University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)
- Class of 1952
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Truus and our neighbors will find
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We of the University High School
have a place in the community, na-
tion, and World. Through participa-
tion in class room projects, commu-
nity and national activities, We can
take our share of responsibility in
the world. Being a good neighbor
starts at home and involves the entire
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Truus Sillekens is our Dutch
foster child. After her father
was killed in World War II,
she was adopted by our Student
Council members look over
Truus' letters. Her notes of
appreciation have been arriving
since her adoption in 1946.
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Money that helps buy Truus things she needs funds are selling doughnuts at faculty meet
and helps finance her schooling is raised by the ings and managing the "Roc Room".
Student Council. Two of their projects to gain
Basketball is one of the fav-
orite sports at the University
School. Here the Univees are
planning for a victory.
Keeping morale high at pep
session and games are veteran
yell leaders Alice Ann Hart,
Donna Plcss and newly-clect-
ed Diane Abram, Barbara Lee
Crouch, and Anita Stapleton.
Yell leaders are the symbol of
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Supplying U-School with an unusual variety Experiments and projects teach students
of books and reference material is the library practical application of what they learn in
under the direction of Charles Sembower. Our books. Watch out, it is a chemistry demonstra-
library contains 5,000 volumes. tion and anything may happen!
A long awaited sound is the
bell before lunch. A dash, 21
wait, and then food!
Our bookstore keeps in stock
a Wide assortment of school
supplies. Every semester Mr.
Malsbary and his student help-
ers are kept busy by the rent-
ing of books for a new term,
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Seniors and Juniors participate in community Helping in the nurse's office affords valu-
nctivities by helping take the census. The in- able experience to those who plan to make ai
formation is being used in determining the career of nursing. How does your finger feel,
need for new schools. Nancy?
by lie Ve opiii iiiieresis illrozl h activities.
The Future Teachers observe
class at Finley school, one of
the stops on a county-wide
field trip. Through projects
like this, they learn more about
a valuable profession. L. to r:
Harlyne Hilliker, Roberta Fox,
Dave McCracken, and Mr.
Young journalists help Write
the high school page for The
Daily Herald Telephone. Pro-
jects like this give townspeople
a better idea of school activities.
L. to rg Judy Figg, Dick And-
erson, and Janet Martin.
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The MBU men get shaved at the UHS Bar- This year was the first for the new elemen-
ber Shop during "pep" session. Programs like tary choir. Their first appearance was at the
this are planned for each home game by the P. T. A. Christmas Program where, they were
yell leaders and Miss Scott. directed by their leader, Miss Carolyn Furbay.
New Field is Born
The cheerleaders, Diane Ab-
ram, Donna Pless, Alice Ann
Hart, unroll the sign announc-
ing the name judged most ap-
propriate for the new field.
Student Council sponsored the
l l l l l "Name the Field" drive.
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ltis Dedication Night
Pilrficiparms in the dcdifflfiofl Prosmm Funds for Univee Field were raised by the PTA Athletic
were Bill Andrews, president of student C - h - d d - f 1 I h
councils Dnotw Hughmprincipalg David ommittee, w ic receive onations rom oca merc ants
Smith. rhc Univee of the futures and and friends of UHS and Indiana University.
Mr. W. R. Dunn, chairman of the PTA
Committee- Booster tickets were the source of part of the funds, as
was the purchase of lights by donors. Mr. W. R. Dunn
was head of the PTA Athletic Committee. Mrs. Williani
Andrews, Jr., was president of the PTA. Dr. W. Stangle
headed the special gifts drive.
At each home game a special half-time program was plan-
ned under the direction of Mr. George Krueger. Some of the
highlights were Lights On, Orchids Night, and Dad's Night.
Dedicating a new field was not enough for the fighting
Univees. The home field record was unblemished by defeat.
Bucher, Lludy Krentler, Bill Andrews.
Bill Andrews l,l7l ., . President
Judy Krentler .. ,,,,, Vice President
Art Fell ,,,,77,, . 7,,7,,, Treasurer
jane Hicks C Secretary
Slumling, Ii-ff lo riglil: Miss Spear, Mr. Allen, Mrs.
cll'Vlfl'l' rn1z'. lvfl lo Viglmlz Jack Stangle, David
Bolfmu row, lufl fn rigbl: Arthur Fell, Ann Baker,
Firxf row: Jeannie Peterson, Ann Baker, Stephen Wiser, Marilyn Mills.
Srrornl ruuw Helen Topolgus, Phyllis Rich, Alice Ann Hart, Mary Poolitsan, Barbara Craig, Barbara l,ee Crouch.
Tfviril rout Marilyn Johnson, Carol Cason, Mary Bouvier, Donna Baird, Anita Stapleton, jane Hicks, -ludy Krentler, Nancy Neal.
I'i0IH'f!l mir: Danny Hodge, Bill Spriggs, Dick Anderson, Gene Reece, jack Stangle, Fred Andrews, john Hedges, -I. A. Ifranklin, Phil
Ififffw rout George McClain, Wiggs Vlfilson, Arvon Allen, Dave McCracken, Art Fell, Bill Andrews, Don Coller, Dave Sonneborn, Bill
The Student Council participates in a vari-
ety of activities. Representatives from each
home room meet bi-Weekly to discuss school
problems and possible improvements. Some
of their projects have been helping to support
Truus, conducting the campaign to name the
field, selling pickles at home games, and giv-
ing the annual Christmas party.
Policy Council is made up of five faculty
representatives and six Student Council mem-
bers. To promote complete cooperation be-
tween students and faculty, they discuss pro-
blems and ideas that come up in Student
Firsl row: Barbara Bergevin, Kathleen Fagan, Shirley Vfoolery, Alice Ann Hart, Pat Hookey, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Head.
Srroml row: Nancy Winter, Nancy Holland, Nancy Hilliker, Mary Bouvier, Ann Poolitsan, Mary Lou Craig, Donna Pless.
Tlliril row: Priscilla Mitchell, Jane Trumpy, Margaret Edmondson, Dave Griffith, Dick Fender, Mr. Ervin.
Sfumfing: Dan Bailey, Ted Moorman, Bill Robinson.
Presenting the 2 2
The class of '52 with the aid of Mr. Ervin, adviser, is
proud to present a Jordannus with many outstanding fea-
tures. The art work is done largely by students with the
help of Mr. Mills. The book,s total of 94 pages makes it
the largest ever to be produced at U-School. Mr. Berry
has served as business adviser.
We hope that our theme of world brotherhood will bring
us a little closer to people of other lands and especially Truus,
Student Council's War orphan, to Whom we are sending a
copy of this book. If this book helps interpret University
School and its activities to its students, patrons, and friends,
its purpose will have been achieved.
Left fo right: Members of the business staff are Bill Franzmann, Diane Cason, Ralph Pogue, George
McClain, Mr. Berry, business adviser, Judy Krentler, Donna Baird.
A Book in Process
Editor-in-Chief .,o,. .,.. N ancy Winter
Openin g Section ,,,v,, ,,,,.......
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Club Editor ,c,cc
Sports Editor c,v,.
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Alice Ann Hart
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Bob Donclson and Bill Franzmann sign up another merchant
in jordannus advertising campaign.
Circulation Manager ,,,, ,,rrt. J udy Krentler '11 u kk RCW, 1 L--n
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Artists Nancy Holland, Alice Hart, and Fasting pictures are Nancy Hilliker, Mary Lou Craig, Bill Robinson,
Mr. Mills look over art work. Priscilla Mitchell, Shirley Vfoolery, Pat Hookey, and Nancy Winter.
Quill and Scroll
Firsf row: Harlync Hilliker, Phyllis
Rich, Pat Hookcy, Nancy Hilliker, Nancy
Sc'4'o11J row: Margaret Edmondson, Ted
Moorman, Bill Robinson, Mr. Ervin, Nancy
Holland, Priscilla Mitchell.
Firxl VOID! Virginia Trumpy, Pat Hookcy,
Francey Allen, Alice Hart, ,lane Hicks,
Shirley W'oolcry, Nancy Holland, Nancy
Winter, Pat Poling, Roberta Fox,
SLTOIIII row: Dean Kingsbury, Jerry
Hughes, Bob Edwards, George McClain,
Bob Donelson, Bill Franzmann, Phil Rich-
ardson, Jack Stangle.
Third row: Veralyn Turner, Diane Ab-
ram, Janet Martin, Judy Figg, Mary Bou-
vier, Barbara Lee Crouch, Harlyne Hilliker.
The Quad, U-School's bi-Weekly newspaper, is sponsored
by Mr. Ben Ervin. The staff, under the editorship of Nancy
Holland and Shirley Woolery, increased the number of ex-
tra-page issues this year. The concession stand, rummage sale,
and convo were some of their other activities.
Members for Quill and Scroll, national journalism honorary
society, are elected in their junior and senior year. Qualifi-
cations for membership include being in the upper third of
the class scholastically and having 150 inches of published
material. Mr. Ervin is the sponsor. Publishing of the Guinea
Pig Tales, literary magazine, is a project of this honorary.
Firsl muv: Priscilla Mitchell. Barbara
Hopf, jackie Sims, Nancy Hillikcr, judy
Svrmnl role: Duane Carmony, Dave Son-
neborn, Wiggs Wilscrn, Margaret Iidmond-
son, Barbara Alm.
Tfrml' row: Phil Hodge, Bill Robinson
Russell Noyes, Bill Andrews, Mr. Thurs-
Scholarship, leadership, character, and service are the points Natiollal I-101101. S0111 ty
considered in electing junior and senior members to National
Honor Society. Only 20 percent of the senior class and five
percent of the junior class may be chosen. Since the found-
ing of U-School in 1938, it has had a chapter.
The UHS chapter of Thespians, Dramatic Honorary So-
cciety, is sponsored by Mr. Walstrum. Points required for
membership can be earned in both working and acting fields.
Extra distinction is acknowledged by the addition of one or
more stars to the members, names.
lfiml run: .-Xrvon Allen, wt li lm
HlCkS. Vice-pres.: MV. Wh! xtium lug
Srvwlil lIJIl'f Alien- llart, Ninn Vein
Phyllis Rich, Shirley XVoolcry Umm Q
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Iurncr, George Spaiigler. ilinm oiitr
lfdwnrds, Hill l'.l".lIl7l1lLlllIl. lhtlx Nmlrrson
First row: Bill Marshall, john Clayton, Morris Binkley, Mary
Walker, Dave Bucher, Anne Marie Van Wagteiidonk, Sue Ann
Hayes, ,Ioan Bartlett, Eleanor Fleener, Rita Baldridge.
