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INTRODUCTION 4 

SENIORS 28 

SPORTS 96 

ACADEMICS 134 

ACTIVITIES 166 

JUNIORS 212 

SOPHOMORES. . . .218 

INDEX 232 

ADS 248 






Satisfaction is a relative feeling weighed 
against the discontent of the individual. The 
student translates the search for it into the 
school-bound terms of his experience. Discon- 
tent breeds action; from a negative value 
comes positive progress. 




Education is an idealistic quest, but the 
steps toward the poetic state of intellectual 
grace are formed by mundane algebra assign- 
ments and multi-colored history maps. The 
student himself must provide the ultimate 
stimulus, a dissatisfaction with his present 
state. The attitude is readily provided; stu- 
dents learn of truth, beauty, and the way to 
earn a living. 




Students exhibit a variety of abilities and attitudes. 
There are slow learners, geniuses, and the celebrated 
average students. There are under-achievers, discour- 
aged plodders, and those students whose drive amazes 
classmates and teachers. One school accommodates 
them all, giving dimension to the courses which will com- 
plement the ambitions and abilities of each. 




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The student is not alone in his desire 
for accomplishment. Working in an at- 
mosphere of disciplined creativity, the 
teacher must inspire, control, and direct 
the curiosity of his students. He mea- 
sures his success by the proficiency with 
which his students perform. 




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He must be the eternally vigilant 
hall monitor, the eagle-eyed cafe- 
teria guard, or the den mother of a 
group of fifty sleeping study hall stu- 
dents. Or working informally as a 
club advisor, the teacher can stimu- 
late a student in the extended pur- 
suit of his particular interest. 




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Students study, contemplate, and 
ponder-or appear to. Academic pur- 
suits must stop, however, to recognize 
the basic animal needs which thoughts 
alone do not satisfy. Candy and apple 
vending machines operate on small 
change and the fact that intellectual 
hungers must constantly be supple- 
mented with the real, gooey, crunchy, 
stomach-filling thing. 









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Girls dance. Boys talk. Couples listen and the E-Room 

record player blares. 

"I Can't Get No Sa-tis-fac-tion." 




Spontaneity can yield satisfaction. 
The relief of fire drills and penny hoc- 
key punctuates the monotony of serious 
work, siphoning off the pressures of 
studies and activities. Informal discus- 
sion of religion and politics gives release 
while producing friends and enemies. 
Students usually choose safer topics, 
embracing elephant jokes and Batman 
as the current exercises of the relaxed 
mind. 





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For some satisfaction 
lies beyond the con- 
fines of the classroom. 
Not until the school 
day's end is he allowed 
to pursue freely a poe- 
tical outburst for 
Eucuyo or a death died 
over a chess board. 
The organized activity 
provides the school 
with several teams, a 
newspaper, a play, and 
a yearbook. The orga- 
nized activity provides 
the student with a 
sense of direction. 




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The student unconsciously expands both the number 
and depth of his associations. Goals are replaced or 
abandoned. Realistically, friendships are, too. Distance 
or disinterest can cool a relationship. But while it lasts, 
nothing satisfies as much as laughter and understanding 
between friends. 



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Effort culminates in the satis- 
faction of achievement. Others 
judge when the student is 
elected to class office, Home- 
coming court, or an honor so- 
ciety. Pins are lost, however, 
and awards are left to age and 
yellow in scrapbooks. The final 
analysis is made by the student 
himself. Self-evaluation is most 
difficult; personal satisfaction 
is most meaningful. 



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Satisfaction is a rare and ephemeral state. 

It is one moment amid many 

written in a smile or a look of pride, 

but it is only a moment, 

a plateau. 

The search for it must continue 

for it is the force 

that shapes the student's character. 





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A Senior is the most status con- 
scious person in the school. A sen- 
ior thinks he is great, but is satis- 
fied with a mediocre performance. 
Criticized for not working, a Sen- 
ior will spend an infinite amount 
of time on a practical joke. A Sen- 
ior is predictably inconsistent. A 
Senior is restless and rebellious. A 
Senior is a dreamer. 

The transformation from Junior 
to Senior is viewed by all, except 
those who undergo it, as a deifica- 
tion of sorts. His personality is am- 
plified and extended by the re- 
sponsibilities of his position. A 
Senior leads clubs, cheers, and un- 
derclass. He can be editor, swim 
soloist, or dramatic lead. He can 
be a disciplinary problem. He is no 
longer lost in the limbo of the jun- 
ior year. The Senior has arrived 
wearing knee socks on Friday, a 
class ring, and a self-satisfied 
smirk. This image propels the sen- 
ior myth. The last year, however, 
is not the frenzied culmination of 
a school career; it is the paradoxi- 
cal anticlimax, for prospective 
graduates must look ahead. 

The senior year is one of both 
planning and achievement. Sen- 
iors begin early the ritualistic pil- 
grimages to Mrs. Sheats for col- 
lege counseling or the anxious 
talks with Mr. Yocum about post- 
graduate job placement. A year 
during which his future must be 
chosen simutaneously becomes a 
year for postponement. Decisions 
make the Senior more introspec- 
tive. He examines not only him- 
self, but those around him with a 
closer scrutiny; as his circle of ac- 
quaintances widens, his number of 
friends decreases. He realizes, for 
the first time, the value of those 
that remain. 





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CARLENE GAIL ANDERSON 

ALMGREN LARRY ANDERSON 

GERALD RICHARD 

AMIRAULT ANDERSON 

DEBORAH 
ANDERSON 

"First time I've ever seen a line on the inside." 



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ANDREWS 
SANDRA 

ANDRULIS 
VALERIE 

ANTONICK 



SUSAN ARK 
JAMES ARNOLD 
ARLENE 

AUGUSTINE 



GAIL BAHR 
WILLIAM BAILLIE 
BARRY BAIR 





REGINA BAKER PHYLLIS BALL 

BARBARA BALL NED BALSLEY 



Horning in on the picture 



LINDA BARAN 
LINDA 

BARANSKI 




BENJAMIN 
BARBERA 
TOM BARB IS 




SHARON BARNEY 
HAZEL 

BARNHART 



MARIANNE 
BARTELD 
PATRICIA BASHEL 



BRUCE BATT 
LAUREL BAUM 





SENIORS 



Turtle Thayer draws in his head. 

LAURA BAUMAN CHARLES 
WAYNE BAUMILLER 

BAUMGART KAREN BAUR 



RUDOLPH BAVEC 
STEVEN BAYER 



ELAINE BELPULSI 
ROSALEE BELTZ 
NANCY 

BELUSCHAK 
KATHLEEN BENDA 



PAUL BECKWITH 
VIRGINIA BEHUN 
CAROL BELL 







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GERALD BENSI WILLIAM MADELINE BIR CHERI BISBEE ROY 

JAMES BERAN BERTALAN JAMES BIRDSONG LINDA BLAKELEY BLANKSCHAEN 

RAYMOND BETZ HARRY BLATNIK 



See Sharon jump. Jump, Sharon, jump. Jump, jump Sharon. 



RONALD BERLAN MARY BIFRO 
BARBARA GEORGE BILYK 

BERNLOHR 




SENIORS 



PATRICIA BOOTS 
CAROL BORDEN 
JOHN BORENSKI 




THOMAS BROWN 
JOANNE 
BRUNELLE 




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ELAINE BUBONICS RICHARD BUCCERI PAUL BUCHHOLZ FRANK BUDIC NANCY BURICH 



PATTI 
PATRICIA BURKE JANICE BURKLEY BURLINGHAM 



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PATRICIA 
BURNETT 



GARY BUSCH 



DENNIS BUSH 




"Now listen here — if we don't get more gravy on our 
mashed potatoes . . ." 



KATHLEEN 
KAREN BUYNAK CALLAHAN 



BERNADINE 
SANDRA CALLOW CAMPBELL 



GLORIA CAPRETTI 




SENIORS 




"Are you sure this is how the Egyptians did it?" 



FRANK 
STEPHANIE CAROTENUTO 

CARDULLIAS RONALD 



ERIK CARLSON 



CARPENTER 



GORDON 
NOREEN CAVAN CHAPMAN 

DENNIS CASEY GAYLA JUNE CHIODO 

BILL CATHCART CAVATINO BARBARA 



MICHAEL CARNEY GEORGE CARTER DOUG CATHON PATRICIA CERGOL CHOVAN 





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HELEN CIMBALOS SUSAN COLLINS 

MARY CLAPACS JOHN COLOSI 

DALE CLARK KENNETH 
BOB COMPORT 

COATSWORTH ELLEN CONNELLY 



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WILLIAM 


KATHLEEN 


CHARLES COX 


CORNWELL 


COTMAN 


RICHARD CRANE 


MICHAEL 


LAWRENCE 




CORRIGAN 


COTTON 





"C'mon, Mike! Let's have some clean, healthy fun!" 



DONITA CONSILIO FRANCES COOL 
ROBIN CONTI MARY COONEY 

LESLIE COOK JULIANNE 

JAMES COOKE COPPERS 

DEBORAH CORDON 



SENIORS 




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JOHN CURTIS 
ROSEMARY 

CZOHARA 
GERALD D'AMICO 
KENNETH DANCH 





'Toot, toot!' 



WILLIAM D'ANNA BARBETTE DALE DEBELJAK 

GARRY DARDIS DAVIDSON CARMELLA 

ICATHERINE KATHLEEN DAVIS DECAPITE 

DAVID PATRICIA DAVIS DARLEEN DECKER 



JOHN CRAV/FORD 
LINDA CROCKETT 



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HARRY 

DECKMAN 
WILLIAM DEI 



MARIE 

DEMARIO 
PAUL 

DEMBEK 



BRIGITTE 
DEPRETIS 

WAYNE 

DICKHEISER 




All it took was muscles, guts, and twenty-six other guys. 



PRISCILLA 

DICKINSON 
KAREN DIEHL 



RON DIPKO 
LOIS DODDS 



CHERYL 

DIETRICH 
DONALD 

DIVITO 

BARBARA 
DOLES 

PATRICIA 
DONNER 




THOMAS 

DOWNING 
THOMAS DOYLE 
PATRICIA DRAKE 
ROBERT D REN BERG 





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KAREN DRENSER 
KATHLEEN 
DRENSER 
ROBERT DREYER 
STEVE DROTLEFF 





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THOMAS 

DRUMMOND 
DIANE DRYER 



FREDERICK 
DUGACH 
MARSHA DUNKER 



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SENIORS 



DANIEL DUTCH ER 
JACQUELINE 

DZURA 
SANDRA 

EASTABROOKS 
GARY EASTER 




"Moke me." 

JACQUELINE EBEL SUSAN EDER MARGUERITE JUDITH 

MARY ELLEN BARBARA EGLIN EHLERT EICHBERGER 

ECKENRODE ALBERT EHRKE DAVID ELEK 





JUDITH EMMERT 
RICHARD 

ENGLAND 
LAUREL EPPICH 



LOIS ERZEN 
DIANE 

ESPLANDIU 
REBECCA 

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MONICA 

EVNACiC 
BARBARA 

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WILLIAM FORSYTHE 




DONNA FRABOTTA 



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SUNDAY FRALEY 



JUDY FRANCIS 




ROBERT FRANCIS 
CAROL FRANK 




J Larry Grigsby, grinning and gaveling 





MARGARET FRYE 
MARY ANN FUERST 




PATRICIA 
FRIEDMAN 



GERALDINE FRIEL 



DIANE FRANK 
MARY FRIEDEL 





SENIORS 



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KATHY FUGINA 
JOHN GADISH 



_ ROBERT GALE 
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GALLAGHER 




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WILLIAM 

GALLAGHER 
DALE GARRIS 



"If I move my leg, my elbow will drop, my arm will 
collopsc, and my head will fall off 



JEANNETTE GASPER 
JUDITH GASPER 
ANDREA GATES 
ELIZABETH 
GAYDOS 



GEORGIA GEER 
SUSAN GEIST 
WAYNE GELLER 
ROBERT GEPHART 





PAULETTE PATTI GINGELL 

GERBETZ HAROLD GLENN 

SHARON GERL DIANA CLICK 

SUSAN GEYER LINDA GLICKER 
CHERYL GILLESPIE 



SENIORS 



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GERALD 

GR INSTEAD 
ROBERT 

GRONOWSKI 



CHERYL GRZSIK LYNDA GULICH 

AUDREY GUDAITIS LINDA GUTKA 



"What do you want. It's Monday." 



RICHARD GRAHAM CONSTANCE 
GARY GRAUS GREGORIC 

ROBERT GREENE CATHERINE 
PATRICIA GREGIC GRIFFITH 

ELAINE GRIGAS 
LARRY GRIGSBY 



SENIORS 




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LINDA GUYTON 
PAUL GYONGYOS 
MARCIA HACE 
BARBARA HADDAD 





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Clowning around. 



JILL HADDOCK 
CAROL HADYK 



CHERYL HAGER 
CHRISTINE 
HAGSTRAND 



SANDRA HALL 
RICHARD 
HAMILTON 



SANDRA 

HAMILTON 
ALLEN HANGEN 




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MICHAEL HARRIS WILLIAM 
ROBERT HARRISON HASSELBACH 

MARJORIE HART MILDRED HASTO 
LYNNELLE HASKO PAUL HAUSER 

NANCY HAVENER 



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SENIORS 



RALPH HLEBAK 
ANTHONY 

HOC EVA R 
PEGGY HOCEVAR 
RUTH HOCEVAR 




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SHIRLEY HUMBERT GREGORY HUNT 
DAVID DALE HUNTER 

HUNCHAREK 

"Wait till I open my jacket and they see the bic 
red 'S'." 





CHERYEL DONALD IVANCIC MICHAEL 

lAFELICE DAWN JACKSON JANKOVICH 

GUY lARUSSI RONALD SANDRA 

COLLEN IRWIN JACKSON JENNISON 

PATRICIA lULIANO LINDA JAKUBEN BARBARA JERIN 

LINDA J ERSE 



SENIORS 




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BARBARA WILLIAM 

JOHNSON JOHNSON 

NANCY JOHNSON DONNA JONKE 



Nemethanderol Man 



RANDY JORDAN RICHARD KACZUR CHUCK KADUN 
SUSAN JOST LINDA KADOW VICTORIA 

KALNASY 




JEROME KAPSCH WAYNE KARBERG 
RONALD KARASH THOMAS KARPY 



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LAWRENCE WILLIAM TERRY 

KEMPER KENTNER KERZISNIK 

EDWARD KENIK JAMES JANET 

KERMAVNER KERZISNIK 

Commander Sheppard and projects Bell and Howell 



LEONARD KARR SHERYEL KAVULA 

JOSEPH KASTELIC MICHAEL KEKIC 
MARY KASTELIC SIDNEY 
MONIKA KASTENS KELLERMAN 

WILLIAM KELLEY 



SENIORS 




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ROBERT KIBLER 
THOMAS 

KILKENNEY 
GORDON 

KIMBERLY 
PRISCILLA 

KIMOSH 



JEFFREY KISH 
KATHY KLANN 
MARGARET KLEIN 
DIANNE 

KLEMENCIC 






JOHN KORACIN ROSANNE THOMAS KOST 

JOSEPH KORDOS KORZUNOWSKI TIMOTHY KOST 

SANDRA ALICE KOSKI JOSEPH 

KORMENDI JACOB KOSS KASTELIC 



'Sorry, girls. No eating in the cafeteria. 



JAMES KLOPOVIC TANYA KOKAL 
DEBRA KOBESSEN CHRISTINE KOLB 
ERNESTINE KODRA SUSAN KOLENC 
MICHELE KOEPP ANNAMARIE 

KONTE 



SENIORS 



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Schroeder a-gone-gone 



CHERYL 

KOTORAC 
FRANK 

KOVACEVIC 



LINDA 

KOVACH 
JOSEPH 

KRAJNYAK 




DANIEL 

KOVATCH 
JOYCE 

KRAMER 



KAREN 

KOZAK 
DALE 

KRECH 



ROSEMARY 
KOZAR 

KATHERINE 
KREN 



DARRYL 
KOZEL 

PAT 

KRISHON 



KATHLEEN 
KOSTELIC 

CHERYL 
KOSTICK 




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BARBARA KRUGER PAULETTE 
MARY ELLEN KUCHLING 

KUCHARSKI CARL KUKLICA 



ROBERT KUNSMAN SUZANNE BARRY LAINE 

RANDOLPH LA BOUNTY MARSHA 

KUZNIK LINDA LACKNER LAMACCHIA 



Jan ruling Euclidian 



BRUCE LAMB 
CECILIA LAND 



SHARON LANG 
CHERYL LARGE 



BARBARA LASER 
STERLING LAUB 





CECILIA LAUER 
SANDRA 
LAWRENCE 


JOSEPH 

LAUKIAVICH 
NANETTE 

LE BARON 




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"My activity list is three inches long. How long Is yours?' 




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PAUL LEBER 
CAROL LEBET 



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JOHN LEES NICK LEMMO 

DENNIS LEFOND GERALDINE 
LEONELLI 




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SUSAN LESINSKY DONNA LEWIS 
BRUCE LEVINE JAMES LEWIS 



SENrORS 



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PAUL LIBBY WERNER 

LAVERNE LINDIC LINDQUIST 

VICTORIA LINICH 




A well-respected man 



JEAN LINK 
JOSEPH LIPKO 



DARLENE 

LIPOVEC 
ROBERT LINSZ 




LINDA LOCZY JOSEPH LOREK 

JEROME LONCALA PETER LORENZ 



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WILLIAM LOSEE 
DONALD LUCCI 



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DENNIS 

MALECKAR CAROL MALONEY 

STEVEN MALINE DALE MALONEY 

JILL MALOKAS LINDA MALOVAC 



ROSANNE MADEJA 
KENNETH LUCCI MICHAEL MADY 
DAVE LUSH IN SHIRLEY 

MARTHA MAGNANI 

LYBARGER KATHY 

CARLEEN MACK MAKOWSKI 





'Look at that button crawling up my jacket." 
















DONNA MALZ FRANK MANCUSO 

MARCIA TIMOTHY MANN 

MAMRACK 

"Nice day if it doesn't rain." 





PAMELA 

MARGHERET 
JAMES MARINO 
MARIE MARKO 
HAMILTON 

MARRON 



RICHARD MARTS 
SUSAN MASSELLA 
DONNA MATES 
GAIL MATTEO 



PATRICIA MATTES 
CECELIA MAVEC 



SENIORS 



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DIANE MC- 
FARLAND 

CATHERINE 
MC GRAW 



DAVID MC KEE 
DOLORES 
MC KEE 




JOHN MC 
KIERNAN 

JOHN MC- 
REDMOND 



PAULA 

MAXWELL 
JAMES MAYER 



DONALD 

MEDVED 
WILLIAM 

MEL^RAGNO 



CAROL MAYKA 
MICHAEL 
MAYOCK 



PETER MEROS 
DARLA 
MERRITT 



MARILYN 
MC BRIDE 

JOAN MC- 
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ALBERT MIKLAVIC 


MERRITT 


JOSEPH 


SHARON METYK 


MIKOVICH 


WILLIAM 


ANTOINETTE 


MIKANOVICH 


MILAVEC 


CAROLYN 


DENNIS MILAVEC 


MIKLAVCIC 





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SENIORS 



Celestial body 






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DONALD MILLER 
KENNETH MILLER 
FRED MILLS 
ROSE MARIE MITCH 




JUDITH MOBBS 
THOMAS MOLNAR 
EVONNE MONOYUDIS 
JOHN MOONEY 



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DARLENE MOORE 
CAROLYN MORELL 
TERRANCE MORMILE 
DENNIS MORRIS 



WAYNE MOSTER 
BRUCE MUEHLMAN 
MARY ANN 
MUKAVETZ 



SHARON MURPHY 
BRUCE MURRAY 
JEANNE MUSCENTI 



JOANNE MYERS 
RICHARD MYLES 
SHARON NAGODE 





DONNA NAGY 
CHERYL NALEPA 
BARBARA NASON 
LINDA NAYLOR 



CHARLOTTE NEFF 
DAVID NEFF 
GAIL NEITHERCOTT 
SANDRA NELSON 



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He: "Look at the little block things. Maybe she'll 
trade." 

She; "Look at the little block things. Maybe he'll 
trade." 



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NEMETH 




SENIORS 



SALLY NEWMAN 
BRUCE NESBETT RAYMOND 

HARRY NEUMANN NEWNES 
LAWRENCE HOWARD 

NEUVIRTH NIEBERDING 

LENA NEWLEN MARY NIEHAUS 



IRENE NIELSEN 
FRANK NOVAK 
RICHARD NOVAK 
VIRGINIA NOVINC 



JOSEPH NEMETH 




MARGARET 

O'CONNELL 
ANTOINETTE ODDA 
KAREN OLESKI 
ALLEN OLGIATE 



SHARON 

OLSHANSKY 
DENNIS O'NEILL 
WAYNE O'NEILL 
GAIL ONICK 



ROBERT ORMSTON 
LORETTA OSOWSKI 
CAROL OSTRANDER 
MAUREENE OTIS 





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SENIORS 



PHILIP PAGON 
CAROL PAIK 
JANINE PAOLELLA 
JEANNE PAPP 




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JACQUELINE KATHRYN GREGORY PIKE DONNA PISNAR SUSAN PLUMMER 

PENNER PETERSON CYNTHIA PILLAR MICHAEL STANLEY 

ROBERT PENNZA LINDA PETKOVIC ANITA PILOTTI PLAVCAN POPIOLEK 

ROBERT PETERS GLEN PHILLIPS ROBERT PLESCIA TIMOTHY PORTIK 



The tie that binds. 



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DOROTHY POZUN 





DUDLEY PRISEL 
CAROL PROBERT 



SENIORS 



ROBERT 
DAVID PULTORAK PEGGY PURNELL CHERYLE RABB RADWANICK DAVID RANKER 

JANE PUNCOH DOREEN PYLICK MARY RADONICH JOAN RAFTER JANE RASK 




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RASMUSSEN 
ANTHONY 

RATTINI 
GERALD RAVIA 
CHARLES 

RAYMOND 



SENIORS 



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VIRGINIA 

SLAYTON 
JUDITH SLUGA 
KIRK SMEE 
ALLEN SMITH 



"If it lands on edge we go to class." 

CLAUDINE 

SHERMAN 
JUDITH MICHAEL SHUMAR PAULA SIMKINS TERRY SKRJANC 

SHERWOOD SUSAN SIDERS JAMES SIMPSON NANCY SKUPIC 

RICHARD SHISILA FRANK SIMCIC ANTHONY SKOK LOREEN SLABY 





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BRUCE SMITH CAROL SMITH LEO SMITH 



'No, no. You want the Survey office." 



PHILIP SMITH JAMES SOBLESKY 




MAUREEN STACK KENNETH STATZ 
JUDY STANEK MARC STEINDLER 

WAYNE STARKEY LINDA STENROOS 



GREGORY SOBOLE THOMAS SORGE WILLIAM SRNICK 






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SENIORS 



TERRY STEPIC 
ROSEMARY 

STERMOLE 
BONNIE STEVENS 
JAMES STIKA 



"Me Jane." 



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JOHN STISCAK 
DANIEL STOCKER 




DOUGLAS STOUT 
CATHY STRAUGHAN 



MARGARET STREKAL 
LINDA STRNAD 



JACK STROK 
SUSAN STRONG 




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SENIORS 



TIMOTHY 

STUPICA 
ROSALIND 

STUZEN 
SANDRA SULEN 
RAY SULLIVAN 



MARILYN SURTZ 
DENNIS SUTTON 
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The challenge of physical effort 
draws some boys to competitive 
sports. Others have proud Daddies 
who want them to carry on the 
family torch of physical prowess. 
One boy will practice with a team 
because his buddies are members. 
The mercenaries hoping to influ- 
ence the teacher-coach and sal- 
vage their plunging algebra grade, 
run a few laps around the track 
and advertise the set of hurdles 
they got for Christmas. Then, 
there are those who compete be- 
cause they want to. 

The reasons boys practice, or 
go through the rituals of practice, 
are diverse. The masochist gloats 
over the pain he can endure. Ego- 
tists exert themselves just hard 
enough to work up the sweat that 
projects the glistening Greek god 
image. Some don't practice at all; 
Mommy has blocked Daddy's 
hopes by refusing to sign the ath- 
lete's permit slip. Glory seekers 
drop out quickly and boys who 
joined because of their pals prac- 
tice less frequently as friendships 
begin to pall. 

Practice culls out the incapable 
or uninterested. Athletes remain. 
Driven by an unexplainable sense 
of loyalty to Euclid and team, they 
spend after-school hours trying to 
maintain the agility and endur- 
ance that mark their performance. 
Swimmers slap and splash through 
the water. Hurdlers invade the 
third floor after school, menacing 
anyone traveling to his locker. The 
thump and smack of a baseball 
echoes through the athletic corri- 
dor. The athlete's efforts hopefully 
convert practice to victory, satis- 
faction, and an arousing of the 
listless spectator. 





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Varsity Football Row 1 (L to R): Jim Beran, Frank Simcic, Rollin Yanchar, Bill Johnson, Jerry Kirchner, 
Jerry Bensi, Dale Gorris, Randy Jordan, Don Miller, Bill Yanchar, Al Tolchinsky, Dave Welsh, Pancho 
Plescia, Fred Dugach, Jeff Hoinski. Row 2: John Sullivon, Rick Clements, Lorry Honn, Don Hoffman, 
Jim Trovarco, Tom Seddon, Ron Heinlein, Ken Frak, Bruce Hoppert, Jerry Ritzu, Pete Lopez, Paul Boker, 
Bob Eder, Jock Farrill, Bob Malnar, Louis Movrich, Dick Kolesar, Paul Beckwith, Preston Suminguit. 
Row 3: Bob Troop, Chuck McLaughlin, Mike Yerkic, John Speck, Tom Omohen, Nic Zadnik, Glen Caroff, 
Scott Hyde, Don Wright, Rondy Wohlgemuth. 



Panthers pull away. 




VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 



Euclid 6 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 24 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 2 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 7 

Euclid 
Wins 



St Joseph 14 

Collinwood 6 

Garfield 12 

Lakewood 

Parma 

Cleveland Heights 40 

Shaw 13 

Shaker 

Brush 6 

Valley Forge 

6 Losses 3 

Ties 1 



"Where did those dumb linemen go?!" 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

A large group of boys started the 
year unbruised and unheroic. The num- 
ber diminished after a few rugged 
practices, and the hardy souls that led 
Euclid to a semi-victorious season re- 
mained. Sportswriters prophesied that 
this year would be "The Year of the 
Panther". Euclid responded spiritedly 
and, following an opening defeat, went 
on to amass a respectable record. The 
new coach, to the joy of football de- 
votees, started passing the ball instead 
of continually carrying it. The action 
of the crowd competed with plays on 
the field. Florescent horns populated 
the stands, IBM confetti harassed con- 
tact wearers, and long rolls of toilet 
tissue spiralled gracefully over the 
crowd and around the light poles. 
These great tools of spirit, however, 
were chopped down to methodical 
cheers and ten minute half-time shows. 
Turning away from symbols of en- 
thusiasm, fans paid careful attention 
to the game on the field. Covered 
with spilled coffee and the sloppy rain 
of Friday nights, the crowds watched 
as the unheroic boys became heroic. 



A threat from above 



The Bleochers 




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Court in session 



Who? 




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HOMECOMING 

Opening with the hanging of posters 
urging the team to crush the Cardi- 
nals, the week of Homecoming whirled 
to a close with the wearing and disin- 
tegration of the traditional mums. Al- 
though the bonfire had been damp- 
ened the night before, enthusiasm ran 
high at the game. Hopes for a victor- 
ious homecoming, however, were shat- 
tered as the Panthers floundered in a 
sea of mud and were humbled by the 
Cards. The next night, in the E-Room, 
the misfortunes of the week were for- 
gotten as couples entered and were 
entertained in the tranquil realm of 
King Arthur and Excalibur. 



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Pat Friedman, Homecoming Queen. 




Junior Vorsity FootboM Row 1 (L to R) Tim Haase, Dennis Bosco Wendell Price Rick Hoinski, Bill Young, 
Mark Lombardi, Steve Piscopo, Ralph Doesburg Andy Altenweig John Bell Sp ro Gonakis, Cliff Drobnick, 
Paul Marino. Row 2: Brad Lyman Bob Taylor Howard Denny Frank Lemmo Bob Jokela, Steve Jerzerniac, 
John Demming, Bill Popp, Doug Kelley, Craig Sharon, Bart Humphrey, Dennis Adoms, Tim Gulich, Coach 
Lokar. Row 3: John Engel, Steve Shepard, Mike Enright, Dave White, Rick Amato, Greg Zgonc, Dave 
Robinson, John Schulte, Eric Lyttle, Frank Cercek, Brent Hamilton, Dan Lombardo, Ray Schultz, Coach 
Sleith. Row 4: Bill Koss, Dave Zgonc, John Oyster, Dave Marinelli, Jim Barney, Tom Perchan, Ray 
Clancy, Dave Price, Rick Brown, Jim Crezen, Walley Ugrinic, Terry Kollar, Mike Lonchar, Coach Tonski. 



A grab and a miss 



Euclid 





Euclid 


6 


Euclid 


14 


Euclid 


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Euclid 


16 


Euclid 


21 


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Wins 



J. V. FOOTBALL SCORES 



St. Joseph 12 

Collinwood 

Garfield Heights 8 

Lakewood 8 

Parma 6 

Cleveland Heights 

Shaw 20 

Shaker 6 

Brush . 8 

Valley Forge 12 

Losses 4 




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J. V. FOOTBALL 

Adjusting to both a new school at- 
mosphere and new teammates, the 
junior varsity i<.ittens successfully 
played through their season, an ex- 
perimental period in which former jun- 
ior high rivals combine to form the 
varsity future. Skills and experience 
gained by actual play, yield a prom- 
ising season. The kittens are ready 
to fight, to win, to be varsity. 



The referee moves in for a pass. 
"You've got the ball, my foot!" 




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Head Majorettes (L to R): Joanne Brunelle, Linda Scharlau, Chris Razun 





Majorettes Row 1 (L to R): Connie Gregoric, Carol Burhenne, Laurie Haytas, Carol Zonar. Row 2: 
Wendy Brown, Linda Bohinc, Norene Skerly, Katie Kalan, Shirley Krapence, Row 3: Chris Razum, Linda 
Scharlau, Joanne Brunelle. 



Majorette Substitutes 

Visoky, Carol Francis. 



1 (L to R): Connie Beckwith, Trudy Goodwin. Row 2: Sharon 




MAJORETTES 

The majorette's morning begins with 
an embarrassing dash down the halls in 
cut-off jeans, her scarf hiding clippies and 
over-sized rollers. Rakishly dressed, she 
spends the next 80 minutes physically and 
mentally memorizing her next perform- 
ance. A half-hour before the game, the 
practice periods end with routines finally 
polished. At half-time, whistles pierce the 
air and the band marches down the field, 
majorettes in the lead. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

The Cross Country runner breath- 
lessly strains to close the gap in front 
of him. This boy doesn't ponder over 
the past day's test grades, nor does 
he hope that the coach will pronounce 
his name correctly by the time he's a 
senior. Leading the horde of long dis- 
tance runners that follow, he moves on 
matted leaves and gritty cinders. The 
runner forgets the walking world and 
runs. 




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Quick! Somebody bring a spoon. 

Cross Country Row 1 (L to R): Terry Rieder, Gary Ciprian, John Doherty, Ken Lucci, Bill Dei, Bob 
Zonor Ron Bock, Don Stocker, Kim Kimberly, Tom Meros, Row 2: Bob Radwonick, Vol Miklausich, Greg 
Sattler, Joe Lorek, Ron Lucci, Jerry Kish, Steve Zdara, Rich Graham, Don Rieder, Jim Moore, Dennis 
Mafeyka Row 3: Mr. Ted Theodore, Coach, Randy Cebul, Chuck McCracken, Waif Bubley, Bambi Lance, 
Dove McKee Pete Goulis, Al Pillar, Larry Grigsby, Mr. Schuster, Assistant Coach. Row 4: Bob Spring 
Brian Ross, Mel Zivic, Jeff Kish, Chuck Hrastar, Rich Kaczur, Leroy Williams, Bob Snyder. 




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CROSS COUNTRY SCORES 

Euclid 28 Lakewood 27 

Euclid 26 Parma 29 

Euclid 23 Cleveland Heights 38 
Euclid 15 Shaw 48 

Euclid 33 Shaker 22 

Euclid 39 Brush 22 

Euclid 19 Volley Forge 41 

Wins 3 Losses 4 

Euclid Relays 7th 

St. Joseph Relays 4th 

District Meet 3rd 

L.E.L Meet 5th 



Mr. Ted Theodore, Cooch; Dan Stocker, Bill Dei, Bob Radwanick, Mr, Wilmer Schuster, Assistant Coach. 





Truck Row 1 (L to R); Joe Straub, Joel Rick, Rich Kaczur, Bill Dei, Bob Zonar, Ken Lucci, Dave Schaser, 
Greg Sattler Row 2: Bob Schneider, Brian Ross, Don Rieder, Terry Rieder, Bill Loese, Jim Moore, Don 
Lucci John Crossin Leo Smith, Don Hoffman. Row 3: Jim Klopovic, Don Stocker, Jim Petrovic, Ron 
Bock' Jerry Kish, Jeff Hoinski, Bob Spring, Mike Harris. Row 4: Rick Lyttle, Mike Meresko, Leroy Williams, 
Doug Hackle, Walt Bubley, Dick Kolezar, Bill Johnson, Bob Gale, Tony Rossi. Row 5: Bill Young, Jack 
Prasek, Andy Altenweg, John Gydosh, Al Tegel, Tom Meros, Tim Cormigiano, Ron Heilein, Bob Smith, 5am 
Syracuse, Joe McKluska. 



"Will ya' look at that, a cockroach!" 



TRACK SCORES 



Euclid 


781/2 


John Hay 


13/2 


Euclid 


751/2 


Glenville 


15/2 


Euclid 


50/2 


John Marshall 


50/2 


Euclid 


30 


East Tech 


62 


Euclid 


88 


South 


4 


Euclid 


83 


Collinwood 


9 


Euclid 


82 


Valley Forge 


10 


Euclid 


50/2 


East Tech 


41/2 


Euclid 


80/2 


John F. Kennedy 


11/2 



Wins 8 Losses 1 
Ties 1 




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Coach Dale Thompson 



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Al Pillar getting the run-around. 



TRACK 



With the start of the winter campaign, 
Euclid's track team undergoes a complete 
metamorphosis. Blue and gold uniforms ore 
exchanged for T-shirts and shorts, track spikes 
are replaced by rubber-soled sneakers, and a 
tan acquired from running in the cold autumn 
air is quickly shed. The only trait they share 
with their former selves is the small audience 
they attract. This minimal attendance is 
caused by the new surroundings rather than 
the quality of the team, for neither the corri- 
dors, room 102, nor the track offer vantage 
points conducive to large crowds. Those track 
addicts who do manage to find seats in door- 
ways, on window sills, or in the depths of the 
indoor track are ultimately rewarded. At Eu- 
clid, victory and track are synonymous. 



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Varsity Tennis Row 1 (L to R): John Stiscok, Marty Frank, Michael Vandeveer, Fred Mills, Jomes Kiro. 
Row 2: Coach Herbert Nold, Jim Guinter, Al Smith, Captain Dennis Leford, Glenn Forsythe, John Crawford, 
Rick Holloway. 



A hit and a follow-through. 



TENNIS 



Returning after a summer of private 
practice, the players renewed the fall 
half of their tennis season. The out- 
door practices of fall nurtured fading 
summer tans and helped to maintain 
callouses earned through summer 
matches at the Memorial courts. By 
winter, the traditionally outstanding 
tennis players accumulated another 
series of wins. Fall season behind them, 
their next challenge was the long wait 
until spring's thaw. 



VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 

Euclid 5 Lakewood 

Euclid 3 Parma 2 

Euclid . 4 Cleveland Heights 1 

Euclid .4 Shaw 

Euclid 2 Shaker 3 

Euclid 2 Brush 

Third Place L.E.L 







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Cleveland Heights 
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J.V. Tennis Row 1 (L to R): Don Moxa, Alec Wightman, Alan Goldsfayn, Dove DiBiasio. Row 2: Mike 
Applequist, Rob Modic, Jeff Burns, Rodger Munson, Coach Richard Rakovan. 




