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FOREWORD 

^HIS is a review of a 
busy, successful year at 
Shore. It is primarily a 
Senior yearbook, a publica- 
tion which, as the years go 
by, should keep alive in the 
minds of the graduating class 
memories of their classmates. 
We chose the frozen Arctic 
as our art theme because if is 
one of the few lands of ro- 
mance and mystery left to 
beckon the modern youth. 

If our book carries to the 
homes of the community an 
interesting account of the 
year's work and play at 
Shore, and some day is the 
source of a few moments of 
happy contemplation for our 
fellow students, then we shall 
be indeed rewarded. 

Ralph Myers, 
Editor-in-Chief 




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^~Qjn sincere appreciation of the help 

you have been to us in the class room and in 

the production of our school publications, we dedicate 

to you this Porthole of 1929 



"The public school is the cornerstone of 
the American republic. 

Our liberties are dependent upon the in- 
telligence of our people. 

It is, therefore, the duty of the govern- 
ment to develop the public schools to the 
highest degree of efficiency." 



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Car ami Tliompsoii 

We have, residing within the shadow of our school, a man of re- 
nown, Colonel Carmi A. Thompson. Colonel Thompson is statesman, 
politician, soldier, business man, traveler, — lending his great mind often 
in the service of his country. Some of the notable public positions he 
has attained are Treasurer of the United States, Secretary to President 
Taft, member of the House of Representatives, and Special Commis- 
sioner to make a survey of the economical and internal conditions of the 
Philippines. 



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Shore is growing by leaps and bounds under the guidance of Superintendent 
Gilbert A. Franks. He is a man who is very ably fitted for his position as chief 
executive of Euclid's public schools. 

Little need be said about our Principal, Daniel E. Metts, for he has long since 
won his place in the hearts of our community. The humblest freshman or the 
worthiest senior knows him as "Pal". What more need be said? 




W. A. Franks, Superintendent 



D. E. Metts, Principal 







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Faculty 



Metts, Daniel E. 
Principal 

Wooster College, B.A. ; Columbia University, M.A. 

Aingworth, Lucille 
Domestic Art 

Western Reserve College for Women, A.B.; Co- 
lumbia University. 

Brosl, Earl M. 
Mn mini Training, Physical Culture 

Ohio University, B.S. 

Campbell, Pera 

English, Social Problems, Economics 

Defiance College, A.B.; University of Wisconsin; 
Ohio State. 

Cart, Lillian 
History, Commercial Subjects 
Western Kentucky State Normal College. 

Case, Ford L. 

Orchestra, Baud, Boys' Coach, Manual 

Training, Mechanical Drawing 

Wooster College; Ohio University; Ohio State. 

Crampton, Mary R. 
Librarian 

University of Michigan, A.B. 

Crone, Mabel E. 
Mathematics 
Oberlin College, B.A. 

Darst, Louise 
Commercial Subjects 
Miami University; Oberlin College, B.A. 

Doutt, Genavieve 
Latin, French 

Beaver College, B.O.; Southern College, A.B.; 
Columbia University. 

Henry, Grace 

Art 
Cleveland School of Art. 

Knox, Harley J, 
Science, Commercial Arithmetic 
Coe College, B.A.; Iowa State College. 



Krohn, Helene 

Engli\b 
Wooster College, B.A. 

Laws, Maude F. 
Director of Music 
Western Reserve University, A.B. 

Leo, Carl 
Orchestra, Baud 

Northwestern University; American Conservatory 
of Music, B.M. 

Rehberg, Barbara M. 

Music 

Miami University, Graduate in Music; Western 
Reserve University. 

Rosenberger, Hetty E. 

Domestic Science 
Western Reserve College for Women, B.S.; Uni- 
versity of Chicago; Columbia University. 

Russell, Esther M. 
Girls' Coach, History 

Bowling Green State Normal College; University 
of Wisconsin. 

Spangler, Harry W. 
Science 

Heidelberg University, B.A. 

Swartz, Clare E. 
English, Journal is m 

Wellesley College, B.A.; University of Chicago. 

Taylor, Eulalia 

Nurse 

Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glendale, West Vir- 
ginia. 

Whiteside, Stanley L. 
History, Science 
Ohio State University, B.A. 

Williams, Jane 
Latin, Commercial Arithmetic 

Denison University, Ph.B. 

Walker, Mary 
Physical Culture 
Oberlin College, A.B. 




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Robert Louder, Clifton Alger, Mr. Daniel E. Metis (Principal), Leroy Collins, Richard Abbott. 

Robert March, Marion Thomas, Ralph Bonnema, Genevieve Clark, George Scheerer. 

Ruth Nason, Dorothea Martens, Beatrice Hirsch, Miss Jane Williams (Faculty Adviser), Dorothy 

Getler, Alice Cimpcrman, May Pyle. 



Student Council 

OFFICERS 

Dorothy Getler President 

Alice Cimperman Vice President 

Beatrice Hirsch Secretary 

Dorothea Martens Treasurer 

Miss Jane Williams Faculty Adviser 

Mr. Daniel E. Mf.tts Faculty Adviser 



The Student Council has been the medium through which students and Principal 
have cooperated to keep school affairs running smoothly, and to make the past year 
one of steady progress. 

Members of the Council have assisted during the mid-year changing of classes, 
at fire-drill, during the taking of the pictures for the Annual, and in seating the 
student body at assemblies. 

This year's project is a handbook, containing a self-appraisal questionnaire for 
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CLASS OFFICERS 

Elsie Taylor President Philomena Vidugeris... _ Secretary 

Florence Pfeil Vice President Helen Stray Treasurer 

Miss Helene Krohn Faculty Sponsor 



Elsie Taylor 

Diligent and busy in her senior days, 
To underclassmen charming in her ways. 

Student Council I, III; Sec'y-Treas. III. 

Class President II, IV. 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Sec'y-Treasurer IV. 

Operetta II, III, IV. 

Leaders' Club IV. 

Shore Breezes IV. 

French Club IV. 

Camera Club IV 

Florence Pfeil 

Gentlemen prefer blondes they say, and yet 
We know one who prefers this brunette. 

Vice President II, IV; Class President III. 

Varsity Basketball III, IV. 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 

Glee Club II, III, IV. 

Operetta IV. 

Orchestra I, II, III, IV. 

French Club IV. 

Porthole Staff III, IV; Assoc. Editor IV. 

Shore Breezes III, IV. 

National Honor Society 



Philomena Vidugeris 

Always a-hurrying, never at rest. 
The efficiency of Phil is of the best. 

Class Secretary IV. 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 

Porthole Staff IV; Photograph Editor IV. 

Shore Breezes IV. 

Advertising Committee III, IV. 

Camera Club. 

National Honor Society 

Helen Stray 

Pretty treasurer of the class, she lias accustomed 

to say, 
"Where is that money yon promised me today?" 

Class Treasurer IV. 
Glee Club IV. 
Operetta IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Camera Club. 



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MARIAN AHLMAN 
Student Council III. 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Librarian IV; Oper- 
etta III, IV. 
Porthole Staff III, IV. 
Shore Bree/cs II, III, IV. 
Basketball IV. 

French Club IV; Secretary IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV; Secretary IV. 
National Honor Society 
Senior Play 

An "almond" takes some time . to grow, 
And our Ahlman still has far to go. 

CLIFFORD BANTEL 
Glee Club II, III, IV. 
Band III, IV. 
Orchestra I. II, HI, IV. 
Cheerleader III, IV. 

Though he takes life in his easy way, 
He'll be a Kubinoff some day. 



BERNICE CARNEY 

Entered from Perry High School. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 

from Perry hails this charming miss; 
To US she brought much cheerfulness. 



RALPH BONNEMA 

Student Council III, IV. 

Glee Club III, IV; Operetta, III, IV. 

He passes in, he passes out, 

And wonders what it's all about. 



ALICE CIMPERMAN 

Student Council IV; Vice President IV. 
Glee Club II, III, IV; Leader IV; Oper- 
etta II, III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 

Alice is lucky, for naught does she lack; 
If other things fail her, she always has 
Jack. 



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JOHN CONVERSE 

Entered from Collinwood High School. 
Glee Club I, II, IV; Operetta IV. 
Senior Play 

In spite of bis name he cures not to 

converse 
But to playing a banjo, he is never averse. 



