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EUCLID SENIOR 
^ HIGH SCHOOL 



III E.222 ST. 
EUCLID. OHIO 




ALMA MATER 

Hail to thee, O Euclid High School, 

To thy name all praise we sing. 

Happy days of youthful pleasiire, 

Learning, living, life so dear. 

Our hearts fill xvith gratitude 

For all that is to he . . . 

Alma Mater, Euclid High School, 

All our praise ive bring to thee. 

Where the blue of Erie's ivaters 

Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 

There all Exiclid's sons and daughters 

Sing the joys of student days. 

If after days he dark and drear 

And storms of life draw nigh, 

The memories of our friendships here 

Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 





TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 1 

FACULTY 3 2 

CLA SSES 50 

Orchestra 64 

Band 66 

Glee Clubs 70 

Choral Masters 72 

SOPHOMORES 74 

SPORTS 88 

Cross Country 90 

Football 94 

Wrestling 102 

Sw im m ing 1 08 

Basketball 112 

Cheerleaders 120 

Majorettes 122 

JUNIORS 124 

ORGANIZA TIONS 144 

World Affairs Club 146 

American Field Service 147 

National Honor Society 148 

Natiorial Forensic League 150 

Thespians 151 

Science Seminar 152 

Talent Scouts E.H.S. .__.. 153 

Friendship Club 154 

Student Coimcil 156 

Student Supply Store 158 

Spirits ' 160 

Future Business Leaders 161 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 162 

Euclidian Business Staff 164 

Eucuyo 166 

Senior Scandal 167 

Survey Editorial Staff 168 

Survey Business Staff 170 

International Qiiill and Scroll 172 

Spectrum 173 

Chess Team, Letterman's Club 174 

Athletic Board, N.A.S.S. 175 

Wai Napolo 176 

Girls Leaders Club 177 

Girls Athletic Association 178 

P. A . Clu b 180 

P. A. Announcers 181 

Stage Crew, Movie Club 182 

Camera Club 183 

Junior Red Cross 184 

Future Nurses Club 185 

Future Teachers of America 186 

Key Club 188 

Ad Club, Foreman's Club 189 

SENIORS 190 

SUPPLEMENT 264 

ADVERTISEMENTS 297 



Deep doivn inside 

Just beyond reach 

That's where my future lies: 

Rough stone, ready to he chiseled, 

Ready to he shaped and sanded. 





Preparation is looking to tJie future with in- 
terest and anticipation. It is working to derive 
the best result from a foreseen situation. To 
tlie high school student, preparation is the 
means to the most successful outcome. Each 
individual is made to realize the significance 
of serious study upon Jiis future life. The wise 
student studies so that he may apply his knoio- 
ledge to everyday situations. The counsel of 
his elders is valuable to him, because he knoivs 
that their advice ivill help him find a definite 
place in society. Thorougli review of informa- 
tion concerning his potential status and voca- 
tion leads him to sensible and realistic deci- 
sions. The u'ise student is the one who pre- 
pares, who looks anxiously outward to what 
must follow and then attempts to gain the best 
end. He knoivs that he must only knock, and 
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Which activity? 
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Which friends? 
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// he finds a niche, the student's life becomes 
inuch simpler. The individual's decision he- 
comes the group's decision. 



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Many students' directions are influenced by 
their natural attributes. Homecoming Court, 
clockwise from lower left: Sue Anderson, 
Sophomore Attendant; Merry Ann Ingram, 
Junior Attendant; Lynn Crobaugh, Senior At- 
tendant; Evie Petkovsek, Homecoming Queen; 
Barb Harper, Senior Attendant. 



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Yet each student's personality is uniquely his 
own. TJie ivide range of personalities both 
colorful and serious, gives the high school its 
heterogeneous character tvhich is necessary in 
order to accommodate the needs of any student. 
Personalities are affected by their environment 
and, in a large high school, the student can find 
the environment that best suits him, an en- 
vironment in u'Jiich to progress. 




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Work is the basis of progress and perfection. 
Natural aptitude can be a helpful tool in striv- 
ing for perfection, but ivithoiit hard luork, 
nothing tangible can be gained. Whether this 
effort expended takes the form of repetitive 
mechanical processes or long, concentrated 
study, it remains the essence of the progress. 




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Students of various degrees of talent, but with 
a common hope in the result of their labors, 
sacrificed time, suppers, homework: THE 
B O Y FRIEND . CAST: HO R TENSE, Maryse 
Bricelj; DULCIE, Carol Klevay; MAISIE, 
Bonnie Budas; POLLY BROWNE, Mitsi 
Wagner; MADAME DuBONNET, Sylvia 
Stefanko; BOBBY VAN HUSEN, Jim Roscoe; 
PERCIVAL BROWNE, Jim Zimmerman; 
TONY, Dave Montague; LADY BROCK- 
HURST, Lorelei Sanders; LORD BROCK- 
HURST, Ray Ferrante; LOLITA, Judi 
Urbas. CHORUS: Linda Fay, Connie Mul- 
lins, Shanna Doley, Leslie Long, Laura Owen, 
Sue McNamara, Dennis Miller, Bob Lange, 
Bill Gauch, Randy Vidmar, Allen Johns, Tom 
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hard work and at least as many hours of getting '^^ 
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There's a pause in every progression; seeming- 
ly common trivialities are really valuable pos- 
sessions to the high school student. Dirty ten- 
nis shoes, loild hairdos, swinging parties, 
modern jazz, friendship, deep thought, crowd- 
ed hallways, changing moods, competition, 
conformity, emotion— none can understand 
their value quite as well as we, the ones ex- 
periencing them. These are the elements that 
lend us moments of truth, pain, and siinple 
beauty when the incongruous society is justly 
shut out, and we sense a feeling that the world 
exists for us alone. 




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All that high school is., is interiuoven in fragile^ 
complex gossamer suspended in air. All the 
varied moods and mojnents lead one to anoth- 
er, branching in all directions, forming an 
intricate netioork oblivious of its surroundings. 
It pauses, hangs momentarily , wavers, is lifted 
by a breeze, and then is lost in the past. 



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To become inspired, to loork, to achieve . . . 
the student establishes his worth. 






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Don't beat me into a mold; 
Let me find my ouni path; 
Give me a chance and I'll shoiv you all. 
CJianges, subtle yet jrigliteningly sudden 
Have shocked open these once indifferent eyes. 
And their vision: an unlimited horizon. 
Years I've spent looking for the right tools 
And now that I've found them 
And sharpened them. 
Look out! 

My hajids, my eyes, my mind- 
Just give them a chance; 
Watch me put them through their paces. 
There's nothing I can't do 
Because I'm young. 



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Faculty 



The high school teacher achieves a unique satisfaction 
for he can perpetiiate his ideas in the minds of the young. 
With an interested class the teacher is caught up in the 
excitement and vitality of neiv discovery, and teaching 
becomes a pleasure. Even in the face of apathy the 
dedicated teacher finds satisfaction in helping students 
prepare for life. Through classroom instruction and 
guidance the faculty gives direction and meaning to the 
students' education. 




The new W. G. Fordyce Administration Building. 



Dr. Angene, Superintendent of Sclwols. 




Life is a becoming. Purpose infuses life with 
meaning. Out of the give and take of one's self and 
the world one finds both his purposes and his powers 
thereby sharpening his self image. Finding the self, 
discovering the "tools true play" is a lifetime activity. 

It is hoped that your experiences in the Euclid 
schools have abundantly aided you in shaping your 
philosophy of life— a point of view impelling you to 
revere God and the democratic and American way of 
life. May you have developed a drive to use your 
abilities to fulfill the unfolding purposes you dis- 
cover. May what you have learned here be the means 
of not only making a living but also building a 
worthwhile life. 

Lester E. Angerie 
Superintendent of Schools 




BOARD OF EDL'CATIOX— Mr. Luikart, Mr. Tomko, Mr. Manspcrger President, Mrs. Springer, 
Mrs. King. 



Working for better education. 




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Each of us possesses abilities which are unique 
and personal. The power of the intellect has never 
been completely measured. The struggle of each 
generation has been to improve in all areas of human 
endeavor. We are still searching for the ultimate in 
man's relation with his fellow man throughout the 
world. Our horizons have been lifted through space 
and to faraway places in the universe. All of this 
has been done to better help us to approach our 
objective. We realize that we are but a small part in 
the whole scheme of things, but we must not forget 
that we are each a very important part. In setting 
our personal- goals, we should be sure that they are 
realistic and challenging. In so doing and working 
toward these goals, we are each making a significant 
contribution and our lives are becoming richer. 

Congi-atulations to the staff for a fine yearbook 
developed around the theme "The Challenges of 
Students' Goals." 

Sincerely, 
Clifford G. Otcens 
Principal 




Mr. C. G. Owens, Principal 



In a college classroom, a freshman 
looks up from his studies. He is pleased 
at having chosen the particular college 
and field of study most suited to him. 
For this he is grateful primarily to Mrs. 
Sheats, the Assistant Principal in charge 
of college counseling. 




Good teachers make good students. In 
order that Euclid students will progress 
in education as much as possible, it is 
Mr. Hunter's responsibility, as Assistant 
Principal in charge of instruction, to en- 
courage the most effective classroom 
teaching techniques. 




Dr. Bergem, Dean of Boys 



DEANS 

Counsel and encouragement are es- 
sential to social and academic progress. 
The Dean of Boys, Dr. Bergem, and the 
Dean of Girls, Miss Gillman, are respon- 
sible for instilling self-confidence in stu- 
dents by individual counseling. By 
encouraging students to develop talent, 
personality, and high character, they are 
preparing boys and girls for adult life. 
Above all, they are continually striving 
to arouse in students a desire for know- 
ledge and social improvement. 



Miss Gillman, Dean of Girls 



Mr. Graham 




Mr. Graham, our Assistant Principal 
in charge of administration, organizes a 
master schedule each year and assigns 
teachers to proper classes. These and 
other duties he performs are essential to 
the smooth operation and improvement 
of the high school. 




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LIBRARIAN.S-Lt'// lu Riglit: B. Haaiman, J. MacCormack, E. Mueller, C. Shearer, S. Somerville. 



Mrs. Helen Wise 
School Nurse 



CUSTODIAL STAFF— flow One: J. Ganger, L. DeMore, G. Brewster, M. 
Berus. Row Two: A. Giameio, A. Kutnar, D. Katkus. Row Threes M. 
Mahne, K. Mrsiaszek, E. Soepke. Row Four: M. Medvesek, J. Ojnik, M. 
Sedej. Row Five: A. Koet, F. Marn. Row Six: P. Clark. R. TrivLsonno, F. 
Hamilton. 





SCHOOL EMPLOYEES 

Unlocking the doors, turning on the 
lights, and shoveling walks in winter 
mark the beginning of the school day for 
our custodians. After the students have 
arrived and teachers have taken attend- 
ance, the office secretaries begin their 
daily routine of typing and distributing 
the absence lists. About this time the 
cafeteria workers arrive and begin pre- 
paring for the rush of the lunch periods. 
After eating their lunches, some of the 
students use the final twenty minutes of 
the lunch period as a study hall in the 
library. The librarians are always help- 
ful in finding books and magazines for 
reports, term papers, or just recreational 
reading. After the final bell rings, the 
maintenance staff begins sweeping away 
the reminders of the completed school 
day. 




SECRETARIES-Rou' One: J. Ed%vardsen, M. Stein. Row Two: J. 
Boycr, M. Thompson. Row Time: M. Stanos, B. FuUerton, R. 
Carlson. Row Four: I. Barber, D. Pintar, R. Bayes. 



CAFETERIA STAFF-TJow One: G. Olah, J. Paladino. Row Two: E. Zimmerman, E. Brashear, 
K. Bauer. Roiv Tliree: M. Bitzer, V. Janitz, I. Sandberg, J. Youngberg, M. Pcsec. Row Four: 
L. Straka, R. Hamilton, F. Colbert, B. Thomas, C. Douglass, M. Dondrea. 




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Robert Addis 
Social Studies 
Physical Education 

Alvin Amster 
Business Education 

Charles Asher 
Social Studies 
Physical Education 

Frank A. Aultz 
Reading Improvement 



Paul W. Avers 
Mathematics 

Ronald A. Backos 
Science 

Olin A. Bailey 
Science, Chairman 

Lillian Barrow 
Business Education 



Next year we'll take over the Survey! 




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Laurel BonncUi 

Physical Education 



Arlcnc Carter 

Biology 

Health 



James F. Cliffel 
Alathemalics 



Dale Davison 
Science 

William DeMora 
Social Studies 



Mr. Keay, chemistry lab's reacting agent. 




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Nathaniel Dickinson 
Social Studies 

Forrest H. Diehl 
Social Studies 



Clarence Eckert 
Industrial Arts 



Donald G. Eisen 
English 



Susan Emshwiller 

Enslish 



Ahmed Fellague 

Language 



Mary Fogarty 
English 



Frank F. Fowler 
Adjusted Curriculum 



Audree S. Fox 
Physical Education 

Sheldon Freedman 
Science 



Kathryn Frye 
Home Arts 

Marilyn Fuerst 
English 



Aloysius Galicki 
Industrial Atrs 

Katheryn Gates 
Language 



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Clayton D. George 
Business Education 



Annarosa Ginevra 
Business Education 



John F. Griffin 

Mathematics 



Beatrice Hamman 
Librarian 



Robert Hanson 
Enslish 



Ronald Harding 
Social Studies 




Dale Harper 
Music, Chairman 



Claudia Hcpner 
American History 



Gertrude Hoeger 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. Harper conducts the customary prcgame "skull practice.' 



Exciting game, Mr, Harding? 





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Frank Hoffert 
Social Studies 

Maria Vida Horn 

Spanish 

World History 



Richard Hungerford 
Industrial Arts 

Merwin A. Hunkin 

Eyjglish 



Jack L. Jenkins 
Drama 

Fred Johns 
Counselor 



Albert Judge 
Science 

Milton J. Kadlec 
Industrial Arts 



Richard R. Keay 
Science 

Joan Lees 

English 



Edith K. Lemon 

Counselor 

Charles Lewis 
Adjusted Curriculum 



James W. Lindsay 
Social Studies 

Elaine M. Lokar 
Home Arts 




Mrs. Fox poses willingly. 



Marjorie Malina 
Home Arts 



Embert M. Martin 
Industrial Arts 



Phyllis Mastin 
English 

Marita Mathews 
English 




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I don't care how good the performance was, I won't drink champagne from that shoe. 



Angelo Mazzocco 
Spanish 
World History 

James McCampbell 
English 



David McKclvey 
Business Education 

Robert McLaughlin 
General Metals 





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Mr. McCampbcU studies a theme. 



Mr. Stuckcy unlocks the door to education. 



Edmund Mize 
Business Education 

Donald R. Mohr 
Physical Educatioii 



Herbert Nold 
Industrial Arts 



Marcella Nold 
Physical Education 



William E. Palmer 
Business Education 



Carol Petvai 
Home Arts 



June G. Phypers 

Business Education 

Frank Pringle 
English 



Michael Raicevich 

Social Studies 

John Reeves 
Counselor 




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Howard E. Rcminick 

EngUsli 

Martin Reno 

Science 

Mathematics 



Victor Resch 
Physical Education 

David Allen Reser 
Mathematics 



Donald Rinkes 
Mathematics 



Leonard Robuck 

English 



Roger Round 
English, Chairman 

Marcia L. Rust 

Eitglish 

Journalism 



Otto Santos 
Business Education 



William E. Saul 

Business Educatioti 



Charles Sawyer Delmar Smith 

Business Education Business Education, 

Chairmari 
Gretchen Schwegler 
Physical Education Granville B. Smith 

Englisli 



Ruth Smith 

Social Studies 

Mary Ann Spretnak 

Efiglish 

Social Studies 



Merwin R. Staines 
Industrial Arts 

William A. Starr 

Chemistry 

Physics 




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Donald Steinbrink 
Science 



Helen Stewart 
Counselor 



Cecelia P. Stillman 

Government 

Economics 

James Stuckey 
Social Studies 



John Supance 
industrial Arts 

Clarence Swackhamer 
Physical Education, 
Chairman 



Judith Sweet 
Englisli 

Sam W. Taylor, Jr. 
Music 



Edward T. Tckicli 
Business Education 

Dale Thompson 

Mathematics 



Mr. Taylor helps with Christmas decorations. 




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Norman Thompson 
Science 

Frank Troglia 

Counselor 



Anthony V. Vaccariello 
Language 

Carole Venaleck 
Eng,li5h 



Fred A. Vollman 
Industrial Arts, Chairman 



Virginia Weadock 
English 



Stanley Whiteside 
Social Studies, Chairman 

George Wiley 
Co-ordinator, Special 
Achievement Classes 



Beiila Wilson 

Mathematics, Chairman 

Lawrence A. Wilson 
Science 



Ralph Wisniewski 
Science 



Robert E. Yocum 
Business Education 



Margaret Zimmerman 
Language, Chairman 




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Classes 



In the classroom the student is stimulated so that he 
can take full advantage of the opportunity for free ex- 
pression that is offered him. Here, the student en- 
counters fact and ideology, reconciling them with his 
intuition and previous experience. It is also in the class- 
room that the student learns to judge and evaluate the 
opinions of others, synthesizing them with his own ideas 
to come closer to a meaningful conception of the truth. 








Exercising the mind in language lab. 



LANGUAGES 

The study of foreign languages is not 
only an exercise of the mind but also an 
opportunity to study the culture of a 
country from an inside viewpoint, rather 
than obtaining a sketchy picture of this 
culture from history or literature courses. 

The hours spent studying at home and 
listening to tapes and repeating phrases 
in the language lab are also amply re- 
warded by the student's feeling of ac- 
complishment while he talks about the 
latest happenings in school with his 
amigo, friend, ami, or tovarish. 



MATHEMATICS 

Mathematics presents a challenge dif- 
ferent from other subjects encountered 
by the student because it deals only with 
idealized relationships between concepts 
experienced in everyday life. At first he 
is somewhat stunned by the apparent 
separation of mathematics from his en- 
vironment, but eventually he realizes, 
if only to a small degree, the power and 
scope of the field of mathematics. 



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Mr. Fellague directs machines and students. 




Animated geometry with Mr. Cliffel. 



Mr. Rinkes explains trigonometric function. 






Cut! Cut! Jim, the scene's over! Cut! Jim! Jim! 



"Whan that Aprille ..." English class goes off on a tangent 
with Chaucer's Prologue to "Canterbury Tales." 



DRAMA 

A spotlight, plays on a single figure 
who has just entered from stage right. 
This is the actor's test of comprehension, 
preparation, and natural acting ability. 
In dramatics class, he has studied the 
basic techniques of acting, as well as the 
attributes of many playwrights and per- 
formers in the history of the theater. In 
the wings Mr. Jenkins gives a reassuring 
nod, and the actor steps forward perform- 
ing with ease. 



JOURNALISM 

Newspaper stories, feature articles, 
editorials, and play reviews kept the 
journalism student busy perfecting his 
writing technique. He was required to 
write one theme a week expressing his 
views on various topics from "The Big- 
gest Mistake" to the latest news events. 
By the end of the year he is able to give 
clear, concise, written accounts of actual 
happenings and communicate his ideas 
to the reader in a style completely his 
own, developed during his journalism 
studies. 



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ENGLISH 

Striving for grammatical perfection 
and an ever-increasing vocabulary com- 
poses only a small part of the program 
in the English classes. Through studies 
in world, American, and English liter- 
ature courses, students develop a further 
interest in reading, as well as a know- 
ledge of history and geography. They 
see the extreme differences in the times 
and environments described in literary 
works, but they learn to realize that 
throughout history human nature has 
remained essentially unchanged. By 
means of extensive creative writing, 
many students develop their own defini- 
tive styles of expression and learn to 
present their thoughts in a clear, concise 
manner. This ability to communicate 
ideas, either orally or on paper, is per- 
haps the most important asset to be 
gained from a high school education. 



Journalism: the rite of writing right. 




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HOME ARTS 

In the home arts course potential 
homemakers gain practical experience 
■ivhich will prove valuable when they 
take up homemaking in the future. In 
the sewing classes girls develop artistic 
sense as they become acquainted with 
various color schemes, designs, and tex- 
tures of fabric. Students in the cooking 
classes learn to cook and bake by plan- 
ning, preparing, and serving actual meals 
with the help of the modern facilities in 
the home economics kitchens. The home 
arts students learn how to budget money 
and they gain skill through the repeti- 
tious use of efficient methods. These 
students also develop poise and con- 
fidence by modeling the clothes they 
have sewn and by frequently serving as 
hostesses in the school kitchens. 



MECHANICAL DRAWING 

Perhaps no other class is more con- 
ducive to self-discipline than mechanical 
drawing. To make scaled, accurate 
drawings of machines or of architectural 
designs involves a very exacting use of 
the skills acquired in the beginning of 
the class; continued application of skills 
promotes precise, accurate thinking on 
the part of the student. Whether he uses 
these skills in later life or not, this self- 
discipline he has gained will undoubted- 
ly help him in whatever vocation he 
enters. 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Industrial Arts courses teach more to 
the students than how to make a cabinet 
or shift-lever extension, a soldering iron 
or repairs on their cars. They give them 
what cannot be gotten from books: ex- 
perience. The boys in wood shop may 
see diagrams of various joints, but the 
knowledge of their construction and 
strength comes from making them in 
class. In metal shop the machining 



])roi3crties of steel or aluminum may be 
read about, but the actual learning pro- 
cess takes place on the lathe. In shop 
classes, a student may learn the basics of 
wiring a circuit, whether it is for a simple 
radio or an ignition system. Industrial 
arts courses give the students the im- 
]jortant chance they need in their studies: 
the opportunity to learn from experi- 
ence. 



Learning by doing. 



Mechanical drawing requires intense concentration. 





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GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

The gym teacher's shrill whistle re- 
sounds through the locker room. Gradu- 
ally, the girls finish dressing and, one 
by one, drift into the gym. "Line up, 
girls, and number off!" cries the gym 
leader. Eventually the class is standing 
at attention in a straight line and the 
girls begin to call out their numbers. 
After struggling through two or three 
warmup exercises in complete discord, 
the class is ready to start the exciting 
volleyball game. Suddenly, the ten- 
minute bell rings and the class dashes 
into the locker room after a strenuous 
period of girls' gym. 





Strenuous activity builds physical fitness. 



BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Twenty boys noisily clamber down the 
gymnasium bleachers and take their posi- 
tions on the floor, half of them with T- 
shirts tucked in their shorts. The whistle 
starts a frenzied melee of running, kick- 
ing, and shouting until the soccer ball 
thuds against the door, signifying a goal. 
The ten-minute bell brings gym class to 
a close and promises a refreshing shower 
to soothe aching muscles. 



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If I could only remember the formula to bring my class back to normal size. 



The operation was a success, but the patient died. 



Marc Fcnster snaps out the rhythm to determine the velocity of a wave. 





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A liltle fun in government class. 



SCIENCE 

With the aid of his textbook and the 
guidance of his instructor, the science 
student is driven by imagination and 
curiosity to eager observations of demon- 
strations and experiments which test the 
theories and laws of many noted biolo- 
gists, chemists, and physicists. Working 
together, the student and his lab partners 
are able to form systematic patterns of 
study. Continually, the student is de- 
veloping a power of reasoning and quick 
analysis. By the end of his studies in 
science, he has achieved a further under- 
standing of life and his environment. 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

The serious social studies student has 
the unique opportunity to appraise the 
world today in light of previous events. 
His knowledge of historical trends and 
governmental processes gives him insight 
into current problems so that he can 
take an active part in civic affairs. Al- 
though he may not continue his studies, 
the student is now prepared to be an in- 
telligent voter. 



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Parallel parking: the hardest test. 



Marsha Gayloii learns to operate the ditto machine. 




DRIVING 

1 he driver got into the car, started the 
engine, and tensely held the steering 
wheel. He moved forward slowly as his 
eyes darted from the curb to the road in 
front of him to the approaching stop 
sign. He eased the car to a fidl stop, then 
turned the corner with utmost care, al- 
ways conscious of the constant observa- 
tion of the man seated next to him. He 
continued to turn corners cautiously and 
stop at. each stop sign, hoping for the 
long-awaited words from the instructor, 
"Now drive out of the parking lot and 
trv it on the road." 



BUSINESS 

Numerous precise-looking instruments 
line the walls and form orderly rows 
across the room. Coldly they confront 
the new business student, confused by 
his first glimpse of this multitude of but- 
tons, switches, and levers. Soon he will 
master these, and they will become the 
tools of his efficiency. 




Patience and concentration are the elements of a good typist. 



ART 

A sweep of the hand, a final daub of 
paint and, after several days of work, the 
art student's assignment is completed. 
With a superior glance around him, he 
compares his work to those of his peers. 
He smiles at his cleverness and proudly 
submits the painting to the scrutiny of 
his instructor. This is his great master- 
piece—the product of his creativity. 




The good typist never looks at her fingers. 



Maidee Lasnik completes a poster in art class. 





ORCHESTRA 



Violin: 
Stcaglcr, C. 
Brown, J. 
Chiodo, C. 
Dutko, L. 
Fike, D. 
Wiskes, S. 
Pylick, S. 
Price, M. 
Harris, L. 
Lesiak, B. 
Lesiak, J. 
Murdoch, C. 
Wroniak, D. 

J'iola: 
Schulz, L. 

Cello: 
Goslee, N. 
Kimen, B. 
Steagler, M. 
Stevens, S. 



Flute: 
Leister, P. 
Plaggemier, B. 

Oboe: 
Strausbaugh, J. 

Clarinet: 
Maroff, D. 
Newman, A. 
Surtz, R. 

Sax: 
Prijatelj, B. 

Percussion : 
Biello, y. 
Faint, H. 

Trombone: 
Shoatf, D. 



String Bass: 
Gathercole, J. 
Urbanick, J. 
Komocar, J. 
Naylor, S. 

Bassoo7i: 
Debevec, P. 
Piper, C. 

French Horn: 
Cooper, B. 

Trumpet: 
Fowler, R. 
Podobnikar, D. 
Mylcs, B. 

Cornet: 
Harper, G. 



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CHEVRON society-Row one: S. Tucceri, J. Mervis, L. Horvath, C. Eppich, R. Zuzek, D. 
Mansperger. Row Two: G. Harper, R. Carmany, W. Cooper, A. Newman, J. Bittence. 




ORCHESTRA OFFICERS-7?oh- One: H. Faint 
secretary, K. Piper treasurer. Row Two: A. 
Newman president, W. Cooper vice president. 



The Marching Band rehearses 




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The marching band completes an effective precision drill. 



MARCHING BAND 

"Fixed! Fixed!" shout the members 
of the tuba rank as another of their num- 
ber get spicked for Euclid Roulette. 
Every Thursday during the football sea- 
son, six members of the marching band 
are required to play their music from 
memory. If they cannot, then they must 
come in after school and practice. Tradi- 
tions like this not only insure good music, 
but make the marching band one of 
Euclid's most spirited organizations. 



CADET BAND 

For those Euclid musicians who have 
less experience, the cadet band affords 
an opportunity to improve their skill and 
to play much the same music as the Con- 
cert Band. By the end of the year, the 
cadet band is prepared to join the Con- 
cert band in the district and state con- 
tests. 



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CADET BAND 



Flute: 
Richley, C. 
Snyder, D. 
Tuckerman, K. 
Borgsteadt, S. 
Myers, N. 
Nelson, S. 
Reese, C. 
Blankschaen, J. 
Ulle, F. 
Serkownik, C. 

Oboe: 
Breen, K. 

Clarinet: 
Hillegas, J. 
Emser, N. 
Hobsek, B. 
Nimelli, T. 
Paulovcin, S. 
Brule, D. 
Marthin, R. 

Saxophone: 
Loeding, O. 
Madey, D. 
Zoller, D. 
Gant, B. 
Rupar, M. 
Mikovich, J. 



Trumpet: 
Armstrong, K. 
Carlson, J. 
Hotchkiss, R. 
Malokas, J. 
Ullestad, J. 
Zaas, J. 
Forgione, F. 
Jernejcic, K. 
Scott, J. 
Van Ooyen, R. 
Fowler, R. 

Baritone: 
Wright, J. 
Hagberg, B. 
Jones, B. 
Norsic, G. 
Humphries, B. 

Trombone: 
Cook, R. 
Switalsky, E. 

Percussion: 
Bagocious, J. 
Burkhart, J. 
Statz, R. 




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BAND SERGEANTS-Lt/i lu nglU: B. Ross top sergeant, A. Newman, R, Hurlburt. 




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Alto horn, an integral part o£ the marching band. 



BAND DIRECTOR— floti; One: A. Sydow, D. Harper, A. Mitchel. Row 
Two: F. Taddeo, H. Hershey, A. D'Emilia. 






CONCERT BAND 



Flute: 

Campana, J. 
Hitty, J. 
Mog, K. 
Plaggemier, B. 
Hotchkiss, M. 
Mervis, J. 
Henry, C. 
Mansperger, M. 

Oboe: 

Stoneback, N. 
Forker, S. 
Strausbaugh, J. 

Clarinet: 
Eppich, C. 
Glaser, R. 
Horvath, L. 
Janitz, C. 
Maroff, D. 
Newman, A. 
Zuzek, R. 
Gere, S. 
Sutton. L. 
Aljancic, T. 
Coolidge, D. 
Fleshin, J. 
Holloway, J. 
Surtz, R. 
Tiderman, K. 
Babin, S. 
Howard, R. 
Reeves, C. 
Masek, R. 
Focht, R. 



Pulver, C. 
Guenther, K. 

Baritone: 
Mansperger, D. 
Kuchling, E. 
Ivanko, J. 

Trombone: 
Bittence, J. 
Kalan, G. 
Piper, L. 
Ross, B. 
Shoaff, D. 
Love, G. 
Hale, B. 

Tuba: 
Hasher, R. 
March, B. 

Kaczer, N. 
Komocar, J. 
Sherman, N. 
Carmany, B. 

String Bass: 
Gathercole, J. 

Percussion: 
Faint, H. 
Tucci, A. 
Kimen, B. 
DeFranco, P. 

Tympani: 
Biello, J. 



Bass Clarinet: 
Jones, R. 
Katanik, N. 

Bassoon: 
Gargiulo, R. 
Piper, C. 
Debevec, P. 

Sax: 

Schenck, B. 
Ramona, J. 
Lipstreu, R. 
Tucceri, S. 
Bammerlin, J. 
Roll, D. 
Prijatelj, B. 

Trumpet: 
Dieckman, R. 
Hurlburt, R. 
Myers, D. 
Myles, B. 
Podobnikar, D. 
Sweeder, D. 
Masek, R. 
Harper, G. 
Miller, R. 
Mansperger, C. 

French Horn: 
Cooper, B. 
Dickinson, P. 
Hoedt, D. 
Wilber, K. 
Jerkic, S. 



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BOYS' GLEE CLVB-Rou> One: R. Johnson. Row Tico: J. Biichak, R. Taylor, N. Berglund. 
Row Three: S. Toward, D. Burhennc, R. Macks, C. Robinson. Row Four: D. Hathaway, P. 
Cox, D. Montague, J. Kelly, T. Petruzzi, L. Pummel. 



GLEE CLUBS 

Singing is one of the most relaxing, 
expressive pastimes a person can find. To 
the boys of the third period Boys' Glee 
Club practicing each morning is not 
tedious, but instead it is enjoyable. These 
sophomores and juniors love to sing, and 
this feeling is reflected in the spirit of 
their song. 

Striving to blend evenly with one an- 
other and produce a definite quality of 
sound is the aim of the Girls' Glee Club. 
Each girl, participating in the Christmas 
program and the district choir contest, 
tries her very best. Each day, practice 
and effort bring the Glee Clubs nearer 
their goal. 



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JUNIOR-SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLVR-Roiu One: M. Yager, B. Winters, B. Trauger, L. Loope, 
M. Zola, V. Goss, S. Calvert, M. Prokopovich, P. Vidusich. Row Ttco: P. Dcister, K. Corrigan, M. 
Fields, M. Balsey, J. Adkins, A. ^Vill, M. Witzke, E. Beyer. Row Three: B. Pavlik, C. Maresh, B. 
Sabula, C. Hart, P. Chylla. L. Andrews, S. Reider, J. Lunder, J. Sheppard, J. Fleshin. Row Four: 
M. Panesky, S. Bahr, J. Papp, M. Sikora, P. Fcderico, L. Fordyce, M. Boros, D. Wroniak, L. 
Owen, C. Cline. Row Five: W. Conrad, J. Vukcevic, J. Consla, M. Theodosian, B. Pappas, B. 
Vidensek, E. Neat, S. Geyer, J. Stillingcr, F. Fox, S. Jones, P. Bizzari. 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLVR-Row One: D. Romano, D. 
Evans, C. Allen, S. Froom, C. King, D. DiBiasio, D. Kump, B. Budas, 
L. Tomko, E. Wehrle, R. Res, B. Mills, N. Sheppard. Row Two: 
J. Houry, J. Howell, J. Rose, J. Lilley, R. Hiirlburt, T. Legan, L. 
Nalepa, P. Kane, L. Long, J. McCarthy, S. Downen, B. Hille, K. 
Hashagen, D. Geisky. Row Three: J. Sovich. K. Patton, M. Bogatay, 
C. Peterson, C. Keller, N. Crone, C. Reba, J. Urankar, M. Minnillo, 



J. Coleman, H. Estvander, J. Baran, S. Anderson. Rozv Four: S. 
Williams, J. Goodwin, J. Hallack, E. Hanes, B. Beckwith, J. Zdara, 
K. Schulsky, A. Habian, R. Rochkar, R. Cerami, C. Stepina, J. 
Stanley, C. Cook, P. Deegan, B. Boldin. Rozu Five: M. Wolanski, 
K. Covert, K. Jernejcic, S. LaPorte, L. Burris, B. Bradford, D. Bacon, 
M. Brown. D. Germavsek, B. Friedman, J. Orehek, L. Galaida, S. 
Gall, C. Hoedt, L. Vahcic, S. Rodencic. 





CHORAL masters-Row one-. L. Vislocky, M. Wagner. J. Tharp, G. Kroiiie, S. Dadlow, L. 
Kytle. Roti' Two: L. Poese, L, Gribbons, K. Zust, C. Mullins, C. Pasquale, N. Furniss. Rou' 
Three: M. Ingram, D. Roberts, D. Sanderson, J. Boyton. E. Palm, J. Flowers, W. Gauch. Roiv 
Four: B. Ponce. B. Tekancic, T. Wilson, R. Pejeau, M. Hobzek, G. Genzen. Row Five: L. Foy, 
G. Macks, K. Pekar, B. iKaib, T. Spencer, D. Clark, D. Mason, O. DeMarco. 



Mr. Taylor and accompanists C. Krnell and B. Sanderson. 





CHORAL MASTERS-fio!.' Out-. B. Froiiui, K. V.iiu-, S. Dolcy. M. Socikr, M. Church, B. 
Bogatay. Row Two: K. Hutchisson, J. C^athorcole, L. Ccrzeny, A. Lindquist. C. Krnell, M. 
Brancae. Row Three: \V. Vicic. ^V. Olah. ). Fisher, R. Wood, B. Burger, C. Finley. Row Four: 
W. Reynolds, R. Vidmar, D. ^Vunderle, T . Russ, H. Krauss, M. DeMotte, C. McBroom. Roiv 
Five: R. Palmer, F. Fleck, H. Rose, R. Stauffer, D. Vargo, W. Morgan, M. Gaylon. 



CHORAL MASTERS 

Mr. Taylor allowed himself to pause 
before beginning the next song to wipe 
the moisture from his forehead. He 
smiled foolishly as he sometimes does, 
and a ripple of smothered laughter 
spread through the choir. The program 
had been exceptionally good so far— the 
result of hours of practice— and now, be- 
fore this last song, Mr. Taylor hastily 



went through the motions familiar to his 
singers which meant lift and sing on top 
of the notes. Taking a deep breath, he 
raised his arms and started the tradition- 
al closing anthem, "The Lord Bless You 
and Keep You." A trickle of sweat fiend- 
ishly made its way clown the back of a 
weary singer, and his eyes smarted from 
bright spotlights, but he was conscious 
only of a pride in singing well. 



CHORAL MASTERS OFFICERS-Ze/t to right: 
C. McBroom Secretary, W. Vicic Vice President. 



R. Palmer President, C. Pasquale Treasurer, 






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Sophomores 



With a twinge of both anticipation and 
anxiety the sophomore renounced the com- 
forts of junior high. He realized that the great- 
er independence he would have would require 
increased maturity to meet his new responsi- 
bilities. His school work became more chal- 
lenging, and yet the ivide choice of subjects 
stimulated him to explore new and interesting 
fields. Amazed by his insignificance, the new 
student at first huddled together with his old 
friends, bewildered by the strange faces. Soon, 
however, he began to recognize the faces and 
make new friends. With them he luent to foot- 
ball games, dances, and the E-room, gradually 
gaining the confidence that comes with the 
sense of belonging. The year rushed by too 
fast; there was so much to do, and every event 
was new and exciting, creating the enthusiasm 
that is uniquely a sophomore's. 





MMMIIMMi 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Row One: D. Kaselak, Secretary; C. Keller, Treasurer. Row 
Two: T. Goble, Vice President; B. Cirino, President. 



Miss Ruth Vermillion 
Sophomore Class Counselor. 



Mr. Fred Johns 
Sophomore Class Counselor. 





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HOMEROOM 102- Rou' One: P. Baibato. B. Budas. J. Mcdlen. C. Andrew, J. Balogh, C. Allen, 
S. Anderson, J. Adamczewski. Row Two: J. Baran. B. Beckwith, J. Atcn, K. Ulle, A. August, D. 
Bacon, L. Aspcnwall. M. Johnston, P. Alexander. Row Three: D. Budinsky, M. Barbie, M. 
Becker, L. Balukin, P. Banaszek, B. Bailey, M. Ark, J. Bailey, Mrs. Carter. Row Four: F. Davis, 
G. Burich, J. Adkins D. Alex, D. Antonick, J. Bagocius, T. Baber, M. Apple. 




HOMEROOM 105-Row One: M. DAmito. A. Boczck, J. Rouse. G. Bell, B. Bilyk. K. Bene. 
Row Two: B. Boldin, L. Belavich, M. Bogatay. D. Benvenuto. M. Blatnik, S. Blatnik, D. Barnes, 
Row Three: J. Barbre, D. Bentley, K. Barta. D. Bcljan, \'. Lenarcic. G. Bowers, J. Baum, 
B. Beacham. Row Four: Mr. Avers, J. Beaudry, J. Baranowski, G. Lorbcr, K. Bateman L. 
Jevnikar, J. Bates. 



HOMEROOM \m-Rou' One: D. Bone, S. Seifert, S. Bradack, L. Zust. D. Brule, J. Brazalovics, 
C. Bruce, K. Breen. Row Two: M. Breskvar, J. Brown, J. Boyd, S. Borgsteadt, K. Koepke, D. 
Bone, E. Brigdcn, C. Browning, D. Breeden. Row Three: P. ^Velch, W. Boyer, D. Morgan, J. 
Blankschaen. J. Kostilia, M. Bocskuy, B. Bradford, M. Brown. Row Four: D. IJluhm, L. Carlson, 
J. Kane. H. Blackljurn, T. Brcnnan. R. Dacar, K. Blumenstein, G. Bernstein, Mr.Clements. 





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HOMEROOM 120-Row One: R. Cicco, J Capretti L Cipriani, C. Buto, S Ciiun, M. Clavell, 

A. Consilio, D. Cherne. Rou' Two: J Coleman J Cesnik E. Chaunce, F. \Villianis, C. Smith, 
E. Carlson, C. Carroll, J. Carruthers. Row Tliiee G Carpenter, T. Christopher, T. Clemens, 
D. Coolidge, E. Carroll, B. Cirino, S. Stankiewicz, C Chiodo. Roju Four: R. Collins, C. Bush, 

B. Caine, L. Burris, S. Chappell, C. Ciannilli. k. Caputo, K. Burns, Mr. Stuckey. 




HOMEROOM I25-Ro!c Onf: N. Papp, J. Craig, J. Collins, G. Cornwell, N. Crone, J. Comport. 
Row Two: P. Dcbevec, J. Fleshin, J. Orehek, C. Cook, B. Crawford, D. Demian. Row Three: 
E. Diulus, L. Debeljak, D. Collins, K. Covert, M. Dailey, J. Czohara, L. Domin. Row Four: 
Mrs. Hoeger, G. DiNardo, M. Katz, G. Dane, A. DeVictor, G. Lamas, B. Turick. 

HOMEROOM 204-7?ou' One: S. Gere, M. Frost, S, Froom, M. Fogel, R. Griffith, R. Res, C. 
Gabrenya. Roiu Two: C. Komrus, S. Forker, L. Fox, L. Grable, J. Gorslcne, M. Haller, M. 
Fuchs. Row Three: B. Friedman, S. Gall, D. Germovsek, L. Galaida, B. Hagbcrg, B. Hobson, 
G. Wilkinson. Row Four: J. Graafmeyer, B. Hagerill, R. Herbst, G. Harper, D. Hathaway, B. 
Hertz, T. Harwood, Mrs. Malina. 




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HOMEROOM 205— Row One: R. Marthin. C. Zurlo, D. Evans, S. Downen, J. Lilley, M. Dobnikar, 
H. Estvander, C. Falton. Row Two: J. Dvornik, J. Ellis, L. Butko, N. Emser, M. Fabec, K. 
Elliott, D. Eckerman, A. Dombrowski. Row Three: R. Gabriel, \\'. PuUano, R. \'anoyen, D. 
Caster, G. Foster, R. Gainar, J. Giordano, S. Drcnik. Row Four: Mr. Mazzocco, B. Glick, D. 
Garland, T. Gasser. T. Gilliotti, G. Giegerich, B. Gant, J. Orlikowski, D. Fox. 




HOMEROOM 208-fiou> One: P. Dccgan, D. Day, B. DiDonato, S. DeVanna, D. DiBiasio, L. 
Deans. Row Two: L. Miller, J. AVirick, S. Davis, J. Damberger, H. Disanto, J. Daugherty, R. 
Fabritius. Roio Three: R. Focht, R. Ferrcl. Y. Forgione, J. Smiciklas, J. Eckenrode, A. Fende, 
Miss Darcy. 




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HOMEROOM 209-Rou' One: G. Zanyk, E. Grimm, H. Fogel, J. Colon, M. Gojak, S. Gombach, 
P. Miller, J. Grille, S. Guild. Row Two: D. Hylkema, R. Howard, J. Gozoski, K. Guenther, 
M. Green, P. Grubac, J. Goodwin, J. Humphries. Rmo Three: Mr. Fellague, D. Hoernig, D. 
Baer, P. Greer, }. Delsantcr, C. Grill. R. Gross, D. Mikolsky, K. Hrovat. Roio Four: R. Hrovat, 
B. Holi.s, C. Huruiuh, R. Hula, T). Hull. J. Iloitou. W. Penny, I.. Hornack. 




HOMEROOM 2\i-Roxv One: J. DiPuccio; M. Vocaturo, L. Guttmann, L. Hamilton, R. Hanna, 
R. Hall, D. Henderson, K. Heckert. Row Two: R. Jost, R. Johnson, J. Hallack, B. Hahn, K. 
Hashagen, E. Hanes, C. Henry, R. Jack,son, J. Jacobsohn. Row Three: D. Kaprosy, B. Jones, G. 
Havreberg, L. Harris, D. Heben, L. Payne, A. Habian, N. Kaczur, B. Sweeney. Roxu Four: 
Miss Rust, G. Krotine, D. Kacperski, R. Karash, M. Santay, R. Kaehler, A. Jasky, J. Ivanko, E. 
Judice, T. Kaib. 




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HOMEROOM 22i-Row One: M. Hynes, J. Fiustcrc. J. Howell, J. Houry, M. Hunt, P. 
Hurlburt, N. Wohlcgemuth, M. Hotchkiss, C. Hoffman. Row Two: T. Knop. D. Stafford. B. Hille, 

C. Holwick, J. Hoccvar, R. Bclanich. S. Horsey. G. King. Roio Three: D. Klann. A. Pullano, 

D. Janis. J. Holloway, C. Hocclt. B. Holcomb. A. Krane. J. Koci. Mrs. Cox. Row Four: J. King. 
D. Kleinhenz, G. Keller, W. King, R. Koller, A. Kissel, J. Kelly, K. Klug, J. Komocar. 




HOMEROOM 225-Row One: C. King, P. Kane, D. Kasclak. N. Kcnilra, J. Lube, L. Ccbron, 
M. Lerer. Row Two: B. Klavora, C. Keller, C. Katalenac, L. Kitko. J. Kirk. D. King, L. Karl, Miss 
Sweet. Row Three: H. l.anghan, T. Lcllis, F. LaPortc. K. Jonaitis. B. Kirchner. C. Zimmerman, 
L. Kipp. R. Bosetin. J. Lain. A. Kukorelli. Row Four: J. Larkin. L. Kulka, R, Lewis, J. 
Shenkel, R. Lakatosh, E. Larsen, E. Kuchling. G. Lecpcr, W. Lemmons. 

HOMEROOM 227-7?(«i' One: J. Knock. M. Korthals, J. Powell, J. Kozlevcar, M. Chiofolo, 
D. Horn, D. Kump, D. Weeks. Row Two: B. Coyle. D. Madey, D. Kobe, E. Kaval, K. Kolegar, 
D. Bumgardncr. J. Knoch. Miss Emshwillcr. Row Three: D. Lovejoy. J. Lutsch. K. Korosec, 
L. Krecic. R. Korthals. C. Krapence. J. Krzcpina, K. Krince, M. Kostansek. Rozv Four: G. Love, 
G. LoConti, T. Loncala, D. Liggett, D. Lorence, R. Luffler, M. Lorenzo, R, Macks, J, Lunder, 
K. McDerment. 




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HOMEROOM 228— Row One: T. Legan, J. Letney, A. Lanza, B. Shuber, G. Muir, B. Leach, 
H Lasnik. B Kirk. Rotv Tu'o: J. Marino, R. Miller, R. Leake, J. Leeper, P. Lefor, S. Lemm, 
B Lesiak, J. Chopyak, Roio Three: S. LaPorte, J. Milavec, D. Miklavic, J. Kotnik, J. Martucci, 
W. Miller, M. Lilley, S. Lewis, Miss Spretnak. Row Four: J. Mason, A. Miklavcic, P. Frederick, 
T. May, D. Mikus, E. Marlow, L. Milazzotto, R. Masek, R. Masek. 




