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

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QQ We, the graduating class of l947, dedi- cate this book to the city of Euclid on its Sesquicentennial Anniversary. After l5O years of progress, "Euclid is the fastest growing community in Ohio. lt offers a greater variety of employment than any other city of near its size in Ohio." Yes, Euclid has grown and progressed since its official founding in i797 when "Eleven families came and built eleven homes and sowed two acres of wheat around each home," and along with it have grown the schools and the possibilities and importance of education. We are grateful and proud to be gradu- ated from a Euclid school. We look forward to being citizens and to taking part in the community life of our city. l f l 1 N I 4 ,Qu -- x f If - xi I , . I, U x X l l l 1 fs, NJ fll "X ,E jx R X I I .5 s ff X , 70 "Q- V, f' wil , A M0 GLM! M lfblf' UL erinfenjenli domino! of Board of Education As we today survey American edu- cation, we smile at the argument that a grammar school education is enough tor American youth. To say that be- yond this education is a luxury is to deny the common experience ot our young people in the recent war. While the major purpose ot second- ary education today is to give our youth a background of culture and understanding that will make tor good citizenship and happy living, we realize it is ot vital importance to our country as well as to our individual selves that we lay the foundations tor a technical or scientific lite. We are no longer a simple, agricultural community. Our lite has become singularly complex. Our schools must face this challenge in preparing young people for the years ahead. FIRST ROW: Anton E. Strohmg Russel l-l. Erwine, Superintendent, Loyal E. Luikart. SECOND ROW: Loren J, Bullard, John F. Davis, President, C. E. Bowman, Vice Presidentj Frank Mills, Business Manager. eafuwoalfion, vinci ag om Graduates ot l947, The span of your years at Shore has encompassed a very significant period in the growth ot your City of Euclidl While most of you have been here, Euclid has doubled in size and it has grown phenomenally in commercial and cultural importance, as a good place to work and to live. You and your school-Shore-have grown too,-grown in understanding and capacity to meet new and larger obligations. These responsibilities must be assumed and ably carried. That is being done. And now, you are prepared by rea- son ot home opportunities, community advantages, and educational ettort to be considered graduates ot Shore. May you always be as proud of your school in tuture as you have been during your student days. Shore will have reason to be proud ot you who will be numbered among the many successful Shore Grads! Sincerely, , Leonard E. Loos Walter Schwegler, Dean ot Boys at Elsa Albrecht, Dean of Girls 'xl' eaufw liege fo gui e vw . . . LUCILLE AINGWORTH B. A. Flora Stone Mather M. A. Columbia University English Sponsor at Newcomers Club Faculty Advisor ot Entertainment LESTER ANGENE B. A. Heidelberg College M. A. Ohio State University Ohio University English, Psychology Faculty Advisor ot the Log Junior Class Play Sponsor MERYL R. BAUMER BA. Wittenberg College LL. B. John Marshall Law School Wisconsin University Western Reserve University English, Dramatics, Speech National Forensic League Senior Class Play Sponsor JDHN BECK Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Baldwin Wallace College Choirs, Vocal Music JEAN BELL B. A. Findlay College History, English VIRGINIA BELL B. S. Beaver College Physical Education, English MINTON BLAUCH B. S. Kent State University M. A. Kent State University General Science, Biology Coach of Freshman Baseball Chairman Assembly Committee ADRIAN BUERGER B. S. University ot Dayton E. E, Ohio State L'n've'sity Algebra, Geometry PERA CAMPBELL B, A. Defiance College M.A. Ohio State University University ot Wisconsin English Service Club Sponsor FORD L. CASE B. S. Ohio University M.S. University ot Wisconsin Shop Coach ct Bcsketball Track Coach , .. ,Vs f 4 17,1 -.' . , , is 3 1.6 '- -4' 'K If . Wiz 4, ,gf i A 43411, ., gfjfs., iiiffc as el ui A'-rx 7. ,f-.-...f fsi'7t.5.-i .. I A E , ' Q E I af ,A 4 A , x . ' - . fl' W ,':':Bi'jjL 4. ,,.'i,"' .wp 'pq-,:,,'.. 'W' ffzrongz, MAOUK jig main DOUGLAS CHAPMAN B. A. Northwestern University Jr. High Vocal Music LOUISE DARST B. A. Oberlin College M. A. New York University Shorthand, Bookkeeping Office Practice MARIE DAVIS B. A. Ohio Wesleyan Columbia University Ohio State University Western Reserve University English, Latin Junior Girl Reserves SPARTOCO DIBIASIO B. A. Oberlin College M. A. Columbia University Science, Physical Education Asst. Football Coach Asst. Basketball Coa:h CLARENCE ECKERT B. S. Kent State University Industrial Arts Wrestling Coach Asst. Football Coach JAMES W. GEBHART B. S, Heidelberg College M. S. Ohio State University Western Reserve University Wisconsin University Toledo University Science Science Club Sponsor WILMA GILLMAN B. A, Heidelberg College English, Government World History Jr. Girl Reserves DALE HARPER B. S. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music University ot Cincinnati University ot Akron M. A. Western Reserve University Band, Orchestra ROY O. HINCH B. A. Akron University Ohio State University Kent State University Western Reserve University Mississippi University Chicago University Solid Geometry, Science Trigonometry School Photographer EDITH LEMON B. S. Northwestern University M, A. Western Reserve University Home Economics, Sewing Student Council Sponsor ,,. gs .WHT ...JW x J W ! l mi . :' Y 4? I fy P . if me I . sv .fl ,, .. Ti A: fs" 'f .ry f i I 'QQ' ,dj X . I D fi? og half 0 our Lleacfaem . . . ALBERT MITCHELL B. S. Vlfestern Reserve University Junior I-ligh Band HAZEL J. MOORE 53. A Lake Erie College Baldwin Wallace College Physical Education, English Cirls' Leader Club Sponsor MARGARETTE PATRICK B. A, Western Reserve University Spanish Business, English Friendship Club Sponsor JUNE PHYPERS ,, ' B.A. Denison University l U V V V M. A. Western Reserve 'r 4' University x I Radcliffe College ,Z ' New York University Typing Eusiness Advisor for the Log an ANNETTE PIERSON 'LK 'E Ng B. S, Kent State University M. A, Western Reserve ' 'A ,Jia University ,--7,, Social Studies Senior Sisters Sponsor JOHN J. POHTO B. S. Ohio State University M. A. Western Reserve University Mechanical Drawing Coach of Baseball Megaphone Club HETTY ROSENBERGER B. S. Flora Stone Mather M. A. Columbia University Home Economics, Cooking Jr. Red Cross ROY SHARROCK B. S. Wocster College M.A, Columbia University Physics Coach of Baseball Pitchers HARRY W. SPAN GLER B. S. Heidelberg College M. S. Western Reserve University Chemistry Advertising Committee Sponsor IRA M. STUBBART B. A. University ot Iowa Cleveland Teachers College Mathematics fm- f, :gg W. Z. iw f sf xx T33-surf S. X-'Wg 5' s L ,datum .-Y, Q--vb I 1 'Qi C . 5 J. ai XYISSQ 1 ' X' X Q X ff t iw gm Yi ii? W it 1. gg x A ,v .aw -10 ..--9 L5 fo LLQULCA 80LCA51lUL6!QlfLf . CLARENCE SWACKHAMER B. S. Ohio University M. A. Columbia University Ohio State University Physical Education Coach of Wrestling ANTHONY C. VACCARIELLO B. S. Miami University M. A. Western Reserve University English, Spanish General Language Evening Recreation Committee CHARLES C. VAUGHN B. A. Bethany College M. A. Ohio State University Printing, Journalism Quill and Scroll Sponsor Breeze Sponsor ALEXAN DER WASELKOV B. A. George Washington University M. A. Ohio University Corcoran School of Art Art STANLEY A. WHITESIDE B. A. Ohio State University Wisconsin University American History National Honor Society Sponsor JANE WILLIAMS Ph. B. Denison University Ohio University Chicago University German, Latin BEULA WILSON B. A. Western Reserve University M. A. Western Reserve University Algebra Girl Reserves Sponsor EDNA L. WOODWORTH B. S. Western Reserve University M. A. Western Reserve University Mathematics IRENE HORVATH School Norse ARTHUR BONES Custodian O O 7 -A 2 'fl' ' . yr, 13.32 f -al I IM. 9""'q"5L i Ii K ,,.. :W X X ... - fo fAL1fLA'A1fZLi1f1fL5eM Most Popular ..... Best Personality Nicest Hair ......... Nicest Eyes ...,,. Best Athlete ,...,.. Neatest ....,., Best Sense of Humor,,. Most Pep ....,., Best Scholar ,...... Best Dancer ,,,... Best Looking.. Best All-Around Most Likely to Succeed ........ ....... . ff ' X ,fl N Deromsst Ewsu. CELESTE o. wurrweu. Traffic Officer Librarian V A f-J si.izABETi-i T. TANNEHILL Assistant Librarian " S my my . if AZT : 7 151 , gs. Z X2 cginior p0!0l4,Atl"l.ffl po!! 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Grace Brooks ..,........, Joe Mayer ..............,. 12A Don McLean Marge Kozan Dexter Rolla Marge Kozan Paul Hummel Ruth Jenz June McGuigan Warren Levitt Ruth Jenz Don McLean Phyllis Long John Mavsar Ruth Jenz Jim Gorka Marge Kozan Bob Birch Marge Kozan Don McLean Dorothy Rini Jim Gorka Olive Lindsay Don McLean Dolores Cergol Ruth Jenz Don McLean Marge Kozan Don McLean Sara Grau 531 , M x 5-QKOW endow KLM QMCQI45 D. Rini, V. Presg V. Smith, Sec.g J. Movsor, Pres.g M. Kozcm, Trees. w ,, vw. . V , qw' , J w , W X9 C0 X .. H Q N a y - p- Q' Mum. ,QP .ww V! Sf. wigs-3,,,?..A N,- , . gf - - e'Am5f,.Mx2:,,'Lwf'5g5w-'fi' M N f ..,,...,MtW,- A M f I- ,,,f,4,.- W, ,Q - ' A , Urge- ' ws - q::Q,fv 4"""" - 3, S, i'i1L15 k y f km -',Sg7,,,,.4-f:gef,,f'...WZI.1 , , wi, . , ' , f""'.Z'5wn5g5,'3. 7 f f , .-- , wr - - X w. - ws- 40.4, 'N XM, . .w-Q51 is-www-M'.,,,1 ef .2 Q- ' ww ,,w,.q ' 3451, 7. 5' H-+r"f"'i 'L Q 'MQW- awwzy P' ' . ' 'W . . , -':1gQf?Ifj.Q'lIf1.mf-v JP' ' if-.J , ,-,K ,N 5.43 . ,,,.w....awu:s 's::..1X" " j 1' vw" """'- L ' ' 3? V- "3'Mv "' ' 'Y -+ V rn . . 4 d.. "',1,"", ! ' "- 5 .,,v-7vpu-- , . " " . - ws X .yvbm f. :' 1, N 5 .5 A W-,.a4gf'5f5X:'3-v If 0 ..-W-Q' x..,,4. ..ff"7"' v-ow-nnnnp . ., t .,fg?g,, , , tl .MA 'i D. Sotovo, Treosg R, Woch, Pres.g M. Odell, Sec.g C. Most, V. Pres. JAMES BAGLIONE 20720 Fuller Ave. Dark and trim, that's our Jim. Hi-Y 3,45 Sec. 35 Ad Comm. 3,45 Breeze Stott 45 Track lg Football l5 Jr. Play Statt5 Sr. Play Staff. CARL BARILE 20630 Westport Ave. Away for a while but returns with a smile. Returned from two years' service in the Army. Hi-Y l,25 Basketball l5 Football l5 Jr. Play Statf5 Sr. Play Staff. ROBERT BIRCH 57 E. 220 St. ln our town, he's a clown. Hi-Y 3,45 Sec. 45 Breeze Staff 45 Basketball l,25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l, 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Chorus l,2,3,4. DOLORES CERGOL 296 E. l95 St. Cheer for Do with pep and go. Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A. C. l,2,3,45 Megaphone l,2, 3,45 Cheerleader 45 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Sr. Play Statt5 Chorus l,2,3,4. DORIS CHISTOPHER 22l0l Fuller Ave. Giggle on "Dar," we always like more. Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A. C. 2,3,45 Red Cross 25 Whirlo Club 2,3,45 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 Treas. 45 Log Stott 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff. JAMES CRAIG 2l6 E. 214 St. With electric tricks, he really clicks. Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 4. LOREN DOBOSY 2l 760 Roberts Ave. With a drum beat he's all reet. Band l,2,3,4. ROBERT FEIGHAN 64 E. 217 St. A keen "X" marine. Entered from St. Ignatius in Junior year. Returned from one year's service in the Marine Corps. l-li-Y 3,45 Baseball 3. JAMES FUNK 2l73l Fuller Ave. A handsome sight with a smile so bright. Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 25 Whirlo Club l5 Basketball l,25 Baseball l,2,3,4. JAMES GORKA 26l3l Briardale Ave. As a comic, he's atomic. Returned after two years' service in the Navy. ,HA 'Z A"' ef 5 y -A 3, ai fi-1 'il 'lf ,sz ,. , ,. 1, . ,V . , f all 4 we I1 , .j , A -v , .4 2. my A S 4 was . -,ww i 2, , l is V - .wr 25' ' :S X x?5 if WX xc , Q, ,M txvtgxysgg . A to X.-CHU, , V . tl. f A2 f Ollwli J? 2 4 f L ff -xcs ce 4 .- '.': , w ,...., 1 5 5 "" l -'Q .1 jr llzll ,J 5r r 3 ,555 - 3 .. "" J V g J Q ...,, .T A 5 eeeul ie "'P '. 21' , tl -QW gf... ,Q 4. 1 ' "Q , 1 se - A t, 6.57 . ' 9 4 2-I"'3". .j ' ' J this ,lx l K.. . .QQ it -'rm Q3 mf' r .i ', 1 J 4 ff. tw? ,Qi if AO' ! I A fffvsgl , 207- . ,df "' 5. i . 25,1 52. 5 .fl '-qs. . -5 ,.,-1 .ai 57- rl' SARA GRAU 8l E. 2l4 St. Quiet humor and wit, for leadership she's tit. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,45 Friend- ship 2,3,45 Treas. 35 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 G.A.C. Board 35 Student Council 3,45 Sec. 35 Advisory Board 3,45 Ad. Ccmm. 2,3,45 Pres. 45 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Jr. Class Sec.5 Breeze Staff 2,3,45 Log Staff 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statt5 Sr. Play Staff5 G.L.C. 3,45 Service Club l,2,3,4. TONY GIUNTA 21300 Gollar Ave. A right nice guy with O smile that's shy. Hi-Y 3,45 Breeze Staff l,2, 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling l. LEOLA HENRY 75 E. l96 St. ln home art, she's smart. Friendship Club 2,35 Log Staff 45 Chorus 2,3. PAUL HOMMEL 2l85 Warrington Rd. We'd walk a mile for that winning smile. Hi-Y 3,45 Track 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Hockey 3,-4. AUDREY JENNISON 270 Babbitt Rd. Blonde and cute and nice to boot. Friendship Club l,2,3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Service Club 45 Red Cross l,25 Whirlo Club l,25 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Breeze Staff 3,45 Jr. Play Statfg Band l,2,3,45 Or- chestra l. RUTH JENZ 304 E. 208 St. A gal with beauty and a strong sense of duty. Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.L.C. 2,3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Serv- ice Club 2,3,45 Red Cross 35 Advisory Board 35 Student Council l,2,3,45 Advisory Board l,2,3,45 Megaphone Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Ad Comm. 25 Whirlo Club l,25 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Breeze Staff 25 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statf5 Sr. Play Statf5 Chorus l,2, 3,45 Recreation Comm. 3,4. MARTHA KINNAMON lO38 Babbitt Rd. You can depend on such a friend. Nat. Honor Soc. 45 Friend- ship 2,3,45 Treas. 45 Ring Group5 G.L.C. 3,45 G.A.C. 2,3,45 Service Club 3,45 Megaphone l,2,35 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 V.-Pres. 35 Log Staff 45 Jr. Play Staft5 Sr. Play Statt5 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra l. MARGE KOZAN 9l0 E. 237 St: You'll remember her laughter forever after. Nat. Honor Soc. 45 Friend- ship Club 2,3,45 Social Chairman 35 Pres, 45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 G.L.C. 3,45 Service Club 2,3,45 V.-Pres. 35 Stu- dent Council l,2,3,45 Ad- visory Board 3,45 Megaphone Club l,2,35 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Sec.-Treas. 