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EUCLiD PUBUC LIBRARY ' 
631 EAST 222ND STRErT ' 
EUCLID, OH 44123 




Euclidian 

1975 
Vol. XXVI 



Euclid Senior High School 



711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 



People in 
Motion 




UNDERCLASS 




2/Contents 




Contents/3 



To everything there is a season, and a 
time to every purpose under the 
heaven: 

A time to be born, and a time to die; a 
time to plant, and a time to pluck up 
that which is planted; 

A time to kill, and a time to heal; a 
time to break down, and a time to 
build up; 

A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a 
time to mourn, and a time to dance; 

A time to cast away stones, and a 
time to gather stones together; a time 
to embrace, and a time to refrain 
from embracing; 

A time to get, and a time to lose; a 
time to keep, and a time to cast away; 

A time to rend, and a time to sew; a 
time to keep silence, and a time to 
speak; 

A time to love, and a time to hate; a 
time of war, and a time of peace. 

Ecclesiastes III: 2-8 



From the beginning of time man has 
realized that life goes on, and that 
MOTION will not stop. There is a 
time and a place for everything, and 
it is every man's duty to conform to 
the surroundings which man and 
nature provide. 




4Antroduction 




Introduction/5 



Like a flame, today's youth all share 
in the same daily routines. Then as 
time advances, each individual 
creates his own specialized MOTION 
to which he fits his own personal 
needs. The MOTION of each in- 
dividual spreads like the advancing 
flame engulfing everything that 
stands in the way of that person's 
strive for success. MOTION is an im- 
portant part of everyone, for you are 
molded by your past MOTIONS and 
experiences. Without the constant 
MOTION of today's youth, whether 
calm or chaotic, the future of our 
society would reach a standstill; for if 
the minds of the youth of a society 
stop, progress, culture, and in- 
dividual growth would also stop, leav- 
ing the world to decay. You are im- 
portant, you belong, no one before or 
after you is quite like you; the world 
needs what you have to offer to the 
development of universal MOTION. 




6/Introductinn 




Introduction/7 



Totally still, the world has stopped, 
never to start again; a world without 
MOTION cannot possibly be conceiv- 
ed. Life rampages at a tremendous 
speed that never seems to leave 
enough time for all that needs to be 
done. Man has adjusted to this speed 
and lives quite comfortably through 
his progress. With our generation fac- 
ing an age that is computerized, 
ultra-sonic, and jet propelled, our 
duty is to prepare ourselves for this 
MOTION. The responsibility is ours, 
and we must meet the needs of the 
growing, exciting, and often deman- 
ding world that awaits us. 

Each person has a special purpose 
and we must realize that no job is too 
minute or unimportant. Euclid's 
diverse educational programs have 
started to prepare each of us for the 
career that awaits us; we must move 
with the times and realize that each 
of us is an important partof the work- 
ing machine of life. As the gears 
grind, we must realize that the 
MOTION of the machine must not 
stop, for if it does our generation's job 
will not be finished. 




8/Introduction 




Introduction/9 




10/Introduction 




Entering THE SEA OF MOTION at 
Euclid Senior High School as a 
sophomore is chaotic and confusing. 
Havoc strikes the lives of many 
sophomores, but soon all is well and 
you are engulfed into the spirit of 
Euclid High School. Time quickly 
passes and now you enter school in 
September as a junior, surefooted and 
fully aware of THE REGULAR 
MOTION of a day at Euclid. Being a 
junior and being sandwiched in the 
middle of a large school is uncomfor- 
table and you strive to reach the top. 
As you look back on your sophomore 
and junior years, you realize that 
THE MOTION taking place at 
Euclid High School is comparatively 
slow to that which comes after 
graduation. What now — a job, more 
school — whatever the choice, THE 
MOTION OF LIFE will not stop to 
let you ponder the thought for very 
long. Even as a sophomore and a 
junior ideas start to mount for the 
future and the experiences gained at 
Euclid can only help in making the 
proper decision for A FUTURE OF 
MOTION in a world totally unlike 
the microcosm of Euclid High School. 



Introduction/U 




12/Introduction 




The MOTION of youth takes many 
forms, LOVE . . . HATE . . . 
INDIFFERENCE . . . JOY . . . 
SORROW . . . APATHY. A line can- 
not be drawn separating feehngs and 
emotions. Often confusion strikes, 
and, for a moment, we are scared. 
Without any realization we again feel 
safe within a very short time. Because 
we feel secure at Euclid High School, 
we let down the invisible barriers of 
fear and enstrangement and meet 
people, make friends, and become a 
part of the body of MOTION that is 
Euclid. Through our involvement in 
the activities offered through school, 
we strive to become well rounded in- 
dividuals academically and socially 
and soon realize how necessary other 
people are to our own individual mo- 
tion. Often we take for granted all the 
people who care about us, and work 
with us, so that we may become 
stronger in character both physically 
and mentally. Only a short time from 
now, we will look back at our high 
school days and realize some of the 
best times we have had were spent 
within the walls of Euclid High 
School. 



Introduction/13 




14/Introduction 




During a lifetime one experiences 
physical and psychological motion. 
Each day one faces "People in 
Motion" whether he is aware of it or 
not. One is always in motion, either 
physical or psychological. This mo- 
tion can be the daily routine of school, 
or the constant changes in one's mind 
about his future goals, or the myriad 
changes of ideas from one class to 
another, one moment to the next. Our 
whole life is a series of motions from 
the crawling infant to the learning 
adult of today, moving toward 
tomorrow's leaders of a community 
and world, of a state and universe. 
Yet, our physical motions are very 
important to our futures, too; for ex- 
ample, the athlete's motions of the 
body must be co-ordinated to do the 
specific skills of a sport. Thus he com- 
bines the physical with the mental 
motions to be always in top condition. 
The business student must exercise 
not only his fingers for the correspon- 
ding functions of the buttons or keys, 
but he must exercise the mind to 
know how to handle the many func- 
tions and problems of the moving 
business world. Still another, the 
academic student, from which comes 
the doctors, lawyers, ministers, and 
educators, moves methodically 
through research, formulas, and 
ideas. 

The psychological motion of keeping 
facts straight and being able to act 
rationally in emergencies can save, 
not only one's life, but also a nation's 
worth, and perhaps avoid past mis- 
takes. Every day we are on motion in 
motion to form our futures. Even 
though each day offers a new begin- 
ning, those yesterdays add up to help 
form tomorrow's fates and successes. 
To move is to advance, and Euclid's 
seniors are on the march. 



Introduction/15 





16/Seniors 




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The senior year finds the Class of 
"75" constantly in motion. Motion in- 
volving the daily routines of 
classroom procedures, leading to the 
extracurricular activities which are 
the high-lights of the typical senior 
year. Getting involved plays an im- 
portant part in helping to achieve a 
better class. Group participation is a 
must in order to make Powder Puff 
Football, Senior Talent Night, Senior 
Breakfast and Senior Prom an out- 
standing success. 

As the senior's days at Euclid draw to 
a close anticipation seems to fill the 
air and thoughts of future endeavors 
are common. Plans are made and oc- 
cupations discovered in the adult 
world. For many, more education lies 
ahead while trying to achieve a pur- 
pose in life. 

. . . and the Senior, constantly in 
motion, awaits a successful future. 






We have lived the past twelve years in 
the halls and the rooms of schools. 
For many of us, it is all we know. 
School is where our friends are. 
School is our fortress — our protection 
from the outside world. For the past 
twelve years, we have lived a life 
singular purpose; the environment 
around us has remained relatively the 
same. Now we are seniors. After com- 
mencement our high school years will 
be only memories. 

Exposed to the outside world, we will 
learn to adjust to the everyday 
routines found in the adult society. 
Keeping constantly in Motion will 
prove to be a key concept in the 
success of our futures. 



19/Seniors 



Good 




Jacquelyn Abbott 
Brian Abranczyk 
Linda Adel 



Margaret Aleksic 
Robert Amato 
Eric Ambler 



Timothy Anderson 
Daina Andrews 
James Andrews 



20/Seniors 



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Ruth Aplin 
Thomas Arko 
John Arnold 



Robert Arnold 
David Arter 
James Artim 



Michelle Artzner 
Paula Arvay 
Jacquelyn Attood 




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Fred Ausflug 
Ulrich Austin 



22/Seniors 



Allen Burke 


Janice Barelich 


Susan Baker 


Judith Baris 


Maryann Baldassarre 


Deborah Barresi 


Peg Baldassarre 


Mary Bartel 


Laurajean Barbato 


Michael Basilone 




Seniors/23 




Susanne Beni 
Bruce Bennett 



Donald Bennett 
Pamela Berardinelli 



Jane Bergman 
Robert Berish 



24/Seniors 




Robert Bevacqua 
Valerie Bible 
Michael Blankenship 
Deborah Blevins 
Craig Blewitt 



Seniors/25 




Dale Booms 
Michael Bordonaro 
Faye Bork 
Linda Bork 



James Bores 
Amy Bosco 
Lea Beth Botteicher 
Susan Bour 



David Boyd 
Laura Boyd 
Gloria Bozak 
Mark Bradac 



Frances Branisel 
Joy Branzel 
Robert Brass 
John Braun 



Deborah Brichun 
Valerie Breeze 
John Brekalo 
Mary Brigdon 



26/Senior8 




Cynthia Buccilli 
Phillip Bucco 




Stacey Brizes 
Linda Brochak 
Petra Brocone 



Donald Broge 
Floanne Brown 
Ken Brown 



Senior/27 




William Buckman 
Cvnthia Bugos 
Timothy Bulick 

Strok comes in for a landing. 



James Lee Bunting 
Robert Bures 
John Burjak 



Kevin Busdiecker 
Candace Buzanski 
Anita Cafarelli 





KIDNAPPED! 



What do you mean, you 




28/Senior 




ant your ring back? 





Brian Campbell 
Richard Calabrace 



Susan Campbell 
Sharon Callahan 



Linda Cain 
Joan Cameron 




Senior/29 




Merry Christmas, Tim! 

Sorry to tell you this Sherry, but that wasn t redlK thocolate. 





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Hubbard Capes 
Carolyn Caresani 
Lori Carnell 
Kathleen Carpenter 



Daniel Carroll 
Karen Cassese 
Craig Casten 
Kathleen Cebuly 
Marcia Cefaratti 



30/Senior 





Joe Trgo, the executive. 



David Centa 


Toni Chrestoff 


David Cesen 


John Christ mver 


Susan Champa 


Glen Christopher 


David Chervon 


Patricia Chubb 


Pamela Chinnici 


Charles Cicak 




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Francis Cicco 


Richard Clasen 


Jane Cika 


Arthur Cline 


Cynthia Clabough 


Mark Cochran 


Sandra Clapp 


Diana Cole 


Beth Clark 


Marcus Collier 



S^/Senior 



Barbara Colling 
Roberta Collins 
Yvonne Columbus 



Barbara Conner 
Patricia Coons 
Paula Copeland 



William Corbett 
Dennis Corrigan 
Gregory Cosgriff 





Dennis Culbert 
Darla Dackiewicz 
Duane D'Amico 
Carleen D'Amico 



Timothy Daniel 
Alain Darcy 
Marsha Daugherty 
David David 



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Diane Davies 
Ruth Davis 
William Decatur 



Lenoard DelBrocco 
Charles Dembek 
Lvnn De Michele 



Arthur Demico 
Robert DiMinico 
Edward Detomaso 



Charles Detweiler 
Laraine D'Eusanio 
Judv Dezelon 



just graduated from finger paints to brushes! 



Here they are girls 



come and get em. 




Senior/35 



Anthony DiBacco Stephen DiMare 

Kdward DiLalla Xancy DiSilvestro 



•Jamie DiTomaso 
Dale Divito 



Kenneth Dixon 
William Dodds 



•Janet Doles 
Cynthia Dombrowski 




What do you mean we missed the St. Valentine's Day Massacre! 




Gary Dostal 
•Joseph Dotson 
Franklin Dottore 




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Fredrick Dwoming 
Laura Eckenrode 
Earl Echer 
Karen Edmonds 
Barbara Ehrhardt 







William Dragolich 
Dennis Driscoll 
Beth Ann Drury 



Gregory Draxler 
David Duffy 
Joyce Dunbar 



Michael Dupay 
Ronald Dureiko 
Kimberlee Dutko 



Seniors/37 



James Elliot 


Brian English 


Vanessa Evanick 


Maria Faraci 


Cynthia Faunce 


Mark Elmore 


Ann Erdani 


Laurie Evans 


Cynthia Fasham 


Dorene Felz 


Jacqueline Enge] 


Robert Km. 


Lynn Evans 


Regina Fatica 


David Ferrara 







Suzanne Ferrazza 


Nancy Farris 




Michele Ferrell 


Mark Fessler 


38/Seniors 







Joseph Fink 


Jerome Forster 


Michael Fiorilli 


Richard Foskey 


Anthony Fistek 


Javson Fowler 


Debra Force 


Bruce Fraley 


Mark Ford 


Ronald Frank 




Seniors/39 



Thomas Fratino 


Jim Frieden 


James Furlong 


Richard Freeh 


Mark Fuerst 


Douglas Gabriel 


Jane French 


Louis Fugina 


Dwight Gabriel 





Brian Gage 
Larece Galer 
Elyse Gallo 
Richard Gallon 
Thomas Gallucci 



Ralph Gamber 

Connie Garapic 
Sharon Gates 
Carol Gaydosh 
Barbara Geib 



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Sandra Genelius 
Kenneth Gerbetz 
Celeste Gibbs 
Cindy Gibson 
Marvin Gilbert 



You don't have to ask for it; he knows what you want . . . Chanel. 



Seniors/41 



42/Seniors 




Patricia Guinta 
Suzanne Gizza 
Michael Glasney 
Robert Glavac 
Danalea Glaven 




David Goodhead 


Lori Grahek 


Robert Gornik 


Karen Grano 


Toni Gower 


Cheryl Grasgreen 


Diana Grabinski 


Rose Gregory 


Barbera Graham 


Michelle Gressley 



Seniors/43 



Jane Grieshammer 
Elaine Grismer 
Jeffrey Grimes 



Naomi Grimes 
Deborah Grindle 
IVIark Griswald 



Christine Grossman 
William Gudowicz 
Karl Guenther 



Deborah Gudel 

Timothy Gunter 
Bonnie Hahn 




44/Seniors 




iVe need four more for an octopus. 



Rick Cotman, you'll go far! 









Carol Harper 



Thomas Halgash 
Carol Hall 



Steven Handshaw 
Maureen Hanlon 



Randy Hanson 
Robert Hanson 



Seniors/45 



Dannv Harris 



Scott Hart 



Ronald Hartman Douglas Harvey Richard Harwood 





Monica Hastert 
Mark Hebert 



Katie Heglaw 
David Heimsoth 



Terrence Hein 
Winifred Heintz 



Laura Heisner 

Nancie Henkel 



James D. Hill 
James S. Hill 



46/Seniors 




Thomas Hill 
Geoffrey Himes 



Kim Hlabse 
Theodore Fleck 



Susan Hogan 
Christine Hoinski 



Alice Holcombe 
Ronald Holny 



Warren Holtz 
Marian Homar 



Seniors/47 



48/Seniors 




Carol Hommel 
Ronald Hopkins 
Dennis Hoppert 
Cynthia Hopton 
Thomas Hospadar 




Michael Hmyak 
Colleen Hughes 
Joseph Humar 
Mary Humensky 
Lynne Humpal 



Karen Hunt 
Deborah Husa 
Deborah Hyle 
Susan lannicca 
Linda Insana 



Gary Isbestor 
Nancy Ivansek 
Vivian Jablonski 
Peter Jagiella 
Michael Jaksa 



Rita Jakubauskas 
Scott Jameson 
Patrick Janes 
Gerald Jejcic 
Peter Jelencic 



Seniors/49 



Mary Beth Jerome 


Mary Johnson 


Suzanne Johnson 


Sharon Johnston 


Kevin Journey 


Judith Jurousek 


Randal Johnson 


David Johnston 


Linda Jones 


Thomas Joyce 


Denise Jnhnson 


Rita Johnson 


Diane Johnston 


Eugene Jorney 


Londa Jue 



50/Seniors 




Dawn Juhan 
Paul Jirkovic 



Kevin Kapalin 


Keith Karlovic 


Jayme Kapec 


William Kato 


Nancy Kapec 


Julia Kaucic 


Beth Kardos 


Robin Kavon 


Judith Karlovic 


Nancy Kehn 




Seniors/51 



Laura Kelember 
Constance Keller 
Michael Keller 




Michael Kilkenney Emily Kinsley 



David Kirbish 



Deborah Kirchner William Kirchner 




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Bruce Klein 
Wally Klepac 



Frank Kocjancic 
Shirley Kocjancic 



Marie Koeth 
Linda Konchan 



Seniors/53 




Margaret Knnchan 



.Jutlith K(ipec 



Laura Kordich 





•Janet Knsten 
James Kotar 



Michael Kotnik 
Nicholas Koustis 



Dorothy Kovac 
Christine Kovacic 



Mr. Mularo pinned this to my shirt because I can't 
The Rado sisters make it at Euclid. 



I cast my vote for Captain Kangeroo 





Dennis Krieger 
Nancy Krnc 
Karen Krome 
Carl Krosl 
Edward Krotine 



Seniors/55 



Carl Kruger Mark Kubetin 

Theresa Krysiak Dorina Kubiez 



Elizabeth Kuebler 
Robert Kuehn 




Mark Kumel 



Judith Kurilla 



Rhonda Lakins 



Karen Lament 



James Land 



56/Scniors 




J. Paul Levalley 
Richard Leasure 
Luke Lee 
Gregory Legan 
Robert Legge 



Seniors/57 




Charles Lehman 
John Lemmon 
Phil Lesefky 
Robert Leveno 
Nancy Lewis 



Nancy Lewis 
Colleen Lexa 
Jennie Lickert 
Linda Lilley 
Laura Lindsay 



Michael Linn 
Susan Lipanye 



Norma Lipstreu 
Richard Litwinowicz 



58/Seniors 




Joyce Lorek 


Steven Luda 


Richard Lovsin 


Elaine Ludwig 


Lee Loy 


Allen Luikart 


Barbara Luberger 


Loyal Luikart 


Karen Lucas 


George Lundskow 



Seniors/59 



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Leslie Mabel 
John Mack 
John Madaio 



Laura Madden 
Jacquelyn MagTuder 
Michael Maire 



Jamie Malone 
Terry Mance 
Clara Mancini 

Hey guys, wrong John! 



60/Seniors 





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My girls — I think I'll keep them. 



Laura Massey 
Jane Mataich 



George Matic 
Cynthia Matuch 



William Markel 
James Marolt 
Elizabeth Martan 



Michael Maurer 
Mark Mavsar 



Vanessa Martinak 
Andrew Martincic 
Steven Mascaro 



Paula Mayer 
Richard Mazzaro 




Seniors/61 




Rodney Mazzaro 


James Medves 


Sandra Midolo 


Gregory Mog 


Kim Mondok 


Jane MaCaskie 


Heidi Mehler 


John Mikolich 


Michael Molesky 


James Monsman 


David McMunn 


Michael Melfi 


Margaret Mikulin 


Oliver Molkentin 


James Moore 


Jennie McGarrigle 


John Mensinger 


Michael Misch 






Ranee McLean 


Ronald Meyer 


Frances Mlaker 







62/Seniors 




Janet Mower 
Bonnie Mueller 
Laura Mullen 



Gerrie Mulligan 
Lynn Multhaup 
Mark Munnings 



Carol Murowsky 
Christine Myers 
Elaine Myslinski 



Daniel Naderer 
Paul Nagle 
Robin Nahrstedt 



Marianne Nantz 
Robert Nass 
Stephanie Nebehay 



Seniors/63 




Lisa Nelson 
Eileen Neroni 
Debra Newlen 



Nancy Nickles 
Philip Noch 
John Nolon 



Galen Noles 
Danielle Nousek 
Steven Novosel 



•Joseph Xovotny 
Craig Nusrala 
Antionette Buza 
Donald Nykiel 
Lawrence Oberle 



Colleen O'Brien 
Julia Offerie 
Judson Oliveri 
Warren Opalk 
Cynthia O'Rourke 



64/Seniors 



•James Ostberg 
Edward Ostrander 



John Ovsek 
Rachel Ovaski 




Allison Pahner 
Joan Papainnides 
Keith Papalko 



Vicky Parkinson 
Kathleen Parr 
Deborah Parulis 



Debra Patterson 
Robin Paul 
Michele Paulin 



Steven Pavelecky 
Susan Pawlak 
Karin Pawski 



Robert Payne 
Laura Pecnik 
John Penderson 



Seniors/65 



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Nancy Pedone 
Michael Penko 
Christopher Pennza 
Perry Pennza 



Frederick Penrod 
Jeffrey Penza 
Christine Perdan 
Michael Perhav 



Joseph Pema 
Rachelle Perovsek 
Barbara Perry 
Timothy Perry 



Joseph Pesec 
Roger Petan 
Donna Peters 
Audrey Petkovsek 



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Margret Petrotti 
Michael Petti 
Paul Phillips 




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Carolyn Picciano 
Rocco Pignatiello 



Madeline Pike 
Victoria Pinto 



Robert Plott 
Louise Pollack 



Mark Polly 
Patricia Polunus 



James Poropat 
James Potachar 



Seniors/67 




Timothy Powell 


Karen Scheints 


Vincent Powell 


Scott Prileson 


Maureen Powers 


Lynn Princic 


Cylest Poyle 


Toni Prib 



Cynthia Prioreschi 
Michael Pritchard 
Nancy Pritchard 
Timothy Pritchard 

Let's split this pop stand. 




Jennie Pumell 
Joseph Puro 
Janet Purvis 
William Radcliff 
Elizabeth Radisek 



Barbara Rado 
Barbara Ragan 
Madelyn Raicevich 
Susan Rapinz 
Michael Reed 





What do you mean I look like Danny Partridge? 



Timothy Reed 
Wade Reese 
Debbie Reibtein 



Michael Rerainick 
Gregg Reshetar 
Vickie Ridd 




This is no place to play strip poker 



Mary Riggs 
Deborah Robers 




8eniors/69 




Susan Rossmann 


Sharon Rupena 


Bradley Rust 


Melody Sabol 


Leonard Saley 


Joida Rotar 


Bonnie Rupert 


Susan Ruzich 


Anthony Saia 


Marianne Salomone 


John Rotondo 


Jill Rupsic 


Joseph Saba 


Albert Sajovic 


Deborah Sanders 


Donald Rozum 


Alfred Russell 


Thaddeus Sabat 


Sheridan Saletrik 


Richard Sanford 



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uclid's second annual dog show. 

Sandra Santon Luray Scheider Norman Schmidt Barbara Schwenner Grace Sechnick 

Darby Savage Debra Schimmelman Paul Schneider Michael Schwenner John Seidel 

Kathleen Schaffer Scott Schmelzer Mary Ann Schulik Cheryl Scott Richard Semega 

James Scheff Kent Schmidt Karen Schulz Jean Scott Joseph Semick 




Seniors/71 




Ronald Seredich 
Michael Sexton 



Lawrence Shega 
Cynthia Shiran 



Mark Shisila 
Margaret Shoemaker 



William Shrout 
Dena Shuman 



Harland Shunk 
Tracv Sieferd 



Hey Chicksi 




Anna Sierko 
Teri Silkowski 
Sherri Simonian 



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Ardamon Singh 
David Sirk 
Fia Skagius 



72/Seniors 




James Sokell 
Patricia Spears 



Sharon Spei 
Stephen Spelic 



Donald Steeves 
Ellen Stefanac 



Seniors/73 



Paul Steffas 


Linda Stepita 


Richard Stegh 


James Stermole 


David Steigman 


Donald Stigamier 


Brian Stenroos 


Marilys Stiglic 


Robert Steptiens 


Lee Stine 




74/Seniors 




Phillip Strunk 
David Stryjewski 



Donna Stryjewski 
Patricia Sudar 



Maureen Sullivan 
Karen Sulzmann 



Robert Summerfield 

Mark Sumner 



David Sump 
Mary Surrena 




James Suschak 
Michael Sustar 



on't be shy. 



Kenneth Sustarsic 
Paula Svilar 



Michael Swaney 
Martha Swanhart 



William Swartz 
Kathy Sweigert 



Linda Swenson 
Jacquelyn Swift 




Seniors/75 




Cynthia Synk 
Joan Szabo 
Laura Szabo 
Stephen Szabo 
Doreen Szukalski 



Brenda Tabory 
Gregory Talty 
Michael Talty 
Cynthia Tamborrello 
Anita Tarantino 



Cynthia Tarantio 
Carole Tartaglia 
David Taska 
Joan Taub 
David Taylor 



Henry Taylor 
Judith Tavlor 



Nancy Teresi 
Timothv Teschner 



76/Seniors 




Martina Tetrick 
Janice Thomas 



Jeanne Thomas 
Kevin Thomas 



John Thome 

Cathy Thompson 
David Thompson 
Elaine Timinsky 
Mary Tomko 



Ann Tomsic 
Deborah Tonn 
Francis Toth 
JoAnne Traina 
Susan Tramposch 



John Tramsak 
Kenneth Treichel 
Joseph Trgo 
Joseph Troha 
Marv Trommetter 



Seniors/77 



Carolyn Trost 


Richard Tutolo 


Janice UUman 


Margaret Vaiginis 


Carl Vandetti 


Joseph Trunkely 


Deborah Tyler 


Debra Urgeleit 


Joseph Vala 


Uavid Van Etten 


Mary Tusoch 


Drago Udovid 


Claudette Ussai 


Terri Van Beneden 


Donna Van Pelt 





David Vargo 
Thomas Verd 



Roberta Vitanza 
Marie Vranekovic 



Susan Vulich 
Robert Vuraich 



78/Seniors 



Mark Wade 


Christine Walsh 


Harry Wanchion 


Barbara Wagner 


Jeffery Walsh 


Michael Wardeiner 


Daniel Wallace 


Mary Walsh 


Mary Warder 





Terry Kay Wasilko 
Tammy Wasnac 



Donna Wata 
Colleen Watson 



Lorann Watts 
David Weber 



Deborah Weekley 
Debra Wehr 



Seniors/79 








Janice Weindel 


Gabnele Weissfuss 


Deborah White 


Robert Widlicka 


William Wile 


Janet Weinschenk 


Robert Werstak 


Frances White 


Kathleen Wiehn 


Gregory Wilhelm 


Donna Weiss 


Matthew West 


Gary Whitney 


James Whightman 


Cathleen Williams 




Jeffrey Williams 
Stephen Wilson 



Theresa Wilson 
Thomas Wilson 



Nancy Wlodarski 
Douglas Wolff 



80/Seniors 



Cheny Wong 


Michelle Yaspan 


Karen Zahorsky 


Robert Wright 


Andy Yedlick 


Linda Zajc 


Diane Wrona 


Douglas York 


Lawrence Zakrajsek 


Alice Wyman 


Susan Young 


James Zawojek 


Anne Yager 


Elaine Yurkovich 


Donna Zgonc 




Timothy Znidar 
Rose Zsaludko 
Leslie Zurc 
Irma Garcia A.F.S. 
Exchange Student 



Seniors/81 






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82/Faculty 




Faculty/83 





This year the teachers of EucHd 
Senior High School worked diligently 
to motivate the learning capacity of 
the students at Euclid. 

The groups of people who keep our 
school running smoothly are com- 
posed of hard working individuals 
that perform their duties with much 
skill and care. 

The professionals found here at 
Euclid High are the best qualified 
persons found in their particular 
fields. The faculty promote curricular 
as well as extracurricular activities, 
and really do seem to care about the 
individual student on the whole. 

Teachers are critical in the formation 
of tomorrow's leaders, and Euclid 
teachers work to make each in- 
dividual student a success. 



Faculty/85 



Euclid Board of 
Education 

This School year started with a 
vigorous campaign by the Euclid 
Board of Education for the passage of 
Issue 20, the School Levy. Their 
vigorous effort was a result of their 
firm belief in the "Excellence in 
Education in Euclid Public Schools." 

With a devotion to the youth of the 
community, the Board strove to im- 
prove, expand, and diversify the 
curriculum of the Euclid Public 
Schools. 




Dr. Spartoco DiBiasio, Superintendent 
Euclid Public Schools 



Dr. Frank S. Houser, Vice-President 



86/Board of Ed. 





\Si. Paul R. Totten, Member Euclid Board of Education 



Mr. Lowell Davis, Clerk-Treasurer Euclid Public Schools 



Board of Ed./87 




Administration 

A yearbook is a memorable document. The Class of 1975 
will especially cherish this book because it is a record of 
school life during their senior year. Each of us enjoy the 
pleasure of leafing through the pictures of our high school 
yearbook. Only last week I had reason to get one of my year- 
books to refresh my memory on several friends of the past. 

Preserve this record well. It will be a constant source of 
satisfaction and interest to you, long after your high school 
days have passed. My sincere congratulations and thanks 
to the staff and sponsors. Your time and efforts will be ap- 
preciated by your many friends and classmates. Special 
"Best Wishes" to the class of 1975. 

May you always be as proud of your school as you have been 
during your school days; as proud as we have been of you. 

Sincerely, 
Walter Schwegler 




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Mr \V;lllrl S,hu,-lrr, I' 



Mr. Schwegler, a good guy to have around! 





88/Administration 




At. J. Wilkens, Assistant Principal 



Mr. F. Johns, Assistant Principal 



Administration/89 



Deans and 
Counselors 

Each year the counselors and deans 
spend much time in helping and 
guiding students with personal and 
school matters. They are always will- 
ing to listen and give suggestions 
when you have a problem or just need 
someone to talk to. Although they 
prefer seeing students under pleasant 
conditions, they sometimes have to be 
a little rough, hoping this will help 
the student. They interest students in 
social activities, careers, and help 
promote good studies. 



Miriam Landor 




Patricia Keefer 





Merwin Staines 




ithryn Frye 



English 



Shakespeare, Poe, and Dickens are 
only three of the many authors 
English students study every year. 
Long hours and days are spent 
writing essays, themes, and book 
reports which have to reach perfec- 
tion before they can be turned in for a 
grade. Many dedicated students learn 
new ideas every day in English 
classes. 

(L to R) Jane Blabolil, Barbara Spiga, Norma 
Cowan, Jane Lellis, Janis Jordon, Dorothy Cer- 
ny. Carole Rupnik, Emelia Gale, Gerald 
Henderson. 




(L to R) William Brown. Glen Caroff, Frank Aultz. 



(L to R) Granville Smith. Jeanine Sliter, Kenneth Lowe. 



92/English 



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i (L to R) William McGuinnes, Lillian Drescher. 



(L to R) Frank Pringle, Justin Antonini, Frank Molaro. Carole Repicky, Robert Petrovic, Karen McGill, Judy Carmody. Robert 
Hall, Sue Harris. 




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jw 1 (L to R): Rob Heramb, Ray Hively; Row 2: Jeff Hartman, Frank 
offert, James Englehart. 



(L to R): James Kelley. Michael Raicevich 




Social 
Studies 



From man's behavior in the past, pre- 
sent, and future, to Psychology and 
Government, students learn all they 
can about the world and its people. 
They study customs as well as the 
arts of societies. When molded 
together, they form informative 
courses of study on our own country 
and our world neighbors. 



Social Studies/95 




96/Math 




Math 



R): Charles Reno, Richard Rose, Rick Rakovan, Don Rinkes. 



From team algebra to calculus and geometry, com- 
puter math to fortran, students calculate formulae, 
theorize postulates, and go off on tangents that cover a 
multitude of sins and co-sins. Students experiment 
with logarithms by developing self-motivated 
programs. 




Pinochle, anyone? 





Daniel Francetic 



98/Science 




Science 



The vast study of plants, animals, 
and chemical compositions, as well as 
solar energy, the universe, and the life 
cycle add to the excitement of study- 
ing in the science field. Experiments, 
field trips, the planetarium, film 
strips, guest speakers, and 
demonstrations contribute to the 
stimulating atmosphere of the Euclid 
High School Science Department. 



L to R): Michael Lower, Dale Davison, William VonBenken, Joseph Muscarella. 





ohn Barza 



Science/99 



Business 



Book balancing, timed typing, speedy 
shorthand, business basics and 
organized accuracy are all part of 
Euclid's Business Department. Here, 
students learn how to use and operate 
the machines of today's business 
world. Teachers help them to become 
the leaders of tomorrow's business 
world. Most of all they learn how to 
cope with the hectic things involved 
with business. 

(Left to Right) Sandra Regano, Ralph Sibert, Pat Fine 





(Left to Right) Carol Williams, Ben Sawyer 

(Left to Right) Eleanor Wiegand, Marc Manburg 



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Home Arts 



Burnt toast and crooked seams are less frequent in the 
home economics department. The Home Arts teachers try 
to teach the students how to cook and sew at an economical 
level. The classes are always fun and there's always 
something unusual happening. 






Now bring it to a boil, pour into small glass and gargle vigorously Sure 
cure for a hang-over. 





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Bottom Row (L to R): Peggy Meros, Pat Murrish, Ellen Nickman, Bonr 
Lako. Row 2: Elaine Lokar. Vinita O'Donnell, Brenda Barker. 



Will you guys remember to put away your knitting needles. 



102/Faculty 





Watch it buddy, or you'll be the next one to run through this press. 




Industrial Arts 

Through the specialized courses and 
studies offered in the Industrial Arts 
Department the student interested in 
a technical career can learn the fun- 
damentals of woodwork, metals, 
mechanical drawing, electricity, and 
machines. With the skills acquired in 
these vocational programs, students 
will be better trained for the world of 
work, moving into crucial positions in 
industry. 



Industrial Education Department 

Ron Chambers 
John Eichhorn 
Al Galicki 
John Germock 
James Goebel 
Tom Hoffart 
Tom Gilliotti 
Dick Hungerford 
Milt Kadlec 
Embert Martin 
Rav Montani 
Herb Nold 
Frank Passarella 
Dick Patton 
John Supance 
Fred VoUman 



Industrial Art/103 



(L to R) Arthur Sydow, Robert Hutson, Sam Taylor 



Music 



Music is the international com- 
municator of the world. It invites 
one to reveal innermost thoughts 
and feelings. Our students are able 
to express these feelings with the 
help of their dedicated and hard- 
working teachers. Our Music 
Department is indeed something 
for the whole school to be proud of. 




Library Pages, Seated Row: Barb Mandate, Lisa Hanson, Mary Besselman, Debra Andrews. Standi, 
Row: Tom Salopek, Richard Cotman, Luann Dudley, Dorothy Schultz, Barbara Rado, Loro Schuh 
Barabra Graham, Beth Darasko, Laura Boyd, Joyce Kimack, Pat Hrivnak, Pat DeFrain. 



104/Faculty 



Art 



Tt enables a student to put 
is talents to their ultimate 
se through such crafts as 
'eaving, dyeing, decoupage, 
nd sculpturing. It lets a stu- 
ent release any frustrations 
r creativeness that is con- 
ained inside him. The 
jachers offer worthwhile 
riticisms, and create an at- 
losphere that cultivates 
reativity. 




