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

 - Class of 1938

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X r Q AtXnXI','fE" n A :XXX ,fX,X , .11 - -, , 'vw ,my J.3,1L-'Y ,, A 1. ,, -,W fn f . H .' 1 ',, '1' V1 .M ' 'g XI X 'ff,'4'?1' 1 -, A 9 ,1 "V,f. ,,f',, J 1 ' 'I X' ,.,X I 1 ff I , f . X! P - ll A v 1 1 ', ' '14 I r . 51,9 . .1 Q3 .,. 1 1, 1, ,. ,, 'A X f'- Aa' ',' X I v X , 'J rg I 'w 2,1 -1,1 1 - I .. Xl'. x , ,r , ,, ,, ' L X H ,, A 1 1 'f' fn ' r . , , , X 4 . , , . . A .x, , I U l X J .,X , , . . . N f N , . 7 . V .f Q , e, I , . , .X ,,x PRESENTNNG 1938 G BCD CDF S S SHCDRE In aopreeiahon of our advisers Miss fxingworih and Mr. Schwegier, whose genial peisonaliiy and splendid co- operafion have been our guiding ligh+ Through The voy- Ni age oi our senior year, we, Jrhe Qiass of 1938 sincerely and graiefuliy dechcaie "The Log." a A ad DZ: in ix? 'Q' SI-IIP Al-ICDVH Anchor's Aweigh .... ropes are cur--rhe ship is free! We sel sail in Seplem- 'Der on a voyage which will evenlually 'ralce us To "Memory Isle". We were forlun- ale in having an excellenf group of well 'rrained officers and a "hale and hear'ry" crew +o Jralce us safely on our cruise. l-lere, in 'rhe Log-book, have been recorded 'rhe ioys, slruggles, sforms and calms Through which we have passed. ln years lo come may il recall many pleasanl mem- ories for you. Wilh 'rhis we say "Bon Voyage". 'we rm.- X X f Q f X - WW X X 6 6 SHORE as .SHORE THLETICS POIUS OF CALL A FOOTBALL ADMIN I6 TRAUON QASKETQALL PRWCQPAL A551aTANTPR,,,CIp LWB RW 51C FACULTY ENT QRCHESTRA H SES CWS AS CL 551-UQRS ACTIVITIES Juusoag sruozwr CO som-somongs mzvsarssuwg FRESH MEN FRIENDSHIP CLUB L06 LOG BDA Fo ED AL U 5' Q6 KL. J , 4' fy M l G4 'f 4 , If f Wwmmn., il Faculty www JS? INTRQDUCING . f'ADfvlli2AL ' GTQCDVERH Gracluahng Class Shore I-ligh School Euclid, Qhio CongraTulaTions and good luclf. Car- ry banner oT Shore wiTh you. Tal4e pride in ily l-lold iT high and never be un- worThy oT iT. LeT iT always remind you oT Three Things: To be courTeous, lcind and undorsTanding as a genTleman3 To conTinue The social grovvTh Through good liTeraTure, drama, and group acTiviTies3 and To digniTy vvhaTever labor or worlc you are doing Tor a living. Through Thcsa Three, develop a signiTicanT, rich, and spiriTual liTe. VViTh besT wishes. E. C. GROVER. SuperinTendenT. AND THE "EXECUTIVE STAFF" You young people whom we have Tried To nurTure in The besT TradiTions oT Ameri- can liTe are now passing Trom our conTrol To conTronT The real problems oT living in a Troubled world. Do noT be discouraged-The world has passed Through many Trou- bles. Do noT shrinlc Trom The TighT. Qnly The brave really achieve. Do noT com- promise on principles. For eThics and morals are The Tinal yard sTiclcs OT men's OpInlOl'T. CulTivaTe Triendliness and Tolerance Towards all wiTh whom you meeT. Judge oThers genTly. Judge yourselT harshly. Do noT wasTe Time-Tor Time is The raw maTerial of our lives. Take God wiTh you in The TaiTh ThaT all Things are possible To you Through l-lis benelficence and grace. THE BOARD OE EDUCATION. X S4 ' T Pay 0 Sixr WIT!-I QUT? CAPTAIN . 'RY T 7 S Dear C5racluaTes, Your liTe voyage now carries you TarTher inTo a Truly greaT world. As you map your own course may iT be in The direcTion OT ThaT which is good and noble. May liTe be brighTer and civilizalion beTTer because oT your in Tluence. Then you will have served well The obligaTions oT a grand heri Tage. LEQNARD E. LOOS. . AND l-IIS "FIRST MATEH May This Year Book always be a re minder oT Tine Triendships and asso- ciaTions oT your high-school days. Treasure Them well Tor passing years will prove Them among The mosT ioys ous oT your lives, and we TrusT ThaT They will be The basis Tor a long and useTul liTe Tor each member of The class. STANLEY L. Wl-TITESIDE. Page Seven K. D Tl-IE REST if Miss Gill . . . "Did you liear llwe wliislle, girls?" . . . Mr. Oldl , . . "Our illuslralive oldsler" . . . Miss Crone "We musl sell all 'flue bars Today" . . . Mr. Dolson . . . "And a lwusli fell over llie audience" . . . Mr. Sclmwegler . .. Ulf really doesn"r make any difference To me, buf" . . . Mr. Raish . . . "Orcl'ues+re will slarl promplly al eiqlwl olcloclcw . . . Mr. Redmon . . . "We'll liave a lillle review lodayu . . . Mr. Sclwmidl . . . "Gee, i+'s only 'rliird period and l'm lwungry already" . . . Mrs. Wilson . . . i'Surely, l'll lmelp you" . . . Mr. Case your showers for 'flue Prom . . . "Well. you can go 'ralce now, boy-y-sf' OF Tl-IE SI-IIP'S CDFFICERS www" ' ' hoooww' L ooooooone. noooooocu If Mr. Angene . . . "Seriously now," . . . Miss Pelers . "You're nor pulling anylrhing over on me." . . . ss Meyers . . . "Easy, isn'l il?" . . . Mr. Spangler . . . you illusrrious seniors don'+ slop lallcing-" Mr. Vac- i . iello . . . Hlnlroducing-lhe man abouf school." . . . .X ss Davis . . . "Do l look lilce l'm reacling?" . . . Mr. Jghn . . . "Wha+'s your solulion +o lhis problem?" . Mr. Pohlo "Exhibi+ A' '... Mr. Baumer . . . "lsn'+ if book upside down, Mr. Baumer? '... Miss Sugar . . . fould you lilce 'ro have me help you find some+hinq?" WHS HAVE GUIDED 'N Mr. l'linch ...' 'Smile for lhe man novvl' '... Miss Darsl . . . "I'lI show you how i+'s clone." Mr. Swackharn- mer . . . "We won"r go 'fill you slop 'rallcingf' . . . Miss Pierson . . . "ls 'rhal a lad?" Miss Aingworlh . . . "No lime lo slopf '... Miss Woodworlh ...' 'Willing lo ac- commodalef i... Miss Lemon ...' 'So 'rhis is lor The 'Annuallm '... Miss Chandler ...' 'Boysl Slay away from The windowsf '... Mr. Philips . . . "Well, whal do you +hinlc?" . . . Miss Bricker . . . "Oh, Dear!" SUR Sl-HP TCD PGRT Miss Vernon . . . "Now is llfie assignmenl clearrr?" Miss Henderson . . . "Wl1a+ is llie name ol your year- book?" . . . Mr. Wlwileside . . . "Well, now, I'Il lell youl' '... Miss Campbell . . . "La+e-wlwaf is il llmis lime?" Miss Williams . . . "ll's lier magnelic person- ali+y.' '... Mr. Fusselman . . . "l+'s Jrlwe arlisl in him." . . . Miss Rosenloerger "l+'s cleanliness llial counlsf' . . . Mr. Seybold . . . "Qur masler crallsmanf' . . . Miss Tneller . . . "Two days overdue,+l1a+'llcos+you" .. 7 3 Z: X lg E '-Lg 3 9- pr' LIGI-ITS CAMERA ACTICDNI x 1 The masfcr and his work . . . Reserved? . . . Don? iSiray" away . . . I'r's his bei The "Indians" win Today K ...i 'How i'a Ifke To love me?' '... The Jrhinker . . . An- '- ofher "Milan" he'H be all in . . . windew-shopping . . . Rippling Rhy+hm . . . They "lab" if ue in Physics . . 21 fs- F. fb' as F1 1-1-1-1-1 l -Q 275 qgff V91 vig- niors - j AH! Tl-IECREW! JANUARY CLASS Presidenl ,...4 ,...., D . Rolh Vicc-Presidenl . M. Krupifzer Secrelary ..... . . B. Moore Treasurer. . , ,r.. F. Barina DON ROTH Seniors . . . heads up . . . a piciure ol solennniiy and gracious dignily-well sonneiimes . . . Whai a busy year, fhere was so much aciivily, senior piclures, an- nual, rings, prom, play, gradualion services and banguels . . . Whal a vivid pari 'rhey played in our lives as Seniors. You lcnow, we feel ihai 'rhe experiences in high school have been worih all The work and siudy . . . XVe planned on graduaiion, buf, now 'rha'r i+'s aciually 'rime lo go, we, well, raiher regrel leaving . . . ll's a gay and ye'r melancholy farewell we bid Shore, wirh Jrhal ever presenl Thought "Tonigh+ we launch, where shall we anchor?" JUNE CLASS Presidenl . . . A. Roosma Vice-Presideni, , , ,W. Boclcel Secreiary . M. J. Coogan Treasurer .J. Sievenson l,lljlt' Fnilrfri - l JANUARY CLASS FRANK BARINA . . . always lirsl class like a Rolls' Royce . . . Sludenl Council 3, 4: Foolball Man- ager 4: Class Treasurer 45 Dance Club 3, 4: Nalional Honor Sociely. WAYNE BLACK ...as nice as spice... Transferred from Easl Tech 3' Cho' rus 3: Dancing Club 4. CHARLES BOWLES ...an alhlele no one can beal . .. Hi-Y 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Wresllinq I, 2. 3, 4. FRANK CROCKETT . . . as a fullback he's a cracker- iack . . . Foolball I, 2, 3, 4i Track I, 3, 4i Bas- kelball I, 2: Wresllinq 3: Hockey 4, Sludenl Council l, 2, 3i Band I, 2, 37 Prorn Cornrnillee 3: Annual Sfail 44 Bree:e S+aI'l 4: Presidenr of Hi-Y 4. DORINDA ERB . . . as aslonishinq as shes adrnon- ishing . . . Operelfa I, 2: Glee Club l, 27 Friend- ship Club 2, 3: Social Dancing 4. RICHARD FOWLER . . . i+'s 'flue Irulh he's so smoolh .. Cheerleader I, 2. JACK GRANEY ...asqarneasallarne... Transferred from Calhedral Lalin 47 Foolball 4. WA LTER BARLAG . . . no slrile in his Iile . . . Glee Club 2: Qperella 2: Dance Club 27 Hi-Y 45 Senror Play 47 Fencing Club 3 ALBERT BOLON . . . heis quile, quile all riqhl . . Band I, 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 3Z Foolball 2, JOHN CHASE . . . when he airs, lhe house he packs . . . Baskelbali I, 2: Baseball 3, 4: Senic. Play 4: Golf Team 4, Hi-Y 4. KENNETH CRQZIER . . .as dashy as he's llashy , . . Glee Club 21 Operella Qi A Capr-ll., Choir 37 Chorus 4: Dranwalirs Club 4 FLORENCE FABER . . . Sheis demure and rnalure . . . Frierdship Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 4 JANE FRANTZ . . . wilh fhe pride oi a bride . . . Ad Commillee 2, 3, 4: Presidenl 4: Operella I, 2: Glee Club I, 23 Friend- ship Club 2' Shore Breeze 2: Annual Slall 4. MARGARET GNIDOVEC ..,v1iTh grace like lace . . . Friendship Club 2 3: Dancing Club 4. S 1 'f ,. 'f 3 M7 I x -es' 9 f E: Q ,Is Q! , 'Qi L. ,4-uv 5 is . L in ' .N- - G! Qi 9' N GEORCE HERKNER . . . as Irnobby as a bobby . . Dancing Club 4. GEORGE KINNAMON . . .everyone hinls he's a prince .. I-liAY 4: Class Treasurer I, 3: Band 2, 3: Annual Slarl 4: Freshman Fool- ball I. MARION KRUPITZER . . .as a vamp, shes a champ... Ad Commillee 2, 3. 