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The birth of a life- 
reaching, searching, 
cultivating an existence. 



Seniors 
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Academics 
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Sports 
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Activities 
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Underclass 
Page 210 



Advertising 
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GROWTH 
sneakily squeezes 
inside the moments 

between 
BIRTH and DEATH. 

She hides in the secret 

corners 
of 

delicious moments 
silences 
frustrations 

boredoms— 
INSPIRATIONS!! 
She catches us unaware 








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Yet— 

LIFE = CHANGE = GROWTH! 

we must not fear CHANGE— 

it alone is constant. 
Earth spins 
d i zz ily and Life 
PULsates exuberantly! 
even the breathless joy 
of childhood. 

a fragile bubble of innocence, 
bursts 

(POP!!) 

leaving only 
splashes of memories 
to relive 
to remember . . . 






how magically new 

(yet HUGE and TERRIFYING) 

the World seemed 
to our young eyes, 
when the 
Whole World 
was a whirling, tumbling 
INTOXICATING 



of scrawled crayon smiles 

balloons 

and promises. 




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YOUTH 
is a time for exploring 
each other, 
for hurting 

and being hurt, 

for sharing 

and groping clumsily 
toward secrets 

still undiscovered. 
YOUTH 
is a time 

for the seeds of ourselves 
to grow 
into our future. 



how does a seed grow? 
in the beginning, 

bury in soil a 
naked 
seed 
(a tiny timebomb of livingness 

yet unborn) 
sprinl<le liberally with 
sunshine (thick as honey) 



warmth 
patience 

and a smattering of magic. 








it will burst through the soil 
EX P L O D ing 
in a fireworks 
of green!! 

(this recipe 
also works for human 
beings . . .) 



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we enter 

alone, 

swallowed by the barren 

hallways, 
MASSIVE 

INHUMAN STRUCTURES 
and rooms that 
reek of sameness, 
even 
the crowds 
lean upon each other, 
and 
their faces blur. 









-but LOOK closely, 
in the pockets of classrooms. 
You will discover 
a few 

whose lives have brushed 
across many, 
nurturing the seeds . . . 

and by some peculiar sorcery, 
in spite of i 

confining walls, J 

blah rows of desks, * 

a silent 
REVOLUTION 
of GROWTH sneaks 
into 

those few precious 
SPARKS 
of discovery! 
. . . and so are we 
in constant 
change— 



we escape the cocoon 
of our old selves 
and 

emerge 



like alice always in a 

dither 
we can watch the world turn 
itself up 
side 

down- 
it's all so contrary, 
but you can't win if you're 
too afraid of 

losing. 
EAT ME said a cake 
DRINK ME said a bottle 
but maybe it wasn't a cake 

or a bottle 
stall 

maybe it was 
LIFE 

shouting 
at us weaklings 
who never attempted to sit 

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... no ... it isn't all pretty, 
but 

somewhere 
that wry bit of magic lurks, 
escaping •/ 

in the laughter 
behind the smile of joy 
and it opens us 

to the beauty of simple things, 
of birds on a wire, 

a memory, 
or a sun drenching red 
the soothing constant waters. 



who are not constant 
tread the 

footprints of 
our past 

and find they do not fit 
our new steps 
yet 

with every dawn 

spilling 
onto the earth is the 
promise 
of a 

new beginning. 





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DECISIONSdecisionsDECISIONS 

bombard 

the senior 

hurtling headlong down the final 

stretch 

of a long journey, 

the senior who barely 

pauses to catch a breath 

or regain 

a sense of DIRECTION . . . 

he fluctuates 

between 

apathy and nostalgia— 

gleefully cutting classes 

dodging hallguards 

he finds a perverse pleasure in 
outwitting THE SYSTEM 

that binds him too long 

to rigid patterns. 

Within himself— 

echoes of dissentlon— 

eagerly awaiting a FUTURE 

yet 

savoring the final 

elusive 

moments of a fleeing reality, 

cultivating memories 

among friends. 

Facing outward- 
ready to surge FORWARD 

... yet fearful of the unfamiliar. 

THE SENIOR (a paradox)— 

standing at the threshold 

of a NEW TOMORROW, 

waiting 

to escape 

through the June doors! 






St. Luke Bless Us 




He hates it, but he uses it! 








Theresa Abbott 


Thomas Adams 


Patrick Ames 


John Abraham 


Suzanne Addis 


Michael Amoroso 


Marl< Abramczyi< 


Vanya Akraboff 


James Amundsen 


Ronaid Abramczyk 


Thomas Ailchin 


Charles Anderson 


John Adams 


Barry Alvord 


James Anderson 




Patricia Anderson 
Daniel Andre 

Just like a yo-yoll! 



Jeffrey Andre 
Lora Andrews 




Seniors 




"What can I say?' 



Andrea Andrus 
Mictiael Apanasewicz 



Daniel Apicello 
Susan Araps 



Nikolette Arastaris 
Dennis Arieta 






Seniors/19 



Jeffrey Artman 
Tlmotfiy Atves 
Edward Azman 



Mary Ann Babic 
James Baglione 
John Baglione 



Lynn Baizel 
Amelia Balale 
Michael Balazs 




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"Hey girls, come and get me!" 





Look at those profllesi 



Eric Bans 
Scott Banford 



William Barbis 
Janette Barbish 



20/Seniors 




Kathleen Barelich 
Pamela Barker 
Michaele Barkhurst 
Michael Barry 



Edgar Bartel 
Ellen Bartel 
Jennifer Bates 
Mark Baltista 



Janice Baume 
Douglas Baur 
Patti Becker 
James Beckert 





David Beckwith 
Lawrence Belcastro 



Kathy Bell 
Scott Bennett 



"Hark! What light from yonder window breaks?" 



Seniors/21 




George Beveridge 
Frances Bezdek 
Stephen Biaiko 
Maureen Billings 
David Bish 



Mary Blakely 
Steven Blassingame 
Cathy Blatnik 
Carol Blazek 
Marialena Blomquist 



James Bluhm 
Mary Boczek 
Gary Bodovetz 
Gustavo Boehm 
Janet Boettcher 








"Our Father 



22/Seniors 






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Donald Bogotay 

Cynthia Bohanon 



Charles Bokar 

Carmelina Bonanno 



Joann Bonick 
Lynette Booms 



Lola Boreave 

Rino Boreave 










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Bette Bowers 
Gilbert Boyd 
John Bradshaw 


Mary Brady 
Gienn Breeze 
Barbara Brennan 


Charles Brickman 
Laura Britvic 
Sharon Brochak 


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What a womanll 


Seniors/23 




Thomas Brockman 
Kurt Brocone 



Linda Brod 
Edward Bronaka 




Mother's little angell 



Charmlanne Brothers 
Johnny Brown 
Kathleen Brown 



Richard Brown 
Frank Browski 
Susan Bruening 





Leafed out! 



Nataiie Brunner 
Bonnie Bryant 
Karen Bucciiii 
Caroi Buchholz 





24/Senlors 



Deborah Buente 
Victoria Burel< 



Karen Burrows 
Gary Busli 



Anthony Cafarelli 
Christopher Caimi 



Garry Caldwell 
Diane Caputo 






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"Follow the yellow brick road!' 




Edward Carpenter 
Lynette Carpenter 
Shirley Carpenter 



Timothy Carpenter 
Timothy Carrlsh 
Charles Carroll 



Seniors/25 




Judy Carroll 
John Cassese 
Jeanne Cater 
Catherine Cavar 
Rae Lynn Cebul 



Catherine Centa 
Maureen Centa 
Beverly Cesen 
Thomas Chambers 
William Chapel 



John Chase 
Janice Chesnic 
Patti Chinnici 
Richard Chireallo 
Carol Chlshoim 



26/Senlors 





". . .1,2,3 and we ALL FALL DOWN" 



Patricia Clilebil< 
Marian Cholewicl<i 



Gary Christensen 
Patricia Cliristie 





Marie Christopher 
Valerie Cigoy 



"Heck if that's your sister!" 



James Cil<a 
Sam Ciiiberto 



Mariiyn Cimperman 
Jay Cinco 




Seniors/27 




HI, Sweetlel 




Mary Collingwood 


Jacquelyn Cook 


Miller Collins 


Philip Cooney 


Clifford Connelly 


Nancy Cooper 


Ronald Connoly 


Camille Coreman 


Debora Conrad 


Mary Coughlin 



Clara Clapacs 
Bruce Clapp 
Paul Clapp 



Ann Clark 
Stuart Clark 
Frank Clemence 



Anthony Cline 
Donna Cline 
Christopher Collier 




28/Senlors 




The Facts of Life 

"Stop! You're tickling mel!" 





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Janle Cowan 


Cheryl Cutter 




Diana Cowling 


Terrance Cutter 




Frank Crockett 


John Damberger 




Barbara Crowder 


Christine D'Amico 




Ben Cruse 


Renee D'Apice 


Seniors/29 




Gary Darling 
Randy Davis 
Richard Day 
Michael Dea 
Edward Debeljak 



Linda Dembek 
William Derby 
Michael Detko 
Kathy DeVito 
Michael Devlin 



Janet Devor 
Carol DIBIaslo 
Carol DIeckmann 
Bonnie DIezic 
Christopher Dill 




"What a Bummer!" 




"If I were a carpenter. 



30/Senlors 




Daniel Doros 
Susan Downer 
Colleen Doyle 



Edith Dresch 
PattI Driscoll 
Steven Dritz 



Amelia Drotleff 
Lynn Duffy 
Kevin Dugan 



Uncaptlonable. 



Senlors/31 





"You'll have to drag me back Inl" 



A typical alert hailguard. 




Cynthia Dular 


Dale Ecker 


Elizabeth Ehrhardt 


Ronald Emser 


Kathy Duncan 


Carmen Edelbergs 


Janet Eikenburg 


Shawn Engel 


Elaine Dutko 


Marcia Eder 


Nancy EIze 


James English 



32/Senlors 



Diane Erickson 


Karen Evin 


Nancy Farkas 


Diana Erne 


Michelle Evrls 


Catherine Fasham 


Susan Evan 


Ronald Faiken 


Diane Faust 




"Hear ye! Hear ye!" 





Philip Fedrowisch 
Lauren Felder 
John Festini 
Linda Filsinger 
Jean Finalyson 



Dennis Fisher 
Robin Flack 
Beverly Fleck 
Michael Forgac 
Carol Fraley 



Seniors/33 




William Francis 
Roy Francisco 
Waiter Frank 
William Frank 
Donald Freed 




Euclid Is chaos. 



Bruce Frey 
Susan Frimel 
Mark Fross 
Raymond Fuhrman 
Janis Gajda 



Mark Gall 
David Galloway 
Duane Ganser 
Louise Gant 
Carol Ann Gargiulo 




. . .and solitude. 



34/Senlors 




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Sharon Glick 


Arthur Gold 


John Gordos 


John Glicker 


Andrew Golon 


Amy Gorn 


Joanne Gogan 


Charles Gonso 


Mark Graf 



"Who's that cool dude over therel" 



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Senlors/35 



Science Award Winners? 



James Graiiam 
Lynette Grahel< 



Robert Grdanc 
Roger Grdinic 



(Vlarilyn Greenwald 
David Greer 






Deborah Grimes 


Karen Marie Guenther 


Marl< Habat 


Michael Grucza 


Tod Guntner 


Cathy Hacl<athorn 


Donald Gudaitis 


Karen Guyton 


Dale Hacl<er 


36/Seniors 







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does not compute. . .does not compute. . .does 

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Finger Pickin' Good! 




Thomas Hadyk 


Linda Hannigan 


Mary Harbst 


Bruce Haines 


Terry Hannon 


Laura Harper 


Curt Hale 


Nancy Hansbrough 


Blair Harps 




Jeff Harris 
Melissa Harris 
Veronica Harrison 



Jeffrey Hart 
Susan Haslego 
Elizabeth Hasse 




"At midnight I turn into one.' 



Seniors/37 




Lori Hassink 
Michael Hauptkorn 
Gary Hausrath 



James Hay 
John Hayes 
David Hayman 



James Hegedus 
Christine Henry 
Terry Henry 



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What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this? 




"I can't believe I ate the whole thing!" 




Patti Hepp 
Susan Hersh 



Glenn Higaki 
Gary Higgs 



Cloyd Hildebrand 
Linda Hill 



38/Senlors 




Sandra Hocevar 


Douglas Holcombe 


David Hoppert 


Charles Houser 


Marlin Hsu 




Thamas Hodas 


John Holodniak 


David Hoppert 


Mary Jo Hrasfar 


Janet Huber 




Jeffrey Hoedt 


Grace Hommel 


Jill Hornsby 


Nancy Hrovat 


fvlarguerite Huffman 


Seniors/39 



Mary Ann Humar 
Martin Humensky 
Paul Hungerford 



Patricia Hunter 
Betty Huston 
Eric Imm 





Earl Jablonski 
Ramute Jakubauskas 
Randall Jameson 



40/Seniors 



Deborah Jamnik 
Lynne Japel 
Kathy Jelepis 



Candis Jenkinson 
Janet Jeppe 
Sharon Jerkich 




"Just call me gimpeye!" 





Shirley Jerkich 
Robert Jerome 
Marc Jewett 



Dennis Jirousek 
Betfi Ann Johnston 
Beth Johnston 



Gary Jokela 
Charles Jolly 
Cynthia Journey 




Yoga position No. 247 




Elaine- Joyce 
Cynthia Julian 



Mary Beth Juratovic 
Colleen Justus 



Patricia Kadunc 
Lorraine Kain 




"I take my orders directly from the Major 



Seniors/41 



Barbara Kane 


Denise Karrer 


Mary Kaston 


Nancy Keck 


Lynn Kempke 


Joyce Kapusi 


Deborah Kase 


Sharon Katz 


William Keeler 


Cathy Kenik 


Susan Karash 


Janice Kastelic 


Susan Katz 


Judith Kehres 


Robin Kenyon 




Once upon a time. 




Scurvy in the halls. 



42/Seniors 




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William Kern 
Annette Kernya 



Joseph Kernya 
Joanne Keszenheimer 



Charles Kevern 
Joseph Keyes 




The placing of an obscene call 



Debra Kikol 
Beverly Kimes 
Dale King 



Denise Kinsey 
Linda Kirchner 
James Kittelsrud 



Deborah Kivon 
Thomas Klein 
Susan Kluska 



Seniors/43 



Kathy Knaus 


Michael Kogan 


Kyle Kopecky 


Kitty Knox 


Barbara Kohler 


Lenore Kordet 


William Kobyljanec 


Jerome Kolar 


Marilyn Kormos 


John Koch 


Gordon Kolus 


Stephen Kosovich 


Ellen Koelliker 


John Komara 


Mitchael Kotula 




Connie Kovacevic 
Laura Kovacic 



Robert Koval 
William Kovatch 



44/Seniors 




Sharon Kowalkowski 


Gregory Kozar 


Kathleen Kozlevcar 


Lawrence Kowicki 


Timothy Kozel 


William Krai 


Norman Kozan 


Mary Ann Kozich 


Dale Kramer 





Mary Jo Kratovich 
Mary Kraus 
Frank Kravos 
Joyce Kravos 



Susan Krenisky 
Steven Krivdo 
Jean Krotine 
Randy Kubetin 



Senlors/45 




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Richard Kucherak 
Karl Kuchling 



Joanne Kuebler 
Jerome Kuhel 



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James Kukral 
Patricia Kushan 



Donald Kwasny 
Clay LaBounty 



Lorraine LaCava 
Denise Lamm 




Debra Lament 
Phyllis Lament 
John Langdon 



Carole Lanning 
Jaime Lapides 
Peter Laszcz 




My mother does NOT dress me funny! 



46/Seniors 




"Here goes my $5.00 manicure!" 





Excellent education in Euclid 



Charles Lavalley 


Christine Letanosky 


Mark Lickert 




David Lazar 


Carole Lewanski 


Rose Ann Lickert 




Elizabeth Lehman 


Carol Lewis 


Barbara Liiley 




Linda Leighton 


Karen Lewis 


Neal Lipstreu 




John Leister 


Lisa Lick 


Cynthia Lis 


Seniors/47 



"What the heck am I doing here?" 



Nancy Liudahl 
Robert Lloyd 



Marcia Lobas 
Patricia Lol<ar 



Janet Lorek 
Alan Loucks 






Robert Lucas 
Jo Ann Lucci 



Lynn Luikart 


Paul Lumadue 


Laura Lustic 


Susan Luikart 


Peter Lundskow 


Debbie Lutz 


Linda Lukjare 


Judith Lushin 


Charles Luzar 



48/Seniors 




stop Action. 






Stephen Majeske 
Mark Makowski 
Shirley Malefic 
Rhonda Malin 



Gregory Lyman 
Colleen Lynch 
Glenn Lytle 
Edward MacDonald 
Margaret Mack 



Marybeth Mady 
Richard Magri 
Terri Magri 
Joann Mahusky 
Joseph Maire 



"Standing In corners is fun!" 



Seniors/49 




Timothy Malleo 


Gary Marcyslal< 


Darlene Markovic 


William Martinsen 


George Marx 


Daniel Mamracl< 


Mictiael Marincic 


Albert Marn 


Roger Marton 


Todd Matetich 


Ellen Mandate 


Franl< Marinelli 


Henry Marsey 






Luann Maniglia 


Joan Marinelli 


Karol Martin 






Robert Marcus 


Mary Marino 


Christine Martincic 






50/Seniors 












Irene Matulis 


Kevin McCullough 


Craig McGill 


Helen Mausser 


Sherrie McCullough 


Janet McKee 


Ronald Mavrich 


Deborah McDiffett 


Kenneth Mcl<ee 


William Maxwell 


Patricia McDonald 


Carol McVey 


Steven McBride 


Bruce McGill 


Ernest Mecoli 





Is he a suspicious-looking person, Dr. Bergem? 



Seniors/51 




Matthew Medevic 
Christine Medlen 



Linda IVIeglich 
Dennis Meister 



Sandy Melonzi 
Monique Mensinger 



Debra IVIeyer 
Robert Meyers 



Donald MIkolic 
Edward Mikovich 




Hey! Aren't U-Clidian? 




Frederick Mildner 


Patricia Miller 


Arlene Miller 


Paul Miltner 


Kathleen Miller 


Frank Mitch 



52/Senlors 





Daniel Morris 
Amy Morton 
Debra Moses 
Jill Moskowitz 



"Onions give me the hiccups!' 



Kenneth Mitchell 


Joan Monaghan 


David Modic 


Kathleen Monahan 


Colleen Mog 


Laura Mooney 


Mamta Mohan 


Bill Morgan 


Punam Mohan 


Kay Morley 



Seniors/53 



Carol Mower 
Geraldine Mramor 



Karia Mucci 
Richard Mueller 




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TonI Mulligan 


Thomas MuscentI 


Linda Mustar 




Bradley Murphy 


Janice Musick 


James Nagle 




Keith Murray 


Jeffrey Mustar 


Gary Nahrstedt 


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P.D.A. 




Where am I going. . .what will I find. 



Tina Nahrstedt 
Aldona Narusas 
Susan Nash 
Janet Nawor 
Anna Neft 



Peter Neithercott 
William Nemeth 
Joanne Nestlerode 
Nancy Nickels 
Frederick Niehaus 



Andrew Noch 
Leonard Noel 
Cynthia Noga 
Deborah Noss 
Sharon Novotny 



Monica O'Breza 
Sue Ockuly 



Peggy O'Donnell 
Roberta Ofciarcik 




Seniors/55 





The best of the worst. 



"I have this terrible problem with my hair!" 





1 +1=2 



Evelyn O'Green 
Rebecca Oldham 
Kevin O'Neill 



Iris Onions 
John Orehek 
Cheryl Ortman 



Roger Osgood 
Donald Ostberg 
Melisa Otcasek 




Barbara Ovsek 



Barton Pachoike 



56/Senlors 







Howard Padwa 
John Pales 
David Paller 



Melissa Palumbo 
George Pana 
Cheryl Panko 



Judith Pantages 
Victoria Paparizos 
Bonnita Papo 
Laurene Papp 
Richard Parisi 



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Ralph Parker 
Kathy Parkinson 
William Parkinson 
Robert Paskey 
Karin Patterson 



Cathy Paulauskas 
August Pavis 
Nancy Pavsek 
Robert Pawlak 
Charlene Peirolo 



Seniors/57 



John Penca 




David Perna 


Elaine Penharth 


Donna Pestotnik 


Mark Perl 


John Petro 


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.And the cow ran away with the spoon. 



John Petsanis 
Patricia Petscher 
Joann Petty 
Kathryn Pezek 



David Phillips 
Roy Pignatlello 
Libert Pinto 
Denise Pisano 




58/Seniors 



David Pistell 
Anna Planisek 



Carol Plescia 
Laura Plesko 



Ellen Pluto 
Frederick Podmore 




The ants go marching 3 by 3. 





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Paul Podnar 
Lynn Pollack 
Dominic Pongallo 
Roger Porter 



Cynthia Portik 
Lois Potter 
James Powell 
David Powers 



Seniors/59 



Edward Purnell 


Lana Puz 


Joanne Randa 


Bunny Purtee 


Robert Quinlivan 


Valerie Randazzo 


Edward Puz 


Carol Race 


Raymond Rankin 





Patricia Poyle 
Darlene Praznovsky 
Kenneth Presley 
Philip Price 



60/Seniors 



Frank Prijatel 
Susan Pultorak 
Lorraine Punzar 
Mary Ann Pureber 





Joanne Ratchford 
Emmett Ray 



Douglas Rebeck 
Claudia Reel 



A little bit more to the right, please. 





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Deborah Regets 
Thomas Reilly 
Dennis Renftle 
Sharon Resar 



Suzanne Rhyne 
Lili Ribarich 
Jay Rice 
Pamela Richards 



Sarah Richards 
Glen Richardson 
Charlene Richter 
Shirley Richter 



Seniors/61 



Frank Roberts 


Gayle Rogers 


Maria Romano 


Donna Robinson 


Susan Rolik 


Jack Rotar 


Kathleen Robson 


Tim Roman 


Joy Roth 




Panther Power 




Barry Rubin 
Rita Ruscitto 
Leo Ryan 



62/Seniors 



David Sabo 
Gary Sadens 
Sharon Saiter 





Felicitations ! 





Are you really the waffle wiffer? 



Jerome Sak 


Caroline Santorelli 


Theresa Savasky 


Earleen Sanders 


Dianna Sargant 


Jeffery Schaffer 


Richard Santon 


Judith Savarino 


Neil Schaffer 





"Thith ith my besth fwend." 





Virginia Scheer 
Allen Scheider 



Clark Scheurman 
Carol Schlickert 



Donald Schmaltz 
William Schneider 



Robert Schulte 
Harry Schultz 



Seniors/63 



John Schultz 
Loretta Schultz 



Lucille Schuiz 
Paul Schutt 



James Scott 
Debra Seamon 



David Sechnick 
Bruce Seifert 




Gary Semenchuk 
Sharon Senn 
Joseph Sepchinski 



64/Seniors 



Sharlene Seredich 
Thomas Sever 
Joe Severino 



James Seymour 
Sandra Shaffer 
Roger Shamansky 






"YOUR mother wears army boots!" 




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"Put On a Happy Face" 




Scott Simon 
Joseph Simone 
Bruce Singer 



Jack Sivik 
Ronald Skapin 
Raymond Skedel 






Peek-a-boo, I see you 



David Shilander 
John5hilander 
Brian Shipley 



Timothy Shipley 
Sandra Shultz 
Russell Shumaker 



Frank Sicurezza 
Ellen Siders 
Michael Silverman 



Seniors/65 



George Skrout 


Dennis Smith 


Frank Smolinski 


Martin Slunski 


Dinene Smith 


James Snyder 


Carl Smerdel 


Karan Smith 


Ardith Soeder 


Laura Smerdel 


Sandra Smith 


Christine Soeder 






"I brought It for show-and-tell." 



Debra Skerly 
Penny Skeya 



66/Seniors 



Gregory Skok 
Perry Skoii 





Daniel Soltis 
Scott Somers 



Roy Sonntag 
Gale Souders 



William Southall 
Timothy Springob 




"Up the Down Staircase 




Donald Srnick 
Chris Stanic 
David Stankus 



Michael Stansfield 
Rita Staskus 
Terri Steinfurth 



Judith Steinhauer 
Monica Stelmach 
Dolores Stepanovich 



Seniors/67 



Doreen Stephen 
Julianne Stermole 



Ronald Stih 
Cherie Stine 





"Well Schutt my mouth.' 




William Stipe 


Teresa Stout 


Linda Strobel 


Wendy Stocker 


Gary Strauss 


George Stuber 


Sidney Stone 


Lawrence Strell 


Robert Stuber 


Seniors 









"Gerby's corner" 




Albert Sustarsic 
Carl Sutter 
Dale Sutton 
Debborah Sutton 
Luann Svigel 



Mark Svilar 
Deborah Swaney 
Steve Szabo 
Brian Talty 
Suzanne Takacs 



Robert Takiguchi 
Kathleen Tarantino 
Dennis Tavenier 
Alice Taylor 
Jeffrey Taylor 



Holly Stump 
William Sturm 
Ann Sulen 



Mark Sullivan 
Paul Sulzmann 
Raipfi Suster 




Seniors/69 



Laurie Taylor 
Nancy Taylor 
Richard Teloeken 
Mark Tercek 



Jean Teschner 
Vicki Tetrick 
Bar! Thomas 
Joseph Thomas 





Mary Thomas 
Susan Thomas 
Thomas Thompson 



Virginia Thweatt 
Barbara Timinski 
Mitchael Toaddy 




70/Seniors 




Sheryl Tucker 
Carol Turk 
Elizabeth Turk 



James Turk 
Thomas Turk 
Deborah Turkoc 




Yukiko Tokunaga 


Claire Tomorowltz 


Victor Trolia 


Marianne Tomala 


Donald Tornstrom 


Jo Ann Trost 


Doreen Tomaro 


Rosemarle Traina 


Susan Trunkely 


Nancy Tomko 


Raymond Travers 


Joyce Tucceri 




Seniors/71 



Ronald Tutolo 
Karen Twoey 
Donna Uchbar 
Janice Udell 
Elaine Ujcic 



Susan Ullman 
John Urban 
Lorraine Urban 
Christine Urgeleit 
Dennis Valencic 





Gramma's knitting circle 



Nadine Valentino 
Lorene Vanah 



Linda Vanek 
Gayle Van Etten 



Daniel Van Pelt 
Jill Veber 




72/Seniors 




Anton Vehovec 
Rita Vehovec 



Rene Velez 
Beverly Vercellino 



Richard Vesel 
Patty Vibbert 



Dennis Vitolo 
Helen VIcek 



Harold VoIpe 
Robert VoIpe 





Anna Vozobule 
Charles Vranekovic 
IVIark Vranekovic 
Tana Marie Walden 



Frank Walland 
Jay Walsh 
Michael Wanchik 
Jackie Wasnac 



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Seniors/73 



Jeffrey Weber 
Marlene Weber 
Irwin Weinberger 



Stephen Weinhold 
Cynthia Weisert 
Carol Weiss 



Mark Whitcomb 
Robert White 
Kathleen Whitlinger 



Kenneth Wilber 
Gregory Wilker 
Kirk Will 






I'm cutting out early. 




Barbara Willert 
Jane Williamson 



Beverly Wilson 
Deborah Wilson 



74/Seniors 




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Hey man, que pasal 





Frances Wyman 
Donna Yan 



Cynthia Yanchar 
Edward Yenc 



Darlene Yeray 
Todd Yoder 



George Wilson 
Jann Wilson 
Stirling Wilson 
Suzanne Winters 
Paul Wirsching 



Linda Wise 
Lul<e WtsV.es 
Donna Woodruff 
Kathe Workman 
James Wright 



Seniors/75 



Loreen Yoger 
Michele Young 



Robert Yozipovich 
Debra Yuras 



Linda Zakrajsek 
Theodore Zawojek 



Holli Zelman 
Marilyn Zgonc 







Michelle ZielaskI 


Walter ZmijewskI 


Wendy Zitnik 


Frank Znidar 


Philip Zivich 


Lynn Zola 



76/Seniors 






John Zoller 
Henry Zot 
Cecilia Zupancic 
Maryann Zupancic 



Gary Hackle 
Peter Neithercott 
Lynn St. John 



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into a STAR— look up!! 

Big Bear, Cassiopeia (the throne) 

— jewelsandkingsandqueensand 

(k)nights 

hurtling back into TIME 

stumble on to the 

WHEEL (it's round) 
so is the world 

(Columbus believed it and borrowed 
3 boats from the Queen) 

to DISCOVER the Indians 

hungry now and Poor 

thanks to our 
forefathers "set forth upon 
this continent . . ." 
a new NATION 
Conceived in . . . 

LIBERTY, FRATERNITY, EQUALITY . 




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"As the twig is bent, so grows the tree." As 
students are taught to think, so grows a mature 
and stable society. 

Growth is everywhere. Students grow as they 
learn from a curriculum suited for each individual. 
Students grow as they participate in a varied 
number of activities at Euclid Senior High School. 
Students grow as they serve and help others. 

We hope, as you have taken advantage of the 
many opportunities offered at Euclid Senior High 
School, that your growth has been progressive, 
rewarding and long lasting. 

Congratulations on a fine year and my best 
wishes for a profitable and happy future. 
Spartoco DiBiasio 
Superintendent of Schools 




Dr. Spartoco Di Biasio, Superintendent. 




86/ Academics 




Academics/87 



New Flexibility 

A team. 

Not to teach or guide. 

A team to BE THERE. 

Scene-CHANGERS mobilize 

with new flexibility— _ 

offer independent study 

initiate curriculum revisions 

abolish exams 

add a new man— Mr. Wllkins! 
ADMINISTRATION— 
a working liaison between 
STUDENTS— PARENTS— FACULTY 



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Mr. Waller Schwegler, Principal 




IVIr. James Wilkins 



88/Academics 





Dr. Jerry Bergem 



Mr. John Schellin; Treasurer 




Mr. Fred Johns 



Administration/89 




Mr. Merwin Staines; Counselor. 



90/ Academics 




Miss Phyllis Modie; Counselor. 



Deans = Discipline 

. . . Yellow warning slips instill 
fear in the hearts of students- 
detested, but tolerated. 
Counselors =Guidance. 
A SMILE- 
and candy (in G-L) 
sweeten woes,. 
Scheduling classes . . . 
and futures. 
Discipline+Guldance=SUCCESSI 



Academics/91 



Emotion Captured 

Words! The building blocks of society. 

But the thoughts of GRAMMAR! 

And ORAL REPORTS! And TERM PAPERS! 

Never cease to drum up moans and groans, 

How about experiencing A DAY IN THE LIFE OF- 

"Gyrano de Bergerac" or "Macbeth" or even 

a "Greek God!" 

So — maybe Coleridge was an opium addict, 

maybe Dylan Thomas was frequently drunk, 

maybe Ben Franklin had "children" throughout 

the world. . . 

But they brought us literature. 

Emotion— captured in an instant. 





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English: Frank Mularo 

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English Seated, (L to R): Norma Cowan, Emelie Gale. Standing: Sue Harris, Sue 
Nelson, Marsha Portaro, Mary Kay Replcky. 



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English: Leonard Robuck 



English: (L to R): Janis Jordan, Al Benz. 



92/English 





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English Bottom Row (L to R): Frank Jablonski, Karen Wiatrak, Jane Leilis, Granville Smith, Elizabeth Perkins, 
Dorothy Urbanic. Row 2: Robert Petrovic, Frank Aultz, William McGuinness, Justin Antonini. 




English: Frank Pringle. 



English: Frank Mularo. 





English (L to R): Betty Baden, Robert Hall, Judy Garmody, Gerald Henderson, Jane Balabolil, 
Kenneth Lowe, Rachelle Korlan. 



English/93 




Business Bottom Row (L to R): Alvin Amster, Ben 
Sawyer, Edmund Mize, Eleanor Wiegand. 

The Jungle 



Bound for a job, 

preparing for the business jungle. 

Typing: 

a handful of tired fingers, 

broken nails. 

Shorthand: 

the way you wrote 

before you knew how. 

Bookkeeping: 

it had better add up right! 

General business: 

"This is my savings account, 

no— my checking account, no . . .' 

Business skills— 

for survival in the business 

JUNGLE. 



Business Bottom Row (L to R): Al Brown, Marsha Rosneck, Charlotte Bensusan, 
Hoffart. 



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94/Buslness 



Business Bottom Row (L to R): Joe Regano, Sandy Kormendl, Marie Harshman, Marc 
Manburg. 




Comprendo?? 

"COMMENT-ALLEZ VOUS?" 

"WHO, ME?" 

("Fine, if I could understand 

what you're talking about!") 
"ICH VERSTEHE ENGLISH NIGHT!" 

"ME NO GOMPRENDO EITHER!!' 
Sometimes you feel 
like a displaced American 
with teachers babbling on 
and language lab 
tapes (repeat) tapes droning 
forever. 

You grope with verbs, 
conjugations, structures, 
until you DREAM in your new 
language, 
(then, it's all worth it!!) 



Foreign Language: (L to R) Donna Baumeister, Margaret Schultz, Al Benz. 




Foreign Language: (L to R) Judy Simonich, Michael Burns, Mei Kamenik. 
Avon calling has a masculine ring! 





Foreign Language: Helen Sopko. 

Foreign Language: Jean Foley. 




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Academlcs/95 



Social Studies: John Schroeder. 





Social Studies: William DeMora. 



96/Soclal Studies 




Sociai Studies Bottom Row (L to R): Roger Brown, Norma Crone. Row 2: Forrest Diehl. Mary Ann 
i Kuhar. Row 3: Earl McNeilly, Michael Raicevich. 




Social Studies (L to R): Nat Dickinson, Mary White, Wayne Smith. 



Social Studies: Leonard Weisenberg. 




Social Studies: Richard Zawack. 




Social Studies (L to R): Ray Hively, Alex Dzerowicz, Dave Schonauer. 





4(20) & 7 Years Ago 



E PLURIBUS UNUM 

"Friends, Romans, countrymen, 

lend me your ears." 

"Et tu, Brute?" 

Machiavelli's The Prince by the inventor 

of dirty politics. 

Taxation without representation! 

R-E-V-0-L-U-T-l-O-N 

Tippycanoe and Tyler, tool 

E-V-0-L-U-T-l-O-N 

(Darwin's "naked ape" theory) 

Four score and seven years ago . . . 

Charge up San Juan Hill with Teddy. 

(Remember the Alamo?) 

Vietnam to Bangia Desh 

"Ask not what your country can do for you; 

ask what you can do for your country." 

Socrates . . . Locke . . . Rousseau . . . RUBIN??? 



Social Studies Bottom Row (L to Rj: Linda Harrold, Franl< Hoffert. Row 2: James 
Kelley, Ronald Powaski. 



Social Studies/97 




Math (Seated): Margaret Uhry. Standing: (L to R) Carl Clements, Gene Brearton, Don Rinkes, Fred Sallach. 




Math: (L to R) Charles Reno, Dale Davison. 




My Circular File. 



98/Academics 




Mathematics (L to Rj: Dale Thompson, Marge Gorslene, Richard Rakovan. 



1, 2, Buckle 
My Shoe! 

"1, 2, buckle my shoe!" 

BASICS. A numerical alphabet, 

and formulas. 
"3, 4, shut the door!" 

and open new ones. 

Trigonometry. Calculus. 

Math Analysis. 
"5, 6, pick up sticks!" 

Grab a pencil and calculate! 
"7, 8, lay them straight!" 

Add. Divide. 

Reduce to lowest terms. 
"9, 10, start over again!" 

Check. Recheck. 
When in doubt, consult a computer. 





Mathematics (L to R): Richard Rose, James Cliffel, Adam Pawlowski, Jacqueline 
Toth. 



Would you believe It?! 



Academics/99 



R-R-R-Rip! 



Sometimes the form is imperfect . . 
and a r-r-r-ripper undoes the once 
done. Alteration, retrial, 
success .... desperately 
matching fabric to pattern. 
Next door— a beater whirls. 
2 eggs, 21/2 cups of flour, 
IVi cups of sugar .... 
Fragrant air reveals— Yummmmm! 
Finally . . .THE FAMILY LIVING— 
Interior decorating .... 
to baby burping. 




Home Arts Bottom Row, (L to R): Elaine Lokar, Marcy Goodman, flow 2; Brenda BarKer, Pat 
Murrish, Bonnie Lal<o, Vinita O'Donnel. 



Man V. Machine 

Learn to 

GET IT ALL TOGETHER 

after you've taken it apart 

in MACHINE shop, 

where MAN turns the (growl!) 

MACHINE into a purring servant. 

... try drafting 

(blueprints and precision) 

electronics 

(theoretical and practical) 

— or perform minor surgery 

on a coughing engine. 




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Industrial Arts: Harold Hommel. 



100/Home Arts 




Industrial Arts Row 1, (L to R): John Germock, Embert Martin, Robert Barner. Row 2: Al Galicki, 
Richard Hungerford, Fred Vollman, Ken Long. Missing: IVIilton Kadlec. 





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Industrial Arts: John Pinkerton. 



Industrial Arts/101 




Dingy socks and smelly sneakers. 

DOWN -2-3-4! 

Holy everlasting exercises. 

STRETCH -2-3-4! 

The zealous exhaustion of some, 

SIDE -2-3-4! 

the grouchy sluggishness of others 

BACK -2-3-Ugh! 

"A team is only as good 

as its weakest player." 

Oh well, we all 

have our off days! 



Girls Physical Education Teachers (L to R): Marcia Brown, Arlene Carter, Gaye 
Whieldon, Audree Fox, Toni Creveling, Patricia Buck. 



102/Phys. Ed. 



Boys Physical Education Teachers (L to R): Joseph Rodriguez, Vic Resch, Robert Addis, Don Mohr, Howard Reminicl<. Chet 
Rojeck, Hal Daugherty. 




"He's my automatic pencil sharpener.' 




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"My mommy doesn't love me anymore!' 



Phys. Ed./103 



Memoriz 
memo . . 



Scrutinizing eyes of Science. 
Observe— Record. 

The elements of the periodical chart 
(memorization, memoriz . . . memo . . 
microscopic data- 
Macroscopic conclusions. 
3 Laws of Physics. 
Every action has an 
equal and opposite reaction. 
GRAVITY— 

that's the way the apple falls, 
(Newton's cranial lump to prove it) 
A surgeon's knife slits 
a croaking stomach. 
Broken tuDes of Sulfuric Acid- OUCH! 
(If I could only figure out 
where I went wrong!) 
"But, what can I write in the 
lab report?!" 






Science (L to R): Ronald Backos, Donald Stelnbrink, Marilyn Lucas. 




Science Seated (L to R): Dorothy Tombaugh. Standing: Sheldon Freedman, Nancy Clark, Joseph 
Muscarella, William Von Benken. 



Science: Robert Ramlow. 



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104/Science 





Science: Tom Halbedel 



Science: Al Judge 




Science: Bottom Row, (L to R): Judith Derdul. Row 2: Charles Reno, Michael Lower, Dale Davison, Richard Sak, William 
Starr- 



Science/105 



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See Me . 
Feel Me . 
Touch Me 



FOCUS: 

On the universe of line and shape, 
"see me . . . feel me . . . touch me." 
Blah white paper evolves 
(with scissors) into living shapes. 
ART— 

an emotional experience: 
sensations impressioned on the mind- 
splashed onto canvas!! 
or— the painstaking, irritating 
precision of perspective. 
Unlimited dimensions 
presenting— the human soul. 




Art (L to R): Fred Vollman, Antoinette Araca, Diane Wiersba. 







"Tell It Like 
It Is!" 

Climb out of your rut! 
Fight boredom with music! 
Communicate life through a melody. 
Early morning precision drills, 
brassy sounds of Pride. 
THIS IS YOUR LIFE, DALE HARPER 
—and the band salutes 
its director of 35 years. 
"Life!" "Traces!" 
"Tell it like it is!" 
Sam Taylor's 

"Contemporary View of Music" 
contrasts with soft hymns. 
. . . and practice, practice- 
driving for the ultimate— 
a blend of rhythm and sound. 

106/Art— Music 






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Music (L to R): Dale Harper, Sam Taylor. 





But Don't Try It 
In the Library! 

Behold the dedicated librarian. 
What would we do without her? 
She shuts us out when we come late, 
Overdue books she regards with scorn! 
If we dare break the sacred silence 
of the library, or whisper violently. 
Her gentle warnings remind us . . . 
"There is a time and 
a place for everything, 
(but don't try it in the library!)" 
But still, she guides us 
down the weary path 
of the research paper. 



Assistant Librarians (L to R): Edith Mueller, Penny Kadlec, Evelyn Salminer. 




Librarians (L to R): Betty Waselkov, Margaret Czapllcki, Jessamine Hazel. 




"Everything you ever wanted to know 



Occupational Education (L to R): Katherlne Lesch, Frank Fowler. 




Live Grow 

Live. Be. Think. Grow. 
A chance to learn together 
but advance at one's own pace 
Cope with the present 
before embracing the future. 



Llbrarlans/A.C./107 



What? No Aspirin! 

A minor plague hits— Spring Fever! 
Students desperately try to get out of tests. 
First they must see the ladies in blue. 
"Well, ya see, I have this, a . . . rare disease." 
Pleading to the Clara Bartons of EHS. 
From simple scratches to broken bones — 
but still, no aspirin can be offered, 
only tea and sympathy. 

Organization Plus 

Move over Women's Lib! 

Enter efficiency and organization. 