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Varsity Wrestling Row 1 (L to R): Steve Piscopo, Richard Piscopo, Gary Ciprion, David DiBiasio, John Meros, John Ferlito, Dennis Mateyko 
Row 2: Jim VonTdburg (manager), Jim Schwobauer, Larry Grigsby, Blain Dougherty, Bill Cathcart, Jock Forrill, Pete Goulis. Row 3: Randy 
Jordan, Glenn Tewell, James Orazen, Ken Statz, Glen Caroff, Tom Seddon, Al Tolchmsky, Bob Lmsz (manager). 



Bill Cathcart, Mr, William DeMoro, Assistant Coach; Al Tolchinsky, Mr. Clarence Eckert, 
Coach; Randy Jordan. 



WRESTLING SCORES 

Euclid 18 Garfield Mights 19 

Euclid 15 East North 18 

Euclid 28 Huron 11 

Euclid 29 St. Joseph 7 

Euclid 26 Brush 8 

Euclid 14 Parma 20 

Euclid 33 Lakewood 6 

Euclid 1 1 Valley Forge 25 

Euclid 26 Shaker 8 

Euclid 23 Cleveland Heights 1 1 

Euclid 25 Shaw 10 

Wins 7 Losses 4 

Sectionals First Place 





VARSITY WRESTLING 

One who closely associates with another 
person of marked characteristics will often 
assume these traits as his own. So it is with 
the members of Euclid's mat squad. Both 
coaches, Eckert and DeMora, unintentionally 
impart their mannerisms and, more important, 
their spirit to the individual wrestler. This en- 
thusiasm is evident in the gyrations of the 
coach and the intensity of the boys on the 
bench. Though stamina, agility, and strength, 
in varying degrees, ore traits common to all 
wrestlers, it is the enthusiasm and determi- 
nation of Euclid's wrestlers that make them 
outstanding. 



"Going, going, gone! Sold to the little old lody with the gleom in her eye." 



'If I lose my whistle, I con clwoys woof." 



Two motmen grappling 











"You mean you won't ploy wheelbarrow with me?" 



"Give me your whistle, and I'll stick it in his ear." 




J. V. WRESTLING 

All of the junior varsity wrestler's 
victories are steps toward the plusher 
varsity mat. He is continually cultivat- 
ing his capabilities as a wrestler. His 
position is precarious. He must learn 
to adjust to new athletic and aca- 
demic rigors. The hardships are justi- 
fied the night that he wins his first 
Euclid decision which moves him 
toward the long-awaited chance to dis- 
card yellow wrestling jacket that 
marks him as J.V. 





J. V. Wrestling Row 1 (L to R): Ron Cooney, Dave Wohlgemuth, David Grieshammer, Tom Cothcort, Gary Ciprian, Dovid DiBiasio, John Meros, John Ferlito, 
Andy Radonich, Fred Minis. Row 2: Bud Jokelo, Brian Ursich, Jim Zivic, Rick Gorjup, Curt Hanson, Don Ballentine, Dennis Mateyka, Jim Tomko, Dave Rabin- 
son. Row 3: Joe Howe, Bruce Vehor, Dennis Focht, Paul Marino, Mark Lombardi, John Oyster James Orazen, Steve Piscopo, Frank Cercek. 



John Meros hopes for a quick takedown. 




J.V. WRESTLING SCORES 

Euclid 13 Garfield Heights 25 

Euclid 17 East North 21 

Euclid 29 Huron 12 

Euclid 35 Saint Joseph 8 

Euclid 23 Brush 14 

Euclid 29 Lakewood 14 

Euclid 19 Parma 17 

Euclid 14 Volley Forge 27 

Euclid 22 Shaker 20 

Euclid 29 Cleveland Heights 15 

Euclid 27 Shaw Ill 

Wins 7 Losses 4 



VARSJTY SWIMMING SCORES 



Brush 30 

Western Reserve 45 

Lakewood 48 

Shaker 38 

Cleveland Heights 47 

Berea 48 

Shaw 31 

Brush 30 

University 54 

Gilmour 39 

Lakewood 38 

Midpark 43 

Fairview 41 

Shaker 35 

Cleveland Heights 59 

Shaw 45 

12 Losses 3 
Euclid Relays 2nd 



Euclid 


65 


Euclid 


50 


Euclid 


47 


Euclid 


57 


Euclid 


48 


Euclid 


47 


Euclid . 


64 


Euclid 


65 


Euclid 


36 


Euclid 


56 


Euclid 


57 


Euclid 


52 


Euclid 


54 


Euclid 


60 


Euclid 


36 


Euclid 


50 




Wins 





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Euclid's swim team — everybody's archrival. 



"I came through in the stretch." 

Head, shoulders, knees, and toes. 





Varsity Swim Teom Row 1 (L to R): Roy Preztak, Mike Vande 
Keller, Neal Wade. Row 3: John Scoff, Dave Brunson, Brent Hami 



zfak, Tom Barker 



Sutfon, Dennis Reinke, Ken Miller, Doug 
Bob Henikman, George Carter, Jeff Burns. 



"Nice dive, fella. 




VARSITY SWIMMING 

Other years sans crowds, sans cheers, 
sans publicity, the swimmers swam. 
Undergoing a change this season, the 
meets were attended by more than the 
competitors. Determination stimulates 
interest; the swimmers brought mo- 
ments of soaked glory to a victory- 
parched winter sports season. Fans 
learned to survive the chlorinated heat 
and the pool became no longer the 
sole possession of tankers. The indi- 
vidual swimmers contemplated their 
newly-attained positions of honor while 
they munched on pre-game raisins. As 
heroes, the swimmers out-stroked and 
out-relayed their opponents. The pool 
became more than a large amount of 
water. It was the home of excellence. 



J. V. SWIMMING 

An unquenchable spirit, energy, and 
desire to learn, compensate for, and 
perhaps redeem, the inadequate skills 
of the junior varsity swimmer. The ad- 
dition of knowledge through competi- 
tive swimming satisfies the swimmer's 
appetite for challenge while allowing 
him to gain strength in diving, turn- 
ing, and stroking skills. 




J.V, Swim Teom Row 1 (L to R): John Schulte. Row 2 
Mark Humphrey, Paul Fitzgerald, John Mauser, Dale !■ 
Cliff Drobnick, Tom Perchan, Les Sherman, Jim Knight. 



, Jeff Bish, Dale Fin 
4: Dennis Mayock, 



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J. V. SWIMMING SCORES 



Euclid 


30 


Western Reserve 


52 


Euclid 


51 


Lakewood 


44 


Euclid 


35 


Shaker 


. 56 


Euclid 


43 


Heights 


. . 45 


Euclid 


65 


Berea 


26 


Euclid 


35 


Shaw 


. . 56 


Euclid 


56 


Gilmour 


. . 35 


Euclid 


33 


Lakewood 


. 63 


Euclid 


33 


Fairview 


63 


Euclid 


50 


Shaker 


.. 46 


Euclid 


52 


Heights 


. 43 


Euclid 


59 


Shaw 


55 




Wins 


6 Losses 6 





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CHEERLEADERS 
AND PANTHERS 

Giving some variation and individual 
flair to familiar, monosyllabic cheers, 
the panthers and cheerleaders reflect 
the enthusiasm of the crowd, and trans- 
mit the excitement of winning or the 
anxiety of losing to the team. The 
cheerleaders, genuinely spirited over 
a victory, readily assume forced ex- 
pressions of enthusiasm to maintain 
spirit, even when confronted by a 
close tie, a dubious defeat, or abso- 
lute catastrophe. 




Cecils Rinaldi, Captain 




Jill Haddock 



Marsha Hodakievic 



Barb Bohinc 



Sharon Thorp 




Darlene Gortz 



Pat Friedman 






J.V. Cheerleaders (L to R): Linda Bolough, Captain; Blanche Pierce, Sandy 

Brachlow, Pat Steiguaf, Laurie Gulich, Laurie Letnil<. 



Ponthers (L to R): Marie Tancredi, Beth 
■" Hodder, Mike Harris, Renee Redtield. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 

This year, Euclid tried. Unfortu- 
nately, effort can not be realistically 
equated with achievement. Euclid 
players practiced incessantly. The phy- 
sical necessities of competitive sports, 
the grunting, strain, intensity, and 
sweat, were there. To some degree the 
individual players were able to inte- 
grate their respective strong points. 
Plainly put, nevertheless, it was not a 
year for victory. Losses forced the 
coaches and team to be practical. In- 
troducing inexperienced sophomores 
and juniors to varsity conditions, the 
late season games became positive ef- 
forts to build for next year. 




Varsity Boskefboll Row 1 (L to R): Don Leskewitz, Manager; Wayne Dickheiser, Manager. ( 
Coach Shuster, Gordon Kimberly, Jim Lewis, Mike Boyle, Tom Omahen, John Speck, Ned Sir 
Don Woodruff, Norm Schoen, Dan Poiumbo, Larry Crown, Tom McRedmond, Mike Corigan, 
Heise, Rick Brown, Coach Daugherty. 





VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 



Garfield Heights . . 68 

Brush 49 

Parma 81 

Lakewood 79 

Valley Forge 61 

Shaker 63 

Akron Kenmore 65 

St. Joseph 51 

Heights 78 

Shaw 73 

Brush 63 

Parma 64 

Lakewood 88 

Valley Forge 76 

Newark 53 

Shaker 60 

Heights 49 

Shaw 59 

4 Losses 1 4 



Euclid . 


. . 64 


Euclid . 


. 61 


Euclid 


71 


Euclid 


68 


Euclid 


52 


Euclid 


48 


Euclid 


51 


Euclid 


49 


Euclid 


43 


Euclid 


61 


Euclid 


84 


Euclid 


49 


Euclid 


73 


Euclid 


54 


Euclid 


44 


Euclid 


50 


Euclid 


60 


Euclid 


60 




Wins 



Captain Tom McRedmond, Coach 'Doc' Daugherty. 
Hey, we're on the same team! 




'No, Kim, block the ball.' 




127 



WrNTER FESTIVAL 

Students sauntered through the car- 
nival-decorated classrooms and hall- 
ways engaging in 3-legged races and 
the forbidden indulgences of the school 
day — holding hands and throwing pies 
at Dr. Bergem. The 'Gypsy Cellar' 
lured some to the depths beneath the 
stage for a session of folk singing 
while Mouse Roulette captured others. 
Atmospheric change came with the 
formal presentation of the queen and 
her court. The solemnity of the occa- 
sion was heightened by o back-ground 
of organ music. Then it was Saturday, 
and the events of the week were cli- 
maxed in a flurry of snow-flakes, snow- 
balls, and couples gliding across the 
E-room floor. 




Peggy Molinero adds the crowning touch to the Snow Boll. 



"Sure we're happy. Don't we look it?" 



"Pretend we're having fun. They're taking our picture.' 








Tanya Kokol, Winter Festival Queen 



130 




Sandy Schervish, Junior Attendant 
Marsha Hodakievic, First Attendont 



--^lIK. 




Cindy Pillar, Second Attendant 

Ann Trommetter, Sophomore Attendant 




J. V. BASKETBALL 

At seven o'clock, the J.V.'s play the 
quiet and intense prologue to Varsity 
basketball. The almost empty gym 
distorts the referee's whistle. The J.V.'s 
possess the court. Fans who arrive 
early for the Varsity game respond to 
baskets and intercepted rebounds with 
sporadic cheers. A part of pre-game 
and pre-Varsity ritual, the J.V. efforts 
mold the skill that builds the Varsity 
standard. 




J.V. Basketboll Row 1 (L to R): Tim Gulich, Don Maza, Don Shisila, Don Lewis, Dale Hocevar, 
Greg Zgonc. Row 2: Doug Kelley, Ron Meister, Choper Ugrinic, Dave Price, Dan Zdanowicz, Coach 
Shuster. 



Whirley whiles an hour. 



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V. BASKETBALL SCORES 



'I wanna hold your hand." 



"Hallelujah, brother! 




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id 51 

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id 57 

id 61 

id 55 

id 49 

id 37 

id 46 

id 77 

id 69 
Wins 1 



Garfield Heights 47 

Brush 45 

Parma 54 

Lakewood 58 

Valley Forge 56 

Shaker 57 

Akron Kenmore 40 

St. Joseph 64 

Heights 79 

Shaw 66 

Brush 44 

Parma 31 

Lakewood 64 

Valley Forge 52 

Newark 63 

Shaker 41 

Heights 51 

Shaw 56 
Losses 8 



133 




134. 




136 




The teacher wonders why all of the 
boys form an elite society in the 
back of his classroom kingdom. 
At the same moment, his pupils 
wonder if late assignments will be 
accepted and, if not, what the pun- 
ishment will be. After the first 
week, during which the teacher 
maintains a seating-chart fami- 
liarity with his students, the intel- 
lectual development of the year 
unfolds. At first the student de- 
clares that he won't submit to the 
rigors of academic life. Unfortun- 
ately the charm of the first light 
assignments fades away into ele- 
ven o'clock study sessions. Only 
in academics can the student 
know the joyous relief of a cold, 
desolate night when the last sen- 
tence is typed somewhat hurriedly 
on his theme. He staples it, thinks 
about the rest of his faltering 
grades, and sighs heavily. If the 
work is particularly bad, he hopes 
that the teacher will be in a good 
mood at the time of judgment. 

The student is not alone as he 
slaves over his late assignments. 
His teacher is generally working 
to keep ahead of the questions of 
his more aggressive students. Dis- 
proving the legend that the teach- 
er is all-knowing, he frequently is 
forced to admit that knowledge 
is not obtained via four years of 
college and post-graduate work. 
Mistake piled upon success cha- 
racterizes a fast-paced academic 
life. Accomplishment isn't an in- 
dividual process; every individual 
must submit himself to the inglor- 
ious criticism of group judgement 
in his search for intellectual satis- 
faction. 



137 




Mr. William A. Hunter, Principol 



Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools 



Life consists of needs to be met, 
desires to be satisfied, goals to be 
reached, and hopes to be fulfilled. 
Through education we seek to see what 
needs to be done, the development of 
the will and ability to do, and the 
durable satisfactions which ensue from 
having done worthwhile tasks. 

What do we want out of life? What 
shall we give in order to get? In an- 
swer we assess ourselves and our world, 
determine what we can become, and 
invest our full energies in the search 
for lasting satisfactions. 

Browning and Housmon have pointed 

out: "A man's reach should exceed 

his grasp," and "God, give us hills 

to climb and strength for climbing." 

Lester E. Angene 

Superintendent of Schools 




138 




Board of EducaHon (L to R): Mr. William Tomko, Rev. William Fortner, Mr. Paul Totten, Mr. Milton Jaksik, Mr. Dale Mansperger, 



Dr. Sportoco DIBIaslo, Director of Secondary Education 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 




Mention the word "Board" to a 
variety of people and most will respond 
quickly with the answer: five elected 
officials. The Board, however, aside 
from the elected members, symbolizes 
the vast Euclid educational complex. 
With headquarters in the Fordyce 
building, it includes the office workers 
who have somehow managed to keep 
several thousand IBM report cards 
straight. The movies that so often ani- 
mate the classroom screen are from 
the large audio-visual department 
housed in the main building. The 
Board is more than five Monday-night 
policy makers; it is the hub of the 
Euclid school system. 




Mr. Robert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor 



PRINCIPALS 

During his years at Euclid High, the 
student may or may not be aware of 
his principals. The college-bound sen- 
ior must become acquainted with Mrs. 
Sheats. It's she who guides, counsels, 
and recommends students for colleges. 
Dr. Wiley will probably never be en- 
countered. He handles personnel; that 
is, the faculty- Dr. Bergem is likely to 
be visited unhappily as often as not. 
He handles students, enforcing regu- 
lations and solving such problems as 
lost lunch passes. Mr. Hunter, head 
principal, stands apart from the oth- 
ers who are his assistants. The student 
recalls Mr. Hunter's worm, friendly 
voice welcoming him to school in Sep- 
tember and speaking at a pep rally. 
The student wonders how else his prin- 
cipals function. The answer lies hid- 
den within the offices. Fully realized 
or not, their functions exist. 





Mrs. Harriet Sheats 



Dr. Jerry Bergem 



140 




RETURN I AND 2 



nrxi ink I orr»i. 



(L to R): Mrs. Moeller, Mrs. Hozel, Mrs. Kadlec, Mrs. Shearer. Row 2: Mrs. Hegiaw, Mrs. 




LIBRARIANS 

With the innovation of passes to the 
library, the librarians no longer act as 
policemen to an over-sized studyhall, 
enforcing silence and two-at-a-table 
rules. Instead, by aiding students with 
reference materials, books, and maga- 
zines, as well as offering advice on the 
correct organization of a research pa- 
per, they effect a far more satisfying 
educational discipline. 



141 



1 




Division G-L (L to R): Mr. Donald Martin, Counselor; Miss Wilma Gilliam, Dean; Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor. 



Division S-Z (L to R): Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor; Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean; Mrs. Ruth Smith, Counselor. 




142 




Division A-F (L to R) Seated: 

Jean Cox, Counselor. 



Mr. Fred Johns, Dean. Standing: Miss Sue Harris, Counselor; Mr. Robert McLaughlin, Counselor; Mrs. 



Mr. John Griffin, Dean; Miss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor; Mr. Merwin Staines, 




DEANS AND COUNSELORS 

Interrupting the class, an office 
messenger brings the white or green 
summons to the student. Immediately, 
if not being tested, the recipient trav- 
els to the administration corridor and 
his division office. The green slip 
serves notice that the school bureauc- 
racy has finally caught up with him 
and his periodic cuts. The counselor 
metes out liberal detentions. The 
white pass indicates a far more per- 
sonal and helpful function of the coun- 
selor. It may represent the potential 
solution to a scheduling problem, a 
pupil-teacher conflict, or personal dif- 
ficulties. More than perfunctory po- 
licemen, the deans and counselors dis- 
cuss vital problems with the students 
of their divisions. 



143 




Ann Livingston Froncine McDonald Ronald Markwell Carole Niebes 

Kaye Madison Carol Marcus Kothertne Measomer Myra Oliver 



'Sure it's edible." Tanya Kokal demonstrates speech and cooking techniques. 




Lola Pinney 

Frank Pringle 

Leonard Robuck 



Granville Smith 

Larry Smith 

Rosemary Terongo 



ENGLISH 

The good English class evolves from 
a variety of approaches to its subject 
matter. The practical communication 
of ideas unites with imagination to 
interpret literature. Thus, rules which 
the student often thinks stifling to his 
creative instinct actually become the 
vehicle that carries his insight to its 
proper end: an effectively-written com- 
position. With the relative mastery of 
grammatical forms comes the clearer 
expression of personal insight. Stu- 
dents ask what makes Hester Prynne 
"tick." They eagerly analyze the social 
complacency of Main Street or puzzle 
out the elaborate conceits of Milton 
and Donne. Imagination subjected to 
critical thinking and correct form pro- 
duces the phenomenon that is English. 



MATH 

The math department varies both 
approach and subject matter in its 
attempts to satisfy the needs of all 
the students within the high school. 
For those planning to learn trades and 
to acquire skills, it offers programs in 
technical and shop math. For those 
planning to attend college, it offers 
courses in geometry, algebra, trigo- 
nometry, calculus, and computer pro- 
gramming. This variety of courses 
gives the college-bound students a 
foundation in abstract math and sci- 
ence, and yields to the other students 
practical backgrounds in moth. Di- 
versity, a rather un-mathematiccl con- 
cept, thus becomes the solution to the 
math department's problem of edu- 
cating all students. 




'All right, class, this is my right hand.' 



Sophomores orientated into the world of plane figures. 



Paul Avers James Cliffei 

Adrian Buerger Judith Curran 

Carl Clements Margie Gorslene 





Charles Reno 



Donald Rinkes 



Dole Thompson 



Barrie Wilson 




"You people just don't appreciate the 
beauty of the quadratic equation." 



147 



SCIENCE 

Change is a function of the mind. 
In science class, the spectrum of the 
student's knowledge constantly ex- 
pands. He encounters new situations 
and is confronted with numerous prob- 
lems, most of which seem insolvable. 
He hypothesizes. In lab he is allowed 
to test his ideas, usually with a var- 
iance in result which defies a logical 
conclusion. He moves ahead, however, 
beyond the limits of the classroom, his 
concept of science changing to include 
many related fields. He realizes that 
the science he studies in class is the 
world around him. 




LABracadabro 



Ronald Backos 
Clin Bailey 



James Calvert 
Nancy Clark 



Dale Davison 
Daniel Froncetic 
Sheldon Freedmon 
William Gall 
Dean Hawver 




Albert Judg 
Marilyn Luc 
Richard Rack 
Martin Reno 



148 




"No protests now. Stop burning your lunch pass." 



Cameron Bucklond William DeMora 

Froncine Bruening Nathoniel Dickinson 

Moses Dannenhirsh Forrest Diehl 



Edri Geiger 

Don Closer 

Ronald Harding 



Frank Hoffert 
William Lindsay 
William McCorter 



"Go ahead. Just try to teach us. Just try." 




150' 




Eilleen Marsh Wayne Smith 

Michael Raicevich Cecelia StJIIman 

Barbara Schneider Jomes Stuckey 



"All right, class, here's your movie schedule for the week.' 



History repeats itself daily. 




SOCIAL STUDIES 

Entering with his mind clear and un- 
perplexed, the student finds the dis- 
cussion topics of the social studies 
class to be of a quizzical, yet stimu- 
lating, nature. Without the incentive 
of Time magazine days and current 
events quizzes, the student is not likely 
to care about the world in terms lar- 
ger than his own scope of experience. 
The student, subjected to the intricacy 
of both current and historical events, 
is forced to become even slightly opin- 
ionated. He is given an opportunity 
to witness actual city government 
meetings so that he may understand 
the political machine that runs his 
community. Eventually he is informed 
of the practical aspects of economics, 
home and family, psychology, of world 
affairs. Whether or not he will pur- 
sue these areas, he is finally made 
aware. 



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La Guzman 
Backs to work 



Gail Atleson 
Donna Baumeister 
Ahmed Fellogue 




152 




Kathryn Gates 
Eleonoro Guzma 
Raymond Hively 



'No, I don't talk with o lithp." 



"Control panel to 3-G 



Control ponel to 3-G 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

For some, the ability to conjugate 
verbs and simultaneously manipulate 
indirect objects comes with an ease 
and understanding which is warmly 
welcomed by the instructor. Hours of 
diligent home study result in technical 
comprehension. Sessions of tope mirn- 
icry in'the lab introduce the student to 
sound phrases which, when subjected 
to endless repetition, produce fluent 
speech. For others, day after day pass- 
es with the fog of linguistical confu- 
sion only occasionally lifting. 



153 




Shorthand supplies useful skills. 



Student 32971 punches card 27492, 



Alvin Amster Clayton George 

Harold Caylor Susan Hosier 

James Furlong Frank Krpicak 





BUSINESS 

The business department is impor- 
tant in the development of future 
leaders. Whether a student ultimately 
becomes an executive in alarge firm 
or secretarial assistant, his training 
begins here. Shorthand and typing are 
the first essential skills introduced to 
the student. Economics, key punch op- 
erating, and office practice add to the 
student's knowledge. Field trips prove 
profitable to the student. He comes 
back with an insight into various as- 
pects of business. By combining actual 
work with class periods spent learning 
skills, the student learns many and 
varied techniques which will be useful 
to him in his future profession. 



thought I saw that book move ! 



Carol Williams 



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HOME ARTS 

The Home Arts student is concerned 
with more than just learning to cook 
and sew. The responsibility of shop- 
ping for groceries for foods class and 
selecting materials for clothing be- 
longs to the individual. With this re- 
sponsibility comes the realization that 
quality merchandise must be pur- 
chased while keeping within a budget. 
She learns the arts of setting an attrac- 
tive table and serving a well-balanced, 
yet attractive, meal. Her instinct for 
choosing the colors and designs which 
flatter her is developed. Interior dec- 
orating becomes a first-hand experi- 
ence when each girl constructs and 
decorates her own miniature house. 
Family Living classes introduce many 
phases of family relationships and 
child development. When a student 
completes the Home Arts curriculum, 
she is familiar with all aspects of 
home-making. 




Home Economic students acquire the art of table setting. 



"And now we take you to the white sauce where we'll meet ladybird." 




Richard Balthaser Judy Blechscinmid Ronald Chambers 



Clarence Eckert 



Kathryn Frye 





Al Galicki 


Richard Hungerford 


James Lawrence 


Catherine Newman 


Vinita O'Donnell 


James Stanley 


John Germock 


Milton Kadlec 


Embert Martin 


Herb Mold 


Allan Poklar 


Marion Thomas 



'For my next act I'll levitate the building." 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Alone, absorbed, the whine of a ma- 
chine the only sound he hears, a boy in 
woodshop bends over a jig sow and turns 
his plans intoa physical reality. Another 
boy, in automotives, listens to the 
sound of a malfunctioning engine, di- 
agnoses the irregularity, and restores 
the motor to working order. Those with 
a certain mechanical aptitude can 
study electronics or work in the ma- 
chine or metals shop. These are the 
boys to whom industrial arts classes 
are on opportunity to develop skills in 
their various fields of interest. 



157 



IM ! 





"Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So-what!" 



oom! Boom! Boom! 



MUSIC 

More than other courses, the music 
class gives the student an opportunity 
for individual expression and the sat- 
isfaction of both singular and group 
achievement. While the soothing qual- 
ity of music occasionally relaxes dis- 
cipline as well as nerves, the majority 
of the year is spent in serious vocal and 
Instrumental preparation for frequent 
school and community performances. 
The technical skills of tone, pitch con- 
trol, fingering, and phrasing accom- 
pany the responsibility of blending as 
one with the whole. 



"Gimme an E!' 






ART 

Hesitant and unsure, the art stu- 
dent applies the first brush strokes in 
a stiff, mechanical manner. Although 
he has a working knowledge of his 
tools and a background in art history 
and technique, he lacks the experience 
necessary for confidence. This gap is 
filled with countless experiments in 
smeary chalk, dripping watercolors, 
and other sticky, staining medio. Tra- 
ditional tempera will yield to the tex- 
tured effects of coffee grounds and 
kleenex combined with paint. Work- 
ing with both traditional and experi- 
mental media, the art student will ac- 
quire this confidence and, more impor- 
tant, the satisfaction of creation. 



Art in the dark 
Still in the dark 




Gertrude Hoeger 
Ted Theodore 
Fred Vollman 



159 



JOURNALISM 

With a desire to master the art of 
effective reporting, the student invades 
the journalism class. Throughout the 
year he industriously fabricates factu- 
al, unbiased news accounts, He injects 
rhythm and temfx) into his copy, futile- 
ly fighting against impending dead- 
lines. Assignments completed, he pur- 
sues the headlines which will capture 
and retain the reader's eye. The stu- 
dent successfully completes the course. 
Satisfied, he withdraws, possessing the 
ability to communicate accurately and 
interestingly with his peers. 



Just learn to park and you'll make out fine. 





. -Vc- ' 




DRIVING 

Popular because of its immense 
practical applications, driving is Eu- 
clid's only classroom in motion. Aside 
from the actual manual training, the 
instructors eagerly stress theory and 
safety. The great demand for driving 
has caused its extension into the sum- 
mer program. During the school year, 
however, the seniors may secretly re- 
joice at their preferential treatment on 
the waiting lists. This favoritism is a 
singular senior academic advantage. 
These long waiting lists are indicative 
of the importance of driver training. 



160 




Adjusted Curriculum students learn the practical skills of being a cashier. 



Machines build minds. 




READING IMPROVEMENT 

A participant in Reading Improve- 
ment possesses a pair of anonymous 
eyes and an overtaxed brain. Eager to 
read faster and to study more efficient- 
ly, and willing student can spend one 
or more of his study halls improving 
his reading skills. The Reading Lab 
isn't just another way to avoid those 
boring forty minutes in the auditorium; 
it is a place with a purpose. 

Frank Fowler Charles Lewis 




ADJUSTED CURRICULUM 

Under the guidance of instructors 
with specially adopted teaching skills, 
students of the adjusted curriculum 
classes prepare for the days beyond 
graduation- Their learning experiences 
include the usual school courses, in- 
struction in technical machines and 
the singular satisfaction of individual 
accomplishment. 



161 



NURSES 

If the student's hall pass is valid, 
he will be admitted into the dispensary. 
There, in the sterile world of methy- 
late and Johnson's sheer-strip band- 
aids, he receives aid for the finger 
he's stabbed playfully with his com- 
pass or the knee that was smashed in a 
game of field hockey. The nurse will 
ply her art, and when he leaves he will 
be repaired, armed, and ready to be- 
gin again. 




Nurses: i 

Ship up or shape out? 



Helen Wise, Mrs. Yolando Kozlowsl<i 




162 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Three staccato bursts of a teacher's 
whistle brings a frenzied rush of half- 
dressed students from the locker room. 
They are quickly sorted out and prop- 
erly aligned. After a brief exercise pe- 
riod, they dutifully follow their teach- 
er through the rituals of a scoreless 
touch football game or a stick-swing- 
ing version of field hockey. What be- 
gins as orgainzed sport frequently ends 
OS aimless, exhausting physical exer- 
cise. The bell rings, and they return 
to the sanctity of the building. 



'Now, if we can get the two bottom sections we'll hove o snowman." 



Robert Addis 
Potricia Buck 



Arlene Carter 
Harold Dougherty 



Sandra Driscoll 



Marilyn Reiff 
Howard Reminick 





Margaret Tornstrom 







163 



E-ROOM COORDINATOR 

The new student is unsure of what 
he should call Mrs. Martinson. He re- 
alizes quickly that her duties consist 
of scheduling E-Room activities, run- 
ning the fountain, and supervising the 
use of E-Room equipment. More im- 
portant , however, is her office door 
which stays open to the E-Room reg- 
ulars and their many problems. She 
ranks high as on adult friend and con- 
fidante of Euclid students. The newly- 
enlisted E-Room enthusiast hesitates, 
then dubs her "Mom". 

TREASURER 

"Do I get my bus pass in the cafe- 
teria?" a stumbling sophomore asks. 
The answer, "No — go see Mr. Coats- 
worth," sends the student wandering 
through the halls looking for him. Mr. 
Coatsworth will be found in the trea- 
surer's office next to the auditorium. 
Within, he not only issues bus passes, 
but also cashes checks and processes 
club funds. 




"Why don't we turn it on?" 



Mr. Coatsworth, Treasurer 



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164 




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Secretaries Row 

Laura Griffith 
Anne Herrick, 



Lou Terlip, Ma 
illy McRedmond, 



O'Neill, June Boyer, Rose Sbrocco, June Edwardsen, 
lonna Pintar, Margaret Madswinkle, Dorothy Stross, 



SECRETARIES 

The secretary's day begins early. She 
opens the office; things begin to move. 
Moil and the day's agenda must find 
their way to the proper desk. The IBM 
numbers of absent students must be 
registered. A student enters her office 
waving a driving permit or a cut slip 
for a class he did not cut, and she re- 
refers him to the proper person. The 
school runs on practical things which 
the secretaries efficiently handle and 
supply. Their day ends when halls and 
offices are empty. 

MAINTENANCE 

To run a school efficiently requires 
large amounts of administrative work, 
but it also requires practical mainten- 
ance. Size and complexity of the school 
add to the importance and quantity of 
this work. The boilers must function; 
the yards must be trimmed; the rooms 
must be cleaned; these and others are 
the tasks of our maintenance staff. 




Maintenance Row 1 (L to R): Rose Lavalley, Jenny Jackson, Alice Lesinsky, Mary Berus. Row 2: Frances 
Marn, Rose Brancely, Rose Trivisonno, Ann Gienieo, Patricia Clark, Mary Powell. Row 3: Josephine Cos- 
tango, Angela Konte, Ann Adler, Kathryn Misiaszek, Abe Volk, Louie DeMore. 




166- 




ACTIVITIES 




168 




The school remains open until 
ten o'clock primarily for night 
school, but a perceptive observer 
will note the presence of a younger 
set among the dreary-eyed moon- 
lighting Kent Extensionists who 
file out of the building. The 
younger set, however, is just as 
dreary-eyed, but a bit more jovial. 
This hungry group could be mem- 
bers of the Student Council deco- 
rating committee killing a Friday 
night to prepare for a dance, or 
Key Clubbers, Spirits, and Science 
Seminar bugs attending their 
weekly meetings. 

For various reasons students sac- 
rifice grades, week nights, study 
halls, and early dinners in order 
to sell cookies at bake soles, tutor 
students in Algebra, work repair- 
ing kiddies' toys, or practice for 
the sophomore play. His reasons 
for sacrifice are personal. He may 
dread the homey odor of boiling 
cabbage, or his mother's incessant 
nagging. His homework becomes 
less of a reality when his mind is 
occupied with the minor problems 
of book balancing the club trea- 
sury. He joins his club in anticipa- 
tion of reward, expecting an ex- 
change, his efforts for satisfac- 
tion. His goal may be the member- 
ship role of Notional Honor So- 
ciety, or a less selfish intangible. 
He expands his knowledge of 
sciences or social studies. He 
learns how to get along and how to 
humor, how to cajole, and how to 
treat success. His activity rewards 
him with relaxation and a small 
degree of happiness. 




Darlene Lipovec, Co-Editor 



Survey Editorial Staff Row 1 (L to R): Marilyn Surtz, Darlene Lipovic. Row 2: Russ Leisenheimer, Glenn Forsythe, Greg Mucce, 
Dennis Lefond, Dan Jezerinoc, Mr. Smith, Advisor. Row 3: Nancy Hagstrond, Pat Znidarsik, Barb Elgin, Barbe Riebe, 
Carol Wojcik, Tom Holloway. Row 4: Margaret Neilson, Brian Ross, Werner Lindquist. 




170 




Marilyn Surtz, Co-Editor 

Survey takes its revenge on a superior publicotion. 




SURVEY EDITORIAL 

Earnest industry collides with a con- 
tagious silliness. The unique result is 
the Survey. Submerged in the carnival 
effects of their multi-colored attempts 
at interior decoration, the Survey edi- 
torial staff gaily creates its eighteen 
issues. Staffers continually interrupt 
themselves to devour cookies, run up 
the hall and antagonize the Euclidian 
staff, or peel the paste-up glue off 
their hands. This year a highly-prized 
radio blares the static after school ac- 
companiment to the Surrey's original 
brand of organization. Somewhere be- 
tween the clowning, the Survey staff 
works. They must, for they produce a 
quality publication. The Euclidian will 
not divulge when or how, and destroy 
Survey's image. 




"Mr. Smith, we didn't realize 

SURVEY BUSINESS 

The refrain of familiar folk songs 
permeates the Survey area on Friday 
afternoons. Sustained by songs and 
cheers, the workers strive to finish the 
programs before the game. Aside from 
such Friday night diversions, the Sur- 
vey business staff industriously con- 
ducts a successful campaign in both 
the selling and the distribution of the 
issues. When the bi-weekly Survey 
reaches subscribers, a business staffer 
provides a human touch to the cold ex- 
change of the credit card and black 
and white folded paper. 



Judy Eichberger, Circulatic 




172 




student Council Row 1 (L to R): Margaret Nielson, Wendy Brown, Cheryl Reed, Linda Lackner, Marguerite Ehlert, Barb Wince, Luci Oliverio, Cindy 
Filler, Nancy Hagstrand, Barb Martin, Joonn Svetin, Sue Frost, Becky Pate. Row 2: Sharon Gerl, Margaret Pograis, Pat Zupancic, Shirley Krapence, 
Karen Lobas, Borb Romoser, Luvy Stucki, Shelley Spellman, Judy Perko, Tanya Kokal, Jill Haddock, Sharon Visoky. Row 3: Bill Millar, Helen Cim- 
balos, Vicki Takocs, Betty Schwane, Sandra Petite, Kathy Launch, Donna Capello, Barb Riebe, Arrilla Casey, Connie Gregoi 



McKee, Mike Thayer, Roz Stuzen, Jim Albir 
Row 5: Ken Mantey, Tom Renninger. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Student government at Euclid has 
been faced with a series of problems: 
a disinterested student body, lock of 
'money-making projects, no feasible 
service programs, and constant re- 
quests by other organizations for 
money. The general consensus was 
that in a school of our size, with the 
facilities available, there was nothing 
left to be done. This fallacy was dis- 
proved by this year's council. The 
council organized dances, collecting 
clothing for children in Appaiachia, 
formed a committee to obtain senior 
privileges, stirred school spirit, and 
enlarged E-Room dancing privileges. 
Accomplishment characterized the 
trend of student government. 



