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Euclid Public Libvapy 

Donated by Euclid, Ohio 

Kenneth J.Sims Jr. 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

Euclid Public Library 



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euclidian 
1967 





ALMA MATER 

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

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



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 



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TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 

Introduction 6 

Academics 18 

Sports 50 

Organizations 78 

Activities 130 

Seniors 146 

Index 212 

Ads 251 

Supplement 285 




Each moment has 
been measured, pre- 
ceded by an unrelent- 
ing past. With content- 
ment the pattern of 
life is secured for the 
group and the lonely. 
Each person finds and 
builds his own pattern. 
For a pattern is singu- 
lar, but the variations 
are unlimited. And 
each moment brings a 
newness. 




The patterned sequence of study 
rarely yields to excitement or 
special rewards. The extraordi- 
nary is casually acknowledged 
with superior grades and honors. 
The true scholars are far and few, 
but each student having the op- 
portunity to develop finds within 
the structured framework the 
freedom to grow. 





When frivolous, the student can run exuberantly 
down the halls, play a large assortment of fun 
and games or spend an afternoon over a cho- 
colate sundae in the E-room. Each event does 
not change a person, it merely adds to the pat- 
tern of life. The very, very popular combine with 
the not-so popular in all sorts of fantastic 
caprices. Away from the gregarious groups, two 
individuals are able to develop meaningful re- 
lationships, combining both gaiety and serious- 
ness. The pattern of relationships enables one 
to distinguish between the faces in a crowd and 
one's true, honest friends. 




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The monotony of day after montfi 
stops just long enoughi to congratu- 
late and recognize the few. Endowed 
with the spirit to seek excellence, 
the honored appear distant to the 
student sitting in the back of the 
congratulating throng. But even the 
unrecognized realize the meaning of 
honor. 





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The loud, crowded, insensitive noise breal<s the 
stillness. And the pattern is broken. But after the 
burst of frenzy the quiet begins anew. The som- 
ber absence of voice, music and clattering din 
allows a precious moment for loneliness. Yet, 
the mind seeks to leave its solitary state. Re- 
leased to revel in the racket of a crowd, one 
shouts until the noise reaches an unbearable 
height of expression, until it dies. And each 
moment retains the noisy quietness. 




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With all aspects of life 
conforming to a great 
pattern of oneness, the 
individual is hesitant 
over his present path, 
and his opportunities 
to vary from the ex- 
pected. The infinite 
v/ays of expression 
permit each pattern to 
possess its own cha- 
racter and individ- 
uality. A new pattern 
waits to be found each 
moment. 




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academics 
academics 
academics 
academics 




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For a specified number of periods each day, 
eacti student becomes a part of ttie academic 
world. Tlie never-ceasing assignments and ex- 
pected excellence weigh the student down. But 
for all of the lectures and sleepy study halls, the 
academic pattern consists of a student and his 
text, meeting alone, to learn. 



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Paul R. Totten 
Dale E. Mansperger 
William R. Fortner 



Milan A. Jaksic 
William J. Tomko 
Lowell B. Davis 




Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools 



BOARD OF 
EDUCATION 



Unceasing activity and planning 
comprise the routine followed at the 
Board of Education. Responsible for 
all aspects of school operation, and 
aided by employees, the five members 
of the Board seek to provide and 
maintain a high standard educational 
system for Euclid's young people. The 
individual student may become ac- 
quainted with the Board through a 
variety of means, one being at- 
tendance at a monthly meeting with 
a government class. Regardless of 
the extent of a student's knowledge 
of its functions, he recognizes the 
Board of Education as the basis for 
and ruling faction of Euclid's school 
system. 






Dr. Spartoco DiBiasio, Director of Secondary Education 
W. G. Fordyce Administration Building 



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Mr. William A. Hunter, Principal 



Mr. William Lindsay 



ADMINISTRATION 

To many, a principal looms as an 
omniscient figure identified by voice 
via the public address system. For 
others, only the one or two adminis- 
trators dealing directly with students 
are visited in the mysterious abode 
called the administration corridor. 
Aiding the head principal in the realm 
of school policies, the four assistant 
principals perform a range of tasks 
designed to keep Euclid running 
smoothly. Perhaps Dr. Bergem pos- 
sesses the most familiar face. His 
signature appears on the bulletin that 
informs the student body of important 
events. And he frequently must stage 
and direct spirited pep rallies. Mr. 
Johns, in a newly attained position, 
guides the extra-curricular activities. 
Through numerous conferences, the 
senior who decides to attend college 
scours through catalogues and bul- 
letins under the guidance of Mrs. 
Sheats. Although Mr. Lindsay may not 
be a familiar face to the student, he 
actively supervises the faculty and 
coordinates the curriculum. To meet 
the leadership challenge, Mr. Hunter 
sagaciously blends all of the in- 
dividual units to maintain maximum 
efficiency. 




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Dr. Jerry Bergem 



Mr. Fred Johns 





Mrs. Harriet Sheats 



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Division A-F (L to R): M 
Jean Cox, Counselor; Mr. 



Miss Sue Harris, Counselor; Mrs. 




DEANS AND 
COUNSELORS 

Mentioning a Dean evol<es various 
reactions from various people. The 
most common impression concerns 
a merciless individual who spends 
most of his time dealing with disci- 
plinary problems. The first impression 
does not view the deans and coun- 
selors in the proper perspective. 
Aside from disciplinary matters, the 
counselors advise students on their 
vocational plans, and grades. Oc- 
casionally encountered when dealing 
with students are more serious prob- 
lems including personal conflicts or 
family difficulties. In such cases the 
counselor becomes personally in- 
volved. During the three years, a few 
students develop lasting friendships 
with their counselors, either through 
periodic detentions or frequent ap- 
pointments. The counselor and dean 
represent understanding adults con- 
cerned both with the academic and 
emotional needs of the student. 



Wilma Gillman, Dean; Mr. James Cliffel, 




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Soup-kitchen, '67 edition 



NON-TEACHIN6 
STAFF 

To make a school run takes more 
than professionals. The roles most 
important to the physical operation 
of an academic institution are filled 
by secretaries, custodians, cafeteria 
staffers, cleaning and maintenance 
personnel. Rarely aware of the vital 
part these individuals perform, the 
student enjoys the result of their 
presence. Librarians aid the dis- 
traught student in need of research 
materials. Mr. Coatsv\/orth, the school 
treasurer, withstands the guerilla tac- 
tics employed by bus pass purchasers 
weekly, as well as processes school 
funds. Too often the services are 
taken for granted. Without secretaries 
absences would go unrecorded, and 
appointments would be forgotten. The 
maintenance staff keeps repairing, 
cleaning, and protecting the physical 
plant. The non-teaching staff softens 
the academic atmosphere with prac- 
tical services. 



Mr. Coatsworth, Treasurer. 




Librarians (L to R): Mrs. Shearer, Mrs. Heglaw, Mrs. Kadlec, Mrs. Hazel, Mrs. Waselkov, Mrs. Mueller, 



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Maintenance Heads: Mr. George Brewster, Head Custodian; Mary Berus. 



Secretaries Bottom Row (L to R): Marie O'Neill, Anne Herricit, June Edwardsen, Rose 
Sbrocco, Jane Boyer, Donna Pinlar. Row 2: Rosemarie Tonn, Polly McRedmond, Peg 
Bending, Lucille Terlep, Margaret Maaswini<el, Dorottiy Stress. Not Pictured: Laura 
Gritfitii. 





Kathleen Fogarty 
Marilyn Fuerst 
Emelie Gale 
James Gallagher 
Paul Ganim 
Barbara Garwood 



Katheryn Gates 
Sue Harris 
Gerald Henderson 
Francine McDonald 
Carole Niebes 
Myra Oliver 




"Yes, I did suggest having beer in tine cafeteria. Next question?" 

Frank Pringle Barbara Schneider Larry Smith 

Leonard Robuck Granville Smith Michele Spott 



Rosemary Terango 





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ENGLISH 

The challenging world of dangling 
modifiers and comma splices exists 
for each student. However, the Eng- 
lish course consists of more than 
learning the proper placement of a 
semi-colon. Team-teaching adds in- 
terest and variety to the program. 
Moving the team's planning hour to 
the period following the class permits 
the three teachers to have a better 
focus on the next day's program. It 
enables them to dwell on areas which 
appear obscure to the student and 
to spend less time on subjects which 
are grasped more quickly. All classes 
explore the world's literature. A stu- 
dent ponders the intricacies of a 
Shakespearean comedy, a Greek 
tragedy, or an American short story. 
Poetry leaves him with mixed e- 
motions — appreciation for its beauty 
and bewilderment at its construction. 
Writing clinics aid students in master- 
ing the art of written communication. 
Striving to present many areas and 
still maintain interest, the English 
Department successfully permits a 
student to earn required credit and 
to gain a measure of appreciation for 
his language. 




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Non-historical thoughts 






William DeMora Donald Glaser 

Nathaniel Dickinson Ronald Harding 
Forrest Diehl Frank Hoffert 



Clyde Manspeaker 
Eileen Marsh 
Mary Jane Mazi 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

History conjures up the image of slightly non- 
social scholars searching for original documents. 
The Social Studies Department uses history as its 
basis. However mandatory a state requirement de- 
manding a knowledge of the U. S. tradition, the 
department strives to present history in a dynamic 
fashion. Rather than scholars, teachers develop in- 
terested citizens. The wide variety of courses treats 
both contemporary and ancient problems. The family 
is studied sociologically in Home and Family, while 
basic economic doctrines become a part of the 
student's background in Economics. The tight sche- 
dule of classes keeps the insight-inspiring teacher 
lively and witty. Interesting historical anecdotes re- 
duce the misery of date memorization. Surviving 
early courses, the history buff is afforded the op- 
portunity to explore, postulate hypotheses, write 
copious term papers, and appreciate the Western 
heritage. Both students and teachers expand their 
knowledge of current events through the reading of 
a weekly publication. The problem of combining the 
many facets of the social studies is partially solved 
by capable instructors. Still, American History re- 
mains an unyielding giant to many students. Lively 
interpretations coupled with sometimes riotous de- 
bates temper the giant. 



Pensive posture 





William IVIcCarter 
Dave Nichting 
Mike Raicevich 



Dennis Rash 
Wayne Smith 
Cecelia Stillman 
James Stucl<ey 
Leonard Weisenberg 



Adrian Buerger 
Carl Clements 
Judith Curran 



Bud Gorman 
Margie Gorslene 
Judith Povse 




Angles and . . . 



formulas of symbolic expression 




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Dale Thompson Jacqueline Toth 




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Parents analyze the New Math at Open House. 



Mrs. Gorslene prepares to attack a problem. 




MATHEMATICS 

Abstract and concrete ideas merge 
in the Matliematics Department. Be- 
ginning algebra and technical math 
present basic ideas. The student pro- 
gresses from beginning courses. 
Fundamentals expand to more ab- 
stract concepts in geometry, trigono- 
metry and calculus. Strange symbols 
acquire meaning. Problems previously 
unconquerable suddenly have a solu- 
tion. In computer math, a new course, 
students learn to use the computer as 
a technical tool much as they v/ould 
a slide rule to aid in calculations. The 
varied program affords each student 
the opportunity to obtain skills which 
will prove beneficial in his chosen 
field. 




'I thought these fleas were supposed to be trained 



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Dean Hawver 
Albert Judge 



Robert Knuth 
Marilyn Lucas 



Richard Rackovan 
Richard Sleith 



Miss Barrel! makes a microscopic inspection. 




William Starr Donald Steinbrink Dorothy Tombaugh 

The bell jar keeps them quiet. 




SCIENCE 

Science has a technical simplicity too often ig- 
nored or unappreciated. At the high school level very 
basic courses in biology, chemistry, natural re- 
sources and physics introduce natural science to the 
student. F.very level of instruction strives to show 
just a bit of the wonder of the physical world. Lab 
experiments and ample texts supplement the class- 
room lecture. Write-ups appear as busy work to stu- 
dents but the teacher expects understanding of 
experiments; graphs and conclusions force the no- 
vice chemist to relate forty minutes of lab to con- 
cepts developed by giants in the field. Apart from the 
emotional, sociological, and practical programs of 
study, the third floor domain of science is impervious 
to traditional methods and courses. Dynamic changes 
continually alter the curricula. Following an inspired 
lecture the student feels slightly microscopic real- 
izing the scientific world still remains to be con- 
quered. 



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Gail Atleson 
Donna Baumeister 



Ahmed Fellague 
Eleonora Guzman 



'Frau Bau" teaches with a German twist. 



Tres . . . trois 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Enthusiasm and diligence, the canons ot the 
Foreign Language Department, constitute the creed 
of its teachers. Eager to apply such techniques as 
the lab, films and singing, the foreign language 
teacher becomes an exuberant symbol of his re- 
spective linguistical country. The results and effect- 
iveness of these methods are illustrated by the 
thousands of lab slips turned in each year and at- 
tendance at department-sponsored foreign movies. 
But the teacher is not the only link to another cult of 
Western civilization. Written practice forms an in- 
tegral part of advanced study. Literature reveals the 
nature of the country, while a worn dictionary be- 
comes the student's irreplaceable friend and com- 
panion, although dialect and antiquity force one to 
utilize the technique of oral questioning during an 
unbelievably brief classroom time. Both the lab and 
language teacher offer the pupil his only chance at 
oral recitation which aids application and compre- 
hension. From the boredom of repetition springs the 
ability to skillfully speak another tongue, the depart- 
ment's monumental gift. 




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Anthony Vaccariello 
Margaret Zimmerman 



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HOME ARTS 

Psychomecs sounds rather fore- 
boding to a casual observer; a partici- 
pant in tiiis course of study seems to 
have to deal v\/ith ultra-sophisticated 
problems. Instead, it is another name 
for home arts. Apart from instructing 
tomorrow's homemakers in practical 
skills, the Home Arts Department at- 
tempts to instill in its students pride 
and responsibility. The girls become 
acquainted with the fundamental prin- 
ciples of planning, supplying and run- 
ning an orderly household. Family 
living introduces the complexities of 
a family's organization. Clothing 
courses improve the technical and 
designing abilities. Theory becomes 
an important background for the 
actual situations a girl will encounter. 
With increased understanding and 
proficiency, home economics, be- 
comes an art. 



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Clarence Eckert 
Kathryn Frye 
Al Galicki 
John Germock 



Tom Hoffart 
Lyie Houghtling 
Richard Hungerford 
Milton Kadlec 



Jackie Miller tries her hand at cooking. 





INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

For some the industrial arts cor- 
ridor is a refuge from the prosaic 
classroom lecture. The courses of- 
fered give a boy the chance to work 
with his hands. He may test his skill 
at woodworking or metal tooling, 
learn to appreciate the complexity 
and workmanship inherent in an auto- 
mobile engine or study the circuitry 
of a radio. In drafting or mechanical 
drawing he receives the basics for 
becoming an architect or engineer. 
Industrial arts is designed to develop 
and teach skills and trades. The suc- 
cess of the courses rests strongly on 
the creative, practical abilities the 
department strives to discover. 



"What happens now? 1 just sewed my finger to the cloth! 
Mr. Polkar shares a moment of amusement. 




Embert Martin Vinita O'Donnell 

Katherine Newman Allan Poklar 
Herbert Nold Raymond Snyder 



John Supance 
Marion Thomas 
Fred Vollman 




Alvin Amster 
Harold Caylor 



Susan Foise 
James Furlong 



Mr. Furlong gives an account of the day. 



Donna Praznovsky prepares for business. 




Typewriter and teacher provide instruction for Charlene Joyce 




BUSINESS 

Possessing the largest Business De- 
partment in the district, Euclid is both 
proud and aware of its efficiency and 
usefulness. Sponsoring such activi- 
ties as the Cooperative Office Edu- 
cation and Distributive Education Pro- 
gram, the department infiltrates the 
city with competent and eager stu- 
dents who obtain well-paying posi- 
tions in offices and stores. Over one 
half of the students at Euclid are 
enrolled in some type of business 
course either for vocational or per- 
sonal use. This, plus the realization 
that all business courses are elective 
illustrates the popularity and signifi- 
cance of the business world. After 
successfully struggling through the 
rigorous business curriculum at Eu- 
clid, the student is faced with an 
assortment of opportunities as num- 
erous and as varied as the rows of 
business machines he has finally 
mastered. 



students learning to type right. 



Clayton George 
Jean Lance 



David McKelvey 
Edmund Mize 



Samuel Muchesko 
Jeanne Nasca 



Dolores Tekiell 
Carol Williams 




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ART 

Major objectives realized through the study of 
art include the ability of expression by the individual. 
Group instruction as well as separate projects aid 
each student in developing an image of the world 
around him. One broadens this image through a 
variety of media. As the student of art experiments 
with color, line and texture, he comes to compre- 
hend not only his own work, but also that of others. 
Frequent art shows afford the student the opportunity 
to bask in satisfaction and occasionally sell his 
works. Advanced courses include a number of 
sketching field trips designed to acquaint the serious 
student with the dynamic subjects he must commit 
to tangible forms. Art enlarges the student's relation 
to his environment as its scope approaches a true 
understanding and appreciation. 




'I think it winl<ed at me!' 




Inspiration 



Antoinette Araca Joan Hausrath Gertrude Hoeger Ted Theodore 




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Dale Harper 



Jack Roshong 



Sam Taylor 





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MUSIC 

The piece of music lay on tiie slightly slanted 
stand. After sight-reading the seemingly impossible 
music, the instrumentalist envisioned the hard work 
ahead. The sopranos rested as the basses sloughed 
over the difficult arrangement. The accompanist 
pounded incessantly. Following these rough first 
readings, the weeks that followed afforded the 
serious student the opportunity for practice. In ad- 
dition to individual and group rehearsals, the music 
major is fortunate in being able to elect two years 
of theory. The department strives to develop co- 
operative spirit both in group enthusiasm and in 
musical interpretation. 



"Next year I thinl< I'll get a gold beret." 




reaps results. 




JOURNALISM 

Journalism offers a comprehensive 
study of the newspaper field. The 
techniques of writing a good editorial, 
the graphic arts skills, typesetting, 
layout and printing, become a part 
of the student's communicative na- 
ture. Graduating unto the Survey staff, 
the pupil practices his newly attained 
skills. Staff journalism certainly does 
not cover the range of the journalistic 
world. Accordingly, second year 
journalism has as its base, refined 
writing — newspaper style and crea- 
tive, included both years are the 
fundamentals of composition which 
form the basis of journalism. Aware 
of new skills, the student is able to 
abandon theoretical classroom as- 
signments and communicate more 
precisely. 




"C'mon, Mr. Brown 



. what's news?" 



Concentration in stripes for Darla Pasteur and Linda Prioreschi, 



DRAMA 

students in a drama class explore 
the depths of theater. They carefully 
examine the themes of various plays 
and the development of many char- 
acters. Emphasis lies on the practical 
aspects of play production. Indivi- 
duals create and design sets and cos- 
tumes. They conduct experiments 
with the proper application of make- 
up and work to learn the secrets of 
effective lighting. Everything absorbed 
from class discussions and experi- 
ences climaxes in a one-act play com- 
pletely produced and directed by the 
class. In bits and pieces the theater 
has evolved in the mind of the stu- 
dent. 




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Jnparalled parking 




DRIVING 

Since its introduction driver train- 
ing has risen in popularity as eager 
novices desire to learn the art. Pre- 
liminary tests given to each enrollee 
determine his capabilities and mea- 
sure such things as reaction time and 
night driving ability. Before any actual 
driving conditions are encountered, 
the students discuss the laws and 
theories of safe driving. Daily review 
and practice aid each individual in 
becoming more confident and able. 
The goal of driver training lies in this 
end. 



rhe Act of Memorization 





Mr. Ganim demonstrates dramatic tecfinique. 



ADJUSTED CURRICULUM 



Learning practical skills and ap- 
plying them to everyday living, the 
Adjusted Curriculum student becomes 
familiar with areas that will aid him 
after graduation. The pupil studies 
standard school courses under the 
guidance of specially trained teach- 
ers. Individual achievement is the goal 
of the student in this unique program. 




Frank Fowler 



Charles Lewis 




Increased reading speed and learning in all subjects 

READING 
IMPROVEMENT 

Designed for students on all levels 
of academic ability, Reading Improve- 
ment structures and coordinates itself 
around each individual. A purely op- 
tional and voluntary course, only time 
and effort can determine the student's 
results. Ultimately a 75% improve- 
ment in reading speed ability is 
gained after unfailing attendance at 
biweekly appointments in the reading 
lab. Using such devices as shadow 
scopes, phase reading films, and the 
tachiscope, the course not only im- 
proves the student's reading speed 
but also his vocabulary, comprehen- 
sion, study skills, and concentration. 




'if he could only see me now!" 



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i/lr. Fowler achieves understanding with his students. 



Basketball Ballet 




krlene Carter 
larold Daugherty 
)on Mohr 
loward Reminick 



Victor Resch 
Ed Tekleli 
Peggy Tornstrom 
Gaye Whieldon 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Face flushed, slightly disheveled, a stu- 
dent enters his class quietly, hoping no one 
will take notice of his tardiness. He breathes 
heavily as a result of the strenuous activity 
that he performed during his physical edu- 
cation class. The complete Euclid program 
strives to challenge not only the physical but 
the mental capacity of the student. To an 
ardent follower of sports, this represents the 
ideal presentation of the subject, but to many 
others it symbolizes a required subject that 
must be taken. Confronted with inadequate 
facilities and limited area, the department 
attempts to overcome this handicap and to 
persuade even the most reluctant student to 
an active participation. 



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The physically adroit 
comprise a unique 
Euclid society. The 
athlete develops all 
aspects of his charac- 
ter during the long 
seasons. Practice 
never ceases. It is re- 
peated, spanning sea- 
sons and sports. Ex- 
pected to maintain an 
"eligible" grade aver- 
age, he seems to his 
unathletic cohorts a 
bit of a walking mar- 
vel. All of the practice 
and fatigue are not in 
vain. The victories 
make the hard work 
worth it all. 




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Varsity Football Bottom Row (L to R): Tim Haase, Jack Farrill, Tom Omahen, Ron Heinlein, Bob Scott, Bob Eder, Greg Lopez, Tom Seddon, Paul Baker, Rich Clem- 
ence, John Sullivan, John Speck, Randy Wohlgemuth, David Price, flow 2, Bob Schaueis, Chuck McLaughlin, Dennis Adams. Dick Kolesar, Jim Orazen, Brent Hamil- 
ton, John Bell, Rick Hoinski, Jim Travarca, Larry Hahn, Nick Zadnik, Butch Denney, Rick Brown, Cliff Drobnik, Ray Schultz, Brad Lyman, Dave Zgonc. flow 3; Spiros 
Gonakis, Paul Marino, Bill Scott, Bill Papp, Craig Sharon, Dennis Bosco, Steve Jezerinac, Doug Kelley, Terry Kollar, Ivlark Lombard!, John Deming, Ralph Doesburg, 
Tim Gulich, John Oyster, Dave Redeye, Frank Lemmo, John Schulte, Eric Lyttie, Bill Young. 



VARSITY 
FOOTBALL 

There is no casual observer of foot- 
ball. The football addict avidly follows 
the fortunes of his team. Spirit ex- 
presses itself through overflow 
crowds and numerous grandstand an- 
tics. But the team plays the most 
important role. Starting with opti- 
mism, the squad lost its early season 
hopes for a victory-filled season. De- 
feats were numerous. As the record 
worsened, the fans hoped for a bit of 
Euclid glory. The team worked and 
sweated each balmy Friday night. 
Each touchdown released an incal- 
culable amount of spirit. Finally for 
Homecoming, victory was obtained. 
The late season muddy victories il- 
lustrated the tremendous determi- 
nation of the team before shrunken 
crowds. The record was the official 
memory, but the staunch and loyal 
spectator remembers a long, hard 
season. 




Craig Sharon takes the pause that refreshes. 



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N^ VARSITY 

FOOTBALL SCORES 



Euclid 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 

Euclid 7 

Euclid 7 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 27 



St. Joseph 19 

Collinwood 16 

Garfield Heights 14 

Valley Forge 16 

Lakewood 19 

Parma 12 

Cleveland Heights 

Shaw 24 

Shaker 

Brush 



Wins 3 Losses 7 



Spirits leader celebrates a score. 
Seddon sizes up the situation. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 
FOOTBALL 



The sophomore year provided an 
opportunity for the football player to 
become acquainted with the LEL 
teams. The Junior Varsity team dili- 
gently practiced and worked-out, but 
spectacular crowds failed to ma- 
terialize to watch the weekly game. 
Stressing cooperation and funda- 
mentals, the team developed its 
talents. Although the season wasn't 
victorious, the gridder learned to fight 
for Euclid. 




Junior Varsity players tal<e time-out for humor. 



A tense moment for J.V, Cubs 




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Junior Varsity Football Bottom Row (L to R): Mike Mitch, Doug Alecci, Vic Valli 
Don Emmert, Ron Swanson, Doug Hennie. Fred Arnold, Ken Chudzik, Doug C 
jame. Bob D'Apice, Pat O'Conneli, John Tolar, Dave Lewis. Henry James Row 
lay, Jack Borden, Chuck Schmid, Jim Sulen. 



Bob Vunderink, George Gast, Dennis DeMoJzes, Jerry Moses, Tom Severino. Row 2: 
ible. Bob Peternel, Ernie Gailo. Row 3: Richard Eder, Dave Nungesser, John Blassin- 
4: Kurt Stanic, Rich Schwabauer, Fred Grupe, Joe Serksnis, Jack Craigs, Bill Brez- 



iheerleaders prepare to storm an empty stand. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
FOOTBALL SCORES 



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St. Joe 


...22 


d . . 


. . . . 42 


Collinwood 


.. . 


d . . 


. . . . 20 


Garfield Hts 


. .. 


d .. 


. .. . 12 


Valley Forge . . . . 


. .. 16 


d . . 


. . . . 


Cleveland Hts. . . . 


... 8 


d . . 


. . . . 6 


Lakewood 


...26 


d . . 


.... 6 


Shaw 


...20 


d 


. . . . 22 
.... 6 


Siiaker 


. . . 


d .. 


Brush 


... 6 


d .. 


.... 6 


Parma 


...20 




Wins 


3 Losses 6 
Ties 1 





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Varsity Swim Team Row 1 (L to R): Dave Kershaw, Jim Knight, Rob Modic, Richard Preztak, Randy Cebul, Chuck Fraley, Brent Hamilton, Craig Zola. 
Paul Fitzgerald, Brian Cox, Dale Kalamasz, John Mauser, Bob Henikman, Jack Strunk, Doug Keller, Dave Brunson, Jeff Burns, Tom Barker. 



Pre-pool Prayer 



VARSITY 
SWIMMING 

Chlorinated, wet and ready, the 
swimmers faced their opponents with 
a grim sense of determination. De- 
spite the loss of a majority of their 
starters, the swim team valiantly 
fought to maintain their LEL Champi- 
onship. A surprising number of new 
names placed themselves on the 
record book. Old and new mermen, 
swimming in events they had never 
planned on, developed new skills 
and powerful relay teams. Statistics 
alone do not tell the true story, for 
many times this season the meet 
ran down to the wire. Swimmers set 
many new pool records and battled 
for the last event stroke for stroke. 
Developing a nucleus for next year's 
team, the team placed well in the 
district meet, successfully comple- 
ting the season. 




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VARSITY 
SWIMMING SCORES 



Euclid 56 

Euclid 52 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 53 

Euclid 55 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 36 

Euclid 53 

Euclid 50 

Euclid 56 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 48 

Euclid 36 

Euclid 51 

Euclid 45 

Wins 9 
LE.L 



Brush 39 

Shaw 43 

W.R.A 52 

Lakewood 42 

Shaker 40 

Berea 68 

Cleveland Hts 59 

Shaw 42 

Gilmour 44 

Brush 39 

University 61 

Lakewood 47 

Midpark 59 

Shaker 44 

Fairview 50 

Losses 6 
3rd 

District 7th 

State 14th 



Assurance and assistance from Euclid team-mates 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 
SWIMMING 

In the split second of time between 
the starter's direction to "take your 
mark," and the shattering noise of the 
starting gun, the mind of the Junior 
Varsity swimmer is occupied by only 
one thing, his race. He concentrates 
on each upcoming stroke, knowing 
that only perfection will give him a 
victory. Then his mind skips ahead to 
the first turn, as he mentally exe- 
cutes it in preparation for the actual 
race. After each race, the J.V. swim- 
mer has learned and improved. After 
each race, he is closer to graduating 
from the ranks of the Junior Varsity, 
as his skill approaches that of a 
Varsity Swimmer. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
SWIMMING SCORES 



Euclid 51 

Euclid 31 

Euclid 19 

Euclid 23 

Euclid 23 

Euclid 35 

Euclid 50 

Euclid 29 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 35 

Euclid 33 

Euclid 23 

Wins 2 



Shaw 43 

W.R.A 63 

Lakewood 76 

Shaker 72 

Berea 72 

Cleveland Hts 60 

Shaw 43 

Gilmour 66 

Lakewood 81 

Shaker 56 

Fairview 61 

Heights 72 

Losses 10 



Preparation arouses spectator interest 



A close finish, but Euclid's 




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On your mark ... get set 



"GO!" 



J v. Swim Team Row 1 (L to R): Eddy Bishop, Dean Coolldge, Dave Grieshammer. Steve Smith, Chris Cameron. Ricl( Cotton. Rob Verner. Paul Vincent, Dave 
Templeton. Row 2: Fred Essex, Vaughn Brothers. Louie Stevens, Jeff Bish. George Proliopovich, Jerry Moses, Marl< Humphrey, Dennis Mayocl<, Dougias Cabie, Bili 
Anderson. 




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VARSITY 
WRESTLING 

Traditionally good, the wrestlers 
provided another season of victories. 
Most weight classes were filled by ex- 
perienced individuals. The talented 
coaches prepared the wrestlers and 
perfected their techniques. In several 
weight classes, new talent was devel- 
oped following opening shaky starts. 
These novice members of the team 
played Important roles in later close 
meets. Casual spectators attempted 
to follow a match, but the wrestling 
fans understood the referee's deci- 
sions, and usually approved of the 
Euclid victories. However, the one or 
two vital meets on the road to LEL 
championship were lost. A third place 
finish in the sectionals sent two boys 
to State. The wrestling team, with 
great potential, showed the sophisti- 
cated methods of Euclid coaching and 
practice. The team, excellent, perhaps 
more ready than other teams for all- 
out victories, did not stimulate a great 
amount of excitement. The veteran 
wrestlers were expected to produce a 
respectable Euclid record standard, 
and the team did. 




Eckert Enthusiasm 



Varsity Wrestling Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Cathcart, Gary Ciprian, Tim Baur. John Meros, flow 2: Rich Piscopo, Jim Schwabauer, Steve Piscopo 
Jacl< Farrili, Pete Goulis. flow 3; Tom Seddon, John Tolar. John Speck, Marl< Lombardi, Paul Marino. 





VARSITY 
WRESTLING SCORES 



Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid . 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 
Euclid. 



Grotesque Arabesque 



Consolation from fellow teammates 




.21 Garfield Hts 14 

.24 Eastlake North 15 

.36 Lakewood 5 

.13 Valley Forge 24 

.29 Shaker 10 

.25 St. Joseph 13 

.22 Cleveland Hts 13 

.20 Shaw 16 

.34 Brush 6 

.26 Huron 11 

. 9 Parma 26 

Wins 9 Losses 2 
Sections First Place 









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JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING SCORES 



Garfield Hts 11 

Eastlake North 29 

Lakewood 7 

Valley Forge 28 

Shaker 11 

St. Joseph 13 

Cleveland Hts 28 

Shaw 9 

Brush 10 

Huron 

Parma 33 

Wins 7 Losses 4 



Euclid. . 


.29 


Euclid. . 


. 8 


Euclid. . 


.40 


Euclid. . 


. 9 


Euclid. . 


.24 


Euclid. . 


.31 


Euclid. . 


.11 


Euclid. . 


.30 


Euclid. . 


.31 


Euclid. . 


.43 


Euclid. . 


. 6 




Brush gets a lift from Euclid. 




JV's get wrapped up in their wrestling. 



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J. V. Wrestling Bottom Row (L to R): Steve Pred, Ralph Perry, Nick Capretta, Dave Vandeveer, Row 2: George Gasl. Tom Severino, Jim Petardi, Chucl< Mukavelz, 
Bob Baur, Phil Vollman. Row 3: Robert Henderson, Bob Vunderink, Fred Arnold, Ron Jezeski, Doug Knaus, Jim Tolar. 




uclid tries to get on top. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING 

Some wrongly consider the term 
"junior varsity" as something that falls 
below average; to others, it contains 
the l<ey to the future, the chance to 
wrestle "big time" on the varsity 
squad. Often the J. V. team demon- 
strates and offers many startling dis- 
plays of talent from sources that were 
not previously considered. The 
coaches, always on the lookout for 
new talent, search the junior varsity 
ranks to find replacements for the 
graduating champions. Junior varsity 
gives wrestlers a chance to develop 
and improve skills and techniques that 
one day they will use when elevated 
to varsity positions. 



CROSS COUNTRY 
SCORES 



Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 



23 Valley Forge 32 

32 Lakewood 25 

29 Parma 28 

40 Cleveland Heights .... 19 

22 Shaw 37 

34 Shaker 21 

28 Brush 28 

Wins 4 Losses 2 

Ties 1 

Euclid Relays 6th 

St. Joseph Relays 6th 

District Meet 3rd 

Regional Meet 5th 

L.E.L Meet 3rd 




'I wonder if he knows I have my Flash Gordon suit on?" 



