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Euc:licl Public Library 
Donated by Euclid, Ohio 

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EUCLIDIAN-63 




EUCLID SENIOR HIGH 
711 E. 222nd St. 
Euclid 23, Ohio 



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

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

DIMENSIONS .... 2 

SENIORS 14 

UNDERCLASS ... 84 
ACADEMICS .... 124 

SPORTS 158 

ACTIVITIES .... 202 
SUPPLEMENT .... 256 
ADVERTISEMENTS . . 288 
INDEX 332 




I go an unknown path, untravelled road 

Where everyone has gone before 

Guide me. 

But I would go myself and when I do 

into the unknown land 

A land of how 

A land of why 

A land of know 

I will have come. 





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Hasty, dramatic, shockingly blunt — youth 
Groping, confused, searching — youth 
Daring, bold, eager — youth 



I am youth in its every dimension 
I want, I achieve, I satisfy, I learn 






Do not try to bound my world for it has 

Limitless dimensions 

I give and I receive 

I laugh and I weep 

I sing and I shout 




I lose myself in myself and feel lonely in a crowd 
I lose myself in crowds and feel lonely with myself 





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And all that my life is 

Is now 

Within the dinnensions of Time and Space 

Within the dimensions of Know and See 

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SENIORS 

Hasty, dramatic, shockingly blunt — youth 

I'll tell you anything you want to know 

And some things which you would rather not know 

I can do anything 

I can take you anywhere 

Come with me and see. 

I've earned my title and my crown 

The world should be mine 

Hand me the sun! 






The last days of summer had faded into 
the rust of autumn, and the senior came back 
to survey his kingdom, and it was good. The 
elevators ran smoothly in their shafts and the 
administrative machinery hummed efficient- 
ly. In the halls traffic glided in one-way 
streams down the stairways and snaked along 
the corridors and dribbled in small packets 
bit by bit into waiting classrooms. The sopho- 
mores were properly bewildered and the sen- 
ior was pleased that he had come back, not 
to foreign faces and strange bewilderments, 
but to reunions with old friends and re-con- 
quests of old challenges. There were only 
eight more blanks left for the IBM to print. 
The boiler boiled, blew, and warmed the 
freezing breath of winter. Then there he was 
in a bitter December, waiting for freezing Feb- 
ruary. Then the cold of winter melted away; 
wet April came. The days lengthened, 
warmed; the sun looked down upon him. He 
crammed more into the waiting days, and 
more, in a last ditch effort to preserve his sen- 
iority. The sophomores looked up to him in 
the halls now, and the juniors shot questioning 
glances, as if wondering if they could measure 
up next year; and he was lord of it oil. 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Vice President Tom Murptiy, Secretary Barb Applequist, President Frank Jernejcic, Tr. 



Roger Murphy. 



SENIOR CLASS CABINET. Front Row: Marie Prokopovich, Barb Vidensek, Gretchen Brandt. Second Row: Elaine Sokal, Carol Sedusky, Cathy Davis, Sue Gris- 
sard, Jan Krapenc, Shanna Doley, Bev Draxler, Kathy Corrigan, Bonnie Friedel, Char Boehmer. Third Row: Vetus Syracuse, Tom Ruple, Rollie Hudec, Terry 
Wohlgemuth, Mark Geiger, Tom Murphy, Jeff Bartholomew, Randy Stouffer, Roger Murphy, George Panstares. 






Senior Boys' Counselor Mr. John Griffin 



Senior Girls' Counselor Miss Edith Lemon 




SENIORS 

Seniors could be bold, for seniors hod ex- 
plored, knew where they were and sup- 
posedly where they were going. No longer 
were they lost in a crowd, for they hod found 
their niche. Seniors were football captains. 
Student Council officers, leads in the fall 
play. Spirits, and just numbers to IBM. 

The days sped by. Sometinnes, just for a 
moment, they wanted to linger, survey, or 
relax. But they couldn't; they had paths to 
beat, plans to fulfill, deadlines to meet. 
Seniors went to Mrs. Sheets' office in doubt, 
departed with college catalogs and recom- 
mendations, completed term papers early 
in the morning, and searched for senior priv- 
ileges. Then, some talked about finals, but 
did nothing about them. They went to the 
Senior Prom, dragged their partners to Tap- 
co, discovered complete exhaustion at the 
picnic that followed, and then hurried to re- 
turn graduation caps minus tassels ... it 
was all over. 



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'My half used Crest.' 



ANNA ABBOn 
WILLIAM ADAM 



DOUGLAS ADAMS 
SHEILA ADAMS 



SANDY AGRAST 
PETER AKRABOFF 



TERESE ALBERTONE 
KATHY ALBERTSEN 



PAULETTE AMATO 
CARILYN ANDERSON 






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DAVID ANDERSON 
LINDA ANGELO 




EUGENE ANTONACCI 
SHARON APOLSKI 



BARBARA APPLEQUIST 
RONALD ASHLEY 



SUE AUFMUTH 
ROBERT AUSTIN 



SUSAN BAHR 
DENNIS BAILEY 



RONALD BAILEY 
JACQUELYN BAKER 





CAROL BALDINI 
PATRICIA BALLENTINE 
MARY BALSLEY 



GEOFFREY BARTHOLOMEW 
HARRY BASSEH 
RODGER BAUR 



DONNA BAXTER. 
NEAL BEDNAR 
JOANN BEECHUK 



MARGO BEERY 
PAMELA BEINING 
DIANE BELL 



SUSAN BELL 
THOMAS BELL 
JUDITH BENDER 




"Avon calling." 
Quite absorbing! 




RICHARD BERNSTEIN 
ERENE BFfER 



JOSEPH BIELLO 



DENNIS BILLINGS 




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ALAN BIONDI 
JOHN BIRCHAK 



KAREN BISHOP 
DALE BIZILY 



TOM BIZOSKY 
DONNA BLAKELEY 






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WILLIAM BLANC RICHARD BLATNICK 

JANET BLASSINGAME SUZANNE BLATSOS 

"This ought to get me into the Peace Corps." 



PATRICIA BLATTAU GLORIA BOCZEK JANET BOKAR 

WILLIAM BOAG CHARLOTTE BOEHMER LARRY BONAR 



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RICHARD BOWEN 

LUD BOYCE 

JON BOYTON 



KEVIN BRADY 

SALLY BRAIN 

MARGUERITE BRANCAE 



GRETCHEN BRANDT 

JOHN BREEN 

LYNN BRENDORFER 



ROBERT BRENNAN 

MARYSE BRICELJ 

JANET BRIGGS 




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LINDA BROCK WILLIAM BROOS BETTY BROWN 

DIANE BROMLEY DONALD BROUGHER LAUREN BROWN 



RICHARD BROWN THOAAAS BROWN 

RUSSELL BROWN PATRICIA BRYANT 



'No wonder we lost, he's a spy!" 





DAVE BUBONICS 
BARBARA BUCHAR 



JOHN BUDAS 
KATHELYN BUEHNER 



BEVERLY BURGER 
TERRI BURGER 



ASBURY BURGIN 
THOMAS BURROUGHS 



TOM BUSCH 
SANDRA CALVERT 





Margo Zola gives us that candid smile. 

TOM CAMPAGNA CHARLES CAMPBELL LOUIS CARDINALE 

JULIANA CAMPANA ERNEST CAPRBTTI SANDRA CAREY 



JAMES CARLSON 
JEFF CARLSON 



JOHN CARLSON 
ROBERT CARMANY 




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Cut it, Bev, the librarian's coming. 



JON CARPENTER PATRICIA CARROLL ROBIN CARTER 

JACK CARR ROBERT CARROLL IRENE CEFARAHI 



JOANN CEFARATTI MAXINE CERGOL 

LINDA CERCEK KAREN CERR 





PAT CHYLLA 



DAVE CLARKE 



TERRY CLARKE 



LAVERNE CLINK LAWRENCE COHEN 



Dale Bizily finds a sport to suit him. 




WENDY CONRAD 
SUSAN COODE 



JOEL COOK 
KATHLEEN CORRIGAN 




GREGORY COX 
CAROL COZART 





LONNIE CRAIG 
RUSSEL CRANE 



CAROLYN CRESSON 
RICHARD CUSTARD 



STEVE CZOMBA 
KATHY DAGLEY 




"Little Caesar' 






DAVID DAUGHERTY DIANE DAUGHERTY CATHERINE DAVIS MARGARET DAVIS JUDITH DEBELAK 




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JAMES DEELY PETER DE FRANCO PAULA DEISTER JANET DELSANTER 



BERNARD DEMBEK CLAIRE DEMORE DON DE ROSA MARGARET DE VINEY LEONA DICKINSON 




The ultimate answer to one way stairs. 




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ALAN Dl LILLO PATRICE DILWORTH SHANNA DOLEY 



"Only three more books and the library shelves will be empty." 





MARGARET DOYLE ERNEST DREHER 

BEVERLY DRAXLER PATRICIA DROSUTIS 





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Barb Tercek always has something up her sleeve. 



PENNY DUNCAN LEMUEL EAGLEN 

MARGARET DUSHAK CHERYL ECKERT 



JEAN EECKHOUT 
ALAN ELLIOT 



GLENN ENGELKE 
CYNTHIA EPPICH 





PAMELA EZZO 
DENNIS FABEC 



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HARRY FAINT 
BARBARA FARRILL 



PATRICIA FEDERICO MARTHA FIELDS 

ROSS FERGUS WILLIAM FIGNER 



DOROTHY FIKE MICHAEL FOCARETO 

CAROLYN FLAESGARTEN DAVID FOERSTE 



KAREN FOWLER 
FRANCINE FOX 



HERBERT FOX 
SARAH FOY 



GERALD FRANCIS 
JOHN FRAZEE 



BONNIE FRIEDEL 
RICHARD FULLER 



PAMELA GABALAC 
GARY GALE 





'You be the engineer; I'll be the conductor. 



'He says he's going to hit me with his purse. 




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LADDIE GASTER 



HOWARD GEDDES 



EBERT GEIGER 
EDWARD GERM 



ANTHONY GERMANO 
CLARENCE GERWIG 



LINDA GERZENY 
MAUREEN GEYER 



ALAN GEZANN 
CHERYL GISLASON 







SANDRA GISLASON KEITH GOLDLUST ANTHONY GOOCH 

HELEN GLENN ROSEMARY GOLOBIC ARLENE GORSHA 



NOEL GOSLEE 
JUNE GOSPODARICH 




A Peeping-Tom. 



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LEO GOYANES 
DALE GRAPATIN 



Slightly esoteric 



EVELYN GRAY 
GAYLE GRDOLNIK 



ROBERT GREEN 
DENNIS GRIFFIN 



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MARLENE GRILL 
JAMES GRINSTEAD 



SUSAN GRISARD 
LORNE GRUGEL 



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THE 

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FUTURE NURSE CLUB ^,^^,, 




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JOANNE GUTKA RUSSELL HAIGH 

MADELINE HADARICH WILLIAM HALE 

Open mouth, insert hand! 



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DENNIS HALL 
LAURA HALL 



SUSAN HAMILTON 





WALT HANEY 




NANCY HANKS 





RONALD HARPS 
DIANE HARRIS 




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SANDRA HARRIS 
CYNTHIA HART 



JAMES HELMINK 
STEPHENIE HIEBEL 



"They say I don'f live far enough away for a driving 
permit. I'd like to see them getting on this bus." 



JOHN HART 
ANN HARTNEH 



MARGARET HASTO 
CHERYL HEHR 





CHARLES HIGHLAND 
JOHN HILLEGAS 





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PHYLLIS HILLER 
JOANNE HITTY 



'Did you hear the one about . . . ?" 




ALBERT HLABSE 



JOE HLABSE 



MARK HOBZEK 
DIANA HOEDT 





Three more rows and we'll make it over the wall! 

CAROLYN HUMMON 
CHARLES HUMPHREY 



DONALD HOPPERT WILLIAM HOUCK DAN HRNYAK 

LORALIE HORVATH JOHN HOWARD LYNNE HROVAT 

RICHARD HOTCHKISS SALLY HOWE ROLAND HUDEC 




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JAMES HUNT PORTIA IPAVEC 

BERNADEHE INMAN GLORIA IRWIN 



JACKLYN JACAVINO KAREN JAMBOR 
PATRICIA JAFFRAY CAROL JANITZ 



WOODROW JEDLICKA 
GARY JENNRICH 





'Oh, give me a home . . 



ALLEN JOHNS 
TIMOTHY JONES 



JOANNE JURJEV 

MARY LOU KALINOWSKI 



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JOHN KAPSCH 
NANCY KASTON 
DONNA KASUNIC 




NANCY KATANIK 
ALLENE KAUFFMAN 
RICHARD KENDALL 
KIRK KENNEDY 



BRUCE KENTNER 
CHARLOHE KERESTES 
BARBARA KING 
EILEEN KINN 



WOODROW KIRK 
GEORGEANN KISH 
PHILANNE KLEMENCIC 
CAROL KLEVAY 



JAMES KNEALE 
JACQULYN KNIESS 
JEANETTE KOENIG 
HERBERT KOETH 



MARION KOMAR 
ERIKA KONTE 
STEPHEN KOREN 
JAMES KOSMAN 



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JOHN KOVACH 
ROBERT KOVACH 



CATHERINE KOVACS 
ELAYNE KOVACS 



JUDITH KOVIC 
ROBERT KRAFT 



BARBARA KRAMER 
JOSEPH KRAMER 



JUDITH KRAMER 
VICTOR KRANZ 



'I get to play first string — you're ineligible!" 




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JANET KRAPENC THEODORE KREIT JAMES KREN KENNETH KRISTY RONALD KROMAR 



GERALDINE KROME LUCIA LANG RONALD LAPUH MARIE LAUKIAVICH DIANNE LAVO 

ROSEMARY KUHARIK CHARLES LANNING CHARLES LARDOMITA ROBERT LAUSCHE DAVID LEBER 





MICHAEL LEBER 


LINDA LEGE 


JULIA LESIAK 


JERRY LIKOVIC 


NANCY LINDQUIST 


CHARLES LEES 


CHARLES LEPPERT 


JUDITH LESKOVEC 
Fox finks! 


LINDA LINDIC 


ROGER LIPSTREU 




DIANE LIPTACK 



ALBERT LOCKER 
JOYCE LOCKER 





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The blushing bride. 



ORVILLE LOEDING LINDA LOOPE VIRGINIA LOWE 

LINDA LONG ALVINA LOVEJOY DIANE LUKAT 



JACQUELINE LUNDER 
KAREN LUTZ 




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And all that was left when the dust had cleared 
P. D. A. on the stairs of E. H. S. 




CLARE MANSPERGER 
WILLIAM MARCH 





KATHLEEN LYBARGER DON MAASWINKEL PRISCILLA MAHANY 

DON LYMAN BRIAN MAEDER CHRIS MAHER 



WANDA MAJOR JACK MALZ 

BARBARA MAKOWSKI CAROL MANDALLA 



CAROLYN MARESH ROSEMARY MARMASH NORMAN MAROLT RICHARD MARTIN GARY MASON 

THEODORE MARKLEY CHERYL MARN CATHERINE MARTIN JOAN MARZI JUDITH MASON 




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PAUL MASTRO 



EILEEN MAUSER ANNEHE MAUSSER MICHAEL MAZZEI DONNA McCULLOCH 




"Don't pull my leg!" 



SONDRA MEALL ROBERT MEDVED 





JUDITH McGARRY MARY ELLEN McGRAW LYNN McGREGOR JACQUELINE MclNTYRE BARBARA McKINLEY 




JOANNE MENART 



JERILYNN MERVAR DIANA MIHALY DONNA MIHALY NANCY MIJACEK 




FRANK MIKLACIC FLETCHER MILAN MARGARET MILAVEC PHILIP MILAVEC BONNIE MILLER 



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JERI MILLER 



SANDRA MILLER KENNETH MISICK LARRY MOONEY DON MORELL 



'Nothing like a little 'school spirit', eh Doug?' 



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CARL MORGENTHALER DIANNA MORTON JAMES MROWCA CAROLE MULFORD MARY MULLIGAN 




GLORIA MURPHY 
ROGER MURPHY 
THOMAS MURPHY 



WILLIAM MYLES 
LESLIE NASON 
SANDRA NAYLOR 



ELIZABETH NEAT 
TOM NEEDS 
PETER NEOLA 





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MAUREEN NIXON 
JOYCE NOVAK 



SHIRLEY NOVOTNY 
LINDA NURMI 



FRANK OBLAK EMILY OFFAK 

ROSWITHA OELSNER THOMAS OLEKSY 



MICHAEL ORAZEN 
CARLTON OREBAUGH 



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'These are my kind of people." 



JAMES ORR 



LAURAJEAN OWEN ROBERT PALECHEK GEORGE PANSTARES GUS PAOLUCCI 

STEVE OZNOWICH JOHN PALINKAS MICHAEL PAOLELLA DONALD PAPESH 





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JUDITH PAPP 
BETSY PAPPAS 
VIKKI PARADISO 



ROBERT PARKER 
ALISON PATRICK 
TOM PERKO 



'Give me one Mickey Mantle for two Yogi Berra's. 




JAMES PETERS 
JOEL PETERS 



ERIC PETERSON 
SIDNEY PETROLEWICZ 





'I am NOT Miss February!" 



CHARLES PICCIANO HARRY PIERCE 

JANICE PICKEH JOYCE PIKE 



CATHERINE PIPER PATRICIA PLESCIA 

RONALD PLANTAN THOMAS PLESEC PHILLIP PLESTIS 




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DONALD PODOBNIKAR JOHN POLANC 
GAIL POINTER GERALDINE POLIS 



JOSEPH POLLACK 
KATHRYNN POPIOLEK 




'Jimmy, please, I'd rather do it myself!" 



FRANK POTOCHNIK 
KENNETH POTOKAR 
CHRISTINE POULIN 






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RICK PRESKAR 
JOHN PRICE 



MARIE PROKOPOVICH GAIL PUNCOH 
JOHN PUGLIESE KATHLEEN PURTILL 



"Look coach, I pinned her!" 



WAYNE POWELL 
GAYLE PRATT 
ANTOINEHE PRAWDZIK 





ALICE RABUN 
RICHARD RACKAR 



MARY ANN RADWANICK 
NANCY RAKAS 



What would Liz Taylor do in a situation like this? 





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JOSEPH RAMONA JOHN RANDT 

ROLLIN RANDOLPH RICHARD RANKER 












"Hobzek, 1 told you not to get Mrs. Wagner's!" 


JOHN RATH 


LORENE REBA 


STEPHEN RECHNER 


DOUG REED HAROLD REICHENBACH 


BONNIE RAYMOND 


JAMES RECHNER 


SUZANNE REDMOND 


LINDA REES JOHN REIDER 





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MARGARET REIDER 
JAMES RENKO 



CAROLE REUBISH RUTH RICKSECKER 

DONALD REYNOLDS LUCY RITTER 



DAVID ROBINSON 
FRANCES ROCCO 



EDMUND ROCKEY 
RONALD ROGELL 



No more specials for me! 





MARTELLE ROMA 
ROBERT RONKE 




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PAULA ROSENBLATT DENNIS RUPERT 

JUDY ROSSODIVITA THOMAS RUPLE 

MARSHA ROUTZAHN JOSEPH RUSCIN 

ELIZABETH ROWLES ALBERT RUSS 



THOMAS RUSS 
JIM RYAN 
JOHN SABATH 
ELAINE SAJNA 





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MARILYN SANTORELLI SUE SCHADE 
ELAINE SCERANKA BARTON SCHENCK 



JOAN SCHEUFLER 
LINDA SCHEVE 



HERMINE SCHIEB EDWARD SCHNEIDER 

WILLIAM SCHMENK JEAN SCHNELLER 



Wipe that silly smile off your face! 



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JANET SCHULTZ URBAN SCOLARO 

JEANEHE SCHULTZ RICHARD SEAMAN 



Even my best friends won't tell me. 



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PATRICIA SEARS 
WILLIAM SEDERHOLM 




The spirit of the E-Roo 




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"You say you are a Hollywood producer?" 



CAROL SEDUSKY JAMES SHAW 

JOHN SEMENIK BARBARA SHEPARD 

PATRICIA SHAMBAUGH SHARON SHIROCK 
JEFFREY SHARP MARIE SIKORA 



LAURA SIMPSON ALLEN SLUGA 

LEONARD SINGER GLENN SMITH 

DOLORES SKRAJNER JAMES SMITH 

KARLENE SLATER PAULINE SMITH 



JOHN SMOLIC 
VICKI SNOW 
ANTHONY SNYDER 
DONALD SOBE 





and this leff over. 



CHERYL SOEDER CAROLYN SOMICH EILEEN SPALEK 

ELAINE SOKOL DONALD SOTKA BETTY SPALL 



DAN SPOKAS 
MARVIN SPRINGER 




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JOYCE STANEK 
GARY STANTON 



MARLENE STEFANCHIK 
RONALD STEFANCIC 



SYLVIA STEFANKO 
JANICE STEGH 



'What, me worry?" 



CARL STATZ 
RANDY STAUFFER 



PENNY STEINHOFF 
ROBERTA STERNEN 




JEANETT STILLINGER 
JOHN STINSON 




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THOMAS STOIBER 
SHARON STOJETZ 



KAREN STONE MICHAEL STRAINICK JANET STRAZIER 

NANCY STONEBACK BARBARA STRANG WALTER STREKAL 



Other girls have dates . . 




Just like at Culp's. 





'Maybe if I close my eyes, one will go away. 



ALLAN STRONG 
SUZANNE STROSS 
DAN STRUNA 



LINDA STRUNGE FRED SVEKRIC RICHARD SWISHER 

RAYMOND SUMMERS KATHRYN SWEENEY WILLIAM SYMONDS 

BEVERLY SVEKRIC BOB SWINDELL VETUS SYRACUSE 




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ROBERT SZABO LESLIE TAYLOR JAMES TEKAVEC 

SANDRA TARANTINO SANDRA TEITELBAUM ROBERT TEMPLE 



RODERICK TEMPLETON JUDITH THARP 
BARBARA TERCEK MELANIE THEODOSION 



Beery at her best? 




JANE THRONBERENS TINA TOST! 
ROBERT TORTER MARGUERITE TOTH 





You want I should cook Italian? 



MARILYN TOTH ELIZABETH TRENNEL THOMAS TUCKER CHERYL TURK 

BARBARA TRAUGER JAMES TROBENTER KATHY TUCKERMAN DOROTHY TURK 




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PAMELA TURK JOE ULEPIC JOSEPH URSINI 

DIANE TYJEWSKI WILLIAM URBANCIC ROSEMARY VACC 



PAUL VACCARIELLO 
DONALD VARGO 



"Do you think Mr. Judge will fit in our satellite?" 




ROBERT VERHOTZ 
EVELYN VESEY 






See, Ann Landers says I'm right. 



But Custard, you can't be a fink all your life. 



BARBARA VIDENSEK PAULA VIDUSICH LINDA VISLOCKY 

JAMES VIDMAR JAMES VIOLEH DIANE VITANZA 



ROBERT VON SICK JAN VUKCEVIC 

DOUGLAS VUKCEVIC MYRTLE WAGNER 





PATRICIA WALDRON 
ALLEN WALLACE 




DONNA WALSH 
KEN WALTER 



Zimmerman toasts the 
president of N. H. S. 



DOUGLAS WHEELER 
VIRGINIA WICK 
GLENN WICKES 



SHARON WATSON 
TERRY WATSON 




PATRICIA WATTERMAN 
ELIZABETH WAYDO 




JULIA WEBBE 
GAVE WESTERFIELD 





PATRICIA WILCOX ALICE WILL 

BARBARA WILCOXON NORA WILLIAMS 
ELSIE WILKE SUE WILSON 



TERRY WILSON MICHAEL WINTERS RANDOLPH WOOD 

DONALD WILTSHIRE MARSHA WITZKE JAMES WORGULL 

ALISON WINET TERRY WOHLGEMUTH ANDREW WOTSCH 





JOHN WRIGHT 
JOHN WYBAN 



STANLEY YABROFF KATHLEEN YANE PEGGY YAPEL 

SUZANNE YANCHER DONNA YANNIE JOHN YEDNOCK 



'If I weren't so tired, I'd roll ya. 



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Leslie Long and Laura Owen show their enthusiasm for drama. 




THOMAS YORK 
WILLIAM ZAFFIRO 



WILLIAM ZERAVICA JOSEPH ZIGMAN JOHN ZIMMERMAN 

GUSTAV ZEHL JAMES ZIMMERMAN MARGO ZOLA 



JANICE ZORMAN 
BERNICE ZUPANCIC 



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UNDERCLASS 

Groping, confused, searching — youth 

I have come a long way, but I'm not yet there. 

I have been trained, inducted, led 

I did not train, induct, lead. 

Life was light with few responsibilities 

I was plagued with hardships 

Of over-enjoyment and under-work 

But in the midst of my privations 

And probations 

I had this consolation with me: 

Soon I would be 

The senior. 





This was a year for discovery. I found that 
seniors were not as seniory as the august fig- 
ures I had seen through my rosy junior-high 
glasses. I read short stories in English class 
that weren't short at all, discovered bunsen 
burners and hydrogen sulfide, and bisected 
angles with good will. 

As the year progressed, I became more 
deeply involved in every dimension — it was 
a year for trying. I tried out for the Gym 
Leader's Club, trained for the Survey staff, 
bluffed tryouts for "The Skin of Our Teeth," 
braved water for Wai Napolo, and spent 
hours competing for the few places on the 
varsity basketball team. And waited. Then 
I sewed three snaps on my shirt for the Gym 
Leader's emblem, saw my first story published 
in the Survey, became a Thespian, was tor- 
mented by the Swim Club initiation, and be- 
came high point man on the varsity squad. 

As the year flew by, I knew that I was 
maturing. Scholarship and National Honor 
Society became a more important goal for 
me. I filled out schedules for the coming year, 
explored the college catalogues, and for the 
first time realized that next year there would 
be someone for me to boss. I could see more 
clearly where my path lies. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Top to bottom: Vice President Ted Goble, Secretory 
Sue Anderson, President Greg Done, Treasurer Norma Crone. 





Juniors vote for Homecoming. 




Junior Boys' Counselor, Mr. Donald Martin. 



JUNIORS 

This is the year when the student is the monkey 
in the middle. He is between the followers and the 
leaders, but the school is his. After all, the sopho- 
mores are too young to comprehend the importance 
of Euclid Senior High School and the seniors — well, 
you would hardly even know they were still in high 
school, the way they go around in the middle of 
December smelling June in the air. 

Look at the way the juniors participated in 
sports. Those cheerleaders were all juniors, and so 
were Creveling and Komocar. The juniors had the 
burden of international school relationships — one 
of them might be overseas next year in the AFS 
program. This same class had the chance to show 
Euclid to the academic world with applications for 
advanced scientific study during the summer at the 
institutions of higher learning. The juniors are the 
forgotten class, but they are the mainstay of the 
school. 





JUNIOR CABINET. Front Row: Judy Lillev, Jan HowelL Ellen Wehrie, Penny Wolf, Edna Manes. 
Second Row: Pat Alexander, Lynne Mocilniker, Sandy Davis, Linda Golaida, Ron Macks. 



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HOMEROOM 102. Front Row; Bonnie Budas, Joyce Medlen, Pat Borbato, Jackie Balogh, 
Carol Andrew, Carole Allen. Second Row: Judy Adamczewski, JoAnn Boron, Pat Alexander, 
Marilyn Barbie, Les Balukin. Third Row: Jay Bammerlin, Stuart Babin, Jack Aten, Joe Jasz- 
kewicz, John Burkhort, Marcy Becker. 



HOMEROOM 102. Sue Anderson, Kathy Ulle, Lynn Aspinwall, Diane Bacon, Donna Budinsky. 
Second Row; Mike Ark, John Bailey, John Adkins, Alison August, Bob Evangelisto. Third 
Row: Myron Apple, Paul Bonoszek, Tom Aljancic, Jim Bagocius, Terry Baber. 





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HOMEROOM 103. Front Row: Linda Smink, Irma Skrout, Sandi Smith, Suzanne Jones. Sec- 
ond Row: Charlene Brondich, Donna Siedler, Marylyn Skully, Elaine Sirko. Third Row; Terry 
Steklassa, Roberta Skelvis, Karen Skalski, Maxine Edmonds. Fourth Row: Leo Substelny, 
Tom Stahre, Bob Stotz, Allan Steich. 



HOMEROOM 103. Front Row: Joyce Splistiser, Elaine Sowul, Joanne Sovich, LaVonne 
Siegel. Second Row: Barb Spring, Charles Doyle, Esther Slugo, Sheila Skoll. Third Row: 
John Susterslc, Ron Surtz, Joe Focareto, Denise Brennan. Fourth Row: Carl Steinfurth, Lorry 
Stnolelon. Earl Switalskv. David Summers 



Well, smell me! 





HOMEROOM 105. Front Row: Marlene Blatnik, Susan Blatnik, 
Darlene Benvenulo, Sylvia Borcovic, Nancy Davis, Karen Hearn, 
Mary Ellen Bogalay. Second Row; Ken Barta, Linda Belavich, Bon- 
nie Boldin, Gail Bell, Barb Bilyk, Jo Anne Rouse, Almira Boczek, 
Michele D'Amico, Kalhy Bene. Third Row: Ron Beno, Jim Beaudry, 



Larry Jevnikor, Gary Lorber, Ken Bateman, Jim Baranowski, Don 
Peisinger, Dove Barnes, Dick Currutt. Fourth Row: Bob Mlac, Jerry 
Baum, Wayne Lasch, Bill Beacham, Vince Lenarcic, Don Beljan, Dan 
Bentley, Gerry Bowers. 




HOMEROOM 104. Front Row: James Muth, Paul Donovan, Ken Tiderman, Phil Tartaglia, Dennis Thayer, Jim 
Tkotch. Second Row: Kathy Square, Judy Strausbaugh, Morcia Steogler, Cynthia Steagler, Alma Syracuse. 
Third Row: Nancy Teegordin, Cheryl Stepina, Margaret Strozisar, Judy Stanley, Joan Slrnad, Bob Symonds. 
Fourth Row: Ed Shurmon, Ken Takacs, Rich Tarantino, Bruce Boehmer, Betty Erzen, Jim Marsey, Linda Strnishc. 
Fifth Row: Frank Davis, Anna Stepic, Elaine Sturm, Jim Tekavec, Jim Tegel, Dean Cost, Bob Thorpe. 



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HOMEROOM 108. Front Row: Laura Vahcic, Marie Vovko, MorMyn Verbic, Ellen Wehrle, Marion Wasenda. Second Row: 
Carol iwonski, Bev Werley, Sue Watts, June Novotny, Cheryl Vernick, Karen Holmes. Third Row: Carol Webb, Fran Wervey, 
Walter Wolonski, Joan Whittaker, Gerri Urbancic, Amber Urbancek. Fourth Row: Denise Shinosky, Mike Weber, Steve 
Watts, Jeff Whitoker, Bob Elek. Fifth Row: Sigrid Von Rekowski, Dole Woltermire, Alan Wolf, Jack Wilson, David Urh. 
Sixth Row; Tom Walters, Don Wilbert, Lee Wicks, Walter Wislum, John Wichert, Craig Winder. 



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HOMEROOM 106. Front Row: Bob Deans, Kurt Blumenstein, Nils Berglund, Tom Brennon, Walt Boyer, Dave 
Morgan, Joe De Witt. Second Row: Jan Brozalovics, Sharon Seifert, Linda Zust, Karen Breen, Diane Brule, 
Michael Bocskey, James Kane, Diane Bone. Third Row: Jim Blankschoen, Gary Bernstein, Margie Brown, Barb 
Bradford, Donna Bone, Harold Blackburn, Les Carlson, Dennis Bluhm. Fourth Row: Cheryl Bruce, Cheryl Brown- 
ing, Paul Schultz, Sandy Borgsteadt, Ellen Brigden, Michelle Breskvar, Jean Boyd, Jackie Brown, Karen Koepke. 




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HOMEROOM 120. Front Row: Marie Smith, Sondi Cinco, Rosemory Cicco, Jo-Ell Corruthers, 
Betty Knock, Ellen Corlson. Second Row: Sandy Willioms, Linda Burr,s^ R,to Jusko, Sue 
Stankiewicz Lucy Smith, Linda Cipriani, Don Cherne. Third Row: Borb Herrschaft, Joonne 
Cesnik Eloi'ne Chounce, Judy Coleman, Connee Chiodo, Connie Carroll, Karen Burns, Jo 
Capretli. Fourth Row: Mike Covell, Rich Collins, Kenneth Capulo, Bill Coine, Chuck Petro, 
Gary Carpenter, Ed Carroll, Alan Consilio, Bob Cirino. 



HOMEROOM 125. Front Row: Mary Dailey, Kolhy Cov.3rt, Doris Collins, John Groce, Doug Demian. Second Row: John 
Fleshin, Barry Crawford, Paul Debevec, Cheryl Cook, Gloria Cornwell, Jill Collins. Third Row: Gary lomos, Greg Done, Dove 
Amos, Al DeVictor, Eugene Diulus Fourth Row Jan Orehek, Norma Crone, Joonn Comport, Judy Craig. Fifth Row; Gene 
DiNordo, lorry Domin, Jim Tur.ch, Lynn Debeljok, Marvin Katz 






HOMEROOM 133. Front Row: Al Dillllo, Gerry Likovic, Norm Morolt, Chris Moher, Bill Adam. Second Row: Tony Gooch, Jean Eeckhoul, Mark Geiger, 
Gary Mason, Frank Mikloclo. 




HOMEROOM 109. Front Row: Denise Young, Sue Wright, Doris Young, Jo Ann Zdara, Laura Wittine, Kathy Zanghi, 
Nancy Yeary, Sandy Zdanowicz, Mary Wolanski, Penny Wolf. Second Row: Gail Moloney, Ed Bugos, Tim Cay, Dan 
Rankin, Jo Yanni, Diane Yoger, Veronica Yager, Sue Yager, Jean Wrenn, Don Burhenne, Tony Yonnl. Third Row: Larry 
Wright, Tonnie Zadnick, Bill Sporcik, Penny Yonchar, Jim Zoos, Ray Fuerst, George Spuhler, Dave Zoller, Paul 
Cox, Rich Creveling. 



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HOMEROOM 204. Front Row: Roe Res, Carol Galunga, Sue Gill, Diane 
Geisky. Second Row: David Henderson, Marilyn Fogel, Sandra Froom, 
Rich Griffith. Third Row; Bob Hagberg, Sally Forker, Mary Schneller' 
Linda Galaida. Fourth Row; John Amos, Carl Komraus, Bill Hobson 
Jim Gorslene. 



HOMEROOM 204. Front Row: Jackie Wilkinson, Marjory Frost, Linda 
Fox. Second Row; Morlene Fuchs, Donna Germovsek, Ann Schultz, 
Mike Holler. Third Row; Ron Herbst, Don Hathaway, Artie Noch, Tom 
Horwood. Fourth Row: John Groofmeyer, Bill Hotherill, Bill Hertz, 
Carl Burger. 




HOMEROOM .205. Front Row; Gene Eyer, Terry 
Springer, Ron Gobriel, Don Goster, Rick Goinor. Sec- 
ond Row; Joyce Ellis, Rita Marthin, Bobbie Hill, Monica 
Fabec, Connie Zurlo, Mary Fasko. Third Row; Nancy 
Emser, Dale Evans, Dorothy Eckerman, Peggy Dobni- 
kar, Judy Lilley, Sherry Downen. 





HOMEROOM 208. Front Row: Pat Deegan, Sandi Cook, Joan Domberger, Helen DiSonto, Sandy Davis. Second 
Row; Lorraine Deans, Donette DiBiasio, Rich Fabritius, Gerry Dougtierty, Bea DiDonolo, Diane Day. Third Row; 
Ron Ferrel, Keitti Stoner, Andy Fende, Lorry Miller, Joe Eckenrode, Ralph Dreis. 



HOMEROOM 20i. Front Row: Jim Belanich, Ted Cesser, Glen Foster, Dove Garland, Brian Glick. 
Second Row: Sharon Drenik, Anita Dombrowski, Janet Dvornik, Linda Dutko, Helen Estvander, 
Connie Falton. Third Row: John Orlikowski, Roy Bermond, Doug Foster, Bill Gant, Ray Van Ooyen, 
Tom Gilliotli, Joe Giordano. 











Safari in the blackboard jungle. 



HOMEROOM 215. Front Row: Bob Temple, Bill Zaffiro, Dan Spokos, Rich Seaman, Carol Reubish, Jim Renko. Second Row: Alice Rabun, Marilyn Winger, 
Dottie Turk, Suzanne Redmond, Jeanetle Schultz, Doug Swisher, John Zimmerman, Marilyn Santorelli, Dennis Fabec, Steve Oznowich. Third Row; John Smolic, 
Allen Sluga, Glen Smith, Bob Verhotz, Dennis Rupert, Joe Ulepic, Carl Statz, Marvin Springer, Don Reynolds, Terry Watson. 





HOMEROOM 214. Front Row: Karen Heckert, Carolyn H 
Linda Guttmann. Second Row: Rosemarie Hall, Lmdo Ha 
DiPuccio, Bob Jackson, Rich Jost, Third Row: Rick Ko 
Judice, Tom Koib, Bill Sweeney. Fourth Row: Bob J< 
Bruce Jones, Mary Beth Kovach, Beth Hohn, Dori Heb 



ry, Lynn Payne, Judi Hallack, Anita Habion, Edna Hones, 
amilton, Diane Henderson, Robin Honno, Sandy Holtermon, Jean 
Dennis Kocperski, Rich Kaehler, Joe Ivonko, Mike Sanlay, Ed 
n, Dave Koprosy, Grelchen Havreberg, Leslie Harris, Nick Kazar, 




HOMEROOM 209. Front Row; Dennis Hoernig, Dan Boer, Judy Gozoski, Karen Guenther, Pot Greer, Donna Grubac, Jon Golon. Second Row: Gayle 
Zanyk, Dan Hylkemo, Ron Howard, Mary Beth Green, Mary Ellen Gojok, Fat Miller, Helen Fogel, Sherry Gombach. Third Row: Elyse Grimm, Sondy Guild, 
Don Hull, Jim Hula, Roy Hendy, Bob Hula, Ron Hrovot, Carl Hurwitch. Fourth Row: John Horton, Bernre Hohs, Rosemary Gross, Dave Mikolsky, John Hum- 
phries, Ken Hrovat, Carol Grill, Joan Delsanter, Joyce Goodwin. 



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HOMEROOM 227, Front Row: Kathy Krince, Kathy Kolegor, Mary Korthols, Joyce Knoch, Jean Knoch, Vol Miklausich, Donne Weeks, Marilyn Chiofolo. 
Second Row: Kathy Korosec, Linda Krecic, Reggie Korthols, Carole Krapence, Donna Kobe, Mary Ann Kostansek, Elaine Koval, Jean Krzepino, Donna 
Horn. Third Row: Ron Mocks, George Mcllrcth, Don Madey, John Lutsch, James Lunder, Darrel Lovejoy, Bruce Coyle, Don Bumgardner. Fourth Row: 
Gary Love, Jim Malnor, Gary Lo Conti, Tom Loncalo, Ralph Luffler, Dave Lorence, Dan Liggett, Mike Lorenzo, Keith McDerment. 




HOMEROOM 224. Front Row: Barb Hille, Mary Hotchkiss, Patricia Hurlburt, Janet Howell, Shirley Kokely, Nicole Wohlegemuth, Judy Frustere, Jackie Hynes. 
Second Row: Gerald King, Don Klonn, Judy Hocevor, Rose Belonich, Connie Holwick, Carol Hoffman, Jan Houry, Marian Hunt, Cindy Hoedt. Third Row: 
Anna Klancar, Jane Holloway, Diane Jonis, Bill King, Alan Krone, Joel Koci, Jim Burich, Allen Kovar. Fourth Row: John Komocor, Ken Klug, John Kelly, Andy 
Kissel, Rich Koller, Bev Holcomb, Sue Horsey, Ted Knop, Jim King. 

HOMEROOM 228. Front Row: Berta Kirk, Heidi Lasnik, Gloria Muir, 
Barb Shuber, Barb Leach. Second Row: James Mos'on, Louie Milazzotto, 
Al Miklavcic, Terry May, Dennis Miklavic. Third Row: Janis Letney, 
Toni Legan, Roberta Lanza, Bev Miller, Caro Van Scoder, Janet Leep- 
er. Fourth Row: Betty Lesiok, Jonis Chopyak, Sandy Lemm, Sandy 
Lewis, Pearl Lefor, Becky Leake. Fifth Row: Margie Lilley, Jim Mar- 
tucci. Bill Miller, Joyce Kotnik, Sue LaPorte, Peggy Fisher. Sixth Row: 
Richard Masek, Ron Masek, Rich Miller, Jim Milovec, Joel Marino, Jack 
Sumrodo. 



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HOMEROOM 225. Front Row: Carol Kotolenoc, Lillian Karl, Rosemary Boselin, Connie Keller, Second 
Row; Brendo Klovoro, Solly Carter, Laureen Kitko, Carol Zimmerman. Third Row: Linda Kipp, Joan 
Kozak, Barboro Staroslonko, Kothy Jonoilis, Bill Lemmons. Fourth Row: Leonard Kulka, Eric Lorkin, 
Eric Lorsen, Richard Lewis, Ed Kuchling. 



HOMEROOM 225. First Row: Pat Kane, Donna Koselak, Nodine Kendro, Marilyn Leber. Second Row: 
Linda Cebron, Pom Slocomb, Dolores King, Cheryl King. Third Row: Judy Vorhees, Lonnie Felden, 
John Loin, Andy Kukorelli. Fourth Row: Barb Kirchner, Rich Lokolosh, Tom Leilis, Fred LaPorte, Bob 
Langham. 




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HOMEROOM 315. Front Rowr Sharon Lorenzo, Carol Lonchar, Sheryl Lefkowitz, Pat McKnlgtit, Madelyn Skitzki, Darlene Rhodes, Leslie Long, Judy McCarthy, 
Joyce McKibben. Second Row: Cheryl Lofgren, Linda McKee, Marilyn Lis, Margaret Lynch, Pat Lyie, Sue Nelson, Ken Nemerovsky, Duone Mohoric. Third Row: 
Colin Murdoch, Dennis Vantilburg, Nancy McNab, Rich Glass, Bob Muehleisen, Mike Morgan, Jim Nebe, Dennis Holms. Fourth Row: Ignas Musteikis, Cole 
Murray, Don DIBartolomeo, Rich Morse, Cameron Moore, Tom Gozelinchick, Lorry Hopkins, Jack Neumore. 




HOMEROOM 309. Front Row; Lee Ann Neil, Linda Nalepo, Sharon Morse, Lynn Murphy, Carol Montsch, Norma Morell, Marsha Mullenix, Barb Modlin. 
Second Row: Robert Kermavner, John Maynard, Dave Newnes, Cynthia Nagode, Joe Mahovlic, Gary Peters, Ed Pesec, John Perrotii, Martin Zifko. 
Third Row: Robert Pormertor, Pom Nada, Hans Pesch, Mike Potronis, Carol Mog, Kothy Nehls, Greg Peterson, Al Paolo, Cloyd Peters, Ken Perusek. 



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HOMEROOM 321. Front Row: Judi Mervis, Marilyn Monsperger, Mary Ann Minnillo, Lenore Miller, JoAnn Mikovich, Rosalie Miione, Rosonn Tokes, Barb 
Mills, Nancy Meyers. Second Row: Ray Riggs, Gory O'Neill, Roy Palenschot, Tom Nimelli, Bill Stair, Tom Ockunzzi, Judd Oiler, Joe Tucceri, Pete Oia. 
Ttiird Row: Jerry Norsic, Laurel Nestlerode, Lynne Mocilnikar, Lory Henwood, Linda Miller, Loretta Morincic, Jane Miko, Nancy Matejkowski, Linda Mehls, 
Tim Plommer. 




HOMEROOM 230. Front Row: Voltiy Jernejcic, Diane Salyan, Barb Olah, Bruce Hobzek, Vicky Zieloskiewicz, Sue Willson. Second Row: Judy Monce, Kathy 
Gustetic, Roberta Jotinslon, Judy Gulti, Joanne Pinto, Louise Traven. Third Row: Rich Lewis, Bob Price, Jerry Dragonette, Mike Poller, Roger Brezec, Ted 
Goble. Fourth Row: Barb Kmelz, Bob Shoner, Elaine Begaike, Carole Molovic, Gail Lang, Barb Krepshow. Fifth Row: Bruce Hyne, Ed Foster, Dole Mochan, 
Gory Kottler, Allan Molz, Bob Ipovec. 



HOMEROOM 322. Front Row: Peggy Tipping, Carol Papp, Cathy Nenodol, Carol Nenodol, Sue Poulovcin, Rick Peterson, Charlotte Ogorevc, Shirley Ogrin, 
Jan Pearn, Cheryl Niswender, Eloise Hoynes. Second Row: Jim Powalie, Leslie Onderdonk, Jim Petty, Jerry Powolie, Sue Allen, Tom Plickert, Bob Leiand, 
Kathy Patton, Pat Oren, Mary Lynn Paganie, Carol Ponichi. Third Row: Richard Lee, Tom Petrochic, Jerry Lupas, John Pozun, Bob Lesko, Tony Petruzzi, 
Jim Pietro, Janet Ostkar, Chris Pinkney, Linda Pawlus, Sharon Popolko, Nikki Phillips. 