Svvoml row: Pauline Smith, Jean Peterson, Libra Jan Cleve-
land. ,lim Yale, joe Flinn, Bill Spriggs, Bob Tulley, Pat Hoadley,
Rebecca Stoner, Dudley Appelman, Max Butcher, judy Krentler,
Steve Hoadley, Tom Barton.
Tlliril row: Dick Ream, Chris Smith, Dick Hudelson, Gene
Reese, Bob Dickerman, Phil Fagan, Barbara Alm, Dick Berrett,
xl. A. Franklin, George Appleyard.
Sfullillllg: Sandra Tregilgus, Amy Salsbury, Bob Waldon,
Phil Doty, Norman Deckard, john Bender, Mary Strain, Dave
Bowen, Don lillson, Phyllis Galyan, Mr. McQueen, Dick An-
Drum Major Dudley Appelman steps high.
Fira! rmv: Ann Brodie, Melissa Baldwin, Ann Foster, Vcralyn
Turner, Sandra Tregilgus, Margaret Edmondson, Sylvia Jean
Carlson, ,Ioan Velton.
Svmrzfl row: Dudley Appelman, Max Butcher, Judy Krentlcr,
john Clayton, Bill Marshall, Anne Marie Van Wagtendonk, Dave
Bucher, Rita Baldridge, Barbara Deckard, Marcia Meyers.
Tfwinf ruir: Dick Hudelson, Gene Reese, Bob Dickerman, Bar-
bara Alm, Al. A. Franklin, George Appleyard.
Slamling: Dave Bowen, ,lane Trumpy, Amy Salsbury, Phil
Doty, Norman Deckard, Phyllis Galyan, Mr. McQueen, Dick
This year for the first time a marching
band was organized for half-time shows at
football games. The U-School band did not
confine its fine marching exhibitions to Univee
Field alone. It also traveled to North Ver-
non to boost the team's morale.
At home basketball games and pep sessions,
the gym echoed with peppy martial music play-
ed by UHS band members. During the UHS-
BHS game, our band put partisan feelings a-
side to join with BHS in bringing the spect-
ators a half-time program.
The concert given in April showed our
band's proficiency in a variety of music.
Classical numbers made up the main part of
the program, while such pieces as "The Stud-
ent Prince Overturew and "South of the Rio,"
added the lighter element.
The U-School Orchestra played its first performance of
the year before PTA. The program consisted of a variety
of concert music.
A select group of orchestra members participated in the
Orchestra Festival in Indianapolis. Here they joined stu-
dents from five other Indiana high schools to form an or-
chestral group of 100 members. The object of the Festival
is to train music students to work together as a well co-
As is the custom, the orchestra concluded its year's activi-
ties by playing an important part in baccalaureate and com-
After spending many years in U-School's busy auditorium,
the band and orchestra at last have a room of their own. It
is equipped with music and instrument racks, and a special
floor with raised levels.
Mr. Vfilliam McQueen is the new director of both instru-
Last minute change of costume!
Dorothy Lamour and South Sea
Island friend join senior chorus line.
Freshmen display bed and Ford
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juniors extend warm welcome to
Oh you liar!
This ought to boost subscriptions!
"Dear, Dear Aunt."
Better use the front door, Santa.
There is a stork's nest in the chim-
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Royalty Galore at U-School
fQ M! il, Royalty for the Carnival are elected at the Carnival vot-
rf Carnival and Queen ing booth. The winners don elaborate costumes to take part
' in the coronation pageant. At the climax of the ceremony,
f the royal couple is crowned by students in the role of high
priest and priestess. Mr. Carder is in charge of the corona-
tion, which is the climax of the Carnival festivities.
. The King and Queen of the Junior Prom are elected by
PI'0Il'1 Klng and QUCCH members of the Junior Class. The boys vote for queeng
the girls, for king. Returning for the occasion, the preced-
ing year's sovereigns crown their successors in the dimly-
. The Homecoming Queen was elected by members of the
HOITlCCOH11Hg QUCCI1 Girl's Athletic Association. Wearing a G. A. A. sweater
for the occasion, she was crowned at the half of the Home-
coming game. The Queen rode onto the field in an open
convertible, where she was crowned by Dr. Hughes.
The Football Queen was elected by members of the foot-
Football Quggn ball team. At the half of the Dadis Night game, the Queen
and her three attendants were given corsages by four fathers
of team members.
They planned the prom. Wheels behind the carnival.
Ujzjnrr lrfl: llis Majesty George McClain and Her Royal Highness Fern Gray pose in regal splendor after the eoronation
etremony .lt the junior Carnival. High Priest Zeke Pierson and High Priestess Paula Feltus hold candles used in the elaborate
Ujrlfwr rlgfil: joint sovereigns in their own right, Bill Pranlmann and Alice Hart reign over the junior Prom.
I.ou'rr lwfl: Homecoming Queen Ann Poolitsan was chosen to welcome the returning grads and rule at the Homecoming
1,1111 rr' rigfnl: Diane Cason, Queen of football, holds the symbol of her royal office.
These members of the Class of '52 got plans under way
for the Junior Prom, They picked "Moonlight and Roses"
for the theme of the dance and decided that a golden cres-
cent and lattices entwined with roses should provide the at-
mosphere. First row: Diane Cason, Pat Hookey, Shirley
Woolery, Alice Hart. Second row: Ann Poolitsan, chair-
mang Priscilla Mitchell, Nancy Holland. Third row: Kath-
leen Fagan, Judy Krentler.
This committee goeyplans rolling to transform the halls
of UHS into the gay streets of New Orleans at Mardi Gras
time. First row: Ann Poolitsan, Mary Lou Craig, Shirley
Worilery, Nancy Winter, Alice Hart, Pat Hookey. Second
row: Judy Krentler, Diane Cason, Priscilla Mitchell, Donna
Baird, Nancy Holland, Barbara Alm. Third row: Bob Donel-
son, Bill Franzmann, George McClain, chairman, Bill An-
drews, Dave McCracken, Phil Hodge, Don Donham.
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Dr. Otto Hughes principal. Dr. NW. W . XY 'Y 13
' 'rip.,iit, can of the School of lialueation.
The administration of our school is com-
posed of the principal, assistant principal, ele-
mentary supervisor, and the deans. It is their
job to keep the school running smoothly and
gmmlmqy mn Vmn M VW Dcvmll iron out problems that arise in daily school life.
A. lhle Allen.
Siflintq: Miss Ruth Alexander,
Hughes, Miss Martha .lane Kisser.
MISS RUTH ALEXANDER
Dean of Girls
A. DALE ALLEN
MRS. ANGELA ISEATTY
Physical Education, Health
MISS MARTHA CARTER
Art, Department Chairmln
Language Arts, Social Studies
M. VERE DeVAULT
Social Studies, Department Chairman
Dean of Boys, English, journalism
MISS E. CAROLYN FURBAY
NVALTER W. GRAY, AIR.
Driver Education, Physical Education, Health
MRS. .IUANITA GREEN
Language Arts. Social Studies
IE. WAYNE GROSS
MISS CHARLOTTE HENDERSON
Business Education. Department Chairman
MRS. DORIS JONES
Science, Part Time
MISS JOYCE KONZELMAN
MISS IVIARCISLLA KNUDSFN
MISS VIRGINIA KRUSIT
MRS. IIIETTY KUNTZ
Speech and Hearing Therapist
Music, part time
Business Ifducation, Bookstore
A. IIRYCIS NOE
Language Arts, Social Studies
Mathematics. Department Chairman
MRS. SARAH PHILLIPS
MISS MARTHA RISSIZR
English, History, Social Dean
Physical Education, Health, Department Chairman
M ISS GAYLE SCOTT
Physical Education, Health
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CHARI.lfS SIZMBOWER FRANK SMITH MRS. DOROTHY SNIDIER MISS JOSISPHINE SPEAR MRS. l.UCfll,l.I'i Sl'IfNCfl'ili
Librarian Mathematics Fifth Grade English Home Ileonomics, Cafeteria
EDGAR STAHI. MRS. DORIS STEWART MISS INGRIIJ STROM K. B. THURSTOINI DONALD XWALSTRUM
Industrial Arts Physical Iiducation, Health English, Department Chairman Soeinl Studies English, Speech
PREVO VUHITAKER MRS. CAROLINE NWILDRICK MRS. MARGARET lVIIfRCII.I.If
Science, Department Chairman Sixth Grade First Grade
DR. RAY BORLAND MRS. STELLA DICKITRMAN MISS NANCY NUNNALLY
School Doctor Elementary Art Kindergarten
MRS. FTI'IIfI. CARPENTER MISS BETTY GRIEENLFAF ROBERT PFIEIFFIZR
Nursery School History ' English
Cooks: Olive Wampler, Emma Whaley, Ojfirc Slug: Mrs. Elizabeth Murnan
Nettie Richardson, Verna Dyer, Rhoda Mrs. Bette Barr, Mrs. Jeanne Umemura.
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Truus would find the seniors to be
a proud class. They have waited
twelve years to reach the peak of
sophistication. Seniors provide much
of the school leadership.
Graduation this year will mean
the beginning of additional school-
ing for many in colleges or universi-
ties. Still others will be in military
service, Working, or assuming home
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MARY li. ISOUVIliR--I'lnte1'ed junior year from St. Mary-
of-the-Wtiods. Choral Club 35 Games Club 45 G.A.A. 3, 4, jf
lrxecutive Council 45 junior C:trnival5 Senior Play, Proinpteri
Student Council 45 Chorus 3, 45 Quad staff 45 Jordannus Staff.
BETTY LOU BOVUITRS-Iintered junior year from Emmerich
Manual Training in Indianapolis. Game Club 35 F.H.A. 4.
TllliODORli N. CADIIQU-Projector Club I, 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball 45 Cross Country I, 2, 35 Basketball 3, 45 Golf I, Z, 3,,.
Reserve Basketball I, 2.
DIANE CASONAG.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, lfxecutive Council 45
Prom Committee5 hlordannus Stafl'5 junior C.iL'lI'I1IV.llQ Football
ueen 45 Chorus 45 Music Club 25 Games Club 3, 4.
FRANCES JOAN CASSIDY-Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I,
2, 3, 45 .Iunior Carnival Stage Sbow5 Music Club l, 2, 3, 4.
MARY LOUISIT CRAIGfG.A.A. I. 2, 3, 45 Blue Tri 25
Game Club 35 Chorus 45 Jordannus Staff.