Carol Frank, Lmda 



Student Coun 



e, Robin Conti, Dan Kovatch, Joyce Yanchar, Mondy Birr, Barb Zele. 

Board Row 7 (L to R): Wendy Brown, Bill Millar, Judy Rohrer, 
1. Row 2: Leslie McArthur, Barbara Bernlohr, Maureen Trotto. 

'oula Redding, Luci Oliverio 





stamp Club (L to R): Mr. Dickinson, Doug Hockle, Wayne Karberg, Mr. George, Gary Lukat, Cliff Plott. 



STAMP CLUB 

The world's mail pouches are the 
hunting grounds of a stamp collector. 
Euclid's Stamp Club consists of a 
handful of members that spends Wed- 
nesday evenings pouring over a stamp's 
watermarks, perforations, and issue 
dates. A desire to learn about other 
countries and the possible profits of 
a rare find, explain the philatelist's 
passion over a postage stamp. 



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CHESS CLUB 



Kt-QB3, Q-K6 ck., Kt-KI, Q-KB7 ck. 
mt. To the unknowing and uninitiat- 
ed, this strange notation holds no 
special meaning. To a member of the 
chess club, however, it signifies the con- 
clusion of another struggle between 
mock armies upon the confines of the 
chess board. More than a juvenile pre- 
occupation, chess materially represents 
the strategems of the combatitive mind. 

STAGE CREW 

After school, on Saturdays, and dur- 
ing rehearsals for weeks before a play, 
the stage crew hammers and saws, con- 
structing walls and stairways. The 
stage-hand sizes a flat, creating an 
orange and purple canvas wonder. Ev- 
entually the flat becomes part of the 
tediously-stenciled interior of a set, as 
personal whims are stifled to conform 
with the director's instructions. Even 
with the set completed, the crew can't 
relax for a performance. Sound ef- 
fects, lighting, and the care of props 
during a play comprise a large part of 
their duties. 




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Chess Club Row 1 (L to R): Dennis Bush, Ton 
Morris, Vince Monateri, Duone Jarc, Ron Havener, 



Lewis, Quentin Stout, Bob Fiorelli. Row 2: Torr 



Stage Crew (L to R): Greg Sweigert, Bruce Lamb, Larry Shirk, Dan Wotkins, Bob Edwardson, Bill Dornbusch 




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Folk Club Row 1 (L to R): Gail Booth, Sue Albrecht, Lindo Juratovacs, Sherry Salisbury, Lorelee Semick, 
Laura Bucknot, Denise Frak, Donna Dougherty. Row 2: Jim Albini, Sandy Hall, Bill Hasselbach, Pat 
Gibbons, Beth Acks, Linnea Purvis, Belinda Gromley, Ginny Somes, Kathy Salisbury, Dan Watkins. 



Folk Club Executive Board (L to R): Sherry Solisberry, President, Jii 
sentative, Mrs. Hoeger, Sponsor, Ginny Somes, Vice-President. 



Albini, Student Council Repre- 




FOLK CLUB 

Though Bob Dylan ceased to be the 
rage among purists, Euclid's Folk Club 
still found him to be an exceptional 
folk singer. Unable to bring him to 
their meetings to perform, as they had 
done with many less-noted folk singers, 
they brought in record albums and lis- 
tened to them instead. A purist might 
have frowned, but Euclid's club does 
not wish to be o club of purists. It's 
content to worship traditional folk 
music, dulcimers, and six-string 
guitars. 




Girl's Concert Choir Row 1 (L to R): Sherry Wohl, Karen Reinbolt, Chris Geer, Vickie Stevens, Clora Hille, Mary McDougal, Gail Booth, Judy Perko, Dale Rocich, 
Denise Scheurman, Linda Reed, Sue Buchwald, Donna Burris, Pat Telich, Borb Habe, Arlene Lach, Sharon Violanti, Barb Metz, Agnes Skully, Gloria Weber, 
Cheryl Keyes, Donna Ponke, Kathy Turner, Sandra Callow. Row 2: Donna Wilbraham, Nancy Geer, Ginny Lenarsic, Patsy Walters, Eva Hignite, Betty Grigonis, 
Roevern Bodmer, Nancy Schubert, Adrienne Wells, Linda Pozun, Maureen Horton, Barb Taylor, Jeanette Nemeth, Gloria Nalepa, Linda Burkhart, Penny Miller, 
Gloria DeMorio, Judy Johnson, Karen Skolaris, Kothy Folk, Gerrie Nielsen, Sharon Pawlechko, Kathy Lutz, Debbie Detweiler. Row 3: Denise Perovsek, Carol 
Vehov.c, Donno Yopko, Martie Wilder, Linda Senger, Joyce Stimac, laurie Sickler, Becky Otcasek, Pat Faiken, Debbie Davidson, Vishna Franic, Karen Shook, 
Karen Katona, Beth Heqiow, Joan Kadow, Carol Schubert, Linda Cochran, Leslie Edwards, Sandy Cochran, Lucy Stucki, Candy Conley, Sandy Kavel, Marty 
Lennon. Row 4: Linda McLaughlin, Kathy Olds, Judy Klonn, Martie Wiehn, Marie Tancredi, Carol Lube, Janet McCauley, Donna Phillips, Jackie Harris, Morilyn 
Braun, Mary Lou Cater, Terry Rechner, Sue Gustetic, Cindy Sak, Sandra Hall, Carlten Almbren, Barb Samsa, Gail Kehres, Leslie Stratton, Barb Reed, Monica 
Enders, Denise Frak, Janice Bradshaw, Jan Walker, Sue Kapler. Row 5: Cheryl Brown, Kathy Yonchar, Lorraine Kuret, Barb Bowman, Sue Land, Noreen 
Benvenuto, Mary Ann Cherney, Rosemary Stermone, Lynne Climo, Alice Cercek, Linda Horsey, Bonnie Champa, Marianne Garling, Carol Sestok, Carol Emmert, 
Lynn Sweigert, Rosemary Scott, Jackie Mason, Becky Kopferer, Kathy Krall, Joanne Bjlicic, Gretchen Ulstrom, Carol Hitchcock, Marge Jarvis, Barb Martin, Judy 
Wright, Debbie Beckwith, Debbie Mihocik. 



CHOIRS 



In vocal music, a simple melody is 
revised into a complicated score with 
a variety of parts. Aspiring singers re- 
hearse countless scores until they are 
able to sing every note correctly and 
vibrantly. After working on dynamics, 
the blurred faces sitting in the Choral 
Room are transformed into melodious 
beings permitted to perform in public. 
During programs, nervous apprehen- 
sion is multiplied by sixty-odd girls, un- 
sure sophomores, and three shy men's 
sections. One dynamic director mas- 
ters the singers' individual spirits, 
channelling anxieties into the exhil- 
erating force which adds vitality to 
performance. 




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Codet Choir Row 1 (L to R): Barb Monohan, Sally Rogell, C. B. Tannehill, Jill Damberger, Laurel 
Wornke, Chris Reinwald, Sue Obreza, Laurel Abraham, Candy Scheurman, Janet Kozak, Lynne Bona, 
Laurel Letney, Cathy Lovin, Jane Jaquays, Robbie Anderson. Row 2: Marlaine Ryan, Pot Gibbons, 
Barb Dongress, Sandy Brachlow, Karen Silsby, Bonnie Dietrich, Sue Simon, Peggy Lovick, Chuck 
Koelling, Dave Lawrence, Jeff Lick, Bob Moskowitz, Peggy Zust, Kathy Frederico, Laurel Gulick, 
Karen Lobas, Pat Zupanc. Row 3: Eva Zucker, Diane Moats, Kathy Kochevor, Nancy Williams, 
Jennifer Aultz, Dannie Dugan, Jay Messner, Chris Cameron, Rick Thomas, Spiros Gonakis, Roger 
Munson, Cheri Kitko, Karen Zelman, Sallie Shemkunas, Pat Ellison, Nancy Winters, Rose Morton, 
Kathy Aufmuth. Row 4: Sue Hathaway, Ellen Mizner, Karen Braddock, Kathy Braddock, Bonnie 
Newton, Leslie Robinson, Lenore Buchholz, Ed Breese, Fred Minis, Tim Lawler, Martin Eble, Bill 
Bessire, Guy Mclntyre, Elaine Underkofler, Linda Tucci, Sue Sivic, Pat Mehollin, Nancy Edwards. 
Row 5: Judy Straughon, Shay Krejci,' Dennis Berardinelli, Jeff Bish, Bob Sweet, Paul Nielsen, Terry 
Rieder, Doug Carney, Jim Davis, Bob Smith, John Francis, Dennis Lavorgna, Dean Bammerlin, Rick 
Brown, Randy Cebul, Barb Palmer, Barb Benson. Row 6: Kendall Stauffer, Bob Willett, Dale Pekrul, 
Mark Pena, Mike Harris, Bob Homilton, Tim Brennan, Mike Perry, Ray Clancy, Bob Motetich, Tony 
Petro, Louis Stevens, Bonnie Perpot, Sherri Dorn, Peg Brigden. 



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Choral Masters Row 1 (L to R): Nancy Kaselak, Beth Hodder, Gloria Capretti, Linda Himes, Carleen 
Mack, Diane Frank, Karen Baur, Pat Friedman, Jill Jondo, Sue Chandler, Linda Jerse, Donna Serksnis, 
Carol Heinz, Vartha Ross, Judi Sherwood, Ginny Cibbs, Laura Haytas, Cynthia Grant, Georgeann Orlando, 
Connie Beckwith. Row 2: Nancy Hagstrand, Kathy Pausic, Judy Whitney, Cynthia Mavec, Chip Roberts, 
Cheryl Gillesp:e, Linda Kodow, Marcia Chapmen, Carol Frank, Cec Hunt, Tanya Kokal, Judi Brown, 
Cookie Hudock, Carol Hayward, Donna Dougherty, Pat Letanosky, Debbie Van Korngut, Barb Frizzell, 
Barb Eglin, Linda Akraboff. Row 3: Margaret Nielsen, Marsha Dunker, Sheryl dicker, Carol Wortman, 
Marsha Beery, Pat Rock, Cheryl Oyler, Lorraine Parulis, Sue Albrecht, Kathy Calvert, Karen Lmgenfelter, 
Betty Hudson, Solly Ferris, Goil Bahr, Barb Zele, Dawn Jockson, Marsha Hodakievic, Rosemary Kozar, 
Doriene Gortz, Pam Morgheret, Carol Whittaker. Row 4: Pat Mann, Dave Russell, Bob Pignatiello, Dick 
Tiderman, Fronk Motch, Steve Zdara, Bob Troop, Tom Seddon, Bill Hosselbach, Bill MocDonald, Jim 
Brown, John Lipnicki, Marty Frank, Chuck McLaughlin, Cliff Plott, Jim Deviney, Randy Price, Mark 
Capretta, John Arko, Pat Znidarsic, Donna Fink. Row 5: Ron Sweed, Tom Borker, Bob Vicic, Jim Klopovic, 
Rick Yager, Ray Brow, Doug Hackle, Steve Kirk, Tom Boyce, Joel Sarich, Neil Blasse, Don Miller, Harold 
Glenn, Greg Pike, Lorry Grigsby, Dave Heuer, Jeff Carrish, Dave Gubonc, Jerry Suhar, Jim Baron, Dan 
Hoffman, John Ruszin, Jim Morino. 

Chorol Masters Executive Boord Row 1 (L to R): Greg Pike, Diane frank, Sally Ferris, Carol Frank, 
Cec Hunt. Row 2: Bob Vicic, Dan Hoffman, Joel Sarich, Jim Marino, Barb Zele, Dawn Jackson, 




CHORAL MASTERS 



The Masters assemble third period 
every day, motivated by a common in- 
terest; to be Euclid's outstanding choral 
group. Regardless of motivating inter- 
est, confusion invariably descends up- 
on mixed choir of over one hundred 
students. Section leaders try to un- 
scramble the attendance slips, while 
singers impatiently fold and unfold 
the collapsible arms of their chairs. 
Noisily, restlessly, they wait to be led. 
The transformation begins when Mr. 
T. converts musical goals into more 
basic terms. "Vitality through sup- 
port" means get your gut under it. 
Popular tunes solve the problem of har- 
mony. The seconds pit the intervals 
of "Here comes the Bride" against the 
tenor's rendering of the "Old Oaken 
Bucket." The Masters catch on. Pres- 
sures of a performance convert persis- 
tent flatting to a surprisingly pleas- 
ant harmony. The group lapses per- 
iodically into the lethargy of justified 
satisfaction, then noisily and ener- 
getically accepts the challenge of 
music. 




Bond Sergeants (L to R): Joel Sarich, 



lillie, Tom Payne. 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 

Composed of o group of band rooms, 
the instrumental complex opens the 
day with a slightly sharp B-flat Con- 
cert scale and closes with a lone clari- 
net's melancholy wail. Chronologically, 
instrumental music begins with the 
glorious marching season, accompan- 
ied by glorious chapped lips and 
delicious hot orange drink. An intense- 
ly spirited group, all members submit 
to Euclid Roulette, the completely 
wrong marching Bibles, and a demand- 
ing director. Quickly, the big-bond 
blare is exchanged for a polished con- 
cert style. Musicians replace marchers. 
Weekly sectionals and challenges 
break the monotony of forty-minute 
rehearsals. Beer-hall saxes are tenderly 
coaxed into mezzo forte during pianis- 
simo passages. Early shaky perform- 
ances are forgotten as individuals prac- 
tice and practice. But the practice 
rooms aren't always overflowing. In- 
stead, the bandsmen's experiences fre- 
quently are frivolous. The distinctive 
society remains an enigma only to the 
uninitiated. Sacrificing individualty, 
members unite talents to create. 





CONCERT BAND 



TENOR SAXOPHONE: 

Randy Kuznik 
Dave Pulforak 
BARITONE SAXOPHONE: 

Rick Holloway 
CORNET: 

Neil Blasse 

Tom Holloway 

Dave Huncharek 

Dave Kershaw 

Dave Kurrent 

Burks Oakley 

Dudley Prisel 

Joel Sarich 
FRENCH HORN: 

Jim Campbell 

Harry Deckmon 

Patti Gingell 

Linda Holly 

Rich Preztak 

Tom Renninger 

Dove Schaser 

Carol Smith 
TROMBONE: 

Ronald Cooney 

Tim Masek 

Wayne O'Neill 

Marc Steindler 

Leroy Williams 
BARITONE: 

Tom Campbell 

Greg Mucci 

Tom Payne 

Steve Soloky 

Jim Zoller 
TUBA: 

Werner Lindquist 

Bill Millar 

Martha Ross 

Dennis Sutton 
STRING BASS: 

Tom Lewis 

Pot Mann 
PERCUSSION: 

George Bilyk 

Russ Kane 

Greg Pike 

Bill Srnick 

Jerry Tomko 



FLUTE: 

Diane Bryan 

Judy Coolidge 

Carole Neumeyer 

Cynthia Phelps 

Nancy Robb 

Sandy Skrij 

Claudia Stollings 

Marilyn Surtz 

Peggy Wittenmeyer 
OBOE: 

Bill Baillie 

Barbara Butt 

Kothy Hayes 
CLARINET: 

Anthony Bonanno 

Ruth Bronstead 

Walter Bubley 

Jill Janda 

Diane Karrer 

Jim Kershaw 

Vic Markovich 

Glenn Miller 

Lucille Oliverio 

Chuck Pereksta 

David Rebeck 

Paula Redding 

Mike Savarin 

Linda Scheibel 

Trudy Tolar 

Jon Tuckerman 

Cathy Wassil 

Judy Whitney 

Morion Zq)c 
ALTO CLARINET: 

Paula Kuchling 

Art Yerty 
BASS CLARINET: 

Jim Knight 

Ron Lewis 
BASSOON: 

Jerry Kirchner 

Robert Modic 

Quentin Stout 
ALTO SAXOPHONE: 

Ron Abroms 

Pot Meighon 

Robert Rose 

Jack Strok 



Chevrons Row 1 (L to R): Pat Meighan, Glenn Miller, Bill Baillie, David Rebeck, Vic 
Markovich, Burks Oakley, Joel Sanch. Row 2: Judy Coolidge, Peggy Wittenmyer, Marilyn 
Surtz, Jill Janda, Sandy SkrIj, Barbara Butt. 






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ORCHESTRA 



CADET BAND 



FLUTE: 

Douglas Cooney 

Priscilla Dickinson 

Carole Fierle 

Susan Frost 

Betsy Gaydos 

Bonnie Gilles 

Beth Hamby 

Rosemarie JozbinskI 

Barboro Nason 

Elaine Sabo 

Jane Telling 
CLARINET: 

Martha Bartel 

Wayne Cetinich 

Pamela Cooney 

Jim Davis 

Karen Hennie 

Dorothy Hocevar 

Dale Kalamosy 

Anito Pesec 

Joe Sanda 

Barbara Seifert 
BASS CLARINET: 

Mary Margaret Tucci 
OBOE: 

Janice Birr 

Phyllis Dickinson 

Sharon Kelly 
BASSOON: 

Cindy Boillie 

Shelly Tarantino 
ALTO SAXOPHONE: 

Larry Anderson 

Lee McBride 

Sandra Norris 

David Virginia 

Ken Warren 

Jerry Zimmerman 
TENOR SAXOPHONE: 

Frank Botz 

Tim Dular 

John Petro 
BARITONE SAXOPHONE: 

Ken Kelember 



CORNET: 

Dan Barrick 
Dave Barrick 
Derrell Capes 
Al St. John 
Les Sherman 
Wayne Streble 
Vince Troven 
Robert Watts 

FRENCH HORN: 
Douglas Kelley 
Loura Maaswinkel 
David Wotterman 

BARITONE: 
Ed Barrett 
Jock McKee 
Mike Sikora 

TUBA: 

Steve Soloky 

TROMBONE: 
Leigh Thomas 

PERCUSSION: 
Roger Antonick 
Tom Barker 
Harold Bork 
Jim Francis 
Al Horvoth 
Keith McManns 
Jim Shilander 



VIOLIN: 

Lisa Bailey 
Janet Basa 
Gail Booth 
Bryan Dadlow 
Richard Dvorak 
Judy Gasper 
Sarah Goslee 
Linda Herak 
Mary Ellen Jaklic 
Dawn Kepets 
Chris Kowicki 
Pam Madden 
Carol Pograis 
Margaret Pograis 
Jim Schutte 
Nancy Tionello 
Dan Watkins 

VIOLA: 

Janice Birr 
Glen Forsythe 
Mary Macke 

CELLO: 

Barb Gilles 
Dale Nemeth 

BASS: 

Richard Baranowski 
George Carter 
Tom Lewis 

PIANO: 

Sue Williams 



FLUTE: 

Judy Coolidge 
Douglas Cooney 
Bonnie Gilles 
Carol Neumeyer 
Cindy Phelps 
Peggy Wittenmyer 

OBOE: 

Bill Bailie 
Laurie Harris 

CLARINET: 

Jill Janda 
Diane Karrer 
Vic Markovich 

SAXOPHONE: 

Ron Abroms 
Randy Kuznik 
Pat Mann 
Lelond McBride 
Dave Pultorak 
Bob Rose 

CORNET: 

Neil Blasse 
Dave Ranker 
Joel Sarich 

FRENCH HORN: 

Dave Schaser 

TROMBONE: 

Tim Masek 
Wayne O'Neil 

PERCUSSION: 

George Bilyk 



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FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 

Alone with a problem, a textbook, 
and her pupil, the FT. A, member 
learns as she tutors. The frustrations 
born of the inability to communicate 
the fundamentals of a subject become 
a reality to her. As she works with 
her pupil, she develops a way of trans- 
mitting her own understanding. Re- 
lentless effort from both aspiring 
teacher and student end with the sat- 
isfaction of minimal goals. 




F.T.A. Executive Board Row 1 

Peggy Wittenmyer, Sharon Gerl 
Treasurer; Linda Koeth, Carol Fra 
Judy Whitney, President; Joyce Yc 



(L to R): Barbette Davidson, Marilyn Surtz, Row 2 


Linda Jerse 


Secretary; Ginny Novince. Row 3: Betsy Gaydos 


Judy Perko 


nk. Row 4: Tanya Kokal, Nancy Hagstrand, Historian 


Jill Goodwin 


anchor, Vice-President. 





F.T.A. Seniors Row 1 (L to R): Laura Bcuman, Becky Rupert, Marie Morko, Pot Weber, Jane Horvat, 
Dinah Tannenbaum, Kothy Benda, Gail Bahr, Cathie McGraw, Pat Gregic. Row 2: Barbette Davidson 
Paulette Kuchling. Terry Stepic, Leslie Cook, Trudy Tolar, Marie Toncredi, Carol Wojcik, Judy Eichberger 
Tom Milavec, Stephanie Cardullios, Storlyn Hudec, Cathie Wills. Row 3: Jean Link Carol Miller Jeon 
Baker, Jill Malkas, Darlene Lipovec, Sharon Visoky, Jean Schultz, Jan Wolfenberg, Jill Haddock, 'Sandy 
Ginny Novinc, Donna Huebner, Carol Probert, Sharon Rutkie, Mary Ann Mukavetz, Larry 



Hall, 
N 



rth, Cecile Rii 



Didi, 




F.T.A. Juniors and Sophomores Row 1 (L to R): Shirley Krapence, Kathy Pausic, Mary MacDougall, Kothy Discenzo, Karen Shook, Marilyn Mann, Karen Skolaris, 
Carol Pred, Jill Goodwin, Nancy Hagstrand, Goil Polly, Sharon Paulechko, Debbie Noderer, Pot Telich, Lynne Bona, Beth Hamby, Kothy Marten. Row 2: Kothy 
Calvert, Martie Wiehn, Clara Hiile, Cindy Sak, Eva Gustetic, Pom Long, Carol Hitchcock, Donna Phillips, Peggy Tarantino, Betty Gngonis, Karen Katono, Barb 
Wile, Joanne Allchin, Gloria DeMorio, Gloria Weber, Elaine Sabo. Row 3: Claudia Stallings, Rosemorie Grabitz, Sally Gulich, Pott Griftin, Mary Ellen Jaklic, Mary 
Ellen Garisek, Jill Jando, Diono Loeth, Kothy Somrals, Linda Zadd, Rose Morton, Karen Karberg, Barb Reed, Solli Shemkunas, Karen Holodniok, Sue Simon, 
Marian ZojC, Row 4: Carolyn Kostansek, Dorothy Urboncic, Sherry Macaul, Linda Koeth, Dottie Vo|tek, Rosemorie Jazbinski, Sharon Anderson, Sue Chandler, 
Carol Henikman, Shelley Spellman, Mike Harris, Jon Bradshow, Bonnie Dietrich , Sandy Doles, Debbie Davidson, Barb Shenk, Laura Forsythe. Row 5: Jan Ehlert, 
Lynn Horsey, Carol Ivancic, Linda Kopniske, Linda Doiley, Leslie McArthur, Diane Karrer, Sherry Wielond, Pamela Madden, Robert Sikorski, Cathleen Clements, 
Monica Naworki, Bob Wallace, Richard Schneider. 





F.N.C. Row 1 {L to R): Rosemary Kozar, Sharon Tharp, Srgi Stephens, Becky Pate, Ginny Cibbs, Donna 
Fink, Diane Fellmon, Susanne Fryer, Kathy Moore, Diane Hannan, Row 2: Carol Heinz, Donna Pisnar, 
Marilyn Mann, Jackie Cabala, Nancy Robb, Jeonette Lewis, Barbara Emser, Nancy Schubert, Rosemarie 
Grabitz, Cathy David, Kathy Callahan, Holly Kulka. Row 3: Pat Geddis, Joan Prileson, Mary Jo Klocker, 
Terry Rechner, Andi Vidmar, Pat Schneider, Diane Dryer, Laura Bucknot, Sue Frost, Carole Caghan 
Row 4: Kathleen Boyd, Carlene Almgren, Judy Sherwood, Nancy Havener, Dorothy Hocevar, Karen Hennie, 
Rosemory Klancar, Nancy Bir, Mary Blazek, Cheryl Brown. Row 5: Eileen Roth, Cmdy Phelps, Margaret 
Pograis, Dottie Vo)tek, Potti Gingell, Carol Ivancic, Linda Kopniske, Janis Essex, Judy Luckay, Carol Kovacic. 



F.N.C. Officers (L to R): Pom Margheret, Secretory; Pat Znidarsic, President; Marilyn 
McBride, Vice-President; Not present: Noreen Cavan, Treasurer. 




FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

A little girl first realizes her nursing 
aspirations on a battered doll that 
somehow survives her first clumsy ban- 
dages. As she matures, she herself 
struggles to survive chemistry and ad- 
vanced biology. She spends her free 
time working as a member of F.N.C. 
Attending lectures and planning fre- 
quent mass attacks on hospitals she 
prepares for her profession. In the Fu- 
ture Nurses Club she becomes aware 
of stiff requirements that she will have 
to endure before a starched uniform 
is an integral part of her life. 



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Friendship Club Sophomores Row 1 (L to R): Janice Birr, Mary MacDougall, Clara Hille, Bonnie Vandeveer, Sybil Tetrick, Clorabeth Tannehill, Laurie Letney, 
Laurel Gulick, Sandy Brachlow, Vicki Stevens, Pat Zupanc, Peggy Zust, Beth Hornby, Donna Ponke, Chris Reinwald. Row 2: Jane Jaqugvs, Cindy Conley, Karen 
Silsby, Cindy Fried, Pot Meholin, Rose Morton, Sandy Kavel, Kathy Carpenter, Borb Monohon, Jon Subel, Sue Sivik, Sherry Grimes, Peggy Lovick, Noncy Edwards, 
Vishna Franic, Pot Faiken, Blonche Pierce, Karen Lobos. Row 3: Solli Shemkunos, Kothy Laurich, Elaine Sabo, Margy Porter, Denise Frak, Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat, Sue 
Sterlekor, Linda Pozun, Margie Costello, Sharon Erickson, Cathy Moore, Maryann Kohut, Dolores Kozar, Karen Karberg, Susan Hewitt, Gen Adamich. Row 4: Kathy 
Yanchor, Donna Plickert, Lucy Stucki, Sandy DiNardo, Sandy Doles, Linda Zodd, Bonnie Newton, Beth Heglaw, Barbara Reed, Betty Grigonis, Eva Hignite, Sandy 
Vrh, Sue Gustetic, Kathie Wilber, Lenore Bucholz, Judy Johnson, Gloria DeMario, Pat Steigouf. Row 5: Miss Marsh (Advisor), Fran Roberts, Pot Walker, Marion 
Reinke, Sue Kapler, Ellen Mizner, Shirley Chisholm, Kathy Kadlec, Monica Naworski, Linda Senger, Cindy Sak, Robbie Redfield, Barb Samsa, Colleen Skonier. 
Sandy Teshner, Peg Brigden, Rose Kimosh, Carol Hitchcock, Mary Lou Stohre, Linda Beechuk. 




Senior Friendship Club Row 1 (L to R): Linda Scharlau, Sandy Schwabauer, Kathy Benda, Donna Malz, Jane Puncoh, Shirley Magnani, Linda 
Kovach, Janet Kerzisnik, Cecilia Land, Mary Kastelic, Judy Francis, Vicki Takacs. Row 2: Betty Hudson, Jan Brazalovics, Shirley Humbert, 
Carol Oznowich, Linda Lackner, Dorothy Pozun, Pom Morgheret, Gail Bohr, Elaine Bubonics, Carol Bell, Vicki Russell. Row 3: Elaine 
Grigos, Sidney Kellerman, Elaine Belpuisi, Renee Redfield, Maureene Otis, Jean Ulle, Mila Templeton, Tanya Kokal, Sharon Lang, Jill 
Haddock, Pat Donner, JoAnn Waichunas, Cheryl Kostick, Donna Pisnar, Sandra Hamilton. Row 4: Miss Tocco (advisor), Barb Doles, Hazel Barn- 
hart, Cheryel lafelice, Carol Paik, Robin Conti, Sandy Kormendi, Joyce Yanchor, Barb Zele, Marsha Hodokievic, Carlene Almgren, Donna 
Helmick, Lori Slaby, Sandi Andrulis, Linda Baran, Toni Odda, Donna Mates, Joan Reiter, Cheryl Grzsik, Helen Cimbalos. 





Friendship Club Juniors Row 1 (L to R): Pom Walker, Sharon Violanti, Judy Perko, Barb Martin, Trudy Goodwin, Jill Goodwin, Peggy Torantino, Marilyn 
Perko, Kathy Pausic, Gail Polly, Nancy Schutt, Karen Skolaris, Nancy Smerdel, Marilyn Mann, Michele Scacco, Lynn Saulisberry, Theresa Zupancic, Barb Emser, 
Gerri Artz, Kathy Discenzo. Row 2: Janice Anderson, Donna Bashel, Noreen Rossi, Teri Testa, Pam Budinsky, None! Kane, Sandy Cochran, Donna Daugherty, Linda 
Cochran, Pat Doyle, Virginia Dadante, Mortie Wiehn, Nancy Kocjancic, Dorothy Urbancic, Dorothy Kolegar, Holly Kulka, Luci Oliverio, Carol Schmidt, Katie 
Kalan. Row 3: Sharon Anderson, Beth Acks, Carolyn Kostansek, Linda Pestotnik, Barbara Bowman, Sue Siefert, Pot Sinclair, Joann Svetin, Judy Luckay, 
Chris Kowicki, Luba Hadzima, Sherry Macaul, Pamela Madden, Patt Griffin, Norene Skerly, Shirley Krapence. Row 4: Marian Schwarz, Marg Jarvis, Laurie 
Haytas, Maryann Cherney, Sherry Wieland, Linda Doljack, Kathy Batich, Rene Ames, Carol Wasnac, Karen Andrews, Carol Kovacic, Sue Christie, Lynn 
Hoisey, Donna Capello, Laurie Harris, Debby Beckwith. 



Friendship Execul-ive Boord (L to R): Roz Stuzen, Jan Bradshaw, Barb Nason, 
Linda Jerse, Lynn Gulich, Cindy Piller, Jeanne Allchin, Donna Phillips, Leslie 
McArthur, Marianne Garling, Barb Wile, Michele Svigel, Ann Trommetter. 




FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

Re-establishing the purpose of 
Friendship, this year's members justi- 
fiably equated their organization with 
service. The club informally adopted 
Parmadale Home as their project. Al- 
though the Christmas party in the E- 
Room for over one hundred children 
highlighted their efforts, the club did 
not function seasonally. Members 
devoted many weekend afternoons 
reading to and playing with the young 
Parmadale children. The Friendship 
Formal became a deserved climax to 
their service record. 



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KEY CLUB 

When faced with the problem of 
what to do with the largest Key Club 
in International, one type of activity 
provided most of the solution: let's 
hove a party. Though never the prod- 
ucts of great planning, the parties al- 
ways supplied enough activity among 
the members of this service organiza- 
tion to keep them interested. An in- 
terested membership is always willing 
to serve, both community and potato 
chips. 




Key Club Executive Board (L to R): Tom Kren, 
Vice-President; Paul Gyongyos, Second Vice-Presider 
Director; Mr. Beachom, Kiwanis Advisor; Jock Farr 
Rattini, Treasurer. 



Class Director; 
ox. Secretary; Gli 
lirector; Bill Millt 



Tom Seddon, First 
en Forsythe, Senior 
zr, President; Tony 



Key Club Row 1 (L to R): Randy Price, Tony 
Cox, Glenn Forsyttie, Tom Seddon, Jack Farrill, Tom Kr 
Leber, John Curtis, Rick Gallogtier, Dove Zuro, Bob Vic 
Vandeveer, John Crawford, John McKiernon, Eric Carlsor 
Yager, Jim Francis, Jim Moore, Greg Pike, Lorry Neu 
Yanchar, Roy Brow, Steve Lowry, Dave Kurrent, Barry 
Bayer, Tom Campbell, Kim Kimberly, Bill Cothcort, Jim 
Kirk, Rick Hollowoy, Row 4: Al Hangen, Tom Boyce, J 
Chuck McCracken, Dick Kolesor, Bob Troop, Rick Tidern 
Hotter, Tom White, Paul ^ ' ' 



Bill Millor, Paul Gyongyos, Tor 



2: Dan 



atch, Je 



n Holloway, Chuck 
ry Blackford, Paul 
Bill Kentner, Mike 



ic, Jake Causs, Don Sto 
1, Jim Forristell, Don Hoffman, Ron Karash, Rick 
virth, Joel Sorich. Row 3: Paul Houser, Rollie 
Bolka, Don Rolla, Mike Thayer, A! Smith, Steve 
Kershaw, Lelond McBride, Wayne Streble, Steve 
ock Strok, Steve Fox, Mark Capretta, Brian Cox, 
ion, Jim Simone, Bob Pignatiello, Jeff May, Paul 



Gory Ciprian, Randy Cebul, Dove Brunson, Doug Keller, Bob Zonar, 
Tom Cothcoii, Les Sherman. Row 5: Rex Bendure, Tom McRedmond, Mark Springer, Dave Kershaw, 
Tim Campbell, Ned Simpson, Joel Kapler, Walt Bubley, Doug Bartholomew, Al Pillar, Steve Zodra, Doug 
Hackle, Nick Zodnik, Marty Frank, Mike Fergus, Denny Lefond, Fred Mills, Dave Russell, Dave Gubonc, 
Jim Guinter, Geoff Swisher, Dove DiBiasio, Alec Wightman, Dick Clark, Don Maxo, Chris Mandel, 
Richard Donch, Mike Montz. 






N 



Cheering Block Row 1 (L to R): Carlene Almgren, Laura Bauman, Judy 
Eichberger, Cheryl Kostick, Cecilia Lend, Kathy Yanchar, Laurie Sickler, Nancy 
Williams. Row 2: Jo Ann Waichunas, Jean Link, Rosemary Kozor, Carol 
Schmidt, Barb Martin, Laura Haytes, Marg Jarvis, Joann Svetin. Row 3: 
Potncia Sinclair, Sue Siefert, Karen Oleski, Judy Emmert, Katie Kolon, Sharon 
Skeivis, Karen Skolarls, Sandy Stntof, Row 4: Nancy Schutt, Norene Skerly, 
Shirley Kropence, Barb Nason, Linda Bohinc, Sherry Wieland, Monica Nawor- 
ski, Chris Kowicki. Row 5: Marian Schwarz, Sandy Schwobauer, Debby Van- 
Korngut, Marge Klein, Jan Wolfenberg, Mory Kastehc, Barb Eglin, Sharon 
Visoky. Row 6: Sherry Grimes, Sharon Rutkie, Corol Probert, Sue Mahusky, 
Pom Long, Pat Doyle, Mary Helen Biello, Sandy Schervish. Row 7: Sandy 
Brochlow, Laurie Gulick, Patty Steigauf, Blanche Pierce, Cheri Kitko, Clara 
Hclle, Shelley Tarantino, Debby Beckwith. 



