Euclid Shore High School - Shore Log Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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'-A-"-....,. I -41. nII:f' U4 fe E,-I u . . , 'fx X'-Jggxr 7 f ? fm 'e N, N The Port Hole 'J - shore High School Eucl d Oh E 7 - , X. 1 7 , 7 ' , f X 5 X : X M V t in , l ,-'. QAIIZQLF . :M digg! fffgf" 'Fk5m5'hmLu. W if , 1 2 2 4 ffg-H " - .--A XX g ' I ' -b, , A if , f:. + .. f pf H i ' 'x ,w-1q5, EE i ' f if Y ' ' A M , f- ' 5 ' XM-A f f i '+E2. -',. .wff E 5 -Q.,. I 57 ..'- 1, V. F H -I Q:,', . 5,3555 .IAQ 5 5 'f'nQi6iEiqw,- 'f-A "-4 '-4- IE 54 ' - ...- 'HE 5 1? of ' ' , i , io ' 1,2 i l A K s X li-'Q . 1 5 I, , WW H """"!"'N" 'Foreword hen all of Hou have wandered to four corners of the land, And all of gon have done Sour share whether small or grand, when all of Hou have tasted of the cup of happiness, And all of Hou have tried to reach ideals of success, If, then, one dag just some of Sou will leaf this book and dream Of scenes and persons pictured here in manner of Indian theme, Chat dag shall be the staffs reward for making out of this A "3-lappg-'Hunting Ground" where dwell Chese memories of bliss. I-21 DEDICATIGN We, the Class of '27, dedicate this book to our clear friend and adviser, LEONA FRANCES MITCHELL as a token of our appreciation for all that she has done for us. l3l WILBERT A. FRANKS Superintendent of Euclid Schools l4l DANIEL E. METTS Principal of Shore High School I51 QTE E155 fir: t-'w.L.,fr. " "Wy, - g'- V I1'T"f I 'ff' . .Y I . I 1'..' 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CASE, FORD L . , ,,,,,,,,v,..A ,......, ..,,... ,...A. ..A..............,......,.A..... ., . M anual Training VVoDster Collegeg Ohiu University: Ohin State Uiiivcrsity. CRAIVIPTON, MARY R .ttttt ,,t, ,,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,tt, .tttt,,t,,t, , , , ....,, S ecretary to Principal University of Michigan, A.B. CRONE, MABEL E .tttt,,,,A.tt,t,t . ,,,... Mathematics Oberlin College, B.A. DARsT, LOUISE EEE,.EEvEE.,..A...,,.EAt..,...,..,........,.t.EA. ...AA C ommercial Subjects Lllflllli Universityg Oberlin College. IRA. DOUTT, GENAVIEVE t,,,....................,.................,t............,........,.t .....ttt.... L atin and French Beaver College, ILO.: Southern College, ALB.: Culunilaia L'IIivcI'si FAETKENHEUER, MAIIDE ..,,.. ..,,. xVCSl'Cl'!1 Reserve, A.B. ty. ..... Music HARTER, DALE F. ,tt,....,s,,,,,,,tt,.,.,,, ....i E nglish XN7litClll,lL'l'j.f University. A.B. HAZARD, MARY .tt,..,,.....,,,,,. ..... t..., P h ysical Culture Oberlin Cullege, A.B. KING, ERWIN .II.,ttttttttt..I,.........,...... .,ttt., ...... O r chestra Donas lllusical Institute at Xxvtl1'l'C!l, O. MITCHELL, LEONA ....ttLL............... L. IILLL. History and Economics Ohio State University, B.S. OYBRIEN, CECIL LL,,e,...................,.....,...,,,..,,., ...... O rchestra Dunas Musical Institute at XVarren. O. ROSENBERGER, HETTY E .,,...,,,..,,...,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,IL,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D omestic Science Hvestern iliL'5L'l'VL' College for XYIIIIIL-Il, ILS., University nf ClllCZlQLUl Llillllllllllfl University. SPANGLER, HARRY W ...,,......,,,.,.,, ,,,I, ,,,,, S c ience Heidelberg Univvsrsity, B.A. SWARTZ, CLARE E .,.,......., ..........,,....,..,...,...,.,...,,.,.. ..,.. E rz glislz Wvellesley Cullege, ILA., University ni Cliieagfi. THOMAS, ARTHUR ,,..,......,...........,.. ...,....c.,,.,,,.,,. ..... P h ysical Culture Ohio University, A B. WHITESIDE, STANLEY L., L,c,...,,,,,, ,,,, S ciencc Ohio State University, BA. VAN DEUSEN, HOWARD ...,.,...,.,.,. ,..., C ouch l7l A ,ig-ff-,",',c?,2.gf.ggf,.,.:.?g 2 ii E "i'5.15:"'5:i.Ei5g 13, Shore High School in Fact lt is situated on Bliss Road near the Lake Shore Boulevard, from which it takes its name. - The original building was started in 1911 and was opened for classes in 1913. Four additions have been made in the years 1918, 1920, 1923, and 1926 respectively. Mr. Metts, principal, came to Shore nine years ago. At that time there were 22 students. Today there are 204 students. Shore has 100 alumni. There are 14 alumni attending college now. In 1923 Shore was granted a charter as a first class high school. Shore has two other charters: a. The National Honor Society Charter granted in 1924. Eight students have been distinguished with membership into this society: Aitken, Irene, '25 Aitken, Russell, '27 Brigleb, Carl, '25 Anderson, Kenneth, '27 Kinney, Laura, '26 Kovacic, Emily, '27 Mann, Lillian, '26 Schubert, Betty, '27 b. The National Athletic Scholarship Charter granted in 1927. Members elected in 1927 are: Fryan, Eugene, '27 Kurrle, Elmer, '28 Borgsteadt, Warren, '28 Watkins, Frederic, '28 The first basketball team was organized in 1920. Shore tied in 1925 with john Marshall in basketball for championship of the Greater Cleveland Con- ference. The first football team was organized in 1922. The first baseball team was organized in 1926. The Annual was christened Port-Hole in 1926. The Port-Hole, entered in the Central Inter-scholastic Press Association Con- test held under auspices of the University of Wisconsin, was rated in second class. Shore's Music Appreciation Team won fourth prize in the Music Memory Contest held at Masonic Auditorium in 1927. Shore was the only public school to win a prize. The team was directed by Miss Maude Faetkenheuer. 8 The Shore of Lake Erie My face toward sea, my back to cliff, I gaze With vision unimpeded, free, and wide, Along the shore. Then am I occupied With lore and legend of far-off Indian days. Did once an Indian boy delight to raise The sand in playful scoops, or thrust aside His moccasins, or creep unseen inside The tent to steal the cake of Indian maize? Came here an Indian youth in summer haze To dream of shores remote and yet untried? Did Indian brave to laughing maid confide His wonder at the sun-god's curious ways? Shrill voices break my dream of far-off yearsg So Indian of legend swiftly disappears. ' -C. E. S 'A-SRX 7 2:63, ,Q f 1 17' my 4 On our shore of Lake Erie two centuries ago there may have been an Indian encamp- ment. The native chiefs of such a village were men of recognized wisdom and experi- ence ' Today on the same shore is a school campus The elders among the students speak and recount the wonders of their busy days Seniors 1 . , 1 1 5 S C Y ' 'Q 1 Fla' L' A I I' , ' 14 xml X 4, K --,XX In Y ,lifflllf f sg, 2 4 ' T . ',eQ ' i wi-oi" f' :Tiff I I ai ' R X l - f, in 2' ,gk ! ikigl' 'info iii Ma' E E I Q . 32 61. f,,' X .YVFQ E! L i E xv 3' T, r V f l . 5-Ziff: I 1 fi-2 ose, . s ..- T :fi T if E xx '...' 5 .lg-115: J ' -b,A ' 1- I E 1 "estrc Q if-1'-. -. . , I 5 ' .... - nf ' 1 - .-.-..gm.-, ,,.' .YAX l - 5-'JZ .- g.. E 5 ' ' 2 'I jf E I i 3 ' 5 ' f 5 ' ll H I 1 5 l 1 i lj i ' 5 ' ' : ...1iv'-1" """"lll' !5f"" 'WW' "u"""fI1l:1'f W Senior Class Utlrlhleeirs BETTY SCHUBERT RQBERT JENNINGS Asifhlifhgvoqgf Qgfgdgrgigtggm so small and Popularity is but a synonym for reputation. Because he :meant that men should place Vice-President of Class 45 Student Council the greater value on it. 35 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Basketball Class President 3. 4g student Council 15 2, 3, 42 CHDYHH1 44 Senior Play 3: Glee Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 45 Leader 45 Operetta 35 Club 2- 31 43 Opefeffa 43 Delllhlc Sflfletll' Annual Staff 2, 3, 45 Editor 45 Rooters Club 25 Kamera Klub 25 Shoronian Society5 National Honor Society 4. MARGARET KLAUMINZER With smiles she masks Life's serious tasks. Class Secretary 45 Glee Club 2, 3. 