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of love, or of rage 



comes a crystalline realization of what life is. In a moment, the 



heart is laid open, vulnerable to life, to pain as well as beauty. 



In such a moment, youth understands and is ageless; he is as 



young as hope and as old as life itself. The keen, piercing power 



of an emotion or a sudden glimpse of the strange in a familiar 



pattern makes a sensitive heart yearn to cry out: Hold the world 



as it is! Don't let it escape me! But in an instant the impression 



is gone, like the swirling leaves of autumn or the flickering light 



of a star. 



The challenge of each new day, the uncontrollable light- 



heartedness of youth, the heady taste of glory, the fierce pride 



poured into a red-hot roar for .the team, and the spontaneous 



warmth of friendship; these poignant moments of our youth and 



spirit are captured in 



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EUCLIDIAN 




EUCLID SENIOR 
HIGH SCHOOL 

711 EAST 222nd. STREET 

EUCLID, OHIO 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 4 

Seniors 16 

Juniors 88 

Sophomores 110 

Faculty 1 26 

Classes 148 

ORGANIZATIONS 1 76 

Student Council 178 

World Affairs 1 82 

Wai Napolo 1 83 

Future Nurses of America 1 84 

Junior Red Cross 1 85 

Future Teachers of America 1 86 

Key Club, Ad Club 188 

Spirits Club 1 89 

Survey 190 

Euclidian 194 

Eucuyo 198 

International Quill and Scroll 199 

Thespians 200 

National Forensic League 201 

National Honor Society 202 

Stage Crew 204 

Movie Club, Camera Club 205 

P.A. Club 206 

Friendship Club 208 

Bookstore 210 

Chess Club, Foreman's Club 211 

Girls' Leaders Club 212 

Girls' Athletic Association 213 

SPORTS 216 

Cross Country 218 

Football 222 

Cheerleaders 230 

Majorettes 232 

Wrestling 234 

Swimming 240 

Basketball 244 

Bowling 252 

Indoor Track 253 

National Athletic Scholarship Society, 

Lettermen 254 

Athletic Board 255 

RECREATION 256 

Assemblies 258 

Fall Play 260 

Homecoming 262 

Homecoming Queen and Attendants 266 

SUPPLEMENT 268 

ADVERTISEMENTS 269 

INDEXES 

Ad Index 315 

Senior Index 316 

Junior Index 329 




Hail to Thee, O Euclid High School, 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living, life so dear 
Our hearts fill wih gratitude 
For all that is to be . . . 
Alma Mater, Euclid High School, 
All our praise we bring to thee. 



Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 
There all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear 
And storms of life draw nigh, 
The memories of our friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 





Alarm clock clangs a rude good morn- 
ing. Seven o'clock already? It's still dark! 
Quick breakfast and step out into bitter 
morning. Eyes water and face reddens 
from pin-pricks of sleet. Ears begin to 
tingle, then hurt, and then grow numb. 
Reach for the aluminum-ice handle and 
swing the door wide open. The warm, 
humid air envelops and pulls you in. It 
smells of life, of bustling students pre- 
paring for a new day. Thawing slowly, 
you mix with the general hubbub, 
laughing, joking, or just walking around. 
The bell calls you to homeroom, and the 
day begins. 







Crunch, crackle. Crunch, 
crackle. Why do they have 
to use such stiff paper for 
potato chip bags? If I 
wasn't stuck with sixth 
period lunch, I wouldn't 
have to do this. What do 
they expect me to do, any- 
how? Die of hunger? Of 
course, I get hungry after 
school too . . . Who's that 
down the hall? Gotta get 
rid of this bag. Well, the 
pocket bulges, but that's 
better than being caught. 
(Oh, hello Dr. Bergem). 
Wow, that was a close 
one. Now to eat in peace. 







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NO EATING 

OUTSIDE 
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Recognition is only a small part of honor. 
Whether in athletics, in the arts, or in scholar- 
ship, the real meaning of honor lies within the 
individual. The acclamation of friends, the con- 
gratulations or certificates merely symbolize the 
self-satisfaction of endeavor, endurance, and 
accomplishment. 



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Spirit is pride: the lung busting, flag waving, jump up and down 
pride that gives a team unity and self-confidence for victory; endur- 
ance in defeat. 



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Friendship: a punch in the stomach, a pat on the 
back; a profound discussion, a dirty joke. Friendship 
has its moments of camaraderie — the fun times of 
laughing and kidding and general horsing around. But 
friendship has its serious moments too, and this is 
when a real friend means the most. A friend is a 
problem-solver, confidant, tear-dryer and all-around 
morale-builder. Even after squabbles and periods of 
non-speaking, there is always the time of reconcilia- 
tion, when friendship renews and shows again its 
true meaning. 



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Love in high school is looked upon by 
outsiders as childish, unreal, but to those 
who experience it, it is as real as the 
warm sun which shines upon them as 
they walk to school. To them their love 
is sharing. They share their pride in one 
another's achievements. She yells loud- 
est when he makes the basket. He grins 
when he sees her lead the cheers. Their 
love is as delightful as mistletoe at 
Christmastime and as solemn as the 
church service they attend together at 
Eastertide. 

Their happy times, their quarrels, 
their compatibility, their disappoint- 
ments create their bond, symbolized by 
the taped ring on her left hand. 






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SENIOR CLASS CABINET— Row 1 : L. Leybeck. J. Aufdenhaus, C. Jankovich, 
P. Benedetto, J. Danch, J. Suhar, P. Tinker, B. Muir. Row 2: R. Ilg, B. Carlson, B. 
Brown, E. Sippola, B. Kish, B. Pollutro, B. Molnar. Row 3: B. Boyton, D. Lon- 
char. M. Yurosko, T. Shannon, C. Tilk. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS— Seated: Secretary, K. 
Schmidt; Treasurer, E. Glenn. Standing: Vice President, E. 
Orazen; President, L. Schneider. 



As you leafed through an old Euclidian, 
you saw pictures of the seniors and 
thought: How old they look; how mature! 
And then, suddenly, it was you in the pic- 
ture; you were a SENIOR. How you 
crammed this last year with the fun and 
joy and spirit of high school! Confetti, 
floats, formals, exams, pizza, laughter — 
being irresponsible and liking it. For now 
that it is time for you to take a giant step 
into life, you are reluctant, timid. You 
waver a bit in your last senior cheer, take 
one long look at your school, at your 
friends. Somewhere in your smile is sad- 
ness — and a hint of hope. 



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Mr. Fred Johns, Senior Class Counselor. 



Miss Ruth Vermillion, Senior Class Counselor. 





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RICHARD BONNIE ADAMS 

ADAMCZEWSKI 



BONNIE ADLER 



DAVID AIKEN 



CONCETTA ALBERTONE 




*'So then I put up my dukes and hit her.' 




DEAN ALBRECHT BRUCE ALVES 

JANE ALLEN DONNA AMBROSE 

JUNE ALLEN LORETTA AMES 

STEVEN ALLEN BARBARA ANDERSON 



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ELBERT ANDERSON KATHLEEN ANDERSON DAVID ANDRULIS NED ANGENE 



ROBERTA ARMSTRONG WILLIAM ARNDT 



NANCY ARNOLD HOWARD AUTEN 

JANIS AUFDENHAUS ALICE BAGOCIUS 



BARBARA BAILEY JAMES BAKER 

RUDOLPH BAITT KATHLEEN BAKER 




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Seniors gather in the "E" Room to see the first arrivals of senior pictures. 




THOMAS BAKER 
MICHAEL BALASH 
JAMES BALCH 



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JEROLD BALCH 

PATRICIA BANKO 

JANET BARBIC 



JANE BARNES 
RICHARD BARNES 

RONALD BARON 



STEVEN BARTA 
ALEXANDER BARTKO 

JON BARTOS 



JEAN BATES 

BARBARA BATT 

CARLA BAUER 



KAREN BAUER 
JAMES BAYES 
NANCY BECK 



GEORGE BEDNAR 

BARBARA BEEKE 

JAMES BEERS 




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KENNETH BEGALKE JUDITH BENNER 

PATRICIA FREDDA BENTLEY 
BENEDETTO 

JOHN BENGSTON JAMES BERES 




These elevator shoes do wonders. 




LINDA BERGER 
SHELDON BERK 



KEITH BERNDT 
LINNEA BERNTSON 



JOANNE BEUTELL 
DONNA BEYERLE 



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WARREN BILLER JOHN BLACK 
GEORGE BIZZARRI BRUCE BLAKELEY 



This is the little drummer boy? ! ' 





ROBERT BLAKELEY 
DONNA BLATTAU 
FRANCES BOOMER 



WILLIAM BOYTON 
PATRICIA BOZICH 
GEORGE BRAIDIC 



EILEEN BRAIDICH 
CARL BRANDT 
KENNETH BRAUNLICH 



PATRICIA BRENNAN 
LEE BREWSTER 
ROBERT BRIGHT 



'If he doesn't take that cwazy wabbit off my head pretty soon 



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Hey, Heather, what's comin' off? 



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EVELYN BUCHHOLZ 

MARCELLA BUCO 

KENNETH BUDA 



PATRICIA BURFORD 
JANET BURHENNE 
LAWRENCE BURNS 



BEVERLY BUYNAK 

ELEANOR BYRON 

CAROL CADWALLADER 



PATRICIA CALAVITTA 

DOUGLAS CALDWELL 

PHYLLIS CAMERON 



JOHN CAMPANA, JR. 
JOAN CANON 
ELIZABETH CARLSON 



EDWARD CARPENTER 

PATRICIA CARROCCIO 

PATRICIA CASEY 





Ted Krauss smiles on the all-girl bus. 



THOMAS CEBULAR RAYMOND CERGOL CAROL CETINSKY JOSEPH CHINCHAR ELLEN CIMBALOS 

LOUIS CEFARATTI JANET CERMELJ LINDA CHALFANT CAREN CIBBS DONALD CIPOLLO 



DAVID COLBOVV 
SYLVIA COLLEDGE 




GLEN CONKLING 

BARBARA CONSLA 

RICHARD CONSTANTINE 



NANCY COODE 

TIMOTHY COOPER 

HARRIET CORDRAY 



ROBERT CORNVVELL 

KATHLEEN COROS 

FRANK CORRAO 



KATHLEEN COLLIER DALE COLLINS 

IAMES M. MARIE COLLINS 

COLLINGWOOD 





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Senior officers ponder return to Charterhouse. 






Kill Chonko!! 



MARY COUCH 
CHARLENE CRADIS 
NANCY CREVELING 
CHESTER CRONE 
MARY CRUDER 
DONNA CUNNINGHAM 

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LINDA CUTHBERTSON 
DIANA CVETKOVIC 
JACQUELINE D'AMICO 
RICHARD DACAR 
JUDITH DANCH 
MICHAEL DANE 




REBECCA DAUGHERTY 

RANDALL DAVIS 

THOMAS DAVIS 



CAROL DE WITT 

HELEN DEBELJAK 

DEAN DECKER 




Well, it's face those final exam grades or jump! 



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'Who's Got the Pain When They Do the Mambo?" is NOT a Viennese Waltz! 



DONNA DEISTER EILEEN DELLY 

NANCY DELAC PAUL DEVER 




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SHARON DI BIASIO DONETTA DITOMASO 

ANITA DI PUCCIO PATRICK DICKEY 









Jim really takes his studies to heart. 



BARBARA MARGARET DODDS PATRICIA DREIFORT MICHAEL DROTOS JOANNE DUCCA 

DINISHAK 

WILLIAM DIXON JEAN DRAGOLIC ARLENE DRENIK DENNIS DRUMMOND COLLEEN 

EASTABROOKS 



WILDA ECKLER 
ELANE EDDY 








Good grief! I forgot to turn this poem into EUCUYO! 



KAREN 

ENGELBRECHT LYNN ANN ERJAVEC FREDERICK ESTANICH ROBERT ESTVANKO BRENDA EVANS 






JAMES EVANS 



JOHN EVANS 



GARY FARLEY 



JOAN EVANS 




BETTY FABER 




WILLIAM FEITH 



"Yes, this is the president of the Barry Goldwater Fan Club." 



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RICHARD FINK ROGER FIORILLE PAMELA FLALER EILEEN FOGEL ANTHONY FORTUNA GEORGE FOWLER 

JOHN FIORELLI MARY FISTER JOHN FOCHT JEFFREY FORKER JERRY FOUST ROBERT FOXALL 




If I put it back in the glass he'll never know it spilled. 




RICHARD EVAN FRANCIS, JR. 

FRAEDRICH 
RALPH FRANCIS CURTIS FREED 




CRAIG FROWNFELTER 
GERALD FRYE 



ELAINE FULLER 
GLENN FURTH 



SUSAN GADUS 
JUDY GARDNER 



THOMAS GARZONE 
ROSALIND GAYLON 




No wonder it won't start — you took the spark plugs out! 











STEPHEN GEBE 



DANIEL GEDDES TERRENCE GERSON DAVID GERWIN 



I'm sorry, you can't make Thespians. We don't accept people who wear funny clothes. 






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JAMES GESSIC 
GARY GEZANN 



WILLIAM GIBB 
JAMES GIBSON 



SHIRLEY GIBSON 
JILL GINSBURG 



CAROLE GIORDANO MARY GLENN 
DONALD GLENN CAROLE GLEYFORST 



JOSEPH GLIEBE 

GARY GORSHA 

ROBERT GRAUS 



FRANK GRDANC 

JEAN GREEN 

LINDA GREEN 



SHARON GREGURICH 

FRANK GRISEZ 

RICHARD GUALTIER 



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DAVID GUENTZLER MARGARET GUTH 

LINDA GUESS TREVOR GUY 

BARBARA JOHN HABE 

GUGLIOTTA 

FRANK GURKO DAVID HABIAN 







ARTHUR HACH 
FRANK HADFIELD 



CAROL HAHS 
KAREN HALBEDEL 



JUDITH HALLORAN VERA HAMILTON 
CAROL HAMILTON FRANK HANES 



RICHARD HANSLIK 
NANCY HARDING 



JOAN HARPER 
JOHN HARTMAN 



Hold still. There's just one more bug. 




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BETSEY HARWOOD JOAN HAYES 



PATRICIA HAYES BONNIE HAYTAS DONNA HAYWARD 




Another Survey member hard a! work in the Survey office. 




GREGORY HENDERSON 
DIANA HENRY 
JUDY HENRY 
DIANE HERMAN 

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DARLENE HEUER 
HERMINE HICKS 
JUDITH HILL 
BONITA HOCEVAR 




ROGER HEAPS THOMAS HEASLEY GAYLE HEIL 



LINDA HEISE 



PAULINE HELLMAN ROSE HELM 



EDWARD HODKEY CAROLYN HOLTZ RAYMOND HORN 

LINDA HOLLIS ROBERT HOLWICK ALICE HORTON 



MARY HOTTOIS 
DONALD HOVANCSEK 




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ALLAN HRIBAR GREGORY HUEBNER WILLIAM HUMPHRIES RONALD ILG 
JANET HUDOCK DAN HUMPHREY DONNA HUNSTON PATRICIA IOSUE 



RONALD IVEC 
STANLEY IVEC 



PATRICK JACKSON 
ANTHONY JAGODNIK 




BERNARD JAROSCAK 

SANDRA JAUNSIS 

EVAN JENKINS 



LINDA JERABEK 

JAMES JERELE 

BARBARA JOHNSON 



DAVID JONES 

GERRAN JONES 

JOAN KADUN 




Reading Improvement is a help to many students. 



JOHN JAMES CARMELA JANKOVICH 

ANDREW JAMS EILEEN JARC 






JOHN KALEAL 



JEROME KAPLA 



SANDRA KAPUDJA PHILLIP KARABINUS 



Now, girls, I remember this from sophomore biology. 





THERESE KARDELL GERALD KAVON GAIL KELLER 

RUDOLPH KARICH SHARON KELEMBER ROBERT KELLY 



PHILIP KEYERLEBER LOIS KISH 
BARBARA KISH ROSE KISH 



PAULETTE KITKO 
JEWELL KLAUGA 
JERALDINE KLEIN 



SUSAN KLOTZBACH 

LUCINDA KNACK 

DIANE KNAUS 



ROBERT KNAUS 

JACK KNEALE 

JOHN KODRICH 





GLORIA KOGAN 
JAMES KOKOSKY 
GERALDINE KOLMAN 



LYNN KOMRAUS 
BONITA KOPACH 
SUSAN KORDA 



CAROLE KOSHER 
ROBERT KOSTICK 
ARLENE KOUCKY 



JAMES KOVACH 
RICHARD KOVAL 
MARY JANE KOZAR 





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Shaker, here we come! 



YVONNE KOZLEVCAR 
TERRANCE KRAMER 



DONNA KRAUSE 
THEODORE KRAUSS 




Santa Claus finds his delinquent elf. 




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The boys' quintet doesn't seem to have stage fright. 



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CLIFTON KREBS 

JUDITH KRIEGER 

HELEN KROME 



MARY JANE KRUEGER 

GARY KRULL 

JOSEPH KURTI 



MADELINE LA BANT 

DENNIS LA FOLLETTE 

CAROLYN LACNY 



GRANT LAMOS 

LINDA LANE 

ANITA LANESE 



NORMAN LARICCIA 

EDNA LAUB 

STEPHEN LAUDENBACH 



WILLIAM LAURENSON 

CAROL LAUSIN 

NEIL LAUTER 





Who says chess isn't a rough game? 

ROBERT LEBER NANCY LEFEVRE 

JUDITH LEHMAN THOMAS LEININGER 




ANITA LENARSIC JANICE LEPORATI 

LAWRENCE LENGEL ADELBERT 

LEUTBECHER 



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People are no darn good! 



LINDA LEYBECK DAVID LILLEY 



LAURENCE ROBERT LINDNER BETTY LINK 

LIGGETT 



BEVERLY LINDQUIST WILLIAM LINSLEY JOYCE LONCALA JOAN LUBE 

KAREN LOGAN RICHARD LONCHAR WENDY LUCAS 





JOHN LUDWICK 
LINDA LYTLE 



GEORGE MAC QUARRIE 
NANCY MAC QUARRIE 



JUDITH MACY 
GLORIA MADDA 



BEVERLY MADEY 
PENNELOPE MAHER 



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MARCIA MAIZEL KENNETH MALCHOW CYNTHIA MARKERT STEPHANIE 

MARSHALL 
MARIANNE MALANEY JOHN MARKATOS JACK MARSH RICHARD MARTIN 



WILLIAM MARTON GAYNELL MATHSON 

PETER MASKUNAS ELLEN MATLOCK 



It takes two to tango. 




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Curt Freed enjoys a Friday lunch. 



DELORES MATTIS FRANK MAUCERI RONALD MAY 

JOHN MATZELLE MARY MAUFF HENRY MAYER 



RAYMOND DAVID MC GOWAN NORMAN MEDLEN 

MC CULLOCH 
MARLENE MARCIA MCPHERSON DORIS MEKEDIS 

MC DERMENT 




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SARA MIDDLEBROOK 

MARY MIDDLETON 

ELIZABETH M1KLAVCIC 



RONALD MIKOVIC 

BARBARA MILAVEC 

HEATHER MILLAR 



CATHERINE MILLER 
JUDITH MILLER 
RONALD MILLER 




Pete and Judy enjoy the social room after school. 



ROBERT MERVAR NANCY MESOJEDEC 
ROBERT MERVIS MARY ANN MEYERS 



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DIANE MILMONT JAMES MOCHAN 
JOHN MIROSAVICH DONALD MOCK 




Dave: After my tremendous catch 
Gary: Here we go again. 



SIMON MOHLER DENIS MOHORIC BRUCE MOLNAR DEANNA MONROE WILLIAM MOORE 






MARLENE MOREL PETER MORKUNAS 




JEFF MORRIS 



LEE MORRIS 




DENNIS MORRISON GARY MOSS 



Which is yours, Joe? 



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THOMAS MOULIS SUSAN MUEHLEISEN BONNA MUIR 
JAMES MRAMOR SUSAN MUELLER ANN MURPHY 



CHARLOTTE MURRAY RAYMOND MYLAR HOWARD NEBE 

DALIA MUSTEIK1S JUANITA NADA CHARLOTTE NELSON 




You say Jose Greco is holding auditions tonight? 




VILLIAM NIEHAUS GLORIA NOSAN 
PATRICIA NOBBE DONALD NOVAK 




LAWRENCE NOVAK 
EUGENE O'SABEN 



RICHARD OCKUNZZI 
JOSEPH ODDA 



ANDREW OGRIN 
ROBERT OLESKI 



DONNA OPALK 
EDWARD ORAZEN 



This is better than the one we made last week 






MALCOLM OREBAUGH SHERMAN OTT 



BONNITA OWEN PATRICIA PADO 



LEE PAGE 



An underclassman is politely discouraged from wearing knee socks. 





RONALD PAGON 
CHRISTINE PAJK 



WILLIAM PALKO. JR. WILLIAM PATTON 
LILLIAN PAPP PRISCILLA PAUL 



CAROLINE PAVELKA LINDA PERZ 
PATRICIA PERROTTI BARBARA PETERSEN 



GERALD PETERSEN 

MARLENE PETRIK 

JOHN PETRO 



DIANE PETROU 

VICTOR PETROVIC 

ROGER PETROVICH 



CAROL PHILLIPS 
NANCY PHILLIPS 
JOHN PICCIANO 





JAMS PIKE KAREN PODWILS 

ANNE PINTER ROBERT POLLUTRO 

DIANE PISEK JAMES POSTLE 

JUDITH JEANNETTE POSTLE 
PODOBNIKAR 





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SHARON POUSS 
ALLEN PRETNAR 



STANLEY PRIJATELJ LUCY PROKOP WILLIAM PLGH 

ALICE PRIORESCHI JEFFREY PROLDFOOT MATTHEW PULEO 




Beat St. Joes! 



DENNIS PUNGERCHAR SARAH RALLS 
DONALD PURTILL MADELINE RANDAZZO 




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Seniors, whooping it up. 



THOMAS RANKIN KATHLEEN RASH PATRICIA RAYMOND 




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CAROL REBA 
MICHAEL REBA 
KEITH REDLIN 



JUDITH REICHENBACH 
BARBARA RHOADES 
PATRICK RICHARDS 



JAMES RICHARDSON 

BONITA RITZ 

ANN ROBERTS 



BEVERLY ROBERTS 

JEANNETTE ROBERTS 

RUTH ROBERTS 



RICHARD ROMAN 

JOSEPH ROMANO 

BARBARA ROMISHER 



JOYCE ROSCHY 

DONNA ROSITANO 

PATRICIA ROTE 





CHARLES ROWLES MICHELE SABETTI 
SHARON RUMOHR RICHARD SAK 
WILLIAM RUSS LOIS SALMICK 




Good morning. Your P. A. Announcers and Audio Technicians 




JOHN SAMSA RICHARD SARVER 

DENNIS SARICH SHIRLEY SAWYER 



DONALD SBROCCO 
BARBARA SCANLON 






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IULIANNE SCHEFF DOROTHEA SCHMIDT 

PATRICIA KATHLEEN SCHMIDT 

SCHEIBEL 



Pam and Tom work to finish Homecoming decorations. 




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BARBARA SCHMITT SHARON SCHOTT KATHRYN SCHUETTE JOHN SCHWEMLER 

LARRY SCHNEIDER RONALD SCHUBERT NANCY SCHWARTS JOAN SCOTT 



VIRGINIA SEBOCK 
BONNIE SEIFERT 



JOAN SERES 
FREDERICK SERNEL 




DANIEL SHIELDS 

ALAN SHINAGAWA 

MICHAEL SIKORA 



KATHLEEN SIMMONS 

LAWRENCE SINGER 

MARIAM SINGER 




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PATRICIA SMICIKLAS 


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CHARLENE SMITH 


PEGGY SNYDER 


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DOUGLAS SMITH 


JOANNE SOBLESKY 


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RONALD SOTKA 


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KENNETH SOWUL 

RAYMOND SPACAGNA 

CAROL SPENA 



JERALD SPENCER 

GERALD SPENKO 

PATRICIA SPRINGER 




Spirit is high on the bus to Parma. 






Students investigate all levels of literature. 



ICHARD THOMAS STEICH DANIEL STEVENSON JOHN STUNEBACK ELINOR STRAUB JACK SUBEL 

STASIENKO 
\NICE STEFANSKI CHARLES STEVEN BEVERLY STONE ROSEMARY STRAH JOSEPH STURM JUDITH SUHAR 




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EILEEN SULLIVAN NANCY SULLIVAN 
JUDY SULLIVAN DEANNE SUSNIS 




What do you mean you've got a boy at St. Joe's? 



MARY SUSTERSIC BARBARA SVRGA ROSEMARY SYRACUSE VERNA SYRACUSE SHARON SZALEK 







JOSEPH TANNENBAUM GARY TAYLOR 




ROCKWELL TAYLOR WILLIAM TEKAVIC 




JANICE TELISMAN CHARLES TERRANOYA 



Two's company, three's a crowd. 



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CHRISTOPHER CHARLES TILK 

TETRICK 
DAVID THOMAS NANCY TILLY 



PENELOPE TINKER 
LOUIS TOLAR 



BEVERLY TOMLE 
JOHN TRAUGER 



DONNA TRENTEL CARL TROUTEN, JR. 

CHARLES TRINITE SUSAN TROXELL 




SHEILA TROYER WILLIAM TURK 

THOMAS VERONICA TURNER 

TUCKERMAN 




JUANITA TYJEWSKI 
BEVERLY TYLER 



EILEEN TYRRELL 
GEORGE UNION 



RONALD UNKEFER 
PATRICIA URANKAR 



SANDRA URSINI 
SAUNDRA UTTERBACK 




The Presidential campaign was a highlight of the year. 





MARGARET VAGASKY WILLIAM VALENTINO BARBARA VALINCE FRANK VAN TILBLRG 



Look! Dave got a Marie-Antoinette doll. 





ANTHONY VARDIAN 
ROBERT VERH 



DAVID VERSHALL 
MARGARET VICIC 



RANDOLPH VIRANT KATHLEEN VIVIANO RICHARD WALLACE 

ANTHONY VITANZA BARBARA WALLACE DIANE WALZER 



LINDA WARNKE 

RONALD WATT 

HALLE WEBB 



LAWRENCE WEEKS 
JOSEPH WEIBLE 
SHARON WELCH 



MARILYN WENGER 

DENNIS WHELAN 

JOHN WHITEHEAD 



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JAMES WHITTAKER ELAINE WILTSHIRE 

WAYNE WILLIAMS CAROLE WINTERS 

LINDA WILLIAMSON SUSAN WITHER 

RAYMOND WILSON WALTER WOHLGEMUTH 




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LESLEE WOLF SANDRA WOLFF BRUCE YABROFF 

JON WOLFENBERG RICHARD WOODRUFF BONITA YANCHAR 



JACQUELINE 

YANCHAR 
JOHN YANE 







STANLEY YERAY DIANE YERT 



ROBERT YOUNG 



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GERRY YUHAS 



DAVID YURKOVICH MICHAEL YUROSKO 





tALPH ZAKRAYSEK MARY HELEN JANICE ZELE 

ZAVODNIK 



ANN ZERAVICA 



CAROLE ZGONC 



CAROLYNE ZGONC 




DAVID ZIMMERMAN PAULA ZIMMERMAN FRED ZUPANCIC 
JAMES ZIMMERMAN BEVERLEY ZUPANCIC JAMES ZUPANCIC 



RUDOLPH ZUPANCIC 
KENNETH ZUST 



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JUNIORS 







Mr. Frank Troglia, Junior Class Counselor. 




JUNIOR CLASS CABINET— Row 1. L. Winkler, C. 
Lutsch, K. Tomko, B. Miller, C. Allar. Row 2: C. Kosa- 
novich, L. Koci, L. Crobaugh, M. Perme, R. Wanchik. 
Row 3: S. Berry, T. Tekancic, K. Znidarsic, L. Burk, R. 
Ferrante. Row 4: M. DeMotte, N. Furniss, D. Roberts, M. 
Stapleton, C. McBroom, M. Scheer. 




Mrs. Helen Stewart, Junior Class Counselor. 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS— Sitting left to right: Treasurer, C. Pas- 
quale; Secretary, S. Heintz. Standing: Vice-President, C. Ehinger; President, 
J. Schael. 



It was the year in between, the year of 
waiting: waiting to inherit his legacy, to 
achieve the coveted title of "senior." The 
waiting was not always slow for the JUN- 
IOR; his time was filled. His subjects were 
harder, and homework piled higher and 
higher and finally toppled upon him and 
buried him. His activities increased as he 
anticipated his senior year. He hoped to 
be chosen for a position on one of the 
publications staffs. Swim club, choir, 
band, all took his time; and he began rush, 
rush, rush like a full-fledged senior. Then 
came the Junior Prom and the end of the 
junior whirl. And the waiting was over. He 
watched the seniors leave and felt proud 
and happy — and sad. He had made it, and 
now he felt important and grown-up, but 
all alone. 




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We've sure got a lot of homework this weekend! 



HOMEROOM 104— Row 1: M. Trinite, A. Beyer, D. Myers, R. Beljan. J. Bertosa, N. Beeke. Row 2: S. Berry, M. Boros, D. 
Boehlke, J. Bocskey, P. Bizzarri, V. Botz, B. Blasengame, J. Baum. Row 3: J, Beyerle, C. Belpulsi, H. Berthold, S. Peacock, B. 
Bogatay, C. Bodnar, B. Boettner, J. Benlein. Row 4: J. Donaldson, M. Bathory, B. Betts, R. Fox, B. Bending, C. Bayer, M. Ber- 
nard, T. Beckwith, G. Bielfelt. 




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HOMEROOM 103— Row 1: J. Alknecht, L. Bacnik, A. Anderson, H. Rose, J. Aljancic, H. Altenweg, B. Amato, R. Alloway, 
W. Attamante. Row 2: L. Amato, P. Allbery, J. Auten, K. Bahr, K. Balsley, J. Adkins, L. Andrews, N. Bailey, C. Arnold, R. 
Ahey, C. Balogh, J. Bates. Row 3: D. Armstrong, R. Archbold, C. Amato, P. Mika, M. Allchin, D. Aljancic, C. Allar, K. Avery, 
N. Anderson, G. Bacnik, E. Bajec, K. Lustrik, R. Alexander. 




HOMEROOM 107— Row I: D. Stiscak, B. Stefe, C. Miller, M. Soeder. Row 2: C. Spikula, P. Sopata, D. Snyder, P. 
Strang, V. Stillinger. Row 3: S. Spolar, R. Sherman, E. Schwartz, T. Siciliano. Row 4; K. Stomberg, M. Stapleton, F. 
Stidworthy, S. Stevens, D. Smith. Row 5. G. Smith, J. Smith, P. Oberstar. R. Scott, J. Senart. Row 6: T. Shearer, M. 
Seleman, T. Skebe, K. Roth, B. Sedey, R. Sheppard. 




HOMEROOM 108— Row 1: K. Bubonics, J. Cesa, K. Blassingame, E. Bulicek. Row 2: C. Chinnici, M. Budan, J. 
Chiofolo, K. Cholewicki, D. Camino. Row 3: W. Beers, D. Brigden, B. Breeden, J. Boyle, D. Brinza. Row 4: B. Bizzarri, 
B. Bowman, G. Brinovec, L. Burk, M. Breitsch, M. Koren. Row 5 B. Boehmer, P. Bruch, M. Church, S. Clark. S. 
Cavell, B. Castrovinci. 



HOMEROOM 109— Row 1 : R. Chaunce, E. Jarc, R. Copperstein, D. Coy, G. Burke, F. 
Collins, W. Colonna. Row 2: H. Cummings, R. Colt, S. Crane, L. Clotts, P. Corrigan, L. 
Crobaugh, C. Couch. C. Collins, P. Corea. Row 3: S. Pureber, J. Cook, R. George, W. 
Dague, G. Dackor, J. Oker, W. Cooper, L. Crawford, P. Corrigan. 




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HOMEROOM 118— Row I R. Drear, J. DeRosa, P. Davidson. R. Dunker, R. Dieckmann. Row 2: M. De- 
Motte, K. Dailey, M. Dorn, R. Dunn, L. Dey. Row 3. B. Ellis, F. Diulus, H. Dengel, M. Dodds, B. Seaman. 
Row 4: J. Eggleston, K. Cwik, M. Domitor, C. Elbe, J. Dean, S. Dadlow. Row 5. O. DeMarco, H. David, F. 
Doljack, R. DiVito, P. Doller. 



Just as this invisible screen protects me . 




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HOMEROOM 127— Row 1 : M. Fenster, R. Felz, R. Ferrante, B. Fitzmaurice, M. Fike, K. Fee. Row 2: 
P. Fischietto, S. Feldman, J. Fleshin, D. Felmly, D. Budie, S. Piskur, J. Fifolt, C. Ehinger. Row 3: B. Chicone, 
M. Estvander, B. Fioritto, J. Feith, B. Fifolt, K. Fetter, F. Robbins, J. Kidd, W. Ebert, D. Edwards. 

HOMEROOM 131— Row 1 : F. Fleck, L. Fowler, N. Trivansono, C. De Mora. Row 2: L. Freeh, M. Gaylon, P. Freed, N. Fur- 
niss, C. Fried, S. Geyer. Row 3: G. Furth, N. French, M. Mangino, B. Fuchs, M. Keszenheimer. Row 4: J. McKeon, J. Flowers, 
T. Frye, J. Frazier. Row 5: S. Edge, J. Froom, T. Van Tilburg, D. Garten, R. Gasper. 




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Gee. but pizza is messy! 



HOMEROOM 201— Row 1 . P. Groonis, V. Goss, J. Globokar. Row 2: K. Gortz, W. 
Gerl, D. Gillespie. Row 3: C. Butler, D. Glatz, S. Goodyear. Row 4: K. Greenway, S. 
Gordon, L. Gribbons, J. Gallo. Row 5. R. Halderman, N. Hamilton, M. Green, B. 
Gauch. Row 6: L. Grajzar, W. Grant, R. Glaser, P. Naujoks. Row 1 : M. Greitzer, G. 
Genzen, T. Kukorelli, J. Granville, A. Gronert. 






HOMEROOM 212 F— Row \: J. Grinstead, J. Harrison, G. Hasselbach, D. Gyongyas, C. Hayes, 
L. Gunton, D. Gulbenkian, J. Hart. Row 2. S. Heintz, S. Heasley, K. Harris, B. Helmick, B. Hava,' 
S. Haney, F. Hellman, D. Hiller, J. Haykar. Row 3: T. Hamilton, B. Haworth, B. Harper, P. Har- 
ris, C. Harrison, K. Hutchinsson, D. Janis, R. Hasher, B. Fink, K. Hall. 



HOMEROOM 218— Row 1 : J. Huston, J. Hovan, J. Whiting, K. Hola, R. Hodder. Row 2: J. Kasunic. K. Kimberly, S. Jones, J. Colan B Kenyon 
C. Keidel. Row 3: M. Kelly, F. Kirk, C. Mullins, C. Johnson, C. Jonke, D. Garland, B. Kimen, P. Johnson. Row 4: J. Hodge,' T. Jamni'k B Henik- 
man, R. Horrocks, R. Hughes, B. Herbst, R. Hurlburt, D. House, B. Hudec. 






HOMEROOM 222— Row 1: H. Krauss, G. Krecic, B. Laddis, R. 
Koskovics. Row 2: E. Kozar, G. Krielow, M. Kulwin, J. Zimmer- 
man. Row 3: P. Iafigiola, T. Kelly, D. Kleinkenz, D. Kadunc. 
Row 4: G. Gross, D. Kaye, D. Kanner, B. Klann. 




HOMEROOM 222— Row 1: C. Lanese, P. Krueger, C. Kristoff. 
Row 2: C. Krnell, L. Kytle, I. Krogman, C. Kosanovich. Row 3: 
D. Kne, B. Kaib, D. Klann. W. Klich. Row 4. P. Mikus, T. Jarvis, 
G. Kalan, B. Jones, L. Girad. 



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HOMEROOM 226F— Row 1: R, Koskinen, J. Lakatosh, G. Langa, L. Kogan, G. Korosec, B. 
Leber, R. Lange. Row 2: G. Lerz, B. Luckay, F. Lorence, S. Lewis, M. Lasnik, B. Lentz, J. Reed, 
P. Kostansek. Row 3: J. Kurtis, T. Krampel, B. Lohrey, P. Leister, P. Ludek, J. Lonchar, C. Larkin, 
G. Hager, C. Kos. 



HOMEROOM 226B— Row I : R. Leisenheimer. T. McGill, W. Linsz, 
R. Lilley, G. Lohrke. Row 2: B. Maher. J. Martin, N. Malzahn, M. Mari- 
low, D. MacAskill, P. Mason. Row 3: M. Manfredonia, D. Magargil, D. 
Matic, J. Mandel, L. Mateyka, G. Macks. Row 4: T. Leigh, R. Lehman, 
S. Lipnicki, R. Long, J. Malokas. Row 5/ D. Mansuy, W. Mallula, R. 
Leland, C. Lokar, D. Mansperger. 




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HOMEROOM 304— Row 1: L. Milazzotto, S. McNamara, P. 
Miller. Row 2: D. Mason, K. Meares, D. Misch. Row 3: M. Mi- 
lone, C. Meden, M. Mazza. Row 4: K. McCormick, K. Mihalic, 
C. McBroom, D. Dardis. Row 5: J. Miller, T. Miller, K. D'Anna, 
M. Medlen. Row 6: J. Markouc, C. Martin, D. Caballa, C. Lar- 
domita. Row 7: D. Miller, R. Miller, R. Martin, D. Mester, K. 
Mehls. 



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You want to see where the baton hit me? 



HOMEROOM 312— Row 1. B. Neff, M. Mihalic, J. Moser, R. DeMore, P. Opalich, J. O'Korn, M. Montagner. Row 2: W. Mutchler.W. Murray, 
D. Mylar, B. Mushinko, C. Novak, D. Morton, M. Myers, L. Musteikis, W. Needs, W. Morrell. Row 3: W. Newcomb, L. Morse, K. Neustedt, M. 
Kapke, R. Moster, A. Newman. W. Morgan, D. Nettis, E. Naininger. 




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HOMEROOM 305— Row 1: K. Giesse, P. Machurey, N. Mauer, C. Wright, L. Foy, E. 
Fromer, C. Lutsch, M. Falcone. Row 2: J. Fitzgerald, F. Gron, R. Yurkonis, J. Mantel, 
K. Mog, P. Lang, L. Sipes, C. Cline. Row 3: W. Kranvich, R. Vesey, J. Self, R. Lefkowitz, 
W. Young, G. Sandy, B. Zinner, W. McPeek. 



HOMEROOM 313— Row 1. D. Wohlgemuth, D. Strnad, M. Wehrle, K. Tomko. Row 2: J. Kap- 
penhauer, D. Grano, S. Smekel, B. Rudolph. Row 3: C. Land, C. Mangano, B. Schulze, E. Yingling, 
R. Zuzek. Row 4: C. Vernelson, B. Trouten, D. Wilson, J. Ross. Row 5. D. Perkins, J. Hasko, J. 
Walters, R. Stefancic, L. Stegh. 




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HOMEROOM 316— Row 1 . S. Paulsen, C. Paratore, A. Pelyak, M. Perme, S. Peterson. Row 2: B. Opdahl, W. O'Coin, R. Ball, 
G. Ostrowski, K. Orazen. Row 3: B. Papp, D. Miese, K. Mack, B. Pavlik, J. Pejack. Row 4: T. Ostkar, V. Clemence, M. Filipovic, 
R. Nowacek, C. Orlando. 



HOMEROOM 318— Row 1 : B. Miller, S. Flood, G. Potichny, D. Paul, D. Overberger, W. Peck, F. Pavlic, P. Parziale, M. Price. Row 2: 
D. Potts, M. Plesea, M. Powalie, B. Besednik, C. Pitt, J. Piskus, M. Prendergast, G. Pointer, B. Ponce, J. Pulver. .Rem' 3: T. Kevern, R. 
Otto, F. Parsons, K. Pekas, E. Palm, J. Eeckhout, A. Paulovcin. R. Palmer. R. Pejeau, D. Papesh, F. Kockevar, C. Parsons. 




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HOMEROOM 325— Row 1 : R. Perry, M. Fitzsimmons, M. Pistillo, D. Ritchie, J. Wasenda. Row 2: M. Rast, D. Roberts, S. Robasz, L. Reibe, D. 
Radencic, E. Race. Row 3: C. Reider, L. Richardson, K. Rock, N. Richmond, S. Robbins, J. Romano. Row 4: W. Pettik, J. Peterson, E. Petrich, 
T. Perlioni, T. Polsinelli, D. Petro, R. Peterson. 



And the Juniors say again, "'Welcome Sophomores.' 




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HOMEROOM CHORAL ROOM-Sou 1 : L. Scott, J. Slaby, J. Scott, M. Scott, J. Beck, P. Slitor, C. Kranyak. 
Row 2: B. Schmaeman, T. Occhionero, J. Sheridan, S. Smekel, E. Skerly, R. Skrout, S. Seifort, J. Sandy, J. Schael. 
Row 3: E. Roscak, D. Schultz, C. Schroeter, R. Sanderson, C. Ryan, P. Ryan, D. Schmidt, T. Schaeffer, J. Roth. 



HOMEROOM 326 F— Row 1 : K. Penny, B. Samsa, M. Scheer, P. Sawyer, J. Fox. Row 2: S. 
Suanway, R. Ross, L. Daugherty, J. Schneider, L. Sanders, B. Sabula. Row 3/ F. McVetta, B. Rinas, 
T. Reya, J. Forester, B. Reynolds, L. Schulz. Row 4. H. Reider, S. Ritz, D. Primo, N. Raasch, L. 
Long, R. Rini, L. Reinke. 




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HOMEROOM CAFETERIA C— Row I : J. Tennent, C. Thomas, R. Sven- 
wol. Row 2: J. Thompson, M. Taylor, C. Horn, J. Tilly. Row 3: R. Speel, D. 
Sobe, J. Englebrecht. Row 4: J. Starman, T. Snyder, J. Spencer, L. Smith. 





HOMEROOM CAFETERIA C— Row 1 : T. Tekancic, B. Stroh, R. Tek- 
alec. Row 2: J. Struna, B. Tekancic, P. Teras, J. Susman. Row 3: T. Spencer, 
P. Johnson, S. Stapp. Row 4: G. Boyd, W. Span, H. Spivack, J. Stanwick. 



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HOMEROOM CAFETERIA D— Row 1 M. Troha, D. Paskey, H. Theis, C. Tomaro, A. Tam- 
burrino. Row 2: G. Trentel, J. Twitchell, D. Ullom, R. Ullom, R. Wanchik, M. Travnik, N. Tom- 
sich, R. Sxaraz. Row 3: D. Wagner, J. Vormelker, I. Tucceri, N. Torok, D. Urbanick, J. Urbas, M. 
Tucker, J. Waldman, D. Schultz. Row 4: L. Stratton, K. Travis, F. Takacs, D. Susnis, J. Sturm, J. 
Brazee, E. Struna. G. Sumph, R. Stoner. 



