University City High School - Dial Yearbook (University City, MO)

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Page Thre 'WE DEDICATE Page Four HE CLASS OF 1950 was privileged to have as an honorary member, Miss Mary Hamilton, Dean of Girls and Assistant Principal at University City High School. Miss Hamilton joined the faculty in 1922 as head of the English department. Two years later she became the first Dean of Girls at University City. During her tenure Miss Hamilton not only sponsored the DIAL and the Pep lpre- decessor of the Tom-Tomb, but also directed the senior play for many years. As Dean and teacher she advised and counseled many students concerning their high school careers and future plans and endeared herself to all, faculty and students alike. To Mary Hamilton, one of the most distinguished and beloved alumnae. we. the editors of 1951, dedicate the twenty-fifth anniversary volume of the DIAL. OUR BOOK TO MISS MARY HAMILTON FREW' P For Z5 years the DIAI. has re- corded not only changing faces and events. but something else besides + an unchanging feeling which belongs, not to any one year, but to the school. lt is our hope that these pages will capture that feeling and pro- vide a mingling of the present and past which will extend into the future. I 'age Six 5 CON E OPENING Administration Faculty PART I-CLASSES Scnior Junior Sophomorc 7 PART Il---ACTIVITIES PART III-ATHLETICS Boys' Sports Girls' Sports ADVERTISEMENTS INDICES .fdcfminifsfrafion DR. JULIUS E. WARREN Superintendent of Schools, University City Dartmouth College, A. B. Columbia University, M. A. Boston University, D. Sc. in Education Northeastern University, LL.D. Page Eight .xdclminidrafion MR. J. E. BAKER Principal Drury College. A. B. University of Chicago, A. M. MR.. W. E. KETTELKAMP Assistant Principal Central Wesleyan, A. B. University of Chicago, A. M. Director of Guidance Page N ine Miss Johnson. Miss Harris. Mrs. lnirrar. Mrs. Gottlieb. F I acu f Dr. Ehrlich. Mr. Kettelkamp. Mr. McKee. Mr. Russell. Miss Barnidge. Miss McComhs. Mr. Hope. Page Ten Miss Bowers. Mr. Crippi. Miss lflint. Mrs. Bodenhafer. Miss VUANIJA Bowisits-Sourhensr Missouri Sraie Tench- crs College. B. S.: University of Missouri. M. A.: Enyl1'shYDruma11t's. MR. CIIARIIS CRIPI'IiXVashington University. A. B.: Euylrish. MISS WIl.IDIN lfl.IN'I'-Drury College. A. B.: University of Missouri. A. M.: English. MRS. llDI'I'II BUDIENIlAl4I.iRiUniversity of Utah. A. B.: University of Kansas. M. A.: English. MRS. MA1ac3ARi5'l' C. IIARRAR-Wesrern College. A. B.- Vklashington University. M. A.: Enyltish. MRS. AUGUSTA GU'l"I'l.Irzl57University of Kansas, A. B: Wr1ihlHgI17l1 University. M A.: English. MISS MARJORIII HARRIS-Xyashington University. A. B.. A. M.: Enyltish. MISS MARGARITI' ll JOIINSON-Vvhshington University A. B.. A. M.: lfrvylfsh. DR. WAIIIIQR EIIRI.ICH-Vvhxshington University, B. S.. M. A.. Ph. D.: Hislory. MR. VJ. KIITTIiI.KAMP-Central Vylesleyan College. A. B.: University of Chicago. A. M.: Ilislory. MR. HOWARD MCKIJIJ-University of Iowa. A.B.. M.A.: History. MR. ROBERT R. RUSSELI.-Missouri State Teachers Col- lege, B. S.: Vvhshingtoii University, M. A.: Hislory. MISS MARTHA BARNIDLEIQ-Washingtcun University. A. B. A. M.: History. MISS HAZIiI. MCCOMBS+University of Missouri, B. S.: M. A.: History. MR. H. HATS HCHIDE-Westmiiister College. A. B.: Yklxsh- ington University. A. M.: History. MISS RUTH W. ROTHSCI-IILD-Vkfashington University. A. B., A. M.: Spanish. MISS HELEN MARY DONNEI.LX'-Washington University. A. B.. A. M.: Latin. MISS MARIE GONZALEZ--VJashington University, A. B.. A. M.: Spanish. MISS BESSIE J. 'sVOI.FNI?R--Milwaukee. Downer College. A. B.: New York University. A. M.: French. MR. R. CLEMENT CRAIG-Northeast Missouri Teachers College. A. B.: Missouri University. M. A.: Chemis- Irif-I'hys:'raI Geography. Nlli. XVALTIER C. STREIfII.MAN4Central Vklesleyan Col- lege, A. B.: Washington University, A. M.: Physics. MISS MARY JANE STEIDIEMANN4Univcrsity of Illinois. B. S.: Vklashinglon University. A, M.: Biology. Nlli. l.IEO MCKINNEEY-Southeast Missouri Slate College. B. S.: Missouri University. A. M.: Chemistry. MR. REX CONYIERS-Vsfarrcnsburg Teachers College. B. S.: University of Missouri. A. M.: Biology. MISS l.EI.IAI5TTA BRUNS-NVashington University. A. B.. A. M.: Malhenvaiics. MISS Briss HOWARD--Randolph-Macon College, A. B.: University of Chicago. A. M.: Maihwmiliis MISS l.UI.U TURNITR-University of Missouri. A. B.. B. S.: Columbia University. A. M.: Malhemalirs. MISS ALICI? AI.BITRICI-Washington University. A. B.. M. A.: Mathematics. Miss Rothschild. Miss Donnelly. Miss Gonmlcs Miss WRlliVHCf. F GCI! f Mr. Craig. Mr. Strehlmnn. Miss Steiclemnnn. Miss Bruns. Miss Alberici. Miss Turner, Miss Hou 1rd Mr. McKinney. Mr. Conyers. Page Eleven Mr. Dennis. Miss Haack. Mr. Shepack. Miss West. C- am i Miss Abbott, Miss Hammond. Miss Briscoe, Mr. Chambers. Page Twelve Miss Stamper. Mr. Reissen. Mr. Harmon. Mr. Lang. Mr. Menges. Miss Douoittn' AuBo'l"1'hUniversity of Nebraska. B. S.. M. A.: CxUf77f?7tf'ClitIl. MISS EDITH HAMMOND-XVashington University. A. B.. A. M.: CjOf77f776'I'fl-LII. MISS LAURA BRISCQE-Vwhshington University, A. B., A. M.: Commezeiul. MR. F. R. CHAMBERS-Cornell College. A. B.: lowa University, A. M.: Cfo-orclinalor. MR. O. H, RIIESSEN-Northwestern University, M. M., B. Mus.: Director of Instrumental Music. MISS MARY KAY S'I'AMPIiR-University of Missouri, A. B.: University of Michigan, A. M.: Dirertor of Vocal llflusif. MR, JAMES 1-IARMON-Southeast Missouri State College. B. S.: State University of Iowa. A. M.: Art. MR. JOHN LANG-University of Dubuque. A. A.: Uni- versity of Iowa, M. A.: Orchestra Leader. MR. EDWARD MENGIES-University of Missouri, B. S.: Arr. MR. HOWARD DFNNIS-Northwest Missouri State Col- lege. B. S.: University of Missouri, A. M.: Industrial Arts. Miss FLORENCE I-IAACK-K. S. A. C. College. B. S.: Home Eforzomirs. MR. ROBERT SHEPACK-Washington University. B. S.: Merhaniral Drawing. MISS MAURINE WEST-William Woods College. A. A.: Missouri University. B. S.: Home Economfrs. MR. T. I.. TIJRBILVII.I.IE--Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, B. S.: University of Colorado. A. M.: Safety Education. MR. l.II,BUI1N M. OCHS-University of Michigan. B. S.: Washingtaun University. M. S.: Health-Physical Edu- cation. MR. CLARIENCIE A. MUIII.-University of lllinois. B. S: Coach-Physical Education. MR. RICHARD GREI2NBI.A'I"I'-Washington University. B S MR. HENRY SCHEMINIER-University of Missouri. B. S: Coach-Physical Education. MISS HELEN MANI.IiH'-Wellesley' College. A. B.: Colum- bia University, M. A.: Supervisor of Physical Edu- cation. MISS VIRGINIA DICUS--Central Missouri Teachers Col- lege. B. S.: Columbia University. M. A.: Physical Education. MISS EUNICE KALEAN-Washington University. A. B.i Dance. Miss I.oU1sr5 ROBISON-University of Iowa. B. S.: University of Michigan. M. A.: Physical Education. MISS VIRGINIA l.IiIi VJATTS-University of Missouri, B. S.: University of New York. A. M.: Physical Education. MISS LILY S. JENKINS-Washington University. A. M.: Librarian. MISS HIELIEN C. l.lSCIllTR--Secretary to the Principal. MRS. G'SIEI.I.-Ohio Stale University, B. S.: Cafeteria Manager. MISS DOl.OlZlfS BROCKNlANN1Offl-I'P R6'yl4S!fUr. Miss Zt2I.1.A IVIURRM'-Carleton College. A. B.: L ilnrarian. Kira. Jenkins. Miss l.ischer. Mrs. G'Selle. Miss Brockmnn Miss Murray. T CLCU f Mr. Turbevillc. Mr. Ochs. Mr. Muhl. Mr. Greenblatt. Mr. Schemmer. Miss Manley. Miss Dicus. Miss Robison. Miss Kagan. Miss Watts, Page Thirl een Part One 1 ,yy 1 . 4 ,X A, 1 f 'I u i J ' CLASSES HEN a small paper-bound DIAL made its appearance twenty-five years ago, four hundred stu- dents were enrolled at University City High School. The DIAL pictured only ninety-eight graduates in the senior class of that year, 1927. Three years later classes moved to the present site of our school at Jackson and Balson. Here the curricula have been advanced to enrich all students in "Letters, Arts, and Sciences." Many classes have come and gone, leaving their marks in the sands of time. In this, our twenty-fifth edition of the DIAL. We honor the classes that have been, and salute those to come. . . U 1 . , , I , .1 , X 4 . , ..' O o t X J ' ' .1 1 , A , . 1 , I ,N ' ' I ,I 1 . X ' 6 I ,. , . Vg l r N ii 'Z , ,V -X N ,5 ' 1 if . A l I s J f K k 9 ,lil JPN ' l Il Y A is f x be 0 If Yrl' mx gl r t Rl jj X J, F V I X, I 63 V j V lv XX X ' i ll Q' 5 X it J' H I 9 K Y 7 JJ , Tl B Q J sw' 4 Ki li ly N u j il il 'X 'X vi ' Qi if V U X 9 ix, X 'oi X xi J Page Fourteen fi xi i N v 43 S SW , V K f W3 Six '35 nf iv, if We if it ig FE at . sd wo- uv 0 S P , 'F 5? K -'Q E 3 hui-ML: Q enior iceifd -EIL' Page Sixteen President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsors . SENIOR OFFICERS . JIM BRECKENRIDGE . . KEN FISHER . DON MATPIES . . . . .KITTY UNDERWOOD . MISS BRUNS, MISS DONNELLY JIM BRECKIENRIDGE KEN FISHER ,,'. DON MATHES KITTY UNDERWOOD 0l'l'll'l'l QILCQITI ell! QD? l'6ll'l'l Processional ..A. ..,.,. ...A4,.,.A,......,A,, V..A... ,,,,.......... S E N I OR HIGH SCHOOL BAND Robert Dennis, Class of 1951, Conductor Invocation .. .. . , .V... .... ,...,.....,A,...........,....,.A......., D R . WILLIAM B. LAMPE XVest Presbyterian Church Address of Welcome I,,....,..,,...,,,.,....I. .. ., ,,,,...... ,...... . JAMES BRECKENRIDGE Introduction of the Program ..4. ......I ..I.,,..4. .... ..... .... D R . J U LIUS E. WARREN Superintendent, University City Schools Instrumental Selection . ..I..,c...,.... .I,,..,...... S ENIOR INSTRUMENTAL ENsEIvII3LIf Mr. John Lang, Director Address ....I ..I...rr, . ......,.,..,......,...,..r. .r.... . A . MORTON KIRSCH Vocal Selection .... ,......,.,..,....,,......,........,.r.I..,. , . .SENIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE Miss Mary Kay Stamper, Director Presentation of the Class to the President of the Board of Education Mr. J. E. Baker, Principal Presentation of Diplomas by the President of the Board of Education Dr. Willis H. Reals The Alma Mater ....I, ..........,,4.,......,,.,....,......... .,I.I ,,........., T I-I I3 CLASS RQCBSSIOIIQI ,.,.I.... ........ . .. ...... ,.,.....,.........., S ENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND Mr. Drval Riessen. Director Page Seventeen eniord l 4 :All R.YBakerQ' 'Y I 7 U Sue Baker Bale Barns M . CAROL RAM. X ANNE ARMSTRONG The light in her eyes equals he 1? t ELIOT NI. ALPORT He's "Red" all there is to know about women. V Bowling Club 3: Dial 4: Riding Club- 4: Chtiijstry Club 3: Pep Club 4: Spokes 3. 4:4 DOROTHY ALTMAYER Goldilocks with the dazzling dimples. Strut iff Fret 4: After School Sports 3. LAWRENCE JAY ALTON His smile has launched a thousand hearts. Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Student Messenger 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Student Tutor 2: Cap- tain of Intramural Softball Champions 4: House of Representatives 4. JOHN WILLIAM AMICK A mathamagician. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 4: Student Tutor 3. JERRY ARKY Douglas Fairbanks has nothing on him! East St. Louis High: Senior Play 4. Page Eighteen Laughter on her lips, a sparkle in her eye, She becomes your friend withher very first "hi!" After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: U. Club 3.4, Sergeant-an Arms: Dial 4. KEN BAKER "Live and let live." SARUTH BAKER Woman at best is a contradiction. Commercial Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. SUE BAKER She's attractive, gay, and active. Taberna Z, 3, 4: Riding Club Z: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Marching Band 4: After School Sports 2. 4: Service Club 3: Serenata 3: Spokes 2, 4. ELEANOR BALE Sometimes serious, sometimes smiling, but always friendly. Honor Pin 3: Math Club 4: Spokes 3. 4. IVIARLEANA BARIS And then we heard the angels sing. G. A. A. 3, 4: Service Club 4: Senior Play 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3: Serenata 2: After School Sports 4. ,eaavC5tl3l7rg1 t4!..! 5 ' N ,,,,,"""f'UL1,2,e5r-42 ' 4, aadwozfl 2 YA MAA!!-Q -4'rfrf- Z""""J t farm 0 ff at BEVERLY BA HOLTZ Dogs are her first love, you guess her second. Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 4: Tom-Tom 4: G. A. A. 4: Service Club 3, 4. DOLORES BARTH She sees the world through rose colored glasses. Individual Sports 2: G. A. A. 3, 4: Tri-Y 2: Pep Club 4: A Cappella 4. LOUIS I. BARTIG Friendships are success. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2: Stamp Club 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 4: Chemistry Club 3. ABBIE BASS It is said, "The best things come in small packages," and here's the proof. Spanish Club 2. 3: Honor Pin 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Dial Staff 4: Tom-Tom 4: Serenata 2: Senior Assembly 4: Basketball 4. ROSALIE BARENFELD Can't help liking her. Soldan High School: Swimming Club 4. PEGGY EILEEN BECK A shorthand sharpshooter. Latin Club 2: Tri-Y 3, 4: Tabema 4: G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Student Tutor 4: Spokes 4: Dial 4. Barnholtz Barth Bartig Becker Bennett Bentrup -3-C6 ' V T........... mfwh Tb know oneself is a lifelong task. We er Groves High School: Chemistry Club 4. f ED BENNET3' The 'kind of person everyone admires. Hi-Y 2: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band , 4: Football 2: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 4-.X JANET CAROLYN BENTRUP If there's something to be done, she'll gladly do it, and do it well. Student Council 4: House of Representatives 3: U. Club 3. 4, Treasurer: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4, Vice-President: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4: Junior-Senior Prom 3. JERRY BERMAN Be merry, you live only once! , CHARMAINE ROBERTA BERNARD Her smile radiates sunbeams. A Cappella 3: County Chorus 3: Operetta 3: Tri-Y 3. Chaplain, 4 President: Pep Club 4: Individual Sports 4. GLORIA BERNSTEIN A good sport, a dependable teammate, and a fine person. Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4: Varsity Softball 2. 3, 4: Indi- vidual Sports 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: U. Club 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 2, 3, 4: French Club 3. 4. Bass Barenfeld Beck Berman Bernard Bernstein Page Nineteen eniord BILL BIEBER Music maketh a man. Honor Pin 3, 4: Dial 3: Bugler Z. 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Current Events 3, 4: Stamp and Coin 2. ART BLACKMAN Men of few words are the best men. Track 2. 3: Football 3, 4: Hi-Y Z. JERRY BLOCK As genuine as a thumb print. Soldan-Blewett High School: Chemistry Club 4. NIARLENE JOYCE BLOCK If you would be loved, love, and be lovable. Spanish Club Z: Pep Club 2, 3: Service Club 2, 4: Serenata 2: Senior Assembly 4: Service Award 4. BOBETTE BLUMOFF Man has his will, but woman has her way. Taberna 2, 4: A Cappella 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: House of Representatives 4: Operetta 3: Serenata 2, 4: Senior Assembly 4. JANET LEE BOLDT Silence is one great art of conversation. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Taberna 4: After School Sports 2, 3. 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Dial Staff Z, 3, 4: Student Tutor 4. Bieber Blackman J. Block B Boxerman L. Boxerman Brandt BURTON A. BOXERMAN We know what we are. but we know not what we may be. Latin Club 2: Current Events Club 2, 4: 3 Secretary: Checker Club 4. LARRY BOXERMAN Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel. Latin Club 2: Current Events Club 2, 4, 3 Secretary: Chess and Checker Club 4. CHARLES NEWPORT BRANDT Can one desire too much of a good thing? Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Tribe 4: Baseball 2, 3: Wrestling 2, 4: Spokes 4. JAMES ALAN BRECKENRIDGE Character gives splendor to youth. Student Council 2, 4: 3 Treasurer: House of Repre- sentatives 2: President of Senior Class 4: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Service Award 3: Honor Pin 2, 3: Basketball 2, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Junior-Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Tribe 3, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms. NIONA BRENNECKE Variety is the spice of life. Marching Band 3, 4: Individual Sports 2: Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4: G. At A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Club. FLORINE BROMBURD Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind. Soldan-Blewett: Pep Club 4: G. A. A. 4: Dial 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4. M. Block Blumoff Boldt Breckenridge Brennecke Bromburd Page Twenty 674144 o i5I Bruton Byrne Canter haskelson Childress Chorlins BENNETT BRUTON A wise man knows everything: a shrewd one, everybody. Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Baseball 2: Honor Pin 2: House of Representatives 2, 4: Tribe 4: Dial Staff 4: Track 2, 3: Student Council 4. WESLEY BYRNE But who am I that I should have the best of everything? Baseball 2: Bowling Club 4: Football 2. CORRINE CANTER Speech is silver, silence is golden. Soldan-Blewett High School: Pep Club 4: Bowling 4. MARILYN CANTOR The worla"s zz theater, the ea'rth's a stage. After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Varsity Volleyball 3: Strut and Fret 2. 3, 4 Secretary: House of Representatives 4: Tom-Tom 3: Senior Play 4: Dial 3, 4: Taberna 2. 3: Honor Pins 3: Senior Assembly 4: Service Awards 3, 4: Leaders' Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4. JOHN CAPEN A sensible and well -bred man. Field and Forest 3, 4: Wrestling 4: Service Club 3: A Cappella 3: Operetta 3. JOHN CHAPIN My best is all that I can do. Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: Honor Pin 3: Service Club 4: Football 2, 3. 4: Track Z, 3: Tennis Team 3. 4: Tribe 4: Pep Club 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3: Senior Assembly 2, 4: Student Tutor 3, 4. Cantor Capen Chapin Chu M. B. Cohen M. Cohen TED CHASKELSON When people agree with me I always feel that I must be wrong. Soldan-Blewett High School: Chess and Checker Club 3, 4. WARREN CHILDRESS I'm contented with life just as it is. Football 2, 3: Wrestling 2, 3. SUSAN LORRAINE CHORLINS Humor is the harmony of the heart. A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: House of Repre- sentatives 3. 4: Serenata 2: Operetta 3: Taberna 4: Senior Assembly 4. PEGGY RUTH CHU Mind cannot follow it, nor words express her infinite sweetness. G. A. A. 2, 4: Spanish Club 4: Dial Staff 3: Pep Club 4: Swimming Club 4. MYRA BEVERLY COHEN Why study? The more you learn, the more you forget. French Club 3. 4: Swimming Club 4: Future Teachers of America 4, Secretary-Treasurer: G, A. A. 4. MARVIN GERALD COHEN His charms that won us are many. House of Representatives 2, Parliamentarian 3, 4: Chair- man of Publicity Committee 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3: Serenata 2, 4: Operetta 3. Page Twenty-one ' I x eniorri V in ife'f"fwf"' ,WMS My it Wi Cole Cooper Crowder Denu Dewy Dobinsky RODNEY COLE And hears thy stormy music in the drum. Marching Band 2. 3: Concert Band 2: Hi-Y 2, 4. KATHERINE ANN COOPER A sincere and likeable girl. Math Club 3, 4 Secretary: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 2, 4, 3 Treasurer: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 2. JOHN LEROY CROWDER Joking decides great things. Field and Forest 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4. NAOIVII DAGEN "--but I don't understand." Spanish Club 2, 3 Treasurer. 4 Vice-President: Strut and Fret 2, 3 Secretary: Current Events 3, 4: Pen in Hand 4, 3 President: Taberna 2, 3: G. A. A. 4: Tennis Club 2: Dial Staff 4: Honor Pin 3: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2. IVIARGIE DANNEVIK Gentlemen DO prefer blondes! A Cappella 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. ROBERT ARTHUR DENNIS Our candidate for Carnegie Hall. Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Honor Pin 4. Page Twenty-two Dagen Dannevik Dennis Dodge Dreyfus Dugger IVIEL DENU Something will turn up. Male High, Louisville, Ky.: Football 2, 3, 4: Track Z, 3, 4: Wr'estling 4: Tribe 4. ELIZABETH DEWEY Quiet and pleasing. New Trier High School: Tri-Y 4 Vice-President: Pep Club 4: Spokes 4: Chemistry Club 4: Individual Sports 4. CHARLENE DOBINSKY A smile makes hard work easier. McKinley High School: Taberna 3: Pen in Hand 4: G. A. A. 3: Chess and Checkers 4: Senior Assembly 4: Volleyball 4. MARY LAVINA DODGE She gets our vote for Miss Pan-America. Spokes 4: Senior Assembly 4: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 4, 2 Chaplain, 3 Vice-President: G. A. A. 2: Pep Club 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Senior Play 2: Serenata 2. IVIARLENE SALLY DREYFUS Sincerity and good humor we'Il never forget. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Senior Play 4: Strut and Fret 4: Spanish Club 2: Taberna 3: U. Club 2, 3 Treasurer: Dial 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Leaders Club 3. NANCY JEANNE DUGGER Why waste my time at school, I have better things to do. G. A. A. 2: Tri-Y 2: Serenata Z. MARION DUST A hard worker and a likeable girl. G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Individual Sports 2, 3: After School Sports Z, 3: Junior Achievement 4 Secretary: Pep Club 4. CAROL EATON May she always find life smooth skating. RUTH FRANCES EINIG Sincerity in her eyes. RosatiaKain: Mercy High School. JOANN ELLIS A little girl with lots of skill, Marching Band 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4. ALLAN ERBLICH Wake up!-ir's morning! Baseball 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3. 4. ELISE EYRES Slender, tender, and tall. Oak Park High School: A Cappella 4: Tri-Y 4: Pep Club 4: Taberna 4. Dust Eaton Einig Fagin Falkenhainer Felberbaum Cyan o 157 SANFORD WILLIAM FAGIN 'Tis a great plague to be a handsome man! Cross Country 2, 3: Track 2. 3: Band 2, 3: A Cappella 4: Field and Forest 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Camera Club 2, 3: Philology Workshop 3: Art Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY SUE FALKENHAINER "She's Nancy with the laughing face." Taberna 2, 3: A Cappella 2. 3. 4: Varsity Hockey 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Operetta 3: Serenata 2. LEW A. FELBERBAUM What would we do without you, Lew? Bowling Club 3, 4: Intramural Sports 4. SAMYRA FELDMAN "The eyes have it." Commercial Club 3: Intramural Sports 4: G. A. A. 4. AARON DAVID FENSTER With women who know best-it's Football Men Z to 1. Baseball 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Football l, 2, 3, 4 Captain: A Cappella 2, 3: Tribe 2, 4, 3 Vice-President. BETTY FERGUSON She's not as quiet as you think. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2: After School Sports 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Dial 4. Ellis Erblich Eyres Feldman Fenster Ferguso I1 Page Twenty -three eniora LEE HOWARD FEUERSTINE A major in our minds! Dixieland Band 4: Camera Club 2: Track 2, 3: Football 2: Band 2, Vice-President 3, 4: Orchestra 4. MARK S. FINEBERG Mark those FINE words of his. Math Club 2, 3. 4 President: Chess and Checker Club 4 Vice-President: Current Events Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: A Cappella 3: Honor Pins 3. TED FISH He's a real gone guy! Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y Z, 3, 4: Football 2, 3: Wrestling 4: Dial Staff 2, 3. 4: Tom-Tom 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. KEN FISHER The whole of heraldry is in chivalry and courtesy. Camera Club 2, 3 Vice-President, 4 Secretary-Treasurer: Field and Forest 2: Math Club 3 Vice-President: Chem- istry Club 3: Badminton 3: Philology Workshop 3, 4: Dial 2, 3, 4 Co-Editor: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Senior Class Vice- President 4: House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Service Award 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 4. NANCY FLEISCHMANN Indiscrimfnate enthusiasm. Spanish Club 2, 3: Pen in Hand 3: Serenata 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3: Swimming Club 3: Senior Assembly 4: Spokes 4: Service Award 4. ALVIN FLIER From the crown of the head to the sole of the foot. Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. Feuerstine Fineberg Fish Frager Fratkin Frye fra ALVIN FRAGER Small package of large assurance. Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Marching Band 2. 3: Concert Band Z, 3: Dial 2. JACQUELINE FRATKIN Her thoughts are wise, her words are few. House of Representatives 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Serenata 2: Dial 4: Operetta 3. JEAN CAROL FRYE A striking girl is she. ELEANOR FUTTERMAN She ran her fingers o'er the ivory keys. Spokes 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2: 3, 4: Dial Stall' 3, 4: Student Tutor 3, 4: Spanish Club 3 Secretary, 4 Vice-President: A Cappella 4: Serenata 2: Commercial Club 3: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Strut and Fret 3: G. A. A. 2, 4: After School Sports 2: Marching Band 2, 3: Pep Club 4. MARLENE J. FUTTERMAN By trying to please, she does! Dial 3, 4: Taberna 3: Basketball 4: Pep Club 4: G. . . 3, 4. AA PHYLLIS GARBER To know her is to like her. Fisher Fleischmann Flier E. Futterman M. Futterman Garber Page Twenty-four assi..-:f,aeg-3, Mfbfwzatg Jam. cutie ,Ava -957 I '5 5600- ev U 9 jfw, 1" i aaa o 5744-.0 German Gimpelson Glick Gordon Gorman Greenberg BARBARA SUE GERMAN Pretty is as pretty dances. Taberna 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Serenata Z, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Senior Assembly 4: After School Sports 2. BERNELE NORMA GIMPELSON A "Mona Lisa" smile. Commercial Club 3: Leaders Club 2: Hockey 2. JERRY GLICK Perseuerence triumphs. House of Representatives 4: Camera Club 2. 3: Field and Forest 3: Spokes 4: Current Events 4. MYRA HELEN GOLLUB Be useful while thou livest. House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3. 4: Service Award 3: Strut and Fret 3 Vice-President, 4 President: Student Tutor 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: Bowling Club 2: Dial 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Leaders Club 3, 4: Serenata 2: Taberna 2, 3. EDWARD GOMES "Full speed ahead." Football Z: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4. SANDRA GOODMAN She has many talents. Spokes 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Swing Choir 3: Serenata 2. 4: Operetta 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: House of Repre- sentatives 3. 4. Gollub Gomes Groth Gubernick Hackler FLORINE GORDON A flower "garden" of virtues. SoldanfBlewett High School: Pep Club 4: Bowling Club 4. PAT GORMAN Still waters run deep. G. A. A. 2: Serenata 2. BARBARA GREENBERG I name no parties. Commercial Club 3 Secretary: Pep Club 2: G. A. A. 2: Tom-Tom 4: Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4. WILLIAM L. GROTH, JR. A nature enthusiast. Field and Forest 2. 3, 4 Chairman: Marching Band 2. 3, 42 Orchestra 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3. 4: Track Manager 4. MARLENE ANN GUBERNICK Sweet and sincere. Taberna 2: Spanish Club 2: Ping Pong 3: Bowling 3: Tennis 2: Serenata 2. JERALDINE HACKLER Her laugh's delightful. Basketball 2: G. A. A. 2: Serenata 2. Page Twenty-five Goodman eniora Hargiss Heidelbaugh eifetz Holtgrewe Humphrey unsicker Wt' A pretty girl is like a melody. Tri-Y 2, 4: A Cappella 2, 3.4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2. 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Operetta 3: Swing Choir 3: Serenata 2: Honor Pin 3: Spokes 2. 3. 4: Service Award 4: Palette and Brush 2: Individual Sports 4. JOHN E. HEIDELBAUGH It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice. Football 2. LOIS HEIFETZ Always in a pickle. Pep Club 2, 3: Bowling Club 3: G. A. A. 2, 3: Taberna 3: Spokes 4: Serenata 2. .IOSEPH HELLER His quiet unpretentious manner made for him an abun- dance of friends. Intramural Sports 2: Track 2: Senior Play 2. JUDY HELLERUD Her beauty captiuates us. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3: Taberna 2. 3, 4: Serenata 2: Operetta 3: House 3: A Cappella 3: G. A. A. 2, 3. BARBARA ANN HEMAN Eat, drink, and be merry-you only live once. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Taberna Z: After School Sports 2. 3: Leaders' Club 4. Page Twenty-six Heller Hellerud Hydar Ince JOAN HOLTGREWE She adds a sparkle to the campus. House of Representatives 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Individual Sports 2: Spokes 4. JOSEPH HUMPHREY, JR. He's our HUMPHREY! Hi-Y 2, 3: Track 2: Junior Achievement 4. BILL HUNSICKER . . . then along came Bill. Baseball 2, 3, 4. DONNA HYDAR Such as she are always needed. G. A. A. 2, 4: Intramural Sports 2: Tri-Y 2. 3: Swimming Club 4: Leaders' Club 4. CORINNE INCE lt's a pleasure to know her. Tri-Y 2, 3, 4 Secretary: G. A. A. 4: A Cappella 3, 4: U. Club 4: F. T. A. 3: Tom-Tom 4: Honor Pin 3: Operetta 3: County Chorus 3. PHYLLIS JACOBS We all know her for her magnetic personality. Spokes 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Cheer Leader 4: Bowling Club 3 Treasurer: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Riding Club 2: Taberna 2, 3: Student Council 4: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: After School Sports 2, 4. Heman Jacobs WM. A. JOHNSON He has his feet firmly planted in the clouds. Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2: A Cappella 2, 3. GORDON JOHNSON Let nature take its course. Junior Achievement 4. RICHARD JOHNSON Heads, I do my homework: tails, I don't, Marching Band 2: Concert Band 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: Football 2. ROBERT JOHNSON Always does his best. Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2: Baseball 2, 3: Track 3, 4: Tribe 4. DAN JOHNSTON Does well always. Marching Band 3, 4: Concert Band 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Bowling Club 4: Hi-Y 2. GENE KABAK Trustworthy and helpful. W Johnson G. Johnson Rich. Johnson Kessler King Kirsch Clara 0 i5I VIRGINIA ANN KESSLER She gets around like a spiral staircase. Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 3, 4: Taberna 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 4: Serenata 2: Spokes 4. TOM KING Great expectations. Senior Play 4: Strut' and Fret 3, 4: Cross Country 2: Track 2. 3: Basketball 3. 4: Honor Pins 2. MORTO'N KIRSCH An individual who, when once known, can never be forgotten. Baseball 2, 3: Dial 2, 3: Chess and Checkers 4: Math Club 2, 4, 3 Vice-President, President: Student Council 4 President: House of Representatives 3 Treasurer: Chem- istry Club 3 President: Harvard Book Award 3: Honor Pin 2. 3, 4: Service Award 3: Senior Play 4: Service Club 2, 3: Student Tutor 2, 3: Science Award 3: Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3: Philology Workshop 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Senior Assembly 4' Valedictorian 4. EUNICE KLAYMAN Brightly does my spirit shine. Leaders Club 2: Riding Club 2, 3, 4: Table Tennis 2: Workshop 3: G. A. A. 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 4. ALLAN KLEARMAN - Where there's a will, there's a way. Honor Pin 3: House of Representatives 3 Treasurer. Lois KORNBLATT An easy carefree attitude has she. Taberna 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Serenata 2: Service Club 3, 4: Service Award 4: Senior Play 4: Strut and Fret 3. 4: Cross Country 2: Track 2, 3: Basketball 3. 4: Honor Pins 2. Robt. Johnson Johnston Kabak Klayman Klearman Kornblatt M bf' if IQ . W fL Page Twenty-seven 'fM..of"'1.,-f . Vin 9 eniord CAROLYN KRANSON Take it easy, you'll live longer. Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3. SALLY KRAUSE Always on the job. Math Club 3, 4: Pen in Hand 3, 4 Vice-President: Pep Club 2: G. A. A. 2: Bowling Club 2: Serenata Z: Senior Assembly 4. -- JOYCE KROPP Thy fair hair my heart enchained. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Teams 4: U. Club 3, 4 Secretary: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. MARALYN KUECI-IENMEISTER Viuacious and versatile. Riding Club 3, 2 Secretary-Treasurer, 4 Chairman: After School Sports 2. 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2 4. SUSAN KURTZ In quietness rind confidence shall be your strength-. Dial 4: Service Club 4: G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 4: After School Sports 2, 4. VALERIE BELLE KYMAN She who needs help, helps herself. VIRGINIA R. LAMB This Lamb bites the lions back. Basketball 2: G. A. A. 2: Taberna 2, 3: Serenata 2. BARBARA CLAIRE LANGE Sweet and lovely. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: G. A, A. 3, 4: Commercial Club 3: Individual Sports 2. CELIA LAPA She has paved her own path of gold. NANCY LAPIN A smile for all. Spanish Club 3: Student Tutor 4. EDWARD LAPUSHIN Everyone knows and hears him. Honor Pin 3. WILBI.lR LARGE He does everything in a BIG w-ay. Hi-Y 2, 3: Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4. Wydown. Kranson Krause Kropp Kuechenmeister Kurtz Kyman Lamb Lange Lapa Lapin Lapushin Large Page Twenty-eight Larkin Levitt Lemler ichtenstein Lite Loewenstein ALWYN LARKIN He has the warmth of true friendliness. Yokohama American High School: Quincy High School: Bowling Club 4: Swimming 4. SID LEVITT To work is to win. Field and Forest 2: Track 4. RICHARD ALAN LEMLER Happy-go-lucky. Hi-Y 2: A Cappella 2, 3: Serenata 2: Operetta 3: Football 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 4: Track 4: Tribe 4. RONALD MARTIN LENDING Wh1'stIes while he works. Spanish Club 2: Chess and Checkers 4: Intramural Sports 2: Individual Sports 4. ANTOINETTE LEONE Her eyes tell all. Commercial Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 2: Archery 2: Service Club 3: G. A. A. 3: Dial 4: A Cap- pella 3: Operetta 3: Intramural Sports 4. JEROME FRED LEVY He who speaks but judges himself. Math Club 3, 4 President: House of Representatives 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 4: Senior Play 2, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Student Tutor 4: Stu- dent Council 4 Treasurer. cf... ., IJ p Lending Leone Levy Long Lurie Mahon VIRGINIA LICHTENSTEIN Blonde bombshell. G. A. A. 3, 4: After School Sports 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. SELMA LEE LITE A heart of gold. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: F. T. A. 3. 4 Presi- dent: Student Tutor 4: Pep Club 2: Dial Staff 2, 3, 4 Business Manager 4: Tom-Tom 3: Senior Assembly 4: Service Club. SANDRA LOEWENSTEIN She came, she saw, she conquered. Soldan-Blewett: A Cappella 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 4: Intramural Sports 4. CHARLES LONG He leads, but knows how to follow. Philology Workshop 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 2. 3, 4: Service Award 3: Track Manager 2, 3: Tribe 3, 4: Harvard Book Award 3: Marching Band 2. 3: Student Council 3, 4: Chairman. House of Representatives 4: Wrestling 2.3: Cheerleader 4. VIVIAN LURIE She lives for the present, not the past. Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Honor Pin 3: G. A. A. 2, 4: Serenata 2: Student Tutor 3: Spanish Club 3. JOHN MAHON Tall, dark, and handsome. Football 3. 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 3. 4: Double Quartet Z. 3, 4: Tribe 4: Tennis 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: House of Representatives. Page Twenty-nine eniord Marion Markowitz Martin Metz James Miller Joan Miller MARVIN MERLE MARION He gets what he sets out for. Football 2. 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4. MARTIN M. MARKOWITZ A smile is his umbrella. Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Chess and Checkers 4. ROY W. MARTIN He finds it easy to be gay. Junior Achievement 4. DONALD E. MATHES A leader in all he undertakes, and he undertakes all. House of Representatives 2: Student Council 3 Treasurer. 4 Auditorium Committee: Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2: Honor Pin 3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Secretary of Senior Class 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4. BETTY JANE MAURER Nothing ever gets me down. After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Service Club 4: U. Club 3: Sergeant-ab Arms 4: G. A. A. 4: Dial Staff 4. Jo ANN MCCREADY Fun to be with. G. A. A. 2, 4: Tri-Y 2: Intramural Sports 2: Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Softball 2: Swimming Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 4. Page Thirty Mathes Maurer McCready Millman Mocker Mogerman JOAN METZ Beauty and brains in her have met And leave us one we w'on't forget. Hockey 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: House of Representatives 3. 4: Softball 2, 3: Math Club 3: Dial 3: Volleyball 2, 3. JAMES S. MILLER A "picture" of thoughts. Camera Club 3, 4 Vice-President: Baseball 2: Math Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 4, 3 Vice-President: Honor Pin 3: Tom- Tom 2, 3. 4: Operetta 3: Senior Play 3, 4: Philology Workshop 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Dial 4: Wrestling 4: Serenata 4: Service Award 4. JOAN PAULA MILLER Resolve, work, succeed. Spanish Club 2, 3: Taberna 2, 3. 4 President: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Service Club 4: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Spokes 4. HANNAH MILLMAN "Better late than never . . ." Commercial Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. BERT MOCKER I wear the chain' I forged in life. Track 2, 4: I-Ii-Y 3: Chemistry Club 3: Junior Achieve- ment 3. DONALD M. MOGERMAN His smile and his trumpet are his two best friends. House of Representatives 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 4. SHARRON DORIS MOLOS True as the Dial is to the sun. A Cappella Z. 3, 4: Serenata 2, 4: Operetta 3: Bowling 2: Spanish Club 2. PATRICIA ANN MOORE "Oh, Patricia, my darling, Patricia." Pep Club 2, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Tri-Y 3. 4 Treasurer: Junior Achievement 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4. RAY MORGANSTERN Reason and judgment are the qualities of a leader. Student Tutor 3, 4 Chairman: House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4: Pep Club 4: Service Award 4: Service Club 4. HAROLD L. MORRISON He's graduated to four wheels now. Track 2: Wrestling Z. LYLE S. NELSON He who laughs. lasts. PAUL NELSON A fellow who is full of fun, Paul is liked by eueryone. Hi-Y 2: Baseball 3: Football 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2: Intramural Basketball 2. Molos Moore Morganstern Newman Nibeck Nichols 6156 0 i5I LESTER JOSEPH NEWMAN Better living, through biology! Field and Forest 2, 3 President, 4. RICHARD NIBECK His ability is to his advantage. ' Marching Band 2, 3. 4: Field and Forest 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. JERRY NICHOLS Live and let live. Junior Achievement 4: Wrestling 3, 4: Camera Club 2. LUCY NICOLL Those endearing young charms. Pattonville: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 U. Club 3. 4. NANCY A. NORVELL Naturally Nance. Tri-Y 2: G. A. A. 2. 4: A Cappella School Sports 2, 4: Service Club 3. PAUL A. OBERBECK :G. A. A. 3,4: 2: Dial 3: After Beaumonfs loss is our gain. Beaumont: Football 4: Wrestling 4: S Baseball 4: Track 4. Morrison L. Nelson Nicoll Norvell enior Assembly 4: P. Nelson Oberbeck Page Thirty-one eniora AARON OBERMAN A man of the world. Swimming Team 3, 4. SHIRLEY OLEVITCI-I The will is the thing. Flora, Illinois: Pep Club 4.' IVIOLLY OsTRow She has more than a smile, it's a sonata in three move- ments. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Individual Sports 3. HERBERT I.. OZERSKY Sharp wits, like knives, do often cut their owner's fingers. Football 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 4: Track 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Tribe 4: Spokes. JACK W. PALAN Handsome is as handsome does. A Cappella Z, 3: Wrestling 3: Basketball 3: Bowling Club 3. SEYMOUR PALANS "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Soldan-Blewett. Oberman Olevitch Ostrow Sanford Palans Parnas Payne SANFORD MURRAY PALANS His virtues are many, his faults are few. Football 2: Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. SPENCER PARNAS The chief action for a man of spirit is never to be out of actzon. Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 3, 4: Honor Pin 3. PAT PAYNE Work? Why, I could lie down right beside it and go to sleep! Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2: Tribe 3, 4: Baseball 2: Track 2. 3: Tom-Tom 4, Co-Editor: Student Council 4. NORMAN SANFORD PEARL I wasla Boy Scout until I was 14, then I became a girl scout. Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4. EDDIE PEPPER An honest man is the noblest work of God. Football 2: Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 2. MONA PERKINS Looks on life with a calm gaze. Eminence, Mo.: Tri-Y 3 Sergeant-at-Arms, 4 Chaplain. Ozersky Palan Pearl Pepper Page Thirty'tuJo Seymour Palai Perkins . . --,tp Y -1,4 A - 5i'3F0' ' ' 'L "ff , X' 1? Vw Kiwi' X' dd Cfa.a Peterson Petrofsky Pettibone Pittman Plattner Polinsky ADA G. PETERSON Happy is she who has the gift of making friends. Operetta 3: Pep Club 4: Tri-Y 2, 3 Chaplain: After School Sports 2. 3, 4: Taberna 4: Dial 4: G. A, A. 2, 3, 4.x DAVID PETROFSKY Came as a stranger, left as a friend. Soldan-Blewett. SARAH ANN PETTIBONE The laugh that wins all. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Dial 3. 4: Commercial Club 3: Service Club 3, 4: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4. LOUANN PHELPS We can't help liking her. for there's none quite like her. G. A. A. 2, 4, 3 Vice-President: U. Club 3, 4 President: Pep Club 2, 3: After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2: Bowling Club Z, 3, 4: Dial 3: Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3, 4. .. ELBERT E. PICKER Small in inches, but every inch a man. Track 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4. MARGARET ANN PILLOW She would stop Father Time to ask him a question. Tri-Y 2, 4, 3 President: Strut and Fret 2, 3 Treasurer: Serenata 2, 4: Operetta 3: Dial 3 Assistant Circulation Manager, 4 Circulation Manager: Pep Club 2: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Swing Choir 3: Spokes 3, 4: Honor Pin 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Service Award 3. Phelps Picker Pillow Polunsky Poticha Potier i FAY PITTMAN A happy nature is an asset for life. Taberna 2, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 4: Serenata 2. . RI-IODA CLAUDIA PLATTNER A really charming young lady. Soldan-Blewett. NORMAN POLINSKY He gives off quiet comfort, like the warmth of a hot stoue. Baseball 2, 3 :'Intramural Sports 2, 4. HAROLD POLUNSKY They go wild, simply wild over me. Soldan-Blewett. SHIRLEY RUTH POTICHA Personality is to her what perfume is to a flower. Soldan-Blewett: A Cappella 4: House of Representatives 4: Senior Assembly 4. MARIE POTIER Because at girl doesn't talk much doesn't mean she has nothing to say. G, A. A. 2: Intramural Sports 2: Varsity Basketball 2-' Page Thirty-three eniorfi M. Racen P. Racen Rader Reife Renot Rich MARY FAITH RACEN All that glitters is not gold-but she is! G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Vice-President: Strut and Fret 2, 3 Parliamentarian: Honor Pin 2, 3: Philology Workshop 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 4: Dial 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4. PAUL FRANZ RACEN Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Football 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 3 Secretary- Treasurer: Tom-Tom 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 President: German Club 3: A Cappella 2, 3: Table Tennis 3. HORTE RADER Generally speaking, she is generally speaking. Math Club 2, 4, 3 Secretary: Pen in Hand 3: Pep Club 2. 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 4: Honor Pin 3: Dial 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Spokes 3, 4. ALAN RAPPERPORT With malice toward none: with friendship for all. Honor Pin 2, 3: Math Club 4: Philology Workshop 2: Pen in Hand 2: Student Council 4 Aud. Chairman: Student Tutor 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Dial 4. NORMAN LEE RAVEN The movie magnate. MARVIN WAYNE REDEKER Upright as an exclamation point. Pen in Hand 2: Cross-Country 4: Baseball 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 4: House of Repre- sentative 4 Treas., Vice-Chairman: Student Tutor 3. Page Thirty-four Rapperport Raven Redeker Richardson Rickensohl Rigg IRENE REIFE If she cannot see the bright side of things, she polishes the dull one. Soldan-Blewett: A Cappella 4: Current Events Club 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 4. CHARLOTTE V. RENOT The only way to be happy is to make others so. Basketball 2: Hockey 2: G. A. A. 2: Operetta 3: A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3: Serenata 2. HERSHEL RICH He has wealth in many ways. Baseball 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. LOIS HELEN RICHARDSON Perpetual emotion. Tri-Y 2: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Tabema 3. 4: Strut and Fret 3, 4: Service Award 3: G. A. A. 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2. ELEANOR RICKENSOHL A true friend is forever a friend. Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 4: Individual Sports 3. BETTY LEE RIGG Loads of fun to those who know her. Tri-Y 2, 3: U. Club 4: Pep Club 4: After School Sports 3, 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: G. A. A. PEGGY ROBINER "Say something nice." Serenata 3: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club Z, 3: Service Award 4: House of Representatives 4: G. A. A. 2: Dial 3, 4: Taberna 3: Spokes 4: Individual Sports 3. RITA BEVERELY ROSE "Let's dance!" Service Club 2, 3, 4: Taberna 2. 3, 4: G. A. A: 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Serenata 2, 4: Senior Assem- bly 4: Operetta 3: Service Club 4. IRWIN B. ROSEN To higher paths I paue the way. Wrestling 2, 4: Bowling Club 3: Tom-Tom 4. JACK B. ROSEN Haircuts are expensive. Camera Club 2. 3: Wrestling 3: 4: Field and Forest 2, 4, 3 Vice-President: Chemistry Club 3: Math Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Honor Pin Z: Student Tutor 3. JOHN Ross What happened to that fine car? Hi-Y 2: Cross-Country 2: Wrestling 3. LEO J. ROTH, JR. "The daring young man on the sliding trombone!" Football 2: Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Dixieland Band 3, 4: Wrestling 3. 4, Robiner Rose I. Rosen Rotman Roufa Rowe aaa o i5l SYBIL ROTMAN We're glad she came. McKinley. ESTELLE RUTH ROUFA She's a lovely woman. Spanish Club 2. 3. 4 President, Treasurer: Commercial Club 3: Pep Club 2, 4: G. A. A. 4: Honor Pin 3: Serenata 2: Senior Assembly 4: Dial 4: After School Sports 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Assembly 4. JERRY ROWE Let's have a House discussion on percussion. Football 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: House of Representatives 4 Chairman: Bowling Club 4: March- ing Band 2, 3: Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, Vice-President: Tribe 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Student Tutor 4: Dial Staff 4: Senior Assembly 4: Student Council 4, Vice-President. NORMAN RUDIN The true poem is in the poet's mind. Football 2, 3: Track 2. 3: Archery 4. NORMAN NATHAN SACKS Let him do what best delights him. Field and Forest 2, 3, 4: Excelsior 2. 3 President, 4: Dial 4: Spokes 4: Junior Achievement 4. JAY SALTZMAN Theres nothing that bothers me. Baseball 3. J. Rosen Ross Roth Rudin Sacks Saltzman Page Thirty-tive eniorri CYRIL SALVO Gorgeous George would meet his match in Cyril. Wrestling 2, 3. 4. MARJORIE FAY SALZBERG I d eal s-S er vice-C harac ter. Service Awards 4: G A. A. 2, 3, 4 Secretary: Tom-Tom 3 Co-Editor: Dial 2 Business Staff, 3 Assistant Business Manager,4 Co-Editor: Current Events Club 2, 3 Secretary: Philology Workshop 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 4: Individual Sports 2: Service Club 3, 4: Senior Nominating Com- mittee 4: Student Council 4: Senior Assembly 4: Junior Town Meeting Broadcast 3: House of Representatives 3. RONALD SHERWIN SANDLER The world revolves around laughter. Football 2: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4. BARBARA RUTH SANDWEISS Her words show wit and her personality shows charm. A Cappella 2, 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Strut and Fret 2: Spanish Club 2: Serenata 2, 4: Operetta 3: Senior Play 4: Swing Choir 3: Tom-Tom 4. FRALA SCI-IACHTER "Schala's a great girl." Chess and Checkers 4: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 4: Student Council 4: Commercial Club 3: Serenata 2: Honor Pin 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Service Club 4: Senior Assembly 4: Dial 4: Spokes 4: Leader's Award. ETHEL PAULINE SCHECTER Sweet, lively, and lovely. Spanish Club Z, 3, President 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 3, 4: Student Council, Secretary, Citizenship Chairman 4: Honor Pin 3: Senior Play 4: Chess and Checkers 4: Serenata 2: Dial 4: After School Sports 2. 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly 4: Service Awards 3: Spokes 2, 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4. Salvo Salzberg Sandler B Schneider T. Schneider Schramm BYRON JAY SCHNEIDER "To thine own self be true." House of Representatives 2: Student Council 3, Chairman Publicity Committee 4, President 4: Operetta 3: Chess and Checkers, President 4: Junior-Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Serenata 2: Senior Nominat- ing Committee 4: Current Events Club 2, 3, 4. THELMA ANN SCHNEIDER Her spirits are always going up the stairs, two steps at a time. Soldan-Blewett l, 2, 3: A Cappella. PAUL SCHRAMM "Music, Maestro, Please." House of Representatives 4: Baseball 2. 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2: Concert Orchestra 2, 3, Concertmaster 4. ROBERT I. SCISSORS A man not to be swayed by fortune's whim. Wrestling 2, 3: Track 2: Swimming 4: Pep Club 2, 3. RIC SEARS Slow but sure. DEBORAH SEGAL . . . but she thinks differently . . . Senior Play 2: G. A. A. 4: Current Events Club 2: Dial 4: Pep Club 4: Swimming Club 3: Taberna 4: Indi- vidual Sports 3: Pen in Hand 3: Los Amigos, Sergeant- at-Arms 4: Student Tutor 3: Honor Pin 2, 3: Service Club 3: Senior Assembly 4: Tom-Tom 3: Strut and Fret 3: F. T. A. Secretary-Treasurer 4. Sandweiss Schachter Schecter Scissors Sears Segal Page Thirty-six 6565 o '57 C. Shanfeld M. Shanfeld Sher Silber Simms Sincoff CLiFFoRD ALLAN SHANFELD CIif7's a regular fellow! Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3: Football 2: Tom-Tom 4 Assistant Editor: House of Representatives 3, 4. IVIARLENE SHANFELD Pleasant thoughts of her will be left behind. A Cappella 2: Bowling Club 3: Baseball 3. MARILYN SHER Charm hath this girl. Soldan-Blewett. DO-N SIEBERT A worthy gentleman and wondrous aifable. Cross-Country 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Track 2, 3. 4: Junior Achievement 3. 4: Wrestling 4: Basketball 2. PAYE ELLEN SIEGFRIED Sweet, sincere, and simply swell. Soldan-Blcwett: Bowling Club 3: Swimming Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: Pep Club 4. ALBERTA SI-IAWVER She's a real peach! Siebert Siegfried Shawver Siwak Slimon Smith RONALD JEROME SILBER My only books were women's looks. Football 2, 3. 4: Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3. 4: Tribe 4: A Cappella 2, 3: House of Representatives 4. GAIL EUNICE SIMMS Gail-y through even the hardest tasks. Tri-Y 3, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms: After School Sports 2, 4: Strut and Fret 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3: Swing Choir 3: Operetta 3: Dial 4: Spokes 4. JEROME J.SINCOFF No worry, no hurry: just life as it comes. ALVIN L. SIWAK AlUin's always handy to have around. Football 2. RICHARD JEROME SLIMON An artist is he, though he secs not as we. Track 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Junior Achievement 3: Honor Pin 4. RICHARD SMITH Not a common one is Dick. Football 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2: Cross-Country 3, 4 Capt.: Swimming 2, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3: A Cappella 2. 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3. 4: Operetta 3. Page Thirty-seven eniord Soffer J. Sokolik S. Sokolik Stebelman Stern Stewart EDWARD LAWRENCE SOFFER Here men sit and hear each other groan. Baseball 2, 3, 4: Tribe 3. 4: House of Representatives 4. JOYCE DORIS SOKOLIK Speak the speech, I pray thee. Taberna 2, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: G. A. A. 3: Bowling Club 3: Service Club 4. SHIRLEY SOKOLIK A good sport. Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 4: Strut and Fret 4 Treasurer: Senior Play 4: Pen in Hand 3: After School Sports 3: Individual Sports 4: Dial 4. GORDON SPEER The reward for a thing well done is to have it done. Honor Pin 3: Stamp and Coin 3: Chemistry Club 3: Orchestra 3: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 4 Pres., 3 Sergeant-at-Arms: Pep Club 4: Math Club 3. ARNOLD RAYMOND SPIRTAS Wz'th this kind of spirit he shall succeed. Football 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2: Tribe 2. 3 BENITA SPRITZ But I have learned a thing or two. Soldan-Blewett: Pep Club 4: Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4 Page Thirty-eighr Speer Spirtas Spritz Sullivan Tayloe Taylor BETTY HELEN STEBELMAN She speaks for herself. Soldan-Blewett: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Volleyball 2. IVIURIEL KAY STERN Sweet, quiet, self-composed. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Taberna 2, 3: Service Club 4: Operetta 3: Serenata 2: Spokes 4: Riding Club 4. WILLIAM STEWART Facts and figures-especially figures! Track Z. 3, 4: Cross-Country 3, 4: Math Club 3, 4: Bowling Club 4: House of Representatives Treasurer 4: Student Tutor 4: Tribe 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Z. 3 Secretary. JAMES CLEMENT SULLIVAN As girls go--he went. DeAndreis: Baseball 3: Senior Play 4: Strut and Fret 4. JACK LEE TAYLOE A Jack-of-all-trades. Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 3, 4: Stamp Club 2, 3, 4 President: Hi-Y 2. JACK TAYLOR That mischievous look. JOHN TAYLOR A fine specimen of manhood, Wrestling 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Operetta 4. SANDRA TEPER High in our esteem. Maplewood: Softball 3: Dial Staff 4: Current Events Club 4. JOAN LEE Tl-IALLER Sincerity in every endeavor. Soldan-Blewett: G. A. A. 4: Basketball 4. MARVIN W.TRlGG He's quick on the "Trigger" . Doniphan, Mo. NANCY TSCHUDY Pretty as a picture, blooming as a rose. G. A. A. 4, 3 Secretary: U. Club 3 Secretary, 4 Vice- President: Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4: Varsity Teams 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2: Bowling Club Z, 3 President: Pep Club 2, 4: House of Representatives 2: Dial Staff 3. ALAN JAY TURKEN lt's a shame that school includes studies. Soldan-Blewett: House of Representatives 3: Swimming 3: Baseball 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Pep Club 4. Taylor Teper Thaller T7inberg Underwood B. VanBerg .. AH, rw , ll Cla.. 0 151 BURT TZINBERG Gorte but not forgotten. Track 2. 3: Tribe 3, 4: Service Club 4. KITTY UNDERWOOD Leaves no stone unturned. Student Council 4: House of Representatives 3: Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3: G. A.eA. 2, 3, 4 President: Pep Club 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3. 4: Tom-Tom 3: Tabema 2, 3: Dial 3, 4: Treasurer of Senior Class 4. BEVERLEE J. VANBERG A friend to many friends. After School Sports 2. 3. 4: Swimming 3. 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: GJUA. A. 2, 3: Tri-Y 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 3, 4. VALARIE VANBERG Modesty keeps her behind ,the scenes. After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 2, 3, 4 Vice-President: French Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. ' ' ILENE JOY VESPER Personality plus loyalty are companions to intelligence. Spanish Club 2, 3 Treasurer: Torn-Tom Staff 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Dial Staff 4: Service Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Spokes 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: G. A. A. 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. MARCELYN WALDMAN Subtle as an avalanche. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Strut and Fret 3, 4: Bowling Club 3, 4: Swimming Club 4: Tabema 2: Serenata 2: Riding Club 4: Senior Play 4. Trigg Tschudy Turken V. VanBerg Vesper Waldman Page Thirty-nine eniorri JIM WATERS Worry kills men. Why die? Track 2: Cross-Country 2: Hi-Y 2: Wrestling 3: Tribe 2, 3, 4. BURTON WEBER Garlic and sapphires in the mud. Current Events Club 2, 4. 3 President: Chemistry Club 3 Secretary: Pen in Hand 2, 3, Vice-President. 4 President: Philology Wor'kshop 3, 4: Math Club 2, 3: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Excelsior 2: Chess and Checkers 4: Junior Town meeting Broadcast 3: Schoenthalers 2: House of Representatives 4. ELIZABETH CAROLYN WEGNER The mysterious authority of beauty. After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 3. 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Riding Club 2: House of Representatives, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4. DOUGLAS WELLS Footloose and fancy. Baseball 3, 4: Football 4. WALTER POWELL WERNER ln many ways Walter ranks high. Basketball 2: Track 4: Swimming 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4. HAROLD WILLIAMS A good line is the shortest distance between two dates. Football Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3. 4. Waters Weber Wegner Wimbcr Winscher Witcher CAROLYN KAY WIMBER Eyelashes that could sweep the cobwebs from any man's heart, U. Club 4: Tri-Y 2, 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Varsity Sports Z, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Tom-Tom Staff, Business Manager 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4. LOUIS WM. WINSCHER A rolling stone gathers no moss, but it does get a lot of polish. Football 2: Track 2. CHARLES WITCHER Says little and works hard. Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Field and Forest 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Excelsior 2. RALPH K. WITHERS Adds much to whatever he does. DAVID OWEN WOHL No man was busier than he, get he seemed busier than he was. Basketball 2: Track 3: Tom-Tom 4 Editor: Student Council 4: Senior Play 4: House of Representatives 2, 3. JANE WOLFF Sunny smiles and winsome wiles. Strut and Fret 4: Taberna 2, 3: Individual Sports Z, 3: Student Tutor 3: Senior Assembly 4: Serenata 2. Wells Werner Williams Withers Wohl Wolff Page Forty W - ..,.,.-. ,...,.,,,.,..-u . - - seem A-vw Cyfaaa o i5l Vfolff Wolz Wuenscher Zweig Baerveldt Radman ILEAN D. WOLFF As reassuring as sun-up. Spanish Club 3. LEO WOLZ We have two ears and only one tongue in order that we may hear more and speak less. Clayton High: Hillsborough High, Tampa, Florida. MARTIN ED. WUENSCHER To believe is to succeed. Football 2. . EUGENE HAROLD WYNER "The Smile." French Club 3: Wrestling 3, 4: Riding Club 4. JANET PAULINE YANOW Her friendship is worth all the stars in the sky. Bowling Club 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Riding Club 4: Student Tutor 4: Pep Club 2. 4: Leaders' Club 4: Intramural Sports 4. DANIEL F. ZOOK A friendly feeling toward all. Art Club 2: Archery 4. Wyner Yanow Zook SANDRA ZWEIG Good nature without disguise. Spanish Club Z. 3: Commercial Club 3 President. Secre- tary: Dial 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Student Council 4: House of Representatives 3, 4 Secretary. JOAN BAERVELDT When she speaks, everybody listens. St. Marks. 1 MARILYN RADMAN M usical Mar1'lyn. SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES STAN BLASS SALVADOR DEL MAR BOB BORRESON ERNEST GOLDSTEIN RONALD BOYD MONTY GALE WAYNE COHEN ARLEEN HARRISON BERNARD CROUPPEN PATTI SPRAGUE GIL BARTH BILL STEHLE I n Memoriam JOSEPH ROTHMAN Page F orty-one union! Top Row: Drury. Sam Dardick, Esrock. Diljrospere. Steve Dardick. Cotlar, Dertke, Ansel. Edson, Cowdery. Second Row: Changa1,Balk. Baumgarten. Escott, Dorman. Deane, R. Anderson. Croghan. Dugger. Amick. Brooks. Third Row: Bernstein, Cox, Aber, Blatt, Betz, T. Anderson. Cristal, Boxer, Eison, Caplan, Clark. Fourth Row: Augustin. Dinsmore, Barnes. Birk, Arthur. Breckenridge, Crain. Bamburger, Eason. Baker. Bierman. Fifth Row: Bloom, Baris. Altman, Dorfman, J. Diamond, Ellman. Barney. Block. Cohen, A. Diamond. Sixth Row: Berger, Emert. Birnbaum, Beckman. Bly, Brady. Brimble. Bender. Bartlett. Top Row: Glinsky. Hollander. Fadem. Howell, Hirsch, Greenberg. Second Row: Greenhut. Grundmann. Fosher. Krick, J. Jones. Fleischmann. Hausfater, Gallant. Kiernan. I.ide. Third Row: Fedeibush. J. Kelly, Hansen. Hunsicker. French. Gebelhardt, Liebig, Klingbeil. T. Kelly. Londe. Feldman. Glassman. Fourth Row: Goodman. Kolker, Ferris. Gillerman, Garden. G. Friedman. Groffstein. C. Golder, Grober. Fink, Fredman. Kodner. Fifth Row: R. Golder. Korschgen. L. Hurwitz, R. Friedman, Goldman. Franklin. Flegel, Koslow. Howard, Kieffer, Harrison. Gast. Sixth Row: Gallup. Fisher, Hammond. Kleg, Goorman. Hardy, Fechner. Fifleld. Hanen, Julyan, Kleiber. Seventh Row: Har- mon, Faupel. Hansman. Gaylor. Glaser, Y. Jones. Joyce. Gerstein. Hampton. Eighth Row: Kramer. Kreisman, Harris. Glazier. Helman. Goldstein. Page Forty-Iwo uniord Top Row: Logel, Meade, Redford. J. Martin, Landsbaum, Plattner, Olschwanger, Lindquist. Mueller, McKee. Second Row: Mathis. Podhouzer. Marine, M. Lichalter, R. Meyer, J. Meyer, D. Rosen. Lapp, Meinecke. McClure. Miener. Third Row: Pogrelis, Rubin, Shaub, Tebeau. Howerton. Mylonas. Rippstein. Wolff, Lockhead. S. Levy. Rosenkranz. Ross. Rudman. Fourth Row: C. Lickhalter. Malpe, Pierce, Leininger, Rosenneld, Parnas, Miller. Mizes. Madden. Mar- gulis. Portney. Lander. Fifth Row: Lieber, H. Hurwitz. McKinney. Owen, M. Meyer, Markisohn. Lippel, Pavelka, Moss. Laue. Molasky. Sixth Row: Redd, Pugh. McManuc, Peters. Lorandos, J. Rosen. Roudman, Price. Pickering. Myers. Seventh Row: Lamson, Librach, Morgaristem. Liss. Roltsch. Rohan, J. McManus, Likes. Eighth Row' Oxenhandler, R. Levy, Lugger, Pattiz, T. Levy. Lemkemeier, Lyon. Top Row: Waxman. R. Wilson. Spurgin, Walker. Summers. Edwards, Sharp, Hamilton. Sher. J. Schneider. Rabuska. Robbins. Schulman, Schneiderman. Second Row: Uteritz. Jerry Zimmerman, John Wilson, Weintraub, Teper, Viag- ner. Smit. Sandler. Wolfson, Via. Weston, Williams, Winius, Sauer. Third Row: Schaefer, Shepley. A. Sacks. Schweich L. Schneider. Sloan.Susman. D. Sacks, M. Schwartz. B. Smith. Scheinkman, Shrader, Shoss. Fourth Row: Zimmer, B Stein. S. Schneider. Scott. Sluggett, Walker. Treat. Rung. Joe Wilson. Stepman. Fifth Row: Shucart. Skatofi, Sosna. Schwartz. Thimmig. Sandler, Ziercher. Scott, M. Smith. Tracy, M. Stein. Sixth Row: Sommerick. Wimber. Tolen- tino. Swier, Sobelman, M. Smith. Sanders. Spielberg. Suffian. Seventh Row: Slimori. Stults. Sower, Jane Zimmerman, Weinberg. Widman. E. Shanfeld. G. Shanfeld. Page Forty-three OIQAOMQOFQJ Top Row: Berns. Craven. Dolgin. Dardick. Abrams. E. Cohen. Chervitz. Bindler. H. Brown. Capobianco. Baum. Second Row: Balk. Appell. Dexheimer. Bartfeld. Breiner. Cuttler. Bluestone. Balfour, Back. Borreson. Third Row: Boldt. Arkush. Arky. Cooper. Cook. Clemons. Epstein. Benatlicn. M. Cytron. Elkins. Fourth Row: Bromburd. Cohn. Berryman. Carr. Davis. W. Becker. G. Brown. Dell. Dohm. Fifth Row: B. Cohen. Campbill. D, Becker. Caplin. J. Dohen. B. Cytron. Barbiere, Coons. Sixth Row: Corwin. Bock, Bernard. Ccnnely. Broyles. Dietrich, Bleiweiss, Top Row: Gralnick. Gravely. Guillicn. J. Goodman. Karfeid. Keller. Kurtz. G. Hoffman. Gerber. R. Gordon. Glaser. Gorman. Hirschrield. C. Goodman. Second Rowi Feingertr. Genhman. Hohmann. Kuhn, Kline. Katz. Parry. Hanson. l.. Hoffman. Huhler. Greenberg. Third Row: Hiken. Heller. Hutkin. lken, K. lfendelman. J. Goldberg. Greenwald. K. Green. Gale. Alvin. Fadem. Fourth Row: Gassinen. H. Goldberg. Fred. Herwitz. Gerstein, Fass. Hippenmeyer. Helbing. Fritz. Hook. Kinberg. Fifth Row: Jordan. George. liishnick. Kelly. Kinzer. B. Green. Hagerman. Karakas. Kornbleit. Kramer. Sixth Row: Hodges. Key. Homer. Gershon. P. Fendelman. liloin. E. Gordon. Hieken. Seventh Row: Goldberg. Audrey Gale. R. Green. Gluskoter. Gott1iebson.Graff. Fishgoll. Page Iforlg-four .STOPAOHQOFQJ Top Row: Nicholl. J. Miller, Reichman, Price. Murray, Levin. Pitts, Pepes, Nichols, Laufer, F. Miller, B. Meyer Majors. Second Row: Ritchie, Naumer. Russell, Mandel, Obtrman. McKinney, Rubin, Rosen. R. Meyer. Portman Pope. l.ippman, Third Row: l,ebens, Nash, Pauk. Mount. Mertens, Plessis, l.onde. Rosenfeld, Rubenstein, Reis. Rich ardson. Poger. Fourth Row: Mosconi, Mortin, Pittmen. Patterson, Novak. Plax. Palmer. Mockbee. Loewenstein J. Roodman. Fifth Raw: Long. l.ingle. Ludwig. l.ewis. Lorberlvaum, Moss, Olivitch, Rosenthal. Roctlman. Rathert Sixth Row: Riechart, Rohan. Oakcy, Lebcwitz. Mariam. Rader. Ramsey. Mill, Seventh Row: Morrison. l.unstedt Muhl. Rothman. Macy. l.asky. Manne. Top Row: Wolff. Shapiro. Steppins, Sandler, Steinhauer. Zimmerman. Temples, Zell, Second Row: Sudgen. Teblue St1dhtwlt.Warrei1, Speroulias, Schrefliler. Weinhaus, Zaltsman. Sass. Third Row: Zucker, Scissors, Shucart. Schuman Sokolilc. Sonnenschein. Stake. Vvlittington, Strauss. Zvibleman,Fourth Row: Schechter. C. Smith. Sherrell. Vogel, Tolen tino. F. Solomon. Sauerbrunn, Sher. Wittniann. Fifth Row: Snell. Vililson, Schubel. Vwleisman, Smith, XVharton, Vvlhalen Vvlatnicha, Steinback. Sheinbein. Sixth Row: Silverman, Stein. Zellinger. Satenstein, N. Solomon. Wielanskyt. Stienhans Page Forty-live Part Two ACTIVITIES S STUDENT activity has increased in the past twenty-five years at the University City High School, the DIAL has added many pages to aid us in recall- ing the moments of days gone by. Twenty-live years ago the House of Representatives had not yet come into being. Only five or six so-called special interest clubs existed at our school. The parties of 1927 have grown in scope and imagination into the proms and dances of 1951. The twenty-fifth DIAL is overflowing with pictures of the U. C. H. S. activities, which have given us "Ideals, Service, and Character." Page Forry-sir lvl 1- o Q ? - av 4511 Q5 EQ ,Y si .Z lk ii 55 Mil N a "' un-W . YF . 4 we A x , ,ggi 5? ' 1 A' 3-K 1: QQ l Q 4, 'Si- ' if If K fkmsJz41,f , . JT A A K:.r gi ik Hg, 'Yi 213171 if K 'ir V V A vi .Xi - F 173 ' S - SH .. ...wmv s ww if , if lf -'S ' x .L ' - ., S , ,SA . 5 k X 5 , u w 5 w 'Rf 6 " 3 5 . 2 5 s rd S Q ..: 032 Q so ' lbw- QQ L' - l, fi ' 21 ,. fr , ? 1 is ' f T ,gt P . vs L s A 3 f . 1 .. X 5 V 2 V, 1 4 3 1 is 1 K . A Morton Kirsch Edson Vvlilfcn Mtinekc Schn 'd R Cgyfuclenf Conn ci FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President ...... MoRToN KIRSCH Vice-President . . . . CHARLES LONG Secretary . . ETHEL SCHECHTER Treasurer . . JIM BRECKPNRIDGP Sponsor ........ Miss ERISCOE The Student Council for the nrst semester worked out several new projects in addition to the customary Council activities. The new de- velopments were a Club Day, where all new students were given a chance to meet with rep- resentatives from every club in the high school: a very important legislative change which cref ated a new method for nominating candidates for president and vice-president of the school: and the posting of Student Council minutes on the House-Council bulletin board. The Council also decided for the first time to award all stu- dents who are eligible for an honor pin a paper scroll award, and also to give service points to the students who work in the Snack Bar. The Council continued the Open Council Meetings, the student service organization, SPOKES, the Hospitality Committee, the lnter- School Talent Assemblies, the Mock Election, and the Christmas Toy Drive. The traditional activities such as the Football Dance, Home- coming, bus pass selling, and the sophomore picnic were also retained. a . . . 2 ei er. apperport. Mathes. Bentrup. Breckenridge June. Morganuttrn. Salzlierg. Schachter. Gollub, Miss Briscoe. Zweig, Winitis. Prreckcnrdge Jim. Long. Schecter. Kirsch. Vesper. Fisher. Olflzie 0 eloreden fn fiueri FIRST SENTESTER OFFICERS Chairman ...... CHARLIQS LONG Vl'L'6-ChC11iI'I77UU . . PETER LIKES Treasurer . XVAYNI2 REDEKER Secretary . . . SANDRA Zwmo Parlmmemrrr-mn . , MARVIN Com2N The House did many things the first semester. It sponsored a very successful paper drive clir maxed by Tacky Day. Some of the proceeds were used to buy a school banner, and the rest of the money was used to fill Christmas stockf Clmlfg UWB ings. The House bought and decorated Christ- mas trees for the school. They collected for the Community Chest and for the TB fund, spon- sored a movie, sold bus passes, and profitably operated the popcorn machine, Schweich. Sthramm. Mogerman. Bruton. Uteritz, Stewart. Cristal. Glick. Silber. Dardick. XVeber. Parna. Arthur. Pogrelis. Poticha. Berryman. VJegner, Changer. Crain, Peters. Schneiderinan. Birnbaum. I.evv. Shoss. Stein. Ross, Blumoflf Mr. Mtliinnev. Ramsey, Schecter. Robiner Gerstein. Cohen. Zweiq. Long. likes. Redelser. Rowe. j l Ng . Page FOFILI-f71'f7L Byron Schneider ,gyfuclenf Counci SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ..... BYRON SCHNEIDER Vice-Presidem . . . JERRY RowE Secretary . SANDRA ZWEIG Treasurer . . JERRY LEVY The Student Council, under the leadership of Byron Schneider, sponsored the Sophomore- Junior Talent Assembly, the Inter-school Tal- ent Assembly, and the High School Day As- sembly. The Council also wrote a student questionnaire on teen-age life, a counter-part of which was sent to parents of the school. Re- sults were given at the April 2 meeting of the Mothers' Club. ln addition to these activities, we organized High School Day elections, spon- sored a paper drive, cooperated with the Camera Club in Hlming some of the activities of the Senior Class, and arranged with the House for the buying and selling of book covers. The Arrowhead was put on with the aid of the Council under the direction of its Social Com- mittee. Defense Stamps and bus passes were sold by the Council this semester. long. Breckenridge Jim, Underwood. Winiiis. McManus, Bruton, Edson. Breckenridge June, Bentrup. Salzberg, Zweig. Meinicke, Fisher. Mathes. Franklin. Rapperport. Miss Briscoe, Kirsch. Levy, Schechter. Morganstern, Cohen. Schneider, Rowe. Page Fifty l Olflfie 0 elarefien fa fiued SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Chairman ....... JERRY Rowia Vice-Chairman . WAYNE REDERER Secretary . . . MAUREEN ARTHUR Treasurer . . . BILL STEWART Parliamentarian ,... DON lVlOC-ERMAN During the second semester the House of Representatives reimbursed the Junior Red Cross Fund, formed a committee to handle the rais- ing of the new school flag, and appointed a committee to organize a Teen Town. With the Council, the House sold bus passes, pur- chased book covers, and helped on the Spring Dance. The House continued to sell popcorn at the track meets and basketball games and after school on Tuesdays. Jerry Rowe liadem. Epstein. Waxinan. Markisohn. Anderson, Schaefer. Margulis. Ulcritz, Suffer. Graber. Schramm, Stake. Goldberg. Mahon. Mr. McKinney. Alton. Cowdrcy. Likes. Rothman. ' . J Rudman, Metz. Tschiudy, 'Wegner', Ramsey, Goldstein, Marcy. Cantor, Shoss. loricha. Zwcig. Widman, Ross, Silber. Mogerman, Rowe. Long. Stewart. Thimmig. Page I'ilifilQl-0770 mia! l 1 Stake. Kleiber, Metz. Crain, Ansell. Cowdery, Clemens, Goldberg, Zweibelman, Berryman, Boldt, Smith, Racen. Epstein. Edson, Sokolik. Gast, Pugh, Sommerick, Armstrong, Ferguson, Pettibone, Underwood. Schechter, Malpe, Naumer. Lange, Barney, Simms, Beck, Segal. Miss Flint, Pillow, Hansman, Tamarkin, Yanow, Hollander. Meyer. Fisher, Salzberg, Schaefer, Lite, Miller. Editors in Chief Ken Fisher Marjorie Salzberg Associate Editor Charles Schaefer Business Managers Selma Lite Jay Meyer Circulation Manager Margaret Ann Pillow Editorial Staff Maureen Arthur Ken Balk Virginia Berryman Nancy Birk Naomi Dagen Myra Gollub Kay Klieber Carol Lemkemeier Joan Metz Mary Racen Horte Rader Peggy Robiner Frala Schacter Gertrude Schaffner Page F ifty-two Ethel Schecter Deborah Segal Ilene Vesper Carolyn Winius Janet Yanow Business Staff Myla Baris Carol Barney Marilyn Cantor Virginia Hansman Norma Hollander Fred Naumer' Frala Schacter Marlene Smith Shirley Sokolik Susan Sommerich Muriel Stern Sports Charles Edson, Chairman Jack Chapin Kitty Underwood, Chairman Myla Baris Photography Jim Miller. Chairman Ted Fish Leo Roth Art Marvin Ansel Bob Eisen Jerry Goldberg Don Stake Typists Peggy Beck Betty Ferguson Sponsor Wilda Flint Circulation Staff Ann Armstrong Abbie Bass Janet Bentrup Gloria Berger Janet Boldt Dick Clemons Bud Cowdery Joan Crain Marlene Dreyfus Mickey Franklin Lynn G-ast Barbara Lange Kathie Malpe Joan Miller Ann Muhl Sarah Pettibone Janet Ross Gail Simms Pamela Tamarkin The Tom-Tom is published by the Journalism class. Oni - 0l'l'l FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Co--Editors Co-Editors Charles Edson Charles Edson David Wohl Pat Payne Associate Editors Clifford Shanfeld Carolyn Winius Business Manager Ilene Vesper Staff Beverly Barnholtz Abbie Bass Sandra Block Joan Diamond Babs Greenberg Corrine Ince Sandra Loewenstein Ronald E. Meyer Sue Moss Irv Rosen Estelle Roufa Barbara Sandweiss Frala Schachiter Faculty Advisor Ruth W. Rothschild Meyer, Payne, Rosen. Associate Editors Bob Uteritz David Wohl Business Manager Carolyn Wimber Photographers Jim Miller Leo Roth Julius Schweich Bemell Stein Barnholtz, Uteritz. Greenberg, Miller, Moss, Diamond, Sandweiss. Roufa. Schachter, Miss Rothschild, Vesper, Loewenstein. Wohl, Winius, Edson. Shanfeld. l Page Fifty-three .S?lfLJQl'lt ju t0l'6 l Boldt, Pillow, Mylonas, Whittington. Steppins, Fadem, M. Cohan, Margulis, Stewart, Lippman. Madden. Sandler, Bamberger, Goldberg. Clemons, Stake, Chapin, Likes. Rowe. Cowdrey, Schwartz, Appel. Van Berg, Lite, Yanow, Carr. Miss Wolfner, Rudman. Beck. Hollander, Winius. Lemkemeir. Dardich, Kramer. Barney, Price. Morganstern, Macey, Ramsey. Gollub. Page Fifty-four Morganstern's Mad Mornings. OFFICERS Sponsor . .... MISS WOLFNER Chairman . . RAY MORGANSTERN This year's Student Tutoring Department has once again demonstrated its vital place in school affairs. This Department, set up to aid those who, for reasons of absence or inability to grasp a subject, are doing poorly, has proven its merit beyond a doubt by its amazing role of success. Tutors and their pupils meet each morning from 8:00 to 8:25 and by co-opera- tion and mutual understanding many of the pupil's problems are satisfactorily cleared up. The praise We give to these tutors is but our thanks for a job Well done. ,4 c..,.,., lfrrsl Soprano St- Baris, Marleana Becker, Diane Danncvik, Margie Hargiss, Betty Howerton. Judy Humphrey. Betty Lockwood. Lois Lorandos. Marlene Muhl. Ann Peters, Marjorie Reif, Irene Sharp, Barbara Shoss, Barbara Simms. Gail Smith, Carol Ann Watnicka, Marie Widman, Marilyn Winius, Carolyn Urban, Elsabea Cond Soprano Arthur. Maureen Barth, Dolores Berryman, Virginia Blumoff, Bobbette Eyres, Elise G lftirsl Alto Se Barnev. Carol Birnbaum Dell. Beverly Dohm, Carol Sue Emert, Betty Fineld, Carolyn Fishnick, Patsy Hamilton, Martha Pillow. Margaret Whalen, Sally Cond Alto Chorlins, Susan Cohen, Judy George. Bessie ...nl rzwew' These fellas hit the hikeynote in tone xi ork Goldman. Anna Lee Sffcffd Tffwf Molos. Sharon Poticha. Shirley Rippstein. Carol Ross. Janet Sandweiss, Barbara Sauerbrun, Lorna First Tenor Falkenhainer, Nancy Cook. Charles Goodman. Sandy Kuhn, Warren Hanen, Ada Mathes, Don Hook. Sheila Mandel, Gerald lnce, Corrine McKinney. Bob Lewis. Anne Portman. Sanford Macy, Dorothy Shucart. Bill Redd, Barbara Stake. Don Renot. Charlotte Thomas, Donald Ba Capabianco. Pete Cytron, Marvin Dardich, Steve Eisen. Ed Friedman, George Hausfater. Norman Mahon, John Russell. Ralston Spurgin. Howard rrilone Baitfeld. Stuart Breiner. Dick Betz. Bud Crowder, Jack Cotlar, Stanley Deane, Bob Fagin, Sanford Goldstein. Ernest Kelly. Jim Oberman, Stanley Rosenfeld. Gene Smith, Dick Zucker. Leslie Buss Clark. Walter Clemons. Richard Chapin, Jack Craven. Larry Epstein. Fred Fisher, Ken Goldberg. Jerry Greenwald, Gerald Laue. Dieter Meyers. Jerry Schneider. Byron Sudholt. Don Taylor. John Wilson. John l Page Fifty zu onor ina Bronze Phyllis Appell Rena Barbieri Beverly Barnes Carol Barney June Breckenridge Ruth Carr Charles Cook William Cowdery Edward Cgstal Robert Dennis Fred Epstein Sam Farry Peter Federbush Phyllis Fendelman Carolyn Fifield Jerry Goldberg Florine Gordon Ruth Green Frances Greenberg Gerald Greenwald Jeraldine Gackler Ada I-lanen Jeanine Garris Nancy Harrison Kathierine Gelbing Jacqueline Jordan William Katz Alice Kramer Dieter Laue Charles Lebens Alan Londe Gabriel Markisohn Page Fifty-six Georgia McManus Marlene Meyer Ronald Meyer Sandra Mizes Ann Muhl Lester Newman Elizabeth Oakey Gwcnda Pickering Stephen Plax Harriet Pogrelis Constance Ramsey Douglas Ritchie Gertrude Schaffner Eleanor Shanfeld Barbara Sharp Sandra Sheinbein Richard Slimon Michael Smit Joan Stein Patsy Tracy Judy Ulbricht Elsabea Urban Eleanor Weinberg Jane Zimmerman Silver Saundra Altman Bill Bieber Lois Goldstein James Kelly Allan Klearman Toby Price Miriam Stein Valerie VanBerg Margaret Wimber Gold Maureen Arthur Marcia Bamberger Myla Baris Charles Edson Mickey Franklin Eleanor Futterman Carolyn Glazler Radine Golder Norma Hollander Dorothy Korschgen Carol Lemkemeier Jerome Levy Rosalie Librach Merlin Lickhalter Pete Likes Andy Lindquist Vivian Lurie Jason McManus Jay Meyer Dolores Pattiz Margaret Pillow Sally Pugh Jack Rosen Joan Rosen Don Sauer Frala Schachter Charles Schaefer Lewis Schneider Malcolm Schwartz Gail Shanfeld Martin Sloan Peggy Sower Ethel Stepman Millard Susman Evangeline Tolentino Fourth Mary Dodge Kenneth Fisher Fifth Myra Gollub Morton Kirsch Charles Long Joan Metz Bill Stewart Burton Weber HARVARD BOOK PRIZF Mari-Ann Rosenfeld Jason McManus Marilyn Rudman Morton Kirsch SERVICE AWARDS efuice ad Nicoll, Salzberg, Birnbaum Stern, Tamarkin. Peterson, Morganstern. Mathes, Maurer, Baris Lamson, Beck, Iioinblatt, VanBerg. Pugh, Zimmerman. Smith. Futtcrman. Kirsch. Likes. Rowe, McKee, Markisohn, Blatt. Gollub, Rose. Rader, Schechter. Fleishman. Malpe. Moss, Mizes, Pettibone, Ellis. I-Iargis, Arm- strong, Robiner. I-Iansman, Via, Blumoff, Schachter. Vesper, Hammond. Cantor, Sokolik. Segal, Baris. Sandweiss Miller, Block, Lichtenstein, Pillow. Dodge. Eason, Miller. The Service Club is not actually a club, for it has no meetings nor ofhcers. Its members are those students who have rendered various ser- vices to the school for which they were awarded points by the Student Council. A student receives recognition for fifteen points. Maurene Arthur Janet Bentrup Marlene Block Marvin Cohen Ken Fisher Charles Edson Kay Hammond Morton Kirsch Lois Kornblatt Jerry Levy Pete Likes Don Mathes Ken Meinecke Jim Miller Ray Morganstern Sarah Pettibone Peggy Robiner Rita Rose Jerry Rowe Marjorie Salzberg Ethel Schechter Gail Shanfeld Kitty Underwood Beverlee VanBerg Ilene Vesper Carlyn Wegner Page Frftu sec en 0l'l cerf KCIILJ QFJOHHQ Flute Virginia Kessler Margaret Long Janet Sillars Phyllis Goldberg Oboe Robert Dennis Bernard Rubenstein Bassoon Bruce Brown Clarinet Wayne Redeker Charles Witcher Charles Lebens Kathy Helbing Larry Reichman Richard Palmer Bob Goldstein Stephen Schneider John Jones Joella Pavelka Paul Jones Allan Zetcher Don Berkemier Ronald Housman Sandra Radman Ellis Boeringer Ronald Dahman Claudette Julyan Alto Clarinet Tom Cox Page Fifty-eight Bass Clarinet Dave Hunsicker Frances Arick Alto Saxophone Gordon Speer Jack Tayloe Bob Banashek Don Bessler Tenor Saxophone Dan Mueller Ray Feldman Baritone Saxophone Dan Johnston C ornet Don Mogerman Bill Bieber Bill Groth Bob McClure George Meade Mike Siegel Barry Robbins Bud Cowdery Gordon Price Steve Plax Gilbert Hanson Baritone Lee Feuerstine Charles Schaefer Larry Craven French Horn Bob Johnson Roy Wilson Howard Hurwitz Barry Hyatt Jim Nash Evangeline Talentino Trombone Ted Fish Leo Roth Richard Dindorf Sam Farry Stanley Amick H. B, London Tuba Ed Bennett Howard McKee Ralph Sonnenschein Andy Lindquist Marian Kleg Tympani Jerry Rowe Percussion Dick Nibeck Leroy Keller' Bob Falkenhainer Ed Zaltzman Dave Olschwanger M arimba Shirley Talentino 0l'lCeI"f 0I"CA85fl"a, 2I'60l'll'le X iolins Paul Schramm. Concertmaster Tom Becker Gertrude Schaffner Jackie Kaplan Alvin Flier Oreon Sandler Larry Barnard Loretta Miller Robert Prager Millard Backerman Spencer Parnas. Principal Dorothy Bartlett Larry Poger Noel Benathen Jane Zimmerman Ann Cooper Carolyn Bleiweiss Patty Broyles Jacqueline Heitman Martin Kodner Shirley Parnas Violas Mary Dodge, Principal Connie Ramsey Elizabeth Treiman Martha Orenstein Ccllos June Lyon. Principal Marinell Guenther Tobi Don Dick Watson Alan Fischlowitz Bass Sondra Hampton Beverly Green Lee Feuerstine Ralph Sonnenschein Piano Eleanor Futterman Flute Virginia Kessler Margaret Long Janet Sillars Phyllis Goldberg Oboe Robert Dennis Bernard Rubenstein Clrrrinets Wayne Redeker Charles Witcher Charles Lebens Bassoon Bruce Brown Bass Clarinet Dave Hunsicker French Horns Bob Johnson Roy Wilson Howard Hurwitz Barry Hyatt Trumpets Don Mogerman Bill Bieber Bill Groth Trombones Leo Roth Ted Fish Sam Farry Tympani Jerry Rowe Percussion Dick Nibcck Marimba Shirley Talentino Page Fifty nme Schneider. Hollander, Glanivr, Cooper Long. urrenf uenfzs !QAi!0!ogg M!orLdAop The Current Events Club is devoted to in- formal discussion of current national, and inter- national problems and policies. During the year 1950-1951 many informative programs were presented. Club meetings are open to all students interested in engaging in the discussion of the day. President . . . CHARLES EDsoN Vice-Presidenz . . JERRY GOLDBERG Secretary . . . LEWIS SCHNEIDER Sergeant-az-Arms . . lVlILLARD SUsMAN Page Sixty The Philology Work Shop is a foreign lan- guage club devoted to the study of vocabulary and linguistics. The German and Latin stu- dents delve into the chief sources of our Eng- lish word-stock, Anglo-Saxon speech and the Cireek and Latin languages: and each group enjoys the interchange of fascinating discoveries in the field of semantics. In fact. the objective of this organization is to arouse so keen an interest in the "romance of Words" that the members of Philology for Fun Qwe thank you, Mr. Baker, for this phraseb are undaunted by such seemingly bewildering combinations of let- ters as Altertumswissenschaftslosigkeit or Ho- mographicheterosimanticphonoglosses. OFFICERS Der Deutsche l,z'terar1'sche Verein-Die Beamlen Der Prdsidem ..,... KEN FISHER Der Vizeprcisident - . . MoRToN KIRSCH Societas CIassz'caIz's-Magis!ratus Praeses ........ JOAN ROSEN Praeses-uicarius . . MARTIN SLOAN CURRENT EVENTS CLUB Epstein. Goldberg. li. Schni r .l. Meyer, NVcber. Rr n Sewer. Fadebrush. Klein. lleibcr. B x r man. Miss Barnidge. n lhnn, R. Meyer, Boxtrm n Lickhaltvr. Kramer, lidson l Schneider. Susmnn. Click. lint bvrg, I7llll-CDl.CDC3lI WORKSHOP R,Meyer,XVebvr, J. Meyer. Rr sell, Goldberg, l5rr-iner. F l Racrn. Mylonas, Franklin, XVJK l.von, Oalwy. Sandler, M1 Donnelly, Salzbcrg. Roodmar Miller, Sloan. Rosen, Jo Fisher. Kirsch, Rosen, .lack THE CAMERA CLUB rnger. Richman. Zucker. Ferry. Clark. Markowitz. Aber. Speer. Mr. Lhambers, l7rice.T.1yloe. Roth. l-Ish. Fisher. Miller. Mock- by. MATHEMATICS flueller. Srcppins. Schwartz. M ll r K l m I J Nl I .ie. V Rapperpurr, Amick. R. Meyer. Dirrlrck. Kirsch Iickhwlrer Sloan. Sander. Cook, Klear- nlflll. ranklin. Rader, Krause. liadern. Schneider. ooper. J. Rosen. Edson. Fine- bvrg, l.r-vv, CLUB ie ers, ..e'e. 6tl'l'lel"6l President . . . LEE ROTH Vice-President . . . JIM MILLER Secretary-Treasurer . . . KEN FISHER The Camera Club members are all active in making pictures in school and community. Many pictures are made for different publica- tions. The annual A'U.C.U." movie is partif ally completed and will probably be shown before the close of school. More colored slides than usual were taken. Wafdema fied The purpose of the Mathematics Club is to study those phases of mathematics for which there is no time in the regular school curriculum and to further an interest in mathematics throughout the student body. The activities ol' the club include the presentation of interesting speakers, field trips, the sponsoring of a school assembly, and an annual party. OFFICERS President JEROME LEW MARK FINEBERG Vice-President MAIQK FINEBERG CHARLES EDSON Secretary CATHERINE ANN COOPER JOAN ROSEN Sponsor. MISS TURNER Page Sixty-one Hunsicker, Kuhn. Kelly. Siebert. Rus- lerry. Amick, Wittington. Hanson. Mueller. Brooks. Speer. Racen. J. F I rmf an Jar Strut and Fret, the dramatic society of Uni- versity City High, takes an active interest in all phases of the theater, The club members not only enjoy presenting plays for the school in assemblies, but also enjoy acting out plays during club meetings. The club also invites speakers to talk on subjects related to the theater. OFFICERS President ...... DOLORES PATTIZ Vice-President . . DOROTHY ALTMAYER Secrerary . . MARILYN CANTOR Treasurer . SHIRLEY SOKOLIK Sponsor . . . Miss BOWERS Solomon. Nash. King. Sullivan. Lieber Friedman. Robbins. man. Sokolik. Pattis. Waldman. ers. Molasky. Radar. Malpe. Schweich. Gallup. Wilson, Gollub Simms. Cohen, Richardson. l e-U The biggest event of the year for the Hi-Y boys was their participation in the second an- nual Model Legislature in Jefferson City, De- cember l5 and 16. The government of the state was taken over by Hi-Y members from all over Missouri. Hi-Y published the Buzz Book and contributed to the World Service. OFFICERS President ...... GORDON SPEER Vice-President ..... HOWARD IVICKEE Secretary-Treasurer . GORDON GRUNDMANN Sponsor . . . . . . MR. MCKEE --A-M -- ...f 1 1 1 sell. Hohmann. Lebens. Naumer. J. Miller. Mr. McKee. McKee. Steak, Nash. Ritchie. Miller. Mockby, Fish. Cole. Page Sixly-Iwo Greenberg. Cantor. Rosenkranz, Bier- Altmayer, Dreyfus. Emert. Miss Bow- Ilpstein. Edson. Dobinsky, Meyer. Weber. Sandler. Stein. Mrs. Gottlieb. Miller, Fosher. Susman. Sower, Krause, McManus. l I el'l'lI'l " Cll'l6! The purpose of the Pen-in-Hand is to pro- mote good writing. At the bi-monthly meet- ings a wide range of material, some written by club members, some brought in from outside, is read: by comparing his writing to this mate- rial, and by listening to the criticism of the other members, the amateur author may gain valuable hints which will enable him to improve his style. Firsz Semester Second Semester Peggy Sower, ., .. . . President .,.,.... ......... B urton Weber Sally Krause . ,.., . .. ..Vice-President ,,.,.,.., Jason McManus Millard Susman ,,... Secretary ,.....,. ..,. ...,, P e ggy Sower Sponsor... ,, Mrs. Gottlieb l"L- The purpose of Tri-Y is to promote good fellowship among its members and to contribute to charitable activities. It sponsors at least one activity a semester, usually a dance. The club is affiliated with the Y.W.C.A. OFFICERS First Semester Sefond Semester Charmaine Bernard .....,,.. President .....,.. .Charmaine Bernard Valerie Van Berg ........ Vice-President .... ........., B etty Dewey Dorothy Bartlett ..., ......, S ecretary ......,..... Rena Mae Barberi Pat Moore .,.. .... ......... T r easurer ................... Barbara Key Mona Perkins ....,............ Chaplain, .........,....... Evelyn Bock Gail Simm... . ..... ,Sergeant-aIfArms., ......... Joan Bernard Sponsor . Miss Wcst l.ipel. Wilson, lfyres. Perkins, Dewey Wills, Julian. Owen. Miller, Pillow. Moss, lnce. Homer Key, Bock. Cooper. VanBerg, Pavellta. Barbieri, Keiffcr Miss XVest, Whalen. Jones, Hargiss nard. Bartlett, Simms. Dodge. Page Sixty-three J. Bernard. Moore, VanBerg. C. Ber- Oberman, McKinney, Clemons, Cole. Pope. Hirschfreld, Garden. Mr. McKinney, Bernstein, Schweich. Aber, L.evin. Scissors, Iiederbush. Lingle. Cantor, Mr. Hope, Eutterman, Kramer. Seigel. Hamilton. Lite, Cohen, Karakas. Sander, Sloan, Lickhalter, Aber, Wolfson, Teper. Mueller. Glazier. Lindquist, Manne. Mr. Craig. Markowitz,Julyan. Meyer, Garden, Altman. Siegfried. Page Sixty-four rofecfionidf UAL The purpose of this club is to help the teach- ers by operating the movie projectors for them. After everyone in the club is acquainted with the projectors. we meet once every two weeks to have fun and see movies of our own, OFFICERS President .... IDIIILIP SCISSORS Vt-CL'-PITS!-t19!7l' . IJIQTER FEDERBUSII Secretary-Treasurer . BURT ABIER Q.. Jlu fu re eaclz QP5 0 .Am erica This school year marks the second one in which our Iiuture Teachers of America has been active in U. C. H. S. Our club is named after Miss Mary Hamilton, our former Assistant Prin- cipal and Dean of Girls. Bi-weekly meetings include talks by different teachers and students on various colleges and the opportunities in teaching as a profession. social affairs, and a school service project which provides in the study hall a reading table on vocations and per- sonality development. This project is maintained with the cooperation of Mr. If. L. Chambers. our vocational coordinator. OFFICERS FIRST SENIESTIQR SECOND SEMESTER President SELMA LITE SELNIA LITE Vice - Presrrlenl IVIARTHA HAMILTON BIEVIQRLY COHEN SecrelaryAT1-eusurer BEVIQRLY COHEN DEBOIQAII SIIGAI, Historian WIlI.I.lANI KATZ JUDY ULBRICIIT Clem idfry The Chemistry Club is an organization of iuniors and seniors sponsored by Mr. Craig. The group devotes its time to delving into fields of chemistry not fully discussed in the classroom. Our activities consist of talks. demonstrations. movies. and trips to various industries in an effort to further' our knowledge of this science. OFFICERS President .... ROBERT GARDNER Vz't'c-Fresiderrl . . , . JAY IVIFYER Secretary-Treasurer SANDRA ALTMANN Sponsor . , . . MR. CRAIG The Pep Club, sponsored by Mr. Menges, had a very active year. lt accomplished its pur- pose-the promotion of school spirit-very effectively. Among the Pep Club's activities was the chartering of buses to two out-of-town football games fat Decatur and Quincy, lll.l, the bonfire before the Thanksgiving game with Hyde Park, and the sale of basketball passes. OFFICERS President ....... lVlYLA BARIS Vice-President . . . MARY RACEN Secretary . . MAURENE ARTHUR Treasurer . . . KAY KLEIBER Sponsor . . . MR. MENoEs 5 'foe 'Q 6, few Cm 57,0 v 4- 6 Q. ,fqcf',Q6"' "" s.. The only time this year the cheerleaders weren't yelling. Page Sixty -five Vogel, Till. Mrs. Bcdenhafcr. Ole vitch, Sher. Millcr. Plessis. Stienhaus. greed ior we .j:'encA Excelsior is a social and altruistic organiza- tion that shuns publicity. Its members are pri- marily interested in juvenile psychology and character-education. OFFICERS President ...... RAOUL PLFSSIS Vice-President . . . LORETTA MILLER Recording Secrerary . BETTYMAE STIENHANS Attendance Secretary ..... DON TILI. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The French Club this year is experimenting with the idea of having the French Club meet- ings on Friday during class. A chairman and a secretary are elected from each group to pre- side at these meetings. For special occasions there are additional meetings held after school. This season will be highlighted by the annual spring dinner and a French exhibit in honor of the two thousandth birthday of Paris. Van Berg. Markisohn. Chaskelsohn. Hakimirm. Klein. Broyles. Homer, M. VN7imber. Bnmberger, Morganstern. Berstein, Lunstedt. B. Cohen. Barney, Hammond, Miss Wolfner. Sommerich. Van Berg. Pattiz. Lane. Morganstcrn, Stein. Page S ixty-six l,evy. Shanneld. Sweir. Hiken, Green wald, Teper, Lippman. Altman, Crain. Korschgen, Block. Liss, Miriam, Tolintino, Fein garts. Shulman. Silverman, Golden berg. Flom. Kcrnbleit. Steinbeck, XX'einberg. Gerstein, Abrams, Radlofl. Bindler, Smith, Feclsner Julian, Fritz. Vendelman. Zollinger Solomon. Stein. lired. Coken, Mathes Miss Gon7ales. Lemkemeier, Chu l,yon. Blieweiss. Gallup, Sheinbein liutterman, Seigel, Roufa. Schecter Schacter. lichtenstien. Shanneld. Hor- wil7. alla! migoa Los Amigos enables its members to learn the social customs of Mexico, South America, and Central America. At Christmas time, an annual Christmas Party is given, but, instead of a Christmas tree, there is a Upifiataw, the Spanish Christmas stocking. During the meetings Mexi- can games are used for entertainment. Through the curricular activities, the language is taught, whereas, through the club, the culture is taught. Ogrf Z?0lfUEI'lg The Boys' Bowling Club was Hrst organized in 1949. It meets one afternoon each week during the fall and winter months. OFFICERS LOS AMIGOS First Semesfer Second Semester Estelle Roufa. ., . .. Presirlunl . ,. ., Ethel Schlechter l,enore Hurwitz , . ..l'i1.C'0-I,I't'SI'l1'k'f7l.. ,. . Naomi Dagen Phyllis Fenclelman., ,. Secrelury. . .. ., Iirala Schacter Gail Shanfeld . , ,, . ,. ..Treusurer ,. , , Estelle Roufa Miriam Stern . . , Sergeanl-ul-Arn7.s . Debra Segal Stewart. Rowe. lferris, Speer, Nelson Larkin. Rubin, I.ogel, Mr. Shepaclx. Johnston Aber, lfelderbaum, Lickhaller. Meiner Page Sfxly-seven It looks like a red-bellied pencil-snaIcher.' Kurtz. Kuhn, Miller, Hoffman. Vl. C 7 .CLQZKJ all .CLl"Q6l The major goal of this club has been to develop and maintain recreational interests in the out-of-doors, chiefly by means of field trips. Indoor activities, in addition to films, are centered around special project work. The club nature project again placed first in the Science Fair special division. Members' individual pro- jects placed first, second, and third in Conserva- tion and Biology. The chairman's project on bird-banding was then selected as one of twelve to represent United States high schools, and is still on tour of South A sponsored by UNESCO. merican schools The club was awarded the Audubon So- cietv's silver cup "in recognition of outstand- ging to the attention ing achievement in brin of the public Wider interest in conservation and natural science." OFFICERS Chairman . . . . LESTERNEWMAN Vice-Chairmen- BILL GROTH, collections, trips DICK NIBECK. funds, equipment JACK ROSEN. preserving, mounting JOHN CAPEN, projects i r onycrs, lricc. Klingbeil, Rosen. Capen. Newman, Sacks. Pope. Crowder, Cytron, Nibeck, McKee, Witcher', Groth. IEAL Page Sixty-eight 9' wap, ,ar Meyer. Kline. Chaskelson. Zimmerman. Bcxerman. Mockbee. Teper. Mueller. Sander. Kirsch. Richie, Benathon. Gross. Ludwig. Kornbleit. Mr. l-lope. B. l.evy. E. Talentino. Rubin. Miss Abbott. Bartig. Rosen. Kramer. I.. Schneider. liineberg. Thimmig. B. Schneider, Meyer.T.1yloe,Cook. O defies ana! QQCLQPJ .gamp anal, Gln The purpose of the Chess and Checkers Club Under the sponsorship of Miss Abbott. the 15 YO PYOVIQQ 311 .OPQOYIQUIYY f01' Students I0 Stamp Club gives students interested in the col- improve their ability in either game. The club lections of Stamps an Opportunity to improvc which was revived in the fall of 1950 has been h . H . B d. . h , h h d active throughout the year with a membership t elruco ectlons' Y Ffa mg Wit Lac Of, er an of more than thirty and an average attendance CNYYIUQ OU d1SCU5510nSf YNY fuffhcf IUCN-150 of twenty at the bi-weekly meetings. their knowledge of this hobby. The following members were officers: if1Rs'r sIsMus'riER SECOND sriMEs'i'is1a OFFICERS BYRON ScHNi2im5R,.. 111-tfsidmz , Itiwls SCHNIQIDIQR JACK TA,-LGE lim,-dL,,,, N H JACK-I-Mm, JAY MlEYI1R .. .... ...lil-Cl'-PFKSI-t1i'l7l . , MARK FEINBERG .. , M J. V E ,I Ilisotzr Sowisiz .. .... ,, . Set-mary . .,.. . CHAR1.Es EDsoN CHARLM Cook ' l"fte1'fSfdm' ' ' ' DAN' RPVBIN Semmm-UIFAFMS BRIAN MEYER ,.... Secretary-Trtustzrer ,..... BRIAN MI:YIiR C MERLIN LICKIIALTIQR Sponsor. Miss ABBOTT Page Sixty-nine f . H, ' Q V 5522, fiii iff 'dm Q-A ,W 1 4 aziuu -, , Q Q . ..., Qi , 1 Q K Y QQ: "" j"1 'gg-ff '.:-..,.,.... 2 , . 2- Y f:gg..:-: , 1 . .z-zzz.. :az , - nf I' - 5 '. - - L .. .,... 1 W 4 . ..,. H Q ,, ,f N i ww 45 Q e , iz ' .I V ',, , .EQ Suk 75 R W F 4 ga? M .. 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JANET BENTRUP Queen BOBBY OXENHANDLER Junior M aid JUDY HELLERUD Maid ANN MUHL Sophomore Maid NANCY TSCHUDY Maid Page Seventy-five Page Seven! yesix we Cgznior fgfagzi I "THE TWELVE-POUND LOOK" Lady Sims... . ,Ethel Schechter Sir Harry Sims . .....r..,., David Wohl Tombes ..... ,. .. Morton Kirsch Kate ....r. ,..4.,.., M arilyn Cantor ll "THE WONDER HAT" Harlequin ....., . ,.r..., Jerry Arky Pierrot ..,..... .. .... James Sullivan Punchinello ,... .,.... T om King Columbine ..... ..,..,. M yra Gollub Margot .,..,,. i,..... M arlene Dreyfus Ill 'SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOSH Fidel A... ....,.,.,......., J erome Levy Berta ..,...l ....... S hirley Sokolik Salome .... ..i.,.,,., M arleana Baris Tonia ,r... Celestina ....r,.... .i ..Barbara Sandweiss Marcelyn Waldman Best dressed boy Be.st dressed girl Most popular bog Most popular girl Best bog athlete Best girl athlete . Best looking girl Best looking boy Nlost likely person to succeed . Smartest senior . Funniest senior . Senior pest . enior po! ED PEPPER ETHEL SCHECHTER DoN MATHES ETHEL SCHECHTER AARON FENSTER KITTY UNDERWOOD JUDY HELLERUD BILL HUNSICKER MORTON KIRSCH BURTON WEBER BABS GREENBERG CHARLES LoNG HERB OZERSKY Page S euenty-seven Part Three ATHLETICS D INFINITUM we shall hear the crowds echo- ing from the University City High School stadium cheering the prowess of our famed Indians. In the last twenty-five years many young men and Women who have made athletic records at University City have gone on to establish their names in the athletic annals of their respective colleges. Through physical education our students have acquired the ability to engage in team sport and an invaluable means of developing co-operation and the will to win. In ath- letics We find the "Truth, Courage, and Wisdom" which help our graduates mature into well-rounded citizens of the growing American democracy. Page Seventy-eight +. -1 1 ' ...mm , X 5 . , . ,my is i Sf F: mg Q 2, fs , 5- '34, sc . K 1 ' r N7 5 fgsi if is r Q Q W l as , Q ' X I :ft 5 ,J QEQ 4- ak If" C 1 J he A Y- , I i ' ? . W K TglffEgiiQ?g'g,s'gj ab K ' , ,ig . , w. Q W " Q '1 I is . Q .. :W " 5? 1' ' 1. A ' X 1 M 1 fr V x E , f, ,L mm , ,W " ' 'X WW , ' , t Q Z 1 ' f 1 , XA if ' ,K ' as 1 . '- Q A '-fl 4 m 1 gh M , ? g , . ""w... 'POA flmfdaf Leliort-Assistant, Ozersky, Oberbeck. Bruton. Glassman. Chapin. Klingbeil. Levy. Rowe. Martin. Redford Balk Croghan. Silber. C. A. Muhl-Head Coach. Uteritz. Palmer. Anderson. Breckenridge. H. Williams. D. Williams. Sauer. Johnson Brandt H. li. Schemmer4Coach. Dr. Guy N. Magness. Betz. Payne, Large. Likes. lienster. Denu. Blackman. Mahon. Marion. Gebelhardt-Manager. Lander. Sugden. Landsbaum, Wilson. Liebig, McClure. 3Vl'om Anderson. back 3kBllCl Betz. end Art Blackman. guard Charles Brandt. back 'Him Breckenridge. back Mel Denu. guard WfAaron Fenster. tackle ,kWllbL1fl.JYgC. guard izllete Likes. center lllenotes previous award. Tl-IE LETTERMEN .lohn Mahon. end :kMarv Marion. end :kllit Payne. tackle Jerry. Rowe. end t"Don Sauer. back lic-nald Silber. tackle Don Williams. back September l5 September 22 September 30 October 6 October l4 October 20 October 28 November 3 November l8 November 23 klelarold Vwlilliams. back 19 5 O SEASONS RECORD University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City .,.,.... University City ....,... 3'cDenotes Suburban League game. Page Eighty Decatur, Illinois. Soldan-Blewett Webster Cirovesk Normandy? Kirkwood? .. Quincy .. Wellstonli .... Ritenour c J a li ai lxen Balk.t kl ki .na vi r r 1 .1.trnItr b k ob Johnson Al Lander. ia kl Jerry Marlin. tackle ic e lleihOLi-rskv tackle Richard Palmer. hack Herb Sugden. guard Bob Uieilla. back Rev XYilson. guard .ll ,i imug r .l C bl li li 1 m ia . 6 ..