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

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Eastern Standard Time . .ka .X SHORE HIGH SCHOOL The Broadcaster Senior Class SHORE HIGH SCHOOL Euclid, Ohio 1936 Program Directors . . . Under the direction of SUPERINTENDENT E. C. GROVER and PRINCIPAL D. E. METTS, Shore's activities have made steady progress 'Q '93 F" xx The Controlling Engineers LVCILLE AINGNN'ORTII, English. M ARII4: IJAYIS, 1l1'.vl01'y AIIALINI-3 IJELAMATERV, NIERYL R. BAUMER, A , - 1'I'FlIl'lI, 1-111111 Sfeerlzy, I71'a1111It1'1'.v, ,l0IIl'11lIlI..S'l1I, Hzf ' , I" .' Enflixlz. , 'Q my Hmm W J l FIIOMAS L. IJOTSON, Cl'01IL11zC1'rr and Izzflzfsfry, JOHN F. BECK. Ilisfmfv. LOLA BEYINGTON, - . DOROTHY VILL 11111516 I711'z'rl01's J ' DI-7'Ut'l0I' of C'f1'1'l.v' .1lfl1l1'f1fs. JITANITA BOUCHER, . RAYMOND HINCII. Engl1sl1. 1Watl1c11zafif.v, lizzglislz I.EONA F. A1ITCHIiI.L, PERA CAMPBELL. . . . Hzsfory, .g0f'I0l.qfIl'1Il'I'. Englislz, Algebra. XYANIJA M. AIYIQRS, FORD L. CASE C'0111111C1'I'1'f1l5'11l1j111't5. Head of PllX'.Tl.CIll Edm'afi011 D?f?GVfllZ67lf.V I QQALVIN hl. ULDT, C01111111'1'r1'al S11bjf1'1's. ROBERT PIIILLIIIS, Gmzrfral .SxfI'!'lII'l', C'1Il'Illl.5f7'j'. BIIABEL E. CRONE, Algebra, Srimzfc, I,af1'11. .IOHN J. POIITO, fllauzfczl 7xl'H11.7'II'llf,l, lllC'l'lIl1l1I.t'l1l Conzzzzfrfzal Szabjmfs. llraivlfzg. LOUISE DARST, YIFTTY ROSEN l4liRfiI'IR, Home lfc01101111'f.v. M FRRILL RI'GOI,Es, 4lfl'Z'U1Il'l'Il fllgvlvnz, HARR3' NY. SPANGLIER, S1'1c'111'I', lffolngy. NORMA VERNON, E11gl1'.s1'1. IQATIIERI NE VVAY, Srlmol N111'sr'. STANLEY VVHITESIDE, H isfory, Plzys1'f5. JA NE VVILLIA Ms, I,0fI.ll. KJFFICIE STAFF, f,ft'OllZf'll'y. PllI.l0IlIL'Ilt1 lv1.lllIf1C'l'lX, .11'111'1'I111 llfzffff. I.I1:RARIANs, Airs. C'1'c1111ffO11, Illflj' Pylf. Pczgv tlwm The Announcers Editorial Staff Business Staff Art and Photographic Staff lfrizfm'-1'11-C'l1iff liI1.N'l.Ill'S.N' Tllamzym' . lrf 1ir1'ifo1' l,OI'ISli XXVITT ylixxm' Nfxsox ALIDA IQORVER l.V.VI'.fft7lIf lftlllifllkk' ,Al.vxi.vfa11f.v .-1s.vi5ta11Tts li1.1c.xNo1z Smlxxuxkz l'iII,I, CLARK l':ARLF1 f3REGG liIi'l'TY Q'R,xx11'Tox l'lI,liANOR RVPN114 KATHERINE HOENE Imxiluc BRIILXI.-XX lixakxmnxii NORTON FRANCES SMITH AlARIiARIi'l' S'l'li.fXRNS Yfwrlx li Faculty Advisors riilm' - , - A W Bliss lYlITCI'IELI, iXI.I,l'.N ll1l,sx1,xx H1l51.7lt'SS,, P110f0g1fafvhy and Art . lx.v1.m111fx lol .x R RY STIIRKHT. MISS VERNON STA N I.I-1 Y l'o'1'oK AR L1'fm'a1'y Sfaj Page four The Patrollers I-ll S year has seen the lmeginning ol two new projects, honor stucly halls, and the ecliting of a hancllmoolc, which contains interesting and useful Presidentx .. Vice Presidenf information about Shore. Officers llfirst Semester, BETTY STEWART lSeConcl Semester, IAZDVVARD VVICHERN Treasurer .... . . Secretary . . .BOB JOHNSTON . . . .BILL BENT12 RIARY NIEUNIER Student Councilors Betty Crampton Alvira Patti Benson Blackie Maurice NICXYllll21lllS Margaret Stearns Bob Cliffel Doris Brown james Mattie Frances Smith Bob l.Yarren Allen Hnlsinan Page jim .tXlw:i.lNi-i 'liRl'lll-IAl'-Slll1lClll Coun- cil 2: Class Vice l'resident 23 Class President 3-43 lfriciulsliip Club 3-43 Yice President 4: Shore l-lrcczc 2: lilec Club 3-4: .-Xclvcrtising Counnittce 2-3-4. CLYDE STERL15--Vice President 4: S t u de n t Council 2-3 3 K lrcliestra l-2-3-41 Glee Club l-2-3--13 Clperetta 2-3-4: lYrestling l-2-3-43 lfootball 2-3-41 Senior l'lay 4: Sliori- lireeze 3: Clicer l,ca:ler 2-3-4. l3ET'l'Y 5'l'liVVAR'l' - iilee Club l-2-3-43 Operetta 2-3-4: Class Secre- tary 2: A Cappella Choir 33 Sliore Breeze 3-43 Student Council 3-43 Sec- retary 33 President 41 Friendship Club 2-3-45 G.A.C. Club 3-4: Senior Play 43 Valedictoriang National Honor So- ciety. JOHN XVILHITMAN--lil1tt'I'CIl from -I. S. Morton liigli School, Chicago l 3 Senior l'lay 4. NIARGARET MALONEY EARL BOLLISNBACHER - Football, 