HOMEROOM 323. Front Row; Jim Mock, Carol Peterson, Sharon Pylick, Jackie Peterko, Corole Reese, Dorlene Piscopo, Bill Reinke. Second Row: Kothie 
Clemence, Cindy Rebo, Mike Romano, Lenore Rast, Maureen Pratt, Patricia Redding, Karen Pike, Dove Roil. Third Row: John Viburs, George Cosey, Jock 
Reichenbach, Sam Rockwell, Art Reder, Bob Prijotelj, Charles Robinson. Fourth Row: Diane Pertick, Judy Pirc, John Ellul, Bob Roesch, Gary Reed, Don 
Romano, Richard Redmond, Jim Rosipko. 



HOMEROOM 326F. Front Row: Carmelo Trivisonno, Sharon Tomasello, Eslelle Terranovo, Barb Truskolaski, Linda Tomko, Linda Tho 
Tekavec. Second Row: Betty Unick, Kalhy Turk, Nancy Ulle, Frances Ulle, Beverly Tramte, Cindy Traina, Pat Thomas, Margaret Troxl 
Paul Tokhinski, Ken Whelon, Jim Ullestod, George Verner, Dan Omanski, Jerry Vilolo, Dennis Tramte, Judy Uronkai 
Usalis, Steve Toward, Jerry Vend, Dave Nesbett, Joe Urbonick, Dole Traven, Sandy Tucceri. 



Margaret 

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Fourth Row: Len Uronis, Bob 





HOMEROOM 329. Front Row: Pot Sernel, Pat Scherer, Jo Ann Shirk, Rog SprochI, Tom Purdy, John Sivec, Pot Purdy, Lionel Smith, Gail Scheid, Char 
Sedmak, Laura Ryder. Second Row: Linda Sherrill, Nancy Sheppard, Carol Serkownik, Diane Wilkes, Joan Shoughnessy, Margo Schaffer, Cynthia 
Shields, Jane Schulte, Ruthonne Seguin, Rose Ann Sarama. Third Row: Dennis Spate, Henry Spolar, William Sneller, Gary Ostrowski, George Sirca, 
Dove Howe, Martin Mozzei, Norbert Stewart, Gary Snyder, Kenneth Nickel, Bruce Stanley. 




HOMEROOM 324. Front Row: Linda Roberts, Sandy Rodencic, Cheri Roland, Eileen Rodgers, Roberta Rochkor, Marianne Erzen, Jane Rowland. 
Second Row; Dove Sedmak, John Scott, Roger Sanderson, Rich Ruuska, Wade Schuette, John Schaser, Paul Naujoks, Anne Springer. Third 
Row; Vicki Regolbuto, Linda Rogers, Jackie Roschy, Margaret Rupor, Carol Rinehart, Diann Ross, Janet Rose, Donna Romano. Fourth Row; John 
Cerne, John DeMell, Ron Sarstedt, Ron Jenko, Jon Schroeler, John Roth, Gary Runyon, Bob Schiemonn. 



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Sophomores await the selling of magazines with great expectations. 




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HOMEROOM 118. Front Row: John Benner, Richard Berger, Thomas Barrett, Joe Bensi, Dave Benner. 
Second Row: Sharon BerganI, Elizabeth Beretic, Rosonne Beni, Diane Regovic, Carolyn Berntson, Chris 
Berardinis, Jessica Basinger. Third Row: Beverly Batic, Susan Bencin, Sharen Belshaw, Donna Beechuk, 
Karen Benso, Phyllis Piper, Pot Beemon. Fourth Row: Frank Berus, Bruce Baumgardl, Chris Beery, Tom 
Barnhart, David Beaumont, Craig Benedict, David Bell. Fifth Row: Charles Hammett, Robert Berry, Tom 
Kevern, Phil Beining, Ted Bending, Dennis Berzinskas, Tom Bavec. 





Sophomore Class Counsellors, Mrs. Helen Stewart and Mr. Frank Troglia. 




SOPHOMORES 

No longer the "big bosses," sophomores found 
the realm of high school less romantic than they had 
imagined, but not disappointing. To sophomores, 
everything was magnanimous, — mass gym classes, 
the trudge from one side of the school to the other 
with the new stairway system, the superior seniors, 
the biology book, and the library. It was big and it 
was rough: teachers expected more mature work, 
sophomores tried harder, and they accomplished 
more. Despite their inexperience and difficulties en- 
countered, sophomores soon discovered short cuts 
and found their size to be no barrier. Filled with 
curiosity, anticipation, and that go-getter spirit, they 
cheered loudest at the basketball games, downed 
the most cokes at the soda bar, and swamped the 
intramural program. But then there were more than 
enough of them to do it. 



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HOMEROOM 110. Front Row: Bob Abbott, George Borobas, Steve Barnett, Greg Adam. Second Row: Cliarles Andrus, Eileen Arnold, Bonnie Aucelli, 
Sandy Barker, Doris Baitt, Barb Baker, Donna Barbre, Rick Aten. Third Row: Carl Aiken, Joe Mustar, John Bombakakis, Sam Amato, Rich Baldini, 
Terry Assad, Herb Anderson. Fourth Row: Linda Axford, Karen Aufmuth, Janet Avery, Sue Baker, Denise Alecci, Judy Azuiiano, Phyllis Abozia. Fifth 
Row: Ken Aubel, Jack Ambrose, Dan Proznovsky, Keith Bailey, John Allar, John Armstrong, Tom Arvidson 



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HOMEROOM 107. Front Row: Geoffrey Miller, Dorryl Max- 
well, Don Miller, Bob McKenzie, Henry McLean, Ed Mc- 
Mahon. Second Row: Bonnie McArthur, Sue McClain, Karen 
Mawson, Jeanne Milde, Carol Moupin, Shoron McGill, Ro- 
berta McKenzie. Tfiird Row: Frank Mesec, Jo Anne Mikla- 
vic, Laura McCartney, Connie Mierke, Sandy Mattes, Barb 
McMotion, Roulette McCulloch, Rita Miller, Bonnie Mooney, 
Dionne Mekedis. Fourth Row: Bill Metcalf, Bill Miller, Bruce 
Miller, Bob Mervor, Craig Miller, Lou Milone, Ron Miller, Bob 
Mesler, Mike Merritt, Jim Miller, Paul Miller. 



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HOMEROOM 201. Front Row: Pot Colt, Sandy Ctiapos, Mary Cavan, Larry Chambers, Dennis Cebul, 
Bob Ciammaictiello. Second Row: Linn Conley, Ann Cimbalos, Mary Cornelia, Rosemary Cooney, 
Reg Clotls, Ken Coleman. Third Row: Bob Clasen, Vic Colombi, Terry Cooper, Ron Ceso, Bob Comen- 
schek, Sharon Cook. 



HOMEROOM 201. Front Row: Joyce Chisholm, Peg Price, Connie Coppers, Marie i.nolewicki, Sue 
Coddington, Joan Clark. Second Row: Diane Carducci, Maureen Clemence, Sandy Carpenter, Sue 
Cochran, Ben Cavell, Bernie Cergol. Third Row: Fred Cooper, Bob Coode, Tom Cooper. Phil Cebular, 
Kris Carter. Ruth Carlson. 





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HOMEROOM 212F. Front Row: Rich Courtney, Pom Davison, Joonn Debelok, Andrea Daskivich, Antoinette Demico, Karen DiBianca, Maureen Mahoney, 
Kathy DiLillo, Ken DeLaat, Jim D'Amico. Second Row: Mike Dempsey, Gary Lovorgno, Bob Cwick, Jim Dadante, Tim Debevec, Barb Grain, Kotliy Courter, 
Nancy Delost, Charlene Marsey. Third Row: Mike Doyle, Bill Dock, Cheryl Cradis, Carol Diehl, Sandy Deere, Cheryl Darling, Angela Cutrone, Maureen 
Day, Rich Cunningham. Fourth Row: Tom Deokins, Jim Davis, Dole Dieckmonn, Scot Wombsgans, Dennis Culmer, Lowell Cox, Paul DiPaolo, Ron DiSantis, 
Don DiSantis. 




HOMEROOM 131. Front Row: Joan Brooks, Sondi Coble, Donita Cameron, Kathy Butt, Dee Ette Bryant, 
Skip Campbell, Jim Burnett, Darlene Brodnik. Second Row: Connie Bretton, Laraine Burke, Merrie 
Butterfield, Karen Briggs, Paul Bright, Douglos Cure, Frank Burk, Larry Bydash, Frank Calavitlo. Third 
Row: Dorrell Boumgardner, Bill Bryant. Jim Compbell, Lorry Dielzel, Tom Brewer, Pat Buzikowski, Janet 
Brooks, Rich Camino, Debbie Brown, 



HOMEROOM 218. Front Row: Harvey Doremus, Doug Donner, Barry Doyle, Kathy Domitor, Karen Leovic, Diane Dular, Pam Duncan, Betty DuRose, Jacque- 
line Duty. Second Row; Kathy Emmert, Linda Emmert, Sharon Dutro, Christine Evans, Carol DuPlago, Kathy Enright, Janet Estanich, Joy Douglas, Janet 
Dinle. Third Row: Stan Dritz, Mike Engeike, Randy Ehinger, Glen Erickson, George Edwards, John Dutrow, Tim Essick, John Edwardsen, Solly Tiedman. 
Fourth Row: Tom Ducco, Tom Ehlert, Pot Duffy, Ron Brondich, Tom Loesch, Donna Dennis, Kathy Dragolich, Beo Naelitz. 






HOMEROOM 226B. Front Row: Pot Gullo, Beverly Grillo, Alice Grdonc, Mary Lynn Girestimmer. Second Row: Kcttiy 
Griffis, Linda Horgos, Lynda Hole, Germoine Gruboc, Linda Hall. Third Row: David Gray, John Gray, Lorry Hanson, 
Larry Beck. Fourth Row: Roy Gyrycon, Michael Greenfield, Sam Guardo, Bill Hagstrand, Alfredo Gutierrez. 



HOMEROOM 226B. Front Row: Gail Gulbenkian, Connie Gregurich, Vera G|ivanoich, Linda Grugel. Second 
Mary Grcor, Jean Grimsic, Susan Gulich, Sharyn Harrison. Third Row: Eileen Hasse, Vickie Greben, Dale Gre 
Harvey Mills. Fourth Row: Jerry Gustie, Kingsley Guy, Bob Grigas, Chip Holler, Tom Holbedel. 




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HOMEROOM 222. Front Row: Sharon Evans, Shelby Feiko, Sherry Fetko, Dana Fine, Joyce Fine, Chris Fiorelli, Pal Fielitz, Craig Farley, Barbara Zmijewski, 
Marilyn Flanagan, Karen Felden, Judith Wrobel, Dale Fenster. Second Row: Morlene Ferencoak, Judith Freytag, Betsy Foy, Betty Francis, Frances Felz, Bob 
Farinocci, Ron Fowler, Judy Fensch, Jan Filipsovic, Martin Francis, Marcio Friedman, Karen French, Ellen Fike. Third Row: Richard Everstine, Ray Frank, 
Jeff Foust, Don Farmon, Ron G. Fowler, Ron Evans, John Kovatch, Shannon Fink, Ed Fitzgerald, Bill Fier, Terry Fritch, Gory Fortune, Lee Firebaugh. 



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HOMEROOM 226F. Front Row: Dave Gottscholl, John Roskell, George Gogan, Liz Geyer, Cheryl Goryanes, Tom Frohllch, Tim Troyer, Dove Gouch, Dale 
Gllck, Sandy Glotz, Wayne Gould, Elaine Gibson. Second Row: Sandy Gfeiler, Jeff Fryer, Harvey Goertz, Diane Gershow, Madeline Gorman, Joe Geno- 
vese. Sue Geyer, Elaine Geiger, Terry Gibson, Larry Gibson, Bruce Glick, Joe Gorvos. Third Row: Ken Girod, Tony Genaro, Gene Gainar, Chris Goulis, 
Ernie Gerbetz, Bruce Geddes, Tom Gooch, Bob Gildone, Sharin Glavic, Ken Gojdo, Grey Goodyear, Gory Graf, Jim Gergotz. 



'Let your fingers do the walking 





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HOMEROOM 304. Front Row: Jim Devney, Bob Engel, Dennis Hocevor, Rich Hess, Tom Hoppert, Joiy Holder, Jim Hough. Second Row: Barb Heimiclc, Ed 
Mauser, Kathy Hoviland, Charlotte Hildebrond, Marcella Hefner, Doug Hibbord, Diana Hodgson, Karen Henderson, Lou Hodokievic. Third Row: Jon 
Hoffmeyer, Leon Lindic, Mike Long, Bill Hitty, Eric Hertfelder, Jim Petersen, John Holcombe, Connie Hill. Fourth Row: Bob Horn, Mike Holloman, Gale 
Heighten, Dona Hide, Aldona Hocevor, Evelyn Hlod, Loretta Henikman, Dianne Hermsdorfer, Jon Heinlein. 





"How can all of these people be named George Smith?' 



HOMEROOM 312. Front Row; Linda Kasunic, Kathie Kavon, Sandy Kessler, Judi Jones, Diane Kaprosy, Anita Koblitz. Second Row: Pol Jobe, Syl 
Nancy Patrick, Richard Kershaw, Steve Kay, Carl Jernejcic, Laurel Kellogg. Third Row: Betty Johnson, Barbara Kendle, Ken Kapley, Lyn Kar 
Johnson, John Kasinac, Marilyn King, Roberta Kelly. Fourth Row: Laura Kempert, Bill Kelley, Ed Keller, Rich Hodunk, Terry Kearns, John Kolte 
Johnson, Martin Kelley. 



via Kasunic, 
on, Russell 
bach, John 





HOMEROOM 316. Front Row: Liz Lomocchia, Tom Wilson, John Biakeslee, Karen Lockner, Mary Ann Long, Pat Kwiechien, Dave LaMacchia. Second Row: 
Paul Kuchorski, Laura Lonser, John Laseke, Lenny Lange, Ken Ruchorsk, Fred Krotine, Gory Lamb. Third Row: Wayne Kuklo, Elaine Lapinskas, Ernie Krysty, 
John Burns, Jim Kurrent, John Lamb, Tom Lomont, Bob Kruck. 




HOMEROOM 305. Front Row; Betty Zodnikar, Michele Kmet, Pat Infantolino, Lynn Humphrey, Joyce Ivins, Jac- 
queline Hovon, Wanda Hughes, Janet Hribar, Gerry Jablonski, Linda Hunter. Second Row: Lynda lacofano, Judy 
Jean, Robert Iseman, Sallie Cadwallader, Tim Howe, Bob Kibler, Tony lacofano, Louis Fioritto, Carol Howe, Kathy 
Hunter. Third Row: Gory Hyde, Hilary Hunn, Maurine Jackson, Carole Jelenic, Stephen Hatras, Bill James, Kathy 
Jelenic, Terry Hughes, Tony ipovec. Ken Hrovot, Carol Oren. 



HOMEROOM 313. Front Row; Bob Kostreba, Terry Korosec, Kathy Krich, Beth Knox, Mary Klosky, Al Kostreba, Claudia Kocher, Barb Koss, Karen 
Kropf, Jeff Kinsey. Second Row: Tom Kirchner, Ron Koren, Bob Kostreba, Doug Kirchner, Phil Koziera, Mike Kopach, Jock Korthals, John Krieger, Ed 
Kozlevcar, Olive Koger. Third Row; Dave Krai, Frank Krone, Ralph Kirchener, Gory Kleckner, Roy Kitaoko, Sue Kniess, Sue Klouga, Marilyn Kozak, 
Kathy Kolmorgen, Laura Klemenc, Frances Komar. 





HOMEROOM CHORAL ROOM A. Front Row: Cindy Nagy, Jon Molchak, Goyle Moskowitz, Pot Mulholl. Second 
Row: John Nemeth, Lorry Noylor, Pete Nogode, Pal Morse, Ben Morris. Third Row: Jane Musick, Marlene Noss, 
Gail Nordy, Marly Moinar, Koy Moulder, Gerri Myers. Fourlh Row: Donna Moreiti, Leslie Nelson, Janel Nainiger, 
Carol Moffell, Morgarel Molinaro. Fiflh Row: Kalhy Moore, Frank Monteri, Lorry Fronko, Jim Monoyudis, Bob 
Nokaji, Bob Morris. Sixlh Row: Terry Morgan, Jim Murray, Ken Moore, Tom Moenich, Bob Lemieux, Roger 
Murray. 



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Front Row: Sam Black, John Latch 


aznik, Ida Lisuzzo 


Kathi Kronk. Secontj Row: Marth 


im McConocha, Jin 


Leppert, Mary Lowry, Suzanne L 


Waureen Lohmeyer, 


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Mary Ann Lovick, Irer 
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John Lehr, Barbara Little, 
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Mike Lindsey, Doug Lilley. 



Nancy Linsley, Jo Ann 
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HOMEROOM 325. Front Row: Debby Mohany, Kathy Holos, Donno Magri, 
Kothy Luckoy, Morcy Lushin, Gloria Marts, Bob Malinak, Mary Marolt, Bonn 
MacDonald, Sharon Morn, Jean March, Carolyn Luich, Karen MacDonold, Cc 
Mock, Dennis Matko, Bob Lucci, George Martinsen, Betty Luksic. 



lie Monley, Betsey Mahe 
irincic, Carol Monsuy, De 
Mandel. Fourth Row: T. 



::ndy Lutsch, Holly Lu 
Molenda. Third Row: 
lube. Chuck Mallue, 



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Mortic, Craig 

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HOMEROOM Ch.Rm^B: Front Row: Chor ie O'Neill, Michael Pclodino, Eric Neylon, Michael Paiko, Marilyn Ogrinc, Rita Novak, Charles 
Ott. Second Row: Charlotte Pahvoda, Wayne Opalk, Joann Pannetta, Christine Pado, Christine Palfy, Colleen Otis, Richa d Page 
P°a;:s'' J a° N •; °7 ^?:o°'°^'rI' ^r"' '°"^"''"^' "'^'^^ ''°''°' ^-V Ann Ofciorcik, Denise Om;rza, Patricia Oberstar Ronald 
Paes,JeannaNe,son Fourth Row: GeraldmeOrozen, Kathleen O'Connell, Colvin Packard, Michael Noonan, Tom Neumon, Dale 
Oster, Judith Novmc, Linda Palmer, John Palmer. ■.cuinui,, L/uie 

HOMEROOM CAFETERIA B. Front Row: Linda Price, Lois Pyle, Teresa Popovich, Pat Popovich, Rose Pink, Betty Preston. 
Second Row: Carol Pohly, Carol Prileson, George Singer, Karen Pungerchar, Sheila Pierce, Linda Ralls. Third Row: Linda 
Picozzi, Andy Prokop, Diane Powers, Joe Plovock, Al Ranallo, Ken Rafter. Fourth Row: Darlene Pragocy, Dennis Race, Nora 
Piper, Joan Pureber, Hal Prosek, Garth Proctor, Larry Plesnicar. Fifth Row: Howie Price, Al Podboy, Don Price, Andre 
Polsinelli, Jim Robe, Ed Racich. 




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HOMEROOM Cafe A. Front Row: Kothy Re 
Rerko, Barb Peiek, Mary Ellen Relelinkar. < 
Judy Rearce, Amy Ricciono, Chris Retkovich, 
Tom Pavlik, A! Patterson, Frank Retrik, Charle 
Petruzzi. 



, Jean Retkovsek, Sue 
J Row: Bonnie Retiek, 
Pereksta. Third Row: 
lips, Paul Pavlik, John 



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HOMEROOM Cafe A. Front Row: Jim Perry, Bob Paulsen, Kurt Pfeiffer, 
Bob Perkins. Second Row: Joonn Perry, Barb Rerko, Ethel Taylor, Romoin 
Penkola. Third Row: Gertrude Rhilipp, Joyce Pettit, Linda Ropp, Sarah 
Patterson, Morlene Pardi. Fourth Row: Rich Peterson, Nick Rerencevich, 
Larry Porziole, Dave Reek, Amy Rercic. 




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HOMEROOM CAFETERIA D, Front Row: Donna Schervish, Loreen Sabol, Janet Scribner, Betty SoFreed, Marie Ruth, Pan 
Sctilegel. Second Row: Don Schuiz, Janet Rudd, Sharon Roznik, Martha Schwarz, Pat Sajna, Cathy Scheiner, Pom Rudii 
nis Schmaltz, Fred Schutt, Eric Schultz, Jim Banker, Dick Schroeder, John Sos, Gerry Russ, Mike Ruscin, Frank Sajovic. 
Sounwoy, Martin Seredich, Ken Schmeltzer, Bob Schneider, Rich Schouval, Bob Sodler, Tom Schultheis, Bob Schumacher. 



Scheurman, Carolyn Schott, Laura 
Bonnie Rozman. Third Row: Den- 
Fourth Row; Harvey Rubin, Chet 



HOMEROOM Cafe E 
Smith, Susan Shemki 
Shoaff, Kathy Skonii 
Soeder, Sonja Skrlj. 



Front Row: Loran Shoffer, Joe Setina, Gary Smith, Al 
nas, Kathy Soeder, Arlene Snitzky, Char Snoble. Thirc 
r, Sharon Skupic. Fourth Row: Dawn Sielaff, Ray Shirk 
Fifth Row: Bill Somers, Ron Skuliy, Art Sherwood, Sus 



r, Bob Shenkel. Second Row: Donna Smith, Marion Severino, Norma 
Linda Shemitz, Bob Solinski, Dave Semick, Roberta Slusser, Karen 
no Shamansky, James Semick, Karl Slaybaugh, Jo Smrdel, Barb 
ith, JoAnn Snowbrick, Janis Sippola, Janice Smeker. 





HOMEROOM CAFE. C. Front Row; Tony Romano, Mike Robey, Bob Riebe, Tom Rieder. Second Row: 
Margaret Reynolds, Donna Rihtorschich, Doreen Ricci, Christine Ross, Carrie Ratzmon, Sue Reider. Ttiird 
Row: Terry Richmond, Elaine Rossi, Karel Rossow, Bev Ranney, Georgia Reiche, Dave Robb. Fourth 
Row; Ken Rosenthal, Tony Roberts, Don Sanders, John Redmond, Gory Riedel, Tom Reed. Fifth Row: 
Judy Richards, Judy Reinke, Margaret Rinos, Stephanie Rovnohrib, Gwen Roberts, Denise Ray. Sixth 
Row: Ralph Relchmon, Wayne Rohricht, Bill Rennjnger, Mike Rechner, Dick Rose, Don Raybuck. 



HOMEROOM CAFETERIA F. Front Row: Rick Subel, Rich Steguro, David Stegh 
Gerry Sullivan, Bonnie Slarman, Judy Springer, Mary lou Stelzer, Judy Sonntag 
Slefonik, Geroldine Somrak. Fourth Row; Sue Stanley, Jane Stahl, Diane Stocke 
Vic Strauss, Scott Sutter, Cheryl Steigauf, Al Strohen, Dennis Sustarsic, Mary Lou 



Jim Struna, Bud Sullivan. Second Row; Pot Springer, Veronica Somrak, 
Third Row; Karen Stanley, Donna Stocker, Sue Struna, Colhy Spino, Barb 
Frank Spino, Roger Stepp, Ron Spacagna, Craig Stenger. Fifth Row: 
trekal, Joe Slih, Ralph Stibley. 





HOAAEROOM Aud. A. Front Row: Jerry Toubman, Bill Town, Tom Sxltzer, Gene Taranlino, John 
Tekavec. Second Row: Karen Tomolelz, Dee Totten, Shirley Taranlino, Nancy Kanner, Sandra Toth, 
Bonnie Swanson. Third Row; Linda Tiffany, Karen Tabb, Peggy Shannon, Sally Swcney, Down 
Tetrick, Pat Theil. Fourth Row: Ed Tekavic, Barb Thorpe, Geri Dougherty, Fay Sweigert, Marylyn 
Terchek, Tom Theis. Fifth Row: Al Tolwoy, Len Tichy, Charyle Thoman, Donna Tomko, Sharon Thoman, 
Foye Svenwol. Sixth Row: Dove Swaddell, Ernie Szabo, Henry Tekancic, Ken Thoman, Ken Tieber, 






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Tom Tur 


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Sheryl 


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Kathy Tyler, Jim Turpin, Craig Vernick, Kothy 
Debbie Von Vechten, Sharon Tucceri, Carolyn 
Al Voss, Ken Van Deveer, Orolee Tyler, Nancy 
Vernon, John Roe, Bill Vadnal, Dick Vibbert. 
m, Doug Uchbar, Mary Ann Vordian, Connie 
Izzi, Jeff Tucker, Tim Ullom, Gil Tutino. 




HOMEROOM AUDITORIUM C. Front Row: John Wertenberger, Bill V/alsh, Gene Wertmon, Bob Worzin, Glenn Walworth, Bob Wickes. Second Row: Carol 
Vronekovic, Pat Vv'icheff, Sharon V^heeler, Diane Whitemon, Nancy Woschuro, Terry Wallace, Eriko Wendel, Donna Woterwosh, Karen Weseli, Marilyn White. 
Third Row: Steve Watson, Bob Warren, Dick Walters, Wayne Wiblin, Dave Wilber, Russ Czomba, Greg Walker, Bruce Travis, Barb Ward, Barb Vrh. 
Fourth Row: MoriJo Bradley, Vicky Washner, Darlene Vukcevic, Chet7l Walton, Joan Wendorff, Darlene Widlicka, Lynn Wehogen, Gayle Walker, Joyce 
Wichert, Linda Wilcoxon, Sue Warner. 



HOMEROOM AUDITORIUM D. Front Ro 
man, Dick Yeckley, Cindy Jerabek, Con 
sek, Margaret Wills, Joanne ' 
sor, Ed Yonuloites, Dor Zgon 



Zarr, Cherlyn Wood, Diane Zadrov 
ek, Connie Wotring, Mary Wince, Lorraine Younc 
'k, Linda Wilson, Elaine Zakrajsek, Linda Zupanc 
Bob Yuhos, Ed Zovock, Paul Willett, Bill Wunder 



c, Joyce Wohlgemuth, Jenny Wohlgemuth, Lorry Hemphill, Tom Zimmer- 
Second Row: Sherry Zimmerman, Walt Will, Dave Wilder, Tom Zakraj- 
c. Gory Zola, Jim Zust. Third Row: Dick Zowock, Alan Yacas, Scott Win- 
s, Joyce Yerty, Lee Winklemon. 





ACADEMICS 

I go an unknown path, untravelled road 

Where everyone has gone before 

Guide me. But let me grope myself 

I have a torch 

Which, burning brighter every day, 

Will let me see the way which I must go. 

Knowledge. 

The past shall be my guide. 

The future shall be others'. 




I do not know very much of the present, 
and what I know is the teaching of the past 
and the experience of now. Education in the 
sense of cramming facts into heads is impos- 
sible; each person must find his own path. Yet 
many sophomores know more about geom- 
etry than Archimedes, and some seniors know 
more about physics than Newton. The past is 
a great teacher, and that which is contained 
in books has been won by blood and sweat 
and agony and burnings at the stake. It has 
been paid for dearly, but the debt is paid. 
Yet each generation inherits the traditions of 
knowledge and has its own payments to 
make: the accumulation of more facts for the 
future. All I know is that each generation re- 
lives many of the mistakes of the one before 
it, but somehow some lessons are learned, 
and we do move forward. So, today, a 
dreary day in February, sitting in an unlit 
corner of a bleak room, learning, I partake of 
the tradition of Shakespeare and Galileo; I 
add to our knowledge of the present. 




Superintendent of Schools Lester E. Angene 



Certain aspects of education vary with the 
changing requirements of living in modern society. 
Other features of the school program v/ere good 
yesterday, are good today, and will still be good in 
tomorrow's world. Students and teachers, there- 
fore, need to distinguish between the timely and the 
timeless — the variables and the constants. 

The Class of 1963, more than any of its pre- 
decessors, must regard high school graduation as 
merely a basis, albeit a sound one, for training and 
education beyond the high school. The needs of 
each person and of the community cry for excellence 
in the schools and for continuing education — two, 
four, or more years, yes even a lifetime of building 
upon the foundation begun at Euclid Senior High 
School. 

Lesfer E. Angene 
Superintendent of Schools 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

The framework of Euclid education is the Board 
of Education. The Board is entrusted by law with 
the administration of all the far-flung corners of 
education, from building new schools to determining 
the necessary size of the custodial staff. It provides 
a basic platform on which the administrative struc- 
ture pyramids. Few people realize the problems of 
running a school system of over 750 employees 
spread in seventeen buildings, and enrolling over 
1 1,000 students. But the Board certainly does. 

The W. G. Fordyce Administration Building. 




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The hub of Euclid Schools communication. 



SCHOOL BOARD, Front Row: Mr. Dole Monsperger, Mrs. Mary King. Second Ro 
Mr. William Tomko, Mr. Paul Totten, Mr. Loyal Luikarl. 





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Principal William A. Hunter 

The dimensions of life are many. 
In high school the primary concern 
has been with the dimensions of 
breadth and depth. Intellectual 
breadth came to you as you acquired 
knowledge and skill in the classroom, 
laboratory, or shop. Depth of under- 
standing and appreciation came as a 
result of your participation in both 
the classroom and the extra-curricu- 
lar activities. 

As you leave high school, we sin- 
cerely wish for you the utmost in per- 
sonal happiness. Throughout the 
years, we hope that you will continue 
to extend the dimensions of your life. 

William A. Hunter 

Principal 




Dean of Girls Wilma Gillman 




Dean of Boys Fred Johns 



DEANS 

Both of our deans perform- 
ed their duties with a concern 
for the individual. Miss Gill- 
man, the already familiar 
Dean of Girls, and Mr. Johns, 
the newly appointed Dean of 
Boys, were both on the job 
this year, promoting the stu- 
dent's interest in studies as 
well as society, and urging 
them to be well-rounded, re- 
sponsible youth. 



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MRS. HARRIET SHEATS 

Lost in the index of the "Blue 
Book," anxious to make that big de- 
cision and yet reluctant, college- 
bound seniors sought the guidance 
of Mrs. Sheats. With her persuasive 
manner, frank and honest advice, 
Mrs. Sheats solved each problem and 
directed 51 per cent of the 1963 
graduating class to campuses across 
the country. 



Assistant Principal 
Harriet Sheats 




Assistant Principal Jerry Bergem 



DR. JERRY BERGEM 

Remember the announcements 
about the up-and-down-only stair- 
ways? The voice you heard belongs 
to Dr. Bergem, one of our new assist- 
ant principals. Dr. Bergem patiently 
took his time to explain that situation 
to questioning students, request aid 
in the cafeteria on behalf of the 
teachers, support Euclid's sports and 
spirit (not class), and place his signa- 
ture on important documents. Then 
he retires each evening to his leisure 
— a few wild, tension-relieving beats 
on his drums — or otherwise. 



MR. GEORGE WILEY 

Euclid High is fortunate to hove as 
its Assistant Principal the only man in 
the school able to tame the IBM, 
George T. Wiley. Contrary to popu- 
lar belief, this man does make occa- 
sional visits to his office. However, 
if he is not there, he is surely to be 
found rushing briskly down the cor- 
ridor in search of an erring member 
of the fold, bursting into a classroom 
clutching a sheaf of newly won certi- 
ficates, or rallying the teachers of 
English into a meeting. Of course, 
there is always an off chance he 
might be eating lunch, or inspecting 
the Survey office for lost books, or 
— well, better make an appointment 
for next week. This man is our As- 
sistant Principal. We keep him busy. 




Assistant Principal George Wiley 



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NON-TEACHING STAFF 

Stripping wax, enforcing the "no students al- 
lowed" sign in the main office, and tolerating com- 
plaints of cold rooms which nothing could be done 
about anyway, the non-teaching staff performed 
duties that Euclid could not function without. And 
often this staff went unnoticed, as they dropped a 
mop or stopped a moment to help students. They 
joked with familiar people, opened doors for forget- 
ful youths, and waited while harassed students 
searched their crowded purses and deep pockets 
for change to pay for that pie. 




LIBRARIANS. Left to right: Mary Fancher, June MacCormack, Ceil Shearer, Beatrice Hamman, Edith Mu 



CUSTODIAL STAFF. Front Row: Jenny Oinik, Mary Sedej, Mary Mahne, ster, Mary Berus, Angela Konte, Amelia Schepke, Mary Medvesek, Pat Clark, 

Frances Mam, Rose Trivisonno, Rose Broncely. Second Row: George Brew- Margaret Choney, Jerry Ganser. 





School Nurse Helen Wise 




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Cooordinafor of Sfaff 



Treasurer Glen Coatsworth Services Robert Yocur 




OFFICE SECRETARIES. Front Row: Madelon Stein, Rose Serocco. 
Second Row: June Edwordsen, Bonnie Kopoch, Donna Pinlor. Third 
Row: Jane Boyer, Marie O'Neill, Lou Terlep, Ann Herrick. 

CAFETERIA STAFF. Front Row: Ida Sanberg, Margaret Caine, 
Jennie Paladino, Margaret Bitzer, Violet Jonitz, Katherine 
Bauer, Elizabeth Zimmerman. Second Row: Frances Colbert, 



Luella Stroke, Mary Pesec, Jeonette Youngberg, Clara Douglass, 
Mary Brule, Betty Thomas. 








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Nancy Bartholomew Judith Carmody 
Donald Eisen Susan Emshwiller 



Rosemary Clement Jean Cox 
Mary Fogarty Marilyn Fuerst 



Joan Duprey 
Merwin Hunkin 



Wilton Eckley 
Jack Jenkins 



James McCampbell Judith McLaughlin Frank Pringle 

Howard Remnick Leonard Robuck Terry Ross 

Roger Round Marcia Rust Granville Smith 

Nancy Taubman Carole Venaleck Virginia Weadock 




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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

The universe we see is not the only 
one. There are others; some people 
have visited them. They are in other 
dimensions — beyond the looking 
glass, across the river and into the 
trees. Macbeth declaims there; Big 
Brother looms there, holding the two- 
minute hate. It is the world of the 
spirit of man. To some, it is a waste 
land inhabited only by hollow men. 
But think of the dimensions of liter- 
ature; the unbelievable outpourings 
of creativity and imagination. There 
are other worlds. There are unlimit- 
ed worlds. 



guess I'll make it an "A" for a change.' 



Colin Murdoch and Ron Surtz, assisted by Judy Strcusbaugh and Judy Mervis, play "Return of the Native Suite. 






'Oh, a wise guy!" Mrs. Stillman and her Open House government class. "Stand back, Howie, and let a man 

take over." 



Linda Cook Robert Crary William DeMora Nathaniel Dickinson Forrest Diehl 

Donald Closer Ronald Harding Claudia Hepner Frank Hoffert James Lindsay 




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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 

After reading current books, some 
more factual than others, and some 
more biased than others, social'stud- 
ies students were forced to wade 
through swamps of back issues of 
Time, Newsweek, and other journals 
to bring themselves up-to-date on 
such murky, dark, and foggy issues 
as Cuba, Berlin, Medicare, agricul- 
tural aid, and deficit spending. And 
then came the quagmire of defining 
Conservatism and Liberalism, Repub- 
licanism and Democratism. Ambi- 
tious students who have managed re- 
quired subjects about American his- 
tory and government can then lose 
themselves in the thralls of Greek 
politics and medieval wars. 



Michael Raicevich Cecilia Stillman 
Ruth Smith 
Wayne Smith 
James Stuckey 



'The bats come from here. 




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Joyce Alexander 
Donna Baumeister 



Ervin Boja 
Ahmed Fellague 



Katherine Gates 
Vida Horn 



Anthony Vaccariello 
Margaret Zimmerman 



Harold Dougherty 
John Supance 



Frank Fowler 
Charles Lewis 





DRIVING CLASS 

Brake off, ignition on. Into re- 
verse. Better get off the sidewalk. 
There. Right blinker on. Situation 
A-OK; speed 30 mph. What was 
that red octagonal-shaped sign? Oh, 
okay. Sorry, lady. Rather wide turn 
there. Better get off the sidewalk 
again. Parking? Aye, there's the 
rub. Over there. Engine off, brake 
on. 



LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

Many foreign tongues are chan- 
neled to the drowsy student in the 
early morning sessions at the lan- 
guage lab. His efforts here ore a 
part of a study of the customs, peo- 
ple, geography, and politics, as well 
as the language, of a people who 
would be far away from us even if 
we were in their midst, for a lack of 
communication is a very broad bar- 
rier. Knowledge of an additional 
language aids greatly in personal as 
well as diplomatic relations. 



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"A few more lessons and I'll get in the car with you. 



"We will bury you!" 
Mr. Fellague expounds his linguistic philosophy. 




READING IMPROVEMENT 

The light moves down the page. The eye follows 
the light. Six hundred, eight hundred, a thousand 
words a minute. Another triumph has emerged from 
the reading improvement laboratory, where me- 
chanical aids can combine with will power to make 
the reading rate soar. A good reading course 
stretches comprehension as well as speed, however 
— actually the two seem to go hand in hand, with 
the speedsters often having the highest comprehen- 
sion also. In assisting with one of the most basic 
communication skills, a skill essential to almost all 
occupations, the reading improvement program 
helps immensely. 



SQ3R — Survey, question, read, recite, review- 
the reading improvement lab's motto. 



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"Mother always said I had a mind for figures." Plane geometry class constructs 
spacial relationships for math students. 



Paul Avers 

Adrian Buerger 

Carl Clements 



James Cliffel 

Louis Gmeindl 

Marjorie Gorslene 



Luise Hanoid 

Ronald Kull 

James Maple 



Charles Reno 
Donald Rinkes 
Dale Thompson 




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'I said lipstick, nol a slipstick." 





The Reno Boys: Marty and Charlie 



MATH DEPARTMENT 

In the world of x and y strange things happen. 
Beware of the mathematician, for from a few basic 
laws, innocent-looking assumptions, he can create 
a new world, a logical world. Beware of the ob- 
vious, for it is not; contradicting the obvious is his 
basic tool. Try to understand the simple, for the 
complex will escape you anyway. A world of won- 
derful order, of bleak geometry is the world of 
mathematics. A world of complex dimensions, of n 
dimensions, where parallel lines meet and do not 
meet and planes return on themselves. But always 
have a dimension built on a simple fact. 2 + 2^4. 
671-1= — 1 . 



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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

We see our world sometimes in 
pieces, in brief flashes, as a traveller 
sees a landscape lighted briefly by a 
flash of lightning, and then the dark- 
ness closes again. But the desire of 
man outruns the senses, and the 
great urge to know begets know- 
ledge. The discovery of the great- 
ness and wonder of the universe sub- 
tracts nothing from the greatness and 
wonder of man who can seek to un- 
derstand it. And men have, from 
Archimedes to Einstein; they have 
searched and have wondered, and 
accumulated a volume of knowledge 
of the material nature of the universe 
dwarfed only by the number of ques- 
tions they have raised. This is the 
greatest tool we have. The senses of 
man are increased tenfold, a hun- 
dredfold, from the smallness of the 
atom to the immensity of space. The 
tools must only be put to use. We 
reach for the stars. 




City Morgue: You stab 'em, we slab 'em. 



"Well, It worked on the 'Mr. Wizzord' show:" Physics lab; where laws ore proven. 




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The ■first year biology class examines life in miniature. 



Ronald Backos Olin Bailey James Calvert Nancy Clark Dale Davison 

Daniel Francetic Sheldon Freedman Dean Howver Bonnie Holt Albert Judge 

Martin Reno Michael Socosh Donald Steinbrink Bette Wiggins Ralph Wisniewski 





What a funny way to drink orange juice! 



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Speed counts in places other than 
track, as any business student can 
tell you. A quick hand is as neces- 
sary to the secretary as it is to the 
magician, and it must have precision. 
Preparation for the world of busi- 
ness, a summer job, or a term paper 
typing session are the results only of 
effort, practice, cramped hands, and 
broken fingernails. 



Alvin Amster 
David McKelvey 
Otto Santas 



Lillian Barrow 
Edmund Mize 
Charles Sawyer 



Harold Caylor 
Judith Nelson 
William Saul 




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Students prepare for the world of higher finance. 



The writing on the wall — the shorthand class studies brief forms. 



Clayton George Annarosa Ginevra 

William Palmer June Phypers 

Wilmer Shuster Delmar Smith 








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Don't strain yourself, boys. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

It's all the fault of the Russians and Sputniks that 
I'm here. You see, if we don't keep physically fit 
they are all going to come in a big group and take 
us over bodily. That's why i am in this drafty high- 
raftered room today doing exercises. What I mean 
to say is, President Kennedy's Physical Fitness Pro- 
gram — bah, humbug. But then, I'm what they call 
a chronic Physically Unfit Manu.ally Undexterous 
Manipulator. Perhaps that's why no one listens to 
me. Excuse me. Here he comes again. 




Spike it! 



Robert Addis Charles Asher Julie Bach Laurel Bonnelli Arlene Carter 

Donald Mohr Marcelia Nold Victor Resch Gretchen Schwegler Edward Tekieli 




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"Singer bah! I'll use a needle and she'll never know." 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Double, double, toil and trouble, cauldrons bub- 
bled, cooks stirred and delicious dishes simmered on 
the fire. Well, almost always. Then there was sew- 
ing class. Here the motto changed to thread, thread, 
stitch and rip as future seamstresses learned the fine 
art connected with navigating through the eye of a 
needle, or running a machine to navigate through 
the eye of a needle for you. The Home Economics 
program enriched the curriculum, truly, in many 
ways. 



Kathryn Frye 
Vinita O'Donnell 



Marjorie Molina 
Carol Petvai 





A stirring job 



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'Let's do the tens now." The skills learned in the print shop have many advantages. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Contrary to common thought, the 
shop course was not designed to be 
an insurance course guaranteeing 
graduation. Its primary function is to 
prepare young men for a living after 
high school with or without a college 
education, to turn that favorite hob- 
by into an enjoyable occulDotion, and 
to give these students help with the 
best teaching device of all, experi- 
ence — experience in the print shop, 
causing grey hunks of lead to express 
the innermost thoughts of Survey re- 
porters and Eucuyo authors; experi- 
ence in the wood shop, shaping form- 
less blobs of hickory into useful ob- 
jects; experience in auto shop, mak- 
ing the dead innards of a car come 
to life again; experience in the me- 
chanical drawing room, mapping out 
patterns of line and circle; experi- 
ence in the metal shop, bending brass 
and copper to a master plan. 



Ronald Chambers Clarence Eckert Aloysius Galicki 

Milton Kadlec Richard Hungerford Robert McLaughlin 

Embert Martin Herbert Nold Merwin Staines 




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Molten metal molds the muse's mask. 



Curve conquers line in art class. 




ART DEPARTMENT 

Art is a profound expression, realistic view, of 
an orderly mess. Artists are profound, realistic, or- 
derly, and messy. Such confused people can be 
detected by a green tinge to their fingers, a pink 
splash on their shirt, and blue spatters on their shoes. 
Of course, these colorations are not natural, but the 
result of a hasty clean-up job after two periods of 
intense creativity. 




Gertrude Hoeger Fred Vollman 



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'Sing Along With Sam' 



"Pssst! Cindy, start singing. Mr. Taylor is giving us the eye. 




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VOCAL MUSIC 

As Mr. "T." promoted the vocal art, the 
popularity of the Choral Masters increased 
in proportion to their efforts at daily re- 
hearsals. With each class period, flat notes 
disappeared and uncertainty was replaced 
by a confidence that comes only through 
repetition. The hard-driving glee clubs 
strove to learn the techniques which would 
be necessary to use at next year's tryouts; 
voice control, tone quality, breath control, 
volume, pitch, and sight-reading technique. 
Appreciation for the long hours of practice 
was displayed many times by the people for 
whom the choral groups performed. Very 
impressive indeed was the Christmas assem- 
bly, which truly laid an egg in the "Twelve 
Days of Christmas" number. 



Mr. Taylor and Beverly Burger 

Vocal director and Masters' accompanist. 



CHORAL MASTERS. Front Row: Morlei 
Carole Allen, Gerri Krome, Sherry Dov 
Doley, Peggy Broncae, Danelle DiBios 
Wagner, Cheryl Cook, Jan Vukcevic 
Linda Gerzeny, Carol Peterson, Lind< 
Jackie Lunder. Third Row: Karen B 
Loope, Cindy Hart, Kathy Corrigan, j 



e Slefanchik, Lynn Payne, Linda ZusI, 
nen. Dale Evans, Kathy Yane, Shonno 
o. Second Row: Linda Vislocky, Mitsi 
Jocquelin Brown, Kathy Tuckorman, 
Tomko, Judy Tharp, Ricky Hurlburt, 
rns, Leslie Long, Judy Lilley, Linda 
\elanie Theodosian, Bev Burger, Jea- 



nette Stillinger, Pat Federico, Carol Cresson, Paula Vidusich. Fourth Row: 
Dave Amos, Tony Petruzzi, Tom Russ, Don Vargo, Gus ZettI, Jon Boyton, 
Mark Hobzek, Terry Wilson, John Graafmeyer, Dave Robinson, Randy Stauf- 
fer, John Bailey. Fifth Row: Paul Cox, Bob Langhom, Dove Clarke, Bob 
Johnson, John Birchak, Randy Wood, Ron Macks, Rich Fuller, Steve Toward, 
Don Hathaway, Bud Kramer, Tom Leilis, Roger Sprochi. 





