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Euclid Senior High School 
711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 



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Following an endless pattern of days 
that stretches to eternity, 
broken only by infinitesimal moments 
of release. 





A Smile. 
Contagious Happiness 
spreads through the 
crowded hallway. 




Pressure. 

A thousand responsibilities 

linked to the endless 

ticking 

of the clock. 

Hurry. 

Capturing a brief instant 

of seclusion 

to treasure in contemplation, 

relaxation. 



Seeking the comfort of companionship- 

a common problem, 

a shared moment of ecstasy. 

Endless empty words 

tied with trivialities 

conceal the silent communication of 

a sigh, 

a glance, 

a touch. 






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Confronted 

with a conflict of interest — 

To capture the remaining moments 

of an irretrievable time, 

or to concentrate on the next phase . 

college, a job, a career. 

A well-established Perspective 

of life-and-death grades, 

of "essential" social events 

is shattered in a wave of indecision- 

a confusion of precedence. 

Hectic hours of last-minute learning 

Block the pathway to the EXIT. 

The Senior — 

anxious to uncover individualism, 

new experiences, 

yet strangely reluctant to abandon 

the comfortable pattern of 

familiar faces . . . 

Moving from the microcosm . . . 




Gary Abbey Anne Adams Richard Albanese Gerald Allchin Charlotte Amato 

Charlotte Abraham John Akiba Deborah Alexander Lynn Allchin Nicki Anagnostou 




It s been a long lourney. 



Kathleen Anderson 
Linda Anderson 
Nancy Anderson 



Patricia Andrews 
Michael Andrulis 
Marilou Apicello 



Richard Aquilano 
Robin Archer 
Gail Arnold 




Seniors 




It'sunBERRYable. 








Glenn Austin Kirk Bailey 

Frank Babets Bruce Bajec 



Robert Baker 
Mary Ann Balasko 



Seniors 




Tony Banas 


Cindy Barbish 


Judy Basa 


Kurt Banford 


Douglas Barnes 


Brian Batista 


Arleen Barbato 


Douglas Barry 


Judith Baur 


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Linda Beadle 

Robert Beck 

Doug Behrends 



Karen Belavich 
Cynthia Bell 
John Benda 





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Bruce Biddle Rosemary Blankenship Henry Boczek 

Russell Bitker Robert Blazunas Nicholas Bohr 

Thomas Blackford Sarah Block Barbara Bolden 

"You know I can't hear you when the water's running! " 



Deborah Bolen 
Dirk Booms 



Pick pocketbook. 



Anna Bereave 
Carl Bork 




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Deborah Bosher Terry Bosher Beverly Bowers Barbara Bowlns Patricia Bozak 

Donna Boslier Bonnie Botts Eric Bowes Colleen Boyle Lois Brace 





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Dennis Brady 
Carol Braidich 
Kevin Brain 



Theresa Branca 
Roger Braun 
Barbara Brazauska 





Arthur Brewer Cheryl Broderick 

Marie Brinko David Brodowski 

Cynthia Brizes Ann Bronaka 



Couple of the year, & the year before that and . . . "So what if there is a fire? 



Of course we don't work in the library.' 




Ronald Brow 
Michael Bruening 





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Gail Bulick 
William Burke 
James Burns 



Susan Burris 
Judith Cain 
DebraCaldrone 



Margaret Ca 
Diane Carlson 
Melissa Carmany 




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Mary Cefaratti 
Joanne Centa 
Kathleen Cerr 



Dale Cesen 

Yves Chabal 

Richard Chase 



MaxineChazanoff 
Debra Cheich 



Vickie Chiodo Richard Chrzanowski 

Michael Chlebik David Cifranic 



Pamela Cifranic 
Dale Cigoy 




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Cynthia Cooper 
John Coppers 



Peter Cowan 
Alan Cox 




Margaret Cox 
Donald Crawford 
Adelaide Crnko 



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Fay Davis Michael Delehanty 

Jeffrey Davis Daniel DeMichele 

Dale Decker Diane Deming 

Steve Deemer Katfileen DeMinico 



Susan Denney 
William Densmore 



Denise DeRocco Donna DeVita 

Donald DeVita Richard Devor 



"No, I'm not a hall guard 



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Gayle Dezelon 

Bonnie Diehl 

Sue Diezic 



Daniel DiFranco 

Diane DiLalla 

Paulette Discenzo 



Robert Dissauer 

Johanna DiTirro 

Randy Doblar 



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Michelle Dobray 

William Doesburg 



John Doganiero 
Jeffrey Dole 
Mary Doljack 




"Take it easy, you'll find it.' 



Shiela Donnally Valerie Donovan 

Dolores Donner Salvatore Dottore 




Julie Dougherty 
Gregory Drake 


Lawrence Drozin 
Michael Drury 
Daniel Ducca 


Doris Dunbar 
Robert Dunker 
Eileen Dunlap 


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Roberta Fiffik 



Ronald Ferrafo 
Denise Ferrell 
Cathy Ferris 

Richard Filsinger 



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Bruce Finan 

David Fisher 

Edward Fisher 



Robin Fisher 

Colleen Flanagan 

Brenda Flender 



Nancy Foley 
Laura Fondran ...... , 

Joan Force 1 




Sandra Frohlich 
Mark Fuerst 
Regina Fulcomer 


Judith Fulton 
William Gabriel 
Laurel Galpin 


Linda Garrett 
RoseanneGarubo 
Nancy Gasser 


"Once upon a time . . .' 






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Curtis Gast 
Denise Gast 
Janet Gates 
Joann Geneliu; 
Mary Gephart 



Victoria Geptiart 
Robert Gerbetz 
Barbara Girimont 
Denise Glick 
Sue Glick 






Celeste. 






Rock-a-bye baby 


Frank Glicker 
MarkGlinski 
Vivian Goertz 


Richard Goldstein 

Derek Gorg 

Diane Gornik 


Elizabeth Graf 

Paul Graham 

Jacqueline Grasgreen 


Jeanne Gray 

Cheryl Grega 

Rochelle Gregory 


Charles Grieshammer 

Thomas Grittis 

Amy Griffith 




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Frank Gromley 
Mark Groudle 
Elizabeth Grum 
Richard Grycan 



Joseph Grzincic 
Sandra Gubanc 
Diane Gugliotta 
Jon Gurry 
Richard Gusky 




Music to have a play by. 



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Patricia Hazlett Fredericl< Heinz 

Danny Hedgecocl< Kathleen Helmicl< 



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Robert Herrick Catherine Hil 

Carol Hess Louis Hille 



Seniors 



Alan Hitchcox 
Pamela Hobe 



"No we're NOT going together 





Nancy Holloman 

Elizabeth Holmes 

Sandra Holmes 

Craig Hoover 

Donna Hopton 



Jane Hospodar 
Kenneth Howe 
James Howell 
James Hraster 
Lynne Hraster 




David Hunnell 
Sandra Hurwitch 



Nicky lafigliola 
Noafi lafigliola 



"And they think we can twirl batons.' 



Thomas Hrivnak Lorelyn Hudec 

Susan Hrnyak Christopher Hulewicz 

Ignaz Huber Colleen Hull 



Sharon Humpal 
Kathleen Humphrey 
Amy Hungerford 





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"Sure it was, Jeff.' 



Mark Jocrium 
Harry Jofinson 
Richard Jofinson 



Douglas Jones 
Jennifer Jones 
Lynne Jones 



Robert Jost 
Steven Journey 
Albert Julian 



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Margret Juratovac Carolann Kahn 





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Toni Kavon 

Martin Kearns 

Nancy Keay 

Kevin Kehres 

Kevin Kelley 



Marc Kellner 

Arlene Kemejak 

Terry Kemerer 

Keith Kempl<e 

Wayne Ketchum 




"Guess what?" "I forgot how to count.' 



Marybeth Keyes Joyce Kikol 

Alan Kidd Gayl Kimberly 



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Carol Kinkelaar Wendy Klein 

Leslie Kinsley Darlene I 

Patricia Kipp Jennifa Klopovic 

Send-Alan-to-Europe Fund. 





Donna Knausz 
Robert Knight 
Janet Knowles 



Mary Kochevar 
Charlene Koci 
Kathleen Kocin 



Georgianna Kohut 

John Komar 

Michael Kotlar 



Maryann Kovacic 

Georglna Kovachich 

Michelle Kovezski 



Stanley Kozel 

Bernard Kozlowski 

Julie Krall 




You keep me hanging on. 



Norman Kramer Russell Kucinski 



Valdis Krebs 



MelanieKuklica 




Virginia Kumel 
Michael Lamont 
Alfred Land 




Betty Ann Lemieux 

Audrey Lemke 

Janice Lesinsky 



Kenneth Lesko 

Blaine Lewis 

Kenneth Lewis 



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Linda Lewis 
Wendy Lick 
Mary Lou Lickert 
Mary Louise Lickert 
Pannela Liddy 



Kurt Lieber 
Kenneth Lipstreuer 
Barbara Lisko 
Nancy Ljubi 
Margaret Logar 



Mildred Lohn 
Bruce Lombard! 
Patrick Lombardo 
Francine Lopez 
Patricia Louch 




Joseph Lovano 

Valerie Love 

Kinner Lovejoy 








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Ty McCun 




Craig McDonough 
Lawrence McFadden 



David McKibben Peter McNeill 

Susan McLaren Patrick McRedmond 



James McVey 
Tom Measles 



Susan Medves 
Christine Mehler 





Robert Mikanovich 



Sandra Miller 
Timothy Miller 



Rebecca Minis 
Marlene Mirtic 



Lou Ann Mishic Marilyn Mitch 

Paul Mistretta Elaine Mog 



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Paul Mohorich 
Stevynne Monroe 
Kenneth Monsman 



Dennis Moore 

Patricia Moore 

Catherine Morabito 



Sharon Morel 

Cindy Motika 

Marsha Mramor 



Jean Mullally 
Stephen Mullen 
Colleen Mullenix 



Susan Mulligan 

Patricia Mulvihill 

Irene Mulvinas 



It's playtime kiddies! 



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Joseph Munici 
Marilyn Murg 
Michael Murphy 
Linda Mustar 
Marilyn Myslinski 



James Naderer 
Richard Nagode 
Darren Nagy 
Darlene Nainiger 
Carol Napp 



James Naro 
Diana Nass 
Howard Nelson 
Michael Nelson 
Gordon Netschke 



A forceful player. 




'She's just camera shy.' 



Dorothy O'Neill Diana Ostberg 

Robert Orlando Cynthia Otcasek 



James Otlows(<i 
Fred Owen 




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Randi Palenschat 
Leslie Pallante 
Laura Palumbo 



John Pana 
Pamela Parsons 
William Pasco 
Joseph Pauer 



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Charisse Pena Marilyn Perovshek 



Michael Perlic 



David Perrotti 



Debra Pestotnik 
Valerie Petrovic 



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John Paul 

Cynthia Pausic 

Stanley Pavelecky 

Robert Pavlovich 



Christopher Payer 

Mark Pecnik 

Peter Pecsok 

Jeanne Pedone 



This finger sure tastes good.' 



David Petscher 



James Pfaff 



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"Seen any good boys lately 



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"3 to 1, not bad odds. 



Tamra Podriznik 

Jacqueline Pograis 

Georgann Polunus 

Irene Ponsart 

Frances Popioiek 



Jack Poshe 

Laura Potocnik 

Susan Potosky 

Mary Jill Potter 

Michael Potts 




Darren Powell 

Kathleen Praskavich 

Craig Prentice 

Debra Prevesk 

Susan Price 



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"Smile for the birdie . . . tweet, tweet." 




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Gayle Primoznl^ 
Paul Prostor 
Robert Puhger 



William Quigney 
Jaye Racich 
Lynn Radabaugh 



Cheryl Radatz 
Thomas Ratferty 
Diane Raggets 



It gives your mouth sex appeal.' 



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Kay Rasmi 
Susan Rechnitze 



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Anna Ruffo 

Christine Rupert Seniors/65 

Mary Rush 




Stephen Schlam David Schmid Charles Schmidt 






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Cathy Shilling Nancy Shi! 



Daniel Shuman Ann Siefert 



Patricia SImeo 
Edward Simklns 
Debra Simpson 







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Steven Sirk Daniel Skedel Jacalyn Skeya William Skupic 




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David Spei 
Robert Spelich 
Joyce Spino 
Joan Springer 
James Srnick 



Jerome Stachursk 
Walter Stalzer 
Nancy Stamberge 
John Stanek 
Leo Stankewicz 



Susan Stoner 
Robin Stratton 




Thomas Stupica 
Hans Stylianou 
Catherine Subel 



Bridget Sullivan 

Michael Summerhill 

Robert Suttle 



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Janine Taylor 

Richard Taylor 

Ricky Taylor 



Sally Taylor 

John Tellch 

Nancy Temple 



Susan Thaeter 
Steven Thayer 
Michael Theil 



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Eugene Theus 
Dennis Thomas 



Kathrine Thomas 
Lmda Thomas 





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Ronald Thompson 
Donald Tianello 
Joyce Tianello 



Ernest Tibjash 
Loretla Tobin 
Penny Tolchinsky 



Sam Tomaselli 
Helen Tomsic 
Mario Tonl<li 



Kenneth Toth 
Joan Toubman 
James Treanor 



"You stooled me up.' 




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John Trebisky Laureen Trotto 

William Troop George Turopolac 



Albert Ulle 
Janet Ulle 



Seniors 



Bottom Row (L to R): Da Boss. 





Bonnie Urbancek 


John Valencic 


Robert Urbancic 


Linda Valencic 


Esther Vaccarlello 


Joseph Valenti 


Deborah Vadnal 


Lucy Vasas 


Frank Vadnal 


Gary Vehar 




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Lynn Weber 
Georgene Welzer 



Kenneth Wells 
John Welsh 



Rosina Wendel 
Cynthia Wendolowski 




Bruce Walker 
Janet Wallace 
Vickie Wallace 



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'Sew, what's new?" 



Carole Wiehn Terrence Wilbraham 

Scott Wightman Kenneth Willert 



John Wendorff 
Thomas Weslee 
Carl White 



Katherine White 
Diane Whitney 
Ben Whittaker 




Shut that door! 




George Yadrich 
Cynthia Yanchar 



Douglas Yandala 
Rhonda Yedlick 




A wrestler's triumph. 




I don't think he knows what he's doing.' 








Janet Zaietel Susan Zentgraf Steven Zimmerman Margaret Zmijewski Stephen Zupko 

Richard Zeman Carol Ziemmer David Zivich Kim Zonneville Diane Zuro 



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Competition. 

A flock of attent observers 

absorbed in the hum 

of anticipation . . . 

A surge of fear and fierceness 

Erupts in a pulsating ONENESS, 

reflecting the determination 

of the individual. 

Speed, 

Accuracy, 

Effort. . . 

A breath of 

Strength 

Rushes from the hidden reserves 

of a pounding potential. 

Inspired by 

a persistent inner will 

that strives for 

the victory of a team . . . 

The conquest of one. 




Football 




Indoor Track 



Cleveland Heights 

Normandy . . . . 

Brush 



Soccer 



. John Marshall 5{ 

. . . Ignatius 3( 

. . St. Joseph 2: 

. . Benedictine 5; 

East 1( 

. Valley Forge . . . . 2< 

. . . . Parma 2! 

. . . . Shaker 2! 

. . Bay Village 2! 

Wins 8 Losses 1 
nd in L.E.L. Invitational 



Wins 4 Losses 6 




Crosscountry 



J. V. Football 




Tennis 



. . . Cleveland Heights . . 

Parma 

Shaker 

Normandy 

Valley Forge 

Lakewood 

Wins 8 Losses 1 

First in L.E.L. 

Third in 

Willoughby South Relays 

Twelfth in Ashland 

Third in 

Cleveland Heights Relayi 

First in District 

Sixth in State 



Cleveland Heights 
, . . . Normandy . . . . 



Cleveland Heights 
. . . Normandy . . . 
Brush 



Shaker 

Garfield Heights 
. . . Westlake . . . 



Second in L.E.L. 



Second in L.E.L. 




Wrestling 



Swimming 



Euclid 

54 University Scho 

46 Berea . . . 

74 Shaw . . . 

61 ... . Cleveland Heigh 

48 Lakewood . 

52 Gilmour . . 



Academy 
Cleveland He! 
. . . Lakewood 



. Midpark . . . 

. Fairview . . . 
ns 14 Losses 2 
First in L.E.L. 
ifth in District 



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Garfield . . . 
is 9 Losse ' 
jrth in L.E._. 
1 in Sectional 
;th in District 
jenth in State 



Euclid Opponent 

35 Berea 60 

71 ... . Cleveland Heights .... 21 

54 Lakewood 41 

72 Gilmour 22 

61 Shaker 3 

68 Brush 2 

62 Western Reserve ..... 33 

Academy 
80 ... . Cleveland Heights .... 12 



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J. V. Wrestling 



Football 



Somewhere — amid the excitement of the crowd 
— a bugle blares. The mass responds, echoing 
"CHARGE!" Strains of ecstatic music from the 
band, in harmony with the crowd's hysteria. The 
blast of the whistle — the rising roar of the 
crowd as the players hammer onto the field. 
Pounding hearts. UMPH! The impact of bodies 
coming together in combat. Striving with every 
muscle, youth and strength gain confidence. 
Dodge. Run. Block. Tackle. A physical and men- 
tal climax, intensified by the reverberating vol- 
ume of the spectators. The victory bell clangs. 





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ieith Berlan, Tom Bauer. George Newton, Don ^ 
game. Bob Jost, Tom Stupica Row 2 Dave Schmid, Pat Lombardo. Jack Smeltz, Bill 5 
ick. Dennis Benvenuto, Mark Glmski, Paul Wirshmg, Row 3: John Langdon, Chns Stanic 
Vernon, John Teiich, Rick Pansi, Ken Mitchell. Row 4: Mike Verpin. Steve Schlam, T 
dortt, Chuck Schmidt, Craig Prentice, Scott Simon, Jeff Hams, Row 5. George Tropol. 



, Chuck Jolly. Jack Poshe. Rick Taylor, Keith Kempke. Steve Blassin 
Sal Dottore, Butch Fisher. Tom McArthur, Frank Babets, Steve Emer 
; Resnik, Tom Muscenti, Mark Groudle, Nick Marino, John Pana, Mikt 
ller, Gene Theus. Bob Foster, Bob Gerbetz, Bill Nemelh, John Wen 
ink Sicurrezza. Hank Zot, Dan Andre, Kirk Will, Dennis Arrieta. Ma'c 



Jewett, Ron St.h, Brian Batista. John Orehek. Larry Strell. Row 6: Luke Wiskes. George Pana. Ron Connly, Gary Higgs, Gary Christensen, Russ Kucinski, Charles 
Bokar, Chns Caimi. Mark Sullivan, Denis Smith, Dan Appicello. Row 7: Gerry Allchin, Augie Schill. Mark Svilar, Chuck Houser. Bob Yozipovich, Dan Mamrack. 
Robert Paskey, Charles Biott. Steve Dritz, Miller Collins. Row 8: Tim Carpenter. Don Kwasny. Pat Donovan. Al Casey, Greg Kozar, Phil Zivich, Paul Lumadue, 
Mike Stansfield. Perry Skoll. 




Soccer 



The underdog sport (backed by a tiny corps of 
staunch, all-weather fans) contrasting football: 
speed, wits, agility in demand. Kick! feet 
scramble, bodies dart forward, lungs burst! 
... a young, driving team, spiced with a twinge 
of foreign flavor . . . Bump! knees snap, heads 
throb, figures collide — Kickingly, they snatch 
up the league title . . . GOAL!! 




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Soccer Bottom Row (L to R) Dwight Yoder, Tom Majoi 
Schneider, Mike Carrulhera. Bruce Reed, Cioyd Hildebrar 
Tom Cooke, Johnny McFadden, Bob Btazunas, Tim Ca 
Proust. Dave Sabo, John Gordos. Kurt Hale Row 5, Coach Bi 



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Mike Balazs, Glenn Richardson. Yves Chabal Ro\ 
er. Jim Kuhrell Row 4 Tom Koustis, Wesley 
. Kuri Lieber. Coach Sattler 




Smash! Muscles strain. Alert. In- 
tense. Ready to pounce — violent 
motion erupts on command. End- 
less battles of instant reaction. In- 
cessantly pounding the court with 
rapid, elaborate patterns of serve, 
return, volley. Powerful swings — 
an extension of a player's mind . . . 
arm . . . hand . . . over the net — con- 
tinuity — integration into a single, 
flowing movement. One careful 
strategy — a single individual's 
skill. 



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Cross Country 



With super speed you attack the two 
mile run. Time, time, time, — Shouts 
of the crowds echo somewhere in the 
back of your mind. Your thoughts are 
numb. Aware, only of the crunching 
of footsteps on a cinder path, the 
rhythmic panting of the runners — the 
continuous sweat. Legs, straining, 
heart pounding, to endure your 
escape ... to a world of the burn- 
ing, fiery desire to win. 




J.V. Cross Country Bottom Row (L to R): Dan Wendorff, Steve Kostreba, John McAuley. 
Jim Nagle, Dave Indiano. Ted Mangosh, Victor Szabo. Row 2: Mil<e Apanase»/icz, Ed Per- 
nell. Bob Klelnknecht, John Dlcl<inson, Jim Lindsay. 



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Homecoming 



Anticipation! Rolling hills of chicken 
wire and skeletoned floats. Decora- 
tion committee meeting; pick up bou- 
tonqiere at Brent's . . . And then 
BINGO! the KICK and TRAMPLE 
FORGE and five glowing, ecstatic 
court members and a tumultuous 
vibration of VICTORY . . . Friday 
Night melts into Saturday, and follow 
the way to Emerald City complete 
with genuine Munchkins, balloons, 
wall to wall couples in rainbows and 
velvet. Midnight. The ephemeral eve- 
ning dissolves to memories. 



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Indoor Track 



The stare of determination . . . LURCH 
over the pole to the cushion of the 
pit! Send the metal sphere flying with 
a grunting effort! Lung full of air — 
exhale! Good! Stride, spring, RUN! 
Leap the row of looming hurdles. 
RUN! Till your rubber knees collapse 
beneath you. Your heart hammers 
your chest, your head is exploding! 
RUN! Pain shoots through your chest, 
shouts pierce the roaring in your 
ears. PUSH! Don't give up! itching 
sweat burns your aching tendons . . . 
Competition — and a proud backslap 
of victory. 



Indoor Track, Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Brockman. Gary Cantin, Ron Tulolo. Bob Volpe. Row 2 
asewisz, Vic Szabo. John Pelsanis. John McAuley. Greg Foskey Row 3 Ted Zawojek, Steve K 
Mangosh, Mike McNeill. Walt Zmiiewski, Mark Jochum, Row 4 Jim Nagle, Pat Ludwa, Doug 
Chrestoff, Bob Kleinknectit. Ken Lewis. Randy Doblar, Rory Selwyn 

Lickert, Art Gold, Tom McArthur, Steve Schlam, Pete Sctiwanke. Phil Lovka. Row 6: Bob Spring 
Wendorff. Dan Williams, Miller Collins, Dan Wendorff. Jett Schaffer, Brian Munson, Barry Mui 
Koius. John Akiba, Bob Gerbetz. Row 7: John Gordos, Roy Pigniteilo, Ed Cook, Tom Kalamas 
Houser. Harry Keller. Dave Davies. Row 8 Rich Day. Steve Kovatch. Wayne Kelchum. Dan Mah 
Handshaw, Keith Berlan, Nabil El Sanadi, Rich Mueller, Bob Day, Not Pictured: Bud Stenroos, Steve 
Steve Schade, Chuck Bokar. Steve Deemer, John Selwyn. Tom Reed- 




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GO! The crash of a ball against a 
backboard. Screams. Cheers. More 
screams. Uniform against uniform — 
an ever-changing pattern. Players 
in a private oblivion and concentra- 
tion — teamwork. Strategy. Defense. 
Rebound. RUN! Streaks of color blur 
into points. Seconds gone. Time out. 
Watch the score. A flash of action. 
Clock stops — time stops. Foul. Syr- 
upy silence slowly crouches — Ripped 
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Seredich, Scott Haworlh, Row 2: John Shilander, Paul Hungerford. Dale Sutton, George Beundge, Jim Ander: 
ner, Tom Blaskovic. Keith HeJnIein. Dave Wade. Kevin Hanna, Gary Kayz. Missing: Bill Potts, Jim Purvis. 



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Carefully planned and decisive move- 
ments — Striving for a perfect dive. 
Endurance, power, dexterity in strain- 
ing, rippling muscles— Strokes syn- 
chronized to insure perfection. Arms 
slice tfie water. The 400 — numbers 
flip, counting the laps. The sound 
and fury of madly-rushing water . . . 
Total release of ENERGY. Sweeping 
turns. TIME — Waves of exhaustion, a 
swamp of emotion . . . Teammates 
shouting wildly, waving towels. In the 
swimmer's mind, the screams of a 
frantic crowd mingle with the sound 
of splashing water and are lost amid 
the fiery desire for Speed. 





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maxis — anything goes! Shrugging 
off the formality in a flurry of snow 
and stars — a Winter Wonderland. A 
dash of Valentine spirit, intensified 
by the pulsating music of three bat- 
tling bands, radiates a warmth for 
ice-bound couples. A kaleidoscope 
background of color melts into an 
undertone of casual originality. 



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"Where's the ball' 



Girls' Sports 



SportsWOMEN! (separate but 
equal!!!) ... a flying flurry of ribbons 
and hockey sticks! Feminine bombs 
of kinetic excitement — bending, 
dashing, pounding. Basketballs slip 
(swish!) through netting, white rubber 
spheres slam over high nets (blam!), 
rackets smack (plop!) tiny fuzzy 
blobs. Dedication, sweat, unending 
drills: carrying a promise of disci- 
plined, flowing grace. Climaxing com- 
petition — ending with rosy-cheeked 
victory or the momentary chill of de- 
feat. 






Girls Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Czachur, Nancy Battisla, Barb Plaga, Sharon Thaeter, Row 2: Beth 

Michelle Barkhurst, Pat Anderson, Sandy Smith. Diane Erne. Row 3: Diane Raggets, Julie Daugherty, Patty Vibbert. Sharon Mori 

Laura Kovacic, Jean Russ. Row 4: Karin Patterson. Janie Williamson, Laura Mooney. Jane Hospodar, 




Boczek. Diane Dvornik, Peggy Seddon. Diane Raggets. Row 2 Diane Erne, Jenna 




DEMICS 




Testing 

the relevance of 

lectures, 

books, 

words 

through individual perspective. 

To find a question, 

an interest 

in the minutes, 

hours, 

weeks 

of classes. 

A teacher — 

reciting to 

expressionless statues 

in a circle of indifference, 

or 

stimulating, 

motivating 

minds. 

Discovering 

the combination, 

inspiration . . . 

Education. 





Rober! Wightman, Assistant Superintendent 




Board of Education 



The field of educafion is resplendent with 
contrasts: contrasts in curriculum, in programs, 
and in activities. These contrasts allow education 
for all, education for life, and education that sat- 
isfies the varied and differing needs and abili- 
ties of each individual. During the past three 
years, Euclid Senior High School has made avail- 
able for all students contrasting opportunities. 
These comprehensive offerings, both curricular 
and co-curricular, allow for individual pursuit. 

As we compare our public school system 
with others, we are appreciative of our Board of 
Education who desires and provides policy lead- 
ing to "Excellent Education in Euclid"; of the 
strong support of our citizens in our community; 
of a dedicated professional staff; and of a con- 
scientious student body whose desire is to im- 
prove our world. 

My personal congratulations to all for a fine 
year, and may you have continued success. 
Spartoco DiBiasio 
Superintendent of Schools 



Dr Spartoco Di Biasio, Supenni 



Acaclemics/123 




There have been many important 
moments in your life as a high school 
student. Some are more memorable, 
more dramatic, and more climactic 
than others. Each school year pre- 
sented a new challenge . . . there 
were new faces, new courses, and 
new goals. All of these experiences, 
in one way or another, have contrib- 
uted to your education and growth. 

You will constantly be faced with 
change and challenge. This is nor- 
mal — the signs of a healthy, pros- 
perous nation. A happy and success- 
ful person is one who thoughtfully 
faces challenge and change with 
courage. He keeps the many influ- 
encing factors in proper perspec- 
tive. 

We extend congratulations and 
wish you well in future years. Our 
concern and interest in you will con- 
tinue. Remember us; visit us when 
you can. We are confident that you 
will plan your future wisely. 

Sincerely, 
Waiter Schwegler 





Mrs. Jean Cox. Counselor 



Mr, David Nichting, Counselor 



Deans and 
Counselors 



Isolated ADMINISTRATION corridor. 
Pastel slips summon apprehensive 
students. A chaos of files, recom- 
mendations, records, cutslips. Col- 
leges scrutinized, jobs investigated; 
guiding, encouraging, formulating 
concerned relationships. The im- 
possible task: facing a mob of 
3,000. 



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IN MEMORIAM 

Harriet Sheats 

1903-1970 




On November 13, 1970, Euclid students and faculty, 
friends and relatives were saddened by the death of a 

..gracious lady. Mrs. Sheats had been with the Euclid 
sctiools for twenty-five years, eleven of which she 
served as Assistant Principal in charge of college ad- 
missions. To the many students she helped in select- 

-<jng a collBQR, Mrs. Sheats was a consfant friend and 



advisor. As an Assistant Princlpa) shegave'of her time 
and energies to counsel each- stutjent v^fho applied \Q 
college; she willingly gave her time to administer co»* 
ege-entrance exams; arvd she always maintaine'd an 
open-door policy for all who went to her of-fice. All 
who knew and associated with Mrs. Sheats will miss 
her counseling, her friendship, and her graciousness. 







Business: Charlotte Beusus 



Business 



Conforming aisles of typewriters and 
keypunches chatter in a secret morse 
code (click! thump!). Whirring, buzz- 
ing, plunking monotonously — com- 
plex machinery devours business in- 
formation, digests it, spews it back 
again. Deciphering pages of squiggly 
shorthand that challenges memory 
and eyesight . . . Breaking into the 
basics of bookkeeping. A discovered 
horizon — new learning environments: 
a voyage to the foreign realm of 9 to 
5 . . . the first cautious steps in prep- 
aration for the final leap. 




Business Bottom Row (L to R): Marsha Rosneck, Eleanor Wiegand, Cart 
Greg Satller, Ron Seymour. Joe Regano, Clayton George. 



Row 2 Ben Sawyer 



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act! HEADL,1NES! Eternal se- 
quences of movement in ideas, peo- 
ple, culture. Ectioes of an inner eyeC ^ 
discerning what is glorious, hateful 
. . . memorable. Expressing a so- 
ciety. Dissect the who and why of 
democracy, sample the satire of Vol- 
taire. Pass the time of day with Aris- 
totle, Shakespeare, or Napoleon. See 
life . . . through the eyes of an an- 
cient Greek or French philosopher. 
Examine, experience, express. File 
for citizenship— of the WORLD! 



