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Far Left— The band was frequently on the field at
dawn in order to be ready for performances at
Left— Presenting Miss McNiel with a bouquet at the
Prom is Robert Thompson, President of the 74 ju-
Below— Studying the recipe for their next con-
coction are Robert McNiel and Duke Matthews.
'Ridge expresses an idea . . . describes
over 2,000 unique people. The current
integrated, jean-clad SHS population has
worked together to keep our ever-
changing identity alive. These are the
people who have supported the Short-
ridge teams, joined the Student Council,
various clubs, built homecoming floats
or helped with other activities. In our ka-
leidoscope of students, teachers, and
administrators, a pride thrives.
Our proud past has set a pattern for
today's Shortridge. Many former 'Ridge
students are prominent figures, such as
Mayor Richard Lugar and author Kurt
Vonnegut. Our alumni, too, cherish SHS.
Upon request, they have written to us
their feelings and memories of Short-
ridge. Through the years, the pride and
spirit of Shortridge has raliied on. We
hope this yearbook will set this year
apart from the rest and tell the story of
"As 1 have heard the merits of public 1
education debated in the past two dec- 1
ades, 1 appreciate the opportunity to 1
point with pride to Shortridge High 1
School as an important answer to those 1
who would question faith in democratic 1
institution, and the public schools, in I
particular. 1 have remained excited 1
about the potential of Shortridge High 1
School in 1975 as I was in the fall of 1947 1
when 1 entered Shortridge High School I
1 "Memories remain of games won or lost,
for the first time. For a quarter-century, 1
I club projects, social functions, report
Shortridge High School has met the chal- 1
I cards, etc., but-more than everything—
lenges and enjoyed the adventures of I
I Shortridge was a spirited group of
dynamic change in our society." I
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1 people, interacting, intelligent, optimis-
■ tic, fun-loving, hardworking people. It
I was a magnificent environment in which
1 to spend one's teen years."
Richard G. Lugar 1
I Max Schumacher
1 General Manager, Indianapolis Indians
"Shortridge was a happy experience, 1
Above— Mr. Brown's eighth hour gym class jumps for
remember it, and shall remember it, with
joy at the sight of the Annual photographer.
pleasure and a sense of gratitude 1 was
Right— An attentive class listens to Mrs. McCree's help-
ful criticisms on their artwork.
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Far right— Margo Nelson asks a friend for a little help
with her studies.
Edward H. Ziegner
Political Editor, Indianapolis News
"1 suppose that one never appreciates,
at the time, just whether he is getting a
good, mediocre, or poor education at
the high school level. It's several years
later, 1 think, before he realizes that the
fact that he's avoided so many pitfalls,
hurdled so many barriers and missed so
many bumps isn't really coincidence,
but the fact that high school education
was so solid."
Don L. Campbell.
Financial Editor, New York Daily News
Top left— Jacques Cousteau of the Shortridge set,
Kelley Osgood prepares the aquarium for sea life.
Bottom left— A little pre-game pep is lead by No.
15, Tim Rush.
Left— Last-minute primping is made by Sarian Wil-
liams, awaiting the moment to file in, at the 74
Above-Private practice sends Ulys- Right-Marvin Roney takes a little
ses Terry on the road to. stardom. time off to speculate on the world of
Above— "I've got it!" scream dozens of frenzied freshman females during a
wild volleyball game.
'I believe that I learned a great deal at Shortridge, both academically and in terms of human relations.
Alan T. Nolan, Attorney-at-Law
in English Dept.
This year the English Department, along
with all the other high school's English
Departments, tested freshmen, juniors,
and seniors to see if their reading level
had gone up at least one level since last
June. If a student's reading level had not
gone up satisfactorily they were helped
in their English classes, and second-se-
mester seniors were offered a class
called reading expansion.
According to Ms. Jean Whitcraft, English
Department head, the aim of the depart-
ment is to train the students in reading,
listening, speaking, and writing, and this
year the department accentuated listen-
ing and speaking skills.
New teachers this year were Ms. Sandra
Scott who taught Special Education, and
Miss Mary Esterline, who taught fresh-
men and sophomore English courses.
Above left— Mr. Sutherland's creative writing class
plays follow-the-leader to help them imagine
Left— Everyone is eager to respond in pre-college
Above— An informal teacher-student atmosphere is
provided in Mr. Cohen's English 7 class.
Right-Denise Peacock finds out she is just
the right type, as she finishes an important
letter in Business Correspondence.
Below-The new Automated Instruction
program will help these students to achieve
more in the future by ironing out present
New System Aids
There were many innovations in the
Business Education Department this
year, according to Mrs. Ruth Webb, de-
partment head. For instance, clerical
practice was expanded from a one-se-
mester to a two-semester course. Also,
students taking first year typing were in-
troduced to a new program, the Auto-
mated Instruction Program. The program
was geared to the individual achieve-
ment of each student. It involved a series
of films and cassette tapes, given to stu-
dents at their own pace, interspersed
with classroom work. Teachers were on
hand to help and give individual atten-
tion to those who needed it. The pro-
gram was the only one of its kind in
Mrs. Twyllah Taylor, who taught last
year, transferred to Attucks High School.
Top-Toni Moore adds a little something to her
grade by being sure she has the right figure.
Above-The velvet touch of budding typists is care-
fully checked by Mr. Carry Woods in typing class.
Below— Wearing an authentic Russian
army uniform, Mr. Cochran gives a Right— A serious moment in Mr. Mor-
talk of his travels in Eastern Europe. gan's economics class.
Anthropology students dig up their his-
tory through a new simulation game.
The game was designed to give students
a better idea of how scientists discover
the remains of the past.
Freshman were introduced to social
science in Social Studies 1 through an in-
class study method.
Mr. Catus took on the new U.S. I and II
C classes. The development of research
skills and fact-finding were high prior-
ities in the new class. Perfection in writ-
ing Lilly Scholarship papers is their ulti-
mate goal. This year, Shortridge had
more participants than in recent years.
The history department applied to par-
ticipate in the National Humanities Fac-
ulty Thematic Project for 1974-1976. The
topic is "Moral Uses of Power."
Left— George Washington, alias Sylvester Rowe
leads a discussion in Mr. Houston's fourth hour
The new features in the Industrial Arts
Department include a new diesel engine.
Diesels are superior to internal com-
bustion engines because they can
handle a much heavier load.
The Print Shop also has a new Plate
Dryer. This is used in speeding up the
process of drying the cast pages. This is a
great help in the production of the Echo
and game programs.
Right-Working at the monstrous linotype ma-
chine, Martel Pipkin helps in producing the SHS
Below right-Smiling to himself, |ohn Lewis studies
to learn the basics of mechanical drawing.
Right-Planning a meal in foods, Dawn Miller takes the first steps seriously.
Below-Getting a little expert help, Wyena Murray observes the handiwork
of Ms. Mary Davis.
Below right-Ms. Benton shows her students the necessity for neatness in
cutting out pattern pieces.
"Holiday Ideas" Presented at Hobby Show
The foods 5 class gave a demonstration
of "Holiday Ideas" at the Gift and
Hobby Show this year, presenting their
knowledge from the previous four
The Home Economics Department was
sorry to announce the retirement of Ms.
Frances Grubbs in January, after 18 and
one-half years of teaching, 3 of which
were spent at Shortridge.
The clothing department participated in
a Spring Style Show at Tabernacle Pres-
byterian church and displayed items in
the Spring Arts Festival at SHS.
Left— Anna Fuqua is "sew" good at the homemak-
Below left— Reading their recipe carefully, )ohn
Smith and Albert Musgrove prepare to make a de-
The purpose of the jROTC is to train Ca-
dets in the basic principles of citizenship.
Instilling a sense of responsibility,
through the assumption of leadership, a
Cadet broadens his ability to cope with
The ROTC ranks range from basic Cadet
to Lieutenant Colonel. Freshmen begin
as Cadets and work their way up
through higher ranks.
Members of ROTC also enjoy the privi-
lege of joining extra activities. These ac-
tivities are color guards, rifle team, drill
team, and M.P. duty. These programs
give the Cadet a chance to test his or her
skills learned in ROTC.
The ranking officers this year were: Lt.
Colonel Evans, Lt. Colonel Howard, Ma-
jor Williams, Captain Ratcliffe, and Cap-
Below right— Standing at attention, a ROTC class
prepares for another day of drilling.
Men's ROTC: Front row— Stephen Brown, Albert Musgrove, Criag Ratcliffe, Ser-
geant Richard Stoe, Rodney Evans, Bradley Garing, Gerald Gray; Back row— Kent
Hayes, Dennis Phinisee, |ohn Jackson, Charles Knight, Greylin Seals, loseph Wall-
ace, Darnell Cannon, Adrian Joyce.
Men's ROTC: Front row— Alfred Hayes, Louis Goldman, David Terrell, Dennis
Williams, Sergeant James Woods, Edward Robinson, Michael Starks, Billy Easley,
Kerry Crossland; Back row— Walter Wilson, David Moure, Richard Frizzle, Clifford
Brown, Jonas Hampton, Malcom Jones, Vaughn Terry, Anthony Birdsong, An-
thony Proctor, Larry Hester, Glenn Taylor.
Left— With a stern expression and a warning finger
shaking, Sgt. Woods lectures a ROTC class.
Below— Sgt. Woods surveys his ranks in an outside
Men's ROTC: Front row— David Williams, Talbert Jones, Clifford Brown, David
Henson, Sergeant Richard Stoe, Rodney Evans, Thomas Crossland, James Wise-
man, Rickey Howard; Back row-Jonathan Stegall, Oslan Haslam, William Ed-
wards, Tracy Terry, Dexter Jordan, Harry Dunlap, Michael Gray, Robert Towns,
Womens' ROTC: Front row— Deborah Easley, Julia House, Barbra Phillips, Teresa Johnson, Rodney Evans, Ser-
geant James Woods, Sylvia Allen, Terri Paicely, Vernell Crabtree, Theresa Hall, Amanda Fletcher; Back row— Ann
Bell, Kimberly Dycus, Velda Person, Debra Jones, Sue Parker, Tanya Beamon, Valerie Sharp, Juanita Walters,
Debra Wilson, Donna Goodrich, Shellye Napier, Starlott Coleman.
Women's ROTC: Front row— Valerie Hale, Karen Chambers, Robin Vaughn, Sandra Mitchell, Debra Sulivan,
Carla Bullock, Karen White, Harriet Chatfins; Second row— Hattie Williams, Sandra Brown, Sharon Taylor,
Debra Lightfoot, Benita Murphy, Yvette Edmonds, Charyl Jones; Third row— Patsy Gaines, Latanya Duncan,
Lorraine Allen, Rhonda Solomon, Donna Clark.
Left— These girls make the most of ROTC
smiling while practicing their marching.
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Above— The Shortridge ROTC displays
their military prowess in the Veteran's
Right— Up, up, up and over the horse, Ms. Hunt
spots Vernell Crabtree as she volts over the horse.
Below— During a break in the action of a freshman
P.E. class, Christina Brand takes time to pose for
Below right— lumping jacks and other fundamental
exercises still play a major role in P.E. classes at
P.E. Classes Sport Wider Range of Activities
The Physical Education classes widened
their curriculum in terms of participation
this year. Boys' P.E. teacher Gary Brown
told of the variety of sports available to
the boys. These sports, including basket-
ball, volleyball, wrestling, and football
have been either improved upon or
added to the curriculum this year.
Girls' P.E. classes have been active in the
field of gymnastics. The girls participate
in partner stunts, pole climbing, and vari-
ous other gymnastic stunts.
The Drug Ed. classes have been involved
in many oral and written activities. These
activities dealt with advertising in alco-
hol, dramatizing the legal aspects in al-
cohol, and viewing films about alcohol
abuse. The classes also studied
Gary Brown, the football coach, is one
of the new teachers in the department
this year. Ms. Sandra Hunt is the other
new teacher. She started a swimming
program for students here. The class of
about 20 students met at Riverside Com-
Above left-Besides being a P.E. teacher, Mr.
Brown also teaches several health classes.
Left-One-on-one in basketball is both good exer-
cise and fun for Ronald Tooley and Bernie Harris.
Top— Hard at work in her craft arts class, Diane
Miller creates a rug.
Above left— Mark Cole admires his finished pot as
Kevin Miller prepares to start a new one.
Above-Basic Art isn't confined to the classroom.
Here, students gather textures from various sources
in the hallway.
New Head Has
Dept. in Hand
All sorts of Art Contests were brewing
and many students prepared art port-
folios to enter in the Regional Scholastic
Awards Contest. Many other students
entered their art work in the 500 Festival,
a collection of Indianapolis Schools' Art,
which is usually displayed on the circle.
The Art Department started the school
year with two new teachers, Ms. Corrie
Wilson, and Ms. Wa r da Gourley, who
replaced Mr. Sheldon Kantor and Mr.
Ms. Wilson was the new Art Department
head, and she taught Craft Arts, Ceram-
ics, and Art Appreciation. She thought
Art Appreciation was a very good course
for serious art students, and said that
more emphasis should be put on this
Ms. Wilson has big plans for the Art
Club, too. She took members to the In-
dianapolis Museum of Art and plans
were made for a long-range trip. The an-
nual Shortridge Art Festival was also held
once again May 10th.
Lgi As the new head, Ms. Wilson said she
enjoyed the "feeling of warmth" at SHS.
Top left— Jamie Gallagher puts the final touches on
his brownies in jewelry class.
Left— Now students can design jewelry exactly as
they want it. Julia Ware and Jean Stocks make
necklaces from copper and brass.
Right-Precise measurements are a very important
factor in general science as shown here by Jerry
Below-Doretha Watson takes time out of her gen-
eral science class to ask Ms. Ballow for some help
with a problem.
A greater interest in the science depart-
ment seems to have caused an increase
in classroom size this year, not only in
the two semester courses, but in the ad-
vanced classes. Ms. Carol Smith, the new
department head, has taken this interest
as an opportunity to try the use of labo-
ratory assistants on a large scale, and try
Seventeen lab assistants were working in
all areas of the department, ranging from
running errands for the science office to
helping teachers set up experiments and
other class projects. Most of the work is
done during the assistants' free periods
for which they receive a small fee, but a
great deal of experience.
Room 301 has become the office for
Project Star, Student Teacher Associated
Research. During the past summer, two
teams from Shortridge, which consisted
of Ms. Smith and David Thuma, and Ms.
VanHorn and Thomas Williams, took
part in a program that offered them the
opportunity to learn and experience the
functions of research by working with
research scientists. The main purpose of
the project was that the teams would be
able to implement their own project
during the year.
Another program that took place during
the summer was the Project SEED Re-
search Program, which was sponsored
by the American Chemical Society. Two
students, John White and Lucia Spears,
worked in chemical and biological re-
search, respectively, for 10 weeks while
receiving a stipend. This project was also
based on giving students experience in
Middle left— Physics students concentrate on a test
about time and motion.
Left— Using the videotape equipment purchased
last fall, Debbie Cougan is interviewed by Ms.
Carol Smith on the subject of the moon rock which
was displayed here early in the year.
Advanced Students Compete in Math Contests
The head of the math department, Mr.
Gibson, would like to start the math
clubs again after their coming to a grad-
ual end. If enough people joined the
clubs that Shortridge was once famous
for, the department can get speakers
from Purdue and Butler Universities to
help. Students in algebra and geometry
can join the Hi-Pi club. Those in ad-
vanced algebra, unified math and calcu-
lus who maintain at least a "B" average
and have a math major can join the Mu
Alpha Theta club. Math clubs were very
active for over 54 years, between 1916
and 1971. Ms. Wahl offered to help any
students who want to get them started
As far as the math department goes,
there were no new teachers or equip-
ment. But there will be new textbooks
next year which are supposed to be an
improvement over our present ones.
Two students in advanced algebra and
unified math represented Shortridge in
early March in the National Math Con-
test. The Marion Country Math Day was
May 3rd. There were preliminary tests
for all students in algebra, geometry, uni-
fied and calculus who wanted to partici-
pate. Three students from each level
participated in the county-wide contests.
Right— Indiana Central University student, Suzie
Lamb helps Leroy Kilgore with his basic math.
Below right— Brenda Terrell discovers that under-
standing the basics is half the problem in passing
Below— A quaint pose by Ms. Greenwood alle-
viates the seriousness of algebra momentarily.
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Below— Basic math proves to be thought— provoking for Secherrie Sears
and Anthony Wollridge.
Bottom— Phyliss Brown frowns in confusion as she and Twlyanna Ma-
lone listen, engrossed in Mr. Freeland's algebra class.
Students Tested for Study Programs Abroad
Under new guidance, the Foreign Lan-
guage department flourished this year.
After the retirement of Ms. Louise Reiter
last year, Mr. Alain Sutherland took over
as department head and part-time Ger-
man teacher, along with his advanced
Mr. Sutherland also aided I.U. Honors fi-
nalists in German and French. Spanish
students tried out for the program, too.
Last summer, two Shortridge students,
Edward Ramsey and Nathan Thuma,
went to foreign countries on the I.U.
Honors program. Nathan went to France
and Ed to South America.
Among other activities planned, the de-
partment went to Ball State University
for a language "get together", and a Ger-
man class demonstrated a typical day in
a classroom for a hobby show. Language
clubs flourished, and a new club, the
League of Nations, was formed, with
Solomon Kennedy as president. The
League of Nations was a combination of
language clubs formed to promote for-
eign cultures and languages.
Below right— "Keep at it; Russian takes a while to
master!" Ms. Waycott says as Lydia Ashanin sighs
Right— Mr. Baker seems to say to his class, "Imag-
ine yourself in Spain . . ."
Left— "You blew it again!" says Alycia Adams to
Solomon Kennedy as he takes the lead in Latin
DE Job Trains
Distributive Education is a program in
sales and merchandising. The students,
who are mostly juniors and seniors, re-
cieve one credit for the class and one
credit for a job they have in this field.
Many of the jobs are with department
stores such as Sears and Blocks. The stu-
dents find their own job and are hired
on their own merits.
In the classroom two areas are covered:
general studies, and specific education.
The general studies includes human rela-
tions, which is essential in any business
career. The specific studies are designed
to fit the individual's need in the specific
job career in which he is interested.
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of
America), is sponsored by Mr. Randall
Smith. The students in this club partici-
pate in regional, state, and national com-
petition. There are 15 different contests
in which the students can choose to par-
ticipate. The student chooses to partici-
pate in the contest that involves the area
in which he is interested. Some of the
areas are window display and sales dem-
onstration. The contest usually is made
up of a test to determine how much the
student knows about the subject, and an
activity that gives the student an oppor-
tunity to use the knowledge he has on
DECA: Front row-Brenda Walton, Gennifer Finnell, Sinifred Reed, John Waldon, Karla McClury,
Thomas Parker, Rita Rent, Denis Avery, Linda Pierson, Diana Fenveroy. Second row-Gerald Green-
wade, Mr. Randall Smith-sponsor, Seline Brown, Susan Peters, Felicia Canatrell, Juana Minor. Third
row— Doug Mathis, Allen Banks, Shawn Allison, Jimmy Cooper, Brad Rector.
Left— Michelle Winfrey looks like one of the "sweets" while she
works in DE at the candy department of Sears Lafayette Square
Below— Dapper Darrell Wells shows a customer the latest in men's
fashions while on his DE job at the National Shirt Shop.
COE: Front row— Sharon Lauray-parliamentarian, Faughn Paicely— treasurer, Karen Mur-
phy— v. pres., Kandi Wilson— secretary, Leslie Anderson— historian. Second row— Judy Gar-
rett, Cindy Coleman, Ms. Brenda Branham— sponsor, Callie Gordon. Third row-Sylvia Rice,
Lenita Monroe, Juana Minor, Brenda Jackson, Cassandra Grant.
Biz Ed. Clubs
COE, (Cooperative Office Education), is
a vocational program for students who
are interested in clerical and secretarial
work. The students receive two credits in
this program: one credit for the class and
one credit for having a job which re-
quires clerical or secretarial skills. The
students are paid for their work like any
other employee. The job gives the stu-
dent both working and learning experi-
ence in this field.
Co-curricular with COE is the OEA club,
sponsored by Ms. Brenda Branham. The
title stand for office Education Associa-
tion and is open to any student inter-
ested in clerical and secretarial fields.
Competition with other OEA clubs in the
city makes this organization more ex-
citing and motivating. One such contest
was held October first, at which time
each club was to enter a ladge to repre-
sent their school's OEA club. Shortridge
won first prize, which was a scrapbook.