BARBARA LOUISII ALM--Band I, 2. 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3,
45 Blue Tri I, 25 Fencing Club I, 25 Treasurer I5 Service Club
35 Game Club 3, 45 ,Iunior Carnival5 National Honor Society
NVILLIAM H. ANIJRIWVS llI--Valetlictorian of class of 'S25
Varsity Iiootball I, Z, 3, 45 U-Men's Club I, 2, 3, 45 President
Junior Class5 Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45
Policy Council 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Band
I, 2, 35 Orchestra I, Z, 35 .Iorclannus StaI'f5 Game Club 3.
GIQORGLI T. AI'l'I.I"YARl3 Ill-lfnteretl from Sherman,
Texas, -lunior year. -lunior Carnival Stage Show5 Chorus
Club 3, 45 Chorus 45 Band and Orchestra 3, 45 Prom Decora-
DONNA .IANF BAIRD--t3.A.A, I, 2, 3, 4, lixecutive Coun-
cil 45 Student Council 3, 45 Music Club I, 25 Games Club 3, 45
junior Carnival Stage Show: Chorus 45 ,lordannus Staff.
DAN PAUL I3AlLl'iYvC1'oss Country 2, 3, 45 .lunior Carni-
val5 Chorus Club 45 Science Club 3, 45 Gymnastics Club 25
Games Club 45 U-Men's Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Track
2, 3, 45 "Cbarlie's Aunt."
BARBARA MARY I3lfRCil'iVlN-G,A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 jordan
jesters I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 ,lordannus
staffg Junior Carnival5 Stage Manager "Charlie's Aunt"5 Prom
Cftzxx CJj7i4'm'.i: President Bill Robinson, Vice-President Phil
Hodge, Secretary Priscilla Mitchell, Treasurer Nancy Hillikcr.
Sjmzzxurx are: Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Stahl, and Mr. Berry.
Class of 9
FRANK RICIIARD l5liNDlfR-Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Projectors Club l, 2, 4, Gymnastics
Club 3, U-Men's Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Varsity Track
2, 3, 4, Golf I, Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, jordannus
Staff 4, Quad Staff 4, junior Carnival Stage Show.
ICVICLYN FIIQLDICR-Xvithdrew from school February, 1952.
W'll,1.IAM j. FRANZMANN-jortlan jesters I, 2, 3, 4,
President 2, 4, Business Manager 3, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Pro-
duction Staff, "Charley's Aunt", junior Carnival Stage Show,
Treasurer, junior Class, Quad Stal? 4, jorclannus Staff, Foot-
ball Announcer 4, Student Council 3, Drama Night I, 2,
junior Prom King, Chorus 4.
FIQRN I.AURIi'l"I'A CRAY-Typing Club I, If.II.A. 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Style Show 3, junior Carnival Queen.
DAVID XVARRIQN CRIFFITIPIWU-Meii's Club 2, 3. 4: Re-
serve Football I, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, 3,
Varsity 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, 4, jordannus
Staff, Chorus I, 4, Senior Athletie Club 3, Agriculture Club
I, Sophomore Council, junior Carnival Stage Show.
ALlClf ANN HART-G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Blue Tri 1, 2,
President 2, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 3, Sophw
more Council 2, Chorus 3, 4, Indiana State Regional Track
Queen I, junior Class Vice President, jorclannus Staff, junior
Prom Queen, Student Council I, Z, 3, 4, Quad Staff 4,
jordan jesters 4, Thcspians 4, junior Carnival Stage Show,
junior Prom Committee, "Charley's Aunt", "Out of the
A group of Seniors look over prospective customers for magazine
sales. They are Ir'-fl lo rigfil: David McCracken, Shirley Wfoolery, Phil
Hodge, and Ted Moorman.
Class of 25
GRICG Dl"VIfjIAN--Agriculture Club I, 3, 4, Games Club 4,
junior Dance Chairman, Football Z, 3, 4, Varsity 4, Golf I, 3,
junior Carnival Stage Show Set, Advertising Stalli, jordannus,
Prom Decorating Committee, U-Mcn's Club 4.
RUTII l.AVADA DODDS-Ailiyping Club I, 2, 3, Blue Tri
I' 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 4.
X ROBERT VERNON DONlfl.SON-jordan jesters I, 2. 3
f 4. President 3, Outstanding Thespiau Boy 3, "Charley's
um", jordannus Staff, Chorus 4, Projectors Club I.
DONALD li, DONHAM-Chorus 4, Rand I, Z. 3, Orchestra
I, 2, 3, jordan jesters I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Night 2, 3, "Out of
the Frying Pan" 4, junior Carnival.
MARGARIYI' -jlfAN IZDMONIJSON--Typing Club I, Choral
Club 2, Future Teachers 3, 4, Orchestra l, 1, 3, 4, G.A.A.
3, 4, jordannus Staff! .lllnior Carnival, Chorus 4, National
Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
KAROI. KATHLFEN FAGANiCI1orus 2, CQ.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4
Ifxecutive Council 3, junior Carnival 3, jortlannus Stall,
Music Club I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Chairman junior-
NANCY ELIZABETH HILLIKER-National Honor Society
3, 4: Music Club 1, 2, 3, Games Club 4, G.A.A. l. 2, 3, 4,
Executive Council 4, Treasurer Senior Class, -Iordanus Staff,
Junior Carnival, Chorus 2, Quill and Scroll 4.
PHILIP L. HODGE-Transferred from Ossian High School
in junior year. Reserve Football, junior Carnival, Science
Club 3, Vice President Senior Class, Games Club 4, National
Honor Society 4.
PATRICIA ANN HOOKEY--Choral Club l, 3, Journalism
Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4, Secretary
4, Jordan Jesters 4, ,Iordannus Stall, Quad Staff 4, Circula-
tion Editor 4, Technical Staff "Charley's Aunt", Technical
Staff "Out of the Frying Pan", junior Carnival Stage Show,
Quill and Scroll.
NANCY ELLEN HOLLAND-,Iordan jesters 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Quad Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, journalism Club 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice President 4, Jordannus Staff 4,
Junior Carnival Stage Show, Prom Committee, Chorus 4,
Technical Staif "Charley's Aunt."
CARL ROOSEVELT HUGHES-jordan Jesters 1, 2,
Thespian 2, 3, 4, Drama Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Quad Staff 4,
Journalism Club 3, 4, ,Iordannus Staff 4, Honor Thespian
3, 4, Technical Staff "Cl1arley's Aunt", Junior Carnival Stage
Show, "Out ofthe Frying Pan."
NANCY LOUISE JOHNSON-C1.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Jordan
Jesters 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Thespian 3, 4, Student Council Z,
jordannus Staff 4, ,Iunior Carnival, Drama Night 3, G.A.A.
Executive Council 4.
Sfllfi!1lIl'l'AY Sales: .laynie Taylor, Nancy Holland, Pat Poling and Anne
Class 0 15
VERNON LEON KENT-Chorus 4, Football 2, 3, Typing
Club 3, Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 4.
LIUDITH ANN KRENTLER-Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra l,
2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council I, 2,
3, 4, Vice President 4, Policy Council 3, 4, Music Club 1,
Games Club 2, 4, Typing Club 3, National Honor Society 4.
-IOELLA MARIE LANE-Quad Staff 2, 3, Junior Carnival
Stage Show, Prom Committee, Typing Club 1, Chorus 4,
-lordannus Staff, Blue Tri Club 2, Games Club 3.
GEORGE AURTHER MCCLAIN-Jordan ,lesters 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Thespian 2, 3, 4, Re-
serve Football l, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4,
,Iordannus Staff, Quad Staff 4, "Charley's Auntn, U-Men's
Club 3, 4, junior Carnival, Chairman, Sophomore Council,
Drama Night l, 2, 3, ,Iunior Carnival King, Chorus 4.
DAVID BRANCH MCCRACKEN-Jordan Jesters 1, 2,
Games Club 3, F.T.A. 4, Treasurer 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football 1, 3, Manager 4, Cross Country 2, Golf 3, 4, jun-
ior Carnival Stage Show, Jordannus Staff, Student Council
1, 2, 4, U-Menls Club 4.
RONALD DAVID MILLS-Football l, 2, Varsity 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, U-Men,s Club 3, 4, Projectors Club l, 2,
Games Club 3, 4.
PRISCILLA ELLEN MITCHELL-G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Execu-
tive council 3, 4, Secretary 35 Blue Tri 15 Games Club 25 Typ-
ing Club 35 jordannus Staffg Student Council 1, 25 junior
Prom Committee5 Junior Carnival, French Cafe5 National
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 35 Secretary Senior Classg Band
I5 Quill and Scroll 4.
DELMAR P. MULLIS-Gymnastics Club 1, 35 Games Club
45 Varsity Football 45 Agriculture Club 25 U-Men's Club 4.
.IOHN D. NFAL-Projectors Club l, 2, 3, 45 Football Man-
ager 45 U-Men's Club 45 Student Manager, Projectors Club 4.
RUSSELL NOYES, NIR.-Cross Country 35 Track 3, 45
Science Club l, 2, 35 Bird Club 35 Future Teacher Club 45
Quad Staff 15 -junior Academy of Science l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club '
15 junior Carnival: National Honor Society 45 National Ree-
ognition in Science Talent Search.
HAROLD J. OOLFY-Senior Athletics 1, 25 Projectors Club
3, 45 Track 45 Wrestliiig 45 U-Men's Club.
ANN PETERSEN - Transferred from Frauensacheschule
School, Hamburg, Germany. G.A.A. 3, 45 Chorus Club
3. 45 Nurses Club 4.
Making decorations for a senior dance are It-ff In rigbf: Ann Poolit-
san, Bob Donelson, W'iggs W'ilson, Shirley NVoolery, Nancy Winter,
Nancy Holland, and Alice Hart.
Q Class of 15
DONNA KAY PLESS-Chorus Club 35 Blue Tri 1, 25 Jor-
dan ,Iesters 45 "Cl1arley's Aunt": xlorclannus StaiT5 G.A.A.
1' 2, 3. 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Carnival Stage
ShoW5 Sophomore Council5 jordarinus Skits5 Chorus I, 2, 3.
RALPH E. POGUE-Fencing Club l, 25 Jordan jesters 2,
3, 45 Chorus 45 "Charley's Aunt"5 Projectors Club 15 Thes-
pian 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA BLANCHE POLING-Typing Club 1, J.,u.-ml-
ism Club 2: Quad Staff 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 25 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45
Prom Committeeg Music Club 45 Games Club 35 ,Iordannus
ANN POOLITSAN-Sophomore Council Z5 Blue Tri I, 25
Jordannus Staff 45 Chorus 15 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 junior Carnival
Stage Show5 Homecoming Quvxn 45 Regional Track Queen 35
Music Club I.
VONNA JOAN PRITCHARD-Blue Tri l5 F.H.A. 2, 35
Music Club 4.