—efficiency in the midst of piled notices, 

deficiencies, and messages 

—organizing a huge enterprise— the school. 




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Edwardsen, Marie O'Neill, Dorothy Stross, Rosemarie Tonn. 



Nurses (L to R): Ester Vaccarielio, Regina Fellman. 



Custodian: George Brewster. 



1 08/Nurses— Sec'ys. 




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Cafeteria Staff Bottom Row, (L to R): Katherine Bauer, Anna Tahon, Mollie Saverino, Rosella Shepard, Mavis 
Kopach, Sadie Taylor, Harriet Roth, Elizabeth Zimmerman. Row 2: Emily Geller, Mollie Hoffart, Eleanor Dooblekar, 
Yuki Nakaji, Carol McDonough, Lois Brow, Frances Tavenier, Ruth Chabrand, Winifred Modic, Barbara 
Apanaswicz, Margaret Brooks. Row 3: Jean Skolaris, Millie Somerak, Catherine Wirsing, Lucy Glavac, Jean 
Sterling, Mae Kolesar, Florence Gelsweit, Anne Schepke, Clara Kuzmic, Gladys Tuck, Mary Urgeleit, Helen 
Chudzik. 




Fix a Door . . . 

Switch a switch, change a light, 
Lock a room for the night. 
Mend a chair, fix a door, 
Tighten pipes, and even more . . . 
Wear a smile all the day 
(Custodial crises melt away.) 

Soup Line! 

Women in white cater to 

watering mouths, growling stomachs. 

IMAGINE— 3,003 empty stomachs 

refueling in loooong cafeteria lines! 

Patient preparation 

of a well-balanced meal — 

AFTERwards . . . 

exhausted survivors watch 

students sit down 

to the nourishing meal of 

potato chips, ice cream, and cake. 



Custodians Bottom Row, (L to R): Joe Zakrajsek. Row 2: Jerry Ganzer, Joe Pollack, Ray 
Newcomb, George Brewer. 



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nerves twist 

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swelling energy EXPLODES into 

droplets 
of icyburningitching sweat! 
The athlete stalks 

like a hunted fawn 
before the fickle crowd. 
Accepting no excuses, demanding 

PERFECTION, 
their eyes burn into him 
(leaving him vulnerable) . . . 

in the arena 
the drama of the human body 
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in its beauty and anguish— 
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..St. Joes 

Parma 

Cleve. Hts 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield 

Wins 2 Losses 7 Tied 1 
Seventh in L.E.L. 



Opponent 
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Tennis 




Euclid 
5 .... 



Opponent 



J.V. Football 

Opponent 

St. Joes 1? 

Parma 1: 

Cleve. Hts 

Normandy 

Brush I 

Lakewood U 

Valley Forge 

.Shaw I 

Shaker ( 

Garfield K 

Wins 8 Losses 1 Tied 1 
Second in L.E.L. 




Parma 

Cleve. Hts 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Gilmour 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield Hts 

Wins 9 Losses 1 
Second in L.E.L. 

Second in Tournaments 




Soccer 



Euclid 
1 .... 



Opponent 




Hawken 

Bay Village 

Akron Garfield 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Brush 

Hudson 

Gilmour 

Brecksville 

Shaker Heights 

Rocky River 

Wins 4 Losses 6 Tied 1 
Fifth in N.E. Ohio Soccer League 



Cross Country 



Euclid 



Garfield 

Brush 

Shaw 

Parma 

Cleveland Heights — 

Normandy 

Shaker Heights 

Valley Forge 

Lakewood 

Wins 9 Losses 

First in L.E.L. 

Third in 

Willoughby South Relays 

Ninth in 

Ashland Relays 

Second in 

Euclid Relays 

Third in 

Cleveland Heights Relays 

First in 

L.E.L. Meet 

First in Sectionals 

First in District 

Third in State 




Basketball 



Parma 

■ Cleveland Heights, 

.... Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood 

. . . .Valley Forge . . . 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield 

Parma 

.Cleveland Heights. 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood 

— Valley Forge . . . 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield 

John Hay 

Brush 

Wins 18 Losses 2 

Second in L.E.L. 

First in Sectional 



Opponent 
51 




Wrestling 




J.V. Basketball 



Parma 

. Cleveland Heights 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood — 

— Valie Forge . . . 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield 

Parma 

. Cleveland Heights 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood — 

— Valley Forge . . . 
Shaw 

Shaker 

Garfield 

Wins 18 Losses 
First in L.E.L. 



Opponent 
22 



Euclid Opponent 

I Eastlake North P^ 

Bedford o 

Brush .' 

Valley Forge ■ 

Shaker 1 

I Parma ; 

Cleveland Heights 

' St. Joseph ; 

^f Normandy : 

1 Lakewood I 

i Shaw ; 

Garfield ; 

Wins 4 Losses 8 ' 
Seventh in L.E.L. 
Tenth in Sectionals 
Twenty- First in District 



Swimming 

Euclid Opponent 

University 

Berea 

Shaw 

Cleve. Hts 

Fairview 

Lakewood 

'1 Gilmour 

.1 Shaker 

1-^ Brush 

Shaw I 

66 W.R.A r 

"" Cleve. Hts 

Lakewood 

1 Shaker 

* Brush I 

Midpark ; 

Second in Euclid Relays 

Second in L.E.L. 

Tied Third in Districts 



J.V. Wrestling 



Euclid 
27 ... 



Opponent 
27 



E. North 

Bedford 

Shaker 

Valley Forge 

Parma 

Cleve. Hts 

St. Joes 

Normandy 

Lakewood 

Shaw 

Garfield 

Wins 7 Losses 3 Tied 1 
First in Sophomore Tournament 



J.V. Swimming 

Euclid Opponent 

' University /• 

' ^. Berea 

' .Cleve. Hts l 

1 Fairview ; 

1 Lakewood I 

' Shaker 1 

-J Brush ?' 

77 W.R.A ^^ 

83 Cleve. Hts ,' 

45 Lakewood 

72 Shaker 

68 Brush 

71 Midpark ; 

Wins 10 Losses 2 Tied 1 
Second in L.E.L. 




Scores/115 



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"If I make Varsity, I'll get a uniform!" 



"Hey EUCLID, Didn't eat your Wheatles?" 




Varsity Football Bottom Row (L to R): Rich Parise, Tom 
Muscenti, Don Mikolic, Dan Andre, Don Kwasny, Bill Nemeth, 
CInuck Jolly, John Langdon, Jack Damberger, Manager. Row 2: 
Perry Skoll, Mark Sullivan, Ron Stih, Greg Kozar, Lloyd 
Hemmert, Bruce Clapp, Greg Lutzweiler, Chuck Bokar, Kevin 
Callaghan. Manager. Row 3: Paul Lumadue, Stoyan Lokar, Tom 
Kalamasz, Paul Paulin, Al McConnel, Dave Hollis, Dave 
Clemence, Ed Carpenter, Luke Wiskes. Row 4: Paul Wirsching, 
Kent Daiber, Steve Dritz, Ray Pignatiello, Bill Kahl, Dave Ferris, 
Bill Rose, Russ Gullo. Row 5: John Herak, Dave MacKenzie, Tim 



Terrill, Keith Burllson, Jim Churney, Nabil El SanadI, Mike Davis, 
ArtBortnick. flow 6; Jim Tomaro, Gary Zaiar, Frank Sebock, Jim 
Herak, Terry McGreehan, Bruce Frey, Dennis Smith, Dennis 
Valencic. flow 7: Tom Cooke, Tom Tercek, John Orheck, Ken 
Mitchell, Gary Higgs, Henry Zot, Marc Jew^ett, Buddy Stenroas, 
Chris Caimi. Row 8: Bill Hensley, Howard McLean, Don Branzel, 
Mike Apanasewicz, Jeff Krivacic, Bob Stuber, John Penca, Pete 
Schwenke. Row 9: John Bradshaw, Jeff Harris, Scott Simon, 
Steve Blassingame, Dan Apicello, Frank Sicurezza, Ron 
Jankowski, Dan Mamrack, Bob Yozipovich. 




"What the heck are you doing out here?" 
116/Football 



Super Shell Strikes againi 




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Hang in There 

"TEAR 'EM UP, GUYS!" 

"Do you know who #42 is?" 

"THIS TIME WE GOTTA BEAT JOE'S!" 

"What are you doing Sat. nite?" 

"KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN" 

"Nothing, I guess." 

"HANG IN THERE DEFENSE!!!" 

"Who has the ball?" 

"ALL THE WAY— GO . . . GO!" 

"Was that a field goal?" 

"ALRIGHT ... A T-0-U-C-H-D-O-W-N!!" 

"Last game — and we almost won!" 



"Darn these earrings!" 





"I think I lost my contact!" 



"NO COMMENT" 





"Did the other team go home?" 



T.K.O., First Round. 



Foolball/117 



J.V.'s Hustle 
and WIN 




"36— 24— Hike!" 




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118/J.V. Football 




Mass Confusion 




Junior Varsity Football Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Tabor, Jim Apiceiio, 
Mike Bauer, Daie Engell<ing, John Betim, Milte Petal<, Jim Stansfield, 
Dan Fowler, Al Churney, Steve Tschappat. Row 2: Greg Neurolir, David 
George, John Kovacic, Kevin Kahl, Jim Cool<e, Dave Rutti, Raiph 
Zuponcic, Sam Sonite, Miice Blotl. flow 3; U\V.e Otcasel<, John Prizzi, 
Frank Robers, Mark Petardi, Steve Langdon, Don Ferris, Kevin 
McDonough, Jim Abraham. Row 4: John Raggets, Raiph Deiligatti, Pat 
DiTirro, Steve Rinderle, Joe Magri, Doug Giavic, Mike Muilaliy. flow S.- 



Don Ebersbacker, Gary Genzo, Doug Balch, Joe Bordonaro, Dean 
Perch, Ignatius Alioto. Row 6;Kevin Lasher, Jim Porz.Carl Reese, Todd 
Groudle, Bill Cheraso. Row 7: Jim BIzzarri, Ron Thompson, Mike 
Flood, John Hatras. Row 8: Larry Langman, Bob Jones, John laefellce, 
Dave Zabjek, Tom Atopaste. Row 9: Mike Rose, Terry Ranson, Bill 
Fiorian. Row 10: Chet Nolan, Ass't. Coach, Ron Seymour, Head Coach, 
Al Benz, Ass't. Coach, Dave Schonauer, Ass't. Coach. 



J.V. Football/119 




The Soccer Two-step — with vengeance. 



Not me stupid! the soccer BALL. 




I'll hit that bird yet! 





Soccer Bottom Row (L to R): Chris Coiiier, Tom Perdan, Jacl< Rapl<in, Bruce 
Reed, Ricl< Dworning, Bill Colt, floiv 2: Wes Mulholland, Greg Moore, Jim 
Snyder, John McFadden, Dave Sabo, Jeff Taylor, Jay Stone, Tim Arabs, Bill 
Faunce, Glen Richardson, Robert Latsch, (vir. Saltier, Head Coach. 



Sattler's Spunky 
Team 

BAY VILLAGE MUST BE BEAT! 

BAY VILLAGE MUST BE BEAT! 

A clenched foot slams a ball! 

Dribble, pass (missed, !*$%&#!) 

but trap again 

. . . VICTORY! 

Oct. 2, Cuyahoga Falls. 

Sunny day. 

A medley of quick, agile reflexes. 

Tough defenders— ball bouncing off 

heads, shoulders, chests, to another 

WIN! 

Cold, rainy. Brush game. 

Piercing winds meet sweating bodies. 

Kickers press onward . . . 

5-0 VICTORY! 

Sattler's Spunky Team!! 




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120/Soccer 




Varsity Tennis Bottom Row (L to R): Ross Climo, Brian Modic, Bill Kuebler. Row 2: Chick 
Carroll, Rick Frey, Bill Chapel, Blair Jordan. 



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J. v. Tennis Bottom Row (L to R): Kevin Eroskey, Joe Kovatch, Bill Harris. Row 2: 
Rob Johnston, Dave Hinde, Bob Wightman, John Blaskovic. 



Love Story 

find 

LOVE 

on a cinder-studded field 

of tar. 

"Swooosh!!" 

sighs a rebellious racket. 

Brawny sun-kissed arms 

STRIKE OUT 

against a helpless sphere 

again and again and again 

and again and again and 

again and again . . . 



Tennis/121 



You can have the blonde and I'll fake the 
brunette! 




. . . And We Will Win! 

AND WE WILL FIGHT . . . 

Destination: a glowing finish line 
in Columbus 

Motivation: blue-and-gold striped 
PRIDE streaks across 
Memorial Park, and 
self-confidence 
accompanies a violent 
desire TO WIN! 

Means: Herme's winged speed with 
Panther endurance 

. . . AND WE WILL WIN! (the L.E.L) 

and they DID! 




Cross Country Bottom Row, (L to R): Rich Day, Bob Day, Art Gold, Tom 
Brockman. Row 2: Pat Ludwa, Frank Lipoid, Barry Munson, Bob Springer, 
John Dickinson. Row 3: Kevin Lewis, Brian Munson, Joe Redone, Jeff Johnson. 
Row 4: Rick Zawack, Assistant Coach, Steve Kostreba, Don Luikart, Tom 
Halbedel, Head Coach. 



122/Cross Country 




Make way for the road runner! 





What time is it when Micl<ey's hands are on the twelve? 



Look at that! The grass is growing! 



Cross Country/123 



Victory, Froggy, 
And Nancy 

A "slow"-burning bonfire — 
("I thought you were 
supposed to bring the gas!") 
and the heart-warming 
BLAZE of victory . . . 
"Frieda" frog leaps into 
first place with 

the Roadrunner close behind . . . 
Nancy Tomko reigns supreme . . . 
Euclid defeats Lakewood, 8 to 6. 
Couples stroll in the midst of 
pumpkins and cornstalks, and, 
as the evening ends, there 
comes the realization that 
there will never be another 
"Autumn of 71." 




"And yesterday, we were just show girls!" 





"If only they would give me a chance.' 



"Dale Harper, this is your wife.' 



124/Homecoming 




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And she doesn't even use Imperial. 



"How would you like to dance with her?" 'Is It dead?" 



Homecomlng/125 



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Junior Attendant: Meredith Palumbo. 



Sophomore Attendant: Rose Ann Mitchell. 



126/Homecomlng 




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l/are/Yy Indoor Track Bottom Row (L to R): Joe Redone, Brian Munson, Bill Wargo, Steve Skinner, Steve Kostreba, Dan 
Wendorff, Art Gold, Ted Zawejek, Greg Skok, Tom Brockman, Mark Lickert, Gary Higgs, John Bradshaw. Row 2: Jess Sabo, 
Dan Dayton, Bob Springer, Rich Day, Bob Kieinknecht, Pat Ludwa, Bud Liiiey, Nabil El Sanadi, Chris Caimi, Bob Stuber. Row 
3: Al Nickels, Dave Mollis, Pete Schwenke, Ed Dea, John Dickinson, Bob Day, Danny Mahon, Chuck Bokar, Mark Sullivan, 
Walt Zmijewski, Tom Koustis. 





Indoor Track Coaches (L to R): Greg Sattler, Al Benz, Richard Zawack, Tom 
Halbedel, Robert Ramlow. 



Number 73 races off with the baton and Wendorff's arm. 






128/lndoor Track 



Varsity Track Captains: Artie Gold, Pete Schwenke. 




Hall Hurdlers 



The Road Runners speedily sprint 
on the new red rubber indoor track. 
Boing! Boing! . . . maybe you're not 
fighting the wind, snow, or rain — 
but the ever present challenge of 
TIME still exists. 

After school, hall dashers practice . , 
and aimless hall-drifters steer clear, 
plastered up against the wall. 




Junior Varsity Indoor Tracts Bottom Row (L to R): Ralph Deligatti, Mike Calabrese, Manny Balale, Rick Toaddy, Kevin 
Lewis, Jeff Johnson, Ed Hocevar, Ken Capper, Jack Skinner. Row 2: Chuck Ernie, Dan Wajahn, Bob Hayes, Al Andrews, 
Kurt Kothe, Mike Rose, Frank Lipoid, Ken Kalfesh, John Gerbish, Mike Nolan, Steve Michael. Row 3: Todd Grodule, 
Dennis Chasser, Mike Petak, Brian Talty, Bill MacClemans, Jim Stansfield, Terry Kingsmill, Michael Lexa, Rick Bukovec, 
Frank Robers. 






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Indoor Track/129 



Panther Press 



Pregame minutes tick into . . . 
"UP, UP, UP AND AWAY!!" 
A Tiger tyrant steals the ball- 
Johnny glows red with anger! 
Strident shrieks from a whistle 
summon a fouler 
(and begrudged hand-raising 
accompanies a tirade of 
suggestions for the ref!) 
Hunched at the free throw line, 
the shooter dribbles (slowly) 
crouches, nudges the ball to a 
strained drop . . . 
it circles the rim and 
slips through (swish) 
Score tied . . . 

and Roshe gets the rebound. 
"WE'VE GOT THE BALL SO 
LET'S GOOOOOOO ..." 
Bode lays down (ow) 
as Engs lays up! 
The Panther Press is WORKING! 
Doc grins, and congrats 
Lukey, Kov, Toe, and 
the cagers exchange candid pats 
of approval. 




Coach in a huddle 




We give up — Don't Shoot! 




What a way to go 



Don't just stand there, do something! 



Two Points! 




Basketball Tri-Captains (L to R): Jim English, John Langdon, Chris 
Stanlc. 



130/Varslty Basketball 





Varsity Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Tim Roman, Bill Stipe, 
Danny Daugherty, Craig McGill. Row 2: Dave Williamson, John 
Langdon, Luke Wiskes, Mike Amoroso, Bob Koval, Chris Stanic, 
Jim English, Gary Bodovetz, Bill Davies. Row 3; Al Judge, Assistant 



Coach, Chuck Stearns, Blair Jordan, John Feiock, Bob Wightman, 
Dave Bahr, Jeff Randolph, Jim Lindsay, Art Bortnick, John 
Humphrey, Harold Daugherty, Coach. 










Panthers on the Prowl 



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V,B-Ball/131 






132/J.V. Basketball 



J.V. Basketball Capt. 
Jim Lindsay. 



(L to R): Chuck Booms, 




Junior Varsity Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Mark Simon, Glen Janezich, Steve Langdon, 
Jack Thomas, John Hanak, Randy Keefe. Row 2: Bill Cheraso, Pat DiTirro, Dave HIavac, Mike 
English, Dale Engleking, Jim Lindsay, Chuck Booms, Jim Malokas, Dave Siefkes. 





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J.V. Basketball/133 



Dancing cheek to cheek. 





Wrestlers' Contemplation. 





Wrestling Coaches (L to R): John Pinkerton, Roger Brown, Dave Schonauer. 



134/Varsity Wrestling 




Confrontation 



The wrestler— a masochist machine- 
starves himself down to weight 
in a weekly cycle of fasting, running, 
working out, and shedding pounds 
from after-game splurges. 
COUNT CALORIES, MEN! 
on a huge mat, the meet begins . . . 
two sleek, prancing athletes CLASH 
in a confrontation of cunning, guts, 
will, until the last spark of 
energy is crushed, 
and the agonized loser cedes 
to the flushed victor, 
and two drained bodies 
collapse on opposite benches. 



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Varsity Wrestling Bottom Row (L to R): Rich Doganiero, John Merrill, Dave Stermole, Dave Indiano, 
Jim Doganiero. Row 2: John Glicker, Dave Ferris, Bob Williams, Doug Balch, Gary Hoffert, Bob 
Takiguchi, Warren Andrews. Row 3: Coach Roger Brown, Al Wallace, Fred Podner, Steve 
Blassingame, John Prizzi, Bill Kahl, Tom Kalamasz, Don Ferris, Dan Fowler, Tony Ghasser, Andy 
Golon. 





Captain Steve Blassingame 



Varsity Wrestling/135 








Junior Varsity Wrestling Bottom Row (L to R): Chris Fidel, Ricl< Doganiero, Warren Andrews, Brian Bowens, Rich 
Tal<iguchi, Rich Miller. Row 2: Doug Balch, John Prizzi, Gordon Grigor, Tom Tabor, Rich Merrill, Don Ferris. Row 3: Dave 
Schonauer, John Pinkerton, Don Bal<er, Dan Fowler, Bill Colt, Kevin Kahl, Dennis Strell, Andy Golon, Gary Hoffert, John 
Blaskovic, Frank Kormanec, Al McElwain. 



136/Junior Varsity Wrestling 







Junior Varsity Wrestling/137 




Paul Schutt, Captain. 




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Varsity Swimming Bottom Row (L to R): Jim Gephart, Ken Butt, Keith Kopecky, Bob Ostrander, Steve 
Chandler. Row 2: Ed Slovenec, Franl< Zal<, Paul Schutt, Matt Medvic, Ted Orton, Paul Bosco. Row 3: 
Coach Rodriguez, Jim Anderson, Mil<e Seredich, Dave Whoe, Jim Smith, Keith Heinlein. 





Junior Varsity Swimming Bottom Row (L to R): Dave Suttle, Greg Skok, Scott Haworth, John Conklin. 
Row 2: Dale Voss, Rich Keay, Richard Voss, Bruce Herveton. Row 3: Scott Boncha, George Beveridge, 
Bill Hensly, Tom Pearson. Row 4: Don Luikart, Tom Blaskovic, Jim Zonar, Kevin Hanna. 



138/Varsity Sw^imming 




"This little piggy 




Lapping It Up! 



In the beginning . . . 
there was Mr. Rodriguez, 
his swim team, and a few spectators 
who came to watch a team LOADED 
with LEL power, 
a gunshot! 

followed by almost two hours of: 
200 yd. relays, 400 yd. free style 
(whew!), forward dive — 2V2 somersault . 
"Hey, I didn't know our team could 
do THAT!" The word spread- 
spirit ignited— attendance INCREASED! 
as a team with a lot of "depth" 
rose again and again to meet victory. 







"Tfiere's a shark in the pool!" 





Varsity Swlmming/139 



LEAP YEAR(with shades of Sadie Hawkins fever) 

So tlie girl pops that all-important question: 

—an invitation to a "Midnight Snowfall" 

Silver sparkles, Snowmen, Snowflakes 

The perfect Kingdom created for Perry Skoll— 

Punch, Cookies and HAMBURGERS! 

A zany, definitely DIFFERENT affair with— 

"We're off to see the Wizard!" 

"The Monster Mash" 

"Who stole the Kishka?!?!" 

Slippery when wet 





and the king reigns 




The monster mash 



140/Winter Festival 






The king and court 




Ring around the rosey 



Winter Festivai/141 




Sophomore Attendant, Gary Miles 




Sophomore Attendant, Frank Poremba 
Junior Attendant, Tom Rose 








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Senior Attendant, Kevin Dugan 




Winter Festival/143 





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Girls Varsity Tennis Team Row 1 (L to R): Nancy Battista, Debbie Francis, Kathy Soltis, Polly 
Tuckerman, Dana Pirvolos, Kathy Kempert. Row 2: Chris Schimph, Jenna Maclntyre, Joanne Kuebler, 
Stephanie Yuhas, Jacque Raybuck, Kathy Kordich, Patty Scheer. 



144/Girl's Sports 




Girls Volleyball Team Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Kunis, Wendy Stocker, Diane Schlick, Jill Veber. 
Row 2: Linda Penharth, Nancy Battista. Row 3: Melissa Palumbo, Karen Patterson, Debbie Francis, 
Sandy Smith. 




You've Come a 
Long Way Baby! 



NO MEN!!! 
Move over, Tarzan! 
Feminine pliysiques 
+ raw willpower — 
Girlie guts and integrity 
on the Tennis Courts, 
in the Pool, 
on the Track, 
Everywhere imaginable! 
Dribblers, volleyers, balancers- 
Striving and surviving in 
A Man's World of Sports. 





Girls Basketball Team Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Plaga, Wendy Stocker, Jill Veber, 
Linda Kunis, Pat Fergus. Row 2: Linda Schaser, Diane Ernie, Linda McBride, Nancy 
Battista, Beth Johnston, Micheie Rupuy. Row 3: Sandy Smith, Cheryl Wiskes, Debbie 
Francis, Karen Patterson, Kathy Tarantino, Diane Schlick. 



Girls Sports/145 



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Dabble 

at the palette 

and color yourself INVOLVED! 

The student after hours 

discovers 

his niche, 

spilling 
his exhuberance 

into his chosen passion, 
drenching others with enthusiasm, 
growing with others 
in the pursuit of 

HAPPINESS 
(wheeeee!!!) 

or the search for meaningful 
CHANGE! 
Dig in! 

Grab a crayon 
and color your life ready 
for surprises and 

backfires! 
color it growing toward tomorrow! 

color it caring— 

for the blind— the poor— 
the choking earth 
and 

color yourself LIVING 
searching out your special place 

under the SUN. 



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American Field 
Service 

A activity, ADVENTURE 

airlines, affection 

acceptance 
F family, feelings 

fun . . . frustrations! 

foreigners— FRIENDSHIPS 

. . . farewells . . . 
S "Son of the Sheik" 

SARIS (Janie in exotic India) 

South Africa (via Veronica) 





American Field Service Executive Board (L to R): Donna Woodruff, President; t^arcia Cowan, 
Treasurer; Veronica Harrison, Exchange Student; Chris Humphrey, Secretary; Carmen 
Edelbergs, Vice-President. 



American Field Service Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Nyman, Donna 
Woodruff, Tracy Cox, Chris Humphrey, Judi Munson. Row 2: IVlary 
Geib, Claudia Davidson, Marcy Cowan. Row 3: Kathy Blatnil<, Polly 
Tuckerman, Yukiko Tokunaga. Row 4: Kathy Workman, Sue Katz, 
Lydia Davidson, Sue Karash, Sue Nash, Cathy Critchfield. Row 5: 
Micheie Young, Janette Barbish, Liz Masse. Row 6: Dave Sechnick. 




Jane Cowan; Euclid Exchange Student. 



150/A.F.S. 




Ad Club Bottom Row (L to R): Debbie Yandala, Darlene Yeray, Karol Martin, Terri Kaston. 
Row 2: Chris IVIartincic, Linda Wise, Claudia Davidson, Micfiele Young. Row 3: Terri 
Wardeiner, Sue Ullman, Carol Weiss, Shirley Carpenter, Beth Johnston, Mary Lou Pfaff. Row 
4: Karin Patterson, Sue Winters, Cindy Ream, Lisa Harris, Nancy Babets, Lisa Lane. Row 5: 
Randy Jameson. 




Free Admission 

Join Mohr's troop and get in free. 

FREE?! 

Not quite! 

Hours spent 

punching tickets, 

stannping hands. 

Crowds ROAR 

at the Euclid-St. Joe game. 

A lonely Ad Club-er 

stands at the gate. 

"What's the score?" 

Finally . . . 

Halftime— 

An anxious fan joins 

the cheering crowd. 



Print It! 



There's nothing like a dark room 

to develop a photographer. 

Select a negative, 

Print it! 

"Shut that door or 

so help me I'll . . ." 

The negative is transferred to 

(guess what!) negative paper! 

(careful, careful) 

Don't forget to dry the print . . . 

What do we have? 

A picture?!!? 



Camera Club Bottom Row (L to R): Louise Gant, Sherrie Salter, Wayne Tryon, Jeff Maconica, 
Lee Miller, Jessy Swinehart. Row 2: Niki Gaul, Craig McGill, Jim Powell, Barry Ruben, Doug 
Rebeck, Jamie Walsh, David Mackovjack, Mr. Rinkes, advisor. 



Ad Club-Camera/151 



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Aviation Club Bottom Row, (L to R): Robin Perrott, Sharon Hulewicz. Row 2: Diane Dicki, Rosanne Arko, Sue Nelson, advisor, 
Mr. Horvath, Tim Liever. Row 3: Carol Pesec, Ken Goebel, Greg Octasek. Row 4: Joe Koskavics, Ray Fuhrman, Brian Holmes, 
David Frisian. 



Astronomy Club (Top L to Top R): iVIr. Powalski, advisor, Kevin Lewis, Jeff Frattin, Jim Hribar, Jeff 
Johnson, Leilin Hsu, Barb Hutchinson, IVlario Tonkley, Dave Pesee, Rich Homar, Mr. Francetic, 
advisor. 



Get High! 

"I get high with a little help 
from my friends." 

Aeronautic NUTS in the classroom- 
chart courses, compass reading, 
plane control— P-L-U-N-G ing 
in the "how" and "why" 
of FLIGHT! 

. . .TO THE AIRPORT!! 
knowledge to action — 
starting with the engine's roar . . . 
zooOOOOOOOOOMMM!!! 
Fasten seatbelts, 
extinguish all cigarettes, 
checl< parachutes, (JUST in case)— 
"let me take you HIGHER!!" 



Space Odyssey 

Instant sunset in the twilight 

zone, then . . . total blackout. 

A pattern of pin points appear. 

Star gazers gather to worship 

under big and little dippers, 

ladeling out the Milky Way. 

Signs of the zodiac— galaxies 

galore Orion-hunter of the heavens— 

Gassiopia — enthroned on a starry 

chair "Spinning Wheels"— revolving stars. 

1971: a Space Odyssey 

1 52/ Aviation-Astronomy 





Foremen's Club Bottom Row, (L to R): Dave Burns, Tom Thompson, Mr. Chambers. Row 2: Mr. Mold, Gary Straus, Jack 
Damberger; Secretary/Treasurer, Mark Tercek; President. Not pictured: Greg Kozar; Vice President. 




Unite! 



Bicycle Club Bottom Row, (L to R): Jim Llever, Sharon Krnc, Mark Bir. Row 2: Holly Resnik, A! Zivic, 
Jeff Benson. flow 3; Mike Balazs, Donna Kunis, Jim Zonar, Jerome Wasil. 



Foremen of Euclid High 

Unite! 

To help teachers and students 

In the art of: 

Auto tinkering, 

Drafting, 

Metal chisseling, 

Printing, 

Wood sawing, and Electronics. 

Electronics. 



"Pedal Pushers" 

A caravan of enthusiastic 
pedal pushers journey in the 
direction of Squire's Castle. 
No fumes, no pollution, no noise. 
Whiz through traffic jams. 
Park in front of a fire hydrant. 
See America on a bicycle; 
it's not such a bad idea. 



Bicycle-Foremen's/1 53 




Panthers (L to R): Mary Ann Kozlch, Pat Fleck. 





Cheerleader: Beverly Cesen. 



Cheerleader Co-Captain: Karen Guenther. 




J.V. Cheerleaders (L to R): Becky Gonso, Patti Paradise, Kathy Camloh, Lynn Schaser, Ann 
Elliot, Sue Laufer, Gayle Gockel, Janet Sbrocco, Leigh Evans. 



Cheerleader: Marian Cholewicki. 




154/Cheerleaders 




Cheerleader: Patti Kadunc. 



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Cheerleaders: Pat Chinnici, Laura Smerdel. 





Cheerleader Co-Captair}: Bari Thomas. 



"Did We Win?" 



'Let's go Euclid— beat Brush!" 
'Oh, is that who we're playing?" 
'First in ten— do it again!" 
"Could you pass the popcorn?" 
'Defense . . . defense!!" 
'That's a cute hat, Martha." 
'Touchdown . . . touchdown!!!" 
"Isn't that ... no, it isn't him." 
'V . . . I . . . C . . . T . . . . . 
"Hey, did we win?" 
"We're #1— second to none!!" 



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Cheerleader: Dina Matuch. 



Cheerleaders/155 



One Step Beyond 



DECA: 

One step beyond the classroom. 

Escape from school three hours 

early, 

And enter into the world of 

free enterprise. 

Retailing, merchandising, 

products become $$$. 

Develop new relationships with 

Employers and customers— 

A future in business. 

Blue and gold teams unite in 

clerical excellence. 

Typing 70 w.p.m. — no errors? 

Leaving school at noon. 

(getting out of gym!) 

Working for real people in 

real live offices. 

(No more of this business 

manual stuff— 

"Turn to page 40 and type No. 34.") 

A winter picnic at Squire's 

Castle (one strange Christmas 

party!) 

A boss-employee dinner 

(the girls foot the bill!) 

highlights genuine work-study. 



Great Escape 




Cooperative Office Education Bottom Row (L to R): Terri Abbott, Carol Race, Cathy Cavar, Cheryl 
Ortman, Laurie LaCava, Lynn Duffy. Row 2: Joanne Nestlerode, Laura Kovacic, Lynette Booms, 
Joan Merinelli, Sue Frimel, Terri Magri, Debbie Turkoc, Sue Krenisky. Row 3: Joanne Gogan, Dave 
Lazar, Shirley Jerkich, Janis Gajda, Cindy Yanchar, Donna Cline, Earl Jablonski. 




Distributive Education Club of America Bottom Row (L to R): Lucy Schultz, Nadine Valentino, Patty 
Miller, Terry Dactyl, Sue Evans, Marsha Griffith. Row 2: Joann Bonick, Dave Phillips, Patty Vibbert, 
Charley LaValley, Debra Yuras, Polly Ester, Kathy Robson, Marlene Weber. Row 3: Tod Guntner, 
Ralph Siberg, Advisor, Ed Yenc, Ken Presley, Dan Meister, Chuck Jolly, Frank Furter, Ray Rankin, 
Gayle Rogers, Barb Kain, Anna Planisek. 




156/C.O.E.— D.E.C.A. 




Movie Club Row 1 (L to R): Mike Belcastro, Jim Kittlesrud, Ron Kittlesrud, Craig 
McGill, Bev Vercellino, Jessie Swiliart. Row 2: Joe Kosl<ovics. Row 3: Tom 
Schneider, Maureen Centa, Dave Berch. Row 4: Sherrie Salter, Jacl<ie Cool<, 
Don Justius, Jamie Walsh. Row 5: Greg Podnar, Jeff McConocha, John Blaco. 
Row 6: Jim Beckert, Jeff Backa, Jerome Wail, Dave Kosovlch. 






Wait Until Darl< 



Who makes possible "the Noon-Movie"? 

Who sells tickets at the door 

and runs the projectors? 

During lunch periods, who brings 

you fantastic flicks, from the 

sentimental Two Mules for Sister 

Sarah to the bloody St. Valentine's 

Day Massacre? 

The Movie Club members— 

that's who!! 



Battling Hate 



"I'd like to teach the world to 
sing in perfect harmony." 
The Youth Council battles BIGOTRY. 
From Judaism (Fiddler on the Roof) 
To Buddhism (temple tour) 
Various races and cultures meet — 
and create a human-to-human war 
against prejudice. 



Youth Council on Human Relations Club Row 1 (L to R): Judi Munson, Polly Tuckerman, Sue 
Rhyne, Lotus Wong. Row 2: VIckl Pasco, Chris Humphrey, Leilin Hsu, Pat Maresh. Row 3: Doug 
Smith, Nancy Baume. Row 4: Tom Bollenbacker, Dale Wilson. 



Movie— Youth Council/157 



Blue and White 

Induction— The Bunning! 

(Run for your lives, Juniors!) 

West Gym Monday morning — face a class of 

grumpy volleyball players. 

Startle them with a shrill "toot" and 

"LINE UP!" 
"But I can't take this ring off!" 
"No, I don't have gum." (swallow) 

Lead exercises. Regiments in 

blue and white 

jump and jack together. 

Demonstrate a serve, ref a game, 

take down nets. 

Back to locker room, 4 minutes to change . . 






Pat Chinnici: President. 



Nancy Tomko: Secretary. 




Mrs. Fox: Advisor. 



Karol Martin: Treasurer. 



Bari Thomas: Historian. 



Michaele Barkhurst: Vice 
President. 



158/G.L.C. 






Girls Leaders Club Bottom Row (L to R): Patti Kadunc, Terri Kaston, Laurie Smerdel, Mary Ann 
Pureber, Diane Erne, Marcia Lobas, Leslie Sherman, Kathy Soltls. Row 2: Sue Winters, Barb 
Czachur, Terri Wardeiner, Claudia Davidson, Peggy Seddon, Chris Schimpf. Row 3: Beth 
Johnston, Judy Lushin, Linda Brod, Judy Pantages, Karen Guenther, Joyce KapusI, Jean Russ. 
Row 4: Jennifer Bates, Kathy Tarantino, Linda Poropat, Cindy Dular, Lynn Lulkart, Cathy 
Critchfield, Kathy Balisterri. Row 5: Sue Ullman, Nancy Rohll<e, Maryann NIemczura, Carol 
Weiss, Sue Katz, Ann Clarl<, Debbie Faunce. 




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Gymnastics Club Bottom Row (L to R): Shirley Rogers, Chris Reese, Kathy Soltls, Beth Stillings, 
Debbie Jo Smerke, Laurie Vargo, Sue Vibbert, Kathy Zaiatel, Nancy Chapel, Patti Meglich. Row 2: 
Sue Ludwa, Debbi Marino, Shirley Marn, Debbie Mangosh, Debl Melaragno, Dawn Morgan, 
Jeanie Pierolo, Sharon Perdan, Sue Perpar, Ruth Poropat, Karen Gaydos. Row 3: Lynn Anzelis, 
Donna Bowes, Maureen Centa, Cathy Critchfield, Margie Deemer, Lois Dobnikar, Jenette 
Erdelak, Mary Evert, Linda Franks, Elaine Hasegawa. Row 4: Mrs. Creveling, Terri Kaston, Laura 
Karlan, Pat Kinkelaar, Judy Kehres, Sharon Krnc, Diane LaDeuceur, Rusty LaDeuceur, Nadine 
Lapides, Cindy Laszcz. 



After the Aches 

Gymnastics is: 

. . . learning how to be graceful 

and clumsy at the same time. 

. . . performing a faultless 

Cat's Cradle 

and knocking out your wind. 

. . . discovering muscles 

you never knew you had (!) 

and regretting it ever after. 

. . . gaining a body control 

that stays 

after the aches disappear. 




Mom's Haven 

Maternal Peacemaker— MOM 

patrols the haven. 

Ceaseless chattering, 

(silent thoughts.) 

ICE CREAM SOLD HERE 

in Prom Headquarters, 

after-game retreat, 

or hard-chaired study hall. 



Mrs. Mom Martinsen. 



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Executive Board (L to R): Cheryl Wiskes, Ruth Poropat, Cindy Zivkovich. 



Corresponding Secretary: Beth Johnston 



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160/G.A.A. 



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"Volley of the Dolls" 



Definition: 

When a girl trades in her nylons 

for a pair of shin guards . . . 

When a girl stays after school foul shooting 

instead of walking her boyfriend home . . . 

When a girl gives up her Saturday afternoon 

to sponsor a playday . . . 

When a girl SACRIFICES her homework one night 

to bake for a bake sale . . . 

Word defined: GAA Member 



Secretary: Darlene Yeray 





Executive Board: Janet Battung, Terri Wardeiner. 



Vice-President: Ann Clark 




G.A.A./161 



Hey Teach!! 



So you REALLY want to be a teacher? 

TUTOR— 

surprise yourself by uttering 

blacl<boarci lingo to a fellow EHS'er. 

VISIT— 

bus to Hiram and Kent 

(to taste the public— and private — 

campus life!) 

OBSERVE 

a rowdy third-grade class 

(and change your career choice to 

"secondary ed!") 





F.T.A. Executive Board (Top to Bottom): Linda Wise, President; 
Barb Brennan, Vice-President; Leslie Sherman, Secretary; Terry 
Henry, Chris Henry, Michele Young, Historian; Kathi Balisterri, 
Treasurer. 




Future Teachers of America Bottom Row (L to R): Nancy Kemter, Diane Dicl<i, Robin Switzer, Stephanie Yuhas, Barb Conrad, 
Cathy Fasham, Janice Baume, Karen Stone, Cindy Weiss, Claudia Davidson, Linda Wise, Lotus Wong. Row 2: Virginia Lewis, 
Debbie Faunce, Terri Smeiko, Diane Dvornik, Debbie Tavenier, Vicki Boettcher, Nancy Rohike, Debbie Yandala, Carol 
Schlickert, Chris Humphrey, Lynn Scheimann, Jan Howell. Row 3: Karol Martin, Linda Brod, Barb Brennan, Iris Onions, 
Marilyn Greenwald, Marie Simeo, Sue Tibjash, Leslie Sherman, Linda Poropat, Linda Brunnett, Nancy Baume, Linda Harrell. 
Row 4: Cheryl Boeder, Joanne McCarty, Lynn Udovich, Chris Henry, Lori Yoder, Terry Henry, Carol Plescia, Mary Marino, 
Beth Johnston, Jennifer Bates, Sue Katz, Michele Young, Nancy Nickels. Row 5: Richard Teloeken, David Saywell, Rich Keay, 
Lorraine Kain, Jean Arnold, Cathy Critchfield, Patty Kadunc, Kathi Balisterri, Joanne Pardi, Susan Pardi, Kathy Maxa, Michele 
Zervos. 



162/F.T.A. 




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How do you like my invisible dog, Barfo? 




Rainy days and Mondays 

Future Business Leaders of America Bottom Row (L to R): Pat Fatica, Ros Cirota, Kathy Kelly, 
Denise Sadowski, Loreen Yoger, Robin Perrott. Row 2: Kathy Schultz, Sue Linsley, Kathy 
VanTilburg, Tina Gilliotti, Sandra Seredich, Laura Karlan. Row 3: Linda Zakrajse, Arlene Anderson, 
Dolores Cup, Karen Kretic, Jean Swearingen, Amy Morton. Row 4: Karen Parisi, Mary Anne 
Harwood, Jeanne Kowalski, Cindy Weisert, Jan Huber. Row 5: Toni Kime, Pam Lytle, Gary 
Callahan, John Glicker, Nina Blazun, Joanne Raggets. 





