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When we came to Shortridge as 



^li ||.i freshmen, we had heard about how 

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f ]t \r ][ : udly called our school. One day some 

^ ^ — °^^ ' workmen came and put new doors on 

the front of our building; they were 
followed by men who installed new 
equipment in our cafeteria. There was 
only one word that could describe the 
way we felt when they started fixing 
up our old school — SERENITY. 

For when they put time and money 
into Shortridge, all 1865 of us knew 
that they weren't going to lock us out 
forever. Then the segregation bill was 
voted on and Shortridge definately 
wouldn't be closed. Finally, after all 
the "Save Shortridge " bumper stic- 
kers, pins, and T-shirts, we were 
saved. So, we settled back and en- 
joyed the long awaited — SERENITY. 






8:00 Monday Morning 

Yawning and sleepy-eyed, stu- hop off the bus or run across 

dents drift to school on Monday the practice field, arriving 

morning. Some arrive early and breathlessly in class as the 8:15 

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In both academic and voca- J'.^,,..^ 
tional classes students were at ~~lp 
ease. Even the painters charg- ^^^p^ 

ing through the rooms to paint -J\ 

windowsills at the beginning of IZ2[^ 
the year was thought of as "1 
another symbol of Shortridge's 
immortality and could not dis- 
turb the long sought — SEREN- 
ITY. 



STUDIES 



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LECTURES TEST TEACHERSTECHNIQUES 




Above — Mrs. Sandra Al-Amin assuringly tells her Right — Students must listen intently Far right — Stan Irwin 
students, "If you listen, you'll understand." to Mr. Alan Sutherland as he explains goes over several im- 

the intricacies of French grammar. portant points in Phys- 

ics. 



OH, THE SCRAMBLED SCHEDULES 




Far left — Elvira Nolcox, Carlos 
Banks, and Everett Shockley try to 
figure out the new Senior 
homeroom schedules. 



Left — Shortridge's veteran Se- 
nior Counselor, Mr. Jerry 
Steiner reviews Gene Allen's 
transcript. 



Above — Mrs. Cynthia Rohn, seen here with 
Loretta Collins is one of the 'Ridge's most 
popular personalities because of her help- 
ful advice. 





Below — Veronda Kyser appears surprised as Jeff Below — Journalism students Marguerite Hazelwood, 
Avery reveals a little-known fact from the encyclopedia. Clayton Richardson, and Kay Meade discuss the leading 

story for the next edition of the Shortridge Echo. 




ENDLESS HOURS OF HOMEWORK 




By doing homework now John Woodard won't have to do it at home. 






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DISCUSSIONS ADD LIFE TO GLASSES 




Freshmen find that much class time is spent in brisk discussions. 




Lisha Maddox and Vennie Bates find Charity Dye 
Library a good place to finish homework and 
catch up on the morning news. 



'Keep'em busy!" is Mr. Ernest Frigo's motto. 



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Below — Ruth Lawson diligently marks the answer on the Below — "Le plaisir — plaisant — plaisamment," 
Sophomore aptitude test. Krysti Wagener concentrates on her French test. 




STUDENTS STRIVE FOR SUCCESS 




A perplexed expression appears on Dennis Blake's face as he looks at his graded paper in Advanced Math. 



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TESTS, TESTS, AND MORE TESTS 




Nothing like a test to brighten a Friday morning. 




Grades loom ominously on the chemistry room Good six weeks' grades take plenty of effort in Ms. Barry's 
blackboard. English class. 



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Left — Completing her assignment, Below — Students work studiously at 
Cathy Barnett leafs through her book learning their nouns and verbs in Mrs. 
for the answer. Kincaide's Pre-College Grammar 

class. 







Working as a volunteer in the library, Tracy Burris helps by shelving books. 



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Below — Bookwork is the name of the game, as Rickey Hudson and Willis Jackson can testify. 




ENGLISH AIMS 

"English as she is spoke, ain't 
teached at Shortridge." Instead 
the English Department's aim 
this year was to teach all Short- 
ridge students the four basic 
Language Arts skills; reading, 
speaking, listening, and writing. 

Through the Communications 
Club and Quill and Scroll, two 
English Department clubs, 
Shortridge students were able 
to reach further into English 
than the text books or class- 
rooms could take them. 

As Mrs. Jean Whitcraft, head of 
our English Department says, 
"Here in the English Depart- 
ment we want to make the 
whole world more vital and vi- 
brant to the Shortridge student 
through their language." 




Ms. Barry provides her third period English class with test booklets for the 
Sophomore I.Q. test. 



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What does an enthusiastic new 
Department Head plus a staff 
full of energetic and lively 
teachers equal? The Shortridge 
Math Department! 

This past year Shortridge was 
lucky enough to have as its 
Math Department Head, Mrs. 
Sandra Al-Amin. Mrs. Al-Amin 
says that the goal of the Math 
Department is to demonstrate 
"why it is important and relev- 
ant to take math and how learn- 
ing math will be useful in 
everyday life after the comple- 
tion of high school." 

The Department's hope was to 
create a positive image for itself 
and encourage more student 
interest and participation. It 
was also planning to start a 
Math Club during the second 
semester. 



Below — New department head, Mrs. Sandra Al-Amin, smiles becomingly as 
she goes over a homework assignment with her class 




NEW HEAD ADDS IT ALL UP 




class challeng 



Valynda Jones adeptly solves an algebraic equation on 
the blacl<board. 



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Below — David Hickerson, a Computer Math student, is seen Below — Jack Purcell finds that the computer 
here working with the computer. room makes a fine place to study while waiting to 

use the "mechanical genius." 




With the help of Mrs. Greenwood, Sheila Bonner and Rose Bennett look through newspapers on Consumer Math 
Day. 



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Matt Lawson finds his French 

lesson rather enjoyable and Anthony Williamson relates German history to Yulinda Blackmon. 
works with a smile. 

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Senovia Robinson and Cheryl Wilson share a book 
for better understanding. 



Si, Senor! Spanish is Anthony Simonton's 
main concern at the moment. 



Right — Byron Woolen absorbs Karen Anderson's expres- 



sion. 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 
LIVELY AND GROWING 




A climb of three flights of stairs 
brings you to Shortridge's very 
own Tower of Babel — the 
Foreign Language Department 
presided over by Mr. Allen 
Sutherland. This year two new 
programs, Spanish conversa- 
tion and expiatory Latin were 
added. 

The Foreign Language Depart- 
ment was also the home of the 
largest club in the school — the 
French Club. 

According to Mr. Sutherland, 
"It's the livliest department 
around!" — or as they say in 
France, "C'est formidable!" 

Left — Scott Soltermann works dili- 
gently to complete his French as- 
signment. 




While Colleen Chubb searches for the answer, Anita Blane thinks she knows it. 



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HISTORY DEPARTMENT ADDS COURSES 



The History Department added 
two new special education 
classes in government and 
economics to its curriculum in 
1976-1977. Special Government 
was taught by Mr. Rocky 
Grissmore and Special Eco- 
nomics by Mr. Bill Morgan. 
About fifteen students were en- 
rolled in each of these classes. 

The Lily Endowment Scho 
arship program of 18 years was 
discontinued. It was not refi- 
nanced by Lily Endowment. 

Mary Mixon gets her info from taking 
notes wheras Natasiia Jones studies 
her textbook. 




Tony Wooden pauses to catch his breath while taking 
notes during class. 



Going over the fine points of History with Mr. Hausmann 
helps Ivery Jackson to study. 



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Using books and the overhead projector, Mrs. Jackson's second period class learns about U.S. 
History. 




Engrossed in thought, Mr. Aberson lectures to one 
of his Government classes. 



Antje Dammann, an exchange student, has some deep thoughts 
in comparing American history to that of Germany. 



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Sharon Cunningham and Troy Matthews prove that science isn't all test tubes and beakers, but book-work as well. 




Margaret Wood looks over Charles 
Lindsay's shoulder as he examines 
a slide under the microscope. 

Right — Chester Gooch, James 
Sharp and Anthony Harmon watch 
the conduct of electricity at work. 



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NATURALISTS MEND— SCIENTISTS CALCULATE 




Many Changes occured in the 
Science Department this year, 
and not just chemical ones. A 
new teacher Mrs. Lyons was 
added to the staff. The Science 
Technology class was ex- 
panded to a full year. This 
class, along with the Naturalist 
Club, repaired the inner Court- 
yard as a science project. The 
Naturalist Club was sponsored 
by Mrs. Sue Brown. Another 
addition was the purchase of 10 
of the 30 calculators projected 
for the Science Department. 
According to Miss Van Horn, 
the purpose of the calculators 
was to give students more time 
to study and less time figuring 
out answers. 

John Easley, Helmut Schwarzin, and 
Ben Byrne discuss their fruit fly cul- 
tures in Mrs. Ballows Science I class. 



Thomas Roberts gives cautious attention to his precise Patti Blackburn watches and helps Wyena Murray decant the 
measurement. liquid. 



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Sherri Jackson proves she's in the dough as she gets her Toni Adams pours on the steam to make sure her pattern 
crust in apple pie order. is not wrinkled. 




Jenice Murray pockets a prize trouser for leisure wear. 



Mrs. Phillips helps Katrina Davis stitch a fabric 
into a finished garment. 



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HOME EC. TEACHES PRACTICAL SKILLS 




Separation of sexes in the 
Home Economics Department's 
Foods classes became extinct 
this year. More men than in any 
previous years were electing to 
take both the basic and ad- 
vanced Foods classes. In addi- 
tion to improving food prepara- 
tion abilities, instructors en- 
couraged development of those 
personality skills most valuable 
in food service employment. A 
December Principal's luncheon 
held in Charity Dye Library gave 
the Department's students an 
opportunity to exercise their ac- 
cumulated skills in food service 
and preparation. 

While the Foods classes were 
absorbed in the culinary arts, 
clothing students displayed 
their accomplishments at the 
faculty Christmas Tea and 
competed for prizes at a spring 
style show sponsored by the 
Indiana Federation of Clubs. 




Inflationary food prices evoke mixed reactions from Tonya Miller, Rita 
McClury, and Tonia Cooper. 

Top right — Clipping seams requires concentration. from Teresa Jones. 

Top left — "Give me a break guys!" Joseph Ward doesn't want to risk get- 
ting dishpan hands. 




Kathy Ingram makes sure each stitch is 
in place. 



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STUDENTS LEARN INDUSTRY OF TODAY 




With steady hands, David Barlow mal<es up type composition for the Shor- 
tridge Echo. 



The biggest news in the Indus- 
trial Arts Department this year 
was the shuffle in personnel. 
Mr. Greg Allen, a Ball State 
graduate, was the new woods 
instructor. Mr. Ford Ratcliff 
moved in to take over the 
Graphic Arts lab. 

Although the program at Shor- 
tridge was non-vocational, the 
instructors focused on trying 
"to train the students in the 
basic knowledge of industrial 
processes in our society," ac- 
cording to Mr. Ratcliff. 

Aside from providing a practi- 
cal educational experience, the 
Industrial Arts Department 
served every student at Shor- 
tridge. Printing students put 
out The Echo , as well as tickets 
and programs, using conven- 
tional and advanced tech- 
niques. 




Mark White, Wilbert Hampton, George Richardson, and Kenny Jackson industriously construct their group project. 



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Mark Tatman exhibits lip-biting determination while operating the Kluge Press 




lEverett Greene, with pencil in hand, designs a layout 
|in Mechanical Drawing. 

Right — Much concentration is required as Mark 
Malone sets the type on the reproduction proof press. 



Robert Coleman knows where to draw the line, particu- 
larly in art class. 



Kenneth Kennedy learns how to do texture rubbings. 




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PHOTOGS NOW A PART OF SHORTRIDGE ART 



The Art Department increased 
it's curriculum this year by add- 
ing a photography course. Ms. 
Chris Libbs taught the fifteen 
students enrolled in this new 
venture. A darkroom was con- 
structed in the Industrial Arts 
wing and second semester stu- 
dents learned how to develop 
their own pictures. 

Leathersmith, Susan Eckely, vis- 
ited the Art Classes for two 
weeks as an artist-in-residence. 
The artist-in-residence program 
is sponsored by the Fine Arts 
Committee of the P.T.A. 

Anthony Stewart works skillfully to 
create a ceramic masterpiece. 




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Janice Green shows her taste for beauty as she cuts a piece of jewelry to-be. 



Michael Thannhaeuser of Ger- 
many joins Tim Cerola as they 
work on illustrations in art class. 





^ Belinda Alexander is pleased as she views the results 
of her texture rubbing. 

Robert Davis shows artistic talent as he creates a por- 
trait of a woman of beauty. 



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FOURTH FLOOR MUSIC MAKERS 



If anyone heard the sweet 
melodies of flutes, horns, and 
violins echoing through the 
halls of the Ridge, chances are 
they originated on the fourth 
floor in instrumental music. 

A highlight of this past year was 
the revival of the stage band. 
Mr. Leonard Behling, Music De- 
partment Head, lead the various 
band classes throughout a suc- 
cessful year. 

Mr. John Medjeski was in 
charge of the orchestra, which 
performed for the Christmas 
Concert, as well as other pro- 
grams. 

Frank Parrish demonstrates his seri- 
ous study of music. 

Stage Band — Row 1: Wendy Beidel- 
man, Conductor Leonard Behling, 
Everett Shockley, Daniel Stewart, 
Michael Sheppard. Row 2: David 
Blankenbaker, David Lee, Pharez 
Whitted, Becky Strickland, Glenn 
Goodrich. Row 3: Terrence McAfee. 





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Orchestra — Row 1: Kalista Swift, Lisa Flint, Roland Hughes, Susan Gordon, Tanya Stuart, Kathy 
Jones, Elizabeth Earnhart, Laura Martin, Tom DeFrantz, Tony Gilbert. Row 2: Marina Ashanin, Char- 
lotte Burton, Margie Ringle, Becky Strickland, Pharez Whitted, Peter Craig, David Blankenbaker, 
Wendy Beidelman, Conductor John Medjeski, Rick Parker, Jonathan Wood, David FInnell. Row 3: 
Loraine Ross, John Cougan, John McKune. 





A Band — Row 1 : Susan 
Gordon, Roland Hughes, 
Eric Strickland, Karen 
Milgate, Tanya Stuart. 
Row 2: Jennifer Lasher, 
Toshiko Knight, Tanya 
Polin, Judy Marrs, 
Laurie Garrett, Harry 
Pace, Gordon Dove. 
Row 3: Lisa Miller, 
Theresa Harris, Anita 
Pope, Michelle Malone, 
Jackie Rourke, Alfred 
Person. Row 4: Conduc- 
tor Leonard Behling, 
John McKune, John 
Cougan, Jerry McKeller. 



A Band — Row 1: Kathy Jones, 
Elizabeth Earnhart, Laura Mar- 
tin, Emily West, Glenda 
Westmoreland. Row 2: Anthony 
Hollingsworth, Debbie Gilbert, 
Everett Shockley, Peter Craig, 
Gregg Meyers. Row 3: David 
Blankenbaker, Darryl Roach, 
Wendy Beidelman, David Lee, 
Charles Sheppard, Fred Stokes, 
Fitzgerald Batteast, Michael 
Sheppard. Row 4: Stanley 
Mitchell, Andrew Kaffenberger, 
Rick Parker, Dennis Jackson, 
Carlos Banks, Glenn Goodrich, 
Becky Strickland, Pharez Whit- 
ted. 



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Girls' Glee — Row 1: Colette Ross, Loraine Ross, 
Anita Blaine, Alisa Langford. Row 2: Travantha Cage, 
Terri Brooks, Penny Rivers, Sabrina Bishop, Eilleen 
Braxton. Row 3: Terry Williams, Loretta Drummer, 
Jane Crevling, Bridget White, Michelle Suber, Caro- 
lyn Syass. 



Acapella — Row 1: Jennifer Daniels, Una Collins, Anita Slatter, 
Sheryl Langford, Kalista Swift. Row 2: Jerri Gallagher, Carolyn 
Braxton, Carijane Alley, Stephanie Davis, Sheila White. Row 3: 
Tanya Ross, Pamela Byrd, Tracy LIsenbee, Eric Strickland, 
Pharez Whitted. 




Stephanie Davis and Tracy Lisenbee are 
bumpin' to the beat. 

Left — Ulysses Terry bangs on those 
ivories while Sherrae Moore, Carijane 
Alley, and Sheryl Langford jam right 
along. 



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NOTEWORTHY CHANGES IN VOCAL MUSIC 




Vocal Music at Shortridge 
underwent two changes in 
1976-77. The biggest change 
was a shift in teachers. Mr. Phil 
Rogers left and Mr. Myron El 
took his place as director of 
choirs. 

The second change was the 
addition of a new choir. "The 
New Establishment", as the 
choir was called, specialized in 
rock and soul music. 

Madrigals — Anita Slater, Tracy 
Lisenbee, Steplianie Davis, Eric 
Strickland, Kalista Swift. 



Shortridge Rock Choir gets down 
in the Senior Variety Show. 



Rock Choir — Row 1: 
Wendy Beidelman, Carol 
Meyers, Glenn Williams, 
Sharon Blankenbaker, 
Regina Lash. Row 2: 
Karen Milgate, Sheryl 
Langford, Kathy Jones, 
Anita Slatter, Kim New- 
bolt, Donald Clark. Row 
3: Gail Mosely, Michael 
Bush, Frances Naghdi, 
Deidre Perkins, Tracy 
Lisenbee, Stephanie 
Davis, Pharez Whitted, 
Jonathan Wood. 



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STUDENTS ARE "TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS" 



Numerous classes of clerical 
study provided Shortridge with 
an excellent department of 
business education. Courses 
like clerical office practice, 
business machines, and record 
keeping helped students pre- 
pare for jobs after high school. 

Students planning a business 
career followed a special four 
year program. This schedule 
was carefully planned, begin- 
ning with Careers I and con- 
tinuing through advanced 
courses of accounting and 
record keeping. 

"Practice makes perfect" is Diane 
Wilson's motto as she worl<s on im- 
proving her typing skills. 



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Michael Coleman and Elizabeth Smith find recordkeep 
ing somewhat easier with the aid of calculators. 




With pencil in hand and a look of determination on her face, 
Rodella Dorsey tackles the principles of recordkeeping. 



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EXERCISE AND EDUCATION 



Showing much involvement in the vol- 
leyball game, David Barlow springs 
into action. 




