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

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5 E 2 ' . Q., 4 . . . 'ag Q L M F 1? xii 1 X isp 3 QM SL 23 3 Hifi! Eg , sg i 3 i gggk N -, x. QA. 2 P.,...---'....M WW ,.guul""" orty M aero For forty years University City Schools have endeavored to maintain a high standard of public education, and in doing so have achieved the even more signilicant goal of service to the community. The editors of the 1952 DIAL sincerely hope that we can portray this almost intangible spirit of service, which seems to extend far beyond the realms of our classrooms- and which is truly vital for a better world of tomorrow. A Thoroughfarc in University City Page Three reoentecl Q-Bu Editor-in'Chz'ef CHARLES SCHAEFER Associate Editors GERTRUDE SCHAFFNER CHARLES LEBENS Business Manager JAY MEYER Circulation Manager KAY KLEIBER Sponsor Miss FLINT Page Four Sincere thanks to Harry Swain, Jr., Central Engraving Co. Paul Schenk, Bccktold Co. Charles C. Grimm. WiesefBarnes Printing Co Stephen O. Lange, Lange Studio. eclication To Dr. Julius E. Warren in recognition of his civic leadership, his professional leader- ship, and most of all, of his development of our school and our community as a coordinated and dynamic force in p u b l i c education. Page If iw' IX OI'6LUOf6l In presenting this issue of the Dial, the staff has endeavored to set down pictorially and graphically a cross-section of the school year, which, it is hoped, will furnish a souvenir interesting to the faculty and student bodyfnot only in the present. but in years to come. ante nto f4v!m6a64,L'fzaZ6aa .dawg 'Mfmgd .femnmg 7465560601605 7414445 l46ZZ6llffQ Qapemdaa 741414194 Qmpedtwa Y 'e QW ,XM Q wx rw 5 Q R W 1 ., A wx? x X X, xx 9 Q X 5 x., , . in 5 Q A 5 s R , 1 X ag 3 'Q X 3 Vi 'S Qi h .. Tj . 2'sQQx:Qi,.i Fil, ff' gm ' r . 1 1 x .gx ' E. D v MR. J. E. BAKER Principal Drury College, A. B. University of Chicago, A. M. .xdalnvinififrafion DR. JULIUS WARRLQN Super1'nlem1enl of Schools. UUI'L'L'F.9l-IL! Cily Dartmouth College, A. B. Columbia University, M. A. Boston University, D. Sc. in Education Northeastern University, l-I..D. MR. W. E. KISTTLQLKAMP Assislcml l'1'1inc1'puI Central 'Wesleyan A. B. University of Chicago, A. M. Director of Guidance Page Nim- Miss Bowers. Mr. Cirippi. Miss lilint. Mrs, Bodenhafer. Miss Harris, Mrs. Gottlieb, Mrs. llirmr. Miss Johnson Nlr. Dr. C' alfll, MISS VJANIDA BUWIIRS-Southeast Missouri State leach- ers College, B, S.: University of Missouri. M. A.: Ifnqlixh, Drtimulicx. MR, CIIARI.IfS LiItIIIIIIvW.isliingttun University, A, B.: English, MISS XVII IDA l'I INT-Drury College. A. B.: University ol' Nlissouri. A. M.: lfnqlish, Mies. liI7I'III BolnfmiAiflfR-University of Utah, A. B,: University of lx.tns.1s. M. A,: lfnglish, Russell. Miss McComlus. Miss Bnrnidge, Mr. Mrliee. lflurlieli. Mi: llope. Mr. Barrow, Mr. Kettelltamp. .3 . t lftltlt' 'lien MISS MARJORII1 HARRIS--Vylasllington University. A.B,: A. M.: English, MRS, AUGUSTA GO'I"I'I,II:B4University ol' Kansas, A, B.: Vyhshington University, M. A.: English, MRS. MARCEARITI' C. l5ARRARfXX'estern College. A. Pm.: Washington University. M. A.: English, MISS MARGARET li. JOIINSON--Vlnshington University. A. B.: A. M.: English. MR. ROI'iIfR'I' R. RVSSI-I.I.-Missotiri State 'l'e.ieliers College. BS.: Vfasliingion University. lVl.A.: Hislortf. MISS HAZII. lVltiCtIMI5S7University ol' Missouri, B, S.. M. A.: Hisloril. MISS MAR'I'II.'X BARNII3t1I-7XX':isl1ington University. A. B.. A, M.: llislortl, MR. HOWARD NlCl'iI5l'iUniversity ol' lowa. A, l5.. M.A.: Ilislortf. DR. 'XViiI.'I'IfR liIIRI.ICIII7XV.ishington University. li. S.. M. A.. Ph. D.: Il1.sI111't1. MR. ll, Hms HOIII-4XYestn1inster College. A. ll.: Vyfisli' ington University. A. M.: Hislortl. MR, CAVI4 BARROW-XVestminster College. A. l'm.: Uni versity of Missouri. A, M.: llIA.Nft7I'l.l. MR. XV. ll. liI5'I"I'IiI,KAXII'?Central NVesley.in College. A, B.: University ol' Clliesgo. A. M.: Hi.s1oru. Mr, Craig, Mr. Strchlman. Miss Stcidcmann. Mr. Mcliinncy. Mr. Conyers. MR. R. CI IfSII4N'l' CRAIG-Northeast Missouri ilicachcrs College, A, B.: Missouri University. M, A. Mia. XX'Al.'l'l4R ti. SIRI-III.NIANi-Ccntral Wcslcyan Col- Icgu. A, B.: XX'ashington University, A. M.: I'lws1rs. MISS MARY .IANII S'I'IfIDliSIANN7Univcrsity of Illinois. B. S.: Xx'.lShll'1l.1lUl1 University, A. M.: Iizoloqrf. MR. l lfO MCTKINNIfY7Southt'ast Missouri State College. Pm. S.: Missouri University. A. M.: Chtfmrstru. MR. RIAX CONNI-RS-XVarrcnshurg Teachers Collcgc. B. S.: University ol' Missouri. A. M.: Bioloqtf. QC!! MISS l:ll5l.lfN MARY DUNNl3l.I.Y-Xyashington Univcr- MISS l,Iil.IAIfI"I'A BRL'NS+XVashington Univcrsity, A. l5,: sity. A, BH A. M.: Lrrrrn, A. M,: Matht'n1aI1'r's. Miss Btisstil .I. XVOI.I?NIlR-Milwaukcc-Downer College, Miss Bliss HovvAietJ-Randolph.Maron. A, B.: Univt-r A. B.: New York University, A, M.: lfrvnrh. sity of Chicago. A. M,: Malhwmrlirs. MISS RL"I'lI XV. ROTIISCTIIIIIU-Vvhishington University. MISS l.L'I.L' TL'RNIfR-Univcrsity of Missouri, A. B.. A. B.. A. Mm Spanish, B, S.: Columbia University. A. M,: Mullvt-nmrrrs. Miss Mrxiziif GUNZAI.Illj-XVashington Univtrrsirv. A. Bs Miss Aricii- Ariat-iticiisfwashingron Univ-ursiiv. A. 15,1 A. M.: Spanish. M. A.: Ma1hcma1r'rs. Miss Donnelly: Miss XVolfncr, Miss Rothschild. Miss Cionlalw, Miss Bruns. Miss Alhcrici. Miss iliurnvr. Miss lloward wt Qi Prwt' Iflt'L'i'n 1 fi' .4 Mr. Dennis. Miss Haack. Mrs. l.amar, Mr. Beisel. Miss Murray. Miss l.ischer, Mrs. Jenkins, Miss lletti bone, Mrs. G'Selle. :- CLCM MR. HOWARD DENNIS-Northwest Missouri State Col- MISS ZI2I.I.A MLFRRAYW-Carleton College. A. B.II.I'hI'tl- lege. B. S.: University of Missouri, A. M.: lmlus- firm. lr1'r1fAr1s. , , 1 MISS HIZLIEN C. LISCIIIQR-Serrtftury to the Prtnripzll. Miss Iioiaiiwciia HAACK-K. S. A. C. College. B. S.: Home lfmnunrtts. MISS LILY S. JIiNKINSvXVashington University, A. M.: MRS. ous IMIAR-William Woods College. A, A., 1"b'f"""" Missruri University, B. S.: Home Et'tJfl0fTIlvt'S. MISS SARAH PIVIATIBONIf-Ofiu' Rl'tll'SlFt1I'. MR. DAVID XV. BIflSIiI.-Colorado State College of MRS. G'SIiI.I,IE-Ohio State University, B, S.: cTUl.t'lt'flit1 lielueatitz-n. A. B,. M. A.: Mechaniic'uI Drrzwtng. Manager. Miss Alwlwott. Miss Hammond, Miss Briscoe, Mr. Chambers. Page TLL'e1L'e MISS DOROTHY ABBOTT-University of Nebraska. B. M. A.: Commercial. MISS EDITH HAMMOND-XX'ashingron University. A, B.. lA. M.: Commerf1'uI. MISS LAURA BIZISCZLJIE--Washington University. A. B.. A. M.: Commercial. MR. F. R. CHAMBIERS-Cornell College, A. B.: Iowa University. A. M.: Co-ordtnutor. Nliss Smmpcr. Mr. Rcisscn. Mr. MR. O. II. RllxxlNfNorlliwcslcrn Univcrsitv. M. M.. l71.AIll'i.I lfzsllumiinlill illzzszr. MISS INIARY KM' SIUXXIPI-R+Llnivui-siiv ot' Missouri. A. B.: L'nivvrsitx' ol' Micliigmi. A. M.: Youll Musik. MR. .IAMIVS IIARXIUN--Soulliunsi Missouri Slnlt Collcgc, Pm. S.: Sintc Luiivcrsilv ol' Iowa. A. M.: Ari. MR. .IUIIN I AXLifLlIllVL'I'5llY ol' Ljlllillllllf, A. A.: Uni- vcrsiiv of Ioxixi M. A.: O1'il7i'.s1r'u. MR. Iii! MlNuts-V-Uiiivvrsilv ot' Missouri. Pm. S.: Ari. MISS YIRMINLX IUliXL'SfMissouri ilicaclwrs Collcuc. B. S.: Cfolumliin LIlllX'cl'siIX'. M. A.: lJf7u.s1i'uI lfiiinizliozi. MRS. Ifl URI NCI- AIAXVKil'II--XVLNIITJINPIOII College. B. S.: Ilumik MISS YIIQILINIA Ill XVXI'IS7L'iiivcrsitv of Missouri. IH S.. Lll1iYx'l'NllN' ot Nui' York. A. INI.: l'l7i1.s1'ii1l lfilu iulzim. Mr. Mcngcs. Iliirmon. Mr. l in Miss Ill-ll-N Muii-i.AX'vlIi-slci' Ciolli-gc. A. B.: Cu. C' lumliisr L'nix'uisi1x' M. A.: Sr1piw'r'1soi: ol' PIYIISHIII Ifiliziillivim. f MINS lUL'ISl liL7l!lM7XTUriivc1sily ol' low.i. li. S.: Uriivvrsili' of Nlirhiiwi- M- A-1 l'husm11 lfffwflllfirvl MR. 'II I. 'l'L'RISl vu ii. ,Soiiiliii-cgi Siiii- Ili-.iflim Ciol lugs. li. S.: L'nivcrsily ot Colorado. A. M.: .Sulwlif MR. CHURLEI- RM--XVJ'-liinglon Uniwrsilv. li. S.: 1f1fl1H1fH"7- l . ,' "'l'W'1 NI""'U"l' Mia. cgi ,iiuixuil A. Mriii - wiiiiiv.-mir' .ii lllii1ms,I1i.S.. , , , , , , IJIYUAIIAII I"ilru'r1I11in. MR. I Il BURN M, OKIIs--Univcrsilv oi Mirliignn. B. S.: XXIJSIIIIIIQIUII L'iiix'cisilv, M. S.: Hiirzllly und IIIYUXIUII MR. HENRY SCIIl-XIXIIR7L'iiivci'silv ol Missouri. IH S.: 1"ifiii'i1lnui, IIIYUNHIII Ifiiuiillii Miss Dirus. Mis. Ymvgcr. Miss XV.ills. Miss Mniilcv. Mr. R.1u. Mr. Orlis. Mr. 'Iir1i'lwvillu Mr. Mulil Miss Robison. Mr. Slicmmcr. Page Thl.I'It'l'l7 iuing fhrough earning At University City High School we like to think that along with classroom activity, we are learning how to live in an ever changing world. Here we receive not only knowledge, but also valuable lessons in the exercise of responsibility, initiative, and leadership. Here is fostered in each individual a loyal devotion to the ideals of his school. Here are engendered feelings of re- sponsibility to the community in whose life the ever growing school system occupies such a prominent place. To our school which teaches us living through learning, we pay tribute. Page Fourteen if f fff 14 X -15, . L ., S i x Q N x X AAAA A S Jf w.f S gp X is az- 2, 1 l xr x QR SS sl. if Q AQ 3 T' Q. Q , f ,gfif . S? I .. .X , W 1l""xf'Sv QP' inf' ' aaa' . vw. '--. .rv-f"""K' Q. if if 3 ' 4 X does - ' ' 1 o - . gysm XNQIA HOW' thu BURTON AI3I5R llc rlirlzs in his field. Camera Club Z. 3, 4 President: Bowling Club 3. 4: Prof jectionest Club SecretaryfTreasurer 3: Chemistry Club 3 Dial Stall' 4: Tom-Tom Stafl' 4. Stxtttvtatttx RUTH ALTMAN Her virtues are many Her faults are fetu. Individual Sports 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3 Secretary Treasurer: G. A, A. 4: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Honor Pins Z, 3. STAN ANIICK You tan do tt'hatet'er you think you can. RICIIARID ANDIZRSON lie merry. you liue only onref March I3and Z: Concert I3and Z. eniorri THOMAS R. ANot5itsoN Outstanding qualities make an outstanding person. Football Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Baseball Z, 3. 4: Track Z, 3. 4: Tribe 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3. 4: A Cap' pella Choir Z: House of Representatives 3. 4: Student Council 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: President of Senior Class 4: Pep Club 3, 4. IVIARVIN ANSFI. He draws friends toward him. Spokes 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Stamp and Coin 2: Serenata 3: Senior Play 4: Dial Staff 2, 3. 4. IVIAURIEFN I.OUISIf ARTIIUR Unforyettable. in every way. Operetta Z: Serenata 3: A Cappella Choir Z. 3. 4: Honor Pin Z, 3. 4: Student Tutor Z. 3: Tutor Award Z: House of Representatives Z, 3: Secretary Z: Student Council 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Prom Committee 3: Volley Ball Z, 3: Sr, Nom. Committee 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Secretary 4: Ci. A. A. Z, 3. 4, Vice-President 4: Hockey Z, 4: Dial Staff 3. 4: French Club 2. 3. 4: Chairman 3. Dial SIafI' 4: Show Boat 4: l95Z Football Queen. KIQNNFTII A. AUGUSTIN Men of few words are the best men. Vlrestling 3. 4: Cross Country 4: Badminton 4: Ping Pong 4. BETTY ANN BAKISR Sugar and spice And euerythiny nite. A Cappella Z. 3. 4: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z: Hockey 3, 4: Operetta Z: Serenata 3. KIZNNIETII BALK You yotta he a football hero, Football 2. 3, 4: Track Z. 3. 4: Tribe 3, 4: Dial Staff 3: Math Club 4: Swimming Team Z: House of Representa- tives 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4. IVIARCIA I,YNNIf BAMI3IfRCiIiR Education comes first. French Club 3. 4: Honor Pin Z, 3: Student Tutor 2, 3: Individual Sports Z: Strut and Fret 4, MYLA Joi' BARIS Her heart warming smile makes you foryet your troubles. C. A. A. Z, 3. 4. Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4. I Z. 3. 4: I.eaders Club Z. 4: Sr. Nominating Committee 4. Aber Altman Amick R. Anderson T. Anderson Ansel Q M Arthur Augustin Baker Page Sixteen President 3: U. Club 3, 4: I.atin Club 3, 4: Honor I in Balk Bamberger Barts Cfaaa o ' BEVERLY BARNES Schools all right if you like it. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 5. Treasurer 4: U. Club 3, 4: Taberna 4: Individual Sports Z, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 4: Honor Pin 3, 4: Hockey 4: Dial Staff 4. CAROL JEAN BARNEY Sincerity gives wings to power. Ci. A. A. 4: Taberna 4: A Cappella Choir 2. 3: French Club 3. 4: Student Tutor 3: Honor Pin 3: Dial Staff 3. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Operetta Z: Serenata 3. DOROTHY BARTLETT Pleasantly nice and nicely pleasant. Concert Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Tri-Y Chaplain 2. Secretary 3. Chaplain 4: Pep Club 4: Spokes 3. 4. THEODORE S. BAUMGARTEN W'hat's wrong with easy living? Football 2: Basketball 2: Wrestling 2. ELAINE Sure BECKIVIAN Always even tempered. Individual Sports 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Basketball 4. BETTY BENDER What she does, she does well. GLORIA BERGER If there's a way, shell find il. Honor Pin 3: Taberna 2.4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Individual Sports 4: Dial Staff 3: Student Tutor 3. STUART BERNSTEIN There eomes a man of leisure. Football Z: Chemistry Club 3: Projection Club 3, Ci-IARLIQS IT. BETZ On Ihe Held. on the floor. on the track. Our bigqesl bet is Betz. Football Z, 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Tribe Z. 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z. 3.: Pep Club 3, 4. LYNN BIERMAN Casual lhouyhls are sometimes of areal value. Taherna Z: Strut and Fret Z. 3: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: Spokes Z. 3. NANCY JEAN BIRK Always ready to do her best. G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Taberna Z. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Dial Staff 3. 4: Spokes 3: Operetta Z: A Cappella Choir Z: Pep Club Z. 3. 4. HARRIET LESLIE BIRNBAUM U. CiIy's Blond Bombshell House of Representatives 3. 4: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Leaders Club 2. 4: A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Serenata 3: Oper- ctta Z: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Ci. A. A. 4. 3 5 A I ' ii J wt- '- ' -1-. f"I'f'2" +1" - "5 1 y e ,-ii: sf .g:. 'DN 'A if 11' is f 1 nl 3 3 I M 7 1 li " . .' x 6 4 FQ! .1 at Paae Sevenleen BOB BLATT Going, but not forgotten. SANDRA SUE BLOCK A smiling face, a charming girl. Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 3: Individual Sports 2, 3: Dial 4: House of Representatives 4: Tom Tom Staff 3, 4: Associate Editor 4: Business Manager 5. ANITA MARLENE BLOOM Still achieving. still pursuing. Taberna 2. 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Serenata 3: Operetta 2. REINE CLAIRE BLY Lice and lct Live. A Cappella Choir 2: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Tabsrna Z. 3: G. A. A. 2: Operetta 2. 1-lt3I.c,A BOEHM She mliccs U. City with hcr European charm. BENJAMIN BCXER Thfre's nevcr a dull moment when Btn is around. Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Baseball 2: Table Tennis 3: Senior Assembly 4: Spokes 4: Chess and Checkers 4. Page Eighteen Blatt Block Bloom Boehm Boxer Brady NANCY BRADY Her happiness is contagious. JUNE BRECKENRIDGE Sincerity in every endeavor. Student Council 3, 4: House of Representatives 2: Band 3: A Cappella Choir 2: Taberna 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Honor Pin 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Operetta 2. NIAXINE BRIMBLE Sweet and lovely. G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Hockey 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Yolgey Ball 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3: Pep Club DONALD M. BROOKS Faithful to his own high convictions. Cross Country 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4. GEORGE BURGET No worry. no hurry: just life as it comes. WARREN CAPLAN Many are called. but few are chosen. Tennis Team Z, 3. 4: Archery 4: Football 2: Student Tutor 3. eniord Breckenridge Brimble Brooks Burget Caplan Cfadfi o ' l'ARl. S'll'l'lll'N CllANtiAR sl in-fitlemtm and ruorthu !riu7ti. l3aseliall 2. l3amltetl1all 2: l7ootlwall l. 3: Senior Play 4: Dial Stall' 4. XVAI,'I'l5R CLARK ixlllllltlltl lmres me. A Cappella Choir 1. 3. 4: Opeietta Z: Serenata 3. llAlQllll'l Ctllll-N llunior ia the hurmonrf of the heart. Strut and lret 2. Vire President 3: Individual Sports 2. 3: llep Cluli Z: A Cappella Choir 2. 5lANl l'l CUII All lllerixtire lvetrire htixinrsx. A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Serenata 3: Operetta l XYiestling 4. Sliowlmat 4. XVII l IAM Cl AY'lL3N CUXK'l3l5RY 1311 the twirl? tu' kmrte' the turrlzrmm, Marching l3and 1. 3. 4: Concert l3and l. 3. 43 lli'Y 1: House ot Representatives 3. 4 ilireasurer: Swimming 'lieam 3: l'ep Clulw l. 3: Senior Play 4: Honor llin 3: Spolrex 3: Student lutor l. 3: lrack 4: Dial Stall 3. 4: Orchestra 4: Student Council 4. Ioxt C.. Cox tSUl7lL'llI77t.X Mmltrvtj. .xorm-Itr77t's seriottx. t1ILL't1t1.s frtrmlltf. liootliall lx XVrestling 3. 43 l3aselaall Z. 3. 4: Cross Country 4: iliraelr 4: Oreliestra 2: Nlarelling Band 2. 3. Drum Nlajor. 4: Concert Band 1. 3. 4: Spokes 1. 3. 4. JUAN XVINSVON CliAlN Oh lfhtlf it uirl ahe ts' I-irii-mlly. loutil. modest. llouse ol Representatives 3: Dial Stall Z. 3: Ci. A. A, l 3. 4: Operetta Z: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Individual Sports 1. 4: lloeltey 4: A Cappella Choir 1: Spanish Club 3: Spokes 2. 3: Honor Pin 3. 4. l.ARRY CRAY!-N let us rruoil Itle tL'h1It' LLK' ttm. l7ootlwall lg Matching Band l. 3, 4: Concert Band 3. 4. Cliaugai Clai lx Cohen is A . lndian l'ow-Vfow. lil333'ARl3 ClilSlAl Qualities lhul pronnat' .stnit.x.s. Honor Pin 3. 4: 'lirilae Z. 3, 4: l3aslretliall 1. 3. 4: Cross Country 3: liootlvall 4: lraelr 3. 4: l3asel1all 1. 4: l'ep Club 4: House oi' Reprwsentatives 3. 4. lVlARX'lN CYTRON l'II either find u wut! or nmki' one. A Cappella Choir 3: lfield and lforext 3. Chairman 4: Pronitetionist Clulu 3. SAxit'tft DARIHICK xl ,Ut'f.NUl7tll1ltl that nmhi-.s l'm'mi.s: ti lwuultxf that liven-N tlivm. Student Tutor 2. 3. 4: lutor Award 3: Chairman 4: Honor Pin Z. 