-Zl O Western Military Hyde Park, Chicago O 6 7 O 7 O are Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Fighting through a strenuous schedule, Uni- versity City turned in one of the most creditable performances of recent years by marking up nine victories against only one defeat. Under the thorough coaching of Mr. Muhl, assisted by Mr. Scheminer and lVlr. Le Fort, the Indians played a spirited brand of football utilizing the "T" and double wing-back formations. The Tribe out-fought and out-played three formidable Illinois teams-Decatur lgbefore a crowd of 50005. Quincy, and Hyde Park of Chicago. Homecoming vs. Kirkwood was a gala Indian summer day with many alumni present. Normandy, as always, was a top bat- tle. But the peak came when the Muhlmen gave a highly rated veteran Wellston eleven their only defeat to finish with the top four in the Suburban League. Teamwork keynoted the Indians' great per- formances. A smooth running attack starred Jim Breckenridge, Tom Anderson, Harold and laflaf Don Williams, and Don Sauer, voted most valuable player and all-district halfback. The Tribe's defense was superb-only Webster L14- ZID scored more than one touchdown, while four teams were held scoreless, Mainly respon- sible was an aggressive line of Marion, Black- man, Denu, Likes, Large, Payne, Mahon, Betz. sparked by all-district Aaron Fenster, Indians' honorary captain. The team received much support and en' couragement from the student bodyithree bus loads followed the Indians to Decatur and Quincy. Cheering at all games was excellent, boosted by pep assemblies and a bonfire before the Hyde Park game. The Junior Varsity 15-Oil scored l08 points to l9, and the Freshman Q5-29 under Dick Greenblatt each won their respective Suburban League titles, Coach Ochs Sophomores had rough going. London. Soule. Mocker. Temme. Jones, Bakerman. Pritzger, Greenblatt, Orenstein. Barry. Wolf. Altmayer. Goffstcln Alton. Coach Greeriblatt tFreshmanl, Falkenhainer, Shenberg, Zafft, Tockman. Dindorf. Greenberg. Katzman. Rosenberg Braznell. Seigel, Tschudy. Karcher, Coach Ochs tSophomorel. Speroulias. Balfour. Clemens. Stake, Sudholt, Plax, Russell. Mertens, Pitts. Greenwald. Lasky. Warren. Palmer, Hirschfield, Smith. Bach. Mount, Craven, Page Eighty-one Z?aaLef6a! December 8 December 9 December 15 December 16 December 22 January 3 January 6 January l 2 January l 6 January 19 January 30 February 2 February 6 February 9 February 13 February 16 'kSuburban League January 24 February 20 February 22 February 24 Page Eighly-two Breckenridge, Meinicke. Utcritz, Plax. M Muhl, Williams, Levy. Likes, Anderson, Greenblat. Cristal, Mahon, Sauer, Fenster, Betz, Glassman, SEASONS RECORD CS OPPONENT WE THEY PLACE John Burroughs 43 44 Home Soldan-Blewett ..,..,. ,,.,... 4 1 39 Home Clayton ..,l..,....... ....,. 3 5 29 Away Decatur ......,.... ....,.. 5 4 55 Away LETTERMEN Brentwood? 27 26 Home McBride r.,. .r,..., 4 4 46 Home TO111 Anderson? Guard lronton .....,..... 47 30 Home Bud Betzl, Center Wellstonx ,.,....... ,....,. 3 7 25 Home Bud Cristal? Guard Webster Groves"C .43 31 Away Aaron Fenstefrk, Forward Ferguson? ......, 52 25 Home Hal Glassmanary Forward Si' Cfharlefii ""4 Qwev Pete Likesif, Forward ap ewoo ..... , S way Ritenourt ...,.. 49 39 Home gf3gfkn'glfr Kirkwood? ., .47 29 Away Stan Lev X Fgrward Clayton' ...,.. .28 22 Home bon Wilialaqsiv Guard Normandy .... .42 43 Away Steve max' Manager game. -1- U "KDenoles previous award. OPPONENT WE THEY TOURNAMENT Kirkwood ......... ...4,4. 5 4 57 Suburban League Mehlville ...,. .55 14 Regional Kirkwood ....,.... ,, ..,. 49 35 Regional Maplewood .,,,. .,..,. 5 5 49 Regional Finishing second in the Suburban League of eleven schools to State Champion Normandy, and second in a St. Louis Regional tournament to State Runner-up Maplewood, the Indians played some very creditable basketball. Coach lVluhl's junior-studded squad wound up with a 13-7 season's record, losing one point de- cisions to Normandy, Burroughs, and Decatur, and by two to Maplewood and McBride. The Indian victories included a decisive one over an lronton team that had won Hfteen straight, two commanding ones over Kirkwood, last year's State Runner-up, and two over our ga rfefdaf arch rival Clayton. The Decatur trip was one of the highlights: a capacity crowd of 4.500 saw a thrilling 55-54 contest. Don Sauer was selected on the all-suburban team, and Bud Cristal won honorable mention on all-district. The lettermen voted Don hon- orary captain and Bud most valuable player. Three seniors closed their careers: Aran Fenster, crafty starting forward for two years, lighting John Mahon, and Jim Breckenridge. The well-drilled sophomore squad under Coach Dick Greenblatt didn't fare so well. marking up a 3 and l3 record. I.ebens. Green. Richardson. Shapiro. Plax, Schuman, Ehrlich. Mertens. Mr. Grecnblart. Sudholt, Hirshfield. Palmer. Greenwald, Hubler. Page Eighty-three f7,.,..,l .... JMV N"0'Q,la,,.- W ig- l I Golder. Blackman, Denu, Breiner, Hubler, Rowe, Large, Martin, Cristal, Spiritas, Hoffman, Nash, Mertens, Palmer. Hope, Groth, Mgr., Clemons, Anderson, Tzinberg, Greenwald. Wuenscher, Fenster. Balk, Weinhaus, Sigden, Ferris, Gordon, Sudholt, Ferry. Sauer, D. Williams, Lander, Brooks, Smith, H. Williams, Stewart, Mathes, Markisohn, Glassman. Waxman. Goodman, Betz, Schemer. Uteritz, Hanson. Wilson, Johnson, Kuhn, Lauffer, Mount, Richardson, Johnson, Gorman. Twenty-one lettermen, I0 major and ll minor, returned from last year's champion squad to compete in another successful season. The team was under the able guidance of Head Coach Henry Schemmer. assisted by Mr. Hays Hope. Prospects were excellent at the start of the season as shown in a practice meet against Kirk- wo-od where the Indians took almost every place. Expected to pace the cindermen on the senior squad are Honorary Captain Gabe Marki- sohn, Bob Johnson, Don Mathes, and Bob Uteritz in the dashes: Aaron Fenster, Al Lan- der, Burton Tzinberg, and Harold Williams in the shotput: Art Blackman, Don Brooks. Tom Ferris, Stan Goodman, Dick Smith, and Bill Stewart in the distanze runs: Don Williams and Tom Anderson in the pole vault: Rich Johnson and Arnold Spirtas in the high jump: Bud Betz in distance and hurdles: Hal Glass- Page Eighty-four man in broad jump and dashes: Don Sauer in high jump, broad jump, and hurdles: and Rich- ard Waxman in the hurdles and high jump. Dick Palmer, pole vault and high jump, and Norm Rudin, shot, are returning lettermen who will pace the junior squad. Rich Gordon, Ted Hansen, Jim Hubler, Ted Mertens, Eddie Mount, Dave Rosenberg, and Don Sudoltz will bolster a junior squad which is expected to keep up the tradition of fine junior teams. In the State Indoor Meet, the Indians placed third. Hal Glassman took a first in the broad jump: Dick Waxman second in the 60-yard hurdles: and Don Williams tied for first in the pole vault. The 880 relay team placed fifth. The State Outdoor Meet, the District, the Maplewood Relays and U. City Invitational, and two dual meets rounded out this year's schedule. Sidi? syl'l6!00l" PQCL jean! Date March 3 l--Saturday. April 7-Saturday. .. April 21-Saturday... April 28-Saturday... May l-Tuesday ,..., May 2-Wednesday. April 24- April 25- Wednesday ............,,. Tuesday .....,.. ....... May 5-Saturday ,...... ......, May l l-Friday .,..... May 12--Saturday ....,.. ...... May 15-Tuesday .,,.. May 16-Wednesday .....,. ......., Rosenberg, Williams, Fenster. Betz. Sauer, Glassman. Hansen, Johnson. Waxman, Smith, Blackman. Uteritz. Mathes, Markisohn, Williams. Palmer. Time 7:00 p. m. 10:00 a. m. Maplewood ..... 10:00 a. m. and 2:00 p. m TRACK SCHEDULE-1951 Opponent Place State Indoor ............................,......... Columbia, Mo. ..... . Roosevelt H. S. CCity Champsj.. .... U. City ..,................,. .. Maplewood Relays .,.....,.,....,............. U. City Invitational Prelims ........,..,... U. City .... .......,....... U. City Invitational Prelims .,.....,....... U. City .. . City Invitational Finals City ,. St. Louis District Prelims .... St. Louis District Prelims ..., St. Louis District Finals. State Outdoor Prelims .,..,, State Outdoor Finals Public Schools Public Schools Public Schools Stadium ,...... .. Stadium Stadium ,..... . .. Columbia, Mo. ,.,. ...,. . Columbia, Mo. 23rd Annual Interclass Track and Field Meet ........., 23rd Annual All Around Athiefaf Championship ......,., 3:30 p. m. 3:30 p. ni. 2:00 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 2:00 p. in. 2:00 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 3:30 p.m. Page Eighty-five resign? The U. City wrestling squad under the direc- VJRESTLING SCHEDULE tion of Coach L. M. Ochs fought their way to fourth place in the State meet. Although the season's record of l win, 1 tie, and 13 losses was not encouraging, the matmen's perform- ance in the state meet was the best that the grapplers have marked up in recent years. Leo Roth took first in the state in the 165-lb. class. Honorary Captain Cyril Salvo took a second in the 138-lb. class. Marv Marion and Leonard Rubenstein took thirds and Irv Rosen a fourth. Marv Marion, Leonard Rubenstein, and Cyril Salvo were awarded their second letters. Leo Roth earned a major letter: Bob Dugger, Ed Cuomes, Barry Hyatt, Sanford Palans, Ed Pep- per, and Irv Rosen received minor awards. Other members of the squad who scored points were Tom Cox, Gary Madden, Ron Silber. and Tom Wimber. University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City University City ...... University City .,,.. Western M. A... Ritenour .,......,. Ferguson ...,, ..., Webster Ciroves Granite City ..., Maplewood ..., Kirkwood . Normandy Ritenour .....,.... Ferguson .......,., Webster Cwroves Western M. A. Maplewood ..,, Kirkwood ..... Normandy ...... Page Eighty-six 56152401 The varsity baseball squad, coached by Lili- burn Ochs, faced an ambitious 14-game sched- ule consisting of two contests with every other competing member of the league. The team also participated in the State Tournament. The "B" squad, directed by Dick Greenblatt, had a complete schedule of games. The squad, built around the eight returning lettermen from last year, was bolstered by many outstanding new-comers. At the start of the season, it appeared that Alan Erblich and Mor- ton Kirsch would be the Indians' mound hopes with Don French, Marshal Manne, Herschal Rich, and Leo Wolz also on the the staff. Aaron Fenster handled most of the Tribe's catching with Byron Gallant helping him. ln- tield prospects included Tom Anderson, Jim Breckenridge, Bud Cristal, Pete Likes, Ken Meinicke, Bob McClure, Ronald Sandler, Paul Schramm, Cliff Shanfeld, and Larry Soffer. Richard Lemler, Norman Pearl, Doug Wells, and Don Williams provided the neucleus for the Tribe's outfield. 1951 VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 2-Clayton ,,,,... April 5-Normandy. April 9-Maplewood April l2+Wellston.. . April 16-Ritenour ....., April 19-Kirkwood. , April 23-Webster ...,... April 26-Clayton ..., April 30-Normandy .,.,.. May 3-Maplewood .....,,, May 7-Wellston s s May 10-Ritenour ...... May 14-Kirkwood ..,.... May l 7-Webster ...,.. .Home ...Nl-lome ...,Away .. ..Away Away .,..,.Away .,..l-lome .,...,Away ..,......Away .,.,....I-lome ,......,Home ..,,.....I-lome ,.,....,.Home ........Away Page Eighty-seven Ccicl' Schemmer. Kuhn. Vvlilson. Rubin. Kurz, Ommers, Stewart, Lemlar, Kalker, Smith QCapt.l, Brooke, Ferris, Cristal, Goodman P0555 0lfU'l ff? SPCLCL Coach Henry Schemmer's cross-country squad won two meets while losing four and took seventh place in the State Cross-Country meet. Tom Ferris, Stanley Goodman, Richard Kurtz, Dick Lemler, Dick Smith, Bill Stewart, and Joe Wilson represented U. City in the meet and honorary captain Dick Smith marked up the best performance for the Indians by placing sixth. Letters were awarded to Stanley Good- man, Richard Lemler, Dick Smith, Bill Stewart, and Joe Wilson. Joe Wilson, now in the army, was to be next season's honorary captain. Other members of the squad were Don Brooks, Bud Cristal, Rich Koker, Warren Kuhn, Dave Rubin, and Pete Summers. wimming Fifteen swimmers represented University City in the State Meet and four dual matches with Soldan-Blewett, Hadley, and State Champion Principia. Alan Rapperport, Captain, scored lZ points in the State Meet, giving U. City seventh place. Alan was first in the 150-yard Individual Medley in 1:43, and second in the 50-yard Free Style in 24.2 1State record is 24 secondsj. Paul Racen and Lionel Gillerman barely missed qualifying for the finals. They were awarded minor letters. Other team mem- bers were: Jerry Rowe, Walter XVerner, Dick Smith, Al Larkin, Gordon Price, Andy Lind- quist, Bud Cowdery, John Balfour, Jim Nash, and Aaron Oberman. Lindquist. Gillerman. Nash. Balfour. Price, Muhl. Rapperport. Larkin, Cowdery, Rowe, Racen. Werner. me jrige The Tribe is an organization of athletes who OFFICERS have been awarded letters 'n an ma' o m'no . I Y lor r 1 r President . . AARoN Fi2Ns'I'ER s ort. The ur ose of the Trib, 's t ma' - . , p p p Q 1 O m Vice-P1-eszdenz . . . . DoN SAULSR tain the s irit of Un'vers't Cit H' h School . . L p 1 ly Y lg Secretary-lrezisurer . . . Tom ANDERSON! loyalty, to cherish the traditions of the school, Sergeanz-az-Arms . . JIM BRECKFNIQIDCH to promote fellowship, and to serve in the best interests of our school. city, and country. Cristal. Waxxnan, Uteritz, Palmer. Spiritis, Sandler. Falans. Duggcr. Blackman. Stewart, Tzinberg. Rudin. Balk Flax. Wilson. Hunsicker. Rubenstein. Johnson. Pepper, Gomes. Rosen, Waters. Ozersky. Mathes. l.emler. Greenblat, Rowe, Sugden, Denu, Sauer, Likes, Betz, Levy, Ferris, Breckenridge. Kirsch. Goodman. Ochs. Redford. Anderson. Brandt. D. Williarlis, Silber, Chapin, Large. Mahon, Payne, Martin. Marion. Lander. Muhl, H. Williams. Pearl. Glassman. Fenster. Markisohn. Rapperport, Smith. Salvo. Schemmcr. Page Eighty- nine ..f4fALfic ofeaclerd 2 DON SAUER. Basketball AARON FENSTER, Foozball JERRY LAPP, Golf GABRIEL MARKISOHN, Track ALAN RAPPERPORT,Swimming LEO ROTH, Wrestling NORMAN PEARL. Baseball Page Ninety U CAA Miller, Slimon, Hammond, Sharp, Zimmerman, Sommerich, Urban, Rigg, Ziercher, Zimmer. Metz, Barnes, Rosenfeld. Stein, Tong, C. Wimber, Gollub, Cantor, Howell, Maurer, Harrison. Nicoll, Ince. Bernstein, Dreyfus, Pugh, Lemkemeir. Underwood, Baris. McKinney, Tamarhen. Hampton. Tschudy, Kropp, Phelps, Miss Watts, Bentrup, Armstrong, Wegner. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President LOUANN PHELPS JANET BENTRUP Vice-President NANCY' TSCHUDY ANNE ARMSTRONG Secretary JOYCE KROPP CAROLYN WEGNER Treasurer MARLENE DREYFUS SALLY PUGH S ergeant-at-Arms ANNE ARMSTRONG SONDRA HAMPTON All girls who have earned their certificates for an athletic letter by participating in the after-school physical education program are eligible for membership in the U. Club. This club furthers the interest of girls in school activities and SpOrtS, and serves the school in many helpful ways, such as selling cokes and candy at football and basketball games, serving at teas, and serving as ushers, This year the club's activities included: five-day trip to New York, participation in a play day at Cape Girardeau, Christmas party for the children at Kingdom House, a week- end trip to Washington State Park, and the annual banquet for parents and friends. Page Ninety-one 31,8 gi,4.,4. 3.16 OFFICERS President ..... KITTY UNDERWQOD Presidenz Vice-President . . . . JANET BENTRUP Treasurer Secretary . . . MARGIE SALZBERC, Secretary Treasurcz -... . NANCY' HARRISON Sergeanzvuz-Arms . . NANCY BRADY Sponsor .... . Miss DICUS Page Ninely- two Gt Ql"llCl, OFFICERS . .,... JOAN MTLLTQR . .... JANET Ross . . BOBBIE OXENHANDLER Sfwgpesa Under the leadership of Kitty Underwood. the Girls' Athletic Association has completed its third and most successful year. Besides sponsoring a Ha-Ha Day tAthletic Fun Dayl, having a cake sale, and playing hostess to the County Basketball Tournament, the G. A, A. formed and adopted a constitution for its ora ganization. Highlight of the first semester was the Annual G, A. A. Barn Dance held at Farm- er's Hall during the Thanksgiving holidays. The major project of the Spring semester was the first school horse show at Westwood Stables in which the members of the Riding Club participated under the sponsorship of the G. A. A. jdgefna Taberna is the girls' modern dance club: meetings of the group are held weekly. The main purpose of the group is to enjoy an extra period of dance. and to be ready as a demonf stration group for any activity in which they will perform. Besides appearing in perform- ances and demonstrations, one of the group's outstanding activities this past year was a Luncheon and Ballet party at which time the girls saw the world famous Sadlers Wells Bal- let Company. And these girls are the athletes? So that's what they do p on Mondays. age Ninety-three .NOCLW Ramsey, Oakey, Novack, Hampton. Helbing, Racen, Tschudy. Sharp, Ulbrecht, Scott. Zimmer. Harrison. Underwood. Bernstein, Howerton, Lemkemeicr, Mylonas, Hargiss. Mill, Schaffner. Baker. Zicrcher, Puglt Barnes, Fritz, Dicus. Hook, Wimbcr, Dell, Falkenhaincr. Schubel. Kropp, Pettibone, D. Pittman, Kinzer. Tong, Sharp. Metz. lnce. Lange, Rohan, Connelly, Muhl, McKinney, Cast, Philps, Bentrup, M. Wimber, Kleiber. Carr, Boldt. Zyaalfefdaf Raccn, Helbing. Howericn, Lempkemcier. Bentrup. Bornstein. Fritz, Novak. Carr. ' Long, Hampton, Radloff. Gerstcin. Oakey, Ramsey, Miss Dicus, Patterson, Tschudy. Underwood, Kliebcr. Rothman, Nicoll. Hippcnmcyer. Wimber, Dannevik, Zerker. Schaffner. Muhl. Breckenridge. l I Page Ninety-four GIRLS' November November No-vem ber VARSITY HOCKEY SCHEDULE ll U. City 15 U. City l6 U. City., . . November 28 U.City... , November 30 U.Cily Mfg LJ Mary Institute .... Kirkwood ., . Normandy .. Clayton , Maplewood 0 Q.. 0 2 0 must like hoe Simms. Cantor. Novack. Bentrup, Pugh. Schachter, Phelps. . . , 1. 