University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)

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Ok jtf ? mL, -te«£ V r 4k. ! JyQyaJ 1 A Gc 977. 707 R6?uhs 1 96? .Tor dan nus sVPVVj JORDANNUS 1962 University Schools Bloomington, Indiana The school building itself is an object in which we v ori;, we socialize, and we go about our daily lives. The spirit and closeness of unity at a crucial basket- ball game or at a time of mutual stress is something all our hearts have known at some time. This spirit is a warm and fulfilling feeling, and helps to make us rounded individuals. What is University School? When we count our heads, we find 67 faculty members and 1 138 stu- dents. But we are not simply a number— we are people with varied and sometimes complex expe- riences. As we study . . . act . . . socialize . . . participate . . . contemplate . . . think . . . react . . . and express ideas, we become intelligent, active members of society. University School opened officially in 1938 with the dedication of our present building. But as far back as 1 853 there was an observation University School on campus for future educators, and by 1 897 practice teaching was introduced in a " laboratory " high school. In 1911 this school was expanded to include an elementary school program. Since 1938, the enrollment has increased from approximately 680 students in grades 1-12 to about 1200 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. After twenty-three years, only one original teacher is still with us, Mr. Kenneth Thurston, head of the social studies department. Although no stu- dents remain from the first few graduation classes of University High School, we still remembei x hem through such awards as the Al Hermann Aware L. the outstanding athlete of the year. Although our heritage is short in years, our back- ground is filled with learning and rich experience. Much of this learning and rich experience has been acquired because we are fortunate enough to be a university high school, having the benefits and aid of the Indiana University campus at our disposal. For instance, many of our students are registered in IU classes. We also benefit greatly when a professor or administrator comes to our classes to give a speech on an especially interesting event or personality. It is obvious that we are indeed fortunate to be linked with Indiana University. In 1961, the Indiana State Legislature passed a bill grant- ing permission for the con- struction of a new University School. Since then teachers and staff have been busy pre- paring various lists that state, among other things, how many square feet each will need to operate successfully. The teachers may have mut- tered about this added work, but their labor will not be in vain. The new school, which will be built on the corner of Bypass 46 and Tenth Street, will be up-to-date with many modern facilities. It is to be a one-story building with a ca- pacity of 2000 students and a gymnasium which will be five times as big as our pres- ent one. As it looks now, the class of 1964 will be the first class to graduate from the new and beautiful University School. This is the architect ' s conception of our new school in the plan- ning stage. U-School is composed of ten departments in the junior and senior high schools, and an elementary department. The elementary department concen- trates on recognizing and challenging often-hidden abilities in the young child. The upper grades attempt to polish and widen the student ' s skills. There are three departments with staffs which teach students all through their University School career: music, art, and physical education. The mu- sic and art departments develop dexterity in their individual fields. The physical education department _ develops physical strength through their daily classes ' .and knowledge of the body through the health class- es. Its program also offers driver ' s education. An English department is the most basic and per- haps the most necessary department a school can have In addition to the required English courses, Journalism, the Novel, and Dramatic Literature are also offered at U-Schcol. By teaching the student to express himself fluently and clearly, and to under- stand what others say and write, the entire English department leads him to an increased enjoyment of our language. The University School program includes instruc- tion in four foreign languages: French, Spanish, Rus- sian, and Latin. The foreign language teachers con- centrate on teaching the customs and cultures of the foreign countries as well as the literature and his- tory of the country. Ancient and present day cultures, customs, and knowledge of governments in foreign countries as well as our own are taught by the social studies department. By studying past endeavors and inci- dents, students learn how to handle present and fu- ture situations. The science department is trying to encourage students who might someday become outstanding scientists in the world. It accomplishes this not only through the regular science courses, but also by en- couraging interest and participation in the annual Science Fair. The U-School mathematics department now of- fers a fifth year mathematics course, in addition to the required algebra. Interest in the mathematics field has grown to the point where University now has a math club— Ungawa, Ungawa, Ungawa, spon- sored by Jerry Mcintosh. The University High School business education de- partment teaches courses in bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand. The skills learned in these classes of- ten help the student in his career after graduation. The home economics department teaches boys and girls in the seventh and eighth grades basic knowledge of sewing and cooking. Kay Douglass plays the flute in the U-School band. Junior high students look at the pictures in Mr. Garrison ' s room whi!e Teena Free- man and Janet Tapp cook in Horne Ec. The first period physics class watch Col. Glenn ' s flight on television. A television camera in the TV room Since University School is a laboratory school, many experimental methods are used in teaching all grades. This year, science and language courses used new and different ways of teaching their classes. The chemistry and physics experimental classes, taught by Mr. William Inskeep and Mr. Lawrence Poorman, were quite similar. Both courses encour- aged and emphasized laboratory experimentation. The textbook was clarified by the lab work, ena- bling the students to understand more readily the principles and theories involved. A new language lab was installed in room 302 this year. The foreign language classes listened and repeated the material in the textbook, which had been tape recorded. This greatly aided the student ' s pronunciation and understanding of the foreign lan- guage. University School also participated in the Mid- west Airborne Television instruction program this year. Third grade and fifth grade, social studies, world history and U. S. history classes were par- ticularly taught by viewing classes transmitted from an airplane. The classes are taped and transmitted from an airplane so that schools in a larger area will be able to participate in the program. Anne Binkley and Mary Beth Braden practice French in the language lab. Bob Barrows pre- paring a bomb in chemistry. Mr. Neel, a student teacher in art, is helping three students while Mr. Bates and his U. S. History " K class watch Captain Kangaroo on television. ADMINISTRATION DR. HAROLD G. SHANE, Dean of the School of Education. DR. ARTHUR OESTREICH, Director of the Univer- sity Schools. The head of the U-School administration is Dean Harold G. Shane of the School of Education. Under him is our new director, Dr. Arthur Oestreich. We have three principals: Dr. John Ray, high school; Dr. Jack Cousins, junior high; and Mr. Richard Pell, elementary. Miss Dotty Lackey and Mr. William B. Stafford are the senior high deans while Miss Martha Jane Risser and Mr. Donald Barr are the junior high deans; In the senior high general office are found the secretary, the budget clerk, record clerk, and six student runners, one per period. Both the elementary and junior offices are kept running smoothly by able secretaries. A speech and hearing therapist and a psychometrist are also connected with U-School. 10 Mrs. Beth Foster and Miss Margaret Trampke do the secretarial work in the office while Mrs. Vera Rouse is the Budget Clerk. Mrs. Dorothy Chaney, not pic- tured, is the Records Clerk. DR. JOHN RAY DR. JACK COUSINS MR. RICHARD PELL ' J Jo ' U Carol Andres sells Ann Hofstetter pencils in the bookstore while ) Eleanor Fell watches. Janitors valiant- ly try to keep the school clean de- spite efforts of the many animals that enter the school. Delicious lunches are served daily by the cafeteria staff. V ITi.o 4 ■ 4 f f f ' ,A jte aicl the students is the goal of the library and cJrhe people working in it. The library consists of ap- proximately 10,500 books and 1 12 periodicals. Miss n Armstrong is the head librarian; Mr. Richard Ardery and twelve high school students serve as her assist- ants. Miss Armstrong and her staff are kept busy each day shelving, checking, mending, processing, ordering books, and filing cards. The school nurse, Mrs. Fran Winslow, with the help of her six office assistants, one per hour, at- tempts to keep us in good health. Dr. Borland is in the office for an average of seven hours a week. Our cafeteria is staffed by six cooks with four- teen students assisting them. It serves 500 people an hour and a half. Sophomore Vickie Patterson works at the cash register. Mr. Frank Smith is in charge of the bookstore, and is aided by four .student clerks. It is open five days iflJ ' r ,i, a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and stocks many use- il ' r Ll ' and necessary supplies. ( (r The above people and places, as well as many Aj. others, help make our school the wonderful place ' it is. to p and patient Marion Armstrong, Librarian Mr. Donald