2-3-43 Captain 4g Vllrestling 2, 43 Cap- tain 4g Baseball 33 Glee Club 2-3-43 Uperetta 3-4: Lead 3: Breeze Staff 3-4g Vice President 1 g Varsity S. Club 2-3-4. ZELDA NEWMAN - Senior l'lay 4. Pugc' six AlATIl,DA Mlrzsiz-G.A.C. Club 3-4 Student Council 4g Class Treasurer 4 l'1a,xRi. XYALTIQR M IRI-1-Class Secre- tary 4. ILDWARD RYDER ANO1-:LA GCVIRAK - Glee Club 3-45 Senior le lay 4. JOHN BUERKEL-Football 3-43 Bas- ketball 2-3-4g Track 2-3-45 Band 1-2g Glee Club 3-4g Operetta 45 Varsity S. Club 3-4. ROSEMARY NIELCHER FLOYD OVIQRACRIE - Senior Play 4. BETTY CRAMPTON - Student Coun- cil 1-45 Friendship Club 2-3-4: Pro- gram Chairman 3-45 G.A.C. Club 3-4: Shore Breeze 2-3-43 Co-editor 35 As- sistant Editor 45 Glee Club 2-3-45 Librarian 45 Asst. Sec. 3: Class Vice President 35 Class Treasurer 25 Senior Year Book: Senior Play 45 National Honor Society 4. DOROTHY MOEFET - Cheer Lead- ing 45 G.A.C. 3-45 Friendship Club 3-45 Student Council 1. ' JAMES lNlATTIE - Football 3-4: Co- captain 45 Basketball 2-3-45 Captain 45 Glee Club 2-3-45 Vice President 25 Class Treasurer 35 Student Council 2-4 NIARY BJIHELICH - Friendship Club 3-45 G.A.C. Club 3-45 Circula- tion Manager of Breeze 35 Business Manager of Breeze 4. VIRGINIA CHANCE - Glee Club 3-43 Shore Breeze 3. DOROTHY CLARK-Orchestra 2-3-45 Band 2-3-4. ALVIRA PATTI-GlCC Club 1-2-3-45 Friendship Club 2-3-45 Student Coun- cil 4: G.A.C. 4. hlAl'RlCIE hlCVVll.l.lAMS ROBERT STICK JANE NIATTIE - Senior Play 45 Op- eretta 2-3-45 Glee Club 2-3-45 Class Secretary 35 A Cappella Choir 35 Friendship Club 3-45 G.A.C. Club 3. JAMES PARISI-SCI1lOI' Play 4. MARGARET STEARNS-Class Presi- dent, l-25 Class Treasurer 35 Student Council 45 Crchestra 2-3-45 Shore Breeze 2-3-45 Co-editor 35 Ass't. Edi- tor 45 Friendship Club 3-45 President 45 Year Book Staff 45 Senior Play, Stage Manager 45 Salutatoriang Na- tional Honor Society. LILLIAN BLUEM-Glee Club 2-3-45 Friendship Club 45 G.A.C. Club 4. EILEEN ISCHAY - Friendship Club 3-45 Glee Club l-2-3-45 Operetta 2-3-4. Page sem n - x . 5 - , . . . l'.AR1.1-. hRi-.ms-l resident ol t lass 33 Presiclent of Class -lg Year Book Stall' -lg Band l-.2-3--lg Orchestra l-2-3-4-3 Student Council l-lg l'roni Connnit- tee 31 Salutatorian -lg National llonor Society -li Senior l'lay -l. ROBERT 'llL7CKER-C'l21SS Treasurer lg Prom Committee 35 Cilee Club 2-3- 43 Shore Breeze Staff -lg Cheerleader -lg Class Secretary -lg A Cappella Choir 3. EDVVARID XYICHERNS-5tllClCl'1t Coun- cil 3--lg President -lg Urchestra l-.2- 3--lg National Honor Society -l. JUNE ROSE-Cll8.SS Secretary 33 Glee Club 2-3--lg Friendship Club 2- 3--lg G.A.C. Club -l. EDVVARD BocKEI, - Transferred from Collinwood -lg Track -l. LENoRE 'l'1FF.1xNr-F r i e n d ship Club 2. S'1'.ixN1,EY jixznlic' -- Transferrerl from Patrick Henry l. Page eight ' M"F'Sr. Blu. SIMMERMACHI-IR-XfiCC Presi- dent of Class -lg Student Council 1-3: lfootball 1-2-3-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4g Track Z-3g Prom Committee 3g Shore Breeze Staff -lg Glee Club 2-4g Or- chestra l-2-3--lg Senior Play -lg Na- tional llonor Society 4. Crrnic HooKER-Baseball 2--lg Glee Club -lg Student Council 33 Class Treasurer -l. THERESA ZIVICH liOBERT VVILLIAMS - Class Secre- tary 3. 'IEs'r1NE NIEYERS - Transferred from Geneva -lg Friendship Club 3-4 ALXLLFN HULSMAN - Baseball 2-4 Cilee Club 3-4g Student Council 4 Shore Breeze Staff 3g Year Book Stal? lg Prom Committee 3g Basket- ball Manager 2g Band 2g Movie Op- erator -lg Entered from Patrick Henry 21 A Cappella Choir 3. BlARY lJ0KOl.lCi'l3I'3I1SfCI'I'Cd from Royalton High -lg Friendship Club 4. V I i i x l l 'Q l i l SUSAN HUGHES-Transferred from Harding High 35 G..