University School of Milwaukee - Trident Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

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N"'7Y V1ulm.LQ,g2 WSL sis' N Xb 49' '9- 25, .f X193 goo wwf Y' -rg-.43 Q "F ,-ff , A,-f ,. , 1 .S .1 ,Jw ' .YQ A ' H, J- 0' ' K Q "if .54-"P P 3 ,bf . , O in 5 , lr xx W - i J , ff 5 -a- 'Q Q4 wwf' iff" Hb U FV .3 ' if G j 3 s W HLHUHUH - .W - , H published Senior wp 5 ? I 1" 'ff Milwaukee University School 5' 1' ' ' ,4 w Q' A 1 4 - g W '7' i ,I 7 Q I X .ff , ,X ' 'LE , 1 I di ' f f Y E 6 2 -Q11--. ., ,Avi I i Q ,Y. Ylllqvw .. , Dedlcatlon We the class of 44 dedicate thas annual to l.t lj g l Mllward Froberg The boys on the athletic teams were devoted to hum no matter how hard he made them work l-las Modern l-lzstory class was one ot the best Though he lett us to joan the Navy hns work ln the school wlll not be forgotten l-le will always be remembered by the students ot M U S as Frosty Q Q , . , I I ' 1 ' 1 ll ll Board ot Trustees rl Gollouer Presrdemt G C Solrsbury Vrce Presrdemt WolterG Zrrm Treosurer Korl 0 Belloclq J M McLoughIm A C Escrrwerler Jr Mrs Clrtford Rondo!! George G Goetz W A Thompson J H Hemdee AlbertG Trostel Jr VVolter Kosten Mrs Wm D Vogel Mrs Jorm Dreterle fn - Mrs, Gustave Pabst, Jr. r........ Secretory Sta Edutors Pot Krueger Corole Weasel Sports Edntors Photogrophy Luterory Deportment Art Deportmemt Bull Browne Worrem Donotwer Make Gotes Corol Stock Nellne Ree Pome Kitty Lou Prescott Louise Ott Advertising ,,....,...,.. Chuck Horoer CAROLE WEISEL Has done her share on the year book to fund Carole look for Danny a whuz un the kutchen and oh what results Never a dull moment un the Weusel recreatuon room T S h favorute expressuon Loves to eat Kakue Ente ed l936 Hockey l 2 Academy Edutor 4 Glee Club l 3 Booster Club 3 4 Blue Team WARREN DANAHER What would the lower school do wuthout hum must be that paternal unstunct loves lemon pue especually to fund Danny look for Carole Touchown kung Co Captaun of the undefeated l943 football team Pops Entered l94O F Ofumuuu 2 3 new 2 3 4 Tennus2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Co Captaun of Football 4 Class Treasurer Z 3 4 Booster lChaurmanl ll ll . 3. , 0 , u u -, V , , u W 5 ' , , J , , : - ' i I , u I Club 45 Boy's Chorus 3, 4g Athletic Council 4 l u V ' -1- I ' ' II ll 1 . . ef ll - ll Q . -f J , 1 ' 2 A f LI , I A Looks and talks like Donald Duck Why so popular comsng to school could It be has snster9 A Yankee Doodle Dandy Mr Everett s delight wnth has sketches Mr Leker s pal Pet peeve has allowance .lack E te ed 943 S m Q 4 Booster Cl GEORGE GOETZ Master mechannc Inventor ofthe Rolls Ruff Loyal stooge of the Mnnstrel Show Keeps the mornnng assemblnes allve with has ready wut Known for hns famous rendutnon of Nine Old Ladies Goetzue E tered l94O R fle 2 3 4 T ack 3 4 Basket ball 4 Track Manager 2 Booster Club 4 Dro m tc Club l 2 3 4 ll L II ' ' Ili-Il ' ll H Q i , , : f , Q - Ol f , , - 5 4' ' R Joe-IN KAESTNER d 4 . . . - I . ' a 1 4 I - l - I ll ll - - l n r l g wim in j ub 4. GEORGE COLBURN Joyful George Handyman with excuses Draft board proves a con stant worry Walt tlll he faces Un cle Sam s G l halrcut Second home on l-lampshnre Knlled humself work :ng for the Casket Co at lZV2c per hour Shingle E te ed l9-12 Football 4 NELLIE REE PAINE Staggers out of assembly after Stamp announcements One man on her mnnd and not much else Favor :te pupnl of Mr Ward Carried a really tough course Pat and Ree can always be found together Annual wouldn t have been the same without her ee E te ed l9-42 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Acad e A G ls ClubV Teo , . IIR ll H f 2 z ' 5 - 1 4 my nnuaI4g ir ' ice-president 4g Blue ff rn. W , E S II ll ' I . ,. , . -. - 3 . ll ' ll n r ' j . PATRICIA LINTON First head of the Gnrls Club Theres an auburn tant to Pattys locks Terntuc we re not alone In tlmnknng that Loves Marlne green er than planned Gone but not for gotten Patty E te ed l9-42 Hockey 3 4 Baseball 3 Mo thly a A Bo Bl e Tea J JAMES JORDAN Fnrst of the Jordans to leave M U S Mr Everett s loy IH vocabulary work Took speclal course at Hoff man s Can mend any wasbnng ma chnne Substitute bus driver and sweater boy of M U S Jarnue boy E te ed l943 , . . , . J ' - ll I"l Y . -J A U g I - ,, 1 - 1 6 . . , . W T I -Joined the Puritans in Boston soon- 1 I , lg iw!! ll n I' I n I lr' ' nd nnual -lg Glee Club -lg oster Club -4g u rn. V k DONALD HUNTER Another of the orlglnal sux Makes hrs money on the advertising Campalgn and loses It on Michigan bets A lute tnme record for tarduness Ace an Mr Splgener s history class Slow but lnvaluable member ofthe tennls team Wants to be a lawyer Muchngan e ed 1931 e 2 3 -1 Class Sec eta y 1AdetsgEdto ofMothIy3-la al 3 Academy Mo thly Spots Ed to 4 D a atcCIub3 M ed Cho S4 WILLIAM MILBRATH Smulm Bull Where does he get the gas for that beautiful car? Handsome Iateguard at Gordon Park How does he hold up has arm with that hea vy bracelet? Greatest an terest In lute womens lntultnon Wants to be a bone specnallst Ipana 9 ed -'40 otball 2 M C o 3 4 ffgffufjzx ii! X fwzgff AL!! od!b2'f0Z6f' J JLQQJQPQMW frfffffff-41 XVMX Zpakfgagn f . i . 5 fi ' Il ' ' I ' ll . . 1 , . . . I . - iT Il Il 1 Ent r 19 g Fo , 3g Rnf'e Tj ixed h rus , . f - f 1 I . . rf , V Z fg f f- .f ,rf , ,A f, ' 0 if -4, ' if M' MWA 4271 -f0"'ff -f Wu! h I 4'- ' , f J J M yy . 'I f 1 1 K ,M ' L ,V , K L, I . . . , . - ll ' ' ll Entr gTnnisl,,,5 r r g vriin ir n ,,ndAn- nu g n r I r 5 r- m i j tx ru . PATRICIA KRUEGER One ot the orngunal sax Able edu tor of the Annual, leaves the Acad emy to whomever wants It Natural curly halr Just whose pun IS that, Pat? Mnlluon dollar baby from fnve and dame Llves In the castle on the a Entered I93I Hockey 3 Ba eball 3 4 Basket ball 9 Academy Annual Editor 4 Gnrls Club Treasurer-I Blue Team WILLIAM BROWNE Tennis star and prom kung Known for goodlooknng clothes Loyal member of the Ford Fleet Ambatuon to be a second Tommy Manvulle Known for his slow walk and slower speech Legs Entered l94O Tennis I 2 3 4 Class President I 3 Class Vnce pre: :dent 2 4 Student Councrl 3 Boo ter Club Vzce president 3 Tennis Coptaln 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 Athletac Councul 4 2144 1 ll ll I I , I I , I ' '5 I I U Q . - . A . . , 4 , I , , I - . 1 I ' HV , I 4: if ' ' 7 wygzl, A . ,, . . ,, . . . hill "P t" , . Q . - , , 1 - I I ". . ' . ' ' I A , L Q . ' ',92f'gM2wm 4549? 