HOMEROOM CAFETERIA E— Row 1: J. Usalis, F. Hatch, P. Ciccio, R. Vidmar, B. Vicic. Row 2: M. Wilk, C. Woda, D. Wheeler, S. Whitney, 
S. Wiskes, S. Wilson. Row 3: R. Wade, B. Winters, L. Winkler, B. Wheeler, S. White, S. Willcocks, J. Winkler. Row 4: R. Walk, H. Vucetic, R. 
Bystricky, D. Vigh, K. Varhola, D. Vend, S. Tumbry, B. Vella. 




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HOMEROOM CAFETERIA F— Row 1. G. Oesterle, T. Yurosko, D. Winter, 
K. Whelan. Row 2: S. Znidarsic. J. Zeider, S. Zatko, N. Zimmerman, K. Znidarsic. 
Row 3: C. Young, K. Zust, D. Wroniak, F. Zuchelli, P. Zaman, M. Yager. Row 
4: J. Puhger, G. Wieland, B. Yurosko, J. Zevnik, K. Wohlgemuth, C. Wendorff. 
Row 5: T. O'Hara, R. Kalnasy, H. Winkleman, L. Whalen, P. Zebrowski, J. Wiley. 



Seniors congratulate Juniors after the NHS Induction ceremony. 






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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS— Seated: President, 
D. Vukcevic; Vice President, T. Burroughs. Standing: Sec- 
retary, S. Agrast; Treasurer, A. Elliot. 



Counselors work to give sophomores an appreciation of their new school. 

He looked up and saw the newness and 
bigness all around him. How very young 
he felt; how much he had to learn. And 
with a spirited glow of grown-upness, he 
met an important challenge: adjusting to 
his new high school life. Slowly he grew 
from a gangling youngster to a real part 
of the school. His first year wasn't easy — 
dodging seniors in the hall and working 
hard at new and different subjects. The 
SOPHOMORE also got a taste of the 
fun so much a part of Euclid. A coke in 
the E-Room, cheers at the J.V. games, the 
first dance, the sophomore party — all were 
fun. He made new friendships, closer and 
more meaningful. And at last he began to 
look forward to the years that were yet to 
come. 



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Mr. John Reeves, Sophomore Class Counselor. 




Miss Edith Lemon, Sophomore Class Counselor. 




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HOMEROOM 114— Row 1: A. Bradshaw. J. Carlson, T. Burroughs, L. 
Boyce, J. Boyton. Row 2: C. Bradshaw, D. Bromley, L. Brendorfer, B. 
Brown, ^B. Burger. C. Brandich, G. Brandt, P. Bryant. Row 3: R. Brown, P. 
Brancae. S. Buchwald, B. Buchar, S. Brain, P. Blattau, J. Briggs, T. Burger, 
K. Buehner, D. Bubonics. Row 4: L. Burgin, D. Brougher, T. Campagna, 
T. Brown, J. Breen, J. Budas, T. Busch, R. Brown, C. Campbell, B. Broos. 



HOMEROOM 111— Row 1. C. Anderson, T. Albertone, B. 
Applequist. Row 2-: S. Bahr, L. Avery, M. Balsley. Row 3: D. 
Bailey, R. Austin, A. Alioto. Row 4: J. Gospodarich, S. Adams, 
P. Amata. Row 5: H. Chakirelis, R. Harnman, G. Alves. 




HOMEROOM 111— Row 1: B. Adams, R. Armstrong, P. Akra- 
boff. Row 2: D. Anderson, H. Bassett. Row 3: G. Antonacci, J. 
Bartholomew, R. Ashley. Row 4: J. Baker, K. Albertson, J. Baitt. 
Row 5: R. Bailey, T. Balser, D. Adams. 





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HOMEROOM 112— Row 1; D. Bernstein, J. Silvia, J. Birchak, T. Bizosky, N. Beunak, R. Blatnick, L. Bonar. Row 2: D. Bizily, J. Kramer, M. 
Barnhard, C. Boehmer, J. Beechuk, D. Bell, C. Bauer, J. Blassingame. Row 3: D. Baxter, D. Bennett, J. Bokar, P. Barritt, S. Bell, E. Beyer, M. Beery, 
B. Beal, G. Boczek. .Row 4: D. Blakely, R. Baur, T. Bell. F. Berge, J. Borowski, B. Blanc, W. Boag, A. Biondi, R. Bowen. 




HOMEROOM 116— Row 1: E. Kinn, C. Cozert, J. Cefaratti, I. Cefaratti, K. Cerr, P. Chylla, W. Conrad, J. 
Consla. Row 2: R. Collins, M. Cergol, S. Calvert, L. Clink, P. Carroll, K. Corrigan, P. Chamberlin, S. Coode, 
L. Burton, E. Capretti. Row 3: D. Corbett, D. Clarke, J. Carr, J. Carpenter, D. Chiarelli, R. Carroll, B. 
Cherry, L. Chalfant, L. Cohen, L. Cardinale. 




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HOMEROOM 130— Ron 1 C. Davis. J. Debelak, J. Delsanter. 
M. DeViney. Row 2: J. Donnett, R. Custard, R. Currutt. Ron- 3: 
B. Dembecu, J. Deely, M. Corrigan. D. Daugherty. 




HOMEROOM 130— Ron 1 P. De Franco. Row 2: R. Deana, R. 
Crane, L. Craig. Row 2: S. Doley, P. Deister, P. Dickinson. Row 
3: C. Cressen, M. Davis, P. Dilworth, L. Deegan. 




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HOMEROOM 133— Row 1. H. Faint, E. Eyer, R. Engel, P. 
Purdy, R. Elek. Row 2: M. Dushak, P. Federico, C. Eckert, M. 
Fields, B. Draxler, P. Duncan. Row 3: R. Marks, B. Farrill, D. 
Fike, N. Kaston, P. Drosutis, S. Blatsos M. Doyle. Row 4: L. 
Eaglen, G. Engelke, M. Aspinwall, M. Fletcher, A. Elliot, W. 
Figner, R. Fergus. 



HOMEROOM 207— Row 1. S. Gislason, P. Gensert, L. 
Gadus, M. Gault. Row 2: A. Mausser, G. Garleck, K. 
Fowler, L. Gerzeny, C. Flaesgarten. Row 3. L. Gaster, A. 
Gezann, M. Focareto, L. Goyaros, G. Francis, C. Gislason. 
Row 4: F. Fox, P. Gabalac, M. Galco, H. Geddes, J. Fra- 
zee. Row 5: A. Germano, M. Geiger, D. Foerste, M. Geyer, 
J. Friedel. H. Glenn. Row 6. A. Gooch, R. Green, H. Fox, 
K. Goldlust, G. Gale, D. Grapatin. 




HOMEROOM 208— Row 1. R. Hendy, D. Hall. Row 2: N. 
Gorsha, A. Gorsha, R. Gugliotta. Row 3: G. Grdolnik, M. Hada- 
rich, M. Grill, C. Halus. Row 4: S. Grisard, S. Hamilton, L. Hall, 
J. Gutka. Row 5: F. Hale, R. Haigh, D. Griffin, R. Greitzer. Row 
6: C. Highland, J. Helmink, L. Grugel, R. Harps. 




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HOMEROOM 212 B — Row 1: J. Kneale, K. Kennedy. T. Jones. F. Jernejcic, S. Tyjewski. Row 2: S. Stross, C. Iwanski, G. Irwin, K. 
Jambor, S. Jerkic, J. Jacavino, P. Ipavec, B. Inman. Row 3: J. Jurjev. K. Imbry, P. Jaffray, C. Janitz, W. Komito. Row 4: R. Kermavner, 
H. Kirchwehm, B. Kentner, W. Kirk, R. Kendall, R. Summers, P. Schultz, W. Jedlicka. 




HOMEROOM 215— Row 1 . P. Steinhoff, P. Klemencic, A. KaufTman, S. Kokely, 
B. King, M. Kalinowski, C. Kerestes, G. Kish, C. Klevay. Row 2: J. Kren, J. 
Kovach, D. Kasunic, N. Katanik, E. Sajna, S. Kintz, T. Krueger, J. DeWitt. Row 
3: R. Kromer. R. Lapuh, J. Kramer, R. Suttrich, R. Kovach, A. Johns, E. Dreher, 
J. Kosman. 



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HOMEROOM 216— Row 1 : B. Kramer, J. Kozak, M. Komar, M. Laukiavich, D. Lavo, J. Kovic. 
Row 2: R. Lausche, C. Lees, R. Kuharik, J. Krampenc, G. Krome, E. Kovacs, C. Laurich, E. Kon- 
te, G. Likovic, M. Leber. Row 3: C. Leppert, D. Leber, M. Lerz, J. Leonard, T. Lesko, R. Lipstreu, 
R. Lee. 




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HOMEROOM 210— Row 1: C. Hummon, S. Howe, L. Lindic, D. Harris. 
Row 2: J. Mervar, J. Hattendorf, C. Hart, M. Routzahn. Row 3: J. Hawson, 
R. Ipavec, J. Hillegas, W. Hollar. Row 4: D. Hrnyak, J. Hunt, J. Mrowca, 
J. Ink. 




HOMEROOM 210— Row 1: A. Hlbase, M. Hobzek, R. Hudec, J. Howard. 
Row 2: L. Horvath, L. Hrovat, S. Hiebel, N. Hanks. Row 3: C. Hehr, C. 
Van Scoder, S. Harris, D. Hoedt. Row 4: A. Hartnett, D. Hoppert, J. Hitty. 
P. Hitler. Row 5: B. Houck, R. Hotchkiss, B. Humphrey, D. Hudec. 



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HOMEROOM 221— Row 1. B. Makowski, R. Marmash, B. McKinley, W. Major, J. McGarry, 

C. Marn, C. Maresh, D. McCullock. Row 2: L. McGregor, M. Mulligan, L. McDonald, C. Martin, 
M. Mack, J. Mclntyre, M. McGraw, J. Marzi, P. Mahany. Row 3.- W. Morris, C. Morgenthaler, 

D. Nesbett, R. Murphy, B. Myles, L. Mooney, T. Needs, F. Milan, F. Oblak. Row 4: J. Mattox, J. 
Mlakar, K. Misick, R. Medved, T. Nowacek, L. Nason, T. Murphy, P. Milavec. 



HOMEROOM 229— Row 1 ; S. Novotny, L. Nurmi, J. Novak, J. Palko, B. Olah, J. Pickett, R. Palumbo. Row 2: B. Pappas, P. Plescia, L. Owen, J. 
Papp, E. Offak, R. Oelsner. Row 3: J. Pike, G. Pinta, J. Petrou, J. Polanc, S. Platzer, B. Pasquale. Row 4: C. Piper, W, Powell, K. Potokar, R. Pres- 
kar, D. Podwils, P. Plestis, D. Podobnikar. Row 5: S. Petrolwicy, F. Potochnik, J. Pollack, E. Peterson, R. Plantan, T. Phillips, C. Picciano. 



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HOMEROOM 223— Row 1. G. Panstares, C. Overberger, L. 
Kaprosy, G. Paolucci. D. Omanski, T. Oleksy. Row 2: S. Meall, V. 
Maklausich, M. Milavec, C. Nelson, E. Mauser, M. Nixon. E. 
Neat. Row 3: G. Miller, D. Mihaly. C. Mulford, C. Kovacs, 
D. Mihaly. B. Miller, J. Mason, N. Mijacek. Row 4. J. Palinkas, 
J. Peters, J. Orr, M. Orazen, T. Perko, C. Orebaugh, S. Naylor, 
S. Miller. 

HOMEROOM 220— Row 1: N. Lindquist, J. Lunder, A. Lovejoy, L. 

Loope. Row 2: L. Long. P. Mastro, G. Mackave, J. Locker. Row 3: N. 

Marolt, K. Dagley, D. Liptak, K. Lutz. Row 4: M. Markatos, C. Maher, 

C. Mansperger, B. Maeder. 





HOMEROOM 220— Row 1: M. Lucas, J. Lesiak, D. Lukat, J. Leskovec. 
Row 2: T. Markley, S. Simmons, O. Loeding, J. Malz. Row 3: L. Lege, V. 
Lowe, K. Love, K. Lybarger. Row 4: J. Mckee, D. Lyman, D. Maaswinkel, 
B. March. 



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HOMEROOM 303— Row 1 : T. Ruple, A. Russ, J. Rath, L. Rositanc, D. Ruff. 
Row 2: R. Ricksecker, M. Reider, S. Schade, M. Roma, S. Roskoph, J. Rossodi- 
vita, L. Scheid, P. Rosenblatt. Row 3: C. Ruebish, B. Rowles, J. Menart, L. Ritter, 
P. Locastro, S. Ryder, E. Sceranka, F. Rocco. Row 4; D. Reynolds, W. Repasy, 
R. Ronke, R. Rogell, K. Ricket, J. Ruscin, T. Russ, L. Rost. 



1 wish those seniors would let us study inside. 

HOMEROOM 301— Row 1: S. Rechner, P. Quigley, J. Reider, J. Pugliese, J. Renner, Row 2: S. Redmond, G. Polis, 
A. Rabun, K. Popiolek, L. Poese, V. Paradiso. Row 3: S. Potocer, B. Raymond, M. Prokopovich, G. Punoch, L. Rees, 
M. Radwanick. Row 4: K. Pierce, G. Pratt, N. Rakas, L. Reba, S. Foy, K. Purtill, R. Ranker. Row 5: R. Carter, J. 
Ramona, J. Randt, R. Randolph. J. Rechner, R. Racker, J. Renko, G. Rothrack. 




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HOMEROOM 310— Row 1. L. Taylor, W. Urbancic, D. Uncapher, R. Tubacek, V. Syracuse. Row 2: M. 
Tipping, D. Tyjewski, M. Toth, M. Toth, B. Trauger. Row 3: J. Tharp, J. Thronberens, C. Vagasky, C. Turk, 
M. Theodosian, R. Vaccariello. Row 4: J. Ursini, P. Vandetti, R. Templeton. J. Szilagyi. Row 5: P. Ezzo, P. 
Turk. M. Tokes, D. Turk, K. Tuckerman. Row 6: Tekanec, J. Ulepic, M. Tabor, J. Trohenter, T. Tucker. 



HOMEROOM 306— Row 1; W. Schmenk, S. Oznowich, J. Sharp, D. Sharp, J. Ryan. Row 2: H. Schieb, P. Sears, L. Simpson, L. Scheve, C. Se- 
dusky, P. Seleman, M. Hasto, E. Schneider. Row 3; R. Seaman, J. Schultz, J. Schultz, D. Simon, B. Sheppard, P. Shambaugh, P. Gallager. Row 4: 
B. Schench, W. Hale, T. Sawyer, M. Sabota, J. Semenik, J. Sabath, B. Schuler, R. Will. 




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HOMEROOM 320— Row 1: C. Weiss, D. Vargo, M. Winters, D. 
Wiltshire. Row 2: R. Golobec, B. Vidensek, E. Vesey, J. Vukcevic, 
P. Wilcox. Row 3: G. Westerfield, C. Valles. P. Watterman, D. 
Vitanza, D. Walsh. Row 4: S. Watson, V. Wick, M. Wagner, P. 
Waldron. Row 5: D. Wheeler, R. Von Sick, K. Walters, D. Vukce- 
vic, A. Wallace. Row 6: G. Wickes, T. Wilson, R. Verhotz, T. 
Wohlgemuth, J. Vidmar, R. Wood. 







HOMEROOM 308— Row 1: A. Strong, J. Stinson, D. Swisher. M. Springer, T. Springer, C. Staz. Row 2: M. Stefanchik, J. 
Strazier, K. Stone, C. Somich, J. Stanek, S. Tarantino, J. Stillinger, S. Stefanko. Row 3. B. Tercek. B. Strang, L. Teal, R. Sternen, 
S. Teitelbaum, S. Stojetz. N. Stoneback, D. Stock, S. Sweeney, B. Svekric. Row 4: J. Sumrada, S. Sulak, W. Strekal, K. Stoner, 
M. Strainick, B. Swindell. Row 5. F. Svekric, D. Struna, D. Spokas, G. Stanton, T. Stoiber, R. Stauffer. 




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HOMEROOM 307— Ron' 1. B. Sederholm, G. Jennrich, J. Shaw, L. Singer, J. Somrak. 
Row 2: K. Slater, A. Springer, D. Shrajner, E. Sokol, L. Somrak, J. Slanta, J. Koenig. 
Row 3: J, Bender, P. Smith, V. Snow, E. Spalek, C. Soeder, B. Spall, J. Scheufler. Row 4: 
J. Smolic, J. Seback, T. Snyder, A. Sluga, K. Shirk, R. Sielaff, E. Germ, T. Sixt. 



HOMEROOM 326B — Row 1 : S. Koren, E. Zagar, W. Zaflfino, T. York, J. Zimmerman, Row 2: B, Zupancic, S. Yanchar, B. Wilcoxon, C. Poulin, 
E. Wilke. S. Wilson, S. Yabraff. Row 3: K. Yane, M. Zola, L. Brock, P. Yapel, A. Will, A. Winet, M. Wilzke, N. Williams, J. Wright. Row 4: A. 
Wotsch, W. Zeravica, J. Worgull, J. Zigman, J. Wyhan, J. Kapsch, J. Yednock, J. Zimmerman. 





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What are the important moments in the life of a high 
school student? All of them, really. Some moments are 
more memorable, more dramatic, more climactic than 
others. Yet the big moments — such as those recorded in 
the 1961 EUCLIDIAN— are only the peaks founded 
upon other significant moments of preparation, of effort, 
of sacrifice, of decisions made for the durable satisfac- 
tions of life. 

Whatever course your future life may take, the time 
spent at Euclid Senior High School will always play a 
momentous part. Years are made of months, months of 
days, days of hours, hours of minutes. Wise investments 
of time here will pay rich dividends for your future. 

Congratulations to all who have labored to record 
these significant moments of your high school life. 

Lester E. Angene 
Superintendent of Schools 




As the Director of Secondary Education 
MR. ROBERT HOLLOWAY carefully 
supervised the secondary schools in Eu- 
clid. With the education and welfare of 
the students in mind, he worked continu- 
ally, with excellent results. 



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Building for better education. 



SCHOOL BOARD— Left to right: Mary King, Paul Reynolds. Dale Mansperger, William 
Tomko, Loyal Luikart. 




Watching the construc- 
tion of the new Administra- 
tion Building this year gave 
Euclid students a chance to 
reflect upon the work done 
by the BOARD OF EDU- 
CATION, the framework of 
the school system. 




DR. BERGEM clashed the cymbals to- 
gether. The amateur band never sounded 
better, and the drummer was spirited and 
enthusiastic. Playing drums was one way 
for our Dean of Boys to release tensions 
acquired after hard work at school. His 
jobs here were many and he handled them 
well. 



MISS GILLMAN walked briskly down 
Fifth Avenue amid a throng of last-minute 
shoppers. Christmastime in New York 
was spirited and gay, but her exciting va- 
cation had reached its end. Back at school 
Wednesday morning, our Dean of Girls 
was ready to aid and advise, and solve 
many problems. 



It has been an exciting time each year when the 
EUCLIDIAN is off the press and delivered to the stu- 
dents. This year, I am sure, will be no exception. The 
fine student staff, under faculty supervision, has worked 
as a unit to make this excellent production possible. To 
all of them I extend congratulations and thanks. 

You are anxious now to leaf through the pages and 
relive many activities pictured and related here. I am 
sure you will be proud that you own the EUCLIDIAN. 
I know that you will cherish this yearbook increasingly 
throughout the years ahead. 

This is a high school geared to the tremendous drive 
and expected accomplishments of the 60's. Each of you 
has a vital role to play in this important drama. May 
your contributions in the years ahead be emblematic of 
the fine training you have received at Euclid Senior 
High School. 

Sincerely, 
Clifford G. Owens 
Principal 





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All-expense-paid journeys to colleges 
around the country, colorful tours in a 
rented car through lovely New England 
campuses — these are some of the enjoy- 
able experiences concurrent with MRS. 
SHEATS' job of Assistant Principal in 
charge of college counseling. Although 
often finding it necessary to wait several 
weeks for an appointment, each senior 
planning to attend college became ac- 
quainted with Mrs. Sheats during helpful 
personal conferences. Through these con- 
ferences, Mrs. Sheats guided students to- 
ward making the right decisions and 
proved to be indispensable. 



"MR. HUNTER, do you have a band- 
aid?" asked an injured student. "What? 
You aren't the doctor? But I always 
thought . . ." And one more student left 
the office adjacent to that of the nurse. 

An unfamiliar man walked into a class 
and sat down. "Pssst," whispered a wor- 
ried student, "who's that spying on us?" 

Contrary to popular belief, this man is 
neither a school physician nor a spy. In- 
stead, often sitting in on classes to observe 
teaching methods, he is the Assistant 
Principal in charge of faculty. 



Driving to school daily in a gray sports 
car was one of the busiest members of 
Euclid High's administration. Assistant 
Principal in charge of school organiza- 
tions, MR. GRAHAM had hardly a free 
minute during the day. After setting up 
the school calendar in advance with the 
dates for all school events, Mr. Graham 
checked building permits, chaperones, 
and many other problems that came up. 
This year he worked with the new IBM 
system of grade cards and other school 
records for the first time. 



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SECRETARIES— Row I; M. Thompson, B. Fullerton, J. Edwardsen, M. Stein. Row 2: R. Piper, 
R. Carlson, M. Turk, I. Barber, D. Pintar, J. Boyer. 




LIBRARIANS— Left to right: C. Shearer, J. McCormack, B. Hamman, B. Farris. 




At four-thirty, after most of the students were gone, 
the school was still full of activity. The nurse was just 
leaving after a day of thermometers and aspirin. Up- 
stairs the four librarians catalogued books and piled 
them high. The cafeteria workers began to prepare food 
for a banquet at eight o'clock, and the maintenance 
staff readied the school for a busy morning. 




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MAINTENANCE STAFF — Row 1 : J. Ojnik, J. Jackson, F. Marn, J. Nanco, M. Berus. Row 2: A. Giameio, F. Hamilton, M. 
Mahne, A. Konte, A. Schepke. Row 3: R. Trisionne. Row 4: J. Ganser, L. DeMore, P. Clark, A. Fellows, K. Misiazek. 



Mrs. Helen Wise, School Nurse 



CAFETERIA STAFF— Row 1: E. Braeshear, K,. Bauer, J. Paladino, E. Zimmerman, J. 
Lonchar, M. Dondrea. Row 2: H. Coy, M. Bitzner, A. Eckenrod, C. Picciano, M. Pesec, 
F. Colbert. Row 3: L. Strako, B. Thomas, C. Douglass, J. Youngberg, M. Hoffart, I. 

Sandberg. 




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Robert Addis 

Social Studies 

Kent State University 

B.Sc. 

Baseball Coach 



Beverly Allen 

Home Arts 

Ohio State University 

B.S. 



Alvin Amster 
Business Education 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
MA. 
Sponsor, Bookstore 




It was fixed ! 








Joan Appel 

English 

Cornell 

University of California 

Western Reserve 

B.A. 




Charles Asher 

Social Studies 

University of Louisville 

Miami University 

B.Sc. 

MA. 

Football, Baseball Coach 



Paul W. Avers 
Mathematics 
Capital University 
Kent State University 
Hiram College 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



Ronald A. Backos 
Science 
California State 

Teachers' College 
Kent State University 
B.S. in Ed. 



Olin A. Bailey 
Science, Chairman 
Rio Grande College 
Ohio State University 
Kent State University 
Western Reserve 
A.B. in Ed. 
M.S. 
Sponsor, Movie Club 




Frank A. Aultz 
Reading Improvement 
Mount Union College 
Kent State University 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 
M.Ed. 



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Laurel Bonnelli 
Physical Education 
Western Reserve 
John Carroll University 
B.S. 

Sponsor, Majorettes. 
G.A.A. Bowling 



Adrian Buerger 
Mathematics 
University of Dayton 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. 



Hugh Caldwell 

Mathematics 

Defiance College 

Indiana University 

Purdue University 

Western Reserve 

Hiram College 

B.Sc. in Ed. 

M.S. 

Ass't. Baseball Coach 





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Lillian Barrow 
Business Education 
Muskingum College 
Ohio University 
University of Pittsburgh 
B.Ed. 
M.Ed. 



James M. Calvert 

Biology 

North Central College 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve 

B.A. 

M.A. 





Harold Blackburn 

English 

Otterbein College 

Western Reserve 

A.B. 

M.A. 

Chairman, 

United Appeal 



Katherine Bognar 

Language 

Notre Dame College 

Western Reserve 

B.A. 



Pera Campbell 

English 

Defiance College 

University of Wisconsin 

Ohio State University 

Kent State University 

B.A. 

M.A. 

Sponsor, 

Student Council 



Arlene Carter 
Biology, Health 
Bowling Green 

University 
Trinity University 
Western Reserve 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, 

Friendship Club 




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Lillian M. Centa 
Home Arts 
Fenn College 
Western Reserve 
B.Sc. 
M.Sc. 

Sponsor, Junior Red 
Cross Council 



Nancy Clark 
Science 

Allegheny College 
University of Michigan 
B.Sc. 
MA. 



Robert Wall Crary 

Social Studies 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve 

St. Lawrence University 

B.A. 

B.S. 

M.A. 



Harold Daugherty 
Industrial A rts 
Ohio University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Basketball Coach 



Carl Clements 

Science 

Capital University 

Ohio State University 

B.Sc. 




James F. Cliffel 

Mathematics 

John Carroll University 

B.S.Sc. 



Mario DeLeon 
Science 
California State 

Teachers College 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



William Demora 

Social Studies 

Ohio State University 

Kent State University 

Indiana University 

B.S. 

M.S. 



Patricia Cook 

English 

Western College for 

Women 
Miami University 
B.A. 
Sponsor, 

Friendship Club 





Jean Cox 


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Forrest H. Diehl 

Social Studies 

Hiram College 

Kent State University 

University of Colorado 

B.A. 

M.Ed. 



Clarence Eckert 

Industrial Arts 

Rent State University 

Western Reserve 

B.S. 

M.A. 

Wrestling Coach 

Ass't. Cross Country 





Donald G. Eisen 

English 

Western Reserve 

A.B. 

Sponsor, Spectrum 



Ahmed Fellague 

Language 

Ohio State University 

Mexico City College 

B.Sc. in Ed. 



Wilton Eckley 
English , Chairman 
Mount Union College 
Kent State University 
Penn State University 
DePauw University 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 
M.A. 

Sponsor, Survey 
Editorial Staff 






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Mary Fogarty 
English 
Bowling Green 

University 
Ursuline College 
B.A. 



Frank F. Fowler 
A d lusted Curriculum 
Ohio State University 
Bowling Green 

University 
Ohio University 
B.S. in Agr. 
B.S. in Ed. 



Audree S. Fox 
Physical Education 
Bowling Green 

University 
John Carroll University 
B.S. 
Sponsor. G.L.C.. Pep 

Club, Cheerleaders, 

Majorettes 



Kathryn Frye 
Home Arts 
Kent State University 
B.S. 

Sponsor, Friendship 
Club 




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Fat Panthers looking fat. 





Here, this ought to take care of that traffic ticket. 



John F. Griffin 

Mathematics 

Western Reserve 

B.S. 

M.A. 



Beatrice Hamman 
Librarian 
Western Michigan 

University 
B.A. 
B.L.S. 



Ronald Harding 
Social Studies 
Ohio University 
Western Reserve 
B.Ed. 



Aloysius Galicki 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Western Reserve 
Fenn College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 
Football Coach 



Katheryn Gates 

Language 

Marshall College 

A.B. 

M.A. 





Annarosa Ginevra 

Business 

Dyke & Spencerian 

Business College 
Kent State University 
B.Ed. 
Sponsor. Future Business 

Leaders of America 



Clayton D. George 
Business Education 
Fenn College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 

Sponsor, Euclidian 
Business Staff 



Dale Harper 

Music 

Cincinnati Conservatory 

of Music 
University of Cincinnati 
University of Akron 
Western Reserve 
B.Sc. 
M.A. 
Band & Orchestra 

Director 




Joan Hassen 
English, Government 
Temple University 
Youngstown University 
B.S. in Ed. 




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W. Dean Hawver 
Science 

Ohio State University- 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Agriculture 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Biology Club 



Claudia Hepner 
American History 
College of 

William & Mary 
B.A. 



Gertrude Hoeger 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio Wesleyan 

University 
Ohio State University 
Western Reserve 
Cleveland Institute of 

Art 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



Frank HofTert 
Social Studies 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 



Richard Hungerford 
Industrial Arts 
Hiram College 
Kent State University 
B.A. 
B.Sc. 



Merwin A. Hunkin 
English 

Cleveland College 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 




Carla Hunt 

Physical Education 

Kent State University 

B.Sc. 

Sponsor. Swim Club 




Jack L. Jenkins 




Dramatics 


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Indiana University 


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B.Sc. 


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M.A. 

Sponsor, Thespians 


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Sponsor, Stage Club 


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If that ref makes one more bad call, I'll hit him with my purse. 





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Fred Johns 

Counselor 

Western Reserve 

Kent State University 

Ohio State University 

B.Sc. 

M.A. 

Sponsor, Senior Cabinet 



Albert Judge 

Science 

Kenyon 

Kent State University 

University of Florida 

Western Reserve 

B.Sc. in Chem. 

B.Sc. in Ed. 

M.Ed. 

Sponsor, P. A. Club 

Milton J. Kadlec 
Industrial Arts 
Illinois State 

Normal University 
John Carroll 

University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Letterman's 

Club 
Football Coach 



Richard R. Keay 

Science 

Kent State University 

Miami University 

Western Reserve 

Ohio State University 

A.B. 

M.A. 

Athletic Director 




Not many boys out for wrestling this year. 



Edith K. Lemon 

Counselor 

Northwestern College 

Western Reserve 

B.Sc. 

M.A. 

Counselor 



Charles Lewis 
Adjusted Curriculum 
Western Reserve 
Ohio State University 
B.B.A. 




James W. Lindsay 
Social Studies 
Baldwin-Wallace 

College 
Wesleyan University 
B.A. 
M.A.T. 
Assistant Football. 

Track Coach 
Sponsor. N.A.S.S. 



Elaine M. Lokar 
Home Arts 

University of Wisconsin 
Ohio State University 
John Carroll 
University 
B.Sc. 



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Marjorie Malina 

Home Arts 

Ohio State University 

Mexico City College 

University of Colorado 

B.S. 



Embert M. Martin 
Industrial Arts 
Iowa State University 
B.Sc. 



Phyllis Mastin 

English 

Eastern Kentucky State 

College 
A.B. 
Sponsor, Friendship 

Club 



Marita Mathews 

English 

Eastern Kentucky State 

College 
A.B. 
Sponsor, Friendship 

Club 



Angelo Mazzocco 

Spanish 

Ohio State University 

B.A. 

B.Sc. in Ed. 




James McCampbell 
English 

Northwestern University 
B.Sc. 

Sponsor, Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 




David N. McKelvey 
Business Education 
Muskingum College 
Indiana University 
Gregg Shorthand 

College 
B.A. 

M.S. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Typing Club 




Robert E. McLaughlin 
General Metals 
Kent State University 
B.S. 




Edmund Mize 
Business Education 
Ohio State University 
Ohio University 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. 

Sponsor. Survey Business 
Staff 




Donald R. Mohr 
Physical Education 
Baldwin-Wallace College 
Bowling Green 

University 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 
MA. 
Head Football Coach 



This is good, but compared to my students from Virginia 



Eugene Noble 
Industrial Arts 
Ft. Hays Kansas State 

College 
B.Sc. 



Herbert Nold 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Bowling Green 

University 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 
Sponsor, Foreman's 

Club, Spirits' Club 
Tennis Coach 




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William E. Palmer 
Business Education 
Ball State Teachers' 

College 
B.S. in Ed. 



June G. Phypers 
Business Education 
Denison University 
Western Reserve 
Spencerian School of 

Commerce. Accts. & 

Finance 
New York University 
Radcliffe College 
Middlebury College 
A.B., MA. 

Frank Pringle 

English 

St. Bonaventure 

University 
St. Francis College 
Bucknell University 
John Carroll University 
Western Reserve 
Kent State University 
Penn State University 
B.A. 

Michael Raicevich 
Social Studies 
Ohio University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 





Now boys, this is where the bank is located. 



Howard E. Reminick 

English 

University of Toledo 

B.Ed. 

Asst. Wrestling Coach 



Sharon Ramlow 
English 

University of Toledo 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



John E. Reeves 

Counselor 

Kent State University 

Western Reserve 

Columbia University 

B.Sc. 

M.A. 




Charles Reno 
Science, Mathematics 
Edinboro State Teachers 

College 
Western Reserve 
Arizona State University 
B.S. 



Martin Reno 
Science, Mathematics 
Edinboro State Teachers 

College 
Harvard University 
B.Sc. 
M.Ed. 



Victor Resch 
Pliysical Education 
Miami University 

(Ohio) 
University of Miami 

(Fla.) 
B.S. in Ed. 
Swimming Coach 



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David Allen Reser 
Mathematics 
Miami University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 




Donald Rinkes 
Mathematics 
Muskingum College 
West Liberty State 

College 
West Virginia University 
Ohio State University 
Kent State University 
Case Institute of Tech. 
Fenn College 
B.Sc, M.Ed. 
Sponsor, Camera Club 




Leonard Robuck 
English 

Western Reserve 
B A 


Terry Ross 
English 

Ohio Wesleyan 
B A 


Roger Round 
English 


Marcia L. Rust 
English, Journalism 


Otto Santos 
Business Education 


Mount Union College 
Penn State University 


Ohio Wesleyan 
University 


John Carroll University 
Kent State University 


MA. 


Ass't. Football Coach 
Ass't. Track Coach 


Kent State University 

A.B. 

M.E. 

Sponsor, N.F.L. (Debate) 


Western Reserve 

B.A. 

M.A. 

Sponsor, Eucuyo 


B.S. 
B.A. 



How much do I need for lunch? 




William E. Saul 
Business Education 
Westminster College 
Western Reserve 
Erie Business College 
John Carroll University 
B.B.A. 



Charles Sawyer 
Business Education 
Kent State University 
B.Ed. 




Carol Sembric 

English 

St. Mary's College 

St. Mary of the Springs 

College 
University of Laval 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 



Linda Slavin 

Physical Education 

Western Reserve 

University of Michigan 

B.S. 

Sponsor. G.A.A. 



Delmar V. Smith 
Business Education, 

Chairman 
Ohio Northern 

University 
Columbia University 
International College of 

Business 

Administration 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Director of Placement 




Granville B. Smith 

English 

Duquesne University 

Indiana State Teachers 

College 
Penn State University 
B.S. 
M.A. 



Ruth Smith 

Social Studies 

Flora Stone Mather 

Western Reserve 

A.B. 

M.A. 

Sponsor, F.T.A. 



John Snodgrass 

Social Studies 

Ohio State University 

Baldwin Wallace College 

B.A. 



How would you like to try out for Choral Masters, son? 




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H. W. Spangler 

Science 

Heidelberg College 

Western Reserve 

B.A. 

M.S. 



Mary Ann Spretnak 
English, Social Studies 
Miami University 
Western Reserve 
B.Sc. in Ed. 




Merwin R. Staines 
Industrial Arts 
New York State 

University 
University of Colorado 
B.Sc. 
M.Ed. 



William A. Starr 
Chemistry, Physics 
Indiana State College 
Allegheny College 
B.S. 



John Supance 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Stevens Point Teachers 

College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 
Asst. Basketball Coach 



Helen Stewart 

Counselor 

Kent State University 

Western Reserve 

Ohio State University 

University of Zurich. 

Switzerland 
University of Hawaii 
B.Ed., M.Ed. 
M.A. 




Mr. Harper greets the band with his usual sunny smile. 



Donald Steinbrink 

Science 

Ohio State University 

B.S. in Agriculture 

B.S. in Ed. 

Sponsor, Biology Club 



Cecelia P. Stillman 
Government, Economics 
Radcliffe College 
Western Reserve 
A.B. 



James Stuckey 
Social Studies 
Bluffton College 
Ohio State University 
B.A. 
M.A. 





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Teachers congratulate each other after students produce successful play. 





Clarence Swackhamer 
Physical Education, 

Chairman 
Wilmington College 
Ohio University 
Columbia University 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.A. 



Judith Sweet 
English 

Ursuline College 
A.B. 





Stephen Sydor 

Russian, English 

Ohio State University 

Indiana University 

B.A. 

B.S. 

M.A.T. 



Sam W. Taylor, Jr. 

Music 

High Point College 

Northwestern University 

B.Sc. in Music 

M. Music 

Choral Director 




Edward T. Tekieli 

Business 

Glenville State College 

W. Virginia University 

AD. 

M.S. 

Asst. Football Coach 

Asst. Baseball Coach 

J. V. Basketball Coach 




Dale Thompson 
Mathematics 
Butler University 
West Virginia 

University 
Muskingum College 
A.B. 
Cross Country, Track 

Coach 



Norman Thompson 

Science 

Kent State University 

Western Reserve 

B.Sc. in Ed. 

M.A. 

Sponsor. Movie Club 



Frank Troglia 

Counselor 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve 

B.Sc. 

M.A. 




Maria Vida Urbancic 
Spanish, World History 
Notre Dame College 
Western Reserve 
A.B. 



Anthony V. Vaccariello 
Language 
Miami University 
Western Reserve 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.A. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Ad Club 
Faculty Manager of 
Athletics 



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Lawrence A. Wilson 


Robert E. Yocum 


Margaret Zimmerman 


Science 


Business Education 


Language 


Kent State University 


Kent State University 


Moravian College for 


B.S. 


B.Sc. in Bus. Ed. 


Women 
Middlebury College 
Columbia University 
B.A. 
MA. 





Fred A. Vollman 
Industrial Arts, 

Chairman 
Western Reserve 
Cleveland Institute of 

Art 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.A. in Art 



Stanley Whiteside 
Social Studies, 

Chairman 
Ohio University 
Ohio State University 
University of Wisconsin 
Lewis and Clark College 
B.A. 



George Wiley 
Co-Ordinator, Special 

Achievement Classes 
Oberlin College 
Western Reserve 
Ohio State University 
A.B. 
M.A. 



Beula Wilson 
Mathematics. Chairman 
University of Southern 

California 
Western Reserve 
B.A. 
M.A. 



Nothing goes on behind my back that I don't know about. 



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CLASSES 




New techniques in language teaching — the language lab. 



It is eleven-thirty on a certain Sunday evening. A 
weary sophomore closes his literature book and emits a 
deep sigh. He realizes that tomorrow he will have to 
know Silas Marner forward and backward for his 
ENGLISH CLASS. 

It is twelve-thirty the following Monday morning. A 
junior sets aside his copy of Moby Dick and rubs his 
eyes. This year his English class has emphasized Ameri- 
can literature. Now his only hope is that he will be able 
to remember just what that white whale symbolizes. 

It is one-thirty that same morning. A senior swallows 
his last sip of black coffee, puts a sheet of paper in his 
typewriter, and begins his explanation of Macbeth's 
character. He clenches his typewriter eraser in his teeth 
and hopes his paper will be finished within the next few 
hours. 



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I'm flunking French; C'est la vie. 
I'm flunking Spanish; Asi es la vida. 
I'm flunking Latin; Vita est. 
I'm flunking German; So ist das Leben. 
I'm flunking Russian; BDT KRK. 

Even these familiar groans are encour- 
aging to the LANGUAGE teacher listen- 
ing through his earphones at the front of 
the lab. Patiently he repeats the compli- 
cated phrase. The class renews its efforts 
to translate the language to the English 
idiom. Conjugate verbs; decline nouns; 
study idiomatic expressions; combine all 
of these into coherent sentences. As the 
French tape ends, the student turns the 
lesson switch to "off," and wearily rises 
to leave. Regardless of his temporary de- 
pression, he will be back tomorrow to try 
again. Each day he gains a little more un- 
derstanding of the basic principle of his 
language and of the country where it 
originated. 



Demonstration speeches encourage self-confidence 
and imagination. 



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Mr. Smith leads book report discussions in the English Seminar. 







Broadway . . • 

"Relax, Olivier, and take it over again. 
This time don't drop the eggs." 

"Miss Merman, try it with the glasses 
cupped on your hands." 

"Miss Martin, why don't you try throw- 
ing your hat into the air? No, no, not that 
high! Now you'll have to get it down from 
the light." 

The students retrieve their props, take 
a deep breath, and prepare to perform 
their skits again. Under the imaginative 
direction of Mr. Jenkins they are gaining 
stage experience in their DRAMATICS 
CLASS that will benefit them if they never 
take Broadway by storm. 

"Sir Lawrence, I think you might look 
better in a baseball uniform." 

"Ethel, if you'll wait a minute I'll help 
you get the glasses off your hands." 

"Mary, I'll get your hat down." 



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The brush swirls down and around, 
leaving a wet purple track behind it. An 
agile hand turns a lump of cold clay into a 
willowy figure in abstraction. In ART 
CLASS our young Michelangelo has a 
chance to express himself: his feelings and 
emotions, his inner character. And though 
the glaring blotches on a canvas seem 
pointless and artless to some, they have 
a special meaning for their creator. He 
has given of his time and of himself and 
has created. 



An art student works for perfection. 




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to organization. 



Future taxpayers learn the fundamentals of form 1040. 



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1040W U.S. IND1V1MI 







Think; write. Think; discuss. This pat- 
tern, followed in JOURNALISM 

CLASS, teaches students to organize their 
thoughts into clear, meaningful words, 
phrases, themes and news stories. Since 
the class is not rigidly bound to a textbook 
more time than usual is devoted to dis- 
cussions, which range from the merits of 
the latest movies, records, and plays, 
through the techniques of advertising and 
propaganda, and even to the pros and 
cons of censorship. 



Walking through the halls during any period, one 
could hear classes discussing life and its problems in 
world centers as remote from each other as Moscow, 
Formosa, Washington, D. C, Havana, and Berlin. 
These were only a few of the topics covered by the SO- 
CIAL STUDIES CLASSES. Others discussed problems 
here at home: the nation's economy, the home and fam- 
ily, and the workings of our government. Although the 
social studies classes vary widely, all have the same pri- 
mary purpose of helping students learn about the United 
States and other countries, their problems and their 
peoples. 






Formaldehyde permeates 
the BIOLOGY classroom. 
At tables students pore over 
the internal organs of dead 
fish, carefully noting their 
digestive organs and skele- 
tons. 

