University High School - U Highlights Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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M M L YL! t' f TIIE UNIVERSITY df CIIIIZAGII HIGH SCHUIIL I. SY' DEDICATION The Graduating Class ol: Nineteen Fifty-One gratefully dedicates this U-HIGHWAY to a man who has been our inspiration not only as our teacher but as our Frienclg and whose untiring efforts have enriched our lives with a greater appreciation ol: music during his many years at U-l-ligh... HARRIS R. VAIL PRESIDENT So1omon,Fred--Prexy... WresLynn Teom..uGet your class rinqsu Uwhy don't they let me out of herein Abroms,Bob--Nmusclesu... NRobbieu...C1ose contact with the G.C...Gymnast-- House Committee ChQiTmGU CLASS OFFICERS SECRETARY Harris,Jean--nJeannie with the dark brown hciru Well-dressed..Poster Prodigy... GLASS A116H,JQne--uAllumsu... Artistic Acrobat...Am 1 late Qqain1.Those older m9R!..B1ue-eyed blond.. TREASURER Brues,Nancy--'BruesieN VICE PRESIDENT Wagner,Sabinc-uBecnieN worker..Good things come in little packoges.Cou1d n't be o better friend.. NBcggon..z-z-z-Z1..ACrO- Theater..UDeep in the heart of TexasU..Swomp UF '51 Alter. Bob--Magi cicm . . 3. A.S.0...Trock..npoint 01 information!W..Student Council A11ison,Cotherine--Pony Tai1..The Poise..uTomedu ..0n to ballet school... U-Highlights 3 B0fhS6h,HQYm-BGSKGKDGII ...'Char1ie's Auntn..I'm always thinking of YOU-- 1 have a nose bleed!!! rentsen,Andrea--0Andvu :rn Yesterdav..Artist. Tolls on stony groundn ..Blondie Gordon,Adrian--Spanish.. bubbling fashion artist ..Seen but not heard... Sports,wow!! Cheatham,Jeanne--Midway Sports..nSteve Sneedu.. The aspiring artist... George all the way!!! Chapman,Carita--Spiraled piqtai1s...who won the 6601...Ambitious, Active Activities Chairman... Goldsmith,Marvin--Basket- bal1..B.C.Veep..NThat isn't the way we do it in our fratH..nG.B.U.. Goldman,Beila--Editor- in-Chief of Yearbook.. uBN..Cheer1eader...North Side Girl DeCosta,Mari Jane--Foot ll 4 Coen,Gabrie11a--Hsqbby Genoa and points N,3,g, W...uBut,Miss He1mkamp..n ball, anyone1..Down to earthlwormsl...weather's fine up here..DeTermaned Di11ard,Martin--Naate to admit it, butu,.B.C.Pub. Chrm..Basketba11..NGoing to feed the ratsu UGet your blanks inglu Friedman,Judith--Judy with the 1augh..S.C. Se Typing Fingers..Rivers, Streams, and Brooks... C Dro1aom,George--Sh0P--- Hgaorge all the wayu... Those boots . . EverYthiY19 is fine at the farm... Erickson,Brian--Track.. S.C..,'Extra, extra, get your public Informer herell!n Donahue,Andy--Basketball ...Student Council... Crusher..nBiq Radu.. Mule Train... E ray,Dorothy--Cheer1ead- r..Brother Kirt..fish- 1i1s..good 1ookingg1,, Gray,Sherrard--USherryU track star..That hair- cut..Being educated... UNO French bookfu... Hed1und,Reuben--WRuben.. B.C.Soc. Com..Basketba11 The Nash..C1ose contact with the G.C..C0median1 Lerman,Stuart--HSYGWYN Dance Band..LOH9'Wind9d comedian. . -Pianist ' ' ' Morris B- Sachs... Leib,Judy--North Side Dab..Stomp IhhS..uTh9 Educatoru..House parties ..Smi1e full of dimples. Hirsch,Arthur--Those ties..that briefcase.. HAIWGYB willing to o- b1igeu..1ntrcmura1 Board Lee,Nancy--The G. C.'S peppy Prexy..Cheerleader ,,NThe Roving KindN.... Close Contact with B.C. Jaburek,Ruth--NJabby, the po1iceman's daugh- terU..station wagon... gatin..uDon't get fresh, DOY ' n 1reines,J09--uJ09Yu" 'Lgftyu..MuSiC,Mu5ic ausic...MQQSfr0.