7 Z WILLIAM PAUL Halls from Hales Corners The baby faced lover of M U S Tre mendously missed after the St Fran cus game Forever worrynng about something Hesambntuon to become an englneer Goes hysterucal over Mr Morton Wlllue Ente ed I9-43 Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Booste CIub4 JEANNE KOCH Plays return engagement to gradu ate wlth sensor class Llpstnckless for a reason' Never puts her hanr up at nlght A must for John Powers A help on the hockey team Skoker E te ed l93l Hockey 4 Basketball 4 X ll ll n r j g 4 g Swim- ming 4g Glee Club 4g Booster Club -lg Blue Team. N, N II ll ll ' ' ll V I V I I l r . l l PAUL CONNELL Last of the Connells Fnrst profes snonal football player of M U S Shlnes at wnndow Went to Mar quette for a year Small an stature bug nn mouth Trains for track by long walks to school Moe Entered l936 Football 3 4 Track 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 THEODORE MORTONSON Slew foot Mortonson God sguft to the women Able co captain of the football team Hard worknng president of the Sennor Class The fuve oclock shadow lad Takes the hard way to the Bay on week ends The Great Profile Mort Entered l94O B sketballl 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 Co capta n Football 4 Class Pres dent l 4 Class Vice pres dent 2 Student Councl 3 Booster Club 4 Athletuc Councl! 4 a,,,, ,- V , I, , , ,WJ ,D 2 , 3 T , T X ' ,' ' Q. ' . ily l ll ll 1 - . , . ' - II ll ' I 0 , , , I f , 1 I ' l I l f J - I 5 i 5 I ffm , ' V 7 'Z ' rpg, ' ff. l , I LV ll ll I f I , I , . l 4 . HOWARD WHITE what would Miiby d Wbite, or vice-versa?eeAmbit leave M. U. S. witboat being p Boosts the war effort wi HAROLD GATES Stands by bis Constitutional rigbts -Dislikes M. U. S. women-Pet oeeve, cigarettes-Most improved player on tbe i943 football team- Advocate of St, Roberts on Friday nigbtseHDeserves credit for tbe pic- tures in the year book-"Mike" iwuoi Q'3f P tltCgllS 4' 'T ff -l artistic abilityeel.oves to stra bent pretzelse Resorts to reae books for lack of bistory nomew eul-lowie" C if JAE BIRK One of the orugnnol sux stortnng IH knndergorten An ordent horse womon ond proud owner of two horses Industrlous worker nn the cofeterlo Her sweoters the envy of oll the gurls Con olwoys be found knuttnng Jerky eed eor: Q W t Tc JOHN ZELL A second Gershwin Hos beoufsful Chino blue eyes Has unusuol green Cord ottrocted oll our ottentnon AI woys reody to provide tronsportotuon to destlnotlons unknown Who bought the dinner ofter the beord contest? Jock E te ed 1943 ' I ' . I . T . ' J ll V1 Y . . 'W' J ll Eff r-, 19315 Hors b k Ridin 1, 2, 3, 4g hi e e rn, ' A, W" KATHERINE PRESCOTT Eats heartuly for a week duets strenuously for the rest ot the month Potent model at Chapman s The gurl wuth the orugunal haur style A contaguous laugh Presudent of the Gurl s Club Kutty Lou Ewtered l94Z Hockey 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Swumm ng 3 Student Councl Secretary 4 Gurl s Club Pres dent 4 Booster Club Trea urer 4 Booste Club -1 Gle Club 4 Blue Team ubufsvff WJ u ,,glJJf'f4-W 3 QA! ulbu LJ!! . f , : ' I -J - - II V I f I 1 li , 5 A i 5 i 1 A ' u Q 5 5 r 4 -e 5 rl I ll X u , , , K X? V V, -. ,, W 9, ' .N ,I fr! lk ' , , 1 .fl wfb. Nu -A . I '1 , I f N u C , X LVICJK -- "' f T f f l n , f ,lv,fg' u ,-T"Y ,Kg uJxJ6j15L3x xx Mus Jjcjt 4 AX. 1 sfo 'I f f' , , wo. - .foffow of u '-'E A but J xg ' . , - - . i A ' ' . . 1 . 'u "' l Il Il -ft ' 'j lu .y .-1' lf' " r g , , 5 i li 3,-lg , ,ugv C H2114 gSum- i g g u il 4. AV h J 4 Tl A 1 'id l j , fu . VJ 'J . Ja ,X ' . W od! ,K ' MAJ tv., lj .1 X , ,uv y u ' .1 ld CARL GALLAU ER Twuce captaun ot the swummung team Anchor man on the rught sude ot the Iune Headmaster of the work peruod study hall Star of the oys gurls hockey game Famous to hus lune play un the M C D 'S tuty- Bubbles Ente ed l937 Football 2 3 4 Sw mm ng Track 2 3 4 Studentffiounc -4 w nn ng Captain -1 Booster Club -4 Ffthlet c Counc f X! jog! fiffk. MARILYN MEYER Questlon of the year What gurl snts on her personallty9 Fnghtlng captaun of the blue team Jlve queen of the Senior Class One of the Bay crowd What open houses Edltor of the Monthly Mar Entered l94O Swummmg 2 Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseaoll 2, 3, 4, Class Secre tary 2, Monthly Ed tor 4, Booster Club Secretary 3, 4, Glee Club Pressdent 4, Blue Team Captann 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Blue Team SANDY ROBINSON One of the orngunal sux started kindergarten at M U S Theres one un every class Has yellow coat and bow tres the envy of all Created the Robunson entrance nn mornunq Mr Jackson than anyone else Sandy Entered l93l Football 2 3 4 l f' l l X f f . Xl e ' l l Y V A , ' I W ll - ll - - 1 assemblies-Spends more time with 1 ll I ll l l - ' l I I ' ' a . , ,, . . 1 'L . 1 - " ' . 1-lil ' ll ' L-ll ll JOHN l-IAUSER Provides noon entertaunment In the muslc room Known tor has pland shoe laces and bnllous tres The ban of Mr Everetts lute with his orlglnal vocabulary and ad llbbung nn class Another member of the Ford Fleet Gopher Face Entered 1940 Rrflel 2 3 Golfz 3 4 sm ent Councll 2 Academy Monthly l 2 3 -l Do matlc Club 3 Muxed Chorus 3 -4 Class Secre tory -1 BONNIE SHOCKLEY The gurl from Thlensvulle Peaches and cream complexion Swlngs a wicked hockey stuck Can hold her own on the stage Puts away plenty of work In a qulet way Another able artist Bonnle Entered l942 Hockey Baseball 3 -l Glee Club 3 4 Drcmatlc Club 3 Booster Club 3 4 Msxed Chorus 3 Academy Monthly 3 -4 White Team tix! K "L, nr - ll - ll , 4. . , - I T11 I I ' - ' , I V I 1 I - Lg. . y , , , , 'W' vf- . 4 Q f Q. 'iw X i 3' i K lf' 3 , , tikzgyi, , I nik Y f'ffx?f 'f " . . . L-af "3 ay w 5243. 1 . . . . . ,fi ll - - Il - - 9. fl II II Q , , 1 , , 1 d ' - , ' ' r - ' r f r 1 1 ,YA , mm, C J , 5 - Q- 'V ' 'V 3, 53 N. . 41 . 44 x ' K 1 "J A 4 , , -4 .Q 'F '. .F FIU. ' 'R' ' lx! U10 4 In tlfty lit! CATRUL STOCK The gurl wnth the changeable halr She knows where he gets that argu mentatlve nature Captain of the Whlte team If some girls only had halt of what Carol has Her coke tall parties wall never be forgotten E te ed l94O Hockey l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Class Secretary 3 Wh te Team Capta n 4 Booster Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Wh te Team J PHILIP GUTEN KU NST The M l guy Where does he get that argumentatlve nature? Just ask her Zealous president ot the Booster Club Composer of new school song l9l Holds has own ID Tuesday mornlng assemblues Gute E te ed l93l Tack2 3 4 Football 4 Stude t C ncl 4 Booste Club Pesdet 4 Mxd or l 2 3 4 Boo ter Club 3 4 Athe CoucI4 WT ' '- fx I, 'J ' ll ll 1 Il ll ' ll ll ' n r 5 f , 1 1 J rw 1 ou i Q r r i n g ie 1 Chus,,,g s ,5 Itic ' ni . . x V? J ff' .. 