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5 1968 SHUTTLE SHAW HIGH SCHOOL EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO

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7 FACULTY 18 CLASSES 38 ATHLETICS 94 ACTIVITIES 126 SENIOR INDEX 172 3

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23 19 FACULTY

24 DONALD L. DREBUS Principal WAYNE C. BLOUGH Superintendent N. F. LEIST Assistant Superintendent LOUIS CHULICK Assistant Principal RUDY LIBERTINI Assistant Principal 20

25 MARGERY SHIELDS Dean of Girls MARION CHILDS Guidance Counselor PHILIP WORCESTER Head Counselor MEDICAL STAFF-Sally Elliott, R.., School 1.D., School Physician; Linda T. Schneider, urse, Shaw; Richard B. Schenk, l. D. Medical Director RICHARD VLAH Guidance Counselor 21

26 SHAW SECRETARIES-Front Row: H. Parsh, E. Collins, 1. McLaren, K. Kundmiller. Second Row: D. Yaxley, C. Barstow, L. Lossing, H. Leibert. BOARD SECRETARIES-Front Row: N. Fleming, S. Grant, J. Richardson. Second Row: D. Powell, C. Black, L. Missbach, J. Fischer, D. Klein, M. Repasi, D. Mahon, M. Conner. KORB CUSTODIA S-B. Majcher, C. Klym, C. Westterfield, C. Page, D. Dvito. 22

27 LOUISE WALES Director of Cafeterias CASHIERS- B. Criner, B. Murray, E. Fort CAFETERIA STAFF-Front Row: M. Crawford, A. Debelak, H. Kenehan, A. Paugh, T. Quandt, G. Gallitto, H. 1eyers. Second Row: M. Irwin, M. Sherry, A. Pershing, E. Wilson, D Gonder, L. Fox, B. Griner, E. Fort, B. Murray, L. Wales SHAW CUSTODIA S-Front Row: H. Barbey, S. Pollina, F. DiBlaiso, F. Margotti. Second Row: H. Sterba, Head Custodian; E. \V bb, R. Robinson, J. Silveroli. Not Pictured : E. Cecerre 23

28 Gail Arnoff English Vida Augulis Mathemati cs Judith Barrett English Carol Becker English Iris Bishop English Lynne Blankenbuehler English Bryce Browning Art 24

29 Lucille Cain Mathemati cs Paul Burton Psychology, Athletic Director Guidance Coun elor Harriet Carpenter Clothing \Vayne Caroff Mathemati cs Coordin,1tor Robert Cipiti Biology forgot Cohen French 25

30 Daniel Colnon Indu ;trial Arts. Head Sharen Crumbacher English, Publications Della Ector Home Ecoonmics Roberta P. DePrisco llead Librarian Ronald Dolin ky Mathematics Dixie Franklin Physical Education (Gym) 26. Robert Fraser Band, Orch estra Director of Music, T. V.

31 Kenneth Feiock Physiology, Biology Miriam Folmer Business Education Richard Fort Health, Phy,. Ed., Social ' tudk, Selma Gamble General Science Zacharia~ Claros French Paul Hammcr Busines Education Head chool Trea urer 27 \Villiam Goon Busine~s Education

32 John Hicks Social Studic William Herbert Biology Daniel Horrigan Bu~ine,, Education Ruth Honess Vocal Music Francine Kane Art Ronald Jones Mathematics Timothy Karda Industrial Arts 28

33 Kenneth Kessler Mathematic.:s William Kendall Chemi try, General Science Judith Kirman English Herbert Klauss German Paul Ko tan ek Engli h Larry Lako Biology 29

34 William C. Lange Science Coordinator Laura Lauridsen Business Education Barry Lefkowitz Business Education Robert Loui Business Education Lella Loftus English Albert Martin English, Play Production Auleene McElfresh Home Economics 30

35 Charle, \V. ~fcfarland Physics, General Science Hubert 11cI'!eill American Hhtory Sud al E,ul Mc dlly rudi es, Student Cmm c1l Nom1a.n McVicker Physical Education Coordinator Ardis Millikan Speeial (Hearing Impaired ) Lily Molho ~fodem Language Coordinator Ayleen lurley English, Senior dvisor 31

36 Alice Mo s Engli.h LaVern Oleksiak English Ruby Olson English Carole Papa Physical Education ( winuninp;) Eleanor Pavey Bu "iness Education, Guidance Counselor.. Donald Pfeiffer. Engli 11 Barbara Randle Intern Librarian 32

37 Robert Rateno Industrial Arts Cassil Reynard Latin Joseph Riccardi ~[arching Band, Orche tra Sally Rosenfield Mathematics Patricia H.osul English Andrew Sako Socinl Studies Karen chenkel Physical Educatiuu Ileallh, "" /.( 33

38 Roger Schnoke Social Slu<lie~ Joyce Simmelink English Edith Seidman Chemistry James Sivard 'ocinl Studies, Head Cnrolyn Smith Spani Ii iel Skinner Physical Education (Swimming) Pool Director 34

39 Mandell Sperling English, Audio-Visual T.V. Director, 1st Sem. Mary Jane Stebbins English John Swann Incl us trial Art Richard Sterba Mathematics Thomas Tent>rovich English Barry weet Engli h, peecl1 Albt 1t Thornson Special (Slow I.f'arner,) 35

40 Richard Utas Industrial Arts 'asuel Tillman Physical Education C orge E. Todd Eugli~la Depm-um:nt Head I Jan VanGalen German Judy Uram English Paul Vaccariello Social Studies lnta Varna Bu iness Education 36

41 Stuart Wallack Social Studic~ Dennis \\'ondral llu,ine,s Education William Wilkimon Social Studies Darryl \\' right lathematic S} Ida Wy~ocki pani h 37

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44 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS CHRISTINE HILL Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM APLIN President BRUCE WESTCOTI Vice-President 40

45 JENNIFER ADAMS MARGARET ADAMS MARY ADAMS JAMES ALAIMO RICHARD ALAIMO SAL ALAIMO ROBERT ALLEN PATRICIA ALSTON RICHARD ALVAREZ MICHAEL ANDERSON JACQUELYN E ANDRE\ S PENNY ANDREWS 41

46 WILLIA~t APLI 1 PAULA ARXOLD PATRICIA ARTIM HENRY ATWATER DOROTHY AUSTI MADELINE BAGNATO THOMAS BAILEY MARY BAIRD DANIEL BANNING SUSAN BARTSCH NEA '!WOOD BELL WILLIAM BERENS JOHN BEUKEMAN JOHN BEVACQUA ALEXA DER BEVAN FRED BIZZELL LARRY BLEVI S STEPHEN BLOSSOM 42

47 BRUCE BLYTilING PATRICIA BOOTH BRUCE BORCZIAK HELE E BRADLEY MARY BRASS HE 'RY BRIDGEWATER PATRICIA BROCKMYER ROBERT BROCKMYER ROBERT BROWN SHERRY BROWN THOMAS BROWN ILE~E BUCHHOLTZ 43

48 WILLIAM BUNKLEY MARVIN BURGE PAUL BURGESS JOHN BURKE SELENA BURROUGHS SHARON BURROWS VITA CAMMARATA JILL CAMPBELL RAYMOND CANNAVINO PEGGY CARROLL LOUISE CASTELLANO GEORGE E CASTLE HOLLY CAUFIELD LEAH CHISL TON \ CATHIE CHRISTIE JOYCE CLA CY MARILYN CLARK SA DRA CLARK 44

49 WILLIAM COTHEY ERNEST COFFEY DONALD CONAWAY FRA CINE COOK PATRICK COONEY BEVERLY COOPER JON COURTNEY ULYSSES CRAWFORD E ELYN CRENSHAW CAROLY CROMARTIE CARLEY CA DICE CURSCIIMAN CUMBERWORTH 45

50 SALLY CUSICK CONRAD D'ASTOLFO JAMES DEBEVEC JOHN DE FOREST VETREL DE GRAPHENREED JAMES DI PETTA GERALD DODSON JAMES DONOVAN JAMES DORAN SUSAN DOUGLASS CATHY DREIFORT GAIL EANES JOSEPH ECKEL JOSEPH EDWARDS CAROL EVANS LAURA F ANSLAU DIA E FARMER NANCY FLAGG 46

51 LAUREN FORD DONNA FORDYCE KEN FOREST ALL ROBERT FOX JAMES FRAME REINI FRIEBERTSHAUSER LINDA FRYE MARILYN GALAMBUSH ELAINE GALLITTO LAURA CAREL CAROLY GEPHART GEORGE GILLIAM 47

52 BURRELL GIPSON LINDA GIPSON GLORIA GLOVER LINDA GLOVER DIANE GOODWIN MARION GOTTRO SHARON GOUGER CATHER! E GRANT JAMES GRANT WILLIAM GRAVES SCOIT GRAY DEBORAH GREE STUART GREENBLAIT THOMAS GREGGS SHIRLEY GULLATT TO Y GUNDER GOLDIE GUN JACK GUNSCH 48

53 CAROLYN CUZICK ALAN HAAG KATHLEEN HAGEMAN 0 KAREN HAINES PATRICIA HALL THOMAS HANN CECILIA HARDING JUDY HARRIS JOHN HARRISON MOFFIT HARTLEY GERRY HARTORY CHRISTINE HILL 49

54 JERELENE HILL DEBORAH HOLZHEIMER CY THIA HOOPER DARYL HOPES VELMA HOP.KINS JACQUELINE HOTES SUE HRUSKA THOMAS HUMPHREYS GARY JACKSON JACQUELYN JACKSON LESLIE JACOBS RITA JA MEY JOANN JOHNSON SHEILA JOHNSON GARY JONES GERTRUDE JONES LARRY JONES STERLIE JONES 50

55 RICHARD JORDAN FRANK KEEHL MARILYN KELLEHER SANDRA KEMERER GERALD KIDD CHRISTINE KING OTTO KLEI HENZ LIAN KILMOWSKI JAMES KNAGGS JEFFREY KNOX NELSON KOCH FRED KRAMER 51

56 WILLIAM KRUG JOHN KRUPA JEFF KULL JO ANN KUNDMILLER RENEE LA FRANCE JOHN LALLY MARIE LANESE DENNIS LANN ROSE LAPIN DEBORAH LARGENT SUSAN LAUFFER HARRY LEICHNER HARRISON LENYARD JAf..lES LEVERE Z MARCIA LINAMEN SHERRY LISSE CHARLENE LITTLEPAGE LILLIA LJUBOYA 52

57 RACHEL LONG MARILYN LONGWELL JOHN LOSSING ANNE LUCAS LOIS LUCKEY CLAUDE LUZIER LARRY LYLES GALETIIA LY ' CH MARGARET LYNETTE DOROTHY LYNN SHAR fai E MALLORY JANET MANN 53

58 DEBORAH MARCOVY PRENTIS MARCUM MARY MARI 0 BETH MARNIE CATHERINE MARSCHALL ADELENA MARSHALL PATRICIA MARSHALL CAROL MASTROBUONO RANDY MATES CHESTER MATTOCKS TERRANCE McCURDY KAREN McDOUGLE STEPHEN McKAY ARTHUR McKELTON SALLY McMILLAN GENEVIEVE MERRITT PAUL MEYER DENNIS MONTGOMERY 54

59 HELEN MONTGOMERY JOH NIE MAE MOORE DAVID MOWRY JANET NASH BARBARA NAYLOR JERRY NERO JACK NESSER KARYL NEUBAUER LI DA NEWMAN ROGER NISSEN ELIZABETH O'BRYAN ANDRA OLIVER 55

60 DAVID O'NEIL TERRY O'NEIL LI DA OVERTON GREGORY PALEY RICHARD PALMER TIMOTHY PARNALL DIANE PATTIE NANCY PEARSE TIM PERKINS LARRY PERRY ROBIN PETERS DAVID PETRIE SANDRA PHIPPS JAMES PIGNATORE ROBERT PINKNEY SHERRY PIVODA MYRTLE POLK SUSAN POSATIERE 56

61 DOUGLAS POWERS JOHN PROKOP JOAN E PSIHOUNTAS SUSAN QUIMBY DREWNETTE RABY JAMES RAE DIANE RANDLES BARRIE REARDON CHRISTA RETSCH FRANK RHY AND GREGORY RICKETT CHESTER ROSE 57

62 EDWARD ROSE BRIAN ROSS MARY ROTHAERMEL LINDA ROWAN JAMES RUBERTINO DONN RUDY DO A SAMSON MICHELLE SAVI 0 DENISE SA WYER JOHN SAYRE VIRGINIA SCAFFIDE MICHELLE SCHOBEL MARGARET SCHOFIELD LEE SCHROYER KATHLEE SCHUFF CHARLES SCHULTZ JOYCE SCHULTZ STUART SHUYLER 58

63 WAYNE SEAMAN AUDRO E SEMETA CHARLES SHANTERY BRIAN SHAW A SHELTON ANN SHRADER HERBERT SIMPKINS J A E SINCLAIR JANE DUNLAP SIRBELLO MARIA SKUPNIEWSKI TERESA SKUPNIEWSKI BARBARA SMITH 59

64 JOHN SMITH LINDA SMITH JAMES SOEDER LAWRENCE SOKOL VINCENT SOWELL BARRY STEELE LINDA STEPIEN BONNIE STEVE SON ROBERT STEW ART SAU DRA STEWART CHRISTOPHER STO ER RICHARD SUSZTER STEVEN SUSZTER WILLIAM SWEARINGEN ELIZABETH TABOR MARGARET TA KO CAROL TERTULLIA 0 JOHN THOMAS 60

65 GEORGE THOMPSON LAZLO TOMASCHEK RICHARD TROLL CHRISTI E TROYCHAK JOHN UBBINK KATHY VICHOS WANDA VINCH JANET VOGT MARY ANN VOi OVICH ROY WADE TED WALSH TIMOTHY WALSH 61

66 MATTIE WALTON JAMES WARDLE SHERRY WARNACK MICHAEL WATLINGTON ROSA WAY THOMAS WEIGEL EDITH WEINRICH GEORGE WELTHER A CY WERT CYNTIUA WESLEY BRUCE WESTCOTT HAROLD WHETZEL GLORIA WHISENANT DOROTHY WHITE PRISCILLA WHITE ALICE WIIITEHEAD JACKIE WHITFIELD JOHN WHITFIELD 62

67 TERRY WICKLINE LARRY WIGGINS BERNICE WILLIAMS ETHEL WILLIAMS JESSIE WILLIAMS JOYCE WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLIAMS BARBARA WILSO STEPHE WINKLER WIEGA 1 D WISH 'ER JOH WITIENMYER ANN WOOTEN SHIRLEY YELOUSHA ' RO 1 NIE YOU 1 G RICHARD ZELLER 63

68 JUNIORS The juniors return to school as uppcrcla men, neither facing the fears of adjusting to a new school nor the anxieties of anticipation for the future. The junior year, one of the most important in a student's high school career, offers many challenges and privileges to the juniors. Colleges and careers arc examined, and many Saturday mornings are pent taking achievement tests. The coming of class rings marks the end of the junior year, and the juniors eag rly look forward to the prestige of their final year of high school. Kathy Akiya Carmella Albanese George lien Judy AlJen Shirley Almore Lannie Abton HatYC)' And<'rson klella Ander,on Tim Anderson Debby Arn Brenda Asbury Alicia Ashford James Ashford el~on Ault Joyce Baker 1ary Balaney Patricia Baldwin Yvonne Barrett fary Ellen Barton Brad Bea ley Richard Beckenhauer Anthony Benvenuto Mike Bezeredi l\1argard Billington Renee Blair Gerald Blakelv Barbara Blur{t Sheryl BookC'r Jim Brandt Sarti Brittain Margaret Brooks T,011 Broughton Don Brown Jacqueline Brown Jean Brown Patricia Brown Robert Brown Albert Brumfield Jerome Bryant George BurdettP, Jr. Be\'erly Bur,t teve Butlt'r

69 Danny Byrnes '\'elda Cabot Toni Cala. :mry C:ili John Cardinal M1uy Cmpc11ll'r Mel:lnle Carter Tina l'.;artpr Jeff Caulfickl Kathleen Ce1.:h \Tkki<' r.h.,hr. nd Ede.lie:. Ch1Slton Deni e Cindric Jerry Clampitt Dehbie Clark 1 ike Com pr Vicki Coiucr Elhc Colcmnn Rita Collins Jack Conaway Regina Crn111cUy Cyuthia Cook Betty Cooper nn CrPPd Robert Cromartie Stephanie Cross William Crysler Tom Cummins Debbie Cunningh,un James Cypher Charlean Dancey t,;1(-,,n Dmtiely Janie Uauchy 1\fargir na111l Cornehm Dn,i~bon I,nrrv Da\'itl,on usan Davis Dave Deard n Pat Dt>F'ort>,t Roh rt Dcrn1h harou Dcuni:,.\lnrtha Derry Bobbie Dill J.1 kie Dillard Janel D011uvun Barry Downs J.mr I )11nr;111,Ii/ford Du1111

70 Alan Dyczewski Nick Dziorncy Bl'lh Easton Kathie Eggers Denbe Ehrbar Linda Elkins ~Iichele Emchick Paul Engel Lynn Evan \\'ayne Farrow lichele Fedel! Rebecca Fields Gerald Fitzpatrick David Fleming Nick Fotinos Janet Franci Terry Freeman Ann Fritz Joan Fuhry Pat Funari William Galland Dean Gcrbrick Janice Gennaine Tom Gest Marshall Gilan Thomas Gilmore Pamela Gip on Pre ton Glover, Jr. Cleophia Gravely Charles Gray Brenda Griffey Pat Grimes Cail Gros man Paula Guy Jeffrey Hall Linda Hall Jim Hallo John Hamila Don Hanawalt Tim Hanlon Elaine Hantak David Hardin Sandy Hargrove Jerome Harris Leagrady Harris Lionel Harris Mack Harris Joe Hart

71 Sue!lo.rt Joe HP.irnnn Mark Ht:i,lcr Lloyd Henderson Elie flenkrl Judy Hi,gh Baruurn Hillwig Debbie Holly Dorothy Holmes Patty Holmes Linda Hope Melvin Hope ChristinP. Horvath Steve Hou~eworth Slephanie Ilowarcl Marilyn Howe Linda Howell Tim Howell Mury ou Hudak F.len.nora Huebner Barb ughm, Doug Hughes Sally Humberstone Paul Hununcr Mikel Huulcy Paul llyl.\nd Robin Iwata Ann Jackson Daniel Jacobucci Gregory Jenning Rodney Jeske Alfred Johnson Charles John on Deborah John,on Gary Johnson Preston Juhu on Sherry John on Brenda Juuc Lo11dl J um.-, Joan Katana Robert Kennedy Carol Kinney CHiol Kirk Paulette isroczy fary Klcitz Eugene Klodet. 1..-y Richard Ko ik Tom Ko7.iol

72 usan Krnber Tim Krug Barbara Kuhr Bernard Lanclrnm uc Langmac:k Carl Larson Aaron Lavender John Leibert Paula Leonard John Lewers Linda Lilley Phil LoGrande Brenda Long Bill Lo thm an Lucy Lowry Florence Lucas lfred LHsc:hek Denny Lubko StPve L11tz Phyllis Lynch Edward Lyn<lall Ophelia Lynn Karen l\lad en l\laril) n i\laloncy \Va.rr en i\lan<lelbaum f ich.icl j\[andrncken Ke1rncth l\larriott Linda l\ I artin fary l\lc:canu John C. l\tc:corkle Doug l\kdougle llfar,ha l\kfarland Debbie l\kcau.1!11e~ Roberta l\lc:c:t t Janice l\kghc:e Tom l\lecro<lt r Kar n l\lcintosh Tim l\tcmanemy l\largarct \1c:1'\all Deborah le Thirsty Valarie B. McTiur~ty Lynn Mears Janie l\fedeikb Laura l\1ecker ladcli.ne Mellor Thomas l\lenefee Dori s 1 ill er Hal Miller

