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

 - Class of 1957

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Dux CICU Mi. C.li.1rlis llimnslu lklmiiisr. Mi. ll.1rolill llillwi Miss lmlnli ll.nninnnil. Mr. l. l,. fflmiiilvcrs lm onlin on, Miss l..llll'.l Pmriscoc. Mr. l'rcil .l. Rnqli. , if y" UK ' ii QV if MW iillil S' A l'lll l5il'lCfS lllfAl lll .NND SfXl5lf'l'Y Miss llclcn Manlcv. Miss l nqilli- Dim, lslnmlingl. Miss Mr. 'l'. l., lilrlwvillc. Mr l . M Ol-hs, tsl.inilin loan Ciurilvn. Miss Virginia Dicus. Mrs. Mi'rfcin.1 XY Miss Virginia l.cc XV.1lls. Miss lwnisi- lliilwiiisiini Mi' l llirlwr. Schnciilcr, lNillllll1l, Twelve Cdddeidd We came here Wz'th neat brown spiral notebooks In which to put down facts and d ates of things And this we thought was learning. But here The world was suddenly no longer that simple place we'd known Of black and white. There were grays, Bewildering, not seen before, And questions where the truths h ad been ' xi ig., exif W , M, ikgyxyi X 1 .rf :mu-. ,ii , 1 I, : Of! ,, uv' lx , X , .. lz.. ,, enior ado icem Fourteen COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES of UNIVERSITY CITY HIGH SCHOOL Wednesday', June 12, l957--H6 P.lVl. Barbara Klearman. Secretary Maurice Tamsky, President Linda Lockhead. Vice-President Neil Crane. Treasurer Professional - Pomp and Circumstance .. . ..,. A EDWARD ELGAR University City High School Band Robert Stewart, Class of 1957, Conductor Invocation .,,.,.,, .. RABBI JACOB R. IVIAZUR Brith Sholom Congregation Introduction of The Program , , .... . .,... . DR. ROBERT S. GILCHRIST Superintendent, University City Schools Address. . . . . . MAURICE TAMSKY Vocal Solo - I Have Dreamed .... . , RODGERS AND HAIVIMERSTEIN Louis Barbieri James Eloerschinger, Accompanist Address ... . ,.... ,...... . . ,... .,,... . . . ,.. . ,. .DAVID BISNO Presentation of The Class to The President of The Board of Education J. E. BAKER. Principal Awarding of Diplomas .. .. . .. .............. DR. PHILIP A. KATZMAN President cf The Board of Eduzation The Alma Mater .,., .... . ,. . .... .....,,........,........ . .. . .. . THE CLASS Recessional - University Grand March ,,... , EDWIN ERANKO GOLDMAN University City High School Band HAROLD HILLYER, Director DAVID MICHAEL ALBERS l don't like spinach. and l'm qlad l don't, because if l liked it Q l'd eat il, and I just hate the stuff. KIRBY AMBLER For health and the constant en- joyment of life, grue me a keen and ever present sense of humor. Baseball Sophomore Z, Varsity 3, 4: l3asltetball Sophomore Z: Llass 3, 4: Football Class 3, 4. BABETTE DARYL AVIROM A happy nature is an asset for life. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: F. T. A. 4: Cadet Teacher 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Taberna 2. 3, 4: G. A- AA 22 Badminton 3: Basketball 2: Monitor 4: Fashion Show 4. JACK SHARNEY BAILIN A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature. Student Tutor Z. 3. 4. COLMAN HAROLD BANK Self-lrust is the first secret of success. Soltlan High School 1, 1. MARTIN ALLEN BARNHOLTZ Popularity is exhausting. House of Representatives 4: PGP Club 2, 3, 4: Tribe 3. 4: Baseball 2. Varsity 3, 4: Basketball Z. Varsity 3. 4: Football 2. eniom ARNOLD ALPERT All glory comes from daring to begin. Chemistry-Physics 3, 4: Math Club 2: Honor Pins Z, 3, 4: Student Tutoring 4: Airplane Club 4. THEODORE ASKOUNES ASHFORD JR. A moral, sensible, well-bred man. House of Representatives 4: Senior Cab- inet 4: Senior Play 2: Senior Assembly 3, 4: Chemistty'Physics 3: Debate Z: Field and Forest Z, 3, 4: Vice Chair- man. Hi-Y Z. 3: Latin 4: Math Club Z: Pep 2, 3. 4: Match I3and 2. 3. 4. Chairman Program 2. 3: Camp Coun- selor 4: Honor Pins Z. 3: Student Tutoring 4: Monitor 4 STEWART BAILENSON Ah, but a man's reach should ex- ceed his yrasp. or what is heaven for? Chemistry-Physics 3. 4: Fishing Z, President 3. 4: Math Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3: Intramural Piasltetball. Foot- ball. MYRNA MAE BALK I want to learn, l want to know. Student Committee Secretary 3, 4: House of Representatives Publicity Z. Foreign Student 4: Dial Business Z. Business Photography 3. Business Ifditor Photography 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Junior' Senior Prom Committee 33 Pep Club Z. 3, 4. Art Club 2. Strut and Fret 1. Tabetna 2, 3. 4: C. A. A. 2. Publicity Chairman 3. Sergeantrat-Arms 4: l3asli. elball Z. 3: Golf Z, 3: letrlers Z. 4: Tennis 4: March Band 3: Camp Coun- selor 4: High School Day 3: Service Award 3. 4. Student Tutor 2: Briga- doon 2: Nlonitor 4: Unitetl Nations Delegate 4: Prom Reporter 4: Junior Red Cross Representative Z. LOUIS ALBERT BARBIERI, JR. Give me health and a day, and I will make the pomp of emperors ridiculous. Student Council 4: House of Represen- tatives 3. Auditorium Chairman 4: Sen' ior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Hi-Y 2. .3, 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Baseball Sophomore 2, Varsity 3. 4: Basketball Z: Football Sophomore 2. Varsity 3. 4: Chairman Program 3. 4: Honor Pins 2, 3: Serv- ice Award 3: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3: Monitor 4: Senior Assembly 4: High School Day 4. RONALD BARNHOLTZ A decent boldness wer meets with friends. Senior Assembly 4: Field and Forest 3: Fishing 4: Pep Z. 3. 43 Tribe 3, 4: Baseball Intramural 2: Basketball. Intra- mural Z: Football Sophomore 2, Intra- mural 4: Crosseffountry Varsity 4: Xllrestling Varsity 3. Captain 4. Fifteen eniom RONALD TERRY BARNHO-LTZ Progress is the actin-ity of today and the assurance of tomorrow. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 41 Archery -1: Ping Pong 3. ELLEN RACHEL BARON Of soul sincere, in action anzl in honour clear. Student Council 4: Dial 4: Senior Play 4: Debate Z, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4: latin Z, Pep 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: U. Club 4: G. A. A, Z. 3, 4: Archery Z. 3: Badminton Z: Baseball Class Team Z: Basketball Intramural 2, 3: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z: Chairman Pro- gram Z. 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 4: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3: Monitor 4, GAIL B. BAUM To live is not to live for one's self alone. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4: F, N. A. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Taberna Z: U. Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Archery 2: Baseball Intramural 2: Basketball Intramural Z: Golf Intramural Z: Ping Pong Intramural Z. 3, 4: Tennis Intra- mural Z, 3: Chairman Program Z. 3. 4: Brigadczon Z: Monitor 4: Fashion Show 4. ALICE JEAN BECKER A kind and gentle heart has she. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Hockey Intramural 43 Student Tutor 4. STANFORD I. BENSON He who is not ashamed of asking is not ashamed of learning. Camera Z. 3: Chemistry-Physics 4: Chess and Checker 4: Debate 3, 4: French 31 Model Railroad 4: United Nation Delegate, Senior Assembly 4: Baseball Varsity 3. DIANE BERNHARDT A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. Dial 35 Senior Assembly 4: Debate 2. 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Taberna Z, 3. 4: G. A, A. Z, 3, 4: Archery Z. 3: Badminton Z. 3: Base- ball Intramural Z, 3: Basketball Intra- mural Z, 3: Bowl Z: Hockey Intramural Z3 Ping Pong Z, 3: Tennis Z, 3: Honor Pin 3: Student Tutor 4: Volleyball In- tramural Z, 3, Sixteen NORMAN BAROHN , . . and reaching forth unto those things which are before me, I press toward the mark. Chess and Checker 2, 3, 4. PHILLIP BASSIN Confidence is the conqueror of men: victorious hoth out them and in them. House of Representatives 3, 43 Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Baseball Class Team Z. 3, 4: Basketball Class Team Z, 3, 4- Football Class Team Z, 3, 43 Chair- man Program 3, 4: Roberta 3, BETH MARGOT BECK A sweet and innocent compliance is the cement of love. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 3: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Badminton Intramural Z: Basef ball Intramural 2. 3: Basketball Intra- mural 3, 4: Table Tennis Intramural Z. Volleyball Intramural 2, 33 Hockey Intramural 2, 3, CONNIE JO BEEM In goodness there are all tapes of wisdom. Dial Z, 3: Tom-Tom Z: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Tri-Y 2, 3: G, A. A. Z. 3, 4: Basketball Intramural Z, 3, 4: Hockey Intramural Z, 3: Leaders Z: Table Tennis Intramural Z, 3: Volleyball 3. 4. ELAINE BERKEMEIER To give expecting no return is the only way to give. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: G. A. A, 2, 3. 4: Baseball Intramural 3, class 2, 4: Basketball Intramural Z. 3, 4: Hockey Intramural Z. 3, 4: Rid- ing Z: Tennis Intramural 2, 3: Vol' leyball Intramural 3, Class 3, 4. STEPHEN WARREN BERNSTEIN Forward and frolic glee was there The will to do, the soul to dare. Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Cross-Country 3: Chairman Program Z, 3: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3. PAUL SIMEON BIEGELSEN A word spoken in due season. How good it is. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Camp Counselor 4: High School Day 4: Ilonor Pins 1. 33 Student Tutor 3, JOHN WHIPPLE BING Who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude. Birmingham, Alabama 2: Danbury. Conn. 3: Pen-in-Hand 4, Vice-president 4' Senior Am-mblv 4, DAVID BISNO Curiosity is one of the perman- ent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect. Student Council 4: House of Represen- Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3. Treasurer: Debate 1: German l. 3, 4: Magic 2, 3: Nlath Club 1. Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4. Camp Counselor 3, 4: High School Dai' 3: Honor Pins 1, 3, 4. SALLY MARILYN BLEIWEISS A smile for all she knows: a friend to all she meets Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Debate Z, 3: Pejs Club 1. 3, 4: G, A, A. Z. 3, 4: Ping Pong 3: Honor Pins 3: United Nations Delegation 4: High School Day 4. RICHARD ALLEN BLOCK The man that loves and laughs must surely do well, House of Representatives 3, Sergeant-Ab Arms 4, Tom-Tom Circulation Manager 4: Senior Play 4: Latin Club Z: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball Class 3, 4: Bowling I: Cross-Country Z: Football Class 4: Ping Pong 2, 3: Tennis 2. CHARLENE BLUMBERG Modesty is to merit as shades to figures in a picture giving it strength and beauty. Soldan Z: Student Council 4: House of Representatives 3, 4: Committee Chair- man XVar Orphan: Dial 43 Senior Cab- inet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 3: Taberna 3, 4: G. A. A, 3, 4: Camp Counselor 4: Service Award 4: Monitor 4. eniorfi SONDRA JEAN BIERMAN Woman is a miracle of divine contradictions. Pep Club Z, 3, Spanish Klub l, 3: Taberna Z, 3: Ci. A. A. Z, 3, 4, Basketball Intramural Z, 3: Volley ball Intramural l. RONALD LEWIS BIRKE A brave man curves out his own fortune. House ol Representatives 3, 4: Chem- istry-Physics 3. 4: German 4, Vice President 3: Math Club 2: Pen-in- Hand 4: Pep Club Z: Tribe 3, 4: Class Basketball Z: Cross-Country Var- sity 4: Football Class Z: Track, Var- sity Z, 3, 4: Honor Pins 4: Services Award 3: Student 'I'utor 4, MARJORIE LOUISE BLACKMAN lt is not necessary to light a candle to the sun. Dial 4: Ifrench 3: Pep Club 2, 3: U. 7 Club 3, 4: ii. A. A. .. 3, 4: Bati- minton lp Baseball 2, 3: Basketball Intramural Z, 3. 4: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, I, 4. CAROL BLOCK Warmth and friendship glow within. Clayton Z: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Ci. A A 1. 3, 4, Baseball Z: Ping Pong 3. ILIENE IVIARSHA BLUIESTEIN Women are wiser than men because they know less ana' understand more. Dial 4: Senior Play Z: Senior Assembly 3, 41 Debate 1, 3: Latin Club Z: Math Club 4, Secretary Z. 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Archery Z: Leaders 4: Ping Pong l: Volleyball 2: Operetta 2. 3: High School Day 4: Honor Pins 2: Service Award 4: Student Tutor 2, 3. JOAN BOECKER Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Student Council 4: House of Represen- tatives 3, Secretary 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3. Ch. Led. 4, U. Club 3. 4: G. A. A, 1. 3, 4: Badminton 1, 3: Baseball Intramural Z, 3: Basketball Intramural 1. 3, 4, Hockey Club Z, I, 4, Leaders 3. Riding 3. Tennis 2, 3: Marching Band 3: Chairman Program 2. 3, 4: Camp Counselor 4: Service Award 4: Brigatloon Z, Roberta 3, Monitor 4. Seventeen eniorri D-AVID BRANDT This man's a salad: for in him we see oil, vinegar. sugar and salttness agree. Dial 3. 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior l'lay 4. Senior Assembly 4: Pep 2. 3. 4: Track Varsity Z. 3: XX'restling Varsity Z. 3: Marching l3and 2, 3: Roberta 3. Nlonittvr 4: lligh School Day 4. MARTIN WILBERT BRICK The philosophy of one renturg is the common sense of the next. Solslan 2: liieltl and l'orest 3: lien tlub 3. SHARON LEE BRODIERSON But is it not sweet with nimble feet to dance upon the air. llouse of Representatives 41 Senior Plat' 4: Senior Assembly 4: llep Cilub Z. 3. 4: Spanish 2: Strut and Fret 2, 3: Taberna Z, 3, SecretaryfTreasurer 4, Ci. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Badminton Class Team Z: Baseball Class Team Z: Hockey Class Team Z: Cheerleader 4: Tennis Class Team 2: Chairman Pro- gram 2. 3: Camp Counselor 4: lligli School Day 3: Brigadoon 2: Roberta 3: Monitor 4. LLOYD' BROWN He seems to bat the hall of life around. Field and Forest 3: Hi-Y Z. 4: Chap' lin 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Tribe 3. 4: Football Sophomore Team Z: Swim- ming Varsity Z. 3, 4: Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3. Librarian 4: Brigadoon Stage Manager 2. STEVEN MICHAEL BROWN lf thou loue learning, thou shalt be learned. Chess anrl Checkers 3: Math Club 3: Archery 3: Ilonor llins Z, 3. 4. PATRICIA ANN BURGHER Chararter is the real foundation of all worthwhile surcess. llep Club 2. 3. 4: Art Club 4: Span' ish Club 2. 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3, 4: Basketball lntramural 2, 3: Tennis Intramural 2: Honor Pins 2. 3: Student Tutor 2. 3. 4: Volleyball lntramural Z. 3. 4. Eighteen SHARON ROBERTA BRASNICK Who does the best his circum- stance allows, does well. acts noblg: angels could no more. li. N. A. 35 Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Art Club 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: l3aClminton Intramural 3. 4: Baseball Intramural 2. 4: Basketball Intramural 2. 3: llockey Intramural Z, 4: Tennis Intra- mural 2. 3: Volleyball Intramural Z. 3, 4, JOHN BROCKSCHMIDT l'ue taken mg fun where I'ue found it. Chemistry-llhyxics 4: Ilep Z. 3. 4: Archery 2. 3. 4: Model Airplane 4. JAMES EARL BRODHACKER And I build mg song of high pure notes Till I strike the arch of the infinite. Archery 3. 4: Football Class Team 4: Student Tutor 4. MIKE BROWN What is wrong with easy living? Soldan Z. 3: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Fishing 4: PCD Club 4: Ping Pong 4. JOHN BUECHLER The things that hauen't been done before: those are the things to try IMO BYERS Happiness is not ft station you arrive at. but a manner of traveling. Senior Assembly 4: German 2. 4. Treasurer 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Ci. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Archery 4: Basketball Intramural 4: Brigarloo-n Z: Volleyball Intramural 3. 4. MYRNA JOY CHAIT She openeth her mouth and the law of kindness is on her tongue. Soltlan 1. CAROL ELIZABETH CHUVIER The charms her modesty conceal'd. Senior Axsenthly' 4: Pep flub Z. 1, 43 'lltberna 1, Li. A. A. 4: Basketball 1: Ping Pong 2 Tennis 1. 4, Monitor 4 IEDVJIN ROBIZRT COHISN That man is in the right who is most closely in league with the future. Pep Klub 1. I. JOEL H. COHEN Liue today forgetting the anxieties of the past. Neve York 1. 3: Track Varsity 4: XVteslling Varsity 4: Model Airplane 4. LOUISE ANN COHEN There is a woman in the beginning of all great things. Student founeil 4: House of Represenf lativex alternate Z: Senior Cabinet 4 Senior Play 4: P. T. A. 3: Pep Club Z. l. 4: Spanish Vlub Z: Strut .mtl Fret Z: Ci. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Archery Z: Intramural Badminton Z. 3: Class Bas lierball 2, 1, 4: Class Hockey Z: Leaders 1: Ping Pong lg Tennis 3: Marching Band 4: Flag Bearer: Chairman Prof gram Z. 3, 4: Camp Counselor 4: Brigadoon 1: Roberta X: Dial Z. 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Assembly. lligli School Day. SINCLAIR COHEN I have no mochings or argu- ments: I witness and watt. eniom BRUCIS CHERVITZ The most useless day of all is that in which we haven'I laughed. JOHN ANTHONY CICCARLLI Skill and confidence are un unconquerahle army. Senior Play 4. Senior Aueinbly 42 Pep lluh 1. l. 4, 'liiibe Z. L 42 llailminton lntramural Z. 3. 4, Base- ball Intramural 1. l. 4. llaxkethall Inf tramural Z. 1, 4 lfoothall Intramural 7 -, 1. 4. that Xarsity z. 1 tm 41 Matching llantl 1. 5. f apt ol llrnms 4: llrigatloon 2 HOXVARD J. COHEN I-'ortune favors the ttutlarious. New York 2. l LARRY LOUIS COHliN Rejoice. O young man. in thy youth. ll'en1ixtrvPhysics Z, l, Pep Klub Z. 3, 4: Class llasehall Z. H, 4, Class Prasleetball 2, 3. 4: lilau lfoothall 2. lv. 4, Student 'latter 1 SANDRA MAE COHIZN Sweetness of Disposition charms the soul. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 41 G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Intramural Badmin- ton Z. 3: Intramural llasketball 2: ln- tramural Hockey 2: Ping Pong 2: Tennis Z1 Honor Pins Z. li Volley- ball Z. STEVEN COHEN Hurrah for a life of quiet contemplation. Cierman 1. L 4. Nineteen eniorft ROBERT ALLEN COHN Be faithful to that which exists nowhere but in yourself. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 45 Chess and Checkers Z. Debate President 4: Pen- in-lland, President 43 Pep Club 4: Toni-'I'on1 4. JAMES BALLARD CONE Whatsoeuer thy hand ftndeth to do, do it with thy might. House ot' Representatives. Vice Chair- man 43 TomfI'om, Business Staff 41 Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Hi-Y, 2. Chaplain 3, Secretary-Treav urer 4: Swimming 23 Track Z: March- ing l3and, Librarian Z, Drum Major 3, 43 Camp Counselor 3, 4: Student Tutor 43 Monlior 4. RODGER WALLIS COOPER An honest man's the noblest work of God. Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Tribe 3, 4: Basket- ball Z, 3, 43 Baseball Z, 3. 4: Foot- ball Class Z. Varsity 3, Capt, Varsity 41 Track 4. MARCIA SUE CRANE An' appearance of delicacy essential to beauty. Tom-Tom Business Staff 3: Senior Play Publicity Committee 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 43 G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Bowling Z: Golf 4: Ping Pong 4: Riding 3: Tennis Z: Service Award 43 Spokes 43 Fashion Show 4. CHARLES WILLIAM CRAUSE I would rather see a young man blush! than turn pale. Hi-Y Z. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Chairman Program 2. 3, 43 Camp Counselor 3, 41 Brigaduon 2: Roberta 'lg Monitor 4. BEVERLY RUTH DAVID The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. Senior Assembly 43 Prp Club 2. 3. 43 Iaberna 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. Twenty STUART DEE COLEMAN "I see no reason why I should bow my head to man or cringe in my demeanor." Pep Club Z, 3. MARY BENEDICT COOPER Through every pulse the music stole, and held sublime com- munion with the soul. llouse of Representatives 4: Committee Chairman XVar Orphan 43 Senior As- sembly 2, 4: Math Club Z: Pep Club 3. 4: G. A. A. Z, 3, 43 Badminton Z: Baseball Z: Basketball Z. 3: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Leaders 4: Tennis Z: March- ing Band Z, 3. 43 Chairman Program 2, 33 Honor Pins 2, 3, 43 Student Tutor Z1 Brigadoo-n Z: Roberta 3, Monitor 4. LARRY CORWIN Observe moderation. In all, the fitting season is best. Student Council 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4, Swimming Varsity 2, 3, 4: XVrestling Varsity Z, NEIL ALLAN CRANE I would plant rich seeds to blossom in my manhood and bear fruit when I am old. Student Council President 4: House of Representatives 3: Senior Class Treas- urer 4: Chemistry-Physics 3. President 4: German 2, 33 Math Club 3, Vice- President 4: Basketball Z. 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor Z, 3, Assistant Chairman 4. LOCKIE DAME There is not beautifier of be- havior like the wish to scatter joy and not pain around us. Pep Club 2, 3, 4: U. Club 4: G, A. A. 2. 3, 4: Archery 33 Badminton Z: Baseball 2. 3. 43 Basketball Z, 3, 41 Golf 3: Hockey, Class Varsity Z, Var- sity 4. Intramural 3: Leaders Z, 43 Ping Pong Z, 3: Tennis Z, 3, 4: Volleyball Z, 4, Varsity 3. CARL EDWARD DENNIS And the star is a word of white, of white . . . And the star in the wind is a word , Student Council 4: Dial Editor 43 Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Chess U Checkers 27 Debate 2: Latin 4: Pen-in-Hand 4: Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Chairman Pro- gram 23 High School Day 3: Honor Pins Z. 3, 4: Student Tutor Z. 3: Monitor 4, JEAN ELIZABETH DENNIS Nature's own Nobleman: friend- ly and frank, ls a man with his heart in his hand. Dial 3. 4: Student Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: French 2: Pep Club Z. 3. Co-Chairman 4: Girls Ensemble Z3 U. Club 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton 2. 3, 4: Baseball 3. 4: Basketball Z. 3: Golf Z, 4: Hockey Class Z. 3: Leaders Z. 3. 4: Ping Pong 4: Tennis 2, 3: Chairman Pro- gram Z. 3. 4: Roberta 2: State District Track Queen Z: Brigadoon 3: Monitor 4: Table Tennis 2. 3. STANLEY P. DIETRICH ls not life a hundred times too short for us to lose ourselves? ARTHUR B. DREBIN Great is truth and mighty above all things. Chemistry-Physics. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Debate 4: Baseball Class 4: Basket' ball Class K, 4: Football Class 4. DEBBIE ENGEL Her voice was ever soft, gentle. and low: an excellent thing in a woman. G. A. A. 2. Ping Pong 3. EARL FRANK EPSTEIN Brevity is the charm! of eloquence. I.atin Club Z: Math Club 2. 4: Pep Vlub Z: Baseball Intramural 2. 4: Basketball Intramural 2, 3, 4: Honor Pins 1. LYNN MARGOT FEDERBUSH Humor is the harmony of the heart. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Taberna Z: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Badminton 2. 3: Basketball 2: Fashion Show 3. 4. en iam CHARLES DEXHEIMER lf but the will be firmly bent, No stuff resists the mind. Field .md Forest lg IILY 2. 1, 43 Track 3. MARILYN CAROL DORN She should, she could, she would, she did her best. Senior Play 4: French 4: F. T. A. Z. 3: Pep Club Z: Tri-Y Secretary 1: Tabema 2 3' G A A Z 3 4' Bowling 31: Tennis ll, Chairman Program 2. 3. 4: Honor Pins 3: Briga- eloon 2: Monitor 4. SHEILA EISENBERG Man is a social animal. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Cv. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Archery Class 3: Basketball Class 3: Bowling 3: Table Tennis filass 3. ELLIOT ENGER In acts exemplary. Senior Play 4: Chemistry-Physics 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Archery Z. 3. MARCIA SANDRA FAIER Her ways are ways of pleasant- ness, And all her paths are peace. Senior Assembly 4: F.T.A, 2, 3, Vice President 4: Cadet Teacher 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Had- minton 2: Basketball 23 leaders 23 Tennis 2. BEVERLY FELDMAN Heaven can be on earth if you make it so. Twenty-one eniorft MARTIN J. FELDIVIAN A happy life is in accordance with its own nature. Camera 2, I: lashing 1: Pep K lub Z. I, 4. Radio Z. 31 Iiowling I: Swim ming Man. l. I: XVrexlIing I GEORGE DALE EERRIS For a bright manhood, there is no such word as "fail." Senior Play 41 Pep Klub 1. I, 4. Vliairman Program 1. I, 4: lirigadoou l. Roberta 3, Monitor 4. MARVIN D. VINKELSTEIN l am always at a loss to know how much to believe of my own stories. Pep Club l. l. 4: Spanish Club 4. THOMAS ROSS EISCHER Only the wise draw from life and from every stage of it. Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Tribe 1, l. 4: Baseball 1: Basketball Z: Golf Varsity Z, I, 4: Swimming Varsity Z: XVrestling Varsity 1, I. 4, Senior Assembly 4. PI-III,I.IP FREDERICK FISHIVIAN Hurrah for the sense of humor. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Intramural Baseball Z. 3. 4: Intramural Basketball Z, 3, 4: In- tramural Football Z. I, 4: Golf Varsity Z. l, 4: Camp Counselor 3: llonor Pine 4: Student Tutor 2. VIRGINIA LEE FITZGERALD' Never shall my lips speak wick- edness. nor my tongue utter deceit. Soldan Z, 3: Pep Club T, 4: Tri-Y President 3: G. A. A. I, 4: Archery Z, B. 4. Twenty-two SANDRA LYNNE FELDIVIAN A kind heart is a fountain of gladness. making everything in its Uzczmty freshen into smiles. Ilouse nf Representative 1, I: Dial 4: Class Oflice Charity Chairman 4: Spring Dance Maiil Z: Pep Club Z, I. 4: Spanish Club Z: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton 3: liaslietball Class Inlra- mural 2. 4: Golf 3. 4: Leaders Z. 4: Chairman Program I. 4: Spring Ifling. Business Manager 4: Camp Counselor 4: High School Day I: Student Tutor Z: Volleyball Z, 4: Track Queen I: Roberta 3: Senior Cabinet 4: boplm- more Orientation T, 4. SANDRA IIIERSTINE A graceful presenre hespealzs UCL'E"fllUf1C?. Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 1, I. 4: fi, A. A. Z. 5. 4: Table Tennis Z. '55 Tennis 1: Operelta 1 ROXANN DEE ITISGHER She touches nothing but she adds a charm. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 1. I, 4: Spanish Club 1. lg Taberna Z: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Ilaslietball 1: Tennis 1. ROGER FISHER Back of the worlzshop's clamor the seeker may find the thought. Chemistry-Physics 3. 4: Magic Z: Pep Club 2. 3: Tracli 1. I, RONALD MYRON FISHIVIAN A good man will guide his affairs with discretion. Soldan Z: Senior Assembly 4: March- ing Band I. JOSEPH FLEGEI. There is a good deal of human nature in man. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Baseball 2: Bowling Z. 4: Eootball 2. JAMES S. FLOERCHINGER The great hope of society is individual rharacter. llouse of Representatives 2, 3: XVelconie Committee 4: Senior Assembly 4: Chess and Vheckers 2: lntraniural Baseball Z: lntramural Basketball and Football Z, 3, 4: Plug Pong Z: Track 2, 3, 4: Chairman Program 2. 3, 4: Camp tliunselor 3, 41 High School Day Z: lltmor Pins Z, 3. 43 Student Tutor Z. 3. Brtgadoon 2: Roberta 31 lklonitor 4, Table liennis l. LINDA MAE FORMAN Little deeds of kindness. little words of love. Senior Assembly 4: Debate 4: l5'l'.A. 4: Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z. 3, 4: Taherna lg li. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Archers' Z: Batlniinton 1: Baseball 1: Basketball 1, llockev 1: Ping Pong l. 3: Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 3: Moni tor 4: 'liable Tennis 1, 3. GENE R. FOTI-lERCill.I. A man of the world must seem to be 3Vhat he wishes to be thought. Senior Cabinet 4, Pep Club 1. 3, 4: Tribe 4. Varsity Football 4: Track 3. STANLEY FRAGER Go to it, O Jazzman! Dial Assembly 4: Tom-Tom 4, Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Chemistry- Physics 4: Debate Z, 3, 4: Field and Forest 3, 45 Fishing 4: Nlath Club 45 Pep Club 1. 3, 4: Archery 3: lntra- mural Baseball. Basketball, Football 3. 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Brass Fnsamble Chairman Program 2. 3, 4: Student Tutor 2: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3, Monitor 4: lligh School Dat' 4. HARV EY FRI EDMAN 'Tis common sense and human wit can claim no higher name than ir. Cfliemistryflqhysics 4: Debate Z: Math Club Z. 4, Intramural Basketball, Foot- ball li Golf 3, 4: Varsity Tennis Z: Honor Pins Z: Student Tutor Z. STEVEN ERIEDMAN The way to gain a good reputa- tion is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear. Chemistry-Physics 3, 41 French Z, 3: Math Club 4: Pep flub Z, 3, 4: Class Baseball and Basketball Z. 4: Chairman Program Z, 3. 4: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3, Monitor 4. O 2l'll0I'5 RICHARD MICHAIQI, FLOM lVe know nothing of tomorrow: Our business is to be good and happy today. House of Representative 4, Senior Play 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: lntramural Baseball. Basketball. Football 1. 3, 4: Student Tutor .Z JO ANN NOBLE FOSHER One generous expression may create a feeling of fordialily, a tide of happiness. Student Council 4, Publirity thairman 4. Senior tiabinet 4: Senior Assembly 41 Pep Club 2. 3, 4: K'olihairman. Dial 4: U. t'luh 3, 4, li, A. A. Z. 3, Vice President 4, Badminton 3. Llass Baseball 2, 3, 4. Kflass and Varsity Basketball, llockey 2. 3, 4: Bowling Z. Tennis Z, Varsity 3: t'hairnian Pro gram Z: tflass and Varsity Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Camp Counselor 3. 4, lligh School Ilav 4. llonor Pins Z. 3, Leaders Z, 4. Monitor 4. Sophontore Orienta- tion 3. 4, NANCY JOYCE FOX Humility that low sweet root from whirh all heavenly virtues shoot. Debate Z. 3. 4: F. N A, President 4 Math lflub Z. 3, -l, Pep s.lulw 1, 3, 4 7 Ci. A. A. t.. 3, 4, Archery 3, 4 Badminton 3. 4. Ping Pong 1, 3 Tennis Z. 3: Student Tutor 1, 3' United Nations 4 JOAN FRANK This world belongs to the energetic. House ol Representatives 4, Vliristmas Tree Kihairman: Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Vheer leaders 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Strut Y4 Fret Z: Taberna 2. 3: U. A. A. 1, 3. 4: Archery Z: Badminton 3: Base' ball Z, 3: Basketball Z, 3, Class 4. Bowling Z: Hockey Z. 3, tilass 4: l.eaders Z: Ping Pong 2. 3' Tennis Z, 3: Volleyball Z. 3, 4: Camp tfoun selor 4: High School Day 2. Roberta 3. RUTH FRIEDMAN Be noble! and the nohleness that lies in other men will rise in majesty to meet thine own. House of Representatives 4: Dial 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pen- in-lland 2: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: T.ibem.i 4: Ci. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Archery 2: Badminton Z: Ping Pong Z. llonor Pins 3. 4, CHARLES FUCHS Why is this thus? What is the reason for this thusnessf' Senior Play 4: Chemistry-Physics 3: French Z. 3: Magic Z. 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Arl Vice President 4: Chair' man Program 1. Twenty' three I 8l1L0l"fl PATRICIA viot-A FUCHS A superior person is modest in speech but exreeds in her actions. llouxe of Representatives 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: 'liri'Y President 1: U. Club 3, 4: li. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton 2. 3, Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 4: Hockey Z, 3: Ping-Pong 2: Tennis 1: Volley- ball Z, Varsity 3, 4. ALAN JAY GALLANT And we are the movers and the shakers of the world for ever. Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Base- ball Class Z. 3. 4: Basketball Z, 3, 4: Football 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 3, 4, XVrestlin5t Z, 3. CLAUDETTE GANGLOFF Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance. PAUL JOSEPH GARVEY When one knows thee, then alien there is none, then no door is shut. Field and Forest 3: Ili-Y 2: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Tribe 4: Archery 2: Baseball 2, Varsity 4: Basketball Z. Varsity 3, 4: Football Z: Ping-Pong Z: Track 3, Vitivenship Lommittee Z. ALLEN NEIL GERSTEIN Then on the shore of the wide world I stand alone and think. Salaam 1. LARRY H. GLAZER To exist is to change, to change is to mature. Twenty-four JOAN HELEN FURLONG Not what she has, nor even what she does which expresses her worth, but what she is. Dial 2, 3, 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Cabinet 4: French Club Serretary 3, Latin Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: U. Club 3. Secretary 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 43 Badminton Z1 Volleyball I, 4: Baseball lntramural and Varsity Z, 3: Basketball Intramural Z. 3, Varsity 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Ping-Pong 2: Tennis 2: Camp Counselor 4: Honor Pins 3, 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor 2: United Nations Delegate 4. ILENE DORIS GALLOP He who strives will find his gods strive for him equally. House ol Representatives 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Badminton 4: Basketball 2: Ping-Pong 3: Tennis 2: Chairman Pro- gram Z. 3, 4: Brigadooin lg Roberta 3: Monitor 4. STAN GARBER Never trouble with trouble till trouble troubles you. House of Representatives 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Tribe Z, 3. 4: l'3asketball Sophomore Z: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Track 21 Chairman Program 3. DOROTHY ANN GERSHENSON I am persuaded that every time a man smiles, but much more when he laughs, it adds some- thing to this fragment of life, Publicity Staff 4: Dial Business Staff Z: Tom-Tom 2: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Cv. A. A. 1, 3, 43 Basketball Z, 3, 4: Hockey Z, 3, 41 Leaders Club 2: Chairman Program 3. 4: Volleyball 2, 3: Cheerleader 4: Track Queen 2: Roberta 3: Monitor 43 Service Award 4: High School Day 4: Sophomore Orientation 3, 4. VICKI BETH GERSTEIN By thine own soul's law learn to live. Sing thou thy song, and do thy deed. tio-Chairman Pop Vurn Committee, House of Representatives 4: Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Club 3, 43 Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: Taberna 2, 3: G. A. A, Z, 3. 4: Badminton 2, 1: Basketball z, 1, 41 iranyimng 3: Riding Z: Tennis Z. 3: Chairman Program Z: Brigadoon Z: Honor Pins 4: Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Art Club 43 Roberta 3: Monitor 4. SANDRA LEE GLAZIER Good humor is the health ot all friendships. .oldan 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Ci. A. A. 3. 4: Bowling 3: Ping-Pong 41 'Ienniq 3: Roberta 3: Monitor 4: Senior Play 43 Senior Assembly 4: Table -fennis 4 S E. BARRETT GOLDBERG He liked people: therefore people liked htm. Soltlan 2: House of Representatives 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep tilub 3, 4: Ping-Pong 3, 47 fhairman Program 4. MILTON CHARLES GOLDENBERG Hail, social life! Into thy pleasing bounds again I come. House of Representatives 4: Senior Play 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: German 2, 3. 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Class Baseball and Basketball 2. 3, 42 Football Vat- sity 1, 1, Class 4. JUDITH ROSALYN GOLDSTEIN Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: French Club 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: Latin flub 2: Pen-in-Iland 2: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Taberna Z, 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Table Tennis 3: Brigadoon 2: Roberta 3: lblonitor 4. REGINA GORDON The noblest mind the best contentment has. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Badminton 4: Base- ball Z: Basketball 2: Table Tennis 2. Tennis 4: Service Award 4: Fashion Show 3, 4. MIRIAM JOY GOTLER The gift of gaiety may itself be the greatest good fortune and the most serious step toward maturity. House of Representatives 4: Debate Z, 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club Z. 3: G, A. A. 1, 3, 41Ping-Pong 2, 32 Volleyball Z. MORTON ROBERT GREEN Nothing ever succeeds which ex- uberant spirits have not helped to produce. Senior Cabinet 4: German 3, 43 Latin Club 2: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Tribe 3. 4: Baseball 2, Varsity 3: Basketball Sophomore Team 2, 3, 4: Intramural Football 1. Varsity 3, 43 Camp Coun- selor 3. 41 Student Tutor 4: High sthwt Day 4. eniorri LAWRENCE GOLDBERG He that does good for good's sake seeks neither praise nor reward, though sure of both at last. Dial 3. 41 Tom-Tom 3: Camera 2, 3: Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 4: Intramural Basketball Z. 3, 43 Intramural Football 3, SHERYN GOLDENHERSH Style is originality and gives personality and charm. House of Representatives Z. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Debate 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Taberna Z, 3, 4: G. A. A, Z. 3, 4: Ping-Pong 2: Tennis Z: Open-Ita 4. Basketball 4: Art 4. JAY SELWYN GOODMAN I thirst for truth but shall not drink till I reach the source. Student Council 4: House ot Kep:ese.t tatives 3: Dial 4: Tom-Tom Assistant Education 3, Managing Education 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Debate 4: furrent Events Vice President 3: High School Day 31 Honor Pins 2. 3, 4: Service Award 4: United Nations Delegate 4. CAROLE JAN GORIN Thou art fairer than the evening air, Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars. Texas 2. 3: Pep tilub 4, Qi A. A. 4. TED E. GRAZMAN My honor is dearer to me than my life. Senior Play 4: Marching Hand Z. 37 Music Theory 4. ROBERT BRUCE GREENBAUM A man he seems of cheerful yes- terdays and confident tomorrows. House of Representatives 4: Sports Iftli- tor, Dial 4: Tom-Tom 2, 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: German 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Tribe 43 Baseball 2. Varsity 3. 4: Football 2. Varsity 3, 4: Camp Counselor 3, 4: High School Day 4: Student Tutor 2. Twenty-five L eniorfi LOIS WINIFRED GREENBERG But onward. upward, till the goal ye win. Uial 4: Senior Assembly 4, Debate Z, 3: In l. A 4: Pep ilub 1, 3, 4 Spanish Club Z: Taberna l, 3: li. A. A. 1, 3, 4. Archery 1: Ping Pong 3 Badminton 3, 'lable Tennis 3: Tennis 4. SUZANN GREENWALD She who. wise as she is fair, for subtle doubts has simple clues. Dial 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Secretary-Treasurer Z, 3. Vice President 4: Spanish Club Treas titer 3: Strut and lfret Z: G. A. A. 3: l3adminton 27 Tennis Z: Camp Cours selor 4: Honor Pins 3, 4: Monitor 4. lligh School Day 4. LOIS GRODSKY A constant friend is rare and hard to find. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 1, 3. 4, Spanish Club 2. 3: ki. A. A. Z. 3. 4. Golf Z, Dial 4. REBECCA ANNE GUNTER An outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: U, Club 3. Vice-President 4: Baseball Varsity Z: Basketball Varsity Z. 3. Capt. 4: Hockey Class Z, 3, Varsity 4: Camp Counselor 3. 4: High School Day 3: Volleyball Varsity Z, 3, 4: Volley- ball Manager 4: Tennis, Varsity Z. JEANIE HAIS Thine be every joy and treasure. peace enjoyment, ana' pleasure. Pep Club 2. 3: li. A. A. 1. 3, 4: Golf 4. ROBERT HARDT The business of life is to go forward. Chess and Checkers Z: Hi-Y Z, 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Radio 3: Baseball Sophomore Team Z, Varsity 3, 4, Twenty -six PHYLLIS RAE GREENBERG Good taste is the flower of good sense. House of Representatives Z, 3, 4: Tom- Tom 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3: Taberna Z, 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton Z, 3, 4: Baseball Varsity 2. Intramural 3: Basketball Class Z. 3. Intramural 4: Hockey Z. 3: Leaders Z: Christmas Program Z, 3: Camp Counselor 4: Volleyball Z, 3: Bridgatloon li Roberta 3. Monitor 4 JACK GRODSKY It got to the point where I had to get u hair cut or a violin. ChemistryfPhysics 1. Chess and Check' ers 2: Pep Club 1, 31 Slutlent Tutor -l SANDRA BETH GUBERNIK There is no impossibility to him who stands prepared to conquer every hazard. House of Representatives 3: Senior As- sembly 4: F.T.A. 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Taberna 3: G. A. A. 2. 3: l3owling 3: Tennis 4: Volleyball 4: Roberta 3: Junior Achievement 3: Monitor 4: Dial 3: Leaders 4: Volleyball, Intramural 4. BEN ALLEN GURMAN Give every man thy ear but few thy voice. Take each man's cen- sure but reserve thy judgment. Debate 4: Field and Forest 3: Baseball 1: Basketball Z: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4. DONALD HALSEY Popular Mechanic. Senior Play 4: Camera 3: Hi-Y 1: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Radio Z: Cross-Counf try 3: Track Z. SAMUEL HARDY Give me a greatness and perfec- tion of soul higher than all things. ALLEN IRL HARRIS Men should be judged by the quality of thought they think. Fieltl and Forest 1. I. 4: French Vice President I, Seeret.iryfTreasurer 4: Pep Club 1, I, 4, Swimming lg Student Tutor 1, GALE HARRIS To the mature mind. all is conceivable, SUSAN BAYNE HARRIS Those who find beautiful mean- ings in beautiful things are cultivated. Debate 4: French Club Z, 3: Spanish Club 4: li, A. A. Z, I, 4: Intramural Archery Z: Intramural Baseball Z: Bowling 3: Table Tennis 'li Riding 3: Student Tutor B, 4. LUCY MARY ALICE HASLER The ignited spark of spirit. I'en-tn Hand 2: Ci. A. A. 2. 3: Basket- ball Class, Varsity' Z: Hockey Class. Varsity 1. I. FLORENCE HILL A graceful maiden. with a gentle brow, and cheek tinged lightly, and a dovelike eye. Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Tri-Y 3: G. A. A. 4: Badminton 4: Intramural Basketball 4. CAROLYN ANN HOEFELIVIANN The voice so sweet. the words so fair, as if some soft chime had stroked the air. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. I. 4: Badminton 2: Hockey 4: Christmas Program Z: Student Tutor 3. 4: Spokes 4: Roberta 3. eniom ALVIN HARRIS IVhose nature is so far from do- ing harms. that he suspects none, MARCIA ANN HARRIS All thut is good in art is the ex- pression of the soul that utters it. House ol Representatives. Alternate l, Dial Assembly 4. Pep Club Z, I, 4, Strut and Frel 1: Taberna 3, 4: Li. A. A. 2. I, 4: Intramural Basketball l. I, 4: Tennis Z: Intramural Volleyball 1. X, 4. PIERCE HASLER He could. in little things. have sufficiency. CAROL HICKS A trustful affectionate disposi- tion . . . creates the response which it expects. Pep Club 1, I, 4: Spanish Club 'I'reas nrer 2: Strut and Frel Z: TriAY l G. A. A. 1. I. 41 Vhristntas Pmgrant 1, I. ALAN SOMMERS HITT The force of his own merit makes his way. lluuse of Representatives 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Baseball Class 2: Baslietball Class 2, I, 4: ffross-Country Z. Foot ball Class Z, 3, 4: Ping Pong ll Christmas Program 2. 3. LARRY HOFFMAN To the man who himself strives earnestly. God also lends zz helping hand. Twenty -seven en iorri JACK WARREN I-IOLDSBERG Two halves make a' whole and the full-back goes through. Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Tribe 2. 3, 4: "B" Baseball Z, Varsity 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 2. 3, 4: Varsity Swimming Z, 3. 4: Camp Counselor 3: High School Day 4. PAULA C. HONNELL The will to work: the intelli- gence to work successfully. Dial 4: French Club 3: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 2: Taberna Z, 33 G. A. A. 2: Tennis 3, 4: Honor Pins Z, 3, 4: Student Tutor 1, 4. ANN ELIZABETH HOPKINS The secret of success is con- stancy to purpose. Senior Council 4: House of Represcnf tatives 4: Social Chairman 4: Dial 4: Tom-Tom 3, Sports Editor 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Football Maid 4: I.atin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 4: Taberna 4: U. Club 3. SGT. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Badminton Z: Varsity Baseball 2: Var- sity Basketball and Hockey 2, 3, 4: Golf 3: Riding Chairman 3: Tennis 2. 3: Flag Bearer 3: Camp Counselor 3, 4: High School Day 33 Ilonor Pins 2. 3. JEROME CHANNING HlO'RNER Truth is communicated to man only by deeds of truth. Senior Assembly 4: Field and Forest 3, Co-Chairman 4: Math Club 4: Spanish Club Vice President Z. President 3, 4: Marching Band 2. Librarian 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3. 43 Student Tutor 2, 3, 4: Nlonilor 4. ROBERT FREDERICK HUMPHREYS Now quietly flows the river to the sea, yet it always reaches its destination. NVhitefield 2: Ili,Y 3. 4. BARRY LEWIS JASPER Let us consider the way in which we spend our lives. Adv. Manager Tom-Tom 41 Senior Assembly 4: French Club 3. 4: Math Club 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2. 4: Intramural Football 4: Varsity Track 2: Marching Band 2. 3. Student Conductor 4: Christmas Pro- gram 3, 4: Monitor 4. Twenty-eight ROXANE B. HOLTZMAN Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together. Dial 4: Senior Play 3: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Att 2. 4: Ci. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Badminton 4: Basket- ball 2. 4: Golf 4: Riding 2: Ping Pong 4: Tennis 2. 4: Brigadoon 2: Roberta 3: Monitor 4: Junior Achievement 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARD HOOD lndustry makes all things obtainable. Student Council 4: House of Represen- tatives 2, 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Hi-Y Secretary-Treasurer Z. President 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Intramural Baseball Z, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball Z, 3: Intramural Football Z. 4. Varsity 3: Swimming Varsity 3, 4: Camp Counselor 3. 4: High School Day 1. SALLY HOPKINS She is the most delightful of God's creatures. Student Council 4: Dial 3. 4: Tom- Tom 3, 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: French Club 3: Latin Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3, Cheerleader 4: Tab- erna 4: U. Club 3, President 4: G. A. A. 2, 3. Social Chairman 4: Badminton 2, 3: Baseball 2. 3: Varsity Basketball and Hockey Z. 3. 4: Golf 31 Riding 3: Tennis 2, 3: Flag Bearer 31 Camp Counselor 3. 4: High School Day 3: Service Award 4. DONNA LEE HOUSTON As changeful as the lights which flick and flash. Pep Club 2: Taberna 2, 3: G. A. A, Z. 3: Archery Z. 3: Badminlon ZZ Bowling Z, 3: Basketball 4: Hockey 4. SANFORD JAFFE I am the master of my fate: l am the captain of my soul. Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Varsity Baseball Z. 3, 4: Class Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 4: Class Football Z, Varsity 3. 4, JULIE JONAS Woman is various and most mutable. House of Representatives 3: French Club 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Taberna 3. 4: Ci. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Badminton Z3 Baseball Z: Basketball Z: Golf 3: Ping Pang 1. GENORA JONES Beautiful faces are those who wear whole-souled honesty printed there. Summer High. Z: Ci. A. A. 3. 41 Christmas Program 4: Roberta. FARRELL KAHN When a man's busy, leisure strikes htm as a wonderful pleasure. Dial Z: Tom-Tom Z: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Tribe 4: Baseball class 2, intramural 3: Basketball intra- mural Z. 3. 4: Cross-Country Z: Foot- ball. class 2. intramural 3. 4: Table Tennis Z, 3: Track. varsity Z, 4. JANET S. KALMES Few words, but proceeding from a heart filled with truth. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton Z. 3: Hockey Z. 3: Tennis 22 Volleyball Z. 4: Basketball Z, 32 Fashion Show 3. MERLE LYNNE KAMINSKY Every day is a gift I receive from heaven. Tom- Tom 4: Debate 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3: Archery 3: Golf 3: Table Tennis 3: Honor Pins 3. 4. BARRY MARK KASH Talk happiness: the world is sad enough. German 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Student Tutor 4. JUDITH ANNE KATZ There's a streak of mischief in every good little girl. House of Representatives 3: Senior As. sembly 4: Debate 4: F. T. A. 4: Cadet Teacher 43 Pep Club Z, 3. 43 Spanish Club 2. 3: President 4: Tab- erna 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Hockey 2: United Nations Re- porter 4: Spokes 4. en iorfi JUDITH KAHAN A beautiful smile is to the fe- male countenance what the sun- beam is to the landscape. llouse of Representatives 3: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Badminton 2: Baseball Z: Basket- ball Z: Table Tennis Z: Tennis ZZ Volleyball Z1 Honor Pint 4: Student Tutor Z, 3. BEVERLY KALMES Her ways are ways of pleasantrzes. Senior Assembly 4: F. T. A. 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ci. A. A. Z. 3,41Bad- minton Z: Bowling 3. KAY KALY You may be whatever you resolve to be. PHILIP LEE KAPNICK Trust men and they will be true to you: treat them greatly and they will show themselves great. House of Representatives 33 Dial 3: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Latin Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Strut and Fret 2: Football. Varsity 2. 3: Swimming 3: Student Tutor Z: Monitor 4. ROSLYN SUE KASKOWITZ Character is higher than intel- lect A great soul. House of Representatives 2, 4: Popcorn Co-Chairman 4: Tom-Tom 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club. Vice President Z. President 33 G. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton Z. 3: Leaders 43 High School Day 3: Honor Pins 3: Student Tutor 4: Volleyball 2. 4: Sophomore Orientation 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Fashion Show 4. BERNARD KAUFMAN The world belongs to the en- thusiastic who keeps cool. Twenty-nine eniorfi JOAN KEHI.. Quiet perseverance speaks out with success. French Club 3, 4: F. T, A. 3, 4. Cadet Teacher 4: lltmor Pins 3. 4. CARLOTTA V. KHALIFAH The one who will he found in trial capable of yreat acts of love is ever the one who is always doing considerate small ones. Student Council 4: Ilcuse of Represen- tatives 3: Dial 3, 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: French Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2: cz. A. A. 1. 1. 41 Bad- minton 2: Tennis lx Camp Counselor 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor 3, Chairman 4, Award 4, lligh School Day 4. MYRON ALLEN KIRSCH If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, he will meet with a success un- expected in common hours. lierman 1. 4: Math Club Z. 3: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Radio 2, 3: Secretary 2: Intramural Baseball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural Football 2: Track Varsity 4: Chemistry-Physics Z. STANFORD KLEARIVIAN The yreatness in a man lies in his ability to continually make a new' man of himself. gntramural Baseball 2. 3: XX'restling Z ROBERT LOUIS KLEIN The wisest man could ask no more of fate than to be simple, modest, manly, true. Chemistryfllhysics Z1 Pep Club Z: Font' hall Z. SUZANNE KOCH Pleasure is far sweeter as a rec- reation than business. Thirty JEAN O. KELLY That action is best which pro- cures the greatest happiness for the greatest number. Dial 2. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: French Club 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 43 Taberna 4: U. Club 3, 4: G. A, A. 2. 3, Social Committee 4: Intramural Baseball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey Z, 3, 4. Ping Pong 2. 3, 4: Riding Z: Tennis 2. 3, 4: Christmas Program Z: Camp Counselor 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor 4. GABE KINGSLEY A little work, A little play. Camera 3: Pep Ciluh Z. 3, 4: Ratlio Z BARBARA JEAN KLEARMAN lersonality is to her what per- fume is to a flower. I House of Representatives. Secretary 4: Committee Chairman Citizens 4: Dial 4: Tom-Tom 3, 4: Senior Club Secref tary 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Sophomore Orientation 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Span- ish Club 2. 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Archery 3: Badminton 3: Baseball 1: Basketball Z, 3, 41 Ilockey Z: Leaders Z, 4: Ping Pong Z. 4: Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Camp Counselor 4: High School Day 3: Iloinor Pins Z, 3, 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor 4. MILTON KLEG He is great who is what he is from nature, and who never reminds us of others. Field and Forest 3. 4: Latin Club Z: Tribe Z, 3, 4: Cross-Country 3, 4: Table Tennis 2: Track Z. 3. 4. DAN KNOKE He makes the most of all that comes, the least of all that goes. Pep Club 4. SUSAN THOMPSON KOELLE And simplicity is the crowning result of the highest culture. Dial 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior As' sembly 4: French Club 3: Latin Club 2: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: U. Club 3. 4. Treasurer 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Bad- minton Z: Baseball 2: Basketball 2, 3. 41 Hockey Z, 3. 4: Leaders 4: Table Tennis 2. Tennis 2. 3: Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Camp Counselor 4: Honor Pins Z. 3, 4: Service Award 3, 4: Student Tutor 1, 3, 4, WlI,I,IAlNI A. ROI-IL For he's a jolly good fellow. Art lg Kiamera 1. liield and Iiorest 2. 3, 4: Foreign 3: Pep Cflub 1. 3 Tennis 3: Track Manager Z, 33 Christ- mas Program 1. 3: Servrfe Award 1: Brigatloorr. Roberta STANLEY KOLKER Aloot and light-hearted l take to the open road. Healthy, free, the world before me. Springfield 1: l3axeball Varsity 4 X3'restling Varxitv 3. I7HYl.l.lS DIANE KORN What wisdom can you find that is yreater than rourage? Noltlan 1, 3 SANDRA JOAN KORNBLET Humility is the solid foundation of all the virtues. Senior Assembly 4. Pep Cilub 21 Tab- erna 1, 3. 4: G. A, A. 2. 3, 4: Bail. minion li I3aslu'Kball 1. 41 Christmas lxrugranr 3: Brigatloon. Roberta. Moni- IOL YETTA KRAIVI A lovely lady garmented in light from her own beauty. Senior Play 3. 4: Senior Assembly 41 l'ep Club Z: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Archery Z. I3.1dminton Z: Bowling 3: Ping Pong 1. 3: Tennis Z, 4. Volleyball Z: Briga- tloon. JEROME STANLEY KRAUS The force of character is cumulative. Stutlent l'ouneil Vice President 4: House of Representative 3. Chairman 41 TomfTom 2, 3. 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Chem! rstry-Physics 3, 4: Debate Z. 3. 4: PVP illub Z. 3. 4: Football Class Team 1: Traclt Varsity Z. 3: XVrestling Var- sity 1: Marching Band Z, 3. 4: Camp Vounselor 3. 41 lligh School Day 2: Student Tutor 1, 3: Servite Award 43 U. N. Day 4. Roberta. Alonitor. eniorfi MARILYN ROSE KOHN Real glory springs from the silent Conquest of ourselves. Pep Club Z. 3. 4 Talerna I ir. A A. 4. STAN KOIVIEN Faith. lfirmness. Confidence. Consistency - These are well allied. llayton Z: 'I'om"It,rn 4, Senior Assent' bly 4. Pep fluh 3. 4: 'lube 4. Intra- mural Baseball 3. 4' I3axlxetball, Varsity 3. 4: lnrramural lioerball 3. 4, Ping Pong 3. MARSHA KORNBLATT Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power. VRANCIA MARIAN KRAI-lf'l' After the verb "To Love." "To Help" is the most beautiful verb in the world. Pep Klub Z: Tri-Y 2. 3: llunor llins 4. JEROME l.liE KRASNIER The great end of life is not knowledge but action. Soldan Z. Magic 3. 43 Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: In- tramural Football 3. 4, Traeli Varsity 3: Marching Band 3, ARLEEN LOIS KRIZISMAN Gentle thoughts and calm desires. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: F. T. A. 43 Cadet Teacher 41 Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Art 4: Strut and Iiret Z, Taberna 3, 43 G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Class Team llocliey 2: Leaders Z: Tennis Z: Iligh School Day 4: Fashion Shew 3. l3rigatIoon. Roberta. Monitor. Thirty- one eniorzi MARCIA KREIVI lf there is righteousness in the heart there will be beauty in the character. Soldan 11 Art 4, Colt' 3. RICHARD CHARLES KUNTEMEIER To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pep l, 3, 4: Baseball Z: Football 1, Varsity 3. ALVIN lRI.. KUTNER Happiness is the only good. Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Intra- mural Baseball 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Football 4: Track Varsity 2, 3, 4: High School Day 4: U. N. Day Representative, ELAINE LANDER Determination ana' sportsman- ship are great assets in life. Student Council Secretary 4: Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior- Junior Prom Committee 3: French Club 2. 3: Pep Z, 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: G. A, A. Z, 3, President 4: Class Baseball Z, 3: Varsity Z, 3: Class Basketball Z, 3, 4: Varsity 2, 3, 4: Golt Z: Class Hockey 2, 3, 4: Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4: Leaders 3. 4: Ping Pong Z: Riding 2: Tennis Z, 3, 4: Camp Counselor 3, 4: Honor Pins Z, 3: Tutor Award Z. ROBERTA LEA LASKY Virtue is the performance of pleasant actions, Soltlan 2. 3. DYANN LOUISE LEIGH Where's the voice wherever soft. one would hear so very oft? Senior Play 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Ci, A. A. 2, 3, 4: Badminton Z: l'usketb.ill Z, 4: Tennis Z. Thirty-two BERNARD JEROME KUNITZ Wise to resolve, patient to perform. Senior Cabinet 4: Latin Club Z. 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Class Baseball Z: Class Football 2: Class Track Z. KATHLEEN KURTZ What I gave, I have: what I spent, l had: what I kept, I lost. Dial 4: Senior Play Z. 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Debate 4: F. N. A. 4: German 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: U. Club 3, 4: G, A, A. Z, 3, 4: Badminton Z, 3: Class Baseball Z. Varsity 3: Class Basketball 2, 3, 4: Class Hockey Z. 3, Varsity 4: Class Volleyball Z, I, 4: Table Tennis Z, 3: Tennis Z, 3, 4: U, N. Assembly 4. ELEANOR LAIVIBERG He that hath found iz faithful friend hath found a treasure. Soldan: F. T, A. 4. JEROME B. LANDSBAUIVI I would not waste my spring of youth in idle dalliance. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Marching Band Z. 4: Christmas Program 3: Honor Pins 3: Service Award 4: Roberta 3, PHYLLIS LEFKOWITZ There will ever be a place for those who Care. HELEN JEAN LEVENTHAL l'm on my way with a merry heart. Soldan Z: House of Representatives 3, Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Basketball 4: Bowling 3: Golf 3: Leaders 3: Tennis 3. 4. EUGENE DAVID LEVIN Truth is honesty in speech: honesty is truth in action. Student Council 4: Member 3: Senior- Junior Prom Committee 3: Pep Club 2. I, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: Basketball Intramural 1: Varsity liootball 2. 3. 4: Varsity Track l, 3. 4: Vamp Counselor 4: High School Day 3. MARJORIE JANE LEVY Perpetual Motion. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4, G. A, A, Z. 3, 4: Badminton Intra- mural Z. 3: Baseball Intramural 3: Basltetball Intramural Z. 3: Bowling Z: Hockey lntramural Z: Ping Pong 3. Tennis 3: Art Club 2, JOHN A. LEWIS II Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be. Debate 4: Ili-Y l. 3. 4: Math Club Z: Pep Club 1. 3. 4. Basketball Intra- mural 4. Student Tutor Z. BRENDA LIEBER Man was made when Nature was hut an apprentice. but woman when she was a skillful mistress of her art. Senior Assembly 4: F. T. A. 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Archery Z: Badminton 1: Basketball Intramural 1: Ping Pong Z. 4: Tennis 1, 4: Volleyball Intramural l. 4: liasliiun Show I: Dial 4, JOHN W. LINSON Climb high, climb far. your goal the sky: your aim the star. Hi Y i 4 BEVERLY CLAIRE LITZINGER There is a garden in her face, where roses and white lilies show - a heavenly paradise wherein all pleasant fruits do grow. Pep Club 1. 3, 4. G. A. A. 1. 3, 4. eniom THEODORE H. LEVIN A man is relieved and gay when he has put his heart into his work and done his best. Pep Club 4. Art Club 4 DAVID RICHARD LEWIN One man with a dream. at pleaf sure, shall ao forth and conquer a crown Student Council 4: House of Reprexenf tatives Z. 3: Committee Chairman, lien eral Improvement 4. Citizenship Chair' man 4: Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Debate 4: Fishing 3, 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Baseball Class Team Z. 3. 4, Basketball Class Team 2. 3, 4. Football Class Team 1. 3, 4: Swimming 3: Camp Counselor 4: lligh School Day 2: Service Award 4. ROSE LIBRACH A rose--the sweetest flower that in the forest grows. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4: French Club Z. 3. 4: la 'l. A, 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: li. A, A. Z. 3, 45 Y l3atlminton Z: Ping long 2. l, 4. JOANNE LINDER Good humor is one of the hes! aftlfles ot dfess one fun uflelff tn society. French Club Z, 3. li. A. A 3: Pen Cilub l. 3. Taberna 1: Ci. A, A 1. 3. 4: Archery 3, Ping Pong 1. ROSALIE FAY LITE To love the beautiful. to desire the good, todo the best. Student Council 4: llouxe of Represen- tatives 4. Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4, Senior Play. Xlhirdrobe Committee 4: Debate 3. 4: l.atin Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Taberna 1. 3. Advanced 4: U. Club 45 CS. A. A. 2. 3. Publicity Kiommittee 4: Archery Z: Ping Pong 1: Tennis 1: Camp Counselor -l. Honor Pins Z. I, 4: Student Tutor and Assistant Chairman 4. Brigarloon Z Roberta 3: Monitor 4. JEANNI2 ANNE LlVEl,Y She hath a daily beauty in her life. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club l. 3: Spanish Club 3: Ci. A, A. 1. I, 4: Badminton 2: Volleyball Intramural 4: Basketball Intramural Z: leaders Club 4: Tennis Z. 3: Honor Pins 3: liashion Show 3, 4. Brigadoon l. Thirt tl' three eniom LINDA LOCHHEAD lVith the new dawning light Steps forth my lady bright.' Ftutlent founcil 4: House of Represen- tatives Social Committee Chairman 41 I7ial 4: Senior flaw Vice President. Senior fabinet: Senior Play: Senio- Junior Prom Committee 3: Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Taberna 4: Li. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Badminton Z Hockey Class 3: Leaders li U. N. Delegate 4: Vamp Counselor 3, 4: Iligh School Day 33 llonor Pins 3, 45 Monitor 4. MICHAEL LONDE But let me live by the side of the road, And be a friend to man. ARLENE LUBIN To be merry best becomes you. F. T. A. 4: Cadet Teacher 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Taberna 3' li. A. A. Z, 3: Badminton 4. REVA MAGIDSON Sing me a song. sweet rind low. MARTHA ANN MARES Naturally nice and nifely natural. Pep Llub 2, 3, 4:41. A. A. 1. 3. 4: Archery' I: Basketball Intramural Z: Hockey Intramural 2, Tennis Z: Christ' mas Program Z. SUSIE MASON ln youth and beauty wisdom is but rare. Dial 43 Tom-Tom Z1 Senior Cabinet 45 Senior Assembly 4: French 3, 4: Latin Club Z: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: I3asketball Z: Golf Z. .3: Hockey Class Z: Volleyball Intra- mural 3: Softball Intramural 3: Leaders 43 Tennis Z: Marching Band 2, Secref tary 3, 4: Christmas Program 3: Camp Counselor 4: Honor Pins Z, 3, 4' Student Tutor Z. 4: Brigadoon 2. Roberta 31 Monitor 4: U. N. Delegate 4. Thirty-four HAROLD BRENT LOEWENSTEIN ln a thousand years we shall forget the things that trouble US now. Spanish Cilnb 3. Art 2. -I STEVE LOWRY To believe what is true for you in your private heart rs true for all men-that is genius. Senior Play Stg. Mgr. 3g Senior Ae sembly. Debate 4. Field and Forest Z. 3, 4: Fishing President 4: Pen-in-Hand 3, 4: Strut and Fret Z: Archery 2, 3: Camp Counselor 4: High School Day 2 Honor Pins Z, 4: Ar! Club Z: Student Iutor 4: Brigacloon Z: Roberta 3. LAWRENCE J. LYNCH, JR. An essential of a happy life is lreedom from care. Iiield and Forest 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Football Z: Varsity Swimming Z. 3. 4: Table Tennis 3: Track 3: Marching Band 3, 4: Christ. mag pmiram 1. 3, 4: Camp Counselor 3, 41 U. N. Delegate 4. JIM MALEN XVe are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams. Dial 4: Senior Play Camera 2, 3: lihemistry-Physics 4. Radio Z. 3. Marching Band Z. 3. 4: Christmas Program 3. 4. DIANE XVENDELYN MARTIN Style is the dress of thought. Dial 3. 4. Senior Assembly 4: Debate 2. 3: F. T. A. 3. Secretary 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 2: Taberna 2, 4: G. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Bowling 3: Table Tennis 2: Student Tutor 3, Brigadoon Z. WILLIAM J. MATTHEWS . . And if he ran't find the crreumstanres he wants, he makes them. Dial 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Chem' istry-Physifs 4: Debate 3: Math Club 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, Honor Pins Z. 3, 4: Current Events 3. .IACQUELINE ANN MAYER Music' is the harmony of frea- tion. celestial melody. flowing from the feeling of the heurt. Slenmr Assevmbly 4: Iirench Lfluvb 3. 4. , lep flub -. 3. 4: li. A. A. .,. 3. 42 I3.ulminton Z: Hockey l. Tennis 4: Christmas Program 1. 3. 4. High School Day 4. Brigailoon 1: Roberta 3. Moni- lor 4: Volleyball Intramural 4. Hockey Intramural l. .IGSISPH ANDRIZNV IVIIEISEI. I mean to make myself it man. and if l succeed tn that, l shall siieceed in everything else. lleuxe of Representatives 4: Tom-Torn 4, Senior Ciabinet 4: Hi-Y Z. 3: Pep ilub Z. 3. 4: Tribe 3. 4: Basketball Z. Football Z. Varsity 3. 4: Swimming Varsity 3, 4. Traek Varsity 2. 3. 4. Lamp liounxclor 4: High School l3.iV 4, Prom Reporter 4. NORMAN MICHELSON The inalienable dignitg of man. Soltlan 1. 3. Marching l3anil 3. 4 CAROLYN EMILY MILLER All things are aeeomplished bg diligence and labor. llouse ot Representatives 4. Dial 4. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pen Vlub Z. 3. 4. Spanish Club 3. 4. Vice Preeiilent 3: Taberna 1. 3. U. Club 3. 4, li. A. A. 2. 3. 4. Archery' lr l3asel'all 1. 3. 4. l3askeIl'1all 2. 3. Goll 3, Hockey 2. 4, Leaders 4: High u School Day Z: Brigailoon ... Roberta 3. L' N Delegate 4. Volleyball 1. 3, 4' Sophomore Orientation 3. 4 BERNICE IESTELLE MINSKY A laugh to be jogous must flow from a joyous heart. Ht-use el Representatives 4. Senior ifabf inet 4. Senior Play 4. Senior Assembly 4. li. N. A. 4. l.atin lilub 4: Pen Vlub 2, 3. 4: Taberna Z: Li. A. A Z. 3, 4. Archery l. Badminton 3. 4: Iliasketball 1. 3. Tennis 3. Volleyball 7 3 GWEN MOREIN And let the power of forgive- ness manifest itself as the glory of mankind. Dial 3. 4: TomfTom 4: Senior Play 4: Pep ilub 1. 3. 4. Spanish Club 1' Qi A A 1 3.4. Basketball 4. Bowl- ing 2. Golf 3: Tennis 1. Lhrixtmas Program 4, Monitor 4, Senior Assembly 4 eniord CAROLYN MCDANIIEL I wonder as l wander. Art 4. Kr. A A, Z. 3. 4. Archery l. Badminton 1, 3. 4. Ping Pong 2. 3. Tennis 1. lihrixtmas Program l. 3. llirigatloon Z. Roberta 3: Table Tennis 1. 1. In-p firm 1. x, 4. EVA MIlSMIlR She makes the musie of her mind the grandest ever spoken. Senior Play 4: Debate Z. l'iench lliih 3. lierman 3, 4. Math lilub Z. 3. 4 U, tqtub 4. L.. A. A. 1, I. -ti t1..mt,..i1 Z. Klan and Varsity 3. 4. I3asketball Klan and Varsity 3, 4, Hockey 3: lkeaders 3. Ping Pong 2' 3: Tennis 2. lhristmas Program Z. 3. 4. Volleyball 1. tim ana yawn- 4. tttmaf tum K. 4. Student liitor 4. I3rig.1t1t-on 1 Roberta 3 HELENE VIRGINIA MIl.I.AR And what she greatly thought. she nohlg dared. Dial 4: 'Iom-Iom Z. 4. Senior Plat' 4: .Senior Axsembly 4: Sophomore Orien tation 3. 4. I.atin Vlub Z: Pep Club 2. 3. 4. U. Club 3. 4. Ci, A. A. 1. 3. 4: Badminton Z: l3axeball 23 liitr.i mitral Basketball 2. 3. Golf Ev jnlm mural Hockey Z. Cilau 3. 4: Ping Pong 2: Tennis 1. 3, Volleyball 1. 3, 4: Kamp Counxelor 4. Honor Pine J 3. 4. Student 'l'iitor l. 3 MARILYN NAN MILLIER Priceless are mg riehes when my brain with faney teems. .., .. Senior Ilai' 4. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3.k4. Spanish fxlub 2. Taberna l. 3. 4. Ci. A A. Z. 3. 4. I3atImintun ZR. 3: Golf 4. Ping Pong 2. Tennix 7 fhristmas Program Z. 3. l3rigadoon 7 Roberta 3. Monitor 4 l.EWIS MITCHELL The rule of mg life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure mg business. llouxe ol Representatives 4. Pep tluh 1. 3. 4. l3axketball 1 Iioothall 2: Ping Pong 3 Traek 1. HERSHEY MOSS lVhat's all our knowledge worth? We a'on't even know what the weather will be tomorrow. Soldan 1, 3 Thirty-five eniom ARLEEN RAE MOTCHAN The pursuit euen of the best things ought to be calm and tranquil. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Z: F. T. A. 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: Taberna Z. 3, 4: G. A. A 2, 3, 4: Archery 3: Badminton 1: Ping Pong 3: Monitor 4. RUTH ANN MUELLER Her spirit filled with beauty and delight. Pattonville lligh School Z, 3. HOWARD' ALLEN MYERS To know is nothing at all: to imagine is everything. Senior Play 4: Magic Z. 4, 4. JAY NELSON Nothing in human affairs is worth great anxiety. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Peo Club Z. 3. 4: Baseball Intramural Z: Basketball Intramural Z: liootball ln' traniural Z: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z. TOM NEWTON After careful preparation I stand ready to face the world. JOHN NORMAN Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. 'liribe Z, 3, 4: liooilball Varsity Z, 4 Track Varsity Z, 3, 4, Thi rty-six CONSTANCE MOVITZ Tell me pretty maiden, are there any more at home like you? Dial 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Taberna 4: G. A, A. Z, 3, 4: Basketball Z, l, 4. Ping Pong Z. Tennis Z, 3: Marching Band 4: Volleyball Z. 3, Roberta 3, CECELIA MINETTE MUSHLIN A tender heart, a will inflexible, F. T. A. Z: Pen-in4Hand Z: Pep Club Z, 3: Spanish Z, 3: G. A, A, Z, 3, 4, Basketball Z: Bowling Z: Tennis Z, '. 