Coach Theodore explains the course to Euclid runners and opponents. 




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Cross Country Bottom Row (L to R): 



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ch, Terry Rieder, Tom 

Marty_Eble, Wes Collins, 

Don Lewis, 




CROSS COUNTRY 

Probably the least heralded of fall 
sports, Cross Country attracts more 
competitors than spectators. With no 
fans to cheer him on, the harrier de- 
pends solely on his long hours of ex- 
hausting practice to win. Obscured 
in the mass of competitors at the 
starting line, he becomes distin- 
guished as he crosses the finish line. 
The Cross Country team did not 
assert its potential until late in the 
season. At the LEL meet, the team 
finished third. The strenuous work- 
outs were justified in the season finale 
as the Panthers notched a respect- 
able place in the standings. 



The Breakout 



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INDOOR TRACK 

Designated as a home of cham- 
pions, the indoor track houses the 
most successful team in Euclid's 
history. Panther trackmen have been 
characterized by a winning tradition. 
This year the team provided its coach 
with his one hundredth consecutive 
home victory. Hardly a spectator 
sport, track at Euclid draws the few 
who want to see excellence personi- 
fied. This year's team broke sup- 
posedly unbreakable records. Each 
victory attested the fact that Euclid 
trackmen comprise one of the 
district's most outstanding teams. 




Euclid takes the lead. 



Indoor Track Bottom Row (L to R): John Reith, Jack Prasek, Bob Smith, Bob Cuevas, Jim Moore, Al Tegel, Jim Reider, Terry Kollar, Jaj 
Kitsos, Row 2: Mike Applequist, Andy Altenweg. Jim Petrovic, Leroy Williams, Paul Nielsen, Larry Hahn. Mike Lonchar, Ray Schultz. Row S.- 
Tom Omahan, Terry Reider Dale Kalamasz Sam Syracuse Bill Korthals Brian Ursich Wes Collins, John Tucceri, Wayne Streble. Row 4: 
Jeff Reider, Dan Zawack George GasI Arli lacofano Rich Eder Jeff Fagen Dave Nungesser Richard Kipp, Bob Dudek, Bob Lemmo. flow S.- 
John Deming. Jeriy Hubacka Frank Camloh Bob Podobnikar Ken Chudzik Row 6 Ken McCreight, Tom Wendorff, Duane Doblar, Bill Shaffer, 
Vic Valli, Walt Bubley, Ron Bock 




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TRACK SCORES 



Euclid. . . 


70 


John Hay . . . 


. . .22 


Euclid. . . 


702/3 


Glenville .... 


...211/3 


Euclid. . . 


64 


Marshall 


...37 


Euclid. . . 


37 


East Tech . . . 


...55 


Euclid. . . 


87 


South 


....5 


Euclid. . . 


44 Ve 


J.F.K 


. . .475/6 


Euclid. . . 


681/2 


Parma 


...231/2 


Euclid. . . 


78 


Valley Forge . 


...14 


Euclid. . . 


61 


J.F.K 


...31 


Euclid. . . 


. ...'.54 


East Tech . . . 


...38 


Euclid. . . 


62 


Shaker Hts. . . 


...30 


Euclid. . 


80 


John Adams . 


...12 


Euclid. . . 


77 


Collinwood . . 


...13 




Wins 11 


Losses 2 






K. of C. 


Meet 2nd 






City Meet 2nd 





High-jump Bump 



Ron Bock strains for the finish. 





Trackmen pounding down the hall 



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is Botlon Row (L to R): Assistant Coach Rackovan, Jim Guinter, Captain; Coach Nold. Row 2: Chuck Mukavetz, Jeff Buras, Roger lulunson, Rob Modic. 
Hinde, Bill Swisher, Alec Wightman, Don Maza, Jim Kiro. 



TENNIS SCORES 



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EucI 
EucI 
EucI 
EucI 
EucI 
EucI 



d .. . . 4 Valley Forge 

d . . . . 4 Lakewood 

d . . . 3 Parma 

d . . . 5 Cleveland Heights . . 

d . . . . 5 Shaw 

d . . . . 3 Shaker 

d . .. . 5 Brush 

Wins 7 Losses 

Winner of L.E.L. Championship 

First Place in L.E.L. Singles 

First Place in L.E.L. Doubles 



TENNIS 

"1 Smashing its way through a victor- 

1 ious season, the tennis team captured 

2 the first LEL tennis championship 
ever brought to Euclid. Traditionally 
good in the spring season, the netters 
2 surprised everyone by capturing a 
well-earned LEL title with ease. The 

tennis player represents his team 
during a long and lonely battle. In- 
dividuality remains a constant factor 
during summer practices as team 
members improvise their own 
methods. The tennis team provided a 
fall champion unmatched in excel- 
lence. 





Roger Munson expresses action and anguish. 



The playing form that won Euclid the LEL Championship 





A Tennis IVlenace 




VARSITY 
BASKETBALL SCORES 



Garfield Hts 57 

Shaw 57 

Brush 64 

Parma 72 

Lakewood 58 

Valley Foge 81 

Akron Kenmore ... 67 

St. Joseph 44 

Shaker 56 

Cleveland Hts 56 

Shaw 63 

Brush .' . . 51 

Parma 61 

Lakewood 56 

Valley Forge 43 

Newark 73 

Shaker 67 

Cleveland Hts 57 

5 Losses 3 
2nd Place 



Euclid. . 


.66 


Euclid. . 


..70 


Euclid. . 


. .73 


Euclid. . 


. .78 


Euclid. . 


. .63 


Euclid. . 


. .51 


Euclid. . 


. .68 


Euclid. . 


. .70 


Euclid . . 


. .59 


Euclid. . 


.86 


Euclid. . 


.64 


Euclid. . 


. .83 


Euclid. . 


. .75 


Euclid. . 


. .88 


Euclid. . 


. .41 


Euclid. . 


.39 


Euclid. . 


..73 


Euclid. . 


. .92 




Wins 1 




L.E.L. 




Al Vilchek takes a giant step. 



Doc delivers mid-game strategy. 





Varsity Basketball Kneeling (L to R) Bob Edwardsen, Hick Brown, Tom McRedmond, Captain; Jef( Booms, Al Vilcheck, Jim Neidermeyer, 
Don Shisila, Ewald Heise, Coach Daugherty. flow 2: Dan Leskiewicz, Don Lewis, Mike Boyle, Dan Zdanowicz, Dave Price, Ned Simpson, 
Rod Sullivan, Dale Hocevar, Don Maxa, Coach Judge. 




VARSITY 
* BASKETBALL 



Panther rooters were rarely excited 
to the pandemonium and anxiety of a 
close game. IVlost opponents were 
methodically eliminated by consistent 
good play and solid teamwork. Op- 
ponents formulated various defenses 
in an effort to stop the team, but near- 
ly all failed. The Panthers made be- 
lievers out of hesitant fans and skep- 
tical newspapers. Pep rallies were no 
longer necessary to excite interest in 
the team. Capacity crowds packed 
the gym home or away to watch the 
Panthers defeat their opponents. The 
season, tremendous in all respects, 
ended without the championship vic- 
tory. Still, basketball proved Euclid 
spirit and excellence. 



Panthers on the prowl 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

In rising from the obscurity tra- 
ditionally attributed to any junior 
varsity sport, this year's basketball 
Kittens vibrated nearly as much ex- 
citement as their varsity counterparts. 
Sparked by close teamwork, hard 
practice, enthusiastic spirit, and en- 
couraged by a growing number of 
spectators, the team survived hard- 
fought victory after victory, as their 
efforts were recorded in a near-per- 
fect season. 




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Reflected reaction 





JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL SCORES 



.50 Garfield Hts 25 

.51 Shaw 39 

.56 Brush 31 

.54 Parma 47 

.72 Lakewood 50 

.62 Valley Forge 52 

.72 Akron Kenmore ... 39 

.57 St. Joseph 37 

.60 Shaker 52 

.63 Cleveland Hts 40 

.53 Shaw 46 

.34 Brush 32 

.59 Parma 49 

.63 Lakewood 30 

.58 Valley Forge 29 

.60 Newark 61 

.56 Shaker 39 

.52 Cleveland Hts 39 

Wins 17 Losses 1 



J. V. Basketball Kneeling (L to R): Frank Patton, Manager 
Dan Zawack, Jeft Booms, Jim Neidermeyer, Dave Lewis 



Mr. Knuth, Coach. Row 2: Al Russ. Kurt Stanic, Don Volante, Rod Sullivan, Don Nevar, 
Mike Laugh lin, Mike Roberts, Doug Alecci, Gary Vaccariello. 




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Girls' Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): 
Monica Naworski, Kathy Laurich. Row 



n Kropf. Kathy Schaser. Row 2: Sharon Masek, Karen Holodniak, Luba Hadzima, 
Leslie Kalan, Marlha Davis, Debbie Erdman, Cheryl Laser, Susan Christie. 



Girls' Volleyball Bottom Row (L to R): Joan Kropf, Kathy Laurich. flow 2: Cheryl Reed, Gayle Krarr 
Vivian Sobole. flow 3; Cheryl Laser, Debbie Erdman, Beth Climo. 



GIRLS' SPORTS 

Girls' sports teams provide a ciial- 
lenge of competition and satisfaction 
formerly enjoyed by only male con- 
tenders. Interscholastically arranged 
games and meets for tennis, volley- 
ball, basketball, and track teams re- 
quire hours of unappreciated and 
dedicated practice. Members making 
the team proudly represent feminine 
physical adeptness. Receiving little 
support from crowds or cheers, the 
girls sacrifice recognition for self- 
satisfaction. 




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Girls' Track (L (o R): Sybil Tetrick, Joan Kropf, Kathy Laurich. 




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Released from the class- 
room, the student pro- 
ceeds to appropriate a 
vast amount of time on 
extra - curricular affairs. 
Organizations open an un- 
limited number of ways in 
which to spend many 
hours. Clubs clamor for 
members. And the officers 
must devise numerous 
projects and parties to 
sustain interest. Each club 
interprets service uniquely. 




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student Council (L to R): Bottom Row: Pete Goulis, Ranee lafelice, Peggy Schroeder, Shelley Tarantino. Gloria DeMario, Ruth Ganser, Kathy Randall, Noreen Ross, 
Mary Jean DeTomas. Claire Templeton, Peggy Denise Scheurman, Judy Perko, Joanne Allchin, Jan Subel, Wendy Brown. Nancy Hagstrand, Chris Geer, Clarabeth 
Tannehill, Dannie Dugan. Row 2: Sheryl Oyler, Donna Daugherty, Linnea Purvis, Shelley Spellman, Sandy DiNardo, Shirley Krapence. Pam Walker, Terry Testa, 
Cindy Theis. Veronica Seibert, Julie Sajewski, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Luci Oliverio, Kathy Woodruff, Pat Gibbons, Lenore Buchholz, Jackie Weber, Jane Miller. 
Row 3: Sandy SkrlJ, Judy Misch, Dolores Sobe, Marilyn Siders. Jackie Cabala, Leslie Kalan. Dorothy Trunkely. Gayie Mocarski, Sue Yozipovich, Pat Gephart, Jenny 
Aultz, Joan Kadow, Lucy Stucki, Quay Proctor, Linda Spokas. Debby Beckwith, Jessica Loncala, Sally Yozipovich, Sharon Johnson, Nancy Winters. Row A: Les 
Sherman, Don Lewis, Bob Wickes, Jim Stoch, Joe Parisi, Joe Ciomek, Lyndi Moore, Kathy Moore. Kathy Laurich. Jan Kozak, Sally Rogell, Karen Lobas, Donna 
Phillips, Marg Jarvis, Randi Svendsen, Sue Vidensek, Sue Chandler, Pat Letinowski, Carol Seslak, Marilyn Wolf, Judy Macrea. Row 5; Joe Sandra, John Rice, 
Ron Heinlein. Mark Smith, Mike Lewam, Larry Hann. Russ Leisenheimer. Dave Kuvent, Bob Henderson, Rick Holloway, Ken Stauffer, Jack Strunk, Paul Nielsen, Tim 
Lawler, Ken Mantey, Rick Nurmi, Jim Francis, Doug Cooney, Randy Sharon, John Arko, Bob Friedel, Rick Korzenowski, Rick Eder. 



"Who US? All we do is paste leaves back on trees!' 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Characterized by dynamic, 
popular leadership, Student Council 
attempted to increase representative 
participation in all areas of student 
government. In an effort to increase 
the student's interest in his own af- 
fairs. Student Council illustrated that 
accomplishment and economy could 
be workable ideas in a large council. 
The forty minute meetings invariably 
were too short to adequately discuss 
major proposals and ideas. Closer 
relations between the faculty and the 
students brought Student Council 
nearer to one of its major goals. 
Student Council successfully strived 
for better communications. 




student Council Officers (L to R): Lynn Bana, Nancy Winters, Ken Mantey, Dave Gubanc. 



Key Club's winner in Student Council Contest. 




student Council Executive Board (L to ft): Bottom Row: Jackie Cabala, Lynn Bana. Charlene Joyce, Nancy Winters, Leslie McArthu 
Mr. HolferL Row 2: Barb Wince, Kathy Marcus, Randi Svendsen. Lucy Oliverio. flow 3. Tim Lawler, Ken Mantey, Dave Gubanc. 




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SOPHOMORE F.T.A. Bottom Row (L to R): Cynthia Paparizos, Willis Driesbach, Debbie Tinl<er, Diana Pietro, Judy Gansen, Jean Lokar, Terri Sivert. 
Row 2: Linda Sonntag, Diana Coppers, Jenny Grabitz, Sara Nantz, Joyce Haffee, Karen lcl<e, Diane Denison. Row 3: Pam Mahany, Brenda Payer, 
Shiela Zurc. Mary Mog, Joan Henderson, Chris Srnicl(, Julie Saiewsl<i. Row 4: Sue Fiise, Rita Halsey, Karen Frani<, Sharon Johnson, Karen Mohorioh, 
Marie Meehan, Susan Morris, Barb Gordos. 




¥J A. EXECUTIVE BOARD Bottom Row (L to R): Carol Ivancic, Bob Wallace, 
Nancy Hagstrand. Row 2: Carol Hitchcock. Carol Henikman, Judy Perko, 
/, Historian; Linda Koeth, Jan Bradshaw, 
Vice President; Lucy Oliverio, President; 



Elaine Sabo, 


Treasurer; Linda Dail 


Jill Goodwin 


Row 3: Judy Coolidg 


Barb Martin 


Secretary. 





All hail to the only male! 




FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF 
AMERICA 

The desire to gain insight into the 
teaching profession motivates stu- 
dents to join F.T.A. Speeches by 
educators fill a large part of the rou- 
tine of the meetings. The induction 
ceremonies in the fall bring members 
into more personal contact, reducing 
the disadvantages of the large size 
of the club. Tutoring fellow students 
in need of aid enables the student to 
practice teaching methods. The para- 
professional aspect of teaching, al- 
though not highly challenging, be- 
comes the student's through his ac- 
tivities as teacher's aid or hall guard. 
Exposure to different areas of edu- 
cation aids the club member in plans 
for the future. 



Guest speaker Robert Holloway addresses Future Teachers. 



Junior and Senior Future Teachers of America (L to R}: Bottom Row: Marilyn Boyd, Mary Ellen Jaklic, Linda Bohinc, Peggy Tarantino, Kathy Discenzo, Bob Wicks, 
Mike Harris, Jack Mikovic, Steve Craun, Robert Wallace. Richard Schneider, Leiand McBride. Ron Krai, Linda Koeth, Sherry McCaul, Sheriy Wieland. Row Z.- 
Judy Sliscak, Sharon Pawlechko, Rita Vasas, Gloria Regalbuto, Marty Wilder, Karen Shook. Karen Katona, Betty Grigonis, Diane Moats, Judy Perko. Kathy Pausic, 
Lynn Bana, Nancy Hagstrand, Clara Hille, Barb Taylor, Sara Weinberger, Joann Allchin, Gloria Weber, Bernie Kirsch, Nancy Gere, Jill Goodwin, Cheryl Keyes, Debby 
Naderer. flow 3. Lin Hersey, Kathy Mramor, Sue Chandler, Sharon Anderson, Cindy Sak, Shirley Krapence, Karen Skolaris, Pat Doyle, Judy Coolidge, Barb Frizzell, 
Carol Pred, Kalhy Marten, Chris Reinwald, Pam Cooney. Marton Reinke, Ellen Mizner. Kathy Wilbur, Sally Rogell, Vishna Franic, Beth Hamby, Karen Holodniak, 
Leslie McArthur, Linda Dailey. Row 4: Sue Christie. Linda Kopniske, Bonnie Newton, Karen Lobas, Sue Weber, Lucy Stucki, Sandy Schervish. Carol Burhenne. Carol 
Schmidt. Noreen Skerley, Luci Oliverio. Pat McMunllen, Mary Ellen Garisek, Bonnie Perpar, Nancy Edwards, Sally Shemkunas, Laurel Warnke. Cathy Foster, Marilyn 
Braun, Carole Caghan, Barb Shenk, Elaine Sabo. Marion Za)c. Row 5 Sue Kapler, Diana Koeth. Jill Janda, Chris Peterson, Diane Karrer, Jackie Mason, Bonnie 
Kermavner, Sue Simon, Shelley Spellman, Nancy Hull, Karen Karberg. Sandy Doles. Carol Hitchcock, Rose Kimosh, Carol Henikman, Dorothy Urbancic, Marty Wiehn, 
Linda Zadd, Colleen Skonier, Alison Trommelter, Leslie Robinson, La'ra Forsythe, Kathy Laurich. flow 6; Carol Ivancic, Bonnie Dietrich, Kathy Aulmuth, Jenny 
Aultz, Barb Reed, Andrea Vidmar, Jan Bradshaw, Pat Griffin, Claudia Stallings, Carol Melnik. Carol Willert, Carol Kramer, Rose Mary Scott, Shirley Chisholm, Sue 
Gustetic, Gloria DeMario, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Pam Long, Sue Williams. Sue Borsch, Sally Gulich, Pam Madden. 










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Future Nurses ot America Club Bottom Row (L to R): Nancy Stanley, Geri Nielsen, Peggy Vollman, Shelly Tarantino Jeanette 
Trout, Barb Dauer. Pam Cooney, Charlene Wendell, Kathy Moore, Barb Emser. Karen Gonas, Judy Matjasic flow 2 Cindy 
Phelps, Judy Skringar, Nancy Schubert, Janet McCauley, Cindy Wallace, Sue Hathaway. Maiy Lou Cater, Joan Lewandowski 
Claire Templeton, Laurie Sickler, Mary Jo Klocker. Lynda Buchhols floiv 3 Cheiyi Brown. Treasurer; Akera Vargo, Barb 
Jerele, Laura Bucknot, Wendy Brown, Denise Scheurman, Jackie Cabala, Nancy Robb, Jeanette Lewis, President; Andrea Vid- 
mar, Vice-President; Judy Tuaty, Debbie Bohanon, Judy Stiscak. Rofi 4: Eileen Both, Vickie Kurr. Nancy Zdnar, Jan Essex, 
Cathy Moore, Carol Heinz, Carol Ivansic, Maiy Ann Cherney, Judy Luckay. Debby Portik. Margaret Pograis. Secretary; Carolyn 
Pograis, Cathy Carpenter. Peggy Zust, Veronica Seibert flow 5.- Linda Kopniske, Carol Zonar, Jackie Day, Sarah Goslee, 
Laurie Haytas. Dorothy Trunkly, Pat Timlin. Jackie Hulowitz, Yolanda Chetnik, Carol Kovacic. Carole Caghan, Carolyn Kostan- 
sek, Sue Kinkelaar, Sue Williams, Bernice Matulis, Pat Geddes, 



FUTURE NURSES 
CLUB 

From childhood aspirations to 
working as an aide, future nurses 
develop their talents and interests. 
Joining with others that share like 
interests, they pursue the varied areas 
connected with the field of medicine. 
The future nurses begin to realize 
that only those with a true desire to 
aid others pass the rigorous and de- 
manding requirements. Banding to- 
gether under the auspices of a nation- 
al organization, the hopefuls obtain 
information on particular fields from 
authorities, visit various hospitals and 
aid others however possible. They 
prepare for the long and difficult road 
that must be travelled in order to 
realize childhood dreams. 




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DISTRIBUTIVE 

EDUCATION CLUB 

OF AMERICA 

A chapter of the national organi- 
zation, Distributive Education Clubs 
of America is in its fourth year at 
Euclid. The goals of the club involve 
success in salesmanship, managerial 
posts and other service occupations. 
D.E.C.A. applicants must survive care- 
ful screening for interest and en- 
thusiasm. The annual event of the 
club, the employer-employee dinner, 
provides incentive for fund raising ac- 
tivities. D.E.C.A. involves a social re- 
lationship between the w/orking stu- 
dent and his employer, preparing him 
for a solid vi/orking knowledge of 
business and its leaders. 



D.E.C.A. (L to R): Bottom Row: Georgeann Orlando, Helene Riggs, Kay Muir. Toni Caranfa. Row J.- 
Karen Steelman. Bill Mikolic. Betty Gfeller. Bill Doehring. Dottle Vojtek, flow 3; Lynn Baumgardt. 
Gene Haralovic, Ctiris Mandel, Roger Antonick, Row 4: Lany Crown, Tom Miller. Terry Maleckar, 
Chris Doyle. 



Future Business Leaders of America (L to R): Row 1: Marlaine Ryam, Pat Gombach, 
Judy Stiscak, Linda Miklavcic, Jan Subel, Beth Andrew. Row 2: Sharon Kelly, Denise 
Schmaltz, Kathy Kadlec, Linnea Purvis, Donna Daugherty, Irene Bacon, Joanna Zupancic. 
Row 3: Maryanne Kohut, Lynn Leotta, Joan Hocetar, Donna Plickert, Kathy Marcus, 
Karen Hancovsky. Row 4: Linda Pawlak, Dolores Kozar, Martin Doyle, Barb Samsa, Pat 
Mehollin, Cydi Fried, Barb Brandich. Row 5: Bonnie Champa, Cheryl Defer, Marylin 
Siders, Jeanette Yurchek, Rosemary Yurchek, Jeannie Somrak. Joseph Howe, Ed Pavljk. 
Tom Severino. 




FUTURE BUSINESS 

LEADERS OF 

AMERICA 

Supplementary to the typing, book- 
keeping and shorthand courses so 
familiar to the business student, 
Future Business Leaders of America 
strives to provide its members with 
a greater knowledge of the working 
world. Various projects are performed 
both individually and as a group as a 
preparation additional to the class- 
room. The major goals of the club 
include practical experience and 
methods of achieving success. 



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Friendship Club Seniors Bottom Row (L to R): Sue Christie, Kathy Discenzo, Maryann Garling, Peggy Taranlino, Jill Goodwin, Char Wendall, Marylin Perko, Carol 
Pred, Judy Perko, Linnea Purvis, Pat Doyle, Donna Daugtierty, Donna Smilti, Kathy Pausic, Denise Scheurman, Cheryl Oyler. Row 2: Dorothy Sustersic, Renee Gulio, 
Cindy Wallace, Kathy Marten, Nancy Lohrey, Nancy Schutt, Barb Emser, Jan Ehlert, Carol Melnik, Peggy Magas, Pat Gritfin, Carol Wortman, Luci Oliverio, Betty 
Schwane. Row 3: Carol Kovacic, Trudy Goodwin, Shirley Krapence, Katie Kalan, Marg Jarvis, Kathy Salisbury, Chris Kowicki, Lubomira Hadzima, Dolores Nainiger, 
Rita Mooney, Sue Williams, Andrea Vidmar, Maryann Cherney, Judy Luckay, Margaret Pograis, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Kathy Mramor. Pam Madden, Mrs. Tekieli. Row 4: 
Julie Stromberg, Diane Karrer, Sue Vidensic, Jan Anderson, Linda Beechuk, Joyce Kurowski, Alice Cercic, Bev Kmel, Mary Ellen Garisek, Pat McMullen, Marty 
Wiehn, Noreen Skerly, Carol Schmidt, Sue Weber, Sandy Cochran, Beth Acks, Janet Bizzarri, Ruth Ganser, Arrilla Casey, Linda Koeth, flow 5.- Sherry Macaul, Dorothy 
Kolegar, Dorothy Urbancic, Marilyn Wolf, Cathy Badish, Sandy Stritof, Linda Ecker, Karen Skolaris, Sharon Skieves, Donna Phillips, Pat Weber, Pam Walker, Sue 
Kinkelaar, Laura Hitchcock, Rene Ames, Lori Logar, Carolyn Kostansek, Jeanette Yurchek, Lin Horsey. 



Friendship Club Juniors Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Laurich, Lucy Stuck!, Peggy Lovick, Beth Hamby, Gerry Nielsen, Joan Hocevar, 
Mona Vanek, Gloria DeMario, Jan Subel, Clarabeth Tannehill, Judy Stiscak. flow 2; Barb Seifert, Karen Lobas, Sandy DINardo, Ann 
Trommetter, Gale Kramer, Collen Skonier, Lenore Buchholz, Kathy Wilber, Joanne Allchin, Elain Sabo, Pat Gibbons, Cathy Moore. Row 3: 
Ellen Mizner, Kathy Yanchar, Monica Maworski, Vishna Franic, Karen Karberg, Sue Blowers, Irene Bacon, Marilyn Eikenberg, Bonnie Per- 
par, Sally Rogell. flow 4: Carol Willert, Nancy Edwards, Jeannie Somrak, Barb Dongress, Becky Otcasek, Marilou Stahre, Sue Sivik, 
Laurel Warnke, Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat, Sue Kapler, Kathy Moore. 





FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

As one of the school's major service 
organizations, Friendship Club's pro- 
gram has been to execute various 
projects, centered around needy 
families and individuals. Establishing 
a new guide to its activities, the club 
worked specifically within the City of 
Euclid. Each holiday took on a special 
service meaning: for Thanksgiving a 
canned food collection, hospital 
favors for Christmas and an Easter 
party for youngsters. These activities 
along with the unceasing pleas of 
"Buy a Panther Pillow," have re- 
warded the busy schedule kept by 
Friendship Club with a realization of 
its true meaning. Through worthwhile 
projects the club extended its friend- 
ship to the community; members con- 
tributed care and time to promote its 
special ideal. 



Executive Board 
, Donna Phillips. 



Bottom Row (L to Ft): Giovanna Ulizzi. Barbara Wile, Marianne Garling, 
Row 2: Jan Bradshaw. Michele Svigel, Ann Trommetter, Joanne Allchin. 



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Friendship Ciub Sophomores Bottom Row (L to R): Judy Matjasic, Kitti Ribar, Madeline David, Diane Fink, Debby Haverlock, Margie Fennell, Jan 
Debly, Pam Mahany, Chris Reisinger, Robbie Hutton, Barb Webb, Judy McRae, Sara Nantz. Joyce Haffer, Miss Newman. Row 2: Debby Henson, Chris 
Srnick, Carol Caimi, Darlene Euretig, Maryann Cherney. Karen Matoh, Gail Richardson, Augusta Artino, Linda Pignatiello, Ranee Bermond, Debby 
Capala, Natalie llg. Row 3. Mickie Manfredonia, Linda Erskine, Ally Trommetter, Sue Dritz, Gail Theus, Sue Weinke, Barb Jerele, Julie Sajewski, 
Bonnie Lobdell, Laurie Kozar, Debbie Galloway, Pam Martin, Sue Sivik. Adrienne Kust. Row 4: Connie Brunner, Laura Leyton, Sue Soeder, Janice 
Pawlechko, Janice Bahr, Linda Tober, Lynn Leotta, Helen Dougherty, Lori Rugle, Lynne Angene, Kathy Rider, Marilyn Milavec, Karen Rider, Sandy 
Mika. Row 5: Marie Fugina, Jean Klein, Dolores Heighten. Pat Stanton, Pat Stanton, Pat Barkhurst, Pat Baker, Mary Helen Daugherty, Marilyn Siders, 
Patrice Havreberg, Janice Gustetic, Sue Nesbett, Ranee lafelice, Pat Hoernig, Brenda Payer. 



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KEY CLUB 

other clubs examine philosophical 
problems, attend cultural events, or 
deal exclusively with school problems 
and affairs. Euclid Key Club, a giant 
both in service and size in internation- 
al, combines a wide variety of social 
events with a number of community 
and school projects. While the service 
aspect wins respect, the club's parties 
generally are considered an integral 
part of Key Club's program. Alter- 
nately sponsoring summer dances 
and ushering at various programs. 
Key Club also aids the community. 
The frequency of parties reflects or- 
ganization and the dual nature of the 
club. Besides, Key Club believes in 
fun. 




Key Club Ottlcers (L to R): Randy Cebul, First Vice-President; Alec Wightman. Lieuler 
Marty Frank. Second Vice-President: Jack Farriil, Treasurer; Tom Seddon, President; Ray Bn 




Key Club Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Collura, Jim Hinde, Rob Verner, Craig Zola, George Ruszin, Nick Capretta, Jerry Blackford, Jim Simone, Mark Capretta 
David Kurrent, Gary Ciprian. Tom Cathcart, Frank Mocilnikar, Alec Wightman, Marty Frank. Row 2: Dennis McBride. John Klopovic, Charles Evin. Leigh Thomas, 
Brian Cox, A! Filler, Russ Leisenheimer, Ron Heinlein, Jim Moore, Al Horvath, Dick Kolesar, Bob Troop, Wayne Streble. flow 3; David Templeton, Sieve Pred, 
John Blassingame, Chris Reece, Tom Cooper, Cliff Drobnick, Ron Tuckerman, Dave Gubanc, Daie Russell, Da\e Brunson, Doug Keller, Randy Cebul. Row 4: Mike 
Debevec, George Karlan, Rich Tuckerman, Gary Grum, Dale Glicker, Jim Stoch, Mike Savarin, Mike Chandler, Marty Eble, Tim Lawler, Roger Munson, Dave DiBiasio, 
Les Sherman, Roy Larick. flow 5; Bill Huffman. Bruce Taylor. Steve Hahn, Leiand McBride, Mel Scharlau, Bob Lonchar, Bob Miller, Rich Korzoniowski, Thorn 
Kren, Tom Dugan, Curt McRae, Ken Ginsburg, Jim Guinter, Tom Morris. Row 6: Jack Farriil. Dale Anderson. Bill Brigden. Steve Phelan. Larry Skapin. Tim Gulich, 
Don Maxa, Rick Holloway, Dick Clark, Vic Markovich, Tom White, Tom Boyce. flow 7. Rick Nurmi. Paul Nielsen, Ned Simpson, Rick Yager, Steve Kirk, Mark 
Smith, Ray Brow, Tom Seddon, Wally Bubley, John Marolt, John Rice, Dennis Adams, Dave Zgonc. 



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Folk Club Bottom Row (L to Rj: Kathi Pausic, Adnenne Yentz, Judy Klan 
Phelps, Tim Brennan, Sandy Worden, Ed Pavlik. Row 2 Martha Ross, Mr; 
Harris. Kathy Pultorak, Kathy Sahsbury, Pat Skeya, Jackie Hulewicz. 



Kathy Kochevar. Linda Juralovac, Sandy Apple, 
Hoeger, Gail Booth, Sandy Forker, Kathy Turner, 



M Club Bottom Row (L to R): Gerri Artz, Donna Smith, Shirley CcoK, Jan Subel. Row S: Joanne 
Allchin, Gloria Weber, Michele Svigel, Grelchen Ulstrom. Row 3: Mona Vanek, Sandra DiNardo Kathy 
Salisbury, Maryann Cherney. Row 4: Carol Lehman, Noreen Benvenuto, Eileen Roth, Diana Komocar 




FOLK CLUB 

Entering a world whose vocabulary 
consists of axes, harps, backrooms 
and wells, the folk singing enthusiast 
shares his interest in Folk Club. Im- 
porting talent from local coffeehouses 
to meetings and developing its own 
representatives of talent, the Folk 
Club provides a unique opportunity 
for expressions. 



AD CLUB 

Ad Club members find themselves 
running the small, stuffy ticket booths. 
Mr. Vacc, the club director, prepares 
his crew well for the challenges and 
hazards of punching passes and 
stamping the hands of stampeding 
masses crowding the gym doors. 
Through their constant ticket-selling 
efforts, the Ad Club processed and 
punched the crowds at all of the 
athletic events. 




iettermen Bottom Row (L to R): Laurie Letney, Sandy Brachlow, Marsha Beery, Cydi Theis, Sherri Grimes, Blanche Pierce, Peggy Zust. Row 2: 
Jack Strunk, John Schwabauer, Dale Kaiamasz, Ron Helnlein, Gary Ciprian, Erich Lyttle, Roger Munson, Tom Meros, Tom Seddon. Row 3: Jim 
Moore, Secretary; Andy Altenweg, Bob Troop, Dick Kolesar, Treasurer; Randy Cebul, Da\e Brunson. Alec Wightman. Pete Goulis, Jim Schwabauer. 
Row 4: Jack FarrMI, Jeff May, Don Maxa, Larry Hann, Val Miklausich, Terry Rieder. Ron Bock, Bob Henikman, President; Doug Hackle. Row 5: 
Chuck McCracken, Jim Kiro, Tom McRedmond Mike Applequist Mike Boyle Paul Nielsen Walt Bubiey, John Speck, Ned Simpson, John L. Sullivan. 



LETTERMEN'S 
CLUB 

Members of the Lettermen's Club 
symbolize a wide interest in sports. 
Distinguished by the varsity letter, 
the athletes act as ushers and ticket- 
takers at various athletic events. They 
perform the duties as a service to 
the school and the athletic depart- 
ment. Those with a sense of responsi- 
bility and a desire to serve enroll in 
Lettermen's Club. 