4' Class Secree Iary I: Class Vice Ries. 2. 3: Sluden' Cour.cil 4: Senior Play 4: Dancing Club 4: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3: Friendship Club 2, 3: Annual Slall 4' Shore Breeze 3. ED LORD . . . as illuslrious, as induslrious Glee Club I, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Robed Choir 4. ROSE MESGEE . . . nol lo larry, buf marry . . . Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Knilling Club 3: Dancing Club 4: Sludenl Council 3, 4: Presidenl 4' Annual SIaI'l 4: Prom Commillee 3: Shore Breeze 2: Nalional Honor Sociely MARTHA MUHVIC . . . her lingers on Ihe keys never Tail 'ro please . . . Glee Club 2, 3: Orcheslra 3. 4: Danc ing Club 3, 4. GERALDINE NORRIS ...asIrueasbIue... Chorus 3: Aufo Drivers Club 4. THELMA HERMAN ...her appeal is so real . .. Prom Commillee 3: Designing Club 4. LILLIAN KOIVIAN . lhe heighl ol delighl . . . Friendship Club 2, 3: Glee Club I, 2, 3. 4: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Operelfa 2, 3: Dancing Club 4: Class Secretary 2. MARIE LIPOVEC ...as iolly asadally Sludenl Council I, 4: Shore Breeze 4: Dancing Club 4: Narional I-Ionor So- qiely: Prom Cornmilree 3. ROBERT MACDOUGALL . . . Ihe elile are af his feel . . Dancing Club 4. BETTY MOORE , , , iI's nol deniable, shes relia- ble... Sludenl Council 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3. 4: Opere++a 2. 3: A Capella Choir I, 2, 3: Prom Cornmiflee 3: G.A.C. 2. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Dancing Club 4: Class Vice-Presidenl I: Class Secrefary 3, 4: Senior Play 4: N5- Iional I-Ionor Sociefy. MARGARET NOCI-I . . . one can'+ delile her sryle . Dancing Club 4: G,A.C. 2. LENA PASSERALLO . . . one can depend on such a friend . . . Cvlee Club I: Friendship Club 2, 3 4' G.A.C. 2, 4: Shore Breeze 4. ETI-IEL PECK . , . as prelry as she's willy . . . Sfudeni Council I: G.A.C. 3, 4: Prom Commillee 3. RAY RAPP . . . as scienfilic as he's Terrific Foolball 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Wreslling 3: Fencing Club 4: Annual Slal-I 4: V. Pres. of Aeronaulical Club 4. GEORGE ROCEWICKY . . . he's a dandy. iusl like candy .. Sluclenf Council 4: Dancing Club 3, 4: Baskefball I, 3. MIKE ROTI-I ...as dancy as he's prancy . . . Track I, 2, 3. 4: Slage Manager 4: Dancing Club 4. JUANITA SCI-IULTZ . i+'s lragical she's so magical , ,, Friendship Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: 6.A.C. 2. 4' Operella 2: Dancing Club 4: Senior Play 4, JOI-IN SPEIDEI. ...asmuchlunasapun... Wreslling 2, 3. 4: Capfain 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Foofball 4: Baseball 4: Sludenf Council 3. MARY STRNAD . . as safislying as shes graliiy- ing . . . Sfuden+ Council 3. 4: Nafional Honor Sociery' Friendshio Club 4: Dancing Club 4' Salulalorian 4. GUY PIl.l.A . . . his hear+'s sei on arl . . . Golf Team 3: Foolball I: Track I, 4: Presidenf ol Ari Club 3: V. Pres. En- gineers' Club 4: Ad Commiifee 4: Glee Club 2, 3. JACK RAY . . . always dressy. never messy . . . Hi-Y 3, 4: I-lockey 4: Sludenl Council 3, 4: Class Treasurer 3. 4. DON ROTI-I ...as wise as his eyes... Sludenl Council I: Class Presiclenl 2, 4: Debaling Team I, 2: Senior Play 4: Nalional Honor Sociely: Valecliclo- rian 4: Annual Slaicl 4: Camera Club 4. ELVVOOD SAWITKE . . . as suave as mauve . . . Band 3: Orchesfra 2, 3. 4: I-li-Y 4: Fencing Club 3: Dancing Club 3: Dance Band 4, JACK SELEPAK ...hes Ihe prime ol Ihe sublime. EVELYN STIGERS . . . her wishes are delicious . . Friendship Club 2. 3: Ad Commi+Iee 3. 4' Dancing Club 4: A Capella Choir 2: Glee Club I, 2, 3: Chorus 3, 4: Operella I, 2. VIRGINIA WASEL . . . colossal iS lhe word lor . Wasel .. Friendship Club 2, 3, 47 Dancing Club 4: Chorus 3. 4: Annual SMH 4' Shore Breeze 4. 'F lj., .,. Q , v 'T' IOM W'ATERWASl-l JEAN WEINERT . . . when il cafes lo speed, lie . . . as lascinaling as sl'ie's capili- VGLGS lhe lead . . . valing . .. Basl-efball I, 2, 3. 4' Golf 4: Hi-Y 4, Fiieridslwip Club 3. 4: GJNC. 47 Glee Club 4: Chorus 3: Dancing Club 4, MARY WIGHTMAN FRED ZELLE ...wi+l'i +l'ie sign oi auld lang .. . a rnyslery like liislory . . . syne . . . Basleefball 2, 3: Manager 3: Foofball Friendship Club 4. 4: Dancing Club 3. 4. Mx .1ig I' 4 . ' -al, 'g,, . ' "' 14 .-- N., -' -.Y--air' ET.. '+ L. .f .UF-,..- Pug: Eighrrnt JUNE JACK BLUEM . . . among his llowers. he'll spend hours . . . Orcheslra l, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Robed Choir 4: Prom Commillee 3: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Popular Orcheslra 3. MARJORIE BOLZ . . . il's incomprehensible lhal she's so sensible . . . Junior Knilling Club 3: Friendship Club 4: Business Eliquelle Club 4. ROBERT BUTLER . . . wilh his nules he gels our voles . . . Band 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Royal l-linchmen 3, 4' Camera Club 4. BETTY CARSON . . . wilh rhymes al all limes . . . Ole-e Club I, 2, 3: Friendship Club 2: Camera Club 4: Ad Commillee 3. MARY JO COOGAN . . . il's alarming, she's so charm- ing . . . Enlered lrom Walerlown, Wisconsin 3: Arl Club 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Friend- ship Club 4: Prom Commillee 3: An' nual Slall 4: Sludenl Council 4: Class Secrelary 4: Senior Play 4, CLIFFORD COTTAM . . . wilh quips like whips . . . Sludenl Council 2: Wreslling 4: Sen- ior Play 4: Cheerleader I, 2, 4: Cho- rus 3: Annual Pholographer 4: Pres. Pholography Club 4: Band I, 2, 4: Orcheslra 4. ALICE CROFT . . . as pelile as a sweel . . . Friendship Club 2, 4: Ad Commillee 3: Dancing Club 3: Fencing Club 3: Shore Breeze l. CLASS BILL BOCKEL ...he's on lhe spol on lhe dol . .. Translerred lrom Collinwood I: Slu- denl Council 2, 3, 4: Vice Presidenl 4: Class Vice Presidenl 4: I-li-Y 3, 41 Secrelary 3, 4: Ushers' Commillee 4: Prom Commillee 3: Foolball 4: Bas- Icelball 3. 4. NATALIE BRENNAN . . . wilh learning she-Is burning . . . Enlered from Soulh Side I-Iigh, Forl Wayne, Indiana 4: Friendship Club 4: Class Assislanl Treasurer 4: Glee Club 4. EMIDIO CARLOZZI . . . wilh power ol a lower . . . Foolball 4: Wreslling 2: I-li-Y 4: Bas- lcelball Manager 3. MARTHA Cl-IARETTE . . .as French as a lrench . . . Chorus 4: Knilling Club 3: Junior Chamber Commerce 3: Dancing Club 4: Business Eliquelle 4. BETTY COOK . . . like lhe moon oler a lagoon... Presidenl Radio Club 3: A Capella Choir 3: Friendship Club 4: Business Eliquelle 4. ADELBERT COWI-IARD . . . he plays wilh slicls and always cliclcs . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball 2, 3: Class Treasurer 2: Royal I-Iinchmen 3, 4: Camera Club 4: Drum Maior 2, 3, 4. GRAHAM CU FFE . . . prolession is his obsession . . . Glee Club 2: Fencing Club 3: Cam- era Club 4: Annual Pholoqraoher 4: Floclcey Manager 4: I6 mm. Operalor 3: lnlramural Baslcelball 3. 'PG' J -or wr' o...-M" V, EILEEN DALTON . . .as calching as she-'s lelching.. Chorus 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Shore Breeze 4: News Fdilor 4, RALPH DARBY ...he's a douzy wilh his "Suzy" . . Class Pre-sidenl I: Fencing Club 3: Sludenl Council 3: Treasurer 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: A Ca- pella Choir I: Pholography Club 4: Debaling Team 3: Nalional Forensic League 3. BILL DFMPSEY . . . in our lovfn he's a clown . . . Foolball 3, 4: Baslcelball 2, 3, 4: I-ILY 4: Tennis 4. ANN DRAGOZET . . . as cule as a baby's bool . . . Chorus 4: G.A.C. 43 Glee Club 3, 41 Knilling Club 3: Jr. Chamber Com- merce 3: Aulo Club 4: Business Eli- guelle 4. JULIA FFMEC .. . she's on hand on any slancl.. Glee Club I, 2: Operella I, 2: Cho- rus 3: Jr. Chamber Commerce 3: Dancing Club 4: Business Success Club 4. ALLENE FULTON . . . as a wriler you canil slighr her . . . Kenl I, 3: G.A.C, 47 Friendship Club 4: Ad Commillee 3, 4: Annual Slall 4: Breeze I, 2, 3, 4: Edilor ol Breeze 4' Operella I, 2: Glee Club I, 2 3' Chorus 3. CJWFNDOLYN GESSNER ...asgayasaiay... Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: C'.A.C. 2' Cvlee Club I, 2' Prom Commillee 3' Qperella 2- Chorus 3' Pres. Al:'c Drivers Club 4. PHRANIA DA MICO . . . as quicl: as S+. Nicln . . . Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Or- cheslra I: Operella I, 2: Senior Play 4: Dramalics Club 3, 4: Robed Choir 4: Friendship Club 2: Ad Commil- lee 4. MARY DAUGFIERTY . . . her gushes are luscious . . . Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.C. 2, 3. 4: Chorus 4: Dancing Club 4. EDITH DONKIN ...she spun lhe sun... Sludenl Council I, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 3: Ad Com- millee 4: Annual Slahl 4: Prom Queen 4. DONALD EUGENE , . . his lechnique is unique . . . Traclr 2: Fencing 3: Foolball 3, 4: I-Ioclmey 4. ROSEMARY FUERST ...asrosyasaposy... Jr. Chamber Commerce 3: Aulo Driv- ers Club 4: Friendship Club 4. ELDON GEDDES ., .he couldn'l be lreener . . . I-loclrey 4: I-li-Y 4: Royal I-linchmc-n 3, 4: Dancing 4: Inlramural Baslrel- ball 3, 4. CARL GIESSF ...a sparl: in The darlc . .. I-li-Y 4: Baseball 4: Camera Club 3. BETTY GRIEF . . .as graceful in poses as a vase ful of roses . . . Chorus I, 2, 3. 