1 s 1 N F K l , W 17 'X + W K , N f ff ll Il 5 Elf YT V I 1 1 1 I 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I f i l I 1 I g , 1 i . ' A, , ' MW" Uessn PATRICIA McCONVlLLE Seldom seen in pumps Scintillat ing personality Liked by everyone Ardent worker on emergency shift Enthusiastic about our Alma Mater Never misses a basketball game lwe wonder whyl Pinky 9438 'o Lu: aosaucnsbx,-, mod 'UXX' QQHQ wfftgsfw 3531? All mwslfim BMW QAPS som Qu QM 3, , Boos er Cub 3, , u ent Counci res: dent 4, t letic Council 4. J ' ll Entered I 5 ooster Club 4, Blue Team. ... 0 Q - K, EY. I rt T Q 1 f X . T . 3. ,Q f in I YDAX CYXSQDQ Ifpyfq Q9 ' f ' A ' 26 LVQS4-io JOHN HENDEE A math wizard-Always has the bug-Able president of the Student Council-His ambition: to find a pair of shoes big enough to fit his teet- The basketball team couldn't get along without "Hero Hendee" as their captain-Takes beating from under- classmen lLamps, lnc.l-"Jackson" Entered I9-405 Tennis 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Track lg Student Council 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 4 t I 4 S d I P . .f - -- Ah. . Damian? -fu,-a...Q,.:xwkMa.W.s+ ROBERT LIBKE Suave member Who gives hum those birthday presents? Wash we got presents luke has Stull wonders about the East slde champagne par tles Walknng advertisement for Es qunre ob l:LoJ1-va PM Wixrxr sQe.n.u-Ju-fo-u.5 ...cc LM ibtitlgftjil Tsqgfls we-N we Lava e Son P h d f t In My IQ OS e In DOSSI Intl as an actor Always trylng to put anti'-ff wenght llucky gurll Keeps Sensors entertained by blues voice which top Minstrel Show Katz: v4 M d h 4Wht 4 ...Q I - 5 - ' l C . X m 'A -Q J Q U l . di , - . . -. . f . S . 1 lil 'II Entered l942g Girls' Club Secretar g Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Academy Monthly 3, 4, ixe C orus 3, 5 i e Team. Q., sw, E , Y F ' JB Il I l- ll Entered l9-Eg Rifle 4. 4 V ' M CQQQQJS QR lPCSJ:Dw'x , P GERTRUDE STOLL Another vusltor from Wauwatosa Here only a year but has made a place for herself ln the school l portant cog In the cafeteria wheel A tune glrl to have around Trudy WILLIAM EDSALL Brought a genuine Boston accent to M U S No 3 IH Hunter Hauser combine Lakes horseback rldung Enloys Milwaukee but stall prefers the Cl st Ev. d l943 BARBARA FEIN Able osslstont of the Nursery School Comes to school with curly hour on roiny doys much to the envy of the girls A shining light in his tory Lilting voice in Glee Club Bobs d 1942 D b Bi T ALLAN HALL "Toso Kid"-Smart hombre- Con't understond why "When The Mush Begins To Rush Down Fother's Vest" hosn't hit the Hit Po rode-Not to be forgotten: his choice in ties ond his versotile voice-A fiend ot Sheepsheod-"AI" Entered 1942. I II ll Entere 5 romotic Club 3g Glee Clu 4g A ue eom. WILLIAM JONES Jlve Kung of the Senlor Class Loved technucalltnes Set new pace for mornung marching Caruso of the Mixed Chorus Always ready to lnsten to a good yoke B Il E te ed 9-43 Football-4 M ed Cho 54 ALAN GLEN Wonderful at forward passes Ambition to have a date with Lena Horne Pet peeves Frank Snnatra and egg plants Revused words to Pistol Packun Mama Gavea ter rnfuc open house before leaving Wullue and Al combunatuon nnsepara ble One of the best OBrlen ll ' ' I ll ll . . ,, . ll I ' ll Entered l93lg Eactbcll 3, 4g Golf l, 2, 3, ll ' ll ' ' ' ' ll ' ll - I n r l 5 'g ix ru . ADIAN BUMBY A new and welcome addition to our Sensor Class Holled from North western Military Academy Gnrls were lmmednafely impressed by bus with The best of them during work period Bambi Etd1 military bearing-Wields a broom ' S 'll nere 9-H. Qaczzfy K, if! fifxfq M, BMJ X ! ALFRED E EVERETT Assustont Dnrector of the Mnlwoukee Umversuty School FRANK S SPIGENER Dnrector of the Mnlwoukee Umversnty School RALPH V JACKSON French Spornsh University of VVISCOHSIH M A M U S 41 ELIZABETH WARING Lotm Deon ofG1r1s Bryn Mawr M A BESS BOYLES Household Arts Director of Cofeferno Coe College B S M U S 1930 HIRAM WARD Mcmuol Trommg Mechomcol Drowmg North Dcakoto Store Normol B A M U S 1941 . A .19 M. U. S, 1940 LOCKIE DINE German Sensor Class Advlser Unnverslty of Wusconsun B A MUSI94 VIRGINIA NILLES Physucal Educahon General Scuence Freshman Class Advuser De Pauw Unnverssty B A M U S 94I WILLIAM R LEKER Scnence Coach ofL1ghtweught Basketball Unuversuty of Wisconsin M A M U S I9I9 EMIL H J RINTELMANN Mathematics Eighth Grade Adviser Un1versltyofChlcago MA M U S l9I7 ...I HAROLD E. STROW Mathematics-Junior Class Adviser Northwestern University, M.A. M, U. S. 1928 HAZEL HOLMES Personnel Lawrence College M U S 94l INA CAVENER Englrsh Seventh Grade Advvser University of Oklahoma M A M U S l94Z JOHN W SFHAUM Plano Glee Club Adviser Northwestern Musrc Master MUS l937 A EUGENE BRZENK English History Milwaukee State Teacher College MUSl94-4 ALLAN MACLEAR Engli h Sophomore Class Adviser University of Chicago MA M U S l94O EVELYN B GEISS Personnel M U S 943 FRANK GOVAN Fine Arts Hendrix College B A M U S l943 ELMER A SEEFELD Physical Education-His'rory- Athletic Director Freshman Class Adviser Marquette University, M.A. M. U. S. l943 CUHQIQFCZQSSWQH 'WMF ,.wQ..,,f Cff' 6-xff43 1 ff x N C B-...M SW 4 Mi gsm ff 'M-Q. fb? ff . . Q n,,,x as - gg ff V , 9 9, , ,A Q-+ fgjcj . 't ag fi 2 0 'E . 2 j rfhx X X 1 , , gg x A ,., V -. 'x 4? .X ' Q ff,'1Zf'ii it - .,,f , A Mzvwrmnwmvwkl M I ri f' 'ff I , M f f 1 xl , 7 'R f ff ff 'VKX " V, V , fl! I-A r,,- A I ...Pkg ,fw.h1'3'3kV.,X - ' f , 'ml f P , 'Nlff ,.f" ' Q, Q A if j ,ff ,ww 5. fi'v.,, A h w C , 'X H 'K ., ' J rf 4 ,,. 32 ' K ,, I - L '-"i -- A, N? NURSERY SCHOOL FIRST ROW D Bellock T Mnchell P Young J Kops J Blckler S Cnrundley S Sr-mth SECOND ROW B Johnson J Struther C Fleming H Levine T Wulson P Tolbons B Rummler L Wxlluorns KINDERGABTEN SECOND ROW K Von Tull J Stroh P Po'ocheck C Dugbrow R Bellock D MocNeuI B Sfeunmon S Schoum D Keft C L Trotei S Schue FIRST ROW1 S Folk, P. Shields, A. Lmdsoy, B. Koy, F. Kosten, J. Dnsbrcw, S. Froberg, S. Hubbard. . I , .J .I S ,J., 'TYl9.4 I I - I - J A I 4 J A FIRST AND SECOND GRADES FIRST ROW E Kowaleskn D Cleveland M Frankfurth A Newman D Taser T Toser SECOND ROW R Hamlet M Welsfeldt N Schroeder C Vogel D Zenott J Ackerman K Flemmnng THIRD ROW M I-'Iovey D Palrml A Smith D Hunn M Pratt B Sldutt M Leypoldf N Shultz THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES FIRST ROW C Varo R Stearns S Folk P Clarenbach M Podell E Gottscholk SECOND ROW W Kaeten J Cron F R Dengel J Trostel N Buckman T Falk S Znnn P Shutkln C I-Iolaska THIRD ROW E Dleterle I. Morfonson R Vogel N Mllntzer W Haven B Menrath G Flagg B Schweatzer B Meyer J Sukow 2. ',. , . ,, ,. ',. . 