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



Fred Vollman 




Library 



Biography, autobiography, reference, 
fiction, and historical novels are 
many of the books found in the 
library. With the help of the Euclid 
High School librarians books are kept 
in order and are easily found by the 
students. These facilities, along with 
the helpful aid of the librarians, assist 
many bewildered students in their 
search for research information, 
pleasure books, magazines, and 
general knowledge material. 



}w 1 (L to R): Janet Butler, Jessamine Hazel, Margaret Lucas. Row 2: Edith Mueller, Merry Dolter, 
mlyn Salminen, 



Library and Art/105 



Occupational 
Education 



Art 


Patton 


Stenog. I 


Wiegand 


Stenog. 11 


Regano, S 


Acct. I 


Regano, J 


Acct. II 


Seymour 


Clerk-Typ. I 


Huefner 


Clerk-Typist II 


Bensusan 


D. P. I 


George 


D. P. II 


Mize 


Child Care I 


Lako 


Child Care II 


Nickman 


Auto I 


Goebel 


Auto II 


Montani 


DCT 


Eichhorn 


OWE 


Hoffart, 




Passarella 


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Siebert 


Coe 


Williams, 




Sawyer 


Cosme. I & II 


DiPaolo 



(Paraprofessional) Ethel Barbish, Louis Recher. (Not Pictured) Kurt Ban- 
ford, Jeanette Katz 




(Paraprofessional) Thelma Imm 




106/Occupational Education 




argaret Schultz 




Jan, you don't come to the language lab to read 
dirty books! 

Foreign Language 



The excitement of language is insur- 
mountable. Euclid language teachers 
have a tough job teaching their 
perspective languages-French, 
Spanish, and German, but ac- 
complish their goal with much skill. 
The facilities found in this school are 
the best, and the help provided to the 
student is excellent. 



I don't even know what language this is. 



Faculty/107 



Physical Education 

hances for a brighter future lie in Physical Education. You 
;ed ability, confidence, and above all, a desire to learn. To 
it the most out of Physical Education is coordinating your 
)dy and mind to its best advantage. 




Nurses 



Giving good sound medical advice to students who are ill is 
just one of the many jobs the nurses have to do. A nurses's 
day at Euclid High is never uneventful. She kindly repairs 
everything from a minor nose bleed to a broken ankle. She 
has a job that is well done and much appreciated. 




no/Faculty 




Secretaries 



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Ladies who keep the school "typed" up. Keeping files, typ- 
ing up bulletins, making dittos, answering phones and 
keeping track of "lost" students are all part of a day these 
busy ladies put in at school. With their organization and 
helpful answers Euclid students have an easier time. 





lat do you mean my typewriter got up and left? 



No, I don't get to sit on my boss's lap. 




Bottom Row (L to R): Llicille Teriep, Marie O'Neill, June Edwardsen, La Verne McGill, Rosemarie Tonn. Row 2: Louisa Bessire, 
Polly McRedmond, Dorothy Stross, Jane Boyer, Liz Luikart, Gail Lickert, Anna Herrick. 



Faculty/111 



Custodial Staffs 



Heated rooms in winter, air con- 
ditioned rooms in summer, clean 
halls, bathrooms and classrooms are 
all attended to by the custodial staffs. 
Euclid is a big school and it is kept in 
the best possible order thanks to 
these industrious people. 



You need a hammer? I got a hammer! 





Row 1 (L to R): Dallas Arthur, William Brewer. Row 2: Lee Kilkenney, Joe Zakrajsek, Ray Newco 
Joe Pollack. 




Really, don't sweep me up, I'm not a clump of dirt. 



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isa Trivisonno 




The Cafeteria is planned to give 
relaxation to the students. Good 
dinners and many extras are sold to 
the students. The meals are planned 
with nutrition and good eating in 
mind. There is no other place where 
such good food can be found at such a 
reasonable price, and, no matter 
where you look, the courtesy and ser- 
vice are unbeatable. 



Cafeteria 

Row 1 (L to R): Carol McDonough, Sadie 
Taylor, Elizabeth Zimmerman, Jean Skolaris, 
Rose Haines, Lois Brow, Mea Kolesar, Frances 
Tavenier. Row 2: Catherine Wirsing, Lucy 
Glavac, Mary Urgeleit, Virginia Baitt, 
Winifred Modic, Pauline Turk, Mavis Kupach, 
Helen Chudzik, Eleanor Doblekar, Margaret 
Tanski. Row 3: Jean Sterling, Mildred Somrak, 
Mary Markovich. Barbara Apanasewicz. Laura 
Meyer, Charlene Gervaki, Margaret Brooks, 
Anne Schepke, Charlotte Coulter. Row 4: 
Keith Papalko. 



Faculty/113 








114/Sports 







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Sports 







Sports/115 



Sports 



People in motion, the clearest exam- 
ple of which is the world of sport. 
Whether it be a fullback plunge or a 
fast break, a 440 or as motion is used 
to stop motion in a pin, motion is the 
summation of all sport. When com- 
bined with the utmost in concentra- 
tion and coordination, motion will 
lead each athlete and team to the 
highest echelon of their game. 

Interscholastic sport is changing and 
growing each year with the addition 
of more varsity sports and the chang- 
ing of rules. This year marks a change 
in Euclid sports with the end of an era 
as 1975 is Euclid's last year in the 
Lake Erie League. Some of the 
greatest rivalries of the area are com- 
ing to an end. The fierce competitions 
in basketball with Cleveland Heights, 
and Lakewood in swimming, to men- 
tion only a few, will exist only on very 
special occasions in the future. No 
longer, though, will league cham- 
pionships hang on the line. This year 
also marks the beginning of new 
rivalries with future Greater 
Cleveland Conference members 
Eastlake North, and Willoughby 
South, already becoming almost too 
familiar. 









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ling^Samps Garfield and third pla 

18 revival of the St. Joe series and al 

iL.'E.L. The Panther's most valual 

tn»y. Placing on the all L.E.L. fb 

Ensiv^fend Rollie Skur. I a 

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state meet 
Jsiasm grew as 
Irew near and d'tjf'chib competed 
•atfice ftieets at <jMi'flnt Goodyear 
ked4nos("v.-VT0 obr stops at 
^-le B-urger Chef. September 
Ited in dual meets and we 
' showdown with Lakewood for 
the championship. The summer "Iwiling paid 
off as the Panther harriers qualified for the 
fifth consecutive year to run in the state 
championjship'-. Junior Adrian Griffin led the 
way~tn CfflumHu^. finishing 18th out of 140 

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The S\^^ming Team produced URbJJjI^ 

tt-ise^'.fMs^ear. After^raduating many ir 

ortant swimmers in, June 1974, the 19.! 

Season wa& 4©<>ked^on- ^tsia biH|ding'^^ 

ifbh'tiriued success of each indr^ 

team increased 

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116/Sports 




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this 

an unimpressi 

team put togetW 

namf.pt wins 

come from behind 

Catholic. This win 

sectional championship a" 

them as one of the top eight teams in 

the entire state. The 1974 Euclid 

Soccer Team will be remembered as 

the team that brought recognition, 

championship, and a trophy t( 

halls of the high school 

Greg Rattler 





This year's wrestling team can be 
characterized as young and dynamic. 
While youth dominated the team, the 
five seniors provided the leadership to 
keep the team headed in the right 
direction. Young teams make mis- 
takes and this team had its ups and 
downs, but hustle and dedication 
helped to bring about improvement. 
Enthusiastic fan support led by a fine 
group of cheerleaders helped to ignite 
the flames of victory over some very 
rugged competition. Fortune smiled 
upon the wrestling team, when it 
provided the bes1| group of wrestling 
aides^Bthe state. Spirit, hard work, 
and ^^will to win com^ned to give 
Euclid High School a wrestling team 
with pride. - ^ ff, 

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The Panth' 

again provi 

during its season 

around Captain! 

bolstered by sopho 

and seniors Rick|Au4tin"^%»d 

Wilson helped feoaltend 

Snyder and Dan FJrizell ke 

ponents scores t(#a mini 

offense was led| 

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Ljubi who for 
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goals as' often as they sllwjtd W^^ 
Among promising sophawpres to 
return will be Scot^Jj^Mn, Les., 
MacLeod, Doug tSt^^a^d Tor 
Ljubi as well as juniors Ken Walsl 
Evan Nunnilly while depar^ 
seniors are Mike Basilon| 
McCunn, and Ed DiLalla. 

Alex Dzerowicz 



Varsity 
Football 

Euclid's battle cry echoes through the 
stands as cheers mount. The climax 
obtained as Panther motion charges 
through the opposing defense for 
another touchdown drive. Fans go 
wild and players too, as the Blue and 
Gold moves toward victory. 

Varsity Football 1974 Row 1 (L to R): Tom Ro- 
jeck, Dennis Krieger, Jim Poropat, Bob 
Vurach, Rollie Skur. Ed Baitt, Dennis 
Corrigan. Rick Foskey, Bill Buckman. Ken 
Sustarsic, Rich Clasen. Row 2: Mark Sumner, 
Dave Kirbish, Norbie Nongash, Frank Relly, 
John Lososky. Ron Honly. Dale Nobis, Joe 
Troha, Mike Mish, Bike Dupay, Mike Bar- 
nauskas. Row 3: Brian McDonough, Phil 
Lesefky, Ken Petardi, Stan Zupansic, Dan 
Griesmer, Jim Lynch, Mike Talty, Steve 
Babets, Steve Pyle, Kevin Coghlin, Ron 
Sebush, Denny Robinson. Row 4: Mark 
Wanderslaben, Chris Herek, Rich Ubl, Nick 
Christopher, Mark Novosel, Tom Faith, Tracy 
Oast, Frank Schule. Tom Bukovec, Kevin 
Ikler, Greg Drew, Denny Robinson. Row 5: Jack 
Klauer, Andy Zarlinski, Peter Keck, Scott 
Miller, Gary Whitney, Jeff Columbia, Rick 
Austin, Mark Kozlowski, Larry Schipauer, Phil 
Heid, John Grebenc, Jim Visage, Dave 
Goodhead. Row 6: Coaches; Ron Seymour, 
Paul Kapostsy, Chet Noland, Joe Regano, 
Head Coach Chet Rojeck, Jeff Hartman, Dave 
Simonetta, Dave Schonaur, Chuck Felder. 





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Junior 
Varsity 
Football 



Junior Varsity Football 1974 Row 1 (L to R): 
Jeff Wanchism, Gary Shay, John Trommeter, 
CUff Kime, Lee Lumadue, Dan Debevec, Bill 
Walter, Dan Misch, Dave Costanzo, Tom 
Wandersleben. Row 2: Mike Lynch, Jack 
Thomas, Ron Ranallo, Paul Shunk, Shawn 
Kahl, Dan Davies, Joe Freeh, Jim Sumner, 
Kevin Palmer. Row 3: Coach Dave Schonauer, 
Phil Held, Jeff Schuffert, Gary Wolf, Duane 
Nordstron, John Lesnick, Mike Tortorici, Lou 
Dottore, Carl Kozlowski. Row 4: Dale Gulich, 
Spencer Brady, Don Willingham, Dave 
D'Amigo, Mike Yurkovick, Dean Herris, Jerry 
Brickman, Lou Dommer, Dave Chervon. Row 
5: Mark Freg, Randy South, Jim Synder, John 
Ryder, Don McLaughlin, John Frenecak, Ran- 
dy Jones, Chuck Nichlas, Dave Ulepic. 











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122/J. V. Football 




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Homecoming 
1974 

The nominees all wait impatiently till 
Queen Debbie Gudel is crowned, 
G.L.C.'s owl takes best float honors 
and Euchd annihilates Garfield 37 to 
0. The motion switches to the E- 
Room where the "Games people 
play" are played with music by 
Sweetleaf. 




124/Homecoming 





Senior Attendant: Mary Lynch 



Senior Attendant: Vickie Pinto 



■luninr Attendant: Ann Czyzycki 



Sophomore Attendant: Sue Hadzima 




126/Homecoining 




Homecoming/127 



Powder Puff Blue Team 1974 




Powder Puff Gold Team 1974 



Powder Puff 



With roles reversed, the Senior 
Women played football while the 
Men performed as cheerleaders and 
majorettes. As the first Annual 
Powderpuff Penny King was crowned 
Blue moved on to victory over Gold. 



Powder Puff Blue Team 1974 Row 1 (L to R): 
Karen Vuranch, Madeline Raichevich, Laura 
Wise, Nancy Krnc, Lynn Evans, Brenda 
Tabory, Shirley Kojancic, Kim Hlabse, Chris 
Grossman, Karen Sulzmann, Lori Hiesner, 
Dawn Julian, Jody Rotar. Row 2: Cindy 
Matuch, Carrie Lushin, Grace Secknick, Jan 
Kosten, Sue Young, Amy Bosco, Colleen Lexa, 
Yvonne Columbus, Debbie Patterson, Laura 
Echonrode, Elly Staso, Sharon Spei, Bonnie 
Hahn. Standing: Coach Jim Wightman, Head 
Coach Tom Rojeck, Cindy Marek, Cynthia 
Synk, Kate Lynch, Carol Harper, Jennie 
Purnell, Jamie Malone, Beth Jerome, Jennie 
Lickert, Norma Lipstreu, Diane Wrona, Nancy 
Nickles, Karen Krome, Pat Cover, Fia Skagius. 
Cathy Thompson, Cathy Bokar. Linda Stepita, 
Rose Vinici, Sue Vulich, Sue Hraster, Joyce 
Dunbar, Mary Humensky, Sue Baker, Barb 
Rado, Maggie Mikulin, Coach Dave Chervon, 
Joy Wiskes, Coach Bud Luikart. 



Powder Puff Gold Team 1974 Row 1 (L to R): 
Coach Chip Lane, Coach Jim Houser, Head 
Coach David David. Row 2: Madaline Pike, 
Gloria Bozak, Regina Fatica, Debbie Force, 
Sue Ruzich, Sue Rossman. Rachel Oyaski, 
Diane Davies, Karen Grano, Mary Tomko, 
Sandy Genelius, Karen Cassese, Coleen 
O'Brian. Row 3: Val Strah, Anita Tarantino, 
Sandy Krasovec, Terry Wasilko, Elaine 
Griesmer, Ruth Aveni, Maureen Hanlon, 
Maria Faraci, Nancy Susel, Laura Lindsey, 
Donna VanPelt, Jayne Rohlke, Vickie Ridd, 
Stephanie Nebehay, Pat Sudar, Marge Kacpr- 
zak. Row 4: Nancy Wodarski, Linda Zajc, Pat 
Chubb, Robin Paul, Sue Ferrazza, Nancy 
Henkel, Michelle Paulin, Faye Bork, Jan 
Weinschenk, Cindy Bodovetz, Janis Hale. 
Carol Kowalski, Joan Taub, Paula Svilar, Val 
Breeze, Leslie Mabel. Nancy Pedone, Debbie 
Husa, Leslie Kainski. Row 5: Mel Sabol, Nancy 
Ferris, Sue Campbell, Shel Gressley. Mary 
Trommeter. Chris Meyers, Jacqui Attwood, 
Debbie Gudel, Sherrie Simonian, Laura Kor- 
dich, Beth Drury, Julie Kaucic, Coach Dave 
Boyd, Nancy Kapec, Kathy Lyon, Laura 
Madden, Betty Radisek, Denise Roschy, 
Marilyn Stigilic, Debbie Urgeleit, Annette 
Kapalin, Beth Clark. 




128/Powder Puff 



Cross Country 

Trudging through endless trails, the 
motion of the Cross Country team 
takes them ahead of their opponents 
to victories, leaving just a trail of dust 
behind. 



Cross Country Team (L to R): Craig Casten, 
Adrain Griffin, Mike Chase, Mark Wade, Bob 
Wright, Scott Wilson, Bob Gold. Row 2: Dave 
Zimijewski, Bob Rambeau, Craig Easier. Tim 
Perry, Nick Koustis, Rick Seale, Al Darcy. 
Coach Tom Halbedel. Row 3: Jim Bossard. 
Mike Columbus, Phil Campus, Marty LaCaua, 
Tim Reed. Row 4: Jim Houser, Rick Freeh, Jim 
Wightraan, Bruce Fraley, Bill Kato, Todd 
Morgan. Not Pictured: Assistant Coach Joe 
Muscarella. 





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Cross Country/131 



Soccer 



The Euclid soccer team moves the 
ball up the field, and always pushes 
onward for the point. Each panther is 
set on one goal — victory. As they 
score one goal, then two or more, they 
are assured of their victory and 
motivated toward the next. 



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Co-Captains Marcus Collier, John Brekalo, Artie Singh. 



Soccer 1974 Row 1 (L to R): Rick Austin. Mar- 
cus Collier, Andy Yedlick, Pat .Janes, Mike 
Maurer, .John Brekalo, Artie Singh, Roger 
Snyder. Ed DiLalla, Tom Wilson. Row 2: .Joe 
Severini, Bob Arnold, Brent Yoder, John 
Beilic, Jack Colling, Matt McDonald, Joe Fink, 
Andy Prause, Jim Suschack. Row 3: Steve 
Camp, Dale Divito. Bob Wirsching, Tom 
Pestotnik, John Ruck, Tery O'Brien, Ken 
Austin, Bob Chukayne, Bob Blaskovic. Row 4: 
Dave Devito, Monte Carlo, Craig Yoder, Kurt 
Dieckmann, Tom Young, Gordon Friel. Row 5: 
Head Coach Greg Sattler, John Kozel, Assis- 
tant Coach Harry Siskind. 




132/Soccer 



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Golf 



As the Panther golfers begin their 
game with a long drive, they play 
every hole and every match as if it 
were a championship. Their long 
practice hours may drag, but knowing 
that all the motion is for another vic- 
tory makes it worthwhile. 

Golf (L to R): Kevin Thomas, Mike Basilone. 
Scott Lichvar, Tim Dailey, Coach Mike 
Raicevich, 



Golf/133 



Tennis 



The serve of Euclid's tennis team 
starts its winning ways as it gains 
point after point. The motion of the 
Panthers catches the opponent off- 
guard. 

Varsity Tennis Team (L to R): Bill Dodds, Bud 
Capes, Jim Sokel. Row 2: Mike Perhay, Tom 
Latcovich, Craig Reeves, Derek Wagner, Coach 
Alex Dzerowicz. 




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Varsity 
Basketball 

The end of an era came in Euclid 
basketball with the conclusion of 
Euclid's L.E.L. membership, and for 
the first time in eight years a Booms, 
English, or Langdon did not appear in 
the line-up. Combining a well 
patterned offense, a pressing defense, 
and overall hustle up and down the 
court, two talented Seniors and a 
bunch of promising underclassmen 
moved the Panther roundballers to 
respectability in a rebuilding season. 



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1974-1975 Varsity Basketball Team Row 1: 
Dave Goodhead. Row 2 (L to R): Brian Feiock, 
Wally Klepac, Bob DiMinico, Mike Cahill, 
Mike Girimont, Tom Harrell. Row 3: Coach 
Harold 'Doc' Daugherty, Bob Papp, John 
Trommetter, Ernie Caputo, Rich Yonakar, 
Rich Mazzaro, Jim Kordic. 




Varsity Basketball/137 




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Junior 

Varsity 

Basketball 

1974-1975 Junior Varsity Basketball Team Row 
1 (L to R): Ron Ranallo, Tim Henkel, Doug 
McRainey, Nick Hadzima, Dan Debevc. Row 
2: Bob Papp, Joe Hegedus, Lee Lumadue, Tim 
Abnamczyk, John Trommetter, Dave Ulepic. 
Not Pictured: Tim Kooser, Manager Lanny 
Glicken. 




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Winter 

Festival 

1975 



The tension of the season finally 
broke at a Friday morning assembly 
where Joy Branzel was crowned 
Winter Festival Queen. In a break 
from tradition the Queen reigned over 
a wrestling match as the grapplers 
moved on to victory over Cleveland 
Heights. Saturday evening "Believe" 
provided music for an "Escape to the 
Sun." 





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Winter Festival/143 




Senior Attendant: Danielle Nousek 



Junior Attendant: Jan Patfield 



Sophomore Attendant: Patty Noel 




144/Winter Festi' 




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Swimming 

As the last year of Euclid's Lake Erie 
League membership moved on, the 
Panther swimmers came from many 
previous runner-up finishes behind 
Lakewood to achieve near perfection 
as they won the first L.E.L. cham- 
pionship of the year. With an im- 
pressive 14-2 season the swimmers 
became the dominant figures in 
Euclid sports. 

1974-1975 Varsity Swim Team Row 1 (L to 
R): Chuck Detwieler, Coach Joe Rodriguez, 
Craig Casten, Eric Ambler. Row 2: Monte 
Carlo, Dave Duffy, Steve Handshaw, John 
Ovsek, Mark Mahnic. Row 3: Scott Wise, 
Brian Katz, Mike Byers, Kevin Busdiecker, 
Bud Luikart. Row 4: Bob Ross, Tom Hieber, 
Paul Luikart, Mark Mavsar, Joe Cerer. Not 
Pictured: Gil Vogel. 






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1974-1975 Junior Varsity Swim Team Row 1 
(L to R): Doug Niccum, Ron Anzells, Rick 
Cowan, Bill Rambeau. Row 2: Don Smith, Ken 
Dorsch, Bill Mabel, Al Lester, Mark Harmon. 
Row 3: Coach Harry Siskind, Rich Mikovich, 
Jeff Lane, Mike Johnson, Roger Miller. Not 
Pictured: Bob Leonhardt. 




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Wrestling 

Earning takedown points, each one 
pushing the Panthers' score up 
towards a win, are the wrestlers of 
Euclid. As each point is tallied, either 
for decision or the hope of every 
grappler, a pin, the Panthers move up 
with another victory. 

1974-1975 Varsity Wrestling Team Row 1 (L 
to R): Darrel Fanney, Dave Arter, Bob Tutolo, 
Joe Grobenc, John South. Row 2: Jim Potoc- 
nik, Dave Centa, Randy South, Mark Ford, 
Tracy Gast. Row 3: Roman Dowhan, Joe Per- 
na, Mark Wandersleben, Mark Novosel, RoUey 
Skur. 






1974-1975 Junior Varsity Wrestling 
Team Row 1 (L to R): Randy Turk, Mike 
Cefaratti, Marty Lacaua, Carl Kozlowski, Dan 
Stermole. Row 2: Mike Tortoricic, Pat Doyle, 
Wally Stipkovich, Jeff Wanchisn. Row 3: John 
Miller, Mike Christopher, Dean Herris, Jim 
Clabough. 




Co-Captains: Dave Arter, Mark Ford. 




Wrestling/149 



Hockey 



Frenzied motion goes up and down 
the ice for three periods. Solid check- 
ing and skillful goalkeeping make for 
a good defense while stick handling 
and blazing slap shots make a good 
offense. The culmination of these 
provide goal after goal, and finally a 



1974-1975 Hockey Team Row 1 (L to R): Evan 
Nunally, Scott Wilson, Steve Wilson, Rick 
Austin, Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Mike Vidmar, 
Dave McCunn, Les MacLeod. Dave Carlson. 
Row 1: Ken Austin, Roger Snyder, Ed DiLalla, 
Doug Kollar, Bill Straka, Chuck Ljubi, Mike 
Basilone. Ken Walsh, Tom Ljubi, John Barta, 
Todd Morgan, Doug Sheridan, Dan Fairizel, 
Ken Krsolovic, Todd Palmer. 





150/Hockey 








Hockey/151 




Indoor Track 

Speed, endurance, strength, and 
grace are needed singularly and in 
combination for each event. With the 
aid of the best, and one of the only in- 
door tracks in the area, the Panther 
harriers continued their dominance 
over greater Cleveland track teams. 
Among the best runners in the state 
at the Knights of Columbus track 
meet at the Coliseum, Euclid placed 
first in the 880 yard relay and fourth 
in the mile relay. 

1975 Indoor Track Team Row 1 (L to R): 
Dave Sump. Kevin Kapalin, Dave Lastoria, 
Ken Sustarsic, Al Darcy, Nick Koustis, Marcus 
Collier, Karl Guenther, Tim Perry, .Jim 
Houser, .Jim Wightman, Joe Fink, Mark Wade, 
Ardie Singh, Bob Wright. Row 2: John 
Loususki, Mike Chase, Stan Zupancic, Brian 
Bukovec, Adrian Griffin, Ken Shantz, Rick 
Seales, Jim Stuber, Kurt Eyman, Phil Cam- 
pus. Bill Kato. Standing: Bill Buckman, Craig 
Baseler, Mike Pyle, Bob Gold, Kevin Reed, Bill 
Kobetish, Dave Zmijewski, Joe Freeh, Scott 
Wilson, Bob Ferryman, Dwain Smiddy, Bob 
Ortman, Tom Wanderslaben, Tim Witt, Frank 
Ulle, Carl Reese, Ed Popovic, Steve Lastoria, 
Jim Snyder, Mike Schudel, Bob Maxwell, Ted 
Anderson, Jim Drobnick, Jim Orme, Spencer, 
Brady, Dennis Corrigan, Not Pictured: Steve 
Pyle, Head Coach Bob Ramlow, Coach Tom 
Halbedel, Coach Frank Soltez, Coach Joe 
Muscarella. 








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Gymnastics 

Over the horse, up on the bar, and 
down on the mat again, these young 
ladies transform their bodies into the 
poetry of motion. Many hours were 
spent conditioning their minds and 
their bodies to metriculous precision. 

1975 Gymnastics Team Row 1 (L to R): Ginny 
Taylor, Sandey Veneh, Marsia Lockar, Laurie 
Smith, Kathy Mazzore, Joy Mast, Lyneah 
Breskavar. Row 2: LaAnne Piper, Connie 
Resse, Char Wiesse, Patty Noel, Pat Sudar. 
Row 3: Mary Bessleman, Lisa Mantz, Carol 
Kernya, Sandy Noel, Audrey Zupancic, Beth 
Hlavac, Paula Svilar, Mary Pavis, Coach 
Laurie Carlburgh. 




154/Girls' Sports 




Volleyball 



ide out, rotate . . . The Girls' 
olleyball team was a combination of 
ard working athletes. Using the well 
racticed techniques of the sport, a 
rilling serve, a bump, a setup pass, a 
jike, the team unit played a com- 
lendable game of volleyball. 



1974-75 Girls Volleyball Team Row 1 (L to R): 
Jayne Rohlke, Sue Hadzima, Patty Arnold, 
Cathy Miller. Debbie Zaller. Row 2: Laura 
Wardeiner, Laura Lindsey, Rachel Oyaski, 
Donna VanPelt, Chris Gole, Carol Trohea. Row 
3: Barb Rado, Sue Hraster, Sue Vulich, Joy 
Wiskes. Holly Hanson, Sue Rossman. 




Girls' 
Basketball 

The pounding pace of girls basket- 
ball, netting every point with graceful 
skill led the girls' team to a brilliant 
season. Each girl tried her best to con- 
tribute to the team machine that had 
its share of wins and losses. After long 
hours of practice and drills the girls 
looked sharp on the court and always 
displayed an admirable amount of 
team spirit and pride. 

7975 Girls Basketball Team Row 1 (L to R): 
Diane Trgo, Mary Erdani, Chris Gole, Donna 
Szabo, .Joy Wiskes, Kathy Sweigert. Row S.- 
Sue Knight, Michelle Vidra, Laura Lindsay, 
Sue Rossmann, Barb Rado. Row 3: Sue Vulich, 
Wendy Streble, Cheryl Engleking, Debbie 
Zallar, Snady Stankiewicz, Kathy Rossmann. 
Row 4: Holly Hanson, Connie Nelson, Donna 
Zallar, Marilyn Zalatel, Laurie Foreman, 
Maggie Mikulin, Kathy Kosovich. 




Girls' Sports/155 



Swimming 

Freestyle, butterfly, backstroke, and 
diving. Swimming through the water 
with the greatest of ease and grace, 
these mermaids splash into 
prominence with their outstanding 
aquatic abilities. Their abilities are 
only surpassed by their feminine 
pulchritude. 

Wai Napolo Competitive Swimmers Row 1 (L 
to R): Jan Thomas, Val Tancredi. Row 2: 
Annette Eechout. Lynn Humpell. Row 3: Mary 
Trommetter. Theresa Burke, Jane 
Grieshammer. 

Girls' Swim Team Row 1 (L to R): Cindy Reel, 
Janine Rupsic, Jody HoUoway, Lynne Hum- 
pal, Jan Thomas, Kathy Schaffer, Barb Geib, 
Marcia Lokar, Ginny Taylor, Mary Beth Zak. 
Row 2: Patty Golinski, Beth Hlavac, Debbie 
Baker, Linda Snook, Kathy Keeler, Connie 
Nelson, Sue Roeder, Janet Motuza, Anita Zak, 
Denise Smith, Kathy Rossmann. Not Pictured: 
Barb Kobe, Robin GUcker. 





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The Euclidian would like to apologize 
to Coach Harmb and the Junior Var- 
sity Tennis team for inadvertently 
leaving them off the tennis page. 

1974 Junior Varsity Tennis Team Row 1 (L to 
R): Dave Devito, John Petkovsek, Bob Cam- 
pus. Row 2: Gary Keefe, Doug Erdman, Gary 
ZaCardi, Mike Taton, Coach Rob Harmb. 



156/Sports 





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With the close of the 1975-1975 season 
Coach Chet Rojeck terminated his 
long career dedicated to the athletics, 
and in particular football, Football, 
FOOTBALL. Ejtperienced by victory 
feat, Coach* Rojeck was in- 
aiiui^cntal in developing some of the 
great young athletes produced in the 
Greater Clevelana Area. His many 
talents and selfless dedication has 
been an example for all students as 
well as his colleagues. We at Euclid 
High School wish him well in his new 
career. We are sure he will be as 
successfiJ in this, as he has been in 
his former profession. 



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Varsity Football 



Cross Country 



Golf 



Willoughby South 

... .St. Joseph 

. Eastlake North . . 

Shaw 

, . Garfield Heights . 

, . . . .Normandy . . . . 

, Cleveland Heights 

, . Shaker Heights . . 

, . . .Valley Forge . . . 

Brush 

3 Wins 7 Losses 
Fourth in L.E.L. 



Tennis 



Parma 

Cleveland Heights 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Shaker Heights 

Westlake 

Garfield Heights 

Shaw 

7 Wins 3 Losses 
Fourth in L.E.L. 

Third in L.E.L. Tournament 



Soccer 



Chagrin Falls 

Bay Village 

Gilmour 

Lake Catholic 

Brecksville 

Hawken 

Chardon 

. . . . Shaker Heights 

Brush 

Rocky River 

Eastlake North . 

Mentor 

Mayfield 

Tournaments 

Eastlake North 

. . . Cleveland Heights . . . 

Lake Catholic 

West Tech 

9 Wins 7 Losses 1 Tie 
Sectional Champions 
District Runner-ups 



15 Garfield Heights 48 

21 Shaw 40 

19 Brush 43 

15 Parma 48 

27 Cleveland Heights 30 

21 Shaker Heights 40 

16 Normandy 46 

22 Valley Forge ........ 39 

34 Lakewood 23 

8 Wins 1 Loss 

Second in L.E.L. 

Second in Willoughby South Relays 

Fourth at Malone Distance Classic 

Tenth at Euclid Relays 

Fourth at Ashland Distance Classic 

Fifth at Cleveland Heights Relays 

Second in L.E.L. Meet 

Sectional Runner-up 

Fourth in Districts 

Eleventh in State 




J.V. Football 



Willoughby South 
. . . .St. Joseph . . . . 
. Eastlake North . . 

...;.. Shaw 

.Garfield Heights . 
. . . .Normandy . . . . 
Cleveland Heights 
. Shaker Heights . . 
. . .Valley Forge . . . 

Brush 

3 Wins 7 Losses 



....... Parma 

.. . Cleveland Heights . . . 

Normandy 

Brush 

...... Lakewood 

Valley Forge .. 

Shaw 

. ..Garfield Heights 

West Geauga 

. . . Shaker Heights 

4 Wins 6 Losses 
Sudden Death Victory 



J.V. Wrestling 



. . Eastlake North . . 

Bedford 

Brush 

. . . .Valley Forge . . . 

. Shaker Heights . . 
Parma 

Cleveland Heights 

.... .Normandy . . . . 

.... Lakewood . . . . 

.... Mayfield 

Shaw 

.Garfield Heights . 

8 Wins 5 Losses 

Second in L.E.L. 



J.V. Basketball 



. Willoughby South 
. Cleveland Heights 

Normandy . . . . 

Brush 

Lakewood . . . . 

. . . .Valley Forge . . . 
. . Upper Arlington . 
. . Shaker Heights . . 
. . Garfield Heights . 

Parma 

. Cleveland Heights 

Normandy 

.Brush 

Lakewood . . . . 

Valley Forge . . . 

Shaw 

, . Garfield Heights . 
. . Shaker Heights . . 
7 Wins 11 Losses 



Rocky River 

Padua 

Parma 

St. Joseph 

.... Garfield Heights 

. . . Cleveland Heights . . . . 

Rocky River 

St. Edward 

Normandy 

Bay Village 

Kent 

Olmsted Falls 

Bay Village 

Lakewood 

Normandy 

Valley Forge 

Lakewood 

Kent 

7 Wins 9 Losses 2 Ties 



Indoor Track 



; St. Ignatius I 

Walsh Jesuit I 

East Tech 

John Adams 

East High 

Mayfield 

Glenville ' 

St. Edwards ; 

Wickliffe 

Strongsville 

Parma 

Shaker Heights 

, Brush 

Willoughby South . . . . 

, St. Joseph 

Sandusky 

Won 16 Lost 
First in Euclid Invitational 





Varsity Wrestling 



1 Eastlake North 

1 Bedford 

' Brush 

I Valley Forge 

' Shaker Heights 

' Parma 

I Cleveland Heights 

I Normandy 

1 Lakewood 

Mayfield : 

Shaw 

Garfield Heights 

6 Wins 6 Losses 

Second in Mentor Tournament 
Fifth in L.E.L. 



Varsity Basketball 



. Willoughby South . 
. Cleveland Heights . 

Normandy 

Brush 

Lakewood . . . . . 

Valley Forge . . . . 

. . Upper Arlington . . 
. . Shaker Heights . . . 
..Garfield Heights .. 

Parma 

. Cleveland Heights . 

Normandy . . . . . 

: .Brush 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge . . . . 

, Shaw 

. . Garfield Heights . . 

. . Shaker Heights . . . 

Tournaments 

Chardon 

Brush 

. Willoughby South , 
10 Wins 11 Losses 

Fourth in L.E.L. 
Sectional Champion 



J.V. Swimming 



University 

Berea 

Shaw 

. Cleveland Heights 

Fairview 

Lakewood 

. . Shaker Heights . . 
. . Upper Arlington . 

Brush 

Shaw 

Rocky River . . . 

. Cleveland Heights 
Lakewood 

. Shaker Heights . . 

Brush 

Midpark 

11 Wins 5 Losses 

Second in L.E.L. 




Varsity Swimming 



University 

Berea ... 

Shaw 

. . Cleveland Heights . 

Fairview ...... 