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Home Arts 



Castastrophe or masterpiece? . . . Merely a mat- 
ter of interpretation. Basic skills flourish withi re- 
petitive practice. Warm air reveals the mistake 
of burnt cookies — a disappointed shrug, a 
teacher's encouragement, then hopeful anticipa- 
tion for the next batch. Stitching machines clack, 
tongues fly. Another face of these arts: family 
problems, children (how to raise them), budget- 
ing . . . A conglomeration of conflicts to solve. 




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Alone, the whining of machines — Absorbed In his 
own creation. Thoughts and ideas transformed 
into a tangible reality. Raw wood, unhewn metal, 
groaning machines ... a finished product. The 
auto shop — on his back, under a car. Studying, 
listening Intently, searching for Irregularities. 
Fundamental techniques expanded Into useful 
application. Preparation for the future. 




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Physical 
Education 



Shouting voices. Arms reaching, catch- 
ing, learning. Racing, jumping legs. 
A pause in a day of molasses minutes, 
ringing bells, probing voices. Released 
bombs of excitement. Racing for skill, 
jammering for expression. Muscles 
coordinate in spurts of kinetic energy. 



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electronic calliope of keys. Scrutin-' ^- 
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abstracts leading to practical appli- 
cations Analyzing to find the key a 
formula a pattern of logic 



Mathematics (L to R): Jacqueline Toth, Dale Thompson, Margaret Uhry 

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(L to R): Dick Rose, Fred Sallach. 



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Music 



A sound of education apart from the maze of 
machines, typewriters, lectures. A jumble of noises 
unravels at the raising of a baton. Filling the void 
of silence with a new vibration — a vocal or instru- 
mental interpretation. Take your pick of endless 
variations— from the straightforward meter of a 
Bach fugue to the throbbing syncopation of hard 
rock. A flirtation with freedom of individual ex- 
pression within the boundaries of a manuscript- 
communication in an international language. 
Tone, Volume, Rhythm, Expression . . . develop- 
ing a polished art from its raw elements. 



Art 



Art IS the world! (illusion enmeshed 
in REALITY). Not merely life copied, 
but life INTERPRETED— in a studied 
melange of perspective, design, limit- 
less media. The artist-translator's 
communicative tools: eager hands, 
soaring imagination, freedom tem- 
pered with discipline. ART — brash or 
intriguing or placid or subtly disarm- 
ing—implants herself on the mind's 
eye! 



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Occupational 
Education 



The relaxed, easy pace of freely- 
flowing ideas, self-expression in a 
curriculum adjusted to particular 
needs. Equations unwind, verbs sep- 
arate ... a conclusion is reached. 
The drive of Enthusiasm and Deter- 
mination strengthen skill. Pursuing 
individual talent— developing poten- 
tial for a career, a future. 



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A silent army. A complicated collec- 
tion of gears working in precise, 
practiced order. Nearly invisible 
forces in a neatly-interlocking puz- 
zle. Perpetuation of the cycle of 
school life . . . Attention. Inspection. 
Organization . . . the wheels turn, the 
machine moves. 



Nurses (L 10 R) Ester Vacca 




Cafeteria Stall Bottom Row (L to R): Eh 
Giller, Carol McDunough. Kathenne Baue 
Tavenier. Catherine Wirshmg. Sadie Tayloi 
weidt, Eleanor Dobekar, Mildred Somerak. Barba 



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To belong — 

Finding a new direction 

of education. 

Discovering a 

common interest 

in a diverse conglomeration 

of individuals — 

A union of 

minds, 

effort, 

inspiration. 

Elusive Creativity captured 

and channeled toward 

a project, 

discovery. 
Sharing the many facets 
of YOU. 




A.F.S. 



PEOPLE (White, black, purple) and IDEAS! Vital, 
relevant ideas — like brotherhood, sharing, world 
understanding — sprinkled with international 
cuisine, a soccer banquet and caroling. Financing 
travel costs for two enthusiastic, continent-hopp- 
ing exchange students (a monstrous monetary 
task) demands two babbling foreign flicks and 
the "not-so-original-but-profitable" carwashes. 
Taste Italy and Austria this year, brought to you 
by unselfish concern and an unglamorous, nitty- 
gritty basic — work! Join AFS and see the world! 
. . . and maybe even plant a little peace. 





The Agnoletios, It. 
R) Alberto Fonia 
Signora Agnolelto. 



R) Paola Agnoletto. Emanuela Agnolello, Janet Knowtes. 




field Service Bottom Row (L 
Sue Nash, Yokiko Tokunaga, Lotus Wong, Row 2 De 
Madden. Cmdy Bauer, flow 3, Jenniler Bates. Naz H 
leenn Boyle. Kay Rasmussen Row A Janet Knowie; 
Kathi Balistern. Polly Tuckerman Row 5 Laune Snydi 
Geib, Rich Homar. Jrnn Otiowski. 



Jechnick. Carmen Edelbergs. Cathy Blatn 
Fred Heintz, Kathe Workman, Sue Bau 
:htield. Susanne Molkentin, Taree Rothroc 




Standing: Randy Jameson, 



Astronomy Club Seated 



Ad Club 



Punching passes, stamping hands, 
amassing tickets. Ad Club handles 
$$ (green and crisp or jingling) for 
athletic happenings. Easy-going 
salesmen coax good-naturedly (armed 
with smiles and wiles)— SELL, SELL, 
PROVIDE, PROVIDE! 



Astronomy Club 



"When the moon is in the seventh 
house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars 
..." Stargazers wonder at the mi- 
gration of heavens. A unique tool: a 
miniature reflection of the firmament, 
a constellation-filled sky for study. 
Incomprehensible— the unfathom- 
able distances, the immense sizes, 
the magnificent marble game in the 
sky. 





Aviation Club 



Up, up, and away! and there you are, 
soaring, engulfed in blue nothing- 
ness. Stomachs knot, breathless en- 
thusiasm rises into an ecstatic roller- 
coaster scream— "We're up!" 
Touching tiny wisps of cotton candy 
clouds, maneuvering the agile metal 
bird. A surge of glorious, overwhelm- 
ing "wow" magnificence. Uninhibited, 
unadulterated freedom — man and his 
eternal dream for wings. 




Camera Club 



Halting time for a brief second . . . 
Capturing a perfect scene. Experience 
re-lived. The camera traps a smile, 
expresses an emotion, shouts a so- 
cial comment, blurrrr— FOCUS! An 
angle can make the difference. Ex- 
perimenting—altering Perspective, 
Contrast. The Darkroom: a meta- 
morphosis — Images emerge from a 
roll of featureless, grey film . . . Re- 
flections of man, nature, LIFE. 




Perovshek, Caplain 



"Give me an E!" Amidst the blur of 
the crowd, a squad of spirited voices 
chant — the students echo "E!" Shak- 
ers shimmer— "U!" Pride reflects in 
enthusiastic cheers — "C!" Nerves 
tense — "L!" Excitement builds — "I!" 
Anticipation of victory — "D!" Com- 
petition envelopes the crowd, ex- 
ploding in EUCLID! 



156/ Activities 



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Class 
Officers 



A quartet of dynamic leaders, cata- 
lysts of class spirit. Underlying the 
glory of their positions are promises 
of endless, toilsome organization — 
shouldering, alone, the responsi- 
bilities of class functions. Laughs, 
balloons, essential funds. Powder 
Puff Football — these accentuate the 
diverse aspects of cabinet members. 
Headaches and satisfaction: products 
of their involvement. 





C. 0- E. Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Wolf, Janet Wilsc 
kovich. Linda Petro. Joyce Kikol. Sharon Setnik. Row 3. 
Auley. flow 4: Jean Luksic, Barb Bolden, Jan Wallace. 
Gales. 



icki Gephart. Diana Mass. Row 2: K; 
e Petrovic. Terri Sirak, Alice Benko 
Frank. Row 5; Pat Bozak, Bonnie . 



Chess Club 



Climb into the time machine, and 
travel backwards. Picture a medieval 
battle. Pious bishops, weakling 
pawns, fearless knights, gloomy cas- 
tles . . . docile King and the nagging, 
overbearing Queen included. Two 
kingdoms (arch enemies) in a feudal 
conflict, waging war on a peculiar, 
checkerboard landscape. Cunning, 
brilliant maneuvers peppered with in- 
tent, gaping silences. Strategy I vs. 
Strategy II, labored . . . till the ex- 
ultant exclamation— CHECKMATE! 




Receptionist, Secretary, Office work- 
er .. . preparation for a future in 
business. A test of skills — typing, 
shorthand, bookkeeping — in a REAL 
situation. An elite group in active par- 
cipation in the business world . . . 
Education in Experience. 




are Guild Bottom Row (L to R): Maleae Kunlla. Debbie Leiand. Cindy 
ler, Maureen Centa. Nancy Foley, Alice Swartz. Mark Batista. Row 2 Libert< 
Rick Brown. John Reese, Sharon Saile. John Cassese, 
Jim Cika, Curl Hale, Steve Bukovae. Tom Kordich, Amy Hungertord. Jim Schwmacher, Rhon 
Polly Row 4 Dave Sinclair Steve Zepko. Cathy Humphrey, Harry Jeffries. Row 5 John Paul. 



Euclid 
Theatre Guild 



The intricate theatrical microcosm. 
Thespians reap raving applause — 
the silent controllers remain unknown. 
Lights! Shared labor strengthens 
camaraderie. Hang loose! Spurts of 
creativity excite a jeaned, T-shirted 
tribe of flat painters. Deft fingers 
smear on garish grease paint, guilds- 
men disperse tickets. Bruised, black- 
sheathed, silent scene-movers . . . 
The "family" completes the complex 
jigsaw of dramatic perfection. 



E-Room 



Friends, relaxation, and music — a 
brief retreat from boxed-in rooms, 
pressuring teachers, tests. Groups 
communicating experiences, emo- 
tions, smiles. Moods find their cor- 
ners — Individuals momentarily ab- 
sorbed in their own thoughts. A 
private world — a mental pause. 




'•mull. 




R)- Marcy Cowan. Lon Vozel, Janie Cowan, Laura PlaskiO- Row \ 

Smith. Sue Maxwell, Cindy Bauer, Annette Jakse, Amy Gohr, Colleen Doyle 

Potosky. Meg Cox. Jim Otiowski, Kathy Blatnik. Jennifer Forker How 4: Ro 



Kids for Earth 



Pollution Is not healthy for humans 
and other living things but — Where 
do we start? Where can we go from 
here? A small but effective army of 
DOERS, realizing the responsibility 
of a citizen to get involved. Illuminat- 
ing mistakes, offering a beginning 
to a solution . . . Youth Power 
marching for legislation, awakening 
P.A. announcements with personal 
guidelines. Working Actively — for the 
preservation of US. 



D.E.C.A. 



Distributive Education Club of Amer- 
ica—on-the-spot experience towards 
a business future. A labyrinth of com- 
plexities within the free-enterprise 
system— picked apart, presented un- 
derstandably. Learning the value of 
honest relationships and coopera- 
tion between boss and employees 
(vital for a productive job situation). 
Daring the business world . . . trac- 
ing the pathways to success. 




D.E.C./I. Bottom R. 
Mary Schilero. Chi 
Stanton, Diane Gort 



(L to R): Dean Fennel. Rickey Williams. Jess Saba. Terry Wilbranam 
Rupert. Nancy Stamberger, Wendy Klein. Dawn Sleeves. Kris Rupen 
. Debbie Cutshall. Rick Acquilano. Cheryl Salelel, Jim Novakovich 



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G.L. C. 



Line Up! Immaculate white shorts 
and a shrieking whistle — the sole 
weapons against a reluctant gym 
class. Organization and cooperation 
(in a mere half hour of class) is mir- 
aculously achieved in a pattern of 
semi-synchronized exercises, devel- 
opment of skills and games, "Reffed" 
and demonstrated by fearless Lead- 





Diane Zuro, Vice-President 



Girts Leaders Club Bottom Row (L to Rj Diane Zuro Marsha Mramor. Shelly Lane. Jane Hospodar. Pal 
Sterling Row 2: Leslie DAnna. Carol Napp, Cory Lovsin, Helen Talty, Pat Andrews, Row 3: Diane Rag- 
getts, Bobbie Fillik, Nancy Laser. Marilyn Perovshek, Joyce Spino. Cindy Elmore, Row 4: Karol Martin. 
Beth Johnston, Carol Weiss. Ann Clark. Jennifer Bates, Patti Chinmci. Nancy Tomko, Row 5 Karen Guen- 
ther. Ban Thomas, Kalhy Tarantino, Pat Sylte, Michete Barkhurst. Sandy Smith. Marcia Lobas. Mrs. Fox. 



162/Activllies 




Foremen's Club 



Firm, competent, familiar liands, en- 
twined in indifferent machines, dem- 
onstrate industrial skills. Foremen, 
evolved to leadership, advise and 
aid above noisy whirrings, gratings, 
punchings. Adept, responsible, com- 
manding the brainless equipment, 
assuring fellow pupils of rigorously 
acquired skill. 



F.B.L.A. 



A headstart in the world of business. 
Opportunity, Competition, Satisfaction. 
Future business students take a hard 
look at reality ... A bridge spanning 
the gap between classroom activities 
and actual business. Typing, Book- 
keeping, and Shorthand — these are 
the tools. F.B.L.A. is the transition. 




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r. Kathy 


Helmic 


. Betty Bowers 




Crnko 


Karen Belavich, 


Ron Sand 


fer, Mary Ann Babic. 







d, Paulette 


DiScenzo, Anne Sleep 


er Linda Zakrajsek Laura 


Donna Wo 


f, Louise Gam Debbie 


Tonkin Patt, Sny 


der Row 


inia. Pall. 


Louch Row 4 Peggy 


Juralovac Diane 


Myslink, 


at Row 5 


Al Jiiek, Sue Rose, Thea Syroka, Cindy 


Barbish, 




Hockey Club 



"Go, Smeltz! Come on, Sharpe! Take 
it away, Wallace!" Power Plays — 
whirling hulks of massive energy, 
command the ice in a flash of color. 
Assists, hat tricks, turns . . . weav- 
ing in a lightning burst of action, 
speed. "Defense! Defense!" Spon- 
taneous fights erupt in the spark of 
tense, grim determination . . . Piles 
of punching, fierce limbs . . . the 
bracing taste of victory on ice. 




'••uull. 




Future Teachers of America Bottom Row (L to R): Denrse Karrer. Janice Baui 
Rohike, Sue Katz. Jennifer Bates, Debbie Yandala, Cathy Fasham. Nancy Haller 
Chris Humphrey, Debbie Leland, Dmene Smith, Row 2: Elaine Meg, Mary Mann 
Rothrock, Linda Strobel, Ins Onions, Caria Strunk, Robbie Rotar, Pam Panlages 
Cathy Eidnier, Donna Pastanic. Row 3: Kathi Baiistern, Nancy Laser, Sharon fvl 
Paula Bard, Lmda Paropat, Linda Harrell, JoAnne Rupsic, Betty Taylor, Terry H. 
Downer, Joanne Baldassarre. Row 4. Shelly Lane, Louise Sabol, Ann Elliott, Je 
ceri, Marsha Mramor, Mary Ann Zupancic, Kay Rasmusen, Mary 
Puz, Patti Anderson, Nancy Baume Row 5: Barb Brennan, Anr 
gode, Jamie Savann, Rjchard Keay, Diana Karol, David Saywel 
Pamela Cromng, Jean Eddy, Lmda Brunnett. 



1, Pat Chinnici. Kathy Soltis. Nancy 
ann, Peggy St Clair, Diane Dvornik. 
Tore, Nancy Rose, Judy Basa, Taree 

Lewis, Nancy Temple, Alice Sweet 

Debbie Skerly, JoAnne Kuebler. Sue 

Plescia, Darlene Yeray, Joyce Tuc 

Mary Ann Rozum, Janet Battung, Debbie Tavenier. Laura Plesko, Sue Trunkely. Lans 

Ryavec. Laurel Snyder. Barb Lisho, Tern Gibbons, Leslie Sherman. Pat Simeo. Richard Na 

j Teloeken. John Cassese, Stevie Monroe, Janie Calhcarl, Barb Ginmont. Suzanne Maxwell 



Nancy 


Keck, Br 


getla DiToma 


so, Bev Ce 


rginia 


ewis. Debbie Faunce, 


Linda Sche 


oyce Ann Spino 


Jean Reinw 


aid. Cindy E 


na Mat 


uch, Joan 


Zaja. Judy S 


okell. Beth 


Jack 


e Poegra 


s, Melissa C 


armany. Car 


Chris 


Henry, W 


arcia Lobas, 


Cathy Kenik 


Mclnl 


re. Linda 


Spears. Kar 


n Rust, Car 




F.T.A. 



Education — America loses when It 
falls. Looking forward, F.T.A. unifies 
those who contemplate a teaching 
career. Observation Day: a time to 
study the TEACHER versus STUDENT 
dilemma — how to win the blackboard 
battle. Points and patience reward 
tutoring sessions. Potential professors 
disect and absorb dynamic teaching 
techniques, and ponder the pros and 
cons of entrance Into the mushroom- 
ing academic organism. 



Friendship 
Y-Teens 



Sparkling eruptions of laugtiter. Slivers of fun. 
Opening arms to unfamiliar faces, constructing 
and strengthening friendships, discovering PEO- 
PLE POWER! Giggling, teasing, contemplating, 
in a celebration of young emotions, a here to feel 
good in, a when to remember and smile. Space 
enough, still, to spread caring outwards: con- 
tributing to the World Fellowship Fund, backing a 
Bake Sale and a dance. A mirror of youthful 
ideals, reflections of a developing, feeling in- 
dividual. 





Friendship Y-Teens Bottom Row (L to Rj: Anne Wutchutt, Laurie Jokela. Christine Bates, Chris Medlen. Chris 
Simpson. Row 2 Marianne Tomala, Joyce Tucerri, Elaine Bronaka, Joyce Tianello. Nancy Halter. Row 3 Cathy 
Whitney. Marilyn Cup, Virginia Lewis. Row 4 Paula Bard. Kalhy While. Cindy Barbish, Ann Bronaka, Ann Siel 
Janle Cathcart 



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Weight Lifting 
Club 



Experimental, popular, intense dis- 
cipline for the determined. Pounds, 
(feeling like tons) gripped, painfully 
lifted — muscles bulge, strain, con- 
strict—finally, a bar raised trium- 
phiantly above tfie fiead. A face 
wrenched in exquisite agony — 
flushed, dripping, squeezed eyes and 
clenched teeth. Self-discipline, self- 
competition; building, developing, en- 
during. 





"Happy birthday, dear Ludwig!"— A 
purely Beethoven concert "tunes in" 
the premier activity. Small, select, 
Euclid's arty answer to her notorious 
science-sports syndrome. Cultural 
happenings are in focus, perking up 
the hum-drum existence of sterile 
academia. Not quite a club — more 
accurately, a bright, challenged, bus- 
hopping (but loosely-woven) group, 
digging into this city's arts-world. 



Braille Club 



To be young, gifted, and blind. In a 
world devoid of colors, patterns, lights, 
(dot dot -) a peculiar morse code 
emerges (dot - dot), a miracle to 
reveal the magic of words to the sight- 
less. Tiny patterned bumps prick the 
page, interpreted by flying fingertips. 
Braille Club — a challenge to see 
without eyes, read without printed 
characters, and learn with others who 
cannot "watch" the world. 




Key Club 



Key Club Seated Mr 


Burns Roi* ) 


Kevin Bra 


in Kim 


Selway Mar 




rnilli 


Ron Kit 


lelsrud 


Fred 


Erharl. 


Dave Sechni 


ck Gregg Podnar Row 


2 Mike Ml 


irphy J 


im Schmacke 


r Bill 


Kuebler Tom 


Meyer 


Dave 


Wade. 


Rick Woiick 


Gary K 


»z Row 3 T 


Dm Tarantini 


3 Greg 


Lyman Art 


Gold. 


Bob 


Schulle. 


Chick 


Carrol 


, Mike 


Kogan, Tom 


Rafferty 


Row 4 Doug 


Rebeck Ker 


.1 Daibe 


ir. Eric Rasm 


ussen. 


Dale 


Hacker. 


Dave : 


Sinclai 


r. Gary 


Horval. Johr 


1 Gordos 


Row 5 Blair 


Jordan. Lar 


ry Trenr 


lel, Terry Fo 


X. Miki 


a Per 


ho. Jell 


Hoedt, 


Bill Gabriel. 


Dan Shuman 


Row 6: Scolt Wightman, 


Walt Stalzer, 


Jim Purvis, 
















Honest concern. An effort to get IN- 
VOLVED (plunge in!) A m-o-v-l-n-g 
part of tfie Euclid microcosm: Sum- 
mer dances, parties, a teen center — 
ACTION! The circle broadens to in- 
clude the working community — hos- 
pital decorations . . . P.T.A. sale . . . 
cultural fair. Key Club men: UN- 
static, UN-lifeless, acting, organ- 
izing, ET CETERA ... the endless 
applications of Key Club . . . 




Keeper of the Keys 



Ollicers Seat, 



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Girls Athle 


c Associali 


jn SoHom flow 


R 10 R IL U R, M,.,. 




u.ill.i Sharon 


Pi.rrl.in 


DMtib, '...- . ■ :■ , 




>,nik 


Diane Zuro 


Debbie Faunce. Belly Taylor. 


Sue Edelm 


n, Sheryl Tolchinsky, Marcia 


Cowan, Sue Pallield 


Jan 


Turley Kar 


=n Bucc 


li, Mary MarDsi, Jan 


tiKe 


Oerg 


Sue Haslego. Sharon Katz. Linda Wise. 


Denene Sm 


th, Cathie Cnlley Ho». 2; Bo 


nnie Petrov.ch. Cindy 


Baue 


Debbie Perkins. Nar 


CI Ferrazza. Linda Br 


unetl, 


Mary 


Ann Harwo 


d. Barb Piaga. Carol Stepien. 


Cathy Eidln 


ler, Debbie 


Yandala. Dawn \ 


dorgan. Bngelta DiTo 


maso. 


Patti Chinnic 


1. Maria 


Mazar. Chan Pena, 


Chris 


Schu 


tz. Mickey 


Dobray. Barb Czachur, Donna 


Nyman, Mary Ann Hozl 


m. Row 3 Debb 


e Harbsl. Robin Rota 


Bee 


ky Gonso. K 


ren Bovi 


man, Pam Panlages. 


Dian 


Dina 


Matuch. Te 


n Gibbons. Joan Zaic Karen 


Rusl. Jean 


Russ, Janet 


Reaves. Shelley 


Wirtic. Linda Schaser. 


Holly 


Resnik. Lucy 


Kernz. 


_ois Sabol. Judy Sokell, Pa 


t Law 


rence. Grac 


e Hommel. June Thiesse. flow 


4: Marcia 


\Jemeth, De 




y Tuckerman. Cheryl 


Dill 


MaryMarianne 


Stermol 


e. Sharon Reset. Joy 


ce Ka 


pusi, 


Lynn Lulkart, Palli Pelscher. Lynn Baizil. 




blonski. Sue 


Keefe. Melinda 


Lloyd. Reenie Hanna 


Gay 


e Cocker, Gocker Go 


ckel, Sandy Leovich 


Jan 


Malon 


ey, Laurie 


rane. How 5. Jane Hospodat. 


Sharon Mo 


el. Lisa Ha 


ris. Nancy Nicho 


s. Mary Marino, Chr 




tincic, Cathy 


Paiilaus 


as. Sue Dowhan, Ka 


hy C 


mioh 


Cathy Ken 


k. Jan Kastehc. Carol Weiss. 


Sue Downe 


. Joanne Kuebler. Debbie Smerke. Carol Wiehn, Lore 


ynn H 


dec. Pal Sime 


0, Ardith 


Soeder, Beth Johnslo 


n. Joy 


e Tu 


ceri 





G.A.A. 



Escape from a hectic, detail-mem- 
orizing, concept-learning day. Femi- 
nine figures in atfiletic motions — the 
heated competition of a basketball 
tournament, a delicate balance on 
the parallel bars, endless attempts 
at a back flip. The spirit of participa- 
tion overshadows measures of ex- 
cellence. Athletic-social — compan- 
ionship . . . finding relaxation in ac- 
tivity. 



Corresponding Secretary Thea Syroka 





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Girls 


Atfi/el 


c Ass 




L to R): Jackie Pogra.s, 


Donna Pest 


nik. Terr 


Steinlurth 


, Jan Sbro 


ceo, Ann Clark, C 


ndy Dula 


. Lynn 


Jones, Diane 


Raggetts, ^1 














.autter. Ml 


tielle Ulle, 


Debbie 


vlay. Nancy 


Battista, 


=atti Anderson, Lo 


uise Gan 


Gerri 


Donovan, Ka 


hy Soms : 


Gail McCle 


land- 


Row 2: Jan 


Baskovic, 




, Patty Ke 


mpert. Kare 


n Sylle, 


Kathy Crit 


chfield. Ma 




ns, Nanc 




Linda Porop 


at, Sheo-I 




Nan 








Diane Wh 


tney, Jami 


Cathcart, 


Dons Dun 


bar. Maria 


Mayor, Ctieri Pen 


a. Ctiris 


achultz 


Vivian Goerty, Row 3: |||| 


Sandy 


Smi 




ne Erne, Les 


le DAnna, Laura Moo 


ey Aldon 


Narusas. 


Judi Lus 


hin, Linda 


Brod, Rae 


Lynn Cebul, Barb Brenna 






ne Stine. 






osky 








Dl Yehl M 


arsha Dole 


Debb.e 


Tolley, K 


athy Balist 


=rn, Linda Sesti, 


Debbie H 


enderst- 


01. Row 4: J 


enna Mc- 


Intyre 


Ann 


Ellio 


t, Li2 Lehman 


Ellen B 


del. Jennifer 


Bates. Dia 


e Van Sic 


Ann W 


tchett, Roberta Fillik 


Debbie Picciano 


Jean Mu 


tally. ^ 


darilyn Green 


«ald. Sue 1 




Rhar 


on Rl 


ass, Diane Ph 


llips. Do 


na Barnes. L 




an, Ivlary A 


nn Niem 


2ura, Belt 


na DeCap 


e, Nancy Baume, 


Darlene 


Nainige 


Row 5: Jar 














Tesner, Nancy 


Rotlike, J 


anne Urba 


cic, Line 


a Schaser 


Sue Katz 


Cindy Ream, Su 


Molken 


n, Ann 




, 


Sopko 


. Thea Syroka. Nancy Nets 


chke, Kar 


n Patlerson, Ja 


neW.lliam 


on, Debbie 


Rich.Dia 


ne Trebisky 


, Jeannie K 




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Activities/171 



I.Q.S. 



A crowded room united in expectant 
silence. The clearing of a throat. 
Words of warmth, memory, and con- 
gratulations. A commendation for 
tedious work, frustrating brain-storm- 
ing, elusive inspiration . . . first steps 
toward skill and polish in journalistic 
efforts. A lighted candle, a significant 
gold pin, outward symbols of appre- 
ciation and honor. Then . . . back to 
work! A new issue of the Survey, a 
Euclidian awaiting 
yet unborn Eucuyo 



Somers. Row 5: Steve Zupko. 




al touches, the EucUdian Business 1 0. S- Bottom Row (L to R): Rhonda Maim, Lorraine Kain. 
Jennifer Bates, Sue Katz. Stevie Monroe, Patti Beclier. Row 3: Jim Beckerl, Col 
Karen Belavicti, Ernie Tibyash, Doug Behrends, Diane Zuro. 


Donna Pestotonik. Row 
een Boyle, Jaclie Pogra 


Bottom Row (L to R): Wendy Lick. Marstia Mramor, Janie Cowan. Row 2; Jan Kastelic. Amie Balale, Grace Hu 
w 3: Nancy Elze. Meg Cox, Janet Knowles. flow 4: Tomasma Stephon, Jane Hospodar. Pal Sylte, Scott Willia 


nmel. Janme Berry. Sue 
mson, John Paul. Scott 





Paul Schutt Row 




Survey Editorial I. Q. S. Bottom Row (L lo R): Craig McGitl, Bill Fergus, Dave Nolan, Fred Heintz, M, 
Kehres. flow 2: Gail Arnold, Kitty Knox, Kathy Bareleigh. Joan Oliver, Jeanette Barbish, Iris Omons 
Sechnick. John Baglione. Mary Anne Zupancic. 

Survey Business I. 0. S. Bottom Row (L to R): Ron Faiken, Kenn Willert Row 2 Pat Bozak, Gil P 
Pat Anderson, Joyce TIanello. Row 3: Debby Bowlins, Amy Drotletf, Peggy ODonnel, Jean Pedon 




Lighting Crew 



The intricate backstage performance 
begins. Day after day rehearsals 
woven by concentration into the heart 
of a fine or fallible show. Pre-per- 
formance hassle — curtains rigged, 
stage changes memorized. An in- 
habited auditorium creates a jangle of 
nerves — CUES! Sustained on orange 
juice and aspirin and . . . "Switch on 
YELLOW!" "Pull the curtain, you 
idiots" — and the show is on. 



Lettermen's 
Club 



Behind a flashing "E" proudly stitched 
to the sweater, jaunting down the 
hall — an athlete, a manager, a 
sports AV man. Small but significant 
— honoring the sweat, worry, depend- 
ability it took to succeed. Enduring 
the self-discipline of participation, 
hours of exhausting practice, sacri- 
ficed time — finding reward in recogni- 
tion, accomplishment . . . Each a 
part of the teams that are Euclid. 





Letlermen Bottom Row (L 
McGill, Doug Barry, Tom B 
Mark Resnik, Charles Schm 



or. Ken Lewis. Don Kwasny. Randy Doblar. Micha 


el Murphy, Row 2: John Pana. Craig 


agofle, Mark Jocfium Row 3 John Orehek, Denn 


s Benvenulo, All Kidd. Tom Slupica, 


hull. Mail Medevic, Sieve Blass.ngame, Jell Harr.s 


Rick Bendure How 5 Frank Babels, 








Medical Careers C(o6 Bottom Roiv IL 


to R): Joyce 


lene Jablonski Lydia Davidson Gerry 


Donovan, Sue 


Hsu Linda Kirchner Karen Twoey K 


ren Sbrocco, h 


Knaus. Denise Lamm. Mark Battista. W 


ary Jo Hrastar 


Steinfurth, Stevie Monroe, Bob Baker, 


Donna Pestoln 


lene, Maryann Zupancic. Debbie Pestotn 


k, Sandy Frohli 



Pa! Kirchner, Sue Trunkely, Marian Devney, Sue Keefe. Melinda Lloyd. Mar- 
flow 2: Cheryl Brodenck, Robin Fisher, Debbie Harbst. Janine Taylor, Marlin 
amioh Row 3: Terry Henry, Jean Eddy, Micheie Young, John Cassese, Kathy 
/nn Cebul Row 4 Laurie Tanner Lana Puz Chris Henry. Nancy Nichels. Terri 
le Yehi, Linda Anderson Karen Gueniher Row 5 Sue Trunkley, Charles Wick- 
' Knox, Judi Lushin, Cathy Centa Susanne Molkenten. Linda Thomas. 




