Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1955

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K X 4? ls' .x 5 15 5 lfour Ililllll grzulc linglixh NlllilClll5 lake aclianllzlgv ol the librarx' tour, taken by their clam, bi examining the reicric Shelf. Miss Rulh Gordon-English, Home-School Visitor Miss Dorothy Grove-Commercial Subjects Miss Man Lou Heslep-Assistant Librarian ly, lllflllll 10 6lClfL 61,1161 Cfadded In an attempt to ureliese the monotony of looking :tt the hack ol the other l'ellow's heztdf' Mr. Doak seated his lf S. History classes in at circle. Looking lor something tihout Slinlsespeare und lilil- ahetliztn linglztnd? Cheek Miss Mel.aughlin's hulletin hoard: lou'll find it there just as these class nietnhets did. Miss Kathryn Lexus-l-Qnglish. 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'i' Mr. Donley Nlollenauer-l'. S, History it 15" 1 if I V+ 'ii , 1-rf xx Xlgilwl XIUUIL'-l.llJl1lll1lll. Xiu. K.:-iuldine Ninrgzui- lngltxlig XII. lnlian Kitt-ix-l-ngli-li. 5IJCClllI X111 Iolin al-Wont! Nlnip: Kim l-'ilecn Xtwlmitt+Pl1iiie Geotiictix. Quick action that stemmed lrom well planned co-ordi- nated movements added ex- citement to every gsm class. es Pint ol the lllNl SCINCNICIJW licalllt courke ine 14 tlnded xi Section on color blindness. These boys :ne assisting mltissinatex as thu' ICSI themselves, Xliw xllilll' Nctnnzii'ker-lltiglisli XII. lou-pin l':iLgn:im-lli-Ilining S. . 'tg' Q l X 3 Miss Ada Patterson-Latin Miss Niartha Pickeris-liiiglisli Alley oops! and anal they go! Watch out! -Mw- One false move and this halanced structure will collapse! N- 4 Mr. Philip Prutlnian-Bandz Mr. Reed Raines-Chemistrv: Mr. john Ramsey-Mechanical Drawingg Mr. john Reed- Drixingg Bliss Anne Rightmire-Plane Geometry. wg, , ' X V? S-119 1. 1 All actixity in the science classes was not confined to the actual classroom. In biology classes, Mr. Niehner added "color" by taking his students on field trips. Chemistry classes, though "conhned" to the lah, conducted interesting experiments, N. X . I xxx I 4 1 1: 3 al.. , ' ks iv - 'f 2" ' ' T .,,i -,. K HK ' ' ' ' .L f 15 2--gfff-fra .., ,L 5 4? a 1' I If 3 self 5 -TX if . ..., .lx Xin I-.lc.IIIrvI RIIIIIcfI'.IILLlixlI: Xliv Rim Rocggc-SpIIIIisII. HHN Wlllh 5"mh'5"I1'l f'f'U"W"X- l'iilUl"'mCIU- ,MVN lIIliII2 XII, Ruin-II RIIllIfI'IIuiu1 XII. Ilollglzix NIILIIICIY W-U S"l""X't'l'mllx' lznglllkhz M" ,l'N'1"' Slpnllfslkh XII' Xliv N'IIIu Nkcxiulix-l'lIwILul l"I1III'IIiuII, f'CWm'U'X5 Ml- WWII 5I3"'lNl"'ui"l'i HNUU' MIX' 'UH' XIJIIX XII. l.L'IJQlll0Il NllHlClllN. IL-gIlilIIIg thc QICLII cnlphn- NI- IJCIIIQ plzlmcmi IIIIIIII IIIC 2lrllIllX In speak Olicctixclx Im-iulc :I gglroup. CIIIIIIII-Il III spvvcll clgisscx I IIIIIIIIIIII XM nld HINIIIIN. .4 -M A724 wa 3 , -br - 'CCN 'A- lIII1uI Illn' Ciiltflll LilIL'LllUIl III XII. RIIIII-I-I IPIL' Imu III lllftflllllillll IIILIIIIIIQ lcLIIIIcd liblblll I1CINPL'LlIXK'. IIIIIQIIIIIIIN .IIIII LIICIIIICKIIIIJI dum' HIM. I '4 4 49 :Af IQ - k -4 as 'P"A 2:24 1 'Q 19' I GCN, all Cfadrieri ,V,,....-tf Wir I'h0ma9 Taylor Chemistry Physics Nhse Xian Thorpe Spantsh lrench Nlnss Thelma Hhnnme Commercial Subjects Nir Earl Whlp key Algebra Auatxon Nlr Arthur lagello Orchestra 94:- ' 71 I Ft Q1 A . 'w Ihe School secret mes Nirs Irxun Nlrs Dauex Nllss Xtlamson and 'Nlrs Booth stop durlng a busy dn for the clntlt of the camera Nelther ram nor sleet nor hall stopped the ll'l2lll or the drlvmg claSseS Students literally fought to get on the Yklllllllg Inst of over Hllcd classes Jw 1 1' . . . 1 V 4 , ,4 i Vt' F , ,vain 1 N fm VV 5 3 r 2' ,t . 'I-,. . y' Y Xxxnuwgr-n-.-4-.,,,- 1 U1 1 " 'fs l - WL . 5 N ' 4 . - . - ,, if I 9 4 'y' A e , "f'5llif E 'Tig 'ev 'affi , l l ty ?'- I H - 1 :' , 4 g J? I1 :SCAOQX anal out ff Q39 Q7 Xfy' ,:,..--,-'T-... ' J 53 Q! fo QU X I ,fr 5 if if ff. 5 1 '52 13' 41, , , I 'ff -'5':'i ig. LA I I if ' 1 i Xu gl -s 'uv a jouciz of mgref eniord . . . "Our boys will shine tonight. Our boys will shinc . . The spirit ol was a cheer- ing voice. lull ol school and class loyalty- alire. ,-X spirit that was lonnd iitterbugging at the "Rec", throwing parties, decorating its cars in "red and white", and inventing the inimitable Gracie Newman. Senior girls started the lads ol wearing X'- neclc sweaters. long ropes ol beads, and the silver disks which were Snowball lavoisz the rest ol' the school was cluick to lollow. Senior boys immortalized the year with a new basketball record-55 points made by' a single boy in one game. The last class to graduate from the "little school" wound up an era ol tradition. Those long hours spent on 120-CI or learning mem- ory' lines lrom A1111 beth would go on, but being typical seniors, to them, it seemed that it c'oulcln't ever be the same. But grew with the school too. College plans were made, and a big step was taken towarcl making those wonderful dreams come true. Yes, '55, y'ou're a great class-we salute you. QIOOLQJ fo tAQ gbliblfe . . . And 3lwugl.z of line l9a5f 5 N 4 If I 05 Q0 J, av N1 A Q 5 ur' .af jlw I955 .Simon XINCL 'ANIIDI RI 1 1I Ihxkum XKX NI XR! 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Honor Roll, Medical. Library. ef , 49 Xxx X in ,, l, .y R 1 ,M 3 if l W J' fur K Af 'Q 'rw' 40' we 1955 .szniom 'rnoxms r. R. srrrrr IX. Cross COIIIIITN. Lon, Niounlx .Art Editor. Honor Roll. 'Iralllc 'NIakeAL'p Ar1Sq II- ll-R SIL 'IRI :M ANN Inu mnndl Bdskellrall Chorus H1 I IORRUNI' SlNl'l'Xl'X llllllllll s ure L ll curl ltllddllll. SANDRA SHI-I-XX I A A Chculeuler Home-room Olncer lantern lm XIUUIIIN I leens Honor Roll Xlulrcal Cxm Sq Aunrlres ku N nonal Honor Souux BOB IANNER Band Homeroom Prog.,rnm Comm CARL H TFNIPI IN Crow Country X B.1Skul1.1ll hack Homuoom lies Honor Roll Acuvrues hex Nauonal Honor SOLICIN RICH ARD D TENNXSON Homeroom Pres Honor Roll RICHARD 'IHONI AS football Baseball Baskellmll HON ARD A THONIPSON Band Homeroom l robmrn Comm SHI-.Il A C 'IHONISON C AA XIHIOILIIC IALUI I-l XX IRACIAEI f I A A X leans Class Rank DCCOIJIIHQ HLI- hX IRANT I A A Deulelle Properun Niedlcal Homeroolu Program Comm 50 .74 1955 .Slum II-I XFRXI-R Niajmuu. 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I-,I ., ' - IIIULQIRI I 1111. ' I"1-f I'. I. '..'0.' V I-..X..'X., l.:111Ic111. Yllccm, H R ll, V x 11 -- 1: ' . I K A . .li 6 N. - I 5, ' CH: i. IYI I" 'LIN ,I Q:-V ,I'I'2I Mg, cr cz ng, 111 -1- 1l1,U1111111 Q K 1 K . ' .'I-IRI ' A l..AA.. Iizml, IJIIIICIIII, Y-VI-OCIIS, l'111lleli11 Ikourd, ICI X P10 tl, 4Er" . .' - . Rn? . , . . I , . ,- . GAA., C Olll., .. Ill, - -- , -1', ., ' Q R? - I ' - Q .7Le 1955 eniorfi sunt' cutot. urns Runge Rockette. Homeroom Officer. Homeroom Progrgmi fifrllllll., Medical. I ga IOHX I.. YEA!-ER Football. Hi-Y. lnttzmiurztl Basketball. GRACI-Q A. YIEOSIAXS + , , fx 2 ff. ' ' B.. 1 I 1-io Homeroom Progrznii Comm.. lil . X. 5 bl l'Dl'l'H ICU' SOI 'NG Dex ilet te. IKEYERIA' NI. llllll-Il. G.A.,'t.. Library. WII.l.I.XM H. llrllfrll. 'l'raHit'. Properties, Baseball, Intrzunural Basketball, Hi-Y, Cafev f 4 "' ftef' xv j 5 N l ,ik 35 -exif! teria. M.XRll.YN li. ZININIICRINC. Cltorus. Hometooni l'l0gl'1llll Conim., lf.'li..'X.. Devotioiiztl Choir, ii 6 Studio. X. 'Z Qi l 'X . 5 .f t is 1' It was it year ol' tears. Some of tts went to parties, some of us went to games, some of us did both, and one of us lell Olll ol at window! During our lour years we touncl much thztt we will remember: the long marthes to Mellon that lrustratecl motorists, the rotten egg smell that left us all zrghast and slightly tizuisezttecl, tlte long struggle to earn our pins and guards. :intl many other memories. There is nntch that lies ahead, but there is tnuch that we will not soon forget. Carrol leietk :incl Bob Magolhn joined the senior class just in titne to hear Ninriatnne :incl Don compare notes on hospital experiences. 4 P X V. Bhb I DAN CLR5 HI-NIL .XLL ROVND KIDS Simmim Buds Kathy f-illll0lllSOS and and lim Short Pete Nh Ncish , BEST LOOKING j0Ann Mason and Bob Fish gf' 'A we - -gum KA 1 Aga, ' 2' WI I' I IHS lg lane Ionian mc fllhlddllh SI 1X lil' IHE BRXIXN 1111.111 lmldllhlj., liulmn kun .nu am X m Hill Bahuxk 54 g.,,,... Cl"lAliS'l COUPLE Hcutllcr l.0lll'CIllI and Preston Nidiurry innem 7 1 .Sl . ..R . .V .lr.IlrS Hilnhclh lirskinc :lm K cor! c Schocppncx Va 'Y Y I ,f ff' 3- a 0 - I- . .Q M9 .twxr 51051 SOPHlS'I'lCA'l'klD Sue GHIYHII and Ed Wright 13 K Ql'IIi'I'ES'l' Suv Lnshlm and Huh Nilillllillg 55 n,,,,. I 8'-, F . X A 9, W I A 6 '1 .,x-Q" 1 I I BESI' IDRlz5Sl'.ll Sandy Sham and l'clc Clzniicu MOS I' Al'Al.l1N'I'lilJ Bel h Prosser and Bob Tanner L3 uniom lftl"UiUQJ fAe Kwok!!! Mar lwcaf e ln going' lroin one extreme to the other one tan't overlook the tnitltlle, untl certainly the Class ol' 'Sli should not go unuotitetl. 