4: Camp Counselor 4: Volleyball Z. CHARLES E. NAUMER Only deeds give strength to life, Only moderation gives it charm. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4: lli-Y Z, 3. 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4, Baseball lntra mural 4: Basketball Intramural Z, 4. 'l rack Intramural Z, 5, BARBARA JOYCE NEWCOMBE Shes got the world on a string and the string around her finger. Pep Club 1. 3, 4, ti. A A. Z. 3, 4. Hockey Intramural Z, SHARON KAY NODIFF Happiness to keep within my heart and more to glue away. Senior Assembly 4. Debate Z: Pep lflub Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: Taberna Z. 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Archery Z Volleyball Intramural Z: Basketball In tramural Z: Tennis Z: Monitor 4. MARY ELIZABETH ORR For she is always the wonderful hind whose quality never varies. House of Representatives 3: l.atin Club Z: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: Ci. A. A. Z, 1, 4: Badminton Z: Base- ball Varsity Z, 3: Basketball Class 3: Varsity Z. 4: Volleyball Intramural Z: Varsity 3: Hockey Intramural 3. Var- sity Z, 4: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z. 3: Camp Counselor 43 Honor Pins Z, 'll Student Tutor Z. 4: U. N. Delegation. RON EATON PACKIVIAN Obey that lmpulse. Senior Play 4: Pep Club 1. 3, 4: Archery 1, 3, 4: Marching Band Z. 3. 4. I.ARRY PANKEWER I keep six honest serving men lThey taught me alll knewj: Their names are lVhat and Why and lVhen And How and Where and Who. t'l',en1istrvI'l:ywifs 4: iihess U Checkers Z. 3. Vice President 4: Debate 4' Iiasketball 2. 3. Tennis 4. PI-IILLIP JAMES PASTER l would be true for there are those who trust me. Ilouse of Representatives 4: Senior Play I: Senior A-wembly 4, lierman I. 4: Football l: Ciamp Cirwunselor 4: llnntvr Pins 1, 3' Student Tutiwr 3, 4, Roberta 3. WILI-IARD LEE PEACE l shall light a candle of under- standing which shall not be put Out. Fi-nior fabinet 4: Field aml Forest 1, 3. 4: Archery Z. CHARLES PEARLSTONE A man in earnest finds means, or, if he cannot find. creates them. In-p Club 2, 1, 4. Honor Pins 4. FRANK RICHEY PHILPOTT Man is the only creature en- dowed with the power of laughter. Dial I1 I-emfTom 3: Camera 2. Vice President 3, German 4: Iligh School Day 2. eniorri RON PALLARITO Uncertainty and expectation are the joys of life. Tribe Z. 3. 4: liootball 3, Track Var- sity Z. 3. 4, BARBARA GAYLE PASTER Mirth, with thee I mean to liue. Seninr Assembly 4: F. T. A, 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Badminton 2: I3asketball 2: Bowling 3: Golf 3: Tennis 43 Vrillevball 42 Monitor 4. JETTA SUE PEACE No legacy is so rich as honesty. In N. A. 3: Pep Llub 2. 3, 4: IrifY 3: Archery 3: Badminton 4: Baseball class 3: Basketball 4, Varsity Z. class 3: Ilocltey Intramural 4: Tennis Z. 33 Volleyball Z. Varsity 3. JIM PEARL Tolerance and patience are his clothing. YANA PEREZ A modest nature but a strength and dependability that is ever present. Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Debate 2. 3, 4: Math Club Z, 3: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Taberna 4: G, A. A. 2. 3, 43 Bad- minton 2: Tennis 2. 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor Z. 3. 4: Tutoring Award 3: U. N. Delegation 3, MIRIAM SUE PLAX Will is character tn action. The price of greatness is re- sponsibtlity. Student Council Vice President 4: llouse tif Representatives Chairman 4: Student Council Publicity Chairman 4: Dial 4: Tom-Tom 2. 3. 4: Senior class Social Chairman 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly co-director 4: Senior-Junior Prom Committee 3: Debate 3, 4: French President 3: Latin Club 2: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: U. Club 3. 4: Ci. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Archery Z: Intramural Fmsketball Z, 3: Intramural Hockey 2. 3: Leaders 4: Ping Pong Z: Tennis 2, 3: Christ- mas Program 2: Camp Counselor 4: Iligh School Day 3: Honor Pins Z, 3. 4: Service Award 4: Student Tutor Z, 3: Volleyball 2, 3. Thirty -seven eniorfi NORIVIA FAY PLAX The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. l-reneli Club Z, 3: F. I. A. 4: Penan- Hand 3: Pep Club 1. 3. 4: C. A A. 2. 3, 4: l3admintun 3, Ping Pang 3. 4: Tennis 4. HPLENE POLINSKY My friends. let us walk down the path of joy toaether. Soltlan 1. lklnnilor 4 JOHN PRANTER Oh, for the glow of a kindly heart and the grasp of a friendly hand. Soltlan 2: Chess and Checkers 3, Presi- dent 4, French Club 3, Puasltetball Class 4: Football Class 4. PHILLIP ALLEN RADIVIAN Either be satisfiea' or violently opposed. Baseball Intramural 1: I3asltetball Ine tramural 3, 4. CAROLYN SANDRA RENNARD The most delicate of all pleasures consists tn promoting the pleasure of others. Student Council 4: Tom-Tum Exchange lid. 4: Senior Assembly 4: French Club Z. 3: Pep Club Z, 3. 4, U, Club 3, 4: G. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Archery Z' Baseball Intramural Z: Basketball Inf tramural Z: Golf Z: Leaders Z. 4: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z: Volleyball Class Z: Student Tutor Z. Chairman 4. GERALD EUGENE ROBERTS Great men gain doubly when they make foes their friends. lli-Y 2. 3, 4, Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Tribe 3, 4: Baseball Sophomore Team Z. Basketball Sophomore Team 2: Tennis Varsity 3. 4: Christmas Program 2, 3: Camp Counselor 4: Brigadoon 2: Rob- erta 3: Monitor 4, Thirty-eight MARSHALL ELLIOT POGIZR The cautious seldom make mistakes. Senior Assembly 3, 4: Debate l, 4. Latin Club Z: Math Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Z, L, 4: Golf 3, Honor Pins 3. 4. STEPHEN ARNOLD POS EN Victory belongs to the 171051 perseuering. Senior Assembly 4. Field and Forest 4, Pep Club 1, 3. 4. Baseball Intramural Z, class 3, varsity 41 Baxkelball class Z, 3. 4: Tennis 3: XVrestling Intra- mural Z, 4: Service Award 4: Art Club 4, JUDITH ANN PRICE True to her work. her word. and her friends. Senior Assembly 4. Debate 1: F. T. A History 43 Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z, 3: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Archery 1: Leaders Class 4: Ping Pong 2: Student Tutor 3. STEVEN REDLER Toi! is the sire of fame. House of Representatives 4: Dial 4: Chemistryfllliysics 4: Football Claw 1. Tennis Varsity 3, RONNIE RICH Fortune truly helps those who are of good judgment. Fishing Z, 3: Tribe Z. 3. 4. Track Varsity 1, 3. 4: XVrestling Varsity 1 1, 4. ANNE ROEVER So of cheerfulness, the more it is spent. the more of it remains. House of Representatives 3: Senior Cab- inet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom. Committee 3: Pep Club Z, 3, 4- U. Club 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Varsity Baseball 1, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball Z, 3, 4: Hockey Class 1, 3. Varsity 4: Tennis Varsity 1: Camp Counselor 3. 4: Volleyball Varsity Z, 3. STANFORD ROODMAN A man simple when his rhief fare is the wish to be what he ought to be. House ol Representatives 4: Dial 4. Kfhenttstry-Phvxtcs '41 Debate l. 3. 4 Math K'lub Z, 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4 lntrantural llasltetball 1, 4 4. lnlrt mural Football 'K lil.ORl2Nl2 RATS ROSEN Good aftions enable us. and we are the sons of our own deeds. Senior Assemble 4. Pep K'lub 1, ll 4: Ki. A A. 1, l, 4: Archert' l: Basket lvall I leaders I Tennis I 4 ll.-:mv tum L BARBARA SUE ROSENBAUM fllll7lt'T7lf77L'f7l is nalural weallh. TtunfToni 4, Senior Plav 4: Senior Assenible 4. Debate I. F T, A. K: Pep K'lub Z. l, 4. Spanish K'lub 2. 3, Strut and lfret 1: Ki A, A. Z. 3, 4' lladiuinwn 1. 3, 4, Praseball l: Basket' hall Z. 3 4, Kioll 4. Ping Pong 1, l. lennix 1 llunur Pins 4: Xollevball 3, Student Tutor 4, MICHAEL JON ROTH Live life liahthearledly and youll last a lot longer. Senior Assembly 41 Pep Kilub 2, l, 4. Spanish Kflub 3, 4: Baseball Varsity Z: Vlass l, 4. Prasketball Varsity Z: Kflass T, 4: Vrossvfounlrt' Varsily 1, 3. 4: Football Z. T. 4: Kioll' Varsity Z: Swimming Yarsitv 1, Track Varsity' I T. 4, lligh Sclmtwl Dat' 4, Student 'I'umr 1. K LAWRISNCIE SAM ROTHMAN The only way to haue a friend is to be one. Tom Tom 4, Senior Assemble 4: Pep t'lub 1. 4. 4: Football l. Ping Pong 3, 4, Table Tennit 4, 4. XVrextlin1 4, lligh School Dat' 4 lVlIl.l.lCl2NT JOAN ROTHMAN l Ihink that folk should carry bright umbrellas in the rain To smile into the sullen sky and make it glad again. Senior Kltbinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate 1. F. T. A. 1, 3. 4: Pep Kflub Z. 3, 4: Spanish Kflub 1, 1: Taberna Z, li. A. A, I 4. 4: Arclaery 1: ll.nln1intun 1. Ping Pong 1: Tennis 4. eniom VIRGINIA l.lil2 ROOS The hear! Io eonfeice, lhe under- slandina lo direel. and lhe hand to execute. Student Kouncil President 4, Secretary 3: llouse of Representatives l. l: Dial K o lid 4, Senior Klxbinet 4, Senior- lunior Prom K.omntittee 5, l..1Iin K.lub 5 1, lep Klub Z, l, 4. Kr, A. A. Z, 3, Secretart' 4 U Klub 3. 4, llasltethall K'laxs 1. llotket' Klasx l 1, Archery 1, Tennis 1 leaders 1, Kflirrstmas Program I 3 Kamp K'nunxelnr l, 4, lliglr School Dax' T Honor Pins I, l 4. Service Award 4 llxrignlmit I, liolrerta 3 lRXVlN ROSIEN l,k'l'S1i-S! Io ask ana' ll will i'on'i'. DIANE ROSIQNBLOOM ll'hereL'er she finds herself in life, shell make a good adilimm. JERROLD J. ROTHMAN Slight no! what is near while aiming at wha! is far. Tribe 4 KrostKuuntrt' 1 Tennis 4: XK'restling T 4 llinwr Pins T REVA ROTHMAN A fheerful countenance is no sliaht aduanlaae. MARCIA KAY RUBIN 11's always so pleasant lo he q?n?fOUS. Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Spanish Klub li Ci. A. A, 2. T. 4, Baseball li llasltet- ball l, 4: Ping Pong K: Art Klub .. 4 Tennis 4 lxtxlritm Slmw 4 Thirlq-nme eniorfi ROBERT RUBIN Let us live then, and be glad, while young life's before us. Solilan 1. IRMA RUEBLING Your eyes blue depths are lifted, With love and friendship stirred. Pep Club 2, I, 4: U. Club 3, 43 Ci. A. A. 1, l, 4: Varsity Baseball 2. T: Ilaskethall Class 2. 3, 4, Varsity 2: Hockey. Varsity 2. T. 4: Ping Pong 2: Tennis 4. Varsity Z. 3: Cami' Counselor 43 Volleyball Intramural 4. Varsity Z. I. RICK SADLER As he thinketh in his heart, so is he. DOLORES ZOE SANDBERG Happiness is like .iam--you ean't spread euen rr little without getting some on yourself. Dial I: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate 2, 3: Pep Club 1. I. 4: Spanish 2: Taberna 2: G. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Badminton 2: Base- ball Intramural Z: Basketball Intra- mural 2, 3. 4: Ping Pong Z. 3: Tennis 2: Student Tutor Z: Volleyball Intra mural Z: Sophomore Orientation 5, Spokes 4. JERRY SANDMEI- He that is slow lo anger is better than the mighty. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. I. 4: Football Intramural Z3 Ping Pong T. DAVID LOUIS SCI-IAFFER lVell, if l fulled the wrong num- ber. why did you answer the phone? House ol Representatives Z: Senior Play 4: Tribe 'l, 4: Baseball. Varsity 3. 4. Marching Iland 2, 3. 4. Forty SANDRA MERLE RUBIN A cheerful life is what the Muses Ioue, A soaring spirit is their prime delight. Senior Assembly 4: Ilebate Z: Pep Club Z. 3, 43 Taberna 2. 3. 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Intramural Z. Hockey Intramural Z: Christmas Pro- gram 3: Student Tutor 3, Ilrigadoon. Roberta. Monitor. SUSAN SACHS l guide the eourse of my life by three stars: Intelligence. ln- tegrity, lndiuiduality. House of Representatives Z: Dial 2: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Football Maid 4: Pep Club Z. 3. 4: Cheerleader 3, Captain 4: Taberna Z. Secretary-Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4: Ci. A. A. Z, 3. 4: Archery 2: Frrigadoon 2: Roberta 3: Monitor 4. MARY LOUISE SAMPSON Het' heart is full of good meanings and wishings. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Tri-Y 2, 3. 4: G. A, A. Z, 3, 4: Archery Z, 3: Badminton Z: Ilaseball Intramural 2, '43 Class 4: Ping Pong Z, 3: Tennis 2. 3: Volleyball Intra- mural 2. I. 4. STEPHEN PAUI. SANDLER Our thoughts are the eporhs in our lives. Student Council 4: House of Represen tatives 3. Vice Chairman 4: Tom-Toni 3, Sports lid. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Chemistryelyhysies '51 Debate T: Math Club 3: Pep Club Z: Spanish Club '41 Tribe 4: Football Class Z. Intramural 4: Track Varsity 2, 3, 4: Wlrestling. Varsity 2, 3. 4: Ping Pong 2: Christ- mas Program 2: Camp Counselor 4: lligh School Day 3: Honor Pins 3, 4: Service Award 4. STEPHEN SARGENT lVhy sometimes l'Ue believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. DON SCHAINKER Give me the fullness of life like to the sea and the sun. Chemistry-Physics 2, 3. Vice President 4: Fishing Z. 3, 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Archery. Varsity Z. 3, 4: Baseball Class Z. 3. 4: Football. Varsity Z. Class 3, 4: Swimming Varsity 2: Trark Varsity 2, 4: Wrestling Varsity 4: Christmas Program 2. 3. 4: Briga- doon Z: Roberta Z: Monitor 4. Lf S. bjljf X .t... Q91 If TH. ' IVAN IRL SCI-IENBERG There is one true jog in life, be- ing used for ti purpose recog- nized bg yourself as a mighty one. Student ll-uncil -I. Senior Cabinet: Debate -l. Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanislr tilub 1. X. 4: Baseball Intramural 1. 3, Class 4. llasltetball Intramural 2. 3. lilass Iiootball 1. l. 4. Iligh School Day, Councilman 1. l:RI:D'IiRlCK VJ. SCI-IIERRER Urge him u.'ith truth to frame hts fair replies: And sure he will for llltsdom never lies. llouse ol Representatives 4: Debate 4: Ili-Y Secretary-lreasurer 1. Vice Presi- dent l. 4: I.atin lilub 1: Math Club 2: Pep Club 2. 4. 4: Basketball 2. Intr.rmur.il l, 4: Camp Counselor 4. Iliglr School Day 4: Ilttnor Pins 2. lm. 4, ANN SCHNEIDER Heaven such grace did lend her, That she might admired be. 'I'onrf'l'om 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate li Pep Club 2. lg Spanish Club l: Taberna Z. 4, 4: Ci. A. A. 1. 'l, 4: Class Basketball Z: Class Irlocltey 2: Ping Pong Z: Christmas Program 41 Ilrigatloon. Roberta: Noni tor. ' . In 1, 'P ' S HNEIDER e so I ofa man is larger th n the s Ll. Deeper t 1 the ore n. llouse o ' epr H nt v 4: Senior Asse i ' a 1 .l - Vice resident 2: 3, Tri 3, 4: lil. . Class 7 ' a a 2 3 4 ' f S I .I r ' , SUE SCHNEIDER lt is work which gives flavor to life. Tom-Tom Business Staff 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate 41 Ii. N. A. Presi- dent 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Spanish t'lub 2, 3. 4: Strut and Fret 2: G. A. A. Z. T, Publicity Staff 4: Archery l, 4: Badminton 2: Basketball Z: Ciolf 41 Ping Pong 1: Fashion Show 3, 4: Volleyball Z JOHN YALE SCHRADER. JR, The hidden force that makes a lifetime strong. Atlton 2: House of Representatives 4: Ili-Y 2. 3. Vice President 4: Pep Club l. 4: Archery 3: Intramural Baseball 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Camp tounselor 3. 4: Student Tutor 4: Chief Delegate U. N. Assembly. eniom PATRICIA ANN SCI-IERIVIAN A diamond in a platinum setting. llouse of Representatives 4: Dial lluxi ness Staff 2. 3. Cofllusiness Manager 4: Tomffom 4: Senior Cabinet 4. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Ftlalbdll Maid 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Taberna 4: U. Class 4: lr. A. A. 2, 3. 4. Archery 3: Badminton 3: Baseball 2, li Basketball 2, Class 3. 4: Golf 3: llocltey 3. Class 2. 4: Volleyball 1. 3. 4: Flag Bearer: Operetta 4: Camp Counselor 4: llrgh School Day 4: llontvr Pins 3. 4: Service Award 3. 4: Student 'I'utor Z: U. N. Delegate 4. LAURENCE A. SCIIIITVIIR Thinking well is wise, planning well is wiser: doing well is wisest and best of ull. Student Council Treasurer 4: llouse ot' Representatives 1. 5: tihairman Litiren- ship Committee 4. Chairman Popcorn Committee 3: Dial 3: Tom-Tom Z: Senior Cabinet 41 Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4. Senior'Junior Prom Corn, mittee 3: Clheniistry-Physics 4: Debate 1: Math Club Z: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club '53 Camp Kounst-lor 3, 4: lligh School Day '51 Servife Award 4. JUDITH S. SCHNEIDER And thou art to them as a very lovely song. Senior Assembly 4: Debate 3: Ii. 'lf A. 3. 4: tladet Teacher 4: Pep tluh lx 'l'aberna Z. I. 4, Ci. A A. 3, 4, llttnor Pins 3. Monitor. STEVIE SCI-INIEIDIER lVhal sweet delight u guiet life affords. Senior Assembly 4: Chemistry Physical 3. Pep Club 2. X. 4: Radio 2, Intra- mural Baseball 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4. PAUI. E. SCHOOMER The power of ideals is incalculable. Senior Cabinet 43 Senior Play Publicity Committee 4: Senior Play 4: German 4, Vice President 4: Pen-in-Hand 4. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Radio 1. Treasurer 2: Roberta. PEGGY ANN SCHUDIVIAK Cheerfulness is the offshoot of goodness and the friend of grace. Pep Club 2. l. 4. Cr A. A. 1. 1. 4. llasketball 2. Iltxkey 1. Forty, one eniord EILEEN SCHULTZ The sweet magic of a cheerful face. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Archery 2: Basket hall Z: Table Tennis Z: Volleyball 1. 4. Fashion Show 3, 4. NORIVIA JEAN SCHWARTZ Let us say what we feel, and feel what we say. Toni-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Z: Pep Club 2, 3: Taberna 1, 45 G, A. A. Z. 3: Archery Z: l3adniinlon 1: Intramural I3aseball Z: Intramural Baslsetball l: leaders Z: Table Tennis Z: lligh School Day 3 Intramural Volleyball 2' Sophomnve Orientation 3. l3rigadoon l. Monitor 4, RONALD SEGALI, Progress exists only within the individual. Solilan 1, 3 MORTON SELIGSOI-IN Nothing in life is to be feared: ll is to he understood. RUTH SERIINCO The earnestness of life is the only passport lo the satisfac- tion of life. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Ci. A. A. 4. Table Tennis 2, 3, Tennis 41 lligh School Day 4: Art 4, Yolley hall 1, 3: Dial 4. MAUREEN DALE SHAPIRO The windows of my soul I throw wide open to the sun. House of Representatives, Red Cross Representative 3. Alternate 4: Tom- Tom 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Commit' tee 3: Debate 3: Pep Club 1, 3: Spanish Club Z. 3: Taberna Z, 3: Ci A: A. Z, 3: Basketball Z, 3: Table Tennis Z. Tennis 1: High School Dav 3, Student Tutor 4: Volleyball 1: Roberta. Forty- two GLORIA JOYCE SCHXVARTZ Man has his will-but woman has her way. Senior Assembly 4: Debate 3, 4: li. T. A. 4: Pep Club l: 3, 4, Spanish Club 2: Taberna 4. G. A. A. 1, 3, 4. 'lable Tennis 1. lfawliion Show 3. LETTY ANN SCISSORS A womans strength is most potent when robed in gentleness, Senior Assembly 4, If. T. A. 4: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Ci. A. A. 1. 3. 4. Archery 2. 3. 4: l3.ulniinton 2. 3: Table Tennis 1. 3. Tennis 1, 4: Vol- leyball lg Fashion Show 3. JUDITI-I ANN SEIDEL I would not euaste my spring of youth in idle dalliance, Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: French 3: Penvin-llanil 1. Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Z: Strut anti Fret Z: Taberna Z: li. A. A. 2, 3: Tennis Z: Christmas Program 1, 3, 4. Brigailoon l. Roberta 3. Monitor 4. LINDA CHARLOTTE SELTZER Laughing cheerfulness throws the light of day on all the paths of life. Dial 3. 4: Senior Play 3: Senior As- sembly 3, 4: French Club Z: Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G, A, A, 1, I, 4: Archery Z. 4: Badminton 4: Golf 2: Riding Z. Table Tennis 4: Tennis Z, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 1, 41 I3rip,.iilonn Roberta: Monitor. NONI KATI-IRYN SI-IEARRER Blythe and bonnie and good and gay. Pep Klub Z. 3: 'lrt-Y 3: li. A: A. l 3, 4: Badminton Z, 4: Praslietball Z, 3: Golf 31 Hockey 4. Leaders 4: Table Tennis 4: Tennis 2. 3. 4. Voleyball 1, 3, 4. ELAINE SUE SI-IANFELD Truth. honor. courtesy produce the triangle sincerity. Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Li. A. A, Z. 4' Table Tennis Z. 3 ROCHELLE SHEINBEIN With integrity. diligence. and amiability will she trod the golden path of life. Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Sophomore Orientation 3. 4: Debate 3: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Spanish 2: Taberna Z: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Basketball Intra- mural Z, 3. 43 Leaders 4: Ping Pong 3: Tennis Z: Volleyball Z: Brigadoon Z: Honor Pins Z. 3, 4: Service Awarfl 4: Student Tutor Z, 4: Award Z1 High School Day 4. SUSAN SHUCART Earth's noblest thing. a woman perfected. House of Representatives 4: Committee Chairman. Popcom 4: Dial 4: Debate Z, 3, 4. Secretary 3, Treasurer 3: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Bad- minton Z: Leaders l, 4: Volleyball Intramural Z. 4, Ping Pong 2. 4: Honor Pins 3. 4: Student Tutor 3. BARRY LEE SIEGEL The time to be happy is now: the place to be happy is here, TomvTom 4: Camera Z: Chemistry- Physics 2, 3: German Z. 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Radio Z. 3: Baseball Class 2. 3. 4: Basketball Class Z, 3, 4: Football Class Z, 3. 4. RONALD STUART SILVERSTEIN lVhen a thought takes oneis breath away. a lesson on gram- mar seems an impertinence. Chemistry-Physics 3: Math Club 3: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Baseball Intramural 2. 3, 4: Basketball Intramural 2, 3, 4: Football Intramural Z. 3, 4: Track Intramural 2, 3, 4: Wrestling Z. TERRY JAMES SINGLETON We know what we are. but know not what we may be. F. T. A. 3: Magic 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Tribe Z, 3, 4: Football Varsity Z. 41 Golf Varsity Z, 3, 4: Christmas Pro gram 2. X, 4: Monitor 4. ELINOR SUE SIROTA No life can be pure in its pur- pose and strong in its strife and all life not be purer and stronger thereby. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. l, 3, 4: Golf 2. 3: Monitor 4: Dial 4. eniom CHARLENE SHERMAN As active as the lark at break of day. Student Council 4: House ol' Repreen- tatives Z, 3: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Senior-Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Football Queen 4: Sprinl! Dance Maid 3: Cheerleader 3. 4, Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Strut and Frei Z: Taberna 3: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: l3ase- ball Intramural Z, 3: Basketball Intra mural Z. 3. 4: Hockey Intramural 2. 3, 4: Leaders Z. 4: Riding Z: Tennis 1: Vamp Counselor 3, 4: High School Day 3: Service Award 4: Roberti 3. VIVIAN SHULMAN Friendly spirit merits admiration and success. Dial 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club l. 3. 4: G. A, A. Z, 3. 