HOMEROOM 230-iJoui One: L. Traven, J. Pmto, K Zielski, E. Begalke, B. Hobzek, C. 
Reeves, V. Zielaskiewicz, S. Willson. Row Two: J. Mance, M. Debevec, P. Paller, K. Gustetic, B. 
Gingell, J. Guth, J. Dragonette, T. Goble. Roio Three: K. Mangus, R. Shaner, C. Malocic, R. 
Lewis, G. Lang, R. Brezec, R. Price, B. Kmetz. Roiv Four: Mr. Lindsey, B. Hyne, E. Foster, 
D. Mochan, G. Kattler, K. Livermore, K. Siat, A. Malz. 

HOMEROOM 309-floti) One: M. McLaughlin, C. Lonchar, P. McKnight, S. Lorenzo, H. Mack, 
T. McKibben, S. Lefkowitz. J- McCarthy. Row Two: L. Long, M. Skitzki, L. McKee, C. Lofgren, 
D. Rhodes, M. Lynch. M. Lis, M. Luksic. Row Three: P. Logan, P. Lyle, K. Nemerovsky, N. 
McNab, C. Murdoch, D. Mohoric, M. Morgan, P. Muehleisen, L. Musteikis, Mr. Dickinson. Row 
Four: R. Glass, D. Vantilburg, D. Montague, J. Nebe, R. Morse, C. Murray, C. Moore, T. 
Gozelinchick, J. Neumore. 




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HOMEROOM 315-/JOU' One: L. Murphy, M. Mullenix, N. Morell. L. Nalepa, K. Murphy, S. 
Morse. I. Neil. Rozc Ttvo: D. Alexander, M. Patronis. C. Mog. C. Montsch, B. Parmertor, 
P. Nada. B. Modlni. Row Three: C. Nagode, C. Peters, A. Paolo, K. Nehls, H. Pesch, G. 
Peterson, K. Perusck. Mr. Davison. Rozo Four: J. Perrotti. L. Hopkins, G. Peters, M. Zifko, E. 
Pesec, R. Stumpf, J. Maynard, D. Newnes. 



You study this; I'll study this one; then we'll trade. 




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HOMEROOM 521— Roiu One: N. Matejkowski, N. Meyers, M. Mansperger, L. Miller, R. Tokes, 
R. Milone, B. Mills. Row Two: L. Miller, J. Mervis, J. Mika, J. Tucceri, L. Marincic, L. Mehls, 
M. Minnillo. Row Three: T. Karpy, R. Riggs, J. Oiler, L. Nestlcrode, M. Ovaski, L. Mocilnikar, 
Miss A. Gincvra. Row Four: R. Palcnschat. P. Ola, D. Opdahl, P. Stair, J. Norsic, T. Plummer, 
T. Ockunzzi. 




HOMEROOM 322-Rou' One: R. Peterson, M. Paganic, C. Panichi, C. Papp, M. Ormston, J. 
Pearn,, C. Ogoreuc, E. Haynes, J. Pierce. Row Two: K. Patton, P. Oren, C. Nenadal, S. Paulovcin, 
S. Ogrin, J. Powalie, P. Patterson. Row Three: C. Pinkney, J. Powalie, L. Onderdonk, S. Allen, 
T. Nyman, N. Phillips, T. Plickert, J. Petty. Row Four: T. Petrochic, J. Lupas, J. Pozun, 
J. Pietro, A. Petruzzi, J. Ostkar, L. Pawlus, S. Papalko, Mr. Saul. 



HOMEROOM S25-ROW One: S. Pylick, S. Pungerchar, M. Powell, P. Redding, L. Rast, J. 
Rebolt, K. Pike. Row Two: J. Mack, C. Rcba, J. Pcterka, M. Pratt, R. Clemence, D. Romano, 
C. Reese, M. Romano. Row Three: J. Pirc, A. Reder, C. Peterson, R. Redmond, R. Roesch, 
B. Reinke, D. Piscopo, G. Reed. Row Four: J. Reichenbach, S. Rockwell, D. Roll, B. Prijatelj, 
S. Piotrowski, C. Pulvcr, J. Rosipko. Mr. MrKelvcy. 





HOMEROOM 32i—Rotu One: D. Romano, J. Rose, D. Ross, C. Lyon, B. Robich, C. Ritz, L. Rogers. 
Row Two: V. Rcgelbuto, J. Roschy, M. Erzen, E. Rodgers, J. Rowland, R. Rochkar, C. Roland, 
M. Rupar. Row Three: L. Roberts, S. Rodencic, J. Schaser, W. Schuette, R. Sanderson, R. 
Ruuska, K. Richerdson, B. Schicmann, J. Scott. Roiu Four: D. Sedmak, J. Roth, J. Scanlon, 
G. Runyon, J. DeMell, J. Schroetcr, R. Sarstedt, Mr. Sawyer. 



HOMEROOM S29-ROW One: M. Schaffcr, J. Shaughnessy, C. Shields, R. Stambaugh, R. Span, 
D. Wilkes, C. Serkownik, N. Sheppard, L, Shcrrill. Row Two: B. Sneller, J. Schidte, R. Sprochi, 
J. Sivcc. R. Seguin, T. Purdy, L. Smith. R. Sarama. Row Three: G. Sirca, M. Mazzei, H. 
Siford, J. Scanlon, G. Scheid, P. Scrncl, J. Shirk, H. Spolar. Rotu Four: B. Stanley, N. Sherman, 
R. Saver, L. Ryder, T. Brimlow, C. Sedmak, G. Snyder, D. Spate, Mr. Freedman. 




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HOMEROOM Cafe A—Iimv One: I,. Sicgcl, S. Snvder, S. Skrout, S. Jones, C. Sidinan, E. Sowul, 
N. Cozby, J. Sovich. How Two: K. Skalski, L. Sm'ink, S. Skoll, E. Sirko, E. Shiga, M. SkuUy, D. 
Summers. B. Spring, J. Splisteser. Roui Three: A. Steich, C. Steinfurth. R. Surtz, T. Stasienko, 
J. Sustersic. R. Skeives, T. Stcklasa, D. Siedler. Roxv Four: L. Substelny, L. Corngan, K. 
Stevenson, T, Stahre, L. Sutton, R. Statz, E. Svvitalsky, L. Staplcton, Mr. Harding. 



HOMEROOM Cafe B—Row One: J. Strausbaugli, A. Syracuse, M. Steagler, D. Thayer, D. 
Thompson. J. Tkatch. P. Tartagha. K. Tiderman. Rojl' Two: F, Tanno. R. Tarantino, J. 
Strnad, K. Takacs, R. Symonds, J. Stanley, C. Steagler, C. Stepina. Rou' Three: A. Stepic, K. 
Stemple, J. Stegh, L. Strnisha, N. Teegardin, M. Strazisar, E. Erzen, R. Taylor. Row Four: 
B. Tilk. J. Tekavec. R. Thorpe, F. D.T\is, K. Sweeney, y. Tcgcl, E. Sturm, Mr. Asher. 





HOMEROOM Cafe C-Rou> One: S. Tomasello, E. Terranova, B. Truskolaski. M. Traxler, J. 
Votilo, K. Vesey, L. Thamer. M. Tekavec. Row Two: C. Traina, D, Tiamte, L. Tomko, C. 
Trivisonno. B. Tramte, B. Unick, F. Ulle. B. Bazen. Row Three: N. Guy, P. Tolchinsky, S. 
Tucceri, J. UUestad, K. Turk, J. Urankar, N. Ulle, P. Thomas. Row Four: L. Uronis, S. Toward, 
J. Vend, B. Usalis, J. Urbanic, L. Twombly, D. Traven, G. Verner, Mr. Diehl. 




HOMEROOM Cafe D-A'ou' One: R. Whitcly, A. \Vascnda, E. Wehrle, M. Vooko, M. Verbic, 
R. Vatty, S. Watts, B. Werley. Row Tu'o: W. Wolanski, K. Holmes, C. Vernick, J. Whittaker, 
F. Wervet, G. Urbancic. C. Webb, A. Wolf, Mrs. Nold. Row Three: J. Wilson, A. Urbancek, 
D. Shinosky, S. Watts, M. Weber, L. Vahcic, S. Vonrckowski, D. Waltcrmire, G. Whitaker. 
Row Four: R. Jeric, D. Vrh, L. Wicks, T. Walters, W. Wistum, D. Wilber, J. Wichert, W. 
AVilliams, C. Winder. 



HOMEROOM Cafe Y.-Row One: S. Yager, S. Wright, D. Young, V. Yager, J. Wrcnn, D. Yoger, 
J. Yanni. Row Two: T. Yanni, C. Zanghi, D. Young, J. Zdara, L. Wittine, P. Wolf. Row 
Three: L. Wright, M. Wolanski, S. Zdanowicz, R. Brewer, T. Coy, N. Ycray, F. Steelman. Row 
Four: R. Crcveling, P. Cox, B. Sporcic, L. Yanchar, R. Fuerst, T, Zadnik, Mr. Hanson. 




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sports 



To the athlete, sports mean more than end- 
less practice and strenuous exercise, for at the 
basis of his interests in sports lies the know- 
ledge that after all this work he will have ac- 
complished something tangible, something to 
be proud of. He experiences despondency and 
exhilaration, uncertainty, self confidence, and 
the pressure of the crucial moment in which he 
must make a decision and accept the conse- 
quences. He also comes to know that extraord- 
inary esprit de corps which is necessary to a 
fighting team. Coupled with this, he makes 
new friends and finds the security and pride 
wliich comes ivith belonging to a team. Thus, 
sports provides him with the complementary 
goals of recognition and self-confidence and 
the knowledge that his accomplishments will 
not go unnoticed. 




CROSS COUNTRY-T^oic One: J. Spencer, K. Krivok, D. Henderson, 
R. Bowen, H. Altenweg, C. Lamb, H. Faint, R. Klann, R. Kovach. 
Row Two: C. Hayes, L. Wright, R. Parker, W. Schmenk, J. Stinson, 
T. Murphy, J. Polanc, B. Beacham, R. Miller. Row Three: T. Mar- 
tin, C. Bayer, C. Mansperger, J. Zevnik, R. Vidmar, J. Cesa, R. 
Dieckmann, W. Rinas, R. Alloway, R. Haller, A. Wallace. Rmu 



Four: M. Balhory, H. Theis, C. Campbell, R. Collins, W. Powell, B. 
Humphries, R. Rackar, R. Klann, D. Klann, D. Hoppert, K. Potokar. 
Row Five: D. Gyongyos, R. Brezec, J. Patronis, J. Vidmar, R. Murphy, 
J. Bartholomew, R. Stauffer, T. Coy, D. Miklavic, P. Tartaglia, J. 
Blankschaen. Standing: Coach Thompson. 



CROSS COUNTRY COACH AND CAPTAIN- 

Coacli Thompson, Henry Altenweg captain. 

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CROSS COUNTRY 

Besides the essential athletic ability, 
spirit is a necessary requirement for a 
cross country runner. For a successful 
team must have not only a few gifted run- 
ners, but also others who are willing to 
keep driving and pushing themselves, 
giving their maximum effort to the team. 
This is what characterizes a good cross 
country team and keeps Euclid teams per- 
ennially at or near the top of L.E.L. 
standings. 



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Bill Rinas trains for speed 
in the fifty yard dash. 





CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 



Euclid -- 24 

Euclid 25 

Euclid....... 22 

Euclid 36 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 1 5 

Euclid 1 8 

Euclid 26 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 1 6 

Euclid 22 

Euclid 26 

Euclid 20 

Euclid .....25 



Shaw — 33 

St. Joseph 31 

West Tech 34 

John Adams 20 

Shaker Heights 37 

Collinwood 50 

Cathedral Latin 45 

Shaw 33 

East 32 

Mayfield 47 

Glenville 37 

Parma 29 

Cleveland Heights 41 

Brush 36 



Wins 13 

Losses 1 

12th St. Joseph Relays 

19th Bowling Green Relays 

1st Lake Erie League 

5lh District 




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Randy Vidmar breathes hard after a long race 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

The stands were jammed with scream- 
ing Euch"d fans as the final seconds of 
the St. Joe's game ticked away. The third 
victory of the year was almost a certainty 
with the score 6-0, and the Panthers 
seemed on their way to a good season. 
"Eighteen, seventeen ..." a St. Joe's 
pass . . . touchdown! The stunned fans 
filed silently out of the stadium, for, 
with victory so close, a tie was hard to 
take. The disappointing season was 
somewhat brightened by fine individual 
performances by several juniors, includ- 
ing Lanning and Reichenbach. It is 
hoped that they will form an experienced 
backbone for next year's team. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 

Garfield Heights 

John Adams 

St. Joseph 6 

Eastlake North 24 

Cleveland Heights 8 

Shaker Heights 32 

Parma 26 

Lakewood 24 

Shaw 24 

Wins 2 

Losses 6 

Ties 1 





6 


Euclid 


26 




..... 6 




.. 




6 




6 




6 


Euclid 


6 


Euclid 


6 




VARSITY FOOTBALL-floin One: K. Gortz, F. Diulus, J. Starman, 
L. Whalen, R. Palechek, M. Orazen, C. Ehinger captain, D. Brinza, 
O. DeMarco, W. Attamante captain. Row Two: L. Burgin, G. 
Dackor, R. Pejeau, T. McGill, U. Scolaro, D. Bizily, J. Carr, J. 
Schael. W. Fuchs, H. Reichenbach, C. Lanning. Rotv Three: D. 
Reed, R. Leppert, J. Gilkerson, E. Proster, T. Kreit, D. Wheeler, G. 



Cox, T. Bizosky, T. Snyder, B. Symonds. Row Four: T. Wohlgemuth, 
M. Maxzzei, G. Engelke, J. Hamilton, J. Price, P. Ryan, S. Rechner, 
B. Temple. Row Five: K. Walters manager, H. Pierce manager, S. 
Yabroff manager, R. Scott, W. Reynolds, G. Mason, D. Vukcevic, J. 
Grinstead manager, D. Powers manager, D. Hall manager. 




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A tense moment before the ball is snapped. 



FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS AND COACH-Left to righ, 
C. Ehinger co-captain, Coacn Mohr, 
W. Attamante co-captain. 




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Starmaii makes an unusual catch. 




John Schael makes a Euclid gain. 





Reichenbach leaps to catch the ball. 



The apprehensive bench. 





JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 

Junior Varsity Football not only sup- 
plies the sophomore boy with a better 
knowledge of the techniques of playing 
good football, but it also allows him to 
become better acquainted with high 
school life and the general spirit and 
pride of the student body. Working 
along with the other members of his 
team, the J.V. Kitten gains the skill and 
knowledge which will earn him a place 
on next year's varsity team. 




Sprochi is rushed by the defensive line. 



JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL- Row One: R. Sarstedt, R. Macks, 
B. Hyne, E, Carroll, J. Sustersic, J. Martucci, R. Symonds, J. Schroe- 
ter, E. Larsen, R. Cirino, R. Sprochi, Row Two: J. Larkin, D. 
Coolidge, B. Hobzek, C. Moore, D. Demian, D. Barnes, T. Ockunzzi, 
R. Herbst, B. Gant, C. Hurwitch, J. Reichenbach. Row Three: J. 
Giordano, D. Wilbert, R. Hrovat, M. Apple, J. Horton, C. Murray, 



T. Giiliotti, K. Stevenson, E. Pesec, G. Leeper. Row Four: D. Mochan, 
J. Komocar, T. Aljancic. M. Weber, C. Winder, T. Gasser, D. Hull, 
J. Urbanick. Row Five: B. Yanchar, L. Sutton, N. Kaczur, B. 
Schicmann, D. Graafmeyer manager, M. Mazzei manager, B. Price 
tnatiager. 




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The Kittens charge in classic form. 



JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 



Euclid 16 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 30 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 14 



Garfield Heights 

St. Joseph 6 

Eastlake North 

Cleveland Heights 6 

Shaker Heights 

Parma 1 4 

Lakewood 

Shaw 26 



Wins 5 

Losses 2 

Ties 1 



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VARSITY WRESTLING-7?ou- Oyie: T. Oleksy, D. Hall, K. Vesey, 
M. Leber, F. Jernejcic, D. Coy, D. Thayer, L. Rositano, J. DeWitt. 
Row Tiuo: C. Wendorff matiager, R. Glaser, J. Polanc, J. Sustersic, 
J. Kurtis, J. Martucci, R. Lakatosh. Row Three: R. Torter, J. 



Schael, K. Wohlgemuth, H. Altenweg, C. Mansperger, K. Krivok, D. 
Vukcevic. Row Four: \V. Linsz manager, D. Gillespie, U. Scolaro, 
M. Orazen, W. Attamante, L. Burgin, K. Potokar, P. Plestis, J. Deely 
manaser. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 

At last the rivals meet in an open test 
of strength and will. The Panther judges 
his opponent's ability and then applies 
forethought and skill to the destruction 
of his foe. The ensuing competition 
continues till one discovers the other's 
vulnerability. Then with a weak but 
struggling heaviness the taxed victim 
sinks beneath a vise-like grip. The vic- 
tor's identity is not at all surprising. The 
Panther always wins his match. 

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VARSITY WRESTLING RECORD 

Euclid 24 Garfield Heights 11 

Euclid , 20 Eastlake North 20 

Euclid 30 Berea 1 1 

Euclid 31 Huron 6 

Euclid 36 Lakewood 5 

Euclid 39 Shaw 

Euclid 28 Cleveland Heights 9 

Euclid 43 Shaker 

Euclid 45 Wickliffe 

Euclid 36 Parma 7 

Euclid 30 John Marshall 7 



Wins 10 


Lake Erie League 1st 


Losses 


District 1st 


Ties 1 


State 2nd 




Don Gillespie tries for another record-breaking pin. 



WRESTLING COACHES AND TEAM CAPTAIN-Le/« 
to right: Coach Eckert, J. Schael captain, Coach DeMora. 



Rill Attainante wins by a pin. 





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Ted Knop gains a near pin. 



JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING RECORD 



Euclid 43 

Euclid 34 

Euclid 39 

Euclid 41 

Euclid 25 



Garfield Heights 7 

Eastlake North 5 

Lakewood 8 

Shaw 5 

Cleveland Heights 14 



Euclid 26 Shaker 14 

Euclid 37 Parma 8 

Euclid 31 John Marshall II 

Wins 8 
Losses 




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JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-TJow One: D. Mochan, E. Pesec, 
T. Gilliotti, T. Knop. Row Tivo: K. Vcsey, J. Jacobsohn, T. Coy, 
W Boyer, H. Pesch, D. Demian, R. Hrovat. Row Three: N. Berglund 
manager, M. Mazzei, J. Urbanick, P.Tolchinsky, K. Barta, D. Barnes, 
Row Four: W. Gant, T. Harwood, E. Larson, D. Coolidge, T. Walters, 
R. Lewis, J. Tegel, L. Grable, R. Karash. 



Coy struggles with his opponent. 




JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 

In one season of long, difficult prac- 
tices and frequent matches, tfie J. V. 
wrestlers progress from relative inexperi- 
ence to gaining the agility which merits 
a place on next season's varsity team. Al- 
though he receives comparatively little 
recognition on the sophomore squad, he 
realizes this is not his reason for partici- 
pating. The J. V. wrestler is developing 
strength and skill in order to condition 
himself for varsity competition. 



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Dick Beljan sets a new butterfly 



Brennan displays his form in a near-perfect dive. 





VARSITY SWIMMING 

The Varsity Swimmer worked to per- 
fect a more powerful stroke and a more 
graceful dive. Speed for short races and 
stamina for long distance swimming had 
to be developed. But the long hours of 
practice after school had its rewards this 
year. Dick Beljan's new butterfly record, 
Ted Goble's 200 yard freestyle, and John 
Randt's 100 yard breaststroke were just 
a small part of one of the most successful 
seasons Euclid High's swim team has had. 



VARSITY SWniMlNG-Row One: W. Houck, R. Allowav, T. Bren- 
nan, D. Mansuy, R. Wade, T. Goble, G. Wickes. Row Two: S. Tum- 
bry, R. Hughes, A. Tucci, J. Kneale, J. Randt, H. Pierce, G. Lane- 
lois, R. Beljan. ^ 



VARSITY SWIMMING RECORD 

Euclid 66 Lakewood 28 

Euclid 26 Gilmour 60 

Euclid 75 Shaker Heights 20 

Euclid 68 Berea ._ 28 

Euclid 37 Shaw 58 



Euclid 47 

Euclid 35 

Euclid 48 

Euclid 67 

Euclid 62 



Cleveland Heights 48 

W. R. A. 51 

Kent 31 

Shaker Heights 27 

Berea 3 3 




Euclid 40 Shaw 55 

Euclid _ 52 Cleveland Heights 43 

Euclid ..__53 University 42 

Euclid 23 Fairview 63 

Euclid 54 Gilmore 32 

Wins 9 
Losses 6 

Euclid Relays 5th 
Kent State Relays 11th 



SWIMMING COACHES AND TEAM CAPTAIN-Z.e// to right: Coach Palmer, R. Beljan cap- 
tain. Coach Resch. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING 

He had hit the water with a splash. His 
constant driving pull carried him nearer 
and nearer the far side of the pool. As he 
reached the wall, he made a tumble-turn 
and continued pulling. He reached the 
finish point, the winner. Wearily drag- 
ging himself from the water, the J.V. 
swimmer thought back on the race he 
had just swum. Although he had won, 
he knew that this year was only a pre- 
view to next year when his dive would be 
smoother, his turn smoother, and his 
stroke stronger, perfected by the drill 
and practice of his Junior Varsity year. 



110 




Ron Beiio starts for the J. V.'s in the backstroke. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING-Roty One: G. Reed, B. Maeder, 
D. Swisher. J. Reider, R. Gainar. Roiu Tu'o: K. Armstrong, D. Bel- 
jan, \V. Sweeny, J. Larkin, R. Sanderson. Row Three: R. Griffith, 
R. Bailey, R. Bene, H. Kirchwehra. 




JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING RECORD 

Euclid 12 Lakewood 73 

Euclid 36 Gilmour 49 

Euclid 10 Shaker 75 

Euclid 1 8 Berea 64 

Euclid 20 Shaw 64 

Euclid 21 Cleveland Heights 55 

Euclid 22 W. R. A 55 

Euclid 9 Lakewood 67 

Euclid 35 Kent 46 

Euclid 1 3 Shaker 7 1 

Euclid 25 Berea 50 

Euclid 24 Shaw 6 1 

Euclid 21 Cleveland Heights 55 

Euclid 50 Gilmour 35 

Wins 1 
Losses 13 

III 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 

The basketball team had an unusual 
season, at times creating optimism for a 
very successful record and then losing 
unexplainedly to mediocre teams. The 
games were highlighted by exciting full 
court presses and unerring aim of junior 
Berke Reichenbach. Though the team 
did not quite live up to pre-season ex- 
pectations, it created a colorful and en- 
tertaining varsity basketball season. 




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Tom Martin struggles for a rebound. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD 

Euclid 75 Wickliffe 69 

Euclid 83 Garfield Heights 49 

Euclid 55 Shaker Heights 35 

Euclid 61 Parma 71 

Euclid 70 Collinwood 5 1 

Euclid ..„_73 St. Joseph 82 

Euclid 74 Lakewood 68 

Euclid 5 1 Glenville 72 

Euclid 47 Shaw 61 

Euclid 52 Cleveland Heights 51 

Euclid 8 1 Brush 69 

Euclid 58 Shaker Heights 71 

Euclid 58 Akron Garfield 67 

Euclid 59 Parma 65 

Euclid 66 Lakewood 68 

Euclid 48 St. Joseph 69 

Euclid 60 Shaw 40 

Euclid 50 Cleveland Heights 59 

Wins 8 
Losses 10 



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BASktlBALI, COACHES-/.f/( to riglif.Conch Tckicli. Condi Daiighcity, Coach Supaiic 



VARSITY BASKETBALL— fioic One: R. Pejcau mnnaircr. C. Leppert, T. Murphy, J. Barthol- 
omew. R. Murphy. J. Kovach, P. Davidson manager, D. Cabala manager. Row Two: C. Lanning 
R. Palechck. H. Rcichcnbach. D. Maaswiiikcl. D. Perkins. T. Martin" R. Palmer, C. Ehinger, T. 
I'erlioni, M. Bathory, H. Theis. 




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Captain Mike Bathory stretches to score. 



Berke Reicheiibach jumps for two. 






Tom Perlioni goes in for a lay-up. 



Fans uatili as Chuch Lanning shoots a foul shot. 





Gil Krotine tries a long shot. 



The Kittens show their defensive skil 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD 

Euclid 62 Wickliffe 36 

Euclid 56 Garfield Heights 50 

Euclid.... 47 Shaker Heights 30 

Euclid 35 Parma 44 

Euclid 46 Collinwood 48 

Euclid 67 St. Joseph 73 

Euclid 5 1 Lakewood 62 

Euclid 51 Glenville 35 

Euclid __.55 Shaw 46 

Euclid 58 Cleveland Heights 41 

Euclid 57 Brush 55 

Euclid 55 Shaker Heights 41 

Euclid 44 Akron Garfield 48 

Euclid 54 Parma 63 

Euclid 62 Lakewood 60 

Euclid 45 St. Joseph 54 

Euclid 36 Shaw 49 

Euclid 45 Cleveland Heights 36 

jjg Wins 10 

Losses 8 





JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-«ou» One: R. Jackson, R. Gabriel, R. Cirino, R. Sprochi, 
R. Macks, T. Ockunzzi. Row Two: K. Stevenson, D. Antonick, G. Dane, J. Komocar, C. Winder, 
C. Moore, G. Krotine. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 

The Junior Varsity team always show- 
ed a willingness to fight for any game 
until the final buzzer. This indomitable 
spirit plus the ingredients for successful 
team play gave them a reasonably good 
season. Whether they develop the 
smoothness and poise necessary to a win- 
ning team will be seen next year. 



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Cheerleaders express mixed emotions over the team's actions. 




CHEERLEADERS 

A booming cheer shook the stands as 
the Euclid five fattened their lead by an- 
other two points. With uncontrolled 
spirit the Panther cheerleaders leaped to 
their feet. Jumping, yelling, stretching, 
the girls led the new cheer which they 
had practiced several nights this week in 
an almost empty hall. Watching their 
movements and screaming the cheer, the 
responsive spectators urged the team to 
a victorious season. 



The cheerleaders kick up their heels. 

PANTHERS AND SUBSTITUTE CHEERLEADERS-Lf/f to right: T. Burger. J. Benlein, K. 
Stomberg, D. Aljancic, K. Corrigan. 




JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-flotu One: D. DiBiasio. Row 
Two: M. Hunt, C. Keller. Row Three: L. Fox, M. Bogatay, A. Habian. 





VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— Lf/f* to right: L. Poese, M. Ingram, C. McBroom, P. Freed, B. 
Bogatay, M. Church. 



Yea! EuclidI 




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MAJORETTES 

Continual daily practices all summer 
and during the school year provide Euc- 
lid High with the precision marching 
and clever dance routines of our major- 
ettes. When these girls appear during 
the half-time of our football games and 
demonstrate their skill with batons, they 
are received by the spectators with as 
much pride and enthusiasm as the foot- 
ball team. 



HEAD MAJORETTES-Barb Harper, Evie Petkovsek. 



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MAJORETTES-/.r// lo ri;rlil: D. Milialy. B. Ncff, J. Thompson, D. Bochlke, C. Kerestes, B. 
Harper. E. Pclko\sck. K. Ziist, C. Arnold, C. Cozart, L. Gribbons, C. Lutsch. 



MAJORETTE SUBSTITUTES-/-?// to right: B. Miller, K. Fowler, M. Roma, P. Corrigan T 
Winkler, E. Sceranka. * ■'' 




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Juniors 



The junior year is a difficult one. The re- 
turning student, no longer awed by his sur- 
roundings, is faced ivith a multitude of neiu 
responsibilities. An increased amount of 
homework competes for his time with the new 
extracurricular activities he is now allowed to 
join. Swim Club, Choral Masters, varsity sports, 
and majorettes all give the junior a chance to 
share in predominantly senior activities, pre- 
paring him to assume leadership the next year. 
Advanced algebra and chemistry initiate many 
students to the custom of post-midnight study- 
ing, and for those who excel. National Honor 
Society gives well-deserved recognition. In 
spite of the privileges of wearing a class ring, 
and the excitement of the Junior Prom, the 
deprecating looks of the upperclassmen remind 
the junior that it will be another year before 
he will be allowed to leave the assemblies first. 






JUNIOR CLASS OVnCKRS-Sealed: M. McChaw Srcrelaiy. knrclnig: K. k.iulall /) 
F. Jcnicjcic President. Stiindiiig: T. Bimoughs J'ice President. 



Miss Edith Lemon 
Junior Class Counselor. 



Mr. Joliii Reeves, 
Junior Class Counselor. 





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JUNIOR CLASS CABINET-«ou; One: S. Bell, M. Beery, P. Vidusich, L. Rcba, P. Fcdcrico, 
J. Papp. Roxv Two: W. Zeravica, M. Paolella, B. Kramer, J. Bartholomew. 



HOMEROOM lll-7?ori' Oni': H. Bassctt. VV. Southworth, R. Armstrong, P. Akraboff, C. Ander- 
son, M. Balslcy, W. Adams. B. Applcquist. T. Albertone. Row Two: G. Smith. C. Baldini, D. 
Bailey, S. Aufmuth, P. Amato. L. Avery, S. Bahr. O. Anderson. Row Three: J. Gospodarich. R. 
Bailey, E. Antonacci, R. Harriman. D. Atlams, R. Ashley. S. Adams. S. Apolski, Mr. Rinkes. Row 
Four: T. Watson, J. Bartholomew, J. Baker, G. Langlois, S. Agrast, R. Austin, K. Albcrtscn, 
G. Alves. 




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HOMEROOM 112-Row One: J. Birchak, M. Beery, C. Boehmer, L. Bonar, J. Kramer, N. Bednar, 
D. Bennett. Rotv Tiuo: W. Blanc, A. Biondi, R. Bowen, D. Bernstein, W. Boa?, T Borowski d' 
Blakeley, B. Beal. 




HOMEROOM \U-Rou< One: K. Brady, T. Burroughs, L. Brendorfer, R. Brown, J. Carlson, L. 
Boyce, B. Brown. C. Brandich, T. Burger. Row Two: A. Burgin, J. Breen, T. Brown, B. Opdahl, 
D. Brougher, R. Brown, G. Ostrowski, T. Campagna, W. Broos. 




HOMEROOM lU-Rmv One: K. Buehner, C. Bradshaw, D. Bubonics, J. Briggs, S. Brain, P. 
Bryant, B. Buchar. M. Brancae. S. Buchwald, M. Bricelj. Roji' Two: Mrs. Hepner, C. Campbell, 
T. Busch, J. Budas, G. Brandt, B. Burger, L. Strunge, D. Bromley, J. Boyton. 



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HOMEROOM 112— Row One: D. Baxter, S. Bell, K. Terrizzi, J. Bokar, G. Boczek, E. Beyer, J. 
Biello. Row Two: D. Bizily, J. Beechuk, D. Bell, R. Blatnick, T. Bizosky, J. Blassingame, R. 
Baur, Mr. Boja. 




HOMEROOM 116-fioii' One: Miss Hasscii. W, Conrad, R. Carmany, E. Capretti, R. Carroll. 
Row Two: L. Cohen, J. Cook. J. Carpenter. J. Carr. D. Clarke. 




HOMEROOM 116-7^oa' One: L. Cercek, J. Campana, K. Cerr, I. Cetaratti, P. Chylla. Row Two: 
P. Carroll, E. Kinn, J. Consla, J. Cefaratti, S. Coode. 



HOMEROOM 116-Row One: S. Calvert, M. Cergol, L. Clink, K. Corrigan, K. Sweeney. 



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HOMEROOM 128— fioir One: J. Kliinki). II. BoiluiKr. C:. Cirwig, J. Huston, D. Billings. E. 
Schulz, B. Boettner, G. Murphy, A. Prawd/ik. Hon' Tico: H. Rose, [. Fisher, E. Rockey, P. Rein- 
ing, R. George, M. Montagner, P. Terras, C;. Pointer, E. Petrich, Mr. Eiscn. 




HOMEROOM 132-«oii' One: D. DeRosa, C. Da\is, R. Skrout, C. Cresson, D. Daugherty, M. 
Daugherty, R. Curutt. Rou< Two: M. Corrigan, R. Custard, G. Cox, J. Deely, B. Dembck, D. 
Daugherty, Mr. McLaughlin. 



HOMEROOM 132-fiow One: R. Crane, L. Dickinson, R. Deans, P. Deister, S. Doley. Roiu Two: 
J. Roth, D. Fabec, L. Craig, D. Morell, M. DeViney, J. Delsanter, J. Debelak. 





HOMEROOM \33-Roir One: P. Duncan, B. Farrill, D. Fike. C. Eppich. N. Kaston, S. Blatsos, 
M. Doyk. Row Two: L. Feldcn. P. Purely, J. Elowers, H. Faint. R. Fergus, E. Ever, Mr. Hunger- 
ford. 

HOMEROOM 133-7?0!(' One: P. Drosutis. P. Fedcrico, M. Fields. A. D i Loo C. Echert B 
Draxler. Row Two: B. Elek, A. Elliot, B. Figncr. G. Engelke, L. Eaglcn. M. Aspinwall, D. Domke. 




Junior boys consider the more serious side of school life. 





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HOMEROOM 206-RoXL' One: D. Hall, R. Gugliotta. J. Zormaii, C. DeMore, A. Gorsha, L. Hall. 
Rou' Tzvo: R. Grcitzer, J. Hamilton, L. Grugel, C. Highland, R. Haigh, R. Harps, Mrs. Smith. 



HOMEROOM 206-Row One: N. Goslce, S. Grisard. J. Gutka, G. Grdolnik, M. Grill, .S. Hamilton 
M. Hadarich. Roiv Two: W. Haney, R. Fuller, J. Hehiiink, P. Neola, R. Hendy, D. Griffin, W. 
Bnrlison. 




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HOMEROOM 2\0-Row One: S. Harris, L. Hrovat, C. Hart, C. VanScoder, L. Horvath, N. 
Hanks, J. Hitty, P, Hiller, A. Hartnett. Roiu Tiuo: A. Hlabse, R. Hudec, D. Sobe, R, Szaras, D. 
Hrnyak, J. Mrowca, R. Hotchkiss, T. Maloney. 




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HOMEROOM 207— Rou' One: M. Geyer, L. Gerzeny, H. Glenn, K. Abbott, L. Gadus. Rou' Tu'o: 
L. Fordyce, L. Angclo, P. Gabalac, J. Friedel, M. Galco, Mrs. Gates. 




HOMEROOM 207— Kou' One: S. Gislason, C. Flesgarten, C. Gislason. K. Fowler, A. Maiisser. 
Row Tzt'o: H. Gcddcs, A. Germane, M. Geigcr, J. Frazee, M. Troha, L. Gaster. 




HOMEROOM 207-Kojr Oiu: V. Inx. L. (.u\.irics, M. Focarcto, G. Francis, J. Gilkerson, D. 
Foerste, A. Gczann. Row Two: A. Gooch. H. Fox, K. Goldlust, R. Taylor, G. Gale, R. Green, D. 
Grapatin. 



HOMEROOM 210— /?oj(' One: S. Howe, C. Hummon, L. Lindic, M. Routzahn, D. Harris, J. 
Mcrvar, C. Hehr, D. Hoedt, Mrs. C. Stillman. Row Two: C. Humphrey, D. Hudec', J. Howard, 
W. Houck. D. Hoppcrt, M. Hobzek, W. Hollar. J. Hillegas, J. Hunt. 









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IIOMEROO>r 2\2-Row One: R. Kendall, K. Tmbrv, F. Jernejcic. P. Jaffray, M. Ingram, Mrs. 
Horn. Row Txvn: S. Tyjewski, S, Jerkic, K, Jaml)or,' B. Inman, C. Iwanski, G. Irwin, S. Stress. 




HOMEROOM 221— Row One: B. Makowski, W. Major, J. McGarry, D. McKinley, C. Maresh, 
R. Marmash, C. Marn, M. Mulligan. Roiu Two: J. Simmer, M. Mazzei, K. Misick', T. Murphy, 
J. Eeckhout, B. Medvcd, D. Nesbett, R. Murphy, L. Nason. 



HOMEROOM 216— Roir One: G. Kromc. R. Kuharik, J. Krapenc. B. Kramer, E. Kovacs, J. 
Kovic. Rnu> Two: Mr. Lewis, G. Likovic, C. Lcppcrf. M. Komar. C. Lccs, D. Leber. 




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HOMEROOM 215— fioKi One: P. Klemcncic, S. Koklcv. A, Kautfman. J. DeWitt, N. Katanik. 
Row Two: R. Stcfancic, B. Kovach, C. Lanning. J. Kosnian, E. Dreher. 




HOMEROOM 215— Row One: J. Ko\acli, M. KaliiKiwski, C. Kcixstcs, P. Stcinlioft, S. Kintz. 
Row Two: T. Kreit, R. Lapuli, J. Carlson, R. Kromor. J. Hasko. 




HOMEROOM 2ir)-7;o!i' One: C. Klovav. G. Kisli. E. Sajiia, B. King. D. Kasunic. /,'.-.r 7, 
R. Tutolo, B. Kraft, V. Kranz, J. Krcn, A. Johns. Mr. Fowler. 



HOMEROOM 216— 7?ott' One: R. Lcc. R. Lipstreu, D, Rupert. M. Lerz. M. Laukiavich. Row 
Two: E. Konte, R. Lausche, J. Kozak, D. Lavo, M. Leber. 




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HOMEROOM 220~Roic 0>ie: Mrs. Lees, K. Lvbai,t;ci. D. Liptak, J. Leskovcc, D. Lukat, T. 
Tosti, N. Marolt. E. Gray, J, Lesiak, K. Dagley. Row Two: D. ^faaswinkel, W. March, T. 
Markley, D. Lyman, O. Loeding, S. Simmons, M. Markatos. J. McKee, B. Maedcr. 




HOMEROOM 220-Roa' One J Lockci R Xfastio G Mackave, K. Lutz, L, Long, J. Lunder, 
L. Loppe, N. Lindquist, A. Love]oy. Row 1 wo: V. Lowe, L. Lege, K. Love, G. Mason, J. Malz, 
R. Mance, C. Mansperger, C. Maher. 




HOMEROOM 22\-Rou One B Makowski. AV. Major, J. McGarry, D. McKinley, C. Maresh, 
R. Marmasli C Marn M Mulligan. Rou' Two: ]. .Simmer, M. Mazzei, K. Mishick, T. Murphy, 
J. Eeckhout B Mcd\ed D Nesbctt R. Murphy. L. Nason. 

HOMEROOM 221-Row One: L. McGregor, C. Martin, M. Mack, D. McCulloch, J. Marzi, M. 
McGraw, J. Mclntvre. P. Mahanv. Roto Tu'o: W. Myles, C. Morgenthaler, P. Milavec, T. Needs, 
F. OI)Iak, F. >[ikni, P. Naujoks, L. Nfcioncv. 




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HOMEROOM 22^-Row One: Miss Fogartv. D. Mihalv. C. ^rllIford, V. Miklausich, G. Miller, 
C. Kovacs. Rou' Two: M. Orazcn, R. Parker. G. Panstarcs. G. Paolucci. W, Olah. 




HOMEROOM i;L':;-A'.-;r Our: ]. Miller. E. Rrown, D. Mihalv. J. Mason. X. Mijacek. Roio Two: 
E. Neat. S. Miller. E. Mauser, S. Naylor. K. Bishop. M. Nixon; 




HOMEROOM 223-Row One: .S. Mcall. M. Milavec. D. Omanski, M, Paolella, T. Oleksy. Row 
Two: C. Orebaugh, J. Peters, T. Perko, J. Peters, J. Orr, R. Palechek. 



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HOMEROOM 229-Rozf One: C. Piper. S. Pctrolcwicz, S. Novotny. L. Owen, J- Mantel, Mr. 
Round. Roil' Two: C. Picciano, J. Pollack, F. Potochnik, E. Petenson. K. Potokar, H. Pierce, 
F. Gron. 




HOMEROOM 229-fiorr One: J. Polanc. M. Ple.sz. T- Palko. R. Olah, J- Pickett, R. PaUiinbo. 
Row Two: D. Podobnikar, E. Offak, R, Oclsncr, L. Nurmi, J. Papp, J. Novak. 




HOMEROOM 229—Rojv One: P. Plescia, J. Pike, B. Pappas, .S. Platzer, J. ^Vebbe. Roio Two: 
W. Powell, P. Plestis, R. Preskar, J. Petrou, D. Podwils, J. Pleichner. 



HOMEROOM Sm~Rnw One: A. nebartolomeo, E. Rowles. M. Santorelli. E. Sccranka, L. Rittcr, 
F. ^fnri. R. Rn<jill. Rmr Trrn: T1. Robinson. ] Ru-idii. T. Rnss, ]_ Ratli, \V. Repasy, R. Ronke. n. 

R.MI.ilds 




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HOMEROOM 501-Row One: S. Foy, J. Renner. S. Redmond, L. Rees, B. Raymond, G. Puncoh, 
N. Rakas, J. Pugliese. P. Quigley. Row Two: J. Ramona, H. Reichenbach, R. Rakar, J. Rechner, 
K. Purtill, R. Carter, R. Randolph, J. Randt, Mr. Hawvcr. 




HOMEROOM W]-Rmc One: A. Rabun. \'. Paradise. K. Popioick, M. Prokopovich, L. Poese, 
D. Morton. G. Polis, C. Pratt. M. Raduanirk. Row Two: L. Reba, J. Reider, J. Price, G. Zettl, 
S. Rechner. J. Rcnko. G. Rothrock. R. Ranker, D. Reed. 



HOMEROOM $0^-Row One: P. Rosenblatt. T. Rossidivita. .S. Schadc. R. Ricksecker, .S. Roskoph, 
L. Schied. L. Rositano. Row Two- S Rvder M. Roma. M. Reider. T. Ruple. A. Russ, J. Menart, 
R. Leland. S. Lipnicki, Mr. Stenibnnk 




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HOMEROOM 'X)6-Kou- One: T. Sawyer, S. Oznowich, J. Ryan, E. Schneider, J. Sharp, W. 
Schmenk, J. Schultz. Rou' Two: B. Schenck, W. Hale, D. Papesh, G. Evercth, A. Putney, J. 
Semcnik, R. Schuler, J. Sabath. 




HOMEROOM 306— 7?oi(' One: D. Sharp, D. Simon, P. Shamljaugh, M. Hasto. J. SchuUz, B. 
Shepard, H. Schieb, M. Sikora. Roxe Two: Mrs. Vcnalcck, L. Schcvc, L. Simpson, P. Scars, P. 
Gallagher, R. Seaman, U. Scolaro, C. Scdusky. 



HOMEROOM 308-7;oj,' Our: K. Stones, S. Sweeney, J. Stillinger, J. Stuison, T Springer, N. 
Stoneback. N. Davis, R. Swisher, J, Stra/ier, A. Strong. Row Two: Mr. Pahner, T. Stoiber, R. 
Swindall, M. Springer, R. Stauffer, W. Strekal, S. Sulak. F. Sveknc, C. Statz, M. Strannck. 




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HOMEROOM 3U7-/!ou' One: Miss Bonntlli, E. Spalck, B. Spall, J. Bender. J. Scheuffler, J. 
Koenig. V. Snow, J. Slauta. Row Two: J. Scbock, T. Snydur. J. Smolic, A. Sluga, K. Shirk, E. 
Germ, D. Sotka, J. Somrak. 



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HOMEROOM mi-Row One: K. Slater. A. Springer, E. Sokol. L. Somrak, D. Skrajner, L. Singer, 
R. Brennan. Row Two: P. Smith, C. Soeder, J. Shaw, J. Hlabsc, W. Sederholm, G. Jennrich, J. 
Smith. 



HOMEROOM 308-7?oie One: M. Stefanchik, K. Stone, S. Teitelbaum, C. Somich, S. Stojetz, 
R. Sternen, B. Strang, C. Kristoff, B. Tercck. Roio Tico: D. Struna, P. Sumrada.G. Stanton, S. 
Stefanko, B. Svekric, J. Stanek, S. Tarantino, D. Stock, D. Spokas. 



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HOMEROOM 3\0-Row One: Mrs. Barrow, P. Vidusich, M. Wagner, L. Vislocky, C. Mandalla, 
J, Vidniar, Rou' Two: A. Wallace, J. V'iburs, T, \ViIson, J. Grinstead, T. Wohlgemuth, R. 
Verhotz, R. Wood. 




HOMEROOM 310-Row One: C \Veiss G ^Vickes M Wintci S \Vatson, G \Vick Roto Two: 
B, Vonsick, J Hart, D, AVheeler, K ^ValtcI, J Knitss, D \'ukce\ic. 




HOMEROOM S\0-Row One: P. ■\VaIdron, G. 'Westerfield, D. Mtanza, P, Watterman, D. Walsh. 
RoiL' Two: R. Golobic. D, "Wiltshire, D. Vargo, B, \'ideiisek, J. \'ukcevic, E. Vesey. 



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HOMEROOM 32()~Row Ou<-. D. Turk, n. TNJcuski, M. Thcndosian. K. Tiickcrman, P. Turk, 
P. Ezzo. Miss Phypcis. Row Two: P. \'andctti. T. Tucker. M. Tabor. J. Ulcpic, 'W. Symonds, J. 
Trobcntcr, R. Templcton, J. Tckavcc. 

HOMEROOM .'!2n-/?0!i' One: J. Tharp, ]. Thronljcrcns. R. ^'a^caricllo, C. Turk. B. Trauger, 
M. Toth. M. Toth. Row Two: R. Tortcr, J. .Szilag\i, L. Taylor, R, Temple. W . Urbancic, J. 
Ursini, R. Szabo, P. Vaccaricllo. 





HOMEROOM 362R-fiou. Om-: A. Winet. W. Zaffiro, T. York. ] Wright 
/upancic, ,S. Yauchar. Row Two: Mr. .Santos, J. Zimmerman, J. Ycdnock. H ( 
gull, ^V. Zcravica, F. Kochcvar, A. Wotsch. 