A new addition to the Shor- 
tridge Health and Physical Ed- 
ucation Department in the 
1976-'77 year was Health II. 
Also new this year was Modern 
Health, the new health text- 
book. Mr. Charles Fitzgerald, 
department head, said "I think 
the quality of health classes has 
improved greatly with the new 
book and teacher aids." 

The physical education classes 



and its affairs underwent no 
great changes. Phys. Ed. was 
offered over two semesters. 
Students who wanted to con- 
tinue with Phys. Ed. had the 
option of being student lead- 
ers' in their third semester. 

The Health and Physical Ed. 
Department was a basically sta- 
ble department, improving its 
methods of educating. 



Mr. Wright in- 
spects his students 
form as they do 
push-ups in his 
P.E. class. 



Left — Donald Lyies is 
all smiles while reading 
his Modern Health book. 

Right — Rita Brasher 
seems to like the world 
from this point of view, 
but Penny Jones ap- 
pears kind of doubtful. 





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THE SHORTRIDGE ECHO 




1. Tanya Stuart, editor-in-chief. 




1. Scott Campbell, editor 

2. Manuel Ross 

3. David Hoesman 

4. Sharon Allen 

5. Beth Rago, asst. editor 

6. Sheila Phillips 

7. Bill Smith 

8. Jackie Akers 

9. Richard Cohen, spons. 

10. Brett Hill, editor 

11. Rhonda Edelen 





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1. Margaret Dumetz 

2. David Blankenbaker 

3. Clyde Bolden 

4. Kathy Jones 

5. Frieda Taylor, business manager 



6. Laura Martin 

7. Byron Woollen, editor 

8. Kim Caldwell 

9. Gary Berry 

10. Elizabeth Earnhart 



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THE SHORTRIDGE ANNUAL 




1. Wendy Beidelman, editor-in-chief 




1. Joan LaFoliette, activities editor 

2. Wendy Beidelman 

3. Marina Ashanin, advertising editor 

4. Clyde Bolden, sports editor 

5. Janet Morford, underclass picture editor 

6. Susan Earnhart, index editor 



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1 Ruth Lawson, underclass picture editor 

2. Marina Ashanin 

3. Janet Morford 

4. Jennifer Lasher, academics editor 

5. Lydia Ashanin, faculty and senior editor 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 



1. Dorothy Edwards, 

2. Fred Gaddis 

3. Roger Hollifield 

4. David Finnell 

5. Gary Berry 

6. Lorrainne Ross 

7. Toshi Knight 

8. Denise Jeffers 



pres. 




9. Henry Young 

10. Clyde Bolden 

11. Anthony Cushingberry 

12. Camille Batties, secy. 

13. Jennifer Lasher, secy. 

14. Becl<y Strickland, v. pres. 

15. Frank Alexander, treas. 



1. Kerra Wagener 

2. Lisa Flint 

3. Karen Carmody 

4. Susan Earnhart 

5. Marina Ashanin 

6. Joan LaFollette 

7. Amy McKune 

8. Richard Cohen, spons. 

9. Susan LaFollette 

10. Cathy Maybury 

11. Pam Gayde 

12. Mike Thannhauser 

13. Janet Morford 

14. Frieda Taylor 

15. Jim Gruver 

16. Byron Woollen 

17. Mike Frasure 

18. Chris Riegel 

19. Holli Jones 

20. Sharon Hamilton 

21. Mark Johnson 

22. Beth Rago 




GREAT BOOKS CLUB 




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1. Susie Brown, 
spons. 

2. Dianna Davidson 

3. Tanya Stuart 

4. John Brown 

5. Tom Defrantz 

6. Camille Batties 

7. Kathy Jones 



NATURALIST CLUB 



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8. Jennifer Daniels 

9. Elizabeth Earnhart, secy. 

10. Carijane Alley, v. pres. 

11. Laura Martin, pres. 

12. Michael Butler, treas. 

13. Brenda Young, 
pub. chmn. 




1. Diane Murrell 

2. Paul Caston 

3. Donald Greene 

4. Martha Johnson, 
spons. 

5. Helen Gray 

6. Soma Ewing 



MEDIA CLUB 




7. Terri Gambill, secy. 

8. Frank Maypray, v. pres. 

9. Michael Butler, pres. 

10. Kelvin Frazier, v. pres. 

11. Jennifer Lasher, treas. 




COOPERATIVE OFFICE EDUCATION 




1. Brenda Branham, spons. 

2. Linda Powell 

3. Pam Crawford 

4. Annette Washum 

5. Darlene Jewell 

6. Mary Howard 

7. Nadine Casey 

8. Wyena Murry 

9. Elizabeth Sullivan 

10. Celesta Jones 

11. Bernadette Garrett 

12. Keely Collins 



1. Angela Colby, secy. 

2. Donna Collins, v. pres. 

3. Celesta Jones 

4. Janet Lightfoot 

5. Bernadette Garrett, pres. 

6. Estalita Rogers 

7. Mary Howard 

8. Annette Washum 

9. Brenda Branham, spons. 

10. Keely Collins 

11. Rebecca LeForge 

12. Nadine Casey 

13. Pam Crawford 

14. Wyena Murry, treas. 

15. Elizabeth Sullivan 

16. Deborah House 

17. Darlene Jewell 




OFFICE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



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CAREER SAMPLING 
STAFF 




1. Clyde Bolden 

2. Max Reiswerg, spons. 

3. Eric Bledsoe 

4. Jackie Smith 

5. Roselyn Richardson, spons. 

6. Kevin Sanders 

7. Caria White 

8. Jerri Gallagher 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS 



1. Arnell McCullough 

2. Daria Rankin 

3. Thresia Willis 

4. Deanne Salters 

5. Danny Irby 

6. Malcolm Jones 

7. Roger Holifield 

8. John Jackson 

9. Garfield Cooper 

10. Ricky Fields 

11. Daniel Stewart 

12. Randall Smith, spons. 

13. Vanessa Penn 



OF AMERICA 



14. Sharley Bell 

15. Terri Caudle 

16. Belita Simpson 

17. Pam Byrd 

18. Betty Avery 

19. Faith Pounds 



20. Jeffery Tipton, 
senior pub. chmn. 

21. Brenda Williams 

22. Harriet Cheffins, 
junior pres. 

23. CarIa Watkins 




24. Joyce Rutland 

25. Vicki Reeves, 
junior treas. 

26. Lawayne Montgomery 

27. Annette Clayton, 
senior treas. 

28. Rochelle Allender 

29. Donna Fleming 

30. Margo Nelson 

31. Andy Cobb, 
senior v. pres. 

32. Martha Richardson 

33. Pierre Peterson, 
senior sect. 



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CHESS CLUB 




1. Eric Strickland 

2. Chris Riegel 




Hans Harper 
Charles Knight 
Keenan Carter 
Tom DeFrantz 
Jacque Durham 

6. John Brown 

7. Chris Riegel 

8. Greg Porter 
Robert McClain 
William Morgan, spons. 
David Harper 

1976 State Championship Trophy 
Eric Strickland 




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BRAIN GAME 




1. Chris Riegel, T.V. participant 

2. Mike Frasure 

3. Jim Gruver 

4. Eric Strickland, T.V. participant 

5. Lydia Ashanin, T.V. participant 

6. Clayton Richardson, 

T.V. participant 



1. Diane Craig 

2. Peter Craig 

3. Lydia Ashanin 




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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 



1. Lisa demons 

2. Laurie Garrett 

3. Amanda Fletcher 

4. Camille Batties 

5. Brenda Young 

6. Laurie Brown 

7. Darlene Jewell 




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RESERVE CHEERLEADERS 



1. Sheila Ferguson 

2. Debra Powell 

3. Linda Williams 

4. Leslie Buckner 

5. Laura Peacock 

6. Deborah Scott 

7. Elizabeth Maddox 





1. Colette Ross 

2. Tawana Hilliard 

3. Kim Sanders 

4. Sandi Petty 

5. Sandy Beuke 

6. Kay York 



FRESHMEN 
CHEERLEADERS 



1. Caria Wallace 

2. Kathy Shaw 

3. Cynthia Appleton 

4. Robin Roddy 

5. Jennifer Lasher 

6. Jackie Akers 

7. Bridgette Turner 



8. Bridgette Barrett 

9. Carol Durham 

10. Colette Ross 

11. Yvonne Russell 

12. Michelle Smith 

13. Loraine Ross 

14. Annette Robinson 



MAT MAIDS 





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RUSSIAN CLUB 




1. Kent Hayes 

2. Gordon Dove 

3. Deborah Waycott, 
Spons. 

4. Jaimie Cole 



5. Mary Jones 

6. Mark Dohrenwend 

7. Steve Towne 

8. Peter Craig 





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1. Matt Lawson 

2. Kim Lacey 

3. Denise Jeffers 

4. Betli Rago 

5. Pat Baker 

6. Joan LaFollette 

7. Frieda Taylor 

8. Elizabeth Earnhart 

9. Ruth Lawson 

10. Pam Byrd 

11. Harriet Cheffins 

12. Carolyn Watkins 

13. Sue Smith 



FRENCH CLUB 



14. Cathy Mayburry 

15. Laura Martin 

16. Scott Soltermann 

17. Glenda 
Westmoreland 

18. Chris Reigel 

19. Jennifer Daniels 

20. Diane Craig 

21. Wendy Beidelman 

22. Tom Defrantz 



23. Margaret Wood 

24. Susan LaFollette 

25. Jennifer Lasher 

26. Susan Earnhart 

27. Lisa Flint 

28. Everett Shockley 

29. Laurie Brown 

30. Carijane Alley 

31. Clayton 
Richardson 



32. Gordon Dove 

33. Sue Stillwell 

34. Kathleen Glickert 

35. Pam Gayde 

36. Marina Ashanin 

37. Emily West 

38. Anne Moss 

39. Krysti Wagener 

40. Kalista Swift 

41. Amy McKune 

42. Laura Smith 

43. Janet Morford 

44. Allen Sutherland, spons. 





GERMAN 
CLUB 



1. 


James Brown 


11. 


Kim Chapman 


2. 


Denise Jeffers 


12. 


Eric Scanlon 


3. 


Jennifer Lasher 


13. 


Ricky Loftin 


4. 


Kim Lacey 


14. 


Mark Dohrenwend 


5. 


Pat Baker 


15. 


James Monger 


6. 


Frieda Taylor 


16. 


Steve Towne 


7. 


Janet Morford 


17. 


Paul Caston 


8. 


Katlileen Carmody 


18. 


Robert Coleman 


9. 


Ruth Lawson 


19. 


Michael 


10. 


Kathleen Glickert 




Thannhaeuser 






20. 


Charles Keys 



1. Lois Repass, spons. 

2. Sharon Smith 

3. Nola Moss 

4. Wayne Rainey 



LATIN CLUB 



5. Dianna Davidson 

6. Sandra Wilson 

7. Eric Crumes 

8. Diane Boyd 



9. Leonard Williams 

10. Marcia McFarland 

11. William Tuggles 

12. Bridgette Wilson 






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POM-POM GIRLS 




1. Patti Blackburn 

2. Carolyn Hampton 

3. Peggy Smith 

4. Sandra Hunt, spons. 

5. Vivian Johnson 

6. Regina Harrington 

7. Vivian Odom 

8. Lore Jones 

9. Michelle Jones 

10. Michelle Turner 

11. Theresa Johnson 

12. Estalita Rodgers 

13. Teresa Moore 

14. Terry White 

15. Marcia McFarland 

16. Marguerite Hazelwood 

17. Hope Pierson 

18. Cheryl Wilson 




1. Michael Butler 

2. Beverly Matthews 

3. Mel Jones 



FLAGS CORPS 



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TWIRLERS 




1. Linda Walker 

2. Verdonna Malone 

3. Yulinda Blackmon 

4. Natasha Jones 

5. Linda Powell 

6. Michael Bush 




CHEERBLOCK 




Arnell McCullough 
Susan White, capt. 
Sheila White, 
co-capt. 
Benita Fletcher 
Patsy Davis 
Elaine McFarland 
Helen Gray 
Judith Stimpson, 
spons. 
Gail Stott 
Yvonne Russell 
Lori Tuggles 
Donna Clark 
Tina Johnson 
Bobbi Rainey 
Darlene Smith 




1. Rod Trabue, spons. 

2. Debra Nelson 

3. Darlene Edwards 

4. Anthony Cushingberry 

5. Fredrick Gaddis 

6. Kendall France 

7. Curvin Parker 

8. Andy Cobb 

9. Ronni Cummings 

10. Frank Mines 

11. Camille Batties 

12. Lisa Clemmons 

13. Laurie Brown 



LETTERMEN 




14. Albert Musgrove 

15. Kerry Crossland 

16. James Gruver 

17. Dave Graston 

18. John Jackson 

19. Julius Thompson 

20. Wayne Rainey 

21. David Matthews 

22. Clifford Jackson 

23. John Cougan 

24. Dwight Hoeman 

25. Michael Sanders 




1. Clyde Bolden 

2. Everett Shockley 

3. Julius Trammer 

4. Hans Harper 

5. Allen Erasure 

6. Byron Woollen 

7. Gayle Mosely 

8. Diane McKune 



KEY CLUB 



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9. James Gruver 

10. Tanya Stuart 

11. Karen Milgate, sect. 

12. Bill Debow, v. pres. 

13. Scott Soltermann, pres. 

14. Kerry Crossland, treas. 

15. Lisa Flint 

16. Cathy Maybury 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Clayton Richardson 
Gordon Dove 
Scott Soltermann 
Diane McKune 
Krysti Wagener 
Susan Shaw 
Carolyn Watklns 
Everett Shockley 




9. Eric Strickland 

10. Marguerite Hazelwood 

11. Vivian Johnson 

12. David Finnell 

13. Karen Milgate, v. pres. 

14. Tanya Stuart, pres. 

15. Elvira Nolcox, sect./treas. 

16. Robert McNeal 




1. Kim Poole 

2. Kim Lacey 

3. Jackie Akers 

4. Helen Gray 

5. Brenda White 

6. Juanita White 

7. Regina Harrington 

8. Candace Caston 

9. Pamela Burris 

10. Yulinda Blackmon 
12. Patricia Barry, spons. 



GIRLS' LEAGUE 




13. Patricia Baker 

14. Terri Gambill 

15. Toshiko Knight 

16. Ronelle Jones 

17. Thelesia Haralson 

18. Leslie Buckner 

19. Terri White 

20. Denise Jeffers, sect. 

21. Valynda Jones, v. pres. 

22. Nola Moss, pres. 

23. Brenda White 



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MINORITY ENGINEERING 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 



Michael Sanford, spons 
Devon Swanigan 
Hiram Wheat 
Gary Berry 
William Wilson 
Mattie Ballow, spons. 
Frank Obie 
Leonard Williams 
Keith Williams 
Anthony Simonton 
Nathaniel Bledsoe 




STAGE CREW 





1. Marshall Williams 6. 

2. John Jackson 7. 

3. Sandra Jackson 8. 

4. Anne Smith 9. 

5. Steven Brown 



Kathy Riley 
Becky Strickland 
John Woodard 
Chris LIbbs, spons. 



THESPIANS 




Phillip Hirsch, spons. 
Eric Strickland 
John Jackson 
Wendy Beidelman 
Danny Irby 
Scott Soltermann 
Margie Ringel 
Gordon Dove 
Krysti Wagener 



FOOTLIGHTS 



1. Phillip Hirsch, spons. 

2. Gordon Dove 

3. Steven Brown 

4. Eric Strickland 

5. Danny Irby 

6. John Jackson 

7. Marshall Williams 

8. Krysti Wagener 

9. Scott Soltermann 

10. Wendy Beidelman 

11. Tom Defrantz 

12. Margie Ringel 

13. Marina Ashanin 

14. Emily West 

15. Suzanna Hinant 

16. Margaret Wood 




SENIOR VARIETY SHOW 




1. Sheila White, singer 

2. Donald Clark, singer 

3. Danny Irby, dancer 



4. Karen Carmody, magician 

5. Tom DeFrantz, magician 

6. Helen Moeller, faculty singer 



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JUNIOR VAUDEVILLE 



OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD 

1. Kathleen Glickert 

2. Janet Morford 

3. David Moore 

4. Delvita Moore 

5. Dexter Jordan 

Kay Meade, act chairman 
Theresa Moore, act chairman 



THE PYGMALION 

1. Jennifer Lasher 

2. Darlene Edwards 

3. Byron Woollen 

4. Marina Ashanin 

5. Margaret Wood 

6. Mike Frasure 

7. Kerra Wagener 

8. Freida Taylor 

9. Clyde Bolden 

10. Roger Hollifield 

11. Diane Craig 

12. Jim Gruver 

13. Ruth Lawson 
Jennifer Daniels, act chairman 
Carijane Alley, act chairman 
Jerri Gallagher, act chairman 



COMEDY IN COMMERCIALS 

1. Robin Roddy 

2. Alfred Person 

3. Lisa Clemmons 

4. Tom DeFrantz 
Carolyn Hamilton, act chairman 
Greta Joyner, act chairman 





RESERVE OFFICERS' 
TRAINING CORPS 





1. CPT Alfred Hayes 

2. 2LT Fred Stokes 

3. SSG Billy Easley 

4. MSG Jonas Hampton 

5. 1LT Ricky Howard 

6. SSG Patricia Atkins 

7. SSG Bridgett Barrett 

8. SGT Valerie Appleton 

9. PVT Laura Porterfield 
10. LTC Albert Musgrove 




1. SSG Osman Haslam 

2. SSG Greta Joiner 

3. CSM David Moore 

4. 1LT Amanda Fletcher 

5. PVT Joe Jackson 



1. 


PVT Dwayne Brown 


2. 


PFC Kenny Crossland 


3. 


PFC Nathan Bland 


4. 


PVT Frances Akers 


5. 


PFC Frank Parrish 


6. 


PVT Henry Beatty 


7. 


PVT Frederick Mooreland 


8. 


SGT Paul Rhodes 


9. 


PVT Kathy Bell 


10. 


2LT Teresa Johnson 


11. 


PVT Bridget White 


12. 


PVT Lindette Newbins j 


13. 


PFC Samuel Simmons 


14. 