CHEERING BLOCK 



Jan Schneider, Cheering Block President 



A.F.S. Student Committee Row 1 (L to R): Diane F 
Sheryl dicker, Robin Alexander, Sue Mahusky, Sha: 
Marten, Carol Pred. Row 2: Ron Korosh, Rick Nui 
Leslie McArthur, Laurie Harris, Barb Frizzell, Amy Ti 
Debby Lipstreuer, Aydiri Tozeren, Bill Millar, N 
man, Mrs. Baumeister, Miss Atleson, Margaret N 



, Dale Racich, Moureen Trotto, Judy Perko, 
Gerl, Cindy Wallace, Noncy Lohrey, Kathy 
Anne Zupancic, Linda Himes, Sue Borsch, 
metter, Ned Simpson. Row 3: Mike Harris, 
lague, Mr. Hively, Mrs. Guzman, Mrs. Zimmer- 




Organized to dispel the idea that 
Euclid students are apathetic and lack- 
ing in school Spirit, the Cheering Block 
enjoyed a large turnout from all classes 
and both sexes. Following the cheer- 
leaders and applauding the band, it 
formed a unified voice in a sea of con- 
flicting sounds. A colorful matrix of 
blue and gold, the block was a vocal 
personification of the inner enthusiasm 
of the student body. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

Before the school year even begins, 
the foreign exchange student learns 
many totally American customs, large- 
ly through American Field Service ac- 
tivities. This year A.F.S. extends its 
welcome to Aydin Tozeren of Turkey. 
The club also promotes Americans 
abroad, like Margaret Nielsen who 
spent the summer in Sicily through 
A.F.S. Presenting artistic international 
assemblies as well as creating the dis- 
tinctive posters that announce the for- 
eign films, A.F.S. enthusiastically sup- 
ports the program of foreign exchange. 



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CAMERA CLUB 

The suprised student can only blink 
in resignation after he has been affron- 
ted by the click-and-flash style of the 
camera club member. Appeased, the 
cameraman retreats to the dark room, 
where he fiendishly awaits the proof 
of his technique. The true satisfaction 
is achieved through enthusiasm which, 
when combined with a scrupulous 
maintenance of equipment, produces 
a clear and candid manifestation of 
good work. 

MOVIE CLUB 

The clonk and clatter of the film 
cart rolling down the hall announces 
the arrival of the Movie Club member. 
He has come, adding novelty to an 
otherwise routine class, by instructing 
a teacher in the operation of a pro- 
jector or a tape recorder. His services, 
however, are not all academically ori- 
ented. During lunch periods, he pro- 
vides the popular 3f diversion — noon 
movies. 




"No wonder they complained. We forgot to take the cap off! 



Movie Club Row 1 (L to R): Diane Esplondiu, Sue Jost, Roger Sheppard, Pot Geddes, Betty Ciammaichella, 

Becky Esplandiu, Judy Brown. Row 2: Lorry Kemper, Dove Zgonc, David Holler, John Havriiek, Paul 
Haffer, Bob Schouer, Wayne Karberg. 





Stupica, Bob Schmidt, Ed 



Ads Cfub Row 1 (L to R): Barbara Haddad, Gerri Artz, Kathy Salisbury. Row 2: 
Judi Zivkovich, Ginny Yapel, Judy Whitney. Row 3: Linda Fleete, Linda Petkovic, 
Laura Fleete, Eileen Roth. 




FOREMEN'S CLUB 

Personal instruction and attention 
are important factors in an industrial 
arts course. The novice craftsman, in 
his first contact with complex machi- 
nery, requires constant supervision be- 
cause of the intricacies and dangers 
involved in operation. The members of 
the Foreman's Club, skilled and reli- 
able, accept the responsibility for their 
fellow worker's safety. 



ADS CLUB 

"Buy your ticket for the game! 
They're on sale in the cafeteria during 
all lunch periods." Each week, this 
familiar cry of the Ad Club member in- 
terrupts the students' lunch. Collecting 
tickets at the games, punching passes, 
and stamping hands with the large 
letters spelling Euclid are the club's 
responsibilities. The members work en- 
thusiastically, performing their duties 
and promoting school spirit. 



GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

Surviving the humiliation and good 
natured cajolery of the previous year, 
the new leader encounters more be- 
wildering situations than she is pre- 
pared for. That first step into the 
casually waiting gym class is one 
which leads to greater leadership abili- 
ties, development of actual skills, and 
mounting responsibilities. The repeat- 
ed whistle attacks and the shouted yell 
of "Lineup", the dispensation of de- 
cisive gym marks, and the daily deluge 
of exercises ore a port of the leader's 
routine. Although she may not be the 
most physically adept person in the 
class, the girls' leader's integrity and 
enthusiasm receives the respect of her 
classmates. 



'Eek! It's Batminton.' 




Girls' Leoders Club Row 1 (L to R): Jan Tuckermon, Judy Rohrer, Barb Bernlohr, President; Carol 
Woicik Vice President; Barb Bohinc, Secretary; Trudy Tolar, Treosurer; Margaret Nielsen, Historian. 
Row 2 Betsy Gaydos, Peggy Wittenmyer, Tony Milavec, Jill Malokas, Tanya Kokal, Barb Laser, 
Diane Dryer. Row 3: Barb Eglin, Ellie Vincent, Jill tHaddock, Sandy Kormendi, Terry Stepic, Paulette 
Kuchling, Borb Noson, Row 4: Mane Tancredi, Judy Whitney, Marilyn Surtz. Row 5: Linda Jerse, 
Ro2 Stuzen, Jean Schultz, Row 6: Cecile Rinaldi, Donna Fmk, Patti Gingell. Row 7: Barb Zele, 
Joyce Yanchar, Sue Mahusky. Row 8: Deb Beckwith, Linda Bohinc, Linda Scheibel. Row 9: Dale 
Racich, Jacky Mason, Cec hHunt, Sandy Schervish. 





GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Each Monday afternoon, when the 
great green divide is lifted, flocks of 
girls overwhelm both the boys' and 
girls' gyms. Grouped into ferociously 
loyal teams with esoteric names. Girls' 
Athletic Association members enthusi- 
astically throw themselves into the cur- 
rent of competitive sports. Jubilant 
shrieks signal a victory for the "Whoo- 
pients." An "Oleo's Butter" flails 
her arms around, flying through the 
series of contortions that eventually 
score her team a point. The appeal of 
G.A.A. lies in its spontaneous exuber- 
ance, its energetic release, and its co- 
ed volleyball program. 

G.L.C. Officers Row 1 (L to R): Borb Bohinc, Trudy Tolor, Margaret Nielsen Row 2: Barb Bernlohr, 
Carol Wojcik. Row 3: Miss Reiff, Advisor. 

G.A.A. Officers Row 1 (L to R): Pat Gingell, Barb Laser, Diane Dryer. 
Row 2: Barb Butt, Kathy Lourick, Joan Kropf. Row 3: Linda Sajewski, 
Eenie-Meenie-Miney-Moe . . . Donna Fmk. 





F.B.L.A. Row 1 (L to R): Barbara Emig, Dorothy Pozun, Linda Kovoch, Sue Jost, Laurie Eppich, Linda 
Lackner, Cheryl Dietrich. Row 2: Barbara Jerin, Peggi Strekal, Donna Jonke, Mary Kastelic, Cheryl 
Kostick, Doreen Pylick, Martin Doyle, Carol Whittoker. Row 3: Linda Malovoc, Morjorie Hart, Kathy 
Kadlec, Sharon Kelley, Bonnie Dietrich, Carol Ann Mayka, Carole Lube, Rosemarie Jazbinski. Row 
4: Donna Dougherty, Karen Andrews, Jeanne Popp, Linda Blakeley, Jean Ulle, Cheryl Large, Carol 
Wcsnac, Linda Baran, Gerry Friel. 



D.E.C.A. 



Business classes familiarize the stu- 
dent with the basic skills of that field. 
F.B.L.A. supplements classroom work 
by affording the members interested 
in business careers the chance to de- 
velop and obtain experience with busi- 
ness techniques. A chapter in a nation- 
al organization, the girls work for the 
opportunity to attend the national con- 
vention. Business-like bake sales and 
car washes provide the necessary funds 
to get them there. 



F.B.LA. 



Business students desiring practical 
experience band together. Perhaps be- 
ing alone behind a cash register fright- 
ens them, or perhaps it's the im- 
personal and demanding employer that 
causes each to wish to be part of a 
group. Whatever the cause, the result 
is D.E.C.A., designed to provide the 
common exchange of ideas, help in 
job hunting, and also furnish that feel- 
ing of security. 



D.E.C.A. Row 1 (L to R): Ginny Fister, Pat [ 
Pat Davis, Carolyn Miklavcic, Jane Beyerle. 
Bob Drenberg, Sterling Loub, Harold Glenr 
Rihtorshich, Dennis O'Neill, Bill Vantilburg, Mr 



CLUeSQF<#>AHM 



rke, Sharon Borney, Kathy Schmidt, Judy Zivkovich, 

low 2: Tom Troha, Dennis Maleckar, Doug Cathon, 

Al Miklavic, Tom Molnar, Frank Moncuso, Frank 
laylor. Advisor. 



EUOUD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 





STUDENT STORE 

A crowded cubicle on the second 
floor houses some of the most hated 
materials in the school: sinister blue 
books and lengthy classics. Fortunately, 
the bookstore staff eases the pain of 
a purchase by sympathizing as rushed 
students dig for change. The student 
store not only keeps books and sup- 
plies, but runs a brisk business in 
cough drops. Addicts alone can ap- 
preciate the relief that the cherry- 
flavored remedy brings in the middle 
of a boring lecture. A convenience to 
students and teachers, and a boon to 
cough drops fiends, the supply store 
caters to student needs during hectic 
class changes. 



Jane Horvat, Student Manager 



Student Supply Stor 

Jane Horvat, Nancy 
Barb Butt, Bill Bertc 



)w 1 (L to R): Mr. Amster, Advisor; Kathy Kochevar, Monica Naworski, 
)strand, Sharon Kelley, Sheryl Glicker, Judy Perko. Row 2: Gerald Golaboff, 
Judy Emmert, Harry Deckman, Sally Ferris, Ron Heinlein. 




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SCIENCE SEMINAR 

A variety of lectures, inspired or 
otherwise, led approximately fifty stu- 
dents into the realms of science. For 
almost two hours the student drifted 
along with a professional scientist. To 
some of the members, the lecturer was 
too basic, for many a discussion of 
neutrinos seemed ultra-complicated 
even though the Case graduate student 
simplified his material. Others sat 
mechanically through the lecture hop- 
ing that the next session would deal 
with one of their own particular in- 
terests. The lectures did not cover un- 
related topics. Instead, various aspects 
of relatively unknown subjects were ex- 
plored. As the two-hour session ended, 
the speaker hurriedly tried to fit in 
all of his lecture, or he went off on a 
tangent at the request of a student's 
demanding questions. During this sum- 
mary some of the students in the back 
of the room had already begun to 
calculate the hours of homework that 
awaited them following their scientific 
journey. 




Science Seminar Row 1 (L to R): Ken Mantey, Cathy Straughan, Barbara Kruger, Sharon Tharp, 
Sheryl Glicker, Laurie Harris, Dale Fanney, Kothy Krysty. Row 2: Curt McRae, Dave Gubanc, Bob 
Fiorelli, Pat Soltis, Tom Morris, Dave Kurrent, Jack Strok, Larry Neuvirth, Ken Ginsburg, Carol 
Frank, Sandy Skrij, Jan Tuckerman. Row 3: Duane Jarc, Bob Berke, Harry Deckman, Eric Snyder. 
Row 4 (on window): Joe Chase, Burks Oakley, Mike Applequist, Ron Havener, Robert Moskowitz 

Political Atfoirs Row 1 (L to R): Cathy Clements, Secretary; Janice Berkley, Amy Trommetter, Joseph 
Chose. Row 2: Bob Sikorski, Treasurer; Dave Zuro, President; Dave Lushin. Row 3: John Curtis, Vice- 
President, Borry Bolka, David Lieberworth. 





POLITICAL AFFAIRS 

Political Affairs Club has encoun- 
tered organizational problems in each 
of its three years of existence. The club 
attempts to allow free discussion of 
political views and concepts of govern- 
ment, but in doing so becomes so in- 
volved in finding proper practical ap- 
plications of nebulous beliefs that it 
cannot establish its own bylaws. This 
year, the club rose above inner con- 
flict and found, within, the ability to 
plan a trip to the state capital to 
observe a functioning government- 



WORLD AFFAIRS 

Various students assemble for var- 
ious reasons. Those that faithfully at- 
tend each of the World Affairs meet- 
ings find an intellectual stimulation 
and enjoyment in the lectures and 
presentations of guest speakers. The 
club accommodates the angry young 
student's need to voice his opinions. 
Others attend to listen to different 
ideas to become informed, eventually 
forming their own opinions. Whatever 
the motivation, the very existence of 
World Affairs Club reflects the global 
interests of a concerned student body. 



World Affairs Officers Row 1 (L to R): Amy Trommetter, Vice President; Kathy Fugina, President, 
Row 2: Borb Riebe, Secretary; Margarite Ehlert, Student Council Representative; Cothy Clements, 
Treasurer. 

World Affairs Club Row 1 (L to R): Cathy Clements, Amy Trommetter, Kathy Fugina, Barb Riebe. Row 2: 
Beth Hodder, Linda Himes, Laurie Harris, Kathy Callahan, Pat Sinclair. Row 3: Morsha Dunker, Marguerite 
Ehlert, Marilyn McBride. Row 4; Jonice Burkely, Donna Smmk, Elaine Pogrois, Mr, Hively, Advisor. 
Row S: Aydin Tozeren, Ruth Hocevar, Mike Harris, Tom Holloway. 





National Honor Society R 

Darlene Lipovic, Ginny No' _, _ _ _ 
Trudy Tolar, Judy Whitney, Cec Rinald 

Gerl, Marilyn Surt ~ 

Vincent, Mike He 
Bernlotir, Carol Fr. 



1 (L to R): Marie Tancredi, Barb Nason, Morgoret Nielsen, Corol Wojc 
Diane Frank, Lynn Gulich. Row 2: Barb Bohinc, Jill Haddock, Pat Web 

.,, _.. . Darlene Gortz Noreen Cavan, Jane Horvat. Row 3: Shar 

Barb Haddad Judy Rohrer, Dina Tannenbaum, Kathy Be 
I Cathcart, Tom Holl 



Barb Zele, Joyce Yancha 



Tucker 



Jean Schulfz 



_ . Dunker, Ellie 
Patti Gingell, Barb 



National Honor Society Officers (L to R): Jan Tuckerman, Secretary; George 
Vranekovic, President; Carol Frank, Vice-President 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

National Honor Society posseses a 
unique quality which makes member- 
ship a relief rather than a responsibil- 
ity. Other clubs require meetings end 
extensive committee work. The Honor 
Society does not. Membership means 
a line of type end an insignia in the 
senior index. Membership means jit- 
ters, surprise, a lighted candle, a hand- 
shake, and an oath. Membership 
means an honor won through charac- 
ter, leadership, scholarship, and ser- 
vice. 



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National Honor Society Row 1 (L to R): Judy Coolidge, Eileen Roth, Judy Perko, Paula Redding, Diane 
Karrer, Barb Frizzell, Sue Mahusky, Lucy Oliverio, Nancy Hagstrand, Wendy Brown, Shirley Krapence, 
Dale Racich. Row 2: Kafhy Marten, Leslie MacArfhur, Carol Lube, Jackie Mason, Sondy Skrij, Ruth 
Hannigan, Laurie Harris, Rosemary Jozbinski, Ken Mantey, Barb Martin, Debbie Lipstreuer, Jack Farrill, 
Randy Price. Row 3: Kathy Mramor, Cathy Clements, Rick Nurmi, Joe Chase, Linda Schuiz, Tom Seddon, 
Dove Kurrent, Jill Jondo, Jock Strunk, Jim Moore, Steve Lowry. Row 4: Rick Holloway, Steve Kirk, Tom 
Lewis, Burks Oakley, Linda Dailey, Sherry Wieland, Duane Jarc, Tom Renninger, Walter Bubley, Doug 
Bartholomew, Ned Simpson. 



National Honor Society Row 1 (L to R): Barry Laine, Donold Rolla, Robert Zonar, Kathleen Cotman, 
Sharon Tharp, Dave Lushin, Priscilla Kimosh, Joonn Woichunos, Barbara Russ, Helen Cimbalos, Robert 
Watts, Stephanie Cardullias, Mane DeMorio, Eleanor Ozbolt. Row 2: Margaret O'Connell, Doreen Pylick, 
William Forsythe, Robert Linsz, Michael Plovcon, Barbara Riebe, Bonnie Stevens, John Curtis, Harry 
Deckman, Barry Bolka, Sharon Visoky, Ronald Karosh, Ellen Boehmer, Priscilla Dickinson, Carol Smith, 
Jock Strok, Paula Simkins, Gail Anderson, Donna Jonke, Mary Clapacs. Row 3: Donald Ivancic, Sandra 
Kormendi, Carol Mayka, Donna Fink, Pamela Margheret, Gail Bahr, Barbara Chovan, Paul Gyongyos, 
Larry Anderson, Jean Ulle, Linda Kovach, Judith Eichberger, Jeon Winters, Carol Rosmussen, Judith 
Caspar, David Zuro, Linda Crockett. Row 4: Wayne Karberg, Dawn Kepets, Robin Alexander, Sandro 
Hall, Leslie Cook, Katherine Kren, Antoinette Milavec, Amy Trommetter, Robin Conti, Carol Glotzbecker, 
Brian Ross, Karen Oleski, Janine Paolella, Barbara Eglin, Paulette Kuchling, Terry Stepic, Gerald Bensi, 
Marguerite Ehlert, Susan Siders. Row 5: Christopher Nemeth, Jean Link, Barbette Davidson, Rosemary 
Kozor, Richard Kaczur, Linda Mimes, Jeanne Price, Fred Mills, Elaine Gngos, Rosalind Stuzen, Catherine 
McGraw. Kathy Fugino, Joanne Brunelle, Douglas Horan, Paula Schulte, Jerry Kish, Carol Miller, Janice 
Burkley, Cathy Straughan, Loretta Heise. 





Lettermen's Club Row 1 (L to R): Cindy Theis, Cecile Rinaldi, Jill Haddock, Lorry Grigsby, John Mc- 
Redmond, Bob Linsz, Bob Gale, Marsha Hodakievic, Barb Bohinc. Row 2: Sharon Tharp, Gordon Kimberly, 
Roger Sheppard, Leo Smith, Mike Corrigan, Fred Dugoch, Doug Stout, Craig Vole, Darlene Gortz. Row 3: 
Dale Gams, Frank Kovocevic, Tom McRedmond, Dick Kolesar, Jack Farrill, Tom Seddon, Steve Zdora. 
Row 4: Bill Cothcort, Rick Koczur, Jim Vantilburg, Glenn Forsythe, Tony Rattini, Rollin Yanchar, Dan 
Sfocker, Row 5; Jim Moore, Dan Hoffman, George Uranikovic, Paul Leiber, Don Miller, Ron Bock. Row 6: 
Mr. Theodore, Chuck McCrocken, Bob Heinkmon, Tom Meros, Ron Heinlein, Walt Bubbly. 



Inmates of the underworld 



LETTERMEN'S CLUB 

Displaying his badge of athletic 
achievements on his sweater pocket, 
the letterman hopes to impress his 
peers, his most recent girlfriend, and 
the teachers who control his border- 
line eligibility. Such individuals group 
together to further a common interest 
in competitive scholastic and physical 
abilities, and to better Euclid's athletic 
standards. 





SPECTRUM 

Spectrum was no longer on activity 
to add to activity lists. This group of 
individuals finally found their collec- 
tive identity. Under the guidance of 
new sponsors, members peddled candy, 
and they often traveled to the Music 
Hall as a result of their efforts. Spec- 
trum ceased to be a "pay your dues 
and you're a member" club. Its ma- 
turity was evidenced by its expanded 
schedule of events. 



Spectrum Row 1 (L to R): Pat Weber, Dawn Kepets, Kathy Benda. Row 2: Leslie Cook, Noreen 
Cavan, Linda Himes, Gail Polly, Carol Lube, Rosemary Jazbinski. Row 3: Elaine Grigas, Becky Pate, 
Cheryl Kostick, Mary Kostelac. Row 4: Mandy Sir, Cathy Straughan, Pat Donner, Linda Boron, 
Carol Mayka. Row S: Donna Pisnar, Barbora Chudzik, Dorothy Voyek, Pam Madden, Pot Rock. 
Row 6: Dorothy Hocevar, Robert Moskowitz. 



Spirits Row 1 (L to R): Tanya Kokal, Gordon Kimberly, Rollin Yanchor, Don Hoffman, Lynn Gulich, 
Roz Stuzen. Row 2: Robin Alexander, Beth Hodder, Anne Zupancic, Barb Zele, Joyce Yanchor, Ron 
Korash, Linda Jerse Row 3: Borb Bohinc, Barb Eglin, Sh.rley Magnonti, Ellie Vincent, Jon Brozo- 
lovics. Row 4: Kothy Hayes, Sharon Visoky, Carol Woicik, Marilyn Surtz, Judy Eichberger, Peg 
Frye, Morsho Hodokievic, Corlene Almgren, Roseonn Madeio, Mrs. Schuster. Row 5: Judy Emmert, 
Chuck Cox, Bob Linsz, Little Schuster, Dawn Jackson. Row 6: Paulette Kuchling, Jean Baker, Pat 
Gingell, Chuck Hrastor, Mane Toncredi, Fred Mills, Marty Lybarger 




SPIRITS 

Spirits '66, slightly changed, semi- 
anonymous, remained the major prop- 
agator of pep in the school. During 
weekly meetings they produce badges, 
banners and posters, riling the stu- 
dent body with cries of "Stomp 'em," 
"Stroke," and "Glut Their Maw!" Slow 
in appearing, tardy in removal, these 
signs served as a tangible sign of 
school loyalty to its teams. Although 
the product of much time and effort, 
students and spirits alike learned that 
signs con only do so much. 




1 {L to R): Peggy Wittenmyer, Barbette Davidson, Marilyn Surtz, Darlene llipovec. 
Row 2: Karen Oleski, Donita Consilio, Jean Baker, Carol Wojcik, Pat Znidarsic, Margaret Nielsen, Barb 
Eglin, Diane Karrer, Dawn Kepets. Row 3: Barb Riebe, Bonnie Stevens, Jean Link, Laura Bauman, Terry 
Stepic, Manane Schwartz, Greg Mucci, Rick Holloway. Row 4: Doug Bartholemew, Tom Holloway, Tom 
Renninger, Brian Ross, Werner Lindquist, Russ Leisenheimer, Don Jezerinac. Row 5: Glenn Forsythe, 



ob Sikorski, Cathy Clements, Carol Smith, Laurie Fike, Carol Glotzbecker, 



I.Q.S. 

The objective of I.Q.S. is to honor 
students who have worked outstand- 
ingly on school publications. This year 
the Euclid chapter became the Ruth 
Smith Chapter I.Q.S., honoring a teach- 
er as well. Mrs. Smith's column in the 
Plain Dealer, "School Days," gives stu- 
dents on example in journalistic ex- 
cellence to follow. Her name should 
inspire many to work toward the ranks 
of I.Q.S. 




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BBI 




Eucuyo Row 1 (L to R): 

Phyllis Sweigert, Bill Ho 



Mrs. Duprey,_Adv 
;by, Jon 



Clements, Borb Chovan, Wayne O'Neill, Linda Schultz, Jim Guinter. 



Notional Forensic League Executive Board (L to R): Barry Laine, Maureen 
Trotto, Judy Gasper, Paul Bagocius. 



EUCUYO 

Dwarfed by its colossal literary com- 
panions, the Eucuyo stands diminu- 
itively as the baby publication of Eu- 
clid. It is accordingly nurtured and 
nursed along by the twenty-odd mem- 
bers of Eucuyo staff. Staffers search 
for and often write the humorous 
prose, short stories, and esoteric poe- 
try which give tangible form to Eu- 
cuyo's touchstone: creative experimen- 
tation. 

N.F.L 



Saturday mornings when the nor- 
mally crowded school halls stand in 
cold emptiness, the National Forensic 
League tournaments begin. Speech 
contestants walk from room to room, 
completing rounds and watching pro- 
spective competition. Biology labs act 
as the settings for Dramatic Declama- 
tion. Math rooms house the fantas- 
tic plots of Humorous Declamation, 
and the highly disheveled Euclidian of- 
fice becomes the place for the organ- 
ized mental exercise of Extemporane- 
ous Speaking. N.F.L. members travel 
to states, schools, and rooms learning 
and demonstrating the finer points of 
forensic activity. 



Nationol Forensic League Row 1 (L to R): Carol Heinz, Sharon Violanti, Tonya 
Kokal, Joyce Yanchar, Dawn Jackson, Barb Zele, Barb Riebe, Keren Oleski. 
Row 2: Carol Wojcik, Darlene Lipovec, Part Griffin, Carolyn Madeja, Linda 
Prioreschl, Maureen Trotto, Judy Gasper, Paul Bagocius, Tom Renninger, Joe 
Sanda, Harry Deckman, Barry Laine, Doug Horan. 




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WAI NAPOLO 



Wai Napolo introduced a member- 
ship requirement this year which was 
stiffer than requirements of years past. 
The prerequisite did not concern the 
swimming abilities of perspective mem- 
bers; it was concerned with their sex. 
Wai Napolo no longer accepted male 
swimmers. Fears that enthusiasm 
would be lost dissipated as the girls 
proved themselves as interested in 
swimming as ever. Without distrac- 
tions they perfected their synchronized 
swimming and entered competition. 
Apparently the girls didn't need boys 
to get wet behind the ears. 




Wai Nopolo Officers (Top fo Bottom): Marsha Dunker, President; Beth Hodder, Vice- 
President; Darlene Lipovec, Secretary; Dorothy Sustersic, Treasurer; Sharon Gerl, 
Historian. 



Woi Napolo Center Bottom: Pat Totten, Sue Fryei 
Brown, Dorothy Sustersic, Debbie Lipstruer, Lorrain 
Winters, Beth Hodder, Darlene Lipovic, Marsha 
Fleete, Diane Bryan, Carol Ostronder, Carol Mill 
Lynne Bona, Phyllis Dickinson, Candy Scheurmai 



Carol Switzer, Bonnie Thomas, Nancy Robb, Wendy 

Parulis, Paula Schulte, Becky Pate, Kathy Fugina, Jean 

Dvnker, Mike Harris, Sharon Gerl, Robin Alexander, Lynn 

r, Marilyn Boyd, Sue Chandler, Linda Ullestad, Jackie Harris, 

, Ann Trommetter, Diane Fellman. 



HHHi 





Ski Club Row 7 (L to R): Corol Pred, Becky Rupert, Cathy Dovid, Becky Pate, Robin Alexander, Carole Miller, Sharon Gerl, Kathy Marten, Nancy Lohrey, Beth 
Hamby. Row 2: Corel Schmidt, Nancy Nawor, Jo Kimosh, Sharon Murphy, Cecilia Land, Pam Margheret, Donita Consilio, Starlyn Hudec, Mila Templeton, Carol 
Whittaker, Elaine Sabo, Connie Beckwith, Row 3: Pat Doyle, Debby Lipstreuer, Sondy Schwabauer, Donna Malz, Kothy Calvert, Carol Bell, Linda Kovach, Vishno 
Frame, Karen Karberg, Barbora Taylor. Row 4: Dorothy Urbancic, Dorothy Kolegor, Cothie McGraw, Vicki Russell, Iren Sedmak, Debbie Kelley, Linda Jimison, 
Kathy Murphy. Row 5: Pam Long, Beth Hodder, Marg Jarvis, Barb Hull, Barb Martin, Debbie Beckwith, Carol Ostronder, Laurie Harris, Jill Makodas. Donna 
Heintz, Rose Morton, Marguerite Ehlert, Debby Cherry. Row 6: Catherine Zgonc, Vickie Kalnasy, Nancy Kane, Pam Budinsky, Cindy Piller, Betty Hudson, Vicki 
Takacs, Mary Kastelic, Jeanne Howell, Sheryel Kavula, Carol Mahovlic, Cindy Conley, Carol Burhenne, Peg Hocevar. Row 7: Laura Bauman, Linda Baran, Sandra 
Hall, Judy Eichberger, Helen Cimbalos, Cheryl Kostick, Lois Dodds, Shoron Rutkie, Mandy Bir, Linda Bluhm, Cathy Straughan, Sandy Skrlj, Linda Dailey. Row 8: 
Marian Schwartz, Lynn Horsey, Judy Emmert, Jan Wolfenburg, Jane Howell, Joann Waichunas, Karen Oleski, Sharon Anderson, Aydin Tozeren, Erik Carlson, Frank 
Mocilnikar, Joe Sanda. Row 9: Sherry Macaul, Carol Probert, Jean Baker, Tom Drummond, Dave Zuro, Larry Anderson, Jerry Horton, Barry Bolka, Karl Bohr, Mike 
Plovcon. Row 10: Mike Today, Rick Gologher, John Curtis, Eric Nurmi, Jerry Loncala, John Borenski, Bill Hasselboch. 



Ski Club Officers (L to R): Neil Blosse, Vice-President; Linda Akraboff, Secretory; Mike Hor, 
Treasurer; Neil Wagner, President. 




SKI CLUB 

Skiers, eager to realize the images 
of ruddy and rugged skier or rosy-faced 
snow bunny skimming gently over the 
snowy slopes of Mt. Chalet, organized 
early. Prepared for snow in October, 
faithful members prayed while mili- 
tant members studied the warm and 
cold fronts of the weather war as re- 
ported by Hoolihan the Weatherman. 
There was still no snow in November. 
December came, and it slushed apol- 
ogetically outside. The crystalline im- 
ages of conquerors of the slopes al- 
most dissolved in unseasonable rain. 
It was mid-January before the snow 
finally sifted down to salvage a 
weather-beaten club. 



PLAYS 



Euclid's winter dramatic presenta- 
tions encompassed two fantasy worlds. 
The first of these was created in the 
mind of Aurelia, The Mad Woman of 
Chaillot. Rejecting a world whose re- 
ality is too harsh for her, Aurelia car- 
ries her own universe about with her, 
a place where no evil exists and noble 
ragpickers rummage through happy 
garbage cans that reek with confused 
perfumes of God's plenty. When avar- 
icious capitalists threaten her world, 
Aurelia and three of her equally in- 
sane friends counter the attempt and 
dispose of evil over their afternoon tea. 
Capitalists and warmongers, perish in 
the bottomless sewers of Paris. The in- 
sane quality love is restored allowing 
sewers to smell of jasmine and the 
deaf-mute to speak. The ultimate sen- 
sibility of a madwoman intoxicated by 
the beauty and fragility of life prevails. 
You Can't Take It With You intro- 
duced the Sycamore family, which, dis- 
satisfied with what reality had to of- 
fer, withdrew into a gay, unorthodox 
world of its own. The fantastic inver- 
sion of sanity and madness, however, 
was subordinated by the nature of the 
cast. This was the teachers' play, and 
students turned out in throngs to laugh 
over, cheer, and applaud the latent 
talents of the faculty. 




"If they're greedy, they're stupid. If they're greedy we can destroy them, 
and her friends counter-attack evil. 



The Countess 



The Madwoman of Chaillot. 



Irmo listens to the Countess' explanation of 
life's beauty. 




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CAST YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU 

PENNY SYCAMORE VIRGINIA DE MORA 
GRANDPA VANDERHOF RON MARKWELL 



PAUL SYCAMORE 
ALICE SYCAMORE 
ED CARMICHAEL 
ESSIE CARMICHAEL 
MR. DE PINNA 
MR. HENDERSON 
TONY KIRBY 



Grandpa Vanderhof displays his usual deadpan expression. 

CAST: THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT 

MADWOMAN MAUREEN TROTTO 

GABRIELLE CHIP ROBERTS 

JOSEPHINE JOAN McCONOCHA 

CONSTANCE LINDA PRIORESCHI 

RAG-PICKER RICK HAMILTON 

IRMA DIANE FRANK 

PIERRE JIM ALBINI 

PRESIDENT CHRIS NEMETH 

PROSPECTOR DAVE SCHASER 

BARON JOELSARICH 

BROKER GREG PIKE 

SEWER MAN GARY BOTTS 

POLICE SERGEANT LARRY SHIRK 

GENDARME GREG SWEIGERT 

DEAF MUTE DAN SMOLINSKY 

FLOWER GIRL PAT GRIFFIN 

WAITER ROY LARICK 

SHOE LACE PEDDLER ROLLY BROV/N 

STREET SINGER LOUIS ROGALINER 

DR. JARDIN PATRICK MANN 

DOORMAN RICK NURMI 

LITTLE MAN TED NATHAN 

LADIES: DIANE McCORMICK, SUSAN JO- 
CILA, PHYLLIS SWEIGERT 



DEAN HAWVER 
EILEEN MARSH 
RON HARDING 
ROSEMARY TERANGO 
BILL GALL 
FRANK KPRICAK 
RONALD LOKAR 
ANTHONY KIRBY, JR. GERALD HENDERSON 

MRS. KIRBY SANDRA DRISCOLL 

DONALD LARRY SMITH 

RHEBA JUDITH CARMODY 

BORIS KOLENKHOV WAYNE SMITH 

GRAND DUCHESS OLGA MARILYN LUCAS 
ACTRESS DEL TOCCO 

G-MEN: WILLIAM DE MORA, DR. JERRY 
BERGEM, JOHN GRIFFIN, TYKE STAINES, 
FRED JOHNS. 



'Steal< — potatoes! Very good, Mr. Kirby. You play this game very, very well 




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Betsy Gaydos 



Noreen Cavan, Ads Monager 



Patty Gingell 



Barb Wile, Sue Land 





Linda Pestotnik, Noreen Benvenuto 



Barb Zele, Business Manager 






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The Euclidian Business Staff is tired 
of being lumped together with the edi- 
torial staff under the popular miscon- 
ception that the yearbook is the exclu- 
sive product of editorial members. 
Their job is unique and different. 
Spending the year in hot pursuit of 
the dollar, they campaign for sub- 
scriptions, sell ads, complete contracts, 
and finally distribute the books. They 
also argue with the editorial staff over 
blackboard space and defend the 
tumble-down cabinet and rickety desk 
that comprise their share of office 
furniture. The book could not exist 
without business staffers. To them, 
we are either indebted or in debt. 



Karee Heighton 




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Art Yerty, Peggy Hocevor 



Dawn Jackson 



Borb Dauer 





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Copy Stoff (L to R): Steve Bayer, Cec Hunt, Sandy Art Staff (Top to BoMom): Celeste Andrews, Editor; Ken Ginsburg, 

Skrlj, Sue Mohusky, Diane Frank, Editor. Sheryl dicker, Doug Hackle, Cindy Wallace, Judy Coolidge. 

Photo Stoff (L to R): Randy Price, Marty Frank, Larry Kemper, Tanya Kokal, Editor; Pat Rock. 



(L to R): Chuck Cox, copy writer 




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Mr. Aulti 3rd Period Row 1 (L to R): Salli Shemkunas, Sue Sivik, Cathy Vincent, Carolyn Madeja, Lynne Bana, Kathy 
Federico. Row 2: Barb Palmer, Joanne Bilicic, Nancy Hull, Suzonne Jokela, Nan Winters, Pat Gibbons, Sherri Grimes. 
Row 3: Patrick Soltis, Ray Clancy, Tom Perchan, Mike Harris, Roger Munson, Bill Shaffer, Elaine Underkofler. 




Mr. Aultz 6th Period Row 1 (L to R): Cheryl Keyes, Alan Goldstayn, Lorraine Courtney, Ted Nathan, Chris Reinwald, 
Diane Fellman. Row 2: Monica Enders, Diane Rogers, Peggy Lovick, Ann Helmuth, Kathy Dereska, Ann Trommetter, 
Marty Wilder. Row 3: Lelond McBnde, Robert Modic, Alec Wightman, Susan Susel, Barbara Reed, Sandy Forker, 
Geri Adamich. 



Mrs. Bockos 9th Period Row 1 (L to R): Laurel Gulick, Leslie Robinson, Kathy Somrol- 
Row 2: Eva Zucker, Lisa Bailey, Carol Henikman, Sue Obreza, Dale Fanney, Terry Re 
Zivic, Barb Benson, Jenny Aultz, Randy Cebul, Carol Hitchcock. 