N. Williams. B. 
Chakirelis, J. Wor- 



HOMEROOM %2&V,-Row One: K. Yanc. M. Zola. P. Yapcl. L. Brock, B. Wilcoxon, A. Will, 
M. Witzkc. E. Wilkc. Roil< Two: S. Wilson. C. Poulin, T. Clarke, J. Kapsch, S. Yabroff, J. 
Zigman, .S. Korcn. J. ^Vyban. 




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Organizations 



Education only begins in the classroom. 
From there it extends to the student's personal 
life ivliere he must learn to expand, develop, 
and apply what he has learned from textbooks 
and lectures to Iiis own personality and envi- 
ronment. Participation in a variety of school 
organizations and extra-curricular activities is 
necessary to tJie student's social progress. First 
of all, service organizations demonstrate the 
importance of the student's contribution to 
others. Social groups teach liiin to develop 
personality and express himself and commun- 
icate with others more effectively. Athletic 
clubs assist him in. developing physical agility, 
lohile mental agility is gained from participa- 
tion in academic organizations, and both en- 
courage the development of natural talent. 
Finally, honor societies inspire students to de- 
velop higli character, leadership, scholarship, 
and a sense of duty to others. 






AVORLD AFFAIRS CLUB- Roxu One: V. Goss, K. Rock, G. Krome, 
K. Mog, R. Gargiulo, K. Balsley, K. Cwik, K. Wilber. Row Tu'o: S. 
Peacock, B. Winters, P. Strang. K. Greenway, B. Ellis, J. Slaby, B. 
Lohrey. Row Three: B. Mushinko, S. Gordon, D. Urbanick, A. Lind- 
quist, M. Mulligan. H. Krauss. Row Four: J. Cook, J. Eggleston, S. 



Grisard. M. Hotchkiss, C. Ritz, P. Slitor, M. Prindcrgast. Roto Five: 
B, Tekancic. R. Ahey. S. Jones, C. Johnson. K. Stoniberg, B. Kimen. 
Roxo Six: J. Miller, L, Eaglen, R. Haworth, J. Spencer, R. Shaner, 
J. Forster. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB OFFICERS-fiott- One: K. Balsley vice president, S. Flood secretary. 
Row Two: B. Kimen treasurer, K. Mog president. 




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WORLD AFFAIRS 

In an era of world crises as our nation 
faces today, it is necessary that our people 
realize the truth and calmly organize, 
with foresight and discretion, the proper 
tactics for securing world peace. To pro- 
mote an understanding of foreign na- 
tions—their economic, political, religious, 
and social systems— the World Affairs 
Club regularly studies current events in 
panel discussions, lectures, and movies. 
This organization, whose sponsor travels 
frequently in America and abroad, sends 
two students each spring to visit Wash- 
ington, D.C. and the United Nations 
Building in New York City. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

Understanding among nations is the 
purpose of the American Field Service 
which has come to our community for 
the first time this year. This is the 
agency which brings exchange students 
from over fifty countries to American 
communities to live and study just as 
American teen-agers do. Ann Lindquist, 
our first exchange student, will remain in 
Euclid for ten months, participating in 
the same activities as other students and 
speaking to various civic organizations 
in our community. Afterwards Ann will 
tour the East with a group of other ex- 
change students for three weeks and then 
return to Sweden. Through being ac- 
cepted by the American Field Service, 
Euclid will be able to send one of its 
students abroad and receive other foreign 
exchange students alternately each year. 



Ann I.indquist our Swedish c'.chaiigc student, and Bev 
l.ohrcy, her hostess, enjoy a Euclid bridge game. 





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NEWLY INDUCTED MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY-Sfj;;on: R. Alloway, K. Balsley, C. Bayer, J. Bittence, M. 
Boros, D. Biidic, J. Cesa, R. Chaunce, C. Cline, L. Clotts, L. Cro- 
baugh, K. Cwik, H. David, P. Davidson, R. Dieckmann. C. Ehingcr, 
R. Felz, M. Fenster, S. Flood, E. Fromer, W. Gauch, D. House, D. 



Janis. P. Johnson, G. Kalan, K. Kimberly, D. Kne, J. Kurtis, C. 
Lancsc, M. Lasnik. B. Lohrcy, P. Lotvry, P. Ludek, L. Milazotto, B. 
Miller, J. Miller, B. Mushinko, S. Peacock, T. Perlioni, B. Plagge- 
niicr, A. Polsinelli, J. Pulver, W. Reynolds, K. Rock, J. Romano, 
J. Roscoe, D. Sanderson, T. Siciliano, T. Snyder, H. Spivack, R. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS-Lc/i to right: R. 
Dunker vice president, J. Slaby treasurer, C. Krncll secretaiy, W. 
Vicic president. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

One of the most impressive assemblies 
of the year is the National Honor Society 
induction ceremony. Based on leader- 
ship, scholarship, character, and service, 
membership is open to juniors and sen- 
iors who display these qualities as rated 
by former N.H.S. members and the 
faculty. As the secretary begins to read 
the names of the new members, many of 
the students sit tensely. By the end of the 
assembly some of the anxious and tense 
looks will change to looks of disappoint- 
ment and others will change to pride as 
the new members display their pins, 
knowing they have achieved one of the 
highest honors attainable in high school 
—membership in a nationally recognized 
honor society. 



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Stoner, D. Sweeder. N. Tomsich. M. Travnik, J. Usalis, M. Wehrle, 
K. Wilber, J. Winkler, L. Winkler, B. Winters, C. \Vright, D. 
Wroniak, M.. Yager, F. Zuchelli, K. Zust. Juniors: B. Applequist, 
S; Bahr, M. Beery, S. Bell, D. Bizily, M. Brancae, G. Brandt, R. 
Brown, T. Burroughs, S. Calvert, R. Carter, W. Conrad, G. Cox, J. 



Debelak, L. Eaglen, M. Fields, K. Goldlust, N. Goslcc, M. Hobzek, 
J. Howard, S. Howe, S. Jerkic, C. Klevay, L. Lege, K. Lybarger, C. 
Maresh, R. Murphy. T. Murphy, R. Oelsner, C. Piper, L. Poese, 
L. Simpson, N. Stoneback, J. Tharp, K, Tuckerman, D. Vukcivic, 
M. AVagner, J. Zimmerman, M. Zola, 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-7?ow One: H. Krauss, C. Krncll, 
D. Wheeler, L. Skomski, A. Schelgunov, J. Slaby, J. Eggleston, M. 
DeMotte, K. Mog. Row Two: R. Zuzek, D. Boelhke, C. Arnold, K. 
Tomko, M. Church. B. Ellis. C. Pasqualc. H. Berthold. P. Freed. 



Rozc Tliree: H. Theis, W. Ebert, D. Gulbenkian, R. Hasher, N. 
Anderson, R. Pejeau, T. Frye. Row Four: K. Gortz, M. Bathory, W. 
Vicic, D. Mansperger, N. Beeke, R. Brigden. 





NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-Row One: J. Hovan, T. Martin, 
J. Cook. D. Camino, W. Blanc, R. Ferrante, .S. Shaughnessy, S. 
Howe, K. Goldlust, R. Peterson, E. Bulicek. Roiv Two: Mr. Robuck 
sponsor, W. Schutte, B. Maeder, R. Ashley, B. Hava, B. Ellis, C. 
Mullins. C. Traina. M. Paganic, M. Zola, K. Livermorc, V. Goss. 



Row Three: S. Wall. J. Frazier. K. Fowler, G. Urbancic, T. Grillo, 
M. Wasenda, P. Redding, J. Colon, S. McNainara. L. Kytle, S. Paulsen, 
K. Cwik. R. Lilley. Row Four: N. Sherman, E. Judice, G. Havreberg. 
A. Stepic, K. Jambor, S. Geyer, S. Jones, J. Cesnik, S. Forker, J. 
Miller, R. Halderman, L. Harris, A. Winet, L. Loope. 



NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICER.S-.Sra/crf: S. Shaughnessy 
secretary-treasurer. Standing, left to right: K. Goldlust vice president, R. 
Ferrante president. 




NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 

The inexperienced speaker avoids 
talking in front of a group, but with 
practice he gradually finds himself eager- 
ly waiting for his chance to seek his place 
behind the podium. While the student 
is earning points for membership in the 
National Forensic League by participat- 
ing in numerous speech contests, he is 
also developing poise and self-confidence. 
By practicing articulation, voice inflec- 
tion, proper gestures, and eye movements, 
he learns to persuade, inform, argue, and 
describe— to express his own ideas and 
opinions in a concise, effective manner. 



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THESPIANS— fioH' 07ie: T). Ritchie. B. Fromer, R. Fcrrante, S. Shaughnessy. Row Two: R. 
Stroll, J. Urbas, P. Croubaugh, M. DeMotle. Row Three: R. Summers, J. Zimmerman, J. Roscoe, 
S. Stefanko. Row Four: D. Miller, C. Klevay, S. Howe, C. Krnell, B. Gauch. 



THESPIANS 

Big show, fall play, spring play, and 
play night offer the interested student 
the opportunity to earn points toward 
Thespian membership. Whether his 
talent is designing costumes, creating 
scenery, or acting, he has the chance to 
display and develop his ability several 
times a year. Having met the qualifica- 
tions of this national organization, the 



new Thespian can be seen walking 
through the halls wearing sun glasses and 
a large red "T" reciting well known lines 
from famous dramatic works to veteran 
members of the club. After the two days 
of initiation are over, the new Thespian 
is eligible to participate in the group's 
activities, which include several theater 
parties. 



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SCIENCE SEMINAR 

To the student interested in science 
and mathematics, the Science Seminar 
offers the opportunity to learn more 
about these topics from experienced men 
in industrial and teaching careers. The 
ideas and information presented by these 
men is often directly pertinent to the 
growing technical fields of today. Thus, 
the scientifically oriented student is able 
to ascertain a great deal of both practical 
and educational knowledge about a pos- 
sible futine career. 



Students study the result of a Science Seminar experiment. 



.SCIENCE SEMIXAR-fiorr Out: L. Harris, A. .Schelsunov, R. .\llo- 
way, N. Beeke, C Piiikney. Rozu Two: R. Carter. L. Taylor, D. Kad- 
unc, D. Wiltshne, D. Garland. Rozr Tliiee: B. Sederholm. D. Kan- 



nci. W. Ebert. R Raiash, W. Scliuctte. Row Font: J. Zimmerman, 
C Huiuitch. P. Debevec, R. Suit/, R. Cic\cling. L. Smith. Row 
Five: R. Fowler. R. Collins. 




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Harry Faint enjoys his rhythm. 



TALENT SCOUTS 

Talent Scouts E.H.S. was originated 
to give students an opportunity to de- 
velop their talents in the field of enter- 
tainment. Each year the members of this 
organization gain experience by com- 
bining their varied talents to present an 
assembly before the student body. 



Karen Pike's "five foot two" entertains the andience. 




Vocalist. Lorrain Kitko, is 
one of Euclid's most promis- 
ing talents. 

Mr. Harding lectures from 
one of his texts. 





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JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB-7?oh' One: J. Koenig, P. ^ViIcox, L. 
Fordycc. P. \Vatterman. B. Vidcnsek, B. Pappas, J. Beechuk, A. 
Abbott. G. Krome, N. Kaston, P. Deister, A. Mausser, M. Davis, P. 
Ipavec, J. Kramer. Roxu Two: P. Klemencic, E. Sokol, S. Stross, C. 
Sedusky, M. Laukiavich, S. Miller, M. Doyle, R. Ricksecker, C. 



Martin, I,. Kalinowski, V. Wick, C. Soinich, E. .Sajna, \V. Conrad. 
Row Three: M. Milavec, S. Stojetz, E. Offak, M. Hasto, A. Will, M. 
Cergol, C. Boehmer, C. Baldini, E. Spalek, J. Mclntyre, C. Maresh, 
S. Brain, C. Turk, L. Lege. 



SENIOR FRIENDSHIP CLVB-Row One: L. Burk, D. Snyder, L. 
Riebe, B. Hava, B. Besednik, J. Cook, S. Spolar, K. Avery, B. Pavlik, 
B. Sabula. Row Two: F. Lorence, P. Ludek, S. Paulsen, S. Lewis, 
P. Lowry, C. Cline, S. Heintz, K. Mack, P. Harris. Row Three: A. 
Pelyak, K. Znidarsic, M. Wilk, J. Adkins, N. Campbell, M. Kulwin, 
S. Dadlow, S. Stevens, K. Dailey, M. Wehrle. 





SENIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB-7?0tti Or^e: R. Halderman, K. Fetter, 
B. Luckay, J. Reed, S. Feldman, J. Fleshin, J. Zeider. Row Two: C. 
Wright, M. DeMotte, R. Koskovics, L. Clotts, M. Yager, D. Felmley, 
S. Saunway. 



SOPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB-fiow One: D. Kaselak, M 
Gojak, E. Begalke, M. Kostansek, C. Ritz, M. Minnillo, J. Urankar, 
S. Cinco, K. Pike, C. Lonchar, R. Milone, D. Bone, D. Budinsky, R 
Leake, A. Urbancek, L. Zust, B. Bradford, P. Redding, D. Header 
son, E. Brigden. Roxo Tiuo: S. Gombach, A. Schultz, G. Miller, J 
DiPuccio, L. Kitko, S. Seifert, E. Lesiak, H. Lasnik, J. Ellis, J. Kot 
nik, A. Lucha, C. Sedmak, J. Baran, M. Vovko, L. Traven, L. Miller 
R. Hanna, M. Green. Roxu Three: C. Mog, C. Falton, B. Klavora 



L. Thamer, P. Thomas, J. Chopyak, J. Lefney, B. Friedman, K. 
Skalski, K. Siat, D. Young, E. Sturm, C. Malovic, P. Sernel, D. Ben- 
uenuto, y. Guth, P. Lyle, C. Zanghi. Roxu Four: M. Vocaturo, J, 
Balogh, L. Rast, D. Yoger, E. Chaunce, J. Cesnik, J. Heines, J 
Frusterc, M. Dcbevec, M. Lis, D. Rhodes, C. Ogoreuc, S. Kavis, S 
DeVanna, E. Terranova, B. Boldin. 7?oii; Fixie: J. Schutte, N. Phil 
lips, E. Koval, C. Roland, D. Germovsek, E. Hanes, D. King, L 
McKee, J. Ostkar, C. Nenadal, C. Wenadal, L. Sherrill, S. Willson 
K. Korosec, C. Andrew, P. Alexander, E. Sluga. 



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JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP ChVB-Row One: C. Eppich, M. Balsley, S. 
Calvert, D. Daugherty, L. Rees, R. Kuharik, K. Fowler, P. Federico, 
J. Novak, L. Gerzeny, J. Gutka, J. Delsanter, M. Zola, B. Buchar, D. 
Kasunic, W. Major. Row Tu-o: S. Bahr, L. Horvath, R. Oelsner, J. 
Papp, M. Prokopovich, L. Brown, R. Vaccariello, K. Lybarger, G. 



Brandt, V. Lowe, J. Lunder, M. Radwanick, S. Redmond, P. Dilworth, 
L. Owen, J. Bokar, J. Leskovec. Row Thfee: E. Neat, J. Pickett, B. 
Kramer, R. Marmash, D. Bromley, D. Lukat, L. Ritter, L. Scheve, 
S. Ryder, C. Hummon, S, Tarantino, S. Grisard, B. Trauger, J. 
Jurjev, N. Lindquist, S. Stefanko, G. Westerfield. 




FRIENDSIIIP CI III C:AIiINET-nojc One: R. Ahey, J. Bates, R. Wanchik, 
P. Strang. C. Cline. Row Two: N. Phillips, C. Rcba, R. Rochkar, G. Brandt, 
D. Kobe, M. Balsley, S. Calvert. 



FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

Meeting twice a month in three groups 
according to grade levels, the sophomore, 
junior, and senior girls of the Friend- 
ship Club discuss the organization of 
service projects, the annual style show, 
and their most-awaited event of all— the 
annual formal dance in the spring. 



SOHPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP CLVB-Row One: V. Yager, J. Mika, 

C. Katalenac, S. I.cmm, J. Grille, K. Sweeney, B. Modlin, J. Lilley, 

D. Geisky, B. Mills, L. Long, V. Regalbuto, C. Papp, K. Patton, E. 
Grimm, J. Sovich, L. Dutko, B. Robich. Row Two: N. Crone, J. 
Hallack, G. Havrebcrg, H. Mack, E. Wehrle, L. Murphy, R. Skeivis, 
S. Papalko, S. Yager,\s. Wright, J. Howell, C. Allen, L. Krccic, C. 
Ciannili, K. Gustetic, M. Skully, J. Gozoski, K. Kolegar. Row Three: 
C. Peterson, S. Williams, S. Anderson, D. Kobe, J. Goodwin, L. Burris, 



R. Korthals, K. Hashagen, S. Drenik, A. Dombrowski, J. Brazalovics, 
P. Greer. J. Stanley, C. Cook, J. Zdara, D. Young, K. Guenther, L. 
Ryder. Row Four: B. Wehrle, A. August, S. LaPorte, D. Siedler, S. 
Skoll, K. Turk, L. Payne, D. Heben, S. Blatnik, L. Siegel, J. Crehek, 
M. Weeks, K. Ulle, K. Jonaitis, M. Blatnik, R. Cicco, M. Dailey. 
Roiu Five: J. Roschy, S. Nelson, L. Harris, N. Emser, C. Henry, J. 
Strausbaugh, M. Breskvar, B. Shuber, R. Belanich, R. Bosetin, P. 
Hurlburt, R. Res, K. Romano, G. Bell, L. Pawlus. 




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The Student Council in session. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

The majority of the people profit most 
when each individual is given an equal 
chance to participate in government. 
This is the principle applied by the Stu- 
dent Council of Euclid High School. 
Students suggest ideas concerning school 
projects and affairs to homeroom repre- 
sentatives, who in turn submit the sug- 
gestions to the action of the executive 
board and other representatives. After 
studying and seriously discussing these 
current topics in homerooms and Coun- 
cil meetings, a democratic vote is taken. 
In this manner the Student Council is the 
instrument providing adequate solutions 
to many vital school problems and pro- 
moting the school body's interest in 
school affairs and activities. 




STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS-floa; One: T. Burroughs treas- 
urer, C. Pasquale secretary. Row Two: M. Bathory vice president, 
R. Brigden president. 



STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD-Roui One: K. Tomko, 
M. Beery, M. DeMotte, C. Pasquale, C. Krnell, T. Burroughs. Row 
Two: H. Theis, D. Mansperger, M. Bathory, R. Brigden, G. Cox, 
R. Dunker. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS-flow One: M. Minnillo, L. 
Kitko, J. Benlein, K. Tomko, K. Pike, L. Tomko, D. DiBiasio, D. 
Mihaly, B. Tercek, J. Kozlevcar, C. Allen, J. Krapenc, N. Emser. 
Row Txuo: C. Pasquale, P. Harris, M. Beery, C. Krnell, E. Sceranka, 
L. Fordyce, J. Winkler, B. Draxler, B. Sabula, K. Hashagen, S. 
Williams, J. Goodwin, J. Howell, N. Crone, J. Lunder. Row Three: 
C. Ritz, A. Lindquist, C. Wright, B. Modlin, N. McNab. S. Hiebel, 



L. Murphy, J. Stanley, M. DeMotte, S. Papalko, L. Nurmi, C. Maresh, 
S. LaPorte, J. Koenig, P. Smith. Row Four: L. Crobaugh, M. Leber, 
L. Burk, K. Ziist, B, Torter, J. Gutka, L. Scheve, J. Vukcevic, M. 
Prendergast, J. Debelak, T. Polsinelli, D. Mansperger, L. Skomski, B. 
Kmetz, C. McBroom. Row Five: T. Siciliano, B. Vicic, D. Brigden, G. 
Cox, T. Burroughs, H. Theis, M. Bathory, R. Dunker, A. Newman, 
R. Dieckmann, W. Zeravica, J. Bartholomew, R. Bowen, T. Brennan. 



Gail Potichny reaches for a "best seller" in the Student Council 
Book Store. 




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STUDENT SUPPLY STORE-7?o«' One: N. Tomsich, S. Stefanko, K. Hutchisson, M. 
Travnik. Row Two: A. VVinet, R. Seguin, C. Roland. Row Three: D. Maaswinkel, T. 
Murphy, R. Murphy, L. Stapleton. . 



Students purchase supplies in the Student Supply Store. 




BOOKSTORE 

Students swarm in and out of a seclud- 
ed chink in the third floor hallway. It 
is the first week of school, and sopho- 
mores, as well as juniors and seniors, are 
anxious to secure needed study materials 
from the Student Supply Store. Leaving 
with their purchases, the students hurry 
off to classes knowing that they'll always 
return for school supplies to the conven- 
ience and good service of the Bookstore. 



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Two legs good . . . four legs better. 




FUTURE BUSINESS 
LEADERS OF AMERICA 

Future Business Leaders of America 
was added to the long list of student or- 
ganizations last year at Euclid to supply 
business students with a more adequate 
understanding of their future careers in 
industry and commerce. These prospec- 
tive business leaders profit by attending 
field trips and listening to the informa- 
tive lectures of selected speakers. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA CO-OP STUDENTS 
—Row One: J. Beyerle, D. Budic, S. Haney. Row Two: M. Rast, C. 
Woda, J. Gallo. Row Three: B. Bowman, S. Pishkur, F. Stidworthy. 




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SPIRITS CLUB-Z,f/( to right: P. Freed, G. Potichny, M. Church, M. Bathory, N. Bailey, M. 
DeMotte, D. Mansperger, W. Vicic, R. Pejeau. 




N. Anderson, D. Coy, R. Dunker, K. Tomko. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-i?oaJ One: R. 
George, L. Vislocky, M. Kulwin, B. Luckay, N. Maurer, M. Lasnik, 
F. Lorence. Row Tioo: G. Furth, J. Coleman, M. Davis, E. Kovacs, 
J. Lonchar, S. Stevens, D. Bell, J. Koenig. Row Three: E. Nainiger, 
L. Hrovat, M. Hasto, K. Znidarsic, P. Sears, J. Gullo, J. Campana, 
M. Cergol, P. Wilcox. 



SPIRITS 

Moving noiselessly through the halls, 
the Spirits hang signs which are seen 
above drinking fountains and various 
other conspicuous places. Another part 
of the Spirits' evening work involves the 
making of signs that are distributed to 
students before games. Along with this, 
the Spirits award Panthers to students 
who have served the school. These activi- 
ties form the bulwark of the Spirits' at- 
tempts to create enthusiasm for athletic 
teams and pride in our school. 





EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF-Seaied, left to right: C. Lutsch, 
N. Anderson, K. Cwik. On ladder, left to right: N. Beeke, K. Mog, 
J. Slaby, C. McBroom, W. Vicic, P. Freed, R. Hasher, C. Krnell, J. 
Eggleston, H. Krauss, B. Hava, H. Spivack. Standing in center: J. Mc- 
Campbell sponsor. 



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Judy Eggleston and Rich Speel, courier, proof senior activity lists. 



EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF 

The Euclidian office is: the biggest 
locker in the school, a place to lose your 
books, a study hall, a darkroom, a place 
to do the twist, a yearbook office, a mess. 

Euclidian Editorial Staff members: are 
great, act like children, are very intel- 
lectual, like to limbo, have parties all the 
time, make fun of the editor, waste time. 

Euclidian means: hard work, lots of 
fun, good friends, deadlines, undone 
homework, a yearbook. 




Beeke, you WILL take that picture. 



The Euclidian editorial and business staffs harmoniously combined to produce an entertaining 
sales assembly. Sitting, left to right: N. Furniss, S. Willcocks, D. Sweeder, H. Spivak, J. Moser, 
B. (Cleancut) Vicic. Standing, left to right: N. Anderson, D. Powers, J. Cesa, H. Berthold, C. 
Young, K. Cwik, R. Hasher, C. McBroom. Hanging: N. Beeke. 






EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF-i;ow One: L. Winkler, H. Berthold. Row Two: D. Sweeder, 
C. Allar, S. Willcocks, A. Schelgunov, C. Young, P. Johnson. Row Three: P. Bizzarri, J. Cesa, 
N. Furniss, K. Kimberly, S. Pureber, J, Moser. 



EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 

The financing of a yearbook is a huge 
job. After much planning, the ten week 
circulation drive turns into a nightmare 
of homeroom lists, order blanks, master 
records, missing fifty cent pieces, columns 
of figures, frayed nerves, and subscrip- 
tions for over 2100 yearbooks. The re- 
mainder of the budget is made through 
the sales of concessions and yearbook ads. 
In the spring, long after the editorial staff 
is finished, the business staff must see 
that every subscriber receives his year- 
book. 



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Linda Winkler manae. 




Peggy Bizzari collects money and passes out receipts. 



EUCLIDIAN AD STAFF- Row One: S. Dadlow, M. Perme, S. Berry, L. 
Burk, P. Harris, T. Tekancic. Row Two: J. Cesa, R. Ferrante, L. Winkler, 
J. Winkler, S. Goodyear, M. Prendergast. Row Three: G. Furth, G. Kalan, 
G. Cox, T. Burroughs. 




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EUCUYO 

Creativity is lost unless it is given a 
chance for expression. The Eucuyo of- 
fers an outlet for students' creative writ- 
ing talents in two issues. As more stu- 
dents begin to appreciate good literature, 
the Eucuyo will continue to increase its 
popularity. 



SENIOR SCANDAL 

Had a hunch you'd be found out, 
didn't you? That's the Senior Scandal 
staff for you though. All year long the 
staff members sneak around secretly 
noting all the humorous incidents and 
antics of Euclid seniors to be recounted 
in the spring publication. You'd almost 
forgotten about that episode last fall, 
hadn't you? Well, now it has appeared 
in the Senior Scandal so that you will 
never forget it again, and so that others 
may laugh over your little joke just as 
much as you have and always will. 



EUCUYO EDITORS-iJoai One: R. Ferrante, J. Romano, K. Balsley. Row Two: M. Lasnik, 
P. Kostansek, D. House, Miss Rust sponsor, D. Gulbenkian, A. Schelgunov. 





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EUCUYO-«oi(> One: L. Long, J. Houry, S. Flood, B. Lohrey, J. 
Jiirjev, N. Kaston, B. Fromer, J. Slaby. Row Two: N. Goslee, S. Bell, 
B. Spall, A. Lindquist, K. Cwik, V. Yager, R. Speel, N. Beeke, G. 



Bernstein, H. Krauss, D. Wheeler. Row Three: H. Spivack, L. 
Simpson, J. Pike, C. Nagode, L. Bacnik, R. Saver, B. Hohs, J. Bit- 
tence, T. Markiey, J. Hovan, R. Felz. 



SENIOR SCANDAL STAFF-/?ou) One: J. Bittence, M. Prendergast, 
H. David, L. Milazzotto, H. Spivack, T. Tekancic, R. Alloway, S. 
Flood, R. Dieckmann. Row Two: C. McBroom, M. Mazza, B. Sabula, 



B. Mushinko, K. Fetter, K. Kimberly, K. Balsley, K. Rock, S. Gordon, 
P. Strang. 



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SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 

The business staff had collected the 
subscriptions and now it was up to the 
editorial staff to put out the paper. In- 
terviews had to be made, stories had to 
be typed, proof-read, and headlined, and 
pictures had to be taken. Finally the 
paper was ready to be sent to the presses 
and the S\n~uey editorial staff could relax 
for a day, knowing that the paper would 
come out on time and they could see 
their stories and pictures in the com- 
pleted Simjey. 



Karen Tomko editor. 



SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF-Rozu One: S. Peacock, S. Jerkic, K. 
Tomko, L. Skomski, P. Turk. Row Two: R. Hurlburt, R. Pejeau, 
C. Maresh, C. Arnold, D. Wheeler, J. Tharp, C. Orebaugh, D. 
Bizily. Row Three: W. Ebert. 





SURVEY REPORTERS-fioz<' One: H. David, C. Bayer, R. Bowen, 
T. Oleksy. Row Two: L. Lege, J. Romano, S. Peacock, K. McCor- 
mick, J. Beechuk, N. Lindquist. Roif Three: E. Spalek, K. Tucker- 
man, N. Rakas, L. Simpson, N. Goslee, P. Lowry, P. Ludek. 



Judy Tharp jumps for joy after being announced the new Survey editor. 




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SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF-fiotu One: N. Bailey, M. Soeder, 
H. Berthold, K. Kimberly. Row Two: S. Heasley, K. Balsley, 
M. Church, B. Sabula. Rozu Three: K. Hutchisson, K. Zust, B. 
Bogatay, A. Lindquist, C. ^Vright. Roiu Four: K. McCormick, 
P. Mika, M. Boros. Row Five: M. Fields, S. Calvert, B. Trauger, 
F. Zuchelli. Roii> Six: W. Gauch, M. Balsley, J. Miller, B. Wil- 
coxon. Row Seven: R. Perry, W. Murray. R. Pejeau, R. Alloway. 



Nancy Bailey manager. 




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Marty Fields appears optimistic as Bonnie Bogatay and Barb Trauger convince another 
subscriber. 



Bill Gauch sells basketball programs. 



SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 

The semi-monthly distribution of our 
school newspaper is only one of the many 
functions of the Survey Business Staff. 
Besides this, the staff is responsible for 
selling ads and sports events programs. 




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Russ Hurlbert speaks at the I. Q. S. induction. 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL 
AND SCROLL 

For the student connected with a liter- 
ary organization, acceptance into Inter- 
national Quill and Scroll marked the 
achievement of one of his highest goals. 
Along with feeling proud because of his 
acceptance into a national organization, 
he was thankful for the recognition of the 
work he had done while participating in 
one of the three literary organizations, 
Euclidian, Eucuyo, or Survey. 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL-7?ow One: P. Johnson, 

B. Hava, J. Romano, M. Fields, H. Berthold, C. Lutsch, L. Winkler, 
A. Schelgunov, K. Tomko, K. Cwik, M. Seeder, K. Mog. Row Tzuo: 

C. Young, M. Lasnik, J. Slaby, K. McConnick, C. Arnold, J. Eggle- 
ston, D. Wheeler, J. Tharp, B. Lohrey, M. Bizzarri, M. Church, P. 



Freed, H. Kraiiss. Row Three: J. Bittence, N. Anderson, R. Hasher, 
S. Jerkic, L. Simpson, C. Maresh, S. Pureber, J. Miller, N. Furniss, 
C. Krnell, L. Skomski, K. Hutchisson, C. McBroom, D. House, V>. 
Sweeder, D. Bizily, Roio Four: P. Kostansek, R. Hurlburt, C. Bayer, 
K. Gortz, D. Gulbenkian, N. Beeke, W. Gauch, W. Vicic, J. Cesa, 
R. Alloway, T. Snyder, H. Spivack, W. Ebert, R. Pejeau. 




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SPECTRUM-«oii' One: W. Conrad, J. Vukcevic, N. Kaston, A. 
Schelgunov, C. Cressen. C. Piper, S. Wilson, J. Tharp. Row Two: 
L. Vahcic, L. Smink, J. Eggleston, K. Kimberly, J. Pulver, J. Slaby, 
S. Jerkic, S. Stevens, B. Lohrey, V. Yager. How Three: S. Bahr, K. 
Heckert, R. Koskovics, J. Romano, K. Wilber, D, AVroniak, D. Wheel- 
er, C. Krnell, A. Lindquist. Row Four: H. Krauss, K. Cwik, D. Maroff, 
C. Boehmer, B. Kramer, C. Turk, S. Brain, C. Eppich, J. Sheppard, L. 



Harris, M. Wilk, M. Wehrle. Rozv Fine: P. Ludek, J. Miller, A. Hart- 
nett, N. Goslee, D. Schmidt, R. Hodder, D. House, H. Spivack, R. 
Blatnick, D. Garten, J. Howard, L. Taylor, L. Scheve, M. DeMotte, 
R. Zuzek, C. McBroom. Row Six: Mr. Eisen sponsor, R. Speel, N. 
Beeke, W. Vicic, N. Anderson, J. Bittence, R. Alloway, T. Tucker, 
L. Eaglen, D. Smith, R. Sanderson, T. Snyder, D. Gulbenkian, W. 
Gauch, D. Wiltshire, D. Mansperger. 



SPECTRUM 

In a time of intense scientific emphasis, 
the Spectrum has sparked a new interest 
in the arts. After raising money through 
a book sale, the Spectrum had difficulty 
spending it. Its low cost activities in- 
cluded theater parties, a lecture by a 
professional musician, a Christmas party, 
a college bowl, a movie production, and 
a debate on the relative positions of the 
arts and the sciences. The conclusion 
that no conclusion was possible was of- 
fered as proof of the club's liberal at- 
titude. 



SPECTRUM OFFICERS— /?ow One: S. Stevens treasurer, 
J. Pulver secretary. Row Two: D. Wiltshire vice president, 
T. Snyder president. 



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CHESS team-Row One-. M. Fenster, W. Ebert, D. Spate, J. Pierce. Roio Two: J. Tegel, D. 
Gulbenkian, N. Anderson, R. Tilk, L. Smith. 



LETTERMAN'S CLUB-Rotu One: D. Gyongyos, C. Hayes, R. Gas- 
per, J. Zevnik, R. Klann, T. Perlioni, C. Ehinger, D. Brinza, H. 
Altenweg, W. Fuchs, R. Beljan, R. Pejeau, R. Miller. Row Two: 
W. Rinas, K. Walters. B. Palechek, S. Yabroff, D. Vukcevic, R. 
Stauffer. W. Reynolds. R. Lilley, J. Grinstead. F. Gron. M. Bathory, 
H. Theis, T. Murphv. W. Beacham, H. Pierce, R. Alloway, R. Speel. 
Row Three: C. Orlando, C. Bayer. W. Castrovinci, P. Davidson, J. 



X'idmar, R. \'idmar, R. Chaunce, J. Cesa, W. Sederholm, J. Blank- 
schaen, D. Bizily, R. Hudec. Row Four: W. Attamante, E. Prostor, 
M. Orazen, T. McGill, W. Schmenk, R. Murphy, J. Stinson, J. Randt, 
F. Jernejcic, R. Rackar, J. Carr, R. Bowen, J. Gilkerson, G. Mason, 
R. Kovach, J. Polanc, J. Peters, D. Henderson, R. Parker, H. David, 
K. Gortz, O. DeMarco. 




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CHESS TEAM 

Though the Chess Team is one of the 
youngest organizations, it has been 
among the most successful of the inter- 
scholastic teams at Euclid High. Armed 
only with his own judgement and a basic 
knowledge of opening theory, the chess 
player must pit his mind against that of 
his opponent in battle for victory on .the 
chessboard. 



NATIONAL ATHLETIC 
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY 

The ability to combine scholarship 
and athletic achievement is a rare talent. 
This is why the members of the National 
Athletic Scholarship Society have a spe- 
cial reason to be proud, for in combining 
these two qualities, they have achieved 
a full and versatile high school life. 



LETTERMAN'S CLUB 

He had begun his training months be- 
fore. Long sweaty practices and aching 
muscles were the price he had to pay for 
his athletic skill. Now that was all past. 
He had worked hard, played hard, and 
helped Euclid win. The gold letter he 
received was a symbol of Euclid's appre- 
ciation for his effort. 




NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY-i?oa> 
One: F. Jernejcic, W. Fuchs. Row Two: W. Attamante, M. 
Orazen, R. Chaunce, H. David. Row Three: B. Sederholm, P. 
Davidson, M. Bathory, K. Gortz. Row Four: W. Rinas, C. 
Ehinger, T. Perlioni, R. Alloway. 



ATHLETIC BOARD-/?ou; One: A. Vaccariello, C. Eckert, H. 
Daugherty, D. Mohr, V. Resch, R. Addis. Row Two: C. Swackhamer, 
C. Owens, J. Bergem, D. Thompson, H. Nold. 



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WAI NAPOLO— Row One: D. Bell, N. Mijacek, L. Milazzotto, 
M. Prendergast, C. Novak, K. Fetter, P. Miller, W. Conrad, C. 
Cresson. Rou' Two: K. Tuckerman, A. Winet, C. Halus, G. 
Reed, M. Green. D. Mansuy, S. Downen, D. Swisher, P. Dob- 
nikar, D. Thompson, E. Chaunce, W. Gauch, R. Korthals, T. 



Brennan, E. Call^oll. li Mills, B. Burger. Row Three: T. Goble, 
R. Ashley, J. Kiaale. \V. Houck, S. Tumbry, K. Scheurman, R. 
Gainer, W. Vicic, R. Statz, G. Wickes, J. Randt, G. Loconti, R. 
Horrocks, R. Hughes. 



The swim club initiations are ghastly! 




WAI NAPOLO OFFICERS-.Roii' One: K. Fetter vice president, M 
Prendergast secretary. Roxv Two: R. Hughes treasurer, K. 
Scheurman president. 




WAI NAPOLO 

Wai Napolo supplies leaders to help 
teach swimming classes. Each Swim Club 
member, wearing his distinctive black 
bathing suit (more often dry than wet) 
makes a handsome figure in the pool, 
amid the splash and spray of the swim- 
mers. The spirit and enthusiasm of the 
Swim Club members is evident as their 
individual efforts merge to produce the 
annual Swim Show. As a group, the 
members have wild parties, wild initia- 
tions, and wild fights. 



GIRLS LEADERS CLUB 

Members of the Girls Leaders Club, 
chosen as sophomores and juniors accord- 
ing to athletic skill, character, and schol- 
arship, act as valuable aids to physical 
education classes. Girls leaders encour- 
age sportsmanship, the development of 
skills, and knowledge of rules by giving 
make-ups, acting as referees, and assist- 
ing teachers in the instruction of girls' 
gym classes. Among the other duties of 
the Girls leaders are taking attendance 
and setting up athletic equipment. 




GIRLS LEADERS ChVB-Row One: E. Petkovsek vice president, D. Boehlke 
president, M. Zola secretary, P. Corrigan Jiistorian, G. Brandt treasurer. Row 
Two: D. Stock, N. Bailey, M. Travnik, B. Harper, K. Tomko, K. Stomberg. 
Row Three: C. Kerestes, S. Tarantino, L. Poese, M. McGraw, M. Kalinowski, 
M. Beery, K. Popiolek. Rou' Four: J. Debelak, K. Lybarger, B. Wilcoxon, S. 
Miller, E. Sceranka, B. Applequist, A. Will, J. Krapenc. 



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Kathy Popiolek executes a shoulder 
stand on the horse. 





GIRLS' ATHLEllC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS-SMted, left to right: D. Boehlke president, 
M. Beery secretary. Standing, left to right: G. Brandt treasurer, B. Harper vice president. 



Colleen McBroom performs a three-pointed single ring suspension. 



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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Students must aspire for physical 
agility in order to develop co-ordination 
and profit from the exercise so necessary 
to poise and good health. Participation 
in the intra-mural sports of the Girls' 
Athletic Association provides this oppor- 
tunity and allows girls to "loosen up" in 
spare time after undergoing the tension 
of the school day. 




Karen Hearn exhibits dexterity in levitation class. 



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p. A. ANNOUNCERS-floii' One across: P. Wolf, M. Bogatay, K. Goldlust. 
Rou< Two: B. Ellis, W. Schuette, L. Loope. Rotu Three: S. Wall, K. Liver- 
more, G. Kozlevcar. 



P. A. CLUB— /?ou' One Diagonally: S. Chappell, D. Baxter, S. LaPorte, B. Usalis. Roxu Two 
Diagonally: J. Pierce, J. Struna. B. Miller, W. Sneller. Roxv Three Diagonally: P. Deegan, N. 
Tomsich, G. Kozlevcar. S. Flood, G. Mcllrath, N. Sherman. Row Four Diagonally: K. Znidarsic, 
P. Wolf, J. Winkler, B. Hohs, T. Schaffer. Row Five Diagonally: C. AHen, J. Kozlevcar, R. 
Hotchkiss, J. Tkatch. Row Six Diagonally: P. Federico, R. Hagberg, J. Scha.ser. Rozl' Seven 
Diagonally: J. Stillinger, M. Bogatay. 





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p. A. CLUB OflCERS-Lefl to right: G. Kozlev- 
car president, B. Miller secretary, L. Burgin vice 
president. 



P.A. TECHNICIANS 

"Room 226, please." Feet fly off the 
desk, the radio is turned down, and a 
courteous "Yes, sir" accompanies a fren- 
zied fumbling for the right plug. The 
connection is made as once again the P.A. 
technicians have helped keep the school 
efficiently run by providing fast, reliable 
communications. 



P.A. ANNOUNCERS 

Every morning students and teachers 
are greeted by the P.A. announcers with 
announcements of general school inter- 
est. Scores of the last football game or 
wrestling meet, reminders of club meet- 
ings after school, information about 
tickets for the next away game, advertise- 
ments for future plays and dances, and 
commercials for the book store are 
brought to the student body and faculty 
by this hard working organization. 




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MOVIE CLUB 

Students learn by applying the laws 
and principles derived from textbooks to 
everyday practical situations. Education- 
al films provide students with a better 
understanding of their studies by demon- 
strating how to associate factual material 
with practical usage in their own en- 
vironments. In order to assist in the 
education of Euclid High students and 
to add interest to the tediousness of the 
school day, classroom and noon movies 
are provided as a service by the members 
of the Movie Club. 




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STAGE CRE\V-Lf/i to right: D. Ritchie, T. Bell, R. .Summers 




CAMERA CLUB 

The amateur photographer who joins 
the Camera Club finds that he has a 
chance to share techniques and experi- 
ences with other equally interested mem- 
bers in the club. Besides being of service 
to the school, he derives a great deal of 
enjoyment from being included in the 
organization. 



STAGE CREW 

The behind-the-scenes work of the Stage 
Crew is often one of the most effective 
and least appreciated parts of a school 
production or assembly. Settings and 
lighting are combined to produce the 
pleasurable effect of a good program. 



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MOVIE CLVB-Row One: A. Rabun. C. Land. J. I'ickcu. R. /.iizck, A. Schelguiiov, J. Baum. 
Row Two: D. Blakelcy, P. Duncan. M. Dc\incy, L. Foy, J. .McKibbcn, .S. \'onRckowski. Row 
Three: L. Eaglen, J. Ccsa, D. Ritchie, Mr. Bailey sponsor. 



CAMERA CLVB-Row One: S. Wall, H. Spivack, J. Laka- 
tosh. Row Two: D. Lyman, G. Bernstein, D. Kne. Row 
Three: C. Schroeter, D. Nettis, J. Usalis, N. Beeke. 







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JUNIOR RED CKOSS-RoiLi One: V. Yager, L. Clotts, B. King, M. Yager, L. 
Deans. Row Two: R. Dunn, P. Hiller, N. Furniss, D. Hiller, J. Winkler. 



Jan Krapenc takes over while Mrs. Wise is O. T. L. 



Chuck Lanning is weighed by Nancy Campbell. 




JUNIOR RED CROSS 

Among the smallest of Euclid's organ- 
izations, the Junior Red Cross is dedi- 
cated to the task of contributing to the 
school and community through carefully 
planning and carrying out service pro- 
jects with the aid of other school organ- 
izations. 



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FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

Euclid High's Future Nurses Club pro- 
vides its members with extensive informa- 
tion concerning the various fields of this 
profession by showing movies, hearing 
lectures by student and registered nurses, 
discussing the merits of particular nurs- 
ing schools, and touring local hospitals. 
Members provide service and gain prac- 
tical experience by assisting Mrs. Wise in 
the school dispensary and doing volun- 
teer work at Euclid-Glenville Hospital. 



Even a headache can become bearable in the clinic. 



FUTURE NURSES CLVR-Row One: V. Goss, R. Gargiulo, J. 
Zeider, L. Clotts, M. Yager, M. Roma, N. Kaston. P. Fischietto, J. 
Krapenc. Row Two: N. Lindquist, K. Popiolek, B. Plaggemier, G. 
Miller, K. Buehner, J. Winkler, J. Beechuk, J. Locker, E. Kozar. 



Row Three: B. Pavlik, E. Offak, V. Snow, K. Fetter, H. Krauss, J. 
Bender, D. Vitanza, J. Delsanter, C. Halus, D. Boehlke. Row Four: 
P. Smith, R. Marmash, J. Stanek, N. Campbell, E. Gray, C. Baldini, 
P. Chylla, P. Hadarich, R. Oelsner. 





SENIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICX-Row One: B. Sabu- 
la, B. \Viiuers. S. Gordon, R. Rock, K. Balslcy, H. Beithold, B. 
Bogatay, B. Miller, S. Goodyear, J. Eggleston, S, Willcocks, J. 
Slaby, K. Kimberly, L. Clotts, J. Adkins, S. Flood. Row Two: K. 
Wilber, B. Kimen, S. Peacock, J. Pulver, R. Ziizek, T. Tekancic, S. 
Berry, L. Burk, M. Prendergast, B. Harper, C. Pasquale, B. Hava, 



}. Cook, B. Mushinko, D. Hillcr. Roip Three: C. Allar, R. Ahey, 
b, Urbaiiick. M. DeMotle, K. Slombcrg, U. Travnik, D. ^\'bcelcr, C. 
Arnold, C, Krnell. 1). Maroff, J. Miller, P. Ludek, R. Dnnn, K. Cwik. 
Roie Four: K. McCormick, D. Kanner, K. Blassingame, R. Peterson, 
E. Bnlicek, J. Roscoc, D. Miller, L. Bacnik, E. Nainiger, G. Genzen, 
R. Roskincn, R. Alloway, D, Kiie, J. Usalis, K. Hutchisson. 




JUNIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-fioju One: L. Rees, 
K. Fowler, D. Harris, B. Tercek, N. Mijacek, C. Humnion, P. Vidusich, 
B. Applequist, L. Loope, R. Vaccariello, M. Zola, S. Schade, P. 
Federico. Row Two: M. Fields, M. Balsley, P. Mahany, D. Fike, C. 
Eppich, C. Martin, S. Brain, L. Nurmi, M. Prokopovich, S. Calvert, K. 
Lutz, V. Wick, L. Fordyce, D. Lukat, B, Wilcoxon, R. Oelsner. 



Rou' Three: J. Gutka, J. Tharp, B. Kramer, K. Tuckerman, N. 
Rakas. S. Babr, C. Maresh, S. Grisard, E. Wilke, A. Will, M. Hada- 
rich, S. Ste£anko, S. Stross, C. Brandt, J. Debelak, K. Lybarger. Roxv 
Four: L. Simpson, L. Scheve, L. Lege, M. Leber, B. Kovach, E. 
Peterson, W. Boag, R. Blatnick, J. Reider, C. Cresson, R. Marmash, 
W, Conrad, C. Sedusky, S. Novotny. 