FBLA Executive Board (L to R): Denise Sadowski, Arlene Anderson, Karen Parisi, 
Laura Karlen. 




Future Stock 



Future stockbrokers of Wall Street 

develop a keen sense of 

business ethics. 

G.N. P. vs. the law of supply 

and demand. 

Learn how to handle $$$ as 

preparation for the "hard-headed' 

shrewd business world." 

A Cleveland Sheraton convention 

and a Christmas party highlight 

a "profitable" year. 



F.B.L.A./163 



Needlework 



White corridors 

White gowns 

White faces— 

(startled by the administration of 

a sometimes-too-gruesome shot) 

Smells of antiseptic meet an 

eager group of hospital-hoppers: 

Lectures on medicine, technology, 

therapy, social work 

(different facets— common goals) 

Future healers— donating their lives 

to cure a sick world. 




Medical Careers Club Bottom Row, (L to R): Glenis Cline, Susan Phillips, Amy Balale, 
Terry Henry, Denise Kinsey, Cathy Clark, Barb Wright, Melinda Lloyd, Helen Laznik, 
Steve McBride. Row 2: Linda Trunkely, Jan Chesnic, Chris Henry, Jane Kimack, Kathy 
Marolt, Nancy Nickels, Janet Reeves, Diane Myslinki, Leilin Hsu. Row 3: Linda Dembek, 
Maria Costanzo, Ruth Poropat, Madelyn Mramor, Debbie Strell, Jill Hamilton, Veronica 
Harrison, Connie Gudel, Helen Mausser, Sue DiNiro. Row 4: Laura Mooney, Aldona 
Narusas, Linda Meglich, Terri Steinfurth, Darlene Markovic, Peggy Seddon, Debbie 
Anderson. Row 5: Denise Lamm, Donna Pestotnik, Kitty Knox, Mary Ann Zupancic, Gerri 
Donavan, Marlin Hsu. 



Man: in Danger! 

"Using asphalt on roads instead of 

cement prevents THE UNSIGHTLY 

GROWTH OF GRASS on our highways," 

a legislator recommends. 

Are YOU ready for a parking lot 

"paradise???" 

Kids for Earth aren't; recycling 

glass, planting trees, growing 

organic food, picking up litter, 

they fight to save an 

endangered species: MAN! 

Find a solution to pollution, for 

"We have met the enemy and HE is US!" 




Kids tor Earth Bottom Row (L to flj.- Janie Cowan, Carol DiBiasio. Row 2: 
Denise Kinsey, Carol Stepien. Row 3: Sue Karesh, Niki Gaul. Row 4; Jean 
Reilly, Debbie May, Jan Chesnic. Row5: Mary Stepien, Cibyi Beene. Row 
6: Ed Cook, John Wade, Jerome Wasil, Mr. Soitesz. 



164/Kids for Earth-MCC 



Senior Cabinet Bottom Row (L to R): Beth Johnston, John Cassese. Row 2: 
Lorraine Punzar, Bev Cesen. Row 3: Chuck Jolly, Greg Lyman, Jack Rotar, Eric 
Bana. 



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Senior class— change from within. 

"officers" trashed— 

a cabinet of 8 created! and . . . 

crammed on the Little Theatre stage. 

Potential cabinet members face a 

barrage of— 

questions 

reactions 

criticism. 

Their response 

"There will be no losers in this 

election." 

Especially with 

donuts, 

Hairy Buffalo T-Shirts, 

Powder Puff football game, 

Nestle's Crunch candy bars, 

buttons, 

Christmas Dance . . . 

(And a great Prom!) 



Junior Class Officers (Bottom to Top): Tom Breitsch, President; 
Keith Kopecky, Vice-President; Karen Bowman, Secretary; Diane 
Van Sice, Treasurer. 




Emerging Unity 

Advisor Miss Modie reveals— 

a scant balance of $10, so 

Tom and Keith, Karen and Diane 

consider the possibilities. 

"At least we're not in debt!" 

Defiant spirits reply — 

"We don't mess around!" 

December— 

a month for Santa Claus and 

Jr. class candy canes, 

emerging unity: 

"We are great— Great are we! 

. . . We're the class of '73!" 



Senior Cablnet/Jr. Class/165 



Hockey Club Bottom Row (L to R): Mike Belcastro, Alan Beal, Dennis Carter. Row 2: Jim 
Amundsen, Jim Kerze, Steve Kosovich, Ron Sharpe, Doug Jones. Row 3: Coacti Darowitz, Jeff 
Engle, Glenn Lytle, Ted Zawojek, Bill Chapel, Jeff Taylor, John Primeau, Robert Saywell, Pat 
Gallagher, Duane Ganser. 



Pucker Power 

Well-padded players swinging 
funny-shaped sticks 
attack a little flat ball. 
Echoes of hard sound- 
wood on wood (clack!) 
wood on ice (thud) 
wood on shins (ow!) 
Suddenly— CLOBBER! Pow! Bash! 
Screeeech! 5 minutes In 
the penalty box! 
Hockey— fast, wild, often gory, 
(without glory), a clash of 
icy violence— exploding 
tempers, bruised shins, 
broken bones, and bloody victory. 




Run— What Else? 

So, you're an athlete. 

You've got time to spare. 

You want to condition your already 

beautiful body. 

What do you do? 

Why, you run 500 miles— WHAT ELSE? 

Not all at once, 

but spread out over months, 

every minute spent sprinting— 

Six miles, to and from school. 

"Wheels" become almost obsolete — 

Instead, YOU RUN! 

No fancy rewards 

or glory-filled recognition, 

only vigorous physical conditioning 

and self-satisfaction. 




500 Mile Club Bottom Row (L to R): Kevin Lewis, Jeff Johnson, Steve Kastreba, Vic Szabo. 
Row 2: Art Gold, Bob Day. Row 3: Rich Day, Mark Sullivan. Walt Zmijewski. 



166/Hockey— 500-Mile 




Pray for Snow 

Peanut butter cups! 

Chocolate Meltaways! 

Snow! 

Cold! 

Slopes! 

Collision! 

Friends! 

Laughter! 

Hot chocolate! 

Bus rides! 

Ski club! 

(Very brisk!) 



Ski Club Executive Board (L to R): Carol Lanning, Jan Kastelic, Cloyd Hildebrand. 

Ski Club Row 1 (L to R): Cindy Cradis, Lynn Zola, Maryellen Giunta, Denise Kinsey, Jackie Miklavic, Carole Braining, Linda 
Harrell, Patty Chambers, Kathy Gamir, Kathy Van Tilburg, Tina Gilliotti, Carole Lanning, Virginia Lewis, Nancy Pavsek, 
Judy Steinhauer, Karol Martin, Linda Wise, Jean Rielly. Row 2: Kathy Petsanis, Donna Pestotnik, Bonnie Petrovich, Kathi 
Zaiatel, Sharon Perdan, Peggy Tamborrello, Diane Van Sice, Sue Frimel, Cindy Portik, John Graham, Keith Howard, Mary 
Marino, Sue Maher, Bev Cesen, Jan Kastelic, Cathy Kenik, Lorraine Punzar, Jann Wilson. Row 3: Michele Young, Carol 
Stepien, Karen Sylte, June Thiesse, Patty Kempert, Donna Barnes, Dolores Cup, Frank Sicurezza, Ruthann Hendershot, 
Chip Davis, Maria Rupena, Peggy Chambers, Janet Johnson, Debbie Kase, Patty KaduncBeth Stoch. Row4; Jean Grzsik, 
Mary Schwarz, Margaret Andrews, Laura Kovacic, Pam Barker, Lynn Kempke, Arlene Miller, Peggy Hoffman, Jim Purvis, 
Tim Terrill, Kim Selway, Barb Yakovac, Mary Ellen Coughlin, Lee Ann Borzi, Sue Downer, Vanya Akraboff, John 
Holodniak. Row 5: Glenn Lytle, Janette Barbish, Norma Sims, Sandy Smith, Mike Otcasek, Bill Barker, Ed Wohl, Bob 
Terrill, Bill Kovatch, Randy Kubetin, Rich Keay, Eric Imm, Rusty Stauffer, Lisa Harris, Mike Balazs, Carmen Edelbergs. 




Lettermen's Club Row 1 (L to R): Tom Muscenti, Paul Schuti, Art Gold. Row 2: Greg Foskey, Bryan 
Munson, Barry Munson, John Glicker, Pat Ludwa, Steve Skinner, Dan Wendorff, Frank Smolinski, 
Chris Caimi, Rick Toaddy, Mr. Seymour, Bob Yozipovich. Row 3: Tom Brockman, Rich Day, Mark 
Lickert, Denis Smith, Marc Jewett, Kirk Will, Gary Higgs, John Bradshaw, Bill Barbis, Ken Mitchell, 
Miller Collins. 



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A Little Better 

An enormous fuzzy "E" 

for 

HURDLERS who leaped a little higher 

RUNNERS who sprinted a little quicker 

GRIDDERS who passed a little farther 

CAGERS who dunked a little oftener 

RACKETMEN who volleyed a little slyer 

MATMEN who pinned a little stronger 

SWIMMERS who splashed a little sooner 

SLUGGERS who swung a little slammler 

than the average 

All-Amerlcan 

Panther athlete!!! 



Letterman's-Ski/167 




Junior and Sophomore Representatives Bottom Row (L to R): Marlene Kurilla, Gerry Donovan, Pam Pantages, Terry 
Gibbons, Louise Sabol, Toni Kibicker. Row 2: Dale Wilson, Polly Tuckerman, Laura Purnell, Debbie Re, Joanne Pardi, 
Robbie Rotar. Row 3: Patti Graven, John Blaskovic, Karen Sylte, Tracy Cox, Linda Poropat, Linda Harrel. 




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Senior Representatives Bottom Row (L to R): Missy Otcasek, Jann Wilson, Patti 
Becker, Kathy Monahan. Row 2: Jack Rotar, Denise Lamm, Chris Martincic, Chip 
Pavis. Row 3: Mike Kogan, Randy Kubetin, John Gordos. Row 4: Lisa Thomas, Jan 
McKee, Eric Imm, Mike Balazs. 



Ed, Judy, Elaine, Beth— 
and an Executive Board 
begin by kicl<ing around an idea . . . 
voila! a king reigns at Winter 
Festival! a possibility of 
extending the curriculum 
Mini-courses are born again— 
for the first time, "How to 
decorate a mirror"? The host 
of the LEL Conference, the 
originators of the Senior 
Cabinet Election— "Getting it 
together" with true SOUL CONCERN. 




Treasurer: Beth Sabo. 



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Secretary: Elaine Joyce 
Vice-President: Judy Pantages 




President: Ed Purnell 








Student Council Executive Board Members (L to R): Marlene Kurilla, Judy Pantages, 
Gerri Donovan, Ed Purnell, Beth Sabo, Eric Imm, Glenn Higaki, Elaine Joyce. 



Student Council/169 



Artsy-Craftsies 

That group of artsy-craftsy people 

sees the C's this year: 

Cleveland Orchestra 

(the string thing) 

"Caravaggio and his followers" 

for art buffs, 

Canterbury Tales 

starring an artist in 

residence at Euclid! 

After all, C IS FOR CULTURE! 

(the root of the group) 



Humanities East Bottom Row (L to R): Janie Cowan, Sharon Glass, Carol DiBiasio, Judy Munson. 
Row 2: Marilyn Greenwald, Barbara Hutchinson, Patti Petscher, Sue Rhyne, Marcy Cowan, flow 3: 
Yukiko Tokanaga, Glenn Higaki, Donna Woodruff, Jann Wilson, Terry Henry, Karen Guenther. Row 
4: Richard Vesel, Kathe Workman, Sue Nash, Loren Felder. Row 5: Michael Forgac, Tom 
Chambers, Ann Clark, Lorraine Kain. Row 6: Cal Eihman, Richard Toeloken, Anne Sulen, Lisa 
Thomas, Rick Brown. Row 7: Ellen Bartel, Lynette Graheck, Liz Hasse. 




(Wh) Y-Teens 

Stage an over-night at the Y. 

(A sleep walker meanders into the 

pool . . . SPLASH!) 

A memory to file under "times shared. 

Sponsor a bake sale and a dance . . . 

Dividends of fun. 

Girls be-friending, finding, learning, 

caring. 

Who? (wh)Y-Teens, of course! 




y-Teens Bottom Row (L to R): LaVonda Benko, Nancy Tomko, Debbie Strell, 
Kathy Breshbar. Row 2: Joyce Tucceri, Michele Young, Wendy Zitnik, Sharon 
Resar. 



170/Humanities— Y-Teens 



i 




Key Club Bottom Row (Uo R): Mr. Burns, Bob Young, Chuck Turcek, Tom 
Himmelman, Dan Cooke, Karl Francetic. Row 2: Ron Kittelsrud, Art Gold, 
Mark Gulich, Chick Carroll, Dave Siefkes, Kevin McDonough, Bill Florian. 
Row 3: Manny Balale, John Hanak, Rick Wojeck, Bill Kuebler, Greg 



Podnar, Jim Bizzarri. Row 4: Kim Selway, David Wade, Hal Reed, Tom 
Meyer, Kevin Hannon, Kent Nicholson. Row 5; Gary Katz, Kent Daiber, Eric 
Rasmussen, Ed Brooks. 



Key Club Officers (Top to Bottom): Glenn Higaki, President, 
Eric Rasmussen, First Vice President, Art Gold, Treasurer, 
Dave Sechnick, Secretary. 




Kong, Popcorn 
And Service 

Enriching man's existence- 
How? 

A Christmas journey to the hospital — 
inciting spirit and hope. 
Sponsors of money-mal<ing schemes- 
"da King Kong Movie." 
Eternal popcorn venders- 
Brotherhood with St. Joes! 
Fake riots challenge a hospital 
crew (and test riot control) 
Key Club— locked with the 
Euclid Kiwanis! 



Key Club/171 



Cover That Story 

Who— What— When— Where— Why?? 

Cover that story! 

Take those pictures! 

Move those presses! 

Meet that deadline! 

The scurrying life of a newspaper — 

reporting, informing, 

commenting, revealing. 

Snoopy says: the latest gossip is 

"In!" 





Survey Tri-Editors (L to R): John Baglione, Maryann Zupancic, Bill Fergus. 




Survey Editorial Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Kevin Callaghan, John 
Baglione, Maryann Zupancic, Bill Fergus, Granville Smith, Ad- 
visor, Patti Anderson. Row 2: Vicki Paparizos, Cal Eyman, Kitt 
Knox, David Sechnick, Pat Gmeiner, Ron Czaplicki. Row 3: 



Sharon Glass, Marilyn Greenvi^aid, Iris Onions, Kathy Barelich, 
Doug Rebeck, Sue Katz, John Graham. Row 4: Chris Shaw, Nancy 
Kemter, Joanne Kovacich, Brian Eyman, Mary Geib, Sue Nash, 
Cindy Caddick. 



172/Survey Editorial 



Survey Business Bottom Row (L to R): Patti Anderson, Dave McMannes, Howard McCleane, Laurie 
Kadlec. Row 2: John McMerrill, Bev Kimes, Marcy Brizes, Amy Gorn, Nancy Keck. Row 3: Rene Velez, 
Rosanne Arko, Sue Poltorak, Peg O'Donnell. Row 4: Rich Teloeken, Al Jilek, Maureen Centa, Maria 
Rupena, David Sayweil, Carolyn Yehl, Kathy Blakeley, Karen Anderson. 






"Though this be madness, yet there Is method In 't.' 



"Pick a card, any card." 




Sell! Sell! Sell! 

"Push those subscriptions!" SELL! SELL! SELL! 
Football season: "Wanna buy a program?????" 
(Basketball season dittoes the question) 
Trudge through the malls to pester for patrons! 
Peddle Surveys in the cafeteria! 
Mr. Mize and his guys run the other half — 
imPRINTing imPRESSions. 



Survey Bus. /1 73 




Euclidian Business I.Q.S. Bottom Row (L to R): Rhonda Malin, Tom Kordich, Debbie Tavenier, Bettina DeCapita, 
Donna Pestotnik, Linda Strobie, Patti Becl<er. Row 2: Steve Bul<ovac, Carol Stepien, Pat Maresh, Joanne 
Raggets, Pat Anderson, Barb Tesmer, Diane Dvornik, Janet Glazer, Laura Francetic, Cathy Schuitz. 




Euclidian Editorial I.Q.S. Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Brennan, Amie Balale, Janle Cowan. Row 2: Nancy EIze, Diana Karol, 
Karen Sylte, Chris Shaw, Tracy Cox, Kathi Balisterri, Steve McBride, Loreen Yoger, Pete Lundskow. Row 3: Sue Edelman, 
Pat Lawrence, Grace Homme), Sue Winters, Marcia Cowan. 



174/LQ.S. 




Eucuyo I.Q.S. (L to R): Lauren Felder, Kathe Workman, Glenn Higaki, Richard Vesel, Donna 
Woodruff. 




Valentines Day Induction— 

and juniors inherit I.Q.S. 

membership. 

Rival literary fanatics 

(Euclidian, Survey, and Eucuyo) 

meet on friendly terms 

("for just this once!!"). 

Speaker Doug, now BIG-TIME reporter, 

(Imagine! He was once editor 

of Survey! . . You're kidding! . . Wow!) 

"You meet some PECULIAR people 

in journalism ..." says Doug 

(to the peculiar journalists of 

the audience)! 

Formality breaks 

with a stampede for cookies and 

punch, (then groupie pictures). 

Inevitably .... back to deadline 

pressures and work parties. 




Survey Editorial I.Q.S. Bottom Row (L to R): Wayne Tryon, Doug Rebeck, Jim Hagy, Ron Czaplicki, Craig McGill, 
Dave Sechnick, Biil Fergus. Row 2: Kitt Knox, Maryann Zupancic, John Baglione, Doug Smith, Pat Anderson, 
Dave Sayvi^eli, Rick Worjeck, John Graham, Cuiver Eyman, Pat Gmeiner, Sharon Glass, Marilyn Greenw/ald. 




Survey Business I.Q.S. Bottom Row (L to R): Richard Teioeken, Rich 
Griesmer. Row 2: Peggy O'Donneli, Sue Poltocak, Laurie Kadlec, 
Carolyn Yeh!, Patti Anderson. 



I.Q.S./175 




Junior Majorettes (L to R): Karen Rust, Mary Jo Marhefka, Joan Zajc. 

Mitch's Kittens 

Freshly polished white boots boldly 

step onto even the muddiest field. 

A perfected routine emerges 

from exhausting practices-aching 

muscles. 

A floppy hat-a shrill whistle 

puts these agile primadonnas in 

line. Synchronized "goose steps?" 

Pre-game dinner engagements. 

Close friendships grow between Big 

and Ml' sis's. 

Flashing batons, high kicks, bright 

smiles — 

souvenirs of their "fruitful" days 

at EHS! 




Head Majorettes (L to R): Donna Uchbar, Kathy Monahan. 



Senior Majorettes Bottom Row, (L to 
R): Cathy Paulauskas. Row 2: Kathy 
Devito, Carol Buchholz. 




176/Majorettes 





Senior Majorettes (L to R): Debbie Lutz, Chris Martincic, Darlene 
Yeray. 




Senior Majorettes (L to R): Marcia Lobas, Mary Ann Pureber. 



Majorettes/ 177 



Fantasies 

A contest .... 

Dreams, fairy tales, fantasies. 

A decision .... 

which stories, which poems, 

which pictures, will become 

EUCUYO. A frame .... 

and inside an imprint, 

a nostalgic daydream— 

a dictionary of imagery. 



Eucuyo Bottom Row (L to R): Kathi Balisterri, Carol DiBiasio, Michele Young, Vicki Pasco. Row 2: 
Kitty Know, Lynn Luikart, Lauren Felder, Kathe Workman, Donna Woodruff. Row 3: Rae-Lynn 
Cebul, Chris Shaw, Tracy Cox, MaryAnn Zupancic, Polly Tuckerman, Richard Vesel, Glenn Higaki, 
Mike Forgac, Gary Horvat. 





The Abominable Boxman strikes agalnl 




Eucuyo Editors Bottom Row (L to R): Richard Vesel. Row 2: Kathi 
Balisterri, Lauren Felder, Mike Forgac, Marianne Zupancic. Row 3: 
Donna Woodruff, Carol DiBiasio. 



178/Eucuyo 



National Forensic League Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Sustaric, Mark Battista, John Cassese, Rick 
Wojcik. Row 2: Carole Lanning, Holly Resnik, Roger Osgood, Missy Otcasek. Row 3: Tom 
Bollenbacher, Amy Gorn, Cindy Campus. 




5:00 a.m. again? 



Facts, opinions, improvisations — 
the birth of a new angle, a new debate. 
Saturday morning, the alarm rings! 
"5:00?? ALREADY?? Oh, I hate mornings!!" 
and a groggy thespian awakens to . . . 
"To be or not to be (loud enough?)" 
"The Judicial system SHOULD be 
reformed. If you examine the . . ." 
Convincing judges, opponents, and 
YOURSELF that YOU are right! 
(sneakily eyeing the timekeeper) 
Dramatic interpretations- 
burying yourself in a new person, 
a foreign character, 
erupting in a collage of emotions. 
Competition ends and NFLers mechanically 
gobble down lunches, 
nervously awaiting (and waiting 
and waiting and waiting and . . . ) 
their RESULTS! 



"Ology-mania" 



Teacher recommendations, 

comprehensive science test— 

the ticket to Tues., 7:30, Room 396, 

Lectures: 

local professors speak on the 

"ologies" (Biology, geology, . . . ) 

a Notre Dame Nun 

"Spectra of Atoms and Stars" 

Future Einsteins tour Case Observatory 

looking beyond the chalkboard 

into the realm of SCIENCE. 





Science Seminar Bottom Row (L to R): Neal Stout, Rich Schultz, Chris Henry, Mary Ann 
Zupancic, Pat Chlebik, Kitty Knox, Richard Teloken, Andy Paller. Row 2: Dale Cadwallader, 
Mike Balazs, Rob Johnston, Nelson Olwer, Bob Frederking, Don Gudaitis, Terry Henry. Row 
3: Ed Cook, Jerome Wasil, Gary Katz, Mike Forgac, John Chase, Scott Somers. 



"Do you want my autograph, too?" 



Science Sem. N.F.L./179 




/^ 








Senior Scandal Editors Top to Bottom: Dave Sechnick, Assistant Editor; 
Maryann Zupancic, Editor-in-Chief; Lisa Licl<, Assistant Editor. 



Senior Scandal Bottom Row (L to R): Cathy Blatnil<, Colleen Doyle, Nancy EIze, Jean 
Teschner, Patti Becker, Debbie Lamont. Row 2: Linda Poweli, Mary Ann Kozich, Sarah 
Richards. Row 3: Helen VIcek, Janet McKee, Chris Henry, Nancy Pavsek. Row 4: Donna 
Robinson, Niki Gaul, Joan Monaghan. 





*"^ 





Revelations 

For Seniors— 

THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS: 

Everything You Always Wanted 

to Know about SENIORS 

(That They'd Like to Forget!) 

The nosiest members of the class 

pry eagerly 

for juicy gossip, past bloopers, 

and humorous tidbits of nostalgia 

in one last collection 

of amalgamated class memories 

before the senior escapes 

to the chaos 

beyond the microcosm. 




182/Senior Scandal 




Flabby Body? 

Picture a flabby body— 

a person totally uncoordinated, 

no muscles. 

Then he joins the WL Club. 

Umph! 

Thorough, vigorous working-out, 

lift a heavy bar— ENDURANCE . . . 

Suddenly, muscles begin to bulge! 

Strength and coordination develop 

(not to mention a good-looking bod) 

He now carries the weight of the 

world upon his shoulders— 

and the women of the world at 

his feet! 






The Shape of 
Things to Come 

The Hercules Machines. 
All of you sports hunkies— 
put a motor in your muscles, 
a spring in your step, 
a gloss in your coat, 
a BOING in your bod, 
and motivation in your mind! 
Join the Conditioning Club! 



Wt.lifting-Condifioning/183 




Gold Team Bottom Row, (L to R): Vicky Paparizos, Sue Kluska, Scott Banford, Judy Steinhaver, Jan Kastelic, Denise 
Kinsey. Row 2: Niki Gaul, Patty Driscoll, Laurie Smerdel, Patty Becker, Ginny Theweat, Debbie Lament, Patty Hepp, Anny 
Balale, Clare Clapacs. Row 3: Denise Lamb, Laura Harper, Amy Morton, Bonnie Bryant, Joan Monaghan, Sara Richards, 
Lisa Lick, Barb Ovsek, Kathy Jelepis, Sue Downer, Camille Gorman, Holly Stump, Pat Lokar, Kathy Centa, Louise Gant. 




TOUCHDOWN! 




GoW Team Coaches (L to R): Ed Bronaka, Bill Frank, Jack Rotar, Scott Banford. 




184/Powder Puff 





"Notre Dames" 

Hey, look at the hunky football . . . 

WOMEN?????? 

A man's sport played with a woman's 

fury— complete with (ouch) injuries. 

Coaches threaten: 

"PRACTICE— Saturday morning, 
8:00 a.m. SHARP!!! BE THERE— 
OR YOU DON'T PLAY SUNDAY!!! 

On the BEEG DAY . . . 

a small BUT spirited crowd gathers, 

parents, brothers, sisters, and 

attentive boyfriends. 
"HUDDLE!" 

Quarterback: "Play three!" 
Double reverse LEFT! Backs run 
INTERFERENCE! On "SET"— 



1, 



2, 



3! 



"DOWN!" 

"Ready, set, GOOOOOO!!!" 
The final score: 22-20. 
BLUE VICTORY— 
and $600 (!!) for the Senior Class. 



Blue Team Coaches (L to R): Duane Ganser, Norm Kozan, Greg Lyman, Tom Turk. 




Blue Team Bottom Row, (L to R): Lori Andrews, Cindy 
Bohanan, Greg Lyman, coach, Nancy Pavsek, Sharon Senn, 
Rhonda Malin, Cathy Fasham. Row 2: Lynette Booms, Charm 
Brothers, Brig DiTomaso, Barb Wiliert, Lynn Zola, Judy 
Pantages, Nancy Tomko. Row 3: Donna Robinson, Judy 



Savarino, Denise Pisano, JoAnn Mahusky, Jean Teschner, Bev 
Cesen, Jan Wiison. Row 4: Eiaine Joyce, Sandy Smith, Barb 
Liiley, Laura Mooney, Debbie Kase, Patty Kadunc, Sue Uliman, 
Lorraine Kain, Diane Erne. 



Powder Puff/185 




St 



Orchestra Bottom Row (L to R): June Thiesse, Faith Stroud, 
JoAnne Kuebler, Kathi Balisterrl, Pam Pantages. Row 2: Craig 
Sweet, Nancy Kemter, Dawn Morgan. Patti Booth, Leilin Hsu, 
Kathy Kordich, Mary Emser, Joan Chase, Debby Yandala, Carol 
Schlikert, Sue Nash, Vicki Longstreth. Row 3; Pauline Hoover, 
Sue Ullman, Sue Bowman, Jennifer Bates, Harry Schultz, Dan 
Soltis, Cindy Ream, Sue Katz, Nancy Nicl<les, Cathy Kenik, 



vx^,i4\f.V-\iii^ 



Debbie Perkins, Laura Francetic. Row 4: Roy Sonntag, Karia 
Mucci, Phil Cooney, Dale Kain, Ron Emser, Gary Katz, Ted 
Crawford, Melinda Lloyd, Mary Geib, Judy Kehres, Matt 
Johnson, Dan Hinde, Paul Hungerford, Lorraine Kain. Row 5: 
Pam lanica. Chuck Newlan, Greg Foskey, Marty Kosovlch, 
Sherry Ross, Brian Shilander. 





Screeeeeech 



8 A.M. . . . silence. 

8:05 . . . poorly-punctual players begin. 

Glances from music, to Mr. Harper, 

OOPS— a sour note from a daydreamer. 

Concert time is near. 

SCREEEEECH— ugh. 

Practice, practice, practice. 

(Sore fingers and lips, split reeds, 

broken strings) 

The future concert melts into NOW: 

as screeches mellow 

to illuminate harmony. 



186/Orchestra 










Symphonic Band 


Alto Clarinet: 








D. Soltis 




Flute 




M, Balale 




D 


Barnes 


Bass Clarinet: 




J. 


Bates 


H. Schultz 




J, 


Cowan 


L. Glavac 


^k 


L 


Jokela 


Alto Sax: 




K, 


Stone 


B. Glavac 




A. 


Taylor 


P. Hrvatin 




S, 


Ullman 


J, Mataich 




C 


Weiss 


K. Stumpf 




ClBrinel 


Tenor Sax: 




B, 


Chapel 


C. Houser 




L. 


Francetlc 


L, Kain 




C, 


Haslego 


Oboe. 




S, 


Katz 


V. Longstreth 




J. 


Kittelsrud 


S. Nash 




M. 


Kobal 


D. Vesel 




N, 


Nickels 


Tympani: 




S. 


Patfield 


M. Fisher 


"^""''' 


D. 


Perkins 


Tuba: 




C, 


Ream 


J. Kukral 




G. 


Rictiardson 


D. Srnlk 




N. 


Rohike 


L. Trennel 


* 


E. 


Schanz 


Baritone Sax: 




L 


Sherman 


R. Thompson 


_ 


D. 


Tavenier 


Percussion: 




H- 


Theodore 


M. Habat 




A. 


Wuchiett 


R. Knific 




Trombone: 


G. Lyman 




M. 


Johnson 


R. Sonntag 




R. 


Johnston 


S, Wilson 




B. 


Hausrath 


String Bass: 




D. 


Hinde 


G. Foskey 




P, 


Hungerford 


J. Schoeniger 




Cornet & Trumpet: 


French Horn: 




T. 


Burnes 


M. Geib 




T 


Crawford 


J. Kehres 


^HH 


B. 


Day 


M. Lickert 


S^M 


K. 


Francetlc 


M. Lloyd 


HpH 


G. 


Katz 


Baritone: 


ly^fl 


R. 


Kittelsrud 


J, Koskovics 


■■■1 


K. 


Mucci 


J, Lindsay 


^H 


N. 


Scotese 


D Rebeck 


^BH 


D. 


Shuman 


Bassoon; 


BHH 


B 


Wightman 


T. Carpenter 



Superlative 

This is THE band! 

Superlative— 

The HARDEST pieces 

The NEWEST arrangements 

The TOUGHEST competition 

The STRICTEST discipline (?!?!) 

The ULTIMATE in Musicianship at EHS 



Symphonic Band/187 






Concert Band 


Flute: 




S. 


Bowman 


N. 


Chapel 


D. 


Hoffmeyer 


P. 


Hoover 


J. 


Raggets 


S. 


Ross 


B. 


Stillings 


B. 


Strauss 


L. 


Wutchiett 


L. 


Yoder 


Clarinet: 


S. 


Giliberto 


C. 


D'Amico 


M. 


Dupay 


D. 


Holcombe 


N. 


Lipstreu 


D. 


Patterson 


J. 


Reeves 


J. 


Schaefer 


B. 


Schneider 


K. 


Thomas 


G. 


Vogel 


R. 


Young 


fiass Clarinet: 


D. 


Cowling 


Oboe 


; 


J. 


Singer 


Alto Sax: 


D. 


Truskolaski 


G. 


Young 


Tenor Sax: 


D. 


Pesec 


M 


Stalhuth 


Baritone Sex: 


A. 


Nickels 


Trombone: 


T. 


Meyer 


B, 


Modic 


Trumpet-Cornet: 


A. 


Seal 


P. 


Cooney 


L, 


Gorg 


D. 


Kain 


G 


Skrout 


E. 


Slovenec 


R. 


Tekancic 


Baritone Horn: 


D. 


Blewitt 


C. 


Blott 


S. 


Cline 


Percuss/on. 


G. 


Bilyk 


L. 


Heinlein 


M. 


Hurwitch 


C. 


Newlen 


L. 


Noel 


H. 


Reed 


T. 


Samsa 



after a frenzied run from 1st 
period gym . . . 
underclassmen unite 
in an awl<ard combination of 
NOT ENOUGH lower brass 
and an OVERABUNDANCE of winds. 
Add Mr. Taddeo, 
throw in a little chaos, 
and repet—repet— repetition . . . 
Concert Band . . . 
Quietly envious of a dominating 
. Symphonic Band 
then, laughing it off with 
"Wait until next year." 



188/Concert Band 




Pep Band Bottom Row, (L to R): Greg Lyman, Dan Hinde. Row 2: Phil Cooney, Nick 
Scotese, Karl Francetic, Harry Schultz, Larry Treennel. Row 3: Paul Hungerford, 
Dave Hinde, Gary Katz. Row 4: Doug Rebeck, Chuck Houser. 




A Zaney Troupe 



Romping through crowded halls. 

ENTERTAINING at Powder Puff half time, 

zany troupe of 

Horns, 

Drums, 

and blue blazers clown at basketball games. 

Gerby leads the wild antics 

and music making, and 

stands sway to the tune of 

"Let me call you sweetheart," 

As the BAND PLAYS ON. 



Pin(k) Power 

After the battle, only remnants remain. 

Testimonies of desperate attempts, 

bitter defeats 

and long awaited success. 

The aftermath— A new kind of defense: 

Scores of Soldiers 

combat an unrelenting barrage of 

TATTERED sleeves, TORN backs! 

A RESTITGHED seam 

Saves the team. 




Pink Panthers Bottom Row, (L to R): Miss Lako. Row 2: Nancy 
Powell, Lori Lustic, Bettina De Capite, Denise Kinsey. Row 3: Linda 
Powell, Betty Huston, IVlary Laznik, Janet Glazer, Diana Trebec, 
Virginia Reilly, Delores Stachurski. Row 4: Helen Mosser, Mary 
Humap, Carol Lewis, Sandi Schultz, Val Streble, Linda Brunnett, 



Mary Ann Krajnyak, Nancy Cooper, Pam Lytle. Row 5: Karen 
Adelson, Janice Connerton, Roberta Cavell, Polly Tuckerman, Sue 
Perry, Jeannie Kowalski, Cheryl Wiskes, Pink Panther, Gail Petroff, 
Niki Gaul, Marcia Nemeth, Sue Tibjash, Donna Nyman, Marion 
Theus, Sharon Sandburg. 



Pep Band-Pink Panthers/189 



Choral Masters Bottom Row (L to R): Rhonda Malin, Beth 
Fike, Judy Steinhauer, Pal Paradise, Rick Wojcik, Fred 
Ehrhardt, Terry Cutter, Judi Munson, Peggy Seddon, Carol 
McVey, Bev Kimes, Marci Brizes, Bobbie Gubanc. Row 2: 
Denise Harper, Jane Turley, Gail Bammerlin, Kathy Camloh, 
Daniel Hinde, Kevin Hanna, Mark Fross, Lynette Grahek, Tina 
Nahrstedt, Janet Glazer, Debbie Tavenier. Row 3: Amie Balale, 
Darlene Yeray, Ginny Thweatt, Diana Karol, Dennis Meister, 
Dave Brussee, Ellen Bartel, Jan Kastelic, Nancy Liuhdahl, Dina 
Matuch, Jenna Mclntyre. Row 4: Debbie Tonkin, Patti Re, 



Renee Hanna, Connie Kovacevic, Holly Resnik, Joanne Ur- 
bancic, Rich Keay, Paul Clapp, William Francis, Laurie Yane, 
Joanne Kuebler, Sue Downer, Nancy Netschke, Lynn Pollack. 
Row 5; Susan Tibjash, Gail Zaiatel, Kay Morley, Karen Buccilli, 
Jeff Mustar, Dave Hasse, IVIichael Garrett, John Zoller, Tom 
Turk, John lafelice, Denise Lamm, Jeannie Cater, Cindy Ream. 
Row 6: Kathy Duncan, Liz Hasse, Cheri Cutter, Greg Foskey, 
Jerome Wasil, Brian McGovern, Roger Osgood, Dave Hoppert, 
Rob Jerome, John Holodniak, Jack Damberger, Doug Balch, 
Ed Stanko, Terri Gibbons, VIcki Pasco, Becky Gonso. 






"She can't even readi' 



190/Choral Masters 




Sing, Laugh . . . Scream 

Sing, 

Laugh, 

talk (but not all at once!) 

The annual Christmas concert . . . 

a real "jigsaw" Christmas— "The Messiah" and 

"Jolly Old St. Nicholas" (with a live Santa 

specimen!) 

Euclid + Brush + Heights + Shaw + Forge = LEL! 

(beautiful music and hidden competition!) 

Re-singing songs till you're ready to 

SCREAM!!!!!! 

to prepare for the district contests. 

"Let's take all ones this time, kids!" 

Concerts at jr. highs, high schools, and 

Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Finally, 

Choral Masters dissolves with a banquet . . . 

and for seniors, 

the solemn pawning of a black blazer. 




Mixed Chorus Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Wright, Cindy DeVito, Lynn 
Anzells, Geri Donovan, Debby Capadona, Ed Bourgeois, Joe Thomas, 
Dave Suttle, Keith Yoder, Bart McCleliand, Pam Boyd, Bernice Hale, 
Chris Fierle, Karen Frazen, Linda Sustarsic. Row 2: Bonnie Howard, 
Chris Reese, Wendy Monahan, Sally Barbato, Diane Barno, Gail 
Setnii<, Frank Zal<, Bob Zimmerman, Jeff Minich, Mike McClaren, 
LaVonda Benko, Kathy Breskvar, Cindy D'Amico, Sue Vibbert. flow S.- 
Sue Ludwa, Stephanie Yuhas, Barb Conrad, Beith Duiker, Sharon 
Krnc, Nancy Casey, Bob Hayes, Don Luikart, Marty Kosovich, Dale 
Cadwallader, Jeff Lustic, Marie Simeo, Debbie Strell, Jill Hamilton, 
Mary Ann Zakrajek, Debbie Re, Terry Shusky. Row 4: Lucia Polito, 
Michelle Skur, Lorene Ward, Linda Justus, Joan Johnson, Paul Diehl, 



Bill Barker, Terry Vaughan, Ray Strutz, Linda Trunkely, Cathy Settler, 
Eileen D'Anna, Cindy Brady, Sharon Tianello, Sue Komocar, Beth 
Ehrhardt, Lorraine Susnik. Row 5: Cathy Clark, Donna Nyman, Katy 
Kempert, Barb Jacobs, Michelle Ulle, Pat Hammar, Joan Mistreta, 
Julie Chandler, Holly Wilson, Sara Lewis, Carrie Samuels, Diane 
Praznovsky, Rose Ann Mitchell, Linda Caldrone, Terri Helmick, Ruth 
Hendershot, Sheryl Flynn, Gloria Kissel, Mary Lee Mikolich. Row 6: 
Debby Prioreschi, Gail Reese, Ruth Clough, Toni Kulbikas, Janis 
Yovich, Vicky Stump, Beth Barbo, Jonelle Nemeth, Jan Connerton, 
Jean Kormos, Sue Parry, Marion Weissfuss, Delia Schutt, Karen 
Gordos, Maria Costanzo, Roberta Cavell, Kathy Blakeley. 



Mixed Choir/191 



Sing for Joy! 

Sing a song of selling. 

Sell REX, THE SUPER-DUPER CLEANSER! 

. . . value pacl<s, spaghetti and 

your TALENT! 

Cliorale-sponsored travelogues 

produce profit and wtiet 

the wanderlust. 

"Varsity Variety" taps a GOLDmine 

of talent for heightened fun(ds)! 

Mr. T. anticipates a jaunt to 

Innsbruck, Florence, Paris, 

London— 

to SING FOR JOY 

in the streets and cathedrals 

of Europe. 





Varsity Chorale Bottom Row (L to R): Terry Cutter, Libert Pinto, Bari Thomas, Jim Cika, Rae-Lynn Cebul, Ricl< Brown, Alice 
Taylor, Eric Bana, Carol Buchholz, Bryan Shilander. Row 2: John Holodniak, Debbie Lutz, Jack Rotar, Dave Galloway, 
Maureen Centa, Jim Turk, Mark Habat, Amy Morton, Bruce Seifert. Row 3: Donna Uchbar, Chris Stanic, Melissa Otcasek, Roy 
Pignatiello, Liz Lehman, Paul Schutt, Judy Pantages, Bob Schulte, Andrea Andrus, Mr. Taylor, Choir Director. 



192/Varsity Chorale 



Occupational Education Bottom Row (L to R): Janet Mooney, Charlene Richter, Ellen Pluta, Linda 
Hannigan, Diane Faust, Diane Sedlak, JoAnn Giallanza, Debbie Woolson, Sherrie McCullough, Edith 
Dresch, Pam Mondok, Diane Jean. Row 2: Dave Johnston, Gary Dershak, Jeff Nosse, Bill Ponsart, Bob 
Grigor, Dennis Cooper. Row 3; Bob Lang, Jerome Kolar, Dave Zabjek, David Hayman, Claude Roe. 




I Will Try 

i have feelings. 

i need acceptance. 

i want to learn. 

I will try. 

with help and guidance, 

i will succeed. 





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Computer Supervision (L to R): Richard Vesel, Richard Teloken, Glenn Higaki, Don Gudaitis. 




Error Message 

Struggling with a program. 

Punch it out 

'Run' 

'Stop' 

'Skip' 

'Go to C5' 

'Execute' 

"OK, run it through." 

(Will it work?) 

Error message 

"What's wrong with this stupid machine?" 

