University of Detroit Jesuit High School - Cub Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1944
Page 1 of 92
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hls icqualntances has probably as
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to 11ke hlm In h1m are blended all
the attributes of :good man humor
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an ablhtv to enjoy hfe
In ded1cat1ng, th1s year book to Fran
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Latln teacher we feel we can pay
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of any one man I should want to llve
as Coach McCann has l1ved and I
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FRANCIS J MCCANN
DETROIT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
GROSSE POINTE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
LAMBERT F. WHETSTONE
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The Senlor Classes of 1944 IH our
two sthools are the thlrd of the
Wxr Cl asses to graduate Perhaps
lt 18 th ante perhaps lt IS a gradual
setthng down to the Job xn hand
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s my that 111 both sthools we have
enjoyed the most 91:f8CtlV8 Semor
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As you go out lnto thls wfar torn
world I trust th xt your mtelhgence
w1ll gulde your Wllllflg hands and
strong hearts to perform the work
of 3our world To paraphrase the
rnottoes of the two schools May
truth g1llC1G you through l'1'1pplI1E'SS
to ultnnfate vlctory
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B.A., Western Maryland College B A University of Toronto
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Earl L. Kimber
BS., Wayne University
M.A., Hastings College Ass't, to Headmaster English C D S
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Mary Frances Gould Wellington V. Grimes
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Physical Education, C.D S,
University of Michigan
English and History, D.U.S.
Doris E. Tebbetts Clara J Granger
B.S., Massachusetts School of Art Sewing Costume Designing
M.A., University of Minnesota L D S
John G. Conley Margaret Swan
B.A., M.A., Harvard University B A Smitli College
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M.A., University ot Michigan
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University of Lautcrnder
University of Florence
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B.A., Wayne University
M.A., University ot Michigan
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Florence M. Brown
B.S., University ot New I
M.Sc.O., Curry College
The class of 44 at D U S ln the face of the troubled
world 1nto whlch we must go has much for whxch to
thank our school We feel that the teachers and the pro
gram have done a splendld job 1n preparlng us to take
our places 1n the armed forces and have helped us to
know better how to meet the peace that IS sure to come
We hope that we can hve up to the hxgh standards set
for us at D U S
ROBERT DEN UYL
Der r U s h
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roi niversity c oo!
To the teachers who have guided us through out tu-
multuous youth, we give our humble thanksg to our
friends whom we leave behind we say: guard by your
faith and cherish by your interest all in Country Day
which has thus far claimed a leaf in the chronicles of our
livesg and to our school, although we must say goodbye.
we are still and ever singing 'We thy children hail thee
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ROBERT WALTER BRANDON 41 44
He who has a thousand frzends
Varslty Football 41 44
Varsnty Basketball 41 44
VarsIty Baseball 41 44
Semor Choxr 44
VIRGINIA CARLISLE FROST 31 44
As a WI! If not the first In the very first IIne
Varslty Baseball 41
Varslty Hockey 44
Tnstar Photography Edltor 43
PresIdent of the Student Councll
Perlcon Photography Edltor 44
VarIetIes 42 44
Class Treasurer 43
WILLIAM LOWE CI-IESBROUGH 43 44
Beware the fury of a patxent man
Glee Club 44
Semor Cholr 44
WILLIAM ANDRIES COLE 34 44
Whatever you do do wisely and think ot' the conse
Class V1ce Presxdent 43 44
Class Treasurer 40 41
Varsxty Basketball 43 44
Athletxc Councxl 38 39
Haberkorn Award 38 39
BARBARA ANN HUGHES 38 44
Dearly must we prize thee we who find m thee a bul
wark for the cause ol men
Student Councxl 40
Varslty Hockey 40 44
Varsxty Basketball 41 44
Class President 43
Athletic Assoclatlon President 44
Clrculatmg Manager of Pencon 44
Wmner of Blue Athletxc Blazer 43
ROBERT DYKEMA DEN UYL 34 44
Oh rt rs excellent to have a grant s strength
Varslty Football 42 44
Athletxc Councll 44
Class Presxdent 44
Varletles 42 43
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Blue Team Captain '40-'43
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RICHARD CAMPBELL DEVOR ,35-'43
"So shall your wit be fresh"
Class Vice-President '40-'41
Senior Choir '44
Feature Editor of Triangle '43-44
D U S Band 43 44
Manager Varsxty Basketball 42 43
Edltor of Perzcon 43 44
LYDIA JANE KERR 37 44
She s all my lancy pamted her she s lovely she s dzvme
Co Art Edxtor of Pen Pomte 43
D U S News Edltor of Trzstar 43
Manager of Dramatlc Club 44
Class Presldent 42
Art EdltOf of Perrcon 44
May Queen Attendant 43
May Queen 44
Terrlll Newnan Scholar 38
GEORGE WILLIAM DUEEIELD 34 44
I have hardly ever known a mathematzcran who was not