Others, less inclined to 
serious observation, whis- 
per excitedly, "Hey, what's 
this green stuff?" 

"Don't throw it away. 
We can take it to the cafe- 
teria and put it on some- 
one's lunch tray." 



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Understanding is the most important product of chemistry class. 



Drip, drip. Acid trickles slowly down 
the tube. Hot and steaming, it swirls 
through the cold black powder. A moldy 
green sludge now jumps and bubbles every- 
where. From the noxious mass, bubbles 
swell and burst. Their deadly fumes, an 
eerie yellow-green, twist and turn through 
a maze of rubber tubes and jars. Skillful 
hands maneuver bottles full of gas, re- 
placing them with empty jars. A hand 
slips; a jar falls to the floor and shatters. 
Doors fly open and students rush out, 
coughing and gagging. The CHEMISTRY 
CLASS has learned that 
4HCl + Mn0 2 ->MnCl 2 +2H 2 0+Cl 2 t 




Light explodes in a myriad of dazzling colors as a 
prism bends a single white ray into a shimmering rain- 
bow. Students in the darkened room are experimenting 
with light. Later, a block of wood creeps slowly down 
an inclined plane, and dull silver weights stretch a cop- 
per wire taut. Students frantically copy figures and make 
graphs, plotting points and drawing lines. PHYSICS 
CLASS: problems, pulleys, levers, vectors, headaches, 
and young physicists who enjoy experiments and can 
take hard work. 




Physics students use everyday objects to prove scientific theories. 



A ball point pen ... a point of focus. 




158 





Trig functions present a problem. 




Armed with the tool of 
his trade, a slide rule pro- 
truding from a back pocket, 
the MATHEMATICS stu- 
dent begins his test. He feels 
confident. The brimming 
knowledge gained in past 
years overflows onto his test 
paper. The lines and angles 
of geometry, X's and Y's of 
algebra, the sines and tan- 
gents of trig all will profit 
him in future years. Yes, 
one day they will help him. 
But right now problem six 
has him completely stumped. 



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In the BUSINESS course 
classes at Euclid, students 
learn important details of 
what their duties in the busi- 
ness world will be. They are 
taught how to manipulate 
competently various types 
of office equipment, from 
typewriters to duplicating 
machines, and struggle 
through the intricacies of 
shorthand and bookkeep- 
ing. These students will 
leave Euclid knowing they 
are fully prepared to be- 
come efficient office workers. 



Students use the various business machines ... to gain practical experience. 






Skillful dressmakers display careful preparation. 



Cooking classes work hard to learn the culinary art. 




"Aughh! I must have salted this twice!" 
is a frequent cry from the would-be cooks 
who work their formulas in the home 
economics laboratory. Mouth-watering 
aromas filling the halls are the sign that 
the girls are hard at work in COOKING 
CLASS, gaining valuable experience that 
will give them a head start as future home- 
makers. 

Armed with pattern, material, needle 
and thread, scissors, pins, and tape meas- 
ure, the SEWING student begins her first 
project. Cut, pin, baste, press, stitch, gos- 
sip. While gaining useful skill in tailoring, 
she creates an attractive and practical 
wardrobe. 



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Relaxed? Not quite. Good driver? Not quite. 



Changing a hobby to workable knowledge. 






Curbs jump, trees move, 
and other drivers head for 
cover as Euclid's DRIVING 
students practice on the 
streets of Euclid in the driv- 
er training cars. 

Some students approach 
their first day in the car 
confidently; others, appre- 
hensively, but by the end of 
the course experience has 
increased their confidence. 
Of course, mishaps occur 
during the semester, but 
every driving student learns 
the essentials of safe, sports- 
manlike driving. 





162 



A wrench probes deep inside the black innards of a greasy car en- 
gine. Searching, it finds loose bolts and grips the nut and twists and 
tightens it. After two periods of hard work the student mechanic turns 
the key and a motor, long dead and silent, bursts to life and purrs 
softly. That sound is thrilling for this boy, who feels a touch of me- 
chanical genius in himself. His coveralls are splattered with grease, 
and a drop of oil trickles down his forehead as he listens to the sound 
of a healthy motor. AUTO SHOP gives him a chance to do what he 
does best, and he enjoys it. 

"Printers' devils" sit hunched over trays of type. They reach into 
the tiny compartments and pull out the squares of lead. Slowly, 
methodically, they set the type in place by hand. At last the job is 
ready for printing. In another room the Survey rolls from the grind- 
ing presses. Ink glistens on great slabs of metal cast in a linotype ma- 
chine. A sheet of aluminum whirls 'round and 'round on an offset 
press nearby, leaving a mottled pattern of black on white paper. Here 
in the PRINT SHOP the printers' devils learn the various techniques 
of the trade. 

The whine is high-pitched and deafening; blades are whirring, drill 
heads boring deep. They attack each piece of wood, ripping and chew- 
ing, and spit sawdust and shavings everywhere. There is a raw, white 
wood smell too, all around, except where shellac and glue send off 
dark, pungent fumes. Here, to one side, lies a pile of splintery boards, 
saw-tooth marks in their rough hewn sides. But on the other side stand 
tables, cabinets, chairs, rough boards transformed to satiny smooth- 
ness. These tools have done it, in the hands of a young craftsman of the 
WOOD SHOP. 



The school paper, programs, and tickets 
are all a product of the print shop. 



Learning for a lifetime trade. 





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"Up, out, together, glide. Up, out, together . . ." 
The swim leader stands at the edge of the pool demon- 
strating the motion with his arms. "That's right. Get 
more pull into that stroke." 

"Three steps and then a hurdle, come down on the 
board, and spring off. Lift your arms for balance." 

Students in SWIMMING CLASS listen and obey, or 
try to obey. During the weeks of concentrated effort and 
exercise they gradually gain skill and co-ordination. 
Everyone looks forward to swimming class, which offers 
a refreshing change from classroom studies. Most wel- 
come is Friday's free swim period when students can 
practice skills they have learned, and perfect favorite 
stunts. After a six weeks of well-organized swimming in- 
struction, students show their gratitude by shoving their 
teachers into the pool. 



Swim class teaches safety and technique in water skills. 




164 






One of the many activities of the girls' gym class. 



GYM CLASS begins with the shrill shriek of a 
leader's whistle, calling to orderly attention a 
group of noisy girls. Seasonal activities ranging 
from golf to baseball keep the girls busy all year. 
On the other side of the partition, the whistle 
subdues boisterous boys. They enthusiastically 
participate in touch-football, basketball, and 
wrestling during the year. Undaunted by the short- 
ness of time between line-up and the ten-minute 
bell, both classes engage in a variety of activities 
which keep their bodies and minds alert and 
healthy. 



Building strong bodies. 



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What? A left-handed trombone? 



Blaring out a touchdown. 





CONCERT BAND— Row 1 : B. Plaggemier, K. Mog, J. Campana, V. Sestak, B. Roberts, D. Snyder, C. Richley, K. Tuckerman, J. Hitty, P. Banko. 
Row 2: R. Glaser, R. Constantme, R. Zuzek, C. Lanese, J. Beutell, L. Mateyka, N. Stoneback, R. Gargiulo, C. Piper, M. Lucas, N. Katanik, B. 
Jones, E. Wiltshire. Row 3: A. Newman, D. Maroff, G. Gezann, C. Janitz, L. Horvath, J. Shaw, K. Jombor, R. Vaccariello, K. Wilber, D. Hoedt, 
P. Dickinson, B. Cooper, L. Liggett, S. Jerkic, K. Shirk, C. Picciano, F. VanTilburg, J. Ramona, B. Schmenk, R. Felz, D. Sarver. Row 4: C. Eppich, 
J. Campana, R. Taylor, J. Hillegas, C. Statz, D. Podobnikar, B. Myles, R. Hotchkiss, C. Mansperger, K. Goldlust, J. Armstrong, J. Carlson, R. 
Hurlburt, P. Benedetto, J. Crahen, D. Morhic, R. Dieckmann, J. Whitehead, J. Canon, D. Myers, J. Malokas, D. Lilley, D. Sweeder, R. Lipstreu, 
S. Prijatelj, B. Humphrey, J. Wright, J. Balch, F. Hanes, J. Stoneback, D. Mansperger. Row 5: B. Mervar, T. Vardian, L. Smith, A. Tucci, R. 
Brown, B. Tuhacek, H. Faint, L. Leybeck, J. Gathercole, J. Balch, R. Hasher, J. Payerchin, B. March, B. Carmany, Mr. Harper, Conductor; B. 
Kimem, J. Biello, R. Cook, B. Hale, L. Piper, B. Foxall, D. Shoaff, J. Bittence, B. Mervis, B. Ross. 




166 





The heavy, tight beat of the tympany 
begins. Slowly, then faster in a mounting 
crescendo. Cymbals shatter together. The 
CONCERT BAND, bold and brassy, 
bursts like a coiled spring into the blazing 
composition, "Study in Steel." Within 
the torrent of music a clarinet tumbles 
down the scale and a trombone sneers at 
a loud overbearing tuba. And then the 
conductor's hands rise and come down 
sharply and in one last triumphant leap 
the music stops. Silence. Applause. Cur- 
tain. 



Two more minutes and we're on. 



They melt in your mouth, not on your hands. 







BAND INSTRUCTORS— Row 1: Mr. 

Harper, Mr. Sydow. Row 2: Mr. Mitchel, 
Mr. Taddeo. 



BAND SERGEANTS— Row 1: B. Ross, Top Sergeant P. Benedetto, J. Stoneback. Row 2: 
J. Balch, B. Mervar, J. Campana. 







CADET BAND— Row 1:3. Campana, J. Hitty, K. Tuckerman, N. Stoneback, M. Lucas, N. Katanik. Row 2: L. Horvath, 
J. Shaw, K. Jambor, S. Jerkic, P. Dickinson, D. Hoedt, R. Lipstreu, C. Picciano, B. Schmenk. Row 3: C. Janitz, R. Vac- 
cariello, J. Hillegas, D. Podobnikar, B. Myles, K. Hotchkiss, J. Carlson, K. Goldlust, C. Statz, C. Mansperger, J. Arm- 
strong, R. Cook, B. Hale, B. Humphrey, J. Wright. Row 4: H. Faint, R. Brown, B. Tuhacek, P. DeFranco, B. Carminy, 
Mr. Harper, Conductor; J. Biello. 






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The sophomores of the CADET BAND 
take their places beside their veteran coun- 
terparts of the Concert Band. It is the an- 
nual concert, when sophomores join up- 
perclassmen to present another fine per- 
formance. Mr. Harper motions for silence, 
the downbeat comes, and the combined 
bands begin. Their performance before 
their own class at assembly had been but 
a prelude to this concert. And this was but 
a prelude to next year when they would 
improve their playing, give more perform- 
ances, and travel to contests at district 
and state as members of Concert Band. 



He thinks it's the traditional mock wedding. 





ORCHESTRA— Row 1 : D. Wroniak, C. Arnold, S. Wiskes, S. Stevens, B. Kiman, N. Goslee, A. Winet. Row 2: F. Stidworthy, P. Leister. B. Plagge- 
mier. N. Stoneback, D. Maroff, R. Gargiulo, P. Benedetto, G. Heil. Row 3: L. Schulz, D. Fike, N. Price, R. Marmash, J. Cefaratti, J. Lesiak, S. 
Howe. Row 4: B. Jones, E. Roszak, J. Campana, A. Newman, B. Mervis, B. Ross. S. Naylor. 



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CHEVRON SOCIETY— Row 1 : C. Eppich, K.. Piper, E. Wiltshire, R. Zuzek. J!(w : 
R. Felz. Row 3: J. Bittence, A. Newman, R. Hurlburt, B. Cooper. 



R. Ross, B. Carmany, 



Got an angel on my shoulder . 




ORCHESTRA OFFICERS— Left to right: Sec- 
retary, D. Wroniak; President, B. Ross; Treas- 
urer, S. Stevens. 



The tapering baton glints in the light as 
it flies about. It whips through the air, 
pointing, coaxing a sluggish violinist. The 
rehearsal continues. Often the music stops 
or dwindles into nothingness as the con- 
ductor criticizes or advises. The baton 
taps and the music begins again, each time 
better than before. The intonations, the 
harmony, all must be perfect. Then, at 
last, the baton rises; this time the music 
of the ORCHESTRA flows out to an ap- 
preciative audience. 






CHORAL MASTERS OFFICERS— Sitting, left to right: 
K. Halbedel, Treasurer; K. Coros, Secretary. Standing, left 
to right: B. Boyton, Vice President; D. Mock, President. 



CHORAL MASTERS— Row 1 : S. Dadlow, P. Krueger, J. Pike. Row 2: L. 
Gribbons, J. Tennent, B. Rhoades. Row 3: J. Roberts, B. Harwood. Row 4: 
L. Foy, J. Telisman, T. Siciliano. Row 5: B. Tekancic, B. Schmitt, T. Rankin. 



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CHORAL MASTERS— Row 1: E. Skerly, B. Gauch, P. Brennan, B. Daugherty, J. Suhar, M. Soeder, B. Bogatay, B. Wallace, C. Cradis. Row 2: 
E. Buchholz, J. Yane, L. Kytle, N. Furniss, B. Ponce, D. Roberts, C. Pasquale, F. Bentley, S. Middlebrook, B. Petersen, N. Schwarts. Row 3: J. 
Lube, B. Adams, G. Macks, D. Mason, E. Palm, M. Trinite, B. Vicic, S. DiBiasio, H. Krauss, C Finley, A. Roberts. Row 4: T. Spencer, G. Genzen, 
D. Sprochi, B. Nowacek, E. Jenkins, B. Kaib, K. Pekar, J. Petersen. S. Klotzbach, C. McBroom, K. Halbedel. Row 5: R. Palmer, D. LaFollette, D. 
Demarco, F. Hadfield, B. Boyton, R. Pejeau, B. Morgan, N. Lauter, D. Sarver, M. Gaylon, M. DeMotte. 



Mr. Taylor, Director; Sara Middlebrook, Accompanist. 




Music drifts through the halls every second period 
as the Euclid CHORAL MASTERS rehearse diligently, 
preparing themselves for coming events. These high- 
quality carolers, under the careful control and guidance 
of Mr. Taylor, are able to blend their voices together in 
pleasing harmonies. Along with the enjoyment of music, 
the members learn basic fundamentals for superior sing- 
ing: breath control, tone quality control, sight reading 
and pitch control. Each member of Masters was audi- 
tioned separately and chosen to become a part of the 
choir because of his excellent voice qualities. All these 
fine voices harmonize well, and the choir gives pleasure 
to all who hear it. The Choral Masters participate in 
many different events during the year. Among them are 
presenting the annual Christmas program and singing 
in the Lake Erie League Choir Festival. 



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"Jesus the Christ is born . . ." 
Christmas spirit was borne 
anew upon the voices of young 
girls in blue and gold. Candles 
held in nervous hands wavered 
slightly as the JUNIOR-SENIOR 
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB and the 
SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE 
CLUB slowly walked down the 
aisles of the dim auditorium. Sol- 
emn-faced singers waited as if in 
a dream upon the shadowy stage, 
anxious seniors thinking of their 
last Christmas at Euclid. But for 
the. juniors in Choral Masters 
and the Glee Club, they could 
see the image of their next Christ- 
mas here, the next glow of candles 
and the next quiet feeling of nerv- 
ousness. 




GIRLS' GLEE CLUB— Row 1 : J. Eggleston, S. Willcocks, C. Butler, M. Meyers, L. Andrews, K. Rock, 
J. Urbas, J. Vormelker, K. Balsley, C. Thomas, J. Adkins, V. Goss, M. Wehrle, L. Green. Row 2: M. 
Yager, B. Winters, D. Urbanick, B. Sabula, J. Danch, D. Felmley, D. Mylar, M. Church, S. Muehleisen, 
C. Cline, N. Bailey, J. Fleshin, K. Podwils. Row 3: D. MacAskill, K. Koppenhaver, D. Aljancic, K. Zust, 
M. Plesea, M. Travnik, C. Arnold, P. Freed, L. Burk, M. Bizzarri, J. Sheppard. C. Spikula, P. Springer. 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB— Row 1 J. Tharp, G. 
Krome, D. Walsh, K. Fowler, J. Pickett, N. Mijacek, M. Gault, L. 
Poese, M. Zola, S. Calvert, G. Boczek, S. Doley, S. Bell, P. Deis- 
ter, K. Slater, M. Prokopovich, K. Yane, P. Brancae, J. Krapenc. 
Row 2: B. Wilcoxon, B. Trauger, S. Bahr, C. Maresh, J. Jurjev, 
R. Finical, P. Seleman, C. Bradshaw, C. Hart, L. Loope, L. 
Gerzeny, A. Will. M. Witzke, D. Simon, M. Fields, P. Federico, 
S. Ryder, J. Hattendorf, J. Lunder, E. Beyer. Row 3: S. Brain, D. 



Turk, L. Owen, E. Sceranka, M. Balsley, D. Lukat, J. Vukcevic, 
L. Long, P. Chylla, P. Klemencic, M. Ingram, S. Apolski, C. 
Cresson, M. Theodosian, J. Papp. B. Brown, C. Bauer, K. Corri- 
gan, S. Watson, T. Burger, P. Viovsich. Row 4: V. Lowe, J. Baker, 
P. Sears, J. Blassingame, M. Stefanchik, L. Vislocky, S. Aufmuth, 
J. Consla, K. Lybarger, B. Pappas, L. Reba, B. Draxler, E. Neat, 
F. Fox, G. Brandt, A. Hartnett, J. Stillinger, L. Simpson, B. 
Vidensek, J. Debelak, C. Kerestes. 





Row 4: L. Erjavec, C. Reba, P. Guth, J. Lonchar, 
R. Ahey, B. Brown, J. Shanghnessy, M. Couch, 
S. Ralls, S. Stanwyck, S. Jones, M. Sabetti, J. 
Benner. 



Fifteen boys with a love of mu- 
sic have surprised everyone, in- 
cluding Mr. T., with their life and 
vitality. Class rivalries are for- 
gotten when the fourth period 
BOYS' GLEE CLUB meets. 

Sophomores, juniors, and sen- 
iors practice and prepare to join 
the larger choirs at the Christmas 
Festival where two hundred re- 
sounding voices blend in a vibrant 
Hallelujah Chorus. 




BOYS GLEE CLUB— Row 1: J. Boyton. Row 2: B. Olah, D. 
Vargo, R. Wood. Row 3: R. Vidmar, M. Hobzek, T. Nowacek. 
Row 4: K. Ricket, D. Geddes, D. Clarke. Row 5: F. Fleck, G. 
MacQuarrie, H. Rose. 



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All in favor of PDA 



STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS— Row 1 : J. Tharp. L. Clotts. K. Cwik, B. Tercek, C. Jankovich, S. Heasley, K. Tomko, P. Bauer, P. Johnson, 
M. Beery, P. Flaler. Row 2: B. Kramer. J. Telisman, H. Millar, P. Tinker, L. Berntson, J. Dragolic. S. Reynolds, P. Mason, P. Freed, S. Young, 
C. Krnell, S. Calvert, D. Sherman, L. Poese. Row 3: K. Goldlust, L. Scheve, A. Zeravica, B. Lindquist, N. Schwarts, D. Ambrose, J. Harper, 
C. Kerestes, L. Burk, J. Feith. C. Pasquale. K. Schuette, N. Creveling. L. Skomski, N. Anderson, B. Tekavic, A. Shinagawa. Row 4: D. Mansperger, 
K. Gortz, J. Kovach, D. Brigden, J. Foust. C. Freed, L. Nason, G. Cox, E. Peterson, J. Howard, K. Shirk. T. Guy, J. Proudfoot, J. Kneale, K. Be- 
galke, B. Vicic, D. Lonchar. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD— Row 1: K. Schuette, N. Creveling, P. 
Flaler, K. Tomko, P. Tinker. Row 2: S. Theis, R. Dunker, C. Freed, D. Lonchar. Row 3: D. 
Brigden, J. Foust, R. Pejeau, D. Stevenson. 




"Where's room 415?" 

"How should I know what letter my last name begins 
with? I haven't been to school for three months." 

"Which way is upstairs?" 

Such were the questions pouring forth from frus- 
trated, flustered sophomores on the first day of school. 
Supplying the answers and the helpful handbooks were 
the competent and calm junior and senior guides, pro- 
vided by the STUDENT COUNCIL. 

As the year progressed, the Student Council continued 
aiding Euclid in many ways. The national presidential 
election provided several opportunities for the Council 
to display more active responsibility. Euclid students 
participated in a state-wide mock election. On Novem- 
ber 8th, Euclid citizens who came to school to cast their 
ballots were furnished with a well-equipped baby-sitting 
service, courtesy of the Student Council. Donating 
Thanksgiving baskets to needy families, purchasing a 
new 50-star flag for use at basketball games, working 
for a staggered test schedule, procuring more freedom 
for students at pep assemblies ... the Student Council 
accomplishments never cease. 



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Fun and frolic at the Student Council party. 



Students take cafeteria situation in their own hands. 



14,504; 14,505; yeah, unanimous. 







STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS— 

Sealed: Treasurer, D. Brigden; Secre- 
tary, P. Flaler. Standing: President, C. 
Freed; Vice President, D. Lonchar. 





Students go too far with cafeteria situation. 



"I move that we look into the possibility of having 
music in the cafeteria during lunch." It was this signifi- 
cant moment during a weekly STUDENT COUNCIL 

meeting that originated the subsequent discussion and 
planning which resulted in, amazingly enough, music in 
the cafeteria. The voice of the students had been heard 
and heeded once more, thanks to Euclid's influential 
Student Council. 



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WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB— Row 1 : S. Gadus, K. Mog, N. Arnold, K. Logan, J. Suhar, W. Lucas, 
K. Balsley, M. Vagasky, D. Mattis, J. Tyjewski. Row 2: L. Berger, M. Sustersic, J. Leporati, N. 
Sullivan, E. Glenn. C. ShenkeUG. Potichny, J. Danch, S. Gregurich, M. Sovich, B. Evans, L. Chal- 
fant, D. Schmidt. Row 3: M. Kozar, M. Fister, T. Miller, J. Barnes, P. Pado, B. Seifert, S. Robasz, 
B. Fromer, D. Mekedis, D. Fike, C. Cadwallader, J. Lube. Row 4: F. Lorence, R. Dunn, B. Yanchar, 
J. Yanchar, A. Prioreschi, B. Brown, L. Heise, M. Prendergast, S. Gibson, M. Malaney, K. Hiller, 
D. Albrecht, D. Deister. Row 5: T. Young, C. Larkin, G. Macks, D. Gyongyos, M. Orebaugh, J. 
Boyle. D. Schulz, B. Figner, R. Wood, M. McDerment, N. Rakas, M. Lucas, N. Coode, J. Zele, 
B. YabrofT. 



WAI NAPOLO— Row 1: J. Halloran, B. Armstrong, B. Valince, President J. Telisman, J. Kadun, E. Jarc, Vice President H. Millar, C. Winters, T. 
Leininger, B. Marton. Row 2: L. Crobaugh, M. Prendergast, B. Sabula, P. Ludek, C. Novak, S. Gordon, C. Reider, T. Trauger, Treasurer D. Zim- 
merman, J. Kneale. Row 3: K. Ricket, L. Milazzotto, K. Fetter, D. Bell, B. Burger, C. Cresson, W. Conrad, E. Kinn, S. Paulsen, Secretary B. Vicic, 
B. Gauch. Row 4: J. Randt, J. Kneale, A. Tucci, J. Petersen, S-. Tumbry, G. Wickes. K. Scheurman, B. Broos, D. Swisher, B. Houck, R. Hughes. 




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"On behalf of the WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB, I 

would like to present this United Nations flag to 
Euclid High School." Dave Gyongyos, club presi- 
dent, addressed the assembly. World Affairs Club 
has taken a very active part in school life this 
year. Many guests, including Euclid graduate 
Helen Cormeia, have spoken to the club. Panel 
discussions have increased the students' interest in 
foreign countries and understanding of foreign 
peoples. 




WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB OFFICERS— Left 
to right: Secretary, K. Mog; Vice President, W. 
Lucas; President, D. Gyongyos; Treasurer, K. 
Balsley. 



Now to give that egg shampoo Joe Portaro told me about. 




"Dolphin," "kip," and "somersub" 
were familiar terms to the members of 
WAI NAPOLO, Euclid High's synchro- 
nized swimming and swim leaders club. 
Every member had to pass a rigorous test 
in aquatic skills to be admitted. A high 
point of the year was the induction of new 
Swim Club members, who had to wear 
noseplugs and unmatched shoes and 
clothes for a week and could talk only 
to club members. 

Climax of the year's activities was the 
1961 Swim Show in which all fifty mem- 
bers participated. Everyone who attended 
was treated to an evening of beautiful 
water ballet, skillfully staged and executed. 




FUTURE NURSES CLUB— Row 1 : D. Heuer, B. Miller, W. Lucas, B. Owen, J. Halloran, C. Gleyforst, B. Roberts, J. Scott. 
Row 2: A. Horton, M. Sovich, N. LeFevre, K. Coros, S. Gregurich, P. Burfort, J. Pejack, J. Freeh, S. Crane, P. Fischieto. 
Row 3: R. Gargiulo, M. Yager, K. Fetter, S. Robasz, S. Ralls, S. Stanwyck, J. Beutell, E. Wiltshire, S. Feldman, V. Stillinger. 
Row 4: K. Hutchisson, L. Lane, B. Beeke, C. Bauer, D. Magargil, L. Foy, J. Zele, M. Buco, L. Mateyka, L. Green, B. Brown, 
L. Heise, B. Seifert. 




Do you often swallow your gum? 

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FUTURE NURSES CLUB OFFICERS— Treasurer, W. 
Lucas; Vice President, K. Coros; President, L. Green; Secre- 
tary, B. Brown. 



The FUTURE NURSES CLUB members are 
very active in preparing for their careers and aiding 
Euclid High. They gain experience through touring 
hospitals, hearing lectures from guest speakers or 
student nurses, and viewing movies. Besides spend- 
ing spare time in the school dispensary, the stu- 
dents plan service projects for underprivileged 
children in hospitals throughout greater Cleveland. 
Their outstanding efforts have contributed to the 
community's appreciation of Euclid High. 





Now just tell your teacher you can't write because you hurt your hand. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS— Row 1: N. Furniss, J. Winkler, R. Dunn. Row 2: M. 
Yager, D. Hiller, L. Chalfant, L. Clotts. 



The JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL 

is an unheralded club in our school, but 
by enlisting the aid of the Friendship and 
World Affairs clubs it performed many 
services for the school and community. 
The varied projects of the Council in- 
cluded making stuffed animals for under- 
privileged children and assembling baby 
layettes for servicemen's wives overseas. 
Though small, with the assistance of 
larger clubs, it worked hard to benefit the 
school. 




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JUNIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA— Row I: D. Urbanick, M. Perme, J. Feith, L. Gribbons, N. Bailey, P. Bauer, B. Harper, D. 
Boehlke, E. Skerly. Row 2: L. Clotts, N. Furniss. R. Dunn, D. Hiller, K. Balsley, K. Wilber, K. Stomberg, M. Tucker, L. Skomski, P. Johnson. 
Row 3: S. Peacock, J. Schneider, H. Berthold, S. Berry, C. Arnold, D. Wheeler, R. Zuzek, B. Stroh, K. McCormick, K. Hutchisson. Row 4: K. Rock, 
S. Jones, P. Corrigan, S. Flood, R. Ahey, K. Cwik, B. Mushinko, K. Tomko, J. O'Korn, C. Lanese, S. Gordon. Row 5: M. Wehrle, C. Allar, M. 
Travnik, B. Bogatay, J. Miller, B. Hava, J. Eggleston, S. Willcocks, N. Tomsich, C. Krnell, K. Kimberly, E. Kozar. 



SOPHOMORE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA— Row 1 : L. Rees, S. Calvert, M. Prokopovich, C. Sedusky, C. Eppich, 
J. Hattendorf, P. Federico, J. Stillinger, P. Mahany, S. Apolski, J. Kovic. Row 2: L. Loope, C. Hummon, P. Waldron, A. Will, M. 
Zola, M. Balsley, B. Applequist, V. Wick, N. Rakas, E. Wilke, P. Hadarich. Row 3: L. Lege, C. Maresh, S. Bahr, L. Poese, J. De- 
belak, K. Lybarger, S. Brain, S. Stefanko, D. Lukat. G. Brandt, D. Fike. M. Lucas, M. DeViney. 




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SENIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA— Row 1: M. Vagasky, C. Phillips, H. Krome, B. Adams, J. Harper, W, Lucas, S. Mueller, J. 
Lube, B. Seifert, D. Cunningham. Row 2: B. Wallace, E. Laub, R. Kish, J. Aufdenhaus, B. Armstrong, B. Adler, D. Mekedis, M. Middleton, J. 
Barnes, D. Welch, J. Pike, G. Heil. Row 3: J. Ginsberg, J. Benner, J. Beutell, B. Carlson, N. Harding, N. Schwarts, B. Yanchar, P. Benedetto, E. 
Glenn, L. Chalfant, D. Schmidt, L. Warnke, C. Kosher. Row 4: B. Ritz, L. Erjavec, M. Sustersic, S. Gregurich, B. Kish, S. Gibson, C. Jankovich, 
P. Brennan, D. Paul, R. Roberts, M. Sabetti, S. Wolff, K. Logan, J. Macy. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA EXECUTIVE BOARD— 

Row 1: B. Evans, K. Logan, L. Chalfant. Row 2: B. Adams, J. 
Harper, C. Arnold, J. Lube. Row 3: B. Mushinko, D. Wheeler, J. 
Romano. Row 4: J. Beutell, S. Mueller, B. Yanchar, H. Krauss. 




After graduating from 
college many Euclid High 
graduates will be certified 
as teachers. Through FU- 
TURE TEACHERS OF 
AMERICA, students 
learned what teaching is 
really like by substituting 
for absent teachers or tu- 
toring their classmates. Fu- 
ture Teachers also served as 
guides during the P. T. A. 
Open House to help par- 
ents enjoy their visit to Eu- 
clid. Mrs. Smith, the club's 
new sponsor, President 
Joan Harper, and many 
others have helped make 
this an educational year for 
the Future Teachers of 
America. 




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KEY CLUB— Row 1 : B. Dague, T. Kramer, B. Castrovinci, T. Oleksy, F. Hanes, 
R. Hasher, B. Vicic, R. Vidmar, N. Beeke, D. Lilley. Row 2: B. Yabroff, M. Ore- 
baugh, T. Young, D. Zust, J. Spenko, J. Zevnik, D. Leutbecker, T. Trauger, D. 
House, D. Morrison, B. Alves. Row 3: D. Zimmerman, T. Nowacek, H. Spivack, 
F. Hatch, C. Hayes, J. Jerele. R. Chaunce, H. Kirchwelm. H. David, D. Primo, 
B. Alloway. Row 4: R. Pejeau, B. Sheppard, T. Polsinelli, J. Usalis, C. Orebaugh, 
B. Klann, E. Prostor, D. Brigden, J. Sabath, C. Frownfelter, J. Marsh, N, Lauter, 
J. Whittaker, B. Gasper. 



Thirty boys eagerly awaited 
Thursday evening for the weekly 
KEY CLUB after-meeting basket- 
ball game. Basketball was just one 
of the activities that made Key 
Club successful this year. The 
members started the year well as 
they worked together to build the 
winning Homecoming float, "I 
Get A Kick Out of You." Under 
the capable leadership of Neil 
Lauter, the boys acquired all of 
the necessary materials with a 
minimum of effort. Ingenuity also 
was shown in the construction of 
the float. A manually operated 
shoe was the product of engineer- 
ing genius. Hayrides, the selling 
of peanuts, a big-name orchestra 
dance, and numerous field trips 
to nearby factories were among 
the various other social and serv- 
ice projects undertaken by the 
Key Club. 



Seven hundred sixty-three, sev- 
en hundred sixty-four, seven hun- 
dred sixty-five. The slightly hag- 
gard but undaunted member of 
the AD CLUB patiently stamped 
the hands of the eager, shouting, 
and pushing students as they 
wedged their way into the gym 
for the first basketball game of the 
season. Just two weeks before she 
had sold tickets at the football 
game. Taking a moment to wipe 
the perspiration from her fore- 
head, she remembered the night 
she was punching passes and had 
punched the wrong number on 
every pass. "Ooops. Hey, you, 
come back! I missed your hand!" 



AD CLUB— Row 1: J. Locker, K. Buehner, C. Lanese, J. Dragolic, G. Mathson. Row 2: E. Skerly, K. Zust, S. 
Berry, L. Chalfant, B. Mushinko, J. O'Korn, K. Anderson. 





Spirit for the Parma game was higher than ever. The 
words for the week were "Beat Parma!" and everywhere 
tags and posters shouted the exciting message. And 
what caused this surge of loyalty and emotion that made 
this week the greatest in years? The confidential, con- 
troversial SPIRITS, who made the signs, arranged the 
bus trips, and awarded the Panthers all year, were part 
of the answer, a big part. Behind closed doors at secret 
nighttime meetings, they planned their attacks on the 
indifference of some dull students and changed them to 
avid fans. And while they met in secret, the rest of the 
school was wondering who the spirits really were. 



SPIRITS CLUB OFFICERS— Left to right: Treasurer, P. 
Maher; Secretary, G. Nosan; Vice President, D. Sprochi; 
President, H. Millar. 



SPIRITS CLUB— Row 1 : P. Maher, C. Cradis, G. Nosan. Row 2: H. Millar, K. Coros, P. Tinker, 
P. Benedetto. Row 3: P. Jackson, D. Sprochi, J. Yane. Row 4: D. Lonchar, C. Freed, J. Habe. 
Row 5: L. Schneider, M. Dane, T. Davis, K. Zust. 




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Long before the deadline date, the Sur- 
vey began to take shape. A schedule ripped 
from the bulletin board in the Survey of- 
fice shows the planning and hard work of 
the SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF: 

Monday, Jan. 15 
Call a newsmeeting; decide what news 
will be in the paper. 
Put the "make-up" together, a minia- 
ture newspaper to be used as a guide. 

Tuesday, Jan. 16 

Make copy assignments. 
Wait for stories to be written. 

Monday, Jan. 23 

Retrieve late articles from reporters. 

Tuesday, Jan. 24 
More late articles. 




Wednesday, Jan. 25 

Copyread and correct mistakes. 

Monday, Jan. 30 

Have type set up by print shop. 
Make sample "paste-up" of the paper. 

Wednesday, Feb. 1 
Take another proof and correct mis- 
takes. 
Final printing. 

Thursday, Feb. 2 
Relax! 




^ _' w 

Donna Hunston, Editor-in-chief. 



SURVEY REPORTERS— Row 1: P. Lowry, J. Pulver, S. Young, B. Adams, B. Kish, J. O'Korn. 
Row 2: T. Polsinelli, L. Skomski, B. Mushinko, S. Reynolds, R. Pejeau, J. Urbas, B. Lohrey. J. 
Romano, C. Freed. 




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SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF— Row 1: L. Skomski, K. Tomko, P. Bauer, S. Middlebrook, D. Hunston, D. 
Paul, J. Allen. Row 2: D. Lonchar, D. Cipollo, W. Ebert, D. Wheeler, P. Rote, R. Hurlburt, C. Arnold, B. Lohrey. 



What do you mean there isn't any Santa Claus? 





SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF: a busy 
conglomeration of individuals whose main 
purpose was to keep their newspaper from 
going bankrupt. Hundreds and hundreds 
of new subscriptions poured into the tiny 
business office this year. The staff tackled 
with speed and efficiency the new landslide 
of work that continually challenged this 
indispensable group. 





SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF— flow 1 : N. Bailey, Co-Manager N. Schwarts, J. Yanchar, Co-Manager P. Jackson. 
Row 2: H. Berthold, B. Alloway, N. Arnold, K. McCormick. Row 3: C. Smith, M. Church, B. Bogatay. K. Kimber- 
ly. flow 4: J. Allen, K. Zust, E. Skerly, P. Benedetto, flow 5: M. Middleton, P. Bozick, B. Bailey, flow 6: D. Zimmer- 
man, S. Gibson, B. Yanchar, D. Albrecht R. Pejeau. 




Jackson, if you'd stop recounting that money and start 
■^ counting these programs we'd get somewhere. 



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The EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL 
STAFF has these moments to remember 
. . . and to forget. 

The EUCLIDIAN banquet: the candle- 
in-a-bottle, souvenir no-doze and warn- 
ing letters. The educational trip to Ohio 
U.: cutting classes and bragging about our 
book. The Come-as-You-are party at 
seven a.m.: caught in Star Muffler Shop 
in our pajamas. Riding the rapids of 
Euclid Creek. Christmas caroling from 
door to door in the middle of July. Sum- 
mer meetings when nothing got done; 
heated discussions about religion, politics 
and other interesting ( !) subjects. Rolling 
our own. Wonderful Mac, who kept re- 
minding us how lucky we were to have 
him for a sponsor. Attending political 



rallies: snide remarks. The raunchy EU- 
CLIDIAN assembly: "I'm Lady Chatter- 
ly, and I've got a secret." First annual 
EUCLIDIAN vs. Survey football game: 
EUCLIDIAN 34— Survey 14. Running 
down Lake Shore Blvd. in our Hallow- 
een costumes. Ice-skating and toboggan- 
ing, complete with mishaps. The Case of 
the Missing Lunches, starring Tinker and 
a striped cat. Wasted time and minor mis- 
takes while working on the book. Field 
trips: baseball games, Niagara Falls, 
"Psycho" (almost), and rainy picnics. 
Shivering at the beach party in January. 
Fun with the new '62 staff. Running our- 
selves ragged at deadline time, and ending 
up with a book that never got fini 







EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF— Row 1: J. Krieger. J. Evans, H. Millar, P. Tinker, G. Nosan, K. Halbedel, J. Ginsburg. N. 
Creveling. Row 2: A. Hach, A. E. Neuman, D. Sarich, C. Freed, S. Klotzbach, S. Mueller, K. Schuette, T. Guy, J. Romano. 



194 





Deadlines! 




Sorry Bailey, you'll have to go. 
This is a EUCLIDIAN candid. 





We sold our clothes for the EUCLIDIAN. 



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Licking the supplement problem. 






AD STAFF— Row 1: L. Green, H. Krome, N. Sullivan, -S. Ralls, M. Vagasky, B. Adams. Row 2: S. Wolff, M. Sabetti, L. 
Warnke, D. Schmidt, D. Musteikis, C. Phillips. Row 3: B. Alves, D. Lilley, J. Bartos, J. Frye, G. Gorsha. 





Due to the fact that Marcia 
McPherson was not present 
at the time the original 
Euelidian Business Staff 
picture was taken, we have 
condescended to reserve this 
space for recognition of 
her position, and also be- 
cause she threatened to 
machine-gun our photographers. 



Thank you, EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS 

STAFF. Thanks for putting up with us for 
a whole year, for waiting patiently while 
we loaded film. Thanks for being so much 
fun at parties at school and all the time. 
But most of all, business staff, thank you 
for a great yearbook. You raised the mon- 
ey, an essential yearbook ingredient, 
which made the EUCLIDIAN possible. 
While the editors frantically rushed to 
make deadlines, you were making what 
we really needed: money. 




Sure we're organized! 



EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF— Row 1 : A. Zeravica, J. Harper, Business Manager S. Stahler, H. Mathson, K. Schmidt. Row 2: L. Berntson, D. 
Sarver, B. Adams. J. Dragolic, K. Zust. Row 3: A. Hribar, J. Lube, B. Lindquist. 




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EUCUYO STAFFStanding: D. Sarich. Row 1 : L. Chalfant, M. Lasnik, K. Balsley, K. Baker, B. Plaggemier. Row 2: D. Musteikis, N. Creveling, 
D. DiTomaso, B. Alloway, P. Dickey, J. Romano, H. Krauss, S. Reynolds. Row 3: T. Fortuna, D. Collins, T. Guy. 



EUCUYO EDITORS— Left to Right: D. DiTomaso, T. Guy, D. Collins, 
Editor- in-chief D. Sarich, P. Dickey. 







"Good grief! The word 'this' in the 
second paragraph has no antecedent!" 
". . . and then I told him I thought Haw- 
thorne was a prude . . ." "But I told you 
over and over to make sure that the cov- 
ers were put on right side up!" "Listen, 
when I was talking to Ernest Hemingway 
last week, he told me that symbolism was 
a bunch of bunk." "... the theory pro- 
pounded by some critics that Manolete 
ruined bullfighting is debatable . . ." "I 
really think you ought to come down from 
that table, take that rose out of your 
mouth, and give up that crazy idea of 
yours of becoming a flamenco dancer. 
Jose Greco doesn't wear bobby sox." 

From such discussions the EUCUYO 
was born — twice. 



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The new members of the IN- 
TERNATIONAL QUILL AND 
SCROLL waited patiently as the 
old members lighted a series of 
candles during the banquet and 
induction ceremony. Then the 
famished new members lit can- 
dles of their own as symbols of 
their pledge to this organization 
of enthusiastic publications stu- 
dents. 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL & SCROLL EXECUTIVE BOARD— Row 1: S. Stahler, G. Nosan, 
N. Schwarts. Row 2: D. Sarich, D. Huntston, P. Jackson. 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL & SCROLL— Ron' 1 : J. Romano, N. Bailey, S. Middlebrook, S. Stahler, K. Tomko, P. Bauer, M. Vagasky, 
N. Sullivan, L. Chalfant. Row 2: K. Halbedel, J. Ginsburg, J. Allen, D. Hunston, M. Church, G. Mathson, M. Sovich, J. Allen. Row 3: 
P. Rote, C. Arnold, S. Gibson, D. Lonchar, H. Millar, P. Brennen, G. Nosan, L. Bernston. Row 4: S. Mueller, D. DiTomaso, L. Kish, 
J. Harper, B. Yanchar, J. Yanchar, J. Krieger. Row 5: N. Creveling, A. Hribar, J. Dragolic, S. Klotzbach, M. Middleton, J. Lube, D. Mus- 
teikis, B. Lindquist. Row 6: B. Alloway, K. Schuette, C. Freed, A. Zeravica, K. Schmidt, B. Adams. Row 7: R. Hurlburt, J. Foust, T. 
Guy, T. Kxauss, P. Jackson, A. Hach, T. Fortuna, R. Pejeau, D. Sarver, D. Sarich. 




"Sixteen, seventeen, 
eighteen . . ." 

"What are you two do- 
ing, counting stairs?" 

"Yes." 

"Oh. What for?" 

"We're being initiated in- 
to THESPIANS! Bill and 
Char and the rest of us." 

"All that hard work. 
Those long hours of re- 
hearsal. But I finally did it; 
I earned those ten points. 
Those stage productions 
were quite an experience." 