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PANTHERS 

Four exuberant girls enhance the 
general spirit and excitement of foot- 
ball games. Trying out in a manner 
similar to that of the cheerleaders, 
the Panthers are chosen expressly for 
their performance, spirit and certain 
"ham" ability. Often helping cheers 
in the side bleachers, or engaging in 
some sideline antics, they stand out 
in their black tailed outfits. Panthers 
interpret the fierce athletic symbol 
spiritedly. 



SPIRITS 

Repeating the sentiment of victory 
could tend to be a bit tiring. Eager 
to alleviate repetition, the imaginative, 
secretive Spirits meets weekly to 
plan and carry out spirit messages. 
To bolster excitement following touch- 
downs, a temperamental "cannon" 
effectively sounded the score. Charis- 
matic club members followed all 
sports and provided tangible signs to 
boost school interest. Havoc to the 
enemy, good natured, witty posters 
and evening meetings are the spirited 
tradition. 




Spirits Club Bottom Row (L to f?j; Linda Cochran, Holly Kulka, Sue Christie, Carol Zonar, Shirley Krapence, Sue Siefert, Debby Lip- 
streuer, Laurie Haytas. Row 2; Barb Wile, Sandy Cochran, Donna Daugherty, Pat Doyle, Randi Svendsen, Leslie McArthur, Bob 
Ferris, Kathy Marten, Carol Schmidt, Trudy Goodwin, Barb Wince. Row 3: Tom Seddon, Steve Lowry, Nancy Winters, Jim Simone, 
John Marolt, Jack Farrill, Nancy Robb, Sue Muscenti, Sandy Schervish. Row 4: Jackie Harris, Rick Nurmi, Ray Brow, Judy Perko, 
Marg Jarvis, Linda Bohinc, Mary Helen Biello. flow 5; Nancy Hagstrand, Marilyn Wolf, Cindi Theis. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

Braving inclement weatiier and un- 
enthusiastic crowds, the cheerleaders 
spirit the many voices of the stands 
into a single vocal demonstration of 
team loyalty. Disregarding the unfa- 
vorable scoreboard and lauding a 
victorious one becomes an accepted 
policy of these cheer-instigators. 
They symbolize the variety of emo- 
tions experienced in the sometimes- 
hushed school spirit. 




J V Cheerleaders Row 1 fL lo R): Janel Kozak. captain; Sally Rogell. Marsha Wallace. Trish Tellch, Sally Yozipovich. Jo Ann Lepperl 
J.V. Substitutes (L to R): Skye Hurlburt, Clara Hille. 




J.V. Substitutes (L to R):. Cheri Kitko, Cindy Paparizos. 



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Majorettes Bottom Row (L to R): Carol Burhenne, Norene Skerly, Wendy Brown, Connie Beckwith, Barb Habe, Carol Zonar. Row 2: Laurie 

Haytas, Linda Bohinc, Katie Kalan, Siiirley Krapence, Trudy Goodwin, Jackie Harris. 



"Boy! Those St. Joe majorettes! 





MAJORETTES 

The somber bandsmen backdrop 
the routine of the Majorettes, which 
represents near perfection. The huge 
crowds are unaware of the earlier 
schedule of strenuous practices. After 
a weekend is spent composing each 
routine, early morning practices, 
which often result in straight hair and 
chronic colds, become essential dur- 
ing preparation. Unbalanced batons, 
missed beats and hard work are all 
culminated and rewarded as the 
Majorettes perform with the band. 



Head Majorettes Kneeling: Shirley Krapence. Standing: Katie Kalan 



Majorette Substitutes Bottom Row (L to R): Luci Slucl<i, Sue Sterlekar 
Nancy Williams. 



DeLbie Becl<with, Carol Francis. Row 2: Linda Peslotnik, 




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Concert Band Bottom Row (L to R): Judy Coolidge, Carol Neumeyer, Cindy Phelps, Rosemarie Jazbinski. Leslie Kalan, Bonnie Gillis, Sandy SkrIJ, Janet Crone, 
Nancy Robb. Row 2: Paula Redding, Vic Markovich. Marian Zajc, Jill Janda, Linda Scheibel, Chuck Pereksta, Marilyn Ward, Rick Wittenmeyer, Steve Hoedt, Barb 
Butt, Janice Birr, Ruth Bronsted, Shelley Tarantino, Rob Modic. Joe Sanda, Darryl McGill. Jeft McKee, Mary Margaret Tucci. Jim Knight. Ron Lewis. Row 3: Luci 
Oliverio. Da^e Rebeck, Mike Debevec, Jim Kershaw, Jane Decatur, Phil Morlock, Dale Anderson. Pam Cooney, Tom Renninger. Wayne Zachary, Tim Campbell, Burks 
Oakley, Rick Punzar, Dave Kurrent, Dwayne Doblar, Les Sherman, Dennis McBride, Neil Blasse, Wayne Streble, Dave Kershaw, Rick Holloway. Tim Dular. Cindy 
Anderson. Frank Doblekar, Lee McBride. Pat Meighan. floiv 4: Diane Karrer, Glenn Miller. Wes Collins, Dean Coolidge, Mike Savarin, Luane Morgan, Mike Mueller, 
Russ Kane, Jim Francis, Tom Taylor. Steve Soloky. Martha Ross. Pat Mann, Mark Potocnik. Mr, Harper. Jim Zoller. Greg Mucci, Tom Campbell, Jim Hinde, Leigh 
Thomas, Ron Cooney, Lee Williams, Tim Masek. 

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Sand Officers (L to R): Rick Holloway, Nell Blasse. Russ Kane. 




BAND 



The numerous opportunities for 
self-expression found within the band- 
room are nearly unlimited. The tre- 
mendous equipment allows the 
musician to experiment, improvise 
and prepare for performances. The 
spirited, freewheeling group enjoys 
a great deal of freedom ordinarily 
not allowed. In addition to all the 
splendid factors of this environment, 
the band also has an understanding 
director. Of course, excellence is ex- 
pected of this group. Sometimes the 
work of learning a new half-time 
show and appreciating the finer tech- 
niques of beret placement are not 
easy tasks. But the band relents and 
conforms. Concert season breaks up 
the marchers into two separate en- 
tities, the Cadet and Concert Bands. 
Chevron society members are pro- 
ficient musicians who merit the chev- 
ron for their uniforms. And all in- 
strumentalists must endure tryouts 
and sight-reading impossible music. 
No other organization expects and 
receives so much from its partici- 
pants. 




Cadet Band Bottom Row (L to Rj: Carol Fierle, Elaine Sabo, Carol Dann, Eileen Roth, Suzanne Delsanler, Vivian Sobole, Sharon Masek, Kathy Randall, Gale 
Richardson. Harriet Eglin flow 2: Mary Diennes, Pam Cooney. Rick Shirk. Bob Taub, Janice Birr, Dave Rebeck, Ruth Bronsted. Maryjean De Tomaso, Jane 
Telling. Shelley Tarantino, Mike Mitch, Scott Barrett. Ralph Gibson. Louis Chos. Bob Zeman. Row 3: Toni Disanto. Jerry Click, John Tanko. Duane Doblar, Rick 
Punzar, Dan Barrick, Dave Barrick. Richard Komara, Cheryl Glubish. Dale Kardos. Jack McKee, Mike Sikora, John Tolar, Greg Mucci, Nancy Gubanc, Jim Tolar. 
Row 4: Donna Yeray. Jim Davis, Gale Swart, Pat Foy, Ken Sadar, Mr. D'Emiiia, Jim Shilander. 



"You mean we won the Euclid Smile Contest?" 



ORCHESTRA 

At least once in his life, everyone 
dreams of being proficient in one 
special instrument. Would-be greats 
easily become discouraged once they 
discover the number of hours of 
practice it takes to become proficient. 
Even those who remain devoted 
throughout the transition years of 
junior high school often find the ex- 
acting life of high school too de- 
manding to accommodate both music 
and studies. In most cases, the aca- 
demic requirements take preced- 
ence while the music is left to gather 
dust. Only those who possess a 
dedication to music share the respon- 
sibility to maintain the high standing 
and quality of the orchestra. 




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nstructions and directions pointed out by Mr. Harper. 



Orchestra Bottom Row (L to R): Lisa Bailey, Sarah Goslee, Pam Madden. Gall Booth, Luba Hadzima, Janice Birr, Janet Base, Linda Herak. Row 2: Nancy Tianello, 
Carolyn Pograis, Margaret Pograis. Pamela Volota, Chris Kowickl, Elaine Perry. Jim Schutte. Bryan Dadlow. Alice Kreit. Rosemarie Jazbinskl. Row 3: Bonnie Gilles, 
Cindy Phelps, Carol Neumeyer. Judy Cooildge, Patrick Melghan, Jll! Janda. Diane Karrer, Susan Williams, Mary Macke, Joan Henderson. Barbara Gilles, Row 4: 
Mike Mueller. Bob Cuevas. Wayne Zachary, Fred Arnold. Tim Campbell, Neil Blasse. Scott Barrett. John Laszcz, Glenn Miller. Row 5: Lynne Climo, Pat Mann, Tim 
Masek. Ken McCrelght, Lee McBrlde- 




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Girls' Concert Choir Boltom Row (L to Ft): Kathy Turner. Cheryl Keyes. Barbara Dauer, Jenny Wickes, Linda Burkhart, Lorraine Courtney. Row 2: Carolyn 
Hideout. Peggy Lovick. Cathy Lutz. Linda Reed. Marilyn Braun. Janet McCauley. Pat Walter. Diane Moats, Gayle Kehres. flow 3; Karen Braddock. Debby Mihocik, 
Jan Walker. Georgetta Palko. Linda McLaughlin. Penny Miller. Agie Skully. Karen Silsby. Karen Reinbolt, Kalhy Olds. Lenore Buchholz. flow 4: Kalhy Braddock 
Shari Ross, Cindy Conley. Linn Senger. Sue Simon. Lynn Sweigert. Rosemary Scott. Kathy Yanchar. Bernice Matulis. Barbara Taylor, Mary Lou Cater. Not Shown 
Barb Pavis, Nancy Stanley. Denise Scheurman. 

Sophomore Mixed Choir Bottom Row (L to R): Becky Mann. Dannie Dugan. Linda Dieckmann, Maria Plywacki, Anne Rolik, Debbie Tinker, Shirley Cook, Kathy 
Rider, Sally Rose. Marilyn Milavec, Pat Rees. Cindy Kelly. Kathy Horvat. Lois Hopkins. Pam Picozzi. Nancy Kadunc. Karen Icke. Joyce Haffer, Sharon Allen, 
Marlene Pacic, Marcia Wallace. Skye Hurlburt, Willis Ann Dreisbach, Lyn Angene. flow 2; Sue Lewis. Carolyn Newnes. Katie Shaughnessy. Karen Rider. Betty 
Keeler. Jayne Miller, Pam Newman. Sandy Leicher. Judy McRae Angle Robers, Jerri Johnson. Diane Bradley, Pam Bosco, Marie Fugina. Marian Hodler, an Bahr, 
Linda Tober. Sue Starzynski. Diana Fink, Debbie Haverlock, Sue Sever. Rita Zelinsky. flow 3, Natalie llg. Michele Maran. Carol Murphy. Sara Nantz. Marilyn 
Haynes. Donna Kostelnik. Gayle Theus. Craig Zola. Chuck Arnold, John Blassingame. John Klopovic, Bruce Taylor, Jim Crosson, Paul Vincent, Craig Johnson, 
Rick Tavenier, Joe Parisi, Marty Schwenke, Ranee lalelice, Lynda Buchholz, Barb Webb, Gayle Zitnik. Row 4: Kalhy Marsh, Pat Mervar, Barb Petrochic, Pat 
Winkler, Helen Dougherty, Marylin Siders, Tom Dolter, Jim Stoch, Rich Korzeniowski, Dave Lewis. Joe Vidulich. Jeft Pagan. Don Cant. George Gast. Jack Curry, 
Tom Cooper. Dave Garling, Mary Jo Jelenic, Karen Wade, Kathy Netschke, Sandy Penca, Lee Ann Medevic. 






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CHOIRS 

Practice and repetition are two 
basic methods of learning notes. Only 
after each choral member is sure of 
the proper notes can expression be- 
come part of a song. This feeling, 
which comes with the student's in- 
terest and enthusiasm, brings music 
to an audience. Two capable and 
energetic directors combine the 
choirs' numerous notes and enthus- 
iasm to produce one dynamic sound. 



Mr. Jack Roshong. Assistant Vocal Director. 



Sophomore Mixed Choir Bottom Row (L to Ft): Ailison Town. Barb Tal(iguchi. Robbie Mutton, Candy Obreza. Barb Walland, Shirley GriHis, Janet 
Plovock, Denise Darash, Diana Pietro, Carol Price. Cindy Paparizos, Becky Mann. Jean Lokar. flow 2. Terri Sivert, Sue Sivik, Irene Sctieel, Cindy 
Kershaw, Debbie Galloway, Janis Doherty, Sue Sarama, Christina Jankus, Karen l^atoh. Grelchen Gallagher. Darlene Euretig, Linda Sonntag. Row S.- 
Nancy Jarchow, Sue Pike, Rita Melton, Sally Yozipovich, Dolores Single, Pam Martin, Wilfred Tabb, George Ruszin, Denny DeViney, Jay Kollel, 
Sue Buikus, Pam Mahany, Jan Debly, Joyce Hafler, Robin Ross. Row 4: Diana Fink, Myrle Farah. Lynda Taylor, Lynn Kotnik, Tom Aquilano, Jerry 
Moses, Mike Roberts, Kurt Stanic, John Aleksic. Bill Swisher. Ron Tuckerman, Jean Acks, Barb Comport, Ann Hanak, Susan Hayba, Jeanette 
Barber, flow 5; Jean Klein, Chris Srnick, Julie Sajewski, Judi Lustig, Val Pettit, Beth Climo, Jack Craigs, Steve Pred, Rich Tuckerman, Frank Camloh, 
Mac Bailey, Charlotte Gillespie, Karen Mohorich, Melinda Baldini, Karen Frank, Debbie Erdman. flow 6.' Debbie Haverlock, Regina Stocker, 
Debbie Smith, Jim Willett, Joe Ciomek, Wayne Gephart, Jim Lyie, Bill Brigden, Bob Lcnchar, Da^e Demojzes, Cathy Orazen, Glena Stillinger, Cheryl 
Laser, Cindy Kelly, Cheryl Arendt, Donna Sweet. Wot Shown: Marsha Baker. Don Volante, Randy Sharon, Nick Capretta, Lenny Crawford, Karen 
Ruuska, Debby Clark, Renee Bermond. 




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VARSITY CHORALE 

Chosen for their special enthusiasm 
and voice quality, the twenty-six Var- 
sity Chorale members did not take 
their vocal responsibilities lightly. The 
small group achieved a blending and 
flexibility of sound rarely encountered 
in high school ensembles. Intensive 
struggles with notes and rhythm en- 
abled Varsity to accomplish its unity 
and exact harmony. Often Mr. Taylor's 
individual browbeating raised a good 
voice to excellence. The privilege of 
wearing a blue jacket singularly be- 
longed to the Varsity Chorale. 




Accompanist Cecily Hunt and Director Mr. Taylor ... A hard-working team 




Varsity Chorale Bottom Row (L to R): Roger Munson, Nancy Hagstrand, Nancy Kaselak, Marsha Beery, Dave Lawrence. Row 2: Jim Brown, Jill Janda, 
Jill Damberger, Pat Rock, Cecily Hunt, John Lipnicki, Mark Capretta. flow 3; Bob Taylor, Marsha Chapman, Cheryl Oyler, Sue Chandler, Pat Mann. Row 
4: Jeff Carrish, Sharon Pawlechko, Barb Frizzell, Jerry Suhar. flow 5; Rick Yager, Cindy Grant, Chuck McLaughlin, flow 6.- Ray Brow. 



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Choral Masters Bottom Row (L to R): C. B. Tannehill. Laurie Sickler. Marty Wilder. Sandy Crawford, Carol Wortman, Nancy Williams, Becky Otcasek, Sue 
Albrecht, Kathy Wjiber, Cookie Hudock, Cheri Kitko, Kalhy Federico, Lynne Bana, Jane Jaquays, Connie Beckwith. How 2: Judy Johnson, Carol Sestak, Laurel 
Warnke, Carol Heinz. Jenny Aultz, Pam Madden. Carol Hayward. Gerry Nielsen. Dale Racich, Donna Daugherty. Donna Serksnis. Laura Haytas. Sue Land, 
Leslie Straiten. Row 3. Shay Krejci. Carol Emmert, Jan Bradshaw. Donna Burris. Doug Duncan, Pat Meighan, John Arko. Carol Hitchcock. Peggy Brigden. Barb 
Benson. Barb Heed, Alice Cercek, Quay Proctor. Linda Tucci Row 4 Ron Sweed. Ray Clancy. Bob Troop. Tom Seddon. Treasurer; Jim De Viney, Bill MacDonald, 
Cliff Plott, Randy Cebul. Marty Frank. President; Guy Mclnlyre, Marty Eble. Randy Price, Dennis Maycock. Glenn Miller, flow 5; Dale Russell, Joe Zinnicker, Jack 
Strunk. Rick Brown, Doug Hackle, Frank Match, John Francis, Mark Pena, Denny LaVorgna, Dean Bammerlin, Mark Sabula, Ken Stauffer, Paul Nielsen, Tim 
Lawler, Terry Rieder, Robert Smith. Not Shown: Cecily Hunt, Vice President. 



Lynne Bana and Jane Jaquays concentrate on chords. 




CHORAL MASTERS 

From the initial challenge of a new 
song until its final presentation on 
stage, the Masters strive for per- 
fection. Early doubts and occasional 
sour notes are corrected while being 
rehearsed again and again. Misplaced 
music is a result of last-minute mem- 
orization. Gradually, some ninety 
voices become one as tones blend 
and mellow to produce the Choral 
Masters' sound. 



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Wai Napolo Clockwise from Top: Sue Chandler, Laurie Harris, Dorothy Susteric, Debby Lipstreuer, Diane Fellman, Pat Totten, Sus Susel, Laurie 
Gulicl<, Betty Grigonis, Barb Reed, Barbi Benson, Bonnie McCartney, Candy Scheurman. Lori Abraham, Kathy Olds. Marilyn Ward. Cindv Kplly 
Susie Hayba. Alison Trommetter, Kathy Netschke. Jill Battung. Sandy Mi:<a. Marian Hodder. Chris Holden. Ann Trommetter. Joane Bilicic, 
Phyllis Dicl<inson. Lynne Sana, Marilyn Boyd, Cindy Grant. Jackie Harris. Linda Ullestad. Nancy Robb. Wendy Brown. Randi Svendsen, Sue 
Weber. Carole Miller. 



WAI NAPOLO 

From the time she learns the mean- 
ing of Wai Napolo until her honored 
position as judge of prospective in- 
ductees, the swim club member 
shares her pride in aquatic skill with 
thirty-six sister enthusiasts. Combin- 
ing skill and imagination with many 
water-logged hours in January, aspi- 
rations of the club center around its 
annual spring show. A swim leader 
combines her skill and imagination in 
teaching both the interested and apa- 
thetic pupils. Called upon to utilize 
many diversified talents, a swim lead- 
er must possess patience, poise, and 
skill. Armed with her attributes, she 
instructs sleekly swims and perpet- 
uates her mermaid legend on Tues- 
day nights. 



Wal Napolo Officers Bottom Row (L to R): Nancy Robb. H 
Dorothy Sustersic, Vice President; Jackie Harris, Treasurer 



istori 



Ann Trommetter. Secretary, flow 2; 
; Sue Chandler. President. 





SKI CLUB 

Brightly colored jackets and pat- 
terned sweaters lay waiting to be 
donned by would-be skiers. The en- 
thusiastic owners began following 
weather reports early in November. 
Hopes were realized in the first weeks 
of December when snow squalls pro- 
vided the necessary base. Ski "buffs" 
gathered equipment for a Saturday of 
practice and frostbite on the slopes of 
Mont Chalet. December faded into 
a dry, snowless end and took with it 
the brief period of joy for the club. 
Members again took up their ritual 
"snow watch" and in early February 
the serious skiers once more made 
it to the slopes. 



Ski Club Olticers Seated (L (o fl;.- Carol Schmidt, 
Carol Miller, Secretary. Standing: Frank Ivlocilnikar, 
President. 




Ski Club Bottom Row (L to R): Carolyn Pograis, Donna Daugherty, Linnea Purvis, Pat Doyle, Sue Buikus, Barb Webb, Debbie Clark, Barb Tolchinsky, Maureen 

Norton. Row 2: Marilyn Boyd, Margaret Pograis. Laura Forsythe. Dorottiy Urbancic, Joan Lewandowski, Rose Marten, Alison Trommetter, Gayle Kramar. Sue 

Dritz, Augusta Artfno. Row 3: Chico Simone, Jim Konhals, Dave Kurrent, Cindy Conley, Pat Mehollin, Carolyn Beeman, Connie Beckwith, Trudy Goodwin, Katy 

Kalan, Debbie Beckwith, Linda Bohinc, Linda Toth, Beth Hamby. Row 4: Mark Pena, Tom Budas, Vic Markovich, Nancy Williams, Dave Rebeck, John Margheret, 
Jim Farizel, Kent Demshar, Lucky Stucki, Shelly Tarantino, Barbara Nawor, Kathy Laurich. 



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GIRLS' LEADERS 
CLUB 

The shriek of her whistle and the 
shouted call of "Lineup" sound the 
beginning of the Girls' Leader's re- 
sponsibilities. She duly dispenses 
marks to the gum-chewers and 
jewelry-wearers, leads exercises, and 
reffs GAA games. Not only does she 
further her leadership potential, but 
she also develops lasting friendships 
which are renewed at the annual 
Christmas party. The enthusiasm with 
which the Girls' Leader aids the 
teacher and participants in class ac- 
tivities wins for her the respect of 
her classmates. 




G.L.C. Executive Board Ballon 
tary; Sandy Schervish, Histori 
Vice-President. 



Irs. Alvarez, Advisor. Top Row: Debby Beckwith, Secre- 
President; Linda Sclneibel. Treasurer; Sue Mahusky. 



Girls' Leaders Club Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Bu 
Letney. Sally Rogell. Sandy Schervish, Debby Beckwi 
Mason, Linda Bohinc, Cecily Hunt, Pat Rock, Denis 
Charlene Joyce, flow 5: Leslie Stratton, Barb Taylor, 



rris, Carol Zonar. Joan Kropf, Dale Racich, Laurie Haytas, Mike Heglaw, Sandy Brachlow. Row 2: Laurie 
th. Sue Mahusky, Barb Martin, Leslie McArthur Row 3: Barb Habe, Karen Lobas, Linda Scheibel, Jackie 
e Frak. flow 4: Cheryl Reed. Marty Wilder, Carol Henikman, Kathy Federico, Barb Butt, Nancy Winters, 
Gayle Kramar, Barb Romoser, Kathy Laurich, Jane Milavec, Elaine Sabo. 




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eiRLS ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

Offering a large variety of sports 
throughout the year, the Girls' Ath- 
letic Association establishes a type of 
intramurals program. Volleyball, bad- 
minton, and basketball give girls their 
only chance to improve skills and 
physical dexterity. Open to all three 
grade levels, the club sponsors events 
of a social nature, such as co-ed 
volleyball games, hayrides, and par- 
ties. A large club, GAA proves the 
importance of both femininity and fit- 
ness. 



Girls' Athletic Association Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): Joan Kropf, Vice- 
President; Linda Saiewsl<i, President; Kathy Somrack. Row 2: Sue Siefert; Barb Butt. 
Treasurer; Cheryl Reed. 



Girls' Athletic Association Bottom Row (L to R): Allison Town, Karen Doak. Judy Matjasic, Kathy Somrack, Joan Kropf, Kathy Laurich, Cheryl Reed, Kathy 
Schaser, Linda Sajewski, Charlene Wendall, Ram Mahany. Barb TakiguchI, Willis Dreisbach, Linda Dieckmann, Joann Hignite. Karen Rider. Jean Acks. Delores 
Single, Claudia Drehek, Debbie Tinker, Janis Doherty, Arlene Floria, Cindy Paparizos. Row 2: Kathy Randall, Janet Crone, Cindy Anderson. Jean Bray, Karen 
Holodniak, Karen Sweet, Carolyn Pograis, Margaret Pograis, Marian Zajc, Judy Stiscak, Rose Mary Klancar, Barb Gordos, Susan Larick, Sue Latch, Jean Lokar, 
Janet Mahusky, Faye Nye, Pam Martin, Kitty Ribar, Jan Debly. Marcia Wallace, flow 3; Harriet Eglin, Lynn Brooks. Carol Schmidt, Augusta Artino. Pam Picozzi. 
Pat Pavis, Kathy Bolon, Kathy Rider, Marilyn Eikenberg. Donna Plickert, Carolyn Beeman, Irene Szabo, Monica Naworski, Laura Blatecky. Marilyn Milavec, Diane 
Churney, Colleen Skonier. Gail Richardson. Sue Weinke. Sandy Mika, flow 4.- Robbie Hutlon, Chris Reisinger, Ranee lalelice, Mary Margaret Tucci. Gayle Kramar, 
Sharon Johnson. Judy McRae. Barb Sterling, Allison Trommetter, Gail Theus. Sharon Cheraso, Debbie Bohanon, Beth Climo. Debbie Clark, Rosie Pringle, Cheryl 
Laser. Nancy Stanley, Claudia Stallings, Sharon Masek. flow 5. Vivian Sobole, Connie Lytle, Karen Wade, Pat Barkhurst, Sue Milavec, Andrea Nev^man, Sue Christie, 
Marsha Pestotnik. Terri Sivert. Dolores Kozar, Sue Simon. Mary Ann Jelenic. Karen Ruuska, Luba Hadzima. Laurie Brothers. Barb Butt. 









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CAMERA CLUB 

The subject's answer to the Camera 
Club member's unexpected attack 
borders on both pleasure and ex- 
asperation. With flashes of light and 
clicks of the shutters, the camera 
fiend maliciously retreats to the sanc- 
tity of the dark room. The film is un- 
loaded with eager anticipation for 
the results of the day's hunt. The 
fresh print remains the photographer's 
reward as he develops techniques 
and cares for equipment. Each role 
of film improves with practice, while 
candid poses must be imaginatively 
and inconspicuously captured. 

MOVIE CLUB 

A movie excites an otherwise 
pathetic classroom group. Conver- 
sation centers on the movie that will 
be shown to provide a respite from 
note-taking. Soon echoing down the 
hall, comes the thunder of the pro- 
jector guided by a member of the 
movie club. One qualified to join 
the club executes various tasks. At- 
tempting to provide enjoyable enter- 
tainment, the noon movie and its 
low price offers an easy escape into 
the celluloid world. 



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CAMERA CLUB Bottom Row (L to R): 
Row 2: Chuck Koeiling, Richard Wittenm 
Mann, Burks Oakley, Carl Rosenberger, 



d Virginia, Dave Lawrence, Hank James, Dennis McBride. 
Philip IVIorlock, Tom Collura. flow 3: Jim Kershaw, Greg 
n Schmenk. 




Movie Club Bottom Row (L to R): Paul Vincent, George Prokopovlch, Marilyn Mann, David Virginia. Row 2; Ellen Schultz, 
Sue Albrecht, Pat McMullen, Mary Ellen Garisek, Vicki Kurr. flow 3: Tom Schmenk, Paul Haffer, Dan Stearns, Greg Mann. 



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Foreman performing one of his many drills 
Stage crew supervision 




FOREMAN'S CLUB 

Keeping an eye out for twenty stu- 
dents running an equal number of 
potentially hazardous machines 
seems all but impossible. Designed 
to partially alleviate the teacher of 
this burden, skilled and responsible 
students are eligible for membership 
in Foreman's Club. The boys also 
must have the respect of their fellow 
students. Only a select few are 
privileged as foremen to aid the in- 
structor in the maintenance of class 
safety and supervision. 

STAGE CREW 

stage Crew demands boys who 
work hard, long hours with sets, 
backdrops, lights and other effects. 
This work requires a certain dedi- 
cation coupled with patience and per- 
severance. Aside from the nights 
spent on the various dramatic pro- 
ductions, duties of Stage Crew in- 
clude the many after-school, evening 
and Saturday work sessions. The re- 
sponsibilities accepted by the Stage 
Crew make possible many successful 
productions. 



p. A. CLUB 

The microphone mysteriously ap- 
pears and disappears on a stage, 
prior to and following assemblies. This 
operation isn't really mysterious at all. 
Members of P. A. Club set-up, adjust 
and care for microphones, cords and 
other necessary equipment. Without 
P. A. workers, the suave speakers 
would be forced to shout. P. A. al- 
lows valuable speeches to be audible. 



CHESS CLUB 

An interest in chess remains the 
basic unifying factor for Chess Club 
members. Inter-school meets and 
competition require improved tech- 
nique and strategy. Total destruction, 
in the form of a checkmate, is the 
Chess Club's battle cry. 




Public Address Club Front Row (L lo R): Richard Schneider, Jeff Lick, Pat t^ann. flow 2; N/lr. Yokum, 
Gerry Peters, f^r. Staines. 




Chess Club Bottom Row (L to R): Alan Goldstayn, Jerry Click, John Arko, Jamie Rose, flow 2: J 
Krnc, Ron Havener, David Liebe'rworth, Bob Fiorelli, Tom l^orris. Row 3: Duane Jarc, Tom Lewi 
Quentin Stout, Vince f^onateri, Terry fvlorris. 



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student Store Row 1 (L to R): Mary Lou Cater, Judy Tuaty, Nancy Hagstand, Judy Perko. Row 2: Barb Butt, Cindy Kelly, Kathy Horvat, Judy Luckay, Monica 
Naworski, Stiaron Kelly, Joe Parisi. Row 3; Frank Kren, Randi Svendsen, Vic Markovich. flow 4: Jim Kaim, Steve Hoedt, Ron Heinlein. 




Barb Martin, Manager 




STUDENT STORE 

If a student can fight his way 
through the throng in the Student 
Store, he will find a large variety of 
items to purchase. By holding a mo- 
nopoly on the school supply and 
cough drop business, the Student 
Store packs its cramped quarters ev- 
ery day between periods. The store 
contains a large library of paperback 
books for both leisure and required 
readings, plus supplies necessary for 
a student's needs. Despite the size 
and frequently overcrowded condi- 
tions, the store's success stems from 
the fact that it enjoys a singular mo- 
nopoly. 




Senior Inductees Row 1 (L to R): Janet Ehlert, Nancy Lohrey, Pam Long, Kathy Pausic, Mary Ellen Garisek, Carolyn Kostansek, Sue Kinkelaar. Karen Stephens, 
Kathy Murphy, Daria Pasteur, Bob Sikorski, Linda Murray, Linda Koeth, Kathy Krysty. flow 2: Sue Borsch, Bonnie Gilles, Carol Wasnac, Judy Luckay, Pat Doyle, 
Warren Wotring, Pat Rock, Chris Kowicki, Linda Britvic, Pam Madden, Leah Stankewicz, Dorothy Urbancic, Sharon Anderson, flow 3; Dolores Logar, Andrea 
Vidmar, Donna Simpson, Karen Andrews. Carol Ivancic, Kathy Krall, Dennis Kovalski, Kathy Discenzo, Jackie Cabala, Nancy Kocjancic, Claudia Stallings, Katie 
Kalan, Carol Melnik, Glenn Miller, Gail Grundman, Al Tegel, Carol Zonar, Mike Mantz, Linda Bohinc. Row 4: Joe Kapler, Pete Goulis, Laura Haytas, Randi 
Svendsen, Sue Williams, Sue Christie, Jim Schutte, Julie Stromberg, Pat Letanosky, Gail Polly, Beth Acks, Norene Skerly, Carol Pred, Marthy Wiehn, Mary 
Vella, Jim Guinter, Rick Yager, flow 5.- Tom Morris, Steve Craun, David Lieberworth, Dave Gubanc, Ken Ginsburg, John Rice, Mark Smith, Ray Brown, Curt 
McRae, Greg Mucci, Pat Bagocius, Jeff May. 




Junior Inductees Bottom Row (L to Rj: Lorraine Courtney, Laurie Letney, Clara Beth Tannehill, Kathy Federioo, Pat Gibbons, 
Sharon Grimes, Gloria Regalbuto, Laurel Warnke, Elaine Sabo, Diane Fellman, Marty Wilder, Barb Nash. Row 2: Sally Gulich, 
Barb Bull, Lynne Bana, Marian Zajc, Tom Dugan, Jim Kershav», Eric Snyder, Carol Henikman, Shelley Spellman, Jan Bradshaw. 
flow 3: Bob Modic, Leiand McBride, Laurie Gulick, Peggy Zust, Barbi Benson, Lisa Bailey, Carol Hitchcock, Sarah Goslee, 
Jenny Aultz, Nancy Winters, flow 4: Randy Cebul, Barb Reed, Betty Grigonis, Vishna Franic, Alec Wightman, Nancy Williams, Ann 
Helmuth, Joyce Siat, Joanne Billicic. flow 5.- Dick Clark, Pat Soltis, Mike Applequist, Dave DiBiasio, Tom Kren, Paul Nielsen, Tim 
Lawler, Bill Fagan. 



