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HORE 
ENIOR 
OUVENIR 



1933 



Shore 
Senior 



s 



ouvenir 



for 1933 



Published by 

The Senior Class 

of 

Shore High School 



• FOREWORD • 

The Senior class of 1933 issues this book 
with the hope that it will recall to memory 
pleasant associations and profitable exper- 
iences which we have had at Shore. If we 
shall accomplish this result, our efforts will 
not have been in vain. 



SOUVENIR 
• STAFF • 



June Babb 
Betty Hill 
Steve Haberle 
Hubert Marshall 



Inez Sifleet 
Wilma Stine 
Elizabeth Vidugerus 
Albert Watt 



Donald Woodard 
Bernadine Koman 
Miss Vernon — Literary Advisor 
Miss Mitchell — Business Advisor 



• • THE SHORE FACULTY • • 

Front Ron-: Miss Boucher, Eng.; Miss Darst, Com.; Miss Falberg, Eng., 
Mr. Metts, Principal; Miss Crone, Math.; Miss Rosenberger, Home Eco.; 
Miss Mitchell, Soc. Science. 

Second Ron': Miss Rehberg, Mus.; Miss Aingworth, Eng.; Miss Beving- 
ton, Mus. ; Miss Williams, Lat. ; Mr. Pohto, Mech. Draw.; Miss Vernon, 
Eng.; Miss Riddle, Com..- Miss Campbell, Eng. ; Mr. Phillips, Chem. 

Third Roiv: Mr. Oldt, Com.,- Miss Albrecht, Phys. Ed.; Mr. Beck, Mus. ; 
Mr. Richardson, Phys. Ed.; Mr. Case, Man. Tr.; Mr. Spangler, Science,- 
Miss Cockerill, French. 

Fourth Row: Mr. Swindler, Math.,- Miss Russell, Soc. Science,- Mr. 
Baumer, Dram.; Mr. Whiteside, Science. 



Officers of Class of February 1933 



s 

President Elizabeth Vidugeris i — 



Vice President Beatrice Cameron 

Secretary June Babb 

Treasurer Martha Plummer 

Officers of Class of June 1933 

President Hubert Marshall 

Vice President Florence Hermle 

Secretary Warren Miller 

Treasurer Robert Clarke 



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JUNE BABB 
Advertising Com 
mitting 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 3, 4 
Secretary 3; Asst 
Director 4 
Friendship Club 3, 
4; Porthole Staff 
3; Senior Year 
Book Staff 4; 
Leaders' Club 3, 
4; Vice Pres. 4; 
Secretary of Class 
4; Senior Play 4; 
Operetta 1, 2. 



ROBERT 

BROCKMAN 
Entered from 
Shaker Heights 
High School, 3 
Glee Club 2, 3 
Operetta, 2. 3 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 



ROSE 

BUKOVEC 

Glee Club 1 ; 
Friendship Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; Senior 
Plav 4. 



BEATRICE 
CAMERON 

Music Appreciation 
1, 2; Class Vice 
Pres. 2, 3, 4 
Camera Club 2, 3 
Porthole Staff 3 
Glee Club 3 
Operetta 3; Lead 
ers' Club 3, 4 
President 4 
Senior Play 4 
Friendship Club 3, 
4. 



RUTH COWIN 
Glee Club 1. 



MADELINE 

DA MI CO 
Entered from John 
Adams High 
School 2; Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 4. 



DOROTHY 

FRISSELL 
Class Treasurer 2, 
3 ; Leaders' Club 
3, 4; Student 
Councilor 4; 
Friendship Club 4; 
Shore Breezes 4. 



STEVE 

HABRELE 
Class Basket-ball 
3; Porthole Staff 
3; Senior Year 
Book Staff 4. 



EDWARD 

HARTMAN 
Class Secretary 3; 
Wrestling 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 4; Glee Club 
3. 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; Pres- 
ident 4. 



EUGENE 

HARWOOD 
Class Basket-ball 
1. 2. 3, 4; Stage 
Work. 



AL 

HENDERSON 
Glee Club 2, 3; 
Hi-Y. President 3; 
Porthole 3; Shore 
Breezes 2; Class 
President 3; 
Senior Play 4. 



BETTY 

HILL 
Entered from East 
High School 4; 
Friendship Club 
4 : Senior Year 
Book Staff 4. 