"Good heavens, yes! Ex- 
citing and so much fun." 

"Remember that crazy 
Christmas party?" 

"And tryouts and make- 
up and learning lines and 





THESPIANS OFFICERS— Left to right: Vice President, K. Begalke, President, L. Leybeck; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, D. Caldwell. 



Yes, I love to count stairs for the Thespians' 
initiation. Yes, I love to count . . . 



THESPIANS— Row 1: T. Shannon, D. Geddes, F. Hadfield, N. Lauter. Row 2: B. Pugh, 
J. Odda, L. Leybeck, K. Begalke, D. Caldwell. 




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He bit his lip and clenched his fists behind his back. 
This was his first speech contest and he had a critical 
case of stage fright. Around him stood the veteran mem- 
bers of NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE. They tried 
to look calm and nonchalant, but their shaking hands 
betrayed inner tension. At last it was time. His fear was 
gone, and the speech he had worked on with such diffi- 
culty flowed from his lips with fervor and sincerity. His 
face was flushed as he walked away, and his heart was 
pounding. He could not remember what he had said, 
but he felt a sense of accomplishment. Not only because 
he had earned points toward his N. F. L. pin, but also 
because he had mastered his speech. 




NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE— Row I: P. Brancae, 
M. Prokopovich, L. Loope. Row 2: A. Winet, K... Davis, 
B. Hava, B. Ellis. Row 3: P. Dickey, D. Camino, S. Shaugh- 
nessy. Row 4: R. Ferrante, J. Cook. Row 5: J. Petro, J. 
Odda, D. Geddes, D. Glenn. Row 6: J. Romano, L. Eaglen. 



NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS 

Ellis; Vice President, R. Ferrante. 



-Left to right: President, A. Anderson; Secretary-Treasurer, B. 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY— Row 1: A. Hribar, J. Yane, J. Dragolic, S. Klotzbach, B. Wallace, H. Krome, C. Phillips, L. Chalfant. Row 2: 
B. Adams, D. DiTomaso, S. Mueller, K. Schuette. B. Armstrong, H. Millar, G. Nosan, k. Halbedel. Row 3: C. Freed, N. Creveling, J. Lube. J. 
Collingwood, D. Hunston, N. Schwarts, P. Rote, J. Nada. Row 4: D. Sarich, T. Trauger, J. Kovach. J. Bartos, D. Lonchar, J. Romano, D. Steven- 
son. Row 5: P. Jackson. M. Dane, E. Orazen, T. Guy. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS— Front: Treasurer J. Kov- 
ach, Secretary K. Halbedel. Standing: President J. Yane, Vice President J. 
Romano. 




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The National Honor Society assembly begins. 



Al Shinagawa is awarded high school's highest honor. 



Great expectations. Hopes and fears 
and agonizing doubt. The secretary began 
to call the roll. So slowly. He felt shaky 
and trembling, and then he heard his 
name. A short gasp for breath; he rose to 
his feet. Heads turned and faces smiled 
with congratulation as he walked down 
the aisle. But he did not see them. At last, 
the glint of light from a tiny gold pin 
caught his eye, and he returned to reality, 
a proud and surprised new member of the 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. 








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CAMERA CLUB— if// to i-<?fo: D. Kne, M. Markatos, 
R. Engel, D. Lyman, C. Schroeter, T. Vardian, J. Lakatosh. 




I prefer Brand X. 



STAGE CREW— Top down: G. Furth, T. Bell, 
B. Pugh, L. Novak, S. Sulak, D. Ritchie, B. Blanc, 
B. Humphrey, D. Geddes, D. Caldwell, R. Sum- 
mers. 



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The deep recesses of the darkroom were 
the private domain of the all-male CAM- 
ERA CLUB. After sloshing their hands 
in 68° chemicals with clammy negatives 
and soggy paper, the members turned out 
nearly-professional work for the school 
and the community. 

The title of the richest club in the school 
belongs to the MOVIE CLUB. For three 
cents per day, one could take advantage 
of the noon movie service offered by the 
Movie Club. Their other service of show- 
ing classroom movies was welcomed by 
the students who looked forward to see- 
ing a movie to break the monotony of 
classes. 

A third indispensable organization of 
the school is the STAGE CREW. These 
boys are the backbone of any program 
performed in our auditorium. The crew 
has the responsibility of building sets, 
painting scenery, and controlling compli- 
cated lighting arrangements. 



MOVIE CLUB— Row 1 : L. Foy, S. Gregurich, L. Williamson, D. Henry, D. PiseV, K. Viviano. Row 2: J. Baum, S. Edge, J. Pulver, P. Snyder, K. 
Simmons, J. Hayes, K. Podwills, J. Barnes, Sponsor Mr. Bailey. Row 3: R. Leisenhelimer, L. Brewster, G. Furth, J. Cesa, L. Weeks, L. Grajzar, W. 
Jedlicka, P. Richards, J. Richardson. Row 4: B. Alloway, H. David. J. Hartmaz, B. Dixon, D. Kanner, D. Ritchie. 




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And a bright and cheery good 
morning from the P.A. Club! 



"Good Morning! Your P. A. ANNOUNCERS . . ." 

This cheerful phrase attempted to open everyone's sleepy 
eyes each day. Statements such as "Attention all cookies 
for the bake sale!" and "If your student council repre- 
sentative cannot attend, please send your alternative," 
were two of the real eye openers. And then there was the 
day when Ray Ferrante gasped out garbled announce- 
ments when nobody else showed up. Uncomplicated 
announcements such as Eucuyo's thirty seconds of si- 
lence not only calmed students' No-Doz nerves, but also 
gave the announcers a brief vacation. Yawning students, 
encouraged by such interesting incidents, propped open 
their eyelids and listened to the morning announcements. 



P. A. ANNOUNCERS— Row 1: P. Corrigan. S. Stahler. Row 2: 
P. Krueger, B. Ellis. Row 3: R. Ferrante. 



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P. A. TECHNICIANS— Row 1: E. Skerly, B. Miller, S. Flood, E. Glenn, M. Vagasky, V, Stillinger, J. Struna. Row 2: K. Zust, M. Sovich, B. Ellis, 
J. Dragolic, C. Phillips, H. Glenn. Row 3: C. McBroom. R. Davis, J. Howard, R. Hotchkiss, R. Hasher, D. Aiken. Row 4: S. Barta, D. Mohoric, D. 
Caldwell, K. Begalke, T. Schaffer, P. Davidson. Row 5: D. Woodruff, C. Frownfelter, B. Laurenson, J. Habe, L. Burgin. J. Worgull, J. Frye. 



Technicians make their work enjoyable in the P.A. room. 



An orderly maze of buttons, a spinning 
turntable, and a cylinder of shining steel 
—a microphone. P. A. TECHNICIANS 
laughing and joking during study halls in 
the P. A. room. But when Dr. Bergem or 
Miss Gillman called, the P. A. men took 
action to call far-away rooms of the 
school. Besides having fun, they gave gen- 
erous help to the teachers and students of 
the school. 




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JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB— Row 1: M. 

Avery, A. Pelyak, J. Waldman, B. Plaggemier, 
D. Sniger, D. Camino, J. Chiofolo, M. Budan. 
Gullo. J. Lonchar, S. Smekel, L. Sipes. Row 3 
Robasz, J. Moser, J. Atkins, S. Dadlow, M. 
Stapleton, G. Krecic, L. White, S. Wiskes, C 
Goss, B. Sabula, D. Felmley, J. Vormelker, J. 
Luckay, S. Pureber, M. Breitsch, C. Jonke, S 
Bates, R. Wanchik. Row 6: E. Cook, C. Allar, 
sich, D. Urbanick, M. Tucker, K. Hutchisson, 



Green, K. Znidarsic, S. Flood, S. Paulsen, J. Dean, C. Novak, S. Goodyear, S. Spolar, F. Lorence, K. 

J. Thompson, J. Berthold, J. Winkler, M. Wilk, K. Domitor, J. Fleshin. Row 2: B. Hava, M. Taylor, 

, J. Globokar, P. Allbery, T. Tekancic, L. Koci, P. Harris, D. Grano, L. Freck, J. Pejack, S. Crane, J. 

P. Terrace, B. Stoh, P. Bizzarri, L. Winkler, M. Koren, P. Mika, S. Jones, K. Rock, K. Kozar, S. 

Yager, C. Woda, R. Halderman, K. D'Anna, P. Mason, V. Botz. Row 4: S. Peacock, L. Clotts, M. 

. Reider, S. Gordon, P. Strang, M. Montagner, M. Rast, M. Plesea, B. Besednik, K. Greenway, V. 

Urbas, M. Soeder. Row 5: J. Beyerle, M. Lasnik, P. Slitor. R. Svenwol, N. Campbell, M. Kulwin, B. 

Robbins, S. Saunway, L. Riebe, J. Hoykar. L. Sanders, P. Machurey, B. Corrigan, M. Powlaic, J. 

R. Ahey, J. Eggleston, S. Willcocks, C. Krnell, J. Snider, S. Berry, M. Perme, N. Hamilton, N. Tom- 

L. Skomski, K. McCormick, B. Wheeler, J. Susman. P. Ludek, J. Miller, K. Cwik, D. Mylar. 






SENIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB Row 1 : N. Creveling, C. Reba, J. Zele, M. Wenger, D. Heuer, A. Horton, D. Cunningham. 
Row 2: B. Ritz, N. Lefevre, K. Bauer, M. Sustersic, D. Cvetkovic, S. Colledge, E. Braidich. Row 3: K. Schuette, W. Lucas, J. 
Benner, J. Pike, S. Welch, V. Syracuse, B. Rhoades, P. Zimmerman, K. Schmidt. Row 4: V. Sestak, S. Mueller, L. Erjavec, M. 
Sabetti, S. Wolff, J. Smith, S. Kelember, P. Burford, S. Jaunsis, Y. Kozlevcar. Row 5: L. Lane, B. Adams, D. Beyerle, B. 
Bailey, J. Harper, E. Fogel, J. Macy, B. Adler. Row 6: R. Helm, L. Kish, D. Henry, J. Barnes, L. Chalfant, P. Pado, B. Self- 
ert, A. Bagocius, G. Heil, C. Hamilton, S. Troyer. Row 7: J. Halloran, B. Hocevar, J. Stefanski, D. Pisek, D. Schmidt, B. 
Haytas, B. Harwood, R. Strah, K. Anderson, J. Gardner, G. Madda. 





Senior, junior, and sophomore sections 
of the FRIENDSHIP CLUB worked sep- 
arately to accomplish charitable and social 
aims but have co-operated on many val- 
uable projects, such as ushering for Com- 
mencement and sponsoring the Friend- 
ship Formal. 

One of the most worthwhile and grati- 
fying projects in which the club has par- 
ticipated was providing stuffed animals 
for underprivileged children. Girls worked 
hard stuffing and sewing dolls, while 
others repaired old toys or bought new 
ones. Fhe school is proud of the Friend- 
ship Club for the fine part it has played in 
school and community service. 



FRIENDSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD— Row 1: B. Ritz, B. Roberts, N. 
Beck, S. Calvert. Row 2: P. Strang, K. Schmidt, S. White, N. Williams. Row 
3: B. Adams, M. Kalinowski, M. Balsley. Row 4: R. Ahey, J. Bates, G. 
Brandt, D. Schmidt. 



SOPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB— Row 1: D. Bell, C. Sedusky, R. Golobic, J. Beechuk, J. Locker, K. Buehner, R. Kuharik, G. 
Krome, N. Williams, L. Owen, P. Sears, G. Brandt, S. Bell, S. Grisard, C. Cozart, D. Daugherty, B. Miller, M. Reider. Row 2: M. Proko- 
povich, K. Lybarger, L. Long, S. Hamilton, J. Kovic, S. Kokeley, P. Hadarich, E. Wilke, P. Dilworth, C. Soeder, B. Shepard, B. Svekric, 

B. Videnseto, P. Watterman, S. Calvert, M. Balsley, M. Fields, J. Jacavins. Row 3: M. Cergol, L. Ritter, F. Rocco, S. Bahr, C. Maresh, 
L. Lege, L. Burton, M. Beery, B. Applequist, V. Wick, A. Will, P. Yapel, N. Hanks, S. Stross, P. Davis, E. Kovacs, A. Mausser, J. Strazier. 
Row 4: B. Trauger, B. Wilcoxon, E. Sajna. D. Vitanza, B. Trennel, L. Horvath, M. Sikora, E. Sokol, P. Mahany, D. Lukat, S. Stefanko, J. 
Stillinger, C. Eckert, B. Raymond, S. Buchwald, B. Draxler, L. Nurmi, D. Harris, B. Buchar. Row 5: N. Lindquist, J. Hitty, M. McGraw, 

C. Davis, J. Mervar, E. Spalek, C. Baldini, P. Waldron, J. Gutka, J. Novak, D. Tyjewski, L. Brendorfer, J. Baker, M. Doyle, M. Kali- 
nowski, S. Miller, D. Mihaly, L. Reba. V. Lowe, M. Zola, M. Gault, S. Meall. Row 6: P. Federico, S. Ryder, L. Loope, C. Hummon, D. 
Stock, L. Clink, R. Finica, B. Zupancic, P. Vidusich, D. Walsh, P. Rosenblatt, S. Adams, A. Gorsha, J. Kramer, J. Leskovec, J. Brock, 
W. Major, M. Milavec, S. Stojetz, J. Thronberens, V. Snow, K. Purtill. Row 7: S. Apolski, S. Harris, F. Fox, B. Beal. J. Pickett, R. 
Ricksecker, B. Burger, R. Marmash, C. Valles, C. VanScoder, J. Polis, M. Dushak, P. Blattan, C. Marn, C. Anderson, P. Deister, G. 
Garlock. K. Fowler, L. Reese, M. DeViney, B. Brown. 








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BOOKSTORE— Row 1: N. Tomsich, B. Yanchar, J. Yanchar. Row 2: M. 
Travnik, S. Berk. Row 3: A. Shinagawa, D. Collins. Row 4: J. Martin, S. 
DiBiasio. 



Need a chemistry review text? Maybe a Spanish dic- 
tionary? Or maybe envelopes for typing or a "Panther" 
pencil or pen refills or book covers or a stapler or a 
thesaurus or "cough" drops? 

Stop in at the BOOKSTORE at the end of the third 
floor. Pick up a pen kit, notebook paper, or just look 
around. How about some ink cartridges? Need typing 
paper? Erasers? Kleenex? Carbon paper? Sorry, no 
credit. That will be twenty-five cents. Thank you. Come 
again. 




Oh! I'm out of paper! 




I'll get some at the book store! 




You can get almost anything at the Bookstore. 



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After much thought a 
move is made. Cautiously 
the opponent plans his at- 
tack and counters. Silence — 
thought — and finally: 
"Checkmate!" After a long, 
strategic game, he has won. 
Interest, skill, and wins have 
given the CHESS TEAM 
a successful year. 



CHESS TEAM— Seated: N. Anderson, D. Gulbenkian. Standing: D. Lyman, W. Ebert, R. Tu- 

hacek, B. March, M. Fenster, C. Wendorff. 

FOREMAN'S CLUB— Row 1: P. Smith, W. 
Beers. Row 2: D. Elder, B. Humphries. Row 3: 
D. Gerwin, G. Braidic, R. Petrovich. Row 4: L. 
Tolar, E. Jarc. Row 5: S. Laudenbach, D. Mc- 
Gowan, J. Simcic. Row 6: L. Turk, B. Moore. 



The boys of the FOREMAN'S CLUB 

scanned the heavy machinery at the Fisher 
Body plant. From field trips like this and 
guest speakers at school they learned to 
handle both technical difficulties and 
group management problems of the In- 
dustrial Arts classes. The members re- 
ceived practical experience as foremen in 
the shops. Assisting the teachers, they de- 
veloped the leadership and responsibility 
which would help them after graduation. 



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Shin guards come in handy. 



During gym classes, the GIRLS' LEADERS could 
usually be heard blowing their whistles or yelling "Side- 
out," "travelling," or "strike two," depending on the 
season. The G. L. C., sponsored by Mrs. Fox, worked 
hard to aid the gym teachers this year by taking attend- 
ance, instructing classes, and giving make-ups. They 
sold mums at the Homecoming game and sponsored 
an after-game dance to increase their treasury. This year 
for the first time, one period a week was devoted to a 
girls' leaders class to help the girls improve their skills 
and add to their knowledge of the different sports. The 
girls were examples of leadership in other phases of life 
as well as physical education. 



GIRLS LEADERS CLUB OFFICERS— Seated: President, 
P. Benedetto; Vice President, P. Rote. Standing: Historian, 
L. Bernston; Treasurer, P. Flaler. 



GIRLS LEADERS CLUB— Row 1: K. Halbedel, P. Flaler, L. Bernston. P. Benedetto, P. Rote, N. Harding, G. Nosan, P. 
Tinker. Row 2: N. Delac. B. Wallace. N. Bailey, M. Randazzo, E. Glenn, C. Smith, K. Stomberg, S. Klotzbach, J. Allen. 
Row 3: C. Phillips, P. Lowry, C. Cradis, J. Harper, N. Schwarts, D. Ambrose, K. Tomko, J. Nada, D. Boehlke, E. Petkovsek. 









Volleyball, a popular GAA sport. 



A black ball jumped and rolled through 
the grass. Hit and smacked by ruthless 
field hockey sticks, it suddenly bounded 
back in the opposite direction. 

A feathered stick whizzed through space 
and thudded into the target at the end of 
the room. Bull's-eye! She shot again with 
the thought of her prize dripping in her 
mind — a sirupy banana split. 

A rubber sphere plip-plopped across 
the net and tumbled to the floor amid a 
riot of cheers from one side and a gasp of 
disappointment from the other. The girl 
in the corner caught the volleyball and 
served again. 

Around and around the rim the basket- 
ball rolled, and the girls' eyes widened 
with suspense. Then the temperamental 
ball squeezed through the net, and the 
scorekeeper marked down two more 
points for these members of the GIRLS' 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. 



GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFI- 
CERS — Front: Secretary, K. Stomberg; Treas- 
urer, K. Tomko: Vice President, D. Ambrose. 
Back: President, H. Millar. 




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Agility on the horse. 



Dexterity on the trampoline. 



Precision on the parallel bars. 




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Necessary skill on the apparatus. 




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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM— Row 1: J. Kurd, Sr.; J. Balch, Sr.; K. Malchow, Sr.; F. Hanes, 5/-.; 
J. Jerele, Sr.; E. O'Saben, Sr.; M. Reba, Sr.; A. Shinagawa, Sr.; F. Hadfield, 5c; G. Spenko, Sr.; 
V. Petro'vic, Sr.; T. Fortuna, 5c; J. Weible, Sr.; R. Chaunce, R. Haller. Row 2: R. Palmer. B. Cas- 
trovinci, J. Theis, J. Smith, J. Zevnik, H. Altenweg, B. Gasper, R. Bowen, C. Lamb, R. Vidmar, 
J. Spencer, B. Rinas, B. Klann, K. Krivok. Row 3: J. Orr, B. Miller, B. Sheppard, W. Pettek, J. 
Sabath, B. Green, R. Rackar, J. Eeckhout, R. Stauffer, C. Bayer, D. Billings, L. Smith, R. Speel, 
B. Trouter, Coach Eckart. 



Practice means running, running, and more running. 




Trees zipped by and last year's leaves crunched be- 
neath your feet. You were tired, and you ran mechani- 
cally, trying not to think of your aching legs and strain- 
ing muscles. Wheezing, you gulped air hungrily; you 
could not get enough! And your tongue was dry and 
swollen. The dry grass whirred by in a blur beneath your 
feet. In the distance you could see a haze of red and blue 
jackets of the other CROSS COUNTRY men— the 
finish line. So far away. You wanted to stop and rest in 
the cool shade; you could not run any farther. But you 
did; you ran and ran. Kicking up grass and dirt behind 
you, you tumbled over the finish line. And you fell 
breathless, so tired you could not see. 



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Maybe next time. 





Euclid takes another first 



Ken strains for the finish. 




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Over the mountain and through the woods 



A mile and a half in six days equals two miles in how many days? 







TEAM RECORD 




EUCLID 


22 


St. Joseph 


33 


EUCLID 


23 


West Tech 


35 


EUCLID 


18 


Shaw 


45 


EUCLID 


22 


John Adams 


34 


EUCLID 


18 


Latin 


44 


EUCLID 


15 


Shaker 


50 


EUCLID 


15 


Collinwood 


50 


EUCLID 


16 


Cleveland Heights 


6 


EUCLID 


18 


Shaw 


45 


EUCLID 


15 


East 


50 


EUCLID 


15 


Willoughby 


50 


EUCLID 


15 


Shaw 


50 


EUCLID 


19 


Lakewood 


44 


EUCLID 


15 


John Marshall 


4S 


EUCLID 


21 


Glenville 


40 


EUCLID 


19 


Parma 


37 


EUCLID 


15 


Cleveland Heights 


50 


2nd St. Joseph Relays 




1st Bowling 


Green Relays 




1st Lake Erie League 




1st District 






6th 


in State 






Wins— 17 


Losses — 







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Captain Ralph Francis 



Harriers show mixed emotions before the race. 





The growls of the Panthers as 
they attacked the overpowering 
PARMA line revealed a grim, 
fighting spirit. All voices screamed 
as one voice; all hearts hoped as 
one heart; and all thoughts were 
one thought: win. The Panthers, 
even in loss, were the most spir- 
ited men ever to wear Euclid's 
blue and gold. 

As the final quarter ended, loy- 
al Euclid Fans filed silently from 
the stands. No words could ex- 
press their emotion as they 
watched the hardest-fighting team 
Euclid has ever had lose to the 
powerful Parma Redmen. Many 
were crying, not with disappoint- 
ment, but with pride in the team 
that gave the most any team could 
give. The L.E.L. championship 
meant little as devoted fans 
thought only of the unbelievable 
strength and spirit of the mighty 
Panthers. Parma had its Arnie 
Chonko, but Euclid High School 
had a whole team of the hardest- 
fighting, most determined, and 
most spirited FOOTBALL men 
any school ever had. 



Coach Mohr puts his all into each game. 




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The night of the ST. JOE'S GAME was crisp and cold. Suddenly the blackness shattered like ice as a 
cheer exploded from the crowd. The locker room door burst open and banged against the cold, grey 
wall. Panthers with ruddy faces and breath white and misty jogged onto the field, which had been 
shredded and torn by a hundred steel spikes. Amid a rain of curses from the Euclid sidelines the Vikings 
tumbled over for the first touchdown. St. Joe's was over-confident. They fumbled and Euclid recovered. 
The ball was in our hands. So was the game — 16-12. 

Confetti exploded with the final gun, and the Vikings and Panthers trudged off the field together. Tired 
teammates found strength to shove Coach Mohr into a cold, drizzling shower. Outside, above a delirious 
tumult of songs and cheers, the victory bell brought the season to a close. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 1 : T. Rankin, 5c; K. Buda, Sr.; G. Fowler, 5c; S. Gebe, Si:; J. Gessic, Si:; J. Forker, 5c; G. Hager. Row 2; P. Key- 
erleber, Si:; D. Mohoric, 5c; P. Maskunas, Sr.; D. Sprochi, Si:; E. Orazen, 5c; E. Carpenter, 5c; C. Terranova, 5c Row 3; D. Lonchar, 5c; E. 
Prostor, T. McGill, W. Biller. 5c; D. Jones, 5c; L. Schneider, 5c; O. DeMarco, M. Sikora, 5c Row 4: R. Pejeau, K. Gortz, P. Diulus, J. James, 
Si:; B. Attamante, C. Ehinger, B. Nowacek, M. Trinite, J. Schael, F. Gron. Row 5: J. Starman, L. Morse, L. Burgin, B. Reynolds, M. Orazen, B. 
Fuchs. D. Mason, D. Smith. Row 6: J. Grinstead, Manager, F. Klemenc, B. Lilley, G. Dackor, R. Dieckmann, D. Brigden, C. Orlando, T. Moulis, 
5c; J. Campana, Manager, B. YabrorT. 





TEAM RECORD 




EUCLID 


32 




Maple Heights 





EUCLID 


20 




West Tech 


6 


EUCLID 


16 




Willoughby North 


6 


EUCLID 


26 




Shaker Heights 


8 


EUCLID 


14 




Parma 


20 


EUCLID 


42 




Lakewood 


20 


EUCLID 


12 




Shaw 


15 


EUCLID 


14 




Cleveland Heights 


6 


EUCLID 


16 




St. Joseph 


12 




3rd 


Lake 


Erie League 






Wins— 7 


Losses — 2 





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Panthers leap to hail a Euclid touchdown. 



Are you sure you can find nightcrawlers on a football field? 




Jones leaps high to defeat the not-so-mighty Vikings. 




Panthers study the films of last week's game. 



Euclid blockers clear the way for a long gain. 





Come on, Eddie, let's catch this one. 



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T know it's up there someplace." 



The mighty Panthers hold that line. 










TEAM 


RECORD 




EUCLID 


38 




Willoughby-North 


12 


EUCLID 


24 




Shaker Heights 


IX 


EUCLID 


18 




St. Joseph 


13 


EUCLID 


6 




Parma 


14 


EUCLID 


6 




Lakewood 


8 


EUCLID 


14 




Shaw 


6 


EUCLID 


8 




Cleveland Heights 


6 


EUCLID 


36 




Garfield Heights 


12 


EUCLID 


8 




Maple Heights 


6 




2 


id Lake 


Erie League 






Wins— 7 


Losses — 2 






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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL— Row 1: J. Flowers, C. Lan- 
ning, D. Vukcevic, D. Kendall, C. Picciano, D. Wheeler, B. Pale- 
chek, T. Kreit, J. Carr, G. Engelke. Row 2: J. Hunt, J. Gilkerson, 
B. Tortor, U. Scolaro, A. Biondi, J. Peters, B. Reichenbach, F. 
Jernejcic. M. Mazzei, D. Robinson. Row 3: D. Hudec, D. Bizily, 
G. Cox, V. Kranz, D. DeRosa, J. Price, J. Hamilton, G. Mason, 
D. Corbett, B. Szabo. Row 4: W. Kirk, B. Temple, B. Olah, M. 
Tabor, R. Ashley, D. Reed, T. Wohlgemuth, B. Kraft, S. Agrast, 
A. Elliot. Row 5: Manager H. Pierce, M. Paolella, V. Syracuse, E. 
Peterson, A. Snyder, B. Symonds, Coaches W. Lindsay, H. Daugh- 
erty, T. Ross. Row 6: Managers K. Walters, D. Hall. 



The opponent finds Euclid too powerful to contain. 



J.V. FOOTBALL meant many things 
to the players. It was fun, friendships, the 
shouted encouragement from the side- 
lines. It was the Sophomore's first time 
in the "big stadium." His J.V. year was 
the dusty practice field, the beat-up tack- 
ling dummy. And it was the big game, 
with classmates watching: the time he 
caught the pass, or rushed thirty yards, or 
blocked with all his might. In his sopho- 
more year he became part of his school; 
in his J.V. year he became part of his 
team. It was a year of preparation for big- 
ger things to come, a year of hope that in 
the future he would still be playing with 
the same undying drive and spirit. 



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CHEERLEADERS— Left to right: Captain J. Allen, J. Roberts, C. Jankovich, B. Bogatay, M. Church, D. Hunston. 



230 




JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADING— Kneeling: J. Mason, L. Poese, M. Ingram. Standing: A. Winet, 
S. Miller, T. Burger. 



The fierce, growling panthers embla- 
zoned on the sweaters of the six girls told 
more of what they really felt than did their 
hoarse voices and near-frozen hands and 
legs. Not even the cold daunted the 
CHEERLEADERS, for theirs was a deep 
and enduring spirit. Their Panthers were 
leading in the last quarter; the six over- 
joyed girls moved into the beloved "Vic- 
tory" formation; Euclid football fans rose 
in a body to join in a yell for the mighty 
Panthers. From the West Tech football 
game, through Beat St. Joe, and Powder 
Shaw, to the last basketball tournament, 
our cheerleaders really let everyone know 
that "We're from Euclid High School, 
and no one can be prouder." 




CHEERLEADING SUBSTITUTES— Left to Right: C. McBroom, 
P. Freed. 

"That's my team." 




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One-two-three-four, two-two-three- 
four. Can't get mixed up! Oh, what count 
are we on now?!! Six?! Three? Oh, no!! 
There! Now I have it!! Six-two-three- 
four. Whew! 

Twirling, flashing batons; whirling, 
glimmering skirts; high-stepping, high- 



kicking, goose-bumped legs — the major- 
ettes' precision marching on the football 
field presented an unmatchable picture of 
style and beauty as they performed their 
own dance routines. This year Euclidites 
were justly proud of their hard-working 
marching MAJORETTES. 



J. Nada. 




s . Schott , D. Boehlke, N. Harding, N. Delac, 

MAJORETTE SUBSTITUTES: B. Neff, L. Gribbons, S. Heasley, B. Madey, C. Lausin, B. Kopach. 



D. Paul. 




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Panther matmen watch tensely as their teammate battles for another victory. 



ttftt. 




VARSITY WRESTLING— Row 1 : J. Schael, N. Angene, Sr.; H. Webb, Sr.; J. Kurds, D. Coy, L. Rositano, F. Jernejcic. 
Row 2: K. Wohlgemuth, B. Grant, K. Krivok, H. Altenweg, J. Kovach, Sr.; T. Rankin, Sr.; T. Moulis, Sr.; J. Weible, Sr. 
Row 3: M. Dane, Sr.; G. Fowler, Sr.; S. Gebe, Sr.; B. Dixon, Sr.; D. Gillespie, B. Attamante, E. Orazen, Sr. 




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TEAM 


RECORD 




EUCLID 


29 






Garfield Heights 


9 


EUCLID 


30 






Crestwood 


11 


EUCLID 


37 






Berea 


4 


EUCLID 


29 






Bridgeport 


12 


EUCLID 


28 






Lakewood 


11 


EUCLID 


35 






Painesville 


5 


EUCLID 


38 






Shaw 


2 


EUCLID 


28 






Cleveland Heights 


12 


EUCLID 


45 






Rocky River 


3 


EUCLID 


35 






Parma 


6 


EUCLID 


31 






Shaker Heights 


9 


EUCLID 


36 






St. Joseph 


6 


EUCLID 


33 






Stow 


9 






District Champs 






2nd in 


State Tournament 






Wins 


—13 


Losses — 





Everyone's eyes focus upon the center of the mat. 



Each wrestling match took many unusual turns. 





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The referee's hand smacked the mat, 
and five more points flashed across the 
score board. Teeth clenched and muscles 
straining, the Euclid wrestler had pinned 
his opponent to the mat. The bleachers 
trembled with cheers, for Euclid's WRES- 
TLING TEAM had won again. With 
skill and endurance the Panthers won 
every meet of the season, defeating even 
the '60 state champions from Bridgeport. 
Opponents were tough and the tension 
high, but Euclid finished on top — L.E.L. 
Champions on their way to state. 



Coach Eckart really gets involved. 



I'll teach you to say I have a crooked nose. 





Schael strains to subdue a struggling opponent. 



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9 






mm 



Orazen ends up the only undefeated wrestler after this 
match with St. Joe's Pierce. 



237 



Straining, pulling, fighting to stay on 
top. Sweat streaming down his face and 
back, he struggled and twisted and never 
relaxed. The buzzer sounded, and he 
broke his hold and glanced over his 
shoulder at the crowd. But all heads were 
turned; they were not watching him. He 
was only a J. V. WRESTLER. The match 
continued. Cheers exploded intermittent- 
ly, but not for him. His struggles were 
heralded only by a smattering of applause 
from some scattered sophomores. Then 
suddenly — a pin. And another cheer ex- 
ploded, and this time it was meant for 
him. As he trudged off the mat, hot and 
sweaty and proud, voices swelled behind 
him: "J.V. rah! J. V. rah! Rah, rah, J.V." 




J.V.'s gain experience which will help them obtain varsity status. 




238 





JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING— Row 1 : L. Rositano. F. Jernejcic, R. Mance, M. Leber, B. Torter, C. Mansperger. J. Flowers, E. Peterson, U. 
Scolaro. Row 2: Olesky, A. Hlabse, F. Polanc, G. Engelke, R, Seaman, M. Orazen, J. Carr, M. Mazzei, D. DeRosa, B. Schenk, D. Hall, F. Oblak. 
Back: W. Linz, Manager. 



Now. what would Coach De Mora do in a situation like this? 








TEAM RECORD 




EUCLID 


30 


Garfield Heights 


15 


EUCLID 


48 


Crestwood 


5 


EUCLID 


40 


Berea 


6 


EUCLID 


31 


Willoughby-Eastlake 


15 


EUCLID 


39 


Lakewood 


5 


EUCLID 


36 


Wickliffe 


6 


EUCLID 


37 


Shaw 


8 


EUCLID 


37 


Cleveland Heights 


5 


EUCLID 


24 


Shaker 


15 




■ ! 



VARSITY SWIMMING— Row 1 : B. Molnar, Sr.; D. Lilley, Sr.; T. Trauger, Sr.; K. Zust, Sr.; D. Zim- 
merman, Sr.; B. Marton, Sr. Row 2: J. Whittaker, Sr.; T. Young, Sr.; J. Collingwood, Sr.; R. Zakraysek, 
Sr.; R. Beljan. JJoh' 3: Mr. Resch, Coach; J. Francis, B. Cooper, J. Randt, B. Alloway, R. Dacar, Sr. 





TEAM 


RECORD 




EUCLID 


17 




Lakewood 


62 


EUCLID 


67 




Gilmour 


19 


EUCLID 


30 




Shaker Heights 


56 


EUCLID 


30 




Berea 


56 


EUCLID 


43 




Shaw 


43 


EUCLID 


40 




Cleveland Heights 


46 


EUCLID 


46 




W.R.A. 


40 


EUCLID 


38 




Lakewood 


4S 


EUCLID 


20 




Shaker 


66 


EUCLID 


40 




Berea 


46 


EUCLID 


44 




Shaw 


42 


EUCLID 


31 




Cleveland Heights 


55 


EUCLID 


27 




University School 


56 


EUCLID 


27 




Kent State 


56 


EUCLID 


56 




Gilmour 


30 




4th Euclid 


Relays 






8th Kent State Relays 






5th Lake Erie League 






5th District 






Wins- 


-4 


Losses — 10 








Ties — 1 






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Poised on the numbered boxes, four 
tense SWIMMERS waited for the crack 
of the starting gun. At the very instant the 
gun sounded, legs bent and straightened 
as the bodies arced in a flying leap. A 
smack resounded throughout the room as 
the boys hit the water and near-by swim 
fans were showered with a fine spray. Up, 
out, pull. Up, out, pull sounded in the 
swimmer's brain as he strove toward the 
far end of the pool with a driving breast- 
stroke. 

Faster, faster! No time to look to see 
if I'm ahead, but no one seems to be up 
in front. Pull! Pull! Harder! Almost there. 
Now reach for the wall, flip over, and 
start back. Stroke, pull. Stroke, pull. 
Drive! Drive! Keep going, almost there. 
Just two more strokes. Up, out, pull. 
Reach! It's all over now. 

As the winner relaxed, he felt the cold 
of the water, and he climbed out of the 
pool, his drenched hair streaming his 
face with water. 



Off we go, into the wild blue yonder 






Tension mounts as a close race nears the finish. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING— Row 1 : R. Wade, J. Howard, B. Broos, G. Wickes, 
D. Mansuy, P. Ryan. Row 2: Mr. Palmer, Coach; R. Dunker, D. Swishjr, R. Hughes, B. 
Houck, J. Kneale, A. Tucci. Row 3: C. Kos, J. Grazier, H. Pierce, L. Craig, L. Reinke, B. 
Adam, K. Ricket. 








TEAM RECORD 




EUCLID 


15 


Lakewood 


71 


EUCLID 


62 


Gilmour 


24 


EUCLID 


15 


Shaker 


71 


EUCLID 


36 


Berea 


50 


EUCLID 


53 


Shaw 


33 


EUCLID 


31 


Cleveland Heights 


45 


EUCLID 


56 


W. R. A. 


30 


EUCLID 


34 


Lakewood 


60 


EUCLID 


191/2 


Shaker 66 V4 


EUCLID 


41 


Berea 


44 


EUCLID 


46 


Shaw 


32 


EUCLID 


52 


Cleveland Heights 


34 


EUCLID 


53 


Gilmour 


32 




Wins— 6 


Losses — 7 






Balanced on his toes at the end of the 
diving board, the boy stood poised, his 
back to the pool. Arms rigid at his sides, 
head and shoulders back, he fixed his 
eyes on the wall ahead of him and took a 
deep breath. Lifting his arms to shoulder 
level the J. V. SWIMMER bent his body 
backwards into a graceful arch and fell 
from the board. Sometimes he entered 
the water perfectly without a splash; more 
often his dive was unevenly timed or a 
little off-balance. However, his spirit, en- 
ergy, and will to learn, more than com- 
pensated for his erratic skill, which will 
grow sure and strong with practice. 




Molnar exhibits the excellent form born of intense practice. 



An exhausted swimmer receives a helping hand. 





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Danny shoots for two. 




VARSITY BASKETBALL— Row 1 : R. Palmer, E. Carpenter, Sr.; D. Stevenson, Sr.; T. Davis, Sr.; D. Colbow, Sr.; M. Bathory, M. Trinite, Man- 
agers C. Lokar and K. Malchow. Sr. Row 2; M. Reba, Sr.; S. Theis, J. Kurd, Sr.; D. Perkins, G. MacQuarrie, Sr.; D. Andrulis, Sr.; T. Perlioni, C. 
Ehinger, B. Patton, Sr.; R. Pejeau. 



The BASKETBALL team, tall and tem- 
pered, developed its vast potential in tir- 
ing practice sessions. Again and again 
they tangled with tough teams, and 
guarded, jumped, dribbled, passed, and 
shot their way to victory. 

Taut muscles, tension . . . Tom Davis 
jumped and tipped the ball; it toppled to- 
ward his teammate's trembling fingertips. 
And down the court they raced. Then 
Stevenson sliced through his grappling op- 
ponents, jumped, shot, and the ball 
plopped through the center of the net. Or 
Colbow, short but powerful, sped in for a 
quick lay-up. 

The basketball games this year were 
more exciting than ever, with higher 
scores, louder cheers, more dramatic 
plays. The powderpuff game with Shaw, 
the one-point defeat by Parma, the second 
agonizing overtime encounter at Parma, 
and the clashes with strong Lakewood, 
gave us a season of thrills. 



Coaches: E. Tekieli, H. Daugherty, J. Supance. 




245 




Davis is fouled as Colbow drives for a field goal. 





Perkins defends as Bathory snares the rebound. 





TEAM 


RECORD 




EUCLID 


53 


Chagrin Falls 


43 


EUCLID 


55 


Wickliffe 


58 


EUCLID 


62 


Garfield Heights 


68 


EUCLID 


61 


Shaker Heights 


48 


EUCLID 


55 


Parma 


56 


EUCLID 


80 


Collinwood 


71 


EUCLID 


58 


St. Joseph 


75 


EUCLID 


84 


Lakewood 


78 


EUCLID 


64 


Shaw 


62 


EUCLID 


78 


Cleveland Heights 


51 


EUCLID 


69 


Brush 


52 


EUCLID 


52 


Shaker Heights 


57 


EUCLID 


80 


Parma 


75 


EUCLID 


77 


Akron North 


75 


EUCLID 


64 


Lakewood 


57 


EUCLID 


87 


Painesville Harvey 


64 


EUCLID 


70 


Shaw 


63 


EUCLID 


50 


Cleveland Heights 


48 




1st Lake Erie League 






Wins— 13 


Losses — 5 





Dave tips it in for two. 



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Kurti gets an assist from Bathory. 



__ 




Palmer climbs up for another pair. 






Colbow maneuvers the ball past three Shaw defenders. 





With the stands only half-filled, the 
J. V. BASKETBALL team tumbled onto 
the court at seven, in a riot of speed and 
enthusiasm. To some, the J.V. game was 
but a preview of bigger and better things 
to come that evening. But most of the 
spectators realized the tremendous effort 
and hard work the boys were putting into 
their brief hour on the court. The cheers 
of the crowd grew louder as the sopho- 
more cheerleaders jumped and kicked 
and clapped with eager emotion. The 
bleachers were packed now, and tension 
was mounting. The final buzzer — the 
J.V.'s had won, and a happy cheer 
bounced around the gym. The sopho- 
mores had set a happy, confident, win- 
ning mood for the varsity game to follow. 
And everybody was hoping the varsity 
could do as fine a job as these speedy, 
spirited J.V.'s. 



Smith catches a Shaw man off guard. 




J.V.'s find ballet techniques useful on the basketball floor. 




250 





TEAM 


RECORD 




EUCLID 


44 


Chagrin Falls 


30 


EUCLID 


51 


Wickliffe 


42 


EUCLID 


53 


Garfield Heights 


49 


EUCLID 


58 


Shaker Heights 


44 


EUCLID 


73 


Parma 


58 


EUCLID 


47 


Collinwood 


50 


EUCLID 


53 


St. Joseph 


55 


EUCLID 


51 


Lakewood 


46 


EUCLID 


55 


Shaw 


46 


EUCLID 


68 


Cleveland Heights 


62 


EUCLID 


64 


Brush 


55 


EUCLID 


55 


Shaker 


48 


EUCLID 


77 


Parma 


66 


EUCLID 


64 


Akron North 


55 


EUCLID 


56 


Lakewood 


59 


EUCLID 


60 


Painesville Harvey 


49 


EUCLID 


67 


Shaw 


61 


EUCLID 


61 


Cleveland Heights 


56 




1st Lake 


Erie League 






Wins— 15 


Losses — 3 






Even a football block does not halt Lanning's scoring drive. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL— Row 1: D. Maaswinkel, B. Reichenbach, C. Lanning, B. Palechek, D. Kaye. Row 2: J. Sebock, C. Leppert, 
T. Stoiber, J. Bartholomew, D. Wheeler. Row 3: R. Murphy, J. Carpenter, J. Kovach, T. Murphy, L. Smith. 





BOWLING TEAM— Row 1: J. Helmink, R. Karich, Sr.; W. Komito, P. Zebrowski. Row 2: G. Kozlevcar, D. Ha- 
bian, Sr.; G. Smith, Sr.; T. Kramer. Sr. 



Rudy Karich shows winning form. 




Thunk! The black ball hit the polished 
wood and rolled smoothly down the lane. 
Balancing precariously on one foot, the 
bowler watched the ball intently. It was as 
if his contortions could make the ball 
swerve from its appointed course. Sud- 
denly the pins tumbled wildly over and 
slid around in all directions. The familiar 
clatter of a strike echoed throughout the 
alley. Away the bowler strode, smiling; 
he had won the match for Euclid High. 
Our BOWLING team, as usual, was a 
good one, full of enthusiasm and talent. 
Most of the members had been bowling 
for years, and competition with other 
schools made their sport even more of a 
challenge — and more fun than ever. 





