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JUNIORS 


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EUCLIDIAN 

1976 

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EUCLID SENIOR HIGH 

70 E. 222 St. 
EUCLID, OHIO 




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Infinite space and unchanging tides seem to emphasize 
man's mortality. We are here but a moment in the endless 
life of time and space. 

The 8:15 bell rang and the day's monotony began. Bell 
after bell separated time. The endless faces in the halls with 
the same expression seemed to push and hustle, each having 
their own destination though they are virtually the same. 

The endless day was moved along by strings of computer 
programs. Attendence was taken every few minutes. Stu- 
dents were known to the school by their number and ID 
card. 

The years seemed to take decades to pass. A day will 
come when we will wonder where the time went. 



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In the routine life outlined by rules and regulations we 
found change. Changes within ourselves, our feelings, 
our ideas, our surroundings, our codes, and our laws. 

Everything around us will change in our lifetime. All 
of the things that we value as real and true will be tested 
and changed. Change is natural, and we must accept 
it. To grow is to change. 



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The surroundings changed. Often we were moved and 
shifted during times which we were supposed to have been 
ready to face change. From grade to grade, school to school 
rank to rank, we were moved. Forces told us to change, and 
we blindly searched, confused and bewildered. We were 
told to grow up — but how? So often we were ready to 
change, to progress, but forces held us back for their con- 
veniences. How hard it was to change, when the caterpillar 
was not permitted to spin its cocoon! 






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The years of youth were confused and trying. We changed so fast in the few 
years it was hard to stop and evaluate where we were going. We often avoided 
understanding and instead hid ourselves among a crowd or behind a mask, 
never looking within ourselves. 




Somehow in the midst of confusion we grew. Facts and 
bits of information that had been drilled into our heads 
began to take form. We searched and tested what life had 
to offer. The values given to us by our parents were tested, 
and often times changed. We were learning about life and 
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The members of the class of 
1976 took their exit as graduates 
from EHS, as adults. They had 
changed since their first few 
days in the high school. Their 
attitudes, feelings and views 
had changed. They left with 
new goals but still hesitant. 
They scattered in all directions 
as the dandelion scatters its 
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Varsity Football 

The Panthers of '75 struggled for the first part of the 
season with opening losses to Toledo Start, Warren 
Harding, and rival St. Joseph. These made them work even 
harder toward achievement of the pinnacle of success 
which eluded them for another few weeks, until a Home- 
coming victory spurred them on to capture second place in 
the new league. Under the first year tutelage of Head Coach 
Seymour, the Panthers finished the season with a 2-5-2 
overall record, 2-3-1 in the Greater Cleveland Conference. 
Named to the All-League teani were flanker Ken Petardi 
(led league in pass receiving and interceptions), tailback 
Stan Zupancic (gained 598 yds.), and punter Frank Reily 
(33yd. avg. punt). Honorable mentions were received by 
Mark Novosel, Tom Wandersieben, and Steve Pyle. 



Football Scores 



Euclid 



12 

18 

14 



22- 

7 

17 

14 



TOLEDO START 

ST. JOSEPH 

Warren Harding 

Bedford 

BRUSH 

Mayfield 

EASTLAKE NORTH 

Mentor 

Maple 

WILLOUGHBY SOUTH 



Opponent 

6 

14 

34 

14 

19 

31 

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BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Steve Pyle, Ken Petardi, Stan Zupancic, Norbie 
Hongosh, Greg Drew, Mark Kozlowski, Nick Christopher, Andy Zar- 
linski, Dale Noles, Frank Reilly, Frank Schuhle, Larry Schiffbauer, Chris 
Rupert. 2nd ROW: Mike Tortorici, Peter Keck, Jeff Wanchisn, Ron 
Ranallo, Don Willingham, John Ryder, Dan Davies, John Lusoski, 
Phil Bradac, Mike Bamauskas, Rich Ubl, John Grebenc. 3rd ROW: Jim 
Snyder, Pal Bildstein, Carl Kozlowski, Scott Miller, Jim Lynch, Tracy 
Gasf, Jim Clabough, Jeff Schuffert, John Stansfield, Dan Debevc, 
Gary Shay. 4th ROW: Chris Herak, Dean Harris, Spencer Brady, Randy 
Jones, Bill Walter, Mike Lynch, Lee Lumadue, John Lesnick, Don Poropat, 
Lou Dommer, Pat Pyle (manager). 5th ROW: Brian McDonough, Mark 
Novosel, Shawn Kahl, John Trommetter, Brian Feiock, Jim Sumner, 
Mark Wandersleben, Kevin Eichler, Tom Wandersleben, John Leovich, 
Dave Ulepic. 



1. Ron Ranallo eludes opponents to gain yards on a quarterback keep. 

2. The Euclid offense is shown in action. 

3. Anxious observers watch the action from the sidelines. 

4. Punter Frank Reilly kicks his way to the All-League team. 

5. Greg Drew throws a block for leading ground gainer Stan Zupancic. 

6. Coach Seymour contemplates his strategy. 



J. V. Football 



After a slow start, the J.V. Football team returned to win 
five of their last six games. The Panther Kittens' offense, 
led by Captain Jim Baitt, plowed through the line to score 
114 points in their last six games. The defense, led by Co- 
captains Dave Praznowsky and Jack Gregorin, held the 
opponents to minimum yardage and only 32 points in these 
last six games. 



Euclid 

24 

28 

26 

20 



6 

6 

8 



12 



J.V. Football Scores 

Opponent 



• ■ Valley Forge 14 

• ■ • St. Joseph 8 

• Warren Harding 

Bedford 

Brush 34 

■ ■ • ■ Mayfield 14 

■ Eastlake North 8 

Mentor 26 

■ Maple Heights 24 

Willoughby South' 8 




BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Scott Maxwell, Frank Kucharski, John 
Richards, Mark Byrne, Jim Owen, Jim Hunt, Jack Gregorin, Dan Du- 
rasko, Fred Knight. 2nd ROW: Joe Morosan, Scott Bradac, Bill Ambros, 
Tim Sherman, John McCluskey, Rick Jambor, Joe Jarmuszkiewicz, 
Jim Hug, Don Heimsoth, Dave Praznovsky. 3rd ROW: Mike Lynn, 
Gary Uhas, Harold Sieferd, Tony Centa, Jim Wright, Steve Resar, Ed 
Franko, Stevie Zuponcic, Tom Palumbo, Larry Insana, Coach Dave 
Schonauer. 4th ROW: Coach Paul Serra, Coach Dan Hoffman, Mark 
Centa, Phil Horabik, Ed Delaney, Denny Strnad, Rick Burrows, Dave 
Yeckley, Dave Berlan, John Ussai. MISSING: Jim Baitt, Tim Erjavec. 



1. During the mad scramble, Ed Franko evades facklers to further the 
Panther drive. 

2. Struggling to avoid being pulled down, Mark Centa drags along his 
opponent. 

3. Off and running, the Panther strives to reach his goal. 

4. A J.V. nabs a first down. 

5. Dodging an opponent, the Panther Kitten races against time. 

6. John Ussai is caught between the enemy but escapes. 




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Marching Band 



This year s marching band, under 
the direction of Art Sydow and Matt 
Springfield, entertained the onlookers 
with a variety of songs. Each show 
had a theme including a salute to 
the Bicentennial with helium bal- 
loons sailing across the sky. A two 
week summer band camp, Wednes- 
day after school practices, and daily 
morning practices were responsible 
for the successful marching band 
season. 




Majorettes 

With the Euclid Band marching onto 
the field, the Majorettes twirled and 
strutted ahead. Each new half-time show 
gave the majorettes an opportunity to 
display the routines which they had 
learned at practices in the summer. As 
the season progressed, each routine be- 
came more complicated and more en- 
joyable. With the end of the football sea- 
son, the majorettes continued their per- 
formances at the basketball games. 





FRONT ROW: Mary Beth Perry, Dorothy Whitney, Captain Nancy Pred, Captain Lorene Katarsky, 
Peggy Rohlke, Randy Hepp. SECOND ROW: Julie Jordan, Mary Lou Stermole, Rcnee Fetko, Lynne 
Kiro, Johnna Balasko, Diane Babets. TOP ROW: Laura Allen, Chris Myslinsky, Diane Rado, Sally 
Romoser, Cheryl Litwinowicz, Donna Turk. 





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A.F.S. 



American Field Service, an interna- 
tional organization, sends American 
students abroad and also receives foreign 
students. The Euclid chapter raised 
money by sponsoring a spaghetti dinner, 
selling candy, and having a Rock-a- 
thon. The money earned helped to 
bring an exchange student from the 
Philippines to our high school and 
send two students abroad to Switzerland 
and Bolivia. Social activities included 
picnics, soccer games, and parties. 




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Go Bananas 

This year the Spirits Club was taken 
over by the Student Council and went 
bananas. Making signs on Wednesday 
nights, furnishing bus transport for away- 
from-home games, and cheering in a good 
sportsmanship manner were all duties 
which were successfully carried out by 
the Go Banana's crew. 



iorsemanshipl 
Club 

Traveling to Red Raider 
Camp was a weekly prac- 
tice of the Horsemanship 
Club in the autumn. Mem- 
bers learned how to mount 
a horse and gradually pro- 
gressed to trotting and gal- 
loping. The newly learned 
equestrians enjoyed riding 
for fun and acquired much 
talent in riding. 






The following are members of the horsemanship club: (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) Cindy Vidal, Mrs. R. Smith, Nada 
Jaklic, Terri Wright, Mary Beth Gargiulo, Bobby Finneley, Holly McClurg. 



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The Astronomy Club (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT): Mr. Francetic, Arthur Gregory, Tim Role, |ohn Petkovsek, Uwe Botzki, Roy Amacher, and 
Warren Kurtz. 





Astronomy 

Club 

Members of the astronomy club found 
pleasure in studying the universe. They 
met occasionally in the school planetarium 
and then put their knowledge to use in 
their backyards and studied the Euclid 
sky, and its changes from season to season. 



Pinochle 
Club 

Pinochle, a game of skill 
and chance, is played every 
Tuesday by a few of Euclids' 
devoted students. The players 
enjoy getting involved with 
this card game, because it im- 
proves one's memory and disci- 
plines the mind. A player must 
keep track of the tricks involved 
too. The player with the Jack 
of Diamonds and the Queen 
of Spades has an advantage and 
scores Double Pinochle! 





Members of th^ pinochle club are: Mr. Clements, Dave Harth, Mr. Sallach, and Robin 
Pinkava. 




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Soccer 



Varsity Soccer Scores 



The '75 Soccer team rebuilt this season in the midst of 
change. Coach Sattler urged the team to an outstanding 
effort and with most players returning next year. Heads 
became backboards for guided missiles while shins became 
battered by opposing forces. Self-drive and determination 
become the most important key to the game, and to win 
becomes the object of every game. 



Euclid 




Opponent 


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Brecksville 


3 


4 


Mayfield 


3 


0. . . . 


St. Joseph 


2 


3. . . . 


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Mentor 


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Euclid Opponent 

1 Mayfield 

Mentor 2 

2 Lake Catholic i> 

1 Chardon 2 

4 Collinwood 2 

Eastlake North 5 

3 Cleveland Hts 2 

Eastlake North 2 



TOP— Varsity. BOTTOM ROW (I TO R): Scott Parker, Rick Boehm, 
John Bieiek, Brent Yoder, Craig Yoder, Andy Prause, Randy South. 
2ND ROW (L TO R): Mike Schultz, Jack Colling, Tom Young, Bob 
Wirsching, Ken Austin, Matt McDonald, Bob Chuckayne, Head 
Coach Greg Sattler. MISSING: Monte Carlo, Rick Lane, Rob Cowan. 
BOTTOM— J. V. BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Joe Cartula, Silvin 
Kuharich, Dave DiVito, Kurt Gasser, Mike DiDomenico, Herb Powo- 
ski, Mike Topping, Mike Maggio, Brent Figueria. 2ND ROW (L TO R): 
Dale VanPelt, Nick Hadzinia, Steve Camp, Kurt Dieckmann, Jack 
Jesberger, Tom Pestotnik, Ron Anzells, Rolf Klienfeld, Helmut 
Richardt, Davorin Slat, Gordon Friel, JV Coach Harry Siskind. 
MISSING: Joe Lorence. 




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Cross Country 

Last year's underclassmen lived up to the reputation of 
past teams by turning in a fantastic performance through- 
out their first season in the Greater Cleveland Conference. 
The team, led by co-captains Adrian Griffin and Mike 
Chase, went undefeated in dual meets. Junior Bob Gold 
also helped pace the team to a fifth place finish in the state 
meet. 

BOTTOM ROW: (L TO R) Scott Wise, Bob Gold, Mike Chase, Adrian 
GriFfin, Pat Campbell, Scott Wilson. 2nd ROW: Ron Brehm, Mike Glaser, 
Rick Seale, Walt Wolski, Chris Dole, Rick Horn. 3rd ROW: Al Buanno, 
Joe Freeh, John Trommetter, Craig Basler, Brian Derreberry, Paul 
Anderson. 



Cross Country Scores 



Euclid 



Opponent 



15 Toledo Start 

15 Bedford • 

18 

20 

21 

15 

22 

24 

25 



■ ■ Walsh Jesuit 

Brush 

• • ■■ Mayfield 

• Eastlake North 50 

Mentor 34 

• • Maple Heights 31 

Willoughby South 36 




Water Polo 

The Panthers thrashed their opponents as they made 
history by being the first Euchd water polo team to go 
undefeated all season. Leading the team in scoring were 
seniors Joe Cerer, Mark Mahnic, and Tom Hieber. Juniors 
Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, Scott Wise, and Ken Dorsch also 
helped on the attack. Coach Rodriguez was proud of the 
success of his team in '75. 

BOTTOM ROW: (L TO R) Bob Clines, Scott Speroff, Eugene Jas- 
kiewicz, Jim Orme, Pat Grieshammer, Tom Hongosh, Coach Rodriguez. 
2nd ROW: Roger Miller, Ken Dorsch, Bob Ross, Tom Hieber, Brian 
KaU, Mike Pyle. 3rd ROW: Scott Williams, Tim Casten, Joe Cerer, 
Mark Mahnic, Bill Rambeau. MISSING: Joe Perpar, Chuck Keay. 



Golf 



The Panther golf team, coached by Mr. Raicevich, fin- 
ished a disappointing season, but spirits were held high. 
The golfers dilligently practiced, not only in sunshine 
and green grass, but trapsed through mud and rain in 
search of lost balls. Leading the golfers were seniors Tim 
Dailey and Keith Daiber. The team is looking forward to a 
promising team next year as three of the five competitors 
will be returning. 

(L TO R) Coach Raicevich, Tom Chubb, Tim Dailey, Steve Martin, Keith 
Daiber, and Eric Mizner. MISSING: Les MacLeod. 






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The following girls were members of the Blue Team: Esther Akiba, Shelly Anderson, Barb Arnold, Diane Arter, 
Betty Ayres, Diane Babets, Diane Beat, Janet Berlan, Linda Boettcher, Nancy Caldrone, Denise Calvert, Barb 
Cavell, Vicki Cefratti, Chris Centa, Debbie Chambers, Leslie Chrestoff, Kathy Clark, Debbie Collins, Rita Con- 
nelly, Pam Coons, Mary Cunningham, Nancy Doganiero, Claudia Dular, Debbie Eberwein, Alice Fuerst, Kathy 
Grubar, Mary Haines, Pam Hall, Mary Jo Hanlon, Karen Janovice, Kathy Juratovic, Sandi Kocin, Dianne Kon- 
chan, Sharon Leinweber, Beth McCraith, Ginny Matthews, Mary Mavsar, Margaret Modic, Janet Motuza, Joanne 
Mramor, Sandy Noel, Phyllis Novotny, Jan Patfield, Mary Beth Pavis, Anne Payne, Liz Powell, Debbie Redman, 
Cindy Reel, Bonnie Repar, Sue Roeder, Kathy Savage, Shelly Sicurezza, Marcia Slusser, Mary Jo Telich, Lynne 
Ucic, Sandy Vanah, Sue Walsh, Diane Willert, Betty Zagorc, Anita Zak, and Donna Zaller. 




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The following girls were members of the Gold Team: Laura Allen, Debbie Baker, Lynn Baum, Denise Capella, Vickie 
Cesen, Loretta Chuha, Halle Conway, Kathy Criado, Gail Eroskey, Debbie Fink, Debbie Glavan, Julie Glicken, Joyce 
Habenichl, Ann Hayes, Beth Hlavac, Marlene Hodas, Julie Jordan, Denise Kirchner, Kathy Kirchner, Lori Klinko, 
Kay Koci, Linda Leonhardt, Lorie Lisi, Kim Lombardi, Gayle Luskin, Heidi Mihocik, Debbie Morel, Paula Monariy, 
Joe Mullholland, Mary Murphy, Connie Nelson, Diane Novotny, Valerie Paynich, Cathy Pranskevich, Nancy Pred, 
Sue Rado Jane Reid, Sue Ricci, Carolyn Rinderle, Sally Romoser, Laura Sibert, Diane Simon, Margy Skupic, Bev 
Skur, Kathy Taylor, Bev Urban, Bonnie Urgeleit, Terrie Ussai, Char Weiss, Beth Welton, Lacey Zachary, Sue Znidarsic, 
Audrey Zupancic. 





POWDER PUFF 

At 1:00p.m. on Sunday, November 9th, the annual 
senior fund raising project powder puff football 
game took place. Over 100 girls came out to partici- 
pate in the traditional event. Throughout the game 
some of the participants of both the Gold and Blue 
teams were guilty of foul play. Half time show enter- 
tainment included male cheerleaders and majorettes 
doing "their thing!" The final score proved to make 
the Blue team victorious in a 36-12 lead. A powder 
puff dance followed in the student E-room. 



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Homecoming Court: LEFT TO RIGHT: Char Weiss escorted by Scott Miller, Marcia Lokar escorted by Rich Vaiko, Cath Miller escorted by Tim 
Henkel, Liana Phillips escorted by Rick Lane, and Andy Zarlinski escorting Laura Allen. 

October 15 started the Homecoming Festivities 
for Euclid High students. A Parade of floats, 
mayorial candidates, senior citizens, majorettes, 
and both Jr. and Sr. High cheerleaders marched 
down East 222 Street. Due to poor weather con- 
ditions the traditional bonfire was replaced with 
an indoor pep rally which proved to be successful. 

Homecoming Floats from left to right: 

1. Tied for 2nd place Wai Naplo and 

2. C.L.C. Winning float was done by the 

3. Marching Band. 3rd prize went to the 

4. Cheerleader float and the 

5. Key Club Car recievedan honorable mention. 

6. M.C. Tom Murphy of WIXY with president of 
Student Council Paula Moriarty and Chris Zaiatel 
at the Wednesday night pep rally. 



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At the dance, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sophomore Attendant Liana Phillips, Junior Attendant Kathy Miller, 
Queen Laura Allen, 1st Attendant Char Weiss and 2nd Attendant Marcia Lokar. 

Saturday evening action took place at the stu- 
dent E-room. The theme "Dancing in the 
Moonlight" was carried throughout the room 
by the colorful decorations made by the stu- 
dent council. The "One Year" band played 
popular tunes for everyone to dance under 
the moonlight! 

1. Queen Laura Allen with Andy Zarlinski. 

2. Dancing in the moonlight Laura Krueger 
and Mike Thur. 

3. Ken Schantz with Debbie Kowalkowski and 
Mike Skrjanc with Lori Katz. 

4. Ken Kender and Debbie Jordan signing 
the guest list homecoming night. 




Homecoming 




Sophomore Attendant Liana Phillip? 

Homecoming Court, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sophomore Attendant Liana Phillips, Junior Attendant Cathy Miller, Queen Laura Allen, First Attendant 
Char Weiss, and Second Attendant Marcia Lokar. 



First Attendant Char Weiss 



Queen Laura Allen 




Arsenic 

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Old Lace 



For six weeks the Little Theater 
was alive with activity and preparation 
for the coming performance. Char- 
acters began to take the shape of two 
spinster old ladies, who murdered 
old gentlemen as one of their 
charities. 

Teddy, Jonathan and Mortimer, 
the three young nephews of the 
spinsters also began forming their 
roles. The play was made up of an 
assortment of talented actors and 
actresses who ran in and out of the 
Brewster household. 



Abbey Brewster Monica Otcasek 

The Rev. Dr. Harper Duane Hale 

Teddy Brewster Scott Easter 

Officer Brophy Steve Bell 

Officer Klein Jim McMuIlen 

Martha Brewster Carol Imm 

Elaine Harper Amy Stoch 

Mortimer Brewster MarkFefko 

Mr. Gibbs Steve Bour 

Jonathan Brewster Rick Cowan 

Dr. Einstein Marty Frederking 

Of ficer O'Hara Joe Choromanski 

Lieutenant Rooney Paul Gubanc 

Mr. Witherspoon Paul Yanchar 

Mr. Hoskins Karen Workman 

Mr. Spenalzo Karen Workman 





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The 1975-76 school year brought many changes in 
the Euclid Board of Education. Because of Dr. Di- 
Biasio's retirement, we received a new superenten- 
dent of schools, Dr. Ernest A. Husarik. Dr. Frank 
Houser was re-elected to his post as school board 
member, and Mrs. Shirley Nurmi was elected to her 
first term in that position, replacing long-time 
member Mrs. Mary King. The failure of the school 
levy after four tries brought further cutbacks in 
many areas of Euclid Education, and the school 
board members were forced to act on the impending 
financial crisis. 










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FIRST ROW: Dr. Ernest Husarik, Mrs. Diane Luikart, 
Mr. Ted Stepien, Mrs. Shirley Nurmi. SECOND ROW: 
Mr. Lowell Davis, Mr. John Lewis, Dr. William Dodds, 
Mr. Paul Totten, Dr. Frank Houser, Dr. Robert 
Wightman. 



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EUCLID PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



EUCLID 



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EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

7n FAST 222 STREET 

euclid, ohio 44123 
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Administration 

Preventing little problems from 
becoming big ones, the administra- 
tors are always available with a ready 
smile to help ease out the day to day 
problems encountered in Euclid's 
hectic environment. Cooperative, 
cheerful, and understanding, they 
meet the many situations of coordi- 
nating, organizing, and planning that 
arise in their vital roles of school 
management. 



1. Marie O'Neill — Secretary. 

2. Gail Lickert. 




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Deans And 
Counselors 

Euclid's counseling staff provides 
valuable assistance to students. Ex- 
perienced and caring counselors and 
deans help students schedule courses, 
listen to students problems, and give 
career and college guidence. Although 
the secretaries often go unnoticed, 
these women perform the myriad 
duties day after day to keep divisions 
and the school functioning. Without 
them, Euclid High School would fail 
to exist. 




Robert Crary Patricia Keefer 




Elizabeth Luikart 


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Joseph Regano Sandra Regano 

1. Alvin Amster— Business. 2. Sometimes it 
takes the insight of a friend to get through 
life's minor crises. 3. Practice makes perfect 
for this student in the Business Department. 





Business 

With a computerized society, the 
Business Department plays an active 
role in preparing tomorrow's leaders 
for the competition in the world of 
work. A student selects the course 
that best suits his desire and needs 
from a list that includes typing, short- 
hand, bookkeeping. Distributive Edu- 
cation, Co-operative Office Education, 
record keeping, general business, 
business English, office machines, 
salesmanship, and business law. With 
this preparation a student is better 
equipped to enter the business world, 
especially those who took advantage 
of on-the-job-experience. 




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Carol Williams 



1. Just another busy day in the life of business 
students. 2. Learning to use office machines is 
an important part of the future business- 
women's education. 3. Vocational Education 
provides the professional atmosphere neces- 
sary for job experience. 4. Vocational train- 
ing gives students a marketable skill in an 
increasingly tight job market. 



English 



An expanded English program 
keeps pace with today's world. 
Since students are both senders and 
receivers, the skills in communica- 
tion stress the need to be accurate, 
intelligent, and clear. With advanced 
courses in media, more writing 
courses, expanded team teaching, 
and courses in humor and satire, 
students can elect a personalized 
program, especially with over forty 
courses from which to choose — Eng- 
lish, a course for all seasons. 




Justin Antonini 



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Frank Aultz 



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Jane Blaboli 




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William Brown 




Judith Carmody GlenCaroff 




Dorothy Cerny 
1. Carole Rupnik — English 








Sue Harris Gerald Henderson Janis Jordan 



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Ken Lowe Karen McGill 



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William 
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Frnak Mularo Robert Petrovic 



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Mary Kay Repicky Granville Smith Barbara Spiga 



1. Mrs. Gale instructs students in the fundamentals of grammar. 2. 
Litera'ure discussions in Miss Repicky's class. 



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Roger Brown William DeMora 




Nat Dickinson Forrest Diehl 




Alex Dzerowicz Jim Englehart 



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Jeff Hartmann 


Robert Heramb 



Ray Hively 
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Jim Kelley Earl McNeilly 




Ronald Powaski David Schonauer 



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Social Studies 

Through social study courses Eu- 
clid's students become informed 
citizens. Classes in government, 
history, area studies, sociology, psy- 
chology, humanties, economics, and 
human relations enable tomorrow's 
leaders to gain experience and insight 
about the behavior of man in his 
environment. At the same time, he 
learns about national and inter- 
national affairs. With the continu- 
ance of the phase elective program, 
more courses met the needs of more 
students. A revision of the junior 
honors American studies course was 
another change for 1976. 
1. Mr. Demora's government class gets 
involved. 2. The Lone Ranger reveals his true 
identity. 



Math 



Whether a student wants basic 
math, algebra, geometry, or calculus, 
the Math Department offers the op- 
portunity to develop mathematical 
skills necessary for everyone and 
provides advanced courses for those 
who want to major in math. With 
change inevitable, the department 
introduced Informal Geometry, for 
those students interested in exploring 
geometry without the full mathe- 
matical development found in Plane 
Geometry. 



