When you think of the name Bill Burke, our beloved headmaster most likely comes to mind. It turns out that decades before, in the Class of 1968, there was another Bill Burke.

Bill, a six year survivor, showed himself to be a fun-loving gentleman with a keen sense of humor. His most noted talent was his skill as a cartoonist. Issues of The Walrus and the Arrow yearbook were filled with his sketches, oftentimes depicting his fellow classmates and faculty in a humorous light. Bill’s cartoons were one of the most popular features of these publications at the time.

Take a look at a few of the many cartoons created by the “other” Bill Burke:


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