73 D, ni~l' \fitd t ll Anthnny \I 1tr1 Joan 11izich Volker 11ole~ch Edward. fonre Ho. e Mari ~foore U1,ulirn: \101'1!,tn El,tine /l!urphy Su~an 1 athanson Ed N<.:~l nborn Hon NiPrl Kathy O'Brien Gretchen Ohm l ancy o. eaj Joanne Orozco \ 'imfrcd O, <.:1 lon Richard Owcn Cail Owens Barham. Pace John Paiak onn Paley Cory Palmer R:1rhara Pa.: t:11ch Ste\'c Pullie Ralph l 1.1yto11 ]and l'eckinpaugh Jacqueline Pernell Barbara Perry Connie Peters Pete Peter John Phipps Kathv Poore, u an Po ipanka Rodger Powell AntoinettP Premier Debbie Prki: Darrell Quander Ricluud H,,b Ton, HawlPv Karin Rctsd1 Tom Rhyand Carl Richard Charles Rittl'!lburg Tom Robin.son RPtty Ro cubcrg Ethel Rowe Judy Rubertino Brenda Rr:m

74 Gwen Sadler Sue alvano Alfreda nlvntore Cedric ander Roberta Schafle Linda Scharschmidt,va.yne Scharsu Dean Scherbel Alice Scott Douglas Seaman Gary Seaman Wayne Segulin Anthony Seri Linda Shaw Chris Schoenberger fary Simmons Reginald im Dianne Sipu~ Kyle Skinner Elise Smith Gwendolyn Smith Patricia SmitJ1 Richard Smith Sidney Smith Tom Smith Terry Sneed Phyllis Sneller Harry Snowden Tom Sokol Patricia Spencer Greg Spolarich Michael pringer Greg Stakich Dale Stepancik Lodeania Stever on Pauletta Stites JoA.nn Stone Lloydetta tout Leda Stoutt Conrad Straube Theothry Stubbs Mary Ann Sullivan Joy Sutherland Janice Swanhart Paul Swank Michael Sylvester Linda Tabor Reginald Talton

75 Elizal.,ctl1 Test, m1.m Pat Thidc Carolyn Thomas Fuyt~ 11,oma~ Keith Thomas Thoma~ Tl,ompson Darrell Thornton Alice Tinsley Jim Tolhnt lld1ko Tomaschek \'l'rnac.linc Townley James Trikoff Dan Trombley Tomnuc Tubbs Jtum:~ UL,bink Mary Unclnwood Alice Valentine Philip Van Pelt Sue Van Pelt Ken Vaught Linda Vergith Veronit:a Vitale \Vnyne Viton Ron Voytek Jeff Walter Abdullah Warith Atutc \\ ".1nnan urlrpy \\'arrcn Kenl \.,~!,bum Corend.1 \Vatkin S11rflh \Vh.illPy 'hercl \\ ':1111-( h Can11cn 'ay B:.ubar., \\' ebb orma \Velniak John \\ f'tt Charles Wesley Howard \ e~ terfield Carole \\'halcn Ronald Whatley Alfred White Chuck \ \'hite Diaua Wh.itten Rohe1t \\' ienwr flem, \Vilkin. Dr111 c William Harvey Willi.um Kevin \V illiam

76 Michael Willhtms Veronica \\'illiams Frederick \\'ills Eric Wibon Ilugh \Vibon Dave Winkler Sara Wood Gwen Wright Richard Wunderlich Jim Yates Rhonda Y axley Carol Yeager Michncl Yesiolo"'ski Sandra Young Jim Zeller Joan Zimmerman SOPHOMORES The sophomores return to Shaw with the confidence of a year's experience. They enjoy the privilege of being able to participate in the "One and Ten Thousand" campaign. The class of 1970 proves to be a promising class, coming in second only to the seniors. Although they still are underclassmen, they try their best to set good examples for the freshmen. At last they feel sure of the part they play in a busy, active high school. After this year of work, preparation, and fun, the sophomores are ready to accept the prestige of finally being upperclassmen. Debb ie Adams Phillip Adrine Janice Alexander Linda Alexander Barbara Allen Lyvonnc Amos Delores Ander on Barbara Banks L. my Beachler Marvin Beachler Stanley Bealowski Wendell Bell Rick Bennett Bob Beukeman Dan Billington Calvin Black David Black Gloria Blakely Gregory Bonner Bob Boothe Albert Bowling Ronald Bridgewa ter Linda Bright father Brooks

77 Debor,1h Brown Reginald Brown Ruui;rl Bruukula Cliff Bugg) Levy Bunkley Leroy Burfitt Michael Burke Landus Burroughs Cury Duller Abbie Ryer~ Denise Caldwell Pal Carey Donterria Carlock Mary Agnes Carroll Deborah Carson June Carson Gary Causey Rick Genta Beatrice Chamber~ usan Chapman Donnn. Chatman Bob Cl10rman William Chorrnan Yvonne Clancy Dawn Clark Erne5t Clark Richard Clark Frances Clem Tom Coiner Michael Colemaro Terry Cullin.; Lynda Coml,:, Dolore~ Cook Linda Cook Melvin Cooper Sherman Cooper Tiichnrrl C:nmn Dominic Corrado Ken Costigan John Couts Su an Cowles Linda Cox: Tom Cross Ro s Croucher Willie Crowder John Cullen Rick Cullen Rich Cunningham

78 Rrian C11shnyr Johnny Dadich Jerry Darroch Reginald Da h Jim Daull Donna Davenport Robert Davies Mary Davis Rick Davis Debbie Dearden Gloria Dent Otis Dent,erand Dick on Chris Dipetta Patricia Dowdell ;,.;'ila Dunlap Rae Durrah Chri tian Du sing David Du sing Charle Dvorak Johnny Bobby Echols Carl Ector Leonard Edwards Ruby Edwards Sue Ellert Dan Engel Helen Evans Karin Fagerburg Be ie Fambro Ronnelle Farmer Gary Farris Geraldine Fields Ricardo Fitzpatrick Carol Fleming Pat Flood Jeff Flowers Sue Flynn Karen Forcht Belinda Fosh Margie Fowler avier Frnnks athaniel Frazier fic:hael Freeman Russel Fried Betty Froelich Thomas Fuller Deborah Furman Peter Gaizutis

79 Nancy Galarnbu~li Sheila Carrison Vernell Cary Ncbun CiLbs Peter Gibbs Villah Cilan Cheri Giles Timothy Gilham Janet Clover Cathy Gottron ~fary Beth Grant Ken Grayson Cindy Green Jacqueline Griffin Ron G1ifiln Mozell GrimP\ Ellen Grover Jo~eph Gulnco. Donna Gunn Daniel Hall Jody Holliday Kim Halliday l ina Halliday Jane Hamilton adine Hamilton Naomi Hamilton "\V"yne lfamilton AJyce Hanlon Kathleen Hanrahan Audy Hnrcly Donald Harley Jo,:ph Tfarnichar Bill Harri Eddie Harris "\Vayne Harris Carolyn Hart Dennis Hart Albert Ilart6drl Bill llnrtory WallPr 1-tai.tmg, Pete Havc11, Terry Ha" kin, Ella Haye Lowis Head Dorothy Hean.I John Heiman Heidi HendP.r,on Barbara Herbert

80 Patricia Hi ks Robyn Hill Regina Homm el forty Homrighamen Quinetta flooprr Ruth Hope Letitia HO\\'iml Doris Howell Patti Hrmka Donna Hudak Lincla Hunter William Hunter Laura Huntington Edward Hyde Venida Hylton Veda Jackson JoAnn Jacobs Joe Janson James Jeffer. on hidey J cnkin.~ Lindn Jcnnt Karen Jewell Jeannie Jezeski Beverly Johnson Jeanette Johnson Laura Johnson ylvia Johnson Allan Jones Chri Jones Craig Jones Earlie Jones Gloria Jon e~ Jimmie Jones John Jones f ichell Jon s oreeu Joue Vernnrd Jone s Ron Juliano John Kafka Tom Kafka Robert Kan Jack Kapp Bonnie Kay Ken K llehcr Dave Kelly LaVone King Barbara Klooz Ron Kost

81 Jim Kotnik Janice Koziol Chcde Ko7lik Jim Krrutzbcr~ Bill Lally Kathleen L.rndry Ken Lebda Patty Ledger Susan Leuenberger B tty Liebert Deborah Lindsey Lois Little ick Lorenzo Lillie Love Gail Lucas David Luzier Joan Lyles William Lynch Willfam T.ynn Linda MacDonald Paul Mandelbaum Timothy farcovy Paul \lnrcnm Kar!'n hmhall Marco Marshall Sally Mason Patrick Mate Vincent Matlock Craig 11:txwPll Veronica l\fay~ Jmne McCarthy u e i\kcr111ley D<'horah Mc ouley Annc.1 McDermott 'iiki: I l)o,,,,11 Calvin McFarland Alan fckee Frederick McKelton Cathy 1ea e Jim r-.tendolera Jacquelyn Menef e T uy 1'1cnefe hidey i\[icken~ Dan lick haw Joyce Miller Patricia filler Ray Alan 1iller Alvin,fon

82 Jame 1\lims Jerry l\!ims colt litchell Ro a [aria litri Lisa ~ tolles Stanley Moore Valerie toore Dorothy Morgan ~larilyn ~!organ Pat \!organ anclra ~forgan Redallion Morris Pam lorrison Jerome 1mley Robert l\lrn,, Ronnie l\froczka Harold Mun('y Casimar Narbutaiti Renee' Neely Faye 1 eice Debbie 'el on Patricia i\ebon Wilmer 1\ewman Jane 'ichoh Cindy oble Bob oga Carol olden Virgil O'Bryan Raford Odom Jacquelyn Oliver Jeff O'Neal Margaret O'Neal David Orr Anthony Ottrix Jim Owen James Owen Robert Owens Jim Pahl Marcia Palmer Deborah Pannell Jim Papaiouindes Clarence Parker Edward Parker Clara Peterson Jeff Pattie Barham Payrn Irene Payne Deborah Payton

83 Valentino Pazcmbi Sue Pearse Anthony l'e:irson Don Pedersen Karen Pedersen Vance Pennymon Carolyn l'copj.,~ Barbara Perkins Irene Pershing Pat Peters r,inda Pctkovich Debbie Pcuone RPssiP Petty Darryl Piukuey Dorothy Pinkston Gloria Pinbluu Joe Pi,h11e1y,Valter Pivnno Allen Polk Ruth Pomiuore Daryl Porche Dau Power Jerome Pritchett Daisy Pu<l:Lc Karlh Pu<lzc ionica T'utnam Cordon Rae Igor Rue James Redding Carl Redmond Constance Reeves Diana Rcitl Frc<lrick RPmPf\yi K,mucth TihoclPs Cr:1ig Rice Bill Richunhon Karen R1chunhon Gretchen Hie~ Ruth lli,hng Paula Ruhbim Chrh' Ruher\Oll 1ichael Rob rts Frank Rocli,:ers T,ind. Hnrl~rrs John Rodgers Kathy Rowan luudettt> Roberlum Olga Rudko

84 Barbara Rudy Tony Rumph ancy Ru\ o Laurel,lcha Bob am on Marvin ault Steve canfan Elaine. checl Jimmie Scott Pat cott Claril:C c~ulin Bonnie Senger Jordon Shankelford JoAnn Shantery Georgette Shartz Karen Shoenberger Pam Shones ancy Shrader Paula Shraier ancy Sibley Dennis impson William Simpson Denise ims James 'mith Valerie Smith \Villiam Smith fike Snydor Brenda Spencer Jim Spitha, Ricky Springer Laurie tannk Terrance Staton Ron Stepien Sharon Stevens John tofko Julia Stofko Sally Strasshofer Carol Stroi eh Isaac Stubbs Mary tubbs Jame, ullivan Robert ullivan LaMonte Summers anjanetta Swanson Austin ylvester Marta Sylv~ter Ccorgc Talbert Edith Tanko

85 Carla Taylor Carter Taylor Raymond Telgarsky Donz ella Terrell Brian Thomas Ce<lnc Thoma.,, Craig Thomas Jeffrey 111umas Linc.la huurni, Peggy Thomn\ Rita Thomas Rita Thumluu Roland Thorulun Karen Toler Thoma~ Tnmlm Beverly Tu11ey Lee To~, nslcy F.li/. beth Tr.lvi, Allen Trult Wiley Tuhb Curtis Tucker Gloria Turner Andre' Tyus Kenneth Tyus Sandra U rmctz Theresa Vac<.'O!ary Vandetti Debbie Van Pelt David Venable l :mp,t Ve1ec11 Dd1l1y Vogl Sandy Vollwf"iler Cindy \ 1 agnc'r Ha ~an Warith Ja111es \'\ 'o~hi11~ton Paulette Watkins Frederick Watt El a Iri \Vay Bill Webster Racine \Veems Jeffer on \Veil Melaine Wesby Ahiniro \\'p 1 v Charles Hannon lcv \V esterfield Cheryl Whatley William White 'adine Whitehead

86 Cynthia \ hib11ore Daniel Whitmore Rocleric \Vi!-(!-(im Tony Wiggins \Vanda \Vilkim Jim Will Aaron \Villiam, Brenda \\'illiam, Kenneth \Villiam. Lvn<la \\ 'illiam, ':t.tay \ illiams Ro ie Williams Robcrl Wittke Linda \ ood There a Yacobucci Judy Yoshioka Karen Zru11brzicky Rex Zeller Sarah Zimmerman 82

87 FRESHMEN Jackie Ad,uns Virgia AJam, Dave Alaimo Salvatore Albcncsc Brenda Alc,and, r Cail Alexander Kenneth Alexander Darryl Allen Lorcnw Allen Paul Antolick Beverly Arm.trong Linda Ash hury The frc. hmun year mm-ks the beginning of new rcsponsihilities. :Vfany r<'warcling f ricn els hips, which will lasl arn.l grnw in the year lo com, arc maj.c <luring this first year of high school. Various clubs at Shaw provide career opporl11nitics for the new student in n111:,in~. lcadiing, and manv oth<>r fields. Tead1cn, prt'sl'll [ JJ('W and challenging prnhh-rn.s lo l.'ach in <lividual. Tliiu~s may seem hectic and clisori4allize<l tu n frightened freshman, but as the years go on, the frosh b come more familiar with life nt Shnw and become more a part of the s hool. Donna Atwood Eleanore Awadalla Donna Ba{(nato Thom,lS Dailey Tom Rall Anita Balla r<l Bcvl rly Bauuiug Toni Dmues Larry Barrett Darryl Bass Jdl Bu ell Dezelle Bell S,mdrn Bell Joseph Bendekovich Virgi11in Benz fartin n J ger Dani e B rry Jeff Berry Lynn Bev,111 Blythenia Binion JoAnu B1zzcll ancly Blair Ronald Blevan athalie Blos nm Barbara Bolden haron Bolger Charles Booth Isaac Borom James Borom Debbie Bo her

88 Donna Basher Paul Brack Lindo Brady Rufus Brady Cindy Brandt Elizabeth Bray Terry Brennan Anita Brown JoAnn Brown Patrice Brown Regina Brown Robert Brown Rochelle Bro\\ 11 Zorita Bruc:c Bea Burgener Tony Burgio andrn Burns Bob Burrb Tim Burroul(h, Cele,tinc Bur"cll James Campbell Mike Campbell lanley C2rli~ll' Ricky Carter Janet Ca,tlc Debra Catlidl-(e Anthony Chambers Harriet Chamber, Nancy hampagnt' Bob Chides 1ike Childes Stephanna Childes Thomas Cindric Jack Claiborne Bob Clampitt Beth Clark Pricilla Clark Richard Clements Charles Clemons Jackie Cocker John Coffey Oddie Coleman Bub Collier Kent Collier Jon Collins Charles Cook Dale Cooper Janis Cooper

89 'l\fauricc Cooper \ \' unl\tlmu Copebnd Rich Correll Don Cra~ ford Ron Crawford Harry Crrmhuw Auvette Dancy Rosa Dani els Sarah D:uii eb Carrie Daniely Laura Dauchy Cynthia David on Donald David on Pntdcia 11aw~on J tarry Dearden Ricardo DcForre t Laura DeLillo Raymond Dent Dave Dilleaher Martin DiPetta Bob Donaldy rdi>n l)onaloe Deni~r D011glas Jack Dou.u;la~ Jon Dreilort lien Dula Jo,ephinP Duncan Charle~ Dunfee Arlca l D}~ Sht:rim: Eel wards Thuuw, Ji'.iran ;\farjnrie Fngli,h Everett Evans Jim Evans Tiroothv Fain Terry Fayne Bernard Felder Larry Fields Tim Finley Jand I<'i h Jan Flower. Bra1il1 y Fm tinge Chri tine Fo,ter ancy Fox David Frak Jimmie Franklin Chri tine Frankl Deborah Frank

90 \m('y FriC'kP Susan Cea, il) Richard Gcrasimos Nanc;-,erbrick Gianni Gianguzzo Lee Gooden ~large Could David CraYely Charle,rayson Jeffrey Green.D bra Grega Diana Grieve Tonja Griffey Barbara Gro\'er Patricia Gullatt Ouida Gnnn Steve Gunval en Jill Hageman ~lark Hagerty Michael Hall Linda Hardin Pamela Harrell Deirnee Harri Gwendolyn Harris Malinda Harris Rosemary Harris Yolonda Harris Carol Hart Brian Ilartforcl Joe Haryey Tom Hastings Delbera Hatten Gordon Hawkins Debra Hayward Dan Heaton Kathleen Helmick Frank Henry Ruby Henton George Herndon Linda Herron Jame Hewitt Mike High Dean Hill Michael Hill Thelma Hill Robert Hogan Marva Holly Elizabeth Holmes

91 Peter Hommel \Villiam ff ommd Jon Homrighausen Laura HuuJ Robert Hood 1.P.P. Hooper Samu l Hupe~ Frnnklin J Inward Hobert Ilruska Phillip HuJ 011 Cheryl Huff Joanna Huggins Clnrissa Hughes Clayton Hughe Susan Hughe~ Ardelia Hull Cary Hunley David Idoine Debor:1h J:1chon Em,.st Jack on. hrryl Jack:.on Beulah Jrune~.l'atrici:! Jam ~ Paul Janml'y Dave Javier Vernon Jenkim Charles Jenne Steve Jewell BerniP JoPhnn Connie Johns William JohPs Cynthia Johnson Jenice John on Pau,d Jo\111~on Renee John on Alfon o Jone Dean Jone~ Theon Joni', Tonunie Jone., William Jones John Juliano Barbara Kafka crurd Keating Pat Keeling Jan Keister Beverly Kerrigan \\'ayne Kettenmu1 Tony 'Kimberlin

92 Joyce Kinney Jame Kis.,el 11ary Jo Klimowski Ann Klodet k) William Knox John Koppitch Diane Kosimki Joe Kovatch Tom KoYatch Ginney Krnber Fred Kruger Kathy Krupa Dennis Kuhr Ken Lac:ey Jeffrey Laeng Herb Larson Stanley Lauderdale Danny Lauffer Jim Lauffer Kenneth LeeGrand Crystal Legg enovia Lesure Carmella Letcher James Lewb Gair Linhart Delcenia Loma\ D borah Long Cindy Lupi Gary Lutz Rich Luzier Pamella f.ync.:h Darl ne MacLloyd Jeff ~1ajor James Mallory Pamela Malone Debbie Manley Robert Manuell Charlotte 1arkel Carlos 1arshall Clintina fartin Edward fartin Edward [artin John ~fortin Larry Martin Holly 1atson MaryAnn Matu]b Joanne McAleer John McCann

93 Livingston f\fc'conncll L.1rry, kcoy Ty McCunn \Luk \fd)ougel Drhurah Am, \kfo,land Cloria ~le arlan<l Cayla 11.fcC:heP Raymcmu. kglwe Midmcl!\fcKP!ton Willie \k\f1<'hael ))ave fc. an Vern Mc:\'eilly Tejuanna Meane John :\fenefee Kart'n \ft.irrin Rill Michal Ru~ali111: t,. iller Clari<'e \litc'hpu nrlrpa ~folcsch James :,.i,.)llt)!olllf'ry Devon ~loony Abbott foorc Kenneth :\1oore Mary ~1oore Garry Morris J olm :-.forri Kay lorrison Roy t-;a~y DaviJ Xathanson Timothy Xiel. on Raymond Oliver I a mes O'l\p:, 1 i'-.felanic Olt Jacqueline Owens ancil' Owen Sharyn Owem \Villarn Ow ns Carole Pace Jninc~ Pni).(c Beth Paine Cynthia Palmer Phil Pul111er Tonya Pari h lkverl l',1k DPhor;th Pattcrso11 Dwainc Pallcrson Cdc~tine Pullon Kar n Payn"