capable of reasonmg
Trzstar 41 42
Trzangle 43 44
Advertxsxng Manager Perlcon 44
Dramatxc Club 39 40
Terrxll Newnan Scholar 42
ROBERT BRUCE Fox 39 44
Be moderate be moderate
Varsity Football 41 44
Varslty Tennxs 42
Class Treasurer 44
Secretary Treasurer Athletic Councxl
Varxetxes 42 44
Glee Club 40 44
Photography Edxtor Pencon 44
She that was ever larr and never proud had tongue at
will and yet was never loud
Student Councrl 38
Varsity Hockey 44
Business Manager of Pencon 44
WILLIAM YOUNG GARD 38 44
Grammar whzch knows how to control even Kmgs
Class Treasurer 42
Senxor Choxr 44
Glee Club 43 44
Tnangle 41 44
Ternll Newnan Scholar 43
Highest D U S Scholar 43
Art Editor of Pencon 44
D U S Band 43 44
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MARY SUSAN KRENTLER '31-'34,' '37-'40g '44
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CHARLES GE! 1-:AAR 42 44
Idleness IS an appendix to nobzlxiy
Varsity Football 43
MINNIE PECK MACMAHON 41 44
Not that I love studzes less but I love lun more
Assocxate Edxtor of Pen Pomte 43
Varletxes 41 44
Dramatuc Club 41 44
Glee Club 41
Smgmg Leader 43 44
Graduate Editor of Perzcon 44
TRACY KANE HASTINGS 39 44
Well tzmed sllence
hath more eloquence
Class Secretary 44
Glee Club 42- 43
D. U. S. Band 43-44
Senior Choir 44
Dramatic Club 43-
CHARI ES VINCENT HICKS 38 44
Studres serve for delight for ornament and for ability
Class Vlce Presldent 42 43
Suuor Cholr 44
Glee Club 43 44
Graduate Editor of Pencon 44
Edxtor of Tnangle 44
Terrull Nevxnan Award 38 44
Hfaberkorn Award 42 43
Charrman Debatmg Society 44
Wmner D AR Essay Contest
Mxteer Scholarshxp 42 44
Cl iss V8l6dlCtOfl8H 44
MARGARET ANNE MCKEAN 38
She is pretty to walk with
And witty to talk with
And pleasant too
to thmk on
Varslty Hockey 44
Dramatnc Club 42
News Edltor of Trzstar 44
Cla s Treasurer 44
Gold AA Blazer Wnmer 43
Headmaster s Cup Wmner 43
Terrxll Newnan Scholar 41 43
RAYMOND IvEs 39 44
Fortune fax ors the
Varslty Football 41 44
Varslty Baseball 42 43
Class Secretary 41 42
Class Treasurer 42 43
Glee Club 40 44
Photography Edltor Perrcon 44
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DONALD WARREN KUHN 38- 44
Speech is a mirror of the soul' as a man speaks so is he
Varsity Football 43-
Class Secretary 42
Glee Club 40 44
Triangle 40 42
Student Council 44
Dramatxc Club 42 44
JANE MCNAUGHTON 40 44
merry heart goes all the day
Varsrty Hockey 40 44
Glee Club 40 44
Dramatxc Club 40 44 Presldent
43 Vlce Presldent 44
Manager of Gold Team 42 44
Editor rn Chlef of Pencon
Wmner of Betty Ellis Cup
JAMES MCHATTON MAY 41 44
Not by years but by disposition IS wisdom acqulred
Varslty Football 42 44 Captaln
Varsity Basketball 43 44
Varslty Baseball 42 44
Athletlc Council 42 44
Student Council Presldent 44
Class Pres1dent 4l
Busmess Manager Pencon 44
Wmner of Presxdents Cup 42
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MARTIN SIEGEL MAYER 38-44
There rs no Royal Road to Geometry
Varsity Football 43 44
MARY ELIZABETH PRESCOTT 35 44
Mrschrevousness and jOVl8IIfY make up a personalxty
Tnstar 42 44
Library Commxttee 43 44
Hockey 38 44
Basketball 38 44
Class Vice Presndent 44
RICHARD LEO MAIER 43 44
I slept and dreampt that Ilfe was beauty
I woke up and found that Irie was duty
Glee Club 44
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JOHN HARNESS PARK '44
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto you
LORONE ST CLAIRE RICKEL 36 44
A loveller flower on the earth was never sown
Athletic Assoclatxon 43
Student Councxl Secretary 43
Edltor ln Chxef of Pen Pomte 43
Trrstar 43 44
Class President 44
Dramatic Club 40 44
Varsxty Hockey 44
Frustees Cup Wlnner 43
May Queen Attendant 43
ROBERT MCLEAN REYNOLDS 39 44
Dlscretxon IS the better part of valor
Varsity Football 41 44
Varslty Basketball 43 44
Varslty Tenms 42
Athletic Councxl 41 44
U Club President 44
Ternll Newnan Scholar 43
JOHN SCRIPPS SWEENEY 38 44
It' music be the food of love play
Student Council 39 41
Varretxes 39 44
Dramatic Club 39
Terrxll Newnan Scholar 38 39
MARGARET ELAINE WALLACE 37 44
Worthy of the name of Poet
Valsxty Basketball 40 43
Varieties 41 44
Dramatlc Club 41
Tnstar 42 44
Pen Pomte 41 43
Terrlll Newnan Scholar 38 43
GUY GRANT WEDTHOFF 38 44
No sooner said than done so acts a man of worth
Glee Club 42 43
Student Council 43 44
Crrculatxon Edltor Trzangle 44
Crrculatxon Editor Pencon 44
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Varsity Baseball '41-'42
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GERTRUDE ANTOINETTE WHELDEN 37 44
Happy full of song dance and laughter
Glee Club 41 42
Dramatxc Club 41 43 Secretary
Busmess Edltor Pen Pomte 43
Editor ln Chief of Tnstar 44
AdVCl'tlSll'lg Edltor of Perzcon
Terrnll Newnan Scholar 40 42 43
Class Salutetorlan 44
ROBERT WARNE WILSON 41 43
He serves me most who serves Ins country best
Triangle 41 43
Terrxll Newnan Scholar 43
WINIFRED HELEN WHITE 41 44
Calm radxant lzke the phantom oi the dawn
Varletles '43 '44
Blue Team Manager '43
Varsxty Hbckey '43
Varslty Basketball '43
Presxdent of Student Councxl '44
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The famous class of '44
In body sound, and furthermore
Intact of mind, do will, bequeath
Hereby fto those Whom We believe
Deserve our virtues and our faultsj
Our j.D. Club, and chocolate malts,
Our "Vic," and our collected "art."
