University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)
- Class of 1951
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A new school, a dream fulfilled.
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proud to display our beautiful building
to all those who chance to visit it.
From Within these walls, hosts of
graduates have left to become success-
ful leaders in the world. Although they
are scattered far apart, each will harbor
those certain memories from their glori-
ous high school days.
Here are the faculty, seniors, classes,
sports, and activities. They are recorded
for you in this book to remember when
they, too, are but memories.
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predecessors, Mary Lynn Stone and Bob Briscoe.
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moments weill lon remember
At last, the long awaited time has come! In just a few
moments these two Seniors and seventy-one others just like
them will march up the aisle and receive their diplomas.
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KW A school becomes what it is through the
combined efforts of the students and fac-
ulty. The men and women oi our faculty
are a most important factor in molding
the present and future lives of the stu-
dents. Their high standard for scholar-
ship and their interestin the character
of the individual make our teachers
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Firxl Rolf: Miss Martha jane Rixscr, Miss Ruth Alexander and Dr. Otto Hughes.
Scroml Raw: Mr. A. Dale Allen, Mr. Mark Muffin, Dr. Virgil Schoolcr and Mr. Ben Iirvin.
Dr. W. W. Wright, Dean,
ADMINIS T RA T I ON
School of Education
The administrators of our school are
trained in managing the problems of
school life. They must be responsible for
smooth operation of the school program.
Striving to cooperate in every Way with the
students, they build friendly relationship
among faculty and students.
Wendell W. Wright, Dean of the School
of Education, has been Working with the
University School since 1946. He is very
interested in our school and has done much
to improve it.
English, Social Studies Departments
Siuzfeilz Mrs. Dorothy Kollmeier, Miss Josephine Spear, Miss Maysel Baker, Miss Ingrid Strom, Miss
Martha plane Risser, Mrs. Juanita Green.
Slumliug: Mr. Shirley lingle, Mr. Alwyn Cartier, Mr. Calvin Deam, Mr. Eugene Oliver, Mr. Kenneth
B. Thurston, Mr. Ben lfrvin,
Music, Art Departments
Svuliwl: Mr. Henry Busehe, Miss Caroline Furbay.
Sfamliug: Mrs. Stella Dickerman, Miss Ann Haller, Mr. Robert Brennan.
Science, Math Industrial, Commercial Arts
lfirxf Knut Mr. Prevo Wliitaker, Mrs. Rebecca Ibison, Mr. Luft lu Rigbl: Mr, Dean Mnlslmry, Mr. Ifdgnr Stnlll. Mr.
Phillip Peak. Robert Huxol. Miss Charlotte Henderson. not pictured.
Sl'f'1lVI1l Row: Mr. Vl'.iyne Gross, Mr. jack Munscc, Mr. A.
l'rycu Noe, Mr. l7r.ink Smitli, Mr. Robert Vollmnr.
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Health and Language
Luft 10 Rigbl: Miss Marcella Knudsen, Miss Joyce Konzel- Miss Ruth Alexander and Miss Virginia Kruse.
nun, Dr. Ray Borland, Mrs. Lucille Spencer.
Office Staff and Cooks
Mrs. Marilyn Wasnmuth, Mrs. Elisaberh Murnan, Mrs. Lefl lo Right: Mrs. Rhoda limpson, Mrs. Nettie Richard.
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PAUL ADAMS-Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Choral Club
3, 45 Varsity Football 45 junior Class Treasurerg Pro-
jectors Club l, 25 Prom King5 Sophomore Councilg
Varsity Track 3, 4: U-Men's Club 3, 4, President 4.
WILLIAM JAMES ALLMAN-Basketball 1. 2, 5. Vitr-
sity 45 Football 2, 3, Varsity 45 Varsity Golf I, 2, 3,
45 Gymnastics Club l, 25 Choral Club 2, 35 Science
Club 3, 45 U-Mcn's Club 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS JEAN AYRFS-lintcred school sophomore
year from Delphi, Indian.i5 Band 2, 3, 45 Choral Club
45 FHA 2, 3, Treasurer 35 GAA 45 Orchestra 3, 4.
RICHARD MAX BARCIQR-Projectors Club I, 2,
MAX -I, BIZATTY-Varsity Paaslxetball 3, 45 Choral
Club 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics Club I5
Projectors Club 2, 35 Varsity Track l, 45 U-Men's
Club 3, 4.
THOMAS GRICGS PQPRNDT-Clioral Club 45 Cross
Country 45 Games Club 35 "Seventeenth Summer."
WILLIAM F. BOXVEN-Cross Country l5 journalism
Club 25 Latin Club I5 Library Club 25 Senior Service
Club 35 Student Council Z, 3, Outstanding Member 3.
MARJORIF BOYD--GAA 2. 3, 45 Games Club 3, 4:
Guinea Pig Tales Staff 3, 4, Art liditor 45 -lordannusg
Tennis Club 25 Typing Club 2.
BETTY LOU ISROXVN-Choral Club 25 PHA 3, 45
GAA 35 Typing Club 1.
PAUL li. BRUMMICTT-Basketball I. 2. Varsity 3, 45
Choral Club l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Cross Country 35
Varsity Football 45 Student Council 35 U-Men's Club 4.
IRMA L. CHITNWOOD-Blue Tri 35 Choral Club 25
FHA 45 Typing Club l.
RAY BURCH-Wfithdrew -lanuary, 1951.
MARSHA BORTON CLARK-Withdraw January,
JACK F. CONLEY-Entered school sophomore year
from Bedford, Indianag Basketball 2, 35 Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 45 Varsity Track 2, 3, 45 U-Men's Club 3, 4,
BETH COPELAND-Choral Club 25 FTA 3, 4, Vice-
President 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Jordannus.
BOB COX-Basketball I, 25 Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 35
Projectors Club l, 45 Radio Club 15 Track l.
JOHN C. CRAIG-Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Football
2, Varsity 3, 45 Projectors Club I, 3, 45 Sophomore
Council5 Student Council 15 Track 1, Varsity 3, 45
U-Men's Club 3, 4.
MARILYN SUI5 CROUCH-Choral Club 2, 3, 45
Chorus 2, 45 Student Council l.
CHRISTOPHER M. DAVIS-Basketball 2, 35 Choral
Club 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Projectors Club I, 2, 35
PATRICIA DISTELHORST-Chorus 3, 45 GAA I, 2,
3, 4, Ifxee. Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 jordan
,lesters l, 2, 3. 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4,
jordannus5 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 35
Senior Class Vice-Presidentg "Seventeenth Summerg'
Student Council 3, 45 Yell Leader l. 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA A. DOLLFNS-FHA 45 Photography Club
25 Typing Club 3.
GEORGE LICO DOUGLAS-Football 35 Games Club
45 Gymnastics Club Z, 3.
HARVEY DUKIi-Agriculture-Sportsman Club 45
Book Club 25 Typing Club I.
CHARLES ROBERT ELLIS-Cross Country 25 Foot-
ball 3, Varsity 45 journalism Club 2, 35 Quad 2, 3,
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 45
Student Council l, 2, 3, 45 U-Nlen's Club 4.
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NANCY I,IiIi IQLLIS-Illue Tri I, Choral Club Z,
FHA 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Games Club 4, vlournalivn
Club 3, Quad 3, 4, Iixcliange liditor 4.
NI. STUART ISMRY, IR.--Choral Club 2, Ifoolball
2, Varsity 3, 4, Captain 4, hlordannus, Science Club
I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Claxs President, "Seventeenth
Summer," Student Council 4, Varsity Track Z. 3, 4,
U-lVIen's Club 3, 4, Vice-President! 4.
NANCY LOU IVLNIIQR-Choral Club I, 1, 3, Gainex
VIRGINIA Llfli IJARMIQR-Ifntered school iunior
year from St. Mary-of-tlie-Wfoods, Indiana, Chorux
3, 4, IJIIA 3 -I, GAA 4.