SOPHOMORE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Row One: 
D. Exans, E, Griinm, D. Henderson, P. Redding, L. Tomko, E. 
Wehrle, B. Budas, C. Gabrenya, D. Kaselak, S. Goinbach, J. McKib- 
ben, B. Mills, R. Res, D. Romano, J, Rose. Row Two: D. Geisky, C. 
Steaglcr, L. Siegel, S. Anderson, J. Craig, M. Lynch, D. King, M. 
Gojak, E. Begalke, L. Long, K, Hashagen, J. Howell, S, Lefkowitz, J. 
Houry, S, DeVanna, E, Hanes, N. Crone. Roto Three: M. Steagler, 



J. Grillo, M. Mansperger, S. Borgstead, M. Lis, T. Man, J. Hocevar, 
C;. Havreberg, K. Livermorc, R. Skeivis, N. Yeray, L. Payne, S. La- 
Porte, L. Mocilnikar, A. August, D. Collins, C. Reeves, F. Ulle, M. 
Frost. Row Four: D. Hathaway, J. Pearn, C. Ritz, J. Cesnik, E. 
Chaunce, L. Miller, J. Brown, N. McNab, D. Germovsek, B. Fried- 
man, A. Stepic, K. Korosec, B. Holcomb, S. Florsey, J. Dainberger, 
C. Krapence, P. Alexander, S. VonRekowski, C. Cook. 




FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

Future Teachers offers potential teach- 
ers the opportunity to discover the dif- 
ferent aspects of this career. Listening to 
speakers in the field of education, doing 
substitute teaching in other Euclid 
schools, and tutoring students help FTA 
members to decide if teaching should be 
their career. This year a Boys' FTA was 
organized to give boys a preview of the 
teaching profession. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA EXECUTIVE BOARD-floio 
One: K. Lybarger, C. Arnold, D. Wheeler, K. Balsley. Roio Two: M. 
Balsley, S. Calvert, C. Maresh, H. Berthold. Roio Three: J. "Roscoe, 
L. Bacnik, L. Lege, J. Debelak. 




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KEY CLUB 

Serving directly their school and com- 
munity, and thus indirectly serving their 
country, the members o£ the Key Club 
derive much satisfaction from participat- 
ing in their organization's activities. The 
Key Club is an international organization 
of high school boys, and is sponsored by 
the Kiwanis International. 



FOREMAN'S CLUB 

The main activity of the members of 
the Foreman's Chib is to assist the in- 
dustrial arts teachers in instructing their 
classes. They have qualified for this club 
through their achievements in these 
classes and their demonstrated leadership 
abilities. 



Chuck Hayes decorates the Atlas statue. 



KEY club-Row one: R. Chaunce, G. Kalan, R. Haller, T. Jarvis, 
R. Alloway, E. Bulicek, J. Zevnik, R. Klann, R. Dicckmann, F. 
Hatch, R. Gasper, H. David, J. Lakatosh, C. Hayes. \V. Dague, W. 
CastroVinci, R. Pejeau. Rou' Two: R. Torter. R. Peterson, A. Pol- 
sineUi, B. Jones, R. Surtz, D. Primo. R. Brigden, K. Potokar, J. 
Carlson, C. Orebaugh. J. Reider, J. Kneale. Rou' Three: K. Takacs, 
T. Goble, H. Spolar, C. Murdoch, R. Karash. C. Hurwitch, K. 
Barta, R. Lakatosh, D. Demian, D. Bentley, G. Gale, G. Paolucci. 
Roiv Four: G. Moore, L Stapleton, K. Bateman, T. ^Vohlgemuth, P. 
\'accaiiello, R. Collins, D. Adams, W. Schmenk, R. Ashley. 





AD CLUB 

Selling and collecting tickets, stamp- 
ing hands, checking passes, and generally 
helping the confusion of such events as 
basketball games to become ordered con- 
fusion are the duties of the Ad Club. 
Under the direction of Mr. Vaccariello, 
the club helped athletic events to run 
efficiently. 



Mary Socder performs an ad staff function, stamping hands. 




.AD CLVB-Row One: S. Schade, J. Sovich, E. Wehrle, P. 'VVattcr- 
man. Row Two: J. Locker, K. Buehner, B. Shuber, M. Soeder, B. 
Mushinko. M. Fields. Rou' Three: B. Vidensek, L. Simpson, R. 
Bosetin, R. Belanich, D. Mansperger, R. \Vanchik, J. Goodwin, C. 
Malovic. 



FOREMAN'S CLVB-Row One: T. Tamburrino, K. Scheurman. 
W. Grant, D. Hudec. Row Two: R. Ball, J. Whiting, D. Vend. 
J. Schroeter. Row Three: J. Brazee, R. Bizzarri, W. Bending, 
C. Coup. 




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In the closing msli of Jiis school career, the 
senior paused a moment, suddenly realizing 
that this loas it; in a few loeeks he'd he on his 
own. He reflected on the past year, his senior 
year. EverytJiing meant more to him because 
he was a part of the class of '62. The football 
games, the dances, and the Alma Mater were 
especially liis, for in the past three years Euclid 
High had become as much a part of him as he 
was a part of it. Noiu that he was almost 
through he ivanted to slow down time; he 
umnted to savor his last feiv iveeks for he would 
never again achieve quite the same carefree 
disposition. The senior banquet, the senior 
prom., and graduation rushed by; it was over. 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-ie/t to right: C. Ehingcr praident, E. Petkovsek secretary, W. 
Fuchs vice president. 



Mrs. Helen Stewart 
Senior Class Counselor. 



Mr. Frank Troglia 
Senior Class Counselor. 





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SENIOR CABINET-7?oi(. One: T. Tckancic, L. Crobaugh. H. Bc-rthokl. C. Kline, L. Milazzotto, 
P. Freed. Row Two: M. Breitsch. S. Robbins, C. Krnell. P. Johnson, C. Pasquale, C. Cwik. 
Row Three: B. Lilley, K. Gortz, D. Gyongyos, W. Ebert. 



Mary Prcndergast appears skeptical as Rod Diinkcr extols the virtues of being a senior. 





Joyce Adkins 
Rhoda Ahey 
Ronald Alexander 



Diane Aljancic 
James Aljancic 
Helen Allar 



Marie AUchin 
Robert Alloway 
Henry Altenweg 



James Altknecht 
Leona Amato 
\\'illiam Amato 



Mian Anderson 
Ned Anderson 
Lynn Andrews 



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I'm the leader! 




Mai) Jane Andrulis 
Richard Archbokl 
David Armstrong 



Cathleen Arnold 
\\'illiam Attamante 
Joan Auten 



Karen Avery 
Gary Bacnik 
Larry Bacnik 



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Karen Bahr 



Nancy Bailey 



David Baird 



Edward Bajec Ronald Ball 




Carol Balogh 
Katherine Balsley 
Jillene Bates 



Michael Bathory 
Denise Batt 
Janice Baum 



Charles Bayer 
Judy Beck 
Thomas Beckwith 



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Chuck Lokai, Bob Lillcy and Larry ^Vhalen eat lunch in the cafeteria. 



Norman Beeke 
Richard Beljan 



Concetta Belpulsi 
AVilliam Bending 



Janice Benlein 
Michael Bernard 



Susan Berry 
Helga Berthold 



James Bertosa 
Barbara Besednik 




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Robert Betts 
Alfred Beyer 



Jane Beyerle 
John Bittence 



Margaret Bizzarri 
Robert Bizzarri 



Kenneth Blassingame 
Joanne Bocskey 



Constance Bodnar 
Diana Boehlke 





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UmtLd we stand. 



"Aw, go on. There's not really a panther behind me!" 




Bonita Bogatay 
Marquita Boros 



Victoria Botz 
Bonnie Bowman 




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Joseph Boyle 
James Brazee 



Marilyn Breitsch 
Richard Brieden 



Gerri Brinovec 
Dennis Brinza 



Pat Bruch 
Kenneth Bubonics 



Margaret Budan 
Donna Budic 




Going up. 



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Earle Bulicek 
Linda Burk 
George Burke 



Claudia Butler 
David Cabala 
Diane Camino 



Nancie Campbell 
Bob Carpenter 
^\'illianl CastroVinci 



James Cesa 
Richard Chaunce 
Maxine Chiarello 



Carol Chinnici 
Jeanette Chiofolo 
Kathleen Cholewicki 




Sure-shot Ferrante and Quick-draw Powers horse around. 




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Mardy Church 


Carol Cline 


Wayne Colonna 


Philip Cicco 


Lorraine Clotts 


Rita Colt 


Sharron Clark 


Judy Colan 


Julie Cook 


Terry Clark 


Francis Collins 


William Cooper 



Robert Copperstein Charles Coup 

Patricia Corea Dennis Coy 

Beverly Corrigan James Crahen 

Patricia Corrigan Susan Crane 



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Loman Crawford Lynn Crobaugh 



Helen Cumminsfs Kathleen Cwik 





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Kathleen D'Anna 
Don D'Onofrio 
Gary Dackor 




Sandra Dadlow 
William Dague 
Kathleen Dailey 



Dana Dardis 
Lina Daugherty 
Howard David 




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Diane Wheeler and Laura Skomski, hard at work in the Survey office. 




Paul Davidson 




Oliver DeMarco 




Rosemary Demore 




Marium DeMotte 




John Derosa 




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JoAnn Dean 



Edward Debevec Helen Dengcl Ralph Dieckmann Frank Diulus 




Marilyn Dodds 
Douglas Dolinar 
Frank Doljack 



Paul Doller 

Mary Kay Domitor 

James Donaldson 



Marilyn Dorn 
Robert Drear 
Ralph Dunker 



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Ruth Dunn 
A\'ard Ebert 
Sam Edge 



Judith Eggleston 
Charles Ehinger 
Barbara Ellis 




'Liniljo Lanv and the Lunatics.' 




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Ralph Dieckmann combines study with relaxation. 



Michael Estvander Kenneth Fee 

Marjorie Falcone Suzanne Feklman 



Donna Felmley 
Rudolph Felz 



Marc Fenster Karen Fetter 

Raymond Ferrante Bernice Fifolt 





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Janice Fifolt 
Michael Fike 
Linda Finley 



Bob Fioritto 
Paula Fisciiietto 
James Fisher 



James Fitzgerald 
Martin Fitzsimons 
Fred Fleck 



Jeanette Fleshin 
Sharon Flood 
Jim Flowers 



James Forster 
Larry Fowler 
Jacqueline Fox 




209 




Richard Fox 
Linda Foy 



James Frazier 
Linda Freeh 



Penny Freed 
Charlotte Fried 



Elizabeth Fromer 
James Froora 



Carl Frye 
William Fuchs 




Ken Krivok, an alert hall guard at his post. 



210 




Jim Ccsa feeds Cathy Lybargcr a line. 



Nancy Furniss Rosemarie Gargiulo David Garten Janice Gathercole 

Gregg Furth Darlene Garland Robert Gasper William Gauch 




211 



Marcia Gaylon 
Gary Genzen 
Robert George 
Wayne Gerl 



Sylvia Geyer 
Karen Giesse 
Donald Gillespie 
Gloria Gilmore 





Ronald Glaser 
Donna Glatz 



JoAnne Globokar 
Sherilyn Goodyear 



212 





Sandra Gordon 
JoAnn Gornick 



Ken Gortz 
Virginia Goss 



Leo Grajzar 
Donna Grano 



\\'illiam Grant 
Gerald Granville 



Marjorie Green 
Kathy Greenway 



Students show varied attitudes toward ninth period assemblies. 




213 



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Gerry Kozlevcar saved the show by spinning the record by hand. 




Linda Gribbons 
Alan Gronert 



Paula Groonis 
Gerald Gross 




214 



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Jerry Spcnko, a Graduate, contemplates on his happy days at Euclid. 



David Gulbenkian Lee Gunton 

Judith Gullo David Gyongyos 



Gary Hager 
Ruth Halderman 



Glen Hall 
Ronald Haller 



Nancy Hamilton 
Thomas Hamilton 




215 



Sandra Haney 
Barbara Harper 
Karen Harris 
Patricia Harris 



Caroline Harrison 
John Harrison 
Richard Hasher 
Gary Hasselbach 



Frank Hatch 
Ralph Haubert 
Bernice Hava 
Robert Haworth 



Charles Hayes 
Sue Heasley 
Susan Heintz 
Faye Hellman 




216 



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Barbara Helmick 
Bill Henikman 
William Herbst 


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Doris Hiller 
Robert Hodder 
Thomas Hoinski 


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Did you say cheese! No, Dunker. 




217 



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Kenneth Hola Richard Holcomb Carole Horn Richard Horrocks Todd Horton 




Joe Horvath David House James Hovan Janet Hoykar Bruce Hudec 




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Tom Hudson Richard Hughes Russell Hurlburt Karen Hutchisson Pat la Figliola 



219 




Ronald Ivec 
Tony Jamnik 



Donna Janis 
Edward Jarc 



Thomas Jarvis 
Constance Johnson 

Majorettes are always beaming 



Philip Johnson 
Phyllis Johnson 



Gerran Jones 
Robert Jones 




220 




Sharon Jones 
Christine Jonke 



Donald Kadunc 
W'illiam Kaib 




George Kalan 
Frank Kalnasy 
Donald Kanner 
Mike Kapke 



Judy Kasunic 
Dennis Kaye 
Carole Keidel 
Marjorie Kelly 




221 



Terrence Kelly 





Kathryn Kimberly 
Elizabeth Kimen 
Carol Kintz 



Larry Kintz 
Florence Kirk 
Susan Kirk 



222 





Richard Klann 
Robert Klann 



Dennis Kleinhenz 
Frank Klemenc 



Helen K'aiiss becomes a Marlboro man. 



Warner Klich Donald Kne 



Linda Koci 



Lawrence Kogan Beverly Kokal 




223 




Gary Korasec Craig Kos 



Constance Kosanovich Rickey Koskinen 



Bill Vicic, Norm Beeke and Tom Burroughs in the season's first snowball fight. 




224 




Rosemary Koskovics Elaine Kozar 
Paul Kostansek Gerald Kozlevcar 



Tony Krampel Helen Krauss Gail Krielow 

Charmaine Kranyak Gail Krecic Kenneth Krivok 



Constance Krnell 
Tom Kukorelli 
Marilyn Kulwin 



John Kurtis 
Laurene Kytle 
Barbara Laddis 




225 



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Joseph Lakatosh Charles Lamb Cheryl Land Carol Lanese Patricia Lang 



George Langa 
Robert Lange 
Constance Larkin 



^Vhat do voii iiuan, I don't keep a ck-aii locker? 




226 





Maidee Lasnik Robert Lefkowitz Richard Lehman Terry Leigh 



Richard Leisenheimer 



Patricia Leister 
Gina Lerz 



Susan Lewis 
Robert Lilley 



Ann Lindquist 
AVilliam Linsz 



Beverly Lohrey 
Jerry Lohrke 




227 




Charles Lokar 




Jean Lonchar 




Ronald Long 



Flora Lorence 




Patricia Lowry 




Mardy Church takes time out from Survey and cheering to do homework. 



Barbara Luckay 
Peggy Ludek 



Cheryl Lutsch 
Donna Mac Askill 




228 



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Patricia Machurey Bonnie Maher 

Kathleen Mack ^Villiam Mallula 

Geraldine Macks John Malokas 

Doris Magargil Joanne Mandel 



Marlene Manfredonia Dan Mansuy 

Carol Mangano Dorothy Maroff 

Mary Mangino Charles Martin 

David Mansperger Joan Martin 



229 




Douglas Mason 
Patricia Mason 



If you want to beat North, clap your hands 




Nancy Maurer 
Marlene Mazza 
Colleen McBroom 



230 




Katherine McCormick 
Thomas McGill 
John McKeon 



Susan McNamara 


Mike Medlen 


Kathryn Mihalic 


Bonnie Miller 


William McPeek 


Ken Mehls 


Maryann Mihalic 


Catherine Miller 


Ken Meares 


Dan Mester 


Patricia Mika 


Dennis Miller 


Carmen Meden 


Diana Miese 


Lucille Milazzotto 


Gertrude Miller 



231 




Why, it's called "Snowman in snow," what else? 



Jeanne Miller 
Pamela Miller 



Robert Miller 
Marilyn Milner 



Mary Milone 
Kathleen Mog 





Eager stndents anticipate an 
active scliool clay. 



232 




233 



William Murray 
Barbara Mushinko 
Laima Musteikis 




234 



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Beverly Neff Donald Nettis William Newcomb Carol Novak 

Gabriel Neola Ken Neustedt Arthur Newman Joseph Nutter 




Wayne O'Coin 
Tim O'Hara 



Judith Okorn 
George Oesterle 




235 




Jef£ Oker 
Patricia Opalich 



Kenneth Orazen 
Carlo Orlando 



Thomas Ostkar 
Richard Otto 



Donald Overberger 
Ed Palm 



You haven't heard anything yet. 




236 




I've heard sophomores were young, but this is ridiculous! 



Roy Palmer Dennis Papesh Carol Paratore Frank Parsons 

Jane Panesk Bc\erly Papp Charles Parsons Patrick Parziale 




237 




Dennis Paskey 
Cheryl Pasquale 



Daniel Paul 
Arthur Paulovcin 



Sharon Paulsen 
Frank Pavlic 



Barbara Pavlik 
John Payerchin 



I'll see you and raise you five. 




238 



Sharon Peacock 
Bill Peck 
Jeanette Pejack 



Richard Pejeau 
Ken Pekar 
Ann Pelyak 



Kathleen Penny 
Dennis Perkins 
Thomas Perlioni 



Marcia Perme 
Robert Perry 
James Petersen 



Randy Peterson 
Shirley Peterson 
Evelyn Petkovsek 




239 



Dennis Petro 


Shirley Pishkur 


Wayne Pettek 


Joanne Piskur 


Lawrence Piper 


Michael Pistillo 


Vincent Piscopo 


Carol Pitt 





Betty Plaggemier Bonnie Ponce 

Anthony Polsinelli Gayle Potichny 



240 



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Diane Potts 
Marjorie Powalie 



Don Powers 
Mary Prendergast 



Martha Price 
David Prime 



Eric Prostor 
Dody Provan 




Another roll of scotch tape and I think it'll fly. 





James Puhger 
June Pulver 
Susanne Pureber 
Norman Raasch 



Evangeline Race 
Fred Radatz 
Donna Radencic 
Margaret Rast 





Jo Reed 
Carol Reider 



Leonard Reinke 
William Reya 



The welcoming committee greets earlv morning arrivals. 




242 








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William Reynolds Cheryl Richley 

Linda Richardson Lorette Riebe 



'William Rinas 
Donald Ritchie 



Samuel Ritz 
Sharon Robasz 




Fred Robbins 
Sharon Robbins 



Diane Roberts 
Linda Robinson 




243 



Kathleen Rock 
Joanne Romano 
James Roscoe 




244 



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Paul Ryan 



Barbara Sabula Beverlee Samsa Lorelei Sanders 




David Sanderson 
Gary Sandy 
John Sandy 



Susanna Saunway 
John Schael 
James Schaffer 



Marilyn Scheer 
Alexandra Schelgunov 
Keith Scheurman 




245 




Bruce Schmaeman 




David Schmidt 




Judith Schneidei 




Carl Schroeter 



»^ Dennis Schulz 




I said I'm positively not pliotogenic! 



246 



Donald Schultz 
Laura Schulz 
Barbara Schulze 



Linda Scott 
Marilyn Scott 
Miriam Scott 



Richard Scott 
Merrilou Scribner 
Brian Sedey 



Shirley Sedmak 
Sharon Seifert 
Michael Seleman 



Joseph Self 

Sheila Shaughnessy 

Judith Sheppard 




247 





Robert Sheppard 




Richard Sherman 




David Shoaff 



Terrence Siciliano 




John Simcic 




Ann Lindquist, our foreign exchange student, relaxes after passing tfirough customs 



Linda Sipes 
Theodore Skebe 



Elaine Skerly 
Marguerite Skok 




248 



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Laupa Skomski 
Janet Slaby 
Patricia Slitor 



Sandra Smekel 
Dennis Smith 
Donna Smith 



Glenn Smith 
James Smith 
Diane Snyder 



Thomas Snyder 
Mary Soeder 
Leslie Soltesz 



Phyllis Sopata 
William Span 
Richard Speel 




249 




John Spencer 
Thomas Spencer 



Robert Spicer, Jr. 
Carol Spikula 



Henry Spivack 
Sanch-a Spolar 



Victor Stampone 
Gerald Stanwick 




Senior girls eat a hearty Thanksgiving lunch. 



Don helps behind the scenes. 




250 



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Marsha Stapleton Gerald Starman 

Stephen Stapp Leslie Stegh 



Susan Stevens \'irginia Stilliiiger Kathryn Stomberg 

Frances Stidworthy Dorothy Stiscak Ronald Stoner 




251 




John Bittcnce tickles the ivories! 



Patricia Strang 
Lawrence Stratton 



Diane Strnad 
Bonnie Stroh 




Edward Struna Josephine Struna Joseph Stunn 




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252 



June Susman 
Dennis Susnis 
Rickie Svenwol 



Douglas Sweeder 
Roberta Szalay 
Frank Takacs 



Anthony Tamburrino 
Marjorie Taylor 
Rita Tekalec 




Barbara Tekancic Terri Tekancic 



Joan Tennent Hal Theis 




253 





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Corrine Thomas 
Janet Thompson 



Karen Tomko 
Nada Tomsich 



Nancy Torok 
Kenneth Travis 



MaryAnn Travnik William Trouten 

Nick Trivisonno Irene Tucceri 



They all left, not laughed, when I sat down at the piano. 



Alan Tucci 



Barbara Tucker Marilyn Tucker 





254 



Steve Tumbry 
Jeanne Twitchell 



Deborah Ullom 
Doris Urbanic 



Judith Urbas 
John Usalis 




Thomas Van Tilburg 
Kenneth Varhola 




Dennis Vend 
William Vicic 




255 




^*x- ■», Randolph Vidmar 

Dan Vigh 
Craig Virnelson 



Joan Vormelker 
Henry Vucetic 
Ralph 'W'ade 



JoAnn ^Valdman 
Stanley Wall 
John Walters 



Rosemary Wanchik 
Mary Wehrle 
Carl Wendorff 



Larry Whalen 
Bonnie Wheeler 
Diane Wheeler 



256 



Spirit ran high at Euclid games. 




257 




James Whiting 
Rich Wickizer 



Gary Wieland 
Phyllis Wiersch 



Kathleen Wilber 
John Wiley 



And I said, "Now look here doc." 








258 




I'm better than the average Bayer. 



And now for my next sermon. 




Marilyn Wilk 
Shirley Willcocks 



Anthony Williams 
Sharon Wilson 



Harold Winkleman 
Janice Winkler 




259 





Linda Winkler 
David Winter 



Beatrice Winters 
Sandra Wiskes 



Cheryl Woda Kenneth Wohlgemuth Diane Wroniak 

Diane W^ohlgemuth Claudia Wright David Wunderle 



260 




But Jerry, this is a ladies choice . 




Mary Yager 
Eleanor Yingling 



Inclined to recline 



261 




Robert Yurkonis 
Robert Yurosko 
Thomas Yurosko 
Patricia Zaman 



Sandra Zatko 
Paul Zebrowski 
Judy Zeider 
John Zevnik 



Joanne Zimmerman 
Nancy Zimmerman 
Brian Zinner 
Karen Znidarsic 



Sharon Znidarsic 
Francine Zuchelli 
Kathryn Zust 
Rosemary Zuzek 



262 




Taking my roller skates wasn't so bad, but when he broke my slide rule 



263 




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MARIO'S FLOWER AND 
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AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 



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480 East 200 Street 
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RE 2-8200 

304 



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Cleveland 17, Ohio 



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Meldon's Department Store 

696 East 185 Street 

Your neighborhood shopping center 

Shoes, Drygoods, and Furnishings 

for all the family 

IV 1-1116 



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COMPANY 

"World's Largest Manufacturer 
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Euclid 17, Ohio 
KE 1-8005 



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22572 

Lake Shore Boulevard 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

AN 1-1445 



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445 East 200 Street 



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REASONABLE 



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Where special machine parts are made. 




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Lamp Division 

Lamp Metals & Components Department 

21800 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio KE 1-5050 

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Lumber — Plywood — Flooring Shingles — Doors and Windows 

KE 1-0512 



319 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Christmas Baskets for the Needy 
Paperback Bookstore 
E-Room Fountain Workers 
Basketball Concessions 
Voters Babysitting Service 



Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy 

Homecoming 

Spring Sports Dance 

Wrestling Concessions 

Adoption of Foster CJiild 




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A CENTER OF STUDENT ACTIVITY 




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 

Student Council Election 



321 



BRIGANTI 
STUDIOS 

21099 Euclid Avenue 
IV 1-7100 




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THE LUBRIZOL 
CORPORATION 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 

THE EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING 
CLASS OF '62 




ThankS/ everybody , for your fine support. 

STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 



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EUCLID SAYINGS ASSOCIATION 



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22818 Lake Shore Boulevard 



RE 2-9090 



MILLWOOD MANUFACTURING 



21700 St. Clair Avenue 



KE 1-4040 



AJAX MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



1441 Chardon Road 



KE 1-1010 




Compliments of 

BETHANDALE CORP. 

24040 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-4394 



KNUTH GREENHOUSES 

Phone KEnmore 1-1449 
ENGLISH IVIES OUR SPECIALTY 

21601 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 



CLIFFORD M. JONES 

Fire - Casualty - Liability - Life 
2265S Euclid Ave. Euclid IV. Ohio 



Bus. IV 6-253S 




BRADFORD PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Precision Lapping 
To Perfect Light Band & Micro Finish 



19600 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-8000 



324 



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For the finest in 

quality jewelry and 

graduation gifts 



WOLKOV 
JEWELERS 

Keepsake and 

Art Carved 

Diamond Rings 

All nationally 

advertised watches 

707 East 185 Street 
IV 1-4885 



CENTER 

BEVERAGE 

AND 

DELICATESSEN 



22362 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-9437 




FRANK'S PASTRY SHOP 

20991 Euclid Avenue KE 1-4335 




THE EUCLID 



Key Club 



EXTENDS BEST WISHES 



TO THE GRADUATING 



CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL 



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L. J. TROTTER 

E. 185th & Lakeshore 
Euclid (Cleveland 19), Ohio 



Wm. Alexander 

General Sales Manager 



Ivanhoe 1-8400 



FULTON, DELAMOTTE, 
LARSON, & NASSAU 



6014 Euclid Avenue 



Cleveland 3, Ohio 



EX 1-5522 



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BATES AND SPRINGER 

3101 Euclid Avenue RE 1-4829 



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To all the members o£ the Graduating class of 

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. 




AMERICAN 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26650 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-9333 




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With Every Good Wish To The Class Of 1962 . . 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



MAYOR 

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



Anthony Sustarsic 
Frank Welling 



COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 



Kenneth J. Sims 

William F. Burns 

John F. Ray, Jr. 

Michael A. Spino 

Anthony B. Baldwin 

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 




S^iL. 



Entering our second half-century of service 




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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




MANUFACTURERS OF COMPONENTS, 

PARTS AND PRODUCTS FOR AUTOMOTIVE. 

INDUSTRIAL AND CONSUMER USE 



General Offices, Cleveland, Ohio 

Twenty-eight Divisions and Subsidiaries 

Here and Abroad 



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Addressograph-Multigraph Corp. 

Aeromotive Designers, Inc _ 

Ajax Manufacturing Co 

Alvin's Jewelers 

American Monorail 

American Stamping Co — 



Page 

._-.327 
.....299 
.—324 
._308 
__316 
-_327 



American Typewriter Co 303 

Auto Body Supplies 312 

Bates & Springer, Inc. 326 

Bethandale Corp. 324 

Big Bouquet Florist 304 



Bill's Automatic Transmission Service 

Boulevard TV & Radio Service 

Bowshot, Cooper & O'Donnell 

Bradford Products, Inc. 

Brickman & Sons 

Briganti Studios 



Ted Brock, Jeweler 

Brooks Heating and Sheet Metal Co. 

Carmello's Pizza .. 

Center Beverage & Delicatessen 

Chandler Products Corp. — 

Charlite Steak House _ 

City Officials 



_309 
..309 
..300 
_324 
_303 
...322 
.314 
_313 
-315 
.-325 
.-304 
-300 
-328 
-302 
.-314 



Clark's Food Store .- .- 

Cleveland Metal Cleaning Corp 

Craig &: Sherman Nationwide Insurance 309 

V. Demshar & Sons, Inc. 302 

Dickenson & Kruger 302 

Dille Road Lumber Co. 319 

Eaton Manufacturing Co. 329 

Euclid Blueprint and Supply _ 303 

Euclid Ignition Sales & Service 315 

Euclid Key Club .„. _ -. 325 

Euclid Lanes 306 

Euclid Lawn & Garden Equipment, Inc. 315 

Euclid Poultry Market _309 

Euclid Race Dairy 304 

Euclid Savings Association .„ 324 

Euclid Window Shade Co 312 

Euclidian Beauty College — 307 

EUCUYO 319 

Herb Fitzgerald 312 

Frank's Pastry Shop 325 

Friedman Jewelers 309 

Fulton, Dela Motte, Larson & Nassau -. 326 

General Electric Co. 317 

Gerl Construction Co. 308 

Glascote Products, Inc 299 

Glavic Motors 306 

Gornik's Men's Wear 300 



Grdina Hardware 

Hamilton Mold & Machine, Inc. 

Harty's Sunoco Service 

Hattendorf-Bliss, Inc. 



-306 
-304 
-.318 
-306 



Page 

Hi Carb Corp 300 

Hillwood Manufacturing Co 324 

J. C. Homer TV & Radio Service 313 

International School of Beauty Culture 319 

Jackshaw Chevrolet 314 

Jay Dee Cleaners - - 299 

Jet Die & Development Co 311 

Clifford M. Jones Insurance Agency 324 

Carl A. Jonke Insurance Agency 299 

Knuth Greenhouses _. 324 

Fred Krauss Garage 303 

LaSalle Cleaners & Dyers _ 299 

-..._ 300 

,.323 

318 

314 

302 

315 



Lewis Roofing and Heating Co. 

Lubrizol Corp. - ..- 

Luikart Insurance Agency, Inc. 
Marincic Pure Oil 



Mario's Flower and Garden Center 

Mario's Pizza 

P. O. Mclntire Co ....- 

Melden's Department Store 

Miles Auto Stores, Inc. .„ 

Miller's Beauty Salon 



-304 
-302 
..313 



Model Food Market -—305 

Modern Deb 315 

T. J. Murnick Manufacturing Co. 317 

Nick's Barber Shop 303 

Murray P. Nicol Funeral Home 319 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabrication Co. - 313 

Northeast Appliance & Furniture Co 313 

Ohio Honing & Hydraulic Co 308 

Panther Diner „ 306 

Papps Body Shop 306 

Precision Optical Co 301 

Pressure Casting, Inc. =^ 310 

Professional Patrons 299 

Radix Wire Co 311 

Raimor Studios 298 

Rick's Men's Shop 305 

Rollerdrome 306 

RoUerdrome Barber Shop 302 

Ski-Way Machine Products --. 311 

St. Clair Savings 311 



Student Council .„ 

Student Supply Store .— 
Tarantino Brothers, Inc. 
Trebec Excavating, Inc. 

Triangle Florist 

L. J. Trotter - 

Uncle Bill's „ 



-320 
-323 
-308 
-302 



Ed Wank Television Service Company, Inc. 

Keith Weigle Motors 

Wilke Hardware 

William's Music Shop 



—326 
—318 
—319 
..-312 
—306 
-_303 



Woldman's Restaurant & Delicatessen 299 

Wolkove Jewelers 325 

Zatco Metal Products 305 



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ROBERT ADDIS, Social Studies: Kent State 
University; B.Sc. M.Ed. Baseball Coach. 40, 175 
ALVIN AMSTER, Business Education; Western 
Reserve University; B.A. M.A. Sponsor, Book- 
store. 40 

CHARLES ASHER, Social Studies; University 
of Louisville, Miami University; B.Sc. M.A. 
Football, Baseball Coach. 40, 86 
FRANK A. AULTZ, Reading Improvement; 
Mount LInion College. Kent State University, 
Western Reserve University; B.A. M.Ed. 40 
PAUL W. AVERS, Mathematics; Capital Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Hiram College; 
B.Sc. in Ed. 40, 77 



RONALD A. BACKOS, Science: California 
State Teacher's College, Kent State University, 
B.S. in Ed, M. in Ed. 40 

OLIN A. BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio 
Grande College, Ohio State University, Kent 
State University, \Vcstcrn Reserve University: 
A.B. in Ed. M.S. Sponsor, Movie Club. 40, 182 
LILLIAN BARROW, Business Education; 
Muskingum College, University of Pittsburgh; 
B.S. in Ed. M. in Ed. 40 

KATHERINE BOGNAR, Language; Notre 
Dame College, Western Reserve University; B.A. 
M.A. 41, 49 

ERVIN BOJA, Language; University of Szeged, 
University of Budapest, Western -Reserve Uni- 
versity; M.A. 41, 129 

LAUREL, BONNELLI, Physical Education; 
Western Reserve University, John Carroll Uni- 
versity; B.S. Sponsor, Majorettes, G.A.A. Bowl- 
ing. 41 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics: University 
of Dayton, Ohio State University: B.Sc. 41 



JAMES M. CALVERT, Biology: North Central 
College, Ohio State University, Western Re- 
serve University; B.A. M.A. 41 
ARLENE CARTER, Biology, Health: Bowling 
Green University, Trinity University, Western 
Reserve University; B.Sc. in Ed. Sponsor, Friend- 
ship Club. 41, 77 

NANCY CLARK, Science: Allegheny College, 
University of Michigan; B.Sc. M.A. Sponsor, 
Student Council. 41 

CARL CLEMENTS. Mathematics: Capital Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University, Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc. M.S. 41, 77 

JAMES F. CLIFFEL, Mathematics: John Carroll 
University; B.Sc. 41, 53 

JEAN COX, English: Allegheny College, Colum- 
bia University, University of Pittsburgh; A.B. 
Sponsor, Red Cross. 41, 81 

ROBERT WALL CRARV, Social Studies; Ohio 
State University, Western Reserve University, 
St. Lawrence University; B.A. B.S. M.A. 41 



DIANE DARCY, Home Arts: Stout State Col- 
lege, University of Wisconsin; B.S. 41, 79 
HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Industrial Arts; 
Ohio University: B.Sc. in Ed. Basketball Coach. 
41, 62. 113, 115, 175 

L. DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State 
University, Ohio University, Ohio State Uni- 
versity; B.S. in Ed. 41, 83 

WILLIAM DEMORA, Social Studies; Ohio 
State University, Kent State University, Indiana 
University; B.S. M.S. 41, 105 
NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies; 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; 
B.S. in Ed. 42, 82 

FORREST H. DIEHL, Social Studies; Hiram 
College, Kent State University, University of 
Colorado: B.A. M.Ed. 42, 87 



CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts: Kent 
State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.S. M.A. Wrestling, Ass't. Cross Country Coach. 
42, 105, 175 



DONALD G. EISEN, £77gZ(j/!; Western Reserve 
University; A.B. Sponsor, Spectrum. 32, 33, 42, 
173 

SUSAN EMSHWILLER, English: Miami Uni- 
versity: B.S. 42, 81 



AHMED FELLAGUE, Language; Ohio State 
University, Mexico City College, Georgetown 
University: B.Sc. in Ed. 42. 53, 80 
MARY FOGARTY. English: Bowling Green 
Uni\ersity. Lhsuline College; B.A. 42, 137 
FR.'VNK F. FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; 
Ohio State University, Bowling Green Univer- 
sity. Ohio University: B.S. in Agr. B.S. in Ed. 
42, 135 

AUDREE S. FOX, Physical Education; Bowling 
Green University, John Carroll University, B.S. 
Sponsor, G.L.C., Cheerleaders. 42, 45 
SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science: City College 
of New York, C. W. Post College; B.S. M.A. 
Sponsor, Chess Club. 42, 85 

KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.S. 42 

MARILYN FUERST. English: Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.S. in Ed. 42 



ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts: Ohio 
University, ^Vcstern Reserve University. Fenn 
College. Kent State University; B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. Football Coach. 42 

KATHERYN GATES, Language: Marshall Col- 
lege; A.B. M.A. 42, 133 

CLAYTON D. GEORGE, Business Education: 
Fenn College, Kent State University; B.Sc. in 
Ed. M.Ed. Sponsor, Euclidian Business Staff. 
40, 43 

ANNAROSA GINEVRA, Business Education; 
Dyke & Spenccrian Business College. Cleveland 
College, Kent State University; B.Ed. Sponsor, 
Future Business Leaders of America. 43, 84 
JOHN F. GRIFFIN. Mathematics; Western Re- 
serve University: B.S. M.A. 43 



BEATRICE HAMMAN. Librarian: Western 
Michigan University: B.A. B.L.S. 38, 43 
ROBERT HANSON, English; Mt. Union Col- 
lege, Duke University; A.B. M.A.T. 43, 87 
RONALD HARDING, Social Studies; Ohio Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Ed. 43, 
86, 153 



DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; Cincinnati 
Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, 
University of Akron, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity: B.Sc. M.A. Band & Orchestra Director. 43 
JOAN HASSEN, English, Government; Temple 
University, Youngstown University; B.S. in Ed. 
43, 129 

W. DEAN HAWVER, Science; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University: B.Sc. in Agr. 
B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. Sponsor, Biology Club, 43, 139 
CLAUDIA HEPNER, American History; Col- 
lege of William & Mary; B.A. 43, 128 
GERTRUDE HOEGER, Industrial Arts; Ohio 
State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.S. M.A. 43, 78 

FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies; Western Re- 
serve University; B.A. 44 

MARIA VIDA HORN, Spanish, World History; 
Notre Dame College, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; A.B. 44, 134 



RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; 
Hiram College, Kent State University; BA 
B.Sc. 44 ' 

MERWIN A. HUNKIN, English; Cleveland Col- 
lege, Western Reserve University; B.A. 44 



JACK L. JENKINS, Dramatics; Indiana Uni- 
versity; B.Sc. M.A. Sponsor, Thespians and 
Stage Club. 44, 45 

FRED JOHNS, Counselor; Western Reserve 
University, Kent State University, Ohio State 
University; B.Sc. M.A. 44, 76 



ALBERT JUDGE, Science: Kenyon, Kent State 
University, University of Florida, Western Re- 
serve University; B.Sc. in Chem. B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. Sponsor, P.A. Club. 44, 60 



MILTON J. KADLEC, Industrial Arts: Illinois 
State Normal University, John Carroll Univer- 
sity; B.Sc. in Ed. Sponsor, Letterman's Club, 
Football Coach. 44 

RICHARD R. KEAY, Science; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Miami University, Western Reserve 
University, Ohio State University; A.B. M.A. 
41, 44 



JOAN LEES, English: Cornell University, Uni- 
versity of California, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A. 44, 136 

EDITH K. LEMON, Counselor; Northwestern 
College, Western Reserve University; B.Sc. M.A. 
44, 126 

CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; 
Western Reserve University, Ohio State Univer- 
sity; B.B.A. 44, 134 

JAMES W. LINDSAY, Social Studies; Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Wesleyan University; B.A. 
M.A.T. Assistant Football, Track Coach, Spon- 
sor, N.A.S.S. 44, 82 

ELAINE M. LOKAR, Home Arts, Chairman; 
University of Wisconsin, Ohio State University, 
John Carroll LIniversity; B.Sc. 44 

MARJORIE MALINA, Home Arts; Ohio State 
University, Mexico City College, University of 
Colorado; B.S. 44, 78 

EMBERT M. MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa 
State University, Kent State University; B.Sc. 
44 

PHYLLIS MASTIN, English; Eastern Kentucky 
State College; A.B. Sponsor, Friendship Club. 
44 

MARITA MATHEWS, English; Eastern Ken- 
tucky State College, University of Kentucky; 
A.B, Sponsor, Friendship Club. 44 
ANGELO MAZZOCCO, Spanish, World History; 
Ohio State University, Kent State University; 
B.A. B.Sc. in Ed. 45, 79 

JAMES McCAMPBELL, English, Reading Im- 
provement; Northwestern University: B.Sc. 
Sponsor Euclidian Editorial Staff. 45, 46, 162 
DAVID N. McKELVEY, Business Education; 
Muskingum College, Indiana University, Gregg 
Shorthand College; B.A. M.S. in Ed. 45, 84 
ROBERT E. McLaughlin, General Metals; 
Kent State University; B.S. 45 
EDMUND MIZE, Business Education; Ohio 
State University, Ohio University, Kent State 
University; B.Sc. Sponsor, Survey Business Staff. 
46 

DONALD R. MOHR, Physical Education; 
Baldwin-Wallace College, Bowling Green Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University: B.A. M.A. 
Head Football Coach, Athletic Director. 46, 97, 
175 

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HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts; Ohio Uni- 
versity, Bowling Green University, Kent State 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Sponsor, Fore- 
man's Club, Spirits' Club, Tennis Coach. 46, 
175 

MARCELLA NOLD, Physical Education; Ohio 
University; B.S. in Ed. Spon,sor, Majorette Club. 
46, 87 



WILLIAM E. PALMER, Business Education; 
Ball State Teachers' College; B.S. in Ed. 46, 
108 

CAROL F. PETVAI, Home Arts; Ohio State 
University; B.S. in Ed. 46 

JUNE G. PHYPERS, Business Education; 
Denison University, Western Reserve University, 
Spencerian School of Commerce, Accts. & Fin- 
ance, New York University, Radcliffe College, 
Middlebury College; A.B. M.A. 46 
FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Bonaventure 
University, St. Francis College, BuckncU Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Penn State 
University; B.A. 46 



MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies; Ohio 
University; B.Sc. M.Ed. 46 

JOHN E. REEVES, Counselor; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Columbia 
University; B.Sc. M.A. 46, 126 
HOWARD E. REMINICK, English; University 
o£ Toledo; B.Ed. Asst. Wrestling and Football 
Coach. 47, 175 

MARTIN RENO, Science, Mathematics; Edin- 
boro State Teachers' College, Harvard Univer- 
sity; B.Sc. M.Ed. 47 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami 
University (Ohio) , University of Miami (Fla.) 
B.S. in Ed. Swimming Coach. 47, 175 
DAVID ALLEN RESER, Mathematics; Miami 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. 47 

DONALD RINKES, Mathematics; Muskingum 
College, West Liberty State College, West Vir- 
ginia University, Ohio State University, Kent 
State University, Case Institute of Tech. Fenn 
College, University of Hawaii; B.Sc. M.Ed. 
Sponsor, Camera Club. 47, 53 
LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Re- 
serve University; B.A. M.A. Director of National 
Forensic League Chapter and Spring Play, 
Sponsor, P.A. Announcers. 47, 150 
ROGER ROUND, English, Chairman; Mount 
Union College, Penn State University, Kent 
State University; A.B. M.E. Sponsor, N.F.L. 
(Debate) . 47, 138 

MARCIA L. RUST, English, Journalism; Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity, Northwestern University; B.A. M.A. 
Sponsor, Eucuyo. 47, 80, 144, 166 



OTTO SANTOS, Business Education; John 
Carroll University, Kent State University; B.S. 
B.A. 47 

WILLIAM E. SAUL, Business Education; West- 
minister College, Western Reserve University, 
Erie Business College, John Carroll University; 
B.B.A. 47, 84 

CHARLES SAWYER, Business Education; Kent 
State University, B.Ed. 47, 85 
GRETCHEN SCHWEGLER, Physical Educa- 
tion; Michigan State University; B.S. Sponsor, 
Swim Club. 47 

DELMAR V. SMITH, Business Education, 
Chairman; Ohio Northern University, Columbia 
University, International' College of Business 
Administration; B.A. M.A. Director of Place- 
ment. 47 

GRANVILLE B. SMITH, English; Duquesne 
University, Indiana State Teachers' College, 
Penn State University; B.S. M.A. Sponsor, Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff. 47 

RUTH SMITH, Social Studies; Flora Stone 
Mather, Western Reserve University; A.B. M.A. 
Sponsor, Future Teachers of America. 47, 132 
MARY ANN SPRETNAK, English, Social 
Studies; Miami University, Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. 47, 82 
MERWIN R. STAINES, Industrial Arts; New 
York State University, University of Colorado; 
B.Sc. M.Ed. 47 

WILLIAM A. STARR, Science; Indiana State 
Teachers College, Allegheny College, Michigan 
College of Mining and Technology; B.S. 4'7 
DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio State 
University, B.S. in Agr. B.S. in Ed. Sponsor, 
Biology Club. 48, 139 

HELEN STEWART, Counselor; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University, Ohio 
State University, University of Zurich, Switzer- 
land, University of Hawaii; B.Ed. M.Ed. M.A. 
48 

CECELIA P. STILLMAN, Government, Eco- 
nomics; Radcliffe College, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; A.B. 48, 133 

JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies; Bluffton 
College, Ohio State University; B.A. M.A. 46, 
48, 61, 78 

JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio Uni- 
versity, Stevens Point Teachers College, Kent 
State University; B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Asst. 
Basketball Coach. 48, 115 

CLARENCE SWACKHAMER, Physical Educa- 
tio7i. Chairman; Wilmington College, Ohio 
University, Columbia University, Ohio State 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. 48, 175 
JUDITH SWEET, English: Ursuline College, 
John Carroll University; A.B. 48, 81 
SAM W. TAYLOR, JR., Music; High Point Col- 
lege, Northwestern University; B.Sc, in Music, 
M. in Music, Choral Director. 48, 72, 156 



EDWARD T. TEKIELI, Business Education; 
Glenville State College, West Virginia Univer- 
sity; A.D. M.S. Asst. Football Coach, Asst. Base- 
ball Coach, J.V. Basketball Coach. 48, 115 
DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics; Butler Uni- 
versity, West Virginia University, Muskingum 
College; A.B. Cross Country, Track Coach. 48, 
90, 175 

NORMAN THOMPSON, Science; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc. 
in Ed. M.A. Sponsor, Movie Club. 49 
FRANK TROGLIA, Counselor; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc. 
M.A. 49 



ANTHONY V. VACCARIELLO, Language: 
Miami University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. in Ed. Sponsor, Ad Club, 
Faculty Manager o£ Athletics. 49, 175 
CAROLE VENALECK, English; Fenn College- 
B.A. 49 fag. 

