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

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U L WEMEEMXW MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL E955 :E 2'--,- 1 L45 - X CY - ' 1 E E n L E N10 All 'h iw E 4 LY 404, ff P P. 66,5 s E E TANUWG ' ' ' TREET5 qs 5 BOARD OF William H. Brady, lr. Robert R. Bell . . . Mrs. William Mackie Iohn H. Hendee, Ir. . Frank H. Beltus, M.D. H. R. Buckman Mrs. Harold F. Falk Victor M. Harding Ralph C. Inbusch, Ir. Mrs. George F. Kasten Mrs. S. Lloyd Nemeyer Philip W. Orth, Ir. Iohn A. Puelicher Lloyd B. Smith Albert O. Trostel, III William D. Vogel Frederick A. Wilmanns TRUSTEES . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer Donald M. Willson, lVl.D. EDITORIAL STAFF Carlton P. Wilson Robert L. Wittenberg WOMEN'S SERVICE CLUB Mrs. George Munkwitz . . . . President Mrs. Theodore V. Montgomery ..... Mrs. Henry W. Stark . . First Vice-President Second Vice-President Mrs I. Grigsby Markham . Recording Secretary Mrs. Roderick V. Muth Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Herbert D. Soper ..... Treasurer Mrs. Robert B. Harland , . Adviser Nancy Blank . . Pam Hunn . Kristi Quale . lane Innes . Gail Frank . . Locke Decker . . Sallie Gilbert . Dennis H. Bauman . Editor-in-Chief . Associate Editor . Business Editor Photography Editor . . . Art Editor . Copy Editor . . . Rewrite Editor . Faculty Advisor TABLE OF CONTENTS Faculty . . Seniors . . . . Underclassmen . . Lower School . . . Organizations . . Athletics . . . . Entertainments . . Advertisements . . 1711 illllvmnriam We, the graduating class of 1963 of Milwaukee University School, dedicate our Academy Annual in memoriam to Mr. Ralph lackson. As students, We Were always assured of his lending a sympa- thetic ear to our problems and giving us the needed encourage- ment to continue our academic efforts. As colleagues, we relied upon his calmness in solving difficult situations and were bolstered by his bubbling enthusiasm for his field of teaching and for life in general. For many years to come, Mr. Iackson's sterling influence will be felt in the school to which 22 years of his life were dedicated. Gi f" ' X X? I H40 4xf7ME 4 g , l r- ltg 4 x XX la! - 5 -4 H W R. Administrative Assistants EMIL RINTELMANN IAMES KOLSTER IOHN PROCTOR DAVIS R. PARKER, Headmaster To the members of the class of 1963 Your obligations to yourselves and your families at this educa- tional level have been fulfilled. As you move to your various col- leges, every good Wish goes to each of you for your future suc- cess and happiness. It is our hope that your event- ful accomplishments Will equal your capabilities and aspira- tions. HFQZM IM SG S U"cB9v 32.5 !3"I3'1 LE 53'-QCD! 23055 S55 --cr YY! no EES 25 H4 ma mm Ee Q gi' gf 5 EQ 5m E Q0 HW BU! QO PZ F552 3,3 gi EZ gi 3,0 3'-4 E?-'S he is U15 M SUQ Z5 52 2:12 qw 5'-4 22 E531 'Z U1 Q H cb IIS Q E1 Standing: ANN LUMPKIN CEng1ish, Drormuticsb, ALTA TETER CLibrcrricrnD, CAROL GOODSPEED Ur. High English, Ir. 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'U an P-3 E Q an Z nf rm F' U1 SU 5 I3 CD an "4 E PERSONNEL Icon Korsmeyer. Ethel Young, lean Matters KITCHEN STAFF Lydia, Celia, Noumi. Sophicr, Gertie. Marie, Mrs. Olson, Rose, Annie. 1 ff, .f , ,V mf 2: sei MAINTENANCE STAFF "Bm", "Paul", "Louie ' , gag , W I- '- , ','l+iffQ Q' . ,, xiii? 5 M TNQ? fir, . NW' Y M, , V . 1 in . Xxhl. ji,- W iffy 4 ' n 'Wi l 0 23 Q3 r- 1 , '. I X HH vwm :H HH mu Q,sg-,Heikki ,mf Snucktnne! ,-'W'-, m 'am l T. 'Let me in, WI-IEE-OOO," 5 iii Q "Lumpy" A- T , "QQ Q3 "Good morning, Paul." Armchair couch! Anyone care for cx used towel? Daddy but we need you. And we thought chlvb ulry was passe. They painted the ioot, ball field green und yellow? ZNIVI, FJ ', . ,v M-I-C-K-E-Y-M-OVU . . Who cxm you? -Z.. , we ,ok 4 i .E GH iv 'gil'-' Hg A f W M INI NANCY BARBARA BLANK "Nanc" . . . "OW, there's something in my contact" . . . makes the daily journey in her noisy White Corvy . . . first to get out of school when the snow flies . . . always Worry- ing about something . . . can't understand teachers . . . only senior to have economics and U. S. history successively with Mr. Sud- duth . . . has political leanings . . . doesn't know her middle name . . . sun enthusiast . . . has foot long eyelashes . . . her closet out-stocks Mac Neill and Moore . . . fussy where boys are concerned. Entered 1957. Academy Monthly 4: Academy Annual, Editor 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 4: Blue Team. 14 ROBERT NEIL ANDERSON "Bob" . . . "Andy" . . . one of the "fellas" . . . came from the "Iungle" in his junior year . . . plays bucketball Well ? . . . writes poetry about Gunner . . . star of the tennis team Cby luckj . . . an ad man . . . learned to dance at the quad-school . . . tries to "play it cool" . . . he will climb into any clothes dryer for S3 . . . lives to beep the horn on his little Dauphine . . . secret ambition is to become a movie co-editor with lung . . . MUS' Bob Cousy. Entered 1962. Football 4: Basketball 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: U Club 3, 4. WILLIAM HORACE ARNOLD "Arnie" . . . Buffalo Bill" . . . a mathematical genius . . . only one to brave advanced physics . . . loves destruction-spent the first six weeks of school watching buildings being torn down . . . tough guy on the toot- ball team, but always makes tackles with his nose . . . decided to leave golf to the right handers . . . Ieff got all his sweaters . . . moves to a new house every year . . . one of those people Who gets picked on constantly . . . everybody's friend. Entered 1959. Class Treasurer 4: Chorus 3, 4: Concert Choir 3: Basketball 1: Football 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4: U Club 4. ELIZABETH SPENCE BOWMAN "Liz" . . . "Lizbuff" . . . first A.l:'.S. student from Swaziland South Africa - good choice! . . . lifetime member of the Harding Country Club . . . swings hockey stick "veddy well" . . . became a terror on the field . . . never touched snow 'til she came to Milwaukee . . . slowly learning the American language!!! . . . "Oh rubbish" . . . wishes MUS had a tea break . . . longs for letters from home. Entered 1962. Class Vice-President 4: Dramatics 4: Blue Team: Basketball 4: Soccer 4: Swimming 4: Hockey 4, Varsity A 4. ELIZABETH MARIE BRADY "Liz" . . . has a social life that only a select few know about . . . loves proving Mr. Sud- deth Wrong C"Liz, if you'd only give rne a chance"l . . . the politician of the Senior Class . . . independent of everyone and everything . . . went for four years without dernerits and makes up for it by getting lO in one week . . . the only one who can speak French with a Mayfair accent . . . knows anything about everything . . . "yais" . . . lives for Beloit weekends - and dreams of New York . . . was great success in Fol- lies' Frenchy's ad. Entered 1957. Academy Monthly 1. 2, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir 2, 3: Dramatics 3, 4: White Team. 16 tml Q r B L, 5 . ROBERT STEPHEN BELL "Bob" . . . known as the "Pedestrian" . . always gets stuck because of his height . . . just missed Student Council presidency . . . decided to get mono to avoid Black Friday . . . political fanatic of Senior Class . . . switched from wrestling to basketball his junior year . . . "If l'm a Student Council officer it'll look great on my college record, so how about it, fellas?" . . . never too busy to say . . . dared to tell the truth to the NAAP inquisition. Entered 1948. Class President 1: Chorus 2, 3: Student Council 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 45 Basketball 3: Track 2, 4: Wrestling 1, 2: U Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD IENNINGS CHASE "Dick" . . . leader of Cabin 3 . . . another one of "The fellas" . . . Mr. Horsepower MUS . . . holds track record in Gfg at Union Grove . . . drives to school in lst . . . outgrew his Porsche . . . not content without at least 400 cu. inches under his hood . . . seemed rather surprised to be carrying the ball at the CD game . . . loves to danceC?J . . . famous last words: "Chubby, teach me to twist!" . . . has difficulty getting excuses . . . an average guy from the "Milk" . . . hasn't been the same since Buddy Holly died. Entered 1955. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2: Track 1, 2: U Club 3, 4. MARTHA HANN A CALLAHAN Never gets to school on time . . . wants to be the co-owner of a nursing home . . . has her "lack" in the box . . . spends her days looking for a black TR-3 . . . Tosa Fan . . . has fond memories of Daytona . . . made frequent trips to St. Mary's-Wonder Why? . . . disgustingly good in Math . . . loves to play cupid . . . potato addict . . . a blond bombshell . . . owns a spot near the radiator in Spanish . . . intramural eating contest with Pam Rewey that necessitates their staying in the cafeteria for the full lunch period. Entered 1959. Booster Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Academy Monthly 4: Academy Annual 4: White Team: Swimming 2, 3: Hockey l, 2, 3. ALEXANDRA CRAWFORD DECKER "Locke" . . . "Lucke" . . . makes and receives very expensive phone calls from Aspen . . . possesses a large collection of wild coats . . . someone's widow but we're not sure whose . . . crazy about her new Porsche . . . everything she owns is typically Locke . . . super salesman for Buttermilk Mountain . . . showed up two years in a row at Home- coming with same boy-same shirts! . . . sometimes wishes she were a freshman and could really dance like "Bal" . . . is con- vinced that Aspen is the only cool place in the world . . . favors a patriot. Entered 1959. Academy Annual 4: Academy Monthly 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir 3: Booster Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Blue Team Hockey 1, Z. 3. 4. l 8 , t. ,st MQ ,, gm "r Mess 1+ - 11 my f af ze, T- Y, . PETER IAMES DOELGER "Pete" . . . "Petey" . . . "Pierre" . . . nice to everyone . . . breaks easily and claims all his injuries get the girls . . . famous escort of the senior widows . . . decided Downer wasn't for him . . . mailbox is flooded with letters from Smith . . . quad-school lead- er . . . "Oh, really?" . . . courageous football captain-on crutches . . . when he laughs his whole face explodes . . . never gives up . . . look to him if you ever need an extra- good friend. Entered 1980. Academy Monthly 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4, Captain 4: Basketball 3, 4: U Club 2, 3. 4. Ei. 'Qin s -42 EQ". WE" , 5 t': " 1' 3 1 " " wit it T t., li 1 t I V jf 43,1 4:g:i'5Q3-.:'E.1., V . F fl ru- ,. ., . ' ,,,. 114- Y E-fl: QLEZJLEJYIQ ,"E-ULI4-FE' .QL :L ,f :LA 4 7427- Q, RICHARD FREDRICK FOSS "Rick" . . . "Ears" . . . cheats at Boo-ray . . . "May I borrow your car lst hour?" . . . would be lost without college representatives . . . President of the "Animal Club" Sopho- more year . . . has an athletic swagger . . . frequently seen in shades . . . favorite say- ing: "Tell me about it." . . . proud possessor of a pair of red tennis shoes and a "MGM" gun . . . fights a furtive battle for Falcons . . . was "Epmatized" this year . . . Mr. Role . . . understudy for Paul Hornung in the Golden Guernsey ads . . . modest Rick . . . all around athlete. Entered 1959. Academy Monthly 3, 4: Chorus 4: Dra- matics 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 4, captain 4: U Club 3. 4. IOAN ROSE EPSTEIN Frustrated editor of the Academy Monthly . . . possessed a white T-bird until it turned up red one day . . . has been called a "Foss- ter chi1d" . . . always has her eyes on "Ears" . . . has 365 dresses . . . known for her wire . . . stocks her locker with cookies but usually gives them all away . . . has been told Arizona sun is good for her . . . rules her mother with a club . . . harassed continually by Iolo . . . leader of "Rosie and THE RO- MANS" . . . no one minded being her slave at the Latin Banquet . . . sweetest senior. Entered 1948. Student Council 2: Academy Monthly 4, editor 4: Booster Club l, Z, 3, 4: Cheerleader l, 3, 4: Blue Team: Basketball 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity B 3. SALLIE HOPE GILBERT "Sal" . . . "Gil" . . . "Glib" . . . "is it true that blondes have more fun?" . . . fre- quent visitor to Slinger . . . annual spring- time "Aspenite" . . . the "rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech" keeps her hopping . . . has the quietest sneeze . . . dared to come to school for two years sporting Country Day footballs and track shoes . . . has strange array of hats . . . now loyal MUS basketball fan . . . finally got her license . . . blushes at a second's notice . . . led the varsity B hockey team to many victories. Entered 1959. Booster Club 1, 2, 8, 4, secretary 4: Dramatics 4: Cheerleader l: Academy Annual 4: Acad- emy Monthly 1. 2, 4: White Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B Z, 4, captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2: Soccer 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, Z, 3, 4. 20 GAIL FAIRCHILD FRANK "The brain" . . . California girl at heart, but never at a loss for dates at home . . . tends toward the mature male . . . very con- servativef?l . . . has no qualms about ex- pressing her viewpoint .... constantly reminding Mr. Kolster it's time for lunch . . . Mr. Parker's-"Gail, Gail, the water pail" . . . eats incessantly but never gains an ounce . . . Cum Laude junior year . . . only junior girl to attempt physics without chem- istry . . . bravely rescued by "Buffalo Bill" from the clutches of a mosquito . . . manages to keep high honors and senior room privi- leges. Entered 1950. Class Secretary l: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Academy Monthly 1, 3. 