-XC. Club 3-45 Friendship Club 3-45 Shore Breeze Staff 4. ARTHVR NALTTH - Transferred from St. Ignatius 25 Band 3-41 Track 3-4 Lois i-El'l'ERTiSlllflE'llt Council l- 3g Friendship Club 35 Advertising Committee 2-3-4. ROBERT HEL'ER-Tl'8IlSfC1'l'6Ci from Roosevelt High lg Shore Breeze Staff 45 XVrestling 1. Lot'1sE XVITT - Transferred from Kirk Junior 15 Shore Breeze Editor 45 Assistant Editor 35 GAC. Club 3- 45 Vice President 41 Friendship Club 2-3-45 Inter-club Council 43 Glee Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Year Book Static 43 Editor-in-Chief 45 Senior Play 45 National Honor So- ciety 4. RAYMOND FL'ERsT - President of Class 25 Baseball 4. IDAMAE BRIGBIAN-FI' i e n d s h i p Club 2-3-45 GAC. Club 3-45 Shore Breeze Staff 2-3-45 Prom Committee 35 Year Book Statt 45 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play 4. 65' as Roy ,LARICK-SClllUl' l'lay 4. BIARY MEUNIIQR-lf1'ienclsliip Club 3-45 Student Council 45 Secretary 45 t.i..1X.C. Club 3-4. lQo11ER'i' joutssrox - President of Class 33 Class Treasurer 15 Class Secretary 25 NVrestling 2-3-45 Foot- ball l-4g Track 25 Glee Club Z-3-45 Student Council 45 Vice l'resident 45 l'ron1 Committee 35 National llonor Society 4. QEERTRUDE KOPP -- Transferred from John Hay 35 Friendship Club 4. BILL STEVENSON-'Iil'2lCk Mana- ger 4. GRACE ROBERTSQGICC Club 2-3-4. HARRY STERKEI.-TTHCIC 3-45 Shore Breeze Statt 2-3-45 Band 1-2-3-45 Year Book Statt 4. litlfla' 1111 Rosle 'FliK.'XYlC--StllClCIll Council l. libwixmm YE111 .'XL1p,x IQORVIQR-Orchestra 2: Glee Club 3--lg G..-lX.C. Club 3-43 Year Book Staff -li Senior Play 4. BiI.L CLARK-Glee Club 1-2-3--ll Football 3--lg Track 1-2-3--lg Baseball 23 Student Council -lg Vllrestling 3. IQLLICN CIIANNELI,-Glee Club 1-2- 3-45 Friendship Club 3. PHILIP COULSON - Baseball 2-4 Football 2. BIARY BUCAR - Glee Club 2-3-4 Friendship Club 23 Senior Play -l. ,,lllll' ffll DON. XLD Slxcl xm Advertising, Lomnnttce 3 4 Dcbatc feani 3 4 'speech Qontebt 3 4 EAN NIr7xrR Flee Club 17 3 4 Fllcnclsbip Club 3 ARTHLR XEIP Class Tieasurer Track 3 'XRLINF IXOFIP Glee Club 734 Flank BLATTAL Band 3 4 Bizrzriu Tonicu Glec Club 7 AIFRFD Ocnxir Oicbestia 1 7 4 'hack 3 -l 14? ----gv l 2 1 ' ' - ., ' Q. lg i' , ---5 GAC. Club 33 A Cappella Choir 3. Li l l ll i "' ' ' i I i 9 " , i - - --3-4. i l l X i . . .' ---3- 1 1 3' ' ' . ' BENSON BLACKII2 - NX'restling 2-3- 45 Student Council l-2-3--lt National Honor Society 45 Senior Play 4. RUTH GROVE-Glee Club l-2-3--ll Friendship Club 2: Shore Breeze Staff 1-25 G.A.C. Club 3. JEAN BARTLETT-T r a n s f e r r e cl from Andrews 25 Friendship Club 2- 3-45 G.A.C. Club 4. MARGARET RAY-Glee Club 2-3-4: Advertising Committee 3-4: Friend- ship Club 3-45 Secretary -lg G.A.C. Club 3. lX'.llARGARET AICIQEON - Friendship Club 2-3-4. RUTH JEHLICKA-Glee Club 45 Or- chestra 1-25 Friendship Club 3-4. JAMES FITZGERALD-BZ1SliClIlJ21ll 3-45 Baseball 2-45 XVrestling 25 Track 2. 'B 4 F W ... IQATIIERI NIE HoENE - Traiisferred from Ridgefield Park 25 Student Conn- cil 35 G.A.C. Club 45 Prom Commit- tee 35 Friendship Club 3-45 Shore Breeze Staff 4. FLOYD PERRY BETTY ,FUCKER - Friendship Club 3-45 G.A.C. Club 3-4. EDITH lfL7ZNIIi-QTf8.l1SfCY1'6Cl from East High 35 Friendship Club 2-3-45 Glee Club 3-45 G.A.C. Club 3-4. ANTONIA GERJEVIC - Glee Club 2-3-45 G.A.C. Club 3. NIARTHA DRIVER - Transferred from West High 25 Friendship Club 43 Program Chairman -lg National Honor Society 45 Senior l'lay 4. HARRY QISERST-TT3llSfC1'l'Cil from Collinwood lg Glee Club 45 Manager for Basketball 4. Pllgl' 1'lL"Z'L'll l'1:.xx4'1cs 5Xll'l'll MIL-c Klub l-2-33 Urcllcstra 43 GUXC. Club 33 l"ricml- ship Club 2-3-43 Prcsiclcut 43 lutcr- club Cuuucil 33 Stuclcut Council 43 YL-zu' lluuk Stall' 43 .X Cappclla Clmu' 33 Natiuual lloum' Sucicly 41 Sl-uiur l'lz1v 4. lQl'SSlCl.l. l..x KlXl,XCIll.X --- Urcllestra l-2-3-4. li12'1"1'Y l':,u-:s--Class SL-cretary Z: l"1'u-mlslmip Club J-3-43 Secretary 33 .Xclx'c1'tisi11g Cmuuuttcc 3-43 Nzuilmal lllmm' 50ClK'ly 4. FRANK IAURICII - Basketball 3-43 Baseball 4. li1.1-:ANOR RI,'1'NIKLCrlt'C Club l-2- 3-43 lu Cast of "Pickles" 23 G..3X.C. Club 3-43 Year Book Staff 43 .