CARO . ,IZABIi'I'H Flflf-lllue Tri 1, I7-I'A 3,
' y 3, President 4, GAA I, Z, 3, 4, Latin
Z ROIIISRTA IfI'il.l.-Blue Tri I, Carnival Chr, 3,
Carnival Queen 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, lixee. Council 4,
jordan ilesters I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, ,Iournaliwni
Club 3, Vice-President 3, Quad 3, 4, Quill and Scroll
3, 4, Vice-President -I, Sophomore Council.
PAULA LUCILLIQ I3IlL'I'USvIfntered School sopho-
more year from Tudor Hall, Indianapolis, Chorus 4,
jordan Alesters 2, 3. 4, Tliespian 3, 4: ,lournalism
Club 2, 3, Quad 2. 3, 4, Advertiaing Mgr. 3, Chief
XVILIIELMINA SUIC IIQX-Iland 2, 3, 4, Choral
Club 2, FTA 3, 4, President 3, Secretary 4, GAA
Z, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3. 4.
NAOLA RAIC GOBIQRT-Choral Club Z, 3, FHA 4,
GAA 3, 4, Typing Club I.
KAY WYNN tsouv-uiukl. ' i Choral Club 1,
GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Gaines CIILJ , 4,X Iournalism Club
3, Quad 3, 4.
WILLIAM GRIQICNWOOD-Withdrew, March. 1931.
CAROL ANN HAGAN--Choral Cub 2, Chorus 4,
Fencing Club 2, GAA I, 2, 4, -Iordan -levers 41
Quad Z, 4.
jACK ARTHUR HAMMANN-Basketball 1. Z, 3.
Mgr. 45 Choral Club 3, 45 Cross Country 15 Varsity
Football Z, 3, 45 Games Club 35 Gymnastics Club I5
Photography Club Z5 Quad 3, 45 Sophomore Council5
Varsity Track 3, 45 U-lVlen's Club 3, 4.
-IOHN A. HIQARN-Biology Club 3, 45 jordannus5
Projectors Club I, 25 Science Club l, 2, 3, 45 "Seven-
MARGARIZT HOADLIQY-Blue Tri I5 GAA I. 2-
3, 4, Iixec. Council Z, 3, 45 jordan jesters l, 2. 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, President 4, Thespian 3, 45 jordannus5
Senior Class Secretary5 Sophomore Councilg Student
Council I. 3, 4.
SARAHLU HO'I'TIfL-lintered school senior year
from Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis, IYILIILIIILIQ
Games Club 45 National Ilonor Society 3, 4.
MAURICIAI D. HUGHES-Basltetball Mgr. 35 00t-
ball Mgr. 3, 45 Gymnastics Club I, 2. 3, 45 U-Men's
Club 3, 4.
KATI-II.Iil'iN HUNSAKPR-Clxoral Club 25 FHA
3, 45 GAA 35 Typing Club I.
jOAN jIiNKIN-Blue Tri I5 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Exec.
Council 45 jordan jesters l, 2, 3, 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-'lircasurer 45 jordannus5 journalism Club
3, President 35 Quad 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45
"Seventeenth Summerg" Sophomore Council5 Student
RUTH KIOHNSON-Chorus I, 3, 45 FHA l, 2, 3, 4,
President 3, VicefPresit.lcnt 45 jordannus5 junior Class
Sccrctary5 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student
Council Z, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Policy Council 4.
BRYANT KINGSBURY-Cross Country 3, 45 jor-
dannus5 journalism Club 3, President 35 Quad 3, 45
Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Student
Council 45 Varsity Track 2, 3, 45 U-Men's Club 3,
4, Secretary 4.
AI.I3liRT LYNN KUNZ-Basketball I5 jordan jesters
3. 45 journalism Club Z, 35 Quad 3, 4, Sports liditor
45 "Seventeenth Summer5" Varsity Track 3.
PATRICIA LOUISE LANAM-Choral Club l, Z,
3. 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 GAA I.
PIQGGY LICGIHR-Entered school sophomore year
from Carmi High School, Carmi, Illinois5 GAA 2,
3, 45 Games Club 3, 45 jordannus5 journalism Club
35 Latin Club 2, President 25 Quad 3, 45 Sophomore
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WILLIAM LUNA-Entered school senior year from
Colegio Central America, Granada, Nicaragua.
WILLIAM O. IVIENGO-Enteretl school sophomore
year from Broad Ripple Iligh School, Intlianapolis,
Indiana, Basketball 3. Varsity 4, Varsity Football 3,
4, Gymnastics Club 2, Projectors Club 3, 4, Varsity
Track 3, 4, U-lVIen's Club 3, 4.
PEGGY Al. PENNINGION-Entered school senior
year from Nvartl-Iielmont, Nashville, Tennessee, hlour-
nalism Club 4, Vice-President 4, Quail 4.
ANNE M. PETERSEN-Class of 'il
ANURIQVV L. PIERSON-Carnival King 3, Basket-
ball Nlgr. 2, Varsity Football 4, .Iordan -Iesters 2,
3, 4, ilordannus, junior Class President, Projectors
Club I, 2, Science Club I, Sophomore Council, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Policy Council 4, U-
Men's Club 4.
HARVEY S. POLING-Golf 3, 4, Alortlan .lesters
2, 3, 4, ilihespian 3, 4, Proiectors Club I, 2.
BARBARA POOLITSAN-Blue Tri I, Chorus 3, 4,
GAA I, 2, -Iordannus, junior Class Vice-President,
Sophomore Council, Student Council I.
RUSALIA E. KEY-I.3illtt.l 2, 3, 4, Blue 'Iiri I, GAA
I, 2, 3, 4, Gainesvqhlb-'33, 4, ,lournalisin Club 3,
Latin Club 2, QIYHJ 3, 4, Orchestra Z, 3, Student
Council I, Qz!
-IEAN LOUISE ROGERS-Pmlue Tri I, Chorus l,
GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Council 2, .3, 4, jordan .Iesters
I, 2, 3, 4, Thcspian 1, 4, jordannus Editor, journal-
ism Club 2, Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3,
4, Quad Z, 3, 4, Business Mgr. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll
3. 4, Secretary 4, "Seventeenth Summer," Sophomore
Council, Typing Club 4, V.1ledictori.ln,
ROSELENE P. SARBICR-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Secretary
4, I'I'IA 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4, GAA I, 4.
ISETTY -IO SCROGGINS-Choral Club 2, IJIIA 3,
4, Typing Clulu I.
BARBARA -I. SHRADER-Entered sehool senior
year from Starltville Iligh School, Starltville, Miss-
issippi, GAA 4: Grimes Cluh 4.
SHIRLEY ANN SIETSMA-Choral Club 1, 23 Chor-
us l, 2, 3, 43 GAA l, 2, 3, 43 jordan jesters 3, 4.
VIRGINIA CAROL SIMPSON-Band l: Blue Tri
l3 FHA 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Guinea Pig Tales, lid-
itor 43 jordannusg journalism Club 23 Orchestra 13
Quad 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 43 Sen-
ior Class TYCSSUYCFQ "Seventeenth Summer."
jOAN SMITH-Blue Tri l. 2, Treasurer 23 Chorus
2. 43 FHA 3, 4, Parliamentarian 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 43 Student Council 23 Yell Leader 3, 4.
ANN KAY SPANGLER-Band I, 2, 3, 4: FHA 33
FTA 43 GAA Z, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Orchestra l, 2,
3, 43 Sophomore Couneilg Typing Club 1.
LIQW D. SPANGLFR-Agriculture-Sportsman Club
3, 4, President 3, 43 Gymnastics Club 13 Projectors
MARY BETH STAPLFTON-Choral Club 2, 3, 4.
President 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 GAA
l, 2, 3, 4, Fxec. Council 2, 33 junior Prom Queen3
"Seventeenth SUl'l'Il'HCl'Qn Student Council 1, 2, 3,
Outstanding Member 23 Yell Leader I, 2, 3, 4.
NANCY TALBOT-Blue Tri I3 Choral Club 33
GAA l, 2, 3, 43 Games Club 33 Guinea Pig Tales 3,
43 jordan jestert 43 journalism Club 23 Quad 2, 3, 4,
Feature Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Editor 43 Quill
and Scroll 3, 43 "Seventeenth Summer."