45 Cheer Leader 35 Cheer Leading Club 45 Annual Staff 3, 45 Photograph Editor 45 MARGARET CLARK In her heart the dew of youthg On her lips the smile of truth. Class Treasurer 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Annual Staff 25 Kamera Klub 25 Glee Club Basketball Manager 45 Picture Pals 45 l, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 45 Music Appreciation Shore Breezes Stal? 45 From Glenville Team5 Shoronian Societyg Senior Play 4. High. 10 I f li'.2.L.'.ff.fL.i'ii 1 if 3 'af ., 5 i ::i:.'E. ':, I GRACE BROOKS Silence is golden. From Glenville High School. Distinguished Roll 3. Salutatorian. RUSSELL AITKEN His solid sense-by inches you must tell. Art Editor of Annual 3, 43 Cartoon- ist of Shore Breezes 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council l, 2, 43 Distinguished Roll 1, 2, 33 Stage Scenery Painter 1, 2, 33 Kamera Klub 23 Picture Pals 43 Shoronian Society3 National Honor Society 43 Senior Play 43 Valedictorian. PHYLLIS BROWN Sweet, neat, and most petite, A girl that everyone likes to meet. From Norwich Academy. Glee Club 3, 43 Librarian 43 Lead- ing part in Operetta 43 Stat? of Shore Breezes 43 Senior Play 4. KENNETH ANDERSON The man of independent mind ls king of men for ai that. Business Manager of Shore Breezes 2, 3, 43 Business Manager of Annual 3, 43 Athletic Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheer Leader 1, 2, 43 Rooters' Club 23 Picture Pals 43 Senior Play 33 Delphic Societyg National Honor Society 43 Senior Play 4. L-TQ ' M, Y , - P :I i"'.:T::r r:F'L' Lian: TOLQ un!! : ,false . isdn' , l il: -N 1 '-In 'u V ,1 . 1 ng , - as if if Q fi fi?--l iii-UK :L AQ-ip ii-L fa -E F237- R, ff If C x X i N l N it ,41- T N x W7 S. ,,,,--l1 ,,.,..- 5, l l l i N25 Q xi- Www T -if lil limi, 4, i l.li'iilr,.lli V i l12l NAN COLQUHOUN Dainty and gracious and most sympatheticg Congenial in rnannerg in body athletic. Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Leaders' Club 41 Clee Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 43 Student Council 4, President 4: Music Appreciation Team 33 Del- phic Societyg Senior Play 4. ELTON ARMITAC-E On him and on his high endeavor The light of praise shall shine for- ever. From Straitsville School. Shoronian Society. Senior Play 4. PRISCILLA EASTERLING The three "Vis" of prophets are herein combined, Vim-Vigor-Vitality, in "Prissy,' you'll jind. Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Leaders' Club 4, Secretary 43 C-lee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Picture Pals 4, President 4g Delphic Societyg Senior Play 4. -WILLIAM GILL And still they gazed and still the wonder grew That Bill could forget more than he knew. Varsity Football 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Delphic Society. f Y, . if ii'.2.Z."'.FQ. nj' YT iii, 'V C""1V T1-Iiffi 'Tl F - 51 :2- I 1-NI .' -lu' H' "1 llil ' lense . su K 5 ,- ' 15 'f:' ' , '---. - '--- -A . aff f.'E"iiZ.l Eif ,Lili :!.v i:.g L . 1, MARGARET GILL With thoughts too deep to be expressed And spirit too strong to be suppressed. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Student Coun- cil 4g Varsity Basketball 3g Leaders' Club 43 Rooters' Club 2g Picture Pals 4g Shoronian Society. CARL GRIMM Thou bring'st valor, too, and wit, Two things that seldom fail to hit. Athletic Board 3, 4g Shoronian Society. ALMA HARWOOD Here's cz girl that's full of vimg Athletics keep her fit and trim. From Northern High School, Detroit. Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4g Picture Pals 4. ALBERT KURRLE A youth, light-hearted and content, I wander through the world. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Business Man- ager of Shore Breezes 43 Advertising Manager of Annual 43 Shoronian Society. i ff .3 ,ET-.-. ,,,,., ,-,,,,,, Y t , X xxx L NX f ' it rfb I XX X ti K, -. X, f 7-K S "1 UQ" l13l if XX ' ff X N41 A' 1 I f Jil' 1 Mt' BLM 'ii ' ii-,L MAN WW W S 3 lu IS wi' it . Mi 4 AW ati ' iq ., 1 ,L Ls 5 f t Z- , - , , .ff H ' J '- lA"f"E 'sg' lgllgi-: .11 'qs :J :qi ,g, , 4 f 59 ' ,,, ' J' , us ' '.. U , ,V Y , 1 I. 2 u..f :- jglflx :-g 2533... ii., ,S In ig-Q-1: fi iw!! 4 if fffft 9114 .-... --...v......- ..-..-vm. i,+ UG N. .f cf rf l,,Q'V W l i I l M ssl xigj MLM lvlllfkega ll Mzlf , l S+ lialll'li Mfqlwllt ffm l14l JEANNETTE KING A dainty young lady both Clever and shy, With a countenance pleasing to everyoncfs eye. From Glenville High School. C-lee Club 2, 3. 4g Operetta 3: Music Appreciation Team 23 Student Coun- cil 3, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Cheer Leader 43 Cheer Leading Club 4g Picture Pals 4g Delphic Societyg Senior Play 4. ROXY MONTANA He's a man, square-built and strong. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4g Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 33 Glee Club 1, 2g Shoronian Society. THELMA WAGNER She's just a little mite With eyes of blue. X From Willoughby High Semi. ' RAY NEWCOMB If he be not fellow with the best of kings, You shall find him the best king of good fellows. Glee Club l, 2, 33 Rooters' Club 25 Business Manager of Shore Breezes 43 Shoronian Societyg Senior Play 4. lip'-z+f,'?,f,4 3iQ:.gf.:gg.",g,g3", if V1 all ,g l wi" 5'fiiI.tf 51' 547:15 if 'g"Q.gg5.iig.g ,E-A :E l ff K EMILY KOVACIC fm COIIIITLOII SCHS6 is ll0f S0 COITIITIOIZ. From Villa Angela. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Or- chestra 23 Music Appreciation Team 2, 33 Rooters' Club Z3 Leaders' Club 43 Staff of Shore Breezes 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 3, 43 Delphic Society3 National Honor Society 43 Senior Play 4. BEN TEST He certainly is not an angel, but he's higher than the rest of as. Varsity Football 33 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 43 Baseball 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Shoronian Society3 Senior Play 4. ELIZABETH MOFFET Harmony with every grace Plays in the fair proportions of her face. Varsity Basketball 23 Athletic Com- mittee 4g Class President 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Shoronian Society. CALEB PICKARD He loved praise when it was brought to him ,' But was too proud to seek for it. From Glenville High School. Vice-President 33 Business Manager of Shore Breezes 3, 43 Advertising Manager of Annual 3, 43 Shoronian Societyg Baseball Manager 4. HQ 3, 3.,.f X W , l I iq Ar Q -V. C?-T2 si' I ll l X g , My' x' l f xi 5, Fl ' Qi, ,XJ 'wmiijfi Isxgby. s if tr., :STS N311 X1 r"' x Q Y ill Q F1- Qyla' Q P f .f . N R 5 I 6 l li l15l all gg S 'fqltlvlof E Wi ff E W1 lhlkkfqd in Hiff ,Omit rifle l I l 3:2 i"Zf': :Il ,givin nn! uns I in . .if , fc ,J 1.3 - gg,---.:- ,...'g-g.. - --g---.L , M 1 ,Ii gf 5:-nj ' r. I lf.-1 :- :Ji-x 273 :ig--:...i..-AQ f -, f?