There are district, regional and national
contests of the OEA clubs. This year, the
national contest was held in Chicago.
Perhaps one of the biggest events of the
year was the Employer— Employee Ban-
quet, which was held in the spring. As
the name implies, the students invite
their bosses to the banquet in apprecia-
tion for their cooperation in this
Above-Ms. Brenda Branham coaches students of COE on what they will need to know on the
Right— junior Chris Hamilton, employed
through CSP at the Ambassador Animal Clinic,
helps Dr. Earl Corbett with Nicky, who is not
Above— Speaking at the Flight Careers Work-
shop, which 15 SHS students attended through
CSP, is Maurice Daniels.
Right-Linda Kuhn, biochemist at Eli Lilly, and
Lucia Spears, Shortridge student at Lilly through
Career Sampling are shown separating pieces of
DNA into different molecular weights using the
Above— An informal talk about jobs at Indiana Bell is
led by Ms. Pat Morrison, employment counselor.
Career Sampling reached a new peak
of popularity this year, with an aver-
age of thirty students a week ex-
periencing different jobs. More fresh-
men were involved in the program
than ever before.
Of all the programs offered to stu-
dents, the most popular were those
dealing with health careers and nurs-
ing, with courts and journalism, with
law and government following.
Some students have been hired where
they sampled jobs, at places like 1MB,
the Children's Musemu, B&T Shell,
and Winona Hospital.
As usual, Career Sampling sponsored
the "Senior Thing" in October and the
"Junior Thing" in March.
New programs were tried, such as an
open house, a rap session at LaRue
Carter, an open house at Methodist
Hospital, 24 students working at the
polls in November for the National
Election Service, and going part-time
to Tech High School for special
Left-While being visited by Allen Davenport,
Andrea Fleenor, and Sherrae Moore finish their
CSP staff; Front Row— Cindy Swanson, Ed Ramsey, Sandi Schwarzin. Second row—
Sherrae Moore, Andrea Fleenor, Wyena Murry, Ms. Roselyn Richardson— director.
Third row— William Bland, Terry Lisenby, Pat Sanders, Tim Rush, Joe Moore.
Above— Indiana Bell employment counselor Sandy
Smith is consulted by Lucia Spears at the down-
Above— The Madrigals display excellent musical talent during the Christmas
Below-"l'm on that!" yell Quiz Right-"Couldn't wait to find a girl,"
Team members Richard Heard and explain skaters Aronld Lewis and
Clax Richardson. Duke Matthews.
"My first poems were published in the Spring Sampler. My first journalism was in the Shortridge
Daily Echo. I produced my first plays there, acted and sang there, learned Greek there and first
got interested in politics there. The first scenes I wrote were for a Shortridge Junior Vaudeville
Act that got cut at cuts. Everything I've done, it seems, started ther» "
Honor Moore— poet, playwright
Swimming Club Flourishes Under Coach Hunt
This was Ms. Sandy Hunt's first year as
sponsor for the Intramural Swimming
Club. Its 38 members met at Riverside
Community Center, Tuesday afternoons
from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Both males and
females attended. The main purpose of
the club was swimming for fun, but
some members were taught different
According to Ms. Hunt, "The club did
real well, and the kids had a great time.
But not enough people knew SHS had a
Swimming Club: Front row— Karen Crossland, Harriet Cheffins, Loraine Powell, Becky LeForge, Tanya
Polin, Brenda Reynolds, Ms. Sandy Hunt— sponsor. Second row— Gabriel Jones, Robin Roddy, Lillian
Ervin, India Bell, Loretta Collins, Kim Buntin, Rhonda Sanders.
Above-Manuel Ross, Oscar Roddy, and Kenneth
Spearman rest and enjoy the cool water at the Riv-
Above— Testing her endurance in treading
water, Becky Strickland is being watched by
Robin Roddy and a friend.
The Shortridge Student Council got off
to a slow start this year. Ms. Mary Ester-
line, the new sponsor for the group,
helped president Joye Carter with orga-
nizational problems and election of new
members. Homecoming activities were
sponsored by the council again. Organ-
izing the dance, queen contests, float
contests, etc. were delegates to special
committees who put together their ef-
forts for a unified homecoming
The Student Council met bi-weekly to
accomplish a more comfortable rela-
tionship between students, their activi-
ties, and the administration.
Left— Ridgers rock and soul at the student council-
sponsored Homecoming dance.
Student Council Officers: Tyler ]ones— publicity
chairman, Joye Carter— president, Lucia Spears-
treasurer, Sandi Schwarzin— corresponding secre-
tary, Gail Smith— recording secretary, Keith La-
Student Council: Front row— Fostena Bacon, Ed Ramsey, Gogi Napier, Lynn Davis, Lewis Ryker, Liz
French, Karen Crossland. Second row— Selina France, Holli Jones, Verdonna Malone, Dana Yowell, Pa-
tricia Parker, Evelyn Barnett, Doris Trice, Ms. Mary Esterline— sponsor. Third row— Tyler Jones, Velinda
Ferguson, James Allen, Judy Marrs, Thomas Parker, DeeDee Newbolt, Scott Solterman, Portia Spencer.
Fourth row-Peggy Smith, Kenneth Barrett, Moses Haralson, Nick Owens, James Benn, Thomas
Quiz Team Rousts Tech 62-22
Exercise in Knowledge is definitely a
growing "sport" at SHS. This year, Short-
ridge again has produced a dynamite
squad. Team members Dave White, Da-
vid Thuma, Rick Jones, and Clayton
Richardson showed one of their superior
efforts in a match against Tech on Jan. 9,
beating them by a score of 62-22. This
margin was one of the largest ever re-
corded by a Shortridge team.
In only a few months of preparation,
Mrs. Constance Kirby, Quiz Team spon-
sor, put together a great 1975 Exercise in
Below-Quiz team members for Shortridge and
Tech breeze through the warm-up questions.
Questions are provided by all the participating high
Quiz Team: Front row— Richard Heard, Clayton
Richardson, Solomon Kennedy, Mrs. Connie
Kirby-sponsor. Second row— Dave White, Da-
vid Thuma, Rick Jones.
Above— Sophomore Clax Richardson concentrates
during a tense moment in the Shortridge— Tech
Above— David Harper and Eric Strickland visually instruct a couple of other play-
ers in strong chess.
Chess Team: Front row— Eric Strickland, David Harper, Clax Richardson, Rick Jones, Richard Heard.
Second row— Charles Wimbleduff, Hans Harper, Vaughn Terry, Mike Frasure, Bobby Lee, )ohn Hinant,
Mr. William Morga— sponsor.
Chess Team Captures
For Third Year
The Shortridge Chess Team, in a disap-
pointing season, put together a squad of:
Richard Heard— first board, Rick Jones-
second, Clax Richardson— third, David
Harper— fourth, and Eric Strickland on
The team got off to an early start in Sep-
tember by capturing the Mid-America
High School Tournament for the third
In match play, the chess team suffered
tough losses to Broad Ripple and Arling-
ton, but defeated Southport, Brebeuf,
Greenfield, Central, Marshall, and Tech.
Above— Anticipating a mate, Eric Strickland observes the
chess while Clax Richardson moves his jeopardized king.
Above— Pondering the intimidating "sac" of Rich-
ard Heard, Rick Jones blatantly ignores opting for
the strongest variation.
Shortridgers enjoyed a two-week visit
from Claudine Paluzzi, painter and scup-
tor, who visited us on the Artist-in-Resi-
dence Program. Ms. Paluzzi visited
classes, and demonstrated her art to the
students, using such materials as plaster
The Artist-in-Residence Program at
Shortridge is sponsored by the P.T.A.
and the Indiana Arts Commission. Pay
for the artists was taken out of grant
from the Commission and the Indiana
Foundation for Artists-in-Residence. The
program brought artists from such fields
as journalism, music, art, drama, and
Right and Below— Claudine Paluzzi is shown work
ing on one of her innovative paintings. Her two
week stay at Shortridge in December was spon
sored in part by the P.T.A.
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Journalists in Residence Revitalize Shortridge
Above— Jim Ballard explains the workings of
the "Grapevine Journal" to a group of inter-
Left— Using his hands to gesture, Monte
Trammer introduces the next journalist on
As an off shoot of the Artists in Resi-
dence program, a Journalists in Resi-
dence program was presented to stu-
dents in February and March.
The program was devised by Rachael
Beck, Chairperson of the PTA Arts Com-
mittee and Mr. Ben Johnson, Principal,
then further developed and revamped
by a committee made up of Shortridge
faculty and community people.
A grant from the Indiana Art Commis-
sion provided the financial help needed,
and the assistance of Joyce Levin, Fritz
Lieber, and Monte Trammer helped
shape it into a very successful program.
People from all facets of journalism
came to Shortridge and talked to stu-
dents in the west end of the cafeteria
and in room 123 about their work. Some
were: R.K. Shull, for the "News", Claudia
Polley of WNTS, Ronnie Bell for Channel
8, and many other journalists and inde-
Above— Situated in the cafeteria, the Joumalist-in-Resi-
dence program included all types of people in the
media. Among these was John Bigelow, a cartoonist
for the "Star".
Richard Beltran is a Youth for Under-
standing exchange student from Chile, in
Lantin America. Ricardo lived with the
R.W. Moss family, who have a son and a
daughter attending Shortridge. Ricardo
had a special interests in the area of
science. After graduating from Short-
ridge in the spring, he planned to attend
a university in Chile and study engineer-
ing. Ricardo also likes sports, especially
swimming, football and fishing.
Right— Ricardo Beltran, exchange student from
Chile, looks up from his drawing in basic art to
beam happily at the photographer.
German Dinner Prepared
Above— With Russian Club members looking on, Lydia
Ashanin shows her dancing talent.
Russian Club: Front row-Ms. Deborah Waycott, sponsor, Kris Clickert, Lydia Ashanin, Becky Cordon,
Sarah Helmer. Second row-Robert Weber, Mike Stovall, Kevin Fuqua, Albert Musgrove, Betsey
The Russian Club of 1975 attended a
ballet. Sponsor Ms. Deborah Way-
cott, and president Becky Gordon, ar-
ranged for the club to visit Clowes
Memorial Hall at Butler University
and orient themselves with a Russian
ballet. Kevin Fuqua, Kris Glickert, and
Lydia Ashanin were some of the
members who were on hand for this
Ms. Kathryn Lerch and Mr. Allen Suth-
erland sponsored the German club
this year, featuring a membership of
18. Officers this year were Kelley Os-
good and Cindy Swanson. One of the
highlights of this year was a German
dinner. Ms. Lerch cooked part of the
meal, while some students contrib-
uted their own creations. After the de-
licious dinner, the students listened to
German music. Plans were made for
the club's presentation at the State
German Club: First row-Wendy Beidelman, David Hauck, Danny Irby, Becky Strickland.
Second row-Lydia Ashania, Kelley Osgood, Julia Ware, Bradley Garing, Ginger Blumen-
thal, Mr. Allen Sutherland-Sponsor, Kathy Black, Krysti Wagener, April Turner, Delen
Williams, Third row-David Beuke, Andy Cobb, David Lee, Dywayne Gaines, James
Above— Preparing to sample a new German delicacy, Cindy
Swanson hesitates when she finds out it contains broccoli and
French Club: Front row— Beth Bottos— Treasurer, Carolyn Watkins— Co-president, Portia
Specner— Co-president, Krysti Wagener— Sec. Second row— Mr. Allen Sutherland— Sponsor,
Susy Dove, Martha Ringel, Marguerite Hazelwood, Sandi Schwarzin, Lydia Ashanin, Lewis
Ryker, Gordon Dove. Third row— Clax Richardson, Nancy Hernly, Selina France, Elizabeth
Earnhart, Anne Fine, Laura Martin, Leah Hickerson, )ean LaFollette, James Benn.
IU Honors Candidates: First row— Cathy Herod, Anne Fine, Suzy Dove, Leah Hickeron, Sandi
Scharzin. Second row— Bradley Garing, Michael Crawford, Betsey Hatchel, Elizabeth Snortin,
Left— An informal attitude is adopted by co-presi-
dent Carolyn Watkins as she opens a French Club
Above— French Club members are entertained by
games and music after a hearty pitch-in dinner.
Language Clubs Learn Through Fun and Frolic
Latin Club: Ms. Lois Repass— Sponsor, Lisa Stegall— Vice President, Solomon Kennedy— Presi-
dent, Alycia Adams— Treas., Thomas Williams, Joye Carter, William Tuggle.
Students flocked to Language Clubs
this year, and attendance was high.
Pennants were sold by the Latin Club,
and 79 dollars was raised, , according
to club president, Solomon Kennedy.
Annie Fine, French Club member, ar-
ranged a French— only tour of the In-
dianapolis Art Museum. Also, a pitch-
in dinner was held at the home of
Elizabeth Earnhart. Among the deli-
cacies served were quiche lorraine
and vicchysoise. A suggestion was
made by Mr. Sutherland, sponsor of
French Club, to begin a foreign lan-
guage bicentennial project for the
next school year.
Many advanced language students
participated in the I.U. Honors pro-
gram, which enables high school ju-
niors to spend two months of the
summer before their senior year in a
foreign country. Practice included
early morning sessions, drills, and
tests. In December it was learned that
Ginger Blumenthal, Suzy Dove, Annie
Fine, Nancy Hernly, and Leah Hicker-
son, had all sucessfully passed the first
test in French. Ginger Blumenthal also
passed the test for German.
Spanish Club: First row-Sharon Blankenbaker, Becky Lingeman, Kevin Anderson, Alice
Terry, Susan Shaw, Karen Crossland. Second row— Peggy Smith— pres., Susan Grodon, Ruth
Hunt, Karen Anderson, Michael Crawford, Elizabeth Snorton, Delores Roddy, Mr. John
Above— It's tuba time when this group join the rest
of the brass during a practice session of the Mighty
Marching Shortridge Band.
A and B Band: Front row— Becky Cordon, Susan Cordon, Laurie Garrett, Cabrielle Jones, Laurie Gardner, Cathy Herod,
Verlinda Ferguson, Glen Herod, Verdonna Malone, Greg Myers, Jim DeFrantz. Second Row— Elvira Nolcox, Delores,
Roddy, Robin Roddy, Alyce Ward, Natasha Jones, Blenda Nolcox, Jean Stocks, Elizabeth Earnhart, Laura Martin, Kathy
Jones, Eddie Ross, Larry Bentley, Henry Whitted, Linda Williams, James Grant, Linda Rent. Third row— Judy Marrs, Lisa
Miller, Daniel Stewart, Ulysses Terry, Rick Jones, John Smith, Andy Ross, Gordon Dove, Jay Dawson, Julius Trammer,
Alfred Person, Wendi Beidleman, Stanley Mitchell, Becky Strickland, Pharez Whitted, Carlos Banks, Wilbert Buckner,
Jerry Siegel, George Mosley, John White. Fourth row— Tyler Jones, Robert Thompson, Fred Stokes, Arnold Lewis, Jackie
Rourke, Rick Parker, Larren New, Michelle Jones, Benton Polin, Franfc Hines, Rita Rent, Judy Garrett, Gene Allen, Byron
Lipkins, Mr. Leonard Behling-director.
Right— Mr. John Medjeski directs the newest musical in-
novation at the 'Ridge— the strumming guitar class, as they
pluck the melody of a popular tune.
In New Group
Along with regular programs at the
school, the band performed their own
concerts, took part in parades, and per-
formed for other schools.
The marching band is made up of the
"A" band members and the pom-pom
girls. It is directed by Mr. Leonard Ben-
ling. Through his direction, the band has
won various first place awards. The band
performed at the Rushville Parade in
Rushville, Ind., and at our own "500"
Festival Parade. Concerts included the
Sweaterman's Concert in March and
ones at schools #86 and #76.
New to Shortridge this year were guitar
classes taught by Mr. Medjeski, who was
assisted by Mr. Rodgers. Students
learned the fundamentals of guitar and
Left-The Shortridge Orchestra performs
"The Christmas Song" under the direction
erf Mr. John Majeski.
Below-Girls' Glee Club members Patricia
Musgrove and Glenda White take a break
during the group's daily rehearsal.
Orchestra: Front row-Theresa Jones, Joan LaFollet, Carolyn Watkins, Kalista Swift, Alice Terry,
Anthony Patterson. Second row— Mark Raver, Wanda Gillespie, Lisa Stegall, Charlotte Burton,
Michelle Jones, Lenette Williams, Velinda Ferguson. Third row— David Finnell, Suzy Dove, Mr.
John Medjeski-conductor, Tony Gilbert, Marlin Casey, LeNore Williams, Robert McNeal.
Above— Tuning up before playing the first tune of the day are Ricky Armstrong and his
instructer, Mr. John Majeski.
Orchestra, Choirs Appear at School Concerts
A Cappella: Front row-Lucia Spears, Selina France, Vanjean Edwards, Martha Ringle, Sandi Schwarzin,
Eddie Ross, Grant Goodrich, Gail Smith, Betsy Hatchel, Nancy Rodeheffer, Gogi Napier, Anita Slatter.
Second row— Velinda Ferguson, Elizabeth Snorton, Carnice Bell, Ruth Hunt, Sharon Blankenbaker, J.
Gordon Dove, Tyler Jones, Jerry Siegal, Jeffery Jones, Felicia Cantrell, Karen Milgate, Raquel Garvin,
Joye Carter, Deborah Daniel. Third row-Cecilia Boler, Janet Carter, Georgette Fraction, Patricia Lee,
Scott Solterman, Buddy Ross, Peter Moss, Jeanine Herold, Michelle Winfrey, Sue Clardy, Gloria Myers,
Denise Wethington. Fourth row-Michael Morris, Richard Heard, Robert Thompson, Henry Whitted,
George Mosley, James Benn, Ernest Jarrett.
The A Orchestra, under the leadership of
Mr. John Medjeski, played at the Christ-
mas Concert this year with members of
the A Band joining them. They played
Christmas carols and part of Handel's
Messiah. Later in the year, they played in
the Sweaterman's Concert. The Orches-
tra plays many different pieces, classical
and modern alike.
The Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs worked
hard this year learning the basics of sing-
ing and music. They are non-performing
groups, although toward the end of the
year they each participated in Glee Club
festivals. After this first year of musical
training, many members will join the A
A Capeila Choir is traditionaly known for
singing music without accompaniment
and for its Choral Classic held every
Spring. Students are selected by audition
for this choir. Performances this year
consisted of auditoriums for the Mayor
and reknown musicians and out-of-state
Music Makers Warble Around 'Ridge
Madrigal Singers are selected from the A
Capella choir to sing difficult pieces.
Both Madrigals and A Capella are under
the direction of Mr. Philip Rogers.
Musically inclined students were offered
Music Theory again this year. The class,
taught by Mr. Leonard Behling, trained
students to read, write, sing, play, and in-
terpret music. Students also took music
dictation and ear training.
During the first semester, the class wrote
small musical pieces for mixed choir and
piano, and second semester they ven-
tured into writing pieces for instruments.
Since the students all had previous musi-
cal experience, some performed their
Right— Music theory students Becky Gordon and
Jeanine Herold compose music for teacher Mr.
Madrigals- Ernest )arrett, Debbie Daniel, leanine Herold, James Benn, Gail Smith, George Mosley,
Sandi Schwarzin, Robert Thompson, Martha Ringel, Michael Morris, Cecilia Boler, Sue Clardy, Jeffery
Half of the success of a staged pro-
duction depends on the scenery,
lights, and sound and at Shortridge,
that half is supplied by our stage
Stage crew members constructed sets
for the Senior Play, Junior Vaudeville,
and any other activity presented to
'Ridgers on the stage.
To broaden the experience of stage
crew members, a stagecraft class was
offered, and taught by Mr. Teddy
Celb, who was also sponsor of stage
Left— In class, )oe Moore learns that stage craft
is more than just painting scenery.
Stage Crew: Second row— Teddy Celb, sponsor, David Morris, Joe Moore, Herold Conway, Willie Ealy,
Benton Pollin, Rusty Rice, Keith Lasher. Front row— Becky Strickland, Ronald Tooley, Richard Greg, Kerry
Williams, Kim Dorsey, Karen Cambell.
Left-A quiet tea that was full of questions by Tyler Jones, leaves Gail
Smith with this shocked expression.
Above— one of the murder victims of the play, Jeanine Murrell, makes a Above— Being severely questioned by Tyler Jones, Martha Ringel declares
mysterious phone call. her innocence.