These are our gifts we depart:
Liz Prescott leaves her course in Art
Right where she found it, at the start!
Dick Keyes falls heir to Reynold's wit
We hope his glamour, too, will fit.
Bill Dufheld leaves his English gloom
To be McNaughton's senior doom.
Here, Gertie Whelden wills to those
Who'll pay the most, her worn-out clothes.
For Krentler, as jim May explains,
Are handsome looks and lots of brains.
Bill Mackey gets Bob Wilson's Hair
For vocal battles and hot air.
Our Winnie wills her letter stack
To Peggy Duffy, Cbut not J - - - llj
The jams that Grant was forced to know
He gladly leaves to G. B. Stroh.
Bill Cole, who's finished when we start,
Shows Maxie how to be that smart.
Wee Lornie leaves her height in fee
To one who needs it, Frannie B.
From Meier to Bill Manley goes
Some sharp and very snazzy clothes.
Ralph Burton gets T. Hasting's skill
For saying much, while meaning nil.
To Pat, who's always on the dot,
Goes promptness from our "Marg," who's
Bill Chesbrough leaves his bassoon-speech
To Spalding. Quite a break ll! for each.
Sam Kilner, from this will must claim
Dick Devor's non-stop talking fame.
Because it is so close and dear
McMahon won't leave her "T" shirt here.
To Drysdale goes the honored part
Of taking "F.M." Mayer's art.
Bob Fisher gets the "Foxy" way
Our Robert F. makes life seem gay.
Jane leaves to Martha, for her hair,
Some H., O-and a prayer!
"Swoon-crooner" Kuhn to Haberkorn
Bequeaths his gift for "brown." One horn
Complete with honking knowledge, fine
Is Gard's bequest to Foster's line.
Carlisle leaves for Lizi's fun
Her column and a Frosty pun.
To Rocho goes Chuck Gelhaar's sly
And ghost-like knack for getting by.
Persuasive brawn and sultry voice
Are left for Dickson, Brandon's choice.
"This 4th term, now, I cannot use!
F-With love,to Franklin."-Barbie Hughes
The "Reverend" Park to Casgrain wills
A life quite pure, devoid of thrills.
C. Hicks leaves brains Cwith lessons, sixj
To help out Donald's mental fix.
A gift to make her lovelier-
To Shover, cherub knees from Kerr.
DenUy1's strength is Downer's fate,
It could be handy on a date!
Ed Henkel wills his Gable glance
To F. Moran falso his pantsj.
Because Loel has poise galore
Calm Mary K. leaves her some more.
To Henkel, THE Ray Ives accords
The luck to get Un-won rewards.
The Maestro Sweeney leaves Ken Gould
His red-hot "ivories" safely cooled.
And Migs would will-but changed her
How could she leave her rhymes behind?
To next year's Cook-Road-Seniors fall
The task of taking study hall,
Our hallowed and secluded lair,
QDon't let it get too smoky there!j
The "R.A.,' and our liquid food,
And "G.MQ" in a fou-l mood.
Be good to all our treasures dear!
It's in your trust we leave them here!
The Junior Class of G.P.S.
Is left these things, we must confess,
Our odiously proper days,
Our puritanical, sweet ways,
Our horn-rim specs, our reference books
Our studious and thoughtful looks!
We leave our days bereft of fun
To each and all, to every one
Of our new Seniors, hoping they
Will mix to taste their work and play.
And now, affixing sign and seal
To make an end of willing, we'1l
Extend our blessings, say no more!
So long - - - -
The Class of '44
Well, here we are, thirteen gay lasses, to tell you
how swell the Junior Class is. We love to play
hockey, defense stamps we sell, and we pester the
life out of poor Mam'selle. Now read at the top
from left unto right, and the picture will bring all
our secrets to light. Our star, Barbara Bayne, is so
very athletic, the rest of us look extremely pathetic.
And julia's the gal with new hair styles each day,
aren't any more. Shakespeare and Shelley are loved
by Jerome, whenever she's reading, she's always at
home. just a drop in the bucket, Sal's little but
wise, her talents have nothing to do with her size.
If you see an airplane up in the sky, it's probably
Lizi waving goodbye. Now Taylor walks briskly to
school every morn, sheis hoping to hear the honk
of a horn. And orchids let's send each week to Miss
Seated: P. Jerome, S. Whitehead, L. Murphy, C. Taylor, N. Hughes, E. Buell, M. Whitehead
Standing: B. Bayne, j. Walton, K. McKinley, j. Hill, M. L. McGrane, P. DuHy
but it's more fun with changes than the same old
way. Now Kitty likes reading, thinks books are a
treat, and in story-writing she's hard to beat. Oh,
pity poor Joan who loves to fabricate jokes that
Miss Brown just won't 'preciate. She draws and she
sings and does algebra too-this isnit hard: it's of
course Mary Lou. Peg Duffy's a gal who forgets
we're in war, 'cause she hoards all the men till there
Hughes for her painful job of collecting our dues.
And now we can never forget Ellie Buell, whose
hair is the reddest by far in the school. Sal's cute
cousin Mary can knit like a whiz, and she thinks
that a man is the best thing there is. A handsome
thirteen I know you'll agree, and the best Junior
Class you ever will see!