'l'he hest years ol' lile are spent in high school. :incl the junior year Inovecl to he :it the top when it czune to hztving school spirit zintl lun. The 'Spirit ol Two" inexailetl at loothzill :incl basketball gzunes, track meets, and other school funetions, The juniors' biggest ino- inent tame at the end ol the school year when they received their class rings, lfroin then on. they were each "toll man on the totein pole-"Y 98? i 2' '64 1,7 ., Q Q , 3 ,ix 2 M lg W.. 1.4 ,,,., A 3531 ' P 5 ,"'J.-- -P -' fx. 4 :" xg., i .-,selxn 4'1f'T'5 - ursm 16 i ft' ' N ,HL Fi. l ,S 4, , 5 I llf2 MISS NEUMARKER FRONT ROXV: Sally XVilliain'4on, Dona I.ee Homer, Carolyn Ifleck. Czirol Crain, Nainfy Woocl, Rachel Miller. RON' 2: ,lainel limcllei, Bur- lmznzr llee, ,Ioan lfaiii'griexe, Sznimlizr Sis' son, Mairlelie illierrx, ,lo Spolxzuie. Nllllllll XVCSICII, ROM' fl: loin Kllll' nu-Il. Mike Oxerlioli, llill Neuinan. George Peoples. Boll flllllllCN. Ken Krugli, Dick Garrison. IBACK ROW? Toni Williznns, Bill Toth. Bob l.urrx. Reid liilligg, Ierrx Xilxiiigli. I 5, lf: .44 25' a + 5 56 Q' S 0' ' 00 7' , 4 , , Ou 5:- Qu 2 , V -K J Q., iv 'Y' 55 as -'if so ll-l MISS Mf.C,l.l Rl-, l'RON'l RON? Mgiix .Xiin llxiller. l'.ir K.ir:i.Su1x Lux, Xginu lolin-lon. .Xnn.i Marie hlalizo. ROW 1 lumix lnil- iiarrlx, Ann Arnold. I.inrl:i Price. Min' iorie May, Beth Iorclan. Xfznilxn Wiley ROM' 3i Clliiix Mgilone. ,loc Sulliian. Holi King. lion Hgiiicliex jeff Rucker. Wlniie Orr, Hiiziin Ilrik Loll, George Lester. ISXCQK ROW' Nick Czirdello. Neil Xlgiclloiixilil. Chuck lforcling, Rnwell l-miiilier. l'lril Wlilxli, Bob Mcl.L-iinzin, I ' ri ' ' E l fri ' ,J A l . ,, 7. "W 11 ,lv V xi! ,sol C, , 1.2.2 bf " D-, ,QQ V X 1 ,... .u ' -EA K vm , .A , A . T x QF 'T . X , X e I li K: u N 1, I Q -J ,: ,194 --F ' JI- .v- i 'E , " . f K L,-, ' bf 71, - 'C 11 V 5 -. l i-. v a v v lug- ll-3 MRS. l'l'Rl.ONC, FRONT RONV: Barbara Wexlel, we Fogcrly, 'finaly Crilclifielcl. Linn Keener, Marguerite Vegh. ROW 2' Mm' Missel, Beierly janeox. Km Koi- niel, Sandy Dobkin, jo Anne Lznilm. Donna Sica. ROW' 3: Leo Wilson. Dave Roth. Waller Bollinger. Rod Kerr, Bruce Cassidy. BACK ROW: jim Feuslel, Myron I-liclier, Rod Mun laugh, Felix Caste, Gus Sons. X Q 9, 's llf4 NIR. AI'AYl.OR FRONT ROY? lflainc xfiifllll. .-Xlilc Chelquikt. lniiic Lcxy. ,Xiiii Slcziiiix. " ,-1 Mary Pcnrllcioii. ROW 2: Cliiml -5 .. as XVrighI. lxllicr Clmxuii. Sain Iaim' S ' 'ip lluchheit, Pail Siulmci. Diane Igiiilicii' hcimcr, Nanci Lamln, Belle llilcli. RON' 3: Hfilly Sairiuels. Robert 'I':ilc. Ken Ruderr. Tom lzimplin. Bill Hall. Gerry Bushuzager, Kirk Hum, George Gcissler. Malcolm Fraser. BACK ROW: Pat Corrigan, I-rank Piiilgiix. john XYatLcrs, Carl Yolluvcin. Chuck Willingham, Bill BCIIIICII, Skip Wil- liams. Pl ' an .Y '9 1. I 'I J Q I ,,4v' Q U s if . . L r " W s . . . M ' S, 5111 " '5 iQ ' N' Nl N. iv nsmxs QQ! Vx Q ,il , , 'ost In I ...J ll-6 MISS FROBI-QSIL l-ROXI' ROW lumix llaiiiizi. Xliiiii Yuiqi. llnilmin Nimhiiiiiis, .lu .liiiir Wim-l.iiicl. liis Sllllkllll. llziiliaigi li-mix. loix lliiiiiilx. RON! 2 Nhigic Hull-. Liiulc Hiilw. Yiigiiim llciiilimrir, lxllvii uni I-mic. Ruse Nlxxlic' Pile: Sliiilcx llzilurli. liiclx lllllOll. ROW fl l..irrx Hunk, Hill lliiilcx. Nlislmi-l Inlcx. loliii Nc-llvek. lim fnlllllillll, lil XlllllQlll. Cnsuigi' liiliiiv. Iaink Ku-to IS XCR ROM" Bob O'NL'ul. llill Xkliiiicw. Cari WL-ixigci. Bula lumix, Inc llc himgiiiiii. lim lrcllm. lim lliii Luiiclx, -J? aa 1' S7 , , 1 ' 'W 1. a. v I A Yi 'O 9 V1 rim oo . Gr? N. .Xii JA' .f ll-Jr Nl l-'RON l XX x R i Coriiims Xaiiu IIS ini R xori. 1 ma i Siininiux ROM Hirst, ,lox 1 L' RON St iiair l Ildiuiliiiii lcl C iiii in R K1-iil, i 1 iilio llauc ii x puix. llgiiiziglii Rolmul Nliim Iliii klal ili Rlimic 3 t HW ,' K x' .6 .9 . f I Q". ll,H MRS. .VKIJANISON I'RON'I' ROW: Bathilda Ilanix. Ilottx I.u lont-s. Anne Iforrcstcr. Bmcrlx Iztnlillo, Christine Shocclcl. l,intl.t Rona. ROW 2: Sally Ilurncll. Sgtllx Wttrdcn. Ann Nlumztstcr, Carnlc luclrlkc, .Iutlx Pett-rs, I':tt Kitlncr. frI'C'IlllCIl XNVLIIIIIIJCIII. ROV' fl: Ilctsx Iicirllcr. Xztncx johnson. Ruth Niel- Nctr. Ilrmlr Ilunliar, .-Xl Itmnclt, Iohn Ilgthlr. .Xlgtn Rice, llvttx Nlxttlrzirr. Pcggx Sterling. 5liI'llll Iilztckrnntt, Ilorcrthx Clank. BACK RON' Ditk Ckilmm, lvrrx Ctovo, Dun Slzntglrvrr- htrupt. Chzrrlcx I-Ittrtwig. Irccl Wiolll. Karl Nltrtlru. Keith I't-rrwrn, Hurry I.ccth. .QE ll T NIISS SNIHXRX BNI ROXY: Czrrolxn lktrlw. l..nncl Imckltztrt. Iiclv Citzrnt, N:tntlr.t kctk. ltnlx Clritlcxtcr. Nlxtrgrc lximlnc-t. Nitin giutltcint. loxin Stack. ROW J rlit-rtgt Ikmlitclli. I.intl4t 1.14-ct. Illen . V . 'ut Iirc-zulu. Ctnfrl xlfltlxflll. Ynru lining. Cttil Slricltlx ROM 1 Itrni I.ttNIotta. Don Rctllingcr. Bula Xltt-r. Hugh Ifoulcr. link licullc, Bull me Hong. liutkx XS'.trr:,crrr1tr1, ISXCK ROXY: Carl Cottxtlrzrll. Stem mntlcr, Ilztxc Rtitlt. Igtrrx Iplx, Rm Xlulhtt. Iiltncr Ilvztttlxliztll. Iloh XXI-rtlcl, I I -9 NIR. GILBERT I'RON'Ii ROYY: Iottrtlzrn Ilattcx. Nlzrlgit- Ihitlringcr. ,Indy Hull, Nunn Cinn- L-ron, Clzrrc I-tink. Rmc Nlgnic Blonztr. ROW 2: Shirlcx Cznnphcll, jackie luhoxuki, Kathy Knuch. IJ4-horalr Smith. Carlotta Yztn Yin. Nlarilyn Docgc. ROXY 3: Ilill Rankin. john Suzntlwcltlcr. Ilill Swain. Iitl Clmlmctt. liill Retterrwztltl. lcd Hvtrclcrxtiri, Run 5quiller. BACK ROW: Charles Smith. Atrlrrvy Slater, john Sirnpson, Roland Yeo. Bill Irvin, Paul Wagner, 1 1 I' , If ' ' 1 Z 1 y- 'Q' 4 1lf111X11Ns11-.XHON H 'A' 1 6 2 1-R051 R011 11.1111.11.1 1111-1111-. 1 1 ' f 1 - .VI .' ' N1111g11- 11111111-. S11c R1111, 51l1' 11N11. " 1 3,1 111311 1-21111. 1111.1 11.11 1111111111-1. 111111111 Y -I a , ' -- , , .ov 11111111111 ROW 2, 1.1111-1 X111l1l1. - 1 1 1'.11'L1l11Jl' 1.Kl111lI. 111111- .xl1111111. X1.l11 , . 1111011 1Q1.1111141l1. 1-.11c1-11 1.lI111lllIlIl1. 151111111111 Ki11111111. 1'.lI 1.1111111-. 11111111111 11-1111IiI11N. 111111 11- 111111 111 111111. 111,11 5 1133 Y' 1 0 R111l1C1. 1111111 R1111. 11111 11111IlN. 11111 , ' -11 G 9 111-1-11. 1.41110 121111-111111. 1111111 1.11111-1. V 11 11.11.11 RUXY: 1,.1ll1 1-xC11N. 111111 1g11111. W.-f 'vkk ' N111111111 .X11111-111111. 111111 Ihiggx, 111111 fm HLl1l1I1Q11JIl. 11-111 NI111111 J Z 4' " 1 . 1 4 S, '7 1112 Xl1sS11ll11N1.Sll-1 1-ROXI RUM' 111-111 1.11111 X1.111 141111- 110911. 11111111- 111-1111-1. 111-11-11 111.l1l111LI11. N11-1111.111i1- 511111. 11.llIl1'l 1111111111x1111. X11111111- N1.11111-1. ROW I 1'1.1111g11.1 1.111-111-11-1 111111 1711111 N11' 1111.111.1 X111111. 111111l1- 111.1111-1, 111111 1111111k1-. I11-111- 111111.11111 111 R1111'1 RON fl 11.11111 X1.111l1l. 1.11111111 1111111. 1..1111l Rl1111'l1. 1x11 11lIl1'N, 5lI1' 11.111111x 111.-In 11L'111l1' 11. 111.111 XX1111111. 1.11111111 N11I, 11111111111 R111111111111. 11.111 1'.l11L'11. 11111111-N 1111111 11.1111 RON' R.11111111 1'1Pl1Nl'. 11.111- 11-1111. 11.111 11'11k111s. 111111 X1ClNll1!CI, 1.1111 xx1b1l111l111.11111 1'1'111. c.1lQ11 11-1 S1111-111. 11116. 11111 1.111111-1111.1l11. 1.11 41-mat: i l . 1 , A NL 1, ., , -va 11.7 Q . v 1 1 11 ,XD ' if -.... ,s Q . - . O Q as ... '1111.lN - JN1' V: N1111 Oakes, 11111111 1111111. XIg11g111-1'i11- 11111111g11-11. X111111z1 121111-111111. 1:1111-I 111l11L'1. RON' 2: 111-11111141 111- Yilliug. 1111111111- R1111111s1111, 11111111 1111111111-1. 1.1111- .11111-1111:111, 1-.Iila1111-111 1111111-11. 1111111 811111111-1. 111111 S11111111. 1111111- 1 111ll111l111'1. R011 .12 ,11lllll'N H111111, 11111 N141111-111111. 11111111111 .X11L'llll. 111111- 1-1111 111111-11-11 11.11.11 1 ROXNY Ri1111 111111111-N, 1111111 Nl1'll1'l1. 11111111111 1111411111111 11111 1111111111111. 14- Ol 1 ll-I4 NIR. STANISH FRONT ROW: Barhara Cliixella, Ginger Taylor, Barbara Lathznn, Phyl- lis Bell, Dawn Starr, Toni Atrizx, Betty Ketchtnn. Diane Clark. ROW 2: B111- hara Hzirclie, Paula l'attc1'st111. lane Bariiartl, lillen Ashton, Ann Clreciilec. l'1li'ZlIlOl' Qlolinson, Kathleen KlllllCl'. lflllllllfflll Nash. RON' 3: Bill Beck. yliin Curl. Boh l.e11 is. Al Btuluy ich. iihzirlcs Cassidy, Dick Holliday, Elini clOllllCI'. BACK ROXY: -locl Rosen- helg. Ecl lfitzgeralrl. Charles Rcinhoh. Buh XN'iIliz11114, Ralph Bosetti. W? 47 .,. v ...Ji I 3 'Q' if 4 .Q ll-13 XIRS. NIORCLXN l-RONI ROXY: f.liliOl Nlllllbflll. 11.111 IEULICI, Peggx Hall. Itnly Ienltina 4 Ruye111,11y C1:1l1c11. C,:1111l .Xllilf'lNlJll. Baihaia frflill. ROV' 2 K,.1111l fain- non. Cfictclicii C-1i1111n. lntly Ncltli. ary Belle Rt-mick, lliana l.y111l1. yctnaiy ISICII. l-.lin Voigt. Bunny 111111, ROW Si wlicltlun l'i1llxEl. 'loin Ollli, Bill Rcllcht-r. l'cte Rrmptntk. Dick YVhile. Geolliex I.111l. Bill Sthac- tei. BXCK ROXY: IJOII Rollinx. lJ.tlt' Hallain, Bill Hullingin. llK'IlN Rcntrrli. Bill l.mett. l.1111y Xlllllll. -S ' - VIPNIORS MISSING I-'ROM HONII-IROONI l'lCI'l'Rl1S FRONT ROW: Carolyne Elder. ll-ll: Betsy l'o1neroy, ll-3: Nancy' Nlcfiratli. ll-9: janet Grifhth, ll-3: Ann Greer ll-lfl: Nancy Nichols, ll-l0. BACK ROW: Heatior Cannon, ll-3: 'lay Eclxvaicls, ll-ll: Sandra Hjortslmcrg. ll-31 Susan Beil, ll-45 Norman l-tm, ll-4: Lynn Geyer, ll'3. 