2LT Fred Stokes 



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1. SFC Sylvia Allen 

2. RFC Terri Brooks 

3. RFC Frank Obie 

4. SSG Karen White 

5. 1SG Barbara Rhillips 

6. RFC Leroy Duncan 

7. SSG Marion Dinkins 

8. 2LT Dexter Jordan 



9. RFC Michael Jelks 

10. SSG Wendell Birdsong 

11. 2LT Michael Gray 

12. LTC Stephen Brown 

13. 1SG James R. Woods 

14. LTC Albert Musgrove 

15. MAJ Charles Knight 




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2. SGT Terry Dunlap 

3. RFC Timothy Torrence 

4. 2LT Jacque Durham 




1. SGT Alberta Johnson 

2. CRL Tracy Markham 

3. RFC Regina Lash 

4. RFC Annanis Shotwell 

5. RFC Dennis Jackson 

6. RVT David Harmon 

7. SFC Sharon Smith 

8. RFC Dwayne Hayes 

9. 1SG Burt Dickerson 

10. SFC Bruce Hardy 

11. SFC Tracy Terry 

12. SSG Antoinette Warren 

13. 1SG John Jackson 

14. SSG Stephen Foster 

15. SFC Cindy Wilson 

16. SSG Greg Birdsong 

17. RFC Kirby Moffat 

18. 2LT Thomas Lee 

19. LTC Albert Musgrove 

20. 1SG James R. Woods 

21. 2LT Glenn Taylor 



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FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS 











1. Michael Thannhauser, W. Germany 

2. Maria do Socorro, Brazil 

3. Lill Pederson, Denmark 

4. Yolanda Cisneros, Mexico 

5. Francois Gianola, France 

6. Pierre Lebejof, France 

7. Antje Dammann, W. Germany 
Not Pictured — 

Coulibaly AM, Ivory Coast 
David Harrison, England 
Sabiniano Muribeca, Brazil 



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CINDERMEN BREAK TWO RECORDS 



Coach Jim Hausmann's 1976 
track team began the season 
with a winning streak and 
ended with a respectable 
record of 6-9. Two school 
records were broken in the 880 
yard relay and the 440 yard 
dash. The spectacular 880 yard 
relay team provided a new 
school record with an incredi- 
ble time of 1:29.3. 

Graduates Mike Green, Wendell 
Hall, John Smith, and Wayne 
Hamilton were the members of 
the 880 relay team. With a time 
of 49.1 seconds, Mike Green 
again broke his record in the 
440 yard dash. 




Shot putter Rick Parker puts all his 
weight behind his effort. 

Above right — John Jackson sighs 
with relief as he and graduate Tony 
Bibbs record a 1-2 'Ridge sweep. 




Row 4: Garfield Cooper, Dan Rodney, Kerry Paicley, Mike Frasure, Phillip 
Brown, Andy Cobb, Frank Mines, Rick Parker, John Peacock, John Jackson, 
Ervin Wright. Row 3: Joe Beck, Gregory Rasdell, Jonathan Parker, Pharez 
Whitted, James Monger, Wayne Monger, Kyle Mason, Paul Ovelton, Charles 
Fitzgerald, Jim Hausmann. Row 2: Fred Gaddis, Anthony Cushinberry, Jim 
Gruver, Mike Sallee, Wendell Hall, Mike Greene, Francis Nance, Dexter Jor- 
don, Melton Keys, Garry Berry, Marshall Williams. Row 1: David Graston, 
Ronald Greene, David Collins, John Smith, Tony Bibbs, Frank Ovelton, 
Charles Keys. 



GIRLS PLACE IN CITY TRACK MEET 









Row 1: Karen Chambers, Theresa Harris, Yulinda Blackman, Deborah Nelson, 
Helen Russell. Row 2: Deidre Thompson, Terr! Shackleford, Cathy Barnett, 
Kim McCrae, Belita Simpson, Manager Vernetta Thompson. Row 3: Coach 
Marriet Wisdom, Amanda Fletcher, Tammy Bonner, Alice Terry, Laura 
Peacock, Bridget Peters, Beverly Matthews, Darlene Jewell, Coach Sandra 
Hunt. 



The girl's track team finished 
the season with a 2 win, 5 loss 
record. They placed second in 
the Ladywood-Warren Central 
meet. The team consisted of 25 
girls who participated in vari- 
ous events. Events which were 
just recently added to the girl's 
total contest of competition are 
the hurdles and shot-put. 

Under the coaching of Ms. 
Sandra Hunt and Ms. Harriet 
Wisdom, Yulinda Blackmon 
won third place at the city meet 
for high jumping and Karen 
Chambers won fourth place in 
the hurdles. Yulinda Blackmon, 
Karen Chambers and Diedre 
Thompson were the most prom- 
inent members of the team. 




Darlene Jewell takes the baton in 

stride. 

Above left — With her leg taped, Terri 

Shackelford proves that endurance 

counts. 



HARRIERS SPARKED BY MIKE FRASURE 



The Satan Cross-Country team 
completed the 1976 season 
with a disappointing 2-11 
record. Senior Letterman Mike 
Frasure, with his most out- 
standing time of 13.48 led the 
team in all the 2V2 mile races. 

The highest peak of the season 
was in the City meet where they 
finished thirteenth out of 16 
teams, defeating Ritter, Ron- 
calli, and Wood. 

With seven returning letterman, 
Coach Jim Hausmann should 
have an experienced nucleus at 
hand for next years cross- 
country season. 





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Top — Row 1: Eric Strickland, 
John McKune, Anthony Simon- 
ton, John Cougan, Paul Gas- 
ton, Kerry Crossland. Row 2: 
Mike Frasure, Jim Gruver, 
Garry Berry, Jeff Collins, Jim 
Hausmann, Jerry Dumetz, 
Ulysses Terry, Clyde Bolden, 
Jack Walston. 



Mike Frasure in the lead 
in a meet with Attucks! 
Determination and en- 
durance win again! 



Right — Anthony Simon- Middle — "They're off!" Cross- 
ton, Garry Berry and Ulys- Country men compete for honors at 
ses Terry get warmed up an important meet at Riverside. It's 
for a crucial meet during Attucks v.s. the 'Ridge! 
the season. 



LINKSMEN IMPROVE RECORD 



The Shortridge linksmen began 
their season on April 10, 1976, 
and played through the beginn- 
ing of June. In his first year at 
the helm, Coach Richard Craw- 
ley scored an improvement 
over last season, guiding a 
228-301 trouncing of Wash- 
ington. The golfers played their 
rounds at most of the major 
local courses, including River- 
side, Coffin, South Grove, and 
Douglass. 





Above — Biting his tongue, Andy McLaughlin sizes up his position. 

Left — From his expression, Richard Heard looks "teed off" with his golf. 

Left above — Having swung, David Thuma watches the ball fly down the 

fairway. 

Top — Row 1: Beth Bottos, Andy McLaughlin. Row 2: Richard Heard, David 

Thuma, Coach Richard Crawley, Joe McLaughlin, Chris Gruver. 



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69 



YOUNG BUT DETERMINED 



The 1976 Baseball Team 
finished a determined season 
with a record of 6 wins and 18 
losses. After a slow start, Sa- 
tan's arose to defeat Avon and 
Wood twice under the coaching 
of Mr. John Haynes. 

Junior Dean Trimpe led the 
team with a .303 batting aver- 
age. 

The team is looking forward to 
next year's season with most of 
the baseball players returning. 




Top left — Dean Trimpe prepares to Coaches Tolin and Haynes lean for- Top right — Mike Taylor displays the 

rock another one of his team leading ward with intense concentration as form that won him a spot in coach 

base hits. the game goes on. Haynes' starting rotation. 

70 



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Top — Coach Haynes 
preps the team before an 
important game. 

Middle — Row 1; David 
Matthews, Marion Din- 
kens, Mark Wallen, 
Eugene McNay, Michael 
Taylor, Dean Trimpe, Tony 
Williamson. Row 2: Coach 
Steve Tolin, Kendall Fr- 
ance, Randall Tackett, 
David Barlow, Daniel Bar- 
low, Abel Burnett, Mike 
Sanders, Coach John 
Haynes. 

Bottom — Despite a low 
y throw, Randall Tackett 
records another put out at 
the plate. 



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VOLLEYBALL 2ND IN CITY 



The Satan's Volleyball team 
sparked the season off with a 
persistant winning streak. They 
finished the season with a 16-5 
record and were the runner-ups 
in the City and Sectional Meets. 
Most of the girls on the team 
are graduating seniors but the 
experienced reserve team, with 
a record of 10-1, will be ready 
for next years rough season. 

Ms. Hariett Wisdom, volleyball 
coach, said, "This was the best 
record I had since I started 
coaching volleyball." Elvira 
Nolcox and Tyram Barnes 
helped greatly in defeating the 
opponent with their skillfully 
maneuvered spikes. 




Debra Nelson aims the ball to gain a 
victory point. 

Team picture — Row 1; Becky Linge- 
man, Benita Fletcher, Tammy Barnes, 
Deborah Nelson, Beverly Matthews. 
Row 2; Tyram Barnes, Sherri Wil- 
liams, Darlene Jewell, Elvira Nolcox, 
Kim Coleman, Valerie Sharp, Carolyn 
Juggle. Middle — Elvira Nolcox and 
Beverly Matthews watch Tyram 
Barnes' backserve. Above right — 
Benita Fletcher warms up. Right — 
Coach Wisdom's pre-game pep talk. 




72 




GROWTH IMPROVES SOCCER 



Over the past years, the Soccer 
Club has progressed from a 
group of friends kicking a ball 
around in a lot to a team which 
placed second in the city. There 
is a growing interest in soccer 
throughout the state, city, and 
especially at Shortridge itself. 
The team roster almost doubled 
in a year's time. To deal with 
this influx of players, the Soc- 
cer Club had a new sponsor, 
Mr. Stanley Irwin. Mr. Irwin 




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more organized. 
The soccer team had several 
outstanding players last year. 
Starting goalie, David Harper, 
made tremendous flying saves, 
Parisien exchange students, 
Francois Gianola and Pierre 
Labejof, mystified the other 
soccer teams with their ball 
control. All in all the soccer 
team had a very powerful year. 



Top — Tom Yau 
stays alert as the 
play comes to him. 



Far left — Dante Ven- 
tresca struggles for 
control of the ball in 
this close-in action. 



Left — Trapnell Kemper 
shows the rest of the 
SHS team his form in 
practice. 




Row 1; Kathy Jones, Glen Goodrich, Raymond Wood, Cedric Barnes, Kenny Crossland, Trapnell Kemper, Robert 
Hatchell, Peter Moss, Kevin Crean, Maria Rago. Row 2; Mike Warrick, John Woodard, Frieda Taylor, George 
Brown, Ruth Lawson, Sandy Beuke, Wesley Shanklin, Jeff Cohen, Tom Yau. Row 3; Pierre Labejof, David Lawson, 
Francois Gianola, Joe York, Dante Ventresca, Brian Rector, Matt Lawson, Sven, Eric Scanlon. 



73 



TENNIS TEAM REAL WINNERS 



Once again the Blue Devil Ten- 
nis Team was the pace setter. 
During the month-long regular 
season, starting September 2, 
the racquet men mowed down 
twelve opponents, while only 
being faced with two defeats. In 
the city tourney, the Satans 
came within two points of re- 
peating last years over-all team 
championship performance. 
Three Shortridgers won indi- 
vidual City Championship hon- 
ors. They were Dan Beck, 
number one singles, and Rod 
Smith and Joe McLaughlin 
number one doubles. Andy 
McLaughlin capped runner-up 
singles honors, and Mitch Sat- 
terthwaite came in third, giving 
Shortridge a 1-2-3 sweep of 
singles competition. 




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Form is Rod Smith's by line. 

Left — Dan Beck gets into the swing. 

Right — David Girton volleys the ball 

across the net. 

Team picture — Row 1: Harold Pedig- 

rew, Roderick Smith. Row 2; David 

Girton, Darren Smartt, Randall 

Brooks, Bill DeBow. 



74 




Matt McLaughlin demonstrates a few moves used in tennis matches. 




Stooping, Andy McLaughlin prepares to 
pick up a low return. 



Randy Brooks takes a deep breath before hitting the ball. 



75 



O'er thrashing legs Alphonso Bailey leaps toward the SHS 
goal. 



Bottom — Coaches Brown and Crowley hold discussion 
with satan Michael Taylor. 




FOOTBALL 76 

Coach Gary Brown had a lot of 
men out for football this year, 
and his rugged practice ses- 
sions paid off, as the Blue De- 
vils came up with their best 
season since 1973. The Satans 
showed good spirit all year, and 
there were several high points 
in the season. It all began when 
the Devils jumped out to a 
two-game winning streak and 
played to a heartbreaking 7-0 
loss to highly-rated Northwest. 

Junior Mike Taylor was the 
signal-caller this year. He 
showed great promise, firing 
three touchdown passes in 
leading his team to its largest 
single game point output in 
four years, a 54-14 shellacing of 
city rival Wood. The offensive 
attack, however, stayed mainly 
on the ground, as the squad 
amassed 1561 yards total rush- 
ing, led by big running back 
RonCummings. Ron rushed for 
211 yards in 32 carries against 
eastside foe, Arlington, and 
won an All-City honorable men- 
tion for his efforts. 



76 





The Fonz Bailey streaks into action. 



During practice Franl< Mines sends the ball flying. 



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Row 1 — Coach John Haynes, Tom Williams, William Holland, Andre Malone, Curtis Grant, Kevin Buchannan, Kenny Riggins, Charles McKin- 
non, Dennis Jackson, Ken Ball, Darwin Middleton, Kenny Peacock, Greg Smith, Steve Cowart, Jeff McMiller, Coach Ervin Wright. Row 2 — 
Frank Alexander, Tom Eaves, James Ballow, Charles Brown, Mike Beard, William Primm. Row 3 — James Adams, Norman Thompson, Kevin 
Elliott, Rodney Strong, Tim Johnson, Norman Warren, Mark Jenkins, Cedric Staten, Tom Cronwell. 




Row 1 — Devon Swanigan, David Collins, David Matthews, Frank Mines, Greg Goodrich, Wayne Rainey, Andy 
Cobb, David Graston, Rick Parker, Calvin Jenkins, Mike Davis. Row 2 — Lonnie McFarland, Greg Rasdell, Joe 
Beck, Charles Keys, Ron Cummings, Hiram Wheat, David Moore, Steve Moffet, Leonard Gilbert, Tony William- 
son, John Smith, David Lockhart, Mike Taylor, John Jewell, Alphonso Bailey, Frank Ovelton, Raymond Howard, 
Kendell France. Row 3 — Coach Gary Brown, Don Jones, Mgr., Dean Luke, Clifford Jackson, Darryl Postori, 
Pherez Whitted, Kyle Williams, David Lee, Dwayne Peterson, Paul Knox, Mike Sanders, Howard Langford, Kevin 
Baxter, Tim Serola, Kenneth Grant, Harry Pace, Everett Greene, James Monger, Willie Chapman, Coach Richard 
Crawley. 





Even the referee chases 
Michael Taylor races through the Cathedral line In a big game against the champion Irish. Darwin Middleton. 



78 



HOMECOMING 
HIGHLIGHTS 

October 22 marked Short- 
ridge's homecoming duel 
against Brebeuf. Although we 
lost, the festivities of the event 
didn't lose any of their fervor as 
alumni from years gone by 
chatted and reminisced to- 
gether Freshmen, Sophomores, 
Juniors and Seniors, as well 
as the French Club, were rep- 
resented by Homecoming 
floats, and banners from the 
Key Club, Naturalist Club, Foot- 
lights, and Echo Staff were 
paraded around the field. Dur- 
ing a halftime show, presented 
by the SHS Marching Band, 
David Finnell and Beverly Lud- 
dington were crowned Home- 
coming King and Queen. Once 
again, the class of 78 walked 
away with the traditional spirit 
stick and first place in the float 
contest. 



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Court. 







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Middle — Seniors are all steamed up. 



79 



SATANS DRIBBLE THROUGH SEASON 



The Shortridge Blue Devils' 
basketball team did a fine job 
this year despite the unfortu- 
nate disadvantage of being a 
small team. They also lacked a 
home gym which would have 
promoted greater school spirit. 
They proved themselves to be 
one of the city's most powerful 
ball clubs as they defeated 
most of the local schools. 

Leading free thrower was Del- 
bert Akers. He, along with Wil- 
lis Jackson and David Barlow, 
kept fans dazed with their quick 
ball handling. Seniors, Clinton 
Polk and Danny Sullivan pro- 
vided desired points in times of 
need. Joe Ward and Daniel Bar- 
low were the first and second 
leading scorers on the team. 
They will be returning for next 
season's action with experi- 
ence and polished techniques. 





Above left — David Barlow demon- Satans show their passing finess dur- 
strates his unique style as he moves ing a game at Hinkle. 
the ball on down the court. 



Above right — Dribbling his way to 
victory is Delbert Akers. 



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VARSITY 



Varsity: Row 1; W. Jackson, D. Akers, D. Barlow, H. Wheat, E. Sellers. Row 2; E. Greene, J. Ward, D. Barlow, 
D. Woods, D. Sullivan, Coach Thomas, Reserve: Row 1; C. Smith, H. Wheat, E. Davis, P. Walton, S. 
Shepherd, A. Tinsley. Row 2; Coach Trabue, J. Posey, S. Boyd, G. Berry, C. Jenkins, P. Brown, M. Dinkins. 
Frosh: Row 1; T. Hillard, C. Ross, S. Petty, K. Miller. Row 2; B. White, J. Adams, K. Riggins, M. demons, T. 
Miller. Row 3; Coach Haynes, F. Banks, P. Grundy, R.L. Manuel, V. Shannon, C. Staten, S. Alley. 



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Below — The Satan's Reserve players 
find themselves down as the play goes 
on. 



Right — Dan Sullivan soars 
upward in an attempt to 
gain a rebound. 




Delbert Akers looks over his shoulder to find the 
perfect pass. 



Satans strive to control the ball. 



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GYMNASTICS IMPROVE PHYSIQUE 



The newly established intramu- 
ral gymnastics got into the 
swing of things this year. At 
7:30, before school began, the 
gymnasts would enter the gym 
to perform the common exer- 
cise and acrobatic skills of 
gymnastics. Gymnastics re- 
quires flexibility, strength and 
good balance. Ms. Hunt was 
the sponsor of this sport. 