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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. Front Row; Rae Res, Bonnie Aucelli, Paulo Deister, Caro- 
lyn Hummon, Bonnie Budos, Robin Hanna, Nancy Shepherd, Judy McCarthy, 
Sorb Mills, Diane Kump. Second Row: Rosalie Milone, Janis Letney, Morilyn 
Lis, Pot Kone, Karen Breen, Cheryl King, Sandy Froom, Lucy Long, Joanne 
Sovich, Linda Nalepa, Bonnie Boldin. Third Row: Donna Romano, Pot Chylla, 
Rosemory Bosetin, Judy Coleman, Erene Beyer, Judy Papp, Alice Will, Judy 
Hallack, Edna Haynes, Cindy Reba, Anita Habian, Norma Crone, Janet 



Rose Fourth Row: Barb Modlin, Helen Estvander, Sondy Williams Janet 
Howell, Sue Wright, Barb Little, Joanne Jurjev, Elaine Chaunce, Sue Poulov- 
cin, Linda Galoida, Joanne Zdora, Judy Stanley, Connie Keller, Sue Ander- 
son. Fifth Row: Laura Owen, Dione Bacon, Carol Webb, Donna Germovsek 
Sandra Rodencic, Barb Bradford, Linda Krecic, Cyndi Nagode, Cathy Jonai- 
tis, Mary Wolanski, Cynthia Hoedt, Fran Fox, Linda Burris, Mary Ellen 
Bogotay, Sue Yager, Liz Neat. 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS GLEE CLUB. Front Row: Geraldine Myers, Marilyn 
Ogrinc, Pot Jobe, Koren Weseli, Linda Kasunic, Dionne Mekeois, Bev 
Grillo, Ida Jean Lisuzz, Holly Lucas, Linda Rolls, Oralee Tyler, Carolyn 
Berntson, Beth Knox, Kathy Vernon, Carol Pohly, Nancy Valince, Kay 
Moulder. Second Row: Lynn Humphrey, Pot Wicheff, Janet Estanich, Trudy 
Phillipp, Pam Rudiok, Solly Swoney, Betty DuRose, Donna Stocker, Jane 
Stahl, Elaine Geiger, Sue Lohrey, Amy Picciardo, Cynthia Jerobek, Cheryl 
Grades, Betty Jane Preston, Joan Clark, Darlene Prigocy, Marilyn King, 
Kathy DiFilla. Third Row: Sharon Wheeler, Char Hildebrand, Sandy Deere, 
Cheri Wood, Loreen Sobol, Elaine Rossi, Loretta Henikman, Ellen Fike, 
Sheila Pierce, Goyle Walker, Lynn Wehagen, Leslie Nelson, Jackie Duty, 



Deborah Van Vechten, Chris Evans, Pot Sajno, Chris Pado, Borbora Bessire, 
Betty Johnson. Fourth Row: Jon Scribner, Cathy Scheiner, Pom Davison, 
Carolyn Hohs, Christine Ross, Doreen Ricci, Jacqueline Hovan, Carole 
Jelenic, Laura McCartney, Barb Koss, Betsy Foy, Ann Oloshy, Linn Conley, 
Lynn Wilcoxon, Carol Howe, Cathy Baich, Linda Tiffany, Gail Gulbenkion, 
Donna Moretti, Mary Klosky. Fifth Row: Cheryl Walton, Cheryl Steigauf, 
Cherie Bartos, Sue Cochran, Kathy Krich, Cindi Daskivich, Connie Britton, 
Barbara Thorpe, Marilyn Bilicic, Janice Smeker, Eileen Arnold, Barbara 
Grain, Frances Felz, Kathy Emmert, MaryAnn Vordian, Kathy Gourter, Joan 
Pureber, Sue Warner, Laura Kempert, Karen MocDonald, Barbara Helmick. 



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BOYS' GLEE CLUB. Front Row: Jeff Kinsey, Bob Wickes, Mike Ruscin, Bob Riebe. Second Row: Dale Oster, 
Ken Coleman, Gory Zola, Jim Monoyudis, Gary Kleckner. Tfiird Row: Paul Pavlik, Roy Sweigert, Bob 
Comenshek, Dave Peek, Ron Cesa. Fourth Row: Ralpfl Kirchner, Harvey Mills, Roger Crombie, Tim Ullom, 
George Edwards. Fifth Row: Jeff Tucker, Ed Rachich, Wayne Wiblin, Don Farman, Doug Lilley. 





Dale Harper Sam Taylor 



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CONCERT BAND. Front Row: Judi Mervis, Marilyn Mansperger, Juliana Campono, Joanne Hitty, Carolyn Henry, Karen Heckerf, Fran Ulle, Barb 
ond Row: John Amos, Ron Surtz, Stewart Bobin, Tom Halbedel, Ron Howard, Nancy Emser, Judy Strausbough, Nancy Slonebock, Steve Kay, Su. 
Carolyn Reeves, Joyce Yerty, Sue Nelson, Nancy Katanik. Third Row: Mary Beth Kovatch, Rich Masek, Dave Zoller, Mary Lou Slelzer, Sonjo Skr 
loway, Ken Tidermon, Kothy Hunter, Katie Piper, Diana Hoedt, Penny Dickinson, Carol Pulver, Karen Guenther, Sonjo Jerkic, John Armstrong, Linda 
ville Loeding, Bart Schenck, Bob Prijatelj, Sandy Tucceri. Fourth Row: Rita Marthin, Cindy Eppich, Loralie Horvoth, Pam Scheurman, Rich Baldini, 



idge, Sandy Kessler, John Fleshi 


, Tom Aljancic, Shirley Gere, Martin Kelley, 


Kurt Hoffmeyer, Don Podobnikar 


Bob Warren, Dave Wilber, Clare Monsperge 


Ramono. Fifth Row: Pete De Frc 


nco, Bruce Baumgordt, Tom Povlik, Joe Urbo 


Humphrey, Fred Cooper, Dave A 


Tios, Director, Mr. Harper, Bill Kelley, Lee Pere 


Ed Kuchling. 





Rich Focht, Bill Myles, Greg Harper, Nick P 



Debevec, Je 



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ch. Bob Car 



Sheryl Tuc 
any, Jim Carisc 



ksto. Earl Swilalsky, Rich Cook, Gary Love 



srencevich, Ron Mosek, 
Roger Lipstreu, Jay Ba 
Norm Stewart, John Kc 
ove Robb, Tom Mitchel 



Ward. Sec- 
; Paulovcin, 

i, Jane Hol- 
Horgos, Or- 

Denny Cool- 
Rich Miller, 

nmerlln, Joe 

mocar, Brian 
Joe Ivonko, 



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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 

"Face out. The diagonal's crooked. The 
head is too wide. Wipe the water off those 
horns I ! " Such are the dimensions of 
marching band: people making up height, 
width, and angles. But there is a wider 
meaning which applies to all instrumental 
music — the dimensions of sound. Well, may- 
be Euclid does not have the Cleveland Sym- 
phony, but all they need is a few more play- 
ers. If you can bear the first few weeks of dis- 
sonance and practice, the bands and orches- 
tra become pleasant to the ear. Listen to the 
depth of the tuba, the height of the piccolo. 
Be aware of the mellowness of a bass clari- 
net, the harshness of an oboe, the sweetness 
of a well-played violin, the resonance of o 
string bass. This is a boundless, beautiful 
medium of expression. 



BAND SERGEANTS. Left to Right: Clare Mansperger, Katie Piper, Harry Faint. 




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ORCHESTRA. Front Row; Colin .'•..■ Jo. h, Jackie Brown, Leslie Harris, Martin Francis. Second Row: Cynttiia Steagler, Susan Perko, Julie Lesiak, Amy Picciano, 
Noel Goslee, Morcia Steagler, Eileen Arnold. Third Row: Rosemary Mormash, Connie Chiodo, Sharon Pylick, Linda Dutka, Al Strohn, Mary Steltzor, Sandy 
Borgsteadt, Judi Mervis, Nancy Stoneback, Janice Smekar, Paul Bright. Fourth Row: Dorothy Fike, Barb Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Lesiak, Allan Koslreba, Greg Harper, 
Don Podobnikar, Bill Miles, Richard Cook, Penny Dickinson, Katy Piper, Bob Pryateij, Sandra Naylor. Fifth Row: Joe Biello, Kothy Butt, Jane Stahl, Carol Mau- 



CADET BAND. Front Row: Sandy Borgsteadt, Linda Hall, Jim Blankschaen, Carol Servownik, Gayle Wilson, Anita Coblitz, Tim Howe. Second Row: Carol Diehl, 
Sue Reider, Linda Hunter, Darlene Morgan, Dave Wilder, Tim Tryon, Chuck Mallue, Tom Ehlert, Dove Roll, Ed Zovack. Third Row: Louis Fioritto, Tom Nimelli, 
Jock Hillegas, Dione Brule, Carol Maupin, Barb Baker, Diane Stocker, Sally Beutell, Rich Kershaw, Marge Rupar, Bobbie Kelly, Dave Gray, Bill Hitty, Fred 
Schutt. Fourth Row: Karen Leovic, Dee Elte Bryant, Linda Shemitz, Lonie Prileson, Ken Aubel, Kothy Jernejcic, Jim Ullstad, Frank Forgione, John Scott, Chuck 
Phillips, Harold Prasek, Kurt Blumenstein, Tom Zimmerman, Ray Van Doyen, Jim Turpin, Sharon Evans, Tom Allen. Fifth Row: John Wright, Mike Doyle, Joe 
Plovock, Harvey Rubin, Bill Gant, Frank Petrik, Dale Dieckmann, Mike Moore. 






CHEVRON SOCIETY. Front Row: Carolyn Henry, Judy Strausbough, Judy Mervis. 
Second Row: Caroline Reeves, Sandra Tucceri, Fronces Ulle. Third Row: Cath- 
erine Piper, Greg Harper, John Amos. 



At the Cleveland Heights game the marching band and majorettes were in their usual fine form. 





SPORTS 

Daring, bold, eager — youth 

I dare to be bold 

Desire challenges 

Defy the difficult. 

Fervently attacking that which is hard, 

I beat it with courage, and know that 

I will fight and I will win 

Because I dared do something 

Which no one else would do. 

Those who are not bold and eager 

Shall never discover that 

What comes out of me in sweat and strain 

Will go back in to make me 

Me. 







The odor of six o'clock was in the air. In 
the half-night on the field under the lights, a 
cold hard pigskin made a swish of icy air, and 
soon was gone. Off the field one could smell 
the dinner cooking behind the yellow win- 
dows, and feel the relaxing calm of the home- 
ward-bound busriders reading newspapers. 
Long after everyone else had left for home, 
the athlete strained his tired muscles toward 
the goal. The lonely hall was stacked with 
hurdles and a pair of exhausted legs was des- 
perately trying to surmount the barriers. Out- 
side, teammates were discovering that the 
football season encompassed all degrees of 
weather, and these uniforms, which might not 
be warm enough during November, were 
enough to make a man faint in September. 
But heat was no problem to the swimmers. 
Sloshing through the water in an ever-warm- 
enough room, there was a certain amount of 
relaxation in swimming. However, there was 
just as much work and the same long hours 
of practice. Strained muscles, twisted ankles, 
and slipping grades were telling on the ath- 
letes during the first few weeks. As they im- 
proved and adjusted, the muscles grew to ac- 
commodate the strain, the ankles strength- 
ened, and the grades came back up. The 
athletes were learning time economy: to make 
it to bed by curfew with everything done. 



HOMECOMING 

The dampness of the floors penetrated their 
tennis shoes and weary eyelids collapsed as un- 
daunted loyalists slaved to complete floats for 
homecoming. They sang, joked, and worried. They 
debated whether to staple or spray each crepe 
paper strip in place; but whatever they did really 
didn't matter. For each brutal snowflake turned the 
crepe paper a sickly hue and then gusts of raw 
wind took their toll. There was no bonfire and the 
victory bell didn't ring; but that didn't matter either. 
For we rationalized that we had done our best, and 
then anticipated the homecoming dance. "An En- 
chanted Evening," with palms and nets that set the 
stage for the queen and her court, completed Home- 
coming 1962. 




Keith Goldlust congrafulates our 1962 Homecoming Queen, 
Barbara Tercek. 



Pretty girl, gentle boy. 




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"Wait 'til they find out that it is a real sea monster" — Key Clubers hard at work on their winning float. 



"No! You can't go home now." Alice and Clare decorate 
for Homecoming. 








Euclid goes Hawaiian. 



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Our Homecoming Queen Barbara Tercek 



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Sen/or Attendant Margo Zola 




Senior Attendant Carol Cozart 



Junior Attendant Penny Wolf 





Sophomore Attendant Sandra Deere 




FOOTBALL 

Other football teams have their 
glories — their star quarterbacks, 
their dazzling plays. But no other 
school has a football team which 
plays best in the mud. We are the 
Mudmen. Grit and determination 
proved victims of bad luck, hov/ever, 
and in eleven grueling contests, some 
of them in the murk, others played 
under the numbing influence of a 
constant drizzle, the Panthers 
emerged victorious in seven. Victory, 
on several of the other four less for- 
tunate occasions almost v/ithin their 
tackling range, managed to dodge 
by a fumble, a lucky interception by 
the other team, or an equal piece of 
bad luck depriving them of one or 
two needed points. 




Apprehension on the bench. 



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Reichenbach completes a pass 
against the worst of obstacles. 




167 




VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. Front Row: Joe Urbanic, John Komocor, Jack Reichenboch, Ken Thomas, Co-Caplain Mike Orazen, Co-Capfain Berke Reichen- 
boch, Doug Vukcevic, Bob Kraft, Bob Symonds, Bill Penny, Doug Demion, Urban Scolero, Tom Ockunzzi Dave Vrh, Gary LoConte, Bill James, Tom Aljancic, 
Tom Ullom, Ed Carroll, Ed Bugos, Roger Sprochi, Babe DeRosa, Doug Wheeler. Second Row: Cameron Moore, Walt Honey, Sandy Agrast, Ted Kriet, Glen En- 
gelke. Bob Polechek, Al Elliot, Dole Bizily, Bill Symonds, Doug Reed, Tom Gilliotti, Bob Symonds, John Schroeter, Laddie Burgin, George Gerwig, Tony Snyder, 
Bob Coode, John Horton, Mike Weber, Ron Harps, Al Wolf, Ed Pesec, Chuck Picciano. 



'Gee, he's softer than the dummy. 






'Heads we win, tails you lose." 





Orazen leads us on to victory. 



Mike Orazen confirms the play with Coach Asher. 



Euclid- 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

18 Garfield Heights .... 8 

6 Collinwood 

21 West 

Parma 8 

8 Heights 

6 Shaw 36 

23 Shaker 

Brush - 8 

31 Valley Forge 8 

8 Lakewood 6 

14 St. Joseph ...16 

Wins 7 Losses 4 



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'And away we go . . ." Bob Symonds evades a charging opponent. 





The converging lines. 



Palechek catches a T.D. pass. 



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The J. V.'s make another tackle. 



J. V. FOOTBALL. Front Row: Carl Jerneiclc, Jim Miller, C 
Sojovlc, Fred Cooper, Craig Boehike, Hank Tekancic, Dal 
Dennis Matko, Jim Monoyudis, Ed Racich, Tom Halbedel, 
Crombie, Steve Watson, Rick Kadunc, Bill Miller, Pat Mori 
Ross. Fourth Row: John Benner, Larry Bydash, Tony Ipa' 
Fowler, Dennis Schmaltz, Jim Hough, Coach Lindsay. 



ive Benner, Rick Everstine, Rick Subel, Bob Carlson, Tom Kirchner, Ken Girod, Randy Ehinger, Frank 
Gregorin. Second Row; Ron Evans, Ken Tieber, Keith Bailey, Al Strohen, Chris Goulis, Ed Fitzgerald, 
iill Frier, Jock Marron , Howard Price, Wayne Kukla. Third Row: Ron Di Santis, Richard Zawack, Roger 
:, Dale Click, Steve Barrett, Nick Perencevich, Jom Dadante, Bill Hogstrand, Mr. Dougherty, Coach 
;c, Robert Lemieux, Paul DePaolo, Bill Kelly, Tom Barnhort, John Sas, Ken Kapley, John Ulstrom, Ron 




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J.V. FOOTBALL 

The field was a murky brown plain of slush and 
smeared chalk lines. The sophomore football players 
went through all of the tensions, emotions, and experi- 
ences which the varsity players felt, and knew that they 
were working in the right direction. There was no ques- 
tion as to why they bothered to suffer through this un- 
glorious medieval torture; the Kittens were preparing 
for their responsibilities on next year's team. They were 
going to play their best for their school in our Big Sta- 
dium. 




J. V. FOOTBALL 



Euclid 14 

Euclid 32 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 40 

Euclid 16 

Euclid 24 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 6 

Euclid..- 22 



Garfield Heights 18 

Wickliffe 6 

St. Joseph 32 

Parma 2 

Heights 20 

Shaw 20 

Shaker 6 

Brush 

Valley Forge 24 

Lakewood ..14 



Wins 6 Losses 4 



'Give it to the one in the funny looking zebra suit." 



Coach Ross agrees — thumbs up on the J.V.'s. 





MAJORETTES 

About face, kick, 2, 3, 4, left-right-left — and 
the whistle shrieked as Elaine Sceranko and Char- 
lotte Kerestes led majorettes through performances 
that high-lighted halftime periods. Morning prac- 
tice, after-school sessions, and memorizing routines 
enabled majorettes to strut confidently at night. 





SUBSTITUTE MAJORETTES Left to right Mary Ellen McGraw Mary Ann Mmnillo, Judy Debelok, Charlotte 
Ritz, Joyce Novak, Karen Fowler 



The majorettes lead anoti 



MAJORETTES. Left to right: Head Majorette Charlotte Kerestes, Marty Roma, Karen Skalski, Carol Cozert, Marie Sikoro, Bobbie Skeivis. 






arching band show. 



Head majoretfes Elaine Sceranka and Charlotte Kerester. 



MAJORETTES. Left to right: Borb McKinley, Donno Kobe, Kim Hoshogen, Donno Kosunic, Diana Mihaly, Heod Majorette Elaine Sceranka. 





CROSS COUNTRY. Front Row: J 
Ross Crone, PhM Tortcglio, Chris Pickne 
Rich Lokolosh, Dove Henderson, Chucl( 
Rich Rocker, Harry Faint, Bob Parker, Ji 



choen, Ted Gosser, Hans Pesch, Burke Hyne, Bill Schmenk, Tim Coy, Don Klonn, Bob Gratz, Paul Bright, John Ambrose, 
Second Row: Bob Kovoch, Craig Winder, Jim Leppert, Al Gutierrez, Dennis Miklavic, lorry Wright, Greg Goodyear, 
Dmpbell, Rog Brezec. Third Row: Rick Page, Wayne Powell, Biff Mcllroth, Bob Usolis, Don Hathaway, Bill Beochom, 
Campbell, Croig McDonald, Al Tolway, Don Modey. Fourth Row: Mr. Eckert, Dennis Coolidge, Gory Love, Rich Ruusko, 



Nick Koczur, Rich Lewis, Rich Collins, John Reliance, Don Hoppert, John Wichert, Tony lacofono, Bil 



rnge 



Lon 



Coach Thompson. 



A neat pass saves seconds. 



CROSS-COUNTRY 

Euclid 21 Parma 38 

Euclid 25 St. Joseph 32 

Euclid 16 West Tech 47 

Euclid 19 Heights 40 

Euclid 21 Shaw ......39 

Euclid 17 Shaker 38 

Euclid 23 Brush 32 

Euclid 24 Valley Forge 33 

Euclid 50 Lakewood 15 

Second in Euclid Relays 

Seventh in St. Joseph Relays 

Tenth in Bowling Green Relays 

Third in Brush Relays 

Second in Lake Erie League 

Third in Lake Erie Meet 

Third in District Meet 

Wins 8 Losses 1 




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"Gotta get Muller's for mother" — Schmink strains at the 440. 
Neither rain nor sleet nor snow . . . 



INDOOR TRACK 

Euclid ...57 St. Joseph 35 

Euclid. ...59 Heights 33 

Euclid ...61-4/5 Glenville ..30-4/5 

Euclid. ...41 John Marshall ....51 

Euclid ...16 East Tech 76 

Euclid. ...70% Berea Midpark ...21 V4 

Euclid ...66 72 Cathedral Latin ..25 V2 

Euclid. ...71 72 Collinwood 2072 

Euclid. ...57 East Tech 55 

Wins 7 Losses 2 



can stay our cross country team 




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Tail man Rick Bowen surges towards the finish. 





"I told you I could fly through the air!' 



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TRACK 

The finish line lay just ahead. Straining for- 
ward, the runner ran gaspingly after his uncaught 
breath. Just a few more yards. His eye sensed a 
faint shadow coming up on the left. He smelled an 
odor of effort and heard the gasps of his opponent 
passing him. But he was from Euclid. He ground out 
the yards, faster and faster now, legs spinning. His 
muscles hit hard and tense upon the track. That was 
all. No faster. But he was pulling ahead. He 
couldn't make it. He would fall. Five more yards. 
He couldn't make it. Three more yards. He couldn't 
make it. He did. 



'Hey! Who waxed the floor?" Hurdles practice in the third floor halls. 



INDOOR TRACK. Front Row: Bill Schmenk, Dove Krai, Bruce Jones, Bill Bailey, Roger Bresec, Jim Blonkschaen, Nick Kaczur, Dave Benner, 


Ron DiSantis, 


Greg Peterson, Jim Leppert, Al Tolway, Phil Tarloglio, Don DiSantis, Dave Henderson, Mike Ruscin. Second Row: Chris Pinkney, Captain Ha 


ry Faint, Bob 


Kovoch, Howard Geddes, Dole Bizily, Tom Bizosky, Joe Eckenrode, Dave Vrh, Jim Vidmor, Bill Beacham, Rich Lakatosh, Mike Weber, Jack Ambr 


ose, Al Paolo, 


Don Hylkema. Third Row: Phil Cebular, Dave Amos, Rich Rackor, Ed Kovoch, Chuck Petro, Rich Lewis, Bob Green, Don Hathaway, Jeff Sharp, 


Bill Symonds, 


Chip Holler, Dove Lorence, Bob Parker, Al Gutierrez, John Kovoch, Don Modey, Ted Gasser, Larry Franko. Fourth Row: Cameron Moore, John 


Horten, Jack 


Reichenbach, Ron Sarstedt, Jim Peters, Dave Swac/dell, Bob Warren, Roy Frank, Joe Stih, Larry Stapleton, Tom Stoiber, John Sabath, Bob Medved 


Larry Wright, 


Rick Bowen, Chuck Campbell, Don Kadunc, Coach Schuster, Coach Kull, Coach Thompson. 






Euclid... ...5 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 2 

Euclid.. 5 

Euclid 5 

Euclid... 

Euclid 4 



TENNIS 

Parma ....0 

Heights 2 

Shaw 3 

Brush ..0 

Valley Forge .0 

Lakewood 5 

Shaker .1 

Second in LEL 
Wins 5 Losses 2 




Slam it, Ken! 



TENNIS TEAM. Front Row; Ken Barto, Ken Rosenthal, Co-Coptain Rich Brown, Dave Garland, Ken Vanderveer, Coach Nold. Second Row: John Scott, Co-Capfoi'i 
Pete Breen, Rich Creveling, Bill Sederholm, George Martinsen. 




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BOWLING 

The bowling team is a crew of accurate-aiming 
young men who specialize in aiming a big, black 
ball at ten defenseless white pins down at the end 
of a long alley. The object of the game is to knock 
OS many of these down as possible. And this, the 
bowling team usually does. 



TENNIS 

Unlike participators in most sports, the racket- 
men get the break for summer vacation shot at them 
in the middle of the season. While it causes some 
inconveniences, it also gives ample practice time, 
so that the players return better than ever. As the 
player stands alone on the court, virtually unob- 
served, facing his challenger, he must also stare at 
the individuality of his sport. It can be the fault of 
no other if he loses, and he must play to win, for no 
one sees what a terrific game he played. They see 
the score. 



Strike it rich! 

BOWLING TEAM. Chuck Picciano, Rich Wallace, Joe Ivanko, Martin Zifko. 




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Subel fights the "Evil Eye. 



WRESTLING 

Alone on the mat, the Panther 
stalks his prey. Now they grapple 
closer together and he strains and 
pulls against his powerful foe. Sud- 
denly the advantage shifts. The ac- 
tion becomes more intense. Anxiety 
pushes with the varsity wrestler. He 
has discovered his opponent's vul- 
nerability and the match is easily 
within his reach if he can maintain 
his hold. The shoulder's nearly on 
the mat. Push harder. 




"Hold it, my shoe is untied!" Urban 
grapples from the up position. 




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Whisper me sweet nothings — Orazen uses skillful 
tactics to pin his opponent. 




"I'll murder the guy! 



He likes people . . . 




Torter breaks him down. 




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Battle of the "Big Boys." 




"Where did he go?" Mike Orazen flattens any and all opposition. 




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VARSITY WRESTLING 



How low can you go? Coach Eckert shows concern for his 
fighting tnatmen. 



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Euclid 


22 


Euclid 


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Euclid 


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Euclid ... 


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Euclid 


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Euclid 


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Euclid 


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Wins 11 



Garfield 16 

East-Lake North .15 

Bereo 12 

Maple Heights 22 

Brush .12 

Valley Forge 9 

Parma .10 

Shaw 

Lakewood 8 

Huron .1 1 

Heights 5 

Shaker 7 

Sectionals 
Losses 1 



VARSITY WRESTLING. Front Row: Carl Jernejcic, John Polonc, Dennis Thayer, Ken Vecey, Frank Meslc. Second Row: Joe Dewitt, John Susteric, Hans Pesch, 
Bob Torter, J,m Martucci, Clore Mansperger, Rick Subel. Third Row: Paul Tolchinsky, Manoger Jim Deely, Laddie Burgin, Doug Vukcevic, Mike Orazen Urban 
Scolaro, Bob Clasen, 




JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 

Euclid 38 Garfield Heights 7 

Euclid 19 Eastlake North 20 

Euclid 28 Maple Heights 15 

Euclid 32 Brush 6 

Euclid 42 Valley Forge 3 

Euclid 44 Shaw 3 

Euclid 86 Stow-Mentor- 

Crestwood 48-75-62 

Euclid 28 Parma .10 

Euclid 38 Lakewood 5 

Euclid 31 Huron 14 

Euclid 31 Heights 6 

Euclid 33 Shaker 6 

Wins 1 2 Losses 1 



J. V. WRESTLING 

It is just a plain, yellow mat; made out of foam 
rubber, and about an inch thick. In the center is a 
blue ring, and an E, nothing more. Under the harsh 
glare of the lights, with a grunt and a groan and a 
grimace of pain, the J. V. wrestler decorated the 
matter-of-fact surface with a few red spots, a tense 
moment, and a tangle of straining muscles, which 
no one who was watching the varsity ever discov- 
ered. Then suddenly there was a thump, and a 
cheer, and in the corner, the sleepy scorekeeper 
chalked five more points onto the Euclid score. The 
gladiators retired, and left just the plain yellow mat 
with its circle and its E. 




"Now wait a minufe. It's my turn to throw you!' 



J. V. WRESTLING. Front Row: Joe Setino, Skip Campbell, Don DiSantis, Jim Z ust, Frank Mesec, Dennis Cebul, Jeff Fryer. Second Row: Monager Nils Berg- 
Jund, John Wertenberger, Jack Ambrose, Rich Macks, Jim Campbell, Rich Lewis, Monager Bill Brackenridge. Third Row; Paul DiPaolo, Frank Pelrik, Rich Karash, 
Tom Gilliotti, Tom Kirchner, Joe Urbanick, Henry Tekoncic, Bob Closen. 






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VARSITY SWIMMING 

Euclid 42 University 52 

Euclid 33 Lakewood 62 

Euclid ^7 Gilmore 39 

Euclid 35 Berea 60 

Euclid 26 Shaker 69 

Euclid 59 Brush 35 

Euclid 43 Shaw 52 

Euclid 30 Heights 65 

Euclid 56 Western Reserve 39 

Euclid 39 Lakewood 56 

Euclid 23 Shaker 65 

Euclid 6472 Brush 29V2 

Euclid 31 Shaw ..- 64 

Euclid 37 Fairview 57 

Euclid 39 Heights 56 

Euclid 61 Gilmore 32 

Wins 4 Losses 12 

Fifth in Euclid Relays 

Eighth in Kent Relays 

What's down there that's so interesting? 
Varsity swimmers ore off to a flying start. 




SWIMMING 

The green cool pool water lay with- 
out a ripple on its calm chlorinated 
surface as the aquamen, their toes 
gripping the side in true classic form, 
tensed for the watery battle ahead. 
Then came the signal. Looking pale 
on the green wet top, Euclid's swim- 
mer struck out across his Channel. 
Butterflying, crawling, sidestroking, 
backstroking, trudgeoning, diving, 
twisting, underwatering, breaststrok- 
ing and backbreaking, back and 
forth, back and forth, he pulled 
ahead. He flippered once more with 
his feet and gave a powerful stroke 
with his arms. Then he climbed out, 
and victory in the water dripped off 
him. 



'Go! Strain! Pull! Tom Tumbry urges on a teammate. 





'Hey! Who forgot the water?' 




VARSITY SWIM TEAM. Front Row: Tom Brennon, Craig Vernick, Bill Sweeney, Ron Beno. 
Second Row: Bill Houck, Chuck Andous, Doug Swisher, Monoger John Reider, Third Row: 
Captain John Rondl, Ken Von Deveer, Tom Tumbry, Tony Roberts, Don Beljon, Roy Kitooko, 
Ted Goble. On ladder, left to right: Jim Kneole, Brian Moeder, Horry Pierce, Glenn 
Wickes. 





From back . . . 



J. V. SWIMMERS 

The junior varsity swimmer wants to use 
this year to build a firm foundation on which 
to stack his many trophies in the coming 
years. This is the cramming before final 
exams: perfecting the stroke, smoothing the 
dive, strengthening the lungs, and reinforc- 
ing erratic ability. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SWI/^yMING 



Euclid 28 

Euclid 63 

Euclid 58 

Euclid 30 

Euclid 58 

Euclid. 32 

Euclid 33 

Euclid.. 46 

Euclid 50 

Euclid 33 

Euclid 48 

Euclid 44 

Euclid 47 

Euclid 36 

Euclid 48 



Lckewood .67 

Gilmore 32 

Berea 36 

Shaker 65 

Brush ...36 

Shaw 62 

Heights 62 

Western Reserve ...49 

Lakewood 44 

Shaker 61 

Brush 41 

Shaw 51 

Fairview 48 

Heights 58 

Gilmore ...41 



Wins 6 Losses 9 



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... to front. 
'My trunks what?' 





'Victory, victory is our cry!" 



JUNIOR VARSITY SWIM TEAM. Front Row: John Larkin, Tim Sanker, Roger Sanderson, Bill Walsh. Second Row: Coach Palmer, Dave Robb, Ernie Szabo, Bob 
Nakaji, Rich Griffith. 




BASKETBALL 

The tall, tempered teammates 
drove the ball down the floor. Run- 
ning circles around their opponents, 
this year's team won all but a few of 
their games, and those which they 
lost were the results of one or two 
baskets and one or two seconds. 
Led by the consistent high-scorers, 
Reichenbach and Creveling, the team 
pushed ball after ball through the 
net to arouse the citizens of Euclid 
perhaps far more than the pigskin- 
carrying mudslingers were able to 
do. 



Anything you can do, I can do better. 





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...45 Shaw 37 

.75 Garfield 55 

...62 Parma 43 

...53 Lakewood 47 

...72 Heights 54 

.17 Shaker ...49 

...61 St. Joseph 57 

...65 Brush 42 

...78 Valley Forge 49 

...54 Shaw 55 

...81 Parma 66 

...63 Lakewood 66 

...54 Akron Garfield 46 

...61 Heights 43 

...68 Newark 46 

...43 Shaker 33 

. .94 Brush 46 

...60 Valley Forge 40 

V/in 16 Loses 2 



Euclid controls the boards. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Left to right: Manager Dave Benner, Coach Dougtierty, Ron Gabriel, Ron Macks, Ken Stevenson, Sam Rockwell, Tom Murphy, Ken 
Misick, Rick Creveling, John Komocar, Jetf Bartholomew, Berke Reichinboch, Roger Murphy, Bob Palechek, Chuck Lanning, Chuck Leppert, Coach Wisniewski. 




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'It just hongs there. 





"If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times . . .1' 



Roger shoots a perfect arc. 




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Rich sees a ghost! Creveling tries for two against Akron Garfield. 



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Reichenbach — in a well-known pose. 




Let's go! 



Rebound number 999. 




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Bartholomew shows his expert timing. 




A bird watcher! — Jeff Bartholomew carefully 
eyes the Cardinals from Shaw. 




J. V. BASKETBALL 

Bouncing down the court was a brown 
leather ball. Dribbling along behind it was 
a straining member of Euclid's J. V. Basket- 
ball squad. Dogging him on all sides were 
grimfaced members of the opposing team, 
who wanted the ball to be bouncing down 
the court before them. But no such luck. 
For the sixth time, the ball bounced, was 
lifted up; the arm sprang forward, the ball 
arched gracefully into the net, and into the 
waiting arms of a hopeful junior varsity 
roundballer. 





J. V 


BASKETBALL 




Euclid... 


...40 


Shaw 


.....30 


Euclid... 


...28 


Lakewood 


.....43 


Euclid... 


...40 


Heights 


.....29 


Euclid... 


...46 


Shaker 


21 


Euclid... 


...45 


St. Joseph 


46 


Euclid... 


. ...54 


Brush 


42 


Euclid.... 


. ...33 


Valley Forge 


37 


Euclid... 


...36 


Shaw 


31 


Euclid. ... 


...45 


Parma 


48 


Euclid... 


...36 


Lakewood 


61 


Euclid.... 


....51 


Akron Garfidd .. 


65 


Euclid... 


...bl 


Heights 


47 


Euclid... 


...47 


Newark 


.....54 


Euclid.... 


...37 


Garfield 


34 


Euclid... 


...52 


Shaker 


44 


Euclid... 


...55 


Brush 


57 


Euclid... 


...56 


Valley Forge 


57 


Euclid... 


...42 


Parma 


55 




Wins 


8 Losses 10 





Up, up, up and away. 





J. V. BASKETBALL TEAM. First Row; Fred Krotine, Lenny Lange, Randy Ehinger, Bob Coode, Jerry Guslie, Rich Zowack, Ken Tieber, Kit Martinsen. Sec- 
ond Row: Coach Tekieli, Steve Watson, Tom Bernlohr, Terry Assad, Ken Girod, Terry Fritch, Herb Anderson, Tom Halbedel, Gory Smith, Tom Theis. 




"But it just disappeared." The J.V.'s fight for another win. 



Coode shows the Cardinals how to do it. 




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Linda Roberts 



Linda Fox 



Anita Habian 



J. V. CHEERLEADERS. Front Row: Sue Struna, Linn Conley, Orolee Tyle 
Second Row; Sandy Cable, Holly Lucas, Diane Slocker. 



CHEERLEADING SUBSTITUTES. Left to right: Mary Ellen Boga- 
tay, Kathy Jelenic, Eileen Arnold. 








Marian Hunt 



Penny Wolf 



Captain Connie Keller 



The peppy cheerleaders sparked enthusiasm among the fans and team alike. 




CHEERLEADERS 

Strong legs developed by ballet 
kicks and an overabundance of zest 
and youthful jollity are both qualities 
exhibited by Euclid's cheerleaders. 
The primary force in leading an en- 
thusiastic crowd in organized team 
support, these girls added much col- 
or to the sports activities. 



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ACTIVITIES 

Do not try to bound my world, for it has 

Limitless dimensions. So much I want to do; 

So little time. 

My desires 

The little ones that seem so big 

For all the things I had to get and reach 

Give way for want of place and time. 

Nothing at all outside my powers. 

No matter what I want to do 

Someone else wants to do it 

And with me. 

Do not try to bound me 

Or hold me in 

I need others 

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In a week there are 168 hours. 

But there are so many things to do. There 
are tickets and money to make, and publica- 
tions to get to press, and deadlines passing 
and absolute deadlines coming and strokes 
to learn and notes to unsour and harmony to 
perfect and lines to memorize and always 
practice, practice, practice. There are the 
World Affairs club and the Majorettes and the 
Future Teachers of America and Spectrum. 
The Student Council let everybody win. The 
Camera Club sloshed in developer; the Math 
club computed; the Chess Club checkmated. 
Everybody hummed. The hands of the clock 
looked like the sickle of a grim reaper as they 
moved relentlessly toward H-hour. Balls 
bounced in the gym, liquid splashes sprouted 
in the swimming pool, a clatter of frantic click- 
ing typewriters racketed in the Survey office. 
And in still corners of quiet rooms, minds grap- 
pled trying to figure out how to make money 
without really trying and how to serve and 
how to discuss world affairs. All this sweat 
and anguish bore fruit. A cheer was cheered. 
A paper was born. An idea was hatched. 

In a week there are 168 hours. There 
must be time to sleep and to eat, and to work. 
But many of the most valuable hours are spent 
in activities. The record of these hours is 
marked for me here. 




STUDENT COUNCIL. Front Row Marge Rupar, Pot Bizikowski, Solly Beutell, Judy Thorp, Leslie Nelson, Pot Wicheff, Rosolie Milone, Koren Pike, Borb 
Tercek, Bev Ronney, Gerry Joblonski, Marsha Routszohn, Ann Schultz, Joyce Novak, Diane Dougherty, Sandy Mattes, Peggy Dobnikor, Eloine Chounce, 
Bonnie Rozman, Second Row: Lynn Korlon, Bonnie Swanson, Joy Douglas, Peg Wills, Rosemary Boselin, Edna Hones, Morion Hunt, Sherry Gomboch, 
Carol Cresson, Connie Tuthill, Sandy Deere, Joonne Gutko, Joann Beechuk, Diana Beck, Steve Barnett, Olive Koger, Mary Lynn Pogonie, Sue Stanley, 
Mary Lowry. Third Row; Carol Kropence, Nancy Yeroy, Anno Stepic, Sue LaPorle, Gretchen Havreberg, Judy Debelok, Loureen Kitko, Judy Uronkor, 
Cheryl Soeder, Carol Sedusky, Eileen Spolek, Bev Burger, Gerri Urbancic, Marilyn Barbie, Donette DiBiasio, Ted Goble, Lucy Long, Norma Crone, Maggie 
Lynch, Nora Piper. Fourth Row: Dave Wilder, Mike Morgan, Norm Stewort, Mike Leber, Charlie Leppert, Fronk Jerneicic, Brian Maeder, Rog Murphy, 
Jeff Bartholomew, Al Elliot, Dennis Motko, John Burns, Mike Poladino, Ken Girod, Bill Zerovico, Don Beljan, Lorry Stapleton, Den Motko the Second, 
Eric Hertfelder, Tom Oleksy, Gory Gale. 



"But Doug, you can't do that!' 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

The junior legislators of Euclid 
High, gloating over the nnissed phys- 
ics test, filed solennnly into the Student 
Council room. Under the punctilious 
parliamentary procedures of Pres- 
ident Doug Vukcevic, they had come 
to observe Euclid High's most honor- 
ed v/eekly ritual, the Student Council 
meeting. Pursuing various activities 
for pleasure and profit, the Council 
sold students their books (paperback, 
that is), plied them with rulers and 
bookcovers at the supply store, 
guarded them in the halls, amused 
them at Homecoming, mediated for 
them with the administration, pro- 
tected them against themselves, and 
made bold plans to liven their day 
with music in the cafeteria. After be- 
ing sold, plied, guarded, amused, 
mediated, protected, and livened, the 
students were ready to enter whole- 
heartedly once again into that most 
lively, noisy, and interesting spring 
event — the elections. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD. Front Row: Treasurer Tom Brennon, Vice Presider^t Keith Goldlust, President Doug Vukcevic, 
Vice PresidenI Greg Cox, Secretory Marty Fields. Second Row: Rickie Hgrlburt, Clore Mansperger, Sonja Jerkic, Greg Done, Katie Piper, Ellen Brigden, 
Barb Applequist, Morgo Beery. 




BOOK STORE 

After patiently coping with much 
delay and inefficiency, the Student 
Council paperback book store chang- 
ed companies. The increased ser- 
vice to teachers and students sup- 
plied required reading material at a 
most convenient location, saving 
many trips to downtown Cleveland. 
The buyer or browser could also pick 
out a book to read for fun or extra 
information from the wide selection 
found on the shelves. Profit? Not 
much, and some people wondered if 
it were worth anything at all as they 
watched Mr. Taylor and the morning 
workers trying, before dashing up 
the stairs to homeroom, to replace 
the books which a hastily closed cup- 
board hod deposited on the floor. 




". . . and then I'll sell them for twice the profit." Our business-minded 
worker makes the paperback bookstore pay off. 



BOOK STORE WORKERS. Left to Right: Rickie Hurlburt, Carol Peterson, Laura Simpson, Nora Pipe 



Pipe 




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STUDENT SUPPLY STORE. Front Row: Roy Kilaoka, Jon Heinlein, Linda Sh 
Stefanko. Third Row: Rich Collins, Don Mooswinkel, Rog Murphy. 



Alison Winet, Sylvia 



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STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 

Familiar was the cry, "You can 
get almost anything at the Student 
Supply Store!" Anything included 
assorted shades of rubbertipped 
bobbi pins, typewriter paper, 24 inch 
white shoelaces, and honey-flavored 
Vick's cough drops. Sales on Sheaf- 
fer cartridge pens and notebook 
filler drew more customers to the al- 
ready overcrowded cubicle. And 
among the many sale items scurried 
Mr. Amster, directing a staff that 
witnessed the art of persuasion first- 
hand. 



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MOVIE CLUB 

With a spare study hall period and 
a little ingenuity, the movie club mem- 
bers provided the means for audio- 
visual education. After pulling 
shades, drawing curtains, and dim- 
ming lights, movie club members in- 
variably found the bulb burned out, 
the transistor dead, or the reel on 
backwards. This might perturb the 
unskilled operator, but movie club 
members were experts in their own 
right and, when everything was fin- 
ally in order, they crept from the 
room, returning when the education 
was completed. 




MOVIE ClUB. Front Row: Cheryl Stepino, Sue Schode, Joyce McKibben, Linda Sherrill. Second 
Row: Bob Evangelisto, Cheryl Lofgren, Gene Wertmon, Rich. Peterson. Third Row; Bob Lausche, 
Terry Springer, Jerry Toubmon Fourth Row Penny Duncan, Donna Blakeley, Jan Ostkar, Sigrid 
von Rekowski. Fifth Row Jack Kapsch, Tom Bell, Bob Kermavner, Lem Eolen Sixth Row 
Sponsor Mr. Bailey, Sponsor Mr Rinkes 




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p. A. CLUB. Front Row: President John Howord, Vice President Rich Holch- 
klss. Secretory Sharon Morse, Treasurer Bill Snellen. Second Row: Lindo 
Shemilz, Lynda Kasunic, Elise Grimm, Allan Koslreba, Jim Tkotch, Carole 
Allen, Tom Ruple, Vicki Regalbulo. Third Row: Judd Oliver, Diane Tollen, 
Tim Tryon, Dove Bell, Judy Novinc, Don Romano, Ed Schneider, Linda 
Krecic. Fourth Row: Jock Korlhals, Bob Hagberg, George Mcllroth, Richard 
Boldini, Bernie Hohs, Bob Lucci, John Maynard, Bob Usolis, Richard Fochl, 
Glen Foster, Gory BIy. 





P.A. ANNOUNCERS. Front Row: Myrtle Wagner, Joyce Mc- 
Kibben. Second Row: Karen Livermore, Laura Owen, Emily 
Offak. Third Row: Louis Fioritto, Keith Goldlust, Wade Schuelte. 



P.A. CLUB 

1 963 witnessed the end of those 
announcements which had become 
SO dear to our hearts. Gone were 
the bookstore commercials, and the 
traditional, witty Eucuyo announce- 
ments. The corn no longer sprouted 
daily from the student's favorite 
alarm clock. Instead, sensible an- 
nouncements were read briskly by 
an efficient staff of announcers. 



John Howard moans as a P. A. announcer reads on eleven 
minute Voce, announcement. 



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AD CLUB 

Mr. Voce's crew did it again — 
again they sold every program, it 
wasn't easy, but the Ad Club mem- 
bers succeeded by begging friends, 
conning strangers, and pestering in- 
nocent bystanders with unrelenting 
effort. They sold tickets, too; some- 
times spending the whole evening in 
a four-by-two cubicle, all for the sake 
of Ad Club. Some punched passes, 
stamped hands, and checked the 
general confusion that accompanies 
each athletic event. 



KEY CLUB 

On Thursday nights, when only the 
swish of the cleaning ladies' brooms 
and the drone of adult classes dis- 
turb the warm silence, the peace and 
quiet which prevails after hours in 
the halls of Euclid High is shattered 
by an animated assembly in the Stu- 
dent Council room. It is the largest 
Key Club in Ohio unlocking the door 
to heaven knows what. 




AD CLUB. Front Row: Joyce Locker, Rosemary Bosetin. Second Row; 
locky. Third Row; Pot Wotterman, Laura Simpson, Barb Vidensek. 



KEY CLUB. Front Row; Dennis Bailey, Mike Poolella, Ron Rogell, Rich Kendall, Jc 
John Reider, Ron Ashley, Gary Gale, Gus Paolucci, President Carlton Orebaugh. 
John Allor, Richard Lokotash, Doug Demien, Dan Bentley, Secretary Bill Beecharr 
Dieckmonn, Dick Cunningham, Jim Milovec, Dole Gllck, Ken Barta, Dennis Cebul, Jim 
Terry Wohlgemuth, Leo Goyanes, Allen Kovar, Treasurer Colin Murdoch, Roger Clolts 
lor, Don Hoppert, Rich Karosh, Carl Hurwitch, Joe Pollack, Bob Kovoch, Alfredo Gutie 
Bizosky. Fifth Row; Cameron Moore, Ken Bateman, Bill Zeravico, George Casey, Cra 
Larry Stopleton, Rich Creveling, Doug Adams, Tom Walters, Eric Hertfelder, Craig Vei 



ick Carlson, Mark Hobzak, Bill Schmenk, Tom Oleksy, John Polanc, 
Second Row; Paul Debevec, Bruce Hobek, Richard Lewis, Jim Mack, 
, Gary Ried, Russ Thompson, Jeff Frye, John Lehr. Third Row; Dale 
Jim Kurrent, Joe Ivanko, Bob Prijatelj, Ron Surtz, Paul Voccariello, 



Fourth Row; Bill Reinke, Ron Hrovat, Tom Schultheis, Honk Spo- 
rrez, Bruce Jones, John Burns, Bob Worzin, John Palmer, Tom 
ig Winder, Ron Plonton, Bart Schenck, Jim Hunt, Vice President 
nick, Dennis Race, Gary Zolar, Rick Bowen, Ted Goble. 