ZVONIMAR 
HRIBAR 
Vice President 
Class Secretary 
Wrestling 
Senior Play 4. 



EDWARD 

JEHLICKA 
Entered from 
Shaw High School 
3: Student Coun- 
cilor 4; Senior 
Play 4. 



EDWARD 

MASON 



DOROTHY 
McKEON 


DONALD 

MEISSNER 


LENORE 

MURPHY 


PAUL 

OLRICH 


MARTHA 

PLUMMER 


Entered from 
Shaw High School 
3; Student Coun- 
cilor 3, 4; Port- 
hole Staff 3 ; Shore 
Breezes 3. 


Shore Breezes 4; 
Operetta 1. 2. 


Glee Club 1; 
Leaders' Club 3, 
4; Shore Breezes 
4 : Student Coun- 
cilor 4. 


Entered from Col- 
linwood 4; Senior 
Play 4. 


Student Councilor 
2, 3; Friendship 
Club 3. 4; Port- 
hole 3; Class 
Treasurer 4; Salu- 
tatorian. 



ROBERT 
RATH 


JACK- 
SYLVESTER 


ELIZABETH 

VIDUGERIS 


VALERIA 
WILL 


HANS 

WINTER 


Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play 4. 


Music Appreciation 
1: Track 1; 
Wrestling 3; Hi- 
Y 3. 


Glee Club 1, 3: 

Class Treasurer 1, 
2; Class President 
3. 4; Operetta 3; 
Shore Breezes 3, 


Friendship Club 1 ; 
Shore Breezes 3. 


Entered from East 
High School 3; 
Class Vice Pres- 
ident 4: Porthole 
Staff 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. 



4; Porthole 3: 
Senior Year Book 
Staff 4; Friend- 
ship Club 4; Lead- 
ers' Club 4 ; Vale- 
dictorian. 



STEPHANTA 
ZUPANCIC 

Student Councilor 
3; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Senior Play 4. 



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LAURENCE 

BECK 
Band 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 
4. 



WILLIAM 

BOYEXCE 



JUNE BREYI.EY 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 
4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 
4; Friendship Club 
1. 2, 3. 4; Lead- 
ers' Club 3, 4; 
Business Manager 
Shore Breezes 3; 
Porthole Staff 3. 



CATHERINE 

BUESGHER 
Leaders' C(ub 3. 
4; Vice President 
3; Pres. Student 

Council 4; Oper- 
etta 2; Basket-ball 
Squad . 3 ; Shore 

Breezes 3, 4; Port- 
hole Staff 3. 



DWIGHT 

CKXTNER 



KING 

CHRISTOPHER 
Hand 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 3. 4. 



ROBERT 

CLARKE 
Football 4: Basket- 
hall 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Track 3 ; Student 
Council I, 2, 3; 
Class Treasurer 4 : 
National Athletic 
Honor Society 4; 
Vice President of 
Hi-Y 2. 



ALICE 

CONNOLLY 

E n t e r e d from 
Oregon 4; Secre- 
tary of Friendship 
Club 4; Glee Club 
4; Operetta 4. 



MAX1XE 

COOK 
Porthole Staff 3. 



MARNE 

CRAMPTO.X 

Student Council 1 ; 
Music Appreciation 

1, 2; Glee Club 1, 

2, 3, 4; Operetta 
1. 2. 3. 4; Friend- 
ship Chih 1. 2, 3, 
4; Vice Pres. 2, 
3; Sec'y 1; Pres- 
ident 4 ; Shore 
Breezes I. 2, 3, 4; 
Editor t: 
Baskethall 



Girls 

2, 3. 



BETTY DAVIES CHARLES 
Friendship Club 1. DOYLE. JR. 

2; Leaders' Club Glee Club 2; Op- 



3, 4. 



eretta 2; Student 
Council 2, 4. 



WILLIAM FON 
Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 
4; Football 3, 4. 



JOHN 

HENNING 

Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Football 3. 4; Glee 
Club 3. 4; Oper- 
etta 3. 4. 



FLOREXCE 

HERMLE 
Friendship Club 1, 
3. 4; Vice Pres- 
ident 4; Class 
Treasurer 2; Class 
Vice President 4; 
Basket-ball 1, 2. 3; 
Porthole Staff 
Shore Breezes 



3; 
3, 

Leaders' Club 
4. 