Morgy Porter, Sandy Brachlow, 1 
nner. Row 3: Steve Shepherd, Tir 





Miss Carmody 1st Period 

Blanche Pierce. Row 2: 
Vanek. Row 3: Candy Ei 
Bud Jokela, Dave Brunst 



ow 1 (L to R): Maryann Melgun 
chard Kelly, Marion Reinke, Bob 
nert, John Schulte, Joan Kadow, 
, Cliff Drobnick, Richard Nakaji 



Kathy Turner, Gloria Regalbuto, Michele Svigel, Barb Monahan, 
Moskowitz, Bob Sweet, Linda Beechuk, Karen Hancovsky, Mona 
Lynne Climo, Kathy Aufmuth, Pat Skeya, Row 4: Craig Sharon, 

Janis Essex. 




SOPHOMORES 



Miss Cormody 4th Period Row 1 (L to R): Bonnie Dietrich, Jane Jaquays, Diane Moats, Gloria 
Weber, Peggy Zust, Karen Reinbolt, Jill Damberger. Row 2: Sue Hathawoy, Nora McCorthy, 
Debbie Mugenski, Leslie Stratton, Karen Shook, Jane Vagasky, Martie Lennon, Bonnie Dietrich. 
Row 3: Mane Paratto, Linda Penner, Cindy Conley, Shay Kreici, Shelley Spellman, Becky Otcasek, 
Karen Holodniak. Row 4: Martin Eble, Bob Taylor, Jim McDonald, Gary Taylor, Ed Breeze, 
Jim Davis, Carol Kramer, Sue Simon. 



Miss Carmody Sth Period Row 1 (L to R): Andy Radonich, Mary Powell, Davina Bauer, Rose Gillespie, Kent Demshar, Mary Hare, 
Richard Amato. Row 2: Joe Barbish, Andy Bartram, Jerry Zimmerman, Frank Fisher, Orson Richmond, Jerry Kucharski, Jean Loczy. 





Miss Carmody 7th Period Row 1 (L to R): George Sanborn, Virginia Peck, Diane Sterling, Kit Beltz, Joanne Strang. Row 
2: Len Richter, Gary Steinfurth, Jim Amman, Jerry Sneiler, Bob Singer, Dixie Sanderson. 



Miss Carmody 8th Period Row 1 (L to Rl: Barb Habe, Jonev Shields, Marilyn Braun, Candy Schuerman, Clay Allbery, Margie Costello, Mary 
Mrowca Row 2: Joyce Stimac, Janet Ensminger, Elaine Sabo, Carolyn Beeman, Sharon Allen, Tom Cathcart, Barb Mallue. Row 3: Diana 
Komocar, Tony Petro, Bonnie Yakelis, Carole Neumeyer, Phyllis Dickinson, Koren Karberg, Peggy Ballard. Row 4: Jim Kershaw, Stu Leyda, 
Dale Pekrul, Mike Mueller, Jeff Walsh, Gary Pratt, Ray Force, Paul Macino, 




Mrs. Cowan Sth Period Row 1 (L to R): Pat Treanor, David Virginio, Mary MacDougall, Linda Minis, Pat Zupanc, Marlaine 
Ryan. Row 2: Margie Dell, Debbie Davidson, Bonnie Kermavner, Marian Zapc, Cathy Foster, Sandi Apple, Pat Faiken. Row 
3: Tom Maresco, Lin Schuffert, Eric Lyttle, Sue Kapler, Cindy Sak, Bob Ferrell. Row 4: Paul Nielsen, Ewald Heise, Rick 
Hoinski, Frank Mocilnikor, Larry Skopin, Bill Fagan, Don Wilson. 





Mr5. Cowan 10th Period Row 1 (L to R): Linda Burkhort, Marilyn Eikenburg, Carol Davis, Diana Koeth, 

Jane Milavec, Shirley Toplak, Janice Birr. Row 2: Bob Swift, Rudy Raukar, Leigh Thomas, Georgia Ready, 

Cathy Kruger, Rose Kimosh, Loretto Umek. Row 3: Bill Shriver, Eric Snyder, Mike Perry, Don Rakas, 
David Rebeck, Brad Ely, Vince Gregoric, Brian Collins. 




Mrs. Drescher 10th Period Row (L to R): Helen Munici, Roberta Vandeveer, Andrea Focareto, Chris Geer, Sharon Ortman, Tom Rock- 
well. Row 2: Duane Schuiz, Laverne Ivec, Terri Stuber, Jean Kovacvic, Gerry Nielsen, Bernadette Schultz. Row 3: Tim Keough, Gary 
Guenther, Louis Stevens, Gene Trebec, Kathy Yanchar, Pat Mehollin. Row 4: David Holler, Dave Price, James Krebs, Jerry Michalski, 
Terry Wisser, Rick Baranowski. 

Mrs. Drescher 2nd Period Row 1 (L to R): Barbara Perl, Judith Martin, Janet Miscovish, Jeanette Nemeth, Cath- 
erine Piesz, Pat Telich. Row 2: Lynn Sweigert, Denise Perovsek, Patt Steigauf, Gale Kramar, Brenda Shipley, 
Carol Willert, Bonnie McCortney. Row 3: Rich Moyfield, Terry Van Dyne, John Bell, Mark Rossodivita, John 
Polite, Barbara Skofor. Row 4: Don Stearns, Mike Sikora, Richard Vahcic, Louis Saba, Keith Elshaw, Irvin 
Kays, Terry Morris. 



SOPHOMORES 




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Mrs. DeMoro Sth Period Row 1 (L to R): Chuck Koelling, Karen Sisby, Donna Panke, CloraBeth Tannehill, Barbara Nash, Daneen 
Dugon. Row 2: Dan Smolinsky, Dan 5hephard, Barb Butt, Sarah Goslee, Cathy Lutz, Donna Smink, Martha Bartel. Row 3: Mike 
Applequist, Al Di Biasio, Dave Laufer, Scott Boettcher, Thorn Kren, Joyce Siot, Nancy Edwards. 




Mrs. Gates 1st Period Row 1 (L to R): Nancy Tianello, Larry Watts, Barbara Frabotta, Mike Sarraino, Cathy Lovin. 

Row 2: Cindy Fried, Jim Harris, Marylou Hrovat, Maria Rozman, Rosemary Kosteloc. Row 3: Mary Dutrow, Vicki Kor- 

thals, Rose Nemeth, Doreen Cline, Adrienne Wells. Row 4: Ron Koepp, Dan Zdanowicz, Greg Zgonc, John Ormston, 
Gory Kordos, Jim Mehling. 



Mrs. Gates 3rd Period Row 1 (L to R): Libby Leigh, Kathy Braddock, Bill Jerin, Kathy Olds, Gloria Nalepa, Donna Wil- 
braham Row 2: Karen Kotona, Gretchen Ulstrom, Barb Brandich, Barb Seifert, Chris Ryan, Karen Braddock. Row 3: 
Lloyd Sherman, Chris Cameron, Richard Levok, Barbara Dongress, Marilou Miller, Kathy Kochevar. Row 4: Terry Kollar, 
Gomer Drozdik, Richard Brown, Anthony Dottore, Leo De Pretis, Carl Weiss, Jim Hanson. 





Mrs. Gotes Sth Period Row 1 (L to R): Janice Hatcher, Frank Barresi, Moryonne Kohut, Barbara Metz, Holly Patterson, Art Wilson. Row 2: 
Rich Cvetkovic, John Margheret, Nancy Lesiak, Jackie Hull, Michele Albertone, Linda McLaughlin, Roy Van Tilburg. Row 3: Dove Hehemann, 
Dove Aten, Steve Dornbusch, Cheryl Brown, Brian Conti, Lorrie, Kuret. Row 4: Gory Breeden, Mike Adams, Don Ballentine, Bruce Miller, 
John Gydosh, Alan Guttmann, Bernell Boron. 

Miss Harris 9th Period Row 1 (L to R): Sybil Tetrick, Linda Bryant, Ronnie Cassaro, Jeff Lick, Charlie 
Eostobrooks, Pot Totten, Cindy Bailiie. Row 2: Sharon Berzonske, Belinda Gromley, Monica Naworski, 
Bob Wicks, Wayne Streble, Mark Humphrey, Sharron Dorn, Carol Lehman. Row 3: Irene Szabo, Fred 
Minis, John Ferlito, Fred Schwenke, Curt Hanson, Terry Schenck, Tom White. Row 4: Dave Klopovic, 
Joe Flynn, Jim Knight, Mark Sabula, Mike Lonchor, Dick Clark, Robert Wallace, Steve Jezerinac. 




SOPHOMORES 



Miss Horris 10th Period Row 1 {L to R): Charlene Joyce, Lenore Buchholz, Judy Knack, Wilma Gallagher, Maureen Norton, Dennis 
Berardinelli. Row 2: Mike Bour, Penny Miller, Dave Griffis, Irene Schimes, Morgaret Koski, Irene Bacon. Row 3: Ken Mervo, Kolene 
Huncharek, Arlene Lach, Carol Mahovllc, Susan Hewitt, Barb Somso, Chuck Cutrone. Row 4: Bob Burick, Dan Herrmann, Sue Amoroso, 
Jo Ann DeBell, Paula Klein, Ann Ferencak. 





Miss Kaye 1st Period Row 1 (L to R): Mary Lou Stohre, Roberta Redfield, Lirida Reed, Spiros Gonakis, Joe Preskar, Gary Beeman. Row 2: 
Lyndi Moore, Lil Strekal, Al Scheimonn, Peg Brigden, Mike Boggess, Judy Klonn, Jeannette Trout. Row 3: Paul Torbet, Dale Nemeth, Gary 
Krall, Laura Forsythe, Lynda Cram, Barb Shenk. Row 4: Dennis Adams, Ron Krai, Cam Amos, Terry Rieder, Bob Hamilton, Don Maxa, 
Jim Curry. 



SOPHOMORES 




Miss Koye 3rd Period Row 1 (L to R): Steve Garvas, Glen Mourer, Mike Cifranic, Sue Blowers, Anita Jackson 
Row 2: Arnold Uhas, Richard Heiniger, Dave Marinelli, Scott Proctor, Tim Bork. Row 3: Dave Fuseck, John 
Hayes, Dennis Focht, David Redeye, Edward Puro, John Mack, Gary Chaunce. 



Miss Koye 4th Period Row 1 (L to R): Clara Hille, Pam Cooney, Jeannette Toth, Shoron Kelly, Bethann Zonneville, Beth An- 
drew, Sandy Silverman. Row 2: Debby Noro, Fran Roberts, Nancy Stanley, Donna Burris, Judy Johnson, Rick Thomas, Gloria 
DeMario. Row 3: Doug Duncan, Scott Hola, Dave Di Biasio, Bill Scott, John Mauser, Bonnie Newton, Carol Pfaller. Row 4: 
John Rieth, Lee Winder, Laura Maaswjnkel, Kendall Stouffer, Alan Walton, Dove Borrick, Frank Lemmo. 




224 







Miss Koye 7th Period Row 1 L to R): Greg Young, Cindy Snyder, Gail Res, Marlene Silverman, Darlene Waterwosh. Row 2: 
Charles Stout, Don Vibbert, Mark Rossi, Bill Koss, Bob Samuele. Row 3: Bob Schauer, Bob Mann, Dave Swagger, Ed Stibley, Mark 
Lombardi, John Tucceri. 

Miss Koye 8th Period Row 1 (L to R): Pat Gephort, Jomes Barney, Margaret Jennison, Donna Reinke, Rita Graham, Shelley Bene- 
dict, Nancy Lebet. Row 2: Richard Chesmc, James Pnbonic, Frank Congm, Jack McKee, Paul Zorko, Nick Farinacci, Ralph Calabrese. 




Mr. Lewis 3rd Period Row 1 (L to R): Solino Pawlak, Mary Mikus, Leonard Adams, Potty Zorko, Janet Kos, Sandra Nickles, Louis 
Segreto. Row 2: Billy Dornbusch, Mike Siston, Thomas Erwin, Clifford Kort, Mike Rupert, James Jenc, Albert Baka. 





Livingston 2nd Period Row 1 (L to R): Joan Loukiavich, Betty Torp, Linda Farley, Barb Romoser, Judy Stiscak, 
] Libman. Row 2: Noncie Gibbs, Greg Wagner, Darlene Rickord Gary Hassel, Sue Truesdale, Pat Pikula. Row 3: 

kinson, Gary Ray, Mary Corroll, Suzy Miller, Carol Botts. Row 4: Paul Swaidner, Tom Schmenk, 

th, Frank Patterson, Kenny Kelember, Steve Piscopo. 



Greg Walker, Ke 
Chris Miholic, K. 




Miss Madison 5th Period Rov 

Michael Kolus, Jim Shilander. 
Dennis Moyock, Elaine Doyle 
Mike Stockton, Ruth Von Sic 
Doesburg. 



1 (L to R): Kathleen Moore, Diane Andrews, Sue Smeltz, Joanne Allchin, Vishna Franic, 

Row 2: Dale Yoger, Dennis Mateyka, Rick Gorjup, Richard Schneider, Tazuko Thompson, 

Row 3: Bonnie Perpar, Beth Hamby, Gen Jancigar, John Wendolowski, Sally Gulich, 

Row 4: Arthur Koziera, Jack Prasek, Cindy Jonsa, Mike Thome, Doug Carney, Ralph 



Miss Madison 7th Period Row 1 (L to R): Andrea Witczak, John Engel, Nancy Gere, Carole Devor, Diane Dieckmann. Row 2: Donald 
Ziegler, Bernie Overberger, Sue Hertfelder, Betty Grigonis, Derrell Copes. Row 3: Don Shisila, Terry Donovan, Terry McGovern, Dan 
Barrick, Tim Gulich, Steve Reese. 





Mrs. McDonald 4th Period Row 1 (L to R) 

Rich Evans, John Powalie, Jim Garland, 
Came, John Koskr, Wes Thomas. 



lik, Jay Messner, Cindy Barney, Marge Lunder, Barb Gamber. Row 2: 
■man, Julia Heiniger. Row 3: Harry Gant, Dave Johnson, Bill Popp, Tom 



Mrs. McDonord 6th Period Row 1 L to R): Mike Smith, Agnes Skully, Mary Margaret Tucci, 
Janice Miklavic, Mike Bonfanfi. Row 2: Michelle Tolaro, Koryn Gonas, Kathy Launch, Barb 
Strovarace, Jackie Turner, Carl Behun. Row 3: Jeff Bitker, Ed Shetley, Bill Young, Craig 
Senger, Dan Barnhart, Laurie Brothers. Row 4: Richard Birdsong, Ron Raley, Elwood Brunner, 
Frank Andrulis, Bob Markovc, Deon Bammerlin. 




SOPHOMORES 



Mrs. McDonald 8th Period Row 1 (L to R): Dolores Kozar, Renia Sherrill, Jay Glick, Eva Hignite, Fracine Marion, Charles Myers. 
Row 2: Greg Wolenski, Mike Evans, Brent Hamilton, John Accettolo, Wayne Malz, Lucy Stucki. Row 3: Howard Denney, Mike 
Murowsky, Ron Vargo, Al Horvafh, Len Kramer, Bob Cuevas. Row 4: Wayne Vehar, Tom Ames, Doug Kelley, Terry Atves, David 
Aites, Al Case, Al Wisniewski. 





Miss Measomer 2nd Period Row 1 (L to R): Linda Pawlak, Pat Gombach, Jan Harvan, Margaret Massiello, Lois Decl<er, 
Debbie Naderer. Row 2: Sue Gustetic, Diane Ranker, Ginny Lenarcic, Joan Lewandowski, Kothy Kadlec, Rita Vcsas. 
Row 3: Rosey O'Donnell, Mary Jo Klocker, Geoffrey Sleeper, Sandra DiNardo, Bernice Matulis, Nancy Williams. Row 4: 
John McKee, Ken Manchen, Louis Olszewski, Carl Rosenberger, John Whitcomb, Denise Frak, Gregg Huddlestone. 




Miss Meosomer 4th Period Row 1 (L to R): Kathleen Wilber, Ellen Mizner, Mary Lou Cater, Gary Krech, Judy Straughan, 
Mono Sivec, Roberta Dillon, Arlene Florio. Row 2: Laurie Sickler, Sam Syracuse, Chris Peterson, Jane Telling, Gory 
Ciprian, Carole Fierle, John Meros, Sandy Kovel. Row 3: Tim Dular, Mike Chandler, Ken Ficere, Sandy Teschner, Pat 
Ellison, Donna Plickert, Gordon Lemke. Row 4: Ray Schultz, Bill Buikus, Mark Pena, John Oyster, Leroy Williams, 
Mike Kickle. 

Miss Meosomer 9th Period Row 1 (L to R): Bob Edwardson, David Grieshammer, Pat Walter, Laura Blatecky, Chris Cebron, Sandy 
Kostelic, Row 2: Janet Graves, Potti Page, Donna Bass, Kathy Pultorak, Loura Azman, Sandy Pirro, Denise Culmer. Row 3: Dennis 
Lovorgna, Richard Lament, Dennis Golon, Bill Davis, Dave Robinson, Vicki Kurr. Row 4: A! Vilcheck, Rick Pichette, Bruce Troja- 
nowski, Larry Nagode, Dennis Bosco, Frank Cercek, Bob Oktabetz. 





Mrs. Niebes 6th Period Row 1 (L to R): Robbie Anderson, Donna Kenny, Cheri Kitko, Diane Hannon, Tom Buckman, Jim Skeen. 
Row 2: Randy Dutko, Marie Copaldi. Colleen Skonier, Shirley Chisholm, Judy Capiccioni, Cathy Carpenter, Debby Cherry. Row 
3: Bill Kazen, Wendell Price, Gary Botts, Robert Race, Gary Cowper, Rich Tionelto, Doug Keller. Row 4: Hans von Rekowski, 
Fred Borbis, Dave White, Jomes McTighe, Jock Mikovic, Mike Tittnich, Geoff Swisher. 




SOPHOMORES 



Mr. Pringle 1st Period Row 1 (L to R): Bonnie Sieferd, Jeff Bish, Cheryl Reed, Jim Reitz, Jan 
Subel, Russ Fenster. Row 2: Gayle Kehres, Beth Heglaw, Jeff Burns, Shirley Plott, Shirley Swonger, 
Peter Haller, Carol Schubert. Row 3: Sandra Doles, Susan Laurich, Catherine Moore, Stan Ulle, 
Brion Ursich, Rosemary Klancar, Mary Nossek. Row 4: Terry Cerne, Larry Gamer, Ron Meister, 
Sue Lanser, John Augustine, Tom Spike, Jim Orazen. 



Mrs. Niebes 3rd Period Row 1 (L to R): Linda Zodd, Rose Morton, Mary Carol Frey, Dave Lawrence, Keren Zelman, Vicki Stevens, 
Mary Mocke. Row 2: Carol Britvic, Joan Hocevar, John Cimpermon, Sally Rogell, Karen Lobas, Carolyn Pograis, Diane Wunderle. 
Row 3: Vic Morkovich, Michael Nagy, Cherene Thweatt, Linda Tucci, Tom Budos, Roberta Kormos, Dale Kalomosz. Row 4: John 
Retro, Joy Cost, Bruce Sperko, Guy Mclntyre, Bob Matetich, Wayne Cetinich, Dale Hocevar, Jim Farizel. 





SOPHOMORES 



Mr. Pringre Row 1 (L to R): Peggy Vollman, Sara Weinberger, Randi Slusser, Krtty Toll, Rita Kuhn, 
Mary Ploga Row 2: Pot Primoznik, Debbie Detweiler, Brad Lyman, Jerry Morris, Mike Springob, Larry 
Tatty, Anita Korp Row 3: Jon Walker, Steve Rolfe, Jrm Wyskocil, Jim Petrovic, Rosemary Scott, Linda 
Sanborn, Susan Sterlekar. Row 4: Don Lewis, Bill Mobbs, Mike Envighot, Philip Dickinsen, Stan Peklay, 
Marlene Meors, Debby Brass. 




Mr. Pringle Row 1 (L to R): Diane Horobik, Linda Weaver, Laurel Abraham, Nick Perfetti, Andy Kever, Dennis Rosa. Row 2: 
Tim Hoase, Kothy Marcus, Linda Pozun, Andy Altenweg, Ed Barrett, Debby Mihocik. Row 3: Bob Noda, Kothie Tanner, Kathy 
Bowers, John Francis, John Robinson, Bruce Vehar. Row 4: Welly Ugrlnic, Tom Kekic, Gary Krsolovic, John Deming, Bruce Dei, 
Bill De Benedictis. 



Mr. Pringle 7 



» Row 1 (L to R): Terry Newman, Shelly Tarantino, Sharon Erickson, Lynn Bair, Joanna Zupancic, Bob 
ow 2: John Anderson, Marianne Frueboes, Debbie Denney, Linda Senger, Jim Dutrow, Mike Cunning- 
John Kekic, Danny Lombardo, Tony Verch, Jerry Foster, David Zgonc, Dave Wohlgemuth, Ron Walsh. 




SENIOR INDEX 



RONALD ABRAMS Ron 

Big Show 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 
3, 4; Pit Band 2, 180, 181, 183. 



FRANK JOHN ACCETTOLA 



BARBARA ANN ADAMS 
Friendship Club 4. 186. 



SUSAN IRENE THERESE ADAMS Red 

Friendship Club 3, 4. 186. 



LINDA JOY AKRABOFF Linda 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2; Mixed 
Choir 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 178, 205. 



MICHAEL ANTHONY ALBANESE Big Mike 

Transfer Student. Gym Leaders 3; Math Club 3, 
4; World Affairs 3. 



JAMES JOHN ALBINI Jim 

Transfer Student. E-Room Activities 4; Fall Play 
4; Folk Club 4; Student Council Representative 
4; J.V. Football 3; Outdoor Club 2; Safety Club 
2; Track 3. 174, 176. 



JAMES ARNOLD Arnie 

Foremen's Club 4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4. 190, 



RICHARD ARTHUR 



ARLENE AUGUSTINE 



GAIL CHERYL BAHR Gail 

Choral Masters 4; Drama Workshop 3; Friendship 
Club 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Home- 
coming 3; Spectrum 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3; National Honor Society 4, 178, 
184, 186, 198, 201. 



WILLIAM C. G. BAILLIE, JR. Bill 

Chevron Society 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Bond 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4. 180, 181, 183. 

BARRY BAIR Barry 



REGINA BAKER Jean 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.5. 4; 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Spirits 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Usher 3. 172, 184, 186, 200, 201, 
203, 205. 



RUDOLPH BAVEC Rudy 

STEVEN BAYER Steve 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, 
Copywriter 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sci- 
ence Seminar 3, 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4; I.Q.S. 4. 174, 188, 198, 201, 203, 210. 

PAUL CURTIS BECKWITH Paul 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 
100, 205. 

VIRGINIA BEHUN Virginia 



CAROL BELL Carol 

Ski Club 3, 4; Student Council Representative 3. 
205. 



ELAINE BELPULSI 



ROSALEE ANN BELTZ Rose 

Transfer Student. Friendship Club 3, 4; Girls Glee 
Club 2; Student Council Representative 3. 186. 



NANCY BELUCHAK 



MARK ALEXANDER Mark 

ROBIN LEE ALEXANDER "'• Rob 

A.F.S. 4; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidion Training 
Club 2; Junior Red Cross 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Spectrum 3; Survey Training Club 3; Usher 3; 
Wai Napole 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 196, 198, 204, 205. 

DOLORES MARIE ALIOTO Dee 

Student Council Representative 4. 174. 

LONI ALLISON Loni 

RICHARD ALMASY Rick 

Cross Country 2; Gym Leaders 2; Letfermen ?.. 

CARLENE JEAN ALMGREN Carlene 

Cheering Block 4; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 3, 
4; Girls Glee Club 4. 179, 185, 186, 189. 

GERALD AMIRAULT Gerald 

DEBORAH JEAN ANDERSON Pudgy 

Transfer Student. F.B.L.A. 4; Movie Club 4. 191, 



GAIL ANDERSON Gail 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 
4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 184, 194, 195, 198, 205. 



BARBARA BALL Barb 

Transfer Student. Friendship Club 2, 3. 



PHYLLIS BALL 

F.N.C. 4; Homecoming 4, 185. 



NED WALLACE BALSLEY Ned 

Key Club 2, 3. 

LINDA MARIE BARAN Linda Bee 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 4, 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 3. 
186, 194, 201, 205. 

LINDA L. BARANSKI Linda 

Co-op Students 4. 195. 

BENJAMIN BARBERA Ben 

THOMAS BARBIS Tom 

SHARON DAWN BARNEY Sherry 

Retailing 4. 

HAZEL BARNHART Hazel 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194. 

MARIANNE THER5E BARTELD Marianne 

Cheering Block 4. 189. 



KATHLEEN ANNE BENDA Kathy 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 4. 184, 186, 196, 198, 201. 

GERALD BENSI Jerry 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Footboll 2; Gym Leaders 2; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.5. 
3, 4; National Honor Society 4. 100, 198, 200. 

JAMES EDWARD BERAN Jim 

Baseball 2, 3; Choral Masters 2, 3, 4; Football 
3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Mixed Choir 2; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Letterman 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Executive 
Board 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 100, 178, 200, 205. 

RONALD BERLAN Roll 

Cross Country 2, 3; E-Room Activities 3, 4; 
Homecoming 4; Survey Business Staff 3; Track 3. 



BARBARA VIRGINIA BERNLOHR Bernie 

Bosketball 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Spirits 3, 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2, Executive Board 3, Treasurer 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Buckeye Girls' State; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Softball 2 ,3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3. 175, 
192, 198, 200, 202. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH BERTALAN Bill 

Big Show 2; Fall Play 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3; Spring 
Play 2; Stage Crew 2; Student Supply Store 3, 4. 
194. 



LAWRENCE ANDERSON Larry 

Cadet Bond 2, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Bond 2, 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 180, 181, 188, 198, 202, 205. 



RICHARD ALLEN ANDERSON Rick 

Transfer Student 4; E-Room Activities 4; Home- 
coming 4. 33 



CELESTINE LEE ANDREWS Celeste 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 4; Eu- 
clidian Training Club 2, Fall Ploy 3; Spectrum 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 198, 201, 
203, 210. 



SANDRA LEE ANDRULIS Sandi 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Junior Cabi- 
net 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3, 4. 186, 194, 201. 



VALERIE ANTONICK 



SUSAN ELLEN ARK 

Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 4. 205. 



Valerie 
Sue 



PATRICIA BASHEL 
JOHN BASTJANCIC 



BRUCE JAMES BATT 
Foremen's Club 4. 1 8( 



LAUREL BAUM 



Pat 
John 
Bruce 

Laurel 



LAURA ANN BAUMAN Laura 

Cheering Block 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; 
Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; I.Q.S. 
4. 172, 184, 189, 196, 203, 205. 



WAYNE BAUMGART 
CHARLES BAUMILLER 



Wayne 
Chuck 



KAREN SUE BAUR Karen 

Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activities 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 
2, 3; Homecoming Court 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2, 3. 102, 178, 186, 205. 



RAYMOND BETZ Ray 

MARY ALICE BIFRO Mair 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Ski 
Club 4. 205. 



KATHLEEN MARY BILLINGS 
Girls Glee Club 2. 



GEORGE BILYK 



Kathy 



George 



MADELINE JUDITH BIR Bir 

Eucuyo 4; Folk Club ; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4; World Affairs Club 4. 174, 185, 
196, 201, 202, 205. 



JAMES BIRDSONG 
CHERI BISBEE 



Jim 
Cheri 



LINDA MARIE AGNES BLAKELEY Lynn 

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



ROY BLANKSCHAEN 
HARRY BLATNIK 



Roy 
Harry 



MARY ANN BLAZEK Mary 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; Junior Red Cross 
2. 185, 186. 

JAMES BLOMQUIST Jim 

LINDA BLUHM Linda 

Friendship Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 137, 186, 205. 



In 

ELLEN LOUISE BOEHMER , Ellie 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 194, 195, 198. 



BARBARA BOHINC Barb 

Cheering Block 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 
3, 4, Secretary 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3. 124, 172, 
189, 198, 200. 



KARL FREDERICK BOHR Karl 

Baseball 2; Golf Club 4; Ski Club 4. 205. 



JOANNE LEE BRUNELLE Joanne 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Majorette 4; Head 4; 
Substitute 3; Majorette Club 2; National Honor 
Society 4. 108, 198. 



DIANE TINA BRYAN Tina 

Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4; Wai Napolo 4. 
174, 180, 181, 201, 202, 204. 



JERRY LEE BRYANT 



ELAINE BUB0NIC5 

Friendship Club 4; Mixed Choir 2. 186. 



RICHARD BUCCERI 



PAUL FREDERICK BUCHHOLZ 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lettermon 3, 4. 



Jerry 
Elaine 

Richard 
Buck 



FRANK ROBERT BUDIC Sonny 

Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Lettermon 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 

NANCY ANN BURICH Nancy 

Ski Club 3, 4. 205. 

PATRICIA ANN BURKE Pat 

Transfer Student. Concert Band 2; Co-op Stu- 
dents 4; Marching Bond 2; Pep Band 2; D.E.C.A. 
4, Secretary 4. 195. 



BILL CATHCART Bill 

J.V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 2, 3, 
4; Letterman 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 188, 198, 116. 



DOUGLAS CATHON 



NOREEN ANN CAVAN Noreen 

Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Ads Manager 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; F.N.C. 3, 4; Treasur- 
er 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Vice President 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Tolent Scouts 
EHS 2. 208, 185, 203, 201, 174, 198. 



GAYLA CAVATINO Gay 

D.E.C.A. 4; Ski Club 3. 195. 

PATRICIA CERGOL Pat 

GORDON D. CHAPMAN Gordon 

Camera Club 4; Gym Leaders 4; Vice President 
4; Gymnastics Club 4. 190. 

JUNE ANN CHIODO Jac 

Fall Play 4; Stage Crew 4. 177. 

BARBARA FRANCIS PAULA CHOVAN Ringo 
Eucuyo 4; Folk Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3; Usher 3; 
World Affairs Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 
4. 202, 179, 198. 



CAROL ANN BOKAR Carol 
Friendship Club 4. 186. 

BARRY JOSEPH BOLKA Barry 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Political Affairs 

Club 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Stu- 
dent Supply Store 3; National Honor Society 4. 
188, 196, 197, 198, 205. 

GRACE BONANNO Groce 

JAMES BONFANTI Jim 

PATRICIA MARIE BOOTS Patty 
G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2. 

CAROL ANN BORDEN Carol 
Transfer Student. Junior Red Cross 2, 3; F.T.A. 
2, 3. 

JOHN WILLIAM BORENSKI John 
Bowling 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2. 



FRANK BOTZ 
WILLIAM BOUFFARD 
THOMAS BOUR 
KENNETH BOWEN 
THOMAS BOWERS 
MICHAEL BOYCE 



JANICE FAITH BURKLEY Janice 

Math Club 3; Political Affairs Club 3, 4; World 
Affairs Club 4; National Honor Society 4. 196, 



KATHLEEN RAE BOYD 
F.N.C. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4. 185, 202. 



JAMES BRAIDIC 
GEORGE BRAIN 



Tom 

Ken 

Tom 

Mike 

Kothie 

Jim 

George 



JANIS BRAZALOVICS Jon 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Girls Glee Club 
2, 3; Spirits 3, 4; Usher 3. 186,200. 

JOHN BREZNAY John 



TOM BROWN T 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 4. 200, 202, 205. 



PATTI BURLINGHAM 
G.A.A. 2. 



PATRICIA BURNETT 
GARY BUSCH 



DENNIS BUSH 
Chess Club 4. 



Sam 

Pat 

Gary 

Dennis 



KAREN JEAN BUYNAK Buynok 

Friendship Club 3; Student Council Representa- 



KATHLtEN ANN CALLAHAN Kathy 

Folk Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; Po- 
litical Affairs Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Scouts EHS 3; World Affairs Club 3, 4. 176, 
185, 196, 205. 

SANDRA CALLOW Sandy 



BERNADINE CATHERINE CAMPBELL Bernie 

Girls Glee Club 2, 3. 

GLORIA JEAN CAPRETTI Cookie 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 178. 

STEPHANIE CARDULLIAS Steph 

F.T.A. 4; Spectrum 3; Survey Training Club 
3; National Honor Society 4. 184. 198. 



ERIK MARTIN CARLSON Erik 

Baseball 2; Key Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 
4; Student Council Representative 4. 174, 188, 
201, 205. 



MICHAEL CARNEY 



FRANK C. CAROTENUTO 
Foremen's Club 4. 



Mike 

Flash 



RONALD CARPENTER Ron 

GEORGE CARTER George 

DENNIS CASEY Dennis 



ROBERT CHRISTIE 



LINDA LOUISE CHRISTOPHER Lin 

N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Spectrum 2. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH CHUDZIK Barb 

Girls Glee Club 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Political Affoirs Club 3; Spectrum 
4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; World Affairs Club 4. 203, 198, 201, 
196, 198. 

VIRGINIA CIBBS Ginny 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 2, 

3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; G.L.C. 3, 4. 178; 192. 



LINDA CIGAN 
Transfer Student. 



CAROL CIGOY 



Carol 



Charli< 



HELEN MARTHA CIMBALOS 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski Club 4; 

Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 3, 

4; National Honor Society. 186, 194, 205, 201, 

172. 



MARY LOUISE CLAPACS Mary Lou 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Usher 3; National Honor 
Society 4. 194, 195, 198. 



DALE CLARK 



BOB COATSWORTH 



SUSAN COLLINS 



Dole 



Sue 



JOHN COLOSI John 

KENNETH EUGENE COMPORT Ellen 

ELLEN LOUISE CONNELLY Ellen 

DONITA CONSILIO Don 

Cheering Block 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 
4; Survey Business Staff 4; Assistant Business 
Manager 4; Survey Training Club 3; I.Q.S. 4. 
186, 205, 172, 203. 

ROBIN LOUISE CONTf^^S^ Bird 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Girls 

Glee Club 2; Student Council Representative 

3, 4; National Honor Society 4. 186, 174, 198. 



233 



LESLIE ANN COOK Les 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 
4; Treasurer 4; World Affairs Club 3; National 
Honor Society 4. 184, 205, 201, 196, 198. 

JAMES COOKE Jim 

FRANCES COOL 



MARY THERESA COONEY Coonerd 

Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 3; Usher 2. 



JULIANNE COPPERS 



DebbK 



DEBORAH WALLACE CORDON 
Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 2, Folk Club 3, 4; Youth Council on 
Human Relations 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4. 
170, 176, 203. 



WILLIAM CORNWELL 
MICHAEL CORRIGAN 



ill 



KATHLEEN ANN COTMAN Kathy 

Girls Glee Club 2; National Honor Society 4. 
198. 

LAWRENCE GEORGE COTTON Larry 

Wai Napolo 2, 3; J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. 



CHARLES BRACKEN COX Chuck 

Buckeye Boy's State 3; Choral Masters 3; Eu- 
clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Notional 
Honor Society 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 2, 3; 
Treasurer 4; Science Seminar 2, 3; Spirits 4; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3; I.Q.S. 4. 
210, 188, 198, 201, 200, 203. 



RICHARD CRANE Richard 

JOHN CRAWFORD J.C. 

Eucuyo 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Key Club 
2, 3, 4;* Student Council Representative 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4. 202, 188, 114. 



LINDA KATHLEEN CROCKETT Crickett 

Transfer Student. Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 2; 
G.A.A. 2; Junior Cabinet 3; N.F.L. 2; Student 
Council Representative 2; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; Talent Scouts 
EHS 4; National Honor Society 4. 186, 170, 
198. 



JOHN BLAIR CURTIS John 

Transfer Student 2; Key Club 3, 4; Political 
Affairs Club 4, Vice-president 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 188, 196, 205, 198 



ROSEMARY ANN CZOHARA 



PATRICIA DAVIS 
DALE DEBELJAK 
HAROLD DE BOE 
CARMELLA DECAPITE 



Pot 

Dale 

Harold 

Carmella 

DARLEEN DECKER Dar 

G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 2; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2. 43. 



HARRY WILLIAM DECKMAN Harry 

Concert Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 4; Political Affairs Club 2; Science 
Seminar 2, 3, 4; Student Supply Store 3; 
Notional Honor Society 4. 180, 181, 202, 197, 
194, 44, 198. 



WILLIAM CARL DEI Bil 

Cross Country 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Lettermen'; 
Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4; J.V. Swim Tean- 
2; Track 3, 4. 110, 44, 102, 200, 112. 