3,45 Jr. Class Treas.: Sr. Class Pres.5 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statt5 Sr. Play Staft5 Band l,2,3,45 Chorus l. WARREN LEVITT 2689 Gridley Rd. Dark eyes, handsome boy, 6 toot l, a girl's joy. Nat. Scholastic Honor Soc. 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track l5 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Chorus l5 Chet Club l. DONALD LEWIS 29l E. 2l6 St. A tackle that's right, a team's delight. Hi-Y 3,45 Treas. 45 Student Council 45 Baseball l5 Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Wrestling 3. OLIVE LINDSAY 2l75l Morris Ave. As o dancer she is reet and altogether sweet. Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A. C. 2,3,45 Service Club 45 Red Cross l,25 Megaphone Club 2,3,45 Whirlo Club 2, 3,45 Breeze Staff 45 Jr. Play Staff5 Gym Council, Pres. 4. PHYLLIS LONG 23350 Arms Ave. Her winning personality without the least formality. Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.L. C. 2,3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Red Cross I5 Megaphone Club 2,35 Senior Sisters 3,45 V,-Pres. 45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l. JOHN MAVSAR l929 Beverly Hills Dr. A boy of note, he gets your vote. Nat. Honor Soc. 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Pres. 45 Advisory Board 45 Sr. Class Pres5 Log Staff 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Sr. Play Staff, JUNE McGUIGAN 2l85O Wilmore Ave. With a shining baton, she marches on. Nat. Forensic League 45 Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.L. C. 45 Majorette Club 45 Pres. 45 Majorette5 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 Pres. 45 Jr. Play Sfaffj Chorus l,2,3,4. DONALD McLEAN l l l E. 2l l St. That spirit of Shore with talents galore. Nat. Honor Soc., 3,45 Nat. Scholastic Honor Soc. 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Treas. 35 Pres. 45 Student Council 25 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3, 45 Football l,2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Cho- rus 3,45 Newcomers Club 3. BERYL MURRAY ZO75l Fuller Ave. At work or play, she brightens the day. Friendship Club l,2,3,45 G. A.C. l,2,3,45 Red Cross l,25 Megaphone Club I5 Whirlo Club l,2,35 Sr. Play Staff. DOROTHY PALEIT 7l E. 226 St. Everyone's pal, this "Dot" gal. Friendship Club l,2,3,45 Friendship Board 3,45 G.L.C. 3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 G.A.C. Board 25 Student Council I5 Megaphone Club l,2,3,45 Treas. 35 Whirlo Club l,25 Sr. Sisters 45 Breeze Staff 3, 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm. 35 Jr. Play Staff5 Sr. Play Staff5 Chorus l,2,3,45 New- comers Club 3. CHARMINE RIEHL Zl E. 225 St, Delightful, charming and so disarming. Friendship Club 3,45 Whirlo Club l,25 Jr. Play Cast5 Chorus l,2,3,4. DOROTHY RINI l2l E. 2l6 St. With good looks and brains, she's bound to make gains. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,45 Friend- ship Club 2,3,45 Program Chairman 35 G.L.C. 2,3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Service Club l,2,3,45 Sec. 25 Pres. 35 Ad Comm. 3,45 Sec. 45 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 Sr. Class V.-Pres. 4' Log Staff 45 Sr. Play Staff5 Newcomers Club 35 Jr. Play Staff5 Prom Comm. DEXTER ROLLA 45 E. 2ll St. Personality plus and Dexter's bus. Nat. Scholastic Honor Soc. 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Pres. 35 V.- Pres. 45 Jr. Class Pres.5 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Newcomers Club 3. 495 ,f 5 I 0' Q ,Q .35 5 1' fx rf W' 4. ig. J J V. s 5' V v S6 - 1 .L-,lf 2 .,n' :ffl 1 his v A j ,QW 2 ? fx sf 1 ow f .fag ' , 2,3 an Eg? X f A f fs iw ANGELO ROSA 337 E. 2OO St. 'Tis no rumor, this lad has humor. Hi-Y 25 Breeze Staff 3,45 Basketball l5 Football 25 Jr. Play staff. HENRY ROZNIK 23lOO lvan Ave. No strife in his life. I-li-Y 3,45 Basketball 25 Baseball 3,4. VIRGINIA SMITH 9l5 Babbitt Rd. The pink of perfection from our collection. Nat. I-lonor Soc. 45 Friend- ship Club 2,3,45 Sec. 45 G. l..C. 45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Service Club 3,45 Megaphone Club 2,35 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Sr. Class Treas.5 Log Staff 45 Sr. Play Statf5 Band 2,35 Chorus l. ALBERT ULLE 85l E. 237 St. "Teeny's" his name, and oh so game. l-li-Y 25 Jr. Class V.-Pres.5 Track 35 Wrestling l,2,3,45 Jr. Play Staff. JAMES WEYBRECHT 2207l Priday Ave. Vigor and Vim, this Jim. Breeze Staff 45 Track 2,3' JANET WILK l48 E. 2l9 St. A happy girl Jan, she's got her man. Friendship Club 3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Megaphone Club i,2, vvhirio 3,4, CHARLES AMENT 397 E. 223 St. Blonde and tall, nice to all. l-li-Y 3,45 Student Council 35 Breeze Stott 45 Log Staff 45 Basketball, l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Baseball I5 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statf5 Chorus l,2,3,45 Newcomers l. JOHN ATKINS 557 E. 232 St. You're sure to enjoy the qualities at this boy. Hi-Y 3,45 Prom Comm.5 Band l,2. DOUGLAS AUCKLAND 26950 Shoreview Ave. With friends he rates high, an all-round guy. l-li-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 3,4. GERALDINE BASTAICH Meek, mild and merry, that's our Gerry. Friendship Club 45 Red Cross Football i,2,3,4, Wrestling 4, Log Staff 4, i,2,3,-4. by 7Wl"'t"li , . ' We W A ... ,ff V, Piwi. V up ' ent. - wa f',, .M J ,J-Gfiiii tt-f,-6 :- if . V 245 I' TM. '- xv' ',':Z,'n . . 29 . t in if .W 9 X . v .A i Q , s' A .Q - ' N. ...K ' 1. , 1 3 ' ff i qw -1 Q I 1 3' 5. ., . . -v'v- .V ' - ' - ' 5, -t ' "f335If121i..'f, . N . ,. ,f....,,,.,-Q, .x . .. ., Q 'V ff? - mf, -W V Q i x I X It f-13? S ' S 4. . f..s-.,.aifee..,. 1 - 'lf if ' ,, 'B .ff 5 . 2 M' ,D . ir! 3 'V : '15, - .- xf . fx 'Y-' 'L . I ' ' . f I ii 1.-'1 KS! Z" . f- li" lf ' 4 I 'Pr fi' if 'fi Q x '7 5,5- tw , sz' ' X A wg 'M . .1.r...:.w 4- u .2 f R ,V 1323 1-14. . .j ,,., 3 ' S . ii -if 7 + c Q A .-.I S 1,1 14 , 'P . " Y' 5 A . .w ig .. 1:3 , . fi: 2 . p 1 is QV 2 3 A fi? .J flilfsf' . A . . -X? Ii f I x 'E' aw H . .. 1 ,i -X 4 1 1 4 .f .ig A 1 , '1?L 1 1 fit-Sl 4 5 1 I 2' -F I E .f Q K 5 4 ii x s .. ' A ,-.is ,gc Q -if my rt? MADELYN BEAR 24421 Mavec Ave. What else can we say, except kindness does pay. Friendship 3,4, G.A.C. l,2, Chorus 1,2. JUNE BINDER ' 234 East 216 St. Bob and June are still in tune. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 2, 3, Megaphone Club 1,2,3, Breeze Staff, Log Staff, Prom Comm., Chorus l,2,3,4. PATRICIA BLOSS 21570 Edgeclift Drive Her personality equals her mentality. Friendship 2,3,4, G.L.C. 4, G.A.C. 2,3,4, Sr. Sisters 3,4, Log Staff, Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 1. BETTY BOLDIN 21770 Priday Ave. lt's commendable that she's dependable Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1, 2,3,4, Ad Comm., Sr. Sisters 3,4, Log Staff, Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 1. WILLIAM BRAHMS 20271 Morris Ave. There are few with his I. Q. Ad Comm. 3,4, Chorus 1, 2,3,4. EARL BRANDT 19060 Newton Ave. An unknown credit to Shore, of him there should be more. GRACE snooics 341 East 248 sf. Merry, sweet, and so petite Nat. Honor Soc. 4, G.A.C. 1,2,3,4, Board 3, G.L.C. 4, Service Club 3, Red Cross 2,3, Student Council 4, Ad- visory Board 4, Megaphone Club 4, Ad Comm. 3,4, Whirlo Club 2,3, Sr. Sisters 3,4, Breeze Staff 4, Log Staff, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Chorus l,2,3,4. NATALIE BULLARD 270 East 270 St. On fields and courts, she loves her sports. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1, 2,3,4, Megaphone Club 1, 2,3, Whirlo Club l,2, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Cho- rus 1,2,3,4, Newcomers Club 2. CAROL BURKHARDT 60 East 217 St. She must have been told that silence is gold. Red Cross l,2. STANLEY CAMPBELL 47 East 194 St. A smile for all, he's on the ball. Returned from 1 years serv- ice in the Navy. Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 2,3. W' ...Mime Q62 ll.- 'F' Mfg cus DONALD CHAPMAN 131 Eastbrook Dr. A happy "choppy", Served one and a halt years in the Navy. GERALDINE CICIRELLI 171 East 226 St. She couIdn't wait to pass so she came ahead to give us class. Friendship 2,3,4, Megaphone 1,25 Annual Staff 4, Junior Play Staff, Chorus 1,2,3,4. JOANNE CLARK 260 East 250 St. She's the one who's full of fun. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1, 2,3,4, Service 2,3,4, Breeze Staff 4, Log Staff 4, Prom Comm., Junior Play Staff, Orchestra 1,2,3, Chorus 1, 2,3,4. BETTY DEUTELBAUM 240 East 264 St. Her thoughts, it's true, are all for you. Nat. Honor Soc. 4, Friend- ship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1,2,3,4, G.L.C. 2,3,4, Megaphone 3, 4, Senior Sisters 3,4 V.- Pres. 3, Breeze Staff 3,4, Edit. Bd. Chairman 4, Log S'aft 4. PATRICIA DITRICH 944 East 250 St. Sl1e's got a rep for being hep. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1, 2,3,4, G.L,C, 4, Service 4, Red Cross 1, Megaphone 2,3, Junior Play Staff, Log Staff 4, Chorus 1,2. DORIS DUIKER 21801 Priday Ave. That naive way, a friend in work or play. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1 2,3,4, c-.Ac Bd. 3, servl ice 2,3,4, Log Staff 4, Jr Play Staff, Band 1,2,3,4, Orch. 1,2, Chorus 1. GERALDINE DUVAL 23975 Clark Dr. Her witty remarks are filled with sparks. Friendship 2,3,4, G.L.C. 4, G.A.C. 2,3,4, Whirlo 3, Log Staff, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 1,2, Newcomers 4. CHARLES FELDER 132 East 233 St. l-le takes life with ease, not a bit hard to please. Baseball 2,3, Jr. Play Staff. CATHERINE FERRO 151 East 211 St. Quick and witty, that's our Kitty. Friendship 2,3,4, G.L.C. 2, 3,4, G.A.C. 1,2,3,4, Stu- dent Council 1, Megaphone 3, Ad Comm, 4, Sr. Sisters 4, Log Staff 4, Prom Comm., Chorus 1, Newcomers 1. ANNE FREY 150 Lake Edge Dr. Her gift of gab is never drab. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 1, 2,3, Sr. Sisters 3,4, Log Staff 4, Jr. Play Staff, Cho- rus 1,2,3,4. ANN GODLAR 21670 Fuller Ave. This obliging Ann, she'll help you if she con. Friendship 2,3f45 Ring Group 35 Red Cross 15 Whirlo Club 2,3. ROBERT GOYANES 27150 Lake Shore Blvd. A new boy here, from East he brought cheer. Entered in Sr. Year from East High. JEAN HENN 397 East 222 St. At your beck and call with a good word for all. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. 2, 3,45 Sr. Play Statf5 Chorus 3. CHARLES HILL 357 East 197 St. He's woosy over Suzy. Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Treas. 35 Advisory Bd. 2,35 Whirlo 15 Jr. Class V.-Pres.5 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Basketball 1,25 Track 15 Baseball 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,3,45 Chorus 1. DONALD HOAG 121 East 264 St. That navy blue ,looked nice on you. Entered from Rhodes in Jr. Year5 Served 1 year in Navy Air Corps5 l-li-Y 3,45 Wrest- ling 3,4. MARILOU HOLZMER 44 East 213 St. A girl that's gay every moment of the day. Friendship 2,3,45 Log Staff 4 Prom Comm Jr Pla I 'I - Y Staff. CLARIBELL HORNER 24741 Lakeland Blvd. Though quiet and shy, she'll get by. Friendship 45 Sr. Sisters 3, 45 Sec. 45 French Club 3. CHARLOTTE HUDEC 151 East Brook Dr. The best of luck to this carefree Chuck. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. 1, 25 Red Cross 15 Megaphone 1,2,35 Whirlo 2,35 Pres. 35 Chorus 1,4. RANDALL HUFFMAN 45 East 216 St. This drummer Randy, is really dandy. l-li-Y 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Band 3,45 Track 3,4. RUTH HUNT 884 East 236 St. When others have past, her memory will last. Friendship 3,45 G,A.C. 3,45 Red Cross 45 Megaphone Club 45 Sr. Sisters 45 Treas. 45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff. 4-NA' 41 -in! SWS 545 . .Qs MARGE INTIHAR 2 l 49l Naumann A style her own and manner well known. Friendship 3,4, G.A.C. l,2, Chorus l,2. JOAN IRONS 541 East 240 St. With such hair and eyes, she-'ll gain admiration and sighs. Friendship 3,4, G.A.C. 2, Red Cross l,3. NANCY JOHNSON l2O Lake Edge Dr. You can be sure that her friendship will always endure. Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 2,3. JILL JULYAN 85 East 221 St. Jack and Jill, together still. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. l, 2,3,4, Service Club 2,3,4, Student Council l, Mega- phone Club l,2,3,4, V.-Pres. 4, Cheerleader 4, Sr. Sisters 3,4, Breeze Staff 3,4, Log Staff 4, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 3,4. HENRY KAMMAN l65 East 2ll St. A lad with no fears for future years. Hi-Y 3,4, Basketball 3, Baseball 3. ALICE KEYES 2Ol6O Ardwell Dr. Smart and snappy, always happy. Friendship 2,3,4, V.-Pres. 4, G.l..C. 4, G.A.C. l,2,3,4, Red Cross l, Student Coun- cil 2, Megaphone Club l, Whirlo Club l, Sr. Sisters 4, Jr. Play Staff, Chorus l,3, Newcomers Club 3,4. MARY KIRCHNER 79 East 202 St. With never a frown, you can't get her down. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. 2, 3,4, Red Cross 2, Mega- phone Club l, Whirlo Club l, Log Staff, Chorus l,2,3,4. JILL KOECKERT lO32l Ashbury Ave. To be great is her fate. Entered from Andrews in Junior Year, Nat. Forensic League 3,4, Friendship 3,4, G.A.C. 3,4, Whirlo Club 3, Sr. Sisters 3,4, Log Staff, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 3,4. PATRICIA KOHANSKI 525 East 239 St. For no reason, she's always teasin'. Friendship 3,-l, G.A.C, l,2, 3,4, Red Cross l, Mega- phone Club l, Whirlo Club l,3, Log Staff, Prom Comm., Chorus l,2,3. HELENE KOZLOWSKI 595 East 240 St. Quiet and neat, and refreshingly sweet. Friendship 3,4, Ring Group 3, G.A C. 2,3,4, Red Cross 2,3: Sr. Sisters 3,4, Log Staff. Af X i ...S X.. ""f.?z 'M I irc Q' 111 , ,is ' 3 s V Q T fs.. 5' 'N ff-, 339.43 . Z' if AJS' 0 is N JACK KRAUSS 2230 l Lakemont He fills the bill. l-li-Y 3,45 Breeze Staff 45 Wrestling 4. ROSANNE KUBICEK 20950 Tracy Ave. Rosanne and Kent for each are meant. Friendship 3,45 Sr. Sisters 4. ETHEL LANGA 2l93l Ivan Ave. Her charm and grace have set the pace. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,35 Red Cross l,25 Ad Comm. 3,4. PATRICIA LANGDON 30429 Lake Shore Blvd. Joe and Pat are just like that. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. I, 2,3,45 Service 2,3,45 Mega- phone 3,45 Cheerleader 45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l,2,3. GERRY LAPOINTE 572 East 245 St. Strike up the band, third finger left hand. G.A.C. l,2. BARBARA LEWIS l9440 Newton Ave. "Sugar and spice and every- thing nice." Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,3,45 Red Cross I5 Mega- phone l5 Whirlo l,2,35 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm,5 Chorus l,2,3. EARL LEWIS 2l850 Fuller Ave. Silence is gold5 it's a virtue, we're told. I-li-Y 3,45 Baseball l5 Track 4. TONY LJUBI l24 East 225 St. With a different way that makes us all feel gay. Hi-Y 45 Wrestling 2,35 Jr. Play Staff. ROBERT LUX 2l759 Kennison ln debates, he really rates. Nat. Forensic League l,2, 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4. SYLVIA MAGNUSSON 65 East 2l9 St. Fair hair, happy smile, a girl to beguile. Friendship 253,45 G.A.C. 2, 3,45 Megaphone 3,45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Cho- rus 2,3,4. Q3 .