RUTH VERMILLION, Counselor; 76 
FRED A. VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chair- 
man; Western Reserve University, Cleveland 
Institute of Art, Kent State University; B.Sc. 
in Ed. M.A. in Art. 49 



VIRGINIA L. WEADOCK, English; Bowling 
Green State University; B.S. in Ed. M.A. 49 
STANLEY WHITESIDE, Social Studies, Chair- 
man; Ohio University, Ohio State University, 
University of Wisconsin, Lewis and Clark Col- 
lege; B.A. 49 

GEORGE WILEY, Co-Ordinator, Special 
Achievement Classes; Oberlin College, Western 
Reserve University, Ohio State University; A.B 
M.A. 49 

BEULA WILSON, Mathematics, Chairman; 
University of Southern California, Western Re- 
serve University; B.A. M.A. 49 
LAWRENCE A. WILSON, Science; Kent State 
University; B.S. M.A. 49 

RALPH WISNIEWSKI, Science; Ohio Univer- 
sity; B.A. in Ed. 49 



ROBERT E. YOCUM, Business Education; Kent 
State University; B.Sc. in Bus. Ed. Key Club 
Sponsor, Career Week Chairman. 49 



MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Language, Chair- 
man; Moravian College for Women, Middlebury 
College, Columbia University; B.A. M.A. 49 



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Atlamczewski, Judy 77 
Adkins. John 77 
Alex, Donald 77 
Alexander, Diane 83 
Alexander, Patricia 77 
Allen, Carole 77 
Allen, Susan 84 
Anderson, Susan 77 
Andrew, Carol 77 
Antonick, Dennis 77 
Apple, Myron 77 
Ark, Michael 77 
Aspinwall, Linda 77 
Aten, John 77 
August, Alison 77 

Bacon. Diana 77 
Baer, Dan 80 
Bagocius, James 77 
Bailey, John 77 
Bailey, XVilliam 77 
Baker, Terry 77 
Balogh, Jacqueline 77 
Bahikin, Leslie 77 
Banaszck, Paul 77 
Baran, Joanne 77 
Barbato, Patricia 77 
Barbie, Marilyn 77 
Barbrc, John 77 
Barnes. David 77 
Barla. Ken 77 
Bateman, Ken 77 
Bates, James 77 
Bayan, Barbara 87 
Beacham, Bill 77 
Beaudry, James 77 
Becker, Marcy 77 
Beckwith, Barbara 77 
Begalke, Elaine 82 
Belanich, Rose 81 
Belavich, Linda 77 
Bcljan, Donald 77 
Bell, Gail 77 
Bilyk, Barbara 77 
Bene, Kathleen 77 
Bcntlcy, Dan 77 
Bcnvenuto, Darlene 77 
Bernstein, Gary 77 
Blackburn, Harold 77 
Blankschaen, James 77 
Blatnik, Marlene 77 
Blatnik. Susan 77 
Bluhm, Dennis 77 
Blinneristein, Kurt 77 
Boczck, Almira 77 
Bogatay, Mary 77 
Boldin, Bonnie 77 
Bone, Diane 77 



Bone, Donna 77 
Borgsteadt, Sandra 77 
Bosetin, Rosemary 81 
Boyd, Jeanne 77 
Boyer, Walter 77 
Bradack, Shirley 77 
Bradford, Barbara 77 
Brazalovics, Janet 77 
Breeden, Drema 77 
Brecn, Karen 77 
Brcnnan, Thomas 77 
Breskvar, Michele 77 
Brewer, Richard 87 
Brczcc, Roger 82 
Brigden, Ellen 77 
Brimlow, Terry 85 
Brown, Jacqueline 77 
Brown, Margaret 77 
Browning, Cheryl 77 
Bruce, Cheryl 77 
Brule, Diane 77 
Budas, Bonnie 77 
Budinsky, Donna 77 
Bumgardner, Dan 81 



Burich, George 77 
Burns, Karen 78 
Burris, Linda 78 
Bush, Clayton 78 
Butko, L. 79 
Buto, Carol 78 



Caine, William 78 
Capretti. Josephine 78 
Caputo, Kenneth 78 
Carlson, Ellen 78 
Carlson, Leslie 77 
Carpenter, Gary 78 
Carroll, Constance 78 
Carroll, Edward 78 
Carruthers, Jo-Ell 78 
Cavell, Michael 78 
Cebron, Linda 81 
Ccsnik, Joanne 78 
Chaunce, Elaine 78 
Chappell, Shirley 78 
Cherne, Donald 78 
Chiodo, Connee 78 
Chiofolo, Marilyn 81 
Chopyak, Janis 82 
Christopher, Terry 78 
Cianelli, Celia 78 
Cicco, Rosemary 78 
Cinco, Sandra 78 
Cipriani, Linda 78 
Cirino, Robert 76, 78 
Clcmence, Kathleen 84 
Clemens, Terry 78 
Coleman, Judith 78 
Collins, Doris 78 
Collins, Jill 78 
Collins, Richard 78 
Comport, Joann 78 
Consilio, Alan 78 
Cook, Cheryl 78 
Coolidge, Dennis 78 
Cornwell, Gloria 78 
Corrigan. 86 
Covert, Kathleen 78 
Cox, Paul 87 
Coy, Timothy 87 
Coyle, Bruce 81 
Cozby, Nancy 86 
Craig. Judith 78 
Crawford, Barry 78 
Creveling, Richard 87 
Crone, Norma 78 
Czohara, John 78 

D'Amico, Michele 77 
Dackar, Robert. 77 
Dailey, Mary 78 
Damberger, Joan 79 
Dane, Gregory 78 
Daugherty, Geraldine 79 
Davis, Frank 86 
Davis, Fred 77 
Davis, Sandra 79 
Dav, Diane 79 
DeMell, John 85 
De Vanna, Susan 79 
De Victor, Allan 78 
Deans, Lorraine 79 
Debeljak, Patricia 78 
Debevec, Marilyn 82 
Debevec, Paul 78 
Deegan, Patricia 79 
Delsanter, Joan 80 
Demian, Douglas 78 
Di Biasio, Danette 79 
Di Donato, Beatrice 79 
Di Nardo, Gene 78 
Di Puccio, Jean 80 
Di Santo, Helen 79 
Diulus, Eugene 78 
Dobnikar, Magdeline 79 
Dombrowski, Anita 79 



Domin, Larry 78 
Downen, Sharon 79 
Dragonette, Jerry 82 
Drenik, Sharon 79 
Dvornik, Janet 79 



Eckenrode, Joseph 79 
Eckerman, Dorothy 79 
Elliott, Kathleen 79 
Ellis, Joyce 79 
Emser, Nancy 79 
Erzen, Betty' 86 
Erzen, Marianne 85 
Estvander, Helen 79 
Evans, Dale 79 



Fabec. Monica 79 
Fabritius, Richard 79 
Falton, Constance 79 
Fende, Andrew 79 
Ferrel, Ronald 79 
Fleshin, John 78 
Focht. Richard 79 
Fogel. Helen 80 
Fogel. Marilyn 78 
Forgione, Frank 79 
Forker, Sally 78 
Foster, Edward 82 
Foster, Glen 79 
Fox, Douglas 79 
Fox, Linda 78 
Frederick, Paul 82 
Friedman, Barbara 78 
Froom, Sandra 78 
Frost, Marjory 78 
Frustere, Judy 81 
Fuchs, Marlene 78 
Fuerst, Ray 87 

Gabrenya, Carol 78 
Gabriel, Ronald 79 
Gainar, Richard 79 
Galaida, Linda 78 
Gall, Sandra 78 
Gant, Bill 79 
Garland, David 79 
Gasser, Ted 79 
Gaster, Donald 79 
Gere, Shirley 78 
Germovsek, Donna 78 
Giegerich, Gary 79 
Gilliotti, Thomas 79 
Gingell, Bonnie 82 
Giordano, Joseph 79 
Glass, Richard 82 
Click, Brian 79 
Goble, Ted 76, 82 
Gojak, Mary 80 
Colon, Janis 80 
Gombach, Sharon 80 
Goodwin, Joyce 80 
Gorslene, James 78 
Gozelinchick, Tom 82 
Gozoski, Judy 80 
Graafmeyer, John 78 
Grable, Lee 78 
Green, Mary 80 
Greer, Patricia 80 
Griffith, Richard 78 
Grill, Carol 80 
Grillo, Justine 80 
Grimm, Elyse 80 
Gross, Rosemary 80 
Grubac, Donna 80 
Guenther, Karen 80 
Guild, Sandra 80 
Gustetic, Kathleen 82 
Guth, Judy 82 
Guttmann, Linda 80 
Guy, Norman 87 



Habian, Anita 80 
Hagberg, Robert 78 
Hathcrill, 'William 78 
Hahn. Beth 80 
Hall, Rosemarie 80 
Hallack. Judv 80 
Haller, Michael 78 
Hamilton, Linda 80 
Hanes, Edna 80 
Hanna, Robin 80 
Harper, Gregory 78 
Harris, Leslie 80 
Harwood, Tom 78 
Hashagen, Kimberly 80 
Hathaway, Donald 78 
Havreberg, Gretchen 8C 
Haynes, Eloise 84 
Heben. Dari 80 
Heckert, Karen 80 
Henderson, Diane 80 
Henry, Carolyn 80 
Herbst, Ronald 78 
Hertz, William 78 
Hille, Barbara 81 
Hobson, William 78 
Hobzek, Bruce 82 
Hocevar, Judy 81 
Hoedt, Cynthia 81 
Hoernig, Dennis 80 
Hoffman, Carol 81 
Hohs, Bernard 80 
Holcomb, Beverly 81 
Holloway. Jane 81 
Holmes. Karen 87 
Holwick. Constance 81 
Hopkins, Larry 83 
Horn, Donna 81 
Hornack, Lawrence 80 
Horsey, Susan 81 
Horton, John 80 
Hotchkiss, Mary 81 
Houry, Janice 81 
Howard, Ronald 80 
Howell, Janet 81 
Hrovat, Kenneth 80 
Hrovat, Ronald 80 
Hula, Robert 80 
Hull, Donald 80 
Humphries, John 80 
Hunt, Marian 81 
Hurlburt, Patricia 81 
Hurwitch, Carl 80 
Hylkema, Dan 80 
Hyne, Burke 82 
Hynes, Mary 81 

Ivanko, Joseph 80 

Jacabsohn, Jeff 80 
Jackson, Robert 80 
Janis, Diane 81 
Jasky, Alan 80 
Jevnikar, Larry 77 
Johnson, Marsha 77 
Johnson, Robert 80 
jonaitis, Kathleen 81 
Jones, Bruce 80 
Jones, Suzanne 86 
Jost, Richard 80 
Judice, Edward 80 



Kacperski, Dennis 80 
Kaczur, Nicholas 80 
Kaehler, Richard 80 
Kaib, Thomas 80 
Kane, Jim 77 
Kane, Patricia 81 
Kaprosy, David 80 
Karash, Richard 80 
Karl, Lillian 81 
Karpy, Ted 84 
Kaselak, Donna 76, 81 
Katalenac, Carol 81 



333 






Kattler, Gary 82 
Katz. Marvin 78 
Kaval, Elaine 81 
Keller. Connie 76, 81 
Keller, Gary 81 
Kelly, John 81 
Kendra, Nadine 81 
King, Cheryl 81 
King, Dolores 81 
King. Gerald 81 
King, James 81 
King, William 81 
Kipp, Linda 81 
Kirchner, Barbara 81 
Kirk, Berta 82 
Kirk, Gabi 81 
Kissel, Andrew 81 
Kitko, Laureen 81 
Klann, Donald 81 
Klavora, Brenda 81 
Kleinhenz, Dave 81 
King, Kenneth 81 
Kmetz, Ba-bara 82 
Knoch, Jean 81 
Knoch, Joyce 81 
Knop, Ted 81 
Kobe, Donna 81 
Koci, Joel 81 
Koepke, Karen 77 
Kolegar. Kathleen 81 
Koller, Richard 81 
Komocar, John 81 
Komraus, Carl 78 
Korosec, Kathy 81 
Korthals, Mary 81 
Korthals, Rajeanne 81 
Kostansek. Marv Ann 81 
Kostiha, Jim 77 
Kotnik, Joyce 82 
Kozlevcar, Judy 81 
Krane, Alan 81 
Krapence, Carol 81 
Krecic, Linda 81 
Krince, Kathleen 81 
Krotine, Gilbert 80 
Krzepina, Jean 81 
Kuchling, Edward 81 
Kukorelli, Andrew 81 
Kulka, Leonard 81 
Kump, Diane 81 



Lain, John 81 
Lakatosh, Richard 81 
Lamos, Gary 78 
Lang, Gayle 82 
Langham, Harry 81 
Lanza, Alberta 82 
La Porte, Fred 82 
La Porte, Susan 81 
Larkin, John 81 
Larsen, Eric 81 
Lasnik, Heidi 82 
Leach, Barbara 82 
Leake, Rebecca 82 
Leber, Marilyn 81 
Leeper, Grant 81 
Leeper, Janet 82 
Lefkowitz, Sheryl 82 
Lefor, Pearl 82 
Legan, Toni 82 
Lellis, Thomas 81 
Lemm, Sandra 82 
Lemmons, Bill 81 
Lenarcic, Vincent 77 
Lesiak, Elizabeth 82 
Letney, Janis 82 
Lewis, Sandra 82 
Lewis, Richard 81 
Lewis, Richard 82 
Liggett, Dan 81 
Lilley, Judy 79 
Lilley, Margaret 82 
Lis, Marilyn 82 
Livermore, Karen 82 
Lo Conti, Gary 81 
Lofgren, Cheryl 82 
Logan, Patricia 82 



Lokes. Rosann 84 
Loncala, Tom 81 
Lonchar, Caroline 82 
Long, Leslie 82 
Lorber, Gary 77 
Lorence, David 81 
Lorenzo, Michael 81 
Lorenzo, Sharon 82 
Love, Gary 81 
Lovejoy, Darell 81 
Lube, Judy 81 
Lufflcr, Ralph 81 
Luksic. Magdaline 82 
Lunder. James 81 
Lupas, Gerald 84 
Lutsch, John 81 
Lyle, Patricia 82 
Lynch, Margaret 82 
Lyon, Cheryl 85 

Mack, Harriet 82 
Mack, James 84 
Macks, Ronald 81 
Madey, Donald 81 
Malocic. Carol 82 
Malz, Allan 82 
Mance, Judy 82 
Mangus, Kathryn 82 
Mansperger, Marilyn 84 
Marincic, Loretta 84 
Marino, Joel 82 
Marlow, Edward 82 
Marthin, Rita 79 
Martucci, James 82 
Masek, Richard 82 
Masek, Ronald 82 
Mason, James 82 
Matejowski, Nancy 84 
May, Terry 82 
Maynard, John 83 
Mazzei, Martin 85 
McCarthy, Judy 82 
McDerment, Keith 81 
McKee, Linda 82 
McKibben, Joyce 82 
McKnight, Patricia 82 
McLaughlin, Mary 82 
• McNab, Nancy 82 
Medlen, Joyce 77 
Mehls, Linda 84 
Mervis, Judith 84 
Meyers, Nancy 84 
Mika, Jane 84 
Miklavcic, Albert 82 
Miklavic, Dennis 82 
Mikolsky, Dave 80 
Mikus, Dennis 82 
Milhzzotto, Louis 82 
Milavec, James 82 
Miller, Larry 79 
Miller, Lenore 84 
Miller, Linda 84 
Miller, Patricia 80 
Miller, Richard 82 
Miller, William 82 
Mills, Barbara 84 
Milone, Rosalie 84 
Minnillo, Mary Ann 84 
Mochan, Dale 82 
Mocilnikar, Lynne 84 
Modlin, Barbara 83 
Mog, Carol 83 
Mohoric, Duane 82 
Montague, David 82 
Montsch, Carol 83 
Moore, Cameron 82 
Morell, Norma 83 
Morgan, David 77 
Morgan, Michael 82 
Morse, Richard 82 
Morse, Sharon 83 
Muehleisen, Robert 82 
Muir, Gloria 82 
Mullenix, Marsha 83 
Murdoch, Colin 82 
Murphy, Kathy 83 
Murphy, Lynn 83 
Murray, Cole 82 
Musteikis, Ignas 82 



Nada, Pamela 83 
Nagode, Cynthia 83 
Nalepa, Linda 83 
Nebe, Jim 82 

Nehls, Kathleen 83 
Neil, Lu Ann 83 
Nemerovsky, Kenneth 82 
Nenadal, Carol 84 
Nestlerode, Laura 84 
Neumore, Jack 82 
Newnes, David 83 
Norsic, Gerald 84 
Nyman, Terrie 84 



Ockunzzi, Thomas 84 
Ogoreuc, Charlotte 84 
Ogrin, Shirley 84 
Oiler, Judd 84 
Ola, Peter 84 
Onderdonk, Leslie 84 
Opdahl, Dennis 84 
Orehek, Janice 78 
Oren, Patricia 84 
Orlikowski, John 79 
Ormston, Mary 84 
Ostkar, Janet 84 
Oyaski, Mike 84 



Paganie, Mary Lynn 84 
Palenschat, Roy 84 
Paller, Michael 82 
Panichi, Carol 84 
Paolo, Albert 83 
Papalko, Sharon 84 
Papp, Carol 84 
Papp, Nancy 78 
Parmertor, Bob 83 
Patterson, Peggy 84 
Patronis, Jordan 83 
Patton, Kathleen 84 
Paulovcin, Susan 84 
Pawlus, Linda 84 
Payne, Lynn 80 
Pearn, Janet 84 
Penny, ^Villiam 80 
Perrotti, John 83 
Perusek, Kenneth 83 
Pesch, Hans 83 
Pesec, Edward 83 
Peterka. Jacqueline 84 
Peters, Cloyd 83 
Peters, Gary 83 
Peterson, Carol 84 
Peterson, Gregory 83 
Peterson, Richard 84 
Petrochic, Tom 84 
Petruzzi, Anthony 84 
Petty. Jim 84 
Phillips. Nikki 84 
Pierce, Jerome 84 
Pietro, James 84 
Pike, Karen 84 
Pinkney, Christopher 84 
Piotrowski, Sharon 84 
Pirc, Judy 84 
Piscopo, Darlene 84 
■ Plickert, Thomas 84 
Plummer, Tim 84 
Powalie, James 84 
Powalie, Jerry 84 
Powell, Janet 81 
Powell, Martha 84 
Pozun, John 84 
Pratt, Maureen 84 
Prijatelj, Robert 84 
Pullano, Elayne 82 
Pullano, Wayne 79 
Pulver, Carol 84 
Pungerchar, Shirley 84 
Purdy, Thomas 85 
Pylick, Sharon 84 



Rast, Lenore 84 
Reba. Cynthia 84 
Rebolt, Jonnie 84 
Redding, Patricia 84 
Reder, Arthur 84 
Redmund, Richard 84 
Reed, Gary 84 
Reese, Carol 84 
Regalbuto, Victoria 85 
Reichenbach, John 84 
Reinke, William 84 
Res, Rae 78 
Rhodes, Darlene 82 
Richard, Jeric 87 
Richardson, Kenneth 8i 
Riggs, Ray 84 
Ritz, Charlotte 85 
Roberts, Linda 85 
Robich, Barbara 85 
Rochkar, Roberta 85 
Rockwell, Sam 84 
Rodencic, Sandra 85 
Rodgers, Eileen 85 
Roesch, Robert 84 
Rogers, Linda 85 
Roland, Cheryl 85 
Roll, David 84 
Romano, Donald 84 
Romano, Donna 83 
Romano, Mike 84 
Roschy, Jackie 85 
Rose, Janet 85 
Ross, Diane 85 
Rosipko, James 84 
Roth, John 85 
Rouse, Jo Ann 77 
Rowland, Jane 85 
Runyon, Gary 85 
Rupar, Margaret 85 
Ruuska, Richard 85 
Ryder, Laura 85 

Sanderson, Roger 85 
Santay, Michael 80 
Sarama, Roseanne 85 
Sarstedt, Ron 85 
Saver, Richard 85 
Scanlon, Jim 85 
Scanlon, Joanne 85 
Schaffer, Margo 85 
Schaser, John 85 
Scheid, Gail 85 
Schiemann, Robert 83 
Schroeter, John 85 
Schuette, Wade 85 
Schulte, Jane 85 
Scott, John 85 
Sedmak, Charlotte 85 
Sedmak, David 83 
Seguin, Ruth Ann 85 
Seifert, Sharon 77 
Serkownik, Carol 85 
Sernel, Patricia 85 
Shaughnessy, Joan 85 
Shenkel, James 81 
Sheppard, Nancy 85 
Sherman. Norbert 85 
Sherrill, Linda 85 
Shields, Cynthia 85 
Shinosky, Denise 87 
Shirk, Jo-Anne 85 
Shuber, Barbara 82 
Siat, Karen 82 
Sidman, Carolyn 86 
Siedler, Donna 86 
Siegel, La Vonne 86 
Siford, Howard 85 
Sirca, George 83 
Sirko, Elaine 86 
Sivec, John 85 
Skalski, Karen 86 
Skeivis, Roberta 86 
Skitzki, Madelyn 82 
Skoll, Sheila 86 
.Skrout, Irma 86 
Skully, Marylyn 86 
Shiga, Esther 86 
Smiciklas, John 79 
Smink, Linda 86 



334 



Smith, C. 78 
Smith, Lucille 85 
Sncller, William 85 
Snyder, Shirley 85 
Sowul, Elaine 86 
Span, Richard 85 
Spate, Dennis 85 
Splister, Joyce 86 
Spolar, Henry 85 
Sporcic, Bill 87 
Spring, Barbara 86 
Sprochi, Roger 85 
Stafford, David 81 
Stahre, Thomas 86 
Stair, John 84 
Stambaugh, Richard 85 
Stankiewicz, Suzanne 78 
Stanley, Bruce 85 
Stanley, Judith 86 
Stapleton, Larry 86 
Stasienko, Tom 86 
Statz, Robert 86 
Steagler, Cynthia 86 
Steagler, Marcia 86 
Steelman, Fred 87 
Stegh, Janice 86 
Steich, Allan 86 
Steinfurth, Carl 86 
Steklassa, Terry 86 
Stemple, Karen 86 
Stepic, Anna 86 
Stevenson, Ken 86 
Strausbaugh, Judith 86 
Strazisar, Margaret 86 
Strnad, Joan 86 
Strnisha, Linda 86 
Stumpf. Roger 83 
Sturm, Elaine 86 
Substelny, Leo 86 
Summers, Dave 86 
Surtz, Ronald 86 
Sustersic, John Ray 86 
Sutton, Darl 86 



Sweeney, Kathleen 8f 
Sweeney, William 80 
Switalsky, Earl 86 
Symonds, Robert 86 
Snyder, S. 86 
Syracuse, Alma 86 



Takacs, Ken 86 
Tanno, Frank 86 
Tarantino, Richard 86 
Tartaglia, Phillip 86 
Taylor, Ralph 86 
Teegardin, Nancy 86 
Tegel, James 86 
Tekavec, James 86 
Tekavec, Margaret 87 
Terranova, Estelle 87 
Thamer, Linda 87 
Fhayer, Dennis 86 
Thomas, Patricia 87 
Thomasello, Sharon 87 
Thompson, David 86 
Thorpe, Robert 86 
Tiderman, Kenneth 86 
Tilk, Robert 86 
Tkatch, James 86 
Tolchinsky, Paul 87 
Tomko. Linda 87 
Toward, Steve 87 
Traina, Cynthia 87 
Tramte, Beverly 87 
Tramte, Dennis 87 
Traven, Dale 87 
Travcn, Louise 82 
Traxler, Margaret 87 
Trivisonno. Carmela 87 
Truskolaski, Barbara 87 
Tucceri, Joseph 84 
Tucceri, Sandra 87 
Turk, Kathleen 87 
Twrick, Bob 78 
Twombly, Lester 87 



Ulle, Frances 87 
Ulle, Katherine 87 
Ulle, Nancy 87 
UUestad, Jim 87 
Unick, Elizabeth 87 
Urankar, Judith 87 
Urbancek, Amber 87 
Urbancic, Geraldine 87 
Urbanick, Joseph 87 
Uronis, Leonard 87 
Usalis, Robert 87 

Vahcic, Laura 87 
Van Ooyen, Ray 79 
Van Tilburg, Dennis 82 
Vatty, Rosemary 87 
Vend, Jerome 87 
Verbic, Marilyn 87 
Verner, George 87 
Vernick, Cheryl 87 
Vesey, Kenneth 87 
Vocaturo, Maria 80 
Von Rekowski, Sigrid 87 
Vovko, Marie 87 
Votilo, Gerald 87 
Vrh, David 87 

Waltermire, Dale 87 
AValters, Tom 87 
^Vasenda, Marion 87 
AVatts, Steven 87 
Watts, Susan 87 
\\'ebb, Carol 87 
AVeber, Michael 87 
^Veeks, Madonna 81 
^Vehrlc. Ellen 87 
■\Velsh, Peter 77 
AVerley. Beverly 87 
\Vervey, Frances 87 
Whitaker. Geoffrey 87 
Whitely, Kathleen 87 
Whittaker, Joan 87 
^Vichert, John 87 



Wicks, Joseph 87 
Wilber, Donald 87 
Wilkes, Diane 85 
Wilkinson, Jackie 78 
Williams, Sandra 78 
Williams. Warren v87 
Willson, Susan 82 
Wilson, Jack 87 
Winder, Craig 87 
■\Virick, John 79 
Wittine, Laura 87 
^V'ohlegemuth, Nicole 81 
Wolanski, Mary 87 
Wolanski, Walter 87 
Wolf, Alan 87 
Wolf, Penny 87 
Wrenn, Jeanne 87 
Wright, Phillip 87 
Wright, Susan 87 

Yager, Sue Ann 87 
Yager, Veronica 87 
Yanchar, Leonard 87 
Yanni, Anthony 87 
Yanni, Josephine 87 
Yeray, Nancy 87 
Yoger, Diane 87 
Young, Denise 87 
Young, Doris 87 

Zadnik, Anton 87 
Zanghi, CatheriTie 87 
Zanyk, Gayle 80 
Zdanowicz, Sandra 87 
Zdara, Joanne 87 
Zielaskiewicz, Vickie 82 
Zifko, Martin 83 
Zimmerman, Carol 81 
Zurlo, Connie 79 
Zust, Linda 77 



JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR INDEX JUNIOR 



Abbott, Anne 33, 154 

Adams, Douglas 127 

Adams, Sheila 127 

Adams, William 127 

Agrast, Sanford 127 

Akraboff, Peter 127 

Albertone, Terese 127 

Albertsen, Kathy 127 

Alvcs, Gordon 127 

Amato, Paulette 127 

Andreson, Carol 127 

Anderson, David 127 

Angelo, Linda 133 

Antonacci, Eugene 127 

Apolski, Sharon 127 

Applequist, Barbara 127, 177, 186 

Armstrong, Robert 67,111,127 

Ashley, Ronald 127, 150, 176, 188 

Aspinwall, Michael 

Aufmuth, Susan 127 

Austin, Robert 127 

Avery, Loretta 127 



Bahr, Susan 71, 127, 154, 172, 

186 
Bailey, Dennis 127 
Bailey, Ronald 111, 127 
Baker, Jacquelyn 127 
Baldini, Carol 127, 154, 184 
Balsley, Mary 71, 127, 154, 170, 

186 
Bartholomew, Jeff 90, 115, 127, 

158 



Bassett, Harry 127 
Baur, Rodger 129 
Baxter, Donna 129, 180 
Beal, Barbara 128 
Bcdnar, Neil 128 
Beechuk, Jo 129, 154, 169, 184 
Beery, Margo 125, 127, 128, 157, 
158, 177, 178 



Bell, Diane 129,161,176 

Bell, Susan 127, 129, 166 

Bell, Thomas 182 

Bender, Judy 141,184 

Bennett, Donna 128 

Bernstein, Dick 128 

Beyer, Erene 71,129 

Biello, Joseph 64, 68, 129 

Biondi, Alan 128 

Birchak, John 70, 128 

Bishop, Karen 137 

Bizily, Dale 96, 129, 168, 172, 174 

Bizosky, Toip 96, 129 

Blak^ley, Donna 128, 182 

Blanc, William 128, 150 

Blassingame, Janet 129 

Blatnick, Richard 129, 172, 186 

Boag, William 128, 186 

Boczek, Gloria 129 

Boehmer, Charlotte 128, 154, 172 

Bokar, Janet 129, 154 

Bonar, Lawrence 128 

Borowski, John 128 

Bowen, Richard 90, 92, 128, 158, 

169, 174 
Boyce, Lud 128 



Boyton, Jon 72, 128 

Bradshaw, Cheryl 128 

Brady, Kevin 128 

Brain, Sally 128, 154, 172, 186 

Brancae, Marguerite 73, 128 

Brandich, Charlene 128 

Breen, John 128 

Brandt, Gretchen 128, 154, 177, 

178, 186 
Brendorfer, Lynn 128 
Brennan, Robert 108, 141 
Bricelj, Maryse 128 
Briggs, Janet 128 
Brock, Linda 143 
Bromley, Diane 128, 154 
Broos, William 128 

Brougher, Donald 128 

Brown, Betty 128 

Brown, Lauren 137, 154 

Brown, Richard 128 

Brown, Russell 128 

Brown, Thomas 128 

Byrant. Patricia 128 

Bubonics, David 128 

Buchar, Barbara 128, 154 

Buchwald, Sandra 128 

Budas, John 128 

Buehner, Kathelyn 128, 184, 188 

Burger, Beverly 73, 128, 176 

Burger, Terri 121,128 

Burgin, Asbury 96, 104, 128, 180 

Burlison, Bill 132 

Burroughs, Thomas 128, 157, 

158, 165 
Busch, Tom 128 



Calvert, Sandy 71, '29, 154, 170, 

186 
Campagna. Thomas 128 
Campana, Juliana 68, 129, 161 
Campbell, Charles 90, 128 
Capretti, Ernest 129 
Carlson, James 67 
Carlson, Jeff 135 
Carlson, John 128,188 
Carmany, Robert 65, 68, 129 
Carpenter, Jon 129 
Carr, Jack 96, 129, 174 
Carroll, Patricia 129 
Carroll, Robert 129 
Carter, Robin 139 
Cetaratti, Irene 129 
Cefaratti, JoAnn 129 
Cergol, Maxine 129, 154 
Cercek, Linda 129 
Cergol, Maxine 129 
Chakirelis, Harry 143 
Chylla, Patricia 71, 129, 184 
Clarke, David 72, 129 
Clarke, Therese 143 

Clink, Laverne 129 

Cohen, Lawrence 129 

Conrad, Wendy 71, 129, 154, 172, 

176, 186 
Consla, Josephine 71,129 
Code, Susan 129 
Cook, Joel R. 67, 129 
Corrigan, Kathleen 71, 121, 129 
Cozart, Carol 123 
Cox, Gregory 96, 157, 158, 165 
Cresson, Carolyn 172, 176, 186 



335 



L^e 



DeFranco, Peter 68 
DeMore, Claire 132 
Deviney, Margaret 182 
DeWitt, Joseph 104, 135 
Dagley, Catherine 136 
Daugherty, Diane 154 
Davis, Margaret 154, 161 
Davis, Nancy 140 
Debelak, Judith 177,186 
Deely, James 104 
Deister, Paula 71, 154 
Delsanter, Janet 154,184 
Dibartolomeo, Andy 138 
Dickinson, Leona 68 
Dilworth, Patrice 154 
Doley, Shanna 73 
Doyle, Margaret 154 
Draxler, Beverly 158 
Dreher, Ernest 135 
Duncan, Penny 182 



Eaglen, Lemuel 146, 172, 182 

Eeckhout, Jean 136 

Engeike, Glenn 96 

Eppich, Cynthia 65, 68, 154, 172, 

186 
Everett, George 140 
Ezzo, Pamela 143 



Faint, Harry 64, 65, 68, 90, 92, 

153 
Federico, Patricia 71, 127, 154, 

180, 186 

Fields, Martha 71, 170, 171, 172, 

186, 188 
Fike, Dorothy 64, 186 
Fleasgarten, Carolyn 133 
Flowers, James 72 
Focareto, Michael 133 
Foerste, David 133 
Fordyce, Linda 71, 133, 154, 158, 

186 
Fowler, Karen 123, 133, 150, 154, 

186 
Fox, Francine 71,133 
Fox, Herbert 133 
Foy, Sarah 139 
Francis, Gerald 133 
Frazee, Jack 133 
Friedel, Jeanne 133 
Fuller, Richard 132 

Gabalac, Pamela 133 

Gadus, Loretta 133 

Galco, Mary 133 

Gale, Gary 133,188 

Gallagher, Paul 140 

Gaster, Laddie 133 

Geddes, Howard 133 

Geiger, Mark 133 

Germ, Edward 141 

Germano, Anthony 133 

Gerzeny, Linda 72, 133, 154 

Gezann, Alan 133 

Geyer, Maureen 133 

Gilkerson, James 96, 133, 174 

Gislason, Cheryl 133 

Gislason, Sandra 133 

Glenn, Helen 133 

Goldlust, Keith 133, 150, 181 

Golobic, Rosemary 142 

Gooch, Anthony 133 

Gorsha, Arlene 132 

Goslee, Noel 64, 132, 166, 168, 

169, 172 
Gospodarich, June 127 
Goyanes, Leo 133 
Grapatin, Dale 133 
Gray, Evelyn 136, 184 
Grdolnik, Gayle 132 
Green, Robert 133 
Greitzer, Martin 132 
Griffin, Dennis 132 
Grill, Marlene 132 
Grinstead, Jim 96, 142, 174 



Grisard, Susan 132, 146, 154, 186 

Gron, Frank 138 

Grugel, Lome 132 

Gugliotta, Rita 132 

Gutka, Joane 132,154,158,186 

Hadarich, Madeline 132, 184. 186 

Haigh, Russell 132 

Hale, William 68, 140 

Hall, Dennis 96, 104, 132 

Hall, Laura 132 

Halus, Carol 176, 184 

Hamilton, Jack 96, 132 

Hamilton, Susan 132 

Haney, ^Valter 132 

Hanks, Nancy 132 

Harps, Ronald 132 

Harriman, Robert 127 

Harris, Diane 133,186 

Harris. Sandra 132 

Hart, Cynthia 71,132 

Hart, John 142 

Hartnett. Ann 132, 172 

Hasko, John 135 

Hasto, Margaret 140, 154. 161 

Hearn, Karen 178 

Hehr, Cheryl 133 

Helmink, James 132 

Hendy, Roy 132 

Hiebel. Stephanie 158 

Highland, Charles 132 

Hillegas, Jack 67,133 

Hiller, Phyllis 184 

Hitty, Joann 68,132 

Hlabse, Albert 132 

Hlabse, Joe 141 

Hobzek. Mark 72, 133 

Hoedt, Dianna 68. 133 

Hollar, ^Villiam 133 

Hoppert. Donald 90, 133 

Horvath, Loralie 64, 65, 132, 154 

Hotchkiss, Richard 67, 132, 146, 

180 
Houck, WilUam 108, 133, 176 
Howard, John 133, 172 
Howe. Sally 133.150 
Hrnyak, Daniel 132 
Hrovat. Lvnne 132.161 
Hudec, Donald 133,188 
Hudec, Roland 132, 174 
Hummon, Carolyn 133. 154, 186 
Humphries, Brian 67, 90 
Humphrey, Charles 133 
Hunt, James 133 



Ingram, Merry Anne 14, 72, 120, 

121, 134 
Inman, Bernadette 134 
Ipavec, Portia 134, 154 
Irwin, Gloria 134 
Iwanski, Carol 134 

Jaffray, Patricia 134 

Jambor, Karen 134, 150 

Janitz, Carol 64, 134 

Jedlicka, Woodrow 134 

Jennrich, Gary. 141 

Jerjev, Jeanne 154 

Jerkic, Sonja 68, 125, 132, 168, 

172 
Jernejcic, Frank 104, 134, 174 
Johns, Allen 135 
Jones, Tim 134 
Jerjev, Joanne 134 

Kalinowski, Marv 135, 154, 177 
Kapsch, Jack 143 
Kaston, Nancy 154, 166, 172, 184 
Kasunic. Donna 135, 154 
Katarnik, Nancy 68, 135 
Kauffman, Allene 135 
Kennedy, Kirk 132 
Kerestes, Charlotte 123. 135, 177 
Kermavner, Robert 134 
King, Barbara 135, 184 
Kinn, Eileen 129 
Kintz, Sharon 135 



Kirchwehm, Harry 111,134 
Kish, Georgeann 135 
Klemencic, Philanne 135, 154 
Klevay, Carol 135, 150 
Kneale, James 108, 134, 176, 188 
Kneiss, Jacqulyn 142 
Kochevar, Fred 143 
Koenig, Jeanette 141, 154, 158, 

161 
Koeth, Gilbert 134 
Kokely, Shirley 135 
Komar. Marion 134 
Konte, Erika 135 
Koren, Steve 143 
Kosman, James 125, 135 
Kovach, John 115, 135 
Kovach, Robert 90, 135, 174, 186 



Kovacs, Catherine 137 
Kovacs, Elayne 134, 161 
Kovic, Judith 134 
Kozak, Joan 135 

Kraft, Robert 57, 135 

Kramer, Barbara 134, 172, 186 

Kramer, Joseph 127, 154 

Krainer, Judith 128, 154 

Kranz, Victor 135 

Krapenc, Janet 134,158,177,184 

Kreit, Theodore 96, 135 

Kren, James 135 

Kristoff, Carol 141 

Kristy, Kenneth 134 

Kromar, Ronald 135 

Krome, Geraldine 134, 146, 154, 

172 
Kuharik, Rosemary 134, 154 

Langlois, Gary 108, 127 
Lanning, Charles 88, 96, 115, 117, 

135 
Lapuh, Ronald 135 
Laukiavich, Marie 135, 154 
Lausche, Robert 135 
Lavo, Dianne 135 
Leber, Blair 
Leber, David 134 
Leber, Michael 104, 135, 158, 186 
Lee, Richard 135 
Lees, Charles 134 
Lege, Linda 136, 148, 154, 169, 

i86 
Leland. Robert 139 
Leppert, Charles 96,115.134 
Lerz, Mario 135 
Lesiak, Julia 64,136 
Leskovec, Judith 136,154 
Likovic, Gerald 134 
Lindic, Linda 133 
Lindquist, Nancy 136, 154, 169, 

170, 184 
Lipnicki. Steve 139 
Lipstreu, Roger 68, 135 
Liptak, Diane 136 
Locker, Joyce 136,184,188 
Loeding, Orville 67, 136 
Long, Linda 136,166 
Loope, Linda 71, 136, 150, 181, 

186 
Love, Kathy 136 
Lovejoy, Alvina 136 
Lowe, Virginia 136, 154 
Lukat, Diane 136, 154, 186 
Lunder, Jacqueline 71, 136, 154, 

158 
Lutz, Karen 136, 186 
Lybarger, Kathy 51, 136, 148, 
154, 177, 186 
Lyman, Don 136,182 

McCulloch, Donna 136 
McGarry, Judith 136 
McGraw, Mary 136,177 
McGregor, Lynn 136 
Mclntyre, Jackie 136, 154 
McKee. James 136 
McKinlev, Barbara 136 



Maaswinkel, Donald 115, 136, 

159 
Mack, Mary 136 
MacKave, Eugene 136 
Maeder, Brian 111, 136, 150 
Mahany, Priscilla 130, 186 
Maher, Chris 136 
Major, Wanda 136,154 
Makowski, Barbara 136 
Maloney, Tim 132 
Malz, Jack 136 
Mance, Robert 136 
Mandalla, Carol 142 
Mansperger, Clare 68, 90, 104, 

136 
Mantel, Jim 138 
March, William 68,136 
Maresh, Carolyn 71, 136, 148, 

154, 158, 168, 172, 186 
Markatos, Michael 136 
Markley, Theodore 136, 166 
Marmash. Rosemary 136, 154, 
184, 186 

Marn, Cheryl 136 
Marolt, Norman 136 

Martin, Catherine 136, 154, 186 

Marzi, Joan 136 

Mason, Gary 136 

Mason, Judith 137 

Mastro, Paul 136 

Mauser, Eileen 137 

Mausser, Annette 133,154 

Mazi, Frank 138 

Mazzei, Michael 96, 136 

Meall, Sondra 137 

Medved, Robert 136 

Menart, Joanne 139 

Mervar, Jerilynn 133 

Mihaly, Diana 122, 137, 158 

Mihaly, Donna 137 

Mijacek, Nancy 137, 176, 186 

Miklausich, Valerie 137 

Milan, Fletcher 136 

Milavec, Margaret 137, 154 

Milavec, Philip 136 

Miller, Geraldine 137, 184 

Miller, Jo Beverly 137 

Miller, Sandra 137, 154, 177 

Misick, Philip 136 

Mooney, Larry 136 

Morgenthaler, Carl 136 

Morton, Diana 139 

Mrowca, Jim 132 

Mulford, Carole 137 

Mulligan. Mary 136, 146 

Murphy, Roger 90, 115, 136, 148, 

159, 174 

Murphy, Thomas 90, 115, 136, 
148, 159, 174 

Myles, William 64, 68, 136 

Nason, Les 136 
Naujoks, Paul 136 
Naylor, Sandra 64, 137 
Neat, Elizabeth 71, 137, 154 
Needs, Thomas 136 
Neola, Peter 132 
Nesbett, David 136 
Nixon, Maureen 137 
Novak, Joyce 138,154 
Novotny, Shirley 138, 186 
Nurmi, Linda 138, 158, 186 

Oblak, Frank 136 

Oelsner, Roswitha 138, 148, 154, 

184, 186 
Offak, Emily 138, 154, 184 
Olah, Barbara 137 
Olah, ^ViIliam 73, 138 
Olesky, Thomas 104,137,169 
Omanski, Daniel 137 
Opdahl, Bruce 128 
Orazen, Michael 96, 104, 137, 174 
Orebaugh, Carelton 137, 168, 188 
Orr, James 137 
Ostrowski, Gary 128 
Owen, Laura 71, 138, 154 
Oznorvich, Steve 140 



Palechek, Robert 96, 115, 137, 

174 
Paiko, Joyce 138 
Palumbo, Rosetta 138 
Panstares, George 137 
Paolella, Michael 127, 137 
Paolucci, Gus 188 
Papesh, Don 140 
Papp, Judith 71, 127, 138, 154 
Pappas, Betsy 71, 138, 154 
Paradiso, Vikki 139 
Parker. Robert 90, 137, 174 
Perko, Thomas 137 
Peters, James 137, 174 
Peters, Joel 137 
Peterson, Eric 138, 186 
Petrolewicz, Sidney 138 
Petrou, John 138 
Picciano, Charles 138 
Pickett, Janice 138, 154, 182 
Pierce, Harry 96, 108, 138, 174 

Pike, Joyce 138, 153, 166 

Piper, Catherine 64, 65, 68, 138, 

148, 172 
Platzer, Susan 138 
Pleichner, Joseph 138 
Plescia, Patricia 138 
Plesec, Tom 134 
Plestis, PhiUip 104, 138 
Plesz, Mary 138 
Podobnikar, Donald 64, 68, 138 
Podwils, Donald 138 
Poese, Louise 72, 120, 121, 139, 

148, 177 
Polanc, John 90, 104, 138, 174 
Polls, Geraldine 139 
Pollack, Joseph 138 
Popiolek, Catherine 139, 177, 

178, 184 
Potochnik, Frank 138 
Potokar, Kenneth 90, 104, 138, 

188 
Poulin, Christine 143 
Powell, Wayne 90, 138 
Pratt, Gayle 139 
Preskar, Rick 138 
Price, John 96, 139 
Prokopovich, Marie 71, 139, 154, 

186 
Pugliese, John 139 
Puncoh, Gail 139 
Purtill, Kathleen 139 
Pufney, Albert 140 

Quigley, Paul 'l39 

Rabun, Alice 139, 182 
Racker, Richard 90, 174 
Radwanick, Mary Ann 139, 154 
Rankar, Richard 139 
Rakas, Nancy 139, 169. 186 
Ramona, Joseph 68, 139 
Randolph, Rollin 139 
Randt, John 108, 139, 174, 176 
Rath, John 138 
Raymond, Bonnie 139 
Reba, Lorene 139 
Rechner, James 139 
Rechner, Steven 96,139 
Redmond, Suzanne 139, 154 
Reed, Douglas 96,111,139 
Rees, Linda 139, 154, 186 
Reichenbach, Harold 96, 99, 115, 

116, 117, 139 
Reider, Joh n 1 1 1 , 1 39, 1 86, 1 88 
Reider, Margaret 139 
Reider, Scottie 71 
Renko, James 139 
Renner, James 139 
Repasy, William 138 
Reynolds, Donald 138 
Ricksecker, Ruth 139, 154 
Ritter, Lucy 138, 154 
Robinson, David 138 
Rogell, Ronald 138 
Roma. Martelle 123, 139, 184 
Ronke, Robert 138 



Rose, Henry 73 
Rosenblatt, Paula 139 
Rositano, Lloyd 104, 139 
Roskoph, Sharon 139 
Rossidivita, Judith 139 
Rothrock, George 139 
Routzshn, Marsha 133 
Rowles, Elizabeth 138 
Ruple, Thomas 139 
Rupert, Dennis 135 
Ruscin, Joseph 138 
Russ, Albert 139 
Russ, Thomas 73, 138 
Ryan, James 140 
Reba, Lorene 127 
Ryder, Scottie 139, 154 



Sabath, John 140 
Sajna, Elaine 135, 154 
Santorelli, Marilyn 138 
Sawyer, Thomas 140 
Sceranka, Elaine 123, 138, 158, 

177 
Schade, Sue 139, 186, 188 
Scheufler, J. 141 
Scheve, Linda 140, 154, 158, 172, 

186 
Scheid, Linn 139 
Schenck, Barton 68, 140 
Schieb, Hermine 140 
Schmcnk, -William 90, 140, 174, 

188 
Schneider, Edward 139 
Schuler, Robert 140 
Schultz, Janet 140 
Schultz, Jeanette 140 
Scolaro, Urban 96. 104, 140 
Seaman, Richard 140 
Sears, Patricia 140, 161 
Sebock, Joseph 141 
Sedcrholm. William 141, 174 
Sedusky, Carol 140, 154, 186 
Semenik, John 140 
Shambaugh, Patricia 140 
Sharp, Donald 140 
Sharp, Jeff 140 
Shaw, James 141 
Shepard. Barbara 140 
Shirk, Kimball 141 
Sikora, Marie 71, 140 
Simmer, Joseph 136 
Simmons, Samuel 136 
Simon, Dorothy 140 
Simpson. Laura 140. 148, 166. 