- 7 YYYYA - fi, I ff -M ffl Kiwi I 1 QF vigrx IQ 4 NK el GQ? yr-"" I g -xh 1 rl kim Ei i'M"i1llM7 i J if iir"ill r,jLl l16l ALDA NIORTINIER Her fingers grace the ivory keys, They dance so light along. C-lee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 23 Music Appreciation Team 23 Athletic Committee 4g Staff of Shore Breezes 3, 4g Delphic Societyg Senior Play 4. NICK PILLA With plenty of vim and strength of limb, He's a football hero ever so trim. Varsity Football 3, 43 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2g Shoronian Society. ALICE SMITH A countenance in which do meet Sweet records, promises as sweet. Class President lg Secretary-Treas- urer 2g Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3g Delphic Societyg Senior Play 4. EDWARD QUIDORT A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the best of men. From Glenville High School. A 1- , Il, 4, . L--if-7-'rf 1 l i X , ' ro 4.51 I I s :rr f .cv : '-ps: f... K: ' ' ' 1 an "u . - . . u , 'V l I 1 'll use su . I . u n u l ,u Y n n , FLORENCE STOCKALL Her ways are ways of pleasant- ness and her paths are peace. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Librarian 25 Leaders' Club 4g Delphic Society. EUGENE FRYAN His limbs were cast in manly mould For hardy sports or contest bold. Varsity Football 1, 4, Varsity Basket- ball 3, 43 Track 3, Captain 35 Base- ball 3g Class Secretary-Treasurer 3g Glee Club lg Annual Staff 3, 4g Sports Editor Shore Breezes 3, 4g Shoronian Societyg Senior Play 4g National Athletic Scholarship So- ciety. .IEANETTE FELDMAN Happy-go-lucky all through the day, jolly and, yet, she likes her own way. Shoronian Society. HUBERT WATKINS Men may think they're ruled by will But women conquer reason still. Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, Captain 3g Baseball 3g Delphic Societyg Kamera Klub 3, Glee Club 2. l ez guitar 0 hill K Y V W ,.-,.,.,., fr l mf A I fr e V lfx fl X X , lk sa v f,f.':- ,.,- t l .,,f-A ,ff-fi E l17l 'li- ,NDN l X e 4 l 3 EFF""r:- ,L lo lr 2 lllft or W llll if V Ss tlldslftli ,lQflm' . ,ull iljlqlmllglpi, ' f f frill- t , f 5-.-if i i 1-:rr r' e'g"Tf7,, f,"frP-'Tm f"fCl" , all Q - xt..-SPE.-E ::n . :nz :li neu.. :-.:':,:E E 'udp ,J 55 f' l ir: ,i.. l'3.i -:.i:g :yL,:vf3.i,TJ kg ,L .5 ' ff X- Y Ti L, X M :Es f 4"-t' 31 l l l 5 1,?4,SNi i , ,! 1 ' rx U47 Z ,f' -V' J,,.,.. pak E Wmlfiq , llvklvl WF 1 ' xg V, F Rah L H me l 'ill xx? , ,Y ' I fri, is If ,UN ,0- l l'-ARMA, .,'l Ll? dvr' -T NM, , W, E131 MIKE PARENTI Happy 1 amg from care 1'm free. Why arer1't they all contented like me? Varsity Football 4g Glee Club l, 2g Delphic Society. ZORA GARAPIC Right up-to-date but very demureg Tho quiet, quite active you'll find her, l'rn sure. 1 From Villa Angela. Varsity Basketball 4g C-lee Club 4. ANTHONY YURGLIC A druggist I amg a doctor I'll beg Ten years of studying ahead of me. Varsity Football 3, 4g Baseball 3g Glee Club' lg Vice President of Class 2g Kamera Klub 2g Delphic Society. JAMES BRAZEE 'Tis he who smiles and laughs away The thoughts of studying any day. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Shloronian Society. I -3 , 5,55 Ii..g..1:-r.f fi' 'TTTU 1. Tn' r5'I'1N' , ffl' " -6 fjgggb ::2 I I .. X: , gl 1 g":' nv "1 one : I nz o . nu 3 ' 6 fi--lla LE :, I . :it 1... ,v l, nu 1 ' Q.. l 0 ll: Q -: , , .. . 1 -f 5: , ii 9 . F- 2 Ib- 22 yi-E --.Q fzitiy- ini l-if . . ' Last Will ol: the Class oi? 11927 We, the Senior Class of 1927, being of sound mind and memory, in full possession of our faculties, and a few other things which it is safest not to mention, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, to-wit: First-All unnecessary expenses, such as class dues, shall be fully paid. Second-We nominate and appoint Calvin Coolidge to be the executor of this, our last will, and render all former wills null and void. Third-We give, devise and bequeath all the rest, residue and remainder of our possessions, real, personal, and imaginative, to our successors, to have and to hold, by them, and their heirs and assigns forever. We leave tow- 1. Mr. Spangler, for chemical analysis-All gum parked under study hall desks and lunchroom tables. 2. Miss Swartz-All unpaid bills for this magazine. 3. Kenneth Anderson and Elton Armitage leave their athletic abilities to Bud Myers and Tom Duffner. 4. Thelma Wagner bestows her place on the Distinguished Roll to Clifford Bantel. 5. Grace Brooks leaves her boisterous nature to Grace Oetgen. 6. Phyllis Brown bequeaths her beautiful voice to Sarah Manzelman. 7. Nan, Red, Priscilla, Alma, Marge Clark, and Zora, endow Eleanor Hart, Ruth Sylvester, Martha Granger, Margaret Maloney, Marguerite Teska, and Lucille Brigleb, with their basketball abilities. 8. Margaret Gill and Jeanette Feldman bestow their curly hair upon Harold Book and Elmer Kurrle. 9. Bill Gill bequeaths his perfect teeth to jack Latour. 10. Carl Grim, being Scotch, gives nothing. 11. Alda and Elizabeth leave their ardent affection for each other to Vic Zelle and Chuck Sezon. 12. Stubby, Roxy, Mike, Nick, Ben, and Gene leave their basketball ability to the girls' second team. 13. Albert Kurrle bestows his military mustache on Fritz Watkins. 14. Ray Newcomb leaves his Grecian profile to Muriel McKay. 15. Emily bequeaths her spelling ability to Willard Duff. 16. Caleb gives his town car to Mr. Case to be used in running a hand-saw in manual training. 17. Tony, the Dribbling Druggist, leaves his long shots to Warren Borgsteadt. 18. Watkins leaves at last! In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this 22nd day of May, A. D. 1927. Signed, sealed, and declared as and for their last will and testament, by the above named testators, in our presence, at their request, and in their presence, and the presence of each other. Pat McDermott "Peaches" Browning The "Pig" Woman 1 19 1 - .Y... -, -2-5 - K 7, -YW M , ,W IN 1 F ABANDON HOPE, AM: X4-E WHO w 4ENTER HEFCE! N v I 1 P - 1 I w A i Q-Z' to-7' I201 ..,-7. tr: ,E L :.I,5 Q '53 14 1 bv? I r 'W'-518 F .EM 'I VM TJ.. J' 4543 'U i s xx WWW Wf K -,J "'i !wf X luili The young braves the chzldren and the papooses these were the stzrrznb bezngs of the Irtdzan villa e on the shore of a great ake To day they are superseded by the vzgor ous students of a modern school lasses 5 E . V A K ' f ...ij ---A '- '91 uf - J S if A Zjrxt. , W n Q f 9 - li- ,,, lffiffl 4 5 X ' l'r " 'W' Tiifi rl r rrrrf 'g srer,r X Ht" W, ,.:.,i'21g5f I I s E sl ' lslrs I. 5 1 if N- I -ni' 2 I .-'A Z.. .'.: iff, E 5 3-jgiL1.Qg:f.Qgg5g--.--- 1 I 3 s ' t It 5 fl z . B 5 'll 1. 2 5 li ' I F ..1tlW""" """NIIl'Wll!"" 'f"!llI""" -- 'IIIlmu "l'Il"'v ""'lnlgglln,lh5 :Y Y-"II 'CF' if A L-Tx. R 5 WYE -7 Y, Z -- " iii" :' lt'-Q-lnflrnfq Ll.. fm" ' W' 'f l' 'fl : 2'2- : K SNL.: E- L . 1: :ug :ll :neun Eu: :rss . ie. l 5 .- A 35 PZ'2!2..':1' '.3Fl-2- 2l?'. ' llc?- I-. , L , L, J- , C LL--J-:L --. f ggi, The Juniors Preszdent .......,......... Vice President ......... S ecretary-Treasurer Student Councilors Sponsor .......... Class Colors ...,.,..... Class Motto .............,,.........,....... J U N I OFFICERS THEODA LUIKART .......GOLDlE KOVACIC .........ALICE MATHEWS HAROLD Book FORDYCE LUIKART ELIZABETH RAEBURN ust a little bit of fun will find in everyone, one of us excluded. Miss AINGWORTH BLUE AND GRAY AIM HIGH FOR SHORE HIGH f you know us, you'll agree O des like this can only be R ightfully concluded by the JUNIORS. E. R. Book, Harold Hart, Hanna Luikart, Theoda Schmidt, Clara Borgsteadt, Warren jackson, Lee Grand Maloney, Margaret Sezon, Charles Brigleb, Lucille Kieselback, Bertha Mathews, Alice Sylvester, Ruth Budnick, Edmund Kovacic, Goldie McKay, Muriel Teska, Marguerite Dissette, Kester Kurrle, Elmer Osborne, Edward Watkins, Frederic Granger, Martha Latour, Jack Raeburn, Elizabeth Wichern, Philip Hart, Eleanor Luikart, Fordyce Riddell, Marie Zelle, Victor ' l22l E J C, VV ur r Q 11-15, - rw-:I-ff' -'rw 17 , I T- -----'f ,s, jlf'srfs..s ar -e::f':-13:1'--e-.Q':..:iT:E' 1 '-4-T5 if' -A 5? -,if gn FIX' 2 Y! !..fl'Eti 3123. .iluil nf :.Q.,9i-if ,EA IE X f, Y -, T-iv President Vice President ...,...... Ml A Class OFFICERS Secretary-Treasurer ...., Student Councilors ....... .. Sponsor ....... Colors ....... ........................ ....... Baumert, Matt Bantel, Clifford Bonnema, Ralph Borgsteadt, Charlotte Bricel, Frank Cheach, Mary Cimperman, Alice Clement, Rachael Conrad, Theodore Cowin, Claire C-owin, Jeanette Day, Marjorie Ge-tler, Dorothy Grdina, Edith Guitano, Helen Hauschild, Betty Herman, Norman Hutchins, James Kremm, Walter Larick, Helen McDonald, Ruth Mertek, Jennie Myers, Ralph Metzger, Vincent Oetgen, Grace Ogilvie, Margaret l23l ....t.,,E1.siE TAYLOR ..,...FLoRENcE PFEIL .,.........LUcY MATHEWS MARIAN AI-ILMAN I HELEN SPENCER MR. WHITESIDE CRIMSON AND GRAY Parenti, Josephine Pearson, John Pellerin, Katheryn Petrowski, Janet Repka, Ruth Stein, Mildred Stray, Helen Topping, Paul Vidugeris, Philomena Walsh, Dorothy Weist, Earl Willson, Jean lllll B Class OFFICERS 0 President .,............ ........,....,,..,.,......... C HARLES SCI-IUBERT Vice President ...., ..................,..,... R OBERT YEOMANS Secretary ..,...,. ,..,e....,.,.. O LGA ZETTERLOF Treasurer ..... ...,.. . .. ,,......,.. LUCILLE Kisri-IARDT Sponsor ..... .......,,.,..s.....s,.......,.......,,...................... M iss CRONE Clark, Genevieve Craig, joe Cross, Geraldine Crozier, Werner Foster, Donald Day is dying in the West We will all go home for rest From schoolg We will leave our books and rules To go swimming in lakes and pools After schoolg While all of our begotten knowledge ls as far away as college From schoolg Then when summer's almost o'er We'll come back to learn some more At schoolg In commemoration of 10B class Of Shore school. Getler, Henry Householder, Ellsworth Test, Walter Gilman, Wilma Naso, Charles Yeomans, Robert Hassell, Eleanor Schubert, Charles Yuchuck, John Hirsch, Beatrice Sheerer, George Zetterlof, Olga l24l rlI-f:?-'!':':5- 'H-it 'T' 'E i g f F3 F36 ' 511' ears 'Hifi-f ff l YY , -- smfiw ef I'-S' iigpq i: Iix':'T'z'qr'Fun :auf Ar"1'0nsl,'l ,Jn If 1' 'UWJR 1-'i : EI:- -rf vf' 1 2 :,f:.-g. 1.. .. ' 'z 1. :N T L- ,f lg fgf :fi ,.,'l'g3.,'5.i:-5 .iggjggz he E.,Q,Ty,lg ,EL .E '25-713 9 A Class OFFICERS President ................ ...................,.,......... R ici-IARD BORGSTEADT Vice President ........... .....................i....,,...,,..... W ALTER GREEN Secretary-Treasurer ..... ...... M ARGARET LUCAS Sponsor .......,.............. ........... M R. HARTER Colors ..................... ............ B LUE AND GOLD We are the Freshmen, And a goodly lot! In classwork and sports We're up to the dot. Our basketball teams Have played fine games, We are all happy, Come sunshine or rains. Kinkhoff, Josephine Krisnik, Edward Kressin, May Longo, Josephine Lusher, Marabell Manzelman, Sarah March, Robert Martens, D-orothea Barber, Dale Christopher, Juanita Davy, Grace Duff, Willard Duffner, Thomas Heich, Bruce Herman, Marjorie Jonke, Anthony Mason, Edward Noch, Stella Ogilvie, Helen Patten, Marie Pierce, Dorothy Pilla, Hugo Plantz, Garnet The seniors with looks, The juniors with talk, The sophomores with teasing .Can't make us balk. In just three short years We'll be seniors, too Will we tease Freshmen? I'll tell it to you! -D. M. Riedel, Lester Stevens, Orvis Tarantino, Carmen Vidrick, Anton Willkomm, Marie Wissman, Viola Zagar, Anton Proudfoot, Richard 25 123' W I -'YF-5 --T Y- mv - Q -2 Lili"-I l '-5'-in-'.'r-F F . f"" " " f E-Vi ,VU-' g 2'1A F0 -.- 1 i or 1 Q "' - .UI an ni .ng I I us a , gg, l . ,- lf l i 34'---nb L,-..' g'g.. g :":l,:1 . . -. - '45 SZ ' if QM 'L 2 W! hi il- :lf-IE 'QL n-. lu- nuljugJl'iY JEL. :E - '13 l a 'ii X, fl -aff? 9 B Class OFFICERS President ,,,...,,... ,.................,............... W ILLIAM CHILDERS Vice President ...., .,..... R Aci-IEL CAMERON Secretary ........... ........ L UCILLE RIDDELL Treasurer ,... .............. C ARL TESTA Sponsor ,....,.................................................... MRS. FALKENBURG Alger, Clifton Amato, Rose Binckley, john Black, Margaret Bowles, Lillian Cameron, Rachel Childers, William Cimperman, Mary Clymer, William We're the class of thirty-one Whosemschool career is just begun, We'll do our best With all the rest ' Till high school days are done. Devor, Leslie Geiger, John Gill, ,I ack Heisler, Elva Hicks, Adele Hoprich, Katherine jehlicka, Louise judkins, Edwin Klaus, Rosie -S. C. Latour, Dick Lauderbach, Edgar Lee, Mary Macey, James Menicin, joe Miller, Stuart Parks, Robert Parmalee, Richard Ramoni, Frank l26l Riddell, Lucille Spino, Dominic Stepanovich, Lillian Strakal, Jane Trattar, Violet Testa, Carl Waterwash, Antoinette Wichern, Carl Zivkovic, Marie I - 1- - , - f f Vx- ,Q ' 1' ' RA . -,,,, Az' fr as ax- X - ax Y fi g 5, Q., 5 - - J I ' "'-gi ' ' O - , - ,. 1 5 0 Y 0 - . 1 ik GX Q " 3.x X F ' Q 1 - , A x --:, fX , 3'3 uf, A c t i V i t i e S r -Jw . J- 5 A . Q 4-. i - X, -' i --p-rd ' I .v'-' s 5:31-I 1? xx 3... - -3.15 : -xffrrr' iii fr'rv .V"'T 72-gfi ii ,. V fb? 5 tl":f': I :" I 'Ulxnu out .ng I fgux nl .Jg 1 go 12 It zi,---.-L,-..'g':.. g :msg , , .. L f 5:15 ' 5. I !l.. I-4 -.i.'5 .Lgnwf n- I.. LET, fi 1. Editors-in-Chief .....,.. Photograph Editor .o.,,, Assistant Editor ........ A rt Editor ....,..,....... Assistant Editor ....,.,. Sports Editor ,,,...,,.,,.. Advertising Manager Circulation Manager ...... Assistant Managers.. Typists .................. Faculty Adviser .....,.. Stag OFFICERS BETTY SCHUBERT 1 ELIZABETH RAEBURN .MARGARET KLAUMINZER .,.......,......CLARA SCHMIDT ,.......RUSSELL AITKEN .......ALICE MATHEWS ..........GENE FRYAN .............ALBERT KURRLE ...UKENNETH ANDERSON CALEB PICKARD CHARLES SEZON EDMUND BUDNICK .. EMILY KOVACIC ELIZABETH RAEBURN SWARTZ In the reading of this book we are reminded of the one who makes possible ITS publica tion-Miss Clare Swartz. She has shouldered the responsibility and given Inspiration and encouragement. The staff takes this occasion to thank her. i231 ' "'V,v'x- gfdx iw WW' Wy f 55,15 rt,..,.a.,,, ,, .-my Vw ,N . ,E 7 IN ,MTF is , 3 Y ff: - " i fl" l"2 :'::'1--- : :-'zz f H' I 6 Aj 11. 4- 2 l 1' 'I I , . v -- U 1 N , ., . , t: 35 r- I r.': 'ii..l 51' :.a lk .si ,I :-.2 :...ii2.-J L4 -. C353 " 'e---' f-' f-- Pfilf. 1 as B, V ,B 'QA tiff ' Student Council OFFICERS President ....,,...... ....................,.............. N AN COLQUHOUN Vice President ...,..... ..i...... H AROLD BooK Secretary .,...,,,,, ....,.., H ELEN SPENCER Treasurer ..,,,,,,,.,,,..,,.,,, ......i, F ORDYCE LUIKART The councilors are as follows: 12th Grade llth Grade Nan Colquhoun Margaret Gill Russell Aitken Elizabeth Raeburn Harold Book Fordyce Luikart 10A 10B Helen Spencer Wilma Gilman Marian Ahlman QA 9B Mae Kressin Charles Ballard Edgar Lauderbach Louise ,Iehlicka The Student Council, under the supervision of Mr. Metts and Miss Mitchell, meets every Tuesday to discuss the affairs of school routine, such matters as the Lost and Found department, school spirit at the games, and conduct in class rooms. i291 Seven Chances Produced by the Senior Class on May 27, under the direction of Miss Genavieve Doutt. Cast of Characters Henry Garrison ,w,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,, R ay Newcombe Who is a lawyer, henpecked by Mrs. Garrison, his wife ..,...,,,..........,.......... .....,., ........,...... E m ily Kovacic Earl Goddard .............,......,,.r..,,.....A.....,.,................................Ysss.,.....,.. Kenneth Anderson Who has helped to draw up the will of the rich grandfather of Jimmie Shannon Arrr,.,r...V.rrrrr,,,...t...r.errrrr..,e.r.,r,.....,....,,.....,,........,..................., Gene Fryan Who must be married before midnight in order to inherit Sl2,000,000, and whose best friend is Billy Meekin ,.r,,r,..,,.....,,.,.,,.r,,,,,..,,.,,,.tr,,,,,,...,,,,,..,.,....,.,,.,,.,,.,.....,........................ Ben Test Who urges Jimmie to propose until someone accepts him and who sug- gests as prospective brides Anne Windsor ....,.,.,,........,......,.....,......,..,,.,,..,,,.....,.............................,...,. Margaret Clark Who really loves Jimmie, but will not marry him for his money Georgianna Garrison ,.,tr.rr..r.t.r.,trrsrrrsrtt,r...rrr.rrs..,.r.tt.,ttrt.A...rtt,,.....,.......ts. Nan Colquhoun Who is already engaged to Joe Spence ,...,,,,,,,,....,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,....,,r,,,,, ..,..,.. E lton Armitage Lilly Trevor ....,..,..,..........tta....,t,..,.,.,..,.,....,.,........,. ,....,.. A lda Mortimer Who wants to marry a romantic man Peggy Wood .....r.a.,,.tt,,ttt.,,tttt..t,,t.,..,ttt,,,.t.rttt,,.tt. ,..... P hyllis Brown Who has a throaty voice Florence Jones .,....,,.,o..........r............,,...,....r. .,....... J eanette King Who wants to marry a "cave-man" Irene Trevor ............,....,..........,......................,.................,... ...... P riscilla Easterling A school girl who promises to elope with Jimmie Betty Willoughby .........,..,.............................,....,....,t...,...t. ....... A lice Smith Who is another chance that Jimmie takes George ...............................,...,,..ttt.,...,r.,...,.,,.......... .,,.,c.. R ussell Aitken Who is the butler. Advertising Committee Anderson, Kenneth Mortimer, Alda Luikart, Fordyce Pearson, John Moffet, Elizabeth Sponsor-Mr. Spangler Someone ask, "Anything to do today ?" Yes, posters to be printed and distri- butedg handbills to be counted and distributedg tickets to be stamped and sold,- always something to do. Why do you ask such a question? Coming into room 105 during the sixth period, you will find some such con- versation taking place. This room is office, printshop, distribution center, and general headquarters of Shore's Advertising Committee. Whenever the "world at large" needs to be told anything about the activities of Shore High, the Committee gets busy and broadcasts the ADV'T. The committee is very dependable and efficient, and should be commended for its spirit of service, attendance at picture shows and basketball games. Wherever help is needed, the committee is ever ready to serve. Three of its members graduateg their places must be filled next year. lf the work appeals to you, get your applica- tions in early next September. i301 . - f Tfirx? is-:1:, -'wwf "'f1',,i 'fi ,. il , ,I -4 C1 ,X gb fig' Y it ":f': :'l:,sn nu, .ng 0 n' .us c , ian ' A, Zo Y 15 T JW' 12 :- 5 i In if H- I I 3-' 2 " :": 0 .I - i , "T'Tf2, ff 3: 'ii' I F. !f I nn nk v.' - . lu- gun in HQ 'J L1-'14 . - Y Y Y V - V- V V- Y , I ,L -J ,bf ' fT'j' Shore Breezes SHORE'S WEEKLY NEWS Begun four years ago as a class project by Miss Swartz, this four-page paper has developed into the official organ of school news at Shore. It is published every Tuesday. A proof of its increasing value is the large subscription list this year. There are 204 regular subscribers. The editing of the paper is entirely within the school, the typing, mimeograph- ing, and distributing being done by a permanent staff. Each quarter there has been, however, a different editor-in-chief. Associate editors have been appointed, too, for short periods of time. This rotation of the literary managers, gives many a chance to find out how to get and how to organize newspaper material. Editors-in-chief- Emily Kovacic-September, October and November. Elizabeth Raeburn-December and january. Helen Larickh-February, March and April. Associate Editors- Phyllis Brown Alice Mathews Martha Granger Marie Riddell Goldie Kovacic Clara Schmidt Elmer Kurrle Frederic Watkins THE PERMANENT STAFF Business Managers- Kenneth Anderson Margaret Klauminzer Phyllis Brown Albert Kurrle Robert jennings Ray Newcombe Jeannette King Caleb Pickard Typists- Emily Kovacic Alda Mortimer Elizabeth Raeburn Sports- Gene Fryan Marian Ahlman Tony Yurglic Sponsor-Miss Swartz l31l 3.-1.5 :-1-gr-rr' IJ- ,r-:N .v"',t .RTT , 'T' ' :sg ' l fi? I t ":f'I jg' 4 :Ufnso un! -ni ' Iran' a Dsl' I 2 ' 'A ,- ' If t- 113,---1.'L,-..g':.. g- I":l,: . ,M . f 5:15 A f- 2 1f-- 1- --L-S -ea ',eL' i-'-gLA :fa 'E EY G E if ,N , , r' -1? Giiirllsg Gllee Cllulb President ,,,,.. Secretary , A. Treasurer .., v Librarian .... Director ........,...,e Brown, Phyllis Klauminzer, Margaret I-Iart, Eleanor Granger, Martha Taylor, Elsie Mathews, Alice Spencer, Helen Kieselback, Bertha Clark, Margaret Colquhoun, Nan King, Jeanette Mortimer, Aida Kovacic, Emily Raeburn, Elizabeth Walsh, Dorothy Accompanist ,,,...,......,.,,. OFFICERS I32 ..,,..BETTY SCI-IUBERT ..,.,.NAN COLQUHOUN ....,.........ALlCE SMITH .,.,.....P1-1YL1.1s BROWN Miss FAETKENHEUER Cimperman, Alice Schubert, Betty Stockall, Florence Ahlman, Marian Pheil, Florence Hart, Hanna Mathews, Lucy Luikart, Theoda Garapic, Zora Repka, Ruth Oetgen, Grace Gill, Margaret Easterling, Priscilla Smith, Alice Kovacic, Goldie .........Margaret Lucas 25" :, vfwffrrf' if ' fi, '.'C'J ."V1' , M" '- -1 --If Wt'-:T'l "" -"ll ulnul1..'. I lr.: n .gg ro 71,7-Y 7 12 , 1' gi,---Z!-L, .'g::.. - - '---.3-' , ,, r U ff---3 I- any Q f- 2 H-- ru.:-1-3 .273---jf-.ot .3435 for cgi i Y ., Boysg Gllee Clliuilb I Bantell Clifford Borbely, Eugene Kurrle, Albert Newcomb, Ray Baumert Matt Brazee, James Luiikart, Fordyce, s Pilla, Hugo Book Harold Jennings, Robert Myers, Ralph Tarantino, Carman Accompanist ....,.e,..,..,...........,.................,...,..............,............. Florence Pfeil Directors .....,.. ,...... l MY- King Spring Maid l Mr. O'Brien The Spring Maid", the operetta given by the combined Glee Clubs of Shore, Saturday April 9, was a huge success. A health resort in Germany furnished a very appropriate background for the excellent acting of the characters. The complete cast was as follows: Princess Bozena. .............,,...,.,.,...... ,,...... Prince Aladar ...,.oi.o,..t.,. Vot,,,, ..,,,,., Anna Mirl ............ Aunt Evatkl ......... Count Rudy ............. Prince Nepamuk ....... ,....,.. Roland ................... Ursula .................... Thin Man .,.,.........,..,.........,......,. Fat Man .................,.............,.,.,...... Spaetling, a comedy detective ......,......,,.,,.............,.......... Colonel Boone ...........,...................v..,.....,...,.........,............. Much credit is due Miss Maude Faetkenheuer and and supervisors of this charming performance. l33l ...Phyllis Brown Robert Jennings ..Goldie Kovacic .....Eleanor l-lart ..,.........l-larold Book Eugene Borbely ....Matt Baumert ...,..Margaret Clark .........james Brazee ...........Ralph Myers ..Kester Dissette Fordyce Luikart Mr, Erwin King, directors ff-'z' :S Y A,,,7f:J g:.:,g.':'f:':,, 2 Lg 5- - 1, :IN 1' 1 f 5:75 nf.,.V!l'.- I "3 !'2 1'i "r'.. !..t g'I : r ""' . E0 V 1' 31:25 ig' ', Lili-ig .1 2 : a ff xiywgi TTU 1, "Tf,"- --"""-' .: X 1, r -X f. ..,.,,., . -.,.,,. ,.,A...., , F56 'EERE 2 Q fp 03555 R x - ,'1Q ,fi , 1 X h.:0f"lfh V -QMAQGV' " J " ggljrz' 'f 1 KTTN n "mn pffi1f1: f1':x uf!! - A '. xx ' ll 1 ff' KEN Qfggf' . , ' 9 'gait v u"k', .. Q ,sh Nw' 1 E f' Ex 7' NH24' . 