36. lv SOFA Olffl Ol" 5 nflzufiiadficaffy ligzlformeolv WL ca anon 'Y .J XYith typical enthusizisin the yophoinorey urine arinecl :intl ieacly to "storm the Bastille." By' the cncl ol the year they' haul yteppetl ti little closer to inzrturity and realived there was inuth to learn. as 4, 10-l MISS SMITH FRONT ROXY: .lane Iizistnn, .loan Hill, Pnnlft lfry'. Sylvia filllxl'NUll, Sut- Williznns, Connie Scogginw, Nlzrry Prine. 'Indy' l.ew.iw. RON' 2: Nlzirgic Bartho- l0w. ylutly' Gehhartlt, Nlziurecn Nlgflom-. Sallie Parry. Kitty Nlcliee, Chiixtinc Bxilzuh, Barharxl I'liiluntlcr. Peggy friggs. ROV' 3: llalyitl Doyle. john Beniuinin. Bill Nliilzirlxey, loin lllll' yliurcy, Art Wulll, Bill Daiyitlyon. Wil' son Holef. jim Nldiichael. BACR ROXV: Tom Leila. Boh Trocarno. Ron Weis. jim Hnyk, Tom Nlcflmy, JW .L 0 I U 4? 3, lx it! , as 100' fl thi., ff? 4 4 pa ,yi llh-2 NIR, XN'llll'liliY I-RONT ROXY: llincly Xlrliniglit. learn luliiiytmi, ,login King. ylmepliiiit' W.il- ICI, Xlzult-nt' lhitggiiielli. Uiiolt' Niinniy. sumti Ytrlgl. ROW 2 Pat llgittitgnuli. lhilrim ligukult. finial Xlilhiyci, Ixine Stgiikt-x. Yiitginia Acteltzi. Climly 2 . . ' . ', , 1 UL ROW Il llnh hmluiii. Ritlminl Clem- rltlI.i. Xl lhlalm, Cmirlnii Ritter. Biigrn llgrukniglit. lion Imiylci. Inn Xltkil- innni. ISUR RUN Xntliciy Curin- .n min. . ik llciimiel. IJ.ry11l Xlnw. Rongiltl Burner, R. .X, Nlgillmy. 7+ ltl-I MISS LROYP. l'ROX'l' RUXY: Plilli L11-gmx. lx f , .ftf " X ff ff ,, Q6 s llll' Nici-iimii. Nixiiy .I:imi' g, " ' 'x glucly lk-Lkcll, Sillllilil Nlilici. Plillill Phelps. Hciiic Albo, ROW2: Niziuiccii H ,, I' Smith, Pill Nluwcliipk. Sonia KCHlCjllk. 6 T' 0 .3 linda Cmigu, Arluuc link. Siincliui , r 8 Bukaiii, Ciziiol Piper. Clgiml Rziimuuul. H' f ROM' fi: bcuigc Nimsligili. Sxmdx 'f ' llclnpscx. Ilgisiml Nlcllminilml, limiilic 1 3 Robison, liill Smclci. ,Inc c.LlllICillIJL'. I V Dun Dzuix, Nlxilrulm llmmling, ILXCK 3' ,S XY ROW: limi Smilli. ,Incl llcilmc Dick iiiillllll. Dick Xkbstu ua,-,lininix 'tixi S lil g n O'IJ0m1cll.xH4311'L,ulris!u,iq,?1ul1k.Xi x J J S my f,. if ii u. - xS if . 1 ky f 'IQ 'L v K V 7 ,I 1 I ,I - 4 :rf X , ff, ,. I' 'N , ff V.- ' ' Y 1' I Jr, A f ff ' Y' Il -f f ',-. f ff? fifff 1" ,- I '-' 1- 'I .ff,, I 1 -7 X1lxslSI'f.R f JNI ROW' lnix I guiiiimii. lrmrim- AiliCI. Cziiiiillzi Simms. Xluihc Rlilifvil. ligiibzim Iiwhlci. Xiigiiim I'm-icll. Jinx Nlngulci, ROW L Cuiaiim iiilmiici. Cgiml I.iuiviiLc. lmlx 'ixilcm XIAIQIC Slilllllllldll. l4.i1?nii.i gixxmi. lgimcc i'l-llllix Imiii Xlmlxucii. XS' ii Ridiuiii Ivmix. Rimimicl wiiciiigiii. lick ki.i1iw.f!i.i1iw Run- ci, Noiiimii NI.iii1i4fiic. lwiiii Rmxl. lS.XC.K RUNS' Rltihllli Simi:-, lfriiii uiiii. billwil Millvi. llgiximi Rc-ul liaiiik Ciliimic, M17 ici. X 'lp ,- -Q -- 19:13 111 5 YJ JNI ROV A ii ici ii N mm n ii up 1 L 1 X Ili' . 4 . " 0 . 1 1 - . Siu' uk:-1. 1 ' nu , c f N , XY fi' ' , ' ' . ' Kimi. A . . .1 ' . ' ll 'Q R, 1 cr' . . V -mli . - ' ,UN '. ' 'ii an ' fm ' , im 1'il.idumoc, ,ohm Rlili, gm. wa .44 31 N1 .11 6 . P F Q 1l1l1XIR 1111111 IRUXI R011 111.111 11111111111 11.1111- 1111 I 11111'11, 11111 11,111 I1C11.1x1l1N111ll11 11.1111'111' XI.l,1l'11.lI1. I-1'1.11111111' 111111111 Il111111111 1.1qg.11I. R011 2' 111 .11111 1'11111.111111. N11111 111111. I11111.1 51111101 IAIIII. 11111111 XI11lu1, C11.11111111- HL'l11lQ X R11 N vs 4 111111111 l.1111'. 111111' 1111111-. 1,L'I11NC 11111 X.ll1lX CI111111111. R011'3i 111111 .XI111-11 11111, X1111111111 C111'1'111'. 11-11 81111111- 1J1111gI.1'- IIINN. XI111111.1l1 111.111, 11111 X1-111111, 15.1111 RUXY' .X1.111 N111'1111'11 1111111' C111111.111. IJQ111- 1-111g1'1g1111. 1111 111.111w. I f 'x 1X1 KN 1 KL I1 N 1111 I1 111 , . , llll. .1, '111111 . 1. X 11, 1 ' , 1-1- 1 if . ll 1 1 . Ill' 01, , .1 ' 11111 1' . . ' 1' 1 11111 . 11' I 1 1.'- 111 - . N III ' . 1 z 1 ' 1 . 211' .1 1 ' '. . A . 11 111111. 11.11111 R ' 11111 '11 11'-' , 11 I1 Ross, X111- L , 1111 , "1 '1 N .Xllix '. L11 -A ' 111-S MISS WHINNI1. 1RON I' R011'i 1.111111 111111111111111 1'1-gp 1111-113 .11111 K111111111. 1111111- N111 11-1. 8.111111 XI.lL11l1l. l1.1111.11.1 1111111111111 Q 1 i xv E 1.1 Nlll' R1'111-1111.111. R011 2. 11.111 .X11111'1 11111, fnLllI 11L'IL:11l1II, lI1'11'111' 1:11111 1111111 f:1'l'Nt'111.111. 1111111 Nl.1qI1-. 11.111 f..l1I1'I. IJ111111.1 11111I11111q11.1111. 5L'l1'11.l 1'1-1111I1111111, 11111111 NIIIIIJIIX R011 fi 1 11lllil' L11111111, 1111111 1-1111111. 1111111 XY.1111111. 11111 .1111-11, ,XII 11111111-. 11111 R11x1111'. 11111. 111111. 11'if NI11I111, 111111 N1111111x1111. 1111- NI11'11. 111111 11111-1111 I1,t1c.Ix R011 1,111 X1.1lg11'11. 1.1.1111 11I.llNL'. I11111- R11-111-1. 1111111 11411111111 111111 811111-1. I-.11 11.111111.111. 111111 15l11l'11L11. 111111 f..iI1lLl11.1ll, l ALA s pa A ONI RON 'I Cowan, lumix Src slum 5Z1llCllL Rambo, AICZIIICUC ulos I Holtz, Pans' Han. N ' sC nun FIZIIIC Clnllins. ns 4 Alxnasy, Lon- 1 1 Bc mg Malice, lion' H ku ' Kllll I'lLI'l'lll1lllll, Clxnnl ILXLHNUII XX 3 Xllll'lilN Iluxix. lllllS 1 ns xicl l 1 1 ll UNNIII Sllllllllll Yul- cu NN I nv xl0SlxUlXlll. n ll ,Slew Hutton. n Hczlgx. I .x 10-fl DR, IJPQNIBOXY l'RON'I' RUXV. Cllgnuila Nlmxrl fznnlm' llaxlcr. Nunn Knklxlncl. Nlxlnga Nrnnll Rita flllllllllllx Klanul xucvxn. llnnnuc RlClllil'LlN, Kan Cgnwn. RUN J XI.nx In lunnnnll. l'Lil Xlnllunznlcl. xllflll'.l lmcpll. Mimi Hannncr. Dottie fnllll- land. Rau XIUIIUII. l.inclz1 Hanlx. Xlalx Lou Powell. lancl .XLlxCllllCll. RON 3' Donald Kimcx, Teal Ilrunn. Boll Broun, Bob Lang, Paul Niarrin. Unk Anderson. BACK ROW: Hola Dmcx, Bruce Callahan. jack Karcher. Dun Haller, 1 Al fy :,Z", 's AV n 'cf Ill-ll NIR. I..-XNIPRIN XKON line: Toplilf. Nlarv lillcn Kcnncclx Inclx Xhigln, Clxnlhizl Blllllllil. RON Z Bull C-utlnulgc. Colkx Lux, Xn' ginin Dick. Inrlic C-rccn. ,lnmlx Rmlun Nlnlgarc-I BIOXXII. Iiolr Cullen. RON fl' Al Ill Salxio, SllCl'lllllll IlllCNllillC lim Palm, lwank Nlahnn, Ran Klicqcl llunalnl llrcicr. 'lcd llculncx. Il.XC.l4 ROXY l'1QllJ lllillllglll, loc 5llIlllll lc-:lx Nlcxcx. Rinhaml llullnn. R.n Bnnucll, Bill Carroll. N -ROYI' ROW: Nanny Slzxllorcl. Lum- 7 'fl fs 1 -'19 4? 1"" 1 '. 'QU' Q 9- ltlrlfi NIR. lSl",ClKliR1 1-RON1 ROXV: KQ111-11 .X1111c1s1111. A 9 .n'Mh ,gg X1Lll1liIl 1'.11J0lllL'. 51111111 1111111-x, ,Xlll1lL'Y x1C11llllIl, l'111 111111. ROKR' 2: 5101111011 11L'1Ql41l. 111-1111 .X1J1llll1. 112111111111 frfllll' 111-1. 111111 11l'L!l1l1L'l, lltlllllll 1i1k11-111. llc1111ix Nlz1l1111L'y. kl1Ill I1111c1'uis11. ROW 3: 151111 SI11111111, ,lO1lll l'1'1:li11s11, 1311111 Slll1Cl, 151111 Sl1'1x'z11'I, 131111 1i1'1'ui1111. N1111111111 ffP1Cllll1lll, 1'1'1111k Nl1111x. Nllllk S11iN1111k. N111' 1391 l,ci111 ISXCLR ROW. 1'11lllCl' R S4110 111111 11111611 R111 f.1111111"1 V1: '11f XI111111 131111 lC11u:1111x, 111111 1 J HQ - ' ,J ,Q -1 S10 ,s 'fy .fi 111-I! X1R.K1INl: 11RO'XI ROW: KC111l 145111. 1,111111' 1x'111lLilllN. 11111131114 R111111111111, 15111 l'411k. 11111111 Xlillcl. l711k 11lJNk1Il. ROKX I 1111111 5IJLiIlUXx. 111111-l H1111- 111111N1-1. N111'11111 NIa1N11:1ll. XI.11x 11111 Ilcclu, Sue lIlll11iIl. 4111111 Nlnlmilc. CQ11111k X11C,c-1111 ROW T1 l1Ill O111c, ,gl ll 14111 X11 Q". N1l'1lCl. llxuc Oxxvm. frlllX 11111111111N1. IJ11k C,111l11111s. link 11L11l- ll 11k. 111111 l111111x1111. ISXCK RON 151111 R1'1111x. 111111 C111N11k. 151111 S1111111. 111111 5lll1l11. Xcuton fnLlli1IlL'l. al" QC l G 1. ,," ' fb J .41 v gg 141-11 XIISN 111:81 111' 1'RON1 RON' N011 K,11111x1111. 1'1llI' 1'111c R1-N11i1k. k1l1ll1tl' 1'1111Ixc11, 111lI1I2illl l-111-11. R11z1 c1lQl11t'I1, K-4111 X111L'1N RON 2 1'1i111 N1c1c'11ig. l.i11i1111 NYUII- ll1.II1. l'.11 111111. B11111111- 5l1lllN1L'l. N1111111111' 1'.11111111. 111111 1.111112 8111111111 XN'.11g111'1. H1111 xY111lt'1lIlN, 111111 H1111111' ROW I4 lllll 1'11c1111l. l111l 111xm11. 1'lL'l1 S1'.11111111x, llllk 1,11c1. 11111111111 1x.lll1lI.lll. Rngu Nx11g.111. 111111 1511111 lcx ISXLR ROW: 111111k 111bCll1JLll1lC'l. 111111 l111l111c-. Illll xIl11, NI.11li11 Suk. 11111 lic-1, 1 ,, Wat H ' -4 .X3 .rl v 7 A I0-I6 MR. l',-XC,NANl'lI.l.l l'RON'l' ROYY: Gretchen Ditlseison. joan jackson, Kzneu Collins, Rhontlzi Mtilfoos, Bernatletle Yisotlay. juch Blau. ROW 2: Kay Dengler, Patsy Rohm, Beth M'right. Mznie Cicco. Sue Brower, Carolyn Dxnies, juclx Plei- ther. Sheila Mulxihill. ROM' fl: Dick Wolf, Clsirlton POII, Mithaiel McMahon, lfrrnils liznizxtt, jan Owen. bleu Ban' ton, Boh Scott, llaivicl Holmes, Cn-ne Beetlle. BACK ROW: joe Clinnni. fit-oige Roheck, Herman Kreuzci. Ritharcl Lioou, Iimlwznd Dougherty. Richzml Christ, john 'l'urnhull. -.L rftnfim Wagga MQ r- N - ' 7 Q t I L--l any 7' 5'-gs O fill 4 8 lil-15 MISS SKIZRIOTIE l'RON'f ROXY: flalhk Lxnth. Xuleiie Snee, joyte Pouell, Sandia Ht-net. Noimzi jean Snhoen, RON' 2, Nzincx Kankallzi. janet Potters. Cloiuelia lui' holf. Sallx Hule, june Phillips, Lgnole Nexille, Sxlxiu Mulling. ROW 'S john Yan Yoist. Pied Mycis. Rustx I-Ullllllll. Stott Ogden, Yic Hill. Ran Pierson, jim Mark, Philip Du l-resue. B.'XCK ROXY: Paul O'C.onnoi', l-ltl Depp, :john Itiznue, Hersh Clnistmzni. Rinhznci Dent. john Biunlt. N, UQ C33 UC ai. 4 4 SOPHOMORES MISSING FROM HOMEROOM I'ICL'Iil'RiQs FRONT ROXV: Linda Hofmann, Ill-I: Kznieu BCIII. l0-l: Mary Ellen Mtlzl- roy, I0-91 Peggy Galley. 