RODERICK H. TURNER-Entered school sopho-
more year from Takoma Park High School, Wash-
ington, D. C.3 Varsity Football 43 Golf 3, 43 jordan-
nus3 journalism Club 23 Quad 33 Science Club 2, 3,
43 "Seventeenth Summer3" Student Council 4.
CARL A. WALLACE-Entered school junior year
from Madison, Indiana3 Cross Country 43 journal-
ism Club 33 Science Club 4.
SUSAN jANE WALLACF-Blue Tri 13 Choral Club
33 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Fxec. Council 43 Games Club
3, 43 Guinea Pig Tales 3, 4, Fditor 43 journalism
Club 23 Quad 2, 3, 4, Chief Copyreader 3, Manag-
ing Ifditor 4, Iiditor 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas-
MARCIA jANE WELLS-Blue Tri 13 Choral Club
Z, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 33 GAA l, 2, 3, 43
"Seventeenth SUIXIITIEYQU Student Council 2, 4.
DAVID A. WINDSOR-Argiculture-Sportsman Club
I3 Gymnastic Club 23 Proiectors Club 2, 33 Sopho-
ANNF DARYL MARSHALL-Entered
school senior year from W. H. Lynch
Senior High School, Amsterdam, New
Yorlt3 GAA 43 jordan jesters 43 Nation-
al Honor Society 4, Treasurer 4.
Nol Pii'11H'r'J: William Frederick Wenz-
laff-Fntered school second semester from
Bloom Twp. High School, Chicago, Illi-
nois. Mrs. Phyllis Becker-Entered school
Seulril: jean Rogers, Carol
Simpson, joan ilenkin, Stuart
Sfamlingz Rod Turner, Bert
Kunz, Pat Distelhorst, Mary
, Stapleton, john Hearn, Marcia
Wells, Kit Davis, Nancy Tal-
bot, Tom Berndl.
M eventeenth ummerw
The presentation of the senior play was an
important event of our last year of high school.
With the combined efforts of everyone in the
class the play was a complete success.
This play was centered around Angie Mor-
row. In her "Seventeenth Summer" Angie had
her first date sailboating with jack Duluth,
the bakery delivery boy. Most of their dates
were routine onesg but through the medium of
the everyday and the ordinary, their affection
for each other grew. They met interference
cllil' fill' llll' IHUIICY, IVVO fill" YITC Sl10VN', fl1I'CC to gEt
from Jane, an old girlfriend of Jack's, and a
Also involved in the plot were the antics of
Angie's ten year old sister, Kitty, and the trials
and tribulations of her two older sisters, Mar-
garet and Lorraine.
After many laughs, tears, and misunder-
standings, Angie left for college. Boarding the
train, she realized that nothing would ever be
as wonderful as that "Seventeenth Summer."
Angie .... ,- , ..,,,. . ..,,,l Joan Jenkin
Margaret ...... Nancy Talbot
Lorraine ,.r. .. Mary Beth Stapleton
Kitty .rrr .,.rr
Jack .... i .
jane , ,..r ,,
. Tom Berndt
rr v.r,r Bert Kunz
U CHOO A D M MORIES
With the flashing of senior cords and heads
tilted a degree higher than ever before, we step-
ped into our new roles of "sophisticated sen-
iors." We made elaborate plans for the year and
then watched them unfold.
Our class officers assumed their duties. Danc-
es were planned after each home football and
basketball game. Positions were assigned for the
yearbook staff and work on the Jordannus be-
gan in earnest. To promote the sale of our year
book we planned the Jordannus Skits for a con-
"Seventeenth Summerf, our senior play, was
presented in December. As the final curtain
closed, we knew that there was a lot of hitherto
undiscovered talent in our class.
Blue and white robes were chosen for our
graduation. During the second semester we or-
dered graduation announcements, name cards,
and robes in preparation for the long awaited
day of commencement.
As we realized that the last days of our high
school career were coming to a close, we began
When we entered high school as freshmen,
our first job was to choose from the wide va-
riety of courses which would best suit our needs.
Miss Virginia Kruse, Mr. Frank Smith, and Mr.
A. Pryce Noe were chosen as our class sponsors
and they ably guided us throughout our high
The "Freshman Frolic" was the first dance
that we sponsored during the beginning of our
high school venture. A picnic at Spring Mill
State Park began a tradition which was follow-
ed up to our senior year. By the end of the
year, we found ourselves well acquainted and
looking forward to more fun and good times
When we were sophomores, the foundation
for our class organization was laid by the Sopho-
more Council. This council consisted of ten
members who planned our major activities,
which were a dance a semester and a class picnic.
At the beginning of the junior year, our first
official class officers were elected and activities
began. A picnic, Junior Joe Day, and several
dances were held. For Christmas presents we
received our class rings. Perhaps the highlight
of the year was the Junior Penny Carnival,
based on the theme of "The Circusf, Among
many outstanding features of our carnival was
a stage show musical review and the royal cor-
onation of the King and Queen.
When the spring of our senior year came, we
appeared dressed in outlandish costumes for
Tramp Day. Then the juniors gave us the tradi-
tional banquet and Junior-Senior Prom of 1951.
Our baccalaureate was a combined program
with Bloomington High School.
And then May 25 came with a mixture of
gay and pathos memories. We marched down
the aisle as a class for the last time. Some will
continue in academic pursuits and others in
There is so much ahead that the feeling is
overpowering. May we be worthy of the les-
sons learned at our alma mater.
Our class sponsors during the four high
school years were Mr. Frank Smith, Miss
Virginia Kruse, and Mr. A. Pryce Noe.
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I Universl'Qf School
Classes play an important part in training
U-School youth for their future lives as
citizens. In these informal sessions, the stu-
dents gain not only a knowledge of text-
book material, but also invaluable infor-
mation in discussing every day occur-
rences. Through learning acquired in
these classes, a student is prepared for
a more secure place in the World.
Class of 9
in Mary linuvier
iz N K l Belly Bower
"' yi 1 I ., 5 gf' F if Ted Cfidacu
1, ,-1h . K Diane Cason
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iw 2' I Greg Deveiian
, . Q K Bob Donelson
ft 1 " GI 1: 1 "' SL , Don Donham
KN ky Margaret lidinimdsnn
A X5 K Kathleen Fagan
1 f. 7 1 Dick Fender
Alice Ann Hart
Leading the junior Class through a successful
year were their sponsors, Mr. Calvin Deam, Mrs.
Doris Stewart, and Mr. Alwyn Carder. They
organized and directed the junior Carnival fol-
lowed later in the year by the junior-Senior
Banquet and Prom.
Class of 35
Mary Lou Craig
Vonna jo Pritchard
Preparing for a busy year ahead, the Juniors
organized early in the fall term. In their first
meeting they elected Bill Andrews as President,
and Alice Ann Hart as Vice-President. Their
Secretary is Nancy Winter and the Treasurer is
K Qi ! . S ,V A , lr' x Arvon Allen
fl! N 1 F5 K Francey Allen
fi Fred Andrews
t 4.L' ing john Andrews
if A x Paul Bonney
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H Leah Butcher
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, -V Paul Kinser
, K- In K i Bill Knapp
lie' . , Fritz Krueger
: Luella McCammon
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3. , i Q Dick Binford
ii Wi X Martha Brown
B Y Mildred Cain
i i '.-' john Campbell
is I Janice Casner
K A Carol Cason
6,2 Sammy Chandler
i W Hazel Corman
V Bob Dickerman
Q Larry Dollens
rj Carolyn Donclson
W. R. Dunn
Frank on son
H -f A 3 A Susie Fender
' H Marvin Fielder
4- a AQ Judy Figg
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A Martha Fultz
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liollrffl Rule: Robert Wylie, Tommy
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Firif Rout .Iune Seagers, jerry XWarning,
Cameron W'ilson, Douglas Wilsoli, Patty
Brogneaux, Susan Weiser, Marilyn Sarher.
Serum! Row: Alice Turner, A ud ree
Hedges, Ann Crowell, Sandra Nelson, janet
McDaniel, Donna Bush, jerry lftnier, Mike
Myers, john Mahan.