1 ' f-2-itil fi U? 0-uv x f :qu PK' E I .-5?-. KN, 0 inf : C El' IE 1 'V 2- 1 'xvssxrx 5 S 9 nl f 'L' -1 Q S H. as h.. 1 if 5 iid ,sf , , . A. 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L W Q3 Illr. Illvffx, ,llr. Cust' IAtr.vi.vfz111t C'41fat'll2, Illr. Van DL'115L'll fCl7llFlll Ralph Jllyvrs, Autlzmzy Yurylzfr, IVIIVVUII Iiurgfxlctzrit, Ln' Grand Jarkxon, Roburt ,YL'0771l1IlS, Nick Pilla, Roxy llluntaua. . N Rulwrt Jlfllllllllfjf, C0110 Frycm, llllilrc IJl1Vl'llfl7, l7unlyt't' Lnilkart, FVt'liL'l'I.L' Hyllflffllf, Elmer Kurrlc, Clzarlvs Sclfzzlwvrf. ocotlballll Review When Shore started the 1926 football season, just six regulars from the 1925 team reported for duty. Altho a large squad should have returned, ineligibilities and with- drawals hit the team so hard that Coach Van Deusen practically had to start all over rebuilding the team. After three weeks of scrimmage the team was ready for the first games of the season. "Speed" Jackson, veteran, and "Bud" Myers, a new man, held down the end positionsg Roxy Montana, Letter-man, and Warren Borgsteadt, a rookie, were assigned the tackle positions, "Tony'i Yurglic, and "Nick" Pilla, both veterans of last year's eleven, were the guards, the center berth was held down in the early part of the season by Mackey, a newcomer, and during the latter part of the season by Elmer Kurrle. The backfield consisted of "C-enel' Fryan, quarterg "Stubby" Jennings, and Mike Parenti, at the halvesg and "Ed" Osborne, full. There were other good men who broke into the games, some who earned lettersg these were "Fritz" Watkins, "Chuck'l Schubert, Ben Test, Bob Yeomans, and Kester Dissette. The Hrst game was with Shaker, a conference affair. Shaker scored in the first quarter, the result of a "break". They won 8-0. Painesville, 1925 Lake County Champs, was next on the Shore schedule. Our team appeared like midgets when stacked up against their I-361 ,Y . r . --. Y f , E .1-H 54 : ,1r.,5 pf L-w-'-':7I .V -f ' gli T, -'s 54 dl., :Q "nf: 2" . "Ulu: In .ng ,I fp L , ,iQ 'T l - 'V 12. e- I 5 14 'ln :' less' ' ' Sn! ' ' IU' I I ' .. . if f rf- 5: if Q7 5. 2 !h-L 2' 2.1 -X 12' , . Z nf I.. inn-, QQ :rf ' - f J ' " ' if - -- "' PQ--.. jp-: -fa , 9 ,f 4 ' AVI! CHEER LEADERS opponents, but gave the big team a severe drubbing. Only nine points were chalked up, however. i The Big Green of Longwood was defeated 3-0 in another conference tilt. Shore ran wild over the West Commerce team, but after penalties for this and that had exacted their toll, it was found that Shore had scored only 13 points. ' Shore defeated Mentor, the 1926 Lake County Champs, 20-6 in a practice game. john Marshall, heavily out-weighing Shore, as most teams did, was victorious by a 6-O verdict. Rocky River, one of the biggest and best teams in Cleveland, "got" Shore at a time when the team was hard hit by injuries, and altho Shore held on line plays, the River passing game could not be stopped. The final count as recorded by our Burroughs, was 69-1-l. The big game of the season came around. Euclid had won the championship: but a defeat by us would mean to share it with Rock River. As we were out of it, we wanted Euclid to win the titleg but, we did not want a defeat at their hands. After holding them scoreless for nearly three quarters, our team cracked and Euclid, with their two all-cont'er- ence ball toters, slipped over for two touchdowns. l37l if me 3 JT ' , m , f X . QBENH l 1 vFRITL Q NXSTUB f . .?.,a0H' ' 5 5 T 'fi 1: 4 .-- ,.'5 1g,+f.,,a, Q . A Q., 1L'l"' f -lf? 'c .- . . fig I , It M aim - ,. X f l . - 4 ff A Q, , , . 1 1' 4 .iff - N ,I 'N X, lp wi .2-5-.-' , . t f F, gm 1 , g 3 , . W 1 AI. x If ,x NKCK If , A , 7- R SENE ei i. T E, ,PX -. r A V, ' 2 X X 1 i ":,eg:f.:V'-1.2-xv U A ' N X L X X ,A ,. ff? a i .. H gi g, A'.' f t ' .s . ar W' ff, A Ni' V 0 X11 VHU1-CH "T-1,,M ,' xltrjzjg: Q0 I 1 .t Q ' I .-K "H, A I - rf J i ' A ftlmvs 1'Intcl1z'11s, Nirk P1Y1a, Bw! TPM, Rulwrt .lt'111lii1,t1.r, Fl'l'lIl'l'1.C ll'm1.'z'l15, Grin' Fryau, Roxy .lluntamh px Basketball Review The beginning of our 1927 basketball season had even a darker outlook than did the football ,season Of all the regulars and subs of last year's squad, only three men were left as ,a nuclelis around which to build a team. These men were Captain "Stubby" Jen- nings, f'Gene" Bryan, and Nick Pilla. However, a large number of candidates turned out for the squad, and Coach Van Deusen began giving them the fundamentals, teaching them to handle the ball. The squad was soon cut down, and enough men left for a first and second team. Mr. Case was given charge of the second stringers. The varsity consisted of "Stub" Jennings, and "Fritz,' Watkins, forwards, Ben Test, center, "Gene" Fryan, and Nick Pilla, guards. Jimmie Hutchins, and Roxy Montana were the other two members. Like our football eleven, this team was the smallest and lightest in the city, but sur- prised the followers when the games came around. What our team lacked in size, they made up in team-work, and in the handling of the ball. Big teams came, saw, and were conquered. Shore defeated teams such as Beachland tAlumnil, john Marshall, West Commerce, Wickliffe, and in the practice games, Mentor, Shaw, Glenville, Wickliffe, and Kirtland, close decisions were dropped to Painesville, and East. Shore lost conference games to Shaker, Longwood, and Rocky River. The two latter games were one-point defeats, and would have meant the championship for Shore, had the decisions been reversed. In the annual tournament, Shore drew Brush High in the first round, and won ll-9. Rocky River was drawn for the second round, and with the advantage of playing on their own strange floor, and with a fresh team, Rocky River defeated our cagers, 15-4. Warren Borgsteadt was manager of the team. l38l c-Q ' Q f Y v r Z JE.: I- iii.-5-2-z'r r' :Lt vial" iwfi I Ai 'Q I I " k ' 'I 1 i6 ii' i f SG :'-Z:- '2..' V7 5:3 "3'.. --J T33 "' 5 V l ae- si ,tg ' F... : n..l :-g 5.5-, T: -4 ' 5,2 g.,Lig.,Y A, Q53 E255 .. H -gf f --ge. 6 , Q If Q, ' ' 0 'QED ' New " A if tr' I if ew 'wc rip" m WMQGXI E T , T 1' "' 'J Y A sn sf 4 !."PERKY" a-- . in , 4 ,f"N fig ?".frl' 'iv ,wir fl ..:.,.Qx m .,l.1..,ilt L x i F ,," 1 l Q1 i H V kg E K.. , . 1 ,N X I, We KY r ..fa,'f2g.: . T s . we' HMS TWLAJ j 'fy W +I. ' ,':-- A V Y in '- A 'Zf w ,, MAMA CFR" l'2',ORlE ' ' 5 xxsemls' - .. M 'W I I Zora GL1I'l't1fWl.ti, Lury Illaflztwx, Prixrzillu lltlXfl'l',I-IIN, fvdll Qjtlltllllillllllr, Alma I'1'4zV-Zvoofl ffpqtlflftllll l, Alice Smfllz, illargurrf Clullc, Llumflry fii'tlur, jllllfl-llll .tllrlmunl Giiirllsg Basketball Although the girls' basketball team did not win the majority of their games we can be proud of them for putting up the fights they did when playing teams out of their class. The team worked well together, always playing hard and carrying the real Shore spirit into their games. It just seemed as if the horseshoe was upside down. but the girls fought hard. Some of the teams they played were Shaker Heights. Holy Name, Euclid Central, Rocky River, Wickliffe, Mentor and the Alumni. They won four of the eleven games played and had a total score of 186 points to their opponents 207. Our captain, Alma Harwood, kept the girls organized besides fulfilling her position as guard. Priscilla Easterling, Margaret Clark, Marian Ahlman, and Lucy Mathews also kept their opposing forwards from getting many baskets. Nan Colquhoun and Alice Smith continued to add points to the score while Zora Garapic and Dorothy Getler fought hard at jumping center. Margaret Klauminzer acted as varsity manager. With the help of Miss Aingworth and Mr. Van Deusen the wheel was kept in motion. The only remaining players for next year are Marian Ahlman, Dorothy Getler, and Lucy Mathews. There will also be hopeful prospects from the second team. T391 C-1-1 l - i af fki 35-3 :Q ii' .. - e 2' Z..::. 