RACHEL CLEMENTS 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Advertising Committee III, IV. 
Porthole Staff IV. 
Shore Breezes IV. 
Camera Club. 

Happy go-lucky and pretty, 
Jolty, modest, and nitty. 



NORMAN HERMAN 

Glee Club IV; Operetta IV. 

Football Manager III. 

Track I, II, III; Captain II. 

Hermes ran on winged feet. 
So did Norman, slim and fleet. 



JEANNETTE COWIN 

Glee Club III, IV; Operetta III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Basketball Manager IV. 

A laugh so unique, there's not another 

one yet 
As hearty and hale as the one of Jeanuette. 



WALTER KREMM 

Basketball III, IV; Captain IV. 
Football III. 
Track III, IV. 



He shoots the baskets, our Walter Kremm- 
Not so his words; he goes "a-hem!" 



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DOROTHY 



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Student Council III, IV; President IV. 
Glee Club III, IV; Operetta III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV; President IV. 
Portbole Staff III. 
Basketball II, III, IV; Captain III. 

On the basketball floor she is all agility. 
We know too well we'll miss her ability. 



Paul Mccormick 

Entered from Green River Institute. 
Glee Club III, IV; Secretary-Treasurer IV. 
French Club IV. 

Orchestra III, IV; Secretary-Treasurer IV 
Band III, IV; Secretary-Treasurer IV. 
Football III. 

Toot! toot! toot! sounds the tuba of Paul 
Ami big as be is, it covers him all. 



EDITFI GRDINA 

Entered from Collinwood High Schc 
Shore Breezes IV. 

Our typist shy, but dependable 
In work ami play commendable. 



HAROLD MEIRERT 

Entered from Collinwood High School. 
Glee Club IV. 

Well versed in the shy art 
Is our little Meier/. 



HANNA HART 

Glee Club I, II, III; Operetta I, II, III. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Shore Breezes IV. 

Strong when going, hard to start, 
Thai's our little lianna Hart. 




THE FORTH 




DANIEL MILLER 

Glee Club I, II, III, IV; Leader IV; Oper- 
etta I, II, III, IV. 
Senior Play 

Oh, he can sing, good-looking Dan! 
What if wc can't} wc know he can. 



BETTY HAUSCHILD 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Operetta II, III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Porthole Staff IV. 
Shore Breezes IV. 
Orchestra IV. 

Betty is a clever wren; 

And how she plays that violin! 



HUGH MILLER 

Entered from Franklin High School, Los 

Angeles, California. 
Glee Club IV; Operetta IV. 
Porthole Staff IV; Art Editor IV. 
Shore Breezes IV. 

/;/ art wc know he docs exccll; 

Ami with a trombone he docs as well. 



HELEN LARICK 

Glee Club IV; Operetta IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
French Club IV. 
Porthole Staff III, IV. 
Shore Breezes II, III, IV. 
National Honor Society 

A maiden shy, reserved, ami sweet, 
Yd one could scarcely say "petite. 



ROBERT MILLER 

Entered from Franklin Fligh School, Los 

Angeles, California. 
Basketball IV. 
Baseball IV; Track IV. 

Football, basketball, baseball, ami track. — 
What will we do without Bobby back? 





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LUCY MATHEWS 

Class Secretary-Treasurer I, II. 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Operetta II, III, IV. 

Basketball II, III, IV. 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 

Porthole Staff IV. 

"Sweet personality, full of rascality." 



CHESTER MORRIS 

Entered from East Tech. 
Track III, IV; Captain IV. 
Porthole Staff IV. 
Movie Operator IV. 
Football Manager IV. 
Stage Property Manager III, IV. 
National Athletic Honor Society 
National Honor Society 

Track, movies, stage, and "spot" 
This boy . for Shore did quite a lot. 

JENNIE MERTEK 

Basketball Manager IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Porthole Staff III, IV. 
Shore Breezes III, IV. 
French Club IV. 
Camera Club. 

Her eyes shine and sparkle — it's a beautiful 

look 
That comes to her face as she reads her 

book. 

JOHN PEARSON 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Operetta II, III, IV. 
Orchestra III, IV. 
Band III, IV. 
Advertising Committee II. 

There isn't much to this little man. 
But he does his bit wherever he can. 



MARGARET OGILVIE 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Class Treasurer III. 

She carries herself with dignity and case, 
Reserved, with ever a smile to please. 



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JACK WHITTLE 

Cheerleader IV. 

Glee Club III, IV; Operetta III, IV. 

Porthole Staff IV. 

Shore Breezes IV. 

Band IV; Drum Major. 

Entered from Glcnville III. 

Jack may have a weakness of heart 

But that Joes not hinder him in lover's art. 



JANET PETROWSKY 

Glee Club III, IV; Operetta III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
French Club IV. 
Camera Club 
Senior Play 

A little miss who is very talkative; 
Some folks find her quite provocative. 



RUTH REPKA 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Operetta III, IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV; Vice President IV. 
Porthole Staff IV. 
Camera Club 

She lingers at noon, she lingers at night; 
Why does she linger? Homer? That's 
right! 



LEONORA SIGNORETTI 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 
French Club IV; Treasurer IV. 
Shore Breezes III. 
Porthole Staff IV. 
Camera Club IV. 
Senior Play 

There isn't a girl who ;'s any sweeter 
Than this one who writes poetry by the 
meter. 

HELEN SPENCER 

Student Council II; Secretary II. 

Glee Club II, III, IV; Operetta II, III, IV. 

Porthole Staff III. 

Shore Breezes III. 

French Club IV. 

Leaders' Club III, IV. 

National Honor Society 

Senior Play 

Here's to the girl with fiery hair 
Whose radiant smile we could not spare. 




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MILDRED STEIN 
Glee Club IV; Operetta IV. 
Basketball III, IV; Captain IV. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 

Basketball captain, a u'iz at guard, 
In cicry game "Milly" played hard. 



JEAN WILSON 
Entered from Villa Angela. 
Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Class Secretary III. 
Orchestra IV. 
Spelling Champion III. 
Camera Club 

//; corridor and classroom, sweet and sedate, 
And our best speller was Jean in 192S. 



MARY ZAGAR 
Entered from Villa Angela. 
Leaders' Club. 

A sweet little lady with snappy brown 

eyes, 
She can steal a man's heart whenever she 

tries. 



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Genavieve Doutt 
Director of Service Play 

The Intimate Strangers 

A Comedy in Three Acts 

by 

Booth Tarkington 

Presented by the Senior Class, May 24, 1929 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 
Mr. Ames- ...Robert McCulley 

Who is left deserted in a lonely way station because of a storm meets 
Isabel Stuart Helen Spencer 

who has also been isolated there. 

They are rescued by 

Florence Marian Ahlman 

a modern young flirt and 

Johnnie White ..Daniel Miller 

her boy friend, who drives them to Isabel's home, where they meet 

Aunt Ellen Leonora Signoretti 

the grand-niece of Isabel. Isabel employs the help of 

Mattie— ...Janet Petrow sky 

the maid, in her attempt to intrigue Ames. 

Station-Master—. -John Converse 

Henry— John Pearson 

the butler. 

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The Ballad of the Chevy Chased 

A galloping wind, a cold March day, 
Two other characters — no more: 
A handy creek, a Chevrolet, 
Owned by Stanley of Shore. 

The wind did howl till trees bowed down 
Before its mighty strength; 
The rain did pelt and swamp the yard 
To the very doors at length. 

So Mister Wind swept on and on 
And cried in fiendish glee, 
"Ah, ha, today's my day for fun, 
There's dastard work for me!" 

Poor little Chevy — all alone 

And buffeted by the storm, 

What could he do? No brakes were on! 

The wind began to perform! 

He puffed, he blew, and almost wrecked 
His windbag with the strain; 
He started Chevy a lively dance 
And soon the creek was gained. 

Old Chevy took a dive and hung 
Nose down — he had no choice — 
Awaiting the touch of his master's hand 
And the sound of his master's voice. 

Oh, fortunate Mr. Whiteside, 

Of luck you need no more, 

For the water of the creek was drained 

Just several days before. 