SPIRITS CLUB. Front Row: Greg Done, Roge 
Sue Bell, Barb ApplequisI, Gretchen Brandt, 



Murphy, Chuck Leppert, Berke 
President Marty Fields. .'Standi 



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w. Second Row: Greg Cox, Sonjo Jerkic, 
ckie Hurlburl. 



Ha, Ha, I told you we'd win. 




SPIRITS CLUB 

Their meetings and identity were 
a secret, but the idea which they were 
trying to convey was most evident — 
"Scrub Brush," "De-Rail the Rail- 
roaders," "Make the Redmen Dead 
Men," "Buck the Rangers," "Forge 
Ahead for #7," "Shuffle the Cards," 
"Claw the Tigers," "Pepper Shaker," 
or just plain "Beat St. Joe's." Work- 
ing within the realm of constructing 
school spirit, these anonymities 
sparked increased interest in the ath- 
letic program at Euclid and spirited 
the teams to success. 



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SOPHOMORES GIRLS' F.T.A. Front Row: Koy Moulder, Sue Baker, Joyce Wicherl, Oily Koger, Dionne Mekedis, Merrie Butterfield, Norma Smith, Goyle 
Wilson, Pam Schermon, Mary Wince, Diane Gershow, Sandy Cable, Carol Lewis. Second Row: Connie Montey, Barb Helmick, Mary Lou Stelzer, Fran 
Felz, Jane Stahl, Lynn Humphrey, Donna Waterwash, Sally Beutell, Linda Grugel, Betty Preston, Beth Knox, Joonn Dibelik, Sue Cochran. Third Row: 
Bobs Bessirec, Barb Word, Bonnie McArthur, Fran Komor, Sue Reider, Anne Olosky, Sheryl Tucci, Sue Stanley, Eileen Arnold, Joan Bureber, Gail Gul- 
benkian, Mary Lowry, Cheri Bartos, Donna Moretti. Fourth Row: Karen MacDonald, Darlene Vukcevic, Hilary Hunn, Mourine Jackson, Joyce Yerty, Gayle 
Walker, Sharon McGill, Carrie Ralzman, Martha Sckwory, Eileen Biedeiman, Gale Heighton, Sue Smith, Mary Strekal, Sue Perko, Connie Bretton. 




JUNIOR GIRLS' F.T.A. Front Row: Judy Craig, Ellen Wehrle, Carol Gabrenyo, Mary Ellen Gopich, Joyce McKibben, Elaine Begeike Lynn Murphy Linda 
Zust Sue Anderson Second Row Sandy Guild, June Novotny, Kathy Patton, Barb Shuber, Charlotte Ritz, K,m Hoshogen, Betty Lesiak, JoAnn Sov.ch, 
Don'oRolno, Elaine Cralc" T^d Lw: Frances Ulle, Sue%aulov^ Reeves, Corol Kropence, Michele Broskvar Kathy Guste,,c, Marco 

Steogler, Cynthia Steagler, Judy Strausbough, Marilyn Monsperger. Fourth Row: Sharon Pylick, Jackie Roschy Norma Crone, Judy Frustere, Karen S.at, 
Linda Miller, Barb Bradford, Maggie Lynch, Edna Hones, Judi Mervis, Dolores King. Fifth Row: Judy Hollack, Rosemary Bosetm, Lynn Mocln.kor, Sue 
LoPorte, Loura Ryder, Bev Holcomb, Sue Horsey, Anne Stepic, Kathy Korosec, Cheryl Cook, Karen Livermore. 




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BOYS' F.T.A. Front Row: Richard Blatnik, Tom Rieder. Second Row: John Reider, Jeff Foust, Bill Boag. 




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SENIOR GIRLS' F.T.A. Front Row: Morgo Zola, Cory Hummon, Sue Schode, Kolhy Yane, Undo Brock, Sandy Calvert, Linda Loope, Lauren Brown, Cindy 
Eppich, Pris Mahoney. Second Row: Sue Bohr, Mary Balsley, Barb Applequist, Kathy Abbott, Pot Federico, Cothy Martin, Kathy Tuckerman, Dorothy Fike, 
Barb Kramer, Judy Thorp, Rosemary Voce. Third Row: Linda Lege, Pom Gobolac, Rosemary Marmosh, Barb Wilcoxon, Marie Prokopovich, Joanne Gutka, 
Carolyn Maresh, Solly Brain, Cheryl Hehr, Pom Hadorich, Karen Fowler. Fourth Row: Gretchen Brandt, Nancy Rokas, Judy Debelak, Sue Stress, Diane 
Lukat, Elsie Wilke, Linda Long, Lorolie Horvoth, Shirley Novotny, Sue Grissard, Ann Harlnett. 




FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

Out of the classroom and back in 
again — that is the goal of the Future 
Teachers of America. No, the FTA 
members are not revengeful scourg- 
ers avenging all the surprise tests, 
grinding assignments, overpov/ering 
burdens, and crushing finals. We 
have it on the highest authority that 
it is better to give than to receive, and 
the FTA members are those who are 
interested in applying this principle. 
The teaching profession is one v/hich 
colls for dedication, something the 
FTA members knov/ from firsthand 
observation. They also know that 
their sacrifices will be rewarded by 
the knowledge that they are helping 
others. Sometimes. 



F.T.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD. Front Row: Vice President Gretchen Brandt, President Mary 
Balsley, Secretary Norma Crone. Second Row: Treosurer Gretchen Hovreberg, Hisforian 
Tina Grillo, Sue Schade, Marie Prokopovich. Third Row: Pom Hadarich, Carolyn Maresh, 
Sandy Calvert, Barb Applequist. Fourth Row; Judy Debelak, Karen Livermore, Linda Lege, 
Rosemary Marmash, Elsie Wilke. 



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FUTURE NURSES CLUB. Front Row: Janet Kropenc, Nancy LIndqulst, Janet Delsanter, Carol Boldini, Rosemary Mar- 
mash, Judy Kozlevcar, Modonno Weeks, Sue Willson, Donna Wolsti, Sue Wriglit, Barbara Shuber, Paulo Deister. 
Second Row: Joan Whittoker, Becky Leake, Jean Knoch, Joyce Knoch, Sue Paulovcin, Barb Kramer, Emily Offock, 
Carol Holus, Vicki Snow, Diane Giskee, Penny Wolf, Joyce Locker, Nancy Emser. Ttiird Row: Linda Miller, Eileen 
Rodgers, Ellen Brigden, Sylvia Barcovic, Marilyn Barbie, Helen Estvander, Sandy Rodencic, Elizobetti Neat, Lorolie 
Horvath, JoAnn Beechuk, Pot Deegan, Joyce Goodwin, Judy Bender, Linda McKee. Fourth Row: Donna Blokeley, 
Virginia Lowe, Dione Lukot, Joanne Hitly, Diana Hoedt, Hermine Schieb, Pot Dilworth, Pot Chylla, Janet Orehek, 
Rose Bostin, Rose Belanich, Evelyn Gray, Sue Yager. Fifth Row: Laura Vohcic, Jackie Brown, Cynthia Hoedt, 
Kothy Jonoitis, Pom Gobaloc, Linda Scheve, Lucy Ritter. 

Just gimme the facts, ma'am, just the facts. 



You say you see iwo pink elephants? 




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FUTURE NURSES' CLUB 

Together because of a common goal, junior and 
senior girls found the Future Nurses' Club both in- 
formative and fun. Hearing registered nurses, view- 
ing slides shown by an X-ray technician, and listen- 
ing to explanations about social life by student 
nurses gave members insight into many phases of 
medical careers. In November twenty girls toured 
St. Luke's Hospital, in December they helped decor- 
ate Euclid Glenville Hospital for the Christmas 
season, and in January they were shown how a 
young girl was rehabilitated. By comparing, dis- 
cussing, and inquiring, these girls were finally able 
to make career choices, and many chose the nursing 
profession. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS 

When Junior Red Cross members spied cross- 
word puzzles, instead of grasping a pencil they 
wielded scissors and in short order snipped the 
puzzle from magazines and newspapers. After 
pasting them on cardboard, the word-teasers were 
sent to enlisting officers so that servicemen could 
battle them while being screened. Besides this 
project, the Red Cross co-operated with Friendship 
Club to collect paperbacks and used books for 
prison inmates and participated in the Greater 
Cleveland Junior Red Cross Intercouncil. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS. Front Row: Emily Offak, Rose Pink, Theresa Richmond. Second Row; Sandy Gfe 
Shelby Fetko, Evelyn Hlod, Judy Richards, Sherry Fetko. 



Veronica Yager, Barb King. Third Row: 




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SENIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB 




SOPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 
JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB 




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FRIENDSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD. Front Row: Bobbie Strang, Linda Brock, Sandy 
Kessler. Second Row: Diane Geisky, Arlene Smitzkv, Rosemary Bosetin, Marilyn King. 
Third Row: Mary Bolsley, Olive Koger, Marilyn Ogrinc, Nikki Phillips. Fourth Row: 
Mary Ann Vardian, Gretchen Brandt, Diane Lukot, Bobbie Rochkar. 



FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

The last Thursdays of each month 
were days of friendship — that's when 
the Friendship Club met to extend 
brotherhood. Friendship Club, a ser- 
vice club, was mostly inclined to be 
sociable. To be serviceable, how- 
ever, they collected, packed, and dis- 
tributed used paperbacks for hospital 
patients in the Christmas spirit. Then 
there was the annual Christmas party 
in the E-Room and the Friendship 
formal which became an "Enchanted 
Evening." The banquet and style 
show culminated an active year, 
where Euclid's own high-fashion 
models, to the strains of Chopin, 
showed off spring's finery. 





STAGE CREW. 
Dick Redmond. 



Front Row: Tom Russ, Bill Blanc, Roy Summers. Second Row: Jim McConocha, Tom Bell, Kenny Kopley, 




CAMERA CLUB. Front Row: Greg Harper, John Fleshin, Bob Usolis. Second Row: Sponsor Mr. Rinkes, Carlton Orebough, Gory 
Ely, Don Lymon. 

FOREMEN'S CLUB 

Certain boys are selected because of leadership 
ability as foremen, to direct, boss, and generally 
take charge of the shop classes. Under the super- 
vision of instructors they learn lessons in respon- 
sibility as well as shop and take pride in their mem- 
bership in the club. After a year of this type of 
training, they are better qualified for jobs in the 
workaday world. 



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STAGE CREW 

No one knows what goes on behind the scenes — 
that is, no one but the stage crew. Each time play 
enthusiasts jam the auditorium the stage crew draws 
teasers, the strip as well as the traveler, and lowers 
the drop. The crew sets props, controls lighting, 
and coordinates scenery movement. They are an 
indispensable part of the cast, playing unseen roles. 



CAMERA CLUB 

In a dark and slushy room on the third floor is 
the headquarters for Euclid's shutterbugs. Here the 
members of the Camera Club, groping about in the 
dark among enlargers, dryers, tanks, and dripping 
negatives, record indelible impressions of Euclid 
High. The Camera Club is a service organization, 
and it responds on call to requests for photographic 
work, creating a good image of itself by prompt 
and efficient service. 



FOREMEN'S CLUB. Front Row: Chris Moher, Jim Deely, Tom Nimelli, David Foersle, Jim Smith, Gene Eyer, Fred Davis. Second Row: Sponsor Mr. Nold, 
John Perrotti, Carl Morgenthaler, Jim Somrak, Rich Seaman, Dave Robinson, Don Goster, Al Russ, Don Hull. 





CO-OP STUDENTS. Front Row: Judy Leskovic, Lynn Hrovot, Doloi 
Pat Waldron, Linda Lindic, Marge Hosto, Gerri Polls. 



, Lynn McGrego 




FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA. Front Row: Rita Marthin, Diane Brule, Mary Beth Kovolch, Joann Hilty, Judy Leskovec, Marge Haslo, Do- 
lores Skrojner, Mary Beth Green, Sue Grisard. Second Row: Shirley Gere, Julianna Campano, Nancy Emser, Carol Pulver, Lynne Hrovat, Sandy Davis, 
Lynn McGregor, Marian Komar, Cathy Buehner, Jeanette Koenig. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 

On that particularly cold weekend in February, 
all of the girls in the business department who had 
scored 100% on the NOMA tests joined the 
delegates from F.B.L.A. at the state convention, one 
of this year's activities. Minimum requirements which 
qualify the many interested students for member- 
ship are two courses in the business department and 
an interest in preparing for the business wotld. 



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NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY 
ATHLETIC BOARD 

The National Athletic Scholarship Society hon- 
ored those who combined scholastic ability with 
athletic prowess. Through this organization, the 
school was reminded that the ancient Greek ideal 
of a sound mind in a sound body was still very much 
up to date. The Society encouraged those who 
sprained the brain as well as those who did not spare 
the brawn, and its members made creditable show- 
ings in the classroom as well as on the playing field. 
Meanwhile, Voce channelled more money into the 
coffers of the Athletic Board, an organization which 
had charge of the administrative aspects of the 
athletic program. Through their behind the scenes 
work, the Board encouraged and supported all the 
school's sports activities. 




NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. Front Row: Frank Jernejcic, Mike Leber, Rich Korash, Bill Beacham, John Kovach, Bill Sederholm, Stan 
Yabroff, Dale Bizily. Second Row: Bob Usalis, Rich Collins, Mike Oroien, Tom Murphy, Pete Breen, Doug Vukcevic, Roger Murphy, Jim Orr, Mr. 
Lindsay. 



ATHLETIC BOARD. Front Row: Fronk Pringle, Vic Resch, Hal Dougherty. Second Row: 
Clorence Eckert, Dale Thompson, Herbert Nold. Third Row: Anthony Voccariello, 
Don Mohr, Bob Addis. 





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WAI NAPOLO. Front Row: President Bill Houck, Vice President Wendy Conrad, Secretary Peggy Dobnicar, Treasurer John Rondt, Alison 
Winet, Lucy Lang, Carol Halus, Diane Bell, Kathy Tuckermon, Sherri Downen, Mary Beth Greene, Margo Bradford, Janice Colon. Second 
Row: Mrs. Schwegler, Linda Tiffany, Barb Ward, Michele Kmet, Connie Keller, Sandy Barker, Charlotte Hildebrand, Linda Raits, Judy Hoce- 
var, Mary Klosky, Sandy Borgsteadt, Eileen Rodgers, Doris Young, Barb Bradford, Linda Zust. Third Row: Mr. Resch, Bob Paulson, Dave 
Mallue, Dave Wilder, Tom Allen, Ed Mauser, Dove Robb, Tom Tumbry, Tom Brennan, Craig Vernich, Mike Long, Dan Spokos, Ted Goble, 
Gary Zola, Roy Kitaoka. 



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G.A.A. OFFICERS. Front Row: President Donna Stock, Vice President Kothy Lybarger. 
Second Row: Secretary Kim Hoshagen, Sponsor Mrs. Bach, Treasurer Maggie Lynch. 



WAI NAPOLO 

It's that reputation that counts 
and that is what the Swim Club built 
this year. Their widely known grue- 
some initiations, feared by all, were 
eliminated this year to the disgust of 
present members but fortune of next 
year's tryouts. Swim Club members 
prided in knowing every stroke from 
the elementary crawl to the advanced 
butterfly and strove for perfection 
of swan dives and synchronized 
swimming. With gusto they wrote 
skits for swim show, selected lyrics, 
practiced until water-logged, for the 
honor of a senior solo or just a part 
in the annual swim show. 



GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The Girls' Athletic Association 
provided physical stimulus and men- 
tal relaxation for the feminine ath- 
letes of Euclid High. Since they can- 
not participate in the popular varsity 
sports, the intramurals set up through 
this organization are one of the very 
few opportunities the girls have to 
participate in team competition. 



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GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB. Front Row: Morgo Beery, Susan Bell, Kothy Popioiek, President Grelchen Brandt, Vice President Mary Ellen McGrow, Secrefory 
Barb Applequist, Treosurer Margo Zola, Historian Judy Debelok, Jan Krapenc, Cory Hummon, Roswitha Oetsner, Sandy Tarantino. Second Row: Rose- 
mary Marmash, Kathy Lybarger, Mory Lou Kalinowski, Elaine Scoranko, Jan Delsanter, Char Kerestes, Sandy Miller, Barb Wilcoxon, Alice Will, Judy 
Kozlevcar, Penny Wolf, Norma Crone. Third Row: Kathy Ulle, Danette DiBiasio, Donna Romano, Carole Allen, Jane Schulte, Judy Uronkar, Gerri Ur- 
bancic, Kim Hashogen, Sandy Williams, Mary Ellen Bogatoy, Mary Wolanski, Bonnie Budas. 




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GIRLS' LEADERS' CLUB 

The Girls' Gym Leaders are chosen 
for their outstanding achievements in 
many fields, but particularly in the fields 
of physical education and sportsmanship. 
And they continue to stand out in gym 
class in their white shirt and shorts and 
new yellow uniforms. Perhaps they are 
not always the most agile and adept 
class members, but they are there to help 
to teach others while learning themselves, 
and they are respected by their class- 
mates for their efforts. Unless you en- 
joy physical education and working with 
others, you are not among those girls who 
give up their time for Girls' Leaders. 



Margo Beery shoots the bull — s-eye. 



"The Line-Up" 




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SPECTRUM. Front Row: President Rich Brown, Vi 
Haigh, Gcii Gulbenkian, Sonja Skrlj. Second Ro 
Sharon Apolski, Sandy Harris, Sue Cochran. Thi 
Veronica Yager, Peggy Brancae, Paula Deisler. 



:e President Don Wiltshire, Secretary Carolyn Cresson, Treasurer Robin Carter, Nick Perencevich, Russ 
m: Carol Pulver, John Amos, Mary Klosky, Joann Hitty, Nora Piper, Sue Warner, Kathy Drogolich, 
d Row: Ruth Ricksecker, Nancy Kaslon, Joyce Chisholm, Sandy Gfeller, Sue Bell, Barb Applequist, 
Fourth Row: Randy Wood, Margaret DeViney, Linda Lege, Ann Hortnett, Mary Lou Strekal, Cheryl 



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Fifth Row: Tom Halbedel, Joy Douglas 
in Humphrey, Chuck Mallue. Sixth Rovv 
:arl Stotz, Tom Stohre, Ron Bailey, Mr. 



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Jim Zimmermon, Dave 



A.F.S. Front Row: John Amos, Danette DIBiasio, Judy Slrausbough, Rich Korash. Second Row: Mr. Pringle, Mrs. Zimn 
Mrs. Baumeisler, Mrs. Gates, Mr. Voccoriello. Third Row: Jan Howell, Noel Goslee, Jim Zimmerman, Laura Simpson, 



on, Mrs. 
Bell. 



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SPECTRUM. From 
Routzahn, Denise 
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Stanley, Sally Brc 



Linda Brock, Cathy Martin, Penny 
Prileson, Mary Lowry, Sue Reider 



Pete Akraboff, Dennis Cebul, Paul 
ly. Sue DeVonna, Nancy Patrick, Cindy Eppich, Lucy 
ash, Cheryl Turk, Marilyn Monsperger, Sharon Welch, Pot Bee 
Sue Lohrey, Lindo Long, Cothy Davis, Barb Peiek, Linda Nu 



c, Randy Stauffer, Dennis Billings. Second Row: Lauren Brown, Marsha 

Diana Hoedt, Carolyn Maresh. Third Row; Kathy Hunter, Rosemary 

Judy Thorp, Debbie Van Vechten. Fourth Row: Chris Ross, Sue 

Fifth Row: Rita Morthin, Connie Mantey, Linda Prire. Fllen Fiko 



Dickinson, Dorothy Fike. Sixth Row: Barb Shepard, Kathy Tuckermon, Judy Mervis, Sue Stross, Alison Polrick, Carol 



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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

Financed by the traditional foreign 
films, the treasury of the American 
Field Service swelled, and hoped to 
be allowed to disgorge enough 
money to send one of Euclid's hope- 
fuls abroad. The AFS, founded as 
on ambulance brigade during the 
First World War, has since then 
developed into on international 
scholarship program which this year 
sent over 2800 visitors to the United 
States. Our .036% shore came in 
the form of Lucy Long, the second 
dividend to arrive from the invest- 
ment in film entertainment, but the 
first from South of the Border. Mean- 
while, the four prospects to return the 
favor waited anxiously for the mail- 
man to see if they could be Euclid's 
answer to the Alliance for Progress. 



SPECTRUM 

The nefariously fanged figure 
sauntered to the door. Who was in- 
side the Drocuia costume? Why, Mr. 
Eisen, of course, sponsor of Spec- 
trum, the indescribable club which 
did everything. Spectrum members 
were game for falling to with burnt 
cork and pumpkin for the Halloween 
frolic, or donning more conservative 
apparel to witness the last man on 
earth become lonesco's Rhinoceros . 
Undoubtedly one of the fastest-grow- 
ing clubs at Euclid, Spectrum found 
itself in the unusual position of dis- 
couraging the thronging membership. 
But in they came, and the officers 
puzzled, shrugged, and ordered 
more cider. 



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TALENT SCOUTS E.H.S. 

Many unusually talented students 
in Euclid High tried out for their high 
school stage debuts in the annual 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. paid assembly. 
This provided an outlet for their tal- 
ents and enabled them to develop 
their performing abilities. 



NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 

Overloaded station v/agons, hard- 
seated school buses, and grim de- 
termination to improve carried Na- 
tional Forensic League members to 
speech contests. When the contest 
season began, students v/ere nervous, 
and though they had to rise at five in 
the morning, they found themselves 
too excited to catch forty winks on the 
long ride. As the season progressed, 
ability increased, and extemps, or- 
atorical decs, debotors, and original 
orators found new pride and con- 
fidence in speaking. Often whole 
Saturdays were whittled away in com- 
petition and suspense while awaiting 
results became a regular thing, as 
speakers strove to accumulate twen- 
ty-five points and the right to wear 
the N.F.L. pin. 




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3ren Pike, Judy Lilley, Amy Picciano. 
Lilley, Julia Lesiok. Third Row: Bob Le 



NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE. Front Row: 
Von Vechten. Second Row: Laura Owen, Ca 
sor, Paul Cox, Bill Blanc. 



resident Wdde Schuette, Recording Secretary Karen Livermore, Marion Wasendo, Ruth Ricksecker, Debbie 
dI Klevay, Mary Lynn Pogonie, Cindy Traina, Sponsor Mr. Robuck. Third Row: Keith Goldlust, Scott Win- 




THESPIANS. Front Row: President Carol Kiev 
cevic, Mitsi Wagner, Sally Howe. Second Ro 



President Sylvia Slefanko, Secretary-T 
;immerman, Pete Akroboff, Tony Petruz 



Allen Johns, Sally Forker, Laura Owen, Jan Vuk- 
Fergus, Rich Brown, Tom Bell, Tom Russ, Ray Sum- 



The grass is greener on the other side. 




THESPIANS 

The arbiters of dramatic activity 
ruled over their stage domain from a 
dark cubbyhole known as the stage 
shop. Having come through a long 
and arduous course of preparation, 
now sharply restricted by the Initia- 
tion-Control Law, those who made it 
to the top kept a close eye on the up- 
and-comers, who were inducted twice 
a year at ceremonies distinguished 
by taste, moderation, and culture. 
The culture included demonstrations 
of the developing talent, screening of 
the modern "avant garde" films, and 
other appropriate items of interest. 
Between initiations, the Thespians, 
like everyone else, relaxed, took a 
breather, and sat. 



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MATH CLUB. Front Row: Sponsor Mr. Reno. Keith Goldlust, Les Taylor, Jim Zimmerman. Second Row: Janet Hribe 
Karen Heckert, Sonjo Skrlj, Ron Surtz, Robin Carter. Third Row: Leslie Harris, Jackie Brown, Debbie Van Vechtei 
Carolyn Henry, Pom Noda. Fourth Row: Rich Kershaw, John Lehr, Bruce Hobzek, Wade Schuette, Paul Debevec. 



MATH CLUB 

If you happen to be passing Room 103 some 
Thursday afternoon, you will see a collection (or 
perhaps "set" is the word) of eager feces gazing 
raptly at someone making strange signs on the 
blackboard. Be very quiet, for it is the Math Club's 
weekly hashing out of various vendettas, such as 
what IS 1/0 and are there more points on a plane 
than on a line? After much heated discussion — 
often requiring a squashing remark from the other 
Mr. Reno, or a quick thrust by co-presidents Keith 
Goldlust and Les Taylor to restore order, business 
gets under way, with various giant bargains and 
prizes going to the top untanglers of the week's 
brain-twister. 



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CHESS CLUB 

One of the more scholarly sports 
has its representation in the Chess 
Team, which is classified as a club, 
even though they participate in many 
interschool challenges. Euclid's team 
was consistently underrated, al- 
though they checked through com- 
petition with many triumphs. The team 
members found this year to be rather 
successful, in spite of the loss of many 
of their best players lost year, be- 
cause they knew how to apply them- 
selves to the task at hand, especially 
under the pressure of a constantly 
ticking clock. 




SCIENCE SEMINAR. Front Row: Noncy Kaston, Barb Baker, Paul Debe 



Bob Malinak. Second Row: Debbl( 



Harvey Goertz 



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Dave Garland, 
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Vechten, Sandy Barker, Don Wiltshii 



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Eighth Row: Sponsor Mr. Judge. 



Row: Carolyn Henry, Les Taylor, Lionel Smith, Jim Burich, Chris Pinkney. 
lorris, Geoffrey Whitaker, Cheryl Stelgouf, Rich Karosh. Fifth Row: 
Hertfelder, Ron Surtz, Roy Frank. Sixth Row: Tom Frohlich, Bob 
iddell. Seventh Row: Jim Zimmerman, Robin Carter, Dove Wilber. 



SCIENCE SEMINAR 

Ever heard of a Klein bottle? If 
you haven't, you are not a member of 
the Joe Berg Science Seminar, whose 
members heard about the weird one- 
surface bottle in a discussion of 
topology, a new mathematical dis- 
cipline which takes Euclid's nice neat 
scheme and stretches it into an entirely 
new geometry. Keeping up with 
modern trends was one desire which 
attracted students; another was see- 
ing real scientists put into application 
the principles which they had only 
seen decorating the pages of books. 
Seminar topics were wide ranging, 
from archeology to zoology. They 
were delivered by a wide range of 
speakers, with reactions from yawns 
to ecstasy. Often, trips were ar- 
ranged to the sites of research, and 
one could see the monstrous appara- 
tus, which, with a powerful mind, 
could give results. But the most im- 
portant aspect of the Seminars was 
undoubtedly introducing the student 
to the world of the real scientist and 
his problems. 



CHESS CLUB. Front Row: Wayne Rohricht, Earl Switolsky, L 







NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Front Row: Sponsors Mr. Sawyer, Mr. Avers, President Jim Zimmerman, Vice President Keitti Goldlust, Secretary Katie Piper, 
Treasurer Barb Applequist, Robin Carter, Tom Murphy, Greg Cox, Lem Eaglen. Second Row: Peggy Brancae, Sue Bohr, Richard Brown, Dale Bizily, Roswitha 
Oelsner, Marty Fields, Sue Bell, Carolyn Moresh, Judy Thorp, Morgo Zola, Sally Howe, Carol Klevay. Third Row: Kathy Tuckerman, Linda Lege, Sandy Calvert, 
Sonja Jerkic, Doug Vukcevic, Laura Simpson, Gretchen Brandt, Kothy Lybarger, Noel Goslee, Judy Debelak, Mark Hobzek, Tom Burroughs, Wendy Conrad, 
Roger Murphy, Margo Beery. 




Parents and students socialize at the annual N.H.S. reception 
in the E-Room. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

With a thud, the scroll hit the floor. Panic hit the 
audience. Hearts throbbed above the gentle hunn 
of the organ. Shrouded figures in colored capes 
moved through the auditorium. The National Honor 
Society was inducting its new crop of members. 
Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service 
reigned as the secretary called the role of the in- 
ductees in a slow, steady voice. A ripple in the 
audience. Someone was making his way to the 
stage. Slowly he mounted the steps. The steps 
creaked. He lit the candle. He shook the extended 
hand. Congratulations. "I pledge myself to up- 
hold .. ." 

Recognition is a small part of achievement, but 
the National Honor Society offers recognition as a 
reward for service. By basing its goals on Char- 
acter, Service, and Leadership as well as Scholar- 
ship, the Society hopes to contribute to the spread 
of these qualities, and hopes to encourage its in- 
ductees to join the succession of those who have 
fulfilled the duties and responsibilities of life with 
honor and with reputation. 



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1963 JUNIOR N.H.S. INDUCTEES. Front Row: Linda Tomko, Ellen Wehrle, Danetle DiBiosio, Penny Wolf, Donna Romano, Edna Haynes, Judy Straus- 
bough, Marilyn Monsperger, Barb Hille, Rickie Hurlburt. Second Row: Norma Crone, Linda Fox, Bobbie Rochkor, Mary Ellen Bogotay, Connie Keller, 
Kim Hashagen, Sandy Williams, Mary Ann Minillo, Char Ritz, Gerri Urbancic, Ken Barta. Third Row: Judy Mervis, Ellen Brigden, Laura Wittine, Karen 
Livermore, Lynn Mocilnikar, Jackie Brown, Leslie Harris, Wade Schuette, Colin Murdoch, Ron Surtz. Fourth Row: Sue Horsey, Linda Roberts, Judy Hoce- 
var, Gretchen Hovreberg, Jane Holloway, Sue Blatnik, Anno Stepic, Rich Korosh, Bev Holcomb, Paul Cox, Greg Dane, Rich Creveling. 




The N.H.S. assembly. 




1963 SENIOR N.H.S. INDUCTEES. Front Row; Barb Tercek, Cathy Martin, Lauren Brown, Marsha Routzahn, Linda Brock, Barb King, Cheryl Turk, Frank 
Jernejcic, Kathy Yane, Cindy Eppich, Dorthy Fike, Kathy Popioiek, Nancy Koston, Sue Schode, Kothy Abbott. Second Row: Solly Brain, Sandy Miller, 
Mike Leber, Pete Akroboff, Pom Hodorich, Alice Will, Joyce Stonek, Peggy Davis, Juliana Campano, Joanne Beechuk, Mary Balsley, Kothy Corrigan, 
Linda Nurmi, Barb Kramer, Nancy Lindquist. Third Row: Joyce Novak, Sandy Stefonko, Linda Scheve, Ann Hartnett, Karen Jombor, Jeonette Stillinger, 
Diane Bell, Nancy Rakas, Rosemary Mormash, Bev Burger, Jackie Lunder, Les Taylor, Tom Oleksy, Carol Cresson. Fourth Row: Bart Schenck, Jeff Bar- 
tholomew, Bill Zeravico, Pete Breen, Mike Orazen, Doug Wheeler, Bud Kramer, Rich Hotchkiss, Bill Sederholm, Paul Vaccoriello, Stan Yabroff, Chuck 
Leppert, Ron Ashley, Ross Fergus, Clare Monsperger. 



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INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL. Front Row: John Fleshin, Ken Barto, Kothy Lybcrger, Wendy Conrad, Les Taylor, 
Second Row; Karen Jombor, Carol Sedusky, Corolyn Maresh, Sue Blatnik, Jane Holloway, Margo Beery, Gretchen Brandt, 
wittia Oelsner, Joanne HItty, Noel Goslee. Ttiird Row: Virginia Lowe, Linda Lege, Nancy Kaston, Sue Batir, JoAnn Be 
Spaiek, Kattiy Tuckerman, Nancy Rakas. Fourth Row: Ann Hartnett, Laura Simpson, Bob Wilcoxon, Sue Bell, Cathy Da 



Carolyn Cresson, Linda Brock, Kathy Yane, Judy Thorp, Cindy Eppi 
Tom Oleksy, Mark Hobzek, Bud Kramer, Dave Leber, Randy Stouffer, 



rank Jerneicic, Mary Balsley. 
'at Federico, Pam Turk, Ros- 
chuk. Barb Vidensik, Eileen 
:, Solly Howe, Leslie Long, 



Barb Applequist, Bev Burger, Ma 
n Orr, Terry Wilson, Bill Zeravic 



•go Zo 
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Fifth Row: Greg Cox, Doug Wheele 
t, Carlton Orebaugh, Jim Zin 



St& 



An iinpressive organization, an impressive ceremony, an 
impressive pin. 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL 

This is the ultimate end — for deserving staff 
members of Euclid High's literary productions. Talent 
and effort in the field of journalism are recognized 
twice a year at the short and simple closed induc- 
tion ceremonies. At this time each new member of 
this national honorary society is awarded his pin, or 
safety pin as the case was this year, for the emblems 
had not yet arrived at the time of the evening's 
ritual. 



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Lem Eaglen gavels in another World Affairs meeting. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB 

Bake sales that introduced "Mr. Cookie" to 
every Euciidite and after school popcorn sales 
financed World Affairs Club activities. Members 
heard Mr. Nehru, an ambassador from India, and 
Col. Edurado Martin-Elena, who v/as once a Cuban 
military leader, speak at the Carter Hotel. Through 
group discussions and speakers, members learned 
more of world situations, which should be the con- 
cern of every student. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB. FRONT ROW: Lem Eaglen, Edna Hones, Nancy Lindquist, Dorothy Fike. Second Row: Sue Baker, Janice Pickett, Lou Hodak- 
ievic, Linda Sherrill, Gerry Krome. Third Row; Nancy Waschuro, Kalhy Butt, Judy Kramer, Eloyne Kovocs, Carol Andrew, Ida Lisuzzo. Fourth Row: 
Sandy Harris, Nancy Linsley, Lucy Lang, Roswitho Oelsner, Fronces Ulle. Fifth Row: Bernadette Inman, Diane Liptak, Bill Figner, Marilyn Bilicic, Sue 
Nelson, Don Lyman. 




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a Yog. 



Bob Cormany, Gary Berns 
Nancy Kaslon, Sue Bell, L 



Bernie Hohs, Les Taylor. Second Row: Sue Grissard, Linda Brock, Pal Federico, Sue 
Long. Fourth Row; Michele Breskvar, Bev Holcomb, Ron Bailey, Ted Morkley. 



EUCUYO 

Quite a bit of tearing goes on in the Eucuyo of- 
fice: the editor tears his Kennedy-style hair, phil- 
osophical discussions tear the literary masterpieces 
to pieces, and staff members tear writers and each 
other to bits with verbal rips. But, if you want to 
turn out a good literary magazine, you must have 
good writers, something the Eucuyo staff manages 
to come up with by deadline, even if they have to 
use themselves as a last resort. 



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EUCUYO EDITORS. Front Row: Essay Editor Sue Bell, Business Manager Les Taylor. Sec( 
Row: Editor-in-Chief Tom Burroughs, Sponsor Miss Rust. Third Row: Poetry Editor Nancy 
Kaston, Art Editor Linda Brock. 



SENIOR SCANDAL 

Euclid's senior's dirty laundry was 
very publicly and reveolingly washed 
in the Senior Scandal. Confession is 
good for the soul, they say, and this 
sums up the philosophy of the snoop- 
ers. Under the direction of "Peeping 
Randy," various choice morsels were 
bagged, prepared, suitably spiced, 
and served to the waiting audience. 
It was strictly thumbs down on the 
victims. Their reputations were laid 
under cold type. 



SENIOR SCANDAL. Front Row: Marsha Routzahn, Lauren Brown, Barb Applequist, Carolyn Hummon, Pat Jaffroy, Barb Trauger, Marty Roma, Cynthia 
Eppich, Marie Prokopovich, Nancy Mijacek, Margo Zola. Second Row: Cathy Martin, Barb Tercek, Carol Cozart, Linda Loope, Rosemary Voce, Co- 
Editor Mary Balsley, Co-Editor Randy Stauffer, Paula Vidusich, Pam Turk, Vetus Syracuse, Jean Schneller. Third Row: Les Taylor, Barb Wilcoxon, Linda 
Lege, Carolyn Maresh, Rosemary Marmash, Joyce Novak, Joanne Gutka, Kathy Lyborger, Tom Oleksy, Carol Cresson, Cathy Davis, Joe Pollack, Doug 
Wheeler, Roger Murphy, Jeff Bartholomew. 





SURVEY CUB REPORTERS. Front Row: Donna Kobe, Carol Klevay, Leslie Long, Sandy Lemm, Jan Houry, Gerri Miller, Eileen Spaiek, Second Row; 
Rakas, Kothy Tuckerman, Ann Hortnett, Linda Lege, Doug Wheeler, Tom Oleksy, Barb Vidensek. 



Train reaction 



"Natural corruption' 







■m.m 




SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF. Front Row: Carlton Orebougti, Dale Bizlly, Ken Barlo. Second Row: Carolyn Cresson, Joann 
Beechuk, Laura Simpson, Pom Turk. Ttiird Row: Sonjo Jerkic, Carolyn Maresh, Susan Nelson, Colin Murdoch. Fourlti 
Row: Editor-in-Chief Judy Ttiorp, Noel Goslee, Linda Tomko, Jotin Flestiin, Mr. Smith. 

SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 

This year marked Survey's entrance into the 
world of black ink, made possible by a 100% price 
hike; but a monopoly of the Euclid biweekly literary 
production enabled the banner "If it's been SUR- 
VEYED, it's true" to float once again over the 
journalistic world. Known for witticisms in galley 
proof and below-the-belt tactics in football games, 
the Survey branched out into nostrums for the ner- 
vous in its coloring contests which provided 
psychological relief for the tension and para-defense 
mechanisms of frustrated seniors and unadjusted 
sophomores. The Survey office doubled as a center 
of culture. Decorated in the Neo-Tharp style, it 
boasted mobiles, driftwood, and similar treasures, 
even including a telescreen on one occasion. In the 
midst of this, typewriters clicked, shoes clacked, 
tongues waggled, flashbulbs popped, deadlines 
passed, copy was proofed, pencils wagged, minds 
hummed, and presses roared. The Survey was out 
on time. 



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Ha! And Mr. Mize thinks the Survey's getting this money. 



SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 

Peanuts, Popeye, and subtle P. A. announce- 
ments convinced even the most naive sophomore 
minds to promote the Survey. By catching every 
sleepy student with gentle pleas and constant re- 
minders of the Survey's many attributes, more than 
nine hundred subscriptions were sold. Marty Fields, 
OS Business Manager, directed v/hat often prevailed 
as chaos in the cluttered, common Bus-Ed office. A 
v/ell-supplied cookie jar and aspirin fund were the 
only means which kept tempers low, as Mr. Mize 
and Mr. Smith asserted their authority in spite of 
protests. 




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SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF. Front Row: Mary Boisley, Business Wonoger Marly Fields, Dove Leber. Second Row: Barb Trauger, Cindy Eppich, Cathy 
Martin, Karen Lutz, Linda Loope. Third Row: Kothy Corrigan, Pot Federico, Kim Hoshogen, Marie Laukiovich, Juliana Campana, Cathy Davis. Fourth 
Row: Terry Wilson, Norm Stewart, Don Cherne, Les Toylor. 



By the way, Marty, you don't happen to have an extra picture of 
yourself, do you? 



"Raise the price again?" 



l^tt^^^^^ 





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After all, EUCLIDIAN 









EUCLIDIAN AD STAFF. Front Row: Linda Loope, Margo Zola, Linda Brock, Lynn Murphy, Judy Lilley, Sue Anderson, Barb Tercek, Kpthy Yane, Kathy 
Abbott, Gerri Krome. Second Row: Gretchen Brandt, Rosemary Bosetin, Sondy Torantino, Rosemary Voce, Vetus Syracuse, Carol Kalolenac, Kim Hoshagen, 
Barb Wllcoxon, Paula Viduslch, Nancy Kaston. Third Row: Ginny Lowe, Jan Delsanter, Rose Belanich, Tom Oleksy, Carol Cresson, Pom Turk, Bev Drox- 
ler, Joanne HItty, Pom Hadarich, Ted Goble, Nancy Lindquist. Fourth Row: Rick Bowen, Tom Murphy, Chuck Leppert, Dole Bizily, Dennis Griffin, Roger 
Murphy, Bill Sederholm, Joe Pollack, Paul Voccoriello, Doug Swisher, Jim Orr, Roswitha Oelsner. 











EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 

And the grad walked in the door 
and demanded, "Where's my supple- 
ment?" It seems that the end of the 
1962 yearbook had been too heavy 
for the postage which the Euclidian 
Business staff had pasted on the out- 
side of the large manila envelopes. 
But amends were soon made and all 
of the literature delivered. This was 
only a small part of the important 
role played by the business staff. The 
communal office, housing the edito- 
rial and ad staffs as well, was the 
scene of much hustle and bustle, for 
this efficient staff was conducting a 
full scale campaign to sell as many 
of the "Better, Best, Biggest" Euclid- 
ians as possible. 










There's standing room only in the E-Room's popular lounge during lunch periods. 
"Set up another round, Mrs. G." 




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E-ROOM MANAGERS. Left to righl: Nancy McNob, Mrs. Groofmeyer, Pat Kane, Linda Nurtni. 



If you can't dance in the Panther room, you can sleep in the small lounge. 







E-ROOM ACTIVITIES 

At the familiar table that seemingly 
belonged only to you, in the lounge, or 
lingering at the soda bar, — there, over 
cokes and half-finished splits, came heat- 
ed discussions, jokes, and binding friend- 
ships. And, when you were all talked 
out, you could watch the girls and a few 
boys do the popeye, mashed potato, or 
hitch-hiker. From Mrs. Graafmeyer's 
office, bedecked with certain graduating 
seniors, came authority, advice, encour- 
agement, and congratulations. 



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Senior Attendanf Janet Strazier 



Sen/or Attendant Charlotte Kerestes 





Junior Attendanf Roberta Johnston 
250 



Sophomore Attendant Donna Beechuk 




Our Winter Festival Queen Judith Debelak 



251 




'In the midsf of life we are in the midst of death. 



'Here I come, Miss America. 



CAST: THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH 

Announcer Richard Brown 

Sabina Carol Klevay 

Mr. Fitzpatrick Allen Johns 

Fitzpatrick' s Assistant ..Laura Owen 

Mrs. Antrobus Jan Vukcevic 

Dinosaur Gary Bernstein 

Mammoth Karen Heckert 

Telegraph Boy John Lehr 

Gladys Heidi Lasnik 

Henry Peter Akraboff 

Mr. Antrobus Jim Zimmerman 

Doctor Jim Devney 

Professor Tony Petruzzi 

Judge - Richard Brown 

Homer Ross Fergus 

Miss E. Muse --- Leslie Long 

Miss T. Muse Dona Hido 

Miss M. Muse Susan Smith 

Ushers Tom Bell, Ricky Redmond 

Majorettes Linda Brock, Leslie Long 

Fortune Teller .Sylvia Stefanko 

Chair Pusher Jim McConocha 

Conveeners ...Jack Neumore, Tony Petruzzi, 

Tom Bell, Jim Devney, 
Gary Bernstein, Ross 

Fergus, Dennis Bailey 

Broadcast Official Richard Brown 

Defeated Candidate Jack Neumore 

Mr. Tremayne Richard Brown 

Hester Susan Smith 

Ivy Sally Forker 

Frecf 6a/7ey Jim Devney 



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"Enjoy yourself, boh! You are all doomed!' 



Twelve o'clock: the bewitching hour. 

■-"^ — '■ ~ 4. ' n 




FALL PLAY 

Onto the Euclid stage, accustomed to unusual 
plays, came in the fall of 1962 Mr. George Antro- 
bus of Excelsior, New Jersey, the inventor of the 
wheel; his wife, appropriately named Mrs. Antro- 
bus; his two children, Henry and Gladys; and their 
general utility maid Lily Sabina Fairweather; as 
Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teefh unfolded 
to an often-bewildered audience an allegory of 
man in the universe. Mr. Antrobus, on Everyman 
figure, managed to pull through the Ice Age, load 
his family into the arc, and build the world anew, 
but only by the skin of his teeth. Operating on the 
theory that if you don't shake 'em up, they don't 
get shook, Mr. Jenkins once again provided that 
rarely digestible substance, food for thought. 



253 




Mad Music with E.H.S. Talent Scouts. 




254 




'The Colgate Thirteen. 





"Our Gang" Comedy — the annual Euclidian campaign assembly. "Who's there, i' the name of Beelzebub?' 

Laurie Kitko sings up a storm at the E.H.S. Talent Scouts Assembly. 



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ASSEMBLIES 

Euclid students who were bored, sleepy, or in a rut could always take advan- 
tage of the free entertainment which aspiring perfornners presented for love or 
money. The would-be troopers included: Euclid's own local Euclidian Players 
and Choral Masters, a genuine DuPont millionaire from Delaware, a patriotic 
American from Scotland, an atomic expert from the A. E. C, a quick-change 
Shakespearean artist from Long Beach, California, an Around-the-World-in-a-Red- 
Jeep man from Cleveland, and Mr. Liquid Air from — 270°F. Local talent was 
also used, such as the perennial favorites, Keith Goldlust and Greg Cox, mas- 
ters of ceremonies, and various counsellors, deans, and administrators. It was 
better than bread and circuses. 



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RICK'S 
MEN'S SHOP 



22572 

Lake Shore Boulevard 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

AN-1-1445 



BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE 



KAPEL ENTERPRISES 

REALTORS 

BUILDINGS 

PROPERTY MANAGERS 



25000 Euclid Avenue 



RE- 1-0400 




Compliments of 



UNCLE BILL'S 

24470 Lakeland Boulevard 



WINKLER GAGE 
AND REPAIR, INC. 