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Mall: Club 2. 3. 4: Student Council 4. Sil l'l'lll'N CHA' lDARlUlCK Kr7oLL'lrr1qe is ptiterr. A Cappella Choir. 2, 3, 4: Golf 3: Serenata 3: Uperetla li Showlwoat 4. Collar Cowtlerv Cox 3 .1 Iv' K 3 ii rfgff .f" Crain Craven Cristal Cvtren Samuel Dardielx Stephen llardielt lltltlt' iv!V7l'1t't'l7 b a iootbeu haw. ro Q dl have YCU do BOB DIEANE He who pleases others prodts himself. IVIAX DIERTKE A man of the world. ARLENE DIAMOND lt's a pleasure to know her. Individual Sports 3, 4: Serenata 3: Taberna 2. DORIS JOAN DIAMOND Good nature without disguise. G. A, A. 4. Deane Dertke A. Diamond ' Il" q,.. 1 ' it Qbbrz I I 4 ff Q it f .: ...: EE: EA Dorfman Dorman Drury Page Twenty Talwerna 2, 3, 4: Serenata 3: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Dial Stall 3. 4: Tom-Tom Staff 3: Pep Club 4' eni0rJ PATRICIA DINSMORE A friend to many friends. G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Marching Band 2 3. 4: Taberna 2, 4: Individual Sports 2: Serenata Z, Senior Assembly 4: Dial Staff 4. PAUL DIPROSPERI2 Worry hills men: why die? IVIILLIE DORIIMAN Her winning personality speaks for itself. Taberna 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: Pep Club 4: G. A. A. 4. JOEL J. DORMAN "The Smile." RON DRURY Give me the opportunity and I will move the world. Senior Play 4: Field and Forest 4: Senior Assembly 4. ROBERT F. DUGGER His ability is his advantage. Tribe 3. 4: Track 2. 4: Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4: Football 2. NANCY LYNN EASON No hurry. no scurry Just life as it comes. Pep Club 4: Tri-Y 2.4: G. A. A. 3: Hockey 2: Basket- ball 2, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Volley Ball Z. 4. CHARLES LOUIS EDSON 'Tis the mind that makes the man. Dial Staff 3, 4: House of Representatives 2: Student Council 3, 4: Tom-Tom Staff, Co-Editor 3: Honor Pins Z. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Math Club Z. Vice-President 3. President 4: Pen-in-I-land Z, 3: Current Events Club Z, President 3, 4: Chess and Check- ers Secretary 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Student Tutor Z. 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4. D. Diamond Dinsmore Dfi Prospert f' ' . ,P ' Dugger Eason 3 is :- Edson Cjfaaa o ' PATRICIA JANIE EDVJARDS Learn to make Ihe most of life. Pep Club Z. 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3,41 'l'.1b:rna 3. 4: Sere- nata 3: lndividual Sports Z. RO'l3liR'l' ElSlfN I never let studies inlerfere with my education. A Cappella Choir Z. 3: Dial Staff 3: Football 2: Operf etta 2: Serenata 3. ANN LEE El.l.lVlAN Always filled with eheer. Commercial Club Z: lndividual Sports 3: Ci. A. A. 4. BETTY JEAN EMIERT The merriesi of the lot. A Cappella Choir Z, 3: Individual Sports 3: Operetta Z Senior Play 4: Strut and Frei 2, 3. KlfNNli'l'l'l lfSCO'TT Arn I ever vexed with heavy cure? Football Z: Baseball 3: Track 2: Camera Club 3. lVlARlI.YN FADIEM The only way to have a friend is to be one. Spanish Club Z: Individual Sports Z. 3: Math Club 3, 4 G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 4. JOHANN lVlAY l:AUl3lfl. Our ideals are our beller silver. G. A. A. 2: Hockey Z: Individual Sports Z. SUSAN l:lfCHNlfR Sunny smiles and winsome wiles. A Cappella 2. 4: lndividual Sports 2: Pep Club 2, 3, Ci. A. A. 2: Spanish Club 3: Operetta 2. RAYMOND FIZLDMAN W'hen lhere is nothing lo do nighls. I may study. Marching Band Z. 3. 4: Concert Band Z. 3, 4: Arehary 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2. THOMAS J. FIERRIS Puls his all into ull. 'liraek 2, 3. 4: Cross Country 3. 4: Tribe Z. 3, 4: Bowl- ing Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 4: A Cappella 4. CAROLYN .lliAN l7Il7IlEl.D lVhen you mee! her: she hei'on7es your friend. Senior Nominating Committee 4: A Cappella Z. 3, 4' Ci. A. A. Z, 3: Pep Club 3. 4: Individual Sports Z. 3, 4: Hockey Z: Honor Pin 3: Operetta Z: Serenata 3: Spokes 4. JERRY lVlARVlN lTllXlAN A leader of Ulhe boys". Student Tutor Z: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 3 3. 4: French Club Z, 3: Chemistry Club. gl we vi Page Twenty-one STANLEY PINK A man to look up to. Basketball 2: Track 2. BARBARA FISHER The quantity may be small, but the quality is big. Jennings: House of Representatives 4: Pep Club 4: Taberna 4. SHIRLEY JEAN FLEGEL If any of as has no enemies: it is she. Pep Club 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 4: Individual Sports 2, 4: Taberna 3. 4: Serenata 3. DONALD H. FOSHER With malice toward none." Pen in Hand 3' St , , amp and Coin 2: Baseball 2, 4: Current Events 2: Chemistry Club 3: Pep Club 4: Honor Pin 3: Senior Assembly 4. MICKEY FRANKLIN Sh ' ' es sure to hit the highest note. on the keyboard of life. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Secretary of Senior Class 4: Junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee 3, Chairman: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Math Club 3: Phill Operet - oogy Workshop 3: ta 2, Serenata 3: Senior' Assembly. 4. SANFORD EREDMAN We'ue enjoyed knowing him. Dial Staff, 4. Page Twenty-two Fisher Y I , ' e n i 0 rd ri ..i f i V' yV,, A Fink ky ,f,Li '..Q'f:: f m, 1 Flegel . Fosher Franklin Fredman G. Friedman R. Friedman Gallant Gallup Garden Gast GEORGE FRIEDMAN "What are the odds?" A Cappella Choir 2. 3: Strut and Fret 3: Ping Pong 3. RITA ERIEDMAN Has personalit d y an charm. G. A. A. 4: Taberna 4: Pep Club 4: Individual Sports 4: Dial Staff 4. BYRON NIORTON GALLANT Thafs my boy! Football 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Golf 2: A Cappella Choir 4: Math Club 3: Tribe 3, 4: House of Representatives 4: Philology Workshop 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Showboat 4. LEE GALLUP Sweet and talented is our Lee On stage or off she's a delight to see. Honor Pin 3: Spanish Club 3 4' S . . , Strut and Fret 2, 3, 4, ecretary 3. Pep Club 3, 4: Tom-Tom Staff 4: Operetta 2: Pen In Hand 4: A Cappella Choir 2: Senior Play, 4. ROBERT GARDEN Wonder is h t e seed of science. Chemistry Club, President 3: Bowling Club 2: Projec- tionist Club 3: Math Club 4. LYNN GAST Qualities lhat promise success. Pep Club 2. 3, President 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: G. A. A, 2, 3, 4: Spokes 2, 3, 4: U. Club 4: Hockey 3, 4. CALM o ' SlIIRI.IiY JOYCIQ GAYLOR Such common sense is not so eonmnm. A Cappella Choir Z: Operetta 2. IVIYRNA GIfRS'I'liIN Sweet and pelzle. House of Representatives 3: Dial Staff 4: Taberna Z. 3, 4: Pep Club 4: G. A. A. 4: Serenata 3: Individual Sports 4: Spokes, GLORIA GILLUNI lVhaI she does she does with ease. Clayton High Z. 3, G. A. A. 4: Strut and Iiret 4: Taberna 4: A Cappella Choir 4. I.IONI3I, GlI.I.IiRNIAN Courage mounts with oecusion. Swimming Team Z. 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Chess and Checkers 3: Philology Workshop Z: Math Club 4: Physics Club 4: Ping Pong 3. HAROLD GLASSINIAN If you try hard enough. you're bound to sucteed. Iiootball Z. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Track Z. 3, 4 Cap- tain Z: Tribe Z. 3. 4: Tom-Tom 4. CaRo1.i'N I3sTi51.i.i2 GLAZIIER A perfeet mr'.x:rure of charm, personality. and iinlellryenee. House of Representatives Z: Individual Sports Z. 3: Pen- in-Hand 2.4: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Cr. A, A. 3, 4: Philologv Wlorkshop Z. 3. 4: Chemistry Club 3: Honor Pins Z. 3: Dial. NIORTON I.liIf GOI7I3STIilN Care is an enemy of life. Swimming 2. 3, 4: Football Z. 4: Basketball 2. 4: Base' ball 4. CARI. GOLDFR 11's not quantity but qualify that eounls. Track 3, 4: Tribe 3. 4: Wrestling 4, RADINIE GOLDlfR Siilenee is yolden: bu! rsn'I money the root of all evil? Taberna Z: Individual Sports Z. 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3: Honor Pins 2, 3: Pep- Club Z. 3. 4. Gaylor Gerstein Gillum we . Goflstein C. Golder R. Goldcr Two heads are better than one. ANNA I.Iili CiOI.DNIAN Alyres enthusiasm is an example lo all of us. Senior Assembly 4: G, A. A. Z. 4: A Cappella Choir Z. 3, 4: Taberna Z. 3. Treasurer 4: Dial Staff 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spokes 3: Operetta Z: Individual Sports Z: Serenata 3, CAROI, ITAY GOI,DS'I'I:IN The will is the thing. Soldan'Blewett 5. I-OIS GOLDSTPIN She dances her way mio the hearls of all. Taberna Z. 3. 4: House of Representatives Z. 3: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Serenata Z, 3.4: Honor Pin 2.3. Gillerman Glassman Glazier Goldman C, Goldstein I.. Goldstein Page 'liwenly-lhree a-, O ...ef wcwf' . Opal to The wmnmg 6 STANLIEY IVIARVIN GOODMAN Experience is achieved by industry. Track Z, 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4: Baseball 2: Ping Pong 3, 41 Badminton 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 32 Bowling Club. VICKI CiOORMAN "Art is nor a thing: it is a way." Serenata 3: Honor Pin 3: Chess and Checkers 4: Philology XVorkshop 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Showboat, IiI.AINI: Tom' GORDON A pleasant unassuming maid. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 3: Dial Staff 4: Tabernag Spanish Club. Pli'l'li GRAVIQLY Those who lznou: him best like him the most. Southwest High School: Pep Club 3, 4: Spokes 4: Base- ball 3. Goodman Goorman Gordon eniorfi BEVERLY ADITLINI2 GREEN Sure to find her plaee in life. Soldan Blewctt High School: Orchestra 3. 4. ELAINE GRHENBIQRG A'Elaine the fair, Elaine the lovable." Taberna Z, 3: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spokes 2, 3: Individual Sports Z. 4. DAVID T. GROBIER I can resist everything except temptation. House of Representatives 3: Baseball Z. GORDON A. GRUNDIVIANN Modesty cannot be taught. It must be born. Track 2, 4: Cross Country 4: Tennis 3, 4: Hi-Y Secre- tary 2: Secretary-Treasurer' 3. IVIARTHA HAMILTON Find the richness of the day by enjoying little things. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4: F, T. A. Club Treasurer' 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 4: Operetta 2: Individual Sports 4: Serenata 3: House of Representatives 4. SONDRA HAIKIPTON Miss America of 1954. Pep Club 2: A Cappella Choir 2: Commercial Club 2: Bowling Club 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3: G. A. A. 2, 3: U. Club Sergeanbat-Arms 3. 4: Hockey 2, 3: Basketball Z, 3: Volleyball 2. KAY LUCY I'IAMMO'ND impulsive. earnest, sincere, and sweet. Dial Staff 4: Individual Sports 2, 4: U. Club 3, 4: Spokes 3, 4: French Club Z, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: A. A. 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 2. TIEDD HANSIIN 3VheIher in water or track, Tedd's fast. Ifootball Z: Track 3: Cross Country 4. Gravely Green Greenberg l 4 Grobcr Grundmann Hamilton Page Twenty-four Hampton Hammond Hansen C4166 o '52 VIRGINIA IIANSIVIAN Completely natural, completely charming. Individual Sports Z, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4.1 Pep Club Z, 3.4: U. Club 3: Treasurer 4: Dial Staff 2. 3. 4: Operetta 2: Spokes Z. 3. 4. MAY I.. HARDY Shes as pleasant as she appears. Triea Z: G. A. A. Z. r JIQANINIE HARRIS She possesses the magnet of friendship. NANCY ANN HARRISON A striking appearance with a more striking personality. G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Treasurer-President: Cheerleader' 4: Dial Staff 4: French Club 3, 4: Riding Club 2, 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: A Cappella 2: Honor Pin 3: U. Club 3, 42 Student Tutor Z: Sports 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. NORMAN HAUSPATER Deeds, not words. A Cappella Choir Z. 3, 4: Golf 3: Seranata 3: Operetta Z: Showboat 4. ANNE HELMAN Do you want my opinion? Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Taberna Z. 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. NANCY HIRSCH Born yesterday? Pep Club Z, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3: Sports 3. 4: Tri-Y Z: After School Sports 2. NORINIA LEE I'IOLI.ANDER How' far this candle throws its beams. Dial Staff 3. 4: Philology Workshop Z. 3: Individual Sports Z. 3: Taberna 2. 3, 4: House of Representative Secretary 4: Pep Club 3. 4: G. A. A. 4: Honor Pins 2, 3. 4: Student Tutor 3: Student Council. 4. Rosns HOWARD Just plain Rosie. BARBARA ANN I-IOVVIfI,I. Sharp as a barb and good for a howell House of Representative 4: U. Club 3, 4: A Cappella Choir Z: G, A, A. Z. 3. 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Spokes Z. 3, 4: Individual Sports Z, 3. 4. ..IL'DI'I'll I'ICVVIfR'I'GN Artions speak louder than words. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z. 3: U. Club 4: Cr. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Operetta Z: Hockey 3: House of Repref senlative Z: Serenata 3: Individual Sports Z, 3, 4. DAVID HUNs1CKER Has lively and spry and game to try. Marching Band Z. 3: Concert Band 2. 3: Orchestra 3: Baseball 2. 3: Ifootball 4: Basketball 2, 4: Track 4: Dial Staff 4: Tribe 3, 4: Wrestling 3: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: House of Representatives 4: Sergeant-at4 Arms 4. . 5 ig rg! nuii 2 z fy : . ' .. , , f-" V i f 4 'r . . . If 'Qje 2 it at Page Twentyffiue fi 'V it J J1 if . 3 I F 1 5 K f , ,., eniora Hunsinger H. Hurwitz I.. Hurwitz Hyatt GEORGE HUNSINGER No man is happy who does not think himself so. HOWARD I. HURWITZ A good time is the shortest distance between two dates. M h' arc ing Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Wrestling 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Archery 3. LENORE ROSALYN HURWITZ Sugar and spice and everything nice. I . . , ndividual Sports 2: Spanish Club Z. 3, Vice-President. 4: PepCIubZ34'GAA234 ' ,.,...,.:Taberna2,3,4, Operetta 2: Serenata 2: Current Events Club 4: Spokes 3. BARRY HYATT If you cunt do it, let Hyatt try it. Forest Hills, N. Y. lp Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Concert Band Z. 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Track Z, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4. ELAINE IRIS JACOBSON A combination of many combinations. Troy High School: Individual Sports 3, 4: Dial Staff 43 G. A. A, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. JOHN JONES Now watch thisf Page Twenty-six Jacobson J. Jones R. Jones Julyan Karnes Kelly Kieffer Kleg ROSEMARY YVONNE JONES lt's easy to forgive and forget. Tri-Y 3: Individual Sports 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2: Basketball 4: Volleyball 4. CLAUDETTE EMILY JULYAN One in a million. G. A. A ' ' ,2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Concert 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Taberna: Dial. RAY KARNES We wish we had another like him. Tom KELLY A quiet exterior that conceals many surprises. Baseball 2. 3, 4: Football 2. IVIARGARET KIEFFER The smile that won't come off, Individual Sports 2, 3: Tri-Y 3: Spokes 3, 4: Ci. A. A. 3: Basketball 4. IVIARIAN KLEC1 Variety is the spice of life, and here's one variety. Soldan-Blewett 2: Marching Band 3, 4: Concert Band 3, 4: Biology Club 2. Cfaaa 0 ' KAY KI.IEIBIiR Plenty of ot' brains, plenty of wit, plenty of charm. Ci. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Pep Club Z. Secretary 3. Cheerleader 4: A Cappella Choir Z: Operetta 2: Dial Staff Z. 3. Circu- lation Manager 4: French Club 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3, 4: Basketball Z. 3. 4: Volley Ball 2, 3. 4: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: Spokes 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: House of Representatives 4: Girls Ensemble 4: A Cappella 4. RICHARD PROTZMANN KLINGBEII. The right action at the right time: the right man in all plates. Football Z. 3. 4: Swimming Team Z: Track 2: Baseball 3: Field and Forest Club 3, 4. MARTIN KODNISR A man among men. Concert Orchestra 2. 3. 4. RICHARD ALAN KOl.Kl3R He puts his best foot forward. Track Z: CrossACountry Z. 3: Wrestling 3. 4. BETTY JEAN KOLODNY Those endearing young charms. Beaumont Z. 3: Individual Sports 4. Rosixtlti KoPot.ow A girl that isn't easily forgotten. Soldan-Blewett Z. 3: Pep Club 4: Taberna 4. DOROTHY KDRSCHGEN lt's nice to he natural when youre naturally nice. Taberna 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Individual Sports 2. 3: Honor Pin Z. 3: Dial Staff 4: Hockey Z. CORINNIE KOSLOW Cute and pert with her smile. For a "teddy" be-ar she would walk a mile. Marching Band Z. 3. 4: Taberna 2: G. A. A. Z. 3: Indi- vidual Sports 2. 3. 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4. ELLEN RAE KRLSISMAN Sincerity is a prize accomplishment. Individual Sports 3: Serenata 3: Taberna Z: Pep Club The pause that refreshes. RUBY ANN l,AMsoN Ruby's a real gem. Tri-Y Z. 3. ALAN Cl'IARl.IiS l.ANDl?R The goal line isn't the only line he knou:s. Football 2. 3, 4: Track 2. 3. 4: Wrestling 4: Tribe 2, 3. 4: French Club 3: A Cappella Choir 4: House of Representatives 4: Showboat 4. LEONARD Nl. LANDSBAUM Men like bullets go fastest when they are smoothest. Football 2. 3: Baseball Z, 3. 4: Marching Band 2. 4: Z. 3. 4. Concert Band 2. 4. Kleiber Klingbeil Kodner Kolker Kolodny Kopolow s -9-I 1' rss t 3 in t A l 4 : 1 1: S . 47 N. Q orschgen wiv Koslow Kreisman Lamson I.ander Landsbaum Page Twenty-seut-n . ' ' W M Lickhalter Lide . ,U . YQZCUGD A tvvxtsi sumo' CAROL LEMKEMEIER Ideals-lntegrity-Intelligence. Student Council 4: House of Representatives 4, Secretary: Dial Staff 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: Student Tutor 3, Award 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Taberna 3, 4: Honor Pin Z, 3, 4: Spokes 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. ROBERTA LOIS LEVY A Pocket Edition. Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Chess and Checkers 3: G. A. A. 2, 4. STANLEY I. LEVY Lcaue it to Leuyl Tribe 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Base- ball Z, 4: Tom-Tom Stall 4. PISOBY LEVY Our daily style show: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Individual Sports 3: G. A. A. 4: House of Representatives 4: Spanish Club 2. Iemkemeier R. Levy S. Levy eniord ROSALIE LIBRACH Her sweet disposition touches each of our hearts. G. A. A. 2, 3.4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Chemistry Club 3: Taberna 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: House of Representatives 4: Sbowboat. CHARLES MARK LICKHALTER He has a way with the girls. Golf Club Z, 3: Bowling Club 2, 3: Tennis 4: Senior Play 4. lVlERLlN EUGENE LICKI-'IALTER He speaks for himself. Pep Club 4: Math Club Z. 3, 4: Current Events Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Chess and Checkers 2, 3 Sergeant-at-Arms, 4: Pen in Hand 2: Senior Play 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Student Tutor 2. 3: Dial Staff 4. JACK LIDE Well boys, what'll we do tomorrow night? Bowling Club 2, 3: Swimming Team Z. RAY LIEBER I could tell these teachers a few facts! Strut and Fret: Pep Club: Archery. PETER WILLIAM LIKES A hard worker, a ine fellow, everyones friend. Senior Nominating Committee 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3. 4: House of Representatives 3 Vice Chairman, 4 Vice Chairman: Honor Pin 2, 3: Student Tutor 2: A Cappella 2. ANDREW LINDQUIST Quality counts for continued success. House of Representatives 4: Chemistry Club 3: Swim- ming Team 3: Marching Band Z, 3, 4: Concert Band Z, 3, 4. JOANN MARIE LIPEL lt's easier to smile than frown! G. A. A. 2: Tri-Y 3: Individual Sports 3. T. Levy Librach C. Lickhalle A . :lil I .:'. ' . 2 WSE3' , K, " : :V I . S . . L gf ig 3 r Page Twenty-eight . .,.... .:.. 5 Lieber Likes Lindquist Lipel Camo ' HARRIET LISS A friendly smile for all. G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Indi- vidual Sports 3, 4. LOIS CLAIRE LOCHHEAD A girl of many talents. Pep Club 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 3: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Taberna 2: Serenata 3. JOHN LOGEL What would life be if l took it seriously? Bowling Club 2. 3: Senior Play 4. DAVID A. LONDE Sincerity is the keynote of his personality. lVIARLENE FLORENCE LORANDOS A story for every occasion. A Cappella Choir 2. 3: G. A. A. 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3: Operctta 2: Serenata 3: Spokes 2. SHIRLEY LUGGER No trouble do I haue beyond today. Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4. JUNE LYON Smile and the world smiles with you. Philology Workshop 3. 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spokes 3, 4: Taberna 2. 3: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Dial Staff 4: Individual Sports 3. GARY ALLAN IVIADDEN Personality plus. Wrestling 2. 3. 4: Crosscountry 2: Track 2: Honor' Pin 2: Student Tutor 3: Dial Stall 4: Tom Tom Stalf 4 Editor. KATHIE lVlALPE Her smile is meant for all. Soldan-Blewett: Pep Club 3. 4: Strut and Fret 3, 4: Dial Staff 3. 4: Taberna 4. NIARSHALL STANLEY IVIANNE Every man is the architect of his own fortune. Baseball 2. 3, 4: Football 2: Philology Workshop 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3. ARTHUR SIDNEY NIARGULIS lf I don't speak for myself, who will? House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4: Student Tutor 3: Baseball 2. 3, 4: Dial Staff 3: Spokes 3, 4. GABRIEL MARKISOHN A champion in all he undertakes and he undertakes all. Track captain 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor Z, 3. 4: Vice- President of Student Body 4: House of Representatives 3, 4: Math Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3. 17 .... . 1, Page Twenty-nine JERRY MARTIN Service with unquestioning loyalty. Tribe 3.4: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: B k as etball 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4. 'I-ERRYE IVIATHIS Sincerity comes from within. Torn-Tom Staff 2: Spanish Club 3, 4' Dial Staff 4: Individual sports 41 Pep Club 4. o. Af A. 4. HOWARD l. IVICKEE. JR. Life is a series of hurdles easily cleared. Field and Forest 2. 3, 4 President: Wrestling 2: Hi-Y 2. 3 ViceAPresident, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms: Marching Band 2. 3. 4: Concert Band 2, 3. 4' Sookes 2 3 4' Tr k 2 . , , , . , ac Manager: Concert Orchestra 2, 4. BOB IVICCLURE To know him is to admire him, Football 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Tribe 3 4. Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, Concert Orchestra 4. Y EVELYN MAY IVICKINNEY She has hidden abilities. G. A. A. 2. 3: U. Club 3: Hockey 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: Individual Sports 2. GEORGIA MCMANUS The social smile-the sympathetic tear. U. Club 4: Pep Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Tom-Tom Stafl' 4: Honor Pins 3: Dial Staff 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2' Basketball 2' Volleyball 2 H , , : ouse of Representatives 4. Page Thirty Martin Mathis McKee McClure Meade JASON DON MCMANUS He's all things to all people-yet never anything but Jason. Student Council 3, 4 President: Pen-In-Hand 2 Vice- President. 3 Vice-President, 4: Philology Workshop 2, 3: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Harvard Book Award 3. GEORGE E. MEADE I can because I think I can. Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 4: Football 2: Bowling Club Z, 3. HARVEY B. MELNICK Silence is one great art of conversation. Current Events Club 2. 3: Dial Staff 4: Chess'Checkers Club 3. KEN A. IVIEINECKE He is a leader of men-women tool Student Council 3. 4 Treasurer: Student Tutor 3: Senior ominatmg Committee 4, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3: Vice-President of Senior Class 4, CLYDE lVlEYER He thinks twice before he speaks and then is silent. JAY MEYER He is capable of imagining all, arranging all, and doing all. Treasurer of Senior Class 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Current Events Club 2, 3 Vice-President. 4: Chemistry Club 3 Vice-President: Chess and Checkers Club 3. 4: Student Council 4: House of Representatives 2: Math Club 2, 3, 4: Philology Workshop 3, 4: Dial Staff 3 Business Manager, 4 Business Manager. 8I'll0l'd McKinney G. McManus J. McManus Melntck Memecke C. 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I l'cp Club l, 3. 4: Strul and lircl Z. 3: A Cappella Liu "'l"'1jm'f"f' . . . . . . 111 1111' 111312 hi 11115 111 1111. Lboir 2. 3. 4: lndividiial Sports 4: Opcrctta 2: Scrcnata , , , 1. 'lflxlwrna 4. Dial Slim- 3' 41 G' A4 A, lv 3. 4- Marching Band 1, 3. 4: Concrrrl Band 2. 3. 4: Chemistry Club 3: 'l-unnis 3. 4: Chess and Cbcckcrs 3: Malli Club .IoAN Moi.Asi4r 3. 4: HifY 1. 3. A 1Jlf1 Lklllfh tl 111111r1'. lfl.AlNl1 ROSI5 lNlURCEANS'lilfRN 4 IDAVIID llll. f3l.SCllVs'ANL1l R Sh., Sem ,hc SIWPSA lm 1'11n11'r7I1'11' LL1Ih 1110. .such us 11 1.x. Student 'l'utor 4: lndividual Sports Z. 3. 4: Pop Club 2, Cuiicnt lfvcnls Club 2: Marching Band Z. 3. 43 'l'1'nnis 3, 4: l7rcncb Club Z. 3: Ci. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Upcrctta 1: llicam 3. 4: Senior Nominating Committcc 4. Concvrt laburna 1. 4: l'3askctball Z: Vollcy Ball 2. Band 2, 3. 4: Baseball 4. Mrycr R. Mover Moyers Nlicncr Millcr Mics Q1 '1 i .... A 1 4- ,,.. ja k vlolasky .I. lVlolasl1y Morganstcrn Moss Mucllcr Olsclnvangcr 1711111' 1711111 11171' 'll. luS' et Bi tlUDI'I'I'I OWIEN Her smile expresses what words cannot tell. Individual Sports 2, 3: Tri-Y 3: Spokes 3. 4: G. A. A. 2 RUI3IiR'I'A ,IIEAN OXIINHANDLER Lovely lo look at: Delightful to know. Senior Nominating Committee 4: Pep Club Z, 3 Cheer- leader. 4: Taberna Z. 3 Vice-President, 4 President Spanish Club Z, 3: I,eaders Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, Junior and Senior Prom Committee 3: Individual Sports 2.2 Spokes Z. 3. 4: Operetta Z: Serenata 3: Showboat 4: Iom-Tom 4. IDOIXHRIQS SUIQ IDATTIZ Poise in a small package Strut and Ifret 2, 3 President. 4 Vice-President: Pen in Hand Z. 4: Iiuture Teachers of America 2: Individual Sports Z, 3, 4: Honor Pin Z. 3. 4: Iirench Club Z. 3: Pep Club3 4: G A A 4 Tb . ,... : a erna 4: After School S O . 41 S ' p rts pokts 4. Pattiz Owen Oxenhandler 9 7ierce Plattner Podhorzer llage Thi: ly Iwo eniorfi JOIiI.I.A PAVIELKA A smiling face accompanied by a hind heart. TrifY 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Excelsior 2: Taberna 3. 4: Concert Band Z. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4. IVIARJORIE CAROL PETERS She makes music' whenever she speaks. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4: Pep- Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 2: Operetta 2: House of Representatives 3, 4: Individual Sports Z. GWIENDA PICKLSRING Shes blaring a trail for herself. G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 3. 4: Serenata 3: Senior Play 4' Honor Pin 3, S okcs 3: . ' p Dial Staff 4: Tom-Tom Staff 4: Spanish Club Z: Hockey 2: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: Showboat 4. BISTTY LEE PIERCE Ever faithful, ever true. Excelsior 2: Pep Club 4: Spokes 3, 4. MARVIN PLATTNER Take life easy. That way it will last longer. Football 2: Baseball 2, 3. 4. ALEXANDER PODHORZER For a friend 1hat's handy, you can rely on Sandy. Football Z: Current Events 3. I'IARRII2TT FRANCIS POGRIELIS She's versatile and vivacious: U. City's answer to the A Bomb. Pep Club, Cheerleader 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader Captain 3. 4: Strut and Fret 3: House of Representatives 2, 3: Student Council 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Taberna 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 2, 4: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Serenata 3: Honor Pin 3: Councilman, High School Day 3: Charm Girl 2. 4: Junior and Senior Prom Committee 3: Operetta Z. Senior Assembly 4. NORTON PoL1NsKY IVhal's so difiicult about life." I just let it alone. Soldan-Blewett. SANFORD PORTIVIAN The will is the thing. Pavelka Pet r. 3 e s I ickerin Pogrelis Polinsky Portman Cyan o ' ALVIN PORTNEY You may lind us tough sir, but you'll find us ready. Football 4: Baseball 3: Basketball 2: Track 4. TOBH' PRICE Her abilities are priceless. House of Representatives 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Math Club Z, 4: Student Tutor Z. 3: Honor Pins 2. 3: Spokes Z. 3: Individual Sports Z. 3, 4. SALLY PUGH She has such winning ways. Tom-Tom Stall. Co-editor 4: U. Club 3. 4 Treasurer: Ci. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Leaders Club Z. 3. 4: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: Honor Pins 2. 3. 4: Student Tutor 2. 3, 4: Dial Staff 3. 4 Assistant Business Manager: Service Award 4. S'I'ANl.liY DAVID RABUSHKA Some of these people are just too obstinate to ayree with me. Wrestling Z. 4: Baseball 2: Football Z: Track Z. BARBARA ANN REDD Truly a worthy friend. G. A. A. 2: A Cappella Choir Z, 3, 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Hockey Z: Basketball Z. 4: Volley Ball Z. 4: Tri-Y 4: Individual Sports Z. 4. ROBIERT RIEDITORD Boldly uentured is half won. lfootball 3. 4: Tribe 3. 4. CAROL RIPPSTUIN She makes the most of every opportunity. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Taberna Z. 3. 4 Vice-President: A Cap- pella Choir 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Spokes 3. 4: Dial Staff 4: Tom-Tom Staff 4: Operetta 2: Serenata 3: Senior Assembly 4. BARRY IVIICHAEL ROBBINS A leading man with a horn. Senior Play 4: Football 2. 3: Track Z: Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3. 4: Strut and Ifret Z. 3: Golf Z, 3. DONAI.D ROSIEN The best part of the srhool day is the end. Math Club 4: Dial Staff 4: Chemistry Club. JOAN ROSEN To know her is to like her. Math Club 3 Secretary, 4 Vice-President: Philology Work- shop Z. 3 President, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Current Events Z, 3: Volley Ball Z: Basketball 2: Student Tutor Z, 3: Honor Pin 2. 3. 4: Dial Stall' 3: Individual Sports 3. IVIARI-ANNIE ROSENVELD Today is only as rheery as you make it. U. Club 3. 4: Honor Pin Z. 3. 4: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Chess and Checkers 4: Les Quatre Gats Z. 3, 4: Showboat 4. JANIE ROSENKRANZ Her sense of humor is above par. Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Spanish Club Z. 3: Strut and liret 3. 4: Individual Sports 3: Spokes 2. 3. 4. : .ff-4 Page Thirl y-three JANET Ross Talent and ability are the elements of success, G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3: Showboat: A Cappella Choir 2. 3, 4: Individual Sports 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 3: Dial Staff 3: Senior Play 4. Tom-Tom 4. .ICANN I,. ROUDMAN The world is but a stage and each must play his part, Chess and Checkers 3: Senior Play 4: Spanish Club 4: 'laberna Z, 4: C. A. A. 4: Pep Club 4: Spokes Z, 3, 4: Tom-Tom Stall 4. IVIARILYN RUDIVIAN Smile a while and make an "A" or two. House of Representatives 3, 4: Student Tutor 2, 3: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Spanish Club 2: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Honor Pin 2, 3, 4: Hockey Z, 3, 4: Individual Sports Z. 3, 4: Volleyball Z, 3, 4. EDPNA .IIQAN RUNG Happiness was born a twin. Pep Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: 'Iiaberna 4. ESTHER I,IfI2 RUNG She is so wondrous, sweet and fair. Pep Club 3, 4: Ci. A. A. 4: Individual Sports 3, 4: Taberna Z, 3. 4. DANIIQL SACKS Life is an endless merry-go-round. Strut 'n Fret 3, 4: Honor Pins 2: Senior Play 4: Wrestling 2. Page Thirty-four enior Ross Roudman Rudman Edena Rung Esther Rung Sacks Sander Sanders - Sandler ' A Sauer 1 .V Schaefer . Schaeffer in JOSEPH SANDER Gasoline. women, and words. Math Club Z. 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Chess and Checkers 3, 4: Current Events 4: Dial Staff 4. SAMUELLA SANDERS Such as she are always needed. Individual Sports 4: Spokes 4: Service Club 4: Dial 4. SONDRA PHYLLIS SANDLER A mild manner anal a gentle heart. Pen in hand 3: Pep Club 3: Philology work shop 3: Tutor 3: Individual Sports 2. DON SAUER A sound mind in a sound body-yea verily. Football 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3 Captain, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Tribe 2, 3 Vice-President. 4: House of Representatives 4 Parliamentarian: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Harvard Book Award 3. CHARLES AUGUSTUS SCHAEFER Leader of men, follower of women. Hi-Y 2: Marching Band 2, 3: Concert Band 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 4: Pep Club 2. 3. Cheerleader 4: House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4: Student Tutor 2: 3, 4: Spokes 2, 3. 4: Dial Staff 2. 3, Editor in Chief 4: Honor Pin 2. 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4. RENEE NIERYI. SCHAEIIPER She has the warmth of true friendliness. Soldan-Blewett, Pep Club 4: A Cappella Choir 4. Clan 0 '52 THEODORE SCHECHTER l could be brilliant too if l studied. Honor pin Z: Track 2: Math Club 2: Current Events Club 4. ROBERT SCIINEINKMAN Quiet but steadfast. JACK SCHNEIDER Patience is the key to success. Excelsior Z: Baseball 2. 3: Philology Workshop 3, 4. LEWIS MICHAEL SCHNEIDER No one but himself could be his parallel. Iep Club 4: Mathematics Club 2. 3, 4: Current Events Club Z. 3. 4: Secretary 3: Chemistry Club 3: Chess and Checkers 3, 4: President 3: French Club 4: Chairman Pen in Hand 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Dial Staff 4. J STEPHEN J. SCHNEIDER If he can't see the bright side of a thing, he polishes the dull one. Concert Band 2, 3: Marching Band 2. 3: Tennis Team 2, 3. LLOYD SCHNEIDERMAN No one's perfect. blewett: House of Representatives 3: Current Events Club 2: Bowling Club Z: Chemistry Club 3. BETTY LOU SCHWARZ Kindness is irresistable. Individual Sports 2. 3. 4: Pep Club' 2. 3: Student Tutor 3: G. A. A. Z. lVlAI.COI.M SCHWARTZ He'll make a way. Student tutor 2. 3. 4. Award 3: Honor Pin Z, 3, 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: Math Club 2. 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Track 2, 3: Spokes Z. 3: Dial Staff 4: Pep Club 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Senior Nominating Committee. JULIUS S. SCHWEICH, JR. And his spirit leaps within him. Senior Play 4: Strut and Iiret 2, 3. Secretary 2: Pro- jection Club 3: Pep Club 3: House of'Representativcs 3. hechter Schneinkman J. Schneider chwartz M. Schwartz Schweich, Jr. Who we gonna bcat??? PAT SELIG She's pretty lo wullk with: witty lo talk uiilh. ELEANOR SHANFELD Sweet as icing on a cake. Pep Club 3: Basketball 3: Individual Sports 3. 4: Honor Pins 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Spokes 2. 3: Volleyball 3. GAIL SHANI5lil.D She only has eyes for him. Taberna 2. 4: Spanish Club Z, 3. 4: Treasurer 3. Secre- tary 4: Vice-President 4: Individual Sports 2. 3: Honor Pin 2. 3: G. A. A. 4. I.. Schneider S, Schneider Schneiderman :f ......... .. X 3 G Fl il . Selig E. Shanfeld G. Shanfeld Page Thirty-hte li' I J, I IsW9M ' it i do solemn I DOROTHY SHARP Shes appropriately named. Pep Club Z, 3: U. Club 3. 4: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z: G. A. A. Z: 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Hockey 3. 4: Honor Pin 3: Leaders Club 2: Operetta 2. BARBARA JEAN SHOSS A thing of beauty is a jog forever. House of Representatives 3. 4: Student Council 4: G. A. A. 2. 3: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Individual Sports 2. 3. 4: Serenata 3: Operctta Z: Service Award 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4: A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4. MARTIN SHRADER Well, I can tell gou about cars. lVIYR'I'I.E SHUCART True as the needle Io the point. Serenata 3: lndividual Sports 3. Sharp Shoss Shrader Oi' Slimon Sloan Smit Page Thirty-six eniord HEINZ GUENTER SIEBERT Personality and ability that command respect. Aschen 1, Olbernhau 2, Castrop 1, I-lerzogenrath 4: Track 4: Cross Country 4: Ping Pong 4: Wrestling 4: Student Council 4: Hi-Y 4: Camera Club 4 Vice-President. BARBARA JEAN SKATOFF Life is my college: May I graduate well, and earn some honors. Taberna 2: A Cappella Choir 2: Pep Club 4: Individual Sports 4. ELLEN ADELE SLIMON Life is short: art is long. U. Club 3. 