INDOOR TRACK— Row 1 : S. Berk, Sr.; J. Lakatosh, F. Hanes, Sr.; R. Francis, Sr.; G. O'Saben, Sr.; R. Chaunce. R. Ilg, Sr.; J. Smith, V. Petrovic, 
Sr. Row 2; A. Newman, J. Jerele. Sr.; J. Spencer, B. Klann, J. Cesa, H. Spivack, J. Peters, J. Zevnik, M, Geiger, J. Campbell. Row i; A. Beyer, B. 
Castrovinci, J. Hamilton, R, Preskar, D. Bailey, H. Faint, B, Fuchs, B. Sheppard, B. Gasper, R. Speel, B. Graus, Sr. Row 4: B. Fioritto, J. Hovan, 
C. Bayer, B. Rinas, C. Lamb, W. Pettek, W. Symonds, D. Bizely, R. Racker, L. Cardinale. Row 5: J. Sabath, B. Temple, B. Miller, R. Haller, G. 
Gorsha, Sr.; A. Wallace, C. Hayes, B. Green, J, Vidmar, B. Kovach, D. Gyongyos. Row 6: A. Bartko, Sr.; J. Orr, J. Matzelle, Sr.; R. Baitt, Sr.; T. 
Garzone, Sr.; T. McGill, A. Gronert, G. Engelke. 



Burk puts everything behind the shot. 




"Jump . . . jump . . . lift that leg higher . . . jump!" 
Down the hall the hurdler raced, the thunder of his 
pounding feet echoing throughout the school. The ad- 
vice and encouragement of the coach ringing in his ears, 
the runner squeezed that last burst of energy from his 
straining muscles. From the heights of the third floor to 
the depths of the basement the INDOOR TRACK 
TEAM was practicing. Among the spiders and dripping 
pipes of the track more trackmen were racing. It took 
tricky maneuvering to keep from running into a wall, 
for the turns were sharp. But despite the dangers, the 
trackmen kept at it; and deep down beneath the earth, 
they almost literally ran like the devil. 



253 



Either scholastic honor or athletic abil- 
ity is enough to satisfy the aims of most 
high school students. To those select boys 
who balanced sports and scholarship 
went the respected honor of N.A.S.S. 
membership. Besides his skill in the class- 
room and on the field, each N.A.S.S. 
member had the courtesy and sportsman- 
ship which won respect and admiration 
from his fellow students. 

The big gold "E" embossed on the 
boy's sweater identified him as a member 
of the LETTERMAN'S CLUB. His pride 
in being one of the Panthers made him 
stand a little taller and walk with a spring 
in his step. The bright gold symbolized 
pride, of course; but before the pride came 
hard work and sweat. On the day his name 
was called in assembly, he knew that his 
sacrifices and sore muscles had been re- 
warded. 




NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY— Row I: T. Young, A. Shina- 
gawa, J. Schael. Row 2: J. Proudfoot, J. Spenko. Row 3: D. Lonchar, F. Hanes. Row 4: 
N. Angene, C. Crone. Row 5: D. Stevenson, R. Chaunce, M. Dane. Row 6: B. Fuchs, T. 
Davis, E. Orazen. 



LETTERMEN'S CLUB— Row 1: G. Dackor, T. McGill, R. Speel. J. Batch, S. Gebe, H. Qebb, J. James, G. Fowler, 
M. Sikora, B. Yabroff, J. Bartos. Row 2: K. Krivok. H. Faint, F. Hanes, J. Beres, D. Novak, T. Krauss, B. Attamante, B. 
Gasper, K. Gortz, E. Francis. Row 3: K. Buda, D. Sprochi, D. Colbow, R. Vidmar, R. Chaunce, J. Jerele, G. Huebner, 
R. Bowen, C. Crone, B. Miller, T. Baker, D. Lonchar. Row 4: B. Nowacek. D. Mason, C. Ehinger, O. DeMarco, S. 
Berk, T. Rankin, A. Shinagawa, P. Jackson, B. Dixon, M. Orazen, J. Proudfoot, G. Hager, L. Kogan, R. Francis, D. 
Ehas. Row 5: T. Gron, L. Burgin, D. Stevenson, J. Kurti, P. Maskunas, J. Gessic, B. Fuchs, E. Proster, C. Terranova, D. 
Andrulis, B. Sheppard, D. Gillespie, B. Klann, H. David, K. Malchow. D. Jones, J. Campana. L. Schneider, T. Davis. 





ATHLETIC BOARD— Row 1 : A. Vaccariello, R. Addis. 
Thompson, C. Owens, B. Graham, C. Swackhamer. 



R. Keay. Row 2: D. Mohr, H. Daugherty, V. Resch, J. Bergem, Row 3: F. Pringle, D. 




Money, money, money. Vacc sat hunched in his tiny 
cubicle counting, counting, trying to balance the books. 
Into the night the ATHLETIC BOARD worked, co- 
ordinating the many sports, setting up schedules, 
choosing dates and times. The scoreboards, the sports 
publicity, the season passes and tickets were a tiny but 
important facet of the sports season. Mr. Keay and the 
Athletic Board worked hard to make every sport a 
success. 



255 




Dancing feet and swirling splotches of 
color. A fiddle alive with music and a 
spontaneous burst of excited applause. 
The Vikings of Norway were performing 
at Euclid, and they had as much fun as the 
delighted audience who watched. Later 
came the smooth, practiced singing of the 
Choral Masters at Christmas. And their 
rich, strong voices were both joyous and 
reverent as the Benediction moved a rapt 
audience. At last came the Student Coun- 
cil campaign assembly, the sports and 
honors ASSEMBLIES, and the rousing 
cry of "Seniors first!" 



Spirit, pep, and a pride in their team. 



258 





The Norwegian dancers entertained us at an assembly. 




Kathi was head over heels about the EUCLIDIAN assembly. 





The auditorium was filled. The audience sat and 
talked quietly among themselves, waiting for the curtain 
to rise. But backstage, none sat and chatted calmly. The 
atmosphere was rather a chaotic mess, as the cast hur- 
ried back and forth looking for costume accessories, 
touching up make-up, scrutinizing the script for a final 
review. As the orchestra started the opening strains of 
the overture for the FALL PLAY, Damn Yankees, the 
cast hurried to their places for the opening scene. Many 
whispered, "Break a leg," the good luck greeting of show 
business. As the curtain fell at the end of the last scene, 
those last minute worries need never have been. The 
play was successful and almost perfect. But more than 
this, those critics for whom the cast was playing, the 
audience, loved the whole show. 




Run, Joe. run! 



Two lost souls? 



Sure. I'm receiving formal. 





You've gotta have heart! 



Oh, the devil with you. 




CAST 

JOE BOYD Frank Hadfield 

MEG BOYD Charlene Cradis 

MR. APPLEGATE Pat Dickey 

SISTER Mary Gault 

DORIS Linda Jerabeck 

JOE HARDY Bill Boyton 

HENRY Dan Geddes 

SOHOVIK John Bengston 

SMOKEY Lee Brewster 

LINVILLE Bob Leber 

BENNY VAN BUREN Larry Singer 

ROCKY Joe Odda 

LOWE Jim Flowers 

MICKEY Bill Pugh 

VERNON Dennis Miller 

GLORIA THORPE Jo Ann Gornik 

LYNCH Dave Mansperger 

MR. WELCH Neil Lauter 

LOLA Connie Mullins 

MISS WESTON Jan Vukcevic 

WESTON'S ASSISTANT Wendy Lucas 

THE COMMISSIONER Jim Zimmerman 

MR. HAWKINS, the Postmaster Joe Weible 

FAN CLUB MEMBERS Wendy Lucas, Jon 

Boyton, Pam Krueger, Paula Bauer, Cathy 
Yane, and Rich Custard 

REPORTERS Ken Ricket and 

Tom Nowacek 

GUARD Fred Fleck 

POPCORN MAN Dennis Miller 

HAREM GIRL Kathy Baker 

CHORUS: Mark Hobzek, Fred Fleck, Tom No- 
wacek. Dave Mansperger, Randy Vidmar, 
Jim Flowers, Don Vargo, Ken Ricket, Tom 
Russ, Peg Brancae, Becky Daugherty, Sar- 
ah Ralls, Barbara Schmitt, Linda Foy, 
Penny Freed, Laurene Kytle, Peg Bizzarri, 
Shanna Doley, and Janet Stillinger. 



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I hope I get this dress done before the dance. 



To many of us, HOMECOMING weekend meant 
wagons, wood, and nails; crepe paper, which we could 
not find in blue or yellow in all of Euclid; chicken wire, 
which we managed to buy in the wrong size; needles, 
which punctured our fingers in our effort to sew the 
masterpiece together; sleep, losing so much as we 
worked until all hours of the morning; homework, our 
not being prepared for classes; pride, seeing our float in 
its precarious but glorious finished form. Homecoming 
also meant the traditional bonfire with cheers, snake 
dance, and cremation of the dummy. The cheerleaders 
aroused spirit in the crowd as they led them in victory 
cheers, and the majorettes performed to the music of 
the pep band. To climax the evening the team shouted 
encouragement to captain Ed Orazen as he predicted 
the fate of Shaker by sending the dummy to its roasting 




J0&&&&L'? 



Last rites for the Homecoming dummy. 



Braving the heat with a smile. 



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Shaker went to blazes. 



HOMECOMING NOMINEES— Row 1: J. Nada, C. Jankowich, D. Hunston. Row 2: P. Flaler, 
G. Nosan, K. Schmidt, K. Coros, M. Randazzo, D. Paul. Row 3: M. Church, J. Feith, D. Boehlke, 
C. Kerestes, N. Mijacek, S. Calvert. 





Hard work on display. 

At the Homecoming game many smiling hello's rang out as friend 
met friend. It was the weekend for alumni, the first weekend for many 
of Euclid's students to return home and see old friends. At half time 
the floats, the result of many hard hours of creative planning and build- 
ing, paraded by. The students waited eagerly for the announcement of 
the winners, and cheered loudly for Key Club's first place float, "I Get 
A Kick Out of You." At the traditional dance the following evening, 
the students warmly received the radiant queen, Juanita Nada, and 
her court. Many were sad as the dance ended, knowing that also ended 
was HOMECOMING, 1960. 




Guess who wears glasses. 





Beauty on parade. 




A radiant queen brought an end to a wonderful weekend. 



THE 1960 HOMECOMING COURT— Seated left to right: J. Feith, K. Coros, J. Nada, G. Nos- 
an, C. Kerestes. Standing left to right: D. Stevenson, K. Zust, E. Orazen, S. Gebe, T. Davis. 




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GLORIA NOSAN, Senior Attendant 



KATHY COROS, Senior Attendant 





JEANNE FEITH, Junior Attendant 



CHARLOTTE KERESTES, Sophomore Attendant 



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Our beautiful 1960 Homecoming Queen, JUANITA NADA 



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SUPPLEMENT 




Raimor Studio 

750 East 185 Street 
IV 1-1166 




Compliments of 

BING'S FURNITURE 

'Where Price and Quality Meet" 

22300 Lake Shore Boulevard 
AN 1-0800 



ALAN'S BEAUTY SALON 



629 East 185 Street 
IV 1-7553 

Teen Time 3:00 to 9:00 Thursday 
Reduced Rate 



PHILLIP JULES CO. 



22358 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 1-1556 



"Best wishes to the Class 1961' 



BEACHLAND PHARMACY 



20010 Lake Shore Boulevard 
KE 1-0631 




"Tom Baker is admiring the sweater tried on by Ken Zust" 

RICK'S MEN'S SHOP 

22572 Lake Shore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio 

270 



AN 1-1441 




'There Is a Material Difference" 



DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY 

1420 DILLE ROAD EUCLID, OHIO 



Euclid's Only Lumber Yard 



KE 1-0592 



Lumber — Plywood — Flooring 



Shingles — Doors and Windows 



Compliments of 

WATERWASH HARDWARE 

345 East 200 Street Euclid 19, Ohio 

KE 1-1956 



RICHMOND BEVERAGETOWN 

213 Richmond Road 
Richmond Heights, Ohio 



OHIO HONING 
& 
HYDRAULIC 

23800 St. Clair Avenue 



Euclid, Ohio 



RE 1-5700 



Compliments of 

MELDEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

696 East 185 Street 

Your neighborhood shopping center 

Shoes, Dry Goods, and Furnishings 
for all the family 

IV 1-1116 



RE 1-9010 




Delicious fried chicken is only one of the good things 

Bonnie Adams and Ann Zeravica find at 

EUCLID DELICATESSEN. 



EUCLID DELICATESSEN 



365 East 200 Street 
IV 6-1076 







Congratulations to the 


For the finest in 




Compliments of 


1961 Graduating Class of 


quality jewelry and 
graduation gifts 






Euclid Senior High School 


visit 


Congratulations 








to the class of 1961 












LAKESHORE 


WOLKOV 






MACHINE 


JEWELERS 




EUCLID 


COMPANY 






MOVING 




Keepsake and 
Art Carved 




and 




Diamond Rings 
All nationally 


BASCH'S 


STORAGE INC. 




advertised watches 


EUCLID'S LEADING 








JEWELERS 




1340 East 222 Street 


707 East 185 Street 






IV 6-1515 


IV 1-4885 


22780 Lake Shore 








Boulevard 
Euclid 23, Ohio 














RE 1-3132 


LOCAL and 


JAY DEE 


STROUD 




LONG DISTANCE 


CLEANERS 


AWNINGS 

Complete Awning 
Service Since 1910 


Featuring A merica's 


2460A Hartland Avenue 




Canvas — A luminum 
Fiberglass 


Finest Nationally 


Euclid 23, Ohio 


921 East 222 Street 




Known Jewelry 


RE 1-6633 


RE 1-7060 




Merchandise 






15511 Waterloo Road 
IV 1-0066 




ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



"World's Largest Manufacturer 
Of Stamped One-Piece Pulleys" 

Euclid 17, Ohio 
KE 1-8005 



EUCLID POULTRY 

Live and Fresh- 
Dressed Poultry 



JOHNSTON DRUG COMPANY 



HOWARD BAKER 

549 East 185 Street 
KE 1-8187 



560 East 200 Street 
IV 6-2744 




BRADFORD PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Precision Lapping 
To Perfect Light Band & Micro Finish 



19600 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-8000 



m 

m 




JET DIE AND 
DEVELOPMENT CO. 



Of 



MILLER'S 
BEAUTY 
SALON 



22480 
Shore Center Drive 

Above 
Giant Tiger 

RE 1-9358 



EAST 200th 
HARDWARE 



673 East 200 Street 

(New Location) 

Euclid 19, Ohio 

IV 1-8448 



CHANDLER PRECISION 

CAPSCREWS 

produced to your exact 

specifications from high 

carbon, alloy and stainless steels. 

CHANDLER PRODUCTS 
CORP. 

1491 Chardon Road IV 1-4400 

Cleveland 17, Ohio 



TARANTINO BROTHERS INC. 



17614 St. Clair Avenue 



IV 1-0344 



AJAX 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



1441 Chardon Road 

Euclid, Ohio 

KE 1-1010 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1961 



MIDWEST SCREW 
PRODUCTS, INC. 



1641 Coit Avenue 
Cleveland 12, Ohio 
LI 1-2224 



274 



Compliments of 




EUCLID NEWS JOURNAL 




GL 1-4383 814 East 152 Street 




LUIKART INSURANCE AGENCY, 




INC. 


Compliments of 


18609 St. Clair Avenue 




KE 1-4770 






a friend 


Compliments of 




CLARK FOODS 




AN 1-1428 632 East 222 Street 




Compliments of 




ROLLERDROME BARBER SHOP 




22480 Shore Center Drive 




(Next to Giant Tiger) 




AN 1-1025 





ADRIAN & CONTI 

BEAUTY 

INSTITUTE 



734 EUCLID AVENUE 
MA 1-7886 




CRAIG & SHERMAN 
INSURANCE CONSULTANTS 

22070 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 2-9191 




liny 

Students view fine craftsmanship at P. O. McINTIRE CO. 

P. O. McINTIRE CO. 

Pomco Boring Bars and Blades 
25020 Lakeland Boulevard 

Cleveland 32, Ohio 

RE 1-9300 



Compliments of 

JOSEPH MERSEK & SONS 
BUILDERS 

1781 East 238 Street 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-1674 



Compliments of 

GLASCOTE PRODUCTS, INC. 

20900 St. Clair Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 
KE 1-0670 



CLAYTON'S OFFICE SUPPLY 

and 

PRINTING, INC. 

School Supplies 

Wedding Announcements 

Complete Printing Services 

Negatives and Plates 



756 East 222 Street 
AN 1-2450 




imt'li I 3 



Curt Freed is selecting one of the many record albums at 
RECORD CARNIVAL, INC. 



Compliments of 

RECORD CARNIVAL, INC. 

26159 Euclid Avenue 
AN 1-1589 



21 100 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-4333 



PAPP'S BODY SHOP 



ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY 
COMPANY 



277 



20000 St. Clair Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 
KE 1-6000 




Jean Dragolic ponders over the selection of a ring at 
FRIEDMAN JEWELERS. 

FRIEDMAN JEWELERS 

22312 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 1-0800 




Charlene Cradis, Pat Dreifort, and Carol Shenkel admire 
blossoms in IRENE'S FLORAL DESIGNS. 

IRENE'S FLORAL DESIGNS 



265 East 305 Street 



Shoregate 



WH 3-4048 



BYRNE-TIFFANY 
HOUSE OF QUALITY 








FURNITURE APPLIANCES CARPETING 



5404 Superior Avenue 

Cleveland 3, Ohio 

EN 1-5195 



BENTON 
VILLAGE 

NTt Sk SPRINGS 

V INC. 

MANAGERS 

• I SUPESIYrrAflU 




BATES & SPRINGER, INC. 

3101 Euclid Avenue 
RE 1-4829 



Compliments of 



TREBEC 
EXCAVATING 



571 East 200 Street 



IV 1-1000 



Phonograph Records 



Radio and T.V. Repair 



HERB 
FITZGERALD 

635 East 185 Street 
KE 1-1313 



Closed Circuit 
Television Systems 

Communications 




FASHIONS FOR YOUNG ME I. 




Denny Drummond shows Steve Barta a fine leather jacket at 
GORNIK'S. 



GORNIK'S 

22340 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 1-2151 




There's always room for one more in a Corvair Greenbrier at JACKSHAW CHEVROLET. 

JACKSHAW CHEVROLET 



543 East 185 Street 



IV 1-9090 



279 




"Best Wishes to the Class of '61" From G. Banko 
CLEVELAND TOOL & DIE COMPANY 

30510 Lakeland Boulevard 
WH 4-2900 



SHEET METAL PRODUCTS CO. 

INC. 



21200 St. Clair Avenue 



KE 1-1960 



280 




PRESSURE 
CASTINGS 

21500 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-5400 




Jack and Sara inspect the precision work of PRESSURE CASTINGS. 

281 




KERR-LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES, 
INC. 

Screw Machine Products 

21850 St. Clair Avenue 
Euclid 17, Ohio KE 1-8380 




Car receives cleansing bubble bath at 
LAKE SHORE AUTO WASH. 



LAKE SHORE AUTO WASH 

A uto Washing and Polishing 

22701 Shore Center Drive 
RE 1-7177 



TYPING 
SUPPLIES 

HERE 




Remember, you can get Almost anything at the BOOKSTORE. 



282 



EUCLID SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

22818 Lake Shore Boulevard RE 2-9090 



KAPEL REALTY 

25000 Euclid Avenue RE 1-0400 



THE EUCLID HEAT TREATING CO. 



1408 East 222 Street IV 1-8444 



CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE COMPANY 

1220 East 222 Street Cleveland 17, Ohio 

IV 1-6600 



THE LUBRIZOL 
CORPORATION 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 

THE EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING 

CLASS OF '61 



283 




EATO 




MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS 

for all 

MAJOR INDUSTRIES 

for 

HALF- A- CENTURY 



General Offices: Cleveland, Ohio 

TWENTY-THREE DIVISIONS AND SUBSIDIARIES 

LOCATED IN 
TWENTY CITIES 



284 




"Euclid's First and Only 



Beauty College" 



22741 Shore Center Drive 



RE 1-8668 




EUCLIDIAN 
BEAUTY COLLEGE 







285 




SPIRIT'S 



TONY SPENA SOHIO SERVICE 

BRING YOUR CAR 
UP TO PAR 

26102 Chardon Road 
RE 1-9744 

We give Eagle stamps 



TEMPLE CLEANERS & TAILORS 

PERSONALIZED 
DRY CLEANING SERVICE 



395 East 200 Street 
IV 1-8413 



TED BROCK, 
JEWELER 

WATCH REPAIRS 
SPECIALISTS IN 
TEEN JEWELRY 

3-91 East 200 Street 




KE 1-5035 



Compliments 



CLUB 



of 



G. A. A. 



Compliments 
of 

FULTON, DELAMOTTE, LARSON & NASSAU 



EX 1-5522 



6014 Euclid Avenue 
Cleveland 3, Ohio 




Compliments of 



PAUL J. EVERSON 

REALTOR 



RE 1-6200 



Insurance 



Lake Shore Boulevard At 
East 242 Street 
Euclid 23, Ohio 




AMERICAN 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26650 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 
RE 1-9333 




287 




INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF 
BEAUTY CULTURE 



5470 Mayfield Road 
HI 2-4200 



288 



Compliments of 



GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 



Lamp Division 



Lamp Metals & Components Department 



21800 Tungsten Road 



Euclid, Ohio 



RE 1-5050 




Penny and Nancy admire flowers at 
TUTHILL'S CANTEBURY FLORIST. 



TUTHILL'S CANTEBURY FLORIST 

"Euclid's Oldest Florist" 

557 East 185 Street 
KE 1-6810 




Lynn Crobaugh Prepares for a Summer of Fun at 
WILDWOOD MARINE COMPANY 



WILDWOOD MARINE CO. 

16820 Lake Shore Boulevard 
IV 6-1310 



Euclid 19, Ohio 



ADAM'S MEAT MARKET 



IV 1-2386 



520 East 200 Street 
We Deliver 



KNAFEL SHORE MARKET 

20070 Lake Shore Boulevard IV 1-441 1 



NORTHEASTERN OHIO JACOBSEN SALES & SERVICE, INC. 



29950 Lakeland Boulevard 



Wickliffe, Ohio 



WH 4-4737 



Ambulance Service Euclid Rotarian 

MURRAY P. NICOL, Funeral Director 

Owner of 

C. N. DAVIS FUNERAL HOME 

19001 Nottingham Road KE 1-0747 



Good Luck to the Graduates of 1961 



THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. 

Euclid's Paint Manufacturers 



1150 East 222 Street 



KE 1-0710 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 

'61 

LAKE SHORE ELECTRIC CORPORATION 



Bedford, Ohio 



205 Willis Street 
BE 2-0200 



290 



CONGRATULATIONS TO* 
THE GRADUATING CLASS 

CARL A. JONKE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

22700 Shore Center Drive 
RE 1-8400 



Compliments of 

THE F. HOHLFELDER COMPANY 

26470 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 
RE 1-7400 




EUCLID-RACE 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 

503 East 200 Street 
IV 1-4700 




Sincere Best Wishes 

Euclid High Seniors 'L. 




STAN MINOTAS 



TOMORROW'S 




mMww ■ 






LEADERS 




PRACC< 

* A BUREAU PE36NED TO Bl 




BUSINESS' 



KEENER PRINTING BUILDING 
401 EAST 200TH STREET EUCLID 18, OHIO 



INTO YOUR FUTURE 





Public transport borrows 
ideas from American MonoRail 

Someday you may ride to work this way because public 
transport officials borrow from efficient handling methods 
developed by American MonoRail engineers. 
For over thirty years all kinds of materials have moved on 
monorail tracks in nearly every industry— and beginning with 
hand pushed carriers, today's developments include systems 
that are completely automatic from pick-up to deposit. 
Heavy— bulky— hard to handle loads travel quickly, safely 
and directly to their destination— through the air. Only the 
research and experience of American MonoRail engineers 
make this equipment possible. 



ENGINEERED MATERIALS HANDLING 



1111 EAST 200lh STREET CLEVELAND 17. OHIO 




AMERICAN 
MONORAIL 



DIVISIONS: Conveyor Division, Tipp City, Oh io - Can ad i an Monorail Co., Ltd., Gait. Ont. 



292 




SKI-WAY MACHINE PRODUCTS 



24460 Lakeland Boulevard 



RE 2-9000 



STAR BLOCK 
AND BUILDER'S SUPPLY 



30150 Lakeland Boulevard 

Wickliffe, Ohio 

WH 3-2111 



ST- 3f i 



'(.<■■■ H 




Many of the nicest homes are built by: 



L. M. GUNDERSEN 

13111 Shaker Square 
SK 1-3131 




NON-FERROUS 

METALS 

FABRICATING CO. 

+ 



25861 Tungsten Road 
RE 2-7171 



Dick Hasher and Art Hach inspect a machine at NON-FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO. 



293 




Jllllh. 



"because I demand quality 



PRECISION OPTICAL 



22580 Lake Shore Boulevard 



AN 1-1166 



294 






Compliments of 






MODEL 


JL 


W. T. GRANT 


FOOD MARKET 


■^ 


22574 Lake Shore Boulevard 




| 1 




Proprietors: Florian 


26W Bd Avenvk 


THE MODERN CREDIT WAY 


& Marie Koncar 


»Ohio| 


to shop . . . designed 




T\ f 


to make family 




^\r 


budgeting easier . . . 


445 East 200th St. 






KE 1-7447 


AN 1-1748 




LETTERPRESS 




NOW . . . 




Compliments 


"Charge it Plans" 


VOGUE 


of the 




Printing Company 


1961 EUCUYO 


1. 30 day charge account with option terms 

2. Credit Coupons Account 


Commeaciat and* ^jab =AAcnfcnq 




3. Special Account 


618 East 185 Street 






JOHN HULT 


Euclid's finest 


RE 2-7222 


IV 6-D5B5 


literary 
magazine 



PERAAES 



720 East 152 Street 

Cleveland 10, Ohio 

UL 1-2525 



"A Style Crest Store" 



Furniture 



Appliances 



Carpet 



Televisions 



WESTERN & SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



18233 Euclid Avenue 



KE 1-5775 




SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED 



113 East 185 Street 
IV 1-7800 



6235 St. Clair Avenue 
AN 1-1200 



25000 Euclid Avenue 
HE 1-5670 



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VS Mil HJflCI 

, , , , < <f ■• — — r-r — — 



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BODYS 



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COMPLIMENTS 

of 

BRENNAN'S AUTO SERVICE 

11735 Euclid Avenue 
SW 5-3305 



Congratulations and Good Luck 
from the 

CHARTERHOUSE MOTOR HOTEL 



24800 Euclid Avenue 
AN 1-0300 



STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS 

4- 

// you are interested in any 

merchandise or demonstration 

call Betty Barnes ...RE 1-1090 



Congratulations to the 1961 Graduating Class 

CLEVELAND HOBBING & MACHINE CO. 

13111 ChardonRoad 
KE 1-5240 



297 




Kathy and Alice like the latest fashions. 

MODERN DEB 

SPORTSWEAR CO-ORDINATES 



22822 Lake Shore Boulevard 



RE 2-9299 




Linda Leybeck plans to improve her grades by using 
a typewriter at AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 



AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 

25501 Euclid Avenue 
AN 1-2525 





CARPET- RITE CO. 



25455 Euclid Avenue 
RE 1-3540 



John and Henry view the most modern equipment at HI CARB. 

HI CARB CORPORATION 

1055 East 260 Street 
AN 1-0200 



AUTO BODY SUPPLIES 



Everything for the Body Shop 



2808 Shaw Avenue 
Cleveland 8, Ohio 
GL 1-3400 



Chas. J. Schmidt 




COIFFURES BY JOHN 

21944 Lake Shore Boulevard 
AN 1-2411 




MARIO'S FLOWER AND 
GARDEN CENTER 

18245 Euclid Avenue 
IV 1-9292 




THE EUCLID 



Key Club 



EXTENDS BEST WISHES 



TO THE GRADUATING 



CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



And Our Heartfelt Good Wishes for Every 



Possible Success in Your Future 



Careers and Private Lives as Well 



Compliments of 



ADDRESSOGRAPH - 
MULTIGRAPH 

CORP. 



RE 1-8000 



Compliments of 



LACO DIE CASTING COMPANY 



23440 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-6600 



CARL J. NEWMAN 

Mason Contractor 



450 Lloyd Road 
RE 1-2705 




Compliments of 

BETHANDALE CORP. 

24040 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-4394 



BROOKS HEATING & 
SHEET METAL CO. 

"Over 20 Years Experience" 

370 East 250 Street 
RE 1-2997 



SHORE WINDOW SHADE 
COMPANY 



900 East 222 Street 
RE 2-7443 




Flowers for all occasions may be found at 

BIG BOUQUET FLORIST 

480 East 200 Street 
IV 6-4343 



THE AUSTIN COMPANY 

DESIGNERS - ENGINEERS - BUILDERS 
STEEL FABRICATING DIVISION 



1245 East 222 Street 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

EV 2-6600 



Compliments of 



DEMSHAR'S 



22034 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 1-4770 




Compliments of 



THE 
GERL EXCAVATING 



CO. 



23600 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-0077 



ED WANK TELEVISION SERVICE 
COMPANY, INC. 



398 East 200 Street 



KE 1-1222 



Euclid's Oldest Television Service Company 



NEISNER BROTHERS 
INCORPORATED 



700 East 185 Street 



KE 1-3520 



1 1 : 



FOREST CITY 
MATERIAL COMPANY 



17903 St. Clair Avenue 



KE 1-6600 




Compliments of 



LAKE 
FURNITURE, INC. 

"Everything for the Home" 
"We Meet All Prices" 



855 East 222 Street 
RE 2-7616 

Stan Erzen 
Owner 



NATIONWIDE 

ADVERTISING 

SERVICE 



610 Investment 
Ins. Bldg. 



TO 1-3787 



BILLS 



PURE OIL STATION 



905 East 185 Street 



IV 1-9614 



ST. CLAIR 
CUT STONE, INC. 

Everything in Natural Stone 

FIREPLACES - SILLS 

LANDSCAPING - STEPS 

PATIOS - WALLS 



19507 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-2442 



Compliments of 



WEAN EQUIPMENT 



CORPORATION 



22800 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 



RE 1-7000 




RADIX WIRE CO. 



26260 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-9191 



303 




Carnations and roses from WILDWOOD FLORAL AND GIFT 
SHOPPE make a fragrant corsage for Eileen Glenn. 

WILDWOOD FLORAL AND 
GIFT SHOPPE 

20020 Lake Shore Boulevard 
IV 1-3215 



4 Barbers 



SHORE CENTER 
BARBER SHOP 

22746 Shore Center Drive 
air conditioning — T.V. — ample parking 

AN 1-2066 



Complete Printing Service 



ACTIVITIES PRESS INC. 



22700 Shore Center Avenue 

Euclid, Ohio 
AN 1-1100 




Euclid graduates may be employed at the FORSBERG ENAMELING COMPANY in the making and 
selling of fine enamel products. 

FORESBERG ENAMELING CO. 

5103 Lakeside 

EX 1-9269 
304 







Compliments of 

SUPREME 
GARAGE 



Anthony J. 
Schiavoni 



12311 Woodland 
Avenue 

SW 1-9269 



Compliments of 

LYDIA'S 
BEAUTY 
SALON 



proprietor 
Mrs. Harry Berntson 



26640 Lake Shore 
Boulevard 

AN 1-0240 



For Complete Design Service 

AEROMOTIVE DESIGNERS, INC. 

580 East 200 Street 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 
IV 6-3131 




OMPANY 



Office: 444 East 200 Street 

Euclid 19, Ohio 

KE 1-1221 



One Stop Car Care 



30 Years Experience 



GLEN CUTLER, INC. 

6908 Euclid Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 

specializing in Chrysler products 
complete body repair and painting - 24 hour towing - anything your car requires 



Days: UT 1-8686 



Nights: UT 1-8625 




23776 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-3300 



Good Luck 
Class of '6 1 



DRENIK BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTING, INCORPORATED 



JOHN DRENIK, 
President 



305 



PATRONS 

OF THE 1961 EUCLIDIAN 



Dr. Don A. Crawford 

Dr. Philip O'Brien 

Dr. Edward K. Hahn 

Dr. Elwood P. Sawitke 

Dr. William D. Grant 

Dr. Robert F. McGonagle 

Dr. Howard A. Nelson, Jr. 

Drs. Keating, Weigle, and Meaney 

Dr. Lloyd N. Hollander 
Dr. Robert C. Waltz 
Dr. Edward E. Drake 
Dr. Louis J. Perme 
Dr. William J. Renner 
Dr. R. John Stahl 
Dr. Harry W. Wise 
Dr. William Schiffman 
Dr. Raymond Hiller 
Dr. Carl W. Rotter 
Dr. S. H. Makman 
Dr. Jorge Medina 
Dr. Henry Sloan 
Dr. Francis Berthold 




VENUS Y-TEENS 




AURORA Y-TEENS 




HAMILTON 

MOLD 

AND 

MACHINE, INC. 



25016 
Lakeland Boulevard 

RE 2-8200 



EUCLID IGNITION 



SALES 



AND 
SERVICE 



1062 East 185 Street 



IV 1-2222 



EUCLID CITY 

PLUMBING 

SERVICE 



23745 
Lake Shore Boulevard 

RE 2-7090 



PANTHER 
DINER 



768 East 222 Street 

(Across from Euclid High) 

RE 1-9775 




A young industry in Euclid is the T. J. MURNICK COMPANY where special machine parts are made. 

T. J. MURNICK MFG., INC. 



1081 East 260 Street 

RE 2-7050 

307 



WITH EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE CLASS OF 1961 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



MAYOR 

JUDGE, MUNICIPAL COURT 
LAW DIRECTOR 
ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR 
FINANCE DIRECTOR 
SERVICE DIRECTOR 
PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL 
1st WARD COUNCILMAN 
2nd WARD COUNCILMAN 
3rd WARD COUNCILMAN 
4th WARD COUNCILMAN 

COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 

Anthony Sustarsic 
Frank Welling 



Kenneth J. Sims 

William F. Burns 

John F. Ray, Jr. 

Michael A. Spino 

Anthony B. Baldwin 

Walter Nason 

Harry J. Knuth 

Willard Schutt 

Anthony J. Lang 

Max Gerl 

Helge V. Erickson 

Charles W. Wade 
Joseph Whalen 



CHIEF OF POLICE 
FIRE CHIEF 



Ernest C. Peters 
George R. Langa 




308 




Compliments of 

SEMBRIC-CONSOLO 
BUILDING COMPANY 



4939 Clubside Road 
EV 2-5745 MO 2-6762 



Compliments of 

EUCLID LAWN GARDEN 
EQUIPMENT, INC. 

Fertilizer — Seed 



764 East 222 Street 



RE 2-8881 




WILLIAMS MUSIC SHOP 

"MUSIC AND 

EDUCATION 

ARE 

SYNONYMOUS" 



897 East 222 Street 



RE 2-8666 



HILL WOOD 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



21700 St. Clair Avenue 
KE 1-4040 



LAKELAND BODY & PAINT SHOP 

Expert Auto Repairs and Painting 



RE 1-9006 



1310 East 260 Street 



FLICKINGER, INC. 



Bear Wheel Alignment and Balancing 
Raybestos Bonded Brakes 



939 East 222 Street 



RE 1-7100 



G0LL 



rami inc 

RE-F1N1SHDJC 
STAHON/ 



24180 Lakeland Boulevard 



RE 1-3299 




Joan Harper admires flowers at TRIANGLE FLORIST. 

TRIANGLE FLORIST 

18604 St. Clair 
KE 1-8479 



HUDSON 
PHARMACY 



Wheel Chairs 

Canes 

Crutches 

Walkers 

RENTED AND SOLD 



922 East 222 Street 
RE 2-7066 



FRED KRAUSS 
GARAGE 



1570 Dille Road 
KE 1-3874 



Compliments of 



THE REPLAC CORPORATION 



21830 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-4680 



Compliments of 

BOWSHOT, COOPER 
AND O'DONNELL 

Engineers 



19571 Roseland 
IV 6-1550 



LASALLE CLEANERS AND DYERS 



Pick-up and delivery service 



835 East 185 Street Cleveland 19, Ohio 



KE 1-3658 



Sincere Best Wishes to the 

Graduates of 1961 

from 

MARIO'S PIZZA 

26159 Euclid Avenue Euclid, Ohio 

AN 1-0665 





ALVIN # S JEWELERS 



690 East 185 Street 



IV 1-4104 



Euclid students took pride in their Senior keys. 



EUCLID 

BLUE PRINT 

& SUPPLY 



908 East 222 Street 



RE 1-4662 



Compliments 
of 

WILKE 
HARDWARE 



809 East 222 Street 



RE 1-7070 



Compliments of 



SIMS BROS. BUICK 



18781 Lake Shore Boulevard 
IV 6-0600 



Compliments of 



LOUIS HAIR STYLISTS 



20030 Lake Shore Boulevard 
IV 1-3775 




Everyone turned out to make the Homecoming Float a success. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



A center of student activity: 



Christmas Baskets for the Needy 
Paperback Bookstore 
E Room Fountain Workers 
Basketball Concessions 
Wrestling Concessions 
Adoption of a Foster Child 



Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy 

Homecoming 

Spring Sports Dance 

Voters' Babysitting Service 

Cafeteria Music 

Get- Well Cards to Sick Students 



312 




Student octopus waits on a thirsty customer. 




Karen Tomko. organizer of the paperback bookstore and Laura Skomski look over its 

many selections. 




A center of student government: 



Identification Cards 

Assemblies 

Honor Study Halls 

Hall Guards 

Social Room Committee Rules and Policies 

Poster Placement 

Staggered Test Schedule 

Suggestion Box 

Lost and Found 

Mock Presidential Election 




313 







PAGE REALTY CO. 


I 


RICHMOND 


BREAKFAST 1 


Multiple Listing Service" 


LANES 


LUnCHEOn ■ 






«# fu^ ■ 


Realtors — Insurance 
Notary Public 






18 AMF Lanes 18 


ST§A* WMW ' ■ 


Appraisals 


Open Bowling 


1 




Fri. Sat. Sun. 


DinnER ■ 


Oscar B. & 


Lounge Bar 




Jean O. Page 




Realtors 




CHARLITE STEAK HOUSE 


455 East 200 Street 


26173 Euclid 






AN 1-1677 


22350 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE 1-1800 


KE 1-1030 IV 1-9800 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 








AERO 


EUCLID 


J. C. HOMER 


GRDINA 


WELDING CO. 




T.V. & RADIO 


HARDWARE 


Heli-Arc-Gas 
and Arc Welding 


WINDOW 








SHADE 


STEREO HI-FI 
TV RADIO 


22336 Lake Shore 


24180 Lakeland 






Boulevard 


Boulevard 


COMPANY 




Euclid, Ohio 


Euclid 23, Ohio 






RE 1-0403 


AN 1-2777 


505 East 185 Street 


528 East 200 Street 




Dick Zaferatos 


KE 1-4343 


IV 1-7991 


&S 



ADVERTISING INDEX 



A 

Activities Press, Inc. 304 

Adam's Meat Market 290 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp. 300 

Adrian & Conti Beauty Institute 276 

Aereomotive Designers, Inc. 305 

Aero Welding, Inc 314 

Ajax Manufacturing Co. 274 

Alan's Beauty Salon 270 

Alvin's Jewelers 3 1 1 

American Monorail 292 

American Stamping Co. 287 

American Typewriter Co 298 

Amster Co. 305 

Aurora Y-Teen 306 

Austin Co., The 302 

Auto Body Supplies 299 

B 

Basch's Jewelers 272 

Bates' & Springer, Inc 278 

Beachland Pharmacy 270 

Bethandale Corp 301 

Big Bouquet 301 

Bill's Pure Oil 303 

Bing's Furniture 270 

Bookstore 282 

Bowshot, Cooper & O'Donnell 310 

Bradford Products, Inc. 273 

Brennan's Auto Service 297 

Brooks Heating and Sheet Metal Co. 301 

Byrne-Tiffany 278 

C 

Carpet-Rite Co 298 

Chandler Products Corp 274 

Charlite Steak House 314 

Charterhouse Motor-Hotel 297 

Chesterfield Steel Service 283 

City Officials 308 

Clark's Food Store 275 

Clayton's Officer Supply & Printing, Inc. 277 

Cleveland Hobbing & Machine Co. . 297 

Cleveland Tool & Die Co 280 

Coiffures by John 299 

Continental Products "... 290 

Craig & Sherman Nationwide Insurance 276 

D 

C. N. Davis Funeral Home 290 

J. Demshar & Sons 302 

Dille Road Lumber Co '271 

Drenik Beverage Distributing, Inc. '305 

E 

East 200th Hardware . . .- 274 

Eaton Manufacturing Co 284 

Euclid Blueprint and Supply 311 

Euclid City Plumbing Service 307 

Euclid Delicatessen 271 

Euclid Heat Treating Co 283 

Euclid Ignition Sales & Serviec 307 

Euclid Key Club 300 

Euclid Lawn & Garden Equipment, Inc. 309 

Euclid Moving & Storage 272 

Euclid News-Journal 275 

Euclid Poultry Market 273 

Euclid Race Dairy 291 

Euclid Savings Association 283 

Euclid Window Shade Co. 314 

Euclidian Beauty College 285 

Eucuyo 295 

Everson Realty 287 



F 

Herb Fitzgerald 279 
Flickinger, Inc. '309 

Forest City Material Co. 302 

Forsberg Enameling Co. 304 

Friedman Jewelers 278 

Fulton, Dela Motte, Larson & Nassau 287 

G.A.A 286 

General Electric Co. 289 

Gerl Excavating Co.. Inc. 302 

Glascote Products, Inc 277 

Glen Cutler, Inc. 305 

Goller Body. Inc. 309 

Gornik's 279 

W. T. Grant 295 

Grdina Hardware 314 

L. M. Gundersen Co. 293 

Hamilton Mold & Machine, Inc. 307 

Hi Carb Corp. 298 

Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 309 

F. Hohlfelder Co., The 291 

J. C. Homer T.V. & Radio 314 

Hudson Pharmacy 310 

I 

International School of Beauty Culture 288 

Irene's Floral Designs 278 

J 

Jackshaw Chevrolet 279 

Jacobson Sales & Service 290 

C. A. Jonke, Insurance 291 

Jay Dee Cleaners 272 

Jet Die & Development Co. 273 

Johnston Sales, Inc. 273 

K 

Kapel Realty, Inc. 283 

Kerr-Lakeside Industries 282 

Knafel Shore Market ... 290 

Fred krauss Garage ... 310 

L 

Laco Die Casting Co. 301 

Lake Furniture, Inc. 303 

Lakeland Body & Paint Shop 309 

Lake Shore Auto Wash Co. 282 

Lake Shore Electric Corp 290 

Lake Shore Machinery . 272 

LaSalle Cleaners and Dyers . 310 

Louis Hair Stylists 311 

Lubrizol Corp 283 

Luikart Insurance Agency, Inc. 275 

Lydia's Beauty Salon 305 

M 

Mario's Florist 299 

Mario's Pizza 310 

P. O. Mclntire Co. 276 

Melden's Department Store 271 

Joseph Mersek & Sons, Builders 277 

Midwest Screw Products, Inc 274 

Miller's Beauty Salon 274 

Model Food Market 295 

Modern Deb 298 

N 

Nationwide Advertizing Service 303 

Neisner Brothers, Inc 302 

Newman, C. J 301 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. 293 

315 



O 

Ohio Honing & Hydraulic Co. 271 

P 

Page Realty, Inc. 314 

Panther Diner 307 

Papp's Body Shop 277 

Perme's 296 

Phillip Jules Co 270 

Praco, Inc. 291 

Precision Optical Co. 294 

Pressure Casting, Inc. 281 

Professional Patrons 306 

R 

Radix Wire Co. 303 

Raimor Studios 269 

Record Carnival, Inc. 277 

Replace Corp 310 
Richmond Beveragetown .271 

Richmond Lanes 314 

Rick's Men's Shop 270 

Rollerdrome Barber Shop 275 

Ruth's 295 

S 

Sembric-Consolo Building Co. 309 

Sheet Metal Products Co.. Inc. 280 

Shore Center Barber Shop 304 

Shore Window Shade .... 301 

Sims Brothers Buick 311 

Ski-Way Machine Co. 293 

Tony Spena Sohio Service ... 286 

Spirits 286 

St. Clair Builders Supply 277 

St. Clair Cut Stone, Inc. 303 

St. Clair Savings 296 

Stanley Home Products 297 

Star Block and Builders Supply 293 

Stroud Awnings 272 

Student Council 312 

Supreme Garage 305 

T 

Tarantino Brothers, Inc. 274 

Ted Brock, Jeweler 286 

Temple Cleaners 286 

T. J. Murnick Manufacturing Co. 307 

Trebec Excavating, Inc. 279 

Triangle Florist 310 

Tuthill's Canterbury Florist 289 

V 

Venus Y-Teen 306 

Vogue Printing 295 

W 

Ed. Wank T.V. Service. Inc. . 302 

Waterwash Hardware 271 

Wean Equipment Corp. 303 

Western & Southern Insurance Co. 296 

Wildwood Florist and Gift Shoppe 304 

Wildwood Marine 289 

Wilke Hardware 311 

Williams Music Shop ... 309 

Wolkov Jeweler 272 

Z 

Zatko Metal Products 273 



RICHARD ADAMCZEWSKI Skunk 

Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2. 