- I ,tg , -at t 5 I .QI 57' ' ff fi, A 'Nr S 1 Hi was '41 Y, A 2 T f W ,f 545' ,. , ,,,,,fi ,, ., A l ?g'f'7':"' 577.1 fini: Q 7, Q an ,nn- ' ez U, Q ff -'XE-5-.',lli'S. 1, Y .gf . 4 ,,.a.s,wi ALMA MARTIN 21870 Tracy Ave. So obliging and nice, no need to ask her twice. Friendship 2,35 G.A.C. l, 2, 35 Breeze Staff5 Junior Play Staff. CRAYTON MAST 295 East 248 St. A nice chap, our football Cap. Hi-Y 3,45 V.-Pres. of Senior Class5 Breeze Staff 45 Track l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,4. CLIFFORD MATHIAS 23034 Milton Dr. l-le tells the score on field and floor. l-li-Y 4, Prom Committee5 Jr. Play Cast. MARGARET MATYAZIC 951 East 239 St. When anything's begun, she's in on the fun. Friendship Club 3,45 Red Cross 35 Breeze Staff 25 Jr. Dlay Staff. JOSEPH MAYER 2680i Lake Shore Blvd. This man of action is a main attraction. Nat, Honor Soc. 3,4, Pres. 4, Nat. Athletic Scholastic Society 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Stu- dent Council l,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Advisory Bd.5 Jr. Class Pres.5 Log Staff 45 Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Band l,2,3,45 Chorus l5 Orchestra l,2,3,45 New- comers Club 4. JEAN McDOWELL 505 Babbitt Rd. A pleasing way with little to say. Friendship 45 Chorus l,2 3,4, STANLEY MIHELICH 2l'73l Crystal Ave. The height of delight l-li-Y 3,45 Log Staff 4 Basketball 2,3,-lg Track 2 Baseball 3,45 Football 2,3,4 DOLORES MILLER i522 Dille Rd. She's so sweet she can't be beat. Entered in Jr. Year from Pa, Friendship 3,45 G.A.C. --i LARRY MOLNAR 250 East 208 St. With learning he's burning. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,4 Ad Comm. 35 Log Staff -lg Bas- ketball 35 Baseball 3,45 Football 4. RAY MOORE 360 Easts 266 St. If there's a question you must ask, tor him to answer is no task. Ad Comm. 45 Track 3.4 1 MARIAN MORA 740 East 232 St. Calm and collected, with manner unaffected. Red Cross 2,3,4. KATHLENE MOSCHELL 244 East 250 St. On the keys, she aims to please. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,4, Sec. 4, Friendship 3,4, G.A.C. l, 2,3,4, Sr. Sisters 4, Log Stott 4, Jr. Play Staff, Orch. 2,3, 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Breeze Staff 4. ROBERTA MURDOCK 525 East 240 St. We like her at Shore, no need to say more. Entered in Sr. Year from Grange, Friendship 4, G.A. C. 4, Log Staff 4, Chorus 4. JOY NESBITT 4lO East 270 St. Her heart and soul are in modeling, her goal. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. l, 2,3, Log Staff 4, Jr. Play Staff, Chorus 2. JACK OBERT 74 East 2l7 St. When it comes to speed, he's in the lead. l-li-Y 3,4, Basketball l,2, 3,4, Track l, Baseball 2,3, 4, Football 2,3,4, Chorus 2, 3,4. MARILYN ODELL l5O East 2l9 St. Those starry eyes hypnotize. Friendship 2,3,4, G.L.C. 4, G.A.C. l,2,3,4, Megaphone 3, Whirlo l, Sr. Sisters 4, Sr. Class Sec., Log Staff 4, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Cost, Chorus l,2,3,4. RUTH OLIVER 285 East l97 St. A talented blonde, of music she's fond. Nat. Honor Soc. 4, Friend- ship 2,3,4, G.L.C. 3,4, G. A.C. l,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Bd. 2, Service 3,4, Student Council l, Log Staff 4, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Band l,2,3,4, Orch. l,2,3,4. JOAN PALKO 25 East 220 St. The word for Joan is "sincere" alone. Friendship 2,3,4, G.A.C. l, 2,3,4, Service 4, Megaphone 3, Sr. Sisters 4, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Staff, Cho- rus l,2,3. ANNE PARISI 207lO Fuller Ave. Her pleasing way wins her new friends every day. Friendship 2,3,4, V.-Pres. of Ring Group 3, Pres. 4, Red Cross 2, Chorus l,2. DORIS RADTKE llO East 216 St. She's sweet to know, full of pep and go. Friendship 2,3,4, Ring Group 4, Breeze Staff 3,4. 722. J' 1? Q IA H, I 5 1 5. ' f f Q if T A aw ...,,. 1 Je I s R rs W' amine A 2:45 .1 l 1 Keg, 4, . . 1 F ' 'i'f.Li - A Q '. fkt 'z Q I i x - ' -A .. ' CARMEN RAMONA 20380 Ball Ave. You can rely on this guy. l-li-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 3,45 Prom Comm.5 Chorus l,2, 3,4, BARBARA RANEY 25l East 2l6 St. l-ler appeal is so real. Friendship 2,3,45 G.L,C. 2, 3,4, Pres. 45 G,A.C. l,2,3, 4, V.-Pres. 45 Service 2,3,45 Megaphone 2,35 Whirlo l,25 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Breeze Staff 3,45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statt5 Cho- rus l,2,3. MARIAN RAPP l5'5 East 209 St. Good things all, come in packages small Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,3,45 Megaphone l5 Whir- lo l,25 Chorus l,2,3,4. RICHARD SATAVA 53l East 250 St. An all-around good fellow who's mighty mellow. Nat, Honor Soc. 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Ad Comm. 35 Sr. Class Treas,5 Log Staff 45 Track l5 Baseball 35 Football 3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l,2. JOYCE SAGE 90 East 2ll St. Even though she came ahead, our group she led. Friendship 2,3,45 Ring Group 25 G.A.C. 2,3,45 Megaphone l,25 Sr. Sisters 45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Chorus l,25 Jr. Play Staff. VICTOR SANTON 2l95l Ball Ave. Silent and strong, he'll get along. I-li-Y 3,45 Baseball 3,4, MARION SA50 22350 Arms Ave, You'll get a kick out of her music. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,3,45 Red Cross l5 Whirlo 35 Sr. Sisters 45 Log Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 2, 35 Chorus l5 Gym Council 4. DOROTHY ROYER 2560i Marsdon Ave. Bright and gay, that winning way. Friendship 2,3,45 Log Staff 45 G.A.C. 2,3,45 Megaphone l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statf5 Chorus l,2,4. PAUL SAVAGE 2232l Arms Ave. He's got what it takes to get the breaks. I-li-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 3,4, V.-Pres. 4, Pres. 45 Log Staff 45 Baseball 3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statt5 Band l. MARGIE SAYERS 2l49l S. Lake Shore Blvd. She'll always remember September. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. 2, 3,45 Megaphone 35 Whirlo l5 Sr. Sisters 45 Log Staff 45 Jr. Play Staff. i ' 3,6 1 1 -We Q . 53, h f A -f" 5 , .,.,,. 5 vywwfy 'M ' ' J' N va- M, "x im. ng gwi ? 2 nf ' ANNE RAGLOW 225 East 248 St. She's swell, it's true, as anyone can tell you. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,3,45 Red Cross l5 Mega- phone l5 Log Stott 45 Prom Comm.5 Newcomers 4. JANET SCHULMEISTER . 254 East 2l6 St. Her sparkling smile sets the style. Nat. Honor Soc. 45 Friend- ship 2,3,45 International Quill and Scroll 3,45 G.L.C. 2,3,4, Sec. 35 G.A.C. l,2,3, 45 Service l,2,35 Megaphone 3,4, Pres. 35 Cheerleader 45 Ad Comm. 2,3, Sec. 35 Sr. Sisters 3,45 Breeze Staff 3,45 Log Stott 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Chorus 2,3. ROBERT SHEWELL 596 East 240 St. A nice quiet lad with whom courtesy's no tad. Hi-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 3. MARY SHIRK 23530 Milton Dr. Quick as a bunny, she's quite funny. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,35 Megaphone 2,35 Whirlo l,35 Log Staff 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Chorus l,3,4. EARL SHULSON 236'5l Lake Shore Blvd. When he begins to sing, the echos ring. Nat. Honor Soc. 45 Not. Athletic Scholastic Soc. 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Class Treas. 35 Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Track l5 Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staffg Band l,2,3, 45 Orchestra l,2,35 Chorus l,2,3,45 Newcomers Club 3, 45 Boy's Quartet 2,3. BOB SLOKAR 894 East 237 St. There's no corn on the cob, with this boy Bob. Wrestling 35 Newcomers Club 4. DOLLY SPANGLER l3l East 204 St. A friendly lass with lots of class. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,45 Friend- ship 2,3,4, lnterclub Coun- cilor 3, Pres. 45 G.l..C. 3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Service 2, 35 Student Council 25 Ad Comm. 3,45 Sr. Sisters 45 Jr, Class Sec.5 Log Editor5 Breeze Statt5 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statf5 Orch. l,2,3,45 Chorus 1,35 Newcomers 2. BARBARA SMITH 542 East 234 St. New to the school with friendliness her rule. Entered in Sr. Year from Conneaut. Friendship 4. MARJORIE STERNBERG 22600 lvan Ave. lt's undeniable, she's reliable. Friendship 2,3,4, Sec. 45 G. L.C. 45 G.A.C. 2,3,45 Service 45 Red Cross 45 Sr. Sisters 4, Pres. 45 Breeze Stott 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Statf5 Chorus 2,3,45 Newcomers 2. JOHN STEVENSON 390 East 222 St. His heart's in his art. Hi-Y 3,45 Log Staff5 Track 35 Basketball l,2,35 Football 7,3,45 Wrestling 45 Prom Comm MARGARET STEWART 44 East 22l St. As merry as can be, ci happy girl is she. Chorus l,2,3. EDWARD STIBICH 474 Babbitt Rd. In drawing his fortune's made, he's sure to make the grade. Hi-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Wrestling 3,4. WILLIAM STRATHERN 22371 Tracy Ave. He gives a girl a whirl. Nat. Forensic League 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr, Play Cast. VETUS SYRACUSE 2l260 Ball Ave. Though he's easy going, his popularity's always growing. Hi-Y 3,45 Jr. Play Castj Chorus l,2,35 Boys' Oc- tette 2. JOSEPH TARANTINO 21111 Edgeciaff or, A swell Joe, nice to know. Hi-Y 3,45 Ad Comm. 35 Track 45 Wrestling 3,4. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. 35 Red Cross 25 Whirlo 2,35 JERRY TRAVERS 255 East 2l8 St. Slow down "Red", there's a traffic light ahead. Hi-Y 3,45 Log Staff 45 Foot- ball 3,45 Band l,2,3,4. ALBERT TRIVISONNO 20501 Ball Ave. Stand up and cheer! Another basket is near. Basketball 3,45 Football 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Band l,25 Hi- Y 4. JERRY VAN HOUTEN 2038l S. Lake Shore Blvd. Teasing, but pleasing. Returned after three years service in the Navy5 Hi-Y 45 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 4. HELEN VIHTELIC 807 East 222 St. Bright and sunny, she'S a honey. Friendship 2,3,45 Red Cross l,25 Whirlo 2,35 Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comrn.5 Jr. Play Cast5 Cho- rus l. ROGER WACH 97 East 225 St. A lad full of fight, whom you'lI like at first sight. Nat. Honor Soc. 3,45 Nat. Athletic Scholastic Soc. 45 l-li-Y 3,45 Student Council l,35 Sr. Class Pres.5 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Wrestling l,2,3, 45 Band l,2,3,45 Orch. 3,4. SHIRLEY WALTERS 24071 Lake Shore Blvd. To see such beautiful hair is indeed a pleasure rare. Entered in Jr. Year from Bolivar, N. Y.5 Friendship 3,45 G.A.C. 45 Log Staff 4. JOAN WEYBRECHT 2207l Priday Ave. She's the dream at the team. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l5 Red Cross 25 Megaphone 35 Whirlo 2,3, Recorder 2. ARLENE WILHELM 60 East 2l9 St. Always ready for fun, keep- ing her friends on the run. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l,2,3,45 Megaphone l,25 Whirlo l,2,35 Log Staff 45 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l,2, 3. l Not Pictured: ROSEMARY SKANCE J, To Shore she came late, 5 Nc complaints, no rebate. ' Friendship 4. RICHARD MARTINET 5 Dick and his car 5 Have sure gone far. J Breeze 2,35 Track 2,3. LAWRENCE CAWLEY 2243l Lakemont l-le likes them small5 it makes him feel more tall. Track 35 Band l,2,3,45 Orch. 2. JOY RICE 835 East 250 St. She's one ofthe few who's nice and new. Entered from Michigan in senior year. Band 4. ALICE DRAZ 891 East 237 St. Why can't there be more swell as she. Nat. Honor Soc, 3,45 Friend- ship 2,3,45 G.l..C. 3,45 G.A. C. l,2,3,45 Red Cross l,2,3, V.-Pres. 45 Megaphone 25 Maiorette 3,45 Majorette Club 3,45 Whirlo I5 Sr. Sis- ters 3,45 Log Staff 3,45 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l5 New- comers l,2. BARBARA WILL l9827 Lake Shore Blvd. Wavy auburn hair and friends everywhere. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,3,45 Service 2,3,45 Mega- phone l,2,3,45 Whirlo lj Breeze Staff 45 Log Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Jr. Play Staff5 Chorus l. RUBY WYATT 2653l Mallard Ave. Cute little nose, laughter where'ere she goes. Friendship 2,3,45 G.A.C. l, 2,35 Red Cross l,2,35 Mega- phone 35 Whirlo 2,3, V.- lires. 25 Log Staff 45 Chorus .gs -061 ,pr iff if We YN' X 52. .. 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V 4 I MQ, Alice Sladek Ray Snyder Glenn Spaur Bob Steele Albert Steffen Shirley Stoll Philip Stevko Frank Stump Bernard Szursewski Bruce Teller Pat Terrell Aldona Thomas Bill Thompson Ed Udovich Kay Von l-lot Ruth Wagner Ray Wawrznyiak Eugene Weir Jack Wenning La Donna Wise Peggy White Carl Widing Dorothy Wilk Sally Perry Robert Wright Janet Baldi Marie Sartorio Those not pictured: Charles Crawley Norman Mason Ronald Johnson George Binder Robert Bertko Richard Altknecht Pauline Warbritton Rupert Oergel Joanne Bullard Joyce Burrows James Butler Jim Bresnan Robert Brocone James Campbell Arthur Cergol Doris Clarricoates Virginia Cole Tony Daniels John l-lale Douglas Harrell Carol l-lausrath Stanley Walker John Javoris Bill Klaas Joan Loyke Almira Ludwig Bob McQuown Pat Mueller Eugene Pringle Shirley Zanzig Bruce Springer Beverly Schultz Frank Schultz Rena Ferrara Virginia Gates Ted Henn Vincetta lacobacci George Klein Carol Wilson Ralph Meloragno Joan Morris Dick Wilson Raymond O'Green Jacqueline Wogenstahl Earl Glson l l ,mm i , ' S .Q W 1 I ' Y' lfal Q N1 . 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A-'A 110 1 .C QVA X b Q Q :,- -I l 1 . -I . i V. x- A, X 'V' ss, A ,wg-. - X isweeg is-J fill il xl A , 'X Thomas Teree Kay Thomson , , l ,5f"", , 3 A 'J 5 3' M A "Ou itll Q J MQW 5 if Norbert Torer Q U , , . , wif! W I 1 Sally Towsey --f , .M l' ,M I , - - ' Carole Beeson ., s "' Q it 1 7: . .,w Q Q y D " ,. , al K V l i J J l , ' A f 2 i i ! Q2 1 'X A t . 1 ' f Q' l -V,w..,..m.,...L...., ,, ' I , ,,-,+4,-, W Robert McLeod Wesley Aldred , Fred Andreucci , 3 Calvin Barclay 1 M 251 A' -1. f-+A 3 Dolores Bastaich I Qi? ' 'K' 4 . Q' 41' 'T ' ' 'WD' x --.J Y, ,,. .W ,J ff' ' ,g, . rf 4' A , x M4 ff lrrf J 1 Q -X f f A y , ,J at J 'W Q Q R .HB , , W., VA Bi I aumann I Claire Janovac A i , X' William Becker 1 W ,W l ii -Q., ,,,. 5. James Branche 'Z + -L, f a 4' 'll' l 3 'W 3 Q3 ' Joe Bresnan .fly Q W cg, A . V 7 W Q Q J f it B , 6" 3, 2 , it J, C at rf-.M , A fe 1+ .tl ,, J N. L 4,1 is f fx , 0 A .J-,f,:g14 I 'www mr'-gm: ,,,,f:-:,f ,.,.f, .ggjunw We ' Frank Brown A ' - 2 .. Marie Burns , if - f Richard Callaly ' A JK Q R 51 Q V N Jo Carabotta UW ' Q53 V' X, 19' V sk ., A is Barbara Eiselt lid' J J - A , V ' V 1 ' at lg X We y J My , - J ww- J, we-J L H. 5 1:11, M f G V gkfvv Xa, . , 2 6 X s i- , ", i t W' C ' LW, C. ,i.. :t w 2243! ,fl '- 3 k Ralph Chidley ' Walter Clark , , -:iw Robe t Cl' s J A Q W it ' r lne J mu 314.22 qw 1 lg I Q 17' K' James Butler Q --J 42' , i Q ' ?Jm,i,, Q if . ' J x W- 'J 4. 