Darlene Jewell progresses into a back walk-over under the observation of Ms. 
Hunt. 




Theresa Moore improves her backbend technique with the assistance of Darlene Jewell. 



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The girls varsity basketball 
team did well this season with 
an overall record of 8-4. Two of 
the team's disappointing losses 
occurred during the first game 
of the city and sectional tour- 
neys. The remaining games 
took place during the regular 
season. Ms. Harriet Wisdom as- 
sisted by Ms. Elma Helm 
coached the team through their 
good and bad days. 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL 
GOOD AND BAD DAYS 



Cynthia Appleton towers over her op- 
ponent to gain a victory. 



Top — The reserve team leads their 
opponents in circles with their offen- 
sive attack. 




Row 1: Elvina Gibson, Terry Bunton, Linda Williams, Cynthia Appleton. 
Row 2: Candy Caston, Rochelle Jones, Debra Nelson, Yvonne Washum. 



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THREE WRESTLERS GO TO REGIONALS 



The wrestling team, coached by 
Mr. Ervin Wright, suffered 
through a rather disappointing 
season this year. Their record 
in the regular season competi- 
tion was 3-4, while they finished 
5th, 3rd, and 4th in the Central, 
Palestine, and Tipton invita- 
tional tourneys. The squad was 
plagued by inexperience, as 
there were only 3 seniors along 
with 30 underclassmen. Out- 
standing grapplers were Albert 
Musgrove at 105 lbs., and 
Wayne Rainey, who, at 200 lbs., 
wrestled heavyweight against 
competition up to 300 lbs. "The 
future looks bright", said 
Coach Wright. The reserve 
team was 5-2 and the freshman 
boasted two city champs. 




Mr. Ervin Wright coached Wayne Rainey, Rick Williams, and 
Albert Musgrove to the regional meet. 

Top — Micheal Bland says, "Down to the ground or else." 

Left — Ken Ball is declared the champion while his opponent 
walks away in anguish. 



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Top left — Albert Musgrove's quick 
moves catch his opponent off 
guard. 

Middle — Nat Bledsoe uses his 
dynamic force to pin and win the 
match. 

Above — Floyd Joyner, with his 
polished defensive tactics prepares 
for the "slammer". 

Left — Freshmen — Row 1: J. 
Cougan, K. Peacock, K. Ball, D. 
Middleton, A. Malone, F. Joyner, D. 
Rowe. Row 2: M. Beard, K. Ezell, F. 
Alexander, Coach Hausmann, K. 
Kelly, P. Wickam, N. Warren, J. Bal- 
low. 



Right — Varsity — Row 1: A. 
Frazier, H. Langford, C. Jackson, 
R. Polin, D. Matthews, C. Shepard, 
K. Crossland, L. Williams, A. Mus- 
grove, D. Crawford, D. Holman, N. 
Bledsoe, R. Quarles, Coach 
Wright. Row 2: J. Cougan, D. Jor- 
dan, R. Williams, T. Williams, D. 
Poston, C. Keys, M. Sanders, R. 
Rowe, L. Brown, J. Brown, R. 
Greene, K. France, C. Knight, J. 
Jewell, K. Hayes. Row 3: Coach El, 
E. Strickland, G. Brown, J. 
McKune, P. Labejof, W. Rainey, 
W. Wilson, D. Collins, K. Williams. 



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3:30 every Wednesday at the 
Meadows Bowling Alley, you 
could hear pins crashing and 
see 'Ridgers bowling. 

The Shortridge intramural 
bowling teams consisted of 
students who enjoyed bowling 
and desired to improve their 
game. 

Sponsor, Jerry Steiner, among 
other things, figured the hand- 
icaps and kept track of the 
team wins and losses. 





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INTRAMURAL BOWLING 




Intense concentration gleams in the eyes of these bowlers as they watch a 
teammate's ball travel towards another strike. 

Left — With determination, Yvonda Kidd prepares to pick up her spar. 

Top — Gregory Cager releases the ball as David Graston counts the remain- 
ing pins. 

Middle — Robert McNeal takes careful steps to maintain perfect form. 



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Girls' track involves anticipation, determination, and relaxation. 




Ricky Williams' muscles bulge as he takes down his op- David Graston and Frank Mines work to improve their 
ponent. skill in punting. 




Ridgers await the moment when they can express the thrill of victory — or could it be the agony of defeat? 



89 



BOYS' TRACK 



VOLLEYBALL 





THEY 


SHS 


Wood 


60 


65 


Ben Davis and 


96 


24 


Washington 


36 




Chatard 


71 


31 


Marshall and 


48 


45 


Manual 


67 




Broad Ripple and 


30 


42 


Howe 


71 




Pike 


70 


46 


Attucks 


44 


81 


Brebeuf and 


53 


64 


Cathedral 


41 




Roncalli 


50 


76 


Tech 


96 


31 


Manual 






City 




8th 


Sectional 




8th 



CROSS COUNTRY 





THEY 


SHS 


Howe and 


22 


73 


Washington 


43 




Brebeuf 


15 


48 


Arlington 


24 


32 


Cathedral 


19 


46 


Chatard 


18 


46 


Attucks 


25 


35 


Decatur 


19 


40 


Washington Inv. 




16th 


Pike 


17 


42 


Broad Ripple 


28 


29 


Ritter 


47 


15 


Manual 


19 


40 


City 




13th 


Roncalli 


27 


28 


Wood 


35 


23 



TENNIS 





THEY 


SHS 


Tech 





5 


Wood 





5 


Howe 


3 


2 


Marshall 





5 


Cathedral 





5 


Park Tudor 


1 


4 


Scecina 


2 


3 


Arlington 


1 


4 


Attucks 


1 


4 


Manual 


1 


4 


Cathedral 





5 


Tech 


1 


4 


Carmel 


4 


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Tech Tourney 




2nd 


Sectional 




2nd 



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THEY 


SHS 


Arlington 


219 


249 


Broad Ripple 


240 


245 


Brebeuf 


213 


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Chatard 


221 


244 


Manual 


238 


241 


Attucks 


278 


235 


Park Tudor 


198 


221 


Wood 


237 


230 


Tech 


213 


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Ritter 


207 


238 


North Central 


189 


240 


Washington 


301 


228 


Northwest 


223 


238 



BASEBALL 



Manual 

Cathedral 

Wood 

Washington 

Avon 

Avon 

Chatard 

Ben Davis 

Zionsville 

Wood 

Ritter 

City-Howe 

Broad Ripple 

Brebeuf 

Arlington 

Scecina 

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Tech 

Howe 

Attucks 

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THEY 


SHS 


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3 


3 





2 


3. 


11 


5 


1 


4 


14 


15 


5 





10 


3 


6 


5 





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5 


4 


20 


4 


18 


10 


10 


4 


12 


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GIRLS' TRACK 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 





THEY 


SHS 


Howe 


47 


58 


Marshall 


77 


77 


Warren Central 


65 


38 


Ladywood 


31 




Attucks 


57 


48 


Chatard 


61 


21 


Washington 


53 




Tech, Scecina 




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Northwest 


62 


41 


Arlington 


46 


58 


City 




10th 



FOOTBALL 




Broadripple 

Manual 

Northwest 

Cathedral 

Ritter 

Arlington 

Wood 

Attucks 

Brebeuf 

Chatard 



THEY 
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7 
12 
14 

2 
27 
34 



SHS 

20 

14 

10 



28 

34 

54 

7 

8 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



Brebeuf 

Marshall 

Northwest 

Attucks 

Roncalli 

Wood 

Scecina 

Chatard 

Howe 

Cathedral 



THEY 

31 

69 

32 

49 

52 

37 

59 

54 

50 

55 






THEY 


SHS 


Tech 


73 


58 


Washington 


53 


57 


Attucks 


49 


69 


Howe 


58 


53 


Richmond 


76 


57 


Wood 


52 


74 


Chatard 


30 


51 


Brebeuf 


71 


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Scecina 


78 


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Northwest 


43 


58 


Arlington 


56 


65 


Ritter 


78 


83 


Lafayette Jeff. 


72 


51 


Manual 


64 


63 


Avon 


61 


71 


Broadripple 


57 


60 


Connersville 


40 


41 


Marshall 


70 


65 




WRESTLING 
TOURNAMENTS 





Warren Central 


4th Place 


City — Varsity 


5th Place 


Reserve 


5th Place 


Freshmen 


4th Place 


New Palenstine 


3rd Place 


Tipton 


4th Place 


Sectionals 


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ADMINISTRATION 




Like every well run outfit, Shor- 
tridge has top flight leaders. 
Principal Benjamin Johnson's 
say in matters dealing with ac- 
tivities and funds helped to 
keep Shortridge active. In his 
fourth year as chief adminis- 
trator his main responsibility 
was with public relations — 
keeping teachers, students, par- 
ents, and the school board in 
tune with each other. 

Vice-principal, Donald Oldham, 
handled all business matters 
and school personnel such as 
the security guards, cafeteria 
workers, deans, and custodi- 
ans. 

The other vice-principal, 
Donald King, had under his au- 
spices the jobs of scheduling 
and curriculum planning. Mr. 
King also took responsibility for 
summer school. 

Mr. Benjamin Johnson — 
Principal 

Left — Mr. Donald King — Vice Prin- 
cipal 

Right — Mr. Donald Oldham — Vice 
Principal 



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Ms. Betty Garrett — Dean of Girls Below — Mr. James Dozler — Director Mr. Francis Carter — Dean of Men 

of Guidance 



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Mr. Roy Aberson 
Mrs. Sandra Al-Amin, 
Math Dept. Head 
Mr. Hoover Baker 
Mr. John Baker 
Mrs. Mattie Ballow 
Mrs. Patricia Barry 
Mr. Thomas Birk 
Mrs. Brenda Branham 
Mr. Gary Brown 
Mrs. Marjorie Burford 
Miss Susan Burton 
Mr. Richard Cohen 
Mr. Leonard Behling, 
Music Dept. Head 
Mr. Robert Call 
Mrs. Dorcas Cravens 
Mr. Richard Crawley 
Mrs. Joyce Crist 
Mrs. Mary Davis, 
Home Ec. Dept. Head 
Mr. Myron El 
Miss Mary Esterline 



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Mr. Stanley irwin 

Mrs. Carolyn Fay 

Mrs. Adrienne Ferguson 

Mr. Charles Fitzgerald, 

P.E. — Heath Dept. Head 

Mr. Ronald Freeland 

Mr. Ernest Frigo 

Mrs. Mae Graves 

Mr. Richard Grismore 

Mrs. Jacqueline Greenwood 

Mr. David Hammer 

Mr. James Hausmann 

Mr. John Haynes 

Mrs. Emma Helm 

Mr. Philip Hirsch 

Mrs. Wanda Horner 

Mr. Robert Houston 

Mr. Maurice Huckleberry 

Miss Sandra Hunt 

Mrs. Jean Jackson 



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Mrs. Constance Kirby 
Mrs. Azilee Kincaide 
Mrs. Joy Law 
Mrs. Chris Libbs 
Mr. Donald Mannan 
Mrs. Ernestine McCree 
Miss Susan McNiel 
Mrs. Helen Moeiier 
Mrs. Marian Moses 
Mr. William Morgan 
Mr. John Medjesk 
Mrs. Nancy Noike 
Mr. Thomas Payne, 
Social Studies Dept. Head 
Mr. Ford Ratcllff 
Mrs. Lois Repass 
Mr. Gene Robertson 
Mr. Michael Sanford 
Mrs. Lora Phillips 
Mr. David Shockley 
Mrs. Mary Siegel 
Mrs. Mary Slaton 
Mrs. Carol Smith, 
Science Dept. Head 




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Mrs. Judith Stimson 
Mr. Allen Sutherland, 
Foreign Lang. Dept. Head 
Mrs. Twyllah Taylor 
Mrs. Carolyn Test 
Mr. Ernest Tinker 
Mr. C.J. Thomas 
Mr. C.E. Thomas 
Mr. Stephen Tolin 
Mrs. Cecelia Tucker 
Miss Marie Van Horn 
Miss Lucille Wahl 
Mrs. Kathleen Wallace 
Mrs. Deborah Waycott 
Mrs. Ruth Webb, 
Business Dept. Head 
Mrs. Corrie Wilson, 
Art Dept. Head 
Mrs. Jean Whitcraft, 
English Dept. Head 
Mrs. Harriet Wisdom 
Sgt. James Wood, 
ROTC Dept. Head 
Mr. Gary Wood 
Mr. Ervin Wright 
Mrs. Clarice Young 



99 



BEHIND THE SCENES 





a. Mrs. Cynthia Rohn, Frosh Coun- 
selor, b. Mrs. Joann Guttrich, Soph. 
Counselor, c. Mr. Roderic Trabue, 
Jr. Counselor, d. Mr. Jerry Stelner, 
Sr. Counselor, e. Mrs. Susie Brown, 
Librarian, f. Mr. Max Reisburg. g. 
Mrs. Marth Newland, Librarian, h. 
Mrs. Roselyn Richardson, CSP. i. 
Mr. Don Thomas, Asst. Dean of 
Men. j. Miss Shelly Akers, Secretary, 
k. Ms. Mildred Blewitt, Registrar. I. 
Mrs. Shirley Carson, Attendance, m. 
Mrs. Johnnie Duke, Switchboard, n. 
Mrs. Sandra Mumphrey, Atten- 
dance, o. Mrs. Kay Shepherd, At- 
tendance, p. Mrs. Gladys Smith, 
Secretary, q. Mrs. Mary Wills, De- 
an's Office, r. Mrs. June Lockett, 
Security, s. Mrs. Donna Douglas, 
Security, t. Mr. Don McCauley, Print 
Shop. u. Mr. Billy Taylor, Security, v. 
Mr. Don Smith, Security, w. Mr. 
James Hayes, Security. 



100 



IN MEMORIUM 
OF THOMAS BRESNAHAN 




Mr. Bresnahan came home from the hospital to test himself. He started with 
Vergil's The Aeneid in Latin and Dante's Divine Comedy in the original Ita- 
lian and Latin. Mr. Bresnahan wanted others to know the joy of learning. 
From Vergil he read, 

Stat sua cuique dies; breve et irreparabile tempus 
o nibus est vitae; sed famam extendere factis, 
hoc virtutis opus. 

BookX, line 467-70 
Every man's hour is appointedl Brief and unalterable 
For all, the span of life. To enlarge his fame by great deeds 
Is what the brave man must aim at. 

In one of the languages that he could use, as others their native tongue, 
here is a wish for Mr. Bresnahan 
Anima Thomas, et animae omnium 
fidelium defunctorum, per- 
misericordiam Dei requiescant in 
pace aeternam. 

"May the soul of Thomas, and the 
souls of all who have died in faith, 
through the mercy of God rest in 
peace eternally." 



101 




102 



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SENIORS 





Even before entering as freshman, the 
class of 77 was faced with the possi- 
bility of Shortridge closing. SAVE 
SHORTRIDGE buttons and bumper 
sticl<ers were seen everywhere, as 
concerned parents and students at- 
tended school board meetings and 
rallies. Along with the turmoil involv- 
ing the school, the Watergate ques- 
tion began to seeth. Freshmen 
finished the year unsure of the next. 

For the "wise fools", 1974-1975 began 
with all the swaggering self confi- 
dence natural to sophomores. Short- 
ridge was safe for the immediate fu- 
ture, and changes in administration 
had clicked smoothly, a promise of 
things to come. Putting a twist on the 
T.V. bicentennial minute, sophomores 
produced "Shortridge, As It Was" 
every Wednesday after the an- 
nouncements. 

Nationally, things also seemed to be 
going at a better pace. Nixon re- 
signed, and the draft was abolished. 
SHS closed for the summer with 
hopes for the coming Bicentennial 
year. 

The advent of the junior year brought 
an increasingly informal and relaxed 
atmosphere. The idea of closing Short- 
ridge seemed preposterous. Redford 
and Hoffman took the town by storm 
as Washington Post reporters Wood- 
ward and Bernstein in All The Presi- 
dent's Men . While the controversy 
over Patty Hearst began, so did elec- 
tion debates and discussions in class- 
rooms. Also on the Shortridge front, 
76 marked the arrival of the computer 
terminal and the city tennis champi- 
onship. While other teams of brawn 
struggled, the teams of the mind 
swept up honors as Exercise in 
Knowledge went to the semi-finals 
against North Central, and the chess 
team crushed away all opponents to 
victory. 

In September of this year, seniors en- 
tering were unsure whether to rejoice 




at being seniors or to bemoan gradu- 
ated friends, but as the halls filled 
with credulous neophlyte frosh, se- 
niors got into the swing of things. Se- 
niors ground away at Econ and Gov- 
ernment, and confronted the question 
of "after High School, what?" As the 
Echo's poll predicted, Carter won the 
presidency after an ardurous cam- 
paign, perhaps due to the televised 
debates and his toothy smile, ERA 
was ratified by Indiana amid manifes- 
tations of joy coupled with predic- 
tions of doom. The T.V. book/movie 
Roots dominated conversations as 
the story of one man's search for his 
heritage sparked pride in Black Amer- 
icans. Finally, the U.S. Supreme Court 
sent the Indiana desegregation case 
back to I owe^r courts, reminding us 
that the fate of SHS still hung in the 
balance. Still, as painters and plaster- 
ers went rampant in the hails, exiling 
classes to work, the feeling was of 
security. The Senior Council involved 
itself in various activities from selling 
candy to bringing Christmas cheer to 
the very young and the very old. The 
extremely cold weather and the unex- 
pected snow days did nothing to les- 
sen the subdued excitement of the 
senior's final semester. Work began 
on the Last Will and Testament as the 
approach of spring fever began to 
tempt SHS'ers out of classes. 

Since entering as freshmen, the class 
of '77 has done much to affect the 
school. In spite of the constantly shift- 
ing government affairs, seniors did 
their part to help regulate and partici- 
pate in Shortridge functions, with the 
particular help of Ms. Jackie Green- 
wood, the freshman council sponsor 
who readily stayed on with us to be- 
come a close friend and a sometime 
accomplice. 

In the past four years, Shortridge has 
faced uncertainty and challenge, feel- 
ings surmounted and replaced with 
the buoyancy of success and the calm 
of — SERENITY. 