168. 169, 172, 186. 188 
Slater, Karlene 141 
Slauta, Janet 141 
Sluga, Allen 141 
Smith, James 141 
Smith, Glenn 127 
Smith, Pauline 141, 158, 184 
Smolic, John 141 
Snow, Vicki 141, 184 
Snyder, Anthony 96, 141 
Sobe, Donald 132 
Soeder, Cheryl 141 
Sokol. Elaine 141, 154 
Somich, Carolyn 141, 154 
Somrak, James 141 
Somrak. Linda 141 
Sotka, Donald 141 
Southworth, William 127 
Spalek, Eileen 141,154,169 
Spall, Betty 140, 166 
Spokas, Daniel 141 
Springer, Annastachia 141 
Springer, Marvin 140 
Springer, Terry 140 
Stanek, Joyce 141,184 
Stanton, Gary 141 
Statz, Carl 140 
Stauffer, Randall 51,73,90,140, 

174 
Stefanchik, Marlene 141 
Stefanko, Sylvia 141, 150, 154, 

159, 186 



Steinhoff, Penny 135 
Sternan, Roberta 141 
Stillinger, Jeanette 71, 140, 180 
Stinson, John 90, 92, 140, 174 
Stock, Donna 141,177 
Stoiber, Thomas 140 
Stojetz, Sharon 141, 154 
Stoneback, Nancy 68, 140, 148 
Stone, Karen 140 
Strainick. Michael 140 
Strang. Barbara 141 
Strazier. Janet 140 
Strekal, -Walter 140 
Strong. Allan 140 
Stross, Suzanne 134, 154, 186 
Struna, Daniel 141 
Strunge. Linda 128 
Sulak. Stephen 140 
Summers. Raymond 134, 150 
Sumph. George 134 
Sumrada. Phillip 141 
Svekric. Beverly 141 
Svekric. Fred 140 
Sweeney, Katharine 129 
Sweeney. Sallv 140 
Swindall. Robert 140 
Swisher. Richard 1 1 1 . 1 40. 1 76 
Svmonds. AVilliam 96, 143 
Szabo. Robert 143 
Szaras, Richard 132 
SzilagT,i. John 143 

Tabor. Michael 143 
Tarantino, Sandra 141. 154, 177 
Taylor. Leslie 143, 172 
Taylor, Robert 70, 133 
Teitelbaum. Sandra 141 
Tekavec. James 143 
Temple. Robert 96, 143 
Templeton. Roderick 143 
Tercek. Barbara 141, 158, 186 
Terras, Peggy 

Terrizzi, Kathleen 129 

Tharp, Judith 72, 143, 148, 168, 

169, 172, 186 
Theodosian, Melanie 71, 143 
Thronberens. Jane 143 
Tipping, Mary 

Tumbry, Steve 134 
Torter, Robert 102, 104, 143, 
158, 188 

Tosti, Tetina 136 

Toth, Marguerite 143 

Toth, Marilyn 143 

Trauger. Barbara 71, 143, ,154 

170, 171 
Trennel, Elizabeth 
Trentel, Geraldine 
Trobenter, James 143 
Troka, Mike 133 
Tucker, Thomas 143, 172 
Tuckerman, Kathy 67, 143, 148, 

169, 186 
Turk, Cheryl 143, 154, 172 
Turk, Dorothy 143 
Turk. Pamela 143, 168 
Tutolo, Ray 135 
Tyjewski, Diane 143 
Tyjewski, Stan 134 

Ulepic, Joseph 143 
Urbancic, William 143 
Ursini, Joe 143 

Vaccariello, Paul 143, 188 
Vaccariello, Rosemary 143, 154, 

186 
Vagasky, Carolyn 
Vandetti. Patrick 143 
Van Scoder, Cora 132 
Vargo, Donald 73, 142 
Verhotz, Robert 142 
Vesey, Evelyn 142 
Viburs, John 142 
Vidensek, Barbara 71, 142, 154, 



Vidmar, James 90, 142, 174 
Vidusich, Paula 71, 127, 142, 186 
Vislockv, Linda 72, 142, 161 
Vitanza, Diane 142, 184 
Vonsick, Robert 142 
Vukcevic. Douglas 96, 104, 142, 

148 
Vukcevic, Janice 71, 142, 158, 

172, 174 

Wagner, Dolores 

Wagner, Myrtle 72, 142, 148 

Waldron, Patricia 142 

Wallace. Allen 90. 142 

^Valsh. Donna 142 

■Walters, Kenneth 96, 142, 174 

■Watson, Sharon 142 

Watson, Terry 127 

Watterman, Patricia 142, 154, 

188 
Webbe, Julia 138 
Weiss, Carl 142 
Westerfield. Gaye 142, 154 
Wheeler, Douglas 96, 142 
Whelan, Kenneth 
Wick, Virginia 142, 154, 186 
Wickes, Glenn 108, 142, 176 
Wilcox, Patricia 154, 161 
Wilcoxon, Barbara 143, 170, 177, 

186 
Wilke, Elsie 143, 186 
Will, Alice 71, 143, 154, 177, 186 
\Villiams, Nora 143 
Wilson, Sue 143, 172 
Wilson, Terry 72, 142 
Wiltshire. Donald 142, 172, 173 
Winet, Alison 143, 159, 176 
Winters, Michael 142 
Witzke. Marsha 71,143 
Wohlgemuth. Terry 96, 142 
Wood. Randolph 73, 142 
Worgull, James 143 
■Wotsch, Andrew 143 
Wright, John 67, 143 
Wyban, John 143 

Yabroff, Stanley 96, 143, 174 
Yanchar. Suzanne 143 
Yane. Kathleen 73 
Yapel, Peggy 143 
Y'atsko, Ronald 
Yednock, John 143 
York, Thomas 143 

Zatfiro, William 143 

Zeravica, William 127, 143, 158 

Zettl, Gustav 139 

Zigman. Joseph 143 

Zimmerman. James 148, 150 

Zimmerman, John 143 

Zola. Margo 71, 143, 148, 150, 

154, 177, 186 
Zorman, Janice 132 
Zupancic, Bernice 143 



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SENIOR INDEX SENIOR INDEX SENIOR INDEX SENIOR INDEX SENIOR INDEX SENIOR INDEX SENIOR 



JOYCE L. ADKiNS; F.T.A. 4: Girls Glee Club 
2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Linguist Club 3. 71, 154, 186, 194. 
RHODA LYNN AHEY; F.T.A. 3, 4; World 
Affairs 4: Majorette Club 3; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Euclid Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 

2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 4; 
Pep Club 3; Euclidian Rep. 4. 146, 155, 186, 194. 
RONALD K. ALEXANDER, Buggs: Student 
Council 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Wrestling 2; 
Track 3; Hall Guard 3; Foreman's Club 4. 194. 
DL\NE M. ALjANCIC, Diane: Cheerleader 2; 
Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3; Panther Mascot 4. 121, 194. 

JAMES JOHN ALJANCIC; Basketball 2. 194. 
HELEN CONSTANCE ALLAR, Connie; I.Q.S. 
4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
3; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 3. 61, 164, 
186, 194, 207. 

MARIE E. ALLCHIN; Junior Red Cross 2; 
G.A.A. 2: Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Hall Guard 2. 194. 

♦ROBERT MAICOMBE ALLOWAY; N.H.S. 
4; I.Q.S. 2, 3, 4; N,\.SS l, I; ,Swim Club 2, 3; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4: Sd. me Snninar 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal; Co-Ediloi , I; .Mom, C:lub 3,4; Survey 
Business Staff 2. :l, 1; l-iuuyo 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 4; Letterni.m I: Swiiiuning 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Capt. 4: Letternian 3, 1; Lcttcrman's Club 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 3. 90, 108, 148, 152. 166, 170, 172, 
174, 188, 194. 

HENRY W. ALTENWEG, Henry; Football 2; 
Cross Coimtry 3, 4; Letternian 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 

3, 4; Letternian 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letternian 

2, 3, 4;Letternian's Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Hall Guard 3. 90, 92, 93, 104, 174, 194. 
JAMES FRANK ALTKNECHT, Jinjbo: Bowl- 
ing 3. 194. 

LEONA N. AMATO, Lee: Student Council 2: 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3: Honor Study 

Hall 2; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 3. 194, 230. 

WILLIAM ANTHONY AMATO, Bill: Baseball 

3; Hall Guard 4. 194. 

ALLAN ANDERSON, Bulch. 194. 

*NED PAUL ANDER.SON; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 

4; Student Council 3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 

4; A.sst. Literary Editor 4; Key Club 2; Spectrum 

3, 4; Math Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 3; Chess 
Team 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Letterman 4; Golf 
3; Class Cabinet 4; Spirit's Club 4; Hall Guard 
3. 93, 149, 160, 162, 163, 172, 194, 241. 
LYNN CAROL ANDREWS; World Affairs 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
4; Friendship Club 4. 71, 194. 

MARY JANE ANDRULIS; Transferred to 
Euclid in Sr. Y'ear. 195. 

RICHARD V. ARCHBOLD, Archie. 195. 
DAVID LEE ARMSTRONG, Dave. 195. 
*CATHLEEN MARYLANE ARNOLD, Cathie; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; N.I.L. 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Historian 3; President 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; 
Majorette 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Fall Play Cast 2; Big Show 
Cast 2, 4; G.A..\.. 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 

2, 3, 4; Reporter 2; Copy Reader 3; Copy Editor 
4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Linguist Club 3, 4. 
123, 149, 168, 172, 186, 195, 220. 
*WILLIAM E. ATTAMANTE, Bill; N.H.S. 3, 
4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letternian 2, 

3, 4; Capt. 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Hall Guard 2, 4. 96, 97, 104, 174, 195. 
JOAN AUTEN; Ad Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2; I'alent Scouts E. H. S. 3. 195. 



KAREN yVVERY, Karen; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall 
Guard 2, 3. 4. 154, 195. 



GARY FRED BACNIK; World Affairs 4; 

Wrestling 2, 3. 195. 

LARRY R. BACNIK; F.T.A. 4; Sec. 4; Eucuyo 

4; Honor Study Hall 4; Senior Scandal; Play 

Night Cast 3. 166, 195. 

KAREN SUE BAHR; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 

2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 196. 

*NANCY BAILEY, Beetle: N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 

3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; World Affairs 2; Student 
Council 4; Majorette Club 3; Girl's Glee Club 
2, 3; Choral Masters 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Business Mgr. 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4; 
Class Treasurer 4; Hall Guard 2; Spirit's Club 
4; Senior Assembly; Prom Committee 4. 160, 
171, 173, 177, 196. 

DAVID WALTER BAIRD, Farmer; Transferred 
to Euclid in Sr. Year. 196. 

ED-^VARD ALAN BAJEC, Eddie: Swimming 2. 
196. 

RONALD CHARLES BALL, Ron: Foreman's 
Club. 4. 188, 196. 

CAROL A. BALOGH, Carol: Junior Red Cross 
2; G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3. 196. 
*KATHERINE ELLEN BALSLEY, Kate: 
N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
World Affairs 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Euclid Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Swvey 
Business Staff 4; Asst. Ads Mgr. 4; Eucuyo 2, 3, 
4; Circ. Mgr. 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Senior 
Scatidal; Spectrum 3, 4: Linguist Club 3, 4; Pep 
Club 3. 146, 148, 166, 170, 186, 196. 
*MICHAEL J. BATHORY, Mike: N.H.S. 3, 4; 
N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; Conmiittees 2. 3, 4; Key Club 2; 
Survey Business Staff 2; Treasurer 2; Rep. 2; 
Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; President 4; Buckeye Boy's 
State Rep. 3; Science Seminar 2. 90. 115, 117, 
149, 157, 158, 160, 174, 196. 

IILLENE JOYCE BATES, Jill; World Affairs 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Ciub 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 
2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Hall Guard 2, 3. 155, 196. 
DENISE BATT; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. 
Year. 196. 
JANICE CAROL BAUM, Jan; Movie Club 3, 

4, 182, 196. 

■*CHARLES STEVEN BAYER, Chuck; N.H.S. 
4; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Echtorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 
Letterman 3. 90, 148, 169, 172, 174, 196, 259. 

JUDY ANN BECK; Transferred to Euclid in 

Jr. Year. 196. 

THOMAS A. BECKWITH, Goofy. 196. 

•NORMAN E. BEEKE, Norm: N.H.S. 3, 4; 

I.Q.S. 4; Camera Club 4; Euclidian Editorial 

Staff 4; Photographer 4; Key Club 3; Eucuyo 4; 

Spectrum 3, 4; Senior Scandal; Tennis 2, 3; 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 54, 149, 152, 162, 163, 

166, 172, 182, 197, 224. 

RICHARD CHARLES BELJAN, Dick; Swim 

Club 2; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Letterman 

2, 3, 4. 108, 174, 197. 

CONCETTA TINA BELPUSI, Tina; G.A.A. 2, 

4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Ushering 4; Senior 

Assembly. 197. 

WILLIAM K. BENDING, Be7iz; Honor Study 

Hall 4; Foreman's Club 4; Vice President 4 

188, 197. 



JANICE LYNN BENLEIN, Janny Babes; N.F.L. 
4; Student Council 3, 4; Committees 3, 4; Big 
Show 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Panther Mascot 4; Senior Assembly; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 4. 121, 197, 257. 
MICHAEL BERNARD, Mike. 197. 
SUSAN N. BERRY, Sue; F.T.A. 3, 4; Ad Club 

2, 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Big Show Cast 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 3; Pep Club 3; 
Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Class Cabinet 3. 165, 186, 197. 
*HELGA INGRID BERTHOLD, Helga; N.H.S. 

3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Exec. Board 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Sr. Circ. Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Asst. Ads Mgr. 4; Friendship Club 3; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 
3; Senior Assemlily; Euclidian Rep. 2; World 
Affairs 2. 149, 163, 164, 170, 172, 186, 197. 
JAMES JOSEPH BERTOSA, Bart. 197. 
BARBARA ANN BESEDNIK, Barb: Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 4. 154, 197. 
ROBERT H. BETTS, Bob; N.F.L. 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4. 198. 

ALFRED ROBERT BEYER, Al: Honor Study 
Hall 3; Track 3, 4; Mgr. 3, 4; Letternian 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4. 198. 

JANE A. BEYERLE, Janie; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2. 160, 198. 
*JOHN C. BITTENCE; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
Student Council 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Fall Play 2, 
3, 4; Spring Play 3; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Cast 2; 
Concert Band 2, 3. 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Sumey Rep. 2; Eucuyo 3, 4; 
Senior Scandal: Literary Editor 4; Math Club 
4; Latin Club 4; Spectrum 3, 4. 55, 65, 68, 148, 
166, 172, 198, 252. 

MARGARET JOAN BIZZARRI, Peggy; I.Q.S. 
4; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Business Staff 4; Asst. Circ. Mgr. 4; 
Fall Play Cast 3; Production Staff 2; Big Show 
Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep 
Club 2; Senior Assembly; Prom Committee 4. 
71, 165, 172, 198, 207. 

ROBERT L. BIZZARRI, Buzz; Junior Red 
Cross 3; Key Club 3; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Football 2, 3; Baseball 2; Track 4; Class Cabinet 
4; Foreman's Club 4. 188, 198. 
KENNETH N. BLASSINGAME, Ken; N.F.L. 
4; F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 2; Stage Crew Club 
2; Cross Country 3; "Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Baseball 

2. 186, 198. 

JOANNE PAULETTE BOCSKEY, Jo; G.A.A. 
2; Friendship Ckib 4. 198. 

CONSTANCE L. BODNAR, Connie; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2; Senior Assembly. 198. 
•DIANA JUNE BOEHLKE, Diane; N.H.S. 3, 
4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 

3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; F.N.A. 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; President 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4; President 
4; Class Cabinet 2; Senior Assembly. 123, 149, 
177, 178, 184, 198. 

*BONITA ANN BOGATAY, B.B.; N.H.S. 3, 
4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Committees 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; J.V. Capt.; 
Co-Capt. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 
3, 4; Exec. Board 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Lettenvinncr 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Program Mgr. 4; Rep. 
2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Pep 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 73, 88, 120, 121, 
170, 171, 186, 199. 

*MARQUITA BOROS, Keta; N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 
3; Student Council 4; Eiiclid Choir 4; Spring 
Play Cast 2, 3; Big Show Cast 4; Swvey 3, 4; 
Business Staff 4; Rep. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespians 4; Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly; 
Senior Scandal. 61, 71, 148, 170, 199. 



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VICTORIA ELI.EN BOTZ, Ficki; G.A.A. 2; 

Friendship Club 2. 3. 199. 

BONNIE SUE BOWMAN, Bonnie; Honor Study 

Hall 3; Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4. 160, 199. 

JOSEPH THOMAS BOYLE, Joe; World Affairs 

3; Honor Study Hall 3; Movie Club 2. 200. 

JAMES RICHARD BRAZEE; Foreman's Club 

4. 188. 200. 

BILLY CONN BREEDEN, Rebel. 

MARILYN TRFASE BREITSCH; N.F.L. 3; 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class Cabinet 

4; Pep Club 3. 200. 

•RICHARD T. BRIGDEN, Dick; N.H.S. 3. 4; 

Student Council S, 4; Committees 3, 4; Treasurer 

3; President 4: Key Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 

Wrestling 2; Class Cabinet 2. 3; Hall Guard 2. 

148, 156, 157, 158, 188, 200, 234. 

GERRI MARIE BRINOVEC; G.A.A. 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; F.B.L.A. 3. 200. 

DENNIS JOSEPH BRINZA, Big Den; Football 
2, 3, 4; Letternian 4; Track 4; Letterman 4; 
Lctterman's Clulj 4; Hall Guard 3; Senior 
Assembly. 96, 174, 200. 

PAT J. BRUCH; Majorette Club 2, 3; Big 
Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 2: Friendship Club 2. 200. 
KENNETH JOSEPH BUBONICS, Ken. 200. 
MARGARET BUDAN, Marge; Friendship Club 
3; F.B.L.A. 4. 200. 

•DONN.'X BUDIC, Bubbles; N.H.S. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 
3; F.B.L.A. 4; Co-Op Student 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Jr. Year. 148, 160, 200. 
EARLE E. BULICEK: N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 4; Key 
Club 4; Concert Band 2, 3; Pit Band 2; Eucuyo 
4; Football 2; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 2, 3. 
150, 188, 201. 

LINDA BURK, Burkey; F.T.A. 4; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4; Committees 4: Majorette Club 

2, 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3: 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4: Big Show Cast 2. 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Lctterwinncr 4; Friendship Club 
4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; 
Class Guidance Council 3: Prom Committee 3, 
4; Senior Assembly; E Room Guard 4; Pep Club 

3. 154, 158, 165, 186, 201. 
GEORGE LELAND BURKE. 201. 
CLAUDIA D. BUTLER, Tweelie; Choir 3. 201. 



DAVID J. CABALA, Dave; Basketball 4; Hall 
Guard 2; Library Monitor 4. 115, 201. 
DIANE CAMINO, Di; N.F.L. 3, 4; Officer 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 150, 201. 
NANCIE FAITH CAMPBELL, Cams; World 
Affairs 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; F.N.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Concession Worker 

2, 3, 4; E Room Worker 4, 154, 184, 201. 
BOB WILSON CARPENTER, Nails. 201. 
WILLIAM C. CASTRO VINCI, Castro; Key 
Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Cross Country 

3, 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 3; Indoor Track 3, 
4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 174, 188, 201. 
*JAMES W. CESA, Jim; N.H.S. 4; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; Ad Staff 4; Choir 2; Cross 
Country 4; Movie Club 4; E Room Worker 3. 
90, 92, 148, 163, 164, 172, 174, 182, 201, 211. 
•RICHARD W. CHAUNCE, Rich; N.H.S. 4; 
N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; P.A. Technician 4; Key Club 3, 
4; Vice President 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 

4, 148, 174, 188, 201, 215. 

MAXINE ROSALIE CHIARELLO, Max; Survey 
Rep. 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 2; Senior 
Assembly; Prom Committee 4. 201. 
CAROL ANN CHINNICI, Chinnooch; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Hall Guard 4; Big Show 4; Prom 
Committee 4. 201. 

JEANETTE CHIOFOLO, Jay; G.A.A. 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Pep Club 4; Hall Guard 4; Drama 
Club 2. 201. 



KATHLEEN CHOLEWICKI, Kathy; F.T.A. 2, 
3; Euclidian Rep. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Big Show Cast 4; Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Scandal Typist. 201. 



•MARDY L. CHURCH; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 
4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Girl's Glee 
Club 2, 3; Choral Masters 4; Big Show Cast 2, 
3, 4; G.A..^. 2, 3; Letterwinner 3; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 2, 3, 4; Asst. Business Mgr. 4; Rep 2, 
3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Class Secretary 2; 
Spirit's Club 3, 4; Buckeye Girl's State Rep. 3; 
Hall Guard 4. 73. 120, 121, 149, 160, 170, 172, 
199, 203, 228. 



PHILIP CICCO, Phil 203. 

SHARRON ANN CLARK, Sharry; Friendship 

Club 2, 3. 203. 

TERRY MARTIN CLARK, Terry. 203. 

•CAROL CLINE; N.H.S. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; 

Euclid Choir 3, 4: G..A.A. 2, 4; Survey 3; Rep. 

4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Cabinet 2, 4; Honor 

Study Hall 4; Class Cabinet 4. 71, 148, 154, 155, 

203. 

•LORRAINE ELLEN CLOTTS; N.H.S. 4; 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Junior Red 

Cross 3, 4; Pres. 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; GA.A. 2; 

Friendship Club 3, 4. 148, 154, 184, 186, 203. 

JUDY ELIZABETH COLAN, Judy; G.A.A. 2, 

3; Friendship Club 2. 203. 

FRANCIS ALBERT COLLINS, Fran; Bowling 

3; Hall Guard 2. 203. 

WAYNE COLONNA; Foreman's Club 3. 203. 

RITA COLT, Mouse; F.T.A. 4; Big Show Cast 

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

4; Honor Study Hall 4. 203. 

JULIE ELLEN COOK; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 

'3, 4; \Vorld Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 

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

146, 150, 154, 186, 203. 



\VILLIAM COOPER. Bill; Orchestra 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4. 04, 65, 68, 203, 245. 
ROBERT COPPERSTEIN, Bob; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 3. 203. 

P.'\TRICIA ANN COREA, Patti; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 3; Committees 2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Bookstore Worker 
3; Prom C:ommittce 4. 203. 

BEVERLY CORRIGAN, Penny; Majorette Club 
2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3. 203. 
PATRICIA MARIE CORRIGAN; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Student Council 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 4; P.A. Announcer 3; Spring Play 
Cast 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Girl's 
Leaders Club 4; Historian 4; Hall Guard 3. 
123, 177, 203. 



CHARLES H. COUP, Chuck; Foreman's Club 
.3, 4. 188, 203 

DENNIS R. COY, Dentiy; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3. 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; Hall Guard 3. 104, 160, 203. 
JAMES A. CRAHEN, Jim: Big Show 3; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Pit Band 
2, 3. 203. 

SUSAN CRANE, Sue; F.N.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep 
Club 3. 203. 

LOMAN B. CRAWFORD. 204. 
•LYNN CROBAUGH; N.H.S. 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 4; Committees I; Swim Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Class Treasurer 
2; Class Cabinet 3, i: Hall Guard 3; Home- 
coming Attendant 2, 4. II, 148, 158, 204, 218. 
HELEN MARIE CUMMINGS: G.A.A. 2, 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep 
Club 3. 204. 



•KATHLEEN MAE CWIK. Kathy; N.H.S. 4; 
N.F.L. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; 
Student Council 2, 3;. Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Staff Editor 4; Big 
Show Cast 4; Production Staff 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 
2: Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 
Capt. 4; Senior Assembly; Spectrum 4; Cafe. 
Guard 2. 146, 148, 150, 162, 163, 166, 172, 186, 
204. 



KATHLEEN ANNE D ANNA, Dee; Student 

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

Pep Club 3. 204. 

DON JOSEPH D'ONOFRIO; Transferred to 

Euclid in Jr. Year. 204. 

GARY PAUL DACKOR, Dae; N.F.L. 4; Honor 

Study Hall 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 

Golf 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 

3, 4; Hall Guard 2. 96, 204. 

SANDR.A JEAN DADLOW, Sandy; Girl's Glee 

Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 

4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 72, 154, 165, 204. 

^VILLIAM BRUCE DAGUE, Willie Dawg; Key 

Club 3, 4. 188, 204. 

K,\THLEEN DAILEY, Kathy; Friendship Club 

2, 4. 155, 204. 

DANA LYNN DARDIS; G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 

3. 204. 

LINA DAUGHERTY, Lynn; G.A.A, 2; Friend- 
ship Club 3. 204. 

•HOWARD DAVID, Humpty; N.H.S. 4; 
N.A.S.S. 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 
2, 3; Pit Band 2, 3; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Swimming 2, 3; Letterman 
2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Math Club 
4; Movie Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 60, 148, 166, 
169, 174, 188, 204. 

•PAUL DAVIDSON; N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; Eucuyo 4; Cross Country 4; Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Science 
Seminar 2, 3. 115, 148, 174, 205. 
OLIVER WAYNE DEMARCO, Ollie; Coral, 
Masters 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4. 72, 96, 174, 205, 243, 246. 
•MARIUM LOUISE DEMOTTE, Mary Lou; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
Exec. Board 4; Committees 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Fall Play Production 
Staff 2, 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Sumey Rep. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 
2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Spirit's 
Club 4; Senior Assembly; Spectrum 3, 4. 73, 
149, 150, 154, 157, 158, 160, 172, 186, 205. 
JOHN MIKE DEROSA, Johnny; Survey Rep. 
4; Wrestling 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 4; 
Letterman 4; Hall Guard 3. 205. 
JOANN DEAN, Jo; Friendship Club 3; Hall 
Guard 3, 4. 206. 

EDWARD MICHAEL DEBEVEC; Transferred 
to Euclid in Jr. Year. 206. 

HELEN FRANCES DENGEL; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Hall Guard 3. 206. 

LYNETTE DEY, Linny; World Affairs 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 4; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 3, 4. 

•RALPH DIECKMANN; N.H.S. 4; Student 
Council 4; Key Club 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 4; Pit Band 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2, 4; Football 2, 3; Cross Country 4; Track 
2, 3, 4. 54, 68, 90, 148, 158, 166, 188, 206, 208, 
215. 

FRANK EDWARD DIULUS, Franny; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; 
Letterman's Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 96, 206, 260. 
MARILYN DODDS; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall 
Guard 3. 206. 
DOUGLAS DOLINAR; Foreman's Club 3. 206. 



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FRANK ANTHONY DOLJACK, Frank: Key 

Club 2; Bowling 4. 206. 

PAUL JOHN DOLLER, Danny. 206 

MARY KAY ANN DOMITOR, Katy; G.A.A. 2; 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Hall Guard 2. 206. 

JAMES DONALD.SON, Jimbo: Honor Study 

Hall 4: Bowling 4. 206. 

MARILYN JEAN DORN; Friendship Club 2 

206. 

ROBERT J. DRCAR, Bob; Honor Study Hall 
3. 206. 

•RALPH OTTO DUNKER, Rod; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
Vice President 4; N.A,S,S. 4; Student Council 3, 
4; Exec. Board 3, 4; .Committees 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4: Basketball 2; Swimming 2, 3; 
Letterman's Club 4; Tennis 2. 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Spirits Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 3. 1^8, 
157, 160, 206, 217, 235. 

RUTH DUNN, Damaris; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; \Vorld 
Affairs 3; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Trcas. 3; 
Sui-i'ey Rep. 2; Hall Guard 3. 184, 186, 207. 



♦WARD LYMAN EBERT, Ward; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
LQ.S.'S, 4; Student Council 2; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3, 4; Rep. 2; Class Cabinet 4; Chess Team 

2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; 
149, 152, 168, 172, 174, 207. 

SAM STUART EDGE, Muscles; N.F.L. 4: Or- 
chestra 2; Movie Club 3, 4; Tranferred to Eu- 
clid in Jr. Year. 207. 

•JUDITH ANN EGGLESTON, Judy; N.H.S. 3, 
4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; 
Spectrum 4; Girl's Glee Club 2: Euclid Choir 
3;Eucilidian Editorial Staff 4; Senior Editor 4; 
Rep. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, d; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Linguist Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 3; 
Senior Assembly. 146, 149, 162, 172, 186, 207. 
♦CHARLES PAUL EHINGER, Chuck; N.H.S. 
4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football,2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Capt. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letter- 
man's Club 3, 4; Class President 4; Class Vice 
President 3; Spirit's Club 4. 88, 96, 97, 115, 148. 
174, 207. 
♦BARBARA ELIZABETH ELLIS, Barb: N.H.S. 

3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; F.T.A. 4; World 
Affairs 4; P.A. Club Announcer 2, 3, 4; Tech- 
nician 2, 3; Pres. 4; F:B.L.A. 4. 146, 149, 150, 
181, 207. 

MICHAEL ALBERT ESTVANDER, Mike 
Football 2; Basketball 2; Bowling 4. 208. 



MARJORIE FALCONE, Margie; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
E Room Worker 2, 3, 4. 208. 
KENNETH FEE, Ken. 208. 

SUZANNE FELDMAN, Sue; F.N.A. 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 4; E Room Worker 3, 4; Pep Club 

3. 154, 208. 

DONNA LEE FELMLEY, Donna; Big Show 
Production Staff 3; Choir 3: G.A.A. 2, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2: E Room Worker 

4. 154, 208. 

♦RUDOLPH STANLEY FELZ, Rudy; N.H.S. 4; 
Fall Play Production Staff 2, 3; Orchestra 2; 
Big Show Production Staff 2; Concert Band 2, 
3; Marching Band 2. 3; Tennis 4; Letterman 4; 
Eucuyo 4. 148, 166, 208. 

♦MARC ALAN FENSTER; N.H.S. 4; Hall 
Guard 3; Chess Team 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3; Math 
Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 
60, 148, 174, 184, 208. 

RAYMOND M. FERRANTE; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; 
Vice President 3; President 4; P.A. Club An- 
'nouncer 2, 3; Fall Play Cast 2, 4; Spring Play 
Cast 3; Eucuyo 3, 4; Publicity Editor 4; Thesp- 
ians 3, 4; Pres. 4; Spirit's Club 4; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 3; Class Cabinet 3; Play Night 2. 150, 

165, 166, 202, 208. 

KAREN RUTH FETTER, Karen; Swim Club 
3, 4; Vice-President 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 4; Friendship Club 
3, 4; Senior Scandal: E Room Worker 2, 4. 154, 

166, 176,. 177, 184, 208. 



BERNICE FIFOLT, Bea; Friendship Club 2. 

208. 

JANICE FIFOLT, Jan. 209. 

MICHAEL O. FIKE, Mike: World Affairs Club 
4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 209. 
LINDA CAROLE FINLEY; Big Show Cast 3; 
Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4. 209. 
ROBERT SAMUEL FIORITTO, Stoney; Hall 
Guard 4; Indoor Track 2. 209. 

PAULA FISCHIETTO, Shorty: F.N.A. 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 4. 184, 209. 

JAMES G. FITZGERALD, Fitz: Honor Study 
Hall 2, 3, 4; Foreman's Club 4. 209. 
MARTIN D. FITZSIMMONS, Marty; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Tr. Year: Co-op Student. 
209. 

FRED CHARLES FLECK, Fred Flickstone; Fall 
Play Cast 3; Choir 2, 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2. 73, 209. 
JEANETTE ELIZABETH FLESHIN, Jef: Girls 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4: Fall Play Pro- 
duction Staff 2, 3; Big Show Cast 3; Production 
Staff 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Eucuyo 2; Friendship Club 

2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; E Room "Worker 2, 3, 4; 
E Room Mgr. 4. 71, 154, 209. 

♦SHARON ANN FLOOD, Puddles; N.H.S. 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4; 
Sec. 4; Student Council Committees 3, 4; Swim 
Club "; P.A. Club 3. 4; Technician 3. 4; G.A.A. 
2; Eucuyo 3. 4; Friendship Club 3; Senior 
Scandal; Co-Editor 4; Spanish Club 4; Panther 
Mascot 4. 146, 148, 166, 180, 186, 209. 
JIM FLOWERS, Rnscs. 209, 263. 
JAMES ARTHUR FORSTER, Jim; \Vorld 
Affairs Club 3; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. 
Year. 146. 209. 

LARRY EUGENE FOWLER. 209. 
JACQUELINE CLOVER FOX, Foxie; G.A.A.2. 
209. 

RICHARD L. T. FOX. 210. 
LINDA BETH FOY; F.T.A. 2; F.N.A. 3; Fall 
Play 3, 4; Cast 3, 4; Production Staff 3; Big 
Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Hall 
Guard 4; E Room W^orker 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 
4. 72, 182, 210. 

JAMES EDWARD FRAZIER, Frizby; N.F.L. 4; 
Swimming 3. 150, 210. 

LINDA ELAINE FRECH, Lynn; F.N.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2. 3. 210. 

♦PENNY CAROL FREED, pf: N.H.S. 3, 4; 
I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 3; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Editor-in-chief 4; Fall Play 3; 
Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Sui-uey Rep. 2, 3; 
Pep Club 3; Spirit's Club 4; Treasurer 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3; Spring Sports Attendant 3; Library 
Monitor 2. 120, 121, 149, 160, 162, 172, 173, 210. 
CHARLOTTE SUSAN FRIED, Char. 210. 
♦ELIZABETH FROMER, Betsy; N.H.S. 4; 
N.F.L. 4; World Affairs 2, 3; Fall Play Produc- 
tion .Staff 4; Spring Play Production Staff 3; Big 
Show Cast 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4: Play Night Student 
Director 3; Spectrum 3, 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. Year. 73, 148, 
149, 150, 166, 210. 

JAMES IRVIN FROOM, Jim: Ad Club 4; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Survey Rep. 4; Euclidian 
Rep. 3; Senior Scandal. 2\d. 
♦CARL THOMAS FRYE, Tom: N.H.S. 3, 4; 
World Affairs 3: Honor Study Hall 2. 149, 210. 
WILLIAM JOSEPH FUCHS, Bill; N.A.S.S. 2, 

3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Capt. 4; Swimming 2: Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 4; Class 
Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 2, 3 4; Capt. 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 4, 96, 174, 210, 242. 

NANCY LOUISE FURNISS; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 3; Euclidian Rep. 2, 4; 
Euclidian Business Staff 4; Junior Red Cross 2, 
3, 4; Sec. 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Class Cabinet 
3. 72, 163, 164, 172, 184, 211. 



GREGG MICHAEL FURTH, Crip; Stage Crew 
3. 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Thespians 4; Movie 
Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 161, 165, 211. 

ROSEMARIE ANNE GARGIULO, Rag; World 
Affairs 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; F.N.A. 3, 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 
4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 68, 146, 184, 
211, 251. 



DARLENE GAIL GARLAND, Dar; G.A.A. 3. 

211. 

DAVID HENRY GARTEN, Kindi; Spectrum 

3, 4. 172, 211. 

ROBERT WILLIAM GASPER, Bob; Key Club 

2, 3. 4; Treasurer 3; Cross Country 3; Letterman 
3; Track 3; Swimming 2; Letterman's Club 3, 

4. 174, 188, 211. 

JANICE KAY GATHERCOLE, Shortie; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 

3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 
4; Friendship Club 3. 64, 68, 73, 211. 
•WILLIAM ROBERT GAUCH, Bill; N.H.S. 4: 
I.Q.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Student Council 2: 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Euclid 
Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Fall Play Cast 2, 
4; Production Staff 2, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Production Staff 2, 3, 4; Sumey Business Staff 
4; Su>-vey Rep.: Thespians 4: Swimming 2; 
Senior Assembly; Pep Club 3: Honor Study Hall 
2; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3. 72, 148, 150, 170, 172, 
173, 176, 211. 

MARCIA GENE GAYLON. Marcy: Girl's Glee 

Club 2: Choral Masters 3. 4; Talent Scouts 

E.H.S. 3, 4. 62, 73, 212. 

GARY CARL GENZEN, Gar: F.T.A. 4; Choir 

2; Choral Masters 3, 4. 72, 212. 

WAYNE A. GERL; Stage Crew Club 4; Honor 

Study Hall 2: Hall Guard 3. 212. 

SYLVIA RUTH GEYER, Syl; N.F.L. 4; P.A. 

Announcer 3, 4: Euclid Choir 4. 71, 212. 

DONALD JAMES GILT.ESPIE, Gillis; Football 

2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 

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

104, 105. 212. 

GLORI.\ LEE GILMORE: Co-Op Student 4. 

212. 

♦RONALD EDWARD GLASER, Ron; N.H.S. 

3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 3. 4: Pit Band 2, 3: ^Vrestling 
2, 3, 4: Letterman 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Letter- 
man's Club 2, 3, 4. 68, 104, 212. 

DONNA MARIE GLATZ, Flip: Friendship Club 
2, 3; Ushering 2: Hall Guard 2: Senior As- 
sembly; Prom Committee 4. 212. 
JOANNE MARIE GLOBOKAR, Jo; Friendship 
Club 3; Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly. 212. 
SHERILYN ANN GOODYEAR, Sheri; N.F.L. 
4; F.T-.-V. 3, 4; Student Council Committees 4; 
Ad Club 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclidian Ad 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ushering 3: Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 

4. 165, 186, 212. 

SANDRA LEE GORDON, Herkimer; F.T.A. 3, 
4; World Affairs 4; Historian 4: Student Coun- 
cil Committees 4; Swim Cliib 2, 3; Girl's Glee 
Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ushering 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Senior As- 
sembly; Senior Scandal Typist 4. 146, 166, 186, 
213. 

JOANN GORNICK, Blondie; Majorette Club 
2; Fall Play Cast 2; Big Show Cast 2; Thespians 
2; F.B.L.A. 4. 213. 

♦KEN LEON GORTZ; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class President 
2; Class Cabinet 4. 96, 148, 149, 172, 174, 213. 
VIRGINIA BETH GOSS, Ginger: World Affairs 
4; F.N.A. 4; Choir 3. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship 
Club 2; Hall Guard 2. 71, 146, 150, 184, 213. 
LEO JAMES GRAJZAR, Lee: Stage Crew Club 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 4; 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 213. 



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DONNA MAE GRAND, Don; G.A.A. 2; Friend- 
ship Club 3. 2!3. 

WILLIAM L. GRANT, Bill; Honor Study Hall 
4; Wrestling 2, 3. 4; Lctterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Foreman's Club 4. 188, 213. 
GERALD GRANVILLE, Jerry; Concert Band 2; 
Marching Band 2. 213. 
MARJORIE ANN GREEN, Greenie; G.A.A. 2, 

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

4. 213. 

KATHY LOU GREENWAY, Willy; ^V'orld 
Affairs 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2; Senior 
Assembly. 146, 213. 

LINDA LEE GRIBBONS, Grubbs; F.T.A. 2, 
3; Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 

3, 4; Sunjey Rep 2, 3: Friendship Club 2, Honor 
Study Hall 2; Spirit's Club 3, 4; Senior As- 
sembly. 72, 123, 214. 

ALAN RODGER GRONERT, Al: Honor Study 
Hall 4; Cross Country 3; Basketball 2. 214. 
PAULA BETH GROONIS, Grooni; G.A.A. 2, 
3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; 
Pep Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior Assembly; 
Prom Committee 4. 214. 
GERALD M. GROSS. Jerry. 214. 
*D.AVID CHARLES GULBENKIAN, Dave; 
N.H.S. 3. 4: I.Q.S. 4; N.A3.S. 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; 
Poetry Editor 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Tennis 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Chess Team 2, 3, 4; Capt. 
4; Spectrum 4; Science Seminar 2, 3. 149, 166, 
172, 174, 215. 

JUDITH ANN GULLO, Judy; Student Council 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3, 4; Senior 
Assembly; Prom Connnittee 4; F.B.L.A. 160, 
161, 215. 

LEE ROBERT GUNTON, Lee; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Basketball 2: Baseball 2; Hall Guard 

4. 215. 

D.WID (;E0RGE GYONGYOS, Dnvc; \Vorkl 
Affairs 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Track 3; Letterman 3; C:lass CabiiKt 4; Hall 
Guard 4. 90, 165, 174, 215. 



GARY DENNIS HAGER, Worm: Football 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall Guard 
2, 3, 4. 215. 

RUTH ANN HALDERMAN, Ruthie; N.F.L. 
4; Fall Play Production Staff 3; Concert Band 
2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3; Spectrum 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 3. 150, 154, 215. 
GLEN KENNETH HALL, Ken. 215. 
RONALD JAMES HALLER, Ron; N.F.L. 3; 
Euclid Choir 2; Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 
4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 
2; Track 3, 4; Letterman 4: Indoor Track 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall Guard 
Capt. 4. 90, 188, 215. 

NANCY LUCILLE HAMILTON, Hnin: Student 
Council 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior 
Assembly. 215, 230. 

THOMAS C. HAMILTON, Tom. 215. 
SANDRA LEE HANEY, Sandy: G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 4. 160, 216. 
BARBARA JEAN HARPER, Barb; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Head 
Majorette 4; Bookstore Worker 3; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; "Vice President 4; Sur- 
vey Rep. 2; Pep Club 3; Girl's Leaders Club 4; 
Hall Guard 2, 3; Senior Assembly; Euclidian 
Rep. 2: Homecoming Attendant 4. 14, 122, 123, 
177, 178, 186, 216. 

KAREN ANN HARRIS, Lcrs; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Senior Scandal 
Business Staff 4. 216. 



PATRICIA ELLEN HARRIS, Patty; Student 

Council 2, 4; Committees 2; Majorette Club 3; 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 

Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 154, 158, 165, 

216. 

CAROLINE FLORENCE HARRISON, Carolyn; 

G.A.A. 2, 3. 216. 



JOHN E. HARRISON, Harry. 216. 
•RICHARD J. H.ASHER, Hash: N.H.S. 3, 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; P. A. Technician 2, 3; Euclidian Editori- 
al Staff 4: Literary Editor 4; Key Club 2: Fall 
Play Production Staff 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4: Eucuyo 
2; Football 2; Tennis 2; Spectrum 3. 4; Science 
Seminar 2, 4. 68, 149, 162, 163, 172, 207, 216, 
223. 

GARY PHILIP HASSELBACH, Gar. 216 
FRANK J. H.ATCH, Frank: Key Club 3, 4. 188, 
216. 

RALPH E. HAUBERT. 216. 
BERNICE MARY H.AVA: N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; 
Mounting Editor 4; G.A.A. 2. 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3, 4. 150, 154, 162. 172, 186, 
216. 

ROBERT MACKIN HA\VORTH, Carrot-tot?: 
World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 146, 216. 
CHARLES \VILLIAM H.\YES. Cliuck: Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Football 

2, 3; Cross Country 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Lctterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall 
Guard Capt. 4. 90, 174, 188, 216. 

SUE ELLEN HEASLEY, Heasley: Student Coun- 
cil 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; Majorette 3; Fall Play 
Production Staff 2; Big Show Cast 3: G.A.A. 2, 

3, 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Rep. 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior As- 
sembly. 170, 216, 230. 

SUSAN YVONNE HEINTZ, Susie; Majorette 
Club 3; G.A.A. 2. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4: Class Secretary 3; Class 
Cabinet 3. 154, 216, 230. 
FAYE HELLMAN. 216. 

BARBARA RUTH HELMICK, Bonnie: Junior 
Red Cross 2: G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 3. 217. 
BILL HENIKMAN, Tallman. 217. 
WILLIAM F. HERBST, Bill. 217. 
DORIS HILLER; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 
3: Junior Red Cross 3, 4. 184, 186, 217. 
ROBERT KENNETH HODDER, Bob: P.A. 
Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Baseball 2; 
Spectrum 4. 172, 217. 

THOMAS ANTHONY HOINSKI, Tov>: Bowl- 
ing 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. Year. 217. 
KENNETH J. HOLA, Ken: Honor Study Hall 

4, 219. 

RICHARD WILLIAM HOLCOMB. 219. 

CAROLE HORN, Carole; G.A.A. 2; Friendship 

Club 2, 3. 219. 

RICHARD G. HORROCKS, Rich; Swim Club 

3, 4; P.A. Technician 2; Key Club 2; Hall Guard 

3; Swim .Show 3, 4. 176, 219. 

TODD C. HORTON, Mort: Transferred to 

Euclid in Sr. Year. 219. 

JOE PAUL HORVATH. 219. 

*DAVID VICTOR HOUSE, Dave: N.H.S. 4; 

I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; Key Club 3; 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Editor 4; Hall Guard 3; Tennis 2, 

3; Spectrum 4. 147, 148, 166, 172, 219. 

JAMES GERALD HOVAN, Jim; N.F.L. 4; 

Eucuyo 4; Track 3; Hall Guard 4. 150, 166, 219. 

JANET MARY HOYKAR, Jan: G.A.A. 3; 

Friendship Club 2. 219. 

BRUCE MALCOLM HUDEC, Bruce; Wrestling 

2, 3; Track 2; Hall Guard 4. 219. 
TOM W. HUDSON, Hud's. 219. 
RICHARD E. HUGHES, Rich; Swim Club 2, 

3, 4; Treasurer 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Sivim Show Student Director 4; Swim Show 
2, 3, 4. 108, 176, 177, 219. 



•RUSSELL THOMAS HURLBURT, Russ; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Ser- 
geant 4: Pit Band 2, %;A; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; News Editor 4; Rep. 2. 67, 68, 168, 172, 
173, 219. 

KAREN HUTCHISSON, Hutch; I.Q.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Choral Masters 4; F.N.A. 3; Book- 
store 'Worker 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4: Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 
3; E Room Worker 2, 3; Mgr. 3. 73, 159, 170, 
172, 219. 