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Senior Members Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Frizzell, Ruth Hannigan, Barb Martin, Judy Perko, Paul Redding, Wendy Brown, Nancy Hagstrand, Judy Coolidge 

2; Sandy SkrlJ, Laurie Harris, Carol Lube, Cathy Clements, Debby Lipstreuer, Dale Racich, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Sherry Wieland, Kathy Marten, flow 3; 

Dailey, Jackie Mason, Diane Karrer, Luci Oliverio, Jill Janda, Kathy Mramor, Eileen Roth, Leiie McArthur, Shirley Krapence, Sue Mahusky. flow 4: Joe Chase, 

Tom Seddon, Jack Strunk, Ken Mantey, Tom Renninger, Jim Moore, Dave Kurrent, Steve Lowry, Randy Price, flow 5; Rick Nurmi, Duane Jarc, Burkes Oakley, 
Ned Simpson, Rick Holloway, Walter Bubley, Doug Bartholomew. 



Officers Standing Front: Steve Lowry, Treasurer. Seated: Sue Mahusky, Secretary. 
Standing Back: Rick Holloway, Vice President; Sandy SkrI), President. 




NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

National Honor Society inductees 
display an interest in activities, pos- 
sess stolid characters, exhibit a cer- 
tain degree of scholastic proficiency 
and capably lead cohorts in many 
areas. The more material manifesta- 
tions of honor are the ceremonial in- 
duction and the shiny pins. During 
the assembly, the audience listens to 
the names being called with envy and 
a touch of admiration. The inductee 
respects and appreciates the honor 
of recognition. 



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NATIONAL 
FORENSIC LEAGUE 

Building eloquent argumentation, 
distinct enunciation and destroying 
undue nervousness, National Forensic 
League participates in a full schedule 
of events. Reserving Saturdays for 
tournaments, the orators prepare their 
speeches from a number of catego- 
ries, ranging from Dramatic Declama- 
tion to Extemporaneous Speaking. Re- 
quiring a certain number of points to 
become an official member, the NFL 
participant earns points at tourna- 
ment attendance and perhaps, if an 
eloquent enough speaker, a trophy. 



AMERICAN 
FIELD SERVICE 

Cosmopolitan in outlook, the A.F.S. 
student member acts as a welcoming, 
hard working, ticket-selling friend of 
the foreign exchange student. Nor- 
way's Randi Svendsen made all of 
the club's efforts more than worth- 
while. The informative assemblies 
and results of the group's creativity 
bring a bit of another world to Euclid. 




National Forensic League Boltom Row (L to R): Pat Griffin, Sfiaron Violanti, Carol Heinz. Pat Totten, 
Pat Rees. Row 2: Laurie Harris. Carolyn Macfe|a, Sara Weinberger, Stierry Wieland. Row 3.- Gary Botts, 
Al Smiiovic, Joe Ctiase, Tom Renninger, Jim Francis. Row 4: Dale Pekrul, Bob Fiorelli, Roy Larick, 
Wayne Zactiary, Jim Kerstiaw, Paul Bagocius. 




A.F.S. Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Nasti. Alan Goldstayn, Dannie Dugan, Treasurer; Ellen Davis, Carole 
Miller, Martie Wiehn, Jean Lokar, Sue Mahusky, Judy Perko. flow 2: Rita Waterwasti, Marg Jarvis, 
Secretary; Vistina Franic, Nancy Lotirey, Pat Totten, Janet l^afiusky, Sybil Tetrick, Sara Weinberger, 
Jackie Cabala, Sfiaron Anderson, flow 3; Marty Wilder, Ctiris Reinwald, Elaine Hiruo, Diane Fellman, 
Joanne Bilicic, Barb Martin, Kattiy t^arten, Randi Svendsen, Laurie Harris, Steve Lowry, Vice President, 
flow 4: Roy Larick. Barb Frizzell. Beth Acks. Pat Gibbons. Margaret Pograis, Sue Vidensek, Debby 
Lipstreuer, Jane Decatur, Sue Borscti, Bill Schmidt, Tim Lawler, Nancy Winters, flow 5; Ned Simpson, 
Tom Budas. Barb Reed. Jenny Aultz. Carol Hitchcock, Pam Madden, Gary Botts, Leslie McArthur, Tom 
Renninger, Ken Mantey, Rick Nurmi, Chairman. 



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Political Affairs Bottom Row (L to R): Bonnie Gilles, Cathy Clements. Row 2: Joe 
Chase, David Lieberworth, Leigh McBride. 




POLITICAL AFFAIRS 

Members of the Political Affairs 
Club started out the year with an in- 
tense drive for new faces to bolster 
their ranks. When fledgling members 
were finally assembled, a speaker was 
engaged to discuss current govern- 
mental problems. Atthough small in 
number, this group examined affairs 
of a political nature. 



World Affairs Bottom Row (L to R): Marion Wilson, Mary Mrowca, Denise Schmaltz, Kathy 

Pausic. Row 2 Maiy Ellen Jaklic, Jan Ehlert, Donna Smink, Mary Hrdlica. Row 3 Laurie 

Fike, Nancy Hull, Gary Bolts, Robert Sikorski. Row 4: Cathy Clements, Bill Schmidt, David 
Lieberworth, Joe Kapler. 




WORLD AFFAIRS 

Improved methods of communica- 
tion among nations and a faster paced 
world has created a new awareness of 
world affairs. The members of the 
World Affairs Club discuss various 
methods to appreciate this communi- 
cation. A mock United Nations with 
different schools representing various 
countries culminates the activities and 
tests the true comprehension of what 
has been gained during the course of 
the year. 



EUCUYO 



With the aim of expanding the con- 
tents of the only unadulterated literary 
magazine, the staff of Eucuyo un- 
dauntedly accomplished its search 
for materials. Foreign language 
poetry, increased illustrations and a 
wider variety of contributing writers 
provided more interesting reading for 
the various editors and, naturally, the 
subscribers. Without an office for 
meetings and work, staffers read, 
criticized and planned in unexciting 
classrooms. However unexciting the 
surroundings, t h e personality of 
Eucuyo reflects itself both in its ex- 
panded publication and in the many 
talented staff-writers and poets in 
residence. 




Eucuyo Bottom Row (L to R): Lisa Bailey, Sue Obreza. Row 2; Ann Helmuth, Jamie Rose, Laurie 
Fil<e, Pam Long. Nancy Nawor, Joyce Siat, Bob Sif^orsitl, Jim Guinter. 



SCIENCE SEMINAR 

Evening meetings bring out the 
very best or very worst of a club's 
speakers. The engineers, doctors and 
professors that Science Seminar pre- 
sented at the weekly Tuesday night 
gatherings lectured on numerous 
topics. Qualified by displaying pro- 
ficiency on an exam, the member at- 
tended both the good and bad presen- 
tations methodically. The scientist 
personified his field. His abilities and 
interest likewise led to inspiration and 
a glance at actual professional 
scientific problems. 




Science Seminar Bottom Row (L to R): Alan Goldslayn, David Virginia, Mil<e Debevec, Kathi Pausic, 
Pat Gibbons. Kathy Krysly. Bill Shaffer. Row 2: Lisa Bailey, Dennis McBride. Bob Moskowitz, William 
Huffman, Marilyn Ward, Dale Fanney, Laurie Harris, Ann Helmuth. Row 3: Mike Applequist, Sue Siefert, 
Ed Walters, Dave Kurrent, Ron Tuckerman, Rich Tuckerman, Jim Shilander, Wayne Zachary, Burks 
Oakley. How 4: Joe Chase, David Lieberv»orth, Scott Boettcher, Dale Pekrul, Bill Brigden, Sandy Skrl], 
Jack Strunk, Rick Yager. How 5; Tom Lewis, Quentin F. Stout, Ken Mantey, Duane Jarc, Steve Kirk, Bob 
Berke, Tom Morris, Joe E. Straub, Bob Fiorelli. 



Eucuyo Editor, Jim Guinter 




SPECTRUM 



Unlike other school activities, 
Spectrum is not based around one 
interest. The unusual feature of this 
club involves the desire of members 
to have some interesting activity. 
With funds raised partially through 
a car wash, the group attended a 
variety of events, including the Ice 
Capades and the Vienna Boys Choir. 
The merging of the different interests 
of members produced a varied list of 
Spectrum activities. 



Spectrum Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Nash, Margo Lunder, Linda Hyle, Arlene Floria. Marcia Wallace, Janice Birr, Sherry Wohl, Janet Mc- 
Cauley, Sharon Pawlechko, Gail Boolh, Nancy Lohrey. Miss Pintar. Sponsor. Row 2: Mary MacDougall, Patrick Mann, Marilyn Mann, Bonnie 
Kermavner, Nancy Smerdel, Luci Oliverio, Daria Pasteur, Susan Williams, Clara Hille, Chris Reinwald. Gail Polly. Row 3: Linnea Purvis, Donna 
Daugherty, Kathy Krysly, Joan Lewandowski, Carol Heinz, Carol Lube, Mary Hrdlica, Noreen Hege, Laurel Warnke, Gayle Kehres, Judy Stiscak. 
Row 4: Bob Moskowitz. Cheryl Oyler, Marian Zaic, Claudia Stallings. Le^nn Medevic, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Joann Hart. Barb Dongress, Gerr 
Adamich, Jan Bradshaw, Sue Simon, flow 5.- Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat, Marian Schwarz, Pat Sinclair. Sherry Macaul, Kathy Mramor, Pam Madden. 
Jim Kiro, Joe Sanda, Rick Holloway. Jenny Aultz, Monica Naworski. 




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SURVEY 
BUSINESS 

Somewhat overshadowed by the 
Editorial Staff's aggressive office 
policies, the Business Staff of Survey 
asserted its excellence. The sub- 
scription drive illustrated the per- 
suasive powers of the staffers, as well 
as the high degree of organization; a 
record number of subscribers re- 
ceived the bi-weekly Survey. Friday 
nights were spent with football or 
basketball program assembling and 
selling. Ad solicitation kept the price 
of the paper down. The ample funds 
provided by the Business Staff gave 
the Editorial room for experimen- 
tation. Success didn't slow down the 
harried, promising supersalesmen of 
Survey. 

Diane Karrer, Circulating Manager; Pat Meighan, Ads Manager 




Tom Renninger, Business Co-Manager 




Rick Holloway, Business Co-Manager 

Mr Mize, Survey Business Staff Advisor 




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SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Bottom Row (L to R): Diane Karrer, Carol Lube, Barb Emser. Gail Booth, Sue Siefert, Judy Perko. Row 2: Rick Holloway, Mary Mac- 
Dougall, Marian Za)c, Pat Melghan, Carolyn Pograis, Chris Reinwald, Tom Renninger. 



Tom Renninger "surveys" his prospects. 





Russ Leisenheimer, Co-Editor-in-Chief. 

SURVEY EDITORIAL 

A biweekly publication, Survey is 
the distinguished lion of Euclid's 
publications. The frequent deadlines 
met by a few hardy editors provided 
a popular journalistic review of events 
past and future. The long list of 
awards and achievements Survey an- 
nually totals attest to the quality of 
the staff and writers. The excellent 
paper, biweekly-produced, biweekly- 
read, and biweekly-criticized is not 
the entire Survey organization. Aside 
from the work routine. Survey dis- 
plays its remarkable talent for doing 
just about everything in a grand style. 
The freewheeling staff experiments 
with paper airplanes and enjoys 
various parties. Survey works. But 
without the Survey style, the office 
would merely house unspirited staf- 
fers. 




Mr. G. Smith, Advisor. 



Doug Bartholomew, Co-Editor-in-Chief. 



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'So what if it isn't chocolate?' 



Survey Editorial Slatt Bottom Row (L to R): Debby Lipstreuer. Mr. Smith, Advisor; Nancy Hagstrand. Clara Hille, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Sandy Doles. Row 2: 
Gary Pratt, Geri Adamich, Burks Oakley, Al Tegel, Daria Pasteur, Lynn Sana, Joyce Siat, Dan Smolinsky. flow 3; Doug Bartholomew, Dan Jezerinac, Russ Leisen- 
heimer. 




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Euclidan I.Q.S. Row 1 (L to R): Diana Komocar Glona Rcqalbuio, Ken Ginsburg, John Rice, Thorn Kren, Randy Price. Tom Budas, Dannie Dugan, 
Barb Dauer. flow 2; Sue Land, Pat Rock. Cec Hunt, Sue Mahusky, Kalhy Marten, Judy Coolidge, Barb Wile Row 3: Karen Shook, Diane Fellman, Beth 
Heglaw. Barb Reed, Sandy Skrij. Barb Butt. Kathy Federico. Eva Zucket, Karen Katona, Linda Pestotnik, Vishna Franic, Gary Bolls, Pat Faiken. 



Editor Cecily Hunt awards honors at annual Induction Ceremony. 



INTERNATIONAL 
QUILL AND SCROLL 

After a hectic year of frantic mid- 
nigiit typing in order to get material 
out on time, students and advisors 
pause to honor those people whose 
outstanding work merits recognition. 
The E-Room becomes the scene of 
an induction ceremony as staff mem- 
bers of Eucuyo, Survey, and Euclidian 
are initiated into International Quill 
and Scroll. At the reception that fol- 
lows, members of these publications 
have the opportunity to relax and 
discuss their mutual journalistic pro- 
blems and interests. 




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Eucuyo (.OS. (L fo R): Nancy Nawor, Pam Long. 

Survey I.Q.S. Row I (L to R): Carolyn Pograis. Nancy Hagstrand, Lynn Sana, Joyce Siat. Gail Booth. Judy Perko, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Debby Lipstruer. Row 2 
Geri Adamich, Sherry Wieland, Al Tegel. Sandy Doles. Diane Karrer, Barb Frizzell. Mary MacDougall. Row 3: Carol Lube, Jim Kershaw, Gary Pratt, Chris 
Reinwald, Mariann Zajc. Row 4 Russ Leisenheimer, Pat Meighan, Byks Oakley. Greg Mucci, Tom Renninger, Doug Bartholomew. 




125 




Cathy Calvert, Ads Manager. 



Sue Land, Business Manager. 



126 




Euclidian Business Slaft Row 1 (L to R): Gary Botts. Barb Dauer, Barb Wile, Ton 
Katona, Karen Shook, Pat Faiken, Vishna Franio. Not Shown: Linda Pestotnik. 



Budas. Row 2: Dannie Dugan, Ann Trommetter, Karen 



Advisors Mrs. Folsel, Mr. Dickinson 




EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS 

Although many persons try to es- 
cape the realities of the world, the 
everpresent business factors always 
press and eventually bring all under 
their potent power. The Editorial 
Staff enjoyed conceiving a yearbook, 
but without the industrious labor of 
its business counterpart, the book 
might never have been brought into 
actuality. The Euclidian Business Staff 
constantly worked toward its goal of 
paying for the production of the book 
by persuasively selling ads, gaining 
patrons and enticing students to pur- 
chase a yearbook through a clever 
and creative campaign. Regardless 
of little recognition, the Business Staff 
continually performed its work of 
financing a book and then, proudly, 
distributing the result. 



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Cecily Hunt, Editor-in-Chief; Mrs. Michele Spott, Advisor; Mr. Gerry 
Henderson, Advisor. 





Copy Statt (L to R) Sue Mahusl<y, Kathy Federico, Barb Reed, Diane Fellman, John 
Rice, Sandy SI<rlJ, Editor 



Editors (L to R): Pat Rocl<, Kathy Marten, Judy Coolidge, Cecily Hunt, Sandy SM], Margie Engel. 





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Art SiBtt (L 10 R): Cindy Wallace, Judy Coolidge, Editor; Ken Ginsburg, Thorn Kren, Joanne Allchin 



Photo Staff (L to Ft): Roy Larick, Gloria Regalbuto, Randy Price, Head 
Photographer; Marty Frank. Pat Rock, Editor; Beth Heglaw. 




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f^ Incessant work hardly reflects 
the total Euclid way of life. Break- 
ing the monotony of labor, activi- 
ties afford the weary a bit of fun. 
With a smile the student can re- 
call that the activity provided a 
good time. 









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Hats off to a winning float. 




HOMECOMING 

Surrounded by "Beat Heights" pos- 
ters, students frantically finished up 
the usual stack of work left for the 
last week of the grading period. Ex- 
cellent weather aided spirit at the 
Thursday night bonfire. The victory 
bell triumphantly greeted the team as 
Euclid inched to its first victory of 
the season. Enthusiasm culminated 
in the E-Room and ended only with 
the last flutter of Autumn Leaves. 




Queen and her Court 




Bill Young receives instruction at Homecoming game. 



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Top Brass 



'Mum's the word, ma'am.! 




Barb Webb, Sophomore Attendant. 



Laurie Gulich, Junior Attendant. 





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Nancy Kaselak, Second Senior Attendant. 



Marsha Beery, First Senior Attendant. 




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Jackie Harris, 1966 Homecoming Queen 



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CAST: GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES 

LORELEI LEE Geri Adamich 

DOROTHY Daria Pasteur 

MR. LEE ("DADDY") Gary Botts 

BARTENDER Ken Stauffer 

BERT Mike Chandler 

STEWARD Ken Mog 

SAM John Schulte 

MRS. VAN OSBORNE Kathy Salisbury 

MRS. SPOFFARD III Betty Grigonis 

MRS. VAN AUSTIN Carol Heinz 

MISS CHAPMAN Leslie Stratton 

HOTEL MANAGER Paul Fuerst 

MR. BROUSSARD, SR Pat Mann 

CAPTAIN Dave Reinhardt 

SYLVIA VAN OSBORNE Cathy Lutz 

MARGARET VAN AUSTIN . . Claudia Orehek 
HENRY SPOFFARD III .... Dan Smolinsky 




"You say you're a frog?" 



The cast takes a break. 



PLAYS 

A telescreen supplemented by the 
Thought Police created the totali- 
tarian society of Big Brother. In the 
world of 7984 contradiction is truth, 
love is hate, and individuality an un- 
forgivable error. Winston and Julia 
were victims and products of the 
utilitarian dogma of the Party. Ad- 
apted from George Orwell's prophetic 
novel, the fall cast delivered a highly 
dramatic presentation. 

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes compli- 
mented the seriousness of the fall 
play. On their way to Europe, Lorelei 
and Dorothy engendered a series of 
comical mishaps. The play ended with 
ironic happiness and the audience 
left wondering which they actually do 
prefer. 





Serious reflections from serious drama 
Big Brotfier is watching you! 




CAST: 7984 

COMRADE WINSTON SMITH ... Roy Larick 

COMRADE JULIA Sherri Grimes 

COMRADE PARSONS Pat Griffin 

COMRAD SYME Tom Barker 

COMRADE O'BRIEN Dave ReinJnardt 

GLADYS Lyn Angene 

MARTIN Gary Botts 

LANDLADY Betty Grigonis 

GUARDS Jerry Suhar 

Terry IVIcGovern 

LOUDSPEAKER Mark Springer 

GOLDSTEIN Patrick Mann 

BIG BROTHER Gary Botts 

WAITRESS Susan Hayba 

COFFEE VENDER Dannie Dugan 

MESSENGER Kathy Salisbury 




Engrossed in conversation ... ... a silent communication 

Midnight — The Magic Hour 




140 




"And then, with my suave approach and good looks, I 
A sophomore's success 




WINTER FESTIVAL 

Wandering about the decorated 
halls and classrooms, students came 
upon carnival booths which tried to 
capture everyone's attention. An auc- 
tion, a three-legged race, and a 
fortune teller satisfied the various 
whims of those present. Food, and 
couples holding hands were found in 
the corridors. Three weeks separated 
the Winter Sports carnival dance. On 
the night of the dance, couples en- 
tered the E-Room through an arch of 
blue flowers. There, amid blue crepe 
paper and balloons, they danced till 
midnight sounded and ended the 
evening of Midnight Blues. 




Cyndi Theis, 1967 Winter Festival Queen 



142 




Barb Dauer, First Attendant 



Daria Pasteur, Second Attendant 





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Sue Dritz, Sophomore Attendant 



Diane Moats, Junior Attendant 



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Panther Room 




Lounge 




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Mrs. Martinsen, E-Room Coordinator 





E ROOM 



Daily the E-Room houses both aca- 
demic and social events. Team-teach- 
ing classes convene in the ballroom. 
After school and during lunch periods 
the center provides music and conver- 
sation, breaking the day for the v\/eary 
student. Respectful use has kept the 
complex of rooms in good condition. 
Mrs. Martinsen supervises and co- 
ordinates the activities. The E-Room's 
versatile character permits Euclid's 
students to hear a lecture on tragedy 
in the ballroom in the morning and 
dance in the same room that night. 




146 



seniors 
seniors 
seniors 
seniors 





148 



Seniors precariously peer out at tlie 
future. The senior can still be a kid, but 
he also has a less flippant side. For a 
senior is respected for his opinions and 
leadership. The senior year is centered 
on an awareness of the future and a love 
of the present. 






SUSAN ALBRECHT JAMES ALLSIP 

DAVID ALLISON RENE AMES 



JANICE ANDERSON 
JOHN ANDERSON 



SHARON ANDERSON 
KAREN ANDREWS 



"And after only two weeks of my Charles Atlas body-building program 



ELIZABETH ACKS 
SANDRA ADAMS 
TERRY ADAMS 
JACQUELINE 
ALBERTONE 




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RALPH ANKUDA JOHN ARKO 
ROGER ANTONICK EDWARD ARNOLD 




JUDY ARNOLD 
LESLIE ARTMAN 
GERALDINE ARTZ 
PAUL BAGOCIUS 



PAUL BAKER 
THOMAS BAKER 
LINDA BALOGH 
RICHARD BARABAS 



THOMAS BARKER 
DOUGLAS 

BARTHOLOMEW 
JANET BASA 
DONNA BASHEL 



SENIORS 



151 





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REX BENDURE ROBERT BERES ANDREA BETZ 

NOREEN BENVENUTO ROBERT BERKE JANICE BIELFELT 



I don't want those earthworms to leave the room!" 




SUSAN BATES 
KATHLEEN BATICH 
LYNN BAUMGARDT 
TIMOTHY BAUR 



KENNETH BAYKO 
CONSTANCE BECKWITH 
DEBORAH BECKWITH 
MARSHA BEERY 



SENIORS 





MARY HELEN BIELLO CAROL BIONDI 

DENNIS BILYK DALE BITKER 



"Baby, baby, can't you feel my heart beat?" 




JERRY BLACKFORD NEIL BLASSE 

BARBARA BLAKELEY RONALD BOCK 



RAEVERN BODMER 
LINDA BOHINC 



TERRY BOICH 
ANTHONY BONANO 








SENIORS 



GAIL BOOTH 
ALAN BORAZANIAN 
HAROLD BORK 
SUSAN BORSCH 





RUTH BRONSTED JAMES BROWN 

RAYMOND BROW JUDITH BROWN 

BERNADETTE BROWN ROLAND BROWN 



WENDY BROWN 
WALTER BUBLEY 
LAURA BUCKNOT 



PAMELA BUDINSKY 
JAMES BUKOVAC 
CAROL BURHENNE 



RICHARD BUTLER 
ANTONIO BUTTICCI 
JAMES BUZIKOWSKI 



"I'll burn my draft card if I want to!" 






Euclid's Jet Set 



156 




JACQUELINE CABALA DONNA CAPELLA 

KATHY CALVERT MARK CAPRETTA 

THOMAS CAMPBELL TONI CARANFA 

TIMOTHY CAMPBELL ANITA CARDUCCI 



JAMES CARMIGIANO 
GLEN CAROFF 
JEFFREY CARRISH 
NORMAN CARTER 



ARRILLA CASEY 
CAROLYN 

CASSTEVENS 
JEANNETTE CELLURA JOSEPH CHASE 
ALLICE CERCEK 



SUSAN CERR 
SUSAN CHANDLER 
MARCIA CHAPMAN 



SENIORS 



157 



SENIORS 



MARYANN CHERNEY JOHN CIMPERMAN 

YOLANDA CHETNIK MICHAEL CINALLI 

SUSAN CHRISTIE JOHN CIVIC 

BETTY CIAMMAICHELLA TIMOTHY CLASEN 




WILLIAM CLEMENCE CHRISTINE CLINE LINDA COCHRAN 

CATHLEEN CLEMENTS CATHERINE CLOUSER SANDRA COCHRAN 










158 




KENNETH CONGIN GARY CONSILIO 





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JUDY COOLIDGE VIRGINIA CORSO DALE CRAGLE 

DOUGLAS COONEY PAMELA COSTANTINO STEVE CRAUN 

RONALD COONEY RICHARD COUP JOHN CROSSON 

ROGER CORNWELL BRIAN COX LARRY CROWN 




160 




THERESE EIERMANN 
BARBARA EMIG 
BARBARA EMSER 
CYNTHIA ERICKSON 



SENIORS 



161 



SENIORS 



WILLIAM FAIT 
JACKSON FARRILL 
CLIFFORD FELDEN 
ROBERT FERRIS 



LAURENE FIKE 
THOMAS FINK 
ROBERT FIORELLI 
GREGORY FISHER 



PAUL FITZGERALD 
MICHAEL FOCARETO 
KATHLEEN FOLK 
BRUCE FOX 




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STEPHEN FOX CHARLES FRALEY 

KENNETH FRAK AUDREY FRANCEL 





ROBERT GALLINIS 
RUTH GANSER 



CAROL FRANCIS 
JAMES FRANCIS 



KATHLEEN FRANK 
MARTIN FRANK 



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CAROL FRIEDMAN ALBERT FUERST MARY ELLEN GARISEK 

BARBARA FRIZZELL PAUL FUERST MARIANNE GARLING 




163 










KEITH GARLOCK JOHN GAVIN 

PATRICIA GEDDES KATHLEEN GERLOSKY 

DENNIS GERMOVSEK CYNTHIA GERWIG 

BARBARA GESTEN BETTY GFELLER 



SENIORS 



164 





IRIS GIANFORTI 
BARBARA GILLES 
BONNIE GILLES 



JOHN GILLES SANDRA GJIVANOVICH 

KENNETH GINSBURG GERALD GOLABOFF 

CARMELLA GIORDANO KATHLEEN GONAS 



ELAINE GOODWIN 
JILL GOODWIN 
PETER GOULIS 



The Punch-for-Lunch Bunch 






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"Yes, we have no bananas! 



ROSEMARIE GRABITZ CYNTHIA GRANT PATRICIA GRIFFIN JERRY GRIFFITH GAIL GRUNDMAN 




166 




KATHLEEN GRYCAN 
PATRICIA GUARDO 
DAVID GUBANC 
JAMES GUINTER 



RENEE GULLO PAUL HAFFER RUTH HANNIGAN 

DOUGLAS HACKLE NANCY HAGSTRAND RICHARD HARPS 

BARRY HACKNEY PAMELA HAHN ROBERT HARPS 

LUBOMIRA HADZIMA LAWRENCE HANN JACQUELIN HARRIS 



SENIORS 




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JANET HARRIS 
JANICE HARRIS 



JO ANN HART 
ROSEMARY HARVAN 



WALTER HARWOOD 
RONALD HAVENER 



JOHN HAVRILEK 
DAVID HAYS 



LAURA HAYTAS 
CAROL HAYWARD 



LAURIE HARRIS 
SUSAN HARRIS 




SENIORS 



ROBERT HENIKMAN 
GARY HERAK 
LINDA HERAK 
TIMOTHY HIGHLAND 





LAURA HITCHCOX DOROTHY HOCEVAR LORETTA HOCEVAR 

RICHARD HOLLOWAY BRUCE HOPPERT TIM HORGAN 



THOMAS HOFFMAN 
CAROL HORNA 



NOREEN HOGE 
LINDA HORSEY 



Three cheers for Theis! 




SENIORS 




ROBERT HOURY 



JOSEPH HOWE 



JACK HOWELL 



JACQUELINE HOWITZ JOANNE HUBISH 




CECILY HUNT 
YVONNE HUNT 
EDWARD IRVINE 



CAROL IVANCIC 
WILMA JAGODNIK 
MARY ELLEN JAKLIC 



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MATHILDA HUDOCK JOHN HUEBNER 





171 




BENEDICT JAKUBEN 
JILL JANDA 
DUANE JARC 
MARGARET JARVIS 



ROSEMARIE JAZBINSKI 
LAWRENCE JEDLICKA 
WAYNE JERSAN 
DANIEL JEZERINAC 



SENIORS 




172 




"You're putting me on!" 




MICHAEL JOLLY 
NICHOLAS JURANKO 
LINDA JURATOVAC 
KATHRYN KALAN 



NANCY KANE 
RUSSELL KANE 
REBECCA KAPFERER 
JOSEPH KAPLER 



DIANE KARRER 
NANCY KASELAK 
DIANE KASTELLIC 
LORRAINE KATTLER 




VAUGHN KAVON 
RODGER KAY 
MARY KEARNS 



CORRINE KELLER 
PAUL KELLER 
DEBORAH KELLEY 



GAIL KEMPKE 
NORENE KENDLE 
DAVID KERSHAW 



JOHN KESZENHEIMER GARY KING 
ROSALIND KEVER RAYMOND KING 

CLIFTON KIMES SUSAN KINKELAAR 



'Little do they know that under this suave exterior 



SENIORS 





"It means Oh Shut Up." 



RICHARD KIRK 
STEPHEN KIRK 



JAMES KIRO 
CHERRY KITSOS 



RICHARD KLEMENC 



BEVERLY KMET 



RICHARD KLEBER 
ROBERT KLEINHENZ 



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KENNETH KOCH 




FRANCES KOCJANCIC 




LINDA KOETH 



175 



SENIORS 



DOROTHY KOLEGAR 
RICHARD KOLESAR 
LINDA KOPNISKE 
KATHLEEN KORDET 



OLGA KOREN 
JAMES KORTHALS 
NICHOLAS KOSEC 
CAROLYN KOSTANSEK 




176 




CHRISTINE KOWICKI ALICE KOZLOWSKI 

KAREN KOZELY KATHLEEN KRALL 



RICHARD KRASCH 
DAVID KRASKA 



JOAN KROPF 
KATHLEEN KRYSTY 



HOLLIS KULKA 
CHARLES KUNSMAN 



Jim Gulnter in whistling position 



JOYCE KUROWSKI 
DAVID KURRENT 




177 




"Hey, look what we found in the hash!" 



JOSEPH KUSAR 
JOHN LAMPERT 



LELAND LANCE 
SUSAN LAND 



WILLIAM LANGA 
THOMAS LANGHAM 



LYNNE LARDIN 
ROY LARICK 



LAWRENCE LAUB 
VALERIE LAURENCE 





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NANCY LAVIGNA BRUCE LEICHER RUSSELL 

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REBECCA LEISTER PATRICIA LETANOSKY 

SUSAN LEMM MICHAEL LEWAND 

PAULINE LEONI JEANETTE LEWIS 

DANIEL LESKIEWICZ RONALD LEWIS 



"What do you think? I'm on my way to the Survey office!" 



SENIORS 




LESLIE LITTLE 
NORMAN LOCKER 
DOLORES LOGAR 



NANCY LOHREY 
JESSICA LONCALA 
PAMELA LONG 



SHARENE LONG 
GREGORY LOPEZ 
JOANNE LOVE 



TOMMY LEWIS JOHN LIPNICKI 

DAVID LIEBERWORTH DEBRA LIPSTREUER 



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SENIORS 



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PAMELA MADDEN LINDA MAGRI 

PEGGY ANN MAGAS SUSAN MAHUSKY 



SHEILA MALANEY 
TERRY MALEGKAR 



CHRIS MANDEL 
MARILYN MANN 



PATRICK MANN 
JOSEPH MANNARINO 



"All we need Is the January foldout." 




182 




KENNETH MANTEY MICHAEL MANTZ STEPHEN MARKUZ JOHN MAROLT 



"Slave, junior." 



KATHERINE MARTEN 



BARBARA MARTIN 
ROBERT MARTIN 
TIMOTHY MASEK 




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JANET MATIC 



FRANK MATOH 




SENIORS 




PATRICIA MATYJASIK 
LOUIS MAVRICH 
JEFFREY MAY 
LESLIE MC ARTHUR 



SENIORS 




THOMAS MC REDMOND THOMAS MEDLEN 
JUDY MEAKER PAUL MEHOLLIN 





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CAROL MELNIK 
LINDA MELNIKAS 
THOMAS MEROS 



VAL MIKLAUSICH 
WILLIAM MIKOLIC 
CAROL MILLER 
GLENN MILLER 



185 




THOMAS MILLER LINDA MINNILLO JUDITH MISCH KENNETH MOG VINCENT MONATERI 




Ken GInsburg doing his layouts. 



FRED MOONEY JOHN MOONEY RITA MOONEY JAMES MOORE PATRICIA MOORE 








186 




SENIORS 



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THOMAS MORRIS GREGORY MUCCI 

CRAIG MOSS KAY MUIR 

KATHLEEN MRAMOR KATHRYN MURPHY 



LINDA MURRAY 
SUSAN MUSCENTI 
DOLORES NAINIGER 



SANDRA NAPP 



KARLENE NAUTH NANY NAWOR 



GEORGE NEFF 



RICHARD NEFF 








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LYNN OKER THOMAS OMAHEN 

LUCILLE OLIVERIO DAVID ONDERDONK 



JAMES NEIDERMEYER JOHN NOGA 
ROBERT NEWCOMB MARY NORMAN 

KIRK NICHOLSON SANDRA NORRIS 



ERIC NURMI 
BURKS OAKLEY 
JOHN O CONNELL 



SENIORS 





GEORGEANN 
ORLANDO 
CHERYL OYLER 




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SHIRLEY PAPALKO 
LORRAINE PARULIS 
MARYLIN PARZIALE 
DARLA PASTEUR 



KATHLEEN PAUSIC ROBERT PEARN 

BARBARA PAVIS NANCY PEARSON 

RAY PAVLIK CHARLES PEREKSTA 

SHARON PAWLECHKO JUDITH PERKO 



189 



SENIORS 





LINDA PESTOTNIK GERALD PETERS CYNTHIA PHELPS RICHARD PIETRO 

NICOLETTE PETARDI RAYMOND PETRO DONNA PHILLIPS ROBERT PIGNATIELLO 

SHARON PETROVICH FRANK PICCIRILLO ALAN PILLER 



"The Army wouldn't take me — only Smokey the Bear.' 