4: Academy Annual 4: White Team: Hockey 3. , -fsswt ' v am, f . '24 t 1 ,ssl- ww, 1. f tl .lr-.1.fl.LfJ ROBERT POWRIE HARLAND IR. "Rob" . . . "Sweeps" . . . "Tex" . . . "Mouth" . . . getting gray . . . notorious sense of humor . . . master of the cutting comment . . . fantastic water-skier . . . chorus' first cowboy president . . . had the nerve to call Mr. Parker for a draw . . . tremendous suc- cess in his huge solo for the Follies . . . one of the "four navels" . . . lives in constant fear that someone will discover his middle name - We all know now . . . has difficulties explaining what a "black cow" is to the Big Boy waitresses . . . misses the company of a certain sax player and guitar man. Entered 1959. Class President 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Concert Choir l, 2, 3: Football 1: Basket- ball 1, 2: Track 1: Tennis 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4: U Club 3, 4. KATHERINE DEBLOIS HARDING "Kitty" . . . "Rambler Rose" . . . "Katink" . . . one of the Canadian girls . . . can't miss her laugh . . . known for her unusual hair style . . . still mourns the death of her "Kitty Car" . . . proud of Sandy's many accomplish- ments . . . spends most of her time with her Hobby . . . active in all school activities . . . runs Harding Country Club . . . makes bi- summerly trips to Elkhart Lake . . . her heart belongs to the Bay, but she seems to have enough spirit left over for MUS. Entered' 1948. Class vice-president 3: Academy Monthly 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Blue Team: Co-captain 3, captain 4: Hockey 1, Z, 3, 4, Varsity B 3, Varsity A 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, Z, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. IULIE GARDNER HUME "lewel" . . . "Hurna" . . . head of the MUS Ladies' Club . . . lives for golf . . . became a spring Aspenite sophomore year . . . proud of her five unfinished sweaters . . . "I'm upset" . . . laughs at the slightest provoca- tion . . . "Punch and Iulie" . . . frequently only spectator at Country Day scrimmages . . . definitely a doll . . . gets excited when she sees little blue bugs . . . loyal friend . . . always has time for somebody else. Entered 1960. Class Secretary 3: Student Council 4: Chorus 3: Girls' Club President 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: White Team:'Swimming Z. 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Varsity B 4: Basketball Z, 3: Varsity B 4: Soccer 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. 22 t 7 , Xml? lOl-IN LIGON HUBTH "John" . . . another long hair . . . wears zip- per side-Winders . . . proved he was a fantastic twister at the Homecoming . . . flies low in a snappy red Corvair . . . only boy in 4th hour English who could say his poem in an absolute monotone . . . U. S. history scholar . . . Mr. Sudduth: "now, suppose I decided to declare war on Iohn" . . . tolerates chauffeuring his sister to school . . . "The Hunter"-felled a deer in his own back yard . . . ski enthusiast--water that is . . . strong silent type. Entered 1961. Swimming 3: Wrestling 4. -LY is I Y t, ,fi . , , f . his l, 4 Y. V V -Cue" 1 stile: -2 Mu, egg: figs ly V . L ' ,,-,, L ear , ff eEQi541v1Bdaf56'seSi2ge, wilt :ew , , 'ti ' cet" 1 7' if - H .41 I 1" 1 M552 -if t ,Q W- . , , -e. ALL. 2 W1 V EDWARD THOMAS IUNG "Gunner" . . . bucket ball king . . . always smiling . . . caddy for Milwaukee Country Club for four years . . . secret ambition is to become a co-movie director with Ander- son . . . Captain of basketball team two years in a row . . . worries constantly about losing his contacts . . . will try anything once, including taking a ride in ct dryer . . . made drastic promise to basketball team if they finish the season in second place . . . on the metrecal gain-weight diet . . . braved new sport over Christmas vacation and liked it Entered 1959. Class President 3: Academy Monthly 3: Academy Annual 3: Football 1: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, captain 3, 4: Golf Z, 3, 4: U Club 2, 3, 4: Vice- President 4. PAMELA BETH HUN N "Pam" . . . "Pam the Hun" . . . can't stand possessive boys . . . makes every varsity team possible . . . tried to keep the Girls Club out oi debt in 1963 . . . has been known to enjoy herself in California . . . a terrible letter Writer . . . one of three girls to attempt physics this year . . . anxious for new blood . . . on an eternal diet . . . left her heart first in Evanston, then in Florida, and finally in California . . . tomboy at heart . . . never on time. Entered 1950, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Academy An- nual 4, Assistant Editor 4: White Team: Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 2, 3, Varsity A 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A 3, 4, captain 4: Baseball 1, Z: Soccer 3, 47 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. .J ' V , -52, ' ' Y ' vv big' f.. ' , 1 '-fr' ' 'Wi-7-isa. i L , ' KATHLEEN KANE "Kathy" . . . has an active interest in Turkey that's not connected with missiles but is ex- plosive nevertheless . . . had a great time in Finland and survived the "Saunas" to tell about them . . . does a clever muscular contortion with her neck . . . has a language of her own composed of abbreviations . . . another one who idolizes Yogi Bear . . . drives a not-so-hot '55 Plymouth . . . only one to be in a car accident with a boat . . . eats out every Thursday night . . . good "AFS Auntie". Entered 1959. Girls' Club Secretary 4: Booster Club 2. 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: White Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 4: Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, Z, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 3, 4. 24 IANE STEPHENSON INNES "Ianie" . . . her Whole life runs on a schedule . . . will always remember Indianhead . . . deathly afraid of bats . . . notorious excuse getter-for ads, of course . . . could sell her finger nails to Revlon but prefers to keep them herself . . . extremely clever at opening windows . . . emphatically refuses Mr. Verbrugge's trig. explanations-"But" . . . often pops up with "unusual" remarks . . . participates in everything . . . an athletic genius in basketball and hockey . . . sup- ports every MUS team With wonderful spirit. Entered 1959. Class Secretary 1: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Dramatics 3, 4: Academy Annual 4: Academy Monthly 1, 3, 4: Blue Team: Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 2, 3, Varsity A 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2: Soccer 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. 4,,,i"'u: ,t , M, , is ll 75- A llffl ei 1 :W HF Y - M ,. :.v'.- e itil' "vw .jig i l , 1 ll lf.. my t ,.. W, V. , 9 1, ll 1.1 ,L 52 , :, ,. LV zf t., .. : W fr-wt--,.,,,f . . Q.. 4. .L...e.,.. lON ALLEN KRAUSE "Big Ion" . . . "the Kraus" . . . drives a new car every day of the week . . . abhors anyone who doesn't drive an Oldsmobile . . . affections at Tosa . . . has huge selection of sweaters . . . never seems to find the heel of his shoe . . . his hidden talent for singing came out this year . . . solid lineman of the football team . . . loves to play cards in the Senior Room at noon . . . was the hero of the Country Day Wrestling meet . . . wrestling uniforms come in sizes small, me- dium, large, and Krause. Entered 1954. Chorus 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 3: Wrestling 4: Track 1, 2. 3: U Club 4. PAULINE DORLA MAYER "Plywood" . . . "Think that's a creepy dea1?" . . . she might be small but you'd never guess it . . . makes voluminous announce- ments in assembly . . . Mr. Sudduth's despair - she knows the answer before he can finish the question . . . has a superior intelligence underneath her . . . "junk and stuff" . . . recites poetry to the nearest wall . . . is convinced that the seven basic foods are made up of pies, cookies, and ice cream . . . doesn't say "Good morning" but says, "Did you watch T.V. last night?" Entered 1955. Class Secretary 4: Booster Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Academy Monthly 4: Blue Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Varsity B 2, Varsity A captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A 4: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. LAURIE SANDERS MEYER "Moonbeam" . . . "BoomBoom" . . . every- where at once . . . loves all sports-cap- tained the victorious Whites . . . can't tolerate mosquitoes or screaming women . . . a Cana- dian girl for two summers . . . delightfully candid . . . has unique sneeze that can only be hers . . . her face gets red at any ca- tastrophe . . . doesn't stop dancing until date collapses - and even not then . . . "Raunch" . . . amazingly gullible . . . thinks Chad Mitchell is the greatest . . . Miss School Spirit Incorporated . . . hates to get up in the morning. Entered 1954. Booster Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir 3: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Academy Annual 2, 3: Academy Monthly 3, 4: White Team: Co-captain 3, captain 4: Hockey l, Z, 3, 4, Varsity B 1, 2, Varsity A 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2. 3, 4. 26 THOMAS GEORGE KRUECK "Torn" . . . has a six letter name that causes pronunciation difficulties . . . Senior Room bridge pro Ccard sharkl . . . loves his Hillman Minx . . . speaks his mind Whenever he stumbles upon a flaw in anything . . . one of the "four nave1s" in the '62 Follies . . . partial to homesteaders . . . favors underclass wom- en . . . biggest flirt in the Senior Class???! . . . once was known to eat Gerber Baby Food. Entered 1959. Academy Monthly 3. 4: Chorus 4: Dra- matics 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 3. 4. -t- it ,Q ALBERT PETER MARTIN "Al" . . . National Merit man . . . lives in the senior room . . . college worries were over in October . . . accepted on early ad- missions to Duke . . . known for his dramatic style of reciting poetry . . . fast man on the track . . . his wallet is bursting with pictures of beautiful girls he met at religious con- ferences . . . saved Betsy from having to recite 23rd Psalm by heart in assembly . . . head of the "swamp rats" . . . haunts the language lab. Entered 1959. Academy Monthly 4: Swimming 1, 3, 4, captain 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Golf 4: Wrestling 2: U Club 2, 3. 4. tt'l5rtw,uu, ' ' 9 K LAUREL ANN MITCHELL "Laurie" . . . notoriously forgetful . . . a thorn in Mr. Kerr's side . . . never has all her wits about her . . . "the crazy kid" . . . only one to ever fall off an A Sf W root-beer stand . . . did the twist on Steve Allen's show this summer while in Hollywood . . . loves to pony . . . attached to a certain pig -now gone . . . likes to ski . . . finally got her license . . . gets excited about most any- thing . . . answers to the name "Dorsal" . . . never quite got algebra . . . had a great surnrner out West . . . found in the Big Boy every Saturday night. Entered 1959. Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3: White Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, Z: Soccer 3, 4: Swimming 2, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. GLEN HELEN MUELLER "Glen" . . . accident prone . . . is never in school-only one who can get excused to walk her dog . . . her purse is a store- house for delicious goodies . . . first to show up in a Corvair convertible . . . keeps her eye on --? . . . switched her hair-do dras- tically in Senior year . . . is convinced that coffee is the only beverage in the world . . . adores dachshunds . . . "Here Comes Summer" . . . headed for Wisconsin. Entered 1957. Drcrmatics l. 2, 3: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Blue Team: Swimming l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3: Base- ball l, Z: Hockey l, Varsity B 2, 3, Varsity A 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3: Basketball l, Z, 3. 28 STEPHEN HANSEN MORTONSON "Steve" . . . "Etienne" . . . the only boy to brave a Whole fourth year of French and survive . . . sly sense of humor . . . never Without a witty comment . . . Co-Captain of the Wrestling team-acquired four stitches to prove it . . . emphasizes his memory pas- sages with eyebrow gymnastics . . . gained legal entrance to the Senior Room fone of the very fewl . . . claims he owns the fastest Starfire in town . . . also claims he never speeds f?l . . . well known for his just-swal- lowed-the-canary look. Entered 1957. Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4: Student Council Z: Tennis 4: Wrestling 2, 3, Co-captain 4: Basketball l: Track l: U Club 2, 3, 4. .,55"" I RICHARD IAMES NELSON "Dick" . . . great wrestler even though he's always pitted against someone who's not in his weight class . . . avid skin diver and sailor . . . saw the U.S.A. in his Volkswagen last summer . . . one of the four navels in the "GZ" Follies . . . makes the daily migra- tion from the West Side . . . a mechanical drawing expert . . . is afraid to clean out his locker for fear of what he might find in it . . . his personality changes the minute the snow flies . . . was disappointed because there was no snow in Aspen for Thanks- giving. Entered 1960. Academy Monthly 3. 