Celia Granger, a genteel woman living in
a splendid mansion on the Hudson
River, suddenly finds her well-ordered
life shattered by the murder of her maid,
Immediately, she, her son, and all the
other members of her household are
suspect. A rugged, probing detective,
who has admired our heroine for quite a
while, is called into investigate. Another
murder follows: this time, the chauffeur,
Moreno who thought he knew the killer.
Suddenly, Celia finds herself alone in her
house but she doesn't know who the
There lies the plot of the Senior Play, ti-
tled "Design for Murder", which was
presented November fourteenth and fif-
teenth. Unlike times in the past, when
seniors class spirit waned, the cast was
made up entirely of seniors, including
the student director, Slim Bailey. Under
his guidance, and also that of Mr. Phillip
Hirsch, the faculty director, the play was
very successful. Leads were well played
by Gail Smith as Celia, Tyler Jones as
Carlin, the detective, James Johnson as
David Granger, and Ernist Jarret as
Moreno. Other members of the cast
added spice to the production, often
even providing comic relief. Many sea-
soned thespians contributed their talents
to the play.
Right-Gail Smith is pensive over the death of ser-
vant, Jeanine Murrell.
One of the many prestigious organiza-
tions of Shortridge today is the Inter-
national Thespians Society. This society
is an organization that was originated in
the mid-forties and has continued to
grow steadily. A thespian is one who has
earned the credit equivalent to 100 hours
of stage performance. This credit is used
as reference for acting or backstage pro-
gramming in future years.
Shortridge was one of the earlier troupes
to develop their part in the organization.
Out of three thousand some odd
troupes in Thespians, Shortridge was the
595th to develop.
During the 74-75 school year, foot-
lighters have shown their dramatic ability
through numerous activities. Among
those are the Senior Play "Design for
Murder," the Christmas touring play
"The Christmas Gifts," the traditional
"Junior Vaudeville," and the all-school
play in May.
Right— Tyler Jones questions Gail Smith after the
murder of a maid in the Senior Play, "Design for
Footlighters: Front row-James Johnson, James Benn, Velinda Ferguson,
Wendy Beidleman, J. Cordon, Dove, Lewis Ryker. Second row— Joye
Carter, Selina France, Ernest Jarrett, Carl Rice, Martha Ringel, Sandi
Schwarzin, Karen Crossland, George Mosley. Third row— Keith Lasher,
Cecilia Boler, Thomas Williams, Marilyn Thomas, Jeanine Murrell, Gail
Smith, Debbie Rooks, Becky Strickland, Harold Conway. Third row—
Debra Daniel, Gloria Meyers, Lydia Ashanin, Georgette Fraction, Lucia
Spears, Slim Bailey.
Thespians: Front row-Gail Smith, Debbie Rooks, Georgette Fraction, Lucia
Spears, George Mosley. Second row— Martha Ringel, Carl Rice, Gloria Meyers,
Thomas Williams, Debbie Daniel, Slim Bailey, Selina France, Joye Carter. Third
row— Jeanine Murrell, Ernest Jarrett, Becky Strickland, James Benn, Cecilia Boler,
Xmas Spirit Lights Upon Feeder Schools
This year's Christmas touring play was
"The Christmas Gifts" by Dorothy Su-
merau. The story was about a newly-
wed couple who send meaningless gifts
to friends for Christmas. The holiday was
just a hopeless effort until by the magic
of the Christmas Spirit, the gifts were
given meaning and the true definition of
giving is revived.
Every year the touring troup brings en-
joyment to various feeder schools in the
SHS district. This play gives newcomers
an opportunity to develop acting and
Left-The true meaning of Christmas is relayed to
the forgotten presents by Terri Williams as the
Christmas Spirit in "Christmas Gifts."
Above— As the clown doll, Scott Soltermann wishes
he could make someone happy in the touring
76 JW Explores Film World
The class of 76 added a new and differ-
ent touch to Vaudeville. The scrips used
this year were purchased From Carol
Burnett show. The five acts were Lovely
Story, Alice Portnoy and the Bank Rob-
bers, The Old Folks, As the Stomach
Turns, and Flight 13 to Nowhere. Stu-
dents also wrote and performed their
own intermission acts.
Vaudeville Chairperson Gloria Meyers
lead the months of effort and hard work
that went into Vaudeville 76. Ms. Susan
McNeil, class sponsor and Mr. Phillip
Hersch, Mr. Ted Gelb, and Mr. Leonard
Behling provided the faculty leadership.
Below— An interesting secret is shared between
James Benn and Portia Spencer in Act 4, As the
Above— Tyler Jones scolds his father, George Mosley, in Old
Above- Scott Soltermann and David Huxhold are the misguided pilots in Flight 13 to Nowhere.
Above-The danceline of Lovely Story Act 1 assumes their posi-
tion on stage.
Jr. Vaudeville chairperson Gloria Myers worked hard to make
this year's show a success.
New leadership by Ms. Corrie Wilson
sparked the Art Club this year. The club
went to the Indianapolis Art Museum,
watched Artists-in-Residence, and spon-
sored our annual Art Festival May 10th.
Ms. Wilson replaced Mr. Sheldon Kantor ^
not only as Art Club sponsor but as head
of the Art Department as well. During
Easter vacation Ms. Wilson was one of
the "chaperones" for a trip to Nassau.
Above— Ms. Corrie Wilson, new Art Club Sponsor, was very busy
this year. Besides sponsoring the club, she was the new Art De-
partment head, taught classes, and planned a trip to Nassau for
Above-Art Club member, Liz
French, also in Ms. Wilson's Art
Appreciation class, researches
such artists as, Titian, and Van
Art Club: Front row— Ms. Corrie Willson, sponsor, William Bland, Paul Davis, James Benn, Thomas Parker, Dolores
Roddy. Second row— Otha Taylor, Annie Fine, Karen Grassland, Lynn Davis, Liz French, Julia Ware, Thea Brown, Be-
linda Nolcox. Third row— Rosalind Clayton, Milton Keyes, Leah Hickerson, Nancy Hernly, Laura Spinks, Patricia Parker,
Taught in Club
One of the 'Ridge's favorite clubs is the
Roller Skating Club. Students met at
"Rollerland" at 926 N. Pennsylvania, ev-
ery Thursday from 3:15 to 5:45. The
charge was 50<t for admission and skate
Skating Club sponsor, Mr. Allen Suther-
land, was dismayed at the drop from 100
members last year down to 35.
The students skated free-style to records
they brought. Members were taught all
forms of skating by Mr. Sutherland.
Mr. Sutherland stated that roller skating
is "a good way to get rid of excess
Above— With determination in his eyes, Cliff Dolli-
son skates around the rink with style.
Right— An expression of embarrassment seems to
have overcome Ann Bell's face as she skates be-
tween Robert Russell and Greg Crowe.
Below— Skating with a partner can be fun as you
can tell by the smile on Duke Matthews' face as he
skates with Sherri Honiston.
Many Shortridge athletes joined the Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes here this
year. The object of the group was to re-
late religion with sports. According to
sponsor Mr. Ervin Wright, a student does
not have to be a Christian to join. He
said "You just must believe in some-
thing; if you believe in yourself, then
that's religion." There are no restrictions
to become a member, and female ath-
letes would be accepted, although none
joined it this past year.
Members helped at Tabernacle Presby-
terian Church with their Fish Fry, painted
Shortridge locker rooms and cleaned
them up. Members Duddy Reeves,
Buddy Ross, and Eddy Ross attended
summer camp in 74.
Y-teens is a girls service organization in
affiliation with the YWCA. Ms. Eugenia
Buckner was sponsor for the group the
first semester. The Shortridge Y-teens
service projects this year included
checking coats at the homecoming
Right-Athlete Eddie Ross attended summer camp
in 74 through F.C.A.
Y-Teens: Front row:— Thea Brown (Treas.), Theresa Hazel-
wood (V.P.), Dolores Roddy (Pres.), Mia-Lon Walton (Sec),
Second row:— Laurie Garrett, Margaret Dumetz, Margeurite
Hazelwood, Lynn Davis, Vicki Ervin, Judy Garrett. Third
row:— Verdonna Malone, Patricia Alexander, Debbie Cougan,
Darlene Edwards, June Smith, Darla Smith, Kathy Bembry.
FCA: Front row-Andy Ross, Jerry Seigel, Wendall Hall, Sylvester Rowe. Second row:-Mr.
John Haynes, Wayne Hamilton, John White, Byron Lipkins, Dave Huxhold, Marcellus Green,
Mr. Ervin Wright. Third row:-Duddy Reeves, Jerry Greenwade, John Peacock, Otha Taylor,
John Smith, Craig Ratcliff, Tim Rush, Freddy Ross.
Lettermen and Key Clubbers Serve Community
Lettermen: Front row— Kerry Williams, Ed Ramsey, Eddie Ross, Michelle Jones, Craig Ratcliffe, Otha
Taylor, Selina France, John Peacock, Denis Avery, Leroy Driver, Jerry Siegel, Gerald Greenwade, Andy
Ross, Ron Tooley. Second row-Karen Crossland, Judy Garrett, Moses Haralson, Dan Read, Sylvester
Rowe, John Fewell, Crawford Jones, Milton Keys, Wendell Hall, Marcellus Greene, David Huxhold,
Mr. Trabue— sponsor. Third row— Jeanine Murrell, Vivian Joyner, Tom Crossland, John White, Jay Alley,
Mark Coles, Kevin Miller, Tim Rush, Wayne Hamilton, Duddy Reeves, Larry Lael, David Coudon.
The Lettermen's Club added women to
their ranks this year. The women had to
have earned a varsity letter, as the men
do, and this year women begin attending
the meetings held every other Friday.
The Lettermen began working toward
the goal of buying a weight machine by
selling totebags. Additional activities this
year also worked toward this goal.
Once again, our Shortridge Key Club
was active in community and school. Af-
ter our home football game against Bre-
beuf, they cleaned up the football field.
Community-wise, they distributed post-
ers for the Ruth Lyons Christmas Seals
Program, worked in a mental hospital
"Toy Shop," packaged envelopes for the
Mother's March Against Polio, and set
up a rest station for bikers participating
in the Diabetes Bike-a-thon. The In-
dianapolis Kiwanis Club sponsored their
activities. The club sold posters to raise
money for their dues.
Initiation ceremonies were held at the
beginning of the second semester, and
in the spring. President of the club this
year was David Huxhold, and the other
officers were also seniors— Bruce Boh-
lander— V. Pres., Keith Lasher— Treasurer,
and Dan Read— Secretary.
Activities with other schools' Key Clubs
were planned. Mr. Jerry Steiner was fac-
ulty sponsor, and there were eight fe-
male student sponsors.
Left— Joye Carter and Sandi Schwarzin help student
sponsors stuff envelopes for a Key Club/March of
In the fall twelve new members were ini-
tiated into Quill and Scroll, the inter-
national journalism honor society. To
become a member of Quill and Scroll
one must have a B average and be on a
publications staff, either "Annual" or
The initiation of the new Quill and Scroll
members was held in the library. Mr.
Lloyd Anderson, guest speaker from
"The Indianapolis Star-News" spoke
about what it takes to be a potential
The two sponsors of Quill and Scroll are
Mr. Houston and Mr. Cohen. Both of
them are directors of a publication; Mr.
Houston for the "Annual" and Mr. Co-
hen for the "Echo."
Quill and Scroll; Front row— Karen Crossland, Dana Yowell, Theresa Hazlewood, Mia-Lon Wal-
ton, Thea Brown, Lewis Ryker, Nancy Hernly. Back row— David Huxhold, Kelley Osgood, Dave
White, David Thuma.
Above— Quill and Scroll initiates assemble in the ceremony
which will make them members of an international honorary.
Fall 1974 Initiates- Front row- Beth Bottos, Dana Yo-
well, Theresa Hazelwood, Lewis Ryker, Thea Brown,
Mia-Lon Walton, Karen Crossland. Back row— Leah
Hickerson, Kelley Osgood, Nancy Hernly, Charles
Wimbleduff, David Huxhold.
Left— After the initiation ceremonies, Quill and Scrol-
lers enjoy some delicious goodies served by Annual
staff member Suzy Dove.
Above— Members of the Great Books Club discuss a great book with Mr. Co-
The Great Books Club, under the spon-
sorship of Mr. Richard Cohen, met twice
a month to discuss important works of
literature. The meetings were held after
school in the library. Membership was
open to any student who liked to read
and discuss books.
The members of the Great Books Club
chose what books they wanted to read.
Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prej-
udice, Death of a Salesman, and After
the Fall have been among the books
read by the club this year.
Great Books Club: Front row— Liza French, Karen Crossland, Karen Milgate, Nancy Hernly, )oan LaFol-
lette, Gordon Dove. Second row— Kent Hays, Bradley Garing, Lewis Ryker, Lydia Ashanin, Krysti
Speaker of the afternoon, Mr. Lloyd Anderson of the "Star-
News" advises young journalists what skills to develop if they
want to excell in journalism.
Above— Dave White, editor-in-chief of the Echo
calls to arrange an interview.
Shortridge journalists strove to create a
perfect newspaper with the Echo this
year. Mr. Richard Cohen held his usual
position of Director of Publications, and
the new Editor-in-Chief was Dave
The Echo participated in several college
journalism seminars such as Franklin and
Ball State and also attended Marion
County Journalism Day at Lawrence
On December 18th, the Echo-Annual
Christmas party was held at the home of
Mia-Lon Walton. Guests were treated to
"Echo Surprise" made by David Hux-
hold and Dave White, and a mock cere-
mony at which "Dave" awards were
given to several publication staff
Left— Ringing in the Season's Cheer are Echo staf-
fers David Huxhold— sports editor, Lenette Wil-
liams—page editor, and Charles Wimbleduff— busi-
Echo staff— Front row— Theresa Hazelwood, David Huxhold, Dave White— editor-in-chief, Judy
Marrs, Thea Brown, Mia-Lon Walton. Second row— Ricky Howard, Bradley Caring, Percy Bland,
Beth Bottos, Richard Heard, Helen Russell, Delrhonda Wimbleduff, Angie Bland, Lewis Ryker, Mr.
Richard Cohen— Director of Publications. Third row— Dana Yowell, Ginger Blumenthal, Dawn Wix-
kers, Angie Wickers, Abel Burnett, Carol Ray, Judy Buxton, LaDonna Puckett, Theresa Joyce, Tim
Hernly, Peter Moss, Dwight Goodson.
Left— Writing, rewriting and a
little friendly discussion go
into every page of the Echo, as
page editors Theresa Hazel-
wood, Thea Brown, and Mia-
Lon Walton show here.
First Co- Editors
"First" was the word for the 75 Annual
staff. The first co-editors, and the first ju-
niors to act as editors-in-chief were
Nancy Hernly and Leah Hickerson. Last
summer Leah and Nancy attended a two
week training session at Indiana Univer-
sity for yearbook editors.
"Pride in Shortridges' Past" was the
theme for this year's Annual. Pride in
Shortridge's yearbook was obvious
among 75 staffers and editors. They
worked long and hard after school and
vacations to meet their deadlines. Edi-
tors and staff members attended the
Marion County and the Franklin Central
Press Day seminars to increase their
Annual Staff: Front row— Lydia Ashanin, Betsey Hatchel, Margaret
Dumetz, Angie Bland. Second row— Denise Wethington, Clyde Bol-
den, Lewis Ryker, Wendi Beidelman. On top— David Huxhold.
Thomas Williams- Senior Editor
James Benn— Cover Artist
Mr. Robert Houston— Advisor
Leah Hickerson— Co-Editor-in-Chief
Sandi Schwarzin— Activities Editor
Tricia Duckworth— Index Editor
Suzy Dove— Underclass Editor
Kelley Osgood-Copy Editor
Above— Trying to avoid a Brebeuf lineman,
Mark Burris carries the ball for another first
down at the Homecoming game.
Right— A fast return on the volleyball
court makes Selina France of the girls
team another point.
"The opportunity to be involved in athletics and the coaches under which I played taught me
the importance of being competitive and have helped me to succeed in my work."
President, Lacy Advertising
Cindermen Set 3 School Records
The Blue Devil track team highlighted
their 74 season by breaking three
school records. Marcellus Greene in
the 440 yd. dash, Richard Rourke in
the discus events and Ed Murrell in
the mile run. Marcellus Greene, only a
sophomore last year, set a new time
for the 440 yard dash twice, breaking
his own record the day after he set it
with 49.4 seconds. Richard Rourke
landed his new school record sailing
the discus 133 feet, beating the old
record by more than ten feet. Ed Mur-
rell, the only record-breaking cinder-
man to graduate, clocked in at 10:07
in the mile run.
Head coach Jim Hausmann compiled an
overall 2-8 season but took two runners
to the state finals: Ed Murrell, who
placed fifth in the regionals, and Mike
Greene who placed fifth in the state.
Below— A track team member passes off the baton
to his teammate in a meet against Decatur.
Bottom— Eager bystanders watch as the gun sounds
and the runners are off.
Above— With a burst of speed, Anthony Thompson Below— Milton Keys has the perfect twist as he
races across the finish line, bringing Shortridge in goes over the pole of the high jump.
The Shortridge 1974 baseball team
ended another very tough season, under
their new Head coach Mr. John Haynes,
with a record of 3 wins and 12 losses.
One of the outstanding players of 1974
was John White who lead the team with
a batting average of .290 and was sec-
ond in RBI's with 4. Other outstanding
players were Derrick Burks, who had the
second highest batting average, Darryl
Reves who lead the team in RBI's with 6,
and James Bowers who had the only
homerun recorded for the whole year.
The most valuable player was Ray Baker
who graduated last year and who's ser-
vices will be truly missed.
Above right— Making, his way to first base, Kerry
Williams takes "ball four".
Right— Larry Lael fires one of Ins blazing fast balls.
The 1974 Varsity baseball team: Seated— Darrell Burks, Derrick Burks, Ray
Baker, Kerry Williams, Ronald Tooley, Larry Lael, John White, Eddie Sanders,
Greg Elder, Duddy Reeves
Above-Team captains Duddy Reves and Ray
Baker meet with the men in black before the Dev-
ils tangle with the Wood Woodchucks.
Left— Now its time to learn to bat! Coach Haynes
shows the professional techniques of this task.
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Mr. Don King in his first and only year as
golf coach took a largely inexperienced
group and built a formidable team for
the future. First-year golfers Dave White,
Chuck Holstein, John Fewell, and vet-
eran Dan Read all showed great im-
provement over the season and formed
a strong team nucleus. The team finished
9th of 11 teams in the city tourney, beat-
ing teams they had lost to earlier in the
season. The team members agree that
"The King" was a great coach and were
sorry to lose him to the vice-
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Front row— Richard Heard, Dave White. Back
row— John Fewell, James Gallagher, Chuck Hostein,
Above Right— Team members Dave Sabens and
Dan Read start out again to try and bring in a win
for "Coach of the Year" Don King.
Right— Spiro Bereveskos smacks another drive,
showing improvement over the season.
Dan Beck City Champ
Front row— David Grasston, Bill DeBow, Andy McLaughlin, Dave White. Back row— Dan Beck, Dan
Read, Steve McLaughlin, Mr. Steve Tolin— Coach, John Fewell, David Thuma.
This year's tennis team, coached by Mr.
Steve Tolin, finished the season with one
of the most impressive records in recent
years. The team, led by the three return-
ing lettermen Dan Read, David Thuma,
and Dan Beck, took third place in the
city tourney, and advanced to the semi-
finals in sectional play. The overall
record for the team was a formidable 10
wins and 4 defeats.
Heading the squad, in the #1 position,
was sophomore Dan Beck, who was the
City Singles Champ this year. In the sec-
ond spot was senior Dan Read, and third
was held down by junior David Thuma.
Fourth was junior Steve McLaughlin,
while sophomore Andy McLaughlin was
in the fifth spot. Another McLaughlin,
Joe, was in the first position on the re-
serve squad. Seniors Dave White and
John Fewell held down second and third
positions, respectively. The team was
rounded out by freshman Bill DeBow,
with an occasional appearance by Rich-
Left— As the ball nears his racket, Dan Read pre-
pares to savagely smash it to smithereens.
Below— "Deuce again?" exclaims Dan Beck as he
concentrates on breaking the tie in practice before
a match with Manual.
Right-Out of breath but still going strong, Mi-
chael Morris heads for the finish line.
1974 Cross country team: Front row-Eddie Ross, Kenneth Moore, Francis Nance, Jonathan Stegall, Larry Bently,
Second row— Henson Garland, Willie Ealy, Michael Morris, Coach James Hausmann
Above— First in a pack, the SHS and Attucks
teams bolt at the starting line.