10-l-li Linn Hodges, I0-15: Carol Bohn. l0-2: Beth Swearingen, l0-12. BACK Rcjxylf Chuck Zixic, I0-5: Burl Clonlex, IU-5: Xfarren Saunders, I0-15: Pete Neuse, IUVI5: john Glasgow, l0-ll: jolm Mayer, 10-93 Bill Brashares. I0-9: Claude Rhen, 10-73 Dennis kusun, 10-12. ,gil JQGJOFLI5 4 i K y - . X1 I XW ., Y i Q .xt J g .5 of S ff J 95110 249 M' 'G M' Neff f Z hmm , ,A , W,yWzf2?-ff' f ' ff,,g,a11A,5,,,., -- , ,gmfm,, . X, 'av ' x . 1 K I -G' ,rg gr' -LJLQ 8 N '!.0.s1v. . " ' 1 4 . c PQ t QQ g. Liz QU.. Five cents, ten cents, lilty cents, a dollar, All kids from Mt. Lebanon, stand up and holler!! The year "kicked off" with football and our first XVPIAL victory since l950. The Blue Devil returned to the spotlight with two assistants and spiced those games with her antics despite the insullerable cold. However. this was no obstacle to the famous bunny that sprinted downfield, obviously' keeping in condition for cross country. Before, during, and alter the games, the football managers, D. Smith. 'II Smith, Carnahan, Con- ley, Mullen, Kappert, and Ferguson, kept on the job. At the final home game, the annual "Senior Recognition" was observed while the girls of '55 could be spotted by' their "Red and XVhite" corsages. Basketball "bounced in" in December and we jammed the gym to give the cheerleaders and the team our loyal support. Track, baseball, golf, and tennis drew our at- tention in the spring and thus another year of Blue and Gold sports activity came to a close. ll 155-il' flisi' 22, v ' K' 2 43511133 i?,:L"'U 3'x3f'3? 'L 35:35 E?55g'gH'a - . 'j' 'si li L4 ,V r xiii? Safari? 3' at 2133-3555? :ata 7cg'?T 3 -S Scania' 'Sheikh' Missile- 23?-w F. Aff' FOOTBALL VARSITY l'anick. ROW 3: Cusick, Hartwig, Babcock, Myers, Kar- VRONT ROWI Fillgefald, While. Grady. KSUSCF, COT- lovitz, Hasley. Kelleher, Love, Beerv. BACK ROYV: Ylgllll, Mlllfff, Kraft, HHHCMY- Row 2? MCNCiSh. Ken- Wangeman, Elder, Walker, Drayne, Patterson, Graham, ning, Albright, McLain, Short, McMurry, Thomas, Beck. Dgnahue, Sfanning, Murray'- floofiaf Mt. Lebanon finished the 1954 season with a record of hve victories and four defeats. The Mounties, under Coach Ralph Fife, won exhibition games from Centerville, Perry, and South Hills before going on to face stiffer AA competition. The Blue Devils won their hrst league game since 1950 when they downed Penn 40-l-1. The boys were really 'up' for this game and they shook McMurry loose for hve touch- down runs, none of them less than forty yards. The following week's encounter was a definite letdown as the Mounties were eliminated from the YN'.P.I.A.L. race by XVashington. After drop- ping a close heart-breaking contest to XYilkins- burg, in which Short was injured and the Blue Devils led in everything but scoring, the Blue and Gold lost games to Uniontown by a close score and to a rugged Butler eleven. The Senior Recognition ceremony honoring the players of the Class of l955 was the highlight of the Butler game. ln the seasonslinale, Mt. Lebo swamped XVestview in what might have'been a preview of next year's team. Senior backfield men were Drayne. Murray. Short, Myers, Panick, Thomas, and Mclilurry, voted the most valuable player. Senior linemen who will be sorely missed next season were McLain. McNeish, Karlovitz, Love, Horsman, Hasley, Manning, Babcock, Elder, and Baker. Underclassmen who will be the core of next year's team were XValker, Kelleher, Beery, Kraft, Hartwig, Miller, Graham, Grady, Fitzgerald, Patterson, Albright, Donahue, Hanchey, Cusick, Kenning, and many others. Some of the 1954 season's highlights were the running of Mchlurry, who tallied nineteen touchdowns and sparked the Blue Devil ollense throughout the season, the line-play of McLain on both offense and defense, the punt returning of Short, the pass receiving of XX'alker, and the hue ball handling of Drayne. Coached by Mr. Lamprinakos and Mr. Bern- hardy, the junior varsity, green and inexperi- enced at the season's start, had a record of one win and one tie in eight games. All the losses were by narrow margins and the boys gained valuable experience which will make tlienrgood prospects for next year's team. YA RSITY SCHEDULE Nlt. .................... Centerville 6 Mt. ...,..................... Perry 20 Mt. South Hills 0 'Mt ...,. Penn I4 'Mt . . . Washington 25 'Mt ... Wilkinsburg 21 'Mt ' Uniontown I4 'ML L. Butler S2 'Mt ................ Westview l3 League gam T fx xg Qu fvik Y 1 S+, , C0l XIIRCIOK kNNISlH lhe LOILIILS llllLllllX much the Blue Deuls Nheu gum valuable xaxclxge NILXIUIIN IIICilxS max fOI .1 touchdown ul xx do 1 Ill dLll0Il 'HEY-,. ,x ,7 , 4 1 Q. ,fxfi Q vc: +5 iff' -' gf' , -.7 ' -7 , 5 r YQ, ll H ,ds S. D7 -3 I I... gs i 1' ' A f' Q - ' '1 'VW H1 fax, g""1"" uri-1 ,gg -E51 'Jax 9 Wm xr '1 'Pr f.. LLL' - , A -In l .R ."'Lg,. .AL ,, Yiwu X A .154 '- uf ,:...'V . .- 1 - X' -.w4.4..L . ,Ag-" - 1. ,"" ' . , A -.. me 4 -Q. I 452' eg' in L if ' . 11394 f ,if af? R 4...w1aw, '1 'Q gvug . 'f 1 1 mfg .vet 4 ev ff,-1-:fe if C - -f : ' 4 - 1 ' WAP -.1 CROSS COLTNTRY jl'NIOR VARSITY l4RON'l' ROW: I'rt-Iioso, Slocum, Sutter, Dupuis, Thorn- ton, Zisic. BACK ROW: 'Coach Mollenauer, Anderson. Wcisiger, Accetta, Henderson, Riordan, Mahon, Mgr. Pinkns. Don Davis crosses the nnish line Hrst-as usual. john Seymour was a strong and consistent runner. Dick Anderson and Cary XVeisiger were co-champions at the XV.P,I.A.I. jV Championship Meet. Mt. I.ebanon's first five at the W,P.I.A.l., Meet were 4l'il'0IlU Seymour, Teinplin, qllacku Davis, Berwimi. and Niasterson, f 1 -:ll v:IlulIllIl"l -Q-T: I , v-,u . ,... -,"'f': Q xl' I fd: 1 -IOL ll 1. ,Ya-I ta , I at 's, maa ounfry YA RSITY SCHliDL'l.li Mt, L. Opponent Canonshurg .... . . . 15 40 Penn ...,.,..... . , . l5 40 Central Catholic , . . . . 34 21 Connellsvillc .... ,.. 2l 34 Amhridge ,........... . . . 32 23 New Castle ......,...... ... 3l 24 Central Catholic Nieet . . . . . . 6th place Aliquippa ............, ... 32 23 8th place only 1 entry ' 2nd place A.A.L. . ... XV.P.I.A.L. ... ... P.I.A.A. ,,. ... Bill Niasterson, next year's captain, was our only repre- sentative at the P.I.A.A. Meet. Carl Templin was a dependable Mounty harrier. Bob Bcrwind was an outstanding sophomore runner. ,LJ I , . ' 'uw' I A n""' ll-'rontp Dupuis, Prezioso, qBackj Anderson, Henderson, . in and Weisiger brought the W.P.l.A.L. jV crown to Mt. Dwyin. ii, Lebanon. ,if ' 1,1 J, ,J v" Q. yi A um" 0. V! . ' f - ww' ' 1 . N ' ' if ,Mk , N A -A is: l I x - . - A601 wanaunsum ....X - X an wfswrrp 3 if ran, X f l. :za If 'fQg. 1 Qgf, , , 4 ' l ix A - T31 sn' f - -4... 3 .Q , J--H - mr- M ' -.,.a g . hi SCH0l'll'PNER SMITH HUMPHREYS M.-'lR'I'Z .1 5 I'I'QKRE'l"l' BERRY garfefgaf l.ong hours ol harcl work and practice proved to be the right formula as the Mounty H355 basketball team finished second in the XY.l'.l.,X.l,. Section 4 standings, their highest rating since ISHT. Coachecl by Mr. Clark, the team compiled a record ol' I2 wins and T losses, with only 2 section cleleats, both by XYashington. During the exhibition games, seniors George Sc-hoepp' ner and Art Humphreys, juniors John Reid and Jim Beery, and sophomore Bill Roscoe earned positions in the starting lineup. Other squad members were Pete NIeNeish, Dare Marti, Cal Smith, llohn Sterrett, Bob Alter, and Fritz Xl'alker. The Blue and Cold wcm ox er Avalon and South Hills but lost to lVilkinsburg, Shaler. Clralton, Meliees Rocks, and Stowe in exhibition games. In section games, the Mounties boasted double wins over lY1lfIlCSlJlll'g, Canons- burg, Burgettstown, 'l'rinity, and Dormont but failed to stop Hlashington, the section champions, in either game. Among the highlights of the season was the hrst game with Dormont at home. Bit. Lebanon won a "sudden death" Contest 72-T0 in the seccmcl oxertime with two lree throws by George Schoeppner. Another thriller was the first game with XYaync-sburg which the Mounties won SS!-42. In this game the boys said, "I.et George do itz" he did, with 55 points. a new school recorcl. At the end of the season, he was xotecl most xaluable player lor the second straight year. The junior varsity coached by Nlr. Stanish ended a fine season with l2 xictories and T defeats. Although they played good ball all season. the most exciting games were the 48--ll win ox er XVashi!rgton and the 57-51 over- time loss to Dormont. Sophouvires 'loin Cusick, Bill Malarkey, and Butch 'Iiruesdalc. among others ol the squad, will be valuable additions to next f.ear's varsity. 78 ,...1... 4 -ai gg. ,, . .- 1 --LJ gm-,I LE! V 3-tgfxi A4 ' 5 T -7, ... .,-i,-. +-i..... L MCNEISH "1" 4.. ALTER WALKER REID ROSCOE X'ARSI'I'Y SCHPQDIII-I Exhibition Mt. l.. .... ... Nil. I.. .... ... Nh. L. .... ... Mt. L. .... ... Sit. I.. .... ... Mt. L. .... ... Mt. I.. ..,. ... XII. L. 89 .,,.,. 