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: U Club 4. MARY ELIZABETH POOLE "Betsy" . . . "Mep" . . . gets seasick quite often . . . "critch" . . . cr folk singer who plays a guitar that's bigger than she is . . . has National Merit type intelligence-. . . Cum Laude junior year . . . loves to ski, even at Slinger . . . proud of her Bogners . . . continually in motion-someone should give this kid a rocking chair . . . walks faster than most people can run . . . always flus- tered . . . a world traveler . . . always losing her car keys . . . one of the few old timers . . . loves to jitterbug. Entered 1948. Booster Club 3, 4: Chorus 3: Blue Team: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Swimming 1, 2. 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: Varsity B 2. 3, Varsity A 4: Soccer 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. KRISTINA ELLIOTT QUALE "Kristi" . . . "Blondie" . . . frustrated busi- ness editor of the Academy monthly and annual . . . Senor's prize pupil . . . a true artist . . . wild about antiques and XK-E's . . . her relatives come from the "olde country" . . . always counting inches of ads . . . has Wonderful summers at her lake . . . is attracted to big men . . . refuses to tell anyone what "72" means . . . carries Buddy Holly in her notebook . . . always schusses the expert hill at Slinger. Entered 1960. Academy Monthly 3, 4, Business Editor 4: Academy Annual 3, 4, Business Editor 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3: Blue Team: Hockey 2, 3, 4. Varsity B 2, Varsity A 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4. 30 l OHN BRADFORD OLSON "lackson" . . . "lack" . . . you can't miss his booming voice . . . had a hot Chevy, now has an even hotter Plymouth . . . Mr. Parker's pet peeve . . . party raider . . . only one with racing stripes on the inside of his car . . . snowed by underclasswornen . . . a veni, vidi, vici man . . . proud of his I.O.B. lighter . . . has never been known to bluff his way through anything C?l . . . sadist . . . world's worst snowman . . . plays his guitar in the laundromat at 2:30 A.M. . . . made a glorious touchdown in the Country Day game. Entered 1958. Academy Monthly 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 2, 4: U Club 4. " l t I+ ' IEFFERY WILLIAM ORTH "Jeff" . . . "Dyna Flow" . . . isn't afraid to tell people what he thinks . . . took us seri- ously when we said, "Let's go East" . . . al- ways the clown of the class . . . holds the super-stock automatic record at Union Grove . . . famous for his "What do doctors recom- mend" routine . . . finally grevv, but was it up? . . . has swift movements . . . always drowsy in Mr. Sudduth's Econ class . . . "Yes, I suppose you could call that girl my sister." Entered 1948. Chorus 4: Dramatics 4: Wrestling 1: Swimming 2. 3: Track 1: Tennis 3, 4. PAMELA BEWEY "Hammer" . . . a great organizer . . . loved Econ. and History . . . gets frustrated on clothes allowance . . . still can't stay out past 10:00 . . . if she's not in a '63 Chevy then she's in a blue Buick . . . proved re- peatedly that she has straight hair . , . still can't get up enough nerve to go to the dentist alone . . . never wears socks . . . will never forget spring Vacations in Day- tona . . . stays up 'till all hours of the night . . . huddles behind the filing cabinet near the radiator. Entered 1958. Booster Club l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 3: Blue Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 3, Varsity A 4: Basketball 1, 2: Swimming 1: Volleyball 1, 2: Base- ball 1, Z. 'fd MARTHA LEE ROBERTS "Giggles" . . . has a unique cackle . . . braved five years of French . . . one of the two girls to attempt "Calculay" . . . innocent look is deceiving . . . "the Carpool" . . . one Senior Room legally . constantly getting out mail . . . "You meet Tuesday addition to of the few to use the . never on time . . . of school to get her the most interesting people at Indianhead!!" . . . Ioins Gail every noon in a desperate plea for "LUNCH" . . . one of the Usinger sausage kids. Entered 1959. Booster Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Academy An' nual 4: Academy Monthly 1, 4: White Team: Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4, Varsity B 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4. 32 l OHN ALDEN RUSSELL "lock" . . . "Bring 'em back alive Russell" . . . the proud owner of a two-toned '32 Chevy . . . always chauffeuring his brother's friends . . . sheepshead addict . . . wild dancer . . . showed up two years in a row at the Homecoming with the same girl- same shirts! . . . runs MUS . . . wrestler su- preme . . . Mr. Kerr has been trying unsuc- cessfully for four years to get him to button his cuffs and collar . . . has perfect hair . . . uses "two dabs" and "greasy kid's stuff" combined!!! . . . best looking senior. Entered 1957. Class President 4: Class Vice-President 2: Class Treasurer 3: Student Council President 4: Chorus 1, 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, Wrestling l, Z, 3, 4, Co-captain 4: U Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. . H .f 1 OLE BERNT SKARSTEIN "Ulla" . , . "Ole" . . . his food bills will put MUS in debt forever . . . lives with Iohn Mellencamp . . . quickly caught on to MUS dances . . . wanted to know when the boys could get back at the girls for Black Fri- day . . . often seen playing bridge in the Senior Room . . . track champ - his specialty is the sprint . . . has been skiing in Norway ever since he was five years old . . . captain of MUS' first one-man soccer team . . . thinks Kansas City would be a wonderful place to visit . . . proved to us that all cool Norwegians are not blondes. Entered 1962. Chorus 4: Football 4: Track 4: U Club 4. PAMELA ROBERTS SEAY "Pam" . . . "Pammy" . . . has a golden voice . . . often seen with her black specs . . . one of the few long-haired beauties . . . terrific actress . . . has cutting and hilarious remarks for every occasion . . . "Sam" . . . a sarcastic editor for Academy Monthly . . . one of those who applied to Northwestern and made it . . . slightest forecast of snow and she stays home . . . is biased . . . talks to herself in French . . . her performance as Ophelia in the Iunior play was somewhat ironic. Entered 1959. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l. 2, 8, 4: President 3: Concert Choir 1. 2, 3: Dramatics 2, 3, 4: Academy Monthly 3, 4, Editor 4: Academy Annual 4: White Team: Basketball 1. 2: Swimming 1: Hockey l, 2. IANET ROBERTA TOSEB "Iannie" . . . "I, Toes" . . . a natural blonde Cmaybel . . . the "China Doll" . . . knows how to make anyone who isn't cheering for the team feel terrible . . . lives on potato chips and cottage cheese . . . her idol is Winnie the Pooh . . . has an interesting souvenir from Yale . . . looks great even in a sac . . . a perfectionist in everything she does . . . spent memorable summer at T.R. . . . went. to Canada to develop her muscles . . . Boston Store's gain . . . was "Barryed" her junior year. Entered 1949. Booster Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Academy Monthly 1, 4: Blue Team: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 47 Swimming 2, 4: Soccer 3, 4. 34 IOHN TORELL SOPER "Soap Suds" . . . a real relaxed guy . . . his is the sad tale of Romeo and luliet . . . fell for a Rock, but with the fall came fallout , . . has literally become a longhair . . . the second Soper to hit MUS, but leaves two others to carry on the Soper tradition . . . absent at the most appropriate and con- spicuous times . . . the lovelorn . . . the big brother type . . . knows an amazing number of variations for a few piano chords. Entered 1957. Academy Monthly 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Dramatics 3. 4: Football 1: Wrestling 1, 2. 8, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. l 5 1 iff: ' t. m 1' it sw l , ,, it THOMAS IAMES WEGMAN N "Tom" . . . "Vegmann" . . . decided Fort Lauderdale was too wild, so came to us . . . proved to be a great asset to the foot- ball team . . . Paul Newman's double . . . part of him will always belong to MUS . . . always found in the Senior Room during Work service . . . has a quality known as luck . . . seems to be about three years ahead in Spanish . . . lives for trips to Lake Mills . . . cool, quiet, and likeable. Entered 1962. Academy Annual 4: Football 4: Golf 4: U Club 4. PAULA JANE YOUN GLOVE "P.I." . . . "P.B.Y." . . . lives for those Sun- day night phone calls . . . MUS widow . . . now sports green and white instead of blue and white . . . finger in every pie . . . giver of many before-dance suppers . . . spent summer at Tower Ranch . . . "Hold hands in Spring, Younglove" . . . leader of the Booster Club . . . models for Chapman's Teen Board . . . "But Mr. Parker, I didn't go to look at Dartmouth" . . . has interesting souve- nir . . . part of P., I., and Y. Entered 1959. Class Vice-President l: Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4: Chorus 4: Dramatics 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Academy Annual 4: Acad- emy Monthly 2, 3, 4: White Team: Hockey 1, Z, 3, 4, Varsity B 2, Varsity A 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. AWARDS The Class of 1963 was probably one of the most unusual classes ever to graduate from MUS. The members were active in many fields after they leaped into the Big World, and we are happy to have compiled a list of awards they won in 1978. john Hurth has been named the bravest Great White Hunter for his fine Work de- fending Liz Bowman's chicken farm in Africa. Martha Callahan, owner of the Bide-a-Wee Best Home for women, has been named outstanding female executive. The lively Ladies' Chorus is directed by Liz Brady. To Tom Krueck goes the annual award for the shiftiest-eyed card dealer in Las Vegas. lock Russell wins the award for the most flam- boyantly attired superintendent of the gar- bage collections on Route 101. Laurie Meyer has been named the best little raider the C.l.A. has ever had. Ianet Toser has just been awarded the chairmanship of the litterbug campaign. Peter Doelger wins the award for the most successful funeral parlor owner in the United States. To Betsy Poole goes an award for the most newsworthy young woman of the year for sitting motionless on a flagpole until the Braves won twelve straight games. Kathy Kane wins the award for the fastest fiddler in the Milwaukee Symphony. Locke Decker was hailed as the most cheerful housemother for a band of Nomads in the Sahara Desert. Kitty Harding receives the Good Housekeeping award for The One Who Tried The Hardest. Steve Mortonson got the F.B.I. award for capturing the most wanted criminal, Pauli Mayer, who stabbed her hus- band with an icicle. To Dick Chase goes the award for the most outstanding bus driver of the year. Pam Hunn wins a trophy for being homecoming queen four years in a row at Principia .Laurie Mitchell just grad- uated from college after the funniest years of her life. We give an award to Tom lung and Bob Anderson, the dizziest proprietors of the "We-Spin-You-Dry" Laundry Chain. To Tom Wegmann goes the award for service above and beyond the call of duty as head of the White House household staff, where Ric Foss is Caroline's companion. left Orth has been named the most daring actor of science fiction movies. To Robert Bell we award the prize for the fastest spring to power in the Whig party after marrying Barry Gold- water's daughter. P. I. Younglove wins the Oscar for the most extravagant costumes designed for Biblical epics. To Rob Harland goes the U.S.A. Service Award for distinguished posing for "Uncle Sam Wants You!" posters. Nancy Blank, in an unprecedented maneuver, wins the America's Cup with her Sailfish. To Pam Seay and Gail Frank, wacky scenario writ- ers, we give the award for their roles as Blue Dahlia and Crayola Guffaw in the weekly T.V. series. We give an award to Al Martin, the jolliest singing bartender at Bill Arnold's Bar and Grill. Ioan Epstein, who works for General Foods baking the cakes for "the other cake mix", wins an award for being the most unsung heroine. Marty Roberts receives an award for service to television by recording the "audience laughs" for the taped programs. To Dick Nelson goes an award for being the most daring sky-diver using flubber in- stead of a parachute. To Glen Mueller goes the prize for technical director of "The Nurses" television show. fulie Hume was nominated for the diplomatic corps after successfully bridging the antagonism be- tween MUS and CD. The award for the most beautiful jar of pickles in the Podunk County Fair went to Pam Rewey. The architecture award went to Ion Krause for his original design of a small cottage with garage for 25 cars. To Iane Innes went the award for being the first woman to ever retire solely on her interest from the 1963 ad campaign. The award for the only woman who interior decorates solely for cave dwellings goes to Kristi Quale. lack Olson won the award for the Play- boy of the year. We give an award to Sallie Gilbert for setting a perfect cast on Ole Skarstein who is in the Olympics at Aspen. To Iohn Soper we give an award for playing the wildest piano west of the Pecos. 