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Here come the Tenth Grade Qfuneral march ac-
companiment, pleasej, and right away you know
which side our bread is buttered on, namely Miss
Richardson's side. From now on you know us as
Cherubs, for only seldom do we come up the fire
escape instead of the stairway, and never do we
throw shoes out of the window! To get a clear and
colorful picture of us, try our kaleidoscopic QSC
pleasej view of bow-tie fads, movie star pictures,
peek-a-boo bangs, Johnson's baby oil, fan "male,"
revolutionary ideas, and "slanguage." Now you
Seated: j. Collins, R. Wheldcn, B. Whelden, P. Mason, D. Dwyer, N. Wensinger, S. Sutherland
Standing: M. McClintock, S. Thomas, M. Bird, L. Amberg, F. Spalding, P. McKean, j. Mulkey,
C. Scott, M. Campbell
Seated: C. Preble, P. Book, B. Miller, M. johnson, E. Danilotl, M. Heath, J. McMillan
First Row Standing: C. Hill, D. Fruehauf, A. Wedtholf, E. Wright, S. Reekie, S. Frost, j. Mulford
Second Row Standing: D. Shover, M. Wilbur, H. Whittaker, L. Fletcher, A. Shelden,
P. Candler, A. Hicks
Absent: F. Boyer, M. Carter, M. Chapin, C. Nauman, N. Pierson, j. Young, H. Wernke,
This noisy class, room 25.
Is one of great extremes,
Some full of life, and always gay,
And others full of dreams for screams!j
Our class is largest in the school,
At that you must not scoff,
We have most on the honor roll,
And always the most off.
The freshman class of '44
Is full of lots of things.
Of wits and brains and corny sayings,
And specially Freshman Flings!
In the eighth grade are twenty examples of per-
fect education, although one little "joel Cupper-
man" is absent from our surroundings, Helen Hub-
bard, who decided to learn something of the outf
side world. One section of our brilliant group gave
a play called "Ladies in Retirement," and the
audience retired during the performance, while
both sections have been struggling for three months
to make an afghan. Guess the results. Refined and
quiet, we are naturally somewhat surprised when
we first see our teachers don their ear muffs on
our entrance into their classrooms. Truly we are
Seated.' j. Ziegler, B. Meader, N. Chapman, L. MacMahon, S. Watters, H. Hubbard, S. Ives
Standing: I. Koebel, j. Sattley, M. Muirhead, M. Davis, G. jones, B. Finkenstaedt, G. Ford,
P. Hughes, P. Kemp
Absent: F. Frost, C. Woodall, P. van Ries
Seated: M. Boyer, V. Robb, J. Stever, A. Wheat
Standing: H. Parker, M. Stewart, S. Sattley, j. Wright, V. Scripps, j. Kuhlman, S. Wheelock
We know where we are going! In the Fourth War
Loan Drive, we went over our quota by S8,435.
Our class has had a number of interesting parties
and hope to have more. Bonnie Whelden left early
in November for Florida, and we were all sorry to
Absent: G. Smith, A. Hinchman
see her go. Anne Hinchman joined us in the new
year. Mary Boyer is our representative for the
Student Council. In May we gave with the eighth
grade, Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pinafore," and we
think it was a success.
F is for Fageol, Sally faithful and true. G
I is for independence, our Bettina all through.
F is for Florence, the diligent and sweet.
T is for Torry, the Gallant hard to beat.
H is for Hahn, Elise the happy.
Gracious Mary Kate, Betsy Ann and Sarah
Jane so snappy.
R means von Reis, the Karen so gracious.
A is for Alexia and Alice Jane the vivacious
D is dear Dorothy, whose aim is to please.
E means sweet Elsa, the busiest of bees.
First Row: S. Creamer, j. Bahr. M. Auchterlonie, E. Hefferan, A. Angell, S. Whitehead,
B. Fruehoft, E. Barr, A. Kuhn, M. Johnston, S. Fageol
Second Row: j. Whittaker, A. Hooker, E. Hahn, M. Carter, j. joy, B. Givens, E. Carter,
K. Kanzler, A. Woodhouse,
M. VVorcester, P. Sattley
Third Row: M. Behr, G. Smith, D. Booth, L. Buhl, D. Wood, P. Sutton, A. Torrey, j. Garrett,
M. MacDonald, j. Dickson, L. Wadsworth
MRs. MARIE I. GRANGER
MISS MARTHA GOTTSCHALL
MRS. HELEN BROWN
Supervisor, Grades 1-6
G. P. C. D. S. and D. U. .S.
BERTRAM P. Sr-1ovER, Ph.B., M.A.
In the third grade we really learn. We know an
amphibian when we see it, both animal and me-
chanical. We know our continents and our oceans
and our countries, and we can point them out on
any map you want to give us. Some day if you will
have a Quizz Kid Contest on gods and goddesses,
we'll enter it!
First Row: R. Henry, C. Schotanus, E. Treble, D. jackson, j. Chapman, A. Boyer, N. Hanley,
B. Ohmart, C. Clark
Second Row: M. O'Brien, I. DuPont, E. Fink, N. Boos, A. Sherer, W. Booth, T. Parker
Third Row: S. Macauley, S. Goddard, 1. Vance, P. Whitman
Absent.' C. MacMahon, M. Ferry, J. Hudson, E. Phelan, P. Stewart, B. Torrey, E. Vanderbrook
Seated: D. Custer, j. Downing, H. Candler, E. Vanderbrook, R. Young, D. Hesse, F. Creamer
P. Waterman, j. Butler
Seated, Second Row: B. Barrell, j. Bragraw, L. Ecclestone, j. Backus, E. Du Pont, E. Hartwick
Absent: j. Evans, A. Phelan, D. Rust, G. Villerot, R. Conflitti
Do you write letters to the soldiers and
sailors? We do in the second grade, and
we sell war savings stamps and lots of
bonds when there is a bond drive.