Barr, Social Studies Junior Hi Dean of Boys Devon Bates, U. S. History Mrs. Alice Beymer, Home Economics, F.H.A. Gertrude Brigham, Physical Education, Jr. Hi G.A.A., Jr. Hi Booster Club Sarah Brown, Third Grade Jo Anne Buerger, Elementary Art Mrs. Jeanne Butcher, English Quad, Quill and Scroll. Ben Clark, Russian Mrs. Joyce Clingroth, Math Marilyn Church, K-4 David David, Thjrd Grade Swimming Coach Mrs. Margot Dow ing, French, French Club, French Honorary Mrs. Lois Everard, Business Education Mrs. Elsie Field, Fourth Grade Benjamin Garrison, Social Studies, Jr. Hi Historical Society Phil Gearheart, Art, Jr. Hi Drama Club Mrs. Janet Groomer, K-4 14 Mrs. Nancy Grossman, English James Hayes, English William Inskeep, Chemistry, Junior Academy of Science Mrs. Lucy Johnson, First Grade Robert Kelley, Physical Education, Wres- tling, Track, Driver ' s Training Don Kruse, Art Miss Dotty Lackey, Dean of Girls, Cheerleaders, Booster Club Don Lewis, Physical Education, Basket- ball, Reserve Football, Baseball James Mason, English Jerry Mcintosh, Math, Student Council, Ungawa, Swimming, Cross Country Miss Barbara Miles, English, Jr. High Drama Club Fred Mills, Art A. Pryce Noe, Math Donald Paige, Math, Athletic Business Manager Mrs. Gail Parsons, Science Robert Pettijohn, Government, M.Y.C. Lawrence Poorman, Physics, Ph ysical Science, Junior Academy of Science William Prange, Art, Jordannus Spon- sor, Junior Prom Advisor 15 Mrs. Pat Pudduck, Elementary 1 Ronald Pudduck, Sixth Miss Martha Jane Risser, English, Jr. High Dean, Jr. Student Council John Shuman, World History Charles Souers, Science, MSE Josephine Spear, English, Lit. Club Marian Swayze, Elementary K-5 Nancy Tompkins, Elementary 2 Jerry Trinkle, Business Education K. B. Thurston, Social Studies, NHS Helen Vincent, Elementary 2 Donald Walstrum, English, Jordan Jest- ers, Thespians Joe Willman, Science Donald Winslow, Biology Lew Wise, Science Marilyn Ziegler, Home Economics 16 K-4 MORNING Anderson, Krissann Bagford, Becky Bergar, Nancy Brigham, David Bormoth, Laura Butlar, Vicki Church, Kendall Foster, Rick Gormezana, Geen Grant, Rahyn ' Hinshaw, Kevin Lynck, Suki Parry, Cindy Plock, Margie Schaub, Joe Smith, Gerald Smith, Phil Summerville, David Wasserman, Shara Welch, Carol Ann K-4 AFTERNOON Bartlett, Laura Cox, Karen Crosby, Cynthia Eddy, Margaret Paris, Janice Giiford, Tony Hartley, Lynn Hay, Lynn Hrisomolas, Tom Jordan, Mark Lewis, Mandy Martin, Nancy Ost, Danny Turner, Connie Wagnar, Stewart Weinberg, Geoffrey K-5 MORNING Barr, Jon Bebout, Jimmy Bormoth, Alan Chumley, Norris Cox, Julia David, John Danson, Denise Ferguson, David Holsinger, Paul Huntington, Tad Jones, Dong Lawlis, Abigail Lemay, Chris Matulic, Paul Mclntire, Lisa Pozatti, Gina Snyder, Kathryn Strong, Freddia Thompson, Terry Visher, Peggy K-5 AFTERNOON Beard, Gary Cox, Nancy Gay, Walter Hamilton, Steven Hrisomolas, Nick Hudson, Julie Long, Warren 17 P%f5 Milliman, John Nordberg, Carol Roberts, Gene e Rochwell, Barbara Rush, Jill Thomson, Mark Waltz, Judy Zimmering, Joslyn FIRST GRADE Bagford, Jeffery Barnhart, David Blair, Brian Brineman, Marsue Carter, David Colbert, Beth Ann Curran, Missy Derge, Dorothy Gore, Kathy Green, Eddie Hanson, Treyor Hay, Edward Hays, Donny Jewaideh, Dara Kelly, Regan McWhirter, Marianne Owensby, Craig Perry, Debbie Roach, George Roberts, Donna Roberts, Elizabeth Sparks, Joe Stolnitz, Dia Stout, Chalice Trinkle, Rick Turner, Katie Wilder, George SECOND GRADE Bartlett, Susan Buttington, Bill Colbert, Steve Cox, Mar an Davis, Rebin Derge, David Dunn, Allen Farr, Jeanne Fleener, John ■ Grimshaw, Gail Hadibroto, Adrika Hoskins, Michael Hunt, Alan Luke, Luanda Malonay, Michael Milliman, Scott Mitchell, Timothy Peterson, Cindy Roberts, Sarah Shabsin, Francine Stapleton, Jeff ray Stevens, Debbie Thorn, Michael Wagner, Bobby Weinberg, Mar orie Welch, Rhonda Winslow, Ford 18 Zimmering, Marc SECOND GRADE Blunck, Casey Buenham, Elizabeth Cleveland, Teresa Decker, Roger Glosser, Mark Hahin, Sandra Headley, Maria Houshmand, Susanne Joedan, Linda Jo Ladyman, Michael Livey, Paul Manuel, Lindy Lea Martindale, Janice McCreight, Steven Miller, Janice Mitchell, James Peters, Debra Ann Peterson, Jeffrey Pruett, Cythia Rice, Karen Robbins, Deborah Shirley, Mark Smith, John Tincher, Jeanna Tjardes, Chipper Walker, John Wampler, Diana Wilhoyte, Bertrand THIRD GRADE Applegate, Bob Baugh, Tony Berger, Evelyn Breneman, Barbara Brown, Richie Butler, Evelyn Carter, Karen Christ, Eric Gray, Peter Hansen, David Hay, Anne Haynes, Chris Howe, Adar Hougland, Debbie Jacobs, Janet Kirk, Kristi Lentz, Kenny Martin, Robert Owens, Robin Ramsey, Daryl Rogers, Linetta Sannes, Bill Smith, Julie Speer, Mike Stevens, Sara Turner, Betsy Warthan, Mike Wolf, Steve Zimmering, Paul Zollman, Carl THIRD GRADE Anderson, Eric Barnhart, Carole Bastin, Billy Baugh, Karen 19 Mil O -CJ Q fH «S 3S i% k 1 . ,- Burger, Rebecca Butcher, Janet Carter, Wade Crum, Tawana Curran, 8i y Davis, Joc y Dawson, Peter Douglas, Dixie fast, Carole Fike, Robby Gore, Eddie Ireland, Jacob Jackson, Robin Jones, Kimmell Killingsworth, Terry Knudson, George Ladyman, Cindy Linnemeier, Philip Marshall, Patrick McWhirter, Dennis Nicholas, Leslie Parsons, Barbara Robinson, Wanda Rockwell, Jack Schultz, Jack Snoddy, Mark Thrasher, Patty FOURTH GRADE Armstrong, Bill Bailey, Debbie Ballinger, Ruthie Bartlett, Sally Baugh, Ronnie Beard, Debby Billingsley, Scott Bowers, Francie Christ, Inge Connors, Kathy Connors, Mary Cox, Karen Dugger, John Faber, Kevin Houdeshel, Marc Hunt, Melanie Keen, Lee Keisler, Rebecca Killey, Kurt Lawlis, Barbara Leaman, Victor Luneford, Cathie McGregor, Scott Manuel, Michelle Miller, Debby Miller, Donald Nolte, Eric Pell, Don Perry, Kathy Rarick, Linda Renroad, Carol Reynolds, Jerry Richardson, Cindy , Rush, DeWalt Sannes, Penny Shrake, Phil 20 Smith, Craig Smith, Wesley Stolnitz, Wendy Talbott, Marilyn Thomson, Carol Wagner, Donnie Wampter, Richie Webster, Tom Westland, Lynn Wilder, Julia Yeiser, Charles FIFTH GRADE Blunck, Rex Burger, Deirdie Burnham, Jaime Carter, Blair David, Debra Drach, Sharon Estes, Ann Evans, Nancy Flynn, Kevin Freidman, Carl Hancock, Kathleen Headley, Mary Beth Hower, Connie Inlow, Gloria Liebenow, Debra Linnemeier, Richard Oestreich, Gretchen Rarick, Darlene Ray, Robin Rouse, Elizabeth Seawell, Vann Shabsin, Mark Smith, Carol Smith, David Stolnitz, Cindy Stout, Deborah Sturgeon, Barbara Sturgeon, Peggy Tabor, Melody Welke, Ann Weller, Susan SIXTH GRADE Acord, Carol Alquist, Becky Bowers, Bill Burhham, Tom Burton, Jim Clayton, Jim Colbert, Rusty Connors, Jim Cox, Roger Davis, Jack Dawson, Phil Dro, Dan Dugger, Betty Farbman, Patty Gross, Marty Gulch, Philip Hoeppner, Chuck Hoskins, Diana Howe, Stephen Martindale, Mike Nordby, Paul 21 ♦% f % ft M •- L [ " m f-a M -y . T fc I J Otleson, Karn Owens, Nancy Parker, Robin Parsons, Linda Runkle, Linda Smith, Gail Ushakow, Valeria Wampler, Brad Westland, Chris Wolf, Mark SEVENTH GRADE Adam, Diane Adkins, Robert Applegate. Ray Baker, Sharon Beveradorf, Ann Bly, Ann Burt, Mary Ann Burton, Billy Cain, Linda Campbell, Beth Clayton, Bill Collins, Bill Cummingore, Susan Dodds, Linda Estes, Greg Hayes, Mike Hazelrigg, Tulle Hollis, Susan Jacobs, Larry Kent, Merrily Kirk, Barbara Klagstab, Genie Klein, Jane Knowlten, Brian Kuanpoonpol, Pat Lawles, Marcia Malonry, Mayer Martz, Tommy Mettson, Pat McDaniel, Jo Ann Meeser, Roger Meisenheimer, James Mitchell, Gary Moat, Terry Mobley, Richard Neal, Anita Neal, Marilyn Oestreich, Arthur Perry, Rachel Peters, Meryane Pritchett, Janet Ray, James Richard Riggs, Ron Roberts, Mike Roman, Robert Rumple, Karen Stainback, John Stern, Joan Stout, Dale Stout, Susan Strain, Dennis Talbott, Don Teague, Cassandra 22 Tisserand, Charles Tuthill, John Usrey, Carolyn Vela, Fred Wampler, Richie Weiser, Andy Wilder, Vivian Wenning, Ronnie Werner, Debby White, Barbara EIGHTH GRADE Agresta, Ste ve Allen, Monty Allen, Roger Anderson, Susie Barnett, Mary Barriger, Steve Barrow, Dick Bauman, Kristine Bender, David Bern, Rita Bobilya, Barbie Brannan, Morris Brewer, Doug Brown, Debbie Church, Steve Clapham, Cynthia Colbert, Mike Comingore, Joe Connors, Mike Crumb, Cola Davis, Steve Dawson, Paul East, Gary Edwards, Cathy Elson, Richard Empson, Bobby Evans, Chuck Fleming, Alice Flynn, Kathy Frye, Kent Gabor, Debbie Gaiser, Jim Glover, Don Hanig, Ester Hope, Ray Hope, Ray Hartsock, Terry Hannig, Susan Headley, Jim Hostatler, Brenda Houdeshel, Jo Howard, Hershell Jeffrey, Bob Johnson, Elizabeth Jones, Sandra Judd, Larry Keen, Gary King, Mary Beth Kroll, Craig Lauer, Bob Lawrence, David Leffler, Janet Lehman, Cindy 23 Linnemeier, Allen Linkens, Ray List, Mike McCutchen, Mike McNay, Steve Martin, Denise Metcalf, Janet Miller, Janet Miller, Joseph Mills, Mark Miracle, George Mobley, Jim Moorman, Jess Moreland, Frank Nolton, Kim Parsons, Helen Patterson, Carol Perry, David Poag, Doug Richardson, Susan Ritchison, Richie Rolfe, Steve Salmon, Ray Sannes, Bob Scherer, Andy Schuman, Wayne Shabsin, Harry Snapper, Jim Spencer, Barbara Squires, John Stoute, Dave Strain, Harry Sturgeon, Sally Suer, Lynn Ushakow, Glory Warner, Silas Wright, Jackie Yokam, Richard Young, Frank Young, Larry NINTH GRADE Alexander, Sharon Allgood, David Baker, Ed Beets, Stephen Bender, Paul Bender, Richard Benckart, Sally Brafford, Mary Bridwell, Kathy Brown, John Buckingham, Steve Burton, Brenda Burton, Nancy Carter, Carol Carter, Jimi Collins, Barbara Darby, Ricky Davidson, John Drach, Ellen Dudley, Richard Dunn, Will Eddy, Carol Edwards, Julie 24 Elam, Mike Ervin, Doris Estes, David Estes, George Flack, Ann Foot, Judy Gray, David Gray, Gary Hall, Kathy Hanson, Mike Harvey, Richard Headley, Larry Hedrick, Bob Herter, Tom Hickman, Ruth Horack, Sabra Howe, Ross Ison, Sally Jones, James Keisler, Susan Kent, Joyce King, David Kirk, Bob Kleindorfer, Tom Kuanpoonpol, Priyawat Lauer, Tad Lindsey, Brenda Long, Edward Ludlow, Brandt Luke, Walter McCrea, Ed McDaniel, Monty McNamara, Greg Mahan, Claire Maloney, Molly Mann, Susan Marshall, Larry Martz, Wade Massy, Vicki May, Nancy