'I-Schudyl Mum' Carr' I Squaws vesion oi a Braves tuna. D.1nnex'ilt. McManus. Maysack, Underwood. Oakey, Miss Dicus. M, Hellving. Howerton. Hansman. McKinney. Smith. Hippenmeyer. Arthur, Dubinsky. Dell. Barnes. Ramsey. Harrison. Cast. Kleiher. GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL lfebruary Z6 l5ebruary Z7 March l March Z March 8 March H SCHEDULE U. City Webster ., ,. U. City Maplewood U. City Normandy ,. U, City. . Bt irrt u ughs , U, City Kirkwood ,. U. City. . , Clayton . , ,,., .. Page Ninety 30 lf! l7 Z6 16 46 - I1 Ut- .gnchuicluaf Sporfa Gnip Gnopf The Girls' Physical Education Department at University City High School sponsors many individual sports which include bowling, bad- minton, archery, golf, horseback rid- ing, swimming, table tennis and tennis. Bentrup, Shueman, Zell, Gottliebson, Lurie. Waldmen, Stepmen, Lugger, Jordan. Kuechenmeister, Hampton, Dohm Humphrey Fishnick Dietrich. Connelly, Cohen. Kranson, Dorfman, Sokolik, Baris, Gallop. Diamond, Pickering, Miller, Owen, Jones, Faulpil, Meyer Kieffer Harrison Olivetch, Beckman, Gerstein, Zimmerman, Van Berg, Goorman, Chu, Boldt, Baum, Greenberg, Cohen. Pattiz, Under- wood Bernstein, Levy, Broyles, Gordon, Canter, Yanow, Cantor, Altman, Block. Fadem, Emmert, Wilson, Pillow. Long, Karakas, Lingle. Helbing, Ramsey, Price, Sommerich, Phelps, Gast, Barnes, Kessler, Stern. Boldt, Muhl, Sower: Hydar. Eaton. Hargiss. Pittman, Simms, Oaky, Hansman, Smith, McManus, Bernard. Edwards, Fishigoll, Thimming, Kramer, VanBerg, Moore, Brimble, Pugh, Stultz, Rigg, Maurer. Schwartz, Sobleman, Swier, Schaffner, Mockbee, Glazier, Dreyfus, Bly. Page Ninety-six mlm, CM The members of the Leaders' Club are chosen Jr their outstanding leadership qualities. The aders assist with the regular physical educa- on classes by officiating, coaching, and giving gill achievement tests. 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Cfxbany 0963 Dependable Paving Since 1853 All-Cream ICQ Cfeanq COmplim9DI8 of P A U L S A C H S The UPARKMOORH Q R 1 G I N A L 5 Delicious Sandwiches l 136 WASHINGTON AVE ST. LOUIS, MO. Chosen by Washington University Young Students Men's Apparel The Town Schrier Men Shop 6 3 19 DELMAR IAcross f rom Tivoli Theatre? Bartrner Market 6649 BARTMER AVE. U. CITY 14. Mo. Page One Hundred Sixteen Compliments of MILTON STERN Insurance Agency ir ir GENERAL INSURANCE CAbany 8449 VOGT BROTHERS Poultry Farm GALLAHER AND LINDENWOOD AVES Phone 736 ST. CHARLES. MO BRANCH SALES ROOM 628 North and South Road, U. City, Mo. CAbany 0520 7278 Natural Bridge, Normandy. Mo. EVergreen 4988 Compliments of A E R I E N D Compliments of POGRELIS-MEYER INC. With Compliments of Sam Hollander Stanley Distributing Co. Distributor of ADMIRAL Television Sets, Radios, Electric Ranges, and Dual-Temp Refrigerators LUcas 4880 3041 Locust Two Winners in U niuersity City The U. City Indians AND Wilsons Shoes Always a Step Ahead With QUALITY SHOES for ALL THE FAMILY 6621 DELMAR JOHN H. WILSON, Prop. Page One Hundred Sev nteen Best Wz'shes from FIRST SEMESTER 1950-51 STUDENT COUNCIL Morton Kirsch, President Janet Bentrupi Jim Breckenridge June Breckenridge Charles Edson Ken Fisher Myra Cwollub Phyllis Jacobs Charles Long Don Mathes Ken Meinecke Ray Morganstern Alan Rapperport Marjorie Salzberg Frala Schacter Ethel Schecter Byron Schneider Kitty Underwood Ilene Vesper John Wilson Carolyn Winius David Wohl Sandra Zweig Best Wishes from SECOND SEMESTER 1950-51 STUDENT COUNCIL Byron Schneider, President Maureen Arthur Janet Bentrup Jim Breckenridge June Breckenridge Bennett Bruton Marvin Cohen Charles Edson Kenneth Fisher A Mickey Franklin Morton Kirsch Charles Long Don Mathes Jason McManus Ken Meinecke Ray Morganstern Pat Payne Harriet Progrelis Alan Rappeport Jerry Rowe Marjorie Salzberg Ethel Schechter Kitty Underwood Carolyn Winius Sandra Zweig Page One Hundred E ighreen Compliments from FIRST SEMESTER 1950-51 House of Representatives Charles Long, Chairman Maureen Arthur Virginia Berryman Harriet Birenbaum Bobbette Blumoff Bennett Bruton Earl Changer Susan Chorlins Marvin Cohen Joan Crain Buddy Cristal Jerry Glick Jerry Levy Pete Likes Don Mogerman Spencer Parnas Marjorie Peters Harriet Pogrelis Shirley Policha Connie Ramsey Wayne Redeker Peggy Robiner Ethel Schechter Lloyd Schneiderman Paul Schramm Julius Schweich Clifford Shanfeld Barbara Shoss Ron Silbur Miriam Stein Bill Stewart Bob Uteritz Carlyn Wagner Eugene Dardick Janet Ross Burton Weber Myrna Gerstein Jerry Rowe Sandra Zweig Compliments from SECOND SEMESTER 1950-51 House of Representatives Jerry Rowe, Chairman Larry Alton Tom Anderson Marilyn Canto-r Bud Cowdery Fred Epstein Ken Fadem Myrna Gerstein Jerry Goldberg Lois Goldstein David Grober Pete Likes Charles Long Dorothy Macy John Mahon Art Margulis Gabriel Markinson Joan Metz Shirley Poticha Connie Ramsey Janet Ross Vicki Rothman Marilyn Rudman Charles Schaefer Paul Schramm Barbara Shoss Ronald Gilber Larry Soffer Don Stake Sonia Thimming Nancy Tschudy Burt Tzinberg Bob Uteritz Richard Waxman Charles. Wegner Sandra Zweig Page One Hundred Nineteen Compliments of LANG-KOHN Inc. Makers of 0 Rl 6 I N A L FOR THE JUNICR MISS Sold Exclusively in St. Louis AT SCRUGGS-VANDERVOORT-BARNEY, Inc OH dd'I' y THE MOTHERS' CLUB COMPLIMENTS OP THE U.CLUB Best Wishes f UNIVERSITY fOf77 . JEWELERS The Schne1ders SAM 6360 DELMAR BLVD. FLORA T1Vo1,I THEATRE BLDG. LEWIS A Cemenrenl Tlrms-Up lo a Ycar Io P u No Interest or Carrying Charge A.8 P. FOOD STORES Dispensing Opticians rkerls 33 North Central-Clayton 610 Olive Street 518 North Grand As Always . . . YOUR HOUSE of FORMAL FASHION 2029 - 6 I S. BROADWAY 4 at Russell I SI. 3254 One Hundred Twenty-two Compliments of Mid-West Laundry, Inc. "DRIVE IN" Save 2070 Compliments of MuelIer's Market, Your Neighborhood Tom Boy Store Mueller's Market 6973 OLIVE STREET ROAD Telephone, PArkview 7405 Novelty Sportswear Manufacturing Co. 314 St. Charles Street Swagger Styles Rich-Sher Styles "Quality-Regardless of Price" Compliments of Glazier's Pharmacy Prescription Druggists 4501 OLIVE STREET FOrest 7100 St. Louis, Mo. CAbany 9995 Novvack Bros. Service Station EDWIN. HERMAN AND FRANK Auto Repairing Road and Towing Service Shell Products 7449 Olive Street Road, at Hanley University City 5v Mo. Compliments of Paul's Barber Shop 7638 GANNON AVE. Hours: 8 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Daily The Clayton Gardener Complete Landscape Work Fred H. Witte 15 20 Quendo ' UNIVERSITY CITY 14. MO. CAbany 1680 A Moderra Florist Flowers for Every Occasion Morton L. Wolfson 7245 DELMAR CAbany 0038 Nights, Call PArkview V536 Page One Hundred Twenty th e 6647 ENRIGHT AVE. DELMAR-HANLEY Service Station i.. Joseph E. Fischer, Prop. Complete Road Service S4""ff5't"'5 DElmar 4800 7489 Delmar Blvd. C55 6 6 70 DELMAR O-Kay Grocer CAbany 7600 Western Fruit Co. CAbany 3616 Dinkelaker's Meats CAbany 5357 6 6 70 DELMAR The Webb Agency, Inc. Insurance Surety Bonds, Auto Loans, Real Estate G. C. REED DRUGGIST, Inc. 7401 PERSHING AVE. We. .Deliver CAbany 7657 University City, Mo. Cjgbany 5050 CAb3ny 5051 If you have the family limousine . . . We have the stuff to make it go! Milt BREMEB SERVICE SPECIALIZING IN GASOLINE For Proms, Dances, Saturday Night Dates and After-School Cruising 8207 DELMAR O WY 2lll Bm Wishes BRADSHAW co. hom Infants' and ChiIdren's Wear 6642 DELMAR University City 5, Mo. Page One Hundred Twenty-four IRWIN'S DRUGS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Free Delivery 6601 Olive Street Road CAbany 8467 HARRY E. FISHER INSURANCE 'lr 'A' CAbany 1375 C 0 A C H MATUES 3 n C1 FASHION FABRICS P Q U R The Friendly Store for All LADIES' SHOES Your Sewing Needs 6639 DELMAR CAbany 2169 Compliments Compliments of of B o N D A FRIEND B R E A D SUSIE Q SHOP Compliments of Sportswear China Blouses Restaurant L"'79ef"e. 815 WASHINGTON Hosiery Fine 6666 DELMAR CAbany 3734 American and Chinese Food Page One Hundred Twent Compliments of ST LOUIS l l UA - VI 1 il , i ll ' Al 1 'I I 1 ll - W- is. I Q I 11 " If-I 11 I l I ' I1 lllflCl'If CO. Inc. 918 OLIVE STREET BEST WISHES from Fredman Brothers Furniture Company of Illinois Compliments Since 1852 of THE TRIBE Elgmsm - Sci 0 3407 Olive Street 1951 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Friday, September' 21-So-ldan Saturday, September 29-Normandy Friday, October 5-St. Charles Saturday, October 13-Webster Saturday, October 20-Quincy Saturday, October 27-Ferguson Saturday, November 3-Kirkwood Saturday, November 10-Open date Saturday, November I7-Wellston St. Louis 3, Mo. .IEfferson 4404 JEfferson 0014 5 ' WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS THE BEST IN PENS, PENCILS AND REPAIRS Froehlich's Pen Store 719 ST. CHARLES CEntral 1012 Compliments from St. Louis Auto Parts and Salvage Paq O Hundred Twenty-six Good Luck to the U FQ Dial 0 '- F V E N 9 Trl Y yqfg l m V es i es 9 M Bljlyd S J H. -Y CILMHMN 1 s I 0 :fm E COVERS AND BINDING for the 1951 Dial by BECKTOLD COMPANY pafl'0l'l5 One Hundrey Twenty-eight Mrs. Arthur Ammon Mr. and Mrs. David Don Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Farrar Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gilber Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Carl S. Hansman Ben Lite Pete Lorandos Bernard Meyer Joseph Press John Pugh Herbert C. Schaefer Elie Schneider Jack Schultz Abe Sokolik Mr. Sam Tedesco Acme Roofing Co ...,........ Allied Shoe Rebuilders ........ A Modem Florist ............. A. 8 P. Food Stores ,....,... Automatic Canteen Co .,...... Avalon Dance Studio ,...... Bader's ............,,...... Banner Cleaning Co ....... Bartmer Market .....,... Becktold Co. , ...,........ . .. Robert Beins Jewelers ....... Bluestexn s .........,........ Boyd's .............. Bradshaw Co. .....,...................... . Breitt-Naumer-Way Realty Co ........ Bremer Standard Service Station ......... China Doll Restaurant ,.,,..,......... The Clayton Gardener ......., The Comar Company ..............,.... Delmar Hanley Service Station ,....... Delmar Loop Shoe Service .......... Dinkelaker's Meats ................. Erker Brothers Optical Co ...,.,.,, Harry E. Fisher-Insurance ...... Forum Five and Ten ........,...................... Fredman Brothers Furniture Co. of Ill ......... Froe1ich's Pen Store .......,,...........,............ Gaia's Market ....,...... Gale Rosenbaum .,..... Gale Sobel ...,..,........., General Baking Co ...,..... G1azier's Pharmacy ...... Gutman's .......................... "Mel" Heil Service Station ........ H1-Y .............,.....,................. House of Representatives ..,........................ Industrial Engineering 8 Equipment Co ..,.... Irwin's Drugs . ............,..,..........,......,...... Josten's ,...... ..,.,.............., . .. Kranson Drug Co ......................,............,....., ...,.,.. Clara Kieffer Domestic Employment Agency., ........... , Lange Studio .................... , ..................,,...... ....,... Lang Kohn Inc ....,.. Levin-Goodmian .... Los Amigos .....,........,...... MacCarthy Motor Co ...,..... Matue's ........................ M-C-M Dresses ...... 111 109 123 122 105 116 109 111 116 127 109 122 127 124 105 124 125 123 105 124 110 124 122 125 110 126 126 110 102 102 125 123 110 104 127 119 103 125 110 104 109 113 120 102 105 111 125 104 .fdcluerfiriing egnclex Mendenhall Motor Co .....,.. ,..... 1 05 Mid-West Laundries, Inc ....... ...... 1 23 Morgens-Scott Cleaning Co ...... .,.... 1 26 Mothers' Club .....,...,......... ....,. 1 21 Mueller's Market ...,....,.....,.....,.,.,.,......... ...... I 23 Novelty Sportswear Manufacturing Co ....., .,..., 1 23 Nowack Bros. Service Station ......,...,.... ..,.. 1 23 O-Kay Grocer .........,...,.....,,. ..,... l 24 The "Parkmoor" .,.. ...... l 16 Paul's Barber Shop ..,... ...... 1 23 Pep Club ................ ....., 1 04 Ralph F. Piper, lnc ...... ...... l 10 Pogrelis-Meyer, Inc. ,... ..l17 Proper Shoe ........,..,..,....,. .,,... 1 08 Radionic Engineering Co ...,... ...... 1 ll G. C. Reed Druggist, Inc ....... ...... 1 24 Robert's Boys' Shop ...,.. ...... 1 05 Rochelle Shop .........,,.. ...... 1 1 l Rubicam School ...... ...... 1 05 Patrons ....,.....,........................ ...... 1 28 Paul Sachs Originals ............,..,.. ...... l 16 St. Louis Auto Parts 8 Salvage ............. ...... l 26 St. Louis Band 8 Instrument Co., Inc ..,....... ...... 1 26 St. Louis Institute of Music ...,...................... ....,. 1 01 St. Louis Men's and Boys' Clothing Shop ......... ,.,.,. 1 04 Elmer Salzberg Drug Co .......,.....,.....,.,......... ,..... 1 01 F. A. Schultz Drug Co ...... ...... 1 ll Selle Jewelry Co .,...,.,........... ...,.. 1 16 Skrainka Construction Co ....,,.. ..,... 1 16 Spanish Club .....,..,..,....,.....,. ...... l 05 Stanley Distributing Co ....,.......... ....,. 1 17 Milton Stern Insurance Agency ....... ...... 1 17 Student Council ,...,................... ...,.. 1 18 Susie Q Shop ....... ,..... 1 25 Tivoli Theatre ..... ...... 1 03 Toby's Shoes .... ...... 1 1 1 Tri-Y ..,...,.,.,...,.,.. ...,.. 1 27 George C. Tong ........ ...... l 05 The Town Schrier ...,... ...... 1 16 The Tribe .......,..... ...... 1 26 The U. Club .,......... ...... 1 22 University Jewelers ...,,....,. ....., 1 22 Vogt Bros. Poultry Farm ,.,... ..,... 1 17 The Webb Agency, Inc ...... .,,.,. 1 24 Western Fruit Co ....,..........,. ...... 1 24 Wiese-Bames Printing Co. ....... ...... 1 12 Wilson's Shoes .......,.....,...... ...,.. 1 17 Page One Hundred Twenty-nine .yI'lJeX me More AMW W tj. Jw' ltlyefvllllfif M A Cappella ....... .......,.. ............. 5 5 Index to Book ....... ...l30 Advertising ............ A4.,. 1 00-128 Individual Sports ...... Athletic Leaders .....,.. ,......... 9 O Juniors ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, 42, Band ..,.......,........... ....... 5 8 Leaders' Club AA,,,. Baseball .............., ...,.,.... 8 7 Math Club ,,,,,, Basketball, Boys' ,,.,..,.,..,...,....,.,. ..,...... 8 2-83 Orchestra ,A4,,,,,, Basketball, Girls' Class-Varsity ......... 94 Pen-in-Hand 44,.,.,,,,, ,,,. Bowling Club ......................... .,,,.. 6 7 Pep Club ,,,,,.,.,,,,44,.,,, Camera Club ....... .,...................,,... 6 1 Philology Wgfkshgp ,,,..,.. ,,,, Campus Leaders ,.,.. ......,....,.,............ 7 0, 71 Projeetionists' Club ,,..,,. Candids ....,.......... ...., 1 06, 107, 114, 115 Queens and Maids uhnhll 74, Cartoon Calendar .. ..4,...,.,......,..... 98-99 Senior Play ,..,,.-,, Chemistry Club .....,r............ ....... 6 4 Seniors AA,,,..AA.,' 18 Chess and Checkers Club ....... ....., 6 9 Service Club .,.,,,. Class Oflicers ........ ......... .,.... l 6 sophomores lbve 44, Class P011 .,-.---.--,---- ,-,-,. 7 7 spanish Club ....,,.....r.., ..,. CTOSS' Countfl' A--"'-'-- ----'- 8 8 Stamp and Coin Club ...... Current Events Club -"-- '-'--- 6 0 Strut and Fret ............... ....... Dial Staff '----"'--4---4 -'-4-- 5 2 Student Council, lst ..................... ....... Exeelslof Club ----"' -'---- 6 6 Student Council, 2nd ..................,............. Field and Forest -------- ------'--- 6 8 Student Government at U. C. H. S ........, 72, Football "------""-'------- l-'-f"l 8 Of 81 Student Tutors ........,....,............... ,.,.... French Club .......,...,,.... ......... 66 Swimming Club .,,,.,,, ,,,,,, , Future Teachers of America .......,. 64 Taberna nluelvnelenhtell I 92, Girls' Athletic Association ..,... .,....... 9 2-93 Tomffom Staff ,...,,.. ,,,,,,, Hi-Y ..................... -........... .,............... 6 2 'Stack ,,...,,..,.,,,,,e 84 Hockey, Class-Varsity ....... .........,.. ' ll rlbdcngufg, ..'..,.,,.. ,,,,, , 4 Honor Pins ............................. ...... .... 5 6 Alf ......... ....... . ' ' F ' House of Representatives, lst.. H7 ,...... ,.... jl-9m K . Qffi, l..,.,,..,..- p ......,-V n Z ,,,.,,.,. . House of Representafives, ..,,.. LT. 5 I, lfvtlcjlepgyyall, C1aSs-Vg,ifyE,,.,,,,. Index to Advertisei'S..5jlfV ...., ...,. .... .. 9 jwwitling '.,'A'A.A'A 5.5 lete leel l ...4,,,. 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