FRANK LI X 
JUDSON 

Hawken School 1, 
2; Shore Breezes 
3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Chair- 
man. Hall Guard 
Svstem 4. 



VIOLET KING 

Operetta 1, 2. 



DORIS KOEPP 

Shore Breezes 4. 



BERNADINE 
ROMAN 

Glee Club 1, 2, 
4; Operetta 1, 
3. 4; Lead 3, 
B a s k e t-ball 
Megaphone Club 
2; Shore Breezes 
4; Porthole Staff 
3; Senior Book 
Staff 4. 



3, 
2, 
4; 

3; 



CEDRIC 

KOONS 

Student Council 1 ; 
Baseball 2, 3. 4; 
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 
4; Band 1. 2. 3, 
4; Basketball 3. 4; 
Varsity "S" Club 
4. 



ALBERT LUCAS 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 
4 ; ' "Football ; 4 ; 
Basket-ball 3, 4. 



WILLIAM V 
. - MARESIC 
Operetta 3. 4. 






HUBERT 

MARSHALL 
Porthole Staff 3 ; 
Year Book Staff 
4 ; Class Vice 
President 3; Class 
President 4. 



HOWARD 

MAXWELL 
Operetta 2, 3. 



WARR EX- 
MILLER 

Student Council 
Class Secretary 4. 



RUTH ELLEN 

MOBERG 
Entered from 
Willoughby 3 ; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Adver- 
tising Committee 
4; Operetta 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 4; 
Friendship Club 3. 
4; President of 
Leaders' Club 4. 



GRACE 


STANLEY 




MARY NOLAN 


MOELLER 


NOCH 




Glee Club 1, 


Leaders' Club 3, 


Wrestling 3, 


4; 




4; Glee Club 3, 4; 


Stage Crew 2, 


3, 




Porthole Staff 3; 


4. 






Operetta 3, 4. 









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EUGENE OIF.ER 
Glee Club 2, 3. 4; 
Pres. 4; Operetta 
3, 4; Shore Breezes 
Staff 2. 



VIOLET OWEN 
Basketball 1, 2; 
Leaders' Club 3, 
4; Friendship Club 
4. 



CHARLES 

PAPOUSCHEK 
Entered from 
Fairview High, 
Dayton 4. 



JEANNE 

PHILLIPS 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Music Apprecia- 
tion 1, 2, 3 ; Lead- 
ers' Club 3, 4; 
Operetta 1, 2, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 
3, 4. 



DOROTHY 
POJE 

Friendship Club 4; 
Shore Breezes 4; 
Operetta. 



WALTER 

RUSSELL 
Entered from East 
High 3; Wrestling 
4. 



JANE SANBORN 


GEORGE 


LAVERNE 


INEZ SI FLEET 


MARIAN 


PETER 


Friendship Club 1 ; 


SCHEPLEY 


SELLERS 


Entered from 


SMITH 


FRANCIS 


Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 




Glee Club 1, 2 


; (Uenville 2; De- 


Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 


SOKACH 


4; Leads in Op- 




Operetta 1, 2. 


bating 3, 4; Art 


Operetta 2, 3, 4; 


Basket-ball Man- 


eretta 2, 3; Class 






Club 3; Senior 


Leaders' Club 3, 


ager 4; Stage 


Treasurer 3. 






Book Staff 4; 


4; Porthole 3; 


Work 1, 2, 3, 4; 








Leaders' Club 4; 


National High 


Accordion Soloist 








Vice President 


School Chorus 3: 


1. 2, 3, 4. 








Leaders' Club 4; 


Friendship Club 4; 










Kent State His- 


Band 4. 










tory Test 4th 












Place; Valedic- 







ALVIN SPATE 
Entered from 
Shaw 3. 



STANLEY 

SPEIDEL 
School sports re- 
porter for news- 
papers. 



WILMA STINE 
Entered from 
Mineola, N. Y. 2; 
Leaders' Club 3, 
4; Debating 3; 
Senior Year Book 
Staff 4; Salu- 
tatorian. 



ESMA 

STRAHOSKY 
Friendship Club 3, 
4; Debating 4. 



FRANK 

STRUNA 
Football 2. 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; 
Varsity "S" Club 
3, 4; National 
Athletic Honor So- 
ciety 4. 



ALEX TAYLOR 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3; Op- 
eretta 3; Student 
Council Secretary 
4; Orchestra 4. 