4: G. A, A. 4: Individual Sports Z. MARTIN F. SLOAN Wise to reform: patient to perform. Math Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary: Philology Workshop 2: Vice-President, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Honor Pin Z. 3. 4: Student Tutor 2: Pep Club 4: Chess and Checkers Club 3: House of Representatives 4. NIICHAEL NI. SMIT Big things come sometimes in small packages. Pep Club 3: Honor Pins 3: Bowling Club 4. MARGARET ANN SMITH Better to be than seen. U. Club 4: Pep Club 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Dial Staff 4: Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: lndividual Sports 2, 3. 4. IVIARLENE BETH SMITH A dear and true industrious friend. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Tom-Tom Staff 4: Dial Staff 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Operetta 2: Ci. A. A. 2: Spokes 2. WILLIAM ALLEN SMITH A little learning is a dangerous thing. Baseball 2. 3, 4: Cappella Choir 2, 4: Operetta Z: Pep Club 4. Shucart Siebert Skatolf A , 3 'Y A K 4 :KVV L , K i k as V . gl S-,om : .. X el f' M. A. Smith M. B. Smith W. Smit aaa o '52 BARBARA SOBIQLMAN As likeable as lookable. G, A, A, 4: Pep Club 3: Taberna 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2. 3. 4: Serenata 3: Showboat 4. SUSAN SOIVIMERICII Sweet Sue Dial Stall' 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: U. Club 3. 4 Sergeant--at-Arms: Taberna 4: A Cappella Choir 4: Spokes 4: Strut and llret 4: Honor Pin 4, IILORINIE SOSNA rlltvays friendly. G. A. A. 4: Individual Sports 2: Commercial Club Z. IJFGGY SOWIZR Look then into thine heart. and write. Current lfvents Club Z. 3: Philology Vv'orkshop 4: Hoc- key 2: Swimming Z. 3: Pen in Hand Secretary 2, President 3 and 4: Honor Pins Z. 3. 4. MARY SPI15t,B15Rc3 Laugh and be well, Pep Club 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z: Individual Sports Z, 3, 4. HCUWAIID SIJURGIN lVe live but once. so lets enjoy il, ADRIISNNIE STIEIN A girl of her own tastes. Soldan-Blewett: A Cappella Choir 3. BIiRNlil.l. JUNIE STEIN Skill and fonndenve are an unronqueretl army. A Cappella Choir 2: Pen-in-hand Z. 3: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: French Club Z. 3: Tom-Tom Staff 3: Concert Orches- tra 4. MIRIAM STEIN Ahf what a warning for a thoughtless manf Pen Club Z, 3. 4: Spanish Club 3: Sergeant-at-Arms. House of Representatives 33 Honor Pin Z. 3: Individual Sports Z. 4. ETHEL RHIEA STIEPMAN A friendly heart has many friends. Honor Pin 2. 3: Individual Sports 3, 4: Student Tutor 4: Taberna Z. 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: A Cappella Choir 2: Spokes 2, 3: Operetta Z. CORRINE STULTS Sweet and lovely. Pep Club Z. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z. 3: Individual Sports 2. 3. .IACQUELINE SUFFIAN Thats funny! Math Club 4. - 2 4 i Page Thirty-seven PETER SUMMERS Always optomistic. Baseball 2. 3: Basketball 3: Cross Country 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Spokes 3, 4: Track 4. MILLARD SUSMAN U. City's Einstein Pen in Hand 2, 3 Secretary, 4: Math Club Z: Current Events Club 2, 3 Sergeant-at-Arms. 4 Vice-President: House of Representatives 4: Senior Play 4: Dial Satff 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4. CAROLE RENEE SWIER You ran't help like her for there's none quite like her, Spanish Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G, A. A. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Z: Individual Sports 2, 3. 4: Dial Staff 4: Spokes 4. PAMELA 'I-AMARKIN Efleruescent Youth. Spokes 2. 3: After School Sports 2. 3. 4: U. Club 3, 4 Vice-President: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Service Club 3: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: Honor Pin 2, 3: Individual Sports 2, 3. DICK TEPER Girls, like foolballs, are full of hot air. Spanish Club 2. 3: Chemistry Club 3: Current Events Club 2: Golf Team 3, 4: Math Club 2: Senior Assembly 4 SONIA THIMMIG Those endearing young charms. Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Chess and Checkers 3: Taberna 4: G. A. A. 2, 4: House of Representatives 3, 4: Volley Ball 2: Snack Bar 4. Page Thirty-eight eniord Summers Susman Swier Tamarkin Teper Thimmig Tolentino Tong Tracy Treat Uteritz Via i. EVANGELINE TOLENTINO "Fairest of all the maids was Evangeline." Concert Band Z, 3: Marching Band Z, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 3: Taberna 4: Chess and Checkers Club 3, 4: Spokes 3, 4: Spanish Club 3:Honor' Pins Z, 3. GEORGIA ANN TONG In thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty. U. Club 3, 4 President: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2. 3, 4: Hockey 2. 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Volley- ball 2, 4. PATSY TRACY , The last word in sweetness and charm. Pep Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Sanish Club 2: Honor Pin 3. 4: Dial Staff 4: Individual Sports 2, 4: Hockey 3: Spokes. BETTY ANNE TREAT It's a real treat to know Betty. Excelsior 2 Vice President: Tri-Y 2: Pep Club 2: G. A. A. 3. ROBERT THOMAS UTERITZ Let's be realistic about this. Football 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 3: Student Council 4 Treasurer: Tom-Tom 3, Editor. MARY FRANCES VIA Dark, dazzling, devastating. Hockey 2: Basketball 2. 4: Individual Sports 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3: French Club 4. Cjnafsfs o '52 CIIARLIES WAl.KIiR lVork is line. lltll le! someone else do il. Ifootball l: Baseball 3. 4: Wrestling 3. 4. RICHARD A. XVAXMAN Thought is lhe seed of action. Track 2. 3, 4. Captain: House of Representatives 4: Badminton 4: Ping Pong 3. 4: Tribe Z, 3. 4: A Cap- pella Choir Z: Cross Country 4: Bowling Club 4. IfI.liANUR IVIAIQ WIiINI3lfIiLi "A gootl hear! is u letter of i'!'L'tlIil.H Talierna Z. 3, 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Spanish Club Z. 3: Ci. A. A, l. 3: Individual Sports Z. 3: Honor Pin 3: Senior Nominating Committee. ARNOII3 VvIl5INTRUI3 Some think the tuorlal is made lor fun uml l'rolr't:. Track 2, 3: Golf 3. 4: Basketball li Baseball 2: Senior Assembly 4. .IUIf ANN XVIISTON A prelfif girl is like rr melody. Individual sports Z. IVIARlI.YN WIIDNIAN Gl'L1t'litllIS us Slll7SI7l'l'7L'f SLL'eeI as flew, Operelta 1: A Cappella Choir' Z. 3, 4: Serenata 3: Pep Clulv 3. 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Current Iivents Club 4: Talwerna 2. 4: Honor Pin Z. 3: Spokes Z. 3. DoN R. Vv'll.l.lAMS I-or hes 41 jolly good fellow. Baseball l. 3. 4: Basketball Z. 3, 4: Iiootball Z. 3, 4: Track l. 3. 4: Tribe l. 3. 4, Ifl.l5AN0R WIl.St3N Roses ure no frrzirer. Tri-Y Z. 3. 4: Taberna Z. 3. 4: C. A, A. Z, 3. 4: Pep Clulv Z. 3, 4: Honor Pins 3: Individual Sports 2. 3. .IOIIN Ross vwIII.SON Some people are just naturally great. Student Council 3: Strut and Ifret Z. 3. President 1: A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Serenata 3: Operetta Z:Senior Nominating Committee 4: Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3: Wigwam Program Chairman, lalker XVaxman Weinberg Iiuture Einstcins and Iidisons in the making. Roi' W1I.soN A man in all his means. Iiootball Z. 3, 4: Track 2. 3: Tribe 3. 4: Concert l3and Z. 3: Concert Orchestra Z. 3: Marching Band Z. 3. IVlARtlARli'I' .IANI' WINII3l:Ii 'Twus her lhrrilzrnq ol' others lhut made you think of her. Pep Club 4: Iirench Cluh 3, 4: Dial Stall' 4: C. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Spokes Z. 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z: Operetla Z: Individual Sports Z. 3. 4: Student Council 4: Student Tutor 2. 4: Honor Pin Z, 3. 4. CAROLXN VJINILIS Shes what we like about lhe South. Pep Club Z. 3. 4. Cheerleader 3. 4: Student Council 3. 4 Vice-President: Dial Stall 3. 4: A Cappella Choir Z. 3. 4: Student Tutor 3: Individual Sports 4: C. A. A. 4: Tom' Tom Staff 3. Editor: Serenata 3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Operetta Z: House of Representatives 4. Chairman. Weintrub Weston XVidman illiams If. Vvlilson J. Wilson I 'Q I I I I"J!"It1'I is I ' . lsf I 1 Z. R. Wilson Wimber Winius Page Thrrl y - nine . 1 I I eniorfi JAY Vs7Ol.l5SON fl man of leisure. Chemistry Club 3, RCl':liR'l' l.3UCll3Nlf YLURKIQ Sleepy-Time boy. Soldnn-Blewetl Track 4: French Club 3. ROSALIIE l. ZIERCHER Her smile is as gay as a bright summer day, U. Club 3. 4 President: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Individual Sports 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Z. 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Basketball ..lf'XNlE RUTH ZIMMIERMAN The noblest mind the best conlenlment has. Chess and Checkers Club 2. 3: Orchestra 2. 3: Individual Sports Z, 3. 4: Strut and Fret Z, 3, 4: U. Club 3. 4 G. A. A, Z, 3. 4: Honor Pins Z, 3: Senior Play 4. JERRY ZIMMERMAN l'lI sucreed in something. Chess and Checkers 3: Stamp :md Coin Treasurerg Archery 3, 4. IRVIN ZVIBLIQMAN flmbition knows no rest. 4 Secretary Z. 3, 4: Volleyball Z. 4. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Dial Staff 2,141 Marching Band 2, Wolfson Yorke Ziercher J. R. Zimmerman J. Zimmerman Zviblem Page Forly enior fhcera President ....,... ........ T oM ANDERSON Vice-President .A.... . ...... KEN MEINECKE Secretary ..A...,. ,....A M ICKEY FRANKLIN Treasurer ................,,,..,.....,...,. JAY MEYER Sponsors ..............A... Mlss BRUNS, Miss DONNELLY COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES JUNE 10, 1952 - FIVE-THIRTY P. M. Processional .,.. . .,...... Pomp and Circumstance ,......,, ...s.,... E DWARD ELGAR Senior High School Band Invocation .....................................,.... TI-IE REVEREND WALTER J. WARNECK St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church Address of Welcome .........,..............,............,...... THOMAS RAMSEY ANDERSON ,Introduction of the Program ..,.,....4,....,.,.,,..............,.. DR. JULIUS E. WARREN Superintendent, University City Schools Cello Solo ..,.. .,....r.....,..,..i.............,...............,..,.,,i.,.................. J UNE LYON Accompanist - Bernell June Stein Address .....,............ What Price Awareness? ........,......... JASON DON MCMANUS Vocal Ensemble ...........,...........i..,....,............................,, SENIOR CLASS CHOIR Mary Kay Stamper, Director Presentation of the Class to the President of the Board of Education J. E. Baker, Principal Awarding of Diplomas by the President of the Board of Education Oliver F. Lemkemeier, Jr. Alma Mater ......,........Y.........,.,..........,s......,...,s... Y... ..................... T H E CLASS Recessional ..,......... U niversity Grand March ............ EDWIN FRANKO GOLDMAN Senior High School Band Orval Riessen, Director Page Forty-one M. Cifg Mickey Franklin Charles Scha Jason whiff' McManus Page Forly-Iwo cawxvn WMS .N Q CJMQL Maureen Arthur Charles Edson Harriet Pogrelis Ga Brie! Markisbhn '9'W1ln-k Sam Dardick 'fs K 422 en Meinecke Page Forty-three uniord l'irst Row: Bi-einer, Bartfeld. li, Cohen. Dardick, Bluestone, Davis. XV. Becker, Balfour. H. Brown. Copobianco. Second Row: Bock. Coons. Dohm, Boirison. Dell. Cook, Clemons. Epstein. lllkin. Carroll. Back. Third Row: Chervitz. li. Cohen, Baum, .l. Barnard. G. Brown. Connelly, D. Becker, Cooper. l.. Barnard. lrourth Row: Balk. Arkush. Barbiere. Adler. Caplan. Appell, Broils, Berryman. Carr, Boldt. Dexheimer. Fifth Row: Arkey. Cytron. J. Cohen. Bindler. Bromburd, Berns. B. Cohen. A. Cohen. Alfend. Sixth Row: Bernard, Abrams. Corwin. Bleiweiss. Campbell. Deitrieh. l5irst Row: Gralniek. l5adem, Greenwald. Goodman. Kurtz, Hoffman. Gross. Second Row: Kinberg. Hagerman. Hodges. Hook, l:l'lll. Green. Alvin Gale, Gassman. Karfeld. Gordon. Gorman, Gtrbcr. Third Row: Audrey Gale. Helbing. Key, Hippenmeyer. Hohmann. Kuhn. Ferry. Hanson. Keller, Hutkin, Hurth. Hoffman. l3ourth Row: Jordan. Kostman. Gluscoter. Kline. Golub. Goodman Heller. lkcn, lfendelman. Hirschfeld. Goldberg. Klein, liifth Row: Gershman. Green. liass. Kramer. Greenberg. Hiken. George, Gibbon, Goldberg. Karakas, Kornhleit. Sixth Row: lilom, liishgoll. S. Hurwitz. Gerstein, Iired. Gotlliebson. Kinzer. Humphrey, Kelly. Seventh Row: Graff. Kaplan. lieingerts, Golden berg. Hieken. lfendelman. lfnJel7or1t1 four uniorfi liirst Roxv: li. Mever. R, Pope. Mulholland. l.evv. Nloelxlvv. Naumer. tl. Miller. Nieoll. Robb. Rubin. Mever. Ci, Rosen. Russell. Ritehee. Seeond Row: l.aul'er. Majors. Nicholls. Plesses. Peppes. Greenwald, Green. Alvin Ciale. Reiehman. Price. Nash, Mtirrav. Third Row: Murphy, Richardson. Reis. Oberman. lowenstein. Rosenfeld. l,ondv. Meliinnev, l,evin, Mandel. Plax. l.ebens. Palmer. liourth Row: Ludwig. Oleviteh. Moss. Rosen. J, Roodman, lieberman. lipp man. Rubenstein. Patik. Mertens. Pitts. Poger. lfitith Row: Rathert. Miller. l.ong. Rosenthal. Newberry. Muhl. lund stead, Oalxev. Ramsey. l.ingle. l.orberbaum. l.exvis. Sixth Row: Morrison. Laskv. l.ebowit1. Rader. Mortin. Novak Nlill. Mavmiele Pittman, Sixth Row: Miriam. Manne. A. Roodman. Rothman. Radloflf Maeev. Petterson, l7irst Row: Strauss. Sass. Zimmerman. lebhe. Sudholt. Sugden. D. Thomas. Stein, B. Shapiro, VN'oIff. Steinhauer Sandler. 'lf Singer. XVeinhaus, Shucart. Sehuinin. Shapiro. Saltlman. l.. lessler. Thrid Row: Saten-stein. Snell. Speroiilisa. XVarren, C. NVinscher. XViIlianis. Tolentino. Sonnenshein. Steppins, Vv'hittington. l5ourth Row: Stevenson XVhalen. Steinhans. XVilson. Sokokile. Seheetor. Zucker. Scissors. Vaida. Stake. Schuhel. liilith Row: Zell. XValnielva A. Sehillman. Sher. Sharp. Ulbrieht. .l. Smith, Sheriell, Vogel. Vvlharton. Sixth Row: Silverman. Steinbaek. ll. Sherl man. lf, Solomon, Sheinbein. XVeilansley, Scherl, XVeisman. Seventh Row: Solomon. Zellinger. Zittman, Sehaflner Sherman. Sauerbiunn. ..Ax., K l Patil' I-orlif Iwi sSJ0l9A0lfl'l0l"e:5 l5irst Row: lfdelstein. Eron. B. Brown. Bessler. Backerman. lihrlick, Crane, Z. Bass. liarly, Berkheimer. Dolgin Second Row: Chervitz, Berger. Adelstein. Burke, Braznell, Dendorfl. Berry, Alpert, Duke. Dchm. Breiner. Diamond Barney. Allen. Third Row: Becker. Brown. Beebe, Burgener, Canneld. Carlis. Caplin. Amick, Beron, I.. Cohn. J Cohen. liourth Row: Drakesmitli. l.. Cohen. Becker. Borreson, Bording. Barney. Ackerman. Brandis. Deickman Cylron. liifth Rowz Beer. Brady. Dinsmore. Caldwell, Drury, Beihle, Alton. Bierman. Bush. Abrams. Sixth Row Burnnet. Davis, B. Diamond. M. Cohen, Carl, Berg. lfirsl Rowz ldeson. l3rager. Kuhlman. Halsey, Goffstein. Kornblum, Katcher, Hillis. Glcn, Katy. Friedman. Hollander Second Row: Jenne. liitzwater. Gibbs, Karnes, Glass, lirazier. Jones. Katvman. Gershenson. lieldman. Goldenherg Harris, Hanes. Hawks. Third Row: Kraus. Green, Kessler. Krebs. Knarr. Kutl. Kremer. Ferguson, Grosser. Gerstein lfisher, Howard. Gershon. Kaplan. lfourth Row: Cielher, Kraus. Gelfand. Kolker. Glick, Klausner, liriedman, Gray lnce. Hood. Kremer. Gehlltardt. Hicks. Fifth Row: Hogan, Klingbeil. Kcimlosy. Heitman. Grant. Goldberg. lken. Green hlat, Hyman. Fuchs. Sixth Row: Harris. Greenberg, Cielbsr, Housman, Prager, Herman. Kaskowitz, lfeldman. Krupin Goldberg. Sevcnth Row: George, P. Hiken, Vriedlander. Guon, Goldfried. Garber, Hiken. Page lforly-six Iir-'l Row: I,.iIniui'. I7.1II.ii'i1n. Vs'iIIi1n1s Ii I OIQAOHQOPQZS it' . .gi mol, Moriw, I.ut:ky. Morris, Rmcnlwrg, I.indcr. IASIXV, X'Ii'xim'r, IS. 'X'Iivui. Moclwr. Svcwnci Row: Icvin. Ruanv. Rulami. Ijcppcr. I.und, I7.1Ian. I.ipschil1. Rui N hman, INIufX'IiII.in, I'wlIncIi. I. INIiIIci'. iIcfNIiII.in. Owcn. Ihird Row: IiJI7ll!IlIx.l. Iadd. I7.in.1gi'::. I'oIi:Ituk. Ihlnik. Ridmin Ri in IIISIH Piyni IQLHIILIIT, Ivnniuii. Nnvusuii. Iinurlh Rivw: R.imI.iII. I'L'.1rIinc. I.i'.1hy, Rudman. IVI.1lson. I'uIinisIu'. IN'I.icI1iinyci' Scigcl If Piukul. Cf. Pirkul. Rogcrs. I'.isu'rnick. Iiiflh Row: Msilhcny. Orcnslcin. I7I'II7IxL'l'. IVIilcI1cII. Niwxwwmri, Iipkin. I ipkin. NI.1rwI1, Nuil. Nhrgulis. Sixth Row: McNulIy. Robinsun. McCIurc. Mcisd. Mcyurw. Moors. NICiXI.lI'IUI1.I onduliims. Scvcnlh Row: I.ii1m.in. fN'I.icirilosI1. Recd. Mrlilrov. Rudman. Millncr. I-im Row. SCI'HY.ll'll, XVQH. Ii.xhv. Iuidd. Orcnsicin. Slmsinh. Isliiidy. Sccond Row: A. Schwnrlv. Ilickiimn. Slim:-. XY.ilI.1fv. Suhr. XvlI11I5L'I'. Smith, Pm. Stark. 'I-IIOYHJS. ZAIIIAI. ilicsslrr. Young. Ihird Rivw' Ycvncr. ScImvidi'rrn.1i1. SIn'ri11.m. Siiulc. Sigmloii. Icmmc. Icrgrifvu. A. Vfcinlvcrg. XVcissma n, Zctchfr. Vw'cgncr. Tubbs. Silvcrbcrig. I5 0 u 1' I h R 0 w 1 Y.iwii1. Snmiwciss. Spvilhcrg. Sln-iibcrg. M. Scigcl. Suffian. Slipclman. S.SI1cnbcr51. M. Shapiro. .l. Zimmerman. Suphir. KIIIJIHIJII. R. Stcin. Fifth Row: Shcvningcr. XViIion. XViltncr. 'I4nI1.icIinic. Saul. IQ. Sicin, XV.issvrm.1n. A. XX'h.iriiin. Siulls. SCCII. XViIson. XVinschcr. XVi1hurs. Sixth Row: XIOIIIIQ.SJLICY.'IIJYIUITZII11ITlCl'ITIJI'l. Zcllingcr. Singlar. Sillnrs, 7 XV.1lIxII'IS, Sc.1m.ins. X.iugh.in. ScvunlhRow: SI.1IIIl1lJl1.Sl'1lilI1. XVcinirub. Spriiv, Schiiicr. Sclmiuguc. Scliwnrly. Sclicmmcr, Sinclair. Ifighth Rmvi Ulrich, Iiobin, Sig.ilufI'. XV.ilcImAn. 'I'.iyIor, XVhilc. 