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Delbert Akers 

Toni Adams 

John Anderson 

Karen Anderson 

Kevin Anderson 

Lydia Ashanin 

Annetta Baker 

Ethel Baker 

Carlos Banks 

Maxwell Banks 

Gregory Bateman 

Carolyn Beason 

Dan Beck 

Loretta Beeler 

Wendy Beidelman 

Creigh Bell 

Grace Belleriger 

Rose Bennett 



Sandra Benson 

Jennifer Berryhill 

David Beuke 

Pamela Bibbs 

Belinda Bingham 

Kerry Bingham 

Yulinda Blackman 

Percy Bland 

Sharon Blankenbaker 

Clyde Bolden 

John Brannon 

Linda Brown 



Stephen Brown 

Charlotte Burton 

Deborah Butler 

Temika Campbell 

Paul Carey 

Nadine Casey 




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Breck Caston 
Karen Chambers 
Kathleen Chapman 
Harriet Cheffins 
Donald Clark 
Donna Clark 



Tammy Cockrell 
Marcia Coe 
Angela Colby 
Michael Coleman 
Dan Collins 
Donna Collins 



Garfield Cooper 
Pamela Crawford 
Kevin Crean 
Kerry Crossland 
Jo Ann Crumpton 
Ronald Cummings 



Ernest Cunningham 
Gordon Dove 
Othella Davis 
Cheryl Davis 
Cherie Datson 
Shelley Dinkins 

Debra Easley 
Darlene Edwards 
Monica Estrella 
Ricky Fields 
Tony Fields 
David Finnell 



Sandra Fisher 
Donna Fleming 
Amanda Fletcher 
Theresa Ford 
Maria Franklin 
Mike Erasure 



107 



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Greg Frierson 

Frederick Gaddis 

Patsy Gaines 

Burnadette Garrett 

Laurie Garrett 

Francois Gianola 



Tony Gilbert 

Wanda Gillespie 

Greg Goodrich 

Susan Gordon 

Denise Grady 

Shelly Grimes 

Chris Gruver 
Pam Hall 
David Harper 
Doshia Harris 
David Hauck 
Alfred Hayes 

Marguerite Hazelwood 

David Hickerson 

Frank Hines 

Mary Howard 

Ricky Howard 

Cheryl Hunt 

Bertha Jackson 
Doris Jackson 
John Jackson 

Linda Jefferson 
Norma Jeffers 
Darlene Jewell 



Vivian Johnson 

Cheryl Janes 

Dorothy Jones 

Howard Jones 

Johnny Jones 

Natasha Jones 




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Robert Jones 
Sandra Jones 
Arnold Keith 
Shirley Keys 
Paul Knox 
Pierre Labejof 

Delia Lacey 
Joan LaFollette 
Rebecca LaForge 
Beverly Lee 
Lecia Lee 
Stella Lee 



Gerald Lewis 
Becky Lingeman 
Debra Lightfoot 
Janet Lightfoot 
Kim Lindsey 
Viola Love 



Beverly Luddington 
La Wanda Lyies 
Lisa Maxieson 
Laura Mayfield 
Duke Matthews 
Judith Marrs 



Verdonna Malone 
Linda McClure 
Diane McKune 
Adell McLay 
Robert McNeal 
Karen Milgate 

Lisa Miller 
Sherrae Moore 
David Moore 
Lawane Montgomery 
Peter Moss 
Jesse Murkerson 



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Wyena Murry 

Deborah Nelson 

Margo Nelson 

Larren New 

Elvira Nolcox 

Caria Paicely 



Curvin Parker 
Patricia Parker 

Ivery Peacock 

Deidre Perry 

Brenda Pervine 

Pierre Peterson 

Anita Pope 

Laura Porterfield 

Faith Pounds 

Linda Powell 

Michele Pryor 

Jack Purcell 



Wayne Rainey 
Sherrie Reeves 

Rita D.R. Rice 

Clayton Richardson 

Martha Richardson 

Margie Ringel 

Connie Roberts 

Antoinette Robinson 

Oscar Roddy 

Estalita Rodgers 

Belissa Sapp 

Susan Shaw 



Everett Shockley 

Donna Simmons 

Vernetta Singleton 

Anita Slatter 

Peggy Smith 

Sue Smith 




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Vickie Smith 
Ann Smitha 
Scott Soltermann 
Charles Spaulding 
Keith Spencer 
Daniel Stewart 



Danny Stewart 
Karen Stewart 
Bennie Stigler 
Fred Stokes 
Eric Strickland 
Rebecca Strickland 



Tanya Stuart 
Debra Sullivan 
Elizabeth Sullivan 
Michele Summers 
Kalista Swift 
Norma Tally 

Brenda Terrell 
Ulysses Terry 
Michael Thannhaeuser 
Lisa Thomas 
Julius Thompson 
Jeffrey Tipton 

Bettie Townsend 
William Tuggle 
Michelle Turner 
Marilyn Waddington 
Mary Ann Walton 
Krysti Wagner 

Patricia Walker 
Stacey Walton 
Alyce Ward 
Cheryl Ward 
Marvin Ward 
Julia Ware 



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Antoinette Warren 

Annette Washum 

Anna Watkins 

Carolyn Watkins 

Kathleen Wells 

Donald White 

Glenda White 

Janet Whitmore 

Brenda Williams 

Martha Williams 

Rita Willis 

Sirena Willis 



Chris Wilson 

Wendy Winston 

Anthony Woolridge 

Lola Woodruff 

Cheryl Woods 

Thomas Yau 



Angela Young 

Henry Young 

Phyllis Young 

Susan Zike 




SENIOR COUNCIL, First Row: Marguerite Hazelwood, Wendy Beidelman, Donald Clarke, Mike Tannhauser, Carlos 
Banks, Denis Woods, Frank Mines, Judy Marrs, Patty Parker, Clyde Bolden, Elvira Nolcox, Kalista Swift, Second 
Row: Larren New, Robert McNeal, Everett Schockley, Diane McKune, Lydia Ashanin, Carolyn Watkins, Annette 
Clayton, Yulinda Blackman, Anita Slatter, Nadine Casey, Cheryl Davis. Seated: Sponser, Ms. Phillips; Officers — 
Sherrae Moore, Publicity Chairman; Natasha Jones, Secretary; Krysti Wagener, Vice President; Tanya Stuart, Ways 
and Means; Peggy Smith, Treasurer; Sponser, Ms. Greenwood. Unpictured — Kerry Crossland, Tony Gilbert, Marg 
Ringel, Sue Smith, Ulysses Terry. 



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SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



Adams, Roger 
Allen, Gene 
Allen, Jill 

Allender, Rochelle 
Anthony, Dean 
Austin, Vera 
Avery, Betty 
Barnes, Tyran 
Barnett, Kevin 
Benton, Keith 
Beverly, Stevie 
Birdsong, Anthony 
Blake, Dennis 
Blue, Larry 
Brittain, Kevin 
Brooks, Dione 
Brown, Clifford 
Brown, Darcia 
Brown, Dwight 
Burton, Charlotte 
Butler, Ronald 
Byrd, Gertie 
Carter, Terr! 
Cobb, Andrew 
Coleman, Gregory 
Coleman, Lawrence 
Collins, Keely 



Collins, Loretta 
Crabtree, Venall 
Damman, Antji 
Davenport, Allan 
Davis, Stephanie 
Dillard, Carlene 
Darsey, Rodella 
Drain, Charles 
Durham, Stephen 
Edmonds, Rhonda 
Elliot, Shirley 
Ennis, Harry 
Evans, Jerry 
Ewing, Soma 
Fields, Robert 
Flowers, Gary 
Franklin, Marie 
Frias, Domingo 
Gaines, Dewayne 
Garwin, Roquel 
Geist, Mark 
Goodnight, Janice 
Graston, David 
Griffin, Robbin 
Hamiter, Gregory 
Hampton, Jonas 
Hayes, Daria 



Hayes, Willis 
Henderson, Kevin 
Hinant, John 
Holifield, Roger 
House, Deborah 
Howell, David 
Huse, Timothy 
Irby, Danny 
Jackson, Judy L. 
Jake, Maria 
Johnson, Robin 
Jones, Celeste 
Jones, Helen 
Jones, Malcolm 
Jorman, Lisa 
Kelly, Tanya 
Lavin, Lisa 
Lee, Patricia 
Lockhart, David 
Maddox, Wayne 
Manuel, Clyde 
Marsh, Craig 
Matthews, Duke 
May, Darlene 
McLaughlin, James 
Meyers, Gregory 
Miles, Arthur 



Miller, Tiawa 
Mixon, Mary 
Moffet, Steve 
Moraud, Michelle 
Musgrove, Albert 
Musgrove, Patricia 
Nance, Brenda 
Newbolt, Tanya 
Ovelton, Teresa 
Payton, Gary 
Pederson, Jill 
Purvine, Brenda 
Phillips, Michelle 
Polk, Clinton 
Quinney, David 
Roberts, Linda 
Sallee, Michael 
Sanders, Gary 
Satterthwaite, John 
Shanklin, Wesley 
Shirley, Tina 
Simmons, Cathy 
Simpson, Ernest 
Smith, John 
Snow, Mary 
Sullivan, Danny 
Sullivan, Elizabeth 



Tackett, Randal 
Thomas, Duane 
Thompson, Peter 
TInsley, Charles 
Townsel, Betty 
Townsend, Rebecca 
Travis, Walter 
Trimple, Dean 
Tuggle, William 
Turner, Sheila 
Wadlington, Marilyn 
Wallen, Thomas 
Warren, Antoinette 
Watts, Darrell 
Wells, Rodney 
Wheat, Edward 
Whitmore, Janet 
Wickham, Kevin 
Wild, George 
Williams, Charles 
Williams, David 
Williams, Linda 
Wills, Rita 
Wooden, Larry 
Wilson, Chris 
Woods, Denis 
York, Tim 



SENIOR HONOR ROLL 



Lafollette, Joan 


7.943 


Watkins, Carolyn 


7.861 


Wagener, Kristane 


7.777 


Beck, Dan 


7.764 


Finnell, David 


7.742 


Richardson, Clayton 


7.706 


Blankenbaker, Sharon 


7.692 


Ashanin, Lydia 


7.510 


Milgate, Karen 


7.507 


Johnson, Vivian 


7.441 


Nolcox, Elvira 


7.416 


Stuart, Tanya 


7.385 


Solterman, Scott 


7.304 


McKune, Diane 


7.292 


Zike, Susan 


7.214 


Hazelwood, Marguerite 


7.200 


Dove, J. Gordon 


7.194 


Erasure, Michael 


7.104 


Howell, David 


6.912 


McNeal, Robert 


6.837 


Burton, Charlotte 


6.782 


Strickland, Eric 


6.739 


Strickland, Rebecca 


6.694 


Moore, Sherrae 


6.588 


Shaw, Susan 


6.551 


Schockley, Everett 


6.551 


Gillespie, Wanda 


6.438 


Garrett, Laurie 


6.424 


Beidleman, Wendy 


6.388 




Jewell, Darlene 


6.361 


Anderson, Kevin 


6.290 


Gilbert, Tony 


6.281 


Banks, Carlos 


6.268 


Marrs, Judith 


6.228 


Collins, Donna L. 


6.187 


Quinney, David 


6.186 


Lavin, Lisa 


6.167 


Smith, Suzanne 


6.153 


Thompson, Julius 


6.100 


Brooks, Dione 


6.061 


Malone, Verdonna 


6.052 


Jones, Natasha 


6.029 



SENIOR LINERS 

ASHANIN, LY DIA T. — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; '75 '76 Jr. Vaudeville; Annual 
Section Editor; I.U. Honor Language 
Study, France; Brain Game; Foot- 
lights German Club; Great Books 
Club; Honor Pin; Key Club; French 
Club Pres.; Russian Club; N.H.S.; 
NOTE Certificate; '75 Math Contest. 

BEIDELMAN, WENDY — Sr. Council, 
Jr. Policy; '74, '75, '76 Jr. Vaudeville; 
Annual Section Editor; Glee Club; 
New Establishment; A Cappella; A, B, 



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C Bands; Brain Game; Footlights 
Club; French Club; Quill and Scroll; 
N.H.S.; Stage Crew; Thespians; Stage 
Band; 77 Annual Editor-in-Chief. 

BEUKE, DAVID — Soccer Club; Ger- 
man Club. 

BLACKMON, YULINDA — Sr. Council; 
77 Jr. Vaudeville; Band; Twirler; Girls 
League; Res., Vars. Basketball; Vol- 
leyball; Vars. Girls Track, Capt.; Cheer 
Block; German Club, Secy.; Letter- 
man's Club; Student Council. 

BOLDEN, CLYDE N. — Sr. Council; 
76 Jr. Vaudeville; Annual Section Ed.; 
Echo Staff; Young Life; Bowling; 
Res., Vars. Cross Country; Res., Vars. 
Track; Career Sampling Club; Honor 
Pin; Key Club; Student Council; Mar- 
ion County Math Contest 76. 

BUTLER, DEBORA — Sr. Council; 
Young Life; Girls Track; Cheer Block; 
Student Council; Secy.; Y-Teens; 
Who's Who In High School. 

CASEY, NADINE — Sr. Council; Prom 
Com.; Glee Club; A Cappella; Cheer 
Block; C.O.E.; O.E.A. 

CROSSLAND, KERRY A. — Sr. Coun- 
cil, Jr. Policy; Res. Baseball; Vars. 
Cross Country; Vars. Track; Vars. 
Wrestling; Key Club, Secy.; Letter- 
man's Club; Soccer Club; ROTC; Fel- 
lowship of Christian Athletes. 

FINNELL, DAVID ERIC — Sr. Class 
Pres.; Sr. Council; Jr. Class Pres.; Jr. 
Policy; Prom Com.; '74, '76 Jr. Vau- 
deville; A Cappella; Orchestra; Fresh., 
Res. Track; N.H.S.; Who's Who In 
High School; Jr. Prom King; P.A. An- 
nouncer; Homecoming King; Soph. 
Class Pres. 

FLEMING, DONNA — Girls Drill Team; 
Young Life; Fresh., Res. Girls Track; 
Library; ROTC. 

ERASURE, MIKE — '76 Jr. Vaudeville; 
Key Club; Vars. Cross Country; Track; 
Chess Club; Brain Game; Great 
Books; Letterman's Club. 

GADDIS, FREDERICK — Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Track; Vars. Wrestling; Key 
Club; Letterman's Club; Student 
Council. 

GILBERT, TONY — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Prom Com.; '75, '76 Jr. Vau- 
deville; Band; A Orchestra; Bowling: 
N.H.S.; Sr. Variety Show; Interscho- 
lastic Bowling League; Float Commit- 
tee. 

GORDON, SUSAN — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; '76 Jr. Vaudeville; A Band; Or- 
chestra; I.U. Honor Language Study, 
Mexico. 

HAZELWOOD, MARGUERITE — Ju- 
nior Policy Publicity Chm; Jr. Vau- 
deville Act Chm; '76, '77 Jr. Vau- 
deville; Echo Editor; Echo Staff; Pom 
Pom Girl; Quill and Scroll; National 
Honor Society; Y-Teens; Who's Who 
In High School; Hoosier Girl's State; 
Senior Variety Show. 

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HOWARD, MARY — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy. 

JACKSON, JOHN — Sr. Council; Boys 
Drill Team; Varsity Cross Country; 
Varsity Track; Cheer Block; Footlights 
Club; Letterman's Club; Stage Crew; 
Thespians; ROTC. 

JOHNSON, VIVIAN — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Prom Com.; Jr. Vaudeville '76; 
Pom Pom Girl; National Honor Soci- 
ety; I.U. Groups Program; Senior Trip 
Com.; COE. 

LAFOLLETTE, JOAN — Annual Sec- 
tion Ed.; A Orchestra; Great Books 
Club; Honor Pin; French Club; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Hoosier Girls 
State; Altrusa Award; All-State Or- 
chestra. 

MALONE, VERDONNA R. — Co-v.- 
pres, Sr. Class; Secretary Jr. Class; 
'76 Vaudeville; Annual section editor; 
Twirler captain; Library; Student 
council; Y-Teens; Junior Achieve- 
ment; MITE '76. 

MARRS, JUDITH L. — Jr. Class Office; 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Vaudeville; 
Program Editor Vaudeville '76; Echo 
Editor; Band; Young Life; Quill and 
Scroll; N.H.S.; Y-Teens; Who's Who In 
High School; Teen Star Reporter; 
Hoosier Girls State. 

McCLURE, LINDA D. — Library; Stu- 
dent Council; D.E. President. 

MOORE, DAVID L — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Vaudeville Ch.; Prom Com.; 
Vaudeville '76, '77; Fresh., Res., Varsi- 
ty. Football; Track; Footlights Club; 
Letterman's Club; Thespians; ROTC. 

MOORE, SHERRAE L. — Sr. Class Of- 
fice; Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Vaudeville 
Ch.; Vaudeville '76; A Cappella; Pom 
Pom Girl; Career Sampling Club; 
Footlights Club. 

PARKER, PATRICIA, D. — Sr. Council; 
Vaudeville '74; Young Life; Key Club; 
Stage Crew; Student Council. 

POWELL, LINDA D. — Vaudeville '76 
and '77; B and; Twirler; Girls Drill 
Team; Mat Maids. 

RAINEY, WAYNE — Sr. Council; 
Young Life; Fresh. Basketball; Fresh, 
Reserve, Varsity Football; Varsity 
Wrestling; Letterman's Club; Latin 
Club. 

REEVES, SHERRIE L. — Young Life; 
Varsity Basketball; Cheer Block; Ca- 
reer Sampling Club; Library. 

RICHARDSON, MARTHA — Girls Drill 
Team; Young Life; Res., Varsity 
Cheerleader; ROTC. 

RINGLE, MARGIE A. — Jr. Class Of- 
fice; Jr. Policy; Vaudeville '74, '75, '76, 
'77; A Orchestra; Footlights Club; 
Stage Crew; Thespians; Soph. Coun- 
cil; Christmas Touring Play; Student 
Director Spring Touring Play. 

RODGERS, ESTALITA — Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Vaudeville '75, '76; Echo 



Staff; Co-captain Pom Pom; Mat 
Maid; I.U. Groups; COE. 

SHAW, SUSAN — Soccer; Soccer 
Club; N.H.S. 

SHOCKLEY, EVERETT W. — Sr 
Council; Jr. Policy; Vaudeville '76 
Echo Staff; Band; Res. Baseball 
Bowling; French Club; N.H.S., Nat'l 
Achievement Semifin.; Who's Who In 
High School; Nat'l Merit Commenda- 
tion. 