FRANK D. PRUFTT-Science Club 35 Projectors Club l, 25
Games Club 45 U-Mcn's Club 45 Football l, 2, 3: Varsity
,N 4 xl-bk yi' 'H Q
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CHARLES ERNEST XWYLIIQ-fVarsity Basketball 45 Cross
Country I, 25 Football 3, 45 Track l, 2: Golf 3, 45 Projectors
Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club I5 U-Men's Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45
junior Carnival Stage Show5 Sophomore Council.
BARBARA HEAD-Transferred to UHS in junior year from
Bloomington High School. Blue Tri 35 F.H.A. 45 jordannus
THEODORE IOUDIQN MOORMAN-AProjectors Club I5
Chorus Club 45 .Athletics Club 25 journalism Club 35 U-Men's
Club 2, 3, 45 junior Carnival Stage Showg Quad Staff 3, 45
Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Basketball 45 Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
RALPH AIENNINGS NELSON II-Future Farmers l, 25
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Choral Club 45 Basketball I5 Football
1, 2.3, 45 W'restling 35 U-Men's Club 4.
DONALD DUANI2 CARMONY-Entered U.H.S. in soplae-
more year from Mislaawaka High School, Mislaawaka, Indiana,
Projectors Club 25 Bird Club 35 Math Club 45 Kiwanis Spell-
ing Bee5 National Honor Society 4.
SYLVIA HILI, HARRISON-Entered UHS from Kodaikanal,
India. F.T.A. 4.
MARY GERALDINE RATLIFF-Typing Club 15 Reading
Club I5 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM S. ROBINSON4Prcsidcnt Senior Class 45 U-Men's
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 jordannus StafI5 Quad StafI 3, 45
Math Club 4, President 45 Science Club I5 Cross Country
1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Student Council I, 45
Games Club Z5 Projectors Club 25 Band and Orchestra l, 25
journalism Club 3, President 35 junior Carnival5 Nickelodeam
Quill and Seroll5 National Honor Society 4.
PHILLIP R, SPANGLER4QCl1orus 45 Future Farmers 2, 35
Games Club 45 Typing Club 15 Basketball Manager 35 jun-
KIACQUELINE SIMS-Transferred from Sheridan High School
in 1951. F.H.A, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 National Honor Society
FRANCES TAYLOR-F.H.A, I, 2. 3, 4, President 45 G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLE jAYNE TAYLOR-Transferred from Nazareth in
Sophomore year. Choral Club 25 Transferred from Nazareth
in Senior year. jordan jesters 45 "Cl1arley,s Aunt."
THOMAS EUGENE TROTTER-Projectors Club l5 Drama
Night I, 25 Transferred in junior year to Ellettsville and re-
turned for Senior year5 "Cl1arley's Aunt"5 jordan jesters I, 2,
45 Thespian 2, 4, Honor Thespian 45 jordannus Salesq Chorus 4.
DOROTHY jANE TRUMPY-Typing Club I5 Chorus Club
2, 35 F.T.A. 45 jordannus Staff 45 junior Carnival 35 Chorus
45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Fencing Club I5 G.A.A. 3, 4.
WILLIAM EDNVARD WILSON III-Transferred from
Boulder High School in junior year. Track 35 journalism
Club 3, Secretary 35 Games Club 45 Student Council 45 jun-
ior Carnival 35 National Honor Society 4.
HENRY TIM XVININGER-Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Var-
sity Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Varsity Track 2, 3, 45 U-Men's
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 Projectors Club 35 Games Club
45 Math Club 2.
NANCY RUTH W'INTIiR-jordan jesters 1, 2, 3, 45 journ-
alism Club 3, 45 Quad Staff Z, 3, 4, Business Manager 45 Sec-
retary junior Class, Student Council 2, 35 Drama Night I5
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 45 junior Carnival Stage Sl'1ow5
Tbespian 45 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 45 jordannus Editor.
SHIRLEY jO VVOOLERY-Blue Tri 15 jordan jesters 2,
3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Honor Thespian 3, 45 "Charley's
Aunt"5 Drama Night 2, 35 journalism Club 3, 45 Quad
Staff 3, 4, Editor 45 Cv.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Executive Council
Z5 jordannus StaFf5 junior Carnival, French Cafe5 Student
Couneil I5 Technical Staff, "Out of the Frying Pan"5 Prom
Committee5 Fencing Club 2.
UII!1!'V lr'-fl: Dick Fender, Joella Lane, Diana Stoute, Nancy Winter, Dave McCracken, Ann Poolitsnn,
jerry Hughes, Donna Pless, Frances Cassidy.
Upjwr riglvl: Priscilla Mitchell, Rosalie Sarber, Mary Bouvier, Mary Beth Stapleton.
Lower lvfl: Joella Lane, Barbara Bergevin, Frances Cassidy, Ann Poolitsan, Nancy XVinter, Nancy
l.0u'i'r riglwf: Pat Hockey, Bud Wylie.
The proverbial unlucky day of Friday 13
proved to be very lucky for the class of "SZ"
last year. Friday, April 13, 1951 was the
date of the Junior Carnival last year. Built
around the theme of the Mardi Gras the car-
nival provided plenty of gaiety of New Or-
leans. The stage show entitled "Show Boat,"
included darkies, can-can girls, and wealthy
Voices from the past echoed through the
halls of U-school as famous entertainers per-
formed in the old time "Nickelodeon.', Nora
Bayes, Lillian Russell, and many others were
A colorful floorshow was presented at
Antoines, French Cafe. French pastries and
coffee were served.
As the grand finale, Fern Gray and George
McClain were crowned King and Queen of
the Mardi Gras, This royal Coronation was
in East Hall. Pages and ballerinas escorted
the King and Queen and their court onto the
stage for the crowning.
First row: 1. "Do you have a Sixpence, Sir?" 2. "So that is the sweet old Aunt!" 3. "Do you smoke?"
Srvomf row: 4. MHCre, you have to help usl' S. "That voice! It is! Oh no."
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Col. Sir Francis Chesney ,. u,u,,u George McClain
jack Chesney e,ee,eA.A..e,ee.e.,.e e,ue7.e T om Trotter
Charley Wykeham ,e,ee,e. e,e,e, D an Bailey
Lord Fancort Babberley ,e,,,,e,,,, Bob Donelson
Brassett ,e,e,,e,e .,v,, ,e,e,.r,,,e,,,,e. e.,,e, J e r ry Hughes
Donna Lucia D' Alvadorez ,,,e,. ,, Jaynie Taylor
Kitty Verdun ,t,,,, .,t,t ,,,..,..t D , .,t.. D onna Pless
Amy Spettigue tttt.t tt,r.t,.. A lice Ann Hart
Ela Delahay ,,t, t,.,... S hirley Jo Woolery
"Charley,s Aunti' by Brandon Thomas was
chosen as the Senior Play this year. Charley
and Jack wanted to invite their girls to their
rooms before they left for a vacation. Des-
perately in need of a chaperone the announce-
ment that Charley's aunt was arriving at
noon seemed to solve the problem. Later they
received a telegram from his aunt saying that
she wasn't coming. Consequently, Lord Fan-
cort Babberley made a charming aunt dress-
ed in Wig and black dress. Later the trouble
all started when Charley's aunt really arrived
and brought her niece, Ela Delahay, along.
Through 'thick and thin everything finally
came out alright with the coming marriages
of Jack and Kitty, Charley and Amy, Ela
and Babberley, and Sir Francis Chesney and
Donna Lusia D, Alvadorez.
The halls looked wide, long and scary
to many of us, on the first day of our
freshman year at UHS. After we broke
the ice of newness, we sponsored the first
dance of the class of 1952. The cafeteria
was decorated with pink and blue streamers
and large silver raindrops to usher in April
and to carry out our theme of the dance,
The sophomore year started with an e-
lection of the sophomore council. Led by
the council, the sophomore class planned
its second dance. Trying to get away
from the traditional dances, we decided on
"The Hobo Hop" and required eveyone
to dress as much like a hobo as possible.
The idea caught on, and the cafeteria look-
ed more like a hobo convention than an
ordinary dance, as everyone came dressed
in patched jeans, floppy hats and barefoot.
The theme of the dance was carried out
with decorations of a huge hobo on the
wall and an electric train with the pro-
verbial "hobo fire" in the middle. Clos-
ing our sophomore year as we had opened
it, we had our election of the officers for
our coming junior year.
Rings were the first things that occupi-
ed our thoughts, as our ring committee vot-
ed on and selected our class rings. An excit-
ed class slipped their rings on and knew
when they did so, that the class of "SZ" was
After the excitement of class rings was
over, our carnival practices started with
weeks of hard work and fun put together.
Not one of us will ever forget the "Mardi
Gras Stage Show," the French Room, or
the halls filled with people, all enjoying
our big success-the carnival.
Our annual dance during our junior
year was the 'tSnowflake Shuffle." The
sparkling, artificial snow and large silver
snowflakes made it one of the best dances
of the year.
On Junior Joe day, we came to school
with suits, heels and frills galore. The junior
class tried to look their best on this annual
occasion at U. H. S.
Our senior year started off with some-
thing brand new. This was the first year
for our new football field. The first sea-
son on our new Univee Field was success-
ful, and there were none prouder than the
first seniors to play on the fields. A senior
was elected for both football queen and
Our homecoming game was the time for
one of the most interesting activities of
the year, when all four classes constructed
homecoming decorations. The lawn was
filled with signs, posters, cars, and beds
telling how we were going to win our
game. A prize was given to the class
with the best decorations.
We watched our last sectional tourney,
and many of our boys play for the last
In spring We realized things were draw-
ing to a closeg and in one last fling before
we became serious graduating seniors, we
had tramp day. Costumes, old corncob
pipes, lanterns and torn jeans adorned the
halls and classes all day.
The Junior-Senior banquet and prom for-
mally opened senior week-a time of part-
ies, picnics, and dances, that were our last
good times with our entire class.
Last of all in our high school career, came
commencement and baccalaureate. These
were sad moments for us all, when we
saw some of our friends for the last time.
These were happy moments too, for We
realized We had reached our goal after four
years of hard work. We took our last
look at the halls of old UHS and wished
that these four years had not rushed by us
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Junior Class sponsors were Eugene Oliver
Miss Virginia Kruse, and Alwyn Carder. Their
officers were Arthur Fell, president, Fred And-
rews, vice-presidentg Phyllis Rich, secretary,
and Arvon Allen, treasurer. They worked to-
gether to lead the class through a busy year.
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born as chairman of their Junior Cunival
The carnival had as its theme, "San Frmcisco
and the Barbary Coast." They also sponsor
ed the annual Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom
on May 10.