Florence Pfeil 



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12B Class 

OFFICERS 

Charles Schubert _. President 

Charles Naso Vice President 

Henry Getler Secretary 

Ellsworth Householder Treasurer 

Genevieve Clark Student Council Member 

Beatrice Hirsch Student Council Member 

Miss Esther Russell Sponsor 



Clark, Genevieve 
Crozier, Werner 
Farrell, Leslie 

Getler, . Henry 



MEMBERS 

Hirsch, Beatrice 
Householder, Ellsworth 
Kisthardt, Lucille 
McDonald, Ruth 
Merchant, Margaret 



Myers, Ralph 
Naso, Charles 
Schubert, Charles 
Test, Walter 



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11A Class 

OFFICERS 

Richard Proudfoot President 

Anton Vidrick Vice President 

Dorothy Turk Secretary 

Margaret Lucas Treasurer 

Robert March Student Council Member 

Dorothea Martens — Student Council Member 

George Scheerer Student Council Member 

Miss Mabel Crone Sponsor 

Class Colors — Blue and Gold 



Christopher, Juanita 
Conrad, Theodore 
Goodwin, James 
Green, Walter 
Kinkopf, Josephine 
Knight, Jeanette 
Kressin, May 
Krsnik, Edward 
Lemmon, Marie 



MEMBERS 

Longo, Josephine 
Lucas, Margaret 
Lusher, Marabell 
March, Robert 
Manzelman, Sarah 
Martens, Dorothea 
Noch, Stella 
Ogilvie, Helen 
Plantz, Garnett 
Powell, Norman 



Proudfoot, Richard 
Riedel, Lester 
Scheerer, George 
Turk, Dorothy 
Vidrick, Anton 
Williams, Kenneth 
Willkomm, Marie 
Wissman, Viola 
Zivkovic, Marie 



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11B Class 

OFFICERS 

Scott Crampton President 

Rachel Cameron Vice President 

Lucille Riddell Secretary 

Adele Hicks Treasurer 

Clifton Alger__„ Student Council Member 

Robert Lowder Student Council Member 

Miss Lucille Aingworth Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Alger, Clifton Hoprich, Katherine Riddell, Lucille 

Cameron, Rachel Hunter, Pauline Shalley, Ludwig 

Crampton, Scott Judkins, Edwin Siddall, Edmund 

Devor, Leslie Longo, Otto Stepanovich, Lilyan 

Duff, Willard Lowder, Robert Stevens, Orves 

Gezann, Arthur Macey, James Thomas, Ralph 

Gill, Jack Miller, Stuart Trattar, Violet 

Herman, Marjorie Musser, Harold Waterwash, Antoinette 

Hicks, Adele Parks, Robert Wichern, Carl 



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OFFICERS 

William Winslow President 

Sheridan Horwitz Vice President 

Lawrence Traub Secretary 

Margaret Pellerin Treasurer 

May Pyle Student Council Member 

Leroy Collins Student Council Member 

Mr. Knox Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Amidich, Emilie Grdina, Florence Pill a, Lucy 

Anderson, Elizabeth Grill, Alice Pyle, May 

Andrews, Charles Gehring, Esther Redden, Richard 

Armocida, Bernice Hill, Esther Rose, Charles 

Binckley, John Horwitz, Sheridan Seidel. Ruth 

Bonnema, Wesley Jamison, Virginia Sharnas, Helen 

Brigleb, John Johnson, Evadna Speidel, Lynn 

Brott, Mildred Kruser, {Catherine Stenger, Ethel 

Bukovec, Charles Latour, Richard Testa, Carl 

Bukovec, Frances Laudcrbach, Edgar Tomazic, Victoria 

Camplejohn, Reed Lockard, William Traub, Lawrence 

Centner, Bernice Lorimer, Alex Triman, Alvin 

Clavey, Arvilla Mantel, George Vedder, Erma 

Clines, Margaret Miller, Mildred Wegman, Virginia 

Clymer, William Mortimer, Irma Wilms, Edward 

Collins, Leroy O'Donnell, Ann Winslow, William 

Coughlin, Colette Overacre, Catherine Witmer, Jane 

Cowin, Mary Palko, John Witt, Ruth 

Felker, Genevieve Parmalee, Richard Zelle, Dorothy 

Fox, Eli Zook, John 

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OFFICERS 

Gretchen Schmcan President 

Frances Nemec Secretary-Treasurer 

Ruth Nason Student Council Member 

Miss Jane Williams Sponsor 

Class Colors — Blue and Gray 



B.iuor, Anna 
Bixler, Ruth 
Boyence, Mary 
Bricel, Florence 
Burgert, Robert 
Carlson, Lennart 
Carney, Margaret 
Disanto, Evelyn 
Douglas, Helen 
Drenik, Frances 
Elecker, Fred 
Fish, Elizabeth 
Hartman, Hilda 
Hartzel, Mary 



MEMBERS 

Haslin, Arline 
Haven, Gerard 
1 limpleman, John 
Ischay, Harry 
Keipert, Helen 
Lane, Gertrude 
Morris, George 
Murray, Katherine 
Musser, Mel v in 
Nason, Ruth 
Neely, Lenore 
Nemec, Frances 
Nosse, Louis 
Peck, Caroline 



Pellerin, Margaret 
Poje, Stonko 
Pyle, Freda 
Roeder, William 
Rogers, Violet 
Schwan, Gretchen 
Spencer, LeVerne 
Sullivan Marjcne 
Tegel, Frank 
Tichner, Sanford 
W'acker, Grace 
Wagner, Frances 
Webster, Evelyn 
\\ illkomm, John 



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9A Class 

OFFICERS 

Kenneth Bending President 

Gertrude Wagner Vice President 

Duane Larick Secretary 

Eunice Gilson ..Treasurer 

Richard Abbot Student Council Member 

Marion Thomas Student Council Member 

Mr. Stanley Whiteside Sponsor 

Class Colors — Black and Gold 



Abbott, Richard 
Bain, Corliss 
Barber, Paul 
Bending, Kenneth 
Bixler, Helen 
Bluhm, Alma 
Bonnema, Mary 
Boyence, Alex 
Browning, Victoria 
Byrne, Robert 
Cambria, Thomas 
Cimperman, John 
Covert, William 
Cowin, Ruth 
Crozier, Wayne 



MEMBERS 

A to M (inclusive) 

Davis, Frank 
Daw, William 
Dezman, Louis 
Doherty, Marian 
Donohue, Glenn 
Drenik, Helen 
Egger, Milton 
Ettenger, Marguerite 
Fioretti, Ralph 
Fox, Stephen 
Gilson, Eunice 
Green, Melvin 
Hall, William 
Hart, Jack 
Harwood, Eugene 
Harwood, Orville 



Hermle, Helen 
Floward, Jack 
Jagodnik, Anton 
Jarc, Mary 
Korthals, John 
Kroetz, Harold 
Larick, Duane 
Lauderbach, Clarence 
McAuliflfc, Mary Louise 
McCahan, Bernard 
McMillan, Elizabeth 
Malovrh, Louise 
Mason, William 
Mihevic, Marie 
Moffet, Marian 



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Nason, Edith 
Nelson, Alvar 
Nelson, Herbert 
Neurohr, Lillian 
Nolan, Mary 
Norris, Norma 
Palko, Agnes 
Nosse, John 
Parenti, Angelo 
Passerello, Florence 
Patterson, Surlene 
Podosky, Angela 
Poje, Louise 



Rake, Helen 
Saunders, Ella May 
Serino, Joe 
Shimrock, Mike 
Siddall, Iris 
Spearman, Ruth 
Stein, Howard 
Stockall, Dudley 
Strakol, George 
Stray, William 
Strunk, John 
Sturm, Anton 
Sylvester, Jack 



Teska, Eleanor 
Thomas, Lena 
Thomas, Marion 
Tiffany, George 
Tippen, John 
Traub, Fred 
Triman, Eugene 
Turk, Adeline 
Wachtell, Lester 
Wagner, Gertrude 
Will, Valeria 
Williams, Irene 
Wruck, Ailene 