No. 1 Runner
The Satan Cross Country team, coached
by Mr. Jim Hausmann, was lead by Mike
Morris as number one runner. His best
time was 14:28 for the two and one-half
mile course. The three other seniors fill-
ing the top four positions were Willie
Ealy 2nd, Lamont Gilbert 3rd, and Joe
Adams at 4th.
The team tied Arlington, their city rivals,
and Cathedral 28-28, and finished last in
four tournaments: The Washington In-
vitational, the Northwest Invitational,
and the City and Sectional meets. The
Cross Country team finished the 74 sea-
son with a 10-2 record.
Left-Willie Ealy trails his Attucks competitor, but
not for long.
Left-Out in front, Francis Nance lengthens his lead
in meet against Chatard.
The Blue Devil football team received a
new head coach this year. Coach Brown
managed to compile in his first year a
season record of 1-9 and had two play-
ers recognized at the city level and two
players receiving state honors.
Quarterback Duddy Reeves lead the of-
fense with 550 yards rushed and 1044
yards passed, completing 48 passes dur-
ing the year for a 29.9% completion aver-
age, and a total offense of 1594. John
White lead the receivers with 18 recep-
tions for 525 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Dennis Avery, noseman, with 68'/2 tack-
les lead the defense in average tackles.
Duddy Reeves and David Huxhold were
named to the U.P.I. (United Press Inter-
national) All-State team. Reeves at quar-
terback and Huxhold as guard.
Mike Greene and David Huxhold were
named to radio station WNDE all city-all
county team. Greene at defensive back
and Huxhold at guard. (Layout by Su-
Right-Slipping through the Attucks line is Buddy
Ross who carried the pigskin for 1 18 yards.
Above— "Doc" Robert Catus tapes Tim Smeehuy-
zen's ankle during a tough game.
Right— The Shortridge offensive line sets up for
action against Northwest.
Key blocks help a 'Ridge runner to score, in a block-buster with Brebeuf.
Varsity and Reserve Football: Front row— Coach )ohn Haynes, Stanley Sledge, Jeffrey Sublett, Crawford |ones, Dennis Avery,
Buddy Ross, Tim Rush, Duddy Reeves, Gerald Greenwade, )ohn White, Kevin Miller, David Coudon, John Smith, )erry Siegel.
Second row— Coaches Rod Trabue and Ervin Wright, lames Grant, Leon Beverly, Derek Anderson, Milton Keyes, Byron Lipkins,
)ohn Peacock, Wayne Hamilton, )ay Alley, Wendell Hall, David Huxhold, Tim Smeehuyzen, Tony Bibbs, Nathaniel Patton, Andy
Cobb, )ames Defrantz. Third row-Dwight Goodson, George Mosely, Mark Burris, Mark Cole, Wayne Rainey, Pete Davisson, Rick
Parker, Marcellus Greene, Frank Hines, Scott Soltermann, Pete Moss, Allen Banks, Kyle Mason, Coach Gary Brown.
Tim Rush connects foot to pigskin with a
powerful punt for forty yards.
Freshman Football: Front row— Cliff lackson, Robert Quarles, Mitchell Banks, Brett Hill, Anthony Williamson,
Russell Quarles, Kenneth )ones, Wayne Smith, Walter Gallespie, Curtis Bray, David Matthews. Second row-
Assistant Coach )ohn Haynes, John Jewell, Osmon Hoslem, Jim Gruver, Joe Beck, Darnell Cannon, Norman
Scott, Jerry Waters, Gene Brown, Mike Taylor, Garnett McClendon, Head Coach Rod Trabue, Third row-
Assistant Coach Ervin Wright, Darnell Poston, Robert Tandy, Jerome Dumetz, James Coleman, Richard Evans,
Thomas Flowers, Mike Sanders, lewin Oliver, Leroy Kilgore, Kendal France, Charles Westmoreland.
Above— Lumberjack Richard Rourke "ties-up" with his opponent in order to gain a superior position.
Varsity Wrestling: Front row- Robert Davis, Freddie Ross, Craig Ratcliff, Otha Taylor, )ohn Peacock.
Back row-Jerry Siegel-manager, Dennis Avery, Tony Bibbs, Buddy Ross, Allen Banks, Richard
Rourke, Ervin Wright— coach.
First Place at
Coach Ervin Wright's grapplers, "The Big
Blue Devil Demolition," or if you prefer,
the mean muscle machine, fought,
folded, thrashed, spindled, mangled, and
mutilated their opponents, with six wres-
tlers winning first place in two
The grapplers won the Tipton Tourney,
defeating last year's state champs, and
placing nine out of ten wrestlers. Five of
these took first place: Anthony Middle-
ton at 119 lbs., Otha Taylor at 126 lbs.,
Dennis Avery at 138 lbs., Buddy Ross at
155 lbs., and Allen Banks at 167 lbs., who
also received the tournament's most
valuable wrestler award.
The team finished the season placing
third in the State Sectional Wrestling
Meet. Freddie Ross, a junior at 105 lbs.,
won his lower weight division and Den-
nis Avery placed first in the 138 lbs. class.
Three other wrestlers, Buddy Ross, Otha
Taylor, and Allen Banks placed second,
qualifying them to go on to the State Re-
gional. Banks was also the only City
1975 Varsity Wrestling
City Tourney 4th .
Tipton Tourney 1st
Perry Merician 27
Broad Ripple 52
Reserve Wrestling: Front row— Julius Thompson, Fred Caddis, Clifford
Jackson. Back row— Mike Sanders, Charles Westmoreland, Darnell Can-
non, John Haynes— coach.
Satans Strive for Improvement
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Below— Two-on-one, Lament Gilbert and
Mike Greene close in on a Brebeuf Brave.
"This year was a building year. A year of
striving to play together mentally as well
as physically." said Coach Don Thomas
after finishing his third year coaching the
Shortridge Varsity Blue Devils. The Dev-
ils finished with a 6-10 record.
On the final roster, the Satans consisted
of three seniors, one junior, and one
sophomore. Throughout the season,
John Gissendanner, known as the "Ala-
bama Star", was 'Ridge's leading re-
bounder, and top scores, with an aver-
age of 17 points per game. John scored a
total of 326 points this season. "Goose"
Gilbert, a 6'2" guard, led the Devil as-
sists. This senior letterman averaged 11.5
points per game.
The SHS cagers had great potential, but
were held back by not enough concen-
tration toward the end of their game.
During the Sectionals the Devils lost to
their first opponent, North Central, by a
ten point lead.
Although defeated in the first game,
three Satans were chosen for the All-
Sectional team. First was Jay Alley, a 6'3"
forward, scoring an average of 11 points.
Second and third were "Goose" and
John Gissendanner, respectively.
The Reserve basketball team finished the
1974-5 season with seven strong victo-
ries tucked away. The Devil reserve was
headed by Mark Johnson, junior center
forwards, Danny Sulivan and Daniel Bar-
low, and sophomore guards, Delbert
Akers and Kevin Bullock.
Coach Charles Fitzgearld said "The team
lacked height, But was strong in over all
The freshman basketball team also fin-
ished a victorious season. The team
promises some prospects for the varsity
'Ridge fans were dazzled by the com-
bined skills of forwards Richard Evans
and Derek Ross, guard Andrew Edward,
and entire freshman Blue Devil team.
Brett Hill was kept busy managing the
team. Coach Rod Trabue said, "The
team was weak in shooting, strong in
Varsity Basketball: Don Thomas— Coach, William Crider, )oe Adams, )ay Alley, )oe Hart, Wayne Smith,
)ohn Gissendanner, LaMont Gilbert, Deniss Thumin, Abel Burnett, Marcellus Greene, Marvin Roney, Mi-
chael Taylor, Asst. Coaches, Charles Fitzgearld, and Rod Trabue.
Reserve Basketball: Front row-Arnie Williams, Gary Hamiter, Leonard Gilbert, Delbert Akers, Ed Ramsey,
Manager. Second row-Clinton Pold, Rodnay Wells, Danny Sullivan, Mark lohnson, Moses Haralson, Peter
Thompson, Daniel Barlow, Charles Fitzgearld— Coach.
Above— Washington's center finds the going rough under
the basket, as Jay Alley, Wayne Smith, and Joe Hart close
Left— John Gissendanner snags a rebound out of the help-
less hands of a Brebeuf Brave.
Above— lay Alley whips the ball inside over a slow-reac-
ting Washington Continental.
Left— During a time-out, Coach Don Thomas explains a
point of order to Marcellus Greene, while the other Devils
Above- No. 43, Mark Johnson battles for the ball at the tipoff against his
reserve Washington opponent.
Freshman Basketball Team: Front Row- David Barlow, Jim Cruver, Paul Mitchell, Andrew Edward,
Tim Boyd, Joe Beck, Steve Boyd. Second row- Earl Davis, Greg Rasdell, Phil Walton, Doug Wat-
son, Roderick Morgan, Derek Ross, Leroy Kilgore. Third row— Brett Hill, Richard Evans, Mike
House, Thomas Flowers, Charles Duncan, William Hocket, Coach Rod Trabue.
Right- Freshman, Joe Beck dazzles 'Ridge fans as he dribbles past center
Below— Preparing to pass to No. 40, Rodney
Wells deftly avoids a Brebeuf Brave.
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Above— Reserve player, Clint Polk stands ready to receive a pass.
Excell in Track
The girl's track team did not have a win-
ning season, but many of the team
members showed promise for the
Yulinda Blackmon was voted the team's
most valuable player. She was an ex-
ceptional high jumper and relay team
member. Karon Chambers was the
team's star distance runner. She excelled
in the 880 yd. run. Runners who did well
in the 440 yd. during the season were
Helen Russell, Kerry Bingham, and Thea
Brown. Tammye Bonner was the team's
best hurdler, and Donna Fleming and
Selina France did well in the 100 yd. dash
and shot put as did Jackie Ware. Delia
Lacey was as excellent 220 runner for the
Right— You have to give it everything you've got
when throwing the shot put, as Selina France does
Below Right-With such style and form, Darlene
Jewell throws herself over the high jump bar.
Girls' Track Team: Front row-Alice Terry, Tory Smith, Donna Flemings,
Helen Russell, Darlene lewell, Tammye Bonner, Delia Lacey; Back row-
Karon Chambers, Thea Brown, Barbara Slatter, Yulinda Blackmon, Cary Bi-
ngham, Joye Carter, Selina France, )ackie Ware, Coach Ms. Harriet Wisdom
1974 Girl's Track
Attucks 12 70
Arlington 34 35
Deaf School/Manual 1st
Deaf School /Pike 2nd
Lack of Gym
Volleyball losses were due in part to the
lack of a home court for playing games.
The girls were however able to practice
in the SHS gym. The team this year was
young with only two seniors, Selina
France and Blenda Nolcox. Ms. Harriet
Wisdom, coach, summed up the year by
saying, "We suffered greatly from the
lack of the home court this year. We
hope to start our practice earlier next
year. We have a young team and are
looking forward to a better season next
Right— Belinda Nolcox shows her jumping power
as well as her spiking power in a pre-game warm
Below— Ms. Wisdom gives her team a last minute
pep-talk before they hit the floor for another game.
Girl's volleyball team: Front row— Nancy Grant, Elvira Nolcox, Debbie Nelson, Be-
linda Nolcox, Selina France, Mary Coleman, Becky Lingeman: Back row— Michelle
Davis, Linda McCray, Cassandra Grant, Robin Roddy, Jackie Ware, Ingrid Grant,
Darlene Jewel, Yulinda Blackman, Susan Shaw, Coach Ms. Harriet Wisdom, Paula
Ms. Harriet Wisdom is convinced that
the girls had a good season. They started
off with a big win over Broad Ripple (64
to 31 ). The girls have shown great enthu-
siasm in learning different plays and
Most of the girls will be in their third sea-
son next year. Starters this season were:
LeNore and Lenette Williams, Deborah
Nelson, Carolyn Alexander, Paula Mcin-
tosh, Eva Humphreys, and Yvonne Wa-
shum. The team had one regular starting
freshman who contributed a great deal
to the scoring (Carolyn Alexander). Le-
nette Williams was high scorer almost
every game. The only player the team
will be losing this year is Selina France
who is a senior. Betsey "Hatch" Hatchel
was voted the most inspiring member of
the team. The rest of the team included
Linda Williams and Sheri Williams.
Right— Lenette Williams (24) goes up for the
rebound, while her sister Lenore (20) and (12)
Deborah Nelson look on.
Girls' Basketball Team— Front row: Paula Mcintosh, Selina France, Carolyn Alexan-
der, Second row: Sheri Williams, Lenore Williams, Lenette Williams, Ms. Harriet
Wisdom— Coach, Eva Humphreys, Deborah Nelson.
Above-Paula Mcintosh drives against a Ladywood-St. Agnes opponent.
Above— Crawford Jones concentrates on the pins as he prepares to
strike in the tenth frame.
Right-"Gutters" Rick Jones and Pete Moss sit entranced as their team-
ate makes a strike.
The Intra-mural bowling teams of Short-
ridge High School held their interleague
action at Meadows Bowl during the
1974-75 season. Most of the finest
bowlers at SHS contributed their talents
in the league this year. Duddy Reeves,
Crawford Jones, Roger Woodson, Wil-
bert Buckner, Ivan Caudle, Carlos Banks,
Tony Gilbert, Fred Hauck, Richard
Heard, Peter Moss, Rick Jones, and Da-
vid White were many of the pin-point
bowlers who clashed with each other
every week. This season high scores
were tallied. Wilbert Buckner's 212
stunned many bowlers and Rick Jones'
182 helped the "Gutters" cause.
Extremely close matches also prevailed
during this exciting season. The "Stro-
kers" squeezed by the "Gutters" in a
high scoring encounter with only a two
pin margin separting the two squads.
Left— As the sponsor of the bowling club, one of
Mr. Jerry Steiner's jobs is tallying scores and
Mat Maids: The New Addition,
The Shortridge wrestling team get a new
boost this year in the form of Mat Maids.
Ten girls donated their afternoons to
cheering our wrestlers through all their
matches, city and state tourneys. Un-
sponsored as they were, the Mat Maids
flourished in their first year.
As the SHS basketball team took a break
from play, out came the Devillettes to
entertain the fans. In their new blue and
white uniforms they performed daz-
zeling routines for the spectators.
The Pom-Pom Girls were lead by their
captains Kay DeBow and Debbie Rooks.
The squad this year performed at home Mat 0iaids: Front row-Thea Brown, Terri Shackleford, Susan White, Blenda Nolcox, Amanda Fletcher.
... , i i ^i ii Second row— Elvira Nolcox, Michelle Davis.
football games and most basketball
games, and in three parades.
Pom-Pom Girls: Lula Carter, Michele Jones, Patricia Walker, Lynn Davis, Thea Brown, Debra Rooks,
Kay DeBow, Kathy Bembry, Cinthis Foreman, Patricia Alexander, Margaret Dumetz, Sheila White.
Above— "Right on Ridge" is what our Mat Maids
cheer as grapplers take to the mats.
Right— Pom-Pom Girls wait through the tense mo-
ments of the basketball game against Arlington.
Varsity Cheerleaders- Kathy Ann Johnson, Terri Waters, Judy Garrett, Jeanine Murrell, Michele
Jones, Vivian Joyner, Karen Crossland.
Walking down the hall on Thursday af-
ternoon, better beware of the shouts
and yells of the cheerleaders. They can
be found almost anywhere practicing for
the next big game.
Tryouts were held in the spring for the
Varsity and Reserve squads, followed by
a summer of practice and going to camp
at Vincennes University. While at camp,
the Varsity won the highest award
given— the "spirit stick," they competed
for the Miss Vincennes title, Vivian Joy-
ner becoming one of the five finalists.
The squads this year seemed very suc-
cessful leading the fans in cheers, yells,
and enthusiasm for the teams. This re-
sulted from the help of their sponsors
Ms. McDowell and Ms. Hunt.
Below-Judy Garrett smiles as she reads the win-
ning score on the scoreboard.
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Above— Freshman Cheerleaders— Kathy Jones, Laurie Brown, Lisa de-
mons, Brenda Young, Diana Davidson, Laura Martin.
Right— Reserve Cheerleaders— Kneeling— Amanda Fletcher, Laurie Gar-
rett, standing— Anita Slatter, Darlene Edwards, on top, Marty Richard-
son, not shown— Tanya Stuart.
Four years of hard work paid off for the
SHS soccer team as they went into their
first year of league play. The team par-
ticipated in a coed league with represen-
tative teams from seven area high
schools. A spring record of and 10 was
bettered in the fall with a 1 and 9 season.
Practice and consistency of team mem-
bership helped to produce a winning
team. Mr. Cochran again was the faculty
sponsor. CTS student and member of
the Butler Soccer team, Jay Libby pro-
vided coaching for the players. Team
members and coach were looking for-
ward to a more promising spring season.
Right— Racing to cover the Shortridge goal, Mike
Watkins guards his Chatard counterpart.
Above— The style of champions is demonstrated by
Kelley Osgood as she blocks a Chatard kick in a
Soccer: Sitting— Robert Weber, Kelley Osgood; Kneeling— Edward Ram-
sey, Paul Rumer; Standing— Tin Stearn, Pete Moss, Dante Ventresca, Da-
vid Lawson, Brian Hawkins, Bill Dresser, Brad Rector, Bruce Bohlander,
David Harper; On Shoulders— Jeff Ware
Float 1st Prize
This year, Homecoming was celebrated
by two evenings of activities. On Octo-
ber 24th, the first evening, a very suc-
cessful and entertaining dance was held.
Music was provided by a local group,
"Black Thorn Rose", while disc jockey
Roger Halloway acted as the Master of
Ceremonies for the presentation of the
Homecoming queen and princesses.
Other events at the dance were contests
for the best dressed couple, and for the
The second evening of Homecoming
consisted of the football game against
Brebeuf High School. Although the
game didn't go well for our team, Short-
ridge fans' spirits were lifted by the half-
time presentation. This show included
routines by the marching band and the
Pom-Pom Girls, and the judging of floats
by the three upper classes. The soph-
omores received first place for their
piece of work, but they didn't win the
award without stiff competition from the
Junior and Senior classes.
Left— Riding the Junior float, Karen Campbell has
high hopes at half-time.
Below left— A bouquet brightens Blenda Nolcox's
night as she finds out from Duddy Reeves that she
has been named Homecoming Queen.
Below— With intent face and swinging hips,
Thomas Williams "bumps" with Portia Spencer.
Right —Students flock around a visting
disc jockey as he entertains them during
a break at the homecoming dance.
Below right— Healthy smiles on the faces
of John Fewell and Dan Beck indicate
success in Mr. Wright's health class.
Below— Long-time Shortridger and Se-
nior Guidence Counseler, Jerry Steiner
Hunts down a lost upper classman who
needs to graduate.
"I think the most outstanding thing about Shortridge High School when I was there from 1940-
44 was the "spirit" of team work among the students and faculty, the faculty in providing the
best education possible for all students and building in each of us the desire to make this a
better world for all." ^
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Have you ever wondered who the hand-
ful of administrators is that organizes
most everything at the 'Ridge? These are
the people that carry the heavy load
here at SHS.
Our principal, Mr. Benjamin Johnson, is
the head organizer at SHS. He has a hard
job and everyone recognizes his capa-
bility in handling it.
Mr. Donald Oldham has a number of
things to organize as part of his job as
Vice Principal of Business. Among these
responsibilities, Mr. Oldham is in charge
of the budget, business and grounds, the
deans, the bookstore, the clerical staff,
and the security staff.
Mr. Don King' is a new addition to this
handful of organizers this year. He was
previously head of the SHS science dept.
Mr. King took over for Mr. Riley who be-
came principal of Scecina High School.
Mr. King is faced with the job of organ-
izing the schedules for 2,000 students.
Shortridge's Director of Guidance is Mr.
Peter C Davis. He coordinates guidance,
counseling and testing, evaluates credit 6
and helps with college entrance
,MR. PETER DAVIS- Director of Guidance
(a) MILDRED BLE WITT- Registrar.
(b) KAY SHEPARD-Artendance Clerk.
(c) MARY HULTS- Secretary to Mr. King.
(d) MARY WILLIS- Secretary to the Dean.
(e) GLADYS MARY SMITH-Secretary to Mr. Johnson.
(f) F. DEAKYNE-PBX Operator.