Gene Breartoi Carl Clemenf<; 




JimClil-tel Margie Gorslene 




Adam Pawlowski 



Richard Kackovan 



1. We gather together today to XEQ INCLN. 

2. Charles Reno hard at work. 3. Jim Cliffel — 
Math 



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Charles Reno 




Donald Rinkes 




Richard Rose 




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Fred Sallach 





Paul Serra 

1. Geometry is easy 
when Mr. Pawlowski 
explains it. 2. Fred Sal- 
lach — Math. 3. Marg- 
aret Uhry — Math. 



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Science 



The purpose of the science depart- 
ment is to make students aware of 
the methods of science and the 
natural laws of nature, and to develop 
within them a curiosity about the 
environment in which they live. 
Courses are offered in the areas of 
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Basic 
Science, and in a relatively new pro- 
gram called Phase Science. With 
the introduction of such phase courses 
as backpacking biology, greenhouse, 
and environmental studies, students 
are able to expand their interests into 
a broader range of scientific fields. 




Ronald Backos John Barcza 





Hnward Bender 



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Dale Davison 




Daniel Francetic 



Tom Halbedel 



1. Learning to use a balance provides a chal- 
lenge to sophomore biologists. 

2. A. P. Biology class fascinated by another one 
of Mr. Friedman's lectures. 

3. A typical day in the life of a chemistry 
student. 

4. Sheldon Friedman, biologist extraordinaire. 







Michael Lower Marilyn Lucas 




William Starr Donald Steinbrink 




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John Stocks 




William 
VonBenken 



1. In the chaos of a chemistry lab, a student 
learns by experiment. 

2. Dorothy Tombaugh 

3. It makes just about as much sense this way! 

4. Frank Soltez 




Laurie Carlberg Arlene Carter 




Audree Fox Gaye Whieldon 

Physical 
Education 

In addition to providing an oppor- 
tunity for exercise the Physical Edu- 
cation Department stressed the de- 
velopment of social maturity and 
sportsmanship. Course selections ran 
the gamut from health to hockey, 
from swimming to square dancing, 
and with a multitude of choices in 
between. A new program instituted 
this year allowed students to make 
all course selections at the beginning 
of the year through the use of the 
computer. This system alleviated con- 
flicts in scheduling. 



1. Deck tennis remains a popular girls 
sport. 2. Determination is the key to success. 



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Joseph Rodriguez Chet Rojeck 

1. The uneven bars p ovide a challenge tor 
'his Euclid gymnist. 



Library 

Much like a college facility in 
miniature, Euclid s library provides 
resource materials for students and 
teachers, a quiet place to study and a 
meeting place for special classroom 
activities. This year the library ex- 
panded its cataloging system to 
include materials such as filmstrips, 
slides, tapes, records, and other non- 
printed media in order to service 
better its users. The relatively new 
media center, installed two years ago, 
also provided a popular way to study 
or spend leisure time. This year all 
these facilities were under the super- 
vision of a new head librarian, 
Margaret Burns. 




Margaret Burns 



Janet Butler 




Ldith Muellci 



Kurt Banford 





Media 
Technician 

With the advent of television and 
the widespread use of visual aides 
in the classroom, the audio-visual 
technician with a crew of assistants 
schedule, preview, and repair equip- 
ment for over 150 teachers eight 
periods a day, for five days a week. 
Locating lost equipment, replacing 
worn parts, and reviewing the latest 
trends in A-V becomes exciting and 
challenging as the seasons pass. 
Always ready to assist, these people 
make learning more enjoyable as 
well as meaningful. 







Donna Baumeister Margaret Schultz 




Judith Simonich 



Jeanne Sliter 



Foriegn 
Language 

Each year, many students take 
courses in a foreign language. Be 
it French, German, or Spanish, the 
goal is the same: to master the lan- 
guage, and through mastery improve 
communications and relations be- 
tween all people. Students also learn 
about the culture and the people of 
the land they are studying, and thus 
learn more about their own heritage. 
This year, the department again 
offered a trip abroad in the spring 
for all language students through 
the Institute for International Living, 
providing a real life situation. 

1. Kurt Banford, Media Technician in action. 

2. The library provides resources for students 
and teachers. 

3. The media center provides additional 
learning aids. 

4. Jeanne Sliter, language teacher. 




Milt Kadlec Embert Martin 




RayMontani Herb Nold 




John Supance 



Industrial Arts 

Changing economy and lifestyles 
have changed some of the educational 
ways at Euclid. Classes that prepare 
the individuals for jobs are becoming 
more and more evident. Orientation 
and job training are avaliable here 
before high school years end, devel- 
oping young people who are ready 
for and specialized in various types 
of employment after they graduate. 



1. Aspiring mechanic learns more about his 
career. 

2. Industrial Arts teacher Frank Passarella 
working with his students. 

3. Home Ec, students are skilled in the fine 
art of dressmaking. 





Home 
Economics 

Students enrolled in home eco- 
nomics have the opportunity to 
explore and experience the many 
areas of homemaking. It is the pur- 
pose of this department to guide 
the students not only in the devel- 
opment of skills, but also in the 
formation of attitudes and appre- 
ciations which will lead them to 
happier and more successful lives. 
Students in this department can 
choose courses in clothing, foods, 
family living, and vocational child 
care as best suit their needs and goals 
in the coming seasons. 




VinitaO'Donnell Bonnie Price 



1. The Survey, programs, and many forms 
were produced as future printers were trained 
by Mr. Galici. 

2. Richard Patton demonstrates his drafting 
techniques. 

3. The guys in metal shop do their stuff. 



Art 



For the student seeking self-ex- 
pression through visual media, art 
classes offer many different experi- 
ences. Classes in crafts, sculpting, 
and fine arts help students to express 
their inner feelings in a creative way 
to give pleasure to others, as well as 
to themselves. This year's phase 
courses widened the program so more 
students could do more things. The 
success of this program can be seen 
in the fact that it is to be continued. 




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Antoinette Araca Diane Wiersba 



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Music 



Fred VoUman 



Music, the language of the soul, 
can be heard in many phases of 
school life throughout the year. From 
Varsity Chorale to the Jazz Band, 
from the Marching Band to Orches- 
tra, from the first ball game to the 
final spring concert, the beat goes 
on. Practice begins in August before 
the first bell rings and goes on for 
the rest of life for many of Euclid's 
musicians. 



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Sam Taylor 

1. Each art student concentrates on an individ- 
ual object to sketch. 

2. Diane Wiersba's art class — a study in 
creativity. 



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Occupational 
Education 



Meeting the needs of the individual 
has become a meaningful curriculum 
for many of Euclid's students. How- 
ever, for a select group of students 
this curriculum means more than a 
philosophy — it is a method of learn- 
ing and experiencing. Through actual 
work experience, students develop 
skills they will use in life. They take 
jobs in local businesses, train for 
some jobs here in school, and gain 
valuable experience through inter- 
views and social contacts. A staff of 
dedicated people work daily to meet 
the needs of these students so they 
can be prepared to meet their futures. 




Bill Attamante Frank Fowler 




Joyce Haffer 



1. Robert Hutson — Music. 

2. Mr. Sydow and Kathy Bonf ield ham it up. 



Behind The 
Scenes 

Behind the scenes at Euclid, many 
people perform duties essential to 
student life. Nourishing meals, clean 
rooms, lighted hallways, hot water, 
air-conditioning, clear driveways and 
entrances — all of these services stu- 
dents take for granted and have come 
to expect. With an outstanding staff 
of dedicated people — cooks, custo- 
dians, cleaning staff, nurses, parapro- 
fessionals, and electricians — Euclid 
High ranks number one! 




1. Euclid's cafeteria ladies provide balar\ced 
lunches every day. 



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Cafeteria Employees ROW 1: LEFT TO RIGHT ROW 2: LEFT TO RIGHT Elizabeth Zimmerman, 
Mollie Hoffart, Carole Mocney, Sadie Taylor, Catherine Wirsing, Mavis Kopach, Ruth Cha- 
Winnie Modic, Frances Tavenier, Rose Haines, brand, Mae Kolesar, Pauline Turk, Nina Pietran- 
Lois Brow, Jean Skolaris. tozzi, Ann Mikovich, Carol McDonough, Jean 

Sterling, Margaret Tanski, Margaret Brooks. 



1. Custodial Staff. 2. Paraprofessionals — Thelma Imm, Ethel 
Barbish, Jeanette Katz. 3. Mr. Louis Recher — Paraprofessional. 
4. Grace Civic — Nurse. 




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Mary Urgeleit, Clara Kuzmic, Anne 
Schepke, Helen Chudzik, Mildred Som- 
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Varsity Basketball 

The Panther Basketball team enjoyed success this season 
in the battle with Maple Heights and Eastlake North for 
the GCC title. The team's most evident asset was its 
towering height with 6'9" senior Rich "Chickie" Yonakor 
and 6'8" sophomore Cliff Kirchner, winning the battles 
of the boards. In addition, senior co-captains Tom Harrell 
and Brian Feiock proved invaluable to the contribution 
towards the team's string of victories. 



CLOCKWISE: Jim Daugherty, Lee Lumadue, Tim Kooser, Tom Harrell, 
John Trommetter, Cliff Kirchner, Rich Yonakor, Ernie Caputo, Brian 
Feiock, Jay Kordic, Tim Abramczyk, Mike Girimont, Joe Hegedus. 
CENTER FRONT: Coach Daughterly and manager Bob Holland. 
MISSING: Manager Gino. 




Varsity Basketball Scores 



Euclid 

40 
61 
52 
77 
61 
58 
51 
58 
57 
58 



Geneva 

Solon 

Willoughby South 

Eastlake North 

Bedford 
Maple Heights 

Mentor 

Upper Arlington 

Mayfield 

Brush 

Willoughby South 

Eastlake North 



48 
52 
52 
56 
59 
62 
45 
64 
58 
61 



Oppt 

74 
52 
62 
67 
72 
91 

74 
51 
62 
43 



Bedford 

Maple 

Mentor 

Wickliffe 

Mayfield 

Brush 

Tournaments 

Willoughby South 

Riverside 

Orange 

Eastlake North 

District Runner-Up 



1. Anticipation mounts as the Panther team 
prepares to rebound the ball. 

2. A flying Panther leaps to put a lay-up in 
the net as the Geneva team watches in distress. 

3. Reaching out to dunk the final points is 
Brian Feiock. 

4. John Trommetter responds under pressure 
as he aims for a foul shot. 

5. With the powerful thrust and concentration 
of an offensive star, Tom Harrell sets up. 

6. Chickie Yonakor tower? over a Bedford 
player as he attempts to score. 




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J.V. Scores 



The J.V. Basketball team finished respectably to end Euclid Oppt 

their first year in the GCC. Englehart's 'Gremlins' were 26 Geneva 41 

full of talent, but faced difficult teams and played under ^i Solon 43 

, . -r, 1 J • J J • 52 South 57 

pressure this season. Ihey possessed desire and drive 53 North 33 

which spurred their attendance of daily practices. Despite 52 Bedford 43 

good and bad games, they beat the toughest team in their ^^ '^ivTentor* ^^ 

league, Maple Heights. 30 .. . . u. Arlington 33 

43 .... Mayfield 39 



47 Brush 56 

58 South 59 

47 North 44 

52 Bedford 45 

41 Maple Hts 39 

44 Mentor 45 ■ 

51 ... Wickliffe 48 

54 Mayfield 48 

64 Brush 59 



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CENTER FRONT: Frank Maire, Scott Parker. 2nd ROW: 
Ken Williams, Dave Sexton, Mike Lynn, Bob Legan, Dave 
Linane. 3rd ROW: Coach Englehart, John Laughlin, Jim 
Roeder, Jim Stanicki, Jeff Bergam, Tony Centa, Greg 
Veres. MISSING: Paul Niedermeyer. 



1. Dave Linane goes in for a layup to the distress of the opposing team. 

2. Jim Stenicki gets a jumpball from the Geneva opponent. 

3. Tony Centa goes up for a quick two points in the first game of the 
season. 

4. Mike Lynn sets up a successful foul shot. 




Hockey 



A third-place finish in the Navy Christmas Tournament 
brought Euclid High its first hockey trophy. A 5-4 victory 
over Parma in the tournament's consolation game clinched 
the spot. Led by senior captain Todd Morgan, the young 
club continued to improve and, in its quest, reach parody 
with perenial powerhouses Cleveland Heights and Shaker 
Heights. Euclid faced its toughest schedule ever because 
of the new divisional alignment. The many returning 
players, along with Euclid's improved youth hockey 
program, give Euclid hockey a bright future. 



BOTTOM ROW: Dan Farizel, Dave Carlson, Les Mac Leod, John Barta, 
Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Todd Morgan, Ken Krsolovic, Boris Nastasich, 
Ken Walsh. 2nd ROW: Manager Ed Sheridan, Brad Kuzik, Mike Thomas, 
Evan Nunally, Scott Wilson, Tom Ljubi, Brent Figuera, Denny Dixon. 
3rd ROW: Don Heimsoth, Doug Koller, Gene LaValley, Chuck Ljubi, 
Dom DiVincenzo. 












A Euclid goalie gloves the opponent's attempted goal to prevent a 
score. 

Two goalkeepers geared for action — preventing the opposing team 
from scoring. 

Two icers check each other in an attempt to keep each other from 
assisting their teams. 

Chuck Ljubi prepares to pass the puck to another teammate in a drive 
to score. 



Hockey Scores 



Euclid 



Opponent Euclid 



10 St. Joseph 1 

1 Padua 10 

1 Kent 2 

1 . . . . University Hts 5 

3 North Olmsted 4 

5 Garfield Hts 5 

12 . . .Willoughby South. . . 3 

8 St. Joseph 2 

6 Lakewood 4 

2 Shaker Hts 9 

2 Cleveland Hts 15 



Opponent 



5 Olmsted Falls 

4 Normandy 9 

4 Rocky River 5 

5 .GarfieldHts 9 

2 Kent 4 

8 Bay Village 4 

3 Shaker Hts 5 

Post-Season Tournaments 

9 Parma 2 

3 Padua 11 





Wrestling 



The Panther Grapplers combined their inborn talents 
with acquired skills in pinning opponents on their way to 
a victorious season. Inspired by the leadership of Coach 
Roger Brown, exhilarating performances were consistently 
turned in by seniors Dale Noles, Mark Novosel, John 
South, and Mark Wandersleben. Underclassmen also put 
forth effort for the team cause. The J.V.'s also worked 
extremely hard to defeat their opponents and gain ex- 
perience in hopes of joining the Varsity team the coming 
year. 



BOTTOM ROW: John South, Mike Cefaratti, Randy Turk, Paul Danne- 
miller. 2nd ROW: Joe Grebenc, Dan Stermole, James Potocnik, Randy 
South. 3rd ROW: Jeff Wanchisn, Dale Noles, Mark Wandersleben, Mark 
Novosel. 

BOTTOM ROW: Adam Shunk, Jack Downer, John Miller, White Black, 
John Magruder. 2nd ROW: Mark Slipkovich, Daryl Fanney, Tom Apple- 
ton, Joe Jarmuszkiewicz, Wally Stipkovich, Dick Burrows. 3rd ROW: 
Fred Woods, Brian Remona, Jim Hunt, John Ussai, Mike Christopher, 
Ed Delaney. 




1. Mark Wandersleben scores a take-down for the Euclid cause. 

2. Panther grappler rolls his opponent for a pin. 

3. Another victory posted by senior Dale Noles. 

4. Grueling determination and desire is shown on the face of Jeff 
Wanchisn. 



Varsity Wrestling Scores 



Euclid 
38 . 
37.. 
43.. 
26.. 



Opponent 

Richmond Heights 20 

Chardon 13 

Bedford 16 

Brusn 32 



27 Willoughby South 27 

15 Eastlake North 31 

7 Maple Heights 50 

18 Mentor 27 

26 Mayfield V? 

17 Wickliffe 17 



Indoor Track 



Straining, concentrating, achieving, and excelling are 
the trademarks of Euclid's Indoor Track team on its way 
to yet another successful season. Excellent efforts by our 
guys and girls made for enthralling and exciting victories 
in the relays, sprints, field events and endurance runs. 
This year, through the efforts of co-captains Adrian Grif- 
fin, Mike Chase, and Tom Wandersleben, the team won 
their 100th straight home meet and continued their string 
of victories which began before the indoor track was built. 



Track Scores 



Euclid Oppt. 
71 St. Ignatius 33 



Euclid 

73 



87 Strongsville 

Wickliffe 

79 Walsh Jesuit 

West Geauga 



83 V2- 



■ Shaker 
Parma 

Brush 

Mayfield 

J.F. Kennedy 

South 

81 John Adams 33 

East High ,, .. 28 114 y^ St. Joseph 

Sandusky 

72 GlenviUe 38 North Olmsted 

Euclid Invitational — 1st in field of 8 teams 



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Oppt. 

. 49 Vi 
. 19 Vi 

. 39 

. 21 V2 

. 58 
. 18 

, 20 V2 
. 41 
. 34 




Indoor Track: BOTTOM ROW: John Lusoski, Adrian Griffin, Tom Wan- 
dersleben, Mike Chase, Elaine Petkovsek, Margaret Wade. 2nd ROW: 
Ken Schanz, Rick Seale, Cliff Kime, Steve Pyle, Jim Stuber, Mike Schudel, 
Rich Ubl, Bob Maxwell. 3rd ROW: Mike Fabec, Spencer Brady, T.J. An- 
derson, Bob Gold, Dave Ulepic, Scott Wilson, Joe Freeh, Jim Drobnick, 
Jim Schmidt, John Lesnick, Phil Bradac, Jack Thomas. 4th ROW: Chris 
Dole, Rick Penicka, Steve Resar, Rich Jambor, Rick Owen, Don Bohn, 
Larry Insana, Walt Wolski, Mike Tyler, Craig Easier, Jill Groudle, Dawn 
Woodruff, Bill Kobetitsch. 



1. Bob Maxwell clears the high jump bar. 

2. Halbedel, Ramlow, and Soltez celebrate on the occasion of the 100th 
victory on the indoor track with cream pies and Reddi-Whip. 

3. Dawn Woodruff jumps another hurdle during one of the many 
practices. 

4. Adrian Griffin logs another mile in his trek for continuing first place 
finishes. 





Swimming 

The Varsity Swim team boasted 10-2 overall record, 
and tied for fourth in the Bedford Relays. Records were 
shattered throughout the season as seniors Tom Hieber, 
Brian Katz, Mark Mahnic, Joe Cerer, juniors Scott Wise, 
Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, and sophomore Mike Glaser were 
outstanding in their events. Sophomore Mike Donly and 
junior Monte Carlo did a fantastic job in diving. Coach 
Rodriguez felt great pride in his team, which was unde- 
feated in the Greater Cleveland Conference, claiming first 
place honors in the league. The J. V.'s, inspired by the Var- 
sity swimmers, also had a 10-2 record, to the delight of 
coach Harry Siskind. 



Euclid 



Varsity Scores 

Opponent 



J. V. Scores 



100 Berea 

32 Hawken 

93 Fairview 

87 University Hts. 
49 U.Arlington 
Maple Hts. 
Rocky River 
Mayfield 
Mentor 
Bedford 
Midpark 
Brush 



136 
90 
131 
101 
104 
107 
122 



72 



85 
123 
36 
82 
40 



Euclid 



30 
104 

88 

49 
125 
100 
124 

96 
101 
103 
122 



Opponent 



Berea 

Hawken 

Fairview 

University Hts. 

U.Arlington 

Maple Hts. 

Rocky River 

Mayfield 

Mentor 

Bedford 

Midpark 

Brush 



49 
53 
63 
80 
122 
20 
60 
30 
31 
71 
67 
32 



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Varsity Swim Team: BOTTOM ROW: Monte Carlo, Terry Brennan, 
Chuck Keay, Bill Rambeau, Scott Wise, Mike Pyle, Tom Hieber. 2nd 
ROW: Bill Mable, Brian Katz, Ken Dorsch, Bob Ross, Doug Jones, Roger 
Miller. 3rd ROW: Doug Niccum, Mike Glaser, Paul Luikart, Joe Cerer, 
Mark Mahnic, Ron Anzells. 



1. Brian Katz prepares to flip-turn towards a victory for the Euclid tankers. 

2. Euclid's swimmers and opponents dive in hope of good finishes to 
aid the team cause. 

3. Sophomore Mike Glaser is congratulated by Scott Wise, Mike Pyle, 
and another swimmer after his spectacular finish. 



J.V. Swim Team: BOTTOM ROW: Pat Grieshammer, Eugene Jaskiewicz, 
Curtis Gasser, Bob Clines. 2nd ROW: Bob Leonhardt, Bob Nozling, Jack 
Jesberger, Jeff Lane. 



Girls' Swimming Scores 



The Pantherettes swam to a 5-5 record this season. Under 
Coach Marcia Brown and co-captains Janet Motuza and 
Beth Hlavac, the girls finished 5th of 12 teams in the 
Orange Relays, were 3-3 in dual meet action, and were 2nd 
twice in tri-meets. Other outstanding swimmers were sen- 
ior Cindy Reel, sophomores Eileen Busdiecker, Tory Neff, 
and Debbie Petrich, and divers Ginny Taylor and Denise 
Camp. 



Euclid 

86 Rocky River 81 

101 Maple Heights 71 

109 Brush 110 

Warren G. Harding 57 

94 . Warren Western Reserve . "77 

103 Orange 121 

North Ridgeville b3 

84 Midpark 87 

y? Berea 46 

82 Cleveland Heights 88 



STANDING: (L TO R) Laura 
Kessler, Debbie Petrich, Jeanine 
Rupsic, Carol Dallos, Sharon 
Prileson, Lisa Friedel, Barb 
Kirchner (n\anager). SITTING: 
Diane Arter, Sue Roeder, Janet 
Motuza, Eileen Busdiecker, Don- 
na French, Denise Camp, Ginny 
Taylor, Tory Neff, Janet Berlan, 
Sally Orton, Patti Golinski, 
Cindy Reels. MISSING: Jenny 
Gephart, Sue Heimsoth, Beth 
Hart, Beth Hlavac. 




Girls' Cross Country Scores 



The girls' cross country tearr\, only in their second sea- 
son, achieved a 4-0 record in dual meets. Led by senior 
Elaine Petkovsek, the Pantherettes never finished less than 
half-way through the field. Petkovsek was also undefeated 
for the season and set a new IV2 mile record at Sims Park. 
Other outstanding runners were senior Margaret Wade, 
junior Kathy Rossman, and sophomore Dawn Woodruff. 



Euclid Opponent 

15 James F. Rhodes 49 

16 Mayfield 46 

16 John Marshall 43 

16 ■ . - Lumen Cordium 43 



Akron Firestone Invit. 
John Marshall Invit. 
Willoughby South Invit. 
Wadsworth Invitational 
Chagrin Falls Invit 
Kent Roosevelt Invit. 



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TOP ROW: (L TO R) Kathy 
Rossmann, Pam Znidarsic, Don- 
na Szabo, Karen Shultz, Mar- 
garet Wade. 2nd ROW: Marlene 
Truskolaski, Dawn Woodruff, 
Elaine Petkovsek, Lynne Sample, 
Angela Buanno. MISSING: Sue 
Knight and Marilyn Zaletel 
(managers). 





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Girls' Tennis 

Coached by Arlene Carter, the 1975 girls' tennis team 
smashed their way to a winning season, though they were 
beaten twice by Hawkens and three times by Beaumont. 
They aggresively returned flying balls and left heir oppo- 
nents astonished at their dexterity. The girls not only com- 
peted against other teams but against each other for top 
spots in the lineup. Top singles winners were Debbie 
Williams, with a 9-0 record, and captain Julie Jordan. 



Scores 



Euclid Opponent 

4 Mayfield l 

1 Beaumont 4 

2 Hawkens 3 

5 Glen Oaks 

2 Beaumont 3 

5 Glen Oaks 

Hawkens 3 

1 Beaumont 4 

3 Soloa 2 

4 IMayfield 1 

3 Solon 



BOTTOM ROW: (LTOR) Mary 
Kay Wolinski, Patty Noel, Anita 
Zak, Chris Gole, Tracy Bidding- 
er. 2nd ROW: Lynn Roberts, 
Gail Eroskey, Amy Hill, Julie 
Jordan, Debbie Williams. 




Girls' Volleyball scores 



The 1975 girls' volleyball team fell victim to several suc- 
cessful teams but came out on top with a 4-3 record. The Euclid— Opponents 
team, coached by Miss Whieldon, worked vigorously to g^y^^"^ 
improve skills that came easy only through hard work and Mayfield 14 
dedication. Euclid had the opportunity to host the state Eastlake North 6 
tournament this' year. Although our team was eliminated X4*"i°u ■ l. 



early, it was a good experience for all who participated. 



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15, 
16, 
15, 
15, 
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15, 



15 - 2 

15 -11, 

15 - 9, 

7 - 15 

7 - 15 

IS- 8 

9- 15 



BOTTOM ROW: (L TO R) Patti 
Dietrich, Genute Vaiginis, Lori 
15-8 Breskvar, Debbi Gawor. 2nd 
15 - 12 ROW: Mary D'Amico, Sandy 
Stankiewicz, Holly Hanson, 
Laura Wardeiner, Donna Lor- 
ence, Diana Ortman. 3rd ROW: 
Mary Ellen Turk, Jo Anne Bokar, 
Carrie Franko. 




Girl's Basketball 



The exciting spirit of the Girls Basketball team com- 
bined with their skills and led to many successful games. 
Coached by Miss Buck, the girls aggressively bounded to- 
wards their goal and tasted sweet victory as winning bas- 
kets were put into the net. The girls combined a well- 
patterned offense, a pressing defense, and hustled up and 
down the court to end its season with its share of wins. 
The members of the team practiced long hours to have a 
winning season. 



J . V. Basketball: (L TO R) : Karen Schultz, Muff Truskolaski, Barb Swan- 
singer, Kathy Massaro, Marilyn Zalatel, Mary D'Amico, Holly McClurg, 
Joanne Bokar, Sue Knight, Peggy Eyman, and Kathy Kosovich. Varsity 
Basketball: BOTTOM ROW: Donna Zaller, Holly Hanson, Kathy Ross- 
man. 2nd ROW: Laurie Foreman, Donna Szabo, Debbie Williams, Kathy 
Sands, Sandy Stankiewicz. 




