University School - Mabian Yearbook (Hunting Valley, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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H 51 4 " il ' ' 96 4 , 2 -P .A , sg if 4, pphjiidfhvwllldvkd A ' 2213 in X! , .M ,,,.A,w 'Y in N , f PU V W! known for that happy smrle and wavy black harr possessor of a hasuly drs rntegratrng Studebaker prefers the famrly car to rt recerves most of CGS s yrbes- Adams my boy youre bluffrng he heh as hrm for Spanrsh and Modern Hrstory C to make hrs day challengrngj-constant source of aggra vatron to VO wrth hrs rndecrpherable mum blrng decrded to remarn a class star rather than grve varsrty sports a break known as a pretty mean soccer player farrly well known around the crtys racrng crrcles frequent vrsr tor to Ascot Park so much so you would thrnk hrs dad owned rt unfortunately for school le does not make book for hrs classmates lrkes to be clrfferent rn hrs tastes Cvrz clothes and womenj wanders far and wrde for both seen often at U S socral functrons one of Glee Clubs top warblers always out for a laugh and a good trme hrs future wrll be successful anywhere he goes 7 TOD WEATHERBEE ADAMS Year Entered I 950 Actzz mer Players Productron 4 C lee Club 5 4 Intramural Football Champrons 2 Intramural Soccer Champrons 3 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Wrestlrng l Frcshman Track l HEY BUSTER, How ABOUT TAKING FLEEBAG N THE THIRD? 'Ji ff CJ EAKIN GATE "T0a"- ' I . . 1 n- . - , 5f'A 7:4- '- ' . " " , 'SF r f S U s . . '- S s . . .. . ' 1 YQ r . ." . - ' 'rl -' luxlsf. ' ' 'T QQ, " N., - ' WX N f Z - -' tio, . Q .. -,, . -.' Q . . . - .. Di C- , - u GL if y .. - - 153 . lg :I , -J GILMAN BAKER ALLEN, JR. Year Entered 1952 A ati vitief: Second Honors 3 Mabmn Board 4 Cadmean Socrety 4 Varsrty Svs rmmrng 4 Squad 3 Gym Team 4 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 S Zi. EAKIN Cul known for hrs frequent excursrons to a Lerghron Road address for two years a tall lanky drver for the Varsrty splashers a part of the senror smoke stack once was caught short of cash for a parkrng Hne preferred Cleveland to the wrld and Wooly ranch lrfe of the West hrs noted drawl comes from thrs natural habrtat requrres half the Hoot when jrtterbuggrng often uses classes to drscuss football tactrcs wrth the masters showed these tactrcs wrth devastatrng power rn the keen class football competrtron enyoyed berng pledge over Chrrstmas so much that he wanted to grve the Easter vacatron a try hrs prrze creatron rs a full scale house whrch he constructed rn me chanrcal drawrng may later bu ld thc house found trmes prosperous as .1 dasnrng frrst baseman put rn applrcatrons to about ten drfferent colleges hrs classy Ford com ertrble rs recognrzed rn all parts of Shaker Herghts plans to devote hrs college and busrness lrfe to berng 1 wealthy archrtect 1 ' .- ' X! . . 'T' . .Q HALFA ' U -' ra ' ,. fig 1 .-f I ' H ll t' '- Q , l ! X p - gl .. V- cm NORMAN WARD ARNOS, JR. Year Entered 1954 A ctzz mer Cadmean Socnety 4 Varsrty Wrestlrng Squad 3 4 If . Us diy W3 1 wr x f PW? 1 YI 9 maria: 7 Q23 iQ EAKW 4 Arnre saw the lrght rn hrs yunror year and made the swxtch from Hudson Reforn School to US at mrd term started for the yarsrty grapplers after first match wore hrs new US jacket down at Reserve ldentrfied anywhere by hrs slow stroll and hrs mfecnous laugh Cadmean pledge who never was qurte on nme possessor of a red jeep stauon wagon biggest contrrbutor to the bonfire m years st11l finds vsood scraps rn hrs truck football ablllty was feared by all class stars somewhat a terror too on the sprmg baseball dramond held one of the hnest partres of all had good yarrety of refreshments Norms frlendlmess and good scnse of humor vull wm hlm many frrends ln the many ycars to come ,Jn 3 'ff -ll I v l 4 ,, . . . . . fu 5 X Q a 4 4 . .1 E , XXX f . ln- y- . 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U V ,AK V If ll 19-4 J Badge part of the Roxboro crew whrch journeyed over to Preppervrlle-often observed seekrng a rrde down Farrmount way can be seen wrth Brownmg Folger and company prefers Herghts female companrons to the H B and Laurel varrety renowned for h1s slrm warstlme which all the gnrls admire a lrvmg example of what Slenderella can do for you burns up the soccer turf and ball dramond wrth keen play annual terror on the mats durmg the wrntertnme often heard saymg Ive got to lose five pounds to get down o one hundred and three although llght hes full of dyna mrte before turnmg to the mrts was an ac complrshed basketball man strll sneaks a few shots now and then mrsses very few Prepper athletrc contests he wrll never forget the day Ralphs buffer left hrm wrthout an apron a hard workmg student who found the semor room a much happrer pl ce to resrde Georges frrendly sprnts and lt en mterest m studres should assure hrm 1 solrd spot m lrfe S X GEORGE FRANKLIN BADGER, JR Year Entered 1952 A ctivitier: Varsrty XY7l'6SI11Hg 2 4 Varsity Wrestllng Squad 3 Freshman Track Manager Mow 1' ml ln Mm 25 sec 5511-X qi , - . g W ff no N . . . - f 0 b . 1 9 I -1. 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EAKIN 'J olly Cholly Mr Waltons nea est rrval for long trme resrdence at US entered back rn the Pre Prrmary days and has been here ever srnce rs strll chaulfered to and from school ex ery day rn a brg black Cadrllac scared out of ever wantrng a drrver s lrcense by hrs hot rod brothers race car drrvrng one of Phrls top notch hrstory students amazed everyone by copprng the Current Events Prrze back rn the tenth grade always was hrgh on the honor roll untrl he ran rnto upper school math and physrcs ues wrth Harvey as possessor of largest toy soldrer collectron rn the Senror Class srxth grade Parchesr champron beaten an nually rn prng pong by Lenny Bryan strll rc membered for hrs famous unror Prrz Speech on Trbet rn the erghth grade after hours of studyrng parlramentary lavs and pledgrng fl nally was admrtted to the Forensrc Socrety has been a formrdable contender rn the class soccer ranks as far back as anyone can remember most famous for hrs boomrnv l00 vard goal krcks has a lrne drrxe rn class baseball as po Year Entered 1 942 Artiz'ilier.' Second Honors l 2 3 4 XVrnner of Current Ex ents Tcst 2 Forcnsrc Socrety 3 4 Freshman Socccr Team I tentral as hrs soccer krck a madcap socral playboy who found US partres and dances a lrttle too dull for hrs taste head d for Wash rngton and Lee where he rs sure to be a success E115 X .C If z""f'CsJ XQFZJ CHARLES M. BECKER f x Ur ,J v ,E A , I . . . . -G Q. . D 1 - . l . Z W ,Y i H X ll X W .,,. ,x S I If n xt . - . ' 2' Y f at . . . G- 3 7 - V . . . I ' B of Y ,f - f y fr, - S ft, X ' . J . f " ,ff s S X J f . . . - ' ' x C C . , 5- xg XJj,!!fDF A Y 'YW X . , aw, 1 Pl LEE RUSSELL BREWER Activities: Projection Club 3 4 Year Entered 1954 fvx-1 0 Q0 'V 9' evo N-sf fr'fv3Nf1Q',f K X., g-, A X..x.. S' Ts-as -Eamon or HIGHWAY lol 679 Brewah QAIIRS Klng Farouk J 1mm1 grated from Shaker Hrgh jolned the Navy to see the world spends most of hrs time m the Senror Room moves wrth amazlng alertness and agrhty to Mrlk and Crackers one of the thrnnest rn the class often seen drrvlng an MG prefers a 55 Mercury convernble always ready for a street fight was mentxoned rn many chapel programs w1ll always be re membered for that famous motor bnke fseldom dld the bnke functxon properly but thns never stopped Leeb once known as the terror of Hxghway 87 never found tnme to wrrte themes Lou s clfums that he can float longer than any one rn the school vnslts the Shaker HCIQIIS polrce statron regularly because of drnmg the wrong way on one way streets brulslng tackle durmg the class football campalgn can nex er be found durmg extra help common apparel conslsts of black denrm trousers and a motor cycle jacket finds El Dros xery lnterestmg to pass the trme wlth 7 -, I - . . t - . n . . . , . N Q I T R S X Q , Q , K . - . , 4 - . . . Y '64, ' Rf- for V.O.-never m1ssed hrs Frzday lunch at X 5 " 4 K f ' - .' . . . - Nsxx E'-. 'fgf' . . - . . ' N E.: A ' " l l fl L' l VVJ . ' ' c., x ,.,c., - - t L . . l WILLIAM LLOYD BROWNING III Year Entered 1944-1950,- 1953-1956 A ciiz ities: Second Honors 2 5 Varsrty Wrestlrng Squad 2 3 4 Varsrty Tennls Squad 2 Varsxty Track Squad 3 Varsrty Football Squad 4 Intramural Football Captam 4 VARSITY CJ F-'Q -remu. 4- R327 CLASS Fee '- 7 18 B111 class football star who showed such talent that he was pulled up to the Varsrty barely mlssed a letter wrestled a b1t found hlmself m an unfortunate wenght classxficatron track man who gave the half mlle a try never could get the proper coachlng to become a champlon has never gone anywhere wrthout Folger former Roxboro student who added to the lxst of US men from that location left never speaks wrthout bemg spoken to thought school was easy untrl he dlscovered a subject called Physlcs rn hrs senror year stlll managed to attam those much deslred honors will have no trouble gettmg mto college-never seen at a US dance or party possesses an lmmaculate wardrobe which he presents to the school prece by plece through the entnre year Blll w1ll certarnly have no trouble ln whatever he does as a result of hrs natural abllmes and fine character o . - . - - x - ' ' - W 6 'S 5 W LL -I I ' ' N any loquaciousness there that he ever pogssed cg: , L , a . - A we D a QR I Lenny one of the class s qureter members spends many endless hours pourrng over hrs massrve troprcal fish collectron works week ends and summers rn the Gordon Park Aquar rum rs headed for a probable rchthyology career owns the school record for field excuses fenvy of the entrre school for thrs drstrnctronj uses hrs talents on the class soccer field when he does make rt outsrde exhrbrts a fiery brand of ball has never been to gym rn the wrnter always heads home after the last perrod bundled up rn hard workrng student who usually manages to procure honors never seen wrthout hrs brref case hasnt changed hrs sport coat rn hrs sojourn at the old school can be recognrzed by hrs polka-dot bow rre rrdes about town rn a handsome Mercury uses the Raprd Transrt for hrs trrp home from school acquarntance wrth Raprd drrvers El Dros Fan Club hrs hard work wrll earn hrm top ratrng wherever he goes has a casual presrdent of 19 LEONARD FRANKLIN BRYAN Year Entered 1948 A cti vilier: Frrst Honors l Lum Laude 4 Second Honors 2 Mabran Board 4 Players Productron 4 Cx QQ K-l I'-:i in- EAKW K1 li 7 ' p -1 . . Q . . u . - - -h 7 n 4 u - Aix' -Z-sfsf J . . . . . O l rf . - 0 9 Oz r 6: H r I, 0 - . . I u N - . - . L J J N Q earmuffs and overcoat, regardless of weather- ' ' -'P -- 1 . r' Q' U vfvov- E x K - e- r a eff f M ' . . - ' W 4 ' I ' . . . - . l . W - - . ,, I - . . LII l Coop one of the classs Hawken alumnr possesses more red H s than there are sports there undrsputed fan of the opposrte sex mactlve presldent of the B1ll Cooper Fan Club Cbranches at H B and Laurel 2 has broken more hearts than Harvey-drove a flashy maroon con verttble untrl he dxscovered everybody else has one lxke rt switched to a sleek black coupe but was unable to overtake Watts bomb wtnter season offered other pleasures than tram mg Cadmeans unhapprest pledge played a rough tackle for the Lnttle jack grldders can be seen at every party even gave one once tn hrs freshman year wears a dnstmcttve bow txe every day spent hrs summer days behind the wheel of a Hortst truck and mghts out Orange and Chagrm way-one of Mrller s worst antagontsts Coop enloys the socnal side of the scene and has always proved qulte successful IH rt hrs llfe w1ll be very successful WILLIAM HERBERT COOPER Year Entered 1953 A ctw mer Edward Moore Socnety 4 Cadmean Socxety 4 Mabmn Board 4 Players Productlon 4 Varslty Football 4 Squad 3 Varslty Wrestlrng Squad 2 3 Freshman Sophomore Prom Committee 2 Iumor Prom Commtttee v "'N'WM""'x WELL SHE S ALLRICHT auf Nor Luce MY Foun ..,.---J ,gnc 1.3 C 20 f . 3 K D ,. . . , fnnf - . info - . . - Lx 0 3 g' 0 2 F - 5 fa V. 7 l . . . M . . - . , in . I5 - - - .I '.'.', t was a Herce heav wer ht untnl he dxscovered the ::'Et1,:'gEE: 1'r'."n" ' ' , vfmieeefg Qelvi: ' - ' ' - mai? .- . ,. - -n 122212521 X . . J -A ROBERT JAMES CRAWFORD Year Entered 1950 A ctwmer Frrst Honorsl 2 3 4 Cum Laude 4 Mabm Board 3 4 News Board 3 4 Forensrc Socrety 3 4 Players Productron 3 Assrstant Drrector Players 4 Freshman Soccer 1 Q' we - ix X15 X W - gif' we Z:-11' LEG EGU W., 2 fpm V' r E! Crvu. M013 L 0 Dusemals C Mr-:D fin 'ru Sf N8 622 "" I ...PW U17 v-qu - - Q-ff! - ' i - gl Z 2 X- -T ' . . . .. . - . 4 B Q Z . . . . .' ' 4 - his spare study periods trying to blow up the 'Q OF Q - 9+ 1 'sa' . '- N 3 ' Crawfish or just plarn Crawf has achreved nearly every scholastic honor possrble many 95 averages and numerous near mrsses has used the lrbrary as a study hall for so many years he has the charrs worn to fit hrs contour shares wrth Lrttle the drstrnctron of havrng hrs trrg papers used as the gradrng key never seems to be bothered by RGW s attempts to find slrp ups on hrs papers-can be found durrng chem lab wrth hrs werrd experrments possesses a fine skrll rn wrrtrng and most lrkely has a srzable lrbrary of 4C papers from Chrlt s classes a handy reporter for the Newr to have around when the staff needs a specral perennral threat rn class sports he rs sard to have a pretty mean boot on the class soccer freld never been able to conjure up a really good field excuse that would enable hrm to drspense wrth the perrodrc B whrch keeps those unrefrned 94 averages from lookrng more suave at 95 one of the frner members of the class of 1956 who wrll undoubtedly score many hrts at college THOMAS EDWARD CURRIER Yew Entered 1945 Arm mer Second Honors 3 4 Class Secretary 2 Dorm Prefect Board 3 4 Cadmean Socrety 3 r Glee Club 3 4 Athletrc Councrl 4 Varsrry Soccer 3 4 Varsrty Swrmmrng Squad 2 3 Varsrty Baseball 3 Captarn 4 Squad 2 Freshman Football l Freshman Swrmmrng 1 Freshman Baseball Captarn 1 MWWM ill, v Ziff 439 ,WR 5 ,5,A'l"' .gui mlfy Y 72 Tom greatest thrrd base coach rn the schools hrstory Cadmean member who loves to torment pledges bragged about hrs 32 Ply goes he can be heard srngrng one of hrs favotrte hrll brlly songs after commutrng to school Tom decrded to try Dormrtory lrfe and has spent hrs last 2 years there swrtched to soccer hrs lunror year and starred for Molten suavest harr comber at US baseball captarn who promrsed to hrt 500 for JD member of the flat noters rn Glee Club broke everythrng up at the Old Trarl concert when hrs vorce cracked durrng a song always has 2 or 3 women on the strrng spends more trme across the street than rn the Dorm after 2 years on the swrm mrng squad Tom became a drrbbler and has been wowrng them rn the class crrcurt grades rose sharply hrs junror year and have kept hrm rn the top of hrs class one of the best dressed boys rn school has hrs eyes on Yale Tom s abrlrty to make frrends rn all srtuatrons wrll rnsure hrm a successful future . y 'A :A y . . A, J - Y t . . . L M 4 c , , r I , c g' . r S 3 , ' 1 rl ' T - 'r .Al JM ' ' - f .45 . , ,I-tes" if " ' ' 3.45, " ,a-J' mouth until Meck beat him-everywhere he X l '-ffrb' our 9, - 0, . . . . 59 '14 5' . . . - .Tl 7 5 I i r . . - . . in , - VIR '. . I "- I -- 1 1 . ' . ' ' ' 1 7 - - - . X . - . - , Durg won the senror class presrdency wlthout a campangn led C G S astray wxth 100 dlfferent alxbrs somehow managed to stay out of detentxon study every other week admrrer of sprrngnme athlencs showed promxse as a rawboned prtcher durrng sophomore year but was forced mto renrement after hrttmg seven varslty soccer who turned rn the hat trrck agannst Case though often harassed by Ruhlman s Drnbblmg Dunkers captamed an undefeated five on the basketball floor hrs jump shots snll have N lls wonderrng rf he dndn t make a mrstake rn choosmg the varsrty five garnered first honors and Cum Laude wrthout studymg raced through Cadmean and Eddy Moore pledging at Breck neck speed strll frowns on scarfs and gnrls wrth appendncxtls famed for h1s contact lenses and thnck malts orrgnnator of the Stay home lf you aren t prepared for the test plan never wrote a story for the New: m his three years on the board possessor of the bnggesr harem ln the class vuth hrs suave easy gomg manner Carl rs assured of a brrght future CARL HENRY DOERGE, JR. Year Entered 1953 A ctn mer Fxrst Honors 3 Second Honors 7 4 Cum Laude 4 Class Presrdent 4 Edward Moore Socrety 3 4 Cadmean Soclety 4 N ew! Board 2 3 4 Mabzan Board 5 Clrculatron Manager 4 Players 4 Glee Club 4 Varsnty Soccer 4 Squad 9 Varsnty Baseball Squad 2 Varsxty Track 3 Varslty Tennls 4 Gym Team 4 B Basketball Team 2 Captam Intramural Basketball 3 4 Champions 4 Semor Prom Commxttee Chzurman 4 junror Prom Commnttee 3 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee 2 COME ON CARL. X 0' I' ll u . l - . '. ' fry . .- f ' , A Q batters in succession -- high-scoring forward. on . f . ' f . f . -5 j - . ' 4 . . . - 4 . . T , 1 H H D ' 7 I Y i . 1 i- . 1 - - - -.1 - - -. . . T . I - , .H , n . 1 ,Q u I 4239 E one of the most well rounded mem bers of the class greatest accompllshment was holdmg down the leadmg part ln the play for two years has been compared by many to Barrymore undoubtedly one of VO s closest buddxes stalwart freshman football star who turned to soccer m quest of a mans game finally attamed hrs goal by starting m the Reserve game played a little ball for Nils thls Wmter learned all he knew from Ace and Eddle Logan gave up the court m his yumor year for the players summer ball player who ac qunred the name Bomber for hrttmg towermg talents to the track squad ln hrs junnor year tred a school record by takmg three srxths m one meet that made up hrs mrnd to pursue a career as a first sacker gnfted bass nn Hruby s famous glee club only boy who cherlshes the prrvrlege of srttmg on stage durmg chapel one of those who garned poise and eloquence through Mr Thomson s Forensic Society-drives a drsmtegrated green Plymouth whlch has seen xts better days great party glver and goer 24 BRUCE WEBB EAKEN, JR. Year Entered 1952 A clivitier: Senior Honors Players3 Presldent 4 Glee Club 3 4 Varsity Soccer 4 Squad 3 Varsxty Track Squad 3 Varsity Basketball Squad 4 B Basketball 2 Freshman Football l Freshman Basketball l Freshman Baseball 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commxttee 2 R ,. N wsu. Au. NOW LISTEN HERE Bnucs RIG-HT VO EAKIH l- 1 I ' . - he 1 , smashes across Ashley Road - also lent his f . . ,, . U? L -1. . . , X 'N . . X 1 I 7 FREDERICK WILLIAM EAKIN Year Entered 1946 A ati vitiex: Edward Moore Society 4 Mabum Board 3 Art Edltor 4 News Board 3 Cartoomst 4 Players Productron 3 4 Varsrty Soccer 2 B Basketball 2 Freshman Soccer Captarn Freshman Basketball 1 Freshman Baseball 1 Intramural Soccer Captam 4 Intramural Basketball Captatn 4 Intramural Tennrs Champlon Iumor Prom Commrttee Semor Prom Committee avi: ' Nm 63 KJ X 3. IS .yff-fir' A tRCul.AR 6 -ii 1. 'll Vw Wlld Will One of our better dressed lads has never been seen wrthout a sport yacket and a regne by far the best artrst rn our class outstandmg art edrtor of the N ewr lmed those semors whom the brography wrrters of thrs annual drdn t malrgn has been captam of more class teams than you can name slashed hrs way to frrst place on the class tenms ladder plays for as long as he can remember rs lookrng forward to a change gets an early mormng workout by walkrng to school each day won t mrss R G W s algebra course IS one of the few that actually lrcked Rugged Ralph s M D course has the finest collection of autographed baseballs ln town rs occastonally seen lost be hmd the wheel of a large gray Cady Brll s quxet but wmnmg personality coupled vu 1th hrs art1st1c abrlrty should brrng hrm success ' 1 n ' . I 5 l l fp ,, . .Hi wx 1 I. - - - 5 .Q X A - .- . -... ., 'J y p y ' 1. . . .n . - 'E ,, . f ' LL LO! T I I 3,4-' a wicked game of ping-pong-has been at U.S. es l - gg - . . 1 t N -- .., ,512 - . ' ' ' Num 1 , . ' 1 f t -'I ROGER ELLIS EASTMAN Year Entered 1952 A ctit iliex: Glee Club 3 4 Caclmean Socrety 4 Varslty Baseball Squad 2 3 4 Varsity Football Squad 4 Gym Team 4 Varsrty Football jr Manager 3 Assrstant Baseball Manager 1 Water Polo Captam 3 Champlons 4 '11 '1 Q ' 3 5 W :v 5 0 'ffl '5 on F5 53 oo 9. P15 Q Diff! 65" My T , ,5 O N 0 TRADITIGN 5, Y? X QBWN 26 Beast hrs curly harr and athletlc burld have left many women starry eyed loves blondes who go away to school has a great trme at any type party gave up a football managershlp job rn favor of other thmgs US s answer to Lou Groza still baffled as to why he mrssed hrs letter drvrdes hrs time betvs een water polo and hockey durrng the wmter few people can contend wrth hrm rn the pool leadrng scorer rn the Arena Hockey Leagues he llkes to mrx rt up when on the lce plays a less rough but good game of baseball garnered a baseball letter last sprmg 6 no thanks to old man weather! when hes rn left held hrs voice can be heard for mlles around utrhzes hrs foghorn rn the Glee Club too two year letterman m French aced physlcs with llttle drfflculty one of the chref mechanics for Sackett s Whrte Whale loves to rmrrate j D study halls would be a bore wrthout hrm hkes to rough lf wrth the natrves Rog rs sure to be a hlt wherever the future fmds htm xx Q1 '- '- f ,te - - y J: qw . . . . - l'5?:: ' SSL . . ' . . T 4 IX I I G I . . . 4 2 1 l f " 6, X or the past two seasons- can play any PO?lf1OD 6 of , x, 1 i 5 N' . . - . 'Y I .. ' X H T X-.4 . ,,-' J The bzg fella recently voted by a group of female fans the funnrest guy m the senlor class almost as well known for hrs fabulous half court hook shot played tackle for the Prepper eleven sull remembers that tackle from N rchols seems to appreclate New Year s E lnkes to play Santa Claus grafted hrs way 1nto the prefect board his senlor year well known for hrs replxes to Ace lnked El Dxos so well that he stayed another year Cm facr recently elected presb loves partxes and all that goes wrth them the only sports edltor who doesnt know what goes mto hrs page untnl 1ts been prmted remembered for hls trnp to the Cape enjoys draggmg Mlller hked honors so well that he finally got them gave the most orngmal senior speech comer of many a new phrase thought sernously of wrestlnng but the lure of basketball stole htm away llked Chevolts but declded Big Blue Dodges are better holds down the mrghty Veep job of the Cadmean never mrsses Heck Year Entered 1 933 Actu mer Sennor Honors 4 Class Secretary 3 Prefect Board 4 Mabum Board 9 Sports Edltor 4 Near Board 7 Assoclate Edltor 9 Sports Edltor 4 Cadmean Society J Vlce Presldent 4 Varsltv Basketball Squad 3 4 Varslty Football 4 Squad 3 Varsity Tennls Squad 2 3 Team 4 B Basketball Team 2 Semor Prom Commlrtee 4 unxor Prom Commxttee J Nrght Stu s warm personahry and fme sense of humor have contrrbuted greatly to thls year s Semor Class and he w1ll probably be an out standxng addntlon to any college group I 0' N x 6:1 N ge' VHERES S1-U ? 289 77 - K . , . 5 . . , l "7 3 . , . . , . , V 9 7 , Q J . . , 3 -1 I . Y I - ve- . F . , W ' " -a l . charter member of the S. R. Peyser Fan Club . . , 5 ' T In 1 C . , . . r Z . . . T . ., . ,, . Q. - X , 90 I! L - awvllll ,pew r 1 ' - I -.N O . S- . .. , 'g . N f STANLEY STUART EILERS Freshman Sophomore Prom Commlttee 7 Errauc Enc the West Sndes Romeo knows every glrl rn the clty and many out of town too a member of Varsrty Party Team captamed a bone crushmg class football team one of the Dorms pranksters and an out standrng vocalnst for Mr Hruby stxll has all the Florida polrce lookmg for htm lnkes to confuse Mr Baker man of unusual clothes and talents owns several speed skatmg txtles enjoys lrghtlng up between classes holds the t1tle for Most mxlk stolen at Mxlk 84 Crackers has to go out three txmes a week to see hrs women always has an eye out for a party always tbreazenmg to brmg hls grades up ten pomts can never decide which days to be excused from field closes his eyes and eats everythrng on the table at lunch always has an excuse ready for Mr Sanders hrs person ahty w1ll undoubtedly make hxm a hut at any college he attends A ctiz ilief Mabmn Board 4 Glee Club 3 4 Players Production 4 I JOHN HILLMER ERICSSON Year Entered 1954 junior Prom Comm1ttee 3 Dorm Dance Commrttee 5 4 O W 'U FI E : P11 :s FV "1 N 3 C V1 E '11 o o P1 tr N .- .. P-l fb N B .ut . I ' ,I I I . . 2 . ' ' I I z TE . - . .EFI - I V, s , :Q . ' ' : ' ' :sr . -I I I - V1 Ui . 5. I . . . . H ' i I I 50- i ' . I u I . Q . QQ . . I ' : I - I E 5 'X , x, 1, C I 'IQ'-A- I I 4' t ' . V -I z . , y 5 z V I I X' N' I R , 'Q' fQf'9' ' .. I ' ' I . N ' - 5 ' fo, - ,,"' J I ' ' VIE WPI! HMM WAVE png -mrn. In H mr 28 f BUT MRS KRAUSE I DON T WANT TO BE ANALYZED EAKIN WILLIAM CARLYLE EVANS Year Entered 1991 Actzwtzer Players Productnon 4 Glee f'lL1b2 5 4 Varslty Football Squad 2 3 4 Varsity Baseball Squad 2 9 Freshman Football 1 Freshman XX'restl1ng 1 Freshman Baseball 1 JUVENILE NOT You couR'r 5 'NW AGAIN EVANS Y I Q BUT You RE H onora IAM THATS THE GUY wwocsm 'rms , ,Ma b f EAKIN 9 Evy C The Skatlng Club Janltor J has to shave every Hve mrnutes one of the two Semors to play Varsxty Football for three years never content to chase one woman three year Baseball man and one of Uncle Franks three year vocallsts can never remember how to get home from Mentor has drrven hrs famous blue green convert for ten years largest f1le of excuses and K A s m US has thrown some of the best blasts of them all went wlld over clder season has new er taken a book to study hall has the most credlt hours IH the Senlor room a real terror on the basket ball court has never learned the rules always the last man to leave 1 party another one vs ho has found gambltng a source of bread -doesn t know who has U S Hlstory teacher rs somehow stays sort of elrgxble always manages to have at least one date before school every mornmg llkes to wear suave clothes llkes vs ater tow ers especxally Reserx e s Blll has a frrendly person alxty enjoyed by es eryone and w1ll make a htt vnherex er he goes .....-la , . tk' ' 'gi ' to x 7 l eeeee 'fy ,. ,,-,, . ..,,- f y fa I . - 2 , , .. f ' 4 if ff fx Q 0 has cut more classes than he attended - has the L ' ' ' T , f S , - , 4 3 f 5 . . - ' y , I ,H T T -. f - E 7 g 'XX . - -.. ,F ' . . 4 V0 U . U F - ' 'ss " g 1- . A F! " 1 'l na -. . . 1 1 93 . , . ' . ' ' - X4-gz I I ' 1 1 .