(g) BETTY NICHOLSON-Bookstore Manager.
CATHERIN TIMBERMAN-Secretary to Mr. Oldham.
SHARON MARTIN-Secretary to Guidance.
Concern and a sense of humor have
aided deans Ms. Betty Garret and Mr.
Francis Carter in handling their many-
faceted jobs at Shortridge. The most im-
portant tasks in their busy schedules
were helping students with social, emo-
tional, and subject problems, and just
generally helping out and answering
whey they could.
Mr. Carter has been Dean of Men for
three years, while Ms. Garrett has held
her position as Dean of Women for two
years, with previous experience in the
Athletic and Guidance departments.
Both deans express an avid interest in
their work, and a sincere motivation to
help and improve students where
Students and faculty were protected and
secure thanks to our security guards,
headed by Sergeant Robert Taylor.
Guards maintained friendly relations
with students, while still enforcing order,
making them popular at 'Ridge.
(a) MR. JIM HAYES
(b) MS. JUNE LOCKETT
(c) MR. BILLY TAYLOR
Sgt. Robert Taylor keeps kiddies corraled in cafeteria.
(a) ROY ABERSON-B.P.E.
(b) HOOVER BAKER-B.S., M.S.; Biology
(c) JOHN BAKER-B.S., M.A.; Spanish.
(d) MATTIE BALOW-PhB. B.S., M.A.T.; Science,
English. Assistant to Dean of Women
(e) CARITA BAYS-B.S.; Science.
(f) CAROLYN BEARD-B.A.; English.
(g) LENOARD BEHLING-B.S., M.S.; Band, Music
Therory, Music Dept. Head, Jr. Vaudeville Sponsor,
(h) BARBARA BENTON- B.S., M.S.; Clothing.
i) BRENDA BRANHAM-B.S.; Typing, Clerical
Practice, Business Math, C.O.E. O.E.A.
(j) L. THOMAS BRESNAHAM-Ph B., B.A.; M.S.;
(k) GARY BROWN-B.S., M.S., M.P.E.; Health.
Head Football Coach.
(I) SUSIE S. BROWN-A.B., M.S.; Biology, General
(m) EUGENIA BUCKNER-B.S.; English, Black Lit
(n) SUSAN BURTON-B.A., M.S.; Short Story,
(o) ROBERT CATUS-B.A., M.A.; Anthropology,
Sociology, World Civilization, U.S. History,
(p) RICHARD COCHRAN-B.A.; Government,
(q) RICHARD COHEN-B.A., M.A.; English, Jour-
nalism. Great Books, Quill and Scroll,
(r) JOAN O. COOPER-A.B.; English.
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(j) TED GELB-B.F.A.; Art Craft, Stage Craft,
(k) WILLIAM E. GIBSON-B.S., M.S.; Math. Dept.
(I) WANDA GOURLEY-B.S.; Art. Sophomore Co-
(m) MAE F. GRAVES-B.S., M.A.; Child Devel-
opment, Family Health, Men's Foods,
(n) JACQUELINE S. GREENWOOD-B.A., M.S.; Al-
gebra, General Math, Basic Math. Sophomore
(o) JOANN GRISSOM-B.S., M.S.; Jr. Counselor,
(p) FRANCES H. GRUBBS-B.S., M.S.; Foods, Fam
(q) DAVID R. HAMMER-A.B., M.S.; French,
(r) LINDA HANSON-M.S.; Foods. Pom-Pom
(a) B.E. COULON-B.S., M.S.; Graphic Arts.
(b) DORCAS CRAVENS-B.A.; English.
(c) JOYCE CRIST- Developmental Reading.
(d) MARY DAVIS-B.S., M.A.; Clothing,
(e) JAN DEAN— B.S.; Advanced Library Experience
(f) MARY ESTERL1NE-B.A.; English. Co-sponsor
(g) CHARLES FITZGERALD-B.S., M.S.; Health,
P.E., Dr. Education; Dept, Head. Coach Reserve
(h) RON FREELAND-B.S., M.S.; Math, Physics. Re-
serve Basketball Coach.
(i) ERNEST FRIGO-B.S., M.S.; Math. Sr. Class
(a) JAMES A. HAUSMAN-B.S.; U.S. History. Cross-
country and Track Coach.
(b) JOHN E. HAYNES-B.S.; Basic Art, Advanced
Art. Co-sponsor Fellowhsip of Christian Athletes.
(c) P.H. HIRSCH-B.S., M.A.; English, Film Crit.,
Dramatics, Speech. Footlights, Thespians.
(d) M.S. HUCKLEBERRY-B.S., M.S.; Social Studies,
(e) ROBERT HOUSTON- B.S., M.S.; Gov't, Econ.,
Social Studies, U.S. History, Psychology. The An-
nual, Quill and Scroll.
(f) SANDRA HUNT-B.S.; Health, P.E. Girls' Track,
Field Team, Intramural Swimming and Gymnastics.
(g) JEAN M. JACKSON-B.A., M.A.; Social Studies,
(h) MATTIE JOHNSON-A.B., M.S.; Library
(i) AZILEE KINCAIDE-A.B., M.A.; English, Mass
(j) CONSTANCE B. KIRBY-B.A.; M.A.; Spanish,
English. Exercise in Knowledge,
(k) DONALD W. MANNAN-M.S., B.S.; Social
(I) ERNESTINE M. MCCREE-B.S.; jewelry, Art.
(m) LYNN MCDOWELL- B.S.; Government, Amer-
ican and World History. Cheerleaders.
(n) SUSAN MCNIEL-B.S.; Business Education
Data Processing, Typing, Business Opportunities.
Junior Class Sponsor and Financial Advisor.
(o) JOHN MEDJESKI-B.M., M.M.; Orchestra,
Strings, General Music. String Ensemble.
(p) HELEN MOELLER-B.S.; English.
(q) WILLIAM R. MORGAN-B.S., M.S.; Economics
and Government. Chess Club.
(r) MARTHALOU NEWLAND- Adult Library
(a) CHARLES E. THOMAS- B.S.; Health, Phys. Ed v
(b) CHARLES J. THOMAS-B.S., M.S.; Electricity,
Mech, Drawing. Department Head.
(c) DON THOMAS-B.S.; M.S.-Assistant Dean of
Men. Head Basketball Coach.
(d) STEPHEN M. TOLIN-B.S., M.S.; Intro, to Social
Studies, Basic Math, U.S. History. Tennis Coach.
(e) RODERIC TRABUE-B.S., M.S.; Freshman Cuid
ance Counselor. Lettermans' Club, Freshman Bas
ketball and Football.
(f) MARIE VANHORN-B.S., M.S., M.A
istry, Advanced Chemistry.
(g) LUCILLE C. WAHL-A.B., M.S.; Math,
(h) DEBORAH WAYCOTT-B.A., MAT.
(i) RUTH ANN WEBB-B.S., M.B.A.; Accounting
Recordkeeping, Typing. Department Head.
Activity describes the senior perfectly.
The Senior Council generated much sup-
port and enthusiasm for the Junior and
Senior Prom, the Senior Class Play, and
Innovation was a trademark for the class
of 75 and this year's Senior Council has
maintained that standard by sponsoring
the first Annual Basketball Homecoming
Dance in February. The Basketball
Homecoming featured a King rather
than having a Princess as the Football
Right— Buddy Ross' shock is apparent as Joye Car-
ter presents him with the traditional Prom King
Below left— In this years' Senior Class Play, "Design
for Murder", Marilyn Thomas and Ernest Jarrett
"psych" themselves up for a dramatic sequence.
Senior Council: Front row— Thomas Parker— Vice Pres., Keith Lasher— Treas., Joye Carter— Sec,
Ed Ramsey— Pres., Theresa Hazelwood, Mary Coleman, Alycia Adams, Cogi Napier, Mialon
Walton, Thea Brown, Portia Spencer, Dana Yowell. Second row— Lucia Spears, Mr. Ernest
Frigo— Sponsor, Lynn Mathis, Carl Rice, Tyler Jones, Velinda Ferguson, Thomas Williams, Selina
France, James Allen, Gail Smith.
Above— Where to from here? seems to be the question Liz
French asks as she explores the many displays and booths at the
Above— Seniors receive instruction from professionals about the
community during the Senior Thing.
From Here? . . ."
"Where to from here? . . ." is a mind-
twisting question that is asked by every
senior at one time or another. Fortu-
nately, Shortridge's "Senior Thing" pro-
vides uncertain seniors with an opportu-
nity to meet representatives from more
than 150 colleges, universities, and local
Right— Judy Garrett investigates a new possibility.
Like many other seniors Judy is leaving no stone
unturned when considering opportunities for the
Below— Scalp the Braves, indeed. Spirit peaks dur-
ing the Homecoming parade at half-time.
ADAMS, ALYCIA-Treas. Junior Class; Senior
Council; 74 Vaudeville; True Blue; Student
Council; Betty Crocker Winner.
ALEXANDER, PATRICIA-Junior Graduate.
ALLEN, CAROLYN-73 Vaudeville.
ALLEN, JAMES— Senior Council; Junior Policy;
73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; Spanish Club; Career
Sampling; German Club; Key Club; Stage Crew;
Student Council; I.U. Summer Health.
ALLEY, JAY-Fres., Res., Vars. Basketball; Fresh.,
Res., Vars. Football; German Club; Lettermens'
Club; Nat. Honor Soc.
ANDERSON, FLORA-Junior Graduate.
Shortridge Senior Plot Their Courses
BELK, CHERYL -Glee Club; Career Sampling;
Red Cross Club; Echo.
BEMBRY, KATHERINE R.-Senior Council; 74,
75 Vaudeville, Pom Pom Girl; Spanish Club;
Pep Club; Senior Float Com.; Key Club; Nat.
Honor Soc; Y-Teens; Art Club.
BENN, JAMES SOLOMON -Junior Policy; 74,
75 Vaudeville; Glee Club; A Cappella; Choral
Club; Madrigals; Footlights; Le Cercle Francais;
Human Relations; Thespians; Student Council;
Annual; Art Club; Senior Play 73.
BLAND, WILLIAM JR.-Art Club; Career
BOLER, CECILIA -Junior Policy; 73, 74, 75
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Madrigals; Footlights;
Nat. Honor Soc; Human Relations; Student
Council; Thespians, Jr. Vaudeville Program Edi-
tor; New Establishment.
BOYD, VICKIE E.-Young Life; Girls' Drill
Team; True Blue; Pep Club; Career Sampling.
BRADFORD, SHEILACAMILLE -Girls' Drill
Team; Pres. of O.E.A., Outstanding Student
BRADFORD, VERLINt -73 Vaudeville; Y-
BROWN, ALENE-True Blue; Skating Club.
BROWN, CELENE -True Blue; Spanish Club.
BUSH, CHARLES-Junior Graduate.
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As the Year Swiftly Passes
CANNON, SHELIA R.-News Bureau; Glee
Club; Pom-Pom Girl; True Blue; Soccer; Bowl-
ing; Track; Career Sampling; Exercise in Knowl-
edge; Human Relations Council; Library Asst.;
Student Council; Y-Teens; 71 Homecoming
CHANDLER, ROBIN-ECHO Editor.
CLARDY, SUE-Jr. Policy, 74 Junior Vaudeville;
Glee Club; A Cappella; Madrigals; Pep Club;
Letterman; Human Relations Council; Vars. V-
CLARK, LINA REA— Career Sampling; Library
Asst.; Y-Teens; junior Graduate.
COBB, JENNIFER-Career Sampling.
COLEMAN, MARY-Jr. Policy; Sr. Council; 74
Jr. Vaudeville; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Math
Club; Letterman; Library Asst.; Y-Teens; Soph-
omore Council; Vars. V-Ball.
CONWAY, HAROLD-Sr. Council; 74, 75
Vaudeville; Fresh., Res., Vars. Basketball; Bowl-
ing; Key Club; Human Relations; Stage Crew;
Student Council; Thespians.
DANIEL, DEBORAH JEAN-74, 75 Vaudeville
Act Chairman; 73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; Glee
Club; A Cappella; Madrigals; Career Sampling;
Footlights; Human Relations; Thespians; New
DAVIS, LYNN-Jr. Class Treasurer; Junior Policy;
75 Vaudeville Act Chairman; Pom Pom Girl;
True Blue; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Home-
coming Float Chairman; Student Council; Y-
Teens; Art Club; Annual; Homecoming Queen
Candidate; Junior Grad.
DEFRANTZ, JAMES-Junior Policy; A Band; A
Orch.; Fresh., Res. Basketball; Nat. Honor Soc;
DORRIS, JULIET CHERYLE-Senior Council; 74
Vaudeville; Human Relations; Library.
DORSEY, KIM-Vars. Baseball, Bowling, Stage
DRESSER, WILLIAM-Res., Vars. Baseball,
Soccer. - ■—. ,-
DUCKWORTH, PATRICIA-Annual; Junior
Right— Starry-eyed fans look on as Lamont (Goose)
Gilbert displays his basketball talent.
Seniors Bruce Bohl ande r and Ponce Watkins listen
attentively to th^Mflfeh^n German class.
Senior Class Headed
DUDLEY, DEBRA LYNN-Vaudeville; PomPom
Girl; Girls' League; True Blue; Pep Club; Key
Club; Red Cross Club; Sophomore Council; Ju-
nior Prom Comm.
DUNCAN, TANYA-Glee Club; Pom Pom Girl;
True Blue; Basketball; Library Assit.; Student
EALY, WILLIE-73 Vaudeville; B Band; Fresh.,
Res., Basketball; Var. Cross Country; Footlights;
Lettermen's Club; Stage Crew.
EDMONDS, TERRY-Sr. Council; Glee Club;
Pom Pom Girl; Math Club; Library Assit.; Stu-
EDWARDS,' VANJEAN A.- 74 Vaudeville; Glee
Club; A Capella.
ELLIS, RONALD JAY-Fresh. Football; Le Cercle
Francais; Nat. Honor Soc.
ERVIN, BRENDA-Red Cross Club; Career
ERVIN, CAROL— Sr. Council; Sophomore Coun-
cil; Nat. Honor Soc; 74 Girls State; Human
ERVIN, VICKI-Y-Teens; Honors Studies Pro-
gram; News Bureau; 75 Vaudeville; Pom Pom
Girl; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Career Sampling;
For Better Things
Above— Chewing on his pen stimulates senior Dave
White's brain cells.
FARLEY, THELMA-Glee Club; Junior Graduate.
FENCEROY, DIANA-Nat. Honor Soc; Junior
FERGUSON, VELINDA- Senior Council; Junior
Policy; Vaudeville Act Chairman; '73, '74
Vaudeville; Glee Club; Choral Club; A Capella;
Madrigals; Band; Orchestra; True Blue; Pep
Club; Career Sampling; Footlights; Key Club;
Human Relations; Red Cross Club; Student
FEWELL, JOHN-Soccer; Fresh., Vars. Football;
Golf; Tennis; Career Sampling; Letterman's
FINNELL, GENNIFER-Student Council; Nat.
Honor Soc; '74 Vaudeville; Glee Club; Pom
Pom Girl; True Blue; Track; Career Sampling;
Honor Pin; Pres. of D.E.C.A.
FISHER, GARY-Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; Jr.
Prom Comm. Chairman; Footlights; Junior
FOREMAN, CYNTHIA-Junior Graduate; Pom
Pom Girl; Track; Nat. Honor Soc.
FRANCE, SELINA-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr.
Vaudeville Act Chairman; Jr. Prom Comm.
Chairman; '74 Vaudeville; Glee Club; Choral
Club; A Capella; I.U. Honor Language Study;
Girls League; Girls' Basketball; Track; Pep Club;
Career Sampling; Footlights; Math Club; Honor
Pin; Le Cercle Francais; Lettermans' Club; Nat.
Honor Soc; Human Relations; Library; Student
Council; Thespians; Honor Studies Program;
Who's Who In High School; Volleyball; Soph.
GALLAGHER, JAMES-Fresh. Football; Colt-
GARRETT, JUDY-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; A
Band; Orchestra; Majorette; True Blue; Pep
Club; Track; Honor Pin; Key Club; Lettermans'
Club; Nat. Honor Soc; Student Council; Y-
Teens; Res. and Var. Cheerleader.
GILBERT, STANLEY-Career Sampling; Library;
Stage Crew; Junior Achievement;
GOODRICH, GRANT-A Capella; Res. Base-
ball; Junior Graduate.
GRANT, JAMES-Band; Orchestra; Wrestling;
Var. Football; Career Sampling; Lettermans'
GRAY, LORNA '
GREENWADE, GERALD-A and B Band; Res.
and Var. Football; Fresh., Res., and Var. Basket-
ball; Lettermans' Club; F.C.A.
HALE, VALERIE-71, '72 Vaudeville; Girls' Drill
National Honor Society: Front row— Edward Ramsey, Jay Phelps, Cindy Swanson, Sandi Schwarzin, Diana Fenceroy, Kayanne DeBow, LaNita
Sanders, Michelle Davis, Suzy Dove, Denise Berry, Jeanine Herold, Nancy Hernly, Charles Wimbleduff. Second row— Carnise Bell, Ricky How-
ell, Pamela Turner, Alice Terry, Becky Gordon, Delores Roddy, Matthew Murphy, David Thuma, Milton Keys, Cathy Herod, Portia Spencer,
Mia-Lon Walton, Leah Hickerson, Kathy Bembry, James DeFrantz, Carol Ervin. Third row— Wendall Hall, Richard Rourke, John White, Judy
Garrett, Gennifer Finnell, Cynthia Foreman, Denise Fields, Lewis Ryker, Cynthia Boatright, Kelly Sue Osgood, Keith Lasher, Bradley Garing,
Shortridge NHS is Active,
HARPER, JENNIFER-Girls' Volleyball; Career
Sampling; Footlights; Library; Annual.
HAWKINS, BRIAN TERHUNE-A Capella; Soc-
cer; Key Club; Fresh, and Var. Track; Nat.
HAZELWOOD, THERESA- Senior Council; Ju-
nior Policy; 74 Vaudeville; Echo Page Editor;
Glee Club; Choral Club; Pom Pom Girl; Pep
Club; Career Sampling; Key Club; Quill and
HEARD, ELENORA-73 Vaudeville; True Blue;
Red Cross Club; Y-Teens.
HILL, MELVINA-Junior Graduate.
HOLSTEIN, CHARLES WOOD-Res., Fresh.
Baseball; Golf; Lettermens' Club.
INGRAM, BELINDA-Junior Graduate
JACKSON, B REN DA
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1974 Honor Society Initiates: Front row-^Dave
White, Joye Carter, Martha Ringel, Selina Above _Kayanne DeBow proudly accepts her blue-
France, Mary Coleman Second row- jay Alley, and . white H onor Society ribbons from Ms. Kincaide.
Dan Read, Thomas, Williams, Laurie Gardner,
The National Honor Society, once
an exclusively senior organization,
initiated outstanding members of
the junior class this year for the
second time. Nevertheless, the So-
ciety has still maintained its high
principles of Character, Leadership,
Scholarship, and Service. Fund-
raising projects for a NHS scholar-
ship to be presented in the spring,.
ii i\.iuuuu iiuiii^iuuj ivsiicti 3ivcil.il ifL
parties and contests among the
classes. Revival of the National
Honor Society tutorial program
was also a part of this year's So-
Resourceful and Creative
JARRETT, ERNEST M. Ill-Junior Policy; 73, 74,
75 Vaudeville; News Bureau; Glee Club; A Ca-
pella; Madrigals; Bowling; Pep Club; Career
Sampling; Footlights; Human Relations; Student
JOHNSON, JAMES-News Bureau; Footlights,
74, 75 Vaudeville; Key Club Publicity
JOHNSON, KATHY ANN
JONES, JEFFEEY LEE-Junior Policy, Senior
Council, 73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; Glee Club;
Choral Club; A Capella; Madrigals; Res., Var.
Track; Career Sampling; Footlights; Human Re-
lations; Student Council.
JONES, MICHELLE-B and A Band; B and A
Orch.; Pom Pom Girl; Student Council; Y-
Teens; Res., Vars. Cheerleader; Jamboree
JONES, RHONDA- 73 Vaudeville; Girls' Drill
Team; Career Sampling.
JONES, RICHARD S.-Pit Band; A. Band; Res.
Baseball, Soccer, Bowling, Chess Club Pres.; Ex-
ercise in Knowledge; Math Club, Nat. Honor
JONES, TYLER-Senior Council, 73, 74 Vaude-
ville; A Capella; A Band; Res., Vars. Baseball;
Homecoming Float; Footlights; Lettermens'
Club; Stage Crew; Student Council; Thespians.