Third Rl1ll'Z Miss Duffy, .lan Van Wag-
tendonk, Pat Murphy, Tommy Thompson,
Steve W'arner, Phil Karsell, Suzanne Doty,
kludy Anderson, Susan Spriggs, Madie lior-
Firxl Rout Steve Fergusen, Paul Frenz,
Tommy Black, Larry Fuller, David Smith,
Paul Irwin, Teddy Legge, Ronnie Mills.
Serrmil Row: Carolyn Dale, Barbara
Mooney, Sigrid Frenz, Evelyn Meyer, Judy
Attesun, Barbara Lyons, jackie Harrell,
Karen Beard, Janice Witriaer, Brent Lowell,
Bill Brummett, Joyce Green, john Woodexi.
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Sernllil RIIIUZ David Campaigne, jane Rhodes, Sara
lfllis, Ann Christenson, llolly Crowell, l..irry Reine
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Tlriril Rolf: Mary Ann Diekerman, Sherry Myers,
Wfilliam Snyder, lfranla lloraek. Timothy liagan,
Donald Cameron, Philip Cialyon.
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Douglas llorlon, Sally lfemal, llalel Coffey, Sandra
liayliff, ilihomas lludwon, jemison lfauwt.
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Ralph Seifert, W'illiam Diekerman. Marilynn Brown.
Tlliluf Rolf: W'illiam W'ylie, Nancy Irwin, Vfilliam
Hoge, Kathy Snyder, Richard Skirvin, Stephen Young,
Sylvia Doty, john lfosler, l.owell Carmony.
lirmrllr Ron: Bryan Quarles, Peter Schmidt, Mary
Slcornia. Richard Hendricks, llarriet Hedges, Sue
Allen, Brenda llrummetl, Mareia Mee, Robert NX'att-
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Ann VanMeler, jimmie Leonard, jay Bradbury, David
Sermnl ROIl'I joanne Darby, Mary Anne Coller,
Mary Meyer, Charles Gray, Mary jo Fagan, Ronald
Tlziril Row: Howard Vfileox, james Herbin, Peter
Wfattson, W'illian1 Harrington, jamie l,ee lidmonds,
Vicki lfaust, Katherine Schmidt, liarhara Rarsell,
Audrey Ushenko, Craig Moody.
I'vUlH'fll Rout Richard Allen, joe Strain, lileanor
Fell, Teena Freeman, jon listes, Aliee Daghlian, jean
Martin, l,anda Dale, Richard Seritehfield. Martha
Ifiril Row: john lfllis, lfileen Willeford,
Billy Bynum, Ronnie Rutl, Helen Neu-
mann, joel Hale.
Sem1nlRou': Danny Fuller, joyce Bippus,
Stevie Frye, Mike Owen, Wayne Mooney.
Tbiril Rout Duncan Rae, Linda Mc-
Clintock, jane Anne Hoge, Marilyn Hud-
son, Martha Miller, jimmy Barker, Mark
Sehoenfeld, Irene Cuffey. David Lee Schick.
Ifirxf Row: Daun Krack, Patty Talbot,
john Linnemeier, Karen Mann, Donna
Hayes, jack Brummett.
Si'r'r1nif Row: Sue Ann Merchant, Carol
Ann Sukman, Tim Snyder, jim Bob Laugh-
Tbiril Row: john Pershing, Miss Nancy
Nunnally, Carol Ann Martin, Pamela
Phillips, Bobby Richey, Billy Rash, john
Burton, Donna Horton, Steven Sherer,
Firxf Rout Stevie Bridgewater, Rickie
Richmond, Lee Skornia, Mary Ellis, Faris
Vahdat, Rena Bidney, Douglas Canright,
judson Mead, Edward Hoppe, Caroline Van
Srroml Rauf: Karen Kottlowski, Mary
Thacker, jan Thurston, Sarah jane Hope,
Steven Bodemer, Susan Black, Bobby Voll-
mar, Reed Martin, john Gaiser, Susan
Meiser, Skippy Cromwell, Scott Deliruif.
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19 0 Record
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Firxf Rout George Spangler, jerry Isom, Don Gunnerson, jerry Van Dyke, Walter South, Bob Stone, Deane Kingsbury, W. R. Dunn,
Larry lsom, Tommy McCammon, Robert Baker.
Siwfllll Rout Frank Pruett, David Sonneborn, Charles Gaston, Jay Ellis, john Krentler, Don Brown, Fred Andrews, Don Donhan,
john Smith, Dave Hankins, jack Stangle, jim Stigall, Dick Anderson, Dick Binford.
Tbiril Row: Larry Dollens, Rolf Turley, Dave McCracken, Greg Devejian, Arvin Allen, Ralph Nelson, Phil Hodge, Coach Walter
Gray, Eddie Hudelson, Fritz Krueger, Larry Ruddick, Kenny Robinson, Bill Seagers, Bill jones, "Meatball" Hughes, student manager.
Although weakened by heavy graduation
losses and handicapped by a lack of size and
experience, University Schoolis grid squad com-
piled a 4-S record this year, its fourth season
of interscholastic competition. The record is
deceiving in that it was recorded against schools
with larger enrollments than U. H. S.
Coach Walter Gray found himself with only
a handful of lcttermen when the season's drills
began in mid-August. He also found what
easily could be called the smallest team in the
history of the grid sport here. As things turned
out, the Univee footballers were outweighed by
their opponents in eight of nine starts.
Dugger's strong offense and the bulky line
threw the Univee footballers off balance in the
season opener, the Graymen losing, 31-6. The
Univees took an abbreviated 6-0 lead on the
first play when Bill Mengo scooped up a fumble
and ran into the end zone. University atoned
for its opening loss by clipping Greencastle, 26-
12, led by the running of junior fullback, Bill
Again upon the weight disadvantage, the
Univees dropped their next game to Linton,
43-6. The U. H. S. gridders upset highly-re-
garded Mitchell, 6-2, in their next outing. Men-
go converting from tackle to fullback, dashed
off tackle for the only touchdown of the con-
test. The Univees scored the first two times
they got the ball at Bedford, holding a 12-0
lead at the end of three minutes. The Stone-
cutters, however, rallied in the second half to
Although outweighed considerably, the Gray-
men downed jasonville, 17-6, on Dad's Night.
It was University's second Win in as many years
at the expense of Jasonville. The Univees faced
Martinsville next and were upset, 21-12. An
Artesian score on the first play and another on
a "sleeper" a few moments later were the decid-
ing margin. North Vernon, one of the tough-
est teams in Southern Indiana handed Univer-
sity a 39-6 loss.
Even rain and mud could not check the
Univees in the season finale. They tripped up
Mooresville, 28-6, in surprisingly easy fashion.
Andrews, star of the first game, also was out-
standing in the last. He accounted for two
scores by fielding fumbles and galloping over
the goal line.
Senior tackle, Stuart Emry, a tremendous de-
fensive performer and a bruising blocker, was
elected captain of the team by his teammates.
Krlrwlfvlg: Bill Allman, Dave Griffitlm, Dick lfender, Bill Andrews, Tim W'ininger, Max Beatty, Bud W'ylie.
Sliluillrllez C,o.1cl1 Cilen llonseu, lfddy vyyllklill, 'lied Ciadieu. I'.111l l5r11n1n1etl, Paul Adams, john Craig, Bill Mengo, 'lied Moornnn
'lack llammann, m.1n.1ger.
Coach Glen Bonsett's cagers challied up the
most impressive record here since tl1e 1946 sea-
son this year, winning seven of sixteen games in
an extremely tough scl1edule. Illness and fn-
jury cost the Univees the services of a few key
players earlier in the year, accounting for the
team's slow start. But later in the campaign,
with the full team intact, tl1e Univees showed
signs of greatness upon occasion.