Girls J. V. Basketball 




Gymnastics Competitive Wai Napolo 



Intricate moves combined with personal flair, ex- 
pressed the Gymnastic team's pride as they presented 
their interpretations of required moves through exhilara- 
ting performances. Coached by Laurie Carlberg, graceful 
performances by Sandy Noel, Ginny Taylor, and Sandy 
Vanah and anxious anticipation for posting of scores 
held the team spellbound. 

BOTTOM: Janet Young, Ginny Taylor, Sandy Vanah. 2nd ROW: Debi 
Downing, Beth Thompson, Karen Karlan, Connie Reese, Lyneah Bresk- 
var, Kim Krawczyszyn, Mary Ann Mikovich, Pam Shaffer 3rd ROW: 
Janet Craig, Donna Janes, Audrey Zupancic, Sandy Noel, Jean Czyzycki, 
Denise Camp, Carol Kernya, Patty Noel. 



With precision timing and pointed toes, the eight 
Wai Napolo women competed against other schools in 
the area. Despite recurrent cases of bloodshot eyes, 
chlorinated hair, and water-logged noses, they learned 
to work as part of a team, as well as to develop individual 
achievements. 



SITTING: Karen Cooke, Debbie' Kowalkowski, Denise Camp, Lora 
Hlabse. STANDING: Val Tancredi, Jodi Holloway, Therese Burke, 
Annette Eeckhout. 




Winter Festival 

An evening with Valentine hearts 
and Cupid's arrows set the scene for 
the Crystal Palace. The 1976 leap 
year crowned a King and a Queen 
along with a court which provided 
a perfect atmosphere for the Winter 
Festival Dance. "Bach" entertained 
throughout the evening for the 
couples. 





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Queen of Hearts: Debi Attwood 
Jr. Attendant: Beth Telich 



King of Hearts: Matt McDonald 

Sophomore Attendant: 
Jr. Attendant: Randy South Cindy Pritchard 





Sr. Attendants: Paula Moriarty and Emmett Benedum 
Sophmore Attendant: Larry Insanna 




Sr. Attendants: Ginny Taylor and John South 




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Student Council 

Student Council worked hard and had 
a very productive year. To raise money 
for remodeling the E-room the club intro- 
duced non-food vending machines to the 
student center. They also were respon- 
sible for revising the Spirits Club into 
"Go Bananas" and organized many stu- 
dent pep assemblies. Christmas food 
baskets. Homecoming and Winter Festi- 
val dances also were planned contribu- 
tions of the Student Council members. 
Having a student suggestion box, using 
it as a constructive instrument to meet 
the needs of the students all proved to be 
accomplishments of this year's Student 
Council. 




Student Council Officcsr: President Paula Moriarty, Treasurer Brenda Skoda, Vice President 
Laura Sibert and Secretary Halle Conway. 





Mr. Lowe — co-advisor of Student Council 



The following are members of Student Council: Carol Baur, Mike Belviso, Linda Boettcher, Lindy Bratina, Lois Buck, Judy Burns, Jim Cervenka, 
Leslie Conley, Halle Conway, Annette Criado, Mary Cunningham, Sandy Ditomaso, Donna EUenbest, Debbie Fink, Larry Insana, Sue Kozel, 
Cheryl Lantz, Linda, Leonhardt, Mark Mahnic, Mary Mavsar, Beth McCraith, Matt McDonald, Paula Moriarty, Sue Naninger, Laura Neff, 
Nancy Nemecek, Monica Otcasek, Mary Pavis, Ann Payne, Diane Pierle, Nancy Pred, Sandy Reid, Ron Ryavec, Liz Sawyer, Jeff Schellentrager, 
Joan Siansenelo, Laura Sibert, Connie Sims, Brenda Skoda, Becky Stephens, Debbie Stephens, Amy Stoch, Bonnie Urgeleit, Marian Wallace, 
Joyce Washura, Kevin Wasilko, Pat Wilson, Lynne Wuthiett, Sharon Young, Chris Zaletel, Sue Znidarsic. 




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GAA 



This year's GAA participated in the many 
athletic games played after school. For the first 
time ever the girls organized co-ed crab soccer 
teams. This broke the long tradition of all-girl 
intramural. 

The GAA sponsored a basketball game be- 
tween the Cleveland Indians Baseball team and 
the teachers of Euclid to raise money. The game 
was a success in both entertaining and raising 
money. The girls also sold T-shirts and had bake 
sales to add to their revenues that were used for 
awards, uniforms and a banquet at the end of the 
year. 






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G.A.A. Members: FRONT: Treasurer, Sue Rado, 
Membership and Points, Dianne Konchan, Secretary, 
Donna Lorence, Vice President, Laura Wardeiner, 
President, Susan Nainiger, Sports Coordinator, Sue 
Znidarsic, Board Member, Laurie Foreman. SECOND 
ROW: Debbie Williams, Donna Ellenbest, Linda Lisi, 
Linda Click, Peggy Eyman, Patty Brockman, Johanna 
Balasko. THIRD ROW: Janice Markham, Beth 
Sawyer, Judy Bohn, Janice Schall, Lori Breskvar, 
Gina DeRose, Peggy Rinderle, Jean Czyzycki. 
FOURTH ROW: Linda McLaughlin, Lynn Garapic, 
Elaine Petkovsek, Karen Miller, Mary Holmes, 
Heather Stump, Lauren Parsons, Kim Krawczyszyn, 
Pam Znidarsic. FIFTH ROW: Karen Schultz, Beth 
Stephens, Chris Cole, Sandy Stankiewicz, Marilyn 
Zalatel, Donna Szabo. 




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Cheerleaders 



The 1975-l'^7o \'arsity and Junior 
Varsity cheerleading squads were 
among the best to be seen at EucHd. 
Led by dedicated and untiring cap- 
tains, the spirited crew put in many 
hours of practice in the halls per- 
fecting their mounts, chants and 
cheers. Throughout the year, their 
enthusiasm and undying spirit kept 
the Panther fans alive and psyched 
the teams for a victory. 





Varsity Cheerleaders: FRONT, (L TO R): Laura Sibert, Vickie Cesen, Mary Zak. BACK ROW: Kay Thomas, Ka- 
thy Savage, Robin Lamm, Captain Kim Lombardi and Captain Jan Patfield. 








Senior Vocational Clerk Typists: (L TO R): FRONT ROW: Connie Reese, Donna Zaller, Joanie Plovock, 
Cindv Downing, Jan Patfield. BACK ROW; Connie Nelson, Stephanie Gurzic, Linda Fraley, Joann Sibert, 
Debbie Pierce, Laurie Raggetts, Anne Paine. 





Junior Vocational Clerk Typists: (L TO R): Linda Mikolich, Barb Dalton, Doreen Miller, Lori Hol- 
combe, Ruth Grabinski, Sue Huelsman, Barb Mandate, Cheryl Warner, Brigette Prause, Michele 
Vidra, Mrs. M. Huefner. ABSENT: Terri Churchill, Anne Candela. 




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Junior Stenographers: SITTING: Donna Doles, Judy Hanion. FRONT ROW: Janice Kerns, Dianne 
Vasas, Kathy Geer, Carol Albanese, Debbie Zaller, Josie Strle. MIDDLE ROW: Diane Kavel Peggy 
Laycock, Bethann Miller, Mary Kotar, Fritzi Sansbury, Cindy Vohnout, Connie Cetinsky, Pam 
Wright, Anne Miller. BACK ROW: Kathy Cowling, Bev Bacon, Nancy Brass, Pam Golden, Diane 
Hausrath. ABSENT: Kim Ross and Darcy Ryder. 




O.E.A. 



Both the vocational clerk typ- 
ists and stenographers are mem- 
bers of O.E.A. (Occupational 
Education Association). The two 
year programs stress intensified 
office skills such as filing, dicta- 
tion, typing and bookkeeping. 
Shorthand and its many uses is 
also emphasized in the steno- 
graphy program. Each class has 
one social affair per month. Can- 
dy and bake sales are just a few 
of the money raising projects that 
contributed to their club funds. 



Senior Stenographers: FRONT ROW: Sharon Leinweber, Mary Haines, Betty Zagorc. SECOND ROW: 
Cheryl Yaggie, Jan Webster, Cheryl Zetkulich, Kathy Criado, Lori Lisi, Dorothie Stalzer. THIRD ROW: 
Pam Hall, Kathy Kirchner, Terry Moses Joanne Mramor, Margie Skupic, and Mrs. Sandy Regano. 



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C.O.E. 



The students involved in the 
Cooperative Office Education 
classes attended school in the 
morning and then left for work at 
local business. This helped the 
members gain further skills in the 
business fields and prepared them 
for a career after high school. As 
a club, they worked on various 
projects and became a close group 
by the time the school year was 
over. 

C.O.E Members: SITTING: Kathy Bergant, Mary Anne Finneley, Ginny Diaddario, Mary Saba, 
Cathy Fortunate. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Kimack, Jan Zahurancik, Kathy Benko, Terri Jirousek, 
Betty Jo Shutty, Lorrie Smith, Mr. Ben Sawyer. BACK ROW: Terri Kendro, Debbie Schall, Maria 
Czaplicki, Barbara Cavell. Betsy Calabrese. 




CO E. Members: SITTING: Patty Ferreil, Doreen Dackiewicz, Linda Boettcher, Cheryl Molesky, 
Lora Schultz, Ehzabeth Hoffert. MIDDLE ROW: Cindy PhiUippe, Barb Harps, Denise Kirchner, 
Sue Baizel, Ann Cesar, Naomi Rash, Diana Derganc BACK ROW: Joanne Johnson, Katherine 
Jakubisn, Donna Palubinskas, Cindi Click, Laurie Kastelic, Lynne Ucic, Joella Kooser. NOT 
SHOWN: Joanne Lach. 




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Key Club 



The Key Club helped many in need this 
year and showed much interest in the 
school by aiding Student Council at 
Thanksgiving when they donated their 
time and well earned money, entering a 
float in the Homecoming parade, and 
offering many dances throughout the year. 
The Key Club is associated with the Euclid 
Kiwanis Club and their main objective 
was service to the community. Along with 
the service was the fun, because when you 
enjoy what you do, you do a better job. 
In this Bicentennial year the Key Club 
planned to go "all out" on an exclusive 
project and were supported by the student 
body. 




D.E. Jewlery Sale. 



Key Club Members: BOTTOM, FRONT: Dennis Zerby, Mark Trella, 
John Jue, Marty LaCava, Tom Anderson. BOTTOM TO TOP: Steve 
Zupancic, Jim Schmidt, John Brodhacker, Bob Ross, Scott Wise, Bob 
Payne, Craig Basler, Dale Gulich, Bob Thomas, John Estok. BACK, BOT- 
TOM TO TOP: Bruce Lloyd, Bob Nozling, Dennis Wolowicki. 



Key Club Officers: FRONT: Jim Switzer, 
Crawford, Kelvin Kester, Jim Drobnick. 



Roger Miller. BACK: Dan 





D.E.C.A. 

The Distributive Education Club 
trained students interested in 
salesmanship and management. 
These members became familiar 
with the details of marketing, 
selling, and distributing. A major 
activity of the club was their an- 
nual jewelry sale, a function that 
helped raise money and supplied 
the members with on-the-job ex- 
perience in their field of interest. 



D.E.; FRONT: Tami Pascal, Ann Czyzycki, Gina Tutino, Chris Tekancic. MIDDLE: Cheryl Jazbec, Jill 
Kalves, Denise Mog, Karen Brehm, Debbie Kaufman. BACK: Darrell Reed, Linda D'Amico, Debbie Brown, 
Daneta Krizanovic, Jim Ellis, Mike McFadden, Mr. Sibert. 



F.B.L.A. 




UTURE 
USINESS 
EADERS 
MERICA 



F.B.L.A. members com- 
peted in business skills 
through the district and state 
contest. Typing, shorthand, 
bookkeeping, and spelling 
were a few of the events 
which the students demon- 
strated their business skill 
abilities. Selling candy helped 
to pay for part of the ex- 
penses at the annual con- 
vention which was held in 
downtown Cleveland in the 
Spring. 

F.B.L.A. Members: FRONT: Beth 
Hart, NancN' Steinfurth, Jeanine 
Rupsic. BACK: Anita Augustine, 
Terry Vesel, Dawn Hector, Val 
paynich. NOT SHOWN: Lynne 
Ucic, Pam Wright. 






S.I.E. 



Students involved in Education 
met every other Thursday. They 
were active in promoting special 
programs for elementary and jun- 
ior high students. In the Spring the 
members had an observation day 
when they traveled to nearby 
schools and saw students in the 
classroom and experienced what 
teaching was really about. 



S.I.E. Members: FAR LEFT, FRONT: 

Karen Hutchinson, Lois Buck Liz Morvaji. 
BACK: Al Roller, John Furlong, Tim Rote. 
ABOVE; FRONT: Lisa Williams, Chuck 
Keay, Jean Hasse. BACK: Joanne Oyaski, 
Kathy Torok, Kim Wintle. NOT SHOWN: 
Scott Easter, Becky Stephens, Deb 
Stephens. 




Student Store 



The workers of the student store 
supplied the students of EucHd 
with their necessary materials. 
They volunteered their services be- 
fore school and during study halls 
to work in the store. The student 
store provided a handy service for 



those last minute needs such as 
paper, pens, and pencils. A few 
nice extras that the store offered 
were certs and cough drops. The 
success of the student store was 
due to the efficiency of the re- 
sponsible students. 




Student Store Workers: FRONT: Gwen Bashline, Debbie Bliss, Dave Turner, Sue Gundling, Kim Kaifesh. BACK: Rick Armstrong, Ted Fox, 
Chris Formica, Joanne Oyaski, John Furlong, Val Paynich. 





Vocational 

and 
Industrial 

Club 

This club was associated 
with the trade and industrial 
education program. The club 
members attended school for 
half of the day and then went 
to work at a job relating 
to their field of interest. They 
were trained in a wide variety 
of areas, ranging from law 
enforcers to meat cutters to 
nurses' aids. The club com- 
peted with regional organiza- 
tions in North Eastern Ohio 
and served the community 
through a program aiding dis- 
advantaged children. 



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P.A. And Audio Visual Aids 



P.A. and Audio Visual Aides served the school by setting up address systems at 
assemblies and furnishing video tapes as a learning media for classes. Far left, P.A. 
Aides: Doug Hodakievic, Roy Schneider, Doug Niccum, Brian Katz, Mr. Staines. 
Below, Audio Visual Aids: Brian Katz, Doug Niccum, Carl Hanson, Eric Hanson, 
Brian Cerbin, Ed Filby, Jim Beidle. Rich Lisko, Doug Hadakievic. 






Radio Club 

The Radio Club broadcasted this year 
with their WA8ZGE ham radio from 
the third floor of Euclid High. After 
school the club met to practice their 
radio technical skills. With a series of 
dots and dashes they learned a new way 
of communicating that could be used in 
their future careers. Many of the mem- 
bers hoped to go on to receive a first 
class F.C.C. license. 




Virsity Chorjlr: Lydia Bljzun, Lois Buck, Emily Burns, Mike Camloh, Dave 
Carlson, Mike Cefaralli, Tony Cell, Jim Cervenka, Vickie Cesen, Rick Cowan, 
Scon Easier, Mark Fetko, Marty Frederking, Jeff Caydos, Paul Gubanc, Barb 
Hasse, Kalfiy Huntsman. Karen Hutchinson, Peter Keck, Sharon Krafina, 
MartKa Mayer. Denis* Mihelic, Cathy Miller, Jim Munson, Mary Beth Pavis, 
Debbie Redman, Cindy Reel, Tom Rotar, Debbie Seeley, Laura Sibert,Jim 
Sivik, Debbie Stephens. Amy Stoch, Jim Switzer, Beth Telich, Rolf Kleinfield, 
Karen Workman. 



Girls Chorus: Denise Andrews, Judi Blazun, Judi Bahm, Aleasc Brink, Rosemarie Brown, 
Denise Camp, Karen Collins, Gina DeRosa, Beth Dalter, Helen Fabianich. Roberta 
Finneley. Cheryl Frank. Donna French. Lisa Friedel. Judi Garrett. Debbie Gawar, Nancy 
Gaydos. Pam Ganas, Tina Grieg, Denise Hegedus, Mary Holmes, Mary Ice. Chris Jelenic, 
Robin Jakela. Krystal Kent. Suzanne Klepac, Laura Kruger. Cheryl Lantz. Laura Lick, 
Valerie Lombardo, Beth Luikart, Eileen Mayach, Lisa Meyer, Diane Michale, Kathy 
Mihelich, Nancy Nemecek. Carol Novinc, Angela Oberaitis, Chris Patterson, Lisa 
Pemberton, Lorri Pollach, Patty Redman, Marcia Reid, Susan Samuel. Connie Sartorelli, 
Beth Sawyer, Janice Sehimpf, Carolyn Schmidt, Celia Schulik. Diane Schultz. Debbie 
Shanks, Carol Siefkcs. Dianna Smith. Chris Stasa. Kathy Stephens. Karen Stevka. 
Marlene Truskolaski, Cenute Vargenes, Kathy Wendel, Kim Workman, Helen Yauchek, 
Pam Znidarsic. Choral Masters: Ted Anderson. Debbie Andrews, Bill Andrews, Judy 
Arnold, Nancy Ayers, Emmett Benedum, Lyneah Breskvar, David Brown, Steve Carmen, 
Tim Caslen, Sherry Cebul. Vicki Cefaraiti, Loretta Chuha. Jeff Cika, Bob Clapp, Bob 
Connerton, Dave Sostanzo, Mary Cunningham, Chris Dole, Jack Downer, Debbie 
Eberwein, John Eslak, Laurie Forman. Bob Gold. John Glavan, Jo Ann Cugliotta, David 
Henry, Jo Anne Holloway, Laura Hood, Linda Ice. Larry Insana. Rich Jambar, Joe Jar- 
muszkiewicz. Patty Kane. Barb Kirchner, Diane Kwasney. Robin Lamm, Kathy Ung. 
Cathy Lehman, Amy Lutz, Brian Maksc, Jan Marino, Martin Massiello, Joy Mast. 
Lorraine Matuch. Mary McLaughin. Peggy Mobbs, Mary Murphy, Todd Plamer, Tony 
Perko, Joe Perpar, Robin Pinkava, Kim Popavic, Dave Praznovsky, Jill Primeau, Craig 
ROeder. Steve Remnick, Duane Reschke, Mark Rusan, Bob Ruuska, Shinette Salcedo, 
Kalhy Sawyer, Jim Schmidt. Jeff Schufferl. Diane Serksnes. Pamm Shaffer, Connie 
Sims, Lou Singer, Al Sisson, Bev Skur, Cheryl Sopnicar. Scott Stanic, Becky Stephens, 
Dave Stuber. Bob Sump, Rick Talley Joe Tally. Steve Tanner, Mary Jo Telich, Kay 
Thomas, Cathy Miller, Jim Munson, Carolyn Thompson, Ron Thompson, Mike Tar- 
loricci. Holly Trevarthen, Mary Ellen Turk, Dan Vandaveer, Kenneth Vaughna. Terry 
Vesel, Nancy Werle, Jeff Wesr, Margret Yane. Mary Zak and Donna Zuro 



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Choirs 



Euclid High's choirs; Varsity 
Chorale, Choral Masters, and 
Girls' Chorus sang in school con- 
certs and traveled to perform at 
other locations showing their 
musical talents everywhere. 
Dressed in uniform, the many 
students blended together to 
become a single, united voice. 
This ability was not achieved 
over night, but took many hours 
of dedication and practice from 
each choir member. 




Bands 



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Science Seminar 

Science Seminars were held 
on Tuesday nights at EucHd 
High, with an occassional field 
trip to a laboratory. Many 
scientist and professors came, 
speaking in a relaxed atmos- 
phere to the members on a 
variety of science related topics. 
The result was an educational 
enrichment for those students 
who attended. 



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Science Seminar: FRONT ROW: Holly McClurg, Lynn Kimura, Roy Amacher, John Brodhacker, Dary! Dureiko, Amy Schwartz BACK ROW: 
Jeff Wightman, Ken Kosovich, Lynn Borzi, John Petkovsek, Lynn Garapic, Debra Haney, Karen Woodruff, Diane Schultz, Betty Walker, 
Annette Prince. 





Eucuyo: FRONT: Sandie DiTomaso, Pat DeFrain. BACK: Mrs. Cowan, Liz Powell, Linnea Purvis, Heather Stump, Lauren Parsons, Mr. 
Henderson. 



From Beginning To End 

First the crowds gather 'round, 
talking and laughing. 
They assemble by the curbs and 
wait. 

Then, from far away, the 
sounds come, first faintly, 
then louder, and louder, and 
louder. 

The sounds appear, in the form 
of a band maching in perfect 
formation. The crowds cheer, 
the band goes by, next comes a 
float of every color of the 
rainbow, yellow, and blue, and 
purple. 

Horses, clowns, floats and 
bands in one hugh line. 
Following one another down 
the block-off street. 
The crowds are delighted, but 
they see the last band go by 
playing "America". The music 
gets fainter, and fainter, and 
fainter, as the parade ends. 
— Liz Powell 
Eucuyo Editor-in-Chief 




Eucuyo 



The Eucuyo was Euclid High's literary magazine. 
The members wrote creative prose and poetry 
and also accepted other writings and artwork con- 
tributed by fellow students. The magazine was 
published in the Spring, when the talents of 
these young writers was displayed. 



Survey 






This year the Survey experienced 
several major changes. Their origin- 
al advisor resigned after 15 years 
and three new advisors sponsored 
the club. Their office was moved 
from its previous location to the sec- 
ond floor. Finally, several changes 
were implemented in the staff rank- 
ing system, resulting in the ap- 
pointment of the first editor-in-chief 
in many years. After adjusting to 
the many revisions, the staff worked 
together to produce a fine news- 
paper keeping students aware of 
what was happening at Euclid High 
School. 



Survey Editorial Staff: BOTTOM, L TO R: Mary Clarke, Bob Kunath, John Furlong, Eric Pierson, Joe Lambert, Sue Liggett, Marc Freedman, 
John Petkovsek. TOP, L TO R: Laurie DeMattie, Cindy Dicki, Jean Panter, Eileen Smith, Mike Bartock, Patty DeMarco, Warren Kurtz, Tim 
Rote, Arvy Mackevicius, Ken Krsolovic, Nancy Mikovic. NOT SHOWN: Eric Hanson, Jean Hasse, and Al Roller. 






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Survey Business Staff: (L TO R): FIRST ROW: Lynn Ucic, Renee Voase, Cindy Haney, Linda Yeckley, Cindy Vidal, Mr. Lj 
Mize. BACK ROW: Betty Jo Shutty, Denise Mihelich, Joe Freeh, Paul Vidal, Michelle Jamnik, Cheryl Medic, Diane ■ 
Lockhart. * 



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Survey Advisors: Mr. Antoninni, Miss Blabolil, Mr. McGuinnes 




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The I in I.Q.S. stands for the 
gallons of ink used each year 
by Euclid's many journalists 
who kept the student body in- 
formed, entertained, and in- 
spired. The Q represents the 
quips and quotes that fed the 
intellect and tantalized the 
mind. However, most important 
are the (S)tudents that dedi- 
cated hours of time to meet, 
write, photograph, type, paste, 
print, and publish the Eucuyo, 
the Euclidian, and the Survey. 
This organization honors those 
students that many times go 
unheralded. 

1. Survey Editorial Staff 

2. Editors In Chief: Bonnie Humphrey 
(Euclidian), Eric Humprey (Survey) and 
Liz Powell (Eucuyo). 

3. Survey Business Staff 

4. Eucuyo Staff 

5. Euclidian Staff 



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Debate Team 

The Debate Team traveled to 
other schools to demonstrate the 
process of educational debate. The 
topic of the year resolved: That 
the allocation and development 
of scarce world resources should 
be controlled by an international 
organization. Arguing both the 
pro and con of the topic, the 
members broadened both their 
forensic abilities and their own 
viewpoints. 

The Debate Team: Denise Smith, Arvy 
Mackevicius, Bob Kunath, Dan DeMarco. 




Camera Club 

The science of photography 
was focused on by the Camera 
Club. The techniques of develop- 
ing were mastered by its members 
in the school's dark room. The 
interesting effects of different 
lenses, filters, and various papers 
were all experimented with by the 
members. The young photograph- 
ers learned much for their benefit 
for future use. 



Camera Club: Eric Hansor\, Frank Ciotti, 
Carl Krysiak, Marc Harmon, Doug 
Hodakievic. 



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Ad Club: FRONT: Denise Lorence, Sue Heimsoth, Jenny Gephart. BACK: 
Jodi HoUoway, Patty Noel, Val Tancredi, Val Paynich. 



Ad Club 

Ad Club members were a dedi- 
cated group of students. Present 
at all sports events they sold 
tickets and programs, and then 
were given free entry into the 
game. It was not uncommon to 
see at least a few of these students 
standing in rain, wind, and snow 
in front of the football stadium 
and in the booths outside of the 
basketball, games; waiting until 
their last program was sold so they 
could join the spectators in the 
stands. 




Ad Club: FRONT: Sylvia Krulc, Debbie Andrews, Kim Kaifesh. BACK: Sue Znidarsic, Mary Erdani, Chris Gole, Carol Kernya. 



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Girls 
Swim Leaders 

The Girl's Swim Leaders devoted 
one period a day to aiding a teacher 
in swimming instruction. Whether 
helping someone improve their div- 
ing or introducing new swimming 
skills, these girls were eager and pre- 
pared to carry out their jobs for the 
benefit of other classmates. 





Swim Leaders: L TO R BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Barnett, Denise Camp, Denise Andrews, 
Donna French, Laura Lick, Kim Krawczyczym, Debbie Andrews, Beth Welton, Emily Burns, 
Cindy Reel. ROW 2: Cheryl Engelking, Ruth Jerome, Beth Luikart, Barb Kirshner, Karen Cooke, 
Dawn Krause, Janet Young, Lori Pernowski, Beth Telich, Denise Calvert. TOP ROW: Eileen 
Busdiecker, Eileen Mast, Carolyn Schimidt, Laura Hlabse, Jeanine Rupsic, Tricia Stewart, Debbie 
Polaski, Margie McClearon, Nancy Roberts, Lori Russel. 