..... .Lakewood 

. . . Shaker Heights . . . 
. . . Upper Arlington . . 

Brush 

Shaw 

Rocky River 

. . Cleveland Heights . 

Lakewood 

. . . Shaker Heights 

Brush 

Midpark 

14 Wins 2 Losses 
First in Euclid Relays 

First in L.E.L. 

First in L.E.L. Meet 

Fifth in Districts 

Ninth in State 




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Underclass/161 



The underclass find themselves con- 
stantly in MOTION as they strive to 
find their niche in a new environ- 
ment. 

Sophomores find a whole new avenue 
of activities at their disposal and 
eagerly step into the MOTION of the 
school with spirit. They participate in 
football cheers, homecoming, and 
other aspects of social life. Constantly 
in MOTION, the sophomores are 
changing classes throughout the day, 
and their attitudes and ways of think- 
ing change rapidly, too. Meeting of 
new faces and making new 
friendships also add to the 
sophomores' busy year. 

As a junior, an attitude toward high 
school has already been determined. 
The juniors are in the middle of the 
fast moving, changing, rush of life 
within the school. They sometimes 
find themselves confused and 
frustrated, but that soon fades away 
with the bustling of new activities. 
Junior cabinet gives them opportuni- 
ty to express their views and give new 
ideas for fun and unifying class ac- 
tivities. Both the sophomores and 
juniors join together on taking new 
and challenging interests in life; 
never allowing a dull moment to oc- 
cur, they move into the MOTION 
and flow of everyday classes and high 
school life. 



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Underclass/163 



Ashfaque Ahmed 
Esther Akiba 
Tedd Allchin 



Laura Allen 
Roy Amacher 
Fred Anderskv 



Karen Anderson 
Michelle Anderson 
Robin Anderson 



Darlene Antolick 
Ron Anzells 
•Janice Aquilano 



Tammy Arastaris 
Kevin Arbogast 
Edward Archibald 



Jack Archibald 
Herb Arko 
Barbara Arnold 
David Arnold 
Diane Arter 

Debi Attwood 
Anita Augustine 
•leannine Austin 
Kenneth Austin 
Robert Ayres 

Betty Ayres 
Diane Babets 
Barbara Baehr 
Sonny Bagwell 
Susan Baizel 

Debra Baker 
Dennis Balogh 
Sharon Bambic 
Alice Baris 
Mike Barnauskas 

Dean Barnes 
Barbara Barnett 
•Jeff Barry 
•John Barta 
Lynne Baum 

David Beadle 
Diane Beal 
Emmett Benedum 
Kathleen Benko 
Debra Benner 

•Janet Berlan 
Mary Besselman 
Deborah Beveridge 
•lohn Bielek 




164/llnderclass 





Robert Bilko 
Lynne Black 
Ruth Blankenship 
Carole Blase 
Thomas Blasko 

Lydia Blazun 
•Jonathan Boczek 
Linda Boettcher 
Barb Bollenbacher 
Kathie Bonfield 





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Brain Booms 
Maria Boschi 
Daniel Bosco 
Domenic Bosco 
Michael Bosco 

Uwe Botzki 
Anita Bourgeois 
Marc Boyes 
William Bradlee 
Bichard Braun 

Karen Brehra 
George Brentar 
Lyneah Breskvar 
Debra Brickman 
Beth Britsch 

Patti Brockman 
Debra Brown 
Ralph Brussee 
Sharon Byran 
Angela Buanno 

Lois Buck 
Leslie Budnar 
Brian Bukovec 
Thomas Bukovec 
Lynn Burke 



Underclass/165 



.ludy Burns 
James Burya 
Erin Byrne 
Cheryl Cable 
Carol Cafarelli 



Michael Cah 
Caimi Carmen 
David Calabrese 
Betsy Calebrese 
Nancy Caldrone 




Charles Cetinsky 
Deborah Chambers 
Steven Champa 
Michael Chase 
John Chasser 



166/Underclass 




Douglas Cheadle 
Fred Chesnes 
Rose Chorba 
Leslie Crestoff 
Myra Christensen 

Alan Christianson 
Nick Christopher 
Loretta Chuha 
Kathy Clark 
Shela Clinton 

Derba Collins 
Greg Collins 
Jeffrey Columbia 
Rita Connelly 
Halle Conway 

Pamela Coons 
Katherine Corrigan 
Ronald Costantino 
Richard Cowan 
Barbara Cowper 

Kristina Cragle 
Kathy Criado 
Bob Crouch 
Mary Cunningham 
James Czaplicki 

Maria Czaplicki 
Ann Czyzycki 
Doreen Dackiewucz 
Keith Daiber 
Tim Dailey 

Linda D'Amico 
Linda Danzinger 
Beth Darasko 
Barb Davidson 
Dianna Deaton 



Cheryl Degutis 
Thomas Deighton 
James Delehantv 



Daniel DeMarco 
Laurie DeMattie 
Diana Derganc 



Laurie Deveney 
Ginny Diaddario 
Cindv Dicki 



Richard Dietz 
Mary DiLalla 
Nancy Doganiero 



Doreen Dorsey 
John Dotson 
Vicki Downing 



Underclass/167 



Greg Drew 
Jerry Drew 
Debra Dudek 
Rosemary Dugmore 
Claudia Dular 

Patrice Dunn 
Amy Dutko 
Scott Easter 
Kevin Eastley 
Debra Eberwein 

James Edelman 
Annette Eeckhout 
Kevin Eicher 
Maureen Eiermann 
James Ellis 

Ronald Ellis 
Leonard Ellul 
Douglas Erdman 
Gail Eroskey 
MaryAnn Evans 

Gail Eyer 
Kurt Eyman 
Michelle Eyring 
Stan Fabianich 
Linda Faight 

Louis Faraci 
Denise Farenchak 
Dan Fariziel 
Cynthia Farkas 
Beth Fasham 

Brian Feiock 
Patricia Ferrell 

Mark Fetko 
James Ficere 
Deborah Fink 



MaryAnne Finneley 
Gail Fitzsimmons 
Michael Flanagan 



Cynthia Fondran 
Stephen Foreman 
Cathie Fortunato 



John Foskey 
Ted Fox 
Linda Fraley 



Marty Frederking 
Gary Fticar 
Alice Fuerst 



Gretchen Fuitor 
John Furlong 
Donna Gadish 




Carry me away Prince Charming. 



168A-Inderclass 











Gayle Gallagher 
Tracy Gallagher 
MaryAnne Gambitta 
Cynthia Garrett 
Tracy Gast 

Kathy Gensler 
Bill Geyer 
Brenda Gibson 
Denise Gibson 
Vicky Gillespie 

Mike Girimont 
Deborah Glavan 
Cynthia Click 
•Julie Glicken 
Robert Gliebe 

Anthony Glovan 
Robert Gockel 
David Goda 
Marci Gold 
Thomas Golden 

Patricia Golinski 
Darinka Golobic 
Michelle Gordon 
Jeannie Gracie 
Larry Gray 

Daniel Graziano 
John Grebenc 
Joseph Grebenc 
Arthur Gregory 
Adrian Griffin 

Diane Griswold 
Robert Gross 
Kathy Grubar 
Suzanne Grze 
Stephanie Grzsik 

Richard Gudaitis 
Anita Gullo 
Michael Gullo 
Susan Gundling 
Leonard Gutka 

Vicki Guzzo 
Joyce Habenicht 
William Hach 
Mary Haines 
Tamee Haines 

Duane Hale 
Mary Hale 
John Hall 
Kathy Hall 
Pamela Hall 

Mary Jo Hanlon 
James Hanna 
Kimberly Hanna 
Patrick Hanratty 
Carl Hanson 

Holly Hanson 
DaleMarie Harai 
Jefferey Harich 
Barbara Harps 
Thomas Harrell 



Underclass/169 



Tony Hartman 
Jean Hasse 
John Hastert 
Carl Hatcher 
Henry Hausrath 

Jack Hay 
Daniel Hayman 
John Hayward 
Robert Heindel 
Leroy Hemraert 

Christopher Hendershot 
Randi Linn Hepp 
Chris Herak 
Diane Herak 
Terry Hershman 

Deborah Hertel 
Robin Heskett 
Thomas Hieber 
Mary Hirsch 
Beth Hlavec 

Sandra Hlebak 
Carrie Hocevar 
John Hocevar 
Kathy Hocevar 
Marlene Hodas 

Elizabeth Hoffert 
Kimberly Hoffmeyer 
Scott HoUmeyer 
Thomas Holtz 
Norbie Hongosh 

Marty Hulin 
Bonnie Humphrey 
Deborah Hunnel 
Kathy Huntsman 
June Huston 

Charles Hutchinson 
Karen Hutchinson 
Charles Imler 
Carol Imm 
Garth Irvine 

Carol Ivancic 
Susan Jackson 
Greg Jagiella 
Michael Jaklich 
Carol Jaksa 

Kathy Jakubisn 
Karen Janovics 
Cheryl Jazbec 
Robert Jerin 
Mark Jerson 

Annette Jicha 
Terry Jirousek 
Julie Jordan 
JoAnne Johnson 
George Junke 

Kathy Juratovic 
Lynn Justice 
Jill Kalves 
Tina Kane 
Patricia Kane 




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170/Underclass 




Paul Kaneen 
Patricia Kapler 
Laurie Kastelic 
Lorene Katarsky 
Eric Kato 

Mark Katrinak 
Brian Katz 
James Kaucic 
Joseph Kayza 
Peter Keck 

Gina Kekelis 
Kathy Kelley 
Joyce Kimack 
Alex Kimberly 
James King 

Julie Kinney 
Denise Kirchner 
Kathy Kirchner 
Robert Klein 
Rolf Kleinfeld 

Lori Klinko 
David Kloss 
Philomena Klun 
Barbara Kobe 
Kay Koci 

Sandra Kocin 
Dianne Konchan 
Joella Kooser 
John Kormos 
Kenneth Kosovich 

Kevin Koss 
Brian Kostreba 
Denise Kovalski 
Debbi Kowalkowski 
Susan Kozel 

Mark Kozlowski 
Anthony Kramer 
Diane Kramer 
Ronald Krivacic 
Daneta Krizanovic 

Susan Krotine 
Kenneth Krsolovic 
Robert Kunath 
Warren Kurtz 
JoAnne Lach 

Beverly Lane 
Kathy Lang 
Linda Laseak 
Thomas Latcovich 
Sharon Leinweber 

Edward Lengi 
Linda Leonhardt 
Robert Lepley 
Phil Lesefky 
Daniel Lesler 

Eric Leuzzi 
Ronald Lipscomb 
Lorie Lisi 
Sherri Litwinowicz 
Chuck Ljubi 



171A-Inderclass 



Bruce Lloyd 
Marcia Lokar 
Kim Lombard! 



Donna Lorence 
Jeff Lose 
Kathv Luce 



Dennis Ludwig 
Paul Luikart 
John Lusoski 



Robin Lutzweiler 
Larry Luzar 
James Lynch 



Mark Mahnic 
David Malenda 
Letitia Mancini 



John Manion 
Jack Mantz 
Janice Marino 
Robert Marino 
Robert Markiewicz 

Edward Martinenas 
John Maskonas 
Ken Massey 
Martin Massiello 
Ginny Matthews 

Mary Mavsar 
Russ May 
Gary McClurg 
Robert McConnell 
Beth McCraith 

Matthew McDonald 
Brian McDonough 
Bill McFadden 
James McGill 
Mary McLoughlin 

Michael Medves 
Eric Mensinger 
Robert Merison 
Stephen Metzger 
Susan Midolo 

Denise Mihelich 
Heidi Mihocik 
Richard Mikovic 
David Miller 
Diana Miller 

Kimberly Miller 
Margaret Miller 
Mary Miller 
Scott Miller 
Lawrence Mlakar 



172/Underclass 




Douglas Mocny 
Margaret Modic 
Denise Mog 
Cheryl Molesky 
Janet Monahan 




Sandra Noel 
Dale Noles 
Michael Noles 
Mark Novosel 
Diane Novotny 

Phyllis Novotny 
Wendy Ann Nulick 
Evan Nunnally 
Patrick Nusrala 
Kathryn Oakleaf 



173/Underclass 



Vince Oddo Giulio 
Robert Olgiate 
William Olgiate 
Brian O'Neill 
Dennis O'Neill 

John Ostberg 
Monica Otcasek 
Sheryl Otcasek 
Todd Palmer 
Donna Palubinskas 




What do you mean we look like dumb sophomores? 



Underclass Hangout! 



Valerie Paynich 
Mike Pedersen 
James Penza 



Kim Perkin 
Rick Perryman 
Ken Perusek 



Thomas Pestotnik 
Ken Petardi 
Karen Peterson 



Elaine Petkovsek 
John Petkovsek 
Pat Pettek 




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174AJnderclass 




Dale Pfriem 
Cynthia Phillippe 
Brian Phillips 



John Phillips 
Deborah Pierce 
Eric Pierson 



Ken Piet 

Elizabeth Pietraniozzi 

HoUie Pistillo 



Joni Plovock 
Ken Podriznik 
Karen Polunas 



James Post 
James Potocnik 
Elizabeth Powell 



Frank Powell 
Michelle Poyle 
Linda Poyorelsky 
Denise Pozelnik 
John Poznik 

Cathryn Pranskevich 
Deborah Pratt 
Nancy Pred 
Annette Prince 
Fred Putzbach 

Andrew Puz 

Steven Pyle 

Susan Rado 
■^^^J-'Jery Raggets 
w; irie Raggets 

Ham Rambeau 
3mi Rash 
amas Ray 
■eryl Raymont 
Jeffrey Reding 

Debra Redman 
Carla Reece 
Darrell Reed 
Eleanor Rees 
Connie Reese 

Gary Reese 
Craig Reeves 
Deborah Reiblein 
Jane Reid 
Frank Reilly 



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Robin Remnick 
Roy Reshetar 
Jeanette Ribarich 
Susan Ricci 
Denise Rich 



Underclass/175 



Carolyn Rinderle 
Marc Roeder 
Susan Roeder 
Toby Roeder 
Sally Romoser 

Deborah Roper 
Ray Rose 
Timothy Rote 
Anthony Rozman ■ 
David Rucker 

Chris Rupert 
Mark Ruscin 
Nick Ryan 
Ronald Ryavec 
Mary Saba 

Cathy Sakacs 
Karen Saley 
Wayne Sample 
Karen Sanborn 
Cindy Santorelli 

Kathleen Savage 
Thomas Savage 
Fran Savarin 
Anthony Savoca 
Nancy Sceranka 

Scott Schaefer 
Debra Schall 
Gale Scheimann 
Sandra Schieb 
Larry Schiffbauer 



Al Schlick 
Ron Schlickert 
Cynthia SchroU 



Frank Schuhle 
Lora Schultz 
Michael Schultz 



Helen Schulz 
John Schwarz 
Debra Seelev 



Joann Seibert 
John Serwatka 
Joseph Severini 



Larry Severino 
Daniel Sexton 
Leo Shaner 



Steven Sharp 
Laureen Shaw 
Tim Shea 




176AJnderclass 



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Bruce Shilander 
Terriann Shrout 
Robert Shultz 



Elizabeth Shutty 
Laura Sibert 
Michelle Sicurezza 



Glen Siders 
Robert Siefkes 
Diane Simon 



Allen Sisson 
James Sivik 
Michael Skrjanc 



Margy Skupic 
Beverly Skur 
James Slivers 



Marcia Slusser 
Ricky Smerdel 
Don Smith 



Eileen Smith 
Lorrie Smith 
Tina Snyder 
Jordan Soulerin 
Michael Soutar 

John South 
Brenda Southall 
Michael Speece 
Kathleen Spence 
Lorraine Spilker 

John Sporcic 
Jan Springborn 
Vickie Sprinkle 
Kurt Stalhuth 
Dorthie Stalzer 

John Stankiewicz 
Debra Starr 
Brigitte Stass 
Nancy Steinfurth 
Debra Stephens 

Jeffrey Stevko 
Linda Ste\'ko 
Don Stigamier 
Amy Stoch 
Kathy Stopko 

Diane Strang 
Mark Strathern 
Jeffrey Streich 
Gary Stroberg 
Ronald Strutz 



Underclass/177 



Garry Stuart 
James Stuber 
Mike Styliano\ 
Tom Swaidner 
Bob Swanev 

Barbara Swearmgen 
Carol Sylte 
Donna Szabo 
Dale Taddie 
Edward Takacs 

Joseph Talty 
Ralph Tanner 
Michael Taton 
Kathy Taylor 
Pamela Taylor 

Sandra Taylor 
Virginia Taylor 
Christine Tekancic 
Mary Jo Telich 
Claire Theodore 





I'd like some privacy; this is i 
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Barb Thompson 
Lynda Thompson 
Mark Thomas 
Ronald Thomson 
Mike Timm 

David Toth 

Lori Toigo 
Jayne Traxler 
Holly Trevathen 
William Tripp 





178AJnderclass 




John Trommetter 
Brian Truskoloski 
Donna Turk 
Gina Tutino 
Rich Ubl 

Lynne Ucic 
Robert Ullom 
William Ullom 
Ruth Umek 
Beverly Urban 

Terri Ussai 
David Valus 
Sndra Vanah 
Elizabeth Vance 
Dale VanPelt 

Laverne Vargo 
Susan Varwig 
Robert Vercellino 
Terry Vesel 
Paul Vidal 

Renee Voase 
Gil Vogel 
Larry Vollman 
Margaret Wade 
Derek Wagner 

Betty Walker 
Gail Walsh 
Ken Walsh 
Susan Walsh 
Jacqueline Walter 

Paul Walworth 
Mark Wandersleben 
Georganne Ward 
Laura Wardeiner 
Karen Waterman 



Susan Waterwash 
Janice Webster 
Charlene Weiss 



Beth Welton 
Nancy Werle 
David Werstak 



David Whitcome 
Wayne White 
Ken Whitlow 



Jeff Wightraan 
William Wile 
Thomas Wilkinson 



Pamela Williams 
Lawrence Wilson 
Kimberlv Wintle 



Underclass/179 



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Robert Wirsching 
Gary Wolski 
Karen Woodruff 
Karen Workman 
Fred Wyman 

Cheryl Yaggie 
Ron Yerman 
Brad Yokie 
Rich Yonokor 
Sharon Young 

Lacey Zachary 
Betty Zagorc 
Janice Zahurancik 
Anita Zak 
Chris Zaletel 



Donna Zaller 
Raymond Zaller 
Michael Zdanowicz 



Lori Zeitz 
Richard Zelman 
Barbara Zeman 



Michael Zerby 
Cheryl Zetkulich 
John Zigman 



Eric Zimmerman 
Michael Zingale 
Susan Znidarsic 



Marcie Zovack 
Stanley Zupancic 
Carla Zupanic 




Hey, Matt, how's it going? 



Robin Alaburda 
Raymond Baka 
Bev Bohrer 
Jeff Boyer 
Patricia Braddock 
Russell Brewer 
Susan Brown 
Kelley Buckels 
Randal Burge 
Jeff Cahill 
Linda Cahill 
Phillip Cahill 
Lorelle Calabrace 
Debbie Calahan 
Elizabeth Camino 
Carol Deemer 
Donna Demming 
Gary Ciomek 
Pat Clarke 



Ron Costello 
Scott Desmore 
Dean Derby 
Diane Devito 
Mat Donovan 
Adrian Dzeba 
Cheryl Fasuk 
Lily Grau 
Dan Griesmer 
Alex Grigor 
Linda Kastelic 
Joel Kerrett 
Steve Kerszdes 
Sharon Langdon 
Marvin Lind 
Darleene Luda 
Michael Ludvik 
Arvydas Mackevicius 
Kathleen Mannion 



NOT PICTURED 

Kim Markulin 
Dan Massey 
Luise Mazzaro 
Steven Metzger 
Brian Miller 
Bob Morgan 
Susan Morgan 
Lawrence Moss 
Alan Munice 
Keith Olinchic 
Joe Paratto 
Lisa Pascale 
Jean Pfeiffer 
Edith Piatt 
Ronney Restifo 
Kim Rexrode 
Deb Richmond 
Marion Rovce 



William Scott 
Michael Scully 
Laurie Shaw 
Ron Sebusch 
Michael Slaper 
Deborah Smith 
Harry Smith 
Tina Snyder 
Kurt Soeder 
Sue Stamberger 
Susan Stopko 
John Trotta 
Paula Vargo 
Gary Vintelic 
Jackie Walter 
Nancy Winchester 
Andy Zarlinski 
David Whitcomb 



ISOA-Inderclass 



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Timothy Carney 
Robert Casciato 
Harry Clapp 



Ann Marie Hayes 
Joseph Kain 
Michael Kemp 




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Have you ever felt like you were talking to a wall? 




Joseph Lambert 
Chris Myslinski 
Colleen O'Neill 
Linda Pogorolski 
Deni Pozelnik 

Joseph Radisek 
Cinithia Reel 
Bonnie Repar 
Gordon Ridd 
Cathy Rigsby 

Alon Roller 
Ken Schanz 
Janet Scott 
Richard Scale 
John Stansfield 

James Switzer 
Bonnie Urgeleit 
Patty Walker 
Phil Yakovac 
Brent Yoder 



Underclass/181 





Jordan. First period. Row 1, left to right: Bob Cahill, Karen Capadona, Tim Bauer, Scott Reese, Maureen 
Hanck, Phil Bradac, Row 2: Mary Pietrantozzi, Wendy Visage, Debbie Young, Joan Deveney, Gerry Keyse, 
Teresa Rzepl<owski, Pat Hrivank. Row 3: Paul Dimare, Kevin Ockuley, Jeff Swider, Mike McGill. Mike 
McCuUough, John Sivillo, Brian Rambeau. Row 4: Mike Stacic, Terry Obrien, Bill Glaser, Jeff Bordenero, 
Paul Shunk, Tom Valantino, Bob Kascak. 




That's SPIRIT 



By fourth period I'm awfully hungry 




Pringle. First Period. Row I, left to right: Mike Formica, Ronald Sapatka, Mary Ann Monateri, Sue Curtis. 
Gwen Bashline, Andrew Prause. Row 2: Lauren Brefelt, Debbie Vojtek, Rose Simek, Debbie Clarke, Cindy 
Evans, Lester Karol, Jan Berzin. Row 3: Wally Honer. Len Murg, Dave Traina, Mark Frey, Ron Saywell, 
Tony Bagwell, Gary Wiggins. 



182AJnderclass 





Carroff. First Period. Row 1. left to right: Monte Carlo, Bret Molnar, Stagy Wilson, Sue Archacki, 
Katyh Homar, Mary Beth Doblekar, Janice Kapec. Row 2: Jeff Gates, Kurt Mensinger, Dave Costan- 
zo, John Thomas, Carl Kozlowski, Shawn Kahl, Gordon Friel. Row 3: Mike Pozun, Kathy Smith, Bob 
Leonhardt, Karen Okleson, Spencer Brady, Joe Clark, John Trommetter. Absent: Mike Thompson, 
Dave Warder. 



)HN OSTBERG: This experiment is a pain 
the neck. 





Hall First Period Row 1, left to right Shem Cebul, Nancy Mikovic, Mike Strah, Mary Gargiulo, Ron 
Simmons, Scott Wise, Jim Bossard, Joyce Irv ine, and Donna Doles Rou 2 Sue Hadzima, Laura Neff, 
Carol Troha, Kim Sekulich, Lori Ivansek, Darlene Hausrath, Dave Ulepic Not pictured: Brenda 
Skoda. 




lderclass/183 




Aultz. Second Period Rou 1, left to right: Karen Genelius, Joe Hanak. Lori Hulin, Joy Mast, Jill 
Primeau, Liza Dznzinger Row 2: Debra Clabough, Karen Centa, Cindy Meyers, Jeanine Stanley, Sue 
Kraince, Cheryl Abazia. Row 3: Dot Schultz, Nada Jaklic, Mary Erdani, Sandra Barbato, Sam 
Mason, Jeanine Rupsic. Row 4: Eric Hummelman, Kurt Sustarsic, John Bergman, Scott Wilson, 
Lorraine Matuch. 




Caroff. Second Period Row 1, left to right: Randy Ganett, Lauren Kazen, Barb Hasse, 
Audrey Urbancic, Debbie McCalla. Row 2: Bob Bachmann. Don Poropat. Randy Jones, 
Bob Ross, Denise Smith, Chris Dinasky. Row 3: Ed Madry, Joe Kovac, Tom Vulich. Doug 
Ferrell, Bob Blaskovic, Jim Sumner. Absent: Russ Hennie. 



184AJnderclass 




Brown. Second Period. Row 1, left to right: Jackie Parker, Peggy Fowle, Lori Battaglia, Debby Smith, Ken 
Pedersen, Kathy York. Row 2: Melinda Wilker, Kathie Hoag. Jackie Archibald, Donna Luce, Bill Seuffert, 
Howard Scanlan, Jim Eiermann. Row 3: Henry Graham, Chuck Battles, Randy Weizer, Jim Thompson, 
Emily Godler, Tammy Polly, Allan Mackovjak. Row 4: Joe Szabo, Linda Mikolich, Sam Delzappo, Bruce 
Blosser, Robin Lampela, Sharon Kingsmill, Kevin Reed. Not Pictured: Judy Christmeyer, Judy Brechun. 




offer. Second Period. Row 1, left to right: Roselyn Petri, Daniel Miller, Jesse Becerra, Thomas 
rady, Lillian Lis. Row 2: Tina Snyder, Michael Kleinhenz, Mary Jane Vahcic, David King, Darrell 
eras. Row 3: Daniel Strosnider, Douglas Moore, Kent Will, Douglas Doyle, Gary Strunge. 






Gale. Second Period Row 1. left to right Al Radisek, Dennis Yeckley, Jim Strmac, Doug Sheridan. LouAnn 
Piper. Row 2 Pat Blase, Brenda White, Laura Anderson, Ivy Blott, Laura Tomaselh. Patricia English Row 
3: Karen Maksymowicz, Charles Carter, Margaret Mobbs, Barry Sobale, Laura Plavcan, Mary Golden Row 
4: Dino Civitares, James Audenberg, Robert Frieden, Paul Barry, Mark Kleinhenz, Gary Pecnik, Dan 
Hastings Not pictured; William Hoge, Lisa Lanese, Ronald Robinson, Kimberley Woods, Gregory Capper 




"Cindy Farkas, did you use Ultra Bright this mornmg''' 




Sliter. Third Period. Row 1. left to right: Joseph Kochevar, Laura Sanderson, Sue Ross. Bev Tucci, Steve 
Ladovich, Steve Swift Row 2: Tom Husa, Art Kramer, Cliff Kime, Tom Abramczyk, Eric Rutan. Carl Hill 
Not pictured: Judith Ward, Brian McColi, Donna Radabaugh 



186AJnderclass 




iltz. Third Period. Row I, left to right: Beth Telich, Jeanne Mason, Peg Gizzi, Emily Burns, 
ibin Lamm, Jeff Schellentrager. Row 2: Rich Underkofler, Diane Rawlings, Sheri Mikanovich, 
V Tramsak, Lori Jones, Debra Lusky, Peg Rinderel.i?ou)3: Perry Edelbergs, Kevin Palmer. Tom 
innaford, Joyce Waschura, Jan Novotny, Sue Prizzi. 




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Hall. Third Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Terri Barile, Terri Erikson, Adrienne Fowler, Lynn Taska, 
LindaGlick, Clayton Van Gastel. Row 2: Terri Sliva, Chris Austlug, Debbie Harvey, Kathy Lamont, 
Vickie Sieferd, Kevin Mix. Row 3: Dan Debevc, Sue Huelsman, Sally Czomba, Diana Glavan, 
Darlene Paonsha, Margot Yane. Row 4: Dom DiVincenzo, Ernest Ritz, Bob Sump, Bill Mabel, David 
Longstreth, Bill Serazin, John Miller. 




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Hall Fourth Period Rou I Left to Right Sandv Barnett, Chris Troha, Steve 
Cardile, Marilee Rojeck, Theresa Wright, Ray Jablonski Row 2 Amv Arps, Bar- 
bara Hribar, Don McLaughlin, Michelle Cutshall, Gerri Walker, Sue Powell. 
Row 3: Duane Nordstrom, Michele Vidra, Jerry Brickman, Mike Christopher, 
Bob Herp, Keith Blair. Row 4: Wayne Kowici, Jim Perl, Pat Shaner, Jim Koss, 
Harry Shafer. 




"What kind of fool am P" 




Brown Fourth Period Row I, Left to Right: Suzanne DeLuca, Diane 
Serksnis, Brian Cerbin, Peggy McLoughlin, Kathy Geer, Lorraine Peters. 
Row 2: Mare Zak, Carolyn Thompson, Cheryl Mo'dic, Linda Lender, Tina 
Corbran. Jo MulhoUand. Row 3: Linda Fresenko, Kelly Martin, Debby 
Leveno, Sandy Schmid, Cyndi Jaklich, Kay Thomas. Row 4: Lenny 
Thompson. Kris Weingard, Kelvin Dester, Phil Held, Cindy Todd, Lynn 
Roberts, Joanne Figler, Mike lafigliolla. Not Pictured: Gale Seifert. 



f^ingle. Fourth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Kerry Walsh, Janice Kems, 
Joseph Zanghi, Loreen Perko, Susan Naro. Row 2: Cindy Cek, Robin 
McElevain. Dale Barnes, Mike Pelviso. Roberta Hiestek. Row 3: Nancy 
Brass. Nick Bucceri, Kevin Bynne. Leonard Bovvers. Mark Ebersbacher. 
Row 4: Kevin Crav, Thadius Anderson. Frank Treverthen. Bruce Lilley. 
Kim Popovic. 




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Aultz. Fourth Period. Row 1 (Left to Right): Sue Knight, Connie Sims, Debbie Sidak, Randy Turk, 
Doug Boone. Row 2: Laura Hood, Mary Pat Cosgriff, Laurie Nawor, Patty DeMarco, Judy Godnavic. 
Row 3: Mike Columbus, David Jones, Bobbi Prioreschi, Paula Daniels, Diane Rado. Row 4: Mike 
Lynch, Rick Bregitzer, Mike Byers, Tom Salopek, Bob Keller, Bob Campus. 




Gale. Fifth Period Row 1 (Left to Right) Lisa Hanson, Eileen Murphy, Beth Hart, Lori Smith, Nan- 
cy Voll, Mary Troha. Row 2: Richard Doles, Randy South, James Evan, Debra Andrews, Carol Ker- 
nys, Daniel Johnson. Row 3: Robert Papp, Terry Cannon, Mike Bronaka, Ronald Dutko, John Coll- 
ing, Christopher Uran. Not Pictured: Robert Perusek, Jerome Lynch, Dawn Davies. 




vn. Fifth Period. Row 1 (Left to Right): Joe Freeh, Jim Re, Steve Ellis, 
e Candela, Ray Eberwein, Dave D'Amico. Row 2: Mickey Karaba, Sandy 
ikiewicz, Cyndi Ujcic, Lisa Aten, Joe Hrutkay, John Behra. Row 3: Mona 
ivsek, Karen Besselman, Lynne Kiro, Mike Lonchar, Bob Ortman, Bob 
idy. Row 4: Gary Coulter, Beth Salosky, Frank Ujcic, Bill Schwenner, Ron 
iko, Gary Reese. 



Hall. Fifth Period. Row 1 (Left to Right): Dan Davies, Laverne Nocera, 
Scott Lichvar, Richard Schauer, Tricia Stewart. Row 2: Mike Popovic, 
Kim Kaifesh, Mike Pyle, Bob Gold, Linda Ice. Row 3: Dan Barba. Gary 
Keefe, Bob Gilbert, Mike Semega, Mike Tortorici, Debbie Markert. 
Row 4: Rich Armstrong, Dennis Ravella, Brian Swatty, Kirk William- 
son, Jim Clabough, Bob Yuko. 







"Gee, those balloons look good.'' 






Mularo. Fifth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: James Simpson, Denise Lorence, Cynthia Jeffrey, Martha 
Mayer, Mary Wolenski, Wendy Streble. Row 2: Nick Hadzema, Jody Holloway, Kathy Sawyer. Lin 
da Bratina, Anne Miller, Mary McCuUough. Row 3: John Brodhacker, Russell Choffin, Paul Stroud 
Luann Dudley, Tracy Wintle, Jeff Gaydos. Row 4: Linda Lisi, Paul Mihacevich, Donald Swift, Ton 
Knific, Tom Rotat, Trevor Zachary, Leslie Conley. 




Gale. Sixth Period.Row 1, Left to Right :MaTcia Domitar, Lora Holcombe, 

Jennv Gephart, Juanita Cook, Susan Liggett, Denise Chabrand. Row 2: 
Sandra Patfield, Tina Gullo, Michael UUe, Alfred Johnson, Jeffrey Cahill, 
Sandra Smith. Row 3: Mike Polinski, Annette Rocco, Linda Shanks, 
Debra Laseak, William Stephens, Charles Reese. Row 4: Preston Neal, 
Louis DeLucca, Paul Yanchar, David Bargione, Michele Carney, Anthony 
Kosir. Not Pictured: Robert Fiffik, Doreen Miller, Kenneth Watson. 



Aultz. Sixth Period. Row I, Left to Right Ingrid Lackner, Linnea Purvis 
Pete White, Cheryll Sopnicar. Rou 2 Debbie Polaski, Chris Gole, Lizs 
Mantz, Tim Russell, Kathy Rossmann Row 3 Denise Ayers, Evelyn 
Pana, Amy Lutz, Amy Hill, Mary Lou Stermole. Row 4. Jim Drobnick, 
Chris Gelev, Chuck Sherrill, Davovin Slat, Diane Lockhart. 





This is mv favorite class. 



Carmody. Sixth Period. Row 1. Left to Right: Jim Haney, Pat Lovano, Dale Zaieniakas, Dave Sadowski, 
Len Cefaratti, John Fereneak. Row 2: Mark Springer, John Calabrese, Chuck Omdoff, Tom Walter, George 
Allen, Tim Hughes. Not Pictured: Don Johnston, Brad Snyder. 



190AJnderclass 





Petrovic. Sixth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Kathy Stigamier, Mary Centa, Dennis 
MaLaney, Linda Yeckley, Peggy Rohlke, Use Dougherty. Row 2: Kathy Mendoza, Linda 
Ludvik, Mike Dolsen, Larry GUcken, Dave Nelson, Kurt Flender. Row 3: Carol Gumowski, 
Wayne Rabat, Dave Jasin, Jerry Colaric, Rick Ray, Mark Kapp. Row 4: Barb Chuha, Ed 
Szalay, John Leovich, Don Traina, Judy Urban, Jeff Witt, Rich Renbarger, Not Pictured: 
Rich Valko, John Roper. 