1 . ,. ,. ',. , . ,. , . ,, . 1 . - ,. ,. ,. ,, ,.',, FIRST ROW B Gue n D Cle eland J Randall T Bgelow J Cadden B Podell D Lukes NA Whyte SECOND ROW A Tostel A Hew tt C Gr nsfelder J Paschen T F ankf th N Hu K Mo tonso J Schllck THIRD ROW M We el M Z P Sch d L Schultz V Vogel C Dete le G Reese P Hae sel B Schott P Eschwenle HAPPY DAYS IN THE LOWER SCHOOL Another year of school books and scholastnc actnvltnes has again come to a close Durnng the past year under the guidance of Mass Albrecht the Lower School found plenty to do The Thursday assemblies displayed many unterestnng talks and pro grams given by the various classes The chuldren also took part IH the Hobby Show Chnstmas Toy Plays Open House and the students eagerly antlcrpate the cornnng of another year FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES 1.-fi,.v ,. ,.i ,. ,. ,. . -:,.r',. i,.i ,. ,.r ur,.nn,.r n,.' C. Schxelds, C. Schmldt. 2. iS,.inn,. mi,... ,. ,.ir,, ,, n,, . 'r. ' I , . l l FIRST ROW Bull Pollack C Schmudt M MacKedon B Charney A Podell B Kuehn S Lahmann M Kaufman SECOND ROW Bob Pollack F Sprunkman F Lahmann W Taylor A Ebert B Sumons B Peterson R Coerper S Young G Meggers A Lnndsay B Edsall B Randall THIRD ROW Mnss Cavener J Wuesthoff M Carmen A Zinn M Messanger B Andrae M Hebenstrelt G Vogel A Floyd L Deutsch H Schmudt T Deucker D Madden K Remus W Bowlus Mr Runtelmonn Absent W Schaum R Chrnstnansen R Maxson CLASS OFFICERS EIGHTH GRADE Robert Edsall President Betty Andrae Vlce President Joyce Wuesthott Bull Taylor Secretary Treasurer SEVENTH GRADE Gayle Meggers Pressdent Carl Schmidt Bob Pollack Betty Kuehn JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Bull Randall Marcia Carmen Marn1eMess1nger Westley Schaum Warren Bowlus Vnca Presndent Se retary Treasurer SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . , . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . . ,- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x.. FIRST ROW C Werden J Huth J Fried T Hendee W Widrig B Bumby F Leypolt J Wiebrecht A Puelicher D Eaton J Boughton SECOND ROW J Churchill B Gottschalk J Greenthal J Shutter J Trimborn G Kilham P Sampson P Laycock J Wolpert B Morris M John N Moths R Detienne FOURTH ROW C Bloodgood J Whyte P Lindemann F Smith J Schlick C Morsell P Birckhead H Gibson Absent B Barlow W Guerin E Nigbor S Strecker CLASS OFFFICERS Joan Trimborn President Ginger Kilham Vice President Peter Birckhead Secretary John Fried Treasurer JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Tom Hendee Paul Lindemann Jack Schlick FRESHMAN CLASS THIRD ROW: J. Dolan, W. Lindsay, E. Fiedler, T. Schmitt, B. Dieringer, L. Pabsf, R. Pueschel, J. Kaestner, FIRST ROW R Boyerlern B Russert B Glenn T Glodson J Trlmborn T Kuehn K Adams C Trlebs W Watts J Merker SECOND ROW J Cru tol M Hughes B Dahl E Andres J Gottscholk J Zlmmermon M Zltron J Bowlby C Herzfeld J Anderson J Leof P Plnkerton THIRD ROW D Doy L Rmtelmonn N Schweltzer C Berth L Pryor L Ott J Word M Reeder C Gram J Chrnstuonsen B Walker S Rohn FOURTH ROW J Hornug J Fuller D Kuehn L Marsh R Jordon W lngold J Grcotemoot A Jordon C Syburg J Coerper Absent J Govon R Lmdsay R Whvtcomb pax ! 145 J CLASS OFFICERS X 'TBobJordc1n Presldent ll 'P ArtJordc1n Vlce Presndent Jocm Crustol Secretory Ted Kuehn Treosurer STUDENT COUNCIL Jam Hornng Borbczro Wolker SOPHOMORE CLASS . ,C , , . , . ' , . , . . I 4: - 1 - - 1 ' I 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 ' 1 - 1 - I q wg.'1,' A U 1 0 A -" y f -.' f 1-44 ,X .K .WM Af , uf, ff 1 " , -1" r J 1,,,.xP '-'vm-., f,,-MK. Y pw ? 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CLASS WILL Bob Lubke leave my heught to Bully Guerun Al Glen left for hugher educatuan Jeanne Ko h leave my amuabulut, to Curt Morsell Jack Zell left but ahead of schedule Bull Paul leave to catch the unterurban Nellue Ree Paune leave M LJ S wuthout a Pa n le Phul Gutenkunst leave my nuckname Harry to Duck Lamp George Colburn leave Mr Everett s after school study hall Jum Jordan leave Hoffman s to Kraut Ted Mortonson leave physucs to Mr Leker Don Hunter leave Muchugan to the Lamps Jack Hendee leave my muscles to Chester Werden Jae Burk leave all my good tumes to the followung classes Bull Mulbrath leave my Boots behund me Jack Kaestner leave my suster lto carry onl Howard Whute leave a tume bomb un the lobby Muke Gates leave Mr Spugener munus a problem Alan Hall leave my long flowung locks to Carl Truebs Bull Jones left M U S munus a track star Pat Krueger leave wuth the Gurls Club funds John Hauser leave my car to anyone who wull pay me S300 Warren Danaher leave my haur restorer to Bob Jordan Bull Edsall leave the Senuor room wuth the lughts on Carole Weusel leave the Year Book to whoever wants ut Betty Katz leave my sparklung personaluty to Ruth Detuenne Bonnue Shockley leave Mary agaun Carol Stock leave for new huntung grounds Trudy Stoll leave the nursery school puano Pat McConvulle leave my bashful shy manner to Duck Lamp Mar Meyer leave wuthout a Bone to puck on Sandy Robunson leave Mr Everett please stop pushung Kutty Lou Prescott leave the alley to Judy Shutter Bull Browne leave my sport coats to anyone who can fund my taulor on Walnut Street Patty Lunton left for Boston regretfully Carl Gallauer leave the swummung team Barbara Feun leave my curly haur to Joan Ward l George Goetz leave Mr Leker s lab to George Rathman We the Senuors leave the chool to be IOO per cent un everythung l, 1 - l, , . l F 1 ' x , .. , . l, , , A l, , . 