94 Tina Penner ue Perchan Judy Perkins Linda Perry Lucy Phelps Richard Phelps Derrick Piccirillo 'icolas Pier kalla Teresa Pishnery Cheri PistininLi Robin Plater Judith Powell La" rence Powell Willa Price Willie Price Willi Price Vanthia Proios Greg Prokop Elaine Psihountas Thomas Rafferty Jonathan Ralb Dale Reardon Patricia Reedy Dennis Reynold, Janet Ridian.lson Robert Rickett Christine Rie~ Thoma Rittenburg Vane sa Roberts Gary Robinson Brigid Hoche Dave Rodger Michelle Ross Jim Roth Allen Rothstein Arthur Roy ter Edmund Rudolph Jerry Ruffin Christine Rup rt Deborah Russell Terry Ryser Renard Safo \Villiam Sa1mon Alfred anders Teresa Sanders Lynn Sanker Dennis app Larry axon

95 Jimmy cheel lu.rtin 'chrn!n.'11 Eugenia chwendler James Sc:ott Augu~tus Shackelford Envi11 Shru<lcr Hocln y 1dl y Phillip Silc1 C> 11llua Simpson \1ark Simpson Cheryl ims Janice Sims rerri irnk j.1nkc Skipper Murrb 'lutkiu Ron mall ArchiP.. milh Charles mith Dclurc, rnith Linda Smith cott neller u an 'nydcr Rich o taric Ruth Spaulding Debby penccr McKi11ky talh orth l';1tricia Maru k \\'11!1am, lt' L\lll'T al Lt pien 11.alph Stewart Y m1110 'l1:wu1l Esther Stiner Dougla., ullivan Cassandra \1ttlc, Vernetha 'uttlc, James Swanhart \1:tth.,, I'. hor Mary Tadd o Denise Tanko Diane Taylor Pamela Taylor Shcilu Tuylur C:arol T,,tt r Denni Thoma, Dwight 1110mas Kart'n Thomas Deni e Thornton Linda Toler

96 Thoma~ Trads Patricia Tubb. Arickn Tucker Robert Tyler hirley Underwood Phil Vaccariello Laima Vaiginis Da\ e, ajentine Rick \'alur«rosanne Varro Brian Vergith Chip Visci Debbie itale Kenneth Viton William Waddle Barbara \ \' acle Deni e Wade Pat Walker Linda Walter VnlPntn \\'nrrl Amannah \\'arith i\iaurice Watley 1ike Waugh Jay Way Sandra Weeks William Weems Vicky Wells Barbara \Vert Ri e Wesby Elsi \ cslcy fargit We sler David Wet Emily White Robert White Sam \VhitP Thomas White Charles Wickline Su an Wild Vivian Wiley France \ illiam George Williams Je ie Williams LaVonne Williams Kathy \Vil on Stanley Wilson Ro a Winkfield Amos \Vinston James Wint

97 Karin Wi. hner Denise \\'itlidj Cheryl Witt (:loria \\'nods Vcubc \\'un.llaw Linda Yarbrough Charles Yates Bernard York Carnett Young John Zambrzkky 93

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100 The Shaw High basketball team finally caught fire in the later stages of the season hy winning nine of its last ten games and advancing to the Kent Regionals. The first tournament game (sectionals) was played against Eastlake orth at the orth gym and was perhaps the key to our future as the Cardinals won in an overtime. Shaw's next rival was Kenston, a team which proved to be a very stubborn opponent. But the mighty Cardinals came through again by defeating them In the sectional finals, Shaw met a Euclid team that had defeated them twice during the regular season. This was a new "season" and the Cardinals turned the tables on the Panthers to the tune of At the conclusion of this tournament, Ernie Coffey and Bob Simmons were voted to the Sectional Allstar team. The District was held at Eastlake, and Shaw drew Geneva as its opponent. Shaw built up an early lead and was never headed as it coasted to a verdict. The finals of the District pitted the Ashtabula Panthers against the Cardinals. Again Shaw jumped off to a quick lead and defeated a fine Ashtabula team Ernie Coffey was voted Most Valuable Player in the district and made the All-Star team, along with Bob Allen, Bruce Bythway, and Bob Simmons. Shaw then traveled to Kent to play Cuyahoga Falls in the Kent Regionals. The tournament trial ended as Shaw fell before Falls This was the first time Shaw had advanced to the Kent Regionals since Although beaten, Shaw could hold her head high with the knowledge that she had accomplished more than any Shaw team in the past seventeen years. And to top it off, Shaw has seven lettermen returning for the year. I/ f?jcj..{al<o foll.t 96

101 GOLF Shaw RESULTS Parma Heights Brush Shaker Euclid Valley Forge Lakewood GOLF- Bottom Row: J. Dorsey, B. Chrysler, T. Grant. Second Row: J. Glenn, R. Cornez, T. Mitri, B. Cala, Coach Schnoke. GYM LEADERS GYM LEADERS - Bottom Row: J. Grant, H. J. Tolbert, M. Todd. impkins, W. Cro s. Second Row: R. Payton, 97

102 SPRING TENNIS RESULT Shaw 4 Collinwood 0 Orange 0 University School 0 Height 3 St. Jo cph 2 :-.ten tor 0 Euclid 3 \ \ illoughhy South 3 PainsPville Harvey 0 Bruh l'hli\c TE:'\'-.'l -Bottom Rou:: J. \\'ells, J K,lfka, C. \\'e,ley. T. \l arcovy, T. Fullt>r, J. l'.\lll. eco11d Rote G. Palmer, C. Hml', S \\' inkier, C. '\'0 011, K. I d)(la, J. Comtne}, D. Harley, Coach \\'ondrak. 98

103 FALL TENNIS RESULT Slww 1 Parma 0 Heights 0 Brush 0 Shaker 0 Euclid 3 Valley Forge 3 Lakewood FALL TE IS-Bottom Row: T. Kafka, J. Kafka, G. Palmer, C. Rose, D. Hughes, J. Wells, D. Harley, J. Pahl. Second Row: J. Courtney, K. Lebda, D. Winkler, J. Caufield, S. Winkler, R. Kennedy. CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS Shaw 43 Parma 46 Heights 40 Brush 41 Shaker 43 Euclid 43 Valley Forge 50 Lakew ood CROS CO!'\TRY-Bottom Row: A. Burgio, B. Blything, H. \\'un<lerlich, D. \ 'alpntinc, J. Kreutzberg, A.!Iartfielcl. Second Rou;: J. Heiman, B. Bea,Icr, J. Heiman, D. Fleming, R. Ko~ik, B. Gipson. 99

104 Shaw % 40 VARSITY TRACK Eastlake North 77 Garfield 40 Parma 75 Orange 58 Heights 64 University School 73 Brush 47 Shaker 81 Lakewood 54 Valley Forge 651' /3 Euclid 87 VARSITY TRACK-Bottom Row: Coach Konnert, C. Buggs, F. Bizzell, T. Bailey, B. Benz, C. Harl, D. \Vhitmore, B. Gipson, Coach Wilkinson. econd Row: B. Blything, G. Kidd, A. Haag, P. Cibhs, R. Allen, R. Wunderlich, R. Moss, R. Heaton, T. Hatcher, A. John on. Third Row: J. Smith, B. Stallworth, P. Peters, B. Goodwin, B. Brown, J. Leibert, F. Hargrove, J. Clampitt, M. Williams. FRESHMAN TRA CK Shaw RESULTS Memorial Wiley Mayfield Roosevelt Euclid Shore Collinwood FHE ' II~f. TRACK-Bottom Row: J. Hedding B. Cl orgc, E. Vnre('n,. Wiggins, L. Burfltt, \V. ipmson, J. Ilarnic:har, \\ '. amson, \V. Tubbs, oach Camble. Sc concl Rou:: F. 1\kK clton, T. Hawkins, L. Lester,. Bealowsky, B. Davi-., J. 1':rcutzlwrg, J.. tofko. Third Rau:: ~1. Washington, R. Cross, R. Brid gewater, C. Tucker, B. \ alt, D. Black, A. llnrdy. 100

105 VARSITY BASEBALL RESULTS Shaw 4 Euclid 4 Parma 6 Collinwood 7 Lakewood 5 Brush 4 Heights 10 Mayfield 3 Shaker 3 University School 1 Eucli<l 3 Valley Forge 4 Vally Forg 2 Brush 5 Lakrwoorl 2 Heights 4 \' ickliff e 2 Parma 3 Shaker VARSITY BA EBA LL-Bottom Row: \V. Hasting., Mgr., D. O'Xeil, T. ~fccurdy, H. Atwater, B. Steele, M. Gilan. Second Row: Coach Hicks. B. Schultz. T. O'~eil, T. Larabe, M. Wolfgram, J. Di Bartolonwo, Coach Ciszak. Third Row: R. ~fate~. S. Gray, B. Bythway, E. Cufft::y, J. Knux, J. 'Wittenmyer. J.V. BASEBALL RESULT Shau 0 Euclid 1 P,u-ma 5 Brush 3 alley Forge 2 Lake\ ood 1 Height 3 Euclid 2 Parma 4 Bruh 6 Valle} Forgr 5 Lakewood 3 H ighl J. V. BA EBALL-Bo l/0111 Rate:!. Snycll'r, R. Kennedy, D. Lut~ko, D. Trombley, H.. Cunningham. eco11d K11c: P Peters. B. \Vit nh'r, E. Henkel, E. Jone,, J. Jan~on, R. D,l\ b. Third Rene: S. Pattie, S. Ilomcworth, C. \\ 'hite, T. Smith, D. Quand er, J. ~kcorkel, D. Corrado, G. Allen, oach Tomp on. 101

106 VARSITY FOOTBALL-Bottom Row: D. O' cil, S. Jones, T. Gunder, B. AlJen, T. O' eil, J. Eckel, T. McCurdy, D. Montgomery, B. Landum. Second Row: W. Brice, T. Brown, A. Lavender, J. Whittenmyer, B. Steele, B. chultz, C. Davidson, R. Nied, R. Talton, J. Knox, Coach Vlah. Third Row: Head Coach Libe1 tini, oach 1cVicker, L. Wiggins, E. Lyndall, J. Yates, C. Larson, R. Rozier, T. Smith, G. Allen, J. Thomas, S. Gray, Coach Burton. Fourth Row: Coach Klauss, G. Kiclcl, D. Quander, J. Clampitt, J. mith, T. Bailey, S. Hou~eworth, P. Peters, K. Forrestal, Equipment Manager vvallack. Fi~h Row: R. Powell, C. Tucker, J. Donovan, C. Richards, R. Brown, J. Leibert, R. Peters, R. Mates, B. Stewart. I VARSITY FOOTBALL RESULTS Shaw 2 Collinwood West idpark 0 6 Parma Heights 14 8 Brush Shaker 0 14 Euclid 6 16 Valley Forge 0 22 Lakewood

107 Gunder training for more yardage against Collinwood. Allen forced out of hounch b) '"'e:st defenders.,ye t defrnse stacks up a Shaw runner. 103

108 Allen heads for sideline. Yarsity cheerleaders stand at attention while singing the Alma Mater. Long gain by llen. 104

109 A Heights Tiger is upended hy surrounding Cardinals. Allen scores against Heights. Allen and Nied force I!eights out of bound. The band watche the e;ame, ith optimism. 105

110 Shaw's def ensc awaits their tum on the field. Referee watches as Allen loses footing and falls. Seniors winning another "beat" conlc~l. and Nied combine to halt a Euclid back. P~r5 106

111 Schultz is stopped after sweeping the end. Schultz is swarmed by three Forge defender. Bailey stops a Forge back after a short gain. Steele is forced out of bounds. The team huddles prior to the Lakewood game. 107

112 J. V. FOOTBALL Ro1c: T. White, Mgr., J. Jone,, L. Burrough,, J. Flo"ers, T. \ iggin,, T. Cross, D. Pinkney, L. Beachler, T. I lawkim. Seconc/ Rou:: Coach Schnoke, B. 'oga, E. Vereen, :'\I. Freeman, H. Odom, H. Cunningham, R. Tclgarsk}", M. Marshall, J. Kissel, \V. Smith. Third Rou :: C. Redmond, E. Jones, D. LuziC'r, B. Sa1mon, R. Ch1rk, \\'. Tubbs, J. Ilarnid1ar, A. Hardy, E. Clark. Fourth Row: J. Janson, F.McKclton, J. Stofko, R. Ccnta, J. O'Neal, ~1. Snyder, V. Jones, R. Griffin, H. Cerasimos, Coach Gamble. Fifth Rou;: P. Gibb,, \\'. Hastings, T. r-.farcovy, D. Corrado, C. Wesley, R. Thornton, R. Croucher, J. Thomas, Coach \Vondrak. Shaw RESULTS Mentor 14 Parma 26 Heights 15 Brush 6 Shaker 14 Euclid 28 Valley Forge 6 Lakewood 6

113 FRE H~1A:\' FOOTBALL-/follom lfotl : 13. White, J. Berry, D. :-.1<:'\'all, J. Cofley, J. Cr<'<.'n, T Baile'). D. Rodg<.'rs, A. Jone's, \\ '. S.1111,011. Sern11c/ Hou;: ~1. ~kkdton, ~!gr., J. Flcm( P,, \I. Hagtrtr. J. Dn ifort, B. Clampitt, L. \kconn ell, C. V1st'i. C. Ihm kins, H. Deforest, K. L,ltey. Thrrcl Rot i;: J. ()':\'ea!, R. Luzier, T. Hastings, C. 'ioung, D. Piccarello, T. ~lccunn, E. Jacbon, J. Claiborne, J. \llcann, H. Larson, Mgr. Fourth Row: Coach Cipiti, B. Collier, R. Sidley, D. Patterson, J. Evan,, D. Allen, T. Travh, J. Hewitt, T. Burrougl1,, Coach Tillman. RESULTS Shaw 6 Mayfi ld 0 Collinwood 32 v ilcy 0 Memorial 14 Garfield 0 Lakewood

114 VARSITY WRESTLING Shaw rn RE ULTS Univcr,ity chool Bl'achwood Streebhoro \ alk y Forge Collinwood '\kn tor Ilt'ights baker Euclid Parma Brnsb Lakewood ' VAR ITY WRESTLil'\G - Bottom Row: K. Williams, C. Wesley, T. Bailey, R. Talton, \\'. Harris, C. Bugg,. Second Rote: J. Caufield. T. l\1ccorkl. T. Bailey, R. Brown, C. Tucker, P. fates, Coach l frrbcrt 110

115 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING Shaw RESULTS Beachwood Streetshoro Valley Forge Collinwood Mentor Heights Shaker Euclid Parma Brush Lakewood B J.\'. WRESTLIXG - Bottom Rou;: B. amson, D. Piccirillo, J. Flowers, E. Vereen. Second Rmc: V. O'Brien, J. Q', i< l, B. Owens. T. Hatcher, A. La\'ender. Third Rou ;: Coach Tillman, J. ~IcFarland, J. Redding, J. Heiman, J. Janson, B. Sam on, D. Valentine FRESHMAN WRESTLING Shaw RESULTS Euclid Shore Euclid Central Crccu iew Memorial University chool Be<lforJ 1oocly Gar6eld 11ayfield FRESHMAN WRESTLI G- Bottom Row : B. Samson, J. FlowC'rs, D. Valentine, S. Jewel, L. Hooper. Second Row: D. Piccirillo, J. Evans, T. Hasting, T.!\kCunn, T. Burgio, II. Lar on 111

116 VARSITY, J. V. SWIMMING RESULTS Shatc 63 Paine" ill<' Harvey E11clid Brush Llh'\\'Ootl Berea fidpark l l1 i)!hts Shaker Eudicl ll 11i, crsil v School Bn;sh LaJ..ewood Heights Shaker 44 J.V. & VARSITY SWI?\f~H G - Bottom Row: W. Harris, B. Chorman, P. Mandlebaum, J. \Veils, M. Hagerty. Second Row : R. Cullen, T. Coiner, R. Luzier, T Marcovy, R. Wunderlich, G. Keating, J. Laeng. Third Row: J. Leibert, P. Havens, D. Billington, R. Clark, B. Downs, T. Freeman. Fourth Row: T. \Yaish, D. Lann, T. Gest, \V. Seaman, B. Berens, B. Wescott, K. Skinner, J. Cullen, C. Shantery

117 TIMERS CLUB TIMERS CLUB- Bottom Ro w: S. Clark, K. Madsen, C. Curschman, President, M. Clark, Vice-President, D. Green. Second Row. D. Price, P. Thiele, B. Leibert, D. Clark, H. Evans, 1. Palmer. Third Row: K. Akiya, C. Shoenberger, C. Fleming, C. Green, G. Lucas, S. Mason, B. Senger. Fourth Row: Coach Colnon 113

118 5:i io i:! VARSITY BASKETBALL RE ULT F11<'lid Parma Brnsh \ ';11lcy Forge Lakl'1rnod 01li1111 uod Garflc Id Height ~lcntor Heights hakcr Euclid Parma Brush Valley Forge UniH rsity Lakewood Heights baker chool VAR!TY BA KETBALL - Bottom Row: A. 1im, F. Bizzell, A. Haag, G. Allen, E. Jones, B. All n, S. Jone, T. Gilmore, fanager. Second Row: J. Rubertino, l\. Patter on, C. Sanders, C. Richards, B. Brown, E. Coffey, R. Payton, Coach Fort 114

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120 ]. V. BASKETBALL Sliatc.' RESULTS Collinwood Euclid Pam1a Bru h V.1lky Forge Lah," ood Garfield Height l\lcnlor Hci~hts hakcr Euclid Pam1a Bmsh Vallt'Y Forge ljni\ ersity chool Lake{\'Ood Heights Shaker J.V. BASKETBALL - Bottom Row: J. Clampitt, K. Williams, L. Burroughs, 1. Marshall, R. Griffin, 1\1. Freeman, J. White. Second Row: J. Rubcrtino, T. Travis, C. Sander, R. Bridgewater, B. Davies, C. Parker, C. Davidson, Coach chnoke 116

121 Shaw FRESHMAN BASKETBALL RESULTS Roosevelt Wiley Memorial Collinwood Euclid Shore Roosevelt Wiley Lakewood Memorial CarGt'ld Hl'ighh Collimrnou Euclid Shore :i FRE H 1AN BASKETBALL - Bottom Row: M. Hill, D. Allen, E. Jackson, B. Clampitt, W. Jone. Second Row: Coach Lako, B. Booth, fanager; T. Burrows, \V. Price, J. Coffey, D. Patterson, K. Moore, A. Jones 117

122 The purpose of Girls' Athletic Council is to serve the Shaw High Physical Education Department by guiding, instructing, and assisting the various girls' athletic activities. A.C. tries to develop leadership and interest in physical education, to develop ability in demonstrating skills and activities, and to d - velop practices of good sportsmanship. One member, who is appointed head of an activity, is required to set up teams, prepare times for these teams to play, take attendance, and record points with the help of her student assistant. A.C. members aid in the gym c1asses every day, and they also help to make G.A.A. activities more enjoyable for all members. Each A.C. member receives one hundred points per year for her services. A.C. members demonstrate ability, good sportsmanship, and reflect spirit and service to Shaw High School. A. Shrader President P. Gip on D. Pattie ATHLETIC COUNCIL C. Troychak Vic.:e-Presi<lent J. Hote S. Salvano B. Marnie Secretary J. Kunclmiller D. Sam on M. Brass Treasurer M. Maloney M. Simmons P. Brown V. Coiner C. Marshall K. Neubauer J. Sinclair L. Vergith 118

123 OFFICIALS CLUB Officials Club meets every Tuesday morning at Korb Lounge from 7:55 to 8:20. Members officiate at G.A.A. activities. Each girl receives extra G.A.A. points for her ohidatiog duties. A bake sale held at th lounge by the girls raised money for thp club this year. OFFICIALS CLUB - Bottom Row: C. Gottron, B. Mamie, E. Weinrich, D. Pattie, L. Gipson. Second Row: P. Sneller, M. Putnam, P. Gipson, M. Brass, S. Cross. OFFICERS - Diane Pattie, Secretary; Edith Weinrich, Pre idcnt; Beth Marnie, Vice-President 119