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Girls Leaders Club: KNEELING: Chris Gole, Denise Lorence, Paula Moriarty, Holly Hanson, 
Chris Zaletel, Linda Click. STANDING: Mrs. Audrey Fox, Elaine Petkovsek, Kathy Rossman, 
Annette Cirota, Carol Troha, Sandy Stankiewicz, Sue Knight, Lori Foreman, Liz Morvaji, Lori 
Shaw, Kim Kaifesh. BACK ROW: Kay Koci, Char Weiss, Monica Otcasek, Cindy Farkas, 
Sue Rado, Donna Lorence, Laura Wardeiner, Sue Kozel, Carolyn Rinderle. 



Girls Leaders Club 



Members of the Girls Gym Leaders 
Club participated in physical education 
activities daily. They took attendance, 
refereed class games as well as G.A.A. 
sports, assisted teachers in demonstra- 
tions, and took care of the sports equip- 
ment. Summer car washes, bake sales, 
and an annual Valentine's Day flower 
sale were money raising projects for 
fun and finance. 




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Tuesday nights were the scene of hard 
work and discipline for the members of 
Wai Napolo. The 1975-1976 school year 
brought a change in the leadership with 
Mrs. Luikart, secretary for Division S-Z 
and a male co-advisor, Mr. Von Benken. 
These merry mermaids, poised gracefully 
in the pool, practiced diligently on their 
delicate, original water ballet, stunts, 
and routines for their end-of-the-year 
show. To prove their aquatic skills they 
competed in synchronized swim meets 
at Cuyahoga Community College. 



Wai Napolo: L TO R, TOP ROW: Lorraine Matuch, Emily Burns, Kim Snyder, Jody HoUoway, 
Jill Primeau, Denise Camp, Laura Hlabse, Ruth Jerome, Mary Jo Telich. SECOND ROW: Lori 
Russell, Debbie Kowalkowski, Nancv Daberts, Beth Luikart, Debbie Andrews, Robin Lamm, Beth 
Welton, Denise Calvert, Cindy Reel, Karen Cooke. BOTTOM kOW: Annette EecKhout, Kathy 
Wendel, Laura Kruger, Terese Burke, Beth Telich. LADDER, TOP TO BOTTOM: Lisa Hanson, 
Kathy Sawyer, Mary Zak, Kay Thomas, Angela Buanno, and Kelly Buckles. 



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Weight Lifting 



Members of the Weight Lifting 
Club conditioned during the long 
winter months. Lifting weights to 
develop body strength and toning 
muscles was part of their physical 
fitness program. Keep it up Weight 
Lifters! 



Some of the Weight Lifting Club Members 
are: Larry Shiffbauer, Jim Sumner, Davorin 
Slat, Bill Walters, Frank Schule. 





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5wim Leaders 



This years' Swim Leaders proved 
to be invaluable to Euclid High's 
swim teachers. They led the class in 
the daily warm-ups, lessons and 
games. Reffing water polo games 
during gym class and helping fellow 
classmates improve their swimming 
skills was also included in the swim 
leaders' services. 

Swim Leaders: FRONT: Dave Sidnan, Tom 
Walters, Ken Kosovich, Mark Strathern, Steve 
Camp. BACK: Roger Miller, Jim Orme, Ron 
Anzells, Bob Campus, Joe Freeh. 



Foremen Club 

The Foreman Club was a group 
of young men who assisted teachers 
in the several shops and then met 
to discuss the problems and possible 
solutions of those problems. They 
took field trips to local machine 
shops, garages, and manufacturing 
industries to get better acquainted 
with the world of work. Under the 
direction of Mr. Chambers and Mr. 
Nold, these young men were better 
prepared to meet their chosen voca- 
tion and were one step forward 
to becoming foremen after they 
graduate. 




Metal 
Sculpture 

Creativity was a common quality 
of those involved in the Metal 
Sculpture Club. Starting with 
basic materials, they were able to 
transform scrap metal into beauti- 
ful art work. They met after 
school to learn the techniques 
of welding and metal work which 
culminated in their sculptured 
creations. 



Metal Sculptor: FRONT: Kerry Walsh, 
Gwen Bashline, Use Dougherty, Joyce 
Habenicht, Mr. Germock. BACK: Pat 
Schaner, Cheryl Litwinowicz, Arthur 
Gregory. 




Red Cross 

The Red Cross Club consisted 
of a few, but extremely hard work- 
ing students, meeting frequently 
to help those in need throughout 
the surrounding community. De- 
corating the Veterans Hospital 
at Christmas time proved to 
be one of their most rewarding 
experiences. Their biggest proj- 
ect climaxed in the spring when 
months of planning, advertising, 
and coordinating resulted in the 
second annual Euclid High School 
Blood Mobile. 



Red Cross: FRONT: Sandie DiTomaso, 
Nancy Voll, Dianne Konchan, Holly 
Trevarthen. BACK: Linda Fresenko, JoAnn 
Figjer, Bev Skur, Barb Kobe, Sue Rado. 



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r9 Pink Panthers 



The Pink Panthers showed their 
fine seamstress talents in mending 
the schools' torn and tattered 
athletic uniforms. With needle, 
thread, and thimble they worked 
diligently, making sure every 
last seam was sewn properly. The 
girls were rewarded by receiving 
free admittance into any of Euclid 
High's sports events. 

Pink Panthers: FRONT: Nancy Voll, 
Cathy Sakas, Sherri Cebul, Chris Gelev, 
Beth Hart. BACK: Patti DeMarco, Laura 
Hood, Pam Hall, Patty Redman, Debbie 
Redman, Terrv Vesel, Lori Klinko, Debbie 
Fink, Ginny Matthews, Debbie Chambers, 
Chris Centa, Bonnie Urgeleit. 




Ski Club members sold candy to help pay for their skiing expenses. 
Meeting after school on Thursdays (when snow was available) the Ski 
Club traveled by chartered bus to the nearby slopes. Learning and 
perfecting new skills the skiers developed a true interest in skiing that 
could be used in their future. 





500 Miles 

The 500 Mile Club is an associa- 
tion whose athletic members have 
run a total of 500 miles. Many of 
the members were participants on 
the Track and Cross Country 
teams. These running enthusiasts 
built up their endurance, strength 
and stamina. The runners also 
received a great personal satisfac- 
tion in knowing that they had suc- 
cessfully run 500 miles! 



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Child Care 



Girls in the Vocational Child- 
care Course traveled to Noble 
Elementary School each morn- 
ing to teach their own nursery 
school. There was a one-to-one 
relationship between the E.H.S. 
students and the pre-school 
pupils. The girls took turns ob- 
serving the class and teaching. 
The teachers were responsible 
for introducing a science experi- 
ment to their eager students. 
The course was beneficial to 
those students interested in 
early childhood education and, 
of course, to those who would 
later be rearing children of 
their own. 



Sr. Vocational Childcare: SITTING: Lynn Justice, Jackie Walter, Karen Waterwash, Marci Gold. KNEELING: Diane Strang, 
Diane Theodos, Carla Reece, Darlene Antolick, Lilly Grau. STANDING: Linda Laseak, Debi Attwood, Heidi Mihocik, Kim 
Wintle, Cindy Santorelli, Robin Zsaludko. 



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Cosmetology 



The Euclidian Beauty College 
was one of Euclid High School's 
many vocational courses. Girls 
who were planning their future 
as a beautician received valuable 
training in hair styling as well 
as facials and hand manicuring. 
The girls practiced on one 
another and on wigs until they 
became familiar with the many 
techniques and then cared for 
customers with their newly ac- 
quired skills. 




Junior Cosmetology: KNEELING: Debbie Clabough, Karen Genelius, Laverne Nocera, Lorraine Belle, and 
Irene Pinko. BACK ROW: Mr. DiPaolo, Debbie Hall, Amy Arps, Robin Glicker, Margaret Nocera, Tina Gullo, 
and Ms. Fisher. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Deveney. 



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Senior Cosmotology: KNEELING: Jo Ann Senn, Janice Aquilano, and Carol Ivancic 
SECOND ROW: Diane Gedish, Terri Shrout, Sharon Sharp, and Diane Kramer 
NOT PICTURED: Jill Jones 




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Sophome 
Junior 
Senior 
Classes 



All three of the grade levels at Euclid 
High were represented this year. The 
Sophomore Class was really active and 
won the Christmas hall decorating 
contest. Jr. Class elected a cabinet 
which planned money raising projects 
and social functions for all those in 
eleventh grade. Senior Class and its 
cabinet sponsored the annual Powder 
Puff Football game and Senior Talent 
Night to raise money for the last 
event of their year — Senior Prom. 




JUNIOR CLASS CABINET 
SOPHOMORE CLASS 





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CAST 

Herbert Gage Rolf Kleinfeld 

Marge Gage Mary Cunningham 

Jonathan Rochwood . Richard Braun 

Barbara Gage Judy Burns 

Paula Gage Amy Stoch 

Sarah Gage Mary Murphy 

Fredia Sandy Frattin 

George Hustled Joseph Choromanski 

Matt Rockwood James McMuUen 

Uncle Walter Phillip Setnik 

Mr. Loomis Theodore Thomas 

Carson Steven Bell 

Constable Alan Lester 



Winter Play 

"January Thaw" was presented by 
the Drama Department the last week 
of February. The Gage Family of New 
York City is seeking a relief from 
the big city and a chance for father 
to write a best seller. They decide to 
settle down in an old farm house in 
rural Connecticut. Problems arise 
when the Rockwoods, a family of 
country folk, also move in, due to 
their rights from an old deed. The 
problems that both families were 
confronted with created an enjoyable 
evening. 



NHS 



Theodore Allchin, Laura Allen, Roy Amacher, Anita Augustine, Kathleen 
Bergant, Linda Boettcher, Brian Booms, Angela Buanno, Denise Calvert, Denise 
Capella, Christi Casstevens, Christine Centa, Ann Cesar, Victoria Cesen, 
Deborah Chambers, Richard Cowan, Ann T. Czyzycki, Doreen Dackiewicz, 
Timothy Dailey, Daniel DeMarco, Laurie Demattie, Cynthia Dicki, Claudia 
Dular, Annette Eeckhout, Gail Eyer, Linda Faight, Cynthia Farkas, Brian Feiock, 
Patricia Ferrell, Deborah Fink, Martin Frederking, John Furlong, Joyce 
Habenicht, William Hach, Mary Haines, Mary Jo Hanlon, Jean Hasse, Bonnie 
Humphrey, Karen Hutchinson, Carol Imm, Brian Katz, Peter Keck, Joella 
Kooser, Kenneth Kosovich, Robert Kunath, Warren Kurtz, Lorie Lisi, Cheryl 
Litwinowicz, Donna Lorence, James Lynch, Arvydas Mackevicius, Mark 
Mahinc, Virginia Matthews, Elizabeth Morvaji, Valerie Nebehay, Phyllis 
Novotny, Monica Otcasek, John Petkovsek, Elizabeth Powell, Michelle Poyle, 
Cathryn Pranskevich, Nancy Pred, Annette Prince, Sheryl Raymont, Cynthia 
Reel, Susan Ricci, Cathy Rigsby, Timothy Rote, Laura Sibert, Beverly Skur, 
Nancy Steinfurth, James Switzer, Holly Trevarthen, Terry Vesel, Betty Jean 
Walker, Beth Welton, T. Jeffrey Wightman, Karen Woodruff, Christine Zaletel, 
Cheryl Zetkulich. 




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SENIORS 



JUNIORS 



Arastaris, Tammy 
Black, Lynne D. 
Bonfield, Kathie 
Breskvar, Lyneah 
Budnar, Leslie A. 
Camloh, Martin D. 
Cavell, Barbara J. 
Chuha, Loretta A. 
Cunningham, Mary 
Czaplicki, Maria 
Easter, Scott A. 
Eroskey, Gail Ann 
Fetko, Mark 
Haines, TameeS. 
Hale, DuaneE. 
Haney, Dawn D. 
Hanson, Carl M. 
Koci, Kay F. 
Kordic, James F. 
Kozel, Susan M. 
Krofina, Sharon L. 
Krsolovic, Kenneth 
Lambert, Joseph J. 
Luskin, GayleM. 
Mc Donough, Brian 
Mavsar, MaryM. 
Murphy, Mary Ellen 
Myslinski, Christine 
Nainiger, Susan L. 
Pierson, EricS. 
Rinderle, Carolyn 
Rozman, Anthony P. 
Schultz, Lora C. 
Seale, Ricky L. 
Shaw, Lauren A. 
Stalzer, Dorthie 
Stansfield, John 
Strah, Wayne R. 
Stoch, Amy E. 
Theodos, Diane J. 
Urban, Beverly 
Vanah, Sandra L. 
Wagner, Derek B. 
Walsh, Susan M. 
Weiss, Charlene D. 
Yakovac, Philip A. 
Zak, Anita J. 
Zagorc, Elizabeth 




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Anderson, Thomas 
Arnold Patricia 
Ayers, Denise 
Ayers, Nancy J. 
Boone, Douglas W. 
Braun, Phillip A. 
Brodhacker, John 
Burns, Emily S. 
Campbell, Patrick 
Carter, Maryilyn J. 
Cebul, Sherry A. 
Coso, Nada 
Crawford, Daniel 
Czyzycki, Jean M. 
Dallos, Carol K. 
De Frain, Patricia 
Di Tomaso, Sandra 
Dommer, Louis 
Drobnick, James R. 
Erdani, Mary A. 
Fanney, Daryl R. 
Fetko, Renee 
Foreman, Laurie A. 
Franko, Carolyn M 
Fresenko, Linda J. 
Gelev, Christine 
Goldrich Elizabeth 
Gubanc, Paul F. 
Hadzima, Susan G. 
Harmon, Mark T. 
Hegedus, Joseph 
Heimsoth, Susan E. 
Hill, Amy A. 
Holloway, Jo Anne 
Jue, John 
Kaifesh, Kim Ann 
Knific, Thomas R. 
Knight, M. Susan 
Korynoski, Laura 
Krulc, Sylvia S. 
Kwasny, Diane M. 
Lackner, Ingrid C. 
Lamm, Robin M. 
Lockhart, Diane K. 
Lowe, Nicolette R. 



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Lutz, AmyJ. 
Mason, Jeanne C. 
Mikovic, Nancy 
Miller, Catherine 
Miller, Roger I. 
Mizner, EricC. 
Moeller, Susan L. 
Mc Carty, Diane C. 
McClurg, Holly S. 
Pana, Evelyn K. 
Parsons, Lauren D. „ 
Petscher, Susan K. 
Pinkava, Robin A. 
Polaski, Debbie 
Purvis, Linnea, A. 
Rado, Diane C. 
Ranallo, Ronald R. 
Rinderle, Margaret 
Rossmann, Katherine 
Santa, Nancy E. 
Schellentrager, Jeffrey 
Schuffert, Jeffrey 
Sherrill, Charles 
Sims, Connie J. 
South, Randal R. 
Smith, Denise L. 
Stermole, Marylou 
Strauss, Sharon K. 
Stump, Heather L. 
Tancredi, Valerie 
Telich, Beth Ann 
Thompson, Carolyn 
Turk, Mary Ellen 
Turk, Randolph C. 
Urbancic, Audrey 
Waschura, Joyce E. 
Wilson, Scott W. 
Wise, H.Scott 
Yanchar, Paul J. 
Zuro, Donna L. 



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Over the past two hundred years, America has evolved 
from 13 small colonies opposed to "taxation without 
representation" to 50 states that support the cause of 
freedom in every land. From the first shot at Bunker 
Hill to the present vote on Angola, Americans have 
steadfastly maintained that freedom is an "inalienable 
right.' These 200 years have been cautiously bold, for 
our nation has dared to keep the faith of such men as 
Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, George Washington, Roger 
Williams, Abraham Lincoln, and Woodrow Wilson. 
In our day, such men as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 
Harry Truman, Dwight David Eisenhower, John F. 
Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Henry Kissinger 
have added their talents to make America the "land of 
the free and the home of the brave." No longer does 
America stand in isolation of the world but actively 
participates in the commerce and problems of the 
world. Our heritage has given us purpose and courage 
to fulfill that purpose. 

Happy Birthday, America! 








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Sophomores 

Entering into the new experiences and adventures that 
awaited them in their high school years, the Sophomores 
embarked upon their voyage of change. They faced the new 
problems and challenges that they found in the environ- 
ment of Euclid Senior High. Learning from their failures 
and successes, they prepared to enter their junior year. 




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1 Period, Miss Carmody: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Mark Trela, Wendy Dixon, Karen Karlan, 
Frank Maire, Steve Wagle. ROW 2: Fred McVey, Joe Raicevich, Elaine Deptola, Beth Stephens, 
Bonnie Glovan. ROW 3: Carol Adams, Mary Jo McCrory, Karen Raggets, Candi Petti, Joanne Bokar. 
ROW 4: Doug Hodakiovic, Robert Krome, Eric Hanson, Jim McAfee, Ernie Kehn, Karen Schultz. 
NOT SHOWN: Karen Schleimer. 




1 Future homemakers. 

2 A break in the monotonous day. 

3 Kim and Chris — the "banana painters". 

4 Marching Band performs during pep rally 



1 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Nancy Roberts, Michael Wilson, Tracy DelBrocco, 
Curtis Gasser, Mark Brunelle. ROW 2: Joan Deveney, John Pikula, Jack Downer, Dena Grosel, 
Roy Schneider. ROW 3: Don Heimsolh, Anthony Zaiar, Rick Burrows, Ruth Manners, Patricia 
Dudley, Debra Bernachi. ROW 4: Ken Williams, Joe Kotlar, Sue Phillips, Helen Fabianich, Blaine 
Pullin, Robert Lcgan. 





1 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Christopher Black, Diana Ortman Gail Dudek, Lynn 
McCallion, Fred Knight. ROW 2: Judy Calabrese, Darlene Brochak, Marlene Capiccioni, Ron 
Harding, Dean Putzback. ROW 3. Sharon Kane, Bernie Skur, Steve Cavell, Larry Insana, Mary 
Miller. ROW 4: Dave Praznovsky, Guenther Thiedemann, Carl Wasickanin, Mike Thomas, Cheryl 
Haydocy, Eric Lane. NOT SHOWN: Michelle Frantz. 








I Period, Miss Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Mike DeDominico, Linda McLaughlin, Peggy 
Reagan, Kris Ball, Sally Orton, Tina VanBeneden, Debbie Bradac. ROW 2: Jeanne Severino, 
Denise Hartman, Sharon Swaney, Valerie Lombardo, Cathy Vohnout, Tim Griesmer, Chris For- 
Tiica. ROW 3: Eric Kimura, Mike Corbett, Sharon Oyaski, Jeri Fisher, Gina Sabol, Eileen Imler, 
Diane Barshick. ROW 4: Joe Skerl, Jim Owen, Nick Gambitta, Joe Mack, Tom Simko, Joe Perpar, 
A'ayne Habat, John Tepley. NOT SHOWN: Dave Buck, Kathy Clarke, Bret Gower. 




1. Hard at work. 

2. Gossip session. 

3. A restful momement at lunch. 





2 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Steve Pedersen, Greg Simpson, Bridget 
Lane, Christine Journey, Maureen Glick. ROW 2: Curtis Wagner, David Dobnikar, Belle 
Pierdon, Kate Jacobs. ROW 3: Mary Konchan, Royenne Trunkely, Theresa Zavajek, Linda 
Ciarlillo, Christopher Alphonco. ROW 4: Paul Niedermeyer, Eugene La Valley, Tom Yanacek, 
Edward Amos, Joseph Cartulla. 



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2 Period, Mrs. McGill: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Debbie Crouch, Anne Siford, Wilbur 
Crawford, Sam Seredich. ROW 2: Dee Dee Ferguson, Sandy Luda, Roberto Lanese. ROW 3: 
Tom Nelson, Bob Penko, Lillian Lis, Patricia Paloucci. ROW 4: Greg Veres, Dan Swalius, 
Joe Bukvic, Bruce Blosser. NOT SHOWN: Cindy Dotson. 



2 Period, Mrs. Jordan: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Gene Jaskiewicz, Cindy Vidal, Pat 
Becker, Sue Klepac, Sandy Springborn, Kim Duffy, Kim Owens, Bea Petraska. ROW 2: 
Ron Salvatore, Silvan Kuharich, Vicky Weakland, Marcia Reed, Diane Trotta, Kim Snyder, 
Linda Akos, Diane Schultz, Mike Candela. ROW 3: Mike Krai, Joe Benner, Jim Chambers, 
Dominic Fuerst, Ron Slabe, Stan Kellers, Pat Lepley, Peggy Murphy. ROW 4: Paul 
Anderson, John Mansberger, Jerry Dodds, John Laughlin, Dave Yeckley, Dan Darasko, 
Tim Erjavec, Tim Sherman, Rick Boehm. 




2 Period, Miss Lellis: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Dennis Zerby, Vicky Dubecky, Terri Melfi, Diane 
Nacinovich, Patti Akiba. ROW 2: Joan Thompson, Karen Alaburda, Lynn Borzi, Carol Holodniak, 
Kim Krawczyszyn, Jan Schimpf. ROW 3: Paul Adams, Ed Franko, Jim Jakovlic, Greg Neide, Eva 
Parziale. ROW 4: Steve Bour, Ken Corrigan, Dave Bleistein, Ed Lube, Mike Grubar. 



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2 Period Biology, Mr. Backos: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Monique Coyne, Lori Lee Ross, 
Lynne Sample, Amy Schwartz, Tina Capretta, Kim Workman. ROW 2: Katherine Wendel, 
beanna Smith, Linda Miller, Deborah Downing, Margaret Breznikar. ROW 3: Robert Krenisky, 
Joseph Marosan, Mary Holmes, Lori Laukiavich, Sharon Prileson, Laura Kruger. ROW 4: 
Richard Owen, John Basar, Stephen Resar, William Gargiulo, Thomas Wutchiett. NOT 
SHOWN: John Glovan, Robin Jokela, James Johnson, Diane Willert, Debra Seeley. 




2 Period Biology, Mr. Slcinbrink: bOIIOM ROW (L TO R); Karen Stevko, Denise Andrews, 
Sally Sidak, Mark Himmelman, Sue Aveni, Cindy Pritchard. ROW 2: Nancy Moore, Sam Giunta, 
Paul Bencin, Tom Rotondo, Al Rolik, Garnet Sinko. ROW 3: Carolyn Schmidt, Lisa Friedel, 
Kim Troth, Ruth Manners, Mark McDonough, Mike Cigetich. ROW 4: Carl Krysiak, Gary 
Johrison, Jay Fondran, John Richards, Joe Perpar, Fred Woods. 




1. Assistant A.V. Technician. 

2. Alone in study hall. 

3. Homecoming candidates. 



3 Period, Miss Haffer: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Marc Scherbarth, Janet Baitt ROW 2: 
Gregory Stephens, Maria Festini, Sandra Dotson. ROW 3: Harold Sieferd, Kevin Hanley. ROW 
4: George Stoner, Steven Andrews, Ronald Maxey. NOT SHOWN: Laura Strathern. 





3 Period, Miss Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW (L TO Rl: John Magruder, Bill Ucic, Dan Klemencic. 
Tom Hongosh, Sharon Sapatka. ROW 2: Ed Overburger, Larry Hale, Dave Turner, Scott 
Bradac, Dave Pratt. ROW 3: Keith Weems, John McCluskey, Ron Grabinski, Mary Vansice, 
Mitch Zalar. ROW 4: Tom Stearns, Ron Fabec, Rich Aul^muth, Joe Bukvic, Frank Kucharski. 



1. Euclid Marching Band 

2 Mr. Muscarella grading papers 

3. Taking a rest. 





3 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Jeff Clka, Merry Dalter, Patrick 
Grieshammer, Rita Haney, Paul Dannemiller. ROW 2: Mike Zurilla, Margie 
McLaren, Mary Ann Mikovich, Debbie Sadawski, Ruta Jakubauskas, Eleanore 
Callis. ROW 3: Janice Markham, Chuck Penko, Laurie Pultorok, Cheryl Frank, 
Nora Dallos. ROW 4: Richard Lender, Dan Bohn, Al Soeder, Bob Evans, Jim 
Hunt, Gregory Nanchian. 




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3 Period, Mr. Aultz: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): George Mazzoro, Uura Lick, Bob Clines, 
Tracy Biddinger, Angie Oberailis. ROW 2: Steve Zuponic, Mary Lou Ice, Lynne Wutchictt, 
Lisa Meyer, Alease Brink, Mary Ann Thomas. ROW 3: Laura Scherbarth, Jim Podriznik, 
Ken Powell, Donna Strathern, Lynn Badslibner. ROW 4: Jim Keszenheimer, Chris Dole, 
Tom Vitantonio, Bob Cayne, John Mihelic, Phil Sctnik, Donna Ellenbest. 





3 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Jeff Zetkulich, Pam Simkins, Tory Neff, 
Laura Griffis, Noreen Brandick, Scott Lawyer. ROW 2: Christa Hiltner, Marian Wallace, 
Chris Lusky, Beth Sawyer, Sandra Kohagan, Marilyn Lokar. ROW 3: Mark Byrne, 
Jeff Clarke, Scott Speroff, Walt Jurisevic, Cindy Swart, Janet Craig. ROW 4: Jim 
McMullen, Steve Calabrese, Dan Novak, Eric Penicka, Mary D'Amico, Judy Bohn. 




3 Period, Miss Carmody: BOTTOM, ROW (L TO R): Dawn Ayres, Shileen Meany, Steve Mar- 
tin, Lori Harps, Ken Saley, Diane Casciato. ROW 2: La ura Ogden, Paula Kardos, Michelle 
Hornsby, Debbie Tamburro, Chris staso, Laura Gibbs. ROW 3: Richard Tolley, Mark 
Bruening, Bill Macj, Helen Yurchek, Sharon Vovk, Toni Paonsha. ROW 4: Tim Scale, Armand 
Boschi, Jim Balala, Boris Nasrtasich. 