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In addition to sponsoring successful dances
on January 25 and on March 21, the Sopho-
mores ordered their class rings this year. Their
council-members are Sandra Zike, Jan Casner,
Carol Cason, Miss Spear, Mary Poolitsan, Diane
Abram, Mr. Malsbary, Bob Baker, Kenny Rob-
inson, Jack Stangle, Dick Anderson and Phil
Carol C ascl n
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The Freshmen have been active in their first
year of High School. They held a dance on
March 15. They also followed their basket-
ball team closely, electing Leona Wallace,
Dudley Appelman, Kenneth Faler, Judy Step-
hens, and Carol Cassidy as their yell-leaders.
Mary Ann Burger
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Things lmvc clmngcd
lflrif mn: lforrest Vfells, Ralph Reeves,
john Sira, Rawlin W'alker, lfddie Crouch,
Merlin Bennett, Mike Ross, Richard Sau-
vain, Louis Silvervtein, Sondra Terinin.
Srroml r'mz': .lanet Staley. Virginia Sar-
her, Marilyn Mills, Debbie Wnldeli, Bob
Talbot, Bill Smith, Shirley Richardson,
,Ioan Rice, Terry Thompson.
Tflirfl run: Marsha Richardson. Barh-
ara Spannuth, Alanna Zoe Peake, Zannie
Rieh, Alohn Stempel, Nancy Hughes, Betty
Mclianitnon. Stuart Mitchner, lftldie
l'-0Ill'f!V I'0Il'i ,Ianet Rogers, lmogene Pat-
ton, Helen May. Michael Coyle, Kenneth
Vfall, Peggy lleterwon, Morris Stivers.
lflizxt mu: Fred Qlollitf, wlamex Yale, Bob
Ncllis, Fdgnr Arthur, Ciilhert Set-her, Dick
Ream, Ray johnson.
Srfomf vnu: Phil legge, Martha l.ou
Flecner, Laura King, Joanna Gottfried. Na-
omi Stephen. Amy Salshury, Martha Hond-
ley, Rebecca Stoner, Phil Fagan, Dave
'l'lm-il rnu: Ross Ritter, Anne Brodie,
Rita Baldridge, Sue Ann Hays, Mary Meade
Whlker, Vernelle lfcrgtuon, -Ioan Bartlett,
Pat Brown, ,lack Doyle.
l"our'Ifv mu: Dick Alonen Howard ling-
liih, tiene Reese, Morris Binkley, ilohn Ben-
der, Chris Smith, Max Butcher, Bill Hodges.
I-'irif run: Tracy Turley, Richard Bar-
row, .lames Ahhit, tiilhert Mullis, David
lfultl, Bill Barger.
Sruumf mir: klohn Bailey, Boh -lohmon,
qlcrry Krcbhs., Daniel Hodge, Retta Krebbs,
Sharon Herbin. Betty Cooper, Myrtle Hat-
ehett, Sheila Harrison, Cieeil Hudson.
Tliinl rout Ronald Keene, jack Barns,
Richard Gilliland. Helina Oinae, Barhara
Craig, lfdna Covey, -lohn Hardy.
l'o11rll1 Y'U1l'f Bob lioster, lired Fox, -lohn
lfvans, Bob Fleetwood, .Iamcs W"ork, james
lfcltland. Ruth Baker, l'ranees Ranard,
linxl rout jason llillenhurg, Claude
Stiyers, Iirie Neuman, Douglas Rae, Steve
Wiser, Phillip Deekartl.
Sr't,'0llil role: Dorothy Meyerx, Karen
Sims, Ann Baker, Marilyn May, Mary Silces,
Carol Gilliland, Iierneee XValker, Peggy
Dodds, l,eroy Fleener.
Tlvirfl run: Clifford Van Hook, Helen
llope, Sue Baker, Ann Gnlvy, Alulie Berge-
yin, llarlvara Richardson, W'antl.l Stan-
eomb, Shirley Kinser.
Iiunrffi rmr: Donna Payne, Kay lfclmoml-
son, Nlfinnie lvlmier, Deniexe Mellaniels,
Carol Appleyarel, Phyllis Dulse.
liizixl Hill: Cecil Mullis, Nlfilliani Nelson,
.lean Carlson, ,lane Stephens, Clara I,ee
Shatlley, Alane Stangle, liarlmra Deekartl,
-loe XY'illiams, Pauline Smith.
S4'1'UlIi1 I'UIl'Z Daviil Deeliartl, 'lierry lxlir
lilhinney. Melissa lialtlwin, David lfowler,
Rose Marie W'elilm, Libra .Ian Cflcvelantl,
Marcia Meyer, Alean lleterxon. liolm XY'alLlen,
Tfliril Voir: .Ierry Smallwonml. Xlfarren
Melflary, ,lack l'iV2lI1h, larry Sinn, Pat
lloadley, Pat Burnett, lfugene Hollers, Don
larngdun, .lim Terman.
l'i0lIVf!7 run: Richard Deekarnl, Ann
lfoxter, .loan Velter, Susie Summers, Bill
Spriggs, Norman Deekartl, Bill Krueger,
lfirif mir: Melville Declurel, lfretl
Barnliill, W'illarel Stevens, lfmmon Shaw,
Paul lforrext, Paul Melfvoy.
Swrallif run: Bill Briscoe, Larry l,aymon,
Donald llray, Ruth Meiilintoek, Glenna
XV,hite, Becky Abram, Barbara Abbitt,
'lifriril run? l.incla foerner, Sandra Lan-
tlreth, Nancy lluntington, Maude Richard-
son, Maxine lflarding, I.imla Robertson,
Ruth Robertson, Ruth Kenter, Janet
lionrlfw ron: Hola Xvylie, Charles Cflelantl,
Billy Harmon, Paul lillis, George Dunn,
Tommy XVeir, Myrtle lfnglish, Phyllis
Barnes, Dorn Stewart, .leanettc Adams,
liolwlwy Docltlw, Tiiu Raun.
l'4Il'Sf run: Mike Myers, jerry Wlarring,
Milo Sampson, Cameron Vfilson, Steve
Sl'1'UIIil mu: Douglas Vfilson, .lan Von-
XVagtendonk, Susan Spriggs, Pat Murphy,
Susan Moss, -lohn Mahan, Patty Brogneaux,
Tfviril mir: .Ierry lftnier, Ann Crowell,
Susan W'eiser, Audree Hedges, Sue Dale,
.Indy Anderson, Donna Bush, Marilyn Sar-
l"nurllv rout lilivaheth Zorn, ,lune Seag-
ers, Susanne Duty, Frank Lewis, Nanev
Wentworth, Sandra Nelson. Madie Forrest.
final mir: Phil lfgan, Teddy Legge,
Alohn NVonden, David Smith, Robbie leon-
ard, Ronny Mills.
Sffllllil mu: ,ludy Otteson. Iillen Mal-
oney, Sigrid lfrenv, Carolyn Dale, Beth
Bruner, Karen Heard. jackie Harrell.
Tllirif rout Mrs. Snyder, Kay Hensinger,
.Ioyec Green, .Ianice W'itmer, Tommy Blank.
Paul Irwin, Bill Bl'l1lHlUCll, Paul Frenl.
Noi I'iif11ml: lkey Iluls, Teddy Dar-
nell, Iiarlenc W'ingard, Larry Fuller, Bar-
bara Mooney, Gladys Bruner, Virginia
Dowes, Steve Ferguson.
I-'nal ruu': Larry Reinhardt, Martin Bid-
ncy, Bill Snyder, Chris Mclivoy, jimmy
Fagan, Tommy Hudson, Douglas Horton,
David Collcr, jerry Carpenter.
Swullil rout ,luelith Thurston, Donald
Cameron, Karen Laws, Oran johnson, Mary
Ann Diekcrman, Alemison Faust, Sara lillis,
'flririf mir: Sarah Barker, Danny Mc-
Pheron, Sherry Myers. Polly Crowell, Hazel
Culfy, Buddina Herhin, Denny Hale, .ludy
Fourflv role: Sandra Bayliff, Ricky New-
ton, Sally lfemal, Frank Horack, Ann
Christensen, Anna Stokes.
lilrxi row: Billy Hoge, David McMullan,
Keith Nelson, Marty Otteson, Williani
Diekerman, Ligaya Soriano, john Bruner,
Srrmzil mir: jimmy Kent, Rickey Hud-
son, Robert XV.ittson, Ralph Seifert, Sharon
Atkinson, Stephen Young. Karen Neuman,
jimmy Applewhite, Carol Cameron, Sam
XY'entworth, Ann Burton.
Tfwiril role: johnny Bob Foster, David
Frye, Sylvia Doty, David Morgan, Nancy
lrwin, Peter Schmidt, Sue Allen, Dickie
Skirvin, Brenda Brummett, Dick Hendricks,
I"unrllr mir: Stevie Taekitt, Mrs. Phil-
lips, Lowell Carmony, Miss Stansberry,
Freddy Dunn, Marilyn Barnes, Miss Nel-
son, Mareia Mee, Kathy Snyder, Billy Hart-
man, Miss Spray, Marilyn Brown.
I"irif1'n14': Dick Seritehneld, Ronald Rein-
hardt, Nwillicim Harrington, W'ayne Wit-
mer, Stephen Myers, Bryan Waldeii,
Strom! mir: Vicki Savage, Vieki Faust,
Landa Dale, james Leonard, Charles Gray,
Katherine Schmidt, Barbara Karsell, Peter
Nwittson, Martha Taekitt, I.ynn Ann Van-
Meter, joe Strain.
Tfiirif rnu': Carol Andres, Mary Myers.
Mary Ann Collar, Thomas Louer, Mary jo
Fagan, llleanor Fell, Merilynn Beard, joannc
Darby, Dale Retallaek, Teena Freeman,
l'iIl'Xf rout Bill Bynum, Susie Stevenson,
Pamela Harrington, Billy Peterson, Helen
Neumann, Patty Talbot, jane Ann Hoge,
Rusty Abram, Wfayne Moon.
Sugorzil rout jack Brummett, Karen Ful-
ler, David Talbott, jane Coffey, john Bur-
ton, Susie Whiltz, Donna Hays, joey Hail,
Maggie Dyer, Michael Monroe.