Jordan. Seventh Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Donna Alecci, Debbie Bliss, Ron Breedan, 
Elaine Rukule, Pat Bryan, Row 2: Bonnie Hirsch, Gerry Simko, Chris Recnik, Gary Koroly, 
Kathy Keeler, Row 3: Chuck Becker, Frank Cigoy, Bob Szalaz, Monica Vitolo, Joyce 
Marincic, Kathy Tekancic, Row 4: Dan Misch, Dean Harris, Bob Yanacek, Bob Spike, 
Ruth Grabinski 




ngle. Seventh Period. Row l.LefttoRight.Iiiane Vasac, Barb Daltan, Michelle 
mitor, Joan Nunnally, Barb Mandato, Patricia Cek, Row 2: Ken Jazbec, 
resa Blakely, Barb Ducco, Marge Nocera, Sarah Bawraan, Michael Johnson, 
w 3: David Zinyeivski, Tim Patete, John Paulos, Dave Sidman, Bonnie 
ooker, Janet Kerms, Row 4: Duane Reschke, Barb Szabo, Charlene Latch, 
role Baizel, Linda McNamara, Nancy Kastelic. 



Aultz. Seventh Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Carrie Franko, Ken 
Kender, Debbie Jordan, Donna Zuvo, Sandy DiTomaso, Robin 
Glickey, Row 2: Karen Marten, Sue Oboezky, Jim Zakrajsek, Diane 
Kavel, Tammy Lang, Dave DiVito. Row 3: Diane Pierce, Mark 
Harmon, Scott Williams, Scott Wilson, Cindy Johnson, Linda Bat- 
dorf. Row 4: Tom Wandersleber, Steve Camp, Vic Nolan, Walt 
Stipkovich, Tim Snyder, Bob Maxwell, Bob Ruuska. 



Underclass/191 




Brown. Seventh Period Row 1, Left to Right Kathv Pavis, Pat Picozzi, 
Barb Kirchner, Norm Wright, Pam Shaffer, Diane Hribar, Row 2: Gary 
Wolf. Craig Easier, Susan Humsoth, Cheryl Engleking, Judy Hanlon, 
Cheryl Warner, Row 3: Nada Coso, Kim Ross, Patty Toigo, Carrie 
Isbestor, Mary Kotar, Alan Lester, Row 4: Karen Taulien, Joann Gugliot- 
ta, Pam Golden, Dan Crawford, Bob Clapp, Judy Purvis, Joanne Oyaski, 
Not Pictured: Kathy Trok, Darlene Swihart. 




Petrovic. Seventh Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Wendy Frantz, Lynn 
Milner, Judy Arnold, Floreene Cook, Kathy Deveney, Row 2: Debbie 
McCrory, Andrea Reece, Cindy Walter, Dean Colantonio, Matt Massella, 
Row 3: Terry Wiggins, Chris Gruber, Ron Stoss, Patrick Doyle, Dennis 
Lambert, Sharon Hlebak, Row 4: Kenneth Leuzzi, Terry Zitnik, Dewayne 
Smiddy, Jeff Wanchisn, Freddie Slavec, Ed Popovic. 




Hall. Eighth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Peggy Laycock, Gail Dutcher, 
Tunde Csiszar, Cathy Massaro, Craig Yoder, Laura Bealko. Row 2: John 
Lesnick, Alice Tercek, Linda Snook, Monna Stepanski, Daryl Fanney, 
Gary Shay. Row 3: John Morris, Mike Batchko, Vesna Matic, Kevin 
Wasilko, Linda Kordich, Dino Grida, Mike Evert. Row 4: Tim Casten, 
Tom Young, Jim Reilly, Scott Daugherty, Mike Yurkovich, Don Ipavec, 
Wayne Mrofchak. 




Lellis. American Cultural Studies. Row 1, Left to Right: Pat Campbell, Renee Fetko, Linda 
Turk, Marylin Carter, Lauren Parsons, Pat DeFrain. Row 2: Debbie Manfredonia, Patty Ar- 
nold, Lisa Goldrich, Ken Dorsch, Diane McCarty, Nicky Lowe. Row 3: Sue Moeller, Mary 
Latham, Ron Ranollo. Don Willingham, Robin Pinkava, Joe Chromanski, Mike Svilar. Row 4: 
Laurie Foreman. Sharon Strauss, Laura Kotonowski, Kurk Sonne, Rod Ehrhart, Randy Shirk, 
Heather Stump. 



192AJnderclass 





)wn. Eighth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Cindy Ostrunic, Bob Tutolo, Dorthy 
litney, Retta Berarinelli, Debby Zaller, Row 2: Ron Abramczyk, Bonnie 
mkall, Lee Lumadue, Mark Julian, Sheila Smith, Nadine McClean, Row 3: 
thy Kosowich, Marcia Lantzy, Kathy Cowling, Linda Suchevits, John Fette, 
t Pictured: Fred Churchill, Joe Bartel, Ken Bosher, Jim Rymarczyk, Chris 
tfield. 



Gate. Eighth Period. Ruw 1. Left tii Right Martin LaCava. Zeljka 
Laus, Diane Trgo, Lorraine Belle, \Villiam McGregar, Cvnthia 
Cover, Row 2: Josephine Strle, Karen Johnson, Dale Orlando^ Anne 
Kish, Robert Ferryman, Euegene Chiara, Row 3: William 
Kobetitsch, Edward Fabec, Louis Dottore, Johnna Balasko, 
Kimberley Gross, Deborah Shipley, Row 4: Carl Bosco, George 
Lohri, Robert Brinko, Eric Winkler, Robert Brawski, Charles 
Abraham, Not Pictured: Walter Nach, Gordon Faith 





Caroff. Eighth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Ted Baldassarr, 
Al Leinweber, Jim Katosic, Debbie Hopton, Dave Carlson, 
Joan Gundling, Row 2: Ed Eloss, Joan Weis, John Mandato, 
Jim Swanson, Terese Burke, Ken Adams, Row 3: Kim 
Pearch, Dawn Hector, Carol Dallos, Perry Erdelac, Ken 
Klepac, Tony Cell, Not Pictured: Lou Dommer. 



lis. Eighth Period. Row 1, Left to Right: Kurt Dieckmann, Sylvia Krulc, Nancy Ayers, Beverly Hinkle, 
erie Tancredi, Cathy Melfi, Helmut Richardt. Row 2: Philip Braun, Cathy Miller, Paul Gubanc, Joe 
;edus, Jeff Lane, Eric Mizner, Jim Orme. Row 3: John Kaunas, Frank tjlle, Jim Schmidt, Martin 
cciaroni, Chuck Nicholls, Cherly Powell, Roger Miller, Not Pictured: Nancy Santa. 





Underclass/193 



194/Activities 






Activities/195 



People in motion are everywhere, get- 
ting involved with the many diver- 
sified activities and clubs to satisfy 
each individual person. Moving from 
Ad club to Wai Napolo it is easy to 
discover people growing within 
themselves and reaching out to 
others. 




ACTIVITIES IN 




196/Activities Introduction 




Activities Introduction/197 



Child Care 

Experience is the greatest teacher and 
this adage would be approved by the 
girls who participate in the day care 
center program at Noble Elementary 
School. They get on-the-job ex- 
perience by working one-half of their 
days working and playing with the 
children in an effort to learn more 
about early childhood education. 

Row 1, (L to R): Jan Brandt, Joy Lorek, Patti 
Loraw, Cindy Faunce. Row 2: Donna Jo Carlo, 
Vicki Miller, Jackie Engel, Sue Hogan, Debby 
Prioreshi. Row 3: Laura Kelember, Kim 
Kester, Debi Hyle, Leigh Avery. 






■^ure 1 Row 1: (L to R) Bill Hach (V.P.), 
;bv Garcia (exchange student), Fran White 
Debbie Blevins (Sec), Liz Morvaji 
■eas.) Row 2: Lynn Multhaup, Cindy 
;rick, Sheri Saletrik, Vanessa Evanick, 
rol Imm, Maureen Hanlon, Paula Arvay, 
ather Stump, Gary Ziccardi, Sue Prizzi, 
me Lo^khart Row 3: Mary Brigden, Karen 
;odruff, Kim Kaifesh, Londa Jue, Lori 
ilker, Denise Calvert, Warren Kurtz, 
rolyn Picciano, Debbie Polaski, Jeanne 
ison, Nancy Ayers Row 4: Bill Swartz, 
aren Parsons, Tedd AUchin, Mike Bor- 
laro, Christi Casstevens, Debbie Stephens, 
me Rawlings, Elrod Saletrik, Phil Braun 

ture 2 



Picture 2 Row 1: (L to R) Fia Skagius, Vicki 
Ridd, Anne Yager, Scott Easter, Jan UUman, 
Holly Trevarthen, Judy Kopec, Marianne 
Salomone Row 2: Karen Vuranch, Tony Fistek, 
Bill Decatur, Beth Kardos, Betty Walker, Barb 
Winters, Diane Beal, Denise Ayers, Lois Buck, 
Elaine Roshong Row 3: Mary Murphy, Kurt 
Eyeman, Pat DeFrain, Beth Hlavac, Jean 
Panter, Cindy Farkas, Gail Erosky, Greg Drex- 
ler, Pat Skurl, Sue Ruzich Row 4: Kathy Men- 
doza, Sue Archacki, Sylvia Krulc, Karen Cen- 
ta, Bonnie Humphrey, Ann Cesar, Joe 
Choromanski, Kim Katosic Row 5: Bud Capes, 
Bill Dodds, Mary Jo Hanlon 



American 

Field 

Service 



American Field Service is an 
organization always in motion, con- 
stantly holding various exciting ac- 
tivities for its members, such as ice 
cream parties, hayrides and picnics. 
AFS is not strictly a "fun" club 
though; the members enthusiastically 
enter into various fund-raising ven- 
tures to help sponsor the Exchange 
Student Program for Euclid's foreign 
students who visit us annually. 




AFS/199 



Astronomy 
Club 

The star-studded eyes of this group of 
students move with the lens of the 
telescope to hopefully discover and 
learn about those brillant bits of light 
in the night sky that we call the stars. 

First Row: (L to R) Arthur Gregory, John 
Petkovsek Row 2: Annette Prince, Karen 
Woodruff, Mr. Francetic, Roy Armacher, Tim 
Rote, Dr. Powaski 



Chess Club 

Future geniuses training in Chess 
Club, the members contemplate 
moves and their opponent's moves, 
always trying to put them in check, or 
to even reach the climactic point with 
a checkmate. 

Row 1: (L to R) Perry Edinbergs, Tom Becker, 
?, Mike Popovic,?, Bill Rambow 





200/Activitie9 




Camera Club 

The photo bugs of EucHd, through the 
Photography Club, get a chance to 
compare new techniques, cameras, 
films, and all the other paraphernalia 
which a true photo bug collects. 
Hopefully this comparison will help 
enrich these ambitious 
photographers. 

Row 1: (L to R) George Lundskow, Jim 
Suschak, Dave Kirbish, John Hastert, Arthur 
Gregory 




Camera Club/201 



PA 

And 
Audio 
Visual 



Those morning announcements don't 
come on instantaneously; it takes the 
dedicated service of the members of 
PA and Audio Visual Clubs to keep 
the announcements coming in clear to 
the students. They also aid the school 
in setting up all the audio equipment 
for teachers and for school functions. 
They certainly deserve our thanks. 

PA Club (L to R): Chuck Lehman. Doug Nic- 
cum. Mr. Staines, Jim Suschek. 

Audio Visual (L to R): Brain Cerbin, Dave 
Valus. Row 2: Doug Niccum, Brain Katz, Allen 
Lester. Row 3: Carl Hanson, Tom Anderson, 
Duane Reschke. 





202/PA and Audio Visual Club 




en she said go to 




500 Mile 

500 Mile Club is a group of dedicated 
guys who run through rain, snow, and 
every different kind of weather to 
achieve their goal to run 500 miles in 
a specified amount of time. They 
brave the wilds of the area to keep up 
the running motion so that they can 
prove to themselves that they can do 
it. 

500 Mile Club (L to R): Mr. Muscarella. Mike 
Chase. Row 2: Phil Campus, Mark Wade, .John 
Wright. 

"Should I tackle him?" 




WA8ZGE 



The Euclid High Amateur Radio 
Club was created to provide an 
operating facility for licensed "hams'" 
and to teach interested people the 
necessary information to obtain an 
amateur license. The entire club en- 
joys a well equipped room, including 
an elaborate antenna system. Thus 
the members can make contacts to 
amateurs all over the world. 

Radio Club (L to R): Jeff Stevko, Cathy 
Lehman, Chuck Lehman, Rod Ehrhart. Roir S.- 
Dave Nelson, .Joanne Oyaski, Ted Fox. Preston 
Neal, Lisa Goldrich. 



500 Mile. Radio Club/203 




Sandv Krasovec 



Cheerleaders 

The cheerleaders are always in mo- 
tion, either in the informal and 
sometimes tedious practice sessions, 
or the "real thing." They combine 
tricky jumps and motions with basic 
chants to keep the spirit alive at 
EUCLID. 




204/Cheerleaders 




Cheerleaders/205 



O.E.A. 



General Office Clerks 

The purpose of this well-organized 
club is to unite in a common bond. 
Students enrolled in classes with of- 
fice employment as their objective. 
Developing leadership abilities is ac- 
complished in this industrious club 
by promoting participation in 
vocational education, civic, 
recreational, and social activities 
throughout the community. 

General Office Clerks Row 1 (L to R): Kathy 
Loomis, Paula Copeland, Terry Wasilko, 
Audrey Petkovsek, Debbie Barresi, Lynn Man- 
fredonia. Row 2: Nancy Kapec, Laura Boyd, 
Arlene Kramer, Pat Chubb, Vicky Parkinson, 
Elaine Griesmer. Row 3: Barbara Perry, Sandy 
Midolo, Nancy Nickles, Maureen Sullivan, 
Elyse Gallo. Missing: Linda Cain. 

O.E.A. 




O.E.A. General Office Clerks 



The former Office Education Associa- 
tion, under the new title of Junior 
Stenography, brings students 
together in an effort to develop 
leadership in vocational education. 
Through their many experiences, 
these students prepare to enter com- 
petition for the vast field of office 
work during school and after gradua- 
tion. 

O.E.A.— Junior Stenography Row 1 IN to R): 
Betty Zagorc, Jan Webster, Mary Haines, 
Sharon Leinweber, Deni Pozelnik, Cheryl 
Yaggie. Row 2: Nancy Doganiero, Cheryl 
Zetkulich, Lorie Lisi, Debbie Schall, Betty Jo 
Shutty, Naomi Rash. Row 3: Dorothie Stalzer, 
Terry Moses, Kathy Kirchner, Pam Hall, 
Joanne Mramor, Linda Boettcher. Row 4: 
Margy Skupic, Kathy Criado, Leslie Budnar, 
Lorrie Smith, Jan Zahurancik, Joyce Kimack, 
Michelle Coakley, student teacher. 



206/Activities 





).E. Vocational Stenography 11 




C.O.E. 



The Vocational Stenography II club 
members practice the skills they 
learn in business courses and apply 
them to real life situations. Develop- 
ing youth-leadership activities they 
prepare themselves for jobs after they 
graduate from Euclid Senior High. 

Vocational Stenography II Row 1 (L to R)' 
Pinkie Surrena, Mary Beth Slattery. Maryann 
Baldassarre. Dorina Kubiez, Valerie Bible. 
Terri Krysiak. Row 2: Carol Strell, Chris 
Hoinski, Carole Tartaglia, Cindi Bogos, Alice 
Wyman, Debbie Schimmelman. 

Vocational Clerk Typists Row 1 (L to R): Don- 
na Zaller, Deni Gibson, Karen Saley. Lynne 
Ucic. Connie Nelson. Row 2: Jan Patfield 
Laurie Raggets. Liz Pietrantozzi, Cathie For 
tunato, Lynda Fraley, .Joann Siebert. Mrs. M 
Huefner. Row 3: .Joni Plovock, Kim Miller 
Debbie Pierce. Kathy Mulligan. Vicki Dow- 
ning, Anne Payne. Missing: Stephanie Grzsik 



I.E. Vocational Clerk Typists 




I.O.E. 



I.O.E. Starting with this year's junior 
class the I.O.E. was formed. The 
original club was the Office Educa- 
tion Association which originated in 
1966. It develops business skills in 
future clerk typists and presents 
them with an idea of their future. 



Activities/207 



FBLA 



Future Business Leaders of America, 
in their quest to learn more about the 
world after graduation, move up 
ahead of their fellow students by do- 
ing jobs concerning the business 
world, in competition with each other 
for awards. 





Row 1, (L to R): Lynn Ucic, Vickie Boetcher, 
Mary Haines, Kathy Savage, Marge Supic, 
Andy Strok. Row 2: Cynthia Synk, Cheryl 
Scott, Joanne Mramor, Nancy Steinfurth, 
Kathy Bergant. Row 3: Marie Vranekovic, Pat 
Skurl, Terry Vessel, Doug Harvey. 



President Vickie Boetcher 



Other Officers: Nancy Steinfurth, Kathy 
Savage, Mary Haines and Andy Strok. 



COE Second Period Mr. Sawyer 





Row 1: (L to R) Cindy Shiron, Jan Kostan 
Shirley Kojancic, Pat Zahorsky. Lynn Kickle 
Donna Wata. Row 2: Karen Hunt, Karen Giun 
ta, Denise Johnson, Connie Gorapic, Robert! 
Vitanza, Joan Cameron. Row 3: Richarc 
Gallon, Margaret Viaginas, Laurie Evans 
Maggie Mikulin, Debbie Tonn, Michelh 
Artzner, Mr. Sawyer. 




Vocational and 
Industrial Club 

This active club trains students in 
trade and industrial activities. 
Preparing for the world of work they 
compete in various skill contests win- 
ning the opportunity to attend 
Leadership Training Seminars. 

Picture One 

Row 1: (L to R) Mary Riggs, Julie Oferle. Judy 

Karlovic, Joe Pesec, Chris Walsh, Mr. Eichorn. 

Row 2: Elaine Myslinski, Ted Sabat, Jim 

Scheff, Dale Booms, Cindy Tamborelb, Mary 

Lynch. 



ture One. 



Picture Two. 






Picture Two 

Row 1: (L to R) Rocco Pignitello. Tim Gunther, 
Jan Frazier, Roger Lokar, Stacy Brizes, Jackie 
McGruder. Row 2: Ralph, Bill Markel, Ron 
Uricko, Craig Nusrala, Sue Beni, Martha 
Swanhart, Chuck Sesak. 



Vocational and Industrial Club/209 



'Please, magic carpet take me home." 



210/Fall 




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i, the maid 


Chris Perdan 


ss Skillon 


Lydia Blazum 


nelope Troop 


Marie Vranekovic 


mel Toop 


Doug Harvey 


rporal Clive Winton 


Rick Cowan 


e Bishop of Lax 


Randal Johnson 


e Intruder 


Mark Fetko 


mphrey 


Richard Braun 


rgeant Towers 


Joe Choromansky 


uick, get it off my back! 


" 




See How 
They Run 

This year's fall play was a fast- 
moving comedy based on mistaken 
identity. All who were involved work- 
ed hard, and after one weekend it was 
all memories. 

The question bigger than who the real 
vicar was seemed to be "who owned 
the place." 

Those who witnessed opening night 
saw a mysterious hand closing an 
open door while all those backstage 
hid. 





Play/211 



Girls' 

Athletic 

Association 

The cheers and moans that you hear 
in the girls' gym after school are those 
of volleyball, basketball, and 
deck tennis teams in their attempts 
to win games and have fun. G.A.A. is 
constantly in motion through inter- 
murals, car washes, bake sales, and 
pop-corn sales. Then the eventful 
year is capped off with the exciting 
annual banquet. 

Executive board: (L to R): Sue Znidarsic. 
secretary; Sue Naininger, sports coordinator; 
Sue Rossmann, Jayne Rohlke. Row 2: Laura 
Wardeiner, Laura Lindsay, vice-president; Sue 
Vulich. president; Barb Rado, treasurer; Joy 
Wiskes, Barb CaveU. 




Rae Oyaski backs up Sue Rossmann in a G.A.A. deck tennis match. 




212/G.A.A. 



Patty Arnold 
Debbie Baker 
Sandra Barbato 
Marilynn Carter 
Barb Cavell 
Myra Christensen 
Barb Ehrhart 
Cindy Farkas 
Renee Fetko 
Laurie Foreman 
Sue Gizze 
Patti Golinski 
Sue Hrastar 
Amy Hill 
Donnie Humphrey 
Nada Jaklic 
Cheryl Jasbec 
Julie Jordan 
Londa Jue 
Julie Kaucic 
Connie Keller 
Sue Knight 
Kay Koci 
Diane Konchan 
Laura Korynoski 
Collen Lexa 
Laura Lee Lindsay 
Denise Lorence 
Donna Lorence 




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'*-~es 



Debbie Lusky 
Mary Manners 
Cathy Miller 
Sheri Mikanovich 
Sue Nainiger 
LaVerne Nocera 
Jan Novotny 
Sue Oboczky 
Monica Otasek 
Audrey Petkovsek 
Barb Rado 
Sue Rado 
Vicki Ridd 
Jayne Rohlke 
Sue Rossmann 
Marianne Salamone 
Cathy Smith 
Sharon Strauss 
Diane Theodos 
Lynda Thompson 
Donna VanPelt 
Marie VanPelt 
Diane Theodos 
Lynda Thompson 
Donna VanPelt 
Marie Vranekovic 
Sue Vulich 
Laura Wardeiner 
Dorthy Whitney 
Donna Zaller 
Sue Znidarsic 



GAA/213 



Eucuyo 



The best things in Hterature are right 
here in Eucuyo. Pubhshed yearly, 
this book presents the best short 
stories, poems, art and photography 
that exists at EucHd High. Through 
most of the year the members are in 
constant motion selling patrons selec- 
tions of the work and the final 
decisions of the publication are made. 

Eucuyo — First Row (L to R): Debbie Blevins, 
Nancy Caldron, Robin Haskett. Row 2; Kathy 
Wiehn, Liz Powell, Cindy Marek, Anne Kobe, 
Robin Pinkava. Row 3: Mr, Aultz, Charles 
Sherrill, Chris Krall, Mr. Henderson. 

G.L.C. Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): 
Donna VanPelt, Laura Lindsay. Row 2: Jayne 
Rohlke, Chris Perdan, Connie Keller, Sue 
Rossmann, Barb Rado. 



214/Activities 




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Bottom Row (L to R): Carolyn Picciano, 
Bethann Miller, Kim Kaifesh. Row 2: Jim 
Katosic, Terese Burke, Betty Radisek, Barb 
Erhardt. Row 3: Joanne Oyaski, Lenny 
Thompson, Tim Rote, Warren Kurtz, Rick 
Armstrong. Not Shown: Use Dougherty, Lynn 
Roberts, Cathy Szabo, Debbie Lanese, Rick 
Austin. 

Student Store 

Student Store — supplies and endless 
lines of students with countless items 
such as certs, notebooks, pens, and 
other necessities desperately needed 
by the students and teachers. The 
staff of Student Store works hard to 
keep everything moving in the course 
of the day by counting the money and 
always hoping for a "perfect" day. 




Gym 
Leaders 

The Girl's Gym Leaders are an 
energetic crew dedicated to helping 
the Girl's Physical Education with 
the gym classes. They take atten- 
dance, lead exercises, demonstrate 
skills and aid the teacher in any way 
they can. Therefore, giving the 
students more time to participate in 
various activities. The club also is 
very busy during the year with car 
washes, bake sales, pretzel sales, can- 
dy sales and the flower sale for Valen- 
tine's Day. This all goes to the annual 
banquet at the end of the year. Also 
this year the leaders received 1st 
place in the float competition at 
homecoming for their owl. 

G.L.C. Bottom Row (L to R): Chris Perdan, 
Donna VanPelt, Laura Lindsay. Jayne Rohlki, 
Barb Rado, Sue Rossmann, Connie Keller. 
Row 2: Sue Vulich, Carolyn Picciano, Darla 
Dackiewicz, Lori Witt, Rae Oyaski, Julie Jor- 
dan. Row 3: Mary Murphy, Cindy Farkas, 
Doreen Dackiewicz, Sue Kozel, Laura 
Wardeiner, Joy Wiskes. Row 4: Char Weiss. 
Sue Znidarsic, Sue Nainiger, Sue Rado, Barb 
Cavell, Donna Lorence. 



Activities/215 




These boots are gonna walk all over you 




Basic Horsemanship does their activi- 
ty, riding, every week at Red Raider 
under the leadership of Mrs. Smith. 
All the members of the club enjoy 
riding and appreciate the 
gracefulness of horses. For some of the 
riders it is a new experience, but 
many others are learning more ad- 
vanced and more difficult skills on 
horseback. The club members also 
learn proper care of their horse. 

Horsemanship 

Row 1: (L to R) Beth Salosky, Vesna Matic, 
Sue Petscher, Kathi Homar, Kathy Geer, Val 
Nebehay. Row 2: Holly McClurg, Nada Jaklic, 
Margie Konchan, Debbie Kirchner, Cathy 
Brussee, Mrs. Smith. 



Working with cast-off metal termed 
"garbage" by others, the members of 
Metal Sculpture Club make artistic 
phenomena out of useless metal junk 
under the guiding hand of Mr. Ger- 
mock. With the basic thought of 
"nothing is useless," these students 
tackle the task of proving it! 

Metal 
Sculpture 

Row 1, (L to R): Anne Kish. Kathy Torok, 
Joyce Habenicht, Cindi Phollippe. Row 2: Bob 
Herp, Gorden Friel, Al Johnson, John Friel. 



A touch of class and culture is added 
to EHS by Humanities East. It 
provides the opportunity for students 
to see first-rate plays such as 
Godspell, hear a concert by the 
Cleveland Orchestra, and observe 
some of the world's greatest master- 
pieces of art on its exciting excursions 
around Cleveland. Surely this is the 
club for anyone who enjoys and ap- 
preciates good art and culture. 

Humanities 
East 

Row 1, (L to R); Carolyn Picciano, Chris Per- 
dan, Paula Arvay, Sue Ruzich. Row 2: ?,?, Val 
Nebehay, Sue Ross, Sandy Krasovic, Londa 
Jue, Fran White, Jan Ullmann. Row 3: Cari 
Vandetti, Karen Krome, Pam Beradenelli, 
Barb Gieb, Kathy Wiehn, Debbie Blevins, Bev 
Skur. Row 4: Mary Bridgen, Carol Imm, Fia 
Skagius, Heather Stump, Lauren Parsons, 
Bonnie Repar, Maureen Hanlon, Beth Kardos. 
Row 5: Bill Swartz, Loyal Luikart, Pam 
Taylor, Cindy Farkas, Carrie Lushin, Anne 
Yager, Scott Easter, Elaine Roshong, Diana 
Miller, Derek Wagner, Julie Gleisser. 

NOTE: 

There are two people in this picture that do not 
belong to Humanities East. These people are 
identified by question marks. 





Survey Business 

Row 1: (L to R) Jim Suschak, Bob Kunath, Joe 
Lambert, Eric Pierson, Rick Cowan, Mike 
Wardeiner, Dave Sump, Joel Downey, Arvy 
Mackevicius. Row 2: Julie Gleisser, Linda 
Stepita, Jayne Rohlke, Sharon Rupena, Kathy 
Wiehn, Cindy Dicki, Laura DeMattie, 
Margaret Wade, Darla Dackiewicz, Chris Per- 
dan, John Petkovsek. 



IQS 



This club is designed to reward the 
students who are exceptionally adept 
at putting out the various 
publications. They are extremely 
dedicated and deserve the recognition 
that International Quill and Scroll 
gives them. 



Row 1: (L to R) Lynne Ucic, Mike Medvas 
Paul Vidal, Mary Franko, Sue Vulich, Ra« 
Oyaski, Debbie Kirchner, Marge Konchan 
Barb Rado. 



Row I: (L to R) Liz Powell, Chris Krall 
Marek, 



Cindy 



Row 1: (L to R) Carolyn Picciano. 
Lundskow. Nancy Ivansek. Row 2. 
Grano, Sue Ruzich. Claudia Dular, 
Pratt. Row 3: Lori Watts, George Matic, 
Bokar, Sheri Saletrik, Cindy Petrick. 
Novotny. Row 4: Terri Kendro, 
Humphrey, Cindy Farkas, Sue Ricci, 
Donovan 



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Rarer 
Debbif 
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Phyllii 
Bonni< 
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218/IQS 




ucuyo IQS Members 




IQS/219 



Key Club 



The Euclid Key Club is an organiza- 
tion almost as old as EHS itself! This 
group of service conscious young men 
swing their way into fund raising 
stunts, such as the Swing-A-Thon for 
Mary Mavec School, sponsoring 
Euclid's big show, the Cultural Fair, 
and other civic-minded ventures. 

Picture 1 Row 1 (left > to right): Dan Crawford, 
Chuck Sherill, Jim Switzer, Rich Schauer, Jeff 
Schellentrager, Paul Stroud, Dale Gulich. Row 
2: Dave Constanzo, Tom Anderson, John 
Brodhacker, Martin Mucciarone, Paul 
Yanchar, Kelvin Kester, Ron Ryavec. Row 4: 
Tim Russei, Roger Miller. 

Picture 2 (left to right) Dave Taylor, John 
Lemmon, Doug Fike, Bill Dragolich, Ron 
Myer, Andy Strok, Mike Bordonaro, Tom 
Hospodar, Frank Kojancic, Rick Freeh, Roy 
Petroff, Dave Sump. 

Picture 3 Officers: (left to right) Dave Taylor; 
Vice-President, Advisor Mr. Heramb, Mike 
Bordonaro: President, John Lemmon; Vice- 
President, Doug Harvey; Treasurer. 

Missing; Bill Dodds, Bill Decatur, Dean Slejko, 
Mike Wardeiner, Jeff Lynn, Jim Sokell, Doug 
Niccum. 




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Ad Club 

A vital asset to the sports life at 
Euclid is the Ad Club. By staying out 
of the excitement of the games to sell 
tickets, they make it possible for 
everyone else to view the various con- 
tests. A small reward for their work 
and dedication is a free pass to all 
sports events. 

Row 1: (L to R) Sharon Machine, Diane Trgo. 
Chris Gole, Denise Lorence, Carol Troha Row 
2: Laura Boyd, Mary Brigden, Anne Yager, Jan 
Ullman Row 3: Kim Kaifesh, LaVerne 
Nocera, Gayle Luskin. 



Club 








Lettermen 

"Faster than a speeding bullet. More 
powerful than a locomotive. Able to 
leap tall buildings in a single bound!" 
Who else can this be but Euclid's 
Lettermen. Chosen as outstanding in 
their specific sports, they earn 
recognition for their superior athletic 
abilities. 



Row 1: (L to R) Frank Reilly, Cliff Kime, Dan 
Davies, John Lusoski, Bob Ortman, Chuck 
Roast. Row 2: John Gribec, Rich Ubl, Greg 
Drew, Clare Boyent, Jim Johnson. Row 3: 
Andy Zarlinski, Tom Wanderslaben. Chris 
Herak, Stan Zupancic, Brian McDonough, Mr. 
Seymour. 



Lettermen/221 




Conditioning Club 

Conditioning Club aims to keep the 
athletes and non-athletes in shape 
during their off-seasons. Under the 
guidance of Mr. Hively, they work out 
on the weights and on the rack in 
order to keep their muscles toned and 
endurance up to par. 



Boys Swim Leaders 



Row 1, (L to R): Joe Freeh, Mr. Hively. Row S.- 
Dennis Driscol, Joe Grebance, Bill Walters, 
Dave VanEtten, Loe Dottore. 

Row 1,(L to R):Gi\ Vogel, Dave Goda, Keven 
Kosovich, Steve Earman, Mark Mannic. Row 
2: Ed Takas, Randy Johnson, Dane VanEtten, 
Jim Visage, James Manion. 



Boys Swim Leaders dedicate 
themselves to the sometimes impossi- 
ble task of teaching the swimming 
classes. They aim to teach the basic 
floats all the way up to complex 
strokes. They take pains to repeat 
themselves and demonstrate the 
various strokes to their eager 
students. 




222/Conditioning Club/Boys Swim Leaders 




Red Cross and 

Medical Careers 

Clubs 

A group of students involved in help- 
ing their fellow man by using their 
skill and knowledge to heal wounds 
and diseases are the members of 
Medical Careers Club and Red Cross 
Club. They meet bi-weekly for discus- 
sion and experimentation of new 
techniques. 

Row 1, (L toR): Miss Black (sponsor), Ann 
Ceasar, Phyllis Novotny, Holly Trevarthen, 
Claudia Dular, Judy Burns. Row 2: Sandi 
DiTomaso, Lauren Kazen, Linda Fresenko, 
Mary Jo Hanlon, Pat Sudar, Londa Jue. Row 
3: Mary Erdani, Joanne Figler, Diane Dicki, 
Liz Powell, Margaret Modic, Bonnie Repar. 
Row 4: Diane Cole, Chuck Roast, Paul Gubanc, 
Cynthia Synk, Vickie Ridd, Sue Ricci. 

Row 1: (L to R) Mary Jo Hanlon, Holly 
Trevarthen. Row 2: Phyliss Novotny, Judy 
Bums, Cindy Garrett, Maureen Hanlon, Karen 
Hutchinson. Row 3: Lenny Thomson, Bev 
Skur. 



edical Careers Club 




Red Cross— Medical Careers/223 




Chris Myslinski, Laura Allen, Donna Turk. 

Majorettes 

The majorettes, a basic part of Euclid 
sportslife, are entertaining countless 
audiences at football and basketball 
games. These 18 dedicated girls prac- 
tice endlessly with the marching 
band, trying to achieve total perfec- 
tion in coordinating twirls, kicks, and 
the rhythm of the band all together, 
plus trying to keep together 
themselves. The majorettes also 
teach future majorettes the basics: 
twirls, kicks, and how to unify them 
into an exciting routine. 



Captains Sand\ denelius Dawn Julian 




Nancy Pred. Julie Jordan. Row 2: Sally Romoser. Rini Katarsky. 



224/Majorettes 




en Sulzmann, Carol Kowalski, Joy Branzel. 




Majorettes/225 



Distributive 

Education 

Club of 

America 

The Distributive Education Club of 
America is a group of students 
preparing for a career in management 
and marketing. Promoting the un- 
derstanding of retailing and learning 
the social graces, they plan many 
different club activities such as atten- 
ding sports events, concerts, picnics, 
circuses and working hard in state 
competitions. 

DECA Bottom Row (L to R): John Braun, 
Danielle Nousek, Jane Bergman, Cindy 
O'Rourke, Elaine Timinski, Karen Lament. 
Row 2: Jan Purvis, Mike Sexton, Susan Wason, 
Dina Shuman, Susan Rapinz, Jan Mower. Row 
3: Mr. Ralph Sibert, Alfred Russell, Gregg 
Reshetar, Mike Remnick, Dan Naderer, Kim 
Mondok, Garv Kane Rou 4 Jim Marolt, Mark 
Fuerst, Mark Hebert, Jerrv Hammond, Tim 
Bulick, Andv Martincic 





226/Activities 



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S.I.E. 



SIE is a place to learn of the trials and 
tribulations that face you if you enter 
the broad field of education. Through 
speakers, presentations and actual 
teaching experience these students 
discover if education is really the 
career for them. Whether it's a lec- 
ture, movie, or car wash, they learn 
about education and have fun! 