5 C 'ar Joe Colantonxo 1 A A '5' , X 'jf' .fggfg ' li X A .JE ' E ix' ---'ru W, Pat Collins Colina Commander Donald Cochran Bill Crowell Catherine Culp Bob Cummins Richard David Bob Vaughn Anna Criado Judy Curdy Eve Crosley Mildred Doering Nancy Drach Wilfred Duval lda Mae McMahon F, 1 l f f l i ,..-A 8 y N, if ti J Ar 41, .,-, M 1 i wel 3 ,VA -r 2 4 " ,J f 1 . , - 'V .' l 1 ' " . " - ix . l 'YK 'Y X A' "I X ' S., :- ij:,....-.l,fx 5 . 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A FQ ,i, QQ.: 1 s Chuck Johnson Wilbur Keefe Eileen Knific Bill Krasch Richard Kuebler Charles Kustic Lewis Lanese William Spitzig Gladys Leonardi Burgess Lewis Lois Webb Marilyn Lasher we G.. Betty Ljubi wk Y J 1: 4, 'S f-'.:f,:-2-l 1 " illih, flfiiiilml' Fred Ljubi James Luoma ,A In riff U V IIAV My A Claire Lux Nj J J or .Q , .4 r ur 0 e ir Audrey Mosf Q 7' A S' M ' f " i 1' Ja A VAi'Q 'af' ff' James Mathers I -if. li ig? ""1 fl' Q,-if Catherine Mayfield 1:1 - :z111:a- - V r lg fi? 'KJ -1-I3 112':'.':f:: V " J TT., 1 ww L ' ' fwww rwwVs1 1 , 1 K Weed " + W . .... i,ii,..., P ,. , 1 Vitty Yuska Jean McKnight . W ' N 3 Paul Hedrick E 1 , M,W,M,, , , ' 4 L' , -f John Mlihelnick W Pete Mihelick 4 if K if K , fry mu, L. -L li A ' Richard Wetzler , " We Willa Miller ' ' .32 Tony Mlakar f ' .V 1. 'ZW 1-. - . , , ., ,.., V- ' 1- Q ' 'M ' f. . gk v lrene Mackie 5 N' ffvfgs ,V Q. ,eww Robert Miller ff A " ' . W ff 3, 7 ' 'f' ' . ' Z Y, .:., ' " " :N '-" if ', 5144 ,X me v Khm- M. Robert Young ,NNW Nancy Ware , M Barbara Repicky , x 1 ,."' 2 Q41 ,.,, rv 1,5 fi -' ff is N Leona Kollar Q - 'if' N, ' John Orlando 1 ,h iv xr' ,aug K H5522 L 2 5 7 1 5,2 3 'Q X , ig' - Audrey Ott Elizabeth Palko Q . V 1 1 VAHZ: A Z V Marion Potete .J A A F L '- , S 3' J Elleen Hamilton ' fy gf - . f 4 J. wx if i RObeI'l' PGl'lill'1S ,J ' , ri ill , 4 VI 1 , c irw 2 f,rwg ,wirrin iff? 1 f . .W .A r . :V gy lm. y 4 0 i X, 'Y ,45, J Q f h 5 i i- , ' l Y ' Tom Petsanis .,, l Sally Pollock A K Q Lois Pringle A Z' '5 lqin ,l H 2 i - -Q-'v David Powell -Q K f - Harold Prosser , . 1, W, 7 Jake Reebel In In ,fe Richard Reeher E V 'Z' A Tom Turner Quay 0 :L Q V : 1 I .. fs 'r -X Ruth Rickenbrode , V X ii ff - . N 5, M 5 Jr Gertrude Ritchings if N ef ' 4 ' -.rf I . X .w-. v . " ' ,. K I J A , f ' 5 A Q ss. J' - -M L-W---1-- so 4 'my'-" xi nib 'A' " "' "' i Glen Wallanz , Don Samuel r H 6? :guy l " Richard Toth '7' " V' Leonard Sbrocco .f ,Lf 'tow- , ,.., ..- s 51' "N-Q.. lfqksf' Thelma Schares re gn .,. I' fx T T! K' Betty Thomas ' ' ' " '- ' """""1g'?a-v'v'w-vzvsg-1'v'f' vcr """T"""' 'T Bill Schwarz i i , J l V ll Robert Sears ' ' y I , I, l , , Scott Shrewsbury it . Q f 5 . 1 ., Bessie Smith . 1- ,' l ' ig ,Q I M. f- ffl, , n W Alice Snyder , '5 Q' ' r X ' l Q23 'i ' A " A ' . tag X' 14 ,NT , F , :.A 'J . l' W v R' NW- 2 'W " 1 when - ' THOSE NOT Betsy Blackwell Frank Joranko Alice Lee Evelyn Phillips Marie Sartorio Shirley Soeder Robert Charske Bruce Coons Loyal Cornelius Daniel Curto William Erb Dorothy Fopeano Eugene Haubert Nancy Setron Mary Margaret Hill Jack Hoag A0143 September: School began on the fourth with the largest enrollment ever seen-part-blondes predominated-The Touchdown Dance gave us a preview ot the year's fun-The girls fought against taking showers, and won. October: The badminton stars of the "Ice Ca- padesf' showed their "form" at assembly- We defeated Central, Z7-O, tor the sixth win of the season, then came our lowest score, a 6-6 tie with Maple Heights-Dig- PICTURED Lowell Humphreys Mary Lou Humphreys Delbert Lanning Richard Leonard Donna McGinnis Charles Montgomery James Morris George Murray Roger Neide Ward Nolan Frank Payne Bill Rhodes Frank Saso Doris Southworth Louis Spino Bob Zeller mr? ging into our jeans again, we reached our goal tor the Community Chest, then har- assed our relatives into buying magazines to enrich our band uniform fund-The Shore and Central girls "buried the hatchet" at a Pow-Wow Party held at Shore, and then we paid a return visit to a Central Y-Teen meeting-An N.E.O,T.A. meeting brought a welcome holiday for all except the faculty-and the G.L.C, initiation brought more than growing pains to new members. Judy Abbott fvlarilyn Abbott Connie Alter Georgia Brasch Elsie Auer Raymond Brandt Diana Calabrese Mildred Calabrese W my Barbara Dixon Joan Christopher Rosella Christopher Philip Doganiero Dorothy Earl Donald Gibb Mona Egger Donald Fulgenzi . or I 4 M 'M 1 ff we if 2 U -' 1 ,fer Kun s 41 1 f 1 Zffwx 'W 4- -W 73345 iv? WV. Jacqueline Gordon f Q Julian Greve If . . Esther Hauser , W W , A 'za 51 lm J X if gr Mary Ann l-loldren -P V - :Y , Zigfvjl 5 X kings .X 41 KMA L V -li? ' 2 if Z4 Q L, Q A R: Marian Hopkins Donald l-lurless Ann .lehlicka Elaine Kubicek Robert Limbers Bill Lindsay Gary Nelson Edward Nobbe Tony Parisi Fred Pyle Nancy Rice Jaan Sonkey Theodore Kolthoft David Kramer Ardelle Meyers Raymond Monacelli Betty Pea k Lana Preston Melvyn Selby ,, , 2. pf? 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Q '2" if is 1 l in eve " Q at 'wif X 1 s f L THOSE NOT PICTURED Russell Crane Faith Ganson Edward Krivacic Robert Marich Anthony Miklavcic Robert Replogle Robert Vaughn Mary Carclinale George Arendt Robert Augustine John Demyan Robert Dirk Fred Everhart Tom Cousineau William Everhart Thomas Hunt Richard Korosec Joanne Kosher James Kostelnik William McGar Robert Walton Joan Westlake Carl Raney James Ray Dennis Dinaldi Edward Roberts Frank Sheboy Richard Kartman Patricia Wowrzniak Dolores Weinke Philip Welker Lila Wetherholt Patricia Whitelock Raymond Widowski Donna Willson Lorry Wilson Geraldine Winslow Jerry Keyes vw xglzare ima ,jim Gmmiffee FIRST ROW: P. Savage, S. Grau, D. Rini, G. Sherman. SECOND ROW: K. Ferro, L. Yovanne, A. Meyer, J. Rini, S. Perry, G. Brooks, C. Beeson, P. Doganiero. THIRD ROW: J. Curdy, D. Laranger, A. Thomas, L. Martin, G. Ritchings, B. Szurszewski, A. Sladek, E. Langa. FOURTH ROW: F. Lanza, M. Fleming, R. Moore, E. Stibich, R. Warzyniak, J. Bagliane, B. Boldin, R. Brockman. FIFTH ROW: V. Shimrock, Z. Anderson, B. Muehl, F. Stump, D. Reed, D, Salinger, F. Hauser, D. Spangler, J. Solon. SIXTH ROW: E. Cole, J. Burrows, R. Jezerc, A. Pettit, B. Lyon, H. Dreschler, D. Auckland, W. Brahms. "Got your ticket tor the game? Buy them from me, will you?" These are tamiliar words to all Shore students and they are words often spoken by mem- bers of Shore's Advertising Com- mittee. Selling tickets tor all Shore's home athletic contests is the most important iob this committee per- ! lkhlvfl torms. The Ad Committee also supervises the sectional basket- ball tournament held in the audi- torium every year. Chosen by Mr. Spangler on the basis ot scholarship, leadership, and non-participation in athlet- ics, the members at this commit- tee serve taithtully throughout the year. OFFICERS-First Semester , "- President .............................. Sara Grau G ' 9 Secretary .......... .. .......... Dorothy Rini OFFICERS-Second Semester President.. ...... . .... ....... P aul Savage Iv- iii Secretary ...... .. ...George Sherman IEIQQ qfumfj I C I I elfzior cgigflferd . . . FIRST ROW: J. McGuigan, P. Long, C. Christopher, C. Horner. SECOND ROW: J. Schulmeister, J. Julyan, M. Odell, J. Palko, K. Ferro, M. Sayers, G. Brooks. THIRD ROW: M. Sternberg, J. Sage, B. Deutelbaum, D. Paleit, A. Jennison, K. Moschell, A. Droz, D. Rini, S. Grau, S. Weber, R. Kubicek, B. West, M. Kozan, M. Kinnamon. FOURTH ROW: A. Frey, R. Hunt, Z. Anderson, S. Brasch, F. Hauser, B. Boldin, D. Spangler. FIFTH ROW: Miss Pierson, P. Bloss, H. Kozlowski, V. Smith, M. Saso, B. Raney, D. Cergol, R. Jenz. The symbol of the Senior Sisters, "B2," characterizes the fine attitude a Senior Sister displays, not only toward her Freshman sisters, but toward her whole school lite. The purpose of this organization is to help the freshman girls in every possible way. Any girl in the IIA, IZB, or IZA is eligible to become a Senior Sister it she is above average in her studies and is approved by her homeroom teacher, the club sponsor, Miss Pierson, and the dean of girls, Miss Albrecht. OFFICERS President .......... June McGuigan, Marjorie Sternberg Vice President ........ Phyllis Long, Betty Deutelboum Secretary .............. Claribell Horner, Claribel Horner Treasurer ....... ........ D oris Christopher, Ruth Hunt erifice . . . o, 453, EI-San tm FIRST ROW: A. Mast, S. Weber, R. Brockman, J. Kazan. SECOND ROW: P. Kreilach, K. Ferro, M. Read, C. Wilson, S. Perry, C. Stegkamper, V. lacobocci. THIRD ROW: J. Rini, D. Wilk, J. Clark, B. Austin, J. Morris, A. Meyers, C. Jenkins, M. Hill. FOURTH ROW: M. Sternberg, A. Jennison, M. Kinnamon, K. Sturm, M. Howald, P. Hamel, J. Buettner, C. Greve, P. Ditrich. FIFTH ROW: M. Kozan, M. Egger, R. Oliver, D. Duiker, I. Mackie, A. Ludwig, G. Troupe, P. Langdon, J. Palko. SIXTH ROW: S. Jones, L. Martin, D. Rini, R. Jenz, M. Fleming, G. Ritchings, B. Repicky, O. Lindsay, S. Grau. SEVENTH ROW: J. Loyke, Z. Anderson, B. Will, B. Raney, V. Smith, P. Mueller, F. Hauser, L. Webb, J. Solon, J. Julyan. "See it the girls of the Service Club will do it." This is a standard cry of many of the harassed teachers at Shore High. If there are any odd jobs to be done, you may be sure that Miss Campbell and her girls will be willing and able to do them. The club was organized by Miss Campbell to perform the many little services that do not tall under the headings of the other clubs at Shore. Its duties are many and varied. The girls act as hostesses to direct visitors around the school. They usher at the many nightly functions at school. As the club grows older, its prestige grows by leaps and bounds, , OFFICERS A President ............................ Ruth Brockman Vice-President ...... ......... S hirley Weber Secretary ......... ....... J osephine Kozan Treasurer ..... ....... A udrey Mast . . QQ. 1 1 . 'if ':-I I ' 7 'Q 'Na QQ! COM, . .. its ffm bf M' J I, 4 J FIRST ROW: J. Kozan, A. Draz, M. Penosa, D. Brinz. SECOND ROW: J. Hug, V. Shimrock, R. Hunt, D. Bastaich, A. Criado, A. Mast, C. Mora. THIRD ROW: B. Repicky, B. Schultz, W. Duiker, A. Lee, G. Bastaich, M. Mora. Requiring only willingness to work, any girl may join the Red Cross and feel that her time is well spent. The meetings ot the club characterize the aims ot the girls. Diligent work is spent on Scrapbooks tor youngsters and l946 hospitals, baby clothes, quilts, blankets, and hospital tray favors. These are just a tew ot the many services ot the Red Cross. Miss Rosenberger is the always handy advisor guiding the work ot the girls. OFFICERS President ............................ Michela Penosa Vice President ...... ............. A lice Draz Secretary ......... ...... J osephine Kozan Treasurer ...... ........ D olores Brinz 'af I ,,, ,. I -+ 'I' -- jeelfw, an , . .. , . I I i I . I I I I ... I , 1 FIRST ROW: C. Hudec, N. Bullard, A. Wilhelm, J. Koeckert, S. Grau. SECOND ROW: J. Duval, B. Deutelbaum, J. Schulmeister, V. Smith, M. Kinnamon, A. Keyes, M. Kazan, D. Spangler, M. Sternberg, Z. Anderson, B. Raney, R. Jenz. THIRD ROW: D. Cergol, J. Henn, P. Long, J. Sage, H. Vihtelic, P. Ditrich, M. Odell, M. Rapp, S. Walters, K. Ferro, J. Clark, M. Holzmer, M. Shirk, R. Wyatt, P. Kohanski. FOURTH ROW: A. Jennison, J. McDowell, M. Sayers, J. Irons, A. Godlar, E. Schlauch, A. Parisi, J. Weybrecht, D. Miller, D. Rini, O. Lindsay, B. Will. FIFTH ROW: P. Blass, B. Boldin, B. Lewis, J. Binder, S. Magnusson, R. Murdock, B. Murray, J. Wilk, C. Riehl, J. McGuigan, M. lntihar, G. Bastaich, M. Bear. SIXTH ROW: D. Paleit, D. Christopher, M. Matyazic, E. Langa, D. Royer, J. Julyan, R. Oliver, A. Raglow, J. Palko, P. Langdon. SEVENTH ROW: M. Saso, J. Nesbitt, R. Hunt, H. Kozlowski, A. Frey, B. Smith. With formals, parties and other outstanding activities, the Senior Y- Teen, alias the Friendship Club comes out in the lead for sponsoring activities this year. The new name, Y-Teen, has recently been adopted nationwide for the sole purpose of having all junior Y.W.C.A. organizations bear the same name. Along with many other high school Y-Teen Clubs, the Shore branch is affiliated with the Cleveland Y.W.C.A. The organizations are found in many high schools throughout the United States. First Semester Officers President ................................ Marge Kozan 2 Q Vice President ...... ....... A lice Keyes A :A Secretary ........ .......... V irginia Smith Treasurer ................ ...... M artha Kinnamon . 'yy -QA? Program Chairman ...... ...... .... J o Ann Rini ' Q, , qi" Social Chairman ........ ...... S ally Perry X W , ' lnterclub Councilor ...... ....... S ally Morris 4 8 I 5 8lfUC0l4fL8If'fJ 9508 5flfLJtQlfLlJ.fJ 0L . . . I I I I QQ W4-M . . 5 ' QX A FIRST ROW: J. Manley, M. Sartorio, L. Jerzy, W. Duiker, D. Salinger, V. Shimrock, D. Brinz, J. McKone, C. Hausrath, J. Bullard. SECOND ROW: P. Kreilach, E. Berndsen, V. lacobacci, R. Ferrara, D, Phillips, V. Pederson, M. Repasky, K. Von Hof, T. Clifford, K. Thompson, D. Saywell, J. Rini, C. Jenkins. THIRD ROW: R. Wise, J. Loyke, L. Yovanne, M. Miller, D. Wilk, T. Molnar, P. White, P. Klotz, O. Gillette, C. Wilson, D. Clarricoates, B. Austin, D. Potokar, A. Kisthardt, A. Droz, B. Dixon, S. Soeder. FOURTH ROW: J. Remy, M. Penosa, W. Patrick, H. Ganson, J. Kozan, B. Christopher, A. Sladek, D. Donelon, V. Cole. FIFTH ROW: P. Mueller, S. Stoll, P. Terrell, J. Zook, L. Roy, B. West, S. Brasch, B. Blackwell, A. Ludwig, V. Gates, J. Morris, J. Schmitt, F. Hauser, J. Burrows, J. Caldwell. SIXTH ROW: C. Greve, J. Buettner, J. Moore, S. Towsey, S. Kymes, L. Martin, S. Weber, J. Solon, R. Brockrnan. SEVENTH ROW: M. Fleming, A. Thomas, Z. Anderson, C. Chapman, N. Niebes. Under the splendid leadership of Miss Margaret Patrick and Miss Virginia Bell, the girls are able to follow their purpose, "To find and give the best," and the Y-Teen motto, "To face life squarely." Officers are chosen in May, before school adjourns, so that they may take their positions the following September. The cabinet members, con- sisting of the president, vice-president, social chairman, program chairman, secretary, treasurer, and inter-club council chairman have individual duties to perform in making this girls' club interesting and successful. Second Semester Officers President .............................. Dolly Spangler Vice President ....... ........... A lice Keyes Secretary ......... ..... M arge Sternberg Treasurer .................. .......... Z ell Anderson 'Q-f Program Chairman ............ Marsha Fleming Social Chairman ........ ........ J o Ann Rini lnterclub Councilor ...... ...... S ally Morris ex C ance LL0 ma e 0Lc?vwLinlf0ufLce5 . . . 