--nP190Se 'Rocket oldsu Karris,Brnest--nErni?u" Horperlg Monthly--Quiet: serious..nwhut'S in that case1..8 YT5- of Greek Kauffman,Micae1a--Those long skirts..uMickeyn.. G.C. Soc. Com. Chrm... HB1anchen..Prench Student Kirt1ey,Robert--uBobH.. Brother Kirt..uBootseyu Bi-Colored Ford..Fish- toi1..B.C. Act. Com. Ch Koff,Arthur--uGreat Lqv- ern..Bcsketba11,Soccer MGj0T..UWh9h I soy shut up,1 mean shutupn..Chevie KhiQhf,A1ffSd--T9hhi8 Man..That hoircut..Mt. C1imbGT..LQPidQIY... Science Fiction anaster,Lynn--Laughing pe11s...uKing g9l9m9n's inesU..Quiet as a bab- ing brook..uHi,HonH... MCR9dm0hd,MGuf99h--NBWIY Meh1er,Sue--Dutch'Dar- arrived from the East.. ling..That silent blush That vocab..That accent Intro. Board... But,Mr. ...Qur gain, their loss Edgett..u A good diver.. 1eyers,Aaron--Pitcher.. 5rain..that car..subt1e numor...from Arizona... Qhythm on the keyboard. Necheles,Ruth--UNickyu. Padnos,Michael--nmickeyu Midway Editorials... Gymnastics...NPeteyH... The Debater...Soc. sci. 10101 and the sticks.. ..where's Don?1 Hmangez le oiseauu.. Meyer,Gai1--Hpinkyn... Cheerleader Couch..Side door to a sa1oon..Per- sonality plus... Meyer,Judy--Intramurals ...Sports page follower From California with that hairdo..Ath1etic Pa1mer,Artholian--NArtie ..Chic..1ntramurals... Sports in general.. PGU1,L6B1i6-'L69Zi1'.. Phi1osophy...Music... Canteen Headaches.. Rosenb1um,Jim--wrestling ..Audrey..S.C. Prexy... nIt's winterizedgput up those windowsU..Feed the rats! Ricketts,Shir1ey--Intra. Board Prexy..NRoving Kindn..Horses, Horses, Horses...what's his DRIFT GH9197-. Ravid,Ben--Veddy, veddy Eng1ish..HEgyptian Ellan How about o devaluation of the pound?..Track... papers... s Robinson,E1izabeth--A1- ways smiling..Dramatics Last year's 10th grade boy..nLizzyU... Rooth,Gai1--Athletic... LibIOfiQh,JI..ThOS9 g1asses..The Soc. Sci. Rothschi1d,Louis--Audio- Rubovits,Audrey--Cheer- Visual Aids...Hwho's on 1eader..C1ose contact first1u..M.C...Assemb1y with the wrestling team. Committee. NNY brother SGid..u..N6Gt Ruby,Debby--Jim W. for Kinq..nPennies, anyoneru .The Squeak..Shutter bug .chneiderman,Jane--Janie .Arsenic and Qld Lace.. allet -a- la- Cathy... .'Stanford Crawfordn.. Schwab,Ji11--Midway Ed- in-chief.The 1augh.uYes but I mean.N..Dramatics Schu1tz,Margoret--Marge ..G.C. Publicity Chair- man..nwe need more in- vitations.n weist,Margie--G.C. VeeP NI don't live so far!n Baton Twir1er..Cheer- 1eader..Qgg5gjQ9ll wa1ton,Mirian--Modern Dancer..1ntramura1 Board ..Speed Queen..Great voice..Jimmie Shanties Schwartz,Richard--Public 1nformer..Litt1e Colonel A paper against a paper Silent Soc. Sci. Student wa1ker,Wa1ter--A whiz at sports..Basketba11.. B.C. Prexy..nTruman isn't in Korea, is he7n ShGPif0,LGfIY--LiQhtB out..UHot LiPSn...The Ray games...Basketboll Vickman,Morilyn--Uvickyn Has pull in the office. .nDon't you have some penniesiu 'iii Shera,Brooks--Forever Friedmqg...fruit flies Thai Cor!-It's moo.. To1mQn,Ruth--NTo11ieu ..Ta1tono and those long romantic cruises!..plons will be Altered! Blondie Spoeth,Virgino--Muster pionist...out in the sticks..nI don't like frogs.n Terry,Bob--North Side commuter..Qh Suzanne That cur..Muscles... Two perpendiculors to c line. Termon,David--Tall folk flock toqether..uBon- jour,ModQme.u..Sister Morcia...Stroiqht A's Wi11ioms,Dona1d--NDonu.. 