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Outstanding seniors from six major high schools In Kenosha County are honored in this series of photos and biographical sketches. Students were selected by school officials on the basis of their leadership ability, participation In community activities, and scholastic performance.


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Collecting Dr. Who items and watching and taping the TV show are some of the hobbies of E. J. Skau of Reuther Alternative High School.

The son of Edward and Rose Skau, 723 49th St., E. J. is a member of the Southeastern Wisconsin Comics Club, Reuther's bowling team and the Student Advisory Committee.

His favorite subjects are English, gym, science and math; favorite sports, bowling and volleyball.

He helps as a volunteer in the Reuther Library and has a regular schedule of babysitting for his nieces and nephew. He helped with publicity for the school's Blood Drive and was the winner of the Reuther Attendance Award.

E. J.'s career goals involve working in a crisis or abuse center or in a head start program or becoming a writer. He would like to major in English in college.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1984-02-20). Today's Teen. Kenosha News p. 21.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Today's Teen." Kenosha News [add city] 1984-02-20, 21. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Today's Teen." Kenosha News, edition, sec., 1984-02-20
  • Turabian: "Today's Teen." Kenosha News, 1984-02-20, section, 21 edition.
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