124 SMITH-VASSAR SMITH VARSITY - Bottom Row: L. Gip on, A. Shrader, B. 1amie, D. Johnson. Second Row: M. Bras, P. Gip on, C. eubauer, P. pencer, S. Cowles VASSAR VARSITY - Bottom Row: S. Young, B. Petty, S. Cross, D. Brown, A. Valentine. Second Row : B. Griffey, D. Van Pelt, M. Blankenship, M. Maloney, S. Hargrove SMITH JU IOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: J. Stofko, P. Brown, L. Vergitb, R. Hill, C. Gottron. Second Row: L. Cook, J. Fuhry, C. Fleming, M. Simmons VASSAR JU IOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: J. Sinclair, V. Coiner, D. Pattie, J. Hotes, D. Pernell. Second Row: D. McGaughey, D. Green, V. Williams, E. Hayes The annual try-outs for Smith-Vassar, the rival girls' volleyball teams, were held on one night, and only the very best girls were chosen. The girls worked diligently to perfect their skills, and this year Vassar and Smith J.V. were victorious. Then girls from both teams were chosen for an all-star team, which competed with other schools. This year the girls traveled to Valley Forge and Brush for some tough competition, but the girls were always determined to win. They played against the faculty, and the girls victoriously finished first iii a playday at Shaw High School. Once again, their spirit and determination was evident and helped them to win. 120

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126 ARMY VARSITY AR~IY VARSITY - Bot/0111 Row: J. Brown, B. i\larn ie, M. Blank en hip, E. Wis e, D. John. on. Second Rote: J. Psihount as, li\lanager; A. Valentin e, D. Patti e, B. Cri ltey, S. Har grove, D. Sam on, J. Jann, l\lanagc r ARMY JUNIOR VARSITY ----~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ARMY J.V. - Bottom Rote: },1. Putnam, D. Bro"'n, J. Ilotes, D. Pannell. Second Ro1c: :K. Xeub auer, i\lanage r; R. llill, B. tcvem on, V. Coint r, J. Fuhr y, B. Pe tty,. Cro ss 122

127 NAVY VARSITY AVY VARSITY - Bottom Rou:: S. Young, M. O' eil, A. hradl'r, R. Weems, L. Gipson. Seco11d Rote: F. Cook, Manager; P. Gipson, i\1. Maloney, D. VanPclt, E. " 'cinric h, P. Spencer, C. Troychak, 1anager NAVY JUNIOR VARSIT Y ~A\'Y J.V. - Bottom Rou:: J. Kundmiller, i\1. Williams, i\f. Chabrand, L. Hope, i\t. Daull, Second Ro,c: \'. Alll'n, i\lanager; :--t. Simmons, J. inelair, L. i\!ollt's,. Fleming, P. Brown, C. i\!arschall, tanager 123

128 ARMY- NAVY Ahout one hundred girls tried out for Army-:'\a,~. Only forty girls were sc>kctccl to play on the four teams. This exciting game of pig-tail basketball is an annual spring event which continues in its intere t and popularity. Before the game the girls spent about two week. after school practicing. Posters and Hyer were made during their free time, and meetings were held during the " eek and on Sundays. The girls held meetings at each other' homes to discus plays and make poster. " 'hether they won or not, all of the girl experienced a feeling of satisfaction in working and playing hard to attain a goal. The manager of the varsity and junior varsity teams devoted much of their time and cncrg, to plan and organize this successful game..\r\iy CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Rm,;: J. Yoshioka, C. Hill, P. Kisroczy. Second Row : \I. Bras,. L. Jacobs, D. Car. on - Bott om Rou;: C. \Vrslry, L. Vergith. Second Row: C. Cursch '\A \ 'Y CHEERLEADER man, >.. Flagg 124

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132 Spring marks not only the coming of graduation, hut also other spring actiyitic' which follow \fa~ Queen. The Senior "A" dance>, sponsored hy Canteen Council, is hpld tlw wc'ek after ~lay Queen..\ ward are gi\'c'n at the dance to some sc'niors who have shown outstanding nchie\'c'mcnts and qualities during their high chool career. The next week brings prom, prohahly tlw most exciting social t, ent of the. enior year. The prom is held in the ha\\' Gymnasium and Korh Lounge. where the seniors are found in tlwir most formal apparel attending their final dance. Honor Day, the following week, is the seniors' last day of school. Then eniors and their parents are invitc'cl to come to the auditorium for Class. ight. t both of these events, many awards arc gi\'en to students for excellmc' and participation in tudies and activities. Finally comes ~raduation, the ultimate moment in every seniors' life. 128

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134 GRADUATION 1967

135 The coming of spring means just the encl of another school year tor the undergraduates, but it is the end of high school for the seniors. It means thinking about the future, prom, and graduation. Graduation ml'ans different thing- to all people, hut for all it me,ms an end and a beginning. For business majors, it means preparing for the busine s world. For the college-bo1111d students, it means getting ready for college. Yet for others, it means marriage and settling clown with added responsibilities.,vhichever direction the 1sraduate turns, it is going to be a new experience. New acquaintances will be made, and the graduate steps out of his old way of life. For twelve years, he has gone to school every day and has encountered the same faces and problems, but this has come to an end. He is now ready to think seriously about the future.

136 1967 MAY QUEEN One of Shaw's final exciting events of the year is the nomination of May Queen. The seniors nominate the girl of their choice, and the six girls who receive the most votes are selected as candidates. A week is set aside for campaigning and committee meetings. At the end of thi time, each girl is presented at the special i\tfay Queen rally, and her committee presents a skit in her behalf. Helen Klodetsky, the 1967 May Queen, reigned over the dance at Korb Lounge with her court, Deborah Dowery, Joy Siple, Deborah Depp, Michelle Hallier, and Julie 1 adeau. Shaw geb a look at May Queen candid ates. ~lichelc Hallier with escorts Joe Curkcy and Dav e Lacng. Helen Klodetsky with her brother Gene and Dave Petruziello. Deborah Dowery escorted by J(lmes Fisher and Rosaliou, Bunklc>y. Debbie Depp flccomp:rnied hy Chris 'oon and Dan fa zzolini. 132

137 ,, \ Joy Sip](' with her e,corts Van Klavern and Diek Collier. Julie 'adeau escorted by Lew Everly and Andy Beal May Queen, Bonnie Clork, crowns Helen Klodetsky. The Queen and her court. 133

138 GUYS AND DOLLS This lively Broadway musical, hased on the story "Idylls of Sarah Brown'' and the characters of Damon Runyon, was brought to the stage this year. Alw Burrows and Jo Swerling wrote the book, and Frank Laesser did the music and lyrics. G YS A D DOLLS is about the hilarious adventures of Broadway gamblers and their girls. arah Brown (Carole-Lynn Gla\"ic), is thc' soul-saving head of ave- - oul Mission. who tric to save the black soul of gambler Sky Masterson (Dale Davies ), not only because he is a sinner, hut because she has fallpn in love with him. 1 athan Detroit (Dan \Vil on) has promised his chom girl fiancce Adelaide (Becky D011}1lcly), to whom he has been engaged for fourteen years, to give up his gambling career, get a job, and marry her. 1 ic ly- icely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Arvide Abernathy, Big Jule, and others also play an important part in the play. This thoroughly delightful musical comes to a close as athan gives up his gambling to marry Adelaide, and Sky joins Save-A-Soul lission and marries Sarah. Charm-s chool dropout. Hello, Hello, Hello! Where's the broads? This is rehear al? Plea e don't squeeze the Charmin. 134

139 The play Pnrl~ \\ith a note of ~11cce~s. He loves it when I smile! Would you belie\'e? It only co t me 10~! 135

140 HOMECOMING '67 Mary Baird with l'~cort Hich Zeller Adelena J\1ar~hall an<l 'orman Patterson Meg Gottron escorted by Brian Ross 1967 IIomecoming Queen, Addcna far hall 136

141 Bill Aplin escorts Clu is Hill Adelena Mar hall reigns over her court at the Homecoming Dance. either rain, mud, nor bitter defeat could dampen the spirits of the Shaw High students. Although Brush crushed Shaw to a 15-8 defeat, neither the team nor the students gave up without a fight. Homecoming Queen Ade Jena l\iarshall was crowned during half-time. Adelena and her court, Mary Baird, ~leg Gottron, Leslie Jacobs, Chris Hill, and Denise Sawyer, reigned at the after-game dance. Rcl(i Deni;,, Sawyer and cscorl nalcl Da\li 137 D.-tic.:e \\' skott e. corts Le lie Jacobs

142 LE MASQUE Le Masque, sponsored by Mr. Martin, is a club at Shaw which tries to interest people in acting. This year the thirty-five members put on a fall show; occasionally they promote a spring production, tool They meet twice monthly on Wednesday. This year the members of Le Masque went to Kent State University for a drama clinic. The purpose of this field trip was to not only help promote an interest in acting, but to interest them in props, make-up, and casting. LE MASQJE - Bottom Row: D. McFarland, L. Alexander, S. Blair, Y. Clancy, S. Langmack, L. Over ton. Second Rou;: L. orris, J. Hamilton, C. Eanes, K. Hanrahan, L. Ljuboya, President; F. Clem, C. Gottron. Thircl Row: C. Green,. Cowles, K. Cech, A. Lucas, Vice-President; C. Lucas, A. Fritz. Fourth Row: P. Palmer, P. Meyer, J. Kreutzberg, J. Harrison, K. \Vi~hner, A. Bevan, D. Marcovy, D. Petrie 138

143 THE MIRACLE WORKER An excellent performance of The Miracle Worker was produced by Le Masque and directed by Mr. Martin. The cast members, some of them members of previous Shaw productions, were just the best. Special recognition should go to the students from Prospect School, especiall to Anne Burkcholder, who play d Helen Keller. Ann Lucas, David Petrie, Frances Clem and the rest of the uubtan<ling casl should be commended for one of the best Shaw productions yet. 139

144 1968 SHUTTLE ST APP Janet Mann Editor-in-Chief Barbara Pastuch Assistant Editor Barbara Banks Faculty Editor Lucy Lowry Girls' Sports Editor Janet Francis Assistant Activities Daisy Pudze Assi tant Layout Editor 140

145 John Lossing, Business Manager Jon Courtney, Boy ' Sports Editor Cathy Grant Undergraduate Editor Sharon Burrows Layout E<lilor Ruth Risberg Assistant Undergraduate Editor Bobbie Dill Copy Editor Kathy Hageman Activities Editor Roe Lapin Senior Class Editor 141

146 Deborah Johnson VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Meg Gottron, Basketball Captain Sally Hurnberstone Linda Shaw 142

147 Margaret Billington Leslie Jacobs, Football Captain Managers Barrie Reardon, Renee LaFrance. Ma cot Understudy, Joan Fuhry Understudies Janet Mann, 1 ancy Flagg Ma cots ~fary Bras, Lynn ergith 143

148 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Francine Cook Junior Varsity Manager J.V. CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Row: H. HendC'rson, R. Hill, M. Fowler. Second Row: J. Yoshioka, M. Putnam, D. Brown FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Debby Van Pelt Freshman 1anager FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Row: V. We lls, C. Hart, G. Gianguzzo. Second Row: E. Psihoun tas, G. Kraber,. Perchan 144

149 HI-LITERS - Bottom Row: L. Scharschmidt, D. Holzheimer, C. Troychak, P. Shones. Second Row: S. Bartsch, P. Peter,. Shrader, M. Rothaermel. Third Row: J. Peckinpaugh, K. Madsen, J. Schultz, C. Hill HI-LITERS The Shaw Hi-Liters illustrate great Lalenl in precision <lancing. Th~y perform at all foot ha 11 games, some baskclball games, and they appeared in the annual Kiwanis Show this year. The line consists of twelve girls and four understudies. The managers deserv e i.;pecial recognition for devoting so much of their time to the Hi-Liters. Dances were taught to them by chore ographer, Mr. Maurice Nystram. It takes hard work and practice to be a Hi Liter. During the summer, practice sessions were held under the annex three or four times a week and every night during the football season. HI-LITER U DERSTUDIES - Bottom Row: G. Grossman, D. Reardon, S. Clark, B. Wert HI-LITER MA AGERS, C. Curschman, J. P i hountas 145

150 STUDENT COUNCIL The opinions and ideals of the student body can be voiced in Student Council, the largest service organization at Shaw. This year the Student Council Constitution was revised to reduce Council's size and make it a more efficient and effective organization. Representative were chosen in a special election second semester, not from homerooms, but from buildings. Committees were opened to membership to all Shaw students to promote interest and greater participation in Council activities. The meetings arc planned by the executive board. In order to discuss basic problems and gain new ideas in high school government, thf'se students have attended seminars on student councils in the L.E.L. This year Council again sponsored Homecoming, two allschool parties, and May Queen elections, as well as most of the small service projects. The committees in Council do such things as organizing Cardinal-of-the Month, decorating the football field and the cars for Homecoming, scheduling and planning the sports rallies, and distributing the I-D cards. Student Council served the community through its work on United Appeal. Shaw's h1dent body is kept informed of th many school activities by Council. OFFICERS - Bottom Row : A Shrader, Corresponding Secretary; S. McKay, P1c~iclent; C. Troychak, Recording Secretary. Second Row : P. Peters, Trea urer; Mr. Mc eilly, Advisor; R. Friebertshauser, Vice-President Foster child, Jin Shik PUBLICITY CO 1 HTTEE - Bottom Row: C. Hearnclon, B. Kay, L. Sacha, C. Davidson. econd Row: B. Samson, M. Simp on, R. Hill, L. ~right, L. Meeker, Third Rou;: L. haw, J. Peckmpaugh, B. Leib ert, C. Marschall, D. Holzheune r, Chairman 146

151 LEGISLATIVE COi\1MITTEE- Bottom Row: S. Jackson, E. Psihountas, V. Vitale, A. Jackson, S. Swanson. Second Row: S. Kraber, D. Clark, co-chairman; B. \Vebb, i\f. "yl\'ester,. Cowles,. Taylor. Third Row: P. Andrews, R. Friebertshauser, Chairman; D. Lann, C. Keating, R. Davis SOCIAL COMMITTEE- Bottom Row: V. \VII., P. Peters, A. Shrader, S. Humber tone, co-chainna11; D. Fallie, T. Freellla11. Securicl Row: T. Hall, K. eubauer, C. Hill, C. Green, M. Fowler, L. Gipson. Third Row: T. Ball, S. McKay, B. Aplin, T. Marcovy, B. Williams SERVICE COMMITTEE - Bottom Row: G. Kidd, D. Tromhler, asst. chairman ; i\1. Hall, B. am on. ecoud Row: H.. \plin S. \IL.Ka>, J. Thomas, J. Pattie. 'l hird Hou::. \\'inkier, C. Rittenburg, J. oc~kr, T. Get, D. Mei all SPIRIT COi\1 1IITEE - Bottom Row: D. Fordyce,. Clark,. Perchan, J. Bizzell, i\f. Rothn m1cl. Second Rou:: C. fastrobuono, Chuinnan, C. Cursc-hman, B. Pnstuc-h, 1. Linamen, i\[. Voino, iclt. Thircl Row: D. Gunn, D. Hill, K. i\ladsen, C. Troychnk, C. King. Fourth Row: K. Marriott, T. mith, J. Leibert, co-chairman; B. Crysler 147

152 ALL-SCHOOL PARTY Do you see what I see? So who's he dancing with? How we gonna' get out of thh? If I could only dance. First Boor, please. 148

153 .F.L. SPEECH CLUB - Bottom Row: V. Wells, S. Vollweiler, H. Evans, S. Langmack, K. Hanrahan. Second Row: F. Clem, Secretary; A. Lucas, L. Ljuboja, Vice-President; L. orris, T. Rittenburg. Third Row: K. Collier, S. Booker, T. Freeman, D. Marcovy, D. Scherbel, J. Kreutzberg. Fourth Row: S. McKay, L. Jone, J. Sayre, B. Ross, J. Soeder, C. Rittenburg DEBATE NFL-SPEECH The members of.f.l. Spee<: h-dehnte Club meet twice monthly to combine effort~ and ideas to meet their goals. Tournaments are hel<l n arly cvc1y Salurday from October to 1arch in which the members are free to participatt:. Imlividuals compete in such categories as clp. bate, dramatic ancl h11morous declamation, oratory, and extemporaneous speeches. This year the largest Dchate Tournament ever was held at Shnw High School. lt was a big success, an<l Slrnw won first place in the tuurnamenl. The Tournament was ro-~ponsored hy the East Cleveland Kiwanis Club. The purpose of the club, which is organized for debate and individual event, is to further interest and participate in competitive inter- cholastic forensic activities. Every year, an L.E.L. scholarship is awarded to a d serving N.F.L. senior. The club holds bake sales, a dance, and sells football programs to raise funds. In the spring, the club participates in the Prince of Peace contest and the Rotary Club Speech Contest. DEBATE TEAM - Bottom Row:. Vollweiler, H. Evan, K. Hanrahan, V. \Vell. econd Row: T. Rittenburg, K. Collier, S. Booker, A. Lucas. Third Row : D. Scherbe l, L. Jone, T. Freeman, C. Rittenburg. Fourth Row: B. Ro, S. McKay, J. Sayre, J. Soeder 149

154 CANTEEN COUNCIL CA TEE COU CIL - Bottom Row: A. Jackson, S. Salvano, M. Rothaermel, H. Henderson, P. Peters, R. Hill, D. Pattie, D. Samson. Second Row: A. hrader, N. Shrader, M. Carter, S. Humberstone, J. Peckinpaugh, L. Shaw, M. Brass, Vice-President; J. Mann. Third Row: J. Stone, L. Bright, E. Coleman, J. Psihountas, D. Holzheimer, l'-1. Fowler, R. La France, Secretary; T. Hall, B. Reardon. Fourth Row: D. Gunn, D. Van Pelt, B. Stevenson, C. Hill, C. Troychak, Treasurer; K. \Villiams, T. Fuller, A. Valentine, G. Grossman, L. Scharschmidt, S. Kraber. Fifth Row: J. Grant, D. Hughes, B. Williams, J. Lo sing, R. Friebertshauser, President; D. Lann, B. Ross, J. Sayre, R. Janmey 150

155 F.T.A. The purpose of F.T.A. is to train the members for teaching by showing them what teaching is really like. By helping teachers, tutoring students, observing elementary dassrooms, and listening to guest speakers, the members get a better insight on teaching and gain valuahlc in formation and exp riences. With the help of Mrs. Cain, the thirty-jive members hold bake sales and a car wash and the profits made from these projects are saved for an F.T.A. scholarship, which is awarded to a student intercstc'd in a teaching career. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - Bottom Row : D. Green, B. Mamie, M. Mc all, Y. Clancy, B. Kerrigan, F. Neice. Second Row: C. Wesley, ~1. Palmer, S. lathanson, B. Burgener, M. Sylvester,. D. Pennell. Third Row: P. Brockmyer, E. Murphy, K. Poore,,. Pearse, D. Austin, C. Thompson, B. Petty. Fourth Row: J. Medeikis, K. eubauer, D. Whitted, C. Jones, W. Hasting, D. Powers SHAW HIGH SCHOOL CO PL EC I SOil AM D N HONOR OF JOH SHAW. OF SHAW CA MY ~ HOO DUILDI C l:.c ld 0 ~HIS SI E IN 1838 IN HONOR OF SARAH Mc ILRATH SHAW. WHOSE INTEREST IN YOUTH I SP RED THE FOUNOINC OF' SHAW ACADEMY F.T.A. OFFICERS - Bottom Row: L. Fan.lau, Treasurer;. Wert, President; E. Weinrich, Vice-President; J. Kundmiller, ecretary. Second Row: R. Yaxley, Publicity Chairn1an; R. Connelly, ervice Chairman; J. ash, Publicity Chairman; E. Huebner, Historian 151

156 CATALINA CLUB CATALI A CLUB - Bottom Row: C. Peters, D. Price, J. Hamilt on, N. Pearse, J. Schultz, L. tepien. Second Row : P. Thiele, L. Leibert, K. Akiya, C. Curschman, S. Clark, D. Petrone, M. Gottron, D. Arn, L. Petkovich, 1. Barton, L. Dauchy, C. Shoenburger, J. Dauchy. Not Pictur ed: M. Clark. I CATALINA OFFICERS - B. Leibert, Secretary ; S. Clark, Pre ident ; C. Curschman, Treasurer ; J. chultz, Vice President The members of Catalina Club, eighteen in all, meet every Monday night for two hours to practic e and p rfect their skills. "See th U.S.A. the Catalina Club Way" was the theme for the annual synchronized swim show this year. The show is the most important event in the year for the Catalina Club. The girls practice for many months to perfect routines for th eir show, and the pool is elaborately decorated for this event. Special recognition should be given to Miss Papa, the Advisor, and to Manager Debbie Green and her Assistant Manager Gretchen Ohm. Catalina Club sponsored one danc this year, and the members worked in the checkroom for the Sectional A.A.U. meetings. The ultimate goal of the club is to surpass the quality of the previous show