660 winner..uDenisu.. hot mode1...Corito... Wood,Dcv1d--uDr1ftn.. Snatch..Bcsketbo11.. Track..Spanish..white Orchids Zener,Robert--Pianist... Ce11o..A's,A's,A'S,A'S-- Alice in Wonderland Zuvis,Bi11--HJust Plain Bi11U..Midway..Mogicion ..NGot some gum7N..The Comb..Fencing Zyqmund,Georqe--That Hudson..Jeanne..The Pride of Po1ond...The movies CAMERA SHY Fermi,Giu1io--Deboter.. MQfCUS,Phi1--Soc.3ci, uNQPO1QOhu..BTQih..S.C. whiz---Phi10SOph6r... Student Council... That hair.-music. Greene,wa1ter nThe B.C. HOSfu..nLOVG that chalku Math genius..'A book a ddYn..LOCk9Y Library June 15, 1966 U-HIGH CLASS OF '51 HOLDS REUNION Today the class of '51 held their first reunion, at the home of MARILYN VICKMAN, wealthy penny collector. One of the first arrivals was ANDREA ARENTSEN, successor to Maggie McNellis on the Tintair TV Show, and her chauffeur, REUBEN HEDLUND, in a new, improved Nash. They were soon followed by JEANNIE HARRIS, head of a thriving advertising agency. JOEY KREINES, president of General Motors Corporation, and his personal secre- tary, JUDY FRIEDMAN, came in a Rocket Olds fof coursej. Atelegram was received from DEBBIE RUBY of Chevrolet Motors fame, and AUDREY RUBOVITS, who were unable to attend because of their joint debut. Since the Senate Crime Committee, headed by AARON MEYERS, was in- volved in hearings at the time of the reunion, Aaron and big time gambler MARVIN "Costello" GOLDSMITH were unable to be present. ERNIE KARRIS was also absent because he has devoted his life to the Ewes in Togoland. WALTER WALKER, oldest bat boy ever to be employed by the Chicago Cubs, was deep in conversation with his old buddy, DON WILLIAMS, who be- came a tester of track shoes. LARRY SHAPIRO, who took over Benny Good- rnan's band, talked "theater" with DOROTHY GRAY and ARTHOLIAN PALMER, the latest Broadway rages, who had come with their dress designer, ADRIAN GORDON. MAUREEN McREDMOND was unable to come from Atlantic City,where she had been running the beauty contests. JUDY LEIB, owner ofa playschool for pre-kindergarten children, arrived with CARITA CHAPMAN, famous hair stylist, who has been busy trying to keep Judy's hair curly. GIULIO FERMI, noted conductor of quiz programs, listened while ALFRED KNIGHT explained about his rocket ship, which was the first ever to reach Pluto. BEN RAVID, the first humanto set foot on Venus and candidate for the Interplanetary Council, was taking active part in this conversation. MARI JANE DeCOSTA, manager ofa water polo team, came with her star player, WALTER GREENE. They were fascinated by the tale of hot-rod racers GEORGE ZYGMUND and BROOKS SHERA. MARTIN DILLARD was busy at home feeding his prize rat, George, who now weighs 135 pounds. GABRIELLA COEN was unable to come because she was just appointed ambassador to Italy and was on her way over. ANDY DONAHUE was celebrating his new position as president of the Orange Crush Drink Company. BOB KIRTLEY, the "new master painter from the faraway hills," and JEANNE CHEATHAM got together on art. Jeanne is a cartoonist for the Tribune whose editorship has been assumed by NANCY LEE. This was due to the fact that Col. McCormick was killed in his foolproof A-Bomb shelter. A heated discussion was being carried on by NANCY BRUES, president of the National Association for the Revival of the Flapper Era, and MICHAELA KAUFFMAN, champion of women's rights. MARGIE WEIST, famous psychiatrist, arrived with her raving patient, ROBERT ABRAMS, who was