Michael, Paul Millen, Marian Miller, Linda Najam, Ted Neal, Don Nevitt, Bill O ' Connor, Janet Overbay, Ann Owens, Peggy Owen, Stuart Paluszak, Cheryl Parker, Pam Patton, Sharon Pinkston, Candy Pinnell, Gigi Poag, David Poluzac, Cheryl RatlHf, Charlene Reed, Nancy Reinhardt, Charles Remak, Andy Richardson, Donna Richardson, Janet 25 Richardson, Jenny Robertson, Rob Rouse, Steve Rumple, Kathy Rutan, Chef Savage, Vincent Scaggs, Regis Schell, Janet Schmaltz, Debby Schultz, Jim Stinkard, Janet Smith, Denny Smith, Randy Spitler, Suzanne Stahl, Judy Stevens, Craig Sturgeon, Bill Suer, Amy Tincher, Lana Tyler, Grey Vance, Diane Waltke, Shirley Weber, David Weiser, John White, Dany Winther, Eric Yoder, Frank Young, Betty TENTH GRADE Adans, Cindy Adam, Don Alexander, Angela Allen, Lee Alley, David Applegate, Eric Bailey, Tim Ballinger, Lee Barker, Nelda Beasiey, Kendrick Beharrietl, Ruth Benes, Eva Bemis, Sheila Bender, Mary Lynn Bidney, Rena Black, Judy Black, Susan Boardman, John Bradmueller, Pam Bridweti, Robin Bringar, Susan Brogneaux, Diana Brown, David Brown, Nancy Brown, Ross Brown, Tom Buczex, Jerry Bunger, Suzy Burman, Bill Buskirk, Jim Byrnes, Susan Carpenter, Michael Carter, Bob Casati, Rick Cazee, Don 26 Clare, Irene Combs, Lin Cousins, Paul Coyne, Marine Crowell, Skip Curry, Chipper Curry, Patty Curtis, Rita Cuttino, Bill Davis, Larry Dixon, Dianne Dodds, Joyce Douglass, Marilyn Drach, Peggy Eberle, Frank Eckert, Nancy Edwards, Joyce Ellis, Mary Ellis, Sara Empson, Murna English, Don Faris, Chuck Farr, Jean Fay, Dan Fisher, Jann Fligor, Larry Fowler, Craig Frame, Gary Frothingan, Robert Gaiser, John Gallimore, Sandy Gerkin, Saelby Goldman, Sandra Greene, Scott Hagan, David Hammond, Anne Hartsoch, Brenda Hartswick, Eleanore Hatahett, David Herman, Evelyn Hickam, Becky Hilger, Philip Holcombe, Charlotte Hope, Sarah Householder, Lynn Huffman, Dick Johnson, Ann Kalwaic, Karen Key, Linda Lentz, Sharon Liebenow, Diane Lindsey, Sheri Lockridge, Ross Lowell, Cym Lumbra, Gregory Marcussin, Per Olav Marshall, Peter McCullough, Terri Mcintosh, Keren McGarry, Jo Ann McManus, Terry Merritt, Lynn Millen, David 27 14 fjl ft m. 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Miller, Bill Mobley, William Montgomery, Lynn Neal, Brenda Neal, Jim Nebergall, Jim Nordberg, Mike O ' Connor, Mike Olsen, Tom Osborne, Anna Patterson, Vicki Patton, Joe Pavelka, Eddie Pennington, Ron Peterson, Mike Phelps, Barbara Pickens, Linda Ragatz, Elizabeth Raines, Susie Rayborn, Pat Rhoades, Bill Richmond, Rick Riester, Kathy Riggs, Wendy Robinson, Jan Runkle, Robert Russell, Leonard Schaap, Jeanne Schmalz, Bill Schmatz, Mary Beth Schoonderwal, Eleonore Schulz, Lori Schwartz, Jim Scritchfield, Tom Shaffer, Bruce Sheridan, Sherry Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Philip Somes, Grant Spangler, Robert Spencer, Ellen Stevens, Mike Stout, Dick Talbott, Susie Tardy, Susie Thornbury, David Thrasher, Tim Thurston, Jan Turlukis, Georgiana Usrey, David Vaughn, Sharon Veatch, Elizabeth Warren, Cindy Weir, Mark Weller, Pat Wertz, Jack Whitaker, Becki Willbern, Ann Wilson, Carole Young, Bob ELEVENTH GRADE Abbott, Chucfc Abram, Rusty Adcock, David 28 Alexander, Carol Allen, Jayne Armstrong, Ann Arpan, Cheryl Auer, Jane Barker, James Bartlett, Cindy Batchelder, Bob Bobilya, Becky Briggs, Alex Bowden, Bruce Briscoe, Donald E. Brugger, Carl Brummett, Jack Bucher, John Burhans, Steve Burton, John Byrnes, Sally Byrnes, Sheila Campbell, Dave Carter, Douglas Carter, Jo Anne Clapham, Cheryl Campaigne, Claudia Cuffey, Irene Deckard, William Dickason, Tess Dinsmoor, Dan Dro, Bob DuChateau, Philippe Duncan, Judi Dyer, John Eller, Harold Ellis, John English, Ken Engeihardt, Joyce Farkas, Lynn Fattu, Jim Fiscus, Lana Fisher, Maureen Frye, Steve Fuller, Jane Gaber, Robert Gibson, Raymond Glaze, Allen Grabbe, Holly Griffin, Becky Griffin, Liz Grubb, Jo Anna Harrington, Pamela Hartsock, Jerry Hayes, Donna Hazelrigg, Andy Higgins, Smith Hollis, Janet Hottel, Elise Houdeshel, Pete Hudson, Marilyn Johnson, Sherry Jones, Fred Judd, Marcia Kent, Stan King, Richard 29 " T? %7f Kinser, Betty Lawson, Terry Leffler, Jan Link, Rebecca Linnemeier, John Lipscomb, Alan Lloyd, Reg McGuire, Mary Ann Miller, Martha Mobley, Donna Moorman, Karen Mueller, Mary Ann Munford, Chris Neumann, Holly Nicoll, Lorimer Osterberg, Walter Overbay, Kathy Owen, Patricia Parsons, Gail Patton, Roger Perry, Marjorie Peterson, Bill Phelps, Roberta Poling, Bob Rae, Duncan Rash, Bill Ratliff, Ronnie Reel, Mark Rees, Joe Reineking, Allen Reinhardt, Barbara Richardson, Tom Richey, Bob Robertson, Joni Ross, Gretchen Samarzia, Tony Scherer, Steve Schwenzner, Wolfgang Shaffer, Jim Smith, Gladys Snapper, John Snyder, Tim Stokes, Suzanne Swain, Julie Talbot, Patty Talbott, David Tatlock, Donald Terrell, Rebecca Thoma, Teresa Thomas, David Toole, Janice Waltz, Suzanne Waters, Linda Weigel, Nancy Wikelund, Philip Williams, George Willibey, Diana Woods, Ellen Young, John 30 During this past school year, U-School students have attended dances and have decorated Christ- mas trees and have gone carol- ing. Fire drills, convos, and even studying have occupied our time. 32 University School offers many extracurricular ac- tivities which stimulate the growth of a character. Each of the clubs and organizations in school serves to broaden a knowledge in a certain subject or to develop skills, be it in sports or in other fields. The E. Wayne Gross Academy of Science car- ried out many different scientific projects through- out the year. The MSE Academy, fashioned after the E. Wayne Gross Academy, went to Chicago in April to visit museums and other attractions of sci- entific interest. The mathematics club— Ungawa, Ungawa, Unga- wa— experienced a prosperous second year of life under the leadership of Jerry Mcintosh. Guest speakers were the nucleus of many meetings. Both the Senior High and the Junior High Future Homemakers of America practiced and improved the skills of a homemaker. The annual fashion show, sponsored by the senior high homemakers, was a success as it has been in past years. Sports clothes to date dresses to formal attire were modeled. The Literature Club this year enlarged its mem- bership to include sophomores through seniors. A review of a book was given after the club read it, either by a guest speaker or a member. ,, ) r w r ■ " ' ■ »% .es Voyageurs retraces LaSalle ' s journey from Michigan to IIMnoi: The Booster Club boosted both the football and basketball teams to winning seasons this year. It undertook such spirit-building projects as selling special buttons, using shakers, and wearing red and white gloves. The Latin, French, and Spanish Clubs encouraged and improved knowledge and ' skills in these lan- guages. Special plays and programs often filled the agendas of these clubs. The QUAD, University School ' s bi-weekly paper, came under the sponsorship of two new teachers this year— Mrs. Jeanne Butcher for the first semester and Edward Hayes for the second semester. The QUAD continued to supply its readers with humor- ous as well as serious articles and information about school affairs. The students who were willing to spend time working on the QUAD learned valu- able journalism knowledge which can be employed advantageously for the rest of their lives. The JORDANNUS staff members can also use the skills they have learned through contributing to their finished -product— this yearbook. The Junior High Drama Club and the Jordan Jesters are the dramatic clubs at U-School. To gain membership, a student must participate in the 36 " Don ' t you just love making decorations all night? " .? :-r 37 The Homecoming Queen candidates and friends Queen Rita Adcock 38 and they did! 39 fc V ' 10 H « , . i Ja Li pHulfl A A 3 m 1 H $ 24 production of a play, either by actually acting in the play or by helping in its production through one of the crews. If a person has outstanding ability or diligence, he may be initiated into Thespians, a national dramatic organization. The two dramatic presentations given this year, directed by Donald Walstrum, were " The Matchmakers " and " Annie Get Your Gun. " The Girls ' Athletic Association is organized to provide an opportunity for girls to learn sportsman- ship and skills in various sports. A Junior High GAA, founded this year, proved to be very suc- cessful. U-Mens is University School ' s way of recogniz- ing those boys who participate in its offered sports. After playing a sport for a season, a boy may earn his letter in that sport. An awards banquet was held at the end of the school year. At this time, the most valuable player for each sport as well as the recipient of the Al Hermann Award was an- nounced. U-School has a chorus, a junior high chorus, a band, and an orchestra for those students who are musically inclined. All of these groups performed at school convocations this year. There are four honorary groups at University School. These are the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, the French Honor Society, and the Span- ish Honor Society. The National Honor Society mem- bers are chosen in the spring and fall of the year, must have a high scholastic average, and must participate in activities which contribute to a well- 41 bio business at LUNA 42 rounded individual. Quill and Scroll is made up of those students v o have earned a sufficient nurr - ber of points fron heir literary efforts for the QUAL and JORDANNUb Relatively few students earn membership in this jc lalism honorary. The French and Spanish Honor Soc 3ty members are chosen by the sponsors of the French and Spanish Clubs. To become a member, the student must b ve a high scholastic average and an aptitude for reign lan- guage. It is the Junior High and the Senior High Student Councils that provide many services for the students which otherwise would not be done. The Senior High Student Council arranged the Homecoming parade and ceremonies and co-sponsored a r ami- formal with the Junior High Student Council, p ' us many other worthwhile activities. Our Student Coun cil will host the State Convention of the Indiana As- sociation of Student Councils in 1962. MYC this year again sponsored LUNA. Both the University and Bloomington High Schools partici- pated in it. The imitation United Nations Assembly discussed, passed, and defeated resolutions per- taining to important present-day world affairs. come on— you ' ve got to do it yea— they did it! ' ' ■ N. the bard— the method— Alfred and Otto— ' just plain ' Walstrum . . . drama— drama— drama! 