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158 FUTURE SECRET ARIES Future Secretaries, a relatively new club at Shaw, is a club designed to help those girls who plan to enter the business world. Guest speakers peak to the girls at some of the meetings, and they see informative movies at others. The twenty members meet the third Tuesday of each month to share their ideas and ambition. This year Future Secretaries held a candy sale, which was very successful and profitable for the club. FUTURE ECRET ARIES - Bottom Row: C. Littlepage, K. Mc Dougie,. Phipps, L. Jacobs, S. Hruska. Second Row: S. Johnson, R. La France, C. Whisenant, C. Yeager, J. Vogt. Thircl Row: liss Folmer, Advisor; M. Brooks, P. Gip on, S. Posipanka, L. Gipson, L. Clover. Fourth Row : M. Barton, S.Cros, J. High, K. O'Brien, C. Jones, S. Burrows, L. ewman, P. Grimes FUTURE SECRETARIES OFFICERS - Bottom Row: C. Littlepage, S. Hruska, R. La France, L. Gipson. Second Row : Miss Folmer, Advisor; L. Glover, G. Whisenant, S. Phipps, S. Johnson v,/,4: - 154

159 FRIENDSHIP CLUB Friendship Club was organized for the purpose of creating good will among the girls. For the holidays, the girls help out needy families and orphan~ with ~uclt thi11g;s as a Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas gifls. Re sides the bake sales in the lounge and the annual Parent-Daughter Banquet, the members of Friendship Club also sponsor the annual fall dance and May Queen. FRIEND HIP CLUB - Bottom Row: C. Harding, ecretary; S. Strasshofer, S. Salvano, L. Wood, M. English, P. Ledg er, f. Kelleher, President. Second Rau;: R. Risberg, D. Manley, M. ~1cFarlan<l, V. Vitale, A. McDermott, B. Pastuch. Third Rau;: D. Arn, Vice-President R. Pomi<lore, 0. Ru<lko, D. Davenport, D. Thornton, S. Hruska, Social Chairman L. Bright. Fourth Row : C. Retsch, Art Chairman; S. Douglass, Publicity Chairman; M. Schofield, Trea surer; M. Sylvester, K. Shoenberger, M. Sullivan. Not Pictured - M. Savinno 155

160 COLI EGE CLl'B - Boll om Rote B. \farn ie, E. Will iams, I. 1c 'aill, C. Harding, D. Ehrh,1r. 'i. Hart, P. neller. SC'conc/ Rote: L. Cipson, :\1. Carter, J. Fuhry, D. Arn, A. Creed, R \' ll)', D. Au,tin. Third Rou,: A. Lucas. P. Bro c:kmyer, Ct'reta ry; I. Galambush, S. Liw, :\. Wert. \ 'ice-president; P. Andr e\\'s, \V. Sowell, R. Janney. Fourth Row: J. Kundmillc r, B. Blunt, K. :\ C'uhauc>r, S. Cusick, D. Sd1erbel, J. D c>forest, P. Boporinie, T. Humphr eys, L. Jones. Fifth Rmc : K. \ 1arriott, F. Kramer, B. Aplin, J. \Vitt cn myer, P. Burgess, T. \\ 'al h, B. Williams, J. Lossing, R. Friebertshauser, S. \\'inkier, C. ~fatt ocks COLLEGE CLUB College Club is an organization which has been established to help students who plan to go on to college. It assists students in their choice of a college and the procedur s concerning application. In addition to its usual program, College Club sponsored a h'ip to the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University this year. 156

161 SKI CLUB SKl t~lud :',!El\ll:IERS Peckinp,11,i.rh, Janet Cart<-r. \klanie Ilrnnh<'r tone, ~,llr Crvslcr, Bill \lndsen. Karen Andrews, PPnn) Baird, '.\lary Bartsch, Sue Bezeredi. '.\like Rlnnt, Bonnie Burrows, Sharon Byrnes, Danny Chapman, Sue Clark, Dawn President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Under Secretary f'iark, D<'hhie Clark, andy Conaway, Don Cowles, Sue Cl1rsch1nan, Cnndy Fuhf}', Joan Gerbrick, n..,m Germame, J.rn,ce Gottron, Cathy Gottron, :',leg Green, Cindy Green, Debbie Hall, Patricia Hamilton, Jane Harley, Don Holmes, Pat Holzheimer, Debbie Hotes, Jackie Kafka, Jim Kafka, Tom Kay, Bonnie Lapin, Rose Lebda, Ken T,rihPrt. Betty Luci\!, G.iil tf~~ibn~f,f. Linda Mann, Janet Mason, Sally '.\!cfarland, '.\larcia l\!cx all, Margaret Puhl, Jim Pr trrs, Connie Peters, Pat Phelps, Lucy Psihounta8. Jo nnc Reardon, Barrie Reardon, Dale Robbins, Paula Rothaermel, '.\!ary Salvano, Sue Samson, Donna Scharschmidt, Linda Scherbel, Dean Schoenon, '.\!arty Schultz, Joyce, Shones, Pam Shrader, Ann Shrader, Nancy Sinclair, Jane Smith, Tom. npller, Phylll, Spolarich, Grrg Stevens, hnron Stevenson, Bonnie Straube, Conrad Thiele, Pat Troychak, Chris Valentine, Alice Voinovich,?\.lnry Ann Wagner, Cindy \\'illi:uns, Winkler, Bob Steve Wood, Sar" 157

162 BAND The Shaw High marching band, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Riccardi, is an active organization noted for its versatility. The marching band started drilling during the last week of August. They drilled in the morning on the football field, and they learned new music in the afternoons at Korb Lounge. They celebrated with a picnic at the end of this hard work period. The marching band performed during half-time at the football games during the fust ten weeks of school. At the end of this period, the marching band changed over to the Shaw High Concert Band, under the direction of S. Robert Fraser. The band, in this form, presented a spring concert. The band closed the year by changing back to a marching band to participate in the East Cleveland Memorial Day Parade. B 'D - BoHom Row : L. Phelps, f. Grant, V. Smith, J. Keister, B. Dennis, D. Petrie, S. Greenblatt, T. Robin.o n, G. Cross, R. ustaric, K. Dreifort, P. Arnold. Second Row: K. chuff, F. Clem,. Jone, B. Kerrigah, R. Wittke, D. Holzh eimer, S. Winkler, B. Yaxley, D. Mowr y, C. Yate A. Pearson, P. Smith. Third Row: J. \VeJJ, D. Seaman, C. Franks, P. Funari, B. Aplin, L. Summers, J. Way, J. Redding, S. Leuenberger, C. Hugh es, T. Cuzick. Fourth Row: S. Butler, B. Davie, B. Morgan, J. Sayre, B. Web ter, W. Scharsuy, R. Taylor,,. Linhart, R. Wiggins, N. Gibbs, 11. Sault, D. Reynolds, C. Lucas. Fi~h Row: E. Rose, J. Pattie, J. Bevacqua, J. Knaggs, J. Homri ghaus en, M. Waugh, M. Hagerty, J. Roth, C. Gephart, M. Ott, J. Harrell, J. Cocker, J. Ralls 158

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164 ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr.. Robert Fraser and ~Ir. Joseph Riccardi, the lurn High Orchestra undertook many ta ks during the chool year. The orchestra played for thp traditional Veteran's Day Program in Nov mber, and they provided entertainment for the Chri tmas program. The annual spring musical, South Pacific, also usen the services of the ord1 h a. The orchestra brought the year to an end by playing for the commencement exerci es at Severance Hall. This hard-working organization deserves recognition for their perseverance, ability and success. ORCHESTRA - Bottom Rou;: C. Ector, D. Grega, V. Well., C. Grossman, N. Calambu h, C. Turner, K. Fag erburg, L. Scharschmiclt, T. ).litri,. \\ 'inkier, A. Pear,on. Second Rou;: B. Burgener, J. Dauchy, K. Akiya, D. Clark, B. RC',irclon, G. Luca\. ~lason, ~1. Calambush, F. Clem, L. anker, T. Fuller. Tliircl Ro te: C. Cro s, B. Da, ies, P. Funari, E. Rose. S. Butler, J. Pattie, J. Knagg. Fourth Rote : S. GreC'nhlatt, D. Cunningham, T. Brennan, J. Well, ~1. Fo\\'ler, T. Cuzick, N. Gibbs, R. ollier, B. Webster, D. Harley 160

165 RHYTHM TEENS RIIYTU!-.1 TEE:\'S - Bottom Rou:: J. Bavacqua, E. Ro~e, J. Pattie, J. Knaggs. Second Rote: R. Kt nncdy, K. ehuff, C:. C:ro,sman, K. Fagerburg, B. Reardon,. Johmun, D. Po\\ l'l,. Third Rou;: A. Haag, J. Sehultz, S. Crl'enhlatt, B. \\' C'b,t<-'r, C..\lastrobuono, G. Thompson. Fourth Rou:: B. Aplin, S. \\' ood, D. Cunningham, C. King, D. Holzh eimer, P. Funari, B. \\ illiams. Fifth Rote: l:3. Ho~s, J.!:>ayre, ~1r,. Hones,.\Ir. l: raser, S. \\ inkler, B. Cry!er The haw High Rhythm Teens, elected mu icians and vocalists, who entertain with an original and professional air are chosen on the ha i of ability and per rnna li"v from Shaw' various mu ical organization. Good showmanship must be acquired in order to present their programs. This organization, which has enterlai m:j audiences since 1953, performs for audiences throughout 'or theastem Ohio, such as tl1e alvation nny, the Reel Cm~ Awards, Kiwani, Cleveland's City Club i:md the Girl Scouts. 161

166 CONCERT CHOIR AND MIXED CHORUS Under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Ilon s, th Shaw High Concert Choir and 1ixed Chorns have become a celebrated faction of East Cleveland. The e groups perform hvice a year together at the Chri tmas Concert and the Spring Festival. The Concert Choir, which is the most select group, also displays its mu ical talents at the Veteran's Day program, the Home and Flower how, the Lake Erie League Choir Festival, at Severance Center for a Christmas program, and at the \Vomen's Club. A final concert at Severance Hall for the commencement program conclude the year. The choir sings in octets and quartels instead of the usual ectional arrangement. The music they sing is in four to eight parts, both accompanied and a capella. This year the choir worked on new trends in music and with the sound of dissonance for the first time. Both groups are concerned with p rformance and music apprecialion, and many aypes of music, such as religious, folk, and stage arc explored. Musical selections used by both choirs have been found comparable to those used by many colleges. East Cleveland and its nearby suburbs have rewarded both groups with praise. CHOIR - Rottom Row: C. Dussing, 1. Howe, D. Trombley, M. Marino, M. Putnam, P. Hummer, C. Yeager, S. Hart, B. \\ 'ebb, P. Funari. Second Row: li. Evens, L. Stepien,!\I. 1alone), J. Medikb, D. Sam on, S. Booker, G. Kidd, C. Roberson, E. Lyndall, S. Krabcr, D. Powers. Third Row: J. Psihounta, J. Lossing, D. Farmer, K. Fagerburg, C. Pet rs, T. Fuller, S. llumberstone, A. Lucas, R. Kennedy, V. Vitale, B. Aplin, K. chuff. Fourth Row: J. ichols, R. Centa, P. Engle, C. Rittenburg, M. Galambush, B. Williams, C. Gephart, J. Courtney, B. Ross, C. fastrobuono, D. Holzh eimer CHORUS - Bottom Row: H. Matson, S. Weeks, S. Van Pelt, 1. Jones, L. Hyde, S. Blair, L. Jennings, L. Hope, K. Vinton, 1. Simpson. Second Row: C.,iles, B. Williams, C. Mallory, P. Dawson, 11. Homrighausen, L. Bevan, B. Fosh, V. Proios, T. Bull, B. Grayson. Third Row: '. Blossom, L. Mears, B. Wert, S. Wild, L. Yarborough, D. Kosinski, D. Pennell, A. 1cDermott, D. Clark, P. Palmer, A. 1cKee. Fourth Row: L. Frye, J. Skipper, J. Hageman, C. Fleming, L. folles, C. Brandt, L. Vaiginis, D. Whitemore, J. Kovatch, B. Hogan, H. Wilkins

167 CHOIR - Bottom Row: C. King, S. Johnson, S. Volweiller, C. Redmond, S. Dennis, J. Bevacqua, M. Palmer, D. l\1cgaughey, J. Phipps, 1\1. Billington, B. Blunt, R. LaFrance, Second Row: D. Hughes, S. Greenblatt, S. Bartsch, B. Reardon, S. tewart, J. Hamilton, L. Leibert, K. Williams, P. Shones, L. Lowry, D. Hanawalt. Third Row: A. Haag, J. Leverenz, L. 'cha rschmidt, K. Mad. en, R. Moss, A. Warman, B. Crysler, L. Shaw, D. Engle, K. Lebda,. Gouger. Fourth Rau;: J. chultz, C. Thompson, B. Griffin, W. Seaman, S. Wood, D. Winkler, P. tone, B. Davies, J. Stone, T. Rawley, J. Peckinpaugh CHORUS - Bottom Row: J. Lewi., T. Rittenburg, 0. Weldon, C. Hart,. Ellert, E. Psihoun tas, G. Gianzuggo, V. Alan, L. Lauchy, C. Kraber. Second Rote: G. Hernden, R. mall. E. Hantak, D. Reardon, D. Chapman, P. Robbins, J. Richard on, P. Paine. Third Row: :\I. Colman, R. Clark, D. Hill, J. Whitfield, D. Van Pelt, P. Adams, R. eely, G. Eanes, T. Ryser. Fourth Row: T. Kovatch, F. Lewis, V. Jones, D. Du sing, S. teven, H. Henderson, P. Peter, R. Edwards, R. Spalding

168 SERVICE CLUB Service Club is an organization which helps with many of the school's activitie. It is comprised of members who devote their time and energy for the b nefit of Shaw students. Our library aide help to keep the library in ar organiz d and orderly condition. Included in their many activities are taking attenclam.:e, delivering notic s, arranging magazines, and designing displays. Their help is greatly appreciated. After chool, leisure would not be complete without the help of those wl10 work behind the concession tand. They spend many extra hours serving the students. Mu ic is supplied in the lounge during lunch, after school, at dances, and at rallies by the Korb Sound Crew. Shaw tudents are kept informed of chool events by the members of Audio Vi ual and Public Address. They also help in supplementary education. SOU, D CREW - Bottom Row: C. Maxwell, C. Jones. Second Row: J. es er, K. Williams PUBLIC ADDRESS - C. Maxwell, R. Palmer, K. Marriott AUDIO-VISUAL- Bottom Row: J. Phipps, F. Remenyi, M. ault. Second Row: R. Palmer, K. Marriott, Pajak, W. Bunkley, J. oecler, J. esser 164

169 LIBRARY AIDES - Bottom Row: J. Stofko, G. Liupi, P. Hruska,. Johnson, D. Brown. econd Row: P. Holme, M. McFarland, K. Shoenb rger, K. Hanrahan,. Burroughs. Third Rote: P. mith, J. Pernell, L. Cook, S. Flynn, K. cubaucr. Fourth Row: D. \Vhitt en, L. Bright, A. Warith, R. Moss, M. Beachler, K. Forcht CO CESSIO - Bottom Row: R. Iwata, fanager; M. McCann, B. Fosh, E. Hantak, L. Mears, D. Lindsey. Second Row: L. Gip on, P. Carey, M. Sylve ter, M. Grime, J. Glover, L. Bright, C. Maxwell. Third Row: C. Jone, Manager ; C. Gottron, S. Steven, C. Green, Manager; G. Kidd, C. Hart, L. King 165

170 TV CREW TV CREW - Bottom Row: C. Maxwell, M. ault, J. Phipps, F. Remenyi, I. Rae, B. Fortlagc. Second Row: R. Palmer, K. l\farriott, \V. Bunkley, J. Pajak, J. Soeder, A. Bevan STAGE CREW STAGE CREW - Bottom Row: S. Langmack, L. Overton, P. Shackelford, D. Sawyer. Second Row: N. Pearse, L. orris, H. Leichner. Third Row: T. Weigel, B. Cathey, S. Alaimo, A. Bevan. Fourth Row: R. Easton, B. Down, N. Koch, R. Cannavino 166

171 GUARD CLUB GUARD CLUB - Bottom Row: M. E. Barton, D. Price, ecretary; C. Curschman, President; J. Dauchy, S. Clark, J. Medeikis. Second Row : M. Brass, N. Pea"c, D. tevcnson, D. Lann, D. Arn, B. Reardon. SWIM LEADERS SWI 1 LEADER - Bottom Row: L. Stanek, J. Allen, D. Price, M. Gottron, K. Aki a, M. Chabrand. econd Row: D. Green, B. \\ 'ebb, D. Clark, 11. Clru k, '. Pear e, A. Byers. 167

172 MATH DISCUSSION GROUP MATH DI CUSSTON GROUP - Bottom Row: V. Molesch, President, A. 1olesch, I. Toma ~chek, \V. Bell. Second Row: L. Tomaschek, VicP-President, T. Freeman, A. Fritz, D. Scherbel. Third Row: W. Bunkley, F. Ki/amer, J. Soeder, K. farriott CHESS CLUB CHESS CLUB - Bottom Row: W. Bell, T. Freeman, T. Gilmore, T. Rafferty, II. Dearden, B. Hruska. Second Row: J. Wert, J. Kreutzberg, B. Joelson, N. Fotinos, V. Molesch, J. McCarthy. Third Row:. Butler, C. Rittcnberg, Vice-Pre ident; H. Wilkin, J. Cypher, President; K. Thomas, T. Fuller, K. Marriott 168

173 FRENCH CLUB FRE 1 CH CLUB - Bottom Row: V. Wells, P. Tubbs, C. Hardin~, President, C. Cumbcrworth, D. Ehrhar,.r". eice. Second Row: J. Skipper, N. Shrader, I\f. Putnam, D. Thornton, \V. Bell.]. tccarthy,. tc\ ens. Third Row: R. Pomidore, E. Murphy, K. Poore, A. Lucas, Vice-Pre ident; D. Arn, ccretary-treasurcr; l; Hr mclon. Fottrth Row: L. Molles, V. Ward, 1. Holly, C. Whatley, T. Humphrey, M. Grant GERMAN CLUB GE R 1AN CLUB- Bottom Row: G. Burdette, J. Guinea, C. I\lattocks, 1. Hartley, S. Bealowski, E. Negenbom, C. Whit<, T. \ farrow, J. Clampi tt, C. Rittenburg, S. Wink ler, J. Wittenmyer. Second Rew:: J. Cyphers, J. Sayre, L. Jones, C. \\'either, R. Rrn m, T. Gc~t. T. W ickline, B. W illiams, J. Ward le, P. Janmey, K. I\1arriott, T. Fuller. Third Row: S. Jack on, B. Clark,. Barhc-h, C. Kral>l'r, S. Voll.veiler, T. Gilmore, T. Rafferty, J. Flowers, C. Gray, M. Rothaerrnel, Secretary; D. Harley, B. Cho,man, J. Rall,, P. Yynch, T. irak, E. Willi ams. Fourth Row: Mr. VanCa len, Adv isor; I. Tomaschek, P. Funari, K. Madsen, P. Thiel, J. Pec kinpaugh, J. chultz, D. Clark, L. Schar chmidt, P. Sneller, D. Price, lj. Clark, C. Gottron, II. Henderson, K. Fagcrburg,. ndler, K. chuff. Fifth Row: J. Ilageman,. \Vood. L. Stout, M. Kleitz, B. Gri ffey, P. Andrews, R. Jamncy, 1. Brass, I\1. Fowler, D. Van Pelt, T. Ryser,. Retsch, I\1. Linamen, K. Rebch, J. Krnher, C. Peters, J. Stone. i:tth Row: J. Kreutzherg, J. \ Vert.. Fotinos, J., pithas, L. BeachlPr, I\!. Hagert>, J. Caufield. J. Dreifort, B. Clampitt, R. Davi, E. Shrader, D. Dussing, B. \\ 'eh,tcr, E. Schwencll r, :\fr. Kbu:s, clvisor. Seeentl, Ro,r: B. \ Ve,tcott. 0. Kleinhenz, R. Centa, J. Janson, J. Leverenz, T. Kafka, P. Gaizutis, \ \'. Hastings, T. \\'alsh, Vice-Presick nt; n Fri he11,h.m,rr, r.. Narbutait is, D. Powers, C. Rose, D. Sche rbel, L. Toma chek, B. Ly1ch, I\L I\fcDougle, B. Booth, D. Petrie 169