A sudden impulse to kick the machine. 



Occupational Education— Computer Supervision /1 93 



Salem Burns! 

Time: before curtain 

Place: boxed-in dressing roonns 

"1 + 1 we're gonna have fun . . ." 

Scandal sheets paper the walls 

Time: Salem, 17th Century 

Place: debut in Little Theatre 

"I saw Goody Howe with the Devil!" 

Stunned silence. 

"GOD IS DEAD!" 

Close-knit cast journeys to Brush 

and 

Cleveland Critic applauds 

"gifted young people." 




The Cast 



Betty Parris Kathy Hickey 

Reverend Samuel Parris Kevin Dugan 

Tituba Esther Rosenberg 

Abigail Williams Melissa Otcasek 

Susanna Wallcott Marian Cholewicki 

Mrs. Ann Putnam Holly Resnik 

Kathy Balisterri 

Thomas Putnam John Cassese 

Mercy Lewis Wendy Petrovich 

Mary Warren Deborah Tolley 

John Proctor Tim Carpenter 

Rebecca Nurse Chris Shaw 

Giles Corey Russ Stauffer 

Reverend John Hale Jim Cika 

Elizabeth Proctor Laurel Snyder 

Francis Nurse Rick Wojcik 

Ezekiel Cheever Jeff Hoedt 

John Wilard Libert Pinto 

Judge Hathorne Howard Goodman 

Deputy-Governor Danforth Roger Osgood 

Sarah Good Dawn Morgan 

Hopkins Tom Kordich 

Ruth Putnam Margie Deemer 




194/Cruclble 





"YOU LYSOLED MY ACE???" 
"Don't touch me." 




Odd Podge 

Meet Oscar. 

Oscar is a sportswriter. 

Oscar is a slob. 

Enter Felix. 

Felix is a fanatic about dirt. 

Felix is fortune's foe. 

Hear the poker-fiend friends. 

Hear them insult Oscar. 

Watch them grit teeth at Felix. 

Observe the Pigeon sisters. 

They flit about. (Birdbrains!) 

See Oscar fling the linguine. 

See the linguine (and the laughs) 

ricochet off the walls. 



The Cast 

Speed Chris Collier, Kevin Dugan 

Cecily Dawn Morgan, Hollls Resnil< 

Murray Libert Pinto 

Oscar Madison Tim Carpenter 

Vinnie John Cassese 

Felix Ungar Jim Cika 

Gwendolyn Wendy Petrovich, Deborah Tolley 

Roy Rick Brown 




The Odd Couple/195 



NHS: Mark of 
Excellence 



Like an anxious 18 year-old 
listening to the draft lottery, 
waiting, wondering, wisliing . . . 
names called off in an 
"eenie-meenie-mlnie-moe" fashion; 
your cue at last! 
Remember your instructions: 
shake hands, turn on candle (to 
the right!!!), receive your pin 
and stole, and take your place 
on the risers. 

" if so, answer 'I do'" 

You are now a member of 
National Honors Society, 
a part of the assembly line 
of blue-robed intellectuals. 





They want me? 



Cool Chick! 






SENIORS 


S. 


Karash 




K. 


Barelich 


J. 


Kastelic 




M. 


Balazs 


S. 


Katz 




J. 


Bates 


C. 


Kenlk 




C. 


Blatnik 


K. 


Knox 




c. 


Carroll 


J. 


Kuebier 




B, 


Cesen 


M. 


Lobas 




J. 


Chase 


L. 


Lulkart 




P. 


Chlebik 


K. 


Martin 




A. 


Clark 


S. 


Nash 




J. 


Cowan 


N. 


Nickels 




R. 


Day 


1. 


Onions 




C. 


DIBIaslo 


G. 


Pane 




C^ 


Edelbergs 


P. 


Petscher 




L. 


Felder 


C. 


Plescia 




L. 


Fllslr^ger 


E. 


Purnell 




M. 


Forgac 


H. 


Schultz 




N. 


Gaul 


P. 


Schutt 




M. 


Gelb 


D. 


Sechnick 




J. 


Gordos 


H. 


Stump 




M. 


Greenwald 


D. 


Soltis 




K. 


Guenther 


Y. 


Tokunaga 




C. 


Henry 


B. 


Vesel 




T. 


Henry 


J. 


Wilson 




G. 


HIgakI 


L. 


Wise 




M. 


Hsu 


D. 


Woodruff 




E. 


Imm 






96/N.H.S. 












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Paul's FIRST letter to the Corinthians. 





Carmen Knowledge. 



I love a parade! 



JnationalL, 

nioNOR SOCIETY/ 








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SENIORS 


C. 


Critchfield 


J. Abraham 


K. 


Daiber 


P. Anderson 


C. 


Cavl 


A. Andrus 


C. 


Davidson 


M. Babic 


L. 


Davidson 


A. Balale 


R. 


Day 


E. Sana 


L. 


Denison 


M. Barkhurst 


C- 


Luzar 


J. Baume 


G. 


Lyman 


P. Becker 


C. 


Lynch 


B. Brennan 


J. 


Mahusky 


L. Brod 


D. 


Mamrack 


D. Caputo 


M. 


Marino 


T. Carpenter 


C. 


Martincic 


J. Cassese 


C, 


McGIII 


R. Cebul 


M. 


Mohan 


C, Cenia 


T, 


Muscentl 


M. Centa 


A. 


Narusas 


T. Chambers 


J. 


Orehek 


P. Chlnnici 


M. 


Otcasek 


M. Cimperman 


J. 


Pantages 


C. Coreman 


V. 


Paparizos 


L. Dembek 


R, 


Pignatlello 


B. DiTomaso 


D. 


Powers 


S. Downer 


L^ 


Punzar 


S. Glass 


D. 


Rebeck 


A. Gold 


S. 


Rhyne 


L- Grahek 


J. 


Rice 


D. Gudaltis 


C^ 


Rose 


G. Hommet 


S. 


Salter 


M. Jewett 


J. 


Savarino 


P. Kadunc 


E. 


SIders 


D. Karrer 


S. 


Simon 


J. Kittelsrud 


D. 


Smith 


M. Kogan 


S. 


Smith 


S. Kosovlch 


S. 


Somers 


W. Kovatch 


T. 


Stelnfuilh 


M. Kozlch 


W. 


Stipe 


R. Kubetin 


D. 


Dvornik 


E. Lehman 


L, 


Francetic 


M. LIckert 


P. 


Gmeiner 


J. Lushin 


J. 


Hagy 


D. Lutz 


L. 


Harrell 


S. Stone 


L. 


Hsu 


A. Sulen 


C. 


Humphrey 


A. Sustarsic 


B. 


Hutchinson 


K. Tarantino 


D. 


Indlano 


R. TeLoeken 


R. 


Johnston 


J. Teschner 


B. 


Jordan 


B. Thomas 


G. 


Katz 


M. Thomas 


R. 


Kittelsrud 


S. Thomas 


W 


Kuebler 


N. Tomko 


P. 


Lawrence 


S. unman 


T. 


Meyer 


J. Veber 


J. 


Munson 


A. Vozobule 


K. 


Nicholson 


C, Weiss 


G 


Podnar 


S. Winters 


J. 


Podriznlk 


K. Workman 


L. 


Poropat 


D. Yeray 


J. 


Raggats 


L- Yoger 


E. 


Rasmussen 


M. Young 


H 


Reed 


P. Zlvich 


H 


Resnik 


L. Zola 


J. 


Rupsic 


M. Zupancic 


L. 


Sabol 




M 


Shaw 


JUNIORS 


J. 


Shllander 


K. Balisterri 


K. 


Soltis 


S. Baumemeister 


C 


Stepien 


K. Bowman 


K. 


Sylte 


K. Camloh 


D 


Tavenier 


E. Cook 


J. 


Thiesse 


M. Cowan 


D 


Wade 


T. Cox 


L. 


Wong 



N,H.S./197 



Lighting Crew Bottom Row (L to R): Scott Banford, Craig McGill. Row 2: Don Chample, 
Jeff McConocha, Jamie Walsh. 



"We re-fuse!" 

"LET THERE BE LIGHT!" 
Someone said — and so it was 
(especially opening nights) . . . 
Manipulators of the "limelight" 
fumble in the shadows of backstage. 
"Flash light #3 on center . . . SHHH!!" 
"More bluish tinge — less red!" 
tangled wires, broken circuits- 
POP! (oops) 
"What do you MEAN we blew a fuse?' 





Spectrum Club Bottom Row (L to R): Pat Gmeiner, Beverly Vercellino, Debbie 
Yandala, Kitty Knox. Row 2: Karen Kloder, Maryann Zupancic, Beth Fike. 




A New Spectrum 

"Culture" is their business 

to— 

find it 

criticize it 

ENJOY IT! 

Study all the facets of 

ART (tripping to the Art Museum) and 

THEATRE (Fiddler on the Roof) 

in CONSTANT search of a new 

Spectrum. 




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198/Llghting Crew-Spectrum 






spirits Club Bottom Row (L to R): Debby Anderson, Joyce Kapusi Beth Johnston Denise 
Lamm. Norm Kozan, Warren Andrews, Linda McCrystal, Niki Gaul Peggy Tamborrsllo 
Diane VanSice, Jean Reilly, Pam Barker, Joan Mistretta, Laurie Domitz, Maggie Semple, 
Peggy Seddon, Terri Gasser, Nancy Ferrazza. Cindy Lavy, Tina Gilotti, Kathy Van Tilburg. 
Lynette Grahek, Deb Davis, Cindy Short. Row 2: Deb Anderson. Joanne McCarthy. Patti 
Kadunc. Becky Gonso, Robbie Rotar, Gayle Gockel, Terri Gibbons. Karen Bowman. Mary 
Lou Pfaff, Betty Taylor, Chris Henry, Sue Karash. Lana Puz, Terry Henry, Carol Race, Debbie 
Meyer, Nancy Elze. Colleen Doyle, Cathy Blatnik. Denise Kinsey, Jackie Miklavic, Claire 
Petkovsek. Row 3: Linda Brunnett, Mary Anne Harwood. Linda Poropat, Kathy Blakeley. Pat 
Falvey. LaVonda Benko. Kathy Beskuar.Beth Stoch, Kathy Petsanis, Karen Haney, Debbie 
Luksic. Lynette Katarsky, Mary Marino, Sue Pardi. Joann Stepanovich, Joann Pardi, Linda 



Jelencic, Maria Zmijewskl. Patty Kempert, June Thiesse, Dolores Cup, Cindy Lascz, Kim 
Greene. Row 4: Sharon Perdan, Gail Zaiatel. Sue TIbjash, Polly Tuckerman, Marsha Nemeth, 
Carol Stepien, Chris Humphrey, Lynn Zorskls. Barb Fende, Sandy Krech, Sandi Drensek, 
Nancy DiDomenico, Lisa Harris, Eileen D'Anna. Kathy Sattler. Jeanne Kowalski. Sandi 
Leovich, Sue Luikart, Donna Robinson, Charm Brothers. Monique Mensinger. Sue Klusha, 
Clara Clapacs, Lori Andrews. Row 5. Cathy Lewton. Mary Ann Thesis. Patty Laksic, Eileen 
Kickle, Diane Hanratty. Clndi Dunn. Janle Rabasz, Pam Simon, Sue Linsley, Sherrie 
Vorochek, Josi Lisuzzo, Walter Zmijewskl, Art Gold, Mark Lickert. Phil Zivich, Terry Dactre, 
E. Z. Rider, Charles Jolly, Evil Knevil, Leadfoot Kovatch, Stosh, Randy Kubetin, Chester 
Field. 



Spirits Executive Board (L to R): Donna Robinson, Treasurer; Lori Andrews, Secretary; Artie 
Gold. Vice-President; Clara Clapacs, President. 




Dive for Paint 

A mad dive for paint! 

"HEY! I'll trade ya blue for green!" 

A hundred hands grabbin' for brushes, 

unravelling reams of white newspaper, 

a canvas for cliches and inspirations! 

"DESTRIPE THE TIGERS?" (ugh) 

(All censored by a careful Clara.) 

A caterpillar of colors 

squiggles between crowded corners. 

Banners of spirit 

(sometimes initialed by their makers) 

signify that 

sports-mania lives on 

at Euclid. 



Spirits/199 



Metal Sculpturing Club Bottom Row (L to R): Robert Csank, Nancy Hunton, John Germock, advisor, Nancy Battista, 
Tom Thompson. Row 2: Kevin McCullough, Marian Povi^ell, Nancy Thompson, Barb Lowe, Holly Stump, Jean Raganof. 
Row 3: Ellen Sloers, Laura Plesko, Sherrie Salter, Marian Weissfuss. 




Torch Art 



Molding the COLD and RIGID 

into a delicate bursting bloom. 

A mobile, 

an expression of inner emotion. 

Blow torches 

Hammers 

Ovens 

Tools, hands, mind unite 

To contrive 

an illusion of Reality 

or Imagination. 



Ping Pongthers 



It's all in the wrist action — 

Plop! Plop! 

Lollipop-shaped paddles slap a 

small white sphere over a 

tiny net. 

Ping P-O-N-G, Pong P-l-N-G! 

A popular game, both in foreign 

affairs and at E.H.S.! 

Pingers and Pongers perfect their 

game and serves. 

Who knows, perhaps E.H.S. has a 

future U.S. Ping Pong Ambassador- 

On to Peking? ... the Olympics? 




Ping Pong Club Bottom Row (L to R): Tom Muscenti, Bob Yozipovich, Bill Koblyjanec, Paul 
Clapp, Rory Selwyn. Row 2: Keith Rosa, Barry Alvord, Jim Hay, Pat Ames. 



200/Ping Pong— Metal Sculp 





stars in his 
eyes . . . 



Windowless 

with but one escape valve; 

a chamber of inky blacl<ness 

suddenly 

erupts into a pulsating ceiling 

of universe, 

enveloping you, opening your senses. 

The Planetarium, 

Euclid's costly gem, 

a space odyssey kept ship-shape 

by Mr. Francetic 

and his unique mixture 

of creativity and astro-knowledge. 



Planetarium supervisor Mr. Francetic 



Student Store Bottom Row (L to R): Nancy Kemter, Karol Martin, Marlin Hsu, Denise Karrar, Andy 
Pallan. Row 2: Mr. Amster, Veronica Harrison, Colleen Doyle, Pat Betts, Sandy Smitti. Row 3: Luann 
Pappas, Bill Kuebler, Gary Horvat, Rob Qements, Nan Alaburda, Alan Dole. 











P-L-E-A-S-E 



"EXACT change, please!" 

"EXACT CHANGE, P-L-E-A-S-EI!" 

Words of warning remind the 

nylon-rippers, cough drop smugglers, 

folder freaks to be ready . . . 

"Do you have Hamlet in yet?" 

"Yes! In fact, you just made it! 

We have only one book left!" 

". . . oh . . . swell . . ." 

The SUPPLIER— 

arming the school with the "stuff" 

it needs to meet a day of 

mind expansion. 



Planetarium-Student Store/201 



Wai Not? 



Wai Napolo? 
Because . . . After- 
hearing "Parisian Holiday" 1000 times, 
cramped toes, knees, tempers, 
Patriotic red, white, and blue suits. 
Chlorinated bodies, 
Soggy sinuses. 
Splashy formations, 
"Little sisses," 
Arguments and friendships. 
Disorganized ORGANIZING meetings. 
Stunts (aquatic and/or otherwise) 
... 39 aquarians love it all. 




Mary Marino, Vice-President 
Kyle Kopecky, Historian 







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Clockwise Starting Top: Kyie Kopecky, Brig DiTomaso, Pam Barker, Andi Andrus, Clieri Stein, 
Barb Brennen, Mary Pat Hammar, Nancy Netsctike, Juiie Shiiander, Jenna Mcintyre, Judy 
Roberts, Karen Bowman, Catiiy Caston, Joan Totten, Deila Scinutt, Sue Baumeister, Lynn 
Drummer, Madeiyn Mramor, Sliaron Sawdey, Lydia Davidson, Sheryi Fiynn, Wendy Abraham, 
Lynn Scheimann, Pat Megiich, Terri Smeiko, Margaret Andrews, Lucy Kernz, Lisa Lick, Laura 
Harper, Rae Lynn Cebui, Linda Wise, Beth Johnston, Linda Fiisinger, Mary Marino, Sue Luikart. 





Julie Shiiander, Secretary Sue Luikart, President 

Nancy Netschke, Treasurer 





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202/Wal Napoio 




Swim Leaders Row 1, (L to R): Michele Young, Lucy Kernz, Lisa 
Lick, Laura Harper, Andi Andrus, Kyle Kopecky, Carol DIBIasio, 
Mary Marino, Sue Luikart, Rae-Lynn Cebul, Bev Cesen, Brigetta 
DITomaso, Janle Cowan, Cherl Stein, Linda Wise, Pat Meglich. 
Row 2: Beth Johnston, Nancy Netschke, Linda Filslnger, Jenna 
Mcfntyke, Madelyn Mramor, Lynn Drummer, Mary Pat Hammar, 



Joan Totten. Cathy Casten, Julie Shilander, Judi Roberts, Margret 
Andrews, Cheryl Flinn, Wendy Abraham, Sue Baumeister. Karen 
Bowman, Marcia Cowan, Becky Gonso, Kathy Camloh. Lynn 
Scheimman. Row 2: Sharon Sawdey, Terri Smeiko, Nancy 
Lipstreu, Patty Bertan, Debby Francis, Lydia Davidson, Dela 
Shutt, Jan Battung, Barb Brennan. 




G/r/s Swim Team Bottom Row, (L to R): Sue Greishammer, Lydia Davidson, Janet Reeves, Claudia 
Davidson, Pat Meglich, Linda Wise, Sharon Sawdey. Row 2: Ruth Hendershot, Lucy Kernz, Reggie 
Smith, Birdy Brady, Shirley Keay, Janet Beeman, Becky Stillings, Janet Battung, Mrs. Brown. Row 
3: Sue Baumeister, Laura Purnell, Nan Alaberta, Margret Andrews, Sue Molkentin, Veronica 
Harrison, MaryEllen Donato, Sue Plavac. 



(Push) Splash! 

A shaky toe wiggles 

into the deep end. 

An abundance of excuses follows — 

"my mascara will run if i . . ." 

(push) SPLASH!! 

A persuasive voice repeats — 

"C'MON, YOU CAN DO IT." 

"TRY KICKING HARDER . . . 

POINT YOUR TOES." 

"but I'm a born sinker!" 

"JUST TRY YOUR BEST!" 

"what time do we git out?" 

A whistle blows 

and soggy forms crawl onto the deck. 

"shallow end? ALL CLEAR!" 

"deep end? ALL CLEAR!" 

Your eyes? all bloodshot!!! 

Capped 

Concentration 

The GIRL'S Meet . . . 

One, Two, Three — Ugh! 

Nothing left behind but a board 

and weeks of Mon — Wed — Mon— Wed 

Practice! 

Tight caps bind the heads to 

concentration, and coordination 

of legs, arms, neck, nose into the 

Butterfly, Crawl, Backstroke 

Cleveland Heights— Win! 

(and Miss Brown lands In the water.) 



Leaders Meet 





When leaders meet . . . 
Student Council undertakes 
to organize an LEL conference— 
S.C. people from 12 schools 
rap informally, exchange IDEAS, 
suggest, search routes for 
constructive CHANGE and ACTION! 
A quest for renewed relevancyl 
Jabbering discussion groups dot 
the Little Theatre— 
"What ABOUT student rights?— 
Which? How many? To what extent?" 
"How can you be responsive to 
your student body?" 
"How can you combat APATHY???" 
A landslide of questions, 
a few answers, 
and deeper insight into the 
potentials of 
204/L.E.L. Convention STUDENT POWER. 





Chess Club (L to R): Dave Erdelac, Jim Hagy. Row 2: Dave Berch, Stoyan Lokar, Ed Cook, 
Joe Zuzek, Eric Rasmussen. 



Where Queen 
Is King 

Mind against mind, 
move against move, 
a fight to the finish on 
a checl<erboard battlefield. 
Up, across, over, and sideways- 
pawns, knights, rooks, 
bishop, king, QUEEN— 
a relentless army. 
Chessmen struggle for #1, 
individually and as a team. 
Collinwood tournament— 
and Euclid's Queen 
BEHEADS the enemy. 




flacy/o Ciub (L to R): Mark Fisher, Ron Wolenski, Dave Burns, Rick Berry, Greg Podnar. 




Hamming it! 

How does one become 
a licensed "ham"? 
How does one send waves through 
space at 30 million meters a second? 
How does one hear foreign tongues, 
secret codes, LOCAL GQSSIP??!! 
Join the specialized eavesdroppers 
—and you'll find out!! 



Radio— Chess/205 





Nat Dickinson, Advisor 



Euclidian Business Staff Bottom Row. (L to R): Joanne Raggets, Pat 
Maresh. Row 2: Linda Strobei. 



Euclidian Business Staff Bottom Row, (L to R): Patti Beclcer, Donna 
Pestotnik, Yukiko Tokunaga, Rhonda Maiin. Row 2: Jim Beckert, 



Pauline Hoover, Lorraine Kain, Ellen Schanz. 





Euclidian Business Staff Bottom Row, (L to R): Carol Stepien. flow 2: Steve Bukovac, Tom Kordich. 



Euclidian Business Staff Top to Bottom: Debbie Tavenier, Ausra Kaminskas, Janet 
Glaser, Bettina Decapita, Diane Dvornlk. 




Dollar$$ 



Undercover agents- 
Pushers pouncing on an unprepared 
senior, 

"You're a senior this year, so buy\" 
Trudging through the malls, 
"Would you care to buy an ad for 
our yearbook?" 

From cash counters to advertisement 
models- 
Battling the war against deadlines, 
leading the crusade for $$. 



Euclidian Buslness/207 




Editors (L to R): Amie Balale, Janie Cowan, 
Carmen Edelbergs, Scott Somers, Sue Winters, 
Editor-in-Chief; Nancy EIze, Grace Hommel, 
Assistant Editor. 



We started with an idea, 

a theme (growth), 

30 eager staffers and mountains 

of blank copy sheets, unshot film, 

bare dummy sheets, unimagined I.D.'s 

sneering "just try to make a 

EUCLIDIAN out of us!!"— 

and so, in a cluttered yellow office 

we called "home", THE BOOK was born. 

... it was a year of 

Insanity in the office, Club-Burgers, 

3 a.m. work parties and lost copies, 

edgy deadline tempers, tears — 

a year for friendships, maturity, 

zany parties, gut creativity, PRIDE, 

Cavorting in a dying Euclid Beach, 

growing together, seeing our "seed" 

unfold in the "leaves" of EUCLIDIAN. 



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Art Staff (L to R): Nancy EIze, Editor; Michele 
Young. Karen Sylte, Pat Lawrence, Carol DiBiasio. 



Scfieduting Staff (L to R): Loreen Yoger, Grace 
Hommel, Editor; Cathy Fasham. 



Copy Staff (L to R): Kathi Balisterri, Tracy Cox, 
Cathy Kenik, Janie Cowan, Editor; Jan Kastelic, 
Barb Brennan, Chris Shaw. 




Identification Staff (L to R): Marcia Cowan, Ali 
Taylor, Joanne Kuebler, Amie Balale, Senior 
Editor; Sue Edelman, Janette Barbish, Carmen 
Edelbergs, Editor. 



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without roots 

he gropes through a swarming 

sea of faces 
enguifed 

in the tides 
of the crowds 
untii 
he clings tightiy onto something 

CONSTANT— 
a smali circle of friends, 
a quiet place for 

solitude. 
The security of the clique 
blunts the urgency 
of his search for . . .himself 

. . . time overabounds 

he drinks fully nis newly won 

freedom 

and is 

swallowed into the intoxicating 

c h ao s, 
s tumbling 
upon clues 

to HIMSELF 
as a whole being 
(yet aching to belong), 
wrestling with the pains of 

grOWING— 
heeding little the distant 

heeding little the spectre 
of the future. 



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Jan has a better idea! 





Mr. Backos Bottom Row (L to R): Deborah Faunce. NancI Ferrazza, Diane Dvornik, Susan Edelman, Cynthia 
Evans. Row 2: David Ferris, Ann Elliott. Michael Dzura. David Erdelac, Frederick Ehrhardt. Row 3: John 
Feiock, David Eble. Thomas Erzen, Gary Dushak, Dale Erdman. Row 4: Culver Eyman, Joseph Dular. 
Steven Festini, Paul Edmonds. Not Pictured: Susan Castle, Cynthia Dunn, Joan Eckart. R. Roger Evans. 
Michael Faletic. Nancy Farrar. Bonnie Fassett, Linda Ferrato. 




Mr. Barner Bottom Row (L to R): Jan Johnson, Barb Jakubs, Nancy Hutchinson, Ruth Jost, Marlene 
Joblonski. Barbara Hutchinson. Row 2. Dave Indiano, Al Jilek, Lisa Jacklic, Debbie Johnson. Sue Imler, 
Cathy Ice. Row 3. Blair Jordon, Gary Hoftert, Ken Jejeic, Tom Kalamasz. Keith Jimison. Laura Kadlec, Linda 
Jelenic. Row 4: Tony Juranko. Terry Irish, Bill Kahl. Bill Ivancic. Anonymous, Anonymous. Not Pictured: 
Juanlta Jones, Rob Johnston. 



"Gee! What a body.' 





Mr Brearton Bottom Row (L to R): Jean Reilly. Linda Rexrode. Nancy Raggets, Kathy Ready, Linda Regets. 
flow 2: Jacque Raybuck, Mary Stalker, Patricia Re. Debra Pritchard. Hal Reed, Holly Resnick. flow 3: 
Joanne Raggets, Karen Pyle, Rick Prymas. Tony Prioreschi, Michael Max. Row 4: Forest Ratllft, Bruce Reed. 
Dave Prislan, Jim Purvis. Eric Rasmussen, Richard Radabaugh. Not Pictured: Janet Reeves. Virginia Reilly. 
Crystal Relngardt, Phil Relngardt. Faye Reshetar, Kathyrn Pezek. 



214/Juniors 






Mrs. Cowan Bottom Bow (L to R) Mary Lou Pfaff, Barb Plaga, Dean Powell. Sue Phillips. Annie Potter, flow 
2; Mary Ann Roberts. Linda Poropat. Linda Pollock. Brian Phillips. Jim Piscitello flow 3: Bonnie Pelrovlch, 
Jeff Prileson. Joe Prause. Ron Petsche. Greg Podnar flow 4: Claire Petkovsek. Al McElwaln. John Peters. 
Mike Phillips. Pat Phillips Not Pictured: David Polunas. Tom Rose. Linda Pierce, Robin Perrott. Marge 
Poyle. Cheryl Polly. Debbie Podany, John Podriznik. 



"I'll take a sour lemon 




No woman Is an Island. 





Mr. Brown Bortom flow (L to R): Debbie DiCarro. Reggie Ducca. Nancy DiDomenico, 
Sandra Drensek. Row 2: Marcia Doles. Geraldine Donovan, Sue Dolter, Barb Drew, 
Row 3: Bob Csank, Mark Drury, Charles Dostal. Laura Denison. Carol Dill Row 4: 
John Dickinson. Joe Drake. Dave Delehanty. Walter Dudwarski. Not Pictured: Frank 
DeLuca. Pam Detweiler. Peggy DeVer. Kathy DiAddarlo. Laura Demltz. Sue Dowhan. 
Andrea Downing. Sandy Drake, Nancy Driscoll. Richard Foust- 



"You want ME to pose for Play boy?" 




"Get lost. He's mine!" 




Stampedel 



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Mr. Daugherty: Bottom Row (L to R): Joann Ludwig, Suzi Long, Pat Lovesick. Dave 
Love, Row 2: Donald Mark Love, Tom Kibbla. Kevin Hastings. Ray Locker. Row 3: 
Cliarles Waldorf Stearns, Thomas Cookie, Bill Davies. Pam Lytle. Row 4: Stoyan 
Lokar, Jeff Randolph. David Lee Bakhr, Dale Lunder. Dave Mollis. Not Pictured: 
Dennis Luda, Bob Ludwig, Fred Sallach, Al Schider, Dennis Hughes. Lynn Updagraff, 
Peggy Lochi. Myron Hare. 





Sophomore Day. 




"I'm clean. Honest! I'm clean." 



Mr. De Mora: Bottom Row (L to R): Lydia Davidson, Maude Davis, Claudia Davidson. Marcla Brlzes, 
Cathie Crilley. Row2: Dolores Cup. Renee Daniels. Bettina De Capito, Tracy Cox. Cindy Craldls. flow S.- 
Cathy Critchfield, Laura D'Anna. Dave Dardis, Barbara Czachur, Joanne Dadante. Row 4: Jim 
Daedelow, Kent Daiber. Mike Davis, Ed Dea. Makilee De Geronimo, Jill Craig. Not Pictured: Margie 
Deemer, Rich Danervitz. Sharon Crouch, John Festini. 





Mr. Diehl: Bottom Row (L to R): Lisa Clemons, Robin Cohen, Deble Cook, Cathy 
Centa. Marcla Cowan. Row 2: Sandra Creak, Peggy Chambers, Cathy Cents, Carol 
Cook, Beth Cherry. Row 3: William Cook. Anonymous, Ed Cook, Tony Chasser. Steve 
Chandler. Row 4: Jerry Culrlimls. Jim Cromlk, Dan Connerton, Doug Conner, Jim 
Churney. Dave Clemens. Not Pictured: John Cllne. Mike Cusgrob, Allison Chlzmar, 
Gordon Chrlstoff. 



"She got peanut butter on my chocolate!" 



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Miss Foley Bottom Row. (L to R): Keith Baumgart, Linda Bentley. John Beres. Nina Blazun. Row 2: John 
Blasko, Gregg Behrends, Susan Baumeister, David Blaser, Tom Blaskovic. Row 3: Tom Bollenbacher, Bob 
Day, Jim Davis, Rochard Berry, Jeff Benson, flow 4; Scott Berkey, Ed Davis, Larry Berlan, Richard Bokar. John 
Blaskovic. 



"It's corduroy, but the finest Corduroy!" 





Mrs. Fox Bottom Row. (L (o R): Ken Smega, Doris Siford. Marcy Shay, Janet Salbatora. Karol Sharp, Rose 
Sharp. Row 2: Frank Sebock. Mike Seredich, Kim Selway, Debbie Sieford, Doug Simko Row 3. Mariane 
Walsh, Mary Siders, Gienda Short, Pam Sparks. Row 4: Art Shrout, Peggy Seder, Lesiie Sherman, Julie 
Shiiander, Margie Sample. Tina Sesti, Chris Shav^, Row 5: Jeff Shusteric. Tim Shirk, Rory Selwyn, Not 
Pictured: Diane Sedlach, fwlary Shaw. 



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"I'm being kidnapped." 





Mrs. Gale Bottom Row, (L to R): Debra Krane, Sandy Krech, Stephen Kozich. Joseph Kovach. flow 2. Karen 
Kretich, Deborah Krivacic. Caroline Kovac, Jeanne Kowalski. flow 3. Steven Kostreba. Bill Kuebler, 
Anonymous. Jeffrey Krivacic, David Kosovich. flow 4: Thomas Koustis, David Kulas, Joe Koskovics. Tom 
Kordich. Karl Kotula. Not Pictured: Veronica Kostelac, Cynthia Kovach, Steven Kozel, Kimberley Kraince. 
Tony Krivdo. Kim Kuklica, Linda Kunis. Marlene Kurilla. Freda Luckey. Cheryl Kravos. 



"Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me 



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"Do you see what I see?" 



"Double Parked.' 




Mr. Galicki Bottom Row (L to R): Helen Laznik, Laura Karlan, Ron Kittelsrud, Gloria 
Kibble, Margaret Kane flow 2: Pat Kavon, Mary Lepley, Lucy Kernz, Eileen Kickle. Pat 
Kirchner Row 3. Keith Kopecky, Pat Kempert, Mary Koeth, Dave Kehres. Sue Keete. 
Row 4 Diana Karol, Jim Kerze, Bob Kleinknecht. Marty Koepp. Rich Keay. Chris 
Kochevar, Not Pictured: Harry Keller, Tim Kardos, Pam Kaneen, 




Mr Germock Bottom Row (L to R): Doris Hitchcox, Madelyn Hohs, Chris Humphrey. 
Kathy Hickey. Row 2: Tom Irving, Pat Holtz. Rich Homar, Don Hopkins. Sue Hudak. 
Row 3: Jeff Keserich, Jim Hill, Dennis Hughes, Keith Howards. Row 4 John Hosa. 
Gary Horvat, Mike Hodakievic. Not Pictured: Ken Hardesty. Rich Kekelis. Rhonda 
Holmes. Rich Kelly. Philip Hrvatin, Melanie Hopkins. Denise Hirsch. Diane Harris, 
David Hinde, Arnold Love 




"Let's not get personal 



218/Juniors 




Miss Goodman Bottom Row (L to R): Judy Roberts. Nikkl Meros, Linda Radcliffe. flow 
2: Claude Roe. Robbie Rotar, Joanne Rupsic. Row 3: Jim Rogers, Barb Rupert. 
Suzanne Rucker, Row 4: Wendy Routzahn, Francis Riber, Joe Roznik, Tony 
Rossodivita. Not Pictured: Kathleen Mazzola, Kathy Munro, Valerie Pette, Debra Rich. 
Richard Ritzu, Nancy Rohlke. Terry Rohike, Deborah Rosa, Jessie Rossington, Mary 
Rozum, Jean Russ, Karen Rust, 





"X! Tick-Tac-Toe; I win.' 



"Right on 73!" 





Mr. Halbadel Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Zaletel, Cindy Zetkullch, Nancy Zeiko, Maria Zmijewskl. Laurie 
Yane, Dan Wendorff. flow 2. Sue Wllkenson, Carolyn Yehl, James Zonar. Tom Zellnsky, Jan Yovlch, 
Anonymous, flow 3: John SIracusa, Bob Zupanclc. Ron Wutchlett, Anonymous. Gary Zaiar. Row 4: Ron 
Sharps, Ron Yaggle, Louis Zorke, Tony Zupanclc, Alan Zivic, Joe Zuzek. Not Pictured: Gall Zaletel. 



"The Harper Strut." 



Juniors/219 





Miss Harris Botlom Row (L to R). Joanne Hanna. Barbara Hayes, Ruthann Hendershot. Diane Journey, 
Denise LaDouceur, Ann Himmelman, Row 2: David Harchar, Allan Hancovsky, Linda Harrell. Diane 
Hanratty. Anonymous, Mary Ann Harwood. Row 3. Anonymous. James Herak. Scott Haworth, John 
Hemmert, Jon Herak. John Humphrey. Row 4 David Hasse. Kevin Hanna. Mark Hanna, Anonymous. Keith 
Heinlein, Craig Haverlock, Not Pictured: David Handford. James Haney. Cynthia Haslego, Barbara Helmick, 
Gary Henderson. Bill Hensley. 



"Look! He's got purple polka-dotted underwear! 








Mr. Henderson Bottom Row (L to R): Karen Parisi. Susan Pecek. Patricia Paradiso.Gail Ott, Sharon Perdan. 
Row 2: Meridith Palumbo. Susan Pardi. Joann Pardi, Victoria Pasco, Rebecca Papalko. Luann Pappas. Row 
3: Paul Paulin. Gregory Pereksta, James Penko, Ronald Paolucci. David Ostkar. Row 4: Robert Ostrander, 
Gary Penca. Edward Pauline, Joseph Redone, Jetfery Pecon. Dennis Parsons. 




Mr. Kadlec Bottom Row (L to R). Sharon Thaeter. Sherry Tolchinsky. Betty Taylor. Debbie Tavenler, Barb 
Tesmer, Karen Sylte. Row 2: Victor Szabo. Peg Tamborrello. Mark Tavernelli. Sue Tibjash. Bill Talty. Row 3: 
Tim Terrill, Tom Tercek, Ed Suttle, Rich Summers, Phil Tertulliano- Row 4: Ed Szymezyk. Jennie Substelny, 
Marian Theus, Dan Vargo, Dave Summerhill. Not Pictured: Claudia Szabo. Brad Tanner, Denise Thomas, 
Dennie Throme, Mary Throme. Elaine Tober. 



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Mrs Kamenik Bottom Row, (L to R): Bruce Gage. Jan Gezer. Pat Gmeiner. Connie 
Gienger, Debbie Gillespie, flow 2; Jim Gephart, Tern Gasser, Anonymous. Mary 
Giordans. Terri Gibbons. Row 3: Josephine Godler. Anonymous, Diane Garisek, 
Gretchen Gibbs, Barb Gonakis Row 4: Mike Garrett. Mike Gergotz. Mike Gamber, Tom 
Gombach, Not Pictured: Jeff Gallaher, Gayle Gockel, Laune Godnavec. John Gadzmski, 
Mary Gmeimer, Laurie Jokela. Netta Gaul, Jill Giiha, Sue Glavic. Diane Gerbic. 





Mr. Kelly Bottom Row. (L to R): Judy Weinke, Karen Weizer, Lori Ann Whitney. Susan 
Wilson, Anonymous, flow 2: Pamela Yanchar. Debbie Woolson, Lynn Wrona, Cindy 
White, Row 3: Ed Wohl. Bob Williams. Rich Wojcik, Dave Williamson. Doreen Wells, flow 
4: Dale Wilson, Ron White, Dennis Schulik, George Wilker, Bob Weinmueller. Not 
Pictured: Kim Wiltrout, Ron Wenderoth. 



Mr. Lower Bottom Row. (L to R): George Wasickanin, Joe Watts, Debra Wallace, Deirdre 
Wagner, Theresa Wardeiner. Row 2: Thomas Wagner, Robert Walmsley, Christopher 
Walters, Anonymous. Anonymous, flow 3: James Vargo, Gary Vodila. David Wade, Dale 
Voss. Al Wallace. Row 4: James Wargo, William Vaughan, Jerome WastI, Nadine 
Vidmar, James Walker. Not Pictured: Edward Stanko, Debra Unetich. Melodie Viers, 
Barbara Vocaturo. Sheila Walden, John Weber. Kenneth Wrenn. 





Juniors/221 




Mr. Manburg Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Mueller, Bryan Munson, Frank Moser, Betsy Mooney. Judi Munson, 
Cathy Morris- Row 2: Don Miller. Joan Mistretta. Rich Miller, Greg Moore, Steve Miller, Barry Munson. Row 3: 
Ted Mizner. Steve Coso, Brian Moffett, Rich Miller. Row 4: Mike Moore, Nancy Mog, Susanne Molkentin, 
Debbie Moore. Pat Mog, Barb Moore. Not Pictured: Wes Mulholland, Don Miller, Tom Mocilnikar, Mike 
Mihalic, Darya Makar, Dave Novakovich. 




The Great Escape. 




Mr. McNeilly Bottom Row (L to Rj: Donna Nyman, Linda Nemeth, Marcia Nemeth. 
Sharon Opaclch. Row 2: Diane Myslinski, Maryann Niemczura, Karen Niedermeyer, 
Nancy Netschke. Row 3: Jim Murch, Nelson Oliver, Jim Nickles, Erhard Nitsch, Jeff 
Nosse. Row 4: Martin Murphy, Anonymous. Mike McCreight, Karen O'Neill, Richard 
Nicols. Not Pictured: Allen Nickels, Don Moore. Patrick Nagle, Celia Nantz, Karen 
Naro. Janet Nardy, Andy Nauth. Kent Nicholson. Mario Novelli, Monica Oberle. Nancy 
Omahen, David Ormston, Anne Ortman. Joan Rogue. 




I forgot to eat my Wheaties today. 






Mr Mile Bottom Row (L to R): John Merrill, Linda McCrystal. Barb Midolo. Dave 
McMannes. Row 2: Mike McNeill, Mary Jayne Mihacevich, Jenna Mclntyre. Linda 
McBrlde. Row 3: Dan McPeek. Maria Rupena. Tom McClave. Steve McCaskie. Row 4: 
Terry McGreehan, John McAuley. Al McConnell, Andy Ferryman, Howard Melnik. Not 
Pictured: Patti Mecoli, Laurie Mazar, Marty Mayock, Howard McLean, Gail McCelland. 
Bob Medrles, Tom Meyers. 





El Groucho. 



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Mr Muscarella Bottom Row (L to R}: Lydia Mancint, Diane Ferryman, Fat Maresh, Jan Maloney, Rhonda 
Marion, Dina Matuch. Row 2 Marion Madry, Debbte Mahnic, Sharon Majeske. Debbie May, Jan Malokas, 
Sue Maher, Mary Jo Marhefka, Row 3: Tony Mahovlic, Brad Markel, Tim Rafail, Dave Marino. Ted Mangosh. 
Joe Mataich. Row 4: Dan Mahon, Larry Manzo, Dennis Marn, Bill Marx. Dave MacDonald, Dave MacKenzle. 
Not Pictured: Virginia MacGroarty, Dennis Miller, Bruce Modic, Gloria Marino, John Markulln. 




Mr. Petrovic Bottom Row (L to R): pat Abramczyk, Sue Abraham. Linda Buikus. Cindy Abbott, Wendy 

Abraham. Row 2: Gail Allar, Janet Andrews, Jane Addis. Arlene Anderson. Debbie Anderson, Row 3: Kevin 
Adamowicz, Nan Alaburda, Jim Augustine. Frank Andrus. Dan Anderson Row 4: Katy Alvord. Andy Adams, 
Gerry Albers. Steve Andresky. Steve Coso. Not Pictured: Mike Amirault. Bob Ammon, Sandy Amoroso, Bob 
Apicello, Bill Arch. Roy Archibald. Laurie Archibald. 