Tlriril Voir: Fileen XVilleford, Marilyn
Kenna, Michael Gl'iourdjian, Marilyn Hud-
son, Tim Snyder. Donna Horton, Bob
Ruley, Cynthia Bartlett, john l,innemeier,
Karen Mann. Sondra Shotts, Susan Ransome,
lfiriif ruir: Steven Bodenier, Skippy Cro-
well, Micliael Owen, Dierk Bynsburger,
Nelda Barker, Caroly Gustin, Tommy Ol-
sen, Craig Fowler. Rena Bidney. Colleen
Siwiriil mn: Gail livans, Antliony Lokot,
Susan Black, Stephen Obenlantl, Nancy
Brown, David Spriggs, Caroline Von WAIK-
tendonk. Mieliael Nordlierg, Becky Vfliit-
ilifiiril r11u': Don Cline, Carlyle Hill.
Ruth Beliarriell. Cliris Rivers, Pamela Reil-
ing, Diana Bennett, Linda Lou Koepku,
Steven White, Anna l.ee Alexander, Susanne
Talbot, Diane Dixon.
Siurlml: Sarali jane Hope, Alan lrwin,
,lan Thurston, David llennnn, Greg liais-
ley, Faria Validat.
Shlrnlingf lirancea Stokes, ,Iolin Gaiser,
liddie Hoppe, Don Adam, Doug Canriglit,
Rickie Richmond, Diana Brogneaux, lirie
N01 I'ii'luri'tl: Scott Greene, Susan Mei-
ser, Judson Mead.
Ifirxf Voir: Ross llowe, Chuck Tlionip-
son, Vincent Savage, Butcli Broatltluw, Heidi
Krack, lfdward Long.
Semriil mic: Bobby Hendricks, Donald
Learning, Susan Mann, Georgia Tien, Diane
Vance, Bobby Berrett, Gary Gray, Ricky
'I'lriril' mir: Claire Malian, linda Dale,
liric Wintlier, Patty Morgan, Susan Keisler,
lfdwartl Mcifrea, Will Dunn, Virginia
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Silfiugr klaynie Taylor, Barbara Bergevin, Pat Hookcy, Shirley Woolery,
Alice Hart, Barbara Hopf, Jan Casncr, Nancy llohnson, Kitty McClintock,
Anne Marie Van W'agtcndonk.
liirxl row, .xlizlliflrlgi George Spangler, Nancy Xvinter, .Ieannine Staplcy,
Carolyn Donelson. Mary Poolitsan. Aludy Pigg, Sandra Zike, Donna Pless,
Svrmlil ruu': Kenneth Faler, Veralyn Turner, ESKIICF Irwin, Diane Ala-
ram, Kathy Moore, Phyllis Rich, -lane Hicks.
Tliiril mir: Dudley Appelman, Dick Anderson, Kenny Iickland, Nancy
Holland, Tom Trotter, Sandra Tregilgus, Suzie Keck, Georganne Vfhaley,
I'.UlH'fl7 muf: Bob lidwards, Ralph Pogue, Bill liranvmann, Bob Donelson.
George McClain, Arvon Allen, Dave Sonneborn.
President Bill Franzmann, Business Manager Phyllis
ich, Vice-President Bob llimelwn, Secretary Barbara Ber-
Jordan Jesters, dramatics club, is divid-
ed into three groupsg heelers, regular mem-
bers, and Thespians. Tryouts are held in
the fall to admit new members. The club
has as its goal, the sponsoring of theatrical
and dramatic activities within the school,
maintaining the stage, and generally striv-
ing for high standards of dramatic presen-
tations. Mr. Donald Walstrum is the club's
sponsor. Bill Franzmann is presidentg
Bob Donelson, vice-presidentg Barbara Ber-
gevin, secretary, and George McClain,
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The Jordan Jesters presented as their chief
activity of the year a production of "Gut of
the Frying Pann. This was a three-act comedy
about six stage-struck boys and girls who, after
many days of hard luck and odd adventures,
finally land parts in a big play.
In order to have a place to live, the three
boys and girls live together in one apartment
which in itself causes misunderstandings. The
fun just begins when one of the girl's father
finds out about this arrangement and the
police are called in on a murder which is ZICE-
ually only a rehearsal for the play. Club mem-
bers constructed the set with the help of Don-
ald Walstrum, sponsor and director.
In March they took a trip to Indiana State Teachers College
in Terre Haute to visit a theatre workshop. Earlier in the
year they attended a speech workshop at Indiana University.
The heelers presented a one-act play for the club members.
Later, regular members Worked with Thespians to present
Drama Night, a series of three one-act plays. Jordan Jesters
provides dramatic experience for those interested in the field
Firsl row: Alice Hart, Mary Bou-
vier, Donna Baird, Sandra Tregil-
gus, Janet Franklin, Diane Cason.
Sevoml rout Donna Pless, Phyllis
Prince, Sarah Burke, Leah Butcher,
Mary Ann Burger, Frances Cassidy.
Tllirrf rout Harold Yale, Dan
Bailey, Bill Franzmann, Kenny lick-
land, Mr. McQueen.
Fonrlfa row: Ralph Pogue, Bob
Donelson, George McClain, George
Apple-yard, Don Dunham.
The purpose of the Math Club is to stimulate interest in
mathematics and to get a glimpse of some non-classroom
aspects of math. Bill Robinson is president of the club and Mr.
Walter Gingery is the sponsor. The members have done some
Work concerning the fourth dimension.
The requirements for membership in the Science Club are to
pass an examination in science and to carry out a project. The
club meetings are discussions of reports and field trips. Jack
Stangle is president and Mr. Wayne Gross is sponsor.
Firxl row: Duane Carmony, Dave
Seroml row: Bill Robinson, Mr.
Fin! row: john Richardson, john
Clayton, Sybil johnson, Mackey Mc-
Roberts, Albert Gaston, I 0 h n
Seroml row: Clark Kaschube,
Larry Ruddick, Jack Stangle, Tom
Barton, john Tangeman, james
Hope, Philip Doty.
Pirxl row: Judy Hardin, Beverly Vfaldon,
Gerry Ratliff, Frances Taylor, Sue Robert-
son, Barbara Head, Ruby Jacobs.
Suvoml row: Mildred Cain, Lois Fads,
Shelby Galyan, Betty Bower, Martha Fulu,
Third row: Jackie Sims, Vonna Jo
Pritchard, Fern Cray, Fllen Douglas, Irma
I-'irxl row: Holm Neuman, Don Wilbiir,
Phyllis Pedro, Naomi Wlalker, Carol Dona-
hue, Tressie Turley, Sarah Cummings,
Srroml row: Joan Boruff, Wilnia Hol-
lers, Joan Hillenburg, Eleanor Fielder, Betty
Hawkins, Hazel Corman, June Reeves.
Third row: John Leavitt, Phyllis Flecner,
Maivereen Knapp, Patsy Crouch, Marie
Seroggins, Sarah Burke.
liourllr ruu': Mr. Malsbary, Don Star-
buck, Bertha W'illiams, Fred Wanipler, Bob
Dickerman, Bill Baylilf, Patty Shields.
With Miss Joyce Konzelman as sponsor, the Future Home-
makers of America have participated in numerous activities.
They stuffed toys for the Christian Center and sponsored a
style show for convocation in the spring. Frances Taylor is
president of F. H. A.
The members of the Typing Club are taught the basic fun-
damentals of touch typewriting by Mr. Dean Malsbary, their
sponsor. Naomi Walker is president of the club. After master-
ing the technique of the machine, they spend time typing
themes or letters.
During the year the Future Teachers of America visited the
county grade schools and attended a class in elementary educa-
tion. Roberta Fox is president, Harlyne Hilliker is secretary,
and Mr. A. Pryce Noe is the sponsor of this club. The pur-
pose of the club is to inform the members about teaching.
The aims of the U-Men's Club are to create an active inter-
est in athletics, to afford an opportunity for boys with athletic
ability, and to represent the school in sports. This year the club
provided printed programs for football and basketball games
and awarded the "Al Hermann trophy. Walter Gray is sponsor
and Bill Robinson is president.
First row: Margaret Edmondson, Roberta
Fox, Mary Ellen Bower, Sylvia Harrison.
Svfoml row: Jane Trumpy, Barbara
Hopf, Kay Wenslaff, Harlyne Hillilter.
Tbinl row: Russell Noyes, Mr. Noe,
First row: Dick Fender, Tim Wininger,
Bud Wylie, Dave Griffith, Ronald Mills,
Eddie Wilson, Mr. Gray.
Second row: Delmar Mullis, Frank
Pruett, Ted Moorman, Bill Ream, Greg
Devejian, Dave Sonneborn.
Third row: Cecil Ratliff, Billy Jones,
Bill Seagers, Kenny Robinson, Bill Andrews,
Dave Hankins, Tommy McCammon.
Fourth row: George McClain, Bob Gil-
more, Arvon Allen, Ralph Nelson, Eddie
Hudelson, John Neal, Dave McCracken
Bill Robinson, Ted Cadieu.
Firsl row: Janet Martin, Suzie Fender,
Martha White, joella Lane.
Svroml row: Kathleen Fagan, Ann Pooli-
itsan, Mary Lou Craig, Frances Cassidy.
Third row: Ted Moorman, George Ap-
plcyard, Dan Bailey, Priscilla Mitchell.
Firxf row: Barbara Durnal, Louella Mc
Cammon, Shirley Noel, Anne Petersen,
Phyllis Floyd, Carol Sinn.
Srrond row: Patty Dodds, Judy Ross,
Carol Sarber, Miss Knudsen, Betty White
Ruth Dodds, Evelyn Fielder.
The members of the Choral Club are mainly interested in
group singing and enjoyment. During the meeting they also
listen to classical and popular records. Mr. William McQueen
is sponsor of the club and there are no officers.
The goals of the Future Nurses Club are to learn about the
field of nursing and how to administer minor first aid. The
members sponsored a convocation and visited the Indiana Uni-
versity Medical Center. Miss Marcella Knudsen is sponsor.
Pro eetoras Club
The Projectors Club is headed by jack Frame, student spon-
sor, and Mr. Thurston, faculty sponsor. John Neal is student
manager and Paul Kinser is his assistant. On one of their field
trips the members went through the Indiana University
The Journalism Club, sponsored by Mr. Ben Ervin, helped
with the Quad concession stand and held a rummage sale this
year. Members work to earn points for admittance to the Quad
Staff and help prepare school news for the town paper.
Ifirxl row: Greg Hardy, Albert Cain,
Paul Kinser, Dick Hudelson, QI. A. Frank-
lin, Harold Yale, jim Gobert, Marvin Ful-
ler, Billy Kinser.
Srruml r'r1u': W'illard Hawkins, Wiiiifreil
May, Eddie VUilson, Byron Hadley, Dick
Fender, Bob Tully, Wilyiie Mullis.