M.C.C, 



Experience guides the exhuberant 
novice. Passing inquisitively through 
an endless expanse of antiseptic 
corridors . . . Avi^are of continuous, 
purposeful movement of nurses, doc- 
tors. An organization to evaluate a 
field of life-help. Learning the inside 
story — Probing beneath the initial 
impressions to examine the interior 
efforts. A career? — medicine, social 
work . . . maybe even saving a life. 



Metal 



j^ Sculpture 



One innovative artist, goggled, and 
armed with a hissing blow torch, 
plunging into a seldom-explored 
medium! Sheet metal shivers, ripples, 
tarnishes, divides. A curved, multi- 
textured butterfly emerges. Glowing 
infernos bake copper enamel pow- 
der to glassiness. Hands and tools 
merge, creating fantastically adven- 
turesome metal concoctions. 



Legs. Kick! HIGHER! Spinning, Shin- 
ing batons capture silvery icicles of 
reflected light. Blurs of glittering uni- 
forms move in synchronized, rhyth- 
mic patterns. Persistence and vitality 
merge, victorious over hat-snatching 
winds and spirit-dampening rain. Cre- 
ating and conditioning culminate in 
a successful performance. 



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Senior Meiorelles (L to R): Sue Strizzi, Pal Sterling. Kathy Wa|ahn. 



Activifies/177 



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Movie Club 



Seeing is believing . . . and within 
tangling reels and minute frames 
a new, two-dimensional reality 
emerges. Classrooms watch a mute, 
white screen explode into vibrating 
sound and color. Chalkboards and 
lectures recede — Abstract ideas ma- 
terialize and become visibly under- 
standable. Masters of audio visual 
mechanics race between classrooms 
and the A.V. office. Members respond 
as an urgent plea is received — "I 
need a projector in a hurry," or "How 
do you run this contraption?" A 
Sight Show— an innovation in visual 
sensation . . . sight communica- 
tion. 



P.A. 



In public life "public address," in 
private occupation a varied group of 
tastes and skills ultimately one . . . 
a team. Working efficiently, easily 
with sound equipment — concerned 
with effect, and striving for a pro- 
fessional approach. Sacrificing time 
for responsibility and pressure, these 
workers are the unsung heroes of 
daily announcements, backstage per- 
formances, and sports events. 








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Kur 


Barltord, 


Jim Bag 


Hone. 


Row 


2. jay S 


one, Jack Wagner. 


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a. Kathy Humphrey. Jerome 


Was 


sil, Beverly Versallino, 


Cathy 


Ce 


r, fio* 3 


Doug Barry 


Beth 


Cunn 


ngham 


Jim Beckert. Row 4: 


Douq 


Behrends 


Fred Lan 


d, Ron 


Kilties 


ud. 


Dave Kos 




Harry 


Je!(r 


es. era 


g McGill, Greg Podnar. 























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Pep Band wails out. 



Pep Band 




A week of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms . . .then — on 
the count of 4 — CHICAGO (sans director) interrupts 
the steady buzz of noise in pacl<ed bleachers. A 
spirited interlude, backed by hours of after school 
practice. Finding the right music — slight alter- 
ations in arrangement ... an occasional improvi- 
sation. The Fight Song, a majorette dance, the 
Alma Mater. An original, do-it-yourself, anti- 
apathy machine. 





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Pink Panthers Seated (L to fl): Cathy Fasham, Chris Urgeleil, Joy Rolh, Kathy Cam 
Kalhi BaMslern. Cathy Shilling. Standing: Mary Ann Humar, Helen VIsek Lynn Scheirr 
Terri Wardeiner. Nan Alaburda. Louise Gant, Tern Sleinfurth. Pam Kaneen, Laune Lusiic 




Pink 
Panthers 



20 yards to go! Line up— pass — RUN! 
The opposition grabs a jersey! R-l-l-l- 
P . . . Euclid breaks away— TOUCH- 
DOWN!! Triumph — complete with 
mangled uniforms. Now the Pink Pan- 
thers (armed with pins, thread, clat- 
tering sewing machines) steal the 
show. Basting the garb of a winning 
team . . . vital stitches of Panther 
Power. 



N.F.L 



Silently creeping in — Saturday morn- 
ing jitters. Prepared with experience 
and the ability to recall rapidly es- 
sential facts, he faces the judges. He 
remembers fragments of advice. 
Trembling voice becomes stronger, 
modulated, confident. Words, familiar, 
resound in the quiet room. Emphatic 
words, learned, memorized In long 
hours of practice. Debate, competition 
. . . Lessons in the art of communica- 
tion. 




Band and 
Orchestra 



Baaaand— forward march! One-two- 
three-FOUR! Unfittable uniforms, dog- 
earned "Bibles", utterly IMPOSSIBLE 
precision drills — "Mr. Taddeo, this 
stick figure has a flat head!" — then, 
(too soon) comes "Wednesday morn- 
ing 8 a.m.," jolting petrified sopho- 
mores (and faintly terrified upper- 
classmen) into Mr. Harper's torture 
game— Euclid Roulette . . . Football 
season "Fever" fades, senior wed- 
ding cake crumbles, snarling band 
sergeants cease yelling "Pick Up 
Your Feet'" With concert season, the 
frenzied dm and clamor hushes — 
now — a controlled, polished 




Orchestra Bottom Row (L to R) Kevin Kehres Paul Hungerford Blaine 
Lewis. Fred Land Row 2 Mary Geib Dale Kane Bob Day Gary Ratz 
Karia Mucci. Row 3 Debbie Vadnal Judy Kehres Ron Emser Ted Crawford 
Row 5: Larry Trennel- 



Orchestra Bottom Row 




vibrancy. The new magic word? the 
rOund tOne. Challenges (plus butter- 
fly stomachs) reshuffle rank. Orches- 
tra (the string thing) springs alive — 
angled bows and perched violins 
tucked under chins (praying for a 
song, not a screech). Wildly technical 
flourishes, pained pianissimos, and 
flashes of humor tint Euclid's musi- 
cal portrait. 



Orchestra 




Symphonic Band 



Symphonic Band Bottom Row (L to R): Mtke Suttte. Ron Kittlerud, Nick Scotese, 
Gary Kalz Row 2 Bob Day. Ted Crawford. Chris Collier. Jim McVey. flow 3: 
Ron Brow. Tom Cole. Bob Wighlman. Doug Yandala. Row 4: Rob Johnston, 
Paul Hungerlord, Dan Hinde, Fred Land 




Concert Band Bottom Row (L to Rj JoAnn Raggets, Elaine Mog, 
Jokela, Mary Lou Pfalf, Sue ulman, Judy Sokell Ron 3 Laune Yc 
i Stupica. Row 4: Ellen Schanz, Nancy Rohle, Janet Reevi 




nes. Sue Bowman Row 2 Joan Zajac, 
iy Eidnier. Pauline Hoover, Bill Chapel, 
Meyer, Chris DAmico, 



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ert Band Bottom Row (L to R) Tom Me 
Ron Emser, Clark Sherman, Row 3, Ruse 
r> Kukrell. Melinda Lloyd. Joe Kosovics, 





Concert Band 



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Choir 



Choir is ... an ESCAPE from a day 
of complete cfiaos and frustration, in- 
to a new mode of learning — withiout 
books, lectures, tests. A chiance to 
express YOU! In an explosion of 
emotion. Harmony, rhythm, a blend- 
ing of voices make a song powerful. 
Hours of practice and the strain to 
perfect before concerts. Pride shines 
through in the performances. Noise 
. . . Laughter . . . Smiles . . . Pride 
— together make choir special. 





arsily Chorale Boltom Row 


1. 10 R). 
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Joan Spnn 
Slevie Mor 
Pasco, Jin 


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Susan Carmitche 

Kay Fagen, Ahc 

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Roy Pigna 


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Varsity Chorale 




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Choral Masters — Bottom Row (L to R): Cheryi Cutter Barb Lilley Nancy Rose Peggy Fierle Judy Steinhauer Carol Buchholtz Bev Kimes Jack 
Kalopovic. Patly Virginia, Rick Brown, Jim Cika Naz Huber Maureen Centa Ellen Bartel Joan Force Jan Kastelic Jill Potter Tern Sirak Row 
Bev Bowers, Holly Hollmeyer, Yokiko Tokunaga Ann Seifert Janice Matko Janet Knowles Sue Madden Jim Uidnck Bill Troop Terry Cutter M 
Meister, Kay Rasmussen, Ban Thomas. Laura Dauchy, Mary Gephart, Ellen Barlel, Carol McVey, Jackie Pograis, Row 3. Amy Hungerford. 
Icke. Amie Balale. Alice Taylor, Bev Cesen. Gmny Thweat, Donna Uchbar. Bev Cesen. Don DiVita, Bruce Siefert, Erie Bana, Tom Turk, Bob Schu 
Cory Lovsin, Judy Paniages, Sandy Hendershot, Charlene Peirolo. Linda Anderson. Lynn Pollack, Vivian Goertz Row 4' Darlene Yeray. Denise Ki 
can, Connie Kovacevic, Kay Morley, Karen Guenther, Leslie D'Anna, Al Uiie, Yves Chabal, Mark Habat, Gary McClave, Paul Clapp. Bill Francis, G( 
dis, Debbie King, Mary Blakeley, Liz Lehman, Nancy Benedum, Jeanne Caier. Amy Morton Row 5 Marilyn Murg, Jan Nagode, Liz Hasse, Michel 
Lutz, Rae Lynn Cebul, Judy Cam. Dan Soloky. Dave Hoppert, Jeff Muslar, Jack Damberger, Ben Cruse, Ai Casey, Don Crawford, Terry Boshei 
Dwight Yoder, Chris Stanic. Jeff Aultz. Accompanist Mike Chlebic. 



nda Muslar. Denise 

Georgeann Kalapo- 
hele Young, Debbie 




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Mixed Chorus Bottom Row (L to R) Maggie Semple. Gail Zelelel, Gail Bammerlin. 
Sbfocco, Louise Sabol, Dma Matuch, Sue Laufer Row 2 Pat Hammar. Kathy Camhoh, 

cik, Pat Kavon, Peggy Seddon, Robbie Rotar, Lmda Brunnett Row 3 Mary Marhefka, Wi 
Ron Spnngborn, Jerome Wasil, Richard Keay, Jenna Mclntyre. Nancy t 



Mislretta. Cathy Ice. Carol Campana. Marci Brizes, Janet 
Rust. Dave Hasse. Kevin Hanna, Fred Ehrhardt. Rich Woj- 
holland. Keith Kopecky. Dan Smith, Karl Kotula Jim Herak. 



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Cadet Choir 




Cade. Choi, Bollom Ho* (L to R): Marsha Boyd, Janet Johnson Renee Dan(els Gerry Donovan Terry Ebel, 
Claudia Davidson, Judy Munson, Row 2: Patty Re. Debbie Tonkin Gayle Qockel Karen Bowman Holly Resnic 
Debbie Tavenier. Sandra Leovick, Laura Yane, Vicki Pasco. Row 3. Jams 
Deemer. Sheryl Flynn. Carol Dill, Gail Straka, Karen Pyle. Beth Ehrhardt. Joyce ! 



Terri Wardeir 



Activities/187 




National Honor Sociely Seniors Bottom Row (L to R): 


3ill Meo. Dave Pelscher. Kevin Brain. Wendy Lie 


k. George Kovachic. Elaine Mog, 


lor, Debbre Harbsl, Vivian Goertz. Bow 2 Fred Heinz. 


Marc Kellner. Kevin Kehres. Janice Berry, Gail 


Arvay. Diane Zuro. Meg Cox. Coll 


flow 3 Scolt Whiteman, Gayle Reece. Terri Rolhrock. 


Linda Bezik, Marilyn Perovshek, Kay Rasmussen 


Tommasina Slephon, Janel Kno» 


Joan Oliver. Sue Sollis, Bob Lowry, Phil Wright, Sharon M 


Orel, Jane Hospodar, Marcia Feiocke. Pal Sylle 





N.H.S. 



Tenseness hanging in the waiting. A 
robed, dignified assembly. A voice 
drones calmly, distinctly— the LIST 
of new inductees (slyly disorganized) 
halted abruptly ("Hey, that's my 
name!"). Smug kin beaming, slotted 
in the hidden balcony. A trio of nouns 
— scholarship, leadership, service — 
very real, very basic to this "privi- 
leged" society. Recognition lauds 
achievement! 





National Honor Society Juniors Bottom Row (L to R): Chril Henry, Tern Henry 


Linda Wise. Karol Marlin. Janie Cowan 


Jennifer Bates. Bev Cesen. Karen Guenther f?ow 2 Marilyn Greenwald, Carol 


Plescha, Holly Slump, Kathy Kemk, Jan 


Kastehc. Marlin Hsu, Ukiko Tokunaca, Row 3: Nancy NicRles. Sue Katz, Lauren 


Gelder. Carmen Edieburg, Sue Kehresh 


Niki Gaul. Kathy Blatnic, Glen Nigaki. flow 4: Mary Geib. Jan Wilson. Ann Cla 


k, Lynn Lukart, Kitty Knox. Pat Pelscher 


flow 5: Dave Setchnik. Eric Imm, Ed Purnell. Rich Day. Chick Carrol. Dan Soltis. 






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y Seniors Sonom flon 


(L to R): Annette 


Jacksy. 


Rose A 


ne Garubo 


Cathy Humphrey, Joyce 


Tiane 


0. Sandy Hendershot, 


Diane Ostburg, 


Janie 


Calhcan, Doris 


Dunbar, Chris 


.chultz, 


Mary Gephart. Elai 


e Bronak 


a. Cathy 


Witt. Debb 


e Simpson. Chuck Greishammer 




Caria 


Slrunk. Row 2 


Trudy Oliver. Bob Be 


:k. Linda Bead 


e. Janie 


e Matko, Nancy Ha 


ler. Bob 


Baker. Cindy Otasc 


k. Tammy Podriznik. Ma 


la Maz 


ar, Patti Andrev^ 




ie Crinko. John 


Pana 


Mark Doblekar 


Bill Pasko. Ju 


dith Fu 


ton, John Akiba. How 3 Pa 


Simeo 


Johanna D 


Tirro. Arlene Kemejak. 


Fay D 


VIS. Sue Madde 


n. Mik 


e Murphy. Mike 


Chleb 


ic. Linda Musta 


, Rich Nagode 


Cindy 


Pausic, Mary Schafi 


er. Bob 


3lazunas 


Lynn Allc 


in. Dave Nolan. Colleen 


Boyle. 






Jones, Row 4: 


Karen 


Reichard, Lynn 


Jones, Barbaar 


a Lisko 


Essie vaccariellc. 


Millie Lo 


ri. Bill 


Ouigney. Shelly Lane. Laura Fondran 


Robin 


Fisher. Jim Otiowski. 


John Doganiero, 1 


Tom 


Warder, Chuck Schmidt, JoAnn 


Wotring 


Craig McDonough 


Mike Su 


tie. The 


a Syroka, J 


Dhn Paul, Row 5 Ken M 


jnsman 


Janet Zaietel. 


Gordo 


Netschke. Bob 


Foste 


, Rhonda Yedhc 


k. Rick Bendur 


e, Debb 


e King, Alice Schvi 


artz, Dia 


ne Gugl 


otta. Sandy 


Kocinski. Liz Graf, Darl 


ne Vo 


achek, Pat Ster 


ing. T 


m Miller, Joyce 


Spino 


Joe Sharpe, Sheryl Grega, Wall 


Krebs, 


Mark Slraub, Dave Z 


vich, Stev 


e Zupko 


Dave Jarch 


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The Rails 




VIrs. Hopewell 

Prudence Hopewell 

Simon Darkway 

rruman Pendennis 

Harold Stanfast 

Dirk Sneath 

Carlotta Cortez G 


. . . Debbie King 
. . Mickey Dobray 
. . Roger Osgood 

. Mark McClelland 
.... Bill Quigney 
. . Tim Carpenter 

aoraene Kalaoodis 




Powder Puff 



"Powder puffers" camouflage their 
feminity in football jerseys-minus 
pads. Braving the tactics of football 
strategy, determined females flurry 
in unrefined battle. Buxom cheer- 
leaders, surprisingly tall and mus- 
cular, lead an amused crowd in 
cheers for the gridders. Blue and 
gold ribbons fly— TOUCHDOWN!! 





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Gold learn Bottom Row (L to R): Darlene Vorachek. Nancy Rose. Shell 
Row 2: Laura Fondran, Barb Lisko, Tammy Podnzniok, Janice Matko. 
Debbie Simpson. Sandy Hurwitch, Sue Picozzi, Ann Seiferi. Joan Fi 
Row 4 Joan Remwald, Beth Cunningham, Sue Ensminger, Sue Medves 



Joanne Wotnng. Judy Fulton. 
Strunk. Lmda Beadle Row 3: 
inda Bergian, Laurie Dauchy, 

Deming. Anne Mane Rijavec. 




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Blue Team Coaches (L to R) Sieve En 





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Radio Club, (L to R): Blain Lewis. Marc Felder, Dave Collm. Jim Powell, Dave Burns, Steve Ski 




^ Radio Club 



WA8ZGE ... the password to com- 
munication. The hams static shatters 
the anesthetized stillness. Hidden in 
a third floor corridor, a tiny room 
houses a mysterious whistling box. 
BUZZ, clatter. Beep-beep! Coded 
messages locked inside secret al- 
phabet soup. Radio novices decipher 
the electronic lingo. Practice — to- 
ward the triumph of a license. 



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Science 
Seminar 



A room clogged with people, hushed 
and waiting. Vibrations of intense 
interest within a wall of faces — 
discovering a new idea, a revolution- 
ary viewpoint. A void of questions 
sucks up a volley of supposition, con- 
jecture, projection. Molecular struc- 
tures . . . the form of life . . . the 
threat of pollution. Scientific abstrac- 
tions abandon the coldness of metal 
and glass to incubate in the warm 
heat of a receptive mind. 



Ski Club 



Swiftly skimming the slopes. A con- 
fused blur of trees, skiers, and snow 
— interrupted only by a sudden fall 
from a misjudged turn. Solitary con- 
centration. Descending, accelerating 
. . . oblivious to time and place. At 
the bottom, a tow rope appears 
sharply. Slowing . . . snowplow — 
the world seems to halt. Numb from 
the cold . . . approaching the lodge 
on strangely unsteady feet. A blazing 
fire, hot chocolate, friends — a res- 
pite. As the chill fades, mittens and 
boots are pulled on, once again 
armed for speed, cold, fun — a new 
experience. 



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Carol Lewanski, Terry 
Sechnick, John 
Greg Podnar, t 

Forgac. Dan Guclartes. B 



Ski Club Ballon Row IL fo R 


Cindy Crad 


s, Eunice Goldstein, Chan Pena, Diane Phillips, 


Chris Schultz, 


Maria 


Mazar, Carol 


Lanning. Debbie Perkins 


Bev Cesen, Judy 


Sleinhauer, Lynn 


Zola. Michele 


Young. Linda 


Weiss 




nng, Janice 


Matke, Ren 


e Ka 


■ ch. Row 2 


June Thiesse, 


Linda Strobal, 


K.m Selway, 


Same 


Haines, Rus 


s Slanger, Dave Nolan, Debbie 


Skerly, Sue 


Donner, Sandi Hendershot, Jo 


anne Kuebler, 


Stan Guslelic, Al 


Julian, Tim 


Terrell, Naz 


Huber 


LOUIS Hille 


Cloyd Hildebra 


ndt- flow 3; Donna Barnes, 


Ruth 


nn Hendershot, Holly St 


mp, Vanya A 


kabot 


. Jan Wilson 


Laura Mooney 


Kathy Jeleps. 


Mary Manne, 


John 




ry Drozin, ^ 


arcia Nemelh 


Holly Tuckerman, 


Carol Step. en. 


<aren Sylte. Li 


a Harns, Kay 


Hasmu 


ssen Row 4 


Howard Ne 


son, Don Crawtord 


Anne Mane 


Ryavec, Rich K 


ay, Debbie Mannic, Dolores 


Cup, 


Jlarc.a Doles 


Sharon Pe 


dan, Ern.e T 


bitag. 


Sandy Guba 


ic, Debbie Turk 


'C. Amy Drotlelt, Sue Rose, 


Kathy 


Mason, Carm 


en Edelberg 


, Sandy Step 




:h. Row 5: ^ 


ark McClelland, 


Ken Monsman 


Bob Dunker, 


Randy 


Rubetin, De 


ek Gorg, Er 


c Rasmusen, 


Kent 


Daiber, Howard McLean Jud 


Fullon Linda 


Beadle, Eric 


imm, E 


d Powell. Pat 


1 Louch. Jea 


lette Barbish, 


Laurie 


Trollo, John Paul Killy 










Spirits 



"Scrub Brush!" Destripe the Ti- 
gers!" The mad scramble for brush- 
es and paint ... A fat bolt of white 
paper unravels into separate can- 
vasses for eager artists (sprawled 
on the floor). Brushes dip into blue, 
yellow, red — then splash on big, bold, 
off-beat sayings. T-shirts and jeans 
display the trademarks of the mas- 
ter's medium. The Cafeteria trans- 
forms into an artist's workshop. 
Masking-taped masterpieces adorn 
the halls — proud proclamations of 
spirit. 



Spectrum 



Connoisseurs of the rainbow variety 
of performing arts. Sampling the 
theater. Discovering the concert 
halls. Sensing the grated slash of 
blades of an Ice Skater's follies. A 
small, flexible ensemble, pointed 
towards entertainment (the traditional 
or the avant-garde). Expanding hor- 
izons, acquiring a taste for the arts. 




student Council Bottom 
ton, Nancy Rose, Maria Maza 
ette Booms, Denise DeRocco, 
Harbst, Mary Gmemer, Bob L 



R): Cathy Fasham. Sharon Senn, 
IS Schultz, Cherie Stine, Jerry A 
' Brizes, Nancy Coope 

Row 3: Debbie Taver 



Centa, Kathy Mason, 



reen Trotto, Pat Chir 



udy Steinhauer. 
) flow 2. Sandy Hi 
Cebul, Karen Gue 






Laune Domitz, Laune Long. Carol Stepien, Dina Matuch, Laurie Yane, Robbie Rotar 
Minis, Claire Petkovsek. Sue Pardi, Tom Gombach, John Cline. Peggy Chambers. Ar 
Sue Baumeister, Ellen Bartel, Lynette Grayhek. Don Kwasny, Row 5: Marlene Mirtic, 
Barb Tesmer, Al Julian. Michele Young. Kathy Jelepis. Ardith Boeder. Micky Dobray, Mark 



Pam Pantages. Jo; 
ene Anderson. Don 
Sue Recknitzer, Lai 
ne Kurilli, Gerry Done 



le DAnna, Debbie 
3cky Gonso, Diane Van Sice, Nancy Baltista. 
Nancy Benedum, Row 4: Sue Slrizzi, Becky 
e Kowalski. Diane Trebisky, Kathy Bahstern. 
Wendy ZItnik. Mary Jo Hraslar, Karen Sylte. 
uch, Debbie Rich. 



Student Council Executive 



Student Council 



Sounding platform for students opinions — an 
intermediary between the young voice and au- 
thoritative administration. Questions ... of open 
study halls, open lunch — and their solutions. Hon- 
est debate. An action group — involving people, 
ideas in creativity. Donkey Basketball? Organized 
preparation for Homecoming and Winter Festival 
weekends . . . promoting United Appeal . . . help- 
ing handicapped children. CARING projects to 
promote understanding. 



Student Council decks the halls. 






Sludenl Council Bottom Row (L 10 R): Judy Pantages. Lynn Zola, Ruth Ann Hendershot, Debbie Mahnic, Dolores Cup, C.ndy El 


nore, Gayle Kimberly. Joyce 


Spino, Debbie Vhr, Nancy Laser, Margie Deemer, Mickey Dobray, Row 2, Brigetta DiTomaso, Debbie Kase. Slevie Monroe. Pal Sim 


BO, Dave Ruska, Ken Visoky 


Brent Buckley, Larry Drozin, Gerry Allchin, Nick lafigliola, Steve Blassingame, Larry Smith. Don Dwasny Row 3 Steve Kaselak, Rich 


Keay, Meg Cox, Glen Hach 


Cheryl Broderick, Diane Deming, Pam Liddy, Darlene Yeray, Chris Martincic, Dave Powers. John Cassese. Tina Nahrstedt, Lisa L 


ck Row 4. Charm Brothers 


Mike Kogan, Amy Morton, Diane Whitney, Sue Picozzi, Kathy White, Cheryl Grega, Lisa Harris, Don Crawford, Mary Doliack, Carm 


en Edelbergs, Kevin Calhan 


Kim Selway, How 5, Cindy Otcasek. Glen Higaki, Brad Stokes, Margaret Guhde, John Schultz. Howie Nelson. Mark McClellanc 


, Georgene Kalapodisl Lisa 


Thomas. Gayle Rogers, Donna Ghas. Mike Balogs, Eric Imm, Chip Pavis, Noah lafigliola. 






} Staskanas. Colleen Doyle. Keith Heinii 



, Gary Horvat, Bill Ivancic 



Voices of Art 



Open your eyes and listen! Man, 
earth, God COLORS vibrating— 
bursting in the paintbox explosion! 
Voices (shrill, grainy, pure) scream- 
ing through textures, patterns, gro- 
tesque distortions. Hands in mo- 
tion! — Creating a film, a happening! 
Mind STRETCHING art— peppered 
with great gobs of life, color, thought 
food!! . . . The voices of art are 
noisy in their silence. 



Student Store 



Crowded, hectic — a five-minute spasm 
of bustle and coin jingling. Students 
invade the bookstore, scanning the 
merchandise for nylons, noseplugs, 
slide rules, paperbacks. (A second- 
floor supply base for the war against 
ignorance) Slam! The cash register 
darts open, and the cough drop 
addict frantically gropes for one thin 
dime to buy salvation from a drag- 
ging lecture. 





Wa/ Napio Bottom Row (L to R) Elaine Penharth Mary Manno Kyle 
ock Mary Lou Lickert Laurie Dauchy Kathy Mank s Laura Fondran Cathy 
Morton, Val Cigoy, Su Luikart, Michele Young, Judy Roberts Gloria Mann, 
Donna Clme, Sue Baumeister. Lydia Davidson 



linger Diane Carlson, Joan Springer, Thea Syn 
Row 2 Andrea Andrews, Deidre Wagner 
rotten Jan Battung, Jame Cowan, Carol 




Wai Napolo 



Icy plunge! Arms rythmically slice 
the water. Water rascals lash the liq- 
uid, scattering a riotous spray. Then, 
chaos is submerged in underwater 
calm. Formations radiate, creating 
symmetrical beauty. A flowing pat- 
tern of controlled, gliding motion. 
Shared exhaustion, and mutual 
pride underlines sisterly friendship. 




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World Affairs 



Man speaks to man. Comnnunication. 
Evolving patterns of yesterday's pre- 
dictions, tomorrow's history. Examine 
a world of turmoil and pain, war and 
resolution, election and reaction . . . 
Extremes, Contrasts. Discover a mod- 
ern world's effect on YOU. Reach out 
and capture the world through your 
mind. 



Youth Council 



us, discussing people problems. 
Searching for Alternatives, Means, 
Solutions— to the threat of pollution, 
war's devastation, an imbalanced 
economy, the nature of politics. In on 
rapping sessions in uninhibited sur- 
roundings. Introducing relevant ques- 
tions of the human condition. Aware- 
ness . . . Involvement. 




Council Bottom Row 
II Potter flow 3: Judy 





Senior Scandal — Bottom Row (L 
Krall, Arlene Kemejak, Nancy Ros 
Anna Ruffo, Ann Seitert, Roseanne 
Benedum, Nancy Rose, Anne Man 
Row 5 Gayl Kimberly, Joan Reinwal 



ow 2 Doug Barry, Ton- 



Tammy Podnznik. Alice 


Novotny. Cindy Otcasek, Doug Behrends, Stevie Monroe, Julie 


Stephon, Marsha Mramo 


,r. Patti Virginia, Valerie Donouan, Mary Rush, Paulelte Discenzo, 


inda Anderson, Meg Cox 


Becky Minis. Sue Mulligan, Micky Dobray. Marilyn Mitch, Nancy 


Karen Reichard, Jane Ho 


spodar, John Paul, Roberta Fiflik, Debbie Picciano, Carta Raney, 




Senior Scandal 



"Scandal" reporters search for hidden senior 
mischief. Descriptive revelations, laughable sit- 
uations, odd couples— nothing left unprinted. 
Cartooned caricatures of notorious upper-class- 
men, or sneaky (incriminating) facts — a con- 
glomeration of preserved smiles, evoking smiling 
nostalgia . . . Bits and pieces of comic remem- 
brances. 



I am ... I see, I touch, I believe 
feel, I hope, I love . . . reflections of 
an inner soul batter the vi^alls — fur- 
iously rushing to escape to the wait- 
ing void of an empty page. The 
Eucuyo is me. 




Survey 




Business 



Who? Who sells Surveys in the cafe- 
teria?? defies the biting autumn 
winds at football games, peddling 
programs? Survey Business Staff — 
sacrificing free time before and after 
school. Goal? an unrivaled publica- 
tion, personal gratification, a trip to 
New York. 



Activities/203 




Survey Editorial Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Kevin Kehres, Joan 01 1 
gus, Trudy Oliver, Kathy Humphrey. Kay Rasmussen, Row 3: Marily 
Dave Nolan, Iris Onions. Mary Geib, Jack Wagner, John Baglione. Harry 



Kevin Kehres, Tri-Editor 



Mr. Granville Smith. Advisor 




Survey 
Editorial 



Word Power! Transforming events in- 
to concise, creative accounts. Dead- 
lines loom — the office absorbs the 
bustling tension. Harassed editors 
bark at their occasionally sluggish 
journalists, chattering typewriters 
spew stories. Factual interviews, 
endless photographing, layouts, 
paste, combines with the aroma of 
printers inl<. 




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EUCLIDIAN 





ERCLASS 




Transformation: 
Becoming 
ONE 

among many. 
Searching 
for a style, 
a purpose, 
an identity. 
Vaguely aware 
of the indefinite 
FUTURE. 