1 Z' "' g, 4 -- EQ f ' V F:': ,fs-L 'v if Yin g !w lC:f?" -E ., ' ' ' 'x W V-7" WS Y IQn::E::iz S 3 . K IK Y M 7' 0 Wwjg W ,,,1 XX! 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This evening, I asked if I could see Shores campus. Bud gave up studying for final exams to show me around. It was at his suggestion that we took the path which led to Shoreodor River, and incidentally past the assembly hall. "Do you hear that awful noise?" I asked of Bud as we drew closer to the building. He shrugged his shoulders. "Probably a night study-hall," he said. "A study hall with that racket?" A'Well, it might be a fire. Smell smoke?" At this new idea, we quickened our pace. Such pounding and shouting, clapping and yelling! So study hall had come to this! This younger generation! Bud grabbed me by the arm and pulled me through the door. Already the noise had gone to his head, poor chap. As I tried to make my way through the crowd, I was confronted by two nice-looking, elderly ladies. tThis is, they would have been nice-looking if they hadn't been eyeing me so viciously.J One said, "Tickets, please," and the other said, "Say, this is an auction, not a dog fight." As I put the tickets in the box, Bud introduced me to them. They were Miss Moffet and Miss Mortimer, partners in the Euclid Advertising Company. For- give me for adding that Miss Mortimer tried to start a flirtation with me. Bud and I wormed our way through the crowd until we stood quite near the platform from where the noise was coming. "Come on, now: 65-66-make it 70. 70? Going-going-gone at 70." "The auctioneer is Mr. Pickard, the champion hog caller of the county," Bud shouted to me. Another one gone to the pigs! With a voice like that, he might have been an opera star, I thought. Almost immediately, Mr. Pickard auctioned off a beautiful portrait of a motor- man painted in the interurban car days. Bud told me that the slim gentleman going up to get the portrait was Mr. Aitken, the artist who drew hairpin advertisements for the Ladies' Home journal. At that moment someone unceremoniously stepped on my foot. I groaned. "Thatf' said Bud, pointing to the guilty one, "is Mr. Pilla, an understudy of Wallace Beeryf' Well, I could at least be thankful that only an understudy had stepped on my foot. What might have happened if Mr. Beery himself had stepped on it? "Look," Bud whispered. "There are Miss Gill and Miss King, very famous Folly dancers. They are both bidding for the same pair of ballet slippers." I-Im! 'foully' dancers! Probably a new expression for a vulgar dancer. They didn't look like that type, tho. Mr. Pickard ended the argument by sending them home, telling them that they were getting too old to be good dancers anyway. "Who is that following them ?" I asked and pointed to a short gentleman going out with the ladies. 1 "Mr, Montana," Bud explained. "Hes a camera man. Touching, isn't it?" As Mr. Montana left, we heard a dreadful racket behind us. "lt's Miss Wagner," Bud explained again. I saw a tiny person swimming in salt tears. "But why is she crying?" I asked. l42l -- -2 P oi , ijii 5' Q24: fr r ' f"T'1f :N ig -'-'11, i EWTTT ff?" il -- 7 :iv 1 L 2: E 2 g:' .Ng no ni uns 0 u ns n . nu - 6 I 1: i f ev sais 2, as 53-E S In range "She wants to go with Miss Gill and Miss King, l guess." "Here, here," said a distinguished looking man, bustling up. 'Come with me Thelma. We'll take the case up in court." "The gentleman," said Bud as the two hurried away, "is Mr. Armitage, the lawyer." "Ah," chirped Mr. Pickard. "Here we have a case of love sickness." Two male voices were heard above the rest, bidding for it. "How many in a case?" asked Mr. Watkins. "Two make a case," said the auctioneer, "but you're not in on this because you already have one case. This case goes to Mr. Jennings." I had been led to understand from Bud that Mr. Watkins and Mr. Jennings were living lives of seclusion at Euclid Beach, but now I wonder-. Bud was in deep conversation with a pleasant looking gentleman at his right. I caught Bud's eye and he introduced us. Mr. Yurglic yurgled pleasantly. "Mr. Yurglic is taking gargling lessons at Western Reserve University," murmured Bud. "I-Ie wants to be a druggist when he gets out." "Ah," said Mr. Pickard. "Here is some Scotch-" The two sturdy policemen, Mr. Fryan and Mr. Parenti, had all they could do to check the rush at that moment. t'Plaid," finished Mr. Pickard. Miss Colquhoun bought the plaid. At the present time she is playing the bagpipes at Ye Auld Scotch Dance Hall. A beautiful set of false teeth went to Mr. Gill, the dentist, who is famous for the motto, "I drill, I fill, and I kill." A touching little ballad, entitled Cry Baby, went to Miss Smith who is playing the piano at the Euclid Barber shop to soothe the crying infants. "Ah, Richman's clothes for the society man," continued Mr. Pickard, holding up a dress suit, "S22.50? Gone at S22.50." I was told that the gentleman to whom the bid went was Mr. Grimm, the popular Gigolo at Euclid Village Park dance hall. ln his spare moments, he practiced the one-step at Boss's Restaurant. "I-Ia, a dumbbell," said Mr. Pickard gleefully. Mr. Grimm had to be taken out by force. Mr. Pickard was only displaying ll gymnastic instrument, tho, and not calling Mr. Grimm names. The former Miss Easterling went up to get the dumbbell. "She is the famous trapeze performer in the Bungle Circus," explained Bud. "She has married the tatooed man." I presume she took the dumbbell home as a constant reminder of what she had married. ' Dr. Klauminzer bid for a box of second-hand pills but was outbid by Miss Brooks, the veterinary, Miss Feldman received a round-trip ticket to Ashtabula and Miss Stockall, an employee at the Euclid.Stock Yard, bid for a rabbit foot which would give her good luck. I-131 X tf.w..i-rf' Zgrvrfrrr V "I ,L 'if' ', 'IT' I ts .1744 ' . 'fr E. :lr ' "' "1 nun.. ' lrliz 0 , :da 1 ' 'Y .N ? E . I I ' 2 1 we :fs-J., ia I?-Q When Mr. Pickard auctioned off a derby hat to Miss Harwood who ran a Haberdashery in Euclid, Mr. Newcomb got extremely rough and the policemen had to take him out immediately. Afterward, the rumor was that Mr. Newcomb was merely training for a wrestling match in which he and Mr. Kurrle were to engage in the near future. Next a dictionary of Languages went to Miss Kovacic who called the trains in seven languages at the Union Depot. "Last but not least," sang out Mr. Pickard, 'Awe have a real Ford. The motor comes with it. It has the get-there-and-back quality. It's now out in front. 