25020 Lakeland Blvd. 
An 1-2720 



279 



MILLER'S BEAUTY SALON 



22480 Shore Center Drive 
Above Giant- Tiger 



RE-1-9358 



FISHER DANCE STUDIO 



899 East 222 St. 

Tues., Wed., Fri., 4:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. 



261-3071 




NON-FERROUS 

METAL 

FABRICATING CO. 



25861 Tungsten Road 



RE 2-7171 



AJAX MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



1441 Chardon Rd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



KE-1-1010 



HILLWOOD MANUFACTURING 



21700 St. Clair Avenue 



KE 1-4040 



280 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WAI 
NAPOLO 

The Swim Club' 




281 





A CENTER OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Identificatioji 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 



282 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



A CENTER OF STUDENT ACTIVITY 



Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy 

Homecoming 

Spring Sports Dance 

Wrestling Concessions 

Adoption of Foster Child 



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




283 




Special machine parts are made at the T. J. Murnick Company 

T. J. MURNICK MFG., INC. 



1081 East 260 Street 



RE-2-7050 




AMERICAN 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26650 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-9633 




284 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



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



Euclid 17, Ohio 
KE 1-8005 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

H. F. HOHLFELDER 
COMPANY 



26470 Lakeland Blvd. 
RE 1-7400 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

EUCLID 
HEAT TREATING CO. 



1408 East 222 St. 
IV- 1-8444 



THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. 

Euclid's Paint Manufacturers 



IISO East 222 Street 



KE 1-0710 



285 



THE 

FOUR - WAY 

TEST 

OF THE THINGS WE THINK, SAY AND DO: 

1. IS IT THE TRUTH ? 

2. IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED ? 

3. WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND 
BETTER FRIENDSHIPS ? 

This Four- Way Test is now being used successfully around the 
world in business, government and schools as an effective meas- 
uring stick for conduct. It is a guide to RIGHT thinking. If mem- 
orized and constantly applied to relations with others, it will make 
a definite contribution toward more effective and friendlier re- 
latonships. 

If you get into the habit of checking your thoughts, words and 
deeds against the Four-Way Test, the experience of others has 
shown that it will help you become happier and more successful. 

Copyright 1946 Rotary International 



ROTARY CLUB 



OF 



EUCLID 



286 



To all the members of 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. 


TARANTINO BROTHERS, INC. 

17614 Sh Clair Avenue 
IV 1-0344 


PATRONS 

Dr. Thomas E. Netheron 

Dr. Saul H. Makman 

Dr. Howard A. Nelson 

Dr. Robert F. McConagle 

Dr. Emerson B. Beery 

Dr. Spartaco DiBiasio 

Key Thrifty Drug Store 

Compliments of a friend 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOST TOOL COMPANY 

1066 East 222nd St. 

Euclid 
KE 1-1423 



287 



EUCLID LANES 

507 East 185 Street 
IV 1-1136 



MARIO'S PIZZA 

26159 Euclid Avenue 
AN 1-0665 



FORESBURG ENAMELING 
COMPANY 

4101 Hough Avenue EX 1-9269 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



SAINT CLAIR CUT STONE. INC. 

19510 St. Clair Avenue 
IV 1-2442 



ROESH WALLPAPER AND PAINT COMPANY 



853 East 222nd Street 
RE 1-3585 



288 



WESTERN AND SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
18233 Euclid Avenue KE 1-5775 



ADVERTISEMENTS INDEX 



K 



Addressograph Multigraph Corp 287 

Ajax Manufacturing Co 280 

American Monorail -- 264 

American Stamping Co 284 

American Typewriter Co 275 

B 

Bethandale Corp 274 

Big Bouquet Florist 278 

Bill's Clothes 260 

Brickman and Sons Funeral Home 271 

Briganti Studios 272 

Ted Brock Jeweler 268 

C 

Chandler Products Corp 279 

Charlite Steak House 259 

Charterhouse Motor-Hotel 278 

Chesterfield Steel Service 266 

City Officials 269 

Clark's Food Store .-270 

Continental Products 285 

Craig and Sherman Insurance 260 

D 

D'Angelo's Barber Shop 275 

J. Demshar and Sons 270 

Dickinson and Kruger 266 

Dille Road Lumber Co 273 

Discount Tile Co 260 

E 

Eaton Manufacturing Co 276 

Euclid Heat Treating Co 285 

Euclid Ignition Sales and Service 260 

Euclid Key Club 267 

Euclid Lanes 288 

Euclid News Journal 259 

Euclid Race Dairy 270 

Euclid Savings Association ....274 

Euclid Window Shade Co 271 

Euclidian Beauty College 263 

Eucuyo 259 

F 

Fisher Dance Studio 280 

Herb Fitzgerald .....259 

Foresburg Enameling Co 288 

Friedman's Jewelers 265 

G 

Gerl Construction Co 274 

Glavic Motors 259 

Gornik's Men's Wear 270 

Grdina Hardware 273 

H 

Halle Brothers Co. Organ Dealers ..268 

Harty's Sunoco Service ..268 

Hillwood Manufacturing Co 280 

H. F. Hohlfelder Co .285 

Hough Bakeries, Inc 260 

J 

Jackshaw Chevrolet 270 

Jet Dye and Development Co 275 

Clifford M. Jones Insurance Agency 275 

Carl A. Jonke Insurance Agency 275 

Jost Tool Co 287 



Kapel Realty, Inc. 279 

Knafel's Food Market 268 

Knuth Greenhouses 266 

Fred Krauss Garage 266 

L 

Lake Furniture, Inc. 275 

Lakeland Body and Paint Shop 268 

LaSalle Cleaners and Dyers 275 

La Tour Oldsmobile, Inc 262 

Louis Hair Stylists 259 

M 

Marincic Pure Oil 274 

Mario's Flower and Garden Center 265 

Mario's Pizza 288 

P. O. Mclntire Co 278 

Miller's Beauty Salon 280 

Model Food Market 262 

Modern Deb 271 

Modern Power Equipment Co 265 

T. J. Murnick Manufacturing Co 284 

N 

Murray P. Nicol Funeral Home 266 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co 280 

P 

Panther Diner 273 

Papp's Body Shop 262 

Precision Optical Co 261 

Pressure Castings Inc 277 

R 

Radix Wire Co 268 

Raimor Studios 258 

Rhyme Reality Co 266 

Richmond Beveragetown 271 

Rick's Men's Shop 278 

Roesh Wallpaper and Paint Co 288 

Rotary Club 286 

S 

Saint Clair Cut Stone, Inc 288 

Sims Brothers Buick 265 

Student Council 282 

Student Supply Store 262 

A. R. Syracuse and Son 278 

T 

Tarantino Brothers, Inc 287 

L. J. Trotter 273 

U 
Uncle Bill's 279 

V 
Vogue Printing Co 265 

W 

Wai Napolo 281 

Ed Wank T. V. Service, Inc 266 

Keith Weigle Motors 274 

Western and Southern Life Insurance 289 

Winkler Gage and Repair, Inc 279 

Z 
Zatko Metal Products 285 



289 



SENIOR INDEX 



ANNA KATHERINE ABB6TT"t Barney 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; G.aI^.>3,4; F.T.A. 4; Friendship 
Club 3,4; Honor Study ijOjlj' 3; Transferred to Euclid 
in Jr. year; N.H.S. 4. 20, 235, 246 

WILLIAM JOHN ADAM Bill 

Swimming 2. 20, 95 

DOUGLAS WILLIAM ADAMS Doug 

Key Club 3,4; Moll Guard 4. 20, 212 

SHEILA BEA ADAMS 
Friendship Club 2,3,4. 20 

SANDY AGRAST 
Football 2,4; Lette 



3,4; Spring Play 
; Hall Guard 4; 



tion 4. 20, 168 

PETER S. AKRABOFF f^ ^ 
Student Council 4; Fall F^i^ Cast 
Cast 2; Thespians 3,4; ^pettrum ' 
N.H.S. 4. 20, 229, 231, ^^3 

TERESE MARIE ALBERTONE 
Friendship Club 2,3. 20 

KATHY GAIL ALBERTSEN 

Majorette Club 2; Hall Guard 3. 20 



RONALD KEITH ALEXANDER 
PAULETTE THERESE AWiATO 
Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2. 20 

CARILYN MARIE ANDERSON Moose 

G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 3; Fall Ploy Production Staff 2; 
Friendship Club 2. 20 

DAVID LEE ANDERSON 
Bowling 4, 21 

LINDA LOU ANGELO Blue 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 21 

EUGENE N. ANTONACCI Dago 



SHARON LYNN APOLSKI Blue Eyes 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; Spectrum 4; F.T.A. 
2; World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 2,3. 21, 212 

BARBARA APPLEQUIST Barbie 

N.H.S. 3,4; Treasurer 4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 3,4; 
Executive Board 4; Committees 4; Euclidian Art Ed- 
itor 4; Survey Represent^rtive^; Spirit's Club 4; G.L.C. 
3,4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. |2,8,4; Class Cabinet 3,4; 
Class Secretory 4; Spectrum 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 
3; Executive Board 3,4; Frii'ndship Club 2; Ushering 
2; Prom Committee 3; Senior Scandal Editorial Staff 
4. 14, 18, 21, 63, 204, 206, 212, 213, 215, 226, 234, 
236, 239, 244 

RONALD LEE ASHLEY ^^ ') Ash 

N.F.L. 2,3,4; Student CoiinAl 3; Swim Club 3; Football 
2; Swimming 3; Spring ^^' Cost 3; Key Club 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4. 21, 43, 212, 23i 



SUE MARIE AUFMUTH 
Student Council 2; Girls' G 
Club 3. 21 

ROBERT A. AUSTIN 

Golf 2,3,4; Letterman; Lette 

Club. 21 



Club 2; Friendship 



Bob 
Club 2,3,4; Key 



SUSAN ELLEN BAHR ,._^j^ 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; EudicgoS Business Stotf 4; I 
resentotive 3,4; Ad OubVl Girls' Glee Club 
Spectrum 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4;)irifendship Club 2,3,4. 
215, 234, 236, 246 

DENNIS RICHARD BAILEY Be 

N.F.L. 4; Fall Play Cast 3,4; Spring Play Casi 
Thespians 3,4; Key Club 4; Hall Guard 4. 21, 21 ; 

RONALD LEE BAILEY 

Eucuyo 4; Swimming 3,4; P.A. Announcer 4; Sped 

4; World Affairs 4. 21, 33, 212 

JACQUELYN ANNE BAKER Joe 

G.A.A. 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 
Hall Guard 3. 21 

CAROL CHRISTINE BALDINI 

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

4. 22, 217 

PATRICIA ANN SALLENTINE 

F.B.L.A. 4, Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 22 



MARY PATRICIA BALSLEY Mary 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey Business-Stspff 3,4; Circulation Man- 
ager 4; Ad Staff 3; Euiu^ (2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choif 5; -Spectrum 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 
President 4; Executive 6odrd 3,4; Friendship Club 
2,3,4j Cabinet 2,3,4; Senior Scandal Co-Editor 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 22, 215, 219, 235, 236, 239, 243 

GEOFFREY RAY BARTHOLOMEW Jeff 

I.Q.S. 4; Student Coun€H:^,3,4; Committees 2,3,4; 
Euclidian Business Staff . |; /Circulation manager 4; 
Spirit's Club 4; Cross Ci^untry 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Letterman 4; Letterman's^-ftjb 4; Class Cabinet 3,4; 
Big Show 3,4; Senior Scandal Editorial Staff 4; N.H.S. 
4. 18, 22, 48, 193, 194, 196, 197, 206, 213, 235, 239 

HARRY D. BASSETT 
22 

RODGER D. BAUR Roge 

Hall Guard 4. 22 

DONNA MAUREEN BAXTER Donno 

P.A. Club 2,3; Technician 2,3; World Affairs 2; Hall 
Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 22 

NEAL STEWART BEDNAR Ne 

Hall Guard 4. 22 

JO ANN BEECHUK f-'- — '-, Joa 

Student Council 2,3; Euili4ia/n Representative 4; Sur- 
vey 2,3,4; Editorial StafK 4; (G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; tin"^. 4. 22, 206, 217, 235, 
236, 241 

MARGO AYERS BEERY Beer 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Execu- 
tive Board 3,4; Committeei 2,3,4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4;^urvey Representative 2,3; 
G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4;^ Secretary 3; Class Cabinet 
2,3; Friendship Club 2; Prom Committee 3,4. 22, 76, 
206, 226, 234, 236, 244 

PAMELA JANE BEINING Pom 

Hall Guard 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 22 

DIANE LYNN BELL ~'\ / Diane 

G.A.A. 2; Swim Club 2,3.4" F.Hendship Club 2; Usher- 
ing 2; N.H.S. 4. 22, 224<^235 

SUSAN CAROL BELL Gus 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2; Euclidian Ed- 
itorial Staff 4; Senior EcUtc^ 4; Eucuyo 3,4; Essay 
Editor 4; Spirit's Club 4^ £.LfC. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Ex- 
ecutive Board 3; Class Cplfir^et 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 
2; Spectrum 2,4; Friendsiii|S, Club 2; L.D.P.C. 2,3,4; 
Treasurer 2,3; Secretary 4; Euclidian Representative 
2, Eucuyo Representative 3,4. 22, 28, 65, 204, 212, 
213, 226, 228, 234, 236, 239, 244 

THOMAS RICHARD BELL Tom 

Fall Play Cost 2,3,4; Cast 4; Production Staff 2,3,4; 
Spring Ploy 2,3,4; Cost 3; Production Staff 2,3,4; Big 
Show 3; Thespians 2,3,4; Movie Club 4. 22, 210, 220, 
231 

JUDITH A. BENDER Judy 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.N.A. 
3,4. 22, 217 

RICHARD ROBERT BERNSTEIN Dick 

23 

ERENE BEYER Ernie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; 
Friendship Club 2,3. 23 

JOSEPH G. BIELLO Joe 

Cross Country 4; Basketball 3; Orchestra 2,3,4; Con- 
cert Bond 2,3; Marching Bond 2,3; Pit Bond 2,3; F.T.A. 
4. 23 

DENNIS MICHAEL BILLINGS Denny 

Cross Country 3; Letterman 3; Track 2; Spectrum 4. 
23, 34, 229 

ALAN CHARLES BIONDI Al 

23 

JOHN L. BIRCHAK John 

Choral Masters 4; Hall Guard 4; Boys' Glee Club 3. 
23, 120 

KAREN ANN BISHOP Karie 

G.A.A. 3,4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 23 
DALE F. BIZILY Biz 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; KA.S.S. 3,4; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Survey Editorial Jstaff 2,3,4; Copywriter 
3; Sports Editor 4; Eucuy'p ^sjpresentative 2; Football 
2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Tratki 2,3,4; Leftermon's Club 
3,4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Indoor Track 2. 23, 30, 
168, 179, 223, 234, 241, 246 



TOM R. BIZOSKY 

Football 3; Track 3,4; Key Club 4. 24, 179, 212 

DONNA LYNNE BLAKELEY 

Movie Club 3,4; F.N.A. 4. 24, 210, 217 

WILLIAM JOHN BLANC Bill 

N.F.L. 2,3,4; Football 2; Stage Crew Club 2,3,4; Fall 
Play 2,3,4; Spring Ploy 2,3,4; Big Show 2,3; Thespians 
3,4; Hall Guard 3; Movie Club 4. 24, 220, 230 

JANET BLASSINGAME 

Student Council Representative 4; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Survey Business Staff 3,4; Representative 
3,4; G.A.A. 3; Girls' Glee Club 3; Friendship Club 2; 
Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3; F.N.A. 4. 24 

RICHARD A. BLATNICK Rich 

Spectrum 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Secretary 4. 24, 214 

SUZANNE B. BLATSOS Sue 

24 

PATRICIA M. BLATTAU Pat 

Friendship Club 2,3. 24 

WILLIAM W. BOAG Bill 

Student Council Representative 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Hall Guard 4. 24 

GLORIA ANN BOCZEK Glor 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 24 

CHARLOTTE ANN BOEHMER 

Spectrum 3; Friendship Club 2,3; Chemistry Lob As- 
sistant 4. 18, 24 

JANET L. BOKAR Jon 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 24 

LARRY BONAR Larry 

Hall Guard 4. 24 

RICHARD DAVID BOWEN Rick 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Student Council 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; 
Survey Reporter 2,3,4; Indoor Trock 3,4; Letterman 
3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Captain 4; Letterman 2,3,4; 
Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Track 3,4; Letterman 3,4; 
Lettermon's Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Key Club 4; Hall 
Guard 3. 25, 177, 179, 212, 246 

LUD MICHEAL BOYCE Butch 

Baseball 2; Tennis 3. 25 

JON PAUL BOYTON Jon 

Choral Masters 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 2; Fall Play Cost 
2; Big Show Production Staff 2; Key Club 4. 25, 150 

KEVIN PATRICK BRADY Chef 

Honor Study Hall. 25 

SALLY LOUISE BRAIN r ^ '^ Sally 

Survey Editorial Staff 4; Ig/a 



4;|ga.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Gle 



Club 2; Spectrum 3,4; kvA 2,3,4; Friendship Club 
3,4; Honor Study Hall 3;'SllH.S. 4. 25, 215, 229, 235 

MARGUERITE ALBERTA BRANCAE Peggy 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 2; Euclidian Representative 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; Choral Masfe» Q,4; Treasurer 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Foil Ploy t,f: Cast 2; Production Stof," 
4; Spring Ploy Staff 3?— Spectrum 3,4; F.T.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 25, 150, 212, 
234 

GRETCHEN BRANDT Crelch 

N.H.S. 3,4; Euclidian 3,4; Business Staff 4; Survey 
Representative 2,3; Eucuyo Rppresenlotive 2; Spirit's 
Club 4; G.L.C. 3,4; TrecJsulerl 3; President 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Class'CbbJinet 4; Girls' Glee Club 
2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Executive feard 3,4; Vice President 4; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; Executive Board 3,4. 18, 25, 
213, 215, 219, 226, 234, 236, 246 

JOHN EUGENE BREEN ,, - -^ Pete 

N.A.S.S. 3,4; Student ctu|ci|l 3; Survey Representa- 
tive 4; Spirit's Club 4; Bo^/ling 3; Tennis 2,3,4; Co- 
captain 4; Letterman 2,i,4>' Lettermon's Club 2,3,4; 
Honor Study Hall 2,3; N.H.S. 4. 25, 180, 223, 235 

LYNN MARGARET BRENDORFER 

Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 25 

ROBERT PATRICK BRENNAN Bob 

Transfer to Euclid in Jr. year. 25 

MARYSE FRANCOISE BRICELJ French/ 

G.A.A. 4; Fall Ploy 3; Friendship Club 4; Ushering 4. 



JANET ELAINE BRIGGS 
G.A.A. 2. 25 



290 



LINDA LEE BROCK _ Linda 

Student Council 3; EucHa'ian^Ad Staff 4; Eucuyo 3,4; 
Art Editor 4; G.A.A. 2,^ f»ajorette Club 2,3; Fall 
Play Cast 4; Spectrum iiJ.t.A. 4; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 3; N.H.S. 4. 26, 215, 
219, 229, 235, 236, 239, 246, 252 

DIANE PATRICIA BROMLEY Di 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3,4. 26 

WILLIAM H. BROOS Bozo 

Swim Club 3; Swimming 3; Prom Committee 3; Hall 
Guord 4. 26 

DONALD THOMAS BROUGHER 
Football 2,3. 26, 100 

BETTY L. BROWN 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 

26 

LAUREN SUE BROWN , . 

Euclidian Representative ^; , G.A.A. 3; Spectrum 4; 

F.T.A. 4; Friendship Cluff ^; Honor Study Hall 3; 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Senior Scandal 4; Transferred 

to Euclid in Jr. year; N.H.S. 4. 26, 215, 229, 235, 

239 

RICHARD BROWN s - i Rich 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 2,3; S'tulei^l Council 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Eucuyo 4j, Te/inis 2,3,4; Co-captain 4; 
Fall Play Cast 4; Springs-Way Cast 3; Spectrum 4; 
President 4; Hall Guard 4. 26, 81, 180, 212, 234 

RUSSELL ALVIN BROWN Russ 

Marching Band 2; Pit Band 2; Big Show 2. 26 

THOMAS AUGUST BROWN 

Hall Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 26 

PATRICIA JUNE BRYANT Pot 

26 

DAVE RICHARD BUBONICS Victor 

Baseball 2. 27 

BARBARA MARY BUCHAR Barb 

G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
Ushering 2; Euclidion Ad Staff 4. 26, 27 

JOHN BUDAS 
27 

KATHELYN ANN BUEHNER Kot/iy 

Ad Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3; Usher- 
ing 2; Hall Guard 3; Future Nurses 3; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Co-op 4. 27, 222 

BEVERLY WILSON BURGER Burger-bits 

Student Council RepresffnyatT/ve 4; Euclidian Business 
Staff 4; Treasurer 4; Re(lre/sentalive 2; Swim Club 
2,3,4; Choral Masters 3,^dirls' Glee Club 2; Future 
Teachers of America 2; Honor Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 
4. 27, 28, 150, 151, 206, 235, 236, 246 

TERRI ISABELL BURGER Ter 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Cheerleader 2,3; Big 
Show 2. 27 

ASBURY LADIMIR BURGIN Laddie 

Student Council 2,3; P. A. Club 2,3,4; Treasurer Tech- 
nician 2,3,4; Letterwinner 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; 
Wrestling 3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Spirit's Club 
3; Hall Guard 2. 27, 168, 183, 185 

THOMAS ELLSWORTH BLJRRQUGHS Tom 

Notional Honor Society' 3|1;/ International Quill and 
Scroll 3,4; Student Counci' l4; Executive Board 3,4; 
Treasurer 3; Eucuyo 3,4; Editer-in-Chief 4; Class Vice- 
President 2,3. 27, 234, 239 

TOM LEO BUSCH Leo 

Track 4; Biology Club 4; Chess Club 2. 27 



SANDRA LUCILE CALVERT Sandy 

Notional Honor Society 3,4; National Forensic 
League 3; International Quill and Scroll 4; Student 
Council 2,4; Representatjive 2,4; Euclidian 2,3,4; Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Junior CircCl|tidn Manager; Representa- 
tive 2,3; Survey Repreie'qtive 3,4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3,4; G.A.A. zbWcioss Cabinet 3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2,3; World Affairs 4; Future Teachers of 
America 2,3,4; Executive Board 3,4; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; Cabinet 2,3,4; Ushering 3; Hall Guard 4; Hon- 
or Study Hall 3; Senior Scandal 4. 27, 215, 234, 246 



TOM SAMUEL CAMPAGNA 
28 

JULIANA CAMPANA -s^r. 



One 



ERNEST CAPRETTI Ernie 

Football 3. 28 

LOUIS DOMINIC CARDINALE Lou 

Cross Country 4; Track 2; Manager 2; Senior Scandal 
4. 28 

SANDRA LU CAREY Sandy 

F.N.C. 4; Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 28 

JAMES R. CARLSON 

Wrestling 2; Concert Bond 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 

Pit Bond 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 28, 154 

JEFF CLINT CARLSON 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior year. 28 

JOHN ARTHUR CARLSON Jack 

Cross Country 3; Key Club 3,4; Hall Guard 3. 28, 35, 
163, 212 

ROBERT M. CARMANY Thor 

N.F.L. 2,3,4; Eucuyo 4; Tennis 2; Concert Bond 2,3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit Bond 3,4; Spectrum 4; Sci- 
ence Seminar 4; Biology Club 2,3,4. 28, 154, 223 

JON ARTHUR CARPENTER Jon 

Basketball 2. 29 

JACK R. CARR Moose 

S.C. 2; Football 2,3; Letterman 3; Wrestling 2; Base- 
ball 2. 29, 114 

PATRICIA ANNE CARROLL Pat 

S.C. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette Club 3; Fall Ploy Cost 
3; Friendship 2; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 
29 



ROBERT WILLIAM CARROLL 



Bob 



3,4; Marching Band 2,1 


;iPit Band 2; F 


riendship 


Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; PreS. 


d^nt 4; N.H.S. 4. 


28, 154, 


222, 235, 243 







CHARLES RICHARD CAMPBELL Chu 

Cross Country 3,4; Track 2,3,4. 20, 28, 170, 179 



ROBIN MICHAEL CARTER A 1 

N.H.S. 3,4; S.C. 3; Eucuyo*ipresentative 3. 29, 230, 

232, 233, 234 ^ -^ 

IRENE CEFARATTI Reno 

G.A.A. 3; Concert Band 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Hall 
Guard 2. 29 

JO ANN CEFARATTI 

Orchestra 2,4; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 3. 29 

LINDA MAY CERCEK Bunc 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3. 29 

MAXINE FRANCES CERGOL Mac 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3. 29 

KAREN EILEEN CERR Peanuts 

29 

PAT A. CHYLLA Paltie 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Fall 
Play Production Staff 4; Thespians 4; Friendship Club 
4; F.N.A. 3,4. 30, 152, 217 

DAVE C. CLARKE Whitey 

Bowling 3; Choral Masters 4. 30, 150 

TERRY M. CLARKE 

Hall Guard 3; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year 30 

LAVERNE CHRISTINE CLARK 

Friendship Club 4. 30 

LAWRENCE COHEN Larry 

30 

WENDY LOU CONRAD 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Eueltdi^n Editorial Staff 4; Pic- 
ture Editor 4; Survey Repr|sdntative 2; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 2,3; G.A.A. 2;iSwifii Club 2,3,4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Girls' Glee Club^r^Euclid Choir 3; Spectrum 
3; F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall. 30, 
224, 234, 236, 244 

SUSAN LEE COODE Susie 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3. 30 

JOEL RICHARD COOK Cueey 

Orchestra 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Pit Band 3,4. 30, 154 

KATHLEEN ANN CORRIGAN Kalhy 

Student Council 3; EucikHoii Ad Staff 4; Euclidian 
Representative 4; SurveV |di}orial Staff 3,4; Business 
Staff 4; Representative 4; O.A.A. 2,4; Class Cabinet 
4; Choral Masters 4; Girt'-'Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Cheerleader 2; Substitute 3; Panther 4; Big Show 
Cost 3; N.H.S. 4. 18, 30, 150, 235, 243 

GREGORY S. COX Greg 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; StuJeflh,Council 2,3,4; Executive 
Board 3,4; Vice-Presiderit 4; |Euclidian Representative 
3; Survey Editorial Staff 125,4; Spirit's Club 3,4; Foot- 
ball 2,3; Basketball 2; fe^eye Boys' State Repre- 
sentative 3; Big Show 3; Spectrum 4; Hall Guard. 30, 
206, 213, 234, 236 



CAROL JEAN COZART Cookie 

G.A.A. 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Marching Band 
3,4; Majorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Big Show 
Cost 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 3; Senior 
Scandal 4. 30, 144, 164, 175, 239 

LONNIE CARROLL CRAIG 
Swimming 4; Foremon's Club 4. 31 

RUSSELL L. CRANE Cranesl^i 

Cross Country 4; Bowling 2,3,4. 31, 170 

CAROLYN RUTH CRESSON Carol 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian ReprpsBirtative 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; Swinfi |li|b 2,3,4; Choral Masters 
4; Girls' Glee Club 2;>'pactrum 3,4; Secretary 4; 
F.T.A. 3,4; Honor Study^ll 3; Senior Scandal 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 3], 52, 150, 206, 230, 235, 236, 239, 241, 
246 

RICHARD CUSTARD Rich 

Student Council 2,3; Survey Representative 2; Boys' 

Glee Club 2; Fall Ploy Cost 2; Spectrum 3; Hall 
Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2. 31 

STEVE A. CZOMBA 

KATHY MARGARET DAGLEY Kathy 

Friendship Club 3. 31, 64 



DAVID DONALD DAUGHERTY Dove 

32 

DIANE LEE DAUGHERTY 

Student Council 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
Majorette Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 26, 32, 206 

CATHERINE JEAN DAVIS Cathy 

Survey Business Staff 4; Representative 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Class Cabinet 3,4; Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; Ushering 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Hall Guard 
2; Senior Scandal 4; I.Q.S. 4. 18, 32, 229, 236, 239, 
243 

MARGARET DAVIS \ A j Peggy 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4;'' Friendship Club 2,3; Usher- 
ing 3; Honor Study Hall Sj^^.H.S. 4. 32, 235 

Jucfy 
nmil- 



JUDITH MARY DEBEIAK 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Stud_ent Council 2,3,4; Co 
tees 3; Euclidian Busings .Sftiff 4; Representati 
Survey Editorial Staff 3;t ^.L.C. 3,4; Historic 
G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Qlu^ 2; Majorette Club 2,3,4 
Substitute 4; Big Show 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Executive 
Board 3; Senior Assembly 4; Girls' Glee Club 2. 32, 
60, 63, 175, 206, 215, 226, 234, 246, 250 

JAMES CHARLES DEELY Jim 

Survey Business Staff 3; Wrestling 2; Letterman 2; 
Baseball 3; Letterman 3; Foreman's Club 4. 32, 185, 
221 

PETER HOWARD DE FRANCO Pete 

Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Pit Bond 3,4; 
Big Show Cast 3; Key Club 2. 32, 154 

A. PAULA DEISTER Tiger 

Student Council Committee 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Spectrum 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 3; F.N.A. 4; E-Room 
Worker 2,3. 32, 152, 212, 217 

JANET ELIZABETH DELSANTER Jon 

Eucuyo Representative 3; G.L.C. 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 3; Hall Guard 3; 
F.N.A. 3,4; Secretary 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 32, 
217, 226, 246 

BERNARD WILLIAM DEMBEK 
32 

CLAIRE ANN DEMORE Caramel 

Student Council 3; Girls' Glee Club 3; Friendship 
Club 3,4; Honor Study Hall 3; Tronsferred to Euclid 
in Jr. year. 32 

DON RAY DE ROSA Babe 

Football 3; Wrestling 2; Boseboll 3; Letterman 2; Hall 
Guard 3; E-Room Social Guard 4. 32, 168 

MARGARET ANN DE VINEY Peg 

Friendship Club 2,4; Spectrum 4. 32, 212 

LEONA PENELOPE DICKINSON Penny 

Student Council Committees 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Orches- 
tra 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit 
Band 3,4; Spectrum 4; F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 3,4; 
Ushering 3. 32, 154, 229 

ALAN ANTHONY DI LILLO 
34, 95 

PATRICE E. DILWORTH Pat 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
F.N.A. 4. 34, 212, 217 



291 



SHANNA KAY DOLEY Dwarf 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Secretary 4; 
Fall Play Cast 2,3; Class Cabinet 4; Panther 4. 18, 
34, 35, 150 

MARGARET ANN DOYLE Peg 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2,3,4; 
Head Usher 4. 34 

BEVERLY JEAN DRAXLER Bev 

Student Council 2,3; Committees 3; Euclidian Ad 
Staff 4; Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2. 18, 34, 37, 246 

ERNEST F. DREHER Ernie 

Hall Guard 3. 34 

PATRICIA ANN DROSUTIS Pal 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 34 

PENNY ELLEN DUNCAN Penny 

Movie Club 3,4. 35, 210 

MARGARET A. DUSHAK Marge 

Friendship Club 2. 35 



LEMUEL WILLIAM EAGLfN '-, lem 

N.H.S. 3,4; Euclidian Ed|tc#idl Staff; Photographer 4; 
Spectrum 3,4; 'World Affairs' 3,4; President 4; Movie 
Club 3,4. 35, 210, 212, h'A, 236, 237, 244 

CHERYL LEE ECKERT 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 27, 35, 144 

JEAN FERNAND EECKHOUT French/ 

Cross Country 2; Track 2; World Affairs 4. 35, 95 

ALAN JAMES ELLIOT A/ 

Student Council 2,3,4; Spirit's Club 4; Football 2,3,4; 
Lettermon 4; Class Treasurer 2; Class Cabinet 3; Key 
Club 4; Hall Guard 3,4. 35, 168, 206 

GLENN LENARD ENGELKE Dixie 

Football 2,3,4; Lettermon 3,4; Wrestling 2; Track 
2,3,4; Lettermon 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4. 35, 168 

CYNTHIA DOROTHY EPPICH Cindy 

Survey Business Staff fGlA.A. 2,3; Concert Band 
2,3,4; Marching 2,3,4; Pit<Pcind 2,3,4; Spectrum 3,4; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship 'vCliyb 3,4; Chevron Society 
2,3; Senior Scandal 4; tCK.5. 4. 35, 154, 215, 229, 
235, 236, 239, 243 

PAMELA R. EZZO Pom 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; World Affairs 3; F.T.A. 2; Friendship 
Club 2,3; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 2,3. 35 



DENNIS JOHN FABEC Col 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior year. 35, 100 

HARRY COMPTON FAINT Hurrying Harry 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Lettermon 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Cap- 
tain 4; Lettermon 3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Or- 
chestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3,4; Big 
Show 3. 36, 155, 170, 177, 179 



BARBARA JEAN FARRILL 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 4. 27, 36 



Barb 



Patii 



PATRICIA ANN FEDERICO 
Euclidian Representative 4; Survey Representative 
3,4; Survey Business Staff 4; Co-Manoger Paper Ex- 
change 4; Eucuyo 2,3,4; Circulation Manager 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cobinet 3; Choral Masters 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; P. A. Club 2,3; Tech- 
nician 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Usher- 
ing 2,3. 36, 150, 215, 236, 243 

ROSS WILLIAM FERGUSr^-^ 

Eucuyo 4; Foil Ploy Cost' 4# Spring Ploy Cost 3; Thes- 
pians 4; Spectrum 4; Honor- itudy Hall 3; Winter Ploy 
Cast 3; N.H.S. 4. 36, 22477iT , 235 

MARTHA ANNE FIELDS Marty 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Com- 
mittees 2,4; Euclidion Representative 3; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 2,3,4; Treasury |3; Business Manager 4; 
Ad Club 2,3; Spirit's C|yb.|3,4; President 4; G.A.A'. 
2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club T^; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 36, 206, 208, 213, 234, 
243 

WILLIAM COLTON FIGNER Rill 

World Affairs 2,4; Bookstore Worker 4. 36, 236 

DOROTHY JEAN FIKE ii^ ^ 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,|,4i Spectrum 4; World Af- 
foirs 2,3,4; Treasurer 4;'' PTiA. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 20, 
36, 215, 229, 235, 236 '^^' 

CAROLYN FLAESGARTEN Carol 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 36 



RICHARD C. FIATH Dick 

Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 

MICHAEL ANDREW FOCARETO Mike 

Baseball 2,4; Golf 3; Class Cabinet 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Boys' Locker Room Guord 3. 36 

DAVID ALAN FOERSTE Dave 

Foreman's Club 4; Mochine Shop Foreman 4. 36, 221 

KAREN LEE FOWLER 

Student Council 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; GirsI' Glee Club 2; 
Majorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Spring Ploy 
Cast 3; Big Show Cost 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2,3,4. 36, 175, 215 

FRANCINE FOX 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Big Show Cost 
3; Friendship Club 2; Senior Scandal Business Staff 
4; Representative 4. 36, 152 

HERBERT A. FOX Herb 

Hall Guard 3. 36, 50 

SARAH FOY Solly 

G.A.A. 2,3; Junior Red Cross 3; Friendship Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 36 

GERALD ALAN FRANCIS Speed Shift 

Swimming 2. 36 

JOHN HERBERT FRAZEE Jack 

36 

BONNIE JEANNE FRIEDEL Bonnie 

Euclidion Representative 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 

3; F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 2,3. 18, 36 

RICHARD E. FULLER 

Track 3,4; Choral Masters 4; Transferred to Euclid in 

Jr. yeor. 36, 150 



PAMELA MARIE GABALAC Pom 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Holl 
Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3; F.N. A. 4. 36, 215, 217 

GARY MICHAEL GALE Gary 

Student Council 4; Committees 4; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Hall Guard 3,4. 36, 206, 212 



LADDIE GASTER 



HOWARD GEDDES 
Track 3,4. 38, 179 

EBERT MARK GEIGER 

Cross Country 3; Track 3; Lette 

Hall 3. 38, 95 

EDWARD F. GERM 

Intramural Football 4; Intromun 

ANTHONY GERMANO 



Gasfe 









Mark 


... 


3; Hor 


., 


Study 
Eddie 


1 Bo 


ketball 


4 


38 



CLARENCE GERWIG 
Football 4; Lettermon 



4. 38, Id 



LINDA LOU GERZENY tindo 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 3; Choral Masters 
3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 38, 150, 
225 



MAUREEN PATRICIA GEYER 
World Affairs 2; Junior Red Cros 
2; F.N. A. 3,4. 38 

ALAN RICHARD GEZANN 



Marie 
2; Friendship Club 



CHERYL ANN GISLASON ( 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 
38, 144 

SANDRA LEE GISLASON 



HELEN GLENN 
Survey Represei 
G.A.A. 2,3; P.A. 



Techn 



4; Eucuyo Representoti' 
:ian 2. 39, 126 



KEITH RUSSELL GOLDLUST 

N.H.S. 3,4; Vice-PresidenL4;-N.F.L. 2,3,4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Student Counciir2^3 J; Vice-President 4; Eu- 
clidian Ad Staff 4; Spirr.t'Fqub 4; Golf 3,4; March- 
ing Bond 2; P.A. AnnounkeK'3,4; Moth Club 3,4; Co- 
President 4; Homecoming Committee Chairman 4. 
39, 56, 60, 162, 204, 206, 210, 230, 232, 234 

ROSEMARY GOLOBIC Rosi'e 

Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 3; Honor Study Hall 2. 
39 

ANTHONY EUGENE GOOCH Hill Billy 

Euclidion Representative 3. 39, 95 

ARLENE GORSHA Arl 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 39 



NOEL ANDREA GOSLEE Christmas 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Sluder^ Council 2; Committees 
2; Survey 2,3,4; Staff fdj^i^ 4; Representative 2,3; 
Ad Club 4; Eucuyo 3,4; T?4presentative 3; Spirit's 
Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Bucke^iGirls' State Representa- 
tive 3; Orchestra 2,3,4; Spectrum 3,4; World Affairs 
4; L.D.P.C. 3,4. 39, 212, 228, 234, 236, 241 

JUNE ANNETTE GOSPODARICH June 

39 

LEO GOYANES 
Key Club 4. 40, 212 

DALE GRAPATIN 
Holl Guard 3. 40 

EVELYN MARY GRAY 

F.N.A. 3,4; Movie Club 4. 14, 40, 217 

GAYLE GRDOLNIK 

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

Friendship Club 2,3; Holl Guard 3. 40, 54 

ROBERT ALLEN GREEN Bob 

Cross Country 2; Track 2,3,4; Lettermon 3,4; Hall 
Guard 3. 41, 79 

DENNIS CARL GRIFFIN Grif 

Student Council 2; Euclidian Representative 4; Base- 
ball 2,4; Lettermon 2,3,4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 40, 
42, 48, 246 

MARLENE GRILL 
Co-op student. 40 

JAMES E. GRINSTEAD Grinny 

Football 2,3,4; Lettermon 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3, 
4. 40, 100 

SUSAN MARIE GRISARD Sue 

Student Council 2; Committees 2; Survey 2; Ad Staff 
2; Eucuyo 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Closs Cabinet 4; March- 
ing Bond 2; Big Show 2; Production Stoff 3; World 
Affairs 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 
2,3; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2,3; F.B.L.A. 
4. 18, 40, 215, 222 

LORNE CHARLES GRUGEL 
Student Council 4. 40 

JOANNE THERESA GUTKA Jo 

Student Council 3,4; Committees 3; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Representative 2,3,4; Ma- 
jorette 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Hall 
Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Senior Scondol Busi- 
ness Stoff 4. 41, 206, 215, 239 



MADELINE B. HADARICH. Pam 

Euclidian Representative 3,4 G.A.A. 4; World Af- 
fairs 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Ex,eSit/ve Board 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; Ushering 2; F.fcLA. 3,4; Euclidion Ad Staff 
4; N.H.S. 4. 41, 215, 235, 246 

RUSSELL E. HAIGH Russ 

Honor Study Holl 3. 41, 212 

WILLIAM E. HALE LUlle Will 

Concert Bond 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Holl Guard 
4; Honor Study Holl 4. 41 

DENNIS HALL Hulligance 

Key Club 2,3; Football 2,3; Lettermon 2,3; Wrestling 
2,3,4. 41 

LAURA HALL 

Co-op Student 4. 41 

CAROL LYNN HALUS Carol 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Swim Club 
3,4; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 4; F.N.A. 3,4. 41, 
217, 224 

JACK HARVEY HAMILTON Jack 

Football 2,3; Track 2. 41, 142 

SUSAN KAY HAMILTON Sue 

Friendship Club 2; Holl Guard 3. 41, 145 

WALT J. HANEY Lots 

F.T.A. 3; Football 4. 41, 59, 168 

NANCY ANN HANKS Hank 

N.F.L. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Holl 
Guard 3. 41 

RONALD HARPS Ron 

42, 168 

DIANE ELLEN HARRIS Di 

G.A.A. 3; F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Hall Guard 
3. 42 

SANDRA JEAN HARRIS Sandy 

G.A.A. 2,3; Spectrum 4; World Affairs 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3. 42, 212, 236 



292 



CYNTHIA ELOISE HART Cindy 

Euclidian Representative 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Choral Mas- 
ters 4; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2. 42, 150 

JOHN KENNETH HART Jocic 

Movie Club 4. 42 

ANN M. HARTNETT f"^ '\ 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee 4fub 2; Spectrum 3,4; F.T.A. 
3,4; Honor Study Hai)v> 2i3; Survey Reporter 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 42, 212, 215,T'33, 236, 240 

MARGARET A. HASTO Marg/ 

G.A.A. 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 3. 42, 222 

CHERYL LEE HEHR Cheryl 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 4. 42, 215 

JAMES E. HELMINK Jim 

Baseball 2; Bowling 2,3. 42 

STEPHENIE LEE HIEBEL Slevie 

Student Council 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 
2,3; Honor Study Hall 2. 42 

CHARLES EUGENE HIGHLAND Charlie 

Gym Leader. 43 

JOHN MARSHALL HILLEGAS Jack 

Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 2. 43, 157 

PHYLLIS JUNE HILLER 
Junior Red Cross 3. 43 

JOANNE MARIE HITTY Jo 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Representative 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Pit 
Band 2,3,4; Librarian 4; Big Show 3; Production Staff 
3; Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses 
Club 4; Cadet Band 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 23, 43, 154, 212, 
217, 222, 236, 246 

ALBERT ALAN HLABSE Al 

Wrestling 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 43, 48 

JOE A. HLABSE Weasel 

Transfer to Euclid in Jr. year. 43 

MARK LAWRENCE HOB^EK t Russ 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Eufliji^n Editorial Staff 4; Pho- 
tographer 4; Choral Mosters 3,4; President 4; Boys' 
Glee Club 2; Fall Ploy (%sV'2; Key Club 4. 43, 150, 
208, 212, 234, 236, 244 

DIANA LYNN HOEDT 

G.A.A. 3; Concert Bond 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Pit Band 2,3,4; Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 3,4; 
F.N.A. 3,4; Cadet Band 2. 43, 152, 154, 227, 229 

BEVERLY HOLM 

Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 

DONALD FRANCIS HOPPERT Hoppy 

Cross Country 3,4; Letterman 4; Key Club 4. 43, 44, 
170, 212 

LORELIE RUTH HORVATH 

Survey Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Concert Bond 

2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3,4; Spectrum 

4; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; 

Chevron Society 2,3; F.N.A. 4. 44, 154, 215, 217, 

229 

RICHARD GAINES HOTCt«:lSS Rich 

Marching Band 2,3,4; P.A.' Club 2,3,4; Vice President 
4; Spectrum 4; N.H.S. 4.^' 211, 212, 235 

WILLIAM CHARLES HOUCK Bill 
Survey Representative 2,3; Swim Club 2,3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Swimming 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Key Club 2 
44, 189, 224 

JOHN FREDERICK HOWARB-, 



N.H.S. 3,4; Student Coi^n|il/2; P.A. Club 
2,3,4; President 4; Spring iPlay Cast 3; 



John 
ub Technician 
Production 
Staff 2; Big Show Prod^HCn Staff 3; Thespians 4; 
Spectrum 3. 44, 21 1 

SALLY HOWE 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 2; t?Q3J 4; Student Council 3; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff #*;/ Co-Mounting Editor 4; 
Orchestra 2; Fall Play 3,H;I Production Staff 3,4; Thes- 
pians 3,4; Spectrum 3; Pioy^Night 3; Student Director 

3. 44, 140, 157, 231, 234, 236, 244 

DAN JAY HRNYAK 
Bowling 2. 44 

LYNNE LOUISE HROVAT 

G.A.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Co-op Student 

4. 44, 222 

ROLAND GARY HUDEC Rollie 

Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 
2,3,4; Class Cabinet 4. 18, 44, 48 



CAROLYN CLARK HUMMON Cory 

Euclidian Representative 4; Survey Business Staff 4; 
Representative 4; G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Euclid 
Choir 4; Majorette Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; Ushering 2; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Scandal 4; Homecoming Decorations 4. 44, 152, 
215, 226, 239 

CHARLES BRIAN HUMPHREY Brian 

Cross Country 3; Concert Band 4; Marching Bond 
2,3,4; Pit Band 2; Stage Crew Club 2; Spectrum 4. 
44, 154, 212 

JAMES FREDERICK HUNT Willy 

Football 2; Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 45, 212 



BERNADETTE FERRER INMAN Bernie 

G.A.A. 2; Class Cabinet 3; World Affairs 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Movie Club 3; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 45, 236 

PORTIA ANNE IPAVEC 

G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 



Guard 3. 47 



3; Key Club 



GLORIA GERTRUDE IRWIN 



JACKLYN FAY JACAVINO Jackie 

Friendship Club 2. 45 

PATRICIA KAY JAFFRAY Pat 

Student Council 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Moiorette Club 3; 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 4; Linguist 
Club 3. 45, 239 

KAREN ELIZABETH JAMB&R^^ 

N.F.L. 3,4; Euclidian BuSiiws^ Staff 4; Survey Repre- 
sentative 3; G.A.A. 2,3, Concert Band 2; Euclidian 
Representative 4; Marchi^'*and 2; F.T.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4. 45, 235, 236 

CAROL ANNE JANITZ Corol 

Survey Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Concert Bond 
2,3; Marching Band 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3. 45 

WOODROW WILLIAM JEDLICKA Woody 

Holl Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Movie Club 2,3,4. 
45 

GARY E. JENNRICH 
45 

SONJA MARIE JERKIC Sunny 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Sittdent Council 3,4; Executive 
Board 3,4; Survey Editdirid Staff 3,4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 2; Spirit's CIvS (3,4; Concert Band 3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; Pjf-Sond 3,4; Spectrum 2,3,4; 
Junior Red Cross 2. 46, 51, 154, 204, 206, 212, 213, 
234, 236, 241 

FRANK ANTHONY JERNEJCIC 

N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Studentp,G««ncil 3,4; Euclidian Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Co-Mou^n^^ Editor 4; Football 2; 
Wrestling 2,3,4; Lettermqn ,' 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 
2,3,4; Class President 3,.t,4'rom Committee 3,4; Hall 
Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Gym Leader 4; N.H.S. 
4; I.Q.S. 4. 18, 22, 46, 206, 223, 235, 236, 244 

ALLEN R. JOHNS 

Bowling 3; Fall Play Cast 3,4; Spring Ploy Cast 3; 

Big Show Cast 3; Thespians 3,4; Spectrum 4. 46, 231 

TIMOTHY DALE JONES Tim 



JOANNE JURJEV Jo 

Eucuyo Representative 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 3. 46, 152 



MARY LOU KALINOWSKI Lou 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.L.C. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Panther 4; Friendship Club 2,3; Cabinet 2,3. 24, 41, 
46, 54, 145, 226 

JOHN FREDRICK KAPSCH Jocfc 

Movie Club 4. 46, 210 

NANCY MARIE KASTON Nikkie 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; ^ucuv^ 2,3,4; Poetry Editor 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Spectrum 3,4; 'pAeidship Club 2,3,4; Usher- 
ing 2; Honor Study Halll^^i/f-NA. 3,4; Science Sem- 
inar 3,4; Biology Club 4; Secretary 4; N.H.S. 4. 46, 
212, 233, 235, 236, 239, 246 

DONNA KASUNIC Donno 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette Club 3,4; Majorette 4; Big 
Show 3; Cast 3; Friendship Club 2,3. 46, 174 

NANCY L. KATANIK Nonce 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Pit Bond 
2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 4. 47, 154 



ALLENE KAUFFMAN 

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

RICHARD LEE KENDALL 
Football 2,3; Baseball 2; Class 
4. 47, 212 

KIRK JAMES KENNEDY 
Foreman's Club 4. 47 

BRUCE JAMES KENTNER 
47 

CHARLOTTE ANN KERESTES Chor 

Student Council 2,3; Committees 3; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 2; G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Homecoming 
Attendant 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Majorette Club 2,3, 
4; Majorette 3,4; Head 4; Big Show Cast 3; Girls' 
Varsity Bgsketboll 2,3. 47, 175, 226, 250 



BARBARA JEAN KING p 



"T. 