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M/ss Nelson Bottom Row. (L to R): Sue Grieshammer, Jean Grzsik. Anonymous, Sue Gurry. Debbie Haynes. 
Row 2: Jo Ellen Goodwin. Richard Griesmer, Kathy Griswold, James Hagy, Anonymous. Row 3: Blair Hamilton. 
Mary Pat Hammar, Becky Gonso. Sophia Gruzdys. Terry Howat. flow 4: Barry Haines, Howard Goodman. 
Russ Gullo, Wilbur Gregory, Henry Gulich, Robert Grigor. Not Pictured: John Graham, Tony Grida, Joanne 
Grillo, Sally Grimsic. Jeff Groudle. Roberta Gubanc, Tony Gugliotta, Jim Habenict. Vicki Hackathorn. 




After lunch sack-out. 



Mrs. Perkins Bottom Row, (L to R): Dennis Barnes. Gary Austin. Joyce Austin. Nancy Babets. Row 2: Joanne 
Baldassarre, Jackie Austin, Nancy Battista. Gail Bammerlin. Chris Bates. Row 3. Pat Blank. Janet Battung. 
Nancy Balogh, Susan Baird, Jeff Baka- Row 4: Jim Bartel, Don Baker, Bob Barbis, Ken Baron. Not Pictured: 
Tim Conway, Marie Barbato, Sharon Caddick, Bill Ayers, Marilyn Bacon, Kathy Dolsen, Sue Barresi, Donna 
Barnes. 



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"To be, or not to be 




The Great Escape! 



224/Juniors 





Mr. Prtngle Bottom Row. (L to R): Michele Cable, Micheale CeterattI, Sheila Cannon, 
Cindy Campus. Row 2: Kathy Camloh, Steve Bukovac, Mark Carroll, Kalhy Casten, Gmo 
Cavatino. Row 3: Keith Burllson, Tom Ambrose. Jim Cellura. Debbie Cannavino, Dave 
Buras, Row 4: Lee Cavell. Kevin Callaghan, Jon Bugos, John Cebuly. Gary Callahan. Not 
Pictured: Nancy Bryan, Ed Budnar. Tom Burns. Linda Call, Rory Callaghan, Carol 
Campana. 




Miss Repicky Bottom Row, (L to R): Lotus Wong. Debby Tonkin. Maryanne Tslvitse. 
Debby ToUey. Row 2: Diane Trebisky. Lynn Updegraff. Jane Turley, Susan Turner, Row 
3: Diane Van Sice. Michelle Ulle, Joanne Urbancic, Joan Totten. Row 4: Kest Vaiginis, 
Jim Tomaro. Rich Travarca, Robert Trybus. Donald Urbancic. 



"All right YOU two!" 





Mr. Resch Bottom Row, (L to R): Dave Stermoie. Joann Stepanovlch, John Stephens, 
Ronald Springborn. Row 2: Carol Stepien. Diane Struna, Darlene Stryjewski, Sandra 
Sterlekar. Row 3: Carl Spiegel, Carl Salvatore, Robert Springer, Dolores Stachurski. 
Row 4: Dennis Strell, James Soutar. Walter Stenross, Robert Strosnider. Not Pictured: 
Mary Stalker. Gregory Stamberger, Ken Stumpf, Russell Stauffer, Valerie Streble. 
Dennis Stafanac. Edward Yappel, Marianne Stermoie. Gail Straka. 



Barnabus strikes again! 



Juniors/225 



Mr. Sibert Bottom Row. (i to R): Patricia Fleck, Barbara Force. Beth Fike, Dennis Foley, 
flow 2: Mictielle Bellak. Sheryl Flynn. Jennifer Forkel. Damon Fish. Row 3: Kenneth 
Frank. Michael Friedel. Max Fruebos. Michael Foust. Joe Belviso. Row 4: David Fowler, 
James Fuller, Robert Frederkiny. Linda Fratino. Not Pictured: Debbie Brunner. Stuart 
Clark. Nabil El Sinadi. Joe Fester, Cindy Fox. 





The wet head is dead. 



"Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble." 





Mr. SallBch Bottom Row. (L to R): Anonymous. Dave Simpson. Kathy Soltis. Janet Skerowske. 
Gerri Stout, Row 2: Pat Snyder. Laurel Snyder. Mary Ann Skrinjar. Laurel Skur. Anonymous. 
Steve Skinner, Row 3: Anonymous. Doug Smith, Jim Smith, Larry Smith, Dan Smith, 
Anonymous. flow 4: Mark Snook, Terry Simonian, Harvey Smith, Anonymous, (Vllke Sivillo, Dan 
Somrack, Greg Skapin. 



226/Juniors 





Mr. Von Benken Bottom Row (L to R): Marion La Macchia, Mary Laznik, Lucinda Lavy, 
Virginia Lewis, Susan L)ubi, Pat Lawrence, Sue Laufer, Bud Liiiey. Lisa Lane, Row S.- 
Cathy Lewton, Sandi Leovich, Patt Legge, Ronald Lanlz, Louis LIpanye. Row 4: Ralph 
Lane, Edward Laukiavich, Phillip Laughlin, Scott Lally. Jeffry Lipstreuer. Not Pictured: 
James Golic, Larry Hriber. Ronald Irving, Robert W. Lang, Robert Latsch. Sally Lewis, 
James Lindsey, John Lipstreuer. 



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Mr. Weisenberg Bottom Row (L to Rj. Debbie Jo Smerke, Beth Sabo, Denise Sadowski, Peggy St. Clair. Lynn 
Scheimann. Row 2: Marianne Sarraino, Ginny Selbert, Diana Schlick, Marlene Schwenner, Chris Schimpf. 
Row 3: Darlene Schwenner, Louise Sabol, Jan Sbrocco, Kathy Schultz, Linda Schaser, Beth Safreed, Row 4: 
Dave Saywell. Tom Schneider, Kevin Santa, Bob Saywell, Pete Schwenke, Bob Schender, Jerry Scheonecker. 
Not Pictured: Trudy Sansbury. Nick Scotese. Ellen Schantz. 



Santa's burdened helper. 





Miss White Bottom Row (L to R): Carole Brelning, Linda Brunnett Lee Ann Borzi. Karen Bowman, Miryana Cavar. 
Row 2: Anonymous, Lillian Boomer, Sue Brewer. Tim Bour. Anonymous, Row 3: Steve Brommer, Mike Bosco. Tom 
Breitsch, Jim Bowens, Don Brod. Dave Busser, Dan Deighton. Row 4: Kevin Breskvar, Rocco Bosco, Dave 
Brussee. Don Brazel. Art Bortnick, Chuck Breeden, Not Pictured: Chris Bonfield, Janis Bosher, Maurya 
Bouffard. Sue Bowman, Dan Britton. Chuck Eirod 



Juniors/227 





Miss Araca Bottom Row (L to R): Peggy Adams, Rick Apicello. Rich Abramczyk, Mary Anderson, Rosanne 
Arko, Lynn Anzells. Row 2: Tim Araps, A! Andrews, Warren Andrews, Lani Andru, Rosemarie Apanaitis. 
Row 3: Jim Archibald, Linda Blau. Dave Adams. Karen Anderson, Margaret Andrews, Debbie Alexander. 
Row 4: Jim Abraham. Jow Amoroso. Jim Apicello, Iggy Alioto, Jean Arnold. Not Pictured: Diane 
Abramczyk, Kristen Albers, Debra Alphonso. Mark Andru, 




Mrs. Baden Bottom Row (L to R) Karen Goetz. Brian Grieshammer, Carol Gonso. Sheree Gross, David 
Grbovac. Scott Haekel. Row 2: Mark Gullch. Jeff Hace. DebbyGulla, Linda Hale, Janet Grey, Connie Gudel, 
Row 3: Tom Garjup. Patti Graben, Dave Hach, Gordon Grigor, Jim Goodwin, Steve Grimsic. Row 4: Tony 
Grzc. Bruce Habal, Tony Grindle. Ken Lavendiere, Bob Gurry, Tom Gundling. Not Pictured: Ed Habat, Joe 
Granehi, Todd Goudle, Charles Graham, Lorraine Gorg, 



Honor Your Partner. 





Mrs. Barker Bottom Row (L to R): Laura Henson, Mary Hanlon. Jill Hamilton, Kellh Hannan. Elaine 
Hasegawa, Kathy Hanlon. flow 2: Jetf Hatfield, Mike Hensley, Terri Helmick. Pati Heintz. Darlene Kreckal, 
Karen Haney. Row 3: John Hatras, Donna Harasyn, Kathy Hayes, Lee Heinlein. Bob Hart, John Hanak. Row 
4: Tom Hanratty, Linda Harsh, Denise Held, Maureen Heben, Tom Heil. Bill Harris. Jim Helss. Not Pictured: 
Bruce Hausrath, Bob Hayes. Debbie Kale, Pam lannicca. 



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228/Sophomores 






Mr. Benz Bottom Row (L to R): Stacey Staub. Karol Slouffer. Ronny Stylianou. Mary Stepien, Mary Stephens. 
Martin Sudar. Row 2 Jacqueline Steich. Diane Summerhill, Rebecca Strauss, Debbie Sirell. Laurie Strauss, 
Lorraine Susnjk. Row 3: James Stuber, Jetferey Stocum, Bobbi Stout, Gerri Stih, Beth Stoch, Leonard Surovi. 
Row 4: VJckey Sump, Jess Stephon, Brian Sullivan. Ray Strutz, Stephen Steftas, Neal Stout. Not Pictured: 
Karen Stone, Elizabeth Stillings, Ed Skerl, Debbi Sunson, Kathy Sullivan. 



Prison's open! 




Miss Blabolil Bottom Row (L to R): Denise Baker. Karen Batchko, Ann Alacqua. Ron Beck, Jan Barbis. 
Tom Ayere, Sally Barbato. Row 2: Bill Barker, Larry Dissauer. Bob Baitt, Karen Batista, Kevin Barney. 
Ron Bayko. Row 3: Doug Baich, Russ Ashby, Mary Barkhurst, Nona Balogh. Do'nna Balzel, Kim 
Alabuida- Row 4: Anonymous, Anonymous. Mike Bauer. Gary Barbish, Beth Barbo, Lynn Batista. 
Not Pictured: Alan Seal. Emanuel Balale. 




My Mommy's mad at me! 






"'^P^^^'i^wgiwi**-" "^^ 






Mr. Brown Bottom Row (L to R): Debbie Marino, Bill Marks. Cynthya Marlon. Phil Mann, Joan McAvley, 
Shirley Marn, Marianne Markuz. Row 2: Debbie Mangosh, Kathy Marolt, Matt McClelland, Bart McClelland, 
Larry Mersey, Tony Massiello, Jean Marcysiak. Row 3: Sue Magas, JoAnne McCarty, Joe Magrl, Ted 
Marten, floss Maniglia, Mike Maxwell. Dave Mackovjak. Row 4: Laura Marn. Jim Martin. Gary Miles, Jim 
Malokas. Jon Magnusson, Mike Rose. Not Pictured: Ruth Markel. 




Miss Buck Bottom Row (L to R): Anonymous, Anonymous, Debbie Beyerle, Maria Canestraro. Sue 
Besselman. Vickie Boettcher Row 2: Janet Beeman, Pat Betts. Robin Berkey. Caria Boka, Luanne Bole. 
LaVonda Benko, Debbie Abshire, Row 3: Scott Boncha, Mike Belcastro, Mark Bir, Eric Bencin, Anonymous. 
Jim Bizzarrl. Row 4: Richard Black. Joe Bordanaro, John Behn. Tom Bokal. Kathy Blakeley, Chuck Booms, 
Patty Berlan. Not Pictured: Randy Becker, Mike Blott. Mary Jo Berzin, Doug Blewitt, Greg Bilyk, Tom 
Berardinelli. Tom Beckwith. 



"I'm camera shy." 




Miss Carmody Bottom Row (L to R): Cindy Brady. Kathy Brozovich, Pan Boyd, Brian Boenens. Mike 
Braddock. Row 2: Cheryl Brinko, Kathy Bresbuar, Laura Breuning, Penny Brace, Sandra Brew- Row S.- 
Christine Bradlee. Ed Brady. Ed Brooks. Diane Browski, Cynthia Brady, Debi Brown, Row 4: Sandy 
Brechum. Kim Bortnik, Bill Broadhurst, Bob Christmyer. Donna Bawes, Ed Bourayols. Wof Pictured: Sue 
Bottigi. Richard Bosher, Ed Brown. Ed Brochak, Jesse Breeden, Roberta Collins. 



"Don't Shoot!" 



230/Sophomores 





Mrs. Creveling Bottom Row. (L to R): Ron Intorcio. Michael Jezerinac. Sharon Hutewicz, Laura 
Kastelic. Daniel Hunnell, Michelle Jalich. Row 2: Richard Jeric, Cindy Indiano. Sherry Ivancic. 
Diane Jean. Birute Jakubauskas, Patii Jochum. Row 3: Elizabeth Humar, Glenn Janezich. Frank 
Janovics, Richard Hutchins, Keith Irwin, Debbie Insana, Nancy Huntoon. Row 4: John lafelice. Pal 
Jelinic, Doug Jasin, Michael Hurwich, Duane Jasin, Jetf Johnson, Mark Jaksic. Not Pictured: 
Kathy Hull. Frank Grebenc. 




Mr. Davison Bottom Row. (L to R): Nancy Genta. Evelyn Cameron, Mary Behra. Karen Carmany. 
Deborah Calandra. Deborah Capadona, Deborah Cali Row 2: Tom Canale, Michael Calabrese, 
Michael Driscoll, Edward Burns, Susan Carpenter, Nancy Casey, Robin Burhenne, Michael 
Campana. Row 3: Carol Capicciont, Richard Bukovec, Sam Carameli, Carol Bensi, Roberta 
Cavell, Ken Capper, David Catanese- Row 4: Dennis Burge, Mark Canale, Linda Caldrone, 
Cynthia Caddick, Dale Cadwallader. Kenneth Butt, Keith Carlln. Diane Cefaratti, Stanley 
Campbell. 




Monday morning, 7:30 a.m. 




Mr. Fowler Bottom Row. (L to R): Daniel Cooke, Debora Cozart. Terri Day, Barbara Conrad, 
Cindy D'Amico, Maria Costanzo, Kathy Da Luca. Row 2: Kay Davis. Debbie Davis, Bev Cowper, 
Monica Dagley, Ron Darling, Tom Curto, David Berch, Sue Davis. Row 3: Debbie Cruse, Cecelia 
Delehanty, Eileen D'Anna, Pat Crov^'ell, Richard Daedelow, Denese Cruse. Kim Deakin. Row 4: 
Glenda Curtis. Michelle Barbish, Ronald Czaplicki. Jon Curtis, James Cooke, Ralph Delligatti, 
Dennis Cooper, Tom Cosgriff. Not Pictured: John Crawford, Mary Ellen Donate. 





"I'm Little Red-Riding Hood.' 



Sophomores/231 



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Mr George Bottom Row. (L to R) Nadine Lapides Lisa Ladovich. Sharon Krnc. Kevin Kosec, Joann Kovacich. 
Donna Kunis. Row 2: Gregg Kuzik, Deborah Kuchta, Greg Krall, Diane LaDouceur, Edward Kubiez. Jean 
Lanese. Row 3: Larry Langman, Craig Kozan, Mike Kratovich. Jean Kormos, Jeffrey Kovac, Mary Krajnyak, 
Linda Kovacic. Row 4: Joseph Kotar, Kevin Lasher. Cindy Laszcz, Susan Kusmanoff, Doretta Koss, John 
Kovacic, Steve Langdon, 





Bite your tongue, boy. 




Mr. Judge Bottom Row. (L to R): Sheila Hufford, Val Hocevar. Debbie Hoffmeyer, Kathy Hrlc. Ronnie Herp. 
Row 2: Brian Holmes, Jim Hribar, Norm Herrick, Andi Hubay, Marcla Holmes, Jan Howell, flow 3; Rick Hogan, 
Vic Hribar. Ron HIabse, Ed Legerski, David Hindley. Row 4: John Kobe, Dave HIavac. Archie HIrsch, Mike 
Hildebrandt. Ed Hocevar. Pat Gallagher, Connie Hollis. Not Pictured: Bob Hopkins. 



"0. come off it!" 



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Miss Leilis Bottom Row. (L to R): Laurie Milner, Debbie Melaragno, Jane Merrill, Marsha Miller. Pat Meglich, 
Mary Lee Mikolich. Sue Milavec. Row 2: Pat McFadden, Jackie Miklavic. Jeff Minich, Tim McNeill. Dave 
Medves, Janet Murney, Jeff McConocha. Row 3: Brian McGovern, John Meall, Richard Merrill, Jo Ellen 
McRainey, David Miller, Paul McNeilly, Mike McLaren. Row 4: Steve Michael, Kevin McDonough, John Ray. 
Steve Miklavic, Lee Miller. Jeff Miller, Terry Mitch. Not Pictured: Margaret McCreight. Patrick McLaughlin, 
Kevin Mikus, 



UNDERCLASS! 




Mr. Lowe Bottom Row. (L to R): Barbara Kimble, Barbara Kocm, Sharon Kletsky, Robert Kiro, 
James Kernya, Sue Koelh, Row 2: Karen Kolenc. Marian Geletka. Albert Kever. Jane Kimack. 
Patricia Kinkelaar, Gloria Kissel. Row 3: Barbara Kochevar, Curtis Koeth, Frank Kormanec, 
Karen Klodor, Randy Knific, Tom Klosky. Row 4: Rick Koffel, Toni Kime. Cindy Knight, Susan 
Komocar, Dan King, Ken Kloss. 






Mrs. Lucas Bottom Row. (L to R): Kathy Kemp, Joyce Kaston, Kathy Kelly, Lora Kelly, Paul Katasic. Row 2: 
Doug Jones. Shirley Keay, Katie Kempert, Joan Johnson, Linda Justus, Janie Keller. Row 3: Steve Kasunic, 
David Johnston, Lynette Katarsky, Mary Karlovic, Tom Himmelman, Ausra Kammskas, Bob Johnson. Row 4: 
Kevin Kahl, Wayne Keefe. Randy Keefe. Ken Kalfesh, Don Justus. Richard Jue. Ken Kee. Not Pictured: Jerry 
Keller. Harvey Kahn, Mary Koherchik. 



"She lost her report card!" 



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Mr. Pawlowski Bottom Row, (L to R): Debi Morgan. Jim Novak, Madelyn Mramor, Laurie Moss. Bina Mohan, 
Wendy Monahan. Row 2: Margie Niemczura. Vicki Morris, Mary Naro, Roseanne Mitchell, Willie Mulholland, 
Cindy Moore, Gail Molnar. Row 3: Jeff Mrofchak, Vic Narusas, Scott Nemecek, Mike Mullally, Bob Mueller, 
Rhonda Nauth. Row 4: Brian Medic. Mary Mooney, Bruce Morris. Phyllis Medic. Ed Oswald. Greg Neurohr, 
Dennis Murray- Not Pictured: Pam Mondak, Mae Novakovich, Jonelle Nemeth. 



Sincerely yours, Joe. 





Mrs. Portaro Bottom Row. (L to R): Lothar Prause, Marie Pinte, Beb Portik, Lucia Pelito. Nancy Powell. Vicki 
Pietro. Row 2: Karen Praskavich. Candy Polly. Marian Powell. Diane Praznovsky, Charlie Pongallo. Dave 
Plickert. Row 3: Nancy Plesnicar, John Primeau, Pat Pisano, Nick Poulos. Ruth Poropat, Craig Pratt. Row 4: 
Herb Print. Bob Pitingolo. Bill Ponsart. Jim Porz. Tony Plesnicar. Not Pictured: Gene Preston, Dena Pirovolos, 
Frank Poremba, Sharon Preseren. Cathy Mikolic. 




HaVeAM>ce"DaY 



One Adam-12. 




SMILE! 



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Mr. Ramlow Bottom Row (L to R): Pete Tslvitse. Diane Tonkin, Sharon TIanello. Ed Unetich, 
Bob Twoey. Row 2: Linda Trunkely, Ton! Tomaselll. Wayne Tryon, Lynn Udovich, Chuck Trepal, 
Joe Thomas. Row 3: Steve Tolbert, Sue Treat, Nancy Thompson, Jeff Tibjash, Diane Trebec Row 
4: Ron Thompson, Heino Thiemens. Kurt Tuckerman, Steve Tschappat. Rick Toaddy. Jack 
Thomas. Joan Thomson. 




Mr. Regano Bottom Row (L to R): Jeanette Erdelac. Michael Faraone, Doug Fanney, Leigh 
Evans, Amy Evans. Joann Eber, Row 2: Michael Fahey. Mary Evert. Pat Fatika, Jeff Engel, Susan 
Elmore. Suzanne Farig, Gary Ecker. Row 3: Kevin Eroskey, Doug Duwe, Dennis Fedrowisch, 
Janlne Elshaw, Pat Falvey, Katrina Elkins, Row 4: Bryan Eyman, Paul Edelburgs, Mike English, 
Dale Engelking, Don Ebersbacher, William Faunce, Chuck Erne, Not Pictured: Michelle Dupay. 



_A' flf, (Si 




,Lte^ . i^ 




Mr. Reminick Bottom Row (L to R): George Fuller, Karen Franzen, Norma Fierle. Pat Fiffik. 
Laina Frietcher, Jan Fisher. Linda Franks, flow 2, Martha Finlayson, Faith Doyle. Forrest Freed. 
Dale Fross, Gary Fresenko, Jeff Frattin, Row 3: Debbie Francis, Mike Fortunato, Chris Fidel. 
Dennis Fisher. Barbara Fende, Ray Fister, Barbara Bradac. Row 4: Dan Fovi'ler, Rich Frey, Mark 
Fisher. Terry Foreman. Glenn Foy, Bill Florian, Mike Flood. Dan Ferris. Not Pictured: Karl 
Francetlc. Lorie Fitzsimmons, Ralph DePalma. 





Monday morning hesitation 




L'eggs are here 



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Mr- Robuck Bottom Row, (L to R): Pam Pierce. Nancy Pierce. Tim Person, Tom Perdan, Kathy Petsanis. 
Micheie Patete. Jeanne Pierolo Row 2: Ron Penko. Carol Pesec. Marlene Prybylek. Sue Phillips, Dean 
Pearch, Charles Petnck. Row 3: Susan Perpar, Allan Pestotnik, Jennie Pesec. Nancy Perusek, Gail Petroff, 
Wendy Petrovich. Maryann Perlic. Row 4: Mike Petak, Larry Perme, Charles Pezek, Terry Pekarcik. Bill 
McClemons, Claudette Petchak, Linda Penharth, Not Pictured: Mark Petardi- 




"I've seen the light.' 




Mr. Rojeck Bottom Row, (L to R): Patty Chambers. Julia Chandler, Dolly Ciammalchella, Dennis Carter, Ross 
Climo, Rose Cirota. flow 2; Thresa Colombo. Ruth Clough, Bob Christensen, Glenis Cline. Lynne Chisholm, 
Jane Chabrand, Row 3: Jan Connerton, Al Chernay. John Conklin, Bob Cerjan, Fred Clapp, Judy Connerton, 
Row 4: Don Chample. Bill Colt, Dennis Chasser, George Ciomek, Jim Chukayne, Bill Cheraso. Not Pictured: 
Cathy Clark, Jane Becker. Danny Clasen. Rob Clements. Nancy Chapel. 




Mr. Rose Bottom Row, (L to R): Renee Palozzi, Pam Nulick, Andy Paller, Tom O'Breza, Janice Parkinson, Pat 
Nunnally- Row 2: Sue Parry, Christine Ortman, Nancy Okleson, Betsy O'Donnell. Joyce Parisi. Deborah Papp. 
Row 3: Jim O'Brien, Greg Otcasek, Jim O'Rourke. Karen Parshall, Rose Ann Paolucci. Row 4: Michael 
Otcasek, Kerry O'Neill. Scott Palmer. John Nykiel, Charles OLosky, Jim O'Donnell. Not Pictured: Randy 
Nungesser, Lmda Ostrunic, Ted Orton. Dennis Olinchic. Larry Papo, Rosemarie Parsons. 




The old hallway picture trick. 



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"Lead us not into temptation. 





"Have I got a joke for you!" 




Mrs- Schultz Bottom Row. (L to R): Monica Shehl, Marie SImeo, Jeannette Sicurezza. Lucinda Short, Gail 
Setnik. Row 2: Carol Sedlak, Pam Simon, Terri Shusky, Paula Seidel. Debra Shepherd. Row 3: Bob SidaK, 
Robert Shipley, Dave Sergent, Don Scott, Mona Signorelli. Row 4: Dennis Shuman, Gary Seifert. Ron Sever, 
David Siefkes, Arthur Shepard. Not Pictured: Jim Sheridan, Mark Simon, Mary Jane Troha. Maureen Shusky, 
Darlen Shultz. Mike Wilson, Geraldine Scanlon. 




Mr. Schroeder Bottom Row. (L to R): Barb Schleimer. Sonja Sanson, Sharon Sawdey. Bob Savage, Marlene 
Sackel, Debbi Schuiz, Donna Saletel, Row 2: Cathy Sattler. Mike Scotese. Sue Sanford, Barb Schliebner, Ethel 
Sanders. Rosella Saia, Row 3: Bob Sanborn, Jim Saywell, John Santa, John Schoeniger, Pat Scheer, Anita 
Scherlacher- Row 4: Randy Sargant, Bob Sawyer, Bob Schultz, Rich Schultz, Lee Schmid, Margaret Schwarz, 
Delia Schutt, Not Pictured: Tom Samsa 



Var-sitting. 



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Miss Simonich. Bottom Row (L to R): Susan Ludwa, Laura Jo Lovano, Patti Greeley, Vicki Longstreth. flow 2: 
JosI Lisuzzo, Carol Leiand, Tony Lemmo, Mike Lexa, Debbie Luksic- Row 3: Heidi Lorence. Lee Ann Liles, 
Dennis Lo Conti, Barb Lowe, Frank Lepold. Row 4: Sue Linsley, Terry Lewis. Greg Lipstreuer. Rick Lesko. Jim 
Lieber, Bob Leach, Not Pictured: Vernon Lucas. Kevin Lewis. Don Luikart, JeH Lustic, Nancy Lipstreu. Debbie 

Lovka, Linda Lewis, Stan Lorence, Craig Lewis. 




Mrs. Sopko Bottom Row, (L to R): Jan Gerbic. Tina Gilliotti, Sue Galon, Kathy Gamer, Lori Glick, JoAnn 
Giallanza. Row 2: Mike Grala, Bob Godnavec, Bob Gilkerson, Sally Geib, Mary Jane Gibbons, Liz Gliebe. Row 
3: Brian Gleisser, Steve Genelius. Joe Ganser. John Gerbetz, Henry Gallo. Karen Gaydos, Helen Gelev. Row4: 
Dave George, Doug Glavac. Frank Gant, Mel Gephart, Gary Gingell. Jim Kelly, Ken Goebel. Not Pictured: 
Rosalie Gallucci, Carl Kozlosky, Luann Glavac. 



"Glad you asked that question.' 





Mr. Starr Bottom Row, (L to R): Mark Stalhuth, Regina Smith, Diane Siracusa, Marilyn Skedel, TerrI Smeiko, 
Robert Southall, Row 2: Martin Skok. Ronald Smith, Joyce Slauta, Cynthia Spiegler, Mark Simpson, Row 3: 
Diane Smith, Jack Skinner, Norma Sims, Gene Smith, John Skeya. Row 4: Melinda Zuzek. Bill Sivak, James 
Stansfield, Michael Spino, Jeffery Spilar, Michele Skur. Not Pictured: Jim Singer, Susan Sorci. Janis Turner, 
Henry Skedel, Robert Sockloskie, Gary Soltesz. 



Everybody has tatoos. 



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B.L.T. and a chocolate shake to go. 




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Mr. Supance Bottom Row, (L to R): Candy Taboika. Marge Svetin, Robin Switzer, Linda Sutton. Jess 
Swihart, Gilbert Sweet Row 2: David Buttle, Chuck Tercek. Linda Sustarsic. Pat Swider. Mary Takacs, Jean 
Swearingen. Row 3: Diana Tavano, Debbie Terrill. Robert Szalay, Rich Takiguchi, Mike Szalay, Bob 
Tekancic, Paul Sweeney. Row 4: Joe Taylor, Tom Tabor, Tom Taylor, Bill Taylor, John Tanner, Bob Ternll. 
Not Pictured: Brian Talty. 



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Mr. Thompson Bottom Row, (L to R): Susan Vibbert. Katfiy VanTllburg. Deborah Visage. Lynn VIckerman, 
Lorena Vargo. Michelle Vanah. Row 2: Richard Voss. James Vala. Gary Vadnal. Sherrie Vorachek. Diane 
Vulich. Row 3: Terry Vaughan, John Volpin. Dan Welcome. Leonard Vaiginis, Steve Voase. Dan Waiahn. Row 
4: Gary Vahcic. Terry Valencic. Keith Waganek. Robert Vidmar. Gregory Volpe. Jon Wade. Jamie Walsh Not 
Pictured: Paul Vandeveer. Diane Vesel. Gary Vogel. John Wright. Ron Van Dalen. Victor Vene. 



Sophomores/239 





Mrs. Tombaugh Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Ralnovlch, Chris Reese. Jacky Rapkin, Cindy Rashall. 
Robin Reed. Anita Ribar, Deb Re. Row 2: Kathy Renko, Steve Rinderie. Charles Replogle. Ron 
Radovanic, Paul Riley. Connie Richards, Debbie Prioreschi. Row 3: Carl Reese. John Raggets. Mary 
Reilly, Debbie Riggar, Gail Reese, Laura Purnell. Row 4: Louis Prioreschi, John Prizzi, Tom Renbarger, 
Glenn Radatz. Terry Ranson, George Rhyne. Mike Rebich. Jean McElwain. Not Pictured: Shirley 
McCaliion. 




Miss Uhry Bottom Row, (L to R): Cindy DeVlto, Pete Bieiek, Carleen Duffy. Jack Dougherty, Rich Doganiero. 
Paul Diehi, Mark Don. Row 2: Sue DiNiro. Lois Dobnikar, Donna Dergane. Diane Dicki. Karen Dudek, Victoria 
DiNardo. Diane Barno Row 3: Gayle Doiinar, Sue Domltz, Lynne Drummer, Beth Duiker, Tony Doremus, Art 
Dietrich, Dino DeRose. Row 4: William Donner, Keith Duff, Rich Dickar, Sam DeMichele. Patrick DiTirro. Jim 
Dietz. Nat Dickinson, Not Pictured: Alan Dole, William Duffner. 





Miss Whieldon Bottom Row. (L to R): Bob Zuchelli. Mark Zust. Mary Ann Zakrajsek. Paula Zentack. Keith 
Yoder. Row 2: Mary Jo Zigman. Mike Zucker, Ralph Zupancic, Stephanie Yuhas. Michele Zerros. flow 3: Bob 
Zimmerman, David Zabjek. Mary Yuras. Lynn Zorskis. Margaret Zovack. Row 4: Jim Zolinskl. Bob Zgodinski. 
Frank Zak, John Zgonc, Tim Zeltz. Jim Zakrajsek- Not Pictured: George Young. Bob Young. Bruce York, Cindy 
Zlvkovlch, Mike Zdovc. David Zonnevllle. 







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Mrs. Wiegand Bottom Row, (L to R): Tom White, Tim Woods. Scott Williams. Bob Williams, Richard 
Wilbraham. Phil Yan. Row 2: Holly Wilson, Gail Yatsko. Barb Wright, Cecilia Wardzella. Lorene Ward. Barb 
Yakovac. Row 3: Don Williams, Gary Webster. Ron Wolenski, Bob Weisert, Marion Weissfuss, Ingrid 
Welnhold, Row 4: Rhonda Whitlinger, Jim Workman, Barb Wata, Karla Wiltrout. Cheryl Wiskes, Bob Yenc. Not 
Pictured: Dan Vanco, Lee Wutchiett, Cindy Weiss, Chris West. 



"rm a fish!" 





Mrs. Williams Bottom Row, (L to R): Kathy Marasco. Kathy Rush, Ginny Rozum. Shirley Rodgers. Barb Robb. 
Row 2: Cheryl Boeder. Nancy Roesch, Esther Rosenberg, John Roth, Mike Roberts. Row 3: Karen 
Rzepkowskl. Karen Rucker, Sharon Rogers, Dave Rutti, Todd Rohrer, Row 4: Sherry Ross, Keith Rosa, Scott 
Russell, Doug Rohr, Blair Roeder. Not Pictured: Mike Nolan, Sue Plavac. Elaine Robasz, Frank Robers, Carole 
Rose, Ted Rolfe, Sheena Rosslngton, Pat Russel. 



Her better side. 





Senior Index 

TERESA ANN ABBOTT Terri 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Friendshilp 
Y-Teens 2; G.A.A, 2,3; Student Council 2,3,4. 
JOHN MARTIN ABRAHAIVI John 

N.H.S. 4; Radio Club 2,3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Student Council 4. 

MARK STEVE ABRAMCZYK Mark 

Golf 4; Outdoor Track 4. 

RONALD STANLEY ABRAMCZYK Ron 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Letterman Club 4. 
THOMAS WILLIAM ADAMS Tommy 

SUZZANNE ADDIS Sue 

Humanities East 4; Ski Club 2. 
GLORIA CASTRO AGUON Mae 

VANYA JEAN AKRABOFF Vanya 

Ski Club 2,3,4; Girls Soccer 2; Voices of Art 2. 
THOMAS ALLCHIN Tom 

BARRY PHILLIP ALVORD AIvs 

Intramurals 2,3,4. 

PATRICK CRAIG AMES Pat 

Intramurals 3,4. 

JAMES PETER AMUNDSEN Jim 

Ice Hockey Club 2,3,4; Vice-President. 
CHARLES PHILIP ANDERSON Chuck 

Science Seminar 4. 



SUSAN MARIE ARAPS 
Spirits 2. 

NIKOLETTE ARASTARIS 
DENNIS R. ARIETA 
JEFFERY DAVID ARTMAN 
TIMOTHY KEITH ATVES 
EDWARD SCOTT AZMAN 
intramurals 2,3,4. 



Sue 

Nicky 

Arieta 

Jeffu 

Toad 

Ed 




JAMES ANDERSON Jim 

Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Water Polo 4. 
PATRICIA ANN ANDERSON Patti 

Eucuyo 3,4; Art Editor 4; F.B.L.A. 3; F.T.A. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2,3; I.Q.S. 3,4; Metal Sculpturing Club 3; 
N.H.S. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Survey Business Staff 
3,4; Assistant Business Manager; Survey 
Editorial 4; Artist; Girls Track 2; Voices of Art 3. 
DANIEL JAMES ANDRE Dio 

Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3; Key Club 2,3; 
Letterman Club 4; N.A.S.S. 4. 
JEFFREY C. ANDRE Jeff 

Weightlifting Club 3; Occupational Education 4. 
LORA LOU ANDREWS Lou 

G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
ANDREA MARIE ANDRUS Andi 

Choral Masters 3; N.H.S. 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 
Varsity Chorale 4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 
MICHAEL A. APANASEWICZ Dizzi 

Cross Country 3; Football 2,4; Foreman's Club 4; 
Golf 4; Indoor Track 2,3; Outdoor Track 2,3; 
Panther Auto 2,3,4. 

DANIEL L. APICELLO Rocco 

Aviation Club 3; Chess Club 2,3; Football 2,3,4; 
Letterman Club 4; Key Club 2; Spirits 3,4; 
Wrestling 4. 

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MARY ANN JOY BABIC Mary Ann 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3; 
N.H.S. 4. 

JAMES VINCENT BAGLIONE Jim 

Astronomy Club 3; Cross Country 2; Movie Club 
3,4; Weight Lifting Club 3. 
JOHN WILLIAM BAGLIONE Raphael 

I.Q.S. 2,3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Tri-Editor 
4. 

LYNN MARIE BAIZEL Lynn 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3. 
AMELIA BALALE Amie 

Ad Club 3,4; Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Senior Editor 4; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Majorette Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Panther of 
the Month 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3; 
Treasurer 3, 

MICHAEL ANDREW BALAZS Mike 

N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 4; 
Soccer 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Bicycle Club 
4. 

ERIC C. BANA Evil 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3; Key Club 2,3; 
Treasurer 3; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 
Football Coach 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 
Swimming 2; Talent Scouts 4; Varsity Chorale 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4. 

SCOTT JEFFERY BANFORD Stosh 

Big Show 2,3,4; Lighting Crew 2,3,4; Stamp Club 
2; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Theater Guild 2,3,4. 
WILLIAM MAJOR BARBIS 
Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2; Letterman Club 4; 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 

JANETTE MARIE BARBISH Jan 

American Field Service 2,3,4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; International Quill and Scroll 
3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spectrum Club 2; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3. 

KATHLEEN ANN BARELICH Kathy 

I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4. 
PAMELA JO BARKER PJ 

Choral Masters 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; Ski 
Club 4; Swim Leaders 4; Girls Track 2; Wai 
Napolo 4. 

MICHAELE EVE BARKHURST Michaele 

A.F.S. 2; Girls Basketball 3; G.A.A. 3; Gym 
Leaders 3,4; Vice-President 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Headline Editor 4; N.H.S. 4. 
MICHAEL ALAN BARRY Mike 

EDGAR FRANK BARTEL Bart 

Aviation Club 2; Stamp Club 2; Intramurals 2,3. 
ELLEN MARIE BARTEL Ellen- 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Stamp Club 2; 
Student Council 2,3. 

JENNIFER LYNN BATES Jennifer 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 3; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pit Band 2,3; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
MARK ANTHONY BATTISTA Old Man 

Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 
2; M.C.C. 3; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Plays 
2,3,4; Senior Scandal 4; Theater Guild 2,3,4; 
Vice-Chairman 4. 



JANICE ELAINE BAUME Janice 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 

DOUGLAS JAMES BAUR Doug 

PATTI SUE BECKER Becker 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; Friendship Y- 

Teens 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3; Student 

Council 4; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Winter 

Festival Court 2. 

JAMES EDWARD BECKERT Jim 

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

Crew 3,4; Movie Club 3,4; Spirits 3,4; Student 

Supply Store 2. 

DAVE L. BECKWITH Beck 

Ski Club 3,4. 

LARRY JOSEPH BELCASTRO Larry 

Hockey Club 2,3,4. 

KATHY ANN BELL KB 

DARRELL JON BELUSCHAK Dieter 

SCOTT MADISON BENNETT Cowboy 

GEORGE M. BEVERIDGE George 

Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3; Tennis 2. 

FRANCES ANN BEZDEK Frannie 

G.A.A. 2,3. 

STEPHEN BIALKO Steve 

Weightlifting Club 2. 

MAUREEN BILLINGS Reen 

DAVID WAYNE BISH Dave 

Ski Club 2; Swimming 2; Voices of Art 3. 

MARY AGNES BLAKELEY Mary 

Camera Club 3; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; Kids 

for Earth 3; Mixed Choir 2; N.F.L. 4. 

STEVEN ROBERT BLASSINGAME Blass 

Baseball 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 2; Key 

Club 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 

2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Weightlifting Club 

2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 

CATHY ANN BLATNIK Cathy 

A.F.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 3; Metal Sculpturing 

Club 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum 3; 

Spirits 4. 

CAROL JEANNE BLAZEK Carol 

MARIALENA ROSE BLOMQUIST Maria 

CHARLES H. BLOTT Chuck 

Foreman's Club 4; Letterman Club 4; Marching 

Band; Weightlifting Club 2; Wrestling 4. 

MARYANNE ROSE BOCZEK Candice 

Camera Club 2,3,4; Distributive Education Club 

2,3,4; Girls Field Hockey 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 

3,4; Kids for Earth 2,3; Planning Board 4; N.F.L. 2; 

Student Council 2,3,4; Executive Board; Survey 

Business Staff 2,3,4; Girls Tennis 2,3; Voices of 

Art 2,3; Girls Volleyball 4. 

GARY WALTER BODOVETZ Gary 

Basketball 2,3,4; Football 2; Golf 3; Letterman 

Club 4; Spirits 3,4; Intramurals 3,4. 

GUSTAVO ERNEST BOEHM Gus 

Swimming 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Voices of Art 2,3. 

JANET LYNN BOETTCHER Jan 




Jo 
Spirits 2,3. 

Boomer 
Club 4; Spirits 

Lola 
Rino 
Don 

Betty 



DONALD LOUIS BOGOTAY Bog 

Golf 3; Panther Auto 4; Ski Club 3; Intramurals 
2,3,4. 

CINDY LOUISE BOHANNON Boh 

G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; 
Talent Scouts 3; Girls Softball 3. 
CHARLES EDWARD BOKAR Boke 

Football 2,3,4; Golf 3; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man Club 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3; 
Weightlifting Club 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. 
CARMELA CHRISTINE BONANNO Cram 

Student Council 4. 
JOANN NANCY BONICK 
Distributive Education Club 3,4; 
LYNETTE LOUISE BOOMS 
Cooperative Office Education 
2,3,4; Student Council 2,3. 
LOLA BOREAVE 
RINO BOREAVE 
DONALD ALLEN BOTTS 
Swim Leaders 4; Swim Show 4. 
BETTY JEAN BOWERS 
Cooperative Office Education Club 4; President 
4; F.B.L.A. 3; Secretary 3; Mixed Choir 2. 
GILBERT HENRY BOYD Gil 

JOHN BAXTER BRADSHAW Juan 

Baseball 2,3,4; J.V. Captain 3; Basketball 2,3; 
Football 4; Indoor Track 4; Key Club 2; Letterman 
Club 4; Spirits 2,3. 