Tfliril ruu': .lack lirame, Mr. Thurston.
l,eo Haganinan, Gilbert Trinkle, Bud Wy-
lie, Dick Berrctt, Bob Appleyard, Bob
I'i0IH'fl7 mir: ll4'll'4lld Ooley, Bill Knapp,
Russell Turley, john Neal, Ted Cadieu,
Donald Cfoller, John Campbell, -Iohn Krent-
Ifiraf r'uu': Alice llart. Nancy W'inter,
Nancy Holland. janet Martin, Nancy
Reeves, ,Iudy liigg, Carol Ciason, Diane
Abram, Shirley W'oolery.
Swouil row: Pat Hookey, Rena Stump,
Carol Cassidy, Harlyne Hillikcr, Sharon
Wylie, Virginia Trumpy, jane Casner.
Tlrirrl rou': Gretchen Grueger. Cather-
ine Craig, Francey Allen, Helen Topolgus,
Mary Poolitsan, Barbara l.ee Crouch, Car-
Iiolfrllr rou': Don Atkinson, Bill Mar-
shall, Cygna Iinterline, Nancy Neal, Jeanne
Gilmore, W'alter South, Anita Stapleton.
Fiflfr rout Veralyn Turner, llsther lr-
win, Bob Edwards, Phil Richardson, Margy
Rash, rlohn Ficrst.
I-'irsl row: Barbara Fierst, Norma Honey-
Second row: Beatrice Walker, Caroline
Third row: Dorothy White, Luclla Pen-
rose, Phyllis Prince, Mr. Sembower.
First row: W. R. Dunn, john Runden,
Bill Ream, Fred Andrews, Carol Cason,
Nancy Recvcs, Diane Cason.
Scvoml row: Jay Ellis, Wigs Wilson,
john McFall, Donna Baird, Nancy Hilliker,
Barbara Alm, Judy Krentler.
Third row: Greg Devejian, Frank Ed-
mondson, Art Fell, Dave Griffith, Frank
Pruett, Mary Bouvier, Miss Spear.
Faurflr row: Tim Wininger, Bill An-
drews, Phil Hodge, Ronald Mills, Fritz
Members of the Reading Club are given the opportunity to
preview new books bought by the library. Panels were also
formed to discuss the merits and defects of the new books. The
club started a scrapbook of all school activities appearing in
Members of the Games Club are mainly interested in enjoy-
ing the sociability of friends and providing artivities for their
leisure time. Bridge, canasta, chess, and many other card games
are played. Miss Josephine Spear is the sponsor.
The officers of the Scrapcrafters are Paul
Bradley, presidentg Cecil Ratliff, vice-presi-
dent, and Billy Stidd, secretary. Throughout
the year the members have made useful and at-
tractive projects out of usuable scrap materi-
als. Mr. Edgar Stahl is their sponsor.
Firxf row: Bill Stidd, jim
Kinser, Mr. Stahl.
Srroml row: Paul Bradley,
Fddic Hudclson, Cecil Rat
The Blue Tri members work jointly with the
Reading Club members in helping with the
library displays and exhibits. They made scrap-
books for hospitals, rag dolls for underprivi-
leged children, and collected articles of cloth-
ing to be distributed by the American Red
Firxt row: Mary Ann Bur-
ger, Justine Dane.
Svroud row: Miss Kruse.
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A visit to the University School
athletic department would show
Truus what a tremendous part sports
play in the life of the American boy
and girl. Of 140 boys enrolled in
school, 100 are candidates for the
Those candidates have a choice in
the fall between cross country and
footballg in the winter between
basketball and wrestling, and in the
spring between track and golf.
The girls are equally sports
minded. The G.A.A. offers opportu-
nities to play basketball, hockey,
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130110111 rout Bill Marshall, Mackey MeRoberts, Cfharles Freeman, John Clayton, Don Starbuek, Diek lludelson, Byron Hadley, -lim
Smith, jay lillis, Bob Stone, Deane Kingsbury, Glen Bonsett, assistant coach, Vlkilter Gray, varsity coach.
SKTUIIKI rout jamie Hope, -lack Stangle, Phil Richardson, Dave Hginkins, Ed Hudelson, XV. R. Dunn. Charles Gaston, jerry Vin
Dyke, lired Andrews, .Iohn Smith, Don Coller, .Iohn Neal, vnanngerg Dave McCracken, manager.
Tfvirfl raw: Larry lsom, Keith Richardson, Vlhiyne Mullis, Bill Jones, Tom McCnmmon, Kenny Robinson, john Campbell, Ceeil Rit
lilf, Dave Robinson, Delmar Mullis, Bill Andrews, Dave Bucher, A. Franklin.
I-'onrllw 1'nu': Frank Pruett, Dave Griffith, Bud NX'ylie, Ted Cadieu, Dick Fender, George McClain, Ralph Nelson, Ronnie Mills, john
McFall, Dave Sonneborn, Fritz Krueger.
Tofu run! jerry lsoni, Bill Seagers, lid Vlfilson, Sonny South, jim Srigall, Bob Gilmore, Aryon Allen, Rob Tully, Bill liaylifli, Gr
The year 1951 was a bright one for Uni-
versity Sehool's football team. Competing for
the first time under the lights of the sehool's
new field, the team compiled the best record
any Univee football team has made.
DAVE SONNEBORN CECIL RATLIFF
WALTER GRAY MANAGER DAVE McCRACKI3N
Although left with young, inexperienced
personnel this year, the Univees opened by
smashing Dugger S4-0 to avenge the two pre-
vious defeats by Dugger. Sparked by an on-
slaught of end runs by Wilson, line smashes
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by Andrews and Fender's passes to Cadieu and
Hudelson, the score climbed. Midway in the
third period Griffith made a 75-yard dash to
add another touchdown. Later Gilmore covered
53 yards in an end-around play to score the
last T D
The Univees opened their home season on
the new athletic field by easily downing Green-
castle, 13-0. Showing much power in the line,
although outweighed, the Graymen came
through with T. D.'s by Andrews and Gilmore.
Next on Linton's field the Univees bowed
31-14 to the Coal Miners, rated second team in
the state prep rankings at the time. Showing
brilliant defensive play and an aggressive of-
fense the team romped over Mitchell 19-0 for
the third win.
For the third home game and fourth victory,
the Univees halted the Bedford Stone Cutter's
winning streak with a 12-U win over them. At
,Iasonville the University men came back from
an early 7-0 deficit to overcome the Hornets,
Win 7g Lose 2
19-7. A 43-yard touchdown was scored by
half back Dave Griffith who advanced 127
of the Univee's 153 yards gained on thi.-
ground. On the night that Univee Field was
named, the UHSers routed Martinsville, 19-0.
The second defeat was suffered at the hands
of North Vernon. The luekless Univees, after
a number of drives stopped just short of the
goal line, were edged by North Vernon's lone
touchdown in the fourth period, and lost. 6-0.
Iinding the season by downing the Mooresville
Pioneers, Z4-6, the Univees came out with .1
season's record of 7-2. Outstanding seniors who
saw action for the last time were Dick liender,
lid Wfilson, Bud Wylie, Dave Griffith, Bill An-
drews, George McGlain, Ronnie Mills, Greg
Deveiian, Ted Cadieu, Delmar Mullis, lirank
Pruett, and Ditto Nelson.
Fullback Bill Andrews and quarterback Dick
Fender were honored by election as Co-cap-
tains. Halfback Dave Griffith and Fender were
rated all-state honorable mention.
Roll em our' U115 completes pass.
llIlL'1'k'Cpll0l1. llel .1 Univee got ill
Best Season inee 946
Bill Andrews, Ted Cadieu, Bud
XY'ylie, Dave Griliith.
Dick Fender, lid Hudelson. Ted
Moormnn. Fd Vfilson.
Bob Gilmore, Dave McCracken
Tim Xvininger, Glen I- lionsett,
The Univees posted their best season record Brownstown Holiday Tourney. They Went all
since 1946 with a 13 Win 8 loss record. The the way by beating Brownstown 47-36 and in
Univees highlighted themselves by taking the the final game beating Medorn 63-54.
Wylie, lwl Wilson. Ted Moorman.
ln the Sectional tournament, the Univees
won their first game against Stinesville, 42-35
and in their second game lost to Martinsville
Three of the eight games lost by the.Univees
were in overtimes. The losses were to Elletts-
ville S4-60, Oolitic 36-38, and to Wglldron
60-62 in a double overtime. The Univees lost
their first home game on Bloomington high
sehool's gym floor, but did not lose one home
game on their own gym floor.
In the first game of the season, the Univee
cagers cracked the U-School basketball scoring
record against Worthixugtoii by one point. The
score was 80-34. Further on in the season the
boys broke the record again. This time by
three points, beating Stinesville 83-67.
At the close of the season, members of the
team elected Dick Fender and Ted Cadieu as
honorary co-captains. Dave McCracken was
awarded the trophy for hitting the highest
percentage of free throws.
Two victims of the Univees, Shawswick and
Jasonville, were sectional champs this season.
lxrlrrlllllq: larry lsom, klerry X an Dyke, ,lack Slangle, Tommy Meffammon, ,Iolm Smith, Bob Stone, Don Goodwin, ,Ierry Isom.
Slmnlnzg: ,lay lillis, statislieiang liritl Krueger, manager: Frank lfdmomlson, NX'arrCn Richardson, l.arrv Roddick, Phil Richardson
nhn Campbell, Alohn Rrentler, Arvon Allen, Dave Sonneborn, Dave Robinson, Kenny Robinson, Coach VC'alrer Gray.
KIIVVIIIIAQI lirill Krueger, managerg Glen lionselt, coach. XYl.lllCl' Gray, reserve coach: ,lay lfllix, slatistician.
Sftlllzlillgf Dave Griffith, liill Andrews, Di
ek lfender, Tim XY'ininger, Bob Gilmore, Dave Mcfracken, Ted l'atlieu. I-'tl lludelson, lim
Upjiii: 'fini t.iltes .1 tlive in lfllettsville game.
ilietl Qlndieti gives Lifter b.ilI, l.un'i'i': Gilnmre lungs the lull in game with lllnninington Pantlitis
U nivermit v
U IllVL'l'Sil v
, XY'nrtliingttin 34
, lzllettsville 00 qnverti
, State 611
, Spencer 40
, Blonmf:lelCl 52
, Smithville S0
, Brnwnsttrwn 36 ltnu
, Metlnra 54 Qtnurneyl
, Simwswielx 45
, liinuiningttm 33
, Onlitie XX lUVCl'lilNC4
, Muuresville 37
, fllirtinsville 45
, lieeeli Grove 34
, llllettsville 46
, Stinesville 67
, Xxvtlltlftlll 62
, lirovvnstown YS
42, Stinesville 35
lieeeli Grove 30
This year the Junior High did not fare so
well, but they did all right for the size of the
boys. The junior High had a new coach this
year, Fred Mills. Mr. Mills came to University
School from Ohio. The won, loss record of the
team was, 2 wins and 8 losses.