4: Robed Choir 41 Op- erelfa I, 2: Debale Team 3, 4: Na- fional Forensic League 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Senior Play 4. ROSEMARY I-IABLLIETZEL ...her heallh is her weallh . ., Glee Club I, 2: Operelfa I, 2: A Ca- pella Choir 2, 3. MARILYN HARPER ...lilce a jewel in a pool . .. LAMBERT HAWKS . . . lame unlurled o'er all Ihe world . . . Foorball 47 Prom Commillee 37 Ush- ers' Commillee 47 I-Ii-Y 41 Vice-Pres idenl 43 Sfudenl Council 47 Presidenl 4: Sporls Ediror of Annual 4: Traclc 4t Tennis 47 Valedidorian. DONALD I-IEUBER . . . as mellow as a cello . . . Enlered from Calhedral Lalin I: I-li-Y 3, 4: Debalinq 41 Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Royal I-Iinchrnen 2: Nalional Foren- sic League 4. WILMA ISCHAY ...herwhimisvim... Pres. Dramalics Club 3, 42 Dancing lnslrucror 4: Glee Club 4. DOROTHY JANES ...aschicasa+riclc... Transferred from Collinwood 4' G.A. C. 2, 47 C-lee Club 2. 4' Friendship Club 2, 4. LAVERNE I-IABERACKER .,.'rhe Iheme ol a dream . .. Enlered from James Ford Rhodes 41 Friendship Club 41 Aff Club 4. MARY I-IANNAFORD . . . as superb as Ihal word . . . Enlered from Painesville 3: Ad Com- millee 3, 4: Friendship Club 4. EVERETT HARVEY ...asnewasacIue... Enlered from Cenlral Senior I-liqh School, Forl' Wayne, Ind., 3: Hi-Y 4, Archery Club 4. BETTY I-IENN ... il's lucky she's duclcy . .. Class Vice-Presidenl' I7 Shore Breeze I7 Friendship Club 2, 3: Ad Cornrnir, lee 2, 31 Fencing Club 3: O.A.C. 2, 33 Transferred lo Oalc Park 3: Re-en' Iered al Shore 4. MARIE IAFELICE . . . quiel and shy-buf shell oe? by . . . Chorus 3, 43 G.A.C. 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 4. JOSEPI-IINE JAMNIK ...al IOO words a minure wilh her pen shes lhe lirnil . . . G.A.C. 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 42 Knillinq Club 3: Recrealion Club 47 Gym Leaders Club 3. Tl-'IELMA JENKINS ...as peppy as she s sleppy ., Friendship Club 22 Dramafit Club 3 4. 495 l Q . Linea. K QW! 1 fl, 1 '23 W, -. L 'er MARY JEVEC . . . she works wonders: never plun- ders . . . Aulo Drivers Club 4. ZORA KARLOVIC . . . her fhoughls so exlensive make her pensive . . . G.A.C. 3, 4: Chorus 4: Friendship Club 4: Knifling Club 3: Shore Breeze 4: Olee Club 4. NORENE KEMP ...she's as lair as she's square . .. Friendship Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. EDMUND KRENC . . . he is known wilh his from- bone . . . Band 3, 4: Orchesrra 3, 4: Royal I-linchmen 3: Pholography Club 4: Secrelary 4: Scale and Triangle Club 4: Presidenl 4: Senior Play 4. NORBERT KULKE .. . his slrenglh equals his lenglh . . Foorball I, 2, 3, 4: Track 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Wreslling I, 2: Orchesfra I, 2, 3: Prom Cornrnirlee 3. JOSEPH LESCOVEC .. . al Iirsl base, he's an ace . .. Baseball 3, 4: Inframural Sporls 3, 4. JOYCE McANDREWS . . . 'rhe elfecl is select . . . Friendship Club 3: Dancing Club 4. ROSE KALIOPE . . . fhe mirage of a corsage . . . Jr. Chamber Commerce 4: Business Eliquerfe Club 4: Aufo Drivers Club 4: Chorus 4: Glee Club 4. DONALD KAY . he's eleganl and he's inrelli- gent . . . Baskelball I, 3: Fencing Club 3. JANE KING ...as merry as a fairy . .. Transferred 'ro Willoughby 3: Reen- rered al Shore 4: Friendship Club 4: O.A.C. 4: Dancing Club 4. ROBERT KREYSSIO . . . no dodging missiles when he whisiles . . . Chorus I, 2: I-li-Y 3, 4. BETTY LANGAN . . . as pleasanl as a peasanl . . . Jr. Chamber of Commerce 3: Books keeper of Shore I-Iigh School 3, 4: Business Eliquelle Club 4: Business Success Club 4. ALICE LOTZ . . . as good in daring as crear- ing . . . Glee Club 3: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Friend- ship Club 4: Dancing Club 4. JUNE MCCOY . . . she knows The clues fo gef fhe news . . . Glee Club I, 2, 3: G.A.C. 2, 4: Friendship Club 2, 4: Shore Breeze I, 2, 3, 4: Assisfanf Edifor 3: Edifor 4: Sludenl Council I: Ad Commirfee 3, 4: Operella I, 2: Annual Sl'aI:I 4. ROBERT McKEE . . . a slar from afar . .. Hi-Y 4: Wresfling 3, 4. MILAN MATKO . . . as bluslering as lilibusfering .. Movie Operaior l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2: Debafing I: Baslcelball I: Hi-Y 3, 4: Presidenl' Hi-Y 4: Sfudeni' Coun- cil I: Baseball 2, 3: Wreslling 2: Foofball 3. 43 Prom Commilfee 3: As- sisianl Breeze Edilor 4. LOIS MOFFET . . . as idealislic as she's realislic .. PAUL MURPHY ... on Ihe green he's supreme . .. Aulo Drivers' Club 4: Golf Team 3, 4: l'loclrey 4: Wresiling 4: Baseball 4: Noonday Movie Operalor 2: I6 mm. Operalor 3. INA BELLE NEWMAN . . . as darling as a slarling . .. Treasurer of Knirfing Club 3: Hiking Club Presiclenl 2: Aulo Drivers' Club Sec. 4. BERNARD O'NEILL . . . his ideal gleams fhrough his dreams . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Speech Club 3? Debaling Team I, 2. 3. JOSEPH OTTERS . . . here's enough brain for 'rwain .. Gas Model Club 4: Gasoline Power Planes 4. MARYLEE MARKS . . .a spoonlul, quile 'runeiul . . . Shore Breeze I, 2, 4: Chorus 4: Robed Choir 4: Friendship Club 4: Trans' lerred 'ro Collinwood 3: Re-enlered Shore 4. ROSE MEDVED ...her allure is sure , . . G.A.C. 2: Chorus 4: Glee Club 4: Jr. Chamber of Commerce 3: Aulo Driv- ers' Club 4: Business Efiquefle Club 4: Knilling Club 3. ETHEL MOORE . . . 'rhere isn'I' a rhyme for one so fine . .. Jr. Chamber ol: Commerce 37 Shore Breeze 3: Dancing Club 4. MARY NEMEC ...ro be grear is her Tale . .. Dancing Club 3, 4: G,A.C. 2, 3. FRANK OILER ...so happy and snappy... Baslcefball 3: I-loclcey 4: Chorus 3, 41 Cheerleader I, 2: Robed Choir 4: Chorus Secrelary 4: Leaders' Club 3i A Capella Choir 4: Dancing Club 4: I6 mrn. Operalor 3. JACK OTTERS ' . . . his personalily equals his men- Ialily . . . Technical Aviafion Club 4. JOSEPH PARISI . . . as doggie as a lroggie . . . Baslrerball Mgr. I: Fooiball Mgr. 3: I-Ii-Y 4. is ALICE PEPIN . . . wiih eyes oi Iauqhfer-fears are aifer . .. G.A.C. I3 G.L.C. 33 Girls' Recrea lion Club 4. RUTH PRIMOSI-I ...her wil malces a hil . .. WINIFRED PELCAR ...so Iew have her LQ. . .. G.A.C. 3, 43 Gr.L.C. 3i Reciealion Club 4, WILLIAM RANKIN . . . 6 camera SVIGPS-ITG never Friendship Club 43 Ad Commiifee naps ' " 3, 4: Shore Breeze 2, 3, 4i Cv.A.C, 43 Camera Club 3, 43 Aulomobilo Club Adverlisinq Manager ol Annual 43 Fencinq Club 3. CLARABETI-I REEVES . . . as flee? as she's sweef . . . Enlered from John I-Iay 23 Shore Breeze 43 Produc+ion Manager 4. BETI-I ROBINSON . . . The qualify OT royaliy . . . Enfered from Collinwood I3 Friend- ship Club 2, 43 Ad CommiI+ee 3, 4: Prom Commi?Iee 33 Annual Slalzl 43 G.A.C. 2, 3, 4. GENE SAVAGE . . . always glad-never sad . . . Ad Cornmiflee 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4. GRETCHEN SCHOEN . , . anolher refrain Ihal ends wilh "schoen" . . . Enlered from John I-lay I3 Cheer- leader 3, 43 Ad Commillee 3, 4: Cho- rus 3, 43 Shore Breeze 3, 4: Dramalic Club 43 Dancinq Club 4. MARY SHUKAITIS . . . her spirils-Iruly, unruly . . . Friendship Club 2, 4' G.A.C. I: Glee Club I, 2. 3. RALPH RICHARDSON . . . wilh buf a Iwisl of his wrisl . . . Vsfresllinq 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Sludenl Council 23 Prom Commiilee 33 Class Vice Presidenf 33 Hi-Y Club 43 Ari Club 3. ALICE ROOSMA ...wilh a smile all fhe while . . . Transferred from Canfield I-Iigh School 23 Operella 2: Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Presi- denl 33 Inierclub Councilor of Friend- ship Club 33 Presidenl of Friendship Club 43 Chorus 43 Presidenl 43 G.A. C. 2, 3, 43 Robed Chair 43 Prom Chairman 33 Class Presidenf 3, 43 American Legion Award 33 Kenl 2, 33 Edilor of Annual 43 Salulaforian. ROBERT SCI-ILIEKER . . . he's grand in 'rhe band . . . Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4i Band 2, 3, 43 Pholoqraphy Club 3, 4: Adverfisinq Commillee 43 Annual SIaTl 4. EDITH SEA MAN . . . i'r's deplorable, she's so ador- able . . . Enfered from Collinwood 23 Junior Chamber ol Commerce 3: Secrefary ol Auio Drivers Club 47 Business Success Club 4. SULLIVAN SPINO ...asboIdasmenolold... Foolball 2, 3, 43 Inframural Sporfs 2. 3, 43 Leilerman 3, 4i Track 3. 4: Hi-Y Club 4: Dancing Club 4. LORRAINE STERKEL . . . a lreal as an alhlele . .. Glee Club I: A Capella Choir I: Or- cheslra 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: G.A.C. 2, 3. 4: Presidenl 4: Leaders' Club 3, 4: Presidenl 4: Camp Fire Girl I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl 2, 3, 4: Annual Slall 4: Sporls Edilor 4. JAMES STOECKEL ...as brighl as a Iighl . .. Enlered from Cleveland Fleighlst l'li- Y Club 4. DOROTHY STRAY .. . she's lhe loom ol perfume . . . A Capella Choir I, 2, 3: Secrelary 2: Glee Club l, 2: Knilling Club 4: Busi- ness Eliquelle 4: Presiclenl 4: Oper- ella I, 2. VIRGINIA THOMAS . , . as slimulaling as she's scinlil- laling . . . Friendship Club 2, 4: Ad Commillee 3, 4: Prom Commillee 3: G.A.C. 2: 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Secrelary 4: Cho- rus 3: Fencing Club 3: Senior Play 4. ALFRED WALLACE ...lo admire in Ihe choir , .. Foolball I, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3' Chorus 4: Robed Choir 4: Class T'easurer 3' Inlrarnural Sporls 2, 3. ELMER WEINSCI-IREIDER ...as good ar ball as he is 'fall Baslcelball I, 2, 3. 