- 3 J ROBERT LEWIS FAIRBANK Year Entered 1 953 A czivizier: Second Honors 2 3 4 Cum Laude 4 Class Treasurer 3 Edward Moore Socrety 4 Varsrty Basketball 3 Cfrptarn 4 Varsrty Baseball 3 4 Squad 2 Athletrc Councrl 4 All Interstate Basketball Team 3 4 2nd Place School Foul Shootrng Contest 4 Crty Foul Shootrng Contest 4 junror Prom Commrttee 3 yu VI x gg gf EAKIN F 7 ' ' " " -re- XX I l T I to the nets -in the spring played a rugged frrst 1 5 C 3 ,, ,, . - 1 I . . - 6 - . g . . . . . C, ' , I . I .... . l 30 Banker captarned Parmas drrbblers as a fine reboundrng and shootrng star basketball career also consrsted of Aces B team membered as a doubtful starter for the Reserve game untrl an arlrng knee healed always had a love for metal shop but wasn t permrtted to srgn up for a two year course lover of rock and roll musrc once dressed for New Years Eve rn all prnk attrre runs a rental shop for chapel dress stalwart member of class soccer who seldom had a day when he drdn t punch one and second base for JD s batmen once con srdered a swrtch to Peysers net crew owner and prlot of a dualed Ford whrch he uses much of the trme at nrght rumored he went through school wrth no ard from Superman always at tamed a hrgh average spent numerous Saturday afternoons entertarnrng the Interstate opposrtron consrders hrs fellow students as delrnquents serrously thought of berng a golden glover hrs personalrty wrll brrng htm many frrends at college Slammm Sammy named for his idol in the world of golf ardent fan of this sport who claimed to have had invitations from the White House rivals Bill Miller for the Ben Memorial Trophy CBen Hogan that 152 shows a more emotional side when translating Spanish victim of many of Carter G s sarcastic WIIII eisms honor student who finds time to study between playing table tennis eraek historian who is considered 1 better mind at U S History proved him wrong most loyal member of the Forensic Society gaxe a month prexiew of his Senior Speech possesses one of the strangest boots in class soccer assumes a fatherly look when smoking his pipe loses fast cars and drag races Bob s vsell rounded personality and good nature will bring him much success at eollege and beyond ROBERT ALLEN FARMER Year Entered 1954 Actzz me: Second Honors 4 Intramural Soccer Captain 4 Dorm Dance Committee 4 WHAT SAY SUNNY P o WANT TO DRAG LADY P KT-3 X ef 'M Q4-2:1 Q suicx -'- - an hh EAKIN ill . 'E . f . i i . I -. . . 1 - Q ifrxg ei, be 'gg ,au than Phil--often contradicted him until Eilers E A .-. l' fl - l ' I -X 3 Q G Dan endlng hrs nllustrlous thlrteen year stay recently known for hrs Robert Hall ward robe-gave hrs talents to N11 s hoopsters besndes addmg to the value of the B team two year man for the first year mechanrcal drawmg course never had drivers license long enough to obtam Aces permxssxon to wheel a car one of many who drdnt need honors to study rn The Hall of Books keeps the crowd rollrng w1th hrs rmpersonatnons of the faculty can be found baskmg ln the Florlda sun durmg sprmg vacatnon mam ambmon wm out as head of the Hrlltoppers ended the class foot ball season wrth a sore hand saves hrs last mghts homework for study halls precedmg classes nex er mlsses a gala aHa1r was once sard to be lnke Webster never ran out of words dash and shot man for a rugged sun tan squad was the chauffeur of a black Ford untrl lf changed shape a regular vxsltor at rock and roll shows ln Cleveland after shows usually seen at Manners DANIEL MURRY FLEIG Year Entemd 1945 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttec 7 VENI VIOI VICI . . 5 . . , wr , gs. if , y QM f -f e e L . ., . - . .. ,. - - E Z5 Dl - . , . . . . -. f 1 - . .. , . 1 V . . T.. 6327 renew Ofal THOMAS KENT FOLGER Year Entered I 950 Adu mer Second Honors 5 Second Place unror Prrze Speakrng Contest Glee C lub 3 4 Octet 4 Varsrty Wrestlrng 2 3 Varsrty Wrestlrng Squad 4 Intramural Football Captam 4 Freshman Baseball 1 '-fg kc.. ll! 'Tw fx 61 Has never stopped combrng hrs hart known for hrs rmmaculate dress one of the few who does hrs French homework led hrs class foot ball team to many a vrctory a member of Hruby s warblrng erght can be seen grapplrng for SRB s slave group wears a drfferent sports coat everyday has never stopped argurng wrth Gross over matters of rntellect one of those who never studred but contrnually gar nered honors an avrd member of the track squad who achreved one of the finest sun tans rn school one of the few actrve members of the Senror Room who helps keep that domrcrle rn good shape hrts a hot prano key rn hrs spare trme hrs fine success at US should be repeated at college rn all fields J. .7 . N Fl -,ui " -l n .- f es ' - ' - jx," , . . I " . fx , -- . -3 ..- -1 . X l 1 r ' . ' v- l - ' FK F . J ' ,- ' .. I I . D - T-. . U' . . Q lf 'l r X!! l TA' .rf x ' QSSJ PAUL HUGUS GAITHER, 1V Year Entered 1952 Actzuner Frrst Honors 2 5 Second Honors 1 Lum Laude 9 4 Edward Moore Socrety 4 Glee Club 4 Athletrc Councrl 4 Varsrty Track Squad 2 3 Varsrty Wfrestlrng Manager 4 Freshman Track 1 ein NX P-NP' N RE ST Ll NG' WEIGHTS be ZZ2 34 Jeb one of the Hrst Roxborortes to reach U S strll prefers hrs Roxboro vsomen to those of HB or Laurel a long legged runner on the sun tan squad never seems to get trred of the Oval plays some rough water polo for a whrle decrded collectrng trckets for J D was less strenuous always has a twrnkle rn hrs eye finds teachers exceptronally amusrng throws unforgettable blasts around Halloween fpartrcrpants rdentrtres hrdden by Costumesj often heard outsrde the lrbrary sayrng But all I drd was tell Mrs Martrn enjoys senror room antrcs used to prlot a brrght yellow Burck convert up Farrmount every mornrng at erght never got to school untrl 8 45 helps Mr Baker by supplyrng hrm Wrth all the answers has had outstandrng grades whrch are well deserved has a date for every occasron very good lookrng collegrate dresser recerves few demerrts demonstrates some of the best sprrrt rn school has seldom mrssed an event hrs contrrbutron to US demonstrates that hrs contrrbutron to lrfe wrll be just as successful ,. ' 'V 3 . . X I .. ,, . X x 1 - . - , I ' I 1 - , Zifliifflfl - - - zrieirtzrfiezi Q 3 - ' ' ' jzziggiieiiii N0 spmnas 5 Q - . - A LEW... .,,, vu. ll4I'v4 If Yr ' I . I - .-.7 . Q' 4. . . f I f ' eif - ' : - . ' '.:, . . . ' x - ' -a I - . . - . Drck approaches Metzger for party throwmg award upholdmg nf not rmprovmg tradrtlonal Gelcr standards at US knows everybody rn Cleveland and other outstandmg locatrons meets them all at hrs partres has a harem from the West Srde to Connectrcut captarns a mean varsrty wrestlmg team also xndulges ln football and track has considered entermg the Olymplcs rn skung another rac of Georgran Bay always has a laugh and a good word for everyone has held famous stu dymg parties durrng the crazy nrghts before exams has bought a fleet of bombs from money lost rn the slot machmes lrkes to fake out an1e once threatened to buy a fire engrne was seen skatmg early New Years Day l carton of wrld summer blasts lrkes to shoot hunters strll hasnt learned how to sleep m class wrth hrs eyes open almost talked Skm ner rnto Georgetown starts laughmg upon srght of US lunches often speaks to hxmself m Spanrsh or IS heard saymg Oh I just remem RICHARD ROBERT GEIER Year Entered 1950 Actnzlzer N eu J Advertrsmg Manager 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Athletrc Counc1l4 Varsrty Wrestllng 3 Captain 4 Squad 2 Gym Team 4 Varslty Football Squad 4 Athletrc Councrl 4 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Vfrestlmg Captam Freshman Track Squad 1 umor Prom Commrttee 3 bered I was supposed to HO HO HO Drck s easy gomg manner and fine sense of hu mor wrll certamly brmg hrm much success and happrness re'-al fo? . . 1 J . . ing" enthusiast at Mentor- has wild memories 1 . . . . it I . i , , Y l V ' . . l J T . ., ,. , ' - 4 - 0- y B . . - ,, . . A g , . I . Q i . A -6' ' ' 7 Har ranked second as class hoodlum behrnd The Rrpper possesses an unusual wardrobe whrch helps hrm attam hrs trtle owns undoubtedly the coolest auto on the lot envy of those who have to be satrsfied wrth just an ordmary vehrcle two year soccer letterman on Moltens soccer team one of the teams frequent scorers rn hrs semor year one of the few US men who braved the language barrrer workrng track man who gets a nrce sun tan each sprxng runs the half mrle on occasron rarely seen at a US party ladres man though had entrre soccer team pantmg as hrs harem followed hrm to Reserve last fall takes the easy way out rn the wmter wrth a lrttle class basketball gaxned a coxeted captamshrp last wrnter hard worker who always seems to stay above average HARLEY WILCOX GHEEN Year Entered 1951 A ctivitier: Varsity Soccer 5, 4 Varsity Track Squad 2 5 Freshman Soccer 1 Freshman Track 1 C0000 I- CAIL MAN Cooool. bl M A 1. Q EQJETQT-gg Q36 ,. I., - . . .- A . . ' Y , ' L , - W . . . - 'Vita Q to attehd Sunday afternoon soccer games-hard A M, j- . r J . . - ' ' , - QD ' . . . . l y Z O' ' J LEWIS MILLER GOODMAN Year Entered 1943 Actn mer Second Honors 5 Cum Laude 4 Edward Moore Society 3 4 Mabmn Board 4 Athletnc Councrl 3 4 Varslty Basketball 5 Varsnty Tennls 2 Captarn 5 4 Freshman Basketball 1 Freshman Tennrs 1 Intramural Footbal' Captaln 1 Intramurll Basketball Captarn 2 NME GAME vvHCXDPS if 12? M EAKIN Lurszto the boy wrth the short golden harr who sends all the women dashmg after hnm often seen strolllng through the halls wrth can remember when D arrlved when he gets behmd the wheel of hrs blg black Olds all Shaker Henghts shudders was the real reason for the defeat of Reserve at the last Class Soccer Lhampxonshtp Game achieved a real honor last year when hrs teammates elected htm cap tam of tenms as a junnor a frequent soclalxte and when Lew does go out he IS usually seen wxth one of hts many Shaker gxrls two year member of the Edward Moore Society after mxssmg xt when he was a sophomore Lew made the basketball squad last year and has been one of N1ls favorltes ever snnce when college came near he buckled down and got hnmself ap pomted to the Cum Laude Soclety Lew IS the mamstay of the tennxs team and ts a three year letterman when he wants to Lew can be the funnnest boy nn the school Lews sense of humor and all around abllxty wnll make a suc cessful future for hxm ' 1 his head in the clouds-only boy at U.S. who Y- '41 H J... J - B 6 ee ' U ' . ' ' K gy . . , . 1- - A ' . . . - A , 5 i 9 . U . . - . l E. Q: ' - u - '10-f . C375 JAMES TOURO GREENBERG Year Entered 1952 Actiz'itieJ.' Glee Club 4 Players Production 4 V arsrty Track Squad 3 4 Varsrty Football Squad 4 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee NNW QQ? Greenre frosh football star drdn t make the grade to varsrty un nl senror year and then was mlured one of the best known smoke stacks of the class escorts pretty young blonde around from Laurel clarms to have seen every lrttle spot about Parrs wont release any ma terral about hrs crurse from Europe home alone-seemed to keep a few thrngs uncovered about the trrp untrl Rogers opened up fights every mrnute to keep tradltron busy on the basketball floor ardent admrrer XJ Q3-.il 'Q ho ZWXQX T' EAKIN CSD partrcrpate rn one-often seen wrth a member of last years rllustrrous class never wrll forget hrs tangles with Ace rn Latm II used hrs drrvmg permrssron only two days a week never stayed for a Frrday lunch jlms frrendly manner IS bound to bring hrm success on 4 0 gn- . -.. . - ng! D K . B- . . f . ,, . . ,, Q A V Q 58 j of the gym'exhibitionQhas yetlto 0 0 f um , . . ev , - - Q ' - . . n Mason the Beethoven from a place called Bratenahl played the plano for Mr Hrubys glee club for four years staunch admrrer of all the faculty and usually seen drscussmg extra assrgnments wrth them farthful manager of Mr Mac s ball club ID the sprmg never studrecl for exams but still aced chemrstry and US history XICIOUS class soccer booter who sent our frrends from the country on the wrng wrthout hrs camerl at school events and partres spends most of hrs txme rn the lrbrary or burnmg up the chemistry lab became Cum Laude m sprte of study habrts can be seen wendmg hrs may to and from school rn an ann quated Pontrac only member of class takrng college course rn hlgh school has the abllnty to flght wrth Folger and speak French m Mon sleur Foxs class one of the boys hoprng to recerve a college educatlon at Harvard or Yale rivals Crawford for top honors-never seen erry celebrrty from the Youth Councll spends hrs spare txme panntmg hosprtals got hrs pncture 1n the paper for nt bombs around ln a casual Ford convertlble can often be seen wrth a college grrl one of the few U S students who IS stxll fightmg the War Between and stlll shows 1ts mfluence member of the Solrd South who never could see the Repub lrcan porn: of vrew loyal member of VO s productlon staff who procured a field excuse to erect stage props very aggressrve when tryrng to sell tnckets to the play member of the wrestlmg squad for two years but declded to grve rt up hrs senror year always seems to turn up at Farrmount and Coventry on Sunday mornrng no matter how late he was out the nxght before a typlcal example for anyone on what school sp1r1t 15 wrll be successful m college and later llfe wherever he goes 40 JEROME GEORGE HALL Year Entered 1 950 A clzz mer Players 2 Players PI'0ClLlCIl0f1 4 Varsity Wrestllng Squad 2 3 Freshman Wrestllng Squad l Senror Prom Qommlttee 55 NIOR Room MAuN1'sNANcs Mm OOCL HEY WE RE OUT HJ l, T. 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I -LF the States-born and raised in the Confederacy I E269 . . . - U I 1 at a a 5 l WILLIAM MURRAY HARGETT Year Entered 19-19 A cm mes Edward Moore Society 4 Cadmean Society 7 4 Mabum Board 4 Glee Club 4 Players Production 4 Varsity Baseball 2 5 4 Varsity Football 2 3 4 All Interstate Baseball 3 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Basketball Manager l Freshman Baseball 1 unror Prom Committee 3 Freshman Sophomore Prom Committee 7 Senior Prom Commrttee 4 IS ANY BODY GOING TOWARDS fxx JUDIES HOUSE? lf EAKIN 4 Brll has a varrety of nicknames Har gee boo or Hargre sometimes even called Tuffy by close friends proud possessor of eight letters two of them came from some rnstrtutron where he secured some additional years has played end for three drfferent foot ball coaches but strangely he has prtched for only one baseball coach spent the recent off season as a versatile captain of hrs alternate basketball water polo team known for hrs fabulous parties which only a select few attend always wants to go look at television but no one can find hrs television room has been an ardent admirer of HB s attractions for a long trme a great advocate of playrng the field and always seems to have a date as been a diligent worker for the Eddie Moore Society Fort Knox has nothing on hrs gun collectron lrked hrs arsenal so well that he even wrote a thesrs on guns Bills naturally suc cessful manner of doing things wrll bring hrm much happrness rn college and the years to come - I 6 ! J . . F Cr t I - - education between his sophomore and junior fx Q I r fr - as r x V B . ' f 3 . Q ' - ,. . 3 . an 1 h ' K . . . 6 ' ' . 1 I THOMAS FRENCH HARVEY 5 ear Entered 1949 Arlzz mer Second Honors 3 Class Prcsrdent 1 Prefect Board l 7 'a 4 C admcan Socrcty 7: Presrdent 4 Edvu ard Moore Socrety 9 4 Varsrty Football Team 5 4 Varsrty Svt rmmrng Team 7 1 Varsrty Tcnnrs Squad 2 All Amcrrcan Swrmmrng Team 7 Freshman Swrmmrng Team Capt rrn l Freshman Football Team 1 Freshman Baseball Squad l Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee l 2 unror Prom Commrttee 3 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 All? RAlD YOU PLE DGIE I A? l N- HXIN cv Harv hard workrng Cadmean presrdent doesnt know what to do wrth all hrs women man rn football presrdent of Freshman class and prefect for as long as anyone can remember prefers the Cape to Cleveland rn summer often heard cussrng out teachers under hrs breath went loco when the Senror Room was tem porarrly closed complarned about walkrng to school when he lost drrvrng permrssron one of the great advocates and lovers of a party remembers somethrng about comrng back from Put In Bay a few days early staunch member of the Fogbound Four lrkes to devrse hrs own experrments rn Mr Bakers Chem class man wrth drstrngurshed hart lrne clarms rt recedes an rnch a day can be located from mrles away by hrs laugh another member of D s Fan Club pants at the srght of a weed always has a wrtty remark for Mary Arqurlla and her good food has never done homework outsrde of class Toms amrable and envrable personalrty are sure to make hrm go far rn lrfe J ' j I g i ' - . 1 DEAD FLY- X' -afamous tanker for Don and two-year letter- t have ' - ' S K9 - - - A ,Q 1 , ' l it ' - . . ' I L ' - JN T I . fx - - J Henkrdoo possessor of the leaklest car at US m his jeepster he appears as a red Hash from study hall hard workrng member of Eddy Moore who knew all the answers oifxcer rn Forenslc Socnety who didn t attend a meetlng all year two year class basketball captaxn only boy to lead hrs team to a wlnless season one of Erlers Newr slaves B111 wrntes the artrcles and gets no credxt best football man ager 1n years embarrassed players by wmnmg wmd sprmts avnd sports enrhusxast likes to wnth Bob Feller a confirmed bachelor but has been around got lost IU Buffalo durmg a snow storm and dndn t return for a week plans for an agrlcultural career has never walked to chapel yazz fan who rs crazy about Satch mo almost threw a no hrtrer rn sandlot baseball great salesman got on the Mabmn Board by selling most ads for 55 edmon though his grades are fine Brll wnll try another year of school at Lawrencevrlle to further prepare for college Brll s frnendlmess and sense of humor make htm popular wherever he goes WILLIAM GUTHRIE HENGST Year Entered 1952 Aclzr mer Second Honors 1 2 IN ewr Board 4 Mabmn Board 5 Feature Editor 4 Players 3 Edward Moore Socnety 3 4 Forensnc Soclety 3 4 Class Basketball Captam 3 4 Varsnty Football Manager 4 Athletnc Councrl 4 junxor Prom Commrttee 5 EXCUSE ME PLEASE fffff 25 4 a .J ,D 9 I Q ix' x I Q, 5 go f af wgilllar 1-Q ' Q. I EAKIN . . . . , - . A ' 4 - s 4 e- tt ,Q -. .- a n q, 4 Q . . 1 . . : . Q fx D watch and play - once took a cab to the stadium Q P 5 5 4 5 Q 5 7 - - ' .' ' i 5 K1 9 M . S 1 , . H- . ' , slay fl . . 5. - A ' v D . 1 V' 4 t -' Nr! " in . , . . f , 'D In I' f 8 U f43l ack entered US rn the sixth grade getting off to a good start wrth Mr Peyser lent hrs talents to Varsrty Tennrs for three years spends much of hrs free time parked on Florida Roads never studres but seems to pull through with honors has always enjoyed auto racrng takes a few days off each year to watch the Indranapolrs 500 starred rn class basket ball as a three year captarn newcomer to the varsrty drrbblers hrs senror year mam ambr famed for hrs abrlrty to blush honored the Mabmn Board by sellrng a few ads and wrrtrng a few brographres honored as school tennrs champron rn hrs junior year plays a rough game of hockey hopes to be an engrneer avrd party man who srts through dances one of few boys to hand rn a theme on trme-helped prop up sets for VO s players spends hrs study halls reading Speed Age rn the Library well known for hrs abrlrty to drive over cliffs JOHN FACKLER HERRICK Year Entered 1949 Actin ities' Second Honors 1 2 4 Cum Laude 4 Mabmn Board 3 4 Varsrty Basketball Squad 4 Varsity Tennrs Team 2 3 Co Captain 4 Class Basketball Captain 1 2 3 School Tennrs Champion 3 Freshman Tennrs Captarn 1 Freshman Soccer Team 1 Athletic Councrl 4 Players 4 1 'v' I' WLWEQ WHAT D D You LIKE ABOUT THIS TRAcK? Ivo ci. FFS DN '7yl xq is 'M-fd N WW rlBlllllalll EARN "J " - . . ' ' , I-,fl E' . - - -, ' 1 ' ' I , , n - gm. ' III' IL ',d tion is to establish a record at Indianapolis- 4 Tunes ns , . L . . y ", il ,fa ' it . . in . r ' I - -' . . . . . - I Y' .ly I S . . - '51 x W H ae Y f 4 Y D Q' f 1443 Q00 9 STEVEN HEDGES HOUGH 4 Year Entered 1952 A cm, mer Senror Honors 4 Players Productron 3 4 Edward Moore Socrety 4 Varslty Swrmmlng Team 2 7 4 Intramural Football Champrons Captaln 4 Freshman Football'I'eam 1 Freshman Swlmmmg Team 1 Freshman Baseball Team 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commnttee 2 jumor Prom Commrttee 3 'rw S' o 0, O 00 ' O., 0 o , ' -F Qo'o . Q Q -,,,-5 oo. gf' E gli ,xo Q :j vi Q4 Steve always seems to be called Huff or Hoe or even How a great advocate of swrmmmg has splashed to three letters 10 that 1ts easy to see why he favors the sport can show his fine buxld to best advantage there wrll be remembered for hrs football enthusnasm never qunte hrt rt off on varsity but captarned hrs class grndders to an undefeated season another Chagrm boy who drnves an old gangster type Chrysler with tnme enduring Illrnons plates another of RGW s three senior math stu frequently snares honors and appears to have become a permanent semor room fixture-rarely seen with a local gnrl seems to prefer them from Orange or Chagrin whrle pledgrng Eddne Moore dnd a fme yob of convxncmg people that they should brrng more food Presrdent Mxller wall not soon forget Steves right uppercut wnth a can of tomatoes Steves remarkable sense of making a good nmpressxon on people w1ll score hrghly for him rn his future lnfe 1 1 . . . , 3-1 , qs 0 - t . 1 X in . . . . . , Q. . . - . a . q - a 5 - 5 . .'o. ' I . -.. 0 1 . ' .1 N - 0 .' , - ,, . Q O' 0 . -dents must not bother hnm much, for he 5 .,--- 0 O ' 9 ' C QC . . . 9 6' . . 0 4 -' L O .... '. 9 I , .,. 1 .. ' -- . 9 . . . . 0 4 Q 1 003 I x . - . . as x - , . +1 s 5 5 . ' ' W? I , . 7 l DOUGLAS GRANGER HOYT, JR. Year Entered 1950 A ctzr mer Second Honors 1 Frrst Prrze Sherman Prrze Speakrng Contest 5 Mabmn Board 4 Players Productron -r Clee Club 3 4 Forensrc Socrety 4 Edward Moore Socrety 4 Varsrty Soccer 4 Squad 3 Varsrty Tennrs Squad 3 4 Freshman Soccer Team Freshman Tennrs Team 1 79413 4Ny 90011 Q -X L XfX AMI? 'W gym EAKIN Q46 Sleepy always ready for a laugh and a good trme terror of Mentor rn hrs new Thrstlc often seen amblrng through the halls wrth a faraway look rn hrs eye readrng a perfumed letter one of the hardest workrng members of Edward Moore Socrety upon Hrst appearance seems to be barely awake but rs really on the ball rarely mrsses a U S party on off season may be seen rn company of many attractrve women surprrse of soccer team as an un talks a great game of tennrs star athlete at the Unrversrty Club two year Glee Clubber who helps hold bass sectron together grves a rugged appearance wrth a vrcrous scar on hrs chrn hrs annual New Year s Eve party always starts the evenrng off wrth a bang lrked Span rsh but found rt wasn t too fond of hrm shocked school by beatrng out all the bettrng favorrtes rn the unror Prrze Speakrng Contest wrth a brrl lrant prece of oratory has hrs eye on I-Ianox er Doug s good nature and well rounded person alrty vu rll make frrends for hrm vsherex er he goes D I V p ri 51 5 known Doug showed some drive and got a letter ex Q - , - Q I . . Z - XX j QQ! . . . L . 'xl D . - . , 4 ' xx ' - v T . X if G, S if . .d . ' . d G - J . . - P "Jet"-an all-round extra-curricular man- sports many different women -is usually found laughing it up in the library-seems to favor track-a good member of the Sun-Tan squad -showed his ability by getting honors ever since he was a Freshman-spends little time as a debater and treasurer in the Forensic Society -will always be remembered for waking up and finding himself in the wrong class-displays much spirit during pep-rallies - often seen around school snapping outstanding photographs -prefers Milk 84 Crackers to the Senior Room -a dangerous water-polo star-often gives the women a thrill by attending the parties- artful at paying attention while actually being asleep in class-"fakes out" the teachers by passing notes written in Zulu-another con- servative dressesr--a member of Chilt's fan club-spends time thinking up Field excuses -frnds it an advantage not to get demerits- Steve's quiet air and self confidence will surely lead him to success. Activitier: Second Honors l, 2, 3 Cum Laude 4 Mabian Board 4 New: Board 5, 4 Players Production 4 Coin Club Secretary 1 Varsity Track 3, Squad 2 Freshman Track Team 1 we Q 4 ff 75 STEPHEN CLINTON JETT Year Entered 1951 Second, Current Events Test 2, 4 Forensic Society 3, Treasurer 4 are 1 3 KN XV. ,gnvfi C471 The Swede knows the Amish well thinks hell become a weaver some day caused a panic among Nils hoopsters when he broke his ankle didnt know it was broken for a week makes it out to Middlefield in 6 minutes flat makes S RB s dorm look like a smoke fac tory enjoys sailing at Mentor likes New Years Eve parties and was once seen taking a shower in his tux a great admirer of athletic directors and women Rock Hudson in disguise famous for his off the record comments dur under Mrs Knight found the senior room a quiet OJ haven owns a cool green Ford heard all over North Eastern Ohio has most un predictable grades in the class helps Rerd guard the parking lot comes up with many wild hilarious jokes and experiences miracu lously avoided detention study hall for over one semester likes to throw small parties a suave lad llked by all Tom IS line fellow to have around and will have no trouble making friends in the college scene and beyond TOM WEAVER JOHNSON Year Entered 1951 Aciivitier: Dorm Prefect l 2 5' Chairman 4 Cadmean Society 4 New! Board 5 4 B Basketball Team 2 Captain 3 Varsity Basketball Team 4 All Interstate Basketball Team 4 Freshman Football Manager 1 Intramural Basketball Captain l 0 NATIONAL AMl5l-l Q48 L. . , l . . - . . . V - ' ' ' 1 2 ing class-had a wild time in second-year French I F r ' F " . ' . - . - I ' I . " , Q W ' . GA J ROBERT ARMSTRONG KIRKPATRICK Year Entered 1 953 A ctw mer Flrst Honors 2 3 Cum Laude Socxety 4 Mabum Board 4 News Board 2 3 Associate Edntor 4 Edward Moore Socrety 3 4 Forenslc Soclety 3 Sergeant at arms 4 Varsxty Track Team 2 5 Captam 4 Varsnty Soccer Team 3 4 Varsity Swimming Squad 2 3 Athletlc Councll 4 All Interstate Soccer Team 4 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commlttee 2 umor Prom Commrttee 3 Semor Prom Committee 4 o'0 C, ON LY FI F 1' Y Q Q M O R E To C, 0 0? 