1 w ■1 9 1 wT ■ f Jg -7 ll U-Sjf k ; ' oA T r ' j J- " 3ti 44 45 Pete Vitaliano makes the ' big splash ' ■r i£ - ' 1 ' Bf ■ik. ' ■ ' TS ji» «» ' a s N ■ m jC M P " ' - " - ■■: ■ • M 1 ; k ■ ' ' • [• ' Late hours, sweat and plenty of exercise . . . the recipe for successful sports at UHS 46 registration first day of school JORDANNUS signing party 47 is - ' ■ M i £ NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS: Steve Stevens, Bernie Cinkoske, Jim Mitchell, Joe Straii MUSIC AWARD WINNERS: Bill Burnham, Ed Burnham, Kyril Magg 49 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Justin Fos- ter, Cindy Bartlett, Bobby Richey, John Dyer SOPHOMORE COUNCIL: First row: Susie Tar- dy, Shelia Bemis, Susie Byrnes, Marilyn Dou- glas Second row: Lee Ballinger, Bruce Shaffer SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Joanne Darby, Sue Huffman, Dick Michael, Dick Scritchfield 50 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: First row: Karen Mann, Ann Shane, Joanne Darby Second row: Cindy Warren, Jim Shaffer, Tony Eads, Pete Marshall, Justin Foster, John Bucher Third row: Allen Marshall, Dick Scritchfield, Bruce Bowden, Tim Rose, Eric Applegate, Tim Lemon, Lee Ballinger Fourth row: Linda Key, Susie Carter, Tess Dickason, Jane Auer, Cheryl Arpan, Shelia Bemis, Nalda Barker, Terri Thoma OFFICERS: Ann Shane, Bruce Bowden, Tess Dickason Not Pictured: Tim Lemon 51 JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: First row: Mayer Maloney, Richard Elsom, Bob Jeffery, Jimmy Hendrick, Sandra Teague Second row: Ray Applegate, Candy Pinkston, Gigi Pinnell, Janet Shell, Miss Risser, Molly Maloney, Sabra Horack, Susan Mann, Rachel Perry Third row: Billl Burton, Denny Smith, Eddie Baker, Edward McCrea, Steve Church STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Susan Mann Molly Maloney Eddie Baker Janet Shell 52 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First row: Bernadette Cinkoske, Ann Shane, Susan Conard, Tunde Csoke, Karen Mann, Mary Beth Braden, Alice Daghlian, Kathy Spangler, Vicki Savage, Anne Binkley Second row: Tony Eads, Jim Mitchell, Charles Gray, Pete Vitaliano, Steve Stevens, Wayne Witmer, Mr. Thurston, Kyril Magg, Tim Lemon, Jon Estes, Allan Marshall MYC: first row: Allan Marshall, Jane Fuller, Cheryl Clapham, Sally Brynes, Nelda Barker, Evelyn Herman Second row: Dick Scritchfield, Diane Brogneaux, Linda Waters, Terri Thoma, Tony Eads, Eva Benes, Q. Lee Third row: Jim Shaffer, Steve Scherer, Cindy Bartlett, Pete Vitaliano, Mr. Pettijohn, Tom Lauer, Duncan Rae, Kathy Spangler, Lee Bal- linger 53 STAFF: First row: Linda Waters, Susie Tardy, Mary Jo Fagan, Jo Darby, Patty Talbott, Sally Byrnes, Martha Miller, Trudy Tyler, Linda Key Second row: Kathy Rumple, Jeanne Schaap, Sherri Lindsey, Terri McCullough, Patty Hallagan, Dianne Brogneaux, Martha Tackitt, Pati Timms, Rita Adcock, Cheri Arpan, Jane Fuller Third row: Candy Pinkston, Charlene Ratliff, Ann Willbern, Eva Benes, Tunde Csoke ,Gigi Pinnell, Ellen Woods, Sheila Byrnes, Karen Moorman, Nancy Weigel Fourth row: Charlene Parkinson, Jean Rogers, Marjorie Perry, Cindy Bartlett, Lynn Householder, Susie Raines, Tess Dickason, Terri Thoma, Carole Alexander, Beverly Roman. Fifth row: Bob Trobaugh, Bob Runkle, Peter Vitaliano, Steve Wenning, Bill Harrington, Paul Dieterle, Skip Higgins EDITORS: First row: Susie Carter, Sue Shane, Ann Shane, Jane Auer, Alice Daghlian, Pat Shane Second row: Dick Scritchfield, Eleanor Fell, Tom Lauer, Pat Petry, Phil DuChateau, Allan Marshall JORDANNUS 54 First row: Mary Jo Fagan, Susie Tardy, Jo Darby, Patty Hallagan, Martha Tackitt, Cheryl Clapham Second row: Terri McCullough, Sheila Bemis, Jean Rogers, Ann Willbern, Anne Binkley, Ellen Woods, Gigi Pinnell, Martha Miller Third row: Peter Marshall, Rick Casati, Steve Wenning, Pete Marcussen, Ross Robertson, Allan Marshall QUILL AND SCROLL: First row: Cheryl Clapham, Martha Miller, Martha Tackitt, Anne Binkley, Alice Daghlian Second row: Phil Wikelund, David Collins, Allan Marshall, Pete Marcussen 55 Hf fl E ' J9 KH p l HIB - ' -M | P 1 RB k 1 nk 9? j Bk. Inifii H ywl fr :in B»g . T JB ff £ l k l i mB jii H J k B W- h 7 i M na| !«mJ JORDAN JESTERS: First row: Joe Hartswick, Cheryl Arpan, Robin Bridwell, Pati Timms, Pat Shane, Joanne Darby, Linda Key, Ann Johnson, Sue Shane, Wayne Mooney Second row: Joe Patton, Eva Benes, Carol Andres, Jan Thurston, Lizzie Veatch, Becky Hickam, Tess Dickason, Becky Whitaker, Patti Rayborn, Vicki Savage, Pete Marshall Third row: Eleanor Fell, Ann Hofstetter, Ann Shane, Tunde Csoke, Phil Terman, Skip Russell, Karen Mann, Susan Byrnes, Anne Binkley, Nancy Eckert 4th row: Tony Eads, John Bucner, Joe Rees, Andy Hazelrigg, Bob Runkle, Greg Lumbra, Bob Richey, Kyril Magg, Tom Lauer, Jim Fattu, Joe Strain, Allan Marshall THESPIANS: First row: Sue Shane, Cheryl Arpan, Tess Dickason, Eleanor Fell, Pat Shane Second row: Carol Andres, Joe Rees, Mark Reel, Bobbie Richey, Kyril Magg, Tom Lauer, Bob Appelman, Patty Curry 56 E. WAYNE GROSS ACADEMY: First row: Vicki Savage, Merilynn Beard, Mr, Poorman, Karen Mann, Mary Beth Braden, Irene Cuffey. Second row: Mike Carpenter, Jimmy Barker, Bob Appleman, Greg Lumbra, Pete Vitaliano, Garry Chumley, Jim Mitchell, Mike Nordberg. UNGAWA J : First row: Walter Osterberg, Bruce Bowden, Jim Osterberg, Mr. Mcin- tosh, Steve Stevens, Jon Estes, Jim Shaffer Second row: Kyril Magg, Bernedette Cinkoske, Jack Snapper MSE ACADEMY: First row: Lynn Suer, Greg Eddy, Barbie Spencer. Second row: David Perry, Eric Mann, Valerie Sav- age, Richard Elson, Bill Burton, Ray Applegate, Sue Hendricks. Third row: Mr. Souers, Liz Johnson, Sabra Horack, Ted Najam, Larry Judd, David Grey, Tom Herter, Marian Millen, Susan Keisler, Pam Parker, Mr. Wise. Fourth row: Susan Mann, Carol Eddy, George Estes, Ed Long, Denny Smith, Paul Bender, Vincent Savage, Si Warner, Amy Suer. 57 LATIN CLUB: First row: Mary Bender, Robin Bridwell, Linda Key, Sally Benkart, Carol Carter, Kay Douglass, Cindy Warren, Sue Hendricks, Karen Mcintosh Second row.- Ellen Drach, Janet Hollis, Susie Talbott, Sharon Vaughan, Peggy Drach, Nancy Brown, Eleanor Hartswick, Jean Rogers, Jan Fisher, Ellen Spencer Third row: Walter Luke, Craig Fowler, Chuck Farris, Grag Lumbra, Bob Runkle, Bob Spangler, Tom Lauer, Tom Olson, Ross Robertson, Ricky Darby . -i , J V V V n I ) x k s .y v vx w v j Y-x_ y 0 o PV QJ J ,su v. y RUSSIAN CLUB: First row: Tunde Csoke, Rita Adcock, Susie Byrnes, Pam Bratmueller, Myrna Empson Second row: Lee Ballinger, Bob Carter, Phil DuChateau 58 FRENCH CLUB: First row: Rena Bidney, Sally Benckart, Betty Young, Gigi Pinnell, Sherri Lindsey, Candy Pinkston, Sue Shane, Bernadette Cinkoske, Trudy Tyler, Becki Bobilya, Jeanne Schaap, Susie Tardy, Mary Beth Schmaltz, Kathy Rumple, Kathy Brid- well, Tess Dickason. Second row: Jan Thurston, Terri Thoma, Cheryl Clapham, Marsha Judd, Carol Andres, Pat Shane, Linda Waters, Julie Swaim, Ted Najam, Tom Herter, Sheila Byrnes, Karen Kawlic, Georgianna Turlukis, Irene Cuffey, Judy Black. Third row: Diane Dixon, Karen Moorman, Pat Owen, Liz Griffin, Cheri Arpan, Ellen Stern, Jane Auer, Sally Byrnes, Pam Parker, Sabra Horack, Nelda Barker, Diana Brogneaux, Jan Fisher. Fourth row: Ann Willbern, Evie Herman, Janet Hollis, Anne Binkley, Patty Duncan, Tunde Csoke, Ann Shane, Eleanor Fell, Marjorie Perry, Lynn Householder, Ruth Beharriell, Lizzie Veach, Joni Robertson, Roberta Phelps, Sarah Hope, Terri McCullough, Eva Benes, Susan Mann, Becky Hickam, Nancy Brown, Mrs. Dowling. Fifth row: David Estes, Dan Dinsmoor, Ed McCrea, Phil DuChateau, Jim Parker, John Linnemeier, Roger Patton, Tim Rose, Allen Glaze, Don Neal, Jack Snapper, Skip Crowell, Mike O ' Connor, Eric Winther. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY: First row: Sue Shane, Susan Conard, Mary Beth Braden, Carol Andres, Bernadette Cin- koske Second row: Anne Binkley, Ann Shane, Jim Mitchell, Kyril Magg, Alice Daghlian, Tess Dickason SPANISH CLUB: First row: Vicki Savage, Cindy Bartlett, Cheri Arpan, Jo Darby, Ann Johnson, Sharon Alexander, Mary Ann McGuire. Second row: Vicki Patterson, Joyce Engelheart, Janet Hollis, Martha Miller, Shelia Bemis, Nancy Burton, Diana Williby, Lynn Farkas, Miss Parker Third row: Allan Lipscomb, Walter Osterburg, Chuck Faris, Jim Shaffer, Bob Young, Pete Marshall, Joe Rees, John Bucher, Allen Reineking 59 ■a .1 f P. MM SENIOR HIGH LITERATURE CLUB: First row: Bernadette Cincoske, Martha Tackitt, Sue Shane, Lynn VanMeter, Vicki Savage Second row: Lynn Householder, Alice Daghiian, Cheri Arpan, Sally Byrnes, Shelia Byrnes, Jane Auer Third row: Tess Dickason, Karen Mann, Ann Shane, Ann Hofstetter, Mary Beth Braden, Ellen Stern, Kathy Spangler, Martha Miller, Miss Spear Fourth row: Tony Eads, Joe Rees, Bob Trobaugh, Tom Lauer, Allan Lipscomb, George Barnett, Barry Farber JUNIOR HIGH LITERATURE CLUB: First row: Ellen Drach, Nancy Burfon, Susan Tuthill, Jimi Carter, Sharon Alexander, Becky Elsom Second row: Mr. Gearhart, Sabra Horack, Susan Mann, Claire Mahan, Amy Suer, Mrs. Wilcutt 60 JUNIOR HIGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY: First row: Fred Mills, Jo Ann Houdeshel, Richard Elson Second row: Mr. Cousins, Mike Connors, Debbie Gabor, Susan Richardson, Sally Sturgen, Cinthis Claphan Third row: Steve Rolfe, Steve Church, Sandy Jones, Bob Jefferies CHESS CLUB: First row: Bob Frothingham, Phil DuChateau, Boris Solzneff, Mike Nordberg Second row: Mr. Bates, David Brown, Ross Brown, Jack Snapper, Phil Wileland, LeRoy Young 61 SENIOR HIGH F.H.A.: First row: Pam Harrington, Jane Fuller, Donna Hayes, Linda Combs, Pat