trying to walk on his hands in a straight jacket. At this point, practical joker MICKEY PADNOS let loose a jar of fruit flies, but the minor riot this caused was quickly suppressed by RUTH JABUREK, head of the Women's Police Force. ROBERT ALTER was diligently attending to the soaring Crosley sales in South America. RUTH TOLMAN, owner of racing "penquins," and GEORGE DROLSOM, owner of a fleet of racing tractors, compared notes. George is a fireman in his spare time. DAVID WOOD, former beachcomber, now Mayor of Chestertonfpopula- tion 3,000,000j, and JUDY MEYER, head of the California Chamber of Com- merce, got together. SUZANNE MEHLER arrived in good, but greasy shape, after swimming the English Channel. GAIL MEYER, former assistant to Miss Hathorne, and a non-creative teacher of Modern Dance, chatted with LYNN MANASTER, setter of world record for silence, and BEILA GOLDMAN, dancing instructress at Sun Valley. RICHARD SCHWARTZ sent his regrets from a home for the blind where he has been placed since he ruined his eyes on television. LESLIE PAUL has become the owner of the 'You Park 'Em, We Bump 'Em' parking lot. GAIL ROOTH, librarian, arrived with JILL SCHWAB, professor of Eng- lish, and MARIAN WALTON, kindergarten teacher. BRIAN ERICKSON, head of the popular movement to de-standardize spell- ing, conversed with RUTH NECHELES, who runs a correspondence school, SHERRARD GRAY, collector of antique autos, arrived two hours late in the late st addition to his collection, with HAYM BERNSEN, driving instructor. STUART LERMAN has recently become president of the National Associ- ation for the Advancement of Captain Video. ARTHUR KOFF, rancher 'out west' Qwhere he imports leis from Oahul, came with BOB TERRY, successor to Charles Atlas. Greetings were received from ARTHUR HIRSCH, who accidently almost strangled himself with a fuchsia Cutter Cravat and is now recuperating. The loss of his sight did not stop internal surgeon DAVID TERMAN. He is now the first man ever to operate by radar. SHIRLEY RICKETTS, noted equestrian, came in a wheel chair, after fall- ing off a Shetland Pony. Soon came the highlights of the reunion. The entertainment opened with a musical selection played by a piano quartet consisting of BOB ZENER, VIRGINIA SPAETH, FRED SOLOMON, and PHILIP MARCUS. They were followed by a playlet,featuring JANE SCHNEIDERMAN, MARGARET SCHULTZ, and ELIZABETH ROBINSON, all outstanding actresses of the day, and under the directon of JANE ALLEN, who is now the head of Acrotheater. Then LOUIS ROTHSCHILD, famous comedian, took over. During his routine, BILL ZAVIS, a struggling magician, in a rage of jealousy, threw a knife at Louis. Fortunately, there was a doctor inthe house. Although JIM ROSENBLUM, skilled veterinarian, and his assistant, SABINA WAGNER, had been late due to the birth of a litter of pigs, they arrived soon enough to shoot poor Louis out of his misery. The program concluded with CATHERINE ALLISON, who was able to take time out from her engagement at the Civic Opera House to dance for the reunion. .. . .A f .mmxi WMF' ,-Qi' ra.