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OFFICERS 

Anton Kinkopf President 

Zvonimar Hribar V ice President 

Elizabeth Vidugeris Secretary 

Josephine Ger jevich _._ Treasu rer 

Donald McDonald Student Council Member 

Miss Pera Campbell Sponsor 

Class Colors — Blue and White 



Antonicci, Dominic 
Baressi, Frank 
Bukovec, Rose 
Cameron, Beatrice 
Cliarles, Meryl 
Childers, Mary Ellen 
Pairley, William 
Frissell, Dorothy 
Gerjcvich, Josephine 
Haberle, Steve 
Hartman, Edward 
Hoprich, John 
Hribar, Zvonimar 



MEMBERS 

Janitz, William 
Jehlicka, Edward 
Johnson, Annie 
Kinkopr, Anton 
Kuckenmeister, Helen 
Lasch, Lucille 
McDonald, Donald 
Meissner, Donald 
Metzger, Frank 
Miskerich, Annie 
Murphy, Lcnore 
Nahtigal, Frank 
Nemec, Matthew 
Nosse, Anna 



Parisi, Catherine 
Parisi, Jennie 
Phillips, Jean 
Plummer, Martha 
Ramoni, Tony 
Stewart, Duane 
Tousley, Rene 
Smith, Louise 
Spelko, Frank 
Vidugeris, Elizabeth 
Waterwash, Carrie 
Yancer, LaVonne 
Zupancic, Stephania 



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Third Annual Spelling Match 

For the past three years, a spelling contest has been held at the close 
of the first semester to determine the champion speller in the high school. 
The last two contests were old-fashioned, oral "spell downs", but this 
year a five-minute dictation was read, and the student writing this para- 
graph with the fewest mistakes was named champion. 

Each English class was represented. The class champions were seated 
at desks on the stage before the assembly. Miss Swartz, Supervisor of 
the English Department, read the paragraph from Eugene Wright's book, 
The Great Horn Spoon. 

Irma Mortimer, a sophomore, won the championship. 
The class champions were: 
12A Jean Wilson 
12B Ellsworth Householder 
11A Richard Proudfoot 
11B Adele Hicks 
10A Irma Mortimer — Champion 
10B Betty Fish 
9 A Lena Thomas 
In 1928 Jean Wilson won the championship, and in 1927 Emily 
Kovacic held the honors. 

A Frc§hnian 9 § Song ait Graduation 

Tune: "Sweethearts on Parade" 
Single file they come down the aisle, 

The Seniors on parade; 
I can't help sigh as they pass me by 

The Seniors on parade; 
I'd love to join the line, but they bar me, 
For it takes many credits to join their army; 
How I pine just to fall in line 

With the Seniors on parade. 

E. T. 

Literary Programs 

Literary programs are a bi-monthly occurrence at Shore. They 
were established for the purpose of giving students a chance to appear 
in public. 

Miss Doutt, the faculty manager of these assemblies, arranges the 
calendar in which are programs by each department, speeches by faculty 
members and by outsiders, and musicales. 



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Band 

OFFICERS 

Jack Whittle Dm m Major 

Paul McCormick : Secretary-Treasurer 

Ford L. Case Faculty Director and Manager 

Carl Leo Music Supervisor and Director 

MEMBERS 

Comets — Alto Horns — 

Clifford Bantel Ralph Bonnema 

Robert Burger Leroy Collins 

Carl Wichern Alex Lorimer 

Trombone — Baritom — 

William Mason Lennart Carlson 

Helicon — Drum* — 

Paul McCormick John Pearson 

Saxophones — Dudley Stockall 

John Binckley Clarinets — 
Orves Stevens John Bukovic 

Frank Davis Herbert Nelson 

Shore Band has completed its second successful year under faculty supervision. 
The band has played during the last year at all home football and basketball games, 
and at some games that were away from home. 

Mr. Leo is our music director and supervisor. Mr. Case, faculty director and 
manager, has given, voluntarily, his services to the school. 

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Girls 9 Glee Club 



OFFICERS 

Alice Cimperman Leader 

Elsie Taylor Secretary 

May Kressin Treasurer 

Marian Ahlman Librarian 

Mrs. Maude Laws Instructor 



Ahlman, Marian 
Anderson, Elizabeth 
Bixler, Ruth 
Brott, Mildred 
Bukovcc, Frances 
Cimperman, Alice 
Clark, Genevieve 
Clavey, Arvilla 
Cowin, Jeannettc 
Getler, Dorothy 
Grill, Alice 
Hauschild, Betty 



MEMBERS 

Herman, Marjorie 
Hicks, Adele 
Hirsch, Beatrice 
Jamison, Virginia 
Kressin, May 
Larick, Helen 
Lemmon, Marie 
Martens, Dorothea 
Mathews, Lucy 
Miller, Mildred 
Noch, Stella 
Petrowsky, Janet 



Pfeil, Florence 
Pilla, Lucy 
Repka, Ruth 
Spencer, Helen 
Stein, Mildred 
Stepanovich, Lilyan 
Stray, Helen 
Taylor, Elsie 
Tomazic, Victoria 
\\ lllkomm, Marie 
Winner, Jane 
Zivkovic, Marie 



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Boys 5 Glee Club 



OFFICERS 

Daniel Miller Leader 

Paul McCormick - Secretary -Treasurer 

Jack Whittle Librarian 



Myers, Ralph 
Mcicrt, Harold 
McCulley, Robert 
Miller, Hugh 
Bantel, Clifford 
Lorimer, Alex 
Winslow, William 



MEMBERS 
Margret Lucas, Pianist 

Crampton, Scott 
Householder, Ellsworth 
Converse, John 
Herman, Norman 
Naso, Charles 
Algers, Clifton 
Vidrick, Anthony 



Pearson, John 
Bonnema, Ralph 
Snetsinger, Kenneth 
Gill, Jack 
Getler, Henry 
Speidel, Lynn 
Schcerer, George 



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Mary Bonncma. Helen Hermle, Angela Potlosky, Lenore Murphy, Helen Knckenmeister, Elizabeth Viditgcris. 

Mary Cowin, Adeline Turk, Lena Thomas, Ella May Saunders, Irene Williams, Mary Nolan. 
Marguerite Ettinger, Mary Louise McAitliffe, Marion Thomas, Eunice Cilson, Mrs. Maude Lewis (Instructor). 



Choral Club 

Marion Thomas Lender 

Eunice Gilson Secretary 

Mary S. McAuliffe Librarian 

Maude Laws Director 



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Orchestra 

OFFICERS 

Carl Leo Director 

Ford L. Case Faculty Manager 

Clifeord Bantel President 

Paul McCormick Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

First Violins — Second Violin — 

Clifford Bantel Betty Hauschild 

Leroy Collins Jean Wilson 

Joe Serino Richard Abbott 

John Tippen John Pearson 

Clarinets — Saxapbones — 

John Bukovic John Binckley 

Herbert Nelson Orves Stevens 

Melophones — Frank Davis 

Ralph Bonnema Euphonium — 
Alex Lorimer Lennart Carlson 

Trombone — ■ Drums — 

William Mason Dudley Stockall 

Sousapbom — Piano — 

Paul McCormick Margaret Lucas 

Shore Orchestra, organized two years ago with a membership of five, now 
enrollment of twenty. During the last year, the orchestra has progressed very 
under the supervision of Mr. Leo, and the voluntary direction of Mr. Case. 

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Shore Breezes 




(Charter 



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Shore's weekly newspaper, the Shore Breezes, first organized in 
1923, is edited by the class in journalism, under the supervision of Miss 
Clare Swartz. The journalism department is new at Shore this year and 
has raised the Breezes to a higher standard than it has ever attained in the 
past. This four page mimeographed publication, edited every Tuesday, 
is a charter member of the National Scholastic Press Association. Occa- 
sionally a twelve page Special Edition is published, a sort of literary 
number, containing the journalistic effusions of the school. 

It is through the efforts of Miss Darst and the typing department 
that the printing of our paper is made possible. The paper has a circu- 
lation of two hundred and fifty copies. 



Rachel Clements 
Edith Grdina 
Hanna Hart 



Clifton Alger 
Frank Bricel 
John Brigleb 
Charles Bukovec 



Typists 



Mimeographers 



Journal is in Class 



Marian Ahlman 
Frank Bricel 
Ellsworth Householder 
Helen Larick 
Dorothea Martens 
Paul McCormick 
Hugh Miller 



Lucille Kisthardt 
Philomena Vidugeris 



Reed Campeljohn 
Scott Crampton 
Ellsworth Householder 
Jack Whittle 



Ralph Myers 
Florence Pfeil 
May Pyle 
Elsie Taylor 
Dorothy Turk 
Jack Whittle 
Mary Zagar 



All American Honor Rating — Superior is the way Shore Breezes was scored in the 
national newspaper contest sponsored by the National Scholastic Press Association in 
January. 