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K Q1 ff' I ' ' Q MINSTREL SHOW Gentlemen be seated sand our dustun guushed unterlocutor Bull Browne after the openung number sung by the boys chorus Our celebrated socuety ungers Goet and Gal lauer rendered St James lnfurmory Blues and Bread Furst enuman to appear on the scene was Allan Cesspool Hall who clumbed down o ladder frcm the balcony sellung coffee Rags Mulbrath clumbed through o wundow over the people standung below Wuth o crash that threatened to shake down the balcony Capustrano Connell rolled down the ausle un a baby cab pushed by Ted Mortonson P grum Gutenkunst of he red and blue zoot suut urged hus punt suzed doggie down the ousle to the stage Then the endmen got together uO sung the story of O By Jungo Demonstrot ung her unusual talent on the puano Carol Grum played Mologueno Next on the program was Gloruo Rogahn doung a top dance Henry Gubson told us why he lust Con t Stand Suttung un a Cell Copustrono Sunotra wowed m ous comments by hus colleagues who funolly uouned hum on the lost chorus To close the oct the boys chorus gave The Cornuvol at Cot tontown Between acts Goetz and Gallouer put on o mund reodung oct that had everyone rnystufled The second act was untroduced by the sex t tte unvutung the auduence to come down to Basun Street The curtaun opened to show Jum Jordan the Chamber of Commerce mon explaunung the sughts of New Orleans to the gurls chorus Way Down Yonder un New Orl ans was the furst song and then Joan Leaf song her solo of Speak Low Agaun the chorus song thus tume Blue Fantasy a med ley of blue songs lNoncy Schweutzer song Romance as Bob Jordon Morgue Zuemonn Joy Anderson and Jum Grootemoot waltzed John Hauser gave a sample of Gay Nunetues talent playung Rhapsody un Blue and the Gay Nunetues Sextette brought down the house wuth To ro ra boom de oy ond Jada plus o pectocular concon dance Blue Horuzon was sung by tlee gurl s chorus uust before Duane Day came un to do a beautuful ballet dance to the musuc of l-loluday For Strungs Followung her came the Mardu Gras pr cessuons headed by Jack Schluck burlesqueung Duones dance Several characters wuth huge masks on theur heads paraded on the stage and amud gay color confettu throwung and musuc the cur toun closed o moment after Betty Duerunger mode a bruef but sensotuona' appearance un a hula hula costume The thurd act curtaun opened to show a pucturesque group of workers on o levee wuth o ruver boat un the background After some vocal contortuons by the endmen Betty Katz song St Louus Blues un o professuonol mon ner As no Munstrel Show would be complete wuthout uts student orchestra the Golden Bantam Sextet presented some numbers head ed by Morgue They were o bug hut and dud two encores John Hauser under the handucap of playung through a sheet blund folded and wuth gloves on played some scuntullatung boogy woogy Carole Weusel brul luant un on emerald green dress showed what she could do to Stormy Weather The chorus closed the oct sungung Swanee The gurls and boys choruses and the people un the spe cualty acts crowded the stage for two curtaun calls sungung the M U S Pep Song andthe Stor Spangled Bonner Thus Years show was outstond ng for the beoutuful scenery un the second and thurd acts The scene un New Orleans wuth uts balconues of grull work colorful background of Jackson Square was exceptuonally good The levee scene somethung enturely new for the thurd act was approved by everybody Both scenes were strukung and realustucally carrued out The endmen were very good thus year too They put theur stunts over very well ond brought off some od lubs that made the show even funnuer Of course they had uokeson the faculty and varuous characters around school Notable was theur versuon of Old MacDonald Had o Form Such o bug crowd come thot ut was necessary to ann unce that a second show would take place Monday evenung A four suzed crowd come ond loyally helped tne cast to put oh another fune performance ,, 1, , . . . . . 1- A 1 1 V 1 , . . , . . , I I I ' . 1 , . 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Q ,EQ 'x D 14. li Q gg WORK SERVICE The work sc Vl e program was nnaugurated last year Althougn several stud nts dnsluked ut nt worked rather well tor a begrnnnng Thus ycar hcwever at us gorng wrth approval and usually the operatlon of everyone The boys deal wuth the heavier tasks such as the scrubbung of floors shovellng the snow oft the walks ln wlnter raklng the leaves rn tall and settung up the bleachers tor football and basketball games They also clean the gym nasuum keep the track IN condrtuon and sometimes act as receptucnnsts In the othce Several ot the hugh school boys super vm e the games at the fourth tutth and sixth grade boys The gurls sweep and act as receptuonnsts They type tor the ottlce and clean the gurls locker room wash wlndows and do their tasks such as dustung During the different periods of the day the gurls as :st the teachers of the knndergarten nursery school tlrst and second grades un thelr work wlth the chrldren ln the knndergarten and nursery school they read organrze games and supervuse nap trme ln the tnrst and second grades they help w.th the games at therr recess penod 1 , . V , Yr r I s 1 c . L 0 - c I . 1 J 1 fn . . i . cv ' l . V H - 1 1 V 1 7 1 1 1 1 QV ' ., , , , . . , . 1 , , Q 1 ' 1 , .. . 1 , ' . 5 . . AMN HOBBY SHCJW The 1943 Hobby Show brought to light an un usual sbowung of nobbues Parents as well as students were represented A prevnous years pnzes were gnven Mr Lekers excep tnonal dlsplay of garden products was the envy ot rnany an amateur garden er Among the yarnous col Iectaons were paantnngs knzck knack noyeltees starned dolls a stamps We nooe the sblendud tradutnan of the Hobby Show vnll Contnnue an be xea s to com It an excellent method ot sbowuna the students nn dividua' accomplishment. ACADEMY ANNUAL FIRST ROW M Reeder P Krueger B Shackley C Harper SECOND ROW B Lnbke C Welsel M Gates C Stock W Danaher D Hunter ACADEMY MONTHLY FIRST ROW B Watts E Fvedler N Parnell SECOND ROW M Shockley J Crnstal C Grlm B Katz M Meyer THIRD ROW G Rothman A Glen C Harper M Reeder L Ott B Shockley D Hunter B Bumby J Schllck FOURTH ROW J Dolan J Hauser J , W Y ,W 1 : . , , , . , . . 3 . ' , . ' , . , . , . , , , W, Browne. Absent: N, Paine, K. Prescott. : . , . ' , . . 1 . , . ' , . ' , , , . . : . , , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' GLEE CLUB Her feld C Gram R Dehenne N Moths J Zlmmerman B Walker M Lahrnann B Katz r L Rn telmann B Strec er ton M Zn ann S Rohn P Laycoc J :ce l"'x N! BOOSTER CLUB N .. FIRST ROW G Kulham J Greerfthal C Gram M Meyer C Stock K Prescott B Walker J Kaestner SECOND ROW P Connell M Zuernann G Rogahn P McConvuIIe J Hehdee P Gutenkunst C Harper C Herzfeld J Crustal M Hughes T Mortonson THIRD ROW Mr Govan T Hendee J Wue-brechf J Snegel W Wudraa 5 Rohn J Fulier B Katz W Danaher W Paul J Koch J Detlennc ET - K. - ,-. -,.,-- - ,, -.-.,-,,, -.-Y..,,. -,,.-,,. -,-- ..-,,,.-.,-,..