There are twenty-five of us in the first
grade, a lot more boys than girls so that
we have lively nature walks and tell
"scary" stories that we love to make up
MRS. DOROTHY JENKINS HOLLISTER
Supervisor of Lower School
in story-telling time.
First Row: IV. Edwards, J. Erebecker, D, Prouty, S. Gillis, M. Owen, G. Mercer, F. Ollison,
J. De Gro, P. Johnson, P. Henry. B. Keyes
Second Row: M. Sartley, J. Winas, C. Sorenson, M. Huck, E. Ledyard, J. Joy, M. Auchterlonie,
A. Johnston, B. Tost, L. Johnston
Absent: G. Marxer, M. Shallcross, N. Stroh, J. Wallace
We of the kindergarten do not always
play, though we are good at clay model-
ing, painting, and woodworkg sometimes
we read our book "Come and See," and
we do manuscript writing that you really
ought to come and see!
Seated S Whitehead B Hughes M McClintock
Standing J McNaughton M McKean P Duffy
The Athletic Association organizes the athletic activities at Country Day plan
ning intra mural games and meets Barbara Hughes president Margie McKean
treasurer, Sally Whitehead, Gold Team Captain Martha McClintock Blue
Team Captaing Jane McNaughton manager of the Gold Team and Peggy
Duffy manager of the Blue Team, meet with Miss Gould and Miss MacDonald
to plan the schedules for the games and promote suggestions to better the
Everyone has always wanted a school blazer and this year our wish came true.
We have navy blue blazers piped in white braid with an emblem designed from
the school seal. At the end of the athletic season A. A. gives a banquet for the
faculty and students of the upper school. A prominent local authority on
athletics speaks to us as do Miss Richardson and Mr. Whetstone. Miss Gould
awards varsity letters, blazers. and blue and gold chevrons, thus climaxing our
year most satisfactorily.
Blue Team+First Row: N. Chapman, H, Hubbard, A. lVedthoH, j. Ziegler, S. Wheelock,
B. Meader, M. Boyer, F. Spalding, D. Shover, P, Hughes, j, Kuhlman, V. Scripps.
M. Stewart, C. Hill, S. Reekie.
Second Row: L. Rickel, P. Kemp, j, McMillz1n, P. Book, M. Heath, H. Whit-
taker, I. Koebel, S. lves, D. Fruehaul.
Third Row: B. Whelden, M. L. McGr:me, M. Davis, M. McClintock, P. Dutly.
N. Hughes, K. McKinley, L. Ambc-rg.
Fourth Row: W. White, M. Campbell, B. Hughes, C. Scott, G, jones, C. Frost,
Gold Team First Row E Wright S Sattlev E Buell j Multord S Whitehead j IUC
Naughton j Sattley S Frost S Witt:-rs L MacMahon j Wright
Second Row S Sutherland P McKean A Sfelden C Tay or G Ford j
Collins P Mason M Whitehead B Fmkenstuedt
Third Row P Candler j Stever C Preble M Muuheid L Fletcher M Wil
but V Robb
Fifth Row j Mulkey P MzclVl1hon L D'milol'l R Whelden L Kerr M
johnson B Bayne
We have two mtra mural athletic teams the Blue Team and the Gold Team Each member of
the Athletic Assoclatlon IS on one or the other of these teams and we compete in a variety
of sports throughout the school year At Commencement a cup IS awarded to the team whlcm
has won the most points Sally Whltehead captaln and Jane McNaughton manager of the
Gold Team were the proud recelvers of the cup last year and naturally are strxvmg to keep
the cup thus year, though the Blues are gwmg rcal competltlon with Martha McClmtock tap
tam and Peggy Duffy manager, both of whom are constantly cheering the Blue Team on t0
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Second Row j McNaught0n M Krentler M McKean R Whelden L Rlckel B Bayne
Third Row W. White, S. Thomas, M. McClintock, K. McKinley, j. Mulkey
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The Class of '45 doesn't like to be referred to as the Junior
Class. That term makes it seem more juvenile than the
Seniors, though juvenile, of course, they really are. Led by
"Grubby', Dickson, president, we fare forth into the brutal
world of society. Although our othcers, Jim Krentler, vice-
president: Bob Fisher, secretary, and Bill Maxon, treasurer,
First Row M Henkel D Donald B Fisher D Dickson j Krentler B Maxon K Gould
Second Row V Rocho F Casgram B Moran C Manley R Burton H Downer D Foster
J McNaughton B Drysdale
Third Row: B. Mackey, S. Kilner, G. Haberkorn G Stroh B Keyes E Peck
have had little to do throughout the year our official party
giver Eliot Peck, has found plenty to keep him busy pre
paring for class parties and getting rid of the deceased mem
bers afterwards Of course you must realize that our true
activities do not begin until the week end Come Monday
morning we stagger to DUS w1th half shut eyes
The Class of '46 was organized in its freshman
year with C. Maloney as president, A. Suzcek as
vice-president, Bob Smith as treasurer, and Reeves
Taylor as secretary. This year the officers have
remained the same with the exception of Reeves
Taylor who has left us for Culver. He is replaced
by Bob Smith who is now acting secretary and
treasurer. The Class has taken an active part in
the Service Club, the Student Council, and the var-
ious sports programs that have occurred through-
out the school year.