1 Q.. . He'1l be alright, Mr. Doel- ger - it's just his shoulder again. hh hhhh Playboy or Atlanhc Monthly? y L.. .VN :N Wg . , 121.11 isffsls ' 5-'F 5 "el - .R , Obviously a posed shot. Come dance wxth mel They look happy. I'm telling you! You're no supposed to be in here! You mecm there's cr dance too? i ' X-ZW .. ? . lf! S '1 .,- v, 1 X 1 I 's ll Hey, lhere's cr funny little - ,...-...i...- 74'-f 4 man up here! Y There's cx what on my head? , ! , ! ,v u- Darling -- - W ':.:5:55y. , F ..!..,. M 955' K li ' w H ' 1' !!.. L M H I never would be- lieve that smoking , stunted your growth. 1 v :lg ,,,...- ,Rf 1 Heh, heh, heh. . If I cut it along its bi - lingual axis. . . Get recrcly for the next bite. J. 'if' it 1 1 -im fl' 5 , . - FWFI' f ff' " .771 X 'N r V . 1 JH 'v ark. iff-ff., .1 ' 1 "fn "1 ,Q-f ' - . U, w ,Q wg 119,12 4 ie, I n f .me ,. H My sau I ,N s mun un f I if - my I .1- 1 W .Q M .v , , 1' i ,Lui liz?"- . . ,gas ...Q mi" A-' 'J 5. , .. 'V C l ..... ,Q - .if .4 I, A :- A fi It as , , f 1 nil-li I I X ,LV V I . HJ, A x 1 . A .A J, , s CLASS WILL I, Bob Anderson, will my big, powerful Re- nault to anyone brave enough to test its prowess. I, Bill Arnold, will "Horace", "Buffalo Bill", and "Arnie" to Mr. Parker. I. Robert Bell, Will my convenient disease to any of next year's overworked seniors. I, Nancy Blank, will my senior spring va- cation to next year's unsuspecting editor. I, Liz Bowman, will my love for tea to Mr. Kotre. I, Liz Brady, will my affection for coffee, among other things, to Mimi Foerster, who understands what "among other things" means. I, Marty Callahan, will my 51.00 lunches to Mary Stark. I, Dick Chase, will M.U.S. to French, Har- rison, and Teipel. I, Locke Decker, will a new bus' to Paul. I, Pete Doelger, will my fragility to next year's football captains. We, Ioan Epstein and Ric Foss, will the sen- ior stairs to Iudy Iones and Iohn Mellen- camp. We, Gail Frank and Pam Hunn, will our experiences in California to Nancy Rosen- berg. I, Sallie Gilbert, will my portion of Fort Knox to Patty Grueber, who misplaced hers. I, Kitty Harding, will my straight hair to Barbi Foote, my laugh to Mimi Iones, and my sympathy to next year's senior class. I, Rob Harland, will my "Golden Sticks" to Chuck Munkwitz. I, Iulie Hume, will my powerful "punch" to no one. I, Iohn Hurth, will my "sharp shoes" to Mr. Parker. I, lane Innes, will my trips to Indianhead to the Maxwell twins. I, Tom lung, will my record attendance at football games to any up-and-coming cad- dies. I, Kathy Kane, will my A.F.S. surnmer to some fortunate junior. I, Ion Krause, will my cars to anyone lucky enough to have a father with an "Olds" agency. I, Tom Krueck, will my colorful socks to loe Gary, if he has the nerve to wear them. Al Martin, will "Oscar" and the bathtub to Ieff Clark, Ken Candee, and numerous freshmen. Pauli Mayer, slightly will my creepy deals to Mr. Sudduth. Laurie Meyer, will my "emotion" to Mr. Parker. Lauri Mitchell, will my scattered ward- robe to Mimi F oerster, leffi Quale, Martha Orth, Rocki Haig, and Lin Esser. Steve Mortonson, will my immense reper- toire of puns to anyone "opun-minded" enough to appreciate them. Glen Mueller, will my excuse to walk the dog to Mr. Rintelmann. Dick Nelson, will my position as the head of the west side car pool to Dave Mont- gomery. lack Olson, will my "football role socks" to Tommy George: may they bring him the fortune they brought me. Ieff Orth, will my big, black Dynaflow to anyone who is man enough to handle all its brute power. Betsy Pool, will my "rock" to one of next year's seniors. Kristi Quale, will my daily vacations to next year's Business Editor. Pam Rewey, will all my senior privileges K?l to my car pool fincluding Bettyl. Marty Roberts, will my troubles in sixth hour study hall to Bob Krumme, who caused them. lock Russell, will my "popular" shoes to my brother. Pam Seay, will my notorious sense of humor to anyone low enough to appre- ciate it. Ole Skarstein, will my fear of "Black Fri- day" and my lunch bills to next year's exchange student. Iohn Soper, will my college applications to the M.U.S. furnace. Iannie Toser, will my big feet and "Pooh" to any of next year's small-footed mature seniors. Tom Wegmann, will my teeth to anyone who can find them on the football field. P. I. Younglove, will advanced math, my record romance, and the "surface" to Iudy Iones in hopes that she can preserve them all. 6 um THE WART QF SONET HHIIU E ali -.X ,v .4-fi E, W. Back Row: Tom Cal1ahan.Patty Grueber, Pep Maxwell, Barb Foote, Duke Bliffert. Middle Row: Iohn Mellencamp, Vicki Herslof, Mimi Foerster, lane Gilbert, Chuck Munkwitz, Dick Heinze, Tom Bentley, Bon- nie Lotz. Front How: Iohn Hillmann. Betty Halmbacher, Mary Harrington, Dave Brewer, Candy Brumder, Iohn Haiey, Torn Ball, Tom George. Seated: Digby Fodden, Tom Moebius, Iudy Iones, Mimi lanes, Iudy Davidson, Susie Frackelton. 42 Back How: Steve Krimmel, Ieif Smith, Ioe Garry, Tom Thorn- ing, Tom Teipel, Ierry Harri- son. Middle Row: Al Robertson, Patty Mower, Bob Miller, Bob Iohn, Bob Schley, John French. Front Row: Peggy Mackie, Mary Stark, Carole Rohmer, Donna Schmit, Bob Krurnme. Seated: Nancy Rosenberg. Mary Taylor, Curt Wilson, Dan Wil- son, Tim Hoelter, Henry Fuld- ner. Ann Vandervelde, Penny Rostad, Mike Krzoska, Dave Markham. -A- Back Row: Steve Dearholt. Doug Hamilton, lohn Geittrnan, San- dy Cutler, Pam Dowsett. Nancy Calhoun, Ken Candee. Front How: Iackie Boynton, Bob Hurth, Lin Esser, Alex Bowers. Carl Eschweiler, Ronnie Bauch, Tom Ertel, Evelyn Howell, John Beckman. Seated: Fred Holtz, Ieff Clark, Gwene Frazier, Raquel Haig, Ianet Harrington, Vicki Gute- sell. SOPHOMORE CLASS Back Row: Baxter Russel, Matt lung, lack Rewey, Hugh Stone, Will Peters. Middle How: Connie Meek, Lin- da Sharples, Chris Utzinger, Steve O'Brien, Bob Salisbury. Front Row: Dave Sorgel, Iohn Tudor, Linda Secord, Dave Montgomery, Iune Kozak. Seated: David Salisbury, Linda Nemeyer, Vicki White, Sally McMahon, Mary Riesen, Iirn Lipscomb, Cherry Watts, Wen- dee Wright. ,, ,vie-Q 3 .H my i v.. . Back Row: Beth Belfus, Sharon Friend, Holly Bentley, Martha Hurth, Ioy Fodden, Rich Har- land, Fred Blifiert, Lin Good- speed, T. I. Harkness, Nick Candee, Stacy Ferris, Wayne Kubal, Mike Kotovic, Dick Kes- key. Front Row: Ioy Cottle, Maria Langmuir, Ioan Kuechle, Iohn Balistrieri. Chris Langmuir, Iunior Kaminsky, Mary Claire Davies. Mike Buqbee, Tom Herman, Bruce Conley, Ken Clark. FRESHMAN CLASS 'i Back Row: Meg Mayer, Iennifer Thoma, Bonnie Talboys, Paul- ette LaPointe, Mirnsy Struck, Iermiier Quale, Bonnie Moe- bius, Ric Schmidt. Iirn Stein- bock, Bill Telander. Front Row: Ann Quarles. Susie Wilson, Mary Marshall, Win Surles. Trenny Rob, Bob Mey- er, Mike Stehling, Nancy Pue- licher, Bob Schley, George Munkwitz, Lucy Mellencamp. Bruce Schumaker. SEVENTH GRADE Row 1: Dianne Norris, Paul Fodden, Mary Puelicher, Richard Chapman, Porter Parker. How 2: Barbara Belius, Dave Weiss, Cherie Maxwell, Nancy Beisen. Row 3: Nancy Ericksen, lim Eschweiler, Su- zanne McCoy, Doug Gutenhunst, Libby Nortman. Row 4: Chris Harrison, Nancy Wakefield, Richard Rostacl, Doug Ferrell, Ricky Bell. William Candee, Ricky O'Malley. How 5: Molly Stone, Gail O'Brien, Iackie LaIVlalia. Bill Drischler, Bob Rosenberg. Row Gr Dan Wiesner, Steve Kane, Billy Will- mert, Cindy Schroeder, Tom Martin, Lissa Kasten. f IUNIOR HIGH EIGHTH GRADE Row 1: Carol Goodspeecl, Sue Grimm, Con- nie LaMalia, Clyde Surles, Roger Bauch. Flow 2: Brooke Bullinger, Elise Getzel, lim Soper, Mary Lee Kolster. Row 3: Bob Soper, Sue Nemeyer, Al Schal- lock, Sue Deckert, Bob Christopher. How: Billy Duke, Sara Stotzer. Tom Witten- berg, Eric Watson, Candy Korchunoif. How 5: Steve Inbush, Mark Boese. Chris Collinqs, Bruce Smith. Row 6: David O'Conner. Charles Ferell, Bar- bara Calhoun, Herb Krimmel. Row 7: Bob Lotz, Carole Berne, Peggy Wit- tenberg, Doug Hamilton. How 8: Ricky Ertel, Ricky Sorgel, lim Peiper. We ? Honor study hc111?? -.Y vii' his, my friend. is Fl. L gercmium. B-But I don't understand! These suits crre so . . oo clinqy. And in this corner. . . Aw. get serious! Get away from me! 43: Look, Ma! No cavities! 1 , 5 ie fvfe-A . 1 W' . f' fu' , , T fr X Q A Y N1 x 2 U s "Moondog" Why doesrft Hollywood wont me? We'll all go together when we go. Are you sure this is how you play shuffle- board? The Crypt-Kicker Three l l The ref beats his wife, the rel beats his wiie,.. "Follow the yellow brick road, trc: lcc," 1 s My psychiatrist has done 'S Smile when you say thot, stranger. OW rn innocent ecrrs! wonders lor me, . . , ' Y When headache strikes . "" "" "M " ' ' J - -tr, I Beanie . . . you Cecil? sux fgig Nip the inhibitions in the bud! N W Blume it on the Bossa Novo Here-'s cz Winner. . . 1 1 , H-3 : X1 Mmrnmmmmm, it's efiervesceui! Mother, PLEASE, I'cl rather do it myself! 1 'TDM Betchcx ccm't rnccke me blink! Shall we dance? 4one. two, three? Should We or Shouldnfi We, V - 4 MINS.. I ' -9-, . . s W IIIII J, If ff 9 . Na HND '7RgTg-IMETIO-' LWME HMI-IIIDM I I I , I I III' I - I I I I I LOWER SCHOOL FACULTY Sitting: Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Gallet, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Ludwig. Mrs. Brandi, Mrs. Iohnson Standing: Mrs. Billings, Mrs. Winnernore, Mrs. Ladewig, Mrs. Werden, Mr. Iohnson SIXTH GRADE Row 1: Debbie Tanner, Io Ann Getzel, Peggy Goldreich, Melody Brooks, Mary Boese, Barbara Clark, Tracy Schley, Wendy Gutenkunst, Diane O'Connor, Fraser Browne. Row 2: Ianet Graham, Lynn Parker, Auriel Kollmann, Fred Schroeder, Mark Jacobs, David Nemeyer, Barbara Van Housen, Candy Pieper, Iudy Mortonson. Row 3: Terry Wittenberg. Rick Hendee, Iohn Morehouse, Doug Iacobs, Chester Berne, Roger Smith, Kevin Cahill, Tom Bugbee, Mr. Johnson. FIFTH GRADE Row 1: Richard Forrest, Stanley Spracker. Iill Schmidrnan, Sally Gutenkunst, Cindy Cottle, Karl Ratzsch, Thomas Rawlinson, Michael Klein. Row 2: Peter Ljuhic, Paul LaPointe, Elizabeth Meyer, lane Hamilton, Douglas O'Malley, Robert Skwarecki, Shawn Barland. How 3: Iohn Harrington, Scott Moon, Ielirey Herbon, Iohn Moebius, Robert Davis, Victoria Pllgraclt, Susan Inbusch, Susan Boynton, Mrs. Ladewig, Cathernie Stodola. FOURTH GRADE 3 1.97 we l W 7 :ff r.'r-, i""", I. 1 , How 1: Michael Jacobs, William Howard. Timothy Hill, Dawn Deutsch, Sally Meyer, Iennie Lou Steger. How 2: Franke Carl, Diane Cohen, Kathy Wakefield, Patty Cottle, Ioellyn Clarke, Ginger Hendee. Row 3: Rich Pflugradt. Edward Duke, Rus Candee, Dennis Cahill, Teddy Friedmann, Sally Stark, Stacey Terris, A'Maria Kallas. Tommy Tetting, Gwyndolyn Friend, Mrs. Mathews. THIRD GRADE Row 1: Michael Candee, Edward Imbusch, Judith Tanner, Susan Holming, lane Ericksen, Laurence Moon, Robert Schulz, David Deutsch. How 2: Richard Groom, Wendy Brei, Karen Fuchy, Doray Diderrich, Terence Cahill, Philip Goldreich, Sarah Orth. How 3: Mrs. Brandt. Ioseph Ratzsch, Iames Norris, Peter Van Housen, Gail Zarwell, Elizabeth Parker, Kathy Wittenberg, Steven Rosendahl. SECOND GRADE Row 1: Donald Belfus, Sally Hamilton, Ann Iacobs, Frank Chandler, Kerry Davis, Carl Mueller, Eric Iudd. Row 2: Susan Goelzer, Kippy French. Nancy Buchanan, Day Surles, Icy Schwartz, Ann Rawlinson, Karen Thompson. Row 3: Marilyn Spracker, Cathy Parker, Nancy Smith, Jamie Sampson, Bruce Wolff. FIRST GRADE i nf 'iJ fl' ,.g, Agri qi 1 Row l: Cyntheanrie Carl, Mary Candee, Scott Thompson, Poppy Tetris, Kathleen Cahill. How 2: Thomas Schmiclman, Mark Stodola, Diane Scho'1, Shari Rozendahl, Maureen Kiley, Bradley Bence. Row 3: Debra Moon. Kathleen Benson, Marjorie Giese, Bambi Karchunolf, Patty Van Housen, Kim Brei, Charles Rainey. How -1: Mrs. Billings, Leslie Proctor, Philip Pomerance, Peter Wittenberq. Thomas Aldridge. Absent: Michelle Detienne. SENIOR KINDERGARTEN How l: Damian McLaughlin, Ioseph King, Deborah Groom, Kathi Iudd, Annabeth Ruperti, Kenneth Bauman, Christopher Ema, Mary Gertrude Stemper. Row 2: Annette Frye, Barbara Inbush, Clara Flenj, Michelle Pflugradt, Holly Eilen Worjala, Kathy Mack. How 3: Mrs. Iohnson, Ierry Hauscher, Ionathan Palmer, Ion Helmenialc, Lois Hoffmann, Mrs. Ludwig, Christopher Ferrel. Standing by Piano: Iorian Clarke, Fredrick Storm. I UN IOR KINDERGARTEN Row 1: Carol Lynn Feller, Terry Thompson, Thomas Meyer, Lee David Pomerance, Indy Williston, Carrie Hewit. Row 2: Brian Cahill, Christy Claus, Carl Scholl, Gary Greco. Row 3: Ianet Carl, Iohn Gipson, Mrs. Gallett, Gorden Stover, Mary Elizabeth Rowland, Mrs. Winnemore, Michael Wolff. NURSERY SCHOOL Left Rear Table: David Barratz. Lynda Storm. Mrs. Hansen, Tracy Hoskins. Right Rear Table: Iulie Hayes, Stephen Austin, Robert Marks. Front Table: Richard Proctor, Todd Tanner, Ioan Stemper, Abigiel Thomas, Elaine Haight, David Hcrldimcm. M W ,WE WE WORK--' MWMMM Nancy Rosenberg, Mary Harrington, Kristi Quale, Doug Maxwell. Locke Decker, Pam Seay, Sally Gilbert, Marty Roberts ACADEMY ANNUAL Gail Frank, Paulo Younglove, lane Innes, Nancy Blank, Iohn Mellen- camp, Pam Hunri The yearbook is truly an essential part of each school year. It reveals the high- lights of the past months which make up an important aspect of each student's life. This year the Academy has made a sincere effort to shun some of the conservative tea- tures of the past and to introduce character- istics new and different to the students at MUS. Under the leadership of our Editor-in- Chief, Nancy Blank, and Mr. Bauman, Faculty Adviser, the yearbook has been based on quality of content. More attention has been given to the pictures and copy in terms of a fresher and more variable ap- proach to the overall layout of the book. The faculty has been photographed in depart- mental groups and considerably more space has been provided for the departing seniors. There are virtually no individual athletic shots this year, with the editors focusing their attention on exciting action photos of the games. Certainly it represents the prod- uct of many months of careful and thought- ful planning. We of the Academy would like to take this opportunity to thank all those Whose contributions have made this publication possible. We hope that it is a mere step toward the completion of better annuals in the coming years. "AD ASTRA PER ASPERAU VOL. XXVI-No. 3 hlished by Students of the MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL ' December 19, 1965 MERRL J l il, ' ' Ar 3 HAPPY N W YEA - I We would like to extend our 'annul thanks for your able as' 'vi tireless. participation 'M' MUS Follies a is only CHRISTMAS TIME The traditional Christmas Pageant was held in Schneider Auditorium on D:cember 19, at 2:00 p.m. In the program were John Hill- Dave Markham, and Jock Rus- flnb Bell, John Mellen- John Beck- -agp. ie ne, :rds ierds 'Love Praise en" and nigh did i of the , and six s the and grades "The Lowly irienrls joincd s and faculty .ying the true i News iman, jr., class of to Miss Louise Ann :miner 24, 1962. kie Mann, class of '49, icy Story Plummer of raska, were married on 4, 1962. P. Broan, class of '54, lic- bride of Fred Cowley on .' ID, 1962. Fodden, class of '61, is :I of the Princeton University group, the Tigertones. Dur- freshman year Simon sang Princeton Glee Club. od Sm. 