- if-'I' - Q--an i Miss Bicanich's Homeroom - Cl-rl Back row: P. Schiller, H. Mal kind, R. Christiansen, R. Winter, R. VanAbrahams, M. Lebowitz, C. Karcazes. Middle row: A. Shakow, S. Smith, R. Swanson, M. Fleischer, D. Newman, C. Wright, W. Salam. Front row: J. Por- ter, E. Thurlimann, K. Adams, H. Long, C. Rogers, A. Mims, J. Kaplan. Mr. Swan's Homeroom - Cl-rj Back row: G. Rubloff, H. Klein, A. Bernick, M. Watkins, E. Fukushima, S. Katz. Middle row: B. Cheatham, J. Levine, L. Rosen, T. Kaiser, M. Ansell, J. Ivory. Front row: A. Hester, S. Perkins, S. Mettel, M. Anday, M. Reit- man, L. Bellows. Absent: D. Palmer. th , '51 I x E .5 N f Af H-iff th OO 5,4 fir 9,10 Mme. Martin's Homeroom - fl-rl Back row: S. Hodes, F. Dimetros, L. Small, B. Frisby. Middle row: L. Dea, C. Hoffenberg, Mme, Martin, C. Puttkammer, J. DeSchaaf, B. Lisco. Front row: J. Laves, A, Tate, A. Aasen, M. Crawford, J. Burril. Absent: M. Chernoff, C. Eggert, D. Jones, Miss Letton's Homeroom - il-rj Back row: W. Rattner, R. McClel- land, T. Jersild, A. Millard. Middle rows J. Sensibar, J. Hayes, J. Shapira, J. Ellis, K. Wilson, D. Villarejo, L. Hershenhorn, A. Frank. Front rows G. Levy, J. Moon, L. Goldberg, J. Jaburek. Absent: J. Davidson, M. Rattner, L. Wbintraub. th 1... th Miss Podendorf'seHomeroom - fl-rl Back row: M. Curran, T. Mar tin, Y. deBruyn, H. Stephenson, A. Davidson, S. Stenn, R. Ken yon. Middle row: S. Ford, C. Dahlberg, V. Wood, N. Goldring, N. Adelman, P. Gerson. Front row: Q. Stiefel, C. Wilder, D. Cloudman, G. Siegel, R. Neff, T. Finder, C. Lindsay. Absent: R.Hmtmg. Miss Ke1ler's Homeroom - Cl-rl Back row: A. Va,nTel1ingen, N. Jacobson, M. Miller, E. Knox, F. Kraus, Y. Campbell, A. Wilson. Middle row: J. stone, L. Gates, D. zimberoff, w. Dom, C- De- Costa, T. Bobrinskoy, K. Finder, D. Hess. Front row: M. Toomin, E, Davis, D. Penn, D. Zetland, R. Berthel, E. UI1'0GI'U18I1- i th an NISQNW Mr. Whito's Homeroom - Cl-rl Back rom C. Holt, A. Taitol, T. Young, J. Battenburg, R. Goldberg. 3rd row: G. Karonsos, T. Cato, R. Barron, L Mullin, L. Kaplan, B. Steinberg. 2nd row: J. Gourfain, A. Stenn, J. Nathanson, S. Martin, M. Friodlandor, A. Proctor. Front rows M. Wobb, M. Msolane, E. Lao, J. Hudson, A. Smith, NL Morony, A. Glaser. Absent: C. Bruos. Mrs. Quinn's Homeroom - Cl-rj Back row: B. Cohen, A. Dahlberg, H. Hill, R. Kronenberg, J. Koller, S. Jordan. Middle rows C, Saposnik, J. Robbins, M. Anderson, C. Nelson, E. Kersey. Front rows M. Garrett, K. Elson, J. Meyer, S. Goldblatt, M. Leventhal, J. Adams, J. Leiber. Absent: T. Kirshbaum, B. Woiss. Mrs. Go1den'a Homeroom - fl-rl Back rows S. Tuvhih. P- S9Yf9ftr N. Arrington, N. Stein, L. Alexander. H' SPUS91. K- 0'Fl!'1'911' Middle row, J, Wbbb, HL Krall, A. Brody, A. Jensen, IL Hb1m0ln M. Wirszup. Front rows C. Heidol, M. Okoenberg. P- Lev. S'MlY9f J, Adler, L. Zand. Mr. Erickson's Homeroom - K1-rl Back row: S. Tax, E. Trevino, C. Ware, G. Brice, E. Meyer, G. Welfeld, S, Levy. Middle row: A. Arieff, W. Altman, P. Tavins, H. Hughes, I. d'Ancona, R. Heller, C, Fisher. Front row: G. Coates, D. Landau, F. Wong, D, North- rop, W. Saddler, P. Sciaky. Absent: J. Everett, S. Mayer, P. McKeon, P. Miller, R, Perlman. LIBRARY STAFF MISS JANECEK, MISS BICANICH ' -XS 1? 