Euclidian Representative: :♦ G.A.A. 2,3,4; Junic 
Cross 3,4; President 4; l^ll^'Guard 4; Future t 
Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 47, 216, '235 

EILEEN FRANCES KINN 

G.A.A. 2; Swim Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 



Woody 



WOODROW THOMAS KIRK 
Transferred to Euclid In Sr. year. 47 

GEORGEANN ELEANOR KISH Georgie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 4; Ushering 4; Honor 
Study Hall. 47 

PHILANNE MARIE KLEMENCIC Phi,- 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 
2,3,4. 47, 148 

CAROL ANN KLEVAY 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 2,3,4;^c^etary 3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Tpv^./ Club 2,3,4; Announcer 
2,3,4; Fall Ploy Cost 3,4, n-q'duction Staff 2,3; Spring 
Ploy Cost 2,3; Director 2^Broduction Staff 2,3; Thes- 
pians 2,3,4; President 4; Spectrum 3. 47, 225, 230, 
231, 234, 240, 252 

JAMES RONALD KNEALE Jim 

Swim Club 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 47, 189 

JACQULYN LOUISE KNIESS To-Noosi 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4. 47 

JEANETTE REGINA KOENIG Jan 

Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.B.L.A. 3,4; Co-op Student 4. 47, 222 

HERBERT ANTHONY KOETH Bondo 

Tronsferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 47 

MARION FRANCES KOMAR Morion 

F.B.L.A. 3,4. 47, 222 

ERIKA KONTE Cookie 



STEPHEN KOREN Steve 

47 

JAMES MICHAEL KOSMAN Kos 

Honor Study Hall 3. 47 

JOHN CHARLES KOVACH John 

N.A.S.S. 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Baseball 
2; Track 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Honor Study Hall 2,3. 
48, 179, 223 

ROBERT D. KOVACH Bob 

Cross Country 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; World Affairs 4; 
F.T.A. 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2,3. 48, 170, 179, 212 



Cofhy 



CATHERINE SHERRILL KOVACS 

G.A.A. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Latin Club 3. 48 

ELAYNE MARIE KOVACS Elaine 

World Affairs 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Ushering 3; 
F.B.L.A. 3. 48, 236 

JUDITH ANN KOVIC Judy 

F.T.A. 2; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2. 48, 145 

ROBERT CHARLES KRAFT Bob 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Hall 
Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 26, 48, 59, 168 

BARBARA ANN KRAMEfi^^ "^ Barb 

Student Council 2; G.A.4 /2,3,4; Class Cabinet 3; 
Spectrum 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4k FrJfendship Club 3,4; F.N.A. 
4; N.H.S. 4. 48, 215, 217, 735 

JOSEPH FRANK KRAMERurr— r Bud 

Euclidian Editorial Staff i4|>isistant Editor 4; Survey 
Representative 2; Eucuyo Representative 3; Class 
Cabinet 3,4; Choral MasfefV 3,4; Big ShovJ 2,3; Key 
Club 2; N.H.S. 4. 18, 48, 150, 235, 236, 244 



JUDITH A. KRAMER 

G.A.A. 3; World Affairs 4; Fri 

236 



Judie 
;ndship Club 2,3,4. 48, 



293 



VICTOR WILLIAM KRANZ The Beast 

Football 2. 48 

JANET ANN KRAPENC Jan 

Student Council 3; Euclidian Representative 4; G.L.C. 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class Cabinet 4; Girls' Glee Club 
2; Panther 4; F.N.A. 3,4; President 4. 18, 49, 217, 
226 

THEODORE KREIT Ted 

Student Council 3; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Let- 
terman's Club 4. 49, 168 

JAMES MICHAEL KREN Jim 

Movie Club 2. 49 

KENNETH HENRY KRISTY Ken 



RONALD MATHEW KROMAR Ron 

49 

GERALDINE MARCELLA KROME Gerry 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 2; Choral Masters 
3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Fall Play Production Staff 
2; Big Show Cast 3; Production Staff 2; World Af- 
fairs 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 
49, 150, 236, 246 

ROSEMARY JANE KUHARIK Ros/e 

G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2,3; Spring Play Cast 3; 
Big Show Cast 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 49 



LUCIA DANIELA LANG Lucy 

Student Council 4; Swim Club 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; 
Spectrum 4; World Affairs Club 4; Bookstore Worker; 
AFS Student 1962-63. 49, 206, 209, 224, 229, 236 

Chuck 
man's Club 2,3,4; 
49, 193, 194 



CHARLES R. LANNING 

Football 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Letter, 

Hall Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

RONALD FRANK LAPUH 

Student Council 3; Key Club 3,4; Hall Guard 3; Hon- 
or Study Hall 3. 49 

CHARLES J. LARDOMITA Chuck 

49 

MARIE PHYLLIS LAUKIAVICH 

Survey Representative 2; Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 

2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 49, 

243 

ROBERT AUGUST LAUSCHE 

Movie Club 3,4. 49, 210 

DIANNE MARIE LAVO Di 

Friendship Club 2,3. 49 

DAVID JOHN LEBER Dave 

Student Council Representative 2; Survey Business 
Staff 2,3; Representative 3; Key Club 3; Survey Ad- 
vertising Manager 4. 49, 236, 243 

MICHAEL A. LEBER 



N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Stude 
ling 2,3,4; Letterma 
2,3; F.T.A. 3; E 
223, 235 

CHARLES EDWARD LEES 



Mike 

:il 2,4; Eucuyo 7; Wrest- 
2,3,4; Big Show Cost 
N.H.S. 4. 50, 206, 



I Staff 2,3,4; Spectrum 

Board 3,4; Friendship 

I Guard 3. 14, 50, 212, 



LINDA LOU LEGE 
N.H.S. 3,4; Survey Ecfitari 
3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Execifjlt- 
Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2; iBJ 
215, 234, 236, 239, 240 

CHARLES A. LEPPERT ^.-^ -, Charlie 

Student Council 4; Sur'Je* Representative 3; Spirit's 
Club 4; Football 3; Baskltliall 3,4; Tennis 2; Hall 
Guard 3,4; Euclidian AdHtiff 4; N.H.S. 4. 50, 193, 
206, 213, 235, 246 

Judx 
50, 230, 254 



Judy 



F.B.L.A. 4; Co-op Student 4. 14, 



JULIA MARIE LESIAK 

Orchestra 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 

JUDITH ANN LESKOVEC 

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

JERRY TOM LIKOVIC 
50, 95 

LINDA LEE LINDiC 
Friendship Club 
50, 222 

NANCY LEE UNDQUIST Lindy 

N.F.L. 3; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council Committee 3; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff jtpCopywriter 4; Representa- 
tive 4; Survey Editorial \S|jfff 2,3; Representotive 2; 
Ad Club 4; G.A.A. 2; ^\\ play Production Staff 2; 
World Affairs 4; Friendsfrfp?' Club 2,3; Ushering 2,3; 
Hall Guard 3; F.N.A. 3,4; Vice-President 4; Interclub 
Representative 3; N.H.S. 4. 20, 50, 217, 235, 236, 
244, 246 

294 



ROGER L. LIPSTREU Rog 

Cross Country 3; Track 3,4; Concert Bond 2,3,4; Pit 
Band 2. 50, 154 

DIANE LYNN LIPTACK Dee-Dee 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; World Affairs 4. 50, 236 

ALBERT LOCKER 
50 

JOYCE MARIE LOCKER Dimples 

Student Council 4; Ad Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3; Fall Play Production Staff 2; World 
Affairs 2; F.T.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 
2; Prom Committee 3; Hall Guard 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; F.N.A. 3,4. 50, 212, 217 

ORVILLE G. LOEDING 

Football 2; Concert Band 2,4; Pit Band 2; Honor Study 

Hall 3. 51, 154 

LINDA LEE LONG 

Student Council 2; Survey Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 
2,3; Class Cabinet 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Spectrum 
4; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3. 51, 215, 229 

LINDA LEE LOOPE toop/e 

N.F.L. 3; Student Council 3; Committees 3; Euclidian 
Ad Staff 4; Survey Business Staff 3,4; Assistant Ad 
Manager 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Choral Masters 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; P.A. Club 3,4; Announc- 
er 3,4; Big Show Cast 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 
2; Senior Scandal 4. 28, 51, 150, 215, 239, 243, 
246 

ALVINA LOVEJOY 
Girls' Glee Club 2. 51 

VIRGINIA LOWE Cinny 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 3,4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; F.N.A. 4. 51, 217, 236, 246 

DIANE LUKAT Di 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4; Executive Chairman 4; Hall Guard 
3; Honor Study Hall 3; Euclidian Representative 2. 
51, 215, 217, 219 

JACQUELINE MARIE LUNEiER, Jackie 

Student Council 2,3; Eicl^iibn Ad Staff 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Hall Guard^4i N.H.S. 4. 37, 51, 150, 
235 

KAREN ELIZABETH LUTZ 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Repre- 
sentative 4; G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Hall Guard 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 51, 243 

KATHLEEN MARIE LYBARGER Kathy 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 2,3; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Underi^als'^ditor 4; Representative 
3; Eucuyo Representative % G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Vice-President 4; Buckeye. GJrls' State Representative 
3; Girls' Glee Club 2; F.rA^' 2,3; Historian 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; Ushering 2,3; Hall Guard 3. 53, 225, 
226, 234, 236, 239, 244 

DON ALLEN LYMAN Big Dal 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Photographer 4; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; Senior Circulation Manager 4; Cross 
Country 2; Wrestling 2; World Affairs 4; Camera 
Club 2,3,4; President 4; Chess Team 2. 53, 220, 236, 
244, 246 



DON C. MAASWINKEL 

Cross Country 3; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Book- 
store Worker 2,3,4. 53 

BRIAN MILES MAEDER 

N.F.L. 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4; Survey Representative 3; Swimming 2,3,4; Spring 
Play Cast 3; Hall Guard 2,4. 53, 189, 191 

PRISCILLA MAHANAY Pris 

G.A.A. 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3. 53, 215 

CHRIS JAMES MAHER Wheels 

53, 95, 221 

WANDA JEAN MAJOR Wanda 

Friendship Club 2,3,4. 53 

BARBARA LYNN MAKOWSKI Lynn 

G.A.A. 3,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 53 

JACK ARTHUR MALZ Wolf 

53 

CAROL JO MANDALLA 

Friendship Club 3; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 



CLARE W. MANSPERGER 

N.A.S.S. 3,4; Student C^cB 4; Executive Board 4; 
Ad Club 3,4; Spirit's Oub^j Wrestling 2,3,4; Letter- 
man 3; Buckeye Boys' Stgte? Representative 3; Con- 
cert Band 3,4; Morching'^and 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; 
N.H.S. 4. 51, 52, 154, 155, 163, 183, 185, 206, 235 

WILLIAM ROBERT MARCH Bill 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Pit Bond 
3,4. 51, 52, 154 

CAROLYN JEAN MARESH Carolyn 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Student Council 2; Survey Rep- 
resentative 2; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4; Copyreader 
3; News Editor 4; Eucuydl Representative 2; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Ebclid Choir 3; Spectrum 
2,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Execufrve Board 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2; Senior Scandal Staff 4. 53, 
215, 229, 234, 236, 239, 241 

THEODORE JOHN MARKLEY Ted 

Eucuyo 3,4; Publicity Manager 4. 53 

ROSEMARY G. MARMASH Rosie 

Student Council 3; EuclIdian'.Representotlve 4; G.L.C. 
3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Orchestli '2,4; Majorette Club 2; 
F.T.A. 3,4; Executive Boafdjt; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
Ushering 2; F.N.C. 3,4; Historian 4; Senior Scandal 
Staff 4; N.H.S. 4. 53, 215, 217, 226, 235, 239 

CHERYL ANN MARN Cheryl 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4. 53 

NORMAN L. MAROLT Mud 

53, 95 

CATHERINE JEAN MART^H t, Cothy 

Survey Business Staff '4: aGIA.A. 3,4; Spectrum 4; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship .Oui) 2,3,4; Hall Guard 3; 
Senior Scandal Business 4t<«f 4; N.H.S. 4. 53, 215, 
229, 235, 239, 243 

RICHARD ALBERT MARTIN Dick 

53 

JOAN CAROL MARZI Joanie 

G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 2. 53 

GARY PAUL MASON Mase 

Student Council 4; Football 2,3; Letterman 2,3; Wrest- 
ling 2; Letterman's Club 3; Linguist Club 3. 53, 95 

JUDITH ANNE MASON 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette Club 3; Cheerleader 2; 

Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 2. 95 

PAUL JOHN MASTRO Mil/brook 

54 

EILEEN MAUSER Pixie 
F.N.C. 2,3,4. 54 

ANNETTE M. MAUSSER Do//y 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; Ushering 4; Hall Guard 3. 54 

MICHAEL A. MAZZEI Lightning 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 2. 54 

DONNA LEE McCULLOCH 

Student Council 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls' Glee Club 3; 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 2,3. 54 

JUDITH ANN McGARRY Judea 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 2. 55 

MARY ELLEN McGRAW 

Survey Business Staff 4; Eucuyo Representative 3; 
G.L.C. 3,4; Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spring 
Sports Attendant 3; Class Secretary 3; Majorette Club 
2,3; Substitute 4; Friendship Club 2; Prom Committee 
3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 18, 55, 62, 175, 226 

LYNN IRENE McGREGOR Lynn 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4. 55, 226 

JACQUELINE MclNTYRE Jackie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 3,4. 53 

BARBARA ANN McKINLEY Barb 

N.F.L. 4; Euclidian Representative 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Majorette Club 2,3; Majorette 4; Big Show Cost 3; 
Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 55, 174 

SONDRA CAROL MEALL Sandi 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 2. 54 

ROBERT ALLEN MEDVED Bob 

Track 2,4; Class Cabinet 3; Key Club 2. 54, 179 

JOANNE MENART Jo 

Survey Representative 3. 54 

JERILYN ANN MERVAR Jeri 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship 2,3,4. 55 

DIANA LOUISE MIHALY 

Student Council 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 3; 
Majorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Big Show 2,3;' 
Friendship Club 2. 55, 145, 174 



DONNA MARIE MIHALY 

Euclidian Representative 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette 

Club 3; Frlendstiip Club 2. 55 

NANCY CAROL MIJACEK Majack 

Student Council 2,3; Survey Representative 2,3; Eu- 
cuyo Representative 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Swim Club 3; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Cheerleader Substitute 2; Panther 
4; Big Show Production Staff 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 55, 239 

FRANK JOSEPH MIKLACIC 
Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 55 

FLETCHER DANIEL MILAN Fletch 

55 

MARGARET ROSE MILAVEC 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2,3; Ushe 

Guard 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 55 

PHILIP FRANK MILAVEC 



ng 2; Hall 



Club 4; Friendship Club 3; 



BONNIE ANN MILLER 

G.A.A. 4; World Affaii 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 55 

JERI LYNN MILLER Jeri 

G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2,3; Friendship Club 2; 
Survey Reporter 4; F.N.C. 3. 56, 240 

SANDRA LEE MILLER r" "t Sondy 

Student Council 2,3,4; t.t.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Cheerleader 2; Substitute ?; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; N.FTS: 4. 54, 56, 226, 235 

KENNETH JAMES MISICK Bones 

56, 193 

MARILYN LOUISE MONTAGNER 

LARRY JAY MOONEY 
56 

DON RICHARD MORELL Grond-Po 

56 

CARL J. MORGENTHALER Chuck 

Foremen's Club 4. 57, 221 

DIANNA LOU MORTON Mort 

G.A.A. 2,3; Honor Study Hall 3. 14, 57 

JAMES DANNY MROWCA 
57 

CAROL RAE MULFORD Mulfie 

Swim Club 3; Gir 
ship Club 3. 57 

MARY KATHERINE MULLIGAN 

World Affairs Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3. 57 

GLORIA JEAN MURPHY Jerry 

Student Council 3; Euclidian Representative 3; Survey 
Representative 3; Hall Guard 3. 57 

ROGER T. MURPHY Rog 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Student Council 4; Spirit's 
Club 4; Cross Countryp3; "lelterman 3; Basketball 
2,3,4; letterman 4; Baseb^l 2; Lettermon's Club 3,4; 
Closs Vice-President 4; Gasi Cabinet 3,4; Big Show 
Cast 3; Student Supply Sfor^ Worker 3,4; Hall Guard 
3,4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Senior Scandal 4. 18, 57, 
75, 193, 194, 197, 206, 209, 213, 234, 239, 246 

THOMAS ANDREW MURPHY Murf 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Student Council 3; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Cfo^ Country 3; Letterman 3; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Lettermaif 4^ Baseball 2,3,4; Letter- 
man 3,4; Lettermon's CiyLi'3,4; Class Treasurer 4; 
Class Cabinet 3; Student Supply Store Worker 3. 13, 

57, 75, 192, 193, 194, 197, 223, 234, 246 

WILLIAM H. MYLES Bill 

Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Bond 2,3,4; Marching Bond 
2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3; Buckeye Boys' State Representa- 
tive 3. 57, 154 



Club 3; G.A.A. 3; Fr 



LESLIE ADAM NASON Stone/ 

Student Council 2; P.A. Announcer 4; World Affairs 
4; Debate Team 4. 57 

SANDRA LEE NAYLOR Sarrt 

G.A.A. 2,3; Orchestra 2,3,4; Fall Play 2; F.N.C. 3,4, 
Friendship Club 2. 57 

ELIZABETH JOAN NEAT Liz 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Fall Play Pro- 
duction Staff 3,4; Spring Ploy Production Staff 3; 
Big Show Production Staff 3; Thespians 4; Friendship 
Club 3,4; F.N.C. 3,4; Hall Guard 4; Thespians 4; 
Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 57, 217 

TOM JOHN NEEDS Tom 

57 



PETER MICHAEL NEOLA 



MAUREEN JEAN NIXON Mo 

G.A.A. 2,3; Swim Club 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall 
Guard 2. 58 

JOYCE NOVAK ^s^ t. 

Student Council 4; G.A.M J; Majorette Club 2,3,4; 
Majorette Substitute 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Senior ScrfnAil 4; N.H.S. 4. 58, 175, 
206, 235, 239 

SHIRLEY MARIE NOVOTNY 

Student Council 3; Euclidian Representative 3; Sur- 
vey 4; Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Friendship Club 2. 58, 215 

LINDA K. NURMI 



Student Council 3; Eucli!Jian"^epresent( 
2,3,4; Spring Ploy 3; Spe#rim 4; F.T./ 



Linda 
entative 4; G.A.A. 
■.A. 3,4; Friend- 
ship 2,3,4; Honor Study'-Hcifl 3; E-Room Manager 4; 
E-Room Worker 2,3; Senior Scandal 4; N.H.S. 4. 58, 
229, 235, 249 



FRANK WILLIAM OBLAK 



ROSWITHA OELSNER ^. ^ 

N.H.S. 3,4; Euclidian ftuan^ss Staff 4; G.L.C. 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; World Affoi"s,'4; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; F.N.C. 2,3; Eu^cfion Ad Staff 4. 58, 226, 
234, 236, 246 

EMILY LUCILLE OFFAK 

N.F.L. 4; P.A. Club Anouncer 4; Junior Red Cross 

3,4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 3,4. 58, 210, 216 

THOMAS M. OLESKY Tom 

I.Q.S. 4; Student CounciFReDresentative 4; Wrestling 
2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Direito'r 4; Holl Guard 4; Eu- 
clidian Ad Staff 4; SenioKS^bndal 4; Survey Reporter 
2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 38, 52, 58; 206, 212, 235, 236, 239, 
240, 246 

MICHAEL ORAZEN r^ "^ Mike 

N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Footboir 2|J,»; Co-captain 4; Letter- 
man 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4;' Letterman 2,3,4; Letter- 
man's Club 2,3,4: Ponthef 7?f the Week 4; N.H.S. 4. 
26, 58, 162, 168, 169, 170, 183, 184, 185, 223, 235 

CARLTON MOORE OREBAUGH Maxwell 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Camera Club 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Council 4; Survey 2,3,4; Jr. Photographer 
3; Sr. Photographer 4; Spectrum 4. 30, 58, 163, 212, 
220, 236, 241 

JAMES ORR Jim 

I.Q.S. 4; N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2,3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Cross Country 
2; Track 2; Lettermon's Club 2,3,4; Concert Bond 2; 
Hall Guard 2,3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 33, 59, 223, 
236, 246 

LAURAJEAN OWEN louro 

N.F.L. 3,4; Euclidian Representative 2; Eucuyo 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4; P.A. Club An- 
nouncer 4; Fall Ploy 2,3,4; Cost 3; Director 2,3,4; 
Spring Ploy 3; Production Staff 3; Thespians 3,4; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4. 59, 83, 210, 230, 231 



STEVE MARTIN OZNOWICH 
59, 100 



Oz 



ROBERT PALACHEK Bob 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; 

Basketball 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Lettermon's Club 3,4; 
Big Show, 3. 59, 168, 193 

JOHN PALINKAS 
59 

GEORGE JAMES PANSTARES 

Class Cabinet 4; Key Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

18, 59 

MICHAEL RONALD PAOLELLA Mike 

Student Council 2; Survey Business Staff 4; Football 
2; Class Cabinet 2,3; Key Club 4; Hall Guard 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 31, 59, 212 

GUS ALFRED PAOLUCCI 
Key Club 2,3,4. 59, 212 

DONALD A. PAPESH Don 

59 

JUDITH ANN PAPP Judie 

G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 3; Euclid Choir 3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Euclidian Ad 
Staff 4. 60 

BETSY PAPPAS Bets 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4; Majorette Club 
3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 2,3. 60 



Tom 
Pete 



VIKKI LEE PARADISO 
Friendship Club 4. 60 

ROBERT A. PARKER 

Cross Country 3; Letterman 3; Track 2; Letlern 

Club 3. 60, 100, 170, 179 

ALISON GAIL PATRICK 

Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 4; Transferred to E 

in Sr. year, 60, 229 

TOM PERKO 

60 

JAMES WALTER PETERS 

Football 2,4; Cross Country 3; Track 2,3,4; Letterman 

2,4; Lettermon's Club 2,3,4. 60, 68, 179 

JOEL PETERS Pete's 

Hall Guard 3. 60 

ERIC PETERSON Pete 

Student Council 2; Football 2; Cross Country - 3; 

Wrestling 2; Baseball 2; Big Show Cast 2,3,4; F.T.A. 
3; Key Club 3; Gym Leader 4. 60 

SIDNEY S. PETROLEWICZ Sid 

Football 2. 60 

CHARLES A. PICCIANO Greek 

Football 4; Baseball 4; Bowling 3,4; Lettermon's Club 
4; Hall Guard 4. 61, 168, 181 

JANICE MARY PICKETT Jan 

N.F.L. 3; G.A.A. 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; V\ 
4; Friendship Club 2,3; Ushering 2; Mov 
61, 236, 237 

HARRY O. PIERCE 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Swim 

termon 4. 61, 148, 189, 191 

JOYCE MARIE PIKE 

Eucuyo 2,3; G.A.A. 2; World Affoii 

Club 2. 61 



rid Affairs 
Club 3,4. 



ing 2,3,4; Let- 



4; Friendship 



Kaf/( 
4; Student Council 4 
4; Euclidian Editoria 



CATHERINE JEAN PIPER 
N.H.S. 3,4; Secretary 4; I.Q.S. 
Executive Board 4; Committee: 
Staff 4; Literary Editor r%;fepresentative 2; Survey 
Representative 3; Eucuyb letresentative 2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3; Orchestra 3,4; Trea^j-^ 3; Concert Bond 2,3,4; 
Marching Bond 2,3,4; Sergeant 4; Pit Bond 2,3,4; 
Foil Ploy 2; Spectrum 3; Bookstore Manager 4; Pep 



ty 2,3,4. 61, 154, 155, 157 



Ron 
212 



Tom 



Band 4; Chevron 
206, 208, 234, 244 

RONALD STEVE PLANTAN 
Biology Club 4; Vice-Preside 

PATRICIA ANN PIESCIA 
F.T.A. 2; Friendship Club 4. 

THOMAS LOUIS PLESEC 
61 



PHILLIP CHARLES PLESTIS Phil 

Wrestling 3,4; Foreman's Club 3. 61 

MARY JANE PLESZ 

Student Council 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 62 

DONALD L. PODOBNIKAR Don 

Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 

2,3,4; Pit Bond 2,3,4; Fall Play 3; Big Show 3. 62, 

154 

GAIL KAREN POINTER Gail 

Eucuyo 3. 62 

JOHN FRANK POLANC John 

Cross Country 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; 
Letterman 3,4; Lettermon's Club 3,4; Key Club 4. 62, 
170, 185, 212 

GERALDINE LOUISE POLIS Jeri 

G.A.A. 2,3; Swim Club 2; Majorette Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 14, 62, 222 

JOSEPH RAYMOND POLLACK Jose 

Student Council 4; Class Cabinet 4; Spectrum 4; 
Key Club 4; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Eu- 
clidian Ad Staff 4; Senior Scandal 4. 62, 212, 239, 
246 

KATHRYNN MARY POPlS'l>l3 Poopsie 

G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,-1 
3,4; N.H.S. 4. 62, 226, 

FRANK LEONARD POTOCHNIK 
Hall Guard 4. 62 

KENNETH JAMES POTOKAR Ken 

Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3,4; Key Club 2,3; Hall 
Guard 3; Junior Red Cross 4. 62 

CHRISTINE POULIN Chris 



WAYNE DALE POWELL Morgan 

Eucuyo 3; Cross Country 3; Indoor Track 3; Key 
Club 4. 63, 170 

295 



I 



GAYIE WEBSTER PRATT 
Swim Club 2. 14, 63 

ANTOINETTE JOSEPHINE PRAWDZIK Joni-Jo 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 63 

RICK JOHN PRESKAR Rick 

Eucuyo 3,4; Cross Country 3; Biology Club 2,3,4; 
President 2,3,4. 63 

JOHN GIRARD PRICE Jacic 

Football 3. 63 

MARIE ANNETTE PROKOPOVICH Prokop 

N.F.L. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Representative 
2,4; Eucuyo Representotive 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class 
Cabinet 4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Execu- 
tive Board 4; Friendship Club 2,3; Senior Scandal 
Editorial Staff 4; I.Q.S. 4. 18, 63, 215, 239, 246 

JOHN FRANK PUGLIESE Pug 

Honor Study Hall 4. 63 

GAIL MARY PUNOCH Ponoochie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2. 63 

KATHLEEtJ PURTILL Kathy 

Survey Representative 2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2,3; Hall Guard 2. 63 

ALBERT JOHN PUTNEY Al 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 63 



ALICE RABUN Alkie 

Survey Representative 4; Fall Play Cast 3; Spring 
Ploy 3. 64, 100 

RICHARD METHEW RACKAR Rich 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; 
Lettermans Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 64, 170, 
179 

MARY ANN RADWANICK 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3,4. 64 

NANCY ANN RAKAS r' h 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spectrum '3,4world Affairs 2,3; T.T.A. 
2,3,4; Honor Study HoiyS^' Survey Reporter 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4. 64, 215, 235, 236, 240 

JOSEPH MICHAEL RAMONA Joe 

Key Club 2; Fall Play Cast 2,3,4; Big Show 2,3,4; 
Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 
2,3,4; Bowling 4; Captain 4; E.H.S. Talent Scouts 
Orchestra 2,4. 64, 154 

ROLLIN HARRY RANDOLPH 
Tennis 2. 64 

JOHN ROBERT RANDT Turtle 

N.F.L. 3; Student Council 3; Survey Representative 
4; Swim Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Swimming 2,3,4; 
Captain 4; Letterman 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4. 
64, 189, 224 



RICHARD J. RANKER 

Student Council 2; Survey Repr. 

Guard 3. 64 

JOHN MATHIEW RATH 



Dick 
Hall 



V.W. 



65 

BONNIE LYNN RAYMOND Bonnie 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3. 65 

LORENE ANN REBA Rebes 

Student Council 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class Cabinet 3,4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Cheerleader Substitute 2; Pan- 
ther 4; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; E-Room Guard 4. 65 

JAMES GEORGE RECHNER Jim 

65 . . 

STEPHEN PETER RECHNER Steve 

Football 3. 65 

SUZANNE JANE REDMOND Suzie 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3,4. 65, 100 

DOUG ROLLAND REED 

Student Council 4; Football 4; Letterman 4; Golf 3. 

42, 65, 168 

LINDA MARIE REES 

G.A.A. 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 65 
HAROLD RAYMOND REICHENBACH Berke 

Spirit's Club 4; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Basket- 
ball 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 59, 65, 168, 169, 193, 197, 213 
JOHN KENNETH REIDER John 

Swimming 3,4; Letterman 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Treasurer 4; 
Key Club 3,4. 65, 189, 212, 214 

MARGARET ANN REIDER Meg 

Student Council Committees 2,3; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 2; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall 
Guard 3; F.N. A. 2. 66 



JAMES MICHAEL RENKO Jim 

Foreman's Club 4. 66, 180 

CAROLE MARIE REUBISH Reub 

Student Council 2; G.A.A. 3; Girls' Glee Club 3; 

Junior Red Cross 3; Hall Guard 2,3; Honor Study Hall 
2,3; F.B.L.A. 2. 66, 100 

DONALD M. REYNOLDS Eeer-Belly 

Golf 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Letterman's Club 4. 66 

RUTH ANN RICKSECKER 

N.F.L. 3,4; Spectrum 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Usher- 
ing 2,3,4. 66, 212, 230 

LUCY RITTER Lucy 

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

F.N.A. 4; Linguist Club 2; Senior Scandal Editorial 
Staff 4. 66, 217 

DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON Robbie 

Football 2; Choral Masters 4; Foreman's Club 4; Hall 
Guard 3. 66, 150, 221 

FRANCES A. ROCCO fron 

G.A.A. 2,3; Orchestra 2; Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 
3,4. 66 

EDMUND D. ROCKEY Ed 

66 

RONALD STANLEY ROGELL Ron 

Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Key Club 4. 66, 212 

MARTELLE FRANCES ROMA Marty 

Euclidian Representative 2; Survey Representative 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette Club 2; Majorette 4; Substi- 
tute 3; Big Show 2,3; Friendship Club 2,4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 14, 67, 175, 239 

ROBERT E. RONKE Bob 

67 

PAULA ROSENBLATT 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,4; Honor Study Hall 3. 
67, 144 

JUDY LYN ROSSODIVITA Feef 

G.A.A. 2. 67, 100 

MARSHA ANNE ROUTZAHN Marsh 

Student Council 4; G.A'.^."^2,3; Majorette Club 3; 
Fall Play Production Stat M; Spring Ploy Cast 3; 
Thespians 4; Spectrum '4; Firiendship Club 2,3; Hall 
Guard 4; Honor Study Hdtl 3; Senior Scandal Edi- 
torial Staff 4; N.H.S. 4. 67, 206, 229, 235, 239 

ELIZABETH A. ROWLES Betty 

F.T.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 14, 67 

DENNIS WILSON RUPERT Bones 

67, 100 

THOMAS M. RUPLE Tom 

Student Council 2; Survey Representative 4; Baseball 
2; Class Cabinet 4; P. A. Technician 2,3,4; Key Club 
2; Hall Guard 3. 18, 67, 211 

JOSEPH MICHAEL RUSCIN Joe 

Foreman's Club 3. 67 

ALBERT LOUIS RUSS B/g Al 

Foreman's Club 4. 67, 221 

THOMAS E. RUSS Rusty 

Choral Masters 3; Stage Crew Club 4; Fall Play Cast 

and Production Staff 4; Thespians 3. 67, 150, 220, 
231 

JIM JOHN RYAN Jim 

Hall Guard 2,3; Honor Study Hall 3. 67 



JOHN RICHARD SABATH 

Track 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Key Club 2. 67, 179 

ELAINE SUSAN SAJNA Elaine 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3,4. 67 

MARILYN JANICE SANTORELLI 

Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study Holl 3. 68, 100, 

147 

ELAINE MARIE SCERANKA Elaine 

Student Council 2,3; Euclidian Representative 2; 
G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Head Majorette 4; 
Big Show Cast 3; F.T.A. 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 14, 
68, 174, 226 

SUE ANN SCHADE r^^^ Schady 

Ad Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3)4,-| Eiiecutive Board 4; Hall 

Guard 3; Latin Club 2,3; Movie Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 

68, 210, 215, 235 '^ 

BARTON DEAN SCHENCJ<__ Bart 

Student Council Represfntot^ve 2; Euclidian 



JOAN MARIE SCHEFULER 



LINDA SCHEVE ,._ ^ 

Student Council Repreiei^ojive 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3 
Class Cabinet 2,3; Mojoilttye Club 2; Spectrum 3 
World Affairs 4; F.T.A. <^a Friendship 3; F.N.C. 4 
N.H.S. 4. 68, 217, 235 

HERMINE SCHIEB 

G.A.A. 2,3; World Affairs 3; Honor Study Holl 3; 

F.N.C. 4. 20, 68, 217 

WILLIAM ROBERT SCHMENK Bill 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Wrestling 2; 
Track 2,3,4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Lieutenant Governor 4; Hall Guard 3. 68, 
170, 179, 212 

EDWARD JEROME SCHNEIDER 

P. A. Club 3,4; Technician 3,4. 68, 211 

JEAN PATRICIA SCHNELLER Jeanne 

G.A.A. 4; Transferred to Euclid in Junior year; De- 
bate Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 68, 239 

JANET RUTH SCHULTZ Schultzie 

Friendship Club 2,3. 69 

JEANETTE CAROL SCHULTZ Janet 

69, 100 

URBAN A. SCOLARO Urfa 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Letter- 
man 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4. 69, 74, 168, 182, 185 
RICHARD CROSBY SEAMAN Dick 

Wrestling 2,3; Letterman 3; Track 2; Foreman's Club 
4. 69, 100, 221 

PATRICIA ELAYNE SEARS Pat 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Majorette Club 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2,3. 69, 222 

WILLIAM A. SEDERHOL/^— _j^ Bill 

N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Survey R^areientative 4; Ad Club 4; 
Tennis 2,3,4; Letterman 2,1,4'; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; 
Concert Band 2; Key tiub 4; Projectionists Club 
2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 69, 180, 223, 235, 246 

CAROL ANGELA SEDUSKY Sedusk 

Student Council Representative 3,4; Survey Business 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 3; Class Cabinet 4; Majorette Club 3; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Senior Scandal 4. 14, 18, 71, 
206, 236 

JOHN FREDERICK SEMENIK Jack 

Student Council Representative 3; Baseball 2,3,4; 
Letterman 4. 43, 71 

PATRICIA LEE SHAMBAUGH Pot 

Euclidian Representative 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship 
Club 2. 71 

JEFFREY CARL SHARP 

Cross Country 4; Track 3,4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 

Club 4. 71, 179 

JAMES DALE SHAW Artie 

Bowling 3,4; Concert Bond 2,3; Marching Band 2 3- 
Pit Bond 2,3. 71 

BARBARA LYNN SHEPARD Barb 

Notional Forensic League 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Spectrum 
4; Friendship Club 2. 71, 229 

SHARON ANN SHIROCK 

Friendship Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Senior 

year. 71 

MARIE ELAINE SIKORA 

G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; Majorette Club 3; 

Majorette 4; Friendship Club 2. 71, 175 



Simpy 



LAURA KRISTI SIMPSON 
N.H.S. 3,4; I.QS. 3,4; Student Council Co 
Euclidian Representative"' 3; ^Survey 2,3,4; Editorial 
Staff 2,3,4; Representative ^,3,4; Ad Club 3,4; Eu- 
cuyo Representative 2,3,%,5.A.A. 3; Euclid Choir 2; 
Spring Play Cast 3; Spectrum 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 30, 71, 208, 212, 228, 234, 236, 241 



Le„r,y 



tudent Council RepresfentatJve 2; Euclidian Repre- 
sntative 4; Concert Bon^ f,3/4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; 

Pit Bond 2,3,4; Big Show^Iqit 2; Key Club 4; N.H.S. 