1. Cheerleading practice 

2. Artisticability 

3. Helping each other 

4. Mr. Von Benken clowning around. 



4 Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Rich Gaylor, Carm Tancredi, Herbert 
Pawski, Cathy Corn. ROW 2: Lisa Petsanis, Jacqueline Kuhar, Christine Cooke, Donna 
Scott, Sandy Calabrese. ROW 3 Holly Sterbik, Barbara Brod, Debra Haney, Mary Kuhen. 
ROW 4: Gary Vhas, Michelle Jamnik, Lora HIabse, Lorraine Littleton, Elizabeth Schulte. 



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5 Period, Mrs. Carmody: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Chris Whaling, Diane Hcgedus, Tim 
Rusk, Barb Schulz, Denise Ventura. ROW 2: Jill Groudle, Diana Edgar, Sue Schuenemann, 
John Massaro, Cory Geske. ROW 3: Tom Applcton, Doug Jones, Bob Jejcic, Tom Chubb, 
Jim McArthur. ROW 4: Ron Bork, Randy Wcizer, Terry Larabee, Fred Love, Dave Berlan. 
NOT SHOWN: Jane Nunnally, Art McCauley, Ray Staskunas. 




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5 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Darlene Harwood, Kathy Martin, Chris 
Jelenic. ROW 2: Therese Smerdl, Lee Glinski, Karen Keller, Cindy Herek. ROW 3: 
Laura Petkovsek, Barbara Swansinger, Vicky Terrill. ROW 4: Jim Wright, Steve 
Bealko, Paul Geronimo, Dave Fabig. 






5 Period, Mr. Smith: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R). Frank Ciotti, Doug Taylor, Ron Henry, 
Dave Mihelich. ROW 2: Joanne Sorci, Brad Kuzik, Dan Essert, Terry Brennan. ROW 3: 
Dave Mangosh, Charles Bartel, Dave Harth, Wayne Darash. ROW 4: Dave Linane, 
Steve Nykiel, Pat Pyle, Paul Johns. NOT SHOWN: John Richards, Norb Novsek, 
Brian Rambeau, Craig Roeder, Jim Zeroff, Sam Guinta, Sue Gilkerson. 



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5 Period, Miss Rupnik: ROW 1. (L TO R): Kim Strunk, Diane Deluca, Laura Mark- 
ulin, Jim Tolley, ]ohn Crabitz, Jan Diddario. ROW 2: Chris Otcasek, Bob Morvaji, 
Sharon Ivancic, Kathy Braddock, Connie Santorelli, Debbie Petchak, Denise 
Anlolick. ROW 3: Dave Bilko, Bill Chambers, Jim Pajk, Brian Vickerman, Pat Red- 
man, Shelle>' Lantzy, Dan Vandeveer. ROW 4: Bill Veedmont, Kevin Byrne, Barry 
Breining, Jenny Otcasek, Scott Stanic, Wayne Buza, Kevin Lynch. NOT SHOWN: 
Bill Arnold, Mark Himmelman, John basar. 




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5 Period, Mr. Caroff: ROW 1, (L TO R): Ron Brehm, Karen Terrill, Mike Maggio, 
Sandy Reed, Lori Evans, Beth Thompsn. ROW 2: Teresa Kuklica, Ken BronkaU, 
Peggy Eycman, Bev Manzo, Brenda Laroa, Bryan Speece. ROW 3: Robert Nozling, 
Rich Warman, Bill Ambros, Rob Cowan, Jim Hug, A! Buanno. ROW 4: Cliff Kirch- 
ner. Rich lisko. Rich Jambor, Eugene Dimitroy, Stan Cregorin, Frank Dobler. 




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1. "Give mean E!" 

2. Hail to thee, O Euclid High School 

3. Caught in the act 




6 Period, Mr. Hall: ROW 1, (L TO R): Patty Krause, Ed Wilkinson, Kevin 
Hartegan, Dave Brodac, Ray Dennick. ROW 2: Donna Jones, Lisa Pemberton, 
Mike Topping, Tom Harrison, Charles Pagan. ROW 3: Ron Niemczura, Vic 
Kato, Lisa Turk, Bonnie Hirsch, Patty Zeitz. ROW 4: Dennis Strnad, Brian 
Houser, John Amoroso, Mike Miller, Joe Mertik. NOT SHOWN: Todd 
Haverlock. 



6 Period, Mr. Aultz: ROW 1, (L TO R): Karen Cooke, Sandra Beeman, Bob 
Thomas, Karen Richmond, Chris Unetich, Tina Greig. ROW 2: Deborah 
Petrich, Laurel Niccum, Glovia Cadmack, Janet Brady, Chris Patterson, 
Denise Camp. ROW 3: Evelyn Kohler, Dan Ostberg, Brent Figuera, Deborah 
Carson, Judy Blazun, Debra Williams. ROW 4: Jim Roeder, Denis Wolo- 
wiecki, Ellen Sesek, Mike Bartok, Jeff Havser, Dave Henry, Diane Rebeck. 




6 Period, Mrs. Jordan: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Rick Horn, Ron Ryder, Cindy 
Fawcett, Diane Micale, Laura Kessler. ROW 2: Pam Gonas, Bev Bredesen, Amy Olsson, 
Tina Kuklica, Linda Schieb. ROW 3: Rich Ede, Mike Shefcheck, Brian Nicholls, Joe 
Hayes. ROW 4: Bob Payne, Jim Kovacic, Dave Poklar, Phil Horabik, Cindy Sylte, 
Helen Pavlovic. NOT SHOWN: Elaine Rukule, Debbie Meister, Laura Kruger, Sally 
Sidak, Mike Cigetich, Joe Marosan, Nick Strah. 



6 Period, Mr. Petrovic: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Nora Burke, Rosie Mantz, Amy John- 
son, John Yuras, Julie V'oss, Cheryl Everson, Dave Struber. ROW 2: Jan Pozelnik, Donna 
Schwenner, Michelle Kerrett, Lori Breskvar, Bev Ranson, Chuck Limbert, Mike Malloy. 
ROW 3 Tom Molkentin, Ed Locke, John Hall, Bob Hershman, Mike Donley, Dawn Black, 
Karen Miller. ROW 4: Curt Smith, Bob Nass, Steve Reminick, Jim Biller, Tom Palumbo, 
Lou Clemens, Dave Sufka. 




6 Period, Mrs. McCill: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): James Baer, Mark Bregy, Richard 
Vehovec, Bruce Cefaratti. ROW 2: Robert Holland, James Baitl, Charles Benko, Steve 
Crindle. NOT SHOWN: Dave Sadowski, Shelia Fryar, Brad Snyder, Lolly Prinzler. 




7 Period, Mrs. Cowan: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Carolyn Herbst, Pam de Cutis, 
Christine Kaneen, Kathy Lucas. ROW 2: Maureen Alaburda, Heidi Entsminager, 
Liana Phillips, Cindy Hane>, Barbara Beasley. ROW 3: Kathy Mihelick, Sandy 
Hastings, Julie Strogisher, Mar.- Beth Delaney, Ann Grguric. ROW 4: Gary Smith, 
Mike Thur, Mark Mantz, Mary Jane Legge, Annette Criado. 





7 Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROW (I TO R): Patricia Brennan, Amy Sclwyn, 
Monica Troha, Lydia Jurkovic. ROW 2: Gina DiRosc, Janet Hosa, Celia Schulik, 
Ellen Mayock. ROW 3: Mike Norton, Alan Urbancic, Bill Klun, Richard Spelic. 
ROW 4: Ed Filby, Joe Vance, Ray Sierko, Mike Fabec, Stephen ApiceUo. 




7 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): John Estok, JoAnn Micheal, 
Mary Zelinsky, Denise Berzin. ROW 2: Lori Russell, Qndy Hassel, Glen 
Giegerich, Lori Pollock. ROW 3: Carol Novinc, Ruth Jerome, Linda Somrak, 
Dave Carrish. ROW 4: Mike Chapman, Jim Beidle, John Kokal, John 
DeGeronimo. 



7 Period, .Ms. Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Jerry Blau, Vic Seeder, John 
Morgan, Pat Dietrich, Pat kastelic, Mike CutvsTight. ROVV 2: .Marlene Truskolaski, 
JoAnn Marino, Gcnute Vaiginis, Beth Ann Swift, Jim Huston, Thane Mains. 
ROW 3: Nancy Griswold, Doreen Bowan, Theresa Reagan, Julie Sheer, Nina 
Ko«th, Carol Siefkes. ROW 4: George Phillippe, Ed Henfling, Tony Centa, Jim 
Robertson, Judy Yount, Robin Friend. NOT SHOWN: Jack McMonaglc, Joe 
Spicer, Randy Brokate, Dave Miller, Kathy York. 



8 Period, Mr. Caroff : BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R) : Lori Molnar, Kathy Wendel, 
Ellen Tortorich, Janet "\oung, Sam Samuel, Penny Parsch. ROW 2: Gary 
Neide, Debbie Foster, Lori Laukiavick, Jim Rossman, Beth Luikart, Pam 
Znidarsic, Dawn Krause. ROW 3: Steve Resar, Carl Krs'siak, Jack Jesberger 
Jim Bradshaw, Rick^ Slovenec, Stan Groudle. ROW 4: Scott Parker, Mark 
McDonough, Ed Delaney, Mike Glaser, John Ussai, Tony Perko, Mark 
Centa. 





8 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Bob Whitney, Tim Tuchewicz, Cheryl 
Capadona, Mar>' Olgiate, Mary Jankowski, Cyndi Yaggi. ROW 2: Sue Hrwatzki, Scott 
Evans, Rich Mulvinas, Sandy Loamis, Allen Goldstein, Bob Fitzsimmons. ROW 3: 
Frank Debevec, Ken Balogh, Rick Farkas, Adam Shunk, Carol Blasko, Goranka 
Zupanovic. ROW 4: Jim Stanicki, John Glovan, Barry Miller, Bill Blankenship, John 
Vaughan, Ken Zappia. 



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8 Period, Mrs. Jordan: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Doug Weiss, Bob Dutko, Chuck 
Keay, Al Zupancic, Debbie Gawdor. ROW 2: Johni Luccio, Sue Litwinowicz, Betty 
Craig, Joann Snyder, Cheryl Bagwell, Lynn Indiano. ROW 3: Al Wilhelm, Joe Scher- 
visch, DeSales Rowan, Ellen Money, Vicky Hirsch. ROW 4: Jeff Bergman, Craig Fisher, 
Walt Wolski, Mike Tyler, Phio Perme, Larry Varwig. NOT SHOWN: Pat Caddick, 
Shiela Neal. 




1. Please, no, don't come near me! 

2. That special five minute locker break. 

3. Sue Heimsoth practicing for the after- 
game dance with her favorite wastebasket. 

4. Now, who woke me up? 

5. Cheerleader Robin Lamm hoping for a 
Panther victory. 



8 Period, Miss Leilis: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Diane Barry, Gail Suscheck, Jeff West, 
Jan Newmann, Maria Draxler, Daryl Dureiko, Chuck Kapec. ROW 2: Gloria Petrick, Patty 
Meier, Lynn Garapic, Eileen Busdiecker, Robin Jokela, Dawn Woodruff, Terri Janovich, 
Garnet Sinko. ROW 3: Nancy Nemecek, Donna French, Kathy Burns, Jim Daugherty, Dary 
Saletrik, Nancy Pryatel, Lori Katz. ROW 4: Keith Lockhart, John Planisek, Chuck Rapkin, 
Sue Burton, Louise Sper, Marc Freedman, Dave Sexton, Stefanie Krofina. 





8 Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROW, (L fo R): Beda Federici, Kathleen Boisar, Julie Szolek, 
Marcia Coons, Steve Tanner, Christine Shantery. ROW 2: Donna Stroberg, Carolyn Paulos, 
Donna Madison, Lisa Williams, Michelle Lonchar. ROW 3: Corrine Randolph, Deborah 
Downing, Steve Bell, John Offerle, Wendy Taylor, Joanne Klepacki. ROW 4: Brian Ramona, 
Nancy Gaydos, James Monzel, Joe Jarmuszkiewicz, Mary Holmes, Cora Lesefky. 




8 Period, Miss Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Chris Chrestoff, Donna Johnston, Kathy 
Stephens, Ken Baris, Loraine Goetz, Tony Gabriele. ROW 2: Sandy Vallee, Diane Dennick, 
Sandy Kirby, Ruth Ager, Roberta Finneley, Pam Humpal. ROW 3: Paul Wacchaus, Wendell 
Rountree, Mark Mannion, Landin Robinette, Becky Brady, Joe Lorence. ROW 4: Jim Ent- 
sminger, Brian Swatty, Keith Asher, Bill Miller, Phil Hogan, Howard Zucker, Ann Pascalel. 
NOT SHOWN: Krystal Kent, Pat Wilson. 



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Juniors 



After one year's experience at Euclid, the juniors 
returned for another year of work. They became the 
bullwarks of the athletic program and organiza- 
tions. Looking forward to future careers many jun- 
iors launched vocational programs while many col- 
lege bound students continued with their academic 
programs leading to a profession. As the year pro- 
gressed, the juniors met the challenges and in May 
accepted the reins of seniorhood. Thus, they became 
the class of 77. 




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1976 was the Bicentennial year, a very important histori- 
cal moment. The school year of '75-76 was also a very 
special year for seniors. They became more aware of the 
future, its responsibilities and challenges. All of the 
seniors were individuals. Some left school early and went to 
their jobs, while others stayed after school and participated 
in activities. For some, their final year was the best, and 
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2. Give me a hand. 

3. Chris Rupert finally finds a cure for his big mouth. 




1. Lover- Boy Girimont 

2. "Beauty King", Mark Mahnic 

3. Raggedy Donna 



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1. Is it Santa Claus or the "Easter" Bunriy? 

2. The scientific way to hang yourself. 

3. Did one of those plants just talk to me? 




1. You can do some crazy things with glue. 

2. Mike Scully and his 8 gang. 



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2. Oh no — you're kidding! 




1. Performing major surgery. 

2. Enjoying the first signs of winter 

3. Ring in the Spirit of '76. 




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1. Green thumbs 

2. Sweets for the sweel 

3. Bill Rambeau — eati 



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1. Rick Cowan, taking it easy. 

2. She just doesn't like cameras. 

3. How do you start this thing? 




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2. Decking the halls with spirit. 

3. She tripped me! She really did . . . 



1. Experimentation, contemplation, frustration. 

2. Up, up and away! 

3. Do you feel a draft in this room? 



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1. The Senior Class; The Cheering Champs. 

2. The answer was right on the tip of his tongue. 

3. Welcome to my Secret World!! 



1. Comic Relief 

2. Button up your overcoat 




1. Move your purse, Ron! 

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1. Caught in the act. 

2. I'd rather fight than switch 




1. And this is my bag of tricks, guaranteed to snag a man. 

2. C'mon Camloh, get it together! 

3. Wont ANYONE help me do all this homework? 



1. Bill Rambeau: Casanova of the halls. 

2. You'd smile too, if you knew what I was drawing. 





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2. Sometimes I need a pat on the back. 

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Akiba, Esthers. 

Big Show, 10, Medical Careers, 10,11: Metal 

Sculpture Club, 11; Gymnastics, 10. 

Alaburda, Robin 



Allchin, Theodore A. 
\.fJi. Club And Audio Aids, 10,11; AFS, 10- 
" 12 AFS President, 12; Key Club, 10,11; Sci- 
ence Seminar, 10-12: NHS, 11,12. 



Allen, Laura L. 

Senior Talent Night, 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold, 12; GAA, 10; Majorettes, 11,12; 
Senior Scandal, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12 
Swim Leaders Girls, 11; Big Show, 11,12, 
Cabinet, 11; Occupational Ed. Pres., 11, 
12; NHS, 11,12. 



Amacher, Roy H. 

Astromony Club, 10-12; Key Club, 10; NHS, 
11,12; Science Seminar, 10-12; Band, 10; Teach- 
er's Aid, 10,11; Computer Jocks, 11,12. 



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lersky, Frederick 

Kl^Club, 10,12; AFS, 12; Ski Club, 12. 

Anderson, Karen 

Clerk-Typist Treas.. 11,12; Swim Leaders 
Girls, 10,11; Girls Basketball, 10,11; Girls 
Swimming, 10,11, Powder Puff Football Gold, 
12; Clerk-Typist, 11,12. 



Anderson, Michelle L 
Powder Puff Football Blue 



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Antolick, P. Darlene 

Pin', Pan»fp'C!ub 10: Senior Class, 12; Teach- 
er , .A; J 10,11 

Anzells, Ronald F. 

Swin-,rr,ing, 10-12 Soccer, 12: Key Club, 11; 

Swin-, Leader- Bovs, 11,12. 

Aquilano, Janis 

Arastaris, Tamiry 

Arbogast, Kevin R. 

Archibald, Edward J 

Archibald, Jack R. 

Arko, Herbert J. 

Arnold, Barbara L. 

Swim Leaders Girls, 1 1 IVai Napolo, 11; 
Band, 10,11; Powder Put; F otball Blue, 12: 
Metal Sculpture Club, 10. 

Arnold, David F. 

AFS, 12; Choral Masters, 10,11 

'^'■t'-' Diane M. 

anas), 11,12; Girls Swirrnirj' 
ff Football Blue, 12. 



Attwood, DebiL. 

Student Council, 11: Jr. Cabinet, 10. 

Augustine, Anita J. 

Ad Club, 11: FBLA, 12; Medical Careers, 

10,11; NHS, 11,12: Pink Panther Club, 10. 

Austin, Jeannine P. 

Voc.AndInd.Club,12. 

Austin, Kenneth C. 

Baseball, 10; Soccer, 11,12; J.V. Soccer, 10, 
11; J.V. Soccer Captain, 10; Hockey, 11; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 10,11. 

Ayers, Robert R. 

Forman Club Pres., 12: Ski Club, 11. 

Ayres, Betty J. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Senior Class, 12; 

Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Babets, Diane 
Humanities East, 10-12. 

Baehr, Barbara A. 

Bagwell, Garnette R. 

Baizel,Susan A. 
C.O.E.aub,12. 

Baker, Debra V. 

Ad Club, 11; Girls Swimming, 11; Senior 
Talent Night, 12; Powder Puff Football 
Gold, 12. 

Balazs, Andrew J. 

Bambic, Sharon 

Baris, Alice 
D.E. Club, 11,12. 

Barnauskas, Michael 

J.V. Football, 10; Football, 11,12; Letterman 

Club, 11; Weight Club, 11. 

Barnes, Dean A. 
Barnett,Barb 
Barry, Jeffrey L. 



Barta, John 

Letterman Club, 10; Hockey, 10-12. 



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Baum, Lynne D. 

Stnioi Class, 12; GAA, 10,11; Horsemanship 
Club, 10. 

Beadle, David E 

Marching Band, 10-12, Stage Band, 10-12; 
Big Show, 10-12; Orchestra, 10,12; Band, 10-12; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12. 



Beal, Diane L. 

Ski Club Sect., 11; Ski Club, 10,12; Powder 
Puff Football Blue, 12; AFS, 10,11; Humanities 
East, 11; Senior Talent Night, 12; Senior 
Class, 12; Big Show, 10; Jr. Class, 11. 

Benedum, Emmett G. 

Benko, Kathleen 
C.O.E.Club,i2. 

Benner, Debra M. 

Bergant, Kathleen A. 

Ad Club, 11,12; C.O.E. Club V. Pres., 12; 

FBLA, 11; NHS, 11,12; Choral Masters, 11. 

Berlan, Janet A. 

Swim Leaders Girls, 10,11; Girls Swimming, 
12; Ski Club, 12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Besselman, Mary Ann 

Pink Panther Club, 11; Gymnastics, 11. 



Beveridge, D. 

Bielek, John M. 

Soccer, 11; Soccer Captain, 12. 

Bilko, Robert B. 
D.E. Club, 11,12. 

Black, Lynne D. 
Blankenship, Ruth L. 
Blase, Carole L. 
Blasko, Thomas B. 



Blazun, Lydia E. 

Teacher's Aid, 12; Senior Scandal, 12; Fall 
Play, 10,11; Winter Play, 11,12; Big Show, 
11,12: Senior Talent Night, 12; P.A. Club 
And Audio Aids, 12; Senior Cabinet, 12; Sen- 
ior Class, 12; Choral Masters, 11; Varsity 
Choral, 12. 

Boczek, Jonathan M. 

Boettcher, Linda E. 

Ad Club, 11,12; C.O.E. Club Treas., 12; FBLA, 
10; FBLA Pres., 11; lOE, 11; NHS, 11,12; O.E.A. 
Club, 11; Pink Panther Club, 10; Powder 
Pu f f Football Blue, 12; Student Council, 12. 

Bohrer, Beverly 
.Bolienbacher, Barbar 

Bonfield,KathieJ. 

Band, 10-12; Choral Masters, 11; Senior Tal- 
ent Night, 12. 

Booms, Brian W. 

Key Club, 10; NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 

12; Teacher's Aid, 10. 




Boschi, Maria E. 

Bosco, Daniel S. 

Bosco, Domenic A. 

Golf Club, 10,11; Teacher's Aid, 10-12; Arch- 
ery Club, 10,11, 

Bosco, Michael A. 
Botzki, UweE. 

Astronomy Club, 12, 
Bourgeois, Anita K, 

Bradlee, William S, 
Ski Club, wgi. 



Budnar, Leslie A. 

O.E.A. Secretary, 11; O.E.A. Club, 11,12; 
lOE, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Senior 
Class, 12; lOE Sect., 11. 

Bukovec, Brian L. 

Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Weight Club, 11, 
12; Indoor Track, 10,11; Track, 10-12; Pow- 
der Puff Cheerleader, 12, 



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Braun, Richard . 
Senior Talent Night, 12; Key Club, 10; Band, 
10-12; Orchestra, 10-12; Fall Play, 11; Win- 
ter Play, 10-12; Big Show, 10-12; Powder Puff 
Cheerleaders, 12, 

Brehm, Karen A. 

Brentar, George M. 

Breskvar, Lyneah J. 

Choral Masters, 12; Big Show, 11,12; Fall 

Play, 12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Gymnastics, 

10-12, 



(uckman, Debra A. 
Britsch, Elizabeth A. ' 
Brockman, Patricia A, 



, 10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 10; Pink Pan 



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Brown, Debra Ar 

D.E. Qub, 12; O.yppub, 11,12; lOE, 11,12, 

Brussee, Ralph R. 
Buanno, Angela L. 

IQS, 11; NHS, 11,12; Swim Leaders Girls, 
12; Wai Napolo, 12, 



Bukovec, Thomas E. 

Gym Leaders, 12; Indoor Track, 10: 

Football, 10. 

Burke, Lynn 



Burns, Judy Ann ,;'._; 

Student Council, 12; Winter Play, 12; Senior 
Class, 12, 

Burya, James K. 

Cable, Cheryl A. 

lOE Pres., 12; lOE, 11,12; Computer Jocks, 
12, 

Cafarelli, Carol A. 

Cahill, Michael F. 

Caimi, Carmen D. 

Calabrace, Lorelle L. 

Calabrese, David S. 
Ski Club, 10, 

Calabrese, Elizabeth 

COE, Club, 12; FBLA, 11,12, 

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Caldrone, Nancy J, 
Powder Puff Football Blue 12, 

alvert, Denise L. 
S^la^ Aids, 10; Teacher's Aid, 10,12; Pow- 
der V^ Football Blue, 12; AFS, 10,11; GAA, 
10,11; N/HS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; 
Swim Leaders Girls'' 10-12; Wai Napolo, 11, 
12; Senior Class, iSSKymnastics, 10, 



Bi^^^isC. 

AFSPo4; HiunanlT&s East, 11; S.I.E, (F.T.A.), 
10-12; Sri:t, (P^.A.) Pres., 12; Student Coun- 
cil, 12;: Varsity Choral, 12; Choral Masters, 
11; Fall Play, 12; Winter Play, 12; Senior Class, 
12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Girls Chorus, 
10; Big Show, 10-12; Jr. Class, 11; Wrestling, 
10-12, 



Buckels,KellyA. 

Ski Club, 10-12; Swim Leaders Girls, 11; Wai 

Napolo, 11,12. 



Camloh, Martin D. 

Euclidian Staff, 12; Euclidian Salesman, 12; 
AFS, 10,11; Spirits (Bananas), 12; 
Masters, 10,11. I 

Camloh, Michael A. \ 

Choral Masters, 10,11; Varsity Chorjl^n. 

Candela, Samuel H. 

Capella, Denise L. 

NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 10; Senior 
Class, 12; Jr. class, 11; Senior Scandal, 12; 
Spectrum, 10, 

Caputo, Ernest P. 

J.V. Basketball, 10; Basketball, 11; Basket- 



ball Captain, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; 
Band, 10,11; J.V, Baseball, 10; baseball, 11, 

Carman, Stephen L. 

Swimming, 10; Swim Leaders Boys, 11,12; 

Choral Masters, 10-12. 

Carney, Christopher 

Key Club, 10, ..^^ 

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Carney, Timothy J. . " .;!\ 

Swim Leaders Boys, 11; Spirits (Bananas), 
12; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12; Basketball, 11, 

Carpenter, Carolyn S. 
GAA, 10,11; Ski Club, 10,12; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10-12, 



CartulU, Susan M. 
Casciato, Robert R. 



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Casstevens, Christi 

AFS, 11,12; NHS, 11,12; Orchestra, 10-12; 
Band, 11,12; Senior Class, 12; Big Show, 10-12; 
Studen t Store, H^, . 

Cavell, Barbara J, 

CO.E. Club, 12; GAA, 10,11; Gym Leaders, 
11; Spirits (Bananas), 11; Girls Basketball, 
10; Grils Baseball, 10; Teacher's Aid, 10,11, 



Cefaratti, Samuel E. 

Jr, Class, 11, 




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Cheerleaders, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; 
Choral Masters, 11,12; Girls Chorusj. 10; 
GAA, 12, 



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NHS, 11,12; Pink Panthers Treas., 10-12; 

Spirits (Bananas) Pres., 11,12; Senior Class, 

12; Jr, Class, 11; Powder Puff Footba 
Blue, 12, 

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Spirits (Bananas), 12; Student Council, 12; 
Big Show, 10-12; Varsity Choral, 11,12;. Sen- 
ior Class, 12; Football, 12; J,V. Football, 10; 
Powder Puff Cheerleaders, 12, 



Cesar, Ann 

AFS, 11; CO.E. Club, 12; Medical Careers 

Sect., 10,11; NHS, 11,12; PitdWanthi 

10; Ski Club, 10,11. 