FRANCIS 
WALL 
Track 2. 3, 4; 
Student Council 3. 
4; Vice President 
4. 



JUNE E. 

WARDELL 
Maple Heights 1, 
2, 3. 



RICHARD 

WARDELL 
Maple Heights ! 
B a s k e t-ball 4 
Class Secretary 2 
Glee Club 4; Op 
eretta 4. 



ALBERT WATT 
Entered from 
Glenville 2; Class 
Secretary 3; Port- 
hole 3; Debating 
3, 4; Advertising 
Committee 4; 
Senior Year Book 
4. 



VIRGINIA 
WEIR 

St. Aujustine's 1, 
2; Lakewood High 
School 2 ; Mega- 
phone Club 3; 
Leaders' Club 3, 
4; Operetta 3, 4. 



DOROTHY 

WEILER 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Operetta 1, 2, 
3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2. 3, 4; 
Girls' Basket-ball 
3; Camera Club 1, 
2, 3; Girl Re- 
serves 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EXDSLEY 

WHITE 
Norman Junior 
College 1, 2; 
Heights High 
School 3. 



WALTER WILL 



HERBERT 
WOHLGEMUTH 
Track 1 ; Basket- 
ball 1, 2. 3; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsitv "S" Club 
1. 2, 3. 



DONALD 

WOODWARD 
Royal Oak High 
School 1, 2; Lans- 
ing Central 3; 
Year Book Staff 4. 



WITHOUT PHOTOGRAPHS 



ROBERT 

KARRICK 
Entered from 
Maywood. Illinois 
4. 



ARTHUR ELY 



MARY LOUISE 
HOFFMAN 
Springfield High 
School 1, 2, 3. 



ALICE PAYNE 



REGINA 

GRACIOUS 
Glee Club 1. 



HOWARD 

COVEN EY 



EDWARD 

WOOD 
Lakewood High 
School 1, 2; 
Carson- Long Mili- 
tary Academy 3 ; 
Wrestling 4. 



CHARLES 
ROEDER 

Mimeographer 1. 
2, 3, 4. 



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THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



' I ^HE Student Council, under the direction of Miss Falberg, has been an 
organization of true merit at Shore. Its accomplishments have been many. 
Prominent among them has been the institution of an effective hall guard sys- 
tem. The Council's Senior members are: 



Buescher, Catherine 
Doyle, Charles 
Frissell, Dorothy 
Hartman, Edward 



Jehlicka, Edward 
Judson, Franklin 
McKeon, Dorothy 
Taylor, Alex 



Wall, Francis 



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SHORE BREEZES 



OUR school newspaper, the Shore Breezes, is a four page mimeographed 
weekly, issued every Wednesday. Special six page editions are published 
every few weeks, with twelve page editions on such occasions as Hallowe'en, 
Christmas, and Graduation Week. 

The Breezes Staff is the first organization to start work in the fall, and 
the last to stop in the spring. It is the only large organization in school for 
which no definite school period is set aside. 

The Breezes stimulates school spirit, increases interest and enthusiasm 
for athletic events, and presents news and announcements in a snappy manner. 
The paper is generous in its praise and fair in its criticisms. 



The following Seniors are on the Breezes Staff: 

Editor-in-Chief Marne Crampton 

Art Editor . .Catherine Buescher 

Reporters Bernadine Koman 

Mimeographer Franklin Judson 

Typist Doris Koepp 

Advisor Miss Boucher 



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SENIOR BOOK STAFF 

THE Senior Book Staff is composed of students from both mid-year and 
June classes. Each of its members, under the capable faculty guidance 
of Miss Mitchell, business and photography, and Miss Vernon, literary 
work, has worked hai'd in editing and publishing Shore's first Senior Souvenir. 

Its members are: 



Betty Hill 
Elizabeth Vidugeris 
Steve Habrle 
Donald Woodard 
Albert Watt 



Hubert Marshall 
Inez Sifleet 
Bernadine Roman 
June Babb 
Wilma Stine 



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ORCHESTRA AND BAND 



T T NDER the able direction of Mr. Beck, seven Seniors help to make up the 
*— ' two largest musical organizations at Shore. The orchestra and band 
have rendered beautiful music, both to public and school. 