First Row: j. Corfield, W. Knight, B. Smith, C. Maloney, R. Taylor, A. Suczek, P. Detwiler
Second Row: K. Haley, B. Gumper, D. Robb, j. Welchli. j. Breckenridge, A. Marschner,
D. Christiansen, B. Kennedy, j. Herdegen
Third Row: j. Pemberthy, S. Volpe, G. jarre, G. Lafer, T. Joyce, H. Muir, j. Woodhouse
First Row: T. Barrell, D. Spencer, 1. Duffy, F. Walker, B. Finnie, C. Edwards, T. Kratzet,
j. Purdy, F. Bahr
Second Row: D. Chesbrough, L. Middleditch, B. Byington, D. Palmer, B. Wood, j. Touscany,
R. lnsley, D. Dekker, A. Davis, S. Miller, D. Lippincott, j. O'Hair
Third RoW.' G. Fenley, F. Lepley, j. Gould, H. Fruehauf, j. MclVaughton
In the latter part of October, the ninth grade
elected its class officers. The results were: Chuck
Edwards, president, Bob Finnie, vice-presidentg
Ted Kratzet. treasurer: Frank Walker, secretary.
In December we gave our first class party with
the ninth grade of Country Day School at Marian
Wilbur's house. The following month we again
decided to have a class party, this time at Joan
Mulford's where only six couples showed up, but,
nevertheless, we had fun. Our most recent party
was combined with the eighth grade at Fred
Bahr's and was by far the best.
With five rather successful class parties behind us
and many more, we hope, to look forward to, our
class has had a good year. But it hasn't been all
fun with us: we've been busy too. We were re-
sponsible for the new bicycle shed which was com-
pleted last autumn and which has been a boon to
all. Our class is organized, and our officers are:
jimmy Campbell, president, George Dowley, vice-
president: and Johnny Hooker, secretary and
First Row: F. Alders, D. Mitchell, j. Campbell, G. Dowley, G. lnsley, j. Standish
Second Row: j. Sherer, T. Wadsworth, D. Fruehauf, R. Milner, j. Cosgrove, j. Hodges, j. Foster
Third Row: M. Woodhouse, C. Keyes, B. Ford, D. Pierson, B. Fisher
First Row: B. Hamilton, B. Phelps, D. Kuhn, G. Preston, B. Kanzler, B. Cowden, B. Welchli
Second Row: G. Whitehead, S. Muir, D. Barrell, W. Babcock, C. Symington, D, Chestnut,
F. Johnston, T. Staley
Third Row: D. Newlnro, H. Smith, H. Bover, j. Bingham
This year five new seventh graders have come to
D.U.S., and we organized with the following class
officers: Howard Kay, presidentg joe Boyer, vice-
presidentg Sandy Muir, secretary, and Barry
Phelps, treasurer. Not only do we rank high in
scholarship, but we have contributed many mem-
bers to the football, baseball, and basketball teams.
After our happy QQ experiences this year, we look
forward to next year with joy!
In grade four we are all members of the junior Red Cross. Miclget Football Team. and three honor students, Henry
have sold 57.650 worth of war bonds, and six of our fifteen Caulkins, Henry Shelden, and Cullen Sweeney.
members heVe been UH the honor fell- The sixth grade has 14 letter men on the Miclget Football
We. the fifth grade. have a 100"Q record for membership in Team. had three winners in the Hobby Show, and six
the junior Red Cross. for selling Christmas Seals, and for members on the honor roll. We sold 5112.750 worth of war
contributing to the War Chest. We sold S28,575 worth of bonds and have 100 service hours to our Credit.
war bonds. We have four gallants. six lettermen on the
First Row: S. Phelps, C. Field, B. Polk, R. Muirhead, E. Stroh, B. Chapman, D. Eidt, W. Butler,
D. Ohmart, G. Zinn, D. Johnston
Second Row: D. joy, H. Crapo, j. Gushee, B. Foster, S. Sherer, B. Terry, B. Clark, H. Shelden,
R. MacDonald, G. Howard, D. Moran, N. Osbeck, M. Sales
Third Row: j. Wheat, P. Fink. G. Symington, R. Goddard, W. Klenk, B. Fruehauf, H. Ledyard,
B. Moore, j. Wood, B. Hudson, G. Insley, S. Muirhead, B. Towar
Fourth Row: j. Berke, G. Johnston, D. Gillis, R. Rocho. B. Torrey, W. Osbeck, j. Fitzpatrick,
G. Ford, L. Buhl, A. Ledyard, j. Buell, j. Standish, C. Sweeny, D. Phillips, H. Caulkins
ANDRH-:S M COLF MRs MARCUERITE HOLBROOK I BRy0N ARMSTRONC
Filth Grade Fourth Grade Sixth Grade
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Second Row B Gard B Fisher B Duffield R Ives B Chesbrough B Fox B DenUyl
C Maloney j May B Maxon
Thxrd Row B Brandon G Wedthof? B Kennedy W Kmght D Foster T Joyce j Park
Fourth Row C Hicks D Donald A Marschner V Rocho j Herdegan M Henkel G Stroh
Quarterback Jlm May
John McNaughton Mxlton Henkel
Harry Downer Art Marschner
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Though Coach Kimber is losing eleven varsity
football players by graduation this year, he still
has good material for next year's games. Last year
D.U.S. completed one of the most successful foot-
ball seasons on its record. The varsity was unde-
feated and untied in eight games, amassing a total
First Row: R. Taylor, j. Duffy, j.
of 163 points while allowing the opponents only
14. This gives the Varsity a sum of 16 games won
against one lost. Excellent varsity material is being
prepared in the oncoming classes to carry on the
Red and Blue's hrst-rate reputation.