-X Cappella Choir 3. ljll.l. XYICRTS--Sc11i4u' Play 4. lil-:'r'rY C-Rl'l'XliR+CllZlSS SL-C1'cta1'y l 2 l'lI'lCll!lSlllI3 Club 2-3-43 rl3l'L'ZlS1ll'C'l' 4 Clcc Club 2-3-43 lu Cast of "ll-llc ul llarcm-lfma"3 Cl..X.C. Club 3-4. llalfll' lh'l'lT'!' S'l'.xxl.l-:Y I'mbKlxlz-4-O1'cl1cst1'a 1-43 lilce Club 43 XV1'cstling 3-43 Year lluuli Staff 4. lCx'1-:mx Sa'111.1lc1q1-11: S'l'.XXI,l2Y SCH Mum 121.14 lxxfc lll.ASl2--fll'CllCSll'Z1 l-2- 3-43 liaurl l-2-3-43 Frieuclslup Club Z-3-4: G..X.C. Club 3-4: National Hrmm' Society 4. Cllillktjli 'l'L'1-1.x'-liaucl l-2-3-43 Or- chustra 2-3-4. l.1aNoRE IJUFI-'1liLu - G..'X.C. Club 3-4: Frieuclsllip Club 3-4. RICILXRIJ Comms-liaucl l-43 Or- chestra 2. IJOROTAIIY CASSON-FI'lCllClSl'1llJ Club 2-3-45 Treasurer 35 Class Vice Presi- dent lg Cf.A.C. Club 45 Glee Club U? , A -F 1,11 9- Pianist 4: National Honor Society 4: L LLUN ZMAN UMM H 3' Senior Play 4. 7 , v , .IE.XNNlE'I"l'l2 l,l'IK.'XR'l'-F1'lCllClSilllJ RAYMOND IAINUCAN-BaSe'Jal13'+ emi, 3-41 um Club 3-45 one. Club 3-4. X'IRGlNl.X FLOWER - Friendship Club 3-45 G..-X.C. Member 35 Shore f , . Breeze Stal? 4. BILL COWHN T,"F, ' -B1bll2-43 P-003,31 4'RXBmTO :ISL 3 ANNA CERJAN-GAC. Club 3-4. l AIARGARET IQAUSEK - F1-iendsliip N ELWOOD SULZER-TFHCIQ 3-43 PYOIH Club 2-3-4: Cvlee Club 45 Prom Com- 901111111390 3- mittee 3. LEE KELLY-Glce Club 3-4. 3 :LIAN15 MELoY4Frie11clsliip Club 2- CIQDOIEOTIIEA NAHRSTEDT - GAC. STANLEY PENGAL u . Pflfjt' f!Il.l'fl't'lI Gwicxnorix 'i'liRliY7SCllU0l Book- keeper 3--lg illee Club Z-3-4. IQOBERT AIAXVVELI. - Band 1-2g Glee Club 4: Student Council Z3 Senior Play 4. BERNADINE NORTON - Friendship Club .2-3--lg Year Book Staff 4. BILL BENTE-GICC Club 3--lg Band 1-23 Basketball 3-45 Student Council -lg Treasurer 43 Baseball 4. DORIs 13ROXN'N-G.A.C. Club 3-43 President -lg Friendship Club 1-2-3-43 Vice President 3g Student Council 4. RI'ssEI-I. BORIQER-Class Vice Presi- dent 3g Prom Committee 3. l':I,li.XNOR SCIIXVARZ - Prom Com mittee 33 Shore Breeze Staff 1-3-4' Glee Club 43 Friendship Club 3-4 Stage Scenery 3--lg Ci.xX.C. Club 3-4 Valedictorian 43 Year Book Staff 4 National Honor Society 4. l,l7.ll1' 4l'llIH'ft'l'lI X'E'1'Ifs SYRACUSE-fJl'Cl1CSt1'Zl 1-2- 3--lg Band 1-Z-3-45 Concert Master 3-4: National Honor Society -lg Senior 'lay -l. RITA VVALLACE EDWARD M EDVED ,IANET NAsoN-Friendship Club 2- 3-43 G.A.C. Club 3-43 Class Presi- dent lg Year Book Staff 4. BOR WARREN - Class Secretary 23 Senior Play 4. IQATHERINE SKROBAT - Friendship Club 45 Glee Club 3-4. IXAYMOND SCI-IULTZ DICK XVAL'rERs-Assistant Basket- ball Manager 2. EAN HEICK-Friendship Club 3'-4 Graduates whose pictures do not appear in the Year Book RUDOLPH IQRALL RAYMOND BROWNE -Transferred from Warsaw, New York 4g Basket- ball -lg Senior Play 4. GEORGE WILSON - Entered from JOE C1EszKo East High. Deceased March 20. PHILIP JORDAN ROSALIE CONRAD ROBERT STRANAHAN ROBERT CLIFFEL VVe wish to broadcast the fact that We have 1'6- ceived the usual contributions from the P.-TA. for the year book. We express our thanks for the continued co-operation of this Organization. Page fifteen ACH broadcast comes to you directly from the scene of ll popular eclucational 1LIlClCZVOLlS . . . Orchestra jane Blase Ramona Dunbar Earl Gregg Russell l,3.IUID3.ClllEl Alfred Ogilvie Stanley Potokar Bill Sinimermacher Frances Smith Yetus Syracuse George Tully Edward VVichern Dorothy Clark Band jane Blase Frank Blattau Dorothy Clark Arthur Nauth Harry Sterkel Vetus Syracuse George Tully Girls' Glee Club Boys' Glee Club Lillian Bluein Mary Bucar Dorothy Casson Betty Crampton Betty Critzer Antonia Gerjevich Eileen Ischay Ruth jehlicka Margaret Kausek Arline Koepp Alida Korver Edith Kusnik Jeannette Luikiirt jane Mattie Rosemary Melcher jean Mizner Angela Ucvirak Alvira Pattie Margaret Ray Grace Roberts june Rose Eleanor Rupnik Eleanor Schwarz Betty Stewart Bertha Toniich Adeline Trudeau Louise Witt VVillia1n Bente john Buerkel Williaiii Clark Clyde Hooker Allen Hulsman Bob Johnston Lee Kelly James Mattie Bob Maxwell Harry Qberst Bill Sinnnerniacher Clyde Steele Bob Tucker Bob VVarren OVV-the lfrienclship Club under the direction of Miss Campbell, presents its members who have been active in many social, cultural and charitable projects. Presidents ..... Ivlift' Pr6.r1'f1lc'11l .. Trcaszfrrr .... Svrrrfary ........ Prograzn CS1IlII'I'IIll'l1 Inter-Club Council .lean Bartlett jane Blase Lillian Bluem Iclainae Brigman Doris Brown Dorothy Casson Betty Crampton Betty Critzer Martha Driver Lenore Duffield Virginia Flower Jean Heick Katherine Hoene Susan Hughes Officers Members Ruth Jehlicka Margaret Kausek Gertrude Kopp Bclitli Kusnik Jeannette Luikart Margaret McKean Jane Mattie Rosemary Melcher jane Meloy Mary Mihelich Dorothy Moffet Mary Muenier -lestine Meyers Janet Nason SMARGARET STEARNS QFRANCES SMITH . .ADELINIQ 'FRIYIJIQAL' . . .Doizorny CASSON ...NAIARGARET RAY SBETTY CRAMPTON ' llVlARTIIA DRIVER .......LOL'ISE XVITT Bernadine Norton Alvira Pattie Betty Plies Margaret Pokolie Margaret Ray June Rose Eleanor Rupnik lileanor Schwarz Frances Smith Margaret Stearns Betty Stewart Adeline Trudeau Betty Tucker Louise XVitt gt' svtwil We now turn ou over to our Sportscaster . . . Basketball Shore was again successful in capturing the Eastern Confer- ence Crown this year which made it live times in the last six for this accomplishment. Gut of the last 42 li. C. games the Admirals have played they have won 38 of those games, losing only four, which is a record any coach can be proud of. The only time in the last five years Shore has not been Conference Champs they were runners up and were only defeated by a close margin. Shore has an enviable record this year. They threw the ball through the enemy's hoop for 323 points while their opponents only scored Zlfv markers. W ,lim Mattie was captain until February and Hill Simmermaclier led the team for the rest of the season and as they were the only two letter men returning this year, they were important cogs in the championship machine. VVithout the services of Buzz Bente, james Fitzgerald, John Buerkel, Tom Hayes and Ray Browne, the team would have been in a had way. There were no individual stars on this year's quintet. lt was pure team work that landed the Admirals on top. Each man was as important as the next. Coach Ford Case has Art Lep- pert, Graham Mower, Bill Hoene and Frank Crockett, and Carl Carlson to build his team around next year. EARL BOLLENBACH ER - Com- monly called "Bolly." He was captain of the football eleven. leader of the wrestling squad and a star catcher for the nine. Shore is proud of his position on the all suburban eleven. JAMES MATTIE-Better known as "Brother" Mattie. He spent two years with the football squad and three years around the bas- ketball quintet. In his last year, he was captain of the five and received honorable mention on the all-suburban football team. BILL S1MMERMAcHER-"Sim- my," basketball an d football player, was out of the football line-up in his junior year, due to a shoulder injury. He was on the Varsity line-up for three years and was captain of the quintet in his last year. BILL CLARK - Versatile foot- ball man and fast man on the track. He assisted Mr. Case at coaching during the football sea- son. HARRY STERKEL-'W as a track man. In his Junior year and Senior year he won a bronze track shoe in the public hall. TONY FRABATTO-His athletic talents were unknown to Shore- ites until his Senior year, when he appeared as a regular on the eleven. He also received honor- able mention on the all-suburban team. BENSON BLACKIE- Is called "Bud" by his friends, and ap- peared on the wrestling squad for two years. CLYDEHINIUGSIEU