-.,,. ,,.,,,, . e , , ' , . k . I R : G. Kilha . Stock, K. Prescott, J. Koch, M. Meyer, B. Shockle-y, J, Anderson, L. Pabst, N. Parnell P. ' k , . ' , . , . k, . R' . x ' P 1 L J' Q - 1 xr' SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW J I-Iormg K Prescott J I-Iendee B Walker T Corman SECOND ROW P Gutenkunst J Lamp C Gcnllauer J Detuenne I UN IOB STUDENT COUNCIL SECOND ROW W Bowlus J Trnmbom M Cormon T Hendee THIRD ROW J Schllck M Messmger P Lmdemcnn FIRST ROW: W. Rondoll, W. Schoum. GIRLS' CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT B Katz P Krueger Mrs Warung N Paune K Prescott Patty Lunton s early departure left the Gurls Club un Kutty Lou Prescott s able hands Nellue Ree Paune was unanumously elected vuce presudent by all of the gurls On several occasuons Mrs Warung was able to procure unterestung fulms whuch were shown at our regular Wednesday meetungs The gymnasuum was decorated once agaun wuth corn stalks and pumpkuns for the yearly fall dance Everyone was comfortably attured un plaud shurts and leans The Lake Forest boys fortunately attended and were guests of a num ber of the gurls Durung the Chrustmas season toys from the annual play were refunushed and sent to the Famuly Welfare Assocuatuon Accordung to custom a needy famuly was also provuded wuth mulk durung the wunter season A program un whuch a great many of the gurls pratucupated was guven for the mothers followed by a tea Shortly after that another very successful entertaunment was provuded for the fathers The Mothers and Daughters Luncheon the largest gatherung of all at whuch the annual awards were presented ended the year successfully . , , . , . , . , . . . , . , . . , ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I . Qfffyfeffcs Aff BLUE TEAM FIRST ROW N Moths R Detlenne B Gottschalk D Day J Churchall SECOND ROW J Anderson J Wolpert L Pabst K Prescott J Koch M Meyer B Walker L Pryor THIRD ROW M Zlemann N Schweatzer L Rlntelmann N Parnell J Race B Katz J Tnmborn N Paune P McConvnlle The past year has been an octave one for the Blue and White teams The Blues coptanned by Marllyn Meyer seemed to have a sllght edge takung the championships IH both hockey and basketball However the Whntes wnth Carol Stock to lead them always proved to be stlff competltuon The swam mlng and baseball tournaments were tight battles all the way Since the gurls athletlc program ns organlzed around the Blue and Whlte teams awards are gnven at the annual Mothers and Daughters Luncheon to . . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . - - h 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 . , . , . , , . I I ' I ' I I I ' - . . , . . . . - I I I WHITE TEAM FIRST ROW E Andres P Punkerton C Grum J Kaestner B Barlow SECOND ROW J Greenthal B Shockley E Carmen C Stock J Crustal P Laycock G Kulham M John those gurls who contunually come out for the varuous sports Also guven us a cup to the team havung the largest number of pounts whuch may be accumu lated through practuce and untramural competutuon Both teams were very well matched and the new gurls turned out un large numbers to help theur fellow team members Next year s teams wuth Margue Zuemann leadung the Blues and Mary Lahmann the Whutes should make M U S sports even more unterestung THIRD ROW: J. Zimmerman, C. Herzteld, S. Rohn, J. Siege-I, G. Rogahn, P. Ludlow, S. Strecker, . , . . ' 1 I HOCKEY LETTER WINNERS FIRST ROW J Crustal P Laycock J Shutter J Churchvll N Moths J Greenthal C Stock SECOND ROW R Detlenne G Rogahn J Anderson C Gram L Pabst P Pinkerton P Ludlow E Carmen J Trlmborn THIRD ROW M Zlemann J Zummerman C Herzfeld M Meyer J Koch M Lahmann K Prescott BASEBALL LETTER WINNERS FIR T ROW: L Rlntelmann, E, Andres, P. P kertcn, L. Pryor, C Gum J. Anderson, C. Bar h K Prescqtt, J. KO h, OND ROW1 B Gcrrschalf J Greentha, B, S O f . ar en . Stack M. Mexcr . al, , ack, A r, m, , K 5 ne, J, Trnrnb , J. Churc nl. RD ROW. N Schweitzer, J, Z1 nfc-man, C Herzfcld, ,. 3 1 , w M 1, G, RC rw M, Zuernan, P, Ladlcw, S. S ecker, M , Irn , Bar : . BASKETBALL LETTER WINNERS FIRST ROW G Rogahn M Lahmann M Meyer P Pnnke ton SECOND ROW M Zuemann J Anderson C Grum J Crnsfal L Pryor P Ludlow P Laycock THIRD ROW L RunteImann J Zummerman C I-Ierzfeld J Trnrnborn G Kulham J Churchill GIRLS IUNIOR HIGH ATHLETICS FIRST ROW B Peterson B Kuehn M Carmen M Hebenstred B Andrae A Zinn SECOND ROW G VogeI G Meggers Mas NIIIes R Coerper S Lahmonn G Pendnl S Young A Podell 3, ,. ,. ,.' r. :,' ,. ,. ' ,, ,. ,. . :,' ,. ,.A , .' ,, '. , . .J 1- ,- IIS' ,- I- ,A A,- I .4 FOOTBALL FIRST ROW J Trumborn P Gutenkunst B Jordan T Mortonson W Danaher D Lamp C Gallauer J Detnenne SECOND ROW L Marsh C Harper S Robunson P Connell B Paul A Glen J Lamp B Jones A Jordan D Krauthoefer THIRD ROW Coach Seefeld R Llndsay J Ferry W Schwortlng C Trlebs T Kuehn C Bloodgood H Gates R DeBona Coach Ryan As In prevuous years the M U S football team returned to Mr Leker s camp at Hus tusford for a week of untensuve traanlng and condutnonung Elmer Seefeld new football coach ummedlately galned the confndence and loyalty of the boys Wlth eleven return :ng lettermen formnng the nucleus of the team at looked as though we would have a good season On September l8 the team defeated Cedarburg by a I2 7 score The followlng game against St Francis showed the out standnng defensnve abullty of the Blue and Whrte when they rolled up a vuctornous l2 O score Followung un successive vnctorues came Wayland 250 Elgnn 42 l3 and North western Malutary and Naval Academy I9 O The bug game wuth Country Day showed what the team could do when the gonng got M U S rallued and scored on a lateral from Glen to Danaher who nn turn passed the ball to Detuenne for a touchdown Glen plunged for the extra ponnt Fnnol score 7 6 In their last game M U S came through wuth a 6 O homecomlng vlctory over a strong Lake Forest eleven A great deal of crednt as due to Coaches Seefeld and Ryan not only for thelr coach :ng but also for the flghtlng spvrnt they helped brlng out In their boys The boys themselves must be congratulated for theur fune condutlon and never say dve splrlt I I - . , ' , . ' . tough. Losing 6-O in the third quarter, , . I ' ' - . , - , I , . . , - I , ' , ' ' ' ll ' ll ' ' 1 - 1 1 - 1 - ' ' - SWIMMING Q FIRST ROW R Russert R Jordan C Gallauer J Hornug J Detnenne SECOND ROW Coach Seefeld A Jordan R Lartdsay D Kuehn A Puellcher C Trlebs W Watts B Bumby W Lmdsay Wuth a sux meet schedule the M U S mermen were un defeated for the second time m the history of the school The first meet was wuth Lmcoln Hugh whom they defeated by a 43 4O score The followmg meets agamst West Mllwaukee East Dlvusron Elgm Academy Lake Forest and Washmgton Hugh were won by scores of 43 4O 43 40 37 37 46 37 and 43 37 respectively Smce the team was composed largely of Sophomores and Jumors we are expectmg great thmgs from next year s team , 1 ,- ain- I . fn. .