MARIA ELENA DEMARIO Maria 

Co-op Students 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; 
G.A A. 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Notional Honor Society 4. 105, 
186, 194, 44, 198. 



PAUL DEMBEK 
BRIGITTE DEPRETIS 
WAYNE DICKHEISER 



Paul 
Brigitte 
Wayne 



PRISCILLA DICKINSON Prissy 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C 
3, 4; Homecoming 2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Executive Board 4 
Student Council Representative 2; Usher 3 
National Honor Society 4. 182, 186, 185, 181 
205, 201, 44, 198. 



KAREN DIEHL Karen 

CHERYL ANN DIETRICH Cherie 

FBL.A 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4. 194, 44, 

RONALD ALBERT DIPKO Dippy 

DONALD DIVITO Don 

LOIS MARIE DODDS Lo 

F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 2, 3; 
Varsity Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 
2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 3; Wai Napolo 4, 
184, 205, 204, 44. 

JOHN DOHERTY Jack 



ROBERT HENRY DREYER Bob 

Transfer Student 4; Chess Club 2, 3; N.F.L. 4; 
Ski Club 2; Track 2; Wrestling 3. 202. 

STEVE DROTLEFF Steve 

THOMAS ALLEN DRUMMOND Tom 

J.V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 2, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3. 



DIANE LYNN DRYER Diane 

F.N.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; Usher 3. 
185, 192. 



FREDERICK ANTON NICHOLAS DUGACH 

Teddy Bear 
E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Gym Leaders 3; Lettermen's Club 4; 
Letterman 4; J.V. Swim Team 3. 100, 200. 

MARSHA DIANA DUNKER Marsh 

Choral Masters 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Wai Napolo 

2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; World Affairs 

3, 4. 178, 198, 204, 196, 198. 



THOMAS DUSHAK 
DANIEL DUTCHER 



Tom 
Dan 



JACQUELINE MARIE DZURA Jackie 

Transfer Student. 

SANDRA EASTABROOKS Sandro 

GARY EASTER Gory 

J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Country 2; Gym Leaders 
3, 4, Student Council Representative 2. 

JACQUELINE EBEL Jacque 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski Club 4. 
194, 205. 

MARY ELLEN ECKENRODE Mary Ellen 



BARBARA LUANN EGLIN Barb 

Cheering Block 4; Choral Masters 4; Friendship 
Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; 
G.L.C. 3, 4, Executive Board 4; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4, Assistant News Editor 4 
Survey Training Club 2; Usher 3; Spirits 4 
Notional Honor Society 4; Senior Cabinet 4 
I.QS. 4, 189, 178, 192, 205, 170, 200, 198 
203. 



MARGUERITE EHLERT ,.. Sam 

Transfer Student. A.F.S. 3; Friendship Club 4; 
G.A A, 4; Student Council Representative 4; 
World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 186, 174, 196, 198. 

ALBERT EDWIN EHRKE Al 

Bowling 3; Foremen's Club 4. 190. 



GERALD D'AMICO 
KENNETH DANCH 
WILLIAM D'ANNA 
GARRY DARDIS 



BARBARA DOLES Barb 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 186, 194 

PATRICIA CAROL DONNER Pot 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4. 186, 205, 201. 

THOMAS DOWNING Tom 



JUDITH ANN EICHBERGER Judy 

Cheering Block 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 
3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Ski Club 4, 

Spectrum 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Circu 

lotion Manager 4; Survey Training Club 2 

National Honor Society 4. 189, 184, 203, 201, 
172, 198. 



DAVID ELEK 



CATHERINE PATRICIA URSULA DAVID Cothy 
F.N.C. 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Winter Festival 3. 185, 205. 



BARBETTE DAVIDSON Barb 

Fall Play 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Board 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Co- 
Business Manager 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
Usher 3; Notional Honor Society 4. 184, 203, 
205, 201, 174, 172, 43, 198. 



KATHLEEN ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Girls Glee Club 2. 



TOM DOYLE 



PATRICIA ANNE DRAKE Patt 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4. 186, 170. 



ROBERT DRENBERG 
KAREN DRENSER 
KATHLEEN DRENSER 



Bob 

Karen 

Kathleen 



JUDITH ANN EMMERT Judy 

Cheering Block 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Girls Glee Club 
2, 3; I.Q, S. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4; 
Student Supply Store 3, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4, Assistont Ad Manager 3, Ad Man- 
ager 4; Survey Training Club 2. 189, 203, 
194, 172. 



RICHARD K. ENGLAND Little Ceasuer 

Golf Club 4; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2, 3. 



LAUREL ALLENE EPPICH Laurie 

Fall Play 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
Movie Club 2; Talent Scouts EHS 2, 3, 4. 194. 



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LOIS MARIE ERZEN Lois 

Ski Club 3; Spectrum 2. 

DIANE ESPLANDIU Diane 

REBECCA ESPLANDIU Becky 

MONICA LOUISE EVANCIC Pengi 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship 4. 186. 

BARBARA EVERLY Barb 

Friendship Club 4. 186. 

NATASA FABIAN Natasa 

Friendship Club 3. 

LINDA FEDOR Linda 

BARBARA JEAN FELDMAN Borb 

Friendship Club 3; Girls Glee Club 3; Student 
Council Representative 3. 

WADE ANTHONY FENNELL Wade 

Bowling 4; Homecoming 4. 

MICHAEL FERGUS Mike 

Fall Play 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 

4; Political Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 4. 188, 
196, 201. 



SUNDAY FRALEY Sunni 

Fall Play 3; Friendship Club 4; Majorette Club 
2; Survey Trainrng Club 2; Talent Scouts EMS 
3. 186. 



JUDITH ANN FRANCIS 
Friendship Club 4. 186. 



ROBERT WARREN FRANCIS 



CAROL FRANK Carol 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Euclidion Editorial Staff 3, 4; Under- 
class Editor 3, Senior Editor 4, Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, District 
Secretary 4, Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 4; Home- 
coming 2; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice 
President 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Winter 
Festival 4 178, 210, 184, 192, 198, 197, 174, 
203. 



DIANE FRANK Diane 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 
3, 4; President 4; Dramo Workshop 2, 3; Eu- 
clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Copy Editor 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; Fall Ploy 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 178, 210, 203, 198. 



MARY ELLEN FRIEDEL Mary 

Friendship Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 
205. 



JUDITH ANN GASPER Judy 

Majorette Club 3; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 202, 183, 198. 



ANDREA JEAN GATES Noses 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Mixed Choir 4. 186, 179. 



ELIZABETH GAYDOS Betsy 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Homecoming 3; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; N F.L. 2; Notionol Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3; Junior Class 
Executive Boord 3. 182, 208, 186, 185, 184, 
192, 181, 198, 



GEORGIA ANN GEER George 

G.A A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Political 
Affairs Club 2. 



SUSAN JO GEIST 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3. 



WAYNE GELLER 



ROBERT GORDON GEPHART Bob 

Transfer Student. J.V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 



JOHN FERRIS 



SALLY ELIZABETH FERRIS 



Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Mixed Choii 
2; Student Supply Store 3,4. 178, 194. 



LYNETTE MARIE FIERLE Lynne 

Folk Club 4; F.N.C. 3; Orchestra 2, 4; Pit 
Band 4. 176, 194, 



JACQUELINE K. PENNER 
Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 4. 205. 



PATRICIA FRIEDMAN Pat 

Big Show 3; Cheerleader 2, 4; Choral Masters 4; 
E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Homecoming 3, 4, Letter- 
men's Club 4; N.FL. 2; Ski Club 2, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; Winter Festivol Court 
2; Homecoming Queen 4. 125, 178, 186, 200, 
205, 174, 105. 



GERALDINE DIANE FRIEL Irish 

Folk Club 4, Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4; Talent Scouts 
EHS 4; Track 3, 4. 176, 194, 174. 



PAULETTE GERBETZ 



Sharon 
I Staff 3, 4, Faculty 



SHARON MARIE GERL 
A.F.S. 4; Euclidian Edit 

Editor 3; Identification Editor 4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2; Girls 
Concert Choir 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 4; Usher 3; Wai 
Napolo 3, 4, Historian 4; World Affairs Club 4; 
I.Q.S. 4. 189, 210, 184, 198, 205, 174, 204, 
196, 203. 



DONNA FINK 



Fink 



Big Show 3; Cheering Block 4; Choral Masters 
4; F.N.C. 3, 4; G A A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 
3; Mixed Choir 2;G.L.C 4; Notional Honor 
Society 4. 189, 178, 185, 192, 198. 



LINNEA FINLAYSON 
JAMES FISCHER 
VIRGINIA FI5TER 
MATHEW FITZMAURICE 
THOMAS FITZPATRICK 
LAURA FLEETE 



Linnea 

Jim 

Virginia 

Fitz 

Tom 

Laura 



LINDA RAE FLEETE Lynn 

Ad Club 3,4; Friendship Club 4; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4; Usher 3; Wai Na- 
polo 4. 191, 186, 205, 174, 204. 



MARGARET N. FRYE Peggy 

A.F.S. 3, 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Homecoming 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Usher 2, 3, 4. 189, 186, 184, 205. 



MARY ANN FUERST 



KATHERINE FUGINA Kathy 

Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A, A. 3, 
4; I Q.S, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Survey Editorial 
Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2; Wai Napolo 
4, World Affairs Club 3, 4; President 4; Notion- 
al Honor Society 4, 186, 203, 196, 205, 201 
204, 196, 198. 



JOHN ROGER GADI5H John 

J.V. Football 2; Foremen's Club 4; Letterman 
2; J.V. Wrestling 2. 190. 



ROBERT JOHN GALE Bob 

Gym Leaders 2; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 
3, 4; Track 3, 4. 200, 1 12. 



SUSAN ANN GEYER Sue 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Homecoming 
3; Student Council Representative 3; F.B.L.A. 
4. 186, 194. 



CHERYL SUE GILLESPIE Cheryl 

Choral Masters 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.F.L. 4. 178, 202. 



Jingle 



PATTI ANN GINGELL Jingle 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 
3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship 
Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Majorette Club 2; Marching Band 

2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; 
Cheering Block 4, Secretory-Treasurer 4; F.N.C. 

3, 4. 180, 208, 192, 181, 198, 200, 189, 185. 



MILAN G. GLASNEY 



HAROLD EARL GLENN JR. Harold 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Co-op Student 4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Retail Management 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 
178, 195. 



JAMES FORRISTELL Jim 

Transfer Student. J. V. Basketball 2; Eucuyo 4; 
Key Club 2, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student 
Council Representative 2; Track 2. 202, 188, 
205. 



WILLIAM GLENN FORSYTHE Glenn 

Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Big Show 

2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Director 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 

3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 4; Student Council Representative 4; Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Usher 2; 
Notional Honor Society 4; I.Q.S. 4. 126, 102, 
188, 200, 183, 201, 174, 170, 114, 203, 198. 

DONNA JEAN MARIE FRABOTTA Fobeets 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 4; Spring Play 3, 4;. Usher 2. 186. 



FREDERICK D. GALLAGHER Rick 

Key Club 4; N.F.L. 4; Political Affairs Club 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4. 188, 202, 196, 205. 

WILLIAM GALLAHER Bill 



DALE GARRIS Dale 

Baseball 2; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; 

Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 100, 
200. 



GARY GARRITY 



JEANETTE LOUISE GASPER Jennie 

Friendship 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 3. 186, 205, 
172. 



DIANA LYNN CLICK 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 183. 



LINDA ANN GLICKER Bertha 

Transfer Student. Ski Club 3, 4. 205. 



SHERYL MARIE GLICKER Sheryl 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Student Supply Store 4; Choral 
Masters 4; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4, Layout Editor 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls 
Concert Choir 3; Mixed Choir 2; I.Q.S. 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 
3, 4. 189, 194, 178, 210, 184, 203, 198, 197. 



CAROL ANN GLOTZBECKER Carol 

Eucuyo 4, National Honor Society 4. 198, 202. 



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KATHLEEN GOLDSTEIN Kathy 



BOBBIE JEAN GORNICK Bobbi( 

Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 



DARLENE MARIE GORTZ Dar 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 2; Choral Masters 
3, 4; FN.C. 4; Mixed ChOT 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Sophomore Class 
Vice-President 2. 124, 178, 185, 192, 198. 



HAROLD GRAHAM Clarence 

Cross Country 3; Eucuyo 2; Lettermen's Club 3; 
Letterman 3; Ski Club 2; Track 2, 3. 



RICHARD GRAHAM Ratch 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; NF.L. 4; Political Af- 
fairs Club 4; Student Council Representative 2; 
Track 2, 3. 110, 202, 196. 



GARY ALAN GRAU5 Gary 

Homecoming 3; Movie Club 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 3. 191. 



ROBERT A. GREENE 



PATRICIA MARG GREGIC Pat 

Friendship Club 4; FT, A. 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 

2; N.F.L. 4; Tolent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 186, 184, 
202. 



CONSTANCE GREGORIC 
CATHERINE GRIFFITH 



Connie 
Cothy 



BARBARA ANNE HADDAD Barb 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.BL.A. 2; 
Maiorette Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 191, 186, 193, 198. 



JILL MARIE HADDOCK Jill 

Cheerleaders 2, 4; E-Room Activities 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C, 3, 4; Homecoming 3; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Lettermen's Club 4; Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council Representotive 2; Usher 2, 3, 
124, 186, 184, 192, 200, 198, 205, 



CAROL HADYK Corol 

CHERYL LYN HAGER Amazon 

Transfer Student, Co-op Student 4, 

CHRISTINE ANN HAGSTRAND Chris 

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

SANDRA LEE HALL Sandy 

Folk Club 3, 4; F.B L.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Girls Glee 
Club 4; Ski Club 4; Talent Scouts EHS 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 176, 184, 179, 205, 198. 

RICHARD HAMILTON Rick 

SANDRA LEE HAMILTON Sandi 

Eucuyo 3; Friendship Club 4; Ski Club 4; Spec- 
trum 4. 186, 205, 201. 

LESLIE HANCOCK Leslie 

ALLEN HANGEN Allen 



DONNA HEGLER 



LORETTA JANE HEISE 



Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Co-op Student 4; G.L.C. 3; 
Survey Training Club 2; National Honor Society 
4. 191, 195. 



WILLIAM HEISLER 



DONNA HELMICK 



CHERYL HENCSEL 
Friendship Club 3, 4. 186. 



KAREN ELAINE HENNIE Karen 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 
3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4. 182, 185, 181. 



DAVID MARK HEUER Dave 

Choral Masters 4; Mixed Choir 2. 178. 



WILLIAM HIGHLAND 



LORRAINE MARCIA HILL Lori 

A.F.S. 4; E-Room Activities 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 

Majorette Club 2, 3; Political Affairs Club 4; 

Spectrum 4; Cheering Block 4. 189, 184, 196, 
201, 189. 



LINDA SUSAN HIMES Linda 

A.F.S, 4; Choral Mosters 4; Girls Concert Choir 
3; Girls Glee Club 2; Spectrum 4; World Affairs 
Club 4; National Honor Society 4. 198, 178, 
201, 196. 



ELAINE MARIE GRIGAS Elaine 

Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 4; Girls Glee Club 
2; Spectrum 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. 
176, 186, 201. 



LAWRENCE W. GRIGSBY Lorry 

Chorol Masters 4; Cross Country 4; Gym Leod- 
ers 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 
4; Trock 2, 3, 4; N.A.5.S. 3, 4. 178, 110, 200, 
205, 174, 112. 



GERALD G, GRINSTEAD 
ROBERT H, GRONOWSKI 



CHERYL A, GRZSIK Cherie 

Junior Red Cross 4; Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4, 

AUDREY ALICE GUDAITIS Aud 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, F,B,L,A, 
3, 4; G,A,A, 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 3. 194, 
205. 



LYNDA JEAN GULICH Lynn 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Board 2, 3, Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 

2, 3; Junior Cabinet 3; National Honor Society 

3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4; 
Student Council Representative 3. 186, 198. 



LINDA GUTKA 



LINDA MARLEEN GUYTON Linda 

Co-op Student 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4. 174. 



PAUL EDWARD GYONGYOS Paul 

Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Notional 
Honor Society 4; Math Club 2, 4; Political 
Affairs Club 2, 3; Science Seminar 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 2, 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 2. 188, 174, 198. 



MICHAEL KAREN HARRIS Mike 

A.F.S. 3, 4, Semi-Finolist 3; Junior Cobinet 3; 
Notional Honor Socety 3, 4; Ponther 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Woi No- 
polo 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4; Buckeye 
Girl's State Representative; Prom Committee 3; 
United Appeal Committee Choirmon 4, 184, 
198, 125, 205, 204, 196, 



ROBERT HARRISON Bob 

MARJORIE ROSE HART Morj 
F,BL,A, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 2. 
194. 

LYNNELLE HASKO Lynnelle 

WILLIAM HASSELBACH Bill 

MILDRED HASTO Cookie 

Friendship Club 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 3; Survey Training Club 3, 



PAUL ANTHONY HAUSER Paul 

Cross Country 3; Homecoming 4; Key Club 2, 
3, 4, Ski Club 4; World Affoirs Club 3. 188, 
205. 



NANCY HAVENER 



KATHLEEN ANNE HAYES Kath 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Bond 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 2, 3; Spirits 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 2; Gymnastics Club 3, 4, 180, 181, 
200. 



RAYMOND HAYES 
VERONICA HAYES 



STEPHEN HEBEN 
J V. Swim Team 3. 



Roy 

Veronica 

Hebe 



VIOLA HIVELY 



RALPH HLEBAK 



ANTHONY HOCEVAR 



MARGARET ANN HOCEVAR Peg 

Cheerleoders 2; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian 
Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
F.T.A, 3; Homecoming 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; N.F'.L. 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 
4- Student Council Representative 3, 4; Tolent 
Scouts EHS 3; Usher 3; Winter Festival Court 3. 
208, 203, 202, 205, 201, 174. 



RUTH ANN HOCEVAR Rutl 

Codet Bond 2, 3; Morching Band 3; Spectrun 
4; World Affairs Club 4. 201, 196. 



MARSHA ALICE HODAKIEVIC Hodi 

Big Show 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 
Coptain 2; Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 
3, 4; FN.C. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; Lettermen's Club 4, Secretory 4; Letter- 
man 4; Spirits 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Cheering Block 
4; Winter Festival Court 4. 124, 178, 186, 
185, 200, 189, 131. 



BETH LOUISE HODDER Beth 

Chorol Mosters 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Concert 
Choir 3; Mixed Choir 2; Ponther 4; Ski Club 
4; Spirits 4; Woi Nopolo 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
4; Usher 3; World Affairs Club 4; Cheering 
Block 4. 178, 125, 205, 200, 204, 196, 189. 



CHERYL HODGES 
TERRY HODGSON 



Cheryl 
Terry 



DANNY ANTHONY MICHAEL HOFFMAN 

Hotlips 
Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; 
Footboll 3, 4; J.V. Footbal 2; Mixed Choir 2, 
Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Spirits 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 
178, 100, 188, 200, 202, 112. 



MARCIA HACE 



VICTORIA HECKER 



Victoria 



ELIZABETH HOHS 



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JEFFREY A. HOINSKI 



DAVID HOLCOMBE 



THOMAS GLENN HOLLOWAY Tom 

A.F.S. 2, 3; Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Assistant Secretary 4; March- 
ing Bond 2, 3, 4; Natjonol Honor Society 3, 4; 
Survey Editorial Sto^, ^ 4, News Editor 4; 
Survey Training Club ^ ^^im Leaders , 4; Wai 
Napolo 3; World Affairs Club 4. 189, 180, 
203, 188, 181, 198, 170, 196. 



DOUGLAS HORAN rt" /.w Doug 

N.F.L. 4; J.V. TennisVlpNfational Honor Society 
"• 202. \. J 

JAMES HORGAN Jim 



CATHERINE LOUISE HORNA Cathy 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 3; Home- 
coming 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4. 
174. 



WILLIAM F. HORN5BY 



JERRY NOLAN HORTON Jerry 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 188, 205. 



GARY HUSTON The Oiler 

CHERYL lAFELICE lafelice 

Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council 
Representative 4. 186, 205, 201, 174. 



GUY LOUIS PAUL lARUSSI, JR. 
Baseball 3, 4; Bowling 3; E-Rooi 



Wop 
Activities 
3, 4; Football 2; J.V. Footboll 2; Gym Leaders 
3, 4; Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 4. 188, 200, 205, 174, 



COLLEEN MARIE IRWIN 



PATRICIA lULIANO 
Transfer Student. 



Colleen 
Pat 



DONALD J. IVANCie Don 

Transfer Student. F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 

4; N.F.L. 4; Nationot' Hohor Society 4. 184, 
202, 198. 



DAWN SUZANNE JACKSON Down 

Choral Masters 3, 4, Treasurer 4; E-Room Activi- 
ties 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Friendship Club 3; Mixed Choir 
2; Homecoming 4; Majorette Club 2; Spirits 4; 
I.Q.S. 4. 178,200,203,208 



ROBERT KAPLOWITZ Red Boron 

Transfer Student. J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3; J.V. Football 2; F.T.A. 3; Gym Leaders 
2; Letterman 3; J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. 



JEROME KAPSCH 



GARY KAPUDJA 



Gary 



RONALD L. KARASH Mr. Prez 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Candidate 3; E-Room Activities 
4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2; Political Affairs 
Club 2; Science Seminor 2; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 
2; Student Council Representative 2, President 
4; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2, 3; Wrestling 
Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 4. 188, 189, 
198, 205. 



WAYNE ERIC KARBEftG.^ , Wayne 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4;' Sciepee Seminar 2, 3, 4; 
Stomp Club 3, 4; Projectiginist 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 191, 197, 198. 



THOMAS KARPY 



LEONARD KARR 



JOSEPH KASTELIC 



JANE LOUISE HORVAT Jane 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; N.F.L, 2; 

Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Student Supply 

Store 3, 4, Student Manager 4. 184, 198, 194. 



JUDITH HOWE 



Judy 



JANE HOWELL Janie 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Ski Cfub 4. 
186, 201, 205. 



JEANNE HOWELL Jeannie 

Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4. 205. 



CHARLES HRASTAR 



PATRICIA ANNE HRNYAK 
Girls Glee Club 2. 



JOSEPH HUBISH 



STARLYN HUDEC 



Chuck 
Granny 

Joe 

Star 



Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Survey Training Club 
3; Usher 3; World Affairs Club 4; Cheering 
Block 4. 186, 184, 202, 205, 201, 196, 189. 



BETTY ANN HUDSON Betty 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 
3; Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 178, 186, 
205. 



BRENT HUEBNER Brent 

DONNA HUEBNER Donna 
F.T.A. 3, 4. 184. 

PATRICIA HULL Pat 

ANTHONY HUMBERT Tony 

SHIRLEY HUMBERT Shirley 
Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194. 

DAVID HUNCHAREK Dave 

GREGORY HUNT Greg 

DALE HUNTER Dale 



RONALD JACKSON 

LINDA JAKUBEN 

MICHAEL JANKOVICH 

SANDRA JENNISON 

BARBARA ANN JERIN 
F.B.L.A. 4. 194. 

LINDA MARIE JERSE 



Ron 

Linda 

Mike 

Sandra 

Borb 

Lin 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Cobi- 
net 2, 3, Treasurer 4; F.N.C. 2; FT, A. 3. 4, 
Executive Boord 4; G.A,A. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 
2; G.L.C. 4; Student Council Represenfotive 2, 
4; Usher 2, 3. 174, 178, 184, 186, 192 



BARBARA JOHNSON 
NANCY JOHNSON 



Barbara 
Nancy 



WILLIAM SCOTT JOHNSON Bill 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 
2; Key Club 2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 100, 1 12, 200. 



DONNA MARIE DIANE JONKE 



Donna 



Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 
4; G.AA. 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Cheering Block 4; 
Spectrum 2, 4, Notional Honor Society 4. 186, 
189, 194, 195, 198, 201, 205 



RANDY JORDON 



Randy 



SUSAN LOUISE JUDITH JOST Doomer 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A, 3, 4; G,A,A, 2; 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4; Usher 2; World Affairs Club 2; F.N.C. 4. 
174, 186, 191, 194. 



ADELLA KACZUR 



Adella 



RICHARD ROBERT KACZUR Koze 

Cross Country 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Science Seminar 3; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 1 10, 1 12, 197, 198, 200. 



LINDA KADOW 
CHARLES KADUN 



VICTORIA KALNASY 
Friendship Club 4. 186. 



Linda 
Charles 
Vickie 



MARY KASTELIC Mary 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Politicol Affairs Club 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 
2, 4; Cheering Block 4. 



MONIKA KASTENS 



SHERYEL KAVULA Sherri 

Friendship Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 
4. 186, 205. 



TERRY KEARNS 



Terry 



MICHAEL KEKIC Mike 

Ad Clumb 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 2, 3, 
4; Football 2, 4; PA. Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Bond 2, 
3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3; World Affairs Club 3, 4; Wrestling 
2. 100, 176, 191, 196, 201, 202. 



SIDNEY KELLERMAN Sid 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
F.N.C, 3, 4; G.A,A. 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4; 
Movie Club 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 4. 174, 185, 186, 191. 



WILLIAM R05C0E KELLEY, JR. Roscoe 

Transfer Student. Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 
3; Eucuyo 3; Footboll 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Gym 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 100, 191, 200. 



LAWRENCE J. KEMPER Hey you 

Camera Club 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 3; Key Club 2, 3; Movie 
Club 2, 3, 4; PA. Club 4; Stage Crew 3; I.Q.S. 
4. 60, 190, 191, 203, 210. 



EDWARD KENIK Ed 

WILLIAM MICHAEL KENTNER Bill 

Swim Leaders 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Sergeont of 
Arms 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Sw 



J.V. Swir 
202, 205. 



Team 2; Wai Napolo 2, 3. IE 



Dawn 



DAWN MARIE KEPETS 

Big Show 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 

4, President 4; Survey Business Staff 4; National 

Honor Society 4; I.Q.S. 4. 172, 183, 198, 201, 

203. 



JAMES RICHARD KERMAVNER 
P.A. Club 3. 



237 



JANET KERZISNIK Janet 

ROBERT K. KIBLER Robert 

THOMAS KILKENNEY Tom 

Bowling 3; Foremen's Club 4, President 4; Gym 
Leaders 4. 190 

GORDON LEONARD KIMBERLY Kim 

Basketboll 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketboll 2; J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Spirits 4; Track 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 
3, 4. 112, 126, 188, 200. 



PRISCILLA JO KIMOSH 

F.B.L.A. 3; G.AA, 3; Ski Club 4; National Ho 

Society 4. 198, 205 



Jo 



BRUCE D. KING Bruce 

Cross Country 2, 3; Letterman 2, 3, N.F.L, 4; 
Track 2, 202. 



CHRISTINE KOLB Christine 

SUSAN KOLENC Sue 

Girls Glee Club 2, 4; Mojorette Club 2, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4, 205. 

ANNAMARIE KONTE Anno 

Transfer Student. F.B.L.A 4; G.A.A. 2. 194. 



JOHN EUGENE KORACIN 
JOSEPH KORDOS 



Corpse 
Joe 



SANDRA KORMENDI Sandy 

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

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.LC. 3, 4, Executive Board 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 186, 192. 

ROSANNE KORZUNOWSKI Rosanne 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Mixed Choir 2. 



PATRICIA JOAN ELIZABETH KRI5H0N Patty 
Transfer Student^ Folk Club 4. 176. 



BARBARA KRUGER Barbara 

Eucuyo 2, 3; Assistant Editor 3; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 3. 198, 
202, 203. 



MARY ELLEN KUCHARSKI Mary Ellen 

Big Show 3; Cheerleader 2; E-Room Activities 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Homecoming 4; 
Majorette Club 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4, Usher 3. 174. 



PAULA ANN KUCHLING Ed 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3, 
4; Friendship Club 2; GA.A. 4; G.LC. 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; National Honor 
Society 4. 178, 180, 181, 192, 198. 



KENNETH RALPH KING Bat Man 

Bowling 2, 3; Gym Leaders 3; Wrestling 3; J.V. 
Wrestling 2. 



BARBARA KINSLEY Barb 

Choral Masters 2; Friendship Club 4. 186. 

JERRY CRAIG KIRCHNER Jelly Belly Frog 

Codet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 4; Football 2, 3, 
4; J.V. Football 2; Letterman 4; Talent Scouts 
EH.S. 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 
100, 116, 180. 

GEORGE JOHN KISH George 

Wrestling 4, 116. 



JEFFREY ERNEST KISH Jeff 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Golf 
Club 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 2, 
3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3; 
Track2 ,3. 110, 200. 



JERRY ERNEST KISH ■-. Jerry 

Cadet Bond 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Key 
Club 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, National Honor Society 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2; Indoor Track 
3, 4; National Honor Society 4. 110, 112, 198, 
200. 

KATHY LEOLA KLANN Kotie 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3; Homecom- 
ing 3. 186. 

MARGARET JEAN KLEIN Marge 

F.N.C, 4; Cheering Block 4. 185,189. 

DIANE JANET KLEMENCIC Diane 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 194. 



JAMES KLOPOVIC 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Mixed Cho 

4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 178, 205. 

DEBORAH ANN KOBESSEN 



ERNESTINE KODRA 



MICHELE KATHRYN KOEPP 
Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 3. 



BRUCE KOETH 



Ernestine 
Micky 



Bruce 



TANYA ANN KOKAL Tanya 

Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activities 3 ,4; Eu- 
clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Photo Editor 4, As- 
sistant Photo Editor 3; Euclidian Training Club 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 
3; Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 
4; N F.L. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2, 3, 4; Usher 2; I.Q.S. 4; Winter 
Festival Queen 4; I.Q.S. 4. 110, 178, 184, 186, 
192, 198, 202, 203. 



ALICE KOSKI Alice 

JACOB KOSS Jacob 

THOMAS JOHN KOST Tom 

TIMOTHY JAMES KOST Tim 

KATHLEEN KOSTELIC Kathleen 



CHERYL ANN KOSTICK Cher 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A, 4; G.AA. 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Girls 
Concert Choir 3; Cheering Block 4. 186, 189, 
194, 201, 205. 



CARL D. KUKLICA 



ROBERT MERL KUNSMAN 
Transfer Student. 



LESLIE KOTH 



CHERYL ANN KOTORAC Cheryl 

Co-op Student 4; National Honor Society 4. 



FRANK EDWARD KOVACEVIC Doc 

Boseboll 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 
3, 4. 200 

EDWARD G, KOVACH Ed 

LINDA ANNE KOVACH Linda 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Majorette Club 

2, 3; Ski Club 4; National Honor Society 4. 
186, 194, 198, 205. 

DANIEL JOSEPH KOVATCH Horny 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminor 2, 3; Spectrum 
4; Student Council Representative 3, 4. 174. 



KAREN LYNN KOZAK Kozak 

E-Room Activities 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 
3, 4; Talent Scouts EHS 2; Usher 2, 3. 174 



ROSEMARY KOZAR Rosie 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.N.C. 
3, 4; Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; Usher 3; Cheer- 
ing Block 4, Notional Honor Society 4. 178, 
185, 186, 189, 205. 



DARRYL KOZEL 



JOSEPH KRAJNYAK 
Gym Leaders 3, 4. 



JOYCE ANN KRAMER 
Friendship Club 4. 186. 



DALE KRECH 
Gym Leaders 3, 4, 



Darryl 
Joe 



KATHERINE L KREN Kathy 

Friendship Club 2, 4; National Honor Society 4. 



RANDOLPH R. KUZNIK Randy 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; 
Pit Bond 4; Stage Crew 3; Talent Scouts EHS 
3, 4. 180, 181, 183. 



SUZANNE LEE LABOUNTY Baloney 

Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Student Council 
Representative 3. 186 



LINDA LACKNER Lindo 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 4. 174, 186, 194. 



BARRY ROBERT LAINE Barry 

Key Club 2; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; President 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; National Honor Society 
4, 202 



MARSHA LEE LAMACCHIA 



BRUCE ARTHUR LAMB Bruce 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; 
Folk Club 3; Ski Club 4; Spring Play 2, 3, 4; 
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, 177,202,205. 



CECILA ILENE LAND 

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

F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194, 201 



RONALD C. LANE5E 



SHARON LEE LANG Sharri 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Fall Play 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 3; Spring Play 3; Usher 2, 3, World Af- 
fairs Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 186, 205. 



CHERYL MARIE LARGE Cher 

Folk Club 3; Friendship 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. 186, 
194. 



BARBARA LASER Barb 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.LC. 4; Spectrum 2, 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2. 
170, 185, 192, 193. 



STERLING RUSSES LAUB Butch 

Co-op Student 4; Retail Management 4; D.E.C.A. 
4. 105. 

CECILIA LAUER Cecilio 

JOSEPH P. LAUKIAVICH Jot 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



238 



SANDRA ANN GRACE LAWRENCE Sandee 

Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 2; Co-op Student 



NANETTE LEBARON 



Nanette 



Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3; G.AA. 2, 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; 
Survey Training Club 3; Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 
170, 201. 



PAUL LEBER Paul 

Golf Club 3, 4; Key Club 4; Gym Leader 3; 
LeHerman's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.F.L. 4. 
188, 200, 202. 



CAROL ANN LEBET Carrie 

Junior Red Cross 4; Friendship Club 4; Girls Glee 
Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. 186, 194. 



LINDA EVE LOCZY Lynn 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4. 

JEROME LONCALA Jerry 

Bowling 2; Foremen's Club 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 188, 205. 



JOSEPH WALTER LOREK Joe 

Cross Country 4; J.V. Football 2; F.N.C. 4; 
Gym Leoders 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 
4; Track 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4. 1 10, 1 12, 185, 
200. 



PETER LORENZ 



WILLIAM HENRY LOSEE Bill 

Cross Country 2, 3; Homecoming 4, Key Club 
4; Lettermen's Club 3; Letterman 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Track 2, 3. 110,112,188. 



PAMELA ANNE MARGHERET Pom 

Cheering Block 4; Choral Masters 4; Friendship 
Club 4; F.N.C. 3, 4, Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; 
Notional Honor Society 4. 68, 178, 185, 186, 
189, 198, 205. 



JAMES MARINO 

Choral Masters 3, 4. 68, 178. 



MARIE MARKO 
F.T.A. 3, 4. 68, 184. 



HAMILTON MARRON 



RICHARD EUGENE MARTS Rick 

J.V. Footboll 2; J.V, Wrestling 3; Wrestling 3. 



JOHN LEES 
P. A. Club 3, 4. 

DENNIS LEFOND 
I.Q.S, 4. 203. 

NICHOLAS FRANK LEMMO 

GERALDINE LEONELLI 

SUSAN LESINSKY 

BRUCE LEVINE 



Nick 

Gerry 

Sue 



DONNA LOUISE LEWIS Donna Lou 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 
4; G.AA. 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 105, 194, 205. 



JAMES LEWIS Jim 

Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Cross Country 3; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Ski Club 4; N.F.L. 4. 

PAUL LIBBY Paul 

LAVERNE LINDIC Laverne 

Transfer Student. Student Supply Store 4; Co-op 
Students 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Student Council Representative 2. 105, 186, 194. 

WERNER CHARLES LINDQUIST Chorlie 

Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Marchina Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Bond 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Stoff 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; N.F.L. 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4. 170, 180, 
181, 202, 203. 



DONALD LUCCI Luce 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 1 10, 1 12, 200. 



KENNETH LUCCI Ken 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 1 10, 1 12, 200. 

DAVID CHARLES LUSHIN Lush 

Political Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; N.F.L. 4; Nationol 
Honor Society 4. 196, 198, 201, 202. 

MARTHA LYBARGER Marty 

Homecoming Court 2; E-Room Activities 4. 

CARLEEN JEAN MACK Mack 

Choral Masters 4; Moth Club 2. 67, 178. 

ROSANNE MADEJA Roe 

Eucuyo 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Survey Training 
Club 3. 67, 170, 184, 198, 202. 

MICHAEL MADY 



SHIRLEY ANN MAGNANl Magnini 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 2;Friend- 
ship Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 67, 186. 

KATHRYN MAKOWSKI Kothy 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 
3; Mixed Choir 2, Survey Training Club 2. 67. 



DENNIS MALECKAR 
Co-op Student, 195. 