4: Bowling Z: Leaders Z: Tennis 4. Volleyball -I: Honor Pins -l. ARLEEN SILK l'd rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance. Senior Assemlv 4: French Club Z, 3: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: G. A. A, Z. 3, 4: Archery 1: Tennis Z. HERB SINGER The greater a philosopher a man is, the more difficult it is for him to answer the foolish ques- tions of the common people. ALAN DAVID SIROTA Life is a long process of experiment. Soldan Z. 3: Spanish Club 3. PHILIP SIWAK What liberty a loosened spirit brings. Chemistry4Physics 2: Pep Club Z, 3. 4: Baseball Claws 4: Basketball Class 1: Football Class 2, 4: Ping Pong 3, Forty-three eniorzi LARRY SKATOIIII Sinceritg is the surest highway to success. CARIQN SMIT Cheerfulness. keeping up a day- light in the mind. Senior Play Publicity 4: Senior As- sembly 4: lirench Club 2, 'Ig Pep Club 2. I. 4: liaxhinin Show 4: Art 41 Ci. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Volleyball Intramural 2: llatlminton 4: Baseball Intramural 4: liaxliethall Intramural Z. 4: Bowling Intramural 25 Golf Intramural 4: Ping Ilnng Intramural Z: Riding Intramural K: thristmas Program Z. WlLI,IAM T. SMITH The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it. llifY 2, Pep Club l, 3. 4: I3ootba'l Intramural 1: Track 2, I. 4: XVrettlin,1 I. SHIERRON SOLI. On with the dance! let joy he unconfineil. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Art 4: Table 2. 3, Vice President 4: Ciolf Z, 3: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Archery Intramural Z: Christmas Program 3: Fashion Show 2, 4: Ilrigadonn Z: Roberta 3: Monitor 4. IRI, STEPHEN SOLOMON Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. Stutlent Council Parlimentary 4: House of Representatives Civil Delense Chair' man Z: Treasurer 3, General Improve. ment Chairman 3: Tom-Tom Z, Sports Iirlitor 3, Iiditor in chief 4: Senior tiabinet 4: Senior Play E. 4: Senior Avscn1lvly 4: Senior-.Iunior Prom Com- mittrc I: Chess and Checkers Z, 3: Debate Vice President 2, President 3, Parlimeiftaryl' 4: Latin Club Z: Pep l'lub4i'f'2, 3. 4: Christmas Program Z: High School Day Z: Honor Pins 2: Service Awartl Z,i 3. 4: U. N. Delegate 4. National Iloaril 1: Debate Team 2. 4, Captain I: Brigadoon Z: Roberta 3: Monitor 4. Camp Counselor 3. 4. CHARLIQNII M. SPIZCTOR The smallest action is greater than the biggest intention. lhristmas Program 3, 4: Nltnitor 4. Forty-four ELAINE DAWN SLAY Sparkling sophistication. Dial Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 43 Spanish Club Z: Taberna Z. 3: li. A. A. 2. 3, 4: Archery Varsity 2, Intra- mtlral 3: Basketball Class 2: Golf 4: Leaders 4: Camp Counselt 4: Service Award 4: Volleyball, Intra ral 4. . If . l oth ast hes men ' h common If CRAIGS tub K , arsity 4: Ittot . , . Varsi . C g. ' nr ' 'V e ior .m 1 Pep- if u , 3, 43 y 2. flass 1- ll 2 1. 4- 0 ty 3 MARSHA SNIDIZR Rare as true love, true friend- ship is still rarer. tm tam 4. mp itat. 1. t.. A. A. 1, 4. 'isbn 'tennis 1. iran.-f van. 4. ailment. 4. DEANNA SOLOMON Gladness of the heart is the life of man. I'. 'l'. A. 3: Pep Club 2, I, 4: Spokes Z: Strut and Fret 2: Badminton Intra- mural Z. 3: Tennis Intramural 2: Vol- leyball Intramural 3, LIQAH RUTH SOLOMON Simplicity of character is the fill- tural result of profound thought. Senior Assembly 4, If. T. A. 4: Pen- infl-land 4: Cihristmas Program I, 4' llonor Pins 3. Roberta 3: Monitor 4, ROGER SPIEIER There is nothing more opposed to life itself than this incessant business. PAULA SUE SPIEGEI. All the beautiful sentiments in the world weigh less than a single lovely action. House ol Representatives 2: Tom-Toni K: Debate 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spau- ish Club '41 G. A. A. 1, 3, 4: Bad' minton 3: Tennis Z. I. 4: Camp Coun- selor 4: Student Tutor 3: Volleyball 3. OTTO AUGUST STAMM The sun set, but set not his hope: star rose: his faith was earlier up. Roosevelt Z: Track 1: Model R. R. 4. SHARON LEE STAUDER Her state is like that in the re- gions above the moon, always rlear and serene. Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 1. 3, 4: Tri-Y Z. '42 G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Marfhing Band Majorette Z. E, 4. Christmas Program 1: Monitor: Volleyball 4. RGBERT PI-lll.lPS STEWART ln thy face I see the map of honour. truth. and loyalty. Dial 4: Tom-Tom 'l. 4: lli-Y Z, la, 4: Tribe 1. I, 4: Crossflfountry 2, 4, Captain I. Track 2. 3, 4: Marching Band l. 3. 4: State Indoor Track Team I, 4: llrigadoonz Monitor. BETTE JEAN STONE She will sucreed: for she be' lieves all she says. llouse of Representatives Z. X: Dial 2. X, 4: Senior Play 4. Senior Axsentblv 4: F. T. A. 2: Pep Club 2. 3. 4. G. A. A. 1. I, 4: Awhery Z: l'nad- minton 1. E: llaskethall 3: Table Tennis 1. X: Marching Band Flag llearer I: Ciamp lluineelor 4: Service Award 4: llrigadoon: Roberta: Current Events Class Secretarv 4: U, N. Av sentblv 4. NORI,YN STROMEYER Out of his helpfulness and abili- ty. he'Il lend you something. German 1. T, 4: Pep Club 2. 1, 4: Archerv' l. 3, 4: Baseball 2. Varsity 1, 4. Basketball Intramural Z, 3, 4. eniom LINDA MARY STADIN The content mind is the only quietness. the only happiness. Dial 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Zi li. T. A. 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Taberna 2. 3, 4: Cn. A. A. 2. 3, 4: liadminton I: Ping Pong 33 Monitor. IQDWARD STARR Of matrhless swiftness but of silent pace. CYRUS ST. CLAIR Oh, give us the man who sings at his work! llouse ot' Representatives 4: Tom-Tom 4: Senior Play 3: Senior Asxembly 41 Chess and Checkers Z1 I.atin Club 4C Pen-in-Hand 4: Strut and Frei Z: Ping Pong Z. 3: Christmas Program Z, 4. Iligh School Day 3: Ilonor Pins l, 4: Monitor. FORDYCE EDWARD STIVERS We persuade others by being tn earnest ourselves. lnerman 2, 3, 4: Ilt-N 'li Tribe 1, I, 4: Basketball Intramural 4: Football Varsity Manager 4. Intramural 4. Track 2, 4. 4: Honor Pins 1, Student Tutor 1: from fiountry 4. CHARLES I' STRES ' I' Real ylorylspri N. nm the silent fonqu o selves. Pep Club 1.1-4' e B, 4. Track Varsity 2. TUA 'I' .' ' evelution: a revelation ter than all wisdom. Student Council 4: Ilouse of Represen- rativeu 4: Senior Play 1. 4: Senior Assembly 3, 4: lirench Club 1, 3: Pep Club 1. 3. 4: Marching Band l. 3, Vice President 4: Christmas Program Z. 3. 4: Student Tutor 3: l3rigadooit: Roberta: Alonilor, N I Q We' Forty-five O eI'll0l"Z5 GERTRUDE ANN STUMPF She is pretty to walk with, and lovely to talk with, and pleas- ant. too, to think on. Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Tennis Z, 3, 4. PAUl.A ANN SUBOW' She walks in beauty like the night, of rloudless rlimes and starry skies. Pep Klub 2, 3, 4: Ifashion Show Z. 4: 'Iabema 3, Ci, A. A 3, 4: I3atlmintun 3: Senior Play 4. Tennis 3. GERALD SWANGO A little nonsense now and then is relished by the hes! of men. RAE ELLEN TASH She who has a firm will molds the world to herself. Pep Cilub Z. 3, 4: Volleyball Intramural Z: Strut and Fret 2: Taberna 2. 3, 4: Qi. A. A. Z. 3, 4: Archery 2: Bad' minton Intramural 1. 31 l3IISl'bAll Inf tramural 1: Basketball Intramural Z, 3, 4: Bowling Z. 3: Hockey Intramural 2: Ping Pong Z: Tennis Z, 3: Monitor 4. BARBARA THOMAS Ar! is her instrument of life. New York ll Senior Play 4: G. A. A. 3, Riding 3: Art 4 HOWARD BENSON TISCHLER 3Vords of truth and soherneas. House ol Representatives 4: Senior l"laV 3, 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Baseball Intramural 2. 3, 4: Basketball Intramural Z. 3, 4, Football Intramural Z. 3, 4. F orty-six MELVYN STUPP For life is one hundred times too short for us to hore ourselves. ROBERT SUMMERS Behold, I go fortvardl Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Baseball, flax- 1, 3. 4: Basketball, Class 2. 3, 4: Foot- ball, Claes 2 3. 4. MAURICE KENNETH TAMSKY No law can he sacred Io me but that of my nature. Senior Class President 4: Student Coun- cil 3. 4: TcmeTom 3: Senior-Junior Prom fommiltee Chairman. 3: Chess and Checkers Z: German 3, 4: Penfin- Hanti 4: Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Football Intramural 2. Brigadoon 2: Camp Coun- selor 3. 4. High School Day Z: Honor Pins Z. 3, 4. Service Award 4: Stutlent Tutor 3: Senior ffabinet 4. GAII. TAYLOR Friendship grows from the seed she has sown. ROBERT TIMS For this is Wi'sdom: to live and to take what the gods may give. Pep Club 1. 3. 4. Tribe 4: Football Intramural Z, 4, Track Z. 3, 4: Vfrestling 3, 4. CLAUDETTE PAULA TOBIN To generous souls every task is noble. Solclan Z: Senior Cabinet 4: Senior Assembly 4: Arr 4: Monitor 4: Honor Pins 4. JOSEPH TOBIN It is a rhararteristir of wisdom not to do desperate things. Senior Play 4: Chemistry-Physics 3: Math Club 3, 4: Pep Club 1: llonor Pins 3, 4. ROBERT TRAVIS . . . And the ehararteristir facul- ty of humanity is our Reason ana' our desire of knowledge. Lliess and Checkers 2: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Areherv 2: Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4. MARTIN STANFORD TUCKER Here fomes a man of leisure: no hurry: no worry. just life US ll COYWCS. Senior Assembly 4: Cihemistry-Physics 1: l.atin Vlub Vice President Z: Math Club 1, 41 Pep Club 1. 3, 4: Basket- ball Intramural 3: Ping Pong 3: Stampffo. 2. IIAGA TURNER I am my own entertainer. Ilial Circulation lfommiltee 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Badminton 4: Tennis 3: Service Award 4: Art 4: lklonilor 4. MARILYN UMPHRESS You know the very road into her kindness. And cannot lose your way. Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: G. A. A. 1. 4. Badminton 3. 4: Basket- ball 1. Tennis Z. 3: Honor Pins 3, 43 Student Tutor 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 4. FRANK LEONARD WALTER Silenre is one of the hardest arguments to refute. Ifieltl and Forest 1. 3: German Z, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Archery l, 3, 4. en iam GERALD HOWARD TOWBIN He jumped on his horse and rode madly off in all directions. lihesx and Vheckers 2, 3: Radio 43 7 Archery -. 3, Baseball 1. 3, 4. kVrrstl ing 3. 4. LAVELLIE TUCKIER In the fares of women who are naturally serene and. peaceful. there remains an after-spring, and latir. an after-summer. the reflex of their most beautiful bloom. House of Representatives 3. 4: Spokes lfhairman 3. Pep Klub 2, 3: Tri-Y Secretary 3: G. A. A. Z. 3: Archerv Z: Badminton Z. Basketball Z. 3: Hockey 2, 3, Tennis Z, 3 lligh School Day 3. DONALD' TURKIEN Capable ot' doing before all the world. Tom-Tom 4: CihemistryfPhysice 3: Pep Cflub Z. 3. 4: Tribe 4: Basketball ln tramural Z. 3. 4: Iiootball 2. Varsity 4: Ping Pong 2. STEVEN ROGERS TURNER Any man more right than his neighbors constitutes a majority of one. Student Council 4: llouxe ol Represen- tatives 3: Auditorium Chairman 4: Sen ior Cabinet 4: .lunior,Senior Prom Lom- mittee 3: Ili-Y 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Baseball Intramural 2. 3. 4: Basket' ball Intramttral Z. 3, 4, llonor Pins 2: lligh School Day 3: Football Z, 3, 4: Track Varsity 2. 3. 4: Kirose-Country 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN WADIE Theres nothing that allays an angry mind so soon as sweet beauty. Pep Club 3. 4, G. A. A. Z, 3. 4, Bad- minton Z. 3. Basketball Z. 3: Bowling 3, Tennis Z. CAROLYN WATSON Nothing is so strong as gentle- ness: nothing so gentle as real strength. House ol Representatives 4: Senior tiab- inet 4: Senior Assembly Z. 4: French Cflub 3: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Tri,Y Lhaplin 2: U. Club 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2: Basketball Z, 4: Hockey Cflaxs Z: Varsity 4: Leaders Class 2. Tennis 2: Christmas Program Z. 3. Vamp Counselor 3, 4: Ilonor Pins 3. 4: Student Tutor 2. 3, 4: Brigadoon 2: Roberta 3, Monitor 4. Forty-seven eniorri SUZANNE WEBB To business that she loves she rises and goes to it with delight. Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Ci, A. A. l, 3, 4: Basketball Intramural lg lloclsev Intra mural l. N. PHILLIP WEINBACI-I Why hurry? Life is long. Senior Play 4: Debate 4: French Clulu l: Pep Club Z: Monitor 4: Senior Assembly 4, MARK G. WEINSTEIN Joys are our wings: l fly high. Pep Club 1. l, 4, Class Iwxolball 1: Sturlenl Tutor 4. BURTON WIQISS A guod rharacter carries with it the highest power of causing u thing to be believed. 'l'om'I'om 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly B, 4: Kfamera Z: Ari 4: Iiielil and Iioresl l, Pep Club Z. 3, 4: Archery 3, llmrigailoon 3, Dial 4. MARLIENIS NVliXI.lfR The integrity of men is to be measured by thetr Condizft. XVellslon 1. JUDY WlI.liNSKY fl womans heart. like the moon, is always changing. but there is always a man tn it. Ilouse ol' Representatives Allernale 4, 'l'on1'liom 4, Senior Play 4: Debate X, Pep Kflub 2, l, 4: Taberna I. 4. li. A A l, K, 4, Vliristnlas Program 1, 4, Roberla 5. lVIonilur 4 Forty-eight MARY VIRGINIA WEBER Beauty is a form of genius - ls higher, indeed than Genius, as it needs no explanation. llial 4: Senior Play 4: Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club Z, 1, 4: Taberna Z, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1. 3. 4: Archery .11 Basketball Z, 3: Volleyball Z, l, 4: Roberta ll Nlonilor 4 MARLENI2 RUTH WEINBERG Her smile is warm. her laughter warmer. Pep Club 1, 3, 4. Ci. A. A. 1. 3, 4: Badminton Z, 4, Baseball 2, Baslsetball Z. 4: I.eaders 1: Tennis 1, 4: Volley- ball Z, 4. MARSHALL WEINSTEIN What we aspire to be. in some sense we are. Soldan Z: Senior Assembly 4: Vluein- istry-Physics 4: Ilebale 4. RONALD WIZISSMAN Why anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen. Pep Klub 1. 3. 4: Mlrihe 3, 43 Llass Baseball. Class Haslsetball. Class Fool' ball 2: Varsity Swimming 3, 43 Track Vlass l. Varsity 1, 4. RUTH I.OUISI2 WHl'I'IfNl2Il Heart on her lips and smile within her eyes. l.alin Club Z: Pep Club Z. 'rg U. Club 1: ci. A. A. 1. 1: Class Basketball 1. 3: Vlass Hockey 1. 3, Volleyball 2, '51 Tennis 1. SIDNIEY A. WISHNIZ Earnestness rommands the respert of mankind. Soldan l. 3, Senior Play 4: Seninr Assembly 4: Math Cflnb 3, 4: Pep Club 4: 'Iirack 3: Roberta 3: Moniinr 4. GLORIA JEAN WITTELSTEIN Cheerfulness, filling the mind with a steady and perpetual serenity. Soldan Z: G. A. A. 3: Bowling 3: Tennis 3. ALAN EDWARD ZEIIFREN For the mind is a kingdom to the man who go thereth pleasure from his ideas. House of Representatives l: Senior Play 3: Chess and Checkers 2: Debate Z: Latin Club Z. 4: Pen-inelland President 4: Marching Band 2. 3. 4:1 Honor Pins 2, 3: Student Tutor 2: Senior Assembly 3. DON ZELLE Nothing endures but personal qualities. John Burroughs 2: Fishing 3. 4: Ili-Y 3, Vice President 4: Track 3, 4. JUDITH ADEL ZIMMERMANN A sunbeam in a winter's day. Camera 2: Debate 4: F. N. A. 4: German 3. Secretary 4: Tri-Y Z, Treasurer 3: Basketball 4: Tennis 3. 4g Christmas Program 2: Volleyball 4. Seniors who have no picture in ANTONIA AXELROD MARTIN BARON BARBARA DeBOER MARY BRUNO ROBERTA BUGG ALAN CUPPLES GILBERT DOLGIN the Dial: eniora JANET LYNN ZAMEL There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness. Snldan 2. 3. JOAN ZEFFREN Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity and power. Student Council Secretary 4: Dial. Circulation Manager 4: Tom-Tom 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Debate Z. 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Latin Club Z: Math Club Z, 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Taherna 4: G. A. A. Z. 3. 4: Leaders 2: Tennis 1. 3. 4: Camp Counselor 4g Honor Pins 2. 3. 4: Service Awards Z, 4: Student Tutor 2, 3. 4: High School Day 4. RONALD ZETCHER I have never let my schooling interfere with my education. Senior Assembly 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4: Varsity Baseball Z. 3. 4: Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4. 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Mhvrm.1n Sfhrmlvr, Pmrrxslvr, Qlrcgury. l.ulm liddlvmnn. llilwn Kcsslrr, Flffll Al'l'll7 lqcforia X 67546155 DE E clsloN I ,P 41 CONTEMPLA l"rl'1u-vrqhl PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION lx THE DAY lqcforiaf gfidayd gf CAUSE AND EFFECT FLIP OF THE SWITCH I-1fILlI7H7 Sixty Gleiiviiies In our seeking for the answers to our questions Out of our aloneness. Out of ourselves awakened To beauty a nd .sadness and joy XVe create. XVe are Poets. Painters Actors Dancers and M usicians. We are artists. Q1 STUDENT COUNCIL Zetcher. Htmd. Barhery, Schenherg. Crane, Srlcman. l.ewin,Tamsky. Hopkins S.. Boeclter. Sherman C.. Dean. Miss Briscoe. Blumberg, Cohen. lfosher. Balk. Goodman. Hopkins A., Plax. Dennis. Kraus. Rcos, l.andcr, Khalifah, Turner. l.cwin. HOUSE OV REPRIZSIZNTATIVITS Stein. Krutchilt. Kalish. Schwarti. Singer. Bassin, Goldman. Sharp, Zetcher. Selt7er, Redler. Scherrer. Stuart. Ashford l.ite, Barnard, Greenberg. Shucart, Shapiro, Tzinberg, Harris, Friedman, Mt. McKinney, Ttlclter. Hope. Marquard Bisno, McKinney. Gallop, Stone. York. Baer, Aron, Bly. liuchs. Milner. Kraus. Sandler. Klcarman. Schwartz, Frank. Sherman. Lcckhead, McKean. Jones. Hoffman. Cone, Zeffren. Kessler, Paster. Barnholtz, Schneiderman. leinstcin. SIA fy- Iwo .gzcclenf Counci As its chief undertaking, the Student Council launched a school-wide project to sponsor a foreign student under the American Field Ser- vice program during the school year 1957-1958. NVith the cooperation of the entire student body, S387 of the S650 fee was collected and a home found. lt submitted a suggested revision of the school schedule to the Board of Education, among other things recommending that health and safety be combined into a one semester course and that Psychology and Current Amer- ican Affairs be added to the curriculum. Through the efforts of the Citizenship Com- mittee, Club Day was sponsored, flag-raising successfully performed each morning. and six classes placed on the honor system. The com- mittee made arrangements to address the Coun- cil of Brittany Junior High School in order to acquaint the students with the system's prin- ciples and recommend that a similar system be experimentally adopted by them. ln addition, the Council sponsored the "Frosted Fantasy" and the "Bonfire," sold bus passes, book cov- ers, and pens. and purchased the long bulletin board on the first floor opposite the trophy case. oude 0 elarerienfafiveri The House of Representatives' accomplish- ments ranged from purchasing a school flag for the auditorium to selling pop corn at all home athletic contests. It reorganized Spokes. planned a revision of the six weeks test schedule, worked in conjunction with the Student Council on the sponsorship of a foreign student, and held a banquet for faculty members and their fami- lies. ln addition the House sold pencils. acted as hosts at the Alumni Reunion after the Home- coming football game, decorated two Christmas trees, which were displayed in the front hall and the cafeteria, and received consent from the Board of Education to plant grass in the spring. Sixty -three Ginny Roos. President: Jerry Kraus. Vice-President: Elaine l.ander. Secretary: larry Schiffer. Treasurer tno picturel, l,arry Schwartz. Treasurer: Stuart Millner. Sergeant-av Arms: Jerry Kraus. Chairman: Steve Sandler. Vice- Chairman: Barbara Klearman. Secretary. Miriam Plax, Vice-presidentz Larry Schwartz, Treasurer: Neil Crane, President: .Ioan Zeffren. Secretary. Charles Biebel, Treasurer: Miriam Plax. Chairman: Jim Cone, Vice-president: Dick Block, Sergeant- at-Arms: Jo-an Boecker, Secretary Knot picturel. .gzaclenf Counci The second semester Student Council spon- sored and planned a successful High School Day, continued the honor system, sold U. City Indian pens, and continued tutoring. A joint Student Council meeting was held with the Clayton Student Council to exchange ideas on student government. The theme of the Spring Dance which was sponsored by the Council was A'Under Paris Skies." The biggest project of the year was securing a foreign student who will attend U. City next year. The council is sponsored by Miss Briscoe, oude 0 elareaen fa fiued The formation of an Inter-Club Council was among the main accomplishments of the second semester House of Representatives. The purpose of this Council is to- promote interest in an increase functioning of the clubs of University City. The House continued to sponsor two war orphans, one from Cireece and the other from Korea. A faculty volleyball game, the proceeds of which went to the support of the two, was also arranged. Spokes was continued. and branched out in its services to include the managing of a change booth where students might receive needed change during classes. The activities of the General Improvements Com- mittee this semester included a Clean-Up cam- paign, the planting of grass, arranging of park- ing lines, construction of a cafeteria booth, and the bringing up to date of the Student officers' scroll. The House contributed to the Foreign Student fund and also sent a "Dial" to the student to acquaint her with U. City's activi- ties. A revision of the school constitution was completed with the help of the Council. The House recommended to the Board of Education that it look into the ideas of additional school buses going West at dismissal time, a hand op- erated curtain for the stage, a curtain drop to replace the one burned, and made a request to refinish the auditorium piano. The sale of pencils was continued: popcorn was sold at basketball games and track meets: and a kleenex machine was purchased. The House is sponsored by Mr. McKinney. Sixty-four' STUDIQNT COUNCIL raus, Sandler. l.v.win. Vcspcr, Stuart, Lander, Baron. Rcnnnrd. Hopkins, amsky, Bisno, D,: Dean, Harris, Miss Briscoe. Cohen, Zctchcr. Litc. Bixno, N,: Mcliinncv, Runs. irluicri, Iioshcr. Schwnrw, PI.ix, Crane, Zcffrcn, Schiffer, Goodman, Solomon. HOUSE OIT RIZPRIESIZNTATIVIES V . Clair, Iflom. Fmllos. Ahnmnn. Schncidcr. Barnholtl. Abclson, Wilhelm. Kosk. Hill, ' rndcr. Hoffnmn. Rumi man. Mciwcl ir. McKinney. Ann Hopkins, N. Nicmoellcr, Ostfcld. Goldberg. B. K 1" Am , ' g. Dnrrish. Schwarlvlum, Nh Gnhcy. Kaskowity, Grccnhcrg, Gcrslcin. Gotllcr, Blumbcrg. Ie . , . Jones, Schainkcr. Brodci-son. Greenberg, Schcrmnn. Hiwllnndw cl. la . . Block, Tischler. Iiollmnn, Oxcn hmdlrr S Suhmidrrnixn Iilltr.lCoopicr.'Xi'.idc. SorkiAn,iMcKcan, Klmlitlxh. Slixf Ll -fiuv lice! lHLlSlNl'SS STAI l' Slmon. Rtmne, R.tslx.1-. lVlnl'4ox'sloy, Yesper. Blank man. lXl.tlen, llleisrlmer. l'elclm.1n, Sclmxmrlylvtxrt. Clinslwtlrg, l'seclwl. lloyics, l.ex'in. Kramer, Martin. Seltvcr. lglK'lVVL'l85. Slmcnrt, Bttllt. Kelly. Stone. Slvcrmnn, Kl1t1lll,.ll7. lurlong. liluestein, lfnculty Sponsor Cfo-lfditors Sports llditors Business Managers Cfirculation Manager Miss Vwlilda Flint Carl Dennis Ginny Roos Robert Grecnbaum Elaine Lander .lean Kelly Pat Scherman Bette Stone Joan Zeffren Secretary Gail Cohen Photographers Stanley Vwlaxelmanl ll3lllK frllren. Kelly. Stone. Nlws l'ltnt. l Antler. flI't'k'l"llLlllI1l, lic-ow Drnnix. Myrna Bulk Robert Van Houten HRS SKlN'l'l11.lT1. l:lJllORlAl. Sll.'Xlfl' lllumlwrg, Moreln, Cfolfen. Reuller. Rotitlnmn. Colm Clr-et-mmltl. liallt, l 'urlo ltwtlrnnn. Ctemlem. 