- ,B 15,3 J BASKETBALL FIRST ROW H Mueller D Lamp W Danaher J Hendee T Mortonson J Lamp W Paul SECOND ROW Coach Ryan P Gutenkunst D Krauthoefer G Rathmann L Marsh W Wnght Coach Straw THIRD ROW P Gross E Huth J Hanley T Coerper K Adams C Harper T Kuehn T Hende-e Coach Harold Straw celebrated has four teenth successive year as Varsuty basketball coach of M U S Starting the season wnth sux lettermen M U S dropped a close 25 27 declsuon to Custer Hugh However the M U S quintet came back to defeat Northwestern Preps by a 3l 20 score They sumularly conquered Wayland by a 32 25 score Durmg the Christmas vacation the team nllustrated theur strength by twace defeatlng a tough and experrenced Alumnr wrth suc cessuve scores of 30 28 and 49 4l Next on the Inst came the Lutheran cagers whom we nosed out by a 29 23 victory Hnttrng a streak of bad luck fave consecutuve games were lost to Lake Forest Country Day Northwestern Preps Whrtefush Bay and Lutheran However M U S Improved tre mendously as the season progressed and came out on top In a game wuth North western Mulntary and Naval Academy run ning up a score of 26 ZO In the return game wnth Country Day M U S had nts hands full against a fighting team and ex cept for the smashing efforts made by the members of the team they might not have emerged on the front end ofa 23 Zl count Clnmaxnng the season M U S ran up three vtctorres 35 33 41 20 30 13 over Lake Forest Wayland and Northwestern Mull tary and Naval Academy M U S frnrshed second ln the Wrsconsun Prep Conference with fave vrctorues and three defeats . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 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I . . . 1 r ' 1 I ' TRACK FIRST ROW C Gallauer P Connell M Loews J Lamp J Frued J Detuenne P Gutenkunst R Jordan H Gibson D Lamp J Hornng Coach Seefe-ld SECOND ROW J Schl1ck W Watts B Bumby J Hanley A Bumby W Quasous G Rathmann W Funger W Schwartung E Huth L Marsh J Trxmborn Mr Seefeld began has flrst season as Varsity track coach wuth fnve lettermen These men formed the backbone of the team Phnlnp Gutenkunst the one man track team takes care of the broad jumpnng pole vaultlng and IOO yard dashes He wlll be ably assisted by Carl Gallouer un the wenghts Jam Detnenne and Jack Lamp In the dnstant runs and Duck Lamp In the quarter mule Thus year s schedule ns a good one and If the team rounds out mto form a successful season should result TENNIS FIRST ROW B Glen C Morsell P Birckhe-ad SECOND ROW B Browne D Krauthoefer D Hunter W Wright T Schmitt With a fourteen match schedule ahead of them, the l944 tennis team was looking forward to a long, hard season, In the last six years the team had lost a total of seven matches, so this year s team had a reputation to live up to The first singles was played by Bill Browne second singles by Peter Birckhead and third singles by Donald Hunter First string doubles was composed of Dick Krauthoefer and Curt Morsell The second doubles team had Bill Wright and Jack Hendee Bill Browne veteran of three campaigns was elected captain to lead the team The boys were fortunate in having Bob Ryan as their coach ATHLETIC COUNCIL yur FIRST ROW T Mortonson C Gallouer B Browne R Foley SECOND ROW J Hendee P Gufenkunst W Danaher D Lamp J Lamp GOLF FIRST ROW: C. Harper, H, Gates, J. Hauser, W. Ingold, Mr. Strow. SECOND ROW: T. Glodscrw, L, Marsh, J. Dolan, J. Coeroer, R. Boyerlein. ATHLETICS 'Icy' 1-J' On March 22 the sons and fathers of Mllwaukee Unlverslty School enloyed thelr Annual Athletuc Banquet r-others and sons met In the gymnasium flrst and then pro ceeded to the cafeterla where they were served on tables arranged un banquet style Everyone polned In a hearty dunner of cham pagne hom potatoes au gratun peas and other delacacles Immediately after the meal the whole audlence loaned In several rousung songs led by Phul Gutenkunst whlch put all the guests In a good frame of mnnd for the affalrs of the evenung Toastmaster Jack Hendee opened the pro gram by calllng on captains of the various teams, Elementary School Football, Clement Schmldt, Elementary School Basketball, .llm Schllck, Elementary School Swlrnmlng, Tom Bigelow, Elementary School Sprung Sports, David Lukes, Junnor Hugh Football, Warren Bowlus, Junuor l-lngh Basketball, Bull Ran doll, Freshman Football, Peter Burckhead, Freshman Basketball, Curtls Morsell, "B" Team Football Jnm Trlmborn B Team Basketball Paul Connell Varsity Golf Mlke Gates Varslty Tennus Bull Browne Varsuty Track Phul Gutenkunst Varsity Swnmmlng Carl Gallauer Varslty Basketball Ted Mor tonson Varsity Football Warren Danaher After more songs the sportsmanshup trophles were presented The Rae F Bell Swlmmlng Trophy was presented by Mr Herman Kluge Durector of Athletlcs at State Teachers College to Carl Gallauer Mr George Goetz presented the John P Wlener Basketball Trophy to Jack Hendee and Ted Mortonson Funally the Herbert E Ulhleln Football Trophy was presented by Mr A E Everett, Assnstant Dlrector, to Carl Gallauer At last came the bug event of the evenlng, when Mr Splgener Introduced the guest speaker, Coach Tom Stldham of Mar quette Unuversuty Hls talk was both unter estrng and humorous, and was greeted wnfh enthusuastuc applause , , , , H" 433, ,,wZfs5,,,'.Yf'- :C 5 nv - ,. ' 1' 1 . ,f , 1 M so Ji V . 1 v ' 7 ' 5 3, f , I ' - - - , 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I' . . . . ' ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I - . . . , ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , . FRESHMAN FOOTBALL FIRST ROW A Puellcher J Huth Frued C Morsell E Fle er W Lnndsay SECOND ROW Coach Ryan J Boughton P Blrckhead T Schmidt J Dolan P Lundemann LOWER SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIRST ROW A Trostel P Esch Schluck B Schott B Meyer D Lukes SECOND ROW V Vogel E Fztch P Haensel THIRD ROW A Hewatt G Reese M Whyte T Blge ow Schrnndf W Haven J Cadden C Dueterle Mr Govan FOURTH ROW J Dolan : . ' , .n , J. ' , . , . dl , 2 , , . I S . I I . I weller, B. Podell, C. Halaska, J I ' I ' I 1 . , . ' . I , . ' I , C I , . , . . . , . . FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FHEST ROVYI jDV5.fCbkheEd JJ gried IUNIOR HIGH Morse ue rec f oon bmw ROW Cm RW J BASKETBALL HUTP1 E Fled'el' C Bloodgood M MOCKedOm D F Smnth Ccoch Leker Moxon SECOND ROW F Lohmorm W Rondoll, T Duecker W Toylor THIRD ROW W Bowlus A Floyd ' - 1 ' 1 . , . , . , , I . 