6 FIRST ROW: M. Calabrese, C. Gollwitzer, E. Auer, D. Calabrese, L. Steffen, M. Byrum, K. Sturm, E. Yovanne, M. Abbott, K. Bates, C. Lux, N. Forestek, J. Carabotta. SECOND ROW: L. Pringle, J. Abbott, M. Thomas, A. Mast, C. Commander, B. Wyatt, M. Read, J. Hassink, J. Hug, L. Gibson, P. Kramer, Colantonio, B. Smith, P. Gosnell. THIRD ROW: A. Snider, B. Griffith, J. Frost, N. Demeter, L. Gobis, G. Winslow, B, Hagen, M. Krecic, R. Marsh, B. Hausrath, P. Wawrzyniak, C. Sandstorm. FOURTH ROW: D. Weinke, G. Lebar, M. Henry, N. Nelson, B. Repicky, J. Toth, E, Schottke, S. Pettit, B. Troup, G. Brasch, B. Brewster. FIFTH ROW: E. Hauser, M. Kiplinger, S. Shewell, B. Lavo, R. Thomas, B. Erthal, B. Wilson, E. Jonassen, C. Janovac. Precision and enthusiasm-both are valued highly in the Junior Y-Teen, for the participants must build a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of realizing in common, those ideals of personal and social living. This purpose is recognized by each member of the Junior Y-Teen, All girls in the ninth and tenth grades are eligible to join this popular girls' club. Officers are chosen in the latter part of May, so that they may take their positions in the following September. , orricsns President ............ . ....................... Kay Sturm Vice President ....... .............. L ois Steffen "" Secretary ......... ..... E lmerinda Yovanne ff- Treasurer .................. ........... M ary Byrum Program Chairman ..... ......... J ean Hug Social Chairman ......... ........ M arian Read lnterclub Councilor ............ Barbara Repicky Service Chairman ....... ............ J oan Toth Q , if an Arm Aie1fL0!5fLLy05. FIRST ROW: J. Rini, N. Setron, J. Caldwell, R. Cicirelli, D. Wilk, A. Meyers, D. Jameson, C. Wilson, J. Feldman. SECOND ROW: D. Rini, M. Egger, G. Duval, A. Raglow, J. Anderson, L. Jerzy, J. Kozan, C. Commander, S. Shields. THIRD ROW: H. Welsch, C. Kurhn, G. Shipard, B. Edwards, B. Marraccini, J. Toth, K. Sturm, M. Byrum, J. Frost, A. Keyes. , FOURTH ROW: J. Loyke, R. Wawrznyiak, R. Wright, J. Mayer, B. Klaas, J. Rohrich, J. Greve, M. Flemming, F. Hauser. FIFTH ROW: E. Shulson, J. Mavsar, B. Krasch, D. Gricar, B. Lindsay, B. Fondran, R. Cyrgalis B. Sherman, B. Lewis. 1 As each new individual enters Shore, he is quickly put at ease by the friendly homeroom representatives of the Newcomers Club, who act as hosts and hostesses to new students and welcome additions to Shore's population. The members take charge of new students, introducing them to teachers and students, acquainting them with the aspects of life at Shore, informing them on extra-curricular activities, or in other words helping the newcomer graciously to adjust to new surroundings. Fairly young in the ranks of Shore's extra-curricular activities Newcomers Club has more than proved its worth to the school. Future years at Shore will be friendly, sociable years if the Newcomers Club is an example of Shore's hospitality. anion eodom, am . . . FIRST ROW: P. Klotz, L. Kisthardt, N. Johnson, G. Cicirelli, J. Manley, G. Brooks, L. Roy, L. Martin, J. Palko. SECOND ROW: J. Clark, D. Saywell, M. Sternberg, M. Miller, D. Wise, N. Ware, S. Perry, R. Murdock, T. Molnar, L, Yovanne. THIRD ROW: W. Patrick, S. Morris, C. Hudec, W. Duiker, M. Odell, S. Magnusson, J. Julyan, M. Sartorio, K. Moschell. FOURTH ROW: B. Eiselt, P. Hamel, L. Jerzy, P. Leach, M. Howald, M. Rapp, M. Kirchner, B. West, M. Shirk, J. Buettner. FIFTH ROW: Z. Anderson, C. Greve, D. Donelson, V. Shimrock, D. Brinz, F. Hauser, S. Brasch, D. Royer, P. Terrell, D. Salinger. SIXTH ROW: B. Lyon, A. Pettit, C. Ament, J. Obert, F. Andreucci, G. Wendt, B. Brahms. Next to sports, music is the most important event ot the school activities. Band, orchestra, and choirs are all made up ot volunteer mem- bers. The band plays for the toot- ball games both at home and away. This year they sponsored a magazine drive to raise money tor new uniforms. The choirs sing for commence- ment and baccalaureate. They present the annual Christmas Concert with the traditional candlelight procession. Working together, they pre- sent many concerts throughout the school year. Shore is fortunate in having two capable music directors, Mr. Dale Harper and Mr. John Beck, who work con- stantly to improve the music at Shore. i am , . 5, :Q I cljredlaman Cfwim Wm FIRST ROW' M. Shulson, C. Beeson, L. Pringle, J. Gibbons, C. Gallwitzer, E. Sartorio, B. Cressman, D. Wilson, J. Feldman. SECOND ROW: E. Crosley, A. Ott, E. Smith, D. Fopeano, P. Wawrzyniak, M. Holdren, E. Palko, M. Gallitto, Mr. Beck. THIRD ROW: P. Collins, J. McKnight, M. Doering, M. Humphreys, M. Lasher, N. Setron, V. Fitzpatrick, C. Stegkamper. FOURTH ROW: J. Sankey, E. Kubicek, N. Rice, A. I f - 3.4, '-x, Q . ifiiwgiffflff P 5 W Thomas, B. Dixon, J. Curdy, J. Kovach, K. Culp, R. Christopher. FIFTH ROW: J. Hassink, J. Mollison, B. Repickey, B. Erthal, E. Ropes, L. Nobles, B. Mauser, B. Morraccini, D. Weinke. SIXTH ROW: J. Bullard, G. Ritchings, N. Drach, L. Kollor, R. Rickenbrode, L. Webb, B. Thomas, P. Solon, D. Bastaich. SEVENTH ROW: S. Walker, C. Zindarsic, A. Criado, J. Orlando, B. Krasch, F. Saso, H. Prosser, J. Woodruff, B. Miller, O. Humphrey. FIRST ROW: M. Krause, H. Rohloff, K. Bates, E. Yovanne, L. Gibson. SECOND ROW: P. Gosnell, N. Demeter, A. Steffen, B. Griffith, J. Frost, D. Colantonio, B. Hausrath, J. Westlake. THIRD ROW: L. Goers, K. Sturm, F. Sheboy, R. Marsh, M. Krecic, B. Hagen, M. Henry, P. Kramer. lil- N.,-.-.., FOURTH ROW: N. Nelson, R. Thomas, E. Jonassen C. Sandstrom, V. Tiderman, B, Troup, M. Byrum, S. Pettit. FIFTH ROW: R. Cicirelli, P. Mihelick, C. Ropes, L. Parr, B. Sherman, J. Javoris, W. Foster, J. Feldman. SIXTH ROW: D. Fox, Mr. Teeter, C. Montgomery. 'SHDP3 BAND PERCUSSION xilflif flf'lfLlfIfL8lfL fd REED SECTION 8l00'Llf'LLl0fL8lfLf BRASS SECTION ORCHESTRA xkh. as an -' enior emo! yuufzior Z- M ii 'sv vi 5.1! K 453 N e .I '90 W As. F, O .u ..- FIRST ROW: C. Hill, A. Rosa, D. Lewis, D. Rolla, D. McLean, B. Birch, T. Guinta, J. Atkins. SECOND ROW: G. Van Houten, J. Boglione, V. Santon, E. Stibich, P. Savage, J. Moyer, C. Most, D. Hoag, R. Woch. THIRD ROW: C. Ramona, J. Tarrontino, E. Lewis, C. Mathias, D. Auckland, J. Travers, D. Sotavo, J. Stevenson. FOURTH ROW: H, Kommon, B. Shewell, V. Syracuse, C. Ament, S. Mihelick, J. Movser, H. Roznik, J. Obert, E. Shulson. FIRST ROW: B. Szurzewski, B. Sumner, J. Wenning, J. Conway, L. Brockman, G. Sherman. SECOND ROW: N. Marino, J. Rohrich, R. George, F. Cunningham, L. Holzheimer, E. Brown, D. Reed, B. Migchelbrink. THIRD ROW: D. Walquist, R. Snyder, B. Thompson, B. Steele, D. Anzells, A. Luikhort, F. McLean, S. Janovac. FOURTH ROW: B. Fondron, R. Cryrgolis, G. Lucas, B. Lyon, A. Pettit, R. Jezerc, E. Delis, J. Wessel, R. Mocny. l H! -as Ten T D T " 1 ' X it f,,f..f. fjj B Cl Q ffl-Y 'E . ao- gg A F , 4 J-L P -LL 5- -A - L -if . I early? ' I l new y w AA if .g . .OJ Ang. as Q9 N, Q Tsnlxl ao l rl' ' rl, 1' P GP -, . XVQQQHQ5, 2 ' V I? AJ' .f li ,S X ' 3 x l J t :Tl l V., f fl l gi- ' 'lla ' 5 5 T, 4 . .- ' l ' ' "5 ' J 'Ui an k A 1 ll 'fr' ' , .9 4 I 1 .. A .ly - N F5 J , - ' ,J , - A A ' -' X in til la d ll he f 1 . - pf i K .' X ' 5 .- ' -1 V 4 1 ,. . ' -4 in x n LS?lfL6!8lfLf Gund 'W'n'+-4,-vw . , W--.. fix xx' FIRST ROW: B. Steele, Treasurer, J. Kozon, Secretory, J. Movsor, President, J. Moyer, Vice- President. SECOND ROW: M. Potete, C. Brooks, A. Ludwig, J. Morris, M. Kozon, J. Feldmon, R. Dugon. THIRD ROW: J. Toth, B. Edwards, J. Wenning, B. Thompson, B. Kloos, B. Szurzewski, K. Sturm. FOURTH ROW: E. Houser, S. Grou, D. Brinz, W. Duvol, J. Wise, F. Houser, C. Johnson. FIFTH ROW: D. Somuel, D. Lewis, B. Fondron, J. Wessel, B. Lyon, B. Lindsoy, J. Kotnik, E. Kure. FIRST ROW: F. Hauser, B. Kloos, B. Fondron, B. Steele. SECOND ROW: B. Thompson, M. Kozon, S. Grou, R. Jenz, J. Kozon, J. Moyer. "rw .4 -1 I I 7 , Q V' . X + g..1f1' :Q, .5 ?I"'i. YJ, 1- 5' .." .X v A W X , Hljlfg JY jf .Nm 3.0.4 gg ?m5A!ff?1fLLl iffl Aera... 1 . i ' . . I , 1" .' If IX M H rx FIRST ROW: F. Hauser, B. Deutelbaum, S. Grau, J. Schulmeister, J. Stevenson, D. McLean, K. Moschell, D. Spangler, R. Hunt, P. Long. SECOND ROW: L. Kisthardt, S. Walters, K. Ferro, H. Vihtelic, J. Weybrecht, P. Ditrich, J. Clark, M. Sayers, M. Odell, B. Lewis. THIRD ROW: M. Kinnamon, S. Magnusson, R. Murdock, P. Langdon, R. Jenz, B. Will, P. Kohanski, G, Duval, J. Koeckert. FOURTH ROW: J. Sage, G. Bastaich, H. Kozlowski, M. Saso, B. Smith, D. Cergol, Z. Anderson, B. West, A. Draz, D. Paleit. FIFTH ROW: D. Rolla, J. West, G. Sherman, C. Ament, S. Mihelick, C. Mast, B. Raney. Each fall a new group of seniors set to the task of creating for their class a bigger and better yearbook. Protiting from previous classes' experiences the group works out the central theme and major and minor details for the Log. The work of the annual staff continues the whole school year, under the capable supervision ot Mr. Angene. The work for the annual is divided up by the editor into sections, each headed by a committee chairman. Pictures, seniors, underclassmen, teachers, sports, and organizations are the main divisions of the editorial work of the Log. This year juniors took part in the Log work also. With the work divided a better yearbook is assured. OFFICERS 'R Editor .................. ...... D olly Spangler T Assistant Editor ....... ..... G race Brooks Associate Editor .......................... Ruth Hunt Photography Editor ........ Janet Schulmeister cm on fime, foo. Ns' FIRST ROW: M. Miller, D. Rini, J. Mavsar, M. Kazan, C. Hill, K. Von Hof. SECOND ROW: L. Yovanne, J. Rini, M. Shirk, R. Wyatt, M. Holzmer, M. Sternberg, M. Kirchner. THIRD ROW: J. Buettner, A. Jennison, A. Wilhelm, A. Raglow, D. Christopher, L. Henry, L. Roy, R. Oliver. FOURTH ROW: A. Frey, J. Julyan, D. Royer, B. Boldin, W. Duiker, D. Salinger, V. Shimrock, J. Manley. There would not be an annual, regardless of the editorial efforts, if the business staff 'didn't add their efforts by procuring advertisements and selling subscriptions. A hard working group, the Log Business Staff organizes early and works throughout the whole year. Divided into two division, the staff is headed by a Business Manager. The Advertising Manager and Circulation Manager are responsible for collecting advertisements and selling the subscriptions which help pay for the cost of the Logs. Miss Phypers is the always present advisor who helps the staff reach their goal. OFFICERS I Business Manager .................... John Mavsar Q, I 1' Advertising Manager ............. Marge Kazan Circulation Manager ..... ...... D orothy Rini I 4 aff., ' ,gi av. f-x ' '39 .1 N'-1 4'- ' ...fl ia',.j'T ,' , ,J . f My Egg., ri" , l if vi. gsm - ' f ix -5:-a 'iw i li ' 4 . i I 5, '- I NN: grae in mama were. gli! VN nf- X ff .gf YJ? 4' '69 3323712 2 C2 l . I QL fl QQ 1 . Mn, ,. , .. in mu. g ,.-. ' . x ' .9 ... tt 'V , .s . Axws---gif ,,,. - 1:11-., ',,,. i .Q ' 'i' ! ' --If-in-Ishfiif ,.Z , . , . . in 3" 3 445, ' ' FIRST ROW: A, Pettit, J. West, J. Wessel, B. Wright. SECOND ROW: J. Manley, R. Jones, F. Stump, F. Lanza, G. Sherman, L. Roy. BUT NOT GOODBYE" by George Seaton Directed by Lester Angene Sam Griggs ............................................,..... .James West Howard Baker ...... Amy Griggs .......... Jennifer Griggs.. Tom Carter ........ Ralph Humphrey ..... Jimmie Griggs ...... Dr. Wilson ..........,. Benjamin Griggs ...... Rev. Pritchard ...... .......Robert Wright ...,....Joyce Manley .............Lois Roy .......Franl4 Stump ..........Frank Lanza .......GeOrge Sherman ..........Albert Pettit ......RaIph Jones .......John Wessel The hidden talents of the junior class were revealed in a two-night run But Not Gaadbyef' For the first time at Shore a period play was attempted and proved successful under the guidance and coaching of the junior play director, Mr Angene. ffm Junior an Lgilfufor I0 aw, . . I FIRST ROW: E. Berndsen, D. Phillips, L. Yovanne, C. Jenkins, J. Rini, J. Schmitt, A. Draz. SECOND ROW: E. Andrews, A. Thomas, S. Jones, L. Martin, S. Weber, J. Solon, J. Buettner, D. Donelon. THIRD ROW: J. Zook, N. Neibes, M. Fleming, B. West, L. Jerzy, F. Hauser, Z. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: J. Wenning, J. Conway, B. Steele, J. Dostal, F. Koerper, E. Cole, B. Fondran, H. Dreschler. PRODUCTION STAFF Stage Crew ..........,,........ B. West, Chairman Z. Anderson, H. Dreschler, F. Koerper. Scenery .......... Shore Industrial Arts Classes Sound Effects ........ R. Brockman, Chairman J. Schmitt, E. Cole, J. Dostal. Properties .................... P. Hamel, Chairman ' M. Fleming, M. Howald. Bookholders .......... L. Jerzy and D. Donelon Reservations .............. L. Martin, Chairman S. Jones, J. Rini, N. Neibes. Tickets .................... A. Thomas, Chairman J. Solon, R. Jezerc, J. Buettner, M. Peters, J. Zook, P. Klotz, L. Yovanne. Publicity .................. F. Hauser, Chairman D. Phillips, J. Conway, B. Fondran, J. Wenning, B. Steele. Ushers .......................... Shore Service Club Lighting .............. D. Chapman, Chairman N. Mason. Costumes ...................... A. Draz, Chairman g E. Berndsen, G. Cicirelli. Production staffs are as essential to a play as the actors themselves, for without them the show could not go on. The various committees of this staff had a difficult job to perform be- cause the prominent hit ". . . But Not Goodbye" was a period play. li - - gmt Wolf Qiooofdye an FIRST ROW: N. Bullard, D. Spangler, K. Moschell, A. Frey, J. Schulmeister S Magnusson SECOND ROW: B. Lux, P. Savage, M. Shirk, H. Vihtelic, M. Odell, C Mathias J Mayer M. Baumer. THIRD ROW: B. Sumner, B. Goyanes, C. Ramona, B. Strathern, E. Shulson J Wessel V Syracuse, B. Brahms. THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER Moss Hart and George Kauffman Cast Mrs, Stanley .................. Jill Koeckert Miss Preen .................... Marilyn Odell Richard Stanley ........ Carmen Ramona June Stanley .................... Mary Shirk John .................. ........ R oger Wach Sarah .......................... Natalie Bullard Mrs, Dexter .................. Helen Vihtelic Mrs. McCutcheon ........ Dolly Spangler Mr. Stanley ................ Vetus Syracuse Maggie Cutler ........ Janet Schulmeister Dr. Bradley .......................... Joe Mayer Sheridan Whiteside ........ Earl Shulson Harriet Stanley ...... Kathlene Moschell Bert Jefferson ........ William Strathern Professor Metz .................. Bill Brahms Lorraine Sheldon. Sandy ................. Sylvia Magnusson ......Chuck Ament Bevery Carlton ................ John Wessel Westcott .............. Mr. Baker ............ Mrs. Jones ........ Radio Technician .......Bob Goyanes ......Paul Savage ...........Anne Frey .........Bill Brahms Banjo ........................ Clifford Mathias we mn Wm Came LL0 ibinner. FIRST ROW: J. Palko, D. Saywell, J. Sage, G. Brooks, A. Raglow, P. Kohanski, B. Lewis, J. Clark. SECOND ROW: J. Caldwell, S. Walters, K. Ferro, B. Will, P. Langdon, D. Royer, C. Hudec, A. Wilhelm, D. Duiker. THIRD ROW: J. Weybrecht, J. Julyan, F. Hauser, B. West, A. Draz, M. Sternberg, M. Stewart, P. Ditrich. FOURTH ROW: S. Brasch, G. Cicirelli, P. Blass, A. Keyes, B. Deutelbaum, M. Sayers, J. Solon, H. Kozlowski, R. Oliver. FIFTH ROW: Z. Anderson, D. Mocny, G. Duval, S. Weber, B. Raney, B. Smith, M. Saso, L. PRODUCTION STAFF Molnar. General Manager ..... ........ G race Brooks Publicity ..................,..,,,...,.... Barbara Raney Posters ............................................ Ed Axel Ed Stibich, Joan Palko, Jean Henn, Alice Draz, Jeanette Caldwell, Betty Boldin. Writing .......................... Betty Deutelbaum Joanne Clark, Marion Saso, Ruth Hunt, Barb Will, Ronald Jezerc. Speaking ........................ Jerry Van Houten Assembly Commitee .............. Grace Brooks Barb Raney, Roberta Murdock, June Binder, Geraldine Cicirelli. Costumes .................................. Joy Nesbitt Margaret Matyazic, Marge Sayers, Joan Weybrecht. Bookholders .......................... Zell Anderson Beverly:West, Barbara Lewis. Make-up .............. Joyce Sage, Marian Rapp I-igI'1tS .......... .......................... C huck Felder Ed Delis, Gene Pringle, John Atkins, Doug Auckland, Dick Mocny, Vic Santan, Bill Sumner. Sound Effects ..... ........ F rida Hauser Properties .................................... Pat Blass Pat Ditrich, Alice Keyes, Marilou Holz- mer, Doris Duiker, Alma Martin, Jean MacDowelI, Chuck Hudek, Marge Stew- art, Pat Kohanski. Furniture .......,........................ Chuck Ament Anne Raglow, Kitty Ferro, Shirley Wal- ters, Jerry Travers, Jill Julyan, Joe Taran- tino, Ed Kure. Reservations .......................... Pat Langdon Gerry Duval, Helene Kozlowski, Shirley Weber, Joanne Solon, Dolores Saywell. Tickets ............................ Marge Sternberg Dorothy Royer, Joy Rice, Barb Lewis, Shirley Brasch, Ruth Oliver, Rosemary Skrance, Ann Godlar. Scenery ............................ Mr. Ford L. Case Printing .................. Mr. Charles C. Vaughn Ushers ....... ...... M iss Pera Campbell Lighting .... ....... . Mr. Arthur M. Bones Effects ...... ............... M r. Clarence Eckert Art ..,.....,... ....... M r. Alexander Waselkov Staged by ...... ..... Q ...... M r. Meryl Baumer Walfionaf jorelfwzfc enigma 'hr V ii? f li mi Sponsor, Mr. Baumer, R. Lux, G. Sherrnan, J. Manley, R. Wright, J. Wessel. Under Mr. Baumer's efficient guidance the members of the National Forensic League are carrying on the tradition of fine speaking. Students eligible for National Forensic are in the upper third of their class scholastically, and GQ, W ,im Q , S 2 H3 I 'JV .., . ,i 1 f, ' f ff, ,f 2,2 l have earned twenty points in pub- lic speaking and inter-scholastic debating. To achieve the degree of Merit a total of fifty points is needed, one hundred points war- rants the degree of Honor, and the grand total of two hundred points means the degree of Dis- tinction, the highest degree given. OFFICERS ig President ....... ................ G eorge Sherman Vice-President ..... ........ R obert Lux V Secretary ....... ...... J oyce Manley l Treasurer ..., ...... J ohn Wessel l .-.fl Walfiolfmf Jgonor ociefy FIRST ROW: M. Kinnamon, R, Oliver, R. Brockman, J. Rini, G. Brooks, S. Grau, A. Draz. SECOND ROW: A. Thomas, D. Rini, D. Spangler, V. Smith, J. Schulmeister, M. Kazan, K. Moschell, B. Deutelbaum. THIRD ROW: S. Whiteside, B. Wright, D. Satava, D, McLean, E. Shulson, J. Mavsor, B. Steele, J. Mayer, R. Wach. Before an inspired audience deserving newly-elected members of the National Honor Society are welcomed into the midst ot this honorary association. The members are chosen from the up- per third ot the Junior and Senior classes each year on the basis of their service, leadership, charac- OFFICERS President ....... ter, and scholarship. " The purpose of this organiza- tion is to create an enthusiasm . for scholarship, to stimulate a de- sire to render service, to promote . ...f, leadership, and to develop char- -. acter in the students of American schools. ........Joe Mayer QT' if I Vice-President ....... .......... D on McLean Secretary-Treasurer ........ Kathlene Moschell I " Q- W- om! Sm! FIRST ROW: G. Brooks, J. Sage, K. Moschell, M. Sternberg, J. Schulmeister SECOND ROW: D. Spangler, B. Deutelbaum, S. Mihelick, C. Mathias, F. l-lauser, R. Hunt, Usually thought of as nation-wide, Quill and Scroll has chapters in Can- ada, making it an international organization. The Quill and Scroll's monthly publication gives helpful hints and suggestions to the club chapters. To gain membership in International Quill and Scroll the student must rank in the upper third ot his class and do superior journalistic work before even being considered. From the Breeze Mr. Vaughn selects those qualifying, while Mr. Angene selects from those working on the Log. An example of the person's journalistic ability must be approved by the national headquarters of the organization before membership can be granted. R omcsns 9 5' 4,3 ' President .............. Janet Schulmeister Y Q' X 1. XZOVQ P8828 fd! I I Eli I FIRST ROW: K. Moschell, D. Radtke, J. Clark, F. Hauser, B. Deutelbaum, J. Schulmeister, J. Julyan, J. Sage, M. Sternberg, H. Vihtelic. SECOND ROW: M. Kinnamon, B. Dixon, A. Jennison, D. Paleit, D. Christopher, J. Beuttner, B. Hagen, R. Hunt, B. Lewis. THIRD ROW: D. Spangler, O. Lindsay, S. Grau, P. Long, D. Rini, J. McGuigan, B. Raney, D. Cergol, J. Bullard. FOURTH ROW: J. Van Houten, C. Mast, C. Ament, D. McLean, S. Mihelick, B. Birch, J. Mavsar. FIFTH ROW: C. Hill, T. Giunta, J. Baglione, J. Krauss, D. Rolla. From amid perpetual scouring for news, staccato typewriters, and throb- bing presses, the Shore Breeze emerges each school week. The Breeze staff and Mr. Charles Vaughn, the advisor, ably assisted by the journalism and printing classes, strive to make a paper of which the school can be proud. This year the Breeze has had an editorial board headed by a chairman. This system enables the work to be better distributed, and thus produces a better paper. Another Breeze policy recently inaugurated is to have pictures throughout the paper whenever possible. OFFICERS Editorial Board Chair. .... Betty Deutelbaum Feature Editor ................ Janet Schulmeister Sports Editor ........ Don McLean, Chuck Hill Circulation Manager ........ Audrey Jennison Ruth Hunt D. Royer, J. Schulmeister, E. Palko, E. Berndsen, P. Kreilach, D. Potokar, S. Morris, J. Julyan, D. Cergol. FIRST ROW: D. Royer, J. Schulmeister, President, J Julyan, Vive-President, D. Cergol. SECOND ROW: V. lacobacci, R. Ferrara, J. Feldman M. Hill, G. Brooks, J. McKnight, B. Wise, E. Berndsen Secretary, P. Kreilach. THIRD ROW: D. Austin, B. Wyatt, M. Humphreys, M. Holdren, B. Preston, S. Magnusson, K. Culp, A Mast, E. Yovanne, C. Stegkamper. FOURTH ROW: A. Criado, E. Waltemade, D. Potokar B. Palko, C. Jenkins, K, Sullivan, J. Christopher, J Hug, M. Gallito, A. Meyers. FIFTH ROW: N. Setron, B. Deutelbaum, N. Demeter, V. Fitzpatrick, P. Gosnell, M. Read, S. Jones, E Andrews, D. Colantonio, M. Lasher, O. Gillette. SIXTH ROW: G. Winslow, P. Kramer, C. Ganson, K Sturm, H. Goers, B. Blackwell, A. Ludwig, M. Byrum C. Commander, J. Hassink. SEVENTH ROW: R. Hunt, C. Mower, B. Griffith, B Hagen, B. Hausrath, P. Langdon, S. Pettit, L. Steffens S. Morris, Treasurer, N. Budinsky, J. Toth. EICHTH ROW: B. Repicky, E. Schottke, M. Egger, D Weinke, M. Krecic, J. Montgomery, J. Gordon, C Alter, V. Gates, R. Marsh, B. Troup, D. Bastick. NINTH ROW: E. Joriassen, G. Ritchings, L. Webb, N Drach, R. Rickenbrode, L. Kollar, C. Hausrath, N Will, D. McGinnis, I. Mackie, B. Will. M. LM 7 5 f ,,, FIRST ROW: A. Draz, J. Curdy, E. Schoftke, J. Mc- Guigan, J. Kozan, President, S. Towsey, C. Beeson. SECOND ROW: A. Mast, Treasurer, L. Yovanne, K. Thompson, E. Yovanne, A. Meyers, M. Humphreys, C. Commander, P. Collins, Secretary. NN X rx ,QX '-. sr- fx ,xxx Rss wvlkx, aw' ,W V7 THIRD ROW: M. Shulson, J. Luikart, M. Pederson B. Cressman, N. Foresfek, J. Carabatta, A. Criado, C Mayfield, C. Lux, J. Kovach. FOURTH ROW: B. Repicky, D. Bastaich, B. Hoffman J. Mollison, M. Egger, J. Toth, M. Byrum, K. Sturm D. Donelon, D. Brinz. J. Kozan, E. Schottke, S. Towsey, C. Beeson, J. Curdy, A. Draz, J. McGuigan. u""'vA L.-'f"'!' .X 1-P W0L1fi01fL0L!.jLLAZIfiC egifiofowlfic cgbciefy FIRST ROW: D. Lewis, W. Levitt, S. Mihelick, R. Woch. SECOND ROW1 J. Pohto, D. Rollo, B. Fondron, J. Weybrecht, J. Moyer, F. Cose. THIRD ROW: C. Eckert, B. Steele, D. McLeon, W. Schwegler, D. Anzells, J. Wenning, S. DiBiosio. The dreom ot oll Shore athletes is to be o member ot the N. A. S. S., which combines scholostic ochievement with othletic obility. A good student is recognized in this, one ot the newer clubs ot Shore, Cooches ond boys olike hove longed for on orgonizotion of othletes thot were not bothered with worry over ineligibility due to grodes. It hos long been o true stotement thot intelligent stu- dents moke the best othletes. To become o member, o boy must be in the upper forty per cent of his closs ond hove eorned on othletic letter in sports porti- cipotion. we Wwpfay P aiming ,7!zeir' Qu! of. .. B ga 4, 4 1 fwxyfa, f 4 4? 5 ,4 1' 9 , 4 sf 2 V "NW Assistant, Clarence Eckertg Coach, Walt Schweglerg Assistant, Sparky DiBiasio. I scones ' f 4 xl,,. ,, , C Shore . Painsville ........ 2 4l Mentor ,..,....s.,. 7 46 Parma .,............ 6 40 Euclid Central..O Z7 Brush ......,,..,,.. 7 64 Bedford .ss........, O 38 Maple l-leigl1ts..6 6 Garfield ..,..,.... 6 20 l! --B e gZ'Lf5f8I"lfL QW, 8l"8lfLC8 QQOOLLAGZK . . . Captain Crayton Mast A Senior fullback, Crayton's line smashes and outstanding defensive play made him a unanimous choice for All-Conference and AIl-Scholas- tic Honorable Mention. ' Jim Weybrecht Senior guard and Navy veteran, Jim was chosen for the AIl-Confer- ence second team. Roger Wach Senior halfback and a speedy, hard driving player, "Rag" had the love for the game and the determi- nation needed to be a great player. Joe Moyer A Senior guard, Joe was another choice for All-Conference, l-le rank- ed as one of the best guards ever to play at Shore. l-lalfback Stan Mihelick returns a second half kickoff for a touchdown in the Parma game. iw i- wig' if M Q, 1 l lllnlll ii.,. , 3 J- 5 as psi .Jiri 'Q gwywg :Zn up . o Q, , g',g in , v is it glvl Q 'Y 3 MEM 1 "i'i ,si wr . KW ', i l . H Wh? 1 35' M 1 N if M if ti r tif, i, y y " E fx 5,8 1? 'F I i l' A m if V -5 ,,, ,, 1 . ' A , , 'nk h' A if' ,- by Mt li A W, A EA- -manila nf- hw? f'f,,.ig - f tvfitf '..., F A: Q -A CZ 0Llf1fLl0f5 QWQULVLUZQG! VVLULC . . . t l "A J' 'QI ,,p ' but -new? W fi Y fwfr 'V ' s ' - ms? s A B2 'N-lwf' A-MW- . - ., ,cw ., .,., 1, .:,: .2 . ,yf -:Z ., .:. A ff A5725 . WA, - 1 .. V iw , W2 sa., A Q ,if fiiyffi is ' ,,: ?frf..,1f ,... Q .V .. .x,. , :" ' X S , ,. 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Q '- 12' ' 1: f V1 A A:-:QW wi' ALT'-1 't"1'iEv + ' ' ,' . : -mm J .f .515-Aff, ,M -3'-awfggfs .gs .,.,...'f3s..lL..,L" is.. 1 ,. vi. 9455. l.. v' My Q he gf, 'gig x M ' ' IM., wgn , A . m.,.......4..g.......- Jack Olbert Senior and All-Conference end, Jack's speed and pass snatching ability made him one ofthe league's outstanding ends. Charles Ament A Senior end, he was a depend- able second string player and a part of the necessary backbone upon which a team can depend. Dexter Rolla A senior halfback, whose speed and agility, along with his fine team spirit, made him one of the best on the team. Don McLean A Senior unanimously chosen for All-Conference center, Don was ex- cellent on offense. Warren Levitt Senio-r halfback, he was one of our tripple-threat men. Warren was an excellent punter and his defensive play could not be equaled. Chuck Hill Senior quarterback. A tricky ball handler for the team in any and every situation, Chuck was Honor- able Mention for All-Conference. Jack Wenning A substitute Junior halfback with speed and ability to pass and kick consistently. He helped make a championship team. Stanley Mihelick A Senior halfback who deserves a large share of honor as a part of Shore's dependable backfield, Stan's versatility proved one of the neces- sary powers for Shore's successful team. Adlfd! lfl!0lf' 0LlfLJ lf,f. . . ww? "vii" Bob Birch A Senior tackle, Bob's untiring determination and fine team spirit made him an excellent lineman. Fred McLean ' A Junior center, Fred excelled on defensive, and played very well over the ball. He is one who never misses a tackle. George Binder As a Sophomore tackle, George was one of those boys who loved contact, and became therefore an outstanding tackle. Don Anzells A Junior end, Don's pass receiving and offensive blocking helped him to form a strong position at right end. Jack Obert, 86, is brcught down cn an end around play in the Euclid Qentral game. 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', A f X- .Q4 -. H1 V c . .A .1...7 f' i - .Mo ."' I J .. 't t Don Lewis Senior tackle and one of the im- movable objects of defense, Don was rated Honorable Mention by the coaches of the league. Tony Guinta A Senior guard, Tony's depend- ability and fighting spirit made him an asset to the team. Bob Marich Freshman guard, Bob is one of the few Shore athletes who earn their letter in the freshman year. Albert Trivisonno A scrappy Senior end, Al made himself noticed throughout the sea- son. He was one of this year's out- standing substitutes. Doug Mackie M CT 13 A powerful and speedy Junior A f-' f . ' - K K tackle, Doug was the teams out if Q standing kick-off artist. 'z V ' s f Manager Doug Harrell 1 ,,,,,,, Doug was a manager whose ef- f V , ' r , ficiency ranks him with Shore's best. E i . if-me . f"Y4V-f . ,Q M Q . .. 44e:J 5 J 1 f 5'y ' i'3LX..iVL"i5.7um'4ff,. Mr ix. L 1 Earl Shulson Senior tackle, and a hard working substi tute, Earl helped greatly this year's unde- feated team. John Stevenson A Senior end, who with three years of hard work and practice, showed dividends in his fine defensive play. Bob Steele Byron Fondron A speedy and deceptive Junior fullback who ranks high in the future ideas of the team. Frank Joranko A Junior quarterback, Frank's accurate passing makes him the outstanding con- tender for next year's position. Junior end, Bob has shown his alertness and ability many times this year. coac 85 aww! enfire Lleam. 