5. lls linum. l lonnell. bllllhlfl. Qmotlrtmlt. l-usher, Perez, ng. mpltinw. l.orl1l1e.ul, l.ite, lileiwiess. Sheinlwein. Klrllilnlv. A lloplttns. lxle.1rm.1n. Mrllal. lllnx. lioelle. Miller fel 1 ren. lN'l.1se n. l'u.1tun. .Nrxlu Mft Olflfl ' Olflfl ioiioits Nusslwauin. XYeaver. Jasper. Sandler. Block. linelwerg. Xtltrun. Rosenield, lilax. Klearman. Spevaclt. lfditorfln-Chief Managing liditor Business Manager Circulation Manager Ad Manager News lfditors lieature lfditors Sports lfditors lfxchange lfditors liaculty Sponsor lrl Solomon .lay Goodman Barb Klearman Dick Block Barry Jasper Bill Nussbaum Miriam Plax Charles Vwleaver Pam Rosenfeld .loan Zeffren Rich Fineberg Steve Sandler Herb Singer Sandy Spevaclt Sandy Renard Mr, li. Masterson lil Solomon. Mr. Nlasrcrson. .lav Goodman S'liAl l Rohne, Raslxas. Saelts. l.andau. Shainlxer, Sandmel. Komen. Cooper. Barnholtl. Zelcher. l-erris, XX'asserman. ,l Cohen. l.. Cohen. Scltwartl. Shapiro, lander. Kasltowitl. Kominsky. Malen. lfleischer. Snider. Cohen. Sehernian. Dnrrish, Cohen. Aron, Jaffe. Vfallter. Taylor. Cierslein. Cohen. liallxqr. Kranson Bly. Lite. Rennard. Qreenbauni, Meisel, Jonas, Hopkins. Ginsburg. Rovics, l.. Rothman, llolivman. Malt, Seheinlwein. Morien. Hoffman. lVlagidson. lfurlong, Goldstein. llerev. Milar, Ciershenxon. Blr-el, A, Zyieh,-I liisno, .l. Rothman. Seidel, Jasper. Solomon, Mr. Masterson, Goodman. Nusshaum. Sandler, Zelifren. lilearman. l'lax Rvsenlvld. line lverg. XL.- Future Teachers of America The Future Teachers of America, un- der the direction of Miss Abbott, meets every other Friday after school. The activities of the club this year have in- cluded cadet teaching for the seniors at Jackson Park, trips to the School for the Blind and the School for the Deaf, and the showing of several films per- taining to education. The club held a successful auction at Christmas to raise money for the St. Louis Juvenile Court. At the state-wide convention of the Fu- ture Teachers of America, which a few of the members had the privilege of at- tending, the club president was elected state president for Missouri. Rouinnm. l'otlnlsltv, Kleg, .Inhnstm. Rosenberg, Thallvr. Kessler Statler: Nloiclmii. Selmahle bliss Alilmit, Marlin. tirvt-iiln-rg Avirom, liuhi-rink. llar rix, lun., Kill Sclim-itlri. Morganstern. Lieber. K.il1en1.ilxix. l'rite. lniei Amit Martiii, Scissors, lubin. liiwtri. Chemistry-Physics Club The Chemistry-Physics Club, spon- sored hy Mr. Hale. has held many un- usual and interesting experiments which pertain to work outside of the normal classroom curriculum. As a result, the members have been stimulated to an even greater interest in their two respec- tive fields. limgei. lS.iiI t-vi s ttii. lngei KI. 'ivi Slit-ar. Sulunion lSuiki-, site.-1 its.. -iiit tr .'xi,v.s.i, i.xm..v.-i out.-ia ti. .-.-,. 1-.-nt. xii-. ii.-1.. St'liw.utl, Satlis. R.isk.u lbitlolsln' llt'im.iu. St-ipel, lxalixli, Ntliaiuker. iimiie. lit-lurk. Malt, l-oi lv.-s lleillvl liieiiliniu ,Xlpeil XY.1llrisleii1 ll.mtm.ln liisnliet lltviwii Math Club The purpose of the Math Club is to explore those facets of mathematics which are of special interest to its mem- bers and not included in the regular curriculum, Lectures ranging from rela- tivity to probability, and from magic to the slide rule are presented by the students at each meeting. Problems in logic are discussed to promote creative thinking in mathematics. The sponsor is Miss Turner. Sachs, Kalish, l anilau. Miss Turner, lit-il, Sanders, Schvmvll, Jaspei. lionilwrg, Slieltlon Romliiiaii. Greenberg, liollxnan Flusser, R,islxas, Tucker, Yawilz. lfuiln-s. Scliwaru, liisno, ll.mlm.inn, Nlesiiwr C'rane, Stan foul llooilnnm, Owtield, Silxly -eight O 5 - The purpose of Hi-Y is to create and main- tain a high standard of character throughout the home, school, and community. The most outstanding event of the year for I-li-Y boys is their participation in the annual Model Legis- lature at Jefferson City, which is sponsored by the Y.lVl.C.A.'s Youth and Government pro- gram. The year's program also includes such features as a parent and son banquet, a trip to Trout Lodge, panel discussions, and a dance. As a service to the school Hi-Y publishes the Buzz Book and the Pathfinder, and contributes to World Service. The sponsor is Mr. McKee. HI-Y MATH CLUB CANDID Ruesing, W. Lewis, Murcr, Jeffres. Funk. l,. Taylor, B. Stewart. Naumcr. Vv'alker, lilson. NX'elch, Forbes. Kraus. Roberts. O'Neal. Ruebling. Brown. Scherrer, J. Lewis. Kuntemeyer. lfinelverg. Reid. Mr. McKee, Ericson, Barbieri, Zelle. Hood. Mcliarland, Schrader. Biebel, Hussong. Humphreys. Cone. Sixlu - mint v Clcairmcnz Carlotta Khalifah and Sandy Rennard. juforing Student tutoring is a working co-operation of the parent, adviser, teacher, tutor, and stu- dent. Tutors recommended by the faculty meet every morning before school with pupils who need help in their work. The organization be! ing entirely voluntary, the students who are Setwvltx l.icht, Vesper. Sachs, Mathis. Darrish. Karney, Berns. XVeaver Hantman. Snitzer. l.andau, Schrader, Soule. Howell. Ma kovslxy. Brodhaclxer, Cone. Ro-vics. Becker. Heil, Giles, D. l.ar1datt. Ashford. Gomherg. feve. Barach Roodman. Kalishman. Schwartz, Hoefelmann. Becker Vv'atson. Koelle. lfloun. Hope. Cleaver. Barrow, Pmurgher Schnab-le, Harris. Miss Vvfolfner. L. Cohen. l'. Rosenbaum Medalie. B. Rosenbaum. Klearman, Kahan. Kallenyakis. lfithen. N Khalifah. A. Aron. Hollander. Niemoeller. Shapiro. Kelly Mason. Rendar. C. Cohen. Bisno. XVilson. Baron. Zellren Nlesmer. Schneider. Perez. l,evin, Mitchell. Schrader. liingert. Sheinlvein Crane. C, Khalitah Rennard. Speth. Lite. XVeinbach Safron. Stipelman. Goldschmidt. tutored usually have the desire to learn. Tutors whose service is outstanding receive an award. The two chairmen for this year were Car' lotta Khalifah and Sandra Rennard. The tuf toring program is sponsored by Miss Wolfner. eibedaling The purposes of the Debating Club are to sions on topics of current interest. The club. teach the members the rules of formal debat- under the sponsorship of Dr. Tihrlieh. tries to ing. to enable them to practice these rules. and aid its members in learning to communicate to engage in various types of informal discus- ideas before a group. Roodman, Roger, l'ere1. Katz, Seliwartf, Sanders. l,owrv, liopperman. Benson, l5irenbauni, lanilau XVortman, lN'lakovslu'. Kraus, lfrager. evin. Strebhen. Marglous, Ostfeld. Cioldsehmitit. Stipelman, Zeleher, l,ite, l'lax. Scherrer. l,exvis. Rentlar. lloth waltl. AltllUllllS, l:Pl1ClllVL'I'l.1Cl, lHIlWL'I. llollander. Di. lilxrlith. osenbanni. lhaller. Biernbaum, Cioltlenhersch. l , Cohen, Solomon, Ci. Cohen, Cohn. Darrish. Qireenwaltl. let fren. Baron, Qioltlstein. :mega fin? eam The Debating Team was started under the Debating Club, but is now a separate organiza- tion consisting of U. City's top debaters. The team, guided by Dr. Ehrlich. represented the school in formal debates against other schools and in the state tournament, Dr, lfhrlieh. Darrish. lfeldaelter, Goodman. Solomon. St'L't'l7Itl -4117: wg wi Kaffenzakis, Glickman, Kanter. Land. Siegel, Cupples, Schenberg. liinkelstein, Kalish. Arick. Muchnik. Vv'ein- robe, Bernstein, liloun. Becker. Cutter. Priwer, Hochwald. Schneider. Greenberg. Satz, Levin, Baum. Goodman. Brin, Gornik. Leigh. Tzinberg, S. Aron. Kessler. Kinberg. liloun. Barbieri. Roth, A. Aron, Zetcher. Levin. llorner. S. Schneider, Katz. Rendar, Kirstein. Miss Gonzales. Salron, Kovics. Miller. Korman. Sugarman. Bisno. Marshak. Raben. Nussbaum, Kirsch, Crane. Skatoff. Kash. Mr. Klein. Goldenberg, Ostfeld, Dewoskin. Greenbaum. Vwlalter, Birke. Stivers. Paster. Windram, Shechtman, Mathis, Philpott, Mesmer, Schoomer, Green. Tamsky. Byers. 0:5 migori Los Amigos welcomes as members any per- sons who are presently taking Spanish, or who have taken it in the past. Through the sponsorship of Miss Gonzalez, the club has had many activities during the l95o-57 season. Among them were movies, games, the anuual Christmas party, which is celebrated in Spanish style, and an annual pic- nic. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to ac- quaint students more fully with the cultures and customs of Spanish speaking lands. Srvenltl- Iwo er leuf5cAe urein Der Deutsche Verein, the German Club, un- der the sponsorship of Mr. Wallace G. Klein. was organized to further the school's interest in the German language and to provide a frame- work for building a knowledge of German cul- ture and customs. Activities included movies, talks on Ger- many, and recorded musical concerts. The first semester ended with a Christmas party at the home of Mr. Klein, where German foods were served and German Christmas carols were sung. 4 It ociefafi Cfadaica id After a year's absence from the U. City scene, the l-atin Club, officially named the Socrelas Clczssrctzlzs. was revived under the spon- sorship of Mrs. Marian Sniffen. At the bi- weekly meetings of the club, programs consist- ing of skits, word-games, and slides were pre- sented. During the second semester the club members wrote and published a newspaper con- taining l.atin and English selections. Ci. Zefliren. Ashford. Ruesing. St. Clair. Dennis. Sigan, Goldstein. Medalie, Nussbaum. J. Zelfren. e cred jrancaid The French Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Masterson gives students the opportunity to learn more about the language, customs, and people of France. Events during the year in- cluded viewing colored slides and discussing points of interest, learning about French yule- tide customs, and the Christmas party where the members enjoyed French pastry and wine. Members also sang French Christmas carols in the halls. l:ll7llllgll. Darris. Ci. Cohen. Schwarw, l.. Cohen. lleischman. Mrs. Sniffen. Raskas, Kehl, linger. Schaefer, Karsh. Barrow. Kelly. Mr. Masterson. Thaller. lfppenberger. Prelwish. Kessler. Dorn. Hope. Rosenfeld, Jonas, lihrliclt, l..ichm.in. Sclilatman. Cirindon. Haynes, Biernbaum. Cleaver. Goldstein, Mayer. Morganstern. St uenlif - lhree 161650 CJM The purpose of the Radio Club is to further high school student's interest in radio for the amateur. A program is now being run which teaches the fundamentals of electricity, radio theory, and amateur radio' practices. The club has its own radio receiver and transmitter and has an active ham radio station, Byers. Roberts. l'mlil7. Cl.issm.in. lforlwes. Sugarnian. Severilu - f our jlfufe Minded The Future Nurses Clubs ol' America pro- vide a setting in which young people who are interested in nursing as a career can meet to- gether to share that interest. to explore the op- portunities and requirements in the field. to grow as individuals by working together, and to learn about the community life in which they soon will participate in as informed citizens and' JS HUTSCS. liriele. Jones. Gold. Binder. Miss Vaugh. Zucl-ter, lewis, Kllfll. Nlaltovslw, Aron. Jacobs. lfox, Pmauni, Canis. QQ55 Cll'l6! 6AQCAQl"ff CM The chief objectives of the club are to create new friendships and to provide recreation for the members through their common interest in what they consider to he two of the most entertaining games of all times. Of sundry' levels of skill ranging from beginners to- players of national rank. the members have a good time, whether they win or lose. The club is sponsored by Mr. Barrow. Paclxman, Spector, Heiman, lfleischman. Koppei'ni.in. Ben' son. Mr. Barrow, DeNVoskin. llranter. Pankewer. jiefal an , ,il-orerff The major goal ol' this club has been to lurther conservation by developing and main- taining recreational interests in the out-ofedoors chiefly by means of field trips. The work of the club and that of many ol' its individual members is featured in a new book "Conservation Handbook." published by the Nuliomll KXSSOLTACIIIIOIY of Biology 'Iieuchers this past year. The club picture is also included in a new biology text by D. C. Heath and Company, oft' the press March ZZ. l3eXVoskin. Johnson. Sander. Roberts. Schainker. Horner. Hardy. Kohl. Mr, Conyers. Harris. Marshals. Peace. Ashford. Lowry. al'I'lQI"d The Camera Cflub this year, as in past years. took pictures ol' football and basketball games as well as of the cheerleaders. The members develop and enlarge these pictures themselves. Aside from the regular pictures. the club. under the sponsorship of Mr. Chambers. had two special projects: tl r the taking ol' color slides of classroom work and activities: 421 the be- ginning of a full-length feature movie which should be completed lor the class ol '59 Coopeiman. Rflllllxttll. .'Xnhuchon, Nl: Cihamheis lioxcrman. Olsen. xbY.lXL'lIll.1ll. Van llvnten f 2.- 0 4 1 . 7 515.5 if ' Q C Ji C7 L iff ang U The Fishing Club, sponsored by Mr, Ochs. meets every Friday in Room Ill to plan its trips and projects. Not only do its activities include fly-tying. plug-making, and movies, but also include trips to such places as Jack lVladden's and Don Zelle's lakes and Bennett Springs State Park. Mr. Ochs. Bailenson. Zelle. Orr, l upton. l rager. Schainker. Gianlatis. Madden. l.owry. Heenv. Alexander, .S'i'L'e1!It1 liz LH' en - in - ana! It is impossible to capture truly the intrinsic nature or even the extrinsic atmosphere of U. City's literary society, the Pen-in-Hand Club. One may state, however, without fear of con- tradiction that on alternate Wednesdays its twenty-odd numbers become a single unit, con- vening fo-r the purpose of analyzing the rest of the universe. Universal truths are encour- aged and are subtly woven into the writings. Sometimes there may be as many as six of them before four o'clock. It may be further added that this is a club in which the state- ment, 'AThat's very nice," is an insult: where- as, "I don't understand what you're talking about," is the highest of compliments. Zetcher, Aron. McGahey, Hollander, Goldenhersh. Grindon, Iirager. XVortman. Schwartz, Weaver. Lowry Klein, Dennis. Zeffren, Birenbaum Birke. Mrs. Gottlieb, Smith, Fitlhugh, I-lol lander, Cohen, I.. Sigan, liingert Colodesch. Biernbaum, Rosenbaum. G. Cohen feld. UA., .Aff CM The Art Club was formed this year by a group of enthusiastic art students under the leadership of Steve Marcus. Its objective is to promote and broaden interest in art through studio work, field trips, and lectures after school hours. The Art Club made several excursions to art exhibits in the area, including the English' Masters of the Nineteenth Century, and the Swedish, Danish Ceramic and Silver exhibits at the St. Louis Art Museum. The group also made several sketching trips and attended art classes at Washington University, to observe art studies on a college level. , Mr. Menges. Smit, Newcomhe, Philpott, l.umpp, Tobin. Ijankewer. Iiloun, Neely. Fuchs, Weiss, Follman. G. Cohen, Alberstein, Gallop, Krem. Weber. lfloun. Kleg. Levin. Kammer, Darrish. Becker, Turner. I-Ioltzman. Thomas. YNoerheide. McDaniel. Burgher, Klein. Gomes, Soll, Gerstein. Rubin, Marcus. Gorin, Slay, I.. Cohen, Serenco, Mushlin, C, Cohen. SeL't'n I If -six Cohn, Darrish. Bing, St. Clair, Ost- BRONZE PIN Martin Arick Mark Barr Donald Beil Mitchell Bernstein Carl Bianco Charles Biebel Ronald lewis Birke Donald R. Blitl Gail Block Stephen Block Stuart Boxerman John Bradbtiry Howard Brooks Mary Brvden James M. Busch Sara Catherine Clea l.ynne Cohen Marcia Cohen Philip DeNX'ein Bruce lfrlich VCI" 0fl0I' Norton Kalishman Barry Kalman Edward Kniep Ira Kodner I7Iora Kopitsky Iirancia Krafft Gloria Kramer David Landau lflliott I.andau Jay Liss Kaye Machtinger Daryle Makovsky Vivian Malorius NVilliam Mathis Harvey Matlof Mary McKinney linda McManus Marguerita Nanos Nancy Niemoeller Curt Orr S a nd ra Oshe ro I' I 0 rf ma, .Jlu-af Alvin Sher Steve Sherman Abbeye Shucart Vivian Shulman Ronald Siegel Sanford Silverman Marsha Snider Steve Snirzer Artie Solomon Carolyn Sorkin Michael Alan Soule Carol Speekman Susan Spencer Joyce Steinberg Allen Stone Susan Stone Claudette 'I'obin Beverly 'I'7inberg Jerrold Vesper Sheldon Vdallerstein Stanley XVaxelman 5900105 Cyrus St, Clair Iivelyn Seltzer GGLD PIN Sheilah Aron Sylvia Barrow Michael Becker Nancy Bisno Gail Brice Cohen Murray B. Darrish Richard Demine Katie Iippenberger Roger liein Peggy Ifitrhugh Adrienne Ifox Richard lox .loan I5urlong Mary Goldstein Phyllis Goldstein fer Jacqueline I.ee Sharp Ifred Shectman Stanley Sheinbein Susan Shucart Judy Sigan Robert Sigololl Barbara Smith Roger Speth Joe 'Iiobin Carolyn XVatson Charles S. Xk'eaver Susy XVilson Barbara Zelcher lfOIIR'I ll AXVARI7 BAR James lfloerschinger Jay Goodman Ben Gurman Barbara Kleatman Bonnie Ifendelinan Judy I7ingcrt Phillip Iiishman Carole Iiithen Margaret Iileischer Burt Ifollman Jerry Ifreedman l.ynne Ifriedman John lfunk Vicki Gerstein Mike Giles Debby, Glickman Iflaine Goldberg Gay Goldman David Gomberg Jerilyn Goodman Rachel Goodman Robert Hantman lirances Harris Doris Hollander DeWitt Jones Judith Kahan Charles Pearlstone XVarren Pevnick Carl Rohne Gary Roodman Sheldon Roodman Barbara Rosenbaum Phylis Rosenbaum Bonnie Rovics Barbara Rtiche lfdward Ruesing Joel Ruffman Celeste Saliron Leonard M. Sander l.inda Sat! Stanley Schainker Diana Schnable .Ioan Schneider Steve Schneiderman Charlotte Schrader Stephen If ugene Schwartv Brenda Schwart7burt Irl Seiter Joan XVeber Jo I,ot1ise kkleinbach John XVilhelm Kay XVindram Arthur Vylortman Gene Zeflren Philip Zeve SIl,VIiR PIN Eugene Adelstein Karen Dean Ruth Iiriedman Gay Hausfater Merle Kaminsky Joan Kehl Kay Leffler Steve Lowry Kenneth Makovsky Allen Morganstern Betsy Philpott I.inda Rendar Su7ann Greenwald Nancy Hope Janie Kaffenlakis Michael Kalish Roberta Kleg Steven Klein Robert I,apin Brenda I,evin Marilyn I.evin Barbara Marquard Ifva Mesmer Barry Muchnick Bill Nussbaum David Ostfeld Marshall Poiger Irving Rappaport Heschel Raskas Willi.1m Reid Murray Sachs Stephen Sandler Iillen Schneider Stewart Schwartz Arnold Alpert lfllen Baron David Bisno Steven Michael Brown Mary Cooper Neil Crane Carl Dennis Paula Honnell Channing Horner Susan Koelle Rosalie I.ite Susie Mason Helene Millar Yana Perez Miriam Plax Virginia Roos Ifred Scherrer Rochelle Sheinbein Iidward Starr Maurice Tantsky Joan Zeffren Seuenlu -Xt'L't ri IfIl'I'Il AVVARD B1 fi YS 3? ...K M ,I 5 -Ny Y Q ..,, S ix if ag I X- S' 'fl 'ii- L ww N' l 3 +3 K, an E, w ??4i i 4 1 Q3 2255 fi vis? . im A u lhqfkxm I1 lu Vuuku uvu Tin-mlrlwlx uhm' Shrnmm 6,0 cm Nuns Nadu I 5 Karen Umm Sally Hupkim I..xpl.un7 I' uh 1: n U.m1n1.xr-I xslwnw .mk Svvvrvty-nz'm' gmlo on ic Kano! l7I,UiI'li ALTO SAXOPHONIS Mary Coopcr .lcrome Kraus Carl Dqnnig liarl Salsman Susie Mason Norman Michclson rmtf Ra-'ffltfd TIQNOR snxovnoxia ' ul l A ln Ron Packman L BARITONIQ OHOI' SAXOPHONI' Dorwy Stuart Carl Rohm' liRliNCH HORN Ted Ashford David Schaflcr l,ouis Hyun Artis: Solomon BARITONI1 Stanley lragcr Marvin Schwcidcll SUUSAPHONI- Barry .Iaspvr l arry Lynch lloyd Brown Sarnmvc Sivgcl BASS DKK' M l5olv l.alw -...F-r---.V Cl,ARlNlf'l' Alan Zclilircn Channing Horncr ,lint Conc Bernard Kaufman Charles lcdriclx Martin Ariclx Dan Hussong Howard lachman I itlhlu CORNIYI' Mark Millcr .larry l,andsl1aum David Vwlclch Mike Vw'uinrohc Shale Yorks Kenneth Drury Richard Bvrnhardt TROMBONIQ lfrcd Cohcn David Brandt Jerry Zctfrcn .lim Malun STRING BASS lrl Solomon Director-Mr. Hillycr SNARli DRUM David lacks lan llzroncr .Iiminy Shall .lohn Ciccarclli CYIVIBAI. Damon lfitfwatcr 'l'YlVll3ANl Rolwrt Stcwart 0I'lCQI"t OPCA85 ffd VIOLINS Carolyn XVatson. Concert f master liva Mesmer Arthur Solomon llene Blueslein Arlene Levin Ruth Bogler Nancy Hope Kenneth Malvovslcy Nancy Vox David Landau Judy Schneider, principal Norman Barohn Gary Roodman Michael Katz Heschel Raskas .lanel 'lihaller PIANO Linda Satz Barry Eisenberg FLUTES Mary Cooper Carl Dennis Susie Mason OBOE Dorsey Stuart CLARINETS Alan Zeffren Channing Horner Charles Tedriclx Martin Ariclx ALTO SAX Jerry Kraus HORNS 'Led Ashford Phyllis Rosenbaum Judy Thaller Kathy Gooch Sandra Kahn VIOLAS lmo Byers. principal Marshall Poger Gerry Swango Joel Hoffman CELLOS Sylvia Barrow, principal Julie Stimson Carol Biernbaum BASSES lrl Solomon. principal Fred Cohen Larry Laycob Victor Kabalv David Schaffer Stan Prager Louis Byers TRUMPETS Mark Miller Jerry Landsbaum David Welch TROMBONES Dave Brandt Jerry Zeffren Jim Malen SOUSAPHONE Barry Jasper TYMPANI Dave Lacks PERCUSSION Bob Lake Damon Fitzwater lan Broner Director-Mr, Lange Erqhlu one 'lxhrough diction drills. breath exercises. and early morning rehearsals, this year's A Cappella choir. under the direction of Mr. Charles Prof caslty. tuned up and presented some very line concerts. ilihe choir sang two IllllUl5L'YS at the annual Armistice Day assembly, and a special C'oncert choir sang at a vesper service at the Qirace Methodist Cfhurch. A mens choir sang the "'l'estament ol' Freedom" at one til' the hand concerts. ilihe choir also presented the lfhristmas program and took part in "Monitor" the Spring show, One of the highlights of the year was the singing of Rimslxi-liorsalcov Hljolf vetzian l'3ances" with the St. l.ouis Symphony Orchestra in one of the three of a series ol' stu- dent concerts. ,az c1,,,Jfa Crm rtlhftf lhrti enior may - - clggfage oor v ' kk S 'fi .hXXQh X .Q Q X if 3 " i x X A N Q W Q' S Q ,bz gf QQ' es-'I W Q ':. H' S if tg ,gi S' k wx iii -- -I at ' uv 1 ' gf '13 W fifg i K ' H' Q 5 55' 'I LQ V-www l'm luck gang. l m vnung l'm lLll1kiNUl1lA' I m il'1IUlICxlll.ll You sul ngln down hum and lull mv .xll .mlmul ll hun You 1iun'l I11x'.lIl ln mx' thu You thunk 1h.11 I , Num' NUJFN vt yh.lII1l wyhuol lm IITINN .1f'lLl lwur' larin Snow - - 66 L i f x 2 iii? if if f ML onifor U i, E 5 1 5 5 'W 65 5 MV SUlli-ill. ti. do. Vs'.1duy.i mum I forgot my pants" I .tlwnvs knew this mosquito netting would comic in hantii' wmv clay. istcrt. Alvin. thu' rc plnving out stung. . . . .ind tm thc third but I w.int xchmn llillflhfll I1-Ui' 2 CArif5fma5 rogram The A Cappella Choir and a brass ensemble under the direction ol' Mr, Charles Prneasky. presented the annual Cfhristmas program. Screened hy a beautiful curtain which depict- ed .1 Christmas scene, as designed by Cy St Clair. the choir opened the program with A groilh ol' carols. The choir also sang O Home Jesu by Palestrina: Cfcnme lilexsetl Res! by Bach: lluxpotlri llczmziluzf' Cfurttl of the Bells: The Sleigh by Kountz: fllleluzu by Randall Thoinp- son, and l lllmmler as l llvlIl'Illt'I'. The brass enf semble .joined the choir lor Cilciriiu ln lf.rt'elsz's Deo by Jollet. Alumni from the past two years were inf vited to Ajoin the choir in the singing ol' the Hallelujah Cfhrxrus from the Me.s.sz'ah by Handel, The number supplied a beautiful and nitiving finale for the program. lfztzlilu-su BY'-N 1,4 I+ X ., Q fix 'fx gy E. I if . , x Q F 1 Mmm A N, , ,A"'5. Q :QS ' :Q Y ll 3 . K P fliqzs' Q , xi -Q . Q - , SWQT 4-iigfam' P su . joofgaff lain? Eighty-eight """""'--M.mw-- From top to Bottom: Susan Sachs, Maid: Ann Hopkins, Maidg Charlene Sherman, Queen: Pat Scherman, Maid. J qi. ,erin 9 ance A if X , .Q , 1 if is , X, Q si E if sg gs X .ia , , .. s. f' "" , 2 xr 2 so . ,,.:.',-5: :J Qi X ,qu-mx il 3 wi 'Nr-S. . if . If NV . 