Purdy, R. Milner, B. Finnie, j. Cosgrove, P. Spencer
T. Barrell, F. Bahr
Second Row: C. Edwards, B. Insley, j. Foster, j. Touscany, j. O'Hair, S. Miller, A. Davis
Third Row: G. Fenley, J. McNaughton, D. Chesbrough, D. Fruehauf, L. Midclleditch, j. Gould,
First Row: C. Keyes, D. Newbrough, F. Leply, E. Spaulding, G. Dowley, G. jarre, H. Rile,
D. Den Uyl, B. McKee, T. Wadsworth, D. Pierson, Mr. j. C. Conley
Second Row: j. Woodhouse, B. Smith, J. Welchli, A. Suczek, D. Meier, E. Peck, G. Haberkorn,
B. Mackey, D. Robb
Third Row: H. Muir, D. Devor, j. Breckenridge, B. Cole, T. Hastings, C. Gelhaar, j. Sweeney,
Fourth Row: S. Kilner, B. Manley, R. Burton, F. Casgrain, K. Gould, B. Drysdale, EI. Corlield
For those who do not want football at
D.U.S. there are classes in exercises and
track. One of the big events of the year is
the June Track Meet which requires hard
preparation during the year but provides
some fine honors.
The U Club is an organization of D.U.S. letter
men founded to further the athletic interests of the
school. The Club. which sponsors all athletic events
and activities during the year. was founded in 1932
when a need was felt for someone to promote
athletics. Since then, it has made many very help
ful contributions and lived up to its aims. The
officers are: President. Bob Reynolds: vice-presi
dent, Bob Fox: secretary-treasurer, jim May.
Firs! Row: B. DenUyI, R. Ives, B. Reynolds, B. Brandon, H, Fox
Second Row: Mr. Garrett, D. Donald, J. McNaughton, Mr. Kimber, D. Dickson, j. May,
First Row: B. DenUyI, B. Fox, D. Dickson, B. Reynolds, B. Brandon
Second Row: B. Hudson, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Kimber, j. May, C. Edwards
The Athletic Council, composed of
members chosen by the students, cap-
tains of varsity teams. and coaches in
the various sports, determines the ath-
letic policies of the school and approves
the awards for letters. Dick Dickson
held the office of president, with Bob
Fox as secretary.
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to those five who hdve gwen thelr l1ves that we mi
enjoy Freedom s hfxllowed sh ide
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Mc INlOwll BRowN
This hand to Tyrants ever sworn the toe
For Freedom only deals the deadly blow
Then sheathes m calm repose the vengeful blade
For gentle peace zn Freedoms hallowed shade
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Circ ulatlon Man1gers
jane McNaughton Rlchard Devor
Perkin MiCMahon Chuck Hlcks
Lgdma Kerr B111 Gard
Gertrude Whelden Bull Duffield
Mary Krentler Jlm May
Barbara Hughes Grant Wedthoff
Cfzrhsle Frost Ray Ives Bob Fox
Mass Dorothy Arms
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September We Meet
October Frrst Meeting
November Some Meetmg
December Our Meeting
Wow We Dwi '75
We argue We adjourn
The engravers repres n
tattve comes and neatly
tosses our pet ndeas about
but we persevere
Cover destgns all over the
board Lydra and B Il
agree The other expert
hold out for thetr atroct
tres We argue We ad
Fmally the art edntors
wm The cover ordered
Now the msxde
Fmances Can we come
out solvent lf 9 Mary
and Jtm figure tAre st ll
Four of us get together
and plan the msrde Dedt
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Mxss Arms checks up
again QNeed we sav
Bill reports that his assxs
tant IS worktng on draw
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had gotten? Stull wattmg
for asststant assxstant s
report Duff and Gertre
go on a get the ads Klds
Date IS set for the pncture
takmg Possible poses and
vlews declded on Ray
and Carky start nn
Mary s we mean to leave
no debts determmatxon
makes for gllttermg cash
Bull s HSSISKHDIS to the as
slstant finally come
through wtth some first
rate cartoons Thanks
Dawnostus and Tomm3
Pecku. an.l Lhutk madly
thumb Barlett to fini
what fits whom Nuthm
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Carky snapp ng flash
bulbs Ray snapp ng
everybody m every way
Carky comes out wnth
most fin shes Ray ge s
6 out of 32 poss bles'
Ftnlshed cover arrxves
joy spurs us out of leth
Dragging rn the words
Ads for sure Gert:
and DutT enjoy the tele
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monled job Bob takes
over Stull only 6 u ablt
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bmndmg S Whitehead C Taylor
Followmg lts new edltorlal pollcy of mcreased
emphasrs on matenal of mterest to the student
body Trtangle thls year was permanently en
larged to sxx pages Wxth the asslstance of Mr
Barrell the staff succeeded m pubhshxng a
paper of great mterest to both student body
and alumnl The edxtorlal board th1s year was
Chuck Hxcks edltorm chlef Bill Gard sports
edltor R1chard Devor feature edltor Grant
Wedthoff clrculatxon manager, John McNaugh
ton advertlslng manager and Peter Detwxler,
Furst Row L Kerr S Reekze M Stewart M Bahr
A Torrey F HeHeran B Givens V Scripps
S Wheelock A Wedthotl L Rtckel
Second Row l Fletcher L Amberg C Taylor L
Murphy P Kemp G Whelden ,I Hill K Mc
Kmley j Collms S Sutherland B Whelden
71-nrd Row D Shover N Wensmger j Walton
S lhomas E Prescott B Mrller C Frost
R Whelden P Mason M McKean
In the capable hands of an excellent staff headed
by Ellle Buell and with M1ss Arms s enthuslasm
as faculty advlser Pen Pomte came off the press
thls year w1th 1ts usual excltement due probably
to the fact th t we all have .1 weakness for
seelng our creatlve efforts ln prmt The annual
Pen Po1nte Lltemry Contest had so many
excellent entrles that beslde the prxze wxnnmg
pleces many other fine entrxes were pubhshed
1n addltlon to other exfeptlonal pieces wrxtten