174 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 'ATIO ' AL IIOl\'OR OCIETY- EW :O,IE f BER - Rottom Rote: D. PaltiC', L.?'-.lcekC'r, P. 1 hi le, :'\I. cholwl. B. \fa, nic, L. Gip on, T. Cilmorc,. Cray, L. Jacohs. 'ccond Rou : ).,villiams, J. Psihou11ta, D. Dlunt,C. Pctcrs,C.,ro,sman,. Ilumbt:r~ton,, K. l\lu<lsen, L. Schar,l'hmidt,. Burrow. Third Rote: B. Pace, l\l Fedel!, B. \Vebb, K. Cech, S. Howard, D. Trombley, J. \Vittenmcycr, T. Freeman. Fowth Row: R. Friebert haus er, D. Lann, B. Ro, J. Leibert, C. l\fattoch, T. Smith, C. Rittenberg, J. Wert, B. Gest "ATIONAL no;s.;or SOCIETY - FORl\lER IE\!BER - Bottom Row: B. Reardon, Secretary; R. La France, \I. Gottron, A. Schrackr, C.. Harclinir.. GougN. A. Luca. Second Rote: J. Schultz,. Cbrk, Treasurer; C. Hill, E. \Veinrich, C. Troychak, D. Samson, N. \Vert. Third Rote: B. \\ 'e stcott,. Blossom, L. Toma,chek, \\ '. Aplin, \ 'ic:e-presi<ll'nl;. McKay, P. l\leyer,. Winkler, President, J. ayre SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SPANISH NATIO, AL HONOR SOCIETY - Bottom Row: R. Mitri, R. Iwata, B. Rudy, J. Yo hioka, P. Robbins, C. Cray, R. LaFranc e,. Bartsch, M. Gottron, B. Reardon, A. hrad er. econcl Row :. Hart, Vice-President ; L. 1eeker, Treasurer ; S. lathanson, H. Evan, C. Giles, E. Crover, P. Arnold, 8. Kay, \1. Carter, C. Green, K. ~eubauer. Third Row: R. llill, D. Pattie, B. Sengt>r, K. ]l'well, J. Psihountas, S. Gouger,,. Grossman, A. Valentine, K. fadsen, C. Hill, B. Leibert, S. Cusick. Foorth Row: B. Aplin, B. Webb,. \Vert, D. amson, S. Douglass, F. Clt>m, B. amson, S. Blossom, President ; B. Blunt, N. Flagg, W. Hastings, T. Ander on 170

175 FUTURE NURSES FUTURE URSE - Bottom Row : M. Savino, President; L. Wood, M. Williams, C. Gephart, E. cheel, V. uttles. Second Ron :. hartz, D. D,wcnport, L. Hunt er, K. choenb rger, ~1. Polk, L. John on. Third Rote: J. Zimmerman, lj. Sipos, G. Jones, i's. Whitehead, B. Griffey, C. \Vesley, Secretary. Fourth Rou;: J. Germaine, E. tiner, Y. tewart, F. Cook, A. Tucker, \V. Price A.F.S. COMMITTEE AMERICA FIELD SERVICE - Bottom Row: -. Wert, Chairman; R. Yaxley, B. Reardon, T. Hall, A. F.. tudent ; A. hradcr, 1\. Shrader,. Lucas. Second Row :. Wood, C. Hill, D. am on, S. Bio som, D. Trombley, L. Scharschmidt, B. am on 171

176 ADAMS, MARGARET Peg 1851 tanwood Rd Cleve land St11te Futun "ur C'S, Shnw Pre se nt!;, lllonitor, Band, lllixed Chorus ADA~!S,!ARY Mayola Forest Hill Avenute Cuyahoga Comn,unity-Business ALAJ 10, JAMES Jim 1887 Chapman Dyke, Cleveland State - Bu iness College Club, Freshman \\ ' restling ALAil\10, RICHARD 1887 Chapman Lll-5731 Florist Monitor, Orchestra Freshman Wrestling ALAIMO, SAL Alionso 1887 Chapman Lll-5731 S/1oe Repair Freshman and J. V.,vr estling ALLE, ROBERT Bobby 1267 l\lelbourne Rd Physical Education fonjtor, Varsity Football, Varsity Ra skpthall. V,U'sity Track AL TO:-J, PATRICIA Pat 1639 Lnkefont ALVAREZ, RICHARD Rick 1831 lilt. Union Street Electronic Comput er Program Institute-Computer Programmer Monitor A DERSO, MICHAEL 1756 Amherst J. V. Wrestling A DREWS, JACQUELYN Jackie 1401 Lakefront Ave Community College, Dyke Business Mixed Chorus A 'DREWS, PENNY 1117 Mt. Vernon Blvd Student Council, Gennan Club, College Club, Friendship Club, Ski Club, Monitor APLIN, BILL Appy Alder Ave Purdue-Chemical Engineering Student Council, National Honor Society, Vice-President, Shaw Presents, Band, Choir, \fixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Spanish, National Honor Society, Semor Class President AR ' OLD, PAULA PJ Elm Ave Michigan State - Veterinarian Monitor, Band, Spanish National Honor Society ARTil\1, PATRICIA Pattie 1824 Chapman Airlin e Steu:11rdess College Club, Friendship Club, Art Chairman, Monitor ATWATER, HENRY Hank 1869 F armington Rd Kent State - Physical Educatiori Freshman, J. V., Varsity,vrestlinl?: Freshman, Varsity Track ; J. V., Varsity Basebal l, Cross Country AUSTIN, DOROTHY 1200 Bender Ave C.C.C., Clcocland Sta tc- Teacl, ing Student Council, Future Teachers, Future Nurses, Future Secretaries College Club, G.A.A. BAGNATO, MADELINE 2075 Alton Rd Monitor SENIOR INDEX Maddy BAILEY, THOMA Q.P Sp eed way Overlook ULl-4280 Kent State Fre hman, J.V., Varsity Foot ball ; Freshman, J.V., Varsity \\'n ~ stling; Fre shman, Varsity Track BAIRD, fary A. 'e lla Elderwood Ave F11did. Glrnvillc Romital-X-Ray Technicia11 Future ' urses, Ski Club, Monitor, G.A.A. BA NING, DA:-IIEL Dan 1749 Amherst Rd U. C. L. A. - Electronic Technician, Journalist Momtor, Varsity Track BARTSCH, SUE Henl ey Rd Hillsdal e College - Elementary Education Student Council, Canteen Council, German Club, ki Club, haw Presents, Momtor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Cheerleader, HI-Liters, G.A.A., Spanish National Honor ociety BELL, NEATWOOD King Bell 1972 Hayden Air Fnrce- Art Mixed Chorus; Freslunan, Varsity Track BERENS, BILL Breezlie 1843 Hasting Ave I Kent State-B11sin,tss German Club, J.V., Varsity Swimming BEUKEMA, JOH 1358 Elwood Rd. P Cleveland Institute of Art German Club, Art Club, Rim, Freshman Football BEVACQUA, JOHN Ardenall Cleveland State Shaw Presents, Orchestra, Band, Choir. Mixl'd Choms, Rhythm Teens, Varsity Baseball BEVAN, ALEXA 1DER Axle Elm Avenue Coast Guard - Folk Singer Shaw Presents, Band, Mixed Chorus BIZZELL, FRED Bizzell 1166 Bender Ave Kent - Business Education Gym Leaders, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football; Freshman, J.V., Varsity Ba ketball; Varsity Track BLA KENSIITP, MAJORIE Marge Euclid Ave I.B.M. Training Coll el?e Club, Friendship Club, lllonitor, Choir, ~lixed Chom s, G.A.A., Arn,y - avy, Smith -Vas sur, A.C., Cym Lender BLEVINS, LARRY 1450,t Northfield Ave Dowe BLOSSOM, STEPHE Steve 1145 Hereford Rd Boston U.. 1ract1se U. Spanish ational Honor Society. Pn sident, Secretary ; S t u d e n t Council, National Honor Society, Art Club President, A.F.S. BLYTHING, BRl.iCE Road Ruaner 1845 Van Buren M iami U.-B11si,wss Education :\ton itor, Vtn~jty, Freshman Track, Cross Country BOOTH, PAT Mn) fair Ave. Boothie Secretary Friendship Club, Monitor C.A.A., wim Leader BORCZIAK, BRUCE Point 1310 Coit Ave \1 ecltariic Sc/1001- M echanic BOWMAN, MERVYN Merv 1740 Lakefront i\ir Force Varsity Football ; J.V., Varsity Basketball BOYD, JAMES 1839 P~nro st Westem Reserve- Doctor Jim BRADLEY, HELENE 1869 Hastings l.b.m. Student Council, Monitor, Mixed Chon1s BRASS, MARY Bird 1828 Rosemont Rd. GL Bowling Gree11 Univ ersity-marine Biologist Student Council, Canteen Council, Gernuin Cl\lb, Colleg e Club, Friendsb;p Clnh, Guard Club, Officials Club, Monitor, Freshman Cheerleader, J.V. Cheerleader, Mascot, G.A.A., Army- 'avy, A.C., Gym Leader BRIDGEWATER, Lakefront G),n Leader EAR 'E ST Skipper BROCKMYER, PATRICIA Peanut Butter Savannah Ave Cleveland Stat e- Psychologist Student Council, Future Teachers, College Club, Monitor, Spanish National Honor Society BROCKMYER, ROBERT Bob Savannah Ave. 5.U-5604 C/aoeland Stat l'- Electrical Eneineer Mom tor BROW ', ROBERT Brown 1204 Bender Ave Kent, Ashland!\fonilur, Gynt Leader, J.V., Var sity Football; J.V., Varsity Bas kptball ; Freshman,vrestling, Varity Track BROWN, SHERRL Candy Strathmore Ave Dyke Business-Medical SecretanJ G.A.A. BROW, TOM T.S Plymouth Place Monitor, J.V., Varsity Football; Freshman, J.V. Wr esiling BRYANT, HOLLIS RPor Cot 1665 Elberon Case Tec ll- Constnu :tiun Eugiucer Varsity Wrestling BUCHHOLTZ, ILENE Twitchy Euclid Ave. Mu Euclid Academy nf Brautu Culture- Beautician BUGGS, CORTLAND 1200 orth Lockwood Freshman, J.V., Football; Freshman, J.V., Varsity, vrcstling ; Fres h man, Varsity Track BUNKLEY, WILLIAM 1887 Ro<emond Rd. Bill Akron U.-Mcclianical or Electrical Engineer Math Club, Discussion Group, Audio Visual Club T.V. BURGE, MARVIN Mann Ave Ohio U.-Corporatiori Lawy er Coat BURGESS. PAUL 2046 Brunswick Rd. l\fo Mal one Collcgr- Brain Surgeon College Club, Band BURKE, JOHN 1719 Elinore Ave. MU C.S.U., J.C.U.- Teache r RURROGHS. SELENA 1356 East 141 Street Kent Stat e Monit or, G.A.A., Smith-Va ssar J.B. B URR OW, SHARON 1364 Hampton Rd E11gineer Coll ege Club, Fri endship Club, Ski Club, Shuttl e, fonitor, G.A.A. BUTCHART, DA VE Butch Plymouth Plac e UL G.M.c;. School - Auto Mcclwnic Swim Leader CAMMARATA, VITA 1859 Taylor MU Monitor CAMPBELL, JILL KittPn Shaw Ave C.C.C.-Sal es Clerk, PBX Operator G.A.A., Library Aid CANNAVIKO, RAYMOND Ray 1720 Shaw Ave. Mom tor CARROLL. PEGGY Little Bit 1263 E. 137 St Monitor, Mixed Chorus CASTELLA 0, LOUISE l :l41.5 Shaw Ave. Lou Community Colleg e- Me<lical Assistant Le Masque, Friendship Future Club, Service Nurses, Club, Mon itor CASTLE. GEORGENE J eanie Savannah Art School-Comm ercial Artist Friendship Club, Monitor, G.A.A. C UFIE LD, l!olly Hot Forest Hills Blvd Ohio U., A{iami U.- Etlu ea tion tud ent Council, Monitor, G.A.A., Swim Leader CHEVERS, DE ' NIS 1742 Lakefront CIII LTON, LEAH Leme th Ave Commuuity CQll cgc- Sc crc tary Futur e Secretaries, Monitor CHRISTIE. CA THIE Katie 1418 East 133 Street Huron Road School of Nursing Nur~ e Stud en t Council, College Club, Friendship Ch1ly-G.A.A., Monitor CLA CY, JOYCE 1728 Lakefront l'alson odcl Future Teachers, Future Nurses CLARK, ~larllyn Mamie 2098 Mt. Vernon Katlwrinc Gibbs - Exec. SccrctanJ Studt. nl Council, Canteen Coun cil, Future Secretaries, Ski Club, Timers Club, Monitor, Catalina Club, Swim Leader 172

177 CLARK, SANDRA Sandy 3375 Holllster Rd Northwestern University-Science Student Council, National Honor Society, College Club, Ski Club, Guard Club, Timers Club, Monitor, Catalina Club, Mixed Chonis, Hi-Liters, Swim Leaders COFFEY, ERNEST Instant Ardenall Ave Lincoln u,1iverslty Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball CONAWAY, DON 1859 Stanwood Ave Medical Technician Ski Club COOK, FRANCINE Potomac Huron Road School of Nursing Student Council Alternate, Future Nurses, College Club, Friendship Club, Mixed Chorus, J.V. Cheerleader, J.V. Cheerleader Manager, G.A.A., Army-Navy, Smith-Vassar COONEY, PATRICK Elderwood Ave Dyke-Accountant Monitor Pat COOPER, BEVERLY Cookie 1083 Carlyon Road 681-,5030 Nursing School-Nurse G.A.A. COTHEY, WILLIAM Bill Orinoco Ave. Rlll Cleveland State-Business Gym Leaders, Freshman Football COURT EY, JONATHAN Jon Northvale Blvd University of Cincinnati-Business Student Council, Shuttle, Choir Mixed Chorus, Swim Leaders, J.V., Varsity Swimming, Tennis CRAWFORD, ULYSSES Mann Ave CRENSHAW, EVELYN Connie 1176 North Lockwood Ave Cuyahoga CommunJty - SecretanJ Future urses, G.A.A. CROMARTIE, CAROL Strathmore Clothing Designer Monitor CROSS, GREGORY Gregg 1250 North Lockwood Ave, C/Poeland Tnstitute - Commercial Artist Art Club, Monitor, Orchestra, Band, Swim Leaders, Fre6hman, J.V., Varity Wrestling CROSS, WILLIAM 1773 Ddmoot Auto Mechasic, Musician Gym Leader, Freshman Football, J.V. Basketball CUMBERWORTH, CARLEY Punky 1844 Alvason Road Oh io State French Club, Monitor CURSCHMAN 1 CA DICE Candi 1132 Hereford Rd Bowling Green State University Elementary Education Student Council, Ski Club, Guard Club President, Timers Club President, Monitor, Catalina Club Treasurer, H i-liter Manager, G.A.A., Anny-Navy Cheer leader, Swim Leader CUSICK, SALLY Terrace ttd Cleveland State University-Medical Technician Spani:;.h National Ilonor Society, College Club, Monitor, G.A.A. DASTOLFO, CO!\'RAD John 1883 Knowles Apprentio hip Program Freshman, J.V. Football; J.V. \Vrestling DA VTS, THOMAS Jerry Shaw Ave Community College - Printing Monitor DEBEVEC, JAMES 1836 Stanwood Rd R.O.T.C. DEFOREST, JOHN 900 Ravine Drive Hiram College-Sociolog11 College Club, Varsity Wrestling Managit!r DEGRAPHENREED, Graham Fall Business College-Legal Secretary Monitor DIPETTA, JIM 1871 Roxbury Engineer VETREL Vee Dee J.D. DODSO, GERALD Spanky 1277 Allendale Miami-Accountant German Club, Monitor, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman Basketball DONOVAN, JAMES Jimmy D 470 East U.C.L.A.-Commercial Artl<'t J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman Wrestling, J.V., Varsity Baseball DORAN, JAMES 1746 Silver St Lawrence DOUGLASS, SUSA, 1990 Reyburn Rd Michigan State, Ohio State Joumalism Spaouh National Ilonor Society, Sludcmt Co u n c i 1 Alternate, Friendship Club Secret a r >', Friendship Club Vice-President, Monitor, Mixed Chorus DREIFORT, CATHY Bird 836 Caledonia Rd S68 Cleveland State-Education Monitor. Band Secretary-Treasurer DUNCA, JOSEPH Buzz 1968 Hayden Avenue EANES, GAIL Fuzzy 1075 Thornhill Drive Bowlilll( Green State University Journalism College Club, Timers Club, Shaw Presents, Rim, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Le Masque EASTO, RON 1771 Eddy Rd Fisk University-Psychology ECKEL, JOSEPH Butch 2193 Taylor Cleveland State Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman, J.V. Wrestling EDWARDS, JOE 1253 Rozelle Avenue Country EVANS, CAROL East 143 St Victor Bu~iness School-Secretar11 FANSLAU, LAURA 947 eln View Rd Ohio State-Elementary Educati-On Gennan Club, Future Teachers District Secretary, Future Teachers Historian, Future Teachers Treasurer, College Club, Math Discussion Croup, ~ion ijt or. G.A.A. F AR:\fER, DIANNE 1023 Thornhill Drive Syracuse University-Fashion Designer Monitor, Choir, Mixed Chorus FLAGG, NA CY 1A27 \Vadena St Ohio University-Elementary Education Monitor, Varsity Cheerleader, G.A.A., Spanish National Honor Society FORD, LAUREN Lonni Mann Ave Kent-Nursing Friendship Club, Spanish National Honor Society FORDYCE, DO A 936 Nela View Rd College of 'Wooster-Secondary Education Student Council, College Club, Friendship Club Secretary, Monitor, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A. FORESTALL, KE Caledonia Cleveland State-Industrial Accountant German Club, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football FOX, ROBERT Bob 1741 Eastham Ave. Rochester Institute of Technology Monitor FRAME, JIM 924 Selwyn Armed Service Diamond Jim FRJEBERTSHAUSER, REIN! The Kaiser 2261 Taylor Rd DePauw Univcr~ity-Pre-Law Student Council Vice-President, Canteen Council President, German Club Vice-President, Gem,an Club President, College Club, ki Club, Art Club, Monitor, Freshman Wrestling FRIEDLANDER, GARY 1299 East 142 St Armed Service Monitor, Gym Leaders, Swim Leaders FRYE, LINDA 1668 Hower, No Cleveland Srare- Educati-On, Business Administration Future Teachers Secretary, Monitor, Mixed Chorus GALAMllUSH, MARILYN 1834 Chapman Ave Bowling Green College Club, Friendship Club, Orchestra, Choir, Mixed Chorus GALLITTO, ELAI 'E Kookie 1879 Brightwood Victor Busi,ws School - Secretary GANNON, JOH, 1743 Collamer Armed Service Ren GAREL, LAURA Devil 1772 Auburndale Patricia Stevens Modeling School Future Nurses GEPHART, CAROLYN Red Shaw Ave Mount Yermm-N,ir e, J\!lnlonan, Futur" Nurses, Monitor, Band, Choir, G.A.A. GILLIAM, GEORGE GG J,'ourth Ave International Data Proceufni Institute-CompuMr PrOirammer, Electrical Engineer Monitor GIPSON, BURl\ELL Gravel Euclld Cuyahoga Communit11 Colle11e Education V;,.r1ity Trnd,, Cross Country GIPSO, LINDA Gip 1168 orth Lockwood Miami Unlverki111-Medlcal Seen tary Student Council, French Club, Future Nur <', Futur s~~rettlrie<, CQllege Club, Officials Club, Service Club, G.A.A., Army Navy, Smith-Vassar GLOVER, GLORIA Loui<e 1269 Rozelle Practical Nur mi: v1lljol Future Nunc"t GLOVER, LINDA 1643 Holyoke Ave Cuyahoga Communit11 Co!lcg11- Legal Secretary Future Sc-cretnriP< Treru:urer, Morutor, G.A.A. GOODWI:-, OTA 'NE Legs Diamond 1767 Auburndale l'atricia Ste ens Mtldaling School CT.A.A., Smith-V,mnr GOTTRO, MARION Me Brewster Rd Denison Unioersity-Psychology ationol Honor Society, Ski Club, Monitor, Catalina Club, 'AiAc<1 Chorus, Freshman, J,V,, Varsity Cheerleader, G.A.A.. Swirn Lend ers, Sp an Is h National Honor Society GOUGER, SH RON tnrfhh Fenemore Rd Vanderbilt University-<.,hemical Research ational Honor Society, Sp, t ch Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor, Cntnlinn Club Mana11:er, Choir, :O.ii.~ed Chorus, G.A.A. GRA T, CA'l'HERl'\E r.uth> 974 Bnm wick Rd, Oberlin, Cleveland ln,yhtu!o o/!,i usic-m usician Friendship Club, Rim Co-Editor, Sht1Hle, Orchestra, Rhythm TPPns GRA 'T, JIM Sni:ar n.. a, 1776 North Taylor Bowling Green - Pilot Canteen Council, College Club, Monitor, Band, Cnn Lenders GRAVES, WILLIAM Willie 1890 Sheldon Rd T.W.A.-Air Line Steward, Per- 301lllCI Manager Art Club, Shaw Presen ts, Mom tor GRAY. SCOl 1!?39 outh Belvolr Blvd Monitnr, J. V,, Varo,ty Football, Freshman, J. Bnsk.ctbpU, J.V., Varsity Baseba ll 173