1 ' 1 - 1 - . . , I . , . , . l . , . . . , . CALENDAR September dust School ape s for Popeye s seo September IO De Bona returns September Gallauer returns w th strauncd c ment un arm heavy date u z Kuds of M r ve thernselxe Club holds uts furst rheetuhg September as Gurl September I8 Furst football game U sweeps Cedarburg off theur feet I7 7 September 24 Gallauer ana Whute slaughter Gcer Trual Fruday Servuces Saturday October 9 Connell s shup funally comes un M U S vs Elgun game pays hum S60 OC October IC We dud ut M U S 1 Country Day C October 2u Senuors go sleepless as furst deadlune f r notebooks draws nearer October 23 Rude back from Lake Geneva proves eventful for nune Senuors October 2 Mystery of M U S why do De Bona and Meyer luke the Senuor Room? have stayed un November3 Date books fulled pocketbocks emptued as Gurls Club Dance draws nearer November -I Pep rally gurls show boys new foot ball routune November6 7 OO coketaul party 8 OO Gurls Club Dance I2 IS open house need we say more? November IO Ree and George goung steady November I5 hour study hall beguns Mr Everett an rampage eughth December-l Senuor gurls guve Patty a grup at theur last get together wuth her she can leave now December-4 M U S vs Wayland basketball game Koch Kaestner McConvulle and Tremendae represent M U S Tremendae couldnt take ut December I2 Northwestern Depot gets a bath as Senuors see Patty off for Boston D cember I3 Exams Senuors get furst gray hours December I7 Star studded Junuor Prom It was really tenffuc kuds December 27 Where others have fouled Colburn suc ceeds Paune goes to church December 3I Happy New Year Where oh where are the Senuors now? lWe know where Hauser w 5 71 January3 End of Chrustmas vacatuon you wouldnt know ut January IO Ad compaugn beguns thus book w ll come out after all nuary I4 C D S Waut tull next tume"' JanuaryI6 Threatened breakup un Paul Koch family J nuary2 tx w fag us new fo February v Glrls turn theatrucal f r mot ers February I School s opturnu m c mes true 2I M Februoryl Boys wallets lower gurls ho e- hugher February Carfues surpruse partx c c t out9 Ask Carole Feb uary W5 Here today gone for f ur m re years March I Hau cr has unyured foot must be bc cause he played tne puano too hara March 6 Whute d es blackout for school ana frcr' age crew March I I March 22 Munstrel Show such language tsk tsk Koch s new crush us a lamp post March 26 March 21 they re passed March 30 March EI Krueger us anchored by the Navy Leaves begun to turn once agaun but ot on trees Senuors warned about yearly hustory topucs Hendee and McConvulle make heacllunes a grasps teeth Hendee grasps arm Aprul I Glen Danaher burthday brawl Oh thos presents Aprul 3 Senuors start yearly hustory topucs Aprul 6 Wullue Paul leaves Jeanne or Floruda Aprul II Vacatuon ends Senuors come back t school for a rest Aprul I4 Senuors start yearly hustory topucs agaun thus turne un earnest Aprul 28 Mars annual hen party boys annual crash May 2 Paune and Colburn are busy down un the shop makung furnuture Are they keepung somethung from LJSDDD May 6 Gurls turn theatrucal for fathers May May May 2 May 24 Annual Staff drops as book goes to press Senuor Pruvuleges ut s legal now Senuors take to the wude open country Exams What d ya know Joe? ll dont know nathung I May 3I class June I Senuor Dunner last tume together as c Gurls Athletuc Banquet Boy wauters get more food than gurl June 2 Senuors pull out theur handkerchuefs as they become alumns .lune 3 Graduatuon celebratucns stuul goung strong - Qe- o n ...ohf ' - - -- - ' - --- ' : S- le ' Q otba ls. ,, I3---V , u r lug - ., PD nee - 2 I It 1 u I6---Ou S,.U,Sp: fs 'I' gl 5 5 - 'P--C-D 5' 'W y I Q , . 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X A Pape: Products 0 Dzstznchon AMERICAN LACE PAPER CO 4475 N Port Washlngton Rd Nhlw wul ee 1' Wxs UIIIIIIIIIIIINN n ilu XN R ll RNITI Rl 10 Wm XX NORTH UF I U I A DRINK FOR. EVERY Blatz Better Beverages Whxte Soda Gxnger Ale Lune Rzckey and Spark lxng Carbonated Water used straxght or as :mxxers so delxght fully dxfferent' You wxll lxke them FLORENCE DANFORTH llllllllllllilllx n PN llllllllfli XNlll4N1llNll'll R S0lVING WAR PROBlEMS' ForAMERICA Antxaxrcraft guns steam turbmes turbo superchargers these are some of Allls Chalmers many war products For INDUSTRY Power makmg machmes power usxng machmes for every manufac turer over 1600 Allus Chalmers products serve Amenca s productxon front For FARMERS Allxs Chalmers farmequxp ment is everywhere plowmg reapmg helping our farmers feed the world Q Anus cunmms Q 'imlllll Ngua '7maa NORIII lmxxNFR UFNI F I X II IC X COXIRXI Il XXII IX! IXIHIRS KIX ISUI QLGFE BATTERIES SPARK PLUGS ROLLER SKATES RADIO PARTS MADE IN MILWAUKEE Comphrrents of HOFFMANN S PHARMACY 6 N e EDGEWOOD 7877 Badger Ilutual Insuranu' OFFERS Y OU 'A' Frnendly Seruce 'lr Prompt Loss Peuments 'k Stfmdwrd Insurance 'k Fmfmcxal Strength PLUS AN IMMEDIATE Z CASH SAVING' 0 The Badger Mutual Fxre Insurance Co ESTABLISHED 1887 NIILWALKEE WIS Best Wlshes IIIILLIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII. IIFII. I0 HENRY j NUNNEMACHER Prewdent 21,22 ' " f , , ' , I I..1I.w1dc fvfll Z CII I I IXS 3II . Downer Av . s Q 1 I I IIHIIIL' IXINI IM' I A I RXIXX ,XXIDRXE I'II.I':ffI RIIQ XI, 'A' Nonaggegggble Pglicieg EIU. I f A I'.I,Ifl,lIRICI. I. ' , ' IRS zum XY. ' ' 'RN ' . 0 , ' , . O of 3 Y Y I - I H e I A I 0 lndrvlduai ummm X om l lolhcs ult 1 Men S Rcguln lhx Clcamnf Wear CH FDgcuood 11400 XOVII IX DX XXI Rk mdC DSI' Gnd ITIOOVS P J S IL Capno 426 E WISCONSIN AVE h V ' W Langdon Hall Madison Wisconsin " cz -1 fl ,I 2. ., j , ' Y I f U Q ll A rl v 733 '. I' ' I Ur. fj22 '. 'isp A 5 Compliments Of Ccrwoiimevs frown THE NATIONAL TRUNK STORE BAERWALD HOFFMAN 85 CO. Complimvnts vf 218 E. Wisconsin Ave. MILWAUKEE WESTERN FUEL CO Rl Rl Hllld H 1 I' xp: rl l I: anmg Dum PEERLESS IIYE Wllik 1 SPORTING GOODS-f ur hal dt yi H ET'c SUPPL MArq eHe 4469 RAY DEUTSCH 6 TX 'Nr nurnlll 603 N MILWAUKEE STREET UH M I aullee P NYE -Q .XIAXYAXYS 'QXIH fg N11 you m-wi llw an wr -:mr LA , j , ' mu l. NUIIIT-lllllllllll lllllHlllK'lN. lfllx. m-l f'k'lL'lS1l. llfyl lil' Iilbfl Al rtln Aw. l'l"IS'lAliR km' 7' O n , , 6 4 r L U HIT! Nllllillkl' lhnmwlic S11 51' lu I " 'M ' A' M " 1.41411 ff l,llSl In-Alu! 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