The Underclassman- 
plagued with 
indecision, 

a question of priority- 
to belong . . . 
to be himself 
in a constant pattern 
of change. 




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Bottom Row (L to R): Ellen Mandate, Rhonda Malm. Peggy Mack, Shirley Maletic, Mary 
Manno Row 2 Lana Pu2, Joan Marmelli, Jo Ann Mahusky, Darlene Markovic. Tim Malleo. Row 3: Dan 
Morns, Dan Mamrack, Mark Makowski. Steve Majeske. Ed Macdonald. Mike Marincic- Row 4: Bob Marcus, 
Frank Marmelli. Rich Magri. Mike Margheret, Barton Pachoike, Terry Cloth, Not Pictured: Alan Marn, Jill 
Moskowitz. Evelyn OGreen. James Markel, Joe Mandate, Luann Maniglia. Gary Marcysiak, Mary Beth 
Mady 




Mr, Burns Bottom Row (L to R): Lori Hassink, Sue Haslego. Gn 
Henson. Row 2: Lisa Harris, Liz Hehemann. Jim Hegedus. Todd Hicklin. Lmda Hill. Patti Hepp Row 3: 
Jim Hay, Jeff Hart, Gary Higgs. George Hornak, Glenn Higaki, Sandy Hocevar. Row 4 Thomas Hodas, 
Gary Hausrath. Liz Hasse, Mike Hauptkorn. Dave Hoppert, John Hayes Not Pictured: Cloyd Hildebrand, Doug 



R): Vickie Burek. Sue Araps, 



Andrevi/s. Row 2: Kathy Barelich. Jeff Artman, Tim Atves, Tom Ailchin. Ron Abramczyk. Row 3: Mike Apan- 
sewicz, Dennis Arieta, Mark Abramczyk. Jim Amundsen. Bruce Anderson, Row 4: John Adams. Pat Ames, 
Dan Apicello. Dan Andre. Tom Adams. Mike Amort 
Bill Albers, Tern Abbott. Jim Anderson, Dave Forgus, 



Pictured: Sue Addis, Jefl Andre. 



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"Come see me some time!' 




r/ss Clark Boltom Row (L to R): Linda Bayles. Larry Belcastro. Janice Baume. Amie Balale, Patli Becker, 
athy BelL Row 2: Eric Bana. Patti Anderson, Mark Batlista, Michaele Barkhurst, Scott Banford, Lynn Baizel. 
lien Barlel. Row 3. Mike Balazs, Ed Azman, Bill Barbis, Janette Barbish, Mary Ann Babic. Deni Droescher, 
am Barker. Row 4, John Baglione. Jim Beckerl, Dave Beckv»itti. Darrel Beluschak. Jim Baglione, Bart 
artel, Mike Barry Hot Pictured: Douglas Baur, Ralph DeRose 



^^r. Cliflel Bottom Row (L to R): Cynthia Bohanon, David Bish, Lola Boreave, Maria Blomquist, flow 
Mary Blakeley, Carmelina Bonanno. Joann Bonick. Lynn Booms, Row 3: Scott Bennett, Don Bogotay, Rir 
Boreave, Dale DeWolf. Mary Boczek, flow 4. Steve Bialko, Charles Bokar, Steve Blassingame, Jami 
Bluhm, Gus Boehm. Not Pictured: George Beveridge, Frances Bezdek, Carol Blazek, Charles Blott, Ga 
Bodovetz, Jan Boettcher, Maureen Billings, Carl Chiofolo. Diane Dzama. 





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lead falls off.' 




Mrs LaFond Bottom Row (L to R) Maryellen Gmnta, Sharon Glick. Lynelle Grahek Sharon Gla 
Guai floiv 2 Louise Gant, Joanne Gogan. Kaihy Giiles, Duane Ganser Row 3 Jim Graham, John 
son. Andy Golon, Art Gold, Dave Galloway Row 4 John Gordos. Larry Germovsek Mark Gall, Ma 
Nol Pictured Carol Gargiolo, Lmda Gerbic. John Glicker, Chuck Gonso, Amy Corn, Bob Grdanc. 





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erman Bottom Row (L t( 
;unice Goldslern. Row 2 J 
<owalkowski, Laura Kovac 



R) Ton. Heriz, Susan 



Greg Kozar, Joyce 



Row 4 Robert 



4r Lower Bottom Row (L to R): Micki Evens, Cathy Fasham, Beth Ehrhardt. Lynn Dulty. flow 2: Kevin 
)ugan. Nancy Farckes, Shaum Engel. Diana Erne Row 3 Cmdy Dular, Carmen Edelbergs, Kathy Duncan. 
Jancy EIze Row 4 Rjck Dwornmg, Chuck Bnckman. Ron Faiken, Jim English, Steve Coso. Nor 
Pictured Marcia Eder. Sue Frederick, Jandie Bigando. Elame Dutko, Amy Drotleft, Ron Emser. Janet 





Mr. McGuinness Bottom Row (L to R): Clark Scheurman, Allen Scheider, Greg Tupa, Richard Santon, 
Schulz. Row 2: Dave Sabo. Lanny Schleb. Diane Sargani. Earleen Sanders Row 3: Tim Cann, Gmny Sch 

Don Schmaltz. Garry Sadens. Judy Savanno Row 4 Tony Vehovec. Jeff Santay, Paul WJrsching, 
Schulte, Not Pictured: Jerry Sak, Bill Schneider, Caroline Santorelh, Sharon Salter, Tim Saletel. Ja 
Odell, Barbara Weitzel. John Schulz, Ben Sanguedolce. Michelle Zielaski, Jeff Schaffer, Harry Schultz 




Bottom Row (L to R): Susan Frimel, Beverly Fleck, Judy Fisher, Robin Flack. Carol Fraley 
Row 2: Mark Press, Debbie Buente, Bill Francis, Don Freed. Jean Finlayson. Row 3: Linda Filsinger. 
Janice Gaida, Lauren Felder, Cathy Blatnik. Roy Francisco. Walter Frank. Row 4: Bruce Frey. Philip 
Fedrowisch, Raymond Fuhrman, Michael Forgac, John Festini, Bill Fergus. Not Pictured: Bill Frank. Dennis 
Fisher, Richard Foust. Luann Erdman. 




Juniors 




The ecstasy of victory. 








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Juniors 




ich Bottom Row (L to Ft): Cynthia Plott, Patricia Price, Ellen Pluta, Anna Net*, Laura Plesko, 
ol Plescia, Anna Plamsek. Linda Powell, Phillip Price. Dominic Pongallo. Row 3: Joe Maire, Tom 
Roger Porter, Jeff Mustar, Lynn Pollack. Row 4: Sandi Melonzi. Joanne Nestterode, Dave 
,mes Powell. Fred Podmore. Not Pictured: Dartene Praznovsky, Mary Pureber, Lorraine Punzar. 
'Cic. Paul Podnar. Cynthia Portik. Patricia Poyle. Ken Presley. Sue Plutorak, Richard Powell. 




Mr Rodriguez Bottom Row (L to R): Dennis Renftle. Carol Race. Sharon Resar. Suzanne 
Nagle Row 2: Valerie Randazzo. Bunny Pudee, Tma Nahrstedl, LJM Ribarich. Janice Nagode Row 3: 
Raymond Rankm. Thomas Reilly, Robert Qumlivan, Joanne Randa, Deborah Regets. Row 4: Edward Purnell, 
Jay Rice. John Reece. Peter Neithercott, Daniel Reagan Not Pictured: Gary Nahrstedt, Deborah Noss. 
Edward Puz. Eve Lynn Racich, Anita Rankm, Joanne Ralchlord. Emmett Ray, Douglas Rebeck. Claudia Reel. 
David Rees. Bertha Schweikert 



Mr. Seymour Bottom Row (L to R): Sharlene Seredich. Lucille Schulz. Joe Sepchinski. Sharon Senn. Row 2: 
Sandy Shaffer, Donna Yuhas. John Shilander. Dave Sechnick. Ellen Siders, Sandy Shultz. Row 3: Dave 
Shilander, Tim Shipley. Tom Sever. Frank Sicurezza. Russ Shumaker. Row 4, Gary Semenchuk. Paul 
Schult, Jelf Weber, Jim Seymour, Bruce Settert. Debra Seamon, Not Pictured: James Scott, Theresa 
Seidel, Joe Severmo, Roger Shamansky. Brian Shipley. Michael Silverman. Linda Tekautz. Diane Witlicki- 



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Mr. Harper Bottom Row (L to R). Pam Pantages, Deborah Yandala, Carol Schlrckert, Dawn Morgan. Row 2: 
June Thiesse, Faith Stroud, Patnca Booth, Leilm Hsu. flow 3. Craig Sweet. Will Kobyljanec, Joanne 
Kuebler. Harry Schjltz, Kathy Balistern Row 4. Greg Fosby. John Chase. Richard Teldeken. John 
Abraham. Not Pictured: Ron Sharpe. Robert Day. 




' (L to R). Jenny Forker, JoAnne Raggels, Hal Reed, Ted Crawlord. Phil Hrvaim, 
flow 2- Tom Meyer, Dave Hinde. Donna Barnes, Leslie Sherman, Cmdy Reahn, Pauline Hoover. Row 3, Tom 
Burns, Nick Scotese. Dan Hinde. Gary Katz, Rob Johnston, flow 4, Bob Day, Al Nichols, Dale Kain 
Skinner. Bob Wightman. Joe Koskovics, Jim Lindsey 





Mr Backos Bottom Row (L to R): Ann Elhotl. Nancy Farrar, Mike Dzura, Debbie Faunce Sue Edelman, Fred 
Ehrhardt. Sue Castle. Row 2: Joe Dular, Linda Ferrato. Bonnie Fassett, David Erdelac, Cmdy Evans, Diane 
Dvornik, Nanci Firrazza. Row 3: Gary Dushak. Cal Eyman, Steve Festmi. Toni Erzen, Dale Erdman, Joan 
Eckart. Row 4: Paul Edmonds. Mike Faletic, John Feiock, Roger Evans, Dave Eble, Jim Dulfin, Dave Ferris 
Not Pictured: Cynthia Dunn. Teresa Ebel. Cathy Eidnier 



Smoking in the John again. 







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Mr earner Bollom Row (L to R) Marlene Jablonski Barbara 
Jan Johnson Susan Imler Row 2 Ruth Jast Cathy Ice Ken . 
ski Row 3 Debbie Johnson, Keith Jimison Dave Indiano Lin 
Al Jilek. Tony Juranko, Terry Irish, Tom Kalamasz. Blair JorOi 
Johnston 




Nancy Hutchinson 



Pictured: Robert 



Mr. Brearton Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Rexrode. Patricia Re, Jean Reilly, Toni Repice. Crystal Reingardt. 
Row 2: Virginia Reilly, Jacquelyn Raybuck. Linda Regets, Holly Resnik, Nancy Raggets. Row 3: Rick Prymas. 
David Frisian, Karen Pyle, Faye Reshetar, Debra Pritchard. flow 4, Eric Rasmussen, Jim Purvis. Purest Ratlifl, 
Tony Pridreschi. Bill Renner. Bruce Reed Not Pictured: Phillip Reingardt, Janet Reeves. Harrold Reed, Kathy 
Ready, JoAnn Raggets, Richard Radabaugh, Richard Maynard. Jeffrey Randolph, 





Mr Burgess Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Vocaturo, George Wasickanm, Joe Watts, Tom Wagner, John Vib 
rick, Rena Velez Row 2 Melodie Viers. Chns Walters, David Wade John Weber, Deirdre Wagner, Debbi€ 
Wallace, Tern Wardemer Row 3: Dale Voss, Fred Vesttir 
Vargo Row 4 Robert Walmsiey, William Vaughan, Al Wallace, Bill Wargo. Nadine Vidmar. Vance Weikert 
Not Pictured Debbie Unelic, Gary Vodila, Jerc 




"They're only pretending 

Mrs Cowan Bottom Row (L to R): Anne Potter, Robm Perrott, Debra Podany. Sue Phillips, John Podnznik, 
Dean Powell Row 2. Brian Phillips. Linda Pollock. Cheryl Polly. Jim Piscitello. Bonnie Petrovich. Barbara 
Plaga, Linda Pierce Row 3: John Peters. Linda Poropat, Peggy Pinkslad, Joe Prause. Mike Phillips, David 
Polunas Row 4 Ron Pelsche, Gregg Podnar, Claire Petrovsek. Jell Pnleson Bill Potts. Bill Prentice, Tom 
Rose. Not Pictured Billie Mullis, Margo Poyle. Mary Lou Ptatf. Sybilfa Mulhs 





to study because I'm here.' 



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Mr. Daugherty Bottom Row (L to R): JoAnn Ludwig, Diane Lustnk. Dave Love. Don 
Pat Luksic, Dennis Luda, Bill Board. Gregory Lutzweiler, Pam Lytle. Row 3: Jim 
Neil Lybarger. Tom Cooke. Row 4: Stoyan Lokar, Dave Hollis. Dave Bahr, Jeff Rai 
Pictured: Peggy Lohri, JoAnn Lovejoy, Melinda Lloyd, Debra Lucas. Robert Ludwig 









DeMora Bottom Row (L 




R): Cathie Crilley. Marci Brizes. Claudia Davidson. Lydia 
Cradis. Row 2: Sharon Crouch. Bettina DeCaptto. Maude Davis, Joanne Dadante, Renee Daniels, 
Row 3: Tracy Cox, Debi Cucanich. Laura D'Anna. Margie Diemer, David Dardis. Ed Dea, Row 
DeGeronimo, Dolores Cup, Cathy Critchfield. Rich Danewirtz, Mike Davis, Kent Daiber. Not Pictu 
Davis. Irene Davis, Debbie Cowling, Barbara Czachur, William Davies, James Daedelow. Cynthia 



Craig 
Marlee 
': Mary 




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"She gets like that every so often 




Mrs. Fox Bottom Row (L to R) Diane Sedlak Martha Shay Carol Sharp Rose Sharp Marion Walsh Row 2: 
Peggy Seddon. Debbie Sieferd Margunte Semple Kim Selway Mike Seredich Virginia Seibert Row 3: Ken 
Semega. Glenda Shod. Mary Shaw Mary Siders Julia Shdander Tim Shirk Row 4 Tma Sesti Doug Simko. 
Bob Wright. Rory Selwyn, Jeff Shusteric Bob Shunk Not Pictured Dons Siford Leslie Sherman Frank Se- 



Sophomores 




Mrs Gale Bottom Row (L to R): Marlene Kurjila, Debra Krane, Cheryl Kravos, Stephen Kozich. Joseph 
Kovach Row 2 Steve Kostreba. Wilham Kuebler, Deborah Krivacic, Kimberly Kralnce. Sandra Krech. Kim- 
berly Kuklica Row 3: Jeanne Kowalski. Cynthia Kovach. Steven Kozel. Carohne Kovac, Jeffrey Krivacic. 
Row 4: Karen Kretic. Veronica Kostelac, David Kulas. Thomas Kaustis. Karl Kotula, David Kosovich, Tom 
Kordich. Not Pictured: Joseph Kaskovics. Tony Krivdo, Linda Kunis. 



Mr. Galicki Bottom Row (L to R): Laura Karlan, Pat Kavon, Eileen Kickle. Allyne Koporc. Pam Kaneen. Row 
2: Keith Kopecky. Pat Kirchner. Nancy Kolesar. Susan Keefe, Lucy Kernz. Row 3. Mary Koeth 
David Kehres, Pat 



Harry Keller. Jim t 



Chris Kochevar, Diana Karol. flow 4: Rich Keay. Martha Koepp, Bob Kleinknecht, 
Pictured: Ed Kaine, Jerry Keller, Ronald Kittelsrud, Margaret Kane. 



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It's snow movie for us. 




Mr. Germock Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Irving, Madelyn Hohs. Denise Hirsch, Kathleen Hickey. Christine 
Humphrey. Row 2 Susan Hudak. Richard Kelelis. James Hill. Melanie Hopkins. Row 3: Gary Horvat. Diane 
Herns, Dennis Hughes, Keith Howard, Michael Hodakievic. Row 4: John Hosa. Patricia Holtz. Don Hopkins. 
Richard Homar Not Pictured: Rhonda Holmes, Dan Hinde, David Hinde. Pauline Hoover, Philip Hrvatm. 









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Mrs Grady Bottom Row (L to R): Deborah Tolley. Susan Turner, Lotus Wong. Sherry Lynn 
Tranchito. Donald Urbancic. Row 2: Donna Tramsak. Lynn Updegraft, Joan Totten, Jane 
Tonkin, Vicki Valeric Row 3: Maryanne Tsivitse. Diane Van Sice, Robert Trybus, Joanne 
Tuckerman. Richard Travarca Row 4: Joseph Van Beneden. Kestulis Vaigmis, Ronald Tupa 
Daniel Trebisky. James Tomaro, Michelle UHe Not Pictured: Lawrence Trennel, Doreen Truesdal« 



Travers, Michelle 
Turley. Deborah 
I Urbancic. Polly 
, Diane Trebisky. 



Miss Goodman Bottom Row (L to R). Mane Reymander. Claude Roe, Fran Rubenstein, Linda Radclitle Row 
2: Wendy Roulzahn, Joanne Rupsic. Barb Rupert, Debbie Rich. Debbie Rosa, Nikki Mercs Row 3 Tony Rcs- 
scdivita. Sue Rucker. Robbie Rotar. Karen Rust, Judy Roberts. Jerry Ribar Row 4 Ted RoHe. Rick Riizu. 
Bob Richardson, Tim Rothrock, Jim Rogers. Jean Russ, Terry Rchlke. Not Pictured Cindy Richier. Mary Ann 
Roberts, Sue Rcssmgton, Mary Ann Rozum. Nancy Rohlke. Joseph Roznik, 




The old hand raising trick. 




Yane. Row 2: Gai 
IJnsky, Frank ZJmr 
Tony Zupancic, Al 
Yeckley, 



Row (L to R): Kathy Zalatel. Cynthia Zetkullch Maria Zmijewski. Nancy Zelko. Laura 
Zaietel. Bobbi Znmsek. James Zonar, Carolyn Yehl Janis Yovich flow 3 Thomas Ze- 
erman, Robert Zupancic, John Sircusa, Ron Yaygle. Row 4: Ron Wutchiett. Gary Zaiar, 



ZJvic. Joseph Zuzek Not Pictured: Joan Zajt 



line Yoder, Tom 



Sophomores 





Sophomores 



>Uom Row (L to R) Virginia McGroarty. Gregory Pereksta, Susan Pecek, Sharon Perda 
Patricia Paradiso, Gail Ott Row 2 Rebecca Papaiko, Luann Pappas, Lynn Oslrumc. Debra Pack. Kart 
Parlsi, Victoria Pasco, Deborah Perkins. Row 3: James Penko, Dennis Parsons, Meredith Pak 
Pardi, Matthew Pallante, Ronald Paolucct, Joseph Pedone Row 4: Harry Oschip. Paul Paulin, Edward Pauline, 
Gary Pence, Paul Paratto, Jeffrey Pecon. Robert Ostrander Not Pictured: Manlyn Palmer, Susan Pardi, Susan 



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Miss Hikiert Bottom Row (L to R): Gary Austin, Dennis Barnes, Sue Barresi, Joyce Austin. Cindy Bauer. 
Row 2: Joanne Baldassarre, Jackie Austin, Susan Baird. Nancy Babets. Gail Bammerlin, Jim Banel. Row 3: 
Mane Barbato. Paula Bard, Nancy Battista, Jeff Baka. Nancy Balogh. Chris Bates. Row 4: Janet Battung. 
Janice Baskovic. Bill Ayers, Tim Balogh. Bob Barbis. Don Baker- Not Pictured: Jackie Basinger, Ken Baron, 
Donna Barnes, Marilyn Bacon, 




•o R) Victor Szabo. Mary Thome, Betty Taylor. Sherry Tolchinsky, Debbi* 
enier. Sharon Thaeter Row 2: Tom Tercek. Tim Ternll. Ed Szymczyk, Claudia Szabo, Denise Thomas, 
Tavernelli Row 3: Jean Substelny. Karen Sylte, Elaine Tober. Richard Summers, Bill Talty, Phil Tertu 
Row 4: Dan Vargo. David Summerhill. Ed Suttle, Sue Tibjash. Peggy Tamborrello. Marian Theus. 
; Barbara Tesmer. Brad Tanner. Dennis Thome. 



lik Bottom Row (L to R): Patricia Gmeiner, Debbie Gillespie. Laurie Godnavec, Diane Gerbic. 

r Row 2: Barb Ginakis, Jill Gliha. Mary Giordano. Jim Gephart. Bruce Gage, Row 3: Tern Gib- 

Gmeiner, Diane Garisek, Gayle Gockel. Gretchen Gibbs, Row 4: Tom Gombach, Mike Gergotz. 

Mike Garrett. Mike Gamber, John Godzinski. Hot Pictured. Jeffrey Gallaher, Connie Gtenger. Netta Gaul. 

Patrick Gallagher, Terry I- 





V (I to R): DanJel WendoroH, Lori Ann Whitney. Judy Weinke. 
Weizer. fioiv 2: Robert Williams. Doreen Wells. Kim Wiltrout. Cynttiia White. Oebra Wool 
Wohl. Richard Wojcik. David Williamson. Lynn Wrona. Dale Wilson How 4: Ronald Wh 
Dennis Schulik. George Wilker. Robert Weinmueller. Not Pictured: Ron Wenderoth. Ree 
Robon Wightman. Charles WoUf 



Sue Wilson. Karen 
on Row 3: Edward 
le. Charles Wilson. 
Weis. Fred Wells. 



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Mr. McNeilly Bottom Row (L to R): Karen O'Neill. Jane Nardy, Karen Naro. Donna Nymt 
Linda Nemeth, Row 2 Jim Nickles, Ann Onman, Marcia Nemeth, Sharon Opacich. Don 
ston. Nancy Netschke. Row 3: Celia Nantz. Diane Myslinski, Nancy Omahen, Maryann Niei 
dermeyer. Nelson Oliver. Martin Murphy. Row 4: Richard Nichols. Allen NicKels. Andrew Ne 
Erhard Nitsch. Jeff Nosse, Kent Nicholson. Not Pictured: Joan Pogue, Jim Murch. Patrick Nagle 



Mario Novelli 



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Mr. Manburg Bottom How (L to R): Cathy Morns. Heda Lettuce. Barb Mueller. Nancy Mos. Judi Munson. 

Betsy Mooney. Row 2: Datya Mtakat. Frank Moser. Bryan Munson. Mike Mitialic. Arthur Itjs. Was Mulholland. 

Greg Moore. Row 3. Steve Miller. Rich Miller, Debbie Moore. Pat M09. Shelly Mirtic, Suzanne Molkentin. tl^fc 

Rich Miller. Row 4: Mike Rophone. Barb Moore. Ted Mizner. Brian Motlett. Don Miller. Mike Moore. Tom HHI 

Mocilnikar. Not Pictured: Donald Joe Miller. Joan Mistretta. Bruce Modic. Barry Munson. Jo Anne Mc Neilly. after. 



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I don't believe you 



Bzzz. A fly went by. 



Mr. Mize Bottom Row (L to R): Dan McPeek. Barb Midolo, Marty Mayock. Gail McClelland. Laurie Mazar. 
Row 2: Linda McCrystal. Steve McCaskie. Mary Mihacevich. Donelda Porcello. Mike McNeill. Row 3: Tom 
McClave. Dave McMannes. John McFadden. Pat Mecoli. Jenna Mclntyre Row 4 John McAuley. Terry Mc- 

McLean. Mike McCreight, Not Pictured: Al 
McBride. David Measles. Tom Meyer, John Merrill. 




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The North Window Gang. 






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Mr. Pringte Bottom Row (L to R): Carol Campana, Cindy Campus. Kathy Camloh. MIchaele Cefarattt. Mimi 
Cable. Sheila Cannon Row 2. Debbie Cannavino. Jinn Cellura. Kathy Casten. Linda Call. Stove Bukovac. 
Gary Catin, How 3: Keith Burlison, Ed Budnar, Mark Carroll. Denny Cathcan, Gino Cavatino. Nancy Bryan. 
Dave Burns Row <. Gary Callahan, Jon Bugos. John Cebuly. Denny Burge. Jim Carruthers. Lee Cavell. Nor 
Pictured: Tom Burns. Kevin Callaghan. Joe Dominick 



R}: Dave Stermote. Joann Stepanovich. Valerie Streble. Ron Sprlngborn. Diane 

Carol Stepien, Mary Stalker. Sandra Sterlekar. Marianne Steromole. Gregory 

Stachurski. Darlene Strynewski. John Stephens. Robert Springer, Carl Spiegel, 

Straka, Roben Strosmder, Dennis Strell, George Stokes, John Stryjewski, 

Charles Stearns, Dennis Stefanac. James Stewart. Kenneth Stumpt. Fred 





Mr. Sallach Bottom Row (L lo R): Kathy Sottis. Laurel Snyder, Sandy Smith. Gerri Stout, Dave Simpson. 
Row 2: Rich Smith, Laurel Skur, Maryann Skrinjar, Pat Souders, Pat Snyder. Row 3: Mike Sivillo. Dan Smith, 
Larry Smith, Jane Skerowske. Stephanie Smith. Row 4. Mike Seaman, Terry Simonian, Mark Snook, Greg 
Skapln, Frank Somrack. Jim Smith. Harvey Smith, Hot Pictured: Steve Skinner. Ed Slovenec, William Sobe, 
Judy Sokell, Jim Soutar. Cindra Smedley. 




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Mr. Siben Bottom now (L lo R): Cindy Fox, James Fuller, Dennis Foley, Barbara Force, Patricia Flock, 
flow 2 Damon Fish, Michelle Bellak, Mike Foust, Beth Fike, Linda Fratino, David Fowler flow 3 Pamela 
Friend, Marlorie Coram, Joe Belviso, Debra Brunner, Sheryl Flynn. flow 4, Joe Foster, Max Frueboes, Nabil 
El Sinadi, Mike Friedel, Kim Colboch, Ken Frank Not Pictured: Jenniler Forker, Charles Foster, Laura Fran, 
cetic, John Frankovich, Robert Frederklng. Matthew Fuerst. 





Mr. Von Benken Bottom Row (L to R): Mary Laznik, Susan Ljubt, Lisa Lane. Linda Little. Lucinda Lavy. 
Marion La Macchla, Sally Lewis. Row 2: Ronald Irving, Sandra Leovich, Susan Lauter, Cathy Lewton, Jo 
Ann Hardy, Virginia Lewis, Stanley Lechner. Row 3: Louis Lipanye. Charles Lilley. Phillip Laughlin, James 
Gollc. Robert Latsch, Patrick Legge. Robert W. Lang. Row 4: Robert H. Lang, Ralph Lane. Jeffery Lipstreuer, 
Jon Lipstreuer. Ronald Lantz, Edward Laukiavich, Scott Lally. William Linane. Not Pictured: James Lindsay. 




Mr. Weisenberg Bottom Row (L to R): Beth Sabo, Jan Sbrocco, Lauis 
Sadowski. Maria Samarellis. Row 2: Lynn Scheimann, Debbie Jo Smerke, Kathy Schultz, 
Peggy St. Clair. Tom Schneider, Row 3: Marlene Schwenner, Bob Saywell. Lynn Schwarz, 
Darlene Schwenner. Trudy Sansbury Row 4. Diana Schlick, Chns Schimpf, Linda Schas 
Schwenke. Jerry Schoenecker, Bev Safreed Not Pictured: Ellen Schanz. Nicholas Scotese. 



Miss White Bottom Row (L to R): Karen Bowman, Lir 
Braining, Marsha Boyd, Row 2: Tim Bour. Janis Bush 
Lillian Boomer. Row 3: Chris Bontield. Rocco Bosco. 
Britton, Tom Breitsch. Steve Brommer, David Brussee, i 
man, Kevin Breskvar, Terri Brown. Edward Brochak. 



Brunnett. Lee Ann Borzi. Eddie Breeden. Carol 
Maurya Bouffard, Sue Brewer. Charles Breeden. 
ke Bosco. Jim Bowens, Don Brod. Row 4: Dan 
Bortnick, Don Branzei. Not Pictured: Susan Bow- 



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Senior Index 



GARY ROBERT ABBEY 



CHARLOTTE ABRAHAM 
G.A.A. 2; Spirits Club 2. 



ANNE IVIARIE ADAMS 



C Anni( 



DIANA BARBARA AULDRIDGE Diana 

Occupational Education 4; Office Secretary 
3; Teacher Secretary 4; Youth Power 2. 

JEFFREY LYNN AULTZ Jeff 

Choral Masters 3,4; Basketball 3,4, Tri-Cap- 
tain 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Lettermen 3,4; 
Mixed Choir 2; National Athletic Scholarship 
3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4. 



JOHN AKIBA Keebes GLENN S. AUSTIN 

Indoor Track 4; Key Club 2,3; National Honor 
Society 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3; 
Weight Lifting Club 4. 



Glenn 



FRANK JOSEPH BABETS Frank 

Football 3,4; Lettermen 4; Spirits 3,4; Trans- 
fer Student 2. 



RICHARD CHARLES ALBANESE Jake 

DEBORAH LEE ALEXANDER Debbie 

G.A.A. 2. 

GERALD KARL ALLCHIN Allch 

Football 3; Key Club 3; Metal Sculpturing 
Club 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 3,4; 
Student Council 4; Weight Lifting Club 4. 

LYNN MARIE ALLCHIN Lynn 

Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Orchestra 2, 
3,4; Pit Band 2; Plays 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 
2,3,4. 

CHARLOTTE ANN AMATO Charlie 

Distributive Education Club 4; Plays 2. 

NICKI ANAGNOSTOU Nicki 

KATHLEEN ANNE ANDERSON Andy 

Choral Masters 4; Junior Class 3; Mixed 
Choir 2,3; Plays 2; Student Council 3,4. 

LINDA LEE ANDERSON Linda 

Choral Masters 4; G.A.A. 4; Medical Careers 
Club 4; Mixed Choir 3; Transfer Student 3. 



NANCY MARIE ANDERSON 



Nanc 



PATRICIA JEAN ANDREWS Patty 

AFS 2; G.L.C. 3,4; Medical Careers Club 3; 
Mixed Choir 2; National Honor Society 4; Se- 
nior Scandal 4; Spirits 4. 



MICHAEL JOSEPH ANDRULIS 



Mike 



MARILOU APICELLO Marl 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2; Spir- 
its 2,3. 



RICHARD L. AQUILANO 
Distributive Education Club 3,' 



GAIL ANN ARNOLD 

Girls Concert Choir 2; Folk Club 2. 



Rick 

Robin 

Gail 



NANCY M. ARTZ Nancy 

Spirits 2,3,4. 