ORCHESTRA 

Laurence Beck clarinet 

Cedric Koons trumpet 

Alex Taylor clarinet 

King Christopher clarinet 

Robert Rath violin 

Madeline DaMico violin 

BAND 

Laurence Beck clarinet 

Cedric Koons trumpet 

Alex Taylor clarinet 

King Christopher clarinet 

Marion Smith cymbals 



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GLEE CLUB 

THE Girls' and Boys' Glee Club under the direction of Miss Barbara 
Rehberg has given to the school and to the public a number of good musical 
performances. 

Commencement Exercises, Gala Night, Band Concert, Christmas Carols, 
and the annual operetta, "Don Alonso's Treasure," were performed ably by 
these two musical organizations. 

Twelve senior girls and six senior boys help make up the Glee Clubs. 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



June Breyley 
Marne Crampton 
Bernadine Koman 
Ruth Ellen Moberg 
Grace Moeller 
Jeanne Phillips 



Jane Sanborn 
Marion Smith 
Dorothy Weiler 
Virginia Weir 
Alice Connolly 
June Babb 



BOYS' GLEE CLUB 



Arthur Ely 
John Henning 
William Maresic 



Eugene Oiler 
Richard Wardell 
Edward Hartman 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



THE Friendship Club is a branch of the Girl Reserves, and is the High 
School Y. W. C. A. Since being founded three years ago the club has 
accomplished much good work under the guidance of Miss Havens and Miss 
Campbell. The Senior members are: 



Elizabeth Vidugeris 
Dorothy Poje 
Rose Bukovic 
Violet Owen 
Martha Plummer 
Esma Strahosky 
Marion Smith 
Betty Hill 
Ruth Ellen Moberg 



Dorothy Weiler 
Alice Connolly 
Dorothy Frissell 
Beatrice Cameron 
Jeanne Phillips 
June Breyley 
Florence Hermele 
Marne Crampton 
June Babb 



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LEADERS' CLUB 



THIS organization, under the supervision of Miss Albrecht, is composed of 
the students in the girls' gym classes who aid in the work. The Seniors 
who are members are: 



Ruth Ellen Moberg 
June Breyley 
Beatrice Cameron 
June Babb 
Inez Sifleet 
Violet Owen 
Madeline DaMico 
Jeanne Phillips 
Dorothy Frissell 



Betty Davies 
Elizabeth Vidugeris 
Lenore Murphy 
Florence Hermele 
Rose Bukovic 
Wilma Stine 
Grace Moeller 
Virginia Weir 
Catherine Bueschei 



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FOOTBALL 



THE 1932 football season with Coach "Chump" Richardson directing the 
squad was the most successful of recent years. Shore finished in the 
runner-up position, second only to Shaker in the Eastern Conference. 
Shaker defeated Shore in the final game of the season for the championship. 

Bob Clarke — tackle, Bill Fox — guard, Ed Hartman — halfback, John 
Henning — guard, and Frank Struna — end, were the graduates who hung up 
their cleats for the last time at Shore. 

Here are the scores: 

Opponents Shore 

Willoughby 

John Marshall 8 

*Maple Heights 13 

*Central 6 33 

*Brush 6 25 

*Bedford , 21 

•Shaker Heights 28 

40 100 

*Eastern Conference games. Won 5. Lost 1. Tied 1. 



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BASKET-BALL 

UNDER Coach Case's able direction Shore finished in the runner-up posi- 
tion in the Eastern Conference. 

When Bob Clarke and Herb Wohlgemuth receive their diplomas, Shore 
will have graduated two of her best athletes of many years. Ces Koons, an- 
other first team member, proved his value in the latter part of the season. 

Al Lucas and Dick Wardell did fine work on the "B" team. 

Bob Clarke played center, Herb Wohlgemuth, guard, and Ces Koons, 
forward. 

Coach Case developed a great scoring combine averaging over 32 points 
per game over a hard schedule of 15 games. 

Opponents Shore 

•Nash Prep 7 81 

Brush 13 27 

Central 15 32 

Maple Heights 19 37 

Bedford 35 27 

Shaker 22 28 

Brush 11 41 

Central 12 28 

•Cathedral Latin 21 28 

Maple Heights 26 33 

Bedford 15 29 

Shaker 20 14 

•Willoughby 15 21 

•Garfield Heights 37 39 

*Holy Name 28 21 

297 484 

•Non-conference games. Won 12. Lost 3. 