Hallagan, Diane Taylor, Jo Anna Grub Second row: Julie Swain, Claudia Campaigne, Carole Alexander, Patty Talbot, Nancy Weigel, Mrs. Ziegler, Kathy Overbay, Holly Grabbe, Tunde Csoke, Susan Conard, Jan Leffler Jane Allen, Lynn Farkas, Barbara Marshall, Marian Coyne, Cindy Bartlett, Merilynn Beard, Mary Anne Mueller Third JUNIOR HIGH F.H.A.: First row: Gigi Pinnell, Jennifer Richardson, Sally Isom, Charlene Ratliff, Kathy Rumple, Nancy Reed, Debbie Schmaltz, Sharon Alexander, Kathy Hall Second row: Mrs. Ziegler, Nancy May, Ellen Drach, Debbie Brown, Shirley Waltke, Molly Maloney, Vicki Massey, Ann Over- bay, Claire Mahan, Janet Richardson, Joyce Kent Third row: Lana Tincher, Peggy Owens, Diana Vance, lana Fleener, Becky Elsom, Sharon Patton 62 ORCHESTRA: First row: Lynn Suer, Ho Houdeshel, Tulle Hazelrigg, Deneise Martian, Jean Klagstad, David Perry Second row: Anne Beversdorf, Pam Parker, Vivian Wilder, Steve Rouse, Suzy Anderson, Mrs. Hazelrigg, Andy Hazelrigg, Joe Hartswick, Mike Sist, Sally Benckarl, Richard Elsom Third row: Ed Long, Joyce Kent, Shirley Waltke, Jack Wi rtz, Ray Gibson, Ross Brown, George Estes, Eric Winther JUNIOR HIGH DRAMA CLUB: First row: Ellen Drach, Debby Schmaltz, Jennifer Richardson, Miss Miles, Mr. Gearhart, Sue Hendricks, Preyawat Kuanpoonpol, Kathy Rumple Second row: Ed Baker, Sabra Horack, Gigi Pinnell, Nancy May, Becky Elsom, Lynn Suer, Dianne Vance, Sharon Alexander, Charlene Ratliff, Nancy Reed, Sally Benkart Third row: Amy Suer, Janet Shell, Susan Mann, Shirley Waltke, Vinvent Savage, Edward Long, Molly Maloney, Joyce Kent, Carol Eddy, Jimi Carter 63 BAND: First row: Susan Richardson, Merilyn Beard, Tim Rose, Larry Hedley, Dickie Bender Second row: Bob Sannes, Karen Mcintosh, Ellen Spencer, Diane Liebnow, Joyce Kent, Lynn Suer, Jo Houdeshel, Barbie Spencer, David Perry, David Bender Third row: Chuch Abbott, Jimmy Gaiser, Bill Burnham, Joe Patton, Mike Carpenter, David Gray, George Estes, Ed Long, Ed Burnham, Roger Allen, Bob Jeffery, Judy Black, Shirley Waltke, Rich Richmond, Si Warner, Sherry Johnson, Mike Nordberg Fourth row: Stanley Kent, David Brown, Lee Allen, Bob Appelman, Paul Bender, Brandy Ludlow, Ross Brown, John Gaiser, Bruce Shaffer, Bill Milly, Brian Schussler CHORUS: First row: Jo Anna Grubb, Myra Empson, Pam Bratmeuller, Becky Griffin, Trudy Tyler, Margaret Usrey, Cheryl Clapham, Brenda Lindsey, Janer Hollis, Liz Griffin, Susie Tardy Second row: Beverly Roman, Kathy Spangler, Shirley Waltke, Joyce Engelhardt, Jan Thurston, Diane Liebnow, Mr. Roberts, Ann Hammond, Nancy Eckert, Judi Black, Joyce Kent, Beth Regatz, Charlene Parkinson Third row: Paul Dieterle, David Brown, Allen Glaze, Bill Rash, Tony Samargiz, Bill Millard, Ross Brown, Joe Patton, Mike Nordberg 64 JR. HI OFFICE AIDES: Sharon Patton Ann Flack lana Fleener NURSE ' S AIDES: Ann Shane, Ed Ba- ker, Robin Bridwell SENIOR HIGH OFFICE AIDES: Marna Woolery, Mer- ilynn Beard, Carol Welpott LIBRARY AIDES: First row: Jeanne Schaap, Liz Griffin, Elise Hottel, Barbara Phelps Second row: Joyce Engelhardt, Mary Ellis, Wendy Riggs, Irene Clare, Charlotte Holcomb, Georgiana Tur- lukis Third row: Duncan Rae, Scott Greene, Mary Ann Brafford, Bob Runkle, Mr. Ardery, Assistant Librarian 65 .. . SENIOR HIGH BOOSTER CLUB: First row: Rita Adcock, Sharon Alexander, Sue Hendricks, Joyce Dodds, Barbie Karsell Second row: Cindy Adams, Teena Freeman, Mama Woolery, Jo Darby, Gigi Pinnell, Martha Miller, Linda Waters, Patty Talbott, Pat Halla- gan, Joyce Engelhardt, Touran Kazemi, Susan Conard Third row: Susie Tardy, Ellen Woods, Cindy Warren, Linda Key, Pam Bradtmueller, Kathy Rumple, Susie Carter, Sue Shane, Trudy Tyler, Nelda Barker, Martha Tackitt, Lynn VanMeter, Mary Bender, Ann Johnson, Rena Bidney Fourth row: Mary Beth Schmaltz, Gail Parsons, Beverly Roman, Janet Tapp, Susie Talbott, Diane Broneauz, Jo Anne Carter, Nancy Price, Carol Andres, Charlene Parkinson, Jane Fuller, Carol Carter, Pat Owen, Karen Morman, Roberta Phelps Fifth row: Lynn Householder, Jayne Allen, Ellen Drach, Molly Maloney, Kay Douglas, Alice Daghlian, Marilyn Hudson, Roberta Phelps, Ann Shane, Tunde Csoke, Pat Petry, Janet Hollis, Lizzie Veach, Mary Ann McQuire, Becky Hickham, Gretchen Ross, Kathy Overbay, Sally Ben- chart Sixth row: Vicki Patterson, Susan Raines, Peggy Drach, Evelyn Herman, Diane Dixon, Sarah Hope, Margaret Usrey, Cindy Bartlett, Marjorie Perry, Barbara Marshall, Elta Williams, Janice Peters, Anne Hofstetter, Janet Shell, Kathy Spangler, Sara Ellis 66 JUNIOR HIGH BOOSTER CLUB: First row: Janet Metcalf, Kathy Hall, Candy Pinkston Second row: Mrs. Brigham, Coal Crumb, Sharon Alexander, Joyce Dodds, Brenda Burton Third row: Vivan Wilder, Debbie Brown, Gigi Pinnell, Joyce Kent, Alice McDaniel, Lynn Peters SENIOR HIGH BOOSTER OFFICERS: Terri Thoma, Eva Benes, Anne Binkley, Mary Anne Coller, Mary Jo Fagen, Pat Shane 67 G.A.A.: First row: Lizzie Veach, Ruth Beharriell, Liz Griggin, Susan Tuthill, Sue Hendricks, Sharon Vaughn, Patty Curry, Nancy Eckert, Georg- anne Poolitsan, Joanne Carter, Jane Fuller Second row: Ellen Woods, Joyce Engelhardt, Cindy Adams, Sahron Lentz, Becky Whitaker, Peggy Drach, Nelda Barker, Ann Johnson, Linda Key, Susie Tardy, Sally Benckart, Vickie Massy, Cindy Bartlett, Jane Allen Third row: Ann Armstrong, Gretchen Ross, Diane Dixon, Mary Clay, Jan Thurston, Susan Byrnes, Marjorie Perry, Sherry Johnson, Nancy Burton, Jan Fisher, Karen Mcintosh, Judy Black, Jean Farr, Susie Talbott, Patty Talbot, Charlene Ratliff Fourth row: Vicki Savage, Lynn VanMeter, Trudy Tyler, Susie Carter, Ann Hofstetter, Margaret Usrey, Elta Williams, Sue Huffman, Rita Adcock, Marilynn Beard, Carol Welpott, Tunde Csoke, Mary Jo Fagan G.A.A. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: First row: Sue Shane, Nancy Price, Ann Shane, Anne Bink- ley, Mary Beth Braden, Martha Tackitt Second row: Kay Doug- las, Janet Hollis, Carol Alex- ander, Ellen Spencer, Eva Benes, Jo Darby, Pat Shane 68 U-MEN OFFICERS: Wayne Witmer, Ray Webb, Charles Gray, Allan Marshall U-MEN: First row: Allan Marshall, John Hartman, Wayne Witmer, Bob Trobaugh, Ray Webb, Jim Evertts, Charles Gray, LeRoy Young, Bill Shive Second row: Pete Houdeshel, Bob Barrow, David Thomas, Bob Richey, Roger Patton, John Bucher, Bill Dickens, John Dyer, Chipper Curry, David Hagen, Jack Wertz, Paul Cousins Third row: Barrett Patton, Dick King, Jon Estes, Bill Weigel, Steve Wenning, Dave Adcock, Jim Barrett, Fred Jones, Bill Peterson, John Ivans 69 First row: John Bucher, Charles Gray, Bob Dro, Scott Rush, Bob Trobaugh, Ray Webb, Steve Burhans, Fred Jones, Tim Synder. Second row: Bill Shive, Skip Higgins, Jack Brummett, John Young, Duncan Rae, John Burton, Jerry Hartsock, Bill Dickens, David Talbott. Third row: Bill Deckard, John Dyer, Richard Casati, Jim Neal, Paul Cousins, Jack Wertz, Bob Spangler, Earl Douglass, Bill Lane. Fourth row: Bob Batchelder, Mike Stevens, Dave Hagan, Ron Pennington, Dick Huffman, Bill Rhoades, Chipper Curry, Tom Olsen, Ross Brown. Fifth row: Mike O ' Connor, Bill Sturgeon, Paul Micheal, John Davidson, Ed McCrea, John Weiser, Will Dunn, Scott Greene, David Alley. Sixth row: Jerry Buczek, Vincent Savage, Ed Baker, Gary Gray, Ross Howe, Monty McDaniels, Bob Hendrick, Bill MacMurray. Seventh row: Mr. Kelley, Mr. Lewis, Ricky Darby, Frank Yoder, Ross Robertson, Paul Addington, Ian Vickery, Mr. Gray. FOOTBALL 70 .92 s v. All " I n iu Junior High Team Freshman Team SEASON RECORD U.H.S. OPP. 27 Salem 12 39 Mitchell __ 20 27 Mooresville _ _ 12 7 Crispus Attucks 12 21 Edinburg 13 45 Dugger _ 35 Turkey Run 14 6 Plainfield 33 13 Harry E. Wood 20 7 Culver _ 13 1 A 1 ' J ffm fe i EL Ma Jjl 71 One of the important scrimmage games Fred Jones kicking Nice play, Steve and John! 72 SWIMMING First row: Asst. coach, Rick Richmond, Bob Barrow, Bill Miller, Ricky Darby, Phil Smith, Mr. Mcintosh Second row: Alan Lipscomb, Ed Pavelka, John Hottel, Steve Stevens, Dick Allen, David Usrey, Peter Vitaliano, Bill Cuttino SEASON RECORD U.H.S. OPP. __ 68 54 38 42 Fifth place in state 73 sac t JSVvff J ? . 1% , CROSS-COUNTRY First row: Bruce Shaffer, Rick Casati, Dave Thomas, Allan Marshall, Bob Barrow Second row: Mr. Mcintosh, Tim Thrasher, Rich King, Steve Wenning, Andy Hazelrigg SEASON RECORD U.H.S. OPP. 27 Bloomfield 28 24 Brown County 40 Mitchell 56 15 Spencer 45 Switz City— forfeited 30 Martinsville 25 28 Columbus 27 23 Bedford 32 30 Brazil 25 Shortridge Invitational— 5th Sectionals— 6th 74 First row: Jerry Dowling, Jerry Hartsock, David Hagen, Bill Peterson, Ron Pennington, Walter Luke Second row: Mr. Kelley, Jim Evertts, John Dyer, Bill Dickens, Jim Barrett, Ray Webb, Monty McDaniels WRESTLING SEASON RECORD 34 18 24 16 29 29 23 16 22 28 11 29 35 16 20 20 29 Greencastle Brazil Franklin Central Evansville Evansville North 21 Evansville Mater Dei - 34 Evansville Central 19 Evansville Reitz - - - 16 New Albany 27 Muncie Central 32 Harry E. Wood - 28 Jeff ersonville— forfeited Decateur 1 Central Crawfordsville Mooresville Seymour Bloomington 75 ASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Bloomington Edinburg - Honey Creek Orleans Sacred Heart Ellettsville Culver Military Stinsville Oolitic Mooresville Greenwood Center Grove Smithville Brown County Morgantown Shawswick Indpls. Wood Mooresville Stinesville Ellettsville 73 54 54 57 60 82 44 53 59 . 66 71 . 47 .52 . 66 57 .. 82 . 57 60 62 68 7 p e overtime First row: Mr. Lewis, Rich King, Don Briscoe, Charles Gray, John Ivans, John Hartman, Wayne Witmer Second row: Jerry Buczek, Dennis Zylman, Tim Synder, Fred Jones, Steve Wenning, Jack Brummett, Bill Weig 76 Reserve Team Freshman Team Junior High Team 77 RESERVE SEASON RECORD U.H.S. 47 20 24 22 31 27 45 Unionville . 34 Bloomington 34 Edinburg 36 Honey Creek 44 Orleans _ 35 Sacred Heart 31 Ellettsville 52 Culver 4 1 Oolitic 34 Stinesville Mooresville Greenwood ... Center Grove Smithville 41 Brown County . 38 Morgantown .... 40 Shawswick 34 Harry E. Wood Denotes overtime .... 35 -. 46 ... 36 .... 60 .... 20 .... 48 _ 32 .... 29 .... 