GAIL CATHRYN ARVAY Gail 

Big Show 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 4; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spec- 
trum Club 2; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3.4, Tri- 
Editor 4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 

GAIL ANN AUFMUTH Gail 

F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Track 3; Spirits 
Club 3,4; Student Council 2. 

DEBORAH AULDRIDGE Debbie 

Office Secretary 3; Occupational Education 
4; Youth Power 2. 



KIRK DOUGLAS BAILEY 
Key Club 2,3,4. 



ROBERT L. BAKER Bobby 

AFS 4; Boys Swim Leader 4; Medical Careers 
Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Plays 2; 
Student Council 2; World Affairs Club 2. 



Dan 



MARY ANN BALASKO 
G.A.A. 2. 



TONY ARTHUR BANAS 



Tony 

KURT KONRAD BANFORD Kurt 

Aviation 4; Football 3,4; Foremen Club 3,4; 
Indoor Track 2,3; Lighting Crew 2,3,4; Movie 
Club 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3; P. A. Club and 
Audio Aids 2,3,4; Plays 3,4; Stamp Club 3; 
Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Theater Guild 2,3,4. 

ARLEEN BARBATO R 

Folk Club 2. 

CINDY BARBISH Cindy 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Se- 
nior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spectrum Club 



DOUGLAS EDWARD BARNES Doug 

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

DOUGLAS EDWARD BARRY Doug 

Astronomy Club 4; Big Show 2,3,4; Camera 
Club 4; E-Room Exec. Bd. 4; Euclidian Busi- 
ness Staff 4; I.Q.S. 4; Lettermen Club 3,4; 
Lighting Crew 2,3,4; Movie Club 2,3,4; P. A. 
Club and Audio Aids 2,3,4; Plays 2,3,4; Se- 
nior Scandal 4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Theater 
Guild 3,4; J.V. Tennis 3. 

JUDY LYNN BASA Judy 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; Girls Basketball 2; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Ski Club 2,3; Spirits Club 4. 

BRIAN FRANK BATISTA Brian 

Boys Gym Leader 3; Football 4; Lettermen 
Club 4; Weight Lifting Club 3. 

THOMAS ROBERT BAUER Tom 

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

JUDITH LYNN BAUR Judy 

Majorette Club 2. 

LINDA SUSAN BEADLE Beadle 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; G A.A. 3; 
I.Q.S. 3.4; National Honor Society 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits Club 
2,3. 



ROBERT FRANK BECK Bob \ 

Kids For Earth 4; Fishing Club 2; National i 

Honor Society 4; Ski Club 3. ! 

DOUG K. BEHRENDS Turtle 

Big Show 2,3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; i 

Eucuyo 4; I.Q.S. 4; Lettermen Club 3.4; Movie ' 

Club 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; P. A. Club and 
Audio Aids 2,3,4; Plays 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 
4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; J.V. Tennis 2; Theater 
Guild 3,4; Lighting Crew 2,3,4. ', 

KAREN ANN BELAVICH Karen 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; I 

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



CYNTHIA RAE BELL 
JOHN MICHAEL BENDA 



John 



RICHARD MICHAEL BENDURE Horse 

Big Show 3,4; Concert Band 2; Junior Class 
Executive Bd. 3; Key Club 2.3.4; First Vice- 
President 3,4; Marching Band 2.3.4; Movie 
Club 3.4; National Honor Society 4; P. A. 
Club and Audio Aids 3,4; Pep Band 4; Or- 
chestra 2,3,4; Spirits Club 3; Indoor Track 2; 
Symphonic Band 3,4; Talent Scouts 2.3; Ten- 
nis 2,3,4; Youth Council on Human Relations 



NANCY JEANNE BENEDUM Nancy 

Friendship Club 2; Girls Cadet Choir 2; 
Mixed Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Spirits 
Club 2; Student Council 4. 

ALICE MARIE BENKO Alice 

C.O.E. 3,4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2,4. 

MICHAEL J. BENNETT Mike 

Chess Club 2,3,4; Distributive Education 3,4; 
Foremen Club 4; Movie Club 2; J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Weight Lifting Club 2,3.4. 

DENNIS ALAN BENVENUTO Denny 

Boys Gym Leader 3; Baseball 2,3; Lettermen 
Club 2,4; Football 2,3,4; Weight Lifting Club 
3; Wrestling 4. 

LINDA MARIE BERGLUND Lynn 

Girls Cadet Choir 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits Club 4. 

MICHAEL ROBERT BERGMAN Mike 



JANICE ELIZABETH BERRY Jan 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3.4; Copy Editor 4; 
Humanities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Secretary 4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Spirits Club 2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 



KEITH BERLAN 
JEFFREY ALAN BERZIN 
FREDERICK JAMES BESSEL 



Keith 
Jeff 
Fred 



LINDA SUSAN BEZIK Linda 

Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4. 

BRUCE DANIEL BIDDLE Diff 

Aviation Club 3; Choral Masters 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; Varsity Chorale 4. 



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THOMAS R. BLACKFORD 
ROSEMARY BLANKENSHIP 
DENISE K. BLATNIK 



Tom 

Rosemary 

Denise 

Tom 



ROBERT PHILLIP BLAZUNAS Bob 

Boys Swim Leaders 4; Movie Club 2.3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Plays 2,3,4; Soccer 4. 

SARAH IRENE BLOCK Sarah 

HENRY ANTHONY BOCZEK Hank 

NICHOLAS JAE BOHR Nick 

Key Club 2; Movie Club 2,3,4. 

BARBARA ANN BOLDEN Barb 

C.O.E. 4; Majorette Club 2; Student Council 
2. 

DEBORAH SUSAN BOLON Debbie 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 
2; Survey Business Staff 4. 

DIRK E. BOOMS Dirk 

Basketball 3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Cross 
Country 4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Lettermen 
Club 2,3,4; President 4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 



ANNA BOREAVE 

CARL R. BORK 

DEBORAH KAY BOSHER 

DONNA HELEN BOSHER 

TERRY BOSHER 

BONNIE LYNN BOTTS 
G.A.A. 2. 



Anna 

Carl 

Debbie 

Fidget 

Terry 

Bonnie 



BEVERLY DIANE BOWERS Bev 

Choral Masters 3,4; Medical Careers Club 3; 
Mixed Choir 2. 



j COLLEEN MARY BOYLE Colleen 

j Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; Business 

; Manager 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor Soci- 

I ety 3,4. 



PATRICIA A. BOZAK B 

C.O.E. 4; Treasurer 4; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Bu 
ness Staff 4. 



DENNIS PATRICK BRADY 
CAROL LEE BRAIDICH 



Denny 
Mary 



KEVIN LLOYD BRAIN Kevii 

Key Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4 
Spirits Club 3,4. 

TERESA MARIE BRANCA Terr 



ARTHUR BREWER 



MARIE BEATRICE BRINKO 



Marie COLLEEN MARIE CARROLL 



CYNTHIA ANN BRIZES Cindy 

Ad Club 4; Big Show 3,4; Friendship Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; Plays 3; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Student Council 4. 

CHERYL LYNN BRODERICK Cheri 

G.A.A. 2; Girls Field Hockey 3; Humanities 
East 3,4; Medical Careers Club 4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Spirits Club 2,3; Student Council 4. 

DAVID H. BRODOWSKI Brad 

Cross Country J.V. Cross Country 2; Hockey 
Club 2,3; Plays 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits Club 
2,3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 

ANN ELIZABETH BRONAKA Ann 

Friendship Club 2. 

ELAINE JANET BRONAKA Elaine 

A.F.S. 3; Friendship Club 3,4; Vice-President 
3; President 4; National Honor Society 4. 

DAVID LAWRENCE BROOKS Slash 

Key Club 2,3,4; Weight Lifting Club 4. 

RONALD LEWIS BROW Maynard 

Hockey Club 2,3; Key Club 2,3; Marching 
Band 2,3; Plays 2; Ski Club 2,3; Symphonic 
Band 3,4. 



MICHAEL D. BRUENING 



Mike 



BRENT MICHAEL BUCKLEY Brent 

E-Room Executive Bd. 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Senior Class Cabinet 4; President 
4; Ski Club 2; Senior Scandal 4; Student 
Council 2,3,4; J.V. Swimming 2; J.V. Football 
2; Winter Festival Committee 3,4. 



LYNN MARIE BUDNAR 
GAIL L. BULICK 



Lynn 
Gail 



WILLIAM A. BURKE Bill 

J.V. Cross Country 3; Gymnastics 3,4; Indoor 
Track 2; Outdoor Track 2. 

JAMES STEVEN BURNS Jimi 

Lettermen Club 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; J.V. Ten- 
nis 2. 



JUDITH CAIN Judy 

Ad Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Choral Mas- 
ters 4; Mixed Choir 3. 

LAWRENCE ALAN CAINE Larry 

DEBRA ANN CALDRONE Debbie 

Euclidian Business Staff 3; I.Q.S. 3. 

MARGARET ELLEN CAMERON Margaret 

DIANE ESTHER CARLSON Diane 

Wai Napolo 3,4; Student Secretary 3,4. 

WILLIAM RICHARD CARLSON Uncle Willie 

MELISSA LYNN CARMANY Missy 

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

SUSAN ADELE CARMITCHEL Sue 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Big Show 3; Choral Masters 
3; Girls Cadet Choir 2; Varsity Chorale 4; 
Spirits Club 3. 



Colleen 

ALAN R. CASEY Big Al 

Choral Masters 3,4; Football 4; Spirits Club 

4; Student Council 3; J.V. Swimming 2;. 
Weight Lifting Club 4. 



JANET CASTLE 



Janet 



JANIE SUE CATHCART Cat 

Friendship Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3. 
4; Girls Track 3; Mixed Choir 2; National Ho- 
nor Society 4. 



• 



MARY ROSE CEFARATTI 
JOANNE CENTA 
KATHLEEN ETHEL CERR 
DALE EDWARD CESEN 



Mary 

Joanne 

Kathy 

Sunshine 



YVES JEAN CHABAL Yves 

A.F.S. 4; Choral Masters 4; Foreign Exchange 
Student 4; Science Seminar 4; Soccer 4; Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff 4. 



RICHARD ALLEN CHASE 
MAXINE CHAZANOFF 



Dick 
Maxine 
Debbie 

Vickie 



MICHAEL G. CHLEBIK Spik 

Chess Club 2,3,4; Captain 3,4; Big Show 3,' 
National Honor Society 4; Orchestra 2,3,' 
Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; Va 
sity Chorale 4; Lab Assistant 2,3. 

RICHARD H. CHRZANOWSKI SI 

Golf Club 3. 



DAVID WAYNE CIFRANIC 
Spirits Club 4. 

PAMELA C. CIFRANIC 
G.A.A. 2; Spirits Club 4. 

DALE EDWARD CIGOY 
J.V. Wrestling 2. 

CURTIS ANTHONY CiPRIAN 

MICKI CIPRIANI 
Spectrum Club 2. 

VICKI CIPRIANI 
Spectrum Club 2. 

HAROLD H. CLARK 
Cross Country 2; Soccer 2,3. 

GLENN ROBERT CLINE 

RUSSELL J. CODDINGTON 

Baseball 4; J 

2,3. 



Cif 

Pam 

Crazy Dale 

Curt 
Micki 



Russ 
J.V. Swimming 



JOSEPH ANTHONY COLANTONIO Alphonso 

RITA CHARMAINE COLBOCH Rita 

THOMAS ALLEN COLE Tom 

Pep Band 4; Swimming 4; J.V. Swimming 2, 
3; Swim Leader 3,4. 

JERRY RICHARD COLLINS Jerry 



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CONSTANCE ELIZABETH COLT Connie 

Metal Sculpturing Club 3,4; Theater Guild 4; 
Voices of Art 4. 

Cindy 



ERIC COPPERS Eric 

JOHN CONSTANTINE COPPERS John 

PETER JAMES COWAN Pete 

ALAN BOYD COX Al 

MARGARET ANNA COX Meg 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Eu- 
cuyo 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 
4; Kids For Earth 4; Chairman of Art Com- 
mittee 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Senior 
Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 
Club 4; Student Council 4. 

DONALD WILLIAM CRAWFORD Broomstick 
Choral Masters 4; Humanities East 4; Key 
Club 3; Ski Club 3,4; Student Council 4. 



PAMELA ANN CROANING Pam 

A.F S. 4; Friendship Club 3,4; FT. A. 4; G.A.A, 
2,3; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 4. 

BETH MARIE CUNNINGHAM Beth 

F.T.A. 3; Movie Club 3,4; P. A. Club and Audio 
Aids 3,4; Plays 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

MARILYN A. CUP Marilyn 

Friendship Club 3.4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Ski 
Club 2,3. 

KIM LESLIE CURTIS Kim 

DEBRA LYNN CUTSHALL Debbie 

Ad Club 3.4; Distributive Education Club 4; 

Friendship Club 2; Spirits Club 3; Student 
Council 2. 



National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Science Seminar 3,4; Spirits Club 3; 
Girls Volleyball 2,3.4; Girls Basketball 2: 
Girls Track 3. 

JEFFREY DEMPSEY DAVIS SeFius 

Lettermen's Club 3; Football 3,4; Indoor 
Track 3; Outdoor Track 3. 



DALE PAUL DECKER 



Dah 



KENNETH CVETIC 



PATRICIA ANN DALTON 
F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2. 



MARK ANTHONY DANIELS 



Indi! 



Mar 



LESLIE JEAN D'ANNA Les 

G.AA. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; G.L.C. 3.4; 
Executive Board 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits Club 3.4; President 4; Student Council 
2.3.4; Mixed Choir 3; Choral Masters 4. 

LAURA K. DAUCHY Dauch 

G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 
2.3; Swim Leader 3.4; Swim Show 3.4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Choral Masters 3.4; Wai Napolo 3. 
4; Secretary 4. 

JOHN DAUBANSPECK John 

ROY A. DAUGHERTY Lee Roy 

A.F.S. 2; Kids for Earth 4; President 4. 

DAVID ALAN DAVIES Dave 

F.B.L.A. 4; Lettermen's Club 2.3,4; Indoor 
Track 2.3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 

FAY ALLYSON DAVIS Fay 

Friendship Club 3; G.A.A 2.3.4; M.C C. 4; 



STEVE GORDON DEEMER Deem 

Camera Club 2; Chess Club 2.3,4; President 
4; Key Club 3; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Movie 
Club 3,4; Plays 3.4; Psychology Club 4; 
Science Seminar 3; Lighting Crew 3.4; J.V. 
Basketball 2; Cross Country 2.3.4; Indoor 
Track 3; Outdoor Track 4. 

Mike 



DANIEL DE MICHELE Dan 

DIANE LOUISE DEMING Dem 

Majorettes Club 3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Student Council 4. 

KATHLEEN A. DE MINICO Kathy 

Kids for Earth 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 
2. 

Sue 

WILLIAM STEVEN DENSMORE Bill 

JOSEPH MATTHEW DERESKA Injun Joe 

THOMAS DERESKA Tom 

DENISE ANN DEROCCO Denise 

G.A.A. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 3; 
Spirits Club 3.4; Student Council 4; Winter 
Festival Court 4. 

Don 
Donna 

RICHARD P. DEVOR Dick 

GAYLE ANN DEZELON Rail 

BONNIE GAYLE DIEHL Bonnie 

SUE ANNE DIEZIC Sue 

DANIEL JOSEPH Dl FRANCO Deigo 

Foremen's Club 3.4. 

DIANE ROSEMARY Dl LALLA Dee 

Friendship Club 3; Majorette Club 2. 

PAULETTE MARIE DISCENZ 
F.B.S.A. 4; Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2; Senior 
Scandal 4; Spirits Club 4; Student Supply 
Store 3.4; Manager 4. 



ROBERT A. DISSAUER 



Bob 



JOHANNA SAVINA Dl TIRRO Johanna 

Ad Club 4; F.T.A. 2,3.4; G.A.A. 2; National 
Honor Society 4; Senior Scandal 4. 

RANDY ALAN DOBLAR Doby 
Lettermen's Club 3,4; Weight Lifting Club 4; 

J.V. Football 2; Indoor Track 2.3.4; Outdoor 
Track 2.3,4. 



MARK PAUL DOBLEKAR Mark 

National Honor Society 4; Talent Scouts 3,4; 
Symphonic Band 3,4. 

MICHELLE ANN DOBRAY Mickey 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2.3.4; Plays 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spir- 
its Club 4; Student Council 4. 

WILLIAM THOMAS DOESBURG Bill 

Weight Lifting Club 4. 

JOHN ANTHONY DOGANIERO Dog 

Key Club 2,3; National Honor Society 4; 
Spirits Club 3; Weight Lifting Club 4; Wres- 
tling 4; J.V. Wrestling 2.3. 



JEFF C. DOLE 



Jeff 



MARY LUCILLE DOLJACK Mary 

Friendship Club 2; E-Room Activities 4; Se- 
nior Scandal 4; Spirits Club 4; Student 
Council 3,4. 



SHEILA JANE DONNALLY 



Sheila 



DOLORES BETH DONNER Lauri 

Ad Club 2.3.4; F.T.A. 2.3.4; Majorette Club 
2.3; Plays 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Girls 
Track 3,4. 

" " " Val 



DALVATORE LOUIS DOTTORE Sal 

Football 3.4; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Wrestling 3. 

JULIE ANN DOUGHERTY Julie 
Chess Club 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Vol- 
leyball 4; Girls Basketball 3; Manager 3; 
Girls Tennis 3,4. 



JERRY LYNN DOWD 
GREG G. DRAKE 



Jerry 
Greg 



JANA SUE DREISBACH Jana 

Ad Club 2,3.4; J.V. Cheerleaders 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits Club 
3; Mixed Choir 2. 

LARRY A. DROZIN Droz 

Baseball 3.4; Hockey 4. 

MICHAEL EDWARD DRURY Mike 

Plays 4; Baseball 3; J.V, Baseball 2; J.V. 
Swimming 3. 

DANIEL B. DUCCA Duke 

Foremen's Club 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits Club 
3; Indoor Track 2. 

DORIS JEAN DUNBAR Dons 

Friendship Club 2.3.4; Secretary 4; G A.A 
3,4; National Honor Society 4. 

ROBERT 8 DUNKER Bob 

Lettermen's Club 2.3.4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 
Club 4; Swimming 2.3.4; Captain 4; J.V. Ten- 
nis 2. 



EILEEN MARIE DUNLAP 
JON HOOD DUCICHKO 



Eileen 
Head 



LAURIE JANE DUTKO Laurie 

Metal Sculpturing Club 3; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Voices of Art 2. 



JEANNE DUTROW 
VIRGINIA DUTY 



Jean 
Virginia 



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PETER EDWARD DYRZINSKI Pete 

ROBERT DALE ECKERMAN Bob 

JEAN MARIE EDDY Jean 

Kids for Earth 4; F.B.L.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A, 
3; M.C.C. 4; Psychology Club 4; Student 
Council 3; Youth Council on Human Relations 



CYNTHIA MARY ELMORE Peglegs 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; G.L.C. 
4; M.C.C. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Spirits Club 3,4; Student Council 
4; Youth Council on Human Relations 4. 



SHELIA LYNN FELDER 
Spirits Club 4. 



DEAN H. FENNELL 
Distributive Education Club 2,3,4. 



RONALD C. FERRATO 
DENISE FERRELL 



CATHY EILEEN FERRIS 
M.C.C. 4; Student Council • 



MARGAURITE ANN FICERE 



Sheila 

Dean 

Ron 
Denise 
Cathy 

Rete 



WILLIAM HOWARD EMERICK 



JOYCE LYNN ENSMINGER 
G.A.A. 3; Powder Puff Football 
Business Staff 3. 



JOAN GILCHRIST FIELDS Joanie 

Steve Friendship Club 2; Girls Athletic Association 
2,3; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Ski Club 
Kurt 2; Spirits Club 2. 

MARGARET LOUISE FIERLE Peggy 

Joyce A.F.S. 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Eucuyo 4; 
Survey Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; National Ho- 
nor Society 3,4; Plays 2,3,4; Ski Club 3; 
Theater Guild 3. 



CHARLENE ANN ERZEN 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
M.C.C. 3; Student Council 2. 



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



DERAL G. EURETIG Deral 

Key Club 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Spirits 
Club 3,4; J.V. Cross Country 2,3; Wrestling 
3,4; Co-Captain 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 

DIANE ELIZABETH FABIG Di 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Humanities 
East 4; National Federation of Students of 
German 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Ski 
Club 2,3; Theater Guild 3; Mixed Choir 2. 



ROBERTA ANN FIFFIK Bobbie 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 
3,4; Girls Field Hockey 2,4; Girls Volleyball 
2,4; Girls Basketball 2,4; Girls Track 2; Ma- 
jorette Club 2; Spirits Club 4; Student Supply 
Store 2,3,4. 



RICHARD WILLIAM FILSINGER 
Metal Sculpturing Club 2. 



Rick 



BRUCE RICHARD FINAN 
Braill 2; Intramurals 3,4 



DAVID FISHER 



Bruce 
Spirits Club 3,4. 



Dave 



KAY LOUISE FAGAN K edv^aRD WILLIAM FISHER III Butch 

Ad Club 2,3; Choral Masters 3; Friendship Le„ermen's Club 2,3,4; Football Varsity J V 

Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; Spirits Club 3,3,4; Indoor Track 2; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 

2; Student Council 3; Varsity Chorale 4. ^lub 3 4- Varsity Chorale 3,4. 



JANET ELLEN FAIN 

Girls Volleyball 4; Voices of Art 3. 

ELLEN FALCONE 

Girls Athletic Association 2; Gi 

Spirits Club 4. 

JOANNE FARAGOV 

Ski Club 2; Student Council 2. 

JOHN M. FARIZEL 



Jan 



ROBIN LEE FISHER Robin 

Cheerleaders 3,4; J.V. Captain 3; Girls Volley- 
ball 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; M.C.C. 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Student Council 2; 
Junior Class Activities 3. 



COLLEEN MAREE FLANAGAN 
Spirits Club 3,4. 



BRENDA JOYCE FLENDER 



Colleen 



SUSAN E. FARKAS Sue ^^^CY LEE FOLEY Red 

G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; ^q^ 3,3; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 



Spirits Club 2,3,4; Student Council • 



Club 2; Stage Crew ■ 



KATHERINE LOUISE FARRILL Kathy |_aURA ANNE FONDRAN Laune 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; ^pg 3. ^g ghow 2; Class Treasurer 4; 
Spirits Club 3. Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Na- 

tional Honor Society 4; Plays 2; Powder Puff 
PAMELA FASSINGER Pam pootball 4; Spirits Club 4; Student Council 



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

DIANE LEE FAUST Dianna 

ARLINE NANCY FAWCETT Arlyn 

MARCIA LEE FEIOCK Marcia 

Concert Band 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2,3; National Ho- 
nor Society 3.4; Symphonic Band 2,3. 



VIRGINIA JOYCE FELDEN 



Joyce 



2; Talent Scouts 2; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

JOAN ANN FORCE Joany 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; Let- 
termen Club 3; Plays 2; Powder Puff Football 
4; Spirits Club 4; Varsity Chorale 3,4. 

ROBERT JAMES FOSTER Fred 

Baseball 3,4; Baseball J.V. 2; Basketball 3,4; 
Basketball J.V. 2; Football Varsity 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 

TERRY DALE FOX Bassel 

Chess Club 2; Key Club 4; Sergeant at Arms 
4; Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Ski Club 2. 



LINDA FRANK Linda 

KURT RUSSELL FREY French Fry 

Lettermen Club 4; Swimming Varsity 3,4; J.V. 
Swimming 2. 

KENNETH FRIEDEL 



MICHAIL P. FRIMEL 
J.V. Baseball 2. 



Ken 
Friz 



SANDRA RUTH FROHLICH Zeko 

M.C.C. 4; Youth Council on Human Relations 



MARK FUERST Mark 

REGINA LYNN FULCOMER Gina 

JUDITH RUTH FULTON Judy 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Pow- 
der Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3,4. 

WILLIAM JOHN GABRIEL Bill 

Key Club 4; Spirits 3,4. 

LAUREL ANN GALPIN Laurie 

LAURIE ANN GARRETT Laur 

Big Show 3; Majorette Club 2,3; Orchestra 2, 



ROSEANNE T. GARUBO Roseanne 

F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 4; G.A.A. 2,3; National 
Honor Society 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 
2,3,4. 

Nancy 

CURTIS LEE GAST Scoot 

Denise 



JANET LEE GATES Jan 

C.O.E. 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Youth Power 2,3. 

JOANN CAROL GENELIUS JoAnn 

C.O.E. 4; Majorettes 2,3; Spirits 3. 

MARY L. GEPHART Mary 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; National Honor Society 4; 
Mixed Choir 2,3; Choral Masters 4. 

VICTORIA ELLEN GEPHART Vicky 

C.O.E. 4; Student Supply Store 2; Survey 
Business Staff 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Manager 4. 

ROBERT PAUL GERBETZ Gerb 

Campus Life 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Spirits 3,4; 
Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 4; Football 
4; Weight Lifting Club 4; Wrestling J.V. 2. 

Barb 
Denise 



SUE A. GLICK Sue 

F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Field Hockey 3. 



MARK GLINSKI Mark 

Band 2,3; Debate Team 4; N.F.L. 4; Football 
3,4, J.V. 3; Weight Lifting Club 4. 



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1 



2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2; 
Choral Masters 3,4. 

RICHARD GOLDSTEIN Rick 

Camera Club 4; Movie Club 3. 

DEREK M. GORG Derek 

Ski Club 4. 

DIANE SUELLEN GORNIK Dink 

Distributive Education Club 4, Secretary 4; 
G.A.A. 2. 

ELIZABETH GRAF Liz 

Majorette Club 2; National Honor Society 4; 
Spirits 3,4; Youth Council on Human Relations 



PAUL GRAHAM 



CHERYL ANN GREGA Cheryl 

National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 4. 

ROCHELLE ANN GREGORY Legs 

Majorette Club 3. 

CHARLES ROBERT GRIESHAMMER Chuck 
National Honor Society 4; Sviiimming 4, J.V. 
2,3, Captain 3; Soccer J.V. 2. 

TOM E. GRIFFIS 

AMY GRIFFITH 

ERIC M. GRIMSIC 



Griff 
Amy 
Eric 



FRANK MARTIN GROMLEY 



FRANCES WILBERTA HALE Birdie 

G.A.A. 2; Pink Panther Club 4. 

TERESA ANNE HALL Terry 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; 
Spirits 2,3; Girls Track 2; Junior Class Officer 
3; Junior Class Activities. 

NANCY EVA HALLER Nancy 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 4; F.T.A. 2. 
3,4, Executive Board 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Orchestra 2. 



MARK ADELBERT GROUDLE Wolfman 

Football 3,4, J.V. 2; Weight Lifting Club 3,4. 



RICH RAY GRYCAN Grike 

JOSEPH JOHN GRZINCIC Joe 

SANDRA LOUISE GUBANC Sandy 

F.T.A. 2; M.C.C. 2.3; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 

Club 3; Spirits 3; Student Council 2; Varsity 
Chorale 3,4. 

DIANE ANTOINETTE GUGLIOTTA Dianca 

C.O.E. 4, President 4; National Honor Society 
4; Ski Club 4. 

JON THEODORE GURRY Pig Knuckles 

RICHARD A. GUSKY Rich 

Foreman Club 4; Spirits 4. 

JOHN 8, GUSTETIC Butohie 

STAN T. GUSTETIC Stan 

Ski Club 4; Spirits 4. 

RICHARD W. GYDOSH Giddish 

Indoor Club 2; Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3,4; Lettermen Club. 

GLEN ALLEN HACH Willie 

Folk Club 2; Humanities East 4; Swimming 
2; Student Council 4 



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LOUIS A. HILLE Lou 

Ski Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
Soccer 3.4, Co-Captain 4. 



PAMELA SUE HOBE Pam 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 3; Majorette 
Club 3: Spirits 2.3.4; Youth Council 2.4; Girls 
Track 2. 



DEBRA ANN HANCOVSKY 
Spirits 4. 

HARRY HANDSHAW 

JEANETTE MARIE HANEY 

RICHARD CARL HANKO 

NANCY ANNE HANLON 

ARTHUR HARE 



Debbie 

Slimshaw 

Jeanette 

Rich 

Nancy 

Arthur 



DEBBIE LOUISE HARBST Debbie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Human- 
ities 4; M.C.C. 3,4, President 4; National Ho- 
nor Society 3,4; Student Council 2.4; E-Room 
Committee 4. 



JOHN A. HARPS 



BETH HARRIS 
Majorettes Club 2,3,' 



Shif'T 
Beth 



DEBBIE LEE HARRISON Debbie 

Cheerleaders 4; Friendship Y-Teens, Spirits 
4; Mixed Choir 2; J.V. Cheerleader 3. 

TERRI L. HARRISON Terri 

ROBERT HAROLD HAVREBERG Bob 

F.T.A. 3. Vice-President 4; Psychology Club 
4; Science Seminar 2.3,4. 

PATRICIA ELLEN HAZLETT Wuffy 

Kids For Earth 4. 

DANNY L. HEDGECOCK Dan 

Baseball 3,4, Manager 3,4. 

FREDERICK PATRICK HEINTZ Fred 

A.F.S. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Humanities 3,4: 
I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Ski 
Club 3; Student Council 2; Survey Editorial 
Staff 2,3,4; Boy's State Representative. 

KATHLEEN ELIZABETH HELMICK Kathy 

F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Wai Napolo 3.4. 

LISA E. HENDERSHOT Lisa 

SANDRA JANE HENDERSHOT Sandi 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; National Honor Society 4; 
Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Mixed Choir 2,3; Choral 
Masters 4; Girls Field Hockey 2. 



KARL L. HENSON 
World Affairs Club 2. 



ROBERT ALAN HERRICK 
Weight Lifting Club 4. 



CAROL ANN HESS 



CATHERINE A. HILL 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; Senior Scandal 

Club 2. 



LUANNE THERESE HOCEVAR 



RONALD STEWART HOLCOMBE 
Camera Club 2; Foreman Club 4. 



Karl 



Hessy 
Cathy 



VICKI JEAN HOLLIS 



NANCY HOLLOMAN 
ELIZABETH ANNE HOLMES 
SANDRA WYNELLE HOLMES 
CRAIG F. HOOVER 
DONNA JEAN HOPTON 



Leeny 
Ron 
Vicki 



Liz 

Sandy 
Craig 
Donna 



JANE NANCY HOSPODAR Jane 

Euclidian Editorial Staff, Identification Staff 
3, Editor 4; Eucuyo 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
G.L.C. 3,4, Secretary 4; I.Q.S, 3.4; National 
Honor Society 3.4, Vice-President 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2; 
Voices of Art 2; Youth Council 4; Girls Field 
Hockey 3; Girls Volleyball 3.4; Girls Basket- 
ball 2.3,4. 

KENNETH ALAN HOWE Ken 

Key Club 4. 