20 

BONNIE ADAMS Bony 

N.H.S. 3. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Execu- 
tive Board 4; Student Council 3; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; Assistant Business Manager 
4; Ad Staff 4; Survey 2, 3. 4; Cub Reporter 2; 
Reporter 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3. 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Monitor 3; Big Show Cast 4; 
Production Staff 4; Master Singers 4; Pep Club 
4; Senior Assembly 4. 
20, 173, 187, 190, 194, 196, 199, 202, 208, 209 

BONNIE ADLER Bon 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; P.A. Club 4; Announcer 
4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Linguist Club 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Class 
Cabinet 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
20, 187, 208 

DAVID AIKEN Dave 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 
20, 207 

CONCETTA ALBERTONE Connie 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall 
Guard 2. 
20 

DEAN ALBRECHT Dino 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; Fall Play Pro- 
duction Staff, 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Cabi- 
net 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3. 
20. 182. 193 

JANE ALLEN Janie 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs 4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Big Show Cast 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 3; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Homecoming Commit- 
tee 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2. 
20, 193, 199, 212 

JUNE ALLEN June 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Letterwinner 
3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Senior 
Assembly 4; Spring Sports Attendant 2; Girl's 
Glee Club 2. 
20, 68, 190, 199, 230 

STEVEN ALLEN Steve 

Cross Country 2, 3; Foreman's Club 4. 

20 

BRUCE ALVES Slim 

Euclidian Rep. 2, 3; Ad Staff 4; Key Club 4; 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Golf 3, 4; Hall Guard 

4. 

20,42, 51,63, 82, 196, 188 

DONNA AMBROSE Ambi 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Executive 
Board 3; World Affairs 3; Student Council 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; Eu- 
clid Choir 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Treasurer 3; Vice-President 4; Letterwinner 
4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Business Staff 2, 3; 
Assistant Circulation Manager 3; Rep. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep Club 4; President 4; 
Spirit's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4; Panther of the Week 4; G.L.C. 3, 4. 

20, 178, 212, 213, 214 

LORETTA AMES Lori 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Friendship 
Club Formal Decoration Committee 3. 
20 

BARBARA ANDERSON Babs 

Friendship Club 3. 

20 

ELBERT ANDERSON Al 

N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; President 4; Student 
Council 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2 

21, 201 



SENIOR INDEX 

KATHLEEN ANDERSON Kathy 

World Affairs 3; Ad Club 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 4. 
21, 153, 188, 208 

DAVID ANDRULIS Andy 

Honor Study Hall 2; Basketball 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3. 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3 
21, 52, 245, 248, 254 

NED ANGENE Ang 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 
2, 3; Football 2; Cross Country 4; Wrestling 

2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 
21, 254 

ROBERTA ARMSTRONG Bobbie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 4; Cabinet 2; 
Ushering 2, 4. 
21, 183, 187, 202 

WILLIAM ARNDT Bill 

Honor Study Hall 3. 

21 

NANCY ARNOLD Nanc 

World Affairs 4; Student Council 4; Majorette 
Club 2. 3; Euclidian Rep. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Survey Business Staff 4; Accountant 4; Circu- 
lation Staff 4; Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Homecoming Committee 4. 
21. 182, 193 

JANIS AUFDENHAUS Jan 

F.T.A. 4; Swim Club 2; Big Show Cast 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Pit Band 
2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor 

Study Hall 2; Monitor 2; Class Cabinet 4; Pep 

Club 4; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4; 

Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 

4. 

21, 22. 187 

HOWARD AUTEN Howard 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Monitor 2, 3. 
21, 192 

ALICE BAGOCIUS Al 

G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4. 
21, 208 

BARBARA BAILEY Barb 

Fall Play Production Staff 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Sur- 
vey Business Staff 4; Rep. 4; Friendship Club 

3, 4; Ushering 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep 
Club 4; Homecoming Committee 4. 

21, 193, 208 

RUDOLPH BAITT Rudy 

Football 2; Cross Country 3; Track 4. 
21, 253 



PATRICIA BANKO p a tti 

World Affairs 3: Big Show Cast 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; Pit Band 
2, 3. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2 4- 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Monitor 2, 3; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Pep Club 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4; Prom Committee 4. 
23, 167 

JANET BARBIC /„„ 

G.A.A. 4. 

23 

JANE BARNES j an 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 3, 4; Movie Club 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 4 
23, 182, 187, 205, 208 



RICHARD BARNES 

Intramural Bowling 2. 
23 

RONALD BARON 

Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 4. 
23 



Dick 



Ron 



STEVEN BARTA Steve 

N.H.S. 4; P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 
4; Euclidian Rep. 4. 
23. 207 



ALEXANDER BARTKO 

Euclidian Rep. 3; Track 4. 
23, 158, 253 



Al 



JON BARTOS Jack 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3. 4; Student Council 2; 
Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 

2, 3, 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
23, 196, 202, 254 

JEAN BATES Jeanne 

Majorette Club 2. 3; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 

3, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Class Cabinet 2; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4. 

23. 209 



BARBARA BATT 

Jr. Red Cross 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 

23 



Barb 



JAMES BAKER 
Intramural Swimming 
21, 254 



Biff 



CARLA BAUER Carlo 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; 
F.N.A. 4. 
23, 184,208 

KAREN BAUER Karen 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3. 4; Ushering 2; Class Cabinet 3; 
Class Guidance Council 2; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Homecoming 
Committee 2, 4. 
23 



KATHLEEN BAKER Kalhie 

Fall Play Cast 4; Eucuyo 4; Transferred to Eu- 
clid in Senior Year. 

21, 198 

THOMAS BAKER Bake 

Student Council 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Spirit's Club 3, 4. 

22, 66, 79 



JAMES BAYES 

Transferred to Euclid in Sr. Year. 

23 



Jim 



NANCY BECK Nance 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2. 3. 4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Euclidian Rep. 2; Survey Business Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Ush- 
ering 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 
4. 
23, 209 



MICHAEL BALASH 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 



Mike 



GEORGE BEDNAR 

23 



George 



JAMES BALCH j amo 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3 4' 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Key Club 4; 
Football 2; Track 3. 4; Letterman 3. 4; Letter- 
man's Club 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4' Hall 
Guard 4. 
2, 22, 167, 254 

JEROLD BALCH j erry 

Concert Band 2, 3. 4; Marching Band 2 3 4- 
Pit Band 2. 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Band Guard 
4: Honor Study Hall 2; Football 2- Wrestline 
2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 
23. 167, 168, 171 

316 



BARBARA BEEKE Barb 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 4. 

23, 184 

KENNETH BEGALKE Ken 

N.H.S. 4; World Affairs 3; Student Council 4; 
P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Fall Play 
Production Staff 3, 4; Play Night Production 
Staff 3; Spring Play Production Staff 3; Big 
Show Production Staff 3; Thespians 3, 4; Vice- 
President 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum 4. 

24. 178. 200, 207 




JAMES BEERS Jim 

Bowling 2. 

23 

PATRICIA BENEDETTO Benny 

IQS. 4; F.TA. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4; Fall Play Cast 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4: Pit Band 

2, 3, 4; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 
4; Rep.' 2; G.L.C. 2, 3. 4; President 4; Class 
Cabinet 4; Pep Club 4; Spirit's Club 3, 4. 

24, 167, 168, 170, 187, 189, 193. 212 

JOHN BENGSTON Brooklyn 

Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night Cast 4; Spring 
Play Cast 4; Big Show Cast 4. Transferred to 
Euclid in Junior Year. 
24, 151,261 

JUDITH BENNER Judy 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Euclid Choir 

3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
4. 

4,24, 174, 187,208 

FREDDA BENTLEY Fred 

N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 4; Euclidian Rep. 2. 3; Survey 
Rep. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Thespians 4; 
Fall Play Cast 3; Student Director 4; Play 
Night Cast 4; Spring Play Cast 4; Big Show 
Cast 4; Production Staff 4; Euclid Choir 3; 
Master Singers 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
24,40, 173 

JAMES BERES Gunner 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall Guard 

2, 3, 4. 
24, 254 

LINDA BERGER Linda 

N.H.S. 4; F.TA. 3; World Affairs 4; Spring 
Play 3, 4; Cast 4; Production Staff 3; Big Show 
4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Orches- 
tra 4. 
24, 182 

SHELDON BERK Shelly 

Bookstore Worker 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 

3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Class Cabinet 2; Hall Guard 3, 4. 
24. 210, 253, 254 

KEITH BERNDT Keith 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Bowling 3, 4. 

24 

LINNEA BERNTSON Nea 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council Rep. 2, 3, 
4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Rep. 4; Senior 
Circulation Manager 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Survey 
Rep. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Pep Club 4. 
24, 178, 196, 197, 199, 212 

JOANNE BEUTELL Jo 

F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Executive Board 3, 4; F.N. A. 
4; Pit Band 2, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Survey Rep. 2; 
Eucuyo 3, 4. 
13, 24, 167, 184, 187 

DONNA BEYERLE Dee 

F.B.L.A. 4; Secretary 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 
4; Ushering 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

24, 208 

WARREN BILLER Clip 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Survey Rep. 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 

25, 224, 225, 227 

GEORGE BIZZARRI Tom 

Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Master 
Singers 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Football 2. 
3; Basketball 2; Track 2; Letterman 2; Letter- 
man's Club 2, 3, 4. 
25 



JOHN BLACK John 

25 

BRUCE BLAKELEY Tiger 

Honor Study Hall 2. 3; Hall Guard 3. 

25 



ior Assembly 4; Homecoming Committee 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
29, 173 



ROBERT BLAKELEY 

Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 4. 
26 



Boh 



DONNA BLATTAU Dee 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Hall Guard 3. 
26 

FRANCES BOOMER Fran 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3; Honor 

Study Hall 2. 

26 

WILLIAM BOYTON Bill 

N.H.S. 4; Fall Play Cast 3, 4; Big Show Cast 
2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Master Singers 3. 4; 
Swimming 2; Class Cabinet 4; Senior Assem- 
bly 4; Thespians 4. 
26, 172. 173, 260, 261 

PATRICIA BOZICH Bosay 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 
3; Pep Club 4. 
26. 193 

GEORGE BRAID1C G.B. 

Movie Club 2, 3. 4; Stage Crew Club 2; Honor 

Study Hall 2. 3; Hall Guard 2; Foreman's Club 

4. 

26, 211 



EILEEN BRAIDICH 

Friendship Club 4. 
26, 208 



Ei 



MARCELLA BUCO 
Student Council 2; F.N. A. 4. 
29, 184 



Many 



CARL BRANDT Carl 

N.F.L. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Basketball 2, 3; 
Golf 4. 
26 

KENNETH BRAUNLICH Ken 

Honor Study Hall 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 4. 
26 

PATRICIA BRENNAN Patty 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3. 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Fall Play Production Staff 3, 4; 
Play Night Production Staff 4; Spring Play 
Production Staff 4; Big Show Production Staff 2, 
3, 4; Director 4; Euclid Choir 2; Master Singers 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 4; 
Rep. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Thespians 4; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 
8, 22, 26, 173, 187, 199 

LEE BREWSTER Moose 

Movie Club 4; Stage Crew Club 3; Fall Play 
Cast 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Thespians 4. 

26, 205, 260,261 

ROBERT BRIGHT Bob 

Cross Country 3; Track 3. 

26 

JUNE BROUGHER June 

27 

ALLAN BROWN Al 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Baseball 2, 4; Bowling 
2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2. 

27 

BRENDA BROWN Brenda 

World Affairs 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 4; F.N.A. 
4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4. 

27, 174, 182, 184 



DIANA BUCCERI Dee 

27 

EVELYN BUCHHOLZ Bucky 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 4; Masters 
Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Survey Business Staff 
4; Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 4; Sen- 



KENNETH BUDA Ken 

N.F.L. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 
2; Class Cabinet 3; Football 2, 4; Letterman 4; 
Wrestling 2; Letterman's Club 4. 
29, 224, 254 

PATRICIA BURFORD Burj 

Swim Club 3; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; 
Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 4; Home- 
coming Committee 4; F.N.A. 4. 
29, 184, 208 

JANET BURHENNE Jan 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2; Prom Committee 
4; F.B.L.A. 4. 
29 

LAWRENCE BURNS Larry 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 
2; Golf 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
29 

BEVERLY BUYNAK Bev's 

F.T.A. 3; Student Council 3; Jr. Red Cross 3: 
G.A.A. 2; Euclidian Rep. 3; Honor Study Hall 
2, 3; Hall Guard 2. 
29 

ELEANOR BYRON Elly 

Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Prom 
Committee 4. 
29 

CAROL CADWALLADER Carol 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; Euclidian Rep. 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 
29, 182 

PATRICIA CALAVITTA Rocky 

Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2; Senior Scandal 4; 

Prom Committee 4; Senior Assembly 4. 

29 

DOUGLAS CALDWELL Barry 

N.H.S. 4; State Crew Club 4; Manager 4; PA. 
Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Technician 3. 4; Book- 
store Worker 2, 3, 4; Manager 3. 4; Fall Play 
Production Staff 3. 4; Play Night Production 
Staff 3, 4; Thespians 2; Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
Spring Play Production Staff 3, 4. 
29, 37, 81, 200, 204, 207 

PHYLLIS CAMERON Phil 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 4. 
29 

JOHN CAMPANA, JR. "J." 

Orchestra 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Concert Band 2. 

3, 4; Marching Band 2: Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Football 3, 4; 
Letterman 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3; Letterman 2. 
3; Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 3; Letterman's Club 
2, 3,4. 

4, 29, 167, 168, 170, 224. 254 

JOAN CANON Joanie 

Concert Band 4; Marching Band 4: Friendship 
Club 4; Pep Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in 
Senior year. 
29 

ELIZABETH CARLSON Belle 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Homecom- 
ing Committee 3. 4: Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Class Cabinet 4: 
Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4. 
29, 187 



PATRICIA CARROCCIO 
Friendship Club 2. 3; Pep Club 4. 
29 



Pat 



317 



EDWARD CARPENTER "Carp" 

NAS.S. 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2 3 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. 4; Letterman 3 
4- Track 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
4- Hall Guard 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
29 52, 224, 226, 245 



PATRICIA CASEY 



Casey Jones 



"T" 

!, 3; 



Lou 



Rax 



Jan 



Majorette Club 3; Euclidian Rep. 3. 
29 

THOMAS CEBULAR 

Honor Study Hall 2; Cross Country 

Track 2, 3. 

30 

LOUIS CEFARATTI 
30 

RAYMOND CERGOL 

Swimming 2. 
30 

JANET CERMELJ 

Honor Study Hall 3. 

30 

CAROL CETINSKY Carol 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4. 

30 

LINDA CHALFANT *-'«^ 

N H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Execu- 
tive Board 3, 4; Ad Club 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 
3 4- G A A 2 4; Survey Editorial Start 2, 3, 
4 : Eucuyo 3 4; Friendship Club 4; Ushering 
4! Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4. Linguist 
Club 2, 4; President 4; Spectrum 4; World 
AfFsirs 4 
30, 182, 185. 187, 198, 199, 202, 208 

JOSEPH CHINCHAR Curly 

30 

CAREN CIBBS Caren 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 
30 

Sam 



M. MARIE COLLINS Perry 

F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 2. 

31 

GLEN CONKLING Ace 

Auto Club 2. 

31 

BARBARA CONSLA Barfc/e 

G.A.A. 2. 

31 

RICHARD CONSTANTINE Rich 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Pep Club 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 
9, 31, 167 

NANCY COODE Nanc 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 
4; Pep Club 4. 
31, 182 



Oliver Cool 



ELLEN CIMBALOS 

F.B.L.A. 4. 

30 

DONALD CIPOLLO 

Big Show Cast 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Rep. 
3 4- Sports Editor 4; Cub Reporter 2; Basket- 
ball 2; Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
30, 72, 190 

DAVID COLBOW Lover 

Big Show Cast 4; Football 2; Cross Country 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 2, 3. 4; 
Senior Assembly 4. 
30, 52, 245, 246, 249, 254 

SYLVIA COLLEDGE Syl 

Euclidian Rep. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4. 

30, 208 

KATHLEEN COLLIER Kalhy 

World Affairs 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 

2, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; 
Class Cabinet 2, 3; Hall Guard 2. 3; Senior 
Assembly 4; Prom Committee 3. 

31 

JAMES COLLINGWOOD J.C. 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 4; Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2; Survey 
Rep. 4; Football 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Swim- 
ming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Pep Club 4. 

31, 202,240 

DALE COLLINS Dale 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Swim Club 2; Bookstore Worker 

3, 4; Euclidian Rep. -3: Eucuyo 3, 4; Essay 
Editor 4; Swimming 2; Joe Berg Science Semi- 
nar 3, 4; Linguist Club 4. 

31. 198,210 



TIMOTHY COOPER Tim 

31 

HARRIET CORDRAY Harriet 

Girl's Glee Club 2. 
31 

ROBERT CORNWELL B06 

Camera Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2; Foreman's Club 2. 
31 

KATHLEEN COROS Kathy 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Master Singers 3, 4; Secre- 
tary 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 
3; Friendship Club 2; Cabinet 2; Ushering 2; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 4; Spirit's 
Club 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; F.N.A. 
4; Vice-President 4. 

31, 172, 184, 189, 214, 263, 265, 267 

FRANK CORRAO Frank 

Camera Club 2; Bowling 3; Hall Guard 2. 
31 

MARY COUCH Mary 

Girl's Glee Club 2, 4; Friendship Club 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2. 

32, 174 

CHARLENE CRADIS Charlie 

N.H.S. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall Play Cast 4; 
Production Staff 3; Play Night Production Staff 
3; Spring Play Production Staff 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Master Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4- Survey Business Staff 4: Rep. 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Thespians 
4. 
32, 73, 173, 189,212,261 

NANCY CREVELING Nance 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Executive Board 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
4; Literary Editor 4; Survey Rep. 3; Eucuyo 3, 
4; Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 4: Spectrum 4; 
N.F.L. 4. 
32, 178, 179, 198, 199, 202, 208 

CHESTER CRONE diet 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3; Marching 
Band 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3; Cap- 
tain 3. 
32, 254 

MARY CRUDER Vickie 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Homecoming Committee 4. 

32 

DONNA CUNNINGHAM Hopalong 

F.T.A. 4; Movie Club 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 
4; Pep Club 4; Linguist Club 4. 
32, 187. 208 

LINDA CUTHBERTSON Lin 

Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Hall Guard 2; 

Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 4. 

32 



DIANA CVETKOVIC Dee 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Ushering 3. 
32, 208 

JACQUELINE D'AMICO Jackie 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2. 

32 

RICHARD DACAR Dick 

Swimming 2, 4; Letterman 4. 
32, 240 

JUDITH DANCH Judy 

World Affairs 4; Megaphone Club 2; Girl's 
Glee Club 2. 4; Euclid Choir 3; Big Show Cast 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Usher- 
ing 2; Euclidian Rep. 2, 3. 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Homecoming Committee 4; Class Cabinet 4; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
22, 32, 76, 174, 182 

MICHAEL DANE Mike 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 
3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; Hall Guard 2. 3; Senior Assem- 
bly 4. 

32, 202, 234, 254 

REBECCA DAUGHERTY Becky 

F.T.A. 3. 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Production Staff 
4; Play Night Production Staff 4; Spring Play 
Production Staff 4: Big Show Cast 4; Produc- 
tion Staff 4; Euclid Choir 3; Master Singers 
4; G.A.A. 3; Senior Assembly 4; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 4; Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 
28, 33, 173 

RANDALL DAVIS Randy 

P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2. 3. 4. 

33, 207 

THOMAS DAVIS Deacon 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Key Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Cross Country 4; Basket- 
ball 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Baseball 2: Track 3, 
4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; Hall Guard 3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3. 4; Rep. 2. 
33. 151, 189, 245, 246, 248, 249, 254, 265 

CAROL DeWITT Baby Do-It 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3; 
Senior Assembly 4; Homecoming Committee 
4. 
33 



HELEN DEBELJAK Hal 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

33 

DEAN DECKER Dino 

Student Council 2; Baseball 3, 4; Letterman 3, 

4; Hall Guard 3. 

33 

DONNA DEISTER Bubbles 

World Affairs 4; Swim Club 2, 3; Spring Play 
Production Staff 4; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 
2 3 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Ushering 2; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Class Guidance Council 
2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 2; Senior As- 
sembly 4; Panther Mascot 4. 
34, 182 

NANCY DELAC ". Di PP" 

Majorette Club 2, 3. 4; Majorette 4; Big Show 
Cast 3 4' G A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 

3- Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 2: Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 

4- Senior Assembly 4; Friendship Club 2. 
34,212,233 

EILEEN DELLY Dilly Dally 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4. 

34 

SHARON DIBIASIO Sparky 

N F L. 2; F.T.A. 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Sec. 2; 
Bookstore Worker 4; Master Singers 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Rep. 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4. 
34, 154, 173, 210 



318 




PAUL DEVER Fuzzy 

Swimming 2, 3. 
34 

ANITA DIPUCCIO Pooch 

Megaphone Club 2; Spring Play Production 
Staff 4; Big Show Cast 4; GAA. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Class 
Cabinet 4; Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior Assembly 
4; Homecoming Committee 4. 
22, 34, 81 

DONETTA DITOMASO Netta 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Eucuyo 3, 4; Business Manager 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Spectrum 4; Homecom- 
ing Committee 3. 
34, 198, 199, 202 






PATRICK DICKEY P.M.D. 

N.F.L. 2. 3, 4; World Affairs 3; PA. Club 3, 
4; President 4; Announcer 3, 4; Fall Play Cast 
3, 4; Play Night Cast 3; Spring Play Cast 3; 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Poetry Editor 4; Thespians 3, 4; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
34, 198,201, 206. 261 



BARBARA DINISHAK 

World Affairs 3; Friendship Club 2. 
35 



Barb 



WILLIAM DIXON Mad Daddy 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Movie Club 4; Football 2; Wres- 
tling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 
4; Hall Guard 4; Spectrum 4; Key Club 4. 
35, 205, 234, 254 



MARGARET DODDS 

Linguist Club 4; Secretary 4; French Club 4; 

Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

35 

JEAN DRAGOLIC Jeanie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 4; Ad 
Club 3, 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; 
Euclidian Business Staff 4; Assistant Circula- 
tion Manager 4; Bookstore Worker 3; Eucuyo 
Rep. 3; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2: Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 2; Prom Committee 3. 
35, 178, 188, 194, 196. 199, 202 

PATRICIA DREIFORT Pattie Babes 

F.T.A. 2, 3; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Club 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Honor Study 
Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly 4; 
Homecoming Committee 4. 
22, 35, 77, 135 



ARLENE DRENIK 

35 

MICHAEL DROTOS 
Hall Guard 2, 3. 
35 



Arlene 
Mike 



DENNIS DRUMMOND Menace 

Student Council 2; Euclidian Rep. 3; Survey 
Rep. 4; Eucuyo 3; Illustrator 2, 3, 4; Football 
2; Wrestling 2, 3; Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 
35, 78 

JOANNE DUCCA Gigi 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 
2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 
35 

COLLEEN EASTABROOKS Colleen 

Movie Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid 
Choir 3; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 
35 

WILDA ECKLER Willie 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class Guid- 
ance Council 2, 3. 
35 



ELANE EDDY 

G.A.A. 3; Euclidian Rep. 3. 

35 



Elane 



DONALD EHAS /«/,, 

Fall Play Cast 3; Cross Country 2, 3; Wres- 
tling 2, 3. 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 
36, 254 



DENNIS ELDER 
Foreman's Club 4. 
36, 211 

WILLIAM ELICKER 

36 

TIMOTHY EMERSON 
36 



Ace 



Bill 



"T" 



KAREN ENGELBRECHT Karen 

Friendship Club 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Junior Year. 
36 

LYNN ANN ERJAVEC Erj 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3: Girl's Glee 
Club 2, 4; Euclid Choir 3; Fall Play Produc- 
tion Staff 2, 3, 4; Play Night Production Staff 
2, 3; Spring Play Production Staff 2; Big Show 
Production Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 4; Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3, 4. 
36, 135, 174, 187, 208 

FREDERICK ESTANICH Fred 

Honor Study Hall 3; Basketball 2; Golf 3, 4. 
36 



ROBERT ESTVANKO 
Honor Study Hall 3. 
36, 39 



Baron 



BRENDA EVANS Brenda 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; World Af- 
fairs 4; Student Council 3; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 4; Swim Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Pep Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
36, 182, 187 



JAMES EVANS 

37 



Jim 



JOAN EVANS Joanie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2; 
World Affairs 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 
4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Underclass Edi- 
tor 4; Rep. 2, 3, 4; Big Show Production Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 3, 4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Monitor 3; Class Guid- 
ance Council 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3. 
4; Captain 3; Senior Assembly 4; P.A. Club 4: 
Announcer 4. 
37, 48, 134, 158. 194, 196 



JOHN EVANS 
Baseball 2, 3. 

37 



Jack 



BETTY FABER Fettv 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4; Pres- 
ident 4. 

37 

GARY FARLEY Gary- 

Student Council 4; Movie Club 2, 3. 4. 

37 

WILLIAM FEITH Bill 

Student Council 4; Swim Club 2; Key Club 3; 
Euclidian Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Swim- 
ming 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2; Class Cabinet 2. 
3; Hall Guard 3, 4. 

33. 37 

RICHARD FINK Dick 

38 

JOHN FIORELLI John 

38 

ROGER FIORILLE Rog 

Honor Study Hall 3; Golf 2, 3; Letterman 3; 
Hall Guard 4; F.B.L.A. 4; V. President 4; 
Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 
38 



MARY FISTER 
World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3. 
38, 182 



Mary 
3; Friendship Club 



PAMELA FLALER p am 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 4; Secretary 4; Ex- 
ectuive Board 4; Megaphone Club 2; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; Treasurer 4 
38, 71, 178, 179, 180, 2T2, 214 263 



JOHN FOCHT 
38 



John 



EILEEN FOGEL Eileen 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 
38, 208 

JEFFREY FORKER Jeff 

Student Council 2; Euclid Choir 2; Master 
Singers 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Big Show Produc- 
tion Staff 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4. 
38, 151, 224, 225, 264 

ANTHONY FORTUNA Tony 

I.Q.S. 4; Fall Play Production Staff 2; Big 
Show Production Staff 3; Eucuyo 4; Cross 
Country 4; Track 4. 
38, 198, 199, 218 

JERRY FOUST Jer 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Board 3, 4; Homecoming Co-Chair- 
man 3, 4; Survey Rep. 3: Football 2. 
38, 178, 179, 199 

GEORGE FOWLER Camel 

Student Council 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Letterman 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 4; Cap- 
tain 4. 
38, 224, 227, 234, 254 

ROBERT FOXALL Foxy 

Orchestra 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3. 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Key Club 
3, 4; Survey Rep. 4; Business Staff 3: Senior 
Assembly 4; Foreman's Club 3, 4. 

38, 167 

RICHARD FRAEDRICH Rich 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Foreman's Club 4. 
39 

RALPH FRANCIS Ralph 

Student Council 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3. 4; Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Hall Guard 4; 
Panther on the Week 3. 

39, 219, 220,221,253, 254 

EVAN FRANCIS, JR. Bink 

Key Club 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 2; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Letterman's Club 2. 3, 4: 
Hall Guard 3. 
39. 76. 86, 254 

CURTIS FREED Curt 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Executive Board 
3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant Pic- 
ture Editor 4; Key Club 3; Survey 2, 3. 4; Pho- 
tographer 3; Assistant Sports Editor 3: Rep. 
3. 4; Tennis 3; Swimming 2: Spirit's Club 4; 
Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 4; Panther of the 
Week 4. 
39. 58. 178. 179, 180, 189, 190, 194, 199, 202 

CRAIG FROWNFELTER Frownie 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Key Club 4; 
Euclid Choir 2. 
39. 158, 188,207 

GERALD FRYE Jerry 

Movie Club 2, 3; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 
3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Key Club 4; Pep Club 
4; Hall Guard 2. 
39, 196, 207 



319 



ELAINE FULLER . £'«""' 

World Affairs 3; Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2. 
4; Friendship Club 2; Euclidian Rep. 2. 
39 

GLENN FURTH . Glenn 

Cross Country 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Linguist Club 
4. 
39 

SUSAN GADUS . j Little Sku 

World Affairs 4: G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; 
Hall Guard 3; Transferred to Euclid in Junior 
Year. 
39, 182 



Judy 
3; Friendship 



JUDITH GARDNER 

Majorette Club 3; G.A.A. : 
Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 
39, 208 

THOMAS GARZONE Tom 

Football 2; Track 4; Hall Guard 4. 
39,253 

ROSALIND GAYLON Boz 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3: F.B.L.A. 4. 
39 

STEPHEN GEBE Steve 

Big Show 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3 4; 
Wrestling 2. 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; Track 2; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Panther of the Week 4. 
15. 40, 224, 234, 235, 254, 265 

DANIEL GEDDES Danny 

N F.L. 3, 4; Stage Crew Club 3, 4; Boy s Glee 
Club 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Production Staff 3, 
4- Play Night Cast 3. 4; Production Staff 3, 4; 
Spring Play Production Staff 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2. 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Thespians 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; 
Letterman 3; Track 2; Golf 3; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4. 
40. 62, 200, 201, 204, 260 

TERRY GERSON Terry 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Hall 
Guard 3. 
40, 154 

DAVID GERWIN Dave 

Movie Club 3. 4; Concert Band 2; Honor Study 

Hall 2, 3; Foreman's Club 4. 

40,211 

JAMES GESSIC J'"' 

Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Basketball 2. 
41.54, 173, 224, 254 

GARY GEZANN Legs 

P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2. 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 
2; Track 3. 

41 

WILLIAM GIBB Bill 

Stage Crew Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3; Baseball 2. 
41, 158 



DONALD GLENN Don 

N.F.L. 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 4. 
41,201 

MARY GLENN Eileen 

N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Secretary 4; World 
Affairs 3.' 4; Student Council 2; P.A. Club 3, 
4- Technician 3. 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2: G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; 
Class Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 4; Class 
Cabinet 3. 4: Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 3. 4. 
31.41, 182. 187,207,212 

CAROLE GLEYFORST Baby 

N.F.L. 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 
2; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 
41, 184 

JOSEPH GLIEBE Joe 

Big Show Cast 3; Concert Band 2. 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2; Pit Band 2; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Cross Country 3; Track 2, 3. 
41 

GARY GORSHA Gary 

Honor Study Hall 2; Cross Country 4; Track 
3 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Joe Berg Science 
Seminar 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 
41, 196. 253 

ROBERT GRAUS Bob 

Cross Country 2. 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3; Track 
4; Letterman 2, 3; Letterman's Club 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 4. 
41 



JAMES GIBSON Jim 

41 

SHIRLEY GIBSON Shirley 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs 4; Student Council 2; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Assistant Accountant 3; Secretary 4; 
Rep. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; 
Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3. 
41, 182, 187, 193, 199 

JILL GINSBURG /«'" 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Swim Club 
3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant Copy 
Editor 4; G.A.A. 2; Eucuyo 3, 4: Short Story 
Editor 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4. 
11,41, 81, 187, 194, 199 

JEAN GIORDANO Carole 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 
4. 
41, 72 



FRANK GRDANC Frank 

41 

JEAN GREEN Jeanne 

G.A.A. 2. 

41 

LINDA GREEN Lin 

N H.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Eu- 
clidian Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Cabinet 
2; Ushering 2; Pep Club 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4- F.N.A. 4; President 4. 
41, 174, 184, 185, 196 

SHARON GREGURICH Sherri 

FT A. 4; World Affairs 4; Movie Club 4; 
F.N.A. 3. 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2; 
Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 
41, 182, 184, 187, 205 

FRANK GRISEZ Greasy 

Automotives Club 2. 

41 

RICHARD GUALTIER Rich 

13,41 

DAVID GUENTZLER Dave 

World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Track 4; 
Bowling 3, 4. 

42 

LINDA GUESS Lynn 

Fall Play 2; Production Staff 2; G.A.A. 3; 
Friendship Club 2. 3: Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Homecoming Committee 4. 



4; Survey Rep. 2; Eucuyo Staff 3, 4; Art Editor 
4; I.Q.S. 4: Spectrum 4. 
42, 178, 194, 198, 199, 202 

JOHN HABE John 

P.A. Club 2. 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 2; Concert Band 2, 3; Pit Band 2; Tennis 
2, 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Spirit's Club 4. 
42, 189, 207 

DAVID HABIAN Dave 

Camera Club 2; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 
4: Big Show Cast 2: Baseball 2, 3; Swimming 
2; Bowling 3. 4. 

42, 252 

ARTHUR HACH Art 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Camera 
Club 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant 
Mounting Editor 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Joe Berg Science Seminar 3; 
Senior Assembly 4. 
9,43, 68, 194, 199 

FRANK HADFIELD Frank 

Fall Play Cast 3. 4; Play Night Cast 3, 4; 
Big Show Cast 4; Master Singers 3, 4; Football 
4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 4. 

43, 173. 200, 218, 261 

CAROL HAHS Care 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 4. 
30,43 

Habby 

Q.S. 3, 4; Mega- 
2. 3; Girl's Glee 

Staff 4; Picture 
Master Singers 3, 
4; Euclidian Rep. 

4; Class Cabinet 
2; Senior Assem- 



KAREN HALBEDEL 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Secretary 4; I 
phone Club 2: Cheerleader 
Club 2; Euclidian Editorial 
Editor 4: Big Show Cast 4; 
4; Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 
3; Friendship Club 2; G.L.C 
3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 
bly 4. 
43, 172, 173, 194, 195, 199, 



202, 21: 



BARBARA GUGLIOTTA Bobbie 

42 

FRANK GURKO Frank 

Stage Crew Club 2. 

42 

MARGARET GUTH Peggy 

Girl's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; Friendship 
Club 2; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 4. 
42. 48, 64, 174 

TREVOR GUY Trev 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Euclid Choir 2; Euclid- 
ian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant Literary Editor 



JUDITH HALLORAN Judy 

Swim Club 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2: Red Cross 
2; F.N.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
2,' 3, 4; Ushering 2; Senior Scandal 4. 
43, 183, 184, 208 

CAROL HAMILTON Carol 

Friendship Club 4. 
43, 208 

VERA HAMILTON Vera 

43 

FRANK HANES Frank 

NA.S.S. 2. 3. 4: Key Club 3, 4; Secretary 4: 
Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3 4- Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 
43, 86. 167, 188, 218, 220, 221, 253, 254 

RICHARD HANSLICK Dick 

43 

NANCY HARDING pane 

FT A 2 3 4- Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Major- 
ette 3 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 
4- GAA 2 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; G.L.C. 
3,' 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 
43,84, 187,212,232,233 

JOAN HARPER _ A „ { oa " 

N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 2, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2 3, 4; 
Executive Board 3. 4; Secretary 3; President 4; 
Distict F.T.A. Rep. 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Junior Circulation Manager 4; Big Show Cast 
3 4- GAA 2 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4: Survey Rep. 3, 4; Pep Club 4^ 

43. 51. 178, 187, 195, 196, 197, 199, 208, 212 

BETSEY HARWOOD Bets 

Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid- 
ian Rep. 2; Fall Play Production Staff 3; Mas- 
ter Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3,4. 

44. 172, 208 



320 




JOHN HARTMAN 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 
43 



Johnny 



JOAN HAYES Joanie 

World Affairs 4; Movie Club 4; Friendship 
Club 4; Ushering 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
44, 205 

PATRICIA HAYES Pat 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 
44 

BONNIE HAYTAS Bonnie 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 

4. 

44, 208 



DONNA HAYWARD 
G.A.A. 3. 

44 

ROGER HEAPS 

45 

THOMAS HEASLEY 

20,45 



Donna 

Roger 
Animal 



GAYLE HEIL Gayle 

F.T.A. 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 4. 
45, 170, 187, 208 

LINDA HEISE Lin 

World Affairs 4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 
45, 182, 184 

PAULINE HELLMAN 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 
45 

ROSE HELM Rose 

45, 208 

GREGORY HENDERSON Greg 

Movie Club 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 2, 3. 
44 

DIANA HENRY Dee 

Movie Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 

44, 205, 208 



JUDY HENRY 

44 



Judy 



DIANE HERMAN Di 

World Affairs 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 
4; Linquist Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in 
Junior Year. 

44 

DARLENE HEUER Dee 

Student Council 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 
4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 4. 
44, 184, 208 

HERMINE HICKS Herm 

Student Council 2, 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 4. 
44 



JUDITH HILL 
G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4. 
44 

BONITA HOCEVAR 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4. 
44, 208 



Judy 



Bonnie 



EDWARD HODKEY Eddie 

World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall 
Guard 3, 4; Transferred to Euclid in Junior 
Year. 

45 

LINDA HOLLIS Holh 

F.T.A. 2; World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 3, 
4; Pep Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Transferred to Eu- 
clid in Junior Year. 
45 



CAROLYN HOLTZ Carol 

G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2. 
45 

ROBERT HOLWICK Bob 

Movie Club 3, 4; State Crew Club 2. 

45 

RAYMOND HORN Ray 

Movie Club 3; Stage Crew Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 2; Foreman's 
Club 4. 
45. 163 

ALICE HORTON A I 

Student Council 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 
4; Big Show 4; G.A.A .2, 4; Friendship Club 
4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 
45, 184, 208 

MARY HOTTOIS Mary 

N.F.L. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 

45 



DONALD HOVANCSEK 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 

45 



"D" 



ALLAN HRIBAR /!/ 

N.H.S. 3. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2; P.A. 
Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Euclidian Business 
Staff 4; Funds Manager 4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Joe Berg Science Seminar 3, 4. 
46, 196, 199,202 

JANET HUDOCK Jan 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; Ushering 
3; Pep Club 4. 
46 

GREGORY HUEBNER Greg 

Euclidian Rep. 4; Swimming 2, 3; Letterman 
3; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2. 
46, 254 



DANIEL HUMPHREY 
46, 204 

WILLIAM HUMPHRIES 
Foreman's Club 4. 
46, 167, 211 



Dan 



Humph 



DONNA HUNSTON Donna 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2; Megaphone 
Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Letterwinner 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Friendship 
Club 2; Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
15, 46, 48, 51, 68, 190, 199, 202, 230, 256, 
263, 264 

RONALD ILG Ron 

Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 4. 
46, 253 

PATRICIA IOSUE Patti 

Euclidian Rep. 2; Survey Rep. 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Hall Guard 3; Jr. Red Cross 2. 
46 

RONALD IVEC Ron 

46 

STANLEY IVEC Stan 

Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4; Transferred 
to Euclid in Junior Year. 
46 

PATRICK JACKSON Pat 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; 
Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Circulation Man- 
ager 3; Co-Business Manager 4; Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2: Football 2; Cross Coun- 
try 3; Letterman 3; Track 2; Letterman 2; Let- 
terman's Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 2, 3; 
Class Cabinet 2, 3; Spirit's Club 3, 4; Buckeye 
Boy's State Rep. 3; Cub of the Month 2; Prom 
Committee 3, 4. 
11, 46, 189, 192, 193, 199, 202, 254 

ANTHONY JAGODNIK Tony 

Honor Study Hall 2; Science Club 2; Lab As- 
sistant 4. 
46, 309 



JOHN JAMES 

Student Council 2, 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Sur- 
vey Rep. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Football 

2. 3, 4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 4; Baseball 2; Letterman's Club 4; Spirit's 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 4. 

47, 68, 141, 224, 254 

ANDREW JAMS Spade 

Ad Club 3; Stage Crew Club 2; Fall Play Cast 
2; Production Staff 2; Track 2; Wrestling 3; 
Class Cabinet 3; Foreman's Club 2. 
47 

CARMELA JANKOVICH Carmie 

F.T.A. 4; Student Council 4; Megaphone Club 
4; Cheerleader 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; G.A.A. 2, 

3. 4; Letterwinner 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 

47, 68, 178, 187, 230, 231, 262, 265 



MADELINE JANKOVICH 
Class Cabinet 3. 