33 78 First row: Bob Barrow, Allan Marshall, Skip Higgins, David Thomas, Peter Marshall, Grant Somes Second row: Rich King, Bill Rhoades, Dan Dins- moor, John Young, Don Briscoe, Dennis Zylman, Jim Evertts TRACK SEASON RECORD U.H.S. OPP. 18 Warren Central 73 32 Martinsville _ - 94 Brown County 40 Mooresville 30 Spencer 28 58 Mitchell 61 Orleans . 17 57 Brown County 48 53 Bedford 67 Brown County 19 48 Brazil 60 Spencer 18 26 Edinburg 88 Linton Relays— 8th Hoosier Relays— one first, one second, one fourth Sectionals— 11th 79 BASEBALL LETTERMEN: Wayne Witmer, John Hartman, Charles Gray, Steve Wenning, John Young, John Dyer, Bill Dickens, Dave Adcock, Pete Houdeshel, Gary Gray, John Bucher, Coach: Don Lewis SEASON RECORD 1 Columbi Mooresv Indiana Indiana Indiana Linton Mitchell Bedford Bedford s file Park Deaf Deaf 7 l«i .. 4 8 9 11 1 13 7 School — — 3 4 4 17 3 5 7 . . ... 3 Bedford - 80 GOLF SEASON RECORD U.H.S. 40 Crawfordsville Vincennes Bloomington .. ... 21 V2 .... 18V2 ... 10 437 Bloomington 473 Springs Valley - - 479 Silver Creek 539 422 . 425 . 468 Warren Central Honey Creek - 476 414 Crawfordsville - 442 426 Anderson Medison Hts. 413 West Lafayette 420 Bedford 445 Indpls. Washington _ _ _■ 456 Southport Columbus Indpls. Howe 428 .443 445 457 Bedford 305 Bedford -- 320 Evansville North 325 Columbus _332 Evansville Mater Dei Springs Valley 423 Lebanon Crawfordsville Sectional— second State— eighth 338 341 416 418 First row: Tom Richardson, George Estes, David Hagan, David Alley, Ter- ry Lawson, Mr. Gray Second row: Tom Olsen, Jim Nebergall, Denny Smith, Bill Weigel, Jon Estes, Bob Richey 81 SNNIS SEASON RECORD Cathedral __ Lafayette _ Martinsville .. New Albany Park Crawfordsville Martinsville Seymour Bloomington ... Bill Shive, Roger Patton, Gary Chumley, John Hottel, Richard Winthrope, Chuck Feris, John Weiser, Phil Wikelund, Bob Poling, Mr. Mason 82 Al Hermann Award Winner — Ray Webb 84 The Univee football team won six of their first seven games before losing three straight to end the season with a 6-4 record. Al- though this year ' s record was not as impres- sive as those of recent years, Coach Walt Gray ' s charges exhibited their usual fine foot- ball prowess while playing against exceed- ingly heavy odds that might have broken other squads. However, the team was never at full strength as injuries sidelined several key players throughout the season. Injury-rocked and referee-plagued, the Univees were beaten by Plainfield after beginning the season successfully, to begin a disastrous three game losing streak. Sen- ior lineman Bob Trobaugh was selected to the All-State Honorable Mention Football Team in a post-season poll. £ L m ' ; ' ,Led by Bob ' and Al Marshall, who were •among the top thirty runners in the State, University. High School ' s Cross Country team compiled an impressive season record. Out- standing Vunners for the season were Bar- row, Marshall, David Thomas, Rich King, and Steve Wennign. Highlights of the season were several record breaking runs by Bar- row. He broke the record at the Martins- ville course, which is considered one of the . toughest in the state. Marshall was only a step behind Barrow all season and beat him in some of the big meets. Thomas, King, and Wenning supplied the necessary balance to produce a winning season. The Harriers, ably coached by Jerry Mc- intosh, are hoping for another impressive season next year. Returning along with vet- ising runners Tim Thrasher, Bruce Shaeffer, Rick Casati, Don Neal and Andy Hazelrigg. Led by senior Ray Webb, the University wrestling team compiled a 7-7 season rec- ord. Ray remained undefeated throughout the regular season, finished first in the sec- tional, regional, and state meets, and was voted the outstanding wrestler in the state meet by the participating coaches. .In ad- dition to Ray, wrestling coach Bob Kelley will lose Jim Barrett and Jim Evertts. Return- ing next year will be Bill Peterson, John Young, David Hagan, Bill Dickens, Monty McDaniel, John Dyer, Jerry Hartsock, Ron Pennington, and Walter Luke. This large group of returning wrestlers will form an experienced nucleus around which a suc- cessful Univee wrestling team can be built next year. , V 87 iooI, a Univee .ugh new to a 4-4 seas the state mee nany t " d with i team was formed this n the a he team ice fin games. Smithv iothered by a Univee fell before a 88-6 le proved to be the ye ) The Eagles swp; es— 82-53 and 68-53, the latter taking the Univees ials. Senior Bi The { I seas by Way Coach Walt Gray piloted the Golf team through a very successful season. UHS finished second in the sectional and eighth in the state meet to finish the season. The 1962 Univee Tennis team enjoyed a very successful and victorious season coached by Jim Mason. Of the team ' s three defeats, two were by only one point. Coached by Bob Kelley, UHS ' s track team posted a record of 31 wins and 22 losses. Coach Kelley was faced by the problem of not having enough runners to make a really outstanding team. 88 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Gail Parsons Sue Huffman Sue Shane Joanne Darby Yea, Seniors, Yea, teams, Yea, University School SENIORS 90 The varied faces of the illustrious senior class por- tray their many different emotional qualities and temperaments. This year ' s graduating class posses., es all the necessary qualities for success: intelli gence, leadership, character, service, cooperation, ability, humor, humility, beauty, kindness, sym- pathy, the joie de vivre, and the knowledge of how to relax. With these qualities, they will en- ter the cruel world ready to meet and conquer it. 91 I ' HlETICDri nk 92 1 - ; 93 r ' r M p 1 J jj Lem 3|9 H M ■ i l ■ r iOj Ail 94 The 1962 Junior Prom was held in the lovely Frangipani Room in the Union Building. Handsome couples gracefully filled the dance floor until the magic hour of midnight. The highlight of the eve- ning was the crowning of the king and queen, John Dyer and Ellen Woods. At one o ' clock the Commons was filled with laughing, enthusiastic young people ready for hours of fun at the Post Prom party. By five o ' clock, everyone was on his way home to re- cuperate from this night to remember. 95 96 GRADUATION Baccalaureate was the Sunday of Senior Week. Following the week of traditional parties, Commencement Cer- emonies on May 25 ended the high school careers of 112 Seniors. 97 Rita Jean Adcock Carol Jean Andres Richard F. Allen Robert Lynn Appelman George Leonard Barnett James Howard Barrett Robert Keith Barrow Merilynn Ruth Beard Anne Lloyd Binkley 98 Gerald Wayne Born Mary Beth Braden John David Buckingham Edward Lawrence Burnham Anna Mae Butler Bernadette Marie Cinkoske Mary Anne Coller 99 David Collins Susan Jane Conard Tunde Csoke Alice Clara Daghlian Joane ; Darby D. Paul Dieterle Stephen F. Dolzall Gerald Lee Dowling Ralph Sperry Eads 100 Jon Carleton Estes James Lyston Everetts Mary Jo Fagan Barry Evan Farber Eleanor Rae Fell Steven Lee Fleming Teena Gay Freeman Larry L. Goodman Charles Gibson Gray 101 Charles William Hagen, III Patricia Hallagan William Edwin Harrington Terry Wayne Hatchett William Henry Haynes Ann Kresin Hofstetter John Milton Hottel Sue Elaine Huffman 102 John David Ivans Barbara Lee Karsell Tooba Kazemi William Bentley Lane Thomas Wesley Lauer Quarterman Lee, III Stephen Timothy Lemon Eva Lenart Kyril Paul Magg 103 Karen Leslie Mann Allan Faber Marshall Barbara Marshall Richard Marvin Michael James Boyd Miracle, Jr. Steven Myers Dennis Nordby 104 James Osterburg Mary Margaret Owen Charlene Jean Parkinson Barratt Patton James Harmon Pennington Janice Earlene Pete rs Patricia Lynn Petry Albert Wesley Porter, III Nancy Jane Price Beverly Anne Roman Timothy Winton Rose 105 Stephen Scott Rush Charles Victor Sage Patricia Elaine Sage Victoria Michele Savage Katherine Cowles Schmidt Richard James Scritchfield Ann Gray Shane 106 William Joseph Shive Glen Dale Skirvin, Jr. Eric Charles Smith Boris Alexander Solnzeff Kathleen Sue Spangler Steven Lee Stevens Joseph William Strain Martha Anne Tackitt Janet Lea Tapp 107 Harold Laverne Tatlock Diana Cheryl Taylor Philip R. Terman William Douglas Thomas Marilyn Patricia Timms Greg Dean Toon Robert Joseph Trobaugh Trudence Nadine Tyler Margaret Anne Usrey 108 Lynn Ann Van Meter Peter William Vitaliano Bryan Allen Walden Raymond Lee Webb Ronald Maurice Weddle William Leroy Weigel Carol Lynne Wei pott Stephen Michael Wenning James M. Wertz 109 no RITA JEAN ADCOCK Transferred Moorestown High School, Moorestown, New Jersey, 3. Jordannus 4. GAA 4. Russian Club 4, Pres- ident 4. Booster Club 4. Homecoming Queen 4. RICHARD F. ALLEN National Honor Society 4. Sophomore Ring Committee. Swimming 4, VP 4. JOHN DAVID BUCKINGHAM Transferred Lake Forest Academy, Lake Fo. ' est, Illinois 3 SUSAN MARIE CARTER Jordannus 3, 4, Activities Editor 4. Latin Cluu 1, 2. Span- ish Club 2, 3. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 4, MYC 2, 4. Prom Queen. Booster Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Quill and Scroll 4. CAROL JEAN ANDRES The Glass Menagerie, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Wonderful Tang, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Match- maker, Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Thespians 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. French Club 3, 4. E. Wayne Gross Academy 1. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1. MYC 3. Chorus 1. National Honor Society 4. Freshman Cheerleader. Triple Trio 2. BERNADETTE MARIE CINKOSKE French Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, President 2. National Honor Society 3, 4. National Merit Finalist. Indian? State High School Achievement Program for Spanish 2, for Math 1, 3. French Honor Society 3, 4. Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Ungawa ' 3, 4, Secretary-Trpas- urer 3, 4. Most Outstanding Spanish Student 2. Litera- ture Club 3, 4. ROBERT LYNN APPELMAN The Wonderful Tang, Finian ' s Rainbow, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Annie Get Your. Gun. Jordan Jesters 1, 2, 3, 4. Thespians 3, 4. Quad 2, 3, 4. Jordannus 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. E. Wayne Gross Academy 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Les Voyageurs 4. Scholastic Art Award, second place 2. Kodak High School Photo Contest, honorable mention, 4. GEORGE L. BARNETT Spanish Honor Society 3, 4. Literature Club 3, 4. JAMES HOWARD BARRETT Transferred Bloomington High School, Bloomington, In- diana, 2. U-Mens 3, 4. Football 3. Wrestling 3, 4. Sectional Wrestling Champ, 154 lbs., 4. ROBERT KEITH BARROW U-Mens 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 4. Cross Country 3, 4, MVP 4. MERILYNN RUTH BEARD E. Wayne Gross Academy 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Supply Sergeant 1, 2, Vice-President 4. Chorus 2. Girls ' State. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4. ANNE LLOYD BINKLEY Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Quad 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Exchange Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. Jordannus 3, 4. Latin Club 2. French Club 3, 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ex- ecutive Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Chorus 1. National Honor Society 4. French Honor Society 4. Girls ' State. Freshman Cheerleader. Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4. LUNA 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. GERALD WAYNE BORN Transferred ' Garfield High School, Terre Haute, Indiana, 2. AVA 3, 4, Senior Projectionist 4. MARY BETH BRADEN Finian ' s Rainbow. French Club 2, 3. E. Wayne Gross Academy 2, 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, Secretary 4. MYC 2, 3. Chorus 1. National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. National Merit Letter 4. French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Girls ' State. Junior Class Treasurer. DAR Good Citizens Award 4. Literature Club 3, 4. Governor ' s Youth Council 3. Purdue Legis- lative Assembly 4. MARY ANNE COLLER Quad 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 2. Jordannus 1, 2. Spanish Club 2. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4. Booster Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Chorus 4. Reserve Cheerleader 3. DAVID COLLINS Quad 2, 3, Ad Manager 3. E. Wayne Gross Academy 1, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 4. LUNA 3. UHS Science Fair 1st place, 3. SUSAN JANE CONARD GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 3, 4. National Honor Society 4. French Honor Society 3, 4. Girls ' State. FHA 2, 3, 4. TUND E CSOKE Teahouse of the August Moon. Jordan Jesters 4. Jor- dannus 4. Latin Club 1, 2. French Club 4. Russian Club 4, Secretary 4. GAA 1, 2, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 4. MYC 2. National Honor Society 4. FHA 1, 2, 4, Pres- ident 4. . ALICE CLARA DAGHLIAN Jordannus 2, 3, 4, Album Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. National Honor Society 4. National Merit Letter 4. French Honor Society 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Literature Club 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 4. LUNA 3. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE DARBY Jordan Jesters 3, 4. Quad 1, 2, 4; Jordannus 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Student Council 1, 3, 4, MYC 4. Senior Class Treasurer. Reserve Cheer- leader 2. Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4. University High School Radio Show 1, 2. D. PAUL DIETERLE Finian ' s Rainbow, Jordannus 4. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Ten- nis 1. Scholastic Art Awards Contest, Gold Key and Blue Ribbon Winner, 4. STEPHEN FRANK DOLZALL Transferred Shawswick High School, Bedford, Indiana, 2. Jordannus 4. French Club 3, 4. LUNA 4. GERALD LEE DOWLING U-Mens 4. Track 1, 2, 3. Wrestling 3, 4. Ill RALPH SPERRY EADS Transferred Nasjnville High School, Nashville, Indiana, ?.. Finian ' s Rajntow, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Match- maker. Jorda;, Jesters 3 L 4. Lalin Club 2. Student Coun- cil 3, 4. NatJona 1 Honor Society 4. Russian Club 4. Purdue .Legislafve Assembly 4. Literature Club 3, 4. JON CARLETpf- ' ESTfc ' S U-Mens 3, 4 Nctional Honor Society 4. Indiana State High School Achievement Program for Math 1, 2, 3. Goi 1, 2, 3, 4. Ungawa 3 3, 4, President 4. JAA ' .ES LYSTON EVERTTS Latin C ! ' jb 2. U-Mens 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4. National Foot- ball Awcrd. MARY JO FAGAN Quad 1, 2, 3, 4, Herald-Telephone Reporter 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Class Representative 2. Student Council 2. Scholastic Art Award, Gold Key and Blue Ribbon Winner 3, Na- tional Scholastic Art Award, Honorable Mention 3. BARRY EVAN FARBER Transferred Reading High School, Reading, Pennsyl- vania, 4. National Merit Letter. French Honor Society 3, 4. ELEANOR RAE FELL Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 3, 4. Thespians 4. Jordannus 3, 4. French Club 4. Spanish Club 4. GAA 1, 2, 3. Booster Club 1, 2, 3. Student Council 2. Orchestra 1, 2. Chorus 2. Triple Trio 1, 2. Office As- sistant 1, 2. TERRY WAYNE HATCHETT Rifle Club 1 . Outdoor Sportsman Club 1 . AVA 1,2. WILLIAM HENRY HAYNES Football Manager 1, 2, 3. Basketball Manager 1, 2. Wrestling 3. ANN KRESIN HOFFSTETTER Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MYC 3. Chorus 2, 3. Lit- erature Club 4. LUNA 3. SUE ELAINE HUFFMAN Annie Get Your Gun. Jordannus 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MYC 2, 3, 4, Secretary. Chorus 1, 4. Senior Class Secretary. Freshman Cheerleader. Reserve Cheerleader 2. Varsity Cheerleader 4. LUNA 3. JOHN DAVID IVANS Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 4. U-Mens 3, 4. Student Council 1. MYC 2. Football 1, 2, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3,4. Track 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM BENTLEY LANE Football 1, 2. Wrestling 1. Baseball. AVA 1, 2. THOMAS WESTLEY LAUER Diary of Anne Frank, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Matchmaker, Finian ' s Rainbow, Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Thespians 4. Latin Club 2, 4. E. Wayne Gross Academy 1. MYC 2, 4. Orchestra 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2. Baseball 1, 2. Purdue Legislative Assembly 4. LUNA 4. STEVEN LEE FLEMING French Club 3. MYC 4. Band 1, 2, 3. Chorus 3. Or- chestra 2, 3. QUARTERMAN LEE, III MYC 4. National Merit Letter 4. LUNA 3, 4. TEENA GAY FREEMAN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 4. Office Assistant 3. LAWRENCE GOODMAN Football 2. Wrestling 3. CHARLES GIBSON GRAY U-Mens 3, 4, Treasurer 4. National Honor Society 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA JO HALLAGAN Quad 2, 3, 4, Club Editor 3, Assistant Second Page Editor 4. Jordannus 2, 3, 4. GAA 1, 2. Booster Club 1, 2, 4. Chorus 1. LUNA 3, 4. Literature Club 3, 4. FHA 3, 4, News Reporter 3, Historian 4. STEPHEN TIMOTHY LEMON The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Skin of Our Teeth. Latin Club 1, 2. U-Mens 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1, 3, 4, President 4. MYC 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3. Tennis ,1, 2, 3, MVP 3. LUNA 3, 4, President 4. Purdue Legis- lative Assembly 4. Russian Club 4, Treasurer 4. EVA LENART Latin Club 2. Scholastic Art Award, Honorable Mention 3. KYRIL PAUL MAGG Finian ' s Rainbow, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Matchmaker. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Thespians 3, 4. French Club 2, 3. French Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2. National Honor Society 4. Indiana State High School Achievement Program for Math 2, 3. Ungawa 3 3, 4. LUNA 4. State French Contest, second place 3. WILLIAM EDWIN HARRINGTON Jordannus 3, 4. MYC 3. Boys ' State. Golf 1, 2. Track 3. Basketball 1. Outdoor Sportsman Club 1. Rifle Club 1. LUNA 3, 4. JOHN DAVID HARTMAN U-Mens 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3. Basketball 1,234 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN LESLIE MANN Diary of Anne Frank. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Latin Ckub 1, 2. French Club 2, 3. E. Wayne Gross Academy 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Member 2, 4. MYC 4. National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4. D.A.R. Outstanding Freshman. National Council Teachers of English Award 4. Literature Club 3, 4. Mayor ' s Teen Guide Committee 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. 112 ALLAN F. MARSHALL Jordan Jesters 1, 2, 3, 4. Quad 4, Sports Editor 4. Jordannus 4, Sports Editor 4. Latin Club 1, 2. U-AAens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. Student Council 1, 4. MYC 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 4. Sophomore Ring Committee. Basketball 1. Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Cross Coun- try 1, 2, 3, 4. Mayor ' s Teen Guide Committee 2. Latin Award 1. American Legion Award. BARBARA JUNE MARSHALL GAA 1,2,3. Booster Club 1,2,4. FHA 4. RICHARD M. MICHAEL Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 4. Jordannus 4. Spanish Club 1. Student Council 2, 3, 4. Senior Class Vice-President. Football 1, 2. Wrestling 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY WINTON ROSE JR. The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Sk n of Ou- ?;r. Jordan Jesters, 4. Latin Club 2. French » " ' jb 3, 4. Stu- dent Council 4. MYC 3. Band 1. 2, 3, 4, President Z, 4. Governor ' s Youth Council 3. leen Ccd;j Ccmmr ' ee. Indiana State Recreation Association. STEPHEN SCOTT RUSH U-Mens 3, 4. MYC 2. Footbal 1, 2. Baseball 2, 3. LUNA 4. 1, 2, 3, 4. Wre: ' hnci VICTORIA MICHELE SAVAGE The Wonderful Tang. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, k Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary 2. E. Wayne Gross Academy 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. GAA 1.. 