JAMES LLOYD HOWELL Jim 

Spirits Club 4; Student Council 3.4. 

JIM MARTIN HRASTAR The Turtle 

Weight Lifting Club 4; Hockey Club 3.4. 

LYNNE D. HRASTAR Lynne 

THOMAS HRIVNAK Tom 

SUSAN MARIE HRNYAK Monkey 

School Mascot 2.3.4. 

IGNAZ HUBER Naz 

International Exchange Student; A.F.S. 4; 
Letterman Club 4; Ski Club 4; Student Supply 
Store 4; Choral Masters 4; Soccer Team 4. 

LORELYN HOPE HUDEC Lorelyn 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A, 2.3.4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Braille Club 4; Girls Field Hockey 2.3; Girls 
Volleyball 2.3; Girls Basketball 2,3.4 



COLLEEN HULL 



Colleen 



SHARON SUE HUMPAL Hump 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 4; Wai Napolo 2,3, 

KATHLEEN MARIE HUMPHREY Kathy 

A.F.S. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Friendship Y- 
Teens 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; 



N.F.L. 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Plays 
2,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff 3,4; Youtti Power 3; A-V 



AMY ELISE HUNGERFORD Elise 

N.F.L. 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Spec- 
trum Club 2.3,4, Vice-President 3, President 
4; Student Supply Store 4; Cadet Choir 2; 
Cfioral Masters 3,4. 



THOMAS JERAN 
FRANK JERIC 



Tom 
Frank 



DAVID HUNNELL 



Dave 



MARK FRANCIS JOCHUM Joc 

Key Club 3; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor 
Track 2,3,4. 



SANDRA LEE HURWITCH Sandy 

Pink Panther Club 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski 
Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 4. 

NICK JAMES lAFlGLIOLA Mafia Nick 

Chess Club 2,3; Fishing Club 3; Intramurals 
2,3.4; National Honor Society 3,4; Plays 3,4; 
Student Council 2,3,4; Wrestling 4. 

NOAH PATRICK lAFIGLIOLA Ark 

Chess Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4; Astronomy 
Club 4; E-Room Exec. Board; F.T.A. 3; Intra- 
murals 2,3,4; Junior Class Activities 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Plays 3; Student 
Council 2,3.4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Se- 
nior Class Activities 4; Indoor Track 3. 

DENISE MANE ICKE Niece 

Cadet Choir 2; M.C.C. 2,3; Secretary 3; 
Mixed Choir 3; Girls Field Hockey 3; Choral 
Masters 4. 

ANTHONY INDIANO Tony 

TODD JOSEPH IRVINE TJ 

Marching Band 2. 

ROBERT LOUIS IVANCIC Ivy 

Marching Band 2; Movie Club 2; Ski 2; Spir- 
its 2. 

ANNETTE KATHERINE JAKSE Ajax 

Braille Club 2,4; President 4; Kids for Earth 
4; Spirits Club 4; Mixed Choir 2,3; Choral 
Masters 4. 

MARILYN ANNETTE JAKSIC Mar 

G.A.A. 4; Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spir- 
its Club 2,3; Student Council 4. 

VIRGINIA LEAH JAKUBEN Ginny B 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Talent 
Scouts 3. 

JERRY JAMES Jerry 

LINDA MARLENE JANCIGAR Linda 

C.O.E. 4. 

WILLIAM R. JANES Bill 

Ice Hockey Club 4; President 4; Gym Leader 
3; Swim Leader 4; Swimming 3. 

DAVID LEE JARCHOW Chow 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Plays 
2; Science Seminar 2,3; N.F.S.G. 4. 

BONNIE LEE JAROS Bonnie 

C.O.E. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Majorette Club 3; Student 
Supply Store 3; Survey Business Staff 4. 

HARRY PATRICK JEFFRIES Harry 

Camera Club 3,4; Movie Club 3,4; Pep Band 
4; Plays 3,4; Survey Business Staff 3,4; Sur- 
vey Editorial Staff 4; Concert Band 2; Sym- 
phonic Band 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Or- 
chestra 3,4; Pit Orchestra 3,4. 



HARRY JOHNSON 
RICHARD JOHNSON 
DOUGLAS JONES 
JENNIFER JONES 



Harry 
Richard 

Doug 
Jennifer 



LYNNE CAROL JONES Lynne 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Ski 
Club 2,3; Junior Achievement 3,4. 

ROBERT J. JOST John 

J.V. Football 2; Football 3.4. 



ALBERT MICHAEL JULIAN JR. Al 

Ski Club 4; Secretary 4; Student Council 4; 
Golf 3.4. 

MARGARET EDITH JURATOVAC Peggy 

F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey Business 
Staff 2,3, 



CAROLANN KAHN 



Carol 



KEVIN MICHAEL KELLEY Skote 

Boys Gym Leader 2,3; Marching Band 2,3; 
Key Club 2; Lettermen Club 4; Wrestling 4; 
J.V. Wrestling 2,3. 

MARC I. KELLNER Marc 

Astronomy Club 3,4; Humanities 3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Lieutenant Governor 3; Secre- 
tary 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Science 
Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 2; Student Supply 
Store 2. 

ARLENE KEMEJAK Brains 

Big Show 3,4; Concert Band 2,3; Camera 
Club 2,3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; March- 
ing Band 2,3; Orchestra 2,4; National Honor 
Society 4; Plays 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Spirits Club 2,3.4; Youth 
Council on Human Relations 3; Junior Class 
Activities 3. 

TERRY EDWARD KEMERER 



KEITH ALLEN KEMPKE K 

Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; Hockey Club- 
Indoor Track 3; Lettermen Club 2,3,4; Spfi 



GEORGENE ELIZABETH KALAPODIS George 
Choral Masters 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Junior 
Class Activities 3; Mixed Choir 2,3; Plays 3, 
4; Senior Class Activities 4; Ski Club 3; Spir- 
its 4; Student Council 4. 

AVA MERLE KAPLOWITZ Av 

F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; National Forensic 
League 4. 



SUSAN MARY KARDELL Sue 

Youth Power 2,3. 

RENEE KARICH Popps 

G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 3; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

STEVE KEN KASELAK Steve 

Big Show 2,3,4; Junior Class Activities 3; 
Plays 2,3r Senior Class Activities 4; Student 
Council 2,3,4; Vice-President 4. 

TONI ELAINE KAVON Toner 

MARTIN F. KEARNS Marty 

Automotive Club 3. 

NANCY MAE KEAY Sonny 

Braille Club 2,3; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 3; Red 
Cross Club 2; Spectrum Club 2,3,4; President 
3; Survey Business Staff 2,3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3,4; Voices of Art 3; World Affairs Club 
2,3; Secretary 3; Mixed Choir 2,3, 

KEVIN ARTHYR KEHRES Kevin 

Big Show 2,3,4; Humanities 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; P. A. Club and 
Audio Aids 3,4; Plays 2,3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3,4; Tri-Editor 4; Choral Masters 3; 
Varsity Chorale 4; J.V. Cross Country 2; Or- 
chestra 3,4. 



KEVIN W. KEOUGH 

WAYNE MARK KETCHUM 
Outdoor Track 4; Wrestling ^ 

DWIGHT W. KEYES 



ROBERT JAMES KEYES Uncle Bob 

Movie Club 3; P.A. Club and Audio Aids 3,4; 
Plays 2. 

ALAN RUSSELL KIDD Al 

Baseball 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; Basketball 3,4; 
Captain 4; jiV. Basketball 2; Captains 2; Let- 
termen Club 4; National Athletic Scholarship 
3,4; Student Council 2. 




Joy 



JOYCE KIKOL 

C.O.E. 4; National Honor Society 4. 

GAYL ANN KIMBERLY Lt. F. 

G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3; 
Spirits 3,4; Student Council 4. 

JOSEPH W. KIMOSH Joe 

Junior Class Activities 3; President 3; Key 
Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pow- 
der Puff Football Coach 4; Spirits 2,3. 

DEBORAH LOUISE KING Debbie 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 4; Big Show 
2,3; National Honor Society 4; Plays 2,3,4; 
Mixed Choir 3; Student Council 2; Majorette 
Club 2; Swim Leader 3; Youth Council 4; 
Chairman 4. 

CAROL LEE KINKELAAR Kink 

Cadet Choir 2; F.T.A. 2; Spirits 3,4; Youth 
Council 4. 

LESLIE KINSLEY 



PATRICIA ANN KIPP 
Youth Council 4. 



WENDY S. KLEIN 

Distributive Education 4; Spirits 2. 



DARLENE JANET KLEMENCIC 
Friendship Club 2; Spirits 2,3,4. 



Leslie 
Kipper 



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JENNIFA KLOPOVIC Jennlfa 

Braille Club 2; F.T.A. 4; Library Page 3.4; 
Choral Masters 3,4. 

DONNA LYNNE KNAUSZ Skinny 

ROBERT ALLEN KNIGHT Bob 

Concert Band 2.3; Key Club 2.3.4; Marching 
Band 2.3. 

JANET RUTH KNOWLES Janet 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2.3,4; Secretary 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Humani- 
ties East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 3; National Ho- 
nor Society 3,4; Spirits Club 2; Eucuyo 4; 
Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 4; Mixed 
Choir 3. 



HOLLY LYNN KNOF 

MARY T. KOCHEVAR Mar 

Friendship Club 2. 

CHARLENE ROSEMARY KOCI Char 

KATHLEEN ANN KOCIN Kalhie 

G.AA. 3; Girls Volleyball 2; Pink Panthers 
2,3; Wai Napolo 4; Braille Club 4. 

SANDI MARIE KOCINSKI Sandi 

National Honor Society 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Student Council 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3; 
Youth Council 4; Secretary 4. 



MICHAEL E. LAMONT Mike 

J V, Swimming 2. 

ALFRED DAVIS LAND Fred 

Astronomy Club 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Ser- 
geant 4; Movie Club 2.3,4; Lighting Crew 2; 
Pit Orchestra 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep 
Band 2.4; Plays 2.3.4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; 
Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Stage Manager 2,3,4; 
Theatre Guild 3,4. 

SHELLY JERRINE LANE Shelly 

Ad Club 4; F.T.A. 2,4; G.L.C, 3,4; President 
4; National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Student Council 4. 



CAROLE ANN LANG Carole 

G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits 2,3.4; Student 
Holly Council 2. 

Mar HERBERT ERIC LARSON Herbie 

Cinema Club 4. 



CYNTHIA M. LASEAK Cindi 

Spirits 2.3. 

NANCY LEAH LASER Nancy 

Ad Club 3; Cheerleaders 3; J.V. Captain 3; 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2.4; G.A.A. 2; G.L.C. 
4; National Honor Society 4; Spirits 3.4; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3,4; Voices of Art 2; Senior 
Class Activities; Vice-President 4. 



GEORGIANNA KOHUT 
JOHN KOMAR 



George 
John 



cuyo 3,4; Assistant Editor 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Mar- 
ching Band 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
President 4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 

MARY LOU LICKERT Mary Lou 

E-Room Exec. Bd. 4; Concert Band 2; G.A.A, 
2,3; Pit Orchestra 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Marching Band 2,3.4; Spirits 
2.3; Symphonic Band 3,4; Theater Guild 3; 
Wai Napolo 3,4; Historian 4. 

MARY LOUISE LICKERT Mary Lou 

Concert Band 2; Humanities East 4; March- 
ing Band 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Symphonic Band 3,4; Voices of Art 2,3,4; 
President 4; World Affairs Club 3,4; Presi- 
dent 4. 

PAMELA JEAN LIDDY Pam 

Majorette Club 3: Spirits 4; Student Council 
4; Survey Art Staff 4. 

KURT PAUL LIEBER Kurt 

Basketball 3; Indoor Track 3; Outdoor Track 
3.4; Soccer 4. 

KENNETH ALLYN LIPSTREUER Lippy 

Key Club 2. 

BARBARA JOAN LISKO Barb 

F.T.A. 4; National Honor Society 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3; Spirits 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 3. 

NANCY ANN LJUBI Nancy 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 
3; Spirits 3,4; Youth Council 4. 



MIKE PAUL KOTLAR Nubby 

Coin Club 3; Fishing Club 3; Youth Council 



MARY ANN KOVACIC Mary Ann 

Student Supply Store 2,3,4. 

GEORGINA KOVACICH George 

Eucuyo 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 
3,4; Humanities 3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4. 

MICHELLE ANNETTE KOVESDI Shelly 

Braille Club 2,4; Secretary 4; Mixed Choir 2, 
3; Spirits 3. 

STANLEY THOMAS KOZEL Stosh 

Baseball 3; J.V Baseball 2,3; Football 3; J.V. 
Football 2,3; Key Club 2; Lettermen Club 2; 
Spirits 3,4. 



BERNARD KOZLOWSKI 



jernie 



JULIE LYNN KRALL Goof 

Majorette Club 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum Club 2; Spirits 



NORMAN J. KRAMER 
JOHN A. KREBS 



Norm 
John 



VALDIS EDGAR KREBS Wally 

Astronomy Club 4; Fishing Club 3; Intramu- 
rals 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4. 

RUSSELL CHARLES KUCINSKI Ku 

Baseball 3,4; J.V Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 
2; Football 3.4; Key Club 3.4; Spirits 4. 

MELANIE J. KUKLICA Melanie 

VIRGINIA M. KUMEL Ginny 

M.C.C. 2,3; Treasurer 3; Spirits 2,3,4. 



LAURA MARIE LEACH Laura 

G.A.A. 2.3.4; Girls Field Hockey 2; Girls Ten- 
nis 2,3,4. 

MARYELLEN RYAN LEE Maryellen 

Folk Club 2; Kids for Earth 4; Metal Sculp- 
turing Club 3,4; Theater Guild 4; Voices of 



JEFFREY LEGAN Jeff 

DEBORAH FRANCES LELAND Debbie 

A.F.S. 3,4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; N.F.L. 3,4; 
Plays 4; Theater Guild 4. 

BETTY ANN LEMIEUX Betty 

AUDREY LYNN LEMKE Audi 

JANICE LESINSKY Liz 

KENNETH ALLEN LESKO Ken 

BLAINE R. LEWIS Lewie 

Camera Club 4; Marching Band 2,3; Orches- 
tra 2,3.4; Pep Band 3; Pit Orchestra 2,3.4; 
Radio Club 3.4; Vice-President 4; Symphonic 
Band 2.3. 

KENNETH RAYMOND LEWIS Louie 

Cross Country 4; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; 
Indoor Track 2.3.4; Lettermen Club 3,4; Out- 
door Track 2.3.4. 



Lyn 



MILDRED ANN LOHRI Millie 
Cadet Choir 2; Majorette Club 2; National 
Honor Society 4; Spirits 3. 

BRUCE M. LOMBARDI Bruce 

PATRICK A. LOMBARDO Pat 

Football 3,4; J.V, Football 2; Lettermen Club 
2,3,4. 

FRANCINE JEAN LOPEZ Fran 

PATRICIA EMILY LOUCH Patti 

Aviation Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; 
Student Council 4. 



VALERIE BETH LOVE 
KINNER RAY LOVEJOY 



Beth 
Kinner 



PHILIP L. LOVKA Phil 

Cross Country 4; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; 
Indoor Track 2,3,4; Lettermen Club 2,3,4; Out- 
door Track 2,3,4. 

CORINNE ANN LOVSIN Cory 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Cheer- 
leaders 3; Friendship Club 2: G.L.C. 4; Home- 
coming Court 2,4; Spirits 2. 

ROBERT C. LOWRY Bob 

E-Room Exec. Bd. 4; President 4; Humanities 
East 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; 
President 4: National Honor Society 3,4; Ski 
Club 2,3; Spirits 3. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL LUIKART Bill 

Swimming 4; J.V. Swimming 2,3. 



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MICHAEL J. LUNDER 



DONALD CARL LUSTRIK Don 

J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Key Club 



VICTOR THOMAS LUZAR Vic 

Intramurals 2,3,4; Key Club 2. 

SUZANNE MADDEN Sue 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Choral Masters 3,4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; I.Q.S. 4; M.C.C. 
3; Mixed Ctioir 2; National Honor Society 4. 

Hart 



SANDRA MALOVAC Sandy 

KATHLEEN S. MARIKIS Fish 

Friendship Club 2; President 2; G.A.A. 2; 
Junior Class Activities 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Class Activities 4; Talent 
Scouts 3; Varsity Chorale 4; Wai Napolo 4. 

NICHOLAS JOHN MARINO Nick 

Baseball 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; Football 4; 
Lettermen 4; N.A.S.S. 4. 

DENISE L. MARION Denise 

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



PETER MARKOVICH Pistol 

Big Show 4; P. A. and Audio Aids 2,3,4; Con- 
cert Band 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Movie 
Club 2.4; Orchestra 4; Swim Leader 4; Sym- 
phonic Band 2,3,4; Theater Guild 3,4; Presi- 
dent 4. 

HELEN MARTON Helen 

G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; Metal Sculpturing 
Club 4; Ski Club 3; Voices of Art 3,4. 

RONALD A. MARTUCCl Ron 

Lettermen Club 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; 
Weight Lifting Club 4; Wrestling 3,4; J.V. 
Wrestling 2. 

KATHLEEN ANN MASON Mace 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Volley- 
ball 2; N.F.L. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 
4; Junior Class Activities 3; Senior Class 
Activities 4. 

JANICE MARIE MATKO Kid 

Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Business Staff 
3,4; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Majorette Club 2; 
National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 3. 



2; Metal Sculpturing Club 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Spirits 2,3; Voices of Art 3; Youth 
Council 4. 

THOMAS STANLEY MC ARTHUR Tom 

J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3,4; J.V. Football 
2; Indoor Track 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Letter- 
men Club 3,4; N.A.S.S. 4; Outdoor Track 2,3, 
4; Spirits Club 3,4. 

MARY MCAULEY Pat 

Ad Club 4; C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Spirits 4. 

GARY LEONARD MC CLAVE Big Mac 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; J.V. 
Wrestling 3. 

MARK STEPHEN MCCLELLAND Mark 

Plays 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

TY HARRISON MC CUNN Ty 

J.V. Wrestling 3. 

CRAIG STEVEN MC DONOUGH Chipper 

Junior Class Activities 3; Vice-President 3: 
Key Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3; 
P. A. Club and Audio Aids 2,3; Senior Class 
Activities 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; 
Student Council 3,4. 

LAWRENCE JACK MC FADDEN Larry 

Lettermen Club 4; J.V, Soccer 2,3; Soccer 4; 
Co-Captain 4. 

DAVID MC KIBBEN Dave 

SUSAN KAY MC LAREN Sue 

Friendship Club 3; FT. A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Spirits 2,3. 

THOMAS JAMES MC LAUGHLIN Difficult 

RUTHANNE MARIE MC MEECHAN Ruthanne 

PETER CHRISTOPHER MC NEILL Pete 

Weight Lifting Club 4. 



SANDRA MILLER 



Sandy 



MICHAEL MAXWELL 



SUZANNE MARIE MAXWELL Suzie 

F.T.A. 4; Kids for Earth 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



MARY ANNE MAYOCK Mary 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Kids 
for Earth 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Wai 
Napolo 3,4. 



ANDREW W. MC RAINEY 



Andy 



TIMOTHY I. MILLER Tim 

J.V. Basketball 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Foot- 
ball 2; Indoor Track 3; Lettermen Club 3,4; 
Mixed Choir 2; National Honor Society 4; 
Outdoor Track 3; Spirits 4. 

REBECCA C. MINIS Becky 

Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Youth 
Council 4. 

MARLENE M. MIRTIC Marlene 

Braille Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Spirits 4; Student 
Supply Store 2,3. 

LOU ANN MISHIC Lou Ann 

Eucuyo 3; Movie Club 2; National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 



PATRICK MICHAEL MC REDMOND Frog 

J.V. Basketball 2; Powder Puff Football Coach 
4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

JAMES WAYNE MC VEY Jim 

TOM E. MEASLES Mumps 

SUSAN MARIE MEDVES Sue 

F.B.L.A. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski 
Club 2,3; Spirits Club 3. 

CHRISTINE F. MEHLER Chris 

Distributive Education 4; Youth Council 2,3. 



Mike LOUISE STELLA MELNICK 



WILLIAM ANTHONY MEO Bill 

A.F.S. 3,4; Astronomy Club 3,4; Chess Club 
2; Coin Club 2,3; Vice-President 3; Humani- 
ties East 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Psychology Club 4. 



PAMELA L. MERRITT 
Voices of Art 3; Secretary 3. 



WILLIAM P. MICHAL 



JOSEPH RICHARD MILLER 



Pam 



PAUL MISTRETTA 



Paul 



MARILYN ANNE MITCH Mar 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 
2; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Spirits Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Talent 
Scouts 4. 

ELAINE MARIE MOG Elaine 

Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Marching Band 2,3; 
Orchestra 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski 
Club 2; Spirits 2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; 
Theater Guild 3. 

PAUL VICTOR MOHORICH Paul 

Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Spirits 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; J.V. Swimming 2,3. 



CAROL ROSE MOLINARO 



Carol 



STEVYNNE MONROE Stevie 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3; Eucuyo 4; 
Euclidian Business; Staff 4; F.T.A. 3,4; M.C.C. 
4; Big Show 3,4; Senior Scandal 3,4; Student 
Council 4; Talent Scouts 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 

KENNETH DALE MONSMAN Moon 

Intramurals 3,4; National Honor Society 4; 
Ski Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; Spirits Club 3,4. 



PATRICIA MOORE Pat 

CATHERINE DIANE MORABITO Cathy 

Majorettes 3,4; Captain 4; Majorette Club 2; 
Plays 2; Talent Scouts 2,3. 

SHARON MARIE MOREL Sharon 

Eucuyo 4; Poetry Editor 4; Friendship Club 
2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Baseball 
2,3,4; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Girls Track 2,3, 
4; Girls Volleyball 4; Humanities East 3,4; 
I.Q.S. 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3. 

CINDY MARIE MOTIKA Cindy 

Humanities East 4. 

MARSHA ANN MRAMOR Boss 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Editor-in-Chief 
4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; Historian 4; I.Q.S. 
3,4; Senior Scandal 4. 

JEAN LAURA MULLALLY Jean 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Basketball 2; Girls Field 
Hockey 2,3; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 3; Senior Scan- 
dal 4; Survey Business Staff 2,3. 



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STEPHEN MULLEN Steve 

COLLEEN FRANCES MULLENIX Colleen 

SUSAN LESLIE MULLIGAN Sue 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski 
Club 3; Spirits 4; Talent Scouts 3,4. 



IRENE MULVINAS Rene 

Majorette Club 2,3; Mixed Choir 2,3; Pink 
Panther Club 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Se- 
nior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 3,4; 
Voices of Art 2. 



JOSEPH MUNICI 



Mickey Mouse 



MARILYN MURG Murg 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3,4; C.O.E. 4; 
G.A.A. 3. 



CHARLES E MURPHY 



Murph 



MICHAEL MURPHY Murph 

Golf Team 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Lettermen 
Club 3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; National Honor Society 
4; Wrestling 3,4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 

LINDA SHARON MUSTAR Linda 

Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3,4; National 
Honor Society 4; Spectrum 3,4. 

MARILYN V. MYSLINSKI Slinkie 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorettes 4; 
Majorette Club 2,3; M.C.C. 2; Spirits 2. 



JAMES ALAN NADERER 



Jim 



RICHARD NAGODE Rich 

Baseball Manager 3,4; J.V. Baseball Manager 
2; J.V. Basketball Manager 2; Football Mana- 
ger 3; F.T.A. 4; Lettermen Club 3,4; National 
Honor Society 4; Mixed Choir 2. 



DARRELL STEPHEN NAGY 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 



Pudgy 



DARLENE LINDA NAINIGER Fair-Minded 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Kids for Earth 4. 

CAROL ANN NAPP Napper 

F.T.A. 3,4; Exec. Bd. 4; Friendship Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2,4; G.L.C. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 3; Student Council 2,4; Senior Class 
Activities. 



JAMES NARO 



DIANA THERESA NASS 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 



HOWARD ARTHUR NELSON 
Choral Masters 3,4; President 
2; Ski Club 2,4; Golf Team 4. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH NELSON 



Jim 



GORDON NETSCHKE Netch 

Golf Team 2,3,4; Captain 3.4; Key Club 2,3; 
Lettermen Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 
4; Swim Leader 3; Swimming 2,3,4. 

Dale 



LYNDA SUSAN NEVAR Lynn 

Big Show 3,4; Cadet Choir 2; Friendship 
Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Majorettes 3,4; Majorette 



Club 2.3,4; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 2.3.4; Varsity 


LESLIE PALLANTE Leslie 9 


Chorale 3,4. 


m 




LAURA M. PALUMBO Laura W 


NANCY KAY NEWMAN Nancy 


Distributive Education Club 4. 1 


Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Senior Class 


1 


Activities 4; Spirits 2. 


JOHN THOMAS PANA John ]I 




Letterman Club 4; National Honor Society 4; 


GEORGE ROBERT NEWTON Wayne 


Student Council 2; Football 3,4; J.V. Football 


Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen Club 


2. 


4; Spirits 2,3. 






PAMELA PARSONS P2 


DAVID P. NOLAN Dave 


Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2: Spirits Club 4. 


Camera Club 3,4; Coin Club 2,3; Treasurer 2; 




Vice-President 3; National Honor Society 4; 


WILLIAM S. PASCO Bill 


Ski Club 3,4; Student Council 2; Survey Edi- 


Letterman Club 4; National Honor Society 3; 


torial Staff 4. 


N.A.S.S. 3; Psychology Club 4; Choral Mas- 1, 




ters 3; Varsity Chorale 4; Wrestling 3,4; J.V. j 


JAMES NOVAKOVICH Jim 


Wrestling 2. ; 


DANIEL A. NOVINC Dan 


JOSEPH VINCENT PAVER Joseph 



ALICE MARIE NOVOTNY Alice 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; 
Majorette Club 2,3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 3. 

DEBRA ANN NUNGESSER Debby 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Track 
2.3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Class 
Activities 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 3,4. 



KATHLEEN MARIE OBERSTAR 



Kathi 



SANDRA JEAN OBLICH Sandra 

Kids for Earth 4; G.A.A. 3; N.F.L. 4; Spec- 
trum Club 4; Spirits 3; Student Council 4. 

EDITH JOAN OLIVER Joan 

Concert Band 2; E-Room Committee 4; Hu- 
manities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Pit Band 2; Spec- 
trum Club 2; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4: Edi- 
tor-in-Chief 4; Symphonic Band 3,4. 

TRUDY R. OLIVER Trudy 

F.T.A. 2,3; Humanities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4: 
National Honor Society 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 2,3.4; Mixed Choir 2. 

DORITA MARIE O'NEILL Dori 

Friendship Club 2: G.A.A. 2: Spirits Club 4; 
Mixed Choir 2. 

ROBERT ORLANDO Bob 

Spirits Club 4. 

DIANA T. OSTBERG Diana 

F.T.A. 2,3; National Honor Society 4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Junior Achievement. 

CYNTHIA LOUIS OTCASEK Cindy 

Ad Club 3.4; G.A.A. 2: National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits Club 3.4; 
Student Council 3.4; Secretary 4; Choral 
Masters 3,4. 



JAMES FRANCIS OTLOWSKI Jim 

A.F.S. 2.3,4; Astronomy Club 3,4; Kids for 
Mike Earth 4; National Honor Society 4; Youth 
Council on Human Relations 4. 



FREDERICK LLOYD OWEN 
Movie Club 3. 



Fred 



JOHN ANTHONY PAUL John Paul 

Astronomy Club 4; Camera Club 2,3,4; Eucli- 
dian Editorial Staff 3.4: Head-Photographer 
4; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 3; National Honor Society 
4; Plays 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2.3.4; 
Junior Class Activities 3: Cinema Club 3; 
President 3; Eucuyo 4; Euclid Theater Guild 
4; Big Show 4. 

CYNTHIA L. PAUSIC Cincy 

National Honor Society 4; Science Seminar 
4; Spirits 4; Junior Schievement 3; Senior 
Class Activities 4. 



GEORGIANN PACE Zetda 

G.A.A. 2.3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 3,4: Student 
Council 2; Mixed Choir 2; Girls Field Hockey 
3. 



STANLEY W. PAVELECKY 

ROBERT J. PAVLOVICH 
Foreman 2,3. 

CHRISTOPHER PAUL PAYER 

MARK E. PECNIK 

PETER PECSOK 

Braille Club 2,3.4; President 2,; 

dent 4. 



Stanley 



Pete 
Vice-Presi- 



JEANNE LAREN REDONE Jeanne 

C.O.E. 4; G.A.A. 3; I.Q.S. 3; Survey Business 
Staff 3.4; Girls Baseball 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3. 



Chari 
2,4; Spirits Club 



CHARISSE LYNN PENA 
Friendship Club 2; G.A. 
2; Senior Class Activities. 

MICHAEL PERLIC 
Key Club 4. 



MARILYN ELIZABETH PEROVSHEK Marilyn 
Cheerleaders 2.3.4; Captain 4; Friendship 
Club 2: G.A.A. 2; Girls Leaders 3.4; Letterman 
Club 3; National Honor Society 3.4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4: Spirits 
Club 3.4. 



DAVID JOHN PERROTTI 



Speed 



DEBRA ANN PESTOTNIK Debi 

M.C.C. 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 4: Spirits Club 
4; Junior Achievement 3. 



DAVID F. PETSCHE 



Dave 



RANDI LEE PALENSCHAT 



Randi 



DAVID KEITH PETSCHER Dave 

A.F.S. 4; Astronomy Club 4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Psychology Club 4; Science 
Seminar 2,3,4; Stamp Club 4; Linguist Club 2. 



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JAMES STUART PFAFF Jim 


DARREN WADE POWELL 


Darren 


LINDA M. REESE Linda ^ 


Golf Club 3. 






G.A.A. 2. 




KATHLEEN TERESA PRASKAVICH 


Kathy 




BERNARD A. PHILLIPS Bernard 


C.O.E. 4; Secretary 4; National Honor So- 


KAREN ANN REICHARD Karen 




ciety 4. 




A.F.S. 2,3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3: I.Q.S. 


DIANE IRENE PHILLIPS Diane 




3; Marching Band 2,3,4; National Honor So- 


Friendship Club 2; FT. A. 2; G.A.A. 4: Metal 


CRAIG CHARLES PRENTICE 


Prent 


ciety 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Pit Orchestra 3; •' 


Sculpturing Club 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 


Football 4; Swim Leader 4. 




Spirits 2,3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. .; 


Club 2,3,4; Voices of Art 4; Girls Track 2. 










DEBRA LYNN PREVESK 


Debbie 


JOAN ELIZABETH REINWALD Namalh 


JAMES C. PHILLIPS Jim 






F.T.A. 2,3,4; M.C.C. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 




SUSAN JANE PRICE 


Sue 


4; Spirits Club 2,3,4; Exec. Bd. 4; Mixed 


MARK R. PHILLIPS ^-, Mark 


F.T.A. 3. 