STEELE-The cheer leading athlete appeared as a wrestler for one year and was declared City Champ in the 135 pound class in his Senior year. ELVVOOD SULZER-nBI'OIT1O,H a distance star on the cinder oval and in the district meet last spring he received a silver medal. JOHN BUERKEL - johnny was a three sport-man. He displayed his merits in basketball, football, and track. He was most out- standing in football and track. BILL BENTE-"Buzz" as he is better known, made varsity bas- ketball in his senior year. He also displayed his talents on the dia- mond. STAN POTOKAR-A wrestler in his senior year, did much to help the grapplers during his stay at Shore. BOB JOHNSTON-A grappler for two years and made a fine showing for himself as a loyal son of Shore. JAMES FITGERALD-"Fitz" as he is called by his Pals, did not appear on the Varsity basketball team until his senior year. He was a guard, played an excellent floor game, and scored his share of the points. RAY BROWN-Ray is a new- comer to Shore and did not be- come eligible until the last half of his senior year when he proved an important cog in the basket- ball machine and is expected to play on the baseball team. Wrestling In all the years wrestling has been known to Shore, the Ad- mirals, under Mr. Pohto's super- vision have never failed to estab- lish themselves as title contenders. The Seniors were Well repre- sented on this year's wrestling squad. The four seniors were Benson Blackie, Clyde Steele, Captain Bollenbacher and Bob Johnston. Clyde Steele last year established himself as a City Champ in the 135 pound class. Football Shore again established it- self as a title contender on the gridiron this year. This is the first time in Shore's history that any gridder was named on any honorary team. Earl Bollen- bacher, co-captain, received this honor by being named on the all- suburban eleven. The other co- captain, James Mattie, and Tony Frabatto, a new man in Shore athletics, also won honorable mention on the same team. Coach Case will lose six of his regulars through graduation. Page nineteen 1-4' ,.. , 1 '4 ,. L ,gf An Ia. Luigi , . paw H la 5 gn lu hun Autographs 4 V' rr, ,AVA I ,T .' 31 W . Q lk 5 f K -5. . V gf Q r .V gk... A V 1 - 'X .SV H .V , V V Vw' .x X V. .A .1 Vwg 5 w Q Smx'-x, ga V VV: 'V ':,e.' ' Www. K " f QV. V 3 j Q3 . 'J .V 7' ,V -V-5, 'A V.. 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The lltchen seems to be pres1ded over by George Tully the all Amerlcan chaff who has as h1s able asslstants V1Yg1HlH Flower Lenore Dufheld Al1da Ixorver DICK Cook and Theresa Z1v1ch Managlng the d1shwash1ng crew IS Martha Dr1ver Some of the guests are arr1v1ng and among the very first IS the 1nter11at1onally known speed k1ng Bob Tucker w1th h1s l'I'lGLllaHlC Roy Lar1ck Rose TCKHVIC the toast of PHTIS for her anesthetlc danclng now enters w1th Duke Floyd Perry The n1a11 1n umform IS Benson Blackle head of the coast guards VV1th hlm 15 ean11ette Lulkart who IS now w1th the Metropolltan L1fe Insurance Co Well known men about town Russell Bolger and Frank Blattau are closely followed by successful buslness g1rls Frances Smlth Margaret Pokohc LOIS Leppert Betty Tueker Cather1ne Skrobot and Gwendolyn Terry Donald Sm cla1r the radlcal speaker has some trouble gettlng IH but IS finally adm1tted Here comes the mad SC1CIlllSt Earle Gregg test tube 1n one hand a11d camera ln the other and h1s noble ass1stant Stanley Schm1dt Strlke us plnk 1f lt 1snt Ray Fuerst and h1s N1ne str1ke out baseball team composed of Clyde Hooker Fdwln Bochel Edward Yelp Art Nauth Lee Kelly Dxck Walters B1ll Steven son Melvm Azman and ames Fltzgerald commg to Joln the fun Much of the merr1ment has been provlded for thls even1ng by the generosxty of the two m1ll1ona1res B111 S1mmermacher and Ray Browne who made fortunes from steam heated b1rd cages and squlrtless grapefrult patents une Rose