1 MR. SEYEERT mmzcfoff OF THE LABoRA'romc SCHOOL, .wr LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MRS. ROBSON, SPANISHg MRS. STEADMAN, LATINg MME. MARTIN, FRENCH MRS. BRICE, PUBLICATIONSg MRS. MITCHELL, READING CLINICg MISS MC CORD, SUPERVISOR RECORDS OFFICE SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RS UINN MR. EDGETT, MRS. STOR- M . Q , ING, NR. WHITE JUG MR. MOORE, ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTORg MRS. JAMESON, SCHOOL PSYCHOIDGISTg MR. BEARD, COORDINATOR OF STUDENT PERSON- NEL SERVICESg MISS SHEPHERD, SCHOOL HOSTESS UNIFIED ARTS DEPARTMENT NRS. BHIOE, PUBLICATIONS, MR. VAIL, MUSICg MH. FEHL, ART ASSISTANTg NRS. GOLDEN, DRAMATICSg NR. WITTICK, SHOP, MISS KELLER, HOME ECONOMICSg MRS. BURK- HOLOER, DRAMATICSg NH. HARRINGTON, SHO NR. MASON, BANDg MR. ERIOKSON, ART SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MR, SWAN, MISS PARKER, MR. SMITH, MISS PODENDORF P MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MISS LAYNE, MHS. HOELSCHER, MRS. JUNKER, MISS JOHN ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MISS HELMKAMP, MISS LETTON, MR. MC GUIRE 'CO- . 'Q 'V N rg. . W. . . ,, -. I me Fi K 4 X QED L " PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPT. VI BACK Row KL-RD: Miss Q IZA 3 KELLY, MISS RAMSAY, Q N MRS. Jomss, MISS Q A T' HATHORN. FRONT Row: I A MR. HURLEY, MR. ZARVIS DR. NEWMAN, SCHOOL DOCTORQ MRS. FROMAN, SCHOOL NURSE , Q i , www ,-"NW ,Y- I , W' hw L44 If gfi-Y" f-1 ,,,- T23 - Wifi? if in SW -.a f 1 I Qilkfwsa 'IU 5'1'AtLU" 98601 'f l.Ll:k., I ILIIYD Lght o'c1o- 5 The elections 9 '- -d s started BOX' ooffx cers of the grad: , 1 wif? ggtlnjfcgzagiiis Secretary' and Iit Parade' b K 2 59 jobs, ' QW in-oe: 7' 'tw The tenth ' W 'dent Of the eighth grade is goqe ,oexd ZA 01 Soloman as pres.. Q ada Krauss secertary, BASICETBALAQAB:-E 060 The XZ we: vice presidentg Jean L er. L r .isa-Mow o cteav Nancy Brues as treasurer. S the 2 I ' A The ninth grade officers ar D 0 Selig NS Sensibar president John Sha ir' v1- I I 1 'I ' p L' Alth L00 s' as - game tough we Iost X gaix 5,5 Q J 30, We 'IVH-irvard, 38 'lu' nm mam Scweb. 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'ha ' ,qoW.Wc -a Monday Mar. 26 sch 1 idgsclgg to :elvis SD-:lst n'6Z2eU-High 'cie,N-9:J,O'Jiii0 gIV03"T'ie5-1 May ,7, 8,0I?Ia5'ei:?l?d1:ys P0 E as I IS. 5- 'g,0 ' 30 6 Iles ay May 30, D - vagnghog Dglyime for anim S Tgjkers vt cxiigmezevwi Wednesday: June 13, Sctilizfatiltgolseiay : fungi? On' 1:21005 thativz A Wm 'OIZIIIU Gp si 9016 Flggfly, June 15, Graduation exercises G a I ' . ' v , -- . , nd. For to Signitdool' was mural Boaiuaenu up 329661 tix-001 nwoefg 1109 005210930 Z1 games entertam: H hole Year me Intl: upon mg: an and fy Q-al . VZ X-X0QSxgX'a16 5165 ,. b Given ' Rerr ' Square en' th This m imre is is 0 'fi we 0 I 'i 1 - ' 0 . . 0 Q09 'el'-alzv eshments dancin ere rk hard m intwmura rmivpaw? 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Yes, youx an dvggerh 9' -nwreff QQ 06 cs' LP e121,.' 73 el' 0 fe 9616 fdq 01503 J th grades' There wx m and' . x .9 ed 1t,.the students won, by a Scot W its vmgfaihmutax pr.. dba 1-ooo? oqld-26, Gy W Of f 11145: Sbolbfo' 6-:mtg Gum- Clubes and the DR give . This was the first student-facuL Spit the intrang, that megs xaqldbg '77 Q46 00080070 alba 236. Qlbeyments and Ganges classnvahere als' Ckey Same W0n by the students. evx io we extectivifies' T1 from 531909 .zo 6 Q wlafe be 11 SQL' mrade Mamie Shrew' ur Pate' me second student-faculty game in nf aw in thi-lf' n by 93 lobe!!! 024' ,J SQA, fo 6 00,1 granting oi 5 you and YZ their p' sort ever won by the students. c12yticiPa:gg grade- oaojofe ft 246 flqgife be timehigrugiighers an P I ' mrollgh we 029. biivf-f"1Y.. meet ot' STUDENT COUNCIL 4th row Cl-rl: J. Rosenblu QPres.I, L. Paul, G. Fermi, A. Donahue, R. Alter, H. Bernsen. 