Choirs. 


DEBRA PICCIANO Debbie 


GAYLE MARIE PRIMOZNIK 


Jos 


MARK ALAN RESNIK Mark 




Folk Club 2; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Business Staff 


Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; Indoor Track 2, 


SUSAN MARY PICOZZI Pitts 


3,4; Secretary 4. 




3,4; Lettermen Club 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Out- ■ 


G.A.A, 2,3; Junior Class Activities 3; Powder 






door Track 2,3,4. 


Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3; Student Council 
2,3,4; Senior Class Activities. 


PAUL JOHN PROCTOR 


Paul 


SCOTT W. RICE Scott 


JAMES JOHN PIET Piet 


ROBERT PUHGER 
Indoor Track 2,3. 


Bob 


GARY RICHTER Gary I 


LINDA SUSAN PIETRO Pete 


WILLIAM JOSEPH QUIGNEY 


Bill 


MARCIA ELLEN RICHTER Marcia j 


C.O.E.4. 


Chess Club 3,4; N.F.L. 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Plays 4; Talent Scouts 4. 


MARTIN RAY RICHTER Martin ; 


MICHELE FRANCES PIETRO Mictiele 
Mixed Clioir 3; Spirits 4. 


REX JAMESON RACICH 


J aye 


MAURICE ANTHONY RITROVATO Maury 
Voices of Art 4. ,' 


JOSEPH VIENCENT PINCHOT Nips 


LYNN CAROL RADABAUGH 


Lynnie 


KATHERINE ANN ROBERTS Kathy : 
C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 


Student Council 3. 


G.A.A. 2,3; Girls Track 2. 




THOMAS MILAN PLUT Tom 


CHERYL MARIE RADATZ 


Cheryl 


2. - 


JOANNE MARIE POCH Jo 


F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Basketbal 
Volleyball 2; WaiNapolo 3.4. 


2; Girls 


KATHLEEN MARY ROESCH Kathy ' 
Spirits 3. 


C.O.E. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 2,3: I.Q.S. 






3. 


THOMAS PATRICK RAFFERTY 
Chess Club 3; Key Club 3,4; Ski 


Raff 
Club 4; 


SHIRLEY LYNN ROGERS Shirley " 


TAMRA JEAN PODRIZNIK Tammy 


Transfer Student 2. 




CARL RICHARD ROHLKE Carl 


National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Foot- 








ball 4; Ski Club 2.3; Spirits 2,3,4. 


DIANE RAGGETS 


Rags 


KARL DENNIS ROLLNER Bonner 




G.A.A. 2,3,4; Exec. Bd. 3,4; Girls 


Baseball 




JACQUELINE ANN POGRAIS Jackie 


2,3,4; Girls Basketball 2,4; Girls Field Hock- 


GAIL JAMES ROMA Fate 


Ctioral Masters 3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 


ey 3,4; Girls Volleyball 2,3.4; National Honor 


Science Seminar 2. 


2,3,4; Manager 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3.4; 


Society 4. 






I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Science 
Seminar 2. 




NANCY ANN ROSE Nancy 


CARLA ANN RANEY 


Caria 


Choral Masters 3,4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 


DEBORAH ANN POLOSKI Debbie 


JOHN RASCAN 


John 


2; Powder Puff Football 4; Student Council 
4; Senior Class Activities; Mixed Choir 2. 


GEORGANN POLUNUS George 
Cadet Choir 2; Mixed Choir 3; Spectrum 
Club 3. 


KAY ELLEN RASMUSEN 

A.F.S 2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; Euclid 


Kay 
an Busi- 


SUSAN ELIZABETH ROSE Sue 
F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3. 


ness Staff 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 


2; Girls 




IRENE MARIE PONSART Irene 
Friendship Club 3. 


Field Hockey 2; Humanities East 3 


4; I.Q.S. 


NANCY JEAN ROSS Betsy 


3,4; Metal Sculpturing Club 3; Mix 


sd Choir 


G.A.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 


3; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Sem- 


Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 3,4; Girls Track 2; 


FRANCES POPIOLEK Fran 


inar 3,4; Ski Club 4; Survey Busin 
3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4. 


3SS Staff 


Transfer Student 2. 
CHARLES A. ROSSI Chuck ^^B 


JACK WILLIAM POSHE Jack 
Football 3,4; Captain 4; J.V. Football 2; Let- 
termen Club 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; J.V. Wrestling 


SUSAN ELIZABETH RECHNITZER 
Student Council 4; Youth Council 4. 


Sue 


Student Council 2. SH 
TAREE ANN ROTHROCK Taree ^^H 


2. 






A.F.S. 4; Braille Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. '^M- 




RONALD REDFIELD 


Ron 


3,4; Majorette Club 2,3; National Honor So- '^H 


LAURA ANNE POTOCNIK Laur 






clety 3,4; Science Seminar 2,3,4. ^g[, 


G.A.A. 2; National Honor Society 4; Senior 


DENISE H. REED 


Denise 


Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; 






NEIL JAMES ROZUM Neil 


Mixed Choir 2. 


KENNETH WAYNE REED 


Ken 


Camera Club 3,4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 




Football 4; J.V. Football 2. 




3.4; Student Council 2. 


SUSAN MARGARET POTOSKY Poto 








Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 


THOMAS D. REED 


Tom 


DANIEL C, RUA Ru 


Kids for Earth 4; Ski Club 2,3. 


Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,4; Letter- 




men Club 2,3; Outdoor Track 2,4. 




ANNA MARIE RUFFO Anna 


MARY JILL CORINNE POTTER Jill 






Ad Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Track 


Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; Spec- 


BRENDA GAYLE REESE 


Gayle 


3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 


trum Club 2; Talent Scouts 3,4; Youth Coun- 


Choral Masters 3,4; Majorettes 3.4 


Captain 


4; Ski Club 2; Spirits Club 4. 


cil 4. 


4; Majorette Club 2; National Honor Society 






3.4; Spirits 2; Student Council 2 


; Talent 


CHRISTINE MARIE RUPERT Chris 


MICHAEL EDWARD POTTS Mike 


Scouts 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4. 




Distributive Education 4. 


Chess Club 4; Cross Country 4; J.V. Coun- 








try 2,3; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Lettermen Club 


CAROL LOUISE REESE 


Carol 


MARY THEARESA RUSH Mare 


3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 


F.T.A. 3.4; G.A.A. 3; Ski Club 3,4. 




Mixed Choir 3; Junior Class Activities 3; Pow- 

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der Puff Football 4; Senior Class Activities 4; 
Spirits 4; Student Council 2. 

ANNE MARIE RYAVEC Ree 

E-Room Activities 4; FT. A. 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3.4; 
Exec. Bd. 3,4; Girls Field Hockey 2,3; Girls 
Tennis 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits Club 4; 
Student Supply Store 2; Survey Business 
Staff 2. 

Camel 



CHERYL ANN SALETEL Cher 

Distributive Education 4. 

LAUREN JO SALISBURY Sals 

Ad Club 2.3.4; G.A.A. 2; Girls Track 2; Metal 
Sculpturing Club 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits 2,3; Student Council 2,3,4; Youtti 
Council 4. 



BELINDA FAYE SANBORN 



Scalinder 
Ron 



Basketball 2; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls 
Field Hockey 3; Soft Ball 4; Spirits Club 3 4- 
Volleyball 2. 

PAUL THOMAS SCHONAVER Scho 

Cross Country 2; Lettermen Club 2,3,4; Na- 
tional Attiletic Sctiolarship 2,3,4; Outdoor 
Track 2; Spirits Club 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 

CHRISTINE SCHULTZ Chrissy 

Big Show 4; Friendship Club (Y-Teens) 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Ski 
Club 2; Spirits Club 3,4; Student Council 4; 
Youth Council on Human Relations 4. 



SHARON ANN SCHULTZ 



JAMES HAROLD SCHUMACHER 
Big Show 4; Rifle Club 4. 



ANTHONY SEGULIN 
BARBARA SEIBERT 



Sharon 



Tony 
Barb 



GAYLE ANNE SIGAL Sea-gull 

Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2.3; Senior 
Scandal 4; Spirits Club 3.4. 

PATRICIA ANN SIMEO Pat 

F.T.A. 2,3, President 4; G.A.A. 3,4; N.F.L. 3,4; 
National Honor Society 4; Student Council 
Homeroom Treasurer 4. 



EDWARD FRANCES SIMKINS 



Eddie 



DEBRA JANE SIMPSON Shorty 

Friendship Club (Y-Teens) 2,3.4; Humanities 

East 4; National Honor Society 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits Club 3.4. 

CHARLES JOSEPH SIMS B-ball 

Golf Team 2.3.4; Key Club 2.3.4; Letterman 
Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3.4; 
Science Seminar 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits Club 
3,4; Student Council 4; Weight Lifting Club 
4; Youth Council on Human Relations 4. 

DAVID LAWRENCE SINCLAIR Dave 

Key Club 2; N.F.L. 2; Audio Aids 2: Pep 
Band 2; Plays 2. 



ROBERT F. SANFORD Bob 

Key Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 



BARBARA SANDON 



STEPHEN PAUL SARKA 
Baseball3,4;J,V. Baseball 2. 



Barb 
Sark 



JOSEPH SAMUEL SAVOCA Joe 

Outdoor Track 2. 

KAREN SUE SBROCCO Cub 

M.C.C. 3,4; National Honor Society 4. 

KIM L. SCAFFIDI Kim 

LYNN SCAFFIDI Lynn 

STEVEN DONALD SCHADE Steve 

Cross Country 2,3; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
men Club 2,3; Outdoor Track 2,3. 

MARYELLEN SCHAFFER Maryellen 

Big Show 4; G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 4; N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 
4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 



AUGUST J SCHILL Augie 

Football 4; Golf Team 2; Ski Club 3; Student 
Council 2,3. 

STEPHEN M. SCHLAM Schiaz 

Baseball J.V. 2; Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; 
Indoor Track 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Outdoor 
Track 4; Senior Class Activities. 

Dave 



CHARLES ERNEST SCHMIDT Chuck 

Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen Club 
4; National Honor Society 4. 



DIANE MAE SCHNEIDER Marilyn 

Cyo; G.A.A. 2; Search; Ski Club 2. 

CHERYL LEEANN SCHOENECKER Shon-i-car 



JOHN J. SELWYN Foot 

WILLIAM SEMENCHUK JR. Bill 

Voices of Art Vice-President 4; World Affairs 
Club 4. 

SHARON IRIS SETNIK Sharon 

Big Show 2; C.O.E. 4; Sophomore Girls 
Choir 2; Student Supply Store 3. 

JOSEPH A. SHARPE Barclay 

Band 2,3,4; Big Show 2,3,4; Hockey Club 3.4; 
Linguist Club 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep 
Band 2,3,4; Talent Show 2. 

JEAN ANN SHEPARD Jeannie 

Ad Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3, President 4; G.A.A. 
2; Medical Careers 3. 



RICHARD SHEPPARD 



Rick 



MARCIA ANN SHERMAN Marcia 

Friendship Club (Y-Teens) 2,3; G.AA. 2.3; 
Girls Track 2,3.4; Spirits Club 3.4; Student 
Council 2,3; E-Room Activities. 



CATHY GAIL SHILLING Cathy 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; Medical 
Careers 3; Mixed Choir 3; Pink Panther Club 
4; Sophomore Girls Choir. 



ALLAN RAY SHORT Al 

Weight Lifting Club 4. 

DANIEL WALTER SHUMAN Sherman 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3: Key Club 
2,3,4; Mixed Choir 2; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 3,4; 
Varsity Chorale 4. 

ANN F. SIEFERT Sif 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club (Y-Teens) 
4: G.AA. 2; Majorette Club 2,3; Mixed Choir 
3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits Club 2,3,4; Survey Business Staff 2,3. 



TERRY SIRAK EB 

Choral Masters 4; C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 
(Y-Teens) 2.3; G.A.A. 2.3; Girls Track 2.3; 
Ski Club 2.3; Spirits Club 2.3.4; Mixed Choir 
2,3. 

STEVEN SIRK Steve 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Weight Lifting 
Club 2.3,4. 



JACALYN MARY SKEYA 



Jackie 



WILLIAM C.P. SKUPIC Skup 

Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; Indoor Track 
3.4; Key Club 2.3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits Club 2.3.4; Outdoor Track 2.3.4. 

ANNE C. SLEEPER 
F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; 
ness Staff 3. Manager 4. 

JACK SMELTZ Jack 

Football 4; J.V. Football 2; Hockey Club 3,4. 

LELAND JAMES SMERDEL Leiand 

Chess Club 3. 

DENNIS DALE SMITH 
J.V. Football 2; Spirits Clu 
cil 2,3; Key Club 3. 

EUNICE GRACE SMITH 
F.T.A, 3,4; Spirits Club 2,3. 



HARVEY RADFORD SMITH Harv 

Nancy Boys Gym Leader 2,3; Key Club 3: Radio 

Club 2,3,4; Spirits Club 2.3; Weight Lifting 
Club 2.3. 



MARY MARGARET SMITH Natasha 

Kids For Earth, Vice-President 4; Cinema 
Club 3,4; Folk Club 2; Metal Sculpturing 
Club 2.3. President 4; Youth Council 4. 



MARY SOBOLE 

C.O.E. 4; G.A.A. 2; Spirits Club. 



JOSEPH SOJACK 



Mary 



SUSAN MARY SOLTIS Sue 

Eucuyo 4: Assistant Editor 4; Humanities 



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East 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Orches- 
tras. 

PATRICIA SOMRAK Pat 

ROBERT M. SOMRAK Bob 

MARIE SOPKO Stork 

G.A.A. 2; Girls Basketball 2; Powder Puff 

Football 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits 3; Student 
Council 2. 

DIANE D. SORCI Diane 

LINDA SPEARS Linda 

Friendstiip Club 2; F.T.A. 2.3.4; G.A.A. 3. 

DAVID L. SPEI Dave 

ROBERT MICHAEL SPELICH Mike 

JOYCE ANN SPINO Joyce 

F.T.A. 4; G.L.C. 4; Mixed Ctioir 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 3,4; Student 
Council 2,4. 

JOAN SPRINGER Jody 

Clioral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; Humanities 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 
4; Varsity Cfiorale 4; Wai Napolo 3,4; Vice- 
President 4. 



JOHN EDWARD STERLING 



J.S. 



PATRICIA MARIE STERLING Pat 
G.A.A. 2; G.L.C. 3,4; Treasurer 4; Majorettes 
3,4; Majorette Club 2; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Spirits 3,4; Treasurer 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Student Council 2. 

DON TERRY STIGLIC Don 
NFL. 4; Stamp Club 4; Soccer 4. 



RICHARD S. STILLINGS 
Aviation Club 4. 



Rick 
Sue 



ROBIN LYNN STRATTON Red 

Cadet Ctioir 2; Friendstiip Club 2; Metal 
Sculpturing Club 3; Plays 2,3,4; Spirits 2; 
Student Council 4; Ttieater Guild 4; Varsity 
Cfiorale 3,4. 

MARK E. STRAUS Hog 

Ctiess Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; 
Student Council 4. 

SUSAN JOAN STRIZZI Sue 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
3; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 
3; National Honor Society 3,4; Senior Class 
Activities 4; Secretary 4; Student Council 3,4. 

CARLA PHYLLIS STRUNK Caria 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 



ALICE JEAN SWEET Alice 

Kids For Earth 4; Secretary 4; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Metal Sculpturing Club 4; Symphonic Band 
2,3; Cinema Club 4. 

PATRICIA ANN SYLTE Patty 

A.F.S. 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Art 
Editor 4; Astronomy Club 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 
2,3; G.L.C. 4; Humanities 4; I.Q.S. 3.4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Science Seminar 2, 



THEA C. SYROKA Thea 

F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Corresponding Sec- 
retary 4; National Honor Society 4; Girls Vol- 
leyball 3; Wai Napolo 3,4, President 4. 



MICHAEL JOHN TADDIE 



Mike 



HELEN THERESE TALTY Helen 

Ad Club 3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 
3; G.L.C. 4; Majorette Club 3; Spirits 3,4; 
Mixed Choir 2,3; Girls Track 2. 

NICOLETTE MARIE TAMBORELLO Nikki 



LAURIE ELLEN TANNER Laurie 

M.C.C. 3.4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

JANET LYNN TAUB Jan 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette 
Club 2,3; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 2,3,4; Girls 
Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Plays 3,4. 






WALTER ERNEST STALZER Walt 

Humanities East 3,4; Key Club 4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4. 



JOHN J. STANEK 
Key Club 2. 



LEO ALLEN STANKEWICZ 



LOUISE STANTON 
Distributive Education ' 



JULIA ANN STASKUSAS Julie 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Baseball 4; Girls Basket- 
ball 2; Girls Track 4; Girls Volleyball 2,3,4; 
M.C.C. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Youth 
Council 4. 

DAWN PATRICIA STEEVES Borris 

Distributive Education 4; Kids for Earth 4; 
Metal Sculpturing Club 2; Cinema Club 3,4. 

BARBARA STEFANKO Barb 

ROBIN ANN STEINDLER Robin 

Mixed Choir 2; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2. 

DAVID ALAN STEINHAUER Dave 

Automotive Club 3; Key Club 2,3; J.V. Soccer 
2; Weight Lifting Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 3; J.V. 
Wrestling 2. 

SANTINA MARIA STEPANOVICH Sandy 

Folk Club 2; Kids for Earth 4; Metal Sculp- 
turing Club 4; Ski Club 4. 

THOMASINA STEPHON Tomm 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Assistant Editor 
4; G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Spirits Club 2,3; 
Student Council 2.3. 



THOMAS WILLIAM STUPICA Tom 

Baseball 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; Basketball 3.4; 
Captain 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3,4; 
J.V. Football 2; Lettermen Club 3.4; Vice- 
President 4; N.A.S.S. 3. 

HANS J. STYLIANOU Kraut 

Metal Sculpturing Club 2,3. 

CATHERINE J. SUBEL Cathy 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2. 

BRIDGET M. SULLIVAN Bridget 

MICHAEL SUMMERHILL Sums 

Baseball 3,4; J.V. 2; J.V. Football 2; Letter- 
men Club 3,4; Powder Puff Football Coach 4. 

ROBERT M. SUTTLE Mike 

Key Club 3,4; Letterman Club 2,3,4; National 
Honor Society 4; Pep Band 3,4; Science 
Seminar 3,4; Swimming 2.3,4; Symphonic 
Band 3,4; Concert Band 2; Band Sergeant 4; 
Talent Scouts 3,4. 

LAURA ANN SVIGEL Laurie 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 
3; Majorette Club 3; Spirits 3,4; Student 
Council 4. 

CAROL E. SWAIDNER Swaid 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; G A.A. 2; Plays 3,4; 
Ski Club 2; Student Council 2,3; Varsity Cho- 
rale 3,4; Talent Scouts 2.3,4. 



LAWRENCE JOHN SWANEY 



Larry 



ALICE GENE SWARTZ Alice 

Ad Club 3; Humanities East 3,4; National Ho- 
nor Society 4; Plays 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Varsity Chorale 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Theater 
Guild 2,3,4. 



JANINE JUNE TAYLOR Janine 

A.F.S. 3; Kids For Earth 4; Friendship Y- 
Teens 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; M.C.C. 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 2,3, 



RICHARD ALLEN TAYLOR Rick 

Letterman's Club 3,4; Spirits 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Mixed Choir 2; Varsity Chorale 3,4; 
Basketball 3; J.V. 2; Football 3,4, J.V. 2; 
Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 4. 



Ricky 



SALLY JEAN TAYLOR Sally 

C.O.E. 4. 

JOHN ROBERT TELICH John 

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

NANCY JEANNE TEMPLE Nancy 

Kids for Earth 4, Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Metal Sculpturing Club 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Cinema Club 4; Concert Band 2. 

SUSAN MARIE THAETER Susan 

STEVEN RICHARD THAYER Ox-breath 

Spirits 3. 

MICHAEL ALAN THEIL Mike 

Spirits 4; J.V. Baseball 2; Weight Lifting Club 



EUGENE PAUL THEUS Gene 

Key Club 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits Club 2,3; 
Football 3,4; J.V. 2. 

DENNIS C. THOMAS Homer 

NFL. 3,4; Psychology Club 4. 



Senior Index/257 



LINDA JEAN THOMAS 
M.C.C. 3.4, Treasurer 4. 



RONALD LEE THOMPSON 
DONALD ALAN TIANELLO 



Don 



JOYCE ANN TIANELLO Joyce 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3,4; LQ.S. 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Survey Business Staff 3,4; 
World Affairs Club 2; Braille Club 4; Theater 
Guild 3,4; Orchestra 2,3. 



ERNEST JACK TIBJASH 
Euclidian Business Staff 3.' 
4; Ski Club 3,4. 



Humanities East 



LORETTA ANNE TOBIN Lorettie 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2,3; 
Spirits 2,3. 



PENNY ZELDA TOLCHINSKY 



HELEN FRANCES TOMSIC 



Penny 

Sam 

Helen 
Andretti 



MARIO JOHN TONKLI 
Astronomy Club 3,4. 

KENNETH TOTH Tooth 

Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Weight Lifting 
Club 4; President 4. 



JOAN LESLIE TOUBMAN 
JAMES FRANCIS TREANOR 
JOHN W. TREBISKY 



Joan 

Jim 

Johnny 



WILLIAM ALLEN TROOP Pete 

Letterman's Club 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4, 
Mixed Choir 2; Tennis 3,4, Captain 4; J.V. 2. 

LAUREEN ANTONIA TROTTO Laurie 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2,4; 
Student Council 3,4. 

GEORGE ALAN TUROPOLAC George 

ALBERT C. ULLE Al 

Wrestling4; J.V. 2,3. 

JANET PATRICIA ULLE Jan 

BONNIE MARIE URBANCEK Bonnie 

Friendship Y-Teens 2, Vice-President 2: 
G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2; Spirits 3; Student Coun- 



ROBERT ALAN URBANCIC 



UbangI 



ESTHER VACCARIELLO Essie 

Ad Club 2; Cheerleaders 2,3,4; Friendship 2; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Lettermen Club 3; National Ho- 
nor Society 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
3,4. 

DEBORAH VAONAL Debbie 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; Marching 
Band 2,3.4; Orchestra 2.3,4; Plays 3; Sym- 
phonic Band 2,3,4. 



FRANK ALEXANDER VADNAL 
LAIMA A. VAIGINIS 



Sax 
Laima 



LINDA MARIE VALENCIC 
JOSEPH VALENTI 



Lynn 
Joe 



LUCY ANN VASAS 
Cheerleaders 3; G.A./ 
Talent Scouts 2,3.4. 

GARY ALAN VEHAR 



2; Senior Scandal 



Vee 



MICHAEL DAVID VERNON Vern 

F-Room Activities 4; Football 3,4; J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Lettermen Club 4; Ski 
Club 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Show 2,3,4; 
Weight Lifting Club 3,4; Wrestling 3.4. 

Primrose 



PATTI JEAN VIRGINIA Pat 

Ad Club 4; Choral Masters 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 
2,3; Mixed Choir 2,3; Movie Club 2,3,4; Sec- 
retary 4; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 
2. 

KENNETH JAMES VISOKY Zoke 

Baseball 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 4; 
Weight Lifting Club 4. 



CATHERINE VOJTEK 



Cathy 



TERRY LEE VOLANTE Terry 

Key Club 2,3; Spirits 3,4; Student Council 2. 

DARLENE ANN VORACHEK Darlene 

National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Ski Club 2. 

LAURA VOZEL Big Laur 

GREGORY JOHN VRANEKOVIC Greg 

DEBORAH LEE VRH Debbie 

G.A.A. 2,3; Junior Class Activities 3; Majorette 
Club 2; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 2. 



JACK A. WAGNER Jackson 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Camera Club 2,3,4; Chess 
Club 2,3; I.Q.S, 3,4; Movie Club 2,3,4; Science 
Seminar 3; Survey Editorial Staff 2.3,4. 

KATHLEEN ANN WAJAHN Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Junior Class 
Activities 3; Majorettes 3,4; Majorette Club 
2; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Ski Club 3; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 
2. 

BRUCE ROBERT WALKER Junior 

Big Show 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Orchestra 3,4; Pep Band 3,4: Plays 3; Science 
Seminar 2,3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Talent 
Scouts 3,4. 

JANET RUTH WALLACE Jan 

C.O.E. 4;SkiClub2,4. 

VICKIE LEE WALLACE Wallace 

G.A.A. 2,3; Spirits 3; Survey Business Staff 

COLLEEN DENISE WALSH Col 

G.A.A. 2.3; Spirits 2. 

TERRENCE W. WALSH Terry 

Movie Club 3; World Affairs Club 2; Youth 
Council 2. 



I 



DAN J. WALWORTH Dan 

Hockey Club 2. 

THOMAS A. WARDER Ward 

Baseball 3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; Hockey Club 
4; National Honor Society 4. 



CHRIS D. WATERMAN 
Outdoor Track 4; Spir 
Club 4. 



The Welder 
Weight Lifting 



LOUISE MARGARET WATERWASH 



LYNN M. WEBER Web 

C.O.E. 4; Treasurer 4; Friendship Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Junior Class Activities 3; 
Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 4. 

SHEILA JANE WEBER Sheila 

Mixed Choir 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2. 



GEORGENE LUE WEIZER 
F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3. 



KENNETH L. WELLS 




Ken 


JOHN A. WELSH 




M.D. 


ROSINA WENDEL 




Rosi 


CYNTHIA WENDOLOWSKI 




Cindy 


JOHN H. WENDORFF 

Football 4; Indoor Track 3,4; 


Key 


Wendy 
Club 3 



Outdoor Track 3,' 



THOMAS EDWARD WESLEE 



CARL DAVE WHITE 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Swimmii 
2,3; J.V. Tennis 3. 



Does It All 
4; J.V. Swimming 



KATHERINE ANN WHITE Kathy 

Friendship Club 2,3.4; Treasurer 4; F.B.L.A. 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Junior Class Activities 3; Pink 
Panther Club 4; Senior Class Activities 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 4: Student Council 
4; Youth Council 4. 

DIANE LYNN WHITNEY Diane 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; G.A A 2, 
3,4; Junior Class Activities 3; Pink Panther 
Club 4; Senior Class Activities 4. Spirits 4, 
Student Council 2,4; Youth Council 4. 

BEN H. WHITTAKER Ben 

Chess Club 4; Humanities 2; Movie Club 2; 
Youth Council 2 

JENNA MARIE WHYTE Jenny 

F.B.L.A. 3,4; Kids for Earth 4. 

CHARLES VIRGIL WICKLINE Virg-Shaw 

M CC 4. 

JOYCE CHRISTINE WICKS Joyce 

C.O.E. 4. 

CAROLE MARIE WIEHN Carole 

F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 3,4; National Honor Society 
4; Senior Class Activities 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Spirits 4; Youth Council 4. 

SCOTT ROBERT WIGHTMAN Scott 

Big Show 3.4; Key Club 4: Lettermen Club 
4; National Honor Society 3,4; Marching 
Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3.4; Science Seminar 
3; Symphonic Band 2.3.4; Tennis 2,3,4. 



258/Senlor Index 



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TERRENCE WILBRAHAM Terry 

D.E.C.A. 3,4; Spirits 3,4; Student Council 4. 

KENNETH WILLIAM WILLERT Ken 

Survey Business Staff 3,4; I.Q.S. 4. 

DANIEL WARREN WILLIAMS Dan 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Captain 4; Indoor Track 
2,3,4; Lettermen Club 2; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Out- 
door Track 2,3,4. 



PHILLIP ALLEN WRIGHT Phil 

E-Room Exec. Bd. 4; Chairman 4; Football 3; 
J. v. Football 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 
4; National Honor Society 4; Spirits 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 



RICKEY L. WILLIAMS 
D.E.C.A. 4. 



JAMES SCOTT WILLIAMSON Scott 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; J.V. Football 2; 
I.Q.S. 4; Movie Club 2; Student Council 2. 

JANET M. WILSON Jan 

C.O.E. 4; President 4; Friendship Club 3; 
G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits 4. 



CATHY W. ELLEN WITT Witzer 

Cheerleader 3,4; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 
2,3; N.F.L. 3; National Honor Society 4; Pow- 
der Puff Football 4; Spirits 4; Mixed Choir 2. 

DONNA JEAN WOLF Wolfer 

Choral Masters 3,4; C.O.E. 4; Vice-President 
4; Friendship Club 2,3: F.B.L.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; Girls Baseball 2,3; Girls Field Hockey 
2,3; Mixed Choir 2; Student Council 2. 



SARAH ANN WRIGHT Ann 

Kids for Earth 4; Metal Sculpturing Club 3; 
Crazy Rick Theater Guild 4; Voices of Art 4. 



JOANNE MARGARET WUNDERLE Jo 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2. 



PATRICIA ANN WOOD 



Pat 



KEVIN JEFFREY WOODS Woody 

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



GEORGE ROBERT YADRICH 
Hockey Club 3,4. 



CYNTHIA MARIE YANCHAR 
E-Room Activities 4; Spirits 4. 



DOUGLAS BAKER YANDALA Coug 

Concert Band 2; P.A. Club and Audio Aids 3, 
4; Pep Band 3,4; Pit Band 3,4; Radio Club 2; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; Synnphonic Band 3.4. 

RHONDA CAROL YEDLICK Rhon 

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

VICTOR JOSEPH YENC Vic 

DWIGHT CHARLES YODER Dwight 

Choral Masters 3,4; Indoor Track 3.4; Key 
Club Lettermen Club 4; Mixed Choir 2; Out- 
door Track 3,4; Ski Club 4; Weight Lifting 
Club 4; Wrestling 3,4. 



HERBERT JOHN YOUNG 



Herb 



JANET MARIE A. ZALETEL Sparkle-Zap 

A.F.S. 2; C.O.E. 4; Friendship 2; F.B.L.A. 4; 
F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Linguistics 
Club 2; N.V.L. 3; National Honor Society 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3, 



RICHARD JAMES ZEMAN Rick 

SUSAN MARY ZENTGRAF Sue 

C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Girls Volleyball 2; Girls 
Basketball 3. 

CAROL ANN ZIEMMER Carrie 

Spirits 4. 

STEVE FRANCIS ZIMMERMAN Zim 

Football 3, J.V. 2; Student Council 3; Weight 
Lifting Club 3. 

DAVID MARK ZIVICH Dave 

Key Club 2; National Honor Society 4; Golf 
Club 2,3. 

MARGARET M, ZMIJEWSKI Peggy 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; Majorette Club 2; 

Big Show 3; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 4; Girls 
Track 2; Talent Scouts 4. 