MARILYN PERKO 
DONALD PERRY 
ANITA PESEC 




CLIFFORD PLOTT MARVIN POLO 

ROBERT PODBOY AGNES POPOVIC 

MARGARET POGRAIS DEBORAH PORTIK 

GAIL POLLY MARY ANN POTOCAR 




191 




QUAY PROCTOR 
WILLIAM PULVER 



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JAMES POZAR CAROL PRED RANDOLPH PRICE 

DONNA PRAZNOVSKY RICHARD PREZTAK JOAN PRILESON 



LINDA PRIORESCHI ROBERT PULVER 

VICTORIA PRIORESCHI LINNEA PURVIS 






JOAN REINKE ROBERT RESSLER JOHN RICE 

THOMAS RENNINGER ROBERT REXRODE JAMES RIEDER 



'No, it can't be! Aunt Mildred! 



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DALE RACICH JAMES REED 

RICHARD RAYMOND PATRICIA REES 

WILLIAM RECHNITZER JOHN REESE 

PAULA REDDING DENNIS REINKE 



SENIORS 




SENIORS 



HELENE RIGGS 
JEREMY RITZU 
MARGIA RIXIE 
JAMES ROBERTS 




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JOHN ROSKOS 
MARTHA ROSS 
NOREEN ROSSI 



EILEEN ROTH 
CONNIE RUSCITTO 
DAVID RUSSELL 



EDWARD SABINSKY 
ALAN ST. JOHN 
LINDA SAJEWSKI 



KATHRYN SALISBURY MICHAEL SAVARIN 

JOSEPH SANDA GARY SAWYER 

ANN SARICH MICHELE SCACCO 



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LOUISE SCHIMPF 
CAROL SCHMIDT 
ROSEMARIE SCHMITT 



ARTHUR SCHNEIDER NORMAN SCHOEN ELLEN SCHULTZ 

DANIEL SCHNEIDER KATHLEEN SCHROEDER LINDA SCHULTZ 

CARY ANN SCHNELL NANCY SCHUBERT DONALD SCHULZ 



NANCY SCHUTT 
JAMES SCHUTTE 
JAMES SCHWABAUER 




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JOHN SCHWABAUER ROBERT SCOTT 

BETTY SCHWANE JOLENE SEAY 

MARION SCHWARZ THOMAS SEDDON 



'Name a song — any song at all. 



IRENE SEDMAK JOHN SEEKATZ VERONIKA SEIBERT LARRY SELEPAK 




SENIORS 





VANCE SHERMAN 
JANALYN SHINOSKY 



ROBERT SIKORSKI 
JAMES SIMONE 



JANET SEPCHINSKI 



DONNA SERKSNIS 
CAROL SESTAK 



DIANE SHAFER LAWRENCE SHIRK 

KATHLEEN SHARON SUE SIEFERT 



ROBERT SIMONE 
DONNA SIMPSON 




SENIORS 



198 




NED SIMPSON 
PATRICIA SINCLAIR 



ALLAN SINKOVIC 
RICHARD SIRL 



JAMES SISKA 
STEVEN SIVEC 



SHARON SKEIVIS 
NORENE SKERLY 



SANDRA SKRLJ 
RICHARD SMEKEL 



'Right!' 




FRED SKOK NANCY SMERDEL 

KAREN SKOLARIS DONNA SMITH 





DONNA SMITH 
FRED SMITH 



RICHARD SMITH 
DOLORES SOBE 



SHELLEY SPIVACK 
LINDA SPOKAS 



ROBERT SPRING 
MARK SPRINGER 



CLAUDIA STALLINGS 
LEAH STANKEWICZ 



"My gosh! One pierced ear!' 



JOHN SMITH DANIEL SOBLESKY 

MARY KAY SMITH JOHN SPECK 






SENIORS 



"Hi, Hon. I just saw the cutest little squiggly amoeba." 



ROGER STARMAN JAMES STEIN 

KAREN STEELMAN LYNN STEINHOFF 

SHIRLEY STEFANOW BRUCE STEPHENS 



KAREN STEPHENS 
SIGRID STEPHENS 
RONALD STERLING 





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JULIE STROMBERG KATHRYN STUBER 

PATTY STROMBERG LONNIE STULL 

JOHN STRUNK JERRY SUHAR 

NANCY STRYJEWSKI JOHN SULLIVAN 



and after the cricket match, old man, 





RANDI SVENDSEN 





JO ANN SVETIN 



Paisley unlimited 



GREGORY SWEIGERT 
CAROL SWITZER 



ERNEST SZALAY 
MICHAEL SZEWCYK 




GLENN SWANSON 




RONALD SWEED 




SENIORS 




Never once did my fingers touch the l<eyboard.' 



PEGGY TARANTINO DONNA TAYLOR 
JOSEPH TAVERNELLI JILL TAYLOR 





WILLIAM TEARE 
ALBERT TEGEL 



CAROL TEKAVIC 
CLAIRE 

TEMPLETON 



SHARON 

TERRANOVA 
JANN TERRY 




THERESA TESTA 
CYNTHIA THEIS 



d;k 



BONNIE THOMAS 
DIANE THOMAS 




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SENIORS 



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LINDA ULLESTAD 



JOHN UNBEHAUN BARBARA 

UNDERKOFLER 



DOROTHY URBANCIC NANCY URBANCIC 



DALE VALENTINO LORRAINE VEHAR 

DENNIS VAN OOYEN MARY VELLA 




"Now It's time to levitate Cindy!" 



DENNIS VERDI LINDA VERHOVSEK SUZANNE VIDENSEK ANDREA VIDMAR SHARON VIOLANTI 




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SENIORS 



"You say you're an enchanted prince?" 



DOROTHY VOJTEK CINDY WALLACE 

LYNDA VON GUNTEN MARSHA WALTON 

BARBARA VOSS JEAN WALWORTH 



RAY WANDERSLEBEN KENNETH WARREN CAROL WASNAC 




SENIORS 




JEFFEREY WATSON ROBERTA WAYDO MARC WAYNER PATRICIA WEBER 



'I'll see if I can fit you into my schedule." 



MARTHA WIEHN 
SHERMAINE WIELAND 
BARBARA WILE 




SUSAN WEBER 



KATHERINE WELSH CHARLENE WENDALL 




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JEAN WILKINSON 
DONNA WILL 



JAMES WILLETT 
CAROL WILLIAMS 



SUSAN WILLIAMS 
VAL WILLIAMS 



BARBARA WINCE SHERRY WOHL 

DONNA WIRSING DENNIS WOHLGEMUTH 




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RANDY WOHLGEMUTH 
MARILYN WOLF 
KATHERINE WOODRUFF 
CAROL WORTMAN 




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WARREN WOTRING JUDITH WRIGHT JAMES YAGER 

DAVID WRIGHT CHARLES YAGER CAROLYN YATES 



'No, I don't paint the signs. The Spirits come at night and paint them.' 





MICHAEL YERKIC 
DONNA YOPKO 
DONNA YOUNG 
CAROL YOUNGER 



SUSAN YOZIPOVICH FRANCES ZAHAR 

JEANETTE YURCHEK PATRICIA ZAKOVSKI 

ROSEMARY YURCHEK ROBERT ZDARA 

NICHOLAS ZADNIK CATHERINE ZGONC 



COLLEEN ZIEGLER 
LINDA ZIMMERMAN 
JOSEPH ZINNICKER 
JAMES ZOLLER 



CAROL ZONAR 
CAROLE ANN ZOUL 
CATHERINE ZUPANCIC 
THERESA ZUPANCIC 



SENIORS 



ELIZABETH ANNE ACKS 

A.F.S. 4; Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



eth 



THOMAS BAKER 



ROBERT BERKE 



SANDRA ADAMS 



TERRY ADAMS 






JACQUELINE ALBERTONE 



Sandy 

Terry 

Jackie 



JOSEPH BALOGH 



LINDA LEE BALOGH 
Cheerleaders 2. 3; Talent Scouts 4. 



ANDREA BETZ Andi 

Girls' Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 



EUGENE BIELFELT 



JANICE BIELFELT 



SUSAN ALBRECHT Sue 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Folk Club 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Girls' Concert Choir 2; 
Movie Club 4. 



DAVID ALLISON 



RICHARD BARABAS 



THOMAS BARKER 



Barf 

Big Show 3; Cadet Band 2, 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Concert Band 4; Fall Play 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2; Boys' Sv»im Leader 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; Marching Band 2. 3; 
Pep Band 2, 3; Student Council Representative 4; 
Varsity Swim Team 2, 3. 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



MARY HELLEN BIELLO Mares 

Cheerleader Substitutes 3; E-Room Activities 4; 

Panther 4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 4; Student Council 

Representative 2; Talent Scouts 4. 



DENNIS BILYK 



JAMES ALLSIP 



FRANCES AMATO 



RENE ANN AMES 
Friendship Club 3, 4. 



CARMEN AMOROSO 



JANICE ANDERSON Jan 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 3; Ski Club 
2. 3; Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



JOHN ANDERSON 



SHARON ANN ANDERSON • Sharon 

AF.S. 4; E-Room Activitias 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 



KAREN ANDREWS Karen 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3; 
F.T.A. 2; Spectrum 3. .^,;., 



DOUGLAS MILES BARTHOLOMEW Bart 

A.F.S. 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Eucuyo 4; Boys' Gym 
Leaders 2; Key Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Science Seminar 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Survey Editorial StaH 2, 3, 4; 
Co-Editor 4; Survey Training Club 2. 



JANET AUDRIE BASA 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4. 



DONNA BASHEL 



SUSAN GAYLE BATES 



KATHLEEN BATICH 
Friendship Club 3, 4. 



LYNN SUZANNE BAUMGARDT 
Friendship Club 2, 3; D.E.C.A. 4. 



TIM BAUR 

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



CAROLE ANNE BIONDI 



DALE BITKER 



JERRY BLACKFORD Black 

Baseball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA BLAKELEY 



NEIL EDWARD BLASSE Blaze 

Big Show 2, 3; Chevron Society 3. 4; Choral Masters 
3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3; Boys' 
Gym Leaders 2. 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 
4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; President 4; Spring Play 2, 3; Stage 
Craft Club 2; Student Council Representative 2; 
Talent Scouts 4. 



RONALD BOCK Ron 

Cross Country 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's Club 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 



RAEVERN BODMER 
Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3. 



RALPH ANKUDA 

Transfer Student; Sophomore Play 2. 



ROGER ANTONICK 



JOHN ARKO John 

Chess Club 2, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Student Council Representative 4. 



EDWARD ARNOLD 
Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



JUDY ANNE ARNOLD 



LESLIE ARTMAN 



KENNETH BAYKO 



CONSTANCE JEAN BECKWITH Connie 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 
4; Majorette Substitutes 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 



DEBORAH BECKWITH Becky 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls' Concert Choir 3: Sopho- 
more Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; Majorette Sub- 
stitute 4; Ski'Club 2, 3. 4. 



MARSHA BEERY Beer 

Cheerleaders 2, 3. 4; Cheerleader Substitutes 3; 
Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Homecom- 
ing Court 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



LINDA JOYCE BOHINC Linda 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Major- 
ettes 3. 4; Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Spirits 4; Survey Training Club 3; Talent Scouts 4; 
Cheering Block 3; Usher 3. 



TERRY BOICH 



ANTHONY BONANNO 



Terry 



Gail 



GAIL BOOTH 

Junior Red Cross 3; Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Concert 
Choir 3; Junior Cabinet 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 2, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2, 3, 4. 



ALAN BORAZANIAN 



GERALDINE ANN ARTZ Gerri 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 3. 



RONALD REX BENDURE The Kid 

J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3; Key Club 3; 
Varsity Swim Team 2; J.V. Swim Team 2. 



HAROLD BORK 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 4. 



PAUL BAGOCIUS 




Paul 


N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pre 
Affairs Club 4. 


sident 3; PresidenI 


t 4; World 



NOREEN LYNN BENVENUTO Be 

Ad Club 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, ■ 

Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; Girls' Concert Cho 
3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; I.Q.S. 4. 



SUSAN BORSCH ^~r;, Suzy 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Folk Club 2; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 
3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 
4; Survey Editorial Staff 3; Survey Training Club 2; 
Talent Scouts 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 3, 4. 



ROBERT SERES 



Robert JOHN BOUR 



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BARBARA BOWMAN Barb 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; 



ANTONIO BUTTICCI 



JAMES BUZIKOWSKI 



MARCIA JEAN CHAPMAN Swampy 

Choral Masters 3; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Student Council 
Representative 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



THOMAS RYDER BOYCE Tom 

Bowling 2. 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Golf Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. 



JACQUELINE CABALA Jackie 

AF.S, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
FNC. 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2; Spectrum 3; 
Student Council Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 



JOSEPH EDWARD CHASE Joe 

Humanities 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Political Aftiairs Club 3. 4; Science Seminar 
2. 3. 4; Talent Scouts 2. 



MARILYN JANE BOYD Lynn 

Friendship Club 2; FT.A. 2. 4; Girls' Concert Choir 
3; Ski Club 4; Survey Business Staff 3; Wai Napolo 
2. 3, 4; United Appeal 3. 4; Co-chairman 4. 



WILIAM BOYER 



MICHAEL BOYLE 



KATHY CALVERT Kathy 

Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian 
Business Staff 3. 4. Ads Manager 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; FT.A. 3: Girls' Concert Choir 2; Ski Club 3; 
IQ.S. 4. 



THOMAS CAMPBELL Tom 

Concert Band 2. 3. 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 3; Key Club 
2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4. 



MARLANN CHERNEY 



YOLANDA CHETNIK Chip 

F.N.C. 4; Student Council Representative 4. 



SUSAN LOUISE CHRISTIE Sue 

Friendship Club 3, 4; FT.A. 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Girls' Field Hockey 2; Spirits 4. 



SUSAN CAROL BREITSCH 



TIMOTHY CAMPBEULr 



DONNA CAPELLA Donna 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 3. 



BETTY ANN CIAMMAICHELLA Bet 

Friendship Club 3; Movie Club 3. 4. 



JOHN CHARLES CIMPERMAN 



RUTH BRONSTED 



RAYMOND WALTER BROW 



Bowling 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Spirits 4; 
Treasurer 4; Student Council Alternate 4; Varsity 
Chorale 4. 



BERNADETTE BROWN 



JIM BROWN Roger 

Cadet Band 2; Choral Masters 3; Marching Band 2. 



JUDITH ANN BROWN 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4. 



ROLAND MICHAEL BROWN Roily 

Big Show 2, 3; Fall Play 2, 3; Folk Club 4; Spring 
Play 2; Stage Craft Club 3. 



WENDY BROWN Wendy 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 4; Ma|orettes 2. 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Student Council Representative 2; 
Student Council Executive Board 3, 4; Swim Show 
3, 4; Wai Napolo 3. 4. 



WALTER BUBLY Bub 

Concert Band 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Historian; Letterman 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Boys' State 3. 



LAURA BUCKNOT Laura 

Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4. 



PAMELA BRIDGET BUDINSKY Ram 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 3; Humani- 
ties 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Girls' 
Basketball 2, 3; Girls' Volleyball 2, 3. 



JAMES BUKOVAC 



CAROL JEAN BURHENNE Carol 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2; F.T.A. 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3: Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; 
Talent Scouts 4; Hall Guard 4. 



RICHARD BUTLER 

F.B.L.A. 3; Golf Club 4; Wrestling 2. 



MARK ANTHONY CAPRETTA Corky 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Football 
2, 3. 4; J.V. Football 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Key Club 2. 3. 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3. 4; 
Panther 2; Varsity Chorale 4. 



TONI ANN CARANFA 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



ANITA CARDUCCI 



JIM CARMIGIANO Carm 

J,V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3; Track 2. 3, 4, 



GLEN EDWARD CAROFF Glen 

Transfer Student; Football 3, 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 
3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 4. 



JEFFREY JOSEPH CARRISH Jeff 

Big Show 3; Bowling 3; Choral Masters 3; Boys' 
Swim Leaders 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3; Varsity Chorale 4. 



NORMAN CARTER Noonie 

Soccer 3, 4. 



ARRILLA CASEY 



CAROLYN CASSTEVENS 



RALPH CEBRON 



JEANNETTE CELLURA 



ALICE CERCEK Dolly 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 4; Girls' Concert 
Choir 2, 3. 



SUSAN CERR 



SUSAN BECKER CHANDLER Sue 

Choral Masters 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Ski Club 2; 
Student Council Representative 4; Swim Show 2, 3, 4; 
Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; President 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



FRANK CHAPAS 



MICHAEL CINALLI 



JOHN CIVIC 



TIMOTHY CLASSEN 



WILLIAM CLEMENCE 



CATHLEEN CLEMENTS Casey 

Eucuyo 3, 4; FT A. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Humanities 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 
3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Spectrum 2; World Affairs Club 
3. 4; Treasurer 3; President 4. 



CHRISTINE CLINE 



CATHERINE CLOUSER 



BOB COATSWORTH 



LINDA COCHRAN Twin 

Cheerleader Substitutes 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; 

F.B.L.A. 3; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Ski Club 4; 
Spirits 4. 



SANDRA COCHRAN Twin 

Cheerleaders 2. Cheerleader Substitutes 2; Friendship 
Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Ski 
Club 4; Spirits 4. 



KENNETH CONGIN 



GARY LEE CONSILIO 



Gary 



JUDITH ANN COOLIDGE Jude 

Big Show 3, 4; Chevron Society 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Librarian; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3. 4 
Art Editor 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 
Vice President 4; G.L.C. 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Pep Band 
4; Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 3; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 4. 



DOUGLAS COONEY Doug 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 2; Cross Country 2; 
Boys' Gym Leaders 3; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. 



RONALD COONEY Ron 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Foremen's 
Club 4; Marching Band 2, 3; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 
2, 3, 4; Swim Show 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT DOWNING 

Transfer Student; J.V. Swim Team 3. 



CHRISTOPHER DOYLE 



ROBERT JOHN FERRIS 



LAURENE FIKE 



ROGER CORNWELL 



MARGARET DOYLE 



THOMAS FINK 



VIRGINIA CORSO 



PAMELA COSTANTINO 



RICHARD COUP 



BRIAN DALE COX B. C. 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 
4; Swim Show 3. 4; Varsity Swim Team 4; J.V. Swim 
Team 2. 



MARTIN DOYLE 

F.BL.A. 2, 3, 4, President. 



PATRICIA C. DOYLE Pat 

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



CAROL ANN DRAGOLICH 



MARLENE DUCCA 



ROBERT ANTHONY FIORELLI Fid 

Chess Club 3, 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. 



GREGORY FISHER 
Ski Club 3, 4. 



PAUL FITZGERALD 



Greg 



MICHAEL ANTHONY WILLIAM FOCARETO 

Mickey Mouse 
E-Room Activities 4; Student Council Representative 3. 



DALE RICH CRAGLE 
Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2. 



TIMOTHY DUFFY 



GARY DURICHKO 



KATHLEEN FOLK Kathy 

Co-op Students 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2. 



STEVEN CRAUN 
Transfer Student; F.T.A. 4. 



RICHARD RANDOLPH DVORAK 
Co-op Students 4; Magnum Club 4. 



THOMAS FOSTER 



JOHN CROSSON 



LARRY CROWN L. C. 

Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Key Club 2, 3; 

Letterman 3; Student Council Representative 2. 3: 
D.E.C.A. 4; Treasurer. 



CAROL ECHON 



LINDA ECKER 



ROBERT EDER 



STEPHEN CHARLES FOX 



KENNETH EDWARD FRAK Ken 

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



Football 2; Ski Club 3. 



VIRGINIA DADANTE 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 3. 



JOHN EDWARD EGNOT 



CHARLES FRALEY 



LINDA DAILEY T , ;, Linda 

A.F.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4. 



RICHARD PAUL DANCH 
Key Club 2, 3, 4. 



JANET EHLERT Jan 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
World Affairs Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4. 



THERESE EIERMANN 



AUDREY FRANCEL 



CAROL FRANCIS Carol 

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



BARBARA JEANNE DAUER Sunni 

Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; Girls' 
Concert Choir 4; Girls' Field Hockey 2; Talent 
Scouts 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



DONNA ROSE DAUGHERTY Donna 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; Spirits 4; Talent 
Scouts 4. 



BARBARA ANN EMSER Bobbie 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.N.C. 3, 4; Girls' 
Concert Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3. 



JAMES FRANCIS Jim 

Baseball 2; Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 4; 
E-Room Activities 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2; Pep 
Band 3, 4; Pit Band 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 4, Executive Board 4. 



KATHLEEN FRANK 



ARLENE DEMICO 
E-Room Activities 4. 



JAMES DE VINEY 



KATHLEEN DISCENZO Kathy 

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



WILLIAM DOEHRING 



LINDA DOLJACK 
Friendship Club 3. 



MARJORIE CLAIRE ENGEL Margie 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 3; Junior Editor 3; Senior 
Editor 4; Cheering Block 3; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spectrum 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



CYNTHIA ERICKSON 



WILLIAM FAIT 

P. A. Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 4. 



JACKSON JAMES FARRILL Boppin Stonewall 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Director 3; Treasurer 4; Letter- 
men's Club 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 4; Spirits 
3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
Junior Class Vice-President 3. 



MARTIN FRANK Marty 

A.F.S. 3; Big Show 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; President 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 3. 4; Euclidian Training Club 
2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Spirits 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; J.V. Swim Team 
2; Track 3; Tennis 2, 3. 



CAROL FRIEDMAN 



BARBARA FRIZZELL Barb 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Choral Masters 3; F.T.A. 4; Humanities 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Varsity Chorale 4. 



SUSAN JEAN FROST Sue 

Cadet Band 2. 3; Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 
3; F.N.C. 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Student Council 

Representative 3. 



KAREN DOREMUS Karen 

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



CLIFFORD FELDEN 



Ciift KARL FUCHS 



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ALBERT FUERST 



PAUL FUERST 
Transfer Student. 



PETER GOULIS Pete 

J,V. Baseball 2; Cross Country 2, 3; E-Room Activities 
4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen 2. 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Representative 4; Wrestling 2. 3, 4; Wrestling 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



THOMAS HALL 



LAWRENCE HANN 



ROBERT GALLINIS 



ROSEMARIE GRABITZ 
F.N.C. 3; F.T.A. 3. 



RUTH HANNIGAN Ruthie 

Transfer Student 3; Co-op Students 4; FB.L.A. 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Co-op Treasurer 4. 



RUTH GANSER 



MARY ELLEN GARISEK ~rL 

Friendstiip Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3," 4; t^ovie Clu 



CYNTHIIA LOUISE GRANT Cindy 

Cfioral Master; 3, 4; Girls' Concert Cfioir 2; Sopfio- 
more fulixed Ctioir 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 2, 3; Swim Stiow 2, 3, 4; Wai 
Napolo 2, 3, 4; Varsity Ctiorale 4. 



RICHARD HARPS 



ROBERT HARPS 



MARIANNE GARLING 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Projects Chaii 

Girls' Concert Ctioir 2, 3. 



KEITH GARLOCK 



Marianne 
lan 3, 4; 



PATRICIA ANNE GRIFFIN Patt 

Big Stlow 2, 3. 4; Eucuyo 3; Euclidian Training Club 
3; Fall Play 2. 3. 4; Folk Club 2, 3; Friendstiip Club 
3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; NFL. 3, 4; Outstanding Junior 
N.F.L. 3; Spring Play 2, 3. 



JACQUELIN KAY HARRIS Jackie 

Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Homecoming Queen 4; Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 3, 
4; Ski Club 2. 3: Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Sv^im Show 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer 4; Executive Board 4. 



JOHN GAVIN 



JERRY GRIFFITH 



JANET HARRIS 



PATRICIA GEDDES 



LINDA GRIMSIC 



JANICE HARRIS 



GERALD GRINSTEAD 



LAURIE HARRIS 



KATHLEEN GERLOSKY 



DENNIS GERMOVSEK 



CYNTHIA GERWIG 

Friendship Club 2; Cheering Block 3. 



Kathleen 


Dei 


iny 


Cii 


idy 



GAIL GRUNDMAN Gail 

Transfer Student; Co-op Students: I.Q.S. 4. 



KATHLEEN ELIZABETH GRYCAN Kathy 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2 



SUSAN HARRIS 



JO ANN HART 
Orchestra 2; Spectrum 4. 



ROSEMARY HARVAN 



BARBARA GESTEN 



BETTY GFELLER 



IRIS GIANFORTI 



PATRICIA GUARDO 



DAVID MICHAEL GUBANC 



Choral Masters 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Chairman 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 3; Student Council Representative 
3; Vice President 4; Usher 2, 3. 



WALTER HARWOOD 

Cadet Band 2; Golf Club 2, 3, 4. 



RONALD L. HAVENER 

Chess Club 3. 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA LOU GILLES 

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



BONNIE LEE GILES Bonnie 

Cadet Band 2. 3; Concert Band 4; Marching Band 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 
2; World Affairs Club 4. 



JOHN GILLES 



KEN STACEY GINSBURG Gross One 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 
2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



CARMELLA GIORANO 



SANDRA GJIVANOVICH 



GERALD GOLABOFF 



JAMES GUINTER 
Eucuyo 2 



Jesse 
; Key 



Humanities 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 
Club 2, 3, 4; Letlerman 2, 3, 4; Student 
Representative 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Eucuyo 
Poetry Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4. 



RENEE GULLO 



DOUGLAS STUART HACKLE Hack 

J.V. Basketball 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Cross Country 
4; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2; Key Club 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Track 2. 3, 4. 



BARRY HACKNEY 



LUBOMIRA HADZIMA Luba 

Big Show 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Volleyball 3; Girls' Field Hockey 2; Spirits 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4. 



JOHN ROBERT HAVRILEK 
J.V. Football 2; Movie Club 2, 



DAVID HAYS 



Hondo 
Ski Club 



GREG HAYS 



Laurie 



LAURA JOANNE HAYTAS ._. 
Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.C. 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 4; Majorettes 3. 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Choral 
Masters Executive Board 4; Usher 2, 3. 



CAROL LYNN HAYWARD Carol 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls' 



Concert Choir 2; Ski Club 
Representative 2. 



ALBERT HEFNER 



2, 3; Student Council 



KATHLEEN MARY GONAS 
Co-op Students 4. 



ELAINE GOODWIN 



Trudy 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette Substitute 3; Majorette 4; Spirits 4. 



JILL IRENE GOODWIN JIM 

Ad Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Board 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2. 



PAUL ALAN HAFFER ',';?."-,' Paul 

Foremen's Club 3; Key Club 2, 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 3. 



NANCY ELIZABETH HAGSTRAND Nancy 

Ad Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4; Student Supply Store 2, 3. 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
Survey News Editor 4; F.T.A. Executive Board 3, 4; 
Historian 3; Varsity Chorale 4. 



PAMELA HAHN 



MICHAEL KAREN HEGLAW Mike 

Big Show 2. 3; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Edi- 
torial Staff 3; Euclidian Training Club 3; Fall Play 2; 
G.L.C. 4; P. A. Club 3; N.F.L. 3; Prom Committee 3: 
Spring Play 2; Stage Craft Club 3; Swim Show 3. 



BRUCE HEHR 
Bowling 2. 



THOMAS HEHR 



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KAREE HEIGHTON 



JACK HOWELL 
Ski Club 4. 



WAYNE JERSAN Wayne 

Bowling Team 3, 4; Survey Editorial 3, 4. 



RONALD CALVIN HEINLEIN Ape Man 

Book Store 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Key Club 2, 
3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council Representative 4; Stu- 
dent Supply Store 2, 3, 4; Track 3. 



DONNA HEINT2 Donna 

Ski Club 3. 4; Survey Training Club 3. 



CAROL RUTH HEINZ Kelly 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Junior Red Cross 3; F.NC. 4; 
Girls' Concert Ctioir 2; N.F.L. 3, 4; Spectrum 4; 
Spring Play 2; Stage Craft Club 3, 4. 



JACQUELINE HOWITZ 



JOANNE HUBISH 

Transfer Student; Co-op Student 4. 



MATHILDA HUDOCK Cookie 

Transfer Student; Ctioral Masters 3. 4; Friendship 
Club 3, 4; FN.C. 3. 



JOHN ANTHONY HUEBNER John 

Key Club 2. 3; Tennis Team 2, 3, 



DANIEL EDWARD JEZERINAC Dan 

E-Room Activities 3. 4; Eucuyo 4; Folk Club 4; I.Q.S, 
3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 
4; Senior Cabinet 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 2. 



LINDA SUSAN JIMISON Linda 

Euclidian Training Club 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; FT. A. 2; 
Girls' Concert Choir 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 3. 



CHRISTOPHER JOCHUM 



DORIS HEISE 



VIOLET HELMS 



ROBERT HENIKAN 



GARY A. HERAK Fish 

Transfer Student; Golf Club 2; Track 2; Soccer 3, 4. 



LINDA ANN HERAK Linda 

Big Show 3. 4; Majorette Club 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



BARBARA HULL Barb 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 



CECILY HUNT Gee 

Choral Masters 2, 3, 4; Accompanist 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Copy Writer 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Friendship Club 2; FT. A. 3; G.L.C. 3. 4; Executive 
Board 4; Humanities 3. 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; Majorette Club 
2; Spirits 4; Varsity Chorale 4; Accompanist 4; Big 
Show 4. 



YVONNE HUNT 



MICHAEL JOLLY 



NICHOLAS JURANKO 



LINDA JURATOVAC 

Eucuyo 4; Folk Club 3, 4; Talent Scouts 2, 3, 4. 



KATHRYN LEE KALAN Katie 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
F.B.L.A. 2; E-Room Activities 4; Majorettes 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Spirits 4; Head Majorette 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Cheering Block 3. 



TIMOTHY HIGHLAND 



LAURA CATHRYN HITCHCOX Hodge 

Sophomore Mixed Chorr 2; Survey Editorial Staff 4; 
Survey Training Club 3; Talent Scouts 4. 



ROBERT HYLKEMA 



EDWARD IRVINE 



NANCY KANE Nancy 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 3; 

Homecoming Court 2; Majorette Club 2; Ski Club 
2, 3. 



DOROTHY HOCEVAR Ralph 

Cadet Band 2, 3; F.NC. 3; Marching Band 2, 3. 



CAROL IVANCIC Carol 

F.N C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 



RUSSELL DEAN KANE Monk 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Chevron Society 4; 
Concert Band 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 
3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts 3, 4; Band 
Sergeant 4. 



LORETTA HOCEVAR 
Co-op Student. 



THOMAS HOFFMAN 



WILMA JAGODNIK 



MARY ELLEN JAKLIC 



REBECCA ANN KAPFERER Becky 

Fall Play 4; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3; Girls' Con- 
cert Choir 2. 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Cheering Block 3; 
Spectrum 2; Talent Scouts 2. 



NOREEN HOGE 



BENEDICT JAKUBEN 



JOSEPH JOHN KAPLER Joe 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 4; Soccer Team 
3, 4; Captain 4. 



RICHARD JAMES LOUIS HOLLOWAY Rick 

A.F.S, 2; Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
3, 4; Key Club 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Top 
Band Sergeant 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep 
Band 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; 
Student Council Representative 2, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 2. 3. 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; Treasurer 3; Business Manager 4; Swim Show 
3; Tennis 2, 3; N.H.S. Vice President 4. 



BRUCE NOEL HOPPERT Bruce 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; 
E-Room Activities 2, 3. 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 
2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 4. 



TIM HORGAN 



CAROL ANN HORNA Carol 

Friendship Club 3; Student Council Representative 2. 



LINDA MONTROSE HORSEY Lynn 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Girls' Concert 
Choir 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 



JILL SUSAN JANDA Jill 

Big Show 3; Chevron Society 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 
3; Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
F.TA. 2. 3, 4; Humanities 3. 4; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Marching Band 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Orchestra 3, 4; Pep Band 3; Pit Band 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Survey Business Staff 3; Varsity Chorale 4. 



DUANE JARC Deejah 

Chess Club 3. 4; President 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



MARGARET ANN JARVIS Marg 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Secretary 4; Friendship Club 2. 3, 4; 
Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4; Cheering Block 3. 



ROSEMARIE JAZBINSKl 



Ros 



narie 



Big Show 4; Cadet Band 3; Concert Band 4; Friend- 
ship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 
3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Ski 
Club 2, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; President 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Survey 
Training Club 3; Talent Scouts 2, 4. 



MIKE KARPINECZ Mike 

Transfer Student; Baseball 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Boys' 
Gym Leaders 3; Track 4. 



DIANE LAUREL KARRER Diane 

Big Show 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
I.Q.S. 3. 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 
3, 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; Assistant Circulation Manager 3; Circulation 
Manager 4. 



NANCY EILEEN KASELAK Migit 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; 
Homecoming Court 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Varsity Chorale 4. 



DIANE JEAN KASTELLIC 



LORRAINE MARIE KATTLER 
E-Room Activities 4; Folk Club 4. 



ROBERT HOURY 



LAWRENCE JEDLICKA 



VAUGHN KAVON 



JOSEPH A. HOWE Turtle 

Folk Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Swim Show 2; Wrestling 3. 



DAVID JEPPE 



ROGER RAY 



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MARY KEARNS 



HELENE KEKIC 



LINDA LOUISE KOETH Lin 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 
4; Girls' Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 



JOAN ROSALIND KROPF Joanie 

GL.C. 4; Ski Club 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Girls' Track 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Girls' Field Hockey 
2, 4; Captain 4; Swim Show 3, 4. 