Bonselt could call upo11 only four letterme11
at the outset of the season, but inherited an
outstanding group of performers from last
yearis fine reserve team. After the first six
games, tl1e team molded into a highly efficient
unit. The hoopsters started off on the right
foot, drubbing Wforthington, 68-31. But de-
fending Regional champion Ellettsville and per-
ennially strong Terre Haute State handed the
Univees defeats in their next starts. University
slipped past Spencer, but bowed to Vfaldron
and Bloomfield before getting its next victory,
a close 45-42 decision over Shawswicli. City
rival Bloomington beat the Univees but they
bounced back in impressive style, winning their
next three games.
x 1 , guard .lohn Craig, for11'.1rd Bill Andrews, forward Paul Adams, center Dieli Iiender, bu rt
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Kll4't'lf7IKQZ Don Brown, Ted Nloornmn, Dave Sonneluorn, Dan llniley, Dave Robinson,
R Ilolin Smitli, lon liicliert, Ronald Mills.
SHHIAHIIQQC Walter Gray, coach, Tim W'ininger, Arvon Allen, Dave McCracken, Geurge
Mefllnin, lltltlie llutlelson, lldcly W'ilson, Dave Griffith, Phil Spangler, IIILIIILIQLLT,
.7 Iflrif Rolf: -lerry lvom, liobldy Stone, .lay Iilliw, mnn.igerg NY. R. Dunn, Deane
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. Swami Rolf: 'llmmmy MeCt1n1n1on, Clmrles Gaston, Frank lfdmonson. Larry lsmn, Bob
linker, llnroltl Moore, -lim Srignll. X
'l'lm-il Knut Mr. Combs, student teacher: l,.1rry llnllenw, klnlin Pnling, klnlin Krentler,
l'l1il Rieliartlstm, Dick liinford, Kenny Robinxtm. Don Goodwin, Glen linmett, etmelm.
Slumlingz Tom Berndt, Russell Noyes, Frank Fdm
Dnt Robinson, Carl Wallace, Kit Davis, Ted Cadieu, Don
iooilwin, Bob lidwards, Bryant Kingsbury, Dan Bailey, Ted
norman, Tim XY'ininger.
IVVIIIIAQZ Cmucli Glen Bonxelt.
S illml: Coach Wkiller Gray, john Taylor, Dick Anderson,
But Greenwood, ,lack Stanele, Bill Brahender. .1ss't coach.
LIIIAIIIIIQZ Bill Seagers, Ralph Nelson, Stuart lfmr
Kim-ling: -lay Fllis, Larry Isom, Coach Glen Bonsett.
Slumling: Bill Allman, Dick Fender, Ted Cadieu, Dave Mc-
Critken, Charles "Bud" Wylie, jack Hammann, Greg Deve-
ii Rod Turner.
I age flfty-two
The University Hill and Dale men
completed their cross country season
by defeating I5 of 26 opponents. In
the Terre Haute Sectional they plac-
ed 6th out of a field of 15 teams.
Tim Wininger, junior, finished
2nd in the Sectional, and 21st in the
state finals at Indianapolis. The Uni-
vees were hampered during the sea-
son by the loss of Bill Robinson, jun-
ior, due to an injury.
University School fielded its first
wrestling team this year. The team
was coached by Mr. Walter Gray and
Bill Brabender, an ex-I. U. grappler.
After only one practice meet, six
boys were entered in the Sectional
Tourney. They were Bill Seagers,
Stuart Emry, Tom McCammon, Bud
Greenwood, Ralph Nelson, and Bill
Jones. McCammon placed fourth in
the 121-pound class.
The golf team, made up of twelve
senior high boys, had a successful
year participating in seven meets. All
home games were played on the green
of the Cascades Park golf course. Bill
Allman and Dick Fender were the
only returning lettermen, but re-
serve letter winning Ted Cadieu dis-
played good form. Glen Bonsett took
over the coaching reins of the squad
Thirty-three men responded to Coach Walter
Gray's first call for track men this year. Des-
pite the loss of several lettermen through grad-
uation last May, there was a lot of strong mate-
rial for che squad.
With distance men Bill Robinson, Jack Con-
ley, and Tim Wininger forming a strong nuc-
leus for the squad, the thinlies entered the Howe
Relays at the I. U. Fieldhouse on March 24. On
April S, the team faced Ellettsville in a dual
meet. Columbus, Bedford, and Ellettsville pro-
vided competition in a four Way meet on April
13. The following Week, the Univees faced
Martinsville in another dual meet.
The Graymen went trophy hunting at the
Linton Relays on April 24. Still hungry for
trophies, they Went to the Delphi Relays on
April 28, and the Washington Relays on May 2.
This completed the regular season and left
the thinlies in top shape for che Sectional held
at the I. U. Stadium on May 11.
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Lrfl lu Rigbl: Bill Robinson, john Craig
-lack Conley, Tim Wininger, Paul Adams.
Krivrlillgz jack Conley, Ted Moorman, Dave Griffith, Dick Fender.
Slumliugz Bill Robinson, john Craig, Stuart Fmry, Tim XVininger, Bill Mengo, Paul Adams, coach
Sullnl: Dr. Virgil lf. Schooler.
Slizmlillgz Coach W'alter XV. Gray, Coach Glen lionsell.
oaches and Managers
KIIUVIIIIQQZ Phil Spangler, .lack llammann
Sfurlillng: jay lillis, Maurice Hughes.
The coaches at U. H. S. are well-qualified
for turning out successful teams. Besides the
more obvious job of guiding a team to victory,
they have much to do with the development of
character and sportsmanship at our school.
These men behind the teams have brought cred-
it and honor to U-School throughout the year.
Virgil "Pop" Schooler is the director of the
athletic department. Coaching football, track,
wrestling, and reserve basketball is Wfalter Gray.
Glen Bonsett handles cross country, golf, var-
sity, and junior high basketball.
The unsung heroes of athletic organizations
are the managers. They are the behind-the-
scene Workers, who make sure every boy has a
uniform and equipment at each game.
Besides going to every game, the manager
must attend each practice ,and see that the
equipment is in shape. This makes it necessary
for him to be the first to arrive and the last to
Their job is one of great responsibility and
should not be scorned. The boys this year have
done their tasks efficiently and well.
Junior fb' h Basketball
Sudini: joe Lake, Buddy Bruce, David Bucher, Don Starbuck, Mike Ross, Bill Marshall, Jim Smith, jay Ellis, manager.
Stumling: Mr. Hammel, jamie Hope, KI. A. Franklin, Don Collar, Byron Hadley, .lack DcXVitt, Bill Bayliff, Dick Huclelson,
Glen Bonsett, coach.
Ph sical Education
Slumfiug: Bud Wylie, George Douglas, Bill Allman, Greg Devejian, Bill Mengo.
Ou fbi' bar: Alolin Craig.
lfirlf Row: Mary Stapleton, Shirley Sietsina, Donna Pless, Carol Simpson, Peggy Legicr, Phyllis Ayres, Carol Hagan, Frances
Cassidy, Susie Fender, Esther Tiemann, Iisthcr Irwin, Teena Patton, Mrs. Doris Stewart, sponsor.
Si-mm! Roux jean Rogers, Pat Distelhorst, Margaret Hoadley, Shirley jo Woolery, Nancy johnson, joan jenkin, Virginia
Trumpy, Diane Abram, Carolyn Donelson, Patsy Hubbard, Nancy Reeves, jan Casner, Patty Terrell, Barbara Hopf, Martha
Brown, Nancy Talbot, judy Krentler,
Tlrlril Rum: Nancy Winter, Ann Spangler, Alice Hart, Anne Marshall, Naola Gobert, Buddic Rey, Pat Hookey, Carol Cason
janet Martin, jane Trumpy, Roselenc Sarber, Betty Brown, Harlcne Hilliker, Roberta Fox, Virginia Farmer, Pat Poling.
lforzrllx Row: Barbara Bergevin, Kathleen Fagan, Mary Lou Craig, Mary Bouvier, Frances Taylor, Susie Wallace, Diane Cason
Margy Boyd, Phyllis Rich. judy Figg, Barbara Crouch, Anita Stapleton, Suzanne Keck, Carol Sarber, jeanine Stapley.
Iiiflb Rauf: Beth Copeland, Kay Goby, Carolyn Fee, Priscilla Mitchell, Nancy Hilliker, Barbara Shrader, Nancy Holland.
Marcia Wells, Donna Baird, Francey Allen, jane Hicks, judy Ross, Ellen Douglas, Roberta Fell, joan Smith.