0'0 0209 9. R L ,-J 0'0' 809 2020 4343 202' k? 02:2 ge EAUCIN Q49 Kxrk only class member who has never been out of shape won t even enter a smokey room for fear of hampermg hls w1nd mcor ruptlble track captam who ran more laps than the entlre track team combmed solemnly promtsed thered be some changes made tn the and mnle relay ln h1s three years on the team football convert who wound up All Interstate at left wmg-once a fme swrmmer who tlred of all the laps then lent hls talents to the class basketball court-dnsplayed a brand of fight that he should have left on the soccer fleld assocxatc news edltor who always managed to get h1s name rn every arttcle-xncormptlble member of Eddle Moore who constantly lrved up to the ndeals of the soclety always w1ll1ng to stand up for thc merits of the Forenslc Soclety sergeant at arms of sand socrety who nex er performed 1 duty never stayed out past mldnlght has courtcd some attractlve women around the soclal whlrl IS always losmg hrs eyes once had entnre soccer team look for etght hours 3 , 9 ' ' I . . 9 - - ' , 5 7 3 5 v l o L 0 - Q . - 9 Q 0 O . Q a G . A . 0 0 FM. . . q " ' 2 A o 50:9 . , . ' ' ' A , . . . 000.5 Q 56 track currrculum-rn the mlle, half mxle, V 0 ' . . . o - 4 1 X 9 0 - Q . . 0 X 9 " e o 9 ' ' S 4 J 0 e N . 6 ' 0 D . T . i , 9 o O a 3 L-. . . ,, . . . . . 'J Q 5 Q . . 6' A U Q . . . ,L . . Y 2 0 I . . igl- 1 1 1 RICHARD CARR LAFAVE Year Entered 1950 Actiailier' Varslty WfCSIl1Hg 3 Squad 4 Freshman Wrestling l Freshman Track Team 1 MOOOosz xxx KH-L HIM M0OOO5E X XXX X MOOSE FIGHT MOOSE MOOSE MOOSE MOOSE RAH EASE' 50 Moose one of class s most alert members seems to resemble a certam hxstory teacher stars ln class sports but has made the grade on the mat squad for three years now possesses one of the best records on the team hardly ever loses rarely seen behmd a wheel always seen strollmg down Shaker Blvd takmg h1s a couple of tlmes hrs honesty IS hrs Wlaterloo admxts to Ace constantly when hrs home work IS not completed spent most of hrs 1un1or year studyrng Modern Hnstory lt all pald off wlth a couple of A s qulte a bram rn U S Hlstory also one of the many shotputters on the sun tan squad Blg freshman football tackle who gave rt all up for class soccer rarely seen out of a sport coat he s worn for about ten years now does not frequent U S partles proved h1s worth wnth the ladles at Thanksglvmg tlme though Dlcks smcerlty and good nature w1ll make him well liked ln whatever he does m life X WTR Q- I 1 S t A - 4- 'R 'L - - - Q-,U A . W . . GET MAD fx RAH time-liked French so much that he tried it X H - . .. T . - J Ll I . - . . . C - Fred newest addmon to the class orng mally from Boston drdn t luke the prefects rn England often used to aggravate them by sneakmg out of the dorm went steady In England but found a gal at H B that sunts hxm one of few Amerncans to study rn England plans on gomg to college and entermg the forergn servrce-a dorm man Fred dates heavnly on the week ends and slaves over Chemistry for Mr Baker plays a mean game of soccer and also llkes track drrves a cool whxte 48 Ford have the transmlssnon drop twice In one week a good party man Jaw makes the bug tnp In from Chesterland at least twice a week gets good grades for entermg as a senior enyoys Englnsh and keeps some of the best Hrs tory notes In school possessor of many ex pernences loves to sleep and seldom makes lf to breakfast on trme only boy who gave up smokmg rn the Dorm and stuck to lf Freddre a qunet conservatnve guy wrll be a real success as he puts hrs heart Into everyrhmg 51 FREDRICK LIPP Year Entered 1955 A clwmes U 9. 3 U S rs 0 O 5 E 55 -bs -'J J 1 . 'I I II . m. . . :If 1 I I .. ,I , I I . . 'el ' Q I I - B .I UQ . ' ' 'ua' ' ,I . . 5' ' . not I 5 ' sc ' , H . - A ' I ez v. " . 8 ' ' . ." 3 7X ,154 . Il""--""-l-. ' " X I t,Ay 5 I ,A i Si' 4 L one of the younger members of the senror class has the most harr rn the school the krnd the grrls love to mess up a staunch supporter of Laurel who doesnt know where HB rs one of the first rn both socretres handles the financral end of the Cadmean Socrety at one meetrng he was reported to have sand Cmon you guys pay up' We have only S 57 halfback on the socccr team has worn the same tre ever srnce he showed up rn the tenth grade rrvals Doerge for most unconscrous drrver rn the school kept R Howarth happy durrng shop class strll wonderlng what he IS gorng to do mth all the cold chrsels that he made gets honors becausc he cant stand the thought of b mg rn study hall would rather sleep rn thc musrc room vshcre there rs a radro actor of some notc who was the butt of many a joke aftcr hrs rolc ln V O s My Three Angels another of the Hcmen Foods boys a hard worker and 1 sure success Randy wrll probably some day be sendmg hrs own boys to U S 52 RANDALL WAYNE LISTERMAN Year Entered 1953 A cm mes Qecond Honors 3 Mabzan Board 3 4 Edward Moore Soclety 3 4 Cadmean Socrety 3 Treasurer 4 Cheerleader 5 4 Varslty Soccer 4 Squad 1 B Basketball Team 7 unlor Prom COIUITJIIICC 9 Senror Commrttee 4 YouRE CUTE 3? RAN DY ka! 2-"S-1 You MAY f Russ GIRLS xfif CNTKSB 3 KIN .--Q" 5 f . ' H UR. -H-1 v ' ' T ' -' . . fqvfi' in the treasurylnia hard-rtinilng, hard-flghtlng 'X 2 Sym, . . . fl Q - . . . 'U -I C - N V NK -f - . . . M Q jf JU. . h . - I A H1 1 a I , y lid 5 gilig . . . 1, J ' . V A . . -an if X! I - 4 -. ll . A , ' ' K L, EA - 1 5 JOHN ALVORD LITTLE Year Entered 1954 A ctn mer Second Honors 4 Players Production 4 Cum Laude 4 Cadmean Soclety 4 Varsnty Tennrs Manager 4 Athletrc Councxl 4 Dorm Dance Commrttee 3 SIR YOU RE ENTIRELY WRONG THE ANSWER IS X 2 Oox lj Z 39' 11' fX+20oJ +61 4,30 X2 YA YA YOU RE ABSOLUTLEY RIGHT EAKIN Lxttle john or sometrmes even L seems to have acqurred the nxckname of the Robm Hood compamon because of thenr some what satlrlcal Slmllaflfy a dorm boy who journeys all the way from Sandusky every week as a newcomer amazed the confused members of RGW s Algebra Il class wlth hrs abllrty lrfetlme monthly qurzzes the type of guy who does well when hes takmg three math courses and can strll laugh at Izaak s corny jokes rumored to be a great navlgator on the waves of Lake Erre once helped Hoyt sknpper his craft and even managed to beat the Sacketts finds Sandusky a lrttle too distant for lmporta non of females but has met few problems m acquxrmg an extremely varned source of dance materral through hrs roommate-nes er gaxe the varslty ranks a break but IS sand to be a pretty fzur wrestler hrs frrendly feuds wrth roommate are frequently settled by a joust on the prng pong field ohns amiable splrrt and lrkable ways wrll undoubtedly carry hlm far wherever he goes 1 1 5- U . ,,, G . I .. .J.,,-- 4-ya -'off-' A' .. .. . - ' 2' - 1- . -XX 1 X -K , CTR! dd Q to pull .down perfect scores on the "once in a M . , , l U ' H 4 1 I - ll II ' 5 T- C 53 7 JOHN WADE LOOFBOURROW Year Entered 1949 A cm mer Players Productron 4 Projectron Club 1 3 4 Pres1dent2 Forensrc Soclety 4 Varsrty Swlmmmg 2 3 4 Freshman Soccer 1 Freshman Swxmmmg 1 W THATS THE WAY You RUN A MOVIE '4 CAMERA Wy. 0390 X 1 f 1 67 0 - EAKIN 54 Loof seems to have the strange ldea he can swrm has broken so many records that JD gets trred of wrmng them mto chapel no trces foresook swrmmrng for a trnp to Wel lesley once-proud mventor of the Loofbourrow Reyuvenator presrdent of the Proyectron Club for the last three years head electrlcran for the players Senror Prom and any other trme the when a lrve wrre just mrssed V O says ohn We all have our bad days Sometrmes I just can t hrt the srde of a barn renowned for hrs fabulous parties at the Hanger wrll not have to worry about lindrng a gurl when he gets to RPI has great farth m the abrlxty of the Chrysler products for jack rabbxt starts as never won a drag Johns brrght personalrty and humor undoubtedly wrll make hum a success at college and for the rest of hrs lrfe 1 l . 5 , s ' - N ' 55 - Q 7' I ,, . L . . . 1 g I ' loud speaker fades out-almost lost the position t U t "C JA' C L ' Fx. , - , ' 1 I -H I The Crust another crazy Roxbororte jumped from The Mouse to The Crust rn one summer a heavy dater seems to lrke everybody else s date better mdulges rn soccer and wrestlrng on and off a smooth hockey player rn the Arena league has never had a flawless car can always be found at a party lrkes to remrnrsce over old Skatrng Club days usually grves the VO a hard trme and can be found rn the mrdst of trouble famous for hrs priceless remarks usually found at HB hall along wrth Coop enyoys the Senror Room rmmensely and also Frrday lunches at Lous can be found rn the mrddle of most debates has attended every party ever thrown never sleeps works from twelve to srx every nrght takes out hrs women on the money he makes on gamblrng and bettrng rn best shape wrth least trarnrng somehow avords thousands of demerrts every year Dave should have a brrllrant future rn store for hrm and hell have no trouble getting along wrth those he meets rn years to come U a- S U 2 E11 U5 I" 111 -4 I" c: CD -1 :E Year Entered 1952 A clwztzex Mabum Board 4 Players Productlon 4 Varsrty Soccer 4 Squad 2 5 Varsrty Wrestlrng 2 Squad 5 Freshman Soccer 1 Freshman Track 1 4 v' rr-al ...gl 7 EAKIN . 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I l - - li. fl px 4, '- before school-practices board-checking in the 1 C 'f' S ' lf ' 4 T e S ' ! 1 . . . . , f , l is J 'Te hypotenuse of the Jett Crawford McMrllan trrangle annually throws somewhat segregated prcnrcs at hrs grandfather s trny estate the only trme all year that many senrors can enjoy a party wrthout femrnrne companronshrp can be seen at every blast wrth hrs Brownre Speed Graphrc rn hand one of R G W s orrg rnal Cum Laude boys has been farthful wrrter of the new books artrcles rn the N ew: never seen behrnd the wheel of a car a hard workrng swrmmer srnce erghth grade always dorng hrs Trrg homework rn chemrstry much to Dennys drsmay somehow aces the tests respon srble for spectacular props rn My Three Angels wrll always be remembered for hrs classrc ansvser to a Poll Vault on nuclear energy I don t smoke lrkes U S lunches enough to strck around on Frrdays one of the more reserved members of the class a Prrnceton man from way back drsappornted Tucker by declrnrng a seat rn thrrd year French hrs quretness of manner and confrdence wrll be outstandrng fac tors rn hrs successful lrfe uf SAMUEL STERLING MCMILLAN III Year Entered 1947 A ctw mer Frrst Honors 1 Z 3 Cum Laude 3 4 Malmm Board 3 Photographrc Edrtor 4 Newt Board 2 3 4 Forensrc Socrety 2 3 Recorder 4 Players 4 Varsrty Swrmmrng 4 Squad 2 3 Freshman Swrmmrng 1 NI E RY Soon NEXT PLEASE Qfkx ji! E,,K,,, -a so or 1 3 53 - .. . 'Prof ' ,p, H- It Hy he n S r 1 - H rx l VID FLOYD SCHIEFER MECK, JR. Year Entered 1947 A ctw mer Cadmean Socrety 3 4 Edward Moore Society 4 Mubmn Board 4 Players Production 3 4 Gym Team l 2 7: Captaln 4 Varsrty Soccer 2 5 4 Vars1tyWrestl1ng 2 5 4 Varsrty Baseball Squad 2 3 All Interstate Wrestllng Team 3 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Wrestlrng 1 Freshman Baseball 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commlttee 2 unlor Prom Commrttee 3 Sentor Prom Committee 4 F MECK 5 USED Qoo 'Fall 11? LOT plead 37 FORDS ouw. SPEQIAL-rv ERIE I :irq l fa BC-39 5 17? Merc one of Bratenahls more questxon able characters famous for h1s unrque selec tlon of clothes from Hlgbee s Brandon Shop lettered three tnmes for Molten s booters famed for hrs rough house tactlcs on and off the Held bagged two goals rn ten seconds agalnst Cranbrook as a sophomore also garned three monograms for the grapplers has mamtamed the same werght for so long that Loule pro claxmed htm a fine example of luncht1me econ D s nme owns a 51 Mercury convertible that IS wanted tn four states also the proud possessor of a hot rod Ford coupe whnch IS well known at local drag strtps shocked the school and achreved senlor honors--firm devotee of Mr Walton s extra help-has learned to read names on doors more carefully smce the fall N1chols trlp-famous gym teamer who harbours 1 pe culnar lrkmg for the gym exhrbmon Cadmean member who never belreved 10 sparrng pledges Floyd rs one of the class s frrendlrest members and w1ll have no trouble wherever he goes 1 3 1 t 1 -' - . . omy-plays various and sundry positions for lvl J - - - -14 Q . . 1 - E 1- E Y .Y . , .n A . 3 Varsity Swimming Squad 2 Varsity Track Squad 2, 3 Gym Team 4 Freshman Swimming 1 GEORGE ROBERT METZGER, JR. Year Entered 1952 A ctivilies: B 'XJ-1 'rm Domltp moe NO covstz DAUTY A 1, METZGEQS A5505 DF E' U35 George the classs favorite party giver Q You can t leave now its only 4 30' J seldom misses an affair because hes usually giving lf found the Shaker Square apartment too small so he moved to his present party house driver of a fleet comparable to Geiers com mutes every weekend between New York and Cleveland an admirer of the cool school he keeps John Wade s in business discovered the opposite sex last year and immediately changed his whole outlook on life keeps a little something in storage in Florida tried varsity swimming until he discovered it inter fered with his night life gave a luncheon every Friday for hungry seniors until Mary com planned there was no food left for dinners seen every morning in the Senior Room before chapel trying to recover from excessive studying amazes all masters by passing is the epi tome of easy living and a true advocate of the party is king school his happy outlook on life will surely bring him much success in the years to come ' if U , - - .0 I .. , . , I H , , . . - 1 7 h 5 . ,. ,, 1 ' ' .. 0 U . . . . . . 9 I T P4 . . . . . . . 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U A ,, - - - 1 - l Rrch one of the more reserved members of the class of 56 possesses qurte a wrt and sense of humor seldom lets people rn on what he rs thrnkrng lrked US so much went here for ICD years a true connorsseur of guns Cancrent medreval and modernj--once brought a few of hrs weapons to school and nearly shot up the place another steady class athlete who never played brg trme ball jumps from soccer to basketball to track and grves them all a farr terrous Cadrllac refuses to drsclose who the rrghtful owner rs durrng the wrnter days can be seen slapprng parnt around for VO s pro ductron people wont admrt that rts only purpose rs a valrd held excuse but rnsrsts that parntrng rs one of hrs vrrtues lrked French so well he came back for another crack at rt renowned for hrs wrtty translatrons strll tryrng to figure out R G W s courses comes up wrth steady grades whrch should place hrm rn the college of hrs chorce Drck s ten years of good standrng at US are sure to be augmented by many more successful decades 79 RICHARD ELLSWORTH MILLER Yerzr Entered 1945 Arm mer Players Productron 5 4 Freshman Soccer 1 SOQIDAY lu. BFAICIIIITIST 'ZW Q' PNOCITY 06 IIIIVIIUITY ies-soon 88491 IOCUTY v L - - it Y 7 1 X Vx shake-often seen driving, a sleek, black, mys- , . N . , A . . - I . ' ' 1 QQQQ99 I I 1 n . g V ll xg . M , . ' .' ' ci, K fl' . . . . x I f X . . n -t s 111. Q l ' n M1lls Kenstons glft to US fine athlete tallback on LJ eleven also on the track team-durmg summer season often seen around the local golf courses claims he shoots rn the low 805 but no one has verified thls fme tenor 1n glee club often heard srngrng ln the halls senlor prefect and member of all socletles h1s stlff orders often heard saymg Pledgey you re mrolent renowned world traveler has made tnps to Put In Bay and Cape Cod on Saturday afternoons he IS often seen speedmg down the hrghway dest1nat1on Brady Lake Park long known as the top story teller 1n the class possessor of the frnest smokmg technlque rn class doesnt seem to care for clty women lnkes the farmers daughters dr1ver of many cars T Blrds pol1ce cars and the hottest car on the road the 48 Chrysler has long wor shrpped an xnstxtute IH New Haven IS sure to be well lrked there only godfather rn the class Brlls successful nature wrll carry hxm far rn whatever he attempts durmg college and the years afterward WILLIAM IOHN MILLER Yea: Ente1ed 1953 Aclzz mer Second Honors 2 Sherman Prlze Speakmg Contest 3 Prefect Board 3 4 Cadmean Soclety 3 4 Forenslc Soclety 3 Vrce Presndent 4 Edward Moore Socxety 3 Presxdent 4 Glee Club 3 4 B Basketball Team Captaln 2 Varsxty Track Squad 2 3 Varsltv Football 4 Squad 3 jumor Prom Commlttee 3 Communnty Chest Representatnve 3 4 SCDIOI Prom Commlttee 4 THE onset WILL NOW COME T0 MEETING EDWARD X MOORE MEETING M I ,. will- -fl-I 874101 4601 K , JR. l as - I . .5 X joften the main gripe of Cadmean pledges for X , XX XX 3 XX X ' ' h - 1 .I ll I U 1, - f I - , 1 w , ,Q - - . . 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X gl ROBERT ALLEN MORITZ Year Entered 1951 A clwztzex Second Honors 1 2 3 4 Cum Laude 3 4 Sherman Prlze Speaking Contest 3 Class Treasurer 2 New: Board 2 Assoclate Editor 3 Literary Edltor 4 Mubum Board 3 Advertxsmg Manager 4 Forenslc Soclety 3 4 Edward Moore Society 3 Treasurer 4 Varsrty Soccer 4 Squad 2 3 B Basketball Team 2 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Varslty Tenms Squad 3 4 Freshman Basketball 1 Freshman Baseball l unnor Prom Commltree 3 Senror Prom Committee 4 lwafh x f' 'fl' 'I EA KIN 61 Tweeny another one of those guys who goes around bumpmg h1s head on low doorways puts hrs helght to good use on the basketball court has often proved a dangerous man 1n the pnvot posmon one of the few members of the senxor class who retanns hrs sanrty behmd the wheel of a car drnves some rather flashy Oldsmobile around m h1s spare tlme one of the orlglnal members of the Cum Laude Soclety who campalgned vlgorously for a Cum Laude dance occaslonally wears some nice clothes thornty on fine wearmg apparel Mr Fox confirmed mxlk drmker who every year at New Years Eve breaks out a bottle of Sealtest s best and chugs lf down wxelds a mean pencll as secretary of the Edward Moore Socxety m ln dustrnous newspaper man who has the xmpresslvc tntle of Llterary Edrtor -often seen ln the N eu 5 room wrth paste and sclssors md a very pamed expresslon on hlS face desperately tryrng to as semble hrs page of the paper Bob s persrstence and ablllty w1ll carry him far ln college and h1s genume personalnty wlll wrn htm many frlends J f f ' ,B X . H p . . . . ,X l 3 M 4 , . xx if I ' 1 X which are promptly admired by the school au- ! l ,, . . 1 I -a A 1 f f ' ' k - . C . 1 . K Q. M . . , 3 . - f l ROBERT BOGARDUS NIGHTINGALE Year Entered 1952 Activitier' Second Honors 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 4 Forens1c Society 2 3 4 Players Productlon 3 4 Varslty Wrestlxng Squad 2 5 4 Varslty Football 4 Squad 3 Intramural Baseball Captam 1 GOT IT SIR af QI EARN 62 Bo Gale hard hnttmg blockmg back on the varsnty eleven showed rt doesnt take a big man to play the game exhlbrted a f-ICICC desnre and a vrcrousness matched by only a few teammates a wrestler of sorts class lrnguxst m Latm extremely dlsappomted upon drscov ermg he could only take lt three years con sxstently gets honors by hard study gave such a techmcal senlor speech that no one could un derstand If member of Forensrc Socrety who does most of the talkmg only member to suck to SCIICI parlramentary procedure IS seen occasionally m lrght blue Ford never per mrtted to drrve lf thmks gxrls are an unnec essary evil but rarely mlsses a US dance admires the H B sophomores wrll always be True only member of the class s quiet clan who IS noxsy Bobs naturally pleasant per sonalrty w1ll always be a great asset to hrm rn whatever endeavors he pursues 1'vE , aw, -- H- -1 t X Il ' T ' ' X . - . . - - . . W p. , - - - X is K1 I u Q I .-1 T - xl UH U- ' . . -- ' lll lffl ' " "- ' ' 11 4 I x - ' - - - 1 - L! .M ,A . l ' l l l l l S S ' S I I 1 l Prls Dave Brubeck and Brlly Taylor com bmed half of the Prldner Rodgers combo had the whole school rn laughter every Frrday morntng durrng football season chlef mterror decorator of the Semor Room captarned the swrmmrng team to a second consecutrve Cnty Champronshrp and undefeated season also stopped a few goals for a successful soccer team got carrred away by the new typmg course looking car rn exlstence strongly advocated the US lunches gettrng bugger and better OJ El Dross lrttle Castrllran trred to get on the middle school bus to the Art Museum rnsrsts that It doesn t make a partncle of drffer ence one of the more borsterous products of 56 spends hours wrth Rodgers thnnkrng up pranks threatened to blow up Mr Bakers study hall was offered a new maroon corduroy coat by the school bursar proposed a plan to stop book stealmg elrmmate all books from the currrculum plans to make the college scene somewhere where hrs lrkeable manner will brlng htm success m whatever he does I-74 Z' GARY PILDNER Year Entered 1953 A ctzz mer Second Honors 2 Class Treasurer 4 Cadmcan Society 5 4 Edward Moore Socnety 4 N eu! Board 4 Mabzan Board 4 Crlee Club 2 3 Treasurer 4 Octet 3 4 Varsity Swrmmmg 2 3 Captarn 4 Varsrty Soccer 4 Squad 2 Varsrty Tennrs Squad 2 3 Athletrc Councrl 4 Osborne Swrmmmg Trophy 3 All American Swrmmrng Team 3 9 i ' 9 ,3 W - 1 - r- tm ll 5 - u ui 1 u ' X ldea in the Senior Room-drove the oddest jx? . 7 It Q . . ' 1. . . .f r 'l 1 '- n - - : Q 4631 ,-1' EAKIN Rerdy captarn of thrs years fine soccer team probably Hnest sprrrt rouser the team ever had always managed to brrng the team to a frghtrng prtch before the brg ones three year prtcher on D s nrne hrs southpaw frre ball baffled batters rn each season even D once a fine backstroker but gave rt up for other wrnter actrvrtres now a threat on the class court wrth a dazzlrng hook shot found hrs rob as Cadmean pledgemaster a really rnterestrng one another dorm member who never seems to be there has a route to Rocky Rrver rrght through a mountarn seven burldrngs and the Cuyahoga Rrver bed enjoys only one part of French conjugatrng allcr lrked rt so much he trred rt twrce-does spend an amazrng amount of trme out on Shaker Blvd has made rt hrs after basketball hangout glee clubber who lends hrs talents to the mornrng chapel chorr drrxcs the brggest car on the lot rs one of the class s saner operators at the wheel rarely DAVID FRANCIS REID Year Entered 1951 A ctzz me! Class Vrce Presrdent 2 4 Glee Club 2 3 Secretary 4 Cadmean Socrety 3 Pledge Master 4 Varsrty Soccer 2 3 Captarn 4 Varsrty Swrmmrng Squad 2 Varsrty Baseball 2 3 4 All Interstate Soccer 4 Freshman Soccer 1 Freshman Baseball I Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee 2 junror Prom Commrttee 5 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 Athletrc Councrl 4 Doc Rolrnson Soccer Award 4 mrsses a party but seems never to stay long rarely grves one wrll be remembered at US for hrs frne record of actrvrtres S 'ISM f-1" U49 . lpn. n . U, J..- . ' fft . 1-. '- . dll' f D A' . U .- D AX J WILLIAM DAVID RODGERS Year Entered 1 947 A cnt ztzef Mabmn Board 4 New! Board 2 Assoclate Edltor 3 Feature Edrtor 4 Glee Club 7: 4 Cadmean Socrety 4 Players Productnon 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Varsrty Swrmmmg Manager 3 4 Athletic Councxl 4 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commnttee 2 umor Prom Commrttee 3 Senlor Prom Commlttee 4 4 4475 pf l I f,Q9 JX fN 7111 BUY YOUR TOMIC 5063 ,gi- l on ERS BRAIN RGERY KITS B Y ITT LE TIFFY S can-at mv Q63 Smiling Dave possesses the most unlque sense of humor m the semor class started developmg rt when he first showed up m the fourth grade the boy wxth the golden vorce who led many a cheer fabout fiveb for the foot ball team wandered about Europe last summer wxth Mr I-Ioets and had a grrl rn every port lrkes punchmg stopwatches for Moltens prod out he had an asslstant a buddmg TV pro ducer who put his talent to work every Frlday morning during the fall along wlth an assoclate of hrs who never used hrs rrght name always sellmg somethmg re Do It Yourself Embalm mg Krt B 17 landmg gears etc kept H A P happy durmg journalism class threltened to assassmate the head of H A P s fan club unt1l he found out that he had been unammously elected holds some spurrous posmon on the school scandal sheet brggest job though was sweepmg up the N eu: Room after the weekend bout wlth the deadline 1 born salesman Daves smlle wlll sell many 1 xacuum cleaner to a charmed housewife 5 f f J f l l ei-, 4 -l B 4: l J' I y . . . .- . T f r . -- g I l if ' - K ' ' 1 I . . . V lylfff, rgres-went madtwrth power when he found , lf lf! ' . . A . A H. 6 X' I If 11111 . . . A . . .' I 1' - - it - w t ' . . . .' ' 3 K 4- h . . . . X . k a Q Y C -Q,N'l xl! sllfexx l 0 A fN FN K l ' . 3 HARRY CLARK ROYAL III Year Entered 1953 A L'fi1f'ifi6J.' Second Honors 3 Malmzn Board 4 Players 4 Edward Moore Socrety 3 4 Players Productron 3 4 Varsrty Football Team 4 Varsrty Swrmmrng Team 2 5 4 1' reshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee 2 Junror Prom Commlttee 3 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 C' N,5.A 5 J L- so MJ I N Qi? IO' v 'Y- A. X yk-x +22-2 W e lr J we Q aria, Wm 66 I f7 7 " A rv J ' ' 6 - 3 - . ' 1 1, , . ' x 7 . D . . 5 w - . . . - in 7 K1 5- In . . - ,Lf ie--1 " " ' -2 1 lbx . .