3rd row: J. Friedman CSec.J, L. Rothschild, H. Stephenson, M. Morony. 2nd row: S. Wagner, N. Arrington, T. Bobrinskoy CTreas.7, F. Kraus, C. Hoff- enberg. Front rows A. Millard, W. Salam, M. Oksenberg, M. Mullin. Absent: N. Gold- A ring, C. Ware, R. Heller, S. Jordan, E. Kersey, H. Malkind, J. Levine,D. Palmer, L. Small, T. Jersild. Advisers: Mr. Beard. M139 R5m99ya MTS' Steadman, Mrs. Storing. To start the year off on the right foot, the student organization budget was prepared. The next important activity was U-High's Leadership Conference sponsored by the Service Committee. As in the past, the Council chose the cheerleaders and sponsored the Stomp Inns. The Assembly Committee planned programs to be given every other week. The Bazaarnival, held on March lOth, was financially profitable records were purchased for the Student and socially successful. Dance Activities Pool. Under Council direction, the Canteen, which got off to a slow start last year. WHS trans' ferred from the Boys' Club to the former Atomic Shop in Belfield. Open at noon and after school, it has met with great popularity. Among the accomplish ents of the MIDWAY were the first-day-of-school issue, traditionally published, and the U-Highgrams at the Bazaarnival. On Friday, April 13, the school was greeted with the 'U-High Halfway' humor issue, and to close was published. The issues. A staff of experience for work MIDWAY EDITORIAL STAFF Back row: K1-rl E. Robinson KFeaturesJ Nancy Jacobson lExchsngeD. Front row: Jeannie Cheatham lSportsl, Jill Schwab fEditor-in-Chiefl, Ruth Necheles lBusi- DGSSP. Absent: Ruth Jaburek CNewsl. Advisers: Mrs. Brice, Mr. McGuire. the year a literary supplement of upper school writing MIDWAY stressed features, especially in the six-page 53 students from all upper school grades gained valuable next year on the M DWAY. UC 1 V U I BOYS' CLUB BOARD Back row Il-rl: R. Abrams KHouse Comm. Chrm.l, R. Kirtley KActivities Comm. Chrm.l, M. Goldsmith CVice Pres.D, W. Walker fPres.l, M. Dillard IPublicity Comm. Chnn.l, R. Hedlund KSocia1 Comm. Chrm.l. Front row: M. Watkins, C. Holt, H. Hill, R. Berthel, A. Jensen. Absent: N. Adelman, G. Coates, C. Heidel, C. Karcazes, D. Jones KTreasurerJ, L. Wein- traub CSec.D Advisers: Mr. Edgett, Mr. Wittick, Mr. Zarvis. The first activity of the BOYS' CLUB was the Big-Little Brother Party, held the day before school opened. Early in the year, the annual joint committee suppers with the Girls' Club were held. Then the Boys' Clubroom was redecorated and shown to the upper school at the Thanksgiving Open House. The Boys' Club Dance, held of January 27th, was a huge success. The Girls' Club and the Boys' Club worked together on the Groundhog Day party for the seventh and eighth graders. The GIRLS' CLUB get off to a successful start with its Big-Little Sister Tea. During the first week of school, a mixer was held at neon. This was followed by Hallowe'en, Christmas, and Valentine's Day Open Houses, 0th9r important a0t1Vlti9S included the joint Committee Supperg w1+h +h9 Boys' Club and the seventh and eighth grade party. At the end of March Mother-Father-Daughter parties were held. Th t ' e heme f th Girls' Club Dance was 'April Showers.n O 6 annual spring GIRLS' CLUB 5rd row il-rj: M. Schultz iPublicity Chnn.J, M. Kauffman iSocial Chrm.J, C. Chapman KActivities Chrm.l, R. Tol- men lHouse Chrm.I, N. Lee QPres.l, M. Weist KVice-pres.l, G. Meyer, A. Rub- ovits, C. Wilson. 