Cesen, Victoria J. 

Cheerleaders, 10-12; 



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Euclidian Salesman, 12; GAA, 10-12; Horse- 
manship Club, 10; NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Ba- 
gnanas), 10-12; Varsity Choral, 12; Choral 
blasters. 11; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Cabinet, 
11 Indoor Track, 10-12; Girls Track, 10-12; 
PowdeiTutt Football Gold, 12. 

Cetinski, Charles 

Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

Chambers, Deborah A. 
NHS, ll,i; Pink Panthers Pres., 10-12; Sen- 
ior Class 12 Teacher's Aid, 12; Powder Puff 
Football Blue 12 

Champa, Steven R. 
Chase, Michael E. 

Letterman Club, 10,11; Spirits (Bananas), 
11,12; 500 Mile Club, 11,12. 

Chasser, John M. 

Weight Club, 10-12; Weight Club V. Pres., 

12. 

Cheadle, Douglas G. 
Chesnes, Fred J. 
Chorba, Rose 



Chrestoff, Leslie A. 

Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10; GAA, 10. 

Christensen, Myra A. 



Christiansen, Alan J. 

Christopher, Nichola 

Gym Leaders, 11,12; Letterman Club, 11,12; 
Spirit* (Bananas), 11,12; Football, 11,12; Foot- 
ball Captain. 12; j.V. Football, 10. 

Chuha, Loretta A. 

Astronomy Club, 10; Euclidian Staff, 11,12; 
Girls Chorus, 11. 




Ciomek, Gary 
Clapp, Harry S. 



Clark, KathyE. 

Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Clarke, Patrick M. 

Clinton, Sheila M. 

Jr Class, 11, Senior Class, 12. 

Colhns, Debra L. 

Collins, Greg 

Letterman Club, 11,12; Gym Leaders, 11; 

Spirits (Bananas), 11,12: Football Captain, 12. 



Columbia, Jeffrey R. 
O.E.A. Treasurer, 11,12. 

Connelly, Rita M. 
Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Conway, Halle 

Spirits (Bananas), 12; Student Council, 11, 
12; Student Council Sect., 12; Senior Class, 
12; Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; Senior 
Scandal, 12. 



Cook, Floreene 



Coons, Pamela 
Spirits (Bananas), 11; 

Corbran, Bettina M.' 



1; G\\, 10. 






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liMci CI 



CorrM, jFIward I. 

AFS, izyki Club, 12; Senior Class, 12. 

Corrigan, Katherine 
Costantino, Ronald D. 
Costello, Ronald J. 

Cowan, Richard D. 

AFS, 11; IQS, 11,12; NHS, 11,12; Senior Scan- 
dal. 12; burvey Editorial, 11,12; Varsity Cho- 
ral, 11,12; Choral Masters, 10; Band, 10-12; 
Stage Band, 10-12; Big Show, 10-12; Fall Play, 
11,12; Boys State, 12; Senior Talent Night, 
10-12; Soccer, 10; Swimming, 10,11; Marching 
Band, 10-12. 

Cowper, Barbara J. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Senior Class, 12; 

Sports Aids, 11. 

Cragle, Kristina E. 

Criado, KathyJ. 

O.E.A. Club, 11,12; O.E.A. Secretary, 12; lOE, 

11,12; lOEV. Pres., 11. 

Crouch, Robert L. 

Cunningham, Mary B. 
Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Student Council, 
12; Choral Masters, 11,12; Big Show, 10-12; 
Winter Play, 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Senior 
Talent Night, 12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 
12; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Czaplicki, James 

Czaplicki, Maria S. 

Czyzycki, AnnT. 

FBLA, 10; D.E. Club V. Pres., 12; NHS, 11,12. 

Dackiewicz, Doreen A. 
NHS, 11,12. 




Daiber, Keith B. 

Golf, 12; Ski Club, 10-12. 

Dailey, Timothy R. 

Golf Club, 10,11; Golf Club Pres., 12; IQS 

11,12; Key Club, 10; NHS, 11,12. 

D Amico, Linda .J.. 
D.E. Club, 11,12. 'v 

Danzinger, Linda A. 

Darasko, Elizabeth A. 

Euclidian Staff, 10,11; Euclidian Salesman, 11. 

Deaton, Dianna L. ^^wW^-, 
Deemer, Carol J. 

Degutis, Cheryl A. 

Deighton^hom,as 1 

J.V. Swimming, 10; Swim Leaders Boys, 11. 

Delehanty, James T. 

J.V. Basketball, 10. 

De Marco, Daniel 

Debate Club, 10-12; IQS, 11 
NHS Pres., 12; Survey Editoria 

Demattie, Laurie B 
Ski Club, 11,12; IQS, 11 
12; Student Council, 11; NHS 

Deming, Donna Ma 

Derganc, Diana M. 
C.O.E.CIub,l2. 

Deveney, Laureen A. 

Diaddario, Virginia 

C.O.E. Club, 12; FBLA, 10; GAA, 10; Powder, 

Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Dickard, David < 




Dicki, Cynthia S. ! 

Medical Careers, 10,11; Ski Club, 10-12; NHS,) 
11,12; Survey Editorial, 10-12; Survey Edi-j 
torial Editor, 12; IQS, 11,12. 

Dietz, Richard D. 
Di Lalla, Mary 

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Di Thomaso, Jamie ; 

Doganiero, Nancy Ann 

lOE Pres., 11; O.E.A., Club, 12; lOE, 11. 

Donovan, Matthew J. 
Dorsey, Doreen A. 



Dotson, John L. 

Downing, Victoria M. 
Clerk-Typist, 11,12; FBLA, 10. 

Drew, Gregory W. 

Letterman Club, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 
10-12; Weight Club, 10-12; Indoor Track, 
10; J.V Football, 10; Football, 11,12; Wrestling, 

10. 

Drew, Jerome F. 
Dudek, DebraD. 
Duff, Zelma L. 

Dular, Claudia 

Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; Sports Aids, 
11: Euclidian Staff, 10,11; Euclidian Section 
Editor, 12; Euclidian Salesman, 10-12; IQS, 
11,12; Medical Careers, 10; Medical Careers 
Treas, 11; NHS, 11,12; Swim Leaders Girls, 
11; Teachers Aid, 11; Red Cross Club, 11. 

Dunn, Patrice D. 




I Dutko, AmyRae 
Dzebl, Adrian Z. 




faster, Scott A. 

Choral Masters, 11; Band, 12; Senior Class, 
12; Senior Talent Night, 12; AFS, 10-12; Hu- 
manities East, 11; Key Club, 10; S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 
10-12; Big Show, 10-12; Winter Play, 10,12; 
Fall Play, 12; Senior Cabinet, 12; Varsity 
Choral, 12. 

Eastley, Kevin E. 

Eberwein, Debra Ann 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Choral Masters, 

12; Senior Class, 12; Senior Talent Night, 

12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; Big Show, 

12. 

Edelman, James C. 

P.A. Club And Audio Aids, 10,11. 

Eeckhout, Annette E. 
AFS, 11,12; NHS, 11,12; Swim Leaders Girls, 
10,11; Wai Napolo, 10-12; Wai napolo Pres., 
12: Wai Napolo Treas., 11. 

Eichler, Kevin M. 

Football, 10-12; Weight Club, 11,12; Gym 

Leaders, 12; J.V. Indoor Track, 10; Track, 10. 

Eiermann, Maureen A. 
Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

Eikenburg, Paul A. 
Ellis, James R. 
Ellis, Ronald J. 



EUul, Leonard V. 

Erdman, Douglas C. 

Tennis, 11; J.V. Tennis, 10; Orchestra, 10-12. 

Eroskey, Gail Ann .> 

AFS, 10-12; Euclidian Staff, 12; Euclidian 
Salesman, 12; FBLA, 11; Student Council, 
10,11; Student Council Treas, 11; Teacher's 
Aid, 12; Girls Tennis, 10-12; Powder Puff 
Football Gold, 12; Senior Class, 12; Big Show, 
XOjJyJarching Band, 10 



Evans, Marya 




Eyer, Gail 

Humanities B|st, 11; NHS, 11,12; Student 
Store, 10; Ser/or Class, 12; AFS, 11; Teacher's 
Aid, 12. 

Eyman, Kurt C. 

Band Treasurer, 12; AFS, 10-12; Teacher's 

Aid, 10-12; Track, 10,11; Winter Play, 12; 

Big Show, 12; Marching Band, 10-12; Peft_ 

Band, 12; Majorette Club, 10-12; Key Club, 

10,11. 

Fabianich, Stanley 

Faight, Linda S. 

Ad Club, 11; NHS, 11,12; Senior Class, 12; 

Girls Chorus, 10. 

Faraci, Louis M. 

Farenchak, Denise 

Farizel, Dan R. 
Hockey, 10-12. 

Farkas, Cynthia A. 

AFS, 10,11; AFS Secretary, 12; Euclidian Staff, 
11; Euclidian Section Editor, 12; Euclidian 
Salesman, 11,12; GAA, 10,11; Gym Leaders, 
11,12; Humanities East, 11; NHS, 11,12; Jr. 
Class, 11; IQS, 11,12; Spectrum, 10. 

Fasham, Elizabeth L. 

Senior Class, 12; Sprits (Bananas), 11,12. 

Feiock, Brian D. 

NHS, 11,12; Basketball, 10-12; Football, 12; 
Track, 10-12; J.V. Basketball, 10; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10,11; Letterman Club, 10-12. 

Ferrell, Patricia E. 

Teacher's Aid, 10,11; Jr. Class, 11; NHS, 11, 

12; C.O.E. Club, 12. 

Fetko, Mark 

Varsity Choral, 12; Stage Band, 11,12; Big 
Show, 10-12; Fall Play, 11,12; Winter Play, 
10,12; Senior Class, 12; Senior Talent Night, 
10,12; Soccer, 10. 

Ficere, James J. 

Fink, Deborah M. 

Euclidian Staff, 12; NHS. 11,12; Pink Pan- 



ther Club, 10-12; Pink Panthers V. Pres., 
12; Senior Scandal, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10- 
12; Student Council, 12; Big Show, 12; Senior 
Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Sports Aids, 11,12; 
Senior Talent Night, 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold, 12; Euclidian Salesman, 12; IQS, 12. 



Finneley, Mary Anne 



C.O.E. Club, 12; Survey Bus.l 10? Teacher's 
Aid, 10. * 

Fitzsimmons, Gail A. 

Flanagaft, Michael J. 

Senior Scandal, 12; Jr. Cabinet, 11; Senior 
Class, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Senior 
Talent Night, 12. 



wefs7 Carrie Lynn 



Fondran, Cynthia L. 

Wai Napolo, 11,12; Swim Leaders Girls, 11. 

Foreman, Stephen K. 

Fortunato, Catherine 

Clerk-Typist, 11; C.O.E. Club, 12; FBLA, 

10; Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Foskey, John R. 

J.V. Baseball, 10; Basketball, 11; Baseball, 11,12. 

Fox, Ted R. 

Radio Club, 11; J.V. Football, 10. 

Fraley, Linda S. 
Clerk-Typist, 11,12. 

Frederking, Martin J. 
AFS, 10-12; NHS, 11,12; Varsity Choral, 12; 
Choral Masters, 10,11; Big Show, 10-12; Fall 
Play, 12; J.V. Indoor Track, 10; Senior Talent 
Night, 12. 

Fresenko, Linda J. 

Euclidian Staff, 10; Medical Careers, 10: Red 

Cross Club, 12. 

Fticar, Steven Gary 

Fuerst, Alice M. 

GAA, ; Horsemanship Club, 10; Senior Class, 
12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12: Senior 
Talent Night, 12. 

Fulton, Gretchen 

Senior Class, 12; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Furlong, John M. 

NHS, 11,12; S.I.e. (F.T.A.), 10-12; S.I.E. (F.T.A.) 
Treas, 12; Survey Editorial, 10-12; IQS, 12; 
Sports Aids, 10-12. 

Gadish, Donna J. 
Gallaher, Tracy J. 
Gambitta, Mary A. 




jarred, Cynthia M. 

Gast Tracy A. 

Football, 10-12; Wrestling 10-12; Swim j 

ers Boys, 11,12; Poyvder Puf t Football Blue, 12. 



Gensler, Kathy A. 
Geyer, William J. 
Gibson, Brenda K. 
Gibson, Denise 



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Girimont, Michael J. 

Baseball, 10-12; Basketball, 10-12 

(Buunas), 10-12. 



Spirits 



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Gregory, Arthur P. 

Astrortomy Glub, 10-12: Camera Club, 11; 

Metal Sculpture Club, 12, Radio Club, 10. 

Griesmer, Daniel M. 

Football, 10,11. 

Griffin, Adrian j. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; 500 Mile Clu^ 
12; Cross Country, 10-12; Cross Country 
Captain, 12: Indoor Track, 10,11; Track, 10- 
12; Powder Puf i Cheerleader, 12. 

Grigor, Alex P 
Griswold, D 
Gross, Robert K 



• Cynthia A. 
C.O.E. Club, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; 
Ski Club, 10-12; PowderPnff Football Gold, 12. 



icken, Julie L. 
Powder Puff Football 



Gliebe, Robert G 

Glovan, Anthony P. 
FormanClub, 12. 

Gockel.RalpertK. 

Baseball, 12. 



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Grubar, Kathleen 
,O.E. Club, 12; Humanities East, 11; Ski 
ub, 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff 

Ipfeotball Blue, 12. 





ze, Suzanne Mjs 
if'iii*. Panthers Pre', 10,11; Pink Panther 



Stephanie 



'lerk-Typist Pres., 12. 



Gudaitis, Richard G 
GuUo, Anita L. 
Gullo, Michael A. 



Gold, Marci ,r ^ 

k \^ Gundling, Susan M. 

Golden, Thpb\as J* i i- "*- - Q...j=...Cf„,» m.n 




Golinski, Patnci*ME ? 
Girls Swimming, 10-12: Horsei 
■ 10: GAA, 10,11 



Golobic, Darinka 
GAA, 10. 

Gordon, Michelle 

Grau, Lilly 
AFS, 12. 

Gray, Larry T. 
Graziano, Daniel 



Grebenc, John R. 

Letterman Club, 11; Indoor Track, 10; Weight 

Oub, 10-12; Powder Puff CheeHcader, 12. 

Grebenc, Joseph D. 

Weight Club, 10-12; Weight f lub Pres., 12; 
W'rntling, 10-12; Wrestling; Captain, 12; 
Sprite (Banarvas), 12 



Student Store, 10-12. 
Gutka, Leonard J. 
Guzzo, Vicki L. 



Habenicht, Joyce A. 
Euclidian Staff, 11,12; AFS, 10; Humanities 
East, 11; Medical Careers, 10-12; Medical 
Careers Pres., 12; Metal Sculpture Club, 10- 
12; NHS, 11,12; Spirig (Bananas), 10,11. 

Hach, William R. 

AFS, 10-12; AFS V. President, 11; NHS, 11, 

12; Swim Leaders Boys, 11. 

Haines, Mary B. 

A, 11; lOE Treas., 11,12; GAA, 10; NHS, 
11,12; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Blue, 12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12; O.E.A Treas- 
urer, 11,12; lOE, 11,12. 



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Haines, Tammee 

Hale, Duane E. 
Euclidian Staff, 11,12; Euclidian Salesman,^ 
12; Key Club, 10; IQS, 12; Big Shpw, 11,12; 
Fall Play, 12; Senior Talent Night, 12. 



Hale, Mary Ellen 

Hall, John F. 

:ll,VathTe. 

Hall, Pamela J. 

AFS, 12; Euclidian Staff, 11,12; Euclidian 
Section Editor, 12; lOE, 11,12; IQS, 12; O.E.A. 
Club, 11,12; Pink Panther Club, 10,12; Big I 
Show, 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff/" 
Football Blue, 12. / 



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Haney, Dawn D. 

Hanlon,Mary Jo 
AFS, 10-12; Euclidian Staff 11,12; IQS, 12; 
Medical Careers, 10,11; NHS, U,*2r 
Panther Club, 10,11; S.I.^ (F.t.A.), 13 
Spirits (Bananas), 10; Teifcher's Aid, I0,"1 
Golf Club Sect., 10; Pinochle Club Sect., 11^ 
Senior Class, 12; Red Cros^ Club, 11,12 

Hanna, James E. 

Hanna, Kimberl 
D.E.CIub.ll 

Hanratty, Pa\r 

Hanson, Carl M. 

P.A. Club And Audio Aids, 11,12; CamerJ 

Club, 10-12. 

Hanson, Holly J. 

Gym Leaders, 12; Girls Basketball, 10-12;' 
Girls Hockey, 10; Girls Baseball, 10-12; Band, 
10-12; GAA, 10,11; Pep Band, llgAgf^ Var 
sity Basketball Capt., ^ *Volley| 

Harai, Dalemarie 

IDE, 11,12; O.E.A. Secretary, 12; O.E.A. Club.j 
11; Pinochle Club, 10; Swim Leaders Girlsj 
10. 

Harich, Jeffrey L. 
Band, 10. 

Harps, Barbara A. 

Wai Napolo, 11; Swim Leaders Girls, ll| 
Teacher s Aid, 12; C.O.E. Club, 12. 

Hai rell, Thomas M. 

Basketball Captain, 12; Basketball, 10,lll 

Track, 10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11. 

Hartman, Tony 

Hasse, Jean L. 

AFS, 10; Humanities East, 11; IQS, 12; NHS, 
11,12; Science Seminar, 11; S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 
10-12; Survey Editorial, 11,12; Band, 10-12; 
Band Pres., 12; Orchestra, 10-12; Stage Band, 
10-12; Big Show, 10-12; Senior Talent Night, 
10,12; Teacher's Aid, 11. 



[astertjohn M. 

CameraCIub, 11,12: Euclidian Staff, 11,12. 



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Hatcher, Carl D. 

Hausrath, Henry I. 

Hayes, Ann Marie 
Powder Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Hayman, Daniel L. 

Hayward, John W. 

Heindel, Robert P. 

Baseball, 10; Swim Leaders Boys, 11,12. 

Hemmert, Leroy A. 
Hendershot, R. Christ 

Hepp, Randi Linn 

Student Council, 11; Majorettes, 12; Powder 
Puff Football Gold, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Senior 
Talent Night, 12; Senior Class, 12; Majorette 
Club, 10-12. 

Herak, Christopher J. 
Letterman Club, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 
10-12; Weight Club, 10-12; Football, 11,12; 
J.V. Football, 10. 

Herak, Diane Marie 

Spirits (Bananas), 12; Senior Class, 12; Pow- 
der Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Hershman, Terry L. 

Hertel, Deborah A. 

Hieber, Thomas G. 

Spirts (Bananas), 10-12; Water Polo, 10-12; 

Swimming Captain, 10-12; Swimming, 10-12. 

Hirsch, Mary H. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Hlavac, Beth Ann 

Ad Club, 11,12; Girls Swimming, 10-12; Sports 
Aids, 10,11; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff 
Football Gold, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 12; GAA, 
10; AFS, 11. 

Hlebak, Sandra G. 
FBLA, 10; Ski Club, 11,12. 

Hocevar, Carrie E. 
Spirits (Bananas), 11,12. 

Hocevar, John T. 

Hocevar, Kathleen S 

C.O.E. Club, 12; GAA, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 

10,11; Sports Aids, 12. 

Hodas, Marlene 



Hoffert, Elizabeth A. 

Student Council, 10,11; Spirits (Bananas), 

10; Pink Panther Club, 10; C.O.E. Club, 12. 

Hoffmeyer, Kimberly 

Hollmeyer, Scott 

Holtz, Thomas R. 

Hongosh, Joseph N. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Baseball, 10-12; J.V. 
Baseball, 10-12; J.V. Basketball, 10; Letter- 
man Club, 12. 

Hulin, Martin J. 
Golf Club, 10. 

Humphrey, Bonnie Lee 
Euclidian Staff, 11; Euclidian Editor In Chief, 
12; Euclidian Salesman, 11,12; AFS, 10-12; 
AFS V. President, 11; GAA, 10,11; Humani- 
ties East, 11; NHS, 11,12; Science Seminar, 
10,11; IQS, 11,12; Band, 10-12; Senior Talent 
Night, 12; IQS Pres., 12; Spectrum, 10; March- 
ing Band, 11,12; *Symphonic Band, 11,12; 
»Pep Band, 11,12. 

Hunnell, Deborah L. 

Huntsman, Kathleen M. 
Senior Class, 12; Big Show, 11,12; FBLA, 10; 
S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 11; Varsity Choral, 12; Band, 
10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 12; Senior Talent 
Night, 12. 

Huston, June L. 
Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

Hutchinson, Charles 

Hutchinson, Karen R. 
Senior Class, 12; Senior Talent Night, 11, 
12; Teacher's Aid, 12; Medical Careers, 10; 
NHS, 11,12; S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 11; S.I.E. (F.T.A.) 
Sect., 12; Varsity Choral, 11,12; Choral Mas- 
ters, 10; Band, 10-12; Stage Band, 11,12; Big 
Show, 10-12. 

Imler, Charles M. 

Imm, Carol M. 

Winter Play, 10,11; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 
11; AFS, 10-12; AFS Treasurer, 12; Humani- 
ties East, 11; NHS, 11,12; Science Seminar, 11; 
Ski Club, 10-12; Ski Club Treas. 10; Big Show, 
10-12; Fall Play, 10-12; Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Irvine, Garth John 

Ivancic, Carol H. 
Jaklich, Michael M. 

Jaksa, Carol J. 

Jakubisn, Kathryn M. 

C.O.E. Club, 12; Humanities East, 11. 



Janovics, Karen M. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Girls Chorus, 10; 
Sports Aids, 11; Senior Class, 12; Senior Class, 
12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Powder Puff 
Football Blue, 12. 

Jazbec, Cheryl A. 

D.E. Club, 11,12; GAA, 10,11; Gym Leaders, 

11; Pink Panther Club, 10,11; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Jerin, Robert N. 

Jerson, Mark W. 
Band, 10 

Jirousek,TerryJ. 
C.O.E. Club Treas., 12. 

Johnson, Joanne M. 

Pink Panther Club, 10; lOE, 11; Teacher's 

Aid, 12; C.O.E. Club, 11,12; O.E.A. Club, 11. 

Jones, Jill D. 

Jordan, Julie Ann 

Girls Tennis, 10-12; Girls Basketball, 10; 
Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; GAA, 10-12; 
Gym Leaders, 11; Majorettes, 11,12; Spirits 
(Bananas), 10,11. 

Juratovic, Kathy A. 
Spirits (Bananas), 10-12. 

Justice, Lynn M. 

Kain, Joseph B. 

J.V. Football, 10; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 

12; J.V. Baseball, 10,11. 

Kalves,Jill 

Kane, Christine M. 

Kane, Patricia L. 

Medical Careers, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 12; 

Choral Masters, 11,12; Senior Class, 10. 

Kaneen, Paul 

Kapler, Patricia 

Ski Club Sect., 11; Ski Club Treas., 12; Teach- 
er's Aid, 11,12. 

Kastelic, Laurie A. 

C.O.E. Club, 12; C.O.E. Club Sect., 12. 

Kastelic, Linda M. 

Katarsky, Lorene 

GAA, 10; Majorettes, 10-12; Majorettes Cap- 
tain, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Senior 
Class, 12. 

Kato, EricV. 
Katrinak, Mark 



Katz, Brian L. 

Water Polo, 10-12; NHS, 11,12: PA. Club 
And Audio Aids, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 
10; Big Show, 10-12; Swimming, 10-12; Fall 
Play, 11,12. 

Kaucic, James F. 

Writing Club, 12; Sports Aids, 12. 



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Kayza Joseph T. 

KeckJudyF. 
Keck, Peter R. 

NHS, 11,12; Football 10-12; Baseball, 10-12; 
Choral Masters, 10; \ arsity Choral, 11,12; 
Letterman Club, 11,12. 

Kekelis, ReginaL. 

Kemp, Michael 
Ski Club, 10. 

Kendro, Therese 

C.O.E. Club, 12; Euclidian Staff, 10-12; IQS, 
11,12: Girls Chorus, 10; Senior Talent Night, 
12; C.O.E. Historian, 12. 

Keresztes, Steve 

Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; Teacher's 

Aid, 12. 

Kimack, Joyce D. 

C.O.E. Club, 12; lOE, 11; FBLA, 10; O.E.A. 

Club, 11. 



Kimberly, Alexander 

King, James D. 

Kinney, Julie A. 
Student Store, 10. 

Kinney, Tina 



Kirchner, Denise L. 

O.E.A. Club, 12; C.O.E. Club, 12; Powder 

Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Kirchner, Kathleen A. 

lOE, 11,12; Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; 

O.E.A. Club, 11,12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Kleinfeld,RolfD. 

Varsity Choral, 12: Band, 10-12; Stage Band, 
10-12; Big Show, 11,12; Winter Play, 12; 
Soccer, 12. 

Klinko, Lori A. 

Majorettes, 10; Powder Puff Football Gold, 
-OiiSenior Class, 12; Pink Panther Club, 12. 

Kloss, David R. ~"~ 

Senior Talent Night, 12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 
Klun, Philomena M. 



Kobe, Barbara K. 

Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11: Girls Swim- 
ming, 11; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; 
Ski Club, 11; Red Cross Club, 12. 

Koci,KayF. 

GAA, 10,11; Gym Leaders, 11,12; Senior Cabi- 
net, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 12; S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 
10,11; Senior Talent Night, 12; Euclidian 
Salesman, 12; Girls Baseball, 10; Girls Hockey, 
10: Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; Band, 
10,11: Girls Basketball, 10. 

Kocin, Sandra M. 

Spirits (Bananas), 11; Senior Talent Night, 
12; Girls Hockey, 10; Powder Puff Football 
Blue, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Teacher's Aid, 10-12. 

Konchan, Dianne M. 
AFS, 12; GAA, 10-12; Medical Careers, 11; 
Horsemanship Club, 10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 
12; Senior Cabinet, 12; Girls State, 11; Girls 
Track, 10-12; Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Kooser, Joella 

C.O.E. Club, 12; NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 



Kordic, James F. 