KIM A. ZONNEVILLE 



Kim 



JOANNE CLAIRE WOTRING 



Horse JOSEPH ZAKRAJSEK 



STEPHEN DOUGLAS ZUPKO Steve 

Astronomy Club 4; Camera Club 4; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; I.Q.S. 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Theater Guild 4; Golf Club 2. 

DIANE ALISON ZURO Diane 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4, Manager 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4, Vice-President 4; 
Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Spirits 3; Mixed Choir 2: Varsity 
Chorale 3,4. 






Senior Index/259 



Faculty Index 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physic 
Kent Slate University, B 
all Coach, Boys' Intramural 



ADDISON LEE ANDERSON. Engh 
Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach 



FRANK AULTZ. English. Chairman; Mount Union 
College. B.A.; Kent State University. M.Ed ; DePauw 
University; Ohio State University; Eucuyo Business 



RONALD 


BACKOS. Scie 


nee. California 


State College. 


BSEd 


Kent State U 


niversify. M Ed 


, St J 


ohns 


Universi 


ty; Case Weste 


rn Reserve Un 


versify; 


Uni- 


versify 


3l Calilornia: L 


ke Erie Comm 


nify Co 


lege, 


Science 


Club Sponsor 








JANE BARBER. Guidance Counselor 


Muskingum 


College 


AB, Univers 


fy of Redlands 




Case 


Western 


Reserve Unive 


rs.ty. AM ; Wl 


fenberg 





JAMES CLIFFEL 



JEAN COX, Guidance Counselor, Allegheny College 
Kent State University, University of Piftsburgti; Co- 
lumbia University, Duquesne University, B.A., AB 

ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counselor; Otiio State 
University, B A , BS , Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity, M.A., Pfl D ; C EC Aviards Director 

TONI CREVELING, Physical Education: Wittenberg 
University. BS Ed . Ohio University, M.S.; Girls' Var- 
sity Field Hockey, Assistant Wai Napolo Director 



BEV DANIEL, Business; Boston Univ 



Physical Education; Ohir 



HAROLD DAUGHERTY 
University, BA ; Kent State 
M A ; Spirits Club Sponsor, Boys 
tor, Head Basketball Coach 



DALE DAVISON, Science, Mathematics; Michigan 
State University; Purdue University; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, M Ed , Ofiio University. B.S.Ed.; FTA Sponsor 

WILLIAM DEMORA. Social Studies; Kent State Uni- 



CLAYTON GEORGE, Business; Kent State Univer- 
sity, BSEd, M Ed ; East Carolina College: Univer- 
sify of Dayton, CO E Club Sponsor 

JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arfs, California College, 
University of Pittsburgh, University of Connecticut, 
B S , Metal Sculptoring Club Sponsor 



Kentucky 
ty, M.Ed ; 

Miami University, University of Cincinnati; Future 
Teachers of America Sponsor 

KATHRYN GRADY, English, Western Montana College, 
B.S.MS 

liami University, B.S. 



ROBERT 
ville, AE 
Carolina 



Lnghsh, The Collefle 

Slate University, M.I 
y, Creighton Universi 



Big Show Sponsor, Marching Band Sponsor 



Goethe Institute; Pr 
JERRY BERGEM, 



liversity; Baldwir 



Club Sponsor 



GENE BREARTON, Mathematics: Western Illinois 
University, BS : Murray State College; Northern 
Illinois University; Ohio State University, M.A.; Chap- 



JUDY DERDUL, Science; John Carroll University, 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies, Kent State 
University, BSEd, M Ed , Ohio State University: 
Euclidian Business Staff Advisor 

FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies, George Washington 
University; Hiram College, BA Econ.; Kent State 

Graduate University; Oklahoma State University. State 
University of New York: Kent State University 

DONALD DREBUS, Assistant Principal; Ashland Col- 
lege, B S Ed , Bowling Green Stale University, MS 
Ed , Case Western Reserve University 



GERALD HENDERSON, English, Bowling Green State 
University, BSEd, MEGO, University of New 
York, John Carroll University: University of Akron; 
Open House Chairman, Team-Teaching Coordinator 

ELIZABETH HIKIERT, English; The College of Steu- 
benville, BA , Kent State University, Spirits Club 
Sponsor; Aviation Club, Co-sponsor 



RAY HIVELY, Foreij 
Rio Grande College; Ohio State University: Frar 
University: Colorado University: Colorado Stale 
versify; Otterbein College, B.A., MA. World Afl 
Club Sponsor 



ROGER BROWN, Social Studies, Kent Slate Univer- 
sity, BSEd, Edinboro Slate College, M Ed , Na- 
tional Athletic Scholarship Society, Assistant Wres- 
tling Coach, Head Soccer Coach 



BROWN. Engli 
B.A.; University of lllinc 
University; Assistant A-V D 

PATRICIA BUCK. Phys 



'ILLI 






BURGESS, 



Cle 



Case Western Reserve 
Education, Olterbein 



Language, Capit 



sily Football Coach 

MICHAEL BURNS, Foreij 
versify, BA.Ed,, Ohio S 
Club Sponsor 



JUDITH CARMOOY, English, Notre Dame College, 
A,B.; Case Western Reserve University, Senior Scan- 
dal Sponsor, National Forensic League Co-Sponsor 



CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Kent Slate Uni- 
versity, B S , MA; Case Western Reserve University: 
Wrestling Club Sponsor, Varsity Wrestling Coach 



MONIQUE FORKEL, Foreign Language, Renn 



FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio Univer- 
sily: Ohio Slate University, BS.Agr . BSEd.; Bow- 
ling Green State University, Horizon Club Sponsor 

AUDREE FOX, Physical Education, Bowling Green 
Stale University, B S , John Carroll University: Girls' 
Leaders Club Sponsor 

DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science, Duquesne University, 
B.Ed , Case Western Reserve University, MA . St 
Louis University, West Virginia Wesleyan 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science, Chairman; City Col- 
lege of New York, B S , MA , Case Western Reserve 
University, MS, Honors Program Coordinator 



GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art, Ohio Staff 
B S : Case Western Reserve University, 
Wesleyan university, Michigan State 
United Appeal Sponsor 



THOMAS HOFFART, Industrial 


Arts, Jo 


hn Carroll 


University, BS.; Kent State 


University, M 


Ed.: Assis- 


tani Got 


Coach 








FRANK 


HOFFERT, Social 


Stud 


es. Chair 


man; Case 


Western 


Reserve University 


. BA 




nstilute of 


Rome of the Society of 


Dante 


Ahghier 




College 


Cleveland State U 


nivers 


ity; Humanities East 


Sponsor 











FRED JOHNS, 



nt Principal: Case Western Re- 
, MA, Kent Slate University 
■ Banquet Advisor 



t Basketball Coach 



RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Ar 
Universily, BS ; Case Western Res 
MA; Foreman's Club Sponsor 

NANCY CLARK. Science; Allegheny C 
sity of Michigan. B S . M A.; Universi 
Yale University. American University 

CARL CLEMENTS. Mathematics, Chi 



Ohio Stale 



University 



KATHRYN FBYE, Home 
University, BS ; John C 
Panthers Sponsor 



ALOYSIUS QALICKI. Industrial Arts 
BS; Kent State University, MEd 
ball Coach 

KATHERYN GATES, English, Mai 



MEI KAMENI» 



iiness: Ohio State 



State University, 



260/Faculty Index 



ROBERT PETROVIC, English; John Carr 



Dean, Flora Stone Mather. 



STANLEY LEDERMAN, Adjusted Curriculum; Miami 
University. B.S., Bowling Green State University, 
M.Ed.; Horizon Club Sponsor 

DENNIS LEFOND. Social Studies; Wittenberg Univer- 



JANE LELLIS. Englis 



MICHAEL LOWER. 



MARILYN LUCAS. Science; Lake Eri 
Case Western Reserve University. 
Seminar Co-sponsor 



B.S-Ed.; 



EARL MC NEILLY. Social Studies. Kent State Uni- 
versity. B.S.. M.Ed-. Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; Arnerican Field Service Sponsor 



RACHELLE MALCMACHER. English; Ohio State 



Dean; Kent State 



MARIE MATULIS. 



EDMUND MIZE. Business. Data Proce 
State University; Kent State University; 
versity. B.S ; Survey Business Stall Advisor 



Counselor; Muskingum 



DONALD MOHR. Physical Education; 
College. B.A ; Case Western Res 
MA,; Bov^ling Green State Univ 
Faculty Manager ol Athletics 



SUZANNE NELSON. English; Baldwin-\ 
lege. B.A; St, Mary's College; Case 
serve Univeieity, Aviation Club, Co-sponso 

DAVID NICHTING, Guidance Counselor; 



MARSHA PORTARO. English; Ohio University. B,A 

RONALD POWASKI, Social Studies; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, B A , MA; Case Western Reserve University; 
Chess Club Sponsor, Astronomy Club Sponsor 



FRANK PRINGLE, Engli 
sity, BA ; John Carroll University, Kent Stale Uni- 
versity; Bucknell University, Case Western Reserve 
University; Towson Slate College 

RICHARD RACKOVAN, Mathematics, Highland Uni- 
versity. MNS,; Dickinson College; Millersville State 
College. BS.Ed,; Georgetown University; Oklahoma 
University. Baldwit 



St Bonaventure Univ 



College; Computer Club 



MICHAEL RAICEVICH. Social Studies; Wilmington 
College. Ohio State University. B.S.Ed.. M Ed,; Golf 



Ohio State University. 

CHARLES RENO. Science. Mathematics; Edmboro 
State College. B.S ; Harvard University, M.Ed 
Radio Club Sponsor, Advanced Placement Coordin 
ator. Computer Coordinator 

State Uni 

Education: Miami Univer 
Coach 

Muskingum College 



DONALD RINKES, 
B-S . Ohio State university; West Virginia univer- 
sity; West Liberty State College; Case Institute ol 
Technology, Fenn College; University ot Hawaii; 
Indiana University; Kent State University, MEd.; 
Camera Club Sponsor. Movie Club Sponsor 

LEONARD ROBUCK. English. Case Western Reserve 
University. AB. MA. National Forensic League Ad- 
visor. Talent Scouts Sponsor 

JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ. Science. Ohio University. 
B.S.Ec ; Assistant Tennis Coach. Assistant Swim- 
ming Coach 

CHESTER ROJECK. Physical Education; Ohio Uni- 
versity. BSEd.; Case Western Reserve University 
MS Ed,. Head Football Coach 

RICHARD ROSE. Mathematics; Ohio University 
BSEd-, Case Western Reserve University, MEd- 
M S M-T ; Computer Club Sponsor 

MARCIA ROSNECK. Bus 



iittenberg Unive 



FREDERICK SALLACH, 

BSEd; John Carroll University, 

University; Bowling Green State Uni\ 



Kent Slate 
John Carre 
Co-Sponsor 



Jniversity, ClevelE 



Muskingum College; 
Boston University; 



DAVID SPROCHI, Physical Education; Industrial Arts; 
Ohio University. B.S.Ed-; Assistant Varsity Football 
Coach. Gymnastics Club. Head J V, Baseball Coach 

MERWIN STAINES. Guidance Counselor; New York 
State University. BS ; University of Colorado, M.Ed.; 
Public Address Club Co-Sponsor 



Case Weste 



JOHN SUPANCE. Industrial Arts; Steven's Point 
Teachers College. B SEd ; Kent State University. 
M Ed.; Ohio University. School Safety Program Chair- 
man. Golf Club 

SAMUEL TAYLOR. Music; High Point College. B.S.; 
Northwestern University. M Mus . East School of 
Music; Columbia Universit 



l-Ed ; Spring Mu- 



JACQUELINE TOTH. Mathematic 



MARQARHET UHRY. Mathematics. Notre Dame Col- 
Wisconsin; Fenn College; Cleveland State University. 

MARIAN USALIS. English; St. Mary-of-the-Woods 
College. BA,; John Carroll University. MA,; Student 
Council Sponsor 

FRED VOLLMAN. Art. Industrial Arts. Chairman; 
Case Western Reserve University. B.S-Ed . MA.; 
Cleveland Institute ot Art. Kent State University; 
Eucuyo Co-Sponsor 



LEONARD WEISENBERG. Social Studies; University 
of Missouri. BA . John Carroll University. M.S.; Case 
Western Reserve University; Drake University; World 
Affairs Club Advisor 

GAYE WHIELDON. Physical Education; Ashland Col- 
lege. BSEd,; Kent State University. MA; Girls' 
Varsity Volleyball Coach. Wai Napolo Sponsor 



Ashland College 



HERBERT NOLO. Industrial Arts. Ohio University. 
BSEd-; Bowling Green State University. M.Ed.; 
Kent State University; Tennis Coach. Foreman's Club 
Sponsor 

VINITA O'DONNELL. Home Arts. Marshall University. 
B-A-. M.A.; Kent State University; John Carroll Uni- 
versity; Red Cross Club Sponsor 



RICHARD PATTERSON. Industri 



ADAM PAWLOWSKI. Mathematics; Ohio Sta 
versity. BS ; Case Western Reserve Universit 
Chess Club Sponsor 



RONALD SEYMOUR. Business. Defiance College 
B-S-; Ohio University. MEd; Varsity Football Coach. 
Baseball Coach. Lettermen's Club Sponsor 



RALPH SIBERT. Business; Kent State University. 
B S ; Case Western Reserve University. M.A.; Fenn 
College; Distributive Education Club ol America Ad- 
visor. Weight Lifting Club Advisor 



GRANVILLE SMITH. English; Indi 
sity. BSEd-; Pennsylvania State 
Survey Editorial Sti 



State Univer- 
Advisor, International Quill 



ELEANOR WIEGAND. Business; Berea College. A B 
Kent Stale University. MA ; Braille Club Sponsor 
F B L A Co-Sponsor 

CAROL WILLIAMS. Business; Villa Maria College, 
BS . Indiana University. MEd-; Case Westei 
serve University; Kent State Un 
Sponsor 



ROBERT YOCUM. 



C-O-E- Club 
Stale 



rsity of Rhode I 
Language. Uni 



Faculty Index/261 




RTISING 



KNIFIC 

INSURANCE 

SERVICE 



Serving Euclid for 

Over 

20 Years 



820 East 185 
481-7540 



264/Advertising 



CENTER BEVERAGE DELICATESSEN 




22362 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-9473 



EUCLID BLUE PRINT 
AND SUPPLY 



908 E. 222 St. 
731-4662 





JOHN KAUSEK 
STUDIOS 

762 E. 185th St. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 

Phone (216) 531-0963 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 



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



20850 St. Clair 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-8005 




EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 



22741 Shore Center Drive 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 261-2600 



266/Advertising 




FLOwl_^. 

Is 0|jr PleqaA'/ 

., , , feli* 








'^"^. 





486-4343 



BEN DIGIOVANNi 



480 EAST 200 ST. 



BILL'S CLOTHES 



29900 Lake Shore Blvd. 
944-4343 




Complimenfs of 

THE COLONIAL 
HOMESTEAD 

Early American Specialists 

Euclid's oldest and most 
complete Early American Store 

22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



COLLEGE LOANS 



to Parents... 
to Students 




SECOND^^SAVINGS 



and Loan Association 

Member FeOeijI Savings sni) loan Insurance Core 



Euclid Office • 22480 Lake Shore Blvd. • 731-1111 
MAIN OFFICE 333 Euclid Avenue, Clevelond, Ohio 



CURL & COLOUR BEAUTY CENTRE 



^d^^-BEi^tJTY CENTReH 



Q&£(HLt 



FOR WOMEN WHO REALLY CARE.. 




22682 Shore Center Dr 
261-3330 



MAN-GILL 
CHEMICAL CO. 

23000 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

486-5300 

industrial Metal Cleaners 
Metal Finishing Specialties 

COMPOUNDS FORMULATED WITH YOU IN MIND 
TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS ... BETTER 




STANDARD GLOVE 



23520St. Clair Av 
486-6500 




MEMBER OF 
AMIHICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 



21 500 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV. 1 -5400 



Manufacturers of Aluminum 
and Zinc Die Castings 




BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP, INC, 

21100 St. Clair Ave. 481-4333 



Compliments of 



LATOUR 

OLDSMOBILE 

INC. 



25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 




MARK HAIRDRESSERS 



22308 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-1550 



THE LUBRIZOL 
CORPORATION 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CLASS OF '71 



JERRY'S 

BARBERSHOP 

544 E. 200 St. 
531-5113 


1 ^iH 1 


HlEn^'^.^^^9lS n^l 



KWIK PRINT 

DUPLICATING SERVICE 
Short Run Offset Specialists 

401 E. 200 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44119 

486-3700 

John A. Kleinhenz 



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yUkcn ik 



is ts d^ev. . 




(jii?c this a chance . . . 




Let Reliance give you the opportunity 

to help create the products for automation 
that will make this a better world. 

Find out why they call us "the Fresh Ideas" company. 



RELIANCE 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 



MS 



With Every Good Wish to the Class of 1971 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Mayor Harry J. Knuth 

Judge, Municipal Court Robert F. Niccum 

Law Director William T. Monroe 

Administrative Director Anthony J. Sustorsic 

Director of Public Safety Ralph O. Dunker 

Finance Director Arthur B. Davis 

Service Director Anthony J. Giunta 

President of Council Joseph E. Whalen 

1st Word Councilman J. Timothy McCormack 

2nd Ward Councilman Horry L. Burkhart 

3rd Ward Councilman Stanley R. Zagorc 

4th Ward Councilman Michael Kosmetos 



Council-At-Large 
Edward J. Eckart 
Milan A. Jaksic 
Frank J. Chukayne 
William H. Bretton 



Chief of Police 
Frank W, Payne 



Fire Chief 
George R. Longo 





C HAS E 

BRASS Gl copper CO. 

SUBSIDIARY OF KENNECOTT COPPER CORPORATION 



1121 EAST 260TH STREET 
261-4800 




CARPET CLEANERS 



I WALL TO WALL CARPETS 

■ ORIENTAL RUGS- FURNITURE 
CLEANED ON LOCATION OR 

■ PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE 



TRY ALADDIN'S SOIL RETARD 

KEEPS SOIL ON TOP OF CARPETS 
TO BE REMOVED MORE EASILY 




REPAIRS - ALTERATIONS - BINDING - SERGING 

MOTHPROOFING - CARPET INSTALLATIONS 

BONDED - INSURED 

■HH EAST ^^m ^^H WEST — ■ 

944-5944 1 1 731-8173 

General Offices - 22384 LAKELAND BLVD. 



MARY JAYNE SHOPPE 

LADIES' APPAREL 

Where Quality is Higher Than Price 
664 East 185 St. 486-4435 




official Class Photographer 




RAIMOR STUDIOS 



750 East 1 85th Street 
481-1166 



EUCLID INC 



a subsidiary of 



WHITE MOTORS 



22221 St. Clair Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 

531-7800 




CONVENIENT 
FOOD 
MART 



756 EAST 200th STREET 
531-6026 



HUDSON 
PHARMACY 



922 E. 222 St. 
732-7066 





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T^^ AddrESsagraph Mult /graph Carp a ration 

1200 BABBITT ROAD, CLEVELAND. OHIO 44117 • CABLE: ADDMULCOR • 216 73 1-8000 




A-M is a good place to work . . 
Ask your friends 



280/Advertising 



EUCLID HIGH KEY CLUB 




DEDICATED TO SERVICE 
FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 



EUCLID 
YMCA-YWCA 



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WM 


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631 BABBin ROAD 
731-7454 



Wishing the 1971 graduates the brightest future ever 
Compliments of 

FRANK J. JOCHUM 



Vice Pres. — Associate Broker 




w<. 



▲tfe 



BOB ANDERSON REALTY, INC. 

21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Office 261 -3200 

Residence 731 -8931 




282/Advertislng 



SHORE CARPET 
MART 

691 East 185th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44119 
Telephone (216) 531-0484 

Commercial — Residential 

McGEE 

ARMSTRONG MODERN 

HOLY CREEK 



ROXBURY 



MANY MORE FAMOUS BRANDS 
NEVER UNDERSOLD! 





MODERN DEB 

22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9299 





SUNOCO 




BELSHAW 
SUNOCO 

21217 EUCLID AVE. 
481-9632 



SAXON FANCY MEATS 

DISTINCTIVE PARTY FOODS 
DELICIOUS PREPARED SALADS 

848 East 200th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 




FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 



22304 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-3450 




OHIO CAM & TOOL 
COMPANY 

23530 St. Clair Ave. 
531-7900 





FRANCIS J. SHERMAN 

NATIONWIDE 

INSURANCE 

22070 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7878 338-4311 




A.mp^©'^ 



PIZZA 

AND 

RESTAURANT 

PIC-A-CHICK 

Pressure Fried Chicken 

CARRY-OUTS OUR SPECIALTY 

—OPEN SEVEN DAYS— 

25571 Euclid Ave. 

(At Babbitt) 



Thanks 




for your 





support 




STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 



PAULETTE DISCENZO 
Student Manager 



ALVIN M. AMSTER 
Faculty Sponsor 



MOVIE CLUB 




DEMSHAR MAGNAVOX 

Home Entertainment Center 

Color Television • Stereo • Hi-Fi Records 

Tope Recorder — Photo Supplies 



UbMSHARS MarB! 




22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

RE 1-4770 




ALVIN'S 
JEWELERS 

690 EAST 185th STREET 
481-4104 



Masco 
Machinery 
Inc. 



23610 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

486-1772 



MARIO'S 
PIZZA 




26157 Euclid Av 
261 -0665 



MODEL MEAT MARKET 



610 EAST 200th STREET 
KE 1-7447 









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?Zi 



INC. 



26841 TUNGSTEN ROAD 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44132 

PHONE; 216/261-2100 

TWX 216 • 486-5770 • TELEX: 098-5467 



SOCKET HEAD PRODUCTS 
COLD HEADED PRODUCTS 

CAP SCREWS • SET SCREWS 
AUTOMATIC AND HAND 

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 



EAST SIDE WASHER 



524 E. 200 St. 
451-9177 




ED WANK 

TELEVISION 

SERVICE 



333 E 200 St. 
531-1222 




RADIX WIRE 



26260 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-9191 




SUPERIOR SAVINGS 



ESTABLISHED 1909 



HOME LOANS— INSURED SAVINGS 



798 East 185th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44119 



13515 Euclid Avenue 6721 Superior Avenue 

East Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

GOOD LUCK 

TO THE 

CLASS OF '71 



NON-FERROUS 

METALS 

FABRICATING COMPANY 



21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 441 17 

531-3585 



MILLWOOD AAANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



'ENGINEERED FASTENERS' 



21700 Saint Clair Avenue 
EUCLID, OHIO 



CUT 
TACKS 



WIRE 
TACKS 




DOUBLE 
POINTED 
TACKS & 
STAPLES 



UPHOLSTERING 
NAILS 



LOUIS 
HAIRDRESSER 

20030 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV-1 -3775 




OPEN 

PANTRY 

FOOD MART 

7 DAYS 'TIL MIDNIGHT 
355 E. 200th St. 



Euclid, Ohio 




ne — steamship — cruises — tours — freighters — rail — bu! 



NO SERVICE CHARGE 

IMMIGRATION & VISITORS CONSULTANTS 

LANGUAGES SPOKEN: slavic languages— 

germon — hungorion — itolian — Spanish — french 

CALL 692-1700 



631-6585 
WEST BRANCH— 2718 LORAIN 



JERRY'S 
SHELL SERVICE STATION 

604 E. 200 St. 531-9877 




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4DTARY PUBLIC 
WE B 



PUBLIC Xj^S 



Bob.: 4B6-1655 



ltAlI08S:„| WE TRADE 



LEO BAUR, REALTOR 

ITED MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 
RESIDENTIAL- COMMERCIAL 
FARMS - INDUSTRIAL 



_En E. Bauf 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1971 



: CLAIR 
AVINGS 



RICHMOND 
RESTAURANT 

25971 Euclid Avenue 
731-9863 

We Serve Cornbeef 
Sandwiches 

Home-cooked meals 

steaks and chops 



THE 

BEAUTY 
BOWL 




566 E. 200 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44119 



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LAKE COUNTY WHOLESALE 

CIGARS— CIGARETTES— TOBACCOS— CANDY-BAR SUPPLIES • 



942-9693 




ERNEST MRAMOR 
PROPRIETOR 



37482 NORTH INDUSTRIAL PKWY. 
WILLOUGHBY, OHIO 44094 



THE 

CONTINENTAL 

PRODUCTS 

COMPANY 

11 50 East 222 Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 

Supplying paints to 

keep Euclid colorful 

for over 50 years 




-4-*^ ! 4. .1 



CONVENIENT 
FOOD MART 



East 222 Street 
261-2289 



Carbide End Mills 




Hi Carb Corporation 



1055 EAST 260TH ST. 

EUCLID, OHIO 

261 -0200 




"If your bag is Rings — " 
(and Diamonds, Watches, etc!) 



TED BROCK AND SON, 
JEWELERS 

391 EAST 200 ST 




BILL'S 
SHELL SERVICE 

29000 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 

WILLOWICK, OHIO 

943-9866 

General Repairs 
Towing 



Complimenfs of 



J 



ACKSHAW 
CHEVROLET 
INC. 



543 EAST 185 ST 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

481-9090 



CONTINENTAL ACADEMY 
OF BEAUTY CULTURE 

4847 Robinhood Dr. 

Willoughby (Next to Willo Plaza) 

946-8000 

COSMETOLOGY Up To Your Fingertips in Beauty 

* Creative Hairstyling 

* Haircoloring 

* Manicuring 

* Makeup Artistry 

The Art of Becoming a Professional 
Cosmetologist is Our Art 

* Day and Evening Classes Starting Every Month 

* Open to the Public .... Walk in Service 

* State Approved 

* V.A. Approved 




THE GREAT HAIR PUT-ONS 
WIGS. ..FALLS... CASCADES. ..WIGLETS 




The Locyk of Sophistication 

Long or Short 
Curly, Straight or Shaggy 

Cefalon, An Italian Reprocessed Fiber 
Looks As Beautiful As Human Hair 
And A Complete Line Of Human 

Hair Goods 
Complete Line Of Beauty Products 

27567 Euclid Ave. 261-5050 
Master Charge Shoppers Service 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF "71" 




I 



BOB ANDERSON, 
REALTY 

21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3200 



Girls' Athletic Association 

GOOD LUCK TO THE SENIORS 





F.T.A. helps you 
help others 




Cuyahoga Electric 
Construction, Inc. 



494 East 200 Street 
486-9121 



Good Luck 
to the 

CLASS OF '71 



Euclidian 
Business 
Staff 



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PATRONS 




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Ambassador Euclid Lanes 
22661 Euclid Ave. 
486-3200 


Burt's Arco 
21001 Euclid Ave. 
486-6563 


Colonial Pharmacy 
27579 Euclid Ave. 
731-6110 


mm Dr. & Mrs. R. M. Baldv/in 


m^^ 


Crobaugh Funeral Home 


^ ■■-.,- 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 


'^^B^BU^ - ' 


22595 Lake Shore Blvd. ! 
731-4259 i 


Beachland Pharmacy 
20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-0631 




Decker Appliance Service 
445 E. 200 St. 
486-7200 


Bing's Suburbia 
22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-0800 




Euclid Fish Co. 
651 E. 185 St. 
531-6448 


Boulevard Radio & T.V. 
Service 
906 E. 222 St. 
. 731-7863 


Chesterfield Steel 


Euclid Office Supply & 
Printing Co. J 
756 E. 222 St. ! 
531-5311 i 


Brickman & Sons Inc. 
Funeral Home 
21900 Euclid Ave. 
481-5277 


Service Co. 
1 220 E. 222 St. 
IV 1-6600 


Euclid Poultry 
549 E. 185 St. 
KE 1-8187 1 


R. B. Broglio, D.D.S. 


Cleveland Precision Casting 
22290 Lakeland Blvd. 
261-6776 


Euclid Sunoco Service 
470 E. 200 St. 
531-9695 

Advertising/299 


■K 







305 E. 185 
KE 1-4343 



Gladys' Coffee Shof 
689 E. 185 St. 
481-9622 



Dr.&Mrs. R.A.Kriessler 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 




E. He ' 

1084 E. 222 St 

481-0082 



J. C. Homer 
528 E. 200 St 
731-8826 



Jay Dee Clear 
878 E. 222 St. 
731-7060 



Johnny's Barb 

26169 Euclid Ave. 
732-8862 



727 E. 185 St. 
531-7443 



Don Miller's i 
810 E. 222 St 
731-9847 



Molnar'sD ' 
435 E. 200 St. 
486-0929 



635 E. 185 St 
531-1313 



625 E. 200 St. 
IV 6-2744 



^^22 St 

731-7100 



Jost Tool Co. 
1066 E. 222 St. 
531-1473 



Freev/ay Sporting Goods 
555 E. 185 St. 
IV 6-2523 



Knc 

20070 Lake Sh 

IV 1-4411 



Rosario Montagno, M. 



848 E.I 85 St 
481-3900 



^l_J&eJ 



Ski-Way Mach. Pro- 
24460 Lakeland Blv 
732-9000 



880 E. 185 St. 
531-2431 



,,'i-*^i; ,'5r§' <^ -'^*' -j^y 



Ohio Honing & Hyc 
23800 St. Clair Ave 
731-5700 



~ ylor's BiRite 

^^'320 Lake Shore Blvd. 

261-6960 



1331 E. 260 St 



261 -2675 



Precision Opt 
22578 1-'- = 



Dr. Harry Wise, Jr 



Paul's Barl 
687E. 18f 
531-8417 



740 E. 185 St 
481-3300 



Vassar Health Fooc 
21933 Euclid Ave. 
692-1875 



695 E. 185 St 
531-7777 



Wallpaper Cc 
855 E. 222 St, 
731-3585 



1160E.222St. 
531-5900 



& Mrs. Allan A. Rolfe 



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Marsha Mramor* Editor-in-Chief 

Tomasina Stephon* Assistant Editor 

John Paul' Head Photographer 

Steve Zupko Photographer 

Arlene Kemejak' Photographer 

Neil Rozum Photographer 

Bill Frank Photographer 

Scott Somers Photographer 

Pat Sylte* Art Editor 

Wendy Lick* Art 

Marcia Feiook* Art 

Nancy EIze Art 

Grace Hommel Art 

Monica Stelmach Art 

"Denotes two years on the staff, all others — one year. 



Janice Berry* Copy Editor 

Meg Cox Copy 

Laurie Fondran* Copy 

Janie Cowan Copy 

Jan Kastelic Copy 

Cathy Kenik Copy 

Jane Hospodar' Identification/Senior Editor 

Janet Knowles Identification 

Scott Williamson Identification 

Amy Balale Identification 

Carmen Edelbergs ^ Identification 

Sue Winters i Identification 

Mary Mayock* Scheduling Editor 

Sue Madden Scheduling 

Mr. Robert Hall Advisor