LASHER, KEITH-Junior Policy; Senior Class
Treas. 72, 73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; A Capella;
Madrigals; A Band; Drum Major; Footlights
Pres.; Nat. Honor Soc; Stage Crew; Annual; 74
Senior Play Director.
LAURAY, SHARON-Glee Club; Band; Spanish
Club; Career Sampling; Debate Club; Foot-
lights; Math Club; Great Books Club; Nat.
Honor Soc; Human Relations; Student Council;
Y-Teens; Honor Studies Program; Nat. Achieve-
ment Semi-finalist; Annual; COE.
LIPKINS, BYRON-73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; Ju-
nior Policy; New Establishment; A Band; Or-
chestra; Spanish Club; Var. Baseball; Res., Var.
Football; Key Club Board of Directors; Let-
termens' Club; Human Relations; Art Club; Pep
Band; Pit Band; All City Band and Orch.
MATHIS, LYNN »
MCCLURY, KARLA-True Blue; Spanish Club;
Career Sampling; Library; Y-Teens.
MCFARLAND, LINDA-Clee Club; Track.
MCFARLAND, THERESA-Jr. Policy; 74 Vaude-
ville; Girls' League; True Blue; Pep Club; Career
Sampling; Great Books Club; Latin Club.
MCGRONE, MARION-Glee Club; Career
Sampling; Student Council; Young Life.
MILLER, DAWN-True Blue; Y-Teens*.
MILLER, KEVIN-Spanish Club; Fresh., Var.
Football; Res., Fresh. Basketball; Lettermans'
MOORE, DEBRA-Career Sampling
Above— Being first in his class hasn't affected Dan Read's
golf game, as shown here.
Senior Honor Roll
1. Peter Daniel Read
2. Richard Jones
3. David White
4. Michael Watkins
5. Thomas Williams
6. Selina France
7. Joye Carter
8. Lucia Spears
9. Jeanine Murrell
10. Mary Coleman
11. Brian Hawkins
12. Martha Ringel
13. Laurie Gardner
14. James E. DeFrantz
15. Ronald J. Ellis
16. Gloria Myers
17. Portia Spencer
18. Kayanne DeBow
19. Jay Alley
20. Kathryn J. Black
Mary L. Ratcliff
37. TJolores K. Roddy
Above- Seniors Sonja Taylor and Harold Con-
way demonstrate the attentive attitude which
earned good grades this year.
MOORE, GWENDOLYN-Junior Policy; Girls'
Drill Team; ROTC.
MOORE, IRIS-Glee Club.
MOORE, JOE JR.-Bowling; Fresh. Football;
Fresh. Track; Career Sampling; Stage Crew.
MOORE, KENNETH-Jr. Policy; 74, '75 Vaude-
ville; Cross Country; Track; Career Sampling;
Footlights; Human Relations; Stage Crew; Stu-
MOORE, TONI-Career Sampling
MORRIS, MICHAEL- 75 Vaudeville; Choral
Club; Glee Club; A Capella; Madrigals; Cross
Country; Track; Lettermans' Club; Stage Crew;
MORSE, JEFFREY-73 Vaudeville; Glee Club;
MOSLEY, GEORGE-Senior Council Junior Pol-
icy; 73, 74, 75 Vaudeville; A Capella; Madrig-
als; A Band; Footlights; Fresh., Vars. Football;
Track; Lettermans' Club; Human Relations; Stu-
dent Council; Thespians.
MURPHY, KAREN-Career Sampling.
MURRELL, JEANNINE-73, 74, 75 Vaudeville;
Junior Policy; Spanish Club; Footlights; Key
Club; Lettermans' Club; Honor Pin; Nat. Honor
Soc.; Library; Human Relations; Thespians;
Fresh., Res., Vars. Cheerleader.
MYERS, GLORIA J.-Vaudeville Chairman; 73,
75, 76 Vaudeville; Glee Club; A Capella; Ca-
reer Sampling; Footlights; Math Club; Nat.
Honor Soc; Human Relations; Student Council;
NAPIER, GOG!— Senior Counci; Junior Policy;
Glee Club; A Capella; Girls' Drill Team; Pep
Club; Float Comm.; Career Sampling; Human
Relations; Library; Student Council.
NOLCOX, BLENDA- Senior Council; A and B
Band; Lettermans' Club; Honor Pin; Track; Pep
Club; Library; Homecoming Queen; Art Club.
OATES, CASSANDRA-Glee Club; Girls' Drill
Team; True Blue; Career Sampling; ROTC.
PAICELY, VALERIE-Junior Policy; Spanish Club;
Career Sampling; Student Council Y-Teens;
Who's Who in High School.
PARKER, THOMAS NATHANIEL-Vice-Pres.
Senior Class; Publicity Chairman Junior Class;
Chairman Jr. Prom Comm.; Key Club; Nat.
Honor Soc; Student Council; Art Club; New
PATTON, NATHANIEL-Res. and Var. Baseball;
Bowling; Var. Football; Wrestling; Stage Crew;
Young Life; Fellowship Christian Athletes.
PEACOCK, DENISE-Young Life; Career
PERRY, YVONNE-Glee Club; Spanish Club.
PETERS, SUSAN-Career Sampling; T
PETERSON, LINDA-Mat-maids, Art Club, Jan.
PIERSON, LINDA JOAN-Career Sampling; Red
RAMSEY, EDWARD E.-Senior Class Pres.; Se-
nior Council; Junior Policy; 72 Vaudeville;
Echo; A and B Band; I.U. Honor Language
Study; Spanish Club; Chess Club; Math Club;
Career Sampling; Soccer; Res. and Var. Base-
ball; Fresh. Res., and Var. Basketball; Key Club;
Lettermens' Club; Nat. Honor Society; Student
RANDOLPH, VIVIAN-Girls Drill Team; ROTC.
RATCLIFF, CRAIG-Fresh., and Var Football
manager; Track; Var. Wrestling; Lettermens'
Club; Drill Team; FCA.
READ, PETER DANIEL-72, 73, 74 Vaudeville;
Glee Club; Golf; Tennis; Key Club; Lettermen's
Club; Stage Crew; Student Council; Nat. Honor
Soc. Vice Pres.; NCTE Certificate.
Below— Selina France is amazed and
alert on the volleyball court.
The Class of 75 Bids Farewell And Good
Mr. Freeland's physics class became temporary
gourmet cooks when they tried making ice cream.
Luck to Remaining Underclassmen
REED, WINIFRED-Pom Pom Girl; Pep Club;.
REEVES, DARRELL-Junior Policy; Bowling; Var.
Baseball; Fresh, and Res. Basketball; Fresh.,
Res., and Var Football; Key Club; Lettermens'
Club Pres.; Student Council; FCA; Young Life.
RICE, CARL C. JR.-Senior Council; Junior Pol-
icy; 75 Vaudeville; A Capella; Bowling; Track;
Footlights; Key Club; Stage Crew; Student
Council; Thespians; Annual.
RINGLE, MARTHA JANE-72,'73,'74, 75,
Vaudeville; Choral Club; A Capella; Madrigals;
B. Orchestra; Footlights; Nat. Honor Soc; Li-
brary; Thespians Sec./Treas.
RODDY, DOLORES- 72 Vaudeville, A and B
Band; Spanish Club Vice-Pres.; Career Sam-
pling; Nat. Honor Soc; Student Council; Y-
Teens Pres.; Art Club; Junior Graduate.
ROOKS, DEBBIE- 74, 75 Vaudeville; Glee
Club; Pom Pom Girl; Career Sampling, Foot-
lights; Soccer; Student Council; Thespians;
Who's Who in High School.
ROSS, ANDY-Junior Policy; 74 Vaudeville; A
Capella; Band; Orchestra; Wrestling; Vars.
Football; Key Club; Lettermens' Club; FCA.
ROWE, SYLVESTER-Senior Council; Junior Pol-
icy; 73 Vaudeville; News Bureau; Glee Club;
Choral Club; New Establishment; Spanish Club;
Res. and Var. Basketball; Cross Country; Fresh.
Football; Track; Career Sampling Club; Key
Club; Lettermens' Club; Human Relations; Stu-
SAPERSTEIN, ERIC-Junior Policy; 72, 73, 74
Vaudeville; Footlights; Human Relations; Stage
Crew; Student Council; Thespians.
SHOFFNER, HELEN-74 Vaudeville; Girls' Drill
Team; True Blue; Track; Pep Club; Career Sam-
pling; Y-Teens; ROTC.
SIEGEL, PRENTICE J.-Senior Council; 74 and
75 Vaudeville; A Capella; Band; Career Samp.
Footlights; Lettermens' Club; Football Manager;
Wrestling Manager; Track; Career Sampling;
Footlights; Lettermens' Club; ROTC; Young
SIMMONS, BYRON-B Band; Res., Fresh , and
SMITH, GAIL— Junior Class Vice. Pres.; Senior
Council; Junior Policy; Junior Prom Comm.
Chairman; Glee Club; A Capella; Madrigals;
Pom Pom Girl; 72, 73, 74, 75 Vaudeville;
Track; Float Chairman; Footlights; Human Rela-
tions; Student Council; Thespians.
SPEARS, LUCIA MARION-Senior Council; Ju-
nior Policy; 72, 73 Vaudeville; Glee Club; Cho-
ral Club; A Capella; Madrigals; Footlights Vice
Pres.; Key Club; Pep Club; Human Relations;
Nat. Honor Soc; Student Council Treasurer;
SPENCER, PORTIA- Senior Council; Junior Pol-
icy; Vaudeville Act Chairman; 72, 73, 74, 75
Vaudeville, Pep Club; Float Chairman; Career
Sampling, Le Cercle Francais; Nat. Honor Soc;
Student Council; Thespians; DAR Award; Art
Above— Senior Council practices what it did best.
SUGGS, JO ANN
Below-With outstretched eyes and steady arms, Tim
Graduation, the Perfect
SULLIVAN, CAROL-Library Asst.;
SWANSON, CYNTHIA-Sec/Treas. Ger-
man Club; Career Sampling; Nat. Honor
Soc.; Junior Grad.
TAYLOR, JENNIFER-True Blue; Spanish
Club; Pep Club; Library Asst.; Y-Teens;
Who's Who in High School.
TAYLOR, MICHAEL-Vars. Basketball.
Above— In a contest to see who can play loudest, these se-
nior trombone players concentrate heavily on the music
Below— These sexy legs belong to two of our star athletes,
who entered the Echo "Best-Looking Legs" contest in
THOMAS, MARILYN-Spanish Club; Pep
Club; Career Sampling; Footlights; Math
Club; Who's Who in High School; Junior
Achievement; Swimming Club.
TOOLEY, RONALD-Var. Baseball,
Bowling; Letterman; Library Asst.; Stage
Crew; Young Life.
TUCKER, ARTHER-C Band; Stage Crew;
Climax to a Perfect Year.
TURNER, PAULA KIM-Pep Club; Ca-
reer Sampling; Key Club; Girl's League;
True Blue; Nat. Honor Soc; Human Re-
lations Council; Library Asst.; Y-Teens;
Honor Studies Program; Who's Who in
WALKER, SHARON-Girls' Drill Team;
ROTC; Latin Club.
WALSTON, BRENDA-True Blue; Span-
ish Club; Career Sampling
WALTON, MIA-LON-74 Jr. Vaudeville;
ECHO Page Editor; Spanish Club; Pep
Club; Sr. Float Comm.; Key Club; Career
Sampling; Quill and Scroll; Nat. Honor
Soc; Library Asst.; Y-Teens; Most Prom-
ising Journalist Award.
WARE, JACKIE-74 Jr. Vaudeville; Track;
Career Sampling; Letterman; Human Re-
lations; Student Council; Girl's Basket-
ball; Volleyball; Library Asst.
WETHINGTON, DENISE-Jr. Policy;
Vaudeville; Glee Club; A Cappella; Jr.
Prom Com.; Library Asst.; ANNUAL Staff;
WHITE, DAVID-74 Jr. Vaudeville;
ECHO Editor-in-chief; New Bureau; Key
Club; Golf; Tennis; Bowling; Soccer; Res.
Baseball; Chess Club; Exercise in Know.;
Quill and Scroll; Letterman; Nat. Honor
Soc; Outstanding Teenager of America.
New Things to
Come as High
The Class of 75 will look back on their
four years at Shortridge with a kaleido-
scope of memories. There will always
linger in the mind of every class member
a unique collection of experiences and
events that will characterize his or her
high school years and bring about that
occasional good feeling that comes with
Ron Tooiey gives an S-H-O-R-T-R-l-D-G-E as he
leads a cheer during a heated pep session.
WILLIAMS, DEBRA-Career Sampling;
WILLIAMS, EMMA SUE-Great Books
Club; Junior Achievement.
WILLIAMS, KERRY-Var., Res. Baseball;
Lettermens' Club; Stage Crew
WILLIAMS, MARY ANN-Glee Club;
Girls' League; True Blue; Track
WILLIAMS, THOMAS-Senior Council;
Junior Policy; Vaudeville Act Chairman;
72, 75 Vaudeville; Annual; Footlights;
Key Club; Pres. Nat. Honor Soc; Pres.
Human Relations; Pres. Student Council;
Pres. Thespians; Nat. Achievement Semi-
finalist; NCTE Certificate; Who's Who in
WILSON, CECILE-Junior Policy; True
Blue; Girls' Drill Team; Pep Club; Career
Sampling; Red Cross Club; Y-Teens;
ROTC; Who's Who in High School; Mili-
. tary Ball Queen 1972.
WILSON, DIANNE-Senior Council;
True Blue; Career Sampling; Spanish
Club; Student Council.
WISEMAN, JAMES-74 Vaudeville; Glee
Club; Varsity Football; Track; Career
Sampling; Lettermens' Club; ROTC.
WOODSON, ROGER-Bowling; Cross
YOWELL, DANA BERNICE-74 Vaude-
ville; Senior Council; News Bureau Asso-
ciate Ed.; Junior Policy; True Blue; Girls'
League; Pep Club; Career Sampling;
1: Sec/Treas. Footlights; Key Club; Quill
and Scroll; Human Relations; Library;
Seeking the future,
While the evanescent
Past fades like darkness
at the sunrise.
Taking a new step,
While the security and
Certainty of the present
Crumbles on the edges.
Reaching an old dream,
With the persistence and
Courage that made it
Vaudeville Uses Professional Scripts
For the first year, the junior class
elected all women officers, with
Kay Debow as Pres., Michele
McClure as V.-Pres., LaDonna
Puckett Sec. and Lynn Davis Treas.
Junior Policy was hard at work to
raise money for Junior Vaudeville.
They tried something new this year
by making all five acts scripts from
Carol Burnett. Gloria Myers, as
chairman of V.V., was in charge of
putting the show, including inter-
mission acts, together.
Shawn Allison, Derek D. An-
derson, Kim Anthony, Fostena
Bacon, Jacqueline Bacon, An-
Debbie Baker, Evelyn Barnett,
Joseph Beck, Carnise Bell, Pa-
tricia Benning, Elester
Cynthia Beverly, Tony Bibbs,
Vera Bickett, Belinda Bi-
ngham, Dwight Birdsong,
Ginger Blumenthal, Marvin
Boatright, Patricia Bowes, Pa-
tricia Boyd, Leslie Bridge-
water, Michele Brown.
Wilbert Buckner, Charles
Bush, Audrene Byrd, Kenneth
Caldwell, Karen Campbell,
Freddie demons, Barbara
Coleman, Carolyn Coleman,
Lawrence Coleman, Mark
Coles, Roger Cooper.
Debora Cougan, Karen Cross-
land, Donald Crumpton, Ron-
ald Crumpton, Michele Davis,
Junior Policy: Front row-Karen Crossland, Theresa Joyce, Michele McClure, Kayanne Debow, LaDonna
Puckett, Gloria Myers, Ms. Susan McNiel— sponsor; Second row— Bill McClure, Betsey Hatchel, LaNita Sand-
ers, Alice Terry, Richy Howell, Karen Bledsoe, Carol Ray, Sherman Malone, Jim DeFrantz; Third row— Nor-
man Allen, Elizabeth Snorton, Debbie Cougan, Jeanine Herold, Janet Carter, Georgette Fraction, Linda Over-
ton, Denise Wethington.
Above— "Home was never like this,"
says junior Cynthia Foreman at the
Kayanne Debow, Clifton Dol-
lison, Suzy Dove, Tricia Duck-
worth, LaTanya Duncan,
Danny Dunlap, Kimberly
Dycus, Carlette Elliot, Ronnie
Harry Ennis, Sandra Ervin, Julie
Evans, Vanjean Edwards,
Thelma Farley, Denise Fields,
Kenneth Fields, Cherrie Flip-
pen, Anne Fine.
Gary Fisher, Gary Flowers, Cy-
nthia Foreman, Georgette
Fraction, Adrian Franklin, An-
ita Franklin, Kevin Fuqua,
Ricky Gaddis, Bradley Garing.
Racquel Garvin, Donald
Colder, Louis Goldman, Grant
Goodrich, Becky Gordon, In-
grid Grant, Rayford Griffin,
Wendell Hall, Christopher
Brenda Harmon, Kenneth
Harper, Joe Hart, Betsey
Hatchel, Kirk Hawkins, Rach-
eal Hayes, Richard Heard, Sa-
rah Helmer, Francis Hender-
Above-"Don't stall in the hall," Bob Scanlon seems to be saying to junior
Right— Marcellus Greene pulls back on defense waiting for the Brebeuf drive
on the basket during a tense moment of a Shortridge winning game.
Thinking about writing "the great Ameri
Class of 76 Elects First Woman President
David Henson, Nancy Hernly,
Cathy Herod, Jeanine Herold,
Deborah Hester, Leah Hicker-
son, Melvina Hill, Sherry Hol-
land, )ulia House.
Randy Howell, Ricky Howell,
Sheryl Hunt, Debra Jones,
Doris Jones, Karen Jones, Mar-
lene Jones, Sandra Jones, Tal-
Gale Jordan, Theresa Joyce,
Arnold Keith, Donald Kelly,
Beth Ann Kennedy, Leatha
Kennedy, Milton Keys, Dianne
Lawrence, David Lawson.
Patricia Lee, Arnold Lewis,
Kim Lindsey, Terry Lisenby,
Vikki Locke, David Lockhart,
Terri Lyons, Diane Martin,
Kyle Mason, Johnny Mathis,
Victor McCarley, Alice Mc-
Clendon, Anthony McClen-
don, Michele McClure,
William McClure, Robert
McDaniels, Paula Mcintosh.
Shirley McQueen, Anthony
Middleton, Diana Miller, Gary
Mitchell, Sandra Mitchell, Da-
vid Morris, Matthew Murphy,
Linda Myers, Shelly Napier.
Patricia Nicholas, Kelley Os-
good, Linda Overton, Terry
Paicely, Sheila Patton, John
Peacock, Carol Pell, Gerald
Perkins, Jay Phelps.
Patrice Phelps, Terri Pierson,
Alfreda Polin, David Pope,
Joni Poole, LaDonna Puckett,
Ronnella Radford, Mary
Radcliff, Carol Ray.
Andrew Richardson, Greg
Roach, Connie Roberts, Linda
Roberts, Edward Robinson,
Delores Roddy, Nancy Rode-
heffer, Clarence Rodgers,
Carolyn Rosenthal, Yvonne
Ross, Richard Rourke, Elsie
Rowe, Lewis Ryker, LaNita
Sanders, Sandy Sargent, Tim-
othy Sayle, Sandi Schwarzin.
Calvin Schockley, Byron
Smith, Cathy Smith, Craig
Smith, )ohn Smith, Catrina
Smith, Kurt Smith, Reggie
Smith, Elizabeth Snorton.
Rhonda Solmon, Sharon Sper-
man, Laura Spinks, Tim Steam,
Annette Stevenson, Jean
Stocks, Denise Swanigan,
Cindy Swanson, Kenneth
Above-Junior Terri Williams is entranced by what her instructor is describing in
Paul Taylor, Sharon Taylor,
Alice Terry, Anthony Terry,
Vaughn Terry, Valencia
LaRee Thomas, David Thu-
manter, Dennis Thumin, Barry
Tipton, Robert Towns, Cheryl
David Tucker, Kathy Turner,
Kim Turner, Marion Turner,
Debra Tyson, Renee Tyson.