4. 37, 68, 140, 154, 212, 235 



LEONARD DEAN SINGER 

Student Council Representative 2. 71 

DOLORES JOAN SKRAJNER 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4; Co-op 4. 71, 222 

KARLENE JOYE SLATER Clarence 

Student Council Representative 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' 

Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 3- 

Honor Study Holl 3. 71 

JANET SLAUTA 
71 

ALLEN JOHN SLUGA ai 

GLENN WILLIAM SMITH 
71, 100 



296 



JAMES ARTHUR SMITH Jim 

Bowling 3,4; Foreman's Club 4. 71, 221 

PAULINE MARIE SMITH Paul 

Student Council Representative 3; F.N.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,4; Class Cabinet 3. 71 

JOHN J. SMOLIC 
71, 100 

VICKI LYNN SNOW Vicki 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3,4. 71, 217 



Ton/ 
Club 4. 71, 



Sofae 



ANTHONY SNYDER 

Football 2,3,4; Lettermon 4; Letter 

168 

DONALD ALLEN SOBE 
Baseball 2,3; Lettermon 3. 71 

CHERYL ANN SOEDER 

Student Council Representative 4; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Survey Representative 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Class Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 2,4. 72, 206 

ELAINE KATHLEEN SOKOL 

Euclidian Representative 2,4; Ad Club 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Class Cabinet 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 18, 72 

CAROLYN MARIE SOMICH Carol 

Ad Club 4; Friendship Club 2,3. 72 

DONALD W. SOTKA Polak 

72 

EILEEN ANN SPALEK 

Student Council Representative 3,4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 2,3,4; Eucuyo Representotive 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 
3. 72, 206, 236, 240 

BETTY JANE SPALL 

Eucuyo Representative 3; Friendship Club 2. 72 

DAN SPOKAS Spook 

Student Council Representative 4; Swim Club 4; 
Swimming 4. 72, 100 



Ma 



MARVIN E. SPRINGER 
Track 2. 72, 100 

JOYCE ELAINE STANEKr"'^"^ 

Survey Representative 4,1 l#T.A. 3,4; Bookstore Work- 
er 2,3,4; Friendship Clui^!2^; Hall Guard 3; F.N.C. 
3,4; N.H.S. 4. 73, 235 

GARY JOSEPH STANTON 
73 

CARL EMIL STATZ 

Morching Band 2. 73, 100, 142, 212 

RANDY LELAND STAUFFER Randy 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Cross Country 2,3; Letter- 
man 3; Track 2; Letterman's Club 3,4; Class Cabinet 
4; Choral Masters 3,4; Big Show Cast 3; Spectrum 4; 
Key Club 2; Senior Scandal Co-editor; Choral Masters 
Executive Board. 18, 73, 150, 229, 236, 239 

MARLENE STEFANCHIK Marq 

Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3. 
73, 150 

RONALD STEFANCIC 



SYLVIA ELEANOR STEFANKO Syl 

Eucuyo Representative 3j-Fo|l Ploy Cost 3,4; Produc- 
tion Staff 2; Spring ffaj Production Staff 2; Big 
Show Cast 3; Thespians; TAi Vice-President 4; Spec- 
trum 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; BooJuiSre Worker 3,4; Manager 
4; Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 3; N.H.S. 4. 73, 
209, 231, 235, 252 

JANICE ELIZABETH STEGH Jan 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 4. 73 

PENNY LEE STEINHOFF Penge 

G.A.A. 2,3; Class Cabinet 4; Friendship Club 2. 18, 
73, 142 

ROBERTA ANN STERNEN Bobbi 

73 

JEANETT SUE STILLINGEK- -, Still 

F.T.A. 2,4; P.A. TechniciEru3/4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; 
Fall Play Cast 2; Production, Staff 3; Big Show Cast 
3; Choral Masters 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 
2; Ushering 2; N.H.S. 4. 73, 150, 235 

JOHN P. STINSON 

Football 2; Cross Country 3; Lettermon 3; Track 
2,3,4; Bowling 2; Lettermon's Club 3,4; Key Club 3; 
Indoor Track 3,4. 35, 73 

DONNA R. STOCK Sloclcie 

G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; President 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3. 54, 74,225 



THOMAS WAYNE STOIBER Tom 

Ad Club 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Key Club 2. 
48, 74, 179 

SHARON MARIE STOJETZ Shorie 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2,3; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 74 

KAREN LU STONE Karen 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,4; Ushering 2. 74 

NANCY JEAN STONEBy^^- Sfoney 

N.H.S. 3,4; Orchestra 2,4; tohcert Band 2,3,4; March- 
ing Bond 2,3,4; Pit BondyS^'Foll Play 2; Spring Ploy 
2; Big Show 2; Friendship'^fub 4. 74, 154 

MICHAEL TERRY STRAINICK Mick 

74, 142 

BARBARA JEAN STRANG Bobbie 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 74, 219 

JANET MARIE STRAZIER Jan 

Student Council 4; G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
Hall Guard 4. 74, 250 

WALTER HENRY STREKAL Walt 

Biology Club 4. 74 

ALLAN WESLEY STRONG 
75 

SUZANNE CAROL STROSS Sue 

Spectrum 4; World Affairs 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 2,3. 75, 215, 229 

DAN L. STRUNA 
Track 3,4. 75 

LINDA SUE STRUNGE Lynn 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. ye 



75 



RAYMOND J. SUMMERS Ray 

Foil Play Cast 3; Production Staff 2,3,4; Spring Ploy 
Production Staff 2,3,4; Big Show Production Staff 
2,3; Thespians 2,3,4; Foreman's Club 4; Movie Club 
4. 75, 220, 231 

BEVERLY ROSE SVEKRIC Bev 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.N. A. 4. 75 

FRED E. SVEKRIC 

Chemistry Lob Assistant 4. 75 

KATHRYN SWEENEY Kit 

G.A.A. 4; Fall Ploy Production Staff 4; World Affairs 
4; Friendship Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. 
year; Thespians 4. 75 

BOB K. SWINDELL 
75 

RICHARD DOUGLAS SWISHER Swish 

Swim Club 2,3; Swimming 2,3,4; Survey Representa- 
tive 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 27, 75, 100, 189, 246 

WILLIAM THOMAS SYMONDS Bill 

Football 2,3,4; Lettermon 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Lettermon's 
Club 2,3,4. 75, 168, 179 

VETUS JOSEPH SYRACUSE Vee 

Survey Business Staff 3; Football 2; Class Cabinet 
3,4; Hall Guard 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior 
Scondol 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Talent Scout's E.H.S. 
4. 18, 75, 239, 246 



ROBERT LEE SZABO 
Football 2. 76 



Bob 



SANDRA MARIE TARANTINO Sondy 

Student Council 2,3; fijcTidian Representative 2,3; 
Survey Representative 2,:4 Ad Club 4; G.L.C. 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Fall Play P'rpd.ilction Staff 4; Friendship 
Club 3; Prom Committee 37" N.H.S. 4. 76, 226, 235, 
246 

LESLIE PAUL TAYLOR Les 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey Business-Staff 4; Program Manager 
4; Representative 4; E^cu^a 3,4; Business Manager 
4; Representative 3; Tftnfi? 2; Spectrum 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Math CluliuSyt; President 4; Joe Berg 
Science Seminar 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 76, 78, 232, 233, 
235, 236, 239, 243 

SANDRA L. TEITELBAUM Sondy 

Friendship Club 2. 76 

JAMES WILLIAM TEKAVEC Tele 

World Affairs 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 76 

ROBERT EUGENE TEMPLE Charlie 

Track 2,3; Football 2,3; Key Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 76, 
100 



BARBARA JANE TERCEK Barb 

Student Council Represe(fl-aTr*e 2,3,4; Euclidian Rep- 
resentative 4; G.A.A. 2,'3,|; /Homecoming Queen 4; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship'vCliib 2,3; Hall Guard 2; 
Senior Scandal Editorial "SToff 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4; N.H.S. 4. 35, 76, 162, 164, 206, 235, 239, 246 

JUDITH ANNE THARP Judy 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; St.udent Council 2,4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3,4; Editof-in-Ghief 4; Spirit's Club 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Choral Master! 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
Fall Ploy Production StdlfJ^l; Spectrum 3,4; F.T.A. 
3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Prom Committee 4; United 
Appeal Committee 4. 76, 150, 204, 206, 215, 229, 
234, 236, 241 

MELANIE THEODOSION Mel 

Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Friendship Club 2,3. 76, 150 

JANE LYNDA THRONBERENS 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Hall Guard 3. 77 

ROBERT EDWARD TORTER Bob 

Student Council Representative 3; Football 2; Cross 
Country 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Lettermon 3,4; Lettermon's 
Club 3,4; Big Show Cost 3,4; Key Club 3; Hall Guard 
Captain 4; Gym Leader 4. 77, 162, 185 

TINA MARIE TOSTI Red 

Honor Study Hall 3; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 
77, 100 

MARGUERITE TOTH Morg 

Euclidian Representative 3; Friendship Club 4. 77 

MARILYN TOTH 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 4. 77 

BARBARA ANN TRAUGER Borb 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Representative 4; Survey Business 
Staff 2,3,4; Public Relations Monogerr 4; Representa- 
tive 3; Eucuyo Representative 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; World Affoirs 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; Senior Scondol Edi- 
torial Staff 4; E-Room Guard 4. 77, 239, 243 

ELIZABETH MAE TRENNEL Betty 

G.A.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3. 77 

JAMES EDWARD TROBENTER Jim 

77 

THOMAS ALDEN TUCKER Tucfc 

Baseball 2,3,4; Lettermon 4. 77 

KATHY GAIL TUCKERMASfe- -, 

N.H.S. 3,4; Survey EditW*l?Staff 2,3,4; Swim Club 

3,4; Choral Mosters 4; /v\arching Band 2,3; Spectrum 

3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4. 77, I5&,-SI5, 224, 229, 234, 236, 

240 

CHERYL CHRISTINE TUR(f "^ "t 

Survey Editorial Staff 4; *3(A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Spectrum 3,4; Frjen^ship Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 
79, 229, 235 

DOROTHY JEAN TURK Dotti 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guord 3. 77, 100, 
112 

PAMELA MARIE TURK Pom 

I.Q.S. 4; Student Council Committees 3; Euclidian Ad 
Staff 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4; Art Editor 4; 
Eucuyo Representative 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mojorelte 
Club 2,3; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Senior 
Scandal 4. 30, 78, 236, 239, 241, 246 

DIANE KATHLEEN TYJEWSKI 
G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 73 



JOE GERALD ULEPIC Joe 

Eucuyo Representative 2; Basketball 2; Baseball 3; 
Foreman's Club 4. 78, 100 

WILLIAM JOHN URBANCIC 



JOSEPH GARY URSINI 
78 



Bill 
Joe 



RODERICK TEMPLETON 
Foreman's Club 4. 76 



Grubby 



ROSEMARY VACC 

G.A.A. 2,3; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Spec- 
trum 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 78, 215, 229, 
239, 246 

PAUL GRANT VACCARIEUO 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4; ^uwel Representotive 2; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Hall Guard '4;"Honor Study Hall 3; Gym 
Leader 4; One-For-The^£afi'ther Winner; N.H.S. 4. 
78, 212, 217, 235, 246 

PATRICK VANDETTI 

DONALD EDWARD VARGO Don 

Choral Masters 4. 78, 150 

297 



ROBERT ALLEN VERHOTZ Bob 

78, 100 

EVELYN MARIE VESEY lynn 

Friendship Club 4. 78 

BARBARA VIDENSEK Barb 

Euclidian Ad Staff 4, Representative 3,4; Ad Club 
3,4; Eucuyo Representative 2; Class Cabinet 4; Pan- 
ther of the Week 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Friendship Club 2,3; One-For-The-Panther Winner. 
18, 79, 212, 236, 240 

JAMES VIDMAR Jim 

Student Council 2; Fall Play Cast 2; Spring Play Cast 
3; Big Show Production Cast 2; Survey Representa- 
tive 2,3; Eucuyo 2,3; Track 2,4; Lettermon's Club 
2,3,4; Hall Guard 2,3. 62, 79, 179 

PAULA VIDUSICH Tempest 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class Cabinet 3; Choral Masters 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Majorette Club 3; 
Fall Ploy Production Staff 3; Spring Play Production 
Staff 3; Big Show Cast 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship Club 
2; Ushering 2; Prom Committee 3; Hall Guard 4; 
Senior Scandal Editorial Staff 4; Euclidian Ad Staff 
4. 26, 35, 79, 150, 239, 246 

JAMES ALAN VIOLETT Posy 

79 

LINDA MAE VISLOCKY Lyn 

G.A.A. 4; Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Ma- 
jorette Club; Future Teachers of America; Friendship 
Club; Ushering 2; F.B.LA. 2. 79, 150, 212 

DIANE MARIE VITANZA 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 79 

ROBERT WILLIAM VON SICK Bob 

Honor Study Hall 2,3. 79 

DOUGLAS PETER VUKCEVIC Doug 

N.H.S. 3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; St^udent Council 2,3,4; Pres- 
ident 4; Ex. Board 3,4#' Spirits Club 3,4; Football 
2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; vtrAtLg 3,4; Letterman 3,4; 
Lettermon's Club 3,4; ^b|p President 2; Buckeye 
Boys' State Rep. 3; Key Clijb 4; National Association 
of Student Councils, Greater Cleveland Rep. 4. 56, 
59, 79, 168, 185, 206, 223, 234 

JAN MARIE VUKCEVIC Jon 

Notionol Forensic League 4; Student Council 3,4; 
Survey Representative 3; Eucuyo 3; G.A.A. 3; Choral 
Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 3; Euclid Choir 7; P. A. 
Club 4; Fall Play 2,4; Spring Ploy 3; Thespians 3,4; 
Spectrum 3,4; Friendship Club 3,4; Winter Ploy 3. 

79, 150, 231, 252 



MYRTLE WAGNER Mitsi 

N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; SufyfryvEditoriol Staff 3,4; Eu- 
cuyo 4; G.A.A. 2; ChoraFMaAers 3,4; Marching Band 
2; P.A. Club 2,3,4; Annb'nfler 2,3,4; Fall Play 3,4, 
Cost 3; Staff 4; Spring Plife)<-S',3; Cast 2; Staff 3; Thes- 
pians 3,4; Spectrum 3,4; Honor Study Hall 2. 79, 
150, 210, 231 

PATRICIA ANNE WALDRON Pat 

F.T.A. 2; Hall Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4. 80 

ALLEN B. WALLACE At 

Cross Country 3; Lettermon 3; Track 2. 80 

DONNA JEAN WALSH Don 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; F.N. A. 4. 80, 217 

KEN PAUL WALTER 

Football 4; Letterman 3; Bowling 2; Lettermon's Club 
3; Hall Guard 2; Honor Study Hail 2; Biology Club 4. 
33, 80 

SHARON ELAINE WATSON 

G.A.A. 2; Mojorelte Club 2,3; Big Show 2. 80 



TERRY RONALD WATSON 

Euclidian Representative 4; Transferred to Euclid in 

Junior year. 80, 100 

PATRICIA JOHANNA WATTERMAN Potty Jo 

Ad Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4. 80. 

212 

ELIZABETH ANN WAYDO Belly 

Tronsferred to Euclid in Senior year. 80 

JULIA BELLE WEBBE 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior year. 80 

GAYE DARLENE WESTERFIELD 

G.A.A. 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 3,4. 30 

DOUGLAS J. WHEELER r.l Doug 

Survey Editorial Staff 4', fcrftboll 2,3,4; Letterman 4; 
Basketboll 2; Senior Sc^B^I 4; N.H.S. 4. 80, 168, 
235, 236, 239, 240 

VIRGINIA CAROL WICK Ginny 
Student Council Representative 4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 4; G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; Friendship Club 
2,3; Ushering 2. 41, 54, 80. 

GLENN FRENCH WICKES Zip 

Swim Club 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Lettermon's Club 
3,4. 80, 142, 189, 191 

PATRICIA JEAN WILCOX Pat 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3. 81 

BARBARA RUTH WILCOXON Barb 

Euclidian Representative 3; Survey Business Staff 
3,4; Survey Representative 3,4; Eucuyo Representative 
3; Girls' Leaders Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; Holl Guord 3; Euclidian Ad Stoff 4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 18, 81, 215, 226, 236, 239, 246 

ELSIE G. WILKE 

Future Teachers of America 2,3,4; Executive Board 

4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; Ushering 2,3. 28, 81, 215 

ALICE M. WILL J..'- T. 

Girls' Leaders Club 2,3144Gf.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' Glee 

Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4i, Fujfure Teachers of America 

2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,i,4t N.H.S. 4. 81, 163, 226, 

235 

NORA LOUISE WILLIAMS 

Student Council Representative 3; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
Ushering 2; Friendship Cobinet 2,3. 81 

SUE E. WILSON 
81 

TERRY GEORGE WILSON Whip 

Survey Business Staff 4; Co-Program Monoger 4; Sur- 
vey Representative 4; Tennis 2; Choral Masters 3,4; 
Boys' Glee Club 2. 81, 150, 236, 243 

DONALD A. WILTSHIRE Don 

Spectrum 2,3,4; Vice-President 3,4; Honor Study Hall 
3; Science Seminar 2,3,4. 81, 212, 233 

ALISON NADINE WINET Al 

Notional Forensic League 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Swim Club 
3,4; Orchestra 2,3; Cheerleader 2; Bookstore Worker 
3,4; Honor Study Hall 3; Biology Club 2. 14, 81, 
209, 224 

MICHAEL EDWARD WINTERS 
81 

MARSHA ANN WITZKE 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 

2,4. 14, 81 

TERRY HAROLD WOHLGEMUTH 

Football 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4. 18, 81, 100, 212, 217 

RANDOLPH A. WOOD Randy 

Choral Masters 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 2; Spectrum 4; 
World Affairs 2,3; Survey Cub Reporter 2. 81, 150, 
212 



JAMES N. WORGULL 
81 



ANDREW PAUL WOTSCH 
Honor Study Hall 2. 81 

JOHN CHARLES WRIGHT 
Concert Bond 2; Marching Bo 
82, 157 

JOHN RICHARD WYBAN 
Golf 3,4. 82 



Zip 
Andy 

nd 2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3. 
Johnny 



STANLEY MARVIN YAsfcyF/ Slon 

National Athletic Scholarship Society 3,4; Football 
3,4; Letterman 3,4; Lett^ri'on's Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 
82, 223, 235 



SUZANNE YANCHER 
82 



T" 



Sooki'i 



Kathy 



KATHLEEN YANE 
Euclidian Business Staff 74) Senior Circulation 4; 
Choral Masters 3,4; Fall ^d^ Cost 2; F.T.A. 4; Honor 
Study Holl 2,3; N.H.S. 4. 82, 150, 215, 235, 236, 246 

DONNA S. YANNIE 

Tronsferred to Euclid in "Sr. year. 82 

PEGGY JEAN YAPEL 

Euclidian Representotive 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship 

Club 2,4; Holl Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 14, 82 

JOHN CHARLES YEDNOCK Charley 

82 

THOMAS ALLAN YORK Tom 

P.A. Club Technician 2; Bookstor. 
Play Cast 3; Talent Scouts 3. 83 



Worker 2,3; Spring 



WILLIAM ZAFFIRO 
World Affairs 4; Hone 
100 



WILLIAM JOHN ZERAVfjCTA 
Student Council 3,4; ^ui 



Study Holl 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 83, 



Business Staff 4; 

ons^AAg'nager 4; Class Cabinet 

Club 4; N.H.S. 4.^83, 206, 212, 235, 236, 



GUSTAV ZETTL Gus 

Choral Masters 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 
83, 150 

JOSEPH JACOB ZIGMAN Zig 

Movie Club 2,3; Biology Club 2; Treasurer 2. 83 

JAMES HAROLD ZIMMERMAN Jim 

N.H.S. 3,4; President 4;r=TrO:5. 4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Copywriter 4; ■ E|cl|dian Representative 2; 
Fall Ploy Cost 2,3,4; S^yrtd Play Cost 2,3,4; Thes- 
pians 3,4; Spectrum 4; L.frp C. 2,3,4; President 2,3,4. 
37, 78, 81, 83, 212, 228, 231, 233, 234, 236, 244, 
252 

JOHN F. ZIMMERMAN Jock 

Hall Guard, 83, 100 



MARGO RAE ZOLA 



Zola BircJ 



N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 3; I.Q.S. 3,4; Student Council 2,3; 
Committees 2,3; Euclidicm^Biiiness Staff 4; Business 
Manager 4; Eucuyo Rep^r^ehtotive 2,3; G.L.C. 3,4; 
Secretary 3; Treasurer 4KPiK.A. 2,3,4; Homecoming 
Attendant 4; Girls' Glee hub 2; Euclid Choir 3; Big 
Show Cost 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2; Usher- 
ing 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 4; Senior Scandal 4. 28, 
42, 83, 162, 164, 215, 226, 234, 236, 239, 246 

JANICE MARIA ZORMAN Jon 

G.A.A. 3; World Affairs 3; 
Transferred to Euclid in Jr. ye 

BERNICE ZUPANCIC 
Friendship Club 2. 83 



Study Holl 3; 



298 



JUNIOR INDEX 



Adamczewski, Judy 90 
Adkins, John 90 
Alex, Don 
Alexander, Diana 
Alexander, Pat 88,90 
Alexander, Ron 
Aljoncic, Tom 90,154,168 
Allen, Carole 90,150,211,226 
Allen, Susan 102 
Amos, Dave 94,150,154,179 
Amos, John 97,154,157,212,228 
Anderson, Sue 73,75,90,152, 

214,236,246 
Andrew, Carol 90,236 
Antonick, Dennie 
Apple, Myron 90 
Ark, Mike 90 
Aspinwall, Linda 
Aspinwall, Michoel 90 
Aten, John 90 
August, Alison 90 



Baber, Terry 90 
Bobin, Stu 90,154 
Bacon, Diana 90,152 
Boer, Dan 99 
Bogocius, Jim 90,230 
Bailey, John 90,150 
Bailey, William 179 
Bologh, Jackie 90,227 
Bolukin, Leslie 90 
Bammerlin, Jay 90,154 
Bonoszek, Paul 90 
Boron, Joanne 90 
Baronowski, Jim 92 
Borbato, Pot 90 
Barbie, Marilyn 90,206,217 
Borbre, John 
Barcovic, Sylvia 92,217 
Barnes, Dave 92 
Borta, Ken 92,180,212,235,236, 
241 
Boteman, Ken 92,212 
Boum, Gerald 92 
Bozan, Barb 
Beocham, Bill 92,170,179,212, 

223 
Beaudry, Jim 92 

Becker, Morcy 90 

Beckwith, Barb 

Begaike, Elaine 103,214 

Belonich, Jim 96 

Belanich, Rose 100,217,246 

Belovich, Linda 92 

Beljon, Don 92,189,191,206 

Bell, Gail 92 

Bene, Kothy 92 

Beno, Ron 92 

Bentley, Dan 92,212 

Benvenuto, Darlene 92 

Berger, Carl 97 

Berglund, Nils 93,186 

Bermond, Ray 96 

Bernstein, Gary 93,238 

Bilyk, Barb 92 

Blackburn, Harold 93 

Blonkschaen, Jim 93,157,170, 

179 

Blatnik, Marlene 92 

Blotnik, Sue 92,235,236 

Bluhm, Dennis 93 

Blumenstein, Kort 93,157 

Bocskey, Michael 93 

Boczek, Almiro 92 

Boehmer, Bruce 92 

Bogatoy, Mary Ellen 92,152, 

200,226,235 

Boldin, Bonnie 92,152 

Bone, Diane 93 

Bpne, Donna 93 

Booth, Mary 

Borgsteadt, Sandy 93,157 

Bosetin, Rose 101,152,206,212, 
214,217,219,246 



Bowers, Gerald 92 

Boyd, Jeanne 93 

Boyer, Walt 93 

Brodock, Shirley 

Bradford, Barb 93,152,214,224 

Brandich, Charlene 91 

Brozolovics, Janet 93 

Breen, Karen 93,152 

Brennon, Denise 91 

Brennan,Tom 93,189,206,224 

Breskvor, Michele 93,214,227 

Brewer, Rich 

Brezec, Rog 103,170,179 

Brigden, Ellen 93,217,235,256 

Brown, Jackie 93,150,156,217, 

232,235 
Brown, Margaret 93 
Browning, Cheryl 93 
Bruce, Cheryl 93 
Brule, Diane 93,157,222 
Budas, Bonnie 90,152,226 
Budinsky, Donno 90 
Bugos, Ed 94,168 
Bumgardner, Don 100 
Burhenne, Don 94 
Burich, George 
Burich, Jim 100,233 
Burkhart, John 90 
Burns, Karen 94,150 
Burris, Linda 94,152 



Caine, Bill 94 
Coprelti, Jo 94,227 
Copulo, Ken 94 
Carlson, Ellen 94 
Carlson, Leslie 93 
Carpenter, Gory 94 
Carroll, Connie 94 
Carroll, Ed 94 
Corrulhers, Jo Ell 94 
Carter, Solly 101,146 
Casey, George 21 2 
Cavel, Mike 94 
Cebron, Linda 101,217 
Cerne, John 105 
Cesnik, Joanne 94 
Chounce, Elaine 94,152,206, 

214 
Cherne, Don 94,95,243 
Cherry, Bruce 
Chiodo, Connee 94 
Chiofolo, Marilyn 100,227 
Chopyok, Jonis 101 
Christopher, Ralph 
Cicco, Rosemary 94,227 
Cinco, Sandy 94 
Cipriani, Linda 94 
Cirino, Robert 94 
Clemence, Kothy 104 
Clemens, Terry 
Coleman, Judy 94,152 
Collins, Doris 94 
Collins, Jill 94 
Collins, Rich 94,170,209,223 
Comport, Joonn 94 
Consla, Jo 
Consilio, Al 94 
Cook, Cheryl 94,150,214 
Cook, Sondi 96 
Coolidge, Dennis 154,170 
Cornwell, Gloria 94 
Cost, Dean 92 
Covert, Kalhy 94 
Cox, Paul 94,150,230,234 
Coy, Tim 94,170 
Coyle, Burce 95,100 
Craig, Judy 94,214 
Crawford, Barry 94 
Creveling, Rich 94,180,192,193, 
197,212,235 
Crone, Norma 94,152,206,214, 
215,226,235,236 



Currutt, Rich 92 
Czohoro, John 
Czomba, Steve 



Docor, Bob 

Dailey, Mary 94 

Domberger, Joan 96 

D"Amico, Michele 92 

Done, Greg 94,206,213,235,236 

Dougherty, Gerry 96 

Davis, Frank 92 

Davis, Fred 221 

Davis, Noncy 92 

Davis, Sandy 88,96,222 

Day, Diane 96 

Deans, Lorraine 96 

Deans, Bob 93 

Debeljak, Lynn 

Debeljok, Pat 94 

Debevec, Paul 94,154,212,229, 

232 
Deegon, Pat 96,217 
Delsonter, Joan 99 
De Mell, John 105 
Demion, Doug 94,168,212 
De Victor, Allan 94 
DeWilt, Joe 93,185 
DiBortolomeo, Don 102 
Di Biasio, Donelte 96,150,206, 

226,228,236 
Di Donoto, Bea 96 
Di Nordo, Gene 94 
Di Puccio, Jean 99 
Di Santo, Helen 96 
Diulus, Eugene 94 
Dobnikar, Mogdoline 96,206, 

224 
Dombrowski, Anita 96,227 
Domin, Larry 94 
Donovan, Paul 92 
Downen, Sharon 96,150,224 
Doyle, Chuck 91 
Drogonette, Jerry 103 
Dreis, Ralph 96 
Drenik, Sharon 96 
Dutko, Linda 96 
Dvornik, Jon 96 



Eckenrode, Jo 96,179 

Eckermon, Dorothy 96 

Edmonds, Maxine 91 

EIek, Bob 93 

Ellis, Joyce 96 

Ellul, John 104 

Emser, Nancy 96,154,217,222 

Erzen, Betty 92 

Erzen, Marianne 104,227 

Estvander, Helen 96,152,217 

Evongelisto, Bob 90,210 

Evans, Dole 96,150 

Everett, George 

Eyer, Eugene 96,221 



Fobec, Monica 96 
Fobritius, Rich 96 
Folton, Constance 96 
Foska, Mary 96 
Felden, Lonnie 101 
Fende, Andy 96 
Ferrel, Ron 96 
Fisher, Margaret 101 
Fleshin, John 94,154,220,236, 
2 
Focareto, Joe 91 
Focht, Rich 211,154 
Fogel, Helen 99 
Fogel, Marilyn 97 
Forgione, Frank 157 
Forker, Sally 97,231 
Foster, Ed 103 
Foster, Glen 96,311 



Fowler, Rich 
Fox, Douglas 
Fox, Linda 97,200,235 
Frederick, Paul 
Froom, Sandy 96,152 
Frost, Marjory 97 
Frustere, Judy 100,214 
Fuchs, Marlene 97 
Fuerst, Ray 94 



Gobrenyo, Carol 214 

Gabriel, Ron 96,193 

Goinor, Rich 96 

Goloido, Linda 88,97,152 

Golco, Mary 

Gallagher, Poul 

Gont, Bill 96,157 

Garland, Dove 96,180,233 

Gosser, Ted 96,170,179 

Goster, Don 96,221 

Geisky, Diane 97,217,219 

Gere, Shirley 154,222 

Germovsek, Donna 88,97,152 

Gill, Susan 97 

Gilliotti, Tom 96,168,186 

Gingell, Bonnie 

Giordano, Joe 96 

Glass, Rich 102 

Click, Brian 96 

Goble, Ted 103,189,206,212, 

224,236,246 
Goiok, Mary Ellen 99 
Colon, Jon 99,224 
Gombach, Sharon 99,206 
Goodwin, Joyce 99,217 
Gorslene, Jim 97 
Gozelinchick, Tom 102 
Gozoski, Judy 99 
Graafmeyer, John 97,150 
Green, Mary 99,222,224 
Greer, Pot 99 
Griffith, Rich 97,191 
Grill, Carol 99 
Grillo, Tina 215 
Grimm, Elyse 99,211 
Groce, John 94 
Gross, Rosemary 99 
Grubac, Donna 99 
Guenther, Karen 99,154 
Guild, Sandy 99,214 
Gusletic, Kothy 103,214 
Guth, Judy 103 
Guttmann, Linda 99 
Guy, Norman 



Hobian, Anita 99,200 

Hogberg, Bob 96,211 

Hahn, Beth 99 

Hole, Fred 

Hall, Rosemorie 99 

Hollack, Judy 99,152,214 

Holler, Mike 97 

Holterman, Sandy 99 

Hamilton, Linda 99 

Hones, Edna 88,99,206,214, 

236,237 
Honno, Robin 99,152 
Harper, Greg 154,157,220 
Harris, Leslie 156,232,235 
Horwood, Tom 97 
Hoshogen, Kim 174,214,225, 

226,227,235,243,246 
Hathaway, Don 97,150,170,179 
Hatherill, Bill 97 
Havreberg, Gretchen 99,206, 

215,235 
Hoynes, Eloise 102,152,235 
Hearn, Karen 92 
Heben, Dari 99 
Heckert, Karen 98,99,154,229, 

232 
Henderson, David 97,170,179 



299 



Henderson, Diane 99,147 

Hendy, Roy 99 

Henry, Carolyn 99,154,157,230, 

232 
Henwood, Larry 103 
Herbst, Ron 97 
Herrschart, Barb 94 
Hertz, Bill 97 
Hill, Bobbie 96 
Hille, Barb 100,235 
Hobson, Bill 97 
Hobzek, Norman 103,212,232 
Hocevar, Judy 100,224,235 
Hoedt, Cindy 100,152,217 
Hoernig, Dennis 99 
Hoffman, Carol 100 
Hohs, Bernard 99,211,238 
Holcomb, Bev 100,214,235,238 
Holloway, Jane 100,154,235, 

236 
Holmes, Dennis 102 
Holmes, Karen 93 
Holwick, Connie 100 
Hopkins, Lorry 102 
Horn, Donna 100 
Hornack, lorry 

Horsey, Sue 100,214,235,238 
Horton, John 99,168,179 
Hotchkiss, Mary 100 
Houry, Jan 100,240 
Howard, Ron 99,154 
Howe, Dove 105 
Howell, Janet 88,100,126,152 

228 
Hrovot, Ken 99 
Hrovot, Ron 99,212 
Hula, Jim 99 
Hulo, Bob 99 
Hull, Don 99,221 
Humphries, John 99 
Hunt, Morion 100,200,206 
Hurlburl, Ricky 100,150,206, 

208,213,235 
Hurwilch, Carl 99,212 
Hylkemo, Don 99,179 
Hyne, Burke 95,103,170 
Hynes, Mary 100 



Ipovec, Bob 103 

Ivonko, Joe 99,154,181,212 

iwonski, Carol 93,126 



Jackson, Bob 99 
Janis, Diane 100 
Josky, Alon 
Joszkewicz, Joe 90 
Jenko, Ron 105 
Jeric, Rich 

Jernejcic, Kothy 103,217 
Jevnikar, Lorry 92 
Johnson, Bob 99,103,150 
Johnston, Bobbie 103,250 
Jonoitis, Kothy 101,152 
Jones, Bruce 179,212 
Jones, Suzane 91 
Jost, Rich 99 
Judice, Ed 99 
Juska, Rita 94 



Kocperski, Dennis 99 

Kaczur, Nicholas 170,179 

Koehler, Rich 99 

Koib, Tom 99 

Kane, Jim 93,152 

Kane, Pot 101,249 

Koprosy, Dove 99 

Korosh, Rick 99,186,212,223, 

228,233,235 
Karl, Lillian 101 
Karpy, Ted 
Koselok, Donna 101 
Katolenoc, Carol 88,101,246 
Kattler, Gory 103 
Katr, Marvin 94 



Keller, Connie 101,152,200, 

Keller, Gary 

Kelly, John 100 

Kendro, Nodine 101 

Kermavner, Bob 102, 210 

King, Cheryl 101,152 

King, Dolores 101,214 

King, Gerald 102 

King, Jim 100 

King, Bill 100,212 

Kipp, Linda 101 

Kirchner, Barb 101 

Kirk, Berto 101 

Kissell, Andy 100 

Kitko, Loureen 101,106,230, 

254,255 
Klancor, Anna 100 
Klonn, Don 170 
Klavoro, Brendo 101 
Kleinhenz, Dove 
Klimko, John 

Klug, Ken 100 

Kmetz, Barb 103 

Knock, Betty 94 

Knoch, Jeon 100,217 

Knoch, Joyce 100,217 

Knop, Ted 100 

Kobe, Donna 100,174,240 

Koci, Joel 100 

Koepke, Karen 93 

Koeth, Gilbert 

Kokely, Shirley 100 

Kolegor, Kothy 100 

Koller Rich 100 

Komocor, John 100,154,168 

Komrous, Carl 97,193 

Korosec, Kothy 100,214 

Korlhols, Mary 100 

Korthols, Rojeonne 100 

Kostonsek, Mary Ann 100 

Kostiho, James 

Kotnik, Joyce 101 

Kovol, Elaine 100 

Kovor, Allen 100,212 

Kovotch, Mory Beth 99,154,222 

Kozak, Joan 101 

Kozlevcar, Judy 217,226 

Krone, Al 100 

Kropence, Carole 100,206,214 

Krecic, Linda 100,211 
Krepshow, Barb 
Krince, Kothy 100 
Krotine, Gilbert 
Krzepina, Jean 100 
Kuchling, Ed 101,154 
Kukorelli, Andy 101 
Kulka, Leonard 101 
Kump, Diane 152 



loin, John 101 

Lokotosh, Rich 101,170,179,212 

Lomos, Gory 94 

Lang, Goyle 103 

Longhom, Harry 101,150 

Longlois, Gory 

Lonzo, Alberta 101 

La Porte, Fred 101 

La Porte, Sue 101,206,214 

Larkin, John 101,191 

Lcsch, Wayne 92 

Lorsen, Eric 101 

Losnik, Heidi 101 

Leach, Barb 101 

Leoke, Becky 101,217 

Leber, Bloir 

Leber, Marilyn 101 

Lee, Rich 102 

Leeper, Grant 

Leeper, Jan 101 

Lefkowitz, Sheryl 102 

Lefor, Pearl 101 

Legan,Toni 101 

Lelond, Bob 102 

Leilis, Tom 101,150 

lemm, Sandy 101,240 

Lemmons, Harold 101 

Lenarcic, Vincent 92 



Lesiok, Betty 101,214 
Lesko, Bob 102,230 
Letney, Janis 101,152 
Lewis, Rich 103,170,186 
Lewis, Rich 101,179,212 
Lewis, Sandy 101 
Liggett, Don 100 
Lilley, Judy 50,88,96,230,246 
Lilley, Margaret 101,230 
Lis, Marilyn 102,152 
Livermore, Karen 126,210,214, 

215,230,235 
Lo Conti, Gory 100 
Lofgren, Cheryl 102,210 
Loncola, Tom 100 
Lonchor, Caroline 102 
Long, Leslie 102,150,183,236, 

238,240,252 
Lorber, Gory 92 
Lorence, Dove 100,170,179 
Lorenzo, Mike 100 
Lorenzo, Sharon 102 
Love, Gory 100,154,170 
Love, Kothy 
lovejoy, Darrell 100 
lucho, Arlene 
Luffler, Ralph 100 
Lunder, Jim 100 
Lupas, Gerald 102 
Lutsch, John 100 
Lyle, Pat 102 

Lynch, Maggie 102,206,214,255 
Lyon, Cheryl 



Mack, Harriet 
Mack, Jim 104,212 
Mock, Mory 
MacKave, Eugene 
Mocks, Ron 95,99,100,150,186, 
193 
Modey, Don 43,100,170,179 
Mohovlic, Joe 102 
Malnor, Jim 100 
Moloney, Gail 
Moloney, Tim 
Molovic, Carole 103 
Molz, Allan 103 
Mance, Judy 103 
Monce, Bob 
Mansperger, Marilyn 103,154, 

214,227,235 
Morincic, Loretta 103 
Marino, Joel 101 
Morsey, Jim 92 
Morthin, Rita 96,154,222 
Martucci, Jim 101,185 
Moschke, Mike 
Mosek, Rich 101,154 
Mosek, Ron 101,154 
Mason, Jim 101 
Motejkowski, Nancy 103 
May, Terry 101 
Movnord, John 102,211 
Mozzei, Martin 105 
McCarthy, Judy 102,152 
McCrone, Tim 
McDerment, Keith 100 
Mcllroth, George 100,170,211 
McKee, Linda 102,217 
McKibben, Joyce 210,214 
McKnight, Pot 102 
McNob, Nancy 102,249 
Medlen, Joyce 90 
Mehls, Linda 103 
Mervis, Judy 103,134,154,157, 

214,229,235 
Meyers, Nancy 103 
Miko, Jane 103 
Miklausich, Valerie 100 
Miklovcic, Albert 101 
Miklovic, Dennis 95,101,170 
Mikolsky, Dove 99 
Mikovich, Jo Ann 103 
Mikus, Dennis 
Milavec, James 101,212 
Milozzotto, Louis 101 
Miller, Lawrence 96 
Miller, Jo Beverly 101 
Miller, Lenore 103 



Miller, Linda 103,214,217 
Miller, Pot 99 
Miller, Richard 101,154 
Miller, William 101 
Mills, Barb 103,152 
Milone, Rosalie 103,152,206 
Minnillo, Mary 103,175,235 
Mloc, Robert 92 
Mochon, Dole 95,103 
Mocilnikor, Lynne 88,103,214, 

235 
Modlln, Barb 102,152 
Mog, Carol 102 
Mohoric, Duone 102 
Montague, Dove 
Monlsch, Carol 102 
Moore, Cameron 102,168,179, 

212 
Morell, Norma 102 
Morgan, David 93 
Morgan, Mike 102,206 
Morse, Richard 102 
Morse, Sharon 102,211 
Muehleisen, Robert 102 
Muir, Gloria 101 
Mullenix, Morsha 102 
Murdoch, Colin 102,134,156, 

212, 235,241 
Murphy, Lynn 102,214,246 
Murray, Cole 102 
Musteikis, Ignos 102 
Muth, Jim 92 

Noda, Pom 102,232 
Nogode, Cindy 102 
Nolepa, Linda 102,152 
Naujoks, Paul 105 
Nebe, Jim 102 
Nehls, Kothy 102 
Neil, Lee Ann 102 
Nelson, Susan 102,154,236,241 
Nemerovsky, Ken 102 
Nenodol, Carol 102 
Nenadel, Cathy 102 
Nesbett, Dove 112 
Nestlerode, Laurel 103 
Neumore, Jock 102 
Newnes, Dove 102 
Nickel, Ken 105 
Nimelli, Tom 103,221 
Niswender, Cheryl 102 
Noch, Arthur 97 
Norsic, Gerald 103 
Novotny, June 93,214 



Ockunzzi, Tom 168 
Ogoreuc, Char 102 
Ogrin, Shirley 102 
Oiler, Judd 103,211 
Ola, Peter 103 
Oloh, Barb 103 
Omonski, Daniel 112 
Onderdonk, Leslie 102 
O'Neill, Gory 103 
Opdohl, Dennis 
Orehek, Jon 94,217 
Oren, Pot 102 
Orlikokwski, John 96 
Ormston, Mory 
Ostkar, Jon 102, 210 
Ostrowski, Gory 105 



Pogonie, Mary 102,206,230 
Polenschat, Roy 103 
Paiko, Joyce 
Paller, Mike 103 
Ponichi, Carol 102 
Paolo, Albert 102,179 
Papolko, Sharon 102 
Popesh, Don 
Papp, Carol 102 
Papp, Nancy 
Parmertor, Bob 102 
Potronis, Jordan 102 
Potion, Kothy 102,214 
Paulovcin, Sue 102,152,154, 

214,217 



300 



Pawlus, Linda 102 

Payne, Lynn 99,150 

Pearn, Janet 102 

Penny, Bill 168 

Perrolli, John 102,221 

Pertick, Diane 104 

Perusek, Ken 102 

Pesch, Hans 102,170,185,209 

Pesec, Ed 102,168 

Pelerka, Jacqueline 102 

Peters, Cloyd 102 

Peters, Gary 102 

Peterson, Carol 104, 130, 208 

Peterson, Greg 102,179 

Peterson, Richard 102 

Petro, Charles 94,179 

Petrochic, Tom 102 

Petruzzi, Tony 102,150,231,252 

Petty, Jim 102 

Phillips, Nikki 102,219 

Pietro, Jim 102 

Pike, Karen 204,206,230 

Pinkney, Christopher 102,170, 

179,233 
Pinto, Joanne 103 
Piotowski, Sharon 
Pirc, Judy 104 
Piscopo, Dorlene 104 
Plickert, Tom 102 
Plummer, Tim 103 
Powalie, Jim 102 
Powolie, Jerome 102 
Powell, Martha 
Pozun.John 102 
Pratt, Maureen 
Price, Bob 103 
Prijateli, Bob 104,154,212 
Pulver, Carol 154,212,222 
Pummell, Lorry 
Purdy, Pat 105 
Purdy, Tom 105 
Pylick, Sharon 104, 214 



Rankin, Daniel 94 
Post, Lenore 
Rebo, Cindy 152 
Redding, Pot 
Reder, Arthur 104 
Redmond, Richard 104,220 
Reed, Gary 104,212 
Reese, Carol 104 
Reeves, Caroline 154,157,214 
Regolbuto, Victoria 105,211 
Reichenbach, John 168, 179 
Reinke, Bill 104, 212 
Reisinger, Don 
Res, Roe 97,152 
Rhodes, Dorlene 102 
Richordson, Ken 
Riggs, Roy 103 
Rinehart, Carol 105 
Ritz, Char 175,214,235 
Roberts, Linda 105,200,235 
Robinson, Chuck 104 
Rochkar, Roberta 105,219,235 
Rockwell, Sam 48,104,193 
Rodencic, Sandra 105,142,152, 

217 
Rodgers, Eileen 105,217,224 
Roesch, Bob 104 
Rogers, Linda 104 
Roland, Cheryl 105 
Roll, Dove 157 
Romano, Don 104,211 
Romano, Donna 105,152,214, 

226,235 
Romono, Mike 
Roschy, Jackie 105,214 
Rose, Janet 105,152 
Rosipko, Jim 104 
Roskoph, Sharon 
Ross, Dionn 105 
Roth, John 105 
Rothrock, George 
Rouse, Jo 92 
Rowland, Jane 105 
Runyon, Gory 105 
Rupar, Marge 105,157,206 



Ruusko, Richard 105,170 
Ryder, Laura 105,214 



Salyan, Diane 103 
Sanderson, Roger 105,191 
Sonlay, Mike 99 
Saromo, Rose Ann 105 
Sorstedt, Ron 105,179 
Sover, Richard 
Sconlon, Jim 
Scanlon, Joanne 
Schaffer, Morgo 105 
Schaser, John 105 
Scheid, Gail 105 
Scheid, Linn 
Scherer, Pot 105 
Schiemann, Bob 105 
Schneller, Mary 97,146 
Schroeter, John 105,168 
Schuette, Bob 105,210,230, 

232,235 

Schulte, Jane 105,226 

Schultz, Ann 97,206 

Schultz, Paul 93,212 

Scott, John 105,157,180 

Sedmok, Char 105 

Sedmak, Dove 105 

Seguin, Rulhanne 105 

Seifert, Sharon 93 

Serkownik, Carol 105,157 

Sernel, Pot 105 

Shoner, Bob 103 

Shoughnessy, Joan 105 

Sheppord, Nancy 105,152 

Sherrill, Lindo 105,209,210,236 

Shields, Cindy 105 

Shinosky, Denise 93 

Shirk, Jo Ann 105 

Shuber, Barb 101,214,217 

Shurman, Ed 92 

Siot, Koren 214 

Sidmon, Carolyn 

Siedler, Donna 91 

Siegel, La Vonne 91 

Sirco, George 105 

Sirko, Elaine 91 

Sivec, John 105 

Skalski, Karen 91,175 

Skeivis, Roberta 91,175 

Skitzki, Madelyn 102 

Skoll, Sheila 91 

Skrout, Irma 91 

Skully, Marylyn 91 

Slocomb, Pom 101 

Sluga, Allen 91,100 

Slugo, Ester 

Smiciklas, John 

Smink, Linda 91 

Smith, Lionel 105,233 

Smith, Lucille 96 

Smith, Marie 94 

Smith, Sandra 94 

Sneller, Bill 105,211 

Snyder, Gary 105 

Somrak, Jim 221 

Somrok, Linda 

Sovich, Joanne 91,152,214 

Sowul, Elaine 91 

Spate, Dennis 105 

Splistiser, Joyce 91 

Spolor, Henry 105,212 

Spring, Barb 91 

Springer, Annastochia 105 

Springer, Terry 96,210 

Sprochi, Roger 105,150,168 

Spuhler, George 94 

Square, Kothy 92 

Stafford, Dave 

Stohre, Tom 91,212 

Stair, John 103 

Stombaugh, Richard 

Stankiewicz, Suzanne 94,147 

Stanley, Bruce 105 

Stanley, Judy 92,152 

Stopleton, Lorry 91,163,179, 

206,212 
Staroslanko, Barb 101 
Stosienko, Tom 



Stotz, Bob 91 

Steagler, Cindy 92,214 

Sleagler, Morcia 92,214 

Steelman, Fred 

Steich, Allan 91 

Steinfurth, Carl 91 

Stekiosso, Terry 91 

Slepic, Ann 92,206,214,235 

Stepino, Cheryl 92,210 

Stevenson, Ken 149,193 

Stewart, Norbert 105,154,206, 

236,243 
Stoner, Keith 96 
Strausbough, Judy 92,134,154, 

157,214,228,235 
Strozier, Margaret 92 
Strnad, Joan 92 
Strnisho, Linda 92 
Stumpf, Roger 
Sturm, Elaine 92 
Substelny, Leo 
Summers, Dove 91 
Sumph, George 
Sumrada, Phillip 101,142 
Surtz, Ron 91,134,154,212,232, 
235 
Susteric, John 91,185 
Sutton, Dorl 
Sweeney, Bill 99,189 
Switolsky, Earl 91,154,233 
Symonds, Bob 92,168,171 
Syracuse, Alma 92 



Tokacs, Ken 92 

Tanno, Frank 

Torontino, Richard 92 

Tortoglio, Phillip 92,170,179 

Teegordin, Nancy 92 

Tegel, Jim 92,233 

Tekovec, Jim 92 

Tekovec, Marge 112 

Terranova, Estelle 112 

Thomer, Linda 112 

Thayer, Dennis 92,95,185 

Thomos, Pot 112 

Thompson, David 

Thorpe, Bob 92 

Tidermon, Ken 92,154 

Tilk, Bob 

Tipping, Mary 1 02 

Tkotch, Jim 94,211 

Tokes, Rosonn 103 

Tolchinsky, Paul 112,185 

Tomosello, Sharon 112 

Tomko, Linda 112,150,235,241 

Toward, Stephen 112,150 

Troina, Cindy 112, 230 

Tramte, Beverly 1 12 

Tromte, Dennis 112 

Troven, Dale 112 

Traven, Louise 103 

Traxler, Marge 112 

Trivisonno Carmelo 1 1 2 

Troho, Mike 

Truskolaski, Barb 112 

Tucceri, Joe 

Tucceri, Sandra 103,112,154, 

157 
Turick, Jim 94 
Turk, Kothy 
Tyjewski, Stanley 



Ulle, Frances 112,154,157,214, 

236 
Ulle, Kathy 90,226 
Ulle, Nancy 112 
Ullestad,Jim 112,157 
Unick, Elizobeth 112 
Urankar, Judy 112,206,226 
Urbancek, Amber 93 
Urboncic, Gerry 93,206,209, 

226,235 
Urbonick, Joe 112,154,168,186 
Uronis, Leonard 1 12 
Usalis, Robert 112,170,211, 

220,223 



Vahcic, Laura 93,217 
Von Ooyen, Roy 97,157 
Van Scoder, Cora 101 
Vantilburg,J3ennIs 102 
Votty, Rosemary 
Vend, Jerome 112 
Verbic, Marilyn 93 
Verner, George 1 1 2 
Vernick, Cheryl 93 
Vesey, Ken 95,185 
Vibbert, Tom 
Viburs, John 
Vitolo, Gerald 112 
Vocoturo, Maria 
Von Rekowski, Sigrid 93,210 
Vorhees, Judy 101 
Vovko, Marie 93 
Vrh, Dave 168,179 



V/ogner, Dolores 
Wallace, Richard 181 
V/altermire, Dale 93 
Walters, John 
Walters, Tom 93,212 
Wasenda, Morion 93,230 
Watts, Steven 93 
Watts, Susan 93 
Webb, Carol 93,152 
Weber, Mike 93,168,179 
Weeks, Modonna 100,217 
Wehrle, Ellen 88,93,214,235 
Werley, Beverly 93 
Wervey, Frances 93 
Whelon, Ken 112 
Whitoker, Geoffrey 93,233 
Whiltoker, Joan 93,217 
Wichert, John 93,170 
Wicks, Joe 93,152 
Wilbert, Don 93 
Wilkes, Diane 105 
Wilkinson, Jacqueline 97 
Williams, Sandra 94,152,226, 

235 
Willson, Suson 103,217 
Wilson, Jack 93 
Winder, Croig 93,170,212 
Wirick, John 
Wistum, Walter 93 
Wittine, Laura 94,235 
Wohlegemuth, Nicole 100 
Wolanski, Mary 152,226 
Wolonski, Walter 93,94 
Wolf, Alan 93,168 
Wolf, Penny 88,94,164,200,217, 
226,235 
Wrenn, Jean 94 
Wright, Lorry 94,170,179 
Wright, Susan 94,152,217 



Yager, Sue 94,152,217 
Yager, Veronica 94,212,216, 

2 
Yanchor, Leoonard 
Yonchor, Penny 94 
Yanni, Tony 94 
Yanni, Josephine 94 
Yeray, Nancy 94,206 
Yoger, Diane 94 
Young, Denise 94 
Young, Doris 94,224 