42 NIL. I.. 41 ...... 75 Nil. L. 67 ,..... 62 NIL. L. 74 ...... 55 NIL I.. 61 ...... 38 Vt. L. 72 , T0 '19 35 ..... 50 -14. .. 48 72. ,. 43 51. . . 37 49 ..... 48 61... 47 60 ..... IV.I'.I.A.I.. Waynesburg Washington Canonshurg Burgcttslown Trinity Dormont South Hills ... Wilkinsburg . . Crafton Stowe Mclfiees Rocks 48 ,,.... 6-1 Mt. 1. 83 ...... 44 Mt. L 56 ...... 67 Mt. L .. . . .. Avalon Shaler 40 ...... 69 Mt. L 49 ...... 80 Mt. L 51 . ,.,,, 58 Mt. L BASKIi'I'BALL JUNIOR VARSITY Q Garlitz. Coach Stanish, Katzman, Truesdale, Hartwig, Cusick. Wolff, Fuss, Murtaugh, Malarkey, Westwood, Robinson, Wilson. 11 if - 49' L nb .- I . x is-Q in v 5.1-r ,X T .Serv ref' Knipe gels the distance medley relay lean! Off U, 3 gogd Sparrow, Ilerlin, and Magoon gi've Mt Lebanon a clean swee in the ll.1',I.A.L. low hurdles. start, e ' P Hickory .,...... Central Catholic ,... Central Catholic Relays ......., Penn .........,. 'I'ri-State Coaches Meet ......... Shaler ....,..... Washington and Dorrnont ...., Mansfield Relays 1100 schoolsy .. Allderdice ..... Penn ........... W.P.I.A.I.. Relays Y.'XRSI'I'l' SCHEIJIQLIQ Indoor Mt. I.. Opponent 73 8 665 ZZLQ 54 29 V - - - 7393 35lf:i 39 fist placey 29 Mltoonai Outdoor n 83 H 78yQ 5595 lXVashingt0ny 2721, lllormontp 47th place tie with Cleveland 31 hast '1'ec 11.3 Sm 331: . . . . 81 16 ... 31 llst place, 2122 rClairtony 9711, 2911, Mclieesport .... llashington Inv. A16 tlst placel 3655 tC:irrick+ Baldwin ........ 951g 2255 Allegheny County' Ind. Dist. .... 592g rlstplacey 519g rClairtonr W.P.I.A.L. Championship SGIQ rlst place, 321522 cClairtonl Peabody' ........ . 92 26 P.I.A.A. Meet ... . 11 to help District VII win. rx 1123221 ff?7fffTf""""g 1 1- V pu' l"dC This year, Mt. Lebanon won the Tri-State Coaches' Meet, the biggest and IHOSI competitive indoor meet, for the third straight year. Aiding greatly' in this victory' were the distance medley' relay' team of Knipe, Denman. Lyle, and Crawford, and the mile relay' team ol' Rhen, Myers, Giordano, and Karlovitz. Both teams set new records ol 12:38.-1 and 3136.5 respectively. Outstanding individuals throughout the indoor season were c'o-cap- tains Bob Sparrow and Chet Berlin. Bob starred in the high and the low hurdles, while Chet starred in the high hurdles and the fifty' yard dash. This y'ear's team bettered last y'ear's in every instance except the Mansfield Relays. lX'e dropped from third to seventh in this meet, but we won the main meets in this area, namely' the lVashington Invitational, the ll'.1'.1.A.I,. Relays, the .-Xllegheny' Independent Districts, and the lV.l'.l.A.L. Championship Meets. Mt. Lebanon's win- ning streak was extended to seventy-two dual and tri- angular meets, the last loss having occurred in 19-H. Bob Sparrow, outstanding throughout the season in both the high and the low hurdles. was voted most valu- able team member by' his teammates. In the Allegheny' County' Meet, he tied the record in the high hurdles, At the ll'.l'.I..-XJ.. Relays, he was a member ol both shuttle hurdle relay' teams which set records of l:04.l and 122613. In this same meet, our four-mile relay' team set a record of 192223. In the ll'.I'.l.r-X.I-. Champion- ship Meet, our mile relay team tied the school record of 31321, set just the week before. and Sparrow and Lyle were individual champions. The members of our team who place in the l'.l.A..-X. Meet were: Sparrow-third in the high and the low hurdles, Lyle-thircl in the 880. and our mile relay team of Rhen, Myers, Karlovitz, and Crawford-fourth. For the first time in Mt. Lebanon's history. a junior varsity' track team finished the season unclefeatecl. Out- standing performances were turned in by Masterson, I-Ianchey, and Overholt in track events, and lYalker and Patterson in field events. Because of their able perform! ances, these boys helped Ollt in some varsity' met-ts. Coach Mollenauer accepts the W.P.I.A.I.. trophy. IAI helps NI! lebanon hreak t c TJ! uf 'Y school record lll that nent I Denman starts for NIL Lebanon Ill the second 'll A' W 'Rf , . "" --Ind B' s 9' .f . vc, l s w E 5. . V I .K I A'L'."' 4 'L fries? ' 1 rf, .T ' 1 -3 5fJQ'qQ' ?"'bf ll 'fn ' 1 3: 1 .-. : it t - fi lv 'w "V ' , . 3 x .J I H at ft 4 ,Q ' Q ' 1 ' I 1 ' ,tv . ,. ,, 'W W -,, - ' . ' I H , L ty, TRACK JUNIOR VARSITY IARONI ROW: Mgr, Quarles, McEwen, Gottschall, Hen- derson. Corrigan, Kelnahan, Arxnstrong, Warncs, Slocum. ROW 2: Mgt. Petty, Hzmclxcy, Lewis. liichcr, Hoar. Hull, l'LlllClNOH. l,:1Rue, Coach Lamprinnkos. BACK ROW: lzunplin, Oxctholt, Lovett, XYalkcr, Kelleher, Rucker, Kopcsak. Keele. Nags. 4: . 4:2 ': . Z' V 1. 'Gil , A --': GOLF 1954 Samuels. Woecknei. Temmel. Coach Burrows. Bullock. Owens. Lacllex. sniff!! S ,,'1.,.qa .A V fr' 1- - I - 1. a Q . N , ' ' A . W, . V' .vi if-ff-1 AY' Q "nl, J, af ' Y ' A . 1 . -s .fig ' . Goff The record ol' liye wins and iiye losses made by the 1954 Mounty gollers was considerably better than that ol' the previous lour teams. Coached lay Mr. Burrows, the lmoys claimed at least one yictory oyer all opponents except Bridgeyille. Owens, yotecl most yaluahle player. and Ladley represented Mt. Lebanon in the XV.1'.1.A.1.. Championships. Returning players hope to recruit new talent to improve last year's record. AW 1 1954 SCHEDIII-1 Mt. I.. yi.. .l-IW Brentwood T . .. H Mt. I.. Mt. I.. li .. 9 Baldwin fl .... 12 Mt. L. Mt. I., fl .... I2 Bridgeyille 9W .... 5rQ Mt. 1.. Mt. L. 9 . . . 6 Canonshurg 11 .... 4 Mt. I.. Mt. I.. 11 .... 1 Bethel 615 .... R14 Mt. I.. ,K 1, Ctdegdf The poor rec ord ol two wins and six losses in league competition compiled by Mt. Lebanons 1954 basball team was due mainly to the lack of experienced pitchers. The season's highlight was the ousting ol Trinity from a lirstaplace tie with M'ashington in XX'.1',l.A.1.. play. Schoepp- ner, who hit 1300, was again yoted most yaluable player. Many returning players giye promise oi a better season in 1955. 1954 SCHI-LDL'1.1Q Mt. I.. Pl . . 5 Wilkinsburg "Mt.1.. 1 .. 5 XYashington 2 .. .. H Mt. I.. 'ML L. 2 . 5 Chartiers 6 ...... 13 Mt. 1., '.vit. L. 8 .. .. 9 Canonsburg 7 .. ... 6 Mt. I.. Mt. L. 6 ,..... 2 Oliver 'Mt. l.. 7 . ... 19 Trinity 8 ,..... 9 Mt. I.. ' League games BASEBALL 19514 FRONT ROIV: Simms, Macdonald. Harris, jesteadt, Wilson. ROW 2 Grady, Henning. Phillips. Smilh. Iihomas. Schoeppner, Mc'Neish, Dawes 11.-'ICR ROW: Mgr. Blass, Dayies, lie- iel. Wagner. Coach Clark. Marrs. Wei. nei. Barrett. Mgr. Blum. ., I Q : TENNIS 1954 Saxton, Luedv, Alter, Fowler, Smith. Coleman. Coach Doak. ,.,.-:ivan-f.-f--qv---V "E, . - -. ..f1 . - l ' ,qhb0'!' "' ..s- , .n it "4...--" .qquv ,.4 ..,..-v ,sq ...s ..,L. .. . . ,.. ,....s Ls4+- ,.1:y...zi.,,A.. .-- 1...t. 4, ' 3 --11 .. i..lEl:f11-ylmzzw 2 Fowler and Saxton were XV.P,I.A.l.. Doubles Champs. CA 666 After losing five veterans by graduation, the all- underclass chess team got oH to a poor start, but came back strong to win second place in the six-team league. The team composed of fSittingp Murray Davis, David Burnham, 1Standingj Jack Beedle, Dave Reed, Blair Battistini, and Elmer Beardshall defeated Perry, South, Langley, and Peabody, but was unable to overcome this year's champion, Allderdice. Dave Reed, hfth board, led the league in scoring with seven wins, one loss, and one draw. 85 ennizi Mt. Lebanon's 1954 tennis team won its sec- tion XV.P.I.A.L. championship for the first time since the early l930's. After making a clean sweep of the league matches, the Mounties faced other section winners. They downed Edgewood but were stopped by a strong Tarentum team. The doubles team of Saxton and Fowler, voted most valuable player, took first place in XV.P.I.A.I.. competition. Returning lettermen Alter, Coleman, and Smith will lead next year's team. 1954 SCHED UL!-I Mt. l.. 2 ,..... 6 Shadyside -4 ....,. 0 Mt. I.. Mt. L. 3 ...... U Brentwood l ,. .. 4 Mt. L. Mt. L. 5 ..,.., 0 Aspinwall 'l .. .. 4 Mt. L. Mt. l.. 4 ....,. 1 Connellsville W.P.I.A.L. Section Matches Mt. I.. 3 ...... 0 Edgewood Mt. I.. l ....., 3 Tarentum i e The Mountv rifle team hnished the 1955 season with four wins and five losses. Although this record did not equal last year's, it enabled Mt. Lebanon to Hnish fourth in M'.P.I.A.L. Returning lettermen. Charlotte Folan and Bill Bab- cock. paced the team throughout the season. For her consistent good shooting Charlotte was elected the team's most valuable member, the second girl to receive this honor in Mt. l.ebanon's history. The highest season averages wcre Folan's 98.7 Babcoclds 98.3, Gottschall's 97.9, and I-'ouse's 97.8. Folan, Babcock, Gottschall, Fouse, Miller, Nagy, Hall and Norman won letters. In his first year as coach, Mr. Neal was faced with the task of trying to equal last year's record, despite the fact that there were only two returning lettermen. Since most of this year's team were juniors, however, there are high hopes that next year Mt. Lebanon will again be the XV.P.I.A.L. champions. SCHFDLTLE Mt. L. 486 ......... 