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Porthole Staff 

OFFICERS 

Ralph Myers ....Editor-in-Chief 

Florence Pfeil . Associate Editor 

Jennie Mertek Business Manager 

Philomena Vidugeris .. — _ Photograph Editor 

Hugh Miller ____ Art Editor 

Clare E. Swartz Faculty Adviser 

Assistant Associate Editors Assistant Business Managers 

Marian Ahlman Lucy Mathews 

Helen Larick Jack Whittle 

May Pyle Betty Hauschild 

Robert McCulley 
Rachel Clements 
Assistant Photograph Editor Leonora Signoretti 

Ruth Repka May Kressin 

Clifton Algers 
Mildred Stein 
Assistant Art Editor Walter Kremm 

Chester Morris Ralph Thomas 

Dorothea Martens 



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eria 

Well planned, appetizing lunches, eaten in the cool of the cafeteria, make a pleasant 
break in the clay's routine, and the material wants of the students are taken care of 
by an efficient staff. Varied and seasoned menus are planned by Miss Rosenberger and 
cooked under her supervision by her assistants. 

The present cafeteria system was organized when Miss Rosenberger came to Shore 
in the fall of 1922. During winter, those lunching at school average 5 00 daily, 
receipts $75, while in the warmer months the receipts average $65 daily, about 450 
availing themselves of this convenience. 



Mr. Whiteside: Miss Grill, what do we mean by hybridizing? 

A. G.: Well, you take a bit of one tree and put it with another tree, and you get a 
new kind of tree. 

Mr. Whiteside: And is that how we get the pineapple? 



Shore's Leaders' Club 

OFFICERS 

Dorothy Getler President 

Ruth Repka ____ Vice President 

Marian Ahlman Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Walker __ Sponsor 

Shore's Leaders' Club has been organized for two years. It is composed of junior 
and senior gym girls, the purpose being to train the members in responsibility and 
leadership, and to create more interest in gym work. The club now numbers thirty- 
five girls. At the meetings, which are held every other Thursday after school, the 
girls are assigned various duties which help to keep order in class. Some of the members 
must check up on the number of gym girls taking showers, others on attendance, and 
still others on outfits. This system relieves Mrs. Walker of much worry. 

One class, from September to February, under the guidance of leaders, always had 
perfect outfits, had no tardiness, and had %7'/ ( of the girls taking showers regularly. 

In addition to the Leaders' Club, squads in all the gym classes have been organized, 
each one trying to make the highest number of gym points by doing specified things. 

And the result? Better, finer gym work with plenty of fun and enthusiasm. 

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National Honor Society 

Membership in the National Honor Society is something of which to be proud. 
To become a member in this nation-wide organization one must rank high in four 
cardinal qualities: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. 

When a person is elected to membership, he is presented with a small gold pin in 
the shape of a keystone on which is engraved the torch of knowledge and the four 
significant letters: S. L. S. C. 

The charter was granted in 1925. 

SHORE MEMBERS 

Aitken, Irene ... .. '2 5 Kovacic, Goldie _. __.'2 8 

Brigleb, Carl '2 5 Luikart, Fordyce '28 

Kinney, Laura '26 Raeburn, Elizabeth ___'28 

Mann, Lillian . '26 Ahlman, Marian _ '29 

Aitken, Russell .. '27 Larick Helen ...'29 

Anderson, Kenneth '27 Morris, Chester '29 

Kovacic, Emily ....'27 Pfeil, Florence '29 

Schubert, Betty '27 Spencer, Helen '29 

Book, Harold .—'28 Vidugeris, Philomena '29 



Next! 

Significant word! It has meant something to every one of us. How well I remember one day 
being told, "May, you were only going to play tennis on Saturday afternoon, weren't you? Well, you'd 
better run into town and have that tooth taken out instead, I think." Of course Saturday dawned 
brilliantly, of course the courts were in perfect condition, of course the 2:3 3 train to town didn't have 
an accident, and of course the dentist hadn't died in the night. 

I sat down in the waiting-room, skimmed disgustedly over a two-years-old Literary Digest, and 
stared dejectedly out into the hot street, where a cat basked in a patch of sun and licked its paws 
lazily. Hollow tone echoed along the hall, a door banged, and the footsteps of a penitent, newly 
released from the torture-chamber, sounded outside and died away in the distance. "Next!" I got up, 
licked my tongue lovingly round my tooth, and tried to remember a hymn about guardian angels as I 
climbed into that dreadful chair. I wondered vaguely if guillotines had seats, as the dentist fiddled 
among his thumb-screws and things, smiling kindly at me. The hypocrite! 

Now he was coming. Heavens! Need he really stretch my mouth quite so wide? Wow! He 
speared my gum with his poisoned-arrow thing, and started to dig up my tooth. What a brute the man 
was! After a moment, the pain grew less. This wasn't so bad. I shut my eyes, and tried to remember 
that little twist of the wrist that made your service so deadly. It would be almost impossible to return 
a serve like that. Well, there would still be time to play after tea, if I caught the 4:10 train home. — ■ 
"Now then!" I washed out my mouth vigorously, stepped down a little stiffly, smiled more politely 
at the dentist, and walked down the hall. As I passed, I looked in at the waiting-room door, and 
glanced patronizingly at the luckless victim who sat thumbing the antique Literary Digest. Came in 
hollow tones behind me, "Next!" I smiled callously as I thought of the victim upstairs, and my 
spirits soared as I banged the door and sprinted down the street. May Pyle 



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Boys 9 Football Scpiad 



Eli Fox, Clifton Alger, Comb Fort! L. Case, Walter Green, Jack Gill, William Clymer (Manager) . 
Coach Earl M. Brose, George Schcerer, Arthur Gczann, William Winslow, Walter Test, Carl Testa, 

Chester Morris (Manager). 

Lynn Speidel, Scott Crampfon, Edgar Lauderbach, Ralph Thomas, Charles Schubert (Captain) , 

Werner Crozier, Robert Lowder, Lnduig Shally, Anton Vidrick. 



Football 

Coach Case and his grid warriors underwent a tough season last fall. After losing 
the first two games to Shaker and Euclid Central, the team upset the dope bucket by 
holding the big Green of Longwood to a scoreless tie. 

They soon lapsed back into the lose column, however, and finished the season by 
suffering defeats at the hands of West Commerce, Marshall, and Brush. The majority 
of these losses were by very decided margins. 

The Shore gridders, most of them green men and hopelessly outweighed, although 
fighting a losing battle, always kept the Old Shore spirit and fought hard for the 
Green and White until the final whistle sent them on their ways. 

Despite the defeats the school's athletics are on the up-grade, and Shore will un- 
doubtedly be heard from in the near future. One remarkable instance is the fact that 
not one of last year's football men is being graduated this year and so Coach will have 
a squad of veterans with which to work next year. 



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Captain Schubert '30 Halfback — 134 lbs. 

Smiling Little Chuck Schubert, playing 
his third year for the Green and White, 
gave all he had in his great task of leading 
a losing team. You could count on Chuck's 
being in the thick of every play. 




Shally '3 



Gezann '31 




Tackle— HO lbs. 



Shally filled his position with ease and 
came to be feared by the opposition. He 
will be back to play next year. 

Thomas '31 Quarter — -130 lbs. 

In Ralph, Shore had a very capable quar- 
terback. He passed, punted, and carried the 
ball, and his ability in directing the team 
was noted by many. 



Tackle— 167 lbs. 



Art loomed up as the main bulwark of 
the Green's forward wall. He seemed to 
take a peculiar delight in tearing huge holes 
in the enemy's line and in other ways as- 
tounding and depressing the opposition. 

Crozier '30 Halfback — 138 lbs. 

Hitting his stride late in the season, Wer- 
ner developed a style that will make him a 
valuable man next year. Besides being a 
competent defensive back, Werner passes 
and blocks well. 



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Fox '31 



Halfback— 110 lbs. 