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2. Chorus 1. National Honor Society 4. Spanish Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4. Girls ' State. Heart Foundation Grant 2. JAMES BOYD MIRACLE Transferred Jefferson City High School, Jefferson City, Tennessee, 3. KATHERINE COWLES SCHMIDT GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3. Chorus 1, 2, 3. JAMES M. MITCHELL Transferred East Richland High School, Olney, Illinois, 2. French Club 3. E. Wayne Gross Academy 3, 4, Pres- ident 4. National Honor Society 4. National Merit Fi- nalist 4. French Honor Society 3, 4. Les Voyageurs 4. JAMES OSTERBURG Transferred New York City 3. Ungawa 1 4. Chess Club 4. CHARLENE JEAN PARKINGSON Transferred Petersburg High School, Petersburg, In- diana, 4. Jordannus 4. Chorus 4. BARRATT MARSH PATTON U-Mens 3, 4. Band 1 . Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4, MVP 4. JAMES H. PENNINGTON Football Manager 2, 3. AVA 1, 2, 3. JANICE EARLENE PETERS Transferred Bloomington High School, Bloomington, In- diana, 2. GAA 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LYNN PETRY Jordannus 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4. Latin Club 2. French Club 3, 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Nurse ' s Aide 2, 3. Office Aide 3. ALBERT WESLEY PORTER Transferred Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, Florida, 3. NANCY JANE PRICE Latin Club 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Office Assistant 1. BEVERLY ANNE ROMAN Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 2. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MYC 3. Chorus 1, 4. Scholastic Art Achievement Awards, Gold Key 1, 2, Honorable Mentions 4. JONATHAN CAMARON SCHOCH Finian ' s Rainbow, Our Town. Quad 1, 2. E. Wayne Gross Academy 4. Basketball 1, 2. Cross Country 2. Track 2. RICHARD JAMES SCRITCHFIELD Jordannus 4, Business Manager 4. Latin Club 2. E. Wayne Gross Academy 3. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3. MYC 3, 4. Senior Class President. Basket- ball Manager 1, 2. Football 1, 2. Indiana Association Grant for Heart Research 4. ANN GRAY SHANE Transferred New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 2. The Man Who Came to Dinner. Jordan Jesters 3, 4. Jordannus 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, Copy Editor 4. French Club 2, 3, 4. GAA 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, President 4. Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4. National Honor Society 4. Quill and Scroll 4. French Honor Society 3, 4. Homecoming Queen 3. Hoosier Relays Queen 2. Scholastic Art Award 3. PATRICIA MILLS SHANE Transferred New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 2. Skin of Our Teeth, Teahouse of the August Moon. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Thespians. Jordannus 2, 3, 4, Senior, Album Editor 4. Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 3. French Club 2, 3. GAA 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Routine Manager 4. Indiana State High School Achievement for Spanish 3, 4, Bronze Medal 3. Spanish Honor Society 4. Literature Club 3. Quill and Scroll 4. SUSAN HATKER SHANE Transferred New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 2. The Skin of Our Teeth. Jordan Jesters 3, 4. Thespians 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. Jordannus 2, 3, 4, Asso- ciate Editor 4. French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. GAA 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4. MYC 4. Scholastic Art Awards Contest, Gold Key and Blue Ribbon Winner 4. Library Aide 4. Literature 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH SHIVE French Club 3. E.Wayne Gross Academy 1, 2. U-Mens 4. MYC 3. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. LUNA 4. 13 GLFN DALE SKiRVIN, JR. Transferred Washington Catholic High School, Washing- ion, Indiana, 2. AVA 2, 3, 4. ERIC CHARLES SMITH U : Me,ns 3 ..4- Boys ' State. Footbali 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 3, 4. Basketball 1, 30RIS A. SOLNZEFF Transfe ' red Weaver High School, Hartford, Connecticut, 4. Chorus 4. Chess Club 4. KAlHLfcrN SUE SPANGLER French Club 3. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 4. MYC 4. Chorus 1, 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Junior Class Secretary. Literature Club 3, 4. FHA 2. LUNA 3, United Nations Trip Winner 3. STEVEN LEE STEVENS Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 4. Thespians 4. U-Mens 4. Band 1, 2. National Honor Society 4. National Merit Finalist. Indiana State High School Achievement Program for Math 2. Swimming 4. LUNA 4. Ungawa 3 4. JOSEPH WILLIAM STRAIN Finian ' s Rainbow, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 2, 3, 4. Thespians 4. Latin Club 1, 2. E. Wayne Gross Academy 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Band 1, 2, Secretary 2. Chorus 1, 2. Na- tional Merit Finalist 4. MARTHA ANNE TACKITT Quad 2, 3, 4, Assistant Third Page Editor 2, Herald- Telephone Reporter 3, Second Page Editor 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4. Booster Club 3, 4. Student Council 1. Band 1, 2. Orchestra 2. Girls ' State. Quill and Scroll 4. LUNA 4. Office Assistant 4. Liter- ature Club 3, 4. JANET LEA TAPP Jordannus 4. GAA 1, 2, 3. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Library Aide 1. HAROLD L. TATLOCK, JR. Football 1. Track 1. AVA 3, 4. DIANA CHERYL TAYLOR Transferred Bloomington High School, Bloomington, Indiana, 4. Booster Club 4. FHA 4. Scholastic Art Award 4. TRUDENCE NADINE TYLER Transferred Iowa City High School, Iowa City, Iowa, 4. Annie Get Your Gun. Jordannus 4. French Club 4. GAA 4. Booster Club 4. MYC 4. Chorus 4. MARGARET ANNE USREY Transferred Glenbard East High School, Lombard, Illi- nois, 4. GAA 4. Booster Club 4. Chorus 4. LUNA 4. LYNN ANN VAN METER Latin Club 2. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Library Aide 3. Nurse ' s Aide 4. Literature Club 3, 4. PETER WILLIAM VITALIANO Finian ' s Rainbow. Latin Club 1, 2. E. Wayne Gros: Academy 1, 2, 3, 4. MYC 4. Band 1, 2. Orchestra 2 Chorus 1. National Honor Society 4. Swimming 4. Mad- rigal Singers 3. Westinghouse Talent Search State Fi- nalist 4. BRYAN ALLEN WALDAN U-Mens 4. Band 1, 3. Football 1. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. AVA 1, 2. RAYMOND LEE WEBB Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 4. U-Mens 2, 3, 4, President 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 4. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 1, 2, 3, 4, State Champion at 120 lbs. 1, at 145 lbs. 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3. Al Hermann Award. RONALD MAURICE WEDDLE Transferred Franklin High School, Franklin, Indiana, 3. WILLIAM LEROY WEIGEL U-Mens 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 4. CAROL LYNNE WELPOTT Jordannus 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MYC 4. Chorus 2. Office Assistant 4. LUNA 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL WENNING Jordannus 4. Quad 4, Assistant Sports Editor 4. U-Mens 3, 4. Student Council 2. Golf 3.- Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 4. Tennis 1. Cross Country 2, 3, 4. ELTA DOWNING WILLIAMS GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. WILLIAM DOUGLAS THOMAS Transferred Doniphan High School, Doniphan, Missouri, 4. MARILYN PATRICIA TIMMS Finian ' s. Rainbow, The Skin of Our Teeth, Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 3, 4. Quad 2. Jordannus 2, 3, 4. GAA 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4. MYC 2. Chorus 2. Sophomore Ring Committee. LUNA 4. GREGORY DEAN TOON Transferred Wiley High School, Terre Haute, Indiana, 4. Chorus 4. ROBERT JOSEPH TROBAUGH Annie Get Your Gun. Jordan Jesters 4. U-Mens 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 2, 3. 4. Baseball 2. 3. All-State Honorable Mention in Football 4. WAYNE LOWELL WITMER Jordannus 1. U-Mens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Student Council 2. MYC 2. National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice- President 4. National Merit Letter, 4. Indiana State High School Achievement Program for Spanish 3, 4. Spanish Honor Society 4. Boys ' State. Junior Class Vice-President. Prom King. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 3, 4. MARNA WOOLERY Transferred Bloomington High School, Bloomington, In- diana, 2. GAA 2, 3, 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4. Office Assistant 4. CLINT LEROY YOUNG U-Mens 4. Football 1, 2, 3, Manager 4. Chess Club 4, Vice-President 4. 114 PINKSTON ' S, INC. YOUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 110 S. College THOMPSON CLEANERS CROSSTOWN COIN-o-MATIC J J SHOE OUTLET CURRY ' S BOOKSTORE ELLA ' S LADIES ' SHOP TOLBERT ' S TOT SHOP v °° Q O C -D 1! 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For Angora ' round a ring A leans she owns a steady thing! by ... C. EARL EAST Maybe clumsy, maybe shy; Hardly looks her in the eye. Growing pains may make him wince, Ah, but he ' s her charming prince! CURRY CONSTRUCTION CO. 413 S. Washington Phone ED 2-7237 KAHN ' S 115 W. Kirkwood Phone ED 6-3322 BRUMMETT ' S PHARAAACY ' 1300 E. Third Phone ED 2-7271 GREENE AND HARRELL MORTUARY 221 E. Kirkwood CURRY ' S BOOKSTORE AND CASUAL SHOP 1302 E. Third ED 2-9333 HOME LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS 301 S. Lincoln ED 6-6344 HEDRICK ' S DX SERVICE STATION 1320 E. Third ED 9-9612 119 4 - The staff of the 1962 JORDANNUS would like to thank everyone who helped to make this year- book possible. In particular we would like to thank Bob Appelman and Andy Hazelrigg, our student photographers, Mr. Robert Easton, our professional photographer, and Mr. Rex Moonshower, the Taylor Publishing Company representative. To all the other people who have helped us, we say a grateful THANK YOU! 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University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1


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University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1


University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1


University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1


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