Girls 9 Athletic ASSOCIU tion
G. A. A. is an organization for girls who are
interested in athletics. It was organized in U-
School in 1943 and since then has grown con-
Offlcers siderably in size. At the present time there
sifting: Priscilla Mitchell, we.-mas., Mrs. are about seventy-five girls on the roll.
Dom Stewart' Sponsor' A variety of sports are offered throughout
S I u ll il i I1 gz judy Krentler, vice-pres., joan
Smith- Pm- the school year, including softball, speedball
field hockey, volleyball, bowling, basketball,
horseback riding, deck tennis, track, archery,
The point system is so set up that each mem-
ber receives points for regular attendance and
participation in the various activities. Awards
are given to the members according to the num-
ber of points they have earned. The number of
points required for the numerals is 150, 300
for the chenille "U", and S00 for the gold key.
An executive council, composed of the heads
of the different sports, plans all parties and
manages the sport activities of the club.
Mrs. Doris Stewart is the sponsor and adviser
of the club.
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Through the various activities offered at
U-School, opportunities to pursue individ-
ual interests and talents are present. In the
numerous clubs, students may gain the
ability to lead as Well as follow. These
clubs yield many interesting experi-
ences Which will be of Valuable use in
Silfiug: Ruth johnson, Dr. Otto Hughes, Zeke Pierson, judy
Figg, Mr. A. Dale Allen, Phyllis Rich.
The Policy Council with Dr.
Otto Hughes as chairman is
composed of five other faculty
members and six students re-
presenting thc Student Council.
The Council meets every month
to promote complete eo-oper-
ation of faculty and student
body by exchanging ideas that
come from the students through
their governing body, the Stu-
Slumling: Byron Hadley, Miss Ruth Alexander, A. Pryce
Noe, Miss Martha jane Kisser, Bill Andrews.
The Student Council is our student govern-
ing body with all pupils represented.
The Student Council sponsored the annual
Christmas Party which was a big success.
the chairman, was helped by Dr. Paul Seagers
of Indiana University in planning the work.
The actual painting was done by the students
themselves, some of whom were not members
This is the fifth year they have supported of the Council'
UTYUUSH Sillekcns, h21ViUg 1ld0PfGd her in 1946- Zeke Pierson served as President with Ruth
johnson, Vice President, Phyllis Rich, Secre-
tary, and Bill Andrews, Treasurer.
This year's big project was the redecorating
of the council's recreation room. Marcia Wells,
Ifiril Row: Ruth johnson, joe
Lake, joe Rippetoe, Bill Smith,
jackie Barnes, Martha Hoadley,
Debbie Walden, Sue Ann Hayes,
Sandra Zike, Phyllis Rich.
Svmzlil Row: Zeke Pierson, Mar-
garet lloadley, Patty Distelhorst,
Nancy Winter, Byron Hadley,
Bryant Kingsbury, Mary Poolitsan,
judy Iiigg, Carol Cason, Bill An-
Tliiril Rauf: Bill Bowen, Charlie
lillis, judy Krentler, David Collar,
jane Hicks, Donna Baird, Anita
Stapleton, Suzanne Keck.
lfuurflr Row: john Poling, Bill
Knapp, Bud Wylie, George McClain,
Stuart limry, Bill Franzmann,
Arvon Allyn, Marcia Wells, Rod
Turner, llave Sonneborn.
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Furl R011 Susie Wallace Carol Simpson Nancy Talbot Roberta Ftll Carol I'IlQ,lH Ray Cobv Pegg
Legier, Nancy Ellis, jean Rogers
is SITUIIKI Row: Bryant Kingsbury, jack Hammann, Nancy Wiliter, Paula Feltus, Ralph Pogue, -Ioan
jenkin, Bob Edwards, Buddie Rey, Bert Kunz.
The Quad, U-School's newspaper, is publish-
ed for the purpose of informing the student
body of timely school news and events. A staff
of 25 members, under the editorship of Nancy
Talbot and Susie Wallace, carried out many ac-
tivities along with editing the Quad. A conces-
sions stand, convo, rummage sale, and dance
were some of the varied tasks undertaken.
Mr. Ben Ervin served his first year as sponsor
of the publication. -
Quill and croll
Quill and Scroll is a national honorary journ-
alism society. Members are elected in their jun-
ior and senior year. In order to qualify for mem-
bership to this club, the students must be in the
upper third of their class and must have writ-
ten 150 inches of published material.
The main project sponsored by this society is
the semester publication of "The Guinea Pig
Tales,', a magazine.
Mr. Ben Ervin is the sponsor.
Iiiril Row: R ob c r L a li el l,
Carol Simpson, Susie Whxllaee,
S1'f'oml Row: Margie Boy d,
Paula Fcltus, Buddie Rey, ,Ioan
-Ienkin, Nancy Talbot, Nancy
-7 Jordan Jesters
President 7 7 Margaret Hoadley
Vice President 7 Roberta Fell
Secretary Barbara Bergevin
Treasurer 7 7 7 Esther Tiemann
Business Manager 7 Bill Franzmann
lmfl In Riglvlz lfsther Tiemann, Treasurer, Bill Franlinann, Business
M. urmq 1 gerg Margaret H rsin dley, P!'C'ildCl1l1 Roberta liell, Vice-President:
Nol pictured: Barbara Bergeiin, Secretary.
jordan jesters is organized to provide experi- ers, regular members, and Thespians. Mrs. Dor-
ence and encouragement to those interested in othy Kollmeier is the club's new sponsor this
the field of clramaties. Tryouts in the fall admit year. In January, jordan Jesters presented sev-
ncw "heelers" or pledges. This brought the eral short skits for Convocation. Drama Night
total membership to nearly sixty students. The was presented in March. and a three-act play
club is divided into three classifications: heel- was given in late April.
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lfirxl Role: Shirley Sietsma, Phyllis Rich, Alun: Robertson, Nancy johnson, Jeannine Stapley, Sandra Zilte, Barbara Hopf, Susie
lfisher, -loan Ilenkin, 'Iudy Figg, .laniee Casner, Mary Poolitsan, Paula Feltus.
S1-4-will Row: listher Irwin, Veralyn Turner, Suvanne Keck, .lane Hicks, Sandra Tregilgus, Barbara Bergevin, Anne Marshall.
lixther Tiemann, Party Disielhorst, Nancy Holland, Margaret Hoadley, jean Rogers, Shirley Xwoolery, Roberta Fell, Nancy
Talbot, Carol Hagan, Mrs. Dorothy Kollmeier, Nancy Wiiiter.
'l'lul'il Rule: Don llonham, Bob Donelson. joe Kent, Ralph Poguc, Bert Kunl, George McClain, Harvey Poling, Bill liranvmann,
Zeke Pierson, Bob lfdwards, Dick Anderson.
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Actors and actresses who have attained cer-
tain goals in the field of dramatics are the mem-
bers of this national honor society, the Thes-
pians. Thespians organized this year for the
first time at U-School. They selected all plays
that were given by the jordan Jesters. The
officers who served were:
President 7 Bob Donelson
Vice President Pat Distelhorst
Secretary-Treasurer Joan Jenkin
Firxl Row: Patty Disrelhorsr, Nancy johnson,
Mrs. Dorothy Kollmeier, joan jenkin, jean Rogcrs.
Svrflllil Row: Bob Donelson, Bill Franzmann
Shirley Woolery, George McClain, jerry Hughes
Paula Feltus, Ralph Pogue.
Bob Edwards, jane Hicks, Phyllis Rich, Mary Poolitsan, and
Dick Anderson rehearse their Drama Night production of "The
Importance of Being Ernest."
Thespians Bob Donelson, Paula Feltus, and
Nancy johnson rehearse for "High Window,"
the second Drama Night presentation.
Nlaiorelles Susie l'emler, llstlier 'l4ieni.inn. .lune
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lrfril Run: Phyllis Ayres, David llutlier. Kenneth llateliellor,
lludtlie Rev, ,Iudv Krentler, Sue lfox, Clark liaseliube.