SIE Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Lang, Jan 
Springborn. Darla Dackiewicz, Elaine 
Roshong, CarolvTi Picciano, Toni Gower. Row 
2: Paula Mayer, Ruth Aplin, Sue Kozel, Leslie 
Mabel, Vanessa Evanick, Jamie Malone, Lois 
Buck, Cindy Petrick, Sue Rossmann. Row 3: 
Karen Hutchinson, Debbie Stephens, Tammee 
Haines, Scott Easter, John Furlong, Jayne 
Rohlke, Sheri Saletrik, Lynn Multhaup, 
Warren Kurtz. 



Activities/227 



Choirs 



Varsity Chorale, Chorale Masters and 
Girl's Chorus provide musical enter- 
tainment throughout the year 
through their many concerts. Their 
versatility is demonstrated by trips 
such as their guest shot on "Polka 
Varieties," trips to neighboring com- 
munities, and a special talent show 
by Varsity this spring. 

Varsity Chorale: Ruth Aplin, Mary Brigden, 
Jim Cervenka, Rick Cowan, Marvin Gilbert, 
Doug Harvey, Karen Hutchinson, Beth 
Jerome, Randy Johnson, Leslie Kainski, Beth 
Kardos, Pete Keck, Loyal Luikart, Sandi 
Lyman, Mark Mavsar, Paula Mayer, Jon Men- 
singer, Jim Munson, Roy Petroff, Fia Skagius, 
Cindy Smole, Sharon Spei, David Steigman, 
Debbie Stephens, David Sump, Bill Swartz, 
Judi Taylor, Jan Ullman, Carl Vandetti, Marie 
Vranekovic, Debbie White 

Choral Masters 



Choral Masters: Thad Anderson, Dave Arnold, 
Scott Bailey, Laura Jean Barbato, Emraett 
Benedum, Kathy Bergant, Lydia Blazum, 
Kathie Bonfield, Joy Branzel, Cindy Buccilli, 
Lois Buck, Mike Byers, Marty Camloh, Sam 
Candela, Dave Carlson, Steve Carmen, Tim 
Casten, Mike Cefaretti, Vicki Cefaretti, Tony 
Cell, Vicky Cesen, Gary Ciomek, Bob Clapp, 
Debbie Collins, David Costanzo, Mary Cun- 
ningham, Tim Dailey, Diana Deaton, Scott 
Easter, Barb Ehrhardt, Marty Frederkind, 
Gretchen Fulton, Jeff Gaydos, Carol Gaydosh, 
Sue Gizzi, Bob Gold, Paul Gubanc, Chris 
Hendershot, Dennie Hoppert, Pat Kane, 
Kathy Lang, Linda Leonhardt, Kim Lombardi, 
Lee Joy, Kathy Luce, Cathy Lynch, Mathy 
Mayer, Denise Mihelich, Marty Mucciarone, 
Mark Munnings, Mary Ellen Murphy, Todd 
Palmer, Debbie Patterson, Mary Beth 
Pavis,Elaine Petkovsek, Jeanne Pfeiffer, Mike 
Pyle, Steve Pyle, Brian Rambeau, Debbie Red- 
man, Cindy Reel, Duane Reschke, Vicki Ridd, 
Elaine Roshong, Tom Rotar, Bonnie Rupert, 
Mark Ruscin, Bob Ruuska, Karen Sanborn, 
Scott Schmelzer, Jim Schmidt, Jeff Schuffer, 
Debbie Seeley, Chuck Sherill, Laura Sibert, 
Allen S. Sisson, Jim Sivik, Bev Skur, Fred 
Slavec, Jordan Soulerin, Pat Spears, Amy 
Stoch, Karen Sulzmann, Bob Sump, Paula 
Svilar, Jim Switzer, Joe Talty, Mary Jo Telich, 
Claire Theodore, Janice Thomas, Dave 
Thompson, Ron Thomson, Mike Tortorici, 
Jayne Traxler, Holly Travarthen, Mary 
Trommetter, Mary Tusoch, Debbie Tyler, 
Terry Vellel, Georganne Ward, Mary Warder, 
Nancy Werle, Terri Wilson, Barb Winters, 
Karen Workman, Anne Yager, Brent Yoder, 
Craig Yoder. Susan Young, Bob Yuko, Joe 
Zanghi, Gary Ziccardi 



Girl's Chorus: Donna Alecci, Debbie Andrews 
Jackie Archibald, Judi Arnold, Nancy Ayers 
Terri Barile, Terri Blakely, Sarah Bowman 
Emily Burns, Ann Candela, Loretta Chuha 
Debbie Clabough, Juanita Cook, Nada Coso 
Cindy Cover, Kathy Cowling, Sally Czomba 
Paula Daniel, Linda Faight, Debbie Glagola 
Linda Click, Robin dicker, Debbie Hall, Lis£ 
Hanson, Barb Hasse, Ellen Hink, Jod; 
Holloway, Laura Hood, Linda Ice, Cindj 
Jacklich, Debby Jordon, Barb Kirchner, Diane 
Kwasny, Robin Lamm, Marcia Lantzy 
Charlene Latch, Peggy Laycock, Cathj 
Lehman, Susan Liggett, Diane Lockhart, Don 
na Luce, Amy Lutz, Karen Maksymowicz, J03 
Mast, Laraine Matuch, Peggy McLaughlin 
Mary McLaughlin, Peggy Mobbs, Josephin< 
Mulholland, Cindy Myers, Kim Pearch, Tarn 
my PoUey, Kim Popovic, Jill Primeau, Su< 
Prizzi, Judy Purvis, Jeanine Rupsic, Kathj 
Sawuer, Sandy Schmid, Gale Seifert, Beckj 
Sepko, Diane Serksnis, Pam Shaffer, Connif 
Sims, Terry Sliva, Sheilia Smith, Cheryll Sop' 
nicar, Sandi Stankiewicz, Becky Stephens, Va' 
Tancredi, Lynn Taska, Beth Telich. Kaj 
Thomas, Carolyn Thompson, Cindy Todd 
Kathy Torok, Mary Ellen Turk, Cindy Walter: 
Margot Yane, Mary Zak, Jan Zakraysek, Don- 
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ChoiT/229 



National 
Honor 
Society 



The epitome of character, 
scholarship, leadership, and service 
at Euclid High can be found in the 
Auditorium every January at the an- 
nual induction of the National Honor 
Society. This congregation of outstan- 
ding scholars carries the "torch of 
knowledge" with which they will il- 
luminate the future. 

Senior Inductees 

Timothy Anderson, Ruth Aplin, Jacquilynn 
Attwood. Janice Barelich, Cynthia Bodovetz, 
Catherine Bokar, Michael Bordonaro, Faye 
Bork, Lynda Bork, Susan Bour, Joy Branzel, 
John Brekalo, Catherine Brussee, Kevin 
Busdiecker, Sharon Callahan, Carolyn 
Caresani, Craig Casten, Sandra Clapp, Jac- 
queline Engel, Vanessa Evanick, Regina 
Fatica, Richard Freeh, Carol Gaydosh, Celeste 
Gibbs, Susanne Gizzi, Julia Gleisser, Lori 
Grahek, Naomi Grimes, Deborah Gudel, Dan- 
ny Harris, Douglas Harvey, David Heimsoth, 
Laura Heisner, Kim Hlabse, Lynne Humpal, 
Randal Johnson, David Johnston, Londa Jue, 
Beth Kardos, Julia Kaucic, Wally Klepac, 
Frank Kojancic, Carol Kowalski, Christopher 
Krall, Sandra Krasovec, Karen Krome, 
Elizabeth Kuebler, Nancy Lewis, Colleen Lex- 
a, Jennie Lickert, Jamie Malone, Elizabeth 
Marten, Mark Mavsar, Paula Mayer, John 
Mikolich, Lisa Nelson, Lawrence Oberle, 
James Ostberg, John Ovsek, Rachel Oyaski, 
Nancy Pedone, Christine Perdan, Timothy 
Perry, Cynthia Petrick, Madaline Pike, 
Timothy Pritchard, WiUiam Radcliffe, Barbara 
Rado, Vicki Ridd, Elaine Roshong, Susan Ross, 
Jill Rupsic, Sherri Simonian, Ardamon Singh, 
James Sokell, Lawrence Strohen, Andrew 
Strok, Patricia Sudar, Paula Svilar, Martha 
Swanhart, Cynthia Synk, Anita Tarantino, 
Cynthia Tarantino, David Taylor, Janice 
Thomas, Kevin Thomas, Mary Tomko, Terri 
Van Beneden, Rosalie Vinci, Joseph Virginia, 
Marie Vranekovic, Karen Vuranch, Mark 
Wade, Michael Wardeiner, Frances White, 
Robert WidHcka, Nancy Wlodarski, Linda Za- 
jc, Gary Ziccardi. 



230/National Honor Society 



Junior Inductees 

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



Officers 



Senior Members 

Paula M. Arvay, Peg Baldassarre, Pamela 
Berardinelli, Deborah Blevins, Mary W 
Brigden, Hubbard C. Capes, Richard Cotman 
Darla Dackiewicz, William Decatur, Willian 
G. Dodds, Suzzanne Ferrazza, Barbara J. Geib 
Sandra Geinelius, Loretta Geyer, Toni L 
Gower, Karen Ann Grano, Jane Grieshammer 
Janis Hale, Maureen Hanlon, Susan J 
Hraster, Mary T. Humensky, Nancy M 
Ivansek, Mary B. Jerome, Judith A. Kopec 
Laura L. Lindsay, Loyal E. Luikart, Carolyr 
Lushin, Sandra Lynn Lyman, Mary Jar 
Manners, Cynthia V. Marek, Ronald Meyer 
Lynn D. Multhaup, Stephanie Nebehay 
Carolyn Picciano, Mary J. Pumell, Elizabetl 
Radisek, Jayne Rohlke, Susan Rossmann 
Sharon L. Rupena, Susan J. Ruzich, Sheridar 
Saletrik, Marianne Salomone, Anna Sierko 
Dean F. Slejko, Linda I. Stepita, Laurie Anr 
Stone, David H. Sump, Janice R. UUman, Bar 
bara Winters, Anne Marie Yager. 

Front Row: Sue Ruzich, Laurie Stone. Back 
Row: Bill Dodds, Bud Capes. 




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Spirits 



Spirited students industriously create 
clever slogans and bright, cheerful 
signs encouraging their teams on to 
victory. Livening up the halls of 
Euclid High, these students fill the 
entire student body with spirit for the 
upcoming game. 




Row 1: Sue Johnson, Mary Warder, Steve 
Wilson, Sandy Genilius, Vicki Pinto, Mike 
Hyrnak, Craig Casten, Bruce Fraley, Laurie 
Nawor, Peggy Rohlke, Judy Hanlon. Row S.- 
Debbie Urgelit, Mike Basilone, Norma 
Lipstreu, Michelle Pavlin, Beth Drury, Kate 
Lynch, Jim Houser, Bob Diminico, Mark 
Wade, Mike Chase Row 3: Mark Mavsar, 
Annette Kaplin, Phil Campus, Mark Fetko, 
Greg Drew, Tom Pestotwik, Diane Rado, Terry 
Rzepkowski, Terry Wilson Row 4: Tim Reed, 
Bonnie Bronkall, ?, Tim Perry, Kevin 
Busdiecker, Mark Maknic, Dave Cheron, 
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NFL 



National Forensic League is the 
evidence that debating is not extinct 
at Euclid. Coming in first place in a 
debate with two other teams was only 
one achievement this group has 
brought back to Euclid. 

Row 1: Robert Kunath, Arvydas Mackevicius, 
Denise Smith, Dan DeMarco Row 2: Mr. 
Caroff, Pam Berardinelli 

Science 
Seminar 

Through stimulating speakers and 
presentations, the minds of the scien- 
tists of EHS are sparked into action 
over the scientific problems of today. 
Whether it is pollution, the origin of 
the earth, or a solution to the energy 
crisis, these topics can be discussed 
and pondered. This questioning of to- 
day may lead to the solutions of 
tomorrow. 

Row 1: (L to R) Mrs. Lucas, Karen Woodruff, 
Sue Ruzich. John Petkovsek Row 2: Richard 
Cotman, Elaine Roshong, Dave Johnston. Ken 
Kosovich, Phil Yakovac, Jean Hasse, Jeff 
Whiteman, Pat DeFrain 




Activities/233 



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The Happiest 

Days of 

Your Life 

Did you realize that your school days 
are The Happiest Days of Your Life? 
Well, according to this year's winter 
play, they are. When boys and girls 
start going to the same school, many 
problems arise, such as school bags 
being filled with syrup and fishcakes 
being used as weapons. The problem 
is solved, however, when an ad- 
ditional school arrives on the scene! 

Cast of Characters: Rainbow — Scott Easter; 
Dick Tassel — Mark Fetko; Rupert 
Billings — Randal Johnson; Godfrey 
Pond — Doug Harvey; Miss Evelyn 
Whitchurch — Carol Imm; Miss 
Gossage — Vicki Ridd; Mr. Peck — Richard 
Braun; Mrs. Peck — Monica Octasek; Joyce 
Harper — Mary Cunningham; Hopcroft 
Minor — Joe Choromanski; Barbara 
Calhoun — Paula Moriarty; Mr. Sowter — Paul 
Gubanc; Mrs. Sowter — Karen Vuranch; Stu- 
dent Director — Marie Vranekovic 






Bands 



Stage Band Row 1: (L to R) Steve Wilson, 
Karen Hutchinson, Bill Decatur, Tim Ander- 
son, Frank Cigoy, Doug Farrel Row 2: Dean 
Slejko, Phil Braun, Dave Saletrik, Rolf 
Kleinfeld Row 3: Tom Knific, Ken Treichel, 
Leslie Kainski, Scott Schaffer Row 4: Marvin 
Gilbert, Paul Mihacevich, Jean Hasse 

Concert Band Row 1: (L to R) Kathy 
Huntsman, Patty Noel, Alice Tersek, Bob 
Yanacek Row 2: Elizabeth Vance, Lineah Pur- 
vis, Douglas Boone, Dale Orlando, Diane 
Rawlings, Joe Wendel, Peggy Rohlke Row 3: 
Paul Stroud, Perry Erdelac, Trevor Zachary, 
Dave Daw, Steve Camp, Mike Christopher. 
Row 4: Chris Uram, Wayne Habit, Gary Shay, 
? , Brian Cerbin 

Symphonic Band Row 1: (L to R) Nancy San- 
ta, Bonnie Humphrey, Pam Beradinelli, Cindy 
Tarantino, Paula Mayer, Sue Gizzi, Jean 
Hasse Row 2: Patty Coons, Kim Perkins, 
Kathy Melfi, Karen Besselman, Kathy 
Juratovic, Betty Walker, Jayne Rohlke, Cathy 
Rigsby, Liz Morvaji Row 3: Martha Mayer, 
Char Weiss, Barb Arnold, Linda Stepita, John 
Braun, Karen Hutchinson, Joe Freeh, Tim 
Anderson, Rick Cotraan, Jeff Wightman 

Brass Row 1: (L to R) Steve Szabo, Sue 
Anastasi, Loyal Luikart, Mike Dalson, Kathy 
Thompson, Eric Winkler, Jeff Stevko. Row 2: 
Bill Dodds, Leslie Kainski, Ken Treichel, Dave 
Miller, Dave Beadle, Ernie Caputo, Scott 
Schaeffer, Marvin Gilbert Row 3: Bob Lane, 
Tom Wonderslaben, ? , Mark Harmon, Bob 
Gilbert, Rolf Kleinfeld, Rick Cowan, Ron 
Anzells, Dave Saletrik Row 4: Dean Slejko, 
Rod Mazzaro, Rick Braun, Mike Spiehar, Kurt 
Eyeman, Tom Knific 

Percussion Row 1: (L to R) Jim Wightman, 
Tom Joyce Row 2: Jim Marolt, Joe Virginia, 
Rick Freeh, Kim Koss, Mike Skrjanc, Doug 
Niccum 





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Bands/239 



Pink Panthers 

The Pink Panthers Club repairs the 
uniforms destroyed or just sHghtly 
torn by victory (or sometimes defeat). 
The club tries to patch up the un- 
iforms before the next game. For their 
services, they are awarded a free pass 
to the athletic events. 

Pink Panthers Row 1 (left to right): Mrs. 
Murrish, Mary Kay Wolenski, Theresa Wright, 
Pam Shaffer, Cheryl Engelking, Debbie Fink, 
Peggy McLoughHn. Row 2: Ginny Mathews, 
Chris Centa, Debbie Harvey. Debbie Starr, 
Maureen Hanlon. Lynn Kiro, Bonnie Urgeleit, 
Suzanne Grze, Sharon Young. Row 3: Nancy 
Ivansek, Mary Ellen Turk, Laurie Ivansek, 
Carol Dallas, Cathy Bokar, Nancy Voll, Kathy 
Mendoza, Josie Strle. Bonnie Bronkall. Beth 
McCraith. 



Ski Club 



Flying down the slopes of a beginners 
hill, or the more advanced hill for the 
experienced skiers is the major activi- 
ty of the Ski Club. Along with their 
weekly excursions to Brandywine, 
they raised money to finance their 
weekly trips by selling candy bars. 






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Ski Club Row I (left to right): Fran Whit- 
Bisby Garcia. Laurs Heisner, Clara Net, Lind 
Stepita, Dennis Hoppert. Row 2: Sue Pershe 
Marilyn Carter, Diane McCarty, Lauri 
DeMattie, Mary Jones, Cindy Petrick, Bi 
Decatur, Heather Stump, Jan Weinshenl 
Barb Winter, George T. Matic, Betty Radisel 
Leslie Mabel, Greg Draxler. Marvin Gilber 
Row 3: Sharon Strauss, Ann Ceaser, Car( 
Imm, Cindy Dicki, Jamie Malone, Mr. Vo 
Benken, Bob Plott, Tony Kramer, Mik 
Speece, Leslie Conley, Joyce Wayne. 




Senior 
Cabinet 

Senior Cabinet is elected by Senior 
Council for the purpose of organizing 
fund raising projects and planning for 
a successful Senior Prom. Some 
events sponsored by Senior Cabinet 
are the 50's dance, the Masquerade 
Dance, Powder Puff, and Senior 
Talent Night. 




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Senior Cabinet (Left to Right) Jennie 
Purnell, Linda Stepita. Craig Casten. Karen 
Vuranch, Cathy Bokar, Dr. Bergem, Keith 
Papalko, Eileen Donovan, Carrie Lushin. Nan- 
cy Ivansek. 






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Senior Cabinet/241 



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Student Council 

With relations stabilized between 
students, faculty and administration, 
the 1974-75 Council accomplished 
much more than just a successful 
Homecoming and Winter Festival 
Dance. This year's members strove to 
unite the school, reduce apathy, and 
inform the students of their rights 
and privileges. Some of this year's 
Student Council accomplishments 
can be seen by just taking a walk 
around the school. Student Council 
has set up a suggestion box, an adver- 
tising board, a current events calen- 
dar and is responsible for the ac- 
tivities messages heard every 
Wednesday on the morning an- 
nouncements. Student Council has 
accomplished only as much as the 
students have allowed; for the power 
of this organization lies in the 
students' hands. 

Research Committee: Row 1: Mike Bordonaro. 
Row 2: (L to R): Marylou Stermole, Carrie 
Lushin, chairman. Row 3: Tim Daily. Row 4: 
Debbie Blevins, Liz Hoffert. Row 5: Ron 
Ryavec. 





S. C. Officers: (L to R): Vice Pres., Karen Vuranch, Secretary, Chris Zaletel, Treasurer, Gail Erosk< 



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Social Entertainment Committee: Row 1: (L to R): Eileen Donovan, Bisby Garcia, Laura Kordi 
Row 2: Co-Chairman, Nancy Ivansek, Fia Skagius, Yvonne Columbus, Co-Chairman, Paula Mori 
ty, Cathy Bokar, Jennie Purnell. Row 3: Robin Paul, Sue Kozel, Randi Hepp, Bonnie Luberger, D 
bie Attwood, Beth Martin. 



242/Student Council 





irs; (L to R): Marc Manburg, Ken Lowe. 



Executive Board: Row 1 (L to R): Paula Monartv. Kill l).Kifl>. Chris 
Zaletel, Nancy Ivansek. Row 2: Carrie Lushin, Karen \uranch, Jennie 
Purnell, Gail Eroskey, Liz Hoffert, Eileen Donovan. Not pictured: Beth 
Drury. 




S.C. President: Bill Decatur. 



Communications: Row 1 (L to R): Lori DeMattie, Nancy Wlodarski, Kim 
Hlapse. Row 2: Annete Kaplin, Cindy Tarintino. Sharon Rubena, Sue 
Vulich, Mary Humensky. Not pictured: Beth Drury, Co-Chairman. 



Student Council/243 



Survey 



Trying to meet the deadline, the alert 
members of this club rush to get the 
latest news events before the Survey 
goes on the press. These active 
reporters cover a multitude of in- 
terests, ranging from opinion polls to 
cartoons. Busily reporting, editing, 
and headling, the Survey staff is 
proud to say, "If it's Surveyed — It's 
true!" 

Survey Editorial Row 1 (L to R): Chris Perdan, 
Mike Popovic, Janie Grieshammer. Mike For- 
mica, John Petkovsek, Laurie DeMattie. Jim 
Suschek. Row 2: Arvdas Mackevicius, Darla 
Dackiewicz, Jayne Rohlke, Robert Kunath, 
Mr. Granville Smith. Row 3: David Sump, Eric 
Pierson, Sheri Mikanovich. Sue Obczky, Cindy 
Dicki. Row 4: Linda Stepita, Cindy Synk, Joel 
Downey, Julie Gleisser, Jamie Malone, Tim 
Rote, Cathy Wiehn. 

Even an overworked editor, like Dave Sump, 
can smile. 








Dave Steigman and Mike Wardeiner take a short lunch break during their hectic day. 





Survey 
Business 

The Survey Business Staff is devoted 
to selling ads for the Survey and the 
sports programs. They also come ear- 
ly to the sports events to sell 
programs. They raise the funds to 
publish the Survey and meet once a 
week to plot out the plans for the up- 
coming publication. 

Row 1: Mr. Mize Row 2: (L to R) Lynne Ucic, 
Rae Oyaski, Mike Medves, Debbie Kirchner, 
Margie Konchon Row 3: Mary Franko, Barb 
Graham, Sue Vulich, Bill Kirchner 

The Fearsom Foursome of the Survey: Darla 
Dackiewicz, Julie Gleisser, Dave Sump, Joel 
Downey 



Survey/245 



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"You'll make it," is the motto of the 
Swim Leaders at EHS. They can con- 
stantly be found in the pools attemp- 
ting to teach all the different strokes 
and lifesaving (or drowning!) techni- 
ques. Despite the chlorinated eyes, 
the bruises and the frustrations, their 
patience never dies. Whether they're 
teaching the intricate parts of a dive 
or just trying to get you afloat, they're 
always on the move! 

Back Row (L to R): Mary Tusoch, Larraine 
Matuch, Debbie Andrews, Beth Welton, Mary 
Beth Zak, Connie Nelson, Janet Motuza, 
Laura Allen, Denise Calvert, Mary 
Trommetter. Robin Paul, Beth Jerome, Jennie 
Purnell, Laura Schultz. Row 2: Emily Burns, 
Janice Thomas, Barb Arnold, Judy Kopec, 
Betty Walker, Annette Eeckhout, Barb 
Winters, Jan Berlan, Cindy FondrSn, Kelly 
Buckels, Pam Taylor, Jane French, Debbie 
Kowalkowski. Row 1: Cindy Reel, Diane 
Davies, Anne Yager, Jan LUlmann, Lynne 
Humpal, Jane Grieshammer, Kathy Schaffer, 
Nancy Krnc, Nancy Wlodarski, Grace Sechnik, 
Patty Coons, Barb Harps, Claudia Dular. Not 
Shown: Linda Zajc, Cindy Matuch, Laura 
Wise, Sandy Barnett, Theresa Burk, Mary 
Brigden, Robin Lamm, Val Tancredi, Mary Jo 
Telich, Beth Telich. 




Swim Leaders 



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246/Activities 




Wai 

Napolo 



The basic goal of Wai Napolo is to 
teach and improve synchronized 
routines of its members, all of whom 
are swim leaders. In the spring, all the 
hard work pays off when the motions 
of the swim show are presented. 

Wai Napolo — Clockwise: Lynne Humpal, 
Robin Paul. .Jennie Purnell, Mary Trommeter, 
Mary Brigden. Cindy Matuch, Linda Zajc, 
Mary .Jo Telich, Debbie Kowalkowski, Annette 
Eeckhout. Cyndi Fondran, Denise Calvert, 
Barb Arnold. Barb Harps, Val Tancredi, Beth 
Telich, Terese Burke. Cindy Reel. Beth 
Welton, Nancy Krnc, Grace Sechnik, Laura 
Wise, Nancy Wlodarski, Mary Tusoch. Diane 
Davies, Jan Thomas, Kathy Schaffer, Beth 
Jerome. Not Shown: Kelly Buckels, Jane 
Grieshammer, Judy Kopec. 




fficers: Annette Eeckhout, Robin Paul, Lynn 
.umpal, Beth Jerome, Mary Trommeter. 



Activities/247 



Water Polo 

Water Polo, a group of swimmers with 
determination and enthusiasm prac- 
tice daily to win the point, the vic- 
tory, or the championship. They 
know that they can have the satisfac- 
tion of knowing that they are the best 
there is! 

Water Polo Row I (L to R): Brian Katz, Dave 
Duffy, Steve Handshaw, Kevin Busdiecker. 
Chuck Detweiler. Tom Hieber. Row 2: Ken 
Dosch, Mark Mahnic, Buddy Luikart, Mark 
Mavsar. Mike Byers, Scott Wise. Missing: Eric 
Ambler. Roger Miller, Joe Cerer. Bob Ross. 

"I dare anyone to kick this ball from me!" 



248AVater Polo 





E-Room 



iter Akiba, Carol Hommel, and Martin Massiello have found an easier 
ly to go down stairs. 




E-Room, the Utopia of Euclid, where 
hassled students can find a minute of 
reprieve from the daily routine of 
school; besides, where else can one 
find a great tasting sundae in school? 
Whether listening to some great rock, 
watching "The Brady Bunch," 
socializing or just relaxing, it is the 
bright spot of Euclid. Even study 
halls can be bright here; all thanks to 
the patient guidance of Euclid's 
"Mom." 

Soda Fountain: Marilys Stiglic, Debbie Force. 
Denise Roschy. Row 2: Greg Cosgriff, Gary 
Isbestor. 



5da Fountain Workers 



"MOM" 





On February 8, 1975, the Euclidian staff visited the U.S.S 
Cod. The staff was under the direction of Commande 
Dacosta USN who is in charge of the Naval Reserve Centf 
and recruiting and went to the trouble of opening and wa] 
ming the sub for us and joined us in some pictures. 



Sophomores: Rod Ehrhart, Denise Ayers, Sylvia Krule, Kim Kaitesh 






culty Editor: Laura Kordich 



Advisors: Robert Hall, Nat Dickinson 



le staff wishes to express our sincere thanks to the com- 
ander for his help and interest. We were treated quite 
irmly, in spite of the freezing weather. Thanks again, 
jmmander, with your help we all had a "maritime". 




Euclidian/251 



Senior Index 

A 

JACQUELYN MARIE ABBOTT Jackie 

C.O.E. 4. 

BRIAN A. ABRAMCZYK Brian 

RUSSELL ACKRMMAN Russ 

MARGARET M. ALEKSIC Maggie 

ROBERT CARL AMATO Bob 

Football 2. 

ERIC ROBERT AMBLER Eric 

Key Club 2; N.A.S. 3.4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; 
Swimming 2,3,4; Spirits 4; Water Polo 2,4. 
RICHARD W. AMMON Rick 

I.O.E. 2,3; Movie Club 2; Ski Club 3,4; Soccer 
2,3; Survey Business 2,3; Weight Lifting 4. 
LINDA L. ANDEL 

TIMOTHY A. ANDERSON Tim 

Big Show 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; 
Stage Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Ten- 
nis 2,3,4. 

DAINA LYNN ANDREWS Daina 

JAMES J. ANDREWS Rodaeo 

Indoor Track 2; Student Supply Store 2. 
MARK A. ANDREWS Animal 

RUTH E. APLIN 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3; Mixed Chorus 2; 
N.H.S. 4; S.I.E. 3,4; Varsity Chorale 4. 
THOMAS ANTHONY ARKO Tom 

JOHN C. ARNOLD 

ROBERT A. ARNOLD Bob 

Ski Club 2,3,4; Soccer 2,4; Tennis 2. 
DAVID ARTER Artie 

Spirits 4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 
JAMES RICHARD ARTIM Bogus 

MICHELLE ANN ARTZNER 
Mixed Chorus 2; C.O.E. Treasurer 4. 
PAULA MAE ARVAY 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 3; Eucuyo 4; G.A.A. 2,3,- 
4; Humanities East 3,4; N,H,S, 3,4; Student 
Council 4. 

JACQUILYNN M. ATTWOOD Jacqui 

F.B.L.A. 3; Gymnastics 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder 
Puff 4. 

FRED AUSFLUG 

ULRICH L. AUSTIN Meat 

Baseball 2; Football 4; Hockey 3,4; Letterman 
2,3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Supp- 
ly Store 4. 

RUTH MARY AVENI Ruth 

M.C.C. 4; Powder Puff 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Student 
Secretary 2,3,4. 
LEIGH S. AVERY 



B 



STEPHEN J. BABETS 

Football 2,3,4; Stamp Club 2; Weight Lifting 

2,3,4. 

DANIEL JOHN BACON 

MARGARET HELEN BAER 



SCOTT F. BAILY Motor mouth 

Choral Masters 2,3,4; Sr. Talent 3,4. 
EDWARD M. BAITT Ed 

Baseball 2,3,4; Conditioning Club 2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Weightlifting 2,3,4; 
Wrestling 3. 

SUSAN L. BAKER Sue 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Jr. Class 3; Powder Puff 
4; Sr. Council 4; Ski Club 2. 
MARYANN BALDASSARRE 
Powder Puff 4; I.O.E. 3,4. 
PEGGY MARIA BALDASSARRE Fritz 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Eucuyo 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Plays 3; Survey Editorial 2,3,4. 
JOHN BARBA 
LAURAJEAN M. BARBATO 
Choral Masters 4; Girl's Choir 4. 
CARLOS HERNANDO BARBOSA 
Sr. Council 4. 

JANICE LOUISE BARELICH 
N.H.S. 4. 

JUDITH G. BARIS 
DEBORAH A. BARRESI 
MARY C. B ARTEL 

Big Show 3; Majorette 2; Powder Puff 4; Ski 
Club 3. 

DEBRA A. BASAR Debbie 

Basic horsemanship 2; Powder Puff 4; Ski Club 
3. 

MICHAEL J. BASILONE 
Golf 3,4; Hockey 3,4; Spirits 4, 
DALE WAYNE BAUR 
ROBERT ALLEN BEHREND 
MARIANNE BENI 
Basic Horsemanship 2; Choral Masters 3; Mix 
ed Chorus 2. 
SUZANNE BENI 
Choral Masters 3; Junior Class 
Chorus 2. 

BRUCE CLARK BENNETT 
DONALD GEORGE BENNETT 
PATRICIA A. BERANEK 
PAMELA SUSAN BERDINELLI 
A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Humanities East 4 
Marching Band 2,4; N.F.L. .2,3; N.H.S. 3,4 
Pep Band 4; St. Council 2; Symphonic Band 4 
St. Sec. 4. 

JANE E. BERGMAN 
D.E. 3,4, 

ROBERT A. BERISH 
ROBERT BEVACQUA 
VALERIE A. BIBLE 
O.E, 2,3,4; Plays 2; I.O.E. 4. 
MICHAEL D. BLANKENSHIP 
DEBORAH LOUISE BLEVINS Debs 



Bass 

Strech 
Rob 
Mar 



Beanie 
3; Mixed 

Alvin 

Boo Boo 

Candy 

Pam 



Bob 



Bibs 



252/Sr. Index 




A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 3; G.A.A. 2,3,^ 

Humanities East 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; St. Council i 

S.I.E. 4; A.F.S. Sec. 4. 

CRAIG R. BLEWITT 

ALVIN E, BLOTT 

CYNTHIA S. BODOVETZ Cind 

G.A.A. 2,3; Jr. Class 3; N.H.S. 4; Majorette 

3,4; Marching Band 3,4: Powder Puff Footba 

4; Spirits 3,4. 

ALBERT W. BOEHLKE Big .A 

Chess Club 2; Survey 3. 

REBECCA ANN BOGOTAY Bog 

CATHERINE MARIE BOKAR Bok 

EucUdian 3,4; Co Editor of Sr. Section 4 

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

I.Q.S. 3,4; Jr. Class 3; N.H.S. 4; Pink Panther 

3,4; Sr. Cabinet 4; Ski Club 2,3; St. Council 4 

S.I.E. 2; Powder Puff Football 4. 

DALE A. BOOMS Booms 

D.E. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4 

MICHAEL ANDREW BORDONARO Bon 

A.F.S. 4; Key Club 2,3.4; Pres. 4; N.H.S. 4; St 

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




Water Polo 2,3. 

FA YE AMY BORK 

Gymnastics 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Footbal 

4. 

LYNDA JEAN BORK Lyndi 

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

East 4; Science Seminar 4; Sr. Council 4; Swin 

Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 3. 

JAMES H. BOROS Jiir 

Radio Club 2,3. 

AMY BOSCO 

C.O.E. 4; G.A.A. 2; Gymnastics 2; Powder PufI 

Football 4; Spirit 2,3,4; Swimming 3. 

LEA BETH BOTTEICHNER 

D.E. 3. 

SUSAN M. BOUR 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 3; N.H.S. 4; Plays 3. 

DAVID A. BOYD Dave 

Football 2,3,4. 

LAURA E. BOYD 

Ad Club 4; Clerk-Typist 3.4; Jr. Class 3: Sr. 

Council 4. 

GLORIA J. BOZAK Glor 



).E. 3; C.O.E. 4. 

ARK A. BRADIC 

lANCES ANGELA BRANISEL Fran 

F.S. 2; Astronomy 3; Pink Panthers 3. 

)Y ANN BRANZEL 

loral Masters 3,4; Jr. Class 3; Majorettes 4; 

H.S. 4; Sr. Cabinet 4; Spirits 3. 

3BERT MARTIN BRASS, JR. 

eight Lifting 2. 

^LERIE LYNN BREEZE Val 

. Class 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 

i. 

IHN ALLEN BRAUN J.B, 

oss Country 3,4; Key Club 2,3; Marching 

nd 2,3,4; Stage Band 3. 

CBORAH ANN BRECHUN 

HN BREKALO John 

oral Masters 3; Letterman 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; 

ccer 2,3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

^RY WIDMER BRIGDEN Artie 

I Club 2,3,4; A. F.S. 2,3,4; Basic 

rsemanship 2; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; 

imanities East 4; Mixed Chorus 2; N.H.S. 





\; Science Seminar 2,4; Survey 3; Swim 

aders 3,4; Varsity Chorale 4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

'ACEY MARIE BRIZES 

versified Co-operative Training 4. 