MARY A. BRADY Mary 

GLEEN A. BREEZE Glenn 

BARBARA ANN BRENNAN Barb 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Vice- 
President 4; G.A.A. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Mixed Choir 2; 
N.H.S. 4; Spirits 2,3; Swim Leaders 4; Theater 
Guild 2; Wai Napolo 4; Swim Show 4. 
CHARLES KENNETH BRICKMAN Chuck 

Ski Club 2,4. 

LAURA MARIE BRITVIC Bright Eyes 

SHARON BROCHAK Sharon 

Friendship Y-Teens 2. 

THOMAS MICHAEL BROCKMAN Brock 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man Club 3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4; Spirits 4; Swim 
Show 2. 

KURT ROBERT BROCONE 
LINDA BROD 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; G.L.C. 4; N.H.S. 
Football 4; Spirits 3. 
EDWARD CHARLES BRONAKA 
Powder Puff Football Coach 4. 
CHARMIANNE BROTHERS 
Friendship Y-Teens 2; Powder Puff Football 
Spirits 2,4; Student Council 3,4. 
JOHNNY BROWN Johnny 

KATHY JEAN BROWN Kath 

Friendship Y-Teens 2. 

RICHARD ALAN BROWN Rick 

Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Humanities 



Waldo 

Linda 

; Powder Puff 

Ed 

Charm 
4; 




East 4; Lighting Crew 4; N.F.L. 2; Plays 2,3,4; 
Spectrum 2; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Theater Guild 
2,3,4; Varsity Chorale 4; Voices of Art 3. 
FRANK BROWSKI Frank 

Wrestling 3. 
SUSAN LYNETTE BRUENING Sue 



NATALIE BRUNNER 

Ski Club 4. 

BONNIE ANNE BRYANT 

Girls Basketball 2; F.B.L.A 

Puff Football 4. 

KAREN LYNN BUCCILLI 

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

CAROL YVONNE BUCHHOLZ 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship 

jorettes 4; Majorette Club 2,3: 

Varsity Chorale 4. 

DEBORAH LOUISE BUENTE 

Pink Panther Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 

VICTORIA ANN BUREK 

KAREN BURROWS 

GARY A. BUSH 



Natalie 

Daffy 
G.A.A. 2; Powder 

Karen 
Mixed Choir 2. 
Bucky 
Y-Teens 2; Ma- 
Mixed Choir 2; 



Stoney 

Vicki 
Karen 
Latoo 



ANTHONY V. CAFARELLI 


Tony 


CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH CAIMI 


Chris 


Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,4; Letterman Club 


4; Outdoor Track 2; Spirits 3,4. 




GARRY WAYNE CALDWELL 


Garry 


DIANE JOAN CAPUTO 


Diane 


N.H.S. 4. 




EDWARD RUSSELL CARPENTER 


Uncle Ed 


Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 2,3,4. 




LYNETTE MARY CARPENTER 


Lynette 


SHIRLEE ANNETTE CARPENTER 


Shirlee 



Tim 

Chick 
Vice- 



Ad Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2,4; Psychology Club 4; 

Powder Puff Football 4. 

TIMOTHY DAVID CARPENTER Sod 

Big Show 3; Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2; 

N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3; Symphonic 

Band 4. 

TIMOTHY JAMES CARRISH 

Swim Leaders 4. 

CHARLES WAYNE CARROLL 

Key Club 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 

President 4; Tennis 2,3,4. 

JUDITH ANN CARROLL Jude 

JOHN ANTHONY CASSESE Casses 

Big Show 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; M.C.C. 3; N.F.L. 2,3,4; 

President 4; N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 

4; Student Council 3; Theater Guild 2,3,4; Junior 

Class Executive Board 3; Senior Cabinet 4. 

JEANNE ANNE CATER Jeannie 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3,4; Friendship Y- 

Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 2; 

Spirits 2; Student Council 4; Theater Guild 2; 

Junior Class Executive Board 3. 

CATHERINE CAVAR Cathy 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 

RAE-LYNN CEBUL Rae 

Choral Masters 3; Eucuyo 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 

2,3,4; Majorette Club 3; M.C.C. 3; Mixed Choir 2; 

N.H.S. 4; Spirits 3; Student Council 2,3; Swim 

Leaders 4; Theater Guild 2,3; Varsity Chorale 4; 

Wai Napolo 4; Swim Show 4. 

CATHERINE ANN CENTA 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; M.C.C. 3; N.H.S. 4; 

Puff Football 4. 

MAUREEN ANNE CENTA 
Big Show 3; Choral Masters 
N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Ex- 
ecutive Board 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Talent 
Scouts 3; Theater Guild 2,3; Secretary 3; Varsity 



Cathy 
Powder 



Penny 
Movie Club 4; 



Chorale 4; Audio Aid 4. 

BEVERLY JO CESEN Bev 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski 
Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Swim 
Leaders 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 
THOMAS MICHAEL CHAMBERS Tom 

Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 4; Student Supply 
Store 2. 

TERESA CHANDLER Teresa 

JOHN WILLIAM CHAPEL Bill 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Swim- 
ming 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Hockey Club 2,3,4. 
JOHN DAVID CHASE John 

Humanities East 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 

JANICE ELAINE CHESNIC Jan 

Kids for Earth 4; M.C.C. 4. 
PATTI MARIE CHINNICI Chinece 

Cheerleaders 3,4; J.V. Co-Captain 3; F.T.A. 2,3; 
G.L.C. 3,4; President 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
2,3; Theater Guild 2; N.H.S. 4. 
RICHARD CHIREALLO Richard 

CAROL ANNE CHISHOLM Jingle Bells 

PATRICIA ANN CHLEBIK Pat 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Astronomy Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Humanities East 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Spectrum 2. 

MARIAN JACQUELINE CHOLEWICKI Mar 

Big Show 2,3,4; Cheerleaders 3,4; J.V. Co- 
Captain 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 





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

Talent Scouts 4; Theater Guild 2,3. 

GARY FRANCIS CHRISTENSEN Gary 

Football 2,3; Golf 3; Indoor Track 2; Spirits 3; 

Weightlifting Club 3. 

PATRICIA BELLE CHRISTIE Patsi 

Kids for Earth 3,4; M.C.C. 2; Plays 2; Theater 

Guild 2; Cinema Club 2,3. 

MARIE MICHELE CHRISTOPHER Marie 

VALERIE JEAN CIGOY Val 

Swim Leaders 3; Wai Napolo 3; Swim Show 3. 

JAMES R. CIKA Jeem 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3; Plays 2,3,4; 

Theater Guild 2,3; Varsity Chorale 4. 

SAM CILBERTO Sam 

MARILYN LOUISE CIMPERMAN Marilyn 

G.A.A. 4; N.H.S. 4; Pink Panther Club 3; 

Psychology Club 4; Ski Club 4. 

JAY EDWARD CINCO Cincs 

Astronomy Club 3; Concert Band 2; Marching 

Band 2. 

CLARA JEAN CLAPACS Clay 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; President 4; 

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Talent Scouts 3. 

BRUCE LEROY CLAPP Bruce 

Football 4; Swim Leaders 4. 
PAUL SCOTT CLAPP Paul 

Choral Masters 3,4; Cross Country 2; Indoor 
Track 2; Mixed Choir 2; Weightlitting Club 4. 
ANN LOUISE CLARK Ann 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Vice- 
President 4; G.L.C. 3,4; Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Secretary 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 3; Girls 
Volleyball 2,3; Girls Tennis 2; German Honorary 
3,4. 

STUART CLARK Marty 

FRANK E. CLEMENCE Clem 

Weightlitting Club 2. 

ANTHONY W. CLINE Tony 

DONNA G. CLINE Donna 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; F.B.L.A. 2; 
G.A.A. 2. 

CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH COLLIER Chris 

Marching Band 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 2,3,4; Plays 4; 
Soccer 2,3,4; Captain 4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
MARY CATHERINE COLLINGWOOD Kitty 

Survey Business Staff 3. 

MILLER JAMES COLLINS Miler 

Cross Country 2,4; Football 3; Indoor Track 2,3,4; 
Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Science Seminar 2; Spirits 
4; Survey Editorial Staff 3. 

CLIFFORD CONNELLY Cliff 

RONALD DEAN CONNOLLY Coz 

Distributive Education Club 2; Football 3. 
DEBORA ANN CONRAD Debbie 

Girls Basketball 2; Girls Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 
2,3; Girls Volleyball 2. 

JACOUELYN LOU COOK Jackie 

Coral Masters 3,4; G.A.A. 2; M.C.C. 4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Movie Club 4; Student Council 3; Survey 
Business Staff 3,4. 

PHIL WENDELL COONEY Philbert 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Student 




Supply Store 2; Orchestra 2,3,4. 
NANCY ELIZABETH COOPER Coop 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; 
Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 3. 
CAMILLE COREMAN Camille 

G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Pink Panther 
Club 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 3. 
MARYELLEN COUGHLIN Cogs 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; 
Student Council 4. 

JANE KERIN COWAN Janie 

A.F.S. 3,4; Exchange Student 3; Big Show 2; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Copy Editor 4; 
Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 
3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 3,4; Planning Board 
4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Plays 2; 
Spectrum 2,3; Spirits 3; Student Council 2; Swim 



Leaders 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Voices of Art 

2; Wai Napolo 3; Swim Show 3. 

DIANA LYNN COWLING Diane 

G.A.A. 2; M.C.C. 2. 

FRANK MICHAEL CROCKETT Mike 

BARBARA ANN CROWDER Barbie 

TOM CRUSE Ben 

Choral Masters 3; Mixed Choir 2. 

CHERYL GENE CUTTER Cheri 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; 

Senior Scandal 4. 

TERRY CUTTER Monk 

Choral Masters 3,4; Talent Scouts 3. 



JOHN PAUL DAMBERGER Jack 

Baseball 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; Football 3,4; 
Foreman's Club 4; Mixed Choir 2; Stamp Club 3; 
Wrestling 2. 

CHRISTINE ELIZABETH D'AMICO Chris 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4. 
RENEE D'APICE Renee 

GARY DENNIS DARLING Revolver 

RANDY RICHARD DAVIS Randy 

RICHARD ALLEN DAY Foo Foo 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; 
Weightlitting Club 4. 

MICHAEL ANDREW DEA Mike 

EDWARD L. DEBELJAK Ed 

LINDA LEE DEMBEK Linda 

M.C.C. 4; N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 4. 
WILLIAM DANIEL DERBY Derb 

Football 2; Mixed Choir 2; Weightlitting Club 2. 
RALPH A. DeROSE C.W. 

MICHAEL DETKO Michael 

KATHY FRANCIS DEVITO Baby 

Majorettes 3,4;Majorette Club 2. 
MIKE DAVID DEVLIN Micky 

JANET ANN DEVOR Hamburger 

Dress Code Committee 2. 

CAROL MARIE DIBIASIO Carol 

Big Show 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Eucuyo 4 
Art Editor 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A, 2 
Humanities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Kids For Earth 3,4 
President 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Spectrum 2; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Theater Guild 2; Voices of Art 2; Wai 
Napolo 3. 

CAROL ANN DIECKMANN Carol 

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

BONNIE DIEZIC Bonnie 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN DILL Cristobal 

Chess Club 2,3; Student Council 2; Student 
Supply Store 3,4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 
2,3. 

HELEN LOUISE DiMARE Helen 

Friendship Y-Teens 2. 

MARY TERESE DiMARE Mayor 

Friendship Y-Teens 2. 

BRIGETTA DiTOMASO Brig 

Girls Field Hockey 2,3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
3; Student Council 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 4; Wai 
Napolo 4. 

NANCY MARIE DOBRIN Nancy 

Distributive Education Club 4. 
JACQUELINE DODDS Jackie 

JIM VINCENT DOGANIERO Dog 

Letterman Club 4; Student Council Alternative 4; 
Weightlifting Club 4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 
KATHLEEN ANNE DOLTER Kathi 

BETTY ANN DONAJTIS Betty 



Big Show 2; Theater Guild 2. 

PATRICK DONOVAN Dino 

Football 2,3. 

DANIEL JOSEPH DOROS Dan 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Symphonic 

Band 3; Intramurals 4. 

SUSAN LEE DOWNER Sue 

Choral Masters 3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Mixed 

Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Psychology Club 4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

COLLEEN FAITH DOYLE Yaka 

A.F.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 3; Metal Sculpturing 

Club 3; Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum 3; Spirits 4; 

Student Supply Store 3,4. 

EDITH ELIZABETH DRESCH Edie 

Lighting Crew 2; Talent Scouts 2. 




PATRICIA ANN DRISCOLL Dri 

G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

STEVEN IAN DRITZ Steve 

Chess Club 2; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 2; 

Wrestling 3; Intramurals 3. 

AMELIA MARIE DROTLEFF Amy 

Distributive Education Club 4; I.Q.S. 3; Ski Club 3; 

Survey Business Staff 2,3. 

LYNN MARIE DUFFY Lynn 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2. 

KEVIN DUGAN Kevin 

CYNTHIA JANE DULAR Cindy 

A.F.S. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; G.L.C. 4; Spirits 3; Girls 

Tennis 2. 

KATHY LEE DUNCAN Dunk 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2. 

ELAINE MARIE DUTKO Turtle 

RICHARD F. DWORNING Rick 

Letterman Club 4; Soccer 2,4; Spirits 3,4. 



DALE MICHAEL ECKER Sticks 

Wrestling 2,3. 

CARMEN ANITA EDELBERGS Carmen 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Vice-President 4; Eucli- 
dian Editorial Staff 3,4; I.D. Editor 4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Spectrum 2; 
Student Council 3. 

MARCIA J. EDER Marcia 

G.A.A. 2. 

ELIZABETH ANN EHRHARDT Beth 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 
2,3,4. /' 

JANET MARIE EIKENBURG Jan 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3. 
NANCY ANN ELZE Ponytail 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; 
Art Editor 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 4. 



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RON ROBERT EMSER Waldo 

Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3. 
SHAWN ENGEL Shawn 

JAMES E. ENGLISH Jim 

Basketball 2,3,4; Tri-Captain 4; Indoor Track 3; 
Letterman Club 2; Outdoor Track 4; Spirits 3. 
DIANE ERICKSON Di 

DIANA LYNN ERNE Ernie 

Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Girls Field Hockey 3; 
Friendship Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Girls 
Track 2,3,4; Girls Volleyball 3; Girls Softball 2. 
SUSAN ANN EVAN Sue (Crazy Lady) 

Concert Band 3; Distributive Education Club 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 3; Survey Business 
Staff 2. 

KAREN LOUISE EVIN Karen 

MICHELLE ANNE EVRIS Micki 

MICHELLE ANNE EVRIS Micki 

RONALD EDWARD FAIKEN Donut 

Concert Band 2; I.Q.S. 2; Survey Business Staff 2. 
NANCY L. FARKAS John-Yoka 

CATHERINE JEAN FASHAM Cathy 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; 
F.T.A. 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Pink Panther Club 3; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 3,4; Student Council 3. 
DIANE FAUST Diane 

PHILIP FEDROWISCH Phil 

Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 4. 
LAUREN O. FELDER Lauren 

A.F.S. 2; Eucuyo 3,4; Poetry Editor 4; Humanities 
East 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Treasurer 4; Student 
Council 3. 

WILLIAM DANIAL FERGUS Bill 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Key Club 2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 
2,3,4; Co-Editor-in-Chief 4. 
JOHN FESTINI John 

LINDA LOU FILSINGER Linda 

Ad Club 2; G.A.A. 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Plays 2; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; 
Wai Napolo 2,3,4. 
JEAN P. FINLAYSON Jeannie 




Spirits 3. 

DENNIS ALLAN FISHER Squid 

Wrestling 3. 

ROBIN FLACK Robin 

BEVERLY A. FLECK Bev 

Spirits 4. 

MICHAEL DAVID FORGAC Mike 

Eucuyo 3,4; Humanities East 4; Activities Com- 
mittee 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Student Council 3; Student Supply Store 2. 
CAROLLYNN FRALEY Carol 

Girl's Track 3; Wai Napolo 2; Girls Swim Team 4; 
Captain 4. 

WILLIAM A. FRANCIS Will 

Baseball 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; 
Swim Leaders 3,4. 



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ROY E. FRANCISCO Buddy 

Weightlifting Club 3,4. 

WALTER D. FRANK Wally 

Swim Leaders 3,4. 

WILLIAM EDWARD FRANK Bill 

Big Show 3,4; Camera Club 3,4; Euclidian 

Editorial Staff 3,4; Sports Editor 4; I.Q.S. 3,4 

Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Football Coach 4; 

Varsity Chorale 3,4. 

DONALD FREED Donald 

BRUCE A. FREY Frey 

Football 2,4; Gym Leaders 2; Indoor Track 4; 

Weightlifting Club 3. 

SUSAN R. FRIMEL Sue 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Ski Club 4. 

MARK R. FROSS Mark 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2. 

RAYMOND F. FUHRMAN Hey Ray 

Aviation Club 3,4; Foreman's Club 3; Metal 

Sculpturing Club 2; Soccer 3,4. 



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G.A.A. 2, 



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Football 2; Gym 

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JANICE ANN GAJDA 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4 

Pink Panther Club 2. 

MARK GALL 

Baseball 3; Camera Club 2 

Leaders 3; Outdoor Track 3. 

DAVID JAMES GALLOWAY 

Golf 4; Key Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; Varsity Chorale 

3,4. 

DUANE G. GANSER Gans 

Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Spirits 4. 

LOUISE LILLIAN GANT Louise 

Astronomy Club 4; Camera Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3; 

G.A.A. 3; Pink Panther Club 2,3; Student Advisor 

3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; 

Braille Club 3. 

CAROLANN CAROJULA Carrie 

NIKI JEAN GAUL Niki 

A.F.S. 2.3,4; Astronomy Club 4; Camera Club 4; 

G.A.A. 3,4; Humanities East 4; Kids for Earth 4; 

N.H.S. 3,4; Pink Panther Club 4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Senior Scandal 4 

Theater Guild 3; Girls Track 3. 

MARY ELLEN GEIB 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3; 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 

Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 4 

Orchestra 2,3,4. 

LINDA SUE GERBIC 

Girls Basketball 2; Spirits 2. 

LARRY JOSEPH GERMOVSEK 

KATHLEEN JOAN GILLES 

MARYELLEN GIUNTA 

Ski Club 4; Talent Scouts 3,4. 

DENNIS GLASNEY Dennis 



Spirits 2,3,4; 

Mary 
G.A.A. 2,3,4 



Chippy 

Germ 

Kathy 

Mar 



SHARON RENEE GLASS Sharon 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 
3,4; N.H.S. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 
3; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4; German Club 3,4. 
WILLIAM R. GLAVAC Bill 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4. 
SHARON LYNNE GLICK Sharon 

JOHN CHRISTOPHER GLICKER John 

F.B.L.A. 4; Letterman Club 4; Weightlifting 4; 
Wrestling 2,3.4. 

JOANNE M. GOGAN Joanne 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2.3. 
ARTHUR S. GOLD Art 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Captain 4; Indoor Track 
2,3,4; Captain 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; 
Letterman Club 2,3,4; Secretary 3: President 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Captain 4; Powder 
Puff Football Referee 4; Spirits 3,4; Vice- 
President 4; Student Council 4; 500 Mile Club 
2,3,4; President 2,3.4. 

ANDREW FRANK GOLON Andy 

Metal Sculpturing Club 2,3; Soccer 2,3,4; 
Weightlifting Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 
CHARLES FAULK GONSO Chuck 

JOHN DAVID GORDOS Thristy Jack 

Indoor Track 2,3; Key Club 2.3; N.A.S.S. 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3; Soccer 2,3.4; 
Captain 4; Student Council 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 2,3. 
AMY GORN 

Kids for Earth 3; N.F.L. 4; Spirits 3; 
Business Staff 4. 
MARK G. GRAF 

Cross Country 2; Ski Club 2,3,4. 
JAMES WILLIAM GRAHAM 
Baseball 2,3.4; Letterman Club 4. 
LYNETTE RENEE GRAHEK Lynny 

Choral Masters 3,4; Humanities East 4; M.C.C. 2; 
Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 3,4; 
Student Council 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 4. 
ROBERT A. GRDANC Bob 

ROGER GRDINIC Race Car Driver 

MARILYN SUE GREENWALD Marilyn 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Senior Scandal 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; First Page Editor 
4. 

DAVID ANTHONY GREER 
Football 2; Indoor Track 2. 
MARSHA GRIFFITH 
Distributive Education Club 4; 
Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; Ski Club 2,3. 
DEBORAH ANN GRIMES 
Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Ski Club 4; 
Talent Scouts 3.4. 
MIKE GRUCZA 

DONALD ANDREW GUDAITIS 
N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4. 
KAREN MARIE GUENTHER Karen 

Cheerleaders 2.3.4; Co-Captain 4; Choral 
Masters 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2: G.A.A. 2; G.L.C. 
3,4; Humanities East 4; M.C.C. 3; Mixed Choir 2; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 3; Theater 



Amy 
Survey 

Garf 

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Dave 

Myra 
Friendship Y- 

Debbie 



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Donald 




Guild 2; Girls Volleyball 2. 

TOD A. GUNTNER Head 

Cross Country 2: Distributive Education Club 3,4; 

President 4. 

KAREN KAY GUYTON Karen 

Voices of Art 2. 

MARK E. HABAT 80 

Big Stiow 3,4; Choral Masters 3; Marching Band 

4; Mixed Choir 2; P.A. Club and Audio Aids 4; 

Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 2,3; 

Symphonic Band 4; Talent Scouts 3,4; Varsity 

Chorale 4; Weightlifting Club 3. 

CATHY HACKATHORN Cat 

DALE E. HACKER Dale 

Key Club 2,3; Soccer 4. 

GARY BRIAN HACKLE Gary 

Movie Club 2; Theater Guild 3. 

THOMAS BRUCE HADYK Alice 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Chess Club 2,3;- 

Football 2,3,4. 

BRUCE H. HAINES Bruce 

Golf 2,3; Ski Club 4. 



JOHN HAYES 
DAVID LOREN HAYMAN 
JAMES HEGEDUS 
ELIZABETH ANN HEHEMANN 
CHRISTINE ELLEN HENRY 



John 
Dave 

Jim 

Liz 

Chris 




CURT W. HALE Nick 

Big Show 3,4; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; 
Plays 3; Soccer 3,4; Spectrum 3; Theater Guild 3. 
DAN HANLEY Dud 

LINDA LEE HANNIGAN Linda 

TERRY JAMES HANNON Tex 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2. 
NANCY HANSBROUGH Nancy 

DAVID HANSON David 

MARY P. HARBST Mary 

G.A.G. 2,3,4; Historian 3; Publicity 4; Girls 
Volleyball 3. 

LAURA LEE HARPER Laura 

Povifder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3; Swim Leaders 
3,4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

BLAIR JIM HARPS Blair 

JEFF M. HARRIS Harry 

Baseball 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 2; Letter- 
man Club 3,4. 

MELISSA MARY HARRIS Lisa 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 
Club 2; Ski Club 3,4; Girls Soccer 2; Spectrum 4; 
Student Council 3; Girls Track 3. 
VERONICA ANN HARRISON Ronny 

A.F.S. 4; Exchange Student 4; Girls Field Hockey 
4; G.A.A. 4; M.C.C. 4; Ski Club 4; Student Supply 
Store 4; Swimming 4. 

JEFFREY CRAIG HART Jeff 

SUSAN KAY HASLEGO Sue 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4. 
ELIZABETH ANN HASSE Liz 

A.F.S. 4; Choral Masters 3,4; Humanities East 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; Talent Scouts 4. 
LORI S. HASSINK Hass 

Kids for Earth 4; Swim Leaders 2,3; Wai Napolo 
2,3. 

MICHAEL G. HAUPTKORN Mike 

GARY ALLEN HAUSRATH The Bomber 

JAMES FREDEREK HAY II Weiner 

Golf 2; Spirits 4; Talent Scouts 4. 



F.T.A. 3,4; Humanities East 4; M.C.C. 3,4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 4. 

TERRY LEE HENRY Terry 

F.T.A. 3,4; Executive Board 4; Humanities East 4; 
M.C.C. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; 
Spirits 4. 

PATTI ANN HEPP Patti 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 2,3,4. 
SUSAN JANE HERSH Sue 

Girls Volleyball 4. 

TONI SHARON HERTZ Toni 

TODD CHARLES HICKLIN Hick 

GLENN TERUO HIGAKI Yellow Peril 

A.F.S. 4; Eucuyo 4; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
Key Club 2,3,4; Sophomore Director 2; Lt. Gover- 
nor 3; President 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Executive Board 3,4; 
Junior Class Board 3. 

GARY JOSEPH HIGGS Stiggs 

Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 4; 
Letterman Club 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2,3. 
CLOYD ALEXANDER HILDEBRAND III Cloyd 
Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; 
Vice-President 3; President 4; Soccer 3,4; J.V. 
Captain 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wrestling 3. 
LINDA SUE HILL Linda 

Aviation Club 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2. 
SANDRA LOUISE HOCEVAR Sandy 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Mixed Choir 
2; Spirits 4. 

THOMAS PHILLIP HODAS Tom 

JEFFREY NELSON HOEDT Jeff 

Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Gym Leaders 3; 
Key Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 3; Pep Band 3; 
Plays 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 3; Symphonic Band 3. 
DOUG KEITH HOLCOMBE Rueban 

Concert Band 3; Marching Band 3. 
PAT M. HOLMES Homer 

JOHN JOSEPH HOLODNIAK Halot 

Choral Masters 4; Ski Club 3,4; Swim Leaders 4; 
Swimming 2,4; Talent Scouts 2,4. 
GRACE ANN HOMMEL Grace 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; Assistant Editor 4; 
Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4. 

DAVID HERMAN HOPPERT Hoppy 

Choral Masters 3,4; Golf 3; Mixed Choir 2. 
DAVE JOSEPH HOPPERT Hop 

Wrestling 2. 





JILL JEANNETTE HORNSBY Jillard 

Mixed Choir 2. 

CHARLES G. HOUSER Chuck 

Concert Band 2; Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 
2,3,4; Letterman Club 3,4; Marching Band 2; 



Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Symphonic 
Band 3,4. 

MARY JO HRASTAR MJ 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; M.C.C. 2,3; 
Spirits 2,3; Student Council 2,3. 
LAWRENCE HRIBAR Larry 

NANCY MARIE HROVAT Nancy 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Spirits 
2. 

MARLIN HSU Marlin 

Humanities East 3; M.C.C. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Stu- 
dent Supply Store 3,4. 

JANET D. HUBER Jan 

Ad Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4. 

MARGUERITE L. HUFFMAN Peggy 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Majorette Club 2; Ski Club 4; Student Council 4. 
JOHN M. HUGHES John 

MARY ANN HUMAR Shortstop 

Pink Panther Club 3,4; Senior Scandal 4. 
MARTIN JOSEPH HUMENSKY Marty 

PAUL MURRAY HUNGERFORD Paul 

Marching Band 2,3,4; Sergeant 4; Pep Band 
2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Swim Leaders 4; 
Swimming 2,3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Talent 
Scouts 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 
PATRICIA ANN HUNTER Pat 

BETTY LOU HUSTON Bed 

Pink Panter Club 4. 



ERIC J. IMM Ferric Ion 

Eucuyo 4; Humanities East 3,4; N.F.L. 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4. 



EARL J. JABLONSKI Earl 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; President 

4. 

RAMUTE LAIMUTE JAKURAUSKAS Ramute 

Cooperative Office Education Club 3,4. 

RANDALL KEITH JAMESON Randy 

Ad Club 3,4; Key Club 2; P.A. Club and Audio 

Aids 3,4. 

DEBORAH SUE JAMNIK Debbie 

G.A.A. 2. 

LYNNE MARIE JAPEL Lynne 

Spirits 2,3,4; Diversified Cooperative Training 4. 

KATHRYN LYNN JELEPIS Kathy 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3; Spirits 2,3; 

Student Council 3. 

CANDIS LEE JENKINSON Candy 

JANET KAY JEPPE Jan 

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

SHARON MARIE JERKICH Shar 

Distributive Education Club 4. 

SHIRLEY ANN JERKICH Shirl 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 

ROBERT WAYNE JEROME Rob 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Swimming 

2,3,4; Water Polo Club 4; Swim Show 2,3. 



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MARC A. JEWETT Marc 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 

DENNIS A. JIROUSEK Dennis 

Distributive Education Club 4. 

BETH ANN JOHNSTON Beth 

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

Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Publicity 

Chairman 3; Corresponding Secretary 4; G.L.C. 

3,4; Points Chairman 4; Spirits 3,4; Student 

Council 4. 

BETH M, JOHNSTON Bertha 

Big Show 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; M.C.C. 4; Powder Puff 

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

Swim Leaders 4; Swimming 2,3,4; Symphonic 

Band 4; Talent Scouts 3; Theater Guild 3; Wai 

Napolo 4; Homecoming Court 3; Senior Cabinet 

4. 

GARY ALLEN JOKELA Crazy Jake 

Key Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2; Wrestling 2. 

CHARLES A. JOLLY III Jol 

Distributive Education Club 4; Football 2,3,4; 

Indoor Track 3,4; Letterman Club 3,4; Outdoor 

Track 3,4; Powder Puff Football Announcer 4; 

Spirits 2,3,4; Student Supply Store 2; Senior 

Cabinet 4. 

CYNTHIA MARIE JOURNEY Sin 

ELAINE G. JOYCE Elaine 

Big Show 2,3,4; N.F.L. 2; Plays 2,3,4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Student Council 4; Secretary 4; 

Theater Guild 2. 

CYNTHIA M. JULIAN Cindy 

MARYBETH JURATOVIC MB 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 3,4. 

COLLEEN ANN JUSTUS Colleen 

M.C.C. 4. 



PATRICIA ANN KADUNC K 

Cheerleaders 3,4; G.A.A. 2; G.L.C. 4; N.H.S. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski 
Club 4; Spirits 3,4; Student Council 3; Junior 
Class Activities 3; Senior Prom Decorations 4. 
LORRAINE ROBBIN KAIN Lorraine 

Concert Band 2,3; Euclidian Business Staff 2,3,4; 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 
3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 2; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Symphonic Band 4; Girls Track 
2,3,4; Girls Volleyball 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Girls 
Softball 2,3,4. 

BARBARA L. KANE W.B. 

Distributive Education Club 4; Theater Guild 2. 
JOYCE ANN KAPUSI Joyce 

G.A.A. 3; G.L.C. 4; Majorette Club 2; M.C.C. 3,4; 
Language Lab Assistant 2. 
SUSAN J. KARASH Sue 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Kids for Earth 3,4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

DENISE LYNN KARRER Denise 

Choral Masters 3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Student Supply Store 2,3,4; 
Manager 4. 
DEBORAH LYNN KASE Debbie 




G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 2; 
Junior Class Activities 3; Senior Prom 
Decorations 4. 

JANICE LYNN KASTELIC Jan 

Choral Masters 3,4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 3 
Majorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 3,4 
Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski 
Club 4; Treasurer 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 3; 
Student Council 4; Theater Guild 2. 
TERRI KASTON TK 

Ad Club 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; G.L.C. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 3; Student Council 
2; Voices of Art 3; Junior Class Treasurer 3. 
SHARON ANN KATZ Sharon 

G.A.A. 2,3. 

SUSAN ELLEN KATZ Sue 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; Humanities East 4; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pit 
Band 2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Symphonic 
Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 
NANCY LYNN KECK Nance 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; F.T.A. 3 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Spirits 3; Student Supply Store 3 
Survey Business Staff 3,4; Circulation Manager 4 
Braille Club 3. 

WILLIAM O. KEELER Kelargo 

JUDITH LYNN KEHRES Judy 

Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Movie Club 4; Plays 3,4; Symphonic Band 
3,4; Theater Guild 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 
LYNN ARNEL KEMPKE Arnie 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Secretary 
4; Ski Club 4; Spirits Club 3. 
CATHERINE ANN KENIK Cathy 

Concert Band 2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; 
Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Ski 
Club 4; Spirits 2; Symphonic Band 3; Junior Class 
Secretary 3; Orchestra 3,4. 
ROBIN KATHLEEN KENYON Bobbie 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 
WILLIAM RONALD KERN Bill 

ANNETTE KERNYA Annette 

JOE L. KERNYA Old Man 

Joanne KESZENHEIMER Frank 

MARYL A. KETCHUM Mertle 

CHARLES ROBERT KEVERN Charlie Babes 
Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Distributive 
Education Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Stamp Club 4; 
Student Supply Store 4; World Affairs Club 4. 
JOSEPH ANTHONY KEYES Joseph 

DEBBIE KIKOL Debbie 

BEVERLY ANN KIMES Bev 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Survey 
Business Staff 2,3,4; World Affairs Club 2,3,4. 
DALE E. KING Dale 

DENISE DIANE KINSEY Dum Bunny 

A.F.S. 4; Astronomy Club 4; Kids for Earth 4; 
Majorette Club 2,3; Marching Band 4; Mixed 
Choir 2; Pink Panther Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 4; Theater Guild 
3; World Affairs Club 2. 

LINDA GAYLE KIRCHNER Linda 

Majorette Club 2; M.C.C. 3. 
JAMES DAVID KITTELSRUD Jim 

A.F.S. 2,3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Movie Club 
2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; P. A. Club and Audio Aids 3,4; 
Radio Club 2,3,4; President 3; Symphonic Band 
2,3,4; Talent Scouts 3,4. 

DEBORAH KIVON Debbie 

THOMAS KLEIN Tom 

SUSAN KLUSKA Sue 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 4; 



Office Worker 4. 

KATHY MARIE KNAUS Kathy 

M.C.C. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4; Spirits 3,4. 

KITTY LYNNE KNOX Kitt 

Eucuyo 4; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 2,3,4; Vice- 
President 3; President 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science 
Seminar 3,4; Spectrum 4; Survey Editorial Staff 
2,3,4; Clinic Aid 2,3,4. 

WILLIAM Kobyljanec Will 

Orchestra 2,3; AV Club 2,3,4. 
JOHN A. KOCH John 

ELLEN MARY KOELLIKER Kalbasi 

MICHAEL DAVID KOGAN Mike 

Key Club 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Psychology Club 4; 
Soccer 4; Student Council 3,4; Golf Club 2,3. 




Blib 



Jerome 



Flash 



Kum 



Kyle 



BARB KOHLER 
G.A.A. 2. 
JEROME KOLAR 
Distributive Education Club 4. 
GORDON TIMOTHY KOLUS 
Indoor Track 3. 
JOHN JAMES KOMARA 
Weightlifting Club 3,4; Wrestling 2. 
KYLE KOPECKY 
A.F.S. 2,3; Ski Club 2; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Wai 
Napolo 2,3,4; Historian 4; Swim Show 2,3,4; 
Vandalism Committee 3,4. 
LENORE ELIZABETH KORDET Lenore 

LINDA KOREN Linda 

MARILYN KORMOS Marilyn 

STEPHEN MARTIN KOSOVICH Steve 

N.H.S. 4; Hockey 2,3,4; President 2,4; Co-Captain 
3. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH KOTULA Mike 

Mixed Choir 2. 

MARY KOVAC Mary 

CONNIE KOVACEVIC Cro 

Choral Masters 3,4; Majorette Club 2; Mixed 
Choir 2; Talent Scouts 4. 
LAURA ANN KOVACIC Kabasa 

Girls Basketball 2,3; Cooperative Office Educa- 
tion Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 3; Girls 
Track 2,3; Girls Volleyball 2,3. 
ROBERT E. KOVAL Kov 

Basketball 2,3,4; Key Club 2; Letterman Club 3,4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Talent 
Scouts 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. 
WILLIAM ALLAN KOVATCH Vatch 

Chess Club 2,4; Golf 2,3; Indoor Track 3; Key 
Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Psychology Club 4; Science 
Seminar 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Talent Scouts 
4; Weightlifting Club 3; Intramurals 2,3,4. 
SHARON MAE KOWALKOWSKI Sharon 

G.A.A. 2,3; Pink Panther Club 2; Psychology Club 
4. 
LAWRENCE RAYMOND KOWICKI Larry 

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NORMAN J. KOZAN Koz 

Baseball 2; Big Show 2; Chess Club 2; Cross 
Country 3; Football 2; Key Club 2,3; Panther Auto 
2; Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Ski Club 2; 
Spirits 2,3; Soccer 3; Swim Leaders 3; Talent 
Scouts 2,3; Weightlifting Club 2; Wrestling 2,3; 
Intramurals 2,3. 

GREGORY J. KOZAR Koz 

Football 4; Foreman's Club 4; Weightlifting Club 
4; Golf 4. 

TIMOTHY JOHN KOZEL Tim 

Baseball 2; Camera Club 2; Chess Club 3; Ski 
Club 2; Spirits 3,4; Stamp Club 2; Intramurals 
2,3,4. 

MARY ANN KOZICH Mary Ann 

Cheerleaders 3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; N.H.S. 
4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 2,3. 

KATHLEEN ANN KOZLEVCAR Kathv 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; Spirits 2,3. 
WILLIAM EDWARD KRAL Bill 

DALE P. KRAMER Dale 

MARY JO KRATOVICH Jo 

Aviation Club 3; M.C.C. 3. 
MARYELLEN KRAUS Maryellen 

Distributive Education Club 4. 
FRANK A. KRAVOS Frank 

JOYCE MARIE KRAVOS Joyce 

G.A.A. 2. 

SUSAN CAROL KRENISKY Sue 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2. 
STEVEN THOMAS KRIVDO Kriv 

Football 2; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; 
Outdoor Track 3,4. 

JEAN M. KROTINE Jeannie 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 
WILLIAM RANDY KUBETIN Que 

Baseball 3; Key Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Science 
Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council 4. 

RICHARD A. KUCHERAK Rick 

Radio Club 2; Swim Leaders 3,4. 
KARL L. KUCHLING Kuch 

Foreman's Club 4; Golf 2,3; Weightlifting Club 4. 
JOANNE LYNN KUEBLER Joanne 

A.F.S. 2; Big Show 2; Choral Masters 4; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 4; 
Secretary 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 3,4; Girls Tennis 
2,3,4; Orchestra 2,4. 

JEROME ANTHONY KUHEL Jerry 

Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 3; Swim Show 2,4. 
JAMES KUKRAL Jim 

PATRICIA A. KUSHAN Fatty 

DONALD KWASNY Slim 

Baseball 4; Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 3,4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 
2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4. 

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CLAY R. LaBOUNTY Bones 

Baseball 4; Spirits 2; Intramurals 2,3,4. 
LORRAINE M. LaCAVA Lori 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Vice- 
President 4. 

DENISE JEAN LAMM Denise 

Choral Masters 4; M.C.C. 3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council 4; Senior Class Activities 4. 
PHYLLIS M. LAMONT Witch 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 
DEBBIE A. LAMONT Glutton 

Mixed Choir 2; Pink Panther Club 2,3; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
JOHN JOSEPH LANGDON Tracy 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; 
Letterman Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3. 
CAROLE LYNNE LANNING Red 

Ski Club 3,4; Vice-President 4; Spirits 2; Voices of 
Art 2; Debate 4. 

JAIME L. LAPIDES Jaime 

Gymnastics 2,3,4; Big Show 4. 
PETER JAMES LASZCZ Sparks 

Camera Club 2; Radio Club 4; Computer Club 
3,4. 

CHARLES EDWARD LAVALLY Chuck 

Distributive Education Club 4; A.V. Club 2,3. 
DAVID ALAN LAZAR Dave 

Cooperative Office Education Club 2. 
ELIZABETH LYNNE LEHMAN Uz 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 3; Spectrum 
2; Girls Track 2; Varsity Chorale 4. 
LINDA L. LEIGHTON Linda 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student 
Council 3; Talent Scouts 3. 
CHRISTINE LETANOSKY Chris 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
M.C.C. 4; Spirits 2,3; Theater Guild 2. 
CAROLE ANNE LEWANSKI Carole 

Big Show 2,3,4; Chess Club 3; Kids for Earth 2,3; 
M.C.C. 4; Metal Sculpturing Club 2,3,4; Science 
Seminar 2,3,4; Lab Assistant,2. 
CAROL ANN LEWIS Carol 

F.T.A. 3,4; Majorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; Pink 
Panther Club 4. 

KAREN D. LEWIS Karen 

Spirits 2. 

LISA ANNE LICK Lisa 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2; G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 
4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Student Council 3; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 
3,4. 

MARK C. LICKERT Mark 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 3; 




N.H.S. 4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Spirits 4; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
ROSE-ANN LICKERT Rosie 

Concert Band 2; G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2; 
Survey Business Staff 2; Girls Track 2. 
BARBARA JOANNE LILLEY Bim 

Choral Masters 3; M.C.C. 4; Mixed Choir 2; Pink 
Panther Club 2; Powder Puff Football 4. 
NEAL DAVIV LIPSTREU Neal 

CYNTHIA ANN LIS Polack 

NANCY ANN LIUDAHL Nanny G 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 4; Friendship Y- 
Teens 2; Mixed Choir 2; Plays 3,4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spectrum 2; Girls Track 
3. 

ROBERT ALAN LLOYD Robert 

Wrestling 2,3. 

MARCIA MARIA LOBAS Marcia 

F.T.A. 2,. G.L.C. 3,4; Majorettes 3,4; Majorette 
Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Theater Guild 
2. 