'Iiri Panic' fiurlu xiwwrv oachieuement fhrough cacfivify In contrast with the old concept that schools exist solely for the p u r p o se of acquiring knowledge, University City High School has a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. This extensive program is carried on with the hope that each individual will find some field of endeavor in which he is most interested. As a result of these activities students become well rounded individuals, suited to achieve felicity in life through services to their community and mankind. Page Iforly-eight 3 E S QQQQA vu. mf it viii 1, Wifi f - -. si Q ,-. . f 5 5 af F JASON MCMANUS OFFICERS llresidenl . . .JASON MCMANUS Viet-flwemimf . . GABRILQ1, MAIZKINSQUN Sem-fury CoNNua RAMsi5Y Iireasurez' . KEN MIEINIECKH .S?fuc!enf Counci lS'I' SEMESTER The Student Council under the leadership ol' Jason McManus continued some traditional activities and inaugurated some important new ideas. Adream of last year's Council became a reality as the County Convention of Student Councils was organized by our Council and held its first meeting to discuss common problems among the participating schools. A plan providing for more student participa- tion in dances sponsored by the Council was worked out and adopted. The sophomore picnic, Club Day, the Foot- ball Dance, College Day, and "Spokes" were all old standfbys with new twists. This semesters Council ha s continued and added to the worthy tradition of achievement and service to school of previous S t u d e n t Councils. STUDENT COUNCIL Sithert. Nlargulis. lidsun. lfpstein. Schaefer. Shoss. Jerry Meyers. .lay Meyer, Anderson. l.ehens. liranklin, llogrelis, Ltmkcmeier. Barnes. Miss Briscoe. XVimher, Breckenridge, Arthur. Mcinecke. Marltirohn. McManus, Winius, Ramsey, Dardick. E Page 171 lilll M . C- c 1' ii ,t , HOUSII Ol? Rlfl'RlfSlfN'I'ATlVHS Dertke. Mcliinney, liarry, Gallant. Pnreiner. Rudman, McManus. Cristal. Balk. lessler. Susingn Birnbaum. liisher. Hook, l,indquist. Anderson. Howell, Peters. Schaeffner. Rotman. Rainsei, Appel. Mr, Nlcliinney. lVliriam. l.evy. Hollander. lliiininig. l.ikes. Cowclerv. Markisolm. l emkemeier. Sauer. OFFICERS 0 u 6 e 0 Chairniun Gauitiiri. lVlARIiINSON Vice-Clmirimin Pifrif Liiiiis i t . Secretary Caiaoi. Iaaxiicifmiaiiait 8,9 I' Q Z5 8 fl Cl L U Q If 'ltr-eusurer BUD Cowniaiti l,CII'fI'G!77t'l7Il1l'l'tlf7 DON SALHZR lst' SEMESTER l-ast semester the House of Representatives paid H5250 on the popcorn machine which canf celed the debt. donated to the Red Cross, the Tuberculosis Fund, and the Christmas F u n d sponsored by the Post Dispatch, hlled Christmas stockings for veterans, and sold basketball passes in advisories. ln addition, the Honor System was investigated. cokes and popcorn were sold at the Street Dance. the House minutes were posted in the bulletin board, House cards were issued to each House member, popcorn was sold at all home basketball and football games and one day each week after school, and book covers and bus passes were sold in the cafeteria during the first lunch period. The House assisted the Council in publicizing the Football Dance, in selecting cheerleaders, in selecting representatives for the National Con- ference of Christians and Jews, and in choosing candidates for S t u d e n t President and Vice,- President. Gfxiasitiiai. Maiutmsow l,tItIt' ll-fltl-0171 me v lta'f3. t. STUDENT COUNCIL Top: Hollander, Madden, Seibeit, Markisohn, Cowdery. Meinecke. Schaefer. Anderson. Brecken- ridge. Middle: Boehm, Harrison, Lemkemeier, Barnes, Miss Briscoe, Meyer, Wimber, Barris. lst: Uteritz. Gast. Ramsey, Dardick Vllinius. Edson. Meyers. SAM DARDICK Page Ififlyetwo .gjfuclenf gounci ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President M ,,., ,.,,,,,,.,...,,,. ...,. , S AM DARDICK Vice-President .... CAROLYN WINIUS Secretary ...,.,.,. ,,CoNN1E RAMSIQY 'Treasurer ,.., .... , BOB UTERITZ Under the leadership of Sam Dardick, the Student C o u n c i l successfully completed its activities for this school year. A plan, providing for more student participa- tion in dances sponsored by the Council, was inaugurated with the result that the traditional Arrowhead Dance had an added enthusiasm which made it an even greater success than usual. The Council continued Spokes, Open Council Meetings, Inter School Talent Assemblies, and High School Day, as well as a fine tradition of service to our school. 01469 0 elarerien fa fiuefi ZND SEMESTER During the second semester, the House of Representatives sponsored three successful drives at six week intervals. With the Council, the House sold bus passes and h el p e d with the Spring Dance. The House organized a special welcoming committee to make new students feel at home. The House cooperated fully with the teachers and the Council on a Civil Defense Program. Traditionally, the House continued to sell popcorn after school on Tuesdays. and at the basketball games and track meets. Charity work and the sponsoring of a social affair were also two quite important activities on the Houses agenda. In addition, book covers were sold by the House this semester, and a list of the House members was submitted to the faculty. OFFICERS Chairman . ,... . .... ..,. C AROLYN WINIUS Vice-Chairman . ., FRED EPsTE1N Secretary .. . ,.NoRMA HOLLANDER Treasurer .. . . , .,,. CAROLYN GLAZIER l'arIian1enm1-ian . , , DAVE HUNSICKER CAROLYN WINIUS HOUSE OI: REPRESENTATIVIISEZND SEMESTISR Top: Meyer. Sloan. Wittington, Londe, Scissors. Stake, Greenblat. Linquist. Znd: Tamarkin. Price, Ramsey, Susman. Rosenblum. McManus. Hamilton, Broyle. Bimbaum lrd: liendelmen. Greenberg, Solomon. Fritz, Maisel, I-look, Fisher. Dohm. Bottom: Zellinger, Rothman. Hollander, Mr. McKinney. Winius. Epstein, Roudman. 1ns1nrm-suis Page Fff1t.f,lh1'et jke mia! Top: Pugh, Zvibelman, Epstein, R. Meyer. Lickhalter. Meyers J., Crain, Cowdery, Lemkemeier, Howerton, Edwards, Sharp, Lyon, Hunnsicker, Birk, Clemons, Goldberg. Frcdman, Rosenfeld, S. Gerstein, Dalrey, Whittington. Madden, Changer, Barnes, Schemmer, Diamond, Liebrach, Swier, Mathis, Jacobson, Molasky, Muhl, Tracy, Gravely. Sandler, Zellinger, Block, Barberi, Aber, Hansman, Malpe, Barney, Miss Flint, M. Gerstein. Tamarkin, Hollander, Solomo, Goldman, McManus, Hammond. Bottom: Edson, Kleiber, Lebens, Schaefer Schaffncr Meyer J. Gast Baris. THE DIAL Editor-in-Chief Charles Schaefer Associate Editors Charles Lebens Gertrude Schalfner Circulation Manager Key Kleiber Business Manager Jay Meyer Asst, Business Managers Sally Pugh Fred Epstein EDITORIAL STAFF Myla Baris Earl Changer Bud Cowdery Joan Crain Chuck Edson Lynn Gast Myrna Gerstein Pete Gravely Nancy Harrison Paae Fifty-four Norma Hollander Kay Kleiber' Carol Lemkemeier Rosalie Librach Gary Madden Ronald Meyer Jerry Meyers Joan Rosen Marilyn Rudman Pamela Tamarkin Bob Uteritz Margaret Wimber CIRCULATION Dave Hunsicker Pam Tamarkin Carolyn Fifield Nancy Birk Nancy Harrison Mariette Schemmer Anna Lea Goldman Jerry Goldburg Dorothy Sharp Barbara Sharp STAFF Dick Wittington Bud Cowdery Joan Crain Susan Feclmer Ann Muhl Margaret Wimber Bev Barnes Judy Howerton June Lyon Marilyn Rudman Elaine Fisher Janet Patterson Malcolm Schwartz BUSINESS STAFF Nancy Solomon Kay Hammond Irving Zvibelman Gene Rosenfeld Virginia Hansman Rena Mae Barbieri Georgia McManus Sandy Fredman Sally Gerstein 0171- 0l'l'l Row l: Smith, Schechter, Dertke. McManus, Uteritz. Row 2: Aber, Rippstein, Roudman, Edson, Culassman. Row 3: Block. Madden, Pugh. Levy. TOMSTOM STAFF The Tom-Tom is published by the Journalism Class. FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Editor Co-Editors Gary Madden Gary Madden I h Sally Pugh Associate Editors Business Manager Sandra Block Stan Levy Business Manager Gwenda Pickering Staff Lee Gallup Georgia McManus Bobbie Oxenhandler Sally Pugh Carol Rippstein Janet Ross Joann Roudman Marlene Smith Photographers Burton Abel' J ulius Schwcich Faculty Adviser Ruth W. Rothschild Sandra Block Slalf Max Dertke Charles Edson Harold Glassman Stan Levy Carol Rippstein Joann Roudman Ted Schector Marlene Smith Bob Uteritz Photographers Burton Aber Jerry Seigel Page Fifty-five onor ina BRONZE Brian Adelstein Tom Anderson Noma Balk Stanley Becker Virginia Berryman Charles Birke Bruce Brown Richard Clemons Richard Dindorf lflaine Fisher Jean lfriedlander Judy Gelfand Carol Gershman Sally Gerstein llhyllis Goldberg Janet Goldenberg Marcia Goldenherg Sue Hieken Prisella Hiken Judy Hood Jackie Kaplan Jerome Kaskowitz Marshall Katzman Dick l.ippman Harriet Litzman .loan Macintosh Robert McKinney Pat Meisel Gloria Mitchell Sol Rabushka lurt lilly-.six Elizabeth Roos Lois Rudman Oreon Sandler Carol Sauer Mariette Schemmer Ruth Schlafman Bernadine Schwartz Jerry Seigel Sandy Sherman Janet Silverman Hallam Smith Susan Sommerich Bill Stark Blythe Vw'ood SILVER Eleanor Bleiweiss Evelyn Bock Ruth Carr Joan Crain Betty Fritz Judy Graff Jan Hirschlield Carol l,ingle Dorothy Macy Gerald Mandel Eugene Rosenfeld Jerry Sokolik Nancy Solomon Eleanor Steinback Pat Tracy GOLD Phyllis Appel Rena Mae Barbieri Carol Barney Richard Breiner Charles Cook Bud Cristal Fred Epstein Phyllis Fendelman Jerry Goldberg Ruth Green Frances Greenberg Gerald Greenwald Kathie Helbing Jackie Jordan Alice Kramer Charles l.ebens Alan l.onde Georgia McManus Sandra Mizes Ann Muhl Elizabeth Oakey Steven Plax Constance Ramsey Douglas Ritchie Gertrude Schaffner Eleanor Shanfeld Barbara Sharp Sandra Sheinbein Judy Ulbricht FOURTH AWARD Saundra Altman Merlin Lickhalter Sally Pugh Miriam Stein Margaret Wimber FIFTH AWARD Maureen Arthur Myla Baris Charles Edson Carolyn Glazier Radine Golder Norma Hollander Carol l.emkemeier Rosalie Librach Jay Meyer Dolores Pattiz Joan Rosen lVlari-Anne Rosenfeld Marilyn Rudman Don Sauer Charles Schaefer l,ewis Schneider Malcolm Schwartz Gail Shanfeld Martin Sloan Peggy Sower Millard Susman HARVARD BOOK PRIIF Don Sauer Jerry Goldberg Sftwlmf jufm Sponsor .,.. .................... M ISS WOLFNER Chairman .... ..A.,. M ALCOLM SCHWARTZ 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. bTUDI:NT TUTORS Top Grccnvuald Busch Birke Teper Fmman Schucarl, Lebcns, Levy. Rubin, Frazier, Plax, Lippman. 2nd Schwart7 Mitchell Palans Fisher Steppms Bremer Oakey. Klingbeil, Fritz, Muhl, Stepman. 3rd Schlafman Lipkin Bans Glick Millner Schulman Miss Wolfner, Pugh. Widman, Gershman, Greenberg. lront Hikcn Likes Markisohn Dardick Macy Schaifncr, Patliz, Lemkemeier, Schemmer. Page Fifty-seven 24 a BASSES Bartfeld. Stuart Capabianco. Pete Carroll. Micky Clark, Walter Clemons. Richard Cotlar. Stanley Dardick. Steve Deane, Bob Early. Gilbert lferris. Thomas lfuchs, Robert Gallant. Byron Goldberg. Jerry Gordan, Richard Katlman, Marshal i.ander. Alan l,evin, Barry l.owenstein. Robert Macktinger, l.awrence Mandel. Gerald Meyers. Jerry Oberman. Stanley Orenstein, Martin llauk. Henry Polinsky, Syl Pritzker. Donald Rosenberg. David Rosenfeld. Iiugene Sandweiss. Marvin Schaefer, Charles Schwartz. Arthur Smith, William Sudholt, Donald Page l'iIiffIJ't'I-tlhf Torgove. Barry Tschudy. Robert Wilson, John Zucker, Leslie TENORS Bush, Mike Cohen, Milford Cook, Charles ljisen. Bob liairhurst, Dale Gelber, Cliff Hausfater. Norman Heiman. Bernard Kuhn, Warren Russell. Ralston Seigel, Jerry Spurgin, Howard Stake, Don Steinhaver. Hugh Thomas. Don XVhittirigton. Dick Wimber, Tom VVolH'. Alfred SOPRANOS Arthur, Maureen Baker, Betty Berryman. Virginia Boldt. Nancy Borreson, Bonnie Briner. Donna I.ee Diamond, Margie Iiisher, Elaine Gerstein. Sally Gillum. Gloria Hanes. Carolyn Howard, Rosie Inea, Georgianna Klieber. Kay Knarr, Yvonne Komlosy. Joan Korchgen, Dorothy Kornbleit. Marilyn Kremer, Donna Kutz. Betty l,ewis, Anne Lund, Barbara McClure, Pat Molasky. Ferne Oakey. Elizabeth Ilaster, Betty Peters, Marjorie Reed. Carolyn Redd, Barbara Rothman, Vicki Sauer, Carol Sharp. Barbara Sherrell. Marilyn Shoss, Barbara Swango, Gay Vogel. I.a Donno Wiclman. Marilyn Wilson. Gracie Wilton. Barbara Winius, Carolyn Wither. Hazel Zimmerman, Doreen DIRECTOR: MISS MARY KAY STAMPER ACCOMPANIST: MICKEY FRANKLIN ALTO Allen, Charlene Birnbaum. Harriet Bromburd. Iister Cohen, Judy Dell. Beverly Fechner. Susan Fifteld.Carolyn George. Theresa George, Bessie Goldman, Anna I.ee Hamilton, Martha Klingberl, Marian Macintosh. Joan Meisel. Pat Novak. l.ucia Pickering, Gwenda Pogrelis. Harriet Rippstein, Carol Rogers. Martha Roos. Betsy Ross. Janet Saul. Sally Schlafman. Ruth Schemmer, Mariette Schubel, Barbara Shmuger, Cecile Somerich. Susan Stein, Joan Ulrich. Pat Watkins. Stella Whalen, Sally Young, Mary I.ynn As in previous years, the Pep Club, sponsored by Mr. Menges, had a very active year in pro- moting school spirit through chartered bus trips to out-of-town games, a bonfire befo re the Quincy game. a parade to the Webster game, and a drive to create new cheers. We also achieved our biggest goal: a friendly relationship with rival schools and teams. OFFICERS I're:sz'denl , LYNN GAST Vice-I'res1k1enf ,. ., lVlYl,A BARIS Sem-rm-y MALJRIEEN ARTHUR 'lreusurer . , , . Y . ANN MUHL Sponsor , .. i,..,. MR. MENGES vuuir, .. --Q .1-., . Y , 2,9 CHEERLEADERS HARRIIQT PooRT5L1s, CAPTAIN NANCY' HARRISON SALLY l'lIPPENMliYllR KAY KI,l1lBliR DOROTHY MACY PAT Muster. JERRY lVllZYliRS JANET PATTERSON CHARi,1as SCHAIililiR CAROLYN W1N1Us Page lfifly- mlm i 0l'lC2I'f FLU TE Janet Sillars Margaret Long Phyllis Goldberg Michael Long BASSOON Bruce Brown Frank Philpott OBOE Bernard Rubenstein Nicky Ashford CLARINET Charles Lebens Kathy Helbing Larry Reichman Richard Palmer Bob Goldstein Stephen Schneider Bob Cook Allan Zetcher Paul Jones Joella Pavelka Don Berkemier Ronnie Housman Ronald Dahman Ellis Boeringer Claudette Julyan Lucy Rava Richard Franke Ronald Greenberg Gordon Scohel Page Sixty ALTO CLARINET Sandra Radman BASS CLARINET Francis Arick John Jones Melvin Brown ALTO SAXOPHONE Leonard Landsbaum Bob Banashek Don Bessler Wilbur Marsh TENOR SAXOPHONE Dan Mueller Pat Hillis Sam Spivak BARITONE SAXOPHONE Tom Cox CORNET Bob McClure George Meade Mike Seigel Barry Robbins Tom Schopp Gordon Price Steve Plax Gilbert Hanson Milton Movitz Joe Turner Director: Orvale Riessen FRENCH HORIX Howard Hurwitz Jim Nash Jim Nibeclt Gordon Wegner BARITONE Barry Hyatt Larry Craven Buddy Rosenbaum TROM BON E Richard Dindorf Sam Farry Ben Boxer Stanley Amick H. B. London Ed Dreyfuss Mike Kovac TUBA Ralph Sonnenschein Howard McKee Andy Linquist Marian Kleg Alan Rothman TYMPANI Leroy Keller PERCUSSION David Olschwanger Warren Lasky Ed Zaltsman Jerry Feldman VIOLINS Larry Poger, cunrerlmaster Larry Barnard Oreon Sandler Dorothy Bartlett Millard Backerman Jacqueline Heitman Carolyn Bleiswiss Richard Schneider Elaine Landau Sandra Weiner Jacqueline Kaplan. principal Gertrude Schaffner Linda Linquist Loretta Miller Patty Broyles Jo Ellyn Wishart Susan Welch Martin Kodner Larry Seigal Rosanne Prager Ifl.L'TE Janet Sillars Margaret Long Phyllis Goldberg OBOE Bernard Rubenstein Nicky Ashford 0I'lC8I't 0l'CA25tI'a CLARINET Charles Lebens Kathy Helbing BASSOON Bruce Brown Erank Philpott BASS CLARINET Frances Arick PERCUSSION Leroy Keller Ed Zaltsman Jerry Feldman VIOLAS Robert Prager, principal Connie Ramsey Martha Orenszein Warren Solomon .ludy Bromberg CELLOS June Lyon, principal Tobi Don Dick Watson Alan Eischlowitz Conductor: John Lang BASSES Beverly Green. principal Betsy Silverberg Ralph Sonnenschein HARP Elaine Greenberg PIANO Bernell Stein SAXOPHONE Dan Mueller Pat Hillis Don Bessler HORN Howard Hurwitz Jim Nash Jim Nibeck TRUMPET Bob McClure George Meade Barry Robbins TROMBONE Richard Dindorf Sam Parry Stanley Amick Page Sixty-one N l KAN gm' Tas Aw X CAlVll2RA CfI,L'l3 lop: llrite. Mr. Cfhamhers. Miller. Seigel. llotttwint Seibert, fiber. Mockby. lllllllll OUY XVORKSHOP lop: Meyer. R. Adelstein, Meyer, Hirsclifeld, Russell. Ritchie. lnd: Dexheimer. Schaflner Baris. Glazier. Arick, Hagerman. Steinhaus. Berrymm lrd: Boehm. XVatnick.i. Rosen. Goldberg. Miss Donelly. Ince. Panages. Muhl. lirontz Sloan. Glick. londe, Oakey. l,yon. Gallant. Klausner, CLlfl'lQI'Cl, 'l'his year the Camera Club has engaged in such activities as 1 U. C. U. Movie of School life, Dial and Tom Tom pictures, field trips, pictures of school models, color photography, oil timing, football movies, art and biology pic- tures, and lectures on different phases of photography. OFFICERS lfrt-sim-nz BURToN ABLER Vl'L'L'Al,I'L'SI-tltlI7l . . HLSINZ Siiitstiizfi' SCC'1'L'll1I'tJ'iliI't'f1SLlfL'I' . BILL MOCK Btili Page Stix! tl - Iwo lQAifo!0gy worL5A0p Do High School pupils really know their A B Cs? The members of the German and Latin groups of the Philology Workshop began to wonder about this, as they developed the theme of this year's programs-the history ot alphabetic writing through the centuries. The activities of the club included the making of charts to illustrate the chief foreign alphabets: Hebrew, Arabic. Greek. Russian. German, and Sanskrit, and reports on the interesting stories connected with the letters of our own alphabet. l"l' Every year TrifY contributes to all the charitable activities of the Y. W. C. A. It also sponsors activities of its own to raise money. Every semester it gives a dance or party. Al- though it is affiliated with the Y. W. C, A. the club is open to all girls of any race. color, or creed. by The I-li-Y program is planned and conducted by the boys, All club activities center around their interests and needs. This year's program includes such items as a parent and son banquet, participation in the Y. M. C. A. Youth and Government program, sports and games, Hlms selected by the program committee. and the dis- cussion of such topics as vocational guidance. physical Htness and other selected subjects. TRI-Y liaraltas. lirtarr. long. Silverherg, llagerman, D. Becker. M. XVinscher. McNelly. Hodges. K rt hfr li ramer. HI-Y lfarly. Ritchie. lfarry. Hanson. lemme. Clemons. Naumer. B. Stark. Dindorf. Siehert. Stakt. Kuhn. Condon. Hohmann. .l. Miller. l.el1ens. Moclxer. lschudv. Berry. Alpert. Sommers. McKee. Jones. Nash. Hunsiclxer. XVhitl1ngton. Mr. McKee. Brooks. Russell. Hunsinger. 