STEVEN MALINE 



SUSAN MASSELLA Sue 



DONNA ANN MATES PokeyPo 

Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 68, 186. 



GAIL ANNE MATTEO Gail 

Junior Red Cross 4; Friendship Club 4. 68, 186. 



PATRICIA MATTES Pat 

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

Ski Club 4; Student Council Representative 3. 
68, 186, 205. 



CECELIA HLIZABETH MAVEC Cece 

Chorol Masters 4; Folk Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2. 68, 178, 194. 



PAULA MAXWELL 
JAMES MAYER 



CAROL ANN MAYKA Carol 

F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Spectrum 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 69, 194, 198. 

MICHAEL MAYOCK Bik Mike 

Camera Club 4; Folk Club 3, 4; P. A. Club 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 4. 69, 174, 176, 
190. 



MARILYN McBRIDE Marilyn 

F.N.C. 3, 4; Folk Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Spectrum 4; 
World Affairs Club 4; 69, 185, 196. 

JOAN McCONACHA Joan 



VICTORIA A. LINICH 
Transfer Student. 



JEAN MARIE LINK Jean 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 3; 
F.N.C. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; 
Mixed Choir 2; Survey Business Staff 4; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Survey Troinina Club 3; I.Q.S. 
4; Cheering Block 4; Notional Honor Society 4. 
172, 184, 189, 198, 203. 



ROBERT EARL LINSZ Bub 

Gym Leaders 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Letterman 4, Secretary 4; Cheering 
Block 4; Spirits 3, 4; President 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 4; Track 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 
3, 4; Notional Honor Society 4. 116, 174, 188, 
189, 198, 200. 



JOSEPH LIPKO Joe 

DARLENE SUSAN LIPOVEC Darlene 

Cadet Bond 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3; Survey 
Editorial 3, 4, Survey Co-Editor 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 2; Usher 3; Wai Napolo 3, 4; United 
Appeal Committee 4. 170, 174, 184, 198, 201, 
203, 204. 



JILL MALOKAS Jill 

F.T.A, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; GL.C. 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4. 67, 184, 192, 205 



CAROL MALONEY 
DALE MALONEY 
DANIEL MALONEY 



Carol 
Dole 
Dan 



LINDA JO MALOVAC Lin 

Junior Red Cross 4; Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 
2, 3, 4. 67, 186, 194. 



DONNA MALZ Don 

Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Political Affairs Club 
2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 2. 68, 
186, 194, 202, 205. 



MARCIA MAMRACK 
FRANK MANCUSO 
TIMOTHY MANN 



Morcia 

Frank 

Tim 



DIANE McFARLAND 



CATHERINE J. McGRAW Cath 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey 
Training Club 2. 69, 170, 184, 193, 205. 



DAVID HANSEN McKEE 



Dave 



Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3; Prom Committee 3; 69, 100, 110, 188. 



DOLORES McKEE 



JOHN McKIERNAN 



JOHN EDWARD McREDMOND John 

Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; 
E-Room Activities 4; Football 2, 3; J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 2; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 69, 100. 



DONALD MEDVED 

WILLIAM ANTHONY MELARAGNO 



239 



PETER MEROS 



DARLA JEAN MERRITT Doria 

Transfer Student. F.T.A. 4. 69, 184. 



MICHAEL MERRITT 

SHARON LORAINE METYK 

Che 

2, 3, 4; 

WILLIAM MIKANOVICH 

CAROLYN MIKLAVCIC 



ALBERT JOHN MIKLAVIC JR. Al 

Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3; Co-op Students 
4; Marching Band 3; Peo Band 3; Pit Band 3; 
Retail Management 4. 70, 105. 

JOSEPH MIKOVICH Joe 



ANTOINETTE MARIE MILAVEC Toni 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Folk Club 3; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4: G.A A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C 3, 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff A; Assistant Ad Manager 4; Survey 
Trainina Club 3; National Honor Society 4. 70, 
184, 192, 201. 

DENNIS JOSEPH MILAVEC Denny 

J.V Swim Team 2, 3. 70. 



SUSAN MILLAC 



WILLIAM WELLS MILLAR Bill 

AFS, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; A F.5. 
Finalist 3; Cheering Block 4, Vice-president 4; 
Choral Masters 3, 4; Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Editorial Staff 3; Euclidian Training Club 
2; Homecoming 2, 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4: Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 2; 
Science Seminar 2, 3; Sophomore Cabinet 2; 
Spectrum 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Spirits 3, 4; Student 
Council Reoresentative 2, 3, Executive Board 4; 
Swim Leader 4; Usher 3; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 
Treasurer 3; World Affairs Club 2, 3, President 
3. 70, 174, 180, 188, 189, 198, 200. 

BRYON MILLER Bryon 



CAROL MILLER Carol 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3; F.T.A. 4; Spectrum 
3; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 3; Usher 3; National Honor Society 4. 
70, 172, 184. 



DONALD IRWIN MILLER Don 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 
2; Mixed Choir 2; Gym Leaders 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4, 71, 100, 112, 178, 200, 205. 



KENNETH H. MILLER 
Cross Country 2; E-Ro 



Ken 



Activities 4; Key Club 
i, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4; 
Varsity Swim Team 2, 3, 4. 120,171. 



PAUL MILLER 



FREDRICK MILLS - ~- Fred 

E-Room Activities 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Spirits 4; Ten- 
nis 2, 3, 4; N.A S S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 
4. 71, I 14, 188, 198, 200. 



ROBERT M. MINOR Bob 

Transfer Student. Baseball 2; Cross Country 2; 
Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, Wrestling 
2, 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2, 3; Wrestling Club 2, 3. 
116. 



ROSE MARIE MITCH Flower 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Talent Scouts 
4. 71, 186, 205. 



JUDITH MOBBS 



THOMAS MOLNAR 
Co-op Students 4. 71 



EVONNE MONOYUDIS 
JOHN MOONEY 



Judy 
Tom 

Evonne 
John 



DARLENE MOORE Dar 

Friendship Club 4; G.A. A. 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Ski Club 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 3. 71, 186, 201, 205. 



CAROLYN MORELL 



TERRENCE G. MORMILE Terry 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Gym Leaders 2, 3; Student Council 
Representative 3, 4. 71, 174, 202. 



DENNIS MORRIS Denny 

Transfer Student, Science Seminar 3, 4. 71. 



WAYNE THOMAS M05TER Wayne 

BRUCE MUEHLMAN Bruce 



MARY ANN MUKAVETZ Muk 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 4, 72, 192. 



SHARON MURPHY Murf 

Friendship 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4. 
72, 174, 186, 201, 205. 



BRUCE MURRAY 



JEANNE MUSCENTI 

F.B.L A. 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 72, 194, 205, 



Joanne 
Richaord 
Nagode 



JOANNE MYERS 

RICHARD MYLE5 

SHARON ANN NAGODE 

DONNA JEAN NAGY Peanuts 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 
3, 4. 72, 186, 205. 

CHERYLE JEAN NALEPA Sherri 

F.B.L. A. 4. 194. 



BARBARA ANN NASON do 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; G.A.. 
2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Ni 

tinnal Honor Soriptv /I 4- Snprtmm 9' Stiidpi 



Barb 
G.A.A. 



i_.\-. o, *+, /viurtriiny D( 

il Honor Society 3, 4; Spectn 



.iwi.iciy .J, -t, jptsi-iiuiii 2; student 
Council Representative 2; Survey Editoria' 
2, 3, 4. 170, 181, 182, 186, 192, 198. 



LINDA NAYLOR 



CHARLOTTE EILEEN NEFF 
Girls Glee Club 3. 



Linda 
Charlie 



DAVID NEFF 
Gym Leaders 4, 



GAIL NEITHERCOTT Gail 

A.F.5. 3, 4; Fall Play 3; Folk Club 3, 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2, 3; Track 3; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Spring Play 2; Survey 
Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistont Circulation Man- 
ager 4; Survey Training Club 2; World Affairs 
Club 3. 172,176,189,202,205. 



SANDRA NELSON 



CHRISTOPHER JOHN NEMETH Chris 

Camera Club 2, 3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3; 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Fall Play 4; Notional 
Honor Society 4. 198, 206. 



JOSEPH NEMETH Joe 

BRUCE NESBETT Bruce 

HARRY NEUMANN Buck 

LAWRENCE L. NEUVIRTH Larry 
F.T.A. 4; Key Club 4; Science Seminor 3, 4. 
184, 188, 197. 

LENA DARLENE NEWLEN Lena 
F.B.L.A. 3; Spectrum 4. 201. 



SALLY JO NEWMAN Sally 

Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Political Affairs 
Club 3; Spectrum 4. 194,201. 



RAYMOND NEWNES 



HOWARD NIEBERDING 



MARY NIEHAUS 



IRENE MARGARET NIELSEN Margaret 

A.F.S. 3, 4; A.F.S. American Abroad 3; Choral 
Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Executive Board 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; G.L.C. 
3, 4; Historian 4; Homecoming 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
4; Junior Class Secretary 3; N.F.L. 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 3; Usher 
3. 102, 170, 174, 178, 189, 192, 193, 198, 
200, 202, 203. 



HOWARD NOCK 

Bowling 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4. 202. 



FRANK RICHARD NOVAK 
Bowling 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4. 202. 



RICHARD NOVAK 



Richard 



VIRGINIA LEE NOVINC - GInny 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
FT A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3: 
Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Secretary 4; Survey Training Club 3. 
184, 198. 



MARGARET O'CONNELL Margaret 

Co-op Students 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 4. 195, 198. 



ANTOINETTE MARIE ODDA 
Friendship Club 3, 4. 186. 



PHILLIP OKULOVICH 



KAREN GERALDINE OLESKI 
Cheering Block 4; F.N.C 



Kan 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; Survey Training Club 
2; Survey Business Staff 3 ,4; Spectrum 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; I.Q.S, 4. 172, 189, 193, 
198, 201, 202, 205. 



ALLEN OLGIATE Allen 

J.V. Footall 2; F.T.A, 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 184, 205, 

SHARON OLSHANSKY Sharon 

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

DENNIS O'NEILL 
Co-op Students 4, 

WAYNE BRIAN O'NEILL Wayne 

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

Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4. 180, 183. 



GAIL ONICK 
ROBERT ORMSTON 



Gall 
Robert 



240 



LORETTA 0S0W5KI Loretta 
Friendship Club 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4. 174, 186. 

CAROL ANN OSTRANDER Frosty 

Cadet Band 2; FN.C. 4; NFL. 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4- 185,202,204. 

MAUREENE LOUISE OTIS Moe 



CHARLES OTT 



ELEANOR ANN OZBOLT 
National Honor Society 4. 198. 



NANCY LOU OZBOLT 
Political Affairs Club 3. 



Chuck 
Eleanor 



Ozzie 



CAROL ANN OZNOWICH 
Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2; Student Council Representative 3. 
74, 186. 



PHILIP PAGON 



GREGORY BURNSIDE PIKE Greg 

Big Show 4; Cadet Band 2, 3; Choral Masters 
3, 4; Concert Bond 4; Cross Country 2, 3; Fall 
Play 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3; 
Letterman 3; Marching Bond 4; Orchestra 4; 
Student Council Representative 3; Track 2. 178, 
180, 183, 188. 



CYNTHIA ANN PILLAR Cindy 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Board 2, 3, President 4; Homecoming 
Court 3; Student Council Representative 4. 174, 
186. 



ANITA MARIE PILOTTI 



DONNA PISNAR 



Cheering Block 4; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 4; 
Spectrum 4. 185, 186, 189, 201. 



MICHAEL JOHN PLAVCAN 
National Honor Society 4. 1 



ROBERT PLESCIA 
JOHN PLESEC 



Mike 

Poncho 
John 



ROBERT RADWANICK Bob 

JOAN RAFTER Joanie 
Friendship Club 3, 4. 77, 186. 

DAVID RANKER David 

JAYNE RA5K Jonie 

CAROL RASMUSSEN Carol 
National Honor Society 4. 198 

LAVERNE PAST Laverne 

ANTHONY VINCENT RATTINI Tony 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross 

Country 3; E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Key Club 

2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 126, 188, 200. 

GERALD RAVIA Ceroid 

CHARLES RAYMOND Charles 



CAROL JEAN PAIK Carol 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski Club 4; 
Talent Scouts 2, 4. 186, 194, 205. 



JANINE A. PAOLELLA 



Co-op Students 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; 

Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A, 2; Student Council 

Representative 4; Notional Honor Society 4. 
174, 195, 198. 



JEANNE JOYCE PAPP Jeanne 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Movie Club 4. 
186, 191, 194, 



ROBERT PARK 

JOHN PARKER 

SALLY PARKER 

ROBERT ELLSWORTH PARKINSON, JR. 
Transfer Student. 

LAWRENCE PARZIALE 



Robert 
Pork 

Solly 
Bob 

Lorry 



REBECCA PATE Becky 

Folk Club 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 
2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Woi Napolo 4; World Affairs 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 4; Spec- 
trum 4. 174, 185, 196, 201, 204, 205. 



WALTER EDWARD PAULAUSKAS 
THOMAS PAYNE 



Wolly 
Tom 



WILLIAM PEKOL Bill 

E-Room Activities 4; Foremen's Club 4; Gym 

Leaders 2, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 
4. 75, 174, 190. 

JACQUELINE K. PENNER Jockie 

F.N.C. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3. 



ROBERT LOUIS PENNZA Bob 

Comera Club 2, 4; Homecoming 2, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 
Survey Editoriol Staff 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 
170, 203. 



ROBERT JOHN PETERS 



KATHRYN PETERSON 

Transfer Student. Girls Glee Club 2. 



LINDA MARIE PETKOVIC 

Ad Club 3, 4; F.N.C. 4. 185,191. 



Pete 

Kathy 



SUSAN PLUMMER Susie 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Girls Glee 

Club 2; Moiorette Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4 186, 
194, 205. 



STANLEY POPIOLEK 
TIMOTHY PORTIK 
JO ANN POSATIERE 



Stanley 
Timothy 
Jo Ann 



DOROTHY JEAN POZUN Jeon 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Majorette Club 2. 
186, 194. 



RAYMOND PREZTAK Prezy 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Bond 3; Swim Leaders 
3, 4; Letterman 4; Marching Bond 2, 3; Pep 
Bond 2, 3; Track 2; Woi Napolo 3; Swim Team 
3, 4; J.V. Swim Team 2. 120. 



JEANNE LOUISE PRICE Jeanne 

Choral Mosters 4, Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls 
GIte Clufl 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 178, 198, 205. 



DUDLEY LOUIS PRISEL Dudley 

Big Show 4; Camera Club 4; Chevron Society 2; 
Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 
4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Morching Bond 
2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts EHS 4. 178, 180, 181, 
188, 190. 



CAROL PROBERT Carol 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Survey 
Training Club 3, 4; Cheering Block 4. 184, 189, 
201, 205. 



DIANE ELIZABETH ROSE PROSEK Peanuts 

Transfer Student. 



DAVID PULTORAK 
JANE PUNCOH 



PEGGY PURNELL Peggy 

Girls Glet Club 3, 4. 179. 



DOREEN LOUISE PYLICK Dee 1 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Notionol Ho 
Society 4. 186, 194, 198... 



CHERYL RABB 
Transfer Student. 



CHRISTINE RAZUM Chris 

Majorettes 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4. 108. 



RENEE REDFIELD Deb 

Transfer Student. E-Room Activities 4; Friendship 
Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Ponther 4; Ski 
Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 3. 125, 184, 186, 201. 



SANDRA REEL Sandra 

VIRGINIA REICHMAN Ginny 

Transfer Student, Girls Glee Club 2; Student 
Council Representative 2. 

JOAN LEE REITER Joanie 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 3, 4. 
186, 201, 205. 

DONALD RESSLER 

KATHLEEN RICH 

TERRY RICHARDS 



DIANA ROSE RICKARD 
Friendship Club 2. 



Don 

Kathy 

Terry 

Dee 



BARBARA LEE ELIZABETH RIEBE Barb 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 3; World 
Affairs Club 4, Secretory 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 170, 174, 184, 186, 196, 202, 205. 



ROBERT RIEBE 



DONALD ROBERT RIEDER Surfboard 

Cross Country 4; Letterman 4; Notional Honor 
Society 3, 4; Student Council Executive Board 
2, 3; Student Supply Store 2, 3; Track 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 3, 4. 110,112,198,200. 

FRANK RIHTARSHICH Frank 



CECILIA ELIZABETH RINALDI Cecile 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Cheerleoder 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; 
Cheering Block 4, Executive Board 4; E-Room 
activities 4; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; GL.C. 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Spirits 4. 124, 184, 189, 
192, 198, 200. 



GLEN PHILLIPS 



JAMES RABE 



LAUREN RISSELL 



241 



JOSEPH STEVEN RITZU JR. 
Transfer Student. Football 3. 



BROOKE ROBBINS 



SALLY JEAN ROBBINS Sally 

Choral Masters 3; Folk Club 4; Friendship Club 
4; Girls Glee Club 2; Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 
176, 186. 



LEE ANN ROBERTS Chip 

Big Show 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Fall Play 
4; Folk Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Stage Craft 
Club 3, 4. 177, 178. 



LINDA ROBINSON 
Co-op Students 4. 



GLENN ROESCH 



LOUIS ROGALINER Lou 

Fall Play 3; N.F.L. 2, 3; Spring Play 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3; Talent Scouts 
EHS 2, 3, 4; Big Show 4. 



JUDITH LYNN ROHRER Judy 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 4; GL.C. 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Student Council Representative 2, Vice-Presi- 
ident 4. 174, 192, 198, 205. 



PHILOMENA RUSCITTO 



BARBARA RUSS _ ' ' Barb 

Friendship Club 3 4, GAA 2, 4; Field Hockey 
4; Gymnastic's Club 4, Movie Club 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4 186, 191, 198, 



VICKI JO RUSSELL Vicki 

Friendship Cub 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 186, 205. 



SHARON ELIZABETH RUTKIE Sher 

Cheering Block 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 

3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4 
186, 189, 201, 205. 



WALTER RUUSKA 
BONNIE LEE STEVENS 



Wally 
Bonnie 



SHERYL ANNE SALISBURY Sherry 

E-Room Activities 2; Eucuyo 3, 4; Folk Club 3, 
4, Secretary 3, President 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 
2; Mixed Choir 2; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs 
Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; Talent 
Scouts EHS 3, 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4. 176, 
196, 201, 202, 205. 



5HARYN MARIE SALVO 
Girls Glee Girl 2. 



PATRICIA ANN SCHNEIDER 
F.N.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 185. 



ROBERT ALLEN SCHNEIDER Robbie 

Cross Country 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Lettermon 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 1 1 0, 1 12, 200. 



ALAN SCHONAUER 
TIMOTHY SCHOTT 
RICHARD SCHROEDER 
RONALD SCHROEDER 



PAULA SCHULTE Paula 

G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, Substitute 4; 
Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2; Sophomore Class Sec- 
retary; National Honor Society 4. 108, 198, 204. 



JEAN SCHULTZ Jeannie 

F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A A. 3; G.L.C. 3, 4, Executive 
Board 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Home- 
coming 3; Science Seminar 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Usher 3. 184, 192, 197, 198,205. 



STEPHEN SCHULTZ 



JOHN SCHULZ 



DONALD DEXTER ROLLA [ 

Cross Country 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Natio 
Honor Society 4; Political Affairs Club 2; Tn 
3, 4; National Honor Society 4. 112, 188, 1 

MICHAEL ROSE M 



ROBERT W. ROSE Bob 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 4; Eucuyo 2, 4; 
Key Club 2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 
2, 3. 180, 181, 183, 202. 



BRIAN LYNN ROSS Brian 

Cross Country 4; Key Club 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
4; Lettermon 3; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Track 3, 4; In- 
door Track 3, 4; National Honor Society; I.Q.S. 
4. 110,112,170,188,198,200,203. 



ANTHONY ROSSI 

Cross Country 2, 3; Football 4; Lettermen's Club 
3; Lettermon 2, 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4; Track 2, 3. 100, 174. 



FRANK ROSZAK 



SUSAN MARIE ROTE 5usan 

FN.C. 3; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey 
Training Club 2; World Affairs Club 4. 170, 



SALLY ROUTZAHN Sally 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 
4; Spectrum . 184, 205. 



MARTIN ROZNIK 



JOSEPH JEROME RUDD Jerry 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Coun- 
try 3; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3; J.V. 
Football 2; Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 4; Lettermon 3, 4; Notional 
Honor Society 4; Prom Committee 4; Spirits 4; 
Talent Scouts EHS 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrest- 
ling 2. 116, 188, 198, 200. 



JOHN RUDIAK 



REBECCA ANN RUPERT Becky 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 184,205. 



VIRGINIA LOUISE SAMES Ginny 

Eucuyo 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Folk Club 3, 4, 
Vice President 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2, 3; 
Spectrum 2; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Tolent Scouts 
EHS 3. 176, 177, 202, 205. 



BRIAN MICHAEL SAMMON Brian 

Foremen's Club 4; Gym Leaders 2, 4. 190. 



JOEL SARICH Joel 

Big Show 3, 4; Chevron Society 3, 4; Choral 
Masters 3, 4, Executive Board 4; Concert Band 
2, 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Fall Play 
4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Marching Bond 2, 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4. 178, 
180, 181, 183, 188, 202. 



SUSAN 5ARKA 



DONNA JEAN 5ARVER Sarv 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; Girls 
Glee Club 2, 3; Homecoming 3, 4. 



GREGORY LEE SATTLER Sat 

Cross Country 4; F.N.C. 4; Lettermen's Club 4; 
Lettermon 4; Track 3, 4. 1 10, 1 12, 185, 200. 



LINDA SCHARLAU Linda 

Friendship Club 4; Majorettes 3, 4, Substitute 3, 
Head 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 3. 108, 186 



DAVID ALLEN SCHA5ER Shaze 

Big Show 3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4 
Key Club 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2 
Orchestra 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4 
Track 2, 3, 4. 1 12, 180, 181, 183. 



ELLEN JANE SCHEINER 
Co-op Student 4. 



KATHRYN ELISABETH SCHMIDT Kathie 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 2; 
DEC. A. 4. 



ROBERT SCHMIDT Bob 

Foremen's Club 4; Lettermon 4; Wrestling 4; 
J.V. Wrestling 3. 116, 190, 200. 

ALVIN SCHMITT Al 

Co-op Student 4; Foremen's Club 3. 

JANICE SCHNEIDER Jon 



SANDRA SCHWABAUER Sandy 

Ad Club 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs 
Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; 
Cheering Block 4. 174, 186, 189, 191, 196, 205. 



JOHN SCOTT 



LORELEE JOAN SEMICK Lorelee 

Transfer Student. Folk Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 4, Talent Scouts EHS 4. 174, 176. 



MARTIN 5EREDICH 



RAYMOND SESTAK 



JUDY SHELDEN 

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



JANET ANNE SHENK Jan 

Transfer Student. Eucuyo 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Spirits 

2; Student Council Representative 2; N.F L. 4. 
202. 



BRUCE SHEPPARD 
P. A. Club 4. 



ROGER SHEPPARD Roger 

Cross Country 3; Folk Club 4; Lettermen's Club 
4; Lettermon 3 ;Movie Club 3, 4; Track 3. 176, 
191, 200. 



NOREEN MARIE SHERIDAN 
F.B.L.A. 4; G A.A. 4. 194. 



CLAUDINE REINE SHERMAN Claudine 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; N.F L, 
4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 3; Spectrum 2. 
202. 

JUDITH ANNE SHERWOOD Judy 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.N.C 

3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; Spectrum 4. 178,186,201. 



RICHARD ROMAN SHISILA Rich 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Lettermon 
3, 4. 200. 



MICHAEL SHUMAR 



242 



SUSAN SIDERS Susie 

Co-op Student 4: Friendship Club 3; F.B.LA. 
3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Student Council Representative 3; 
National Honor Society 4. 184, 186, 194, 198. 



FRANK SIMCIC 

Football 4; J. V. Football 2. 100. 



Congo 



PAULA SIMKINS Paula 

Co-op Student 4; F B.L.A. 2, 3; Movie Club 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Spirits 3; Notional 
Honor Society 4. 

WILLIAM LEE SIMONE Chico 

JAMES SIMPSON Jim 

ANTHONY SKOK Tony 

THERESA LYNN SKRJANC Terry 

Concert Band 2, 3; Marching Bond 2, 3; Or- 
chestra 3. 

NANCY SKUPiC Nancy 



KATHLEEN ANN STEGURA 
Friendship Club 4; Choir 4. 



MARC STEINDLER 



LINDA STENROOS 



TERRY JEAN STEPIC 



Terry 

Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A 4; G.A.A. 2, 
4; G.L.C. 3, 4; NFL. 2, 3, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Cheering Block 
4; National Honor Society 4 124, 172, 189, 
192, 198, 202. 



ROSEMARY STERMOLE Rosemary 

Folk Club 3; Girls Concert Choir 3; F.B.LA. 4; 
Mixed Choir 2, NFL. 4, Spectrum 4; World 
Affairs Club 4. 194, 196, 201, 202. 



BONNIE LEE STEVENS Bonnie 

Big Show 2; Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 
4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 2; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society I.QS. 4. 172, 184, 198, 
203. 



MARILYN SURTZ Marilyn 

A.F.S. 4; Cadet Band 2; Chevron Society 3, 4; 
Concert Band 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A,9 
Concert Band 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Marching 
Bond 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 3; Pep Bond 4; Pit Bond 3, 4; Spectrum 
2; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; Sur- 
vey Troining Club 2. 170, 181, 184, 189, 198, 
192, 203. 



DENNIS LESLIE SUTTON Denny 

Codet Bond 2; Concert Bond 3, 4; F. B.L.A. 2; 
Key Club 4; Letterman 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Band 4; J.V Swim Teom 2; Wai Napolo 
3, 4, 180, 188, 200, 204. 



NANCY SVETLIC 



LINDA SVOBODA 
F.T.A. 4. 184. 



PHYLLIS SWEIGERT 

J.V. Basketball 2; Chess Ck 



Fall 

Affairs Club 

Council on H 



None 
Lynn 

Phyll 

b 3; Eucuyo 3, 4; 

3; N.F.L. 3; Political 



2, 3, 4; Science Se 

uman Relations 3, 4. 196, 202. 



LOREEN SLABY Lori 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; F.T.A. 3. 186. 



VIRGINIA SLAYTON 

Transfer Student. Eucuyo 4. 202. 



KIRK MICHAEL SMEE 

Chess Club 4; E-Room Activities 4. 



ALLEN DANIEL SMITH 
Key Club 3, 4; Executi 



Moo 



rd 4; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2; E-Room Ac- 
tivities 4; Student Council Representative 4; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. 114, 174, 188, 200. 



CAROL ANN SMITH Smitty 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Bond 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Euclidian Troining Club 
2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3; Politi- 
cal Affairs Club 2; Stoge Crew 2; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Talent 
Scouts EHS 3, 4; Spectrum 2; National Honor 
Society 4. 170, 180, 198, 202. 



Smitty 
ck 3, 4. 



LEO SMITH 

Lettermen's Club 4; Lettermon 

112, 200. 

PAUL SMITH 

PHILIP SMITH 

JAMES SOBLESKY 

GREGORY JOSEPH SOBOLE Greg 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross Country 3; Letterman 2; 
Marching Bond 2; Orchestra 2; Swim Team 4; 
Track 2. 120. 

THOMAS SORGE Tom 

MELANIE SPICKER 



WILLIAM SRNICK Bill 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Gym Leader 
3; Marching Bond 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Talent 
Scouts EHS 2, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 180, 181. 



JUDITH MARIE STANEK Judy Kazutie 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2. 

WAYNE STARKEY 

KENNETH STATZ Ken 

OLIVER STEELMAN 



JAMES STIKA 



JOHN LAWRENCE STISCAK Johnny 

J.V. Tennis 2, 3; Tennis 4. 114. 



DANIEL EARL STOCKER 

Baseball 2, 4; Cross Country 4, Copta 



E-Room Activities 
Club 4; Ski Club 4; 
205. 



DUDLEY STOER 



DOUGLAS STOUT 



Key Club 4; Lette 
Track 4. 110, 1 12, IS 



Doug 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 
2; Football 3, 4; Foremen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 
3, 4. 100, 190, 200 



CATHY STRAUGHAN Cathy 

Eucuyo 3; Folk Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 4; Mixed Choir 
2; Notional Honor Society 4; Science Seminar 
3, 4; Ski Club 2, 4; Spectrum 4. 198, 201, 205. 



MARGARET MARIE STREKAL 
F.B.LA. 4, 194. 



LINDA LEE MARIE STRNAD 



JACK STROK Jack 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Bond 3, 4; Key Club 
4; Morching Band 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 3, 4; Track 3 181, 188, 197. 



SUSAN STRONG 
THOMAS STUMPF 



Sue 
Tom 



TIMOTHY RAYMOND STUPICA Mit Aciputs 

Baseball 2, 3; Co-op Students 4; Foremen's 
Club 4. 190, 195. 



ROSALIND STUZEN Rozzy 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4' G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Junior Closs Cobinet 3; Spectrum 
2; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 2, 
3, 4; Notional Honor Society. 174, 186, 192, 
198, 200. 



SANDRA SULEN Sandy 

Co-op Students 4; F.B L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; World 
Affairs Club 3. 195. 

RAYMOND SULLIVAN Silky 

PRESTON SUMINGUIT Scooter 



RONALD SZALAY 



LAWRENCE TADAY 



MICHAEL TADAY 
Ski Club 3, 4. 205. 



VICTORIA LYNN TAKACS 
Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Ma 
Student Council Representative 4. 



Ron 
Larry 
Mike 

Tick! 



MARY JO TAMBORRELLO Mary Jo 

Junior Red Cross 3; F.B. L.A. 3, 4; Golf Club 3; 
Ski Club 3; Student Council Representative 2. 



MARIE LOUISE TANCREDI 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 



Marie 
Girls Glee Club 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Notional Honor 
Society 3, 4; Panther 4; Spirits 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; 
Executive Board 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
Buckeye Girls' State Representative 3. 125, 
192, 198. 



DINAH LEE TANNENBAUM Christmos Tree 

Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; 
I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 4, Executive Boord. 184, 198, 201, 202, 
203. 

DIANA LYNN TARANTINO Dee 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 
2,3. 186. 

SANDRA TARANTINO Sandy 

Student Council Representative 4. 174. 

DAWN TAYLOR John 

Stage Crew 4. 177. 

JAMES TAYLOR Jim 

PATRICIA TAYLOR Pat 

Eucuyo 4; F.N.C. 4. 185, 202. 

SUSAN TAYLOR Sue 

SAM TEDWELL Sommy 

BERNARD TEKAVEC Bernard 



MILA JEAN TEMPLETON Mila 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship 4; Mixed Choir 
2; Ski Club 4. 186, 205. 



MARIAN TERCEK 



GLENN TEWELL 



DONALD TEWS 
Transfer Student. 



SHARON ELEANOR THARP Shoron 

Big Show 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior Class Vice- 
President 3; Letfermen's Club 4; Lettermon 4; 
Orchestro 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Science Semi- 
nar 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 2; Survey 
Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
Cheering Block 4; National Honor Society 4 
124, 172, 185, 189, 197, 198, 200, 205. 



MICHAEL THAYER Mike 

Eucuyo 4, Gym Leoders 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Executive Board 4; Lettermon 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Re- 
presentative 4; Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 
2. I 16, 174, 188, 201, 202. 



CHARLOTTE THOMAS 



DONNA JEAN THOMAS D. T. 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 4; 

GAA 2, Student Council Representative 2, 
Talent Scouts EHS 3. 174, 186. 



JOSEPH TILK 



JO ANN TIPPING Jo 

Junior Red Cross 3; F B L.A. 2; G A.A. 2, 3; 

Ski Club 3; Student Council Representative 2 
174, 194, 205. 



KATHLEEN TIZZANO 



ELTRUDE MARIE TOLAR Trudy 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Bond 3, 4; FT. A. 2, 3, 
4; GAA 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; G.L.C 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Marching Band 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Usher 2 180, 184, 193, 
192, 181, 198. 



THOMAS TROHA Tom 

J.V. Football 2; Co-op Students 4; Retail Man- 
agement 4; D.E.C A. 4. 195. 



AMY TROMMETTER Amy 

A.F S. 4; Chess Club 4; G.A A 2; Political 
Affairs Club 3, 4, Spectrum 2; World Affairs 
Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 189, 196, 198. 



MAUREEN THERESA TROTTO Maureen 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 
Cabinet 3; NFL. 2, 3, 4; Politico! Affairs 
Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3; Spring 
4; F.T.A. 3; Homecoming 4; Junior Class 
Play 2, 3, Student Council Executive Board 4. 
189, 202, 177, 174. 



JOSEPH TRUNKELY 



JAN TUCKERMAN Jan 
Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Assistant Editor 3; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; G L.C. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; March- 
ing Bond 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Secretary 4; Science Seminor 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3, 4. 180, 210, 
184, 192, 203, 198, 197, 174. 



WILLIAM EDWARD TUCKERMAN 
J.V. Football 2; Ski Club 4. 205. 



EDWARD TULAUSKAS 



RITA TUMULTY 



EDWARD TURK Captain 

Baseball 2, 3; Bosketboll 2, 3; Student Supply 
Store 4; Bowling 2; Foremen's Club 4; Foot- 
ball 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3. 194, 190, 
100, 112 



JUDITH ELLEN TURK Turkey 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3 



GORDON VEHAR 



ROBERT A. VICIC Bob 

Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Mixed Choir 2; Gym Leaders 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Ski 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3 
178, 188, 196, 205. 



ELEANOR VINCENT Ellie 

Transfer Student. G.A.A. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Cobinet 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Political Affairs Club 2; Prom Committee 3; 
Ski Club 3; Spirits 4; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Survey Troining Club 2; Usher 2, 3. 192, 
202, 198, 170, 200. 



SHARON VISOKY Sharon 

Mojorette 4; Politicol Affoirs Club 3; Cheer- 
ing Block 4; Spectrum 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council Representotive 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; Notionol Honor Society 4. 184, 108, 
189, 201, 200, 174, 198. 



DENNIS PAUL MARTIN VLACH Denny 

Tronsfer Student. Fall Play 2, 3; Foremen's 
Club 4; Homecoming 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 2, 
3, Spring Play 2, 3; Student Council Represen- 
tative 2, 3; Student Supply Store 2, 3, 4. 190, 
194. 



STEPHAN VODILA 



CRAIG VOLL Craig 

Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Football 3, 
4; J.V. Football 2; Mixed Choir 2; Letter- 
men's Club 4; Lettermon 3, 4. 178, 100, 200. 



GEORGE VRANEKOVIC ' George 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Golf 
Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 3, 4, 
President 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4. 126, 200, 198 



ALLEN IVAN TOLCHINSKY Motz 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Captain 
4; Gym Leaders 2; Letfermen's Club 2 3 4 
Track 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 100, 200, 116. 



EILEEN GAIL TOLCHINSKY Cookie 

Junior Red Cross 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 3, 4. 174. 



JOSEPH TOTH 



THEODORE TURK Ted 



SANDRA TURKOC Sandy 

Friendship Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3. 186. 



FRANK UDOVIC Frank 



JEAN ULLE Jean 

Friendship Club 4; F.B L.A 3, 4; Notional 
Honor Society 4. 194, 198. 



DIANE VUNDERINK 



JOANNE CATHERINE VYSKOCIL Jo 

Ad Club 3, 4, Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B. LA 

2; Student Council Representotive 2, 4. 191, 
186, 174. 



WILLIAM NEAL WADE Neol 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermon 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Teom 2, 3, 4; Woi Nopolo 2, 3. 188, 200, 
120. 



AYDIN TOZEREN Aydin 

A.F.S. Exchonge Student 4; Homecoming 4; 
Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Re- 
presentative 4; Student Supply Store 4; World 
Affairs Club 4. 188, 205, 174, 194, 196 



JOHN TRAUTMAN 



LYN TRAVEN 



Johnny 
Lyn 



JO ANN MARIE TRAVNIK Jo 

Friendship Club 2; F.B L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Mixed 
Choir 2. 