4' Baseball 2, 3, 4' l-'li-Y Club 4. NANCY WINCI-I . . . as iolce pepper-a Topper . . G.A.C. 4: Friendship Club Z, 4' Fenc- ing Club 3: Ad Commillee 3: Cvlee Club 4. JEANNE STEVENSON ...asperlasallirl... Glee Club I, 2: Operella I, 2: Friend- ship Club 2 4: Arl Club 3: Treasurer 4: Prom Commillee 3: Annual Slalrl 4. BARBARA STRAIN .. .as allraclive as shes aclive . . . Shore Breeze 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 4: Chorus 3: Ad Commillee 3, 4: Annual Slafl 4: Prom Commillee 3. IOM TAYLOR . . . il's a fopic hels hypnolic . . . Sludenl Council 3: Fencing Club 3' Chairman ol Losl and Found 3: FII-Y 3, 4: Advanced Aulo Drivers 4. MARIE VON I-IOF ...asinloveasaclove... Enlered from Villa Angela 3: Friend- ship Club 4: Dancing Club 3: Glee Club 3: Chorus 3. n MARY WEATI-IERI-IEAD . . . i+'s inloxicaling shes so devas- lalinq . . . Enlered from Lalcewood 3: G.A.C. 3, 4' Friendship Club 3, 4: Sludenr Council 4: Prom Commillee 3' Prn- grarn Chairman of Friendship Club 4: Shore Breeze 4. EJCJRCIHY WEYBRECHI ...il's leasing shels so pleasing... Friendship Club 3: Chorus 4: Robed Choir 4: Pianisl lor Beginners 4: Danc- ing Club 4. KEITI-I WILI-IELM . . . al speech hels a peach . . Oebaling 2, 3, 4: Prom Comrnillee 3 Nalional Forensic League 4: Senior Play 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4' Baslfefball 2, 3: Pholography Club 4- Royal l-linchmen 3: Leaders Club 3' HENRIETTA ZEIDEL ...iiifh The Irill of a fill . .. C-leo Club I, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Robed Choir 4: Opeieifa 2: Friendship Club 2i Drarnaiic Club 3, 4: Secreiary 3' Tieasurer ol Chorus 3: Senior Play 4 WALTER ZUBER . .wiih an agency for emergency . Hockey 4: Ad Commiilee I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl 3: Class Secrelary I: Movie Booih I, 2, 3, 4: Chief Operalor 3, 4: Glee Club I: Shore Breeze Assisianf Ediror 4: Aeronaufic Club 3: Hi-Y Club 4: Sporls Announcer 4: Annual Business Manager 4: Debaling I, 2: Prom Commillee 33 I6 mm. Movie JOSEPH ZIVICH .. . for one who is so quief he s a rioi . . Baseball 3. 4: Eoolball 3 4 Operaior I, 2, 3, 4: Iniramural Bas- lcelball I, 2, 3: Siudenl Council 4: Senior Play 4. Seniors Not Having Pictures FLORENCE URBAN ...our choice for a perle-cl voice. Junior Chamber ol Commerce 3, Eiiendship Club 3, 4? Senior Play 4, NOP MA WATTINGER ...as qlamorous as shes amorous. Enfered from Shaw High School 41 Assielanl Direclor of Senior Play 4' Dramalic Club 4. EDGAR LEM MON ...lhis boy is lull ol ioy . .. I 2 3 4' Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4, Bano , , . Traclr I, 2. CHARLES BRONAKA ...lilce a Tull course dinner. he'1 a winner . . . Track 4: Camera Club 4. l,tljl1' Tiiwlllj'-I bs 1,1-an-ui 4 SN Q3 Q U ,,,..--.., -,,..--1-v--Q IIIO --awww -iffw I I ' JANUARY '39 l i Presiclenr ...,A. .... J ack Dow ' Vice-President , ...,... Milan Marko Secrelrary ......,.4 lvlary Lou Campbell 11 rg Treasurer. . ,. Allred Wallace Y M1-xrko, cAMPBELL. Dow ? Juniors . . . Jrliars wnar we are, Hwe elire upperclassmen, don? le'r us liear any- one call us kids. We're delinilely our ol Jrlwar srage. We're preparing ourselves for nexl year, because ir won'+ loe long 'Till we're HEXALTED SENIORSQ' Ecsfasy-ali rne! Say, buf wasn'+ Thar Prom wonolerlul? I+ was a busy year . . . Prom arrange- menls, commillees, clues and parries. We'll never lorger rlwal eveningl Flowers gorgeous clresses, rnusic, liglils, sailors, food, 'rlwrilll Jrlirilll Nexr year we'll be The guesrs al Jrlie Prom, nor lo rnenrion loanquels, and Jrlie like . . . We wouldn"r like lo liave skipped rlfie iunior year for anyllwing. IT WAS FUN! JUNE '39 Presidenl Joe Dempsey Vice-Presidenl , Bill Moore Secrelary .Berry Jo Pallon Treasurer Roloerl Jason Pam' 7i1m'r1ty-i'i'i11r! JQLLV, .icwoiis .miisiiaias .RS JUNIOR A CLASS FIRST ROW TLef'r fo FTQI'1+,iD. Selepalc, L. Frederick, B. Gommei, Mr. Oldh Mr. Phillips, E. Back- i winlcel, E. VVeir, J. Viiarude. SECOND ROW-M. L. Campbefl, C. Narveieif, D. OiNeiH, M. OH, M. Difriclw, M. Harper, P. Harris R. Buslwer. THIRD ROW-J. Rose, B. Clarke, J. Dow, J. Req-borg, R. Fisher, E. Podnar, D. Borqer, F. Klavon. FOURTH ROW--W. He-hr, F. Monfana, J. Grossman. NOT PICTUREO-E. Harper, J. Flamrrianq. Puylz' 7'iu'f:lvx'-Ilill More JCDKIINIG, .JESTING JUNIOR B CLASS LIRST ROW ll.elT lo riglwfl-M.Sl'1imlco, B. Pier, M. Case, J. Fulron, R. Slile, A. Geiger, M. Good- head, R. Andrews. SECOND ROW-H. Savchalr, W. Will, E. Rillie, J. Tenclm, A. Kocman. J. Kavociclw, S. Sugarman, V. Ogle, V. Olwl. THIRD ROW-Mr, Vaughn, G. Sulzer, D. Row, E. Rolwrer, D. Smillw, M. Campbell, B. Pallon, B. MCA Coy, B. Croclce'r'r, A. Gregorin, B. Clwrislensen, Miss Vernon. FOURTH ROW--R. Slocker, H. Bezdelc, S. Reariclc, J, Dempsey, B. Brandi, J. Clwrisloplner, D. John- sfon, K. Wilson. J. Vlloll, B. Molzlet B. Simmonds. HFTH ROW-G. Elfenger, R. Schafer, L. Douglass, R. Carrie. J. Lipovec. G. Oreve. B. Moore. E. Heglaw, P. George, H. Royer. lvl! T11 :ty JOVIAI. JUIXIIORSI FIRST ROW ILeT'r Io riqlill-A. Nosse. D. Berner, L. Berqlund, M. Davis, M. Carlgren, M. Davis J. Carr, B. Cowin. SECOND ROW-B. Heiss. D. Kemler, F. Kardos. I.. Semple, P. Campleiolm, C. Sclmlobaclw, B. Ander son, M. Graney, B. Helphrey. THIRD ROW-E. Rapp, A. Roosma, J. Grossman, G. Slcrobal, J. Ward, Miss Williams, R. Jason, H Reeves, R. Carrie, A. O'Bre-za, B. Ray. FOURTH ROW-M. Pluff, E. Penqal, S. Reariclc, J. Moulion, M. Kimball, E. Marshall. FIFTH ROW-R. Voisaclc, A. Phillips, G. WI'1i+'rIes, W. Wade, J. Sclilaeqer, R. Husfon. NOT PICTURED-J. Blalfau, R. Harper, C. Kuclwenbaclwer, R. McCloud, M. Mclieon, R. Sclwlund, T Shimroclc, L. Waclwfell. JUNIOR B CLASS I'uf1r 'l4l:il'ty'unf' "I-IQLD IT PI.IZ!" The eighfh dwarf ...' 'Peg-o-My Heari' '... Pros- pecrive Seniors I-Vmm! . . . Camera shy . . . Eriricinq The man ar The wheel ...' 'Meer me ar my Locker" . . . MT-low did we gelr on The Juriior page? . . . I+ "auio'i go . . . Any Junior's Waferloo . . . Q99 Q, g,-'H QWQEB K 3 sophomores mzzmW"'V CLASS OFFICERS JANUARY '40 Firsl row-George Weining, l-lelen Meziclw, Roberl Rlioades. Second row-Alen Boclcel, William Giesse. Fl-Z Well, lwere we ere, ernberlfing on our second yeer eller successlully surviving llwe Freslimen slege . . . This senior-lwigli lile is beginning lo lose ils glamour end color . . . lunny,-doing lwomeworlr lies become rellwer dull end boring, "on well,- only lwo more yeers eller llwis end welll be oul." On second lllouglwl, were begin- ning lo lilce llwe idea ol cless perlies, lllere'll be more ol lliem nexl yeer . . . Gee, ll'iel's e long lime lo Weil. We lied e greel deal ol lun clwesing llwrouglw llwe lwells end snubbing lllose Freshmen . . . nexl yeer we'll be Juniors, end llmen . . . ,J L , CLASS OFFICERS JUNE '40 Wyifffgfig Belly Buell Williem Janes J 22,1 y epousc e Anllwonf P li lc cu, Q Paqf' Tliirty-7'o1u SAUCE' SGP!-ICDMCDRES SCDPI-IGMGRE A CLASS FIRST ROW-E. Oravelz. A. Baraqa, L. J. Allender, B. Slroup, B. Daniels D. Daniel, B. Rlnoades, F Gibson, R. Rause, N. Perovicln, C. Davirro, A. Wolf, L. Couglilin. SECOND ROW-K. Harper, M. Barresi. E. Brezec, V. Sole, M. Vickerman, B. Clwannell, J. Zupancic A. Lo Re. B. Finnedy, G. Kaliope, E. Savclnalc, B. Grossman, W. Tannelnill, R. Dickson, B. Giesse THIRD ROW--A. Loncar, L. Gnidovec, M. Bezdelc, G. Sampson, V. Wlmilcomb, H. Hawley, B. Gornic B. Gronda, H. Mazich, V. Zusf, R. Budnilc, T. Calabrese, A. Marcum, G. Fuller, A. Boclcel, A Bronalca. FOURTH ROW-B. Killeen, A. Wilson, D. Fox, J. Dale, C. Kuchenbaclner, W. Grover, G. Weininq, W Johnsfon, R. Fanla, H. Riebe, J. Smifh, W. Egbert, B. Snodgrass. FIFTH ROW-J. Smillw, W. Zwierlein, O. McKeon B. Osfrander, P. Soleslce, B. Beufler, B. Wills, T Shimroclc, F. Senol. NOT PICTURED-R. Andrews, R. Brandi, B. Giampoli, B. Grove, F. Calabrese, C. Campifelli, J. Car rie, N. Harvey, R. Hayes, F. Janilrz, R. Jelifs, M. Draqanic, R. Mallwews, E. Mayo, J. Ramona E. Rohrer, R. Slife, D. Sweclw, R. Voisaclc, K. Wilson. Pay: Thirty-fur' "SIXIAI3PV" SOPI-IOMOIQES FIRST ROW-M. A. Cox, F. Dreer, D. Jolinslon, M. Zqonc, F. Claywell, F. Perme, J. Kirclnner, H Moon, B. J. Bolwaflca, F. Popovic, F. Grubb, D. Srnillw, J. Loranger, M. Wallerrnire, J. Kelly J. Fields. SECOND ROW-N. Mallee, J. Zivocler, V. Vulpe, I. Grann, D. Smallz, R. Cimperrnan, A. Barresi, I Telich, M. Vandervoorl, B. Tieber, M. Golmar, M. A. Inlilwar, M. Wlwilcomb, L. Sawillce, H Craiq, P. Ashley, J. Kodqer, A. Barln, J. Morris, C. Wenllinq. THIRD ROW-J. Chrisloplwer, D. Zclara, S. Melz, J. M. WoIl'Tord, D. Hueber, M. Will, J. Wilson H. Sole, I. Borliclc, R. Cipriano, L. Anlonacci, F. Calabrese, D. Wursler, J. Presley, V Radornalaric, M. Flynn, C. Simpson, H. Hug, B. Buell, W. Murplny, G. Widing. FOURTH ROW-J. Davidson, C. Malz, L. Bullard, C. Armocida. J. Jaqodnic, M. Ellioil, E. Saisall, M Horn, M. E. Mclieon, D. Somralc, L. Siers, M. Coulson, V. Knezevick, M. Draganec, M. Wen- ninq, M. VV. Luilarl, R. Miller, F. Fox, F. Sole, E. Mcliimmy. FIFTH ROW-J. Blew, J. Roberfs, J. Curlo, W. Difriclw, W. Janes, A. Papousclwelc, R. Grove, D. F Ewell, A. Campilelli, J. Maldovan, G. Rose, J. Siebold, V. Long, D. Mcliirnrny, R. Wellinqlon SIXTH ROW-F. Oslrander, E. Wallers, R. Sclwramm, W. Wassell, C. Tieber, C. Lape, R. Brennan, A. Braclwlow, D. Novinc. SEVENTH ROW-W. McDougall, G. Swarfz, R. Wismer, J. Flynn, C. Gurner, B. Girdley. NOT PICTURED-F. Holly, B. Beclc, R. Boqelay, L. Pallco, E. Sclwrieber. C. Legan, D. Claywell J. Dailey, J. Smillw, J. Smillw, J. Trivisonno, R.Wacl1+eII,J. Mulmvic, M. Nemec, W. Grover, W. Dilricln, I. Filzpalriclc, B. Wisrner, E. Wechfell. SOPI-IOMORE I3 CLASS Vugzr TlIl'l'f-l".YlIl' QQAE ay' J cv'iv""'i9 R522 CLASS OFFICERS JANUARY '41 Jean Coupe M. MaThel4e James Town R. Fellcer Fresh recruiTslll We, The TradiTional "Frosh" arrive, green Trom The junior-high ranks, To rove and race Through The senior-high corridors, To glory in our new sighTsi, To ponder over schedules and The selecTing oT subiecTs. AbsenT-mindedly we barge inTo classrooms, only To discover ThaT we are on The wrong Tloor,-we wallc proudly beside upperclassmen wiTh our heads up, leTTing Them lcnow ThaT we are now in The senior high . . . And oh,-Those lockers, whaT pleasure iT was To own Them and go To Them aTTer every period . . . We cerTainly were sTunned by ThaT TirsT inTroducTion To The business lilce senior-high rouTine, buT we enjoyed iT, and we're loolcing Tor- ward To Three more years oT Tun . . .even Though The upperclassmen snorTed "Freshie" aT us. JUNE '4I FIRST ROW-J. Kirchner, R. Moore, J. Nelson, S. WalleTTe, Y. Alexander, B. Miller. SECOND ROW-T. Shimroclc, A. Bolon, H. Lo- ranqer, D. Tinlcer, J. Kappela, R. Roosma. THIRD ROW-6. Donlcin, W, Murray, E. Dele- Paur' Tlxir'ty-chilli FOOLISI-I FIQESI-IMEN. PRES!