Right now all Eli lacks of being a great gridder is about sixty pounds of 
brawn. All the other requirements he has; he is fast, gritty, and smart. 
Watch out for him in the seasons to come. 



Speidel '31 



Tackle— 150 lbs. 



When the call of the gridiron is sounded next year, expectant eyes will 
be turned upon Lynn. He served his apprenticeship in a fine manner last 
season, being especially adept in the art of place-kicking. 

Cook '31 Quarter — 115 lbs. 

The loss of Toots will be greatly felt by the Shore grid warriors in the 
coming season. He played a fast, smart brand of football last fall. 



Vidrick '3 



End — 140 lbs. 



With last season's experience back of him Tony should make a valuable 
wing man next year. His good work in the West Commerce game won for 
him a place in the hearts of his schoolmates. 

Lauderbach '31 Fullback — 142 lbs. 

Ed supplied us with most of last season's thrills. He was either on the 
tossing or receiving end of the season's successful passes. Besides featuring in 
the aerial game he is a good defensive man. His good work in the Longwood 
game will not soon be forgotten. 



Crampton '31 



Center — 150 lbs. 



Scott's work in the difficult position of center was commendable. His 
passing accuracy and consistency won for him the respect of his teammates 
and the admiration of the Shore rooters. 



Yeomans '30 



Tackle— 14S lbs. 



Bob Yeomans, after having bolstered up the Shore line for three seasons, has 
left us for the sunny South. Bob made his share of the tackles and looked 
good on the offensive. 

Lowder '31 Guard— 115 lbs. 

Fighting Bob Lowder was the only Shorite to gain All Conference recogni- 
tion. Bob's flashy defensive work and fighting spirit drew favorable comment 
in every fray. 



Test '30 



Babe held down his wing position in a fine manner last season 
make a name for himself in scholastic grid circles next fall. 



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Ralph Meyers, Kenneth Bending, Robert McCitlley, Coach lord L. Case, Hugh Miller, Wesley Bon nana, 

Carl Testa. 
Arthur Gezann (Manager) , Edgar Lauder bach, Scott Crampton, Frank Briccl, Walter Test, Robert Miller, 

Assistant Coach Earl M. Brose. 
Robert Lowdcr, Angelo I'arenti, Walter Kremm (Captain), Norman Powell, Richard Latonr. 



Boys 9 Basketball Squad 

Another season has passed and again Shore is on the bottom rung of the Greater 
Cleveland Conference championship ladder. Our hard cage season has, however, helped 
to develop some men of fine character and promote a sense of good sportsmanship that 
goes to build up the true Shore spirit. Coach Case and his charges worked hard 
throughout the season, always trying, always hopeful, always enthusiastic, but their 
best efforts were of no avail before the onslaughts of the powerful Conference quintets. 

Coach Case carried a squad of about twelve men, of whom the following received 
the varsity "S": Krem (Captain) c, Test rg, Miller lg, Bricel rf, Parenti If, Crampton 
lg, Powell If, Latour rf, Gezann mgr. 

Shore dropped the first five Conference games to Euclid Central, John Marshall, 
Shaker, West Commerce, and Longwood, but managed to close the season with a victory 
over Brush. Nevertheless, our cagcrs fared a little better in their independent tilts, 
beating Maple Heights, Euclid Central, Alumni, and Wickliffe while they dropped 
games to Cuyahoga Falls, and Kenmore. 

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Garnett Plan/:, Violet Rogers, Marie Willkomm, Esther Hill, Ann O'Donnell, Mary Bonnema. 

Jennie Mertek (Manager), Ruth Nason, Rachel Clements, Miss Esther Russell {Couch), Beatrice Hirsch, 

Marian Ahlman, Jeaiiricttc Coivin (Manager). 

Lucy Mathews, Dorothy Getler, Mildred Stein (Captain/. Kelly (Mascot), Florence Pfeil, Juanita 

Christopher, Josephine Kinkopf. 



Girls 9 Basketball Scquadl 

Coach Russell's girl cagers gained undisputed possession of the greater Cleveland 
Championship toga by running rough shod over all local opposition and trouncing the 
highly touted Catholic League Champs, Holy Name, in two games. Miss Russell's 
call for netmen was answered by a wealth of material in the lettermen Pfeil, Getler, 
Christopher, Mathews, and Stein, and several good new girls: Kinkopf, Ahlman, and 
Clements. 

The girls had no great difficulty in piling up a 52 point score against Maple Heights' 
26 markers in the opening game. 

In the second, Euclid Central felt the strength of the Green cagers in the form 
of a 23 to 11 defeat. 

The Rocky River maidens had to forfeit their game to Shore when part of their 
team got lost in the storm that raged that night. 

The return game with Maple Heights was a heart breaker for our netmen when 
the final gun found the two teams in a 22 to 22 deadlock. 

Stinging under the lash of the Heights game, the girls wrecked their vengeance 
on the Alumnae in the next fray. 

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Baseball 

The weather man has been winning most of the ball games this spring, and much 
rain has hindered Coach Case's work on the diamond. To date Shore has played two 
games. They beat the Alumni 11 to 2, and lost to Euclid Central by the score of 
5 to 8. A game with Brush was postponed on account of rain. 

With Capt. Gezann behind the plate, Bob Miller, Bricel, and Lauderback on the 
pitching staff (these men also work in the infield when not on the mound) H. Miller, 
Testa, Brigleb, Thomas, and Powell working in the infield, and Fox, Parenti, Wilms, 
Myers, and Test, in the outer garden, Coach Case has the makings of a ball club that 
can well hope to finish pretty near the top of the Lake Erie League standing. 

The games yet to be played are: 

April 26 Bedford at Shore 

May 3 Brush at Shore 

May 9 Shore at Brush 

May 10 Shore at Bedford 

May 17 Shore at Euclid Central 



Track 

Coach Case has a wealth of material out for track this spring. He carries a squad 
of about seventeen good men and is confident that they will pull through the season in 
much better form than the teams of the past few seasons. To date, his squad consists 
of the following men: Crozier, Duff, Gill, Herman, Louder, C. Morris, G. Morris, 
H. Miller, R. Miller, Kremm, Test, Parenti, Thomas, Schubert, Redden. 

Shore has, so far, run in only one of the scheduled meets, but their showing in 
this, a dual meet with Orange High, speaks well for the team. They defeated Orange 
by a 75 to 32 score. Bob Miller led the scoring in this meet with 12% points. 

The schedule is as follows: 

Shaker-Euclid Central-Shore at Shaker ____April 3 

Longwood-Euclid Central-Shore at Shore -May 2 

Brush-Shore at Shore... May 7 



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The Advertising Committee 

Philomena Vidugeris, Chairman 

Rachel Clements 

Josephine Kinkopf 

Reed Cample John 

Anton Kinkopf 

H. W. Spangler, Sponsor 

Who advertises all Shore's picture shows, dances, games, and entertainments? Who 
distributes a vast amount of advertising material throughout the community, and who 
is always on hand to sell and collect tickets? It is — the Advertising Committee. 

This committee meets regularly every Monday during the sixth period. They are 
no idlers, for they spend their time stamping posters and tickets, and planning their 
campaigns and advance sales of tickets. 

There will be three or four vacancies on the committee for next year. Applica- 
tions for these places are in order at any time. 

Needed: Two Sophomores and one junior who are willing to work. 

National Athletic Honor Society 

For those boys who have earned at least one letter in athletics and have been above 
the school average in scholarship there is reward in the National Athletic Honor 
Society. This association, up to date, includes the following members from our 



rhool: 



Eugene Fryan '27 Ralph Bonnema '29 

Harold Book '28 Walter Kremm '29 

Warren Borgsteadt '2 8 Charles Schubert '3 

Edmund Budnick '2 8 Robert Yeomans '3 

Elmer Kurrle '2 8 Chester Morris '29 

Frederic Watkins '2 8 Anton Vidrick '3 

Victor Zelle '2 8 Scott Crampton '31 

Robert Lowder '31 



The Sport Writer's Conception of How the Football Players Talk: 

Coach Case: All right, you grid warriors, I want to see some determined marches 
goal-ward in this afternoon's tussle. Toss the pigskin around a bit, and limber up for 
the oncoming tilt. 