'U . 'wsfvf' Lf? Br JI Ing.. ogy GW-f Gina ig foe fone CADEM an... l'l'b9rf' A998911 eclfer, P S' JOQH Y M gathered a 1- lc' POA Klffy HQIPY M Epsfel-I7 Mr. Parker: "lf ti.. si Morryqfdjng OlLSf' paul iedjforl P ther questions about current e C ' 1 j 'f lct's take a nap." H ,ul ojlqhqn Mcffjnr iyqyerl Mum -SQQV Any member of the faculty: It men at U., ' Sqnd Quin Qrry 4 'edit has come to my attention that we . f Y C You Hob CIW, G - haven't had any six weeks tests, was chmrmsmo "H" ' UUSI, N 179101, EHS B G11 F so IVIH H group, and Mr. Kotre scrveu .. Qnc 9. Joh Onnl-G fC117k Parent fof the female typej: "I of the science section. Mr. Kotre was ,im y Hose H Sope LOfZ ' jffllgfj feel 50 Did and fat with '-in these also elected to serve as chairman of members, . libel- I' N 1 hid , Qi-101 . . . Q O17 Y D S :ming gms mfliiid' ..Thls Wm have the nuidnnrv er-rrifm av mn-I ..,.....f.. nlrv The +1 ' Cy Blonkllljdson to lf 1' i., V S . MY- Mr. hu.. Olly h1lV0 Ill er, they vis- I- , be ACADEMY MONTHLY r MY- :stions about neon:-31233525 an Im bed? -4 rurth graders - We adem Monthl is the student -ic the island , oil. is The AC , Y . Y uss the coun- ich d PA-IA Kildarc newspaper Written entirely by the students ,mem and Form! 21- Gr- e ef- to iff? on the Academy staff. The staff is composed Iibgigxfigyziziff Paul Fadda, i:::aKEf5h:uir -We of anyone in the school who feels he would .poration for Paulette Lfpoim evgryir . Ili CII1 article in the Cf ef. After ffm' , Cherie Maxwell Mary Marshall this io 1 e O p h ' .ir three-hour G Al UBI-ie WCM' the articles are submitted, the editors, Pam -Mr. Parker Mm St " Meg Meyer when I , d me school sys- ary one George Munkwitz time. Seay and Ioan Epstein, and the faculty a - mS,,,aS,3,,1,. N-if-cy Wakeaeld Steve Scmey k"i,iIg,Q,Q viser, Mrs. Hill, assemble the newspaper. ' of United Rim Big? " Bruce sch-:maker inliimei proof-read the articles, and deliver the paper Sari? yarn: Sally Wmson i r. , me e ze to the prmter. The Academy puts out about Mary Lee Kolster John Bfflfgaff' KIT' AT I Kitty Harding has been accepted on early admissions to Connecticut College for Women. Kitty is the second student in the senior class to be accepted for early admissions. The rest of the senior class will have to wait until spring time to re- ceive their acceptances. 8 issues a year. an BTI Jan an an Jan. J , J . Jani J . J . Jan. 11 12 18 18 19 21 25 28 -2 - .--- -.J---.------1 Basketball: Milwaukee Lutheran, There College Board Examinations Third grading period ends Basketball: Wayland Academy, Here Basketball: Country Day, There 4 End of First Semester-report cards- Basketball: Wisconsin Lutheran, Here Second Semester Begins primary grades Candy Korchunofi' Bobby Lotz Susie Nemeyer Dave O'Connor Sara Stotzer Clyde Surles Peggy Wittenberg Form lil Mike Bugbee Joy Fodden Sharon Friend Wayne Kubal Jackie Boynton Sandy Cutler Vicki Gutgesell Evelyn Howell Jim Lipscomb Linda Nemeyer Steve 0'Brien Marti Riesen Baxter Russell Cherry Watts Vicki White Wendce Wright Form V Henry Fuldner Mary Harrington Vicki Herslof Tim Hoelter Judy Jones Bob Krumme Bonnie Lotz Patti Mower Nancy Rosenberg Penny Rostad Jeff Smith Form Vi Liz Brady Joan Epstein Gail Frank Kitty Harding Kathy Kane Tom Krueck Pauli Mayer Steve Mortonson Betsy Poole Marty Roberts Row I: Iudy lones, Barb Foote, Laurie Meyer, Gwen Frazier, Liz Brady, Bonnie Lotz, Bonnie Tcxlboys, Holly Bent- ley, Alex Bowers. Vicki White, Mimi Iones. How 2: Ann Vandervelde, Evelyn Howell, P. I. Younglove, Pam Seay, Glen Mueller, lane Innes. Nancy Calhoun. Locke Decker, Kris Utzinger, Ianet Harrington. Row 3: Dave Montgomery, Ric Foss, Pete Doelger, Dave Brewer. Ieit Orth, Steve O'Brien, lock Russell, Tom George. How 4: Iohn Hillman, lack Olson, Bob Schley, Dave Markham, Bob Harland, Torn Krueck, Steve Mortenson, Ole Skarstein, Bill Arnold. CHORUS This year the chorus has rnade great strides in improving the overall pro- gram and interest shown by the mem- BOY'S QUARTET bers. Our new music instructor, Mr. Robert Brown, has been a real inspira- tion to his singers, not only through " " his fine conducting technique but also through his varied musical repertoire. We have witnessed some good per- formances this year in the morning assembly, Thanksgiving and Christmas programs and, of course, the Music Festival in the spring. A rather unique experience was enjoyed recently with the appearance of the chorus on a local television station and we were all very proud of their performance. Dave Markham, Tom George, Bill Arnold, Iohn Hillman In addition to the rather select group in the chorus itself, there is also a male quartet and a thirty-six member choral group from the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. The harmonious strains of clas- sical as well as spiritual and popular music have been truly sweet music in the air. . E' 9'1" 3223 1 'TIE uqpw Till? : " ' . 1114 XC :.v.'fv iaith W. , SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Sitting: Pam Seay, Bob Schley, Iock Russell, lane Gilbert, Iohn Hillman Standing: Mary Davies. Cherry Watts, Sharon Friend, Iim Lipscomb, Iulie Hume Absent: Bob Bell IUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Seated Diane Norris Nancy O'Brien, Sue Nemeyer Standing Bruce Smith Peggy Wittenberg, Dick Ertel, Dick Rostad I 2: W at irsgafl STUDENT COUNCILS Led by President lock Russell, repre- sentatives of the student body, chosen by their respective forms, meet each week and make plans for coming school events. These include dances after basketball or football games and assembly programs. This year we had a movie on community welfare organi- zations and musicians from the Mil- waukee Symphony performed for us. Supporting a Greek boy has been another activity which the Student Council has taken on. Some of the representatives are monitors of the honor roll study hall. The main purpose for having a Student Council is to have representatives of the student body who would be able to voice their class- mates' opinions and clear up any prob- lems which might arise. 59 Top: Mary Taylor. Paula Younglove Bottom: Mimi Iones, Scilly Gilbert GIRLS' CLUB Under the guidance of the Dean of Women, Mrs. Goodspeed, and the pres- ident, Iulie Hume, the Girls' Club had a terrific year. The social season began with an Ice-Breaker Party and followed with the Homecoming Dance. Next was the Christmas Caroling Party which includ- ed a pot-luck supper and an evening of caroling at hospitals and old-age homes in the vicinity. In a special assembly at Christmastime the faculty members were presented with corsages or boutinnieres accompanied with sam- ples of home-made poetry. After the holiday season, the Mother-Daughter Tea was given in cooperation with the Wornen's Service Club. Soon after the tea, the annual Father-Daughter Square Dance was held. Several other activities were under- taken during the course of the year: taffy apple and bake sales, donations to the Community Fund and to a needy family at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Mr. Parker's birthday celebration. BOOSTER CLUB The Booster Club successfully com- pleted another year ot supplying spirit to all Lancer athletic events. They pre- sented skits and songs, sold Lancer hats at Homecoming, sponsored buses to out-of-town games, organized a ter- rific Homecoming parade, and awarded the float trophy to the much deserving Class ot '64. Besides providing pep at games and in assemblies, the club al- so gave funds to various charities and helped present the Mother-Daughter Athletic Luncheon in Iune. Kathy Kane, Pam Hunn, Ianet Toser, Mrs. Goodspeed Iulie Hume GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL Candy Brumder, Kitty Harding, Miss Marsh, lane Gilbert, Moonbeam Meyer GIRLS' ATHLETICS Blue-White and varsity sports are planned and directed by Miss Marsh and the Girls' Athletic Council. Blue-White: An extra-curricular sports program in which all senior high school girls participate. The program includes seasonal activities in hockey, basketball, volleyball, swimming, and soccer. To win a season, a team must win 3 out of 5 games in hockey, 5 out oi 7 games in basketball, a total of 6 games in volleyball, and it must accumu- late the highest total of points in the one swimming meet. The team that wins the annual swimming meet is presented the Frank S. Speigner Swimming Trophy, and the team that is the overall victor for the year's events is awarded the Blue-White Trophy. The highlight of Blue-White this year was the All-Star game which ended the basketball season and found the Blue team victorious by a score of IS to 9. At the closing of the school year the Mother- Daughter Luncheon is held and a Sports- manship Trophy is presented to the high school senior who has exemplified the high- est ideals of sportsmanship and fair play throughout her high school years. Varsity: MUS has girls' varsity teams in two sports, hockey and basketball, with an A Team and a B Team for each. The hockey team practiced faithfully after school and on Saturday mornings under the leader- ship oi Pauli Mayer, A Team captain, and Sallie Gilbert, B Team captain. The teams played Ferry Hall, Kemper Hall, ULS, Way- land, and their traditional rival, Downer. Following hockey came basketball. Teams were chosen, and Pam Hunn was elected captain ot the A Team with Laurie Mitchell being elected B Team captain. The girls were not able to play as many varsity games as in previous years, although they did get to play Wayland and Downer. The "Amazons" were full ot spirit and enthusiasm in all their contests, and both seasons held good times for all who participated. 5' I Et t CUM LAUDE l HONCB SOCIETY Standing: William Arnold, Mar- tha Roberts, Gail Frank 119623 Seated: Bonnie Lotz. Ioan Ep- stein, Katherine Harding. Eliza- beth Brady Floor: Betsy Poole 119629, Paul- ine Mayer, Kathleen Kane Faculty members initiated 1963: Miss Brozovich, Mr. Kerr, Mrs. Spargo, Mrs. Teter Other members: Mr. Boese, Mrs. Hill, Mr. Kotre, Mr. Parker. Mr. Bintelmann. CMI. Iackson -deceased 19633 Zin tlllemnriam MICHAEL BUGBY Words cannot adequately express our grief over the loss of a student like Mike, who was so much a part of the MUS family. He truly represented the well-rounded student who ex- celled in the classroom and on the athletic field and he enjoyed great popularity among the other students. We shall never forget him. NAOMI DAX As We moved along the cafeteria line each day, each of us was impressed with the gra- cious service and affable personality of Mrs. Dax. With these words, we regretfully acknowl- edge her unfortunate death and departure from our midst. 62 HARRY SLINGSBY A tradition is a most difficult thing to estab- lish anywhere, but certainly Harry Slingsby had become a "tradition" to the entire MUS faculty and student body. A generous mone- tary gift during his illness was only a token acknowledgment for our genuine esteem and liking for Harry. His absence will long be felt. r , , S J. THKSAIL X A F' 50 . 