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WRESTLING 

WITH Mr. Pohto again in charge, the 1932-33 wrestling season was a 
decided success. In the Greater Clevelnd Wrestling Contest, Shore was 
tied for first place with John Hay, having been beaten by that school in a 
meet, but leading the conference in points. 

John Henning 145 pd. class, Edward Hartman 130 pd. class, William Fox 
155 pd. class and Frank Struna 165 pd. class were the only senior lettermen 
who reported to Mr. Pohto at the beginning of the season. 

Walter Russell 130 pd. class and Edward Wood 135 pd. class, both new- 
comers on the team, received letters for good work. Captain William Fox 
received a silver medal in the City Tournament and John Hanning received a 
ribbon for third place. 

The following is Shore's summary of meets: 

Shore: Opponents : 

23 Cuyahoga Falls 14 

26 Garfield Heights 15 

■14 Collinwood 

22 Euclid Central * 10 

47 Mayfkld 

12 John Hay 17 

28 University School 7 

202 63 



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(Key on page 29) 



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ffiaat Will attin Seatameni 

, the Mid-year (Mass of 1933 of Shore High School being of sound mind and 
body, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. 

3Ftrat — We leave all of our books, papers, and other such trash to anybody 
interested. 

&Pnin2) — We appoint Miss Williams as executor of our last will and testament. 

uHiirb— 

June Babb leaves her girlish figure to Eileen Koepp. 

Bob Brockman leave his memories in the office to anyone who wants them. 

Ruth Cowin leaves her height to Clyde Steele. 

Al Henderson leaves his ability to Anna Hrovat. 

Bettie Hill leaves her jollincss to all incoming "Freshies". 

Paul Olrich leaves his quietness to Lawrence Beck. 

Dorothy Frissell leaves her quietness to Doris Weir. 

Steve Habrle leaves his shorthand books to Miss Darst. 

Beatrice Cameron leaves her French papers to Miss Cockerill. 

Ed Hartman leaves his wrestling ability to Norman Gerner. 

Rose Bukovec leaves her typing ability to all the Shore Breezes typists. 

Zvonimar Hribar leaves his car to all pupils who have to walk to school.' 

Madelaine DaMico leaves her musical ability to all beginners. 

Edward Jehlicka leaves his ability to speak French to all future French 
students. 

Dorothy McKeon gladly leaves all her books to her teachers. 

Edward Mason is just glad to leave the school. 

Lenore Murphy leaves her height to Dick Finan. 

Donald Meissner leaves his art ability to all future cartoonists. 

Martha Plummer leaves her Latin books to her sister. 

Robert Rath leaves his acting ability in the Senior Play to all future Seniors. 

Elizabeth Yidugeris leaves her knowledge to James Coolidge. 

Jack Sylvester leaves his toothpicks strewn everywhere. 

Valeria Will leaves a few inches to Florence Felker. 

Hans Winter leaves his playful antics to all the teachers as a remembrance. 

Stcphania Zupancic leaves her cashier's ability to future cashiers. 

Gene Harwood leaves his journalism book to Mr. Baumer. 

Signed, sealed, and declared as and for their last will and testament, by 
the above named testators, in our presence, at their request, and in their pres- 
ence, and the presence of each other. 

Harnry (Snonlr 
(Stwgr Maaljington 

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We, the Senior class of 1933, by employing* such measures as the recall, 
recount, referendum, and other such political red tape ceremonies, hope to 
convince the general unthinking public, that our class is of sane mind. 

On this month, day, year, hour, and other unnecessary items — we do 
wisely or otherwisely bequeath our inconsequent idiosyncrasies to the un- 
fortunate undergraduates and fellow successors. May the beneficiaries 
prosper. 

Catherine Buesehcr bequeaths her personality to the school board. 

Charles Papouschek has a hidden motive for willing his sprinting ability to 
the detention committee. 

Howard Maxwell leaves "the last drop" to the freshies. 

Marne Crampton bequeaths her woman's intuition to Mr. Baumer. 

Florence Hermle leaves her athletic ability to Betty Ann Camplejohn. 

Walter Will, in his unusual state of mind, hereby leaves Shore High where 
it has stood since erection. 

LaVerne Sellers — her lipstick to the stage crew for better scenery. 

June Brevley — her linguistic ability to Ray Shaughnesey. 

Dorothy Poje wills her art of vamping to Virginia Pierson. 

Mary Nolan leaves her smile in dark corners. 