Thau/as: I am going to check the onslaught of our powerful opponents, throwing 
them for countle:s losses. 

Schubert: Crashing off tackle and skirting the wings for numerous gains, I will 
baffle the Red Clad Warriors with my dazzling footwork. 

Louderbach: The vaunted aerial attack, from myself to Test, will account for more 
than one of the "Big Green's" markers. 

Gezann: I intend to loom up as a big Cog in Mentor Case's defensive machine, 
turning back play after play, and appearing to pop up from everywhere to down the 
enemy ball carrier. 

Etc., Etc., Etc. 

R. M. 

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OUR ADVERTISERS 

are Shore boosters. Remember them 'when making 
your purchases 



Frank Bern 

Boulevard Barbecue 

Boulevard Barber and Beauty Shoppe 

Bluem Boulevard Florist 

Boulevard Park 

Brooks Coal Company 

City Ice and Fuel 

J. B. Clark 

Clover Farm Stores 

Dille Road Lumber Co. 

The Dutch Mill 

Dyke School of Commerce 

East Shore Community Club 

C. R. Ely 

Euclid Cash Market 

Euclid Kiwanis Club 

Euclid Village Dry Cleaning 

M. L. Fisher 

Guenther's Art Galleries 

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Henn 

Herff-Jones Co. 

The Adam Hoffman Co. 

J. F. Holcomb and Co. 

Nick Joszt 

Johnson-Stowell Co. 

The Kibler Co. 

John Klaus 

J. F. Linnert 

Moss Drug Co. 



Jas. McElroy 

Moss Point Recreation Co. 

The Neal Fireproof Storage Co. 

The L. J. Neff Coal and Supply Co. 

Nottingham Savings and Banking Co. 

The Odell Construction Co. 

Ody's Confectionery 

Penn-Sylvana Oil and Gas Co. 

Henry F. Pfisterer 

Real Hardware Co. 

Reliable Jewelry 

Roberts Hardware Co. 

Harry H. Robinson, M.D. 

Rosebrook Motor Sales 

Schwartz Electric Co. 

Scoop Printers 

Shumaker Service Station 

H. W. Spangler 

Spencerian Commercial School 

Floyd B. Stein Inc. 

H. A. Sterkel Co. 

Stevenson Oil and Chemical Co. 

Edward H. Stanton 

Frank A. Thomas 

Trudy's Beauty Salon 

Tucker's Garage 

The Upson Walton Co. 

Wickliffe Lumber Co. 

Wissman Garage 



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Meetings: 
1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month 



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SHIP CHANDLERS 
Rising Dep't 
Sail Loft 



The Upson- Walton Company 



"Fada" and "RCA" Radio Sets 

DEPARTMENT AT 

738 Superior Ave., West 

( Perry-Payne Building ) 
Phone Main 7444 

JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS 

OUTBOARD BOATS 

BOAT OARS and PADDLES 

BOAT SUPPLIES 

Also at 1310 W. 11th St. 
WIRE and MANILA ROPE 



Makers of 

The complete line of — 

TACKLE BLOCKS (Wood and Steel) 

TURNBUCKLES and Fittings 

BRATTICE CLOTH for MINES 



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Appointed Photographer 

For the Graduating Class 

19 2 9 



Prank ISerri 



1632 Euclid Ave. 




MAin 2230 



Cleveland, Ohio 



Compliments of 

M. L. FISHER 

Justice of the Peace 



Compliments of 

C.R.ELY 

Mayor 



Frank A. Thomas 

and 
Associates 

CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS 

Euclid, Ohio 



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Roberts Hardware Co. 

" 676-682 East 18 5th St. 

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The Value of Knowledge lies in its Application 

It is not so much what we earn today as what we save today 
That determines our position tomorrow 




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Roselbrook 
Motor Sales 

REPOSSESSED CARS 

All Makes and Models 
Terms as Low as $5 Down 

810 E. 152nd Street 



CLOVER 
FARM STORES CO. 

23 900 Lake Shore Blvd. 
KEn. 0022 

MEATS -:- GROCERIES 

WE DELIVER 



Compliments 



I Moss Dreg Co. 



21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Quality - Courtesy - Service 



KEnmore 0935 



Res. 1(10 E. 219 St. KEnmore 0918-M \ 



Schwarz Electric Co. 

Electric Construction 

Wiring and Supplies 
High-Grade Line of Fixtures 

Corner of East 222nd St. and 

Lake Shore Blvd. 

G. E. SCHWARZ Cleveland, O. 



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Every month between two and 

three hundred firms ask for "IT". 

Drop us a line, or telephone for "IT". 



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Commerce — Accounts — Finance 
3201 Euclid Avenue - Prospect 4500 



Cleveland, Ohio 



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"For qualify and service." 

Euclid Village Dry Gleaning 
i Tailoring 

22040 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Men's suits made to order 

We specialize on remodeling 

and relining ladies and gents 

garments 

We are experts on furs 

We call for and deliver 



KEnmore 2767 



Compliments of 



Odell Construction Co. 

— Sewer Builders — » 



275 East 218th St. KEnmore 1293-.T 



Canfield Quality Products 
Complete Lubrication 

Courteous Service j 

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Sim makers Service Station 

685 East 185th St. 



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A country school hoard was visit- 
ing a school, and the principal was put- 
ting them thru their paces. 

"Who signed the Magna Charta, 
Robert?" he asked. 

"Please, sir, it wasn't me," whimp- 
ered the youngster. 

The teacher, in disgust, told him 
to take his seat. 

But an old country gentleman on 
the Board was not satisfied, so he said, 
"Call that boy back. I don't like his 
manner. I believe he did do it." 



Marg : I maintain that love making 
is just the same as it has always been. 

Martha : How do you know ? 

Marg: I just read about a Creek 
maiden who sat and listened to a lyre 
all night. 

Mary: I can't find a single pin 
anywhere. Where do you suppose they 
all go to ? 

jane: It's hard to tell, because 
they're pointed in one direction and 
headed in another. 



The Dille Road Lumber Company 

Lumber Specialties 



KEnmore 0502-0503 
Corner of Nottingham Rd. and Nickel Plate R. R. 



Shore High Graduate Fourth Member of 
Family to Attend Dyke School 

Just two years ago Alice Smith graduated from 
irHORE HIGH SCHOOL. Today she is secretary to 
the manager of the Smythe Building, with an in- 
teresting job and a promising future. Miss Smith 
attributes her success to the Dyke School, where 
she had her stenographic training. 

Three other members of Miss Smith's family 
had chosen Dyke School in which to prepare for 
business careers. Miss Smith is glad she followed the 
precedent they established. 
"There is no sliding over things at the Dyke School", Miss Smith explains. 
"They exact a fine discipline and create a business-like atmosphere, helpful in main- 
taining their high standards." 

Would not YOU, another SHORE HIGH graduate, be interested in learning 
more about Dyke School? Our new bulletin will be mailed upon request. 

DYKE 

SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 

1001 Huron Rd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 




Compliments 

of 

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Henn 



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Compliments of 

Guenther's 
Art Galleries 

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17448 Lake Shore Blvd. 

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"Just around the corner" from 
Euclid Beach, where the Shore 

I Girls' Basketball Team took 

I "time out" to eat. 



Prof: My talk today is going to 
be on Liars. How many of you have 
read the tenth chapter,? All hands went 
up. 

Prof: Good! You're the group I 
want to talk to, there is no tenth chap- 
ter. 

Senior: (over phone) Hello. Cen- 
tral. Want a date? 

Miss Central : Sure. 

Senior: So do T. Give me Main 
3-5-7-8. 



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TUCKER'S GARAGE 

Auto Repairs :: Batteries and Tires 
Towing Service 

*S3H« 

22301 Lake Shore Blvd., Opposite Bliss Rd. 

L. P. TUCKER KEnmcre 0373 



NICK JOSZT 

LIVE and HOME DRESSED 
POULTRY EVERY SATURDAY 

5 20 East 200th St. 
KENMORE 0838 



Compliments of 

Moss Point Recreation Co. 

BILLIARDS BOWLING 

ICE CREAM PARLOR 

Ladies Free Bowling 
Friday Afternoon 

220 54 Lake Shore Blvd. 



"It pays to look well." 