0770 I THE BA'-L GAME . - Q MNH-WLM M SCORES Varsity Wheaton Academy . . Wayland Academy . . Northwestern Preps . . Wisconsin Lutheran . Milwaukee Lutheran Lake Forest Academy . Racine Lutheran . . M. C. D. S. . . MUS Opp 13 27 12 6 6 19 7 13 U 45 13 U 13 33 13 40 77 183 How l: lock Russell, Ierry Harrison, Rick Foss. Pete Doelger, Iohn Mellencamp, Bob Krumme, Tom Callahan. Row 2: Iohn Hillmann, Tom George, Tim Hoelter, Dan Wilson, Bob Brennan, Dick Chase, Tom Teipel, Bill Arnold. Row 3: Mr. Kerr, Bob Miller, Iohn Geittman, Iack Olson, Mike Krzoska, Tom Ball, lohn Hafey, Rob Moebius, Mr. Boese. Row 4: Chuck Munkwitz, Pep Maxwell, Ielf Smith, Bob Schley, Ion Krause, Iohn French, Al Robertson, Bob Ander- son, Ole Skarstein, Will Peters, Iohn Tuteur. Milwaukee University School's football team of 1962, led by Captain Pete Doelger and coached by Head Coach Boese and As- sistant Coach Kerr, commenced its some- what dismal season with a rugged week at football camp-climaxed by the Alumni scrimmage which seemed to some compara- ble to Sisyphean labor. The Lancers with a core of only six re- turning lettermen opened the season in a non-conference battle with Wheaton Acad- emy at Wheaton Illlinois, which ended in a 27-13 victory for Wheaton. The disloca- tion of Captain Pete Doelger's shoulder seemed to be a pertinent factor in the first loss for the young ball club. The following week, in high spirits, the team looked forward to its first conference game against Wayland Academy. Way- land's Redmen proved to be as rugged and tough as in past years but not tough enough to bottle up M.U.S.'s star halfback, Rick Foss, who took a 29 yard pass from quarterback Tom Wegmann for a first quarter touchdown. A 6-0 score accompanied the Lancers to their lockerroom at half-time. When play resumed, possession of the ball changed hands frequently. With only 26 seconds left in the game and the score tied 6-6, the Weg- mann-F oss combination clicked for the sec- ond time resulting in a 12-6 Lancer Victory -hard-fought and Well-earned. The Lancers lost their next two games - 19-6 to a strong Northwestern Preps squad and 45-0 to Milwaukee Lutheran, who went on to be undefeated Conference Champions. Rainy weather couldn't quite put a damper on the Homecoming spirit of the team or crowd. Despite the fact that after the first quarter the player's numbers were illegible, the crowd cheered the team to a 13-0 victory. A week after the Lancers' 33-13 loss to Racine Lutheran, the traditional Country Day game was held. This hard-fought game ended in a 40-13 victory for Country Day. Costly injuries, varying from torn liga- ments to broken bones, and an extremely young ball club could possibly be responsi- blg for the unimpressive 2-5 conference rec- or . Ric Foss was further distinguished by being selected as a second-team, Al1-Con- ference back. Iohn Hillman and Bob Krumme were elected co-captains of the '63 squad. kg if i ,V -.E-4 X V- ww .4- 4 v . Y .x..-. s. -A N J Ar -u Y A 4 ,A , ,. ,QS ' Q ff-"""' i ,po I Qs' I 5 X fgfffgf-K, 4'-f A . - .sy ,f ,jigs 5 Z-2? F Q -A :.2 gig .,,L.f- Y :. if I .V -A i ' -J 5 .li r Nz: , ' ,' -. -,I -V Q Q. 1 A - Lf- .K ix' ' 'gf . . , - vl J 5 ., ff, , , - . ,X , L . 4 ' W y ' . -. N .. , ,, ., , ag, :H xx rg' 'r 7 fr 'I-'A'-1' ' . - , ' M . ' x S5 , Q, p ..,' ' ',Y,,' -sw f-wg.: . Q 41 I V Ax , , , . x 1 w 'I Q P? ' ,QV ' l A. 1 A , '1-, - ,J x V u 5 ,el : Z Y ' " ,- lr '1,,,1-'3-V . , H H Row How Row Row FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL 1: Dave Montgomery, Harry Kaminsky, Matt lung, Baxter Russell, Hugh Stone, Doug Hamilton, Ie-it Clark, Bob Meyer. 2: Tom Herman, Dennis Iames, Steve Dearholt, Mike Bugbee, Mike Kotovic, Iohn Balistrieri, Kenny Clark, Bob Salisbury, Ken Candee. 3: Steve Schley, Steve O'Brien, Richard Harland, Dick Keskey, T. I. Harkness, Bruce Conley, Sandy Cutler, lack Rewey. 4: Mr. Tupta, Rick Schmidt, Bruce Schumaker, George Munkwitz, Nick Candee, Fred Hoeltz. Doug Frank. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL Row 1: Clyde Surles, Doug Gutenkunst, Dick Chapman, Roger Bauch, Dan Weisner, Paul Fodden, Dick Rostad, Doug Ferrel, Bob Christopher, Bob Soper. Row 2: Rick Sorgel, Bill Willmert, Bo Ccmdee, Charles Ferrel, Dave Weiss, Billy Duke, Ricky O'Malley, Steve Inbusch, Mark Boese, Iim Eschweiler, Doug Hamilton, Herb Krimmel. Row 3: A1 Shallock, Tom Wittenberg, Eric Watson, Dave O'Connor, Tom Martin, Bruce Smith, Ricky Ertel, Steve Kane, Bob Lotz, Iim Piepers, Mr. Suclduth. V A R S I T Y A Row 1: Pam Hunn, Moonbeam Meyer, Pauli Mayer Kcaptainl, Kitty Harding, Betsy Poole, Connie Meek. Row 2: lane Innes, Patty Grueber, Liz Bowman, Candy Brurnder. How 3: Kathy Muth, P. I. Younglove. Absent: Kris Quale. fl. -V 5 A -x 1' 1' 2 R , Sim S 1323 'QS If T Q -Mfg H QBVEH5' , , :man 5L'!-'Dj Y . B GIRLS' HOCKEY Row 1: Ianie Gilbert, Barbie Foote, Iudy Davidson, Iulie Hume, Sallie Gilbert Ccaptainh. How 2: Mary Taylor, Lindsay Esser, Raquel Haig. Marty Roberts, Vicki Gutgesell. How 3: Kathy Kane, Mimi Iones, Bonnie Lotz. .7f' , 5' Sharon Friend, Lynn Good' speed, Beth Belius, Tren- ny Robb. FROSH-SOPH CHEERLEADERS Iennifer Thomu, Meg May- er, Linda Secord. Cherry Watts. 71 '55 5l How Row How Row How Row Row How How Row 1: Chris Langmuir, Stacy Ferris, Kitty Harding tcaptainl, Candy Brumder lco-captainl, Maria Lanqmuir. 2: Pauli Mayer, Betsy Poole, Jennifer Quale, Bonnie Talboys, Liz Bowman, Paulette LaPointe. 3: Sally Wilson, Holly Bentley, Mimsy Struck, Linda Nemeyer, Marty Riesen, Evelyn Howell, Martha Hurth. 4: Cherry Watts, Vicki Gutgesell, Mary Taylor, Mimi Jones, lanet Toser, Judy Davidson, Patti Mower, lane Innes. 5: Iudy Iones, Donna Schmidt, Bonnie Lotz, Ioy Cottle, Ioan Kuechle. Susie Wilson, Connie Meek, Nancy Calhoun. BLUE -- WHITE TEAMS l: Sharon Friend, Moonbeam Meyer tcapiainl, Ianie Gilbert tco-ccrptainj. Sallie Gilbert. 2: P. I. Younglove, Barbie Foote, Patty Grueber, Betty Halmbacher, Laurie Mitchell, Pam Hunn, Pam Dowsett. 3: Mimi Foerster, Lindsay Essex, Raquel Haig, Trenny Robb, Iune Kozak, Marty Roberts, Iulie Hume. 4: Linda Sharples, Alex Bowers, Ioy Fodden, Mary Marshell, Mary Claire Davies, Ann Vandervelde, Kathy Kane, Pam Seay. 5: Meg Mayer, Ieniier Thoma, Bonnie Moebius, Lucy Mellencamp, Sandy Van Housen, Ann Quarles, Martha Orth, Ann Larson, Kathy Muth. Standing Rick Foss Mike Krzoslca, Tom lung fcaptainh Bob Anderson, Bob Schley, Tom Krueck. Tom Thornmg Chuck Munkwitz, Iohn Geittman. Iohn Mellencamp, Iohn Hillman, Baxter Russell. Kneeling Bob Iohn fmanagerl, Mr. Gottowske, Mr. Verbrugge. Dick Heinze Imanagerl. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Varsity Basketball team enjoyed a good season in having an 8-ll record. The team was led by three veteran seniors: Captain Tom lung at forward, Bob Anderson at center, and Ric Foss at guard. The rest of the twelve-man team was made up ot Sophomores and Juniors, leaving Coach Ierry Gottowski with a good nucleus for the 1963-64 season. The Lancers of M.U.S. started out the season by losing a non- conference tilt to Cedarburg. After regaining their confidence, M.U.S. went on to win their next three out of four conference starts, beating Wisconsin Lutheran, Lake Forest Academy, and Racine Lutheran, while only dropping a 45-44 decision to Northwestern Preps. The next two games with Milwaukee Lutheran and Wayland Academy leveled the Lancers to a 3-3 record. The final game before the semester exam break was with our traditional rival, Country Day. Here the Lancers literally out-lasted the Cougars by finally taking a 54-53 decision that lasted two extra periods of overtime. As soon as the semester break Was over, the M.U.S. team dropped two games to Wisconsin Lutheran and Northwestern Preps before beating Wheaton Academy in a non-conference game and Lake Forest Academy in the second meeting of the year. After dropping three straight games to Milwaukee Lutheran, Racine Lutheran, and Wayland Academy, the Lancers still had enough confidence to knock Country Day off by a score of 56-53 for the season's finale. In the Conference Tournament the Lancers placed sixth. losing to Milwaukee Lutheran in their first game Friday afternoon, beating Lake Forest Saturday morning, and losing in the consolation final Satur- day night to Racine Lutheran. The Lancers truly enjoyed a good season and are hoping for an even better one in 1964. Tom lung fcaptainl. VARSITY BASKETBALL 'Wheaton Academy . fwon 8, Lost 11, Lake Forest Academy . Racine Lutheran . . . MUS OPP- Milwaukee Lutheran . Ceclarburg .... 43 GO Wayland Academy . Wisconsin Lutheran . Northwestern Preps . Lake Forest Academy Racine Lutheran . . Milwaukee Lutheran . Wayland Academy . Country Day . . . Wisconsin Lutheran . Northwestern Preps . Country Day .... 'Non-conference games 50 45 38 gi TOURNAMENT 65 53 Milwaukee Lutheran . Lake Forest Academy . 54 44 54 63 39 58 54 51 57 Racine Lutheran . . 61 62 as so sa 39 57 71 42 so 54 83 se 53 MUS opp . 22 as . 73 51 . sz 67 -Q Wm . wr 52 V r if , 1 4 Q 'iiz W- fgiffi Q N355 , 'iw -- ' rf v E X ,M V m 'Q S H -5 si? QQ. 7 i f .RQggf25ff bi? " 'i 3. 2 Q. 5. Q .5 21 Q 5 A I f,, k-4? . I, A xl F, ,vi , ix XZ x. li' XQWLL1' Qi 1 ,y . Jw, Y .L .f : Efifcbf 'M I- 2 ' eg-my-4 "1m'- 1"--' .glygzlk FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL Row 1: Bob Meyer, Hugh Stone, Matt lung. Mike Bugbee, Sandy Cutler, Mr. Sudduth Row 2: Dennis Iames, Steve Schley. Dick Keskey, Steve Dearholt, Bruce Conley. Row 3: George Munkwitz, Ken Clarke, Iohn Balistrieri, Harry Kaminsky. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Front Row: Howard Boese. Bob Lotz. Steve Inbusch, Steve Kane. Mark Boese, Iim Pieper. Back Row: Clyde Surles, Charles Fer- rell, Eric Watson, Ricky Sorgel, Bruce Smith, Tom Wittenberg. Rich Chap- man. .. ,,.. -.-.W ,-L .. t. . -, ?i'f'E':'j:" ml'---'Q 5- will ,, I iitigwg--7, .... ,M my My X, , , ' ' I - was mmsggf. J. .,. , M ,Nb . 1 Wt. U ..,u"x1C" XSL' IT N , ' 4, if "I", tt ' ' l wqinff'-"--f'3" ll-3 I-Qxllll H3 'Ht'1..Yl.Wfl,1w' tt l t. W ww 'ff' Sflifiv-A Ma ,. ' . 1' l U 'i . . it ff' . , t ' - rw-f., f . ' L - 5- y I I .. M-Wfqi . . ,n...-... .,-W., .. ,tg--.-f - , ,A 11 j 11 'lm w ,H tht it 1-2,-'tw it ' -H W1 2. .. " .H .W .J , ,, . , M .V.: M gh. , I X -1. ? fr ivy f l 3,5 W Km' -'f- -www wr-..,., .iii i i VARSITY SWIMMING Row l: Ieif Clark, Al Martin lcaptainl, Tim Hoelter, Ken Candee, Tom George, Mike Kotovic. How 2: Steve O'Brien. Will Peters. Tom Moebius, Tom Ertel, Dave Brewer, Tom Bentley. How 3: Mr. Norris, Iohn French, Rick Schmidt, Dave Markham, Nick Candee, Pep Maxwell, Dave Sorqel Imanagerl. SWIMMING The swimming team, led by Captain Al Martin, struggled to win throughout the en- tire season. Their big problem was a lack of experienced swimmers. Many good in- dividual performances were turned in during the year. Iohn French came close to bet- tering the 40 yard freestyle record, a rec- ord which has stood since 1937. Ken Candee and Tom Ertel fought for a first in the tough- est race, the 200 yard individual medley. Ken also smashed his own record which he set last year in the 400 yard freestyle. Many other times improved over last year and should continue to come down. This year was a year of building for the future. All the letter Winners, with the exception of one senior, will be back next year. The future of the swimming team, under Captain-elect Tim Hoelter, looks good. MUS Opp. Wayland . . . 23 73 Lake Forest . . 18 76 Washington . . 41 53 Greendale . . . 37 58 Concordia .... . 49 45 Milwaukee Lutheran . . 35 80 Wayland .... . 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V x . . .J +, 9 Ki- "' Y f, , A ,, K . Q . ,MF T' - 3 . J" A ' . , , ,af V - '4"?51,'-917+ ,. 2 , ,I rfsgw,-fy, . .. 'I :Jing-,1:-' 1 '23-4 .i. - ,, V' ".4M.r'- .f 4' " 'L 'i K Y . , .,,,. , . . LL ,lgesigwtif csqxlstl, lm A ...K aaa 4 Gi 2-aff? 15,33 , zlf VARSITY WRESTLING Row I: Digby Fodden, Doug Hamilton, lock Russell, Steve Mortonson. Doug Maxwell, Iohn Tuteur, Tom Herman. Row 2: Rob Moebius, Bob Krumme, Iohn Soper, Ion Krause, Rob Harland, Dick Nelson, lim Steinbock, Bob Salisbury. Row 3: Bill Arnold, Bruce Schumaker, Iohn Hurth, Tom Teipel, Steve Krimmel, Curt Wilson, Fred Holtz, Rich Har- land, Mr. Kerr. Jock Russell, Steve Mortonson Kco-captainsl. This year's Wrestling Team under the grueling coaching of Mr. Kerr was led to its best season ever of 4 wins and 6 losses by co-captains lock Russell and Steve Mor- tonson. These two "musselmen" also helped to keep morale high by leading the team in "song?" The year started off and finished well with the grapplers defeating Country Day both times. The team finished their regular season by placing fifth in the conference tourna- ment on February 23 and were fortunate to have Doug Hamilton take the championship and lock Russell a third place in their re- spective weight classes. This year, although the regular season had ended after the conference tournament, the team vigorously trained an extra Week in preparation for the Northwestern Military and Naval Academy Invitational Wrestling Tournament on the second of March. The extra work was well worth while, for that day the team brought home their first trophy signifying their tie for second place with St. Iohn's. And again the team was fortunate in having Doug Hamilton and Doug Maxwell place first, with Iohn Tuteur, lock Russell, and Dick Nelson right behind them in second place, and Steve Mortonson and Iohn Soper in third place. P M. C. D. S. !1 1 WRESTLING KWon 4, Lost SJ N.W.M.6fN.A.. . Wisconsin Lutheran . N. W. Preps Milwaukee Lutheran . Wayland St. Iohn's Lake Forest Wisconsin Lutheran . M. C. D. S. . MUS Opp. 27 16 13 32 21 17 7 28 36 11 14 37 16 31 17 24 13 29 36 10 200 235 . , 1 VARSITY B Row 1: Ann Quarles, Vicki Gutgesell, Laurie Mitchell Icaptainl. Raquel Haig. Kristi Qucrle. Row 2: Betty Halmbacher, Jane Gilbert, Iulie Hume. GIRLS' BASKETBALL VARSITY A How 1: Kathy Muth. Pam HUD!! frfaplainl, Laurie Meyer. Row 2: Pauli Mayer, Iane Innes, Candy Brumder, Con- nie Meek. U-CLUB Row 1: Nick Candee, Tim Hoelter, Tom Ertel. Ken Condee. Dave Brewer. Row 2: Tom Callahan, Al Marlin, Doug Maxwell, Ieff Smith, Bill Arnold, Tom Wegmonn. Row 3: Rick Foss, Iohn Geittman. Doug Hamilton, Will Peters, Chuck Munkwitz, Rob Harland, Iohn Soper. Bob Iohn, Bob Schley, Dick Nelson. Iohn Hillmann, Iohn Mellencamp, Ole Skarstein. Bob Krumme, Digby Podden, Iohn Tueter, Bob Anderson, Ierry Harrison, Pep Maxwell, Baxter' Russell. ATHLETIC A AWARD WINNERS Bob Anderson. Iohn P. Weiner Basket- ball Trophy: lock Russell, Herberi E. Uihlein Football Trophy, M.U.S. p Wrestling Trophy: Ken Candee, Rae F. Bell Swimming Trophy. 