178 GREE, DEBBIE Greenpod Brewster Rd Centenary Junior College-Eleml!fltary Education Sh1dent Council Alternate, Future Teachers, Ski Club, Timers Club, Monitor, Catalina Club Manager, G.A.A., Swim Leaders GREENBLATT, STUART Grouse 915 Ravine Drive Bowling Green-Public Relations Ski Club, Shaw Presents, Orchestra, Band, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens~ Tennis GREGGS, THOMAS 3398 Winsford Rd Cuyahoga Community College Business Administration Monitor, Swim Leaders, J.V. Swimming GUNDER, TONY 1726 North Taylor Freshman, Varsity Football, Freshman, J.V. Basketball, Varsity Track, Varsity Baseball GU N, GOLDIE Pancho 1828 Farmington Rd Gilcad-M issionary French Club, Art Club, Speech Club, Monitor GU SCH, JOHN Jack 938 Ravine Lakeland Community College Ski Club, Monitor GUZICK, CAROLYN Carol Claiborne Rd Secretary German Club, Fuhue Nurses, College Club. Friendship Club HAAG, AL Hooker Strathmore Ohio Wesleyan Shaw Presents, Monitor, Choir, Rhythm Teens, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Cross Country HA GEMA, KATHLEEN 1111 Hereford Rd. Kathy Bowling Green German Club, Shaw Presents, Future Shuttle, Nurses, Monitor HAINES, KAREN Val 8310 Midland Rd Monitor, G,A.A. HALL, ALFRED 1874 Wadena Cleveland State-Accountant Bunk HALL, PATRICIA Trish Savannah Ave Victoria University-Anthropology, Social Work Student Council, Canteen Council, Ski Club, Shaw Presents, A.F.S., Band, G.A.A. HANN, TOM FPnemore Rd Rochester Institute of Technology -Industrial or Commercial Desig,1, Art Club, Rim, Monitor, Mixed Chorus HARDING, CECILIA Ces 2065 Hanover Drive Mount Holyoke National Honor Society, French Club President, College Club, Friendship Club Secretary, Shaw Presents, G.A.A. HARRIS, JUDY 1215 Lakefront Secretary Future Se<:"retaries, Monitor, G.A.A. HARRIS, SHIRLEY 1773 Elberon K.l'ut Stat(: Bu.iin,e$l/ Edu< :ation Future Secretaries, Friendship Club, Monitor HARRISO, JOH Chris 1719 Hartshorn W-ritrr, Director. Actor College Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor, Le Masque HARTLEY, MOFFIT Muffet 1729 Coit Ave IBM School-Computer Programming German Club, Monitor HARTORY, GERRY Emily Ave Secretary Friendship Club, Speech Club, G.A.A., Army-Navy, Smith-Vassar HEDDERMAN, WILLIAM Willie 832 Caledonia Manager of Heating Company HILL, JERELENE Emily St. HILL, CHRISTINE Chris Terrace Rd University of l\ficl,igan-p&ychology Student Council, Canteen Council Treasurer, National Honor Society, Ski Club, Shnw Present<, A.F.S., Monitor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Liters! G.A.A., Army- 'avy, Smith-Vas~ar HOLZHEIMER, DEBORAH Debbie Oakhill Rd. Miami Unioersity-Elementary Education Student Council, Canteen Council, French Club, Ski Club, Shaw Presents, Band, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Hi-Liters, G.A.A. HOOPER, CYNTHIA 1612 Carlyon Rd Nursing HOPES, DARYL Scho 1873 Roaslind Cuyahoga Communitv - Tile Setter, Blueprint Reader tudent Council, Monitor, Gym Leaders HOPKINS, VELMA Lou 1055 Thornhill Drive Cleveland State-Social Work HOTES, JACQUELINE Jackie 1821 Allendale Ave ,iu UnitJcr.tity College Club, Ski Club, Monitor, G.A.A., A.C. HOWELL, JEFF 1426 East 135 St Ceneral Motors School-Automotive Engineer HRUSKA, SUSAN Sue Elm Ave Business College-Secretary trii:;re Secretaries, Friendship C HU IPHREYS, THOMAS Tommy Phillips Ave Ball State-Psychologist French Club, College Club, Varsity Track JACKSON, JACQUELINE Red 1260 orth Lockwood IBM Schuol-l<cy Punch Operator JACOBS, LESLIE Les 'orthfleld Ave Ohio University-Elementary Education Future Secretaries, liriendship Club, Monitor, Varsity Cheerleader, Mascots JANMEY, RITA Rack-o 1837 Hastings Ave Clcocland Stote-Mr.dical Technology Canteen Council, German Club, College Club, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A. JEN, E, MARY FRANCES 1262 East 143 St. Science Student Council, Future Nurses, Friendship Club, Monitor, Mixed Chorus JOH 'SO, JOANNE Snookie 1672 Carlyon Rd "Whiting Business School-Secretary Monitor, G.A.A. JOH SON, SHEILA Bootsie 1187 Carlyon Rd Kent State-Business Future Secretaries Secretary, Monitor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, G.A.A. JONES. GARY Baron 1140 Carlyon Rd Ohio State-Bu.tiness FrP<hman Football, Varsity Baseball JO. ES, GERTRUDE Ann 1712 Hartshorn No Francis P. Bolton School of Nursing-Nurse Future urses, Future Secretaries JONES, LARRY L.B.J Carlyon Rd. Northwestern, University of Marvland Biomedical Enginl'"1' ing German Club, College Club, Speech Club JONES, STERLIE St. J Phillips Ave Western Michigan-Accountant Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, J.V. Baseball JORDA, RICHARD Spinner 3422 Spangles Rd Ohio State-Lawyer College Club, Monitor, Swim Leaders KATANA, GEORGE Ardenrul Butch Cleveland Statc-Busiru,s Freshman Football, Varsity Baseball KEEHL, FRANK 1530 Belmar Rd, Cleveland State KELLEHER, MARILYN 1865 Allandale Airline Stewardess College Club, Friendship Club Pn:sident, Monitor KEMERER, SANDRA Sandy 1736 Noble Rd Cuyal1oga Community-Business Student Council, Monitor KIDD, GERALD Kid Hartford Bowling Green, Ashland-Medicin.e Student Council, Service Club. Shaw Presents, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Varsity Football, Varsity Track KING, CHRISTINE Chris 1956 elawood Allegheny College Student Monitor, Council, College Club, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rh) thm Teens, Spanish National Honor Society KLEI RENZ, OTI'O Northlleld Ave German Club KLIMOWSKI, LIAN Bernie 1811 Knowles St St. John's Cuyahoga Community -Nurse Le Masque, Future Teachers, Future Nurses, G.A.A. KNAGGS, JAMES 932 Brunswick Rd Orchestra, Band Jim KNOX, JEFF Finger Hazel Rd. Cleveland State Monitor, J.V., Varsity Football; J.V., Varsity Baseball KOCH, NELSON 1619 Elsinore St Restaurant Manager KOR~fOS, KATHY Irm 1338 East 141 St Cuvahoga Community-Medical Assistant Monitor, G.A.A. KRAMER, FRED 3428 Spangler Rd Kent State-Architect College Club, Math Discussion Group, Monitor, Band KRUPA, JOHN 1846 Marloes Ave Cleveland State-Accounting KULL, JEFF The Kid Bardwell Bowling Green-Law Enforcement Swim Leaders, Varsity J.V., Varsity Swimming Track, KUNDMILLER, JOANN Jo 3419 Lownesdale Rd. Capitol University-Education Sh1dent Council, Future Teachers Secretary, College Club, Ski Club, G.A.A., A.C., Swim Leaders LAFRA CE, ;RENEE 1700 Colln,,1-er St Bowling Green Student Council, Canteen cil Secretary, National Coun Huuor Society, Future Col lege Club, Choir, lixed Chorus, Varsity Cheerleading Manager, G.A.A. LALLY, JOHN 3431 Monticello Blvd Duke-Business Manager 174

179 LANESE, MARIE 923 Ravine J)nve Secretary Future Secretaries, Friend~hip Club, Monitor, G.A.A. LANN, DENNIS Sam 1757 Noble Rd Ohio State - Chemistry Student Council. Canteen Council, Guard Club, Monitor, Swim Leaders, J.V., Varsity Swimming LAPIN, ROSEMARY Rose Terrace Rd IBM Friendship Club, Ski Club, Slwttle, G.A.A. LARABEE, RICHARD Tom 1310 East 142 St Armed Service Freshman, J.V. Football, Freshman Basketball, J.V., Varsity Baseball LARGENT, DEBORAH Debbie 1854 Hastings Beautician, Airline Stewardess Monitor, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Swim Leaders LAUFFER, SUSA Sue 1352 Elwood Rd Secretary Future Secretaries, Monitor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A. LEICHNER, HARRY 1527 Eddington Rd Cleveland State-Education Monitor LENY ARD, HARRISON Sixth Ave Public Accountant LEVERENZ, JAMES Jim Forest Hills Blvd Central Bible College-Pastor German Club, Shaw Presents, Choir, Mixed Chorus LINAMEN, MARCIA Garden Florida State - Education Student Council, German Club, Friendship Club, Monitor, G.A.A. LISSE, SHERRY Stupy 1304 East 142 St Kent State-Education Student Council, Future Teachers, College Club, Monitor, G.A.A. LITTLEPAGE, CHARLENE 1772 Hayden Ave New York Institute uf Photography-Photographer Future Nurses, Future Secretaries, Monitor, G.A.A. LJUBOY A, LILLIAN Lill Oakhill Rd Cleveland Art Institute-Commercial Art and AdvertL<ing Student Council Alternate, Speech Club Vico-Prcsidcnt, Shaw Pre sents, Le Masque President LONG, RACHEL Ralph 1109 Carlyon Rd Cll/tJi!l(IIUi Stat/J - Nursing Service Club, Shaw Presents Monitor, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A. ' LO GWELL. MARILYN Red 1838 Hastings Ave. Retail Modeling Frpnrli c,.. ~ -,;'-,t,.. p Nurses Friendship Club, Monitor ' LOSS! G, JOHN 2021 Taylor Rd Kent State-Accountant, Business Manager Student Council, Cantt'en Council. College Club, Shuttl~ 1 Choir, Mixed Chorus, J.V. Wresuing LUCAS, ANNE Annie Fenemore Rd Mount Holyoke Le Masque Vice-President, Le Masque Presid~nt, h1dent Council Alternate, ational Honor Society, French Club Vice-President, College Club, Timers Club, Speech Club Treasurer, Shaw Pre3ents, A.F.S., Orchestra., Choir LUCKEY, LOIS 1260 East X-Ra11 Technician Monitor, Swim Leaders Moe LU~R. CLAUDE Butch Beaumont Accountant Friendship Club, Monitor LYLES, LARRY 1211 Bender Cleveland State-History German Club LYNCH, GALETHA Graham Rd Cleveland State-Social Monitor Fat Boy Work Toni LYNETTE, MARGARET Peggy 826 Caledonia Ave D11ke-Secretar11 Future Secretaries, Monitor LYN, DOROTHY Dot 1720 Hartshorn No. 3 IBM Kev Punch MACE, RITA 1644 Bryn Mawr Rd Modeling School-Model Student Council, Mixed Chorus MALLORY, SHARMAINE Chicken 1757 Carlyon Rd Comptometer School Mixed Chorus MA N, JANET Oodoo 2124 Mt. Vernon Marine Biology Canteen Council, College Club, Ski Club, Guard Club, Timers Club Secretary, 1968 Shuttle Editor, Monitor, Mixed Chorus, J.V. Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, G.A.A., Swim Leaders MARCOVY, DEBORAH Thing 1873 Stanwood Rd Ollio Umvcrs1ry-Dr11ma Le Masque, Student Council Alternate, Speech Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor MARCUM, PRENTIS Orinoco MARI 0, MARY Pood Rav iuc Dri vc Student Cuwn:il, l\luuilor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Cheerleader, J.V. Cheerleader, G.A.A. MARNIE, ELIZABl TH Truck Milan Ave Cleveland State-Education Student Council, Future Teachers, College Club. Art Club, Officials Club Vice-President, Shaw Presents, Monitor, G.A.A., Arrnyavy, Smith-Vas1mr, A.G. Vice President MARSCHALL, CA THERINE Cathy 1848 Charles Rd Euclidian Beauty School-Beautician Student Council, Monitor, G.A.A., A.C. MARSHALL, ADELE A Googie 2030 Hayden Cuyahoga Community Rogl#erod Nurse Monitor MARSHALL, PATRICIA 1272 East Cleveland State Friendship Club, Monitor, G.A.A. MASTROBUO 0, CAROL Mastro 1731 Rosedale Central Bible College-Music Student Council, Shaw Presents, Chbir, Mixed Chorns, Rhythm Teens MATES, RANDALL Randy 1864 Hastings Ave Cleveland State - Accountant Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman Wrestling, J.V., Varsity Baseball MATTOCKS, CHESTER Elm Ave. Chet Miami University-Secondary Education, German Monitor Club, College Club, MC CURDY, TERRY Mac 1113 Thornhill Drive 6!H-4572 Wilberforce College-Education Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Basketball, J.V., Varsity Baseball MC DOUGLE, KAREN Scioto Ave, Community College-Secretary Future Secretaries, Monitor MC KAY, STEPHE The Lead Terrace Stanford University Student Council President, National Honor Society, German Club, Speech Club Vice-President, Freshman Football, Golf MC KELTO, ARTHUR 1096 Carlyon Rd C<>mmunlty College-Engineer, Mechanic Freshman Track MC MILLA, SALLY 1772 Rosedale Ave Secretary Future Secretaries, Friendship Club MC QUEE, JOA Joannie 1064 Carlyon Rd Victor Kev Pu11cl1-Key Punch Operator Future Teachers, Monitor MERRITT, GE EVIEVE Gen 1720 Hartshorn Rd Mor>itor, C.A. \, 1EYER, PAUL Ruhbezahl Sixth Ave Ohio State - Law Enforcement Le Masque, fitional Honor Society, Gem,an Club Treasurer, Freshman Track MOl\'TGOMERY, 1252 East 146 St Armed Service Varsity Football DE y Monty MOORE, JOHNNIE 1632 Elberon Busincn School-Sf'creta,y Monitor Mar 'l.fowry. DA YID 844 Helmsdale Rd, Dave Carnegir Tech Chemical EJ1111 neering College Club, Group, Band Math Diswssion MULLEN, DEN JS Selwyn Ru, Cleveland State J.V. Football AH, JA 'I:;T 924 Drt!sden Rd Cordon College-Education Future Teachc", Colleg... Club, Monitor NAYLOR, BAHllARA 1106 Eddy Rd Cuyahoga Community-Secretary ERO, JERRY 1754 North Tnylor Rd NESSER, JACK 1588 East University of Co1111ecttcut-Chem ical Research Service Club, Monitor EUBAUER, KARYL LYNN 1005 Selwyn Rd. Nubl C!ariu,1 Stata-Jiearing, Sp1u1ch Therapy Spanilh Nllliou!ll Honor Soeiety, Student Council, Futnrf' Teachers, College Club, Monitor, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Smith-Vassar, A.C. NEWMAN, LINDA Suvannllh ecretarv Future. urses, College Clqb, Monitor, Swim LPnrlPrx ISSEN, ROGER 1831 Taylor Rd Armed Service Monitor O'BRY A, ELIZABETH 1723 Elsinore Secretary Future Nurses, Monitor Bon.le Liz OLIVER, SA ORA Sandie Claibomci Rd Nurse Monitor, G.A.A. O' 'EIL, DA VE Pappy Shaw Ave C:IP11Pland State Monitor, Gym LeadeH, Fre h man, J.V., Vu,sity Football, FrPshmnn BnskPthall, J.V., Var >ily Bus.,l,all O' EIL, TERRY Shaw Ave. Y.A Bowling Baseball Green - Business, Pra ~ionitor 1 Frc-shmnn, J.V., Vor.:;ity Football, Jo'rP.~hmnn, J.V. llnskpt bnll, J.V., Varsity Rosehnll OVERTO, LJ, 0.\ J~vn 1618 Carlyon Dietary School Le Ma que, Timer Present, Monitor Club, Shaw PALEY, GREGORY 1250 Coit ~ Carpenter or Electrician Monitor, Swim Leader Pale 175