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and Beauty Parlor j 

22072 Lake Shore Blvd. j 

H. S. Winters Catherine Trickey | 



Beauty Parlor Hours 

9:30 to 5:30 or by appointment 

KEnmore 3343 



Graduation 

AND 

Congratulation 
Cards 



THE SCOOP PRINTERS 

814 East 152nd St. 



SMSs 




HERFF^ONES COMPANY 

Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers 



EARL J. BEHM 
Ohio Representative 



2556 East 83rd Street 
CEdar 2210 



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! J. R. Holcomb & Co. 

CARL R. DIETSCH 

ROBT. H. ADAMS 

I General School Supplies 



1518 St. Clair Avenue 
MAin 3732 Cleveland, Ohio 



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Six Stores in Greater Cleveland 



Serving 

FINE CANDIES 

ICE CREAM— TASTY PASTRIES 

Get it at Hoffman's 



To An Ancestor 

They lead me to the mantelpiece, 
And show to me your pictured face. 
"Why don't you try to copy him? - - 
He never got into disgrace". 

And then they leave me standing there; 
I stretch out all my five feet two, 
And reach up for your photograph, 
To get a closer look at you. 

O, did you never do things wrong? 
Get P's, and red marks, on your card? 
Or smash the kitchen window-pane 
When you played baseball in the yard? 

They say you never did these things, 
But yet, you know, I sometimes think. 
When they recount your virtuous ways 
I see you give a wicked wink. 

M. P. 



BOULEVARD PARK 

Homes and 
Homesites 



j Jolhitisoii^Stowdll Co.. 

I 21272 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Compliments of 



J. B. CLARK 



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58 E. 219 Street 
Office Phone KEnmore 1643 



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Beauty Salon 

220 5 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Gertrude Maeulen, Prop. 

Office Hours 
9 to 6 or by appointment 



KEn. 3468 



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STEVENSON OIL 

& CHEMICAL 

COMPANY 

EUCLID, OHIO 



FLOYD B. STEIN, Inc. 

Paving and Sidewalk Contractors 

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Steam and Domestic Coal of All Kinds 

YARD and OFFICE: 
BABBITT ROAD AND NICKEL PLATE R. R. 

We have a Coal for Every Need Let Us Take Care of You 



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Compliments 

Five Points Leading Jeweler 
RELIABLE JEWELRY 

EM Bieriikroiit 

950 East 152nd Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 

CASH— CREDIT 



EUCLID CASH MARKETS 

Choice Meats and Poultry 

16502 Euclid Ave. 

66 East 185th St. 

15522 Euclid Ave. 

13945 Euclid Ave. 

Stop 10 Euclid 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 

22102 Lake Shore Blvd. 



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Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, 
Glass and Builders' Hardware 



K^nm:re 0451 



729 East 185th St. 



JOHN KLAUS 

DELICATESSEN 

and 

CONFECTIONERY 



614 East 185th St. 



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J, F. Linnert 
DAIRY 



331 East 185th Street 
KEnmcre 0222 



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TBS UNIVERSAL CAR 

Edward A. Stanton 

^Authorized "Dealer 
CARS and TRUCKS 

20941 Euclid Ave. 



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SAVE WITH ICE 

The most economical refrigerant 

THE CITY ICE & FUEL 

Service Everywhere 



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GARAGE 

24200 Lake Shore Boulevard 



The Boulevard Florist 

J. BLUEM 

Flowers for All Occasions 



KEnmore 0725 



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| j WEDDING FLOWERS 

\ \ 22630 Lake Shore Blvd. KEnmore 0615 

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Compliments of 

Dr. Harry H. Robinson 

22050 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Suite No. 7 



ODY'S 

Confectionery 

TOBACCO : : SWEETS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



KEn. 3271 



KEn. 0935 



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21935 Lake Shore Blvd. 



S 9 Basketball (Continued) 

After easily defeating the Euclid Central girls for the second time, the Shore 
basketeers got their real test in the game with Holy Name, the Catholic league stars. 
These, however, were dispatched in the same easy style that the girls had shown all 
season. The final score was 2 8 to 11. 

Then came the climax when the girls' squad took a trip down State to meet the 
Wapakoneta girls, who held the strong claim to the state championship. The Wapa- 
konetas nosed out a 17 to IS victory to mar Shore's perfect, undefeated record. 

Shore girls were able to score 276 points against their opponents 127 points total. 
The girls' individual scores are as follows: 

Goals Fouls Total 

Florence Pfeil, Forward 42 12 96 

Dorotliy Getler, Center 37 10 84 

Juanita Christopher, Forward —.3 6 3 7 5 

Lucy Mathews, Guard — — 

Josephine Kinkopf, Guard — 

Mildred Stein, Guard _ — — 

Ruth Nason, Forward __ 2 4 

Marian Ahlman, Forward 6 5 17 

Rachel Clements, Guard - — — — 

Total .. 121 57 276 

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22009 Lake Shore Blvd. \ j 

KEnmore 0384 j j KEnmore 0082 KEnmore 0083 

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Local and Long Distance Moving 



Packing 



Shipping 



Phone for Estimate 



Storage 



East End Branch 
Cedar 1444 



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Kenmore 1025- J 



DINE AND DANCE 

at 

Dutch (Dill 

Stop 25, Euclid Ave. 
Wickliffe, Ohio 



No Sales! 

No Cut Prices! 

No Charge Accounts ! 

No Bunk of Any Kind! 

Kibler gives you the biggest value your money can buy 
— every day of the year — at the lowest possible price. 

Taking a small profit — giv- 
ing a big value — making 
many sales — Kibler offers 
you the opportunity to wear 
better clothes for less 
money. 

Compare ! 



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The Brooks Coal and Supply Go. \ 



DUSTLESS POCAHONTAS COAL 



920 East 200th Street 
'hrn Subway from St. Clair Ave. 



KEnmore 1050 



PAINTING 

Interior and Exterior 

Only Grade A Materials Used 

Prices Reasonable 

ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN 




Phone: KEnmore 1034-W 



KEnmore 0059 



JAS. McELROY 



Landscape Gardening 

Trees, Shrubs, Perennials for Sale — Flowers for All Occasions 
Cor. Lake Shore Blvd. 
and East 174th Street CLEVELAND. OHIO 



The Penn-Sylvana Oil & Gas Company 

3000 E. 55th Street 
Telephone Broadway 2920 and 2921 

Distributors of H Y V I S MOTOR OIL 



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Way Back When — 



Willy Goldfeder was covering Shore's athletic activities for The Cleveland News, 
and, incidently, Shore was in a habit of winning the majority of the said activities. 

One evening the members of the football team and their girl friends had convened, 
as was the custom in those days at the home of a young co-ed to celebrate the victory 
of the afternoon. Shore had beaten Valley City High in a very decided manner. 

Willy Goldfeder, as usual, was there with bells on. And as the evening wore on, 
it suddenly dawned upon William that he had forgotten to report the game to The 
News. In fact, he had not even remembered to get Valley City's line-up. What was he 
to do? 

You can be assured that there were suggestions enough; but the one that appealed 
to our young journalist's sense of humor the most was Hack McGrath's idea to put the 
Shore girls' names in the place of the conquered gridders. Well, that was not so bad, 
but Bill had to add his little contribution. And he did. 

The next day's papers caused no little concern among the Shore faculty circle 
when they read: 

Referee — Doutt 
Umpire — Swartz 
Headlinesman — Spangler. 

No one but Mr. Metts and Mr. William Abraham Goldfeder can tell what occurred 
in the office that next Monday morning. 



A country school board was visit- 
ing a school, and the principal was put- 
ting them thru their paces. 

"Who signed the Magna Charta, 
Robert?" he asked. 

"Please, sir, it wasn't me," whimp- 
ered the youngster. 

The teacher, in disgust, told him 
to take his seat. 

But an old country gentleman on 
the Board was not satisfied, so he said, 
"Call that boy hack. I don't like his 
manner. I believe he did do it." 



Marg : I maintain that love making 
is just the same as it has always been. 

Martha: How do you know? 

Marg: I just read about a Greek- 
maiden who sat and listened to a lyre 
all night. 



Mary: I can't find a single pin 
anywhere. Where do you suppose they 
all go to? 

Jane: It's hard to tell, because 
they're pointed in one direction and 
headed in another. 



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