-IMEN A CLASS FlRST ROW lLel+ lo righll-J. Weir, D. Carr, M. Dempsey, J. Davies, M. Oueen, C. Rand, J. Coupe E. Follis, R. Conrad, E. Mafhelce, D. Srsa, E. Fier, E. Miese, E. Slarina. SECOND ROW-J. Lawrence, H. Von Holi, W. Hodalcievic. E. Farley, B. Homovec, M. Yuslca, R. Clare B. Kirchner, G. Garrefl, H. Lusfig, E. Slcofl, R. Wright J. Pardey. THIRD ROW-H. Kovacich, J. Waferwash, B. Banlel, J. Nebe, J. Ashley, B. Fellcer, J. Town, W. Lariclc C. O'Neill, W. Pallco, J. lacobacci, F. Syracuse, W. Beuller. FOURTH ROW-J. Arco, D. Burns, E. Lamb, W. Clemens, S. Parisi, N. Deluqa, W. Keir, L. Blase R. Berry, F. McNamara, R. Schroeder, R. Weybrechl, G. Templin, A. Blaslco. NOT PICTURED-J. Chrisfopher, M. Ellioll, F. Grubb, W. Jaclcshaw, J. Kodqer, C. Lape W. Lebef, D. McKimrny, C. Malz, G. Massill, N, Mafleo, R. Meloy, W. Murphy, D. Novinc K. O'Branovic, R. Palriclc, E. Popovic, E. Shauqhnessy, C. Simpson, D. Smalfz, F. Syracuse, K Tieber. V I'u,1e 'I huty mne FRQI ICSCUME FRIENDLY FRESI-IMEN B CLASS FIRST ROW ILeII 'ro riqlwll-R. Appecella, R. Roosrna, L. Anderson, A. Lamacchia, F. Lipovec Rober+s, D. Mells, R. Sfranalwan, J. Werlz, M. Larnacchia. ,J, SECOND ROW-J. Lo Re, D. Lioce, S. Newell, R. Smillw, V. Soules, C. Hraniloviclm, E. Kordic, E. Mlaclwalc, M. Mulligan, R. Long, L. Kralzer, K. Kelcilc, J. Monlana. THIRD ROW-R. Palfon, B. Campbell, J. Beck, N. McDougall, M. Mazick, D. Moeller, J. Cox, C. Maddox, B. Brown, L. Balcer, P. Cowin. G. Massifl, E. Curry. FOURTH ROWMJ. Solraclw, S. Parrolf, B. Murray, G. Donlcin, L. Cardinal, P. Rosa, J. Slnirnroclr, B. Blackie, D. Carlone, R. Kefcliarn, A. Brockway. FIFTH ROW-P. Twolwiq, E. Delclcer, N. Peferson, B. Finnerly, T. Parziale, J. I-Iannaford, F. Knaus, B. Marlin, J. Kullce, J. Lebef. NOT PICTURED-D. Auqusl, B. Banlel, I-I. King, F. Dabesdrulr, N. Deluqa, G. Cvarrefl, I-I. I-Iarper, C. O'NeiII, A. Rafe, I-I. Slralca, L. Ziegler. Page Forty FIQIVOI OUS FRESHMEN FIRST ROW lLef+ 'ro riqhfl-J. Sropar, M. Sfopar, G. Shulcailis, G. Horen, F, Oliver, K. Richardson H. Hanks, R. Gill, W. Vance, H. Loranqer, R. Moore, W. Zelman, M. Briqleb. SECOND ROW-V. Fuderer, B. Kay, J. Kirchner, S. Wallerfe, R. Diclcson, N. Grossman, H. Yuslca, F Grdina, M. Balz, T. McWilliams, G. Berner, M. Andrews, M. Driver, N. Blackwell, B. Cox. THIRD ROW-J. Hadylc, F, Arlco, M. lnda. R. Lolz, B. Maurer, M. Gales, C. Van Deusen, A. Brace M. Turner, J, Miller, H. Weybvechl, A. Pengall, L. Phillips, L. Aranf. FOURTH ROW-A. Waiqhf, N. Gorq, L. Zimmerman, F. Yerman, L. Proznovsky, M. Zqonc, R. Bauer M, Gole, M. Malone, M. Roser, J. Nelson, J. Douqhry, I. Jasbeck, R. Newport FIFTH ROW-L. Craft E, Kimball, D. Buerlcel, R. Sleltfenhagen, L. Janezic, R. Odell, T. Wearher- head, J. Robinson, D. Sullivan, T. Balmer, J. Updeqraff. FRESHMEN B CLASS Pau: Forty-om' THEIQES THAT IVIAN AGAIN A "dose" shoI . . .An angIe worm . . . Sfrike up Ihe Band . . . I'r's a "Case" oI ISIruIIin' I-Ier Sfuwcfm . . . Wa back when . . . I "Winch'I I Icnew how Thomas does Y II . . . "OiIer" up and swing II . . . Enough said . . . Wafching her IiIce a "I-IawIcI' . . . I"I'mm-weII . . . Enjoy- ing The music, gals? . . . IITayIor" whaI's so funny? . . . Co-eds . . . Lunch hour . . . AnoI'her IVIusc:Ie-Man . . . 'SI7n'1" . . . "Tug'o-warfi I X in-HEEL-iI if 1-16.5 'S ii Athletics ' Q20 -N. ffv -"-"' ' X ...T'.?'f.-':,C:'g '-'-'Q-Q27 ...,---- ' fr-RCA Q20 ,IAQ ,....- MA HPIGSKIN PUSI-IERSH CDF S. S. Sl-ICDRE COACH SCI-TWEGLER WiTh all The boys in Tine shape physically, and menTally loolcing Torward To The ConTerence Cup, BedTord loomed nexT wiTh The nappy ThoughT oT revenge. ln The TirsT Two minuTes oT play, a blocked punT puT Shore in The lead-The subsTiTuTes Tinished The game. UniversiTy pulled a TasT one The nexT weela by pinching one poinT-all on accounT OT a Tumble ThaT rolled over Shores goal. A TorrenTial downpour greeTed Shore aT MayTield. Swimming in mud, The Blue and Gold pushed MayTield around-no score, buT The opponenTs' enThusiasm carried Them To vicTory. Shore did iTselT proud wiTh CroclceTT's vicious line plunger, Bez- delds end runs and CurTo's passes aT Maple l-leighTs by lazily dis- posing oT The leader oT The conTerence. The baTTle of The year appeared nexT and Shore Took Euclid Cen- Tral on The run wiTh a Tine running score. licking, blocking, passing and Tackling . . . pracTice opened The TooTball season Tor abouT ThirTy-Tive ambiTious Admirals. In blue and gold saTin, The boys were Talled TirsT wi+h a Cleveland SenaTe power, ST. lgnaTius. Shore loolced To be on The 'losing end aT The halT buT some snappy laTerals and quiclc passing climaxed The greaT day Tor Sliore Tans and players. ATTer a vicTory, Shore hilariously Traveled miles and miles To Niles -The sTeel Town. The Admirals hi+ Their impeneTrable line again and again, wiTh no success. Mill Tans had noThing buT praise Tor The de- TcaTed Blue and Gold saying ThaT Miles never had been hiT so hard bcTore. Never beTore have Two more evenly maTched Teams rneT on Shore's gridiron Than GarTield and Shore. Shores line proved iTs superioriTy and several Times Gar- Tield's baclcs goT loose, buT no score. There Bezdelc Taded baclc and Threw The mosT perTecT pass ever Thrown on Shore Tield inTo The ouTsTreTched arms oT Bill Dempsey who sTumbled over The goal line Tor a "Frank Merriwell" Finish. CAPTAIN MONTANA ASST. COACH SCT-TMIDT Prim' l'4flI'IAl"fUl1' THE SQUAD. sl' 1. Ahh.. .,..:. FIRST ROW-W. Bocliel, C. Bolz, F. Croclcell, J. Dempsey, S. Spino, M. Mailco, F, Moniana, W. Sim- monds, l.. Pallco, l-l. Bezclelc, G. Grave, W. Dempsey, A. Boclcel. SECOND ROW-Coach Schmidl, A. Brachlow, E. Bronalca, W. Moore. J. Maldovan, L. Elawlcs, E. Heqlaw, J. Rose, N. Kulke, F. Zelle, W. Wade, W. Zwierlein, R. Schafer, P. George, R. Hayes. G. Rose. lCon+inued from page 44l Brush was barlered lo defeal by Tripping To pass and laleral. Shore golf The las+ laugh by cafching almosl all of Them. Thus ended one of The linesl of Shore's loolball seasons. SEASONS SCORES lgnalius .. Shore Niles ... Shore Bedford . Shore Universify . . . Shore Garfield . , . Shore Mayfield ..... Shore Maple l-leiqhls . Shore Cenfral ..... Shore Brush . . . Shore filflll' Forty'fz'r ,,, ,, ,, w FIG!-ITIIXI i sf-in PERSCDNALS i'rank MonTana . . . A versaTile, modesT capTain, and a good sporTsman who made The righT decision, and who was unanimously chosen Tor The C5reaTer Cleveland Honor Team. Frank CrockeTT . . .The dread oT an opponenT. l-le was chosen by many sporTs wrETers as The besT oT Tullbacks. Milan MaTko . . . a guard who sTopped so many drives ThaT he was selecTed as The "ToughesT" on Shore's squad. Bill Dempsey . . . could booT The pigskin wiTh surprising accuracy and inTelligence. Charles Bowles . . . The backTield will be losT wiThouT "Touchdown Charlie." Fred Zelle . . . always goT his man. LambcrT Hawks . . . On The end, wiTh a TalenT Tor quick laTerals. Hal Bezdek . . . BrillianT, TleeT, There's noT enough praise Tor his Technique in The loackTield. Pay? Forly- PI. LJNGIIXIG PAS SING gina' "i,.rl?' 'W441 ' 'W My ri.. " f3,,,A,fi,t,- w, PERSONALS lconlinuedl Norberl Kullce . . . l-luslcey, courageous and when he laclcled, he made 'rhe poinl. Sullivan Spino . . . l-lis lemper golf up and he worked lwice as hard. Emidio Carlozzi . . . Bad luclc was his lafe. buf he made up for if aller he qol' well. y Lenny Pallco . . . ln 'rhe baclclield, he's a whiz. l-le Throws a mean pass 'rhal goes exac+ly where he sends il. Joe Curlo . . . l-le may fumble, buf aller Jrhal he always recovers. Allyn Brachlow and Joe Dempsey . . . l-lere's a couple of youngslers who can'+ wail un+il nexf fall for 'rheir big chance. George Greve and Bill Boclcel . . . They did Jrheir besl and helped 'ro hold up Shore spirils. Pnyr Furly-sr' HBATTLIINIO BASKETEERSH OF S. S. Sl-IORE COACH CASE The following weelc The Ad- mirals encounTered Iiffle opposi- Tion when They Took Euclid Cen- Tral and Eairporf l-larbor in sfride. Shore Then journeyed To Brush where They dropped a decision To a srnooTh funcfioning Brush ma- chine. Brush led off wiTh a Ter- rific bompardmenf of fancy ball On February I2 Shore IosT a hard foughf baTTle To Berea who. Trailing unTil The final five minufes, rallied To defeaT The locals by Three poinfs. Shore wound up The regular season by soundly Trouncing The Mayfield cagers on The home courT. REGULAR SEASON A promising Shore quinfef, playing hosf To Ashfabula, sfarfed rafher slowly when They dropped a close decision To This sharpshoof- ing five. However, The following weels They proved Their merif by Trouncing a powerful Cleveland Senafe Team on The home courT. In The Conference opener, an impressive lvlapel l-leighTs' Team held down wild To lead his hoopsfers came The Admirals scoring ThreaTs while l-larlie PeTTy ran Team To a well foughT vicTory. The nexT nighf The back sfrong when They whipped Shaw, a highly favored Lalce Erie League confender. handling and shoofing and main- Tained The lead unTil The visifors seriously ThreaTened in The final quarfer buT The rally fell shorT. Shore Then hif a breafher in Their schedule when They meT and de- feafed lvlenTor, Bedford, Dan- ville, and Garfield l-leighfs in rapid succession. CAPTAIN T-TAWKS ASSISTANT COACH SCHMIDT I'ug11' l7rH'ly-Ufnjlil HCRAFTY CAGEMEN.." FIRST ROW-B. Clarke, J. Dempsey, L. Hawks, F. Monfana. H. Riebe. SECOND ROW-G. Fuller, B. Bockei, B. Dempsey, E. Weinschreider, J. Curfo J. lvlaldovan, Coach Case TOURNAMENT On March fhird, nine leading feams of Greafer Cleveland mef af fhe Shore gym for fhe annual Class A Secfional Tournamenf. ln fhe firsf round Shore led all The way in frouncing fhe Bedford five, 45-I9. This vicfory made Shore eligible fo meef Cleveland Heighfs, a feam sfrongly favored fo go fo Akron, fhe following day. Alfhough Shore was granfed a slighf chance fo win, fhe walloping fhaf was handed fo Cleveland l-leighfs by fhe' fasf moving Shore squad was enfirely un- looked for. Wifh fhe Admiral's big guns blasfing fhe hoop from all direcfions and playing a fighf defense, fhe game was all Shore from fhe sfarf. The local squad, along wifh many loyal supporfers, iourneyed fhe following week fo compefe in fhe Disfricf Tournamenf annually held af Akron. ln fhe firsf i' n, e' lfurly- REGULAR SCHEDULE Borea I H, ..,. 