2nd row: A. Wilson, T. Martin, B. Cheatham CSec.J, J. Por- ter lTreas.l. lst row: K. O'Farrel1, J. Meyer, G. Welfeld. Absent: M. Fried- lander, A. Tate. Advisers: Miss Janecek, Mrs. Junker, A Mis s Layne 4 INTRAMURAL BOARD Back row: ll-rD E. Thurlimann, K. Adams, S. Mohler, S. Ricketts QPres.D, L. Gates. Middle row: M. Walton, B. Lisco QVice Pres.I, K. Elscn, J. Everett. Frcnt row: D. Landau, M. Kroll, F. Demetros, S. Hodes, A. Hirsch. Absent: we Dcmm, Rs N8ffe Advisers: Mr. Hurley, Mrs. Jones, Miss Kelly. Besides the three regular Intramural Seasons, the Student-Faculty Hockey and Basketball games were held. For the first time in a ndisgrace- ful number of yearsn the students won the hockey game, but the basketball game was not quite so successful. The annual Intramural Board Party was planned for May 25th. The U-HIGHWAY staff was formed in February from tenth grade volunteers Editors were elected from the general committee and the work of collecting photographs, writing squibbs, and organizing layout was started. Photogra- phers, writers, typists, artists, proofreaders, and loyal workers were pressed into service to meet the deadline so that U-Highers could have a permanent record of 1950-51. In tact, if it weren't for these people, you wouldn't be reading this now! U-HIGHWAY EDITORIAL STAFF Back row Cl-rl: B. Goldman fEditor-in- Chiefl, L. Manaster fGeneral Writing Ed.J, R. Hedlund C Squibb Ed.D, M. Viokman QTyp1ng Edd, A. Rubovits QLayout Ed. J. Harris CTyping Ed.D. Front row: C. Chapman QProof reading Ed.D, G. Meyer QPhotography Ed.J, R. Tohnan CGrdduate Pictures Ed.D. Advisers: Mr. McGuire, Mrs. Brice Xqfs Baseball Bernsen, Haym Dillard, Martin Goldsmith, Marvin Hbdlund, Rubs Koff, Arthur Meyers, Aaron Wallcer, Walter Malkind, Herbert Basketball Bernsen, Haym Dillard, Martin Donahue, Andy Goldsmith, Marvin Hedlund, Rube Koff, Arthur Shapiro, Larry Walker, Walter Wood, Dave Christ ianeen, Dick Fukushima, Eiichi Jones, Dewey Karcazes, Connie Puttkammer , Charles Rattner, Bill Schiller, Phillip Shaknw, Alex Shapira, John Villarejc, Don Fencing Zavis , B111 Mil lard , Arthur Rattner , Michae l X f- Q I 56' Rceenblum, Jim Abrams, Bob Qgaatice Abrams, Bob Padnos, Mickey Soccer Bernsen, Haym Koff, Arthur Jones, Dewey Smith, Stuart Swim 155 Malklnd, Herbert Palmer, Don Salam, Bill Weintraub, louis T0ll!l1! Knight, Alfred Ratt ner, Michael Shapira, John -, f ? la '16-'Q' 5' ,,-L Track Clndoorz Alter, Bob Gray, Sher-rard Knight, Alfred Ravid, Ben Williams, Dcn Chernoff, Mike Rubloff, Gilbert Small, Lynn Track C0utdocrI Alter, Bob Fermi, Giulio Gray, Sherrard Padnos, Mickey Ravid, Ben Solomon, Fred Williams, Don Wood , Dave Cherncff, like Rubloff, Gilbert Small, Lynn Watkins , Mitchell Wrestling Rcsenb lum, J im Solomon, Fred Lebcwitz, Maurice Van Abrahams, Ronald fu ' .--5 L,.J K X gf fl x fXi7 Xffd N fl-4, -A I f-5 ,fs ,..-- f-L ,,in-1-"""""'1"' 'Sf The U-HIGHWAY staff' wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Seyfert for the homeroom and faculty photos and for many of' the candid shots appearing in this publication. His aid to the photography committee has been invaluable. We would also like to thank Mr. McGuire, Mrs. Brice, and the many other people who helped to make this book possible. FLW-.G. Pru.-sess""" 90 m"'M"""3 . 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