PAT ROBERT lAFIGLIOLA, lafi. 219. 
RONALD FRANK n'EC, Ron: Honor Study 
Hall 2; Hall Guard 3. 220. 



TONY FRANK JAMNIK; Honor Study Hall 3. 

220. 

•DONN.A MARIE JANIS, Donna: N.H.S. 4; 

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

2: F.B.L.A. 3. 148, 220. 

EDWARD JARC, Ed; Swim Club 2; Honor 

Study Hall 3; Foreman's Club 3. 220. 

THOMAS EDWIN JARVIS, Tom: Key Club 4; 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Student Council 4. 188, 

220. 

CONSTANCE JOYCE JOHNSON, Connie; 

\Vorld Affairs 4; G.A..A.. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 

2. 4. 146, 220. 

PHILIP R.^YMOND JOHNSON, Phil. 

•PHYLLIS RAE JOHNSON, Phyl; N.H.S. 4; 

F.T.A. 3, 4: \Vorld Affairs 4; Student Council 

3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Cashier 4; G.A.A. 

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

Hall Guard 3; Senior Scandal; Spectrum 4. 

148, 164, 172, 220, 238. 

GERRAN JONES, Lee; Student Council 2, 3; 

Camera Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; 

Hall Guard 2. 3; Auto Mechanics Club 2. 220. 

ROBERT WILLIAM JONES, Bob; N.F.L. 2; 

Orchestra 2, 3; Fall Play Cast 3; Concert Band 

2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3. 68, 220. 

SHARON E. JONES; F.T.A. 3; World Affairs 

4: Girl's Glee Club 2; Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; E Room 

\\'orkcr. 71, 146, 150, 220. 

CHRISTINE DIANE JONKE, Chris; G.A.A. 2, 

3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 221. 



DONALD A. KADUNC, Don; F.T.A. 4; World 

Affairs 4; Student Council 4; Honor Study Hall 

4; Wrestling 2, 3; Science Seminar 3, 4. 152, 221. 

WILLIAM EDWARD KAIB, Li'l Will; Euclid 

Choir 2; Choral Masters 3. 4. 72, 221. 

•GEORGE RICHARD KALAN; N.H.S. 4; 

Camera Club 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Key Club 

4; Fall Play 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching 

Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 

3. 68, 148, 165, 188, 221, 245. 

FRANK RONALD KALNASY, Ron. 221. 

DONALD ROSS KANNER; F.T.A. 4; Concert 

Band 2, 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 152, 186, 221. 

MIKE P. KAPKE, Spook; Football 3; Basketball 

2; Track 2; Bowling 2, 3; Foreman's Club 4. 

221. 

JUDY ANN KASUNIC, Moose; Friendship Club 

2, 3. 221. 

DENNIS E. KAYE, Dennie; Honor Study Hall 

4; Cross Country 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; E Room 

Asst. 3, 4. 221. 

CAROLE LYNNE KEIDEL; Friendship Club 

2. 221. 

MARJORIE ANN KELLY, Margie; G.A.A. 2, 

3, 4. 221. 

TERRENCE JOSEPH KELLY, Terry. 222. 
ELIZABETH MARY KENYON, Betty. 222. 



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*KATHRYN PATRICIA KIMBERLY, Kit; 
N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.X;A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 
4; Student Council 2; Committees 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2,;3^ 4; Euclidian Business 
Staff 4; Jr. Circ. Mgr. 4; Survey Business Staff 
3, 4; Asst. Circ. Mgr. 4; Rep. 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 
3; Spectrum 3, 4. 148, 164, 166, 170, 172, 186, 
222, 238, 251. 

ELIZABETH MARCIA KIMEN, Betsy; F.T.A. 
4; World Affairs 4; Treasurer 4; Orchestra 2, 
3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3. 64, 68, 146, 186, 222. 
SANDRA LEE KING; World Affairs 3; Student 
Council 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3. 
CAROL ANN KINTZ; Transferred to Euclid 
in Jr. Year. 222. 

LARRY DANIEL KINTZ, Rocco; Big Show 3; 
Cast 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Exec. Board 4. 222. 
FLORENCE LOUISE KIRK, Flip. 222. 
SUSAN MARTE KIRK, Suzy; Friendship Club 

2. 222. 

RICHARD WILLIAM KLANN, Disc; E Room 
Worker 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4. 90, 223. 
ROBERT ALBERT KLANN, Bob; Key Club 2, 

3, 4;- Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 

2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 90, 
174, 188, 223. 

DENNIS FRANK KLEINHENZ. 223. 

FRANK JOHN KLEMENC, Klem; Football 2, 

3; Letterman 3; Wrestling 2; Hall Guard 4; 

Letterman's Club 3, 4. 223 

WARNER JOHN KLICH; Stage crew 4; Fall 

Play 4; Cast 4; Spring Play 3; Cast 3; Big Show 

3. 223, 236. 

*DONALD JOSEPH KNE, Don Q.; N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Honor Study HaU 4. 148, 182, 223. 
LINDA JOAN KOCI. Koci Babes; N.F.L. 2; Fall 
Play Production Staff 4; Spring Play Production 
Staff 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee 3. 
223. 

LAWRENCE ALLAN KOGAN, Larry; N.A.S.S. 
3, 4; World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Basketball 2; Golf 2. 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 223. 



BEVERLY JANE KOKAL, Bexne; G.A.A. 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly. 223. 
CRAIG ALAN KOS, Hugo; Swimming 2, 3. 
224. 

CONSTANCE LEE KOSANOVICH, Connie; 
Majorette Club 2. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 3. 224. 

RICKEY R. KOSKINEN, Rick; F.T.A. 4. 224. 
ROSEMARY A. KOSKOVICS; G.A.A. 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Spectrum 4; Home- 
coming Decorating Committee 4. 154, 225. 
PAUL JOSEPH KOSTANSEK; I.Q.S. 4; Eucuyo 
3, 4; Essay Editor 4; Hall Guard 4. 172, 225, 
259. 

ELAINE KOZAR, Penny; F.T.A. 2, 3; World 
Affairs 3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Hall Guard 2. 184, 225. 
GERALD LOUIS KOZLEVCAR, Kozy; P.A. 
Club 2, 3, 4; Announcer 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4. 158, 180, 181, 214, 225. 
TONY M. KRAMPEL, Babalouie. 225. 
CHARMAINE M. KRANYAK, Charlie. 225. 
•HELEN KRAUSS; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 

2, 3; Exec. Board 3; World Affairs 4; Student 
Council 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Asst. Literary Editor 4; F.N.A. 
4; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Stm;e>' 
Editorial Staff 2, 3; Eucuyo 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Spectrum 4. 73, 
146, 149, 162, 166, 172, 184, 223, 225. 

GAIL FRANCES KRECIC; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 

3, 4. 225. 



GAIL KAREN KRIELOW, Blondy; Fall Play 
Cast 2, 3; Spring Play Cast 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Thespians 4; Pep Club 4; 
Hall Guard 4; E Room Worker 3, 4. 225, 257. 

KENNETH KING KRIVOK, Ken; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letter- 
man's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4; Movie Club 
2. 90, 92, 104, 210, 225. 

♦CONSTANCE MARIE KRNELL, Connie: 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Secretary 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Exec. Board 4; Committees 
2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club. 2; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Asst. Literary liditor 4; Fall Play Pro- 
duction Staff 2, 3; Spring Play Production Staff 
2, 3, 4; Big Show Production Staff 3: Choral 
Masters 4; Swvey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Ushering 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Class Cabinet 
4: Hall Guard 2; Spectrum 3, 4. 72, 73, 148, 149, 
150, 157, 158, 162, 172, 186, 225. 
TOM L. KUKORELLI; Transferred to Euclid 
in Jr. Year. 225. 

MARILYN J. KULWYN, Mar; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Homecoming 
Decorating Committee 4. 154, 161, 225. 
*JOHN A. KURTIS; N.H.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 3; Survey Rep. 3, 4; Football 
2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man's Club 2, 3, 4. 104, 148, 225. 
LAURENE M. KYTLE, Laura: N.F.L. 4; Fall 
Play Cast 3; Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4. 72, 
150, 225. 



BARBARA ANN LADDIS, Lettuce: N.F.L. 4; 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3. 225. 
JOSEPH JOHN LAKATOSH, Joe; Camera Club 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Key Club 2, 3, 
4; Football 2; Track 2. 3, 4; Letterman 3; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4. 182, 188, 226. 
CHARLES ALLAN LAMB. Chuck; Key Club 
3; Honor Study Hall 4; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 90, 226. 
CHERYL DARLENE LAND; Camera Club 4; 
G.A.A. 4; HaU Guard 4; Senior Assembly. 182, 
226. 

*CAROL ANN LANESE, Shortie; N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 4; Student Council 
4; Chairman of Homecoming Decorating Com- 
mittee 4; Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3; 
Marching Band 2, 3; Pit Band 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; Pep 
Club 4; Hall Guard 2. 148, 226. 
PATRICIA ANN LANG, Yo; Friendship Club 

2, 3. 226. 

GEORGE ALLEN LANGA, Yuks. 226. 

ROBERT JOHN LANGE, Webster; Euclid 

Choir 2; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Cast 2, 4; Production 

Staff 3; Big Show Cast 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; 

Sui-vey Cub Reporter 2. 226. 

CONSTANCE ANN LARKIN, Goldie; World 

Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor 

Study Hall 4. 226. 

*MAIDEE JO HEATHER LASNIK, ]o; 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A: 2; Eucuyo Art Editor 

3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; Honor Study Hall 
4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Secretary 4. 63, 148, 161, 166, 
172, 227. 

ROBERT LEFKOWITZ, Bob; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4;. Letter- 
man's Club 4. 227, 243. 

RICHARD HENRY LEHMAN; F.T.A. 4. 227. 
TERRY CHARLES LEIGH. 227. 
RICHARD WILLIAM LEISENHEIMER, Leis; 
Pit Band 2; Movie Club 3, 4. 227. 
PATRICIA ANN LEISTER, Pat; Ad Club 4; 
Orchestra 3, 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2, 3^ 
G.A.A. 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Class Cabinet 
3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 64, 227. 
GINA GABRIELLA LERZ; Friendship Club 2, 
3; Honor Study Hall 3. 227. 



SUSAN ALAYNE LEWIS, Sue; Majorette Club 
2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 2; Friendship 
Club 3, 4. 154, 227. 

ROBERT L. LILLEY; N.F.L. 4; Football 2, 3; 
Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 4. 150, 174, 197, 227. 
ANN CHARLOTTE MARIA LINDQUIST, 
Ann: World Affairs 4; Student Council 4; 
Choral Masters 4; Swvey Business Staff 4; 
Eucuyo 4; Spectrum 4; Exchange Student, trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 73, 146, 147, 158, 
166, 172, 227, 248. 

WILLIAM LINSZ, Big Bill: Wrestilng Mgr. 3, 
4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4. 104, 227. 

•BEVERLY ANN LOHREY, Bev: N.H.S. 4; 
I.O.S. 4; F.T.A. 2; World Affairs 4; Student 
Council 2; Suroe)i 2. 3, 4; Editorial Staff 3; 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Spectrum 4; 
A.F.,S'. 3, 4. 146, 147, 148, 166, 172, 227. 
JERRY T. LOHRKE. 227, 232. 
CHARLES JOHN LOKAR, Chuck; Cross Coun- 
try 3; Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 197, 228. 
JEAN MARIE LONCHAR; Girl's Glee Club 2; 
Euclid Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Euclidian Rep. 3. 161, 
228. 

RONALD J. LONG. Ron. 228. 
FLORA ANN LORENCE, Flora: World Affairs 
3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 154, 161, 128. 
♦PATRICIA LOUISE LOWRY, Pat; N.H.S. 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; Girl's Glee Club 2. 3; Big Show Cast 
2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Sumey Reporter 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Girl's Leaders Club 3; Hall 
Guard 3; Student Council Committees 2. 148, 
154, 169, 228. 

BARBARA MARIA LUCKAY, Luckie; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3, 4; Homecoming 
Decorating Committee 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Conces- 
sions 4. 1.54, 161, 228. 

*PEGGY VICTORIA LUDEK, Peg: N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Big Show Pro- 
duction Staff 3; G.A.A. 3; Survey Reporter 3, 
4; Friendship Club 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 
4; Linguist Club 3; Spectrum 3, 4. 148, 154, 
169, 172, 186, 228. 

CHERYL LUTSCH; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 
3; Majorette Club 3; Majorette 4; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Art Editor 4; Big Show Cast 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; Pep Club 3; 
Senior Assembly. 123, 162, 172, 220. 228. 



DONNA LEE M.-^CASKILL, Dee; Student 
Council 2, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Smi'ey Rep. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 3. 228. 
PATRICIA ANN MACHUREY, Mashy; G.A.A. 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Hall Guard 4: Senior Assembly. 229. 
KATHLEEN THERESA MACK, Kathy; Sur- 
vey Rep. 3; Friendship Club 4. 154, 229. 
GERALDINE ANNE MACKS, Gerry; ^Vorld 
Affairs 3; Student Council 2; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 4. 
72, 229. 

DORIS MAGARGIL, Doris; F.N.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2; Friendship Club 2. 229. 

BONNIE MAHER, Bonnie; Friendship Club 3, 
4; E Room Worker 2, 3, 4. 229. 
WILLIAM J. MALLULA, Bill. 229 
JOHN THOMAS MALOKAS, Jack; Concert 
Band 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2. 
67, 229. 
NANCY JULIANA MALZAHN, Lynn; G.A.A. 

9 

JOANNE MANDEL, Jo; Student Council 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



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MARLENE MANFREDONIA, Marty; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3. 229. 

CAROL ANN MANGANO, Al; Coop Student 
4. 229. 

MARY LOUISE MANGINO, Murphy. 229. 
*DAVID EUGENE MAN'SPERGER; X.H.S. 3. 
4; Student Council 2, 3. 4; Exec. Board 3, 4; 
Committees 3. 4; Ad Club 2, 3. 4; Fall Play 3; 
Big Show Cast 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Rep. 4: Spirit's Club 3, 4: Buckeye Boys' State 
Rep. 3; Chevron Society 2. 4; Spectrum 4. 55, 
65. 68. 149, 157, 158, 160, 172, 188, 229. 
DAN AUGUST AL\NSUY; Swim Club 4: Hon- 
or Study Hall 4; Football 2; Swimming 3, 4; 
Letterman 4. 108, 176, 229. 

DOROTHY HELEN MAROFF, Dotty; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; Exec. Board 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2: 
Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Monitor 3: Cadet Band 2; Spectrum 4. 64, 68, 
172, 186, 229. 

CHARLES BOYD MARTIN, Chuck; Stage Crew 
3; Kev Club 3: Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Football 
2, 3: Basketball 2: Wrestling 2, 3: Baseball 2: 
Track 2, 3; Hall Guard 2, 3; Foreman's Club 4. 
229, 258. 

JO.'^N M.^RTIN, Joui: Bookstore AVorker 3; 
Friendship Club 3; Euclidian Rep. 3. 229. 
THOMAS N. MARTIN, Tom: N.F.L. 4; Cross 
Country 4; Basketball 4; Letterman 4; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 88, 90, 112, 115, 
150, 230. 

MARILOU MARZ; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 2. 230. 
DOUGLAS L. MASON, Doug: Euclid Choir 2; 
Key Club 2. 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Lettcrmaii's Club 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 72, 
96, 230. 

P.\TRIC1,\ MASON. Pal: Student Council 3; 
Majorette Club 2: G..\...\. 2; Friendship Club 
2; Honor Study Hall 2. 230. 
LAURA MATEYKA, Laurie; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 2. 3; Marching Band 2, 3; G.A..\. 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 230. 
DIANE T. M.\T1C. Dec: Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Honor Study Flail 3, 4. 230. 
NANCY HELENE MAURER. Xance: Friend- 
ship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Euclidian Rep. 4. 
161, 230. 

MARLENE ANITA MAZZA, Maz: Friendship 
Club 2. 106, 230. 

COLLEEN McBROOM, Colleen: I.Q.S. 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2. 4; Committees 2, 4; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, 4; P.A. Technician 3; Girl's Glee 
Club 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Picture 
Editor 4; Big Show Cast 4; Choral Masters 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Class 
Cabinet 3; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly,. 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal: Spectrum 
4. 73, 120, 162. 163. 166, 172. 178, 207, 218, 230. 
KATHERINE E. McCORMICK, Kathie: I.Q.S. 
4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Sun'cy 3, 4; 
Rep. 2. 3; Editorial Staff 4: Reporter 4; Business 
Staff 3, 4: Sec. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3: Usher- 
ing 2. 3: Pep Club 3. 169, 170, 172, 186, 231. 
THOMAS McGILL. Tom: Key Club 2; Survey 
Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Track 3, 4; Letter- 
man 4; Lctterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 
96, 174, 231. 

JOHN JOSEPH McKEON, Little Joe; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 231. 
SUSAN ROSEMARY McNAMAR.\, Mac; N.F.L, 
4; World Affairs 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Fall 
Play Cast 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Eucuvo 3; Friendship 
Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 56, 150, 231. 
^VILLIAM McPEEK, Will: Stage Crew 4; Fall 
Play Production Staff 4; Spring Play Production 
Staff 4; Big Show Production Staff 4; Pit Band 
2; Marching Band 2; Concert Band 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 2. 195, 231, 237. 



FRED EUGENE McVETTA; Basketball 2. 
KEN ME.'^RES; Big Show Cast 2; Concert Band 
2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2. 195, 231. 
CARMEN MEDEN, Carm; G.A.A. 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2; F.B.L..\. 4; Dramatics Club 3; Co- 
op Student 4. 231. 

MIKE MEDLEN, Meddy; Track 3; Letterman 
3. 231. 

KEN MEHLS, Ken. 231. 
DAN MESTER, Dan. 231. 

DL\NA JANE MIESE, Dee; G.A.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 4; Pep Club 3; Transferred to Euclid 
in Jr. year. 231. 

KATHRYN MARIE MIHALIC, Kathy; G.A.A. 
3; Friendship Club 2. 231. 
MARYANN MIHALIC, Mare; G.A.A. 231. 
PATRICIA MIKA, Patti; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Busi 
ness Staff 4: Friendship Club 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3: F.B.L..\. 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. 178, 231. 

•LUCILLE ROSE MILAZZOTTO, Lucy: N.H.S. 
4; F.T.A. 3. 4: Swim Club 3, 4; Majorette Club 
2; G.A.,\. 2: Sun'ey Business Staff 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Honor' Study Hall 3: Class Cabinet 
4; Senior Scandal. 148, 166, 

176, 231. 

•BONNIE LORRAINE MILLER, Bonnie 
ISabc.i: N.H.S. 4: F.TA. 4; Student Council 3; 
Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Majorette 4; P..^. Club 
2. 3. 4: Technician 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; 
Spring Play 3; G..^.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; 
Prom Committee 3. 123, 148, 180, 186. 231. 
CATHERINE J. MILLER, Cathie; Girls Glee 
Club 2: F.N.A. 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3: Hall Guard 2. 231. 
DENNIS ALAN MILLER, Denny: F.T.A. 4; 
Fall Play Cast 2. 3. 4: Spring Play Production 
Staff 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4. 150, 231. 

GERTRUDE K. MILLER, Trudy; World Af- 
fairs 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Co-op Student 4. 231. 
•JEANNE MILLER, Jeannie; N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 
4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T..'\. 2, 3. 4; ^Vorld Affairs 4; Stu- 
dent Council Committee 3; Big Show Produc- 
tion Staff 3. 4; Cast 4; G.A..-\. 2; Suniey Business 
Staff 3, 4: Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 4; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 4; Senior 
Assembly; Spectrum 4. 146, 148, 150, 170, 172, 
186, 232. 

PAMELA ELLEN MILLER, Pam: Swim Club 
4: Euclidian Ad Staff 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2: 
Friendship Club 2. 3; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 3. 176, 230, 232. 
ROBERT JAY MILLER, Bob; Honor Study 
Hall 3: Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball 2; Base- 
ball 2; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 4. 
90, 174, 232. 

MARILYN JANE MILNER, Mar; Student 
Council 3; Friendship Club 2. 232. 
MARY ALICE MILONE, Mar; Euclidian Rep. 
4; G.AA. 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 4. 
232. 

•K.\THLEEN ANN MOG, Kathy; N.H.S. 3, 4 
I.Q.S. 4; World Affairs 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Pres 
ident 4; Euclidian Rep. 2; Editorial Staff 4 
Underclass Editor 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; G.A.A 
2, 3. 68, 146, 149, 162, 172, 232, 251. 
JOHN ANTHONY MOLINARO. Spirits Club 
195, 233. 

^VILLIAM ALAN MORGAN, Bill; Choral Mas- 
ters 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Movie Club 
2. 73, 233. 

KAREN S. MORRIS, G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 233. 
LARRY MICHAEL MORSE. Beek; Football 2, 
3; Wrestling 2, 3. 232, 233. 
JOAN MOSER, Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Senior Assembly. 163, 164, 233. 
ROBERT SPENCER MOSTER, Bob. 233. 



CONSTANCE GAIL MULLINS, Connie; N.F.L. 
4; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall 
Play Cast 3, 4; Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Thespians 
3, 4. 72, 150, 233. 

WILLIAM FR.ANCIS MURRAY, Bill; I.Q.S. 4; 
Student Council 3; Su>x>ey Rep. 3; Business 
Staff 4; Swimming 3; Tennis 2, 3. 170, 171, 234. 
*BARBAR.\ MUSHINKO, Barb; NHS 4- 
N.F.L. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World 
.Affairs 4; Student Council 2: .\d Club 2. 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2: Su7-i'ey Rep. 2, 4; Editorial Staff 2, 3, 
4: Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 3; Ushering 2. 146, 148, 166, 186, 
188, 234. 

LAIMA MUSTEIKIS, G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Senior As- 
sembly. 234. 

^VILLIAM GLENN MUTCHLER, Bill: Honor 
Study Hall 4. 234. 

DANIEL F. MYERS, Bug; Orchestra 3; Fall 
Play 3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 
2, 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 4. 68, 234. 
MERLIN LOUISE MYERS; Choir 3. 234. 
DIANE MYLAR; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee 
Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 3; Ushering 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 234. 



EUGENE DUANE NANIGER, Gene: F.T.A. 4; 

F.B.L.A. 4. 161, 234. 

WALTER JOSEPH NEEDS. 234. 

BE\'ERLY JOAN NEFF, Bev; F.T.A. 2; World 

Affairs 2; Student Council 2; Homecoming 

Committee 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 

3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Student Council Concessions 
^Yorker 2; Suivey Cub Reporter 2; Pep Club 3, 

4. 122, 235. 

GABRIEL MATTHEW NEOLA, Gabe; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 235. 
DONALD ROY NETTIS, Don: Camera Club 
2, 3, 4; Golf 2; Euclidian Rep. 4. 182, 235. 
KEN HERMAN NEUSTEDT, Ken. 235. 
AVILLIAM CHARLES NEWCOMB, Bill. 235. 
ARTHUR CHARLES NEWMAN, Art; Student 
Council 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Vice President 2; 
Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 
2, 3, 4; Band Sergeant 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 4; 
Chevron 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 64, 65, 67, 
68, 156, 158, 235, 244, 254. 

CAROL ANN NOVAK; N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 2; 
.Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Pep Club 3; Euclidian Rep. 2. 176, 235. 
JOSEPH CARLOS NUTTER JR. 235. 



WAYNE THOMAS O'COIN, Goldielocks: Movie 
Club. 200, 235. 

TIM J. OHAR^A., Irish; Hall Guard 2. 235. 
JUDITH MARIE-LOUISE OKORN, Judy: 
I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; ^Vorld Affairs 4; Ad 
Club 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2; 
Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 
2; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 4. 235. 
GEORGE OESTERLE. 235. 
JEFF M. OKER; Big Show Cast 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Foreman's Club 3. 236. 
PATRICIA OPALICH, Pat; Ad Club 2, 3, 4; 
Big Show 4; G..\.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 
3; Class Cabinet 3, 4. 236. 
KENNETH LOU ORAZEN, Ken. 236. 
CARLO JOHN ORLANDO, Carlos; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Scan- 
dal. 174, 236, 258. 



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THOMAS EDWARD OSTKAR, Tom. 236. 
RICHARD OTTO, Rick; Hall Guard 2. 236. 
DONALD JAMES OVERBERGER. 236. 



ED PALM; Student Council 3; Key Club 2; 
Choral Masters 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Basketball 2, 
3; Hall Guard 2, 3. 72, 236. 
ROY GARIS PALMER, Pelican: Choral Mas- 
ters 3, 4; President 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Basketball 4; Baseball 3, 4; Letterman's Club 

3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 3; Euclidian 
Rep. 2, 3; Student Council 2. 73, 115, 117, 237. 
JANE PANESKY, Little One; World Affairs 2, 
3; Choir 3. 71, 237. 

DENNIS LOUIS PAPESH, Den. 237. 
BEVERLY DAWN PAPP, Bev: G.A.A. 2; 
F.B.L.A. 2. 237. 

CAROL PARATORE, Carol; G.A.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 237. 

CHARLES CURTIS PARSONS, Curt. 237. 
FRANK THOMAS PARSONS, Ridge Runner. 
237. 

PATRICK VINCENT PARZIALE, Pat. 237. 
DENNIS J. PASKEY, Denny. 237. 
•CHERYL HELENE PASQUALE, Squales; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 
4; Exec. Board 4; Secretary 4; Committees 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; 5un;e)i Rep. 2. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Class Treasurer 3; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 
3; Prom Committee 4. 72, 73, 149, 157, 158, 
186, 238. 

DANIEL ROBERT PAUL, Poka Dots. 238. 
ARTHUR PAULOVCIN. 238. 
SHARON JEAN PAULSEN, Sharie; N.F.L. 4; 
Student Council Committees 2, 3; Swim Club 

2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Hall 
Guard 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; Euclidian Rep. 

4. 150, 154, 238. 

FRANK PAVLIC, Fatey. 238. 
BARBARA ANN PAVLIK, Barb; Girl's Glee 
Club 4: F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4. 
71, 154, 184, 238. 

JOHN STEVEN PAYERCHIN, Jack; Concert 
Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Pit Band 2. 238. 
*SHARON LEIGH PEACOCK; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 3; Sur- 
vey 3, 4; Staff Editor 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Ushering 3, 4; Senior Assembly; Spectrum 3, 4; 
Latin Club 4; Vice President 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Jr. year. 146, 148, 169, 186, 239. 

BILL PECK. 239. 

JEANETTE PEJACK, Petie; World Affairs 2; 

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

Pep Club 3. 239. 

•RICHARD A. PEJEAU, Yogi; N.H.S. 3, 4; 

I.Q.S. 3,4; N.A.S.S. 4; Student Council 3,4; Exec. 

Board 3, 4; Committees 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 

Vice President 3; President 4; Choral Masters 

3, 4; Survey 2, 3, 4; Editorial Staff 3, 4; Sports 
Editor 4; Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Circulation 
Mgr. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Mgr. 4; Letter- 
man 4; Track 2; Letterman's Club 4; Spirits 
Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly. 72, 
96, 115, 149, 160, 168, 170, 172, 174, 188, 239. 
KEN A. PEKAR, Peck; Euclid Choir 2; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Wrestling 2. 72, 239. 

ANN PELYAK, A7inie P.; Student Council 4; 
Committees 4; Majorette Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Club 3; Euclidian Rep. 4. 154, 239. 
KATHLEEN B. PENNY, Kitty; Junior Red 
Cross 2; Latin Club 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. 239. 



DENNIS HOWARD PERKINS, Perk; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Football 2; Cross Country 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 3, 4. 115, 239. 

•THOMAS AUGUST PERLIONI, Tom; N.H.S. 
4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; Cross Coun- 
try 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 2, 3. 115, 148, 174, 
239. 

MARCIA PERME, Perm: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Major- 
ette Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Girl's Leaders Club 3; Class Cabinet 3; Pep 
Club 3; Hall Guard 4; Prom Committee 3. 
165, 239. 

ROBERT RICHARD PERRY, Bob; World Af- 
fairs 2; Euclidian Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Hall Guard 3; Sui-vey Business Staff 4. 170, 239. 
JAMES E. PETERSEN, Jim: Swim Club 2, 3; 
Cross Country 2; Swimming 2. 239. 
RANDY PETERSON, Ranrfji; N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 
4; Pres. 4; Swim Club 2; Key Club 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Golf 4; Prom Committee 4; Lin- 
guist Club. 150, 188, 239. 

SHIRLEY PETERSON, Shirl; World Affairs 2; 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2. 239. 
EVELYN JOY PETKOVSEK, Erie: Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; 
Big Show Cast 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girl's Leaders 
Club 3, 4; Vice President 4; Class Secretary 4; 
Class Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 2; Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Spring Sports 
Attendent 2. 14, 122, 123, 177, 233, 239. 
DENNIS CHARLES PETRO; Choral Masters 
2, 3. 240. 

WAYNE ALLEN PETTEK; Key Club 3; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Letterman 4; Basketball 2; Base- 
ball 2; Track 3, 4; Letterman's Club 4. 240. 
LAWRENCE MARTIN PIPER, Larry; Concert 
Band 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4. 68, 240. 
VINCENT JAMES PISCOPO, Vince. 24q. 
SHIRLEY ANN PISHKUR, Shan; Friendship 
Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Co-op Student 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Jr. Year. 160, 240. 

JOANNE A. PISKUR, Jo. 240. 
MICHAEL PISTILLO, Mike. 240 
CAROL L. PITT, Blondi. 240. 
•BETTY LOU PLAGGEMIER, Betty Babes; 
N.H.S. 4; Orchestra 3, 4; F.N.A. 4; Concert Band 
2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 2, 3; Friendship Club 
3; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 3; Survey 
Cub Reporter. 64, 68, 148, 184, 240. 
•ANTHONY R. POLSINELLI, Tony; N.H.S. 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff, Reporter 2, 3, 4. 148, 
158, 188, 240. 

BONNIE KAY PONCE, Bon; Girl's Glee Club 
2; Choral Masters 3, 4. 72, 240. 
GAYLE LEE POTICHNY, Pofs; World Affairs 
3; Girl's Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Eucuyo 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Spirit's 
Club 4; Prom Committee 2. 158, 160, 232, 240. 
DIANE M. POTTS, Dee; F.N.A.; Friendship 
Club. 241. 

MARJORIE ANN POWALIE, Pausquallie; 
Friendship Club 2. 241. 

DON POWERS, Don: Student Council 2; Big 
Show Cast 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Football 2, 
4; Wrestling 2; Baseball 2; Class Cabinet 4; 
Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly; Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Class Guidance Council 4. 96, 163, 202, 
241. 

MARY ALICE PRENDERGAST, Mary; F.T.A. 
4; World Affairs 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Committees 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Big Show Cast 3; G.A.A. 
2; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Senior Scandal; Art Editor 4. 146, 158, 165, 166, 
176, 177, 186, 241. 



MARTHA L. PRICE, Marty; Fall Play 2; Sur- 
vey Rep. 2; Orchestra 3. 64, 241. 
DAVID MARK PRIMO, Dave; Key Club 2, 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; Wrestling 2, 3. 188, 241. 
ERIC JON PROSTOR, Buns; Key Club 3; Sur- 
vey Rep. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Football 3, 
Letterman 3; Letterman's Club 3; Hall Guard 3; 
Capt. 3; Class Cabinet 2. 96, 174, 241. 
DODY PROVAN. 241. 
JAMES RICHARD PUHGER, Jim. 242. 
•JUNE MARIE PULVER; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Student Council 2; Committees 2; 
Fall Play Production Staff 2; Spring Play Pro- 
duction Staff 2; Sui-uey 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Secretary 4; Movie 
Club 3, 4. 148, 172, 173, 186, 242. 
SUSANNE PUREBER, Sue; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Student Council 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Rep. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Pep 
Club 4. 164, 172, 242. 



NORMAN JOHN RAASCH; Wrestling 2; 
Movie Club. 242. 

EVANGELINE MARIE RACE, Eve; G.A.A.; 
Friendship Club. 242. 
FRED RADATZ, Rat's. 242. 
DONNA LOUISE RADENCIC; Friendship 
Club 2. 242. 
LOIS JEAN RAMSEY. 

MARGARET M. RAST, Penny; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Homecoming Dance Com- 
mittee 3. 160, 242. 

JO ANN REED, Jody; F.T.A. 2; Friendship 
Club 4; Ushering 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 154, 241. 
CAROL ANN REIDER, Carol; Swim Club 3; 
F,N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Prom Committee 4; Linguist Club 
4. 242. 

LEONARD WILLIAM REINKE, Reinkeydink; 
Swim Club 2; Swimming 3. 242. 
WILLIAM TERRY REYA, Tex; Camera Club 
2; Stage Crew 3; Fall Play Production Staff 3, 
4; Spring Play Production Staff 3; Concert Band 

2, 3; Marching Band 2; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 2, 3. 242. 

•WILLIAM W. REYNOLDS, Bill; N.H.S. 4; 
N.A.S.S. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2; Choral 
Masters 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 
2; Letterman's Club 4. 73, 96, 148, 174, 243. 
LINDA LEE RICHARDSON, Linn; F.N.A. 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 243. 
CHERYL BARBARA RICHLEY; Concert Band 
3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Friend- 
ship Club 3. 67, 243. 

LORETTE THERESE RIEBE, Lorry; Eucli- 
dian Rep. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 

3, 4; Ushering 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 154, 243. 
WILLIAM G. RINAS, Bill; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman's Club 
3, 4. 90, 91, 174, 184, 243. 

DONALD ALLEN RITCHIE, Don: Stage Crew 
Club 2, 3, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Play Production Staff 2, 3, 4; Big Show 
Production Staff 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; 
Thespians 3, 4; Stage Mgr. 4. 150, 182, 243, 250. 
SAMUEL J. RITZ, Chauncy; Honor Study Hall 
3; Hall Guard 3, 4. 243. 

SHARON LYNN ROBASZ, Shari; World Affairs 
3; Junior Red Cross 3; F.N.A. 3; Choir 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher- 
ing 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep Club 3. 243. 
FRED ROBBINS, Rob; Swimming. 243. ' 
»HARON ANNE ROBBINS; N.F.L. 2; G.A.A. 
2; Friendship Club 2; Pep Club 3. 243. 



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DIANE ROBERTS, Freddi; World Affairs 2, 3; 

Student Council 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; Girl's 

Ensemble 3; Euclidian Rep. 4; Big Show Cast 

3; Choral Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship 

Club 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 

3. 72, 243. 

LINDA KAY ROBINSON, Lynn; F.N.A. 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 243. 

•KATHLEEN ROCK, Kathy: N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 

2. 3. 4: -World Affairs 4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3: 
G.A.A. 2. 4; Survey Rep. 4; Friendship Club 2, 

3, 4; I'shering 2; Senior Scandal Business Staff. 
146, 148, 166, 186, 244. 

•JOANNE ROMANO; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4: Exec. Board 3, 4; Sun'ev Rep. 2; Reporter 

2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Short Story Editor 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4. 148, 166, 169, 172, 226, 244. 
•JAMES EDWARD ROSCOE, Jim; N.H.S. 4 
F.T.A. 4; Vice President 4; Fall Play Cast 4 
Spring Play Director 3; Honor Study Hall 3 
Thespians 4; Latin Club 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Jr. year. 54, 148, 150, 244. 
BARRY MICHAEL ROSS, Barney; Orchestra 

3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2; Letterman 2: Hall Guard 3, 4; 
Marching Band Sergeant 3, 4; Orchestra, Pres- 
ident 3; Project Talent Musical Arranger 3, 
4; Musical Director 4. 67, 68, 220, 244. 
RITA ANN ROSS; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 
3. 244. 

KARL MICHAEL ROTH. 244. 
CALVIN RICHARD RYAN, Cal. 244. 
PAUL MICHAEL RYAN, Irish; Football 4; 
Swimming 2, 3. 60. 96, 245. 



BARBARA SUE SABULA, Barbie; F.T.A. 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Swim Club 3; Girl's Glee 
Club 2; Choir 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 
3, 4; Business Staff 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ushering 2, 3, 4: Senior Scandal. 71, 154, 158. 
166, 170, 186, 245. 

BEVERLEE JEAN SAMSA, Bezy; World Affairs 
2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2. 245. 
LORELEI ANN SANDERS, Lora Babes; N.F.L. 
4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall Plav Cast 4; G.A.A. 

2, 3, 4; £!/fi/To 3. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Thespians 4. 245, 263. 
•DAVID ROBERT SANDERSON, Bob; N.H.S. 
4;. Key Club 2; Choral Masters 4; Spectrum 3, 4. 
72, 148, 172, 245. 

GARY MICHAEL SANDY, Sandbox: Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3. 4; Foreman's Club 4. 245. 
JOHN A. SANDY, Little John. 245. 
SUSANNE MARY SAUNWAY, Sue: G.A.A. 2, 

3, 4; Eucuyo 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher- 
ing 2, 3; Class Cabinet 4; Prom Committee 4; 
E Room Worker 4. 154, 2'f5. 

PAMELA SA\VYER, Pam. 

JOHN MICHAEL SCHAEL. Pretty Blue Eyes: 

N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4; 

Wrestling 2. 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; Baseball 2, 

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

Class President 3; Spirit's Club 4. 96, 104, 105, 

245. 

JAMES THOMAS SCHAFFER, Tom; P.A. 

Club. 245. 

MARILYN SCHEER, Mar: Euclidian Rep. 2; 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Class 

Cabinet 3; Hall Guard 4; F.B.L.A. 3. 245. 

•ALEXANDRA SCHELGUNOV, Alex: N.H.S. 
3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
2; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Ad. Editor 4; Ad 
Staff 4; Eucuyo 2, 3, 4; Business Mgr. 4; Spec- 
trum 3, 4; Sec. 3; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; 
Movie Club 4. 149, 152, 164, 166, 172, 182, 245. 
KEITH DEYO SCHEURMAN, Huck; Swim 
Club 3, 4; President 4; Foreman's Club 4; Pres- 
ident 4. 176, 177, 188, 245. 



BRUCE SCHMAEMAN, Bruce. 246. 
DAVID LEWIS SCHMIDT, Dutch; Wrestling 
2; Spectrum 4; Linguist Club 3. 172, 246. 
JUDITH CATHERINE SCHNEIDER, Judy; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Ushering 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 4. 246. 
CARL DAVID SCHROETER, Schrodes: Camera 
Club 2. 3, 4; Vice President 3; Track 2; Swim- 
ming 2. 182, 246. 
DENNIS M. SCHULZ. 246. 

LAUR.\ JEAN SCHULZ; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 
4. 64, 247. 

DONALD FREDERICK SCHULTZ, Don: 
World Affairs 3, 4. 247. 

BARBARA MARY SCHULZE, Barb: G.A.A. 3, 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 247. 
LINDA DORTHEA SCOTT, Scotty; Majorette 
Club 3; Orchestra 2, 3; G.A.A. 2. 247. 
MARILYN JANE SCOTT, Pinki: G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Drama Club 2. 247. 

MIRIAM JOAN SCOTT, Jo: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Drama Club 2. 247. 

RICHARD E. SCOTT, Rich: Football 4; Bas- 
ketball 2; Baseball 2, 4; Letterman 4; Letter- 
man's Club 4. 96, 247. 

MERRILOU SCRIBNER, Zelda: G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Hall Guard 4. 247. 
BRIAN -WILLIAM SEDEY. 247. 
SHIRLEY ANN SEDMAK, Shuggy: Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Hall Guard 4. 247. 
SHARON ANN SEIFERT, Sheri: Majorette 
Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 4. 247. 
MICHAEL SELEMAN, Sal. 247. 
JOSEPH E. SELF, Joe; World Affairs 3; Hall 
Guard 2. 247. 

SHEILA SHAUGHNESSY, Shelly: N.F.L. 3, 4; 
P.A. Club 4: Fall Play 3, 4; Director 4; Pro- 
duction Staff 3; Spring Play Cast 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 3; Choir 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2; Honor Study Hall 4; Thespians 3, 4; Sec- 
retary 4; Drama Club 2; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Playnite Production Staff 
3. 150, 247. 

JUDITH ANNE SHEPPARD, Shep; Friendship 
Club 2, 4; Euclidian Rep. 4; Spectrum 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4. 71, 247. 
ROBERT SHEPPARD, Bob; Key Club 3; Cross 
Country 3; Track 2, 3; Letterman 2; Letterman's 
Club 2. 248. 

RICHARD HARRIS SHERMAN; Student 
Council 2. 3; Wrestling 2, 3; Golf 2. 248. 
DAVID \V. SHOAFF, Dave; Orchestra 3, 4; 
Fall Play Cast 3; Big Show Cast 3; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 
2, 3, 4. 64, 68, 248. 

•TERRENCE LEE SICILIANO, Terry; N.H.S. 
4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Boy's Choir 2, 3; 
Fall Play Cast 2: Choral Masters 3; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2, 3; Hall Guard 
2; E Room Worker 2, 3. 148, 158, 248. 
JOHN RONALD SIMCIC. 248. 
LINDA SIPES, Lin; Friendship Club 2, 3. 248. 
THEODORE ROBERT SKEBE, Ted; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Bowling 4. 248. 
ELAINE JUNE SKERLY, Squirrely; I.Q.S. 3, 
4; F.T.A. 3; Ad Club 3; Majorette Club 3; P.A. 
Club Technician 3; Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall 
Play Cast 2; Big Show Cast 2; Choral Masters 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Survey Rep. 2, 3, 4; Business 
Staff 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 
4; Euclidian Rep. 4. 230, 248. 
MARGUERITE A. SKOK; F.T.A. 2, '3; F.N.A. 
3; G.A.A. 2; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 
248. 

•LAURA ANNE SKOMSKI; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
4; F.T.A. 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Letter winner 4; 
Sumey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Art Ed. 4; Feature 
Editor 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 149, 158, 168, 
172, 205, 249. 



•JANET MARIE SLABY. Jan; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
Treasurer 4; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 
4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Mounting Editor 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Exec. 
Board 3. 146, 148, 149, 162, 166, 172, 186, 207 
249. 

EDWARD DENIS SKUFCA, Denny. 
PATRICIA ANN SLITOR, Pat; ^Vorld Affairs 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 3. 146, 249. 
SANDRA SMEKEL, Sonya: Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 4. 249. 
DENNIS EDWARD SMITH, Denny; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Football 2; \Vrestling 2, 4; Spec- 
trum 4; Math Club 4. 172, 249. 
DONNA M. SMITH: Choir 2. 249. 
JAMES JOSEPH SMITH; Football 2; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 249. 
DIANE CAROLYN SNYDER, Dee: Concert 
Band 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 67, 154, 249. 
•THOMAS AARON SNYDER, Tom; N.H.S. 4; 
Survey Business Staff 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4; President 4; Library Page 2, 3, 
4. 148, 172, 173, 249, 250. 

MARY LOU SOEDER; I.Q.S. 4; Ad Club 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Fall Play Production Staff 
2; Big Show Prod. Staff 2; Choral Masters 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Suix>ey Rep. 2, 3, 4; Business 
Staff 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 
2, 3; Pep Club 3. 73, 170, 172, 188, 189, 249. 
LESLIE JOHN SOLTESZ, Les; Transferred to 
Euclid in Sr. year. 249. 

PHYLLIS SUSAN SOPATA, Phyl; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 249. 
RICHARD SPEEL, Sped; Key Club 2, 3; 
Eucuyo 4; Cross Country 3; Letterman 3; Track 

2, 3; Letterman's Club 3; Spectrum 4; Euclidian 
Courier 4; Library Monitor 4. 147, 166, 172, 
174. 249. 

JOHN F. SPENCER, Spencer: Key Club 4; Hon- 
or Study Hall 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Mgr. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Mgr. 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Chess Club 4. 90, 146, 250. 
THOMAS SPENCER, Tom: Choir 2; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 72, 250. 
ROBERT THOMAS SPICER, JR., Bob; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 250. 

CAROL L. SPIKULA, Spic. 250. 
•HENRY LEONARD SPIVACK, Hank: N.H.S. 
4; I.Q.S. 4; Camera Club 4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Photographer 4; Key Club 3; Eucuyo 

3, 4; Cross Country 3; Track 3; Library Monitor 
3; Spectrum 4; Senior Scandal Photographer. 
148, 162, 163, 166, 172, 182, 223, 250. 
SANDRA JEAN SPOLAR, Sandy; Girl's Glee 
Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Pep 
Club 3; Hall Guard 3; F.B.L.A. 3. 154, 250. 
VICTOR HARRY STAMPONE, Vic; Football 
2; Track 2, 3. 

GERALD ALAN STANWICK, Jertj; Hall 
Guard 3. 250. 

MARSHA ANN STAPLETON, Marsha; Eucli- 
dian Ad Staff 4; Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 4. 251. 
STEPHEN EARL STAPP, Steve. 251. 
GERALD A. STARMAN, Jer; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4. 96, 99, 251, 260. 
BERNICE A. STEFE, Chick; G.A.A. 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 

LESLIE JOSEPH STEGH, Les. 251. 
SUSAN JOYCE STEVENS, Susie; Orchestra 2, 
3, 4; Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
4; Spectrum 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Senior Scandal 
Business Staff; F.B.L.A. 4; Euclidian Rep. 2, 4. 
64, 154, 161, 172, 173, 251. 

FRANCES IRENE STIDWORTHY, Fran; Or- 
chestra 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 160, 251. 



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VIRGINIA LEE STILLINGER, Genny; F.T.A. 

2, 3; P.A. Club Technician 3, 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; 
Vice Pres. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2. 
3; Ushering 2, 3; Spring Play Production Staff 

3. 251. 

DOROTHY STISCAK, Dot; Friendship Club 2. 
251. 



KATHRYN ANN STOMBERG, Kathy; F.T.A. 
3, 4; World Affairs 4; Panther Mascot 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3; Friendship 
Club 2; Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2; 
Hall Guard 3. 121, 146, 147, 179, 186, 251. 
•RONALD R. STONER; N.H.S. 4; World Af- 
fairs 4. 148, 251. 

PATRICIA MARIE STRANG, Pat; World Af- 
fairs 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall 
Guard 4. 146, 155, 166, 252. 



LARRY STRATTON, Larry; Honor Study Hall 
4. 252. 

BEVERLY MARIANNE STREIT, Bev; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 
FR.\NCES MARY STRNAD; F.T.A. 2; F.N.A. 3; 
Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 2. 252. 
BONNIE LYNN STROH, Bonnie; Fall Play 
Production Staff 3, 4; Survey Rep. 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Thespians 4; Play Night Pro- 
duction Staff 3. 54, 150, 252. 