490 Millvale 489 ...,..... 495 Mt. I,. Mt. L. 494 ......... 495 Shaler 490 ......... 494 Mt. L. Mt. L. 495 ...... ........ 4 70 Etna Mt. L. 496 ..... ...192 Coraopolis Mt. L. 496 ..... ...,. ' f9H Aspinwall Mt. L. 494 ..... ..... 4 96 Oakmont Mt. I.. 495. .. ...500 Munhall RIFLE SQUAD FRONT ROXV: Miller, Norman. Folan, Coach Neal, Babcock, Franke, Nagy. BACK ROW: Schaefer, Hall, Fuss. White, Smith, Gottschall, Fouse. x., - , 23 - a , I '. llih Lraiic Champions Hi Y league Chziinpiriiis SCHOOL CHAMPIONS .90 tl'6ll'l'lLlI'a Mr. Gooduin, Mr. Pagnanelli, and Mr. Rainci ipomored ab a these basketball groups. 10th Grade Champions 12th brzide Champions le-nnis, bowling. basketball. tenicproit. and xolle-rball-ses. all these popular sports were in- clude-cl in the prograrn which was ollered through the' Ciirlsi Athletic .-Xssociation. .X council ol twelxe girls under the dire-ctiorr ol Xliss llurlcc and Miss Slceriotis hezrcled lllis organization. The c-orrncil mernbe-rs planned the program and acted as captains ol thc- alter- school tc-ams. These- girls also re-corcle-cl the points earned by the- nearly lour lrrrndred mem' bers. l'oints which the girls accmrrulzrte-el for laithlul participation in the sports progranr en- able-cl thc-nr to earn rnajor or minor sports letters or actixitic-s lceys. .Xlong with the sports program, the' C.A..eX. sponsored se-veral annual social exe-nts. One ol these- was the CL.A..sX. Dessert which was held in lfcbruary. 'lhe profit from the dessert together with the dues paid by the members was used to finance 21 l'lax Dax in NIM' C X X members who hrcl good rtterrdanee records were rnxrtecl to loin girls horn other high schools rn enloxrng rn excellent program ol both rncloor and out coor sports rter rn the 'rlternoon relr Illellls were serxed to the nears girls lectrons lor the lfln lllrb eorrncrl mem: re held r lhe las cxen o the x ar s lor the old and the new corn rrrerrrbers Here eating and sports were enjoxed and the semor rrrerrrbers presented gold c'h'rrnrs to the junior mernbers. C AA. COUNCIL IAROXT ROW: Fish, Voigt, Henry. Lxnotr, fil2ill0lll509 BACK ROW: Houser, Turner, Brick. Rxrnan. Erskine Niahoney, Crixella. X dw r x 51.2 X 4. , . 75 lliNli Ul Nl ll 'C N11 in-ni, 1151, rw I .,--7 e CLAA. Basketball tournament was won hy the junior fnUligCOllN btnniers, kit ,Innes and Barbara Smith were ine CAA, Doubles Lh nnpionx. Coke, cake, itie cream, and fun were the ingredients of the G.A.A, Dessert. 'I'he pirates were in fine voice as they took mer 'the good ship G.A.A.' Demands for enter tainment were satisfied by a wariety of talent. All who were there agreed that it was the 'time of their livesf GOLF H351 Dave Owens F5 Q.. mi? N 9 fav' Y if? Q . ill! . " .4 "5 .41E,. -" . 21 ii f' TENNIS 1954 Bruce Fowler :gl , , 1 ' Q .W Q.nfsAgg,'.'xQ . 4' A f 4 1 m 1 1 if . I 311+ lf 0l'l0I' BASEBALL 1954 George Schoeppncr CROSS COUNTRX Don Davis of 5 orfd YRACK 1954 Bob Sparrow r 'ii j0l" CL lfl'l0l'YlQlflt ' L I sp 44 if f . ffi f I -: ' fr' ,.R?"'4K"f A ,XXX X Y!!-6.hJf' 1? ,s-v4"' nw fx Q-. A , f in .xdcfiuifiefi OUQIUAGCJOLUQ6! fAQ L00 L5 , A'Clima Tu I'Il01ltS an person lities special c of its own coming of age. the TV programs which the American home are becoming more enjoyable Such a media all types of en- a . . are three new cl I allflfff. which have been 1 American public this is decidedly horoughly profes Appearing Thurs hts at 8:30 it is startingly ctors and actresses are well established players, who il to give an inspiring, con- performance. B e s i d e s interesti limax!" skillfully Star second nz, conclusive stor- deals with deep development and ex- and thoroughly of thc performers. s David Wayne new show stars o s f 4 ct net li l LRX 'Die Building Fo illq -r-ue' .- , , . W, Obscrvin Progress of the New VVing nrt- Juniors Ki: .lonts und Skip if Williams and Sophornores Paula Fry and Johnny Mayer. Lebo Girl Attends Many Activities YWCA Convention I Wavne, CWe a talented, dis- actor in his own right, he seems to be out dnesday nights-" J is a modififc' Mt. Lebarw' -4 1' T-til THE YOUNG WHO NEEDS A hclli liiskinc, and Oclcltc Riiigslex trv to iron out 3illOIllL'I' snag in tlic pio- lllllllilll ot thc l,.XN'I ERN. 0,0 YO THE GIRL P WHOSE LATEST Bgiiliarn Rc-id, Nliiiia Liadis, Elizas J,.f ed Bv Com- Xtkciilicil. ing: lot is scnelit... flown nronnd Huy. For lunch. siiidents thi- re-gulzu' time in pt-riotl clnssrrioins. tnhles of hot fond from each floor for those wh During this time studen be permitted to go lunch, When the new c mm pliotogiupliv lo llllllli'0gll.lIilllllg uns the forte of lzmct llorolln Robinson. Carl Lind luck Iscnln-rg. 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Am time after 4 P.M. into the wee hours Of the niorning. the clickety-clack of the MOUNTY mimeographing machine could be heard vibrat- ing down the hall. Faithfully guarding this in- dispensable mathine were Carl Gottschall. Bob Clark, Bert Miller, and George Robeck. QQ 1'1" 1 f- -4. . .V -t. I. ,, ffgsn, K Y R Q l f--. 54 W -...ijfqhl : ML af, my uw' 'A 1 ' i' W wi., l ti '- a 55" 3 ' X'-. W. Ml' . ,Wg ,x .JL "'.ff'.. 1, f v' .. , Wrxu V- xx -5 '- g- ' -'Ti' ,+G 553, .IBN 4 .iii i. 'NW '3"' 4 'ii 5.22 J-t' wk-wQ+' ' Q1 .. fi -1' x "'i3if'P,L 1151. Hu- human xcilcslcd un ilu' hum ot kluk l 'hm' Spurh ' A 11 . lidilm m-Chief .. lidimx Shy-Mmm Pxukcx, .Xwmgnn lid mn .Xmx C-lccx, Lilcxauy indium l.x1 lzukinc. Amd .Xu lamlimr Bxixm Nugx mx unnpla-teh upimnl M thc mumhina- rum ul hilzuiu and h.nd umk that pxudmcd the '55 l,P.lS.XXON 1.01 Plguunxxg thc dunum. ahcmkiug, HHH:- HPN. HUC! XXUI'lNlUg UXCI IJXLIHICN UCI! thc mdcx' oi mln: dan. ., I NK " , .1 17 4 '1' ,J '- f .'1Q"53 .va ff., - .' , ' 8' -- j3E'ffv7fi1.g ,,,-V' .f in "wt - " "14'?"i: fx, - N . N-: H 'f"ff"Q. ' . 7' 3 N, Y J QLG I l0H 'va-4 I Of' 'T' 9 0 ,pk fi, Mai?- ,s,- 5 4 ' 1 X f' 'N , . I3 . ,K 5 . x N I N - - , A . X 1 , , .1 H-5.1 , , , V T 1 K- 1 'QP' 'J . n. 5 lkvluxxul xlu' xwxuw. wylhnl Hum 'i'.-:Lag-'QL ,IM-ug muh the L'lUlUlN in IHXIIUHLQ ilu 1- -- IXIHEIHLQMI ml. mug liuxmq-,,g N1Mm!L-1 :mx c1ilLll1.tllUH N1.u1.ny.'x ff 7 2 lnzmm H111 . I 'K f' lmulnx 1-l.lIlUlllNUN. and Xviwlg vin Uguk lk tlllhl I thaw lx.u1 .nm f , y ill YIIUHN. Ang -,. , xmuxpu. Num 1 Ysxa-g lucxx. 'A'-5. M-?1 :pf .2--Qu, ,3..-g- ,Q , Law' 12151: 1 iff .. 4, .- P- V., 'HX ' -fa 9 ' 'lu emi nl Hu' xQ,g X hum mrxumg ml '1 vx4 1 J 46 Q! fv- 't..., ' Art, typing, and photography yycre liandletl by isitting l.ee Nlooncy. Ianet Hoover. Malcolm Fraser, Brian Nagy, Thom Sturt. standing, Barbara Strod, joan Cieblrardt, joan Seidel, jack Isenberg, and Bill Bennett. "You don't have to be crazy' to work on the LOG, but it helps" became the motto ol the H355 LEBANON LOG staff. The activities of the yearbook stall were a combination of planning and doing. Iiarly in the school year, planning with a A'let's be diller- ent" attitude received most attention and could be observed by' any' typical meeting ol' the edi' tors, Clark Delrne, Elizabeth Erskine, and Ann Greer, or the general staff. Student photog- raphers and Mr. Rosser became common sights with their appearances at each important event. lhe 1.06, literary' staff listened intently as Liz Erskine explained and assigned LOG write-ups. Artists pondered over the looks ol' the "LOG Dog" while the l2th grade committee compiled the returns of the Senior Poll and listed the ac- tivities ol' each senior. As the book progressed, the typists took over and prepared write-ups for the printer. Then the editors and the art stall spent long hours making the paste-up boards which would be photographed for each page. 'l'hus the twenty'-fiftlr edition ol' the Llili- ANON LOG became the largest in number ol pages and circulation in the history' of the book. Some of the 12th grade LOC, committee members, Sally NfcCoy', Heather Marcus, Marion Nye, Sue Siegfried, and joan bebhardt, are shown tallying senior polls. l wif' P t W ., we .frfhrl s.:1fN'N,,J ' w fwfr! BGIQJ ,,,,. M Y. 7l'TYF'-XYTY xr 7 L W 1' - i K 'Ir . vs. - X if 'vi' 1 xg ll Nw Rlmiii' RUUKCIKLK were our latorite precision marchers. The Mt. Lebanon High School marching band, under the direction ol' Mr. Philip R, Prutzman, again starred at football games. The high-stepping Range Roelxettes combined with the fancy-twirling 'Majorettes and the Band made each half time a three-ring circus. The entire band showed their talents through- out the season in at variety of programs includ- ing Hawaiian. Irish. and Latin Anierican shows. Hashington and XN'estx'iew did their best to overshadow our band but did not succeed. .X highpoint was an appearance at the Pittsburgh Steeler-l.os Angeles Ram lootball game whith inznked the bands third coast to toast telexision hookup. 