SLATTER, ANITA — Sr. Council; Vau- 
deville '76 Glee Club; New Establish- 
ment; Pres. A Cappella; Young Life; 
Track; Student Council; Fresh., Res. 
Cheerleader. 

SMITH, PEGGY — Treas. Sr. Class; 
Treas. Jr. Class; Sr. Council; Jr. Poli- 
cy; Prom Com; Annual Section Editor; 
Pom Pom Girl; Pres. Spanish Club; 
Student Council; Mat Maid; Senior 
Variety Show; Secretary Sophomore 
Council. 

STRICKLAND, ERIC — A Cappella; A 
Band; Vars. Cross Country; Res., 
Vars. Track; Sec, Treas., Pres. Chess 
Club; Footlights Club; German Club; 
Thespians; NHS; Math Team. 

STUART, TAN YA M. — Sr. Class 
Prom Ch. Sr. Council; Jr., Soph. 
Fresh., Councils; Vaudeville; Echo Ed 
itor; Young Life; Great Books Club 
Key Club; French Club; Quill and 
Scroll; Naturalist Club; N.H.S. Pres 
Fres., Res. Cheerleader; Career Sam- 
pling; Honor Roll; Mayor's Youth 
Congress. 

SULLIVAN, ELIZABETH — Young 
Life; COE, OEA. 

THOMAS, LISA A. — A Cappella. 

THOMPSON, JULUIS R. — Fres., Res. 
Football; Res., Vars. Wrestling; Let- 
terman's Club. 

WAGENER, KRISTANE M. — Vice- 
Pres. Sr. Class; Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
Vaudeville Ch.; '74, '75, '76, '77 Vau- 
deville; Pom Pom Girl; I.U. Honor 
Language Study, France; Brain 
Game; Footlights Club; German Club; 
Math Club; Great Books Club; Honor 
Pin; Pres., Sec, Treas. French Club; 
NHS; Stage Crew; Student Council; 
Thespians Soph. Council; Senior 
Play. 

WARD, ALYCE — Vaudeville '76; 
Band; Bowling. 

WATKINS, CAROLYN — Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Ch.; Vau- 
deville '76; Orchestra; I.U. Honor Al- 
ternate, France; Brain Game; German 
Club; Pres. French Club; NHS; ISMA; 
Soph. Council. 

WHITMORE, JANET — Career Sampl- 
ing Club; Library. 

ZIKE, SUSAN A. — Library. 




GRADUATION 1976 




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534 JUNIORS IN CLASS OF 78 



Akers, V. 

Alexander, C. 

Allender, D. 

Alley, C. 

Barlow, D. 

Banks, L. 

Barnett, W. 

Bate, S. 

Battles, C. 

Beaven, A. 

Bell, S. 

Berry, G. 

Blackburn, L. 

Blackburn, P. 



Blumenthal, J. 
Bonner, J. 



Boxley, M. 
Boyd, D. 



Boyd, D. 
Boyd, S. 



Boyd, T. 

Bradley, K. 

Bray, C. 

Brown, B. 

Brown, G. 

Brown, H. 

Brown, J. 

Brown, K. 
Brown, L. 
Brown, P. 
Brown, P. 
Brown, R. 
Butler, M. 
Bullock, C. 

Buntin, K. 

Burris, T. 
Campbell, S. 

Casey, F. 
Casey, M. 
Caston, P. 
Caudle, T. 




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Chappel, L. 
Chislom, R. 



Cissell, J. 
Claude, S. 



demons, L. 
Cole, J. 



Coleman, R. 
Coleman, R. 



Collins, G. 
Collins, J. 
Collins, L. 
Cooper, C. 
Corbin, R. 
Cougan, J. 
Craig, D. 

Craig, V. 
Cushingberry, A. 
Daniel, O. 
Daniel, R. 
Daniell, J. 
Daniel, J. 
Davidson, C. 

Davidson, D. 
Davis, D. 
Davis, E. 
Davis, M. 
Davis, R. 
Davis, R. 
DeBow, W. 

Dickerson, B. 
Dickerson, B. 
Dinkins, S. 
Dixon, C. 
Dobbins, R. 
Dockery, M. 
Dohrenwend, J. 

Dorsey, R. 
Dumetz, J. 
Dumetz, M. 
Dunlap, H. 
Durham, J. 
Earnhart, E. 
Easley, B. 



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Edmondson, D. 
Edwards, A. 
Edwards, D. 
Edwards, K. 
Edwards, T. 
Ennis, B. 
Ervin, A. 



Ervin, L. 
Evans, E. 
Evans, S. 



Floyd, P. 

Flowers, T. 

Ford, J. 



Ford, Y. 

Forte, A. 

France, K. 



Frizzle, R. 

Gallagher, J. 

Gant, S. 



Gibson, E. 

Gibson, R. 

Gibson, T. 

Gillepsie, W. 

Graham, P. 

Graves, G. 

Gray, B. 

Gray, C. 

Gray, J. 

Green, J. 

Gregory, R. 

Griffin, M. 

Gruver, J. 

Hampton, C. 

Hankins, D. 

Hardy, B. 

Herman, A. 

Harper, H. 

Harris, S. 

Harris, T. 
Hawkins, S. 




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Hayes, S. 
Hays, K. 
Hernly, T. 
Herod, G. 
Hightower, P. 
Hill, B. 
Hill, J. 

Hilliard, D. 
Hoesman, D. 
House, M. 
Howard, P. 
Howard, R. 
Hudson, B. 
Hutchinson, A. 



Jackson, C. 
Jackson, S. 
Johnson, T. 
Johnson, T. 



W^. 



Jones, C. 
Jones, H. 
Jones, K. 
Jones, K. 



Jones, M. 
Jones, M. 
Jones, P. 
Jones, P. 



Jones, T. 
Jordan, D. 
Joyner, G. 
Kaffenberger, A. 
Keesee, V. 
Kelly, P. 
Knight, C. 

Kyser, M. 
Langford, S. 
Latimore, R. 
Lawson, M. 
Lewis, L. 
Lightfoot, D. 
Lisenbee, T. 

Little, E. 
Lively, A. 
Locke, P. 
Maddox, E. 
Malone, T. 
Martin, L. 
Matthews, D. 

McClendon, G. 
McClendon, V. 
McClury, R. 
McCray, L. 
McDaniels, R.C. 
McCullough, A. 
McFarland, M. 



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JIVING JUNIORS JINX JEOPARDYS 



McGee, C. 

McKune, J. 

McLaughlin, J. 

McLay, S. 

McLoud, Y. 

McLoud, W. 

McSwine, P. 

Meade, V. 

Mick, C. 

Mickens, B. 

Miles, K. 

Milgate, B. 

Miller, S. 

Miller, T. 



Mitchell, P. 

Mitchell, S. 

Moore, C. 



Moore, D. 
Moore, T. 
Moore, T. 



Morand, M. 
Moss, A. 
Moss, N. 



Murphy, B. 

Murry, C. 

Nelson, M. 

Neville, K. 

Neville, P. 

Newbolt, A. 

Newell, J. 

Ney, W. 

Page, R. 

Perkins, S. 

Patterson, J. 

Patton, C. 

Patton, R. 

Peacock, L. 

Person, A. 

Person, A. 

Pierson, C. 

Pierson, H. 

Polin, T. 

Polk, C. 

Poston, D. 




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Powell, D. 
Powell, F. 
Powell, K. 
Purcell, J. 
Rago, B. 
Roach, D. 
Robinson, J. 



Roddy, R. 
Rogers, K. 



Ross, T. 
Rourke, J. 



Robinson, N. 
Salters, D. 



Sanders, K. 
Sanders, M. 



Sapp, B. 
Sargent, C. 



Satterthwaite, E. 
Seals, G. 



Shelton, S. 
Simpson, B. 
Smith, E. 
Smith, M. 
Smith, R. 
Spearman, K. 
Stallion, S. 

Stott, G. 
Stovall, K. 
Strong, A. 
Suber, A. 
Sullivan, D. 
Talley, S. 
Tandy, R. 



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Tanner, G. 
Taylor, K. 
Taylor, M. 
Taylor, S. 
Taylor, T. 
Terry, T. 
Thompson, J. 



Thompson, P. 

Thompson, V. 

Trammer, J. 

Tuggles, L. 



Walker, D. 

Walker, L. 

Walls, B. 

Walston, J. 



Walton, P. 

Ward, J. 

Ward, T. 
Warren, A. 



Warren, M. 

Warwick, M. 

Washum, Y. 

Waters, J. 

Waters, K. 

Wells, B. 

Westmoreland, C. 

White, B. 

White, C. 

White, D. 

White, K. 

Whitted, P. 

Wickham, A. 

Williams, K. 

Williams, L. 
Williams, R. 
Williams, T. 
Williams, T. 
Williams, V. 
Williamson, A. 
Wills, T. 

Wilson, B. 
Wilson, C. 
Wilson, C. 
Wilson, D. 
Wilson, G. 
Wilson, W. 
Wooden, L. 

Woodford, C. 

Woollen, B. 

Wyatt, D. 

Yates, D. 

Young, B. 




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SCINTILATING SOPHS SEIZE SUCCESS 




Abernathy, J. 
Akers, J. 
Allen, P. 
Allen, S. 
Appleton, V. 
Atkins, P. 
Austin, D. 

Avery, T. 
Bailey, A. 
Bailey, J. 
Bailey, P. 
Baker, H. 
Baker, P. 
Barnett, C. 

Barrett, B. 
Bartlett, V. 
Bass, J. 
Bates, V. 
Batteast, P. 
Baxter, K. 
Beauford, R. 



Bell, G. 
Bell, L. 
Bellamy, L. 
Bellamy, R. 



Berry, G. 
Birroh, C. 
Black, C. 
Black, T. 



Blake, C. 
Blankenbaker, D. 
Bledsoe, C. 
Bledsoe, E. 



Bradford, F. 
Bridgeforth, K. 
Brinkley, P. 
Broadus, B. 



Brooks, R. 
Brooks, T. 
Brown, C. 
Brown, D. 



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123 



Brown, L. 

Brown, L. 

Brown, P. 

Brown, R. 

Buckner, L. 

Bullock, B. 

Bunton, T. 

Burris, P. 
Butler, J. 
Carey, D. 
Carey, R. 
Carmody, K. 
Carter, K. 
Carter, L. 



Caston, C. 

Cerola, T. 

Chapman, K. 



Chapman, W. 
Clark, H. 
Clark, M. 



Coleman, J. 

Coleman, K. 

Collins, D. 



Collins, U. 

Cooper, H. 

Crain, C. 

Crawford, D. 

Crumes, E. 

Culp, P. 

Cunningham, K. 

Cunningham, S. 

Davis, P. 

Dinkins, M. 

Dohrenwend, M. 

Duckworth, K. 

Dunlap, T. 

Durham, J. 

Edelen, R. 

Edelen, T. 

Elam, B. 

Emerson, D. 

Emerson, S. 

Ennis, B. 

Ennis, P. 




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Ferguson, S. 
Fitch, M. 
Fleming, N. 
Fletcher, B. 
Ford, C. 
Foster, S. 
Frasure, A. 

Frys, T. 
Gambill, T. 
Garden, E. 
Garner, C. 
Garner, L. 
Games, E. 
Gatewood, S. 

Gibson, L. 
Gilbert, D. 
Girton, D. 
Glickert, K. 
Golder, L. 
Gooch, C. 
Goodlow, B. 



Goul, S. 
Grady, M. 
Grant, K. 



Gray, H. 
Greene, E. 
Greene, R. 



Hackett, D. 
Hale, D. 
Hall, M. 



Hall, R. 
Hampton, A. 
Hankins, S. 
Harmon, T. 
Harri, D. 
Harrington, R. 
Harris, C. 

Harris, P. 
Harris, S. 
Harris, S. 
Harris, T. 
Harris, V. 
Harrison, K. 
Harvey, D. 

Harvey, D. 
Hathaway, I. 
Hawkins, L. 
Henderson, R. 
Hochradel, B. 
Holman, D. 
Hop, D. 



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Howard, L. 

Howell, D. 

Hughes, R. 

Hunt, K. 

Hums, M. 

Ingram, C. 

Jackson, C. 

Jackson, D. 
Jackson, H. 
Jackson, S. 
Jackson, T. 
Jeffers, D. 
Jefferson, W. 
Jenkins, C. 

Johnson, A. 
Johnson, I. 
Johnson, K. 
Johnson, M. 
Johnson, T. 
Johnson, T. 
Jones, A. 



Jones, A. 
Jones, B. 
Jones, L. 
Jones, L. 



Jones, L. 
Jones, R. 
Jones, T. 
Jones, V. 



Kaffenberger, K. 

Kennedy, D. 

Kennedy, R. 

Keys, C. 



Kimball, J. 

Kincaid, K. 

King, J. 

Knight, T. 



Lacey, K. 

Langford, H. 

Lasher, J. 

Lauray, K. 

Lawson, R. 

Lee, E. 

Lee, D. 




126 




Lee, K. 
Lee, T. 
Lewis, J. 
Lewis, J. 
Lewis, L. 
Loftin, R. 
Lyies, D. 

Luke, D. 
Maddox, L. 
Malone, M. 
Manuel, G. 
Markbooth, A. 
Markham, T. 
Martin, G. 



Martin, S. 
Mason, C. 
Mason, J. 
Mathews, B. 



Matthews, T. 
Mavity, K. 
Maxey, V. 
McAfee, C. 



McCoy, D. 
McFarland, E. 
McFarland, L. 
McGowan, E. 



Mcintosh, L. 
Mclntyre, M. 
McKeller, J. 
McNay, E. 
Miles, D. 
Miller, A. 
Miller, M. 

Monger, J. 
Moore, 0. 
Moore, M. 
Morford, J. 
Morse, A. 
Murphy, E. 
Myers, C. 

Naghdi, F. 
Newton, L. 
Obie, F. 
Odom, V. 
Outlaw, A. 
Ovelton, F. 
Pace, H. 

Paicely, K. 
Paicely, K. 
Patton, K. 
Parker, J. 
Parker, S. 
Person, J. 
Peters, P. 



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Peters, P. 

Peterson, D. 

Pettigrew, M. 

Pittman, E. 



Polin, A. 
Polin, R. 
Poole, K. 
Posey, J. 



Powell, P. 

Pryer, M. 
Puckett, L. 

Rago, M. 



Rhodes, P. 

Richardson, R. 

Roberson, L. 

Roberts, P. 

Roberts, S. 
Robinson, D. 
Robinson, S. 

Rodgers, D. 

Rodgers, P. 

Rodney, D. 

Rogers, B. 

Ross, L. 

Sanders, D. 

Sanders, T. 

Scanlon, J. 

Scanlon, L. 

Scott, D. 

Scott, R. 

Sheppard, C. 

Shockley, C. 

Simmons, S. 

Simonton, A. 
Smartt, D. 

Smith, B. 

Smith, C. 

Smith, D. 

Smith, R. 
Snowden, T. 

States, D. 

Stewart, R. 

Stigler, J. 

Stockdale, L. 

Strong, C. 

Swanigan, D. 

Tanner, D. 




128 




Taylor, A. 
Taylor, B. 
Taylor, C. 
Taylor, F. 
Taylor, T. 
Terry, L. 
Thomas, E. 

Tinsley, A. 
Tipton, D. 
Tipton, J. 
Towne, S. 
Triplett, D. 
Tuggles, C. 
Turientine, A. 

Turientine, B. 
Turner, B. 
Turner, C. 
Vaden, K. 
Vaubel, K. 
Wade, C. 
Walker, J. 



Wallace, K. 



Walton, L. 



Walton, M. 
Ward, D. 
Wheat, H. 
White, J. 
White, K. 
White, T. 
Whitlow, S. 

Williams, B. 
Williams, K. 
Williams, L. 
Williams, M. 
Williams, M. 
Williams, R. 
Williams, S. 

Williams, V. 
Williamson, R. 
Willis, F. 
Willis, R. 
Wilson, D. 
Wilson, J. 
Wilson, P. 

Wilson, S. 
Wilson, T. 
Wilson, W. 
Wood, J. 
Woodard, J. 
Young, D. 
Vaughn, R. 



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129 



FROSH EXPERIENCE THE 'RIDGE 



Abubaker, H. 

Adams, J. 

Akers, F. 

Alexander, B. 

Alexander, F. 

Allen, J. 

Allender, D. 



Alley, S. 

Ammons, M. 

Appleton, C. 

Arnold, E. 



Ashanin, M. 

Avery, J. 

Baker, G. 

Ball, K. 



Ballow, J. 

Banks, F. 
Barnett, B. 
Barnett, K. 



Battese, F. 

Battles, B. 

Bealmear, D. 

Beard, M. 



Beaty, S. 
Bellamy, C. 
Bennett, T. 

Berry, A. 

Beuke, S. 
Bishop, S. 

Blake, S. 

Bland, N. 

Blane, A. 

Bonner, S. 

Bose, L. 

Boxley, M. 

Boyd, K. 

Bradford, C. 

Brandon, A. 

Brandon, C. 

Brasher, R. 

Braxton, E. 

Brown, C. 

Brown, J. 

Brown, J. 




130 



I 




Brown, K. 
Brown, T. 
Bruce, B. 
Byrne, C. 
Buchaen, K. 
Bullock, A. 
Burke, A. 

Burnett, C. 
Burrell, S. 
Burton, E. 
Cage, T. 
Caldwell, D. 
Callier, S. 
Cannon, L. 

Carmody, K. 
Chan, J. 
Chandler, B. 
Chrisler, C. 
Chrlstan, M. 
Chubb, C. 
Clemmons, M. 



Cohen, J. 
Collier, S. 
Collins, C. 
Cougan, J. 



Cousins, M. 
Craig, P. 
Crean, T. 
Creveling, J. 



Cross, L. 
Crossland, K. 
Daniels, J. 
Darley, D. 



Davis, V. 
Dearman, C. 
DeFrantz, T. 
Dozier, E. 
Drake, H. 
Drummer, L. 
Duncan, L. 

Durham, C. 
Ealy, A. 
Earnhart, S. 
Easley, J. 
Eaves, T. 
Fechtman, L. 
Ferguson, K. 