NDA BROCHAK Wiener 

;tra brocone 

)NALD J. BROGE Don 

.0 A. BROWN 

^THERINE M. BRUSSEE Cathy 

sic Horsemanship 2,4; Bicycle Club 2; 

H.S. 4; Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 4. 

T^THLA ANN BUCCILLI Cindy 

loral Masters 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2. 

nLLIP A. BUCCO 

otball 2,3; Indoor Track 3; Outdoor Track 

[LLL\M JOHN BUCKMAN Buck 

nditioning Club 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Indoor 

ack 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4; 

;ight Lifting 3,4. 

'NTfflA A. BUGOS 

'SEPH GEORGE BULICK Joe 

nm Leaders 2. 




TIMOTHY P. BULICK 

JAMES LEE BUNTING Jim 

ROBERT ALAN BURES Bob 

Indoor Track 2; O.O.E.A. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2. 

BRENNAN C. BURGER Roach 

JOHN ROBERT BUR-JAK 

ALLEN JOSEPH BURKE 

KEVIN WAYNE BUSDIECKER 

N.A.S. 3; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 4; Swim Leaders 2,- 

3,4; Water Polo 2,3.4; Co-Capt. 4. 

LAURIE E. BUSSER 

ANTIONETTE M. BUZA Toni 

Swim Leaders 2. 

CANDACE E. BUZANSKI Candy-Buzz 

Basic Horsemanship 2; C.O.E. 4; Majorette 

Club 2,3. 



ANITA M. CAFARELLI 

O.O.E.A. 3,4. 

MATHEW GERLD CAHILL Mat 

LINDA K. CAIN 

Clerk-Typist 3,4; Pink Panthers 2,3; Powder 

Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4. 

RICHARD T. CALABRACE Rich 

LINDA M. CALDRONE 

SHARON ARLEEN CALLAHAN 

F.B.L. 2; Girl's Volleyball 3; N.H.S. 4; 

O.O.E.A. 3,4; Sr. Council 4; Survey 4; O.E.A. 

Pres. 3. 

JOAN I. CAMERON 

BRIAN CAMBELL 

Sr. Cabinet 4; Science Seminar 2. 

SUSAN E. CAMBELL Sue 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3. 

PHILIP MICHAEL CAMPUS Physical Phil 

Basketball 3; Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor 

Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Radio Club 2; Spirits 3,4; Weight 

Lifting 2,3,4; Writing Club 2,3,4; 500 Mile Club 

2,3,4. 

HUBBARD CIAR CAPES Bud 

A.F.S. 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Medical Careers 2; 

N.A.S. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2,3; 

Tennis 2,3,4. 

CAROLYN CARESANI 

LORI SUSAN CARNELL 

Sr. Council 4. 

KATHLEEN ANN CARPENTER Crablette 

Basic Horsemanship 4; F.B.L. 3; Pink Panthers 

4; Ski Club 3. 

DANIEL P. CARROLL Wally 

KAREN CASSESE 

CRAIG ALAN CASTEN 

Cross Country 2,3,4; N.A.S. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; 



Outdoor Track 2.3; Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. 
Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Cocapt. 4. 
KATHLEEN F. CEBULY 
MARCIA CEFARATTI 

DAVID A. CENTA Dave 

Football 2; Wrestling 2,3,4. 
DAVID C. CESEN Joe 

SUSAN A. CHAMPA Suzy 

DAVID WAYNE CHERVON Cherv 

Football 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 4. 
PAMELA A. CHINNICI Pam 

G.A.A. 2,3; Jr. Class 3; Tri-Chairman 3; Sr. 
Council 4; Sr. Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
WAI HAR CHOI 
TONI MARIE CHRESTOFF 
Bicycle Club 2,3; Girl's Volleyball 3; Medical 
Careers 2. 

JOHN MARK CHRISTMYER Jack 

GLEN S. CHRISTOPHER Spinach 

Football 3. 

PATRICIA ANN CHUBB Chubbs 

Clerk-Typist 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Gymnastics 2; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 4. 
CHARLES R. CICAK Chuck 

O.O.E.A. 4. 
FRANCIS D. CICCO 
JANE E. CIKA 

CYNTHIA MARY CLABOUGH Cindy 

SANDRA CLAPP Sandy 

N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; 
S.LE. 2; Wai Napolo 3,4. 
BETH DAWN CLARK Clark 

Sr. Council 4; Ski Club 3; Survey 2. 
RICHARD CHARLES CLASEN Pork 

Football 2,3,4; Foreman's Club 2,3,4; Golf 4; 
Gym Leaders 4; Soccer 3. 
ARTHUR R. CUNE Artie 

MARK ALAN COCHRAN 
Aviation 2; Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2; 
Water Polo 2. 
DIANA MARIE COLE 
Medical Careers 4; Ski Club 2,3. 
MARCUS JEFFERY COLLIER Calafato 

Choral Masters 2,3; Indoor Track 2.3,4; Out- 
door Track 2,3,4; Soccer 2.3,4; Varsity Chorale 
4. 

BARBARA ANN COLLING Baby 

ROBERTA LYNN COLLINS Bobbie 

YVONNE COLUMBUS "E" 

A.F.S. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 3; St. Council 4; Sr. Council 4. 
BARBARA J. CONNER Barb 

EDWARD JOHN CONRAD 
D.E. 2; Outdoor Track 2; Powder Puff Football 
4. 

PATRICIA ANN COONS Pat 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Eucyo 3: G.A.A. 2; Girl's 
Volleyball 2,3; Marching Band 2.3,4; Pep Band 
4; Swim Leaders 4; Synphonic Band 3,4. 
PAULA L. COPELAND Paula 

Clerk-Typists 3,4. 
WILLL\M EDWARD CORBETT Bill 



Sr. Index/253 



DENNIS WILLIAM CORRIGAN Octo 

Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor 
Track 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4. 
GREGORY A. COSGRIFF Cos 

Football 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 4; 
E-Room Fountain 3,4; Committee 3. 
RICHARD MATTHEW COTMAN Rick 

Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science 
Seminar 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
KEVIN GERARD COUGHLIN Here. 

Condition Club 2,3,4; Foreman's Club 2,3,4; 
Gym Leaders 3,4; I.O.E. 4; Kids for Earth 4; 
Math Club 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Spec- 
trum 4;Writing Club 2. 

PATRICIA LYNN COVER Patti 

Mixed Chorus 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits 3. 

DELBERT E. CRAIG Del 

JEFFERY A. CRAIG 
JOHN E. CRAWFORD 
MICHAEL J. CROW 
DENNIS CRAIG CLILBERT 
Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Weight Lifting 2. 



D 



DARLA MARIE DACKIEWICZ "The God- 
mother" 

A.F.S. 3; G.A.A. 2; Gym Leaders 3,4; 
Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
S.I.E. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; V.P. 4; Survey 
Editorial 3,4; Managing Editor 4. 
DAVID J. DALTON 





CARLEEN SUSAN D'AMICO 
Office Secretary 3. 

DUANE ALLEN D'AMICO Mohawk 

Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4. 
TIMOTHY L. DANIEL 
ALAIN MICHEAL DARCY 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Letter- 
man 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4. 
MARSHA DAUGHERTY 
DAVID W. DAVID Bustoff 

Conditioning Club 2,3; Eucuyo 3; Football 2,3,- 
4; Golf 3,4; Outdoor Track 2; Senior Cabinet 4; 
SEE 2; Weight Lifting 2; Wrestling 2,4. 
DLSlNE DAVIES Di 

G.A.A. 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Powder Puff 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 



Wai Napolo 4. 

RUTH ANN DAVIS Rufus 

O.O.E.A. 3,4. 

WILLIAM DECATUR Bill 

A.F.S. 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,- 
3,4; Pep Band 4; Ski Club 3,4; Stage Band 3,4; 
Student Council 3,4; President 4; Symphonic 
Band 2,3,4. 

LEONARD R. DELBROCCO Lenny 

Indoor Track 2,3; Letterman 2,3; Outdoor 
Track 2,3. 

CHARLES DEMBEK 
LYNN M. DE MICHELE 
ARTHUR G. DEMICO Art 

ROBERT DE MINICO Bert 

Baseball 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
EDWARD DETOMASO 
Spirits 4. 

CHARLES WAYNE DETWEILER Chuck 
Letterman 4; Spirits 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 
Swimming 2,3,4; Water Polo 2,3,4; Swim Team 
Captain 4; Swim Show Clown Diving 3,4. 
LARAINE MARIA D EUSANIO 
O.O.E.A. 3,4. 
JUDY A. DEZELON 

ANTHONY A. DI BACCO Tony 

MARY JO DIEZIC 

EDWARD L. DI LALLA Ed 

Football 2; Hockey 4; Soccer 3,4. 
STEPHEN A. DI MARE 
NANCY DI SILVESTRO 
JAMIE DI TOMASO 
DALE JAMES DIVTTO 
Soccer 4. 

KENNETH A. DIXON 
WILLIAM G. DODDS 
JANET M. DOLES 
Choral Masters 3. 

CYNTHIA ANN DOMBROWSKI Cindy 

F.B.L. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Gymnastics 2,3; Spirits 
2,3. 

ROBERT P. DONATO 
HEIDI DONLEY 

EILEEN MARIE DONOVAN Ei 

Euchdian 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Junior 
Class 3; Pink Panthers 2,3,4; Powder Puff 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Student Council 3,4; Ex- 
ecutive Board 3,4; Euclidian 2,3,4; Senior 
Editor 4. 

GARY LEE DOSTAL 
JOSEPH MICHEAL DOTSON Joe 



Cheech 
Frank 



A l^^i^..^^, .^^^^^*^ 



FRANKLIN DOTTORE 
FRANCIS M. DOUGHERTY 
Baseball 2; Wrestling 2. 
ROMAN F. DOWHAN 
JOEL F. DOWNEY 
FRANK M. DOUGHERTY 
JOEL F. DOWNEY 

I.Q.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 2,3; Sr. Council 4; Sr. Scan- 
dal 4; Survey Editorial 3,4; Unicycle Club 3. 
CYNDI LYNN DOWNING 
WILLL^M EDWARD DRAGOLICH Bill 

Key Club 3,4. 

GREGORY FRANK DRAXLER Greg 

A.F.S. 4; Bicycle Club 4; Eucuyo 2; Jr. Class 3; 




Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Ski Club 

3,4; Swim Leaders 3; Swim Show 3. 

DENNIS R. DRISCOLL Drisc 

Baseball 2; Basic Horsemanship 3,4; Chess 

Club 2; Choral Masters 3; Football 3: 

Foreman's Club 4; Golf 2; Marching Band 2: 

Pinochle Club 4; Water Polo 2,3,4; Wrestling 2 

500 Mile Club 4. 

BETH ANN DRURY Beth 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Jr. Class 3; Pink Panthers 2,3; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 

3,4; St. Council 3,4. 

DAVID JOHN DUFFY Duffy 

Swim Leaders 3,4; Swim Team 3,4; Water Polo 

2,3,4. 

JOYCE LYNN DUNBAR Joyce 

Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 

2; Swim Leader 2; Skate Leader 3,4. 

ROSEMARY EVELYN DUGMORE Rosey 

MIKE J. DUPAY 

Football 2,3,4; Letterman 4. 

RONALD DUEIKO 

FRED F. DWORNING "Fred the Head" 



E 



LAURA ANN ECKENROODE Laura 

A.F.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Cosmetology 3,4. 
KAREN ANN EDMONDS Ed 

I.O.E. 3,4; W.I.P.S. 2,3,4. 
BARBARA JEAN EHARDT Barb 

Choral Masters 3,4: G.A.A. 2.3,4; Medical 
Careers 3; Mixed Chorus 2; S.I.E. 4. 
JAMES DEAN ELLIOTT Jim 

Golf 2,3. 



254/Sr. Index 



BRIAN GEORGE ENGLISH 

St. Council 3. 

ANN MARIE ERDANI Annie 

Medical Careers 2; O.O.E.A. 3,4; Spirits 3; 

Data Processing 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4. 

VANESSA DALE EVANICK Nell 

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

Humanities East 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 

N.H.S. 4; Pep Band 3,4; S.I.E. 2,4; Symphonic 

Band 4. 

LAURIE ANN EVANS 

C.O.E. 4. 

LYNN M, EVANS 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff 

Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 



JAMES DANIEL FAHEY Fay Babe 

MARIA G. FARACI Maria 

A.F.S. 3; Powder Puff Football 4. 
CYNTIflA ANNE FASHAM Cindy Beth 

Mixed Chorus 2; Spirits 4. 
DAVE R. FASRORIA 

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

REGINA ANN FATICA Regi 

F.B.L.A. 3; O.E. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. 
Council 4; Spirits 4; E-Room Fountain 3,4. 
DORENE FELZ 




).O.E.A. 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
!,3; Data Processing 3,4; Hist. 3. 
)AVE A. FERRARCE H.H. 

iym Leaders 3,4; Pinochle Club 3; St. Supply 
store 2; Tennis 2. 

JUZANNE LYNN FERRAZZA Fritz 

J.A.A. 2; Jr. Class 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Majorette 
;iub 2,3; Pink Panthers 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
jail 4; Sr. Council 4; St. Council 2,3. 
SHELLY FERRELL Oblio 

sTANCY FERRIS P.W. 

J.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Football 4. 
AARK D. FESSLER Fester 

)OUGLAS EUGENE FIKE Fug Dike 

Cey Club 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 

fOSEPH FINK Jo-Jo 

ndoor Trach 4; Outdoor Track 4; Sr. Council 4; 
Spirits 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4. 
USITHONY T. FISTEK The Face 



Kids for Earth 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Ten- 
nis 2,4. 

THEODORE N. FLECK Ted 

Powder Puff Football 4. 
DEBRA SUE FORCE Pickles 

Ad Club 3; Basketball 2; Powder Puff Football 
4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 3; E-Room Fountain 
3,4. 

MARK PATRICK FORD 
Football 2,3; Weight Lifting 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,- 
3,4. 

RICH ALAN FOSKEY Rich 

Football 2,3,4. 

BRUCE ANTHONY FRALEY 
Indoor Track 2. 

RON A. FRANK Ron 

P.A. Club 2; Water Polo 3. 
MARYMARGARET FRANKO Yram 

Euclidian 4; F.B.L. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; 
Sr. Council 4; Survey Bus. 4; Editorial 2,3; 
Tutor 4. 

JANET E. ERASER Jan 

Science Seminar 4; Girl's Softball 3; D.C. 3; 
Treas. 4. 

RICHARD EDWARD FRECH Rick 

Cross Country 2,4; Key Club 4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 3,4; 
Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Swimming 2. 
JANE ELLEN FRENCH 
Basic Horsemanship 4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4. 
JIM THOMAS FRIEDEN 
LOUIS FUGNIA 



G 



Gabriel 



DOUGLAS FRANK GABRIEL 
DWIGHT JOHN GABRIEL 
BRIAN CLYDE GAGE 
LARECE ANNE GALER 
ELYSE MARIE GALLO Elyse 

Clerk-Typist 3,4; Intensified Office Ed. 3,4. 
RICHARD ANTHONY GALLON Rick 

C.O.E. 3,4. 

THOMAS MARK GALLUCCI Gallucc 

Weight Lifting 3,4. 
RALPH CAMBER JR.. 
CONNIE JEAN GARAPIC 
IRMA ELIZABETH GARCIA Bisby 

A.F.S. 4; I.O.E. 4; Ski Club 4; S.I.E. 4. 
SHARON L. GATES 

CAROL MARIE GAYDOSH Ree 

Astronomy 3; Baseball 2; Choral Masters 2,3,4 
G.A.A. 3,4; Girls Tennis 3,4; Jr. Class 3 
Marching Band 4; Band Secretary 4; N.H.S. 4: 
Plays 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 4. 
BARBARA J. GEIB Goober 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Humanities East 4; 
Marching Band 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 2,3; Swim- 
ming 4; Symphonic Band 2; Wai Napolo 2,3; 
Orchestra 2,3; Computor Aide 4. 
SANDRA MARIE GENELIUS Sandy 

G.A.A. 2,3; Majorettes 3,4; Co-Capt. 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 3,4; N.H.S. 



3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Sr. 

Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Sr. Talent 4. 

KENNETH STEVEN GERBETZ Gerbetz 

N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 2,3; Tennis 4; 

Wrestling 2. 

CINDY LOU GIBSON 

MARVIN WILLIAM GILBERT Fritz 

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

Marching Band 2,3,4; P.A. Club 2,3; Plays 4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 4; Stage Band 

2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Varsity Chorale 

4; Orchestra 4. 

PATRICIA ANN GUINTA Patty 

C.O.E, 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Gymnastics 2; Jr. Class 

3; O.O.E.A. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 

2,3. 

SUZANNE MARIE GIZZI Giz 




Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 4; G.A.A. 2,3.4; 
Girl's Tennis 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 3,4; Gym- 
nastics 2; Jr. Class 3, Marching Band 2,3,4; Pep 
Band 3,4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 4; St. Council 
2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; G.L.C. Executive 
Board 4; Band Sec. 4; Orchestra 2,3,4. 
MICHAEL D. GLASNEY 
ROBERT KEVIN GLAVAC Glav 

Football 2; Weight Lifting 3. 
DONALEA GLAV AN Donna 

Gymnastics 2,3. 

JULIA LYNNE GLEISSER Julie 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Girl's Basketball 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 
3; S.I.E. 2,4; Survey Editorial 2,3,4. 
PAUL JOE GLICKEN 
STEVEN GLICKER 
DAVE GODA 
Swim Leaders 4. 

FRANK MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN Frank 

Choral Masters 2. 

DAVID H. GOODHEAD Goody 

ROBERT S. GORNIK 

TONI L. GOWER Toni 

G.A.A. 4; Humanities East 4; N.H.S. 4; Pink 
Panthers 4; S.I.E. 4; Sr. Council 4. 
DIANA MARIE GRABINSKI Dee 

Majorette Club 2; Pink Panthers 2. 
BARBARA ELLEN GRAHAM Barb 

G.A.A. 4; St. Council 2; S.I.E. 4. 
LORI ANN GRAHEK Lori 

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



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KAREN ANN GRANO Karen 

A.F.S. 2; Euclidian 3,4; G.A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Jr. 
Class 3; Medical Careers 3; Mixed Chorus 2; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 
4; Survey 3,4; Second Page Editor 4; Activities 
Editor, Euclidian 4. 
CHERYL MARIE GRASGREEN 
ROSEMARIE ANN GREGORY Rose 

Clerk-Typist 2; C.O.E. 4. 
MICHELLE DARLENE GRESSLEY Shel 
Basic Horsemanship 2,3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

JANE ELLEN GREISHAMMER Gries 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Survey Editorial 3,4; Swim Leaders 
2,3,4; Swimming 2,3; Wai Napolo 2,3,4. 
ELAINE MARIE GREISMER Shorty 

Clerk-Typist 3,4; Gymnastics 2;Pep Band 2,3; 
Powder Puff Football 4. 
JEFFERY ALAN GRIMES Jeff 

Football 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Wrestling 
2. 

NAOMI L. GRIMES 

DEBORRAH DIANE GRINDLE Debbie 

G.A.A. 2; I.O.E. 3,4. 

MARK MANLEY GRISWOLD Grizzly 

CHRISTINE A. GROSSMAN Chris 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Medical Careers 2,3; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Ski Club 2.3; Spirits 3. 
JONATHAN A. GRUPE 
DEBORAH ANN GUDEL Debbie 

Concert Band 2; Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; Gym- 
nastics 2; Marching Band 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 3,4. 
WILLIAM GUDOWICZ Bill 

KARL ANTHONY GUENTHER 
Indoor Track 3,4; Weight Lifting 3,4. 
NANCY GUNDELACH 
TIM SCOTT GUNTNER Scott 

Cross Country 2,3; Indoor Track 2,3; Outdoor 
Track 2,3; Swimming 2; 500 Mile Club 2. 



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BONNIE JEAN HAHN Bonnie 

Humanities East 3,4; O.O.E.A. 3,4; Powder 

Puff Football 4; Computer Data Corps. 3,4. 

RICHARD DAVID HAINES Rich 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Ski Club 2. 

BERNICE E. HALE 

JANIS ANN HALE Jan 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 2; Girl's 

Volleyball 3; Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2,3,- 

4; Marching Band 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff 

Football 4. 

THOMAS ALLEN HALGASH Tom 

CAROL A. HALL 

ROCKY D. HALL 

ERIC SCOTT HALUS 

Hockey 2,3. 

JOHN C. HAMBY John 

Golf 2,3. 

JERRY L. HAMMOND 

STEVEN D. HANDSHAW Harry 




Powder Puff Football 4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; 

Water Polo 2.3,4; Swim Show 3,4. 

MAUREEN ELIZABETH HANLON 

A.F.S. 3,4; Big Show 3; Humanities East 3,4; 

Medical Careers 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pink Panthers 

2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 4; S.I.E. 

2,3. 

RANDY G. HANSON Randy 

Baseball 2,3. 

ROBERT E. HANSON Bob 

DANIEL G. HARDING Dan 

CAROL ANNE HARPER Carol 

Ad Club 4; J.V. Cheerleaders 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 

4; Swim Leaders 3. 

DANNY M. HARRIS Dan 

A.F.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Survey Business 3; 

Editorial 3,4; I.Q.S. 3; Key Club 2,3; Vice Pres. 

3. 

SCOTT D. HART 

RONALD A. HARTMAN Ron 

DOUGLAS WILLIAM HARVEY Quincy 

Aviation 2; Big Show 2,3,4; Camera Club 2,3; 

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

Band 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Plays 2,3,4; Science 

Seminar 2; Symphonic Band 2,3; Varsity 

Chorale 4; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Euclidian 3,4; Sr. 

Council 4. 

RICHARD J. HARWOOD Rich 

MONICA M. HASTERT Monique 

Pink Panthers 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Science Seminar 3. 

KENNETH E. HAUBERT 

MARK B. HEBERT Lionald Liveald 

Baseball 2,3; D.E. 4; Football 2. 

KATIE M. HEGLAW 

Girl's Tennis 3; Science Seminar 4; Spirits 2,3,- 

4. 

DAVID E. HEIMSOTH Dave 

Basketball 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 

4; Spirits 2,3,4. 

'terrence h. hein 

LAURA JEAN HEISNER Zonker 

Big Show 2; Euclidian 2,3; Letterman 2; 
N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Scandal 
3,4; S.I.E. 3; Ski Club Pres. 4. 
NANCIE LYNNE HENKEL Hinks 

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



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JAMES DANIEL HILL 

Eucuyo 4. 

JAMES S. HILL 

THOMAS D. HILL 

Football 2. 

GEOFREY ALLEN HIMES 

I.O.E. 3,4; O.O.E.A. 3,4. 

KIM MARIE HLABSE 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4 

Spirits 3,4; St. Council 4; Sr. Council 4. 

KENNETH A. HODAKIEVIC 

SUSAN A. HOGAN Su 

CHRISTINE A. HOINSKI Buckwhea 

Basic Horsemanship 2,3; Girl's Track 3; I.O.F 

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

ALICE ANN HOLCOMBE 

O.E. 2,3,4. 

RONALD JOSEPH HOLNY 

Football 3,4. 

WARREN E. HOLTZ 

MARIAN L. HOMAR 

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

CAROL JEANNETTE HOMMEL 

Aviation 2; Cheerleaders 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Con 

ditiong Club 2; Jr. Class 3; Majorette Club 2 

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

2,3,4; Weight Lifting 2,3; 500 Mile Club 3,4. 

RONALD A. HOPKINS 

DENNIS L. HOPPERT Ho] 

Choral Masters 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Medica 

Careers 3,4; Ski Club 4; Weight Lifting 3,4. 

CYNTHIA MARIE HOPTON Cind; 

Pink Panthers 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4. 

DAVID G. HORAN 

THOMAS J. HOSPODAR Ton 

Concert Band 2,3; Euclidian 3,4; Key Club 3,4 

Marching Band 2,3. 

JAMES M. HOUSER Jin 

Concert Band 2.3,4; C.O.E. 4; Indoor Track 2, 

3,4; N.A.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Powde 

Puff Football 4; Spirits 2.3,4; Symphonic Bant 

2,3. 

CHARLES E. HOWARD 

LINDA HOWARD 

SUSAN J. HRASTAR Sui 

Girl's Athletic Association 2,3,4; Girl's Fielc 

Hockey 2; Girl's Track 2; Girl's Volleyball 2,4 

Humanities East 4; Metal Sculpturing 2,3 

National Honor Society 3,4; Powder Puff Foot 



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Jl 4; Softball 2,3,4. 

)YCE ANN HRIBAR 

nerican Field Service 3; Ski Club 3. 

ICHAEL HRNYAK Yarbo 

iseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Letterman 2,3,4; 

itional Athletic Scholarship 3,4; Spirits 2,3,- 

)LLEN MARIE HUGHES Huey 

isic Horsemanship 2; Future Business 
aders 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Student Council 

ISEPH RUDOLPH HUMAR Joe 

ARY THERESE HUMENSKY Mar 

rl's Athletic Association 2,3,4; Girl's 

illeyball 2; Medical Careers 2,3; National 

inor Society 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

udent Council 4; Student Supply Store 2; 

rl's Softball 3. 

lARLES L. HUMMER Chuck 

'NNE ANN HUMPAL Hump 

Class 3; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 4; Sr. Coun- 
4; Ski Club 4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Swim 

am 2,3,4; Capt. 4; Wai Napolo 2,3,4; Vice- 

3S. 4. 

iREN S. HUNT 

D.E. 4; Jr. Class 3; Majorette Club 2; 

O.E.A. 4; LO.E. 3. 

5B0RAH ANN HUSA Debbie 

wder Puff 4. 

5B0RAH A. HYLE 



ISAN C. lANNICCA 

NDA INSANA 

count Clerk 2,3; 0.0. E.A. 3,4; Powder Puff 

JIY ALAN ISBESTOR Sylvester 

Room Fountain 4; Powder Puff Cheerleader 
Wrestling. 

^NCY MARIE IVANSEK Nance 

icHdian 2,3,4; Facluty Editor 3; Co-Editor- 
Chief 4; G.A.A. 2,3; I.Q.S. 3,4; Jr. Class 3; 
H.S. 3,4; Pink Panthers 2,3,4; Sr. Cabinet 4; 
udent Council 2,3,4; Exec Board 3,4; Social 
itertainment Chairman 4. 




VIVIAN M. JABLONSKI 

PETER MICHAL JAGIELLA 

MICHAEL JAMES JAKSA Jacks 

Intermurals 2,3. 

RITA MARY JAKUBAUSKAS Rita 

C.O.E. 4. 

SCOTT R. JAMESON 

PATRICK JOSEPH JANES Pat 

Chess Club 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Soccer 2,3,4; 

Spectrum 3,4. 

GERALD JEJCIC 

PETER J. JELENIC 

MARY BETH JEROME Beth 

A.F.S. 2; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Junior 

Class 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Wai Napolo 3,4; Varsity 

Chorale 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Spirits 3; Senior 

Cabinet 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

JUDITH ANN JIROUSEK Judy 

0.0. E.A. Work/Study Club 4; Senior Cabinet 

4; Computer Data Corps., Data Processing 

Treasurer 4. 

DENISE MARIE JOHNSON Dee Dee 

C.O.E. 4. 

LYNN M. JOHNSON Lyndi Star 

Ski Club 4; Survey Business 4. 

RANDAL G. JOHNSON R.J. 

Bicycle Club 2; Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 

3; Lighting Crew 3; Marching Band 4; N.H.S. 

4; Plays 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 4; Varsity Chorale 

4. 

RITA A. JOHNSON 

SUZANNE MARIE JOHNSON Sue 

G.A.A. 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4. 

DAVID B. JOHNSTON 

DAVE ALLEN JOHNSTON 

N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 4. 

DL\NE JOHNSTON 

SHARON M. JOHNSTON 

LEvIDA L. JONES 

Girl's Volleyball 3,4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; 

Weight Lifting 2,3,4; Wrestling 2. 

EUGENE A. JOURNEY 

KEVIN D. JOURNEY 

I.Q.S. 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Math Club 3; N.H.S. 

2,3,4; S.I.E. 2,3,4. 

THOMAS WILLIAM JOYCE 

Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Marching 

Band 2,3,4; P.A. Club & Audio Aids 2,3; Stage 

BAnd 3; 500 Mile Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; 

Weight Lifting 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4. 

LONDA JUE Loose Londa 

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

Majorette Club 2; Medical Careers 3,4; N.H.S. 

4; Senior Cabinet 4. 

DAWN MARIE JULIAN Dawnie Lou 

Majorettes 3,4; Co-Captain 4; Marching Band 

3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 4. 

PAUL J. JURKOVIC 



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MARGARET ANN KACPRZAK Margie 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Euclidian 2; Junior 



Class 3; Medical Careers 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 2,3; Student Council 
2; Senior Cabinet 4. 

THOMAS PCADUK Tom 

LESLIE A. KAINSKI Less 

Big Show 4; Concert Band 2; F.B.L.A. 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Girl's Tennis 2,3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Stage Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Varsi- 
ty Chorale 4; Student Secretary 4. 
GARY THOMAS KANE Gary 

Distributive Ed. 3,4; Hockey 2. 
ANNETTE MARIE KAPALIN Netter 

Euclidian 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Marching Band 2; 
Girl's Volleyball 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Medical 
Careers 3; Majorette Club 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Spirits 3.4; Student Council 4. 
KEVIN FRANCIS KAPALIN Moose 

Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Powder 
Puff Football 4. 
JAYME A. KAPEC 
NANCY MARIE KAPEC 
Clerk-Typist Club 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Ski Club 4. 

BETH ANNE KARDOS 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 
4; Humanities East 4; Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 4; 
Varsity Chorale 4; Student Secretary 4. 
JUDITH ANN KANOVIC Judy 

D.C.T. 4. 

KEITH ALLEN KARLOVIC 
Powder Puff Football 4, 
BILL JULIUS KATO Willie 

C.O.E. 4; Cross Country 3; Indoor Track 2,4; 
Outdoor Track 2,4. 

JULIA BEA KAUCIC Julie 

F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Girl's Volleyball 3; 
N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 3; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
ROBIN D. KAVON 

NANCY A. KEHN Nane 

LAURA C. KELEMBER 
CONSTANCE MARIE KELLER 

Killer Connie 
Big Show 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 
2,3; Girl's Track 2; Girl's Volleyball 3; Gym 
Leaders 3,4; Historian 4; Junior Class 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3; Student Secretary 2,3,4. 
MIKE J. KELLER Mike 



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Euclidian 4; Swimming 2,3. 
PATRICK JAMES SEAN KENNEY 
KIMBERLY K. KESTER 
LYNN M. KICKLE Lynn 

C.O.E. 4; Vice-President 4; LO.E. 3; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Student Council 2. 
MICHAEL S. KILKENNEY 
EMILY M. KINSLEY Emily 

DAVE MICHAEL KIRBISH Kirb or Fish 
Big Show 3,4; Camera Club 4; Football 2,3,4; 
Foreman's Club 4; Plays 3,4; Letterman 4; 
Swim Leaders 3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Stage 
Manager 3,4. 

DEBORAH MARY KIRCHNER Debbie 

Basic Horsemanship 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's 
Field Hockey 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Kids for Earth 2,3,4; 
Medical Careers 2,3; O.O.E.A. Work/Study 
Club 3,4; Treasurer of Region 12 4; Survey 3,4; 
Assistant Business Manager 4. 
WILLIAM PATRICK KIRCHNER Bill 

Camera Club 2; Eucuyo 3; I.Q.S. 4; Survey 
Business 3,4. 

JOHN PATRICK KLAUER Titmouse 

Baseball 2; Football 3,4; Weight Lifting 4. 
CARL KLAUGA 

BRUCE STEVEN KLEIN Bunny 

WALTER JOBIN KLEPAC Wally 

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

KEVIN JAMES KOCKER 
BRUCE KLUN 

ANNE MARIE KOBE Anne 

Euclidian 4; Eucuyo 4; Girl's Basketball 2; 
Metal Sculpturing 4. 

FRANK JOHN KOCJANCIC Bud 

Humanities East 4; Key Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 
SHIRLEY MARIE KOCJANCIC Shirl 

Baseball 2; C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 2,3; Historian 3; 
C.O.E. Parliamentarian 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Ski Club 2; Ski Team 2. 
MARIE T. KOETH 
JOHN R. KONCHAN 

MARGARET M. KONCHAN Margie 

Basic Horsemanship 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Kids for 
Earth 2,3,4; Medical Careers 3; O.O.E.A. 
Work/Study Club 3,4; Survey Business 3,4; 
Advertising Manager 4. 
JUDITH A. KOPEC Judy 



A.F.S. 2,3,4; Historian 3; Basic Horsemanship 
2; Euclidan Editorial 3; Humanities East 4; 
N.F.L. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2,3,- 
4; Student Council 2; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Wai 
Napolo 3,4; Computor Aide 4. 
LAURA DL\NE KORDICH Lou 

Euclidian 2,3,4; Eucuyo 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Student Council 4; Nurses Aid 
2; Office Aid 3; Senior Cabinet 4. 
ROBERT M. KOSKOVICS 
STEPHANE MARIE KOSMETOS 
JANET E. KOSTEN Kosten 

Big Show 3; Clerk-Typist Club 3; Pep Band 
2,3; Concert Band 2; C.O.E. 4; LO.E. 3; 
Secretary 4; LO.E. Secretary 3; Marching 
Band 2; O.O.E.A. Work/Study Club 4; Stage 
Band 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Symphonic 
Band 3. 

JAMES F. KOTAR 

MICHAEL E. KOTNIK Kotts 

Senior Cabinet 4. 

NICHOLAS KOUSTIS Nick 

Cross Country 3,4; Indoor Track 2,4; Letter- 
man 4; Outdoor Track 2,4; Soccer 2. 
DOROTHY MARIA KOVAC 
C.O.E. 4; LO.E. 3. 
CHRISTINE M. KOVACIC 
CAROL SUE KOWALSKI Susie 

Basic Horsemanship 2; G.A.A. 2,4; Gymnastics 
2; Majorette Club 2; Majorettes 3,4; N.H.S. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,3; Senior 
Cabinet 4. 
JOHN J. KOZEL 
Soccer 4. 

TOM VINCENT KOZLOSKY Stash 

PERRI K. KRAINCE 

CHRISTOPHER MATTHEW KRALL Chris 
Cinema Club 4; Eucuyo 4; I.Q.S. 4; Movie Club 
4; N.H.S. 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Writing Club 
3,4. 

ARLENE GRACE KRAMER 
Cinema Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Spectrum 2; 
Humanities East 3,4; Student Council 2; 
Writing Club 3. 

DAVID JOSEPH KRAMER Gorda Boy 

Baseball 2; Football 3; Weight Lifting 2,3. 
SANDRA ANN KRASOVEC Sandy 

Cheerleaders 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Gym- 
nastics 2; Humanities East 4; Junior Class 3; 
Chairman 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2,- 
3,4; Senior Cabinet 4. 
JEFFREY KREPSHAW 
Cross Country 3; Occupational Ed. 4; Student 
Supply Store 3. 
DENNIS CRAIG KREIGER 
Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2; Letterman 3,4. 
NANCY LEE KRNC Krunch 



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Ad Club 4; Basic Horsemanship 2,3; G.A.A. 