23 Shore. , .. .20 "SI-ICDCDTIINIGH TI-IEIIQ round Shore, paced loy I-Iarvey Reibe, nailed a close decision To The Tune of 20-I9 over a sTrong Akron Garfield Tive. Because oT This vicTory Shore moved inTo The Tinals where They meT Alcron EasT. EasT, adopTing a holding sTraTegy, grabbed an early lead which They never relinquished. Shore had shorT rallies buT noThing ThaT ever resulTed in a ThreaT and The Tinal score was 20-I2 in Tavor oT The opponenTs. The game ended Shores season. AshTabuIa 34 Shore Mayfield ,.,,,,. 29 Shore Glenville 32 Shore MGPIS HIS- 28 SWG TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES Shaw , 34 Shore y E. CenTral I2 Shore Seclwonal- l:airporT I2 Shore I3'idTOrd I Shore Brush ,Q 33 Share Cleveland I-ITS. Shore I'vIenTor I I Shore Bedford I I Shore DISIVICI- Danville 29 Shore Alcron Garfield Shore Garliold I-ITS. , 20 Shore Alcron EasT Shore WAV T0 AKRON PERSONALS l.amberT l-lawks . . . CapTain oT The squad, whose Tine, unheralded deTensive play helped The Admirals Through many a Tough spoT. Frank lvlonTana . . . Euclid Shore was especially honored by having This member oT iTs baske+balI Team selecTed as a guard on The News C5reaTer Cleveland All-Schol- asTic Team. MonTana's season ToTal was l26 poinTs, second only To Reibe. l-larvey Reibe . . . This Tine Torward was The Admirals' leading scorer wiTh a ToTal of l65 poinTs, his highesT being I7 aT The Garifield game. Reibe also gained recogniTion by being placed on The all Suburban Class A Team. Joe Dempsey . . . A Tine Torward and a sTeady player, probably Shore's mosT colorTul cager. Bill Dempsey . . . A splendid-Team player who had an almosT conTinuous injury Iinx. Elmer Weinschreider . . . Our Tall cenTer who did a Tine iob under The baskeT. Bruce Clarke . . . Our husky all-posiTion player who will be one of The mainsTays of nexT year's squad. 'low WaTerwash . . . A sharpshooTing midgeT who was graduaTed in midyear. Bill Bockel . . . A Tine player who capTained The reserves and lenT supporT To The varsiTy. John Maldovan, Joe CurTo . . . Two sophomores who will surely develop inTo Tlashy players in The nexT Two years. Page Fiftyeon PLUCKY PUCKSTETRSH QF S. S. Sl-ICDIQE RIM 'T Lok i FTRST POV!-P. Murphy, A. Trudeau, Mr. E. l-lansen, Mr. Phillips, J. Blew, W. Moore. SECOND ROW-W. Zuber, J. SmiTh, E. Heglaw, J. Ray, F. CroclceTT, J. Ragborg, L. Pallco. A blue lighT Tlashesl . . . The iniTial play-OTT OT The gliding season begins . . . Thrills and spills . . . a whirling, swirling puclc . . . The resulT-an unassisTed pass sTraighT To The neT . . . a goal . . . horrors!!! . . . anoTher and anoTher . . . The score- board records a menacing nine . . . a meaningless noThing . . . Shalcens Tigers reign yicTorious . . . Sl-,ores green lads . . . noT only in color buT also experience . . . suTTer new deTeaT. fi, iwlcc,sanT surprise . . . The powerTul and speedy UniversiTy SexTeT is wiTh- helff . . . a l I Tie . . . EasT Tech encounTers Shore in a biTTer baTTle Tor supremacy Page Fifty-two Tl-IEIR SILVER BLADES lConTinued from page 529 . . . Palko, Murphy, and l'leglaw, The green and whiTe high poinT men, experTly liTT The puck . . . Take and TeinT . . . and succeed in placing Two markers . . . buT The game ends wiTh The score oT 5-l . . . EasT Tech's Tavor. The nexT encounTer is wiTh CaThedral LaTin, Shore is helpless . . . The Tinal Tally is 5-O. Body checks and side board knocks are prevalenT . . . deTense man Jim SmiTh is knocked unconscious in a collision wiTh his WesT Tech opponenT . . . WesT Tech carries away a 2-I score . . . Again a deadlock , . . Coaches Phillips and l-lansen are really iniTiaTing The boys To The Techniques oT The game . . . Shore holds WesT High To a I-I Tie. Then CapTain Murphy leads his men To The TirsT undispuTed vicTory . . . Shore manages To pile up a score oT 3-l againsT Shaw . . . Goalie Hal Bezdek holds The mighTy Cleveland4l'leighTs squadron To a mere 3 poinTs . . . Shore, however, geTs only one . . . Then Shores line works beauTiTulIy . . . Lincoln succumbs To a 4-O score . . . Shores Tavor. The nexT baTTle shows EasT T-ligh's experi- enced players carrying Shore To a 7-l deTeaT . . . VicTory Tor The ShoriTes in The Tinal sTanza oT The season . . . John Adams bows To a 3-O ToTal . . . Shore Tinishes eighTh in The suburban league oT hockey, a new, exciTing sporT. l'fl-14' Fifi-Y-1l11'1'1' MUSCLE MEN" CDF S. S. Sl-ICDRE l FIRST ROW-B. Schliclcer, L. KraTT, B. Hayes, J. Dow, G. Burns. SECOND ROW-L. Bullard, A. Roosma, R. Richardson, J. Smifh. C. CoTTam. THIRD ROW-A. Brachlow B, Wade, B. McKee. B. Schafer, Coach Swaclchammer. Suddenly he was on his baclc! l-lurrah! Richardson had pinned his man again . . . CenTral was sTrong buT Shore had won . . . I7-27 in The TirsT maT meeT . . . Garheld . . . a Tough maTch . . . The Blue and Gold Toolc Their deTeaT smiling . . . 30-2 score . . . Then Euclid Cen+raI . . . her red was Turned To green in a I9-2 vicTory . . . Parma . . . powerTul . . . Shore . . . shalcy . . . a glimmer ol: hope . . . Then deTeaT . . . 22-I9 is close . . . Booming Lincoln . . . a Tough Tussle . . . compleTe submission . . . Shore Tailed 7 . . . Lincoln cleaned 25 . . . Lakewood . . . The machine was running smooThly . . . Shore was driving . . . SomeThing happened . . . UniversiTy school Toolc Shore . . . all on accounT oT l7'f2 To 9lf2 . . . Richardson . . . CoTTam gaTher in poinTs . . . respecTively . . . 32 . . . IO . . . Richardson capfured CiTy Tour- namenT TiTle in Third place . . . l-lurrah Tor The musclemen! Page Fifty-four ON "WINGS OF MERCURY". Speed . . . Speed . . . and more speed . . . was The cry oT The Shore TraclcsTers as They courageously advanced inTo The annual cinder session Tor a successTul season. l-ligh jumps . . . hurdles . . . relays . . . discus . . . shoT puTs . . . miles . . . and pole vaulTs . . . were all a parT of The brillianT array oT evenTs as The ShoriTes iour- neyed To Willoughby To meeT Their iniTial deTeaT aT 69-49. "Flash" Bezdeli redeemed Shore's pride in The nexT combaT wiTh lvlayTield l-leighTs when he led his Team maTes To The overwhelming vicTory oT IO4-I4 . . . Johnny Mald- ovan whizzed Through The IOO and 220 yard dashes . . . Joe CurTo displayed his abiliTy aT The shoT puT and discus . . . Sullivan Spino . . . as usual . . . exhibiTed his prowess aT The pole vaulT . . . and nimble Franlc Oiler really showed Them in The 880 relay. The Seamen repeaTed The perTormance oT The previous clash when They swamped The KirTlanders in a push-over maTch . . . Shore managed To run away wiTh The ma- ioriTy oT The TirsT posiTions To secure a wide margin score. BedTord's Braves proved To be more insisTing and capable Than Shore's pasT op- ponenTs when They succeeded in holding The home men To a meager 64-54 vicTory. AT The annual lvlenTor Relays . . . Shore's sTring iusT didn'T have Their usual spiriT and swiTTness . . . Tor They reTurned wiTh a mere TiTTh place raTing. Again Shore had To H sTruggle To s u b d u e Their combaTanTs in a close and biTTer baTTle againsT The Brown and Gold Brushmen . . . ShoriTes gained a scarce score OT 64-54 aTTer a Tierce and Turi- ous compeTiTive per- Tormance. ' - Maple l-leighTs sTun- ned The Shore MasTers wiTh The blow oT 72-46 . . . when They inTro- duced The second and lasT deTeaT oT The year 43, To close a ros erous 1 .. . . p p ri,-.Aiin - ii and vivid season. i..Dnf.L 1"'r 44 IIXI TI-IE SPRING Tennis . . . golf . . . ping pong . . . archery . . . baseball . . . horseshoes . . . 