the town s lead1ng photographer enters Wlth a Camer 011 her shoulder SOITl6lJOCly s Pommeraman got Ill 111 SpltC of all the XV3.ltCI'S but dog catcher Art Yelp soon had the SllILl3.t1OIl under control So would Idamae Bflgllian 1f anyone should say IS there a doctor 1n the house? Red VVllllE:lIl1S DOlltlC3l boss of Podunk arr1ves followed by hungry office seekers lenore T1ffany B111 Bente Bob Maxwell Ruth ehl1cka and Stanley Pengal The SHOOIDY press 19 represented bv lou1se VV1tt reporter off and on on Harry Sterkel s Bad 'Xlews Gertrude Kopp energetlc pohcewoman sneakes 1n mth detectwe Blll Clark of Backlandyard to attempt a roundup of the notorlous Smoke rmg composed of Bob Warre11 Ruth Grove Grace Roberts Joe CICZSKO Fllen Channell Betty Phes lQOS'lllC Conrael and Bmll Cowm Fleanor Schwarz has been busy sketchmg Celillfltleq for the mornmg LCllt1OI'l of the Bad News wh1le Pob ohnston Frank laur1ch Dorothea Nahrstedt ean M1zner and George WllSOll have just danced and danced Margaret Mclxean Margaret Ray and Dorothy Casson are so busy mth tllell' work to reform flammg youth all over the country that they just managed to get here as your announcer slgns off We now turn you over to stat1o11 G O O D l U C K VVltl'l the best of wlshes - 11 1 V" I :. . -. ,- ,, .- 1 .. . , 1 1. . ., e e e 1 .Q . . , . . - . . 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' 7 1 . , . . , . . 1 .... , . ng 1- We Pause a Moment for Station nnouncement ASTLE-BOTTOM CREAM presents Major Steele and his amateurs! "All right, all right. The Castle-bottom amateur show welcomes you to an- other of its yearly performances, with the amateurs of the evening selected by the wheel of fortune. Around and 'round she goes, and where she stops, nobody knows. First on the program this evening we want to introduce some of the men behind the scenes of our show, particularly the gong-keeper, Ed Ryder, and the man who takes care of the static, Floyd Overacre. Our first entertainer from the ranks of the amateurs is a little girl from the sunny south, Rosemary Melcher, singing "O Promise Me." Then we have several tried and true recipes from the kitchen of an amateur housewife, Zelda Newman. Following Zelda is a self- acclaimed ssensation in the form of Earl Bollenbacher, in an act that has caused loud comment in his native state, for he will spin a baby grand piano on the in- dex finger of his right hand. The winsome miss next to approach the platform is .lane Mattie, who will give a reading of the "Charge of the Light Brigade." Next on the program we have a little lad who has practiced diligently on his axelphone until he has become quite proficient, none other than Bob Stick. To turn to a more intellectual type of entertainment, Alvira Patti will give a short talk on a woman's viewpoint of football, which will be followed by a startling series of acrobatic exercises by Matilda Miese. Succeeding this, John Wightnian will croon a few love songs in his best Bing Crosby style. Following, some origi- nal poems will be read by Angela Ocvirak, and Josephine Hribar, commonly known as "Chatterbox," will entertain in her field of comedy. A Jews Harp solo will next be rendered by Adeline Trudeau, late of the Philadelphia Symphony Orches- tra, and then Mauris Mac Williams will demonstrate in his own inimitable style, various forms of snoring, which are apparently well-known to him. At this time, Dorothy "Shirley Temple" Moffet will perform in a song and dance act, and then Virginia Chance will give an interesting talk on "How to Raise a Family of Eight on Fifteen Dollars a VVeek." Lillian Bluem, traveler and lecturer, will sing several German folk songs. At this point, we pause to hear from Lady Castle-bottom Mihelich, who will tell you why you should try her face cream to insure a silky smooth complexion. The latest gossip and scandal of the city's night