- . -' . ' 'J 'N'-N' . . . . . . Al g 'W f . -. - - N -1, k - fn' - Ya 'x . . W f Z? . .. A V: A C J Trrp commutes darly to US from hrs Moreland Hrlls chateau has owned several autos rncludrng a Denny Lee type jeep one of the most collegrate dressers rn the class has been known to wear plard sport coats Ber muda shorts button down tres and green char coal drawers wrll always be remembered for hrs flower makrng party before the Fall Flrng hrs slot machrne never had rt so good one of the earlrer members of Eddre Moore showed that the small guy can make hrs share of the tackles last fall won a startrng posrtron on the defensrve unrt before he hung up hrs clears a famrlrar srght around the pool durrng the wrnter demonstrates hrs athletrc abrlrty wrth annual hrgh All Around Athlete scores decrded to play the lield after many months of a steady H B campargn finds good date materral out Orange Hrgh way played a sterlrng role rn My Three Angels somehow had all the grrls flockrng over hrm always seems to be on the honor lrst Trrps srncere attrtude and frrendly mren wrll carry hrm to wherever the Ivy League beckons Rrp alras The Hood spends much of hrs summer at that playboy resort Euclrd Beach found there some novel rdeas for wearrng apparel trres unsuccessfully to keep order as Head Prefect showed hrs abrlrty on Hornets eleven as a tugged tackle basketball player of sorts who wound up hrs career wrth coveted class captarncy never cracks a book but some one of few who aced Physrcs and Chemrstry also one of Mr Waltons math wrzards Sayee Ruhlman censored rnherrted a Ford convertrble and rs now pressurrng the famrly for a Thunderbrrd lrkes to date Laurel grrls Edward Moore vrce presrdent who was a fme example of the Socretys rdeals also graced Cadmean wrth hrs presence-edrtor of thrs fabu lously wrrtten classrc also managrng edrtor of the N ewf-one of M Fox s buddres who chews gum rn French showed rather peculrar tenden cres rn hrs attempts to psychoanalyze people brrbed the judges rn Sherman Prrze Speakrng Contest to a runner up trtle-Rrp s leadershrp rs certarn to brrng hrm success wherever he goes 67 l RICHARD MORGAN RUHLMAN 3 Year Entered 1950 Activities Second Honors 2 3 unror Prrze Speakrng lst Composrtron Sherman Prrze Speakrng 2nd Place 3 Class Vrce Presrdent l Prefect Board 1 2 3 Presrdent 4 Mabzan Board 3 Edrtor rn Chref 4 N ew! Board? Assocrate Edrtor 3 Managrng Edrtor 4 Handbook Managrng Edrtor 4 Edward Moore Socrety 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Cadmean Socrety 3 4 Forensrc Socrety 3 4 Varsrty Football 4 Squad 3 Intramural Baseball Champrons 3 Intramural Basketball Captarn 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball Champrons 2 Second Place Foul Shootrng Contest 2 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Basketball Squad 1 Freshman Basketball 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commrttee 2 junror Prom Commrttee 3 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 REALLY srvs IT T0 I-um mp V+ ws Fmo You GUILTY Ga le l PREFECT BO L wr! S EAKYN -I . . I , . , N . . - , .. , R I 1 ... X A 1 ' 4 ' r ff? m f A T - Q W how achieves those desirable things called honors 6 - " " ' ' s a 1 , i ' ' 1 'I Q fm' f Q Q ,, , , . ,Lv a 5 N '.L X I' V ' . ' . ' I , - 1, 1 fa -g U 6 " Af C: . . .' . . 3 x - . . 1 . . I X! F ' , . ! ' Q J Sxckles kxng of Mentor Harbor the most adept saxlor m the class won so many races there that they nearly barred h1m thoroughly enloys the party llfe out there 1n the summer took up football after a long layoff rn h1s senror year drsplayed a lot of fortltude and talent on L s defenslve squad top notch basketball player who lettered rn h1s jumor year gave lf up for other thmgs last wlnter hrgh scorer on Aces frve m h1s sophomore year one of the more versatlle track men attempted the shot drscus and hurdles has led a hectlc exlstence wlth a number of gtrls spent most of hrs tlme on McCauley Rd Cadmean member who quxckly became the most vrcrous pledger has never kllled a pledge owns the Whlte Whale whlch IS never seen gorng under seventy except when acceleratmg has dropped more transmrsstons than the great EV16 hrmself wlll be fondly remembered for openmg hrs doors to the crty on New Years Eve never knew he had so many mtlmate frlends harbored an unusual dlslxke for Re JAMES WALTER SACKETT Year Entered 1 950 Actzz mer Class Trcasurcr 1 Qadmean SOCICIY 4 Varslty Football 4 Varslty Basketball 5 B BaskctballTeam 7 Varslty Track 3 4 Squad 7 Salllng Team 2 Captam 9 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Basketball l Freshman Track 1 Freshm m Sophomore Prom COITIIDIIICC 7 serve member of many after hours excursrons down to Hudson sae t fl3Nagx2.2'e 3 X 2'-xl f la r W Bile as . . T' str . -. . . - 1? s r f . nf f. 1 . . . 1 f X X jf? f ' - 0 W - ll E N , . - 2 Q gg: E2 .. . ,, . . nz - af f-Q A - ' .. ' y . .- . , T lf - - ' ' fy 6' , - .. - y 'N J ROBERT KING SCHAFER Year Entered 1 9-I3 A ct: L met Second Honors 1 Prcfect Board 2 Cum Laude 4 Edward Moore Socrcty 3 Treasurer 4 Forensrc Socrety 2 3 President 4 Newr Board Busmess Manager 4 Players 3 4 Varsity Basketball Manager 4 Athletrc Councrl 4 0 M4 69 Schaf wrthout hrm VO would surely suffer one of the few to have correct knowl edge of what the V stands for jolned Mc Qrerght and Company rn the performance of My Three Angels he IS strll restrng his vocal cords one of the more lersurely and relaxed members of 56 has been at US longer than H L C also sports one of the better wardrobes last sprlng as Forensrc Socrety presrdent has upheld and lrfted hrgher last years standards earned a commrssron as treasurer for Eddle Moore and handler of the Full Flmg funds secretary of the Athletrc Councrl who trles to keep up wrth D s remarks competent bus: ness manager of this years Near has never read an lssue seldom seen taking held because of myrlads of allergres and 'ulments staunch supporter of Prepper athletrcs handles hrs assrstant basketball managers so vsell that he seldom shows up for practrce never has had any academrc trouble Bob s wrdespread mter ests should make hrs lrfe a sure success . 'A - g l - 7 T , U . fm? - . . . . me rom.: in the class- managed to get down to Bermuda will vou '6'4,U'9 . . . . Li T 4 3 3 ' -- - 4 . . . . ' r i V V I I T L lf- . . 47329, ... l 4 '-1 6 PETER GEORGE STAUFFER Year Entered 1950 Actiriliers Glee Club 2 5 4 Players Productlon 3 4 Freshman Football l Freshman Tennrs 1 WELL ALL R'GHT STAU 95 l E EAKW 70 Stauff often mixed up wlth the restaurant owner of the same name one of the dorms able occupants founded the yunlor and soph omore smoklng room there one of the classs smoother dressers-especrally wlth head apparel one of the toughest class football lmemen to come along never bothered to grve Horner a break sent Reserve home a b1t weary from hrs bone crushlng tackles IH the class headl1ner last fall a hard workmg track man who just d1dn t seem to have IE one of those who finds l1fe comfortable head productlon man 1n leacllng lady turned the sunny South lnsxde out wlth Errcsson a couple of years ago occa slonal threat 1n Physlcs never could figure out why homework wasn t accepted a week late Glee Club member for longer than anyone can remember-owns a depreclatxng black Plymouth whrch srts 1dle rn the front c1rcle for five days a week ought to be very successful nn future years wnth that quxet well mannered way A 1 I 1 1 ' 3 1 . f . . 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XL "We're No Angels" -wound up by daring the l' 5 ' . .- ' ' I I I 1' ' t J f Y - , , 1, x I Ati Akrons Mantovanr the easy gomg man of the dorm Akron s gnft to U S suspected of havlng some terrrble dtsease as he IS always found rn the mhrmary plays a cool piano and often entertams durmg Milk 8: Crackers as where he has been harmonlzmg for the last three years has become a menace to all class sports figures the teachers are the ones who are gettmg pfud and IS content to let them do the talkrng famous for tradxtloml coat and lrkes to lnsert comments into the VO s lectures whlch hven up the whole class first mtroduced cnder to the dorm always can be found enyoymg the scenery from the Senlor Room doesnt seem to thmk that clgarettes cause cancer clalms he s trarnmg for the army by 11v1ng on US meals Lynn s quret manner has won for htm much respect and popularrty and he wlll undoubtedly acqulre many more frnends throughout hrs career 71 LYNN MAURICE TERRETT Year Entered 1951 A rm mer Newt Board Clrculatlon Manager 4 Clee Club 7 9 4 OFFICE THAT SNKNNG 'Fee 1 . 1 ' . 4 I C . . . - h also displayed some of his talents in Glee Club, tie- ' ' ' ' . .' .I I i , . a K x UNG l J 'Thoby member of the famous Bratenahl clan from the country manages to hnd a good crop of grrls from Laurel hard workrng track manager has somehow avorded a collrsron wrth TT ll thrs car rs featured wrth 1 breath takrng fog horn helped make Mr Hruby s glee club a success wrth hrs master s vorce composer of many colorful and lrfe lrke class brographres on French homework except on the nrghts before a test partrcrpates rn hrs usual bone crackrng form of water polo another member of the smoke stack whrch finds hrm spendrng much trme rn the Senror Room durrng classes has a zeal for engrneerrng rs a favorlte of all masters who hold study halls-occasronally found trnkerrng around and wreckrng other peoples cars always finds trme to stroll to RGW s extra help hrs formula for escaprng Held wrll be sought after for years to come rt may later ex n become tradrtronal never mrsses a chance at one of Lou s ham and cheese sandwrches Arm ztzer Mabmn Board 4 Glee Club 4 Track Manager -1 Athletrc Qouncrl 4 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 r THEODORE GOFF THOBURN Year Entered 1952 COME ON YOU LOAFEES' START RUNNING 77 1 f l 4 R 1 AIN ..-0-- f main object of Tucker's ridicule-never worked ""'7"'l' Q1 E I' - . . . . - . 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U F Q E K' - J Peach fuzz prlze flower maker for the Edward Moore Soclety claimed to have 2500 flowers for the dance-excellent dance charrman potent dlver for Varsity Swrm Squad thusrastxc soccer manager Molten clalmed that he never had to do anything wrth jay around often seen maklng large journeys ln a lrttle shark from way back with a deadly cue quxte the ladres man has more different ones than the rest of the class put together only boy to spend two hours setting hrs hanr every nrght and another two combing rt wrth Wave Set every mornmg should make a good doctor nf he can learn to stand the snght of blood Jays naturally successful way of dorng thrngs wxll brmg h1m happrness rn whatever endeavors he undertakes - . . . - en- green bomb to Chagrin on weekends-real pool- THOMAS BATCHELOR WATTERSON I ear Entered 1952 Artzt mer Class Presrdent 2 3 Prefect Board 4 Near Board 2 3 4 Mabzan Board 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Edward Moore Soclety 4 Cadmean Socrety 3 Secretary 4 VHISIIY Track Squad 2 Intramural Soccer Captam 4 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Track 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commlttee Charrman 2 umor Prom Commlttee Chalrman 3 Semor Prom Commxttee 4 Q Suu: I M A PREFECTI -1 WHY no vou Asn? 5.1 "Al Lf ..,,ig if e 4. ilf X f"'f.J SQ- lf f ' ,lg " .- - Qbv ,W .' . ' G l 74 Watt nrne year letterman nn party one of the suave exponents and advocates of the cool sounds found the field opposrte the gym a haven often seen whrpprng around 1n hrs black Ford puddle jumper laughs at Coopers old car goes mto a dormant state every Monday mornmg a dangerous deckhand around Mentor has a hobby of watchmg the sun come up Hrst one of the Watt famrly to work at US goes wrld lf he doesnt have a date every hve days seems to llke both H B and Laurel knows H B s schedule better than hrs own owns a large share ln the Senior Room fouls up the works by workmg the swrtchboard after lunch has every partrcrpant ln class sports scared sxlly approaches Harvey for recedmg harr lme trtle found rt easler to hrtch to US so he left Roxboro gams 25 lbs at the begnnmng of wmter Held each year IS strll looktng for a convenrent trme to study lrves for the weekends and seems to make lf somehow each ttme Tom IS another of the classs natural leaders who will have no trouble rn whatever pursult he undertakes Web the country gentleman from the strcks started drrvrng when he was thirteen and constantly dodged Ace rn the mornrngs knows every cop rn Cuyahoga County one of those who braved that now rmmortalxzed Put In Bay weekend-enjoyed the beach partres at Mentor so much that he often drdn t bother to come home graduated from an Olds to a Bulck to a Cadrllac where can he go from tween Isaacs YOP classcs and the farm f fered summertrme employment to several US men grver of many fine partres never mrsses one himself dresses lrke a bum every Saturday mornmg for extra help and turns collegrate at nrght-drove Ace crazy by drrvxng hrs varrous dump trucks to school Managrng Edrtor of thrs fine publrcatron decxded that athletrcs vsere too much trouble but drd manage to lead hrs class soccer team to a league vrctory Web rs a true country gentleman and the classs only farmers son hrs abrlrty to get along wrth people will carry hrm far rn hrs future years 75' JAMES RAWLEIGH WEBER Year Entered 1950 Actzz mer Nlabzan Board 2 Asslstant Copy Edrtor a Managing Editor 4 Gym Team 4 Varsrty Track Squad 3 Intramural Water Polo Captarn Champnons 4 Intramural Soccer Captarn Champrons 4 Freshman Swrmmrng Team 1 Freshman Soccer 1 Freshman Track Squad 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Commnttee unror Prom Commlttee 3 Senror Prom Commlttee 4 YES SIR I HAVE DRIVING PERMISSION SX fl QI s Fllll FARMALL 5 I A5 . - ' 1,2 J f f - - A -y a rg, f , - ' . Q, , ge Nd 5 . 7 I: W ' ' -' ' l 'll 6' A? I efe SPFII .IS SUITIlll'lCl'S Commuting- oe- h 2- d h b- I 0 at 1 I A A .- ll f - . . - T . V UW gl ' ' 2 M Q 0 ,, , ,,- . .. ' . 0 I Jarrrn Jo head man on the Newt although he rsn t commonly seen workrng on rt heard that a famrly relatron wrlled hrm that post a stunnrng netter for Seymours racquet men trred to control one of the crazrest back hands rn the hrstory of the game hrs Cadmean pledgrng kept hrm both busy and happy durrng Chrrstmas vacatron has always had hrs annual trrp to Florrda and brrngs back many tales of hrs dorngs drrves a car whrch to the amaze ment of some people rs strll rn one prece well known sharpshooter on hrs own class basket ball champronshrp team only player to be ejected from almost every hot rntramural game lrterary edrtor for thrs fine yearbook hard hrttrng center for the Hornermen has had a long stay at US Cnrne years exactlyj hnds trme for grrls from all schools has a ready laugh at all trmes lovral party man founded publrshed and promoted the new N ew: Football Contest had few partrcrpants a loyal mem ber of Eddy Moore remembered for hrs party prror to the start of hrs senror year hrs leader shrp abrlrty wrll gurde hrm rnto a successful busrness freld 76 JONATHAN SCHAFFNER 5 em Ente: ed 1947 A ctzz mer Newt Board 2 Assocrate Edrtor 3 Edrtor rn Chref 4 School Handbook Edrtor rn Chref Mabmn Board 2 Copy Edrtor 3 Lrterary Edrtor 4 Edward Moore Socrety 4 Cadmean Socrety 4 Varsrty Football 4 Squad 3 Intramural Basketball Captarn 3 4 Champrons 3 4 Varsrty Tennrs Team Z 3 4 Freshman Football 1 Freshman Basketball l Freshman Tennrs 1 Freshman Sophomore Prom Comm unror Prom Commrttee 3 Senror Prom Commrttee 4 Y" 0 0030 X ' , x JE ff! Sass X XS X Aff it-view X X f xfe, ' ff Z3 if "rt'LA5H ,-,, uf! WEIL rttee 1 2 X A 4 J . . .. -, n,,- , 'T . . . . FQQF' - ' ' as gay 1 1 . . - X A . . . -S X91 4 . . 1 . at Q Lf A x J ' . . -E . t, S S 5 S xx? . . , . xkspf I . . 1 . . - gxs ,Q N L, ' 1 . . . . 1 ,XA X , ' S ' Fax 9 ,lg . . - , Muff, . 1. . 1 , ff yl . , ,, a .. K 1-1 . 7 . -D . - 'Z . . .... . ' - U n Y ' J RICHARD D. WEISS Year Entered 1950 A clwmer Players Productlon 4 Varsity Tennis Squad S Freshman Football Squad 1 me MRS WEISSS N CO DLE 5 fx 77 Toyo the noodlekld does the hall rn three seconds Hat occaslonally glves ln and brmgs one of his harem to a dance enyoys most sports first hnt the varstty tenms ranks as a junnor played a tradxtxonally good game of football as a Freshman spends much of hls summertlme workmg at tennts a class terror has the Mnddle Schoolers scared to death can often be heard sayzng Ooh that test' a frlendly personaltty always laughs at everything enjoys the water faucets m Mr Bakers new lab IS stlll trying to find the Senxor Room US lunches dont seem to affect htm so he has become one of the few who stay for lunch on Friday has good school spxtxt and never mtsses a varslty game Dtck gets along wxth everyone and dlsplays a ltkable personality he has provlded us all w1th many laughs and we wnsh htm the best of luck m the future H - U - - I . . . 45.4 - u v a ,, . . . , . . . 1 v , . . . . . E 4 1 RICHARD LIVINGSTON WESSMAN Year Entered 1951 Actnztzer Neus Board 2 3 4 fi Ei X 'AES 78 Nature Boy Cwho swears he has never dated a Lady Rassler J or yust plam Pork 1ves for the stroke of mid nnght at Skatlng Club New Year s Eve parues class gourmand along wnth Farouk keen admxrer of Dretxcxan Ar qullla and all US lunches often seen toymg w1th h1s Bantam cBlggCSf Lnttle Car In the Country J when he isnt whnppmg around 1n the Gangster moblle Teds nemesis on the hnghway enthuslastlc cave crawler wxth the team of Blaha Yoe and Jett finds mechamcal drawing such a breeze he cuts classes Phrls gnft from all ungrateful hrstory students star goalxe for a group of :ce hockey fanatlcs can t declde between Prlnceton or La Unrversldad de Puerto Rnco as his college cholce-prlze student of Carter G keeps on the top of the class usually sports a fine average nf' :F X43 l. .. ,, SE I' I' I I " rf :Ji X ' ' Q ' G l l U l l A ig- 1 A . - . . . 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C 7 Whrzzer hard luck captain of football M VP award keeps rn trammg wrth basket ball and track trustworthy secretary of the class often heard saying When I worked at Republrc Steel after strrppmg down the famous blue Plymouth he had to pay a Marme to buy rt contented to let HB and Laurel Arena Hockey Mob plans on gomg to college through Cum Laude often seen m U S parkmg lot promoting drag races ongmator of class debates wrth the faculty knows every joke ever told declded hed rather see actnon rn Class Basketball lnkes thrs mstrtutnons lunches so much he once ate one gets away wrth the most wtth the least demerlts one of the most outstandmg members of the class grves promnse of a successful future 72 JAMES DAVID WHIT Year Entered 1953 A ctz vm er Class Vlce Presrdent 3 Class Secretary 4 Cadmcan Socrety 4 Varsnty Football 2 Captam 4 arslty Basketball Squad 3 4 Varsnty Track 2 3 4 Athletlc Counc1l4 Don Conway Football Trophy 4 All Interstate Football Team 4 resStar Honorable Mentron 4 Jumor Prom Commrttee 3 emor Prom Commnttee 4 All Greater Cleveland Back 4 MOVE BACK PEOPLE, IAM COMING 6-5 f THRQUGH' I 6 gf i 9 E III G r 'tl 0 V ' , , P . S . . V N1 , ' I, 4 U - ,,-- I. L I - . ., . ll fl '. ,, I . . if ' .' " ' . h ," ' g 1 Q 1. . girls fight over him-scrappy forward in the Q f H 'I ' "' lv ly 1 . h u , !, X If 1 J . . ,, N- . . R I df , , ' 1 ' 1 3 ' Cf V rv . - . , . A. . fx A A . . l . ...., 1 1 N .. fd lj, . ' 'l . . D Q. K .0 ' " ' . 0 V KI' Q 5 N ' 7 Rock entered US out of a hazy crazy past at Roxboro and rmmedrately made a hrt sportrng an rnterest rn grrls cars and partres able one learned to wrestle at Lehrgh and has plans of gorng to school there once bought an engrne for S5 but couldnt get rr out of hrs basement has owned numerous gems called autos fsome of them even ranl lrkes workrng rn gas statrons enjoys Mentor partres most of all especrally on the beach affarrs first one out to lunch on Frrdays yet never makes rt back to school on trme-gets a krck out of rearrangrng Mr Bakers Chem room worlds best skater the holds a record of standrng on hrs feet for 40 secondsb lrkes huntrng and fishrng and rndoor events such as The Sportsman Show and New Years Eve the only guy who drrves to school wrth hrs eyes closed never worrres about hrs women uses field excuses as fast as he can buy them starts hrs homework some trme after mrdnrght Rocky rn hrs quret manner wrll make many frrends throughout hrs lrfe and hrs frrendly personalrty wrll take hrm far Year Entered 1953 A ctz L mer Mabmn Board 5 Busrness Manager 4 Cadmean Socrety 4 Varsrty Track Squad 2 Varsrty Wrestlrng Squa Freshman Wrestlrng 1 Freshman Track 1 ,YW fi X fn, i ,r S S 2 Q NX NNXX. l ll! WHERE' rr GO 7 fso ' ' d 2, 3,4 .ull .1 H- H , , .rt I . . . f , . . . . . I i l A D T . a 1 . 7 -he first found the rrde to Bedford an enjoy- Q - ' rv . i ,- . 'J . .I T . ' . z I 1 .- - - . 'fy . ' 4 . ' i r r - ,B , f . - y f 1 r Q ll 1 ' - . . . T , . . . X 1 , , . . . I . . D . J RUSSEL DEMAREE WIDMER IRA JOHN WITMER, III Year Entered 1943 Acziritiet: llubzun Borrd w Copy Edrtor 4 Edu xrd Moore Soeretj 4 Ladmeln Soelety 4 Vlrsltyf Soeeer n B B1sketb1ll7 Vtrslty Basketblll 4 Varsity lrlek Squid 7 Freshmln Football l Freshman Brsketball l Freshman Blseball l Freshm ln Sophomore Prom Lommrttee 7 ILIUIOI' Prom Committee w Senror Prom COUIITHIILL I WI-5 , ie. mm Q M L21 WQWWWW Hifgvrsma W! ff dw J i .Q ' R"E,.ba 4 " f,-4 U H K -,3 f f -,s..4 13' L " -A t- r ,2 - X gl lil I - 'Q D G O it , 1 ' Q f Q3 5 I s -2 . V s y ' T , A if f ' if ,fl -. It . .Q . . Q -4 X s., r - , , V N 5: X. .. - , , , 1' W All : -l s I V A l U 1 I I U Vf4jf f lr- A " X X , . forms of refreshmentfalwnys looking for some W f a , fr f 1 r y 1' " 'Ev' V , .le:" 'A ' ' 1 ' 2 ' E y I I D .L 5 A ,Lk .Q .Y l. 3. ,. -A Ja L U - 1 f, T X .j , ' K 1 A A-Q53-:e,,,. ..A. I . 4 ' 4 at 'x 1 N . '-N ffzif' - - - n ' ' S X L , W Y- U L an jjj mm X H .. ., Sl Wxmp has been at thls mstttutron longer than any other student thnrteen years par trcrpanr of exery sport at one trme or another plays the field and would rather gab than date has followed Krrk lround the cmder oval for three years rlso an A l soeeer man md bucket ball star Lllllfafllf Mabmn rd copy edrtor who eould nes er tell P C, B how the 1d sttuatxon stood had a e1r for two ye trs but hnrlly sold lf bee ruse he nex er bot rt to run has worked for numerous eompanles md h IS eontaets nn ex ery field seen around sehool more on x reatxon than when rn SCSSIOH prefers mrlk to other fun enjoys the Senlor Room jokes and ow ns qurte 1 few of hrs own promotes m my jokes rn elrss yet he neyer pets erught for them lus rn rdet of going, to Demson md pr metre tlls owns the sehool often dre lms of Ill As llkes Reserxe so well he SOITICIIIULS sperks to some of tts rnhrbrtmts thmks th rt Mr Hou arth has the best shop eourse ln L S authorlts on all sports ohn vull be rt home at Denrson 1nd we hope he goes .1 long wsu mth sueeess I 7 Class Poll J1 ID 1 r Cuy 5 M ne l 111 lflfll C lllfllfllll SLIII Llfltd l0 ll11111 11111111 1 1 M1 ler XY Looper 17 I'1r1111r I0 C1155 of D7 C11111'1 117111 1 1 Rul1l111 111 1 C 155 of D C1 mm Dqvt l F111 111111 H1111 1111 Metzger Study 79 Room S 76 C I"1XXfOfLl 5 Pool Room 9 H1r5err5 C lflgi. 4 Afl3OfLIllIl'l Clol1115on 1111l R111l1 7 Mo ff 56110111 llI1Zl16t1 l:15t1111n 76 I71ldr1cr 7 We cr ll Rodgers 7 H011 V11111111111 C 1 fl1l71lfC NILLL 0 Brewer 77 lN Ir15l1 I0 XY"1tter5o11 S 1311119111111 C l1ce11 1 1 Ihlxcn Rclcl l4 ll' 111 B1 Docrgc 5 lOl1USOfl R111 l0 Beelccr l0 Allen CAll1n1 l 1 ll l 11111 511011111 131 1111111111 76 1 Y C!1771'11l11711 lumen il C1rlS 1 O55 Qoursu S Root Bur 1111l l1etzcl5 7 15 511111111 l 11111 1111611111 H1rx 1.5 7 1 l 1f1XC 1 F11rl31nlC l I Dougc XXl1o Sr111l115 1E1lcr51 l ll1111'L11111 I 3111111 H111 10 D C1c1er 70 M lr15l1 70 f110 116 131111 M11l Co1111c5 60 Ar11lcr5or1x1ll1 1 Return of I-l11tl11roft 4 Mx Intlc lil11k Book 1Coop1r1 l 6S D1t11r1m XX 155 to C r11l111r1 111 SLllUOl 1 Be15t 1 ffe 111 111 11111 Ro1lfcr5 D0 XX ebcr ll BL l H111 1911161 How 1 HCfflClx 79 Beclxer S A L l C 11111111211f111 H051 I1 Ben D7 F1rm1r S C 1111111111 5 f111o111'1 371111111 Blfildlifugllli, 46 Cl115111g, Mrs hllfflfli C C l111lCL11 l l Atl1let1c Conr15t -L XX rcstlmg CDocrgc1 l ol1l P15 1 9 1711 11111 F1111 51110111 Hobm Dl7l11lUlC1D D7 The H1ll S1l1ool l7 Ol1 Tr11l fix 11151 l 77o91Sl111C1rBl1d fRe11l1 l Alblm C1115 School rHoxr1 1 131,,1ff ll 1111111111 XX 1ttcr5o11 lXfetz1:cr 73 XX Lbcr S 1111 C11 1 1 The Om l C711 to D0 I 1115 ll l 11115 l5l 1111l 9 131' 1111 ' 1 1 ' - Orl e 1 3-4 L 1 ' 5 .1 1 '- lf .lu ' 13 1' 1 ' f ,L L - ' 1 R11 ' 13111 1 ' ' U 'Aygff' 1X'1.i1f fl11'111A11" 1 , . 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Chirlu Adcxms hm Curumrin C ir Freshmen YAY 3""""!1 S8 In sl rm Txm Leonard burr Fwrbush C hip Havx good Mark funk Hank Hmdon Tom I'x.ms Senna' Run luhn Dexume Dlck kwtnlan Srexc P Ioms Bob Irvxm lohn Lane Tum Ilghtbo iy Seventh Grade NJ! R014 Inhn Wrlghr Pau1WeaxLr bra-we Szabo Daxe Strand Tum NX'uml Bob Trcnlmmp Mwrzd R zz Ixm XX .ntrnmm Tum XX mehr Dm Nu mJLr Nlxkc XX illuu Nhkg NXKJFII Cx Vkgllmm I-ym Wcllmm rmzdenf Fay Broun V144 Prwfdefzf Dan bvsandnr Mnrelurm bp1keN.1rtcn Tumnru Tom XVr1LhI 7 Russcxl badlcr George Xhlbwurm Bob! L ug Xmes Hcnrx Ximm SL zlx mm Sghnu in urln my Bull Srumrt Splkn NUILI1 crm Sim alr Bull U L U7 AK TIN I' tile--s :RN N HA 7? PQOVl5 Hb 5 QL M I-l7JfR Iames Barmr Delarmde Wnnglr XY1ll1am Iadr' Chr1sL.1nLn'apk Robert lunu Iuhn Baruzr Lum! Run 'Iurx Drurcl Linus Bohdnnmr Durd C ugklu Mr Pqscr Iury lxxrrruiga Ihom rs Ixmnq Herbert Ida Sixth Grade 1 U1 1 f 1 Rm Mcnklcr Dnrd Sdundcrs Crunrgc Sherwin Arthur Irunhlft Xrnulrl Saumlcrs XX1lu1m XX lI'hlll'fUfl fm Az NLM n 1rdThumwn Creurhu Nu ut Rm1IdNIum cr Nir 'uscr XX muh 'Nfdlum Iktnr Rubbmx R ,but XX Lbsrcr R Benton Bohannon Francxs bzabo Allen Frxetllander 'I xmothy Dautel Allan Barney ee mf R111 lohn Babson WlllldH1BdlClMlIl Rrehartl Fhoburn C eorge C rule Thomas Sumner C lxrlx Ran lt Thomas Saunders -lfvna' Run lJlI1lLlBl'lClxCl" Henry Mattlmex C harles Crallagher Iames C hlsholm Thomas Vfooele T1mothyLytle Mr ltselmer Fifth Gro Fourth Gracle for firm! Run Thomas Clark I-loraee Tay lor Robert Grrese Iames Barker lay Slobey Semnd Ron Nlr Holmes Stem art 'Newell Xlvflllldm Lalfce lohn X rrelen Iames Buraer Ronald behumann lhl1ChdLlHCJPlC1US Tlurd lv 4 Geor e I'nos Iames Nlyers Antlrexx Goodman Dale Gronbaeh Frank Porter Damel Barnes Harris Creech C ll Gerhard Hnfjfman Peter Allen Prestnn Stern Lux IS NIL! rc-an Daud Hopktns 1 r1dR Il NIH bumncr XX .IIILF Num muh N1thr1L1s Btltixun D11Sh1Llis frmst l'11th Ihumtx lxnutsgn 111 s Din 111 R11 Ore my btuttrt 61.11 Hnlhster Domtlas Frte ilantlcr IJITICS Skall NX'1ll111m Nuyts 'wi V I 1rlD1shr11 Alm P4111 nhn Puxtr Thom 11 IXx1tl1t S 1 nn R111 Mrs Fblmtt kenneth hut D111 1 Shcrbun 11 Stu1rtL1luti Dma R,1nit luhn Durfx Txlcr R bb111 Ifnf 1 1 trlu XX1 ll Nunutl Illlillxlll X trt Nthxxn 1111111 fn 1 Run Lclantl lxnutscn Ion lnaersoll lames Loolltlgc Quentm Stern Semnd Run Xirs Sghreyer Nhchael Freedman NI1chaelXX'xll1ams Malcolm Stoul Thomas Thoburn Tl rd Roz: Dautl Vmlcn Peter Paul C hns Nartcn Iohn Toth Daxxd Lamprenht Ioseph GIUHIH Q98 first Run Wflllxam Cooluls.,e Randall NicFall Brute Niax ec Semud R011 Mrs Aul Onrlle Dean Leland Sherxx rn Robert Vanl Wrllard Stoner Davrd Hrubx Mrs johnston Tlurd R014 Thomas Gruber Rxcharcl Martel . ' .J 4. , ' f , A Y S l I 1 1 D ty 4, T V ' -y 1 . ' ' . A . I A A ' , A . ' 'I , - . john Hopkins, Rnchard Bargar LJ. v' I A V x ' A A Y , v Y T Y v , 4 5 I . . . Ay v 1 , ' A ' ' - v ' '. x V 3 1 y 1, , 'QW' 51 ,E 3 xx' Q f . W 1 Q fa 79fiS'35'9'Pv 5'T9 Q32 3 A 3.1575 FTAPHHA H5 F , i.. -Q? The Head Keeper of the Inner Sanc- tum, formally known as Mr. Cruikshank's office, is Mrr. Margaret lllhitelaead. Aside from her duties as Mr. Cruikshank's secre- tary, she looks after the Schools schedule, setting dates for the various chapel pro- grams and other school functions. Alri. Mercedes lllatterson, secretary for the athletic department, and mother of three "outstanding U.S. men," can usually be found in that hole-in-the-wall known as "Napo- leon's Den" - that is, when she is not up in the dorm living room, enioying a cup of coffee and working on the latest cross-word puzzle. ,lliii Vera Brejleyx. who has worked at U.S. for 31 years, can still remember the regime of ex-Headmaster Harry A. Peters. Always ready with an answer for any prob- lem, her friendly smile is a fixture behind her desk in the front office. Alri. Helen Slllllh. hiding behind the switchboard in the main office, can listen in on choice conversation, and heckle the unlucky operator. She is noted for her willingness to loan a dime provided, of course, that she gets a quarter back. illrr. Arlene Fieldi. serving her first term as Middle School and Alumni secretary, has proved to be a most friendly addition to the school. Much of her time is spent in guiding errant Middle Schoolers through the rigors of life at U.S. Fritz llvinkel. who has been at Univer- sity School for more than thirty years, rules the athletic store with an iron hand and wards off vandals from his well-tended ath- letic equipment. Fritz is versatile in three languages and is looking forward to becom- ing a grandpa. Fritz's humor will never be forgotten by any of us when we leave U.S. Stere Sjdor has been a member of the maintenance staff since 192' and drives one of the school station-wagons. Steve takes charge of our always neat grounds and is never too busy to help anyone. james C. Lindsey has had a hand in the preparation and serving of the famous U.S. lunch ever since 1950. Always helpful, with a ready smile, -lim is highly esteemed by many, many U.S. students, past and present. Fred Hznnrnel. stationed at U.S. since 1941, is in charge of the woodshop where he repairs desks, tables, and chairs, among other broken items. Fred is regarded by many as friendly, warm-hearted philosopher. Ben Crruland has been a familiar sight along the halls since 19-11 and his cheery "Mornin" endears him to the students and faculty. Ben is best known for his free hand in signing K.A.'s. jamei Carl jordan has been here for two years now and is liked by everyone. He works on the kitchen staff and helps maintain the plant. Carl is married and has one son. Carlton Terry assists Fritz in keeping the locker room clean and tidy. This is his nrst year on the main- tenance staff. C Alirr Alice .