Madge 



EILEEN JARC 

Swim Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2, Pep Club 4. 
47, 183, 211 

BERNARD JAROSCAK Bernie 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 3: Auto 
Club 4. 

47 

SANDRA JAUNSIS Sandy 

World Affairs 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 

47, 208 

EVAN JENKINS 

N.H.S. 4; Euclid Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 

4; Cross Country 2, 3; Science Seminar 3, 4; 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 

47, 173 

LINDA JERABEK Linda 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Euclidian Rep. 2; 
Linguist Club 4. 
36, 47 

JAMES JERELE Little Jim 

Euclidian Rep. 3; Key Club 3, 4; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Hall Guard 4; Letterman's Club 

2, 3.4. 

47, 86, 188, 218, 220, 253, 254 

JAMES JIMISON Bull Dog 

Hall Guard 2; Basketball 2; At Bowling Green 
High School in Junior Year. 
13 

BARBARA JOHNSON Barb 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; Ushering 3, 4. 

47 

DAVID JONES Jonsey 

Student Council 2, 3; Euclid Choir 2; Big Show 
Cast 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Football 2, 

3. 4; Letterman 3, 4: Basketball 2, 4; Letter- 
man 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man's Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 4; Senior Assembly 4. 

47. 60, 224, 226, 227, 254 

GERRAN JONES Gerran 

Camera Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 2, 4. 
47. 60. 224, 226, 227 

JOAN KADUN 

N.H.S. 4; Swim Club 2. 3, 4; Survey Rep. 4; 

Class Cabinet 4. 

47, 183 

JOHN KALEAL Corky 

N.F.L. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Cross Coun- 
try 3. 
48 



321 



JEROME KAPLA Jerry 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 

48 

SANDRA KAPUDJA Sandie 

G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 4. 

48 

PHILLIP KARABINUS Phill 

Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4; Golf 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 4. 
48 



THERESE KARDELL 
Honor Study Hall 3. 
49 

RUDOLPH KARICH 

Bowling 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 
49, 252 

GERALD KAVON 

Wrestling 2, 3. 
49 



Terri 



Rudy- 



Skip 



SHARON KELEMBER Sharon 

World Affairs 4; Euclidian Rep. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Prom 
Committee 4. 
49, 208 

GAIL KELLER Gail 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 
49 



ROBERT KELLY 

49 



Bob 



PHILIP KEYERLEBER Phil 

Camera Club 2. Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4. 
49, 224 

BARBARA KISH Barb 

I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 3; Girl's 

Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 

Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Cub Reporter 3; 

Reporter 4; Friendship Club 4; Class Cabinet 

4. 

49, 187, 190 

LOIS KISH Lo 

N.H.S. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Euclidian Rep. 3; Survey Rep. 2; 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 2; Senior Scandal 4; Co-Editor 4. 
49, 189, 208 

ROSE KISH Ro 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Linguist Club 4. 
49, 187,212 

PAULETTE KITKO Paul 

World Affairs 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Pep Club 4. 

49 

JEWELL KLAUGA Judy 

Student Council 4; Homecoming Committee 4; 
P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Fall Play 
Production Staff 4; Spring Play Production Staff 
2, 3; Big Show Production Staff 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespians 4; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 
49 



JERALDINE KLEIN 
G.A.A. 2; Jr. Red Cross 2. 
49 



Jerry 



LUCINDA KNACK Liz 

Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 
49 



SUSAN KLOTZBACH Sue 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Master Singers 3, 4; Ad- 
visory Board. 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; As- 
sistant Literary Editor 4; Rep. 4; Big Show 
Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; 



G.L.C. 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; 

Spectrum 4. 

49, 173, 194, 196, 199, 202, 212 

DIANE KNAUS Diane 

World Affairs 2, 3; Secretary 3; Megaphone 
Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall Play Produc- 
tion Staff 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Euclid Choir 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Cub Reporter 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3: 
Class Cabinet 2; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3; 
Senior Assembly 4; Homecoming Committee 
4. 
22, 42, 48, 49 

ROBERT KNAUS Mr. K 

49 

JACK KNEALE Jack 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 3. 4; Swim Club 4; 
Class Cabinet 3. 
49. 74, 178, 183,242 



DONNA KRAUSE Donna 



JOHN KODRICH 
49 



John 



GLORIA KOGAN Gloria 

World Affairs 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4. 
50 



JAMES KOKOSKY 
Honor Study Hall 3. 
50 

GERALDINE KOLMAN 

50 

LYNN KOMRAUS 
50 



Jim 



Gerry 



Lynn 



BONITA KOPACH Bonnie 

Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Majorette 4; Big Show 
Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, Friendship Club 2; Pep 
Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 
50, 80, 233 

SUSAN KORDA Sue 

F.T.A. 3; Swim Club 3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall 
Guard 4. 
50 

CAROLE KOSHER Kosh 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 3; Big Show 4; 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 

2; Senior Assembly 4; Homecoming Commit- 
tee 4. 
50, 187, 192, 256 



ROBERT KOSTICK 

Honor Study Hall 3; Bowling 3, 4. 

50 



Boh 



ARLENE KOUCKY Arlene 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 
50 

JAMES KOVACH Jim 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Letterman 4; Hall Guard 3. 
50, 178, 202. 234 



RICHARD KOVAL 
50 



Dick 



MARY JANE KOZAR Mary 

World Affairs 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 

50, 182 

YVONNE KOZLEVCAR Yvonne 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2, 3. 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 

51, 208 

TERRANCE KRAMER Terry 

I.Q.S. 4; Camera Club 2; Key Club 3, 4; Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Football 4; Letterman 
4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Hall Guard 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
51, 135, 188, 252 



THEODORE KRAUSS Ted 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Key Club 2; Survey 3, 
4; Business Staff 3; Rep. 4; Honor Study Hall 
2, 3; Football 2; Track 2; Letterman 2; Letter- 
man's Club 2, 3, 4. 
30, 51, 57, 199, 254 

CLIFTON KREBS Kip 

Class Cabinet 2; Class Guidance Council 2; 
Hall Guard 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3. 
53 

JUDITH KRIEGER Judie 

I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Senior Editor 4; Fall Play Production 
Staff 3; G.A.A. 3; Eucuyo 2; Friendship Club 
2; Pep Club 4: Euclidian Rep. 2. 
9, 53, 194, 195, 199 

HELEN KROME Peanut 

N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 

E-Room Committee 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 3; Spectrum 4; Linguists Club 

4. 

8,53, 155, 187, 196, 202 

MARY JANE KRUEGER Mary Jane 

N.H.S. 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 2. 
53 

GARY KRULL Gary 

Kev Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 

4. 
53 

JOSEPH KURTI Joe 

Key Club 2; Cross Country 4; Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 4. 
53, 61, 135, 218, 245, 246, 249, 254 

MADELINE LABANT Madeline 

F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 
53 

DENNIS LA FOLLETTE Tex 

Big Show Cast 2; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Master 
Singers 4. 
53. 173 

CAROLYN LACNY Carol 

F.T.A. 2; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
G.L.C. 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 

53 

GRANT LAMOS III Grant 

Camera Club 3; Key Club 4; Lab Assistant 4. 
53 

LINDA LANE Lin 

World Affairs 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; F.N.A. 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Pep Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
53, 184, 208 

ANITA LANESE "A" 

Friendship Club 2. 

53 

NORMAN LARICCIA La Rouch 

Honor Study Hall 2; Foreman's Club 2. 

53 

EDNA LAUB Eddie 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; Spectrum 4; Linguist 
Club 4. 
53, 187 

STEPHEN LAUDENBACH Steve 

Foreman's Club 4. 
53, 211 

WILLIAM LAURENSON Bill 

P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 3, 4; Big Show Production Staff 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 2. 
53, 209 



322 



CAROL LAUSIN Carol 

Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; Marching Band 4; Friendship Club 
2;- Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 
4; World Affairs 3. 

53, 80, 233 

NEIL LAUTER Lain 

Student Council 2; Key Club 3, 4; President 

4; Fall Play Cast 3, 4; Play Night Cast 3; 
Spring Play Cast 2; Euclid Choir 2; Master 

Singers 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 
Track 3; Class Cabinet 3. 
38,53, 173, 188, 200 

ROBERT LEBER Bob 

Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night Cast 4; Spring 
Play Cast 4; Big Show Cast 4; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Wrestling 3; Hall Guard 3, 4. 
54 

BLAKE LEDUC Blake 

Foreman's Club 4; President 4. 

NANCY LEFEVRE Fevie 

F.NA. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3; Senior Scandal 4. 

54, 184, 208,257 

JUDITH LEHMAN Judy 

F.B.L.A. 4. 

54 

THOMAS LEININGER Tom 

Student Council 4; Homecoming Committee 
4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Swim- 
ming 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 
24,54,71, 183 

ANITA LENARSIC Dimples 

54 

LAWRENCE LENGEL Larry 

World Affairs 3; Camera Club 4; Movie Club 

3; Stage Crew Club 3; Hall Guard 4. 

54 

JANICE LEPORATI Jan 

World Affairs 4; GA.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 

54, 182 

ADELBERT LEUTBECHER Del 

N.H.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Student Council 2, 
3; Key Club 4; Survey Rep. 4; Wrestling 2, 3; 
Track 3; Class Cabinet 3; Bookstore Worker 
2, 3; Science Seminar 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Presi- 
dent 4. 
8, 54, 188 

LINDA LEYBECK Peanut 

World Affairs 4; Megaphone Club 2; Euclid 
Choir 3; Fall Play Cast 3; Production Staff 4; 
Play Night Production Staff 3; Director 3; 
Spring Play Production Staff 2, 3; Big Show 
Cast 3; Production Staff 3; Concert Band 4; 
Marching Band 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Ushering 2; Thespians 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Drama 
Club 3; Treasurer 3. 
40,51.55,56,200 

LAURENCE LIGGETT Larry 

Orchestra 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Senior Assembly 4; Chevron Society 3. 
5,55, 167 

DAVID LILLEY Dave 

Swim Club 3; Key Club 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 
4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; 
Letterman's Club 4; Pep Club 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4; Swim Leader 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 

55, 82, 167, 188, 196, 240 

ROBERT LINDNER Bob 

55 

BEVERLY LINDQUrST Bev 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 3; 
Student Council 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; Business 
Staff 4; Sophomore Circulation Manager 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Survey Rep. '3; Friendship Club 2, 



3, 4; Ushering 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2; 

F.B.L.A. 4. 

55, 178, 185, 195, 196, 199 



BETTY LINK 

Majorette Club 2. 
55 



Betty 



WILLIAM LINSLEY Bill 

Stage Crew Club 3; Euclid Choir 3. 

55 

KAREN LOGAN Karen 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
World Affairs 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Survey Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Class Cabinet 2; Pep Club 
4; Spectrum 4. 
55, 182, 187 

JOYCE LONCALA P.J.s 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Euclidian Rep. 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3. 4. 
55 

RICHARD LONCHAR Dick 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Survey Rep. 3; Editorial Staff 4; Pho- 
tographer 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Football 2, 
3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Spirit's Club 4; 
Hall Guard 2, 4. 

44, 55, 68, 178, 179, 180, 189, 190, 199, 202. 
224, 254 

JOAN LUBE Joan 

N.H.S. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 4; Majorette Club 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; 
Euclidian Business Staff 4; Co-Ads Manager 
4; Fall Play Cast 3; Big Show Cast 4; Master 
Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Euclidian Rep. 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4. 
55, 173, 182, 187, 196, 197, 199, 202 

WENDY LUCAS Wendy 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 2; F.N.A. 4; Fall Play 
Cast 4; Play Night Cast 4; Spring Play Cast 
4; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4; Panther 
Mascot 4; Prom Committee 4; Class Guidance 
Council 2. 

55, 182, 184, 187, 208 

JOHN LUDWICK John 

56 

LINDA LYTLE Lynn 

Friendship Club 3. 

56 

GEORGE MACQUARRIE George 

Boy's Glee Club 4: Fall Play Cast 3; Concert 
Band 2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2; Cross 
Country 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; 
Track 3; Pep Club 4. 

56, 173, 245 

JUDY MACY "J" 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 

2, 3, 4; Ushering 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
56, 187, 208 

GLORIA MADDA Glor 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 

3, 4; Ushering 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Senior 
Assembly 4. 

56, 208 

BEVERLY MADEY Bev 

World Affairs 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 4; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 3. 
28, 56, 233 

PENNELOPE MAHER Pennie 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3; Spirit's Club 4; Treasurer 4. 
56, 189 



MARCIA MAIZEL Mish 

Student Council 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 
57 

MARIANNE MALANEY Abby 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 
3: Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3. 
57, 182 

KENNETH MALCHOW Ken 

Key Club 3, 4; Football 2; Cross Country 3, 
4; Letterman 4; Basketball 2, 4; Letterman 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 
4; Hall Guard 3; Captain 3. 
57, 218, 219, 221, 245, 254 



DONALD MANN 



Don 



JOHN MARKATOS John 

Camera Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Bowl- 
ing 3. 
57, 204 



CYNTHIA MARKERT 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 
57 



Cindy 



JACK MARSH "Swamp" 

Key Club 4; Swimming 3; Bowling 4; Senior 
Assembly 4. 
57, 188 

STEPHANIE MARSHALL Stevie 

G.A.A. 2; Transferred to Euclid in Senior 
Year. 

57 



RICHARD MARTIN 
Printer's Club 2. 

57 



Dick 



WILLIAM MARTON Bill 

Swim Club 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Letterman's Club 4. 
57, 183, 240 

PETER MASKUNAS Coon 

Student Council 2; Big Show Cast 2, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Football 2, 3. 4; Letterman 4; 
Track 2; Letterman's Club 4; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4; Foreman's Club 4. 
57, 76, 224, 254 

GAYNELL MATHSON Ga\ 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Ad Club 
2, 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Cashier 4; Rep. 2, 3; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4. 
57, 188, 196, 199 

ELLEN MATLOCK Ellen 

G.A.A. 2. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

57 



DELORES MATTIS 
World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4. 
58, 182 

JOHN MATZELLE 
Track 4. 
58, 253 



Dee 



John 



FRANK MAUCERI F.M. 

Big Show Cast 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 3; Foot- 
ball 2; Track 2; Golf 4: Class Guidance Coun- 
cil 2; Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
58 

MARY MAUFF Mary 

G.A.A. 2. 

58 

RONALD MAY Ron 

Movie Club 2; Stage Crew Club 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2. 
58 

HENRY MAYER Hank 

Student Council 2. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3. 4. 
58 



323 






GEORGE McCREIGHT George 

Student Council 4; Camera Club 2, 3. 

ray Mcculloch Ray 

58 

MARLENE McDERMENT Marce 

World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Ushering 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; GA.A. 4. 
58, 182 

DAVID McGOWAN Magoo 

Baseball 4; Letterman 4; Hall Guard 4; Fore- 
man's Club 4. 
58, 211 

MARCIA McPHERSON Marcia 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World 
Affairs 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclidian Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Circulation Manager 4; Rep. 4; 
Friendship Club 2; GA.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 4. 

58, 195, 197 

NORMAN MEDLEN Norm 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4. 

58 

DORIS MEKEDIS Doris 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; GA.A. 2. 3; Eu- 
clidian Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 
2; Pep Club 4. 
4, 58, 75, 182, 187 

ROBERT MERVAR Bob 

Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Board of Directors 4: Pit Band 3, 4; Big Show 
Band 4. 

59, 167, 168 

ROBERT MERVIS Bob 

N.F.L. 2; Orchestra 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4. 
59, 167, 170 

NANCY MESOJEDEC Nanc 

GA.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 4. 

59 

MARY ANN MEYERS Mary Ann 

GA.A. 4; Friendship Club 2. 

59 

SARA MIDDLEBROOK Sarie 

Girl's Glee Club 2; President 2; Big Show Pro- 
duction Staff 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Feature Editor 4; Eucuyo 
3; Pep Club 4. 
59, 173, 190, 199 

MARY MIDDLETON Mary 

I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2; GA.A. 2. 3; Euclidian Rep. 
4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Program Man- 
ager 4; Rep. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ush- 
ering 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 4. 
59, 187, 192, 193, 199 

ELIZABETH MIKLAVCIC Liz 

59 

RONALD MIKOVIC Ron 

N.F.L. 2; Bookstore Worker 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Class Guidance Council 2; Hall Guard 
2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
59 

BARBARA MILAVEC Dizzv 

GA.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 
59 

HEATHER MILLAR Heather Babes 

N.H.S. 3. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Social Editor 4; 
GA.A. 2, 3, 4; President 4; Friendship Club 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep Club 4; Spirit's 
Club 3, 4; President 4; Hall Guard 3; Senior 
Assembly 4; Panther of the Week 4. 
28, 59, 178, 183, 189, 194, 199, 202, 213 

CATHERINE MILLER Cathy 

59 

JUDITH MILLER Judy 

59 



RONALD MILLER Ron 

Bookstore Worker 4; Play Night Production 
Staff 4; Spring Play Production Staff 4; Big 
Show Production Staff 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly 4. 

59, 135 

DIANE MILMONT Di 

Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall 
Guard 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 
60 

JOHN MIROSAVICH John 

Student Council 4: Bookstore Worker 2, 3; 
Football 2; Baseball 2. 
60 

JAMES MOCHAN Moe 

N.F.L. 4; World Affairs 2; Student Council 3; 
Big Show Cast 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Class 
Guidance Council 2; Hall Guard 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Assembly 4. 
60 

DONALD MOCK Don 

Student Council 2; Swim Club 2; Orchestra 2; 
Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2; March- 
ing Band 2; Euclid Choir 2. Master Singers 
3, 4; President 4; Swimming 2, 3; Hall Guard 
2, 3, 4. 

60. 172 



SIMON MOHLER 

Student Council 2, 3. 
60 



Si 



DENIS MOHORIC Den 

P. A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terman 4: Track 2. 
60, 167, 207, 224 

BRUCE MOLNAR Fnzzv-Moe 

Student Council 2; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Football 4; Baseball 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terman 4; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4; 
Spectrum 4. 
60, 240 



DEANNA MONROE 
GA.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2. 
60 

WILLIAM MOORE 

Foreman's Club 4. 
60, 211 



Dee 



Bill 



MARLENE MOREL Mar 

F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; World Af- 
fairs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 4; Big Show Cast 4; GA.A. 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2. 3; 
Class Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assem- 
bly 4; Prom Committee 4. 
61 



PETER MORKUNAS 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 
61 

JEFFREY MORRIS 
61 

LEE MORRIS 
Hall Guard 4. 
61 



Pete 



Scrot 



Morev 



DENNIS MORRISON Dennv 

World Affairs 4; Key Club 4; Wrestling 2. 
61, 188 



GARY MOSS 

Basketball 2. 
61 



Spider 



THOMAS MOULIS Tom 

Football 2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 
62, 224, 234 

SUSAN MUEHLEISEN Sue 

Student Council 4; Megaphone Club 2; Euclid 
Choir 3; Girl's Glee Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Homecoming Committee 4. 
62, 174 



JAMES MRAMOR Urn 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 

62 

SUSAN MUELLER Sue 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive 
Board 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Mounting 
Editor 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Spectrum 4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4. 
62, 187, 194, 199, 202, 208 

BONNA MUIR Bon 

Student Council 3; Megaphone Club 2; Cheer- 
leader 2; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 2, 4; Survey 
Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 
2, 3; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 
62 



ANN MURPHY 
Dance Club 2. 
62 

CHARLOTTE MURRAY 

Friendship Club 2. 
62 



Ann 



Delinquent 



DALIA MUSTEIKIS Dalia 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Letterwinner 2; Euclidian Rep. 
3; Ads Staff 4; Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 2; 
Senior Scandal 4. 
62, 196, 198, 199 



RAYMOND MYLAR 

62 



Ray 



JUANITA NADA Nita 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2. 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Head Majorette 
4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3; Buck- 
eye Girl's State Rep. 4; Homecoming Queen 
4; Attendant 3. 

62, 155, 202, 212, 232, 233, 263, 265, 267 

HOWARD NEBE Howie 

Movie Club 2; Hall Guard 4. 
62 

CHARLOTTE NELSON Charlie 

World Affairs 3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Eu- 
cuyo 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; Hall Guard 3. 
62 

WILLIAM NIEHAUS Will 

World Affairs 4; Student Council 2, 3; Big 
Show Cast 4; Class Cabinet 2, 3; Hall Guard 
4; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 4. 
63 

PATRICIA NOBBE Mafia 

G.A.A. 2; Survey Cub Reporter 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep Club 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Panther Mascot 4. 
63 

GLORIA NOSAN Harriet 

N.H.S. 3. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Executive .Board 4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Rep. 2, 3; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.L.C. 4; Class Vice-President 3; Pep Club 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; Secretary 4; Buckeye Girl's 
State Rep. 3; Prom Committee 3; Homecom- 
ing Attendant 4; Spring Sports Attendant 3. 
28, 30, 63, 189, 194, 195, 199, 202, 212, 263 
265, 267 

DONALD NOVAK Don 

Key Club 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Baseball 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3. 4. 

63, 254 

LAWRENCE NOVAK Larry 

Stage Crew Club 3. 4; Fall Play Production 
Staff 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 
63, 204 

EUGENE O'SABEN Gene 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2; Cross Country 4; 
Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 4; 
Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 
46,63, 218, 221, 253 



324 






RICHARD OCKUNZZI Rich 

Honor Study Hall 3; Tennis 3; Bowling 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3. 
20,63 

JOSEPH ODDA Joe 

N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; President 3; P. A. Club 4; An- 
nouncer 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night Cast 
2, 3; Spring Play Cast 2; Thespians 2, 3, 4; 
President 3; Spectrum 4. 
63, 200, 201, 260, 261 

ANDREW OGRIN Tex 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Euclid 
Choir 3; Fall Play Cast 2, 3. 
63 



PATRICIA PERROTTI Pat 

G.AA. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3: Honor Study 
Hall 3. 
65 



ROBERT OLESKI 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 

63, 188 



Bob 



DONNA OPALK Donna 

Euclidian Rep. 3; Friendship Club 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 
63 

EDWARD ORAZEN Eddie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Captain 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Letter- 
man's Club 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 
4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; 
Class Cabinet 4; Halt Guard 2, 3. 4; Panther 
of the Week 4; Prom Committee 4. 
14, 27, 63, 202, 224, 234, 236, 254, 258, 265 

MALCOLM OREBAUGH Mai 

N.F.L. 4; World Affairs 4; Stage Crew Club 2; 
Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 
64, 182, 188 

SHERMAN OTT Sherm 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 2; Fore- 
man's Club 4. 
64 

BONNITA OWEN Bonnie 

N.F.L. 3, 4; F.N. A. 4; Spring Play Production 
Staff 3; G.A.A. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Ushering 2; Pep Club 4. 
64, 184 

PATRICIA PADO Delinquent 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4. 

64, 182, 208 

LEE PAGE Bool 

Honor Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2. 

64 

RONALD PAGON Ron 

39,65 

CHRISTINE PAJK Chris 

Movie Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
3; F.B.L.A. 4. 
65 

WILLIAM PALKO, JR. Pac-Rat 

Football 4; Baseball 3; Bowling 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 
65 

LILLIAN PAPP Lil 

World Affairs 3; Euclidian Rep. 4; G.A.A. 2. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
2; F.B.L.A. 4. 
65 

WILLIAM PATTON Bill 

Football 2; Basketball 4; Class Cabinet 3. 

65, 245 

PRISCILLA PAUL Dolh 

I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 3; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Girl's Glee 
Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
News Editor 4; Reporter 3, 4; Rep. 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; Homecoming 
Committee 4. 
48, 65, 77, 187, 190, 233, 263 



LINDA PERZ 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Pep Club 4. 

65 



Lin 



CAROLINE PAVELKA 
65 



Blondie 



BARBARA PETERSEN Barb 

F.T.A. 2; Megaphone Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Master Singers 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 4; Euclidian Rep. 2, 3; Friendship 
Club 2; Pep Club 4. 
65, 173 

GERALD PETERSEN Pete 

Euclid Choir 2; Master Singers 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 2, 3; Rep. 
2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3; Golf 3, 4. 
65, 66, 79, 173 

MARLENE PETRIK. Mar 

Student Council 2, 3; G.A.A. 2. 

65 

JOHN PETRO lack 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 
65, 201 

DIANE PETROU Diane 

Movie Club 4; Friendship Club 3. 
65 

VICTOR PETROVIC Vic 

N.H.S. 4; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 
4; Truck 3, 4. 
65, 218, 253 

ROGER PETROVICH Rog 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Foreman's 
Club 4. 
65, 211 

CAROL PHILLIPS Carol 

N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Megaphone Club 2; P.A. 
Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep 
Club 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; G.L.C. 4. 
65. 187, 196,202,207, 212 

NANCY PHILLIPS Nan 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 4. 

65 

JOHN PICCIANO John 

Movie Club 2, 3. 
65 

JANIS PIKE Jan 

F.T.A. '2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid 
Choir 3; Master Singers 4; G.A.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3, 4; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 4. 

65, 172, 187, 208 

ANNE PINTER Anne 

G.A.A 4; Survey Rep. 2. 

66 

DIANE PISEK D.P. 

Student Council 3; Movie Club 3, 4; Book- 
store Worker 3; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Pep Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 

66. 205, 208 

JUDY PODOBNIKAR Podobs 

Student Council 2; G.A.A. 2, 4; Euclidian Rep. 
3; Friendship Club 3; Pep Club 4. 
66 

KAREN PODWILS Karen 

Movie Club 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 3; Pep Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 
66, 174, 205 

BOB POLLUTRO Roc* 

Class Cabinet 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 4. 
66 

JAMES POSTLE Jim 

66 

JEANNETTE POSTLE Jean 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 

66 



SHARON POUSS 

Friendship Club 4. 
67 

ALLEN PRETNAR 
Drama Club 3. 
67 



Shari 



Al 



STANLEY PRIJATELJ Stan 

Concert Band 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2. 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Cadet Band 2. 
25, 67, 167 

ALICE PRIORESCHI Alice 

World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 
6, 67, 182 



LUCY PROKOP 

Girl's Glee Club 2. 
67 



Lou 



JEFFREY PROUDFOOT Jeff 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3. 
4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 
67. 178, 254 

WILLIAM PUGH Bill 

Fall Play Cast 3, 4; Play Night Cast 3; Spring 
Play Production Staff 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; 
Thespians 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
67, 200, 204 



MATTHEW PULEO 

67 

DENNIS PUNGERCHAR 
67 



Matt 
Punky 



DONALD PURTILL Don 

Honor Study Hall 2; Football 3; Track 2; Hall 
Guard 4. 
67 

SARAH RALLS Sarah 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; F.T.A. 

4; Fall Play Cast 4; G.A.A. 3. 4; Friendship 

Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Euclidian Ads Staff 

4. 

4, 67. 174, 184, 196 

MADELINE RANDAZZO Madeline 

Student Council 2; Majorette Club 2, 3. 4; 
Majorette 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. 3. 
4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
G.L.C. 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 3. 
8. 67, 81, 212, 232, 263 

THOMAS RANKIN Rank 

Student Council 3: Choral Masters 2, 3, 4; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Football 2. 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2; 
Track 3; Letterman's Club 4; Spirit's Club 3; 
Survey Rep. 4. 
68, 172, 224, 234, 254 

KATHLEEN RASH Kay 

Majorette Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 3; Ushering 2; Hall Guard 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 
68 

PATRICIA RAYMOND Pat 

68 

CAROL REBA Schultzie 

Megaphone Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2. 4; Eu- 
clid" Choir 3, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 2; 
Play Night Production Staff 2; Spring Play 
Production Staff 2, 3; Big Show Cast 4; Pro- 
duction Staff 3; G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Euclidian Rep. 
2, 3; Survev Rep. 2. 3; Friendship Club 2. 3, 
4; Ushering 2. 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Class 
Cabinet 2. "3; Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Homecom- 
ins; Committee 3. 4; Class Guidance Council 
2. '3, 4. 
22, 28.69, 174, 208 



KEITH REDLIN 
69 



Frog 



325 



MICHAEL REBA Reeb 

Euclidian Rep. 4; Cross Country 4; Basketball 
2 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 
69, 218, 245 

JUDITH REICHENBACH Judy 

World Affairs 3; Majorette Club 2; Big Show 
Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2; Ush- 
ering 2; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 
32,69, 210, 262 

BARBARA RHOADES Barb 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Ensemble 4; Master Sing- 
ers 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3; 
Pep Club 4. 
69, 172, 208 

PATRICK RICHARDS Pat 

Movie Club 3, 4; President 4; Play Night Pro- 
duction Staff 4; Big Show Production Staff 4; 
Senior Assembly 4. 
69, 205 

JAMES RICHARDSON Jim 

Swim Club 4; Key Club 4; Fall Play Cast 3; 

Honor Study Hall 3; Wrestling 2. 

69 

BONITA RITZ Bonnie 

NHS 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 3; Ma- 
jorette Club 2; G.AA. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 
69, 187, 208,209 

ANN ROBERTS Penny 

N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; 
Master Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Rep. 3; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4. 
69, 173 

BEVERLY ROBERTS Bev 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 4; Big Show 4; Concert 
Band 3. 4; Librarian 4; Marching Band 2, 3 
4; Cadet Band 2; Pit Band 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3 
Euclidian Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 
Cabinet 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4. 
69, 167, 169, 184, 209 

JEANNETTE ROBERTS Jay 

F.T.A. 3; World Affairs 3; Megaphone Club 
2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Master Singers 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 3; Friendship 
Club 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Mon- 
itor 3; Hall Guard 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Prom Committee 3. 
69, 172, 230 

RUTH ROBERTS Ruthie 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 3; Majorette Club 2, 
3; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
22, 69, 187 

RICHARD ROMAN Rich 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Senior 
Scandal 4; Co-Editor. 4. 
69 



JOSEPH ROMANO Joe 

N.H.S. 3. 4; Vice-President 4; N.F.L. 4; I.Q.S. 
4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant Pic- 
ture Editor 4; Baseball 2. 
69, 194, 199,201, 202 

BARBARA ROMISHER Barb 

Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Big 

Show Cast 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; G.A.A. 

2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 

2, 3; Monitor 3; Pep Club 4; Senior Assembly 

4. 

7, 69, 232 

JOYCE ROSCHY Frenchy 

Friendship Club 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Junior Year. 
69 



DONNA ROSITANO Donna 

Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2; Senior Assembly 4. 
69 

PATRICIA ROTE Pat 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; Fall 
Play Production Staff 3, 4; Play Night Produc- 
tion Staff 3, 4; Spring Play Production Staff 3, 
4; Big Show Production Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Assistant Art 
Editor 3; Art Editor 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Thespians 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 
4; Pep Club. 

69, 190, 199, 202,212, 215 

CHARLES ROWLES Chuck 

70 

SHARON RUMOHR Sharon 

Student Council 3; Friendship Club 3; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 

70, 160 

WILLIAM RUSS Willy 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Golf 2; Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior 
Assembly 4. 
70 

MICHELE SABETTI Mike 

F.T.A. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 
4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 
4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
70, 174, 187, 196, 208 

RICHARD SAK Rich 

World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Swim- 
ming 2; Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
70 



Lo 



3; Friendship Club 3, 4; 



John 



LOIS SALMICK 
N.F.L. 4; G.A.A. 
Hall Guard 4. 
70 

JOHN SAMSA 
Honor Study Hall 2. 
70 

DENNIS SARICH Denny 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Euclidian Rep. 3; Editorial Staff 4; Art Editor 
4- Eucuyo 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Spectrum 4. 
70, 173, 194. 198, 199,202 

RICHARD SARVER Dick 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Boy's Glee Club 3; Euclid- 
ian Business Staff 4; Co-Ads Manager 4; Fall 
Play Cast 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Board of 
Directors 4; Pit Band 3. 4: Master Singers 3, 
4; Survey Rep. 2, 3, 4; Business Staff 3; Class 
Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3. 
70, 167, 196, 199 

SHIRLEY SAWYER Shirley 

70 

DONALD SBROCCO Don 

70 

BARBARA SCANLON Barb 

Hall Guard 2. 
70 

JULIANNE SCHEFF Mi 

Homecoming Committee 4; Megaphone Club 

2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; Ushering 

3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 

4. 

22, 71, 192, 263 

PATRICIA SCHEIBEL Pat 

Euclidian Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 4. 
71 

DOROTHEA SCHMIDT Dotty 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Cabinet 4; Ushering 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 
4; Captain 4; Euclidian Ads Staff 4. 
71, 182, 187, 196, 208 



KATHLEEN SCHMIDT Kathy 

N.H.S. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Conces- 
sions Manager 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Class 
Secretary 4; Class Cabinet 3. 
31, 54, 71, 195, 196, 199, 208, 209, 263 

BARBARA SCHMITT Barb 

Student Council 2; Majorette Club 2; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night Cast 
3; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Master Singers 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 4; Survey Rep. 2, 3; Pep Club 4. 

72, 172 

LARRY SCHNEIDER Schnitz 

Student Council 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class 
Secretary 2; Class President 4; Class Cabinet 

2. 3, 4; Spirit's Club 4; Hall Guard 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Assembly 4; Prom Committee 4. 

31, 72, 189,224, 254 

SHARON SCHOTT Sherry 

Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 2; 
Survey Rep. 3; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 
4; Senior Assembly 4. 
72, 233 

RONALD SCHUBERT Ron 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Key Club 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 2. 

72 

KATHRYN SCHUETTE Kathi 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Executive Board 3, 4; Social Chairman 3; 
Homecoming Chairman 4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Staff Editor 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Secretary 
3; Euclidian Rep. 3; Survey Rep. 4; Eucuyo 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 4; Pep Club 4; Buckeye 
Girl's State Rep. 4; Panther of the Week 4; 
Spectrum 4. 

72, 134, 159, 178, 179, 181, 194, 199, 202, 
208, 259 

NANCY SCHWARTS Nance 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Girl's Glee Club 2. 
28, 72, 173, 178, 187, 192, 193, 199, 202, 212 

JOHN SCHWEMLER John 

Master Singers 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Rep. 4; Survey 2, 3, 4; Rep. 3, 4; Business Staff 

3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; G.L.C. 
3, 4; Pep Club 4. 



JOAN SCOTT Joan 

F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Senior Scandal 4. 
72, 81, 184 

VIRGINIA SEBOCK Midge 

G.A.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 4. 

72 

BONNIE SEIFERT Bonnie 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; Girl's Glee Club 
2; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
3,' 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 

72, 182, 184, 187,208 

JOAN SERES Jo-Jo 

Jr. Red Cross 2; Honor Study Hall 4. 

72 

FRED SERNEL Fred 

72 

VAUGHN SESTAK Vonnie 

Big Show Cast 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4; Friendship Club 
2, 4; Hall Guard 4; Senior Scandal 4. 

73, 107, 208 

THOMAS SHANNON Tom 

Stage Crew Club 4; Eucuyo 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Thespians 4; Track 4; Class Cabinet 4; 
Hall Guard 3, 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jun- 
ior Year. 
73, 200 



326 




CAROL SHENKEL Shenk 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
28, 64, 73,75, 182 

ROBERT SHERRY Bob 

Honor Study Hall 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Junior Year. 
73 

DANIEL SHIELDS Dan 

Baseball 2; Swimming 2, 3; Hall Guard 3, 4; 
Senior Assembly '4. 
22, 34, 73 

ALAN SHINAGAWA Alvin 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 4; Bookstore Worker 3. 4; Con- 
cert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2; 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Euclidian Ads Staff 4. 
73, 178, 203, 210,218,254 

MICHAEL SIKORA Mike 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 4; Football 4; Letter- 
man 4; Baseball 4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4. 
52, 73,224, 254 

KATHLEEN SIMMONS Kathy 

Movie Club 2. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship 
Club 4. 

73, 205 

LAWRENCE SINGER Larry 

Euclid Choir 2, 3: Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night 
Cast 4; Spring Play Cast 4; Big Show Cast 2, 
3, 4; Master Singers 4; Thespians 4. 

73 

MARIAM SINGER Mickey 

G.A.A. 3 

73 

ELAINE SIPPOLA Sip 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. 3; Class Cabinet 
4; Pep Club 4. 
28,73 

GENE SIRCA Gene 

Concert Band 2; Football 2. 

73 

KENNETH SKULA Ken 

73 

JON SLAVBAUGH Jon 

Student Council 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 4; Captain 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
74 

PATRICIA SMICIKLAS Pat 

74 

CHARLENE SMITH Char 

Majorette Club 2, 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Sec- 
retary 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3; G.L.C. 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 
4; Senior Assembly 4. 
22, 74, 76, 193, 212 

DOUGLAS SMITH Doug 

Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 

74 

GARY SMITH Gary 

Bowling 2, 3, 4. 

74, 252 

JACQUELINE SMITH Jackie 

World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 
4. 
74 

PHILIP SMITH Phil 

Foreman's Club 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4. 
74,211 

MICHAEL SMOLINSKY Mi*e 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 



PEGGY SNYDER 

Movie Club 4. 
74, 205 



Pen 



RICHARD STASIENKO 

77 



Richard 



JOANNE SOBLESKY Red 

Majorette Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 
74 



RONALD SOTKA 

Hall Guard 4. 
74 



Ron 



MARY ANN SOVICH Mary Ann 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; World Af- 
fairs 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; F.N.A. 
4; G.A.A. 2; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3; Re- 
porter 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 4. 
74, 182. 184, 199. 207 



KENNETH SOWUL 

Camera Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

75 



Ken 



RAYMOND SPACAGNA Ray 

World Affairs 4; Basketball 3; Transferred to 
Euclid in Junior Year. 

75 

CAROL SPENA Carol 

Friendship Club 2, 3. 
75, 160 

JERALD SPENCER Jerry 

Movie Club 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2; Euclid 
Choir 2; Wrestling 2. 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3. 

75,257 

GERALD SPENKO Jerry 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Fall Play Cast 3; Concert 
Band 2, 3; Marching Band 3; Pit Band 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3; 
Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 

75, 86, 188, 218, 254 

PATRICIA SPRINGER Pat 

Euclid Choir 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
4; F.B.L.A. 4. 

74, 75 

DAVID SPROCHI "Sprach" 

Student Council 2; Euclid Choir 2; Master 
Singers 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4: Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 4; Class Guidance Council 3, 
4; Spirit's Club 4; Vice-President 4; Hall Guard 

2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. 

76, 81. 173, 189, 224, 154 

RICHARD STADLER Rich 

76 

RUTH STAFFORD Ruthie 

76 

SHARON STAHLER Sherri 

N.H.S. 3. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; An- 
nouncer 3, 4; Technician 2; Euclidian Business 
Staff 4; Business Manager 4; Master Singers 

3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 
76, 196, 199, 206 

ULRICH STAMM Vlli 

Swim Club 2; Swimming 2, 3. 

76 

CAROL STANLEY Carol 

World Affairs 3; Majorette Club 3; Megaphone 
Club 2: Big Show Cast 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 
76 

SUSAN STANWYCK Sue 

Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep 
Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
76, 174, 184 



JANICE STEFANSKI Jan 

G.A.A. 2; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 4; 
Ushering 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior As- 
sembly 4. 
77, 208 



THOMAS STEICH 

Basketball 3. 

77 

CHARLES STEVEN 
Hall Guard 3. 

77 



Tom 



Chuck 



STEVE SMRDEL 

74 



Steve 



PATSY STARNES 

G.A.A. 2. 3; Friendship Club 3. 

76 



Pat 



DANIEL STEVENSON Oscar 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; 
Survey Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 2, 3; Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 4; 
Cub of the Month 2; Eucuyo 3; Panther of the 
Week 4. 
77, 179, 202, 244, 245, 248, 254, 265 

BEVERLY STONE Bev 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 4. 

77 

JOHN STONEBACK Stoney 

Stage Crew Club 2; Big Show Production Staff 

2, 3; Concert Band 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 2, 

3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Band 
Sergeant 4. 

77, 167, 168 

ROSEMARY STRAH ■■Ro" 

Friendship Club 2, 4. 

77, 208 

ELINOR STRAUB "El" 

Jr. Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2. 

77 

JOSEPH STURM Joe 

77 

JACK SUBEL John 

World Affairs 4; Spring Play Cast 4; Survey 
Rep. 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

77 

JUDITH SUHAR Judy 

World Affairs 3. 4; Megaphone Club 2: Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 3; Euclid Choir 
3; Master Singers 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3: Ushering 2. 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Homecoming Committee 
4. 
22, 59. 76,77, 173, 182 

EILEEN SULLIVAN Zelda 

F.T.A. 3; World Affairs 3; Student Council 3. 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4; P.A. 
Club 3; Technician 3; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Class Treasurer 3; Class Cabinet 3: Hall Guard 
3; Captain 3; Senior Assembly 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3: Homecoming Attendant 2. 
64, 78, 232 

JUDY SULLIVAN Judy 

G.A.A. 3. 

78 

NANCY SULLIVAN Nance 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4: World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 
2 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2. 3. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 3; Honor Study Hall 2: Pep Club 
4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Spectrum 4. 

78, 182. 196, 199. 263 

DEANNE SUSNIS Dee 

Survey Rep. 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2. 
78 

BARBARA SVRGA Barb 

F.T.A. 2, 3: Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2. 
78, 180 



327 



J> 



MARY SUSTERSIC Mitzi 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 4; Ad Club 3, 4; Swim 
Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 

2 

78, 182, 187, 208 

ROSEMARY SYRACUSE Ro 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall 
Guard 3. 
78 



VERNA SYRACUSE 
Friendship Club 4. 
78, 160, 208 



Dollie 



SHARON SZALEK Sharon 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2. 

78 



JOSEPH TANNENBAUM 

Hall Guard 4. 

79 

GARY TAYLOR 

Bowling 3. 
79 



Joe 



Gary 



ROCKWELL TAYLOR Rocky 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 3; Basketball 2; Track 4. 
79, 135, 167 

WILLIAM TEKAVIC Willy 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Letterman 
4; Letterman's Club 4. 
79, 178 

JANICE TELISMAN Jan 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall Play Cast 3; Big Show 
Cast 2; Master Singers 3, 4; Executive Board 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Rep. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 4; Prom 
Committee 3. 
79, 172. 178. 183 

CHARLES TERRANOVA Chuck 

N.H.S. 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Football 
2, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Class 
Vice President 2; Class Cabinet 2, 3; Pep Club 
4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 
79, 224, 254 



CHRISTOPHER TETRICK 
Honor Study Hall 2; Wrestling 2. 
80 



Kris 



DAVID THOMAS Dave 

Wrestling 2; Golf 2; Letterman 2; Letterman's 

Club 2. 