180 PALMER, RICHARD Arnold 3407 Htmderson Rd Cleveland State, Ohio U.-Phatographer Cermnn Club, Cht <S Club. Monitor, Swim LcadC"rs, Varsity Football, Golf PAR ALL, TIM Tim Welton Drive Cuyahoga Communily-P o st a I Service College Club, Freshman \Vrestling, Tennis, Cross Country PATTERSON, LOUIS Beno 1657 Elberon Kent Stote-Bu,Siness Administration Varsity Track PATTERSON, NORMAN 1289 Bender Freshman, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Track PATTIE, DIANE 2117 Mt. Vernon Blvd Bowling Green-Elementary Education Spanish National Honor Society, Student Council, Canteen Council. Sid Club, Officials Club, Secretary, Monitor, G.A.A., Army Navy, A.C., Gym Leaders PERKINS, TIM 881 Greyton Welding School-Mechanic PERRY, LARRY T.N.T Elberon Ave Kent Stote-T.V. Technician PETERS, ROBIN Odin 3387 Holli:.ter Rd Montana State Unioersity-Lumberiock Treasurer Student Council, Monitor, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football, Freshman, J.V. Basketball, Freshman, Varsity Track PETRIE, DAVID Pete 1547 Belmar Rd U.S. Morine Corps, C.C.C. Music Educatiort Le Masque, German Club, Shaw Presents, Mnnnger of Orchesh'n, Drum Major, Vice-President Band, Varsity Track PHIPPS, SANDRA Sandi Shaw Ave Dyke-Secretary Future urses, President Future Secretaries, Friendship Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor, Mixed Chorus. PIG ATORE, JAMES 836 Helmsdale American University-Internoti<mol Service PINKNEY, ROBERT Pinky 996 Greyton Rd Morine Technical School-United States Marine Corps Monitor PISHNERYi NICK 1859 Know es Clecdand State-Business Pl TIN1"17.T, RTNALDO Elm Ave Rinny PIVODA, SHERRY Rhoda Shaw Ave Patricia Stevens Modeling School -Stewardess Friendship Club, Monitor POLK, MYRTLE 1663 Carlyon Rd Cleveland State-Nurse Future Nurses, Monitor. POSATIERE, SUSA Little one 8-13 Helmside l'autician Friendshjp Cluh. Monitor. G.A.A. POWERS, DOUGLAS Doug 2051 Hanover Drive Clcceland State --Busir!l'SS German College Club, Cluh, Future Shaw Teacher, Presents, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Freshman, Vnisity Wrestling PROKOP, JOHN Shaw Ave Cleveland State Monitor, J. V. Wrestling PSIHOUNTAS, JOANNE 1849 Fannini-:ton Antioch Chemical Research Spanish ational Honor Society, Student Council, Canteen Council, Ski Cluh, Shnw Presents. Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, G.A.A., Hi-Liter Manager, Am,y- avy QUIMBY, SUE 1549 Eddington Rd Susie RABY, DREWNETTE Drew 1144 Carolyn Rd Cleveland State - Education Speech Club, Monitor RAE, JAMES Jim 911 Caledonia Electrician Freshman, JV., Varsity Wrestling REARDON, BARRIE Brewster Rd College of William and Mary Spanish Nationial Honor SocietY President, Cantleen Council, a tional Honor Society Secretary, College Club, Ski Club, Guard Club, A.F.S., Orchestra, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Varsity Cheerleading Manager, G.A.A., Swim Lenders REED, FRANK Pc tter 1115 Eddy Rd Milwaukee School of Enginccri"g -Electrical Engineer Chess Club, Varsity Football ; J.V., Freshman Wrestling RETSCH, CHRISTA Chris 1817 Allandale Ave Kent State-Educatiori German Club, Future Nurses, Friendship Club RHYAND,FRANK 939 Selwyn Rd Tool and Dye RICKETT, GREGORY Chief Cherokee 1053 East 131 St. Kent State-Theatre Le Masque, Speech Club, Monitor, J.V. Basketball ROSE, CHESTER Chet Cleviden Rd University of Michigan - Architect German Club, Ski Club, Tennis ROSE, J,DW ARD Ed 1906 Rosemont Rd University of Cincinnati Orchestra President, Band Vice President ROSS, BRIAN Kunardd 3348 Chelsea Drive Northwestern - PS!Jchiatry Student Council, Canteen Coun cil, French Club, Speech Club, Choir, Rhythm Teens, J.V. Football, Tennis ROTHAERMEL~ MARY 1833 Roxford Ra. Rocky Bowling Green-Elementary Educntion. tudent cil, Fri<>ndship Council, Cuntt'.en, Coun Club, Officials Clul,, Monitor, Hi-Liters, C.A.A. ROWA, LYNDA 1257 Coit Ave Beautician ROZIER, RE DELL Clnibome Var ity Football Lynn RUBERTINO, JAMES Jim 1852 Stanwood Rd Armecl Service Servi~" C":luh. Monitor, Varsity Football, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Basketball RUDY,DO'N Emily Ave..' Machinist SAMSO, DONNA Sam 1257 East 145 St Oberlin-Education Notional Honor Society. CRnteer. Council, College Club, Shaw Presents, A.F.S., Choir, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Army-Navy, A.C., Gym Leaders, Spanish National Honor Society SANZO, JOHN 1862 Marloes Ave ASTROPilYSlCS Monitor San SAVI 0. MICHELLE Mickie 1787 RosedalP Ave. : St. Lukes School of Nursing, Kent State-Registered NurGO Student Council, Future urses President, Friendship Club, Monitor, G.A.A. n... Dee SA WYER, DENISE 1116 Carolyon Rd Ll' Femr School of Cosmotology -Beautician Shaw Presents SAYRE, JOH Glenn Rd Del'auw Canteen Council, ational Honor Society, German Club, Speech Club, Shaw Presents, Orchestra, Band Captain, Rhythm Teens, Golf SCAFFIDE, VIRGINIA Ginny 1263 East 141 St Ohio State-Biochemist Student Council, College Club, Friendship Club, Monitor, G.A.A. SCHOBEL, MICHELLE Chelle Ardenall Ave S earnstress Le Masque, Friendship Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor, G.A.A. SCHOFIELD, MARGARET Peggy Shaw Ave Kent State - Elementary Education, Psychology Friendship Club, Monitor SCIIULYER, STUART Stu Terrace Rd Vocational School SCHUFF, KATHY Schuffie 1841 Grasmere Ave Denison, DePauw - Education Student Council Alternate, Ger man Club, Friendship C1uh, Shaw Presents, Band, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens SCHULTZ,CHARLESBUDDY Mn goo Orinoco Ave Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football; Fr<>shman, J.V., Vnrsity Basketball; J.V., Varsity Baseball SCHULTZ, JOYCE 3318 Chelsea Drive Ohio Wesleyan-Elementary Education Spanish ational Honor Society, Student Council Alternate, National Honor Society, German Club, Ski Club, Monitor, Catalina Club, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Hi-Liters, G.A.A. SEAMA, WAYNE Green Giant 999 Helmsdale Rd Choir, Mixed Chorus, Swim Leaders, Freshman Wrestling; J.V., Varsity Swimming SEMETA, AUDRONE Woodworth Rd Cleveland State-Medicine German Club SHACKELFORD, PATRYCIA Pat 1282 Rozelle Armed Service-Dietician French Club, Monitor SHANTERY, CHARLES Chuck 1799 Hyden Ave Monitor, Swim Leaders; J.V. Varsity Swimming SHAW, BRIAN 1378 Elwood Rd Cleveland State-Dro~sman, Photography German Club, Freshman Football SHELTON. ANNIE Tweety Orinoco Cleucland Stato-SaC1'etary SHRADER, ANN 2042 Brunswick Rd Carleton College tudent Council Corresponding Secretary, Canteen Council, National Honor Society, College Club, Ski Club, A.F.S., C.A.A., Army-Navy, Smith-Vassar, A.C. SIMPKINS, HERBERT Herb 1680 Hower Kent State-Computer Programmer Gym Leaders, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Track SIMS, ST A LEY Teny Beaumont SINCLAIR, JANE Janie 1895 Grasmere Miami Unioersity Future urses, College Club, Friendship Cluh Treasurer, Ski Club, Monitor, G.A.A., A.C., Spanish National Honor Society SKUPNIEWSKI, MARIA 1721 Shaw Ave Cleveland State-Medicine Future urses, College Club, Friendship Club, Monitor SKUPNIEWSKI,TERESA 1721 Shaw Ave Dyke - Secretary Future urs.es, College Friendship Club, Speech Mon~!:,.-6".'A.A. SMITH, BARBARA 1263 East 125 St Business College-Social Busimm Work, Terry Club, Club, SMITH, JOHN 1162 Bender Ave Cleveland State, As1,land-Commercial Artist Art Club, Monitor, Band; J.V., Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track 176

181 SMITH, LINDA 133l\J r1ltn Ave. Cleoeland State-Business Lyn SOEDER, JAMES King 4976 Emmct Rd, Cameg,c Mellon -Chemical Engineer Sh1dent Councll, College Club. Service Club, Speech Club SOKOL, LAWRENCE 1869 Allendale Ave Cleveland State SOWELL, WILLIAM 1647 Delmont Akro,i U,iiversity-Electrical Engineer College Club SPAN, BRENDALY 1779 Eddy Rd Cosmotology FutUTe Nurses, G.A.A. Larry Brenda STALLWORTH, BE JAMIN Ben 1731 Elsinore Air Force Training School Varsity Track STEELE,BARRANGTON 1256 Carolyn Rd Mt. Union, Kent State Accountant Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football ; J.V., Varsity Bnsketbnll; J.V., Varsity Baseball STEPIEN, LINDA Step l R29 Farmington Rd Nurse Future Secretaries, Monitor, Catalina Club, Choir, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Swim Lenders STEVENSON, BO NIE 1040 Helmsdale Rd Miami, Ohio UnitJersity Elementary Education Canteen Council, Ski Club, Guard Club, Timers Club, Monitor, Mixeed Chorus, Hi-Liters, G.A.A., Swime Leaders STEWART,ROBERT Big Stew 1252 Melbourne Ohio State-Physical Therapy Monitor, Var:5ity Football, Varsity Basketball Trainer STEWART, SAUNDRA Sandy 1252 Melbourne Rd Cleveland State-Medical Technician Future Nurses, Shaw Presents, Choir, Mixed Chorus STONER, CHRlS 1865 Alvason Rd SULLIVAN, GEORGE Milan Ave Cleveland State-Electrician SUSZTER, RICHARD 1307 East 141 St Cleveland State Band, J.V. Wrestling SUSZTER, STEPHEN 1307 East 141 St Cleveland State Swim Leaders Rick Steve SWEAR! GE, BILL Charley 1039 Nein View Cuyahoga Community - Bowling Business Cerm:in Club, ~fonitor, Freshman Football, Freshman Wrestling, Freshman Track, Varsity Track TABOR, ELIZABETH l 770 Lockwood Fashion Design er Monitor, G.A.A. Liz TA KO.MARGARET 938 SPlwyn Rd Sccr< ftrrv Futur<. Secretaries, Monitor TERTULLIANO, CAROL Toot 1752 North Taylor Secretar11 Future Secretaries, \fonitor, G.A.A THOMAS, JOHN J.T Hillrock Rd Ashland College-Education Student Council, Monitor, Gym Leaders; Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football; Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, J.V. Baseball THOMPSON, GEORGE G.T North Lockwood Cleveland State-Educaticm Stud( nt Council, Future Tenchers, College Club, Shaw Presents, Monitor, Choir, Mixed Chorus, Rhythm Teens, Swim Leaders THOMPSON. PEGGY 1781 Carolyn Rd A & I State-Elementary Education TODD, CHESTER C'b1ck 1828 Windermere # Afonagf'r Trainee Freshman, J.V. wrestling TODD MICHAEL Snakehips 1680 Aower Ave Cleveland Community Gym Leaders, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track TOMASCHEK, LASZLO 1834 Beersford Medicine German Club, Math Discussion Croup Vice-President TROLL, FREDERICK Rick 1726 Bryn Mawr Armed Service Swim Leaders, Varsity Wrestling, Freshman Track TROYCHAK, CHRISTI E Troy 956 Druns,, ick Rd Bowling Gree,i-Dietic,a,i Student Council Recording Secretary, Canteen Council Treasurer, ational Honor Society, French Club, Frinedship Club President, Ski Club, Shaw Presents, Hi-Liters6 G.A.A., A.C. Secretary, Gym Lenders UBBlNK, DONALD Don 3410 Spangler Rd Choir, Mixed Chorus UREY, DAVE Elderwood VICHOS, CATHERINE Cathy 1960, elawood Rd VI. ENT, JUANITA Euclid Ave VI 'C H, W DA 1 'l<>o I "'lclid VOGT, JA ET Vogt 3350 Lownesdale Secretary Future Secretaries VOINOVICH, MARY A NE 291 Corning Drive Fash,011 Co-ordinator Student Council, Friendship Club, Ski Club, Mixed Chorus WADE, ROY Rap 1883 Wadena Commercial Artist WALSH, TED Henley Rd Camell, Miami - Marine Biologu Monitor, Swim Leaders ; J.V., Varsity Swimming WALSH, TIMOTHY Tim 915 Brunswick Rd Notre Dame-Engineering Student Council, German Club Vice-President. College Club, Baud WALTON, MATTIE 1659 Delmont Ave Barber WARDLE, JAMES Jim 3435 Rosl'Clale Cleveland State Student Council, Ccnnnn Club; Freshman, J.V., Varsity Football WATLINGTON, MICHAEL l 713 Shaw Ave Dykc-Businen Choir, J\.lixP<l Choms, Leaders, J.V. Basketball Legs Swim WAY, ROSA Nilda 1834 ldlewood Community College-School Work WEIGEL, THOMAS Tom 1735 orthfield Ave WEI RICH, EOlTH Edie 1880 Alvason Rel Case-Western Reserve University -Education, Chemical Research National Honor Society, French Club. Future Teachen. Vice Pre ident, Future Teachers Secretary, Officials Club President, G.A.A., Anny- avy WELTHER,GEORGE Elm Ave Cleveland State German Club, ~ionitor WERT, ANCY Nancr 1366 Elwood Capital, Miami-Education Student Council, ational Honor Society, Future Teachers President, Fuh1re Teachers Treasurer, Coll<.>gc Club Vice-President, A. F.S., Orchestra, G.A.A., Swim Leaders, Spanish Xational Honor ociety \\'E LEY, CYNTHIA 1287 East 141 t Kent State-Education Future Teachers WESTCOTT, BR CE Shag Wyatt Rd Dartmouth Student Council Treasurer, Stu. dent Council Vice-President, National Honor Society, German Club, Shuttle, Swim Leaders, J.V., Varsity Swimming WHETZEL, HAROLD Strathmore WHTSENA T, GLORIA Shaw Avr Future Secretaries WHITE, DOROTHY 1211 Lakefront Ave Nurse Dot WHITE, PRI CILLA Cilia 1211 Lakefront, Jane Addams Vocational School - Dietician Monitor WHITEHEAD,ALICE Al 1865 Farn1ington Rd Jane Addams Vocational School WHITFIELD, JACQUELI E Jackie 1664 Carolyn Rd G.A.A. WHITFIELD, JOHN Peach lfl66 Carolyn Rd Kent State-Educatio,i Future Te:-nchcrs,Sim..., J.lr"1t:ont Mixed Chorus, Le '\la"1u, J.V.. Varsity Wrestling; Fre hman. Varsity Trnck; Cross Country WHITTEO, HERBER"! Ardenall Cleveland State Teddy WICKLINE, TERRY Wick 1304 Ea t 152 St Cuyahoga Community ELectronic., Technician German Club, French Club, Monitor, Swim Leaders, J.V., Varsity Swimming WIGGl'-=S, LAWRE'l(CE Larry 1294 East 134 St. R Community Coll<'gl', UnloerYilv of Toledo-Medicine Service Club, Varsity Fu<>tl,all WILLIAMS, JOYCE 1607 Lakefront R51-243Z Monitor WILSON, :BARBARA 1142 Eddy Rd A&I State-Psychology R,m, Mixed t:llorus Duck y WILLIAMS, BERNICE B11111 l11, Thornhill Dr Busir1css Collcg('-Dookk 'cplng WILLJAMS, ETHEL Queen 1065 Thornhill Dr., Busin es Sc/1001-Computer Operator, Secretary College Club WILLIAM. JESSIE Graham Nurse Monitor, G.A.A, R11nd WILLIAMS, ROBERT Boo 1051 ela View Rd Unioer.JitV of Cindnnati Cnmmerciot Artist tu<lt-nl Council, Cuutc-cn Coun cil, German Club, Collrf:'e Club. Sia. Club, haw Pr,.,P11L, D,md. Choir, Mixed Choru,, Rh> thm Teens; Freshman, Varsil> Trnck, Golf WI 'KLER, STEPH :\ W~ 3381 Rosrtlale Rd DePauw Student Council, National Honor Societ PrPsident, Gennan r.j11h. CollrgP Jub P,t.. icl~nt, kl Clt h, Shaw Presents, Orchestra,.l!and, Rhythm Teens, Tennis WISHNER, WIEGA:--'D 1442 East 133 St Ohio State-Education Rim, Monitor WOOTTEN, AN Anni, 1857 Gram1erP SL Medical cuetar11 \\'RIGHT, DOLORES o Ch,ihorne Rd Nurse YELOUSHAN, SHIRLEY Fidgit avannah Ave Beautician Future- SccretnriPc; 1 Co11ege Club, Ski Cluh YOUNG, RON IE Ard enall Cleveland tate-b,nincss Administr ation Monitor ZELLER.DICK 1822 Welle ley 1! Cleveland State - Marketing ccountin1:. 177

182 One of thd smiling photographers at Raimor, Bill Rainin. RAIMOR STUDIOS OFFICIAL SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER / 7 50 EAST 185 STREET IV!

183 PATRONS MISS VIDA AUGULIS J. BARRETT HARRIET CARPENTER MRS. MARION CHILDS MR. & MRS. CROFT & BARB BANKS MR. & MRS. JOHN F. CRYSLER & FAMILY MR. & MRS. DONALD MRS. KA THERINE MISS MEG GOTTRON MR. RICHARD L. DREBUS GOTTRON GOTTRON DR. & MRS. FRANCIS GRANT MR. BARRY LEFKOWITZ MR. & MRS. CHARLES LEUENBERGER & SUE MR. & MRS. JOHN C. LIEBERT MR. & MRS. ALDEN LOSSING THE LYNETTE FAMILY MR. & MRS. THEODORE M. ~IA T MR. & MRS. ALBERT MARTIN MR. & MRS. MALCOLM E. McLAREN MRS. AYLEE forley MR. & MRS. WILLIAM MR. & MRS. CLARENCE MRS. M. M. SAYRE H. OLSO PARSH MR. & MRS. PAUL A. SCHUFF MR. & MRS. A. W. SCHULTZ 1967 SHAW POOL GUARD STAFF & ARTHUR BEDE MR. & MRS. ERWIN SHRADER MR. & MRS. FRANK G. UNDERWOOD MISS I. VARNA THE YAXLEY FAMILY SENIOR HOMEROO I 9 SE IOR HOMEROOM 18 SENIOR HOMEROOM 30 SENIOR HOMEROOM 103 SE TOR HOMEROOM 106 SENIOR HOMEROOM 208 SE lor HOMEROOM 2.52 SE IOR HOMEROOM 2.58 SENIOR HOMEROOM 2.59 SENIOR HOMEROOM 304 SE IOR HOMEROOM 305 SENIOR HOMEROOM 316 SENIOR HOMEROOM B-11 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 35 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 38 JU IOR HO 1EROOM 105 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 107 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 203 JU IOR HOMEROOM 207 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 2.53 JU IOR HOMEROOM 254 JU IOR HOMEROOM 256 JU IOR HOMEROOM 300 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 303 JUNIOR HO, 1EROOM 308 JUN TOR H0 1 feroom 318 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 7 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 8 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 11 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 28 SOPHOMORE HOMEROO 1 36 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 39 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 111 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 2.55 SOPHO 10RE HO 1EROOM 306 SOPHOMORE HO IEROOM K-1 SOPH ~!ORE HOMEROOM K-21 FRESHMA HOMEROOM 6 FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 20 FRESIIMA IIOMEROO 1 22 FRESHMA HOMEROOM 29 FRESH fan HO 1EROOM 37 FRESH r HO ff.room 200 FRESHMA HOMEROOM 2.50 FRESHMA H011EROO~I 2.51 FRESH I HOMEROOr> FRESII IAN HOMEROOM 309 FRE H 1A HOMEROOM 310 OTHER HO 1ER001 I - 17,19,21,26,31,32,33,113, 115,20-l,212,215,217,218, 257,307,313,314,

184 1968 SHUTTLE STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Copy Editor Faculty Editor Layout Editor Girls' Sports Editor Boys' Sports Editor Activities Editor Senior Class Editor Undergraduate Editor Business Manager Photographer Janet Mann Barbara Pastuch Bobbie Dill Barbara Banks Sharon Burrows Assistant: Daisy Pudze Lucy Lowry Jon Courtney Kathy Hageman Assistant: Ruth Risberg Rose Lapin Cathy Grant John Lossing Bruce Westcott Assistant: Jim Pahl It is with pleasure now that the 1968 yearbook staff and I present the 1968 SHUTTLE to Shaw students and administration. The previous weeks and months have been filled with exasperating work and, at times, bitter disputes. But with the termination of the work in March, the excitement and the true rewards of composing a yearbook are achieved. The compliments from the many people at Shaw, the smiles of freshmen as they receive their SHUTILES for the first time, and the excitement at seeing Shaw portrayed through the SHUTTLE make all the mishaps and failures seem insignificant. This year my staff and I feel that the SHUTTLE especially depicts the true Cardinal spirit of Shaw. From athletic victories, scholastic triumphs, and many social activities, we have shown a picture-portrayal of the school year. This yearbook is our attempt to recapture and preserve all the thrilling, as well as disappointing moments of all Cardinals, so that they may recapture these moments at any time and at any place. The success of this 1968 yearbook was due to the efforts of many people. I personally should like to thank every staff member who sacrificed personal time to complete the work for the yearbook. I should also like to extend my appreciation to Mr. George Stewart for his help on the selection of our cover from the S. K. Smith Co. Mr. Jim Parkinson, our representative from the Graphic Arts Corporation, offered us countless original ideas, guidance and encouragement. Alston Studios should be remembered for the fine color undergraduate pictures. We owe special thanks to Raimor Studios, not only for our Senior pictures, but for their assistance with all the pictures which were taken. I should especially like to thank Bruce Westcott and Jim Pahl, our student photographers, for the excellent job they did in taking all the pictures. Without their continued creative efforts, our graphic pictoral history would have been impossible. On behalf of the entire staff, I wish to thank Miss Sharen Crumbacher, our advisor. Her perserverance, determination, and un-beatable spirit gave all of us inspiration at the difficult times. Without her ready smile, sense of humor, and concern for us and the SHUTTLE in every respect, we never could have reached a successful finish. Sincerely, Janet Mann 1968 Editor-in-Chief Would you believe this is our Editor? 180

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