PATTI LOKAR Patrice 

Girls Basketball 3; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3; 
Student Council 2,3; Voices of Art 2; World 
Affairs Club 2; Hall Guard 2,3. 
JANET S. LOREK Jan 

Cheerleaders 3. 

ALAN S. LOUCKS Alan 

Tennis 2. 

ROBERT FRANK LUCAS Robert 

Swimming 2. 

JO-ANN LUCCI Jo 

JOSEPH LUCCI Joseph 

Survey Business Staff 2. 

PATRICK DELL LUDWA Luds 

Cross Country 4; Indoor Track 3,4; Letterman 
Club 4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 
EUGENE LUDWIG 

LYNN ELIZABETH LUIKART Lynn 

A.F.S. 2; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Eucuyo 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; Humanities East 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4. 
SUSAN JEAN LUIKART Luke 

Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 
Wai Napolo 3,4; President 4. 
LINDA SHARON LUKJARE Linda 

PAUL DAVID LUMADUE Due 

Baseball 2; Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3; Letter- 
man Club 4; Outdoor T^ack 3,4; Spirits 4. 
PETER ROBERT LUNDSKOW Fox 

Camera Club 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4; 
I.Q.S. 4; Coin Club 2. 

JUDITH ANNE LUSHIN Judi 

G.A.A. 2,3; G.L.C. 4; Humanities East 4; M.C.C. 3; 
N.H.S. 4; Spirits 3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
National Federation of Students of German 3,4. 
LAURA J. LUSTIC Laurie 

Aviation Club 3; Pink Panther Club 3,4. 
DEBORAH JEAN LUTZ Debbie 

Big Show 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; Majorettes 
3,4; Majorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; 
Student Council 4; Theater Guild 2; Voices of Art 
4. 

CHARLES DOMINIC LUZAR Chuck 

Baseball 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 

MARY ELISABETH LYBARGER Libby 

GREGORY R. LYMAN Gerby 

Big Show 2,3,4; Key Club 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Sergeant 4; N.H.S. 4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Pit Band 
2,3,4; Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Symphonic 
Band 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Senior Cabinet. 
COLLEEN THERESE LYNCH Collette 

Girls Basketball 3; F.B.L.A. 2; M.C.C. 3; N.H.S. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Student Council 2,3; 
World Affairs Club 2; Hall Guards 3. 



GLENN EDWARD LYTLE Skinhead 

Outdoor Track 2; Ski Club 4; Soccer 3; Voices of 
Art 2; Weightlifting Club 4; Wrestling 2; Hockey 
Club a.4 



EDWARD F. MacDONALD 
Choral Masters 4. 
MARGARET MACK 
MARYBETH MADY 
RICHARD MAGRI 
TERRI LEE MAGRI 



Ed 

Margaret 

Mellowood 

Richard 

Terri 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Spirits 2,3. 

JoANN MAHUSKY JoAnn 

G.A.A. 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
2,3; Junior Prom Decorations 3. 
JOSEPH F. MAIRE Joseph 

Distributive Education Club 4; Student Supply 
Store 2. 

STEPHEN TIMOTHY MAJESKE Steve 

MARK AMKOWSKI Mark 

SHIRLEY ANN MALETIC Shirley 

RHONDA LYNN MALIN Rhonda 





Choral Masters 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 3; 
Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Talent 
Scouts 3,4; Theater Guild 2,3; Big Show 4. 
TIMOTHY JOHN MALLEO Pooder 

DANIEL MAMRACK Mams 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 
3. 

ELLEN MANDATO Ellen 

LUANN A. MANIGLIA Lu 

Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2,3. 
BOB GEORGE MRACUS Big Bob 

Metal Sculpturing Club 2; Weightlifting Club 3. 
GARY MARCYSIAK Gary 

MIKE A. MARGHERET Mike 

MIKE EDWARD MARINCI Mike 

FRANK ROBERT MARINELLI Frank 

JOAN M. MARINELLI Joanie 

MARY CATHERINE MARINO Mary 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3; Swim Leaders 
2,3,4; Girls Volleyball 2; Wal Napolo 2,3,4; Vice 
President 4; Swim Show 2,3,4; Director 4. 
DARLENE MARIE MARKOVIC Darlene 

Astronomy Club 3,4; Camera Club 3; Friendship 
Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; M.C.C. 4; Pink Panther Club 
2; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 3; World Affairs 
Club 4. 





Al 

Ma 

Office Work 3,4. 

Fluffy 

George 

Todd 
Irene 

Helen 

Bill 
Steven Lee 



ALAN A. MARN Alan 

HENRY LAWRENCE MARSEY Hen 

Foreman's Club 4. 

KAROL ANNE MARTIN Karol 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; Vice- 
President 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Recording 
Secretary; Treasurer 4; G.L.C. 3,4; Treasurer 4; 
Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 
2,3; Student Council 4; Student Supply Store 
2,3,4. 

CHRISTINE HELENE MARTINCIC Chris 

Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 3; Student Council 3,4; Girls 
Track 2. 

ALGIS K. MARTINENAS 
WILLIAM KENT MARTINSEN 
Golf 3,4; Spirits 4; Tennis 2,3 
ROGER SCOTT MARTON 
GEORGE CLARENCE MARX 
Golf 3,4. 

TODD MATETICH 
IRENE FRANCES MATULIS 
Spirits 3. 

HELEN MARIE MAUSSER 
M.C.C. 4; Pink Panther Club 4. 
WILLIAM H. MAXWELL 
STEVEN LEE McBRIDE 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; F.T.A. 2,3; M.C.C. 4; 
Outdoor Track 3; P. A. Club and Audio Aids 3; 
Soccer 3; Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2. 
KEVIN MARC McCULLOUGH DeDe 

Metal Sculpturing Club 4. 

SHERRI ANN McCULLOUGH Sherri 

DANIEL FRANK McDERMID Dan 

DEBORAH LOUISE McDEFFETT Debby 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Spirits 4; 
Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Choreographer 4. 
PATRICIA ANN McDONALD Patti 

Vocational Education 3,4. 
BRUCE McGILL Bruce 

CRAIG RALPH McGill Keg 

Basketball 2,3,4; Big Show 2,3,4; Camera Club 
2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Co-President 4; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Letterman Club 3,4 
Lighting Crew 2,3,4; Movie Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4 
P.A. Club and Audio Aids 2,3,4; Plays 2,3,4 
Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4 
Theater Guild 2,3,4; Audio Visual 2,3,4. 
JANET ELIZABETH McKee Jan 

Cheerleaders 3; G.A.A. 2; Senior Scandal 4; 
Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Student Govern- 
ment 4. 

CAROLYN BERNIECE McVEY Carol 

Choral Masters 3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Mixed 
Choir 2; Girls Track 2; Youth Council 3. 
ERNEST VINCENT MECOLI Big Ern 

Camera Club 2. 

MATTHEW ALAN MEDEVIC Rudy 

Letterman Club 4; Swim Leaders 4; Swimming 4; 



Wal Napolo 4. 

CHRISTINE MEDLEN Shorty 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3. 

LINDA MARGARET MEGLICH Linda 

M.C.C. 2,3,4. 

DENNIS K. MEISTER Dennis 

Choral Masters 3,4; Distributive Education Club 

2. 

SANDRA LYNN MELONZI Sandy 

MONIQUE C. MENSINGER Monique 

Big Show 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 3,4. 

DEBRA JAYNE MEYER Debbie 

Concert Band 2,3; Big Show 4; Friendship Y- 

Teens 2; Marching Band 2,3; Spirits 4. 

ROBERT MEYERS Robert 

DONALD LEE MIKOLIC Don 

Football 4; Captain 4. 

EDWARD J. MIKOVICH Ed 

FRED M. MILDNER Fred 

ARLENE MARIE MILLER Ar 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Ski Club 4; 

Spirits 2. 

DENNIS MILLER Dennis 

KATHLEEN MARIE MILLER Mighty Mouth 

PATRICIA ANN MILLER Miller 

Distributive Education Club 3,4. 

PAUL M. MILTNER Paul 

FRANK PAUL MITCH Mitch 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2,4; Symphonic 

Band 3. 

KENNETH L. MITCHELL Mitch 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 3,4. 

DAVID JOSEPH MODIC Dave 

Big Show 2; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2,3; 

Plays 2; Symphonic Band 3; Tennis 2; Theater 

Guild 2. 

COLLEEN ANN MOG Colleen 

G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3; Pink Panther Club 2; Survey 

Business Staff 2,3. 

MAMTA MOHAN Mamta 

A.F.S. 4, N.H.S. 4. 

ALLEN JAY MOLINARO Allen 

JOAN NOEL MONAGHAN Witz 

Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski 

Club 4; Spirits 2. 

KATHLEEN ANN MONAHAN Kathy 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 

2; Majorettes 3,4; Co-Captain 4; Majorette Club 2; 

Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 4. 

JANET ANN MOONEY Janet 

LAURA JEAN MOONEY Laura 

Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; 

Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3,4. 




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NANCY MOONEY Nancy 

WILLIAM MORGAN Bill 

KAY MORLEY Hockey 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2. 

DANIEL JOHN MORRIS Dan 

AMY LYNNE MORTON Amr 

Choral Masters 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Mixed Choir 2; P. A. 

Club 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Student Council 

3.4; Executive Board 4; Varsity Chorale 4; Wai 

Napolo 3; Girls Swim Team 4; Big Show 4. 

JILL SUESETTE MOSKOWITZ Jiller 

Girls Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 2; Student Supply 

Store 2. 

CAROL MOWER Carol 

GERALDINE MRAMOR Gerri 

KARLA JEAN MUCCI Mooch 

Concert Band 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Symphonic Band 4; 

Sergeant 4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 

RICHARD E. MUELLER Rich 

Football 2,3; Indoor Track 2,3,; Outdoor Track 

2,3,4. 

TONI LYNN MULLIGAN Toni 

Secretary 2. 

BRAD MURPHY Brad 

Golf 2,3,4; Letterman 4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Science 

Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 3,4; Wrestling 3. 

KEITH WILLIAM MURRAY Keith 

THOMAS DUNCAN MUSCENTI Tom 

Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Captain 4; Key 

Club 2; Letterman Club 3,4; Vice-President 4; 

N.A.S.S. 2; N.H.S. 4; Panther of the Month 4. 

JANICE J. MUSICK Janice 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

JEFFREY LEE MUSTAR Jeff 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2. 

LINDA ELAINE MUSTAR Lin 

Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 4; Vocational Education 

3,4. 



JAMES B. NAGLE Jim 

Concert Band 2; Cross Country 4; Indoor Track 
2,3; Letterman Club 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3; 
Weightlifting Club 4. 

GARY T. NAHRSTEDT Wolf Man 

TINA MARLENE NAHRSTEDT Giggles 

Choral Masters 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 3; 
Homecoming Committee 3. 
ALDONA NARUSAS Aldona 

G.A.A. 2,3; M.C.C. 4; N.H.S. 4; Pink Panther Club 
2; Spirits 2,3. 

SUSAN NASH Sue 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Eucuyo 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities 
East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Pit Band 2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 4; 
Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 



JANET ANDREA NAWOR Jan 

G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2. 

ANNA M. NEFF Anna 

PETER NEITHERCOTT Pete 

WILLIAM PAUL NEMETH Bill 

Football 4; Captain 4. 

JOANNE D. NESTLERODE Jo 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Majorette 

Club 3. 

NANCY ANN NICKELS Nancy 

Concert Band 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Marching 

Band 2,3,4; M.C.C. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Symphonic 

Band 3,4; Orchestra 4. 

FREDERICK NIEHAUS Fred 

ANDREW JOHN NOCH Stud 

Big Show 2,3,4; Movie Cub 2; Outdoor Track 2; 

Plays 2; Spirits 3; Theater Guild 2; Weightlifting 

Club 3. 

LEONARD EDWARD NOEL Lenny 

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

CYNTHIA NOGA Cindy 

DEBORAH NOSS Debbie 

SHARON AGNES NOVOTNY Sharon 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 



MONICA MARY O'BREZA Monica 

G.A.A. 2,3. 

SUSAN NANETTE OCKULY Sue 

Girls Basketball 4; Spirits 3,4; Girls Volleyball 4. 

PEGGY LYNN O'DONNELL Peg 

Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey Business 

Staff 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Business Manager 4. 

ROBERTA A. OFCIARCIK Bobbie 

EVELYN VICTORIA OGREEN Ev 

Aviation Club 3; M.C.C. 3. 

REBECCA JOSEPHINE OLDHAM Becky 

Cooperative Office Education Club 2. 

KEVIN DAVIN O'NEILL Davin 

Indoor Track 2; Outdoor Track 2. 

IRIS MARGARET ONIONS Iris 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; 

I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; 

Page 2 Editor 4. 

JOHN MICHAEL OREHEK Ores 

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

N.H.S. 4; Outdoor Track 2; Spirits 2,3,4; 

Weightlifting Club 2,3,4. 

CHERYL LOUISE ORTMAN Chey 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 

ROGER DAVID OSGOOD Immensity 

Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; N.F.L. 2,3; 

Plays 2,3,4; Theater Guild 2,3. 

DONALD THOMAS OSTBERG Donald 

MELISSA ANN MARY OTCASEK Missy 

Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Mixed Choir 2; 

N.F.L. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Spirits 3; 




Student Council 4; Decorations Committee 
Chairman 4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4; Varsity Chorale. 
BARBARA ANN OVSEK Barb 

G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits 2,3,4. 



BARTON PACHOLKE Barton 

HOWARD ALLAN PADWA Howard 

Movie Club 2. 

JOHN JOE PALES John 

Astronomy Club 4; Chess Club 4. 

DAVID LEE PALLER Dave 

MELISSA G. PALUMBO Lissa 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Girls Volleyball 4. 

GEORGE BRAIN PANA George 

Football 2,3; N.H.S. 2,3,4. 

CHERYL ANNE PANKO Cheryl 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 

JUDITH MARIE PANTAGES Judy 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 

2; G.L.C. 4; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 2,3; Student 

Council 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Theater Guild 2; 




Panther of the Month 4; Varsity Chorale 4; Lab 
Assistant 2,4. 

VICTORIA PAPARIZOS Vicky 

Euclidian Business Staff 3; I.Q.S. 3,4; Mixed 
Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council 2,3; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3,4; Bike Club 4. 
BONNITA PAPO Bonnie 

LAURENE ANN PAPP Laurie 

Distributive Education Club 3,4; Vice-President 4. 
RICHARD ALAN PARISI Rich 

Cross Country 2; Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 
3,4; Spirits 3,4; Weightlifting Club 3,4; Wrestling 
2,3. 

RALPH RUSSELL PARKER Ralph 

KATHY ANN PARKINSON Kathy 

WILLIAM THOMAS PARKINSON Bill 

Intramurals 4. 

BOB LEE PASKEY Emil 

Cross Country 2; Football 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4; Letter- 
man Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Weightlifting Club 3,4. 
KARIN JEAN PATTERSON Kapon 

Ad Club 3,4; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Spirits 2; Wai Napolo 4. 

CATHY ANN PAULAUSKAS Plow 

Ad Club 3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2,3,4. 
AUGUST GEORGE PAVIS Chip 

Cheerleaders 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council 3,4. 
NANCY ANN PAVSEK Nancy 

Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski 
Club 4; Spirits 2,3; Decoration Committee 3,4. 
ROBERT A. PAWLAK Bob 



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Swim Leaders 3. 

CHARLENE NORMA PEIROLO Char 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 

2; Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 

2,3. 

JOHN FRANK PENCA Joe Jones 

Football 4; Outdoor Track 3; Talent Scouts 3,4. 

ELAINE PENHARTH Laine 

Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Voices of Art 2; Wai Napolo 

2,3. 

MARK JOSEPH PERL Carp 

DAVID JOHN PERNA Dave 

Swimming 2. 

DONNA MARIE PESTOTNIK Donna 

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

3,4; M.C.C. 2,3,4; Executive Board 4; Ski Club 4; 

Spirits 3; Student Council 4; Girls Volleyball 2,3. 

JOHN N. PETRO John 

JOHN THOMAS PETSANIS Pitts 

Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; 

Wrestling 2; Office Worker 3,4. 

PATRICIA ANN PERSCHER Patti 

G.A.A. 2,3; Humanities East 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Radio 

Club 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4. 

JOANN PATRICIA PETTY Joann 

DAVID E. PHILLIPS Dave 

Distributive Education Club 3,4. 

ROY GUY PIGNATIELLO Bo Arkansas 

Football 4; Indoor Track 3; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 

4; Outdoor Track 3; Varsity Chorale 3,4; 

Wrestling 2. 

LIBERT PINTO Lib 

Big Show 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Plays 2,3,4; 

Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Senior Scandal 4; 

Talent Scouts 4; Theater Guild 3; Varsity Chorale 

3,4; Golf Club 2,3. 

DENISE ARLEEN PISANO Denise 

Majorette Club 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Spirits 2,3,4; Survey Business Staff 4. 

DAVID PISTELL David 

ANNA M. PLANISEK Anna 

Distributive Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Spirits 

2,3; Student Council 3. 

CAROL ANN PLESCIA Carol 

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

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Spirits 

2,3. 

LAURA JEAN PLESKO Laura 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; 

F.T.A. 3; Kids for Earth 3; Metal Sculpturing Club 

4. 

ELLEN JEAN PLUTA Ellen 

FRED H. PODMORE Bo 

Gym Leaders 3,4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wrestling 

2,3,4; Wrestling Club 2,3,4. 

PAUL JAMES PODNAR Paul 

Mini-Course Instructor 4. 

LYNN M. POLLACK Lynn 

Choral Masters 3,4; Mixed Choir 2. 

DOMINIC PONGALLO Dom 

ROGER PORTER Roger 

CYNTHIA JO PORTIK Cindy 

Ski Club 4. 

LOIS MARIE POTTER Lorie 

Transfer Student 4. 

JAMES DAVID POWELL Jim 

Camera Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Plays 4; 

Radio Club 2,3; Secretary-Treasurer 3; Survey 

Editorial Staff 4; Cinema Club 3,4. 

LINDA MARIE POWELL Dago Red 

Pink Panther Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 

RICHARD POWELL Richard 

DAVID MARSHALL POWERS Dave 

N.H.S. 4; Student Council 3; Talent Scouts 4; 

German Club 3,4; President 4. 

PATRICIA ANN POYLE Pat 




Kids for Earth 3,4; Metal Sculpturing Club 4. 
DARLENE C. PRAZNOVSKY Darlene 

Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 3,4; Talent Scouts 4. 
KENNY W. PRESLEY Pres 

Cross Country 2; Distributive Education Club 3,4; 
Wrestling 2. 

PHILIP MATHER PRICE Phil 

Chess Club 3; A.V. Club 3. 
FRANK K. PRIJATEL Priachi 

I.Q.S. 3,4; Survey Business Staff 2,3,4. 
LORRAINE KAY PUNZAR Punz 

M.C.C. 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Pit Band 3; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 
2,3; Symphonic Band 2,3; Senior Cabinet 4. 
MARY ANN PUREBER Mary Ann 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,4; Majorettes 
3,4; Majorette Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3. 
EDWARD ALBERT PURNELL Eddie 

Cross Country 2,3; Humanities East 2,3; N.H.S. 
3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Suvery Editorial Staff 3. 
BUNNY PURTEE Bunny 

ED JOE PUZ Ed 

LANA MARIA PUZ Lana 

Astronomy Club 4; Friendship Y-Teens 3,4; F.T.A. 
3,4; Kids for Earth 3; M.C.C. 3; Metal Sculpturing 
Club 4; Pink Panther Club 2; Psychology Club 3; 
Spirits 3,4; Voices of Art 2; Lab Assistant 4. 



ROBERT T. QUINLIVAN 



Bob 



CAROL JEAN RACE Carol 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Spirits 4. 

EVE-LYNN RACICH DeeDee 

G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2. 

JOANNE RANDA Juana 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 

VALERIE MARY RANDAZZO Val 

G.A.A. 2; Spirits 2. 

ANITA LORRIANE RANKIN Lori 

G.A.A. 2; Pink Panther Club 3; Student Council 3; 

Girls Track 3. 

RAYMOND D. RANKIN Ray 

Distributive Education Club 4. 

JOANNE RATCHFORD Joanne 

EMMETT D. RAY Junior 

DOUGLAS CARL REBECK Doug 

Camera Club 4; I.Q.S. 4; Key Club 2,3; Marching 

Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Pep Band 4; Survey 

Editorial Staff 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 

JOHN STANLEY REECE Fats 

Big Show 2,3,4; Plays 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 4; 

Talent Scouts 3; Theater Guild 2. 

CLAUDIA REEL Claudia 

DAVID EVAN REES Rusty 

DEBORAH LYNN REGETS Debbie 

G.A.A. 2; Spirits 2. 



TOM W. REILLY Smiley 

DENNIS RICHARD RENFTLE Dennis 

SHARON THERAESA RESAR Shari 

Friendship Y-Teens 3,4; Psychology Club 4; 

Spirits 2,3. 

SUZANNE LEE RHYNE Sue 

Humanities East 4; Youth Council 4. 

LILI ANN RIBARISH Happy 

A.F.S. 2; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; M.C.C. 3,4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4.; Spirits 

4. 

JAY CLINTON RICE Jay 

PAMELA RICHARDS Pam 

Spirits 4. 

SARAH LEE RICHARDS Duke 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3; E-Room Activities 

4. 

GLEN STANLEY RICHARDSON Glen 
Marching Band 2,3,4; Soccer 3.4; Symphonic 
Band 2,3,4. 

CHARLENE KAY RICHTER Charlene 

SHIRLEY ANN RICHTER Shirley 

FRANK JAMES ROBERTS Berts 
Tennis 2. 

DONNA JEAN ROBINSON Donna 

Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 

2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Talent Scouts 3; Girls Swim 

Team 4. 

KATHLEEN F. ROBSON Kathy 

Distributive Education Club 4. 

GAYLE E. ROGERS Gayle 

Distributive Education Club 4; N.F.L. 2,3; Student 

Council 2,3. 

SUSAN ROLIK Sue 

TIMOTHY J. ROMAN TR 

Basketball 2; Letterman 4; Spirits 2. 

MARIA A. ROMANO Maria 

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




CATHERINE ANN ROSE Cathie 

Humanities East 4; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4. 

JACK KEITH ROTAR Rot 

Big Show 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Mixed Choir 2; 
Powder Puff Football Coach 4; Soccer 3; Spirits 
4; Varsity Chorale 3,4; Swim Show 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4. 

JOY DENISE ROTH Joy 

Friendship Y-Teens 4; Treasurer 4; Mixed Choir 
2; Pink Panther Club 3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits 3,4; Junior Class Representatives 3. 
BARRY DAVID RUBIN Barry 

Astronomy Club 3; Camera Club 2,3,4; Chess 
Club 2,3; Radio Club 3; Cinema Club 4. 
RITA D. RUSCITTO Rita 

DAVE ALLEN RUUSKA Roosh 

Football 41, Weightlifting Club 3. 
LEO A. RYAN Tony 



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DAVID R. SABO Dave 

Soccer 2,3,4. 

GARY THOMAS SADENS Gary 

SHARON IRENE SAITER Sherrie 

Camera Club 3,4; I.Q.S. 3; Metal Sculpturing Club 

4; Movie Club 4; N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Survey 

Business Staff 2,3; Theater-Guild 2,3,4; Voices of 

Art 2,3; World Affairs Club '2,3. 

JEROME ROBERT SAK Jerry 

TIMOTHY K. SALETAL Timothy 

NOELY V. SALGADO 

Transfer Student 4. 

EARLEEN SANDERS Cookie 

JEFFREY PAUL SANTAY Pook 

RICHARD ALAN SANTON Richard 

Letterman Club 3; Wrestling 4. 

CAROLINE SANTORELLI Carol 

G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 2. 

DIANNA LYNNE SARGANT Diane 

Student Council 3. 

THERESE MARIE SAVASKY Therese 

JUDITH SAVARINO Judy 

N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; 

Student Council 4. 

JEFFREY W. SCHAFFER Jeff 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Indoor 

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

VIRGINIA ANN SCHEER Ginny 

ALLEN A. SCHEIDER Al 

CLARK DENIS SCHEURMAN Clark 

Concert Band 3; Foreman's Club 4; Marching 

Band 3. 

CAROL ANN SCHLICERT Carol 

Big Show 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pit Band 

2,3,4; Ski Club 2; German Club 3; Orchestra 

2,3,4. 

DONALD RICHARD SCHMALTZ Don 

WILLIAM T. SCHNIDER Billy 

Concert Band 2,3,4. 

ROBERT WILLIAMSON SCHULTE Bob 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3; Key Club 2,3,4; 

Vice-President 4; Mixed Choir 2; Spirits 3; Varsity 

Chorale 4. 

HARRY EDWARD SCHULTZ Harry 

Big Show 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 

Pep Band 4; Pit Band 2,3,4; Science Seminar 




2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; TalentScouts 2,3,4; 

Coin Club 2; Orchestra 3,4. 

JOHN MILTON SCHULZ Kumquat 

Golf 3; Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2. 

LORETTA M. SCHULZ Little Lori 

LUCILLE M. SCHULZ Luci 

Distributive Education Club 4. 

PAUL SCHUTT Paul 

A.F.S. 2,3; Eucuyo 2,3; Business Manager 3; 

Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3; Letterman Club i3,4; 



Secretary 4; Mixed Choir 2; N.A.S.S. 3; N.H.S. 
3,4; President 4; Spirits 3; Swimming 2,3,4; Cap- 
tain 4; Varsity Chorale 3,4; Wai Napolo 3,4; Water 
Polo 4; Buckeye Boys State 3. 
JAMES F. SCOTT James 

Foreman's Club 4; Golf 4. 
DEBRA SEAMON Debra 

DAVID FRANK SECHNICK Slick 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Secretary 
4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Sports Editor 4. 




BRUCE SEIFERT Bruce 

GARY SEMENCHUK Gary 

Marching Band 2. 

SHARON ANN SENN Sharon 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student 

Council 2,3; Talent Scouts 3. 

JOSEPH THOMAS SEPCHINSKI Joe 

SHARLENE SEREDICH Shorty 

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

THOMAS SEVER Tom 

JOSEPH SALVATORE SEVERINO Joe 

Baseball 3,4; Chess Club 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Golf 

2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 

2,3,4; Spirits 4; Swimming 3,4. 

JAMES L. SEYMOUR Jim 

Baseball 2; Football 2. 

SANDRA KAY SHAFFER Sandy 

G.A.A. 2; Mixed Choir 2. 

ROGER GRAG SHAMANSKY Rog 

DAVID D. SHILANDER Dave 

Student Supply Store 2; Swim Leaders 3,4. 

JOHN R. SHILANDER John 

Chess Club 2,3; Ski Club 4; Student Supply Store 

3; Swim Leaders 4; Swimming 3. 

BRIAN KEITH SHIPLEY Tiny 

O.W.E. 3,4. 

SANDRA MAE SHULTZ Sandy 

Pink Panther Club 2. 

RUSSELL NORMAN SHUMAKER Shu 

Baseball 2,4. 

FRANK ALLYNE SICUREZZA Franl^ 

Football 4; Ski Club 4. 

ELLEN ELIZABETH SIDERS Ellen 

Metal Sculpturing Club 3,4; N.H.S. 

MICHAEL JAY SILVERMAN Mike 

SCOTT GORDON SIMON Scott 

Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Letterman 

Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM SIMONE Chico 

BRUCE ALLAN SINGER Bruce 

JACK ROBERT SIVIK Bob 



RONALD D. SKAPIN Ronald 

RAY ANTHONY SKEDEL Mad Dog 

Wrestling 2. 

DEBRA ANN SKERLY Deb 

Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Ma- 
jorette Club 2; Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Spirits 2,3. 

PENNY SKEYA Penny 

GREGORY JAMES SKOK Greg 

Gym. Leaders 3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Letterman 
Club 3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4; Ski Club 2,3; Survey 
Business Staff 3,4; Swim Leaders 3; Swimming 2. 
PERRY L. SKOLL Per-bear 

Football 3,4; Indoor Track 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Winter 
Festival King 4. 

GEORGE WILLIAM SKROUT George 

Concert Band 2,3,4. 

MARTIN JOHN SLUNSKI Marty 

LAURA MARY SMERDEL Laurie 

Cheerleaders 3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 
2,3; G.L.C. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
2,3,4; Student Council 3,4. 
DENIS JOSEPH SMITH Smitty 

Football 3,4; Letterman Club 4; Spirits 3,4; 
Weightlifting Club 3,4. 

DINENE SMITH Dinene 

Aviation Club 3,4; President 3; Friendship Y- 
Teens 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; N.H.S. 4; P.A. 
Club and Audio Aids 4; Psychology Club 4; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Girls Track 3; Wai Napolo 3. 
KARAN ANN SMITH Karan 

SANDRA LEE SMITH Schmidt 

Aviation Club 3; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Girls Field 
Hockey 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Sports Co-Ordinator 3; 
G.L.C. 3; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski 
Club 4; Student Supply Store 2,3,4; Girls Track 3; 
Girls Volleyball 2,3,4; Girls Soccer 2; Girls 
Softball 2,3; Bicycle Club 4; Treasurer 4. 
FRANK C. SMOLINSKI Smo 

Baseball 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 4; Key Club 2,3; 
Letterman Club 4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; P.A. Club and 
Audio Aids 4; Psychology Club 4; Spirits 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2,3,4. 
JAMES E. SNYDER Jim 

Soccer 2,3,4. 
JOSEPH ED SOCKLOSKIE Joseph 




ARDITH LYNN SOEDER Ardith 

Friendship Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Spirits 2,3,4; 

Student Council 3. 

CHRISTINE ELAINE SOEDER Chris 

DANIEL ANDREW SOLTIS Dan 

Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science 

Seminar 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 

4. 

SCOTT D. SOMERS Scott 

Astronomy Club 3; Concert Band 2; Euclidian 



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Editorial Staff 3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Marching Band 2; 

N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4. 

MARK KENNETH SONNIE Marl< 

ROY SONNTAG Roy 

Marching Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; 

Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 2,3,4. 

GALE SOUDERS Gaie 

WiLLiAM SOUTHALL William 

TIMOTHY SPRiNGOB Tim 

DONALD FRANCIS SRNOVRSNIK Srnick 

Cross Country 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Student 

Council 4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 

CHRIS GEORGE STANIC Toe 

Basl<etbali 2,3,4; Tri-Captain 4; Choral Masters 3; 

Football 2,3; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letterman Club 

3,4; Treasurer 4; Mixed Choir 2; N.A.S.S. 3,4; 

Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Leader 4; Spirits 4; Varsity 

Chorale 4. 

DAVID CHARLES STANKUS Dave 

MICHAEL JAMES STANSFIELD Mike 

RITA IRENE STASKUS Rita 

TERRI LYNN STEINFURTH Terri 

G.A.A. 3; M.C.C. 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; 

Pink Panther Club 3; Clinic Runner 3,4. 

JUDY ANN STEINHAUER Jude 

Choral Masters 3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 

2; G.A.A. 2,3; Mixed Choir 2; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 

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

MONICA DORAN STELMACH Monica 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3; 

Majorette Club 2,3; Mixed Choir 2,3; Girls Soccer 

2. 

DOLORES SUSANNA STEPANOVICH DeeDee 

DOREEN ANN STEPHON Dor 

G.A.A. 2; Spirits 2,3. 

JULIANNE STERMOLE Julie 

Mixed Choir 2. 

RONALD STIH Ralph 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; Outdoor Track 

3. 

CHERIE LYNN STINE Cher 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; M.C.C. 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student 

Council 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 4; Wai Napolo 4. 

WILLIAM J. STIPE Bill 

Basketball 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 

WENDY E. STOCKER Tootle 

Girls Basketball 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Tennis 4; Girls 

Volleyball 4. 

SIDNEY JAY STONE Jay 

Letterman Club 4; Lighting Crew 3,4; Movie Club 

3,4; N.A.S.S. 3; N.H.S. 4; Senior Scandal 4; 

Soccer 2,3,4. 

PHILIP LLOYD STOKES Phil 

TERESA KAY STOUT Terri 

GARY R. STRAUSS Gary 

Foreman's Club 4; Spirits 4. 

LAWRENCE JOSEPH STRELL Larry 

Baseball 2; Football 2. 

LINDA KIM STROBEL Linda 

A.F.S. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; Friendship 

Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 3. 

THOMAS J. STRONG Tom 

GEORGE L. STUBER Lucifer 

ROBERT J. STUBER Stubbs 

Indoor Track 2,4; Outdoor Track 4. 

HOLLY ELIZABETH STUMP Holly 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Humanities East 3; Metal 

Sculpturing Club 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Psychology Club 3; Ski Club 3,4; 

Spectrum 2; Treasurer 2; Cinema Club 3,4; 

Bicycle Club 4. 

ANNE MARIE SULEN Anne 

A.F.S. 2; Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 4; Student 

Council 3. 

MARK A. SULLIVAN Sully 



Football 3,4; Indoor Track 4. 

WILLIAM JOHN STURM Bill 

ANNE MARIE SULEN Anne 

A.F.S. 2; Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 4; Student 

Council 3. 

MARK A. SULLIVAN Sully 

Football 3,4; Indoor Track 4. 

PAUL R. SULZMANN Bushwa 

Golf 3; Indoor Track 2; Outdoor Track 3. 

RALPH JOSEPH SUSTARR Ralph 

Astronomy Club 2; Humanities East 3; Ski Club 2. 

AL SUSTARSIC Cil 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Letterman Club 4; 

N.H.S. 4. 

CARL JOHN SUTTER Carl 

Intramurals 2,3,4. 

DALE L. SUTTON Rink 

Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2,3; Weightlifting 

Club 4. 

DEBORAH ANN SUTTON Debby 

LUANN SVIGEL Lu 



Exec. Board 3,4; Humanities East 4; Science 

Seminar 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Assistant 

Circ. Mgr. 4; Science Fair 2,3. 

MARK JOHN TERCEK Sarge 

Foreman's Club 3,4; Pres. 4. 

JEAN ANN TESCHNER Tesch 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits Club 2; C.W.A. 4. 

VICKI LYNNE TETRICK Vicki 

BARI LYNNE THOMAS Bari 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Girls 

Athletic Assn. 2,3; Gym Leaders 3,4; Humanities 

East 3,4; Medical Careers 3; Mixed Choir 2; Ski 

Club 2; Spirits Club 3,4; Theater Guild 2; Varsity 

Chorale 4; Girl's Volleyball 2. 

JOSEPH THOMAS Smokin-Joe 

Baseball 2,3,4. 

MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS Lisa 

American Field Service 2; Humanities East 4; 

Kids for Earth 3; National Honor Society 4; 

Student Council 2,3,4; Exec. Board 4; Youth 

Concerned 3; Junior Class Cabinet 3. 




MARK SVILAR 

Football 3. 

DEBORAH ANN SWANEY 

Ski Club 4. 

STEVE ALLEN SZABO 

Intramurals 2. 



Sway 

Debbie 

Saz 



BRIAN TALTY Brain 

SUZANNE TAKACS Sue 

ROBERT ALLEN TAKIGUCHI Tak 

Cross Country 2; Gym Leader 3; Wrestling 2,3,4. 
KATHLEEN ANN TARANTINO Kathy 

Ad Club 3,4; Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; Friendship 
Club Y-Teens 2; Future Teachers of America 2; 
Girls Athletic Association 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Gym 
Leaders 3,4; National Honor Society 4. 
DENNIS MICHAEL TAVERIER Tav 

Camera Club 2; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4. 
ALICE OWEN TAYLOR Ali 

Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Concert Band 
2; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Friendship Y-Teens 
2; International Quill and Scroll 4; Majorette Club 
2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pink Panther Club 3; 
Spirits Club 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Varsity 
Chorale 4. 

JEFFREY LEE TAYLOR Ho-Chi-Min 

P. A. Club and Audio Aids 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Hockey 
2,3,4. 

LAURIE MARIE TAYLOR Laurie 

NANNA LEE TAYLOR Nancy 

RICHARD FRANK TELOEKEN Rich 

Chess Club 2; Future Teachers of America 2,3,4; 



SUSAN JANE THOMAS Sue 

Girls' Basketball 2; Friendship Club Y-Teens 2; 

Girls Athletic Assn. 2,3,4; Medical Careers 4; 

Mixed Choir 2; National Honor Society 4; Powder 

Puff Football 4; Spirits Club 2,3. 

THOMAS N. THOMPSON Rock 

Foreman's Club 4; Metal Sculpturing Club 4. 

VIRGINIA ANN THWEATT Gin 

Choral Masters 4; Mixed Choir 2,3; Powder Puff 

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

C.W.A. 4. 

BARBARA ELLEN TIMINSKI Ski 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; G.A.A. 2; 

Theater Guild 2. 

MITCH L. TOADDY Mitch 

YUKIKO TOKUNAGA Yukiko 

A.F.S. 3,4; Big Show 2,4; Choral Masters 3; 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Humanities East 4; 

Majorette Club 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Student Supply 

Store 3,4. 

MARIANNE TOMALA Marianne 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3; Youth Council 3. 

DOREEN MAE TOMARO Dori 

Ad Club 2; Student Secretary. 

NANCY ELIZABETH TOMKO Taco 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.L.C.3,4; Secretary 4; 

N.H.S. 4; Pink Panther Club 2; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Spirits Club 2,3; Girl's Track 2,3,4. 

CLAIRE ELIZABETH TOMOROWITZ Beth 

G.A.A. 2; Voices of Art 2,3. 

DONALD ALAN TORNSTROM Don 

ROSEMARIE JO TRAINA Rosie 

Student Council 3; Survey Business Staff 3. 

RAYMOND VINCENT TRAVERS Ray 



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VICTOR CEASAR TROLIO Vic 

JOANN TROST Jo 

Spirits Club 4; Student Secretary 4. 
SUSAN TRUNKELY Sue 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Medical Careers 3,4. 
JOYCE TUCCERI Joyce 

Friendship Y-Teens 2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pink Panther Club 2; Psychology 
Club 4; Student Council 4. 
SHERYL ANNE TUCKER Sheryl 

Friendship Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Senior Scandal 
4; Spirits Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4. 
CAROL ANN TURK Carol 

ELIZABETH CATHERINE TURK Liz 

JAMES CLARE TURK Jim 

Golf 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Swimming 2; Varsity 
Chorale 3,4. 

THOMAS ROBERT TURK Tom 

Choral Masters 3,4; Cross Country 2; Mixed 
Choir 2; Powder Puff Football— Coach 4. 
DEBBIE ANN TURKOV Deb 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4; Psychology 
Club 4; Sl<i Club 3. 

RONALD JOSEPH TUTOLO Ron 

KAREN MARIE TWOEY Karne 

Majorette Club 2; Medical Careers 3,4. 



DONNA ALANE UCHBAR Donna 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2; 

G.A.A. 2; Majorettes 3,4; Co-Captain 4;Majorette 

Club 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Scandal 4; 

Spirits 2,3; Varsity Chorale 4; Homecoming Court 

4. 

JANICE UDELL Trouble 

Sl<i Club 3,4. 

ELAINE UJCIC Elaine 

G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2,3; Pink Panther Club 

2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3. 

SUSAN RUTH ULLMAN Susie 

Ad Club 3,4; Concert Band 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 

G.L.C. 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; M.C.C. 2; N.H.S. 

4; Pit Band 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Symphonic Band 4; Girls Track 2,3,4; Orchestra 

3,4; Librarian 3,4. 

JOHN A. URBAN Urbs 

LORRAINE MARIE URBAN Lori 

Student Council 3; Archery Club 3. 

CHRISTINE URGELEIT Chris 

Friendship Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 4; Pink Panther 

Club 3. 

DENNIS STEVEN VALENCIC Denny 

Football 4. 

NADINE FRANCIS VALENTINO Nadine 

Girls Basketball 3; Distributive Education Club 4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 4; Talent Scouts 3; 

Girls Track 2. 







LORENE VANAH Lori 

LINDA S. VANEK Linda 

GAYLE ANN VANETTEN Gayle 

Pink Pantl)er Club 3; Spirits 3. 
DANIEL E. VAN PELT Tank 

JILL D. VEBER Veeb 

Girls Basketball 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Ski 
Club 4; Girls Volleyball 4; Girls Softball 3,4. 
GARY A. VEHAR Harvey 

ANTHONY VEHOVEC Trouble the II 

RITA MARIE VEHOVEC Rita 

RENE NELSON VELEZ Rene 

Survey Business Staff 2. 
BEVERLY VERCELLINO Percey 

Movie Club 3,4; Ski Club 3; Spirits 3. 
RICHARD WARREN VESEL Dick 

Eucuyo 4; Business Manager 4; Humanities East 
2,3,4; I.O.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2,3,4; 
Coin Club 2; Secretary 2. 

PATRICIA ANN VIBBERT Vib 

Girls Basketball 2,3; Distributive Education Club 
4; G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; Student 
Council 2; Girls Track 2,3; Girls Softball 2,3. 
JOHN VIDMAR John 

DENNIS JAMES VITOLO Victor 

HELEN IRENE VLCEK Hel 

Pink Panther Club 3. 

HAROLD FREDERICK VOLPE Harry 

ROBERT A. VOLPE Volp 

Indoor Track 2,3; Outdoor Track 2,3. 
ANN MARIE VOZABULE Anna 

G.A.A. 2,3; M.C.C. 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Student Council 
4; Girls Track 4; Girls Swim Team 4. 
CHARLES EDWARD VRANEKOVIC Vran 

Letterman Club 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4. 
MARK LAWRENCE VRANEKOVIC Mark 

Golf 2,3,4; Captain 4. 



TANA MARIE WALDEN Toni 

FRANK EDWARD WALLAND Mooth 
Baseball 2. 