'rumbling . . . AII were innovalions . . .all were enlhusiaslically received . . . Inframurals . . . Ihere were Iofs of Ihem . . . homerooms . . .classes . . . boys and girls . . . every- one, had a chance Io show his abilily. There was 'rraclc . . . wresrling . . . baseball . . . baslcerball . . . golf . . .and volleyball. Mr. Phillips supervised Ihe cour'rs . . . and Iennis 'rournamenis were in progress ar Ihe Iirsr signs of Spring wea+her . . . Bill Dempsey . . . Ace raqueieer . . . Singles . . . fasl and furious games . . . a successful season . . . Iois of vicfories . . . Club swing . . . Mr. Vaccariello heads . . . Paul Murphy . . . Par is his meal . . .Willoughby is Ihe field . . . Eldon Geddes . . . Ping Pong champ . . . Mr. Swaclchammer showed him how. Archery . . . horseshoes . . . fumbling . . . all accomplishmenls of all sporfs clubs . . . worlcoufs every nighf. Young ladies pu+ 'rheir fingers in Ihe pie . . . all sporfs for Ihem. Lorraine Sierlcel . . . siarred as ping pong winner . . . Marilyn Case, and her scrappy roorers are Iops as far as basIce+baII Ieams go . . . The 6.A.C. and 'rhe GLC. supplied lofs of aihlefes . . . all in all Shore is an exfraordinary school when if comes Io sporf leadership. Balring Bambinos . . . Kings of Swaf . . . Iops in Ihe Conference . . . Coach Pohlo and his plucky crew, sinking all opposirion . . . Joe Cur+o's pifching a one hir game wifh sevenieen slrilceoufs againsf Ceniral, 7 Io I . . . Our lowering firsf saclcer, Weinschreider, slamming a homer in Ihe nin'rh frame wifh Reibe on base, Io save 'rhe Benediclrine game, 6 Io 4 . . . Shore gains honors by being Ihe only Easrern Conference Ieam +o play in fhe Ohio SIa+e Eliminafion Tournamenl . . . We congrafu- Iafe you, Ba++ing Admirals . . . l'1mf' lfi'fIy-.vl.x' il if -iff Activities 'J 5: gcc: Q? ., ,gf -6 41 X 45- 2 ' QXWMX Q -5 Q ANGELS WE I-IAVE I-IEARD GN I-IIGI-I FIRST ROW-HD. Weybrechf, A. Roosma, M. E. Luilcarf, R. Sfeffenhagen, J. Bluem, E. Oiler, W. Moore J. Dow. SECOND RCW-J. Tench, A. Wallace. R. Wismer, E. L. I'lolly, R. Darby, W. Keir, D. Borger, W Channell, Mr. J. Raish. THIRD RCW-I. Jasbeclc, J. Sfevenson, l, Eifzpafriclr, P. Da Mico, M. Marks, J. Kovacich, J. Coupe E. Fier, H. Zeidel, B. Grief. Folded hands againsf angelic robes suggesfing an efherial afmosphere . . . Ce- iesfial voices liffed in joyous anfhem . . . now rising exulfanfly . . . now hushed and whispered . . . now dying away in silence, every murmur confrolled by fhe rnagic movemenf of a direcfor's wand. Buf loolr again . . . Are fhey angels? Do you nof recognize fhe shining faces of our Shore sfudenfs? Perhaps you have nof been ac- guainfed wifh fhe dignified Robed Choir which made ifs debuf fhis year. Behind fhe few minufes of each song presenfed in public are whole periods of faifhful preparafion under fhe guidance and direcfion of lvlr. Raish. These fhirfy boys and girls have added disfincfion and dignify fo commencemenf exercises, school per- formances, and church services during fhe pasf year. Payt' Ffff.X"1'lgjf.l GN "WINGS CDF MUSIC" Twinkling eyes . . . merry Taces . . . happy boys and girls . . . They are The members OT The Glee Club and Chorus. DespiTe The mischievous looks you'll have To admiT ThaT They cerTainly did some wOnderTul work during The pasT year. Remember The ChrisTmas PageanT? Can'T you s+iII hear The audiences closely kniT webs OT "oh's" and "ah's" as They saT enchanTed and waTched The dimly ouTlined Tigures pro- ceed down The aisles, while The glorious and sweeTly blended words OT "AdesTe Fidelis" TloaTed over The audiTorium. Remember The mingled Teeling OT awe and bewildermenT ThaT seTTled over The audience as The TainT, soTT hues blended away inTo silence . . . like candles snuTTed ouT in Tarewell. i ThaT was only one program. All oT The oTher appearances OT The Chorus and The Cilee Club were equally Thrilling. We all enioyed The all Too rare occasions when assembly speakers abdicaTed in Tavor OT The luring sTrains OT "WaTer Boy" and 'iWiTh HearTs OT Hope." Thanks Mr. Raish, we appreciaTe The hours OT pracTice and preparaTiOn puT TorTh by The Chorus and Glee Club. FIRST ROW-G. Schoen, B. Grief J. DoughTy, D. M. lioce, J. Lo Re, G. MassiT, J. Kelly, P. Da Mico, M. J. Coogan, H. Ziedel, M. Brigleb, R, Bauer. SECOND ROW-R. Medved, M. ChareTTe, M. laTelice, Z. Karlovec, I. Jasbec, .l. Coupe, E. Fier, D. Srsa, J. Davies, J. Carr, E. SkoTT, W. Zelman, R. Moore. THIRD ROW-A. DragozeT, J. FranTz, L. SawiTke, M. Dempsey, D. Carr, V. Soules, R. SmiTh, B. Follis, B. Heiss. D. Daniel, A. Wilson, D. WeybrechT, B. Ray, J. Jamnik, J. Nelson. FOURTH ROW-J. Lawrence, W. Keir, V. Ohl, B. Moore, L. Koman, J. WeinerT, J. SchulTz, J. Pardy, B. McCoy, B. CrockeTT, B. Campbell, C. AmaTo, B. ChrisTensen, M. E. LuikarT, I. Claywell, M. Flynn, B. Channel. FIFTH ROW-A. Brace, E. STigers, V. Wasel, l. FiTzpaTrick, J. Kovacich, A. Roosma, M. Yuska, M. Ohl M. Marks, V. Thomas, N. Winch, J. Tench, R. Conrad. SIXTH ROW-J. Dow, B. Moore, J. Kulke, E. Lord, F. Oiler, J. Bluem, E. Gibson, B. Simmonds, R. STeT- Tenhagen, A. Wallace, R. Roosma, C. CampiTelli. Prlgll' Fifly-n1'nc MUSIC I-IATH CHARMS.. FIRST ROW-R. Barry, A. Lo Re, A. Phillips, D. Buerlcel, W. Kerr, M. Wenning, E. Baclrwinlcel, J. Coupe, T. Bullard, R. Row, K. Harper, E. SawiTl:e, A. Cowhard. SECOND ROW-L. Bullard H. Hawley. R. Wismer, B. Clarlce, M. Horn, M. Case, N. PeTerson, R. Schliclcer, R. S-Tcclcer, F. Senol. THIRD ROW-W. WinTers, P. Darby, L. Slerlel, M. lvluhvic, B. Fier, R. BuTler, C. Kuchenbaclcer, F. Syracuse. K. Vliilhelm. FOURTH ROW-R. Darby, D. Hueber, C. CoTTam, D. MeTTs, J. Seybold R. Rhodes. W. IvIarTin, E. Krenc. IT is aImosT eighjr oclock . . . Shadowy Tigures carrying unwieldy cases appear Trom behind The curTains . . . chairs scrape . . . piercing noTes echo ThroughouT The audi- Torium as clarineTs, violins, TrumpeTs, Tubas and oboes are Tuned up . . . The lighTs are dimmed . . .Two whiTe hands appear in The darlcness . . .violin bows are seT in place... maiesTicalIy The music sTarTs, and we Tind ourselves enchanTed by The soTT, luring sTrains of The Shore High orchesTra . . . Yes . . . This is The group ThaT supplied The Tinishing Touches Tor many school acfivf- Ties during The pasT year . . . assembly . . . concerT . . . Senior Play . . . Page-anT . . . Gym ExhibiTion . . . and lasT oT all CommencemenT . . And The peaceful sTrains oT our Alma lvlaTer Tade away in The disTance . . . Page Slxly MARCI-IING ALCDNG TCDGETT-TER. BlisTered TeeT, Trozen ears, Tired Tingers, buT They're sTill in sTep, marching Tor The glory oT dear old Shore. Faces To The righT oT Them . . . Taces To The leTT oT Them . . . buT vicTory in TronT oT Them. Those dashing sTudenTs in The brighT blue uniTorms are marching on, unaware oT The admiring eyes, The cheering crowd ...They are under The spell oT Their drum maior, AdelberT Cowhard . . .The whisTle blows, The "S" is Tormed, and The bandsmen sTrilce up The noTes oT Their beloved "Alma MaTer." Signs oT spring . . . and anTicipaTed concerTs, rehearsals, solos, guarTeTs, marches, pracTice and more pracTice. April 29, Tinds The Shore audiToriun'i Tilled wiTh enThusi- asTic music lovers . . . The combined Euclid CenTral-Shore Band gives an impressive conce-rT . . . Then came The day, May 7 . . . our band received a Third raTing in The Greater Cleveland ConTesT . . . CongraTulaTionsl FIRST ROW-A. Lo Re, F. Oiler, A. Cowhard, R. PaTTon, J. Knific, G. ETTenger, lvl, Blase, M. Wen- ning, M. Case, lvl. Horn, C. CoTTam, NN. EgberT, R. Rhoades, D. MeTTs, R. BeuTler, R. Barrry, J. Bergem. SECOND ROW-W. WinTers, P. Darby, H. Hawley, R. Wismer, B. Clarlce, K. Wilhelm, L. STerlcel W. BeuTler. THIRD ROW-F. Syracuse, C, Kuchenbacher, R. SToclcer, W. lvlarTin, R. Schleiclcer, R. BuTler, E SawiTke. FOURTH ROVV--R. Darby. Pfiyn' 5i.l'fj'-0716 "WE, TI-IE LEGISLATIVE BODY" FIRST ROW-W. Javnikar, B. Daniels, M. KrupiTzer, M. STrnad, R. Mezgec, M. J. Coogan, B. Moore, B. ChrisTensen, T. Bullard. SECOND ROW-A. Rapouschek, V. ZusT, J. RasseraIIo, M. Lipovec, M. WeaTherhead, M. Dempsey, D. Zdara, Miss AingworTh. THIRD ROW-W. Moore, F. MonTana, E. Barina, J. Dow, L. I-IawIcs, W. BocIfeI, B. Clarke, R. George G. Rocewicky. Two-ThirTy, Tuesday aTTernoon . . . a sTeady sTream oT boys and girIs are heading Tor The greaT open spaces . . . SchooI's over Tor The day, no more cIasses, no more wor- ries... BuT waiTIII WhaT's going on in Room I I7? Shall we IooIc in? . .. The sound oT voices, heaTed discussions, a new plan presenTed . . . commiTTees appoinTed . . . Yes-The nobIe TwenTy-Tive councilors are hard aT work seTTIing schooI problems . . . WiThin The cIose conTines oT Room I I7, dances were pIanned, discipline discussed, proposiTion aTTer proposiTion was weighed, and graduaIIy decisions were made . . . STormy sessions, IengThy commiTTee meeTings, cabineT conTerences, invesTiga- Tions-WhaT was The resuIT? Nine Times The oId gym TIoor shone Trom sIiding TeeT . . . noon periods became more TascinaTing aTTer dancing and game rooms had been made available . . . ChrisTmas basIceTs were disTribuTed, and The caTeTeria became more en- ioyabIe . . . Thanks To The counciIors. They generously relieved The oTTice oT such Tasks as The compiIing oT The Honor RoII and The handIing oT The IosT and Tound . . . Yes-wiTh The help of Their adviser, Miss AingworTh, Those versaTiIe sTudenTs seTTIed many oT The weighTier probIems oT Shore. Page Sixty-turn INESS BEFCDRE PLEASURE Doors close . . . TeeT shuTTle . . . chairs scrape . . . The sound of The gavel . . . silence. The AdverTising commiTTee once more seTs To worlc and dreams Tor a years acTiviTies are born. l.ong business sessions, business by The carloads, TiclaeTs. posTers, programs, more business and more programs, inTensive campaigns, TournamenTs . . . worry, worry, TiclceTs To be disTribuTed, doors To be guarded, money To be counTed . . . These are buT a Tew oT The Taslcs ThaT conTronT The "Ad" CommiTTee. lT was all worlc and li++le crediT, lbuT They enjoyed every precious minuTe oT iTl. Vigorous, versaTile sTudenTs, you deserve praise. We Take This opporTuniTy To pay TribuTe To you and Mr. Spangler Tor The unique managennenT oT The business side oT Shores public acTiyiTies. We ap- preciaTe your eTTorTs. FIRST ROVV-Mr. Spangler, VV. Zuber, J. MoulTon, W. T-lehr, M. KrupiTzer, B. T-leiss. SECOND ROW--AB. Robinson, C. Schlobach, B. C'hrisTensen, A. Roosma, V. Thomas, R. Weining, R SchaTer. THIRD ROW-V. WhiTcomb, E. Dcrrlcin, P. Da