'l'he annual Stadium Reine was gi sutcess. as the grade school, the .Innior High. and Senior High Bands were joined by the Pitt Band and other marching, groups, Closing another season the Junior and Senior High Bands presented their Band Context on March 'ith in Mellon Auditoriuni. ii Sir. Philip R. Pruizman helps a band member interpret ii difficult passage. N I 'B Z4 U CZOM5 5 As the curtain parted, the audience saw twenty-tour girls and twenty-seven boys, sparkling with pride and radiant in eyery color of the rainbow, who then began to give their interpreta- tion of "Manhattan Towers." The morning of that same dayf they had charmed the state P.T.A. with a similar performance. Those who heard the Chorus, the only' mixed chorus of the three, would not soon forget the mature, almost professional, presentation that the skillful direction of Bliss May' Sneary' drew forth. The audience saw and heard perfection. Had they' been in room 308 on any school morning they would have seen this same IOP choral group undergo a Dr. .Iekyl-Sir. Hyde transform- ation. Giggles, squeals, and pranks would fill the room until Miss Sneary stepped up to begin another day's rehearsal that would lc-ad to another top-notch perlormanre. l- w 103 '1- l 5 cc as cc as 6 ' C A014115 Singing ieinztinetl une ul the nimt populgn attixities zuiiong Nlt. l,elm stutlents. lhtlet the tlhection ol Nliss Klux 5IlC1iliN. one kllfililll gruup was ztlwziu ieacly when txtlletl upon tri supply any type ul llllhlt lirnn Iizuh lu lit'- lmop. 'lille attains ol lolk or ieligiwus inusit. sweet and low rn luutl :mtl tlegny wele lit-tml uniting hunt Ronin .3 in the gills ul "li" :intl "Cl" tlmrtues gut it-:tclx to tltlilt' the nmml with music' lui :mx ul' the nuineiuux xtlloul IJIUilLlllllDIlH. The 'liriple 'I'1'io with SOIJTllll0SfNLllllX Gilbert. Cinth Nltliuight, :intl tlutly Xhightg setuntl sopianms-Sully Nlellcny Nanci lgnnla. and Janice I-'t-ai1ti5: altm-Szirzili Cielnlizmlt, lillen cl'.-Xlelio. and Betsx Beitller: ICSCITCSY Clathie llelmley, Serena l't-ntlleton, :intl lintlgt llohnnnn: :intl atttnnpzinixt-I,inrlzi Greet: woxe at type ul inuwital language all their own. In zultlitiun to school ztllztirs they weie excl' busy Cllltllllllllllg ut tluhs :intl hospitals and for numerous civic' o1'guni1ation5. The Ilexotional Cllmix' ol twenty tnenibeu lurnishetl the inusit lui the tlexutitniul pm' grains which were gixen over the public atl- clreas symtetn on llnnstlay' nioruings, These niunit groups helped make nnusit :tt Mt. Lebanon High School 11 lezicling extrzil CLlI'I'lCL1lZil' attitity. OPC A85 f P61 'I he sound ol the orchestra plunging lnayely into a lieethoyen syinphony under the able direction ol Nlr. .Xrthnr Yagello olten rose oyer the conlnsion ol the lnnth line. Ol course their prattite was not lirnited to symphonies, lor they played lor seyeral special eyents and at their own spring concert. In Ottoher they were inyited to play lor the XX'estern Pennsylyania lidncational Conley' ence in the Syria Mosque. 'Iihis tontert was yvell reteiyed and special tonrplirnents were rnade on Mr, Yagellrfs excellent conducting, 'lihe highlight ol' the ortllestra's year was its annual spring concert. .Xs nsnal. it was an extellent perlorrnance. well wortlr the at' tendante ol any innsie lover. For this and other special prograrns ol nnrsit in rnany styles by tonrposers lroin Handel and NIOIZIII to Lleronre Kern and I.eRoy .Xnderson, the Senior and junior High orchestras coinhinetl their talents. In addition to excellent training and pran- tiee the rnernbers derived great enjoyrnent lrorn this inost interesting activity. FORNLXI. CONCLRI AR'I'lhI'N I'RONl ROXY: Catherine Engel, piano duo: Linda Hofmann, pianist: .Xnne lforrester, French horn duo: Kathleen Kiray, attoinpanist. BACK RONV: l.ind'a Greer. pianist: Indith Singer. yiolinistg Robert Clark. organist: Vic Hill, pianist: Dennis Halliyyell, Ifrenclr horn duo: Niary Oakes, accompanist: lillen d'Alelio pianist. ,- "in Jn f7Ae imegglzf .X doll, a xiolin, and an easel-each played an iinporianr role in the huinoruos. iet coughing procliutifm. The Czzrmzzs Savage. The auixiries plan, using the Cluislers as its setting, gaxe the audience un insigln into the minds ol the disunhed "gun-sts." wlm mmlied the viewers with llleii Inulmleins. lnsliiled by the lllClllC of the play. the lnncl-wmking niexnlners ol the canst, guided hy Nil. Nlieis, lneallled lile into -john l'z1llicL's lllZlliliKlCli5. I'iUllUlX'lllg the hustle ol Llie stage crew, last niinnle glzinnes zu the sciipt. and that Luvful feel- ing ol stage lllglll. the muilain rose on the second play ul' the year, Clzimline l"l'Z1IlliC.S Fnilzcr of 1116 Iirifle. l,l'CSClllCLl ln the senior class, the lunnor- filled suns' wld ol' Stanley Banks and the ini- pending wedding ol his daiuglner. Kay. Quarrels, tems. ll inisiliievous brorlien, and a snobish Qat- erei' added to the unilusifm :il the Banks' honle and Lhe delight of the audience. 'l Ill: KIl'RlOl'S S XYXLI4 fnlsl nieniln-is neue Xlgirgeri H.1llel. llelli l'msscx. XHIlIl.lll lllv. lim htlllllllllll. klini vnrnnu. llelsx Xluoels. ,Inclx Klglnlse. llxume eslslmls. l-,the Xllll Cmnliel. llznhzllgi llnltuig, -. vinsun. Student dilenlms neue Ninn l'LlIlL'llL' and Rusty Snliuck. g I-QXTHIQR Olf THE BRIDE C ul mcmhcg blight, linux Snmil. klolm 5t'XHItrlll'. .lim Iimmmuu, Bill Iixzms -N new Phil Huhrig. junkie Rutlcdgc. Nancy Argfm- Ru rx Sclmck kililx fiilhllll 111111 Smhnwlrl, Xianilxn fnIl'iIli'l, Bllllij Spccklmls, Huh Kclnu- hm. C-cmgv Yiillflhllll. lim 5lhllllHlIl. ami Hill XI4C,ol'nliLk. N , '4 .H Nm, l-.Nic .xllll Cloupcm, Nzmu Pullcllc. ull-nl dilcclmx uclc llillliijl Hull, Iichy XIUUCIN. :xml Bully Bo-ws hh' K. ,ff 1 -, 309 ,V,. is if 'P X 4 N Q 2 ll .6 SENIOR .Xl.PII.X-FRONT ROW. SiCgf-lifjll. Rongh, SOPHONIORPQ IJEI.'lA.X-I-'RONI' ROW: Sullu-rlzind Iixcmw. RACK ROW: Rice. Bcnlmw. Nlmnad. Lilchflcld. I'11xxL-lyklaicksmzrl. BACK ROW: I.i:1diQ, Green. Nlcknighl lmin. llXlOR Bl-.l.X-I-'ROXI' ROW: Baxlx. Ninn- SOPHONIORI-Q SIC.Nl.X-I-'RONI' ROW: l':1ln1cr, Cole UNC,-, lynn-Num. Rowe. BACK ROW: Robinson, A111101-. KCHCIKIIILIII, BACK ROW: Benz. llcnglcr, Niillcr. Nlundcll Nun, Nielsen. xun lindc, Hcnllmrnc. -af 58 fs -. ,erik SINIOR XIIHX IVMOR 1H11.X 108 f 'lihe Y-'leens and the Hi-Y organizations were splen- did examples ol the leeling ol fellowship and helplul- ness in todafs youth. Sponsored by the YM' and the YMCA, the clubs inet alter hours at the school under the supervision ol capable teachers. lhese teen-agen coinpletecl inany projects throughout the year, Keeping in step with "l'ittsburgh's Progress." both the Hi-Y and Y-'Ieens appropriated nioney lroin their treasuries to- wards beautiliing the Mt. XYashington hillsicle. .Xt Christrnastinie the .Xlpha's gaxe a party lor the children at kluxenile Court, the lit-tzr's presented gilts to the Mes' tern Psychiatric Hospital. the lJelta's played Santa to a needy lzunily. and the Signias entertained the third-grade children at lJel'aul Institute. lhe lli-Y and Y-'lieens could easily be eallecl the rnost conventionpgoing groups in the school. lhe boys ol the Hi-Y Cedar Chapter attenclc-cl a conlerence in M'ashing- ton. Pa., and the convocation at Heinz Chapel: they also entered a teain in the Christmas liaslcetball lournarnent, Not to be outclone, a trio ol Y-'leens attended the Na' tional Convention in Mashington, lJ.C,, and still an- other clelegation saw the Y-'lieens celebrate their Cenv tennial with an untoigettable luncheon at the Gateway l'la1a. The Y-Teens' four sponsors, Miss Groxe. Miss lfrobese, Mrs. Furlong, and Miss Manning, along with the Hi-Y CLeclar's sponsors, Mr. Mliipkey and Mr. Raines. helped the teen-agers attain their clubs' high goals. Cll-DAR Hlfl-I-ROYI' ROXV: Rankin. lietel, Bishop, l.oulelc, leasuie. BACK ROW: llole, Patterson. ini! 'N 'U x 1, ss ,opiicmcmi ini 1 x sol HOMORP sic xi x 109 ClOMMI'I"I'EE AND SQIQXIJ CHAIRMEN F R O N T R O W: Clarke. yloncs, Mayer. Campbell. Boggx. ROM' 2: Davidson, Major. Lohrentz. Kirkpat, rick, Danler, Hopper. BACK ROW: Speckhals, Simon, Mclfadden. I'lanl7, Schmeltl, Bender. ACHIEYEMENT .. ATTENDANCE .. BIOLOGY ..... BOOK ............ BULLETIN BOARD CAI-'ETERIA . . . CHEMISTRY ... 41 ommiffeeri Pat Cent Nancy Gopel Lloyd Davidson D0lly' Lu jones Anne Hockenbcrry' Barbara Hockenberry' Bob Grady, Pete Maehling Bill Bennett, jack Kenning Pele McNeish Ken Menke Bob Major Pl'BLICITY-Keeping Mt. Lebanon High School before the public eye was this l'0IlllIllllCC'S job. K V7 CLASS RANK .. . . .Clark Delme Carl Gotlscliall DECORATING ...,......,.. Keith Danler DEX OTIONAL ............. Bill Bender GOOD SPORTSMANSHII' ..By'ron Leasure HONOR AXVARD ...... ,... E nid McGinnis HOSPITALITY . . ...,Pat Kirltpatrick Milan Krickoyric LIBRARY ..,......... .... S hirley' Campbell LOST AND FOUND . . . . . . .Carole Klostcrnieyer MAKE-L P ........... ..,, y jo.