Fields, C. 
Fields, C. 
Fisher, S. 
Flemmons, M. 
Flint, L. 
Floyd, H. 
Ford, A. 



131 



Ford, G. 

Ford, K. 

Ford, R. 

Foster, M. 

Franklin, G. 

Freennan, L. 

Freman, R. 

French, G. 

Fuqui, R. 

Gant, B. 

Garrett, J. 

Girton, K. 

Goins, W. 

Goodrich, G. 

Graston, T. 

Graves, D. 

Graves, L. 
Grayson, N. 

Griffith, S. 
Grubbs, C. 
Gunnel!, L. 



Hale, C. 



Hallums, H. 



Hampton, S. 



Hampton, W. 

Hanson, C. 

Harmon, T. 

Harney, C. 

Harris, D. 

Hatchel, R. 

Hayes, A. 

Hayes, D. 

Hayes, J. 

Hayes, K. 

Hayes, R. 

Hickman, M. 

Hickman, S. 

Hilliard, T. 

Hinant, S. 

Hoesman, M. 

Holland, W. 

Howard, A. 

Hughes, M. 

Hums, A. 

Hurt, R. 




132 




Ingram, K. 
Irvin, L. 
Jackson, D. 
Jackson, J. 
Jackson, K. 
Jackson, S. 
Jackson, S. 

Jackson, S. 
Jelks, M. 
Jenkins, M. 
Johnson, A. 
Johnson, M. 
Johnson, T. 
Jones, E. 

Jones, M. 
Jones, H. 
Jones, P. 
Jones, R. 
Jones, S. 
Jorden, E. 
Joyner, D. 

Joyner, S. 
Kelly, K. 
Kemper, M. 
Kendrick, F. 
Kendricks, S. 
Kennedy, D. 
Kennedy, K. 

Kennedy, T. 
Kidd, L. 
Kidd, Y. 
Kimball, K. 
Kyser, V. 
Lacey, L. 
LaFollette, S. 

Langford, A. 
Lash, R. 
Lee, G. 
Lindsay, C. 
Little, F. 
Maddox, T. 
Malone, A. 



Malone, M. 
Manuel, R.L. 
Martin, T. 



Martin, T. 
Matin, P. 
Maybury, C. 



McClury, D. 
McClury, W. 
McCombs, R. 



133 



McDowell, W. 
McGee, C. 



Mcintosh, C. 
Mcintosh, L. 



McKlnnon, C. 
McKune, A. 



McLain, M. 

McLaughlin, M. 

McMlller, J. 

McMlllin, L. 

McSwIne, F. 

Means, J. 

Meriwether, F. 

Middleton, D. 
Miles, J. 
Miller, K. 
Miller, K. 
Minor, A. 
Minton, I. 
Moffatt, K. 

Moore, D. 

Moore, J. 

Moreland, F. 

Mosley, G. 

Murray, J. 

Murrell, D. 

Muse, T. 

Neblett, K. 

Nguyen, C. 

Nguygen, D. 

Page, K. 

Parker, B. 

Patterson, M. 

Payton, C. 

Peacock, K. 

Perkins, D. 

Peterson, D. 

Petty, S. 

Phelps, M. 

Phillips, J. 

Phillips, L. 

Phillips, S. 
Pierson, K. 

Poole, S. 

Porter, G. 
Primm, W. 

Pryor, M. 
Radford, A. 




134 







Rainey, B. 
Reeves, I. 
Rice, A. 
Richardson, G. 
Richardson, J. 
Richardson, M. 
Riegel, C. 

Riley, K. 
Riggins, K. 
Riggins, K. 
Robertson, D. 
Robinson, A. 
Rodney, L. 
Ross, C. 



Sanders, D. 
Sanders, K. 
Sargent, G. 
Schwarzin, H. 



Sears, J. 
Shannon, B. 
Shannon, V. 
Shanklin, J. 



Sharp, C. 
Sharpe, V. 
Shepherd, V. 
Sheppard, M. 



Sims, J. 
Sizemors, R. 
Smith, A. 
Smith, 0. 
Smith, D. 
Smith, G. 
Smith, J. 

Smith, L. 
Smith, IVI. 
Smith, R. 
Smith, S. 
Spaulding, D. 
Spearman, G. 
Spradley, R. 

Starks, E. 
Staten, C. 
Stewart, A. 
Stewart, P. 
Stillwell, S. 
Stokes, W. 
Stovall, V. 

Sutton, M. 
Taylor, K. 
Taylor, N. 
Terrell, T. 
Thomas, M. 
Thompson, N. 
X Threte, C. 



135 



Thurman, R. 



Tipton, P. 



Townsend, M. 



Triplet, J. 

Turner, C. 

Turner, D. 

Utiey, R. 

Wagener, K. 

Walker, J. 

Wallace, C. 

Walls, C. 
Walton, M. 
Walton, M. 

Ward, R. 

Ward, R. 
Warren, B. 
Warren, N. 

Waters, M. 

Wetherford, V. 

Webster, R. 

Wells, M. 

West, E. 

Westmoreland, G. 

Wharton, L. 

White, B. 

White, P. 
Wickham, J. 
Wilkins, M. 
Williams, D. 
Williams, G. 
Williams, P. 

Willis, E. 

Winters, C. 

Wood, M. 

Wooden, L. 

Woodruff, G. 

Woodruff, G. 

Woodruff, M. 

Woods, R. 
Woods, S. 
Wooten, S. 
Wright, D. 
Young, K. 
York, K. 




136 




Junior Policy: Row 1 — Holli Jones, Treas., Brenda Young, V. Pres., Dianna 
Davidson, Pres., Sheryl Langford, Secy. Row 2 — Michael Butler, Co-Jr. V.V. 
Chmn., Kathy Jones, Co-Jr. V.V. Chmn., Phyllis Brown, Acting Secy., Laura 
Martin, Jr. V.V. Prog. Ed., Elizabeth Earnhart, Prom Chmn., Tracy Lisenbee, 
Pub. Chmn. Row 3 — Jennifer Daniell, Andy Kuhn, Laurie Brown, Lisa Clem- 
mons, Scott Bate, Carolyn Hampton, Janice Green, Robin Roddy, Kendall 
France, Patti Blackburn, Julius Trammer, Carijane Alley, Jim Gruver, Bill De- 
Bow, Michelle Smith. 




Sophomore Council: Kneeling — Gary Berry, Pres. Row 1 — Ronelle Jones, V. 
Pres., Toshiko Knight, Secy., Frieda Taylor, Treas., Jennifer Lasher, Co-pub. 
Chmn., Lisha Maddox, Co-pub. Chmn. Row 2 — Kathleen Glickert, Janet Mor- 
ford, Ruth Lawson, Cathy Barnett, Juanita White, Terri Black, Lorraine Ross. 
Row 3 — Pat Baker, Kim Lacey, Denise Jeffers, Candy Caston, Helen Gray. 
Row 4 — Mrs. Noike, sponsor, Pam Burris, Randy Brooks, Anthony Simonton, 
Michael Clark. 

Freshman Council; Kneeling, Kenneth Peacock, Pres. Row 1 — Terri Brooks, 
Treas., Marina Ashanin, Secy., Cynthia Appleton, V. Pres. Row 2 — Frank Ale- 
xander, Pam Gayde, Lisa Flint, Cathy Maybury, Rosha Thurman, Sandi Petty, 
Tom DeFrantz. Row 3 — Patricia White, Yvonne Russell, Gail Mosely, Susan 
Earnhart, Susan LaFollette, Tammy Graston, Amy McKune, Nancy Taylor. 




JUNIOR POLICY 

As its first activity of the year, 
Junior Policy created the first 
place Homecoming float. They 
showed additional spirit by 
winning the Spirit Wand at the 
Homecoming game. The Class 
of 78 had numerous bakesales 
and held a canned food drive in 
December. The major activity of 
this class was Junior Vau- 
deville. Poor weather delayed 
the date of the production to 
March, but with the help of 
class sponsors, Miss McNeil 
and Mrs. Taylor, it was a suc- 
cess. The juniors finished the 
year with prospective ideas for 
their Senior year. 

SOPHOMORE 
COUNCIL 

The Class of 79 started off the 
year by selling Homecoming 
Mums. Mrs. NoIke, the class 
sponsor, joined forces with the 
sophomores to produce the 
second place homecoming 
float. The theme for the float 
was "Burn the Braves." Early in 
the second semester the class 
received an additional sponsor, 
Mr. Allen. He attended the 
bakesales that the sophomores 
produced. They earned money 
for special projects for their 
upcoming Junior year. 

FRESHMAN 
COUNCIL 

No one can say that the fresh- 
men didn't have spirit. For the 
Homecoming festivities they 
contributed a float with the 
theme, "Boil the Braves." The 
frosh also won the pompon 
contest. Under the direction of 
Mrs. Law, their sponsor, the 
Class of '80 successfully car- 
ried off a bakesale, and they 
looked forward to 1978 when 
they would be sophomores. 



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Merchants Bank 



Thirty-Eighth Street Office 

Robert B. Turner, Jr. 

Assistant Vice President 
21 West 38th Street 
926-3384 



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your 

neighborhood 

Merchants Man 

or Woman for 

"Green Briefcase" 

expertise on any 

financial matter. 



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front. 



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the fruit department. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

and good luck to the class of 

77 



JOSTEN'S INC. 



Creators of fine class rings, awards, 
announcements, yearbooks, diplomas 



Don Hock 
1210 N. Payton 
Indpls., In. 46219 
359-2550 



Gary Long 

651 Brookview Dr. 

Greenwood, In 

881-2681 





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Best Wishes to the Class of 77 



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Walsh Pharmacy 

3 E 38th St. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 46208 



Best Wishes from the 
Shortridge Orchestra 



142 



Milk Foundation of Indianapolis, Inc. 

Members: 

Banquet Ice Cream & Milk Co., Inc. 

Golden Guernsey Dairy Products 

Division Best Ever Dairy Products 

Kroger Company Dairy 

Mapiehurst Farms, Inc. 

Wm. H. Roberts & Sons, Inc. 



YOU NEVER OUTGROW 



YOUR NEED FOR 



MILK 

Drink at Least 3 Glasses a Day 



EVERY DAY 




Stokely-Van Camp 



Delbert Akers and Danny Sullivan 
enjoy delicious Gatorade after a 
hard day's practice. 



FAREWELL!! 

FROM THE 

CLASS OF 
77 



We know it's hard 

For 'Ridge to lose 

A class that is so clever, 

But you know what's said 

About the best in life — 

"Good things don't last forever! 



BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE 



143 




Shortridger David Blankenbaker 
helps promote his father's store. 



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RICHARD'S IVIARKET BASKET 

2350 EAST 52nd ST. AT KEYSTONE 
3701 EAST 38th ST. AT SHERMAN 



Open 24 Hours a Day 



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Congratulations Class of 77 









145 



BEST WISHES 

FROM 

YOUR FRIENDS 

AT 

AMERICAN FLETCHER. 



AMERICAN FLETCHER 

NATIONAL BANK 

AFNB 



Thanks for buying a yearbook, 
We said it was the best. 
Thanks for buying a yearbook, 
We had to sell the rest. 
Because you bought a yearbook, 
You really are a dear. 
And we hope you buy another one. 
Again this time next year. 



SHS FRENCH CLUB 1977 

"Au Revoir et Bonne Chance" 

Vive Shortridge! 

et 
Vive I'elan vitale! 



Congratulations 

to 

the Class of '77 

from 

SHS Student Council 



BEST WISHES 

Whippoorwill Valley 
Enterprises 

Don & Lu Lasher 253-9985 

4646 Carvel Ave. Indpls. Ind. 



146 





Hey, jump a little higher! 



It appears that the teacher's late for class. 





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Lance Howard exhibits his style for successful 
bowling. 



Right — Looks of exhaustion and 
exasperation dwell in Steve Alley's 
facial expression. 



Left — Do you think they 
could be doing the bump? 




147 




Puzzled by his lengthy 
assignment, Tim Hernly shuts his 
eyes to think. 



This art student makes a final copy of her masterpiece. 



Eric Strickland seems to be paying more 
attention to his notes than to his teacher. 



While Emily Arnold is concentrating on her Spanish assignment, a fel- 
low classmate is concentrating on the camera. 



5 Uhhin 




148 




149 



Shortridgers cheer the Satans to victory at Hinkle Field House. 




Besides teaching art, Mr. Burke also is an ac- 
complished pianist. 



150 



Chris Reigel pauses a moment to give tlie pliotographer liis 
uncanny smile. 





In the Variety Show, Rhonda Eden 
exhibits her ability to dance. 



The band tunes up in preparation for their performance. 




151 



Due to their warm reception 
last year, tiie ANNUAL has to 
keep the crazy quilt pages. For 
those of you who don't know 
what crazy quilt is or if you 
knew at one time, but have just 
plain forgotten, crazy quilt 
pages are reserved for anything 
that is not in the book which 
the staff thinks should be. 





Painter at work? Actually he's on his lunch break. 



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(or Is it the photographer?) won't bite. 




17a Multipl> 
b Enter 2% 

JBt Sabtrad 
b Cietfitti 

19 Income 

20a Total F« 
b Excess I 
c 1976 eti( 
d Earned i 

21 Tol»f{ac 

22 Itlineli 



Mr. Morgan pauses during an Economics lecture to give his class a canabalis- 
tic grin. 



152 



QUILT 




MR. BILL FREEMAN 



We didn't send your picture to Hollywood, Bill, but we hope 
that this public display will make up for that. 



In the survey run by the ANNU- 
AL, Roots beat out everything 
else by a country mile to pick 
up favorite movie and favorite 
book. Best song was Love On 
My Mind , but Stevie Wonder 
was voted on as favorite singer 
and his album, Songs In The 
Key Of Life, was best in it's cat- 
egory. Earth, Wind and Fire 
easily picked up best group. 
'Ridgers liked WTLC and 
watched the T.V. show What's 
Happening . Most of the people 
surveyed were born under the 
sign of Leo the Lion. Baptist 
was the most popular religion 
with Christian about 50 votes 
behind. Democrat was de- 
cidedly the favored political 
party at Shortridge this year. 

In conclusion, the average 
Shortridger liked the movie. 
Roots: read the book. Roots: 
favored the song. Love On Mv 
Mind; loved Stevie Wonder and 
his album. Songs In the Key Of 
Life; were Earth, Wind and Fire 
fans; listened to WTLC; 
watched What's Happening ; 
and were Leo, Baptist, and 
Democrat. 




Yvonne Russell — Sorry 
we missed you in the 
underclass section. 