Dennis Vaughn, Odell Wald,
Charles Wallen, juanita Wal-
ters, Christine Walther, Diane
Denise Wethington, Rose
Wheat, Benjamin White, Carol
White, Angie Wickers, Dale
Ed Williams, Lennette Wil-
liams, LeNore Williams, Ste-
ven Williams, Willis Hayes,
Fred Wilson, Patricia Wilson,
Roselyn Wilson, Charles Wim-
bleduff, Brigitte Winters, Larry
Elizabeth Woodruff, Jacque-
lyne Woods, Rita Woods, Tim
York, George Yowell, Detra
Below-Devil football fans make final adjustments on Right-Kayanne Debow discusses a point in her black lit
their team— entrance hoop. erature book with teacher Ms. Cooper.
Above-At Quiz Team practice, Charles Wimbleduff tensely awaits the
Ricky Howell concentrates on a chalk drawing in art class.
Braves, Your Graves are Ready" Wins First
Sophomore Council: Front row— Andy Cobb,— Sergeant-at-Arms, Peggy Smith— Sec, David Finnell— Pres.,
Laurie Garrett, Sharon Blankenbaker; Second row— Ulysses Terry, Krysti Wagener, Becky Lingeman, Margeur-
ite Hazelwood, Tanya Newbolt, Everett Shockley, Ms. Greenwood— sponsor; Third row— Carolyn Watkins,
Susan Gordon, Karen Anderson, Susan Shaw, Patricia Parker, Ruth Hunt, Judy Marrs.
The sophomores were excited
when they beat the other classes in
the float competition. Their float,
saying "Braves, Your Graves are
Ready," was built at the house of
The Sophomore Council elected as
President David Finnell, Tammye
Brown was Vice-President, Peggy
Smith Secretary, Helen Russell
Treasurer, and Andy Cobb Ser-
geant-at-Arms. They sponsored a
drive for canned goods at Thanks-
giving, which were turned over to
the school Social Worker to be
given to needy people. They also
gave a program in honor of Martin
Luther King in January.
Above-Sophomore Susan Shaw gets ready to return a fast serve
from a fellow team member in a spirited moment of volleyball
Roger Adams, Tony Adams,
Delbert Akers, Gene Allen.
Louis Allen, Rochelle Allender,
Blake Alexander, Sherry
Gregory Anderson, Johnathon
Anderson, Karen Anderson,
Tommie Anderson, Lydia Ash-
anin, Vera Austin, Alfreda
Ethel Baker, Fern Balingit,
Merilynn Bankhead, Carlos
Gerald Barker, Gregory Bate-
man, Greg Bates, Carolyn
Dan Beck, Wendy Beidleman,
Craig Bell, Sandra Benson.
Above— Holiday Greetings, displayed by the sophomore class, catch
the eyes of Percy Bland and Delrhonda Wimbleduff.
Right— Sophomores sway at the Homecoming Dance to the rhythm
of Black Thorn Rose.
George Berry, David Beuke,
Stevie Beverly, Pamela Bibbs,
Kerry Bingham, Anthony Bird-
song, Yulinda Blackmon,
Percy Bland, Sharon Blank-
Dione Bledsoe, Jerry Bonner,
Tammye Bonner, Kevin
Booker, Julie Bose, Beth Bot-
tos, Levon Boyd, Helena Brad-
ford, Dwight Brown.
Gene Brown, Linda Brown,
Stephen Brown, Michael Bull-
ock, Lynette Burnam, Delbo-
rah Burrus, Charlotte Burton,
Debora Butler, Terri Cade.
Cynthia Caldwell, Lula Carter,
Terri Carter, Ivan Caudle, Ka-
ren Chambers, David Clark,
Donald Clark, Donna Clark,
Andy Cobb, Tammy Cockrell,
Marsha Coe, Michael Cole-
man, Donna Collins, Keely
Collins, Kent Collins, Garfield
Cooper, Pam Crawford.
JoAnn Crumpton, Deborah
Cumming, Earnest Cunning-
ham, Leon Dailey, Alan Dav-
enport, Aspher Davis, Brian
Davis, Cheryl Davis, Dirk
Carla Dillard, Gordon Dove,
Jerry Dunford, Stanley Dun-
son, Steven Durham, Anthony
Easley, Darlene Edwards, JoEI-
len Eldridge, Charles Evans.
Peggie Evans, Raymond Fields,
Ricky Fields, Tony Fields, Da-
vid Finnell, Sandra Fisher,
Donna Fleming, India Flem-
monds, Kevin Flemmonds.
Amanda Fletcher, Mike Fra-
sure, Anna Fuqua, Frederick
Gaddis, Patsy Gains, Laurie
Garrett, Karla Gay, Leonard
Gilbert, Tony Gilbert.
Wanda Gillespie, Susan Gor-
don, Tina Gray, Robin Griffin,
Chris Gruver, Pamela Hall,
Theresa Hall, Reginald Hamil-
ton, Jonas Hampton.
Anthony Harmon, David Har-
per, Terry Harper, David
Hauck, Alfred Hayes, Darla
Hayes, Marguerite Hazel-
wood, Alvin Hester, David
)ohn Hinant, Frank Hines,
Sherryl Honiston, Debra
House, Mary Howard, Ricky
Howard, David Howell, Ruth
Hunt, Cathy Hunter.
Diverse Interests Captivate Sophomore Stars
Dan Beck shows the top form which won him the City Tennis Championship as he retujjj£a|
f it," says sophomore Margie Ringel as she studies a difficult
Tim Huse, Danny Jackson,
Doris Jackson, John Jackson,
Victoria Jeffery, Gregory Jen-
kins, Darlene Jewell, Brown
Jones, Donita Jones.
Dorothy Jones, Malcolm
Jones, Natasha Jones, Sherri
Jones, Jackie Keeylen, John
Kelly, Morgen Kemper, Linda
Shirley Keys, Rhonda King,
Paul Knox, Delia Lacey, Joan
LaFollette, Beverley Lee, Lecia
Lee, Vernon Lee, Rebecca
Shelly Lewis, Becky Lingeman,
Lance Lipkins, Janet Lightfoot,
Valerie Locke, Viola Love,
LaWarda Lyles, Wayne Mad-
dox, Verdonna Malone.
Clyde Manuel, Judy Marrs,
Linda McClure, Diane
McKune, Andy McLaughlin,
Robert McNeal, Eric Mc-
Williams, Greg Myers, Barbra
Rodney Middleton, Arthur
Miles, Karen Milgate, Lisa
Miller, Tiawana Miller, Anita
Minor, Crystal M inter, Mary
Mixon, Steve Moffett.
Lowayne Montgomery, David
Moore, Sherrae Moore,
Dwane Moorer, Susan Moran,
Vickie Morris, Peter Moss,
Charles Murphy, Emerson
Wayne Murry, Wyena Murry,
Albert Musgrove, Brenda
Nance, Deborah Nelson,
Margo Nelson, Larren New,
Tanya Newbolt, Elvira Nolcox.
Scott Norris, Carla Owens,
Doug Paris, Bertha Parker, Pa-
tricia Parker, Ivery Peacock,
Debra Perdue, Brenda Per-
vine, Michelle Phillips.
Thomas Pittman, Clinton Polk,
Laura Porterfield, Charles
Quarles, Carron Radford,
Wayne Rainey, Sherrie
Reeves, Brenda Renolds.
Rita Rice, Clax Richardson,
Martha Richardson, Margie
Ringle, Antoinette Robinson,
Oscar Roddy, Estalita Rodgers,
Fred Rose, Annie Rosenthal.
Mary Rowe, Helen Russell,
Michael Sallee, Matilda Gerry
Sanders, Mark Sanders, Susan
Shaw, Everett Shockley,
Denise Sims, Vernetta Single-
ton, Anita Slatter, Johnnie
Smith, June Smith, Karen
Smith, Kim Smith, Peggy
Smith, Reggie Smith.
Vanessa Smith, Elizabeth
Smitha, Scott Solterman, Keith
Spencer, Brenda Stanback,
Lisa Stegall, Bennie Stigler,
Fred Stokes, Julie Stone.
Becky Strickland, Eric Strick-
land, Tanya Stuart, Danny Sul-
lavan, Michell Summer, Kalista
Swift, Norma Talley, Mark Tat-
man, Glenn Taylor.
Brenda Terrell, Ulysses Terry,
Leonard Thomas, Julius Thom-
son, Charles Tinsley, Jeffrey
Tipton, Betty Townsel, Re-
becca Townsend, Dean
Diane Triplett, Louise Trotter,
Randolf Tucker, William
Tuggle, Jill Turman, Michelle
Turner, Milderd Tyler, Anna
Vaughn, Dante Ventresca.
Krgsti Wagener, Patricia
Walker, Thomas Wallen, Stacy
Walton, Alyce Ward, Marvin
Ward, Julia Ware, Annette
Washum, Annie Watkins.
Carolyn Watkins, Sylvia Wat-
kins, Darrell Watts, Donald
White, Glenda White, Johnny
White, Janet Whitmore, Betty
Williams, Brenda Williams.
Martha Williams, Robert Wil-
liams, Sirena Willis, Delrhonda
Wimbleduff, Bernard Woods,
Cheryl Woods, Marvin
Woods, Joe York, Henry
Lower left— Math can call for a lot of concentration as sophomore Fern Balingit
demonstrates by her attention to the subject at hand.
Below— "Cheerleading is fun!" think three sophomore cheerleaders as they
watch the action on the floor.
'Ridge Welcomes Largest Group Ever of Frosh
The class of 78 was the largest fresh-
man class ever to have entered Short-
ridge thus far. The freshmen came
from such feeder schools as 86, 59,
Kennedy, and Mapleton-Fall Creek.
Comprised of 597 students, the class
of 78 was able to establish itself in
many extra-curricular activities. The
freshman football team finished the
season with a 8-1-1 record, and this
was the first year there were freshman
girls on the Pom-pom girl squad.
Although they had no sponsor, the
freshmen elected class officers. They
were: Kim Sanders— Pres., Margaret
Dumetz— V. Pres., Phyllis Brown— Sec,
and Robbie Davis— Treas.
Mr. Trabue, the freshman counselor,
said that this freshman class was the
most energetic he had seen in a long
Freshman Council officers: Mr. Rod Trabue-counselor, Phyllis Brown-Sec, Robbie Davis-Treas., Marga-
ret Dumetz— V. Pres., Kim Sanders— Pres.
Dennis Allen, Keith Allender,
Carijane Alley, D'wayne An-
derson, Freddie Anderson,
Yvonna Anderson, Richard
Armstrong, Tim Bankhead,
Mitchell Banks, Daniel Bar-
low, David Barlow, )udy Barn-
ett, Tony Bass, Scott Bate,
Camille Batties, Ann Bell,
Ricky Berry, Pannie Berryhill,
Pattie Blackburn, Theresa
Blackwell, Angie Bland, An-
thony Blane, Jill Blumenthal,
Clyde Bolden, John Bose.
Diane Boyd, Timothy Boyd,
Karen Bradley, Susan Branden,
Carolyn Braxton, Curtis Bray,
Rodella Bridges, Mike
Broadus, Nick Broadus.
Charles Brown, Curtis Brown,
Elnora Brown, Joe Brown, Jo-
seph Brown, Kathy Brown,
Kim Brown, Laurie Brown,
Phillis Brown, Roxie Brown,
Sandra Brown, Steven Brown,
William Brown, Carla Bullock,
Kim Buntin, Phillip Birch,
Vickie Burrell, Michael Butler,
Sherri Buxton, Pam Byrd,
Gregory Cager, Tamika Camp-
bell, Francine Casey, Marlin
Terrie Caudle, Rosemarie
Chislom, Joann Cissell, Lisa
demons, Davey Coleman,
Robert Coleman, George Col-
lins, Jeffrey Collins, Loretta
Rita Corbin, Vernell Crabtree,
Diane Craig, Carl Cruse, An-
thony Cushenberry, Jennifer
Daniell, Jeffrey Daniels, Carla
Davidson, Dianna Davidson.
Darren Davis, Earl Davis, Oth-
ella Davis, Ricky Davis, Robert
Davis, Stephanie Davis, Joey
Dawson, Bill Debow, Bart
Burt Dickerson, Charlene
Dixon, David Dixon, Rhonda
Dobbins, Michelle Dockery,
Kim Dotson, Kenneth Duke,
Jerome Dumetz, Margaret
Charles Duncan, Harry Dun-
lap, Leroy Dunson, Jacque
Durham, Shawn Dycus, Phillip
Ealy, Elizabeth Earnhart, Billy
Easley, Gloria Edmonds.
Yvette Edmonds, Danny Ed-
mondson, Andrew Edwards,
William Edwards, Terry Elliot,
Becky Ellis, Brenda Ennis, Lil-
lian Ervin, Cathy Eubanks.
Richard Evans, Steven Evans,
Cora Fisher, Thomas Flowers,
Pamela Floyd, Joyce Ford, Yu-
suf Ford, Nigel Foreman, Ken-
Theresa Franklin, Richard
Friznzle, Jerii Gallagher, Dale
Gant, Elvina Gibson, John Gib-
son, Richard Gibson, Greg
Goodrich, Barbara Gordon.
Clyde Gray, Michael Gray, Ja-
nice Green, Donald Greene,
Beatrice Gregory, Melvin Grif-
fin, James Gruver, Carolyn
Hampton, Debbie Hankins.
Thelesia Haralson, Gail Hardi-
man, Hans Harper, Doshia
Harris, Ernest Harris, Sharon
Harris, Terry Harris, Osman
Haslam, Ann Hatchel.
Kent Hayes, Sheila Hayes, Tim
Hernly, Glen Herod, Paulette
Hightower, Brett Hill, John
Hill, Dwight Hilliard, Benjamin
April Hutchinson, Eva Hum-
phreys, Patrice Howard, Ray-
mond Howard, Michae
House, David Hoesman, Wil-
liam Hockett, Clifford ]ackson,
Sherene Jackson, John Jewell,
Rosemarie Johnson, Theresa
Johnson, Celeste Jones, Donna
Jones, Dorothea Jones, Ca-
brielle Jones, Holli Jones.
Kathy Jones, Kenneth Jones,
Mai Jones, Michelle Jones, Te-
resa Jones, Tommy Jones,
Dexter Jordon, Adrian Joyce,
Lana Lewis, lllana Leflore,
Matthew Lawson, Andrew
Laury, Sheryl Langford,
Charles Knight, Andy Kuhn,
Leroy Kilgore, Jeffrey Kelly.
Deborah Lightfoot, Terry Li-
senbee, Esther Little, Angela
Lively, Joyce Lucas, Twyiana
Malone, Laura Martin, Phillip
Martin, David Mathis.
Tony Matthew, Duke Mat-
thews, Lisbette Maure, Tonia
Maxey, Darlean May, Garnett
McClendon, Vanessa Mc-
Clendon, Rita McClury, Linda
Arnell McCullough, Robert
McDanials, Marcia McFarland,
Micheal McGrady, Calvin
McKeller, Larry McKinney,
John McKune, Joe Mc-
Laughlin, Pam McSwine.
Above-Freshmen play football too! Two Frosh close in on an opposing player as he tries
to make yardage.
Above-Guarding "tight" in a close Frosh game, Delbert Akers
shows concentration on his opponent.
Cecilia Mick, Bryan Milas,
Barbi Milgate, Shari Miller,
Tonya Miller, Jeffrey Minor,
Paul Mitchell, Stanley Mitchell,
Diana Moore, Susan Moore,
Teresa Moore, Theresa
Moore, Rebecca Moss, Angela
Murphy, Benita Murphy, Da-
vid Murphy, Cathy Murry.
Patricia Musgrove, Harvet
Nance, Lloyd Nance, Regina
Neblett, Maria Nelson, Andrea
Newbolt, Wendi Ney, Irwin
Oliver, Lori Parks.
Janet Patterson, Connie Pat-
ton, Reno Patton, Mike Pell,
Bonita Pepper, Lamont Per-
kins, Alfred Person, Barbara
Phillips, Chester Pierson.
Hope Pierson, Tanya Polin,
Clinton Polk, Darrell Poston,
Beverly Powell, Deborah
Powell, Lorraine Powell, Willie
Powell, Thomas Preer.
Tammy Pringle, Russell Qua-
rles, John Radford, Donnisha
Ransom, Mark Raver, Paul
Rice, Terri Rice, Freddie Rich-
ardson, Scott Rivers.
Darryl Roach, Andrew Robin-
son, Robin Roddy, Paulett
Rodgers, Katherine Rogers,
Jacqueline Rourke, Deanne
Salters, Kim Sanders, Michael
Above— Freshman gather around Ms. Hunt as they get readv for action.
Left— "Don't string me along," Marlin Casey seems to be saying as he rests from his musical
Bilesa Sapp, Liz Satterthwaite,
Graylin Seals, Barbra Shannon,
James Sharp, Teresa Sims, An-
drew Smith, Brian Smith,
Cina Smith, Katrina Smith,
Bobby Smith, Sharron Smith,
Wayne Smith, Kenneth Spear-
man, Jonathon Steagall, An-
thony Steward, Barbra
Gail Scott, Karen Stovall, Ani-
tra Suber, Kathy Sublett,
Debra Sullivan, Derick Sum-
mers, David Summerville,
Sheila Talley, Robert Tandy.
Michelle Tarrants, Odie Tate,
Mike Taylor, Paul Taylor,
Ricky Taylor, Sandy Taylor,
Thomas Taylor, David Terrell,
Mark Thomas, Shirley Thomas,
Jeffry Thompson, Vernetta
Thompson, Haskell Thomson,
Wayne Thrailkill, )ulius Tram-
mer, Anthony Tubbs, Lori
Anthony Turner, Susan Up-
shaw, Donna Jean Veden,
Robin Vaughn, Sandra Ve-
neble, David Walker, Linda
Walker, Anita Wallen, Be-
Phillip Walton, Adair Ward,
Joseph Ward, Sheila Ward,
Jerry Waters, Doug Watson,
Brian Wells, Charles West-
moreland, Sheila White.
Susan White, Brenda Williams,
Linda Williams, Ricky Wil-
liams, Toni Williams, Gerlalyn
Wilson, Rhonda Wilson, Wal-
ter Wilson, Paul Woodard,
Tony Wooden, Callie Wood-
ford, Dwayne Wyatt, Brenda
Above— Sharon Blankenbaker for Richard's Market Basket.
Right-Lamont Gilbert, Coach Don Thomas, and Joe Hart For
Stokley Van Camp.
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'Ridge Annual Patrons
Theresa Hazelwood (T-Haze)
Mrs. Janet Hernly
Humphrey & Matilda
Ms. Jean Jackson
Mrs. A. Kincaide
Lynn F. Kincaide
Krissy and C.C.
Matildah Meek & Son Myron
Myron Meek & mother Matildah
The 18 Maures
The Melvin M. Meek Family
Mr. & Mrs. Clark L. Osborn
Robert Lewis Ryker Esq.
Rebecca J. Strickland (BECK*)
David J. Whighhight
The Wilkes Belles
Mrs. Mary Wills
The managers of Seven-Eleven Supermarkets as-
sure their customers of the finest quality food.
Congrats to the
Class of '75 from
Family and the
Front row— Marvin Meek, Matildah Meek, Crammah Meek, Myrtle Meek Valenski, Mel-
vin Meek, Jr. Second row— Marthah Meek, Albertah Meek, Melvin M. Meek, Sr., Marvah
Mild Meek. Not pictured— Henry Valenski, Milton Mild, Myron Meek.