durmg the yefmr Pen Pomte has now we feel
galned the momentum of a tI'1llltlOl1 of hlgh
C Hicks D Dickson C Maloney
Second Row P Detwrler R Taylor Mr Barrell
H Downer B Gumper
Thus years Tn Stars seven Issues full of new
xdeas, have been a great success Under the
faculty dlrectlon of Mlss DAv1gnon and with
Gertle Whelden as edltor IH chlef notable mter
est has been aroused 1n all grades As usual the
semors put out thexr speclal edltlon of Tn Star
and they as well 'as everyone else thought lt
very speclal lndeed
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Program IH une
First Row R Ives B Fox B DenUyI B Reynolds B Brandon
Second Row D Kuhn j May B Gard G Wcdtholf j Sweeney
D Devor T Hastings B Chesbrough
Fxrst Row C Hill j Muliord J Walion M L McGmne B
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Second Row A Suczek D Meier C Hicks C Malonzy B llslur
R Ives D Christiansen
Third Row B Fox D Dixon M Henkel B Gard T jnyu
IJ Kuhn D Chesborough T Histlngs
The Senlor Chonr at DUS wls es
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smgmg m the mornmg assembhes
Its enthusxasm has xnstxlled a new
Splflt mto the smgmg md lts cfforts
have popularnzed the school songs
Mr Armstrong xs the leader md
john Sweeney plays the pl mo xccom
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M ly Queen
Eleventh Grade Nmth Grade Tenth Grade
Patrlcm lerome Sally Wlutehead Martha lohnson Sally Potter
Carlisle Frost and Winnie White have headed this year's Student
Council. With Eleanor Buell and Peggy Duffy from the junior
Class. Pat McKean and Catherine Scott from the Sophomore Class.
jan McMillan and Elizabeth Wright from the Freshman Class we
have had a most successful term. Mary Boyer and Bette Burr
Meader have represented grades seven and eight. We have tried
not only to perform our usual disciplinary duties. but also to arouse
school-spirit through special assemblies. rallies. student-faculty games
and dances. The year. we believe, has been a satisfactory one, for
regular study halls have been quiet and orderly. and supervised
disciplinary study halls have been gratifyingly small.
Sealed: P. Duffy, W. White, C. Frost, E. Buell
Slllltllllg P. lVlcKean, j. lVlclVli1lan, IVI. Boyer, Wright, C. Scort, li. Nleader
Second Row: D. Kuhn, bl. lVlcNaughton, C. Maloney
First Row: D, Donald, tl. Mzzy, B. Reynolds, G, Wedthofl
With a shortage of masters and an enlargement in the enrollment.
this year the Student Council at D.U.S, has tried to help as much
as possible by supervising study halls and by giving a helping hand
to students who need advice or direction. The Council is composed
of representatives of each grade in the upper school who are elected
by the students. The officers are: Jim May. president: Bob Reya
nolds, vice-president: Douglas Donald, secretary.
Presented to members
TRUSTEES CUP of the Class of 44
4 awarded for excellence m Country Day School
durmg the past
1943 award LORONF RICKE1. three years
scholarshlp and athletlcs
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awarded for outstandmg school
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1943 award MARGARET MCKEAN
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Holger a peasant boy Jane MCNaughton
Steen hrs younger brother Patrlcla Jerome
Uncle Bertel thexr uncle Hllary Whlttaker
An Old Wom m Peckle MacMahon
Priest Marlan Chapm
Rich Woman Lydxa Kerr
Young Glrl Joan Mulford
Page jo Collms
Another Olcl Woman Ellen Damloff
The Kmg Barbara Mlller
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Absent L Jones S Potter D Osrus D Candler
The Dramatic Club IS composed of glrls from the mnth through the
twelfth grades who under Mlss Fords dlrectxon, combme thelr ln
terests ln llghtmg stage managmg costummg and actmg to make
the varlous plays successful Durmg the year, two mam plays are
glven the Chrlstmas play and the Semor play 1n May In the latter
the male parts are fllled by boys drafted from DUS Why the
Chlmes Rang was chosen for thls years Chrlstmas play the Glee
Club smgmg the carols and provldmg the mus1cal background After
weeks of practlslng, durmg whlch tlme the entlre cast was drlven
crazy by 'Bless thee, chxld the play was very effectxvely produced
the day before the Chrlstmas holldays began The Semor play, whlch
was ln rehearsal when Perzcon went to press IS Between Trams,
and there IS much enthusxasm for an excellent performance
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XX e hue futh th If a bflbhttf world awaits you tomorrow
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Grosse Pomte Country Day School
GROSSE POINTE MICHIGAN
THE NURSERY SCHOOL Boys and gurls accepted from 3 to 5 years of age
THE LOWER SCHOOL Boys and gurls from klndergarten through thlrd grade
THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Glrls from fourth grade through slxth grade
THE UPPER SCHOOL Glrls from seventh through twelfth grade
Detrolt UHIVGISIIY School
COOK ROAD GROSSE POINTE WOODS MICHIGAN
A Country Day School Preparang Boys for College
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Boys fourth grade through evghth grade
HIGH SCHOOL Boys nlnth grade through twelfth grade
THE GROSSE POINTE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL and THE DETROIT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL are ranked
among the fine prnvate schools of Ameruca The physncal facllutnes avallable the emlnence of the faculty
and the careful selectlon of the student body comblne to guve unusual advantages to the boys and gurls
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