Franklin Judson — his correspondence course on How to Detect Fake Hall 
Passes to all blundering guards. (God bless 'em.) 

Endsley White bequeaths his southern drawl to Milton Wolfe. 

Cedric Koons — his trumpet to study hall teachers for playing reveille. 

Alex Taylor wills his scientific thinking to Don Dixon. 

William Fox — his toe hold to Jimmie Fowler. 

Francis Wall — his purple tie to Mr. Whiteside. 

Inez Sifleet — her history knowledge to Robinson. 

Ruth Ellen Moberg — her long hair to Jane Hoffman. 

Al Lucas bequeaths his Ford to the Smithsonian Institute. 

Howard Coveney leaves his stature to Richard Weinshrieder. 

Chuck Roeder bequeaths his toothpicks, matches, etc., to underfed sophs. 

Stanley Noch — his permanent wave to Everett Pepin. 

Mary Louise Hoffman is willing to leave her blonde wig to all girls who 
think their boy friends prefer blondes. 

Don Woodard disposes of his beard and Barbasol to Bud Keller. 

I, Bill Boyance, do by this act, give full possession of *-my complexion to the 
Palmolive Soap Company. 

Hubert Marshall parts with his amalgamated expressions in favor of future 
Shore politicians. 

Marian Smith — her leopard skin dress to Tarzan of the Apes. 

Dick Wardell — his good looks and unsurpassed intelligence to Harry Oberst. 

King Christopher — his clarinet to the physics class for sound experiments. 

George Schepley bequeaths his hair for a barber's nightmare. 

Dorothy Weiler hasn't made up her mind yet. 

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After much pressure had been brought to bear, Alvin Spate finally consented 

to give his boldness to Doris Weir, in case her efficiency as a sculptor 

becomes threatened. 
Lawrence Beck will keep his hatred for women, so what can we do about it? 
Doris Koepp leaves her quietness to James Palko. 

Walter Russell wills his French book to Mr. Stray to start the furnace with. 
Gene Oiler bequeaths his wise cracks to anyone who can stand the strain. 
Betty Davies regretfully leaves Midge Easterling. 
Violet King does hereby will her modulated voice to Ed Pergler. 
Frank Struna leaves his "line" to some poor fish. 

Jean Phillips is willing to give up anything that she has, — that is, except . . . 
Esma Strahosky leaves W. B. to designing females. 
Al Watt throws "de-bait" into Lake Erie. 
William Maresic — his bass voice to Mr. Beck. 
Maxine Cook leaves her typewriter to the office. 

Warren Miller wills his love for the light fantastic to Dale Winslow. 
Ed Wood leaves his military coat to the C. M. T. C. 
Jane Sanborn — her nimble feet to Clyde Steele. 
Virginia Weir says she hasn't anything anybody would want, but if she had 

she would leave it to Ed Sutorius. 
Bernadine Koman, after much hesitation, kindly consents to will her "roles" 

to Greta Garbo. 
Dwight Centner wills his blush to anyone who wants it. He doesn't ! 
Violet Owen does hereby bequeath a freckle to Bob Yochum. 
June Wardell — her sisterly love (for Dick) to Eleanor Keller. 
Wilma Stine wills her high grade getting ability to anyone who will work 

for it. 
Alice Connolly — a few pounds to bolster up the English mint. 
Bob Karrick wills his bashfulness to Bob Wall. 
Grace Moeller bequeaths her blond hair to Marie Zweirlein. 
Herbert Wohlgemuth — his villainous instincts to the auditorium stage. 
John Hennine leaves his chest measurement to Dan Amadick. 



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Second Witness — Hugo 

Testators — Albert Watt 

Donald Woodard 



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Good Morning — Francis Wall 
Hug Me Tight — Mary Nolan 
Curly Head — Jeanne Phillips 
How Are You? — Violet King 
There's No Room For You — Esma 

Strahosky 
Look Sweet ! — LaVerne Sellers 
Young Diogenes — Wilma Stine 
I Don't See The Birdie — Violet Owen 
Love Me, Love My Cat — Marion 

Smith 
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Dorothy Weiler 
This Hot Weather !— King Christo- 
pher 

Come Stroll With Me— Ruth Ellen 
Moberg 

Who Are You? — June Breyley 

Me And My Pal — Bernadine Roman 

Please Come In — Dorothv Frissell 



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