'lv' fi 72: wg r, W, .H , M' 'aw Wi. QQ" 'Qi- FIRST ROW: R. Steele, J. Wenning, F. Joranko, D. Fox, J. Rohrich, D. Rolla, R. Wach. SECOND ROW: R. Chidley, E. Delis, D. Mocny, E. Kure, J. Stevenson, J. Conway, Coach C. Eckert. THIRD ROW: C. Ament, F. McLean, D. Mackie, B. Marich, G. Binder, T. Giunta, B. Lewis. FOURTH ROW: Coach W. Schwegler, C. Mast, J. Mayer, J. Weybrecht, A. Trivisonno, B. Birch, B. McQuown, C. Hill, Coach S. DiBiasio. FIFTH ROW: D. Anzells, S. Mihelick, J. Obert, D. McLean, W. Levitt, B. Fondran, D. Lewis. The mighty Admirals ripped through one of the greatest seasons in Shore's history to come out undefeated. Crushing their first six opponents by tremendous scores, the Admirals were set back on their heels by a highly spirited and confident Maple Heights team in a 6 to 6 tie. The team returned the following week to trounce the Garfield Bulldogs, who consistently have strong teams every year. Ten of the starting line up were seniors whose graduation will hurt the team greatly. Each of these boys made one of the teams on the All-Confer- ence squad, including Don Anzells, the lone junior. Obert, McLean, Mihelick, Mayer, 'and Mast constitute the boys who were honored with first-string berths. The one veteran, Jim Weybrecht, was chosen second string and the remainder, Hill, Birch, Levitt, and Lewis, made honorable mention. 'tfqbti gZL:5fQlf'lfL Q14 QVQVLCQ giL5AQfA6L! . SCORES ' "FTF w' Nr' 4- v"n l'l' tif 1 T' VII- ' - 'llll --it-. Willoughby Euclid Central Brush Astabula Bedford University ........ Garfield ............ Euclid Central.. Parma ..... ........ Brush ........,,.... Youngstown S... Bedford ............ Garfield ..... ...... Maple Heights.. Tournament Lorain .............. Shore 1.315 V ' 1 'xii fr., ' Assistant Sparky DiBiasio Coach Ford Case Captain Jack Obert WL, 'S ' ...... 30 42 'gl ' H28 31 , I ' -.--.----.'--- 32 54 if '72-4' ,o, - .......... 24 26 A 3- in .......... 35 36 - W 4 M6616 Heights..26 68 A i. l 3 l ' ' 33 46 - 6 9, i 'f l l - 29 43 -534' Q ' L ,- V-- 5:I. 37 43 I N . , .sim I It lfluvkiiii 5 I I X "l W' l I Q ,I 43 58 ' 5 42 37 33 58 ......- - 32 63 C D I ' 41 54 E 5 5 9 3 ' ' '7 CAULIWLIO5 0LlfL6! J8LOLf86!. . . , First Semester Varsity FIRST ROW: H. Spangler, C. Arnent, D. Rolla, D. McLean, J. Oberf, W. Levitt, D. Harrell. SECOND ROW: F. Case, J. Mayer, A. Trivisonno, S. Mihelick, R. Huffman, S. DiBiasio. THIRD ROW: J. Wenning, E. Delis, B. Fondran, F. Joranko. Second Semester Varsity J. Obert, A. Trivisonno, B. Fondran, C. Amenf, F. Joranko, J. Wenning, F. Case, D. Harrell S. DiBiasio, J. Mayer, E. Pringle, R. Huffman, S. Mihelick, E. Delis, T. Ahee. Olflf y OVLCQ y . . Dexter Rolla-Senior A mid-year graduate and a two-year varsity man, Dex was one of 5hore's main threats in every game. i l Warren Levitt-Senior A mid-year graduate, Warren's tight and spirit helped pull the team through many tough games. ? it 1, Ed Delis-Junior Randall Huffman A deceptive ball han- 5e'1i0" dler and helpful back- Randy,an excellent de- guard, Ed is a master ot layed shot and fine deten- the long swishes. sive player, helped greatly with his strong will to win. tl 1 . ni AlbertTrivisonno-Senior Stan Mihelick-Senior Al made those "impos- Stan proved to be a sible shots" consistently good shot as well as a and his team co-operation tricky ball handler. l-le was outstanding. was also a spark plug on defense. 7 l XSZOVQ5 qzfiinfef frmmpfzeof .. Joe Mayer-Senior Earl Shulson-Senior Joe made himself noted One of the taller mem- for his long swishes and bers of the team, Earl was fine team co-operation. a natural left-handed bas- ket shooter. Chuck Ameni--Senior Chuck was an excep- tionally good long set shot and proved himself a Ca- pable forward. Eugene Pringle Sophomore Gene was on the team the second half of the season and proved to be one of Shore's best play- ers. Don Mc Lean-Senior Another mid-year grad- uate, Don's three years ot co-operation and all- around ability will long be remembered. Frank Joronko Sophomore A good shot with either hand, Frank will help to supply the backbone for next year's team. 011814 lf1fLOLlfLy C 0:58 g6Llf1fLQf5. f . , . . A V 1' 4 ,. . 4 nf" JM ' - X L Q 7 v X 3 X' ix I 251455 ,, w H095 K: :,,HDRE r 1.4, DRE' HERE 54RE SHOE! xgjl Q X 6 ERN M H 6 A fkbliil l T HOB XKOFU 56828 5225. ' 'gif .f wp-AWN .W B! x RESERVE BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: D. Anzells, E. Delis, T. Ahee, J. Mihelick, J. Wenning. SECOND ROW: B. Szurszewski, A. Luikart, B. Lewis, B. Fondran, F. Joranko, S. DiBiasio. THIRD ROW: L. Sbrocco, J. Conway, L. Brockman, C. Barclay, B. Thompson, L. Spino, D. Wilson. The i946-47 Admirals team enjoyed a sensational season in basketball. Shore proved its power by capturing the championship of the Eastern Confer- ence, and reached state-wide acclaim when they defeated Youngstown South. The Admirals opened the season with a veteran team, having four lettermen in the starting lineup. At mid-year the squad lost three of these lettermen, Don McLean, Dexter Rolla, and Warren Levitt. However, the re- placements came through in excellent style losing only one game throughout the season. This season was a very thrilling season for the fans who attended the games. Five contests were decided in the last minute of play, with Shore winning four of these five. The only mar on the record was the 42-37 defeat to Bedford on the Bearcat's floor. Wejrfn CZ WW Like .. For the first time in the history of Shore a wrestling championship was won by a very deserving coach and team. Winning five league and seven independent meets, Clarence Eckert coached his team through a perfect season without a loss or tie. l-le instilled keen competition between the boys who made the weekly eliminations be- come an intersquad rivalry. This system determined who would wrestle, and also strengthened the entire squad. Although a junior, Captain Fred McLean was the most accomplished wrestler on the team, Fred has wresteled for four years and has had very successful seasons. Mid-year graduation took Al Ulle and John Stevenson, two very capable boys who were undefeated in their matches. Roger Wach, Crayton Mast, Chuck Hill and Joe Tarantino are the only seniors who have wrestled this season, although Roger was the only one who wrestled regularly, This means that the team will not suffer too great a loss at June graduation. The junior class was well represented on the squad by Fred McLean, Don l-loag, Earl Brown, George Binder and Nick Marino. Bob Marich, Jack l-loag, Bill Erb, Pete Mihelick, and Dick Fox were the sophomores on the squad. The very capable and untiring efforts of Fred Andreucci were appreciated by every member of the squad. The unseen work done by the manager can only be appreciated by those whom it benefits, and that is why Fred has be- come a prominent member of the team. Shore's success this season was due to the fact that the team was not composed of two or three stars, but a well rounded group of boys who were determined to win. The flawless coaching, team co-operation, an the will to win all added together to mold the fine wrestling squad of l946-l947. 7 imlf Llime, More 5 . . . W l T ' Bob fired i Mcirich vXcLeon fi ii "I i Coach Eckert Chuck Hill Dick Fox Rogei Woch, Nick Marino L George Croytori ii mf L e Mm QLQWQ LOVL5 Mgr. F d Fi 3,5321 Qfffiiiffi W- Jock Hoag, Don Hoag Pete Mihelick, Joe Tarantino ii QPWLIOIO QPU DUQIWQ ULVLJQLQEQJ FIRST ROW: B. Erb, R. Woch, F. McLean, B. Morich, D. I-Ioog, A. Ulle, C. Von Hof. SECOND ROW: F. Andreucci, D. Fox, J. Hoag, B. McQuown, J. Stevenson, C. Most, K. Moller, C. Eckert. Hill. THIRD ROW: J. Keyes, N. Marino, J. Mihelick, P. Gutmon, R. Jones, E. Brown, J. Jovoris, C. cJ.-3365 'P L M955 :AQ Gflooy 90 f-' I I , 5.7 , 17' ' I Thomas Edison.. John Adams ...... Garfield .......... West Tech Shoker .... Bedford .... John Hoy.. Col I inwood University Bedford .... Rhodes ..., Col Iinwood 3 I7 5 I8 I2 I5 I5 I9 I2 O II I3 4 QII 1 I 74 . ZVCLC as Assistant, Clarence Swackharnerg Coach, Ford Case. .. Z- 3 I 4 Bed.-Map.-Shore Men. Relays .... 33 U3 State Meet .............. 8 ox 0 ff Af l K 'f x X X 0 ' 'X I I X I I j' I 4 , if fl i X Q xvq. I Con. Meet ...... 65 lf3- SCORES Shore Euclid Central .... 85 5X6-55 U6 Cathedral Latin ................ 72-46 Maple Heights .... 36 UZ-81 U2 Shaker .............. 25 l!3-92 2X3 l 4 V2-5 5-80 V2 -lst place River Relays .... 35 U2-Znd place District Meet..2O 6X7-5th place 2nd place -7th place 4,5197 X l .A fl,- 4 ' Q f J' o" i , tl A 1' ' U 1 X S- Q. X3 FIRST ROW: J. Conway, F. McLean, C. Ament, B. Marich, C. Mast, J. Mayer, B. Fondran, E. Brown, C. Swackhamer. SECOND ROW: F. Case, D. Samuels, B. Thompson, J. Stevenson, A. Pettit, R. l-luttman, B. Steele, R, Chidley, B. Sumner. xg Crayton Mast Crayton ended his perfect season ot victories by winning tirsts in the Rocky River and Mentor Relays in the Eastern Conference meet. l-le then traveled to Columbus to become state shot-put champion. Douglas Mackie Doug, another one of Shore's out- standing shot putters, had the best record possible by placing second in every meet. Doug also went to the state meet but was unable to capture a place. M56 jiwedaf Cfmmloiond fl! 3 I y Coach, John Pohto Assistant, Roy Sharrock SCORES Shore Central ...................... 6 Cleveland Heights ...... O Shaw .......................... l University .................. l 0 0 Coiimwood ,...... is 'S Painesville .... ......,. 8 Bedford ...,. ........ 3 Brush ......,,. ........ l O Garfield ..... s....... -4 Central ,......... .,,..... l Collinwood ....... ........ l 2 Bedford ........ ........ 8 Perry ........, ........ 5 Lincoln .. ,...... , O Brush ...... ......,, 9 Garfield s.... ..... l 2 Mayfield .A,.., ...,.,,. 9 Painesville ..,. ........ Z Central ....... ......,. 9 Lincoln .... ,,..,.,, 3 Shaw . ......,. .,,..... l Mayfield ...... ....,.,. 2 5 an mfrofooglfozn runner-14 ,i 5 1 . f 5 f "' .. ff . 'C -Q, 'fl ,, X f we . V L 5 5.1, tgp is ig? i f M I as I QQ ' 6023, ,.q,,i J Q . ew tl o 3 xx ,J .A .AA .X v . .ts . , in V j ,Q i if i . , A ' ai I V' Qt t Q ' ' . S? W A'QM if il, ' 2 ,ff , r 1 ' Z A G 8 Rl , follimlf FIRST ROW: W. Levitt, D. Rolla, J. Funk, P. Stegkamper, R. Stroebel, V. Santon. SECOND ROW: C. Hill, S. Mihelick, D. McLean, J. Obert, R. Loos, J. Wenning. THIRD ROW: R. Ogreen, E. Stibich, B. Klaas, J. Javoris, F. Joranko, E. Pringle, Coach Pohto. FOURTH ROW: J. McKee, D, Anzells, A. Trivisonno, H. Roznik, H. Youngblood. Eastern Conference Champions, runner up for the Metropolitan Cham- pionship, and the only team that beat the state champions, are some of the outstanding accomplishments of the l946 Admirals baseball team. This year's baseball team did its share to further one of the finest confer- ence records in the state: 35 victories without one defeat. The Admirals compiled a season's record of l7 wins, 4 losses, and l tie. Every member of the team co-operated with coaches Pohto and Sharrock to help make the team successful. 6LI"8 OVLQ lfwo of 1lA8 . . 2 uh-10 ' l , L 1 as . Wai- f ' l 5 A :ffl 'Q 'AJ--:?. TS, r ' t .,, fi 4 zm a ff ,fx , h g g , 'lf 'N Q ,, Y xiii? .,,. IHAAI g ,. Q 'L s ul K' V '- ,. ,I 5 X ' R f ff I f c Vic Santon Dexter Rolla Senior-2nd bose Senior-Center Field Vic's fine ploy ond teom Dexter switched from spirit helped to moke o pitching to center field- successful seoson. ing, ond mode good dur- ing his first yeor in the outfield. Don McLean Stan Mihelick Senior-Left Field Senior-Shortstop Don eorned his letter in Ston's spirit ond teom- his junior yeor ond then work will be o very wel- come bock strong to cli- come foctor for next mox o fine record. yeor's teom. Don Anzells Captain Ronnie Strobel Junior-Catcher Senior-3rd bose Next yeor's teom is count- Ronnie's ,generol field ing on Don, o rugged ploy oround the hot cor- Cotcher with plenty of ner helped him to win o spirit ond fight. ploce on the All-Scholos- tic teom. ' ? V . , Qgkzfzg 4 7 t86LlflfL5 GLCCOVVL gd lflflglfllld. xg! 3 ' 4 c?fGf-E f ,lf ll, Jim Funk Senior-Pitcher One of Shore's fastest and trickiest pitchers, Jim was chosen for the All-Scho- Iastic team. Paul Stegkamper Senior-Catcher Paul's love of the game and fine playing ability have made him a valuable man for the past two sea- sons. faire Warren Levitt Senior-Right field An excellent baserunner and hard hitter, Warren proved his worth to the team. Captain-elect Jack Obert Junior-l st base This is .lack's second year on the squad. His leader- ship and playing ability will be the foundation of next year's team. Bob Birch Senior-Outfield Bob's co-operative spirit and willingness have kept him on the squad for the past two seasons. Roger Loos Senior-Pitcher The other half of the Ad- mirals one-two pitching battery, Roger's pep and spirit will be missed next year. ' John Mihelick Freshman-Outfield The first freshman to re- ceive a varsity letter in Shore's history. Ray Ogreen Sophomore-Pitcher and Outfield Ray proved his versatility playing the outfield, also filling in as a worthwhile pitcher. Henry Roznik Senior-Pitcher l-lampered by a sore arm for the latter part of the season, l-lank carried on in the pinchhitting de- partment, Ofgflfer LlfLlfL8lf'6 FIRST ROW: C. Ament, D. Lewis, C. Most, J. Oberf, A. Trivisonno, W. Levitt, S, Mihelick, J. Moyer. SECOND ROW: J. Wenning, B. Birch, D. Rollo, D. McLean, B. Fondrcn, J. Weybrecht, B. Morich, R. Woch. THIRD ROW: J. Conwoy, D. Anzells, B. Steele, F. McLean, D. I-lorrell, F. Jorcmko, E. Brown, J. Mihelick, C. Hill. FIRST ROW: P. Bloss, B. Boldin, D. Poleit, S. Grou, D. Rini. SECOND ROW: G. Brooks, J. Schulmeisfer, D. Duiker, B. Murray, R. Oliver. WJ 1-nf ,N if? may ' 'spy rf? S' fx? 'X AI endow Dolly Spangler Dorothy Paleif Grace Brooks 94 Janet Scloulmeisfer lf1fL8lflfL QVZ5 i T Alice Draz Marjorie Sternberg Marilyn Odell V I I If HB0 rbo ra Rcney Kitty Ferro I I 1 Dorothy Rini WAIJLLQ wnif lf'L UL Mo rge Kozon 77 Betty Deutelbcum Sora Grou Phyllis Long 95 enior ana! Junior 4 l 'R our V ' A., 4 9 , Af 4 4 6 arf A My I FIRST ROW: P. Bloss, B. Boldin, P. Long, D. Rini, S. M. Kirchner, J. Binder, S. Magnusson, A. Jennison Grau. SECOND ROW: R. Hunt, M. Rapp, R. Wyatt, M Shirk, J. Clark, B, Raney, R. Oliver, P. Ditrich, S Walters, K. Ferro, K. Moschell, H. Kozlowski. THIRD ROW: J. Weybrecht, R. Murdock, M. Stewart FlRST ROW: P. Kreilach, E. Berndsen, L. Yovanne, M. Miller, D. Phillips, E. Lindstrom, D. Saywell, C Jenkins, J. Rini, B. Austin. SECOND ROW: T. Molnar, D. Potokar, J. Schmitt, D. Wilk, J. Moore, S. Morris, J. Buettner, H. Patrick S. Jones, A. Draz. THIRD ROW: L. Roy, R. Brockman, E. Andrews, L K 1 C Q .lg ht ' K A ,piss 4 Q 5 K . 6 . 