CORRINE MARY KELLER 
Majorette Club 2; Ski Club 4. 



PAUL RICHARD KELLER 

Bowling 4; Student Council Representative 4. 



DOROTHY LYNN KOLEGAR 
Friendship Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 



RICHARD LEE KOLESAR Dick 

Football 3. 4; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 



KATHLEEN LOUIS KRYSTY Kathy 

Political Affairs Club 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; 
Spectrum 4; World Affairs Club 4. 



MOLLIS KULKA 

Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 3; Spirits 4. 



DEBORAH KELLEY 



GAIL SUE KEMPKE Gay 

Cadet Band 2; Marching Band 2; Ski Club 3. 4. 



LINDA MARIE KOPNISKE 
F.N.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN E. KORDET 

Girls' Concert Choir 2; N.F.L. 2. 



CHARLES ALLEN KUNSMAN Chuck 

Transfer Student; Baseball 2; Boys' Swim Leaders 4, 



JOYCE KUROWSKI 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 3, 4. 



NORENE KENDLE 



DAVID ALAN KERSHAW Dave 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 2. 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Key Club 2, 3; 
Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 4; Pit Band 4; 
Ski Club 4; Spirits 3; Swim Show 2; Varsity Swim 
Team 4; Talent Scouts 4; Wai Nappio 2. 



OLGA KOREN Olga 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2. 



JAMES THOMAS KORTHALS 



DAVID PAUL KURRENT Dave 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Band 
4; Pit Band 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



JOSEPH KUSAR 



JOHN KESZENHEIMER 



NICHOLAS KOSEC 



JOHN LAMPERT 



ROSALIND KEVER 



CAROLYN THERESE KOSTANSEK Carol 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 3. 



LELAND LANCE 



CLIFTON KIMES 



DALE KOVACH 



KAREN BARBARA KOVACH 



SUSAN MARIE LAND Susl 

Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4 
Manager 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; Fall Play 4 
Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 
I. OS. 3. 4; Talent Scouts 4. 



RAYMOND KING 



SUSAN KINKELAAR r ,-, , Sue 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Business Staff 2; Language Lab Assistant 4. 



JAMES RICHARD KIRK 



STEPHEN F. KIRK Steve 

Baseball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Choral Masters 3; 
J.V. Football 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 
2, 3, 4. 



JAMES KIRO Jim 

Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL ANN KOVACIC 

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



DENNIS MICHAEL KOVALSKI./V 
Transfer Student. i' 



NANCY KO.'EZSDI 



KATHLEEN KOWALSKI 



WILLIAM LANGA 



THOMAS LANGHAM 



LYNNE PATRICIA LARDIN 



CHERRY KITSOS 



Cherry 



CHRISTINE ANN THERESA KOWICKI Chris 

Big Show 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Orchestra 3. 4; 
Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2. 



KAREN KOZELY 



Lynne 

Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Friendship Club 3; Student Council Representative 3; 
Survey Business Staff. 



ROY RALPH LARICK III Roy 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Big Show 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; Fall Play 
4; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2; NFL. 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Ski Club 2. 3. 4; Spirits 4; Sophomore Play 2; Key 
Club Executive Board 4. 



LAWRENCE LAUB 



Larry 



RICHARD KLEBER 



ROBERT KARL KLEINHENZ 
J.V. Wrestling 2, 3. 



RICHARD KLEMENC 



BEVERLY KMET 

Friendship Club 3; Ski Club 4. 



ALICE KOZLOWSKI 
Transfer Student. 



KATHLEEN KRALL 



KENNETH MICHAEL KOCH Ken 

Cadet Band 2; Key Club 2; Marching Band 2; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 



FRANCES KOCJANCIC iT? 

Co-op 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.'C.'A. : 



SHIRLEY MARY KRAPENCE Shirley 

Cheering Block 3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Executi\e Board 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Home- 
coming Committee 2; Ski Club 4; Majorettes 3, 4, 
Head Majorette 4; Majorette Club 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD KRASCH 



VALERIE E. LAURENCE 



NANCY LAVIGNA 
Majorette Club 2. 



BRUCE LEICHER 



RUSSELL EDWARD LEISENHEIMER The Leis 

Big Show 3; E-Room Activities 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Key 
Club 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3. 4; Co-Editor-in- 
Chief 4. 



REBECCA LEISTER Becky 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sopho- 
more Mixed Choir 2; Humanities 3; Ski Club 4. 



DAVID KRASKA 



David JOHN LELAND 



SUSAN LEMM 



ELLA LOVEJOY 



MARJORIE MANN 



PAULINE LEONI 



DANIEL LESKIEWICZ 



P°lly JOSEPH LOVSIN 



GEORGE STEVENSON LOWRY 



Baseball 2, Basketball 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3; ^ ^ 3 3 ^. ^^^ ^^^^ j, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
Letterman J, 4. 3 ^. spir|,s 3 4. president 4. 



CAROL LUBE 



Carol 



PATRICIA ANN LETANOSKY Patti 

Choral Masters 3; Girls' Concert Choir 2: Humanities 

3- Student Council Representative; Varsity Chorale 4. F.B.L.A, 3; Girls' Concert Choir 3; National Honor 

Society 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Survey 
Business Staft 4; Survey Training Club 3; G.AA. 3. 



MICHAEL LEWAND 



Mike 



JUDITH LUCKAY Judy 

Book Store 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; 

JEANETTE MARI LEWIS Red Majorette Club 3. ~ 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, ' 

3. 4, President 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 

Representative 4; Talent Scouts 4. 



RONALD LEWIS Ron 

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



NANCY LUDEK 



GARY L. LUKAT 

Key Club 2; Stamp Club 3, 4. 



Nancy 



PATRICK JAMES MANN I 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3; Concert Band 3, 
Fall Play 2, 3; Marching Band 3. 4; Orchestra 2, 
4; PA. Club 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Spring Play 2, 
Varsity Chorale 4. 



JOSEPH C. MANNARINO 
Transfer Student; Bowling 4. 



ROBERT MANSUY 



KENNETH L. MANTEY Ken 

A.F.S. 4; Camera Club 3; Boys' Swim Leaders 4; 
Homecoming Committee 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Science Seminar 3. 4; Student Council President 
4; Swim Show 3; J.V. Swim Team 2; Winter Festival 
Committee 4. 



MICHAEL ALLAN MANT2 Mike 

Humanities 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3. 



STEVEN J. MARKUZ 



TOMMY ORIN LEWIS Tom 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Con- 
cert Band 2. 3; Marching Band 2; Math Club 2; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Pit Band 
2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2. 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



DONALD LUPO 



JACQUELYN LUSHIN 



Don JOHN MAROLT John 

Key Club 4; Spirits 4; Swim Show 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



WILLIAM MIKOLIC 



DAVID LEON LIEBERWORTH Dave 

Chess Club 4; Humanities 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 
3, 4; President 4; Science Seminar 3, 4. 



JOHN LIPNICKI 



DEBRA LIPSTREUER Lip 

A.F.S. 3. 4; E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2; 
Junior Cabinet 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Ski 
Club 2. 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 2, 3; Swim Show 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3. 4; 
Staff Editor Survey 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



LESLIE LITTLE 



GERALD THOMAS LUTZ Tom 

Transfer Student; Baseball 2, 3. 4; Football 2; J.V. 
Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 



SHERRY MACAUL Mac 

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



WILLIAM MACDONALD 



PAMELA ANN MADDEN Part 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 2, 3; Choral Masters 4; Euclidiar 
Training Club 3; Friendship Club 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Secretary 4. 



KATHERINE JANE MARTEN Kathy 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Faculty 
Editor 3; Identification Editor 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Folk Club 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3. 4; Humanities 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3; Spirits 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



BARBARA RAE MARTIN Barb 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; G.L.C. 4; Homecoming Committee 2; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3, 4; Student Supply 
Store 3, 4; Manager 4; Spirits Secretary 4. 



ROBERT MARTIN 



NORM WILLIAM LOCKER Stick Shift 

Foremen's Club 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4. 



DOLORES V, LOGAR Lori 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 
4; Ski Club 4. ^:- 



NANCY CAROL LOHREY 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
Editorial Staff 3, 4. 



KAREN LOHRKE 



JESSICA LONCALA 

Fall Play 2; Folk Club 4; F.T.A. 



Nancy 
Survey 



2, 3; Prom Con 



PEGGY ANN MAGAS 



LYNN JANE MAORI 



SUSAN MAHUSKY Sue 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Finalist 3; Eucuyo 4; Euclid- 
ian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
G.L.C. 3. 4; Vice-President 4; Humanities 3, 4; Girls' 
State 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Cheering Block 2; I.Q.S. 4. 



SHEILA MALANEY 
Transfer Student. 



TERRY MALECKAR 



TIM C. MASEK Tim 

Big Show 3. 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim 

Leaders 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; 
Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4. 



JACQUELINE ELIZABETH MASON Jackie 

Cheerleaders 2; Cheerleader Substitute 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; 
G L.C. 2. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Junior Cabinet 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



MICHAEL MASTIC Mike 

Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Football 2. 



WILLIAM MATALA 
Transfer Student. 



PAMELA LONG 'f^^:^ Pam 

Big Show 3; E-Room Activities 4; Eucuyo 4; Art 
Editor 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Ski Club 3; 
Stage Craft Club 2; Survey Editorial Staff 2. 



SHARENE LONG 



ROBERT MALNAR 
Football 3, 4. 



CHRIS MANDEL 

Baseball 2; Bowling 3; D.E.C.A. 

Key Club 2, 3. 



Chris 
lident 4; 



GREGORY LOPEZ 



JANET M. MATIC 



FRANK MATCH Frank 

Baseball 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3. 



PATRICIA MATYJASIK 



MARILYN ANN MANN Marty 

Friendship Club 3; F.N.C. 3; F.T.A. 3; Movie Club 4; 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 2. 



LOUIS J. MAVRICH 
Football 3; J.V. Football 
ling 3; J.V .Wrestling 2. 



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JEFFREY MAY Jeff 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2. 



LESLIE f^cARTHUR 



Les 



A.F.S. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 2; Treasurer 
3; Executive Board 4; Spectrum 2, 3. 



f^ARYANN McBEE 



CAROLE MILLER Carole 

A.F.S. 3. 4; E-Room Activities 4; Prom Committee 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Track 2; Girls' Tennis 3; 
Spirits 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 3; Swim Sfiow 2. 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4. 



GLENN S. MILLER e=^^ Glenn 

Big Sfiow 3; Chevron Society 2^ 3, 4; Choral Masters 
4; Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; 
Orchestra 4; Pep Band 2; Pit Band 2; Talent Scouts 
2, 3, 4. 



DOLORES NAINIGER 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



SANDRA LEE NAPP Sandy 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4. 



KARLENE NAUTH 
F.N.C. 4. 



WALTER MCCARTNEY 



THOMAS MILLER 



NANCY ANN NAWOR 
Eucuyo 4; Ski Club 4. 



JANET R. McCAULEY 



LINDA MINNILLO 



GEORGE NEFF 



CHARLES BOWMAN McCRACKEN Chuck 

Cross Country 3; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 2, 3; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2. 



KEN McFADDEN 



JUDITH MISCH 



KENNETH EDWARD MOG 
Winter Play 4. 



RICHARD ALLEN NEFF 
Track 2. 



JAMES NEIDERMEYER 



CHARLES L. MCLAUGHLIN Chuck 

Choral Masters 3; Football 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Lettermen's Club 4: 
Letterman 4; Talent Scouts 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



KEITH McMANNES 



VINCENT MONATERI 
Chess Club 3, 4. 



FRED MOONEY 



JOHN MOONEY 



ROBERT MICHAEL NEWCOMB 
Foremen's Club 4. 



KIRK NICHOLSON 



CYNTHIA MCMILLAN 



PATRICIA LOUISE SUSANNE McMULLEN Pat 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Movie Club 4. 



CURTIS WALTER McRAE Curt 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 



MARY RITA MOONEY 
Friendship Club 4. 



JAMES MOORE Jim 

Cross Country 2. 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Letterman 2, 3. 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Track 2. 3. 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, 



MARY NORMAN 



SANDRA LOUISE NORRIS Sandy 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Friendship Club 3; Marching Band 
2, 3. 



THOMAS McREDMOND 



JUDY MEAKER 



THOMAS MEDLIN Dimples 

Bowling 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2. 



PATRICIA A. MOORE 



MARGARET MARIE MORGAN 



THOMAS WILLIAM MORRIS 



ERIC NURMI Rick 

A.F.S. 2, 3. 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3; Fall Play 3; 
Golf Club 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Ski Club 3. 4; Spirits 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 2, 3; Executive Board 4; World 
Affairs Club 2, 3. 



BRIAN NUSKER 



PAUL MEHOLLIN 



PATRICK JOSEPH MEIGHAN Pat 

Chevron Society 3, 4; Choral Masters 4; Concert Band 
2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; Orchestra A, Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 3. 4; 
Ski Club 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Assistant Ad 
Manager 3; Ad Manager 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; 
Survey Training Club 2; Swim Show 2, 3; Varsity 
Swim Team 4; J.V. Swim Team 2; Wai Napolo 2. 



Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F,^;C. 2; F.T.A. 4; Language 
Lab Assistant 3. 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3. 



CRAIG STUART MOSS 



KATHLEEN JANICE MRAMOR " Kathy 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3. 4. 



GREGORY D. MUCCI Mooch 

Cadet Band 2, 4; Concert Band 3. 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; 
Key Club 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 3, 4; 
Pit Band 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Train- 
ing Club 2. 



BURKS OAKLEY II Burks 

Camera Club 3, 4; Chevron Society 2, 3; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



JOHN L. O'CONNELL 
World Affairs Club 4. 



LYNN MARIE OKER 



LINDA A. MELNIKAS 
Friendship Club 2; N.F.L. 2. 



THOMAS MEROS T.M. 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Key 

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



VAL M. MIKLAUSICH Val 

J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2; 
Indoor Track 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 



KAY MARIE MUIR ft'ij.f' Kay 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Co-op "Students 4; Majorette 
Club 2; D.E.C.A. 4. 



KATHRYN MURPHY Kathy 

Co-op Students 4; Vice-President 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Language Lab 
Assistant 3, 4. 



LINDA MURRAY 



LUCILLE LEONORA OLIVERIO Luci 

Big Show 3; Chevron Society 2r Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Homecoming Committee 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 
3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 2; Exec- 
utive Board 3, 4; Drama Workshop 2. 



THOMAS OMAHEN 



WILLIAM MIKOLIC 



SUSAN MUSCENTI 



DAVID ONDERDONK 
Fall Play 2. 



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GEORGEANN ORLANDO 



ore Mixed Choir 2 



George 

D.E.CA 



CHERYL EILEEN OYLER 

Choral Masters 3. Friendship Club 3 



Girls' Concert Choii 
Survey Business Staff 
Chorale 4. 



Che 
F.B.L A. 4 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4 
Talent Scouts 4; Varsit) 



Jude 
Club 2; 



JUDITH ANNE PERKO 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Euclidian Ti 
Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; 
Executive Board 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Sopho- 
more Mixed Choir 2; Junior Cabinet 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Student Supply Store 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3. 4; Survey Training Club 2, 



MARILYN W. PERKO 



ROBERT ALLYN PODBOY 
Magnum Club 3, 4. 



MARGARET JEAN POGRAIS 
A.F.S. 4j Friendship Club 2. 4; F.N.C 
retary 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
Student Council Representative 3; S 
Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 



Margaret 

, 3, 4; Sec- 

lub 4; Spectrum 3; 

: Survey Business 

World Affairs Club 



ROGER L. PALES 



Roger DONALD M. PERRY 



GAIL PATRICIA POLLY Gail 

Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 3; Math Club 2; Spectrum 
3, 4. '^U- 



GEORGETTA PALKO ANITA PESEC Chiqulta 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L. A. 2, Cadet Band 3; Marching Band 3. 
Girls' Concert Choir 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 3, Talent Scouts 3. 



MARVIN POLO 



DANIEL PALUMBO 



LINDA MARIE PESTOTNIK Pestot 

Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Qgn Majorette Club 3. 4; Majorette Substitutes 4; Student 

Council Representative 2; Talent Scouts 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



AGNES ANN POPOVIC 



DEBORAH D. PORTIK 



Agl 



SHIRLEE PAPALKO 



Shirl 



NICOLETTE PETARDI Nicky 

i^»'^^r'- f-"°°'^ *'=''"'''" 2/ V ^""''"Jl" ^rVTV FN.C. 2; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Talent 

Staff 3; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2; sroiits 4 

Homecoming Committee 2; Majorette Club 2; Ski Club •=>-'^"'=> •*■ 
2, 3; Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



MARY ANN POTOCAR 



LORRAINE PARULIS 



MARILYN PARZIALE 



GERALD ALAN PETERS Jerry 

Transfer Student; P. A. Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 
2, 3; Spring Play 3. 



Marilyn RAYMOND A. PETRO Ray 
Concert Band 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3; Marching 
' ' 3; Track 2; 



DARLA JEAN PASTEUR .,„ Prudence 

E-Room Activities 4; FolkClub 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Spectrum 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3. 4; Survey SHARON ANNE PETROVICH 
Training Club 2; Talent Scouts 3, 4. Fall Play 4; Majorette Club 2. 



KATHLEEN POWERS 



JAMES M. POZAR 
J.V. Football 2. 



DONNA PRAZNOVSKY 



CAROL SUSAN PRED Carol 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 



KATHLEEN ANN PAUSIC Kathi 

Choral Masters 3; Folk Club 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 
3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 4; World Affairs 
Club 4. ! 



BARBARA PAVIS 
Girls' Concert Choir 4. 



CYNTHIA J. PHELPS 



DONNA MARIE PHILLIPS Donna 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Presi- 
dent 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4. 



FRANK EDWARD PICCIRILLO 



RICHARD J. PREZTAK 



RANDOLPH JAMES PRICE Randy 

Camera Club 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Sopho- 
more Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 2. 3, 4; Executive 
Board 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 2; 
I.Q.S. 4. 



RAY E. PAVLIK 



RICHARD J. PIETRO 



JOAN PRILESON 



SHARON PAWLECHKO Sherry 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; Spectrum 
3, 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



ROBERT RICHARD PIGNATIELLO Bob 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2. 



LINDA S. PRIORESCHI Resh 

Big Show 2, 3; Cheerleader Substitutes 3; E-Room 
Activities 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Fall Play 3; N.F.L. 3. 4; 
Panther 4; Spring Play 2; Talent Scouts 4. 



ROBERT K. PEARN 



NANCY PEARSON 



DALE J. PECJAK 



ALAN EARL FILLER Al 

J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Country 2. 3; Key Club 2, 
3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4. 



RICHARD A. PISCOPO 



VICTORIA A. PRIORESCHI 



QUAY PROCTOR Quay 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4. 



JOSEPHINE PERCIC Josi 

Ski Club 2, Girls' Basketball 3; Friendship Club 2. 



PATTY J. PIWOWAR 



JAMES E. PIZMOHT 
Baseball 2. 



ROBERT C. PULVER 



WILLIAM PULVER 



CHARLES M. PEREKSTA Chuck 

Bowling 2. 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3; Co-Ed Volleyball 4. 



CLIFFORD W. PLOTT 



LINNEA BETH PURVIS LinneS 

Folk Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 4. 



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DALE EDITH RACICH Dale 

AF.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader Substitutes 2; Choral 
Masters 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; G.L.C. 3, 4; President 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Spirits 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; Executive Board 3, 4. 



JAMES H. ROBERTS Oxnard 

Baseball 2; Bowling 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3,4; 
Golf Club 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN ROBERTS 



ANN MARIE SARICH 



MICHAEL JAMES SAVARIN Mike 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Golf Club 2; Key Club 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD CARL RAYMOND 



WILLIAM RECHNITZER 



PAULA JOAN REDDING 

Big Show 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 



Paula 
Chevron So- 
Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Pit Band 
2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 2, 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; Executive Board 3. 4. 



SUSAN MARIE ROBERTS 
Co-op Students 4; F.B.L.A. 



PATRICIA S. ROCK Pat 

Big Show 3, 4; Cheerleaders 2; Choral Masters 4; 
Eucuyo 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Assistant 
Photo Editor 3; Photo Editor 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; G.L.C. 4; Humanities 4; Spectrum 3; Varsity 
Chorale 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



WILLIAM ROCKWELL 



GARY M. SAWYER Buzz 

Baseball 2, 3; Big Show 2, 3; Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Hu- 
manities 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Play 2, 3; Talent Scouts 2, 3, 4. 



MICHELE SCACCO 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 



LEONARD MICHAEL SCHADE 
Transfer Student. 



JAMES A. REED 

Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2, 



PATRICIA REES 



JOHN S. REESE 
Track 2. 



CHERI A. ROGALINER Regie 

Friendship Club 2; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; Ski Club 
2, 3; Girls' Volleyball 2; Spirits 3; Student Council 
Representative 3, 



JOYCE ROHLKE 



KATHLEEN SCHASER Kathy 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls' Volleyball 2, 3; Girls' 
Track 2; Girls' Field Hockey 2; Wai Napolo 3. 



LINDA LEE SCHEIBEL Scheib 

Concert Band 2, 3. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4: Treasurer 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4. 



DENNIS J. REINKE 



JAMIE ROSE 



SANDRA CHRISTINE SCHERVISH Sandy 

Cheerleaders 2; F.T.A. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Historian 4; 

Cheering Block 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Winter Festival 
Court 3. 



JOAN M. REINKE 



THOMAS LEE RENNINGER Tom 

AF.S. 4; Camera Club 2; Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Boys' 
Swim Leaders 3, 4; I OS. 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 
4; N.F.L. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Band 
4; Student Council Representative 3: Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Manager 4; Swim Show 3, 4; J.V. Swim 
Team 2. 



MARTHA LOUISE ROSS Marti 

Cadet Band 2, 4; Choral Masters 3; Concert Band 
3, 4; Folk Club 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 
2, 3. 4; Pit Band 4; Political Affairs Club 2; Girls' 
Track 2, 3. 4; Spectrum 4. 



NOREEN ROSSI 



DENISE ANN SCHEURMAN Dee 

Friendship Club 3. 4; F.N.C. 4; Girls' Concert Choir 
2, 3, 4; President 4; Student Council Representative 



VERONICA SCHIMES Veronica 

F.N.C. 4; Student Council Representative 4. 



ROBERT G. RESSLER 



ROBERT L. REXRODE 



JOHN MC CUNE RICE Wheat 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 3; Fall Play 4; Boys' Gym 
Leaders 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Key Club 2, 
3, 4; Senior Director 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



EILEEN SHIRLEY ROTH Eileen 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.C. 3. 4; Marching Band 
3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



CONNIE RUSCITTO 



DAVID RUSSELL 



LOUISE M. SCHIMPF Skimpy 

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



CAROL JUNE SCHMIDT Carol 

Friendship Club 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Major- 
ette Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Spirits 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Gymnastics Club 
2; Cheering Block 3; Language Lab Assistant 3. 



ROSEMARIE SCHMITT 



JAMES ALAN RIEDER 
Cross Country 4; Track 3, 4. 



EDWARD SABINSKY Eddie 

E-Room Activities 3; Foremen's Club 4. 



ARTHUR SCHNEIDER 



DANIEL SCHNEIDER 



HELENE MARIE RIGGS 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



ALAN ST. JOHN 



GARY ANN SCHNELL 



JEREMY A. RITZU 



MARCIA R. RIXIE 



LINDA SAJEWSKI 



KATHRYN JEAN SALISBURY Sals 

Ad Club 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Student Director 4; Folk 
Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 3. 



NORMAN CHARLES SCHOEN 
Basketball 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN SCHROEDER Kathy 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Majorette Club 3. 



NANCY J. ROBB Nancy 

Concert Band 2, 3. 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; Historian 4; Swim Show 
2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH SANDA Joe 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 4; Marching Band 2, 
3, A; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4. 



NANCY SUSAN SCHUBERT Susie 

F.N.C. 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choir 3; Ski Club 4. 



ELLEN N, SCHULTZ Amos 

E-Room Activities 4; Foll< Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3. 4; 
Movie Club 4; Ski Club 4. 



DONNA SERKSNIS 



RICHARD SIRL 

J.V. Basketball 2; Soccer 3, 4. 



LINDA JEAN SCHULTZ Schuitzie 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Humanities 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 3, 4; Girls' 
Field Hockey 2. 



CAROL ELLEN SESTAK Carol 

Choral Masters 4; FrienrJship Club 3; Girls' Concert 
Choir 2, 3; Student Council Representative 4. 



JAMES J. SISKA 



DONALD ARTHUR SCHULZ 
Magnum Club 4. 



NANCY ELIZABETH SCHUTT Nancy 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Cheering Block 3. 



JAMES RALPH SCHUTTE Jim 

Humanities 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 4; Orches- 
tra 2, 3, 4. 



DIANE E. SHAFER 



KATHLEEN SHARON Kathy 

Big Show 3; E-Room Activities 4; Eucuyo 4; Fall 
Play 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Humanities 3, 4; 
Panther 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Spirits 
4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. 



VANCE R, SHERMAN 



STEVEN CHARLES SIVEC 



SHARON LYNNE SKEIVIS Sharon 

Friendship Club 4; N.F.L. 2; Cheering Block 3, 4. 



NORENE SKERLY " Norene 

Cheering Block 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; F.TA. 4; 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Majorettes 3. 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3. 4; Talent Scouts 4; Usher 3. 



JAMES DALE SCHWABAUER Jim 

Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 
2; Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN SCHWABAUER Schvirabs 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; Folk Club 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Boys' 
Gym Leaders 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3; 
J.V. Swim Team 3. 



BETTY SCHWANE Betty 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Student Council Representative 



JANALYN SHINOSKY 
Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 



LAWRENCE THOMAS SHIRK 



3; Key Club 3; 



Larry 
Spring 



SUE NANCY SIEFERT 

Fall Play 2; Friendship Club 3; G A.A. 2. 3. 4; 
Science Sen 



Girls' Field Hockey 2; Spirits 
Staft 4; Survey Training Club 3. 



4; Survey Business 



KAREN SKOLARIS 

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



Karen 

4; Girls' Concert 



Sandy 

;lidian 



SANDRA LEE SKRLJ 

Chevron Society 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3 
Editorial Staft 3. 4; Copy Writer 3; Copy Editor 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; Humanities 3. 4; Marching 
Band 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; President 
4; G.A.A. 2. 3; Pep Band 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Spectrum 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



MARION SCHWARZ Marine 

Friendship Club 2, 3: F.T.A. 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Sur- 
vey Training Club 2. 



ROBERT SIKORSKI Bob 

Eucuyo 2. 3, 4; Fall Play 2; Youth Council on Human 
Relations 2, 3; Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Treasurer 
3; Vice President 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Humanities 3, 4. 



RICHARD SMEKEL 



ROBERT SCOTT Scottie 

Football 3. 4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's Club 4: 
Letterman 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 



JOLENE SEAY 



JAMES MICHAEL JOSEPH SIMONE Chico 

Big Show 3; Euclidian Training Club 3; Key Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4. 



NANCY SMERDEL 
Friendship Club 3. 



DONNA DEAN SMITH 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 

Affairs Club 3; Ski Club 3. 



Donna 

Political 



THOMAS L. SEDDON Tom 

Baseball 2, 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
E-Room Activities Executive Board 4; Football 3. 4; 
Co-Captain 4; J.V. Football 2, Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore Director 2; Vice-President 3; President 4; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2; Wrestling 3. 4; J.V Wrestling 2; N.A.S.S. 3, 4, 
Letterman 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 
3, 4; Vice-President 4. 



ROBERT FRANCIS SIMONE 



DONNA SIMPSON Sam 

A.F.S. 3. 4; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 3. 4; Spectrum 
4; Language Lab Assistant 3. 4. 



DONNA LOUISE SMITH Donna 

Cheering Block 3; Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 2. 



FREDRICK SHERMAN SMITH 



IRENE SEDMAK 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3. 



NED JOHN SIMPSON Ned 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2: Key 
Club 2. 3, 4; Lettermi " ' " 

Movie Club 2. 3. 4; 



JOHN MARK SMITH Smitty 

Bowling 2; Cadet Band 2; Folk Club 4; J.V. Football 
2; Golf Club 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN M. SEEKATZ 



VERONIKA SEIBERT 
World Affairs Club 4. 



PATRICIA ANN SINCLAIR Pat 

A.F.S. 4; Friendship Club 3; Spectrum 3, 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 4; Survey Training Club 2, 3; World 
Affairs Club 3. 4. 



MARY KAY SMITH 



LARRY SELEPAK 



JANET SEPCHINSKI 



ALLAN SINKOVIC 

Choral Masters 3; Sophomore Mixed Choii 
Student Council Repres 



Sink 
N.F.L. 
urvey 



Training Club 2; Wrestling 4; J.V. Wrestling 2; 



RICHARD ALLEN SMITH 



DOLORES SOBE 



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DANIEL SOBLESKY 



JOHN SPECK Chi-Chi 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Football 2. 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 
4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 4. 



JULIE STOPKO 



QUENTIN F. STOUT 
Cadet Band 2; Chess Club I 
Concert Band 3, 4; Eucuyo 2. 
2, 3; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. 



Quent 

3, 4; Captain 3, 4; 
Math Club 2; N.F.L. 



JO ANN SVETIN Joseph 

E-Hoom Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; 
Friendship Club 3; Girls' Concert Choir 2; Majorette 
Club 3; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Talent 
Scouts 4. 



GLENN SWANSON 



SHELLEY GAY SPIVACK Shelley 

E-Roorti Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Stage Craft Club 



JOSEPH STRAUS 



RONALD SWEED 



LYNDA JAY SPOKAS Lynda 

Friendship Club 2; N.F.L. 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; Prom Committee 2. 



ROBERT SPRING 



LEONARD STRAUSS 



LANA JEAN STRELL Lana 

E-Room Activities 3; Ma|orette Club 2; Student Coun- 



cil Representative 2. 



GREGORY HOWARD SWEIGERT Greg 

Big Show 2, 3; Fall Play 3; Sophomore Play 2; Stage 
Manager 3; Stage Craft Club 2, 3, 4, 



CAROL SWITZER Swiss 

Cheering Block 3; Friendship Club 3; Student Council 
Representative 2, 3; Swim Show 3; Wai Napolo 3. 



MARK SPRINGER 



SANDRA JANE STRITOF 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 



3, 4; Ski Club 2. 



ERNEST SZALAY 



CLAUDIA RAE STALLINGS 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3', F.T.A, 

ing Band 2, 3; Spectrum 4. 



Claudia 
; March- 



JULIE ANN STROMBERG 
Transfer Student; Friendship Club 
4; Ski Club 4. 



Goldielockes 
F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 



MICHAEL SZEWCYK 



LEAH STANKEWICZ 

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



PATRICIA STROMBERG 
Transfer Student. 



PEGGY ANN TARANTINO 

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



ROGER STARMAN 



KAREN ANN STEELMAN 

Big Show 3; D.E.C.A. 4; Folk Club 3, 



SHIRLEY STEFANOW 



Jack 
Sophomore 
1, 4; Junior 
Lettermen's 
4; National 
3; Student 



JOHN W. STRUNK 

Chora! Masters 4; E-Room Activities 4; 

Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 

Cabinet 3; President 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4 

Club 4; Letterman 2, 3. 4; N.A.S.S. 2. 3 

Honor Society 3. 4; Prom Committee 

Council Representative 3, 4; Swim Show 2, 3, 4; 

Varsity Swim Team 2. 3. 4; Co-Captain 4; Wai Napolo 



Shirley NANCY STRYJEWSKI 



JAMES ARTHUR STEIN Jim kATHRYN MARY STUBER 

Folk Club 3; Math Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH FRANCIS TAVERNELLI II 
Golf Club 3, 4. 



DONNA TAYLOR 



JILL LINDA TAYLOR 



WILLIAM TEARE JR. Bill 

E-Room Activities 3; Foremen's Club 4; Boys' Gym 



3, 4; Student Council Repre- 



LYNN MAY STEINHOFF 

Friendship Club 2; Talent Scouts 2, 3, 4. 



LONNIE STULL 



ALBERT ALAN TEGEL Tee 

Cross Country 2, 3. 4; E-Room Activities 4; I.Q.S. 
3. 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Lettermen's Club 4: Letter- 
man 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4. 



BRUCE STEPHENS 



JERRY SUHAR Jerry 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 4; J.V. Swim Team 
Bruce 2; Talent Scouts 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



CAROL TEKAVIC 



KAREN STEPHENS W|p 

Transfer Student; D.E.C.A. 4J!j; 



Karey 



JOHN SULLIVAN 



CLAIRE TEMPLETON Clarabel 

F.N.C. 4; Student Council Representative 4. 



DOROTHY MARY SUSTERSIC Dorothy 

J.V. Cheerleaders 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Ski Club 

SIGRID STEPHENS Sigi 4; swim Show 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; Secretary 

Transfer Student; Big Show 2, 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; Ski 3, Vice-President 4. 

Club 3, 4. 



SHARON TERRANOVA 



RONALD STERLING 

Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 



RAND! HEITMANN SVENDSEN Randi 

Foreign Exchange Student 1966-67; A.F.S. 4; Spirits 
4; Student Council Executi.ve Board 4; Student Sup- 
ply Store 4; Swim Show 4; Wai Napolo 4. 



JANN TERRY 

Transfer Student; Boys' 

Varsity Swim Team 4. 