31 'Nu is 8,2 X3 Q if ., i E5 gi Vf , A ' 9 X, o io on .M M, , ,fi MNA l VJ ,NVQ 3 A Mfg fig 1, J, i jill v if if Jw MW' A, gf V' UMJL- e W 'V JWX 4 jf I X .fnfyf fl , . 1 QV 1 From top to Bottom: Linda Lochhcad. Senior Maid: Sall H k' y op ins, Quccn: Joan Bocckcr. Senior Maid: Linda Bachlin, Sophomore Maid: Iiranccs Harris, Junior Maid. Eighry- nine 0 Xllwidli WO' jpg? 0-lfllgiza We see the white lines of the football field They are almost gone, but They will be back next yearg And there will be others like us Who will be back Next year too: Who will work as we have worked: Sweat as we haue sweat. B' fl .- .. W K a K., K wx X 632' mf ll I D Q. !lF,l'1 ' X bl fa +fs.,,i ti JWMW llesse. Raffie. Feinstein, D. Jones, Abramson. Bradbury, Shainker, Meisel. Holdesberg, Barnholt7. Kalisbman. Mr, Adviclx, Mr. Ocbs. Cohen. Carlun. Scherman. Vilolff. Singman, Kaplan. Pomerantv. Radunslcy. Komen, Katcher. Casey Cone, Kleg, Brown, Ruth. Rich, Mr. Greenblatt. Ballos, Timms, Fishman. Mclfarland, Becher. Schaffer, Dolgin, Cupplcs, Mandel, Moe, Heeter. Koski, Glaver. Brown, XVallter. Abelson. Rothman. Smith, Dewitt Jones, DeVv'oskin, Beecraft. Sterneclc. Singleton, Casey. Garber. liothergill. Burford. Cultner, liollbeck, Mr Brewen. Coach Muhl. Taylor, Amos. Bearlstein, Sandler. Brown, l.ynch, Schweidel. Greenberg, Jaffe. Barbieri. Cireen, Ahmann, O4Neal, Roberts. Callarito, Vv'eissman, Mr. Schemmer, Schneider, Zetcher, McKean. Garvey. lVlillner, Stewart, Paarnholtz, l.evin, Ciccarelli. Ericson. Cooper. Gallant, Stivers, Fisher jd e The Tribe is an honor organization com' posed of boys who have won the school letter in any of the competitive sports in which the school participates, The basis for these awards are ability, participation, and attitude. The purpose of the Tribe is to maintain school spirit and loyalty, promote fellowship, and serve in the best interest of the school and com- munity. Its goal is to promote good sportsman- ship through competitive sports. Nina-ly-two F X it , tr .-4 in ' ' M0778 -Q- . x A fiffve ,. A QQ, Yi 2 Q x. N k -Q, 4.Ak.. .. 'Ex Q 8 av ,fi - Q 2 mf , L1 1 : I , Q A s , , Mi, ' f I 'g "WA hz: 5 k 3 A ' 'r ' Q 'T 2 55 s ff ' 5 , .QL 5 5 -U' ' " "' Es we xy- 3 'ft' ?' vfifs' Q X 2 1, -ggi f ' M is ' , A ' -'rj fy K' ' fu Jcfv' IFF ., , 41 .4 L 5 7 , ' ' W -.l M., ,wg -' V A y A A I .,,.,,, W.. Q . dw Q I Ywtsffemm afar, zjgh K if K p .,,.1 Q 1 Y , 9 by I 'Q 'f ' X g f " , X' , Q g H-Q 4' - amifg goofdaf Winning the Big-Six Suburban League title with a 5-0 record, and defeating Z of 3 out- standing non-league opponents was the surpris- ing season of a not too experienced squad. But there was plenty of desire, and almost weekly the Indians had to come from behind as each of the 8 opponents had an equal or better chance to win. U. City started it all with a 28-7 victory over a very big, strong Beaumont team. Next, the lndians looked too good in a mid-week scrimmage with long unbeaten East St, Louis, and lost on Saturday to a deserving and keyed- up Ladue team. Then came five league victories and an early wrap-up of the title-the season's goal, for in each of the two previous years a single league loss had relegated U. City to second place honors. Though each league game was thrilling, beating Normandy after being behind 7-Zl at the half, and clicking on all- eleven at Ritenour were surely high-lights. Kirkwood, at Homecoming time, was the only team in the St. Louis area with a consecutive victory string in double figures: Ferguson got ahead of us 7-6: and though we advanced the ball well, no score was made against Webster until the clock showed 2:38. On Thanksgiving afternoon, undefeated Parkview High of Springfield, Missouri, was defeated IO-O before 4,000 shivering fans. Ex- cellent team defense stood out as Parkview had scored at least Z TD's against each opponent from 4 states. Individual effortsffloger Coop- er's and Lou Barbieri's line play. Jack Holds- berg's hard running, Joe Meisel's outstanding punting, Morton Greens field goal, and for Parkview, Donnie Smith showed all-state half- back ability. This game earned new wide- spread respect and honors for the team and school, and to the coaching staff of C. A. Muhl, Henry Schemmer, Dick Greenblatt, and a new addition of a former athlete, Nick Adzick. Recognitions for outstanding seasons play were accorded to Jack Holdsberg and "Buddy" Cooper-all-state, district and league, Lou Bar- bierifall-district and league, Morty Green, Joe Meisel, and Allan Gallant-all-league honors. Holdsberg was voted most valuable player and Cooper honorary captain by the lettermen. The play of the other senior regulars-Garber, Levin, VARSITY FOOTBALL Greenblatt-Coach. Becker, lfriedman, Norman. Schweidell. Baxter, Casty. Singman. Heinrich. DeXV. Jones, D. Jones. Appel, Adzick-Coach. .l. ll, Baker+Principal, C. A. Muhl-Head Coach, O'Neal. Beecroft, Ahmann. Feinstein, Meisel, Holdsberg, Green. Green lwaum. Katz. Singleton, Norman. l.ewis4lVlgr. Garber. Cooper, Levin, Turken. Hackett. Gallant, Singer. Koski, Fothergill, Barbieri, H. ff. Schemmer-Coach, Handsher. Seidel, Weaver. Shapiro. Amos. Balch, Pearlstein, Heeler, Bushman. Mclfarland. Not in Picture: Jaffe, Kniep. Nint-I my - four SOPHOMORE SQUAD lfineberg-Mgr., Kottle. Drummond. Zeffren. Siegel, Schramm. Steinman. Crall, Ballos, Berman. Jones. I2lson. Barber, McCleary, Sandmel, Shanfeld, Abramson, l.ochhead. Raffie. Kodner. Suffian, Mr. Greenblart--Coach. Cassey, Funk. Birnbaum, Hussong, Bradbury. Kessler, Hoffman. Ruebling, Mushlin. Singer, Fothergill and Turken, and of under- classmen-I-Iackett. Koski, Feinstein and Jones is deserving special mention. Two post-season features-the annual Indian Chiefs banquet, and the team demonstrating its "fullback up-the- middle" series of plays with Coach Muhl on the American Football Coaches' Convention pro- gram at Hotel Jefferson. Next season the Indians journey to Spring- field on Thanksgiving. Team prospects re- ceived valuable experience playing on the Jun- ior-Varsity, which had 3 wins and a tie game, and the Sophomore squad, coached by Dick Greenblatt. with 4 wins against 3 losses. A combined freshman squad had a 2-2 record under the direction of Mr. Axt and Mr. Voss. THE LETTERMEN Jerry Ahmann. Back i'Jack I-Ioldsberg, Back Junior Varsity l-ou Barbieri, End 'kSandy Jaffe. Back l1Bill Amos. Guard xFred Beecroft. Back DeWitt Jones, End Mike Becker. Back 'kRodger Cooper, Tackle Norman Katz. Guard Mike Casey, End Bernie Feinstein, Back Si Koski. Tackle Dave Heeter, Tackle Gene Fothergill, Tackle YGene Levin, Tackle Dave Jones, End "tAlan Gallant. Center Woe Meisel. Back Eric Norman, End b"Stan Garber, End Chick O'Neal, Back John Norman, End XMorton Green, Back Marv Schweidell. Back Marsh Pearlstein, Guard Butch Greenbaum. Center xl-Ierb Singer, Guard Terry Singleton, End Izpete I-Iackett. Guard Don Turkin. Guard Bruce Singman, Back WDenotes previous award. Vvlilson I-ewis, Manager BIG SIX SUBURBAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Record - 7 Wins. l Loss. Sept. Zlf-I-Iome ..U. City 28: Beaumont 7 Oct. I9-fAway U. City 24: Ferguson l3 Sept. 29-Away . U. City l3: Ladue 26 Nov. 2-fAway U. City 26: Ritenour 6 Oct. 5-Away U. City 27: Normandy 2l Nov. l0kI-Iome U. City 7: Webster O Oct. ll--Home . .U. City I3: Kirkwood O Nov. 22---Home U. City l0: Parkview O JUNIOR VARSITY Oct. 8-Home U. City 29: Clayton 7 Oct. 22-Home . . U. City 2l: Ferguson 7 1 Oct. 29--Away . . . U. City 7: Clayton 7 Nov. 5--Home ,, U. City 12: Ritenour O Ninety-five :g,BFiCj . LUN fl! amifg Z?a:iLef6a! 390 fsafjgvf . ae From nowher to the 'Asweet sixteennf --that was the story of the IQ56-57 edition of the University City basket- ball team. Along the way the Indians dethroned Webster Groves to become the Suburban I.eague Tournament cham- pions and finished in second in the final conference stand- ings one notch behind Vv'ebster and one ahead of state champions, St. Charles. U. City easily annexed the Nor- mandy Regional Tournament title which qualified them as one of the sixteen regional champions who participated in the State Basketball Tournament at XVashington Uni- versity. There they were defeated by a fine team from Indef pendence, Missouri in what was described by the St. I.ouis Post-Dispatch as "a contest fit for the championship." Starting the season with only one letterman. the Braves of Coach I-loyd Brewen showed little promise of becoming one of the top teams of the St. I.ouis area. However, that one holdover, junior center Sandy Pomerantz, made history by shattering all U. City scoring records. Witli this in- spiration the other regulars caught fire and the Indians were on the warpath with a well-balanced attack. For- ward Bob Schneider, voted the Most Valuable Senior Player. was the biggest surprise of the year with his ex' cellent rebounding and consistent scoring late. Ronnie Zetcher, senior backliner. was the team's second highest scorer averaging l':.l points per game. Honorary Captain .Ioe Garvey. though usually the smallest man on the court at 57", handled the other guard assignment and- triggered the offense. Seniors Marty Barnholtz and Stan Komen alternated at forward and each had his own :apee cialty. Marty was a fine feeder and defensive player. while Stan could contribute important points. In hanging up one of the best records in U. City his- tory the Indians won 20 and lost 5. They also estabf lished three new scoring marks: most points in one game I8-I l, most points in a season ll5'Sl I, and highest aver- age per game in a season t6l.Z l. Individual honors were carted off by Pomerantz who was named to the State. State Tournament, District and Suburban I.eague All-Star teams. In addition, his new individual scoring records included most points in one game 1363, highest average VARSITY BASKIHABALI. Btewen tcoaclil, Komen. Howell, Radunsky. Pomerantz, Schneider. Batnholll. Ifvans S. Sherman. Jaffe. Zetcher. Garvey, Biebel. Vv'olff, Ballos lmgr.l per game 12221, most points in one season l5573, and most points in a career 49333, Schneider and Zetcher received All-District honorable mention. The sophomore cagers had one of their best seasons in history too. Coach Dick Greenblatt's team had a l5-2 record and they made it a clean sweep for University City in Suburban League Tournament play by winning the sophomore event. Sophomore letters were awarded to Ron Abramson, John Bradbury, Charles Evans, Norty Kalish- man. Lennie Raiffie and Stan Schainker. SEASON RECORD Date Dec. 7 Granite City Dec. I4 Western Military Dec. 2l Country Day Jan. 4 Kirkwood? Jan. 8 Claytonx Jan. ll Normandyak Jan. l 8 Brentwood' Jan. 22 Wellstonx Jan. 25 Webster Groves? Feb. 5 Ferguson' Feb. 8 St. Charles? Feb. l 2 Maplewood' Feb. I5 Ritenour' Feb. 2l Ladue' Mar. l Roosevelt X Suburban League Game TOURNAMENT RECORD Date U. C Dec. 26 Hancock 74 Dec. 27 St. Charles Jan. 26 Brentwood Jan, 3 l Ferguson Feb. l Maplewood Feb. 2 Kirkwood Mar. 4 Fairview Mar. 7 Ritenour Mar. 8 Mercy Mar. l3 Nklilliam Chrisman Opp. Place 65 Away 43 Home 38 Home 48 Away 34 Home 48 Away 60 Home 56 Home 6 l Away 52 Home 57 Away 45 Away 57 Home 58 Home 40 Home Opp. ournament 43 Normandy 5 3 Normandy 5 l Suburban 52 Suburban 5 3 Suburban 37 Suburban 46 Regional 58 Regional 52 Regional 70 State Z?aaLefLa K FHL I.liT'l'lfRMlZN Marty Barnholrl Joe Garvey Sandy Jaffe Stan Komen "4 Denotes previou s au ard Nick Ballos. Mgr. 3'tSandy l3Ol"l'lCI'.ll'lll Bob Radunsky Sandy Sherman Bob Schneider Ron ZClCl1CI' SOPHOMORIS BASKliTBAl.l. Crreenlwlatt lcoachl, Lubeck, Singman. DeVv'ein. Yorke, Swain. Shainker. Bradbury. D. Jones. Sthneiderman, Leinsrein, DeXV. Jones. Bianco. Abramson, Raiffie. Kalishman. Mendelson, Seigel. Cytron 1mgr.l MCL Cambdd Ifastcr Ed, Schcmmcns closing "Darn, 1 got A rock in my shoe." I V5.5 is ,c 4, Passing thc buck. "From now on I'm llSiI1gfillCl'S,., "Has anybody sccn my black shocstringf' "So who cares if shck from Soldnnfu Ninrtyrninv Af ' 41 all J -ik .Vi 4 1 1 , 31164 SENIOR DIVISION Ciccarelli. Kleg, Zelle. Singleton, Norman. Schneider, Baxter, I-Iowell, Burford. Elson. Mr. Schemmer, Johnson, Jeffress. Beecroft. Birke. I.evin. Tims. Wilson. Milner, Kutner, I-Iandsher, Mr. Adlick, Carttin. McKean. Smith, Meisel. VN'eissman, Roth. Stewart, Iirickson. Pallarito. DeXVoskin. Perennially, U. City has been a strong con- tender in track, and this year is no exception. The team expects to have a good year even though progress has been slow because of in- clement spring weather. Thus far, there has been only one meet, the State Indoor Track Meet at Columbia, Missouri. Joe Meisel placed third in the 60 yard hurdles and Fred Beecroft took a fourth in the high jump. Other mem- bers of the team that are expected to do well are Jim Hesse, Tom McKean, and John Cic- One lltmdred carelli in the dashes: Milt Burford and Meisel in the hurdles: Cuene I.evin and Stu Millner in the shot and discus: Bob Schneider, Charles Stremsterfer and Beecroft in the high jump: Bob Baxter and Ron Pallarito in the pole vault: and Bob Stewart. Bob Erickson. Milt Kleg. and DeXVitt Jones in the mile and half mile run. The 880 yard relay team is composed of I-Iesse. McKean, Ciccarelli and Ronny Weiss- man. The mile relay team is made up of Fred Beecroft, Ed Stivers, Mike Roth and Ron Birke. PGCL l9 57 TRACK SCHEDULE Date Opponent March Zl LThurs.il--Kirkwood at U. City. Senior Junior - or State Indoor Events March 30 lSat.lf--State Indoor at Columbia, Mo. April 4, 5 or of-BeaumontfJunior 8 Senior Meet. April 0 lTues.l-fwCIayton Invitational Pre- lims. April I0 tWed.lfClayton Invitational Pre- lims. April I3 tySat.5gClayton Invitational Finals. April I6 LTues.l City. April 20 tSat.lg April Z4 or 25- -Webster Groves Jrs. at U. Maplewood Relays. McKinley Junior 8 Senior. Date Opponent April 30 tTues.J-AU. City Invitational Pre- lims. May l fWed. I-U. City Invitational Prelims. May 4 CSat.lafU. City Invitational Finals. May 7 lTues.75St. I-ouis District Prelims. May 8 t,VVed.l-St. I.ouis District Prelims. May IO or Il lFri.-Sat.Jf-St. I-ouis District Finals. May May May May I7 1Fri.j'-State Outdoor at Columbia Prelims. I8 CSat.JiState Outdoor at Columbia Finals. Zl lTues.iJf-f 29th Annual Interclass Track Q5 Field Meet. 22 tWed.Jv-29th Annual All-'round Athlete Championship. JUNIOR Div1s1oN I YSQPW Konneman. Heeter. Jones. DeWein, Swain, Bradbury, Schainker.?22frr. SinggQiYn. Dees. Swink. Kneip, XVeaver. If Eff, Barber. Scotti, Mgr.. Bianco. Feinstein, Schramm. Funk. Norman, Schimmel. KU r. O'Neal, Brown, Fishman. I,.1nd.1u, Scot ti. Birenbaum. Hesse. Heeney. Radinsky, Tettlebaum. Broner. riegel, Iieinberg. Om' Hundred Om- KUJQAUK Willa seven returning lettermen plus a host of seniors. juniors, and sophomores, the pros- pects for this year's baseball team are very pleas- ing. The lettermen are Ronnie Zetcher. pitcher: Barry Mandel, catcher: David Schaffer, Sandy Jaffe, and Louis Barbieri. infielders: and Marty Barnholtz and Mel Stupp, outfielders. Because of the inclement weather the squad has had a bit of trouble getting in condition. Thus far. a few intersquad games have been played. One practice game has been played with Principia, which U. City won 4-3. Players who have looked promising in practice and on whom lVlr. Greenblatt is counting are Tom Stieferman, a pitcher, second baseman. and out- fielder: Charles Evans, a sopohmore pitcher and first baseman: Norlyn Stromeyer. an outfielder and first baseman: Joe Garvey, an outfielder: and Larry Goldberg. a second baseman. Gralnick, Sterneck. Evans. Zetcher, Jaffe, Mandel, Strohmeyer, Barnholtl. Mr. Greengvlalt, ,yi Q L, 4' x i r i Barbieri. Schweidell. Ambler, Ahmann. l-loldsberg, Stupp. Benson, Balch. vi R'.glj,.pj ! 'Ygi we. : ey A Ballos, Blumoff. l.ake. Garvey, Schaffer. Goldberg. Becker. Kat7. P , X -,VX Mal: lr Haro 5's'i,,,5+v' .l L W' h P x VJ . j , f l gl' SCHEDULE rv: In YN , fp' ff 'V- . hid 'i 'r Date Opponent Place Date OPPOHQHK lib Place April l Soldan Home April 30 1'cNormandy V73 " Home April 4 Clayton Away MAY Z rBf9HrW00Cl Mg, Away April 5 Country Day Away May 7 XRUGHOUI' Home April 9 l'Kirkwood Away May 9 "'Webster Away April l l l'Ladue Away May l4 l'flVlaplewood Home April 16 Xlgergusrm Home "'Denotes Suburban League Game. Aprll lg ikclayton Home 'f'llVlissouri State Tournament Cvames will be Aprll 23 rsr' Charles AWJY played sometimes in May. Dates will be set April 25 'lWellston Away at some future time. Om' Hundred Two meafgng Mr. Och's l956-57 Wrestlers ended their season by placing llth in the an- nual state meet. The matmen had a 2 and 7 league record. Ronald Barnholtz who was elected captain of the team, Ron Rich. and John McFarland re- ceived their Znd major letters. Joel Cohen and Bob Baxter received their first major letters. Steve Sandler. Jerry Rothman, Earl Taylor, and Bob Simms all received minor letters. wimming The U. City aquamen climaxed a most successful season by winning sec- ond place trophy in the state meet. Once again Gene Ruth took first place as the Indians monopolized the diving, with Ronney Vvleissman and Alan Cupples finishing second and fourth respectively. A relay team composed of Jack Holds- berg. Joe Meisel. Bert Mushlin, and Roger Sterneck, cut the 200-yard med- ley record by six seconds. Other mem- bers of the team who competed in the meet were l-arry l.ynch, Bruce Cilazier, Pat Casey. Harvey Kaplan, Alex Smith, Charles Hood, and Jerry Ahman. In the Ladue Invitational the Indians won four out of nine first-places and took second in the meet. Gene Ruth placed in diving. Jack Holdsberg 50- yard freestyle, Bert Mushlin lO0-yard breaststroke. and the 200-yard medley relay team first shattering of the State record. Other places were won by Weiss- man and Cupples in diving, Olazier in the individual medley, and by the 200- yard freestyle team of Lynch, Smith. Glazier and Ruth. Lettermen were Holdsberg, Meisel. Lynch. Ruth. Weissman, Sterneck, Mushlin. Glazier, Smith. Casey, Cup- ples, Kaplan, Hood and Brown, man- ager. XVRESTIING Mr. Ochs lcoachl. Krutchilx. Rothman. Baxter, Cohen. C. Seigel. Oxenhandler, Tims, McFarland. Sandler, Taylor. Bloom. Michaelson. VARSITY SVJIMMING Helman, Brown. Bill Nussbaum. O'Neal, M. Casey Ahmann. Johnson Coach Muhl. Kaplan. P, Casey. Smith. Corwin, Hood Brown. Lynch. Sterneclt, Holdsberg, Ruth. Mushlin, Cupples. Cilazier. Om- l'Iumlrt-tl ilihri l00l"f:5 CCU'l6k6A ,A 1 f N :thnx l t Sn what have they get against coed baschall? Wait guys. l dropped a dimc. Lyric portrait iil. Oh that this too, too solid flesh would melt . . . l.yric portrait iil. Ooo, my nosc itchcs! Thats a nasty hlistcr you got there, son Om' Hundrtfd Four Cross Country Climaxing a successful season the U, City cross-country team finished ninth in the state meet, Bob Erickson. who was elected captain, finished sixteenth: Bob Stewart. twenty-ninth: Milt Kleg. sixty-ninth: and Don House, sev- enlieth. Those four plus Crill Brown, who fractured his wrist and was unable to run in the meet, received letters. Erickson also broke a fifteen year old school record for the two- mile run. His time was l0 minutes 55.8 seconds. beating the old rec- ord, set hy King in lf?-lZ. by 4.2 seconds. Mr. Sclienimer. Stewart. lfrickson. Brown, Stivers, Ralien. lileg. Bianco, House. Golf The U. City golf team expects a good season. The squad is com- posed of six members from last year's team. and five new mem- bers. The returnees are Phil Fish- man, Herb Abelson, Tom Fischer, Terry Singleton, Dick Krantz, and Burt Follman. The new members are Alfie Shanfeld, Norty Balber. Brent Appel, Phil Bassin, and Ronnie Silverstein. The team won their first match very decidedly, as they beat Rite- nour by twenty -three strokes. Fischer, Abelson, Fishman, and Singleton composed the first four- some. ihcinhein, Bassin. Helnian. Appel. Tow- liin. Silverstein. Reid. lacks. follman. lfisher. l5ishman. Singleton. Abelson, Kranty. Mr. Muhl. Balber. Ruth, Shanfeld. Bloebaum. Mush- lin. Tennis Vylith three holdovers from last year's team which placed second n the Suburban l.eague, the pos- sibilities for this years squad look very good. The holdovers are Lloyd Brown and Sandy Wolff. who are the singles players, and jerry Roberts who is half of the loubles team. Coach Brewen has iot yet chosen the other doubles alayer. .lr. Brewen. Xxl.lllCfSlL'lI'l. Muehler. Kol- Ile. Mushlin. Banks. Sedrick. Siegel. kVasserni.in. Rohne. Sigol- oll. Stein. l0l7t'fl5, 'l'r.ix'is, Brown, XVolff. Vesper. Oni' lftimfwtl lin One Hundred Six 711 CM The U Club was organized in IQZ7 for the purpose of stimulating interest in all girls' ac- tivities. Although membership in the organiza- tion is the symbol of athletic , activities are not strictly limited to the realm of sports. 'l he members finance their own ac- achievement its . .nts Sponsor knit Hvpk N g i X 1 N ll l gram were the progressive dinner and initiation. the weekend trip to Vv'ashington State Park h t e traditional U. Club assembly. and a Christi mas party at the Christian Old Folks Home. In February the officers surprised the members withak'd b ' ' i nap reakfast. Spring activities in- tivittes by selling cokes at basketball and foot- cluded the alumnae dinner and Sports Night. the ball games. mother-daughter luncheon. a theater party. the Highlights of the first semesters social pro- spring weekend, and the annual awards picnic. S. Rennard. .l. Kelly. M. Plax. Ci. Baum. .l. lfosher. Ci. Niemoeller. A. Roever. H. Millar. I.. Dame. K. Kurtl. l. Rue- lwling. lf. Mesmer. li. Baron. K. Dean. P. Casey. C. Miller. H. llortnoy, N. Hope. S. Barrow. M. McKinney. G. Roos. Miss XKIJIIS. Kauf- man. Blackman. li. Orr. li. I.ander. P. Seherman. .I. Boecker. B. Philpott. .l. Greenlmum. N. Bisno. A. Hopkins. V. Haines. S. Koelle. S. Hopkins. B. Gunter. .l. lfuilong. C. Gunter, .l. Stimson. of the ninth This year marks the completion successful year of the Girls' Athletic Associae tion. The membership drive during the first semester increased the total to nearly four hun! l 'd and fifty The organization of individual crt . . and group sports and of various group activi- ties met the needs of each individual member and gave each girl some bit of responsibility. Many brightly colored socks were worn by both boys and irls at the "Turkey Trot," at which Jerry 2-1 Kraus wis crowned "His Royal Highness, Chief Cobbler." All G.A.A. members were placed on cake teams. which periodically sold slices of cake in the cafeteria. The highight of the second OITICIIRS 1 Hopkins. Treasurer: lflaine lander, President: iinny Roos. Secretaryi Miss Dicurs. Sponsor: vlvrna Balls. Sergeant at Armsg .loAnn liosher. fiee-president, Om' Hundred Seven gi,4.,4. semester was the annual Dads' and Daughters' Banquet. a tremendous success as usual. The objectives of the GAA. are: l. To develop a wholesome and diversified program of sports. games. dances. and so. cial activities: Z, To provide opportunities for many girls rather than a few: 3. To encourage and promote the develop- ment of desirable health practices. atti- tudes. and ideas: 4. To provide opportunities for the develop- ment of wholesome relationships between boys and girls through co-recreational ac- tivities. lv gm 7 Jcfoae -rr' l les Belles Dames Sans Merci si ,5 . ,,..,,....