5, VARSITY TRACK TEAM How 1: Bob Bell, Ierry Harrison, Ole Skarstein, Digby Fodden, Rick Foss fCaptJ, Iohn Hillmann, Chuck Munkwitz, Bill Arnold, Bob Krumme, Iohn Mellancamp. How 2: Ken Clark fmanaqerl, Ieii Clark, Dave Mongomery, Steve Krimmel, Tom Krueck, Moondog Meyer, Dave Brewer, Ioe Garry, Dave Markham, Dick Kesky, Iohn Geittman, Mike Krozoska, Henry Fuldner Cmcmaqerl. How 3: Mr. Tupta, Tom Herman. Nick Candee, Fred Bliiiert, Bob Salisbury, Bruce Schumaker, Bob Iohn, Bob Miller, Iohn Soper, Iohn Beckman, Steve O'Brien, A1 Robertson, Tim Hoelter, Doug Hamilton, Dan Wilson. Ken Candee, Dave Salisbury, Fred Hoeltz, Mr. Kerr. The varsity track team won 6 and lost 3 dual meets last year for one of their better seasons in the last ten years. The track team also placed third in the Country Day Relays and fourth in the Midwest Prep Con- ference Meet, also held at M.C.D. This year's track team, under the able coaching of Mr. Kerr and Mr. Tupta, shows great potential for an undefeated year. The five returning lettermen provide a good nu- cleus in captain Rick Foss, Chuck Munkwitz, Digby Fodden, Iohn Hillmann and Peter Doelger. These boys Will provide the lead- ership and devotion that will make MUS's track team a great one. Last year two records fell, one in the mile by Dave Rubner and the other in the 180-yard low hurdles by Rick Foss. This year 5 records which have held for ten years will be in danger of being broken. Ole Skarstein, our foreign exchange student from Norway, is expected to break the 100- and 220-yard dashes: Digby Fodden is hope- ful to break the mile or M record: Iohn Hillmcmn is out to break the record in the 180-yard hurdles: and captain Rick Foss is after the pole vault record that has held since 1959. The varsity track team's first meet was with Lake Forest Academy and the meet ended in a Lancer victory: 58-55. Two rec- ords fell in the meet. Ole Skarstein broke Dick Seefe1d's record in the high hurdles of 17.4 by doing them in 16.5. The second rec- ord was Iohn Hil1rnann's low hurdle mark of 22.35, which broke Rick Foss's record of 22.4. The team looked very strong with good depth, and no doubt will continue improv- ing as the year progresses. -4' Rob Harland Row 1: Matt lung, Rob Harland, Harry Kaminsky, Bob Ander- son, Hugh Stone. How 2: Iim Lipscomb, Rich Har- land, Bob Schley, Steve Dear- holt, Dick Heinze, Steve Schley. The Tennis Team this spring has had a major task in attempting to re- build itself into a formidable outfit. The hard core of last year's squad has since then departed and Coach Guttowske was confronted with a good deal of shuffling to present the team most ef- fectively. A newcomer this year is freshman Harry Kaminski, who has been holding down the number one spot, followed by Bob Anderson and Bob Harl and in the singles, Matt lung, Hugh Stone and Bob Schley are the regulars in doubles competition, with the final doubles position up for grabs. After an initial loss to Marquette High, the netmen came back to win from Wisconsin Lutheran and a strong Lake Forest squad. In the latter match, al- most without exception, the competition went into three sets and our boys had to come from behind to win 4-1. More recently, MUS split two matches with Wayland Academy as Kaminski, Har- land. and the Stone-lung combination clicked to edge the Redmen in the last match, 3-2. With a little more consist- ency the tennis team might Well go on to become a real threat in the confer- Bob Anderson ence- Mr. Sudduth, Will Peters. Al Martin, Sandy Cutler, Tom Thorning, Tom lung, Iohn Hafey. GOLF The golf team of 1963 anxiously awaited the start of the new season. Under the coaching of Mr. Sudduth, the squad looked forward to five matches and one major tournament. The St. Iohn's tournament was the highlight of the season, along with two matches each with Milwaukee Lutheran and Wisconsin Lutheran, and a trip to Wayland providing the rest of the oppositon. Veterans Tom Iung, Tom Thorning and Sandy Cutler, returned to lead the squad which was bolstered by several other new members. CALENDAR Sept. 4-8: Football camp: Bob Meyer acquires his "Moondog" name, along with an unusual walk: the football dummies almost go to sea: boys pound cabin walls. Sept. 10: School begins: girls drool over Ole. Sept. 15: Football game at Wheaton: Peter re- ceives the first of a long line of injuries. Sept. 21: First Quickie Spot Boomer. Sept. 26: The "Ice Breaker" girls gorge them- selves on peanuts: seniors sing best song, nat- urally. Sept. 28: Al makes first of many Sprints for psalm book. Oct. 4: Blue-White induction ceremony. Oct. 5: Black Friday: girls Wear black, of course: Lizbuff aces out American girls at their own game and catches the "Flying Norseman". Oct. 19: First grade period ends: many people leave honor study halls: senior girls reign su- preme in senior room. Oct. 20: Homecoming "Bermuda Ball": Mr. Brown drums up a storm: Mimi and Moon were "creased, cramped, and crushed." Oct. 27: Hockey game with Downer: boys finally turned out. Nov. 3: Our "neighbors to the north" triumph in football game. Nov. 10: Senior grunt under strain of A.C.T.'s. Nov. 14: Liz tears a hole in her mesh stockings. Nov. 15, 16, 17: Follies: audience gets lost in the clouds: Hob does a magnificent solo. Nov. 21: Thanksgiving program: a mad flurry for last-minute groceries. f 1 OF EVENTS Nov. 26: School re-opens: students complain of turkey sandwiches. Nov. 30: Bridge Tea: entire west end of building enveloped in a blue cloud. Dec. 1: College boards: last chance for seniors. Dec. 6: Ad campaign begins: Mr. Bintelmann issues season passes. t Dec. 12: Girls' Club caroling party: Miss Lump- kin shows up in a 'Coon coat. Dec. 19: Christmas pageant: lack Olson "sets his watch by the great clock of humanity." Ian 2: School re-opens after Xmas vacation: Locke returns from Aspen: four senior girls return from Indianhead with exciting news. Ian. 19: We grind our "neighbors to the north" into the dust after two overtimes. Ian. 21: First semester exams: many worried faces. Ian. 25: Exams over: still worried faces, but ex- hausted brains. Feb. 4: Mother-Daughter Tea: girls gorge on dainty pastries. Feb. 6: Father-Daughter Square Dance: every- one was prompt but the caller. Feb. 7: Project Mercury: missiles in Schneider Auditorium. Feb. 10. The "Great Kotre Horsepower Experi- ment" tails dismally. Feb. 17: A.F.S. Concert. Feb. 28: Tom and Rick do snowdance in Miss Lumpkin's class. Mar. 1: We picked off the Country Day-sies. .ng Q' Mar. 2: Hopeful eighth graders take scholar- ship tests. Mar. 8, 9: Midwest Prep Conference Basketball Tournament. Mar. 17: A.F.S. movie: junior chorus offered balcony serenade. Mar. 20: Faculty-Student basketball game: Mr. Verbrugge saved from changing grades. Mar. 21: Busy day: Mr. P's birthday: F ather-Son Athletic Banquet: Rob's jokes fall short: "Egad, What A Cad" gets rave notices. Mar. 22: Spring vacation: school empties in two minutes. April 8: School re-opens: many tans appear- some real, some fake: only forty-eight school days left: after fourteen years the senior room takes on a new look. April ll: Opening Braves game-many spec- tators. April 12: Good Friday: everybody goes to church: seniors given a long week-end. April 26: Open House: for a change, dissections April 27: Music Festival: choir goes to North Shore Country Day. May 3: Music Festival: choir spouts German. May ll: Prom: all visit the Far East: the vol- cano erupts. May 17: Style Show: mothers are proud. May 18: College boards: seniors relieved that they have no part. May 31: Alumni Induction: to the seniors, graduation seems real. June 1: Ir.-Sr. Luncheon: juniors set successful precedent for sophomores with witty poems and song, seniors tearfully grateful. Iune S-ll: Final exams: the home stretch. Iune 13: Mother-Daughter Banquet: next year's officers announced: Connie and lane sweep the awards for sports. Iune 14: MUS commencement: underclassmen move up one notch: seniors of mixed emotions: all agree that the year has gone fast. are displayed: "Egad, What A Cad" gives repeat performance. 'f at M: gf U MHRS VEHICLE .1 - 1 . - 'A . gm! x H ' x I . I 5 gr 'ix W W5 ig Wi gi E .0 0 W , The Music Mun Wilted Wallilowers HOMECOMING Our Foreign Friends I Whut's the cape? 11:00 A.M.-All the floats having been lugged from their various shelters lHarding's, Iones's, Neymeyers', and Van Heusen'sD were assembled in front of school for the glorious '62 Homecoming Parade. There was only one problem, the rain. However, both the floats and the victorious frosh-soph team survived the mud.-2:00 P.M.-The time for the big 'wet' game, with Lancer hats and soggy confetti, was at hand. The long battle resulted in the Lancers crushing the Foresters.-13.0-8:00 P.M.-Dee Robb and the Star- liners commenced the Bermuda Ball.-9:30 P.M.- The students begged a speech from Mr. Kerr, Mr. Tupta, and Mr. Boese, and also heard a surprising drum solo from Mr. Brown. - 11:00 P.M. - Good Night Freshman was sung and at-12:00 P.M.-the gym was cleared and the exciting Homecoming Day was over. ,LM nu an . The Bulldozer Pierre the float builder 93 THE F OLLIES The MUS Follies of 1962 was presented on November 15, 16, and 17. Students, faculty members, and alumni worked hand in hand for three Weeks prior to opening night. Under the direction of William Letters of New York, the show began to take shape as the rehearsals passed by. When opening night finally arrived, a capacity house viewed a polished performance which in- cluded comic, musical, and dance numbers. The following two evenings were equally successful as the auditorium was completely filled on both occasions. The Follies can be regarded as a wonder- ful success, not only because of attendance. but also because of a substantial increase in the Milwaukee University School Scholar- ship Fund. The Fund was the prime reason for the presentation of the Follies, as the proceeds are used to provide scholarships for future MUS students. Aside from the money raised for the fund, the enjoyment and good times which were shared by every- one were well worth the effort. x. VX K3 'QW X P 1 . . X: 'fr , 45 . g ., nm A ja-at I. Aw: -if , - . ,L --: ,,, 5 . f , -' . 'Lx Un 1 ' ' .I . wt Y -, , .a 'Q , 4:7 Y- , N 'X , w , A' ., 124. P F. U Y ' , 1 . 1 2 4- -' A A - 1 -. - ' ,' 1- 4 '. J 4 ,4 ,Q J' ! -an ,N ." . ' Q. M . 1 'H ,V If I .- ' , I. . , , X ,J I I 'N I 4' N- , . K q N X5 ,., 1 'tif f 2 , 'J , H- Q ' '1' 2 4 gg S , 52 J-V -Y ,.f' 'xl Q- H., Y 4 Vs. I 4 3 P ' L- - 1 'L Q an N I rf . ? N , V Qi . x r 4 i 'fi' f M 3 fix 'I-.lil .-, ...... .. L92-.. -- M ff + . A,:' I .----4'-4 I +1 A ' 7 ' ,N f f"ili " +-.i.4.1 THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS THANKSGIVING PROGRAM -With the autumnal harvest scene in the background, Mr. Brown leads a group of the lower school in some of the traditional songs of Thanks- giving as a part of the an- nual program. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM - lust prior to the Christmas vacation, the annual Yuletide program is staged by the students through word and song. The choristers to the right open the pro- gram with festive singing, and the colorful mural in the background aptly sets the mood of Christmastide. The picture to the left shows the nativity scene which brings to a close a memorable event in the school year! IUNIOR PROM May 11 finally arrived after much preparation by the juniors and much anticipation by the whole lschool. The '83 prom was a beautiful "Shangri-La", complete with hand-made Iapanese screens, bright lanterns strung across the gym, a fierce volcano and the tradi- tional fK1eenexJ flowered trees. Music was provided by Tommy Sheridan, whose group played jazz on an elevat- ed bandstand with an authentic moat bubbling dry ice. Our Mr. Brown more than matched his homecoming performance with sev- eral minutes of drumming and a per- sonal arrangement of "A Foggy Day in London ToWn". There was no set mode of dress this year. Girls wore everything from floor length formals to evening suits. Tuxes of every color, madras and plaid were worn by the boys. The effect of the Iapanese setting and handsome cou- ples were excellent: the '63 prom will be remembered as a fantastic evening. S- -UA iv Q ,. '54 g. Q 'Vi 51. V 4 x ' 'ze 1 v- f. 9' :N ' - -w ' : 1 A . 745 'P F ,, mit' -Q 'Q " Q- . . wa' ' ,YQ i 4 QE!- v R . .fha PV' 'a' nj ,vga W . '54 -1" , if 4 f f j M A ru ff?" 1 W ,. 1, ' -V' ,ggi-.Q--1 f f' 1 ., SY wr JWIWM' +7 Q - L 4' K' ft K 'v2w'Jg" M WJ il! . ,UM 1' ': ' .l L...- ,....,-.asllllf DRAMA The Drama Dept., under the direc- tion of Miss Lumpkin, staged the melo- drama, Egad What A Cad, during a school assembly and for Open House in April. The students cheered for the manly lack Olson, when he rescued the sweet Iudy Iones from villainous Rick Foss. A policewomen, Pattie Mower, and her gun saved the day. 