-Xnn Mason I julie Mahoney A'I'TENDANCE-These girls did a line job of keeping at- ll'llil3llC6 records Straight. , :- 53' N cat. 15' 'A n- W as-' sf". FVA.- MEDICAL ... MUSIC .,.... PHYSICS ...,.. PROJECTION ... PUBLIC ADDRESS PUBLICITY ..... . RED CROSS . . . SCHOLASTIC . . gs Y fb-an .!4l'lJ Squa 6 jo Fleming McChesney Mayer Nancy Arganbright Al Planlz Don McFadden Bill Simon Bruce Speckhals Barbara Kern Barbara Goebler Gordon Moore COMMITTEE AND SQUAD CHAIRMEN FRONT ROW: Copel, Gem, Hoover, McGinnis, Kern. ROW 2: Gottschall, I-Llosnera mexer, B. Hoclaenberri, A Hoclxenberry, Mahoney, Sear- lcQ. BACK ROW: Dehne McNeish, XN'iltlin, Babcocl-I Maehling. SOCIAL ........ .... j oAnn Mason STAGE CREW .. .... Bill Babcock Ralph Ward STUDENT SERVICE .... , . .Merrilyn Clarke STUDIO ........,.. .... B iartin Schmcltz TRAFFIC . . .... Chuck H'iLtlin Betty Boggs-Information USHER . . ..... john Searles janet Hoover XVAYS AND MEANS .....,. Heather Lohrentz Allan Hopper BOOK-This squad collected stray books and took them to the Activi- ties Ofhce. fi N A X V N1 ' f ommiffeeri . . . BULLETIN BOARD-Attractive bulletin boards inacle us aware of all the current school events. CAFETERIA-Directing traflic ancl "keeping the peace" were jobs ol' the cafeteria squacl. HONOR .-XYVARIJ-All our activity points were carefully recorclecl by inenihers ol this connnittee. REID CROSS-Serving our coins inunity ancl our country was the ailn ol' this sciuacl. DICYKJTIONAI.-'I'ltis scluacl proviclecl line religious programs to round out our school life. PHYSICS AND CHEMIS'l'RY-'l'hc'se Bl 'l.l.l-Q l IX BOARD HONOR .-XXYARIJ H "clean-up crews" learned a lot about science while they worlcecl. MAKE-L'l'-.Xpplying "goo" was what these inisguiclecl artists clicl alter school ancl before proclucftions. DECOR.-X'I'lNG- Stringing up crepe paper heliore the clances was this ccnnniittees job. I.IBRA-XRY-XYriting thosc- over-clue book notices was one ol the many jobs these stuclents clicl. Cl..-XSS RANK-'l'his coin- mittee figured out your scholastic' stancling, so all-important to you. C.-XFE'I'l'1RI.sX QELH l:PNi, wnntni TPE5' . EF'v': 4? N' E Rf 'R 5 V ' 5 4 L U A 1 cl Ai ,W Q t , i M715 L S ' ' f - ..4 - F1 U1-X01 10 XXI N K XND CHENHSIRN ,,.-ni ,.,.1-1 25-Q P A UNK! ll IHCORXIIXI I IBR XRX clhxss Rhxxk gui' A 14 iff' li . . ..!4l'L6! xgjtjlfta 6 SCHOLASTIC-Preparing the honor roll alter each report period was this committees work. SOCIAI.-'l'he careful planning done hv this group resulted in well-executed parties and dances. LOST AND I-'OUND-Collecting, re- ceiving, and checking out lost articles kept these girls working constantlv. NlEIJlC.'Xl.-'liliese girls made themselves helpful in rendering first aid to ailing students. S'l'AG1i CRliXY-Al- though they kept behind the scenes they did much to guarantee the success of stage produc- tions. HOSl'I'l'ALITY-'l'his group gave a hand SCHOI..-XSTICL 1.051 AND l4Ol'ND . , to new students helping them through the "Mountv xI2ilC.H 'l'R.-XF!-'IC-You knew this squad well if you were ambitious to head the lunch line or if you liked to go in the wrong direction. 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X11 111 1111 lun l11l11111 1111111111 lI1ll ,,1. -x,-N.1.1.. .- xN.lIlLQl'lIlLlIl. I-11lqc1.1l1l. , , JN! RUN: C,.11I11l. Krnllms. P111 101 HI lllf' Clcolgc if ,,.. , Lv, ,, fa' ww! ii W1 ur' P Xnu Beyeiidge. lxlilziheth litskine. ll1ti'h1ii1i Hziityyig. Kline Hoyt. :ind liailliaiizt Kern who reteiyed their gugiidx lll lllllllllly. lUI1gI1llllllllC Gordon Moore. the ietipieut of ai gugud ui lune JI. Jo. Ani Mal' 5 lhe exttgi-tttirirulgir zittiyities oflered at Nlt. Lebanon High School were a inust for most stu- dents. ly'hether they pairtitipzited in sports, uiusit, pulmlit ations. or any of the yzirious squads :ind couunittees. they found szitiafaction in the points they tc-it-iyetl for their work, If they ezirned ninety points. they were given :in :1c'tiy'i- tiey key: those who earned two hundred points were presented with qi guard. Gordon Moore, who teteiyed lioth his key Lind guard last june. was the first person in the history of Mt. I.eba' tion High School to collect two hundred points hy the end of his junior yezir. Nlrs. Lzitgill. our .XCLIIXIIICS Director. and the iuenihers of the faculty who sponsored coniniit- tees, squady, and other UIig2illllHllOI1S will zilwziys he renieniliered for their willingness to help every' interested student to find an ztttiyity whith he would enjoy. .XCl'lYl'l'll".S lxl-QXS Cltll. RON' li Cooper. Boggs. Cilzulte. l.eilth. lfleuiiug. l'iRONl' RUXYZ Nlulyihill. Xlgihoney. Hooyei. Nldloy. Nltifiutiiy. Seidel. Kiikptiliitlx. liyxiu. Ryiugiu, Brownlee. hover, 5lll0lll. RON' 2: Barker. 1-opel. llupuiy. Hxiuel. KCIII. ll XCR RUXY: leuipliu. llehne. 5K'1lllL'S. Moore. l'llNLlIlL'. Peterson, lhityxig. Syseeuy. ROM' fl: llgnxlihgn- Siugiil. Atinyttoug. Sthoeppuei. Hurd, Nlenlxe. Huiuphteyx, QCI, 1-ehhgiidt. Rgiyh. l.iiiltliiiuer. Roxith, kllll. Hoyt, xxilllllll. Xlatjor. XMYL-i-li. Xyilliiuux, Xliuluu. lixilnotk. Smith. Sgindeis. ltixhley. Klosleltueyet. lh-yeiidtge. l.ohi' 54lllllf.'lll. f' Cf' Cn P X .. X X l IUNXI. IIUNUR SUC.ll'. I X IRON! ROV l'll.lNllllli'N.f:1PllL'l. Dupuis. llcruc-r. lrslsilrc-, i'Clk'lSIJIl. llarrlxyig. llilllfllll. RUN 22 ffizirrcncrlsos. heli- lrzrlcll. flrziscx llerrlroyy. lxerrr, lvrtch. Ilernitrg. Xlchilrrris. Oil 0l"al" This year the Mt. Lebanon High School chirp- ter of the National Honor Society hard thirty- eight rnernhers who were chosen in either their IIA or l2IS senresters hy the faculty :rs being outstanding in cluirtrc ter, leadership, scholarship, and seryice. These rnenrhers proctorecl the make-up tests held eyery luescltry und lhurs- day in roonr 212 alter school, kept il record ol honors ezrrned hy Mt. l.eh1rnon graduates. spon- sored the "Holiday l3urezrn," and helped Nlrs. Horne sort perrnission slips lor college rneetings. krrlspncxick, Nlclsbls. llgrrncyn. llntXL'llIlQl'. lloyl. Syyccny Xisoclsy. ll Xl lx ROM. Nlcmrcx lxniss. Xlllllllll, lsenlzerg. llqrliccrclc. lxgippert. loyc-, llgiyis. NlcXc'isl1. Sclrcieppner cUlL'IlI.lIl. ll'IllIlllIl, ociefied Anything that wus ol' service to the school was ol interest to thern and their zrclyiser. Nlrs. Nlorgzrn. Iilection to Quill and Sc roll. the International Honorary Society lor High School yjournzilists. depends upon seryice to high school publica- tions or the puhlicity conrrrrittee. Citizenship, scholarship. and the 1rcly'iser's reconnnendation are also tzrken into consideration. l.zrst lunc- hye seniors and two juniors were instzrllecl in this honorary group. 'L QI ll I XXII SLROII I RUN I RUN Xl.cIty Xlc lsirnrey. ll.r1lmr1lCc'n ter. willy ll.ryyL1lrs. lS.XC.lx RON ll.rrly.rr.i lscwn. ls.rrc'n xlLll'Ql'lll'lll, llrll Nlllllll, Cl.rrk llvlrrrcz an .. . . L 1 A I - fs , 4 5 'Z YI V V - 1.335- 1, K A Q , I A L vi. lag. t -IX 4 Y x 1 Hlflltuigl HONOR RKQIAII l.OR I-lR5l 5l.Ml.'gIl.'R l',lClll'l. XlllIlLlllLQll. Nlasteiscrii. 'C-ottschall. 'lleidlc IRONI' Row: sl.,,,-I-OWL Iqccnmnv ym,,lm,,v lvcmhl 'kein. lljoitshc-ig, 'l'iaxlx. 'Billetei. Keri, Krause, Het Izngel. 'l.UllICllll, ".Xinold, 'Haitwig. Hall. Lilheit, LUVH- l5U'lll4'l'- 'l'1illlli" 'UUIIIUII4 '.Xclcenheil. Dick. IBXCIK ROXV: 'NIanning. lciasei. l'Axll-XY XI the annual latin lresiixal held in lluhl n ,Nllflll inalclisticks won first lllllt' lor his model ol .1 Roman camp. pictured heie. Nil. l.c'l1anon had sexelal other Pllll' winners including' ,lain llilworth-thud IJIIIC in models in wood or IIICIL noxelties: All Heclgren-honorahle mention in models in wood oi metal. In the I-'estiaalk scholastic Achiexernent competition, john Iciame won clent Il.tnc'tatium loc-l llaxiclson with the .uid ol LUCU' 6 During the past year the students ol' Mt. Leh- anon again placed high in outside competition. I-'ive of our students won prizes with their proi- eets entered in the annual Latin lfestixal held at Buhl Planetariuni. Under the sponsorship of Miss lilliott honors were gained in the Na- tional Scholastic XN'riting Contest. .Students who were scientifically inclined had their chances to excel either hy taking the llth annual .Xmc-iican ee l'tancis-lust PI'llC in notehoolcs: Rax tl: Nanci Nichols-honorahle mention in hcinoiahle mention lor third semester stu- N , Chemical Society Test or by entering a project in the Buhl Planetarium Scienee Fair. Recogni- tion was also gained hy our students in the lix- ceptionally .Xhle Youths lixamination sponsored hy the Civic Clluh of Allegheny County. ililll' NROTC Mental lixatnination was passed hy ten ol our senior hots. He may well he proud ol' these students who have made a name lor themselx es and our school. .xx In XXI 'Z X X' NXL 'x- Xuvx x xx L X XXX- u XXXXX uc XX xXxnuX cxm -x .XNX X-, N x Xxc Nxmxx XXXXX Xu X :Moto wap WX ri A X 7 YXXLX Xk XC X N XX X . ' '. 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