SANDRA TRAXLER 



ALAN URONIS 



MICHAEL VANDEVEER Sebastion 

E-Room Activities 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; FoM Ploy 2; 
Homecoming 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermon 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 
4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council Represen- 
tative 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 
3, 4. 202, 188, 200, 205, 201, 174, 120. 



DEBORAH VAN. KORNGUT Debby 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 3. 178, 184, 



JAMES VAN TILBURG 



ARLENE WAGNER 



NEIL ALLEN WAGNER Neil 
Big Show 3; Codet Bond 2; Camera Club 3, 4; 
Chorol Masters 3; E-Room Activities 4; Gym 
Leaders 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Morchmg Bond 
7- Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Stoge Crew 3, 4; 
World Affairs Club 3. 190, 205, 177. 



JO ANN WAICHUNAS Jo 

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

4; Cheering Block 4; Spectrum 4; National 

Honor Society 4. 184, 205, 189, 201, 198. 



TERRY LYNN TRIVISON 



PATRICIA LOUISE TROBENTER 
Cheering Block 4. 189. 



WALTER PAUL VAN TILBURG 
Foremen's Club 4. 190. 



WILLIAM VAN TILBURG 



DENNIS VARGO 



JANIS WALLACE Jan 

Friendship Club 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Majo- 
rette Club 2; Talent Scouts EHS 2. 186. 



CATHLEEN JANE WASSIL Cathy 

Transfer Student. Concert Bond 2, 3, 4. 180. 



DANIEL JON WATKINS Dan 

J.V. Basketball 2; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Foil Ploy 
3, 4; Folk Club 3, 4; Orchestro 2, 3, 4; Spring 
Ploy 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts 
EHS 3, 4. 176, 183, 177. 



DAVID WATTERMAN 
Cadet Bond 2, 3, 4. 182. 



KENNETH WATTS 



ROBERT WATTS Bob 

Baseball 2, 3; Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Key Club 
2; Marching Bond 2; Notional Honor Society 
4. 182, 198. 



ANN MARIE WEBER Ann 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 
2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 2; 
National Honor Society 4. 194, 184, 205, 198. 



PATRICIA ANN WEBER Pat 

Eucuyo 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.TA. 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2; LQ.S. 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Secre- 
tary 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey 
Training Club 2; World Affairs Club 4; Ad 
Club 3, 4. 191, 170, 184, 202, 186, 203, 198, 
201, 196. 



JOSEPH WELCH 

J.V. Football 2; Wrestling 3. 



MARGARET ANNE WITTENMYER Peggy 

Big Show 3, 4; Chevron Society 2, 3, 4; Con- 
cert Bond 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; G.L.C, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Marching Bond 
2, 3, 4; Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4; Manager 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 2. 180, 184, 192, 203, 181, 198, 
182, 183, 205, 172. 



GARY WOHLGEMUTH 



CAROL SUSAN WOJCIK < 

Cadet Band 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.> 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Vice-F 
dent 4, Junior Class Treasurer 3; N.F.L. ; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Comm 
3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
presentotive 2, 3, Survey Editorial Staff : 
Secretary 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
4; Spirits 4. 184, 205, 201, 189, 172. 



JANIS KAY WOLFENBERG Jan 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 
4; Cheering Block 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 
4; Survey Troining Club 2. 184, 205, 201, 189 
172. 



DON WOODRUFF 



DOUGLAS WOOLSON 



ROGER YURKOVICH Roger 

TERENCE ZADILLE Terry 



MARY ANN ZALAR Mary Ann 

F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Student Council Representative 3, 4. 
194, 174. 



CAROLE ANN ZAORSKI Carole 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2; Ski Club 3, 
4. 205. 



PHILIP ZEITZ 



BARBARA ZELE Zele 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4, Execu- 
tive Boord 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Euclidion 
Business Stoff 3, 4, Manager 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Basketball 2; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Execu- 
tive Board 3; Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Homecoming 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; NFL. 3, 4; 
Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4; Student Sup- 
ply Store 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 3. 178, 208, 186, 
184, 192, 203, 198, 200, 174, 194. 



JOSETTE MARIE ZGONC Skonk 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Girls Glee 
Club 2. 186. 



DAVID A. WELSH Dove 

Football 3, 4; J.V Football 2; Lettermen's 
Club 3, Lettermon 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 100, 
200, 1 12. 



SHARON WHEELER 



JUDE WHIGHAM Jude 

Transfer Student. D.E.C.A. 4; Treasurer 4. 195. 



LAUREL ANN WHITAKER Laurie 

Friendship 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Homecoming 2; Ski 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 4; 
Cheering Block 4. 205, 174, 189. 



JUDITH EVELYN WHITNEY Judy 

Ad Club 3, 4; Cadet Bond 2; Choral Masters 
4; Concert Band 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; 
F.T.A. 3, 4, President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 
3, 4; Marching Band 4; Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Spectrum 2. 191, 178, 180, 184, 192, 
181, 198. 



CAROL WHITTAKER " Carol 

Choral Masters 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed 

Choir 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Cheering Block 4. 
178, 205, 189. 



NORMAN WORGULL 



MARY WYMAN 
Transfer Student. 



STEPHEN YAKOVAC 



JOYCE MARIE YANCHAR Joyce 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Junior Red Cross Club 
4; Euclidian Troining Club 2; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 
Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; 
Homecon.ing 3, 4; Majorette Club 3; NFL. 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spirits 4, Student 
Council Representative 3, 4, Usher 3, 4. 174, 
186, 184, 192, 202, 198, 205, 200. 



ROLLIN JAMES YANCHAR Big Rol 

J.V. Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; J.V. Footboll 2; Lettermen's Club 
3, 4; Lettermon 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spirits 4, 
Vice-President 4. 100, 200, 205. 



JUDITH ZIVKOVICH Judi 

Transfer Student. Ad Club 2, 3, 4; E-Room 
Activities 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 
2; Girls Glee Club 2; Homecoming 2, 4; 
D.E.C.A. Club 4. 191, 195. 



PATRICIA GAY ZNIDARSIC Pat 

Choral Masters 4; Folk Club 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Girls Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 2; Cheering 
Block 4; Spectrum 2, 4; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3. 178, 
176, 186, 185, 189, 170, 201, 203. 



CAROL JEAN ZNIDER Carol 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A, 2; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Survey Business Staff 2. 205. 



DONALD ZOLINSKI 
Chess Club 3. 



ROBERT JOSEPH ZONAR Bob 

Cross Country 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Track 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 110, 200, 112, 198. 



TOM WICKIZER 



GAIL WICKS 



CATHERINE ANNE WILLS Cathie 

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

2, 3, 4; Cheering Block 4; Usher 3. 186, 184, 
189. 



BOB WILLETT 
TODD WINDER 



Bob 
Todd 



JEAN NOEL WINTERS ^ Jeannie 

Girls Glee Club 2; Wai Nopolo 3, 4; Notional 
Honor Society 4. 204, 198. 



WARREN WIRTZ Renny 

Wai Nopolo 3; Swim Leader 3, 4. 



WILLIAM JAY YANCHAR Bill 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 4; Gym Leaders 2, 3; Homecoming 3, 
4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermon 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 2; Track 2, 4; Wrestling 2. 100, 
186, 112. 



VIRGINIA YVONNE YAPEL Ginny 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Student Supply Store 3, 4; 
Euclidian Business Stoff 3, 4; Euclidion Train- 
ing Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Notional Honor Society 3, 4; Cheering Block 
4; I.Q.S. 4. 191, 208, 186, 198, 189, 203. 



ARTHUR WAYNE YERTY Art 

Codet Bond 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Euclidian 
Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
Morching Band 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 180, 208, 181, 
198, 203. 



ANTHONY YOUNG 



Tony 



ANNE ZUPANCIC Annie 

E-Room Activities 4; F.T.A. 3; A.F.S. 4; I.Q.S. 

3; Prom Committee 2; Spirits 4; Survey Edi- 

toriol Staff 3, 4; Art Editor 4; Survey Training 
Club 2, 189, 200, 170. 



FRANCES ZUPANCIC Fran 

Co-op Student 4; E-Room Activities 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council Representative 
2, 3. 



DAVID ALAN ZURO Dove 

Boseboll 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Political Af- 
foirs Club 4, President 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4; Notional Honor 
Society 4. 188, 196, 205, 174, 198. 



DOROTHY DIANE ZUSY 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman; Kent- 
State University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Baseboll Coach, Boys 
Intramural Director, Boys Gym Leaders Director. 169 

ALVIN AMSTER, Business; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A., M.A, Student Supply Store Advisor. 160 

GAIL ATLESON, Foreign Language; University of 
Michigan; B.A 158 

FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman; Mount Union Col- 
lege, Kent State University, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity, DePauw University; B.A., M.Ed 150 

PAUL AVERS, Mothematics; Copital University, Kent 
State University, Hiram College, Seton Hall University, 
M.Ed., B.Sc. Ed 152 



MARCIA BACKOS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, 
Western Reserve University, Northwestern University, 
Lake Erie College, St. John's University; B.A., M.A. 
Senior Scandal Advisor. 150 

RONALD BACKOS, Science; California State College, 
Kent State University, St. John's University, Western 
Reserve University; M.Ed., B.Ed., B.Sc. Ed... 154 

OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio Grande College, 
Ohio Stote University, Western Reserve University; 
Kent State University; M.A., B.Ed., M.S. Movie Club 
Advisor 154 

RICHARD BALTHASER, Industrial Arts; Pennsylvania 
State University, Youngstown University, Geneva Col- 
lege; B.Sc 162 

RUTH BARRELL, Science; Wheaton College, Western 
Reserve University; A. B., B.A 154 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language; Miami Uni- 
versity, University of Colorado, Ohio State University, 
Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace College, 
University of Munich, Germany; Goethe Institute, Ger- 
many; M.A., A.B 158 

JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; John Corroll Uni- 
versity, Notre Dame University, Kent State University, 
Ohio State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Sc, M.A,, Ed.D 146 



WILLIAM BROWN, English; Jacksonville University, 
University of Florida, Western Reserve University, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Illinois State University, Millikin 
University; B.A 1 50 

FRANCINE BRUENING, Social Studies; Western Re- 
serve University; B.A 156 

PATRICIA BUCK, Physical Education; Otterbein Col- 
lege, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve 
University; B.A. Girls' Athletic Association Advisor, 
Girls' Varsity Sports Advisor 169 

CAMERON BUCKLAND, Social Studies; Denison Uni- 
versity, Oberlin College; B.A., M.A.T 156 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, University of Dayton; B.A., B.S.E.E 152 

JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, 
Western Reserve University, Ohio State University; 
B.A., M.A 154 



JUDITH CARMODY, English; Notre Dame College; 
A.B. Debate Advisor, National Forensic League Ad- 
visor 150 



ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; Bowl- 
ing Green University, Miami University, Trinity Univer- 
sity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Major- 
ettes Club Advisor 169 



HAROLD CAYLOR, Business; Indiana State College, 
Edinboro State College, Kent State University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed. D.E. Club Advisor 160 



RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. 162 



NANCY CLARK, Science; Allegheny College, University 
of Michigan, University of California, Yale University; 
B.Sc, M.A 154 



CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capital 
University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve 
University, Fenn College, Drew University; B.Sc, M.Sc. 

152 



FACULTY INDEX 

JAMES CLIFFEL, Mathematics; John Carroll University, 
Cose Institute of Technology, Kent State University; 
B.Sc. 5,, MEd. Ski Club Advisor, Student United Appeal 
Director 153 

NORMA COWAN, English; Miami University, B.Sc 150 

JEAN COX, English; University of Pittsburgh, Colum- 
bia University, Kent State University, Duquesne Uni- 
versity, Allegheny College; A.B., B.A. 150 

ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.A., B.Sc, 
M.A., Ph.D. C.E.C. Program Director . 148 

MARY CROTTY, English; Notre Dame College; B.A., 
A B. 150 

JUDITH CURRAN, Mathematics; Notre Dome College, 
John Carroll University; B.Sc 153 

MOSES DANNENHIRSH, Social Studies; Western Re- 
serve University, University of Chicago; B.A. 169 

HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education; John Car- 
roll University, Ohio University; B.A., M.A. Head 
Basketball Coach. . 169 

DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State University, 
Ohio State University, Ohio University, Purdue Univer- 
sity; B.Sc, M.Ed. 154 

VIRGINIA DeMORA, English; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A., B.A 150 

WILLIAM DeMORA, Social Studies; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, Kent State University, Indiana University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed. Assistant Wrestling Coach 156 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies; Kent State 
University, Ohio State University; B.Sc.Ed., B.Sc, M.Ed. 

156 

FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies; George Washington 
University, Kent State University, Hiram College, 
Cloremont Graduate University, University of Colo- 
rado; B.A,, M.Ed. Co-sponsor for F.T.A 156 

LILLIAN DRESCHER, English; Notre Dame College, 
B.A,, M.A. 150 

SANDRA DRISCOLL, Physical Education; Wittenberg 
University, B.Sc. Cheerleader Advisor, Cheering Block 
Advisor 169 

JOAN DUPREY, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A. Eucuyo Advisor. 150 

CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.Ed., M.A, 
Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach. 159 

AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language; Ohio State 
University, Georgetown University, West Virginia Uni- 
versity, University of the Americas; B.Sc, M.A. 159 

KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green Univer- 
sity, Ursuline College, John Carroll University; B.A. 

150 

FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State 
University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio Uni- 
versity; B.Sc.Ed., B.Sc.Agr 166 

DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University, 
West Virginia Wesleyan University, St. Louis Univer- 
sity, Fenn College, Western Reserve University; B.Ed. 

154 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science; City College of New 
York, Western Reserve University, C. W. Post College; 
B.Sc, MA., M.S. Chess Club Advisor 154 

KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman; Kent State 
University; B.Sc. 162 

JAMES FURLONG, Business; University of Dayton, 
B.Sc 160 

ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Assistant Football 
'each 154 

WILLIAM GALL, Science; Duquesne University; B.S. 
Ed 154 

KATHERYN GATES, Foreign Language, English; Mor- 
shall University of Huntington; B.A., M.A 159 

EDRI GEIGER, Social Studies; Muhlenberg College; 
A.B. 156 



CLAYTON GEORGE, Business; Fenn College, Kent State 
University, East Carolina College; B.Sc, M.Ed. Stamp 
Club Advisor. 160 



JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts; California State 
Teachers College, University of Pittsburgh, University 
of Connecticut; B.Sc. 163 



WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean; Heidelberg College, 
Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A. 148 



DONALD GLASER, Social Studies; Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University; B.A., M.A. Political Af- 
fairs Club Advisor. 156 



MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics; West Kentucky 
State College, Miami University, University of Cincin- 
nati, Ohio State University; B.A., M.Ed., A.B. Future 
Teachers of America Advisor. 153 



JOHN GRIFFIN, Division Dean; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B 5c, M.A. 149 



ELEONORA GUZMAN, Foreign Language; Macalester 
College, University of Minnesota; B.Sc. 159 



RONALD HARDING, Social Studies; Ohio University, 
Kent State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Ed., B.Sc Bowling Coach 156 



DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; Cincinnati Conser- 
vatory of Music, Akron University, Western Reserve 
University, University of Cincinnati; B.Sc, M.A. Big 
Show Sponsor, Football Band Show Sponsor 164 



SUE HARRIS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio 
State University; B A., B.Sc... 150 



DEAN HAWVER, Science; Ohio State University, Kent 
State University, Thiel College; B.Sc, M.A. .154 



GERALD HENDERSON, English; Bowling Green Univer- 
sity; B Sc Ed. 150 



RAYMOND HIVELY, Foreign Language, Social Studies; 
Rio Grande College, Ohio State University, Colorado 
University, Otterbein College, Franklin University; B.A. , 
MEd. World Affairs Club Advisor 159 



GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio State University, West- 
ern Reserve University, Kent State University, Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Michigon State University; B.Sc, 
M.A. 165 



THOMAS HOFFART, Industrial Arts; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; M.Ed., B.S.S. Assistant 
Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Golf Coach. ,163 



FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies; Western Reserve 
University; B.A., M.A. Student Council Advisor ,156 

SUE HOSLER, Business; Findlay College; B.Sc .160 

RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; Hiram Col- 
lege, Oberlin College, Kent State University; B.A., 
B.Ed., M.Ed., B.Sc 163 

WILLIAM HUNTER, Principal; Mount Union College, 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; A.B., 
M.A., B.A 144 



JACK JENKINS, English; Indiana University, Western 
Reserve University, University of the Pacific; B.A., 
M.A., A.B. Stage Crew Advisor, Dramatics Director. 

150 



FRED JOHNS, Division Dean; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Ohio State University; 
B.Sc, M.A. Senior Banquet Advisor 149 

ALBERT JUDGE, Science; Kent State University, Ken- 
yon College, University of Florida, Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Ed. Science Seminar Ad- 
visor 154 



MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts; Illinois State Nor- 
mal Institute, John Carroll University; B.A. Assistant 
Football Coach 163 

EMELIE KAYE, English; De Paul University, Chicago 
University, Duquesne University; B.A., M.Ed 150 

CONSTANCE KREICHER, Foreign Language; Ohio Uni- 
versity; A.B. Friendship Club Advisor 159 



JEAN LANCE, Business; St. Bonaventure University; 
B.B.A 161 

JAMES LAWRENCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
John Corroll University; B.Sc 163 

EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling; Northwestern 
College, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. . .148 

CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University, Kent State 
University; B.B.A 166 

WILLIAM LIEBAL, Business; Youngstown University, 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed., B.Ed 161 

JAMES LINDSAY, Social Studies, Chairman; Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Wesleyan University; B.A., M.A. 
Honors Program Coordinator 156 

ANN LIVINGSTON, English; Miami University, Mount 
Union College, Western Reserve University; B.A. 151 

RONALD LOKAR, Mathematics; Kent State University; 
B.Sc. Assistant Baseball Coach, Assistant Football 
Coach 153 

MARILYN LUCAS, Science; Lake Erie College, Western 
Reserve University; A.B., MSc 154 

WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies; John Carroll 
University, Cleveland Marshall Law School; B.Sc, 
M.A., B.A 156 

FRANCINE McDonald, English; Meredith College, 
Western Reserve University; B.A 151 

DAVID McKELVEY, Business Muskingum College, In- 
diana University, University of Dayton, Kent State 
University; 8. A., M.Ed 161 

ROBERT McLaughlin, Guidance Counseling; Kent 
State University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, 
M.A 149 

KATHRYN MADISON, English, Ohio State University, 
Michigan State University; B.A., B.Sc 151 

CAROL MARCUS, English; New York City College, New 
York University; B.A. Spectrum Club Advisor, ,,, 1 51 

RONALD MARKWELL, English; Western Kentucky 
State College; B.A., M.A. Euclidian Editorial Staff 
Advisor 151 

EILEEN MARSH, Social Studies; Lock Haven State 
Teachers College; B.Sc 157 

DONALD MARTIN, Guidance Counseling; Kent State 
University, Toledo University, Ohio University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed 149 

EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa State Univer- 
sity, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed 163 

KATHERINE MEASAMER, English; Denison University; 
B.A. Spectrum Advisor 151 

EDMUND MIZE, Business; Ohio State University, Ohio 
University, Kent State University; B.S. Survey Busi- 
ness Staff Advisor 161 

DONALD MOHR, Physical Education; Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Bowling Green State University, Western Re- 
serve University, B.A., M.Ed., M.A. Athletic Director. 

163 

KATHERINE NEWMAN, Home Arts; Otterbein Col- 
lege; B.A. Red Cross Club Advisor 163 

CAROLE NIEBES, English; Kent State University; 
B.S.Ed 151 

HERBERT NOLO, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Bowling Green State University, Kent State University; 
B.Sc, M.Ed. Foreman's Club Advisor, Head Tennis 
Coach 163 

VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts; Marshall University, 
Kent State University, John Carroll University; B.A., 
M.A 163 

MYRA OLIVER, English; Mount Union College, West- 
ern Reserve University, London University, Ohio State 
University; M.A., B.A 151 



JUNE PHYPERS, Business; Western Reserve University, 
New York University, Denison University, Middlebury 
College, Radcliffe College, Spencerian School, Univer- 
sity of Paris, Kent State University; A.B., B.Ed., M.A., 
B.A., B.ScEd 161 



LOLA PINNEY, English; Eost Orange University, 
Wayne State University, Upsala College, Notre Dame 
University, Western Reserve University, B.A., A.B. 151 

ALLAN POKLAR, Industrial Arts; Ohio State Univer- 
sity B.Sc 163 



FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Francis College, John 
Carroll University, Kent State University, Western Re- 
serve University, Bucknell University, St. Bonaventure 
University; B.A. Head Golf Coach 151 



RICHARD RACKOVAN, Science, Mathematics; Dickin- 
son College, Millersville State College, Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Georgetown University, Highland University, 
Fenn College; B.Sc, M.N.S. Tennis Coach 154 



MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies; Wilmington Col- 
lege, Ohio University; B.Sc. Ed., M.Ed. Student Coun- 
cil Advisor 157 



CONCETTA RASH, Business; John Carroll University, 
Notre Dome University; A.B,, B.A. Future Business 
Leaders of America Advisor 161 

MARILYN REIFF, Physical Education; Bowling Green 
State University; B.Ed,, B,Sc Girls Leaders Club Ad- 
visor 169 



HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education; University 
of Toledo, Western Reserve University; M.A., B.Ed. 
Assistant Wrestling Coach, Boys Gymnastics Club Ad- 



CHARLES RENO, Mathematics, Science; Edinboro State 
College, Harvard University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Math Club 
Advisor 153 

MARTIN RENO, Mathematics, Science; Edinboro State 
College, Harvard University; B.Sc, M.Ed,, M,Sc., 154 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami University; 
B.Sc, B.Ed. Swimming Team Coach 169 

DONALD RINKES, Mathematics; West Virginia Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University, Muskingum College, 
West Liberty State College, Kent State University, 
University of Hawaii, Fenn College, Case Institute 
of Technology, Indiana University; BSc, M.A,, M,Ed. 
Projection Club Co-sponsor, Camera Club Sponsor 153 

LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A., M.A. National Forensic League Advisor, 
Talent Scouts Advisor, December Play Director. ,151 

OTTO SANTOS, Business; John Carroll University, Kent 
State University; B,B.A,, M.Ed. Euclidian Business Staff 
Advisor 161 



BARBARA SCHNEIDER, English, Social Studies; Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh; B.A., M.Ed 151 

HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A., 
M.Sc 146 

WILMER SHUSTER, Business; Ohio University; B.Sc. 
Notional Scholarship Society Advisor, Cross-Country 
Coach, Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, Track Coach, 
Spirits Club Advisor 161 

RICHARD SLEITH, Science; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; B.Sc. Ed. Assistant Junior 
Varsity Football Coach 1 55 

GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Indiana State Teachers 
College, Pennsylvania State University, Duquesne Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A. Survey Editorial Staff Advisor. 151 

LARRY SMITH, English; Muskingum College; B.A. 
Key Club Advisor 151 

RUTH SMITH, Guidance Counseling; Flora Stone Math- 
er College, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A. 148 

WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies; Muskingum College, 
Kent State University; B.A 157 

MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling; New York 
State University, Muhlenberg College, Kent State Uni- 
versity, University of Colorado; B.Sc, M.Ed. P.A. Club 
Advisor 148 



JAMES STANLEY, Industrial Arts; Miami University; 

BSc , B,A 163 

WILLIAM STARR, Science; Indiana State College, 
Pennsylvania State University, Michigan College, Fenn 
College, Ohio State University, Allegheny College; 
B,Sc,, M.Ed 155 

DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio State University; 
B.Sc 155 

CECELIA STILLMAN, Social Studies; Radcliffe College, 
Cleveland College, Western Reserve University, Univer- 
sity of Illinois, John Carroll University; A.B., B.A. 
Youth Council on Human Relations Sponsor 157 

JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies; Bluffton College, Ohio 
State University, Western Reserve University; B.A., 
M.A 157 

JOHN SUPANCE, industrial Arts; Ohio University, Kent 
State University, Stevens Point Teachers College; B.Ed., 
MEd,, BSc, Chairman of Safety and Welfare Com- 
mittee 163 

DAVID TANSKI, Science; Denison University, Arizona 
State University, John Carroll University, San Diego 
State University; B.A. Junior Varsity Football Coach. 

155 

SAM TAYLOR, Music; High Point College, Columbia 
University, East School of Music, Northwestern Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.Mus. Choral Director 164 

EDWARD TEKIELI, Physicol Education; Glenville State 
University, West Virginia University; B.A., M.A., M.Sc 
Head Football Coach 169 

ROSEMARY TERANGO, English; Ursuline College, B.A. 

151 



TED THEODORE, Art; Baldwin-Wallace College; West- 
ern Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art; 
B,A,, M.A, Head Cross-Country Coach, Assistant Track 
Coach, Lettermen's Club Sponsor 165 



MARION THOMAS, Home Arts; Boldwin-Walloce Col- 
lege, Kent State University, Cordon Bleu College, Uni- 
versity of California; B,Sc 163 



DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Butler University, West Virginia University, Western 
Reserve University; A.B,, B.A. Head Track Coach. 153 

DELORES TOCCO, Business; Youngstown University; 
BSc, Friendship Club Advisor 161 

DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science; Alfred University, 
University of Buffalo, Miami University, Siena Heights 
College; B,Sc., M.A., M.T 155 

MARGARET TORNSTROM, Physical Education; Bowling 
Green State University; B.Sc. Swim Club Advisor.. .169 

FRANK TROGLIA, Division Dean; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Univer- 
sity; B.Sc, M.A 148 

ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language; Miami 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. 
Ad Club Advisor. 159 

RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling; Akron Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A, 148 

FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman; Cleveland 
Institute of Art, Kent State University, Western Re- 
serve University; M.A. , B.ScEd 163 

GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principol; Oberlin College, 
Western Reserve University; Ph.D., A.B., M.A. Na- 
tional Honor Society Advisor 146 



CAROL WILLIAMS, Business; Villa Mario College, 
Western Reserve University, Indiana State College; 
B.Sc 161 



ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator; Kent State 
University, John Carroll University; B.Sc, M.A., B.A. 
PA. Club Sponsor. 146 

MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- 
man; Moravian College, Middlebury College, Columbia 
University, Muhlenberg College; B.A., M.A. American 
Field Service Director, Language Lab Director 159 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
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Reginald L. Eidnier 

Inter-County Title Guaranty & Mortgage Company • Cleveland, Ohio 





MEMBER OF 
AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC. 

21500 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV. 1-5400 



Manufacturers of Aluminum 
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750 East 185 Street 
IV 1-1166 



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Congratulations 

to the 
Graduating class 

CARL A. JONKE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

22700 Shore Center Drive 
RE 1-8400 




4101 Commerce Avenue 
EX 1-9269 



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SERVICE 



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Over 

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820 East 185 
481-7540 



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in the 

Cleveland Area 




"Home of Famous Brands" 

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22340 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 

Phone: 731-2151 



Compliments of 



WAI NAPOLO 





"SWIM CLUB" 



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of the 
world economy 




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Truck & Off-Highway Components • Materials Handling & Construction Equipment 
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



Developing Citizenship 



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Serving Our School 



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Our Community 



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FABRICATING CO. 

21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 441 17 

531-3585 



With Every Good Wish to The Class of 1966 . . . 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 

Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 

Judge, Municipal Court William F. Burns 

Low Director William Monroe 

Administrative Director Charles Crown 

Finance Director (Acting) Arthur Davis 

President of Council Harry Knuth 

1st Ward Councilman Wiilard Shutt 

2nd Word Councilman Harry Burkhart 

3rd Ward Councilman Max Ger! 

4th Ward Councilman Frank Chuckayne 

Council-At-Lorge 

Edward Eckort 

Anthony Sustorsic 

Charles Wade 

Joseph Whalen 

Chief of Police: Frank Payne Fire Chief: George Longa 




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COMPANY 



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Of Stamped One-Piece Pulleys" 



20850 Sf. Clair 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-8005 



Big Bouquet 252 Letterman's Club 249 

Cleveland Management inc 250 Lubrizol Corp. 248 

City Officials 267 National Honor Society 249 

Consolidated Graphic Arts 268 Non-Ferrous Metals 266 

Eaton, Yale & Towne 263 Papp's Body Shop 254 

Euclid High Student Council 264 Pressure Castings Inc 256 

Euclid Key Club 257 Raimor Studios 258 

Forsberg Enameling 259 SkrI Tool & Die 252 

Future Nurses Club 254 Spirits Club 253 

Future Teachers Association 248 Student Supply Store 251 

Gornik's 261 Wai Napolo 262 

Carl A. Jonke 259 WCUY-FM 261 

Inter-County Title 255 Zatko Metals 269 

Knific Insurance 260 



Grdina Hardware 
22336 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-0403 



Euclid Poultry 
590 East 185 St. 
RE 1-8187 



Friedman Jewelers, Inc. 
22304 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-3450 



Boulevard Shoes 

22306 Lake Shore Blvd. 

RE 1-0575 



Miniature Raceways of Euclid 
853 East 222 Street 
731-2228 



Wilke Hardware 
809 East 222 Street 
RE 1-7070 



Hudson Pharmacy 
922 East 222 Street 
RE 2-7066 



Famous Discounts, Inc. 
695 East 185 St. 
531-8636 



The Colonial Homestead 
22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-8535 



Alvin's Jewelers 
690 East 185 Street 
IV 1-4104 



Ambassador Lanes 
22661 Euclid Ave. 
486-3200 



Don Miller Sohio 
810 East 222 St. 
731-9847 



Bill's Clothes 

22810 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-3440 



Euclid Savings Association 
22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 2-9090 



J. Dean Broge 
20300 Miller Ave. 
RE 1-0293 



Herb Fitzgerald's Record Shop 
635 East 185 St. 
KE 1-1313 



The E-Room 

of 

Euclid Senior High School 



The Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 
21700 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Consumer Tire Co. 
20965 Euclid Ave. 
WH 6-6262 



Wade S. Helwig, M.D. 
26100 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



Clayton Printing 
756 East 222 Street 
AN 1-2450 



Flickinger, Inc. 

939 East 222 Street 

RE 1-7100 



Bali Hai Chinese Restaurant 
25649 Euclid Ave. 
RE 1-4800 



Dr. Stanley Post 

of 

Euclid, Ohio 



Beale's Sohio 

18610 Lake Shore Blvd. 

IV 1-9703 



Euclid Moving & Storage, Inc. 
24600 Hartland Ave. 
731-6633 



Dr. Algird Blaskevica 
848 East 185 St. 
IV 6-0322 



Halle Bros. 

Hammond Organ Studio 
22475 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1135 



Movie Club 

of 

Euclid Senior High School 



Chesterfield Steel Service 
1220 East 222 Street 
Euclid, Ohio 



Contemporary Music Manor 
888 East 222 Street 
732-8666 



Holzheimer Market 
26588 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3250 



Paul's Barber Shop 
687 East 185 St. 
PO 1-6577 



Brickman & Sons 
21900 Euclid Avenue 
481-5277 



Euclid Blue Print & Supply 
908 East 222 St. 
731-4662 



Jay Dee Cleaners 
921 East 222 St. 
RE 1-7060 



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Dr. R. McGonagle 
Braeburn BIdg. 
RE 2-8600 



Euclid Blue Print & Supply 
908 East 222 St. 
731-4662 



Petric's Barber Shop 
783 East 185 St. 
IV 1-3465 



St. Clair Builders Supply Co. 
20020 St. Clair Ave. 
531-6000 



Solon Drug 
21051 Euclid Ave. 
KE 1-1135 



Shore Television Center 
26630 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 2-7557 



Bernadette Bridal Shoppe 
22686 Shore Center Drive 
261-5550 



Kennametal, Inc. 
27691 Euclid Ave. 
261-3500 



LaTour Oldsmobile, Inc. 
25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 



V. Demshars & Sons 
22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-4770 



Roesch Point & Wallpaper Co. 
855 East 222 St. 
RE 1-3585-86 



Lakeland Body & Paint Shop 
1310 East 260 St. 
RE 1-9006 



Joseph & Anthony Hairdressers 
22308 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-1550 



Perkin's Pancake House 
2780 Shore Center Drive 
RE 2-8077 



Rhyme Realty Company 
535 East 185 St. 
KE 1-9363 



Austin Company 

Steel Fabricating Division 

Euclid, Ohio 



Setina's 

"Where Better Meats Are Sold" 

IV 1-6740 



J & B Shell 
26051 Euclid Ave. 
RE 1-9721 



Howard Liston 
27701 Euclid Ave. 
731-4450 



Dr. & Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



Second Federal 

22480 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-1111 



Nick's Barber Shop 
624 East 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 



Louis Hair Styles 
20030 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV 1-3775 



Micro Machine & Tool Design, Inc. 
911 East 222 St. 
AN 1-3030 



Kopel Builders & Realty, Inc. 
25000 Euclid Ave. 
RE 1-0400 



Mary Jane Shoppe 
664 East 185 St. 
IV 6-4435 



Doc's Gulf Service 
751 East 185 St. 
481-6427 



Modern Deb 

22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 

RE 2-9299 



Precision Optical 
22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 
AN 1-1166 



Dr. Harry Wise 

26100 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 



Dr. & Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



Paul J. Everson Realtor 
24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6200 



Bing's Suburbia 

"For the Young at Heart" 

East 222 St. & Lake Shore Blvd. 

261-0800 



Dr. R. B. Broglio 

of 

Euclid, Ohio 



Alaimo Shoe Repair 
Smith Bros. Cleaners 
27583 Euclid Ave. 
261-0495 




After a hectic year, which 
actually has only been seven 
months, my staff and I would 
like to thank Mr. Jim "Hersh- 
baby" Parkinson, our person- 
al agent from Consolidated 
Graphic Arts, for his concern, 
Raimor's for their emergency 
service, Mr. Santos for his ma- 
licious jokes about the Editorial 
Staff, the entire Business Staff 
for the money, and Mr. Mark- 
well for his keys and time. 

To my staff, I can only 
say remember the Saturdays, 
Sundays, and weekdays shot, 
wrestling in the halls, pizza, 
EUCLIDIAN-SURVEY football 
game, MacDonald's, jumping 
rope with white fake holly, 
waterfights from the balcony, 
bringing home the Christmas 
tree (a live one!), "Down with 
Santa", "Repent", dodging 
janitors, "Ban SURVEY", tap- 
ing the lock, the art of table- 
sleeping, throwing SURVEY 
spys out, our own personal Bat 
Poles, the clandestine Dutch 
Door, the Vermillion trip, los- 
ing pictures, kidnapping SUR- 
VEY typewriters, eternal black- 
board messages, censored cap- 
tions . . . oh, yes . . and THE 
BOOK. 

Sincerely, 

Jan Tuckerman 

Editor-in-chief 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Jon Tuckerman Editor-in-Chief 

Celeste Andrews Art Edito 

Sheryl dicker Layout Edito 

Judy Coolidge Mounte 

Ken Ginsburg Mounte 

Doug Hackle Mounte 

Cindy Wollace Mounte 

Diane Frank Copy Ed 

Steve Boyer Copy Wr 

Chuck Cox Copy Wr 

Cec Hunt Copy Wr 

Sue Mohusky Copy Wr 

Sandy Skrij Copy Wr 

Sharon Gerl Identification Ed 

Carol Frank Senior Ed 

Margie Engel Junior Ed 

Shirley Kropence Sophomore Ed 

Kathy Marten Faculty Ed 

Tanya Kokol Photo Ed, 

Pot Rock Assistant Photo Edi 

Marty Frank Photographe 

Larry Kemper Photographe 

Randy Price Photographe: 

Mr. Ron Morkwell Sponso 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Barb Zele . Business Manager 

Noreen Covon Ads Monager 

Ginny Yapel Ads Layout Manager 

Sue Land Ad Layout 

Noreen Benvenuto Ad Layout 

Kathy Calvert Salesman 

Barb Douer Salesman 

Betsy Gaydos Salesman 

Patti Gingell Salesman 

Peg Hocevar Salesman 

Karee Heighten Salesman 

Down Jackson Salesman 

Shirlee Paplako Salesman 

Jan Schneider Salesman 

Barb Wile Salesman 

Art Yerty Salesman 

Linda Pistotnik Art 

Mr. Otto Santos Advisor 



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