4' t vie V Q lfll"I"QI'lt Azfellffi CVM! The Current Events Club's objec- tive is to create more interest in local. national. and international problems. These issues are informally discussed and debated at open club meetings. Besides the regular activities in 1951, 52. the club sponsored a J u n io r Town Meeting ofthe Air broadcast. OFFICERS l'rt-miami .FRED EPs'1'ia1N Vice-lfrmritfnz lVlIl.l,ARD SusMAN Secretary . . , ELAINIE FISHIER Sponsor . MISS BARNIDGIE CIYIRRIQNT IIVIZNTS Meyer. .I.. lovin. Goldberg, Berger. Birke. Adelslein. Klein. R. Meyer. Sanders. lickhalter, Ritchie. XX'hittinglon, liuclws, Kaskowitz. Yvlllllhlll. Miller, Diamond. li i s h e r. Miss liarnidgc. Schneider. Kraus. Slein. en in an The members of Pen in Hand by reading and discussing their W o r k , seeks to develop creative ability and more important. to reach a deeper understanding of literature in its relation to life. PIEN lN HAND R. Meyer. l evin. Rabushka. McManus. lNhittinglon. Ritchie. Susman, Berryman. Ciallup. lfdson, Hagerman. Vfood. U l hrechl. Gallup. Oakey, l71iedlander, Millner. Glalier. Sower. Miller. lipslein. Mrs. Gottlieb. Glick. Sfam CAL OFFICERS l'n-suit-nr CHARt.ias Coors Viuig Presz4t!'en1 .BRIAN IVIUYISR Sect elartf- il iI't'GSll1't'f . . H , .llililiY ZIMMIERMAN Sponsor . . MISS ABBOTT Under the very capable sponsorship ol' Miss Abbott the members of the Stamp Club improve their knowledge and collections of stamps in the club's weekly meetings. More people every year are becoming interested in the fascinatinghobby of collecting stamps as is shown by the large increase in members of the club. STANII' AND COIN Pearline. Mesmcr. Kaleher. lfeldman. S. Becker. l.. Cohen. Rubin, Miss Abbott. Rosen. Birk, Noveson. lX'lever. Cook. J. Zimmerman. Page SIXILI-I-ULII' xi! EW' L The U. Club was the first Club formed at U. City. For twentyfhve years it has continued to stress leadership and friendship. The U. Clubs main purpose is to serve as a means of having extrafactivities to promote fun and good- will, such as camping trips, traveling and parties. This year the club's activities included: a five day trip to Vv'ashington, D. C., an alumni party. a week-end camping trip to Wasliington State . CAL Park, a Christmas party lor the children at Kingdom House, and the annual banquet for parents and friends. OFFICERS Presidenz . Giioizom Toxca Vice-I'res1'f1cn1 l3ANll5l.A 'I'Ax1AR1c1N Sem-mfg .lANigZ1MMieieMAN 'lircasurer . SALLY PUGII Sergeant-az-Arms Sola Soxixiilialciii Sponsor MISS WA'I"I'S U. CLUB lop: Ciasl. Howerlon, lemlcemeier. Ramsay. Barnes. Harrison, Howell. Slimon Incl: Smith. D. Sharp. Helheing, Baris. Novak. Rosenfeld. Srd: McManus. Pugh. Zimniermmi, Carr. Sommerieh. Muhl. -lth: 'll.ll11JI'lxlI1. Tong, Miss XV.itts. Ziercher. Hammond. Hansman. Page Slv.X'lll'flL'C T .4 M' sg? I i , Q i l 5 'X BOYS BOVJLING CLUB op: lfosher, Balfor, Nlertens, lfscotl. lnd: Rogers, Mowitz. Cook, Smit, Kuhn, Tebhe. lrd: Spurgin. Lickhalter, Ruben, Nash. Page Sixty-six FRENCH CLUB lst: Klein, Landsbaum, Tockman. Wasserman, Plessis. Pearline. Sher: Zndz Seigel, Kleiber, Vwlimber. Lunstedt. Oalsey, Schnable, Vslood. lrdz Barney, Via. NVharton, Whittington, Miss Wtdllner. Stake, 4th Bamberger, Schneider, Arthur, Markisohn, lfishei. Veir. f7Ae SZMCA CAA LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The French Club this season was highlighted by a gala Christmas Party. There were plays presented by the classes, music, g a m es, and refreshments. The French Club will also present their annual spring dinner which is cooked by the members. ll flllli l 3 E 1 se:-q .Sy Simi an jref All students interested in learning about the theatre can find a path w a y to knowledge through Strut and Fret. Under the sponsorship of Miss Bowers, the club tries to further interests in all phases of the theatre. This year the club gave an assembly program and also smaller plays and readings for the entertainment of the club. Trying to make people understand that it is just as important and gratifying to work behind the scenes, as well as on stage is an important idea behind Strut and Fret. OFFICERS I'resm'cn1 . L1513 GALLUP Vieef lfrr-.mienr lDOI.ORl7S PATTIZ Secrelurg , JANE? ZIMMLQRMAN 'Ilreasurer , DANIEL SACKS Sponsor . Miss Bowiiizs STRUT lop: Gale. Newberry. VJeintrub. XVilson, Nasl lnd: Sophir. Bamberger, Wrwod. Barney. Miss ,QQ 'ss AND VRIYI' 1. Levin. Swango. Roudman. Macy. Bowers. Sommerich. Soloman. Rader. Rosen lrd: Swartz. Zimmerman. Gallup. Sacks, Vyharton. Gelfand. Paltirf. N rfb fx X J ,Rf pw--of . irnwhm i " ,fp V . ' t ' fwlsFJ...................-L-f' -na "5 Page Sixty-seven Q CHESS AND CHECKIERS liop: liuchs. Adelstein. lrd: lidelstein. Cherwilz. Young. lnd: Bush. Birlre, Mr. Hope. Zetcher. lfrager. lst: Meyer. Hyman. Dohm. Mesmer, Schneider. MATH CLUB Top: lillerman. Klein. Weism.1n. Siegal. Rosenblum. Sanders. Znd: Becker, Cherwitz. lldelstein, Rosen. Weinhaus, Markisohn, Lickhalter. Meyer. 'srdz Sandler. Price, Rarden. Flazier. Oberman, Mandel, Schneider. liadem. 4111: l,onde. Rosen. Dardicli. Sloan. R. Meyer, Rudman. lidson. C685 if GHC! 6AQCLQI"6 The purpose of the Chess and Checkers Club is to provide an opportunity for wholesome recreation as well as an opportunity to improve the students ability in either game. The Club meets weekly throughout the year. OFFICERS Presidenz . M . , ,......,. , GEORGE MEssMER Secretary-'l'reusurer M , .... MoRToN HYMAN Sponsor ..., .,.. , .. MR. HOPE Page S1'.x'!y-eight ygyaffr CLA The purposes of the Mathematics Club are twofold: to study the various interesting fields of mathematics for which there is not time in our regular school classes, and to promote an interest in mathematics in all students of the school. To fulill this second part of our pur- pose, the club published The Beacon. a news- paper featuring mathematical items that are of interest to all. It was given to all students of the school and we hope it was very well received. The year was also highlighted by very interest- ing and entertaining monthly programs, the traditional Christmas party, and the annual spring picnic. EGM an ,CJ-oredf The major goal of this Conservation club is to develop and maintain nature recreation in- terests of its members. Many field trips are taken for this purpose. Project. individual and group work is em- phasized. Last Spring club members again placed nrst and second in the Special Division, first in Conservation and second in B i o l o g y in the Science Fair, 0:5 migofi Under the sponsorship of Miss Gonzalez, l-os Amigos has continued to be the primary source by which its members have become familiar with the social customs of Mexico, Central America, and South America. This year,as in previous ones. Los Amigos has begun work on one serious and worthwhile project which we hope will bring us a little closer to our Spanish friends. FIELD AND FOREST lst: Hoffman. Kurtz. Brooks. Sandler. Mr. Conyers. Price, Cytron. Kaither. Znd: Feldman. Drury. Klingbeil. Alpert. SPANISH CLUB Mathis. Mitchell. VJeintrub, Gelfand. Kiupin. Radman, Green. Kostman. Tobin. Polishult. Rtrutlmm Bass, Rudman. Lipkind. Margulis. Relnik Cytron. lirager. Gelber. J. Cohen Barney. Sigolofl, B Cohtn Caplin, Seamans. Vaughan. Abrams. l.iss. Graff. Singler. Shtvlman. Smith. Appel. Balk. Gallup. XVaIdman. Hurwitz. Bleiweiss, Sheinbein, Steinhack, Swier. Miss Gonzalez, Rader. Cytron. Stepman Gallup. Silverman. lfendelman. Hurwitz. Soloman. Shanfeld. Zellinger. Garber. liuchs. Sigolofl, Shapiro, Breiner. 6 . .I. Cohen X U at X A Suuunl if onald. l told ber . , . Z, Backstage preparations. B But I did n't. honestly, l didn' Oli any jaLe JU 'UMM you CAST OF CHARACTERS Penelope Sycamore Lee Gallup Essie , Janet Ross Rlmeba . Paul Sycamore Mr. De Pinna . ., Donald ,J Harriet Pogrelis Ronald E. Meyer Merlin Lickbalter Ronald Drury Bud Cowdery Martin Vanderhof .. . John Wilson Alice .,., A , , Henderson .. Tony Kirby , Boris Kolenkhov Gay Wellington Mr. Kirby , . . Mrs. Kirby , ,. .Gwenda Pickering , .Julius Schweich Barry Robbins . Dan Sacks Betty Emert . Millard Susman . Jane Zimmerman Two men f r o m the Department of Justice Olga . Director lCharles Edson ' fljarl Changar A Joann Roudman Miss Wanda Bowers Best-dressed boy .. Best-dressed girl ,. Most popular boy Most popular girl Best bog athlete ..A..p A Best girl athlete .. Best-looking girl ...,. .Q Best-looking boy , Most likely person to succeed , .,ll ss,. A . Smartest senior ...,.l Funniest senior ..,... . enior ,,Y...JAY MEYER LYNN GAST .. TOM ANDERSON .CAROLYN WINIUS ..Y.,,,.Y.DON SAUER .NANCY HARRISON YMBARBARA SHOSS ...... TEDD HANSEN JASON MCMANUS .MILLARD SUSMAN ..,..,JOHN WILSON Page Seventy one 0 of a Cl n C 2 J A K Q25 MAUREEN ARTHUR, Queen SHIRLEY FLEGEL. Maid LYNN GAST, M aid T V l. Rcgnlily. pring ance X- f Ne. N im .wx -. X NX X. .-fm 'WTP' ....,.e if 'IN KAY KLEIBER, Maid CAROLYN WINIUS, Queen LYNN GAST. Maid E1-A1NE FISHER, Sophomore 1VIaid ANN MUHI., Junior Maid Paar Scvenly-Ihrve Skowdoaf Slvotuboul was the name given to the spring musical production which climaxed the year's activity of the A Cappella Choir. Dancers under the direction ol' Mrs. Florence Yawger and a stage setting supervised and designed by Mr. Harmon and the stagecraft classes greatly contributed in making this one of the outstanding performances of many seasons. Captain John Wilson and our newly formed vocal ensembles created a natural and convincing picture of life on a Showluoal, which was highly entertaining and musically delightful. Musical numbers were cleverly intro- duced by an appropriate script con- trived by .loan Crain and l,ynn Bierman. Members ol' the Honey Dreamers tMixed llnsemblel included Maureen Arthur, ll s t h e r Bromburd. Janet Ross, Jerry G o l d b e r g . Ralston Russell, and Dick Wluittington. Page St'L't'f7ltl'f-tllli' SLOW oaf The Melody Maids were Maureen Arthur. Virginia Berryman, Esther Bromburd. Judy Cohen, Kay Kleiber, Gwenda Pickering, Carol Rippstein. Janet Ross, C a r ol Sauer, Barbara Schubel. and Barbara Sharp. The River Rhythm Boys were Richard Clemons, Melford Cohen, Gerald Mandel, Jerry Meyers, Ralston Russell, Don State, Dick Whining! ton, and Leslie Zucker. "Showhoi11" has been another ex- ercise in The Fine Art of Living-an attempt to learn the rigors of artistic self-discipline in order to create beauty in a world which sorely needs it. Production directed by Miss Mary Kay Stamper assisted by Mickey Franklin at the piano Page Seuenly-five oopc-:ration fhrough competition We believe that beyond physical development and a winning team, there is an intrinsic gain from athletics. The spirit of cooperation which exists on the playing field is an exemplilication of the basic ideals of democracy. University City High School students have learned the importance of good sportsmanship, have ac- quired the ability to win graciously, to accept defeat with dignity, and to recognize the assets of others. We salute our school w hich by emphasizing cooperation through competition has for forty years served its community. Page Seuenly-six I . Xgxf' Q 1 1 R 1 1 ' X Q: "' xgff, grig- A 1 A . . K F , is MWQ5, is . , Q Q ' f g f Q f Q to jvlxxik . if g , A Y .. ..-1 Q . X F . Lynn WN NV i X. ka .. x f xx 2 GMA' 95' 9-+ ,S 'l Z. x, X. 6 3' . 1 X N if C-Qaida! Top Row: llirschtield, Stake, Jones, Backerman, Mertens, Karnes, Cristal, Klingbeil, Russell, Greenwald, Flax. Third Row: Scheiniiieixfffourh. Rosenberg. Katzman, Goffstein, Greenberg, Palmer. Anderson. Sauer, Glassman. Vvlil- liams. Dindorf, Richardson, Dr. Magness, Second Row: Levy. Betl, Portney, Sugden, Lander, McClure, Likes. Wilson, Balk, Martin, Redford, Muhlgllead Coarlv. Bottom Row: Nash-Mamzger. Shapiro. Pritzker, Temme, Goodman, Gralnick, Sudholt, Hunsicker-Manager. A football team's dream, an undefeated, un- tied season, became a reality to the gridsters of Stub Muhl and Henry Schemmer in the l95l pigskin campaign. A Senior dominated varsity marked up an 8-O record, compiling 242 points to their opponents 27. A bewildering, diversi- fied offense made use of four different forma- tions to chalk up a 30 point per game average. The two most formidable opponents of the lndians were unbeaten Kirkwood and a veteran Quincy eleven. The Tribe's best effort came against the Blue Devils of Quincy, as a second half Indian offensive outburst brought a thril- ling 32-14 Homecoming victory. U. City's well-earned win over the big-red of Kirkwood virtually assured the third championship in five years of Suburban League play. The Indians' great offensive punch was built around a backlield of halfbacks, Tom Ander- son, Don Sauer, Hal Glassman, Richard Din- dorf: fullback Don Williams: and quarterbacks, Bob Uteritz, and Dick Palmer. Top honors, richly deserved, went to Tom Anderson, all- district halfback, and chosen most valuable player by his team mates. Don Williams was elected honorary captain, and together with Page Sr-ucnly-eight Don Sauer received Suburban League laurels. These three formed one of U-City's best back- fields-each could run, pass, kick, and was strong on defense-the scourge of the League. U. City's forward wall, the team's question mark at the start of the season, came through in remarkable fashion. Alvin Portney, out- standing on defense, received All District laurels: Bud Betz took second team All District end honors: and Roy Wilson and Pete Likes were honorable mention in League selections. Line- backer Bob McClure, Bob Redford, Herb Sug- den, Ken Balk, and Al Lander did commendable work. School spirit was high as usual as the team received much support. Car parades, pep ral- lies, and bonfires highlighted the season. A scheduled trip to Jefferson City was cancelled because a record snow fall forced the game to be called off. The records of the Freshman, Sophomore. and Junior Varsity were disappointing. With only six lettermen returning to the varsity. the outlook for next season calls for fortitude and patience. F Qaida! Top Row: XValdman. Hutnick, Roth, XVhalen, Lane, Rosenbaum. Morose. liendelman, Parnus. Lenkemeier, Kaiser Hupert. Margulus. Gerard. Kaufman. Klieman. McElroy, Helman. Solomon, Dobyns. Third Row: Ochs-Sophomore' Couch, Sirkus. Self. Scobel, Dardick. lfaulk. Kovac, Sigoloff, Zerman. Bellows, Kennedy Outman. Katvman. Hammerstein. Pohlman. Leone. Tannenbaum. Shepherd. Briner. Rau-I-reshnmn Cforrrh. Second Row: Smith. Soula, Bessler. Palmer. Houseman, Morris. Shenberg, Shostak, Ladd. Karnes, liitvwater. Sandler Young, Greenblatt, Braznell. Bottom Row: Alpor. Tschudy, Zaflt. Altmayer. Barry, Goffstein. London. XVolf. Lutsky, Roland. Moker. llrlich, Dill :WTom Anderson, back llKen Balk, tackle l:'tl3ud Betz, end Bud Cristal, end Richard Dindorf, back Hal Glassman, back Jerry Greenwald, tackle 'Al Lander, tackle Stan Levy, end Date September 2l September 29 October 5 October l 3 October 20 October 26 November 3 November 17 THE LETTERMEN Mtpete Likes, center "Jerry Martin, tackle Bob McClure, center xRichard Palmer, back Alvin Portney, tackle lBob Redford, end MfDon Sauer, back 'Herb Sugden, guard 'kBob Uteritz, back 19 51 SEASONS RECORD Opponent Soldan-Blewett Normandy . .. St. Charles ,,..., Webster Groves ., Quincy, Ill. Ferguson ...... Kirkwood ., . Wellston 3fDon Williams, back 3'Roy Wilson. guard Dave Hunsicker, manager Millard Backerman. tackle Morton Goffstein. back Marshall Kat7man. back Richard Klingbeil. tackle Grant Richardson. back 41 We 40 32 ., 33 34 32 21 l6 34 242 Denotes previous award. They 0 l 3 O 0 l 4 O 0 O E5 Page Seventy-nine a:iLef6a! Dec. ll Dec. 14 Det. 19 Dec, 21 Dec. 22 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. ll Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 29 Feb. l Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 Mar. 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Page E ighly VARSITY BASKETBALL Top: Mr. Muhl, Hunsicker, Palmer, Greenwald, Sudholt. Hirschfield, Mr. Baker. 2nd: Williams, Sauer, Cristal, Betz, Levy, Glassman, Likes, Anderson. Opponent Soldan-Blewett ..,. Belleville ...,..,..,... THE SEASON'S RECORD McBride Covertimeb .,.., Clayton .....,...,.... Qumcy .......,........ Normandy? .. We They Place 61 37 Home ......38 25 Home .,..,.35 33 Home 48 39 Home 38 66 There 47 27 Home John Burroughs .. ,..... 45 49 There Brentwoodlf ......,. .......,., . . 48 37 There Wellstonyf ....,....,,............,.... ..,., 5 6 31 There Webster Groves fovertimel '6 .,,.. ...39 37 Home Fergusonf ..,.........,....,... .. . ,. ..,.. 42 35 There St. Charles ,......,., ........... . .. 55 26 Home Maplewood? H .... 45 38 Home Ritenourff ...... ...... 4 3 21 There Kirkwood? ,.,. ., . 56 48 Home Clayton? ,,,.............. ....,..,., . ,. 62 52 There --It Suburban Leag Central ......,. Clayton ..,...... Maplewood ....,,, Beaumont Normandy Brentwood Webster Groves .... Maplewood ...,... C. B. C. .,.. . Clayton .....,.. ue Game THE LETTERMEN Tom Andersonx' 1"4Guard Bud Betzbk 'F-Center Bud Cristalx 4:-Guard Hal Cilassmanzt 'l'-Forward Stan Levy lk 4:-Center Pete Likesx 9'-Forward Don Sauerpk X-Guard Don Williams? "C-Guard Dave Hunsicker"'-Manager Jerry Greenwald-Guard :':Denotes Previous Award. TOURNAMENT RECORD McKinley ...,......,. Marshfield ,.,......,.. Cape Girardeau ..,. St. Louis U. High Kansas City Lillis Tournament 72 48 Normandy ........44 33 Normandy ....,..,5l 53 Normandy . .,..... 47 50 Normandy .,..,..,42 31 Suburban League ....,...42 21 Suburban League .......,29 27 Suburban League . ,..,... 41 29 Suburban League 50 26 Regional ....,...60 34 Regional .......,53 31 Regional .,..,.,,48 36 Stare ....,.,.54 37 Stare ....,..38 41 Stare .....,..53 57 State aaLefLa! 'l'he best basketball team in the history of the school is the honor conceded to thisithe 2-lth edition of Coach Stub Muhl's teams, The lndians won two tournaments and barely missed the State Class A at Columbia. However, a winning streak of l8 straight was broken there in the semi-finals by the ultimate champion, St. l,ouis U. High 38--fl. Previously the Braves had defeated two Regional winners. Marshneld and Central 115-Zl of Cape Girardeau. Other season's highlights included an undef feated H0401 season in the Suburban League play, winning of the Suburban tournament at Xklebster, and the Regional tournament on our home court, tor a season's record of 25 wins against six losses fonly one loss was by over 4 points. Outstanding victories were two revenge triumphs over the scrappy Maplewood veteran team, two close ones over a fine Webster team, four conquests of archfrival Clayton, and a conf vincing Regional championship win over Mcf Kinley. highly respected city league team. liight Seniors, playing their fourth year together, were responsible for this fine season which produced the best defensive record 436 points per game averagel in Missouri. Don Sauer. all district and allfstate. was recognized for outstanding defensive ability as well as a consistent scorer. His teammates voted him the most valuable player award. Bud Cristal, all- suburban and allgstate honors, was the teams all highest scorer with 387 points. an average ol lZ.5 per game. Bud was elected Honorary Captain. Hal Classman, third in scoring, Stan l.evy and Bud Betz, rebounders extraordinary. Don Williams. excellent all-around play. Pete l.ikes. timely scorer. and Tom Anderson. Pepper-upper and fine floor game, thumbhnail sketch the big eight varsity. Levy and Williarns stand out as the most improved players over previous seasons. SOPHOMORIZ l5A5KlIil'l5Al,l l.add, Morris, Jones. Pritzker, Shostak. XX'assernian. Mr. Rau. Katzman. Sandweiss. Orensteiri. 