3,4; Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Spirits 2,! 

Swim Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

KAREN ANN KROME Krome-do i 

A.F.S. 4; G.AA. 2; Girl's Track 3; Humanit 

East 4; N.H.S. 4; Plays 3,4; Powder Puff Fo 

ball 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 

CARL KROSL 

Football 2; Indoor Track 2; Outdoor Track 

ED JOHN KROTINE He 

Football 2,3; Weight Lifting 2,3,4. 

CARL J. KRUGER 

THERESA ROSE KRYSIAK £ 

Basic Horsemanship 2; LO.E. 3,4. 

MARK R. KUBETIN 

Spirits 2,3,4. 

DORINA MARIE KURIEZ Kill 

Basic Housemanship 2; LO.E. 3,4. 

ELIZABETH ANN KUEBLER Bet 

G.A.A. 2, Chess Club 3; Majorettes 3,4; M 

jorette Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Mixi 

Chorus 2; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 4; Senior Tale 

Night 4. 

ROBERT ALAN KUEHN 

MARK DENNIS KUMEL Mou 

JUDITH M. KURILLA 



KATHLEEN LACH 

HARRY J. LA FOUNTAINE 

RHONDA J. LAKINS 

JAMES T. LAND 

Bicycle Club 3,4; Unicycle Club 2,3. 

PERRY L. LANE Ch 

I.Q.S. 4; Picochle Club 4/ 

ROBERT E. LANE Be 

Ad Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3; Gym Leaders. 

DEBBIE WEEKLEY LANESE 

Grasshopper & Weei 
Student Supply Store 3,4; Swimming 3,4. 
THOMAS WILLUM LASZCZ 
Basic Horsemanship 4; Pinochle Club 4; Stan 
Club 4; Tennis 4. 

KAREN MARIE LATSCH Shor 

Ad Club 4; D.E. 3; Student Council 
Counselor's Aid. 

RICHARD DANIEL LEASURE Lei 

Swim Leaders 2; D.E. 3. 
LUKE P. LEE 

GREGORY SCOTT LEGAN Lerc 

ROBERT M. LEGGE Le| 

Ski Club 4; Survey 4. 

CHARLES RICHARD LEHMAN Chuc 

Bicycle Club 3,4; Camera Club 2; P.A. Club 
Audio Aids 3,4; Radio Club 2,3,4; Secretar 
Treasurer 2; President 4; Unicycle Club 2,3. 
JOHN D. LEMMON 
Key Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 4. 
CHARLES R. LEUZZI 
ROBERT J. LEVENO 
NANCY ANN LEWIS 
G.A.A. 2,3; Gymnastics 2,3; N.H.S. 4. 
NANCY L. LEWIS 



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'owder Puff Football 4. 
lOLLEEN LEXA 

Hrls Cross Country 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girl's Track 
; N.H.S. 4; Pink Panthers 2; Powder Puff 
'ootball 4; 300-Mile Club 4. 
ENNIE J. LICKERT 

;oncert Band 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Junior Class 3; 
larching Band 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
all 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3. 
iINDA LOUISE LILLEY 
lasic Horsemanship 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Pink 
anthers 2,3; Student Secretary 4. 
AURA LEE LINDSAY 

.merican Field Service 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chair- 
lan 4; Girl's Basketball 3,4; Girl's Track 2,3,4; 
Hrl's Volleyball 2,3; Gym Leaders 3,4; 
'reasurer 4; Humanities East 4; Marching 
;and 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Powder 
uff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3; Spirits 4; 
ymphonic Band 2,3,4. 
IICHAEL ANTHONY LINN 
UE B. UPANYE 

i.O.E.A. Work/Study Club 3,4; Acct. Clerk 
,4. 

[ORMA JEAN LIPSTREU Norma 

r.A.A. 3,4; Junior Class 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
all 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 3,4. 
.ICHARD A. LITWINOWICZ Rick 

,OGER FRANK LOKAR 
udiophile Club 4; V.I.C.A. 4. 

:athryn l. loomis 
atricia a. loraw 
oyce a. lorek 
lan c. lose 
ichard francis lovsin 

i.U.D. Club 2,3,4. 

EE C. LOY 

lARBARA ANN LUBERGER Bonny 

r.A.A. 3,4; Junior Class 3; Senior Cabinet 4; 

owder Puff Football 4; Senior Class Council 4; 

tudent Council 4. 

:AREN RACHELLE LUCAS Luke 

.d Club 4; Plays 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

enior Cabinet 4; Student Council 4; Senior 

louncil 4. 

TEVE FRANCES LUDA Head 




ELAINE LUDWIG 

Powder Puff Football 4; Student Council 2,3. 
ALLEN ROBERT LUIKART Bud 

Powder Puff Football 4; Swim Leader 2,3; 
Swimming 2,3,4; Wai Napolo 2,3,4; Water Polo 
2,3,4. 

LOYAL EDWARD LUIKART 
Big Show 2,4; Choral Masters 2,3; Humanities 
East 4; Key Club 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Band 2; Stage 
Band 2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Varsity 
Chorale 4; Orchestra 2,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. 
GEORGE NICOLL LUNDSKOW Nick 

Camera Club 2,3,4; Euclidian 2,3,4; Inter- 
national Quill and Scroll 3,4; Symphonic Band 
2; Senior Council 4; Euclidian Sports editor 4; 
Euclidian Photography Editor 4; Balcony 
Basketball 3,4. 

CAROLYN SUE LUSHIN Carrie 

Eucuyo 3; Humanities East 3,4; Junior Class 3; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 3,4; Student 
Council 4; Junior Class-tri-chairman 3; Senior 
Class-Co Chairman 4; Student Council- 
executive board 4; Humanities East-Executive 
board 3,4. 



M 



LESLIE G. MABEL 

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

Students Involved in Education 2,3,4. 

JACK M. MACK 

Chess Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,- 

3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Survey Editorial 2,- 

3,4. 

JOHN A. MADAIO 

LAURA MADDEN Thumper 

AFS 2,3; Euclidian 3; GAA 2,3; Girl's Track 

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

Division Office 3,4. 

JACQUELYN JEAN MAGRUDER Jackie 

Senior Cabinet 4. 

MICHAEL F. MAIRE 

Aviation 2,3,4; Kids for Earth 2,3,4. 

JAMIE ANN MALONE 

G.A.A. 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 4; Ski Club 

2,3,4; Spectrum 2; S.I.E. 2,3,4; Student Supply 

Store 3; Survey Editorial 3,4. 

TERRY MANCE 

Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; 

Wrestling 2,3,4. 

CLARA M. MANCINI 

LYNN M. MANFREDONIA 

JAMES R. MANION Jim 

MARY JAN MANNERS 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 4; F.B.L. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 

Humanities East 4; Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 3,4; 

Science Seminar 2,3,4; Senior Cabinet 4; Swim 

Leaders 3,4; Water Polo 2. 

MARY L. MANTZ 

CYNTIDA V. MAREK 

ROBERT JAMES MARKEL 

STEVEN WADE MARKEL Steve 



WILLIAM A. MARKEL Bill 

JAMES J. MARKEL Jim 

Cross Country 2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
VANESSA LEIGH MARTINAK 
Gymnastics 2; St. Council 3. 
ANDREW D. MARTINIC Andy 

MIKE G. MARTINCIC 
JANE E. MATAICH 

A.F.S. 4; Humanities East 4; Metal Sculp- 
turing 4. 

GEORGE T. MATIC G.T.M. 

Euclidian 3,4; Advertising Editor 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Ski Club 3,4. 

CYNTHIA L. MATUCH Cindy 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; St. Council 4; Swim 
Leaders 2,3,4; Wai Napolo 2,3,4; Sr. Council 
3,4. 

MICHAEL ALLAN MAURER Malo 

Soccer 2,3,4. 

MARK DAVID MAVSAR 
Mixed Chorus 2; N.H.S. 4; Spirits 3,4; Swim 
Leaders 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Varsity 
Chorale 3,4; Water Polo 2,3,4; Sr. Council 4. 
PAULA ANN MAYER 

Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 2,3; Euclidian 
2; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; S.I.E. 4; 
Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Varsity Chorale 4; Sr. 
Council 4; Orchestra 3,4. 
RICHARD A. MAZZARO Maz 

Basketball 2,3,4; Lighting Crew 2,3; P.A. Club 




RODNEY LEWIS MAZZARO Maz 

Lighting Crew 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pep 

Band 3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 

JANE PATRICK MCCASKIE 

Hockey Aids 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

DAVID J. McCUNN Dave 

Hockey 2,3,4. 

JENNIE LYNN McGARRICLE 

EDWARD FRANCIS McGREGOR 

O.O.E.A. 3,4; Pres. 4; Vice Pres. 3. 

JAMES ALLEN MEDVES 

MICHAEL JOSEPH MELFI Melf 

JON C. MENSINGER 

Big Show 2,3; Choral Masters 2; Plays 2,3; Var- 



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sity Chorale 3,4; Sr. Council 4. 
RONALD RICHARD MEYER Ron 

Concert Band 2; Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor 
Track 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 3; Symphonic Band 
3. 

JOHN EDWARD MIKOLICH John 

N.H.S. 4; Sr. Talent 4. 

MARGARET MARY MIKOLIN Maggie 

C.O.E. 4; Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Spirits 4. 
MIKE J. MISH Big Mike 

Football 4; Water Polo 2; Wrestling 2, 
FRANCES MARIE MLAKAR Fran 

GERG MOG Smog 

Vocational Automotives 3,4. 
MICHAEL EDWARD MOLESKY 
Football 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Weight Lif- 
ting 2. 

OLIVER THOMAS MOLKENTIN OUie 

KIM MARIE MONDOK 
Basketball 2; Bicycle Club 2; D.E. 2,3; Eucli- 
dian 3; Girl's Volleyball 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

JAMES MONSMAN Mons 

JANET IRENE MOWER 
D.E. 3. 

BONNIE A. MUELLER Boo 

Ohio Office Ed. Assoc. 3,4. 
LAURA ANN MULLEN Laura 

Girl's Track 2; Office 4. 
LYNN D. MULTHAUP 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 4; Humanities East 2,3,4; 
Medical Careers 2; N.H.S. 3,4; S.I.E. 2,3,4. 
MARK STEPHEN MUNNINGS Sam 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 2,3,4; Cross Coun- 
try 2,3; Golf 3; Swimming 2,4; Water Polo 2. 
CHRISTINE MARLENE MYERS 




Basic Horsemanship 2,3,4; Humanities East 3; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4. 
ELAINE MARIE MYSLINSKI Elaine 

F.B.L.A. 3; D.C.T, 4. 



N 



DANIEL KEVIN NADERER Dan 

Condition Club 2,3; Football 3; D.E. 3,4; Water 

Polo 3. 

PAUL F. NAGLE 

ROBERT L. NASS 



STEPHANIE MARIE NEBEHAY Steph 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 4; G.A.A. 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; Ski Club 

2; S.I.E. 2. 

LISA JO NELSON 

A.F.S. 3; Basic Horsemanship 2,3; N.H.S. 4; 

Sr. Council 4; Ski Club 2. 

EILEEN JOAN NERONI 

DEBBY ANN NEWLEN Debby 

NANCY JEAN NICKLES Nick 

Clerk -Typist 3,4; Pink Panthers 3; Powder Puff 

Football 4; I.O.E. 3,4; Sr. Council 4. 

PHILIP J. NOCH Phil 

JOHN P. NOLAN 

GALEN D. NOLES Dr. No 

O.W.E. 3. 

CRAIG JOSEPH NUSRALA 

Cross Country 4; Ski Club 2,3. 







Larry 



LAWRENCE GERARD OBERLE 

N.H.S. 4. 

COLLEEN ANN OBRIAN OB 

Clerk-Typist 2,3; Pink Panters 2,3; Powder 

Puff Football 4; Sr. Council 4; I.O.W. 3; C.O.E. 

4. 

WARREN GREGG OPALK Opie 

Spring Soccer 2,3,4. 

CINDI LOUISE O'ROUKE 

Girl's Basketball 2; Girl's Track 2. 

JAMES LEONARD OSTBERG Jim 

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

EDWARD A. OSTRANDER Ed 

Hockey 2. 

JOHN PAUL OVSEK J.O. 

Cross Country 2; Letterman 3,4; N.H.S. 4; 

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

Water Polo 2; Weight Lifting 3,4. 

RACHEL ANN OYASKI Rae 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Basketball 2; Field Hockey 

2,3; Volleyball 3,4; Gym Leaders 4; I.Q.S. 3.4; 

Kids for Earth 2,3; Medical Careers 2,3; N.H.S. 

4; O.O.E.A. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Survey 3,4; Business Manager 4; Softball 2,3,4. 



DAVID B. PACKER 

ALLISON ANN PAHNER Ali 

Cosmetology 3,4. 

JOAN PAPIOANNIDES 

KEITH STEPHEN PAPALKO Keko 

Sr. Cabinet 4; Ski Club 2; Student Council 2; 

Orchestra 2; Sr. Class Co-Chairman 4. 

VICKY J. PARKINSON 

Clerk-Typist Club 2,3,4; M.C.C. 2. 

KATHLEEN EDNA PARR Parski 

Fr. Class 3; Sr. Cabinet 4. 

DEBORAH J. PARULIS 

DEBRA A. PATTERSON Pitter 

Choral Masters 3,4; Majorette Club 2,3; 

M.C.C. 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2; Pink Panthers 

2,3; Powder Puff 4. 

ROBIN A. PAUL Rob 



A.F.S. 2; Euclidian 2; G.A.A. 2; Jr. Class : 

Majorette Club 2; Powder Puff 4; Sr. Council- 

Sr. Scandal 4; Ski Club 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Sti 

dent Council 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wai Napo 

3,4; Historian 4. 

MICHELE ANN PAULIN 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette Club 2; Powder Puff. 

Spirits 3,4. 

STEVEN W. PAVELECKY Ste\ 

O.O.E.A. 3,4; Orchestra 2. 

MICHAEL A. PAVLIK Hea 

Audiophile Club 3; Cinema Club 2; I.Q.S. 3,' 

Radio Club 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 3,^ 

Symphonic Band 4; Vocational Automotive 




Su. 



Smile' 



3,4. 

DONALD PAVLOVICH 

Sr. Cabinet 4. 

SUSAN DUNE PAWLAK 

D.C.I. 4; Girls Softball 2. 

KARIN PAWSKI 

ROBERT A. PAYNE 

LAURA M. PECNIK 

JOHN E. PEDERSEN 

NANCY MARIE REDONE Nam 

Eucuyo 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 2 

Girl's Track 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Nurse's Aid 2,3,4 

Powder Puff 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 2,3,4. 

MICHAEL R. PENKO Miki 

Wrestling 2,3. 

CHRISTOPHER C. PENNZA 

PERRY C. PENNZA 

FREDERICK J. PENROD Free 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Chess Club 4; Golf 3; 

Math Club 3; Pinochle Club 3. 

JEFFREY A. PENZA Jefl 

Swimming 2. 

CHRISTINE ANN PERDAN Chris 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym 

Leaders 3,4; Gymnastics 2; N.H.S. 4; Pink 

Panthers 2; Plays 3,4; St. Council Survey 

Editorial 4. 

MICHAEL PERIL^Y Mike 

Tennis 4. 

JOSEPH ALAN PERNA Joe 

Wrestling 2,3,4. 

MARGARET E. PERROTTI Margie 

Sr. Cabinet 4; Spectrum 4. 

RACHELLE PEROVSEK 

BARBERA H. PERRY 

TIMOTHY J. PERRY T.J. 



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Baseball 2,4; Basketball 2; Indoor Track 3,4; 
Letterman 3,4; N.A.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Outdoor 
Track 3; Powder Puff 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
JOSEPH MICHAEL PESEC 
Movie Club 2,3; Veca 4. 
ROGER ALAN PETAN Ralf 

Big Show 3; Powder Puff 4; Ski Club 2,3; Sr. 
Talent 4. 

DONNA L. PETERS 
AUDRYE PETKOVSEK 
CYNTHIA S. PETRICK Cindy 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 4; I.Q.S. 4; Humanities 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 4; S.I.E. 3,4. 
STEVEN J. PETRO 
Powder Puff 4. 
ROY W. PETROFF 

Basketball 2; Choral Masters 2,3; Key Club 
3,4; Varsity Chorale 4. 
MICHAEL R. PETTI 
PAUL D. PHILLIPS 

CAROLYN M. PICCIANO Pitch 

A.F.S. 4; EucUdian 2,3,4; Co-Editor-IN-Chief 
4; Eucuyo 3; Girl's Track 2; Gym Leaders 3,4 
Gymnastics 2,3; Humanities 4; Exec-Board 4 
I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Sr. Council 4; S.I.E. 4 
Student Supply Store 2,3,4. 
ROCCO E. PIGNATIELLO Rocky 

D.C.T. 4; Wrestling 3,4. 
MADALINE ANNE PIKE Mad 

G.A.A. 2; Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2,3; 
Mixed Chorus 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff 4; Sr. 
Scandel 4; Ski Club 2,3. 
VICTORIA LYNN PINTO Vickie 

Big Show 3; G.A.A. 2; Majorettes 3,4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Ski 
Club 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Girl's Choir 2. 
TIMOTHY R. PLAGA 

ROBERT J. PLOTT Bob 

Cross Country 2; D.E. 3; N.H.S. 4; N.A.S. 4; 
Letterman 4; Outdoor Track 4; Ski Club 4. 
LOUISE ANNA POLLOCK Lou 

MARK POLLY 

PATRICIA POLUNUS Bloomers 

JAMES STANLEY POROPAT Poro 

Baseball 2; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; 
Captain 4. 

JAMES M. POTCHAR 
TIMOTHY F. POWELL 
VINCENT E. POWELL 
MAUREEN MICHELLE POWERS Moe 

A.F.S. 3; Girl's Softball 2; Powder Puff 4. 
CELESTE A. POYLE 
TONI M. PRIB 
RANDALL V. PRICE 
SCOTT KEN PRILESON 
Weight Lifting 3,4. 
LYNN M. PRINCIC 
A.F.S. 3; Ski Club 2. 

CYNTHIA L. PRIORESCHI Cindy Bones 
Mixed Chorus 2; Pink Panthers 2. 
MICHAEL T. PRITCHARD Mike 

Gum Leaders 2; N.H.S. 4. 
NANCY A. PRITCHARD Motor Mouth 



TIMOTHY MARK PRITCHARD Tim 

N.H.S, 4. 

MARY JENNIFER PURNELL Jennie 

G.A.A. 2; Jr. Class 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff 

4; Sr. Cabinet 4; Sr. Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; 

Students Council 2,3,4; Exec Board 3.4; Swim 

Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 3,4. 

JOSEPH S. PURO Joe 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Symphonic 

Band 3; Weight Lifting 3,4. 

JANET L. PURVIS Jan 

D.E. 3,4; Student Supply Store 2. 



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WILLIAM T. RADCLIFFE Guillermo 

Biology Lab Assis 2,3,4; Language Lab Assis 3; 
N.H.S. 4. 

ELIZABETH L. RADISEK Betty 

Girl's Volleyball 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Pink Panthers 
3; Powder Puff 4; Science Seminar 2,3; Ski 
Club 4; Student Supply Store 2,3,4. 
BARBARA A. RADO Rado 

Junior Class 3; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Corresponding Secretary 3; Girl's Basketball 
2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 2,3; Girl's Soccer 2,- 




3,4; Girl's Track 2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 3,4; 
Survey Business 4; G.A.A. President; G.L.A. 
Secretary. 

BARBIE JEAN RAGAN Babs 

C.O.E. 4. 

MADELYN ANN RACICEVICH 
Basic Horsemanship 2. 

SUSAN MARIE RAPINZ Sue 

D.E. 3,4. 

MICHAEL H. REED Willis 

Key Club 2,3. 

TIMOTHY D. REED Tim 

Cross Country 2,3.4; Indoor Track 2,3; Letter- 
man 2,3,4; N.A.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2.3; 
Spirits 3,4. 

WADE ALLEN REESE Weedhopper 

MIKE HOWARD REMINICK 
D.E. 2; Gymnastics 2; Letterman 2; Wrestling 
3. 

GREGG DAVID RESHETAR Reg 

Cross Country 3,4. 
VICKIE LYNN RIDD Vick 



Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 4; Majorette Club 2,3; 
Medical Careers 4; Plays 4; Girl's Chorus 2. 
MARY RIGGS Mary 

Astronomy 2; F.B.L.A. 2; Spectrum 2; D.C.T. 
Reporter 4. 

DEBORAH ROSE ROBERS Debby 

C.O.E. 4; Girl's Baseball 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2. 

MARK MC CONNELL ROBERTS 
Concert Band 2; Conditioning Club 2; March- 
ing Band 2; D.E. 3; Tennis 2,3; Balcony Bask- 
etball 3,4. 

DENNY LOUIS ROBINSON Superjock 

Foreman's Club 2; Powder Puff Football 2; 
Weight Lifting 2; Wrestling 3. 
JAYNE M. ROHLKE 

Astronomy 3,4; Big Show 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Treasurer, Secretary; Junior Class 3; Inter- 
national Quill and Scroll 4; Marching Band 2,- 
3,4; Vice-President 2,3; Secretary 2,3; N.H.S. 
3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Head 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Cabinet 4; S.I.E. 2,3,4; Historian 
Secretary; Survey Business 4; Survey Editorial 
4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Girl's Softball 2,3; 
German Club 4; Gym Leaders-Executive 
Board-President. 
TOM CHESTER ROJECK 
Basic Horsemanship 2,3,4; Bicycle Club 2: 
Foreman's Club 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 3,4. 
DENISE G. ROSCHY Deni, Frenchie, Roach 
Ad Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 
4; Senior Cabinet 4; Girl's Softball 2,3,4; E- 
Room Fountain. 
MARGARET L. ROSE 
C.O.E. 4. 

ELAINE GRACE ROSHONG 
A.F.S. 3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3: 
N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4; S.I.E. 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. Executive Board 3. 
SUSAN LYNN ROSS Susie 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Humanities East 
4; N.H.S. 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4; Computer 
Aid 4; Red Cross 4. 

SUSAN JANE ROSSMANN Sue 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; Girl's 
Field Hockey 2,3; Girl's Volleyball 4. Gym 
Leaders 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Powder Puff Football 
4; Senior Cabinet 4; S.I.E. 3,4; Girl's Softball 




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3,4; Gym leaders Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 
Sports Coordinator 4. 

JOIDA A. ROTAR Jody 

Cheerleaders 3; Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Mixed Chorus 2; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Spirits 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Senior Class 4. 
JOHN KEITH ROTONDO 
Indoor Track 2,4; Outdoor Track 2. 
DONALD JOSEPH ROZUM 
Cross Country 2; Swim Leaders 3,4. 
SHARON LESLIE RUPENA Sharon 

G.A.A. 2; Girl's Tennis 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4; Medical 
Careers 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2; 
Spirits 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Survey 
Editorial 3,4; Wrestling Aid 2. 
ALFRED L. RUSSELL IH Skeeter 

BRAD R. RUST C-R 

SUSAN JOSEPHINE RUZICH 
A.F.S. 3,4; Basic Horsemanship 3; Big Show 
3,4; Euclidian Editorial 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; 
Humanities East 4; I.Q.S. 3; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Science Seminar 2,3,4; S.I.E. 3,4; N.H.S. 
Treasurer 4; Euclidian Underclass Editor; 
Orchestra 2,3,4. 



JOSEPH M. SABA 

THADDEUM M. SABAT 

MELODY LEE SABOL Mil 

Powder Puff Football 4. 

TONY G. SAIA 

AL J. SAJOVIC Saj 

SHERIDAN ANN SALETRK Sheri 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclidian 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 

Humanities East 3,4; Executive Board 4; I.Q.S. 

4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2,3; S.I.E. 2,3,- 

4; President 4; Student Secretary 4; Buckeye 

Girls State 3. 

LEONARD 0. SALEY Bud 

MARUNNE SALOMONE 

A.F.S. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Volleyball 2; 

N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,- 

4. 

DEBORAH K. SANDERS 

RICHARD L. SANFORD Rick 

Football 2,3,4; Spirits 3,4. 

SANDRA A. SANTON Sandy 

DARBY E. SAVAGE 

KATHLEEN A. SCHAFFER Schaff 

I.O.E. 3; Junior Class 3; Senior Scandal 4; 

Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 




3,4; Girls Varsity Swimming 4. 
JAMES C. SHEFF 

LURAY ANN SCHEIDER Ray 

F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Ski Club 2; 
Wrestling Aids 2,3,4; Senior Talent Night 4. 
DEBBIE LYNN SCHMMELMAN Debbie 
Basic Horsemanship Club 2; I.O.E. 3,4. 
SCOTT MARTIN SCHMELZER King 

Choral Masters 2,3,4. 

KENT A. SCHMIDT Stormin Norman 

Key Club 4; Weight Lifting 2,3,4. 
PAUL JAMES SCHNEIDER Paul 

O.O.E.A, Work/Study Club 3,4. 
MARY ANN SCHULIK 
KAREN M. SCHULZ 

BARBARA MARIE SCHWENNER Barb 

MICHALE FRANK SCHWENNER I-Mike 
Football 2; Spectrum 2. 
CHERYL ANN SCOTT Cheri 

F.B.L.A. 3,4; Senior Cabinet 4. 
JEAN M. SCOTT 

GRACE M. SECHNICK Grace 

Cheerleaders 3; G.A.A. 2; Gymnastics 2; Junior 
Class 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 
4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 4; Wai Napolo 4. 
JOHN H. SEIDEL U John 

O.O.E.A. Work/Study Club 2. 
RICHARD A. SEMEGA 
Football 2. 

RON SEREDICH Fingers 

Gym leaders 3; Swim leader 3,4. 
MICHAEL L. SEXTON 
Cross Country 2. 

LARRY JON SHEGA Shoge 

CYNTHIA A. SHIRAN Cindy 

C.O.E. 4. 

MARK C. SHISILA Doc 

S.I.E. 4; Baseball 3. 

MARGRET GENE SHOEMAKER Pegg 

Majorette Club 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4. 
WILLIAM W. SHROUT 
DENA M. SHUMAN 

HARLAND WEBSTER SHUNK IE Jock 
Horsemanship 3,4; Chess Club 2,3,4; Football 
2,3,4; Spirits 4; S.I.E. 2,3,4; Weight Lifting 2,- 
3,4; Wrestling 2; Senior Talent Night 4. 
TACY A, SIEFERD 

ANNA MARY SIERKO Bootsie 

G.A.A. 2; Gymnastics 3; Gym leaders 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Science Seminar 2. 
TERI MARIE SILKOWSKI 
SHERRI LYNN SIMONL\N 
C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Junior Class 3; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Scan- 
dal 4; Spectrum 2; Spirits 2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil 2,3. 

ARDAMON SINGH Hashieba 

Chess Club 2; Concert Band 2; Indoor Track 4; 
Letterman 3,4; Marching Band 2,3; Outdoor 
Track 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; 
N.F.L. 4. 
DAVID SIRK 
ANN-SOFI MARIA SKAGIUS Fia 



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A.F.S. 4; Big Show 4; Humanities East 
Powder Puff Football 4; Student Council 
Varsity Chorale 4; Orchestra 4. 
LUCINDA GAY SKAPEN 
O.O.E.A. Work/Study Club 3,4. 
ANTONELLA SKARICA 
PATRICIA ANN SKERL 
A.F.S. 4; Horsemanship 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Junic, 
Class 3; Senior Cabinet 4. 
MIKE L. SKOVIRA Sk. 

Concert Band 2,3; Football 3,4; Intramurals 2, 
3,4. 

ROLAND ANTHONY SKUR RoUi. 

Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2; Letterman 2 
Outdoor Track 3; Student Council 1,3; Weigh 
Lifting 2; Wrestling 3,4. 
MARY BETH SLATTERY 
I.O.E. 3,4. 

DEAN F. SLEJKO Dear 

Big Show 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Marching Band 2,- 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Band 2; Stage Band 3,4;' 
Survey Editorial 3; Symphonic Band 2,3,4. 
JAMES ANTHONY SLIVERS Jim 

TERRANCE SCOTT SMITH Terry 

CYNTHIA A. SMOLE Lil' Moo 

Choral Masters 3; Euclidian 3; I.Q.S. 3; Mixed 
Chorus 2; Spirits 2,3; Varsity Chorale 4. 
ALICU JOY SMOLINSKI Smo 

Majorette Club 2. 
ROGER Z. SN'TOER 
Hockey 3,4. 

TIMOTHY RUDY SOEDER 
Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Spirits 4. 
JAMES C. SOKELL 
N.H.S. 4; Tennis 4; Medical Club 2. 
PATRICL\ ANN SPEARS 
Big Show 3; Chess Club 2; S.I.E. 1; A.F.S. 2. 
SHARON LYNNE SPEI Shnorks 

A.F.S. 4; Big Show 4; Choral Master 3; G.A.A. 
2,3; Majorette Club 2,3; Medical Careers 2,3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 3; Pink Panthers 3; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 
STEPHEN P. SPELIC 

KENT WILLUM SPRINGBORN Hey You 
MICHAEL W. STACK 

DAVE ALLAN STARR Dave 

AL STASKUNAS Trouble 

ELEANOR S. STASO 

DON V. STEEVES Don 

S.I.E. 4. 

ELLEN N. STEFAN AC 

Horsemanship 2; Medical Careers 2; Swim- 
ming 2,3,4. 
PAUL J, STEFFAS 
Weight Lifting. 
RICHARD T. STEGH 
DAVID J. STEIGMAN 
BRUN L. STENROOS 
ROBERT JOSEPH STEPHENS Lil' Will 
Baseball 2; Football 3; Hockey 3; Polar Bear 
Club 2,3; Spiro Agnew Fan Club 4, 
LINDA IRENE STEPITA Lin, Stepitz 

G.A.A. 2,3; Lighting Crew 3; N.H.S. 3,4; 



Zook 



Soeds 



Pat 



Marching Band 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Ski Club 4; Survey Editorial 
4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Ski Club Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Pit Orchestra 4; Unlcycle Club 3. 
JAMES A. STERMOLE Jim 

/^udiophile Club 4; P.A. Club & Audio Aids 4; 
Science Seminar 2. 
KENNETH W. STIGAMIER 
MARILYS V. STIGLIC Mar 

Ad Club 4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Junior Class 3; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 2,3,4; E-Room Foun- 
tain 3,4. 

JAMES LEE STINE Eel Enlt 

CHAR A. STIPKOVICH 
Pink Panthers 2; Spirits 2. 
LAURIE ANN STONE Laurie 

A.F.S. 2,3,4. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Tennis 2,3,4; 
Medical Careers 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Secretary 4; 
Science Seminar 2; Ski Club 4; Spirits 3. 
NANCY L. STONER 

VALERIE R. STRAH Val 

G.A.A. 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
WILLIAM J. STRANKA 
Hockey 4. 

CAROL ANN STRELL Bluntly 

I.O.E. 3,4; President 3; Secretary 4. 
RALPH M. STRNAD 
LAWRENCE M. STROHEN 
ANDREW J. STROK 

Concert Band 2,3; F.B.L. 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3; Science Seminar 2,3,4; 
Swim Leaders 3,4; Swimming 2,3; Symphonic 
Band 3. 

JAMES D. STRUBLE 
PHIL JOSEPH STRUNK 
DAVID P. STRYJEWSKI 
Foreman's Club 2,3. 
KAREN LEE SUCHEUITS 
PATRICL\ L. SUDAR Pat, Brown 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gymnastics 3,4; Medical Careers 
4; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Spirits 4. 
MAUREEN A. SULLIVAN 




KAREN J. SULZMANN 
Choral Masters 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorettes 4; 
Majorette Club 2,3; Medical Careers 3; Mixed 
Chorus 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2; 
Spirits 2,3; Senior Talent Night 4. 
ROB C. SUMMERFIELD 
MARK W. SUMNER 

DAVID H. SUMP Dave 

Big Show 3; Chess Club 2,3; Cross Country; In- 
door Track 2,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,4; Survey 
Business 3; Assistant Business Manager 3; 
Survey Editorial 3,4; Survey Managing Editor 
4; Varsity Chorale 4. 

MARY ELIZABETH SURRENA Pinkie 

Girl's Track 2; I.O.E. 3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; Ice 
Skating Leader 3,4. 

JIM C. SUSCHAK Sus 

Big Show 2,3,4; Camera Club 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4; 
Letterman 4; Lighting Crew 2,3,4; P.A. Club & 
Audio Aids 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Soccer 2,3,4; Survey Editorial 2,3,4; Swim 
Show 3,4; Senior Talent Night 2,3,4. 
NANCY ELLEN SUSEL 
C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Gymnastics 2; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2,4. 
MIKE A. SUSTAR Mike 

KENNETH MICHEAL SUSTARSIC 

Concert Band 2; Football 2,3,4; Indoor Track 

3,4; Letterman 3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4; Spirits 

4. 

PAULA SVILAR Paula 

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

3,4; Captain 4; Mixed Chorus 2; N.H.S. 4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 

MIKE PATRICK SWANEY 

MARTHA J. SWANHART 

N.H.S. 4. 

WILLUM G. SWARTZ 

A.F.S. 3,4; Bicycle Club 3,4; Choral Masters 

2,3; Concert Band 2; Humanities East 4; Indoor 

Track 3; Marching Band 2; Science Seminar 4; 

Varsity Choral 4. 

KATHY SUE SWEIGERT Kathy 

Girl's Cross Country 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's 

Basketball 4; Girls Track 2,3,4; Girl's 

Volleyball 3; Gym Leaders 4. 

JACQUELINE SWIFT Jackie 

CYNTIDA ANN SYAK Cynthia 

F.B.L.A. 4; I.Q.S. 3,4; Medical Careers 4; 

N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Student 

Council 2; Survey Editorial 2,3,4; Page Editor 

4. 

JOAN MARIE SZABO 

LAURA LA VERNE SZABO Laurie 

STEVE JOHN SZABO 

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

Symphonic Band 3,4. 

DOREEN CATHERINE SZUKALSKI 




BRENDA L. TABORY 



Brenda 



Junior Class 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 
2,3,4; Senior Cabinet 4. 
GREG J. TALTY 
MICHAEL THOMAS TALTY 
Football 4; Letterman 4. 
CYNTHL\ ANN MARIE TAMBORRELLO 

Cyndi 

JOHN W. TANNER 
ANITA TARANTINO 

Cheerleaders 3,4; Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 3; Senior 
Cabinet 4, 

CYNTHIA LOLTSE TARANTINO Cindy 
Concert Band 2; G.A.A. 2; Gym Leader 3; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 4; 
Student Council 4; Symphonic Band 3,4. 
CAROLE ANN TARTAGLLX Tart 

Humanities East 3,4. 

DAVID E. TASKA Flying Monk 

& Butterball 
Wrestling 2,3. 
JOAN D. TAUB 

Ad Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 3,4; 
Gymnastics 2; Powder Puff Football 4: Senior 
Cabinet 4. 