-1lcAlahnn. tender of "Louie's" vault, will cheerfully change money, cash checks, and guard your ledgers. Along with the rest of the secretarial staff, she has mid-morning membership in the "Dorm Living Room Club", which, over a cup of coffee, attends to such im- portant agairs as the daily cross-word puzzle and the read- ing and re-reading of the morning paper. Frank Sleplaenr has helped keep the building from falling down for over twenty years. Frank can always be found around the campus somewhere or driving the school bus. Deep in the bins of the school are two men who perform the monumental task of keeping us warm in the winter. Their huge boiler looms two stories high in the "out of bounds" regions of the school. Herb Donna! and Einar lVaage have taken care of the coal shoveling for many winters. IUOQ Ct? P--"3 Q5 X Q3 W 99! LZ:-l 5:4 if -ff F oo :W Cf X m oo 5 Q C ' t 2- 'Y gm U C .Qui A' +1 07' 3+ a I Wg 2 Q f v' Prefects The Prefect Board, under the able leadershlp of Chalrman Rip Ruhlman, mamtamed order and drsclplmc rn many dally school actrvltles throughout the school year Through the hard work of Mr Qrurkshank and the Eve semor prefects, the senlor class adopted the honor system for the th1rd stralght year The mam responslbllrry of thc prefccts 15 to establlsh and xmprove student master rcla trons In order for the prefcct board to achrcwc a degree of harmony rn the school thc students must be prepared to dlscuss any .md all d1fT1cul tres wmth therr class reprcscnmtrvcs Thc prcfects .mon wlth the admmrstrauon Thelr dallx durlcs mcludc takmg attcndmcc at extra hclp, SLIPLIWISIOH of milk and crlckcrs marntenancc of ordcr at the lunch hour and rcadmg chapel notxccs m thc mornmg The Board vs hrch rs comparable to thc student govcrnmcnt systcm nn collcge, conslsts of hxc sen1ors,thrcc yumors and threc sophomores 6 four this year, becausc of 1 tre ln xotrngj These repre sentatnes are elcctcd ln thc sprmg of the year precedmg thcrr term of OHILC 1nd 1re choscn by therr respectrxe classes Firtt R014 .' Stu fxlers B1IlM1ller Rrp Ruhlman Tom Watterson Tom Han es cond Rf Ge-owe Opdy ke Les llles B mb Rodgers Ierry Meclmger Tom Clark Baxrtl Teu ksburx lack Staples Clam: man Rrp Ruhlman 19' S zu: . . . . l 3 I E . U V l I ' f f ' 1 , also deal with discipinary problems, in cooper- f . ' -1 s K K . I l I . 1 . 2 . ' ' l f . , . ' Q , - ' Y, Q l ' ' . 1 1 l T Q 102 J IBM ELECTRONIC BRAIN MACHINE ffv-vvrx' -"""VQ 2 3 mcoqnj 1 at a f 'Air ,ooo 0 fl 2 7 00 A 1 l'X Cum Laude Society The purpose of the Cum Laude Society brought to University School in 1911 is to rec ognize scholastic achievement in the senior class Acceptance into the society depends upon one s grades Ten percent of the senior class is inducted in thc fall on the basts of their unior Ycar axcrigc These boys were Dave Gross Bob Crawford rick and Carl Doerge In the spring another ten percent are brought into this select society on the basis of their senior year grades This gives new boys a chance to attain membership All student members receive a gold key and a certificate of membership The Society is based on thc same principles as Phi Beta Kappa in college It was originated at thc Tome School in Maryland in 1906 US was the seventh school to form a chapter Many Eastern prep schools have chapters as well as our friendly neighbor Laurel School Mr Robert S Wlltcnn is the faculty adviser for the Society Flrrt Ron Bob Kirkpatrick Carl Doerge Mr Walton Dave Gross Bob Crawford Second Ron Sterling McMillan Jeb Gaither Bob Moritz QIOSJ f My . W'L V Q . . . , . warrior :cw ' ' ' ' ' - my R gk 3,3 ., 7 . . , cs, O ... . g l . 1 1 . ' ' ' ' ' 1 C Q E . . J , all ,, 2 ,.- Q ' 'N Q Q 'fe 9 Sterling McMillan, Bob Moritz, Bob Kirkpat- Q LZ 7 1 ' . . 7 . Qifihroz U i 4 . . i ' 1 I . . I Eb ' .S L 1 3 The INN: r h1s 151111 thls yur excelled rn the helds of htertry endeuor The Botrd xx IS sprr :ted to new heights by Edltor rn Lhlef lon XY'e1l md Mrnmgrng Edrtor Rrp Ruhlm m Due eredlt must also be gn en to the m my Assoellte Kell tors vs ho fL1I'I1lSl1CLl the llterlry m lterml Bob Morltz Irterlry Edltor mnntuned the hlgh st xndlrd of work whleh 155LlLLl from hls deplrtment 1nd thrs ptge vms mtde exen more popullr by the LLllf0I'l tls of Brlek Home eoupled vuth the new ly lnstlglted Off Bounds eolumn by Tom XX uterson Fe lture ILl1IOI'IDU.L Rodgers md Sports Edrtor Stu Ilrlers llso were gftlf rs sets rn mtlelng euh ptper 1 sueeess Sterhny, MeM1ll1n md hrs elmert etptured the students ln 1ll types of poses B1llL1k1n Art Ldltor eune the student hfe tt U5 Business M ID tger Bob Sehxfer kept the xxolf mn from the btelx door while DlLl'x Creler supplled the xd money to mxke the job etsler for Bob The Clreulmon Deprrtment herded by lynn Terrett fought to get the oldest sehool prtper in Ohlo LlI'LLll1ILC.l unong the student body and the "llLlIUI1l Mr Chrlton Thomson the Fteulty Aduser kept the Near rn order 1nd wts fmlwwys ftrounel to help suggest eneoumge proof rewd 'md Cen sor when necessary'J Wrthemtlt hls guldanee the paper would newer hue been so sueeessful ze, F11 I R011 Tom W atterson Daxe Rodgers Rlp Ruhlman Mr Thomson lon Wferl Bob lx10l'lIZ Stu Erlers Ste-rl1nL MeM1llf1n .StL17Id R11 Ly nn Terrett Bull Falun Tom lohnson Carl Doerae Barrel Texx lesbury Dan Iflllott Bob Cram ford Brleley Home Qtexe lett Mrlee Well Gan Prldner Tl nd Run George lrun Daw: Gross Duck Gere-r Bob Krrltpatrrele Bob Schafer Drelx Stew art Dnele Wessman Dax res Maddox john Rrehl Bxll Henut ' Y 1 . . 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Tvs ytlrs llllbz 111 urs brought to 1 t st throu3.,h tht spilling, of mueh blootl SXKLII rntl tttrs by tht entrrt fllubiuz Borrtl Ltlrtorrn Lhltf Rlp Ruhlmln was the rnsplrlnt, fxttor xxhrth sprnnttl the whole network of ttlztors t trtoonlsts mtl xx rrters lun XX tber lXllIYlglI1g Eelltor gut Rxp the bxtklnr he neetlttl bx thttltrng to ste thit the tomplttt protluttlon rin on tn exen lteel Art Ltlltor Bill Llltln mtl ltttllng trrtoomst C 1l Allen furnlshttl this XLIFS boolx xuth somt of the best trrtoons mtl trrlttturts to rpptrr rn n ye rs on XX t llterlr Lt mr tnt trlb hut tontrlbutttl the Senior lJIOLfI'lPl1lLQ xxhllt Blll Htntst heltls tht spttrll ftlturts to mxlee Xltlfiltlli txtn bttter Sports ltlrtor Stu Elltrs h 18 grxen full toxer me of 1ll sports tnt hrnlxs to the utr rtttlx tunerl ol gILI'llI1L MtM1ll1n Phototrrphx Itlr tor ut xxtrt 1blt to bring to tht rtltltrs more rnformrl pltturts suth lS those xxhlth proxttl to t SUpUPLll1I'llSfXL1I' I'ht llI1lIlL1llLUfIlllS xt lr s Xl :fu III xx rs l tretlx mltle posslblt throuth tht hrrtl xxorlt ot Bob Xlorrtt s Atlxtrtrslng Dtputmtnt Iohn XX ntmer rn th true or Atlxertlslng Qopx tlltl 1I'l exttllent lob IH tolltttlna, mtl settrne up the rd prlges In thrs trtmtntlous ttslt he :ms tssrstetl bx Dltlt Frlctlmln llm Preston mol Mel Trut The hnll sales xx ere tomplctctl bs Cul Doertt xx ho xx rs held ot the Sllts Intl Qrrtulttlon Dtplrtmcnt 7 1 711111 R114 fnlnffv lxffzf lt lb rt thls IIIUL th tt we of tht l97o flltlfiltlll bnrtl vloultl llkt to piy l'I'lbLlIL to Mr Peter Brlrntrtl vs ho :sour Iwtulty Atlxlstr Mr Brrnnrtl IS ln re1l1ty tht unsung hero of tht Alulm Il If xt hxtl not been for hrs untntllng p1t1entt mtl p1tern1l ttlxlte thls l956 flltlhlllfl vsoultl nextr hue relthttl tht hrst step of pL1bllLll'lOI'l Rl f ? 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I Q Q Glee Club I.- ,,W--WM.,-, ,J .Ji y 4 1 The 63th year of the Glee Club under the d1rect1on of Mr Fmnk Hruby vyas undoubtedly one of IES most successful Ptes1dent ay Thomp son and Tteasurcr Cnty Prldner lcd tht f1tt1y1t1es ofthe Glee Club H'1rd vyork pud off for the smgtrs 1n thc1r m my perform mtts throughout tht yur In ad Ll1E1OIl to fl'lCl1' homt tontert tht boys ptrformtd 1n du 11 concerts yy1th H B ind Old Tflll Sthool 1n Akron An mttrtstmg 1nd nottyyorthy pct formante yy Is 5,11 tn by tht otttt yyhtn thty smg xt the Cleytlxnd RCll8b1llIZ1I10fl Ctntcr oytr otttts numtrous rpptlrtntts Tht 1nnu1l US tonttrt yy is ont of tht hncst IS lf lllgllllfjllfttl juz PIHHISI Cnty Plltllltf md tht Cl1SSlC'll p11no of Duc Clross yy ho IS Llllllll nltmg h1s fourth ymr IS tht Cylct C lub s UHILIII 1uomp1n1st 'Iht otttt yy IS llC,lI'Illy rttuytd 15 thty d1d 1 humorous rty1s1on of Ttuz :tt Prayer futurmg Burd 'Ityyltsbury Thc othtr octet mtmbtrs lrc Duc h1lLlLlOX I1111 Corntll Cnty P1ldntr Tom Polgtr fly Thompson lltlt Stl pits 1nd Dltk Snnms Tht Crlct Clubs l4v7 rtht xrstls proytd to bt 1 lot ot fun for tht tntlrt group 1nd yy1th tht prmtltss le1dcrsh1p of Mr Hruby tht smgmg turntd out yyell ' 1 Y 7 Y I 1 . 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I lx ' 1 ' T hug 1 I 1 H .4 1 " " ' "1- 1"1 1' 15 111 4.1- ' em " 5 411 - 1 11111 11111 for 911,111 , 111153 the vrllarn and hrs nephew They are duly con vrcted and sentenced to executron by Adolph The trral of course rs held secretly rn the mrddle of the nrght and Adolph happens to be a por sonous pet snake of the Angels who carrles out the sentence wlth great haste In the end everything works out happrly as the handsome young doctor Trrp Royal captures the heart of the daughter pleasrng her mother lPeggy Beesoml and the rest of the partrcrpants A final touch of humor was added by Randy Lrsterman who played the part of a buxom old fuddy duddy who pald her brlls wrth credlt Mr McCre1ht has lndeed come up wrth another of hrs memorable productrons as My Three Angels ex en wrth flawless actmg cannot be as effectne and descrrptxve as one wrth lights sound back ground and the other properties so requlsrte for 1 successful play Under the drrectron of Pete Smuffer these re qurrements were met Bill Eakm Doug Hoyt Drck Mrller Drck WCISS and the entrre constructron crew created an unusual and colorful set and Steve ett and Sterlmg McM11lan spent thelr tlme gatherrng propertres Agarn the electrrcal abrlrtres of rm and John Loofbourrovs were put to much use as the two rigged up the necessary rllummatron Ilffflfflff 559' Ci? Fin! R014 J john Little, john Watterson, Tod Adams Bill Hengst jay Thompson Bill Hargett Bob Crawford Sterling McMillan john Errcsson Dxck Wessman Steve Iett Second Rau jerry Hall Duck Werss Doug, Hoyt Dave Gross Floyd Meck George Metzger jrm Loofbourrow Ken Laven Tom Harvey Drck Muller Brll Eakrn Mrke Dxvely john Loofbourrow Thzrd Rou Pete Stauffer Steve Hough Dave Rodgers jack Herrick Dave Whrte Jrm Weber Dxck Stewart Jon Well Harley Gheen Brll Cooper Randy Lrsterman Warner Adams S M S f I j 1 ll aes .A , j n . ' EO: . . . , ' 4V'ot4' I W N '. . . ' ' 30:45 ,f Ylrthout scenery and propertres a play such 0 F ! I. . v I . .. . v . rf I' 2 ' , , J is- ll . - .' u . . . . ' .I X NIV. . -I Yrxhy uk X 4 mop Ccldmecun Society Frm! R011 Daye Re1d Tom XX attcrson Tom Haney Randy L1sterman Mr Ph1l Sumner Stu Ellers Second Ron Dare Rodgers Tom C urrxcr Car1Doer1.e Tom lohnson B111 Harcett Russ XX'1c mer Third R011 B111 M111er 11m Saclcett B111 Cooper R1p Ruhlman Gary P11dner Floyd Meclx Plerldelll Tom Haney VIfEP1'6'5ld6'7Il Stu l'1lers Sefrelam Tom XVattcrson Trearurer Randy L1sterman Pledge Marla Daxe Re1d fafulty Adzuer Mr Ph115umncr O11 M lf 1 U 1 1 1 At V'1I'10L1S per1oc1s durmg thc yur '1sp1r1ng plcdges 1nd the1r eager ant1cs dchght 1nd qmuse thc school Orgamzed back 1n 1919 thc Utd mc tn Soc1cty or1g1nf1lly 1 dcbmng group has muntuned rn nnportant 1nf1ucncc 1n the 1fTa1rs of thc school It IS composed of mcmbcrs of thc scnror md JLIHIOI' clqsscs choscn on thc b1s1s of chftmctcr Ind persomhty Dxch prospcctlyc mcmbcr must undcrgo 1 short pledgmc, PCI'1OLl 1n wluch hc lc lrns thc mcfmmg of thc ysord h 1rdsh1p IS yycll 1s thc mc lnlng of thc so brothcrhood 1nd scrucc The of11ccrs of this yc Irs soclcty yyerc Tom 1-hrxcy PfLS1LlCIlf Stu E11crs VILL prcs1dcnt Tom Wlttcrscmn sccrcttry R'lDLly llstcrmln rrc lsurcr Duc Rcld plcclgc IUISILT 1ndf1culty 1c1x1scr Mr P W Sumncr 'I'l1coutst1nd1ny, con trrbutlons of thc soclcty to the school yycrc the 1nnu1l Flthcr s 1nd Son s Blnquct thc ny 1fL1lfN., of thc C,1L1Il1Ll1'l Trophy to 1 dcscrung scn1or 1nd thc succcssful Lommumty Lhcst dmc In 1LlLllIlOI'1 thc C,'ldII1L'1l'1 Soclcty sponsorcd th rt popul lr Qhrrstm IS trmc d lncc thc Sno1yb1l1 Frohc 1nd qs 1 rcsult of thc full turnout S150 yy 1s collcctcd for thc Muscullr Dystrophy Asso LIICIOII Lhmlxmg thc cnt1rc yc1r of 1ct1y1t1cs yy 1SI11C. 1nnu1l PILUIL hcld it thc close of school , bt, ti i 3, N . .1 ' 1 7 cictyfs four cornerstones: friendship, loyalty: K ' 1 , . ,'-. ,' yt ' Q' V l ' y 1, ,A-Ji L. I ll 1. s ' 1 ' v' if ,pix 1. 1 2- 'L ' 'Q my 'lh1s yc1rs Edu 1rc1 Moorc Soclcty 111s c1onc much to uphold IIS purposc to C rmtc m11nt11n 1nd cxtcnd throughout thc school hlgh st1ndf1rc1s of L11r1st11n charictcr PI'CS1LlC.UI B111 M111cr c11rcctcc1 thc 1ct1x1t1cs of thc org1n1L1t1on Also supplylng lcadershlp for thc Soclcty xxcrc Vlcc Prcs1dcnt R1p Ruhlmfm Secrcmry Bob Mor1tz 1nc1 Trcwsurcr Bob Schlfcr Onc of thc SOLICIYS most succcssful contr1 bLlfl0US xx as thc annu 11 drlxc If Ll1r1stm 15 xnhlch collccts food L10f11lf1g incl moncy for nccc1y 1'-lIDl1lLS Thc moncy vu IS rusccl lf tl1c Lclwqrd Moorc F111 Fllng 1n anntml cl 1ncc 11c1c1 1ftcr thc f111 contcsts vuth Rcscrxc A xxcck long c1m palgn If scl1oo1 prox 1dcc1 food toys '1nc1 L1OI11lflg Soc1cty mcmbcrs thcn n11c1c m1ny pcoplcs Lhr1stm1sh1ppy by dlstrlbutlng, thcsc much 1p prcc11tcc1 ltcms to nccdy fumhcs Thc soclcty 1150 supports 1nd corrcsponds xuth 1 Frcnch war orphm Andrc Anothcr of the Soc1ety s actnmes IS the gct '1cqu'11ntcc1 mcctmg for all new boys qt thc bcgmnlng of the school ycar The Soc1ety ofTercd IIS scrxlccs lf thc 1nnu 11 MlfLll of Dunes B1skctb'111 Cnmc xn anuqry Thc proceeds of th1s gume go roxn ftrds thc trcu mcnt ind cure of polxo v1ct1n1s Thc Soclctys 1nnu1l p1cn1c IH unc complctcd thc Soc1cty s 1ct1v1t1cs for thc ymr 1 we 7' S wwf EAKIN Hpwew 1'1r1l Rau Tom Harney Rlp Ruhlman Bob BIOIIIZ Mr Tucker Fox B111 M111er Bob Schafer B111H3fg6If Randy Lnsterman Second R011 jay Thompson jon Wenl Jeb Ganher c,df1 Docrce Tnp Royal John Wltmcr B111 Ealun Qtcsc Houch Douc, Hoy t Tin 41 R014 B111 Hcncst L IFN 11l11ncr Bob 1x1r1cp.1tr1clc Lux Goodmm Tom C larl-c lack 5t.1p1cs 1'lou1 Xicclc In den! 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K. -' 5: 1 'B . -1 .'R '- 11111 The Forensxc Socrety IS the youngest of the schools socletres formed three years ago wlth the purpose of encouragmg all types of publlc speaking Membershlp 15 open to students ln the Upper School who dxsplay speaklng ablhty SOCICYY members Dlck Stewart Mlke Dlvely and Drck Zare attended the Model U N Assem bly at Lakevs ood Hrgh School durmg the sprmg where they had a chance to use some of thelr publlc speakmg techmques The mam feature of the Socrety s program was the Forenslc Carnrval held 1n the Sprmg The contest featured cash prrzes for the wmners 1n debatlng dlscusslon extemporaneous speakmg prepared debatmg poetry readlng declamatxon and radlo speakmg The Socrety also holds debates and dlscusslons on Saturday mornmgs Presldent Bob Schafer a1ded by Vnce Pres :dent Brll Mlller dlrected the 1ct1v1t1es of thc Socxety ID trymg to fulfill rts oblecnve of lm provmg the quallty of speakmg 1n the school Sterllng McM1llan was the secretary of the or ganrzatlon and order was kept by Sergeant at Arms Bob K1fkP1IflCk Faculty Aduser Mr Chllton Thomson lent his rude knowledge of publrc speaking to the Socxety 41 'P Frm! R011 Iohn Watterson Rnp Ruhlman Bob Kxrkpatrxck Sterlxng McM1llan Mr Thomson B1llM1ller Bob Cram ford Mule Drvelw Second Roz: Bob Nightingale Doug Hoyt Dxck Zare B1ll Hengst john lxeller Drck Stewart Dave Maddox Bob Chapman Ed Lnntz Chuck Becker Thfrd R011 Stexe Jett john Lrttle Iohn Loofbourrovx Fred Ramsey Bob Morltz jack Staples Drck Srmms Mike Well Buck Home President Bob Schafer VlfePre51de11t Bxll Mlller Sefretarj SterlmgMcM11lan Sergeant at Arms Bob Kxrkpatrxck Faculty Ad: ner Mr Chilton Thomson 6 E15 CUTWONS TODAY F,gt.o SKIPPERS 5- QNLY Athlehc Co uncll Composed of the e1ptuns, minagers, eoaches 1nd the he1d eheerleleler, the Athletle Qounell axx 'trds x.1rs1ty letters ind freshmftn numertls to those boys deserxmg the reeognltlon Besides satxsfxmg thrs purpose, the eounell holds meet ings perlodleally throughout the sehool xetr to dlseuss the athletne s1tu1t1on Tr.untng mfrte trons sehool morale, md other questions per tuntng to the SPOIIS xxhleh ftre rn progress are subyeet to frequent dlseussxon or 1et1on Thls xelrs eounell, presided ox cr by Athletle Dlreetor D MeC,1rraher md reeorded through the pen of Bob Sehlfer seeretlry xx fts not llckrng ID suggestlons for lmproxements IH the ftthletle setup A mmor ehange vxas lpproxed by the eounell IH the xarsltx trlek letter requlrements IS xx ell 'ts th proxlslon to wx 1rd elass numerftls to those ILIDIOI' xlrslty btslcetblll pl IQLTS xxho reeelx ed the eoteh s I'LUJI'D1'l1Ll'lLl1Il0H Besldes performmg thelr dutles on the held the Athletle C,OLl!1Lll student members serxe lb hosts for sdl xlsltmg tthletle telms The mem bers tlso 'ud ln selling tlekets tnd dlstrlbutmg progrtms 'tt tll home eontests Prob rblx the most lmportrnt job 1 more mtmglble one lb to lxeep sehool Splflf tt 1 high lexel Thls xelrs orgml zltlon has done vxell in extendmg the good pree etlent of prex tous LOLll'lL1lS I I UV r s r Xlr n em r Pirmt Mr Nlei lrrther r Nlolten Nr llorner r B ubenmxer om lx u 1 4 l xefrross Ihou l lurhtnlel It ut er 41111 K urrler Dnele beter wwf lv 1 B ID lxmtpatrxele D xe R ml ers lon l.1tt e Dstxe XY hlte Due Rell Boh Nr h iter Cmrx P11 inet l J Q O U In l A -L L A A. . .' wg' I t . ,S - ,. 2 A . 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Dorm Prefects F1rf1Roz4 T reI.ans1nLer 'Iom Iohnson Tom Curr1er Semud R011 Lerox Nio er Daxe NX Ari XX ax ne G1Iberr Iohn Rrehl Headed by Chfurman Tom ohnson thc Dor m1rory Prefects seek to preserve law 1nd order semor Tom Qurrrer 1un1ors LeRoy Moyer and jerry Lansxngcr sophomores Dave Wqrd ohn Rrehl and W1yne Cnlbert It IS the duty of these boys vs ho are elected by all the boardmg, students to be the lmders and authormes of P1ck1nds H1 Junior F !Rfz Sew nd R011 Ruhard Rodmrs Georae Whdr rdku 7 The Mrddle School Prefecr Board hrs eom brned d1sc1pl1nary dunes and consrdemrron of of the M1dd1e School durrng the past year Under the guxdmce of Mr S R Bobenmyer the mem bers have drsplayed therr leadershlp 1n handhng the dnerse problems that come under rherr jur1sd1ct1on 551: EAKIN +-QL 41145 5 Q i Y ' fri 1: .' A 1 Q 1, I. Thr' "':1.' W V ' 4 ' 1 in Pickands Hall. Serving under johnson are school problems in serving as the student council . , . . l 1, 1 ,J . ' . . . , - 1 1 K s 4 - ' y ' 1 ' AL . D I I . . . l . .l1. ......... .. r r 'ul ,rf if, ' "' 1. ' ,, V , . 1 an , x Prefects Iohn R rhb unc Al C arf X611 Thompson Ieff C ole B111 Hamdron Dax: A mms Tom NX r11.hr Dan Ssxander Sprke 'Xarten Fayette Bron n F1111 Ron .' George Opdyke, jim Cornell, Mel True. ,lim Loofbourrow, Dave Vfard er U Hd ROW: Tony Thomson, Ken Laven, Lee Brewer, jerry Hridell, Bill Besse, Hans Gronbach, Richard Genet, Russ Sadler, llenry Martin 'lfaird Roz: .' XX'arner Adams, .lohn Loofbourrow, George Irvin, Dick Simms, Bob Chapman, Bruce Healy I'rwiz1'e111: Mel True Secretaf1:George Irvin The Projection Club has served the school during the past year by showing Elms in chapel and class- rooms, as well as giving its members an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skill in the operation of movie projectors. The Club, Linder the leadership of The junior Classical League, organized for the first time at University in 1955, is a chapter ofthe nation- wide glunior Classical League. This whole league. in turn. is sponsored by the American Classical League. The purpose of the club is to encourage among students an interest in and appreciation of the language, civili- zation, and literature of ancient Rome. A student must QQ President Mel True, has expanded its program and increased its membership. Highlight of the Club's activities was a Film Festival, featuring films on for- eign countries. have a high academic average in Latin to be eligible for the club. Victor DeMarco was elected president and Charles Berkey was elected vice-president of the club, which currently consists of fourteen members. Henk Hoets, because of his complete knowledge of the classics, was chosen mascot for the club during the I955-56 school year. Firff Roi: J Fd Lintz, Bill Besse. 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A .Q if-,W :R ps I Soccer Team Under the excellent coachlng of head man Donald Molten and hrs assrstant Davrs Parker thc U S soccer team enjoyed another good year, flnlshlng second rn the League standrngs Goalre Gary Plldner got the season off rrght as he shut out WRA ln the opener l 0 Two weeks later the booters bounced back from 1 loss to W R U to roll over Case Tech, 3 0 Center forward Carl Doerge put on a one man show, scorrng all three markers Dcsprte a tremendous flghtrng spxrrt the var srty dropped thelr next two contests This slump was broken through when Plldner turned rn hrs thrrd shutout of the season against Cranbrook 2 O Harley Gheen and Doerge counted for the Preppers, whrle the fullbacks Captain Dave Rerd and John Wxt mer, broke up the Crane offense Three days before the Nlchols clash Goalle Plldner suf fered a severe ankle spram ln a practlce ses sron and hrs seasons play came to a halt However ack Blakeslee proved himself an extremely capable substitute, and only a last mznute penalty krck gaxe Nrchols a come from bchlnd 7 7 draw Agalnst arch rnal W R A jack was ex en better and the Green werc shutout by the Preppers for the second time The backfleld was agam superb whlle Docrge and Gheen led the offense Teamwork was the key to the team s suc ccss teamwork and team spmt Forwards Bob lxlrkpatrlck and Floyd Meck set up numerous talhes wrth therr sharp accurate passes and coxcred the held w1th untrrrng legs Tom Currrcr and Ghccn wcre the maxnstays of the I'1rJ1 R014 Bob Morrtz Bob lxxrkpatrnck Iohn XX ltmer Captam Dax e Rerd Carl Doc-me Tom Currrer Floy d Meclt Second Razz Nr Molten Coach Dow. Hoxt Harley Gheen Bruce Taken Garx Plldner Rusty Seel C lcm Gunn Randx Lnsterman lklanaaer jay Thompson Nlr Parker Asst Coach 1ns1de lrne and were ably backed up by Doug Hoyt and Bruce Eaken halfbacks Bob Moritz Clem Gunn, Rusty Seel and Randy Lrsterman also turned 1n conslstently fine performances Dave Rerds rnsplrecl play and leadershlp won h1m the E A Rolmron Soccer Auard and Gunn was elected captam of next years team NARNVIX SOCCPR 1911 Nllllvlll xnonrl I ll I1 ns! 1 :nr We tern Rrserxe xlllfllllh Xlesttrn Reserxe lmur tx lass Institute Nhadx Nlde -Math-lm 1 ranbrook N1 html Xlchols S1 hool Xl extern Re serx e A1 Adu NK on ost Tlet ffe 5 I .2 xx-' Q 46 fl 'VW C lk-Q 1 , . ' V,- , , .r . , Q 3 7 - Y Z' v ,V ' 1 ' - v . ' , . ,k, , , , 1 . , ,. , l . 4 . . 3 . v . 3 Y . .I - . - T S ' I ' . , . . . 4 . . . , ' A I h v Y - , r ' 4 . . . I . 