Mico, E. Savage, B. STrain, E. Ray, G. Schoen. Vagfu .S'1'.1'Iy-rlirn' "FRIEND-Sl-Ill?" FIRST ROW-M. J. Coogan, L. Backvvinlfel, J. Sfevenson, V. Whiicornb, M. Weaiherhead, B. Gom- mel, Miss Campbell, A. Roosma, C. Narveleil, M. Ohl, P. Carnpleiohn, D. O'Neill, J. Loranqer. SECOND ROW--E. Rillie, G. Sampson, B. J. Pallon, A. Gregorin, E. Donlcin, B. Sfrain, M. L. Camp- bell, J. McCoy, R. Prirnosh, L. Berglund, M, Davis, M. Carlgren, M. Davis, E. Dallon, J. Morris. THIRD ROW-C. Schlobaclc, B. Chrislenen, L. Semple, B. Ray, F. Kardos, B. Killeen, A, Wilson, D. Smilh, L. Haberaclcer, N. Brennan, R. Andrews, V. Ohl, M. Weighiman, B. Buell, B. Daniels. FGURTH ROW-G. Gessner, D. Kemfer, B. Croclrell, C. Kuchanbacher, R. Robinson, V. Thomas, N. Winch, M. E. McKeon, B. Anderson, M. Case. Anchors a-weigh, my friends! Seplember-and a iolly group of Friendship girls again sei sail for a year of advenlurous cruising aboul Shore. While on board ship 'rhey recognized new members wilh an impressive candle-lighr service . . . gave a formal lea . . . had an eleganl slryle show . . . enioyed a luscious splash parly . . . planned a dynamic Charily Fesfivall ln December 'rhey docked long enough lo join 'rhe Hi-Y and +he Girl Reserves in pulling over fhe grealesl fesfival Shore has ever seen. lConfinuecl on page 6Sl Payr .Tixty-four' SETS SAIL. FIRST ROW-A. Croff, F. Perme, M. Hannaford, D. DanieI, F. Grubb, D. Berner, B. Heiss, M. Iafelice, B. Cook, M. Harper, M. BoIz. SECOND ROW-R. Budnik, A. Geiger, M. Goodhead, B. Tieber, B. GiampoIi, I-I, Mazick, P. Ashley, L. Sawirice, M. Difrich, D. Janes, J. Franfz, M. Shukairis. THIRD ROW-Z. Karlovec, F. Urban, L. Fredrick, H. Moon, E. Dreer, J. Wolriord, M. Horn, M. Von Hoi, E. SaisaII, M. Whiicomb, M. Wifi. FOURTH ROW-M. Waliermire, E. Popovic, J. Carr, S. Sugarman J. FieId, J. Vyande, I. Gramm, E. Rapp. The Hi-Y boys came on board ship 'ro aI'rend a semi-formal Chrisrmas dance in Ihe beauriful salon. In May Ihey Iowered Ihe gang-plank and welcomed Iheir morhers Io come aboard and join Ihem in a ioIIy and carefree "MoIher-DaughIer" Banquet In aII Iheir acriviries Ihe shipmalres aimed Io mainrain a high s+andard of friendli- ness among Ihemselves and Iheir associares. Needless 'ro say, Ihey achieved Their goal under 'rhe guidance of a capabIe sponsor-Miss Campbell. Pagrr .5-T.l'fj'-ff'l!C ITS ALWAYS FAIR XXXEATI-IER. WI-IEIXI GQQD FELLCDWS GET TCDGETI-IEI2 FIRST ROW-J. Speidel, M. Ivlclieon, J. Chase, B. Moore, G. WhiTTles, Mr. SchmidT, WalT Schwegler, M. MaTlco, T. WaTerwash, S. Reariclc, E. Savage, H. Riebe, J. Grossman. SECOND ROW--C. Bowles, J. Ray, F. CroclceTT, E. Carlozzi, J. BlaTTau, B. OlNeill, J. Parisi, E. Pod- nar, E. SawiTl4e, H. Bezdek, W. Barlag, G. Greve, R. BeuTler. THIRD ROW-E. Harvey, W. Wade, F. MonTana, D. Hueber, T. Shimroclc, E. Heglaw, J. Dempsey, R. Richardson, G. Kinnamon, P. George, S. Spino. FOURTH ROW-R. Kreyssig, W. Simmonds, E. Weinschreider, J. Rose, J. Bluem, B. Boclcel, B. Demp' sey, L. Hawks, B. Clarlce. All aboard . . . all aboard! ThaT's The call The Shore High boys heard as The becToning declcs OT The greaT ship "Hi-Y" lay open in The early Tall. The TiclceT Tor admission was The simple promise ThaT one would live up To The moTTo, "clean speech, clean sporTs, clean scholarship, clean living". FiTTy boys responded To The call and They are much The happier Tor iT. Weren'T you iusT a wee biT envious as you heard The inToxicaTing laughTer and The exc:iTed voices OT The boys as They good-naTuredly boasTed abouT The swimming parTy, hoT dogs, pie . . .mmm . . . hikes, rallies, carnival and oh, yes, The ChrisTmas dance and The basIceT- ball TournamenT. Every ship has a capTain and so, oT course, did The good ship "Hi-Y". May we join wiTh Them in ToasTing a genTleman and a sporT . . . CapTain WalT Schweglerl Page .S'1'.x'l,v4.ri.r GONE TO PRESS!!! l ! .v- 'C FIRST ROW-G. Cuhfe, C. Coffam, A. Fullon, B. Sfrain, L. Slerlrel, Mr. Redmon. SECOND ROW-W. Zuber, E. Donlcin, J. Sievenson, B. Robinson, l.. Hawks. THIRD ROW-R. Primosh, J. McCoy, R. Richardson, Mr. Angene. FOURTH ROXN-K. Wilhelm, R. Darby, A. Roosma. NOT PICTURED-D. Rofh, M. J. Coogan, R. Rapp, R. Mesgec, F. Croclcell, J. Franlz, M. Krupilzer, G. Kinnamon, V. Vfassel, W. Boclcel, B. Henn. A bursl of enrhusiasm . . . ambilious sfudenls sei abou? malfing an annual. Meel- ings, conferences, dummies, budgels, campaigns, worries . . . money problems, adver- fising, subscriprions, copies, picrures, all in Jrhe same nighlmare . . . The voice of The edilor seems To be always repealing The same guesrions . . . "When are lhose piclures going 'ro be +aken7 . . . Who's going 'ro raise lhe money? . . . Haven? you finished your copy? ...Where are The drawings?" . . . Back in our feverish minds resounds lhar horrible echo . . . "All malerial musl be in by Friday" . . . A lranlic rush, lasi minure defails, hurried wrire-ups . . . Then, a sigh of relief . . . Ah, "The Log" has gone lo prinl. These infricale mazes of conrroversy didn? baffle Jrhe sfafi members, fhey sluclc lo Their job . . .and Jrhey did finish. Mr. Angene and Mr. Redmon gave lheir lull-hearred sup- porl . . .We really did enjoy 'rhose healed meerings, and now 'rhal i+'s all over, we ad- rnil, if was valuable, lfascinaling worlc. Pauli' .5ili.l'f'V-.Y ASSIGNMENTS . . . IQEPCDIQTS . . . EDITGRIALS EDITORIAL STAFF J. McCoy, A. Fulfon. M. Ma'rko, W. Zuber, C. Reeves, B. I-Ielphrey, R. Slife, B. Anderson, B. McCoy. M. Ohl, E. DaIIon, R. Primosh, W. Moore, T. O'Breza, F. CrockeH E. Moore, M. Marks, L. S+erkeI, ' B. Sfrain, M. Weafherhead . . . and Ihe circulafion sfaff . . . FIashI News again . . . deep dark secrefs are Iold by yours IruIy . . . The Breeze Iriumphs again wifh new news or no news . . . hard work wirh some resuI+s . . . beHer Breezes 'rhan ever before . . . library nofes . . . edi'roriaIs 'rha'r are up-Io-da're . . . coming assembly . . . preview of movie . . .feaifures . . . carfoons . . . sporfs gossip . . . Thou- sands of o+her newsy irems . . . The Breeze comes our Wednesday every week . . . McCoy and I:uIIon work Ihe res+ of 'rhe week searching for spicy arIicIes . . . Zuber and MaIko . . . righf hand rnen. Mr. Vaughn . . . adviser. . . Clarabefh Reeves . . . her IIying fingers . . . produce Ihe Breeze . . . reporrers all over all Ihe 'rinne . . Breeze . . . sees all, knows all. feIIs all. fs? '4 xg-Znvflify l'mir .5ilillI' wmllf HCCDIQNLICCDPIA CDF PLEASLIIQEH Monday aTTernoon . . . 2:30 a. m .... smiling sTudenTs dashing here and There! Does Thaf give you a clue? Why, yes . . . oT course, iT's Club Period. Classes Tor The day are over, shall we look inTo some oT The cabins? "You Tell, or I shall keell you!" "Oh, Jack, please spare his IiTe, I beg oT you . . . " Don'T be alarmed, iT's only The DramaTics Club rehearsing. Can'T you see Mr. Baumer over There wiTh a half smile on his Tace, probably Thinking: "They're noT doing such a bad iob oT +haT scene aTTer all." . . . "Don'T be aTraid To Take hold oT The girl." WhaT's This? . . . Oh, I see Mr. Vaccariello and Miss I-Ienderson are Trying To encourage bashTuI boys and girls in The TundamenTals oT social dancing . . . "Democracy is going To weaken sTeadily, if we allow I-IiTIer and Mussolini as much power as They've Taken in The pasT." . . . "On The conTrary . . . . Those sTudenTs are having guiTe a discussion in Mr. Vaughn's Cur- renT EvenTs Club.' '...' 'A home has real personaliTy when," Ah! Miss Vernon is Training TuTure housewives how To make The "I-Iome BeauTiTuI" . . . Colors . . . lines, Iabrics and proporTions were sTudied and illusTraTed in Miss I.emon's CosTume Design Club .... "The main Thing now is To keep pushing These engravings" . . . IT's iusT Mr. Angene geT- Ting behind The I.og STalT . . . IndusTrious, ambiTious secreTaries . . .Typing . . . mime- ography, Tiling . . . They are The members oT Miss DarsT's Business Success Club . . . WhaT's This.. . arTisTs wiThouT bereTs and smocks . . . oh, I undersTand, They're Too busy working on The murals. Miss PeTers cerTainly kepT Them busy making Prom decoraTions and The like . . . Mr. I-Iinch's STars Gazers Club had some inTeresTing Trips, including one To The Cleveland Museum oT NaTural I-IisTory . . . PicTures, picTures, picTures, can- did, scenic, yes, even colored, ThaT's whaT Mr. Phillips and his phoTographers sTudied abouT during The Club period . . . "WhaT should I wear? . . . I-low should I acT?" . . . Miss Meyers carefully answered These quesTions in her Business ETiqueTTe Club . . . "STrike Three!!! You're ouT." Bob Feller Tans are pracTicing up in Miss Gills Recrea- Tion Club . . . l3uTure drivers oT America sTudied saTeTy rules and laws under The guid- ance oT Mr. Case and Miss AingworTh in Their AuTo Drivers Club . . . The way To a man's hearT is Through his sTomach . . . iT seems we have a number oT smarT girls, who are preparing Themselves in Miss Rosenbergens Charm Club . . . We'd like some poinT- ers, Too . . . Would you like To Travel? Mr. OldT will have noThing buT The besT. I-Iis is an Air Travel Club . . . Mr. PohTo Trains his archiTecTs in The Scale and Triangle Club and Mr. Redman supplied The builders. Maybe you didn'T realize Shore sTudenTs were so enTerprising. - ,uL.fx.n'3g ,, , , I X 1 THE CAMERA CLICKSI Quiel, please . . . All aboard! . . . Walch your sfep . . . Allen-shun! . . . Roosma concenlralesl Wow! . . . Cauqhl in The acl . . . The 'llorgollen man' '... Robinson slands The "S+rain' '... The "Maes+ro" . . .All "ears" . . . Cor- nered7 . . . 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