50? Make it 60. Well, I 'spose it goes at 50, then, to Mr. Anderson." The red-haired gentleman, Mr. Anderson, was an active advertiser for the Red Top Taxicab Company, Evidently he collected antiques on the side. Mr. Test, a second-hand car dealer, rubbed his hands in delight as he hurried out with Mr. Anderson. The hall emptied rapidly, for all wished to see Mr. Anderson's new possession. What they didn't know didn't hurt them, I thought to myself. Bud and I took our time getting out of the building and that is how I got to see Miss Clark, who was a famous tragedian until she lost her voice, and Miss Garapic, who was a well known animal trainer until she lost hers. They were busily engaged in turning off the lights and locking the doors. "Well," Bud said, as we walked back to the dormitory, "how'd you enjoy the evening?" "Fine, Bud, fine," I said. "I have seen the Rogues' Portraits at the Gallery, but I never expected to see the Rogues in person." B. S. '27, .When Bananas Aire Ripe Eddie Quiidort told us plainly one day, "When bananas are ripe, why, they're ripe." Now this was quite baffling, for we had not thought That bananas are ripe when they're ripe. You ask where he said this and what was the cause? It was one of our lively debates On banana plantations in far away lands Protected by the United States. Ed began many times, but all he could say Was "Bananas are ripe, bananas are ripe!" To screams of laughter, he finally cried. K'Bananas are ripe when they're ripef' Now there are numerous dishes, all pleasing to taste, There are oysters and lobsters and snipe, But speak of bananas to Ed and you'll learn That Eddie prefers them when ripe. E. R. l44l QC m lliments will EAST SHORE Community - Club - 6 .11-4-------------------.,-------------- - --.--- ---p-pp-----Q-Q ------- CLAIR MARCELLE plzotograplzers to the Senior Class Of 1927 CLAIR MARCELLE, 1620 EUCLID AVENUE CLEVELAND TELEPHONE PROSPECT 2861 L lil' S t u cl io s a t NEW YORK CITY CHICAGO CLEVELAND PHILADELPHIA GET AN EDUCATION WITH A REAL CASH VALUE MDD to your High School education the right training in business and you will be in line for the position you will be proud to occupy and that will pay Well ...... 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R. 10014 Euclid Ave. I I T Ulmer Bldg-I Public Sq- E E We have a Coal for Every Need Individual Instruction I I Let Us Take Care of You Day and Evening School E I If, while wandering through MONTANA you chanced to meet a woman ANDERSON who were studying for a TEST, would you join them or would you continue on your way to the BROOKS where a youth with KURRLE, BROWN hair, known as the KING of the West, sat fishing? ISN'T IT QUEER ? but Most People Say- --A Loyal Shorite Says- I feel the breezes. I svn' the Breezes. I look out of the port-hole. I look through the Port-hole. We have enjoyable times on the shore. We have enjoyable times at Shore. Il' """ "- -- ---- if ir " """""""" " '----- 1 I I I Compliments of u ' 7 BLUIIIS Enunumu markets WHERE QUALITY COUNTS We appfreciafe your patronage' 22074 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 14912 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 15052 EUCLID AVENUE Res. 100 East 219th St. Kenmore 0018 Schwarz Electric Co. ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION WIRING and SUPPLIES High-Grade Line of Fixtures Stop 133 Lake Shore Blvd. EUCLID, OHIO I n. --------------------------------- ----ai I.------------------------------------------- J D. L. EIRON'S 5 I High Grade Meats I I I-Iome Store I l I WE DELIVER ' 5r--- ------ ---- ----- - - - - Charlwood House I Canterbury Road at East I85tI1 St. E Excellent Food I Charming Surroundings I CATERING TO PARTIES, ' CLUB MEETINGS, 5 REUNIONS, ETC. I E East Sl. Kenmore 5 Kenmore 0065 Kenmore 5036 E I I I I ,lg -----.. ............... ................. J 5 L ................. -.--------------- J 5 ---- f --- ' E' -E lr 'E : I I I ' - I 5 antertain ,3 5 The Dllle Road Lumber 5 I I 5 ' 5 COMPANY 5 . . . - 5 I You'can have every fac1I1ty of E A Free Plan Book with Designs : I H Pflvate Club Ht- I Ana F1001 Plans of over 100 5 ' for the ' . .Lake Jhore Gardens I Home? 'S Yom ' : Askmg. Stop at our ' ' You will find catering of a : 0500 Anytime- E 1 I 5 character that features the I 3 , . . . I H- -. I most excluslve of IVIetropoI1tan I I ' establishments I 5 A wonderful Dance Floor QSM U E T I 5 Let us entertain you once and I I ,H . f 5 Consult us : : We entertam you o ten 5 Garage, Cottage. : u 5 l f,N FI 5 oc k W, 0, 5 0,Nsf5505m,:i,f :sim 5 5 U 3 ore af ens 5 . . . 5 : : IS no obllgatton. l I 185th St. and Lake Shore Blvd. I I 5 ' Cor. Nottingham Rd.and Nickel Plate R.R. E r- I I I 175 ken- 3 Gaf- 5980 E Kenmore 592 Kenmore 593 E I 5 I I. ............ ,,,,, J I ---J lr """"""" """"-- -I -----------'-"""" """"""""" " ' ' 1 I Quality Sewice E Funeral VVork I NVedding Flowers E " 5 THE BOULEVARD FLORIST E : : J. Bluem b : . : Flowers for All Occastons : 5 K 0 0615 5 5 E 22630 Lake Sluorcmllllxddf Euclid, 0. E u ' I ..................... .............------- I l I : E . . . I v 1 Y : 5 xpert Prescrlptlon SCYVICC : heumorc Q4-W 5 I TTU TTAb?lTT E J O H N K L A U S I : East and St- Clair Ave- E Delicatessen and Confectionery E ' Kenmore 66 I 614 E. 185th sf. I E- - ---'.'-.-.-.-.-. -.... I L- ,,............--- - J ISZ I' 1 Ir ---- 1 5 5 E Tel. Kenmore 631-990 E Drink E E SCCHUSTIERSS 5 5 E E E Compliments of ROOTBEER Beaclhillandl Pharmacy W E 'rl E. O. Rauchfleisch The Year Wound Drink 670 East 135th Sf- : 1, "I dare you to bite me," said Daniel to the lion. The lion didnlt bite Daniel. Because- ' it was a dandelion. We're often made the "goat" when we "kid" ourselves along. Don't worry if you're fat, now. When you die you may become a skinny angel, than s to the beneficiary milk diet on the "milky" way. Some girls' faces make a fellow see red. She jumped into the sea of matrimony because she saw a buoy in it. In the zoo there was a bear majority. lr--- -------------------------------------'- 1 lr---- 1 W Y M A N Campzimenis of : Shqgye Sflimrqe JC. BQ. CLARK 686 East 185th street 5 Cleveland, ohio Q Q "--'--'------f-"------ it L. E. LUIKART INSURANCE L. J. LUIKART, SOLICITOR 18605 ST. CLAIR AVENUE CLEVELAND, OHIO Compliments of H. VAN DEUSEN I I I I I L Complimenls of Ulvlzrla'ilurdwuwE. 676 East l86tl1 St. Cleveland, Ohio Rea1llSiilllk Hosiery Phone before 9:00 o'clock in morning M. Larkin Ken. 0978-M lr I I I Il I I I --------------------------------------------- THE WICKLIFFE LUMBER CO. LUMBER, SASH and DOORS MULE HIDE ROOFING Not a Kick in a Million Feet OWN YOUR OWN HOME "It pays to look wel!" H. S. WINTERS The Boulevard Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor at E---------- Phone, Randolph 3289- -Res. Phone, Ken. 238M Ealimates Furnished A. .l. BUDNICK 8: COMPANY Plumbing and Heating Lake Shore Blvd. and Bliss Road Contractors A Modern Shop-for Men, Women, and children jgbbing g Specially Beauty Culture by Mrs. Florence Wilbe, - For A,,,0i,,,,,,e,,,S Can.,-.K.,,,,g17.J,x, 6703 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, Ohio ---ul L .......................................... -- I 54 H. J. MERVIS c'0mf,,zimemfS of me Pfescfilvlivnisf BEACHLAND MMS nl-ug Company BAKERY 638 East 185th street 'QLLZQIQIZLQLQ "'-""' LQQfQQQQQ,i.,., Beachland Battery and Tire Company Bmucss RELINED Radio and Auto Batteries 511.95 ROAD SERVICE Euclid Park Inn Bliss and Babbitt E M. C. Pratt Home Made Pics u l 642 East 185th St. Kenmore 1123 E E Proprietor Quick Ll1l1Ch ----., ...--..--------------..-------..------------.aI -------------- ------------------- C0mp!z'menL's of a Friend' I. F. LINNERT 5 I -I The J. L. 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