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Behlnd Csaptun Bob Fa1rb1nk the Prepper elgers spl1t ex en IU a 14 game sel1edule De spxte a 7 7 record 1n the Interst1te League the drlbblers m1n1ged to smre second place 1n the League standmgs Certunlx tl11s years schedule contruned some of tl1e finest teams ID the area but Coach N1ls P1rm 1 s hoopsters fought ex ery seeond and xx ere 1t tl1e1r best when the ch1ps YK ere eloxxn Fmrbank pursued one of tl1e br1gl1test bas ketball careers eyer seen at U S He ay eraged Za 8 pomts per game 1nd seoreel 1 tot1l of 377 pomts for the season eel1ps1ng the old school mark of 267 talhes set b1el1 1n 1911 by Stu Mxller Agamst N1el1ols School l1e h1t for v5 pomts, lT11SSlHg the snngle gune record by a lone marker The deadly left forward used an unstoppable yump sl1ot 1long mth an unerrmg arm from the free throyx l1ne to get most of l11s po1nts Desp1te tl1e faet that Furbank stands only sm feet t1ll he 11 IS a master rebounder possessmg tremendous spring and I1ITllI1g Semor Bob Mor1tz oper1ted out of the PIXOE effectrx ely and Vu IS a depend lble per former dCSp1EC an ankle myury' xxhreh h1n dered llllll throughout the last half of the season john XVIIIULI and ohn Keller spllt the r1ght form ards role and tl1e startmg guards were serappy Tom johnson and ace drrbbler Paul Fmeh, botl1 sh 1rp passers Levy Goodman, Dan Flerg, and Guy Sehoolheld were very capable subs Shaw and left the boards vs 1th a superb 57 55 sudden death upset Morltz sank the wrn nmg held goal Other l11gl1l1ghts were the oy ert1me vretory agarnst faxored GlllDOLl1' and a VN 1n agarnst Shady S1de prex rously unbe1ten 111 League pl 1y IH tl1e sfasons f1n1le Basketball Team 1 yt 1 1 1 1 + Q-Q ll jilf Nlll lSX'Nlxl' ll5Xl us 1 11 1 I N: lt l1 N4 I4 1111111 in if 1111 lfl ll l1 Nt mo sn Pl l1 S1 1 11 X41ul11111 1 als 1 Yulfl S 11 ook Nu ll an lll N4 lf 1 1 I N 11141 1 s -1111111 ulx tln llll I f1rt1Rf 1 Tom Iohnson lohn XX 1tmer Captam Bob Faubank Bob Montz Dan Fle1 erfnzd 7201 Coach N115 Parma Gux Schoolhelel Paul lunch Nlanaeer Bob Schafer Lexx Goodman Iohn lxeller ASSISIBHI Coach Dax e Parker lvl ' '1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 2 -L 1 1 1 , ' t ' L 1 - 1 1. 1, L -,- ' 1 1 Q 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 A 1' 1 ' ' ' , S 1 ' 1 1 1' p K 1 1 1 - L -1 1 2 1 1 . 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Captain Dick Geier was not only an able wrestler. but he was also a forceful and sincere leader and an example of desire and sportsmanship to his teammates. Al Xvood, Dave Daley, and Tom Clark were the team's most consistent point-getters. Wfood was undefeated, with a tie the only mark against a perfect record, but he lost out in the running for the Henri B. Mtzlzlzei Alrarzl to Daley, who captured the honor for the second straight year. Daley and Clark both had terrihc seasons, each boy losing but once. This was Clarks first year as a wrestler, and his improvement, meet by meet, was out- standing. Floyd Meck enjoyed his third season as a winner in his own crowdepleasing style. Seniors Dick "Moose" Lafave and George Badger were both accomplished performers and team mainstays. Keith Doerge was the only sophomore on the squad to earn his letter. juniors Leroy Moyer, Rich Odell, and jack Staples rounded out the starting lineup. Winning their first three starts the matmen looked unstoppable, but they ran into trouble against Bedford and Garfield. The team bounced back against Cranbrook and Cuya- hoga Falls, but a fiercely-contested loss at XV.R.A. meant the League crown. There will be seven returning lettermen for next year. Wrestling Team 4.- ef? YA R S I TY XYR IC STI, l N li 15135--36 Nrrlsrifl x iwffnrl l'l11wf IIS ,..,... ....... 1 H LIS .....,. .... . .44 l'.S ....... ....... 2 fi I'.S ....... ....... I If I'.S ....... .... Q v l'.S ....... 223 l'.S ,Y,,,.. ...LSI VN ....... .... . iii l'.S ...., . .... Qi! XY in Hu' Ililwrxlllfr liwrllrffn' South High Seliool .......... ....... 1 li Brush High School .........,........., Zi 1'levela1irl Heights ILS.. .......... 12 Bedford High Si-hool ...... .... 2 Oi liatrfielti Huirllls li.N ....... ....... 2 fi Vranlnrook Srhool ............ ....... 1 1 Vuyahoga I-'alle ILS .......... .... 2 ll XV4-stern Iii-si-i'x'e A+-ruin-:np ........ 110 Shady Side .M-ails-nip .... . . .. 14 on fi - Lost Zi Fin! R011 .' Bill Browning, George Badger Captain Dick Geier, Dick I.aFave, Floyd Meck Secrmrl Ruiz .' Manager ,leb Gaither, Allen VC'ood, Rich Odell, Torn Clark, ,lack Staples. Coach Mr. Bobenmeyer Tlvfrzf Ron .' Keith Doerge. Dax e Daley. Leroy Moyer flffmb Baseball Team lEditor's note: Because of the early dead- VARSITY BASEBALL line of the Malrimz, the articles on the spring athletic teams present their possibilities, not their achievements! Speaking of the '56 baseball team, Coach KI. D. McCarraher predicted another good season but pointed out th it much of the team strength lies in its good pitching and catching. Captain Toni Currier heads a list of five returning lettermen. including two pitchers. Currier will be starting his second season behind the plate and chucking the strikes to him will be big, strong right-hander Bill Hargett, and crafty southpaw Dave Reid. a three-year letterman. Bob Fairbank, a utility infielder last season. will settle down at first base and combine his slick fielding with a dangerous bat. Roger Eastman, another vet- eran. will roam the outfield and he. too, should swing a big bat. Backing the iirst-line hurlers are Frank Steingass and Ed Lintz. Steingass saw sporadic activity with last years "Macmen" but gained poise and experience during the past summer. Other highly-regarded infielders are Pete Adams and sophomores Bob Rodgers and Gerry Medinger. Along with Fairbankf this quzrtet worked together during the summer in the Class D League of the Cleveland Sand- lit program. Tom Clark. a utility cttcher and outfielder. and Bill Evans. a speedy outfielder. are also counted on for plenty of help through- out the spring. A 16-game schedule awaits the Prepper Nine. Interstate Chfmps for the past two campaigns. Included are XY'est High. champs of the XY"est Senate. and the East Senate rulers. Benedictine. 4128 I U.S ......... 6 U.S ......... ' U.S ......... 15 LIS ......... 2 YRS ,........ 5 US ......... 3 US ......... Ai 'JS ..,,..... 5 U.S ......... 5 LS ......... 5 LYS ......... 5 U.S ...,..... 2 U.S ......... 12 U.S ......... 4 US ......... S 1 'Q 1956 Seann: Brush High School ....,.,...,... ..,.. . Fifi! Rmzz' Bruce Eaken, Bill Evans, Bob Fairbank, Tom Currier, Caplain Bill Hargett, Dave Reid, Tom Clark Second Roux' Mr. 1. D. McCarrahet Cvuzfb. Bill Besse, Arif. Mgr.. Frank Steingass, Bob Rodgers, Paul Finch, Gerry Medinger, Bob Rathbone, Roger Weiss, Pete Adams, Fred Ramsey, A.r,ri.r1a11t Alauager, Mr. jack Horner, !i.tri.rnn1r Cfriaclw w 7 Benedictine High School ............ 15 Lutheran High School ........ ..... 2 Carlield High School ....... ..... Z iRainJ Cranbrook School .............. 3 Benedictine High School ............ ' Shaker Heights High School ...... l Parma High School .......,............ 12 Western Reserve Academy ........., 4 Collinwood High School ............ 2 Shady Side Academy .................. 2 john Adams High School .......... S Nichols School .............,..........., 2 Shaw High School ...................... 5 Cleveland Heights High School.. 1 43, -N P9550 if asf 1 nf' f i ,. 4 4 42' , A 2? r f in 4 U ' P 4 f 1 " i QW 3 'ww n, ,V w My 45 V' ,, 13 wb? -w . - , . cv " 'mf - f - , 'gq'3,.f, 54, , " ,... 1' , 'f I, 5f?Wf'V , . Q- fp , wiv wv,..A, rfill fa-QV' CKQ' i t ic' f ' Truck Team As in the preceding years the U.S. track- team possesses several individual stars but does not have too much depth. There are seven lettermen back from last years team. which compiled a 2-4 record and finished well back in the Orange Relays and the Inter- state League Meet. Mr. Nils Parma heads a four-man coaching stafi which believes that the key to the teams success is enthusiasm and self-determination, coupled with hard work. On this basis a rigorous training sched- ule has been set up for the squad. Captain Bob Kirkpatrick, a crack miler and half-miler, is running for the third year and should be the teams most consistent point getter. Other returning lettermen are dash- man "Wliizzer" XVhite, quarter-milers Steve Smith and Bob Busher, half-milers Steve Jett and jack Blakeslee, and shotputter jim Sackett. jett also competes in the broad jump along with Bill Miller, while Smith is counted on for some points in the field events. Other experienced weightmen are Paul Lytle and Paul Taylor. Dan Elliot is a fine high jumper. He and middle distance runners Jeb Gaither and john Witiner should be of great help to the team. Les Illes and jim Fritz, a pair of speedsters, head a crop of promising soph- omores. Senior Dan Fleig rounds out the clash group. This year's schedule is tough and it presents many challenges. The team hopes to improve their standing in both the Hilltop and Inter- state meets and will also strive to break the stranglehold which Western Reserve Acad- emy has had on their dual competition over the years. Orange High School opens the season and is the first of four dual meets. QW 0n.g fe The Iidzvarcl C. Daonrt Award will be awarded to the team member who compiles the most points throughout the season. VARSITY TRACK 1956 Season U.S ......... 98 Orange High School ....... ........ 2 0 U.S ......... 56 Brush High School ....... ........ 6 2 Hill Top Meer U S 34 l Shaker Heights High School ...... S0 I Cleveland Heights High School..34 U.S ..... 53W Shaw High School .................. 64M Orange Relays - 2nd I Gilmour Academy ................ 541-5 U-5 ""' 5515 ioafiaf-ia Heights Hs ............... 43144 U.S ......... 63 XIC'estern Reserve Academy .......... 55 lnlerrlafe 1. Cranbrook ............................ ....... 5 2 2. Nichols ....... .... ........... ....... 4 ' I Q 3. Reserve .................... ....... 2 ' -I. U.S. ............................. ....... 2 0 5. Shady Side Academy ...... . ' Fifi! R011 .' hir. Nils Parma, Coach. Mr. Denard Lee. A.r.fi.r!ar1t Coach. Mr. Ralph Howarth. A.r.ri.r1ar1t Cnaclv. Dave White. Bob Kirkpatrick. Cantaifz. Jim Sackett, ,los Sackett. ,lack Blakeslee wud Ron .' Carl Yies. Dave Daley. Clem Gunn, Paul Taylor Steve Jett. Dan Elliot. Dan Fleig. Bob Busher. -lim Fritz. Bill XVeber Third R014 .' Floyd Neck. Paul I ytle. Steve Smith, -leb Gaither, john XY"itmer. Les Illes, Bill Stanley, Ted Thoburn..IIar1agev'. jim Greenberg. Carl Nall by , - X 9 .hxxsvhlh yxkxxx . gy - A xxx NNN 5-x -ix' xxx .-...Q . any YL QS.. lo. flrff RUN .' ,Ion Weil, Lew Goodman. Co CiLIf7fdl71. Mr. S. Richard Peyser Cifiafla. jack Herrick, CU-C-u'f7fdf11. Carl Doerge Sefmzd R011 5 jack Staples, Rick Essick, Doug Hoyt, Baird Tewksbury Tennis Team Under the direction of Coach S. R. Peyser. who is entering his eleventh year of heading tennis at U.S., the varsity tennis team is pre- paring for the forthcoming season. Mr. Pey- sers teams have a sparkling record of 75 wins as opposed to only 29 setbacks. U.S. teams have captured the City Crown six times during his ten-year tenure as headman. Last years netmen split eight contests evenly. ln a very close meet the racket men nipped Gilmour Academy to snare second place in the City- wide competition. jack Herrick, jon XY'eil. jack Staples and '55 captain Lewis Goodman, the core of last years team. are all back: so there is a sound foundation for the optimism concerning the team's chances this spring. If experience is all that is needed, the Preppers will certainly have it, for Herrick, XVeil, and Goodman have played on U.S. tennis teams for the last five years. Herrick was the school tennis champ last year, and he held down the number-one singles position throughout the season. XY'eil and Goodman made up the first doubles team. but both will now occupy singles berths. Staples is also a first-rate doubles man. and his big weapon is a cannonball serve. Among the better prospects for the team are Stu Eilers. Bob Moritz. Doug Hoyt. and Baird Tewksbury. Carl Doerge. a convert from track. is also expected to see a lot of action. along with Rich Essick,a very promising sophomore. As always the team will face an imposing list of opponents. The first meet is against Cranbrook. perennial Interstate power. Nichols School is also sure to field a talented 11315 seven. Gilmour, Cleveland Heights. and Shaker Heights, last years champion, are the teams to beat if the netters are to regain possession of the city title. VARSITY TENNIS 1956 Seafrm U.S ........... 0 Cranbrook School ........................, H ........... 5 Cleveland Heights High School .... 0 CS ........... 5 Shaw High School ........................ O .,......... 5 Western Reserve Academy ............ 0 ILS ........... 2 Shaker Heights High School ........ 5 US ........... 'i Gilmour Academy ........................ l US ..........., 5 Shady Side Academy ...... ......... ..... 2 US ........... 5 Shaker Heights High School ........ 2 LHS .......... .2 Nichols School .,.......................... 3 Q 2 :gag 2 0 9 Q Q0 Q x X, ' S f A V in g If e ll Q8 n Q, ', 1 k Ex XR MT.. iii? 1 K' ' ' 1? it . if v 1 -.-....,g....qg-......M..........- -,L f, , W ,., - n A,,, , 'R -' lg gall fix I x im.. . ,Ju L Fifi! R fm .' George Metzger. Carl Doerge. Trip Royal. Gil Allen Sermlal Rim .' jim Kamman, Dave Maddox, -lack Blakeslee. Al Wfood, Dave Daley, Mr. Tom lrish. Tfafwf Rfllll' Dick Geier. Peter Knight. Roger Eastman. Dan Elliot, Ed Meyers Gym Team The University School Gym Team, composed of fifteen boys, the largest Team ever formed at U.S., was the main attraction of the 66th annual Gym Exhibition. Due to the length of previous Exhibitions and in order to accommodate the ever-increasing number of spectators more com- fortably, this year's show was held in two sec- tions. The Lower School program was held on the afternoon of Friday, March 16, and the Mid- dle and Upper School programs were run off that evening. Twelve of the fifteen members of the team were newcomers and the three-man nucleus of returning boys was composed of Captain Floyd Meck, Dave Daley, and Al Wfood. First-year boys who turned in polished performances were sen- iors Gil Allen, Carl Doerge, Roger Eastman, Dick Geier, George Metzger, and Trip Royal, and juniors Jack Blakeslee, Dan Elliot, jim Kamman, and Ed Meyers. Peter Knight was the lone soph- omore on the team. In the afternoon session the Gym Team per- formed gracefully on the rings. parallel bars, and the horizontal bar, and for the first time the U.S. team performed on a trampoline, which was purchased by the Athletic Department during the winter and which now will become an in- tegral part of all succeeding Exhibitions. Tum- bling was added to the evening program. lt was the "tramp" which drew the greatest applause from the large crowds as the boys performed 1134, difficult twists and Hips in the air. Much credit goes to coaches Nils Parma and Tom Irish who were able to present such a fine team with so little practice time. For the first time in its history, the Gym Team made a trip outside the school. The exhibition put on before an afternoon assembly at Orange High School was a well-received success. Captain Floyd Meck, member of the team for four years, was judged the school's best gymnast for 1956 on the basis of his all-around ability in all phases of gymnastics, and junior Dave Daley won the second place award. Floyd lNleclx,f.ap14r11. Mr. Nils Parri1a,C.n.n'lv. fl,i1ii,mlr1I emu lv t ::. Q . . - T Q E 1 09 1 W J, fi! fnemgsg MA TALE B R P I L L B I2 ESERVE A B WILLIAMS PH D GKFQRD TRN CQXNMBXK em m,eP-Ye. ri: Ewing ' 1 m- i 5 --,X X ' V' BA HARVARD .S , , ROY C PAIGE Ad mfmstratn e Assistant Secretary of the Alumm Assocmtzon Date of Appointment 1925 Western Reserve University B S Western Reserve University M A Algebra World War I MRS KATHLEEN MARTIN L1 bl ar lllll Date of Appointment 1947 Ssracuse University B S XWestern Reserve U niverstty Projection Club Ads iser Cles eland Film Counul American Library Association HAROLD CRUIKSHANK Headmaster Date of Appointment: 1947 Yale University, A.B.g Columbia Universityg Western Reserve University Chief Instructor for O.S.S during World War II ROBERT G. WALTON Registrar and Head of Math Dept. Cum Laude Adviser Date of Appointment: 1919 Heidelberg College, A.B.g Western Reserve University, A.M. Trigonometryg Solid Geometryg Algebra fadvancedjg Algebra XI 104th Inf A E F World War I S R BOBENMYER LOUIS J BURGER JR D,,.e,t0,. of Mnldle Dweclm of Lou 81 School School and Dzrecto ofP1ckands Hall Date of Appointment 1945 Ohio University A B Ohio University M A Ohio State University Geography VII Varsity Wrestling ' Date of Appointment 1957 Williams College Springfield College B S Columbia University Western Resers e University Arithmetic Grade 5 Lower School Field Swimming U S Day Camp Qcirca 1940 19541 f136Q LOUIS LOGSDON Business M annger Date of Appointment 1939 Adelbert College QW R U 1 A B Cleveland Marshall Law School LL B Western Reserve U nlversity M A MRS MARY VIRGINIA ARQUILLA Dretftnz 1 Date of Appointment 1954 Unnersity of Illinois B S PHIL W' SUMNER Head ofH1story Department Date of Appomtment 1929 Ball State B A Wlsconsxn Umverslty Western Reserve Umverslty Ancnent Medleval and U S History Cadmean Advlser U S Day Camp CARTER G SANDERS Date ofAppo1ntment 1944 Ohlo State Umversnty B Sc m Ed Universidad Nacional de Mevuco Spanish Modern Hlstory Head of Dnscnplme Commlttee J D MCCARRAHER Dlrector of Athletics Date of Appomtment 1922 Springfield College Sprmglield College M Ed Physlcal Education Varsity Football Freshman Football Athletic Council Adviser Dnrector and Founder of U S Day Camp DENARD LEE H ead of Science Department Date ofAppo1ntment 1942 Unlversxty 0fIllll10lS B S M S Physlcs Chemxstry Class Football jumor Class Aduser um MRS RUTH M SCHREYER Fzrst Grade and Lower School Peumansblp Date of Appomtment Sept 1922 for one year Reappolnted january 1930 Cleveland School of Education Teacher s College Columbxa UUIVCYSIIQ Unn erslty School Day Camp l942 l945 CLIFFORD JAMES RIEL Date of Appomtment 1944 Unnersxty of Plttsburgh Geneva College Unn erslty of Pittsburgh M Ed Anthmetlc 7th and 8th Grades Freshman Tenms Sth Grade Advlser Dorm Master S RICHARD PEYSER Director of Summer School Date of Appomtment 1937 Dartmouth A B Western Reserx e University M A 6th Grade Varslty Ten ms V O MCCREIGHT Date of Appomtment 1947 Northvs estern L nn CISIIQ B I. Columbla Unn ersxty M A QEngl1sh7 Englnsh and Remedxal Readmg Players Adw user S TUCRER lOX1ll Date of Appomtmcnt 1949 Has erford B A Unncrsxty of Pcnnsy lx ama Sorbonnc French Ifdu dill Munn Acluscr U S Naxy World War PETER C EBBOTT Date of Appomtment 1951 Oberlin College A B Harvard bnnersltx lNI A Mxddlebury College Engllsh VIII Engllsh X Pre Language Class Soccer and Tennns European Tour Conductor, Unn ersxty School Sprmg Tour Conductor lSRAlNlx HRUBX Hcad of Hunt Da fldlillltlll Date of Appointment 1948 Fastman School of Musxc ofthe Ilnncrsxty of Rochester B M M M Nllddle School Musu. C lasscs Glce Club Octet Prn atc Muslc Instruttlon 'th Grade Class Ollxccr L S Naxy World War ll Musical Pxrcctor of Cam Park Thcatrt slnce 1946 DAVIS R PARRER Date of Appomtmcnt 1930 Prmceton UHINLISIIQ Western Reserx e IJ nn ersltw French 1 French II U S Hlstory Assxstant Coach Soccer and Basketball Tenth Grade Advlscr U S Nas w World War II Director ofSw1mm1ng Red Raider v4 81 55 U S Day Camp 53 DOINA LD C MOLTEIN Asfouulz Drrutm o P111 mal I duaallou Date of Appomtmcnt 1948 Sprmghtld K ollcgc B S C olumbla I nncrsltx M A VHYSIIX Soccer Varsxtx SVS1Fl1fl'l1I1f, Ircshman Soccer Freshman Sxummxng I rcshman Baseball Pilot Nas s Air Corps World XVar ll U S Das C amp LTFIINLFSIU School Sprxng Tour Conductor PETFR C BARNARD Date of Appomtment 195 1 Bova dom College Western Reserw e Unn ersnty Mlddlebury College A M Yale Unn ersxty Enzllsh IX Engllsh XI Habzan Adx nser U S lN R 19431946 Dorm Master IONA'1llA1N E INGERSOLL Date of Appointment 1950 XVcstcrn Rcscrxc Law School lll'llXLl'SlIX of Southern C alxforma Lavs School LL B Geometry X Algcbra Xl Class Football and Baseball U S N1 R 1940 HERBERT l- HARVEX Date of Appointment 1951 Ohlo State Unnersltx Kent State UHIYEISIIQ Wood Shop Track . 1 . hz I ' ' . 3 . .Q . 'Q . . . -Q - . . . V V A -5 1- va.: , ' .' -'.- ' rg .Q ' 4 L 'L 4-, 1 ff V 1, ..h , . N 1. .1 , ' Q . .' A' 2 - . . I . :I L 5 " I ' . ' " : . , , , ' , . .1 - ' I 1, V, Dartmouthfnllcgc.A.B,: ' vm' 1 s'1 's . 1 , . ., Wx, 4 xl..-1 .'. I ' ll ' ' . , . ,. . . . .1 . ., . Q. I, l AB , . B.A.g . ,' ' Y Q i A I . , . . . 1 . ., . E 1 . I l . . A . l . A ' ,I . , - - v- v ll , , , . -- . . ' , ..g - ' . .V .H . .V .V 1, 1' 1 . . .3 ' '- ' V . B.S. ' 2 ' 9 RALPH HOWARTH Date of Appomtment 195 5 Bow Img Green Start L FIIXCISIIQ B S lEducat1onb Metal Shoo Me hamcal Draw Track U S Army World War CHILTON THOM SOIN Head of English Department Date of Appomtment 1957 Yalc L nnersnty B A Umy ersxty ofCmc1nnat1 Yale llnnerslty M A English X Englrsh XII Journalxsm N eu J Acly xser Forensic SOCIETY Aduscr Spcc1aIAgcnt CIC 1947 1945 JOHN A HORINER. JR Date of Appomtment 1953 hem on College B A Western Resery e L my erslty Latm Plane Geometry Varsity Football and Baseball Jumor Classncal League Aduser L S 'N R I S Dax C amp Summer Baseball Team MRS ANIN E AUL Pummy Asslslant Date of Appointment 1954 Western Rescrye LJ my ersnty B S Low er School Musnc INILS P PARMA Date of Appomtment September 1 1954 Spnngfleld College B S Physlcal Educatxon Varsxty Basketball Varsxty Track and Fxeld Varsity Gy mnastncs Freshman Basketball Freshman Track and Freld Dorm Master BALDXYIIN FORD LEE W HOLMES Datc of Appomtment 1954 Ohc rlm Consery atory Yale School of Music Manhattan School of Musrc Art U S Marine Corps World War II -Hb Grade Date of Appomtment 1954 Geneseo Teacher s College B S Ed Columbxa Umversxty Alfred Unxverslty U S Army 1951 1955 flntelllgence Branchh Dorm Master 119 PIETER J HOETS Date of Appointment January 1955 Nederlands Lyceum The Hague Leiden Law School Leiden LL B Yale Layy School LL M Latm Modern and Ancient Hrstory Class Soccer Class Tennis lst Lt Royal Netherlands Army IG 21 World War II Member Steermg Commlttee and Educatronal Staff of Studentshnps INBBSJ Dorm Master MRS WILMA L EBBOTT S ecoml Grade Date of Appomtment 1955 Bates College Clark Umversxty A B Mlddlebury College Bread Loaf School of Englnsh CECILE HEPP RRAUSE Date of Appoxntment 1955 Mather College W R L XVestern Resery e bnnersnty M A Trxmty College Speech and Reading Specxallst JOHN R BARER Date ofAppo1ntment I955 Unn crsxty ofM1ch1gan Unnerslty of lNevy Hampshire B S M S Western Resery e Lrnnerslty Brology and Chemlstry Class Football ITSCHINER JR Fifth Glade Date ofAppo1ntment 1955 Baldvun W'allace College B S Class Football Assxstant Varsrty Swlmmlng Lowcr School Student Council U S M C Infantry Operatxons Assistant 1952 1954 Aquatic Dxrector Chagrin Valley Hunt Club 11401 LOSMO FRANK DIBIASIO Datc of Appomtment 1955 Baldwin Wallace College B A Science Mathematics Football CAss1stantb Freshman Wrestlxng U S Nayy World War II MRS MARGARET W IOHNSTON Pie Pllnldlj Date of Appolntment 1955 Ncw Hayen Normal THOMAS W IRISH Date of Appomtment 1955 Yale Unnersnty B A Economic Geography Englrsh VIII Pre Languagc Mythology Middle School Class Football Upper School Class Soccer Asslstant Gy m Team Coach Freshman Track Coach Assistant Coach Varsrty Track Dorm Master RICHARD RICKARD Date of Appomtment 1955 Cornell Unnersnty B A Columbxa L nn ersxty Englxsh VII Englnsh IX Intramural Football Mlddle School freshman Basketball Lt Hg? LS 1Nayy 1951 1954 . , Q r '. ..g ,.. ' Q .. "', W V ' I", . . 'L V I . - 1: Q Q , .-5 - 4 q - , ' 9 ' ' Q I I R ' DANIELD. , . 1- .I I., y . , .. ' Z Q -I v I I., , . an un, ' . , , I 'V 'v . I .", - . . . .' "y A.B.g I ' ' vu . I A 5 .. I l' ' 'C l ' Q . .., .. "', if NIRS XNNE Sl XINER 7171111 Grade Date of Appomtme nt l9U3 Bal St ite Iedehers follege X B We ve Heard Em Say O Wfell tll rxgght people PXVS P ge l9 The NATION Sem 1 stltement gentlemen XXl'llLl'l IS IUC"11'11D1,l'Lll TXVI All the best people HLC In the OSS RDSR At Exeter thex elo lt thxs xx 1X DRP Q05 RGXV RB Not too lusplexous Dont IN1lxL IDX pltns Cheh hehl for l'r1el tx Llternoon Le ue the room lnel elose the eloor from the other slele' A rxfnt Plpe eoxxn lx N Do 1011 h ue honors S I' Itthlt venel out o x t 1 l'1t1e1el Hells bells wow xe xou ot lnxthln to telel os C D tt jLl5TI hnut eoxers t e LAL xxx lus S H1 C, H lx the st tu 11419 , I 2 .".. - . ' 7 7 C O . C V..-"-,Q ",- . ..-" aj' - - - sz CT.-"...t 1' A ,LP - , ' .' -.. l 1 1,,, P.C.B.-"l've been telling you editors ull year . . HI. . .-" ll g' Z 4 ' l ' Y" '.l I.-" V 1" ?" .'.T.'.-"Ce 1 1 ' 'l f "ou ear. '1 l 1 Y" DL.-" ' - ' . l . . kl,H. 1L.hl.H.b-"Ht1'- 1' 1 v' ' g 1 , C 2" ll .-"The ' Y L1 t ' '- ' i. ,lu . ..-"Nt "tt lere . . ' -"At t - ln' sultool where I 1 lgllf . . Su? TC-xe Lee sums ms A PEKFELT MeLcR ITEEK, AQSJ Nemfxeu HWEU-JPEGPLEI 6? -.fubr li.i5'I"EN ff MEP ,QJL if M c ' .. ' wg . 3? , ,...... 'No 3-""P-5 UIZQATZ. fa.J,a-ii' 'un MN F423 P-e.g,Ws: 1 1'-ray"-ff' ,ML "BLUE cams G-auf smwmfv' X' "Just WHAT Fw. Awnf.-. JJA-NT..u'3 at RN-Sq A +M..JMNl 1913. - 5 lf 1 ,,,, Do Y WANT A , M' M mgnmvnigrpn 'fwlw-EN L MM M J--.... 5' 5 :WV I .,,. , , v f I ' f Z Q X A ' ' " ' 7 li ' I 1 f ' Q f V Z V ,A ,N ik , , . . I . 1 ' I 1 " "HT" f, x nv 1, K, w., , U M 1 Q ' 1 1 , wk R h - M, M wx ff , ' l H - - , P G , . Zin Memoriam ALBERT LADD WALDRON C1 1 19557 1899 Graduated from Phrllxps Exeter Academy 1903 Graduated from Harvard Unrversxty BA 1913 Graduated from Columbxa Umversrty M A 1915 Appolnted as teacher at Umverslty School Head of Latln De partment Teacher of Latm and German Secretary of Cum Laude Soclety Faculty Secretary 1976 1959 Memb r of National Board of Regents Gum Laude Socxety 1979 Presrdent of the Cleveland Rowfant Club 1947 Presldent of the Cleveland Exeter Alumnn ASSOCIHUOD 1950 Retlred as teacher at bnn erslty School Albert Ladd Wfaldron was assocrated mth Unnversuty School tor forty years Durmg that tnme be came to be known and admxred by hundreds of people Hrs death durrng the 1955 1956 academrc year brought sadness to these many many frnends and assocnates but they vstll long remember htm and what he stood for Such a fme bentleman scholar and teacher cannot travel throuvh thns vsorld and thus hfe wuthout leavmg behmd hrm a tra11 of good works md 1mpress1ons fl-131 .'- , .. ,- 1 , .. 