life will then be revealed by that scion of the night clubs, James Parisi. Following this, Betty Stewart will demonstrate her skill at bouncing spoons into a glass of any size, weight. or description, and Pearl NValtermire, the queen of old maids, will give a talk on the raising and feeding of cats,-alley and Persian. Then Margaret Stearns will sing "Chloe" in her most passionate manner, followed by impersonations of stage and screen celebrities by James Mattie. Dorothy Clark is next on the program with a tap dance in the Powell-Keeler fashion, and John Buerkel will give a guaranteed interesting talk on "How to Capture a Maiden's Heart in Six Easy Lessons." Eileen Ischay, who is a candidate for this year's Pulitzer Prize, will dramatize the last act of her hit play, and then two aspiring opera singers, Betty Crainpton and Bob Stranahan, will sing "Listen to the Mocking Bird." The adventures of Popeye the sailor man will be sung by Philip Jordan, and to con- clude the program the hostess of station B-L-A-H, Margaret Maloney, will give a short talk encourging you to come up and see us sometime. litltlt' f'Zt't'Ill-Y-I Page lzeczily-foiu' Things We Will Always Remember Freshman Year How we admired all the seniors, especially the football players! Frances Smith's collection of leaves for Biology which Mr. Spangler never would be equaled. The biggest thrill in the week, the tag dances Friday afternoons. Lois Leppert and Doris VVeir fighting over Dick Finan. insisted Alida liorver won a silver loving cup for a statue she made. Donald Sinclair got his name in the Breeze for his debating. Margaret Ray cut her long curls. The two presidents were Margaret Stearns and Janet Nason. Mr. Richardson was the mid-year class sponsor, and set many freshies' hearts a-flutter. Sophomore Year At the mid-year class party Miss Coekerill let her hair down. Betty Plies fell over backward during the Friendship Club's play at an assembly. Russell Yochim and his brother Bob left for California. The Quien Sabe Club began and ended. Quite a few Sophs were thrilled with bids to the Prom. At the June class' annual party the fellows played cards room and the girls danced on the other. Bob Tucker and Lois Leppert fell down at the same party. Ray Fuerst and Margaret Stearns presided over the classes. on one side of the Junior Year Miss Williams, alias "The Matchmaker," brought Earle Gregg and Dorothy Davies together during registration. Betty Critzer had the measles. At the G.A.C. banquet, strawberry shortcake was spilled on Louise VVitt's back. The ABC Club still had meetings pretty regularly. Bill Simmermacher got all broken up during football practice. Idamae Brigman, Virginia Flower, and Betty Critzer told tall tales at the Friendship Club supper. Our Spanish Prom was the best one to be held at Shore. Betty Stewart breaking dishes in "Good News." Senior Year Margaret Stearn's reflection in the mirror during the Senior Play. "Mugsie" Steele trying to memorize his lines for the play. The mid-year graduating class going "Alpine" for their banquet. Shore gets their first talking pictures and from the profit has a series of un- usual assemblies. "Bolly" getting second place in the A.A.U. Parade sponsored by the Council-rain made the colors run. Official Photographer and Publisher Chesshire Studios, Cleveland, Ohio nf. b 'J K Q4 1 ' 5 1 v gl 9' ' n. f ' , -4 K .,-1!.4." .'.+g.'2. N tlrxl . '. I w' K, 'W .. J':QI'J.N4n'Q'3"'3Q1gw" '., ,' 1 "" I ' 'I X '13,-., .vh.,Q ., ,,1'.,,.fx 1 1 1 V ' I' 'J 'I 'N 10 ' ' . 'lm " f c Q s A ' ' A V Q f Y l I, ', usa: N4 x I ' I ' . 'wi' L 1 'V 4 :ini A ' xx a, I .H . L rl .IO Ad 'QSM , , ul 'lw'3'x"p f" ' , . 1 .., ' f an '12 ' L 1 .'01 .u ,p. I "SI ,rm ' 1 . ! A ' 1 , , v r 96, 'lb .'r..n'i?u. + 1 if-' 1 .a .. I O 1 K 9 1 . ma, . .' -,j . ' M, - I , .. 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