Srmnil Run: -lolm Clayton, Anne Marie Van Wfagtemlonk,
lieluhera Stoner. Mary Meade Welker. Nwilliain Marshall, David
Ray, Hill Ream, Robert South. Gene Reese, Dave Robinson, Don
Donliani, Sonny South, Dick lludelson, llarhara Alm.
Tfilril Kult: Diels lllllfflfll, rl. A. Franklin, Diels llinford, Ann
Spangler, George Applevard.
Sfilllillllgi Amy Salshury, llaroltl Moore, llliillip Doty, Arthur
l'ell, Phyllis Cialyan, Dieli lfensler. liill Andrews, Dick Andrews,
Mr. liolwert llrennan
The U-School Band, forty-five members
strong, have made themselves an integral part
of the sports season this year, particularly with
"Bandjive." "Swingin' out" for all the pep
sessions and games, the band has left a vivid im-
pression with its rendition of the light and fan-
But also concerned with the serious side,
UHS's musicians have given two public con-
certs, marched for the annual Halloween pa-
rade, presented a ehildren's eoneert, and per-
formed for the PTA and other sehoolgrelated
This year three maiorettes paced the hand in
their march formations.
Undaunted by the loss of many key players
due to graduation, the UHS orchestra made
rapid strides toward a master symphonic group
in thc early months of the SCl100l ycilr.
In conjunction with the band, two public
concerts were presented plus participation in
the Thanksgiving program, the Mid-State Or-
chestra Festival at Connersville, and the IMEA
Clinic at Indianapolis. As in the past, the or-
chestra contributed a significant part of the
Mr. Robert Brennan is the director of these
two instrumental groups.
liirsl Rolf: .lane 'l'rL1mpy, Veralyn Turn-
er, David Bucher, Margaret Ifdmonson
Phyllis Ayres, Kenny Balchellor, Sue liux
Leona Wallace, liill Kingsbury, -lack lint-hi
rig, Ann Brodie.
Srrrnnl Ron: Sandra Tregilgus, Waller
South, George Appleyard, judy Krenxler
David Ray, Don Dunham, Dave Robinson
Clark Kaschube, Barbara Alm, il. A. lfranlxl
lin, Dick Binford, Ann Spangler.
Tlfiril Razr: Philip Duty, Arthur lfull,
Phyllis Cialyan, Dick liendcr, llill Andrews
Mr. Robert llrennan, Director
liditor .lean Rogers and Sponsor Mr. Ben Ervin.
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,rjriffvk fall f'L"'L"pf:n4
I Svuicilz jean Rogers, Mr. rvin.
Stand ng: Carol Simpson, Ruth johnson,
' Barbara Poolitsan, Margaret Hoadley, john
Hearn, Margy Boyd, jack Conley, Rod
Turner, Peggy Legier, Patty Distelhorst,
, Oan jenkin, Stuart Emry.
Zeke Pierson j
' The Seniors this year are proud to claim
many new features in the Jordannus. For the
first time pictorial ads are introduced in the
book which boasts an all-time high of eighty-
eight pages. Color in the opening section pro-
vides new interest. The cover is embossed with
second color added.
Editor-in-Chief o,..,e, ,.,o,, J ean Rogers
Business Manager U .,e,, ,.,,,,.. S tuart Emry
Literary Editors ,e.. -, r..e,,.,e, - Pat Distelhorst
Advertising Editor r .,e, ,re,,. C arol Simpson
Art Editor . ,,,,, Y, , W Margy Boyd
Publicity Editor ue,. ., ,- B, Peggy Legier
Circulation Editor ,,,e, , ,e,.. Joan Jenkin
Sports Editor ..tttte.,...., ..e... R od Turner
Photography Editors ,... e ,,t..t,t.,,,. John Hearn
Index Editors ..,., .,,, Ruth Johnson
Chief Typist ,,,,t Barbara Poolitsan
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we I ,cars
Snaps, Sports, Photography Literary, Typists
Svulml: Rod Turner. Imfl in Right: Nancy Talbot, Barbara l'oolits.iu,
Slandiug: llgirvcy Poling, .Ioan jenkin, Barbara Dollins, Milf?-WWI Holdlcy- Smlc wlilllilcc- PHUY Dl5WlllUfU-
Bryant Kingsbury, Beth Copeland, .lobn Hearn, -lack
Hzimmann, Bert Kunz, John Craig.
Circulation Advertising, Art, Publicity
Snzlvilz .loan xlcnkin, Mary Stapleton, Nancy Ellis. Svaivil: Carol Simpson, Paula Feltus, Mnrgy lloyd,
Sliunliug: Carl Whllacc. Shirley Sietsma, Kay Goby. PCHSY Legler' Phyllis Ayres'
Siamlingz Buddie Rey. joan Smitli, Carolyn Fee, Mar-
cia Wells, Sue Fox.
National. Honor Society
There are seventeen active members in the
University School Chapter of National Honor
Society. Mr. K. B. Thurston sponsors this
group which promotes and recognizes outstand-
ing scholarship, leadership, service, and charac-
ter among high school juniors and seniors.
Ifril Run: Nancy May, Peg-
.Srinllil Knut l,uella Xlcilam-
mon, llarhara Uurnal, Vonni
lu Pritchard, Miss Virginia
Kruse, l'hyllis l'rince, l' a t i x
limlds, l'yona Monlfornl.
,ji lvrif Ruiz: Margaret lloatlley.
llarolyn liee. liuddie Rey. Marx
Stapleton. Patty Hislelhorst.
.'4'i'r1l1il Rolf: Anne Marshall.
Nancy ilialhot, Ann Spangler,
Susie wl.lll.lCC, Nancy llilliker.
Priscilla Mitchell. Sarahlu llol-
lel, Russell Noyes.
iliflilhl lillllf Bill Andrews.
Alcan Rogers. Margy lloyd, Ro-
berta Ifell, Mr. K. IS. Thursion,
Blue Tri, svonsored ln f Miss Virfinia Kruse is
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a national service organization, affiliated with
the Y. XV. C. A. The group led the Thanks-
giving Basket drive, collected various articles
for soldiers at Cam Atterbur , and knitted an
afghan for the Red Cross.
Iflril Karr: P.1ttyLanum, Ruth
johnson, Kathleen Hunsaker,
Mary Stapleton, Donna Pless,
.Ioan Smith, Carol Hagan.
Snwnl Row: Mary Bouvicr,
Phyllis Prince, Norma Baxter,
Frances Cassidy, A l i c e A n n
Hart, Patty Distelhorst, Shirley
Third Roni Sandra Tregilgus,
Virginia Farmer, Paula Feltus,
Roselene Sarber, Betty Brown,
Leah Butcher, Mr. Brennan.
The Science Club is organized for the purpose
of advancing science here at U-School. The
officers are Bryant Kingsbury, Presidentg
Charlie Bob Ellis, Vice President, and Russell
Noyes, Secretary. The twelve members are
sponsored by Mr. Jack Munsee.
The Girl's Chorus, under the leadership of
Mr. Robert Brennan, consists of twenty girls
In addition to many other performances, the
girls sang at PTA
gram at East Hall.
and at the Christmas Pro-
Imfl lu Kigflfz Bill Allman,
Rusty Noyes, Carl Wallaee
Charlie lfllis, Sponsor Mr. .lack
Muncie, Frank Pruitt, Bryant
Kingsbury, Stuart limry, Phil
Hodge, Rod Turner.
Cireg llevejian, Dave Xwindsor.
.Ion Ricliert, Bill Knapp, Paul
The big project for the Future Homemakers
of America the first semester was the observance
of FHA week. This week involved various ac-
tivities including a radio program and installing
a new chapter of FHA at Ellettsville.
With Joan Smith President of the club this
year, Miss Joyce Konzelman is the Sponsor.
F i r x f R n u': li uby -Iaeohs,
Martlia Brown, lXl.lt'Kl1.l Flllll.
Srrrulil Rolf: Kntlileen Hun-
saker, Betty liultl, li r a n c e s
Taylor, Gerry Ratliff, Virginia
Farmer, Betty Scroggins, BCIIQ'
li row n , Carol Sim pson.