Zoos, Jim 94 
Zodnik, Anton 94 
Zagor, Eugene 
Zonghi, Cathy 94 
Zonyk, Gayle 99 
Zdonowicz, Sandra 94 
Zdaro, Joanne 94,152 
Zieloskiewicz, Victoria 103 
Zifko, Martin 102,181 
Zimmerman, Carol 101 
Zoller, Dove 94,154 
Zurlo, Connie 96 
Zust, Linda 93,150,214,224 



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FACULTY INDEX 



ROBERT M. ADDIS, Physical Education: Kent State 
University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Head Boseboll Coach . .146 
JOYCE ALEXANDER, Spanish; Marquette University, 

Kent State University; B.Sc. in Ed 138 

ALVIN M. AMSTER, Business Education,- Western Re- 
serve University; M.A., B.A. Advisor of Student Sup- 
ply Store I't't 

CHARLES R. ASHER, Physical Education; University of 
Louisville, Miami University; B.Sc, M.A. Football and 

Baseball Coach. 146 

FRANK AULTZ, Reading Improvement; Mount Union 

College, Kent State University; B.A., M.Ed 138 

PAUL W. AVERS, Mathemotics; Capital University, 
Hiram College, Kent Slate University; B.Sc. in Ed. 
Advisor of National Honor Society 140 

JULIE B. BACH, Physical Education; Ohio Wesleyan 
University, Bowling Green State University; B.A., 
M.Sc. Advisor of Girls' Athletic Associotion 146 

RONALD A. BACKOS, Science; California State Col- 
lege, Kent State University; B.Sc. in Ed., M. in 

Ed 143 

OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio Grande Col- 
lege, Ohio State University; A.B. in Ed., M.Sc. Chair- 
man of Audio Visual Department .....143 

LILLIAN C. BARROW, Business Education; Muskingum 
College, University of Pittsburgh; B.Sc. in Ed., M. in 

Ed 144 

ZETTELE BARTHOLOMEW, English; Denison Univer- 
sity; B.A 1 35 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, German; Miami University, 
Ohio State University, University of Colorado, Uni- 
versity of Munich, Western Reserve University, Bald- 
win-Wallace College; A.B., M.A 138 

JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; Kent Slate Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A., 

Ed.D 131 

BARBARA BLACK, Spanish; University of Wisconsin, 
Kent State University; B.A., B.Sc 138 

ERWIN BOJA, language; University of Budapest, 
Western Reserve University; M.A. Horizon Advis- 
or 138 

LAUREL BONNELLI, Physical Education; Western Re- 
serve University, John Carroll University; B.Sc. Ad- 
visor of Girls Gym Leaders .-. 146 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, University of Dayton; B.Sc. 140 

JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, 
Ohio State University; B.A., M.A 143 

JUDY CARMODY, English; Notre Dome College; A.B. 
Debate Club 135 

ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; Bowl- 
ing Green State University, Trinity University, West- 
ern Reserve University; B.Sc. in Ed. Friendship 
Club. 146 

HAROLD E. CAYLOR, Business Education; Indiana 
State Teachers College, Edinboro State Teachers Col- 
lege, Kent State University; B.S., M. in Ed. 144 

RONALD E. CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State 
University; B.S 148 

NANCY CLARK, Science; Allegheny College, Univer- 
sity of Michigan; B.S., M.A. Advisor of Student 
Council. 143 

ROSEMARY CLEMENT, English; Ursuline College; B.A. 
Advisor of Drama Club 135 

CARL E. CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capitol 
University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve 
University; B.S., M.S. Advisor of Mathematics 
Club 140 

JAMES CLIFFEL, Mathematics; John Carroll Univer- 
sity; B.Sc. Chairman of United Appeal 140 

LINDA COOK, Social Studies; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A. Assistont Advisor of Junior Council On 
World Affairs 1 36 

302 



JEAN B. COX, English; Allegheny College, University 
of Pittsburgh, Columbia University, Duquesne Uni- 
versity; A.B. Advisor of Junior Red Cross Coun- 
cil. ._ 135 

ROBERT WALL CRARY, Social Studies; Ohio Stale 
University; Western Reserve University; B.A., B.Sc, 
M.A. Chairman of Euclid Teen Association Scholar- 
ship Committee. 136 

HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Driving; Ohio University; B.Sc. 
in Ed. Basketball Coach 138 

L. DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State Unievr- 
sity, Ohio University, Ohio State University, Purdue 
University; B.Sc. in Ed 143 

WILLIAM L. DEMORA, Socio) Studies; Ohio State 
University, Kent State University, Indiana University; 
B.Sc, M.Ed. Assistant Wrestling Coach, Key Club 
Advisor 136 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Sociol Studies; Kent State 
University, Ohio Slate University; B.S. in Ed 136 

FORREST H. DIEHL, Socio/ Studies; George Wash- 
ington University, Hiram College, Kent State Univer- 
sity, University of Colorado; B.A., M.Ed 136 

JOAN DUPREY, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A. .135 

CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A. Head 
Wrestling Coach, Assistant Cross Country Coach. 148 

WILTON ECKLEY, English, Chairman; Mount Union 
College, Penn Slate University; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Yale University; A.B., M.A 135 

DONALD G. EISEN, English; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; A.B. Advisor of Spectrum. 135 

SUSAN EMSHWILLER, English; Miami University, Uni- 
versity of Colorado; B.S 135 

AHMED FELLAGUE, French; Ohio Slate University, 
Georgetown University, Mexico City College; 
B.S .138 

KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green State 
University, Ursuline College, John Carroll University; 
B.A. Spirits Club 135 

FRANK F. FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State 
University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio 
Universitv; B.Sc in Agr., B.Sc. in Ed 138 

DANIEL R. FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University; 
BE .143 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science; City College of New 
York; B.Sc, M.A. Advisor of Chess Club 143 

KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts; Kent State University; 

B.Sc in Ed 147 

MARILYN H.n=EURST, English; Kent State University; 
B.Sc. in Ed 135 

ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Western Reserve University, Fenn College, Kent State 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. Football Coach 148 

KATHERYN GATES, Latin; Marshall University; A.B., 
M.A 138 

CLAYTON D. GEORGE, Business Education; Fenn Col- 
lege, Kent State University, East Carolina College; 
B.Sc. in Ed., M. in Ed. Advisor of Euclidian Business 
Staff .144 

WILMA GILLAAAN, Dean of Girls; Heidelberg College, 
Western Reserve University; A.B., M.A 130 

ANNAROSA GINERVA, Business Education; Dyke and 
Spencerian Business College, Cleveland College, Kent 
State University; B.Sc. in Ed. Advisor of Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America 144 

DONALD R. GLASER, Socio/ Studies; Ohio Wesleyan 
University, Ohio State University; B.A., M.A 136 

LOUIS GMEINDL, A/lothemofics; Muskingum College, 
Kent State University, Fenn College, Brooklyn College, 
Arizona State University; B.Sc, M.Sc 143 

JOHN F. GRIFFIN, Senior Counselor; Western Re- 
serve University; B.Sc, M.A 18 



MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics; Western Kentucky 
State College, University of Cincinnati, Ohio State 
University; B.A., M. in Ed 143 

BEATRICE HAMMON, Librarian; Western Michigan 
University; B.A., B.L.S 132 

LUISE HANOLD, Science; Ohio State University; 
M.Sc. in Chem., B.Sc. in Ed 143 

RONALD L. HARDING, Socio/ Studies; Ohio Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc. in Ed. Bowling Coach, Talent Scouts, 
United Appeal Committee. .....136 

DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; University of Cin- 
cinnati, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Western 
Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. Band and Orchestra 
Director 152 

W. DEAN HAWVER, Science; Ohio State University, 
Kent State University; B.Sc. in Agr., B.Sc in Ed., M.A. 
Advisor of Biology Club 143 

CLAUDIA HEPNER, Socio/ Studies; College of Wil- 
liam and Mary; B.A 136 

GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio State University, 
Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A 

FRANK HOFFERT, Socio/ Studies; Western Reserve 
University; B.A. Advisor of Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica . 136 

BONNIE HOLT, Science; Ashland College, Baldwin- 
Wallace College; B.Sc. in Ed. 143 

VIDA HORN, Spanish; Notre Dome College; B.A. ..138 
RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; Oberlin 
College, Hiram College, Kent State University; B.A., 
B.Sc, M. in Ed 148 

MERWIN HUNKIN, English; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A 135 

WILLIAM HUNTER, PRINCIPAL; Mount Union College, 
Ohio State University; A.B., M.A 130 

JACK L. JENKINS, English; Indiana State University; 
B.A., M.A. Dramatics Director. 135 

FRED JOHNS, Dean of Boys; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.S., M.A. 130 

ALBERT JUDGE, Science; Kent Slate University, Uni- 
versity of Florida, Western Reserve University; B.Sc 
in Chem., B.Sc. in Ed., M.Sc Advisor of P.A. Club, 
Science and Mathematics Seminar 143 

MILTON KADLEG, Industrial Arts; Illinois State Nor- 
mal University, John Corrdll University, Kent State 
University; B.Sc. in Ed. Assistant Football Coach. 148 

RONALD R. KULL, Mathematics; John Carroll Univer- 
sity, Kent State University; B.S., Assistant Track 
Coach 140 

EDITH LEMON, Senior Counselor; Northwestern Col- 
lege, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A 18 

CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; Western Re- 
serve University, Ohio State University; B.A 138 

JAMES W. LINDSAY, Socio/ Studies, Chairman; Bald- 
win-Wallace College, Wesleyan University; B.A., 
M.A.T. Assistant Football Coach, Advisor of Notional 
Athletic Scholarship Society 136 

JAMES F. McCAMPBELL, English; Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A. Ad- 
visor of Euclidian Editorial Staff 135 

DAVID McKELVEY, Business Education; Muskingum 
College, Indiana University; B.A., M.S. in Ed. .. ...144 

JUDITH McLaughlin, English; Ursuline College, John 

Carroll University; B.A 135 

ROBERT E. McLaughlin, industrial Arts; Kent State 

University; B.S 148 

MARJORIE MALINA, Home Arts, Chairman; Ohio 
State University, University of Colorado, Mexico 
City College; B.S 147 

JAMES H. maple. Mathematics; California State Col- 
lege, Bowling Green Stole University; B.S., M.A. ..140 

DONALD MARTIN, Junior Counselor; Kent Stole Uni- 
versity; B.S., M. in Ed 89 



EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arfs; Iowa State Univer- 
sity, Kent State University; B.S 148 

EDMUND MiZE, Business Education; Otiio State Uni- 
versity, Ohio University, Kent State University; B.Sc. 
Advisor of Survey Business Staff 144 

DONALD MOHR, Physical Education: Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A. ..146 

JUDITH NELSON, Business Education; Ttieil College; 
B.A 144 

HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Bowling Green State University, Kent State Univer- 
sity; B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed. Tennis Coach 148 

MARCELLA NOLD, Physical Education; Ohio Univer- 
sity; B.S. in Ed. Majorette Club 146 

VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts; Marshal University, 
Kent State University; B.A 147 

WILLIAM E. PALMER, Business Education; Ball State 
Teacher's College; B.S. Assistant Swimming Coach. 

145 

CAROL S. PETVAI, Home Arts; Ohio State University; 
B.S. in Ed. 147 

JUNE G. PHYPERS, Business Education; Denison Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Middlebury Col- 
lege, Rodcliffe College, New York University; B.A., 
M.A . 145 

FRANK PRINGLE, English, St. Bonaventure University, 
Bucknell University, John Carroll Univeristy, St. 
Francis College, Western Reserve University, Kent 

State University; Golf Coach 135 

MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Socio/ Studies; Ohio Univer- 
sity; B.Sc, M.Ed. Golf Coach 137 

HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education; University 
of Toledo; B.Ed. Assistant Wrestling Coach 146 

CHARLES RENO, Mathematics; Edinboro State Col- 
lege, Western Reserve University, Fenn College, 
Baldwin-Wallace College; Arizona State University, 
Harvard University; M.Ed., B.S 143 

MARTIN RENO, Science; Edinboro State College, 
Harvard University; B.Sc, M.Ed 140 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami University; 
B.S. in Ed. Swimming Coach, Advisor of Swim 
Club 146 

DONALD RINCKES, Mofhemafics; Muskingum College, 
West Liberty Stote College, West Virginia University, 
Ohio State University, Kent State University, Case 
Institute of Technology, Fenn College; M.Ed. Ad- 
visor of Camera Club, Audio Visual Director 140 

LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.A. Advisor of National Forensic 
League, P.A. Announcers, Director of Spring Play. 135 



TERRY ROSS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University; 
B.A. Head Junior Varsity Football Coach 135 

ROGER R. ROUND, English; Mount Union College, 
Penn State University, Kent State University; M.E., 
A.B 135 

MARCIA RUST, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, 
Western Reserve University, Northwestern University; 
B.A., M.A. Advisor of Eucuyo and Sen/or Scandal. 

135 

OTTO SANTOS, Business Education; John Carroll 
University, Kent State University; B.S. in Bus. Adm. 

145 

WILLIAM E. SAUL, Business Education; Westminister 
College, Western Reserve University, Erie Business 
College, John Carroll University; B.B.A 145 

CHARLES B. SAWYER, Business Education; Kent State 
University; B.S. in Ed. Assistant Advisor of Notional 
Honor Society 145 

GRETCHEN SCHWEGLER, Physical Education; Mich- 
igan State University; B.S. Advisor of Swim Club 
and Cheerleaders 1 46 

HARRIET SHEATHS, Assistant Principal; Kent Stale 
University, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A., 
M.S. College Advisor 131 

WILMER K. SHUSTER, Business Education; Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Ohio University; B.Sc. Assistant 
Track Coach 145 

DEIMAR V, SMITH, Business Education, Chairman; 
Ohio Northern University, Columbia University, In- 
ternational College of Business Administration; B.A., 
M.A. Director of Placement 145 

GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Indiana State Teachers 
College, Pennsylvania State University; B.S., M.A. 
Advisor of Survey Editorial Staff 135 

JULIA SMITH, Home Arts; Ohio Wesleyan University; 
B.A — 147 

RUTH B. SMITH, Socio/ Studies; Western Reserve 
University; A.B. M.A. Advisor of Girls Future Teach- 
ers Association 1 37 

WAYNE SMITH, Socio/ Studies; Muskingum College; 
B.A 137 

MICHAEL G. SOCASH, Science; Duquesne University, 
Westminister College; B.Ed 143 

MERWIN R, STAINES, Industrial Arts; New York State 
University, University of Colorado; B.S., M.Ed 148 

DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio State Univer- 
sity; B.S. in Agr., B.S. in Ed 143 



HELEN STEWART, Sophomore Counselor; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University, Ohio State 
University, University of Zurich, Switzerland, Univer- 
sity of Hawaii; B.Ed., M.Ed., M.A. Advisor of World 
Affairs Club 107 

CECILIA P. STILLMAN, Socio/ Studies; Rodcliffe Col- 
lege, Western Reserve University; B.A, Advisor of 
Youth Council on the Council on Human Relations. 

137 
JAMES STUCKEY, Socio/ Studies; Bluffton College, 
Ohio State University; A.B., M.A 137 

JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Stevens Point Teachers College, Kent State Univer- 
sity; B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed 148 

NANCY TAUBMAN, English; Fenn College; A.B. ..135 
SAM W. TAYLOR, Music; High Point College, North- 
western University; B.S., M. in Mus. Advisor of Stu- 
dent Council, Choral Director 152 

EDWARD T. TEKELI, Physical Education; Glenville 
State College, West Virginia University; B.A., M.Sc 
Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Football 
Coach 146 

DALE THOMPSON, Mathemotics; Butler University, 
West Virginia University, Muskingum College; A.B. 
Cross Country, Track Coach 140 

FRANK TROGLIA, Sophomore Counselor; Miami Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A 107 

ANTHONY V. VACCARIELLO, Language; Miami Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. Fac- 
ulty Manager of Athletics, Advisor of Ad Club. ..138 

CAROLE VENALECK, English; Fenn College; B.A. 135 

RUTH VERMILLION, Sophomore Counselor; Akron 
University, Western Reserve University; A.B., M.A. 89 

FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman; Kent 
State University, Western Reserve University, Cleve- 
land Institute of Art; B.Sc in Ed,, M.A 148 

VIRGINIA WEADOCK, English; Bowling Green State 
University; B.Sc, M.A 135 

BETTE JOAN WIGGINS, Science; Muskingum College, 
Middlebury College; B.Sc. 143 

GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principal; Oberlin Univer- 
sity, Western Reserve University; A.B., M.A. 131 

RALPH W, WISNIEWSKI, Science; Ohio University; 
B.Sc Advisor of Spirits Club, Baseball and Basket- 
ball Coach 143 

ROBERT YOCUM, Stoff Co-Ordinofor; Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, in Bus. 133 

MARGARET K. ZIMMERMAN, Language, Chairman; 
Moravian College for Women, Middlebury College, 
Columbia University; B.A., M.A. Linguist Committee. 

138 



ACTIVITIES INDEX 



Ad Club 212 

American Field Service 228 

Assemblies 254 

Athletic Board 223 

Basketball 192 

Bookstore 208 

Bowling 181 

Cadet Bond 1 56 

Camera Club _ 220 

Cheerleaders 200 

Chess Club 233 

Choral Masters 1 50 

Concert Bond 1 54 

Euclidian Business Staff 246 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 244 

E-Room Activities 248 

Eucuyo 238 

Foil Ploy 252 

Foremen's Club 221 

Football 166 



Friendship Club 218 

Future Business Leaders of America 222 

Future Nurses 216 

Future Teachers of America 214 

Girls' Athletic Association 225 

Girls' Leaders Club 223 

Glee Clubs _ 1 52 

Homecoming 162 

Homecoming Court 1 64 

International Quill and Scroll 236 

Junior Red Cross 217 

Key Club 212 

Majorettes 174 

Moth Club 232 

Movie Club 2 1 

Notional Athletic Scholarship Society 223 

Notional Forensic League 230 

National Honor Society 234 

Orchestra 156 



P.A. Club 211 

Science Seminar 233 

Senior Scandal 239 

Spectrum 229 

Spirits Club 213 

Stage Crew 220 

Student Council 206 

Student Supply Store 209 

Survey Business Staff 242 

Survey Editorial Staff 240 

Swimming 188 

Tolents Scouts E.H.S 230 

Tennis 180 

Thesyions 231 

Track 176 

Woi Nopolo 224 

Winter Festival Court 250 

World Affairs Club 237 

Wrestling 182 

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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Margo Beery Editor-in-Chief 

Bud Kramer Assistant 

Wendy Conrad Picture Editor 

Lem Eaglen --. Photographer 

Mark Hobzek Photographer 

Don Lyman Photographer 

Katie Piper . Literary Editor 

Nancy Lindquist Assistant 

Jim Zimmerman Assistant 

Sally Howe Mounting Co-editor 

Frank Jernejcic Mounting Co-editor 

Susan Bell Senior Editor 

Kathy Lybarger Underclass Editor 

Barbara Applequist Art Editor 

James F. McCampbell Sponsor 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Margo Zola Business Manager 

Gretchen Brandt Circulation Manager 

Don Lyman . Senior Circulation Manager 

Kathy Yane Senior Circulation Manager 

Susan Bahr Junior Circulation Manager 

Sandy Calvert Junior Circulation Manager 

Joanne Hitty _ Sophomore Circulation Manager 

Marie Prokopovich Sophomore Circulation Manager 

Roswitha Oelsner Advertising Manager 

Jim Orr _ Advertising Manager 

Judy Debelak - Advertising Editor 

Bill Zeravica Treasurer 

Karen Jambor Funds Manager 

Beverly Burger Cashier 

Clayton D. George - Sponsor 



Here is your book, Euclid. It is a unique combination of block and white formed by an equally unique combination of 
minds. With the completion of the 7,963 Euclidian goes a well-earned "thank you, staff" from a grateful editor. You have 
made my year — and it was good. Here is your book, staff. I can only hope this '63 Euclidian will be a personal reward for 
your efforts. 

A yearbook, however, involves more than the devotion of a determined staff; there are many facets connected with making 
any yearbook a reality. To acknowledge all those who have added their own special touch to the Euclidian seems impossible. 

Of primary concern is finances. Our business staff, headed by Business Manager Margo Zola and sponsor Mr. Clayton 
George, had no easy task in handling the supplements, the soles campaign, the endless homeroom receipts, ads, and yearbook 
distribution. But, here is your book, business staff, payment for overtime. And with the book comes a sincere thank you. 

Many questions concerning the photography in the '63 Euclidian have been asked. Over 800 pictures are used in a 
yearbook such as the Euclidian. Although their content is a result of our photographers, the finished product is generally a 
result of Raimor Studios. During this year I have had the opportunity to be acquainted with three fine people, Mr. Morrie Levine, 
Mr. Bill Rainen, and Mr. Joe Gongos. Always a smile and 'always a finished product — no matter what the request. Thank you. 
Gentlemen. Here, also, goes my acknowledgement to the photographic work of Herb Fox. Thanks, Herb, they're great. 

As soon as the yearbook is thought out, the Gray Printing Company of Fostoria and Mueller's Art Cover Company of 
Cleveland provide the unifying factors for the '63 Euclidian. Our thanks to Mr. L. O. Kisabeth of Gray's and the representative 
of Mueller's for their time, advice, and experience. 

Being a high school organization, support from our new administration is an integral part of production. Dr. Lester Angene, 
Superintendent of Schools, Mr. William Hunter, our principal, and the entire administration — thank you, we know we could not 
have done it without you. 

Finally, what can I say? Thank you, Mac. Mr. James McCampbell is not merely our sponsor — he is our friend, advisor, fun- 
sharer, tear-dryer, and all over question answerer. Mac and a fine yearbook are synonymous. With sincere respect for you, Mac, 
we say thank you. And a note to our Euclidian widow, Mrs. McCampbell. Anyone who can put up with us must be greot. You 
are such a person. 

Here is your book, Euclid. If there is but one facet of the '63 Euclidian which brings to mind a particular dimensions of this 
year for you, its purpose has been accomplished. We hope you will enjoy your Euclidian as we have. 

Sincerely, 



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Editor-in-Chief 






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SUPPLEMENT 

Snow fell past the classroom window reminding the day- 
dreamer that it was better to be inside. When the homework 
assignment was given, the student wrote it down but payed little 
attention to it. After patiently awaiting the end of his last class, 
he attended a club meeting and then went home and fell asleep 
for twenty minutes. Awakening and hurriedly eating dinner, the 
student returned to school for another activity. The assignment 
would be put off until the next day, saved for the weekend, and 
finally completed in a frenzied burst of study Sunday night. 

With windows raised to let in spring air, the door opens and 
a warm draft floods the classroom scattering papers. The bell 
rings. Pushing time, the student frantically completes a test and 
runs on to another one. He works on Student Council campaigns, 
rehearses for the musical, attends proms, and struggles to rein- 
force a faltering average. He does not daydream now. His goal 
is clearly fixed before him — to excel and complete ... to com- 
plete ... to endure. 





Euclid's answer to the Rockeftes. 



Agile John getting some wild encouragement. 



CAST: Bells Are Ringing 

Sue - Maureen Trotto 

Gwynne Dona Hido 

Ella Peterson Sally Forker 

Carl John Lehr 

Inspector Barnes Jim Devney 

Francis Bob Leggate 

Sandor Ron Surtz 

Jeff Moss Dave Amos 

Larry Hastings Ed Racich 

Dr. KItchell Tony Petruzzi 

Blake Barton Jay Bammerlin 

Telephone Man Gary Kleckner 

Joey Bernie Hohs 

Olga Joan McConocha 

Corvello Mobster Vincent Lenarcic 

Paul Arnold .-. Dan Praznoysky 

6uf/er Gary Bernstein 

Michelle Leslie Long 

Policeman Walt Wistum 

Nightclub M. C Jim Burnett 





Sally and Dave pair off for "Just in Time." 
Ail in favor of urban renewal say "aye.' 




SPRING MUSICAL 

An atomic shov/ radiating with 
enthusiasm and talent exploded on 
the Euclid stage this spring. As Ella 
Peterson, Sally Forker detonated a 
chain reaction of brass, tenderness, 
spectacle, and humor carried through 
by the rest of the cast in a full- 
chorused, back-alley bookie meet- 
ing, a riotous subway party, a wiggly 
nightclub act snowing confetti, an 
off-key musical swindle, and a wild 
cha-cha. The trio of Jenkins, Taylor, 
and Harper, responsible for many 
great shows in previous years, had 
prepared "Bells Are Ringing" for 
'64. The explosion leveled all criti- 
cism and produced unprecedented 
popularity and congratulations. 



Subway insanity. 





He and/or she. 

TALENT SCOUTS 

Talents often scorned by larger, 
more professional groups found ref- 
uge at the annual Talent Scouts 
Show. Under the fatherly eye of Mr. 
Robuck, tiny uncoordinated cubs be- 
came Pink Panthers, mere pastimes 
developed into the Novelties, and 
two rock and roll bugs completed 
metamorphosis to emerge as Beatles. 
The careful direction of raw talent re- 
sulted in a well-done show. 




The maid is made to leave. 

Bernie and Maureen caught in a dramatic moment. 




The swinging Jims bring the Beatle beat to E.H.S. 




TRIPLE-PLAY 



The lights of "Triple-Play" rose 
first on the lobby of the Parkview 
Hotel. Ornate, but fading, the tradi- 
tional set suited the traditional style 
of "The Little Lady." Into this lobby 
came Alice Lampkin, bringing with 
her a capacity for love that shamed 
the other characters and encom- 
passed the audience. 

Twenty-nine strokes of a rather 
unorthodox clock transported the 
audience from the traditional to the 
absurd. Together, the Martins and the 
Smiths discovered the curious, 
strange, and bizarre conditions of 
conditions of conventional life. Final- 
ly, unable to cope with themselves, 
the cast of "Bald Soprano" ran off in 
all directions. 

Again the mood changed, and 
emotional flare surrendered to tran- 
quility with the world of Robert Frost 
silhouetted against a twilight sky. 
This last drama of the triple-plays 
gave new dimension to a collection 
of perceptive and often sarcastic 
poems. They left an audience won- 
dering just what Frost meant to say 
beneath those barren trees, to the 
haunting strum of a guitar. 

These are the voices of Robert Frost. 





Making up requires a steady hand and a sure eye. 

CAST: The Little Lady of Friday Night 

Ray Vincent Hughes 

A4rs. Reed Nancy Patrick 

Alice Lampkin Maureen Trotto 

Mr. Morgan Jim Devney 

Mr. Andrew Able Bernard Hohs 

The Bald Soprano 

Mrs. Smith Cheryl Steigauf 

Mr. Smith Ron Surtz 

The Maid Diane Frank 

Mrs. Martin Leslie Long 

Mr. Martin John Lehr 

The Firechief Gary Bernstein 

The World of Robert Frost 

Jay Bammerlin Sally Forker 

Jim Devney Diane Frank 

Bernard Hohs Karen Heckert 

Vince Hughes Joan McConocha 

Bruce Lamb Amy Picciano 

Tony Petruzzi Sue Smith 

Music composed and performed by Sally 
Forker 



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Silky satin swirls . . . 





Let Hertz put you in the diver's seat. 

Sandy Borgsteadt spies the Loch Ness monster. 



. . precede Pegg) ^ poolside plunge. 






The Swim Club members give themselves a hand. 




SWIM SHOW 

With the smooth strokes of polished swimmers, 
"Musical Memories" submerged Euclid's poolside 
in the waves of the past. Old songs and new routines 
appearing in the chlorinated theater recalled neg- 
lected remembrances. The evening came to a close 
as the strains of "Thanks for the Memories" faded 
away, and Swim Show itself drifted into the past. 



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Students swarmed like ants on a Pic-Nick. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Campaign season opened this 
year in the usual subtle manner. After 
school hours, campaigners stole dis- 
creetly through the halls leaving their 
marks above the drinking fountains 
and other convenient places. Al- 
though the main purpose of these 
posters v/as still to influence the gen- 
eral student body, they were quite 
noticeably planned to drav/ the at- 
tention of specific groups. The smiling 
ants that said "Pic-Nick" v/ere espe- 
cially appealing to entomologists, 
whereas according to custom, the 
candidates soon adapted stronger 
persuasive methods: rallies in the 
main entrance, blaring brass and 
drums, banners, majorettes, and fin- 
ally, speeches. Only the matter of 
voting was yet to be done. After the 
tremendous strain put upon them by 
the opposing factions, each student 
could rise leisurely from his lunch 
table and, with an appropriate quip 
on patriotism, walk off to decide the 
outcome of campaign season. 




Behind every great man there's a woman, a woman, a woman 



Play the Alma Mater? What's that?! 




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STUDENT COUNCIL, First Row (L to R): Charlotte Hildebrond, Marie Tancredi, Sue Warne 
Barbara Bernlohr. Second Row: Steve Barnett, Connie Mantey, Judy Rotirer, Don Riede 
Third Row: William Miller, Dennis Cebul, Dennis Motko, Nick Perencevich. 



A secret ballot-? 



It never got off the ground. 




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N.F.L 

A year of feverish forensic activity 
was terminated. One by one the 
debaters and orators stepped to the 
front of the E-Room to receive their 
pins. Throughout the room an air of 
satisfaction prevailed-; — no more 
speeches to be written or debates to 
be won. There was time at last for 
N.F.L. 's induction ceremony. 



STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS, 
Second Row: Dennis Molko, Sle\ 



St Row (L to 
Barnell. 



Barbara Bernlohr, Mar 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, Standing (L to 
Sandra Schwabouer, Darlene Gorlz. 



R): Ken Bowen, Paula Schulte. Silting: 




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You know, Sir, you're only allowed three cups of punch. 
Sue Blatnik acts as gracious hostess. 



Food for thought. 





BASEBALL 

Euclid's baseball players pos- 
sessed the spirit that earmarks a first- 
rate team. 

Strike one! 

L.E.L. competition found the Pan- 
thers placing second at the season's 
end. 

Strike two! 

But the lure of first place still ex- 
isted for the J.V.'s, and they diligent- 
ly prepared themselves to fill the var- 
sity spots of next year's team. 

It's a hit! Home run! 




A steal calls for a fast slide. 



VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM, First Row (L to R): Tom Aljoncic, Tom Ttieis, Hank McLean, Dale Gregorin, Roge 
Sprochi, Bob Coode, Wayne Opalk. Second Row: John Allor, Ken Thomas, Terry Frilch, John Sustersic, Le^ 
Wicks, Jack Korthals, Coach Robert Addis. Third Row: Coach Ralph Wisniewski, Joe Mahovlic, Eric Larsen 
Tom Ullom, Ron Mocks, Jim Nebe. 










J. V. BASEBALL TEAM, First Row (L to R): Don Stocker, Jim Beron, Dave Zuro, Karl Bohr, Eric Carlson, Bob 
Watts, Gary Wotilgemutli, Doug Stout (Manager). Second Row: Preston Suminguit, Tim Stupica, Bob 
Harrison, Frank Kovacevic, Paul Buchholz, Darryl Kozel, Mike Corrigan, Frank Udovic, Bill Forgione. Third 
Row: Coach Ronald Lokar, Jim Lewis, John McRedmond, Rich Shisila, Joe Loukiavich, Tom Borbis, Dole 
Garris, Dick Novak, Don Woodruff. 



Coach Robert Addis, Ron Macks, Coach Ralph Wisniewski. 




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BASEBALL SCORES 



d 3 Rocky River 1 

d 8 Eastlake North 6 

d 5 Painesville Harvey 2 

d 5 Painesville Harvey 1 

d 8 Valley Forge 4 

d 7 Niles McKinley 

d 4 Shaw 

d 6 Shaw 

d Parma 3 

d 10 Parma 3 

d 9 Lakewood 

d 3 Cleveland Heights 

d 8 Cleveland Heights 

d 3 Shaker 

d 3 Eastlake North 

d Brush 5 

d 7 Shaw 3 

d 15 Collinwood 7 

d 1 Parma 9 

d 2 Lakewood 1 

d 1 Elyria 8 

d 1 Elyria 4 

d 2 Cleveland Heights 

d 3 Shaker 5 

d 10 Westlake 2 

d 3 Brush 

d 7 Valley Forge 4 

d 12 Rocky River 1 

Wins 22 Losses 6 



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TRACK TEAM, First Row (L to R): Lorry Grigsby, Don Hoffr^on, Rick Everstine, Tom Holbedel, 1''';^' l°k°'-^; 
lorry Wright, Joe Stih, Dove Libmon, Ted Gosser, John Doherty, J,m Leppert, B,ll M,l er^ Second Row. 
Ray Sweigert, Bob Lucci, Tom Schultheis, Don Klonn, Ron Sorstedt, Bill Boiley, Rich Zowock Bob Rodwan,ck, 
Al Tolwoy Rondy Jordon, Richord Grohom. Third Row: Dove Vrh, Ton, Berniohr K,m K.mberly, " Zov-^, 
Frank Budic, Jock Ambrose, Rich Koczur, Jeff Kish, Don Lucci, Jerry K,sh. Fourth Row: Tom Bornhort, John 
Ulstrom, Russ Johnson, Greg Goodyeor, Tony lacofano, Roger Brazec Dave Schoser, J,ni Bonkschoen, 
Horold Grahom. Fifth Row: Greg Sobole, Ken Lucci, Steve Wotson, M,ke Kopach, Dave Welsh, Al Tol- 
chinsky, Som Rockwell, John Schroeler, Jack Reichenbach. 



TRACK 

Endurance is forced beyond itself 
as exhausted muscles scream them- 
selves insensible, and the Ibody be- 
comes an extension of thef will. The 
runner is projected beyond height, 
breadth, and width into a fourth 
dimension of speed. The finish tape 
and the will snap simultaneously, and 
he is thrown back into a world of ex- 
haustion. Dyspneal, his muscles 
tremble, and his lungs claw for air, 
but the mind, obsessed with the song 
of speed, leaps ahead to the next 
race. 



Anyway you look at it 



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SEASON TRACK RECORD 
SPRING 1964 

A TEAM 



Euclid 81 Vi 

Euclid 65 

Euclid 90 

Euclid 80 

Euclid 84% 

Euclid 7672 

Euclid 88-1/3 

Euclid 78 72 



Parma 3672 

St. Joseph 53 

Shaw 28 

Shaker 38 

Brush 33-2/5 

Valley Forge 41 ¥2 

Lakewood 29-2/3 

Cleveland Heights 3972 



Wins 8 Losses 

4th West Tech Relays 

3rd East District Meet 

1st L.E.L. Meet 

1st Euclid Relays 

1st Arena Indoor Meet (L.E.L. Division) 



B TEAM 



Euclid 94 

Euclid 93 

Euclid 97% 

Euclid 66-2/5 

Euclid 102 

Euclid 96 72 

Euclid 104 

Euclid 95 

Euclid 8672 



Parma 19 

St. Joseph 21 

Wickiiffe 2074 

Foirport Harbor 51-3/5 

Shaw 1 

Shaker 2072 

Brush 13 

Valley Forge 41 72 

Lakewood 2772 

Wins 10 Losses 



. . these Panthers are flying high. 



1st Shaker Sophomore Relays 
L.E.L. SEASON DUAL CHAMPIONS 



Mr. Ted Theodore, Mr. Clarence Eckert, Lorry Wright, Mr. Dole Thompson, Mr. Wilmer Schuster. 





Captain Rich Creveling and Coach Herbert Nold. 

TENNIS 

After a disappointing fall season, 
the tennis team turned to spring and 
the task of summoning its latent 
potential. Determination combined 
with practice, and the desired result 
slowly materialized. The realized 
end — an outstanding season. 




TENNIS TEAM, First Row (L to R): Al Smith, Ken Vandeveer, Fred Mills, Bill Vodnol, Mike Boyce, B( 
Greene. Second Row; Dave Garland, George Martinsen, Dennis LeFond, Rich Creveling, Glenn Forsyth 
Al Yacas, Ken Rosenlhall, Coach Herbert Nold. 

No, no. The object is to hit the ball with the racket, not catch it in 
your mouth. 



TENNIS SCORES 

Euclid 2 Valley Forge 1 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 2 

Euclid 2 

Euclid 4 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 4 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 2 



Shaker Heights 

John Marshall 

St. Edwards 

Parma 

University School 3 

Cleveland Heights 3 

Shaw 1 

Brush 2 

Gilmour 1 

Willoughby South 

St. Joseph 

Brush - 2 

Orange 2 

University School 3 

Wins 12 Losses 3 



Winner of Euclid Invitational Tournament 

Winner and Runner-up of District Doubles 

Tied for Third Place in State Doubles 

Winner of Northern League 

Third Place Greater Cleveland Play-offs 




GOLF SCORES 



Euclid.. 193 

Euclid 181 

Euclid... 2 

Euclid ...178 

Euclid ......178 

Euclid .....171 

Euclid 173 

Euclid... 178 

Euclid 169 

Euclid...... 181 

Euclid 5 

Euclid 168 

Euclid.. 6 

Euclid 174 

Euclid 174 

Euclid 

Euclid 187 

Euclid .174 

Euclid 187 

Euclid 4 

Euclid 169 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 8 

Wins 10 



Chardon 177 

Wickliffe ...175 

Parma 6 

Riverside 182 

Eastlake 166 

Harvey 193 

Riverside 181 

Mentor 178 

Mayfield 171 

Chardon 178 

Shaker 3 

Mentor ....180 

Brush 2 

Mayfield 164 

Willoughby South 166 

Valley Forge 8 

Willoughby South 170 

Wickliffe 170 

Eastlake North 178 

Lakewood 4 

Harvey 176 

Cleveland Heights 

Shaw 

Losses 1 1 Ties 2 



At Manakiki, Euclid won the Northeast Golf 
League Tournament with 332. Al Kovar was medal- 
ist champ with 77 . 

At Highland, Euclid won the Ohio Northeast Dis- 
trict Championship. Al Kovar was medalist champ 
with 77. 

At Columbus, Euclid came in 20th with a score 
of 685 for 36 holes. 

Mr. Frank Pringle, Al Kovar, George Vranekovic, Wayne Kukia, Joseph Zor 



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George sinks a long one. 

GOLF 

Seriousness grips a golf course. The individual 
— his precision, calculation, and finally his power — 
is accented. No roaring crowds accompany the ten- 
sion, only the sound of a club slicing the air. To mas- 
ter the game requires a blend of patience with skill 
and determination. 

Tom Halbedel receives the trophy at the Spring 
Sports Awards Assembly. 




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The Seniors reach the end of the line. 



ALL-SCHOOL PARTY 



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Everyone is entitled to one day in which he can dis- 
card the shackles of polite society and revert to his fun- 
loving natural self. The All-School Party provided such 
an occassion. Serious students took this opportunity to 
dance in the E-Room and to get their heads wet in the 
swimming pool. The quiet young girl in French class be- 
came the screaming, scrambling anchor-man in a wild 
tug-o-war. Fun was had by all. 



The Industrial Arts Show . . 



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A pleasant shift from the daily routine. 



HOME AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

The spotlight shifted from the scholars to the 
craftsmen of E.H.S. with the annual Industrial Arts 
Show. Strolling among the varied exhibits, parents 
and outsiders alike were amazed by the professional 
quality and beauty of the finished products. Each 
piece reflects not only skill, time, and care, but the 
maker's genuine love of the work. 

A year of creation in cloth was climaxed by the 
annual Spring Style Show in which polished gar- 
ments made by students in the sewing classes, were 
displayed. Modeling her own efforts, each girl 
clearly showed the three objectives of a home arts 
course: the skill to create, pride in her creations, and 
the necessary poise to show them. 



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Sitting pretty. 



and tender moments. 



The Junior Prom combined light moods 



JUNIOR PROM 

The sky was overcast, and the buds still huddled 
close to the branches, but one could feel a special 
something in the air on the night of the Junior Prom. 
Bits of crepe paper and sequins shed their identity 
and magically became "Moonlight and Roses" for 
four enchanted hours. Reluctantly, before the first 
stroke of midnight could break the spell, the couples 
straggled homeward, clutching corsages, memories 
and a single rose. 



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"Moonlight and Roses" and you. 



The E-Room awaits prom transformation. 




The Decorating Committee having good, clean fun. 







DECORATING COMMITTEE 



To make the E-Room say "Sayonara" instead of 
"E" was the work of the Decorating Committee. 
Their creative endeavors were not without compen- 
sation, for who else could boast of wearing Bermuda 
shorts and sneakers to the Senior Prom? 



SENIOR PROM 

The Senior Prom begins as a young girl's dream, 
existing in her imagination, fantastic in the magic it 
holds. The date seems far away, as though the an- 
ticipation of its happening will never mature to 
reality. Yet the individual grows constantly aware 
of time approaching and all that must be worried 
about, and finally accomplished. Telephone calls, 
dress shops, bids, flowers, tuxedoes, and car keys 
rise as looming obstacles that shadow final exam 
study and attention in class. Finally, the tension ex- 
plodes in a thousand flashbulbs ignited by proud 
parents and smiling couples. 

For some, the end result was disappointment. 
For others it became a strange combination of 
sophistication and mosquito bites acquired at a 
picnic, symbolized by a souvenir charm bracelet of 
Chinese "happy gods." 



Seniors are sophisticated- 





— swingers 



Prom belles — perturbed and poised. 





Our group had 20% fewer Surveys. 



He: You dance so smoothly. She: I have ball-bearing shoes. 






An impressive 800. 



BACCALAUREATE AND 
COMMENCEMENT 

All year Seniors thought and said 
they were special, privileged beings. 
Perhaps they didn't know what they 
were saying until Baccalaureate and 
Commencement arrived. The impor- 
tance of these ceremonies lay not in 
ritual or in speeches that would be 
forgotten; they served as a post at a 
crossroads on which to hang direction 
signs. They meant that a Senior was 
special not because of divine provi- 
dence but because of the work that 
brought him to graduation. His priv- 
ileges were not to twist in the E-Room, 
nor to wear knee socks on Friday. He 
could now find a fragment of the 
world and call it his. 



Don't worry Mr. Troglia — no one will trip. 





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Behind the scenes. 



Seniors share some good advice with Reverend Dillon. 




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R. Wade Schuette 



Sue Blatnik 



VALEDICTORIANS 

The president of Euclid's National 
Forensic League speaks with a rich, 
mature voice and argues with calm 
logic. Wade finds fun wherever he 
can, and he drives people mad with 
card tricks. Being one of the two 
third year Russian students is simply 
a supplement to his uniqueness. 



Rosemary Vatty 




Ronald 




Having survived Ron's humor and unique wit, 
friends as well as teachers recognized and respect- 
ed his originality and independence. By using time 
to his best advantage, he discovered many varied 
interests; by actively participating, he developed 
them. His talents were marked by precision and ac- 
curacy, and whether teaching himself Spanish or 
tackling a lead in the spring play, Ron excelled. 

Becoming a valedictorian isn't easy, but main- 
taining a 4.0 average and a job is nearly impossible. 
However, Rosemary accomplished this in her usual 
manner — quietly and with determination. Although 
there was never enough time for many activities, she 
took full advantage of the honors program and 
Euclid's other opportunities for advanced studies, 
especially in her chosen field, languages. 



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Sue Blatnik is the blur you saw as you walked 
the halls of E.H.S. this year. She has been busy 
making headlines, meeting deadlines, and maintain- 
ing a 4.0 average. The scope of her achievements 
ranges from editing the school newspaper to com- 
pleting Mr. Reno's multicolored math calculations. 
Enthusiasm and diligence hove typified her attitude 
as a scholar, mathematician, and co-editor of 
Survey. 

As one of seven valedictorians, Danette is hon- 
ored for academic achievement. However, this fails 
to honor her for her many activities. Throughout 
high school she has been engaged in interests such 
as A.F.S. and Euclidian. But Danette's greatest asset 
isn't listed in the back of the yearbook, nor is it 
necessarily evident in her 4.0 average; it consists of 
the limitless spirit with which she performed in all 
fields. 




Rick hasn't built a perpetual motion machine, 
but he has developed a perpetual smile. He's be- 
come a National Merit Scholar, a National Honor 
Society president, a golf captain, and a top physics 
and math student. Give him time, he may still con- 
struct a machine as perpetual as his smile. 




Paul Debevec 

Paul's achievements may be widely varied, but 
all are characterized by a certain steadiness and 
perfection. In organized debate and informal jam 
sessions, he always bases his arguments upon sound 
reason and careful thought. Paul's ability to rely not 
only upon the knowledge at hand, but also upon his 
own ideas and capabilities, shows confidence and 
produces positive results. 

Rick Karash 





TROPHIES FOR VALEDICTORIANS 
Sue Blatnik 
Paul Debevec 
Richard Karash 
Danette DiBiasio 
Wade Schuette 
Ronald Surtz 
Rosemary Vatty 



COMMUNITY AWARDS 

Phi Beta Kappa: Paul Debevec 

Rotary Industrial: Thomas Loncala 

Jewish War Veterans Science 
Award: Chuck Hurwitch 

American Legion National Exam: 
Wade Schuette 
Chris Gregoric 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

Representing American youth. Char Hildebrond 
traveled to Bilbao, Spain to become Euclid's second 
exchange student. Denny Matko, also a candidate, 
waited for notice about spending his senior year 
abroad. Both trips are a result of Euclid's interest 
and activity in American Field Service. 



DEPARTMENT AV/ARDS 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 
Linda Cebron 

HOME ARTS 
Ann Schultz 

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE 
Richard Karash 

VOCAL MUSIC 
Ken Barta 

VISUAL ARTS 
Sharon Papaiko 

SOCIAL STUDIES 
Paul Cox 

MUSIC 

Judy Strausbaugh 

BOY'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Dennis Antonick 

GIRL'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Mary Ellen Bogatay 

ENGLISH 

Danette DiBiasio 

ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE 
Ronald Surtz 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
Thomas Loncala 



PINS FOR 3.8 + 
Colin Murdoch 
Linda Tomko 
Tom Walters 
Katherine Ulle 
Steve Watts 
James Birch 
Carolyn Henry 



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