JAY B. WALSH Wall 

MICHAEL PAUL WANCHIK Harry 

JACKIE WASNAC Jackie 

JEFFREY PAUL WEBER Jeff 

MARLENE KAY WEBER Marlene 
Distributive Education Club 3,4. 

IRWIN M. WEINBERGER Irwin 
Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2. 

STEPHEN WEINHOLD Stephen 
Aviation Club 3; M.C.C. 4; Science Seminar 2,3. 

CYNTHIA JANE WEISERT Cindy 
F.B.L.A. 4; Student Supply Store 3; Survey 
Business Staff 2. 

CAROL ANN WEISS Carol 
Ad Club 2,3,4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; G.L.C. 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 2. 

MARK GUY WHITCOMB Whitt 
Chess Club 4. 

ROBERT E. WHITE Sun King 

KATHLEEN ANN WHITLINGER Kate 



KENNETH PAUL WILBER Willie 

Golf 3,4; Metal Sculpturing Club 3,4; Panther 
Auto 4. 

GREGORY JAMES WILKER Buster 

MICHALE WiLKKINSON Michale 

KIRK WILLIAM WILL Kirk 

Basketball 2; Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4; 
Outdoor Track 2; Swim Show 4; Vandalism 
Committee 3,4. 

BARBARA ANN WILLERT Barb 

Majorette Club 2,3; M.C.C. 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

JANE J. WILLIAMSON Janey 

Girls Basketball 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Spirits 2,3; Ex- 
ecutive Board 3; Girls Track 3. 
BEVERLY ANN WILSON Bev 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 
DEBORAH ELIZABETH WILSON Debbie 

Cooperative Office Education Club 4. 
GEORGE DAVID WILSON Dave 

Wrestling 2,3. 

JANN MARIE WILSON Jann 

A.F.S. 2m3m4; G.A.A. 2,3; humanities East 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Psychology 
Club 3; Ski Club 4; Student Council 4; Bicycle 
Club 4; Cinema Club 3,4. 

STIRLING JOHN WILSON Stir 

Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Talent Scouts 3,4; 
Hockey Club 3. 

SUZANNE WINTERS Sue 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4; G.A.A. 2,3; G.L. C. 4; I.Q.S. 
3,4; N.H.S. 4; Girls Soccer 2. 
PAUL FREDERICK WIRSCHING Wart 

Baseball 4; Letterman Club 4; Football 2,3,4. 
LINDA SUE WISE Linda 




Ad Club 3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 2,3; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; President 4; Treasurer; I.Q.S. 3; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Ski Club 3,4; Spirits 2,3; Swim Leaders 4; Wai 
Napolo 4. 

LUKE JAMES WISKES Kooky 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 4; 
Letterman Club 2. 

DIANE WITLICKI Diane 

JEFFREY WOLLENSKI Jeff 

DONNA KAY WOODRUFF Donna 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; President 4; Eucuyo 4; Editor 4; 
Humanities East 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4. 
KATHE LYNN WORKMAN Kathe 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Eucuyo 4; G.A.A. 4; Humanities East 
4; I.Q.S. 4; Student Council 4; N.H.S. 4. 
JAMES WRIGHT Jim 

FRANCES ANN WYMAN Fran 



DONNA MARIE YAN Donna 

Friendship Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 3; Spirits 4. 



CYNTHIA L, YANCHAR Yany 

Girls Basketball 3; Cooperative Office Education 

Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Spirits 3,4; Junior Class 

Activities 3; Usher 2. 

EDWARD ANTHONY YENC Edward 

Distributive Education Club 3,4. 

DARLENE FRANCIS YERAY Dar 

Ad Club 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 

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

Club 2,3; Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 2,3; 

Student Council 3. 

TODD MITCHELL YODER Todd 

Indoor Traci< 2,3; Outdoor Track 2,3; Soccer 

2,3,4. 

LOREEN MARIE YOGER Yog 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Friendship Y-Teens 2; 

F.B.L.A. 4; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4. 

MICHELE ANNE YOUNG Micky 

Ad Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; 

Euclidian Business Staff 2,3; Euclidian Editorial 

Staff 4; Eucuyo 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Executive Board 3 

Historian 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; M.C.C. 3 

Mixed Choir 2; N.H.S. 4; Plays 2; Ski Club 2,3,4 

Student Council 3; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 

3,4; Girls Tennis 2. 

ROBERT JOSEPH YOZIPOVICH Zip 

Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4. 

DEBRA ANN YURAS Debbi 

Distributive Education Club 4. 



LINDA ZAKRAJSEK Zak 

F.B.L.A. 3,4; Secretary 4; Spirits 2,3. 
TED P. ZAWOJEK Skates 

Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Soccer 
2,3; Weightlifting Club 4. 

HOLLI ZELMAN Holll 

MARILYN ZGONC Marilyn 

Distributive Education Club 4; Spirits 2,3. 
MICHELLE A. ZIELASKI Micki 

WENDY MARIE ZITNIK Wendy 

Friendship Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 2,3; M.C.C. 2; 
Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 3. 
PHILIP J. ZIVICH Ziv 

Football 3; Golf Club 2,3; Indoor Track 2; N.H.S. 
4; Spirits 4. 

WALTER STANLEY ZMIJEWSKI Walt 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man Club 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 
FRANK ZNIDER Frank 

Football 2; Indoor Track 2. 
LYNN IRENE ZOLA Lynn 

G.A.A. 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski 
Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3; Stamp Club 3; Swim 
Leaders 2,3; Girls Track 2; Wai Napolo 2,3. 

JOHN ANTHONY ZOLLER Dancing Bear 

Choral Masters 4. 

HENRY GEORGE ZOT Henry 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman Club 4. 




CECILIA ZUPANCIC 
G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff 
Spirits 2,3,4. 



Football 4; Ski 



Ceal 
Club 2; 



MARYANN LOUISE ZUPANCIC Maize 

Eucuyo 3,4; Copy Editor 4; F.T.A, 3; I.Q.S. 3,4 
M.C.C. 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Vice-President 4 
N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 3,4; Spectrum 2,3,4 
Vice-President 3; Survey Editorial Staff 2.3,4; Tri- 
Editor 4; Lab Assistant 3. 



MICHAEL WILLIAM ZUPANCIC 



Mike 



SUSAN JO ZURC Sue 

Ad Club 3,4; Big Show 3; G.A.A. 2; Movie Club 2. 




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Faculty Index 



ROBERT GORDON ADDIS, Physical Education. Chairman; Kent 
State University, B S., M.AEd.: Athletic Director, Varsity 
Baseball Coach 

ALVIN AMSTER. Business; Cleveland State University, Case 
Western Reserve University, B,A.. M.A.; Student Supply Store 

JUSTIN JAMES ANTONINI, English; University of Pittsburgh, 
B A . M A.T, Eucoyo Sponsor 

ANTONIA AHACA, Art; Cleveland Institute of Art, Kent State 
University. B.S 

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

RONALD BACKOS, Science; California State College. B S Ed. 
Kent State University. MEd. St. Johns University. University of 
California. Case Western Reserve University 

BETTY S. BADEN. English; Temple University. B A ; Majorette 
Sponsor 

JANE BARBER. Guidance Counselor; Muskingum College. 
A.B . University of Redlands. AM,. Case Western Reserve 
University. A.M., Wittenberg University 

BRENDA K, BARKER. Home Arts. Miami University. BS; 
Friendship Y-Teens Sponsor 

ROBERT BARNER. JR.. Industrial Arts. Kent State University, 
B S.Ed ; Panther Auto Club 

DONNA L. BAUMEISTER. Foreign Language Chairman; Miami 
University. A.B,. University of Colorado. Ohio State University. 
M.S.. University of Munich. Goethe institute. Princeton Univer- 
sity; Ski Club. German Club 

CHARLOTTE BENSUSAN, Business; Boston University. B.S , 
John Carroll University 

ALFRED J BENZ. JR . Foreign Language and English; Hiram 
College. B A. Kent Slate University. MED; Assistant Football 
Coach. Assistant Track Coach 

JERRY L. BERGEM. Assistant Principal; Kent State University. 
B.S.. Case Western Reserve University. MA . Ed D, Senior 
Class Advisor 

JANE BLABOLIL. English; Baldwin-Wallace College. B.A . Ohio 
State University. MA 

GENE F BREARTON. Mathematics; Western Illinois University, 
B.S , Northern Illinois University. Murray State College. Ohio 
State University. MA 

ALAN R BROWN. Business; Kent State University. B S Ed . 
Muskingum College; Assistant Varsity Football Coach 

MARCIA BROWN. Physical Education; Ashland College, 
B.S.Ed..; Wai Napolo Advisor. Girl's Competitive Sv^imming 
Coach 

ROGER W BROWN. Social Studies; Kent State University. 
B.S.Ed . Edinboro Stale College. M Ed . Head Wrestling Coach. 
National Athletic Scholarship Society 

PATRICIA LOUISE BUCK. Physical Education. Otterbein 
College. B.A,. Case Western Reserve University, MA, Bowling 
Green University, University of Oslo; Girl's Varsity Sports 
Sponsor, Girl's Athletic Association 

MICHAEL K. BURNS, Foreign Language; IT.E.S.M.. Capital 
University. A.B Ed . Ohio State University. A.M. Key Club 
Sponsor. ETA Faculty Representative 

JUDY CARMODY. English; Notre Dame College. A.B . Case 
Western Reserve University; Senior Scandal Advisor 

ARLENE CARTER. Physical Education Chairman. Bowling 
Green State University. Case Western Reserve University. 
Miami University. B.S.. MA. 

RONALD E. CHAMBERS. Industrial Arts; Kent State University. 
B.S.. Case Western Reserve University. M.A.; Co-Sponsor 
Foreman's Club 

NANCY M. CLARK. Science; University of Michigan. B.S.. MA,. 
Allegheny College. University of California, Yale University, 
American University 



CARL E, CLEMENTS. Mathematics; Capital University. B.S.. 
Case Western Reserve University. M.S.. Ohio State University. 
Fenn College. Drew University 

JAMES F, CLIFFEL. Mathematics; John Carroll University. 
B.S.Sc. M Ed, 

NORMA COWAN. English; Miami University. B.S.Ed., Wiscon- 
sin State University. Spectrum Sponsor 

ROBERT WALL CRARY. Guidance Counselor; Ohio State 
University. B.A.. B.S-. Case Western Reserve University, M.A,, 
Ph D ; CEC. Awards Director 

TONI M, CREVELING, Physical Education, Wittenberg Univer- 
sity, B.S-Ed , Ohio University, M.S.Ed.. Girl's Field Hockey. 
Gymnastics Club 

NORMA C. CRONE. Social Studies; University of the 
Philippines. Westminster College. B.A,. Case Western Reserve 
University. MA 

DOC DAUGHERTY. Physical Education; Ohio University. 
BS Ed.. Kent State University. John Carroll University. M.A.. 
Spirits Club. Head Basketball Coach. Intramural Director 

L- DALE DAVISON. Mathematics, Michigan State University, 
Ohio University, B.S.Ed , Purdue University. Ohio State Univer- 
sity M Ed,. Future Teachers of Amenca 

WILLIAM L. DeMORA. Social Studies. Ohio State University. 
B.S., Kent State University. ME.. Indiana University, Ohio 
University 

JUDY DERDUL, Science; John Carroll University, A B-, M S.T, 

NATHANIEL H DICKINSON, Social Studies; Kent State Univer- 
sity, B.S Ed , M Ed., Ohio State University. University of 
Montana; Euclidian Business Sponsor 

FORREST H DIEHL. Social Studies; George Washington 
University. Hiram College. B.A,. Kent State University. M.Ed.. 
University of Colorado. Claremont Graduate College. 
Oklahoma University. State University of New York. Ministry of 
Technology 

ALEX DZEROWICZ. American Studies; University of Akron. 
B.A ; Hockey Coach and Sponsor. Assistant Soccer Coach 

JOHN F EICHHORN. Diversified Cooperative Training. Bowling 
Green State University. BS.; Sponsor Vocational Industrial 
Club of America 

JEAN K. FOLEY, Foreign Language; University of Dayton, B.A., 
Case Western Reserve University 

FRANK K. FOWLER, Occupational Education, Adjusted 
Curriculum, Ohio University, Bowling Green State University, 
Ohio State University, B.S Agr , B S,Ed , Occupational Educa- 
tion Club 

AUDREE FOX, Physical Education; Bowling Green State Univer- 
sity, John Carroll University. Girl's Leaders Club Sponsor. 
Varsity Softball. Co-Sponsor GAA 

SHELDON FREEDMAN. Science Chairman; City College of New 
York. B S.. M.A,. Case Western Reserve University. MS.; 
Honors Program Coordinator 

DIANE A. FRITEL. Science; St. Mary's College. B A . Notre 
Dame. John Carroll University, MA 

KATHRYN FRYE, Guidance Counselor; Kent State University, 
B S , John Carroll University, MA. 

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

ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, B,S,Ed., 
Kent State University, ME, 

CLAYTON D GEORGE, Business: Kent Stale University, 
B.S.Ed , MEd . East Carolina College. University of Dayton; 
C.OE Club 

JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts; California College. University 
of Pittsburgh, University of Connecticut, B.S.. Metal Sculpturing 
Club 



MARCY GOODMAN. Home Arts: Ohio University. B.S.H.Ec: 
Friendship Y-Teens 

MARGIE GORSLENE. Mathematics; Western Kentucky State. 
AS.. Ohio State University, M.M.Ed.. Miami University, Univer- 
sity of Cincinnati; Future Teachers Sponsor 



THOMAS N. HALBEDEL. Science; Miami University: Cross- 
country Coach. Assistant Track Coach 

ROBERT L. HALL, English; College of Steubenville. B.A.. Kent 
State University. M.Ed.. Western Carolina University. Creighton 
University. E.P.D.A.; Euclidian Sponsor 

PETER HALUSKA. Guidance Counselor; California State 
College. B.S.. Edinboro State College. M.Ed. 

DALE HARPER. Music Chairman; Cincinnati Conservatory of 
Music. University of Cincinnati. B.S.. Akron University. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.A.; Marching Band. Big Show 

LINDA HARROLD. Social Studies: Grinnell College. A.B., 
Oberlin College, MAT. 

SUE ANN HARRIS. English: Ohio Wesleyan University. B.A., 
Ohio State University, B.Sc. 

MARIE C. HARSHMAN, Business; West Virginia Tech, BS,; Ski 
Club 

JESSAMINE HAZEL, Head Librarian; Oberlin College. B.A.. 
Western Reserve University. MLS. 

GERALD W- HENDERSON. English; Bowling Green State 
University. BS.Ed . M.Ed, 

RAYMOND HIVELY. Foreign Language. Social Studies; Rio 
Grande College. Ohio State University, Franklin University. 
Colorado University. Colorado State University. Otterbein. B A.. 
MA, 

THOMAS E HOFFART. Occupational Work Experience. In- 
dustrial Arts. John Carroll University. B.S S . Kent State 
University. M.Ed. 

FRANK HOFFERT. Social Studies Chairman: Case Western 
Reserve University. A.B.. MA.. Institute of Rome of the Society 
of Dante Allghieri. Williams College. Cleveland State University: 
Humanities East 

HAROLD J. HOMMEL, Industrial Arts; US.M.M.A., Ohio Univer- 
sity. B.S.I. T. 

RICHARD HUNGERFORD. Industrial Arts: Hiram College, B.A.. 
Oberlin College. Kent State University. B.S,. MEd 

FRED JOHNS. Assistant Principal; Case Western Reserve 
University. B.S.. MA. Kent State University. Ohio State 
University; Senior Banquet Advisor. Superviscr Extra- 
curricular Programs 

JANIS LYN JORDAN. English. Speech; Ohio University. B.F.A.; 
Speech Team 

ALBERT JUDGE. Science: Kent State University. Kenyon 
University. University of Florida. Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity. B S . M.S.. M.Ed.. Science Seminar. Assistant Basketball 
Coach 

MILTON KADLEC. Industrial Arts; Illinois State University. 
B.S.Ed; Golf Club Sponsor 

MEI KAMINEK. Foreign Language: Kent State University. B.S., 
M.A. 

JAMES J- KELLY. Social Studies; Xavler University. Ohio 
University 

RACHELLE KORLAND. English: Ohio State University. B.S. 

RUTH KRUP. Guidance Counselor; Akron University. B.S.. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.A. 

MARY ANN KUHAR. Social Studies: John Carroll University. 
A.B ; Cheerleader Sponsor 

BONNIE LAKO. Home Arts: Miami University. B.S.Ed.: Pink 
Panthers Sponsor 

JANE EVELYN LELLIS. English. Westminster College. B.A.. 
Kent State University. M.Ed. 

KATHERINE MARY LESCH. Special Education English and 
Social Studies; Notre Dame College. B.A.: Work Occupation 
Club 

ELAINE M. LOKAR. Home Arts Chairman: Ohio State 
University. B.S.; Vocational Education 

KENNETH S. LONG. Automotlves: Ohio State University, 
B.S.Ed. 

KENNETH LOWE. English: Ohio University. B.S. 



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MICHAEL ANDREW LOWER. Science; Ohio State University. 
Ohio Dominican College. Kent Slate University. University of 
Texas. B.S.Ed. 

MARGARET J. LUCAS. Librarian; Cleveland State University. 
B.A., Case Western Reserve University, M.S.. L.S. 

MARILYN D. LUCAS. Science; Lake Erie College, A.B.. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.S., Co-Sponsor Science 
Seminar 

WILLIAM M. McGUINNESS. English; Case Western Reserve 
University. B.A.. M.A. 

EARL E. McNEILLY, Social Studies. Kent State University, B.S., 
M.Ed.. Case Western Reserve; American Field Service Sponsor 

MARC MANBURG. Business; Ohio University. B.B.A.. B.S.Ed; 
Student Council 

DONALD E. MARTIN, Division Dean; Kent State University. 
B.S.Ed.. M.A.Ed. 

EMBERT MARTIN, industrial Arts; Iowa Slate University, B.S.. 
Kent State University. M.Ed. 

WILLIAM H. MEDVICK. Division Dean. Caiilornia State College. 
B.S.. Case Western Reserve University. M.A. 

EDMUND MIZE. Business; Ohio State University. Kent State 
University. Ohio University. B.S.; Survey Business Staff Advisor 

PHYLLIS MODlE. Guidance Counselor; Muskingum College, 
B.A.; John Carroll University. M.A.. Junior Class Advisor 

DONALD R. MOHR. Physical Education; Bowling Green State. 
Case Western Reserve. M.A., Baldwin-Wallace College. B A.. 
Faculty Manager of Athletics. AD Club Sponsor 

FRANK MULARO. English; Ohio University. B.A.; Drama Coach 

PATRICIA MURRISH. Home Arts; California State College at 
Los Angeles. B.A.. University of North Carolina 

JOSEPH C. MUSCARELIA. Science; Bowling Green State 
University. B.S,. Cleveland State University. M.S.; Cinema Club 

SUZANNE NELSON. English; Baldwin-Wallace College. B.A., 
Case Western Reserve University, St. Mary's College; Aviation 
Club Sponsor 

DAVID NICHTING. Guidance Counselor; John Carroll Unlverslt- 
y. B.S.. M.A, 

HERBERT NOLO. Industrial Arts; Ohio University. B.S.Ed.. 
Bowling Green State University. M.Ed.. Kent State University. 
Tennis Coach. Foreman Club. Football Photographer 

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

ADAM PAWLOWSKl. Mathematics; Ohio State UnK/erslty. B.S,. 
Case Western Reserve University. M.A., Chess Club Sponsor 

ELIZABETH PERKINS. English; College ot Steubenvlile. B.A.. 
Kent State University. Reading Lab. Spirits Club Sponsor 

ROBERT J. PETROVIC, English; John Carroll University, A.B. 

JOHN VERN PINKERTON. Industrial Arts; Kent State University. 
Wrestling Coach 

MARSHA R. PORTARO. English; Ohio University. B.A. 

RONALD POWASKI. Social Studies. John Carroll University. 
B.A.. M.A-. Case Western Reserve University; Chess Club, 
Astronomy Club 

FRANK S. PRINGLE, English; St. Bonaventure University. B.A.. 
Bucknell University. John Carroll University. Case Western 
Reserve University. Kent State University. Towson State Univer- 
sity; Golf Club Sponsor 

RICHARD RACKOVAN. Mathematics; Highland University. 
M.N.S.. Dickinson College. Mlilersvllle State College. B.S.Ed.. 
Georgetown University. Oklahoma University. Baldwin-Wallace 
College; Computer Club 

MICHAEL RAICEVICH. Social Studies; Wilmington College. 
Ohio State University. B.S.Ed.. M.Ed ; Golf Coach 

ROBERT RICHARD RAMLOW. Science; Bowling Green State 



University, B.S.. M.A.; Track Coach. 500 Mile Club 

JOSEPH VINCENT REGANO. Business; Ohio State University. 
B.S.D.E.; F.B.L.A. Sponsor 

SANDRA LYNN REGANO. Business; Kent State University. 
B.S.Ed.; F.B.L.A. Sponsor 

HOWARD REMINICK. Physical Education; University of Toledo. 
B.Ed.. Case Western Reserve University. M.A,. Springfield 
College 

CHARLES J. RENO. Mathematics and Science; Edinboro Slate 
College. B.S., Harvard University. Ed.M; Radio Club. Computer 
Co-ordlnator. Advanced Placement Co-ordlnator 

MARY KAY REPICKY, English; Cleveland State University. Ohio 
University. A.B. 

VICTOR J. RESCH. Physical Education; Miami University. 
University of Miami (Fia.), B.S. Ed.. Intramurais 

DONALD D, RINKES. Mathematics. Muskingum. B.S. Kent 
State University. M.Ed.. West Virginia University. West Liberty 
State College. Ohio State University. University of Indiana. 
University of Hawaii, Cleveland State University, Case Western 
Reserve University; Camera Club, AV Club Sponsor 

LEONARD E- ROBUCK, Speech. Western Reserve Unrversity. 
B.A.. M.A,; Talent Scouts Director. Winter Play Director. 
Director of Forensics 

JOSEPH RODRIQUEZ. Science; Ohio University, B.S. Ec, 
Assistant Tennis Coach, Varsity Swim Coach 

CHESTER R. ROJECK. Physical Education; Ohio University. 
B.S.Ed.. Case Western Reserve University. MS. Ed.. Head 
Football Coach. Athletic Conditioning Club 

RICHARD ROSE. Mathematics; Ohio University. B.S.Ed.. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.Ed.. M.S.M.T . Computer Club 
Sponsor 

MARCIA ROSNECK. Business; Wittenburg University. B.A,. 
FBLA Sponsor 

RICHARD R. SAK. Science. Lakeland Community College. Kent 
State University; Assistant Swimming Coach 

FREDERICK F. SALLACH. Mathematics; Ohio University. 
B.S.Ed., John Carroll University, M.A.. Kent State University. 
Bowling Green State University 

GREGORY LEE SATTLER. Business; Ohio University. B S Ed ; 
Head Soccer Coach 

CHARLES B. SAWYER. Business Chairman; Kent State Univer- 
sity. B.S.Ed.. M Ed-. Dayton University. Hamilton College. 
Cleveland State University 

DAVID M. SCHONAUER. Social Studies; Ohio University. B S ; 
Assistant Football Coach. Assistant Wrestling Coach 

JOHN SCHROEDER. Social Studies. Ohio University. B S Ed . 
Junior Varsity Basketball Coach 

MARGARET K. ZIMMERMAN SCHULTZ. Foreign Language; 
Moravian College. Middtebury College. Muhlenberg College. 
Columbia University. University of Tennessee. University of 
Rennes. Sorbonne 

WALTER SCHWEGLER. Principal. Baldwin-Wallace 
College. A. B.. Case Western Reserve University. MA 

RONALD D. SEYMOUR. Business. Defiance College. B S . Ohio 
University. M.E.; Junior Varsity Football Coach. Assistant 
Baseball Coach. Letterman Club Sponsor 

RALPH R. SIBERT. Distributive Education Co-Ordinator. Fenn 
College. B.S.. Kent State University. BSE.. Case Western 
Reserve University. M.A.; D.E.C.A. Advisor 

JUDITH A. SIMONICH. Foreign Language; Sorbonne. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.A.. Grove City College. A.B 

GRANVILLE B. SMITH. English; Indiana Stale University. 
B.S-Ed , Penn Stale University. M.A.; Survey Editorial Advisor. 
International Quill and Scroll 

RUTH B. SMITH. Division Dean; Flora Stone Mather. AB.. Case 
Western Reserve University. M.A.. Kent State University. Akron 
University 



WAYNE SMITH. Social Studies. Muskingum. B A.. Kent Slate 
University. Cleveland State University. Boston University. John 
Carroll University; Youth Council on Human Relations 

FRANK SOLTESZ. JR.. Science; Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity. Cleveland State University. B S.. John Carroll University; 
Kids for Earth Sponsor 

HELEN MARIE SOPKO. Spanish. English; Akron University. 
B.A.Ed. 

MERWIN R STAINES. Counselor; New York Slate University. 
B.S . Muhlenberg College. University of Colorado M Ed . Kent 
Stale University; Audio Aids Club Sponsor 

WILLIAM STARR. Science; Indiana Stale University. Penn State 
University. M.Ed.. Ohio State University 

DONALD STEINBRINK. Science; Ohio Stale University. 
BS Agr.. B S.Ed. 

JOHN O. SUPANCE. induslriai Arts; Ohio University. B.S., 
Stevens Point Teachers College. Kent State University, M.E.; 
Chairman Safely Committee. Golf Club 

SAM W TAYLOR. Music. High Point College. B S.. 
Northwestern University. MMus. Spring Musical 

DALE W. THOMPSON. Mathematics. Washington and Jeffer- 
son University. Butler University. Northwestern University. 
Muskingum College 

DOROTHY TOMBAUGH. Science. Alfred University. B.S.. 
Miami University. Siena Heights College. MAT,. Science Pro- 
iects Sponsor 

JACQUELINE TOTH. Mathematics; Indiana University. B S 

FRANK J, TROGLIA. Division Dean; Ohio Stale University. 
B.Sci . Case Western Reserve University 

MARGARET UHRY. Mathematics; Notre Dame College. B S.. 
John Carroll University. University of Wisconsin. Fenn College. 
Cleveland Stale University. MA 

DOROTHY URBANCIC. English. Cleveland Slate Universily. 
B.A 

FRED VOLLMAN. Arl. induslriai Arts. Cleveland inslilute of Art. 
BS.Ed. Case Western Reserve Universily. MA. Kenl State 
University; Eucuyo Advisor 

WILLIAM DAVID VON BENKEN. Science; Hiram College. B A.. 
Case Weslern Reserve Universily. M.S.. Bicycle Club. Ski Club 

ELIZABETH WASELKOV. Librarian; College of Wooster, B.A., 
Case Weslern Reserve Universily. M.S L S 

LEONARD A. WEISENBERG. Social Sludles. University of 
Missouri. B.A.. John Carroll Universily. MA. Case Western 
Reserve Universily; Jr. Council on World Affairs 

GAYE WHIELDON. Physical Education, Ashland College. B.S.. 
Kent State University. MEd.. Wal Napolo. Girl's Swim Leaders. 
Varsity Volleyball Team 

MARY WHITE. Social Sludles; Ursuiine College. B.A.. John 
Carroll University; Majorette Sponsor 

KAREN WIATRAK. English. Journalism; Indiana University of 
Pennsylvania. B S.Ed . West Virginia University 

ELEANOR L. WIEGAND. Business. Berea College, A.B . Kent 
Slate University. MA; C O E Advisory Committee 

DIANE WIERSBA. Art; School of the Art institute of Chicago. 
B.A.E.. Indiana University. MAT. 

JIM WILKENS. Assistant Principal. Bowling Green State Univer- 
sity. B S-Ed.. MA; National Honor Society 

CAROL L. WILLIAMS. Business Coordinator. Cooperative Of- 
fice Education; Villa Maria B.S.. Case Western Reserve. Kent 
Slate Universily. Indiana University. B.S.; COE Club 

ROBERT E YOCUM. Counselor. Kent State University. BS.. 
John Carroll Universily.M A T. 

RICHARD C ZAWACK. Social Studies; Bowling Green State 
University. B.S.. Cross Country. Outdoor Track 



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22701 SHORE CENTER DR. 



[SUPERIDB SAVINGS 




SUPERIOR SAVINGS 

Established 1909 Home Loans — 
Insured Savings 



798 East 185th St. 13515 Euclid Ave. 6721 Superior Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44119 East Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 

481-8552 




MODERN DEB 

22822 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 
732-9299 



Advertising/277 




CENTER 

BEVERAGE 

DELICATESSEN 



22362 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-9473 



Compliments of 



LATOUR 
OLDSMOBILE 

INC. 



25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 




ED WANK 

TELEVISION 

SERVICE 



333 E. 200 ST. 
531-1222 



278/Advertising 



KNIFIC INSURANCE SERVICE, INC 



Serving Euclid for Over 20 Years 



820 East 185th St. 481-7540 



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BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP, INC. 



20980 St. Clair Ave. 481-4333 



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For Dependable 

Professional Service 

call the 

Mark-E-Teers 

Of Service 






Lou Segreto 



THE MARK REALTY 



888 E. 222 EUCLID, OHIO 
731-1377 




KWIK PRINT INC. 



DUPLICATING SERVICE 
Short Run Offset Specialists 

401 E. 200 St. Euclid, Ohio 44119 

486-3700 John A. Kleinhenz 



Advertising/283 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

GOOD LUCK 

TO THE 

CLASS OF '72 



NON-FERROUS 

METALS 

FABRICATING COMPANY 



21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 441 17 

531-3585 



284/Advertising 




STANDARD GLOVE 



23520 St. Clair Ave. 
486-6500 



SIMS BROS. BUICK 



BUICK OPEL DEALER 
USED CARS 



21601 Euclid Ave. 



481-8800 



EUCLID HIGH 
KEY CLUB 




DEDICATED TO SERVICE 
FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 




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RUTH MAREE'S GIFT HUT 



22468 Shore Center Dr. 
261-6626 



Advertising/285 



With Every Good Wish to the Class of 1972 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Mayor 

Judge, Municipal Court 
Law Director 
Administrative Director 
Finance Director 
Public Service Director 
President of Council 
1st Ward Councilman 
2nd Ward Councilman 
3rd Ward Councilman 
4th Ward Councilman 



Horry J. Knuth 
Robert F. Niccum 
Robert Debevec 
Anthony J. Sustarsic 
Arthur B. Davis 
Anthony J. Giunta 
Michael Kosmetos 
Edv/ord Mikovich 
Harry L. Burkhort 
Frank Tackocs 
Frederick J. Simonelli 



Councilmen-at- Large 
Frank J, Chukayne 
Joy W. Collins 
William L. DeMora 
Joseph E. Whalen 



Chief of Police 
Frank W. Payne 



Fire Chief 
George R. Longa 




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F.T.A. HELPS YOU HELP OTHERS 




MOVIE CLUB 



GOOD LUCK 

»o the 

CLASS OF '72 

Euclidian 



Advertising/287 



THE EUCLIDIAN YEARBOOK ADVERTISING INDEX 




NAME 


PAGE NUMBER 


NAME 


PAGE NUMBER 


Aladdin Carpet & Furniture Cleaning Co. 


271 


La Tour Oldsmobile, inc. 


278 


Alvin's Jewelers 


272 


Louis Hoirdresser 


265 


Bob Anderson Realty 


272 


The Lubrizoi Corporation 


269 


Bette Kay Fashions 


275 


Man-Gill Chemical Company 


262 


Big Bouquet Flower & Gift Shoppe 


270 


Ruth Maree's Gift Hut 


285 


Bill's Shell Service 


265 


Mario's Flowers 


261 


Ted Brock and Son, Jewelers 


274 


Mario's Pizza 


263 


Carroll's 


261 


Mark Hairdressers 


269 


Center Beverage Delicatessen 


278 


Mark Reolty 


283 


Chase Brass & Copper Co., Inc. 


271 


Mary Joyne Shoppe 


268 


The Colonial Homestead 


264 


Masco Machine, Inc. 


262 


The Continental Products Company 


263 


Modern Deb 


277 


Convenient Food Mori 


268 


Movie Club 


287 


Convenient Food Mart 


262 


Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. 


284 


Cuyahoga Electric Construction, Inc. 


271 


Open Pantry Food Mart 


267 


Euclid Blue Print & Supply 


265 


"Bill" Papp's Body Shop, Inc. 


283 


Euclidian Beauty College 


274 


Al Paul Cor Wash 


277 


Euclid City Officials 


286 


Pressure Castings Inc. 


266 


Euclidian Business Staff 


287 


Raimor Studios 


260 


Euclid, Inc. 


261 


Reliance Electric Company 


268 


Euclid Race Dairy 


269 


Richmond Restaurant 


263 


Europo Travel Service 


267 


Rush Sons Honing and Grinding 


275 


E & W Services 


272 


St. Clair Savings Association 


275 


Friedman's Jewelers 


277 


Saxon Fancy Meats 


265 


Future Teachers of America 


287 


Second Federal Savings & Loon Association 


264 


Gornik's Mens Wear 


272 


Francis J. Sherman 


263 


Hudson Pharmacy 


264 


Sims Bros. Buick, Inc. 


285 


Jackshaw Chevrolet, Inc. 


267 


Stokich Furniture, Inc. 


282 


Jerry's Shell Service 


262 


Standard Glove 


285 


J & J Sunoco 


274 


Student Council 


280-281 


Frank J. Jochum 


268 


Student Supply Store 


276 


Key Club 


285 


Superior Savings 


277 


K.L.I. Inc. 


267 


Vossar Heolth Foods 


275 


Knific Insurance Service 


279 


Woi Napolo 


273 


Kwik Print, Inc. 


283 


Ed Wank Television Service 


278 




288/Advertlsing 



PATRONS 



Ambassador Euclid Lanes 
22661 Euclid Ave. 
486-3200 



Mr. "C" Pizza 
421 E. 200 St. 



Compliments of 
Crobaugh Funeral Home 
22595 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Dr. & Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Decker Appliance Service 
445 E. 200 St. 
486-7200 



Beachland Pharmacy 
20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-0631 



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Euclid Fish Co. 
651 E. 185 St. 
531-6448 



Good Luck 
Bill Clothes 
4 Stores 



Euclid Office Supply & Printing Co. 

756 E. 222 St. 

531-5311 



Bing's Suburbia Furniture 
22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-0800 



Euclid Poultry 
549 E. 185 St. 
531-8187 



Boulevard Radio & T.V. Service 

906 E. 222 St. 

731-7863 



Chesterfield Steel Service Co. 
1220 E. 222nd St. 
IV 1-6600 



Euclid Sunoco Service 
470 E. 200 St. 
531-9695 



R. B. Broglio, D.D.S. 



Colonial Pharmacy 
27579 Euclid Avenue 
731-6110 



Advertising/289 




Euclid Window Shade Co. 
505 E. 185 St. 
531-4343 



Gary J. Guttmann, D.D.S. 
25701 N. Lakeland Boulevard 
731-1000 



Lakeland Medical Arts Pharmacy 
25701 N. Lakeland Blvd. 
261-7171 



Lake Shore Leader Drug 
22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7474 



Dr. Hovs^ard G. Leininger 



Dr. & Mrs. Grafton Fanney, Jr., M.D. 



Dr. & Mrs. Robert Fisher 
25600 Breckenridge Drive 
481-0008 



Herb Fitzgerald 
635 E. 185 St. 
531-1313 



Flickinger Inc. 
939 E. 222 St. 
731-7100 



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Freeway Sporting Goods 
22570 Lake Shore 
261 8329 



J. C. Homer 
528 E. 200 St. 
731-8826 



Jost Tool Co. 
1066 E. 222 St. 
531-1473 



Ronald E. Kacor, Insurance 
652 E. 185 St. 
531-9300 



Kollander Travel 
589 E. 185 St. 
531-1082 



Dr. & Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 
21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



Lesser & Lesser Firestone 
727 E. 185th St. 
531-7443 



Mike's Delicatessen 
18523 Euclid Ave. 
486-8380 



Don Miller's Sohio 
810 E. 222nd St. 
731-9847 



Molnor's Dairy Queen 
435 E. 200 St. 
486-0929 



Rosario Montagno, M.D. 
401 S. Green 
848 E. 1 85 St. 
481-3900 



290/Advertising 



Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Morabito 



Precision Optical Co. 
22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



Netschke & Assoc. Inc. 
1408 E. 222 St. 
531-3670 



C. J. Prusinski, D.O. 
25701 N. Lakeland Blvd. 
731-6460 




Ohio Honing & Hyd. Co. 
23800 St. Clair Avenue 
731-5700 



Paul's Barber Shop 
687 E. 185 St. 
531-8417 



Real Hardware 
740 E. 185 St. 
481-3300 



Dr. & Mrs. Allan A. Rolfe 




Sterlings Plastics School Supplies 

924 E. 222 St. 

261-3355 



Perry Drug 
695 E. 185 St. 
531-7777 



Ski-Way Mach. Prods. Co. 
24460 Lakeland Blvd. 
732-9000 



Taylor's Bi Rite 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 

261-6960 



Petric's Barber Shop 
783 E. 185 St. 
481-3465 



Sodja Music 
880 E. 185 St. 
531-2431 



Tehtco 

1408 E. 222nd 

481-8444 





Dr. & Mrs. Harry Wise, Jr. 
1875 E. 225 St. 



"C" Ziechmann's Wildwood 
Floral & Gift Shop 
20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 
486-5100 



Advertising/291 






Accomplishing the goal to produce an imaginative yearbook requires 
the loyalty special talents, and extra time of all staff members. Cooperation 
from everyone in the school is also very essential. Thanks to the students, 
clubs coaches, faculty, and all with whom we scheduled pictures for their 
patience, especially when conflicting situations arose causing the pictures 
to be re-taken. ^ ^ » . .u 

Congratulations to those of the staff who cared enough to put in the 
great amount of work and time into their special contributions to the book 
We experienced many different moments together, some happy and funny 
mixed with some confusing and worried times, but finally our deadlines were 
met before the post office closed at 5 o'clock. It's amazing how many hours 
we spent on this book after school and on weekends and the amount of 
Carroll's hamburgers and cokes we consumed during this time. Being one of 
the seven editors means added responsibilities along with more frustrations 
We really needed the organization, and the ability of a great worker, our 
Editor-in-Chief, Sue Winters, to keep us moving through the year to get our 
assignments done on time. Anyone acquainted with her this past year knows 
how devoted she was to this book We also appreciate the help of the 
Business Staff and our two sponsors 

Now that you have the finished product, the '72 Euclidian, I hope you will 
take the time to read the copy, laugh at the captions, recall events from 
glancing at the many pictures, fulfilling the purpose of a yearbook! 

Sincerely, 
Grace Hommel 
Assistant Editor 



GROWTH was a common word in the Euclidian 
office this year; especially we who compiled the book 
have grown, not only in knowledge but also in the 
understanding of people and relationships. There are 
no words to express the feelings and thanks which go 
to you, the editors, Grace, Janie, Nancy, Scott, and 
Amie. For us the book says it all. With each page a 
moment is remembered: a laugh, a scream or perhaps 
even an outburst of tears. My special thanks go to all 
those who dedicated their time and patience to the 
making of this book, and to Ed Purnell for helping me 
keep my sanity. To this year's Juniors on the staff, I can 
only say that I wish you the best of luck for next year. 

Miraculously, in spite of lost pictures, retyped 
copies, torn layouts, and late ID's, this yearbook has 
become a reality. The efforts of Mr, Dickinson and the 
Business Staff in procuring financial support are great- 
ly appreciated. We could never have produced a book 
at all, were it not for the help and understanding of Mr. 
Morrie Levine of Raimor Studios and our represen- 
tative, Mr. Bert Coburn of Inter-Collegiate Press. 
Special thanks go to Mr. Robert Hall, our advisor, for 
his patience with our spelling and grammar mistakes. 

Now, as I present this 1972 Euclidian to the 
student body of Euclid High, I admit there were times 
when I seriously doubted the validity of having a 
yearbook. However, it has already proved worthwhile 
for me and I hope that you are well pleased with it. 



Shalom, 








Sue Winters 








Editor-in-Chief 








Sue Winters 


Editor-in-Chief 


Amie Baiale 


Senior Editor 


Grace Hommel 


Assistant Editor 


Carmen Edelbergs . . . 


. . . Identification Editor 


Tony Gafarelli 


Scheduling 


Janette Barbish 


Identification 


Cathy Fasham 


Scheduling 


Marcy Cowan 


Identification 


Loreen Yoger 


Scheduling 


Sue Edelman 


Identification 


Nancy EIze 


Art Editor 


Joanne Kuebler 


Identification 


Carol DiBiasio 


Art 


Alice Taylor 


Identification 


Terri Kaston 


Art 


Scott Somers 


. Head Photographer 


Pat Lawrence 


Art 


Bill Frank 


Photographer 


Karen Sylte 


Art 


Dianna Karol 


Photographer 


Michele Young 


Art 


Pete Lundskow 


Photographer 


Janie Cowan 


. . . Copy Editor 


Sue Laufer . 


Photographer 


Katliy Balistern 


Copy 


Steve McBiide 


Photographer 


Barb Brennen . . 


Copy 


Todd Rohrer 


Photographer 


Tracy Cox 


Copy 


Mr. Robert Hall 


Advisor 


Jan Kasteiic 


Copy 


Ptioto Credits 


Marianne Boczek 


Cathy Kenil< 


Copy 




Bill Edgar 


Chris Shaw . . 


Copy 




Craig McGill 
Johir Paul 





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