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181. RACHEL LEOPARD-A most charming girl with a host of friends. Chemistry
star, especially in the second semester with Mr. Wade. Therapon. "
182. GERTRUDE LEWIS-She is the envy of the class in possessing a pleasing, charm-
ing manner. Good in French, and stars in most of her classes. Popular with all
who know her.
183. .IOSEPHINE LIKELY-Has lots of "pep," and red hair to go with it. Good looking,
good dancer, good student, and drives a Ford that is a Mooresville terror. Senior Play.
184. AGNES LINDAMOOD-One of our Greek stars and a devotee of Miss Marthens.
Always cheerful. A girl who is well liked by all her classmates.
185. LUCY LINDLEY-A cute little blonde with bobbed hair and lots of pep. Guaran-
teed to make more witty remarks and comments per minute than any other lady of
the class of '21.
186. VIRGINIA LINDSTROM-Member of Fiction Club, Therapon Club, and Senate.
Tennis player of quality, and likes watching basket ball games. Stood high scholas-
tically. Loyal Shortridger in every respect.
187. JOHN B. LITTLE-"Johnny" has made good with everybody, including M. T. and
the ladies. His star shines brightest as a Math student, especially ifn Trig. Tip-top
dancer and general society chap. First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.
188. DALE LIVENGOOD-Dale has one of these "after me, Oswald" strides! A mighty
good sport, though. Often seen in the North street corridor.
189. LYNNE LOTICK-High pacer in track squad. Only representative from Short-
ridge in State track meet in 1920. Football squad. Promising artist and well developed
190. GRANVILLE LUTEN-A rare fellow with an acute sense of humor and a
Lincoln-like drawl. As brilliant as he is tally and he pierces the ozone for something
like six feet.
191. DORIS LYNN-One of the charming members of the firm of Lynn and McKee.
Staunch disbeliever in evolution. Therapon. Basket ball and music enthusiast. Likes
192. EDITH McALPIN-Edith's one of Shortridge's liveliest "pep-bombs"! Well
acquainted with every one in school. Been down here long enough to own stock in
193. BERNICE McBROOM-A pretty, well-behaved young lady. Does beautiful work in
the Art Department. Annual Art staff. Therapon.
194. JEANNETTE McCARTY-Leave it to Jane! Came to us from Urbana, Illinois, in
her Sophomore year. Fond of Philadelphia. A good friend and a true Shortridger.
195. KATHLEEN McCLURE-Kathleen is the stylish Senior who is noted for her coif-
fure. Sister of Cubena. "Enough said."
196. LOUISE MCCORMICK-Stars in Mathg also an Astronomy enthusiast. A friend of
Mr. Gingery. Louise has made up her mind to be a school-marm. A very sweet girl.
Secretary of Girl Reserves. Secretary of Math Club. Therapon.
197. DOROTHY E. MCCULLOUGH-Vice-president of our class. Literary staff of the
Annual and first on the Honor Roll. Also president of the Press Club and secretary of
the Fiction Club. Has been vice-president of the Senate and president of the Math
Club. Therapon. Possesses the ability to star in everything she undertakes. Full of
fun. One of the finest, best loved and most popular girls in Shortridge.
198. HELEN McGAHEY-A merry little colleen-a breath of the Auld Counthry. Helen
is a shining light of the Commercial Department.
199. JUNE McKEE-A Science star of the first rank. Possesses a swect smile and a
very pleasing personality. She and Doris Lynn are never seen apart.
200. ROBERT McKEE-An excellent student and fellow, especially in History and
Vergil. But his interests also lie some place else. He is intending to enter Indiana next
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201. VALLOROUS McLEAY-President of the class of '21 and captain of the Blue and
White basket tive. Most popular fellow in school. Everybody likes Val-especially
sundry of the fairer sex. Main-spring of Shortridge athletics. A happy combination of
ofiicer, athlete, gentleman, friend.
202. CORNELIA MARSHALL-One of our prettiest, sweetest and most attractive Senior
girls. Possesses lovely, dark brown eyes and golden hair. A splendid artist. Very
203. MAFALDA MARTIN-The peer of any girl hardwood court artist in any of the
three high schools. Led her team to the championship in basket ball, and also plays a
bang-up game at hockey or volley ball. Very modest about her accomplishments.
204. NOLA MARTIN-A pretty, demure miss with a pair of "jazzy" eyes. Has a charm
for winning friends. Known for her musical ability and sweet disposition.
205. ELIZABETH MARTZ-A dark-haired, quiet but popular girl who is a charming
friend. She is a good dancer and an excellent student. Ask her what she is most inter-
ested in. A close friend of Loretta Keller, Jeanette Nunamaker, and Margaret Hale.
206. ISABELLA MATTHEWS-Small, peppy and a good dancer. She is seen wherever
you iind Dot O'Brien. Always in for a good time and popular at dances.
207. MARGARET MATTHEWS-Better known as "Peggy." Appears rather shy at
first but when you know her-oh, mercy! Has a decided interest in Purdue, which is
frequently responsible for her loss of appetite. Expects to attend that college next year.
208. CHRISTENA MAURER-Christena is a sure cure for the blues because of her
jolly disposition. Has two very mischievous dimples. Chum of Zelma Smith.
209. MARY MEDDERS-Mary is a History star and human dictionary. She is planning
to utilize these assets by some day becoming a teacher.
210. CAROLYN MEIKEL-A pretty girl who came from Tech in her senior year. A
splendid dancer and a good student.
211. THEODORE SIDNEY MEDIAS-Thursday's Echo, Annual literary staff, and
Debating team. Was president of Physiography Club and vice-president of the Story-
Tellers' Club. Has remarkable ability to get A-plusses. A booster of everything worth
while. Most clever.
212. BEATRICE MEYER-A splendid student and a member of the Therapon Club.
Very sweet, and just as friendly as she can be. Generous and dependable.
213. WILLIAM MILES-Among the famous ones in the study hall the seventh period.
Loves to tease Miss Denny. A good friend of Paul Pontius.
214. GEORGE MILLER-Scientist, student, and philosopher, that's George in a nutshell.
During his hours as Chem. assistant, he works on a way to evaporate light and obtain
a temperature lower than absolute zero.
215. MARY MARGARET MILLER-An all-round, jolly, good girl. She is a Virgil and
French star, and always stand in well with the teachers. Likes "Taylored" things. We
ask the gentle reader to notice that "Mary" rhymes with airy, fairy, dary, and wary.
Has a very fascinating blush. Therapon.
216. CHARLES MITCHELL-An all-round athlete who stars in the classrooms also.
Charles participated in track and basket ball, and was captain of the '20 football team.
Always has a joke to tell.
217. ELSIE MITCHELL-If it's fun you want, Elsie is the girl. Full of life and laughs.
Quite a little dancer.
218. MARIE MOON-Just as sweet as she is pretty. Has a host of friends. Is often
accused of being a UB. V." Is still very fond of "dolls." Finished her course in Febru-
ary and entered Indiana University. Therapon.
219. LILLIAN MOORE-She is quiet but always on the lookout. An excellent art stu-
dent. It is said that she professes to be a man-hater but we're not so sure. An all-
round Shortridger. Therapon.
220. NICHOLAS MOORE-Very much interested in newspaper work and writes the
school notes for the "Star." Coming from the "Windy City," he has stirred up quite a
dust in Indianapolis. A loyal Shortridger and a credit to us.
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