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SPORTING GOODS 0 HOBBIES 320 E. saver spring Wo 2-0911 1878 1961 3601 N. Oakland Ave. ' Furniture Al Menlo Blvd- WM. H. Fuss Fred W. Fass Curt A. Claus, Jr. A North 2nd at North Plankinlon Avenue A FRIEND COVERS FOR THE 1963 ACADEMY by THE NURTH AMERICAN PRESS 728 North 7th Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin CANDEE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 24416 North Farwell Avenue Milwaukee 11, Wisconsin Blloadway 3-6446 Xxkx Q -f X ff! tl gi! f I 'fa ff K 'Q it-Rx ll li QI, "f XQXN .. jf ,1- ty K X 1? f K gk , J. A 'J , ' f . f T A for sweeter honey in the hive Saving is a bee's life business. He tucks it away with a single-minded purpose we'd all like to copy. Here, we've made it as easy as can be for you to be a bee. You can bring it in or mail it in. Or use our easy-does-it Automatic Savings Plan. What's more, we'l1 sweeten your savings regularly, with a honey of an interest rate. Like Dad used to say, saving at the First Wisconsin is the bee's knees! MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION .i"1f'0:- 7 in 9, fr- 63' Wifi Qi gg? Z sfimgggag at 4,4 ew X V 32.- sits Distribution Specialists 9 Y R fs' ,K ss. Sewfin Mid-America t 8 aww '- Q . We ,, e--5:g? N-W ' , yy . .' :Y - 4' ' I"5'M'f1iP"Ei5I-4 ',. ' A j 'V s"f2?S is -E 43? 55335: si gin a Ng, -s:::" me If ' . 2 1. 'RNS-+65 - ..-.-ies' Er? 4 - 4. - as: - :...:1. .. f 'f C Ag . . S. - ' aw. . -N5 sl 've'- J . . 5 ' U - P 85V ATLAS USTRIAL CE TER ' WAREHOUSING 0 DISTRIBUTION 9 MARINE TERMINALS 9 STEVEDORING ' IBM DATA PROCESSING o INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT P SL V owns and maintains nearly two million square feet of space occupied by manufacturers, distributors, branch representatives, and service organizations and includes complete warehousing and distribution service at inland as well as water- front locations. The entire complex of storage-terminal space is served by miles of railroad trackage, deep-water docks, and motor freight docks. P 8: V-Atlas Maritime Corporation provides experienced, skilled, dependable labor working with modern materials handling equipment for rapid dispatch and careful handling of import and export cargoes. General 647 West Virginia Street Onfices Milwaukee 'l, Wisconsin BRoc1dwc1y I-7282 BRENNAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE 759 N. Milwaukee Street Milwaukee 2, Wisconsin Phone BRoadway 1-7517 J J W. BRENNAN WELCUME CLASS UF 1963 MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSUCIATION PHILIP J. WEISS, INC. FUNERAL SERVICE 1901 North Farwell at East Kane Plac BR adway 6-5122 FROM A FRIEND IME I MCQR Q W? Q05 INVESTMENT SECURITIES DOWNTOWN: 225 EAST MASON STREET ' Baoadway 6-8040 MAYFAIR NORTH SHORE 1 CENTRAL MALL 409 E. SILVER SPRING DR. SPring 1-2010 WOodruff 2-3830 MEMBERS: NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE ' OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES OFFICES AND REPRESENTATIVES THROUGHOUT WISCONSIN Kew sununamu sr-for or INC. Women's and Misses Wearing Apparel and Accessories 211 E. Silver Spring Drive Whitefish Bay Wo 4-2460 MAC MCCLONE SERVICE THIET JEWELERS and E, Silver Spring Dr, Lake Drive and Silver Spring Whitefish Bay' Wis' EDgewood 2-5364 WOodruff 2-7764 RICE-POWELL, INC. REALTORS 115 W. Silver Spring Drive WO 4-4700 Call. . . YELLOW CAB CDMPANY BR 1-1800 EDWARD A. PURTELL COMPANY REAL ESTATE sPon'rlNe Gooos urghardf II7 E.wELLS ST. ATHLETIC supvuas RIEGELMAN'S DOWNER PHARMACY 3116 N. Downer Ave. We Deliver WO. 4-0600 EAST-SIDE CHEVROLET COMPANY 2239 N. PROSPECT AVENUE BR 6-8877 Measuring The Water Of The World For Over 50 Years BADGER METER MFG. CO. 4545 W. Brown Deer Road Milwaukee 23, Wisconsin FOX FLOWERS 103 E. Silver Spring Dr. Milwaukee 17 Wo. 2-4434 Compliments Zien Plumbing 8K Heating Co of a 4450 No. Oakland Ave. Wo. 4-4110 FRIEND Comfzliments of MRS. OLSON and the CAFETERIA STAFF For All Your School Needs BOOKS 0 OUTLINES 0 SUPPLIES GREEN'S CAMPUS BOOK STORE 3132 N. Downer Avenue WO 2-7880 Stracl1ota's Milshore Bowl 24- Lanes HENRY'R GRUEBER 251 E. Capitol Dr. ED. 2-9761 Free Bowling Instructions by Ray Schane COMPANY GOTTSCHALK . ROBERTSON I cl l pn ustrfa and RYAN ropertzes Insurance Bankers Bldg. BR 6-9121 669 East Mason gtree, Milwaukee 2, Wisconsi BR. 1-3575 SAG E INE' , ii' I ffgwf mix JA uv E PM b'.t': Al w my VV'-:-- A MQ 5 GD PM 'PA' A . A S7 .,,, . llv , , N 6 U ALBERT TRUSTEL 8: SONS CO. - X l f A if '11 H' I. VA ,gi f ' i A E -0 ' ' - is K- . 'I 1131.3 ' ,,- '-2.:,:, 'V Maj' Y -' 'fn' ?fffefi'?" f ' ,, , ,, 5. 1512 EQ " QA' q I I 9, xg - 4 'H' M , Q. IF YOU CAN SMILE UE A35 ,ro 69,9 WHEN THE WHOLE womb we. mans ouasenves SEEMS BLUSN , E . I I I Z X A , YOU CAN BE A HITE! You're invited to talk over your education plans with an MSOE counselor. At your earliest convenience, visit MSOE for a guided tour of the technical laboratories and other facilities, and advice about career preparation. THE MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 1025 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee 1 , Wisconsin Hours: Weekdays-9 AM to 4- PMg Saturdays-9 AM to Noon Guidance counseling also available from 7 PM to 8 PM weekday evenings. BUILDERS HARDWARE Compliments 724 E. Mason St. of a BR. 6-5642 FRIEND " MM -- 33 ,Vg :NY .ii W A- '-1 ' .9 E E ! 5 V k ll' . I " " " A9 . 'E !..f.L.a.-fx "A ' ifx . . . - F A 355.3 gb ME J Gln as IATHDHATL I -6 Y fm-.egg-.J 1e27 E. NORTH AVENUE - MILWAUKEE -wrsconsm CO S O PFISTER SL VOGEL TANNING C0., INC L Downtown: 731 N. Water Street, BRoadway 6-0525 Capitol Court: 5500 W. Capitol Drive, UPtown 1-9270 Waukesha: 217 Wisconsin Avenue, Llherty 2-5346 YARN MART DOMESTIC 81 IMPORTED YARNS Free Instructions With Purchase mi. 7' Zfi1T"sff-w:f'gj,f?Ej': 'ffrzvf-1-Q ' - 1' Q : Sriram -- H Q- - -f-ff: ,ef"'1f6ff:3fQ,i ,X 15111 3,5-,, , QEQ,-f .Q ..,-4, ,I . , , ,s:,,,,, Af., : 'if s'3.s..:.s.,I4..25a1-FLy.f X.-" -3 f" : r' , .1'Q.,1m,11faJ2 ' 35: ? 5 F- 'Q-l W-.w..l..: ..,, . v..-, .... fi. ,.'.,:wWL6 Congratulations to the Class of ,63 WHITEFISH BAY 219 E. Silver Spring W clung Shops Compliments of a FRIEND - - "Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves Will not be realized. Make big plans. Aim high in hope and Work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after We are gone will be a living thing asserting itself With ever growing insistency - remember that our sons and daughters are going to do things that would stagger us." Daniel Burnham COMPLIMENTS OF THE UIHLEIN FAMILY -l -l TO THE CLASS OF 1963 Congratulations upon the achievement of an important milestone in your education. And best wishes for continued success in in the college years ahead. UNIVERSAL FOODS CORPORATION Milwaukee, Wisconsin OTTO'S DELICATESSEN and BAKERY 34174: N. Oakland Ave. EDgewood 2-5972 FITZGERALD, CLAYTON NOYES 81 KASTEN, INC INSURANCE HOMESTYLE BREADS WHEAT, WHOLE WHEAT, AND HEARTH BAKED RYE 761 N. Broadway Try Our Home Style Cookies Milwaukee 2, WiSC0HSi aml Pies DOWNER BARBER SHOP "We Shrink Your Head To Size" 2644- N. Downer Wo. 2-1018 Congratulations to The Class of ,63 FALK . . A good name in industry Produces for lndustry: Speed Reducers Motoreducers Commercial Gears Marine Drives Flexible Couplings Steel Castings Weldments with a reputation for leadership in the field, quality products and opportunity for the individual- in the friendly atmosphere of 'fine people. THE FA L K CORPORATION MILWAUKEE 'l, WISCONSIN Robert M. Haxton REAL ESTATE Complete Automotive Service HETZEL'S TEXACO and Associates, Inc. STATION 209 Silver Spring MORTGAGE LOANS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT THOMPSON'S 759 N. Milwaukee St. BR 6,0444 The Friendly Farmacy TRANSFER DRUGS 101 West Mitchell Street DISCOUNT PRICES on prescriptions and drugs Phone : EV 3-8080 f Ellyn Bvrmuha Sparta Shnps, Zlnr. . . . SEE OUR INSPIRING SELECTIONS OF IMPORTED SPORTSWEAR FASHIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL NINE 205 E. SILVER SPRING DR. ED 2-0126 WHITEFISH BAY PHARMACY 5629 N. Lake Drive FOX POINT APOTHECARY N. Santa Monica Blvd. ADAM'S RIB BOUTIQUE 401 E. Silver Spring WO 4-5080 TOWN AND COUNTRY WEAR, INC. 6924 N. Santa Monica FL 2-9670 CURLING BEATS FUN Compliments of R0 TAD ALUMINUM U0liP0lIA'l'l0 PERMANENT MOLD CAST ALUMINUM GRAFTON, WISCONSIN INLAND PRESS HOFFMANN'S PHARMACY INC. 2132 E. Locust St. ED 2-1800 O uln, Business For Your Health szo NORTH MILWAUKEE ST. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN SKI BUTTERMILK MT. ASPEN, COLORADO C l WEINBRENNER DIVISIGN of Textron Inc. Milwaukee Shoe Manufacturers A revolution is taking place which will leave the people dependent on the gov- ernment .... Finding markets will develop into fixing prices and finding employment will develop into fixing wages. The next step will be to furnish markets and employment, or in de- fault, pay a bounty and dole. Those who look with apprehension on these tendencies do not lack humanity, but are influenced by the belief that the result of such measures will be to deprive the people of character and liberty. , , Calvin Coolidge President gf the United States, 1923-29 w. H. co. b J .J, V J -'S' .mr 05:74 f':.,-:r"- ,. as A good place to work, where individual responsibility is encouraged, and individual accomplishment is rewarded. 727 WEST GLENDALE AVENUE ' MILWAUKEE 9, WISCONSIN Manufacturers of Quality Pressure-Sensitive Industrial Tape Products, Self-Bonding Nameplates, Automatic Machines for Dispensing Labels, Nameplates, Masks and Tape ' Est. 1914 SALES OFFICES: ATLANTA - BOSTON - CHICAGO - CINCINNATI - CLEVELAND - DALLAS - DETROIT HARTFORD - LOS ANGELES - MEMPHIS - MILWAUKEE - MINNEAPOLIS - NEWARK - NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA - PITTSBURGH - ST. LOUIS - SAN FRANCISCO - SYRACUSE - TAMPA - WASHINGTON, D.C. l-l EMPLOYMENT oPPonruNmEs -- W. H. BRADY CO. offers employment opportu- iness, chemistry, economics, engineering tchem- nities to competent young men and women with ical, electrical, electronic, industrial, and me- a strong basic liberal arts education and with chanicall, graphic arts, manufacturing, mathe- specific training in accounting, advertising, bus- matics, personnel, purchasing and sales. GREAT LAKES INSURANCE CORPORATION OF WISCONSIN 2715 West Wisconsin Avenue MILWAUKEE 8, WISCONSIN DI. 4-4020 Specialize in Sub-standard Risk, Auto Liability Insurance "Say it with Flowersv JASCULCA'S Shorewood Floral Shoppe E. Capitol at N. Prospect Phone ED 2-7060 CARDS SHOREWOOD SERVICE Complete lubrication and oil change ED 2-9935 3500 N. Oakland Ave. SHOREWOOD BARBER SHOP 1928 E. Capitol Dr. 3 barbers 8 - 5:30 Mon. - Fri. ' 8 - 12 noon Sal. Sozgel Beanie Company SORGEI. ELECTRIC Milwaukee, Wisconsin ik' Manufacturers of . . . Transformers Unit Suhstations., and D.C. Reactors M-U-S Best wishes to the graduating class of 1963 GIRLS We cordially invite you to come in and see our very complete selection of Silver Flatware patterns from all the leading Silversmiths. lf you have not as yet clecifled on a pattern, we know you will want to choose one in the near future. LOUIS ESSER COMPANY P. F. LEWIS INSURANCE 611 N. Broadway BR 1-8400 MEMBERS OF AMERICA'S ONLY COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK OF EXCLUSIVE AUTO MUFFLER SHOPS Specializing in Q 0 Complete Exhaust System Service QE ' Shock Absorbers 0 Safety Belts for AMERICAN, SPORTS, AND FOREIGN CARS SHOPS 6826 W. Capitol Drive HOpkins 3-9400 5434 N. Port Washington Road WOodruff 2-5871 3 BEST WISHES . . BASIC PRDDUCTS CORPORATION Food- Chemicals Metzllll11'gy Electrical -Electronics International Research and Development BALFANZ FLORISTS INC. 2935 N. OAKLAND AVENUE WO4-2060-61 Rock and Roll Dancing WEILER'S LOG CABIN BALLROOM Located on Highway 141 4- miles north of Port Washington JOHN DE WERD'S MARKET PRIME AND CHOICE MEATS RETAIL AND WHOLESALE GROCERIES WE DELIVER SENTRY FOODS Port Bender Shopping Center 925 E. Ogden Ave. Milwaukee 2, Wis. GOOII LUCIC in your Phones BR. 1-7457 - BR. 1-6282 Future Years MARJ C001-,EYQS Jeanette Schaffer BEAUTY SALON B O 0 K S 5330 N, Pon Wu5l1ing'0n Rd, 2521 E. Belleview Pl. Milwaukee 11, Wis WO0dYllH 4--9181 WO 4-0670 BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS THE THORNING AGENCY Complete Insurance Service 759 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee 2, Wis1'0sil1 BAY TRAVEL MART 330 E. Silver Spring ED 7 1813 Discounts for small group t :vel No Service Charge Room 605 BR 6-0444--5 Special LAUNDRY, DRY CLEANING, AND I SHOE REPAIR I Service For Students and Faculty ADELMAN 209 E. Capitol Drive EDgewoocl 2-6000 Compliments of BUTTERFIELD'S Employment Service fLicensedJ West Wisconainl al 17th WE. 3-9000 We'II Proudly Be W6 Banker AMERICAN STATE BANK 740 N. Planklnton Ave MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BEST WISHES From A FRIEND 1 IT WAS AN HONOR . . and Privilege to Provide The Academy With the Finest Photography? available in Greater Milwaukee ...the STUDIOS... PHILLIP H. GUTENKUNST, Pres. . . . Four Locations . . . WOodmE 4-0700 ' And it will be an honor and privilege to create PLATZ Studios photographs for all Milwaukee University School students as they go through life. H TH-KORTMEYER C KEE f Irv, -I L-aw-':f'111 , .ng-ng Q- g.vg-n- 5.-1-1. 'vi--'lv ,- ,,.-mfg -1 gg .--,fr-1:-2'1 gwyjf-iw'-t"vi': '21 U ,113-.ffsg mr, 1 :,,.-' Q- gq1-.1zff5g4w."1.- ff. ,M A. . ,yr 31- ,Q .mf efu fl .mi-Q x 1 Y. 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