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I MSN 5 ,wr Prophecy Poem Two thousmd Ind SIX now thc yc1r, Wfc tre holdlng thc grand rcncwll Of frxcndshrps old and I'DLl'I10I'lLS dcxr From Umversrty School The theme IS success, the story rs f'llI'lC. wflfh loy and l11pplI1CSS, too For ex ery one of our scxcnty n1mcs ls llsted wrthm XVhos W ho Ilttle Iohn Lrttlc s ncw thcory of muter ls ClI'lXl0g thc sclcntlsts wild Whxle Ioofburrow s crcttcd 1 llymg pl tttcr Th If makes thosc sauccrs sccm mxlcl DKJLISBEQIL Hoyt IS LlLSlgDlDg 1 c1r Th1tll do O to 60 rn thrcc 7 But Looper md XX 1tt, stlll nghtxng 1c1r w r S15 39 Fords arc for mc Of 1ll our natlons armed forces, And golfer B1ll Mlllcr w1nts to cnlxrgc Hrs collectlon of undcr par courses Prldner and Rodgers, on 3 D TV Are strll doxng SHEIICS of Dragnet Whlle Tweeny Morltz IS proud to bc Our countrys great steel magnate Noodle Kmg XV61SS hrs fortunc amassccl Has retrred and settled down But Goodman and Hcrrlck, stlll lrghtnmg lst Are split for the tennls crown Klrlc of coursc ran thc 7lT11DLlEC. mllc And Rcld IS the world s bcst drcsscd, Retckctccr Crhcen wlth h1s zoot suit style Has yct to bc undcr 1rrcst Archrtect C11 IS wcll undcr way On burldtng h1s brldge to the moon XX hrle crooncr Tom Folger rs tops they sa' In makmg the young ladres swoon 114 Thoburn rn ch1rgc of h1s l10SpII'll crcw XVorks day and nrght round thc clock And Currler stlll clalms h1s SIOTILS arc truc How the women around htm do flock berer rs openmg a brand new rcsort Way down rn old Mexlco, Wllrle Wlttner IS sellxng h1s stock thcy rcport In Sohro to buy Texaco Moose lafaxe IS back at US TC'1Ll1ll'lg Tr1g and hrgher m 1th And Q1a1ther, ln causrng the mcomc tux mcss Hls brought on thc governmcnts wrlth Sterllng McM1ll1n 1 clmcra hcnd yct Snaps PILIUICS of beautrful g1rls And Thompson to plug hrs Bctuty Hur c Cm be seen 1ll donc up nn curls Are 1ttract1ng the fish fans by scorcs And Bo Gale st1ll clarms, how lrttlc 1ts worth Latrns the speech he adores Bullet Bob Farmers 1 pmg pong pro, And a golfing champ besxdes, XVh1le Brewer IS rak1ng rn sc tds of dough By sellrng h1s jet Cycle rrdcs Steve ett IS searchmg for varrous ways To ax o1d that dreaded thmg work, And Exlers can st1ll make thosc wrsecracks he says XX 1th h1s matchless CXPFLSSIOD of sm1rk Chief ustrcc Tcrrct rs out to stop Segregation oncc and for 1ll Whlle Mctzgers housc rs stlll thc spot For anyone wlshlng 1 brlwl On the carth and on thc moon too And pool sharlc Hough s arm IS st1ll dcad Edltor XX'e1ls papcrs are rcad Wlhen he gets h1s hands on a cuc v 1 1 A 2 fst S ' L 1 '. 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' Il.1vL'i' 111 1111- 1111111115 '11-.1r. - , U 0 Summary of the Year HE CLASS of 1956 has held more so ral functlons more lnformal blasts more sertous debates and more bull sesslons than any other class ln thc 66 year hlstory of the school Thcre have been meetlngs in thc senlor room partnes on our lllustrlous campus and varnous and sundry affalrs nevtr before lmagxned SEPTEMBER Only 107 days before Ncvs Years Eve U S opened lts doors to 500 eager students vushmg to learn somethmg about the facts of lrfe Wlth the begmnmg of school the average senlors act1v1t1es became centered on Hackers Haven better ltnovxn as the semor room managed by Pxldner and Rodgers After bemg turned dovx n once on October I2 the honor system was voted on agam a week later after many dlscussrons had been held The system was voted m almost unammously Shortly after thls the prefects the class presl dent and the class secretary were lnvlted dovsn to W R A to paclfy relatlons between the two schools The peace talks were successful and a temporary truce vxas declared The prefect board Near board Illabzavz board and Glee Club 1mmed1 ately held meetxngs and after the semor class offtcers vsere elected CDoerge pres1dent Reld vnce presldent Whlte secretary Pnldner Treasurerb the school year was ready to roll OCTOBER The first b1g event of the season although September blasts vxere glven by Well Gund and Metzger vsas the October Dorm Dance After a slxght skrrmrsh vnth our frlends from the south everyone trooped off to Doerges house for a party to end a fme nlght Other features of the month October mclurled sterling pep rallles the antlcs of Cadmean pledges CSatkett Cooper johnson W1dmer Doerge and Rodgers? HB s field day and mtnstrel shovs Laurels play varlous faculty meetmgs and one parents recept1on NOVEMBER After a blazmg bonfire on Fnday nnght the football and soccer teams ended medlotre seasons mth a loss and a sun respectlvely to XVR A That nlght the Edward Moore Fall Flrng was held and aftervsards Evans threvs a great party to top off the day Follovs 1ng these tvso seasons xx as the combmed football soccer banquet at vxhrch Clark was elected next year's foot ball captam and Gunn next years soccer captann Also Wh1te and Reld vson the Most Valuable Player Awards On Frnday nlght November 25 a truly regal dance vsas held at the Country Club mth Faxrbank Doerge Hoyt Ellers Loofbourrovs Herr1ck 11781 F. . A . S 1 1 1 . g - . J . - I - . . . 4 . 1 1 J u 7 0 1 1 A . , . . V. . . , Q . . . . , . . . Q ' 7 7 2 1 H Q 1 11 - T ' Y -T 7 . . 7 Q Q V 1 . V . . V , . ' 1 1 ' 7 . . Y . , . . . 7 ' 1 r J D . i- 1 1 1 y . 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 u I V ' 1 V 1 1 1 ' . . . 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Y 1 1 7 V. . . 7 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 and Allen as hosts Thrs was followed shortly by other Thanksgrvrng vacatnon partles and a Hunt Club dance The month of November though quret and studrous played host to the practrce All Around Athletrc Contest Gtovanr Sperandeo and the suspenslon of mrlk and crackers because of unnecessary roughness DECEMBER December rnltrated the vsrnter sports season wrth a loss by the basketball team Falrbanlc starrrng and two urns by the wrestlrng and smmmrng teams On Saturday the 10th the Players presented Mj floree Angels wlth outstandrng performances by Eaken and Schafer and afterwards a fine party was grven by Eaken On the day follomng the play Gerer opened the vunter season offrcrally wrth a rollrckrng wnnter carnrval Fnve days later the Chrnstmas holrdays started as the school was vacated for two weeks of sheer blrss That nrght the HB dance was held vxhlle everyone enjoyed vxatchlng the new Cadmean pledges and the followrng nrght Rodgers brought Chrrstmas greetmgs to the school rn the form of Santa Claus Cwnthout hrs beardJ as the Cadmean Soclety presented 1ts annual Snovsball Frolrc These dances were only a prelude to the Canterbury Recreatron League and Interclub dances Bunny Rands small blast Nancy Cozrers party Gerers gala ball on the 25th and many others Clnmaxzng the year 1955 were New Years Eve partnes at Hoyts and Saclcetts Enough sard ANUARY After tvxo days of recuperatlon the student body returned eagerly to the halls of rvy January was another quiet month as mrd year exams kept everyone at home studyxng On the 27th of this month the jumor class held therr prom vuth tvxo part es succeedmg the dance at Adams and Schnerders On the next nrght the varsrty swrmmlng team easrly svxept to a vrctory as rt captured the C1ty Smmmrng Meet at Fenn College After thls one of the best partles of the year was grven by Herrrclc 1n hrs recreatronal basement FEBRUARY The month of February opened vuth one of the best chapel programs of the yelr the Colgate 13 On Frrdly the 7th and Slturday the Sth the sxummlng team squeezed past Clnton McK1nlcy 39 38 and the Glee Club sing at Old Trul The follovnng vseelc the Glee Club held :ts annual concert at U S as Mrller went off lcey Everyone enjoyed the evenxng though and Wfhrte threw a party after the program that turned out to be one of the funnrest of the year as Rodgers and Wfeber entertarned the crowd wth numerous jokes responsne readings and seances Other hnghlrghts of the month rncluded senror speeches Wfarren Guthrre sucked chemrstry and Spanrsh tests numerous card partres and Farrbanles scormg 35 pornts nn one game 41793 . 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A x , L , 7 1 ' 4 , 'b 1 , 4 2 7 2' . 1 v' y vs f, a I . . . , , 4 C 1 Y. . , .7 9 9 - Q 1 V. . . . . r v 1 MARCH Victornes in basketball and wrestling over Shadyside completed good seasons for both teams Next Saturday March 12 a gay ball was had at Elliots while the new pledges entertained the fans On Friday the 16th the Sixty sixth Annual Gym Exhibition was held Cin the gym of course? as Meck captained a fine gym team and captured the Best Gymnast award This too was a short month for spring vacation set the school free agam for two more weeks That Saturday Weber held a going away and coming home plrty for those who had not yet left town APRIL On the 9th of April the student body returned to school proving that U S has no racial segregation The tanned and untanned went to work immediately on the senior prom and at the week s end had set up the chapel with Surrealist decorations that would have challenged Salvatore Dali The dance was successful as was the party at Kirkpatricks afterwards Other features of the month of April were the Sherman Prize Speaking Contest won by Howe the ever dreaded parents reception the opening of the spring athletic season with resounding victories and the News banquet held at the Oakwood Country Club where retiring editors Weil Ruhlman Eilers Moritz and Rodgers picked Stewart and Maddox to head next year s board The month ended on a high note as the Malozam was finally sent to the prmters fAdVlSCfS comment censored'J bers unior Prize speakers and the opening of Interstate compleition More over on the 19th a gala picnic was held in the country and was given by Cooper Hengst Wntmer Miller L1sterman and Ruhlman The month cnded w 1th a one day holiday and the final exams' UNE The final exams w ere soon over and the Edward Moore and Cadmean picnics and thc Cum Laude luncheon brought two days of relief Commence mcnt was hcld that Friday June 8 at 10 750 The senior class entered school at the beginning of the year as seventy individuals completely independent of each other We continued to display this nonconformlty and imagination throughout the whole year as the swimming team proved itself to be the best 1n the history of the school more senior chapel plays were put on than ever before and the Near put out a six page paper' Sometimes the humor and imagination were not directed in the right channels but whether good or bad it always represented our class and as a harmonious team Wfe have now left U S still as 1nd1v1duals but with mem ories never to be forgotten Yet we look to the future 4 mop ' 7 7 . , y . - . . . . 7 7 T 7 . 7 7 7 . I . 7 7 I - - . ' 9 ' - 1 f . I I 7 7 7 7 1 ' r ' - ' ' V u - , . o I 7 7 7 Q V V . . . . 7 7 7 7 7 7 MAY: This month was host to the announcement of new Cum Laude mem- , J . . , . . . u - 7 7 7 7 7 . . . 7 7 7 7 7 ' I Y. C ' I n J : . ' 1 v A ' C , 1 , :V , . V Y. . V , . . V . C l . A . v . . 7 . . . Y . . Y 7 , V ' - U . . . . 7 . . .7 ' V . 7 L. 7 7 7 . . ., , 7 7 7 ' Compliments of a Friend Comphmenfs of a SHAKER HEIGHTS HARDWARE F,,e,,d Sporhng Goods 0 o WAshing1'on 1-1244 Q ISI 3 Bm Www 70 Me QZQM aff i956 I Mlib B HOIIINI ION MINING MACHINE PARTS Inc C J NIR. um I I. . , , .I 1" f Compliments of 9 HAIL UNIVI RSITY fAlma Muff lj Hall' Unlverslty' Noble and strong To thee wxth loyal hurts We ruse our song Loud our pralses rlng Hall' UHIVCFSIIB ' Cf thee we sing, 7 i' W 1 . . I Swelling to Heaven, xx x -- 7 Q 123 omplamen I4 o 04 fiend SH XRYR HEIC Hl S FX ERN ONE RE XDS UH 9 jaetns Would You Llke to AdVCft1SC 1n the 1957 MABIAN? 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IYI " I is Ii 1' 11111- of y11111' 11w11 111' mls ig S avomte uve stm ent I Il r llze wzferl molor car mverlmeni I eser made' I me owned a great many malxew llzrouylz llze yearlr bul Cadillac wma my vole ar llze ner! mvewlmenl 0 all In my bool ll lr the l1e.rl dollar Uwe rlmenl on llze lzzglzway lorlayl YVe cant tell vou hoxx manv txmes xxe xe heard lt In fact Cadxllac s xalue and economv haxe become faxorxte toplcs of conxersatxon among Cadxllac oxx ners ex eryxx here Flrst of all there s the economy of lmymy a Cadlllac Xlanx models are actuallx prlced competntlx elx xxxth the Cars ln the medium priced bracket Then there IS the economv of operalmg a Cadxllac Cadillac s gasolme mlleage IS sxmplv phenomenal for a car of lts sxze and stature and its dependabllltv IS trulv exctraordmarv And flnallv there IS Cidlllacs great calue For the Cadxllac car tradxtlonallv returns a hlgher per centaze of nts Oflglnal cost than any other Amerxcan automobile We suggest that you pav us a WlSlf soon and mx estlgate the latest and finest Cadnllac mx estment of them all Xl hx not make xt today? frafr-aL4Zad1Lfar'4Za... 2801 Carnegie Ave. T0wer 'I-5800 41893 ,... , .. 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V . y n A Y v u . - f . v ' v ' v - v . 1 A l VANDERHOOF INCORPORATED Mui Ae Aaloplef Wifi a WEIL KAUFMAN INC COMPLIMENTS Insurance Service L J SCHULTZ CO 801 Carnegie Hall PRospecf 1 0220 J QUINTER YOUNG WE CAN MAKE 'T Pamhng and Decaraflng 23,75 Lme,da,e scum BEND woon PARTS mc FA 1 3819 Soufh Bend Indiana Telephone AT 72351 41115 OF ir 'A' IF lT'S OF WOOD . . . ir i' I K INCORPORATED INTERIOR DECORATIONS Slain Sguafze Your Own Phone ln Your Own Room saves time for you ond steps for the fumllg Xour busw school lxfe 111ea11s xou make and fret IIIJIIX eulls For pm acx and Lou XCIIILIILC lm ue 111 CXICIISIOII 111 yOl1I room -Xnd YOUI own l1st1111 111 the phono book nukes lt A lxaudy CXILIISIOII costs onlx 85 cents a month plus tux and Illbfdlldllllll and X0lll ou Il cluooton 11511111 15 onls 40 cents 21 IIIOIIIII plus tax C all 'Nl X111 2 9900 fox complete lIlfOlIlldllOIl THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ,-.8 U91 U O f , , ' . . 1 1 "- , D . I, .. .. .,. . - O easy for friends to reach you. ' .. ,' f y - v '-,s .v'.' r'. , . s 4 4 D 4 L 1. A I - . . . . ' . -J COMPLIMENTS THE PEAEEMAN C0 Since 1873 1930 W 77'l'h Sfreel' AT OHIO S LARGEST HOBBY STORE Trams Lionel Am Flyer Model Planes Boafs Aufos Craffs and Hobby Tools Cameras and Toys THE HOBBY HOUSE INC 800 Huron Road SU 1 3210 Downfown 1 block from 9fh and Euclrd BEST WISHES l0HN C VIRDEN C0 6103 Longfellow Ave Cleveland Ohio Maker of Fme Llghhng Fnxfures C115 OF O xl' I "HO" and "O" gauge scale O O C ' . L 1 Buy your nexf car from FISHER MOTOR SALES C0 DEALER Fon Chrysler Imperial Plymoulh SALES PARTS SERVICE 4374 Maylield Rd EV I 1800 MIELZINER FURRIERS SHAKER SQUARE MCEETRIDGE DRUGS Cleveland Helghfs Ohlo Telephone FAlrmounl' I 2400 COMPLIMENTS OF THE EUCLID ELEC 8. MFG COMPANY MADISON ol-no INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL CONTROL I -I Q O O O 3475 Fairmounl' Boulevard :cr I s ' . lj J Congrafulahons fo fhe Class of 1956 MR and MRS WENDELL HERRICK THE KAPLAN TRUCKING COMPANY 'I607 WOODLAND AVENUE CLEVELAND 15 OHIO TO 1 6800 U27 Complimenfs of O EOR MEN S 8. BOYS APPAREl THAT REFIECTS GOOD TASTE V 20125 VAN AKEN SK I 5700 Open Thursdays N e O cl ck P M ALLEGHENY LUDLUM STEEL CORP OLIVER BUILDING PITTSBURGH PA C15 Complimenfs of FRED LINDERME mb? QEXTIJIZU 90013 fill CUYAHOGA BRITISH SALES SERVICE 19005 WESTLAKE ROAD ROCKY RIVER 16 OHIO BRITISH MOTORCYCLES 8. BICYCLES Home of Quality Workmanslup FOR INSURANCE PEOPLE cAl.L CHerry 1 0483 OUR BEST WISHES SILVER CRYSTAL CHINA AND DISCRIMINATING ACCESSORIES FOR THE HOME RUTH CUULTER GALLERIES Carnegle at East 107th St Cleveland 6 Ohio Member Tlle Cleveland Assoclaflon of Esfafe Analysis ik' 1015 N B C Building MA 1 3238 fl97J ' if O . ON 'A' 'A' To the Class of '56 Herman V- Haus COMPLIMENTS SOUTH BEND INDIANA UQ N. P. BOWSHER THE GRANT ELECTRIC COMPANY Indusfrial ElecfricalConfrac1'ors 3016 PAYNE AVENUE COMPLIMENTS TAYLOR VAN ALLEN COMPANY CARPETS AND FURNITURE 1909 'l'I EAST 13TH 41115 OF T. VAN ALLEN C. G. MILLER Bunce Brolhers 13131 Shaker Square Cleveland Ohlo open evenmgs wv 1 o9oo Men s Clofhmg and Furnishings lmvlng AUTO GLASS INSTALLED hydruullc WINDOW HARDWARE FIXED wlmlow AUTO LOCKS REPAIRED trouble? FURNITURE TOPS MADE SEE 7210 Carnegie Ave EN 1 2790 Complrmenfs of MR and MRS STANLEYM EILERS wi? River Road o Gales Mills B Z B Q 200 Q COMPLIMENTS THE MORITZ STEEL CO WAREHOUSERS SHEET STRIP PLATES BARS MARSHALL FIELD MOTOR CO Your Helghfs Ford Dealer 2160 Lee Road ai' Cedar NEW CARS USED CARS TRUCKS TRUCKS YE 2 3600 AVAl0N ClEANERS LO 1 7800 OF O o o o -.. Q 1 "YOUR CLOTHES BEST FRIEND L Q 1. l 1201 J THE LIQZIIJS HILES UUMPANY 1 T . Creative Prin ters of Merchandising and Sales LOOK T0 LAKE For Thaf Good Burck Deal IAKE BUICK INC 3030 Wesf 'l17I'h Si' Be? een Mad son and Lora n RAIPH MACKEY RESIDENTIAL BUILDER YE 2 9324 Comphmenfs SOUTH EASTERN CORDAGE 621 N B C Bunldung Congrafulahons Mr 8. Mrs Curl 0 Wessmun ir . w i i To of The Class of 1956 4 216 3 Comphmenfs and Besf Wishes from THE HASEROT COMPANY Packers and Drsfribufors of QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS UNION CLUB COFFEE HASEROTS SENORA COFFEE HASEROT S FANCY CANNED FOODS 521 Woodland Avenue CHerry I 7273 FRANKLIN MILLER LINEN SUPPLY 2157 EAST 1aTH sneer cuavsLANn ol-no 4 f Complimenfs of 2 Il-I I Congratulations Senior Class PUBLICITY 81 NOVELTY COMPANY if "G"""""" Sim" THE mon BENNETT co RUSSELL w. snzsn Me" P""'eY"S "' Hotels 0 Restaurants 0 Instituti 601 Bolivar Road PR 'I-'I'l40 Good luck to the Class ol 1956 MEDUSA PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO THE JOHN H MURNANE COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS 8001 Old Granger Road Cleveland 25 Ohlo M A O HRIEN E W FINDLING J D HUTCHINSON BRIDGES RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION AND TRACK WORK SEWAGE DISPOSAL AND WATER TREATMENT PLANTS P O BOX 4406 VUIcan 3 8652 lf? I I Rreliden 6 Treasure .Vice-Pres. 6 Gen. Mgr. .Seerefary fl' m Comphmenfs of Dulsy Hull Greenhouse C,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,S Flvrlsfs fo fhe Class of 1956 DAISY HILL FARMS Cheslnul' 7-7181 from an Old U S and Yale Grad The Coughlln 8. Whlted Co Comphmenfs 614 Wllllamson Bulldlng 81 Mrs Wallace T Gray MA l 6751 GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS O O 'ik Cleveland 14, Ohio of - Mr. . . 1 3"' 7 Comphmenfs f MR and MRS DONC PIERCE PICK UP AND DELIVERY COLD STORAGE KINGSBURY DRY CIEANERS INC Established 1925 In Shaker Helghfs Plan? and Oiice 16608 Van Aken Blvd and Lee Road WA 1 0500 SHAKER HEIGHTS OHIO gm, ' a I 0 Weavers . . . Tailors . . . Furriers 'air , , Complimenfs of Charles H. lesher, Inc. Qualify Shoes For all fhe Family 20150 Van Aken Blvd WA 1 7515 Meei' Your Friends A+ JOHN WADE, INC. The House of Music INexf io SIouI1er'sI 13209 Shaker Square SK 1 3600 Records Radios Sheef Music WELDING REPAIRING o PRODUCTION ATOMIC ACETYLENE HELIARC FLAME CUTTING ARC HARD FACING SPOT BRAZING FABRICATED WELDMENTS MERIAM WELD DIVISION OF 112'l'h SI' and Madlson Awe Cleveland 2 Ohio SHAKER AUTO HOSPITAl Inc 3473 Lee Road IBack of Gas Sfahonl WA 1 4455 'A' 'k , 'A' THE MERIAM INSTRUMENT CU. ww Some Olcl Frlencl Among our frrends rn the m untenanee department are fiye men w ho, between them haye seryed U S for 108 years XVe know them all well, for they haxe helped us ln many ways through the yelrs We wxll rememb r them for thelr thoughtfulness, thelr readlness to help us, and their unfalhng SCIVICC Cf the three, Fred Hummel has been w1th us the shortest tlme, exght and one half years but he rs by no means the least well known among th students Durxng the war Fred worked tt Harrls Seybold makmg radar and prrntxng eqtupment Before th1s t1me he had workeel wxth boys ln an lndustrlal sehool All together he has b en worklng wrth boys for seventeen ye mrs Fred not only keeps the sehool 1n good repaxr, but, IS many boys know he ts a gre tt help around the shops and the sehool ID general Mueh more eould be sud about Fred and his LlLVOIlOI'l to the sehoul but he sums it up very well htmself All ln all through my seventeen years of workrng among boys, the rtdltnt beam that has gurded me most has been the happy thought that I haye been eneouraglng youth to help our great eountry remam great as thelr future Amerlea For twenty two years, Frank Stephens has b en of untold b nent to US He elme here ID l934 and ever smee has b en do1ng odd job tround the seh mol sueh as weldmg Perhaps we remember Frank most not for hrs serv1ee durrng the run of the mlll day but for h1s great help ln servlng at all the US danees Everyone wlll rememb r drrnkrng punch that he has poured eatxng eookres that he was arrmged and enyoymg hrs eonver satlon at every US elanee that we can rememb r It 1S Steve Sydor whom we have to thank for the elean well eared for fields that have been so mueh a part of our daily life at US For twenty ye trs Steve h IS been do1ng thls yob that IS so 1mportant to the sehool It has been rough work at trmes, espeelally IH the WIUECI' when there Ire all the walks and drlves to keep free of snow Then he must get up early 1n the mornmg 1nd work all day After the b1g snow rn November, l950 he really had more than hls sh tre of work but he never eomplalns Steve slys he h IS beeome so grow to senlors and then le we but ts long ts there tre stxll more eomlng l hope to be here Thxs lS the xttltude of tll these men For twenty hve years IIN lindsey h1s been workmg lI'l the Clllilllg room IS head w uter Although we sometimes take his servlees for grlnteel we all know th lf wtthout h1s help we wouldnt get mueh to eat llm has b en present tt 1ll the reeeptlons bmquets llLIIT1I1l squlre dtnees llLlI11Dl PILIIILS 1nd works with Irrnk If kllI1LLS Twenty hve years IS just a st1rt he promises Vlfhom do we h we to thlnk for keeping the tthletle store running gettlng the baseball ehmmonds tn shape stopping us from snapping towels ID the loeker room and keeplng the pool gym 1nd loeker rooms neat and eletn' Why of eourse II IS Frltz Wlnkel For thirty three years he h ts served th sehool Eyen when US was lo uted rt 7lst and Hough Frm w IS on the job The boys are just ts n tsty now as they eyer were, he stys but l eould ney er get llong wlthout them Wfhen we stop to thlnk about the work th tt these men h ne done who h ne dexoted 1 good deal of then hyes to the sehool we ean reallze what thanks they deserxe So here s our salute to Frltz Fred 1m Frank and Steye for 108 yelrs of seryree' Uloy 0 '1 ' 1 1' 1 -1 1 1 v1 - ' 1 'l' ' , Y, , . 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Llll o dy.. 1 H111 ,N 11 AVI 11 ' 1" 1 .uf 1111 1.1 . ff1,,'!41.1 21 l AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR CAR Comphmenfs of CHEVROLET THE M MclAUGHlIN FOR COMPANY DOWNTOWN CHEVROLET 1935 EUCLID AVENUE MA 1 6000 CHINESE PEACOCK RESTAURANT Comphmenfs of HOFFER CONSTRUCTION DAILY LUNCHEON and DINNERS 2181 Ruchmond Road SPECIALTY CANTONESE FAMILY DINNERS ResIdenfIaI and CommercIaI BuIIdIng Food fo Take Ouf EV 2 0565 20126 Kmsman sn 2 oI52 EV I 2343 Across from Van Aken Shoppmg Cenfer 119 if . 1. . 1956 i' 'A' AMERICAN and CHINESE Compllmenfs of MR AND MRS LAURENCE M TRUE COMPLETE STEEL SERVICE WILLIAM S SOHIO SERVICE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS CO Worr and So Woodland Rds 1448 Easf 49I'I1 SI' cleveland 3 ohm We Give Eagle Sfamps 613 I Shaker His. 22 LO 1-9846 INSURANCE FOR INDUSTRY INVENTORY OR INDIVIDUAL We Provide Protechon That' ls Both Economtcal and Comprehensive IEONARD H BRUCE GENERAL INSURANCE Cleveland 15 Ohlo Best Wrshes Consolldated Platmg Co Inc 6810 Wade Park Ave Cleveland 3 Ohlo COMPLIMENTS OF West lndustrles, Inc SEBASTIAN BARBERS across from Vogue Theatre Four Barbers dll Shoeshme Chaldren s halr OUI' Speclalty 20319 Van Aken WY 1 1280 7 -I if 100 Hanna Bldg. MAin 1-3111 d O -1 1 llIOIlMAll Bll0TllEIlS presenf THE IVY lll0K Natural shoulders easy comfortable body Innes flap pockets center vent worsted fa brlcs moderately priced 4 CHARGEIT IFYOUVWSH Dependable Clothes Makers Since 1879 40 WY ll luxurious flannel, shetland, tweed, and 'll ' A COMPLETE ADVERTISING ART SERVICE HAI NIAINIQUIST 81 C0 2123 Easl 9+h s+ E G WILKINSON Realfor Specralmng rn FOREST HILL and adlornrng properfles 2495 Lee Boulevard HEIGHTS ROCKEFELLER BLDG lLee ul' Moyieldl FA 14411 GEORGE P MERKLE Insurance Agency For Sure Insurance of Low Cos! AU O o FIRE o THEFT 2495 Lee Blvd HEIGHTS ROCKEFELLER BLDG FA 1 4411 EV 2 2064 lf your clofhes are nof becoming fo you fhey should be commg fo us SHAKER .lust Rlte Cleaners TAILORS LAUNDERERS DYERS WEAVERS WA 1 8868 16621 Kinsman Rd. Lombardo Motors Inc LINCOLN MERCURY CONTINENTAL 15001 Euclid Avenue UL 1 3500 716 wk . O n lr , T ILee of Moylieldl - - N ' H o e - J CLEVELAND SLAG CO. PREPARED BLAST FURNACE SLAG AIR COOLED AND EXPANDED FOR HIGHWAY AND GENERAL CONSTRUCTION 414 FIDELITY BUILDING CLEVELAND OHIO coumnv PROPERTY Town HOUSES EMILIE NEUMAN Realfor 1173 0 I GATES MILLS. OHIO HAMILTON 3-44'I'I Compliments of 8 dll ,ync FUNERAL DIRECTORS Americas Foremosf Donul' DIP NUTS The Whole Donuf SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN PARTY ORDERS 2149 Noble Road Phone GL 1 2660 EMIlS SERVICE STATION Pun: on. Pnooucrs FA 1 9846 2310 Lee Road Cleveland Helghls 18 EMIL OCCHIONERO Prop FOYVIPLIMEN TS FULTON FOUNDRY und MACHINE C0 INC EAST 75'lh STREET 81 MORGAN CLEVELAND 27 OHIO Manulacfurers of Meehanlle metal cashngs up fo 20 Ions welghl' Machine Dlvlslon has large machune fools for lobblng work Ml 1 400 CAMINATI S Shaker Square Cleveland RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE 2775 S Moreland Blvd SK 14100 'mpg 'I OF I ol 0 wk . . -8 - D COMPLIMENTS KEEMAR APARTMENTS 1914 EAST 101 STREET CLEVELAND OHIO Comphmenfs f 1300 UNION COMMERCE BLDG CLEVELAND OHIO ff? OF THE ENOS COAL MINING C0 Responslbllltx C OIlS1d6I'1flOH Loy llty ll? - I 1 ' . "1 1' 131 '.x' f '7i'l'.V!Gt '.x' fo My ffu. s'.x' QfilQj6 ICUUIIC IWXINIKON ,XSSOCflAX'lil'fS INC SOBENITE MAKERS OF QUALITY PLASTIC SOBENITE INC Soufh Bend Indiana Telephone CE 40221 COMPLIMENTS OF CHESTERFIELD STEEl SERVICE CO 1220 E 222 SI' CLEVELAND I7 OHIO Ju Nally Jingle, J I I llll COMPLIMENTS DOWD oLosMosn.E ' I C " nc. f.',I,X-111.11111 ' ffl.Yf,' IUWU IIIUIUIIIIII lffmfl .Vnzln llrfgflls ffl. lllllff I 222 I THE AUER REGISTER COMPANY REGISTERS and GRILLS FOR AIR CONDITIONING VENTILATING and HEATING E E I X S I -5 . ' 12 , , 51' our money coal n l be an betfez hand: SHAKER SAVINGS ASSOCIATION DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND 510 Superlor SHAKER SQUARE 13109 Shaker Square MAIN OFFICE 16800 Klnsmon "For Anything in Stamps or Coins" ee BOB or ALAN COHEN Colonial Com and Stump Shop 15 Colonlal Arcade CHerry 16826 Cleveland Ohio A D PEIUNIS INC CLEVELAND S LARGEST DeSOT0 PLYMOUTH DEALERS The All New Revoluhonary Push Buffon Power Car Easl Wesl' 2950 Mayfield Rd 13123 Defrorl YE 2 9292 B0 2 6433 Cunningham, Gunn 8. Carey, Inc Member Mldwesf Sfock Exchange 837 Unlon Commerce Bulldlng Cleveland 14 Ohlo Telephone TOwer1 1070 S M J ' al' o o 0 ' Q . Before You Buy. Drive A' + ' I 'A' 4 2:4 3 COMPLIMENTS OF Wm TAYLOR SON 81 CO CLEVELAND S CENTRALLY LOCATED DEPARTMENT STORE 0 il? 1357 Complimenfs of The Dunford-Lowell Company JEWELERS 1246 EUCLID AVENUE IN APPRECIATION FOR PREPARATION OF OUR YOUTH FOR NATIONAL PROGRESS ENGINEERING I.0RICI'IE 0lDSMOBIlE INC 1290 wEs1111'rH STREET Corner Cllffon Boulevard OHIO S LARGEST OLDSMOBILE DEALER SALES SERVICE LA 'I 0770 1 J O IN O SQ? Si? O 220 . . 