Leaders 4; Ski 



Jann 
Club 4; 



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THERESA A, TESTA 



Terry JUDITH B. TUATY 



Judy ANDREA VIDMAR Andi 

Friendship Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 4; Transfer Student: F.N.C. 4; Student Supply Store 3. 4. Friendship Club 3 4- F N C 3 4- Vice-President 4- 
Student Council Representative 3, 4; Talent Scouts F.T.A. 4; World Affairs Club 4 ' 



CYNTHIA THEIS Cyndi 

Cheerleaders 2. 3. 4; Captain 4; E-Room Activities 
2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Homecoming Court 3; Letter- 
men's Club 3.4; Letterman 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council Representative 4. 



FRANCES TUI^ULTY 



JOHN TUSOCH 



SHARON VIOLANTI Shar 

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

Concert Choir 2. 3; NFL. 2. 3. 4; Secretary 4; Sur- 
vey Training Club 3. 



BONNIE THOMAS Bonnie ARLYNE TUTOLO 

J.V, Cheerleaders 2; E-Room Activities 4; Panther 4; Transfer Student. 
Student Council Representative 2, 3; Swim Show 
3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4. 



MICHAEL JOHN ULEPIC 



DIANE MARIE THOMAS 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2. 



WILLIAM THOMAS 



DOROTHY ANN VOJTEK Dottie 

;^r|yne ^ ""S 3; D.E.C.A. 4; F.N.C. 3; F.T.A. 3; Spectrum 3. 



LYNDA CHRISTINA VON GUNTEN 
Transfer Student. 



LINDA SUE ULLESTAD Flame 

Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3: Ma|orette Club 3; Ski Club 
2; Swim Show 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4. 



BARBARA VOSS 



RICHARD TIDERMAN 



Richard JOHN UNBEHAUN 



CINDY WALLACE Gin 

AF.S. 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 4; Girls' 
John Concert Choir 2, 3; I.Q.S. 4. 



PHILIP TOADDY 



Phil BARBARA UNDERKOFLER 



MARSHA WALTON 



JAMES TOMKO 

Key Club 2; J.V. Wrestling 3. 



DOROTHY URBANCIC 



JEAN HEIDI WALWORTH 



JERRY TOMKO Jerry 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 2; Key Club 2; Marching 
Band 2, 3; Wrestling 2. 



NANCY URBANCIC 

E-Room Activities 2; F.N.C. 3; Homecon 

tee 3; Spectrum 3. 



RAYMOND LEE WANDERSLEBEN 
Nanc Varsity Soccer Team 4. 
Commit- 



KENNETH WARREN 



PATRICIA TOTH 



Pat DALE VALENTINO 



YVONNE MARIE TOTH Yvonne 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 4. 



DENNIS VAN OOYEN 



CAROL LYNN WASNAC " Carol 

D.E.C.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Spectrum 
Dennis ''' student Council Representative 3. 



EDWARD TOUSEL 



JOSEPH VARGO 



JEFFREY WATSON 



VICTOR ANTHONY TRAINA 



LORRAINE VEHAR 



ROBERTA MADELYN WAYDO 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2. 



JAMES JOSEPH TRAVARCA James 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Letterman 4; J.V. 
Wrestling 2, 3. 



MARY VELLA 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



MARC DAVID WAYNER 
Movie Club 2. 



VINCENT JOHN TRAVEN Butch 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2. 



DENNIS VERDI Bird 

Foremen's Club 2, 3, 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA RUTH WEBER Pat 

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



ROBERT TROOP Bob 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activi- 
ties 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 



LINDA VERHOVSEK 
Friendship Club 3. 



SUSAN WEBER Sweb 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Majorette Club 3; Ski Club 4; Girls' Track 3; Swim 
Show 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4. 



JAMES TRUSKOLASKI 



SUZANNE VIDENSEK Sue 

Ad Club 2; AF.S. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
2; Girls' Concert Choir 2; Student Council Represen- 
tative 4. KATHERINE WELSH 



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CHARLENE WENDALL Char 

E-Room Activities 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4'; F.N.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 2; Ski Club 4; Girls' Basketball 2; Girls' Vol- 
leyball 2; Student Council Representative 2. 



DENNIS ARTHUR WOHLGEMUTH 
Baseball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; E-Room 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2. 



Woggs 
;ities 4; 



JEANETTE YURCHEK Jeanette 

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



RUSSELL WERLE 



RANDY WOHLGEMUTH 



ROSEMARY YURCHEK Rosebud 

Transfer Student. Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 



JENNIFER WICKES 



MARILYN JANE WOLF 

Transfer Student: Friendship Club 3, 

Student Council Representative 4. 



Marilyn 
Spirits 3, 4; 



NICHOLAS ZADNIK 



BARBARA WIDMAR 

Eucuyo 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Girls' Concert Choii 



KATHERINE ALICE WOODRUFF 



FRANCES VICTORIA ZAHAR 



MARTHA MARIE WIEHN 



Concert Choir 2, 3; Homeconifng Committee 4. 



SHERMAINE L. WIELAND Sherry 

Buckeye Girls' State Representative 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; PA. Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2. 3; 



CAROL WORTMAN Carol 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 3; 
Girls' Concert Choir 2. 



WARREN T. WOTRING -' • : ' i 
Bowling 2, 3. 4; J.V. Tennis 2; Tennis 3. 



PATRICIA ZAKOVSKI Pat 

Ad Club 2, 3. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2; Ski 
Club 4; Spectrum 3. 



ROBERT STEVEN ZDARA Steve 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Cross Country 2. 3; E-Room Ac- 
tivities 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3; Track 2. 



BARBARA MAY WILE Barb 

Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Friendship Club 2. 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; Spectrum 3, 4; Spirits 4; I.Q.S. 4. 



DAVID WRIGHT 



CATHERINE E. ZGONC 
Ski Club 3, 4. 



JEAN WILKINSON Wilky 

E-Room Activities 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; F.N.C. 2, 3; Girls' 

Concert Choir 2, 3; Girls' Track 2; Student Council 
Representative 2. 



JUDITH ANN WRIGHT 

Friendship Club 2. 3, 4; Girls' Concert Choii 

G.A.A, 2; F.N C. 4; Ski Club 2. 3, 4. 



COLLEEN ZIEGLER 



DONNA WILL 



CHARLES RICHARD YAGER Rick 

Cadet Band 2; Choral Masters 3; Boys' Gym Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3. 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 



LINDA ZIMMERMAN 



JAMES WILLETT 

J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3; Track 2. 



JAMES YAGER 



STEPHEN EDWARD ZINNICKER Joe 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 



CAROL ANN WILLIAMS 



CAROLYN YATES 



JAMES G. ZOLLER 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 

Marching Band 2, 3. 



Jim 
Football 2; 



SUSAN GAYE WILLIAMS Sue 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; F.T.A, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4. 



VAL ROY WILLIAMS Val 

BovKling 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Key Club 4; Tennis 2. 



MICHAEL YERKIC 



DONNA MARIE YOPKO 



Yops 

Friendship Club 3; Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 
2; Ski Club 2: Girls' Volleyball 2; Spirits 3; Student 
Council Representative 4. 



CAROLYNN MARIE ZONAR — - Carol 

A.F.S. 2; E-Room Activities 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.N.C. 4; 

G.L.C. 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Spirits 4. y 



BARBARA WINCE Barbie 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.C. 4; Girls' Concert Choir 
3; Homecoming Committee 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 4; 
Student Council Representative 3; Executive Board 
4; Usher 3. 



DONNA WIRSING 



DONNA YOUNG 



CAROL ANN YOUNGER Carol 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2; 
Humanities 4; Student Council Representative 3. 



CAROLE ANN ZOUL 



CATHERINE ANN CHRISTINE ZUPANCIC Zupy 

Book Store 2; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Folk Club 2; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3; Movie Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 
3; Girls' Field Hockey 2; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 3. 



SHERRY RENEE WOHL Sher 

Big ShovK 3; Choral Masters 4; Folk Club 3; F.N.C. 3; 
Girls' Concert Choir 3; Humanities 4; Spectrum 4. 



SUSAN YOZIPOVICH 
Cheering Block 3. 



THERESA MARIE ZUPANCIC 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. 



FACULTY INDEX 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education; Kent Stale Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M. Ed ; Varsity Baseball Coacti, Boys 
Intramural Director, Athletic Director 

MARILYN ALVAREZ, Physical Education; Bowling Green 
State University; B.Sc, B. Ed.; Girls Leaders Club 
Advisor 



NORMA COWAN, English; Miami University, Wisconsin 
State University; B.Sc. 

DENNIS COX, English; Miami University; B.Sc. 

JEAN COX, English, Guidance Counseling; Allegheny 
College, Kent State University, University of Pitts- 
burgh, Columbia University, Duquesne University; B.A., 



ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.A., B.Sc, 
M.A., Ph.D.; C.E.C. Program Director 



WILLIAM GALL, Science, Mathematics; Duquesne Uni- 
versity, University of Pittsburgh, Ripon College, Western 
Reserve University; B.Sc. Ed. 

JAMES GALLAGHER, English; Youngstown University, 
Western Reserve University, Ohio State University; B.Ed. 

PAUL GANIM, English; Ohio State University, Ohio 
University; B.Ed.; Spirits Club Advisor, Drama Club Ad- 
visor, Assistant Soccer Coach 

BARBARA GARWOOD, English; John Carroll University, 
Western Reserve University; B.Sc. 



MARGARET ARMSTRONG, English; College of Steuben- 
ville, Ohio State University; B.A. 



GAIL ATLESON, Foreign Language; University of 
Michigan; B.A.; American Field Service Advisor 



KATHERYN GATES, Foreign Language, English; Mar- 
shall University; A.B. B.A., MA. 

CLAYTON GEORGE, Business; Fenn College, Kent 
State University, East Carolina State University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed.; Stamp Club Advisor, Chess Club Advisor 



FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman; Mount Union Col- 
lege, Kent State University; DePauv* University, Western 
Reserve University, Ohio Stale University; B.A., M.Ed. 

MARCIA BACKOS, English; Lake Erie College, Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Western Reserve University, North- 
western University; St. John's University, University of 
the Pacific; B A., MA. 



RONALD BACKOS, Science; California State College, 
Kent State University, St. John's University, Western 
Reserve University, University of California, Lake Erie 
College; B.Ed,, M.Ed., B.Sc. Ed. 

OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio Grande College, 
Ohio State University; Western Reserve University, Kent 
State University; B.A, B.Ed., MA., M.S.; Movie Club 
Advisor 

i^UTH BARRELL, Science; Whealon College, Western 
Reserve University; A B., B A. 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language; Miami Uni- 
versity. Ohio Slate University, University of Colorado, 
Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace College, 
University of Munich, Germany; Goethe Institute, 
Germany; M.A., A.B. 



JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Notre Dame University, Kent State University, 
Ohio State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Sc, M.A., Ed D. 



WILLIAM BROWN, English; University of Florida, 

Western Reserve University, University of Illinois, 

Illinois State University, Millikin University, Jackson- 
ville University; B.A. 

PATRICIA BUCK, Physical Education; Otterbein Col- 
lege, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve 
University; B.A.; Girls' Athletic Association Advisor 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics; Ohio State University, 
University of Dayton; B.A., B.SE.E. 



JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, Ohio 
State University, Western Reserve University; B.A., 
MA. 



JUDITH CARMODY, English; Notre Dame College, 
Western Reserve University; B.A., A.B.; National Foren- 
sic League Co-Sponsor, Debate Advisor 

ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; Bowl- 
ing Green State University, Trinity University, Western 
Reserve University; Miami University; B.Sc, M.A.; 
Majorettes Club Advisor 



HAROLD CAYLOR, Business; Indiana University, Edin- 
boro State College, Kent State University, Bowling 
Green State University; B.Sc; M.Ed.; D.E.C.A. Advisor 

RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. 

NANCY CLARK, Science; Allegheny College, University 
of Michigan, Yale University, University of California; 
B.Sc, MA. 



CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capital Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Fenn College, Diew University; B.Sc, M.Sc 

JAMES CLIFFEL, Guidance Counseling; John Carroll 
University, Case Institute of Technology, Kent State 
University; B.Sc.S., M.Ed.; Ski Club Advisor, Student 
United Appeal Director 



HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education; Ohio Uni- 
versity, John Carroll University; B Ed., B.A, M.A.; 
Head Basketball Coach 

DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State University, 
Ohio State University, Purdue University, Ohio Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.Ed. 

WILLIAM DeMORA, Social Studies; Kent State Uni- 
veisily, Ohio State University, Indiana University; 
B.Sc, M.Ed.; Assistant Wrestling Coach 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies; Kent State 
University, Ohio State University; B.Sc Ed., M.Ed.; 
Euclidian Business Staff Advisor, Stamp Club Advisor 

FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies; George Washington 
University, Kent State University, Hiram College, Clare- 
mont Graduate University, University of Colorado; 
B.A., M.Ed.; Future Teachers of America Co-Sponsor 

LILLIAN DRESCHER, English; Notre Dame College; 
John Carroll University, Western Reserve University; 
B.A , M.A. 



JOAN DUPREY, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A.; Eucuyo Advisor 



CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Western Reserve 
University, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed., M.A.; 
Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach 



AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Georgetown University, West Virginia University, 
University of the Americas; B Sc, M.A. 



KATHRYN FITZSIMMONS, English; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, Michigan State University; B.A, B.Sc. 

KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green State 
University, Ursuline College, John Carroll University; 
B.A. 



SUSAN FOISEL, Business; Findlay College, Kent State 
University; B.Sc.j Euclidian Business Staff Advisor 

FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State Uni- 
versity. Bowling Green State University, Ohio Univer- 
sity; B.Sc. Agr , B.So.Ed. 



DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University, 
West Virginia Wesleyan University, St. Louis Univer- 
sity, Fenn College, Western Reserve University; B.Ed. 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science; City College of New 
York, Western Reserve University, C.W. Post College; 
B.Sc, M.A , M.S.; Honors Program Coordinator 

KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman; Kent State 
Univeisity, John Carroll University; B.Sc 



EMELIE GALE, English; University of Chicago, DePaul 
University, Duquesne University; B.A., M.Ed. 

ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed.; Assistant Football 
Coach 



JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts; California State Col- 
lege, University of Pittsburgh, University of Connecticut; 
B.Sc. 



WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean; Heidelberg College, 
Western Reserve University; M.A., A.B., B.A. 

DONALD GLASER, Social Studies; Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University; B.A., M.A.; Political 
Affairs Club Advisor 



CORMAC GORMAN, Mathematics; LaSalle College, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, 
Villanova University; B.A., M.A.; Assistant Football 
Coach, Assistant Track Coach 



MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics; Western Kentucky 
State College, Miami University, University of Cincin- 
nati, Ohio State University; M.Ed., A.B., B.A.; Future 
Teachers of America Advisor 

JOHN GRIFFIN, Division Dean; Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc, M.A. 

ELEONORA GUBMAN, Foreign Language; Macalester 
College, University of Minnesota; B.Sc; American 
Field Service Advisor 



RONALD HARDING, Social Studies; Ohio University, 
Kent State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Ed., B.Sc; Bowling Team Coach 

DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; Cincinnati Conser- 
vatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Western Re- 
serve University, Akron University; B.Sc, M.A.; Big 
Show Sponsor, Football Band Show Sponsor 

SUE HARRIS, English, Guidance Counseling; Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Ohio State University; B.A., 
B.Sc. 



DEAN HAWVER. Science; Ohio State University, Kent 
State University, Thiol College, Wooster College; B.Sc, 
M.A. 



GERALD HENDERSON, English; Bowling Green State 
University; B.So.Ed.; Euclidian Editorial Staff Advisor 



RAYMOND HIVELY, Foreign Language, Social Studies; 
Rio Grande College, Ohio State University, Franklin 
University, Colorado University, Colorado State Uni- 
versity, Otterbein College; B.A,, M.Ed.; World Affairs 
Club Advisor 



GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio State University, Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Kent State University, Western Re- 
serve University, Michigan State University; B.Sc, 
M.A.; Folk Club Advisor 



THOMAS HOFFART, industrial Arts; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; M.Ed., B.S.S.; Assistant 
Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Golf Coach 

FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.A.; Student Council Advisor 

LYLE HOUGHTLING, Industrial Arts; University of 
Pittsburgh 



RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; Oberlin Col- 
lege, Hiram College, Kent State University; B.A., 
M.Ed., B,Ed., B.Sc. 



WILLIAM HUNTER, Principal; Mount Union College, 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; B.A., 
A.B., M,A. 



FRED JOHNS, Assistant Principal; Western Reserve 
University, Kent State University, Ohio State University; 
B.Sc, M.A.; Senior Banquet Advisor 

ALBERT JUDGE, Science; Kent State University, Kenyon 
College, University of Florida, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Ed.; Science Seminar Advisor 

MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts; Illinois State Normal 
Institute, John Carroll University; B.A.; Assistant Foot- 
ball Coach 



MYRA OLIVER, English; Mount Union College, Ohio 

State University, London University. Western Reserve 
University; M.A., B.A. 

JUNE PHYPERS, Business; Denison University, New 
Yorl< University, Radcliffe College, Western Reserve 
University, Middlebury College, University of Paris, 
Dyke College, Kent State University, Spencerian School; 
B.A., B.Sc. Ed., M.A. 



MERWIN STAINES. Guidance Counseling; New York 
State University, University of Colorado, Muhlenberg 
College, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed.; P.A. 
Club Advisor 



WILLIAM STARR, Science; Indiana State University, 
Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, 
Cleveland State University, Allegheny College, B.Sc, 
M.Ed. 



ROBERT KNUTH, Science; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity, Indiana University; B.Sc, M.Sc; Assistant 
Junior Varsity Football Coach, Head Junior Varsity 
Basketball Coach, Assistant Varsity Track Coach 

JAMES KOLENDO, English; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc. Ed. 



EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling; Northwestern 
College, Western Reserve University; B.Sc. M.A. 

CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.B.A. 

JAMES LINDSAY, Assistant Principal; Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Wesleyan University, Kent State University; 
B.A., M.A.T. 

MARILYN LUCAS, Science; Lake Erie College, Western 
Reserve University; A.B., M.Sc 

WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies; John Carroll 
University, Cleveland Marshall Law School; B.Sc, 
M.A.; Gun Club Advisor 

FRANCINE Mcdonald, English; Meredith College, 
Western Reserve University; B.A. 

DAVID McKELVEY, Business, Chairman; Muskingum 
College, Indiana University, Kent State University. Uni- 
versity of Dayton, University of Cincinnati; B.A., M.Ed.; 
Cooperative Office Education Advisor 

ROBERT Mclaughlin, Guidance Counseling: Kent 
State University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed. 

CLYDE MANSPEAKER, Social Studies; Lock Haven 
State Teachers College, Cleveland Marshall Law School: 
B.Sc; Assistant Baseball Coach 

EILEEN MARSH, Social Studies; Lock Haven State 
Teachers College; B.Sc; Friendship Club Advisor, 
Student Council Co-Sponsor 

DONALD MARTIN, Division Dean; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Toledo University, Ohio University; M.Ed., B.Sc 

EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed. 

MARY JANE MAZI, Social Studies; St. Mary of 
the Springs College; B.A. 

EDMUND MIZE, Business; Ohio State University, 
Kent State University, Ohio University; B.Sc; Survey 
Business Staft Advisor 

DONALD MOHR, Physical Education; Baldwin-Wallace 
College. Bowling Green State University, Western Re- 
serve University; B.A., M.Ed., M.A. 

SAMUEL MUCHESKO, Business; Fairleigh Dickinson 
University; B.Sc. 

JEANNE NASCA. Business; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc; Future Business Leaders of America 
Advisor 



KATHERINE NEWMAN. Home Arts; Otterbein College; 
B.A.; Friendship Club Advisor 



DAVID NICHTING, Social Studies; John Carroll Uni- 
versity; B.Sc 



CAROLE NIEBES. English; Kent State University; B.Sc. 



HERBERT NOLO. Industrial Arts; Ohio University. Bowl- 
ing Green State University. Kent State University; 
B.Sc. M.Ed.; Varsity Tennis Coach 

VINITA O'DONNELL. Home Arts; Marshall University, 
Kent State University, John Carroll University; B.A., 
M,A. 



JUDITH POVSE, Mathematics; Bowling Green State 
University: B.Sc; Cheerleader Advisor 

FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Bonaventure University, 
St. Francis College. Western Reserve University. Buck- 
nell University. John Carroll University. Kent State 
University; B.A.; Head Golf Coach 

RICHARD RACKOVAN. Science; Millersville State Col- 
lege, Highland University. Baldwin-Wallace College. 
Georgetown University. Cleveland State University. Dick- 
inson College; B.Sc.Ed., M.N.S.; Junior Varsity Tennis 
Coach 

MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies; Wilmington Col- 
lege, Ohio University; B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed.; Student Coun- 
cil Advisor 

DENNIS RASH, Social Studies; Bowling Green State 
University. John Carroll University: B.Sc; Assistant 
Cross Country Coach 

NANCY REESE. Social Studies; Madison College: B.Sc 

HOWARD REMINICK. Physical Education; University 
of Toledo. Western Reserve University; M.A.. B.Ed.; 
Assistant Wrestling Coach, Boys' Gymnastics Club Ad- 



CHARLES RENO. Science. Mathematics; Edinboro 
State College, Harvard University: B.Sc, M.Ed.; Na- 
tional Honor Society Co-Sponsor 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami University; 
B.Sc, B.Ed.: Swimming Team Coach 

DONALD RINKES, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Kent State University, Indiana University, Ohio State 
University, University of Hawaii, West Virginia Uni- 
versity, West Liberty State College, Case Institute of 
Technology, Fenn College: BSc, M.A,, M.Ed.; Camera 
Club Advisor, Projection Club Co-Sponsor. 

LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A., MA.; fslational Forensic League Advisor. 
Talent Scouts Advisor. Fall Play Director 

RICHARD ROSE. Mathematics; Ohio University. West- 
ern Reserve University; M.A.Ed.. M.Sc. 

JACK ROSHONG. Music; Kent State University. Uni- 
versity cf Iowa; B.Sc. 

FREDERICK SALLACH. Mathematics; Ohio University. 
John Carroll University; B.Ed. 



BARBARA SCHNEIDER, English; Social Studies; Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh: B.A., M.Ed. 

HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A., 
M.Sc 

JUDITH SIMONICH, Foreign Language; Grove City 
College, Western Reserve University: B.A. 

RICHARD SLEITH, Science; Bowling Green State 
University; B.Sc.Ed.; Assistant Junior Varsity Football 
Coach 



GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Duquesne University, In- 
diana State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State 
University; B.Sc, M.A.; Survey Editorial Staff Advisor 

LARRY SMITH, English; Muskingum College. Kent 
State University; B.A.; Key Club Advisor 

RUTH SMITH, Guidance Counseling; Flora Stone 
Mather College, Western Reserve University; B.A., 
M.A.; Junior Prom Sponsor 

WAYNE SMITH. Social Studies; Muskingum College. 
Kent State University. John Carroll University; B.A. 

RAYMOND SNYDER, Industrial Arts; Miami University, 
Youngstown University; B.Sc. 



CECILIA STILLMAN, Social Studies; Radcliffe College. 
Cleveland College. University of Illinois. Western Re- 
serve University; John Carroll University; B.A.. M.A. 



JAMES STUCKEY. Social Studies. Chairman; Bluffton 
College. Western Reserve University, Ohio State Uni- 
versity; M.A., B.A. 

JOHN SUPANCE. Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Stevens Point Teachers College. Kent State University; 
B.Sc. M.Ed. 



SAM TAYLOR. Music; High Point College. North- 
western University. East School of Music. Columbia 
University; B.Sc, M.Mus.; Choral Director 

DELORES TEKIELI. Business; Youngstown University; 
B.Sc; Friendship Club Advisor 

EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education; Glenville State 
University, West Virginia University: B.A. ,M.S.c., M.A.; 
Head Football Coach, Boys' Gym Leaders Advisor 

ROSEMARY TERANGO, English; Ursuline College; B.A. 

TED THEODORE, Art; Baldwin-Wallace College, West- 
ern Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, 
Plattsburgh State College; B.A., M.A.; School-Com- 
munity Relations Director, Head Cross Country Coach, 
Letterman's Club Advisor 



MARION THOMAS, Home Arts; Baldwin-Wallace Col- 
lege, Kent State University, University of California. 
Cordon Bleu College: B.Sc. 

DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Western Reserve University, Butler University, West 
Virginia University; A.B., B.A.,; Head Track Coach 



DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science: Alfred University, 
Siena Heights College, Miami University, University of 
Buffalo, California Institute of Technology: B.Sc, 
M.A., M.T. 



MARGARET TORNSTROM, Physical Education; Bowling 
Green State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.Sc; Wai Napolo Swim Club Advisor 

JACQUELINE TOTH, Mathematics; Indiana State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc. 



FRANK TROGLIA, Division Dean; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A. 



ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language: Miami 
University, Western Reserve University, Gannon Col- 
lege: B.Sc, MA.; Ad. Club Advisor 



RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling; Akron Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A. 



FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman; Cleveland 
Institute of Art, Kent State University, Western Re- 
serve University; B.Sc.Ed., M.A. 

LEONARD WEISENBERG, Social Studies; Drake Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, University of 
Missouri, John Carroll University; B.A., M.A. 

GAYE WHIELDON, Physical Education; Ashland Col- 
lege; B.Sc; Girls' Varsity Sports Advisor 

CAROL WILLIAMS, Business; Villa Maria College, 
Western Reserve University, Indiana State College; 
B.Sc 



ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator; Kent State 
University, John Carroll University; B.Sc, B.A., M.A.; 
P.A. Club Advisor 



MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- 
man; Moravian College, Columbia University, Middle- 
bury College, Muhlenberg College, Western Reserve 
University, University of Rennes; B.A., M.A.,: Ameri- 
can Field Service Director, Language Lab Director 



JUNIOR INDEX 




^Wk 





L. Abraham 


C. Allbery 


R. 


Anderson 


J. Ashdown 


1. Bacon 


D. Bammerlin 


B. Baron 


G. Bednar 


R. Bennett 


J. Birr 


J. Accettola 


J. Allchin 


B. 


Andrew 


D. Aten 


L. Bailey 


L. Bana 


F. Barresi 


L. Beechuk 


R. Birdsong 


J. Bish 


G. Adamich 


S. Allen 


D. 


Andrews 


T. Aires 


C. Baillie 


R. Baranowski 


E. Barrett 


C. Beeman 


B. Benson 


L. Blatecky 


D. Adams 


A. Altenweg 


F. 


Andrulis 


K. Aufmuth 


A. Bal(a 


F. Barbis 


D. Barrick 


C. Behum 


D. Berardinelli 


S. Boettcher 


L. Adams 


T. Ames 


K. 


Andrulis 


J. Augustine 


M. Baker 


J. Barbish 


D. Barrick 


J. Bell 


S. Berzanske 


M. Boggess 


D. Aites 


C. Amos 


S. 


Apple 


J. Aultz 


D. Ballentine 


C. Barney 


M. Bartel 


A. Beltz 


W. Bessire 


M. Bonfanti 


M. Albertone 


D. Anderson 


M. 


Applequist 


L. Azman 


P. Ballard 


D. Barnhart 


D. Bauer 


S. Benedict 


J. Bilicic 


D. Bosco 



228 




c. 


Boots 


B. Brandich 


L. Brothers 


S. Buchwald 


A. Cable 


J. Capiccioni 


A. Castro 


M. Chandler 


G.Ciprian 


P. Cooney 


G. 


Botts 


D. Brass 


C. Brown 


T. Buckman 


C Caghan 


J. Caranfa 


M. Cater 


G. Chaunce 


R. Clancy 


J. Cost 


M, 


Bour 


M. Braun 


D. Brown 


T. Budas 


T. Caine 


D, Carney 


T. Cathcart 


D. Cherry 


R. Clark 


M. Costello 


K. 


Bowers 


G. Breeder! 


R. Brown 


W. Buikus 


R. Calabrese 


C. Carpenter 


R, Cebul 


R. Chesnrc 


L. Climo 


L. Courtney 


S. 


Brachlow 


E. Breeze 


E. Brunner 


L. Burkhart 


L. Caldwell 


M. Carroll 


F. Cercek 


D. Chireallo 


D. Cline 


G. Cowper 


K. 


Braddock 


T. Brennan 


D. Brunson 


J. Burns 


C. Cameron 


L. Carter 


T. Cerne 


S. Chisholm 


F. Congin 


L. Grain 


K. 


Braddock 


M. Brigden 


L, Bryant 


D. Burris 


M. Capaldi 


A. Casey 


W. Cetinich 


L. Christopher 


C. Conley 


S. Crawford 


J. 


Bradshaw 


C. Britvic 


L. Buchholz 


B. Butt 


D. Capes 


V. Cassaro 


B. Champa 


M. Cifranic 


B. Conti 


R. Crockett 






^ ^ c^ ^^jp\ ^ ,p 







W. Davis K Demshar 
W. DeBenedictis D. Denney 

L. Decker H. Denney 

B. Dei L. De Pretis 

M. Dell K. Dereska 

G. DeMario D. Detweiler 

J. De Well A. Devlin 

J. Deming C. Devor 




f^ftft ^ 



^-^(i»j' •,4Sj 



S. DiNardo 
R. Doesburg 



230 






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■"'■■-- I 

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D. Hehemann 



S. Hertfelder 
E. Hignile 
C. Hille 
R. Hinton 



231 




^ ^ ^- o 






E. Hiruo 

C. Hitchcock 

D. Hocevar 
J. Hocevar 
R. Hoinski 
J. Hola 

K, Holodniak 
D. Horabik 



M. Horton L. Ivec 

A. Horvath A. Jackson 

M. Hrdlica G. Jancigar 

M. Hrovat C. Jansa 

G. Huddlestone J, Jaquays 

N. Hull W. Jerin 

M. Humphrey S. Jezerinac 

K. Huncharek J. Johnson 




D, Koeth 
M. Kohut 
T. Kollar 
M. Kolus 
G. Kordos 
R. Kormos 
V. Korthals 
D. Kosanovich 



J. KoskI 
M. Koski 
W. Koss 
R. Kostelac 
S. Kostelic 
J. Kovacic 
J. Kozak 
D. Kozar 



232 




A, Koziera 


S. Krejci 


A. Lach 


S. Lavrich 


V. Lenarcic 


J. Lick 


C. Lovin 




R. Machi 


K. Marcus 


R. Matelich 


K. Krakau 


T. Kren 


R. Larront 


T. Lawler 


M. Lennon 


K. Lobas 


M. Lunder 




J. Mack 


T. Maresco 


D. Mateyka 


R. Krai 


G. Krsolovic 


L. Lang 


D. Lawrence 


N. Lesiak 


J. Loczy 


M. Lustig 




M. Macke 


J. Margheret 


B. Matulis 


G. Krall 


C. Kruger 


S. Lanser 


N, Lebet 


L. Letney 


M. Lombard! 


C. Lutz 




C. Madeia 


P. Marino 


G. Maurer 


G. Kramar 


G. Kucharski 


D. Laufer 


C. Lehman 


J. Lewandowski 


D. Lombardo 


B. Lyman 




C. Mahovlic 


F, Marion 


J. Mauser 


C. Kramer 


R. Kuhn 


J. Laukiavich 


L. Leigh 


D. Lewis 


M. Lonchar 


E. Lyttie 




T. Maloney 


V. Markovich 


D. Maxa 


J. Krebs 


L. Kurel 


K. Laurich 


G. Lemke 


S. Leyda 


R. Lorek 


L. Maaswi 


kel 


W. Malz 


R. Marlon 


R. Mayfield 


G. Krech 


V. Kurr 


D. Lavorgna 


F. Lemmo 


D. Libman 


M. Lovick 


M. Mac Do 


ugall 


R. Mann 


M. Massiello 


D. Mayock 



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iaiki 



C. Reed 
L. Reed 
S. Reese 

G. Regalbuto 
K. Reinbolt 

D. Reinke 
M. Reinke 
C. Reinwald 



G. Res 
O, Richmond 
T. Rieder 
J. Rieth 
S. Rhinehart 
F. Roberts 
D. Robinson 
J. Robinson 



L. Robinson 
T. Rockwell 
D. Roeder 
S. Rogell 
D. Rogers 
B. Roland 
B. Romoser 
D. Rosa 



235 




C. Rosenbe 


rger 


M. Sabula 


J. Scaizo 


C, Schubert 


M. Schwenke 


B. Shenk 


K. Shook 


S Silverman 


J. Skeen 


M. Smith 


M. Rossi 




C. Sak 


R. Schauer 


L. Schuffert 


R. Scott 


G. Sheridan 


W. Shriver 


S.Simon 


C. Skonier 


R. Smith 


M. Rossodr 


rfita 


B, Samsa 


A. Scheimann 


J. Schulte 


W, Scott 


L, Sherman 


J. Siat 


J. Sirnik 


A. Skully 


T. Smith 


M, Roztnan 




R- Samuele 


T. Schenck 


B. Schultz 


B. Seitert 


R, Sherrill 


L. Sickler 


M. Sivec 


G. Sleeper 


D. Smolinsky 


C. Ryan 




G- Sanborn 


C. Scheurman 


R. Schultz 


L. Senger 


M. Shields 


B, Sieferd 


S. Sivik 


R. Slusser 


G. Sneller 


M. Ryan 




L. Sanborn 


A, Schimes 


D. Schuiz 


W. Shaffer 


J, Shilander 


M. Sikora 


B. Skafar 


S. Smeltz 


C. Snyder 


L. Saba 




D. Sanderson 


T. Schmenk 


D. Schuiz 


C, Sharon 


B. Shipley 


K. Silsby 


L. Skapin 


D. Smink 


E. Snyder 


E. Sabo 




M. Sarraino 


R. Scineider 


S. Schweitzer 


S. Shemkunas 


D. Shisila 


M. Silverman 


K. Skedel 


K. Smith 


P. Soltis 



236 





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&M^ 




mKw 



S. Teschner 
S. Tetrick 
L. Thomas 
R. Thomas 
W. Thomas 
M. Thome 
T, Thompson 
C. Thweatt 




237 




E. Underkofler 
B. Ursich 
J. Vagasky 
R. Vahcic 
R. Vandeveer 
A. Van Dyne 
R. Vanek 



R. Van Tilburg 
R. Vasas 

B. Vehar 
A. Verch 

A. Vilcheck 

C. Vincent 

D. Virginia 



J. Van PlassendalS. Vocaturo 



M. Vollman 
H. Von Rekow 
R. Von Sick 
S. Vrh 
J. Vyskocil 
G. Walker 
J. Walker 
R. Wallace 



. Walsh 
. Walsh 
. Waller 
. Walton 
. Warnke 
. Watts 



S. Weinberger 

S. Weir 

A. Wells 

J. Wendolowski 

J. Whitcomb 

D. While 

T, White 

R. Wicks 



A, Wightman 
K Wilber 
D, Wilbraham 
M, Wilder 
C, Willert 
L. Williams 
N. Williarrs 
A. Wilson 