Basketball, 11,12; Baseball, 11,12; Gym Lead- 
ers, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 12. 

Kormos, John?. 

Kosovich, Kenneth J. 

NHS, 11,12; Science Seminar, 10-12; Swim 

Leaders Boys, 11,12; Medical Careers, 10. 



Koss, Kevin 
Forman Club, 12. 

Kostreba, Brian A. 

Kovalski, Denise M. 

Euclidian Staff, 10,11; Girls Chorus, 10,11; 

Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

Kowalkowski, Debra 

Wai Napolo, 11,12; Swim Leaders Girls, 10, 
11; Girls Swimming, 12; Band, 11,12. 

Kozel, Susan M. 

Ad Club, 10,11; Gym Leaders, 11,12; Gym 

Leaders Pres., 12; Student Council, 11,12. 

Kozlowski, Mark A. 

Kramar, Anthony R. 

Ski Club, 10-12; Science Seminar, 10. 

Kramer, Diane S. 

Krivacic, Ronald 

Krizanovic, Daneta J. 
D.E. Club, 11,12. 



Krofina, Sharon L. 
Band, 10-12; Orchestra, 12; Varsity Choral, 
10-12; Senior Class, 12; Stage Band, 12; Big 
Show, 11,12; Student Council, 11; Girls 
Swimming, 11. 

Krotine, Susan F. 

Krsolovic, Kenneth R. 
IQS, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Survey Edi- 
torial, 12; Hockey, 10-12; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader, 12. 

Kunath, Robert C. 
Humanities East, 11; IQS, 11,12; NHS, 11, 
12; Survey Editorial Editor, 11,12; Debate 
Club, 10-12. 

Kurtz, Warren D. 
Student Store, 11,12; Orchestra, 10; IQS, 12; 
Medical Careers, 11; Humanities East, 11; 
NHS, 11,12; NHS Sect., 12: S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 
10-12; S.I.E. (F.T.A.) Treas, 11; Survey 
Editorial, 12. 

Lach, Joanne 3 

Lambert, Joseph J. 

Survey Editorial, 11; Survey Editorial Edi- 
tor, 12; IQS, 11; IQS Treas., 12. \ 

\ 

Lang, Kathleen M. 

AFS President, 10,11; Medical Careers, 12; 
S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 11; Voc. And Ind. Club, 12; 
Choral Masters, 11,12. 

Landon, Sharon L. 

Laseak, Linda 
GAA, 10. 

Latcovich, Thomas J. 

Spirits (Bananas), 12; Tennis, 10,11; Tennis 

Captain, 12. 

Lee, Fong Suk 

Leinweber, Sharon A. 

lOE, 11,12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; 

O.E.A., Club, 11,12. 

Leonhardt, Linda A. 

Student Council, 12; Choral Masters, 11; 
Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Powder Puff 
Football Gold, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 11; Ma- 
jorettes, 10,11; Majorette Club, 10. 

Lepley, Robert E. 
Lipscomb, Ronald 
Lisi, Lorie M. 

lOE, 11,12; lOE Pres., 12; lOE V. Pres., 11; 
NHS, 11,12; Teacher's Aid, 12; Powder Puff 
Football Gold, 12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12; O.E.A. 
President, 12. 



Litwinowicz, Cheryl 

Majorettes, 12; Metal Sculpture Club, 12; 

NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Banarias), 10. 

Ljubi, Charles A. 

Lloyd, Bruce F. 

Key Club, 10-12; Band, 10-12; Swim Lead- 
ers Boys, 11; Big Show, 10; Fall Play, 11. 

Lokar, Marcia A. 

Cheerldrs Capt., 10; Girls Swimming, 11. 

Lombardi, Kim M. 

Cheerleaders, 10-12; Cheerldrs Capt., 12; 
Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Choral Masters, 
11; Girls Chorus, 10; Girls Track, 10; Powder 
Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Lorence, Donna M. 

Girls Baseball, 10-12; Ad Club, 12; GAA, 
10-12; GAA Sect., 12; Gym Leaders, 11,12; 
Gym Leaders V. Pres., 12; NHS, 11,12; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 12; Senior Class, 12; Senior 
Talent Night, 12. 

Lose, Jeffery 



Luce, Kathleen M. 
Luda, Darlene L. 
Ludvik, Michael J. 
Ludwig, Dennis J. 



m 



Luikart, Paul L. 

Swim Leaders Boys, 11,12; Choral Masters, 
10; Orchestra, 10-12; Big Show, 10; Swim- 
ming, 10-12; Cross Country, 10. 

V 

Luskin, GayleM. *^ 
Ad Club, 10-12; GAA, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 
11,12; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold, 12. 

Lusoski, JohnT. 

Luzar, Lawrence 
Golf Club, 10. 

Lynch, James J. 
SiHS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Swim 
Leaders Boys, 11,12; Senior Class, 12; Jr. 
Class, 11; j.V. Football, 10; Boys State, 11; 
Football, 11,12; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12. 

Mackevicius, Arvydas 

Debate Club, 10-12; IQS, 11,12; NHS, 11, 

12; Boys State, 11. 

Mahnic, Mark E. 

Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Student Council, 

12; NHS, 11,12; Swim Leaders Boys, 11; Water 

Polo, 10-12; Senior Cabinet, 12; Senior Class, 

12; Swimming, 10-12; Swimming Captain, 

12. 



Malenda, David A. 

Mancini, Letitia A. 

Manion, John D. 

Mantz, Jack 

Marino, Janice M. 
Girls Chorus, 10. 

Marino, Robert J. 
Markiewicz, Robert 

^arkulin, Kim D. *- v 

Martinenas, Edmund A. 

Weight Club, 12; Voc. And Ind. Club 12; 

Voc. And Ind. Club Pres., 12. 

Massey, Kenneth R. 

Massiello, Martin 

Matthews, Virginia L. 
Medical Careers, 11; NHS, 11,12; Pink Pan- 
ther Club, 10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; 
Girls Chorus, 10; Powder Puff Football Blue, 
12; Jr. Class, 11; Senior Class, 12; »Office 
Aid, 11,12. 

Mavsar, Mary M. 

Maxwell, Alan 

May, Russell T. 

Mazur, Diane M. 

Mazzaro, Louise M. 

AFS, 12; Girls Chorus, 10: Girls Basketball, 10. 

McClurg, Gary E. 

,,JMc Connell, Robert W. 

J.V. Basketball, 10; Basketball, 11. 

Mc Craith, Elizabeth 
Euclidian Salesman, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 
12; Student Council, 12; Euclidian Salesman, 
12; GAA, 10; Pink Panther Club, 10,11; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 12; Student^Council, 12; Senior 
Class, 12; Senior Talent Niglit, 12. 

Mc Donald, Matthew S. 
Gym Leaders, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; 
Spirits (Bananas) Pres., 12; Student Council, 
12; Weight Club, 12; Band, 10; Senior Cabi- 
net, 12; Senior Clas9^12; Soccer, 10-12; J.V. 
Soccer, 10; J.V. SoccffSCaptain, 10; Powder 
Puff Footbal(Gold, 12; Letterman Club, 12. 

Mc DonougK^ Brian K. 

Letterman Club, 12; Spirits. (Bananas), 10- 




12; Gym Leaders, 10,11; Weight Club, 10- 
12; Football, 11,12; J.V. Football, 10. 

Mc Fadden, William N. 
D.E. Club, 11,12. 

Mc Gill, James R. 

Mc Loughlin, Mary 

Horsemanship Club, 11,12; Medical Careers, 
11; Pink Panther Club, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 
12; Sports Aids, 12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Medves, Michael E. 
Survey Bus., 11. 

Mensinger, Eric D. 

Merison, Robert 

Midolo, Susan M. 
IQS, 12. 

Mihelich, Denise M. 

Survey Bus. 12; Varsity Choral, 12; Senior 
Class, 12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Teacher's 
Aid, 10-12. 

Mihocik, Heidi L. 

GAA, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 11; Girls Chorus, 

10. 

Mikovich, Richard T. 
Swimming, 10,11. 



Her, Brian J. 



Miller, David L. 

Band, 10-12; Orchestra, 12; Stage Band, 10- 
12; Key Club, 10; Marching Band, 10-12; 
Pep Band, 10; 'Brass Choir, 11,12; *Christ- 
mas Braiss, 10-12. 

Miller, Diana 

. AFS, 10; Medical Careers, 11,12: Medical 
■'Careers Sect. 12; Band, 10-12; Marching Band, 

10-12; Pep Band, 12. 






Miller, Kimberly D. 



Miller, Marga 




rV^ 



Miller, Scott 

Gym Leaders,JRl,12; Letterman Club, 
Spirits (BanarSs), 10-12; Weight Club, 10- 
12; Football, 10-12; J.V. Football, 10-12. 

Mlakar, Eawrence 

ouglas J. 

TMargaret L. 

Medical Careers, 11; Jr. Cabinet, 
11; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Football 
Blue, 12. 





Mog, Denise 
^XLE Club. ll.T2;Gymnasri cs, 10-12 . 





Morel. Debra L. 

Bafketbail. 11,12: Powder Puff Foot- 
LGolJ.i: CirU Chorus, Ij 

Icrean. Roberji^W'. " 

Morgan, "^adU. 

Hockey Captain, 10-12; Orchestra, 11,1::, 
Crosscountry 10-12; Big Show, 10. 

Moriarty, Paula I 

Student Council, 10-12; Student Council 
Pres., 12; Gym Leaders, 12; Winter Play, 10 
11; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Cabinet, 11; Sports 
Aids, 11; Senior Talent Night, 12; Teacher's 
Aid, 12; Senior Scandal. 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold. 12; Girls Track, 11. 

. \ Morris, Timothy G. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Senior Scandal, 12; 

Senior Cabinet, 12; Senior Class, 12; Pow- 

_de' P- ■ F I tball Gold, 12, J V. Football, 10; 



Morns, Vincent 

lorris, William 

Morvaji, Elizabeth A. 
AFS, 1011; AFS Treasurer, 11; Gym Lead- 
Debate Club. 10; NHS, 11 12; S.I.E. 
T.A.), U, Band, 10-12; Band V. Pres 12; 
On hc^tra, 10.11; Senior Class, 12; Band Sect , 
12. 'PTS.A Executive. 11,12; 'Marching 
Band, IC 12; 'Pep Band, 11,12; *Big Show 
PitOrch 10 12 

Moses, Terry L 

O.E.A. Qub, 11,12; lOE. 11,12. 



Moluza, JanetL. 

Sports Ai' in-T> CirU Swimming 10-12; 
Powder ' '2 



■bLA. Wll: lOE, 11,12 Pov. 



V der Puff Football Blue, 12; O.E.A. Club, 11, 
12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; lOE Pres., 12. 

■^^Mueller, Walter O. 

rchestra, 10; Swim Leaders Boys. 11,12. 

IbSllhid, Josephin 

Girls Chorus, 10. 

* Mullally, Barbara A. 
i Mulligan, Kathy I. 
Munici, ,^lan W. 
Munson, James H. 
Murch, Chauncey M. 




Murphy, Mary Ellen 
Winter Play, 12; Senior Class, 12; Sports Aids, 
10 11; IQS, 12; Ad Club, 11,12; Euclidian Staff, 
12, Euclidian Salesman, 12; GAA, 10,11; Gym 
Leaders, 11; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Cho- 
ral Masters, 11,12; Girls Chorus, 10: Big Show, 
11,12; Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Myslinski, Christine 
Majorettes, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 12; Sen- 
ior Talent Night, 12; Gymnastics, 10; Major- 
ette Club, 10,11. 



Nainiger, Susan I. 

GAA Pres., 12; GAA Sect., 11; GAA, 10; Gym 
Leaders, 11; Spirits (Bananas), 12; Student 
Council, 12; Senior Class, 12; *Gym Leader 
Historian, 12. 

Nebehay, Valerie 

Horsemanship Club, 10,11; Humanities East, 
10.11; Kids For Earth, 10,11; Metal Sculpture 
Club 12; NHS, 11,12. 

Neitzel, Gregg B. 
Nelson, Constance M. 

Clerk-Typist, 11,12; Clerk-Typist Treas., 11, 
12; lOE, 11,12; O.E A. Club, 11,12; Swim Lead- 
ers Girls, 10,11; Girls Basketball, 10,11; Powder 
Puff Football Blue, 10.11. 

Nemeth, Debra K. 




Novosel, Mark A. 

Marching Band, 10; Letterftan Club Pres., 
11,12; Band, 10-12; Weight Qub, 10-12; Spir- 
its (Bananas) Pres, 10-12; Football, 10-12; 
J.V. Wrestling Captain, 10; Track, 10,11; 
Wrestling, 11,12. 

Novotny, Diane E. 
Powder Puff Football Gold, l2. - 

Novotny, PhyllisA. 

Euclidian Staff, 10-12; Euclidian Section Edi- 
tor, 12; Euclidian Salesman, 10-12; IQS, 11, 
12; Medical Careers, 10,11; Medical Careers 
Pres., 11; NHS, 11,12; Student Cour^i, 10; 
Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 



Ann 



Niccum, Douglas W 
Swimming, 11,12. 



Noel, Sandra L. 

Ad Club, 10; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff 

Football Blue, 12; Gymnastics, 10-12. 



Noles, DaleR. 
Letterman Club, 
10-12; J.V. Indoor 
Wrestling, lA^O, 




11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 
Tidck, 10, Football, 10-12; 



Noles, Michael R. 



Nunnally, Evan 
JHockey, 10-12. 



Nusrala, Patrick 

OakleaF, Kathryn A. '■ 

Oddo, Giulio Vincent 
Student Council, 11,12. 

Olinchic, Keith A. 
ONeill,BrianP. 
O Neill, Colleen M 
ONeill, Dennis P. 
Ostberg, John 



Otcasek, Monica M. 

Senior Cabinet, 12; Girls State, 11; Senior 
Talent Night, 12; Eucuyo, 12; GAA, 10.11;, 
Gym Leaders, 11,12; NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10-12; Student Council. 12; Big Show, 
10,12; Fall Play, 12; Winter Play, 11. 

Otcasek, Sheryl A. ^ 

Orchestra, 10-12; Big Show, 10-12. 

Palmer, Todd W. 
Swim Leaders Boys. 11,12. 

Palubinskas, Danute 
C.O.E. Club V. Pres, 12. 

Panter,JeanM. ^ 

AFS, 10-12; Astronomy Club, 10,^lirv^ 
Editorial 11,12; Orchestra, 10-12; Senior Class, 
12; S.I.E (F.T.A.), 10; Big Show, 10 

Paratto, Joseph 
Park, Tacuk 
Parker, Patricia 1. 




^'S6cal,Tami 
[^*1D.E. Qub, 11,12; D.E. Club Treas., 12. 

Pascale, LisaO. 

Patfield, Janet L. 

Cheerleaders, 10,11; Cheerldrs Capt. 12; Clerk- 
typist, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Senior 
Class 12, Senior Talent Night, 12; Powder 
Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Paull, Harry 

Pavis, Mary Beth 

Spirits (Bananas), 11; Student Council, 12; 
Varsity Choral, 11,12; Choral Masters, 11; 
Winter Play, 12; Senior Talent Night, 10, 
12; Girls Track, 11; Powder Puff Football 
Blue, 12; Gymnastics, 10,11 

Payne, Ann E. 

Clerk-Typist, 11; Clerk-Typist Sect. 12; Spit- 
its (Bananas), 10-12; Student Council, 12: 
Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 
12: Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Payne, Frank T. 
Paynich, Valerie A. 

Ad Club, 11,12; AFS 11: FBLA, 12; Horse- 
manship Club, 11; Student Store, 12. 

Pedersen, Michael A. 

Penza, James \'. 

Perkins, Kimberly R. 
Horsemanship Club, 11,12: Band 10,11, Sen- 
ior Class, 12 

Perryman, Richard A. 

Perusek, Kenneth R. 
Weight Club, 12. 

Pestotnik, Thomas A. 
Soccer, 11,12, J.\ Basketball, 10; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10-12; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12; 
Gymnastics, 10. 

Petardi, Kenneth Jon 

Peterson, Karen L. 
D E, Cluj^l^ 

Petkovsek, E!Sne A. 
GAA, 11,12: Gym Leaders, 12: Spirits (Ba- 
nanas), 10,11: 300 Mile Club, 12; Choral Mas- 
ters, 11: Girls Chorus, 10: Girls Track, 10- 
12; Indoor Track, 11,12; Girls Cross Country, 
11,12. 

Petkovsek, John 

Astronomy Club, 11,12: NHS, 11,12; Science 
Seminar, 10-12; IQS, 11,12; Su^vej; Editorial, 







10; Survey Editorial Editor, 11,1^; J.V. 'fen- 
nis, 10,11; Tennis, 12. 

Pettiek, Patricia 
Pfeiffer, Jeanne L. 

Pfriem, DaleB. 

Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Phillippe, Cynthia L. 
C.O.E. Club Pres., 12: Euclidian Salesman, 
11,12: Metal Sculpture Club, 11; GAA, 11, 
12; Girls Track, 10-12; 500 Mile Club, 12; 
Indoor Track, 11,12: Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Phillips, Brian E. 
Key Club, 10. 

Phillips, John H. 
Senior Talent Night, 12. 

Pierce, Deborah 

Pierson, Eric S. 

IQS, 10-12; Key Club V. Pres,, 12; Survey 
Editorial, 10-12: Survey Editorial Editor, 11; 
Survey Editor In Chief, 12; Key Club, V. 
Pres., 12; lOEV. Pres., 12. 

Piet, Kenneth J. 
Pietrantozzi, Elizabeth 
Pistillo,HollieL. 
Plovock, Joan 
Podriznik, Kannet 

Pogorelski, Linda L 
GAA, 10. 

Polunas, Karen M. 

Portik, Sandra L. 
Voc. And Ind. Club, 12. 

Post, James L. 
Potocnik, James R. 

J.V. Wrestling, 10, Wrestling, 11 

Powell, Elizabeth A. 
Eucuyo Editor, 12; Humanities East, 11; IQS, 
11,12; Eucuyo, 11: Medical Careers, 11; NHS, 
11,12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12; Senior 
Talent Night, 12; GAA, 11: Fall Play, 10; Win- 
ter Play, 10. ,-.- . 



Powell, Frank J. 
Band, 10, Orchestra, 
Club, 10. 



Poyle, Michelle 

NHS, 11,12; Medical Careers, 10,11; Survey 

Editorial, 11. 

Pozelnik, Denise J. 

lOE, 11,12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12. 

Poznik, John M. 

Pranskevich, Cathryn 
NHS, 11,12; AFS, 10,11; Spirits (Bananas), 
10,11; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold, 12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Big 
Show, 10,12. 

Pratt, Deborah K. 
Euclidian Staff, 10,11; IQS, 11. 

Pred, Nancy G. 

Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Majorettes, 11,12; 
Majorettes Captain, 12; NHS, 11,12; Student 
Council, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Senior Class, 12; 
Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; Senior Scandal, 
12. 



Prince, Annette J. 

Science Seminar, 10-12: Euclidian Staff, 12; 
Euclidian Salesman, 12; N^^S, 11,12^ Astrono- 
my Club, 10,11; IQS, 12. 




Putzbach, Frederick 

Puz, Andrews. 

Pyle, Steven S. 

Choral Masters, 10,11; Football, 10-12; In- 
door Track, 10-12; Track, 10-12. 

Radisek, Josep 



Rado, Susan M. 

AFS, 12; GAA Treas., 12; Debate Club, 11, 
12: Pink Panther Club, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 
10-12; Senior Class, 12; Sports .-Xids, 10,11; 
Senior Talent Night, 11,12; Red Cross Club, 
12; Gym Leaders, 11,12; GAA, 10-12; Pow- 
der Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Raggets, JefferysD. 



>N^ 



I 



k 




jets, Laurie 
Clerk-Typist, 11,12. 

'"*■ 
Rambeau, William C. '.■^^'■ 

Swim Leaders Boys, 11,12; Water Polo, 10, 
12; Cross Country, 11; Swimming, 10-12; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12. 



Rash, Naomi R. 

Ray, Thomas E. 

Raymont, Sheryl L. 
NHS, 11,12. 




Reding. Jeffrey]. 

Senior Scandal. 12: Ski Club, 10,12: Senior 

Class, 12. Student Store. 12. 

Redman, Debra D. 

FBLA, 10; Big Show, 10,12; Choral Masters, 
11: AF5, 12: Euclidian Salesman. 12; Eucli- 
dian Staff, 12; Pink Panther Club, 12: Pow- 
der Puff Football Blue. 12: Senior Class, 12. 

Reece, Carla M. 

Reed.DarrellJ. 

Gym Leaders, 11; D.E. Club, 11,12. 

Reel, Cynthia R. 

Girls Swimming, 11,12; Po^sder Puff Foot- 
ball Blue. 12: Varsity Choral 12 Choral Mas- 
ters. 11: Girls Chorus. 10 Swim Leaders Girls, 
10-12; Wai Napolo 10-12. Euclidian Staff, 
10-12; NHS. 11,12. 

Rees. Eleanor E 
Reese, Constance A. 

Clerk-Typist, 12; G.A.A 10-12 Gymnastics, 



Reeves, Craig E. 

J.V. Tennis. 10,11: Tennis, 11.12; Computer 

Jocks, 11,12. 

Reid, Jane E. 

Powder Puff FootbaO Gold. 12. 

Reilly, Franklin 

Football, 10-12; Football Captain, 12; Letter- 
man Club. 11,12. 

Repar, Bonnie 

AFS, 12; Humanities East, 11; Medical Ca- 
, reers. 11; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

~ JE»i.'- " ' 

'Reshetar, Roy 



J^^exrode, Kim L 



^}eanette M. 
Girls Chorus, 10. 

Ricci, Susan E. 

Euclidian Staff, 10-12; Euclidian Section Edi- 
tor, 12: Euclidian Salesman, 10-12; IQS, 11. 
12; Medical Careers, 11; NHS. 11,12; NHS 
Treas., 12; Senior Class. 12; Powder Puff 
Football Cold, 12. 

Rich, Denise A. 

Richmond, Debbie L. 

Ridd, Gordon P. 

Rigsby, Cathy 
NHS.n.ix 




Rinderle, Carolyn A. 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Gym Leaders Treas., 
12; Gym Leader? 11,12: GAA, 10,11; Jr. Class, 
11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff Football 
Gold. 12; Girls Tr.ick. 10; Senior Scandal. 12. 

Roeder, Marc 

Roeder, Susan M. 

GAA, 10. Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Powder 
Puff Football Blue, 12; Senior Talent Night, 
12; Girls Swimming, 11,12; Senior Class, 12; 
Jr. Class, 11. 

Roeder, Toby J. 

Roller, AlonW. 

Euclidian Staff, 11,12; IQS. 12; S.l.E. (F.T.A.), 

12; Survey Editorial, 11,12. 

Romoser, Sally Beth 

Majorettes, 11,12; Powder Puff Football Gold, 

12; Senior Class. 12. 



Roper, Deborah A. 
Rose, Ray P. 



Rote, Timothy H. : 

Astronomy Club, 10-12; Camera Club, 10, 
11; IQS, 10-12; NHS, 11,12; S.l.E. (F.T.A.), 
11.12; Student Store, 10,11; Survey Editorial, 
10-12: Survey Bus., 10-12; Pep Band, 12; S.l.E. 
Historian, 12; Survey Photographer, 10-12; 
Computer Jocks, 11,12; Survey Editorial 
Editor, 12. 

Rozman, Anthony P. 

Rucker, David „ v^ 

) * 
Rupert, Christopher •• f 
Euclidian Salesman, 10; Spirits "((Bananas). 
12; Senior Talent Night, 12; Football, 12. 

Ruscin, Mark A. 

Radio Club, 12; Student Store, 11.12; Cho- 
ral Masters, 10-12. 

Ryan, Nick J. 

Ryavec, Ronald A. 

Saba, Mary Margaret 
C.O.E. Club. 12; Majorettes, 10; Spirits (Ba- 
nanas). 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; 
Senior Talent Night, 12; C.O.E. Parliamen- 
tarian, 12. 

Sakacs, Cathy A. 

Pink Panther Club. 12; Sports Aids. 12; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 12. 

Salcedo, Shinette C. 

Saley, Karen J. 
Clerk-Typist, 11,12. 



Sample, Wayne B. 

Sanborn, Karen M. 
Choral Masters, 11. 

Santorelli, Cindy 

Savage, Kathleen M. 

Cheerleaders, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 11, 

12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Savarin, Fran J. 

Savoca, Anthony 

Ski Club, 12; Teacher's Aid, 11,12; Science 

Seminar, 11 

Sceranka, Nancy L. 

Senior Class, 12; Teacher's Aid, 10. 

Schaefer, Scott A. 

Band, 10-12; Orchestra, 11; Stage Band, 10- 

12; Big Show, 10-12; Senior Talent Night, 

11,12. 

Schall, Debra M. 

C.O.E. Club, 12; lOE, 11; Senior Class, 12; 
Teacher's Aid, 11; Survey Bus., 12; O.E.A. 
Club, 11. 

Schanz, Kenneth J. 

Band, 10-12; Orchestra, 10; Track, 10-12; In- 
door Track. 10-12. 

Scheimann, Gale A. 
FBLA, 10. 



Schieb, Sandra E. Jp i 

Girls Chorus, 10. K 

Schiffbauer, Larry ^ . 

Football, 10-12; J.V. Wrestling, 10. X|j 

Schlick, Alfred A. ■/''■'^: '-}''-. hJ 

Schlickert, Ronald F. 

SchroU, Cynthia L. 
Senior Class, 12. 

Schuenemann, Rebekah 

Orchestra, 10; Teacher's Aid, 11; Winter 

Play, 10; Fall Play, 10. 

Schuhle, Frank F. 

J.V. Football, 10; Football, 11,12; J.V. Wrestl- 
ing, 10; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 12. 

Schultz, LoraC. 
Schultz, Michael H. 

Soccer, 12. 
Schwarz, John E. 



Scott, JanettM. 
Scott, William C. 