The Freshman team this year was under the
coaching of George Berry. Mr. Berry is new at
our school and he comes from Anderson High
School. The freshman team played nine games.
The team won one game while losing eight
QIUNIOR HIGH I'mASKl?TliAI,l,
K!li'1'ljllXf l'retl Mills. coach, louis Silverstein, l1l.lI1.1gCl'1 Danny Hodge, lU.ll1,1gCl'Q Ronnie Pfiller, .issistant coati
Sfilfltlillxf l'red llollitli, Phil Lange, Dick Ream, Bobby Dodds. Paul lfllis. George Dunn. liill Hodges, Dick Ciillilintl I'-ill Spinggs 1
Stivers, Mike Ross, Phil T:.lg.ll1,B0lD Nellis.
KlIA'i'lfllvQ.' llolni NL'llI11.lllI!, I11.ll1.'lj,U'l'Q Dick Hudelson, Buddy Bruce, ,lohn Richardson, .lim Smith, Bill Marshi xt to
Slilrlillllg: .Iohn Cilayton. Alamie llope, Bill lhyliff, tl. A. Tiranltlin, Phil Doty, Byron lhtlley, Don Stulmcli, john llat ts
Slamliug: Tim W'ininger, Bill Robinson, Uan Bailey, Ted Moorman.
KIIl'l'li7lXf George Berry, coach, Bob Diekernian, Steve FIULICHCY, Bill Ream
Four years of building a cross country team were
climaxed in the fall of 1951. The team swept through
an undefeated season to the sectional championship.
Not content with that, they went on to win second
place in the state meet, topped only by Anderson, for
the most successful season any Univee team has had
during the school's history. The Univee's leader and
pacer Tim Wininger, like the team, was undefeated
through the sectional and captured second
in the state meet.
The Harriers started the season by out-
scrambling French Lick on the steep hills
of the French Lick golf course, 22-33.
The next week on the Rea Park sectional
course in Terre Haute, the Univee Hill
and Dalers swamped Concannon of Terre
Haute, 18-37. The Univee Ridge runners
opened their home season on the Cascades
Golf Course by rocking Bloomfield by a
perfect score, 15-41. The Univees swept
across the finish in the first five places:
Wininger and Robinson, Ream, Moor-
man, and Bailey in that order. UHS next
met Bloomington in a six-way meet. The
Univees romped over the other five
teams with ease. The scores were UHS,
25, BHS, 42, Gerstmeyer fTerre Hautej,
79, Columbus, 82, Bloomfield and Fil-
Again visiting the Rea Park course, the
Univees ran in the annual pre-sectional
meet at Terre Haute. UHS was victor-
ious with 26 points and the others finish-
ed in order: Wiley, 61, Pimento, 71,
Gerstmeyer, 85, and Concannon, 93.
Wininger, Robinson and Ream finished
W ininger, Robinson lead the pack! Bailey finishes strong. i Ream crosses the line.
Nioorman beats his man. Wininger wins the sectional. Coach Berry figures the score
in that order with Moorman
9th and Bailey 11th. In the sec-
tional the Univees captured the
title with 37 points. The next
nine places were: BHS, 74,
Wiley, 1115 Gerstmeyer, 1133
Pimento, 1203 Jeff of Lafay-
ette, 122, Frankfort, 1673 Fil-
more, 170g Attica, 193 and
The state meet found the
Univees in second place behind
Anderson. The next six places
in order were North Side Fort
Wayne Qtied for secondj,
Shortridge, Tech of Indiana-
polis, and Muncie Central.
The building process of the
team has been aided by four
different coaches in the past
four years. This year's coach
was Mr. Berry, who came to
University school from Ander-
In their second year of wrestling, supervised
On your mark! Get set! Off for a perfect score against Bloomfield.
Four of this year's first five members, Tim Wininger, Bill
Robinson, Ted Moorman, and Dan Bailey, are seniors. The one
returning letterman, Bill Ream, will join with Steve Hoadley,
Bob Dickerman, and Phil Doty to form a nucleus for next
Bolfom row: Don Brown, Mackey MeRoberts. Dudley Appel-
man and John McFall.
T012 row: Dick Anderson, Buddy Sanders, Harold Ooley, and
student coach, Ken Barnes.
by Coach Gray, the Univees grappled in the
sectional at Bloomington. Harold Ooley, wrest-
ling at 133 pounds, placed thirdg W. R. Dunn
copped a fourth at 128 poundsg and Buddy
Sanders wrestled his way to fourth position
at 96 pounds.
Others on the team who wrestled in the sec-
tional were Bill Seagers, John McFall, Dick
Anderson, and Dudley Appelman. Charles Gas-
ton didn't get to compete because of a broken
From' row: Charles Freeman, David Bucher, Walter South, Bob Dickerman, Larry Isom, Bob Stone, Bill Ream, jerry Isom, Dean
Kingsbury, Jim Smith, Bob South.
SUCOIIKI row: Don Goodwin, Kenny Robinson, Steve Hoadley, Harold Ooley, Ted Moorman, Warren Richardson, Bill Seagers, Cecil
Ratliff, Byron Hadley, Bob Lake, John Smith, John Andrews.
Tbiril row: Bill Andrews, Dan Bailcy, Dick Fender, Don Coller, Tim Wininger, Bill Robinson, Larry Ruddick, john Campbell, john
Poling, Eddie Wilson, George McClain, Dave Robinson, Coach Walter Gray.
Track Team Strong in Relays
As the Jordannus goes to press it can carry
only the hopes and the schedule of the '52
track team-its record has not yet been writ-
The hopes of the team are necessarily based
on the results of the successful season of 1951.
During that spring the track team added tro-
phies to the school's collection from the Lin-
ton, Washington, and Delphi Relays. Dual
meet victims included Bedford, Martinsville,
Returning lettermen are Bill Ream, miler,
Tim Wininger, miler, who was defeated only
once during the regular season in 1951 and
placed third in the sectional, Ted Moorman,
sectional champion in the broad jump, Dick
Fender, sectional champion in the high jump,
Bill Robinson, half-miler, sectional champion
and third place winner in the regional, and Ed-
die Wilson, quarter-miler. Robinson and Wil-
son were members of the mile relay team which
Won the sectional, placed second in the regional
and fifth in the state meet.
Sfumliug: Ted Moorman, Tim XVin-
inger, Bill Robinson, Dan Bailey.
Firxi row: Dick Fender, lid Wilson,
During the '51 season Wininger set a new
school record of 4:44.6 in the mile and Robin-
son set new records of :53.1 in the quarter and
2:03.0 in the half mile.
Bolstering the returning lettermen are a host
of new comers including last year's freshman
half-mile relay team which won trophies at
Linton and Washington. With these prospects
Coach Walter Gray hopes to continue his win-
This year the team participates in the Howe
Relays, March 29, meets Bloomington April 10, ll
goes to Linton Relays April 23, travels to Rose
Poly for the Wabash Valley meet May 3, and
enters the sectional May 9, regional May 17,
and state meet May 24.
Frou! row: jim Stigall, john Hedges,
Dick Hudclson, Buddy Bruce, Don Brown.
Burlz row: Coach Bonsett, Jay Ellis,
Dave McCracken, Ted Cadieu, Bud Wylie,
W'iningcr lines up for the mile.
Wilson grabs baton in state meet
Robinson guts away in mile relay
The '52 golf team was left with an entirely inexperienced
group of players due to the graduation of all lettermen from
last year. Only a few of the returning boys have had actual
competition. The season opened with Linton on April 9 and
was followed by meets with Bloomington, Sullivan, April 17:
Gerstmeyer, April 194 Columbus, Martinsville, April 24:
Washington, April 26, Garfield, May lg Bedford, May 8:
Crawfordsville, May 155 and the sectional on May 17. The
only boy out for the team and not included in the picture was
W. R. Dunn.
Firxl row: Patty Hookey, sec.-treas.g Judy Krentler, pres.,
Phyllis Rich, vice-pres.
Svrolnl vow: Luella McCammon, basketball and tumbling,
Mary Bouvier, volleyball, Diane Cason, bowling, Judy Ross,
softball, Nancy Johnson, specdball.
Tlairil row: Mrs. Stewart, sponsor, Suzanne Keck, basketball
and tumbling, Donna Baird, hockey and publicity, Priscilla
Mitchell, track and archery, Nancy Hilliker, ping pong and deck
Noi pirllrruzf: Anne Peterson, hockey and publicity.
The Girls' Athletic Association was organized in
1943 by Mrs. Doris Stewart and Mrs. Franklin.
Mrs. Stewart is still its sponsor and supervisor.
The G. A. A. was organized to get the girls
more interested in sports. The sports which are
offered throughout the year are softball, speedball,
hockey, volleyball, bowling, basketball, deck tennis,
ping pong, track, archery, and tumbling.
Awards are given to members twice a year who
have the required number of points. To become
a member, one must have S0 points, additional
points are given for participation in each sport. The
number of points required for the numeral is 150,
for the chenille "U" 300, and 500 for the gold key.
The Executive Council is composed of the man-
agers of different sports. They have meetings at
which they plan the activities, social events, make
rules, and discuss problems which have arisen.
Every month, there is usually a social event
which members and pledges attend. During the
month of October, there was a Halloween party
given in the recreation room of the school. ln the
spring, there is a week set aside for rush week.
Every day during this week, something is planned
for the members to do. At the end of the week,
a slumber party is held in the school gym.
liirxl row: Kathleen Fagan, Donna Pless, Nancy Wiiiter, Alice Ann Hart, Patty Hookcy, Barbara Bere
gevin, Nancy Johnson, Mary Ellen Bowers.
Smvml row: Luella McCammon, Barbara Hopf, Roberta Fox, Mary Bouvier, Diane Cason, Frances
Cassidy, Sybil Johnson.
Third row: Jane Trumpy, Frances Taylor, Harlyne Hilliker, Judy Ross, Anita Stapleton, Phyllis Rich.
Folrrllr row: Barbara Lee Crouch, Nancy Holland, Donna Baird, Kathy Moore, Suzie Keck, Kathy
W'inslaff, Judy Ross.
Iiiflli row: Carol Sarber, Anne Peterson, Margaret Edmondson, Jane Hicks, Priscilla Mitchell, Nancy
Hilliker, Mary Lou Craig.
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