80 

CHARLES TILK Chuck 

Honor Study Hall 3; Football 2; Cross Coun- 
try 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 4. 
80 

NANCY TILLY Tilly 

Ad Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 
2; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 
80 

PENELOPE TINKER Penny 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Executive Board 3, 4; Secretary 3; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Edito- 
rial Staff 4; Assistant Editor 4; Fall Play Cast 
3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 2, 4; 
Pep Club 4; Spirit's Club 4; Cub of the Month 
2; Prom Committee 3, 4 
80, 178, 179, 189, 194, 202, 212 

LOUIS TOLAR Lou 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Foreman's Club 4. 
80, 211 



BEVERLY TOMLE 

G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 

80 



JOHN TRAUGER Terry 

N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; 
Key Club 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3: Hall Guard 3. 
63, 80, 183, 188, 202, 240, 242 

DONNA TRENTEL Donna 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2: Ushering 3. 
80 

CHARLES TRINITE Bud 

80 

CARL TROUTEN JR. Fred 

Camera Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 2, 4. 
80 

SHEILA TROYER Pigeon 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. Friend- 
ship Club 4; Spectrum 4. 
81, 208 



SUSAN TROXELL 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

80 



Sue 



THOMAS TUCKERMAN Friar Tuck 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Baseball 3; Letterman 
3; Lab Technician 4. 
81 



WILLIAM TURK 
81 



Willie 



VERONICA TURNER Ronni 

World Affairs 3; Megaphone Club 2; Cheer- 
leader 2; Big Show Cast 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 
2; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2. 3. 4; Senior Assembly 4. 
32, 81, 263 

JUANITA TYJEWSKI Nila 

World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 



81, 182 

BEVERLY TYLER 
G.A.A. 2. 

81 

EILEEN TYRRELL 



Bev 



Ft 



Bev 



Student Council Rep. 2; G.A.A. 2; Survey Rep. 

2; Friendship Club 2. 

81 

GEORGE UNION Joe 

81 

RONALD UNKEFER Ron 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 3; Transferred to 
Euclid in Junior Year. 
81 

PATRICIA URANKAR Patti 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 2; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 3. 
81 

SANDRA URSINI Sandy 

81 

SAUNDRA UTTERBACK Sandy 

Friendship Club 2, 4. 
81 

MARGARET VAGASKY Marge 

I.Q.S. 3. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 3, 4; 
P. A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 3; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 4; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
82, 182, 187, 196, 199,207 

WILLIAM VALENTINO Val 

82 

BARBARA VALINCE Barb 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 3; 
Swim Club 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Concert Band 
2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 4; Euclidian Rep. 3. 
82, 183 



FRANK VAN TILBURG Frank 

Fall Play Cast 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3. 

82, 167 

ANTHONY VARDIAN Tony 

Camera Club 2; Orchestera 4; Fall Play Cast 
3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; 
Marching Band 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 

83, 187, 204 

ROBERT VERH Bob 

83 

DAVID VERSHALL Dave 

83 

MARGARET VICIC Margaret 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3. 

83 

RANDOLPH VIRANT Randy 

Movie Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Football 
2; Hall Guard 4. 
83 

ANTHONY VITANZA Tony 

Big Show Cast 4; Wrestling 2; Baseball 2. 
83 

KATHLEEN VIVIANO Kathy 

F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Student Council 2; Movie Club 

2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Euclidian Rep. 
4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2. 

83, 205 

BARBARA WALLACE Barbie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive 
Board 4; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; 
Master Singers 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Euclidian 
Rep. 2, 3; Survey 2, 3, 4; Cub Reporter 2; 
Friendship Club 2. 3; Ushering 2, 3; G.L.C. 

3, 4; Class Cabinet 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
83, 172, 187, 202, 212 



RICHARD WALLACE 

83 

DIANE WALZER 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2. 

83 



Dick 



Di 



LINDA WARNKE Linda 

N.H.S. 4: F.T.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 
4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Spectrum 4. 
22, 83, 187, 196, 262 

RONALD WATT What? 

Honor Study Hall 3; Baseball 2, 3; Hall Guard 
3, 4. 
83 

HALLE WEBB Halle 

Wrestling 2. 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 
83, 234, 254 

LARRY WEEKS Larry 

N.F.L. 4; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2: Debate 
Team 4. 
83, 205 

JOSEPH WEIBLE Webes 

N.F.L. 4; Key Club 4; Fall Play Cast 4; 
Marching Band 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Cross 
Country 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 
83, 218, 234 

SHARON WELCH Sharon 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 
83, 187, 208 

MARILYN WENGER Princess 

Euclidian Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Ushering 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Pep Club 

4. 

83, 208 



DENNIS WHELAN 
83 



Dennis 



328 






JOHN WHITEHEAD John 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2. 
83 

JAMES WHITTAKER Jay 

Swim Club 2; Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2. 
84, 188. 240 

WAYNE WILLIAMS Willie 

84 

LINDA WILLIAMSON Linda 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4. 
84, 205 

RAYMOND WILSON Willie 

Aeronautics Club 2. 
84 

ELAINE WILTSHIRE Elaine 

World Affairs 3; Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Librar- 
ian 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Pit Band 2, 4; G.A.A. 2. 
84, 167, 184 

CAROLE WINTERS Carole 

N.H.S. 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Fall Play Produc- 
tion Staff 3, 4; Play Night Production Staff 4; 
Spring Play Production Staff 2, 3. 4; Eucuyo 
4; Friendship Club 2; Thespians 4; Pep Club 
4; Senior Scandal 4; G.A.A. 4. 
62. 84, 183 

SUSAN WITHER Sue 

Girl's Glee Club 2; F.N.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

84 

WALTER WOHLGEMUTH Walt 

Student Council 3; Euclidian Rep. 2; Honor 

Study Hall 3; Tennis 2; Bowling 2; Hall Guard 

4. 

84, 135 



LESLEE WOLF 

85 

JON WOLFENBERG 

Golf 2. 

85 



Leslee 
Jon 



SANDRA WOLFF Sandi 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; Fall Play Director 4; Play 
Night Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Euclidian Rep. 3; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Thespians 4; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; Lin- 
guist Club 4; President 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4: Sprectum 4. 

RICHARD WOODRUFF Woody 

N.H.S. 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Fall 
Play Production Staff 4; Football 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3. 
70, 85, 207 

BRUCE YABROFF Bruce 

World Affairs 4; Camera Club 2; Key Club 4; 
Survey Business Staff 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 
3; Football 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4. 
85. 182, 188, 224, 254 



BONITA YANCHAR Bonnie 

N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; 
World Affairs 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Bookstore Worker 2, 
3, 4; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4; Assistant Advertising 4 
Rep. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2 
Class Cabinet 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 3 
Prom Committee 3. 
22, 48, 64, 85, 182, 187, 192, 193, 199, 210 

JACQUELINE YANCHAR Jackie 

World Affairs 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Bookstore Worker 3. 
4; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Assistant Business Manager 
4; Assistant Program Manager 4; Friendship 
Club 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Euclidian Rep. 3. 
22. 64, 85, 182, 193, 210, 262 

JOHN YANE Jack 

N.H.S. 3. 4; President 4; Student Council 2. 3, 
4; Boy's Glee Club 2, 3; Key Club 3; Fall Plav 
Cast 3; Big Show Cast 2, 4; Euclid Choir 2; 
Master Singers 3, 4; Survey Rep. 3. 4; Eucuyo 
3, 4; Swimming 4; Spirit's Club 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4; Panther of the Week 4; Joe Berg 
Science Seminar 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 
85, 158, 173. 178, 189, 202, 203 



MARY 7.AVODNIK 
Friendship Club 3. 
86 



Mare 



STAN YERAY 
Football 2; Bowling 2. 
85 

DIANE YERT 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2. 

85 



Stan 



Dee 



ROBERT YOUNG Tom 

N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4: World Affairs 4; Eu- 
clidian Business Staff 4; Ads Captain 4; Key 
Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Football 3, 
4; Letterman 3. 4; Swimming 2, 4; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 
63. 85, 182, 188, 197, 240, 242, 254 



GERRY YUHAS 
86 

DAVID YURKOVICH 

Movie Club 4; Bowling 2. 
86 



Spider 
Dave 



MICHAEL YUROSKO Mike 

Student Council 2; Survey Rep. 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Monitor 3; Baseball 2; Golf 4; Class 
Cabinet 4. 
86 



RALPH ZAKRAYSEK 

Baseball 2, 3; Swimming 3, 4. 
86. 240 



Uncle Ralph 



JUNIOR INDEX 



IAN If I /III /„„ 

World Affairs 3, 4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 2. 
86, 182, 184, 208 

ANN ZERAVIf'A Ann 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Euclidian Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Treasurer 4.; G.A.A. 3; Friendship 
Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4; Secretary 4. 
86, 178, 196, 197, 199 



CAROLE ZGONIC 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 
86 



Kitty 



CAROLYNE ZGONC Carol 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; F.B.L.A. 
4. 
86 

MARGARET ZIELDSKI Marge 

Student Council 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 



ROBERT ZIMMER 



Bob 



DAVID ZIMMERMAN Dave 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 3; Swim Club 2, 4; 
Treasurer 4; Key Club 4; Survey Business Staff 
4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 
86. 157, 183, 193, 240. 242 



JAMES ZIMMERMAN 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. 
86 



Jim 



PAULA ZIMMERMAN Paula 

Fall Play Production Staff 2; Play Night Pro- 
duction Staff 3; Spring Play Production Staff 
3; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
4; Hall Guard 4. 
86, 208 



BEVERLY ZUPANCIC 

Friendship Club 3, 4. 
86 

FRED ZUPANCIC 

Honor Study Hall 3. 
86 

JAMES ZUPANCIC 

Hall Guard 4. 

86 

RUDOLPH ZUPANCIC 

Camera Club 2. 
86 



Bev 



Fred 



Jim 



Rudy 



KENNETH ZUST Ken 

Swim Club 2; Euclidian Business Staff 4: Key 
Club 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Cross Country 3: 
Track 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2. 3. 4; Letterman 3. 
4; Captain 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Spirit's 
Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 
86, 188, 189, 196, 240, 242. 265 



Adkins, Joyce 93, 174. 208 

Ahey. Rhoda 93, 174, 186, 208 

Alexander, Ronald 93 

Aljancic, Diane 93,135,174 

Aljancic, James 93 

Allar, Connie 90, 93, 186. 208 

Allbery, Parsa 93, 208 

Allchin, Marie 93 

Alloway, Robert 93. 188, 193, 

198, 199, 205,240 
Altenweg, Henry 93,218,234 
Altknecht, James 93 
Amato, Charles 93 
Amato, Leona 93 
Amato, William 93 
Anderson, Jr., Allan 93 
Anderson, Ned 93, 178, 211 
Andrews. Lynn 93, 174 
Archbold, Richard 93 
Armstrong, David 93 
Arnold, Cathleen 93, 170, 174, 

186, 187, 190. 199 
Attamante, William 93, 224 
Auten, Joan 93 
Avery, Karen 93, 208 



174, 186. 193, 



93, 174, 182, 186, 



Bacnik, Gary 93 
Bacnik, Larry 93 
Bahr, Karen 93 
Bailey, Nancy 93, 

194, 199,212 
Bajec, Edward 93 
Ball, Ronnie 104 
Balogh, Carol 93 
Balsley, Kate 

198,209 
Banning, Tom 
Bates, Jillene 93, 208 
Bathory, Michael 92, 245, 246 
Bauer, Paula 178. 186, 190, 199 
Baum, Janice 92, 205 
Bayer, Charles 92,218,253 
Beck, Judith 106 
Beckwith, Thomas 92 
Beeke, Norman 92, 177, 188 
Beers, Wayne 94,211 
Beljan, Richard 92. 240 
Belpulsi, Concetta 92 
Bending. William 92 
Benlein. Janice 92 
Bernard. Michael 92 
Berry. Susan 90. 92, 186, 188 



Berthold, Helga 92. 186. 193 
Bertosa, James 92 
Besednik, Barbara 104. 208 
Betts. Robert 92 
Beyer, Alfred 92. 253 
Beyerle, Jane 92. 208 
Bielfelt, George 92 
Billings, Dennis 218 
Bittence, John 166, 167 
Bizzarri, Margaret 10, 92, 174 
Bizzarri, Robert 94 
Blasengame, Barbara 
Blasengame, Kenneth 
Bocskey, Joanne 92 
Bodnar, Connie 92 
Boehlke. Diana 92 

233. 263 
Boehmer. Bruce 94 
Boettner. Barbara 92 
Boettner, William 
Bogatay. Bonita 92, 173, 186. 

193, 230. 256 
Boros. Marquita 92 
Botz. Victoria 92. 208 
Bowman, Bonnie 94 
Boyd, Glen 107 



92 
94 



186.212. 



Boyle. Joseph 94. 182 
Brazee. James 108 
Breeden. Bill 94 
Breitsch. Marilvn 94. 208 
Brigden. Richard 94. 100, 178 
Brinovec, Geraldine 94 
Brinza. Dennis 94 
Bruch. Patricia 94 
Bubonics, Kenneth 94 
Budan. Margaret 94, 208 
Budic. Donna 96 
Bulicek. Earle 94 
Burk. Linda 90, 94, 174, 178 
Burke, George 94 
Busticky. R.~ 108 
Butler. Claudia 97. 174 
Cabala. David 101 
Camino. Diane 94. 201. 208 
Campbell. Nancy 208 
Carpenter. Robert 
Castro Vinci, William 94, 188 
Cavell, Sharon 94 
Cesa. James 94. 205. 253 
Chaunce. Richard 94, 188, 218 
Chiarello. Maxine 
Chicone. Robert 96 
Chinnici, Carole 94 



Chiofolo, Jeanette 94, 208 
Cholewicki. Kathleen 94 
Church. Mardy 94, 174. 193, 

199, 230, 256, 263 
Cicco, Philip 108 
Clark, Sharron 94 
Clemence, V. 104 
Cline, Carol 103, 174 
Clotts, Lorraine 94. 178. 185. 

186, 208 
Colan, Judy 98 
Collins, Carol. 94 
Collins, Francis 94 
Colonna, Wavne 94 
Colt, Rita 94 
Cook, Julie 94,201,208 
Cooper, William 94. 167, 204 
Copperstein. Robert 94 
Corea, Patricia 94 
Corrigan, Beverly 94, 208 
Corrigan, Patricia 94,186.206 
Couch, Charla 94 
Coup, Charles 
Coy, Dennis 94, 234 
Crahen. James 
Crane, Susan 94, 184, 208 
Crawford, Loman 94 
Crobaugh. Lynn 90,94,183 
Cummings. Helen 64. 94 
Cwik. Kathleen 95. 178, 186, 

208 
Cwiok, Paul 

D'Anna, Kathleen 101, 208 

D'Onofrio. Don 

Dackor, Gary 94, 224, 254 

Dadlow, Sandra 95, 172, 208 

Dague, William 94. 188 

Dailey, Kathleen 95 

Dardis, Danna 101 

Daugherty, Linda 106 

David, Howard 89, 95, 188, 205 

254 
Davidson, Paul 95, 207 
De Marco, Oliver 54, 95, 173, 

224, 254 
De More, Charles 96 
De More, Rosemary 102 
De Motte. Marium 90, 95, 173 
De Rosa, John 95 
Dean, Jo Ann 95, 208 
Dengel. Helen 95 
Dey, Lynette 95 
Di Vito, Richard 95 
Dieckmann, Ralph 95, 167, 224 
Diulus, Frank 95, 224 
Dodds. Marilyn 95 
Dolinar, Douglas 
Doljack. Frank 95 
Doller, Paul 95 
Domitor, Mary Kay 95, 208 
Donaldson, James 92 
Dorn, Marilyn 95 
Drear, Robert 95 
Dunker, Ralph 95, 179, 242 
Dunn, Ruth 95, 182, 185, 186 
Ebert, Ward 96, 190, 211 
Edge, Samuel 96, 205 
Edwards, Don 96 
Eeckhout. Jean 104,218 
Eggleston. Judith 95, 174, 186, 

208 
Ehinger. Charles 91,96.224, 

245, 254 
Elbe, Carol 95 
Ellis, Barbara 95, 135, 201, 206, 

207 
Englebrecht, John 107 
Estvander, Michael 96 

Falcone, Marjorie 103 

Fee, Kenneth 96 

Feith. Jeanne 14, 96, 178, 186, 

263, 265, 267 
Feldman, Suzanne 96,184 
Felmley, Donna 96, 174, 208 
Felz. Rudolph 96. 167 
Fenster, Marc 96,211 
Ferrante, Melvyn 90, 96, 201, 

206 
Fetter, Karen 96, 97, 183, 184 
Fifolt, Bernice 96 
Fifolt, Janice 96 
Fike, Michael 96 
Filipovic, Mike 104 
Fink, Bill 98 
Finley. Linda 
Fioritto, Robert 96, 253 
Fischietto, Paula Mae 96, 184 



Fitzgerald, Jim 35, 103 

Fitzmaurice. William 96 

Fitzsimons, Martin 105 

Fleck, Fred 96, 173 

Fleshin, Jeanette 96, 174, 208 

Flood, Sharon 104, 109, 186, 
207, 208 

Flowers, James 96 

Forster, James 100 

Fowler, Larry 96 

Fox, Jacqueline 106 

Fox, Richard 92 

Foy, Linda 103, 172, 184,205 

Frazier, James 96 

Freeh, Linda 96, 184, 208 

Freed, Penny 96, 105. 174, 178, 
231.256. 260 

French. Norma 96 

Fried, Charlotte 96 

Fromer, Elizabeth 103, 182 

Froom. James 96 

Frye, Carl 96 

Fuchs, William 96, 224, 253, 
254 

Furniss. Nancy 90, 96, 173, 185, 
186 

Furth. Gregg 96, 204, 205 

Gallo, Judith 97 

Gargiulo, Rosemarie 167, 170, 
184 

Garland, Darlene 98 

Garten, David 96 

Gasper, Robert 96, 188, 218, 

253, 254 
Gathercole, Janice 
Gauch. William 97, 173, 183 
Gaylon, Marcia 96, 173 
Genzen, Gary 97. 167, 173 
George, Robert 94 
Gerl, Wayne 97 
Geyer, Sylvia 96 
Giesse, Karen 103 
Gillespie, Donald 17,97,234, 

254 
Gilmore, Gloria 
Girod, Lenny 99 
Glaser, Ronald 97, 167 
Glatz, Donna 97 
Globokar, Jo Ann 97, 208 
Goga, Gary 

Goodyear, Sherilyn 97, 208 
Gordon, Sandra 4, 97, 183, 186 

208 
Gornick, Jo 
Gortz, Kenneth 97, 105, 178 

224„254, 264 
Goss, Virginia 97, 174, 208 
Grajzar, Leo 97, 205 
Grano, Donna 103, 208 
Grant, William 97, 234 
Granville, Gerald 97 
Green, Marjorie 97, 208 
Greenway, Kathy 97, 208 
Greitzer, Martin 97 
Gribbons, Linda 97, 102, 172, 

208, 233 
Grinstead, James 88, 98, 224 
Gron, Frank 103, 224, 254 
Gronert, Alan 97, 157 
Groonis, Paula 97 
Gross, Gerald 99 

Gulbenkian, David 98,211 

Gunton, Lee 98 

Gyongyos, David 98, 182, 253 

Hager, Gary 60, 100, 224, 254 

Halderman, Ruth 89, 97, 208 

Hall. Glen 98 

Haller, Ronald 86,218,253 

Hamilton, Nancy 4, 97, 208 

Hamilton, Thomas 98 

Hanev, Sandra 98 

Harper. Barbara 98,186,232, 

233 
Harris, Karen 98 
Harris, Patricia 4. 61, 98, 204 
Harrison, Caroline 98 
Harrison, John 98 
Hart, John 98 
Hasher, Richard 98, 166. 167, 

188, 207 
Hasko. John 103 
Hasselbach, Gary 98 
Hatch, Frank 108, 188 
Haubert, Ralph 

Hava, Bernice 98, 186, 201. 208 
Haworth, Robert 98 
Hayes, Charles 98, 188 



Heasley, Sue 98, 102. 178 

Heintz. Susan 91,98,233 

Hellman. Faye 98 

Helmick, Barbara 98 

Henikman, William 98 

Herbst, William 98 

Hiller, Doris 98, 185, 186 

Hodder, Robert 98 

Hodge, Joseph 98 

Hoinski. Thomas 

Hola, Kenneth 98 

Horn. Carol 107 

Horrocks, Richard 98 

Horvath. Joseph 

House, David 89, 98, 188 

Hovan, James 98, 253 

Hoykar, Janet 98, 208 

Hudec. Bruce 98 

Hudson. Thomas 

Hughes, Richard 98,183.242 

Hurlburt. Russell 98, 176. 190, 

199 
Huston. John 98 
Hutchisson, Karen 89, 98, 184, 

186. 208 
la Figliola, Pat 99 
Ivec. Ronald 
Jamnik, Anthony 98 
Janis. Donna 98 
Jarc, Edward 94 
Jarvis, Thomas 92, 99 
Johnson. Constance 98 
Johnson, Phyllis 98, 178, 186 
Johnson, Philip 107 
Jones, Robert 99, 167 
Jones. Sharon 98, 174, 186, 208 
Jonke, Christine 98, 208 
Kadunc. Donald 99 
Kaib, William 99, 173 
Kalan. George 92, 99 
Kalnasy, Frank 109 
Kanner, Donald 99, 205 
Kapke, Mike 102 
Kasunic, Judith 98 
Kaye, Dennis 99, 176, 257 
Keidel. Carol 98 
Kelly, Marjorie 98 
Kelly. Terrence 99 
Kenyon, Elizabeth 98. 135 
Keszenheimer, Mike 96 
Kevern, Terry 104 
Kidd, Jerry 96 

Kimberly. Kathryn 98, 186, 193 
Kimen, Elizabeth 98, 176, 170 
King. Sandra 
Kirk, Florence 98 
Kirk, Susan 
Klann, Richard 99 
Klann. Robert 99, 188, 218, 253, 

254 
Kleinhenz, Dennis 99 
Klemenc, Frank 224 
Klich. Warner 99 
Kne, Donald 99, 204 
Kochevar, Fred 104 
Koci, Linda 90, 208 
Kogan, Lawrence 100, 254 
Kokal, Beverly 
Koppenhaver, Joan 103, 135, 

174 
Koren, Marie 94, 208 
Korosec, Gary 100 
Kos, Craig 100,242 
Kosanovich, Constance 90, 99 
Koskinen, Rickey 100 
Koskovics, Rosemary 99 
Kostansek, Paul 100 
Kozar, Elaine 99, 186, 208 
Kozleucar, Gerald 252 
Krampel, Anthony 100 
Kranich, Bill 103 
Kranyak, Charmaine 106 
Krauss, Helen 99, 173, 187, 198 
Krecic, Gail 99, 151, 208 
Krielow, Gail 99 
Kristoff. Carol 99 
Krivok. Kenneth 218, 234 
Krnell, Constance 99, 178, 186, 

208 
Krogmann, Irene 99 
Krueger, Pamela 99, 172, 200, 

206 
Kukorelli, Tom 97 
Kulwin, Marilyn 99, 208 
Kurtis, John 100, 234 
Kytle, Laurene 99. 173 
Laddis, Barbara 99 
Lakatosh, Joseph 100, 204, 253 



Lamb, Charles 218. 253 

Land, Cheryl 103 

Lanese, Carol Ann 99, 167, 186, 

188 
Lang, Patricia 103 
Langa, George 100 
Lange, Robert 100 
Langlois, Gary 
Lardomita, Charles 101 
Larkin, Constance 100 
Lasnik, Maidee 100, 198, 208 
Latch, Nicholas 
Leber. Blair 100 
Lefkowitz, Robert 103 
Lehman. Richard 100 
Leigh, Terry 100 
Leisenheimer, Richard 100, 205 
Leister. Patricia 100, 170 
Leland. Robert 100 
Lentz. Bonnie 100 
Lerz. Gina 100 
Lewis, Susan 100 
Lilley, Robert 100, 224 
Linsz, William 100 
Lipnicki, Stephen 100 
Lohrey, Beverly 100, 190 
Lohrke. Gerald 100 
Lokar, Charles 100, 245 
Lonchar, Jean 100, 174, 208 
Long, Larry 106 
Long. Ron 100 
Lorence. Flora 100, 182, 208 
Lowry, Patricia 190, 212 
Luckay, Barbara 100. 208 
Ludek, Peggy 100, 183 
Lustrik. Ken 93 
Lutsch, Cheryl 90. 103 
Mac Askill. Donna 100, 174 
Machurey, Patricia 103, 208 
Mack, Kathleen 104 
Macks, Geraldine 100, 173, 182 
Magargil, Doris 100. 184 
Maher, Bonnie 100 
Mallula, William 100 
Malokas, John 100, 167 
Maloney, Tim 
Malzahn, Nancy 100 
Mandel, Joanne 100 
Manfredonia, Marlene 100 
Mangano, Carol 103 
Mangino, Mary 96 
Mansperger, David 10, 100, 167, 

178, 181 
Mansuy, Daniel 100,242 
Mantel, James 103 
Marilow. M. 100 
Markouc, John 101 
Marks, Carol 

Maroff, Dorothy 167, 170 
Martin, Charles ' 101 
Martin, Joan 100,210 
Martin, Richard 
Marz, Marilou 
Mason, Douglas 101, 173, 224, 

254, 264 
Mason. Patricia 100, 178. 208 
Mateyka. Laura 100, 167, 184 
Matic, Diane 100 
Maurer, Nancy 103 
Mazza, Marlene 101 
Mc Broom, Colleen 14, 90, 101, 

173,207,231 
Mc Gill, Thomas 100, 224, 253, 

254, 264 
Mc Keon, John 96 
Mc Mahon, William 
Mc Namara. Susan 101 
Mc Peek. William 103 
Mc Tighe. Robert 
Mc Vetta, Jr., Fred 106 
Mc Cormick, Kathie 101, 186, 

193,208 
Meares, Kenneth 101 
Meden, Carmen 101 
Medlen. Mike 101 
Mehls, Kenneth 101 
Mester. Daniel 101 
Miese, Diana 104 
Mihalic, Kathryn 101 
Mihalic, Mary 102 
Mika, Patricia 93, 208 
Mikus, Patrick 99 
Milazzotto, Lucille 97,101,183 
Miller, Bonnie 90, 104, 186, 

206, 262 
Miller, Catherine 93 
Miller, Dennis 101 
Miller. Gertrude 



Miller, Jeanne 101, 186, 208 

Miller. Pamela 101 

Miller, Robert 101, 154 

Milner. Marilyn 

Milone, Mary 101 

Misch, David 101 

Mog. Kathleen 103, 167, 182 

Molinaro, John 

Montagner, Marilyn 102, 208 

Morell. Donald 102 

Morgan, William 102, 173 

Morris, Karen 

Morse, Lawrence 102, 224 

Morton, D. 102 

Moser, Joan 102, 208 

Moster. Robert 102 

Mullins, Constance 10,98,260, 

261 
Murphy, Gloria 
Murray, William 102, 157 
Mushinko, Barbara 102,186, 

187, 188, 190 
Musteikis, Laima 102, 152 
Mutchler, William 102 
Myers, Daniel 92, 167 
Myers. Merlin 102, 174 
Mylar, Diane 102, 174, 208 

Nainiger, Eugene 102 
Naujoks, Paul 97 
Needs, Walter 102 
Neff, Beverly 102. 233 
Nettis, Donald 102 
Neustedt. Kenneth 102 
Newcomb, William 102 
Newman, Arthur 102, 167, 170, 

253 
Novak, Carol 102. 183. 208 
Nowacek, Robert 173,224,254 
Nutter, Joseph 
O'Coin, Wayne 104 
O'Hara, Tim 109 
O'Korn, Judith 102. 186, 188, 

190 
Oberstar. Philip 93 
Occhionero. Anthony 106 
Oesterle, George 108 
Oker, Jeffrey 94 
Opalich, Patricia 102 
Opdahl. Bruce 104 
Orazen, Kenneth 104 
Orlando. Carlo 224 
Ostkar. Thomas 104 
Ostrowski, Gary 104 
Otto, Richard 104 

Overberger, Donald 104 
Palfy, John 

Palm, Edward 104, 173 
Palmer, Roy 104,173,218,245, 

249 
Panesky, Mary 
Papesh. Dennis 104 
Papp. Beverly 104 
Paratore, Carol 104 
Parsons. Charles 104 
Parsons. Frank 104 
Parziale, Patrick 104 
Paskey. Dennis 108 
Pasquale, Cheryl 91,173,178 
Paul, Daniel 104 
Paulic, Frank 
Paulovcin, Arthur 104 
Paulsen. Sharon 104,183,208 
Pavlik. Barbara 104 
Payerchin, John 
Peacock, Sharon 92, 167, 186, 

208 
Peck, William 104 
Pejack, Jeanette 104. 184. 208 
Pejeau, Richard 104, 179, 188, 
190, 193, 199, 224, 225, 245 

Pekar, Ken 104, 173 

Pelyak, Ann 104, 208 

Penny, Kathleen 106 

Perkins. Dennis 103 

Perlioni, Thomas 165, 245 

Perme. Marcia 90, 104, 186. 208 

Perry, Robert 105 

Petersen, James 15,105,183 

Peterson, Randall 105 

Peterson, Shirley 104 

Petkovsek, Evelyn 232 

Petrich. Edward 105 

Petro, Dennis 105 

Pettek, Wayne 105,218,253 

Piper, Lawrence 167 

Piscopo, Vincent 

Piskur. Joanne 



Pishkur, Shirley 96, 104 
Pistillo, Michael 105 
Pitt, Carol 104 
Plaggemier, Betty 4, 167, 170, 

198, 208 
Plesea, Maryann 104, 174, 208 
Pointer, Gail 104 
Polsinelli, Anthony 105, 188, 

190 
Ponce, Bonnie 104, 173 
Potichny, Gayle 104, 182 
Potts, Diane 104 
Powalie, Marjorie 104, 208 
Powers, Donald 

Prendergast, Mary 104, 182, 183 
Price, Martha 104, 170 
Primo, David 106, 188 
Prostor, Eric 188, 224, 254, 264 
Puhger, James 109 
Pulver, June 104, 190, 205 
Pureber, Susanne 94. 208 
Raasch. Norman 106 
Race, Evangeline 105 
Radatz, Frederick 
Radcliffe, Jack 
Radencic, Donna 105 
Rast, Margaret 105, 208 
Reed, Jo Ann 100 
Reider, Carol 105, 183, 208 
Reider, Harold 106 
Reinke. Lenny 106, 242 
Reya, Terry 106 
Reynolds. Susan 109, 178, 190, 

191, 198 
Reynolds. William 106,224 
Richardson, Linda 105 
Richley, Cheryl 167 
Richmond, Nancy 105 
Riebe, Lorette 208 
Rinas, William 106.218,253 
Rini. Richard 106 
Ritchie. Donald 105, 204, 205 
Ritz. Samuel 106 
Robasz, Sharon 105,182,184, 

208 
Robbins, Fred 96 
Robbins, Sharon 105,208 
Roberts, Diane 90, 105, 173 
Robinson, Linda 
Rock, Kathleen 105, 174, 186, 

208 
Romano. Joanne 105, 187, 190, 

198 
Rose. Henry 93, 173 
Ross, Barry 167, 168, 170 
Ross, Joseph 103 
Ross, Rita 106 
Roszak, Edward 106 
Roth, John 106 
Roth, Karl 93 
Rudolph, Bonita 103 
Ryan, Calvin 106 
Ryan, Paul 242 

Sabula, Barbara 106, 174 183 

208 
Samsa. Beverlee 106 
Samuel. R. 

Sanders. Lorelei 106, 208 
Sanderson. David 106 
Sandy, Gary 103 

Sandy. John 106 
Saunway, Susan 106, 208 
Sawyer, Pamela 106 
Schael, John 14, 91, 106, 224, 

234, 237, 254 
Schaffer, James 106, 207 
Scheer. Marilyn 90, 106 
Schelgunov, Alexandra 109 
Scheurman, Keith 97, 183 
Schiemann, Kenneth 
Schmaeman. Bruce 106 
Schmidt, David 106 
Schneider, Judith 106.186.208 
Schroeter, Carl 106,204 
Schultz. Donald 106, 108 
Schulz, Dennis 
Schulz, Dianne 182 
Schulz, Laura 106 
Schulze, Barbara 103 
Schwartz, Eugene 93 
Scott, Linda 106 
Scott, Marilyn 106 
Scott, Miriam 106 
Scott, Richard 93 
Scribner, Merrilou 
Seaman, Ben 95 
Sedey, Brian 93 



Sedmak, Shirley 

Seifert, Sheri 106 

Seleman, Michael 93 

Self. Joseph 103 

Senart, Joseph 93 

Shaughnessy, Sheila 174,201 

Shearer, Ted 93 

Sheppard, Judith 

Sheppard, Robert 93, 162, 188 

218, 253, 254 
Sheridan, Judith 106, 174 
Sherman, Richard 93, 178 
Shoaff, David 

Siciliano, Terrence 89, 93, 172 
Simcic, John 211 
Singer, Larry 262 
Sipes, Linda 103, 208 
Skebe, Theodore 93 
Skerly, Elaine 106, 173, 186 

188, 193, 207 
Skomski, Laura 178, 186, 190 

208 
Skrout, Roselma 106 
Slaby. Janet 106 
Slitor, Patricia 106, 208 
Smekel, Sandra 13, 103. 106 

208 
Smith, Dennis 224 
Smith, Donna 93 
Smith, Glenn 93 
Smith. Leland 107, 167 218 

250, 251 
Smith. James 93,218,253 
Snyder. Diane 93, 167, 208 
Snyder, Thomas 107 
Sobe, Donald 

Soeder, Mary 93, 173, 208 
Sopata, Phyllis 93 
Span, William 107 
Speel, Richard 86, 107 218 

253, 254 
Spencer. John 107,218.253 
Spencer. Thomas 81.107,173 
Spikula. Carol 93. 174 
Spivack, Henry 107, 157, 188 

253, 257 
Spolar, Sandra 93, 208 
Stafford, Bill 
Stanwick, Gerald 107 
Stapleton, Marsha 90, 93, 208 
Stapp, Stephen 107 
Starman, Jerry 107, 224 
Stefancic, Ronald 103 
Stefe, Bernice 93 
Stegh, Leslie 103 
Stevens, Susan 93, 170 
Stidworthy. Frances 93, 176 
Stillinger, Virginia 93, 184, 207 
Stiscak, Dorothy 93 
Stomberg. Kathryn 93, 186 2P 

213 
Stoner, Ronald 108 
Strang, Patricia 93, 208, 209 
Stratton. Lawrence 108 
Strnad. Diane 103 
Strnad, Fran 

Stroh, Bonnie 107. 186, 208 
Struna. Edward 108 
Struna, Josephine 107, 207 
Sturm, Jr., Joseph 108 
Sumph, George 108 
Susman, June 107, 208 
Susnis, Dennis 108 
Svenwol, Rickie 107 
Sweeder. Douglas 167 
Szaraz, Richard 108 
Takacs. Frank 108 
Tamburrino, Anthony 108 
Taylor, Marjorie 107, 208 
Taylor. Robert 
Tekalec. Rita 107 
Tekancic, Barbara 107, 172 
Tekancic, Terri 27.90,107 
Tennent, Joan 107, 172 
Teras. Peggy 107, 209 
Theis. Harold 95, 108. 179, 181 

218, 245 
Thomas, Corrine 107,174 

Thompson, Janet 4. 107, 208 
Tilly, Karen 107 
Tomaro, Charles 108 
Tomko, Karen 90, 103, 178, 179 

186, 199. 212,213 
Tomsich, Nada 108. 186, 208. 

210 
Torok. Nancy 108 
Travis. Kenneth 108 



Travnik, Maryann 108, 174, 

186, 210 
Trentel, Geraldine 108 
Trinite. Michael 88, 92, 173, 

224, 245, 246 
Trivisonno, Nick 96 
Troha, Mike 108 
Trouten. Bill 103, 218 
Tucceri, Irene 108 
Tucci, Alan 81, 154, 167, 183, 

242 
Tucker, Barbara 184 
Tucker, Marilyn 108. 186. 208 
Tumbry, Steve 108. 183 
Turk. Lawrence 21 1 
Twitchell, Jeanne 
Ullom. Deborah 108 
Urbanick, Doris 108, 174 186 

208 
Urbas, Judith 108, 174 190 

208 
Usalis, John 108, 188 

Van Tilburg, Tom 96 

Varhola. Kenneth 108 

Vella. Robert 108 

Vend. Dennis 108 

Vesey. Richard 103 

Vicic, William 108, 173, 178, 

183, 188 
Vidmar. Randall 108, 173, 188. 

218, 254 
Vigh, Daniel 108 
Virnelson, Craig 103 
Vormelker, Joan 108, 174, 208 
Vucetic. Henry 108 
Wade, Ralph 108, 242 
Wagner. Dolores 108 
Waldman, Jo Ann 27, 88. 108, 

208 
Walk, Ralph 108 
Walters. John 103 
Wanchik, Rosemary 90, 108, 
Wasenda, Jim 105 
Wehrle. Mary 103. 174, 186 
Wendorff. Carl 109,211 
Whalen, Larry 109 
Wheeler, Bonnie 108, 208 
Wheeler. Diane 51, 108, 186, 

189, 190 
Whelan, Kenneth 109 
White, Susan 108. 208 
Whiting, James 98 
Wickizer, Richard 
Wieland. Gary 109 
Wilber. Kathleen 167, 186 
Wiley, John 109 
Wilk. Marilyn 108, 208 
Willcocks, Shirley 108, 174, 

186, 208 
Williams. Anthony 
Wilson. Douglas 103 
Wilson. Sharon 108 
Winoleman, Harold 
Winkler. Janice 108, 185, 208 
Winkler, Linda 90, 108, 208 
Winter. David 109 
Winters, Beatrice 108, 174 
Wiskes, Sandra 170, 208 
Woda, Cheryl 108, 208 
Wohlgemuth. Diane 103 
Wohlgemuth. Kenneth 109. 234 
Wright, Claudia 103 
Wroniak, Diane 109, 170 
Yager, Mary 109, 174, 184, 185 
Yingling. Eleanor 103 
Young. Cherilyn 109, 178, 190 
Young. Lawrance 
Young. William 103 
Yurkonis. Robert 103 
Yurosko, Robert 109 
Yurosko, Thomas 109 
Zaman. Patricia 109 
Zarzeczny. John 
Zatko. Sandra 109 
Zebrowski. Paul 109 
Zeider. Judy 109 

Zevnik. John 109. 188. 218. 253 
Zimmerman. Joanne 99 
Zimmerman. Nancy 109 
Zinner. Brian 103 
Znidarsic. Karen 90, 109, 208 
Znidarsic. Sharon 109 
Zoul. Tom 

Zuchelli. Francine 109 
Zust. Kathryn 109. 174, 188, 

193. 207 
Zuzek, Rosemary 103, 167, 186 



Trying to say thank you to the Euclidian staffs, to our two sponsors, and to 
the many people who showed an earnest and active interest in our yearbook 
seems an impossible task. Perhaps this is because the amount of work, time, 
and sacrifice required for an excellent yearbook is beyond realization. Though 
producing a yearbook provides an opportunity for creativity and an expres- 
sion of artistic talent, it is also the designing of layouts when it seems mathe- 
matically impossible to draw a new and different arrangement of pictures. 
It is the constant checking and re-checking of every photograph, every word, 
and every name. It is the re-taking of many homeroom pictures and the 
writing of an unimaginable amount of words on a club you know nothing 
about. It is identifying seven hundred other photographs. It is searching for one 
more faculty candid and naming each small face in the Friendship Club pic- 
ture. And it is indexing the entire book. It is probably safe to say that for each 
person who is now an owner of a 1961 Euclidian, five hours of work have 
been exerted by a member of one of the Euclidian staffs, and with these hours, 
sleep, homework, tempers, and home-cooked dinners were sacrificed. 

I can only hope that seeing this book finally completed is a sufficient reward 
to a most wonderful staff. 

The Business Staff this year put forth a great effort to sell more ads and 
raise more money than ever before. These people are an important and vital 
unit of a yearbook staff and without them, this book could never have been 
a reality. To each one of them, to their Business Manager, Sharon Stahler, 
and to their hard working sponsor, Mr. Clayton D. George, a sincere thank 
you is more than called for. 

To Morrie Levine, Bill Rainin, and Joe Gongos of Raimor Studios, it is 
questionable whether they demand thanks or sympathy. Our problems, our 
pressure, and our ice cream cones made us a memorable group at Raimor's. 
For their reprimands, their scoldings, and most of all their co-operation, we 
are thankful. 

Our gratefulness must also be expressed to Dr. Lester E. Angene, to Mr. 
Clifford G. Owens, and to the entire administration for their interest and will- 
ingness to assist in the production of the 1961 Euclidian. 

The maintenance staff, too, certainly deserves our appreciation. Managing 
to keep our office clean without moving all the paraphernalia was a veritable 
feat, and one which merits recognition. 

In my list of thanks, I find it most difficult to convey the gratitude, respect, 
and indebtedness we feel for our sponsor, Mr. James F. McCampbell. His 
ability to keep us working and to keep his sanity has been the backbone of 
this book. We must also express our thanks to Mrs. McCampbell for putting 
up with our wild meetings, and for offering to feed us. She is a most courage- 
ous woman. 

The end of this letter marks for me the end of a most rewarding year. I 
sincerely hope that each one of you who now holds a copy of the 1961 
Euclidian feels the intense pride in it that each member of the staff and I feel. 
In this book we have tried to capture the significant moments of this year. If, 
in looking through the Euclidian, you recall one experience, one happening of 
this school year, we will have the satisfaction of knowing our job has been 
fulfilled. And it is our wish that your first look through the pages of this 
Euclidian will also be one of the memorable moments of 1961. 



Sincerely, 





EDITORIAL 

Gloria Nosan 
Penny Tinker 
Karen Halbedel 
Curt Freed 
Joe Romano 
Nancy Creveling 
Jill Ginsburg 
Trevor Guy 
Sue Klotzbach 
Sue Mueller 
Art Hach 
Judie Krieger 
Joan Evans 
Dennis Sarich 
Heather Millar 
Kathi Schuette 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief 

Assistant 

Picture Editor 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Literary Editor 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Mounting Editor 

Assistant 

Senior Editor 

Underclass Editor 

Art Editor 

Social Editor 

Staff Editor 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief 



Sharon Stahler 
Bonnie Adams 
Marcia McPherson 
Jean Dragolic 
Linnea Berntson 
Joan Harper 
Beverly Lindquist 
Joan Lube 
Dick Sarver 
Tom Young 
Kathy Schmidt 
Ann Zeravica 
Al Hribar 
Gaynell Mathson 



Business Manager 

Assistant 

Circulation Manager 

Assistant 

Senior Circulation 

Junior Circulation 

Sophomore Circulation 

Advertising Co-Manager 

Advertising Co-Manager 

Sales Manager 

Concessions Manager 

Treasurer 

Funds Manager 

Cashier 



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