Adams, Alycia 33, 49
Akers, Delbert * 139
Alexander, Patricia 65, 96
Allen, Gene 50
Allen, James 41, 65
Allen, Norman 1 26
Allen, Sylvia 22
Alley, Jay 65, 84, 88
Allison, Shawn 34
Anderson, Karen 49, 132
Anderson, Kevin 49
Anderson, Leslie 35
ANNUAL , 70
Armstrong, Ricky 52
ART CLUB 62
Ashanin, Lydia 32, 47, 48, 58, 67, 70
Avery, Dennis 34, 65, 84
Bacon, Fostena 41
Bailey, Slim 58
Baker, Hoover 32
Baker, John 49
Baker, Ray 76, 77
Balingit, Fern 136
Ballow, Mattie 28
BAND , 50
Banks, Allen 34, 84, 85, 86
Banks, Carlos 50
Banks, Mitchell 84
Barlow, David 90
Barrett, Evelyn 41
Barrett, Kenneth 41
Beamen, Tanya 22
Beck, Dan 79, 134, 100
Beck, Joe 84, 90
Behling, Leonard 50
Beidelman, Wendi 47, 50, 58, 70
Bell, Ann 63
Bell, India 37, 40
Beltran, Ricardo 46
Bembry, Kathy 62, 65, 96
Benn, James 41, 48, 54, 58, 60, 62, 70
Bentley, Larry 50, 80
Benton, Barbara 18
Bereveskos, Spiro 78
Beuke, David 47
Beverly, Leon 84
Bibs, Tony 84
Bingham, Cary 92
Birdsong, Anthony 20
Black, Kathy 47
Blackmon, Yulinda 92, 93
Bland, Angie 68, 70
Bland, Percy 68, 133
Bland, William 36, 37, 62
Blankenbaker, Sharon 49, 132
Bledsoe, Karen 1 26
Blumenthal, Ginger 68, 47
Bohlander, Bruce 65, 98
Bolden, Clyde 70
Boler, Cecilia 54, 58
Bonner, Tammye 92
Bottos, Beth 48, 66, 68, 69
Boyd, Steve 90
Boyd, Tim 90
Brand, Christina 24
Branham, Brenda , 34, 35
Bray, Curtis 84
Breiner, Clayton 21
Brown, Clifford 20, 21
Brown, Gary 5, 25, 84
Brown, Gene 84
Brown, Laurie 97
Brown, Phyliss 31, 137
Brown, Sandra 22
Brown, Seline 34
Brown, Stephen 20
Brown, Thea 62, 65, 66, 68, 69, 92, 96
Buckner, Wilbert 50
Bullock, Carla 22
Buntin, Kim 40
Burk, Charles 17
Burks, Darrell 76
Burks, Derrick 76
Burks, Dwayne 17
Burnett, Abel 88
Burris, Mark 72, 84
Burton, Charlotte 52
Buxton, Judy 68
Campbell, Karen 55, 99
Cannon, Darnell 20, 84
Cantrell, Felicia 34
Carter, Janet 126
Carter, Joye 49, 58, 65, 92
Carter, Lula 96
Casey, Marlin 52, 141
Catus, Robert 14, 82
Cheffins, Harriet 22, 40
Chambers, Karen 22, 92
CHESS CLUB 43
Clayton, Rosalind 62
Clardy, Sue 54
Clemmons, Lisa 97
Cobb, Andy 47, 84, 132
Cochran, Richard 14
Cohen, Richard 11, 67, 68, 69
Coleman, Cindy 35
Coleman, Mary 93
Coleman, Starlott 22
Coles, Mark 26, 65, 84,
Collins, Jeffery 1 7
Collins, Loretta 40
Conway, Harold 55, 58,65
Cooper, Jimmy 34
Cooper, Joan 130
Coudon, David 65,84
Cougan, Debbie 29, 126
Crabtree, Vernell 22, 24
Craig, Diane 43
Crawford, Michael 48, 49
Crossland, Karen41, 49, 58, 67, 71, 97, 126
Crossland, Kerry 20
Crossland, Thomas 21, 65
Crowe, Greg 63
Daniel, Debra 54, 58
Davenport, Allen 37
Davidson, Diana 97
Davis, Earl 80
Davis, Lynn , 41, 62, 96, 127
Davis, Mary 18
Davis, Michelle 93, 96
Davis, Paul 62
Davis, Robbie 137
Davis, Robert 65
Davisson, Pete 84
Dawson, Jay 50
DeBow, Bill 72, 79
DeBow, Kayanne 96, 130, 126
DeFrantz, Jim 47, 50, 84, 1 26
Dollison, Cliff 63
Dorsey, Kim 55
Dove, Gordon 48, 50, 58, 67, 71
Dove, Suzy 48, 52, 66, 71
Dresser, Bill 65, 98
Driver, Leroy 65
Duckworth, Tricia 70
Dudley, Debra 65, 128
Dumetz, Margaret 70, 96, 137
Duncan, Charles 90
Dunford, Jerry 28
Dunlap, Harry 21
Dycus, Kimberly 22
Fuqua, Kevin 47
Ealy, Willie 80, 81 , 55
Earnhart, Elizabeth 49, 50
Easley, Billy 20
Easley, Deborah 22
Edmonds, Yvette 22
Edward, Andrew 90
Edwards, Darlene 97
Edwards, William 21
Elder, Greg 76
Ervin, Lillian 40
Ervin, Vicki 65
Esterline, Mary 41
Evans, Richard 84, 90
Evans, Rodney 20, 21, 22, 86
Fenceroy, Diana s.34
Ferguson, Velinda 41, 50, 52, 58
Fewell, John 65, 78, 79, 100
Fine, Anne 48, 62, 128
Finnell, David 52, 70, 132
Finnell, Gennifer 34
Fitzgerald, Charles 88
Fleener, Andrea 37
Fletcher, Amanda 22, 96, 97
Flowers, Thomas 84, 90
Foreman, Cynthia 96, 126, 128
Fraction, Georgette 58, 126
France, Kendal 84
France, Selina 41, 48, 58, 65, 72, 92, 93
Freeland, Ronald 31
FRENCH CLUB 48
French, Liz 41, 62, 67, 70
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 90
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 84
Frizzle, Richard 20
Fuqua, Anna 19
Gaines, Dywayne 47
Gallagher, Jamie 27, 78
Gallagher, Jeri 33
Gallespie, Walter 84
Gardner, Laurie 50
Garing, Bradley 20, 47, 48, 67, 68
Garland, Henson 80
Garrett, Judy 35, 50, 65, 97
Garrett, Laurie 50, 37, 13
Gelb, Teddy 55
Gilbert, Lamont 88
Gilbert, Tony 52
Gillespie, Wanda 52
GIRLS' BASKETBALL 94
GIRLS' TRACK TEAM 92
Gissendanner, John 98
Glickert, Kris 47
Goldman, Louis 20
Goodrich, Donna 22
Goodson, Dwight 68, 84
Gordon, Becky 47, 50
Gordon, Callie 35
Gordon, Susan 49, 50, 132
Grant, Cassandra 35, 93
Grant, Ingrid 93
Grant, James 50, 84
Grant, Nancy 93
Grasston, David 79
Gray, Gerald 20
Gray, Michael 21
GREAT BOOKS 67
Greene, Marcellus 65, 84, 88, 1 27
Greenwade, Gerald 34, 65, 84
Greenwood, Jacqueline 31, 132
Greg, Richard 55
Gruver, Jim 84, 90
Hale, Valerie 22
Hall, Theresa 22
Hall, Wendell 65, 84
Hamilton, Chris 36
Hamilton, Wayne 65, 84
Hammer, David 33
Hampton, Jonas 20
Haralson, Moses 41, 65
Harper, David 98
Harris, Bernie 25
Hart, Joe 88
Haslam, Oslam 21, 84
Hatchel, Betsey 47, 70, 126
Hauck, David 47
Hausmann, James 80
Hawkins, Brian 65
Hayes, Alfred 20
Hayes, Kent 20, 67
Haynes, John 76, 84
Hazelwood, Margeurite 48, 132
Hazelwood, Theresa 65, 66, 68, 69
Heard, Richard 38, 42, 43, 68, 78
Helmer, Sarah 47
Henson, David 21
Hernly, Nancy 48, 62, 66, 67, 70
Hernly, Tim 68
Herod, Cathy 48, 50
Herod, Glenn 50
Herold, Jeanine 54, 126
Hester, Larry 20
Hickerson, Leah 48, 62, 66, 70
Hill, Brett 84, 90
Hinant, John 43
Hines, Frank 50, 84
Hocket, William 90
Holstein, Chuck 78
Honiston, Sherri 63
House, Julia 22, 23
House, Mike 90
Houston, Robert 15, 70
Howard, Rickey 21, 68, 69
Howell, Ricky 126, 131
Hunt, Ruth 49, 51, 132
Hunt, Sandra 24, 40, 141
Huxhold, David....61 , 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 84
Irby, Danny 47
Jackson, Brenda 365
Jackson, Cliff 84
Jackson, John 20
Jarrett, Ernest 54, 58
Jewell, Darlene 92, 93
Jewell, John 84
Johnson, James 58, 65
Johnson, Kathy 97
Johnson, Mark 90
Johnson, Teresa 22
Jones, Charyl 22
Jones, Crawford 65, 83, 84
Jones, Debra 22
Jones, Cabrieil .40, 50
Jones, Holli ...41
Jones, Jeff ery. ......54
Jones, Kathy 50, 97
Jones, Kenneth 84
Jones, Malcom 20
Jones, Michelle 50, 52, 65, 96, 97
Jones, Natasha .....................50, 96
Jones, Rick ........42, 43, 50
Jones, Talbert ....21
Jones, Tyler.. 41, 50, 56, 58, 60
Jordan, Dexter 21
Joyce, Adrain ......20
Joyce, Teresa ................68, 126
Joyner, Vivian.... 65, 97
Kennedy, Solomon 33, 42, 43, 49
KEY CLUB 64
Keys, Milton 62, 65, 75, 84
Kilgore, Leroy 30, 84, 90
King, Donald 78
Kirby, Connie 42
Knight, Charles 20
Kuhn, Linda..... 46
Lacey, Delia 92, 96
Lael, Larry 65, 76
LaFollette, Joan:. .....48, 52, 67
Lamb, Suzie 30
Lasher, Kieth 55, 58
LATIN CLUB 49
Lauray, Sharon 35
Lawson, David 98
Lee, David 47
LeForge, Becky ,.„...... 40
Lewis, Arnold 38, 50
Lewis, John... 16
Lightfoot, Debra 22
Lingeman, Becky 49,93, 132
Lipkins, Byron 50, 56, 84
Lisenby, Terry 37
Malone, Sherman v - 1 26
Malone, Twlyonna 31
Malone, Verdonna 41, 50
Marrs, Judy ...............132
Marrs, Judy 41 , 50, 68, 97, 1 32
Martin, Laura 48, 50
Mason, Kyle..... 84
Mathis, Doug 34
MAT MAIDS . ...96
Mathews, David....... 84
Matthews, Duke 31, 38, 63
McClendon, Garnett 84
McClure, Bill ...126, 129
McClure, Michele 1 26
McClury, Karla 34
McCray, Linda 93
McCree, Ernestine 5
Mcintosh, Paula 93
McLaughlin, Andy 79
McLaughlin, Steve 79
McNeil, Robert...... , 3, 52
McNeil, Susan 2, 126
Medjeski, John :'.. 50, 52
MEN'S ROTC 20, 21
Milgate, Karen 67
Miller, Dawn 18
Miller, Diane....... 26
Miller, Kevin 65,84
Miller, Lisa 50
Minor, Jauna , ..........34, 35
Mitchell, Sandra 22
Mitchell, Stanley 50
Mitchell, Paul...... 90
Monroe, Lenita..... 35
Moore, Debra ,....>,.... 14
Moore, Kenneth.. 80
Moore, Sherrae ., 37
Moore, Toni 13
Morgan, William 1 4
Morre, Joe 37, 55
Morris, David..... 55
Morris, Michael 54, 60, 80
Morrison, Pat 36
Mosley, George... 50, 54, 58, 60, 84
Moss, Pete 68, 84, 98
Moure, David 20
Murphy, Benita 22
Murphy, Karen 35
Murray, Wyena .....18
Murrell, Jeanine 56, 57, 58, 60, 65, 97
Murry, Wyena 37
Musgrove, Albert 19, 20, 47
Musgrove, Patricia .....52
Myers, Gloria 58,61,126
Napier, Gogi 41
Napier, Shelley 22
Nelson, Debbie 93
Nelson, Margo 5
New, Larren 50
Newbolt, DeeDee 41, 65
Newbolt, Tayna 65, 132
Nolcox, Blenda.... ....50, 62, 93, 96, 99
Nolcox, Elvira ....50, 93, 96
Oliver, Lewin 84
ORCH ESTRA 52
Osgood, Kelley 6, 47, 66, 71, 98
Overton, Linda ..126
Owens, Nick 41
Paicely, Faughn 39
Paicely, Terri 22
Parker, Carolyn..... 36
Parker, Patricia 132, 65, 62, 41
Parker, Rick.. 50,84
Parker, Sue .. 22
Parker, Thomas.... 34, 41, 62, 65
Patterson, Anthony. ..52
Patton, Nathaniel.... .......84
Peacock, Denise 13
Peacock, John .....................65, 84, 86
Person, Alfred .......50
Person, Velda . v .....22
Peters, Susan 34
Phillips, Barbra 22
Phinisee, Deniss 20
Pierson, Linda 34
Pipkin, Martel 16
Polin, Benton 55
Polin, Tanya 40
Polk, Clint 91
POM POM GIRLS 96
Poston, Darnell 84
Powell, Loraine 40
Proctor, Anthony 20
Puckett, LaDonna 68, 126
Nance, Francis........ 80, 81 Quarles, Robert 84
Quarles, Russell 84
QUILL & SCROLL 66
Rainey, Wayne 84
Ramsey, Edward :.........37, 41, 65, 98
Rasdell, Greg .90
Ratcliff, Craig 20, 65
Raver, Mark.......... 52
Ray, Carol ...68, 126, 128
Read, Dan ...65, 78, 79
Rector, Brad 34, 98
Reed, Sinifred ...34
Reeves, Duddy 65, 76, 77, 83, 84, 99
Rent, Linda..... 50
Rent, Rita 34,50
Repass, Lois 49
Reynolds, Brenda 40
Rice, Carl.... 55, 58,65
Rice, Sylvia 35
Richardson, Clax 38, 42, 43, 48
Richardson, Marty .97
Richardson, Roselyn 36, 37
Ringel, Margie 134
Ringel, Martha 49, 54, 56, 58
Robinson, Edward ...20
Roddy, Delores 48, 49, 50
Roddy, Robin 40, 50, 93
Rodeheffer, Nancy . ...65
Rodgers, Ester %
Roney, Marvin .....8, 88
Rooks, Debbie 58, 98
Ross, Buddy 50, 65, 82, 84, 85, 86
Ross, Derek. , : ..., ....90
Ross, Eddie ...50, 65, 80, 85
Roufke; Jackie ..........50
Rourke, Richard 85
Rowe, Sylvester... 1 5, 65
Rumer, Paul 65, 98
Rush, Tim .......6, 37, 65, 84
Russell, Helen............ ...68,92
Russell, Robert............. 63
Ryker, Lewis....41, 48, 58, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70
Sabens, Dave....... ............... ,78
Sanders, Eddie..... .76
Sanders, Kim... 137
Sanders, LaNita 1 26
Sanders, Mike 84
Sanders, Pat .....37
Sanders, Rhonda 40
Schwarzin, Sandi 54, 65
Scott, Norman 84
Seals, Greylin 20
Sears, Secherrie 31
Sharp, Valerie 22
Shaw, Susan 49, 93, 132
Shockley, Everett 132
Siegel, Jerry 50, 65, 84, 85
Singleteary, Charles 1 29
Slatter, Anita 97
Slatter, Barbara 92
Sledge, Stanley 84
Smeehuyzen, Tim 82, 84
Smith, Carol 29
Smith, Gail 54, 56, 57, 58
Smith, John 19, 50, 84
Smith, Peggy 41, 49, 96, 132
Smith, Randall 34
Smith, Tory 92
Smith, Wayne 84, 88
Snorton, Elizabeth.. 48, 49, 126
SOCCER CLUB 98
Soltermann, Scott 41 ,47, 61 , 58, 61 , 84
SPANISH CLUB ..49
Spears, Lucia 37, 58
Spencer, Portia.... .41, 49, 60, 99
Spinks, Laura .62
STAGE CREW 55
Starks, Michael ...20
Stearn, Tim 98
Stegall, Jonathon .21
Stegall, Lisa 49, 52
Steiner, Jerry 100
Stewart, Dariel 50
Stocks, Jean 27, 50
Stoe, Richard ..........................20, 21
Stokes, Fred .........50
Strickland, Becky...... 47, 50, 55, 58
Stuart, Tanya ..; 97
STUDENT COUNCIL ....... .....41
Sublett, Jeff ery 84
Sullivan, Debra.. ..........; 22
Sutherland, Allen .........10, 47; 48
Swanson, Cindy, 36, 37
Swarzin, Sandi 36, 37, 48, 58, 71
Sweatt, Jackie 65
Swift, Kalista * 52
SWIMMING CLUB 40
Taylor, Otha 62, 65, 85
TENNIS TEAM 79
Terry, Alice :..• 49, 52, 92, 126
Terry, Ulyssess ,.i 8, 132, 50
THESPIANS. %........ 58
Thompson, Robert...... ..2, 50, 54, 75
Thuma, David 42, 43, 66, 79
Tooley, Ronald 25, 55, 65, 76
Trabue, Rod 60, 84, 88, 90, 137
VARSITY BASKETBALL 88
VARSITY, RESERVE FOOTBALL 84
VARSITY WRESTLING 85
Vaughn, Robin 22
Ventresca, Dante 98
Wagener, Krysti 47, 49, 67, 132
Walton, Mia-Lon 65, 66, 68, 69
Ware, Julia ,.. 27, 47, 62
Waters, Terri 65, 97
Watkins, Carolyn 48, 52, 132
Watson, Doug. 90
Waycott, Deborah 32, 47
Weber, Robert 47, 98
Wells, Brian..... 70
Wethington, Denise 70, 126
White, Dave..........42, 43, 65, 66, 68, 78, 79
White, John 50, 65, 76, 84
Williams, Kerry 55, 65, 76
Wlliams, Lenette ., 52, 69
Williams, LeNore ... 52
Williams, Terri f . 58, 129
Williams, Thomas 41, 49, 58, 65, 70, 99
Wimbleduff, Charles 66, 69, 131
Wimbleduff, Delrhonda 68, 69, 133
Wiseman, James , 21
Woolridge, Anthony ......31
WOMEN'S ROTC 22
Woods, Gary 1 2
Woods, James ....20, 21, 22
Wright, Ervin 84, 85
Young, Brenda 97
Yowell, Dana 41, 65, 66, 68
"Shortridge High School was a very special place and I
loved it very much. It evoked in most people feelings of
great loyalty or great hatred— but never, that I knew of, in-
difference. I learned a great deal there, not only in classes,
but even more outside the school building itself, about
friendship, frustration, snobbery, uncertainty, bravado,
bravery, bluster, beauty, hurt and harm, loneliness and love.
It was, in short, very much like life, for better and worse-
life condensed into four short years and several crowded
hallways. I treasure Shortridge not only for the gifts it be-
stowed on me but also for the blows it dealt me, the hard
and lovely lessons I learned in and out of its classrooms that
basically seem to me still to apply, a quarter of a century
Dan Wakefield, Novelist-Journalist
Our thanks to Mr. Richard Johns and the High School Journalism Institute staff, Mr. Richard Cohen and
The Echo staff, Mr. Donald Oldham, Mr. Larry Glaze, our yearbook representative, Mr. Ed Sims and
National School Studios, Mr. Clarence Downey, our photographer, Ms. Webb and Ms. McNiel, the of-
fice personnel and the counselors, James Benn for the cover design, Suzanne Wells for getting us
started, and our deepest, most grateful and most sincere thanks to our dedicated staff and to our advi-
sor, Mr. Robert Houston.
I'd like to start by thanking Mr. Johns for giving me my basic
knowledge of yearbook editing. Thanks to Mr. Cohen for
the use of his friendly staff (only when he didn't need them,
of course). Thanks to all our industrious staff, and most es-
pecially to Suzy Dove, who often did more than her share,
to Gordon Dove, to Liz French and Sandi Schwarzin for
doing the undesirable odd jobs, to Brian Wells, and to
Thomas Williams for his ideas and cooperation. And most
of all I want to express my most heartfelt gratitude to our
patient Mr. Houston, and to Leah, without whose mar-
velous ideas and humor I would have cracked up. Thank
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And so ends the 1975 edition of the Shortridge Annual. I
sincerely thank all those individuals who sweated for this
yearbook: Mr. Houston, Liz, Suzy, Lewis, Thomas, Kelley,
and an especially big thank-you to my twin, Nancy. It's
been a lot of work and fun, and I'm not sure in what por-
portions. With the end of the year our self-pride is swept
away at saying good-bye to many friends for the summer.
And seniors leave 'Ridge perhaps with damp eyes and
surely many memories. With the title of Shortridge Alumni,
they leave with a certain feeling of Shortridge pride also in-
stilled in many others.
Co-Editor-in-Chief, 1975 Annual
Co-Editor-in-Chief, 1975 Annual