W. Wilson 
L, Winder 
N, Winters 
A. Wisniewski 
T. Wissner 
A. Witczak 
D. Wohlgen- 
G. Wolenski 



D. Wunderli 
K. Yanchar 
K. Yates 
D. Yoger 
G. Young 
W. Young 
th L. Zadd 
M. Zajc 



D. Zdanowicz 



G. Zimmerman J. Zu 
K, Zimmermann M. Zust 



S. Znidarsic 
B. Zonneville 
P. Zorko 
E. Zucker 
jpanc 
ncic 



238 



SOPHOMORE INDEX 




A. Alphonso 

C. Abazia 
J. Acks 

F. Albanese 

D. Alecci 
J. Aleksic 

J. Alexander 



N. Amacher 

B. Amer 

C. Anderson 

D. Anderson 
G. Anderson 
W. Anderson 
C. Andrews 



L. Angene 
D. Apicello 
T. Aquilano 
C. Arendt 



K. Auldridge 
K. Ausec 
J. Bahr 
M. Bailey 
B. Baka 
M. Baker 
K. Balasko 



M. Baldini 
D. Balogh 
S. Balogh 
J. Bambam 



T. Baron 
S. Barrett 
J. Battung 
M. Baumille 
R. Baur 
R. Baur 



J. Bazan 

D. Beck 

R. Beckwith 
G. Behm 
J. Benedict 

E. Benedum 
R. Bennett 



L. Biederstedt 
D. Birdsong 
D. Bokar 
J. BizzarrI 



K. Blumenstelr 
J. Bock 

D, Bohanon 

E. Bishop 



. Bole 
. Bolon 
. Booms 
. Borden 
.. Boreave 
. Bork 
. Bosco 



239 




R. Bosco 


W. Brigden 


P. Buccill 




R. Butticci 


N. Capretta 


J. Cermell 


J. Ciomek 


J. Collura 


G. Corbett 


J. Crone 


D. Bosher 


A. Brommer 


L. Buchho 


z 


D. Buza 


D. Carducci 


D. Cesen 


D. Cirino 


T. Collura 


L. Cornwell 


J. Crossen 


B. Bozak 


L. Brooks 


R. Buchwa 


Id 


D, Cable 


P. Cardullias 


S. Cheraso 


J. Clark 


B. Comport 


B. Correll 


P. Cuchiar 


D. Bradley 


V. Brothers 


R. Buchwa 


Id 


S. Cahill 


M. Carlson 


D. Chetnik 


T. Clark 


S. Cook 


R. Cotton 


J. Curry 


W. Brady 


F. Brown 


S. Buikus 




C. Caimi 


T. Carney 


L. Chos 


K.Clemens 


T. Cooke 


R. Cozart 


T. Curtis 


G. Braidich 


T. Brown 


P. Burns 




K. Calabrese 


S. Carpenter 


D. Christopher 


B. Climo 


D. Coolidge 


B. Cranfill 


R. Cutshal 


J. Bray 


C. Brunner 


D. Burris 




F, Camloh 


0. Catanese 


K. Chudzik 


W. Clough 


T. Cooper 


T. Crawford 


R. Dacar 


W. Broznay 


C. Brunner 


R. Busser 




D. Capella 


G. Cavatino 


D. Churney 


W. Collins 


D. Coppers 


D. Crombie 


C. Dann 



240 




R. D Aplce 
K. Dardis 
M. David 
E. Davis 
M. Davis 
J. Day 
K. Debeljak 
M. Debevec 



J. Debly 
J. Decatur 
R. Deegan 
B. Deister 
J. De Langis 
S. Delsanter 
D. Demojzes 
D. Dengel 



F. Dengel 
D. Denison 
D. Derganc 
M. De Tomaso 
L. Detweiler 
L. Devine 
B. Devlin 
L. Dezelon 



E. Dl Censo 
L, Dicl<i 

L. Dieckmann 
M. Dienes 
K. Dipko 
A. Di Santo 
K. Doak 

F. Doblekar 



R. Doehring 
K. Dole 
T. Dolter 
M. Donlin 
H. Dougtierty 
D. Dragolich 
C. Drake 
C. Drazdik 



W. Dreisbacti 
S. Dritz 
D. Dunbar 
J. Dunbar 
G. Dunn 
M. Dvorak 
M. Dworning 
G. Dzura 



R. Eastabrooks 
R. Eder 
H. Eglin 
T. Efilert 
M. Eiermann 
R. Elder 
L. Elwell 
K. Emerick 



. Emmert 
. Erdman 
. Erskine 
. Erwin 
. Essex 
. Euretig 
. Fagan 



D. Faragov 
M. Farah 

B. Fasuk 
M. Fennell 

R. Fernandes 
D. Ferrara 
F. Ferrato 

C. Ficere 



. Fierle 
. Fike 
. Finan 
. Fink 
. Fiorelli 
. Fiorelli 
. Fioritto 
. Fisher 



241 





iihJ^M 



. Fister 
. Florian 
. Floyd 
. Foy 
. Frabotta 



M. Gartroza 



C. Genaro 

D. George 
W. Gephart 
M, Geyer 

J. Gianforti 
L, Gibbons 
R. Gibson 
S. Gill 



C. Gillespie 
J. Glick 

D. Glicl<er 

C. Glubish 
B. Gordos 
J. Grabitz 

D. Granchi 



G. Greer 
L. Greer 
D. Gressley 
D. Griffin 
S. Griffis 
C. Grimsic 
S. Gron 
F. Grossman 



R. Guentfier 
G. Gugliotta 
J. Gustetic 
G. Haas 



S. Hadyk 
J. Haffer 
S. Hagberg 
t^. Hafin 
M. Hall 
R. Halsey 
S. Hamm 
A. Hanak 



J. Haney 
J. Hanson 
K. Hanson 
W. Hanson 

C. Hasko 
K. Hassink 
R. Hauser 

D. Haverlock 



P. Havreberg 
G. Hay 
S. Hayba 
f^. Haynes 
W. Hegedus 
D. Heigfiton 
R. Helm 
P. Helmick 




J. Henderson 


J. Hignite 


J. Hogye 


W. Huffman 


A. lacofono 


D. Jakubiec 


L. Jewett 


P. Kacprzak 


F. Kaparic 


M. Kelleher 


R. Hendy 


J. Hinde 


L. Hopkins 


J. Hulewicz 


R. lafelice 


J. James 


R. Jezeski 


L. Kadlec 


G. Kaparic 


C. Kelly 


D. Hennie 


P. Hinton 


D. Hornsby 


E. Humbert 


K. loke 


C. Jankus 


C.Johnson 


N. Kadunc 


t^. Kapec 


B. Kemp 


D. Henson 


G. Hitchcox 


K. Horvat 


S. Hurlburt 


N. Ilg 


J. Janosik 


J. Johnson 


J. Kaim 


J. Kapudja 


K. Kern 


J. Herp 


M. Hodder 


B. Howe 


R. Mutton 


S. Intifiar 


N. Jarchow 


S. Johnson 


L. Kalan 


S. Kapudja 


C. Kershaw 


W. Herrick 


S. Hoedt 


R. Howitz 


L. Hyle 


S. Irvine 


A. Jasky 


B. Jones 


S. Kalasunas 


D. Kardos 


R. Kipp 


K. Hersh 


P. Hoernig 


T. Hrastar 


J. Hylkema 


R. Jaffe 


M. Jelenic 


E. Jones 


A. Kallal 


G. Karlan 


P. Kirbish 


R. Hershey 


N. Hoffman 


J. Hubacka 


G. Hynes 


A. Jaklic 


B. Jerele 


J. Jorz 


A. Kaminsky 


B. Keeler 


D. Kirchner 




J. Kiopovi 
J. Knack 
D. Knaus 



. Kobilsek 
, Koffel 
. Kokal 
. Kolb 
. Komar 
. Komara 



N. Korosec 
A. Korta 
W. Korthals 
R, Korzeniowski 
G, Kosec 
M. Kosky 
D. Kostelnik 
L, Kotnik 



P. Kotnik 
R. Kotnik 
T. Kovach 
G- Kovacic 
B, Kowicki 
L. Kozar 
J. Krakora 
S. Krai 



B. Krail 
L, Kraska 
D. Kravos 
A, Kreit 

F, Kren 

W. Krenisky 

G. Krivok 
J. Krnc 



K. Kucinski 
P. Kunc 

B. Kunsman 
R. Kuret 

A. Kust 

L. La Foliette 

C. Lally 
J. Lardin 



D. La Riccia 
S. Larick 
D. Laseak 
C. Laser 
J. Laszcz 
S. Latcti 
M. Laughlin 
L. Lawrence 



B. Lawrinson 
M. Laznik 
J. Lehman 
S. Leicher 
L. Leighton 
R. Lemmo 
J. Lennon 
L. Leotta 



J. Leppert 
C. Lesefky 

C. Lesiak 

D. Lewis 
T. Lewis 
S. Lewis 
W. Leybeck 
S. Lipko 



M. Lisko 
L. Little 
K. Lloyd 
B. Lobdell 
W. Lohmeyer 
J. Lokar 
R. Lokar 
R. Lonchar 



244 




S. Lopez 
Z. Lorinczy 
R. Love 

C. Lovejoy 
M. Lucci 

D. Luich 
R. Luksio 
J. Lustig 



J. Lyie 
C. Lytle 
G. Macarski 
B. Macke 
P. Mahany 
J. Mahusky 
J. Maletjc 
M. Mamrack 



M. Manfredonia 
G. Mann 
R. Mann 
L. Mantz 
L. Mantz 
L. Mantz 
M. Maran 
K. Marinoic 



S. Marino 
D. Marlin 
K. Marsh 
K. Marshall 
P. Martin 
S. Masek 
N. Mates 



J. Matjasic 
K. Matoh 
A. Mauceri 
D. McBride 
K. McCreight 
R. McDonald 
D. McGill 
J. McKee 



J. McRae 
T. McTigh 
G. Measles 
L. Medevic 
M. Medves 
M. Meehan 
D. Merritt 
W. Merritt 



P. Mervar 
L. Messenger 
P. Meyer 
K. Michalski 
S. Mika 
L. Miklavcic 
M. Miklavcic 
R, Miklavcic 



R. Miklavic 
E. Mikolic 
E. Mikovich 
M. Milavec 
S. Milavec 
C. Miller 
J. Miller 
J. Miller 



R. Miller 
R. Miller 
C. Miltner 
G. Minerovi 
G. Minltch 
R. Minnillo 
M. Mitch 
M. Mlakar 



G. Mocarski 
J. Modica 
R. Modic 
M. Mog 
K. Mohorich 
R. Money 
R. Mooney 
L. Morgan 



245 










J. Morse 
). Morton 
. Moses 
1. Motiska 



C. Mukavetz 
L. Murg 

C. Murphy 
R. Murry 

D. Nagy 
S. Nantz 

A. Nardy 

B. Nawor 



T. Neidermeyer 
S. Neithercolt 
R. Nemecek 
A. Nemeth 
S. Nesbett 
K. Netsohke 
L. Neuvirth 
D. Nevar 



K. Nowakowski 
D. Nungesser 
F. Nye 
C. Obreza 
J. Obreza 
P. O Connell 
J. Connor 
M. O Donnell 




L. Pignatiello 
P. Pink 
V. Pistone 



246 




J. Plovock 


T. Prendergast 


K. Randall 


D Remhardt 


G Richardson 


A. Robers 


M. Roskos 


D. Russo 


S. Sarama 


W. Schmidt 


M. Plywacki 


C. Price 


G. Rankin 


C Reismger 


M Richter 


B. Roberts 


R. Ross 


G. Ruszin 


M. Savoca 


C. Scheneider 


R. Podobnikar 


R. Pringle 


W. Rask 


C Rexrode 


C Rideout 


M. Roberts 


R. Rozman 


B. Rutkie 


M. Scharlau 


D. Schneider 


J. Polis 


G. Prokopovich 


E. Reagan 


C. Reymander 


K, Rider 


T, Rogaliner 


T. Rudd 


A. Sadar 


1. Scheel 


P. Schroeder 


C. Popovic 


D. Pungerchar 


C. Reece 


C. Ribar 


K. Rider 


L. Rohr 


L. Rugle 


K. Sadar 


K. Schirrmels 


R. Schultheis 


M. Potocnik 


R. Punzar 


J. Reichard 


M. Rice 


J. Rieder 


A. Rolik 


A. Russ 


J. Sajewski 


D. Schmaltz 


R. Schwabauer 


P. Powers 


F. Radwanick 


M. Reichman 


W. Rice 


E. Ritz 


S. Rose 


C. Russell 


R. Samsa 


C. Schmeltzer 


K. Schwarz-Walde 


S. Pred 


J. Ramos 


K. Reimer 


T. Rich 


S. Roach 


L. Roskos 


G. Russell 


W. Saplak 


C. Schmid 


M, Schwenke 



247 









D. Sebusch K. Shaughnessy J. Sigal F. Skolaris S. Smith 

J. Serksnis A. Sherwood L. Sigmon J. Skorich S. Snyder 

S. Setzer R. Shimko J. Simpson J. Skrinjar V. Soboie 

J. Sever R. Shirk D. Sinkovec D. Sluga A. Soeder 

S. ?:e-'er T. Shumar M. Sirk D. Smeltz S. Soeder 

T. Severino M. Siders T. Sivert C. Smith L, Sonntag 

D. bhaner R. Siedler S. Sivik G. Smith S. Spears 

R. Sharon H. Sieferd S. Skartved R, Smith D. Spiker 



T. Springer S. Starzynski D. Stocker J. Sullivan D. Sweet 

C. Srnick J. Stegh T. Stravarace M. Sullivan L. Tabb 

J. Stalzer K, Stephens B. Strazier C. Susman W. Tabb 

. Stamberger P. Stephens L. Stryjewski L. Sutter B. Takiguchi 



K. Stanic B, Sterling 

V. Stankiewicz L. Stewart D. Stube 

J, Stansfield G. Stillinger K. Sturn- 

P. Stanton J. Stoch J. Sulen 



P. Stryjewski W. Swaidner J. Tanko 



R. Swanson 
G. Swart 
M. Swart 



S. Tanski 
R. Taub 
R, Tavenier 



248 



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L. Toth 
A. Town 
R. Tratnik 
J. Traven 
R. Trebec 
A. Trommetter 
D. Trunkely 
T. Tryon 



R. Tuckerman K. Vahcic 



C. Tyrrell 
W. Ugrinic 
G. Ulizzi 
G. Vaccarlello 



V. Vail 
K. Vance 
D. Vandeveer 
M. Vanek 
T. Vantilburg 
A. Vargo 
J. Vargo 



S. Vasas 
R. Verner 
D. Vibbert 
K. Vibbert 
R. Vidmar 
J. Vidulich 
P. Vincent 
J. Vinci 



R. Vincil 
M. Vojtek 
D. Volante 
P. Vollman 
P, Volota 
P. Volota 



M. Wallace 
B. Walland 
E. Walters 
J. Waiters 
S. Walton 
W. Walwortti 
N. Wanchik 
M. Ward 



V< ' i 

R. Waterwash 

B. Webb 
J. Weber 
J. Weber 

P. Wetiagen 
S. Weinke 
R. Weir 

C. Weiss 




W. Wendorff 
K. Wesley 
R. Wtiitiow 
C. Wiblin 

C. Wilcox 
J. Willard 
A. Williams 

D. Williams 




J.Williams P.Winkler G. Wolford J. Yane 

M. Wilson R. Wittenmyer S. Worden P. Yeager 

P.Wilson J. Wolf C. Wutchiett A. Yentz 

S. Winkleman S. Wolf R. Yacas D. Yeray 



D. Yert C. Zaiewski 

D Young C. Zaiewski 

S. Yozipovicfi D. Zawack 

W. Zachary L. Zdovc 



R. Zelinsky G. Zitnik C. Zola C. Zucfielli 

J Zeiko D. Zmijewski N. Zonar L. Zupancic 

R. Zeman J. Znidarsic D. Zovack S. Zurc 
C Zingale 



250 



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ads 
ads 
ads 




251 




MEMBER OF 
AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC. 

21500 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV. 1-5400 



Monufocfurers of Aluminum 
and line Die Castings 



252 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



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



20850 St. Clair 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-8005 




FUTURE 

TEACHERS 

ASSOCIATION 



253 



STEFFEN 

HAIR 
SALON 

25925 Euclid Ave. 
731-2545 



TED BROCK 
JEWELER 

391 E. 200 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44119 

531-5035 



COLLEGE LOANS 



to Parents... 
to Students 




SECOND^&^SAVINGS ...o... 



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and Loan Association 



22480 Lake Shore Blvd. • 731-1111 
MAIN OFFICE: 333 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 



Member Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation 



254 



What ever 
happened 

to tne Class 



or67? 




Someday you'll be asking yourself this ques- 
tion as you look through this yearbook. Don't 
be surprised if the faces of those classmates 
you still know look a little older. The girl who 
used to sit next to you in English may then 
be a wife and mother who worries more about 
raising her children than about J. D. Salinger. 
Your close friend who shared many a double 
date and problem with you might very well 
be only a name on a yearly Christmas card. 

Life changes at graduation time. Most im- 
portant of all, you and the other members of 
your class cease to be a well-defined group 
and begin to act as individuals. 

It's you, the individual, that interests us 
both now and in the future. In return, we'd 
like you to think of us not just as a company 



that happens to have its General Offices and 
Corporate Headquarters in your home town, 
but as a company that oflfers you an oppor- 
tunity to succeed as an individual. 

What ever happened to the class of '67? 
Frankly, we're not too concerned. We'd 
rather talk about what's going to happen to 
you, a member of that class. If you'd like to 
talk to us about your future with Reliance, 
now or after you've had additional education 
or after the armed forces, peace corps, or an- 
other job, just give our Personnel Director 
a call at 732-7000. 



B 



ELECTRIC COMPANY 

FOR FRESH IDEAS IN AUTOMATION 



255 



SODJA MUSIC 

880 E. 185 St. 
KE. 1-2431 




"The Friedman Brothers" 

FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

22304 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE. 1-3450 



T. J. MURNICK MFG. INC. 

Manufacturers of 

Screwmachine Products 

23700 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 441 17 

486-6666 



LATOUR 
OLDSMOBILE INC. 

25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 



256 



GARCO 
AAACHINERY INC. 

machine tools pneumatics 

21000 St. Cioir Ave. 

Cleveland 17, Ohio 

KE— 1-9120 



MODERN DEB 

22822 LAKESHORE BLVD. 
RE— 2-9299 



THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CLASS OF '67 



257 




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CHALLENGER 





INC. 



PRODUCTS OF EATON YALE & TOWNE inc. 
BEARING THESE FAMILIAR TRADEMARKS 

Go to Market in Many Ways 

The diversity of Eaton Yale & Towne's domestic and worldwide 
distribution methods fully matches the diversity of its product 
lines and the customers it serves. Thus, the company has had 
to become expert in the best ways to move things . . . through 
virtually every known channel of distribution. And — all along 
the line as its parts and products move to market — Eaton Yale 
& Towne makes the serving every bit as important as the selling. 

EATON YALE & TOWNE INC. • tOO Erieview Plaza • Cleveland, Ohio 44114 

Formerly Eatori Manufacturing Company 



a 



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For a complete 

description of 

EATON YALE & TOWNE, 

write for a copy of 

our 28-p3ge full 

color book, "New 

Look for Tomorrow." 



EATON 
YALE & 
TOWNE 



TESTED. ..TRUSTED PRODUCTS SINCE 1868 

Truck & Off-Highway Ownponents • Materiate Handling & Construction Equipment ■ 
Industfrai & Commercial f'roducts • Automobjle Parts • Locks & Other Consumer Products 




258 



THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY 




RAIMOR STUDIOS 

750 East 185th Street 
iVI-1166 



259 



NATIONAL 

FORENSIC 

LEAGUE 




EUCLID, 
OHIO 



BERNADETTE 
BRIDAL SHOP 

22686 Shore Center Drive 

EUCLID, OHIO 

261-5550 



RADIX WIRE CO. 

26260 

LAKELAND BLVD. 

RE— 1-9191 



260 



PAPP'S BODY SHOP 




21100 St. Clair 



IV 1-4333 



TYLOK INTERNATIONAL 



25700 LAKELAND 

EUCLID, OHIO 

261-0400 



261 




NON-FERROUS 

METALS 

FABRICATING CO. 

21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 44117 

531-3585 



KEITH WEIGLE 
MOTORS INC. 

20941 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

IV— 1-4500 



LOUIS 
HAIR STYLISTS 

20030 

Lakeshore Blvd. 

IV— 1-3775 



THE 



AMERICAN STAMPING 



COMPANY 



26650 LAKELAND BLVD. 
731-9333 



263 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



DEVELOPING CITIZENSHIP 

AND 

SERVING OUR SCHOOL 

AND 

OUR COMMUNITY 



264 





265 



PERKINS 
PANCAKE HOUSE 

22780 Shore Center Dr. 

Euclid, Ohio 

732-8077 



RHYME REALTY 

535 E. 185 St. 
531-9363 




"Home of Famous Brands" 

MEN'S, BOYS' & LADIES' APPAREL 

22340 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 

Phone: 731-2151 



266 



KNIFIC INSURANCE 
SERVICE 



Serving Euclid for 

Over 

15 years 

820 East 185 
481-7540 



267 



Pickup and Delivery — 731-4662 

EUCLID BLUE PRINT and 
SUPPLY 

908 E. 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 
Complete Reproduction Service 
Photostats 

Engineering Supplies 

Rubber Stamps 
Milt Steffen Betty Busch 

Owner Sales Mgr. 



CHARTERHOUSE MOTEL 



24800 Euclid Ave. 
AN— 1-0300 



EUCLID 
MOVING 

and 
STORAGE 

24600 Hartlcnd Ave. 
Phone 731-6633 



DONRAY PRODUCTS 

20980 St. Clair Ave. 
531-8556 



268 



YMCA 

Young Men's Christian Association 

631 Babbitt Rd. 

Euclid, Ohio 

731-7454 



ED WANK TV 
SERVICE CO. INC. 

333 E. 200 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 

531-1222 



SKRL 



TOOL & DIE COMPANY 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO 



CLASS OF '67 



269 



EUCLID HIGH 

KEY CLUB 




DEDICATED TO SERVICE 



FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 



270 



Your Neighborhood Savings Association' 



INSURED SAVINGS 




LOANS FOR HOMES 



813 EAST 185TH STREET 
IV 1-7800 

• 6235 ST. CLAIR AVENUE 
HE 1-5670 

• 25000 EUCLID AVENUE 
AN 1-1200 



• 26000 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 

RE 1-1200 

• 6135 WILSON MILLS RD. 
HI 9-2900 




LENNY & MAX'S TASTY 
SHOP 

22350 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio — RE 1-1800 
Kosher Corned Beef 
and other Meats 
"FROM A SNACK— TO A TREAT" 
Buy the sandwich — 
Buy the pound — 
Buy the slice 



EUCLID HIGH SKI CLUB 

Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

to the 

Graduating Class of '67 



271 



LAKE SHORE 


INSURANCE 


AGENCY 


508 East 


185 St. 


486-7878 



THE PIPE AAACHINERY 
COMPANY 

29100 Lakeland Blvd. 

Wickliffe, Ohio 

"Unlimited Job Opportunities" 




Compliments 
of 

National 
Honor 
Society 



272 



EUCLID SPIRITS CLUB 



extends 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the class of '67 



MILLWOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



21700 St. Clair Ave. 
531-0300 




455 East 200th Street 
EUCLID 19, OHIO 



274 



EUCLIDIAN 

BEAUTY COLLEGE 




EUCLIDIAN 

BEAUTY 

COLLEGE 

22741 Shore Center Drive 

EUCLID 23, OHIO 

AN 1-2600 



275 



With Every Good Wish to The Class of 1967 . . . 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 

Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 

Judge, Municipal Court William F. Burns 

Law Director William Monroe 

Administrative Director . , Charles Crown 

Finance Director (Acting) Arthur Davis 

President of Council Harry Knuth 

1st Ward Councilman Wiliord Shutt 

2nd Ward Councilman Harry Burkhart 

3rd Ward Councilman Max Gerl 

4th Ward Councilman Frank Chuckayne 

Council-At-Large 

Edward Eckort 

Anthony Sustarsic 

Charles Wade 

Joseph Whalen 

Chief of Police: Frank Payne Fire Chief: George Longa 




276 




PECTRUM 



CONGRATULATES 

THE 

CLASS OF '67 



MASCO 

MACHINERY 
INC. 



23610 St. Clair Ave. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

486-1772 



Compliments of the 



EUCLID MOVIE CLUB 



277 



THE STUDENT SUPPLY STORE THANKS 
YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT 



Barb Martin 
Student Manager 



Alvin M. Amster 
Faculty Sponsor 




278 




'We're as near as your phone" 

BIG BOUQUET 

FLOWER AND GIFT SHOPPE 

480 East 200th Street 

EUCLID, OHIO 44119 

"Pleasing you is our Pleasure" 



279 



To the class of '67 from 

ADDRESSOGRAPH 
MULTIGRAPH 
CORPORATION 

1200 Babbit Road Euclid, Ohio 



280 




Advertising Index 



Addressograph Multigraph 280 

American Stamping Co 263 

Bernadette Bridal Co 260 

Big Bouquet 279 

Charterhouse Motel 268 

Donray Products Co 268 

Eaton, Yale & Towne Inc 258 

Ed Wank T.V. Service 269 

Euclid Blue Print 268 

Euclid City Officials 276 

Euclidian Beauty College 275 

Euclid Moving & Storage 268 

Friedman's Jewelers 256 

Future Teachers of America 253 

Garco Machinery inc 257 

Gornik's 266 

Hillwood Manufacturing Co 274 

Keith Weigle Motors 263 

Key Club 270 

Knific Insurance 267 

Lake Shore Insurance 272 

La Tour Oldsmobile 256 

Lenny & Max's 271 

Letterman's Club 281 

Louis Hair Salon 263 

Lubrizol Corp 257 

Masco Machine 277 

Modern Deb 257 



Movie Club 277 

National Forensic League 260 

National Honor Society 272 

Non-Ferrous Metals 262 

Page Realty 274 

Papp's Body Shop 261 

Perkin's Pancake House 266 

Pipe Machinery Co 272 

Pressure Castings 252 

Radix Wire Co 260 

Raimor Studios 259 

Reliance Electric 255 

Rhyme Realty Co 266 

Second Federal Savings and Loan 254 

Ski Club 271 

Skri Tool & Die 269 

Sodja Music 256 

Spectrum Club 277 

Spirits Club 273 

St. Clair Savings & Loan 271 

Steffen Hair Salon 254 

Student Council 264 

Student Supply Store 278 

Ted Brock Jewelers 254 

T. J. Murnick 256 

Tylok International 261 

Y. M. C. A 269 

Zatko 253 



281 



PATRONS 



Adelon Hair Shoppe 
21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-4868 



Charterhouse Barbers & 

Hairdressers 
24800 Euclid Ave. 
731-0707 



Decker Appliance Service 
445 E. 200 St. 
486-7200 



Alvin's Jewelers 
690 E. 185 St. 
481-4104 



Chesterfield Steel Service 
1220 E. 222 St. 
481-6600 



V. Demshar & Son's 
22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-4770 



Ambassador Lanes 
22661 Euclid Ave. 
486-3200 



Chef Rudy's Carry-Out 
644 E. 185 St. 
481-2277 



Don Miller's Sohio 
810 E. 222 St. 
731-9847 



The Austin Co. 
1245 E. 222 St. 
382-6613 



Clayton Printing 
756 E. 222 St. 
261-2450 



Everson Realty 

24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-6200 



Dr. & Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



The Colonial Homestead 
22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-8535 



Eurooa Travel Service 
759 E. 185 St. 
486-3773 



Beale's Sohio 

18610 Lake Shore Blvd. 

481-9703 



Compliments 
of a 
Friend 



Euclid National Bank 
22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9090 



Bing's Suburbia Furniture 
22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-0800 



Consumer Tire Co. 
20965 Euclid Ave. 
486-4300 



Herb Fitzgerald's Record Shop 

635 E. 185 St. 

531-1313 



Brickman's & Son's Funeral Home 

21900 Euclid Ave. 

481-5277 



Contemporary Music Manor 

888 E. 222 St. 

732-8666 



Flickinger Inc. 
939 E. 222 St. 
731-7100 



Boulevard Radio & T.V. Service 

906 E. 222 St. 

731-7863 



Continental Products 
1150 E. 222 St. 
531-0710 



Freeway Sporting Goods 
555 E. 185 St. 
486-2523 



H. F. Hohlfelder 
26470 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-7400 



Mary Jayne Shoppe 
664 E. 185 St. 
486-4435 



Sam's Shoe Repair 
642 E. 185 St. 
486-8794 



J. C. Homer T.V. 
528 E. 200 St. 
481-7991 



Micro Machine & Tool Design Inc. Setina's Meat 

911 E. 222 St. 777 E. 185 St. 

261-3030 481-6740 



Paul J. Hribar 

& 
James J .Conway 



Lee McBride 
440 E. 266 St. 
731-8959 



Frances J. Sherman 
Insurance Co. 
731-7878 



Hudson Pharmacy 
922 E. 222 St. 
732-7066 



Nick's Barber Shop 
624 E. 222 St. 



Shore Window Shade & Drapery 
21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-7443 



Kapel Realty Inc. 
25000 Euclid Ave. 
731-5330 



Paul's Barber Shop 
687 E. 185 St. 
531-8417 



Solon Drug Store 
21051 Euclid Ave. 
531-1135 



Kennametal Inc. 
27691 Euclid Ave. 
261-3500 



Petric's Barber Shop 
783 E. 185 St. 
481-3465 



Wagner Electric Co. 
21300 St. Clair 
486-1666 



Dr. & Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



Precision Optical 
22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



Swift Shoe Repair 
22812 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9569 



Jay-Dee Cleaners 
921 E. 222 St. 
731-7060 



Priester's Sunoco Station 
470 E. 200 St. 
531-9695 



Trebec Excavating Inc. 
571 E. 200 St. 
481-1000 



William Lynch Co. 
608 E. 185 St. 
481-4449 



Roesh Paint & Wallpaper Co. 

855 E. 222 St. 

731-3585 



Dr. R. McGonagle 
Braeburn BIdg. 
732-8600 



283 




Beginning in June with ambitions to pro- 
duce a supplement, paint an office, make 
extensive plans and publish Euclid's best 
book, my staff and I have finished with only 
enough energy to say "It's done." The year 
has been a full one for us and for those 
who have helped to make Euclidian possible. 

Thanks are due to the people at Raimor 
Studios for their technical assistance, their 
understanding, and their prompt service dur- 
ing occasional catastrophes. Mr. Jim Park- 
inson, our representative from Consolidated 
Graphic Arts, has been a great consultant 
and adviser, and has often renewed our en- 
thusiasm with his words of encouragement. 
The efforts of Mr. Dickinson, Mrs. Foisel, and 
the Business Staff have given the book 
financial impetus, and I hope that our product 
will be reward enough for their work. Special 
thanks go to Mrs. Spott and Mr. Henderson, 
who had much to contend with as first-year 
Euclidian sponsors. Keys, office course, copy 
checks, public relations and our staff have 
involved them in the demanding Euclidian 
world. 

The book itself could never have been 
realized without the efforts of my staff. While 
competing in championship play-offs for 
Chinese jump-rope, mimicking an often-used 
"What's the condition?" or participating in 
tenth period hall-guard evading and balcony 
bull-sessions, they still managed to supply 
me with the lay-outs, copy, IDs and photos 
that are Euclidian. Tested by the tedious 
hours of deadline preparation and decision- 
making meetings, inter-staff friendships end- 
ed in admiration or animosity. May this, 
Euclidian 1967, make your efforts seem worth- 
while. 



Cecily Hunt Editor-in-chief 

Judy Coolidge Art Editor 

Ken Ginsburg Art 

Cindy Wallace Art 

Joanne Allchin Art 

Thorn Kren Art 

Heidi Nietz Art 

Sandy Skrlj Copy Editor 

Sue Mahusky Copy 

John Rice Copy 

Kathy Federico Copy 

Diane Fellman Copy 

Barb Reed Copy 

Kathy Marten Identification Editor 

Margie Engel Senior Editor 

Barb Butt Identification 

Diana Komocar Identification 

Eva Zucker Identification 

Pat Rock Photo Editor 

Beth Heglaw Photo 

Randy Price Head Photographer 

Gloria Regalbuto Photographer 

Marty Frank Photographer 

Roy Larick Photographer 

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