Tfrinl Rolf: Glodene Grubb,
Luella Penrose, livelyn Fielder.
limrlmra Dollcns, lillen Douglas,
A g-Sportsman Club
A newly-formed activity this school year is
the Agriculture and Sportsman Club. This
group of thirteen members is divided into two
sections, one for those interested in sports and
another for those in agriculture. Under the
guidance of Mr. Prevo Whitaker, projects such
as visiting dairy farms and camping trips Were
If i 1 Sl R rr lv: l,ew Spangler,
SFVIIIIAI Roll: Dave Robinson,
'I' fu i r fl R Il1l'Z Nwilber Fleet-
wood, john Andrews, George
Firxl Razr: janet Waldrip,
Shirley Noel, Judy Krentler.
Patty Shields, Bertiee Walker.
Sworn! Row: Priscilla Mitch-
ell, Gilbert Trinkle, Marie Wil-
son, Carol Sarber, judy Ross,
Tbiril Row: Lois Ilads, Dor-
othy Wlmite, Carol Sinn, Wilimaa
lfourib Row: Vernon Kent,
Mildred Cain, Norma Baxter.
F. T. A.
The Future Teachers of America are organ-
ized to learn more about the field of teaching
and to promote more interest in this vocation.
The first semester the club held a very suc-
cessful bake sale. During the second semester
FTA visited classes at Indiana University and
Ball State Teachers College at Muncie.
Mr. A. Pryce Noe is the Sponsor of this club.
The aim of the Typing Club is to give each
member the fundamentals of typing. Mem-
bers learn how to type themes and letters. Once
they have mastered the technique of the ma-
chine, they spend most of their time at meet-
ings typing homework or other material.
This year Judy Krentler is the President of
Firxi Row: Carolyn Fee, Beth
Srroml Row: Harlyne Hillik-
er, Roberta Fox, Francey Allen,
N Mr. A Pryce Noe, sponsorg
Margaret Edmondson, Sue Fox,
' Page se-nmzfy-mic
Enjoying vocal music is the main purpose of
the Senior Choral Club. The members select-
ed this club because they enjoy vocal music and
desire to increase their knowledge of music.
Composed of twenty-eight members this club is
sponsored by Mr. Robert Brennan.
Iiirxf K 0 lr: .lane Trumpy,
Frances Cassidy, Kathleen F.1-
gan, Alice Ann Hart, Donna
Pless, Phyllis Ayres, Barbara Lee
Crouch, janet Franklin, Peggy
Serum! Ron: Anita Stapleton,
Ann Poolitsan, Leah Butcher,
Marcia W'ells, Marilyn Croueh,
Mary Bouvier, Nancy Hillilter,
Aline Hodge, Patty Dodds, Vir-
Tlriril Row: .lack Hammann,
Tom Berndt, Paul Brummett,
Paul Adams, john Craig, George
Appleyard, Kit Davis.
The Biology Club, consisting of 25 members,
is sponsored by Mr. John Dragoo. Among
other activities, the club held a Christmas party.
Judy Ross served as President, with Roberta
lfnwl Row: -lane Ilieks, .lohn R. liragoo,
student teacher, lftldie Vl'ilson, Arvon Al-
len, john liieltert.
Serrnnl Row: Suzie Keck, Harlyne llill-
iker, Paul Bradley, lion Brown, Mr. Prevo
Wfllilalter, sponsor: Charlie lillix,
Tfurrl Kult: ,Iutly Ross, "Sonny" South,
George Spangler, Bill Knapp, George W'ey-
at to T 4.
"'H'.Nf Kun: Nancy W'inter,
Ted Nloorinnn, Peggy Penning-
ton, Xyiggs Whlson. S li i rl e y
Sl't'UIIil Kolb: Klan Casner, lis-
ther Tieniann, Nancy Holland,
Bob lfdwards, Waltsr South.
Mr. K. B. Thurston heads this group of twen-
ty active members that prepares boys for ser-
viee in the Audio-Visual Aids room. Each
meeting hour is divided between the showing of
educational movies, and training of newer club
members by more experienced projectionists.
These trainers work one hour daily in the
Audio-Visual Aid Room, serving grades 1-12.
To prepare students for Quad staff is the aim
of the Journalism Club. Their written work,
plus other activities are based on a point system.
When they get the required number of points,
they are eligible for Quad membership. The
number of members increased from ten to
twenty-three during the second semester. The
sponsor of this club is Mr. Ben Ervin.
liirxl Razr: Fred Wanipler,
Leo Haganman, Bill Stidd, Paul
K i n s e r, Harold Ooley, Bill
Sw-rnnl Row: Bob Appleyard.
Ray Burch, jack Hubbard, Bill
Mengo, Ted Cadieu, Bud Wylie,
Tbirrl Row: Eddie lludelson,
Tim Winiiiger, Bill Robinson,
john Craig, john Neal, Mr.
The Games Club is sponsored by Miss Ruth
Alexander and Miss Josephine Spear. The club
meetings are spent playing various games, such
as canasta, bridge and chess. The members con-
centrate on learning the mental rules so as to
become better players.
Iiiril Ruiz: Toni M c C .1 in ni o n,
Don Goodwin, Keith Richardson,
Kenny Robinson, Charles Gaston.
Scroml Row: -lim Stigall, Mitch-
ell D e c lc a r d, George XVeyinouth,
Don Brown, -Iohn Smith, Dave
'l'limI Row: Billy jones. liddie
Wfilson, Larry Roddick, Maurice
Hughes, Larry llollens, Delmar
lirurrllr Rolf: ,lolin Campbell, Bill
Sengers, Bud Greenwood, Coach
Walter VU. Gray, Dave Griffith,
Dick Fender, Bob Gilmore.
liilisl Rout ,loella 1, a n e.
Diane Cason, Peggy Legier,
Nancy Ellis, Susie Whillace,
Buddie Rey, Betty Bower.
Serornl Rauf -lohn Run-
den, Mary Lou Craig, Bar-
bara Alun, Donna Baird, Kay
Coby, Barbara Shrader, Sar-
ahlu Hottel, Bill Ream.
Tliiril Rout Arthur Fell,
Bill A n d re ws, Dave Me-
Craelaen, Ronald Mills,
George Douglas, Fritz Kreu-
ger, Bob Hunter.
Softball, basketball, tumbling, and soccer are
only a few activities of this club this year.
Sponsored by Walter W. Gray, the club's
purpose is to develop physical, mental, and emo-
This year the club has grown to 28 members.
F i r it R 0 w: Jack Conley,
Stuart Emry, Paul Adams, Wal-
ter Gray, Max Beatty, jack
Serum! Row: Dan Bailey, Ted
Moorman, Dave Griffith, Dick
Fender, Bill Allman, Bill Rob-
Third Row: Bud Greenwood,
Zeke Pierson, Ronnie Mills, Tim
Wininger, Bill Andrews, John
Fourib Row: Rod Turner,
Paul Brummett, Charlie Ellis,
Maurice Hughes, Bill Mengo,
George McClain, Bud Wylie.
U-fllen fs Club
This year the U-Men's Club consists of 30
boys who have won a major award in sports.
The purpose of it is to carry out sportsmanship
at U. H. S.
During the year the club provided programs
for the football games and sponsored a dance.
Another big feature was the rough and formal
initiation held for the new members.
U-Men's club originated the Al Hermann
A newly formed club this
year is the Scrapcrafters, spon-
sored by Mr. Edgar Stahl. They
make articles for use in the
home from wooden crate ma-
During the first semester the
members made bathroom util-
ity cabinets from orange, lem-
on, and grape crates. They con-
tinued this program through
the year. T
sportsmanship award and bought the plaque
which each year bears the winner's name. At
the end of the year, the boys select a Senior
who is considered outstanding in sports in all
Officers this year were Paul Adams, Presi-
dent, Stuart Emry, Vice President, Bryant
Kingsbury, Secretary, and Jack Conley, Treas-
urer. Walter NV. Gray is Sponsor of the club.
Svafml: Buddy Sanders, jim Kinser.
Shzmling: Mr. Edgar Stihl, Paul Bradley, Cecil Ratliff.
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