-os!! The grass needs cutting Get Uilll of here with your cotton picking hockey stick -ASO NH mc what-W lbw gm Against med lmdwyg-' One two, one two. and through and through The vorpal blade Went snickersnacle' Wcavw, a caterpillar Om' Humlred lfighl Oh. this incessant strife . . . this eternal business Observe the quaint colonial architecture w. llkxhj' t. Lf G X4-' Y , lx I. XY s ,iq . D' . 1' ENGR tml P5 if f gf ss MN SW XX I 'N X' x Fl li" i If' ' z XI? XJ! . w l '-- Y v 0 gy A .' ji f ff N R, 4 x t " 7 V . ,ff D X x Clfifl 0C Q jj AJC! Q'-f pf, Rv X N' V I h V, vyb' Q JK .gf ,f V T- . J' X XJ +1 . .N tx 7" 'ff kk X A kylf K xE""I X A C ,LJ X j ,fn J. A ' A' VARSITY HOCKEY . KJ K X3 N-' ...Q ,lf Mcliinncy. Barrow, liischcr. Dimmitt, Grecnbaum, Kunin. X McKean. Dean. Casey, Miss Dicus. Rocvcr. Stimson, Stone. XxV.1ISOI'1. Orr, lfoshcr. Guntcr, Lander. Kelly, Hopkins. A., Rucbling. Dams. Hopkins. S.. Kurtz. CLASS HOCKEY Kipling. ljlmllllll. Orr. Bnrrow. N. Nicmocllcr. l5isclicr. J. XVclwt'r. C, XVclwt. MclVl.1nus. B, Ciunlcr. Utuin. C. Ciunlur. Slim son. XK'.itson. Millar. lnntlcr. lfrnnlt. Hopc. Sclincidcr. N. lQlmlil'.1l1. Corbin. Hamilton. Mcliinncy. .l. Sclwrnmn. l'. Sclwrmnn. Rocvcr. l'llFlOI'lg. Ruclw ling. lzzocclwr. Stone. Kurll. l'osht'r. lzllis. Sh.1mcl. Nlclxuttn. Stratton. lslciscllcr. lXllI1ll'l. Casey, lxclly. Circcnlutttn, Ci. Nicmocllcr. Svlvaylgi. llllllf. S Hopkins, A. Hopkins. C4155 ,jwl0cLeg Om' lltirytitvtl Ntm' araifg Z?a5LefAa! VARSITY BASKETBALL Dimmqitt. Barrow, McKinney. Dean, Stimson, Gunter, C.: Kunin. Stone. Orr, Losher, Mtss Dtlcus. Lander, Gunter, B.: Roever Mesmer. Furlong. CLASS BASKETBALL Ifrank, McKinney. Barrow, Fischer. Dimmitt, Kunin, Stimson, Gunter: Vv'eber, Selvaggi, Stone. Weber, Orr. Fleischer, McManus, Dean. Casey, Hope. Schneider, Khalifah. Niemoeller, Furlong. MQ. Iillis, Stratton, McKean, Scherman, Ilogher, Lander, Gunter, Rocvcr, Hopkins, A,: Ruebling,!l-1tvpl5inslj8Y'TgKurt1. Mestmer KV 1" C' U' v U - , ' . -kv , t+'VN ,L ,mf .Av ..r"3'L . ,095 tt , Q A -f .1 . :Y .mx C 1 - U ' 0,6-we 1 tu Q W W w ml' f3,, , ,. yf.,,' 1' ,mv J Llc' .DLL Axgrljf 1. gk luv., :jf UXU' . A L . gtk , v , f . day: Mciefdaf it few fm My WJ W' V 'L' 7 fV ' 'V JV , fl' 'V . ,L-' cLLg,L.N Ffldyrfbvf Uxfy LL Li l:QlL,vr, city V ' I Ury! , , , ,,,. ., , tt , A V qi fl 7,0 nf ' L' . LV' Om' Hundred Ten J AP V , L-QT, I. . Lf' I N A f Lf PW vp! we Lv' - ',fv"A .at,'L"L Lf' ' fl' I' V xp if-I NEI 9 ju K ,X 2 . 1 ,,. IX . I B f ' 9 51 gg x'f.. z 'Q HS iii 9 1' V i ' M, A SHEET! ."""" T... Ina Qs 5? il!!! uf' I v ff S1 Q S wwf? E Ni sf f Q, Q: J wp, S mmx I 5 ' , 1. 5 Q 3 N :sm X -4 I nv" V . .J I! If Volleyball proved to be very popular with the girls of University City this year. After the completion of the volleyball intramural tournament. class and varsity teams were organized. ln the interschool games University City once again dis- played its good sportsmanship and com- petitive ability. VARSITY VOl.l.IiYBAl.l- 4. Dimmitt. lfisher. Schneider, Barrow, C Gunter. Dean Marguard. Niernoeller, Bowen, Slimson. Miss Dye. 'M McKean. Niweson. Ko7i.icki. Hope. McKinney. Casey. lizcerilmtxrii, Klmlilalr, lloplunx. Hamer stmm. Z. Kelly Rufhlingg. Mi-smcr, lioslicr, Orr, Furlong, Kurtz. B, Gunter, Uanw, l. XVebcr. Kraus, Kunin, Mascot, McManus, Gooch. Stone. W' Tabema, a club for girls interested in fa 5" modern dance, provides the opportunity for them to learn the fundamental and ad- H"--Q-m.,,,,.,.,,, vanced techniques of dancing. Its main purpose is to provide an extra period of dance for the enjoyment and instruction of its members and to serve as a demonstration group for various activities. From their meetings every Monday the members in- crease their technical skill and learn to do their own choreography. During the year dance instructors are i n v i t e d as guest teachers. Sponsor: Miss Gordon jageflla it- lfumirvr 1 i 'I l7ll'fA'A'l7 ,9nUbuic!ua!.S?aorf5 Om' Himtlred Ifoitrteen TIENNIS Bruno, Z u c lx e r. lireive. Hoefelma Spencer. Schneider, Potts, XVeig Schrader. Leventhal. Cohen. Pri! Standard, Smith. Freedman. l.eavi Zimmerman. Dower. lfendelman, Brin. Gornek. Fi gert. Ussem. Nadler. Zetcher, Fc Hollander. Schneider. Berger. Kop sky. Hill. Krailer. Mrs. Parker. B og l e r. Kleg, Levi Hope. Dean. McKinney. Barra Niemoeller. Solar. Paisno, Hayn Casserlv. Henschel. Routman. Malo-rius. Alherstein. XVeb- Fleischer. Goodman. Sorkin. Gree lverg. l..ind. FrADlVllN'l'ON Niemocller, N'lcKinnev, Casey, Selvagg Leavitt. Casserly. Bruno, Dow Hill. .l.: Smith. Slein. l.:ind. Greenberg. l7rei7e. Ni mtveller. Spencer. Berger, Hill. ll Schrader. Baclilin. Kipling. Dimmi Bisno, Haynes. Hollander, lfendu man. Smith. Peace. Greenberg, Alberstein, Gallop. Ber hardt. Rosenbaum. Weige'l, Pot Cohen. Kmiyer. ARCHFRY Finkelstein. l'rebish. So-lar, Schweit Sigan. Makovsliy. Berger, Thom son. Packman. VValter. Blitv. Sanders. K.irney, Sch able. Alton. Kopitskv. Vingert. Pnnl-iewer. Bisr Haynes. liillgemld. Yonker. Levi Miss Robison. Kessler. Hoefelman. Schneider. Nladdn Klein. 'IUXBI If 'IINNIS Qlcarman. Urvglv. l'.1nltcwt'r. Sclinci- dvr, .l.. llocfclmnnn, St.iittl.irtl. Km mcr. NVilson. .t'.1vitI. l'vrin. Scltmdcr. Nicmocllcr. Spcnccr. Ifux. Schwartzlwtirt. Gold' stcin. flrs. Pstrltcr. Klmlilnlt. Dimmitl. Bimo. Hnvncs. H 0 I I .1 n d c t, licndlcmnn. lcvin, Aron. Baum. lfingcrt. Schncidcr. lf.: Spcclv man. Ciumlnmin. Kupitsliy. RIDING CII UB fllis. Nl. Rtwcnblnlt. Pvisnu. Cfasvv. fliss Diftis. Kipling. lischcr. Spencer. Schnnblr. FuUXX'l.lNG mvitt. Dowcr. Bruno. Smith. Mav- lwrry. McCann. llrg. Boglcr. l.cun. S t i p C I m .1 n. Mitchell. Gordon. llionipson, Scltycr. Simon. XViIson. lippcnbcrgct. l.ct'in, Rinltcwcr. liisno. H.iyntw, Goldstein. Cassvrlv. Um' Httm!'n'd l"tl'1tt'n .9ncbuic!uaf,Sgaorf:5 .i 1, f ff, .. ., '! X f 1 A , . j, - XT.. ,jj ff. ,J , 4Vr,' A W Jw , .f f . ea em u f of , ,,.. h f , '. 1 f Vi L 'i' 'hi JV 'C ft S ef' .M 4 i ff ff it fa M ,inf ,. eip ff ff' T., .VH Ley' -ff,ff,f,V. ffm' ' i S ii fi! 1' J ff .K 4 fi 'IAFYXDNFRS' Ctonlw U ll ' ' fr it ff' is J H A 1 ffg, 4 . Jacolns. Sorkin. Machtinger. Gubernik. Rennard. Crabtree. Sheinlaein. Shueart. l'ri6e, l.ively,'Kaskowit1. Cooper. lfeldman Berger. ljankewer, Roodman. Ulian. Osheroflf Price. Solar. Sherman. Khalifah. Dobbins. Zetcher, Baum, Kanter. Gornek. Goodman. Dimmitt. Hamilton liendelman. Hopkins. Fleischer, Vwleber. Stremsterfer. Plax. Koelle. Casey. Balk. Miss Dye. Mrs. Parker, Miss Dicus, Klearman. Mason. Slay. Bluestein. Gannon lioher. Gunter: l.ander, GOLF Hais, Crane. Smit, Vv'ald, Morganstern. Klausner. Price, Zucker, Olian, Cohen. M.: Cilickman. lfendelman. Hollander, Goldman. Bleich, Meyer. Brandt. Simon, Kramer. l,evin. Feldman. Cohen, C.: Ostfeld, Goodman. Rosenbaum, Brin, Gornek. Roodman. Zimmerman. Moldafsky. Kranson, Alper. Krailer. Cohen. Ci.: lfreedman. Nadler. l.eventhal. Casserly. Yawitz. Bly. 0 Um' H tmdrvd Szixleen . SN .fdfkgfic Cree! "A player should consider athletics as a means through which she can develop her men- tal. physical, and social self." "A player should grow in her understanding of people and in her ability to get along with them, She should have more di- rect knowledge and appreciation of what constitutes fair play, telling the truth, cooperation. and respect for the rights of others." We of the staff of the 1957 DIAL urge you to Patronize 0ur Advertisers It is through their generous support that We have been able to publish our yearbook. On the following 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. One Hundred Eighteen CUQUET'S Jewelers - Optometrists 524 ARCADE BLDG. ii? GOOD LUCK and BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF '57 PArkview 1-0716 PArkview l-0717 PArkview 1-0718 PArkview 1-0719 Baumann's Serve-Well Market 407 JACKSON AVENUE University City 5, Mo. Res. Phone, FOrest 7-6372 PArkview 7-6440 FASHION STUDIO 620 North Skinker Our Specialty Ladies' Dresses, Blouses and Skirts M, Kraemer, Prop. Alterations and Remodeling For Thorough and Accelerated Business Training Attend Rubicam School 4933 Delmar--FOrest 7-3900 3473 South Grand-PRospect 2-0440 SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES 63 Years of Service Westover Nursery Company 8100 OLIVE STREET ROAD WYdown 1-0202 St. Louis 24, Mo. One Hundred Nineteen 1451 cAss 1519 cAss 6209 BARTMER CH. 1-2916 CH. l-0208 PA. 7-2575 Cass Lumber Y5 Hdw. Co., Inc. Y Y Y Y BUILDING MATERIALS Y Y Y Y We Del iuer Our The Brown Family Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel Dorothy Otto Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kahn From A Friend Alice Class Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hutkin Mrs. M. Gralnick Mr. Russell Goin From A Friend Patrons. . . Secretarial Aides I House of Flowers Mrs. Henry Hoeffer Mr. Henry Hoeffer Compliments of A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cherrick Mrs. Laura Cooke From A Friend Imo and Louis Byers Leutwiler Standard Service Sta Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mottach OAKBRCCK BARBER SHOP 8503 Delmar Cat McKnightj 4 Barbers To Serve You - EXPERT FLAT-TOPS - No Waiting One Hundred Twenty Burt Wenneker 6 LADUE FOREST St. Louis 24, Mo. Builder of Fine Homes Compliments of Mr. E6 Mrs. Manuel Levin and Tanglewood Family Reavsdale Ellisville Best Wi'shes From Cart Home Margaree Klein Savings DEMOCRATIC With COMMITTEEWOMAN ADAMS MILK Creve Coeur Township Private and Group Home Phone J. HARVEY HYAMS 8 SONS Insfwffion PR. P8389 Real Estate Investments C omplete Residential Service 7818 FORSYTH LARRY A. MILLER St. Louis Tennis Professional Home Address: 4134 BLAINE Shaw Park 138 Infantry Armory PA. 7-2610 FR. 1-7485 PA. 1-3870 Clayton SPORTING GOODS Compllmmfs NOR-DEL DRUG Prescription Pharmacist of PAUL SACHS ORIGINALS 7649 Delmar - U. City PA. 5-9920 Fas! Free Delivery One Hundred Twenty NELSON BURTON Bowling Lanes CATERING TO ALL GOOD LUCK I CLASS OF '57 See You at Homecoming Next Year fd Every Year! TEEN AGERS 5626 Delmar VO. 3-4602 Compliments Compliments of of P L A T T ' S PURDUE FOOD SHOP 911 Purdue Ave. Schultz Company 2028 Washingtoin PA. 1-9 5 0 2 C omplimenlts Compliments of of Reeves Shoe Repair Opposite Rapp's PA. 7-2156 Raskas Dairy Co. 1313 N. Newstead Industrial Engineering '55 Equipment Co. 74 SOUTH THERESA AVENUE One Hundred Twen ty- two QQ N649 ,QWQQAQKT QM Best Wishes from THE WIGWAM CLUB Compliments of HOUSE GF REPRESENTATIVES FIRST SEMESTER Jerry Kraus, Chairman Steve Sandler, Vice-Chairman Barbara Klearman, Secretary Larry Schwartz, Treasurer Stuart Milner, Sgt.-at-Arms Ted Ashford Connie Baer' Jane Barnard Martin Barnholtz Phil Bassin Ronald Birke Nancy Bisno Marsha Bly Vicki Colodesch Jim Cone Bernard Feinstein Adrienne Fox Joan Frank Ruth Friedman Pat Fuchs Ilene Gallop Steve Goldman P'hylis Greenberg Francis Harris Joel Hoffman Nancy Hope Dewitt Jones Mike Kalish Earl Kessler Frank Krutchik Rosalie Lite Linda Lochhead Barbara Marquard Janet McKean Mary McKinney Phillip Paster Leonard Raffie Steve Redler Gail Shapiro Pat Scherman Steve Schneiderman Stewart Schwartz Evelyn Seltzer Jackie Sharp Susan Shucart Mike Singer Floyd Stein Susan Stone Dorsey Stuart Lavelle Tucker Beverly Tzinberg Carolyn Watsoin Shale Yorke Jerry Zeffren Barbara Zetcher Compliments of HOUSE OE REPRESENTATIVES SECOND SEMESTER Neil Crane, Chairman Jim Cone, Vice-Chairman Joan Boecker, Secretary Charles Biebel, Treasurer Dicky Block, Sgt.-at-Arms Herbert Abelson Jerry Ahman Sheilah Aron Nicholas Ballos Marty Barnholtz Phil Bassin Sharon Broderson Mary Cooper Murray Darrish Richard Flom Burt Follman Vicki Gerstein Barret Goldberg Mimi Gotler Anita Greenberg Phylis Greenberg Jim Hessey Alan Hitt Joel Hoffman Doris Hollander Ann Hopkins Dewitt Jones Robert Kalish Roslyn Kaskowitz Nancy Khalifah Roberta Kleg Simon Koski Bob Lake Kay Leffler Patsy McGahey Janet McKean Joe Miesel Carolyn Miller Lewis Mitchell Nancy Niemoeller David Ostfeld Harry Oxenhandler Stanford Roodman Stanley Schanker' Pat Scherman Bob Schneider Steve Schneiderman John Schader Brenda Schwartzburt Carolyn Sorkin Cy St. Clair Howard Tischler Pat Wade John Wilhelm Jerry Zeffren One Hundred Twenty-four G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Association is an organization having as its general aim, the support and promotion of various extra- curricular activities which are an out-growth of the school' pro- gram of Physical Education. The association provides for re- sponsible student participation in the planning and conduct of such activity programs. Officers: President .....,.. ....... Elaine Lander Vice-President ...... ..,.,... J o- Ann Fosher Secretary 4.4...,..., ...,... G inny Roos Treasurer ................ .,..... A nn Hopkins Sergeant-at-Arms ..,.,.. ...i.. M yrna Balk Sponsor: Miss Virginia Dicus Best Wishes from Barford Chevrolet Co. Zirnbalist Seven North Bemiston in Clayton State Representative Phone, PArkvieW 5-3600 4th District Compliments of Compliments of Paiers Delicatessen Gallant Drug Finest Kosher Foods 7208 BALSON PA. 1-0130 8213 Delmar WY. 7-9970 One Hundred Twenty-five 436620 65356444 ,g Q, 1,416 S J Q1 g Yi!EMQp 7 the Quality !gi 64 c Gif A lt A 6C4 4, QAJLAQ 3 g a, an f if - x 25" -TI-IAT'S WHY EVERY YEAR SEES MORE SCHOOL ANNUALS BEING PRINTED BY Wiese-Barnes Printing Co. 2123-29 PINE STREET ST. LOUIS 3, MO. CENTRAL 1-3669 One Hundred "The Chicken Ranch" Fresh Poultry and Carry Out Food Service Open Daily and Sundays Till 6 P. M. 608 North 25 South Rd. 7485 Delmar ISELE'S "Finest Foods" VOlunteer 3-3404 Blvd. u ' 'fy csfy 5, M CEntral l-2400 Roling Printing Company, Inc. Job and Book Printing 2331 PINE STREET St. Louis 3, Mo. Compliments of S. S. KRESGE 6653 DELMAR Serving To Please C0. Your Patronage Appreciated LUPTGN CHAP EL 7233 DELMAR BOULEVARD St. Louis 5, Missouri One Hundred Twenty-eight Compliments Henry H. Haffner Real Estate Co. KOSHERETTE C arryout - Delicatessen 7299 Olive at Midland PA. 1-2996 6629 DELMAR SAVE and EARN From 31, Current Dividend On Your Savings a Insured to 310,000 F R I E N D Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Assn 6601 Delmar - PA. 5-1861 Eastgate Fruit and Veg. Mkt. Free Delivery - PA. 5-9821 All Fruits and Veg. Refrigerated Fruit Baskets for All Occasions 52.50 and up Pernbrooks Feminine Sportswear 4913 MARYLAND FO. 7-9379 Compliments of National Clothing 25 Furniture Co. 445 7 EASTON FR. l-3777 One Hundred Twentq AMERICAN ZINC SALES CO. Distributors For American Zinc Lead '55 Smelting Co. Products SLAB ZINC - ZINC OXIDES CADMIUM - SULPHURIC ACID St. Louis - Chicago - New York - Columbus, O. ROBERT BEINS G' C' REED Jewelers Druggist, Inc. Diamonds Watches Jewelry 7401 PERSHINC1 AVE. Telephon CH ut l-1333 We Deliver PA. 1-5050 721 Ol S S Louis 1, Missour " D I A L " COMPLIMENTS PA. 1-9471 OF Mar land Cafe Y Hazel's Beauty Salon Kosher and American Style 550 NORTH id SOUTH ROAD 6510 DELMAR PA k 1 9797 Hundred Thirty we Best Wishes From FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL Ginny Roos, President Jerry Kraus Myrna Balk Louis Barberi Charlene Blumberg Joan Boecker Louise Cohen Neil Crane Karen Dean Carl Dennis Jo Ann Eosher Jay Goodman Ann Hopkins Sally Hopkins Charles Hood Charlotta Khalifah Elaine Lander Gene Levin David Lewin Miriam Plax Ivan Schenberg Larry Schiffer Charlene Sherman Irl Solomon Maurice Tamsky Steve Turner Arnold Zetcher Best Wishes From SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL Neal Crane, President Miriam Plax Joan Zeffren Larry Schwartz Louis Barberi Ellen Baron David Bisno Nancy Bisno Gail Cohen Karen Dean Jo Ann Fosher Jay Goodman Francis Harris Sally Hopkins Jerry Kraus Elaine Lander David Lewin Rosalie Lite Linda Lochhead Mary McKinney Miriam Plax Sandy Rennard Ginny Roos Stephen Sandler Larry Schiffer Larry Schwartz Irl Solomon Dorsey Stuart Maurice Tamsky Jerry Vesper ,Ioan Zeffren Arnold Zetcher One Hundred Thzrty one fjfQ 'fi4 J f ZMHFQ6 WLM ffwffvfyfiffyifffgg? Yflfgwb ,0fUf4wW,,M 7fj 2?lLWjf2i!Wff4?5V! , My jf, MGTHERS' CLUB COMPLIMENTS U. - of the - CLUB LIBSON SHOPS 1209 Washington PA. 1-9468 Gene Beauty Salon 626 North S5 South Rd. University City, Mo. 1-9512 Delivery Dutch Masters Cleaning Co. Service A. CGHN T AILORING ATHLETIC REPAIRS Expert Cleaning - Repairing t i Your Service 2650 CHOUTEAU 6629 Enright Ave. Compliments of HERKERT AND MEISEL TRUNK CO. One Hundred Thirty-t CANTEEN COMPLETE VENDING SERVICE PA. 1-9055 PA. 7-9057 Beryl Smith's Shell Service We specialize in motor tune-up, brake adjustment and general car servicing 7498 Delmar Blvd. U. City 5, Mo. Compliments of Dartmouth Market 7302 Dartmouth PA. l-9424 MEATS PRODUCE Chicago Theatrical Shoe Company of Missouri 537 Arcade Bldg.. 5th Floor 812 Olive Street, St. Louis l, Mo, MAin 1-0298 Ballet and Toe Shoes, Tap Shoes, Batons, Sequins, and Leotards DON'T RENT A TUX UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN ST. LOUIS' LARGEST SELECTION OF NEW FORMAL WEAR AT A-l Formal Wear 5600 DELMAR Po. 7-1300 STUDENT DISCOUNT The only tuxedo rental co. that doesn't own a double breasted tux. East-Del Service Station 6241 Delmar at Eastgate I Phone: PA. l-9242 READ A MAGAZINE TONIGHT Enjoy an Evening at Home with a Good Magazine PIERCE BUILDING NEWS CO. 2206 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri One Hundred Thirty-four "BANKING in the SKY" Here you can earn 392 Interest Guaranteed on Savings Certificates STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF WELLSTON Arcade Lanes Barney Vehige Ken Rothermich Free Instructions in Afternoons Where Friends Meet Friends For A Good Time Any Time 7579 Olive St. Rd. U. City, Mo. Phone PA. 5-4498 PArkview 1-195 9 Thompson's "66" Station 6313 Easton Ave. St. Louis 14, Mo. Auto Repal-n.ngiTires-Batten-es Accessories--Specialties Member Federal Deposit Insurance Painting and Dem Wofk Corporation 7640 Delmar Blvd. Paul F. Thompson University City 5, Mo. O Pick FREIGHT CO. 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C ity Insurance for E uery 1 7303 Olive Blvd. Purpose PA. 7-8412 Compliments of T A B E R N A Bud Lasater Standard Service Best Wz'shes from West St. Louis Glass Co. 6700 Olive Street PA. 1-9117 7201 Olive Street Road PA. 1-3593 Lasco Foods A11en's Pride Allen Brand Alben Brand ALLEN FOODS, INC. Wholesale Distributors 1141-51 S. 7th STREET ST. LOUIS, MO. One Hundred Thirty-nine Interior Designers JACK BRANDT Ltd. Traditional and Modern Furniture 616 N. MCKNIGHT ROAD University City 24, Mo. WYdown l-1266 FIRE STONE Self-Service Super Market 7200-2 Balson Home Dressed Poultry Holloway House Compliments Cafeteria of 7384 Forsyth PA. 5-7760 THE BIG STORE 0PPOSif9Fam0uS-Barr 1558-60 Broadway CH. 1-3670 Dodge Plymouth 8205 Olive so Rd. Wy. 7-9945 Di Franco Inc. 5 836 Delmar VO. 3-1800 Ken NVa1ker and Bill Murray Darstdale Service Station Jack Dwyer '65 Sons Texaco Products 8 Road Service Compliments Compliments of V of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ginsburg and CaldWell's Fine Foods Daughters 1523 N. T5 s. Road PA. 2-3956 One Hundred Forty Compliments of Helen Wolff Jr. Shop 8119 Maryland PA. l-0100 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Daily Saturday L E O ' S BARBER sHoP Plat Tops a Specialty 383 North Big Bend - Rear Midwest Jewish Book and Gift Center Compliments of St. Louis Motors, Inc. Authorized ISRAELI PRODUCTS DeSolrgP1vmolurh ealer PA. l-9943 6627 Delmar 3949 Lindell OL. 2-5210 Compliments of MATUES FABRICS Compliments of THE CLICK SHOP 6513 Delmar PA. l-2313 6639 Delmar l0fZ, Discount U Vo. 3-9614 for students OUfCf1meff1SC1'f'2 with Photo Fans COMPLIMENTS Maury Sosonoff OP Professional Pharmacy A Wall Building FRIEND 3900 Olive JE. 5-6506 City and County Delivery One Hundred F O ff1win'4 Compliments DRUGS of Prescriptions Service to the Sick Kranson Pharmacy 6601 Olive St. Rd. PArkview 1-3467-68 Purdue 512 S. Hanley Rd. PArkview 1-2338-39 Phillips "66" Products Road Service Compliments of Victor Shade Co. BUD ZEMLIAK SERVICE STATION 6129 PAGE BLVD. ' 941 Midland Cat Balsonj PArkview 1-2368 PArkview 1-9320 University City Compliments Compliments of Mueller's Market of Your Neighborhood Tom Boy Store Pau1'S Barber Shop 7638 CANNON AVE. Muel1er's Market WkD 8A.M.to6P.M. . cc Us Saturday 8 A 'MA to 5 P. M' 6973 Olive Street Road Telephone PArkview 7-7405 Closed on Mondays Air Conditioned COmDll'm9f?l'S Congratulations CLASS OF '57 of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bogler Vince 8 Tony Bommanto and T O N Y , S Daughter 826 N. Broadway St. Louis, Mo One Hundred Forty-two qwg.-gn.,-if-, v-1 -.F-V - N- - M.. A -W..-W .-,,., - --,mf . X, Best Wishes for your Success COMPLIMENTS OF MILLER JONES SHOES Headquarters for Fine Quality Shoes at Popular Prices for the Entire Family Open Every Night Till 9 P.M. uw' :hwy , gifs f""'T,?f?3 a.,,.,,, kavg il'- 'H7 '43 cr 'C2.1'CQi,.T MW afvl-fr,Q ' and 'JZ -H 0-V41 f W , 6621 DELMAR :sfiow-LZ University City, Mo. f When you Want to See Yourself See Joseph D. Murnane 7400 Pershing - U. City, Mo. vo. 3-3456 Mirrors - Glass - Paints DELMAR-LOOP SHOE SERVICE 706 Kingsland University City 5, Mo. Women's Nationally Advertised COMPLIMEN TS Shoes 30670 - 60fZ, Savings f O BRAMS - Fred F. Vincel Inc. Famous Brand Shoes 7811 FORSYTH PA. 7-71 10 One Hundred Forty-three THE HURTH-BRATEN SOUND CO. DEALERS IN SOUND 8217 Delmar Blvd., University City 24, Mo. ROBERT HURTH - MARVIN BRATEN Counselors in Sound Stereophonic, High Fidelity Equipment High Fidelity Albums A. H. Vaccaro CONTRACTOR 6020 Bartmer PA. 5-4396 ARKY'S Kosher Meat Market 965 MIDLAND PA. 1-9761 PA. 1-0062 We Deliver Ben Franklin Store 614 McKnight Road UNIVERSITY CITY MISSOURI Moody's Shoe Store "Shoes for the Entire Family" WY. 1- 5 5 9 0 8373 Olive Street Road University City 24, Mo. SULLIVAN Paint and Paper Co. 2333 South Grand ST. LOUIS, MO. 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