153 



A 



Adams, James 78 

Adams, Toni 24 

Adams, James 81 

Akers, Delbert 82, 81 

Akers, Frances 60 

Akers, Jackie 55, 38 

Alexander, Belinda 84 

Alexander, Frank 78, 42, 137 

Allen, Sharon 38 

Allen, Sylvia 61 

Allender, Rochelle 45 

Alley, Carijane .... 32, 43, 50, 59, 137 

Alley, Steve 81 

Anderson, Karen 18 

Appleton, Cynthia 84, 137 

Appleton, Valerie 60 

Arnold, Emily 148 

Ashanin, Marina 57, 50, 59, 42, 

137, 41, 40 

Ashanin, Lydia 47, 41 

Atkins, Patricia 60 

Avery, Betty 45 

Avery, Jeff 10 

B 

Bailey, Alphonso 76, 78 

Baker, Patricia 55, 78, 50, 137 

Ball, Ken 78, 86 

Baliow, James 78 

Banks, Carlos 31 

Barlow, Daniel 70 

Barlow, David 35, 70, 26, 81 

Barnes, Cedric 73 

Barnes, Tammy 72 

Barnes, Tyram 72 

Barnett, Cathy 14, 67, 137 

Barrett, Bridget 60 

Bate, Scott 137 

Bates, Vennie 10 

Battles, Camille 48, 54, 43, 42 

Baxter, Kevin 78 

Beard, Mike 78 

Beatty, Henry 60 

Beck, Dan 74 

Beck, Joe 67, 78 

Beidelman, Wendy 32,57,31,40 

Bell, Kathy 60 

Bell, Sharley 45 

Bennett, Rose 16 



inDEX 



Berry, Gary 67, 68, 56, 42, 81 

137, 39 

Beuke, Sandy 73 

Bibbs, Tony 66, 67 

Birdsong, Greg 61 

Birdsong, Wendell 61 

Bishop, Sabrina 32 

Black, Terri 137 

Blackburn, Patti 22, 52, 137 

Blackburn, Yulinda .... 67, 18, 53, 55 

Blake, Dennis 12 

Blaine, Anita 19, 32 

Bland, Michael 86 

Bland, Nathan 60 

Biankenbaker, David 31 

Blankenbaker, Sharon 32, 39 

Bledsoe, Eric 45 

Bledsoe, Nathaniel 56, 86 

Bolden, Clyde 39, 40, 41, 42 

45, 54, 59, 68 

Bonner, Sheila 16 

Bonner, Tammy 67 

Bottos, Beth 68 

Boyde, Diane 51 

Boyde, Steve 81 

Brasher, Rita 35 

Braxton, Carolyn 32 

Braxton, Eileen 32 

Brooks, Randal 74, 137 

Brooks, Terri 32, 61, 137 

Brown, Charles 78 

Brown, Dwayne 60 

Brown, George 73 

Brown, James 51 

Brown, John 43, 46 

Brown, Laurie 48, 50, 54, 137 

Brown, Phillip 67, 81 

Brown, Phyllis 137 

Brown, Steven 56, 57, 61 

Brown, Susie 43 

Buchannan, Kevin 78 

Buckner, Leslie 48, 55 

Bunton, Terry 84 

Burnett, Abel 70 

Burris, Pamela 55, 137 

Burris, Tracy 14 

Bush, Michael 32, 53 

Butler, Michael 43, 52, 137 

Byrd, Pamela 32, 45, 50 

Byrne, Ben 22 

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Cage, Travantha 32 

Cager, Gregory 88 

Caldwell, Kim 39 



Cambell, Scott 38 

Carmody, Karen 58, 42 

Carmody, Kathleen 78 

Carter, Keenan 46 

Casey, Nadine 44 

Caston, Candace 55, 84, 137 

Caston, Paul 68, 51 , 43 

Cerola, Tim 78 

Caudle, Terri 45 

Chambers, Karen 67 

Chapman, Kim 51 

Chapman, Willie 78 

Cheffins, Harriet 50, 45 

Chubb, Colleen 19 

Cisneros, Francois 63 

Clark, Donald 32, 58 

Clark, Donna 53 

Clark, Michael 137 

Clayton, Annette 45 

demons, Lisa 48, 54, 59, 137 

demons, Marlon 81 

Cobb, Andy 67, 54, 78, 45 

Colby, Angela 44 

Cole, Jaimie 50, 39 

Coleman, Kim 72 

Coleman, Michael 34 

Coleman, Robert 51 

Collins, David 67, 78 

Collins, Donna 44 

Collins, Jeff 68 

Collins, Keely 44 

Collins, Loretta 8 

Collins, Una 32 

Cooper, Garfield 67, 45 

Cooper, Tonia 24 

Cougan, John 68, 54, 30 

Cowart, Steve 78 

Craig, Diane 50, 59, 47 

Craig, Peter 50, 31, 47 

Crawford, Pam 44 

Crean, Kevin 73 

Crevling, Jane 32 

Cronwell, Ton 78 

Crossland, Kenny 60 

Crossland, Kerry 68, 73, 54 

Crumes, Eric 51 

Cummings, Ronni 78 

Cunningham, Sharon 22 

Cushinberry, Anthony 67, 54, 42 



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Dammann, Antje 20, 63 

Daniels, Jennifer . . 32, 50, 43, 59, 137 

Davidson, Dianna 51, 43, 137 

Davis, Earl 81 



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Davis, Katrina 24 

Davis, IVIike 78 

Davis, Patsy 53, 39 

Davis, Stephanie 32 

DeBow, Bill ^ 54, 74, 137 

DeFrantz, Tom 43, 46, 50, 58 

59, 137, 149 

Dickerson, Burt 61 

Dinkens, Marion 61, 70, 81 

Dohrenwend, Mark 50, 51 

Dorsey, Rodella 34 

Dove, Gordon 30, 50, 55, 57 

Drummer, Loretta 32 

Dumetz, Jerry 62 

Dumetz, Margaret 39, 149 

Duncan, Leroy 61 

Dunlap, Terry 61 

Durham, Jacques 46, 61 

c 

Earnhart, Elizabeth 31, 39, 43, 50, 137 

Earnhart, Susan 40, 42, 50, 137 

Easley, Bill 60 

Easley, John 22 

Eaves, Tom 78 

Edelen, Rhonda 38 

Eden, Rhonda 150 

Edwards, Darlene 42, 54, 59 

Elliott, Kevin 78 

F 

Ferguson, Sheila 48 

Fields, Ricky 45 

Finnell, David 42, 55 

Fitzgerald, Charles 67 

Fleming, Donna 45 

Fletcher, Amanda 48, 60, 67 

Fletcher, Benita 53, 72 

Flint, Lisa 42, 50, 54, 137 

Foster, Stephen 61 

France, Kendall 54, 70, 78, 137 

Erasure, Allen 54 

Erasure, Mike . . 42, 47, 59, 67, 68, 69 
Frazier, Kelvin 43 

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Gaddis, Fred 42, 54, 67 

Gallagher, Jerri 32, 45, 59 

Gambill, Terri 43, 50, 55 

Garrett, Bernadette 44 

Garrett, Laurie 30, 48 

Gayde, Pam 42, 50, 137 

Gianola, Francois 63, 73 

Gibson, Elvina 84 



Gilbert, Debbie 31 

Gilbert, Leonard 78 

Girton, David 74 

Glickert, Kathleen .... 50, 51, 59, 137 

Gooch, Chester 22 

Goodrich, Glen 31 , 46, 73 

Goodrich, Greg 78 

Gordon, Susan 30 

Grant, Curtis 78 

Grant, Kenneth 78 

Graston, David 54, 67, 78, 88 

Graston, Tammy 137 

Gray, Helen 43, 53, 55, 137 

Gray, Michael 61 

Green, Janice 137 

Greene, Donald 43 

Greene, Everett 26, 73, 81 

Greene, Mike 66, 67 

Greene, Ronald 67 

Grundy, Patrice 81 

Gruver, Chris 68 

Gruver, Jim 42, 47, 54, 59 

67, 68, 137 

11 

Hall, Wendal 66, 67 

Hamilton, Carolyn 59 

Hamilton, Sharon 42 

Hamilton, Wayne 67 

Hampton, Carolyn 52, 137 

Hampton, Jones 6 

Hampton, Wilbert 26 

Hardy, Bruce 61 

Harmon, Anthony 22 

Harmon, David 61 

Harper, David 46, 73 

Harper, Hans 46, 54 

Harrington, Regina 52, 55 

Harris, Theresa 30, 67 

Haslam, Osman 60 

Hatchell, Robert 73 

Housmann, Jim 67, 68 

Hayes, Alf ud 60 

Hayes, Dwayne 61 

Hayes, Kent 50 

Hazelwood, Marguerite 10, 39, 52, 55 

Heard, Richard 68 

Hernly, Tim 46, 148 

Hickerson, David 16 

Hill, Brett 38 

Hill, John 39 

Hinant, Suzanna 57 

Hines, Frank 67, 54, 76, 78 

Hoeman, Clifford 54 

Hoesman, David 38 

Holifield, Roger 52, 49, 45 

Holland, William 78 

Hollingsworth, Anthony 31 

House, Deborah 44 



Howard, Mary 44 

Howard, Raymond 78 

Howard, Ricky 60 

Hudson, Rickey 14 

Hughes, Roland 30 



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Ingram, Kathy 24 

Irby, Danny 57, 45, 58 

Irwin, Stan 8 



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Jackson, Clifford 54, 78 

Jackson, Dennis 78, 31, 61 

Jackson, Ivery 20 

Jackson, Joe 60 

Jackson, John 67, 66, 57, 56, 54, 45, 

61 

Jackson, Kenny 26 

Jackson, Sandra 56 

Jackson, Sherri 24 

Jackson, Willis 14, 81 

Jeffers, Denise ... 55, 51, 50, 42, 137 

Jelks, Michael 61 

Jenkins, Calvin 78, 81 

Jenkins, Mark 78 

Jewel, Darlene . 48, 66, 67, 72, 44, 83 

Jewell, John 78 

Johnson, Alberta 61 

Johnson, Mark 42 

Johnson, Theresa 52, 60 

Johnson, Tim 78 

Johnson, Tina 53 

Johnson, Vivian 55, 52 

Jones, Celesta 44 

Jones, Holli 42, 137 

Jones, Kathy 39, 32, 73, 43, 31, 150, 

137 

Jones, Lora 52 

Jones, Malcolm 45 

Jones, Mary 50 

Jones, Mel 52 

Jones, Michelle 52 

Jones, Natasha 20, 53 

Jones, Penny 35 

Jones, Rochelle 84 

Jones, Ronelle 55, 137 

Jones, Teresa 24 

Jones, Valynda 16, 55 

Jordon, Dexter 59, 59, 67 

Joyner, Floyd 86 

Joyner, Grate 59, 60 

Juggle, Carolyn 72 



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Kaffenberger, Andrew 31 

Kemper, Trapnell 73 

Keys, Charles 67, 78, 51 

Keys, Melton 67 

Kidd, Yvonda 68, 88 

Knight, Charles 61, 46 

Knight, Toshiko 55, 30, 42, 137 

Knoxx, Paul 78 

Kuhn, Andy 137 

Kyser, Veronda 10 

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Labejof, Pierre 73 

Lacey, Kim 55, 51, 50, 137 

LaFollette, Joan 50, 42, 40 

LaFolette, Susan 50, 137, 42 

Langford, Alisa 32 

Langford, Howard 78 

Langford, Sheryl 32, 137 

Lash, Regina 32, 61 

Lasher, Jennifer 50, 43, 30, 42 

137, 41, 51 

Lawson, Matt 18, 50, 59 

Lawson, Ruth 12, 73, 51, 50 

59, 137, 41 

Lee, David 78, 31 

Lee, Thomas 61 

LeForge, Rebecca 44 

Lightfoot, Janet 44 

LIndsey, Charles 32 

Lingeman, Becky 72 

Lisenbee, Tracy 32, 137 

Lockhart, David 78 

Loftin, Ricky 51 

Luke, Dean 78 

Lyies, Donald 35 




Maddox, Elizabeth 48 

Maddox, Lisha 10, 137 

Malone, Andre 78 

Malone, Mark 26 

Malone, Michelle 30 

Malone, Verdona 53 

Manuel, R.L 81 

Markham, Tracy 61 

Marrs, Judy 30, 39 

Martin, Laura 50, 43, 31, 137, 39 

Mason, Kyle 67 

Mathews, Beverly 67, 72, 52 

Mathews, David 70, 54, 78 



Mathews, Troy 22 

Maybury, Cathy 54, 42, 137 

Maypray, Frank 43 

McClain, Robert 46 

McClury, Rita 24 

McCrae, Kim 67 

McCullough, Arnell 45, 53 

McFarland, Elaine 53 

McFarland, Marcia 51, 52 

McKeller, Jerry 30 

McKinnon, Charles 78 

McKune, Amy 50, 42, 137 

McKune, Diane 54, 55 

McKune, John 68, 30 

McLaughlin, Andy 68, 74 

McLaughlin, Joe 68, 74 

McLaughlin, Matt 74 

McMiller, Jeff 78 

McNay, Eugene 70 

McNeal, Robert 55, 88 

Meade, Kay 10,59,39 

Meyers, Carol 32 

Meyers, Gregg 31 

Middleton, Darwin 78 

Milgate, Karen 32, 54, 55, 30 

Miller, Kim 81 

Miller, Lisa 30 

Miller, Tony 81 

Miller, Tonya 24 

Mitchell, Stanley 31 

Mixon, Mary 20 

Moffat, Kirby 61 

Moffet, Steve 78 

Monger, James 67, 78, 51 

Monger, Wayne 67 

Montgomery, Lawayne 45 

Moore, David 78, 60, 59 

Moore, Delvita 59 

Moore, Theresa 52, 59, 83 

Mooreland, Frederick 60 

Morford, Janet 78, 50, 59, 42, 137, 40, 

41 

Mosely, Gail 54, 32 

Moss, Anne 50 

Moss, Nola 55, 51 

Moss, Peter 73 

Murray, Jenice 24 

Murray, Wyena 44, 22 

Murrell, Diane 43 

Musgrove, Albert 54, 60, 61, 86 

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Naghdi, Frances 32 

Nance, Francis 67 

Nelson, Deberah 67, 72, 54, 84 

Nelson, Margo 45 

Newbins, Lindette 60 

Newbolt, Kim 32 

Nolcox, Elvira 8, 72, 55 



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Obie, Frank 56, 61 

Odom, Viviam 52 

OveKon, Frank 67, 78 

Ovelton, Paul 67 



P 



Pace, Harry 30, 78 

Paicley, Kerry 67 

Parker, Johathan 67 

Parker, Rick 31, 54, 66, 67, 78 

Parish, Frank 60 

Peacock, John 67 

Peacock, Kenny 78, 137 

Peacock, Laura 48, 67 

Pederson, Lill 63 

Pedigrew, Harold 74 

Penn, Vanessa 45 

Perkins, Deidre 32 

Person, Alfred 30, 59 

Peters, Bridget 67 

Peterson, Dwayne 78 

Peterson, Pierre 45 

Petty, Sandra 81, 84, 137 

Phillips, Barbara 61 

Philips, Sheila 38 

Person, Hope 52 

Rolin, Tanya 30 

Poole, Kim 55 

Pope, Anita 30 

Porter, Greg 46 

Porterfield, Lara 60 

Posey, Jeffery 81 

Poston, Darryl 78 

Povnds, Faith 45 

Powell, Debra 48 

Powell, Linda 44, 53 

Primm, William 78 

Purcell, Jack 16 



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Rago, Beth 50, 42, 38 

Rainey, Bobbi 53 

Rainey, Wayne 51, 54, 78, 86 

Rankin, Daria 45 

Rasdell, Gregory 67, 78 

Reeves, Vicki 45 

Richardson, Clayton ... 10, 55, 50, 47 

Richardson, George 26 

Richardson, Martha 45 

Riegel, Chris 50, 150, 42, 47 



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Riggins, Kenny 78, 81 

Riley, Kathy 67 

Ringel, Margie 57 

Rivers, Penny 31 

Roberts, Thomas 22 

Robinson, Senovia 18 

Roddy, Robin 59, 137 

Rodgers, Estallta 52 

Rodney, Dan 67 

Ross, Colette 32 

Ross, Loral ne ....32,42,137,81,39 

Ross, Manuel 38 

Ross, Tanya 32 

Rourke, Jackie 30 

Russell, Helen 67 

Russell, Yvone 53, 137 

Rutland, Joyce 45 

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Sallee, Mike 67 

Salters, Deanne 45 

Sanders, Kevin 45 

Sanders, Mike 70, 54, 78 

Satterwaite, Mitch 74 

Scanlon, Eric 51 

Schwarzin, Helmut 22 

Scott, Deborah 48 

Sellers, Ernest 81 

Shackelford, TerrI 66, 67 

Shanklin, Wesley 73 

Shannon, Vincint 81 

Sharp, James 22 

Sharpe, Valerie 72 

Shaw, Susan 55 

Shepherd, Steve 81 

Sheppard, Michael 31 

Shockley, Everet 8, 54, 55, 50, 31 

Shotwell, Annanis 61 

Simmons, Samuel 60 

Simonton, Antony 68, 18, 56, 137 

Simpson, Bellta 67, 45 

Slater, Anita 32 

Smartt, Darren 74 

Smith, Anne 56 

Smith, Bill 38 

Smith, Charles 81 

Smith, Darlene 53 

Smith, Elizabeth 34 

Smith, Greg 78 

Smith, Jackie 45 

Smith, John 67, 78 

Smith, Laura 30 

Smith, Michelle 137 

Smith, Peggy 52 

Smith, Roderick 74 

Smith, Sharon 51, 61 

Smith, Sue 50 

de Socorro, Maria 63 

Soltermann, Scott . 19, 57, 54, 55, 50 



Staten, Cedric 78, 81 

Stewart, Daniel 45 

Stilwell, Suzy 50 

Stokes, Fred 60 

Stott, Gail 53 

Strickland, Becky 31 , 42 

Strickland, Eric 32, 68, 57, 56 

30, 46, 47, 148 

Strong, Rodney 78 

Stuart, Tanya 55, 54, 43, 30, 38 

Subar, Michelle 32 

Sullivan, Dan 82, 81 

Sullivan, Elizabeth 44 

Swanigan, Devon 56, 78 

Swift, Kalista 32, 50 

Syass, Carolyn 32 



West, Emily 57, 50, 31 

Westmoreland, Glenda 50, 31 

Wheat, Hiram 56, 78, 81 



T 



Taylor, Frieda 73, 51, 50, 59 

42, 137, 39, 16 

Taylor, Glenn 61 

Taylor, Mike 70, 78 

Terry, Alice 67 

Terry, Tracy 61 

Terry, Ulysses 68, 32 

Thannhauser, Michael . 78, 42, 63, 46 

Thompson, Deidre 67 

Thompson, Julius 54 

Thompson, Norman 78 

Thuma, David 68 

Thurman, Rosha 137 

Tinsley, Anthony 81 

Tipton, Jeffery 45 

Torrence, Timothy 61 

Towne, Steve 51 , 50 

Trammer, Julius 54, 137 

Trimpe, Dean 70 

Tuggles, Lori 53 

Tuggles, William 51 

Turner, Michelle 52 




Wagener, Kerra 59, 42 

Wagener, Krysti 12, 57, 55, 50 

Walker, Linda 53 

Wallen, Mark 70 

Walston, Jack 68 

Walton, Phil 51 

Ward, Joseph 24, 81 

Warren, Norman 78 

Warrick, Mike 73 

Washum, Annette 44 

Washum, Yvonne 84 

Watkins, Carolyn 55, 50 



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te, Brenda 55, 81 

te, Bridget 32, 60 

te, Caria 45 

te, Juanita 55, 137 

te, Karen 611 

ite, Mark 216 

White, Sheila 32, 53, 58 

White, Susan 53, 39 

White, Terri 55, 52 

tted, Pharez 32, 78, 31 

iams, Brenda 45 

iams. Glen 32 

iams, Keith 56 

iams, Kyle 78 

iams, Leonard 51 , 56 

iams, Linda 48, 84 

iams, Marshall 67, 57, 56 

iams, Rick 86 

iams, Sherri 72 

iams, Terry 32 

iams, Tom 78 

iamson, Tony 19, 70, 178 

is, Thresia 45 

son, Bridgette 51 

son, Cheryl 18, 52 

son, Cindy 61 

son, Diane 34, 84 

son, Harold 61 

son, Sandra 51 

son, William 56 

Wood, Jonathan 32 

Wood, Margeret 22, 57, 50, 59 

Wood, Raymond 73 

Woodard, John 10, 73, 56 

Woods, Dennis 81 

Woods, James 61 

Woollen, Byron .... 18, 54, 59, 42, 39 



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Young, Brenda 48, 43, 137 



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3:00 Friday Afternoon 



Friday! The long-awaited last 
bell finally rings. From within 
the building, students pour 
forth to partake in weekend ac- 
tivities. Some stay longer for 
extra-curricular activities. 
Others hurry home to get a 
head start on the all-too-short 
time before 8:00 Monday morn- 
ing. 




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A special big thank you to all the people who helped to make this book possible! 



Mr. Robert Houston 

Principal Benjamin Johnson 

Vice Principal Don King 

Vice Principal Don Oldham 

Lydia Ashanin 

Marina Ashanin 

Clyde Bolden 

Susan Earnhart 

Joan LaFollette 

Jennifer Lasher 

Ruth Lawson 

Janet Morford 

Kathleen Glickert 

Everett Shockely 

Eric Strickland 

Marshall Williams 

EInora Brown 

David Hickerson 

Keith Beidelman 

Jamie Cole 

Pam Gaye 

Diane McKune 

Sue Smith 

Frieda Taylor 

Kerra Wagener 

Krysti Wagener 

Mr. Greg Whalen 

Mr. Clarence Downey 

Ms. Dixie Lee 

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Senior Pictures 

Underclass Pictures 




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As we leave Shortridge, new 
students take our places. As 
this process repeats itself we 
find that the years of riots and 
near-closing grow dimmer. 
These un restful years are re- 
placed by a deep rooted sense 
of — SERENITY. 



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