49 W' 1 Ab. M. Kinnarnon, M. Kozan, D. Christopher, D. Paleit FOURTH ROW: J. Sage, B. Deutelbaum, B. Murray A. Wilhelm, M. Odell, J. Julyan, D. Cergol, J. Schul- meister, M. Sternberg. FIFTH Row. J. Henn, B. Lewis, H. yahfeiac, N. Bui- lard, B. Will, D. Royer, R. Jenz, V, Smith, O. Lindsay Martin, B. West, A. Thomas, M. Fleming, N. Niebes J. Kazan. FOURTH ROW: A. Slodek, L. Jerzy, M. Sartorio, C Greve, S. Weber, J. Solon, F. Hauser, Z. Anderson J. Caldwell. FIFTH ROW: J. Zook, D. Donelcn, J Manley, D Brinz, V. Shimrock, W. Duiker, D. Salinger, C. Chap- FUOV1. i . Q5 Ja. 5 f C6 ,Q l - 1iS Q if CSZIO 0lfIfL0lf'8 GLVLJ sgIf'8f5ZLlfIfL6LlfL C I I I iw-4 soy : , F' f-- FIRST ROW: C. Lux, V. lacobacci, R. Ferrara, J. Feld- man, P. Collins, A. Mast, C. Stegkamper, A. Criado, J. Hug, C. Beeson,'L. Pringle, B. Eiselt. SECOND ROW: O. Gillette, B. Palko, C. Wilson, C Clarriccates, J. Curdy, J. Morris, N. Ware, M. Hill C. Commander, M. Gallitto, J McKnight. THIRD ROW: M. Lasher, M. Humphreys, B. Smith, V. FIRST ROW: M. Calabrese, V. Connor, B. Brewster E. Auer, D. Calabrese, M. Abbott, C. Gallwitzer, K Bates, J. Abbott, J. Bosonko. SECOND ROW: B. Wyatt, M. Read, E. Yovanne, J Hassink, M. Holdren, E. Waltemade, A. Meyers, J Christopher, K. Sullivan, E. Schottke. THIRD ROW: N. Rice, L. Preston, G. Winslow, J Cole, B. Repicky, l. Mackie, B. Steinforth, A. Ludwig, B. Blackwell, M. Doering. FOURTH ROW: S. Zanzig, S. Towsey, C. Hausrath, J. Bullard, A. Snider, J. Loyke, P. Mueller, D. Bastaich, D. McGinnis, N. Setron, K. Mayfield. FIFTH ROW: L. Kollar, L. Webb, N. Drach, B. Thomas, R. Rickenbrode, G. Ritchings, B. Wilson, C. Janovac, N. Will. Frost, N. Nelson, B. Hausrath, M. Byrum, J. Toth, K. Sturm. FOURTH ROW: B. Troup, R. Marsh, D. Weinlce, C. Alter, M. Krecic, M. Egger, M. Hull, M. Meck, G. Brasch. FIFTH ROW: J. Gordon, E. Hauser, P. Solon, R. Thomas, E. Ropes, J. Montgomery. I nfs, El' ... fs., . ff. CTZLQ govt! of KZKULQ-51fLi1fe1f5 77 ...ss ,lg 1 'M ti 6 A 1 f ia , ' A L ma az. , , A 1 i if x 521 ,ZX ' 5 Q ., t - if . W ' J l . 5+ . l' ' 4 :fx Q V . 25' .,, W ' u i A -'V: A . G 1 vi-Q' as '- 'W' af' W 9' ' 4. W V at "5 J 5 ' A A -4 f f . .... 1 - i may ? 35 . F J 'D ' .. .I Sf 4 f Sli., 4 ...J V.. 4 f mst Row. M. Hui, B. Austin, D. vvtiit. SECOND ROW: V. locobacci, J. Feldman, K. Ferro, M. Odell, B. Raney, S. Morris, J. Rini, T. Molnar, M. Gallitto. THIRD ROW: A. Draz, A. Ludwig, J. Morris, D. Paleit, B. Deutelbaum, M. Sternberg, M. Kinnamon, M. Kazan. FOURTH ROW: P. Long, L. Martin, R. Brockman, B. Repicky, A. Keyes, G. Duval, R. Oliver. FIFTH ROW: S. Grau, D. Rini, A. Thomas, J. Solon, F. Hauser, D. Spangler. SIXTH ROW: J. McGuigan, C. Greve, R. Jenz, V. Smith. SEVENTH ROW: P. Muller, D. Salinger, P. Blass. EIGHTH ROW: L. Webb, N. Drach. NINTH ROW: J. Schulmeister. Through the Girls Athletic Club, and the Girls Leaders Club, athletic-minded girls can find an outlet for their excess energy. Both ot these clubs, jointly spon- sored by Miss Hazel Moore and Miss Virginia Bell, provide extra- curricular athletic activity tor girls. Any girl in high school can join the G. A. C. The objective ot the club members is to make x W points by participating in volley- ball, basketball, baseball, ping pong, and badminton tourna- ments or by hiking. Those who accumulate enough points win aletter. Members of G. L. C. are se- lected on a basis of scholarship, leadership, honesty, and athletic ability. The girls, called the "white suit brigade", assist in gym classes and tournaments. ' , 2 if 5 L 2, 4 .AY if . f X, ,. Q , rf' A5 I- V 3 1" ' ' -' f avg 'W ff' xg. 4? x , . Y. ,K , Q ,xx QVL 0LlfL FLOW mloorfomlf lfAi1fLg5 . Paul '- . ,xv is 9 . K' . -Y QV J, Av. 2, Qs f fgffi 45' 1:35 . 'Q 1. f ,A i r-4 . . "5 if Ai is' '11 f .- f The mid-year gradua- ting class "strut their - stuff" in annual Sen- ior Assembly. V 2. The team gets togeth- 'i er before the "big" . game ot the season. i946 Track Queen, Phyllis Kreilach talks with James Gebhart. . 3. 4. Varsity cheerleaders relax after pep session. 5. Football captain Cray- ton Mast gets pointers on place kicking from Lou "The Toe" Groza of the Cleveland Rams. The school otmosphere of the gym is trons- formed by the Hi-Y, Y-Teen Christmos For- mol. Grid squocl's choice Joon Weybrecht with ottendonts Dolores Po- tokor ond Joyce Soge. Fronk Brown, "l-lecid over heels". Friendship Y-Teen of- ficers plon the yeor's progrom ot Summer Conference. 0Ll0lO8lfL Qlfglfg 2 zf SYM. l +i l 2. 3. 4. 5. Sponsors and guides of the senior class, Stanley Whiteside Jane Williams, Mar- garet Patrick and Clar- ence Eckert. I Baseball coach John Pohto with loyal fan Frank Rolla. Y "-But Not Goodbye" juniors as they might have looked in l9lO. Shore's "hi-steppers" who preceded our marching band down the field at all football garnes. Reserve cheerleaders, "Come on green-" GMP AIWLQVL tif of SHORE Y-TEEN FRIENDSHIP CLUB Compliments Compliments ot of DRENIK BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTING. INC. GIRLS' LEADERS' CLUB and GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB of 23776 Lakeland, Blvd. EUCLID QI-H0 EUCLID SHORE Re. 3300 Lgpmiffzd RESTAURANT I-lNll BllHBEUUE, INC. "GOOD FOOD IS GOOD HEALTH" Accommodations for Private Parties LUNCHEONS DINNERS fir 22305 Lake Shore Boulevard Ke 2792 lolfin Vidriolc lohn Polson LINOTYPE ' MAKE-UP ' PBOOFS SUPERIOR COMPOSITION CO. 808 East 152 St. Cleveland 10, Ohio GLenvi11e 0310 HAROLD FURNITURE CO. 708 East 185 St. EAGLE STAMPS BUDGET TERMS November: A glance around showed eleven vets at Shore, ten "fresh" from the Navy, and one lone - but - not - lonesome Marine- Empty classrooms were the custom, for group pic- tures were being taken for the Log-Dr. Loos and senior advisors tutily implored seniors to get their applications in to college -The much-discussed school levy promis- ing a ten-room addition was passed- There were reunions every week at the Ches- shire Studios where graduation pictures were being taken-Everyone got together lContinued on Page lO7l CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GBADUATING CLASS OF 1947 713' . SMITH'S DELICATESSEN 21932 Lake Shore B1vd. Euclid, Ohio The EUCLID ELECTRIC and MANUFACTURING CO. Designers and Manufacturers of INDUSTRIAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT Oompiiments of CLIFFEL'S BAKERY The Best In Baked Goods ir IV. 0991 22030 Lake Shore Blvd. gmpmfiaafzfm JD The Graduating Class of 1947 'lr FRED KHAUSS GARAGE Compliments of The V. DEMSHAR Home Appliance Company THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING RECORDS RADIO SERVICE ANY COMP 22034 Lake Shore Boulevard Kenmore 7070 Euclid, Ohio lll East 200th Street Vince Demshml Mgr. EUCLID, Ol-llO HABEHAEKEB llPTlClll. EU. 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIQNS 12022 East 9th St. - - - MA. 2430 10537 Carnegie Ave. - - - RA. 5676 15101 Detroit Ave. - - - AC. 2727 The INDEPENDENT LUMBER Co. 19620 Nottingham Rd. Cleveland, Ohio IV. 2000 Comphments ot the WOLKOV IEWELERS to put over an eventful Gala Nite-The Junior Play, "-But Not Goodbye", proved to be very good-Laughs and surprised looks were on hand after a faculty-G. L. C. volleyball game which was won by the torm- er--The varsity proved their worth by over-running 'Garfield 20-6, to clinch the Eastern Conference Championship, after which tive Admirals were picked for All- Conterence standings-The traditional Football Dance was graced by Joan Wey- brecht, elected Grid Queen, and her two lContinued on Page llOl gl fn 97'LaanA,74vu,Cf!1ZLfntQ1z,5 CONSIDER the advantages of joining a local business organization with World-wide sales and manufac- turing connections. CONSIDER the advantages of joining a company which offers the opportunity to learn most any type of Work-manufacturing, engineering, me- chanical servicing, selling, secretarial, or clerical. CONSIDER the advantages of talking with people in a personnal department which is interested in Euclid and Euclid people . . . the Personnel Department of ADUHESSUGRAPH-MULTIEHAPH CUHPUHATIUN 1200 BABBITT ROAD EUCLID. OHIO We specialize in individual hair styling. ADELON HAIR SHOPPE 21939 Lake Shore Blvd. SHELL SERVICE STATION RADIOS ACCESSORIES BATTERIES - TIRES - TUBES 9574 E. 135 G Pawnee Iv. 6763 Ioseph Vaccariello, Manager CONGRATULATIONS Compliments SENIORS OF '47 at ii? The SENIOR SISTERS B2 AUSTIN COMPANY Congratulations to the Class OI 1947! MANLEY BEAUTY SHOP 26592 Lake Share Blvd. EUCLID, OI-IIO THE WRIGHT STORE 696 East 135 St. DRY GOODS - - - FURNISHINGS SI-IOES "It's Wright To Be Thrifty" Shop At BILL'S CLOTHES Para 'THE NEwEsT IN FADs AND FASI-IIONS - - - Two Stores - - - 618 East 185th St. St. Clair at 152nd. Ke. 4341 G1. 4341 MOSS POINT CLEANERS 22943 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 0719 SERVING IN EUCLID Compliments ot BRAWN'S KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS, INC. Confecfion and Dam' Store DeSOTC and PLYIVICUTI-I 20941 Euclid Ave. IV. 4500 ICE CREAM - - - SCDDAS - - - SUNDAES I-Iigh Grade Candies and Pastries 22078 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 1088 Compliments ot The DILLE RCAD LUMBER 1420 Di11e Road EUCLID, CHIC KEnmore 0592 VIHTELIC HARDWARE 807 East 222nd Street EUCLID, CI-IIC WE DELIVER iv. 2223 Compliments ot BILL'S GARAGE 23611 Lakeland Blvd. NEILSEN'S BARBERS 741 East 185 St. EUCLID, OI-IIC attendants, Joyce Sage and Dolores Potokar. December: Although postponed because ot the coal shortage, which managed to tie up many events, the combined Band Concert and Mu- sic Festival proved worth the wait-The glorious H-Y Friendship Formal lived up to everyone's expectations tor a really fine evening-Shore's wrestlers showed their might by beating all opposing teams- Christmas vacation was enjoyed by all and the New Year came in with a greeting and a lContinued on Page ll2l Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1947 From the Euclid City Officials 'k Hon. Kenneth J. Sims-Mayor Paul H. Torbet-Solicitor Henry R.Clark-Treasurer William A. Abbott-Auditor Harry J. Knuth--President ot Council Walter Hehr-Councilman Vernon B. Welch-Councilman Michael Boich-Councilman Howard B. Crawtork-Councilman William F. Burns-Councilman Ralph Hill-Councilman Hugo H. Lux-Councilman Wm. McMaster-Safety Director Michael Spino-Service Director GOOD LUCK TO TI-1E CLASS OE '47 EUCLID COAL 61 SUPPLY CO. 1400 Chardon Rd. Ke. 1400 REAL HARDWARE CO. Lino1eum, Paints, Varnishes, G1ass and Bui1der's Hardware Phone IVanhoe 9834 727 East 185 Si. THE TRANSPORT SERVICE 20091 Lindbergh Ave. EUCLID 19, OHIO Truck - Tractor - Trailer GIBSON REALTY COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE and Rebuilding - Repairing INSURANCE WELDING Y 22091 Euc1id KE. 3530 Louis Zdesar, Prop. COmp1imenis HERB FITZGERALD'S of RADIOS RECORDS APPLIANCES SERVICE PI-1 T UPPLIES RoBERT SHOES O Q S 894 East 185 St. KE. 1313 838 E. 185 St. Nottingham Department Store "Shoes and Furnishings for the Entire Eami1y" 18807 Si. C1air Avenue C1eVe1and 10, Ohio Leonard Mande1, Prop. moan, for ii meant back to school. January: Cheers and even fears marked the game with Bedford, for we beat them by one point, gained in the final seconds, to end a terrific lflontinued on Page 1141 QWLIO AVVLQVL iii O! NADINE'S BEAUTY SHUP Congratulations Good Luck MILLER-STONE IEWELRY. INC. 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. lust East ot Shore Theater REdWood 0l55 Wm. E. Stevenson, Sr. Wm. E. Stevenson, lr. STEVENSON OIL and CHEMICAL CO. 936 East 200th St. Cleveland, Ohio Compliments of TRACY'S GARAGE I Cherry 1395 Res. CL. 3475 B. L. WALTZ Ieweler Time Pieces and Repairs 209 Schofield Building CLEVELAND, GHIG The LAKE SHORE MACHINE Co. HIGH GRADE MACHINING AND SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS D. R. G'ConnelI President and Manager 1340 East 222nd Street EUCLID, Ol-IIG battle-An impressive National Honor So- ciety initiation brought forth joy from some and envy from others--All cares were drop- ped at a hilarious "Senior Assembly"- Exams were up to their usual level land we were down to oursl but things turned out well-Wadded handkerchiefs and wet eyes were seen at what the January Grads thought would be such a joyous affair: graduation-Two plays were put on by the drama classes in an assembly. lContinued on Page I l5l PETER PAN DRESS SHOPPES 12432 St. Oiair Avenue - - - Gi. 3103 15115 St. O1air Avenue - - - G1. 2074 705 East 135th Street - - - Ke. 7362 THE EUCLID BAKERY We Specialize in Eine Pastries, Variety Breads, and Oakes for a11 occasions. 22054 LAKE S1-IOBE BOULEVARD a l-lealth Carnival, of which Vincetta laco- bacci was Health Queen-Visitors fromlcrli' over the city came to the NEO Tournament games held at Shore. March: A rush of final activity, and the com- pleted draft of the Log was sent to the printer-The Basketball Dance brought forth the prospective queens and her at- tendants-Nearly the entire student body came to a l-li-Y sponsored Stunt Nite-The Senior Sisters' Dance proved a success, as did the Box Social-Lenten Service inspired in the Y-Teen members a new determina- tion to keep the Lenten vows, tContinued on Page l l7l February: ' The drive for Breeze subscriptions began with Anthony Vaccariello's homeroom 10000 the first day-A crushing "battle" with Bedford brought the first defeat in any sport this year-Our lockers were decorated for one day while "News" reporters took pictures of the "fixings" with the kids who fixed them up-A liquid air assembly brought surprised gasps from all-A senior class dance found a beautifully decorated gym with a George Washington theme and the usual packed floors-The Y-Teen had Just a note from the editor- I wish to thank my entire staff for their hard work and fine co-operation. We met our deadline and here's our Log on timel Mr. Angene and Miss Phypers deserve a lot of thanks for their help and supervision. Thanks to the advertisers and those who bought subscriptions. We could not have had an annual without you. We apologize for any mistakes for they are inexcusable. lf you have any griev- ances, l'll take the blame. Thanks again to everyone! Dolly Spangler, Editor ' 9 You may be interested in investigating the possibilities of factory or office employment offered by an expand- ing Euclid Manufacturer. 3 Q M- ,W L ' may ...,..E'!?lP..r . ', , . , ' Q .. f A ma ' r a -1 i til?:- 'ff' f' fl?-uJ4'.., 'VPU "'a'.' ' " ' fff'?-9."fl'fEf."'35,1 :-f ""- K . A , .. . r,,,x.5 by g., f , - 'Wg .. , 3,4 V, V5 , x - 151 tg ..n,g.uugf- :y,,,f,,,r'1: L: .gg ' 1 ' 4 " 25 ' ji. - ,Ml , .?il"lilMzit3Ht2',5 ,,,a"X . .A , ofXx qm up u t-tltsuyrlt tqqi v-E., . Mg? y, 54 I , W .f,.:,.g,, mfg. .,., ...,, -K., ,",:a?t?f. A - ..,... V ..,. I wh g- ,.','A::R'i f f , ? 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May: Beginning with a bang, this month saw the Friendship formal as first on its agenda -This was soon followed by a rollicking Senior Nite, a production well worth the time and energy-The Junior Prom proved a night well spent and enriched an interest- ing month. June: A beautiful Baccalaureate service took place at Shore on the first day of the month -Four days later was the end of school life at Shore for the seniors: commencement- The banquet cheered them up for the last few days, but with sad hearts they all bid a final farewell to Shore and the splendid times had here. awww awww I ,gt . 4- Q . ef.. U -03 ' Q sv' "Q ' Q 0 Y'v' Q 42 .-v- an A ' Q Q H. gc 'il Av .I l f Q ,O A E, xv '.f.i-hi. 'Qt' at ' . ' 0 1 VI Q Q. ,. gx V . . 1 I ' 1 ' I- . Q, - 5A X. v .1 o ' ' ' A . J o Q V A 0 u , .FR 9.3 f 3, -A, . cl ' F P J f - f O' M, ., f.-25" , , .I ,1. ,, A wk!! 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