'l'ockman, Carl. XVallace. Schneiderman. Sigoloff. Meyer. l't1g1e lliltlhfll ont' I'a.C Bolstered by a swarm of returning lettermen from last y ear' s state championship squad, the team looked forward to another successful campaign. The Tribe was under the able tutelage of Mr. Henry Schemmer, assisted again this year by Mr. Hays Hope. The team, however, was dealt a severe blow in the opening meet with Kirkwood. After winning the sixty yard dash, Gabriel Markisohn, last year's captain and the Tribe's ace dash man, pulled a muscle while running the anchor leg of the 880 relay. It was doubted that he would be able to compete at all this year. Nevertheless, the Kirkwood meet, which the Indians won handily, showed some promising results. State total City high were turned in by Harold Glassman, who placed second in the shot put and broad jump: Dick Palmer, in tying for first in the high jump and for second in the pole vault: Dave Rosenberg, who won the sixty yard dash, and Don Williams, winner of the pole vault. Additional points were scored by Tom Anderson, with a fifth in the low hurdles: Tedd Hansen, who took flfth in the 880: and a second place 880 relay team of Bob Uteritz, Glassman, Don Brooks, and Rosenberg. On April 5 the Indians ventured to Columbia, and captured the Indoor title, the only title they failed to win last year. They compiled a of 56 8 'l5 points, a winning margin of Z4 over second place Kansas Southwest. Leading the Tribe was Captain Dick Waxman, who won the and low hurdles, both in record times. Other outstanding performances Iiarry, Smith. Gravely, Markisohn. Farris, Weisman, Goodman, Hansen, Pritzker, Broods. Rothman. Russell. Greenwald, Grundemann, Eisen, Lasky, Gillerman, Shapiro. Mr. Hope, Spielberg, Thomas. Backerman, Katzman, Stake. Balfour, Sauer, Betz, Portney, Gordon. Glassman. Palmer. Rabushka, Bengel, Mr. Schemmer, Mr. Baker. Siegel, Goodman, Sudholt, Uteritz, Anderson, Williams, Greenberg, Vvlixman. Lander, Siebert, Dindorf, Berkemeier, Rosenberg. Hunsiker. Randall. Wimber, Berry, Lindquist, Altmayer, Lander, Morris, Braznell, Palmer. McMillan, Kuhn. Augustine, Sherman, Mennell. ns 5, wi .1 Y Page Eighty-two N PQC STATE INDOOR TRACK Markisohn, Sauer, Betz, Glassman, Hansen. Williams. Rosenberg, Anderson. Uteritz. XVaxman, Palmer. Brooks. Other prospects in the senior division besides those who placed in the state were, Bud Betz, Bud Cowdery, Stan Goodman, Al Lander, Ted Mertens, Al Portney, and Don Sauer. A few other promising tracksters in the junior division, besides Dave Rosenberg, include Millard Backerman, Rich Dindorf, Brent Greenberg, Warren Lasky, H. B. London, and Marshall Katzman. There was certain to be much talent developed among the juniors during the season. UNIVERSITY CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL March 28-Friday .,.. April April April April April April April April April May May May May May May May May TRACK SCHEDULE--1952 .. ., . Kirkwood at University City . Senior and Junior-or State Indoor Events State Indoor at Columbia, Mo. .. ..,. .Clayton Invitational Prelims ..........,Clayton Invitational Prelims ...,........ Clayton Invitational Finals , A .Beaumont Juniors at University City Maplewood Relays-Prelims and Finals ....... .,.... , ,. . Roosevelt and Hadley Senior and Junior Events at University City ........,......,. U. City Invitational Prelims ,. U. City Invitational Prelims U. City Invitational Finals St. Louis District Prelims . ........... . M ..,.. St. Louis District Prelims . St. Louis District Finals . State Outdoor at Columbia, Mo.-Prelims State Outdoor at Columbia, Mo.-Finals 24th Annual Intcrclass Track and Field Meet 5-Saturday ,. 8-Tuesday ......... 9-Wednesday ....... I2-Saturday ., I4-Monday 19-Saturday .. 22-Tuesday 29-Tuesday 3 0-Wednesday .... N. 3-Saturday ...,...,. 6-Tuesday .... 7-Wednesday 10-Saturday ...... 1 6-Friday ..... 17-Saturday ,.,.,. 20-Tuesday ..., 21-Wednesday ,, ....... 24th Annual All Around Athletic Championship Page Eighly-Ihre? redffing NVRESTLING TEAM lander. Barry. Dertkc. Peppes. Sherman. Augustine Randall. lemme. Kolker. Sonle. Greenberg. Peppes, Mr, Ochs. Madden. Cox. Dugger. Hyatt, Vwlalker. Abrams. The University City wrestling team under place in the state meet. Barry Hyatt took second the direction of coach l.. M. Ochs finished out m the '12 lb' ,Class Chuck W3lkcr,3nd bob I V. x . I x d f 5 . .u d 9 Dugger took thirds: Frank Abrams, Tom Cox. trtir season witm a rccor o victories an and Honorary Captam Gary Maddm took losses. Placing six men, the matmen took 5th fourths. TENNIS AND GOLF lst Row: Tessler. Steppins. Rosenfeld. Goldberg. Summers. Clemons. Teper, lnd Row:Schecter. Olschwangcr, Sauer, Mr. Muhl. l.onde. Schwartz. 3rd Row: Mueller, Caplan. Schneider, Lapp. Lickhalter. Weintruh, .. ....,. Hamm' 615060 f BASEBALL Eineman. Plax, Eadem, Martin. Levy, Cristal, Tochman, Alton, Kodner. Steppins. McRau. Green, McClune, Likes. Sauer, Wasserman, Dardick, Reis. Margulis, Mr. Ochs, Manne. Gallant. French. Cox. Anderson. Walker, Fosher, Landsbaum. VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Date April 7 April 10 April 14 1951-1952 -tMon.J ..,. -tThur.1l - LMon.J , .. April 17-tThur.l April Zl-tMon,j .,.r April 24-tThur.j . . April 29-tTues.D April 30-tVv'ed.l ...., May 1--tThur.J ..., May 5- tMon.ip May 8--tThur.H .,.,. May 15-tThur.l .... May 19- tMon.'1 ll: Suburban League Game. Opponent ...f'fClayton .....F'CWellston ....,7fWebster . .,?fMaplewood , .XSL Charles fclzerguson John Burroughs ....,......Principia ....,?"Ritenour Normandy ..,."'KirkWood .5kNormandy ....,,..We1lston The varsity baseball squad, c o a c h e d by Liliburn Ochs, faced an ambitious and strenuous 13 game schedule consisting of nine games in the newly-expanded Suburban League and fou r non-league contests. The team competed in the state tournament in May. The HB" squad also had a complete schedule of games. This year's team was built around the six returning lettermen from last year: Tom Ander- son Qcaptainl, Byron Gallant, L e o n a r d Landsbaum, Pete Likes, Bob McClure, and Don Sauer. Prospects for the season included Marshall Manne. Terry Reese, Burt Shostak, and Allan Wasserman on the m o u n d 1 Don Sauer at first base or pitching: Byron Gallant and Tom Cox at catch: Tom Anderson, Leonard Landsbaum, and Bob McClure at the infield positions, Bud Cristal alternating between the infield and outfield, and Pete Likes, Chuck Walker, and Paul Jones in the outneld. Last year's team was highlighted by Morton Kirschs no-hit, no-run game against Normandy. The team finished fourth in Suburban League play. Page Eighly-Hue jke jride The Tribe is an organization of athletes Who have been awarded letters in any major or minor sport. The purpose of the Tribe is to maintain the spirit of University City High School loy- alty, to cherish the traditions of the school, to promote fellowship, and to serve in the best interests of our school, city, and county. OFFICERS President , .. .,....,.,....,.,..., . ....,...,. DON SAUER Vice-President .. ,.,. .......,.,.. T OM ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer . ..., DICK WAXNIAN Sergeant-at-Arms ,..,. ,.... D ICK PALMER TRIBE Walker, Hansen, Goodman. Mcrtens, Suclholt. Greenwald, Cristal, Klingbcil, Backermm McClure Caplan Golder Schneider, Katzman. Gillcrman. Dugger. Landsbaum, Cox. Hunsicker. Gallant. Rosenberg, Dindorf, Lander Uteritz Kolker Hyatt Augustin, Abrams, Mr. Ochs. Mr, Schcmmer, Waxman, Redford, Martin. Portney, Ferris, Levy, Brooks. Wilson, Williams Mr Muhl Betz. Madden. Likes, Sauer, Anderson, Markisolm. Palmer, Glassman. Page Eighzy-six grkisuhil ' Gabrid M Barry Hyatt Don Wxlhams Tom Anderson DOH Sauer Bud Crxstal Dick Waxman Page Eighty-seven VARSl I'Y PLAYERS Charlene Allen. Bev Barnes. Nancy Braudis. Ruth Carr, l,ynn Cast, Nancy Harrison, Kathie Helhing. Marian lilinglwil, Carol Lemkemtier, Pat Meisel, Ann Muhl. Connie Ramsey, Betsy Roos, Carol Sauer. Gertrude Schaflner, Dorothy Sharp, Georgia Tong. Margaret Vs'imhet'. Qjirfri ,,HocLeg Clashing sticks and rushing p l a y e r s are indications t h a t autumn and hockey have arrived. 'Twice a week sophomores, juniors, and seniors could be seen chasing the white puck after school. From these girls the inter-school class and varsity teams were chosen, and University City we nt on to another successful hockey season. Arthur, Barnes, liishnich. Ziercher. Roos. Schenimer. Maysack. Drury. Bernard. 'l aylor. Mill. Baker. B. Sharp. Schaffner. Tong, Howell. Oakey. Ramsey, D. Sharp, Helbing. Gerstein. Vylimber. Pugh. Braudus. Miss Dicus. Dell, Novak. l.emkemeier, l.ockhead. Patterson, Gast, McClure. Kleiber, Hood. lferguson. Muhl, llowerton, Hippenmeyer, Carr. Sauer. Klingheil. Rothman, Allen, Harrison. lkrtn' Ifiqhly-eight gjirfd 7 Z?a5Lef6af Girls basketball was one of the most popular after school activities this year. 'llhe beginning of the season was devoted to intramural compe- tition. Following this the interschool and varsity teams were chosen. Our class teams displayed a fine competitive spirit: our varsity was undefeated. VARSl'l'Y l'l.f'iYl1RS Charlene Allen. Bev Barnes. Nancy Hippenrneyer. Marian Klinglwil, Carol Meisel. Connie Ramsey, Carol Sauer. Alexandra Vv'llJll0l'l, Rosalie Ziereher. Muhl. Barnes. Ziercher. Schemmcr. Roos. levy. Maysaclx. Carr. Drury. ldeson. Harrison. llarrison, Sally l emltemeier. Pal Dorothy Sharp Sharp, Schaflner. Tong. Meisel, Howell. l.emkemeier, Oalxey. Ramsey. Sharp. D., Helhing. Cierstein. XVharton. Kleiher. Sauer. Breckenridge. Braudis. loekhead. Howerton, Hippenmeyer, lillngiheil. Miss Dicus. Rothman. Allen. Pau CYSUH . Page Highly nim ja Ae l"l'l Ct TABERNA Taberna, the girls' modern dance club, pro- vides an extra period of dance in which the girls can learn additional techniques. The club, which meets every Monday after school, has presented many fine programs, including participation in the Christmas Program and Serenata. OFFICERS First Semester Presidenz Bomsliz OXliNllANDl.IiR VIUCQ-IJFQSI-4lt'Hl Caiaoi, R1PPs'I'ii1N Secrezary , NANCY BIRK Treczsurer . JANET ROSS Sponsor Mus. Yawcamz Second Semester President , . JANia'1' S11.vi2RMAN Vice-President J UTTA Ffxss Secrezury , Cmzol. R1vPs'1'ia1N 'I'1-eustzi-er , . ANNA Liaii Go1,m1AN Huge Ninely 335:35 BOXVLING CLUB Miller. lFl.ltLCl'IN.lI'lIl. Xxblllllflxil. Gerstein. l"riedm.in, lilegel, l,ingIe. lVlol.1slxy, licobson. Cireen, 'wVitlm.in, lieingerts. Olevitch. Selig. Colin, Ziinmermnu. Pierce. Robinson. Gibbon. Sanders, Miss Robison. Vklood. l orberlmum. Sliulnnin. iflom. Gallup. Arkusb. Selmuiilv. Beelxnmn. Bartlett. Scirulnmn. l.evy. llattil. Baum. Keating. lNl.1tleod. Colder. Rader. Tlunirnig. l ugger. lieldmnn. Stepman. lioslow. illibaeliliic, Rosenthal. Shermnn, Corwin. GIRLS SVwlllVllXfllNCi Slmnfeld. Gerstein. Hurwitz. Margulis. Gibbons. Dolim. Nlolasky. Bartlett. Malpe. Gallup. Spielburg. Sobelmnn. Sboss. Altman. Arky. XVilson. Geistein. Helmnn. Diamond. Mrs. Ynwger. Mnnne. Goltlenberg. llieken. Corwin. l,ibr.1eh. Koslou. R.idm.1n. fl Q Q 0 LU l I1 lfUl lflfl ITL l Il 9 A number ot' girls joined the Bowling Club During the spring and fall .1 large number ol' this year. The members who bowled each week girls swam at the Y. M. H. A. with the swim! at University City l.anes chose teams and en- ming club. Part of the period was devoted to gaged in league competition. group instruction and the other part to free ' +lVliss Robison. swimming. Sponsor-Mrs. Yawgcr. Puqt' N1'r7uIu'or Sponsor RIDING CLUB llxaran. Sflllillilllflfl, Kramer, Gottliebson. long. Clerslein. Bierman. Sharp, Greenberg. Breckenridge. Barnes, Swier. Paraudis, XVinschCr. -I-ABI 15 ,HTNNIQ Markisohn. Meyer M., Clemons, Goodman, Siebert. Strauss. Cook. Rubin. NVeisman. Mesmer, Sandler. Drury, Iiosher. XVaxman. Schneider. I evin. Stein, Miss Robison. Mill, Gibbon. Hyman. Karalcas, XVood. Dohm, I,it1man. Kraus, l.udwig. Ilalan. piolin llach Monday afternoon the members of the Riding Club could be seen at Westwood Stables. Here they received many helpful instructions to prepare them for the annual spring horse show, which was again sponsored jointly by the Girls' Athletic Association and the Riding Club. Sponsors -Miss Dicus. Page Nrnelu-ltt'o jadfe ennid Although table tennis is sponsored by the Ciirls' Physical Education Department, its memf bership was open to both boys and girls this year. This year's program was highlighted by a tournament in which a large number of stu- dents participated. SponsorM-Miss Robison. gadmin fan FCAQI' The young Robin Hoods of our school again met under the leadership of Miss Robison. In the spring one of the regions foremost archers gave a demonstration and conducted a clinic for the purpose of improving the s k i l l s of the various players. Sponsor-Miss Robison, The members ol' the Badminton club met in the gymnasium once a week during the spring and fall. ln addition to single and double competition a round-robin tournament was held. Sponsor-Miss Robison. ARCHIERY AND BADMINTGN Cohn. Gallup. Dorfman. Meyers. I.even. Rubin. Cook. Miller. Kramer. Tebbs, Hood, XVegner. Kremer. Dinsmore. Kutz, lnce. Goldenberg. Iiisher. Helbing. Sherman. Sophir. Gerstein. Steinlmck. Rung, Rung. Miller. Gibbon. Washburn. Miss Robison. Smith. Hammond. Sillars. Mill. Diamond. Silverman, Klausner, Barney. Thimmig. Krause. Stein, Tong. O Page Nirwlif Ihrm Under the able leadership of Nancy Harrison, the Girls' Athletic Association has completed a most successful year. S p o n s o r i n g a co- recreational day, having cake sales, and playing hostess to the County Basketball Tournament were some ol' its varied activities. Cr. A. A. OFFICERS Presidenz .NANCX' HARRxsoN Vice-Presidenz , NIAURIEEN ARTHUR .Sem-fury , . , CoNN1E RAMSEY Treasurer .. ,BEVERLY BARNES Sergeant-az-Arms MYLA BAR1s Highlight of the first semester was the annual G. A. A. Barn Dance which was held during the Thanksgiving holidays. The s e c o n d annual Horse Show, in which members of the Riding Club participated under the sponsorship of C1 A. A., topped off the Spring with a Htting farewell 'til next year. Page Ninety-fotrr mm :Nw Rs'-N, LEADERS CLUB Birnbaum. Briner. Patrcrson. Pugh. Zimmerman. Ackerman. Sauer. Rogers, ' . Goldberg. ' . Rosen, Price, Diamond, Sillars. ' ' l r, McNelly. I-rager Harrison. Ramsey B ris, Biebel. Sing e Gray. Barnes. Kleiber. Wimber, Gast, Fifield. a QQ Jef' 7:5 CLA ders Club who assist The members of the Lea , with the regular physical education classes by officiating and coaching, are chosen for their ' a dwillingnessto acceptresponsibility. leadership .. n Pay e Nineiy-five 'Emi .Simmer '51-'52 September 2nd Friday, September the second, The end of vacation was here. Old faces and new faces com- bined To make this a wonderful year. September 2 lst Another eventful Friday The Indians' first game, They walloped Soldan-Blewett, And were on their way to fame. October 20th Hail, Hail to U. City High O Hail to our Old Gold and Black, Besides beating Quincy We welcomed our Alumni back. October 26th At the new and exciting Street Dance We had fun and plenty to eat. By defeating the Ferguson team We made it a double treat. November 3rd On Thursday, November the third It was everyone's deduction That this year's Senior Play Vllas a very ine production. November 23rd On Thursday, the twenty-third, Thanksgiving Vacation arrived. We stuffed ourselves with turkey, But fortunately all survived. December 8th The gym was all aglow, It was a big night for Maureen. At our annual Football Dance The Indians crowned her Queen. December l 3th When the thirteenth r ol 1 e d around It was no unlucky day: Poor Soldan-"Blew-it" again, As basketball got underway. December 18th Miss Stamper's Choral Concert Was enjoyed by all in school. lt combined singing and dancing To ring in the merry Yule. December 2 l st Vv'hen vacation finally arrived The school was abounding in mirth. With a Christmas s pi r it of gladness Enjoyed throughout the earth. December 21st We defeated our rival, Clayton, And the Al u m ni Game was played. The latter was really humorous And enjoyed by all who stayed. January llth With four outstanding candi- dates Voters were in a terrible jam, But in the end the students voted To "Roll along with Sam." 1 Page N inety-six BCOILCI .genierffef '52 January 26th While most were recovering January 28th All good things must come to an February 3rd At the Installation Assembly from Hnals, end The dCgistalsZ and Glassmans' Ang thus with our Post-Final A11 were truly sincere, an aucrs est, Were fighting to Win at Webster, We returned for the new semes- Each vowing that he as a citizen ter ' ' . . W ld ' h f S0 the champlonshlp would be Vowmg this term would be our ou ' S ti' 1 V Q ard or the Ours. best' coming year. February 14th Each and every girl is a sweet- heart At least in her own Dad's mind. February 22nd George Washington's Birthday Should be more than just a March 7th The second in a series of concerts F e a t u r e d the musicians and vacation. charm girls too. The G. A. A. gave a banquet for It should stand for justice and Bernell Stein played 3 piano S010 fathers, truth. Leaving all other sweethearts Most of all this c o u n t r y ' s The f 3 Qi 1 l 3 f URhaPS0dY behind. formation. ln Blue- March 28th April 4th April 1 lth The s2ason's first track meet. Amidst many loud cheers, Mr. Shemmer's boys competed Against the Kirkwood Pioneers. Our wonderful chorus Has no April Fool. Their iine production of Show Boat Was a credit to our school. April llth was Easter vacation The school year was drawing nigh. It won't be very long now Until the seniors are saying goodbye. May 30th Memorial Day Vacation Seems to say Summer is here. Enjoy this tiny vacation 'Cause iinals are very near. June 10th Long awaited graduation Comes and Hees so fast Opening the gate to the future Shutting the door to the past. June 12th And now that school is over Among thoughts we'll forever cherish. Is this wonderful year at U. City, A memory that will never perish. Page Ninety-seven Page Ninety-eight We of the staff of the 1952 DIAL urge you to pafronize ur .xdcluerfirierri lt is through their generous support that we have been able to publish our yearbook. On the follownig pages you will find the names of many of our civic-minded citizens, as Well as the names of the business firms which loyally support our schools. You can express your appreciation of their sup- port by using their products and services. 