EDWARD L. STRUNA, Ed. 252. 

JOSEPHINE STRUNA, Jo; F.T.A. 2, 3; P.A. 

Club Technician 3, 4; Fall Play Production 

Staff 3; Spring Play Production Staff 3; G.A.A. 

3; Friendship Club 2, 3. 180, 252. 

JOSEPH STURM, Joe; Football 2; Hall Guard 

3; Senior Assembly. 252. 

ROBERT STERLING SUMINGUIT, Bob; 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 

JUNE SUSMAN; Friendship Club 2, 3. 253. 

DENNIS ALLEN SUSNIS, Denny. 253. 

RICKIE ANN SVENWOL, Rickie; Friendship 

Club 2, 3, 4. 253. 

*DOUGLAS H. SWEEDER, Doug; N.H.S. 4; 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Ad Staff 4; 

Fall Play 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Marching Band 

2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 68, 148, 

163, 164, 172, 253. 

ROBERTA ANN SZALAY, Robin; Friendship 

Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 253. 

FRANK J. TAKACS; Ad Club 3, 4; Euclidian 
Rep.; Hall Guard 2. 253. 

ANTHONY STEVEN TAMBURRINO, Tony; 

Foreman's Club 4. 188, 253. 

MARJORIE TAYLOR, Margie; Student Council 

4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 253. 

RITA PATRICIA TEKALEC; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 

3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 4; 

Hall Guard 4. 253. 

BARBARA LYNN TEKANCIC, Barb; F.T.A. 

2, 3; World Affairs 4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; F.N.A. 4; 
Big Show Production Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 4; Pep Club 3; Senior Assem- 
bly. 72, 146, 253. 

TERRI ELAINE TEKANCIC, T; F.T.A. 4; 
World Affairs 3; Student Council 2; Commit- 
tees 2, 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Big Show Cast 

3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 
4; Hall Guard 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Lin- 
guist Club 3. 165, 166, 186, 253. 

JOAN TENNENT, Joni; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Hall Guard 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4. 253. 



*HAL E. THEIS, Ciano; N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 
3. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Exec. Board 3, 4; 
Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Chairman 4; 
Key Club 2; Suroey Rep. 2, 3; Eucuyo 3; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Letterman 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3; Capt. 
3; Senior Assembly; Panther of the Week 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Library Monitor 2, 3, 4. 
90, 92, 113, 115, 116, 149, 157, 158, 174, 253. 
CORRINE D.\E THOMAS; Student Council 
3; Majorette Club 2; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; 
G. A. A. 3. 254. 

JANET ANNE THOMPSON, Jan; World Af- 
fairs 3; Majorette Club 3; Majorette 4; Big 
Show 4: G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Ushering 2, 3; Swvey Cub Reporter 2; Pep 
Club 3; Hall Guard 3; Senior Assembly. 122, 
220, 254. 

♦KAREN TOMKO, Tommy; N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Exec. 
Board 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Suroc)) 3, 
4; Rep. 4; Editorial Staff 3, 4; Copy Reader 3; 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 2, 3: Spirit's Club 4; Vice Pres- 
ident 4; Buckeye Girl's State Rep. 3; Panther 
of the Week 3. 149, 157, 158, 160, 168, 172, 
173, 177, 254. 

*NADA P. TOMSICH; N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4; P.A. Technician 3, 4; Bookstore Worker 3, 
4; Fall Play Production Staff 2, 3; Spring Play 
Production Staff 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Thespians 3, 4; Hall Guard 3; Capt. 
3. 148, 159, 180, 254. 

NANCY JEAN TOROK, Nancy; G.A.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 254. 
KENNETH W. TRAVIS, Ken; F.T.A. 4; Eucu- 
yo; Track. 254. 

*MARY ANN TRAVNIK, B. J.; N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Bookstore 
Worker 3, 4; Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Leaders Club 4; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 3; 
Senior Assembly. 148, 158, 159, 177, 186, 254. 

NICK TRIVISONNO, Tony. 254. 

WILLIAM TROUTEN; P.A. Club Technician 

3, 4. 254. 

IRENE CAROL TUCCERI; Friendship Club 

2, 3. 254. 

ALAN JOHN TUCCI, Survival Al; Swim Club 
3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4. 
68, 108, 254. 

BARBARA RAE TUCKER, Barb; Junior Red 
Cross 2; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 254. 
MARILYN TUCKER; F.T.A. 2, 3; World Af- 
fairs 2; Student Council 3; Euclidian Rep. 4; 
Hall Guard 4. 254. 
STEVE LOUIS TUMBRY, Butch; Swim Club 

3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Swimming 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Swim Show 3, 4. 108, 176, 255. 
JEANNE E. TWITCHELL, Twitch; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 
255. 



DEBORAH ANN ULLOM, Debs; F.N.A. 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study 
Hall 4, 255. 

DORIS URBANICK; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs 4; Majorette Club 3; Girl's Glee Club 2, 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Rep. 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 146 
186, 255. 

JUDITH ANN URBAS, Judi; Girl's Glee Club 
2, 3; Fall Play Cast 4; Dance Director 4; Big 
Show Cast 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 2, 3. 150, 255. 
»JOHN ANTHONY USALIS, John; N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Camera Club 4; Key Club 2, 3. 148, 
182, 255. 



THOMAS FRANK VANTILBURG, Peanuts. 
255. 

KENNETH ROBERT VARHOLA, Ken; Bowl- 
ing 3, 4. 255. 

ROBERT ROSS VELLA, Boh. 255. 
DENNIS M. VENCL, Vence; Baseball 2, 3; 
Foreman's Club 4. 188, 255. 
•WILLIAM JOHN VICIC, Bill; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
President 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Euclidian Editor- 
ial Staff 4; Asst. Editor 4; Key Club 2, 3: 
Choral Masters 3, 4; Vice President 4; Eucuyo 
3, 4; Swimming 2; Pep Club 3; Spirit's Club 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4. 73, 148, 149, 160, 162, 163, 172 
176, 207, 224, 255. 

RANDOLPH FRANK VIDMAR, Randy; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Treas. 4; Fall Play Cast 3, 4'; 
Choral Masters 4; Track 2, 4; Letterman's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3. 73, 90, 93, 174, 
256. 

DAN LEE VIGH, Grubby; Football 2; Wrestling 
2; Baseball 2. 256. 

R. CRAIG VIRNELSON; F.T.A. 4; Track 4; 
Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly. 256. 
JOAN LOUISE VORMELKER, Joan; Girl's 
Glee Club 2. 3; Big Show Cast 2; G.A.A. 2; 
Sui-vey Rep. 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Ushering 
4; Spectrum 4; Senior Assembly. 256. 
HENRY JAMES VUCETIC, Hank. 256. 



RALPH ALLAN WADE; Swim Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
4; Swim Show 2. 108, 256. 

JO-ANN WALDMAN; N.F.L. 4; World Affairs 
3; Majorette Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Hall Guard 3. 256. 
STANLEY JAMES WALL, Stan; N.F.L. 4; 
Camera Club 4; P.A. Announcer 4; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 150, 181, 182, 256. 
JOHN R.A.YMOND WALTERS, Jack; Fore- 
man's Club 4. 256. 

ROSEMARY ANN WANCHIK, Rose; Student 
Council 3; Ad Club 3, 4; P.A. Technician 2; 
Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; G.A.A. 

2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 4; 
Class Cabinet 3; Euclidian Rep. 2; Senior As- 
sembly. 155, 188, 256. 

*MARY WEHRLE, Mary: N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 

3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Rep. 3; Euclidian Rep. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2. 4; Spectrum 4. 148, 154, 172, 256. 
CARL AVILLIAM WENDORFF, Carl; Student 
Council 2; Wrestling 4. 104, 256. 

LARRY M. WHALEN, Irish: Honor Study Hall 
2, 3. 4; Football 2, 4; Cross Country 3; Track 

2. 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 
Capt. 4; Senior Assembly. 96, 197, 256, 260. 
BONNIE WHEELER; Friendship Club 2, 3. 
256. 

•DIANE MARILYN WHEELER, Di: N.H.S. 

3. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice President 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Asst. Editor 4; Rep. 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Pep Club 
3; Hall Guard 2; Spectrum 3, 4; Linguist Club 
3. 149, 166, 168, 172, 186, 205, 256. 

JAMES MARTIN WHITING, Irish; Foreman's 

Club 4. 188, 258. 

RICH M. WICKIZER, Wick. 258. 

GARY LYNN WIELAND, Wheels. 258. 

PHYLLIS IRENE WIERSCH; Transferred to 

Euclid in Sr. year. 258. 

KATHLEEN RUTH WILBER, Kathy; N.H.S. 

4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; Concert Band 

2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 

4; Spectrum 3, 4. 68, 146, 148, 172, 186, 226, 258. 

JOHN EDWARD WILEY, Swi^ty; Track 3. 258. 



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MARILYN AVILK; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2. 3, 4; Ushering 2; Pep Club 3; Spec- 
trum 4; Library Monitor 4. 154, 172, 259. 
SHIRLEY JEAN WILLCOCKS; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Euclidian Business Staff 
4; Ad Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 
3; Pep Club 3; Sun'ey Rep. 3; Senior Assembly. 
163, 164, 186, 259. 

ANTHONY W. WILLIAMS, Tony. 259. 
SHARON AVILSON, Willie; Girl's Glee Club 
2: Big Show Cast 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3. 259. 

HAROLD A. WINKLEMAN, Wink; Foreman's 
Club 3. 259. 

•JANICE KAY AVINKLER, Winkie: N.H.S. 4; 
Student Council 4: Majorette Club 2. 3, 4: 
Majorette 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; F. N. A. 3, 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; 5uroo' Rep- 2, 
3; Friendship Club 3. 4; Ushering 3; Spectrum 
3. 123, 148, 158, 165, 180, 184, 259. 
•LINDA JEAN WINKLER, Wink; N.H.S. 4; 
I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council 4; Euclidian Bus- 
iness Staff 4; Business Mgr. 4; Ad Staff 4; Rep. 
2; G..A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 3. 148, 164, 165, 172, 173, 260. 
DAVID W. 'WINTER, Dave. 260 
•BEATRICE LEE AVINTERS. Betsy'; N.H.S. 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; AVorld Affairs 4; Swim Club 3; 
Euclid Choir 3, 4. 71, 146, 148, 186, 260. 
SANDRA LU WISKIS. Sandi; Orchestra 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3; Class 
Guidance Council 2. 64, 260. 
CHERYL LYNN WODA, Cherie; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 3; E Room AVorker 2; F.B.L..\. 
4; Co-Op Student 4. 160, 260. 
DIANE MARY WOHLGEMUTH, Dee; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3. 260. 

KENNETH PAUL WOHLGEMUTH, Ken; 
Euclidian Rep. 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 
104, 260. 

•CLAUDIA WRIGHT; N.H.S. 4; F.T.A. 2; 
Student Council 4: Committees 3, 4; Big Show 
Production Staff 3: Suri'ex Business Staff 4; 
Rep. 3: Friendship Club 2,' 4; Paperback Book- 
store Worker 4. 148, 154, 158, 170, 260. 
•DIANE C. WRONIAK, Di; N.H.S. 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; 
Vice President 3; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Spectrum 3. 4. 64, 71, 148, 
172, 260. 

DAVID MICHAEL WUNDERLE, Wun-Dee- 
Buns; Student Council 2, 3; Choral Masters 2, 
3, 4. 73, 260. 



ROBERT YURKONIS, Bob. 262. 
ROBERT THOMAS YUROSKO, Bob. 242, 262. 
THOMAS ROBERT YUROSKO, Tom; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 262. 



PATRICIA ANN ZAMAN, Pat; Majorette Club 
2; Friendship Club 2. 262. 
SANDR.A ANN ZATKO, Sandy. 262. 
PAUL JOSEPH ZEBRO'VVSKI, Zeb: Student 
Council 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2; Kev Club 2, 3; 
SuTxiey Rep. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; 
Bowling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Pep Club 3; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. 262. 
JUDY ZEIDER: F.N.A. 3, 4; President 4; G.AA. 

2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3. 
154, 184, 262. 

JOHN ZEVNIK, Zev; NA.S.S. 4; Key Club 2, 

3, 4; Sec. 4; Cross Country 3,4; Letterman 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 
4; Hall Guard 2, 4. 90, 92, 174, 188, 262. 
JOANNE M. ZIMMERMAN, Jo; Friendship 
Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. 262. 

NANCY ZIMMERMAN, Nan: Girl's Glee Club 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3. 262. 
BRIAN ZINNER. 262. 

KAREN ZNTDARSIC; P.A. Technician 3, 4; 
G..\.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 
2; Honor Studv Hall 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Class Cab- 
inet 3. 154, lei, 180, 260, 262. 
SHARON ZNIDARSIC; G.A.A. 3; Friendship 
Club 3. 262. 

•FRANCINE ZUCHELLI, Fran; N.H.S. 4; 
Big Show Cast 4; G..A.A. 2, 3; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Accounting 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Class Cabinet 3; Class 
Guidance Council 4; Pep Club 3; Senior As- 
sembly; Prom Committee 3, 4; Concessions 
Worker 3, 4. 148, 170, 262. 

•KATHRYN ZUST, Kathi: N.H.S. 4; Student 
Council 2, 4; Ad Club 3; Majorette Club 3, 4; 
Majorette 4: Cheerleader 2; P.A. Technician 3. 
4; Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Choral Masters 4; 
Euclidian Rep. 2; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 

2, 3, 4; Sun'ey Business Staff 3, 4; Program Exch. 
Mgr. 4; Rep'. 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Pep 
Club 3: Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly; Prom 
Committee 4: Concessions 'Worker 3; Friendship 
Club 2. 72, 123, 148, 158, 170, 262. 
•ROSEMARY ZUZEK, Roseman': N.H.S. 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Exec. Board 4; Concert Band 2, 

3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4: 
Spectrum 3, 4; Latin Club 4; President 4; 
Movie Club 4. 65, 68, 149, 172, 182, 186, 262. 



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•MARY LOUISE YAGER, Mary Lou: N.H.S. 
4; Girl's Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; 
Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; 
F.N.A. 3, 4: Treas. 4; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4. 71, 148, 154, 184, 
261. 

ELEANOR DONNA YINGLING, Eddie; N.F.L. 
3, 4; Student Council 3; Big Show Cast 4; 
G.A.A. 3. 257, 261. 

CHERILYN ANN YOUNG, Cheri; I.Q.S. 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Committees 3; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2; Survey Editorial Staff 
2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 4. 163, 
164, 172, 261. 

ELSIE M. YOUNG; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. 
year. 261. 

LAWRANCE J. YOUNG, Younk; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Swimming 2, 3; Letterman 3; Letter- 
man's Club 3; Hall Guard 2; Euclidian Rep. 2. 
261. 

WILLIAM FRANK YOUNG, Younghole; Hon- 
or Study Hall 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Foreman's 
Club 4. 261. 



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With the completion of this book go many hours 
of work, fun, and companionship. To me, this has 
been a wonderful year. During it I have had the 
opportunity to work closely with some very interest- 
ing people. These people, of course, have been my 
staff. I doubt if there will ever again be a group of 
individuals with the combination of remarkable 
personalities and characters as those who have com- 
prised this staff. It is to these people who worked 
tirelessly and contributed so much that I. extend a 
most sincere thank you. 

This year we have tried to include all the features 
that students expect to find in the Euclidian in addi- 
tion to something new that will make it definitely 
ours. It is a creation of many hours of discussion, 
of planning, and of detailed work by devoted people. 
A publication as large as The Euclidian requires the 
time and effort of a great number of people. I would 
therefore like to acknowledge their contributions. 
First, I wish to thank Mr. James McCampbell, our 
patient sponsor, who has guided the editorial staff 
through every imaginable crisis and who has shared 
our many good times. It is hard to imagine the 
number of hours that he has so selflessly spent to help 
us in every way. Through it all, he has been an 
assuring friend whose devotion to the "cause" would 
be difficult if not impossible to match. The job of 
raising money for the Euclidian is overwhelming. 
Through the efforts of the business staff it is pos- 
sible for the book to be published. This year the 
business staff under the supervision of Mr. Clayton 
George, sponsor, and Linda Winkler, business man- 
ager, again accomplished the prodigious feat. I wish 
to thank them and the individual workers on their 
staff. 

Editing and printing a yearbook would be im- 
possible without the interest and cooperation of the 
school administration. We extend our appreciation 
to Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools; 
to our Principal, Mr. Clifford Owens for his many 
considerations; to Mr. Bruce Graham, Assistant 
Principal; to Miss Wilma Gillman, Dean of Girls 
dnd Dr. Jerry Bergum, Dean of Boys; and to the 
maintenance staff for keeping the Euclidian office 
neat in spite of us. 

Since a yearbook is essentially pictures, I must men- 
tion the help given by Mr. Morey Levine, Mr. Bill 
Rainin and Mr. Joe Gongos of Raimor Studios. 
These men have printed our many necessary pic- 
tures and we are truly thankful for their patience 
and understanding. We appreciate the many cour- 
tesies from Mr. L. O. Kisabeth, representative from 
the Gray Publishing Company and from Dan Mack 
of the Mueller Art Cover Company. 

The year is over; the book is finished. The reason 
for our close association is now over, but I feel as- 
sured that each of us will always feel the closeness 
that comes from a common interest. It has been a 
tremendous privilege and pleasure to be able to 
construct this Euclidian and we hope to share it 
with you now. 

Very sincerely. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Penny Freed Editor-in-Chii 

Bill Vicic Assistai 

Colleen McBroom Picture Edit( 

Norm Beeke Photograph 

Hank Spivack Photograph 

Richard Hasher Literary Edit( 

Ned Anderson Assistai 

Helen Krauss Assistai 

Connie Krnell Assista: 

Bernice Hava Mounting Edit 

Jan Slaby Mounting Edit 

Kathy Mog Underclass Edit 

Judy Eggleston Senior Edit 

Cheryl Lutsch Art Edit 

Kathy Cwik Staff Edit 

James McCampbell Spons 




Editor-in-Chief 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Linda 'Winkler Business Manas 

Cheri Young Assista 

Connie Allar Circulation Manas 

Peggy Bizzarri Assist: 

Helga Berthold Senior Circulation Manas 

Kit Kimberly Junior Circulation Manas 

Sue Pureber Sophomore Circulation Manas 

Joan Moser __.Treasu 

Phyllis Johnson Cash 

Jim Cesa Advertising Manas 

Shirley Willcocks Assist: 

Alex Schelgunov Advertising Edi 

Nancy Furniss Concessions Manas 

Doug Sweeder Funds Manas 

Clayton George Spon 



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Supplement 



This is the end of the year. All classes are 
looking forward to summer vacation and yet 
are apprehensive. The sports season is just 
ending and there is a sudden rush of social 
affairs. Plays, Big Show, Sivim Show, and 
dances are a prelude to the Senior activities 
and scholarship tests. Fun leads the more 
serious aspects of school life. The end brings a 
sense of satisfaction to most students, for they 
have done their best. And for those who are 
dissatisfied and have not worked hard, school 
continues into the summer or for one more 
year. 



Wf^sammmmimmm 







STUDENT COL XCIL .\OMINEES-7?ou' One: C. Piper. B. Apple- 
quist, E. Bi-igdcn. M. Fields, P. Hurlburt. Rozv Tiuo: K. Goldlust 



I9G2-HI63 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS-Rotc One: T. Bren- 

iian Ina'.unr. M. Fields a. ,/,/„, v. Iliw Tieo: K. Goldlust vice 
jniM,l,iil C. Cox ;7(-r jneMilml. D. \ukie\ic jnesiilenl. 



The campaign specclics: the final word before votino-. 





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STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS 
After two weeks of sacrificing home- 
work for campaign posters and sub- 
stituting No-Doz for sleep, most waited 
tensely for the election results. When 
the announcements were finally made, 
some could hardly hold back the tears, 
others murmured in bewilderment be- 
cause their wildly made predictions had 
materialized. Still others were simply 
relieved that the tedious ordeal was 
over and eagerly awaited the chance to 
congratulate the winning candidates, 
who beamed amidst the attention fo- 
cused on them for the remainder of the 
day. 




That's the third time she's voted 



The poles favored \'ukcevic. 





267 




Wai Napulu's Jewel of tlie Sea, Lucy Milazzotto 



The Starfish go down kicking. 




The stars shone brightly. 




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The Pair of Pearls, Carolvn Ciesson and Alison ^Vinct, enchanted many. 



SWIM SHOW 

How cool that water looked! The 
"Enchanted Sea" was filled with beauty 
and beauties for Wai Napolo's Swim 
Show, as well as a surprise for that un- 
suspecting victim who felt Neptune's 
domain seeping through her woolen 
sweater and skirt. The cool atmosphere 
of this year's show made the bleachers 
almost comfortable for an audience 
which enjoyed every minute of a tradi- 
tionally fine performance. 




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Big Show practice runs awfully late. 



It really gets you, huh, Pete? 



BIG SHOW 

Hoofing and kicking their way to glory, 
the Big Show dancers were our number 
one moneymaker. An irreverent look at 
"Jolly Ben" Franklin and other char- 
acters from our heritage drew some of 
Euclid's top Thespians to the stage and 
many paying customers into the audi- 
ence. 




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Bonnie Biulas and Kill C.iudi cl.iim iliiii Misic.ii .if the lloin Pipe. 



Greg makes like George. 



Our E.H.S. maidens turn red. 




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TENNIS RECORD 

Shaker Heights 3 

Lakewood 2 

Cleveland Heights 4 

Shaw 

Parma 1 

St. Joseph 

Parma 2 

Willoughby South .._._.0 

Brush 2 

St. Edwards 1 

Gilmour 3 

Brush 3 

Willoughby Soutli ..__..0 

Cleveland Heights 2 

Berea 

Shaw 1 

Win 12 
Losses 4 
District Tournament Singles Runner-up 
Euclid Tournament 3rd 



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Euclid 3 


Euclid ... 


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GOLF TEAM— 7?o;t) One: R. Karash, G. Dakor, P. Quigley. Roiv Two: D. 
Reed, B. Austin, L. Kogan, Coach Piingle. 




Captain Howard David starts a skillful game of tennis. 




GOLF 

No cheering section, little publicity, and 
lots of practice in the hot sun on a long, 
green fairway. Is this what it takes to 
make a winning team? Well, perhaps 
a little more encouragement would in- 
crease their drive for perfection, but the 
hard work is what makes a championship 
team. The ball is small, the score 
should be low, but individual spirit and 
determination must be high to match 
the victor's sense of satisfaction. 



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BO^VLING 

Even when the opponents were behind, 
each Euclid bowler moistened his palms 
and then meticulously dried them to 
make cef tain no point would be lost by 
a careless slip of the ball. To each 
bowler, the team had a different mean- 
ing. To one it meant long hours, to an- 
other it was a challenge, and perhaps, 
to another it represented recreation that 
became more fun as dexterity improved. 
Whatever the meaning, each player did 
his best as Euclid placed seventh in the 
district contest with twenty teams 
participating. 



TENNIS 

Playing before teeming crowds of thou- 
sands, which at times threatened to over- 
flow the modest cheering section beyond 
the fence and surge into the courts, the 
Euclid tennis team aced and double- 
faulted its way to a 14-4 record. Such 
vivid characters as Bill "Leftie" Seder- 
holm, Ned "Fireball" Anderson, and 
Howie "The Smasher" David were 
served to sleepy students every morning 
on the PA by the brilliant announce- 
ments of an unknown and forgotten 
genius of the publicity staff. With a 
record of sizzling shut-outs and 6-0 sets, 
the team was somehow kept from win- 
ning first place, much to the disappoint- 
ment of the loyal fans. Yet, although 
their valor merited more, they accepted 
their second place philosophically, for 
they knew they had left the courts re- 
bounding with glory. 




BOWLING TEAM-Roic Om-. P. Zebrowski, J. Kozlevcar. Row Two: R. 
Leisenheimer, K. \'arhola. 



TENNIS TEAM— «on' One: K. Barta, M. Fenster, B. Sederholm, R. Brown, J. 
Scott. D. Garland. Ron- Two: Coach Nold, H. David, J. Breen, R. Creveling, G. 
Loconti. N. Anderson, R. Dunker, R. Felz. 



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Zero's integers. 



THE ADDING MACHINE 

Mr. Zero, Allen Johns; Mrs. Zero, Betsy 
Fromer; Daisy Diana Dorothea Devore, 
Sally Forker; The Boss, Richard Brown; 
Mr. One, Jim Roscoe; Mrs. One, Heidi 
Lasnik; Mr. Two, Ross Fergus; Mrs. 
Tiuo, Leslie Long; Mr. Three, Larry Bac- 
nik; Mrs. Three, Karen Heckert; Mr. 
Four, Tony Petruzzi;M?i. Four, Linda 
Koci; Mr. Five, Tom Bell; Mrs. Five, Sue 
McNamara; Mr. Six, Bill Blanc; Mrs. 
Six, Jan Vukcevic; PoJiceman, Jack Neu- 
more-Judy O'Grady, Sheila Shaughnes- 
sy;Young Man, Dennis Bailey; Shrdlu, 
Jim Zimmerman; A Head, Ray Sum- 
mers; Lt. Charles, John Howard; Joe, 
Larry Bacnik. 




Shrdlu faces a grave situation. 




OUR TOWN 

Stage Manager, Ray Ferrante; Dr. Gibbs, 
Robert Belts; Joe Crowell, Marc Fen- 
ster; Howie Newsome, Brian Maeder; 
Mrs. Gibbs, Laura Simpson; Mrs. Webb, 
Jan Vukcevic; George Gibbs, Dennis 
Bailey; Rebecca Gibbs, Rosemary Ku- 
harik and Heidi Lasnik; Wally Webb, 
Ron Ash\ey\EmHy Webb, Marsha Rout- 
zahn and Carol Klevay; Professor Wil- 
lard, David Schmidt; Mr. Webb, Wade 
Schuette; Woman in the Balcony, Carol 
Reese; Man in the Auditorium, Tom 
Martin; Lady in the Auditorium, Linda 
Nurmi; Simon Stimson, Frances Collins; 
Mrs. Soames, Linda Koci; CoJistable 
Warren, Tom Martin; Si Crowell, Marc 
Fenster; Baseball Players, Ross Fergus, 
Jim Hovan, Tony Petruzzi; Sam Craig, 
Brian Maeder; Joe Stoddard, Ross Fer- 
gus; Assistant, Ed Bugos; Stage Manager, 
Paul Cox; People of the Town, Judy 
Frustere, Ruth Ricksecker, Sharon 
Flood, Jim Vidmar, Ed Bugos, Paul Cox, 
Linda Nurmi, Sharon Morse, Dave 
Schmidt, Marquita Boros, Carol Reese, 
Richard Redmond, Marian Wasenda. 



"These arc the times that trv men's souls." 




PLAYS 

Now the auditorium was empty. The 
actors were noisily cold-creaming them- 
selves, gooping the basins with the re- 
mains of Mr. Zero or Daisy the Flirt, 
and flushing down to a watery grave 
what once was Emily Webb or Mrs. Six. 
The stage crew unfeelingly tore down 
Grover's Corners, dragged the strange 
mechanical world of the Zeros into the 
cobwebs, and jerked the gay fantasy 
back into the reality of a dark corner. 
A few friends and relatives lingered in 
the splotchy pool of light still haunting 
the darkened stage. At last they, too, 
vanished. A stagehand extinguished the 
last light and walked out, leaving the 
theater alone with its own world of un- 
known dreams. 

Tlic actor manages. 



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The chapcioncs ciijovcd the Junior Prom. 



Rci"nin2; Bonnie Miller. 



SPRING DANCES 

Spring dances, the Friendship Formal, 
the Spring Sports Dance, the Junior 
Prom, held special intangible ecstasies 
for every couple who attended. The 
fountain, which lightly sprayed all who 
stood too close when the wind invaded, 
added to the enchantment of the dimly 
lit patio. As feet shuffled the well-worn 
pattern from the patio to ballroom to 
lounge, each footstep became a part of 
the evening, and a part of spring itself. 




276 




Miss Mathews at her post for the 
Friendship Formal. 




Toiiiglit . . . the Junior Prom. 




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SPRING SPORTS COURT 

With Spring comes a rebirth of natural 
beauty. Clockwise from lower right: 
Helga Berthold, Senior Attendant; Mary 
Ellen McGraw, Junior Attendant; Judy 
Lilley, Sophomore Attendant; Mary 
Prendergast, Senior Attendant; Bonnie 
Miller, Spring Sports Queen. 

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JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Roic One: B. Symonds, 
W. Boyer, R. Sustersic, J. Koci, D. Traven. Row Two: 
T. Gasser, J. Nebe, W. Reinke, J. Pozun, G. Circa, T. 
Ockunzzi. Row Three: R. Sprochi, B. Ciiino, R. Macks, 
J. Larkin, E. Larsen, W. Wicks, Coach Tekieli. 



Euclid's star pitcher, Bob Lilley. 





BASEBALL 

The boys didn't notice the dust as it 
smothered the diamond or the fatiguing 
hours that slipped by as they compiled 
a shining record. By being victorious in 
twenty-eight out of thirty-three games, 
the Panthers learned what composes a 
winning team. Besides agile players, the 
team must have stamina, student sup- 
port, complete alliance, and the backing 
of a faithful coach. 



Perlioni catches a lii^h one. 




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BASEBALL RECORD 




Euclid-- 


.10 


St. Ignatius 


... 


Euclid.- 


.10 


Rocky River 


.- 


Euclid- 


. 4 


Painesville Harvey 


-. 1 


Euclid- 


. 9 


Painesville Riverside .- 


.- 4 


Euclid- 


2 


Shaker Heights 


-. 1 


Euclid.. 


. 4 


Parma 


... 


Euclid- 


. 8 


Lakewood .. 


.- 1 


Euclid- 


. 8 


Geneva 


.- 1 


Euclid.. 


.. 5 


Geneva 


... 1 


Euclid- 


. 4 


Rocky River 


.- 


Euclid.. 


. 6 


Rocky River 


.- 


Euclid- 


- 5 


Painesville Harvey ..- 


... 


Euclid- 


^ 


Collinwood 


s 


Euclid- 


. 9 


Collinwood 


-. 1 


Euclid.. 


. 1 


Shaw 


... 2 


Euclid.. 


. 9 


Cleveland Heights 


... 1 


Euclid- 


. 3 


Parma 


-. 


Euclid.. 


. 8 


University 


-. 4 


Euclid- 


. 5 


Lakewood 


-. 


Euclid-. 


-15 


Shaw -. 


... 5 


Euclid- 


9 


Cleveland Heights 


... 3 


Euclid- 


. 1 


St. Ignatius 


-. 


Euclid.. 


2 


Parma 


-. 


Euclid.. 


. 9 


Lakewood 


... 3 


Euclid-. 


- 


Benedictine 


-. 2 


Euclid.. 


. 9 


Cleveland Heights 


.- 4 


Euclid-- 


- 5 


Shaker Heights 


.- 4 


EuclicL. 


. 1 


Bay 


... 


Euclid-- 


. 4 


Bay 


... 


Euclid.. 


. 5 


Shaw 


... 1 


Euclid- 


. 


Eastlake North 


... 4 


Euclid.. 


- 7 


Eastlake North 


... 2 


Euclid- 


. 


Shaker Heights 

Wins 28 
Losses 5 


.- 2 



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V.ARSITY B.\SEB.\LL- Row One: J. Dealv. R. Hiidec. J. Schael, 
R. Rcichcnbach. R. Palmer. T. Perlioni, R.' Lilley. C. Orlando, K. 
C.ortz. C. Laiiniiig. Itoiv Two: Coocli AVisniewski. J. Semenik, T. 



Tucker, J. DeRosa. D. Sobe. H. Theis. T. Murphv, Coach Addis. 
Row Three: \. Elliot, D. Maaswinkel, R. Lefkowitz, C. Lokar, D. 
DeRosa, P. Milavec. 




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TRACK TEAM— 7?ou' One: W. Attamante, D. Gillespie, D. Gyong- 
yos, C. Hayes, J. Zevnik, H. Altenweg, R. Vidmar, R. Chaunce. 
Roio Tu'o: D. Sabath, J. Kovacs, T. McGill, W. Symonds, J. Mar- 
tucci, W. Rinas, R. Dieckmann, R. Bowen, R. Usalis. Row Three: 
H. Faint, B. Green. K. Krovok, G. Engelke, J. Peters, D. Vrh, P. 
Wright, W. Bailey, T. Brennan. Row Four: R. Fuller, C. Virnel- 
son, R. Sarstedt, D. Liggett, W. Miller, J. Schroeder, J. Horton, R. 
Collins, R. Racker, R. Miller. Rozl' Five: \V. Schmenk, N. Kaczer, 
A. Newman, J. Bittence. R. Kovach, D. Bizily, J. Patronis, R. 
Hallcr. Row Six: Coacli Thompson, R. Tilk. 




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INDOOR 

Euclid 8O4/5 

Euclid 651/2 

Euclid 65^ 

Euclid 481/2 

Euclid 28 " 

Euclid 711/3 

Euclid 45-23/42 

Euclid 58 

Euclid 73 

Euclid 84 

Euclid 651/2 

Euclid 73 

Euclid -.64 



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TRACK RECORD 

St. Joseph 11-11/15 

Cathedral Latin --261/2 

Glenville 2634 

John Marshall 431/9 

East Tech 64 

Berea 2O2/3 

Lakewood 46-1 9/42 

Collinwood 34 

East Tech 19 

Benedictine 8 

Shaker 261/0 

Shaw 19 

Mayfield 28 

Wins 11 

Losses 2 

1st Arena Meet Suburban 1 



An upsetting race. 




Euclid 62 

Euclid 651/2 

Euclid 84-5/6 

Euclid 69-2/3 

Euclid 6514 

Euclid 66-2/3 

Euclid 58-5/6 

Euclid 61-2/3 

Euclid 79 

Euclid 89-2/3 



OUTDOOR TR.\CK RECORD 
A Team 

Euclid 96-1/3 Shaw 21-2/3 

Glenville 56 

CCollinwood 61 

)Catherdral Latin 21 Vb 

Cleveland Hgts 33-1/6 

John Adam 48-1/3 

Berea 52% 

St. Joseph 51-1/3 

Lakewood 59-1/6 

Shaker 56-1/3 

East 39 

Parma 28-1/3 

Wins 11 

Losses 1 

6th Mansfield Relays 

4th O.S.U. Relays 

5th West Tech 

2nd Euclid Relays 

1st L.E.L. 



B Team 

Shaw 19 

Glenville 42 

^CoUinwood 23 

) Cathedral Latin 11 

Celveland Hgts. 5 

John Adams 14 

Berea 50 

"Wicklifft 28-1/3 

C\'allcy Forge ..51 

)Fairport Harbor 40 

St. Joseph 16 

Lakewood 42y2 

Shaker 52 

East 

Parma 22 

Wins 13 
Losses 
straight wins for B Team 



Euclid 


...... 95 


Euclid 


76 


Euclid „... 


......101 


Euclid 


.....109 


Euclid 


...... 97 


Euclid 


_.... 68 


Euclid — .. 


-..-. 89-2/3 


Euclid 


-..-.. 57 


Euclid „.. 


....... 93 


Euclid 


...... 75y2 


Euclid 


...... 66 


Euclid 


...... 98 


Euclid ..... 


...... 85 



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TRACK 

The Euclid track team sprinted easily 
past its opponents with the same agility 
they used to present their heavy harvest 
of trophies to the school. Drowning and 
finally overflowing the trophy case was 
just the metal image of a mental attitude 
—the winner. Neither mud nor snow nor 
sleet nor cold of night could stop the 
track team from breaking all the records. 
The trophies represented many breaths 
lost— it seemed, at the time, never to be 
foimd again— many butterflies in the 
stomach before the meet and many long 
unseen hours of grueling practice. Yet, 
at the end of the race the clock lost, for 
the new and phenomenal record re- 
corded by Larry "Whalen in the mile 
broke the old state record by 1.2 seconds. 

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"I don't know."— Seniors never do. 




SENIOR ACTIVITIES 

Seven hundred seniors clamored this 
year for more senior privileges. Meet- 
ings of the class cabinet, conferences 
■with the administration, and signs -worn 
voicing deep discontentment and desires 
failed to secure all the wants of the "un- 
derprivileged class." However, seniors 
with undaunted vibrant spirit, rejoiced 
uninhibited in the festivities that termi- 
nated twelve long years— the Senior Ban- 
quet, private p.j. parties, the Senior As- 
sembly, the all-night Prom and the all- 
day picnic that followed. Each moment 
of the end became a cherished part of 
every graduate's life, to be relived in 
memories for years to come. 

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AUTOMOTIVES CONTEST 
Seniors Don Overberger and Art Paulov- 
cin in the Plymouth Trouble Shooting 
Contest held at Parma, May 26. They 
diagnosed and remedied 18 different 
troubles, inserted in the engine by ex- 
pert mechanics, getting the car running 
in time to place third. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 
Through the American Field Service, 
with the help of Mrs. Zimmerman and 
community support, a Euclid student 
may be selected to study abroad this 
year. Keenly interested in and aware of 
the benefits offered by the A.F.S. pro- 
gram, Noel Goslee and Robin Carter are 
Euclid's possible foreign exchange 
candidates. 



Noel Goslee and Robin Carter are this year's A.F.S. nominees. 



INTERN.\TIOXAL QUILL AND SCROLh-Knceling: L. Taylor. Left to riirht: T. Burroughs. 
M. Beerv, M. Balsley. M. Zola, R. I'ximn, 




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Don and Art dcmonstialccl outslancling knowledge of mechanics to place in the Phniouth 
automoti\c contest. 



RECOGNITION OF 

ACHIEVEMENTS 

A large part of the active student's time 
is spent supporting extra-curricular pro- 
grams such as the publications, sports, 
and many clubs based on future careers 
or present hobbies. Sincere efforts in 
these activities reflect a pride in Euclid 
High School as well as a pride in the 
individual . . . 



P.\NTHERS OF THE WEEK- R. Danker, B. Vidensek, C. Wright, H. Theis. 




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... as does outstanding work inside 
the classroom. It is necessary for a stu- 
dent to have a true interest and some 
curiosity about her subject to excel in it 
as these students have. 



RECOGNITION OF HONORS 

Recognition on the front page of the 
local newspaper and in school assemblies 
is only a small part of the honor given to 
students who are interested enough in 
their future, as well as the future of 
others, to do their very best. College 
scholarships, the college diploma, and 
superior job opportunities after gradua- 
tion are the major rewards for the effort 
])ut forth by these students during their 
highschool years. 



NATIONAL MERIT 
The National Merit Scholarship Cor- 
poration is established to provide schol- 
arship aid to outstanding academically 
inclined students who have demon- 
strated the ability to benefit from a col- 
lege education. Eleven students from 
Euclid High School qualified for candi- 
dacy in receiving scholarships. Five of 
the eleven received scholarships spon- 
sored by the National Merit program 
and various organizations interested in 
promoting a better education of youth. 
Those receiving scholarships are: 

Richard Brigden 

David Gulbenkian 

Richard Hasher 

William Reynolds 

William Vicic 
Those qualifying for scholarships are: 

Ned Anderson 

Norman Beeke 

Ralph Dunker 

Ward Ebert 

Russell Hurlburt 

Janet Slaby 





ACADEMIC 
HONORS 
ACHIEVED 




DEPARTMENT AWARDS 

Each year the various departinents of 
Euclid Senior High present awards to 
the outstanding graduating seniors in 
academic excellence. Department chair- 
men presented trophies and medals of 
excellence to the following seniors: 

ENGLISH 

Trophy: Diane Wheeler 
Medals: David Gulbenkian 
William Vicic 

SOCIAL STUDIES 

Trophy: David Gulbenkian 

Medals: Jeanne Milier 
Kathy Mog 
June Pulver 
Mary Lou Yager- 

MATHEMATICS 

Rensselaer Medal: 

David Gulbenkian 
Medals: Ned Anderson 
Ward Ebert 
Ronald Glaser 
David Gulbenkian 

SCIENCE 

Trophy: Ward Ebert 

Medals: Ned Anderson 
Richard Hasher 
William Reynolds 
Russell Hurlburt 

Bauscli and Lomb Award: 

David Gulbenkian 

LANGUAGES 

Trophy: Diane Wheeler 
Medals: Donald Kne 

Robert Sanderson 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 

Trophy: Donna Janis 
Medals: Claudia Wright 
Pat Mason 
Bonnie Bowman 
Christine Jonke 

HOME ARTS 

Trophy: Joyce Atkins 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
Trophy: William Fuchs 
Medals: Donald Overberger 
Tony Tamburrino 
James Brazee 
Robert Klann 

ARTS AND CRAFTS 

Trophy: Cheryl Lutsch 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 
Trophy: Barry Ross 

VOCAL MUSIC 

Trophy: Connie Mullins 



Medals: 



Fred Fleck 
Larrv Kintz 



JOURNALISM 

Medals: Bonnie Bogatay 
Karen Tomko 
James Cesa 
Penny Freed 
Alexandra Schelgunov 

SPEECH 

Medals: Barbara Ellis 
Ray Ferrante 

DRAMATICS 

Medal: Dennis Miller 



NATIONAL COUNCIL OF 
TEACHERS OF ENGLISH 
Recognition of excellence from the 
NCTE went to David Gulbenkian and 
William Vicic for their mastery of Eng- 
lish grammar and construction and 
creativity in essay and term paper length 
compositions. 



MATHEMATICS CONTEST 

Each year a select few participate in the 
Ohio State Mathematics Contest co- 
sponsored by the Mathematics Associa- 
tion of America and the Society of 
Actuaries. Honors this year went to 
Ward Ebert, David Gulbenkian, and 
Russell Hurlburt. 



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HONOR STUDENTS 

Long years of patient study and con- 
sistent effort is wliat it takes to be a top- 
notch student. Euclid is one of few 
schools with so many students fulfilling 
the qualifications for valedictorian hon- 
ors. Congratulations to all of our honor 
students. 



Students gathered in small, excited 
groups before a test, exchanging bits of 
information and lamenting their lack 
of study . . . but not Ron Glaser. While 
the others were talking on the telephone 
or watching television, Ron learned all 
there was to know about the subject, 
probably not quitting until one o'clock 
in the morning, long after the others 
had given up hope. 





Honors student, Ronald Glaser. 



After supper, when most students first 
begin their homework, David Gulben- 
kian is usually finished with his regular 
homework. By starting right after school, 
working swiftly and perceptively, Dave 
has his evenings free to do advanced 
work, read, work on his telescope, or 
play the piano. 



Commencement speaker, David Gulbenkian. 



Click went the keys as Donna Janis 
typed her way to a 4.0 average. Consis- 
tently scoring in the 99th percentile in 
such milestones of the business depart- 
ment, she proved that shorthand and 
bookkeeping were not subjects for sec- 
ond raters. 



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At the Spring Sports Dance Russ Hurl- 
burt, leader of the dance band, stood So 
play his solo. Calm and confident, with 
hours of meticulous practice behind him, 
Russ played with flawless precision— 
"like -working differential equations." 




Honors student. Russ Hurlburt. 



Honors student, Donna Janis. 




Whether working a calculus problem on 
the blackboard or showing off his bright 
red Comet, Don Kne's broad smile and 
easy laugh made everyone his friend. In 
spite of his easy-going nature, Don 
^vorked long hours in the darkroom as a 
member of the camera club, and at his 
studies, achieving not only a high scho- 
lastic standing, but the top student 
award in Russian. 



Honors student, Donald Kne. 




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Blaring rock and roll sounds faded as 
one -walked up the E-Room corridor 
and were replaced by the rich, vibrant 
cliords of the choral room piano. Those 
ivho paused to listen were rewarded 
with an afterschool concert played with 
skill and deep feeling. Peeking in, one 
could see Robert Sanderson lost in the 
emotion of the keyboard. 



Honors student, Roljcrt Sanderson. 



When deadlines approach, and there are 
copywriters to be prodded, layouts to be 
made, headlines, pictures, and endless 
headaches to be written, taken, and wor- 
ried about, Karen Tomko shows her best. 
As editor, Karen, working diligently 
and efficiently, bears too responsibility 
for coordinating a dozen different jobs 
until that long awaited announcement 
is made, "The Survey is out!" Then 
Karen sits back and relaxes for a moment 
before starting her English theme. 



Comnirnccmcnt spcakcv. Karen Tomko. 



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If Diane "Wheeler were permitted, she'd 
teach everyone on the Suney staff to 
pogo during their lunch period. How- 
ever, since this is not a part of school 
policy, Diane gives Spanish lessons in- 
stead. The bits of knowledge mingled 
with sarcasm that Diane imparts with 
each remark liven any group and re- 
flect her variable nature. 



Commciiccmciit spcakcv, William \i 





Comiiicncomciu speaker, Diane ^Vheclcr. 



On December 21, 1961, Bill Vicic, clad 
only in a bathing suit, plunged through 
the ice of Lake Erie for his last swim of 
the year. After a few minutes, the ad- 
venturous swimmer emerged from the 
lake slightly blue, and yet grinning 
broadly, happy in the knowledge that 
Mr. Reno was right: a mixture of ice 
and water maintains an equilibrium at 
zero degrees Centigrade. 



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GRADUATION 

The senior came back proudly wearing a 
new mantle of longed-for leadership, 
and wearing it carefully. At places it 
was stretched and ready to tear, for the 
stitches were narrow, the responsibility 
strict and confining. Yet as it grew on 
him, he grew into it. 

Three years can be a very short or a 
very long time, as a second, a minute, 
an hour, a lifetime is nothing, yet ap- 
proaches eternity, is past, but moves 
crawlingly slowly; so his last year es- 
caped, like the others before it, with the 
slippery grace of a thing not remember- 
ed. And the hours, the days, the months, 
compressed to form one moment; under 
the harsh, hot glare of the lights, with 
the shake of a warm, well-used hand, 
with a dignity fashioned of cardboard 
and cloth, the moment came and was 
past; the ending was ended, and with it 
began the beginning. 




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In Memoriam 



With jinn guidance that smoothed the 
bumps each encounters in highschool, Mr. 
John Reeves counselled boys of the Junior 
class. Though Mr. Reeves passed away during 
the school year, the understanding and advice 
that he imparted during his thirteen years at 
Euclid will be indelible in the memories of 
all lie helped. 



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