Scale, Ricky L. _. ' ' 

Letterman Club, 10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 
12: 500 Mile Club, 12; Cross Country, 10- 
12; Indoor Track, 11,12; Track, 10-12; Bas- 
ketball, 10. I, 1, 

Sebusch, Ron A. ' 

Letterman Club, 11; J.V. Football, 10, Football, 

10,11. 



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Seeley, Debra L. 

FBLA, 10; AFS, 11; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Seibert, JoannR. 

Clerk-Typist, 11,12; Clerk-Typist V. Pres., 11. 

Senn, Jo Ann 
Sepko, Rebecca 

Girls Chorus, 10. 

Serwatka, John A. 

Key Club, 10,11; Medical Careers, 12; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 11; Powder Puff Football Gold, 



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Sexton, Daniel W 



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Shaner, Leo Allan 
Voc. And Ind. Club, 12. 

Sharp, Steven E. • 

Shaw, Laureen A. 

GAA, 10; Gym Leaders, 11,12; Ski Club, 10; 

Sports Aids, 10,11; Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

Shea, Timothy 

Shilander, Bruce J. 
J.V. Basketball, 10. 

Shrout, Terriann 
S.I.E.(F.T.A.),10. 

Shultz, Robert 

Shutty, Elizabeth J. 

lOE, 11; C.O.E. Club, 12; O.E.A. Club, 11. 



Sibert, Laura A. 

Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Girls State, 
11; Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; NHS, 
11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Student Coun- 
cil, 11,12; Student Council V. Pres., 12; Cheer- 
leaders, 10-12; Varsity Choral, 12; Choral 





Masters, 11; Girls Chorus, 10; Who's Who 
In High School, 11; Gymnastics, 10. 

Sicurezza, Michelle 

Medical Careers, 10-12; Ski Club, 12; Spir- 
its (Bananas), 12; Senior Talent Night, IZ 



SidersyGlen A. 
Siefkes, Robert R. 



Simon, Diane 

GAA, 10; Teacher's Aid, 11,12; Senior Class, 

12. 



Sisson, Allen 
Sivik, James M. 

Skrjanc, Michael E. 
Band, 10-12; Orchestra, 11,12. 



Skupic, Margaret M. 
lOE, 11,12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12; Majorettes 
Captain, 11; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Girls 
Track, 11; Senior Class, 12; Senior Talent 
Night, 12. 



Skur, Beverly 
AFS, 11,12; Humanities East, 11; Medical 
Careers, 10; NHS, 11,12; Choral Masters, 
11,12; Big Show, 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Pow- 
der Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Slusser, Marcia J. 

Cheerleaders, 11,12; Powder Puff Football 
Blue, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 11,12; Senior Talent 
Night, 12. 



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Smerdel, Richardl- 

Smith, Charlene 

Smith, Debbie 

Smith, Donald K. 
Swimming, 10-12. 

Smith, Eileen M. 



Smith, Lorrie A. 

C.O.E. Club Pres., 12; O.E.A. Club, 11; lOE, 

ll;IOEScct.,ll. 

Soeder, Kurt 

Soulerin, Jordan F. 
Choral Masters, 10,11. 

South, John F. 
Wrestling Captain, 10-12. 

Speece, Michael W. 
Ski Club, 11. 

Spence, Kathleen L. 





Spilker, Lorraine E. \ 

Sporcic, John P. 

Springborn, JanC. 

Ihuth, KurtE. 
Stalzer, Dorthie L. 

JOE, 11,12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12 

Stankiewicz, John M 



Stansfield, John M. 

Letterman Club, 11,12; Spirits (Bananas), 
10-12; Student Council Pres., 12; Senior Class, 
12; J.V. Baseball, 10. 

Starr, Debra J. 

Pink Panther Club, 10,11; Medical Careers, 10. 




Stass, BrigitteC. 

Steinf urth, Nancy A. 
FBLA, 10, FBLA V. Pres., 11; FBLA Pres., 
12; Euclidian Salesman, 11,12; NHS, 11,12; 
Senior Class, 12. 

Stephens, Debra A. 

Sternburg, Danny D. 

Stevko, Jeffrey A. 

Radio Club, 10; Radio Club V. Pres., 11; Band 
10,11. 

Stevko, Linda M. 
Spirits (Bananas), 12. 

Stigamier, Donald R. -s-^w- 

Stoch, Amy E. 
s<yarsity Choral, 12; Choral Masters, 11; Girls 
Chorus, 10; Fall Play, 12. 

Stopko, Kathy . j 

Strah, Wayne R. 11 

Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Baseball, 11,12; J.V. 
Baseball, 10. ] } 

Strang, Diane M. ?l 

GAA, 10; \^. And Ind. Club, li,p.: Girls 
Hockey, 10; iFeacher's Aid, 10; Caralra Club, 
11,12. fj fl 

Strathern, Mark E. ; 

Streich, Jeffrey M. 
Stroberg, Gary W. ; ] 

Strutz, Ronald J. 
Stuart, Garry E. 



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Stuber, James M. 

Stylianou, Mike Alex 

Swaidner, Thomas O. 

Swaney, Robert W. 

Swearingen, Barbara 

Wai Napolo, 10: Swim Leaders Girls, 10. 

Switzer, James M. 

AFS, 11,12; Euclidian Staff, 11,12; Key Club, 
10,11; Key Club Pres., 12; IQS, 12; NHS, 11, 
12; Radio Club, 10,11; Varsity Choral, 12, 
Choral Masters 11: Big Show, 11,12; Senior 
Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Boys State, 11; Sen- 
ior Talent Night, 10-12: Computer Jocks, 
12; Euclidian Section Editor, 12; Who's Who 
In High School, U. 

Sylte, Carol A. 
Euclidian Staff, 10. 

Szabo, Catherine L. 

Szabo, Donna K. 

GAA, 10-12; 500 Mile Club, 12; Girls Bas- 
ketball, 10-12: Girls Track, 10-12. 



Taddie, DaleR. 
Talty, Joseph E. 
Tanner, Ralph E. 



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Taton, Michael J. 

J.\' Tennis, 10,11; Tennis, 12. 

Taylor, M. Katherine 
AFS, 10; J.V. Indoor Track, 10. 

Taylor, Pamela A. 
Girls State, 11. 

Taylor, Sandra 

Taylor, Virginia E. 

Tekancic, Christine 

FBLA 10; D.E. Club, 11; D.E. ClubSect., 12. 



Telich, Mary Jo 

Wai Napolo, 10,11, Wai Napolo V. Pres., 
12; Swim Leaders Girls, 10,11; Powder Puff 
Football Blue, 12, Ad Club, 11,12; GAA, 10; 
Spirits iBariMMS), 10-12; Senior Talent Night, 
12;Cirls Chorus, 10. 

Theodore, Claire A. 

Teachers Aid, 11, ^i Club, 11,12; Spirits 
(Bananas). 11; Student Council, 11; Choral 
Masters, 11; Girls Chorus, 10; Big Show, 11; 
Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Senior Talent 
Night, 12. 



Theodos, Diane J. 

Eucuyo, 12; Euclidian Staff. 12; IQS, 12; GAA, 
10-12; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Student Coun- 
cil, 11; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Voc. 
And Ind. Club, 11,12. 

Thomas, Marks. 

Thompson, Barbara P. 
Euclidian Staff, 10-12; Euclidian Salesman, 
11,12; Euclidian Section Editor, 12; IQS, 12; 
Senior Talent Night, 12; Big Show, 12. 

Thompson, Lynda Gail 
GAA, 10,11; Medical Careers, 10,11; Pink 
Panther Club, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 10; Jr. 
Class, 11. 

Thompson, Michael L. 



Thomson, Ronald W. 

Timm, Michael A. 

Toigo, Loretta L. 
O.E.A. Vice President, 11. 



Tomko, Williar 

Baseball, 11,12; J.V. Baseball, 10; Powder 

Puff Football Coach, 12. 

Toth, David M. 
Traxler, JayneL. 

Trevarthen, Holly A. 

AFS, 10-12; Euclidian Staff, 11,12; Euclidian 
Salesman, 11,12; Medical Careers, 10,11; 
Medical Careers V. Pres., 11; NHS, 11,12; 
Choral Masters, 11,12; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Tripp, William A. 

Trommetter, John 

Cross Country, 10,12; J.V. Indoor Track, 

10; Track, 10. 

Trotta,John A. 

Truskolaski, Brian F. 
O.E.A. Club, 11,12. 

Turk, Donna Lee 

Pink Panther Club, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 

10;GAA, 10, Band, 11,12. 

Tutino, Gina S. 

Ubl, Richard J. 

Letterman Club, 11,12. 

Ucic, Lynne M. 

C.O.E. Club, 12; FBLA, 11,12; IQS, 11,12; 
Survey Bus., 11,12; Girls Chorus, 10. 



Ullom,WilliamJ. 



Umek,RuthM. 

Euclidian Staff, 11; GAA, 10,11; Pink Panther 

Club, 10; Spirits (Bananas, 10; Girls Hockey, 

10. 

Urban, Beverly 

Medical Careers, 11; Pink Panther Club, 12; 

Powder Puff Football Gold, 12. 

Urgeleit, Bonita 

Pink Panthers V. Pres., 11; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Gold, 12; Senior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; 
Student Council, 12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Ussai,Terri A. 
Valus, David E. 

Vanah, Sandra L. 

Spirits (Bananas), 12; Senior Class, 12; Pow- 
der Puff Football Blue, 12; Medical Careers, 
12; Gymnastics, 10-12. 

Vance, Elizabeth M. 

Band, 10,11; Senior Class, 12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Van, Pelt Dale E. 
Soccer, 12; J.V. Soccer, 12. 

Vargo, Laverne M. 
Gymnastics, 10. 

Varwig, Susan 

Vercellino, Robert 

Student Council, 12; Teacher's Aid, 12. 

Vesel, Terry A. 

FBLA, 11,12; Choral Masters, 11,12; NHS, 
11,12; Pink Panther Club, 10-12; Senior Class, 
12; Teacher's Aid, 11,12. 

VidalPaulE. 

lOE, 11,12; IQS, 11,12; O.E.A. Club, 11,12; 
Survey Bus., 11,12; Survey Bus. Editor, 12jj 
Computer Jocks, 12. i 

Voase, Renee M. 
O.E.A. Treasurer, 12; Survey Bus. Secretary/ ,J| 
Treas., 12; IQS, 12; ICE, 11,12; Majorette 
Club, 10. 

Vogel, Gilbert G. 
Swimming, 10-12. 

Vollman, Lawrence E. 

Wade, Margaret L. 

Wagner, Derek B. 

AFS, 10-12; Science Seminar, 10,11; Teacher's 

Aid, 11,12; J.V. Tennis, 10; Tennis, 11,12. 

Walker, Betty Jean 

AFS, 10-12; GAA, 10; NHS, 11,12; Science 
Seminar, 10-12; Swim Leaders Girls, 11; Band^ 
10-12; Orchestra, 10,11; Big Show, 10,11; 
Marching Band, 10-12; Who's Who In High 
School, 11. 



Walker, Patricia 
C.O.E.Club,12. 

Walsh, Kenny Lon 

Walsh, Susan M. 

Medical Careers, 10-12; Girls Chorus, 10. 

Walter, Jacqueline R. 
Girls Chorus, 10. 

Wandersleben, Mark W. 
Lettermari Club, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 10- 
12; Football, 10,11; Track, 10-12; Wrestling 
Captain, 10-12. 

Ward, Georganne 

Wardeiner, Laura J. 

Ad Club, 10-12; GAA V. Pres., 12; Gym Lead- 
ers, 11,12; Spirts (Bananas), 11,12; > Senior 
Cabinet, 12; GAA, 10,11; Jr. Class, 11; Girls 
Track, 10-12; Girls VoU^ball, 10-12. 

Waterman, Karen P. 

Webster, Janice A.; 

Humanities East, 11; BDE, 11,12; O.E., :. Club 

11,12. i 

Weiss, Charlene D. 

Gym Leaders, 11,12; Gym Leaders Sect 12, 
^d, 10-12; Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff 
Football Gold, T2; Gymnastics, 11; Marching 
Band, 10-12. 

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Welton,BethE. 

NHS, 11,12; Spirits (Bananasf ll.ll- Swim 
Leaders Girls, 11,12; Wai Napolo, 11,12; Sen- 
ior Class, 12; Jr. Class, 11; Girls Track, 10; 
Powder Puff Football Gold, 12; 'GirU 
Volleyball 10-12. 

,Werle, Nancy Lynne 

(Girls Chorus, 10 



VTerstak.DavidA. 
Whitcomb, David A. 
White, Gerald W. 



Wliitlow, Kenneth Ris.. '■.^ 

Teachers Aid, 10-12; WintS- Play, 11,12; 

Wai Napolo, 10. \ 

Wightman, T. Jeffrey 
Key Club, 10; NHS, 11,12; Science Seminar, 
10-12; Band^lO-12; Stage Band, 12; Big Show, 
10-12; Marchrn^Band, 10-12. 



Wile, William A. 
Wilkinson, Thomas 



Vmmi.DianeL. 

-Ad Club, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 10,11; Senior 



Talent Night, 12; Girls Baseball, 10; Powder 
Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Williams, Pamela L. 

Wilson, Lawrence A. 

Winchester, Nancy J. 
Jr. Class, 11. 

Wintle, Kim M. 

Band, 10; Girls Track, 10; S.I.E. (F.T.A.), 12; 

Senior Talent Night, 12. 



Wirsching, Robert G. 

J.V. Soccer, 10-12; J.V. Basketball, 10. 

Wolski,Gary M. 



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Woodruff, Karen Lee 

AFS, 10-12; Euclidian Staff, 12; GAA, IlO; 
Science Seminar, 10-12; Swim Leaders Girls, 
10; IQS, 1^ NHS, ,11,12; Euclidian Salesman 
12. 



li NHS, ,1 





Workman, Karen A. 
Varsity Choral, 12; Choral Masters, 11; Girls 
Chorus, 10; Big Show, 11; Girls Track, 10; 
Indoor Track, 11; Fall Play, 12. 

Wyman,Fred 



Yaggie, Cheryl Ann 
O.E.A. Club, 11,12: lOE, 11,12. 



Yakovac, Philip A. 

AFS, 11,12; Euclidian Salesman, 12; Science 

Seminar, 11,12. 

Yerman, Ronald A. 

Yoder, Brent C. 
Soccer Captain, 12. 

Yokie, Bradley. 

Yonakor, Richard R. 
Basketball, 10-12. 

Young, Sharon A. 

Pink Panther Club, 10-12; Student Council, 
12; Senior Class, 12; Spirits (Bananas), 12; 
GAA, 10. 

Zachary, Lacey "^ 

Euclidian Staff, 10; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12r 
Seiitior Class, 12; Powder Puff Football Gold, 
12;Senior Talent Night, 12. ■'^- "" 

/.agorc, Elizabeth L. 

lOE, 11,12; FBLA, 10,11; O.E.A., Club, 11,12; 

Senior Class, 12; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Zahurancik, Janice 
P.E. Club, 12; lOE, 11; O.E A. Club, 11. 



Zak, Anita J. 

GAA, 10,11; Spirits (Bananas), 10-12; Stu- 
dent Council, 12; Senior Class, 12; Girls Track, 
10; Girls Tennis, 11,12; Girls Swimming, 
10,ll;Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Zaletel, Christine M. 
NHS, 11,12. 

Zaller, Donna J. 

Clerk-Typist, 11,12; Clerk-Typist V. Pres., 
12; GAA, 10; Girls Basketball, 10-12; Girls 
Baseball, 10; Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. 

Zaller, Raymond K. 
Zarlinski, Andrew E. 
Zdanowicz, Michael 
Zelman, EricR. ' 
Zeman, Barbara A. . 

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Zerby, Michael L. i 

Zetkulich, Cheryl M. 

O.E.A. Club, 11,12; O.E.A. President, 12; lOE, 

11,12; NHS, 11,12. 

Zigman, John A. 

■Zimmerman, Eric N. 

Zingale, Michael D. 

Senior Class, 12; Teacher's Aid, 10-12. 

Znidarsic, Susan A. 
Zovack, Marcia 
Zsaludko, Robin 



Zupancic, Audrey A 
Powder Puff Football Gold, 12 




Zupancic, Stanley J. 
Zupanic, Carla J. 



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Standard Glove 
Company 

23520 St. Clair Ave. 
486-6500 




STOP LOOKING! 
The Odds are 100 to 1 We Have It 

FOREST CITY 
AUTO PARTS 



CLEVELAND EAST: 9900 Buckeye Rd.— 795-5995 

CLEVELAND WEST: 2001 Clark Ave.— 241-5425 

CLEVELAND S.W.: 4984 W. 150th St.— 267-3525 

(Just North of Brookpark Rd.) 

BEDFORD: 607 Broadway— 232-5840 

(Across from Bedford Post Office) 

EUCLID: 22460 Lakeland Blvd.— 289-5000 

(Exit Lakeland Frwy. — E. 222nd) 

FREE PARKING 

OPEN Nites til 10 P.M. 

Saturday 8 til 8 P.M. 

Sunday 9 til 5 P.M. 

All Credit Cards Honored 




DAIRY TWIST 



501 East 260th Street 
261-3188 



Congratulations 
From Your Own 

EUCLID NEWS 
JOURNAL 

More of What You Want: 

• Euclid School Sports 

• Euclid School Schedules 

• Euclid School Happenings 

PLUS: 

STORIES and PICTURES of Your 

Local Area, PEOPLE and 

PLACES. 

"Read About Them Every Thursday" 
22475 Shore Center Dr. 261-7650 




EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS 

Expert Volkswagen Service • Body Work • Painting 
Parts and accessories • Tires, All Sizes 



Martin Lisac 
481-6106 



19901 St. Clair AVE. 
Cleveland, OH 44117 



Congratulations 

PALISADES BOWL 

1331 East 260th St. 




30315 Euclid Ave. 
585-3505 



27401 Tungsten 
289-7300 



WE SALUTE THE GRADUATING 
Class of 1976 



Compliments of a Friend 



Congratulations from 



Wai Napolo 




iVhen youVe hungry 

for good food and 

thirsty for a good time 



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KIDS DAY from ggj' 
Bingo the Clown 1:00-7:00 
Free Toys 



Luncheon 

Special From $1.35 

Old Movies— Peanuts and Popcorn 



JUES 



Luncheon Special From $1.35 
OldMovies-PeanutsandPopcorn 



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the qreat v^lue meal . . .THE GROUND ROUND 

full half pound of beef on a bun; hefty steak fries, cole slaw, pickle 

DRINK AND BE MERRV 

Cold beer in frosted mugs or by the pitcher 
Giant cocktails by the glass or pitcher 

Free peanuts on your table 

Nickelodeon filled with nostalgia 

Free toys and games for the kids 



CHUNKY CHILI 

A brimming bowl of choice beef, beans 
and sunny seasoning 

JUMBO FRANKFURTER 

pure beef on a fresh bun; 
trench fries and homemade relish 



22671 SHORE CENTER DR. 

731-0871 




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SEA-LAKE SYSTEMS 



1300 East 260 Street 
289-3131 



SALTER AUTO 
PARTS CO. INC. 



21149 Euclid Ave. 
486-3798 




Our New Euclid Office 

TOWN and COUNTRY 
DRIVING SCHOOL 

25000 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 



Reasonable Rates 



732-9393 



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A successful Student Council is built with each student's hands. 
When a group of people work on a project, each has to realize that 
he is the "key to success." With 100% participation, there will be a 
success. A united student body and a new spirit slogan contributed to 
a very spirited school year. Through pep rallies, buttons, T-shirts, 
cowbells, and spirit signs, the "Go Bananas" slogan spread the year 
around. Student Council, believing that communications are im- 
portant, held meetings with the Administration. Each party offered 
advice about areas of common interest. Homecoming and Winter Fes- 
tival were successful weekends. With Homecoming on Sweetest 
Day, and Winter Festival on Valentine's day, Cupid helped Student 
Council with two great memories of our 1975-76 school year. 
Since our experiences in life are usually determined by our expecta- 
tions. Student Council became a great experience. 

Halle Conway 



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INDUCTION BRAZING e SOLDERING 

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Good Luck Class of 1976 

INDUCTION BRAZING 
& SOLDERING 

• Brazing by Induction — Gas 

• Soft Soldering — all types 

• Welding, Arc, Spot 
Projection Heli-Art 

• Light Manufacturing 



21850 St. Clair Ave. L.J. (Bill) Schell 



486-8283 



Lake Shore Florist 



18322 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-6868 

Congratulations Class of 1976 



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Alvin's Jewelers 



3 Locations . . . 

East 185th 

Shoregate 

and the New 

MENTOR MALL STORE 



GOOD/'VEAR 
TIRES 




onsUmer 



Nobody, But Nobody Sells Tires for Less 



486-4300 

21900 St. Clair 



255-9154 

8443 Mentor 
Ave. 



Fastest, Finest, Friendliest Service 




Advertising Index 



Name 


Page Number 


Induction Brazing 


288 


Reliance Electric 


274 


Alvin's Jewelers 


288 


Jacobs, Visconti & Jacobs 


288 


St. Clair Savings 


269 


Armao's Restaurant 


271 


J & J Sunoco 


272 


Salter Auto Parts 


285 


Army Surplus 


276 


Journal Newspapers 


281 


Sea-Lake Systems 


285 


Astro Travel 


276 


KLI Inc. 


278 


Sims Buick 


279 


Big Bouquet 


264 


Knific Insurance 


275 


Standard Glove 


281 


Bob's Car Care 


266 


L & S Sunoco 


280 


Student Council 


286-287 


Boulevard Beverages 


266 


Lakeland Lighting 


279 


Student Supply Store 


267 


Carrols Restaurant 


276 


Lakeshore Florist 


278 


Tomsic Auto Body 


280 


Center Beverage 


276 


London Cleaners 


279 


Tower Auto Parts 


266 


Colonial Homestead 


271 


Marios's Flowers 


279 


Town & Country Driving 


285 


Consumer Tire 


289 


Mark Hairdressers 


274 


Wai Napolo 


283 


Convenient Food Mart 


277 


Martin's Freeze 


272 






Dairy Twist 


281 


Max's Restaurant 


288 






Erie Auto Parts 


277 


McDonald's 


282 






Euclidian Beauty College 


278 


Mihelich's Hometown 


274 






Euclid Blue Print 


277 


Don Miller's Sohio 


277 






Euclid Foreign Motors 


282 


Russell Miller Garage 


274 






Euclid High Key Club 


273 


Nationwide Advertising 


268 






Euclid National Bank 


271 


Palisades Bowl 


282 






Euclid Race Dairy 


271 


Papp's Body Shop 


269 






Flickinger Inc. 


280 


Parent Teacher Student 








Florama Flowers 


280 


Association 


267 






Forest City Auto Parts 


281 


Personalized Tax Service 


272 






Friedman Jewelers 


278 


Pressure Castings 


272 






The Ground Round 


284 


Radix Wire 


269 






Millwood Manufacturing Co. 


270 


Raimor Studios 


265 







PATRONS 



ADAM'S PET SHOP 

395 East 200th Street 
48O-7009 



ALADDIN CARPET & 

FURNITURE CLEANER 

22384 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-8173 



G.R. ANDRASO, M.D. 

25100 Euclid Avenue 



DR. and MRS. R.M. BALDWIN 



BALI HAI CHINESE 
RESTAURANT 

25649 Euclid Avenue 
731-4800 




BARRON'S COIN OPERATED 
WASHERS & DRYERS INC. 

20300St. Clair Avenue 
531-6000 



* DR. A.L BLASKEVICA 

848 East 185th Street 
486-0322 



BRICKMAN & SONS 
FUNERAL HOME 

21900 Euclid Avenue 
481-5277 



L.C. CARRAN 

20501 Euclid Avenue 
531-9754 



CHAPEL MACHINE AND 

TOOL INC. 

25901 Tungsten Road 
481-5800 



PATRONS 



CLEVELAND PLASTIC 
FABRICATORS AND 
SUPPLIERS 

25861 Tungsten Road 
486-7300 



CONVENIENT FOOD MART 

811 East 222nd Street 
261-2289 



DON A. CRAWFORD D.D.S. 

25100 Euclid Avenue 
731-7207 



CUYAHOGA ELECTRIC 
CONSTRUCTION INC. 

494 East 200th Street 
486-9121 



DECKER APPLIANCE 
SERVICE 

445 East 200th Street 
486-7200 




R.D.DICKENS CO. 

608 East 185th Street 
481-4450 



EUCLID PEDIATRICS, INC. 

26300 Euclid Avenue 
261-2606 



FREEWAY SPORTING 
GOODS 

22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-8329 



GALE'S BI-RITE 

709 East 185th Street 
486-0066 



HANDY RENTS 

1329 East 260th Street 
731-6950 



PATRONS 



HYDE FIRESTONE 

727 East 185th Street 
531-7443 



JOE'S BEVERAGE 

399 East 200th Street 
486-0595 



DR. & MRS. R.A. KRIESSLER 

21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



KWIK FILL 

19621 Euclid Avenue 
531-9813 



LEADER DRUG 

22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7474 




DR. EUGENE LINSEY 

25100 Euclid Avenue 
261-1010 



KEN SAYWELL 
LUIKART INS. AGENCY 

18324 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-4770 



MAXIM'S FOODS 

602 East 185th Street 
531-2893 



DOUG MERVAR 

815 East 236th Street 
731-0761 



MOLNAR'S DAIRY QUEEN 

435 East 200th Street 
486-0929 



PATRONS 



OHIO HONING & 
HYDRAULIC 

23800 St. Clair Avenue 
731-5700 



PERRY DRUG 

706 East 185th Street 
b2i\.-77'77 



MRS. JAMES J. POTUCEK 



PRECISION OPTICAL 

22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



MR. & MRS. RICHARD RICCI 



ROSS MARKET 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-5757 




W.R. ROTHKOPF, D.D.S. 

3300 Green Road 
481-1800 



SHORE CARPET MART 

854 East 185th Street 
531-0484 



SKI-WAY MACHINE 

24460 Lakeland Blvd. 
732-9000 



HENRY TAYLOR & SON INC. 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 



RICHARD L. TAYLOR, M.D. 

25100 Euclid Avenue 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3878 



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