1 'mmio' 'H The Sfwigl H fancy Turns To T S S 3Jmilf?ffeiiiilgiiftEe IUNIURS Sold Exclusively in St. Louis AT SCRUGGS-VI-XNDERVOORT-BARNEY 8 Dispensing Opticians PICQP3 33 North Central-Clayton 610 Olive Street 518 North Gr d Go Formal I IT'S SMART TO RENT YoUR TUX LEON!-XRD'S TUXEDO RENTAL Special Rates to Students 5888 DELMAR DElmar 9902 Pug N X X X I l , , MXXVA 0 x ,4 I f ilinutnrnerrax fsimllwa ON'-Y srANnAno BRAND 'MERCHANDISE SOLD 7 QV 6360 DELMAR BLVD. TIVOLI THEATRE BLDG. Terms. 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Banner Dyeing and Cleaning Co. soo soUTH BRENTwooD DElmar 4500 5505 PERSHING ROsedale 1200 GUTMANS or cLAYToN FORSYTHE AND MERAMEC Page One Hundred Seve COMPLIMENTS OF Commercial Metal Co. Cl-lestnut 1333 ROBERT BEINS Jewelers Damonds - Watches - Jewelry 308 Chemical Bldg. 721 Olive St. St. Louis 1, Mo. BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND Compliments of Roslyn Lingerie Shop 6637 DELMAR CAbany 4104 BLOUSES HOSIERY COMPLIMENTS OF Sid's Hat and Cleaning Compliments of T.LOUlS Works ... S Y S if 1 '5 I ai AND I-,vAu.,ngn i i 11 A - 1 A l L American Shoe Repair In ' llmenf C0.lnC. 210 N. SEVENTH sT. camfwld 9428 918 OLIVE STREET PArkview 2504 Open Evenings DElmar 6700 by Appointment The Pope Shop RALPH F. PIPER INC. Interior Decorating 4 Realtors 403 JACKSON AVE. AT PERSHING M. E. Pope University City 5, Mo. 8021 FORSYTHE Pao O e Hundred Eight ,,g, R 3 sl ,. UWN ounvcv UNIVERSITYCITY 9- X. N 1153 - Q V Q QM I ' 'Q 4 ff Q. X x X f ., is if i gf 3 I is 11 A XL. Q Q Q -JVW . X fin Q Q! gigs QS -: 8 M' Q J W' -f'O Q! Q' Qi M DELMAR-HANLEY PRESS CRAFT CO. Service Station OHfice Supplies - Art Materials 12 N. Meramec, Clayton Joseph E. Fischer, Prop. Complete Road Service DElmar 9220 DEIma'4800 Elaine Cohn. Assistant Manager 7489 Delmar Blvd. CSD Acme Rnofing Company Builders and Repairers of All Types of Rooing 6149 OLIVE STREET ROAD PArkview 2510 UROOFS THAT STAY THE ACME WAY" A Modern Florist Flowers for Every Occasion Dl'SI,'nm'Ue Fashions Exciting Accessories Morton L. Wolfson 7245 DELMAR CAbany 4177 Downtown Three Convenient Locations Clayton Nights. Call PArkview 1336 Hampton Page One Hundred Eleuen Westover Nursery RENT A NEW TUXEDO Adams Formal Rental Company Company Olive St' "St. Louis' Largest Formal Oulfittersn 3415 S. Kingshighway I.Ockhart 2660 , 4480 Natural Bridge COlfax 4275 WYd0Wn 0202 St' Louis 24' MO' 6217 Delmar Blvd. CUmberland 2060 HQUMIIV Wofkii at Reasonable Prices Phillips "66" Products Road Service Certified Cleaners and Dyers We Operate Our Own Plant Eagle Stamps Free Pick-Up and Delivery Service 2 Hour and 1 Day Special Service Mel Friedman, Owner 6804 Delmar Blvd. CAbany 7498 St. Louis, Mo. Bud Zemliak SERVICE STATION 941 Midland Cat Balsonj CAbany 9320 University City Breiner's Pastry Shop Fancy Cakes and Pastries Specialize in Decorated Cakes for All Occasions 606 I-Ieman DElmar' 3848 Embassy Bowling Lanes 1251 Ferguson Ave. CJust South of Page Blvd.j University City 14, Mo. Lou Supic. Proprietor DElmar 1733 STANLEY'S EAST ST. LOUIS FASHION CORNER ST. LOUIS AND COLLINSVILLE AVENUE Page One Hundred Twelve BEST WISHES From FREEMAN RRUTHER5 FURNITURE EU. OF ILLINOIS G. C. REED DRUGGIST, Inc. 7401 PERSHING AVE. We. .Deliver CAbany 5050 CAbany 5051 Mel Heil Service Station Sinclair Products SKINKER and MCPHERSON AAA Road Service Telephones: CAbany 9816, DElmar 7648 Compliments of MuelIer's Market, Your Neighborhood Tom Boy Store Mueller's Market 6973 ouvra STREET Roma Telephone, PArkview 7405 Compliments of Chapman Speed Equipment 7640 Gannon Ave. CAbany 9286 University City 5, Mo Best Wishes from A FRIEND BEST WISHES from Kenner's Sportswear 517 ouvia The House of Tapered Slacks WYdown 0189 CLARA KIEPFER Domestic Employment Agency 1131 HILLTOP DRIVE sT. Louis 14, Mo. Buena Suerte al Dial de Los Amigos P q One Hundred Fourteen GREAT CARS FINE SERVICE Lawrence Goldbeck GOLDBECK MOTORS, Inc. 5148 Natural Bridge Ave. Compliments of BADER'S Art and Drawing Supplies 1112 LOCUST STREET MU1berry 3708 sr. Louis 15. Mo. ST. LOUIS 1, MO. CAbany 9831 Good Luck to the Gus Jacobs Dial Service Station Dealer in Tri-Y Goodrich Tires 25 Batteries 6300 DELMAR BLVD. fl Block West of Skinkerl "FOLLOW THE INDIANS" Compliments of THE PEP CLUB Theo. Ziock, Inc. 7814 Forsythe Blvd. Clayton, Mo. For Junior Sportswear. Dresses. Coats. and Suits Open Monday and Friday from 9:00 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Sicher-Sanborn Co. BEST WISHES from a FRIEND Page One Hundred F fteen P H Y S I C I A N S INSURANCE COMPANY 4477 OLIVE ST. ST. LOUIS 8, MO. LUcas 1100 Science Has Been Applied to Physicians Hospital-Surgical and Medical Plans Years of research have produced the most modern, up-to-date Health In- surance Plans ever offered and they are being made available to you for YOUR protection! GOOD at any HOSPITAL Anywhere in the World We Recognize- Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractors THE PHYSICIANS PAYMENT OE DOCTOR BILLS POLICY 303 ends worries about big doctor bills-Pays actual charges made by your Physician, Surgeon, Osteopath or Chiropractor. Pays for doctor calls at home, office, clinic or hospital, including surgery. No Limited Schedule-Pays your Doctors Actual Bill UP TO 31,000.00 For Each Accident or Sickness FULL 24-HOUR COVERAGE PROVIDING PROTECTION AT HOME - AT WORK - AT PLAY Every Penny Buys Protection SICKNESS OR ACCIDENT - COVERED FROM DATE OF POLICY BENEFITS NEVER REDUCED -- RATES NEVER RAISED For Additional Free Information Call-LUcas 1100 Physicians Insurance Company One Hundred Sixtcen HARRY E. FISHER INSURANCE we as CAbany 1375 Gabriel's Beauty Salon Hair Fashion Stylists For Appointment, Call CAbany 9033 606 Old Bonhomme Road Cat 8200 Delmar, in the New Delaire Bldg.J CAbany 9395 Free Pick Up Best Wishes and Delivery GALLANT C1eorge's Service PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Statlon 1208-10 BALSON CAbany 0130 University City, Mo. 8850 Ladue Road Clayton 24, Mo. Geo. E. Bishop Gulf Products Best Wz'shes CONIPLINIENTS Hamburger Heaven OF A I 7001 Olive Street Road F R I E N D CAbany 9497 GOOD FOOD FAST SERVICE House of Flowers Choice Flowers for Every Need 7647 Delmar CAbany 6776 The Spudnut Shop 6644 DELMAR 0 America's Finest Food Confection Page One Hundred Seventeen COMPLIMENTS OF P. D. George Co. Best Wishes to the DIAL Haupt-Schulte Paint Company Dawe Sisters DRUGS Dance Studio, Inc. Purity-Accuracy Service to the Sick 6601 Olive sr. Rd. 512 s. Hanley Rd. CAbany 8467-68 cAb6.ny 2338-39 Suites 218-19-20 8147 DELMAR BLVD. PArkview 4543 University City 14, M Best Wishes from the SECGND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL One Hundred Eighteen OW' 'Ei ii H . . V X. Ne s M 9 X L .Qs 1 X Y Q , eq X R I ?? 5 fx ' ' - 1 W if 5 'Q - ff1?1? "J Q' 1' f f Lf bl. X 'is-as vnu LQ 1. -: .. , , X snr I 'Ax- gif .BQ Q. xg ..-A- , .nv 4, :XX I 'F im x . N 1' .-1 " pf if ' ' n .W , 13 -f s x A 1 A : Q tl lg 5 M A V1 fa S N , ', 'K f 3 gg, i, "b., B X T Q- Y X -X i I .L 4 M 4. 1- :ISL it 4-A-Y f if G , L, . f WZ. 'Q 2.5 S , iw QQ . my v iw i "WWW ,Q 1- gal Q ha Q7 ,E - N ' X 'Ti' Y ' 1' If 7,151 '. .ff ?4E'1'L'i 7 I ' Q , wma mmm NM mm. Q- A- VA' 'xx' ' 1 1 -- X ,-...","' V Q 5,-J. .-L .....- -- I .M inuxsfffifl K Q ,. 'tru-,.. Axligit .5 .Il 0 ....,.,,,.,W. x . 1 W., ., or -f . ,K 1 - A Q-we if ' ' QWN3. COMPLIMENTS OF Western Garment Co. CANDY GUM J. A. Boain Glass Co., Inc. Steel and Aluminum Glazing of All Kinds 6363 Bartmer Always at Your Semce PArkview 0744 University Ciry 14, Mo, NUTS SOFT DRIN S 447 Collinsville Ave. 1 K BRidge 8131 E. sr. Louis, 111. CAba,-ly 9829 Qpgn 11 a,n'1. to 12:00 For a Good Shoe Shine, Meet Me ar Sat. 2 a. m. The Club Shoe Shine SHANGHAI CAFE PARLOR Air Condirioned Charles, Prop. Chop Suey Parlor Expert Shoe Shining 6314 DELMAR BLVD. 1 C. H. Quin, Mgr. Sr. Louis, Mo. Delmar at Laurel St. Louis, Mo. From a Friend Page One Hundred Twenty-one MacCarthy Motor Co. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER SALES-SERVICE 6153 Delmar Blvd. PArkview 2526 St. Louis 12, Mo. MATUE'S FASHION FABRICS The Friendly Store for All Your Sewing Needs 6639 DELMAR CAbany 2169 Compliments of A FRIEND Berniece Van Osdol Grace Lee Beauty Salon 3 83 BIG BEND CAbany 8647 University City 5, Mo. ROBERT'S BOYS' SHOP LEUTWILER Standard Service Station 7701 DELMAR IN CLAYTON Atlas Tires - Prest-O-Lite Batteries DElmar 1034 CAbany 9252 Best Wz'shes A400 I' 37 land Mr. and Mrs. Oscar -Q . 816 A1211-A, Stein BEND Gp Joan Bernard Page One Hundred Twenty-two Wiese-Barnes Printing Co Printers of HIGH SCHOGL and CQLLEGE ANNUALS 2129 PINE STREET ST. LOUIS 3, MO. CE 3669 3670 Compliments of Pau1's Barber Shop BEST WISHES 7638 GANNON AVE. Hours: 8 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Daily h East-Del Service HANDBAGS Fo,dRoSs For the Best Care of Your Car by See Us, Your Friendly Neighborhood Standard Service Station S H E L D 0 N 6 241 DELMAR Cat Eastgate? CAbany 9 242 Compliments of One Neighborhood Store That Belieues in Being a Good Neighbor KRANSON DRUG CO. Tulane at Purdue CAbany 3900 Skrainka Construction Co. 7173 DELMAR BLVD. CAbany 0963 Dependable Paving Since 1853 DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH , I COMPLIMENTS O Leary-McCl1ntock Motor Co. OF Parts - Sales - Service 6300 WELLS AVE. GOodfel1ow 9850 St. Louis 14. Mo. TWO FRIENDS Page One Hundred Twenty-four AS THE YEARS GO BY... May the memories which our photographs recall be as cherished as our pleas- ure was in making them. :Mrs ' 'lf LANGE STUDIO 7437 Manchester HILAND 0986 MAPLEWOOD 17, MISSOURI P T Dartmouth Market Dartmouth at Purdue Q-itil! Ill 'J v 0, an tj 0543 aunt' Choice Groceries, Meats, and Produce at Reasonable Prices Compliments of MONTALDO'S COVERS AND BINDING for the 1952 Dial BECKTOLD COMPANY Phone Ooen Thurs., GOodfellow 6166 Fu- 33151 Saf- Evenings til 9 p. m. Simpkins Jeweler Authorized Dealer' in Hamilton, Bulova, and Elgin Watches Keepsake Diamond Rings Watch Repairing Our Specialtg 5927 Easton Ave. St. Louis, Mo. Canavera SHELL SERVICE Delmar id Hanley PArkview 9057 University City. Mo Page One Hundred Twenty-six Compliments from House of Representatives Gabriel Markisohn Chairman Pete Likes Vice-Chairman Carol Lemkemeier Secretary Bud Cowdery Treasurer Don Sauer Parliamentarian Tom Anderson Phyllis Apple Ken Balk Harriet Birnbaum Richard Briner Melford Cohen FIRST SEMESTER Bud Cristal Max Dertke Carol Ann Dohm Sam Ferry Barbara Fisher Byron Gallant Jerry Goldberg Martha Hamilton Norma Hollander Sheila Hook Barbara Howell Toby Levy Rosalie Librach Andy Lindquist Gerald Mandel Elinore Mariam Bob McKinney Toby Price Vicki Rothman Marilyn Rudman Gertrude Schaffner Paul Simms Don Stake Millard Susman Harvey Tessler Sonia Thimmig Dick Whittington Connie Ramsey Margie Peters Stan Levy Sandra Block Carolyn Winius Chairman Epstein, Fred Vice-Chairman Hollander, Norma Secretary Glazier, Carolyn Treasurer Hunsicker, Dave Parlzamentanan Birnbaum, Harriet Block, Sandra Broyles, Patti Dohm, Carol Ann Fendelman, Phyllis Compliments from House of Representatives sEc:oND SEMESTER Fisher, Barbara Fritz, Betty Greenberg, Frances Greenblatt, Bob Hamilton, Martha Hook, Sheila Kleiber, Kay Lander, Alan Lebens, Charlie Lindquist, Andy Londe, Alan McManus, Georgia Meisel, Pat Meyer, Marlene Meyer, Ron Price, Toby Pugh, Sally Ramsey. Connie Rosenbloom, Jerry Rothman, Vicki Roudman, Joann Sanders, Oreon Scissors. Phil Sharp, Barbara Shoss, Barbara Sloan, Martin Solomon, Nancy Stake, Don Susman, Millard Tamarkin, Pamela Zellinger, Ruth Ziercher, Rosalie Page One Hundred Twenty seven pafrona One Hundred Twenty-eight Mr. and VMrs. Mel Abrams and Son' Clarence Baris Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Blatt and Family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Felberbaum and Family Rabbi and Mrs. Alvin Fredman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lickhalter Mr. Matt Lucy Mr. and Mrs. Hy Miller and Family Mr. Ben Nagel. Jr. Mr. Rosenblum Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Singer W. Von Steiger Mr. and Mrs. Herschel E. Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wagner Mrs. J. M. Widmer Acme Roofing Company .,.... Adams Formal Rental Co ..,... American Shoe Repair ........ A Modern Florist .,...............,...,. Bader's .,,....,..,...............,....,..,....... Banner Dyeing and Cleaning Co ........ Bauman's Serve-Well Market ....... Becktold Co. ,,,......................,. . Robert Beins Jewelry ....,..,.,. J. A. Boain Glass Co., Inc ...... . Breiner's Pastry Shop ....,..,.,. Canavera Shell Service ...... Canteen ............,.............,,.,.., Carole King Juniors ..,............. Certified Cleaners and Dyers ..,.... Chapman Steel Equipment ,.,... The Club Shoe Shine Parlor ....... Commercial Metal Co. ,....... . Cuquet's ,.,,......,......, . .,............,.. . Dartmouth Market ................. , ....... .. Dawe Sisters Dance Studio, Inc ........ Delmar-Hanley Service Station ........ East-Del Service ...........,......,,.. Embassy Bowling Lanes ....... Erker's ......,....,........................ Harry E. Fisher ...........,................ Fredman Brothers Fumiture Co. Froelich's Pen Store ...,......,..... Gabriel's Beauty Salon ...........,... Gallant Prescription Pharmacy .,.... Garland's .......,.......,.,.................,. Gene Beauty Salon ......... ...... George's Service Station .... P. D. George Co. .,... . Goldbeck Motors, Inc. Grace Lee Beauty Salon ...... Gutman's of Clayton ..... Hamburger Heaven .,.......,.. Haupt-Schulte Paint Co. ..., . Mel Heil Service Station ..... Hi-Y .......,................................ Hollander 8 Company, Inc ......,. House of Floors .,.............,..,... House of Flowers ......,.....,.... ,,,,., House of Representatives ..,......................,.............. Industrial Engineering and Equipment Co .....,......,.. Irwin's Drugs ......,....,.......,....,............,...... Jack's Jewelry .,..,.........,....., Gus Jacobs Service Station ...... Kenner's Sportswear .,..,.........,..,..,.,........,.,.. Clara Kieffer Domestic Employment Agency ,......,.,.. Kranson Drug Co. ...........,..,.......,.....,.,..,...., ..,.... . Lange Studio .......,.......,. Leacock s ..........,....,............,....,,... Leonards Tuxedo Rental ..,.......,..,.,...... Leutwiler Standard Service Station ........ Los Amigos ...............,..,..........,.....,. 111 112 108 111 115 107 106 126 108 121 112 126 121 99 112 114 121 108 105 126 118 111 124 112 99 117 113 99 117 117 111 103 117 118 115 122 107 117 118 114 101 100 103 117 127 101 118 104 115 114 114 124 125 107 99 122 114 .fdaluerfiaing agnolex MacCarthy Motor Co. ...., Matue's . .....,.......,...... . .........,.,....... Marvin's Interior Designers, Inc. Montaldo's ..........,........................ Moorland Market .... The Mothers' Club ,.... 1 Muellers Market .........,.,...........,.....,... Music id' Arts College ......................... Novelty Sportswear Manufacturing Co ......... ...... O'Leary-McClintock Motor Co ............ The Parkmoor .................,........... Park Warehouse, Inc. Paul's Barber Shop ..... Patron's Page .,....,..........., The Pep Club .,........................ Physicians Insurance Company ..,.. Ralph Piper ......,....................... The Pope Shop ....,........,... Press Craft Co. ............. ,.... . Radionic Engineering Co. .... . G. C. Reed Druggist, Inc ........ Robert's Boys Shop ..,......,.. Romp-N-Rest Sportswear ....... Roslyn Lingerie Shop ................,.. Rubicam School ...................,.,..,.,... St Louis Band id Instrument Co .....,.. Salomon-Hannegan-Portnoy E5 Assoc., Elmer Salzberg and Associates ...,.....,... F. A. Schultz Drug Co ..,.......,.. Shanghai Cafe .,.,..................,... Sheldon Bag and Novelty Co .,.,.... Sicher-Sanborn Co. ................... . Sid's Hat B Cleaning Works ...... Simpkins Jeweler .....,..,....... Skrainka Const. Co. ...., . The Spudnut Shop ,.,.. Stan1ey's ...... . ................... , Mr. '13 Mrs. Oscar Stein ,.,...,. Student Council .............,..,......, Susman Wiping Materials Co. ,... . Toby's Shoe Store .....,.......,...... Tong's Organic Foods ..,......... .. The Town Shrier Men Shop ....... Tri-Y ...,..............,..................... U. City Barber Shop ......, U. City Bowling Alley ............ University Jewelers ................,.,....... Joe Vogel Shoe Repair Service ........ Vogt Bros. Poultry .................,..... Webb Agency, Inc. .... . Welek's .,..................... Western Garment Co. Westover Nursery Co. ....... . Wiese-Barnes Printing Co. ,.,. . Wilson's Shoes .........,......,...... Bud Zemliak Service Station ...... Theo. Ziock, Inc. ..,.... ........... . 'fff Page One Hundred ..15W!1fV if , f 122 122 104 126 122 102 114 104 107 124 107 103 124 128 115 116 108 108 111 106 114 122 103 108 107 108 104 106 106 121 124 115 108 126 124 117 112 122 118 106 104 105 105 115 105 105 100 105 100 100 100 121 112 123 100 112 115 -nine . ,V Mwaiw Madam ,ev-4-vi wif ' pw-if Q4 .xdufograla A Pg O H d dTh :yr


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