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Other Offices: New York Cincinnati Chicago San Francisco Atlanta Ft. Lauderdale Florida Toronto london England c. Los Angeles qzzvl O Cl fa z ' J yfllll' gflulllilllflll, an Illlliifil' ' IIC. , ,. . y V , . ,I lfu , WllCIl YIUQVC lllllsllcd your for al cl 'zl'l , yclu'll . . . V- . ,' Q is - 1 1 sz . 3. 1 K 2 ' -K- til lvill 'l'llc ll. li. If llS5ll Q' Ipil " l tllc init" ' 'zl't:J. Ol at lfrlrd Xlfwt r Crvlllpzllly ' of k Park llvllcr' 'cr . lf U' 'all' llzls lWCCll clcllllg il zjfll' plz: J ' .' 2 l 2' ' ills zllzntlrlll jwlvl. Or all I' ' ' -'. " -'.zz' 'll- lcng. 'z ' - 'la ' . S 253131. tllc X 'I 5 u x 4 1 ' 1 'K 'Z ' 1 x x N j' 2 x , o e V NV' ' 1 -N! Q. ' ' - 'V f O Q N X 1 ' f,1 l A K X f S ' L .3 ' I I n WYoming 1 4500 ZIECHMANN .7 ora: L4 Esfabllshed T875 GROWERS AND DESIGNERS OF QUALITY PRODUCTS 2970 Warrensvllle Cenfer Road Shaker Helghls Comphmenfs BROOKS MARKET 3469 Falrmounl' Blvd Cleveland Helghls Ohlo Every young man should know hows much L mu ll IS lu se IL .n tx lnmc suuxnx I lun you sunt an lus sou IKIIITIIN lmtutmn II l n cost ln I Inns designed ul xllx l n wung men THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Harry H Kaul General Agenf 510 Leader Bulldung TOwer 1 6100 BUILDER GENERAL CONTRACTOR TE 1 8366 26615 Nor'l'h Woodland I , . 'Of l V pa' ll ' w'1' 4 I a 'Ial l.,. .' 1, v , 4, K. , . .2 ,- ing early. Life insurance ol'- dl 2 -in ,. NORMAN G. SITZ 2 1 s' ' 5 ' li I xl esp-"z I' '1' I' I . 'k I 228 Q 1 fbi S 71 f1111f1111f111g 1 Illfbf 1111111 ff om 11111 1 111 tl 1011 111 111 If1lfI0lff0 111 ot ff1 I tlllflflcn 1 HOTEL STATLER HILTON HOTEL RAY J McSOLEY General Manager ww T, 1 1-1 1- '5 1x11 .1 X lf' " 1 ' M!! 1 11716 1'.- 'xfbl"1'0IlI' Ill 1-1-1f1 .'..a 1 .ll f1'fI' . . . -ff "l'!'1" ' 'ja Vfzwlxf. i. . UI. A -lov' owl? 00 D Complrmenfs of L uvtk of xw v M ulklms Emi' THE cnuclsli sim C:"3Qeg,gvTi2 cAsnNcs co pl. 1A X ml cl mob ?s:NK"1s I Wesl' 84+h and Almlra Ave X 1' Cleveland 2 Ohuo O AU O AND For Somefhmg Simply Lovely Cgmphmenf-5 To THE CLASS OF 1956 reuea glowera, .9 cleveland Henghfs ohm Flowers by wfre mo Lee Road YE 2 8855 THE lYON TAILORING C0 ww e 1 xNG R ? ' . Ps . l e ' 'Jil ft ' F I . V N. A56 . '-5 A n . MEMBER FL NDRY TE FCLEV msmurzo g nf. I I t Compliments of Burrrng Production Co 2876 Woodhrll Road Cleveland 4 Ohro Compliments of a Frrend HI MEN' Come n ond get acquamted You wull fund many of your frrends here and a cordnal atmosphere the men s wear ns nncndental THE SHOP FOR MEN CHARLES RUYIIE INC on SHAKER SQUARE 13200 SHAKER SQUARE Cleveland 20 Ohlo 117 o o ' o f l ' . I I I 7 1 THE STERLING BRASS CO 9600 S+ Cafherme Sireei' CLEVELAND 4 OHIO Makers of Hlghesf Grade Plumbing 4 J 'Af Supplies and Specialfies SWee1'briar I-8000 THE IllES C0 GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ALTERATIONS o REPAIRS 2222 FAIRHILL ROAD CLEVELAND OHIO Otto G Grueff, Inc 3483 Lee ai' Kinsman The Friendly Spof fo Phofoshop Rlchert s Sohlo S 0 M 8. Mayfield Rds Mayfield Heights no 1 5 o 1 o Q n 0 u Oh' MR und MRS WILUAMR HARGETT CLASS OF 1956 5 Complimenfs of fo fhe Comphmenfs of Schuemunn Jones Co my CH55T INC SURGICAL MEDICAL Hosrum 2,60 vm, Aw, ,,,,, SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT Shaker Square Cleveland 20 O Cleveland 15 Ohlo C P WRIGHT 81 C0 mme coNmAc1oRs CLEVELAND Q D The 0 O . I I 2134 Easf Ninfh Sireel' O O O ws THE INDEPENDENT TOWEl SUPPLY COMPANY IUSTIG ADVERTISING AGENCY I J Complimenfs of 14'Ih and Carneg' Complimenfs of W. I. WHITE Realfor WA I 0656 16830 Kinsman Road Shaker Helghfs 20 Ohlo A HEIGHTS 81 SUBURBAN HOMES COMPLETE PRINTING S E R VIC E SPEAR PRINTING EU 233 Caxton Building 812 Huron Road CLEVELAND 15, OHIO ART WORK PHOTOGRAPHY ADDRESSING MAILING Phone MA1n 1 1060 MECHANICALLY APPLIED PLASTERING Specuahzmg m ACOUSTIC and SAND FINISHES THE McKENNEY PIASTERING Old Acoushc Plasfer Renewed Increasing Sound Absorphon Call SU 'I 9525 2172 E 31 Si' Cleveland I5 O Comphmenfs of o o COMPANY L. R. DRUMMOND 12371 Cvmphmenfs THE WALKER CHINA C0 0 U Manufacturer of Vrtnfred Chmu Friend SOLON ROAD BEDFORD OHIO Comphmenfs LEONARD BRYAN Escrow Agenf 256 The Old Arcade ALFRED F STERN Postage Stamps for Collectors klbums Stork Books and othu Philatelic Auessorles We Feafure Complete New Issue Senna ln U .S Umted Nations Y lllidll lsnael Lanadx and K neat But un Open Ilazlx Ezemngi by appointment 14074 Superior Rd Tel FA 1 4109 Cleveland I8 Ohio . O f . . . . . l O 1 , ' 3 ', " of ' 5 t' " '. I t' ' ' - in both stamps and First Day Covers ' ' ' ,'. ' . 7. . ., . ., . t ..,,,'..i,. . '- .V . h Y . q o ' I QZSSQ Hough Bakeries Inc 1519 Lakevuew Road QUALITY BAKED GOODS FROZEN COOKED FOODS COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE Where You Can Buy wlfh Confidence Serve wlfh Prlde Comphmenfs of THE MEMBERS OF THE EDWARD MOORE SOCIETY Comphmenfs of THE DUPlICATE FORMS CO Menfor Ohlo THE GUILD SHOP Fashions for Men Unlverslfy HelgI1'I's YE 2 5727 YE 2 5728 HATHAWAY SHIRTS DOBBS HATS O O . O 13920 Cedar Road . O O Q 239 5 DAMASCUS STEEL CASTING COMPANY MANGANESE AND ALLOY STEEL CASTINGS NEW BRIGHTON PA J Esfablished 1906 FOREVER UNFINISHED I Ollll O UXK 1 K mx or u c s nc x n ual unhms uc uc mon I 0 nun ll lam muung so g m v me 1 x n il I is x hum rm nrlrlwsx by IJ an lurl li 1ltkf 0 1 lima ll nzwrx s LSSlgL up thc C ss ' IS mth the but ulshu nl 1 lrllllll Comphmenfs of The Cleveland Towel Supply Co 2155 Easf 18fh Sfreef We specialize in office foweis and lndusfrial Uniforms COIDHBIAN M84 COMPLIMENTS FRIEND Papers Thai' Prmf BREWER CHILCOTE PAPER CU 2160 suremok AVENUE THE S BARKERS SONS CO ESTABLISHED 85 YEARS AGO OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE I T 'Ir Complimenfs of I O O 243 EAGLE LINEN SUPPLY CO 2155 Eas'I' 18I'h SI' HEIPERS NURSERIES I Member American and Ohio Nurserymen s Ass n EVERYTHING FOR LAWNS AND GARDENS GARDEN CENTER LANDSCAPING GARDEN SUPPLIES KEnmore 1 4066 17630 Lake Shore Blvd Cleveland 19 Ohlo THE E B BROWN OPTICAL CO Prescrlphon Ophclans 803 Unlon Commerce Bldg SHAKER SQUARE OFFICE 2776 Van Aken Boulevard SKyIlne 1 7334 WESTGATE OFFICE 3130 Wesfgafe EDlson 1 4644 Deslgners Builders YODER MORRIS I 5914 Merrlll Ave Cleveland 2 Ohio Presldenf ' , nc. ' if MAin 1-2428 -1 - , nc. 12433 Complimenfs of Cleveland Dornback Furnaces The Fmesf Ever Made DORNBACK FURNACE 81 FOUNDRY COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO DEPENDABLE CONSTRUCTION SINCE 'I884 Addrhons 0 Alferahons New Buildings Call GA I 7660 The Dunbar Company 8201 Cedar Avenue IIUUIDLIIQ nvcoRPoRArfn MANUFACTURERS OF PURE PAK gampawaalwhfi sa e sanitary dusposable Q44 Q O C . . ll U Il . I ADA, . A V V. -L -in 5- -d A.: V a r ... I. -1 ,NE g , nG,a, , FZ: f M , . Eau n may . 7 I f ,w i . 4 1 CED QQ 1' ' 'ff ' 35 :jx fb 55: Q: . . , . . , 4. F5 I? QQ ' Q53 'I A if 1- 0 f , 1-, . .Y ti . f, 3 " 1 L." -Q., A , l r-." ' .v , , - - .Al A f 3 I SIJOXI IS III RIIORI C I IXISIJ INDI RSI XXII ICE CREAM TELLING BELLE VERNON COMPANY DIVISION OF NATIONAL DAIRY CORPORATION I cw "XXI . . 'I'IIli I'RINClII'.'Xl. M INC IHI-Q if C LIT' UNI ,XXII IYIIII .Xl.I. IHY CLEIUIIINCQ Cllfl' C '. .' INCL" ,-l1 ,-,,1 , - 'I Compliments of Buss Chevrolet Motors Your Herghts Chevrolet Dealer Our Service rs Prompt Courteous Personal 2954 Mayfield Road FA l 4400 GALI BROOKS Flowers Floral Designs and an 21355 Krnsman Road Shaker Herghts 22 Ohro WAshrngton l 3360 Integrity Dependablllty For Your New Home Constructlon Modernlzlng Your Present Home HERBERT W SHEPHERD Resrdentral Builder 3510 Lee Road WY 1 7337 Residence telephone YE 2 3442 Q7-46 lnc. ik as 'ik d C Gifts Weddings Ol' if YOU CAN CUT YOUR CUTTING COSTS Wlfll upreme Brand SAWS AND KNIVES The Suw 8. Knlle Speclully Co 6526 Carnegie Avenue Cleveland 3 Olno Phone HE 1 7560 Cuf Clean wffh Supreme Service Co 1802 Cenlral Avenue CLEVELAND OHIO For the Flnesl In Tenms and Budmlnlon Re slrmgmg Specnal Drscounf Gwen fo Umverslfy School Sfudenfs SLAZENGER BANCROFT SERT FRAMES IN STOCK Tenms Balls 0 Presses and Covers Bolllngs Slmle Shop 3621 E 'l39lh Slreel Cleveland 20 Ohlo 4475 5 Atlus linen und Towel I n I Hlllcresf 2 76l6 d BIBBO BUILDERS INC BUILDER OF CUSTOM HOMES E A BIBBO 28900 Cedar Road Pepper Pike Ohlo LIFE INSURANCE PERSONAL BUSINESS ROBERT K. CLARK, C. l. U. Million Dollar Round Table TO 1-7600 PICTURE FRAMING PICTURES .I GEORGE MAYER GALLERY 20309 Van Aken Blvd Shaker Hfs 22 Ohlo LO I 8909 OI' Qualify Cleaning Ca Suburban Cleaners, Inc. 2445 Woodllill Rd. SW 5-7676 REFRIGERATED STORAGE and Complefe Dry Cleaning Service including FURNITURE o RUGS DRAPES o HATS o GLOVES Pick Up and Delivery C7485 Member of Home Buil ers Assn. , . FINE GIFTS F : Il: OR For a tempting lunch a SBUSFYIDS dinner or an evening snack Youll Enjo Dmmg At iou ers RESTAURANTS 725 Euclld Avenue Westgate Center 1365 Euclmd Avenue Shaker Square Open for Late Supper Servrce PLANNING A PICNIC' Our 227 Pantry at Shaker Square wmll make up com OR ENJOY STOUFFER FAVORITES AT HOME our Frozen Cooked Foods are avaxlable at Shaker 227 Pantry the Westgate Pantry and your favor1te supermarket For your convenience there are Stouffer Restaurants an NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH CHICAGO DETROIT MINNEAPOLIS U49 , 0 0 0 S Li 9 ' lk lk A, . O plete box lunches for you. Call SKyline 1-1600. O - J Appomfmenfs Call WA I 4864 Shaker Burher Shop Proprrefor Alex Krsh 3237 Warrensvrlle Road MIIDRED THOMAS 8. CO Inferror Decorafrng 3235 Warrensvrlle Road Shaker Herghis 22 Ohro VIllAGE MOTORS Inc ROUTES 422 and 306 Chagrrn Falls Ohio KINGSWOOD 3 1371 HOWARD S Men s Boys Wear OUR SELECTION OF SPORT COATS and SLACKS IS FANTASTIC ARROW and HATHAWAY SHIRTS FLonsr-rem sr-ross IVY LEAGUE SELECTION HOWARD S KINSMAN and LEE WWI I . . I LOngacre 'I-3034 By Appoin'I'men'I' 'A' . 1 . I . iv - 'k 'A' 'A' -' J Gills ilialle Bros Gif LIKE FATHER' LIKE SCN' You like your father before you, will want the better things of life ln your home ln your school, and still later in your cluh Y alues that spell quality and prestnee are bound towether in the best of tradition which you are learning to appreciate N xturully youll turn to Hdllt s for these same ydlues' Your father can tell you how Halle s keeps up with the newest con ervatlve good taste and enmlurm value' And mhtn you ste p out mto the world of commerce, industry or the professional fulml more than ever you will appreciate. the heritage of bein correctly clre sul by Halle STORE FOR MEN PROSPECT NIAIV cu O O I I 7 . M . . I . Y Q . A . 1 , . S. , . .U . ' ry . . fashion trends, yet interprets them with a cautious eye to s - ' 5 ' ' g 't . 5 fl. 4 . 5 S-i ' 1 v -. 1 .1 5 ' ' g ' 4' sr ' . , . "sl . f- f I t . . -'l Q DEAN S QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Smce I884 THE O A DEAN DAIRY CO Cleveland Helghis YE 2 6550 MOTTER S MUSIC HOUSE Prrvafe lnsfruchon On All Insfrumenfs TWO LOCATIONS 'I862 COYENTRY CII 5148 MAYFIELD For Thaf Colleglafe Look Diamond s Men s Shop EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER SOM d MA YFIELD ROADS Hlllcresf 2 6650 6 J 1 I ll 0 ll 'A' . . ' 7 7 O 'I' an CI 252 I, HOME SANITATION SYSTEM HOME SANITATION 1919 THE SCOTT 8. FETZER COMPANY CLEVELAND 2 OHIO MA 1 2412 Q J Since O Manufacfured by For Cleveland Sales and Service Phone: - CCMPLIMENTS OHAUREL 58 ERS w c lElAND DECORATORS Cleveland 10 Ohlo .loan Blacer Chessle Kemp Bev Blackmore Mlm: Meek llnda Brown Nancy Noyes Carol Comtols Karen Perry Judy Elmendorf Pat Shepherd DESIGNERS AND Ann Hardy Suzy Steck FRESCOE ART .lucly Whnacre THE FELDMAN BROS C0 2332 Prospecl' Avenue Cleveland Ohlo Plumbmg Heahng and Arr Condrhonmg C J S. 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C 217 A Bllnor Pool A Recreahon Cenfer for Your Family Bilnor brings a spof of beauly fo your yard and livmg This year enioy 'lhe one spar! In wlnch every member of your family can parfieipafe. PLASTIC POOLS Inc 26011 Kinsman Road TE 1 9647 Cleveland 22 Oluo COMPLIMENTS Plerre Honegger c A T E nu N G DRESS WELL Come In and see our selechons of regular and any lvy League sfyles m lafesf fasluons SIIAKER MENS 8 BOYS WEAR 16639 Kmsman Rd af Lee Tel LO 1 1400 WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES A LONG WAY '7 I 0 MEN WHO GO PLACES OF 0 1 1 -48 J ONCI XIV A BLUE fIff00fV Lb ef -joseph Dam Cofamb Q 9 e Br Jyepa f Wajnfnyfoo A D Hoffe 5 .Hunkm Conlzey Conduuclzon Co GENERAL C CLEVELA DUSTRIALB LD FICE BUILDING FOUNDATION WORK ONTRACTORS ND OHIO GS BRIDGES TUNNELS DAMS I J I 1 xv f I., f, ' . Jury- fi?-4 h o o e ' l I I N U I I N O F S 299 STAMBERGER C0 3115 Mayfield Road PLUMBING HEATING TINNING HARDWARE GE APPLIANCES FA 1 4190 THE CHAIFANT AWNING AND SHADE C0 For Canvas and Mefal Awnings Tenfs and Canopy Renfal 11525 Madison Avenue MEYER SNOW PLOWS FOR LIGHT TRUCKS JEEPS AND WILLYS TRACTORS MOWERS 5 CARS SEND FOR CIRCULAR MEYER PRODUCTS CLEVELAND5 OHIO c wa THE o O LA I-7922 2 x ADDISON WESIEY PUBIISHING COMPANY INC CAMBRIDGE 42 o MASSACHUSETTS U S A Publishers of Scienhfic and Engmeermg Books GILBERT M TRUE Mldwesfern Represenfahve V 8.5 EIEC C0 COMMERCIAL and RESIDENTIAL WIRING APPLIANCE RADIO TV SALES and SERVICE LAMPS REPAIRED REMODELED and MADE 3231 Warrensvllle Center Shaker Helgh+s Ohlo L0 I 9109 MAKE THE Harvard Westgate lee Rd Shoppmg Center Your Headquarfers for BLOUSES o SKIRTS AND SWEATERS ' ' ' ' conon snors - - 8. . 4 my BRUWN SUN 81 FURWARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS SINCE 1837 Conven ent Suburban Locat on 17022 K1nsman Road Shaker He1g1'1ts WA 1 8116 G BUDD FORWARD CARL H BROWN PAUL S FORWARD 1 7 I i i P sidenf Ch of Board V Presidenf coNenATun.AnoNs TO u cl.Ass or 1956 ' nom A FRIEND AND Al.uMNus cuss or 1933 Comphmenfs FAZ IO S Supermarkets Phone Hlllcresf 2 7560 Hours Weekdays 'hl 9 P Safurday 'hl 6 P M .Hcllczeat Record CSL ALL MAJOR RECORD LABELS DIC 5705 Mayfield Road Mayfield Helghfs 24 Oluo We Carry fhe Besf DRAFTING SUPPLIES ARTIST MATERIALS BLUEPRINTS PHOTOSTATS B K EllIOTT C0 fj6s . S. of 1 : ' ' . M. DRAFTING INSTRUMENTS l 'fr R. K. K . 0 . - ' J COMPLIMENTS CLEVELAND OHIO 649 or THE V. D. ANDERSON COMPANY omplzments o a rcen touch up ln wi MINUTES C, 'WPG ff' PRODUCTS C0 wnth oruglnal Factory Flnush LT em 0 cLEA INSTANT SPRAY The quuck ecsy professronczl oy to touch up scratches rust spots and stone bru ses Tempo Instant Spray rs o complete potnt shop un o con lust press the button Tempo Instant Sp oy as cvolloble for Chevrolet 53 54 55 Ford 54 55 Plymouth Butck and Olds 55 os well as Appluonce Whute Chrome Sheen Alummum and Block Tempo us terrlhc for tools toys and metal furnuture GET ll Al YUUR NEW CAR DEMERS 2075 East 65th St Cleveland 3 Ohio HE 2 2944 Um C ' 0' 5' ' tl ff fQ ,t ' 1 - ttt otr2tt trrtrrssTrrrr 1-f P tl 5 llttlill f EASY . 'll' ,u D - I . mst - 'D THE WAYSIDE GARDENS C0 MENTOR OHIO GROWERS and IMPORTERS of HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 COMPLIMENTS OF fffi TOM R. STAUFFER '51 Comphmenfs of COZIER CONTAINER CORPORATION 446 Eas'l' 'I3Is'l' S'I'reeI' CLEVELAND OHIO Telephone ULs+er 13100 AII Types of Shlppmg Confamers If? Manufacfurers and Designers of We deliver One Hour Service For Personallzed Servuce l1'S MICHEllE DRY CLEANERS 5357 Mayfield Rd HI 2 2505 Save l'en per cenl on cash and carry We own and operale our own planl' Compllmenfs and Congrafulaflons from your Favorlfe offer Class Coke and Coffee Shop Campus Drug Stores 20200 Van Aken SK 2 1244 20621 Folrmounl' ER 1 1234 Tutoring for advanced students of popular piano JACK JoNEs 2235 OVERLOOK ROAD SWeetbner 1 3744 WS Compllmenfs fo fhe Class 1956 Jlm Frler ' I i' I 4 ' . . . - Shaker Heighfs of 55 f - f D he Eclmmnolson Stucho Esfablzshed in 1960 SCIXIIIL, lJl'llYClSllf School smce 1890 , l0f0Q1ll 1,161 Ill Ifllflfllflliti' D104 led ll Ruud for a pomtmenl LIIIYCISIIY Helghts 18 Ohio 11111174 I 7491 ww v i i l . Y 'X xv A A' Q v' I I 7 qs. vt' - 3, -IOHN N. BAZELH' Il K . I . ' I . . ' . f'i 1 1- 1 ' - p ' ,. Supporf The Building Fund Campaign For fhe new CLEVELAND MUSEUM OE NATURAL HISTORY Donafed by Friends of fhe Museum COMPLIMENTS OF UNIVERSAL DRAFTING MACHINE CORPORATION Complrmenfs of " 'S MS. I . A' 's '12 ' X 31.10 ' Z -,,,., .. .Him 1 -. S-x Proneer Beverage L0ngacre I 8088 The Shaker Hobby Mori Your Hobby rs Our Busmess 16609 Kinsman Road Shaker Herghfs 22 Ohro SK I 933 DY DEE WASH INC 3630 Lee Road Cleveland s Oldesf and Largesf Draper Service SHAKER HEIGHTS OHIO LO 'I 6'I6'I Comphmenfs of The Rudolph Deutsch Co 'I42'I EUCLID AVENUE R ' X' ll - - n if X' 1 . 0 20140 Van Aken Blvd. . -I iff if Q 271 J Comphmenfs of MR and MRS JOHN R SCHMUNK COMPLIMENTS OF .!l! 4 PARKING FOR OVER SOM CENTER AND MAYFIELD 3000 CARS AT THE CROSSROADS OF VALUES 1 J . , ' ix , V i B M '-L1 BELLA I . gg -- A 1 A -- if - is-, Q ,Lx 4-2' -T ,,.. ll ll '1""W -f- RARE GIFTS OF GREAT BEAUTY Al' Reasonable Prices :uhm ns 1 snnl IL lmslus gill n lm nn :ml mt mt lurlhd IX null mg., or ulhLr ou mon hun sou will hnd s msl uuun WALT TIETREAUX Rlver Road Gales Mills Sllver Lmens Porcelalns Crysfal Old Prlnfs YOUR HOME TOWN MERCHANTS WANT YOUR TRADE They Give You fhe BEST OF I Oons BEST UI' SERVIK L LIXIITED I RIIDIT They Supporf Your Roms st HOOLS I lllfkl HES K ITT INIPROTENILNTS Boosf Your Home Town TRADE XT HOME OWNED STORES Compllmenfs of a Friend wl- -- ,- . 1' .W . ,wk . IA' wi." .fjust lhe righl gift" to win lasting 5 w 1 1 -75 3 COMPLIMENTS OF CAMPUS SWEATER AND SPORTSWEAR COMPANY AMERICA s BIGGEST SELLING SPORTSWEAR Trollope Ir IS a comforfoble feelmg fo know fhaf you sfand on your own ground Land IS abouf 'Ihe only fhlng fhaf con f Hy away For 'Ihe comforf of knowlng your real esfofe problems wIII be han dled wI'I'h compefence and dIgnII'y co CECIL WEBSTER CO REALTORS YE 2 0225 DO ALL YOUR SHOPPING AT T S S I S ON SHAKER SQUARE n I ll pus SCI uc haw. Lxl CIICINLCI mlelks lo Inke vnu UICILIS In lhnnc I Ilh lhSllldlllL th ll x nu wslll ICCLINL lermnallx Seledml ELINIIIIIIQ undu L ll I IL hmsl lll Nluns Flsh Dun Clleuv. I-lllllS Ind Icgu lblu C IOLCIILS Ind IILIIK Iues A J TASSI CO Clevelands FInesf ServIce Food Sfore I ll I ' ' A I ' ' ." For pcrso :I . un SIC1 5 5 'v' '-, wc Q I , ,l. , .' , , . . ,A. 2 . 1, . i . , .l. I. 7 , , Y' 2 QA, ., ., 2 1 v' - ,' - x D .A , A' 4 . .Il1'r1'luIndi.s'e ol' your desire. ' K -' on' 'ml TI ' . . - I, ,. ,. .',., l I I t C - Q I I 1 II- I I . . . . 0 - 13204 Shaker Square WA 'I-5700 ,- Potter und Mellen, Inc JEWELRY SILVERWARE compnme,,f, cl-HNA CRYSTAL McGeorge Hnrgett 8. Assoc Smce 1899 CUSTOM JEWEIERS 8. SILVEIISMITHS 10405 Carnegle Avenue Cleveland AL NAIMAN S ZEPHYR ROOM TRADITIONALLY FINE AMERICAN AND FRENCH CUISINE SERVED IN A DELIGHTFUL ATMOSPHERE 16706 KINSMAN SHAKER HEIGHTS WA 'I 4828 O of ' t - 0 For Your Conven ce 0 Free Parking I O Q 371 1 ELECTRONIC MANUFACTURING FOR HOSPITALS AND INDUSTRY cusrom HI FI lNs1ALLAnoNs ROYAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS R ALESTATE gfdlff 11141 ezff' C641 KAIWKX I fum I 3026 ff? ui? KT 1 C 1 I 9 ,X Q f ' 'f I ' fl J 13.13 IIZZW Egfr! 41 J 1 f 2, , I A , ', if 1 LIL - 27 1 EATON MANUFACTURING GENERAL OFFICES CLEVELAND OHIO PLANTS CLEVELAND MASSILLON MARION TOLEDO DETROIT SAGINAW VASSAR BATTLE CREEK MARSHALL LAWTON COLDWATER LACKAWANNA NORTH TONAWANDA KENOSHA RICHMOND INDIANA LONDON ONTARIO CANADA C775 COMPANY THE WILLIAM FEATHER CO 1 l'1IltLI'b for UIl1XCI'b1ty School lIlSt1tUt1OIlS wkhmh ara makmg notable LOlltI'1bllf1OI1S to the Qommumtx omplzmenb o a guen VVS? J ' . , ' ', .' M, . and many other organizations and llnern M Hngle Q-n-up amy GENERAL CONTRACTORS ' 300 000 PEOPLE In 1887 Newton M Anderson Head of the Cleveland Manual Trann Ing School had an ndea He saw the need for a tory school nn the Cnty of Cleveland whnch was at that tnme a thrnvnng com munnty of 300 OOO Mr Anderson wnth Charles Mntchell and the ndea Interested some promnnent Clevelanders nn such a school A corporatnon was formed wnth Judge Samuel E Wnllnamson as Presndent of the Board of Trustees Land was purchased at Gnddnngs Avenue lnow E 71st Streetl and Hough Avenue The bunldnng was started nn the Sprnng of 1890 The School was opened on Aprnl 13 1891 and former Presndent of the Unnted AND AN IDEA' States Rutherford B Hayes presnded at the dedncatnon ceremonnes Snnce that tnme the value of Mr Anderson s ndea to the communnty has been proven by the thousands of graduates of Unnversnty nn the Cnty of Cleveland and outstandnng con trnbutors to the Cnty s welfare OSCO Steel looks to Unnversnty School for the preparatory educatnon of those people who wnll be the future members of thenr Organnzatnon OSCO 2966 East 55th Street Cleveland 27 Ohno Phone BR 1 2425 l 279 O I - n I , O I C O I ' 5 ,P I ' I l . - Ax . . I - . . I . i n rig, . . first-class bo s' re ara- f 1 A School, who have one on to become leaders .Y P lf' Q 1 . . 9 . . g lx . . . l I ' K I . ' , I u - J Besf Wishes Cleveland Heights Motors Mercury on fhe Helghfs OPPOSITE CLEVELAND HEIGHTS CITY HALL Te McKinney Kelly Co Furnrlure Appliances 3465 Falrmounl Blvd Taylor Road Cleveland Hls 18 YE 2 5641 FA I 0886 Ohio Compliments A FRIEND N h f Carpels 0 af I ffl' 7 PRECISION OPTICAL DISPENSING COMPANY L V PROHASKA EYE DOCTORS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED BINOCULARS AND FIELD GLASSES OPERA AND SPORT GLASSES BAROMETERS AND BAROGUIDES THERMOMETERS AND HUMIDIGUIDES MAGNIFIERS AND COMPASSES 3550 WARRENSVILLE CENTER ROAD SK 1 0112 9915 EUCLID AVENUE CE 1 4961 22580 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD LAKE THEATRE BLDG RE 1 5779 FREE PARKING C15 . . l J., LA x I I S Complimenfs of Gruntu s Foodiown 20641 Farrmounl' Blvd Cleveland 18 Ohlo iw Wie! Smart Apparel Boys and Young Men Ivy Fashrons Cord Surts Chrno Slacks 20156 VAN AKEN BOULEVARD 9 LO g cre I 5400 Gue Hardware Stores, Inc 20144 Van Aken Blvd Shaker Herghis Ohro The Sfore Thaf Servrce Burlf 51177 Ol M71 Jim KJ WW' 8 gl ROPFAX jx nn 1212.7 fLD-llx R0-ID ILFILQIAXD K 01110 ' 7 I . . O . . . V a few doors east of Vo ue Theater I1 Cl ' , 4 6 Q . ' lf: .Q-7' if ck. I V tif' eg? 'q. 9-.gn I.. ,- lu ,Q I ,lf 'rw X MII.: 'I W. .... iz' ' ' I X vxwll' , ' ',, ,- -.nh ,,, rw o ,Qvfv h ' ' ' :jd ,' 1 " . .' 1, I 4282 5 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 56 UT I 2900 IJUUBLE BARRELED SAVINGS wfww fm Now you can have more protectnon for your home at low cost through the Kemper Homeowners Packaee Plan desngned exclusnely for homeowners Our new polncy covers 35 forms of Insurance You save 2006 by buynng all the protectnon nn one polncy tage of one low cost one compmy one agent for all basnc home protectnon And 1 7001 qddmonal su mg IS possnble through the dnvldend paynng polncnes of Amerncan Mfnnuffncturcrs Mutual lnsumnee Company KEMPER nomowusns AUSTIN F WARD 81 ASSOCIATES ,ACKAGEPLAN 14235 Madison Avenue LA I 2552 :HE 435-J - instead of in separate policies and you have the advan- I I Dlrectory of Advertisers Name Page Allegheny Ludlum Steel Co Altec Amer1can Industr1al Products Co V D Anderson Co Arrow Publlclty Co Atlas L1nen and Towel SCTVICC C0 Auer Reglster Co Avalon Dry Cleaners B and B Auto Glass S Barker s Sons Co Bass Chevrolet Motors, H W Beatt1e and Sons Belle Vernon Co jack Bennett Co BIDDO Bullders Inc Bollmgs Skate Shop Sam Borton N P Bowsher Brewer Ch1lcote Paper Co Brooks Market E B Brown Opt1cal Co Brown Son, and Forward Leonard H Bruce Leonard Bryan Bunce Brothers Burnng Productlon Cam1nat1's Campus Drug Stores Central Cad1llac Chalfant Awn1ng and Shade Co Chesterfield Steel Co Robert K Clark Cleveland He1ghts Motors Cleveland Museum of Natural HISLOIY Cleveland Slag Co Cleveland Towel Supply Co Colon1al Com and Stamp Shop Columbxan V1se Connecticut General Llfe Insurance Co Connecticut Mutual L1fe Insurance Co Consolldated Plat1ng Co Cotton Shops Coughlln and Whlted C0 Ruth Coulter Gallerxes Cozler Conta1ner Corporatxon Cruclble Steel Castmgs Co Cunmngham Gunn, and Carey Inc Cuyahoga Br1t1sh Sales and Servlce Dalrypak Inc Da1sy H111 Greenhouse Damascus Steel Castlng Co Danford Lowell Co Dean Da1ry Co Rudolph Deutsch C0 Devand Inc D1amond Men s Shops D1p Nuts Inc Dornback Furnace and Foundry Co Dowd 0ldsmob1le 4 5 4 00 4 46 4 20 4 4 4 8 4 6 4 00 8 60 4 0 0 4 30 4 44 0 40 6 44 222 Name Page Downtown Chevrolet L R Drummond Dunbar Co Dupl1cate Forms Co Dy Dee Wash Inc Eagle L1nen Supply Co Eastgate Eaton Man ufacturmg Co Edmondson Stud1o Edward Moore Socxety Mr and Mrs Stanley M E1lers B K Ell1ottCo Em1l s Service Statlon jay Engel Inc Enos Coal M1n1ng Co EUClld Electrlc and Manufacturmg Co F3210 s Supermarkets W1ll1am Feather Co Feldman Brothers Co H K Ferguson Co F1sher Motor Sales Co Baldw1n Ford Forest Clty Foundry Franklln M1ller L1nen Supply Jllll Fr1er Fulton Foundry GAE Hardware Stores G A Gasco1gne Co Gall Brooks G1unta s Foodtown Otto G Graeff Inc Grant Electrxc Co IIC Mr and Mrs Wallace T Gray Greves Flowers Inc Gruber s Gund shop Herman V Haas Halle Bros Co Mr and Mrs W1ll1am R Hargett Haserot Co Helper s Nurserles Inc Mr and Mrs Wendell Herrnck Albert M H1gley Co H1llcrest Record Shop Hobby House Inc Hoffer Construction Inc Mr and Mrs B Hollmgton Home Owned Stores Plerre Honegger Caterlng Hoover Co George Horter Inc Hough Bakeries Inc Howard s Men s and Boys' Shop HUDKIH Conkey CODStFUCtl0H Co Illes Co Independent Towel Supply Co Irv1n and C0 jack jones 3 44 3 43 69 39 00 63 82 0 94 63 8 54 94 04 268 82 46 82 33 9 0 30 3 39 34 04 43 9 9 63 9 8 3 58 90 6 39 50 59 33 36 9 08 O C ' ' ..,.....,. 213 ......,...,,,,..,.....,...... .2 . . .........,............ 26 ' .............,......, .29 " ....,...,..,.,...,.,.. 20 - ............,..... ,..,.. 2 71 ' ' ..,...,, 27 , ' ....r........,..,r...... 223 --e--- -4---'--"-Q 2 ' ............,.... 277 . 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