DAVID BAILEY TAYLOR 
Key Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; N.H.S. 4. 
HENRY PHILLIP TAYLOR 
Baseball 2,4. 

JUDITH MARIE TAYLOR 
Big Show 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3; Mixed 
Chorus 2; National Forensic League 3; Varsity 
Chorale 4. 

NANCY GRACE TERESI Nance 

Euclidian 4; Swim Leaders 3. 
TIMOTHY LELAND TESCHNER Tim 

MARTINA ANN TETRICK Tina 

Humanities East 3,4. 

JANICE L. THOMAS Tomas 

Choral Masters 3,4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Mixed 
Chorus 2; N.H.S. 4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Swim- 
ming 3,4; Wai Napolo 2,3,4; Swim Show Direc- 
tor 4. 

JEANNE MARIE THOMAS Jean 

KEVIN JAY THOMAS Kevin 

Concert Band 2; Golf 2,3,4; Pep Band 3; 
Marching Band 3; N.H.S. 4; N.A.S. 3; 
Symphonic Band 3; Weight Lifting 2,3. 
JOHN DANIEL THOME J.T. 

Football 1; Outdoor Track 1; S.I.E. 4. 



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CATHY L. THOMPSON Cathy 

Bicycle Club 2; Concert Band 2; F.B.L.A. 2; 

Marching Band 2,3,4; Metal Sculpturing 2; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Symphonic Band 3,4. 

DAVID IRA THOMPSON Tinkle 

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

2,3,4; Plays 2,3. 

ELAINE MARIE TIMINSKI 

Distributive Ed. 3.4. 

STANLEY ANTHONY TISHMAN 

Basketball 4; Concert Band 4; Math Club 4. 

MARY J. TOMKO Taco 

Choral Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; Gym Leaders 3; 
Majorettes 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2; Majorette 
Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4. 
ANN MARIE TOMSIC Annie 

Clerk-Typost Club 2,3,4; Spirits 2,3,4; S.I.E. 
2,3,4; Partying 2,3,4. 

DEBBIE JO TONN Deb 

C.O.E. 4; Girl's Basketball 2; Pink Panthers 2; 
Junior Class 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 2; Ice 
Skating Leader 3; Majorette Club 2. 
FRANK CARL TOTH 

JOANNE M. TRAINA Jo 

SUSAN CHRISTINE TRAMPOSCH Tramp 
JON MARK TRAMSAK Chink 

KENNETH J. TREICHEL Trike 

Aviation 2; Concert Band 2; Stage Band 4; 
Marching Band 3,4; P.A. Club & Audio Aids 4; 
Symphonic Band 3,4; Weight Lifting 4. 
JOSEPH EDWARD TRGO Trg 

Euclidian 2; I.Q.S. 2; Outdoor Track 2. 
JOSEPH LEO TROHA Joe 

Football 2,3,4. 

MARY MARGARET TROMMETTER Trom 
Choral Masters 4; Junior Class 3; Majorette 
Club 2; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Wai 
Napolo 2,3,4; President 4. 
CAROLYN TROST Frosty 

JOE TRUNKELY 

MARY T. TUSOCH Pumpkin 

Basic Horsemanship 2; Chess Club 3,4; G.A.A. 
2; Mixed Chorus 2; Plays 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Student Council 4; Swim Leaders 3,4; 
Wai Napolo 3,4. 

RICK A. TUTOLO Animal 

DEBBIE L. TYLER Ty 

Choral Masters 2; Wrestling Aid 2. 



Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4; 

Spirits 3,4. 

CLAUDETTE MARIE USSAI 



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DRAGO L. UDOVIC 

JANICE RUTH ULLMAN Wally 

Ad Club 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Big Show 4; Choral 

Masters 3; G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 4; 

Medical Careers 4; Mixed Chorus 2; N.H.S. 

3,4; Wai Napolo 3; Science Seminar 2; Swim 

Leaders 3,4; Varsity Chorale 4. 

DEBRA ANN URGELET Debbie 



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Smoker 



MARGARET V. VAIGINIA 

JOSEPH S. VALA 

Weight Lifting 4; Wrestling 2,3,4. 

DONNA E. VALENCIC 

TERRI L. VAN BENEDEN 

F.B.L.A. 3; Spirits 4. 

CARL VANDETTI Meatball 

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

Cabinet 4; Varsity Chorale 3,4. 




DAVID P. VAN ETTEN Muscles 

Cross Country 2; Swim Leaders 3,4; Weight 
Lifting 2,3,4. 
DONNA E. VAN PELT 

A.F.S. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 2,3; 
Girl's- Track 2; Girl's Volleyball 4; Gym 
Leaders 3,4; G.L.C. Vice President 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Spirits 3; Senior Cabinet 4; 
Student Council 2; Junior Class 3. 
DAVID R. VARGO Dave 

THOMAS M. VERDI 

MICHAEL J. VIDMAR Vid 

Hockey 2,3,4. 

ROSALIE VINCI Diago 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Senior Cabinet 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4. 
JOSEPH E. VIRGINIA Vee 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; N.H.S. 
4; Pep Band 2,3; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Swim- 
ming 2,3; Symphonic Band 3,4; Water Polo 2,3. 
JAMES M. VISAGE Jim 

Football 4; Indoor Track 3; Swim Leaders 2; 
Letterman 3; Outdoor Track 3; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader 2; Wrestling 2. 
ROBERTA ANN VITANZA Bert 

C.O.E. 4; 0.0. E.A. Work/Study Club 4. 
MARIE J. 'VRANEKOVIC Marie 

Bicycle Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Girl's Tennis 2; Gym Leaders 3; N.H.S. 4; Var- 
sity Chorale 3,4; Pinochle Club 4. 




SUSAN C. VULICH £ 

Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gii 
Field Hockey 2,3; Girl's Tennis 2; Gii' 
Volleyball 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 4; G.A.A. V 
President 4; Medical Careers 2,3; Metal Scu^ 
turing 2.3; Student Council 4; Powder Pt 
Football 4; Survey Business 4. 
ROBERT J. VURAICH Mewee 

Baseball 4; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3, 
Spirits 2,3,4; St. Council 3; Weight Lifting 2,: 
4. 

KAREN E. VURANCH A 

Humanities East 3,4; Junior Class 3; N.H.S. 
Plays 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Seni 
Cabinet Officer 4; Student Council 3,4; Vi. 
President 4; Buckeye Girls State 3. 



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WAYNE DAVID WACHHAUS 

Basic Horsemanship 2,3. 

MARK JOSEPH WADE Hea 

Cross Counti-y 2,3,4; Captain 4; Indoor Trac 

2,3,4; Distance Leader 4; Letterman 3,4 

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

Distance Leader 4; Spirits 3,4; 500 Mile Clu 

3,4. 

BARB ANN WAGNER Bar 

Girl's Basketball 2,3; Back-Fence Participatio 

2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

DANIEL J. WALLACE 

CHRISTINE ANNE WALSH Chri 

Back-Fence Participation 2,3,4. 

JEFFERY A. WALSH 

MARY CLAIRE NME WALSH 

C.O.E. 4. 

HARRY CHARLES WASCHISN Harr 

Football 2. 

MICHAEL R. WARDEINER Mik 

Basketball 2,3.4; Key Club 4; N.A.S. 3; N.H.S 

4; Spirits 3,4; Survey Business 4. 

MARY JOANNE WARDER 

Choral Masters 4; Girl's Field Hockey 2 

Hockey 3.4; Mixed Chorus 2; P.A. Club 8 

Audio Aids 2,3; Spirits 4; Varsity Chorale 4. 

PATRICK T. WARHOLIC 

TERRY KAY WASICKO Fidgei 

Clerk-Typist Club 3.4; Concert Band 2; Powdei 

Puff Football 4; Marching Band 2. 

TAMMY LYNN WASNAC Tammj 

O.O.E.A. Work/Study Club 3,4. 

JERYL A. WASNIAK 



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SUSAN LYNN WASON Sue 

Distributive Ed. 3,4. 

DONNA MARIE WATA 

Cinema Club 3; C.O.E. 4. 

COLLEEN MARIE WATSON 

HARRY WATTS Jr. 

Wrestling 7,8,9; 6 years of Judo 2,3; 12 years of 

Keyboard 2,3,4; Senior Talent Night 4. 

LORANN MARIE WATTS Lori 

Euclidian 4; Junior Class 3; Mixed Chorus 2; 

Senior Cabinet 4. 

DAVE LEE WEBER Dave 

Letterman 2,3; Wrestling 2,3. 

DEBORAH A. WEEKLEY 

DEBRA ANN WEHR Debbie 

JANICE LYNN WEINDEL Shamu 

DONNA S. WEISS 

GABRIELE WEISSFUSS Gobi 

ROBERT ED WERSTAK 

MATT WEST Mat The Cat 

Indoor Track 2; Tennis 2. 

DEBORAH ANN WHITE Binky 

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

Distributive Ed. 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 2,3; Girl's 

Volleyball 2,3; Plays 2; Varsity Chorale 4. 

FRANCES LORAINE WHITE Fran 

A.F.S. 3,4; Humanities East 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; 

Majorette Club 2; N.H.S. 4; A.F.S. President 

1; Science Seminar 3; Senior Cabinet. 

GARY R. WHITNEY Meewee I 

Baseball 2; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Wrestling 2. 

ROBERT A. WIDLICKA 

Basketball 2; N.H.S. 4; Outdoor Track 2. 

CHUCK WIEGAND Mac 

KATHLEEN MARIE WIEHN Kathie 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Aviation 2; Eucuyo 4; Humanities 

East 4; I.Q.S. 4; S.I.E. 2,3; Survey Editorial 2,- 

3,4; A.F.S. Vice President 3. 

JAMES WIGHTMAN Wighty 

Concert Band 2; Cross Country 4; Indoor Track 

3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 3,4; 

Pep Band 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; 

Symphonic Band 3,4. 

GREGORY B. WILHELM 

CATHLEEN MARIE WILLIAMS Cathi 

Girl's Basketball 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4. 

GREGG WILLIAMS 

Weight Lifting 4. 

JEFF DEAN WILSON Willie 

Baseball 2,3,4; Conditioning Club 2,3; I.Q.S. 




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2,3; Pinochle Club 3; Radio Club 2,3,4. 
STEPHEN JEFFERY WILSON Willi 

Concert Band 2; Hockey 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,- 
4; Letterman 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Marching Band 
2; Spirits 4; Symphonic Band 2,3.4. 
THERESA ELLEN WILSON Terri 

Choral Masters 3,4; Hockey 3,4; Mixed Chorus 
2; Pink Panthers 2; Spirits 4. 
THOMAS H. WILSON Tom 

Letterman 4; Soccer 4. 

BARBARA ANN WINTERS Barb 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Choral Masters 4; Swim Leaders 
2,3,4; Humanities East 4; Medical Careers 4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Ski Club 4; Wai Napolo 2,3; Senior 
Cabinet 4. 
LALUA WISE 

Cheerleaders 3,4; Football 2; G.A.A. 2; Powder 
Puff Football 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4; 
Swim Leaders 2,3,4; Wai Napolo 2,3,4; J.V. 
Cheerleading Captain 3. 
JOY L. WISKES Whiskey 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Rec. Secretary 3; Treasurer 4; 
Girl's Basketball 2,3,4; Girl's Field Hockey 2; 
Girl's Tennis 2,3,4; Girl's Volleyball 2,3,4; Gym 
Leaders 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 
LORI BETH WITT Half-Pint 

Gymnastics 3,4; Secretary 2,3,4. 
NANCY JUSTINE WLODARSKI 
Big Show 3; G.A.A. 2; Majorette Club 2; 
N.H.S. 4; Pink Panthers 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Wai Napolo 4. 
DOUGLAS WOLFF 
CHENEY WONG 

ROBERT S. WRIGHT Bob 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Key 
Club 3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; President 3,4; 
N.A.S. 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Spirits 4; 
Swimming 2; Cross Country Co. Captain 4. 
DIANE SHARON WRONA Diny 

Cheerleaders 3,4; Gymnastics 2; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swimming 4. 
ALICE E. WHYMAN 



ANNE M. YAGER Yages 

G.A.A. 2; Humanities East 4; Junior Class 3; 
Science Seminar 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Swim 
Leaders 3,4; Senior Talent Night 4. 
MICHELLE S. YASPAN Pixi 

ANDY P. YEDLICK 

Concert Band 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Lighting Crew 
4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Soccer 2,- 
3,4; Stage Band 4; Symphonic Band 2,3. 
DOUGLAS R. YORK Titmouse 

Back-Fence Participation 2,3,4. 
SUSAN A, YOUNG Sue 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 4; Junior Class 3; 
Majorette Club 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 3,4. 
ELAINE YURKOVICH 



KAREN A. ZAHORSKY 

C.O.E. 4; Junior Class 3; Mixed Chorus 2; 

Powder Puff Football 4; Spirits 2. 

LINDA D. ZAJC Linda 

Cheerleaders 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Junior Class 3; 

N.H.S. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior 

Cabinet 4; Spirits 2,3,4; Swim Leaders 2,3,4; 

Wai Napolo 2,3,4; Cheerleader Captain. 

LAWRENCE E. ZAKRAJSEK Larry 

JAMES J. ZAWOJEK "Z" 

Basketball 2; Conditioning Club 2,3; I.O.E. 2; 

Swimming 2; Weight Lifting 2,3. 

MICHAEL J. ZDOVC 

DONNA ZGONC Bawana 

GARY J. ZICCARDI Z 

A.F.S. 4; Baseball 2,3; Choral Masters 4; Golf 

3; Humanities East 4; Key Club 4; N.H.S. 4; 

Picochle Club 4; Ski Club 4; Tennis 4; Weight 

Lifting 4; Candidate Boys State 3. 

COREY ZIMMERMAN "Z" 

EVE CHRISTINE ZIMMERMAN 

JAN E. ZIMMERMAN 

Swimming 2,3,4. 

KEVIN A. ZrVKOVICH Ziggy 

Eucuyo 4. 

TIMOTHY ZNIDAR Shnietz 

Foreman's Club 3. 

ROSE M. ZSALUDKO Motor Mouth 




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WHITE MOTOR 
CORPORATION 



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UCLID, IIMC 



SUBSIDIARY OF SA^HITE MOTOR CORPOR AT I O N 




22221 ST. CLAIR AVENUE 



EUCLID, OHIO 44117 



SAXON 
FANCY MEATS 

Distinctive Party Foods 
Delicious Prepared Salads 

848 East 200th Street 





ROESCH PAINT 
& WALLPAPER CO. 

Euclid's Largest Paint Distributor 

DUTCH BOY— BENJAMIN MOORES 

KYANIZE PAINTS— REZ WOOD STAINS 

855 East 222nd St. 73 



272/Advertising 



Buying a Home? Selling 

a Home? 

CALL 

MR. FRANK 
JOCHUM 

Vice President — Associate 
Broker 



BOB ANDERSON REALTY, 

INC. 
21801 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 



Office: 261-3200 



Res.: 731-8931 



Lending^ a helping hand to 
make things better... 

for your business 
f^ for your family 

^J-}. for yourself. . . 

M ".^that's 

'^•f^^ -^ our 

^ business. 




Euclid M National Bank 



Congratulations and 

"Good Luck" to 
the Graduates of 1975 



From 





"VLASTA'S ART 
GALLERY" & 

"REMEMBER A FRIEND" 

Greeting Cards 
896 E. 222 Street 731-2112 



Advertlslng/273 




PIZZA & RESTAURANT 

PICA-CHICK 

^ QH ^g tt jJ^, Pressure Fried Chicken 



Carry Outs Our Specialty 



-OPEN SUNDAYS— 

25571 EUCLID AVE. (AT BABBITT) 

731-7446 



COLONIAL 
HOMESTEAD 

22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-8535 




DICK'S 

BARBER-STYLE 

SHOP 

30760 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Willowick, Ohio 

Appointments 944-8223 
Dick Wardeiner — Stvlist 



Congratulations 
Class of 1975 



RUSSELL MILLER 
GARAGE 

21800 St. Clair Avenue 
486-3698 



274/Advertising 



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ODILILISE? 



See Cardinal 
Federal Savings 
for a college loan. 

Stop in and discuss 
your requirements 
with one of our 
loan officers. 



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ARDINAL 



Federal Savings 

& Loan Association 



79 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU! 



FLICKINGER, 
INC. 

939 East 222nd Street 

731-9200 



TIRES 




TLICKI>IG E R 





CONVENIENT 
FOOD 
MART 

811 East 222nd Street 

261-2289 



Advertising/'275 




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Building Maintenance Products 

Cleaners — Strippers — Floor Finishes 

Disinfectants — Ind. Vacuums — Scrubbers 

Automatic Scrubbers — Floor Machines 

Interior Supplies — Paper Products 

LINDSEY 
CHEMICAL CO. 

20500 St. Clair Avenue 

44117 

(216) 692-3444 



Congratulations 

To 

Euclid High School 

Class of "75" 



EUCLID WIRE 
INC. 



S T A N D A R D QLk 




HEALEY'S SOHIO 

24310 LAKELAND BLVD. 

731-9868 



Compliments of 

TERRILL'S 
LAKELAND LIGHTING 

23570 Lakeland Blvd. 
486-5132 



276/Advertising 



BEST WISHES 

to the graduates of 1975 

GABRIEL INSURANCE 
AGENCY 




"ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE" 

22090 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 

EUCLID, OHIO 44123 

731-6888 




jt STOP LOOKING! 

The Odds are 100 to 1 We Have It 



FOREST CITY 
AUTO PARTS 



CLEVELAND EAST: 9900 Buckeye Rd.— 795-5995 

CLEVELAND WEST: 2001 Clark Ave.— 241-5425 

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

(Just North of Brookpark Rd.) 

BEDFORD: 607 Broadway— 232-5840 

(Across from Bedford Post Office) 

EUCLID: 22460 Lakeland Blvd.— 289-5000 

(Exit Lakeland Frwy.— E. 222nd) 

OPEN Nites Til 10 P.M. 

Sunday 9 Til 5 P.M. 

All Credit Cards Honored Free Parking 



Congratulations 
From Your Own 



EUCLID NEWS 
JOURNAL 

More Of What You Want: 

Euclid School Sports 
Euclid School Schedules 
Euclid School Happenings 
PLUS: 
STORIES and PICTURES of Your 
Local Area, PEOPLE and 
PLACES. 

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




EUCLID-RACE DAIRY 
& ICE CREAM CO. 

503 East 200th Street 
481-4700 



GOSHIN-DO SCHOOL 
OF KARATE 

758 East 200th Street 
261-9833 



SOSHIN-DO 

SCHOOL OF ,-, 

<ARATE ^: 




278/Advertising 




Compliments 
of 



MANCHESTER STEEL 
CORP. 



20900 St. Clair Ave, 



692-3300 




23300 Lakeland Boulevard - Euclid, Ohio 44132 
Phone 731 3787 



BOULEVARD 
BEVERAGE 




22742 Shore Center 289-6466 



Advertising/279 



Congratulations: 

NOW! For 

A Good 

Job With 

Future 

Fair Pay 

Benefits 

See or Call 



Buerkel & Associates 

21930 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3311 

Professional Employment Service 
A Euclid name since 1929 




QUICK-FIT 
MUFFLER 

23300 Lakeland Blvd. 

731-9484 



FLORAMA 
FLOWERS 

22382 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-0200 

0. LOFTUS 



T. J. MURNICK 

MANUFACTURING 

INC. 

23700 St. Clair Avenue 
486-6666 



280/Advertising 



26841 Tungsten Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 44132 

Phone: 216/261-2100 

TWX 810 • 421-8412 • Telex: 98-5467 

Socket Head Products 
Cold Headed Products 

Cap Screws • Set Screws 
Automatic and Hand 

Screw Machine Products 


Congratulations 

Class of 1975 

SUPERIOR 

SAVINGS & 

LOAN ASSOC. 

798 East 185th St. 481-8552 
13515 Euclid Ave. 681-8100 
6712 Superior Ave. 431-2497 
14406 Cedar Rd. 381-4280 


DON MITJ.KR 

SERVICE STATION 

810 East 222 Street Phone: 
Euclid, Ohio 731-4446 


Best of Luck to the 
Class of 1975 

MARK 
HAIRDRESSERS 

22308 Lakeshore Blvd. 
731-1550 



Advertising/281 





MEMBER OF 
AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 



21500 St. Clair Avenue 
481-5400 



Manufacturers of Aluminum 
and Zinc Die Castings 



282/Advertising 



Congratulations 




TOWER AUTO PARTS CO. 



358 East 152nd Street 



531-8077 



BEARING 
DISTRIBUTORS 





23570 



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BEARING 
DISTRIBUTORS 

23570 Lakeland Blvd. 

261-4535 




Congratulations 

RADIX WIRE 
COMPANY 

26260 Lakeland Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 44132 

731-9191 



Advertising/283 



GARCO 

MACHINERY, 

INC. 

MACHINE TOOLS . . . 
PNEUMATICS 

AND 
HYDRAULICS 

2100 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

531-9120 




ARMY SURPLUS 

560 East 200 Street 



GORJANC REFRIGERATOR 

& 

AIR CONDITIONING, 

INC. 




Compliments of 

MARTIN'S 
FREEZE 

20321 Euclid Ave. 
486-1325 



60 East 200 Street 002-2557 



284/Advertising 



INDIAN HILLS 
SHELL SERVICE 



19365 Euclid Avenue 
486-8008 



Alignments • Brakes • Exhaust Systems 

Tuneups • Air Conditioning 

Rustproofing — Lifetime Guarantee 




FRIEDMAN'S 
JEWELERS 




22304 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3450 



EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS 

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



Martin Lisac 
481-6106 



19901 St. Clair Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 44117 




Advertising/285 



CONGRATULATIONS 
AND GOOD LUCK TO 

CLASS OF 1975 

EUCLID SENIOR 

fflGH SCHOOL 



EUCLID PLANT OF 

ADDRESSOGRAPH 

MULTIGRAPH 

1200 BABBITT ROAD 





SHOREGATE 
SHELL 

29000 Lake Shore Blvd. 
943-9640 

OPEN 7 DAYS, 6 A.M. To 11 P.M. 

TOWING-ROAD SERVICE 

TUNE UP 




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USED 
tCARS 



21601 Euclid Avenue 
481-8800 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of '75 




RELIANCE 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 



WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 



286/Advertising 



uue place your help ujonted ods 
any tuhere -U.5.Q. 9 conada, u.k., europe 

The World's largest recruitment ad agency is 

headquartered here in Cleveland. Call us at 861-3787 

and get acquainted! 



As specialists and pioneers in modern re- 
cruitment advertising, we have developed 
techniques which are unusually effective. 
Our ads work. Word gets around. That's why 
we now handle recruitment advertising for 
many of the leading firms in the nation. 
□ Nationwide Advertising Service, Inc. has 
21 offices in key labor markets over the 
country— all linked to the Cleveland Head- 
quarters by Telex and Fax equipment for 
Instant transmission of advertising copy and 
layouts. We have a staff of nearly 100 per- 
sons, copywriters, artists, researchers and 



specialists In recruitment advertising 
service. Our agency is different. We con- 
centrate on satisfying the needs of Person- 
nel Executives. Whether It's for a one-inch 
ad or a full page, a new brochure or a bill- 
board. We offer you unique services. For 
example, when you are out-of-town on a 
recruitment trip: We'll place your ad, with 
a local telephone number, and take your 
calls, pre-screen applicants and set up 
appointments for your interviews. Find out 
what we can do for you. Ask for our free 
publications. 




The Personnel Executives Ad Agency— Ted Stepien, President 

notionujide advertising service, inc. 

601 Rockwell Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 441 14 
Telephone 861-3787 



if you need one good i^ 
office girl or o dozen- ^ 
port time or temporory ^ ^ n^ 

coll nPTIOnUUIDE GIRLS 

"The top local talent in temps" 




Call us and get acquainted You never know 
when you'll need a capable office girl to fill in. 
We provide talented replacements on short 
notice — and full complements of girls for peak 
loads and special projects. Whatever the emer- 
gency.— vacation, illness, resignation 
sudden expansion of operations — dis- 



cuss your needs with our Customer Service 
staff. Competence of our Nationwide Girls is 
guaranteed. You pay only for the hours they 
work, no fringes, no deductions and no prob- 
lems. Nationwide Girls is a subsidiary of 



Nationwide^ 
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Euclid office / Suite 212 
22700 Shore Center Drive 
Downtown Cleveland Suite 
456 / 601 Rockwell Ave. 
( between E. 6th &E. 9th) 



Nationwide Advertising Service, 
Ted Stepien, President. 



TEMPORARY HELP 



I nc. 



261-6808 Euclid 
861-0045 Downtown 



GENERAL OFFICE 
SECRETARIES 

KEY PUNCH 

TYPISTS 



Advertising/287 




"BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP, INC 



20980 St. Clair Avenue 
481-4333 



Good Luck Class of 1975 




INDUCTION BRAZING 
& SOLDERING 



•Brazing by Induction — Gas 
•Soft Soldering — all types 
•Welding, Arc, Spot 
Projection Heli-Art 
•Light Manufacturing 

L.J. (Bill) Schell 

21850 St. Clair Avenue 
486-8283 



Congratulations Class of '75 

MAX'S 
RESTAURANT 




22350 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-1800 



288/Advertising 



WILDWOOD 
FLORIST 

Designs by Mr. Lee 

20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 
486-5100 




Compliments of 



LATOUR 
OLDSMOBILE 



25200 Euclid Avenue 
261-2800 



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EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 



22741 Shore Center Drive 
261-2600 



Advertising/289 



THE MILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING CO. ' 



Helyx Drive Screws — Nails — Tacks 



21700 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44117 



Charles K. Hill II Telephone 531-0300 

President Area Code 216 



290/Advertising 



Compliments of 



SMITH'S 
RESTAURANT 



22305 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9900 



Congratulations 
Class of 1975 




TECHNO TRUCK 
MFG. CO. 



20850 St. Clair Avenue 
692-3110 




SHERWIN WILLIAMS 
CO. 



22366 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-8100 



IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR 
BEST WISHES, FROM 



Ifourjewder 



•EAST 185th near LAKE SHORE 
•SHOREGATE SHOPPING CENTER 
•GREAT LAKES MALL 



Advertising/291 




BOB'S 

CAR 

CARE, INC. 



•Complete Auto Reconditioning 
•Vinyl Tops 
•Interiors Dyed 

•Complete Discount Tire Center — 
All Brands 

21734 St. Clair Avenue 
531-8600 



BOB HOWARD 




CENTER 
BEVERAGE 



22362 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-9473 




Compliments of the 



LUBRIZOL CORPORATION 



292/Advertising 




BEN DIGIOVANNI 



PHONE 

486-4343 

480 EAST 200 ST. 



Advertising/293 




EUGENE'S 
HAIR-EM 

22682 Shore 
Center Drive 

289-7775 



Congratulations 
Class of 1975 



AUSTIN 
CLEANERS 



21155 

Euclid Avenue 

531-9847 



COMPLIMENTS 

from 



CHESTERFIELD 

STEEL 

SERVICE CO. 

1220 East 

222nd Street 

481-6600 




J & J 

SUNOCO 

21217 

Euclid Avenue 

531-1716 



294/A(ivertising 




CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1975 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Advertising/295 




FREDON 
CORPORATION 

1400 East 222nd Street 
531-1780 



Tools 

Jigs 

Fixtures 



Short Run Production 
Prototype 

Precision Machine Specialists 





MARIO'S 
FLOWERS 

25551 Euclid Avenue 
261-3636 



Compliments of 

LONDON 
CLEANERS 

23930 Lakeshore Blvd. 
261-3888 



LONDON CLEANERS & TAILORS 




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PARENT TEACHER STUDEK 


SCHOOL 
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Name Page Number 


Advertising Index 




Name Page Number 


Addressograph-Multigraph 


286 


Fredon Corp. 




296 


Russell Miller Garage 


274 


Alvin's Jewelers 


291 


Freeway Sunoco 




270 


T.J. Murnick Co., Inc. 


280 


Armao's Restaurant 


274 


Friedman Jewelers 




285 


Nationwide Advertising 


287 


Army Surplus 


284 


Gabriel Insurance Agency 




277 


Palisades Bowl 


271 


Austin Cleaners 


294 


Garco Machinery Inc. 




284 


Papp's Auto Body Shop 


288 


Bearing Distributors, Inc. 


283 


Gorjanc Refrigerator & 






Parent Teacher Student Assoc. 


297 


Big Bouquet Flower & Gift Shoppe 


293 


Air Conditioning 




284 


Pressure Castings, Inc. 


282 


Bob's Car Care 


292 


Goshin-Do-School of Karate 




278 


Quickfit Muffler 


280 


Boulevard Beverages 


279 


Healey's Sohio 




276 


Radix Wire Co. 


283 


Buerkel & Associates 


280 


Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 




290 


Raimor Studios 


268 


Cardinal Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. 


275 


Indian Hills Shell Service 




285 


Reliance Electric Co. 


286 


Carrol's Restaurant 


270 


Induction Brazing & Soldering 




288 


Roesch Paint & Wallpaper Co. 


272 


Center Beverage Delicatessen 


292 


Jerry's Shell Service 




269 


Rudy's Quality Meats 


269 


Chesterfield Steel Co. 


294 


J & J Sunoco 




294 


Saxon Fancy Meats & Caterers 


272 


Colonial Homestead 


274 


Journal Newspaper 




278 


Sherwin Williams Co. 


291 


Convenient Food Mart-East 200 


271 


Mr. Frank Jochum 




273 


Shoregate Shell 


286 


Convenient Food Mart-East 222 


275 


K.L.I. Inc. 




281 


Sim's Buick 


286 


Dick's Barber— Style Shop 


274 


Knific Insurance 




269 


Smith's Restaurant 


291 


Euclid Blue Print & Supply 


271 


Latour Olds. 




289 


Stevens Supply Co. 


279 


Euclid Foreign Motors 


285 


Lindsey Chemical Co. 




276 


Student Council 


295 


Euclid, Inc. 


272 


London Cleaners 




296 


Student Supply Store 


298 


Euclid National Bank 


273 


Lubrizol Corporation 




292 


Superior Savings & Loan Assoc. 


281 


Euclid Race Dairy 


278 


Manchester Consolidated Industries 


279 


Techno Truck Manufacturing Co. 


291 


Euclid Wire Inc. 


276 


Mario's Flowers 




296 


Terrill's Lakeland Lighting 


276 


Euclidian Beauty College 


289 


Mark Hairdressers 




281 


Tomsic Auto Body 


270 


Eugene's Hair — Em 


294 


Martin's Freeze 




284 


Tower Auto Parts Co. 


283 


Flickinger Inc. 


275 


Max's Restaurant 




288 


Vlasta's Art Gallery 


273 


Florama Flowers 


280 


Don Miller Sohio 




281 


Wai Napolo 


297 


Forest City Auto Parts Co. 


278 


Milt Miller Pontiac 




271 


Wildwood Florist 


289 

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298/Advertising 



PATRONS 



ADAM'S PET SHOP 

395 East 200th Street 
486-7009 



DR. A.J. BLASKEVICA 



DON A. CRAWFORD, 
D.D.S. 



ALADDIN CARPET 

& 

FURNITURE CLEANER 

22384 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-8173 



BRAZING & METAL 
TREATING INC. 

21200 St. Clair Avenue 
486-4350 



CROBAUGH FUNERAL 
HOME 

22595 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-4259 



DR. and MRS. 
R.M. BALDWIN 



BRICKMAN & SONS 
FUNERAL HOME 

21900 Euclid Avenue 
481-5277 



DECKER APPLIANCE 

445 East 200th Street 
486-7200 



BARRON'S 

COIN OPERATED 

WASHERS & DRYER'S 

INC. 

20300 St. Clair Avenue 
531-6000 



R.B. BROGLIO, 
D.D.S. 



DISCHARGE MACHINING 
INC. 

21711 Tungsten Road 
531-8200 



BEACHLAND PHARMACY 

20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-6000 



CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS 

1150 East 222nd Street 
531-0710 



DRS. 
FANNEY and ROHRER 

25100 Euclid Avenue 
261-2606 



PATRONS 




EAST 200th HARDWARE 



673 East 200th Street 
481-8448 



DR. J.J. HRISKO 

574 East 200th Street 
481-2545 



DR. AND MRS. R.A. 
KRIESSLER 

21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



EUCLID OFFICE SUPPLY, 
INC. 

756 East 22nd Street 
531-5311 



HUDSON PHARMACY 

922 East 222nd Street 
732-7066 



LEADER DRUG 

22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7474 



HERB FITZGERALD'S 
RECORD SHOP 

635 East 185th Street 
531-1313 



HYDE FIRESTONE 

727 East 185th Street 
531-7443 



MOLNAR'S DAIRY QUEEN 
435 East 200th Street 

486-0929 I 



STANLEY LOWELL FOX, 
M.D. 



J.C. HOMER T.V. 

528 East 200th Street 
481-7991 



DR. AND MRS. 
H.A. NELSON, Jr. 



FREEWAY SPORTING 
GOODS 

22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-8329 



KNAFEL'S MARKET 

20070 Lake Shore Blvd. 

481-4411 



NULICK & STROBEL, 
INC. 

924 East 222nd Street 
261-3355 



300/Advertlslng 



PATRONS 



OHIO HONING 
& HYDRAULIC 

23800 St. Clair Avenue 
731-5700 



ROSS' MEATS 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-5757 



TONY and PAUL'S 
UNION 76 



PERRY DRUG 

706 East 185th Street 
531-7777 



DR. AND MRS. EL WOOD 
SAWITKE 

18604 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-0979 



VASSAR HEALTH FOODS 

21933 Euclid Avenue 
692-1875 



PETRIC'S BARBER SHOP 

783 East 185th Street 
481-3465 



SHORE CARPET 

854 East 185th Street 
531-0484 



DR. J.L. WHITAKER 



PRECISION OPTICAL 

22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



SKI-WAY MACHINE 
PRODUCTS CO. 

24460 Lakeland Blvd. 



WILKE HARDWARE 

809 East 222nd Street 
731-7070 



RINK'S SOHIO 

185th & Lake Shore Blvd. 
486-9722 



TAYLOR'S BI-RITE 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 

261-6960 



DR. AND MRS. 
H.W. WILSON 



Advertising/301 





And now presenting the 1975 
EUCLIDIAN. Enjoy it. Remember 
with it. Laugh with it. Cry with it, 
and above all, please, value it. The 
work that has gone into the 304 pages 
bound in front of you cannot be 
duplicated. Here you see a traditional 
Euclid yearbook, but it is uniquely 
different, for it is filled with the 
reflections of all those who toiled over 
a layout, a copy block, a headline, or 
an advertising sale. Soak in every 
page, and please try to overlook any 
mistakes — for to err is human, to 
forgive divine, as each Euclidian 
member came to realize this year. 

From deadline to deadline, I saw the 
formation of a piece of art, for is not 
art an aesthetic value? Just as the 
clay of a sculptor each section molded 
and fitted together until the bust was 
done, and now we set it before you 
along with the other memories you 
have of your high school years. We 
hope you will enjoy it as your mind is 
refreshed from page to page. 

I know I do not know even one-half of 
the people that will "read" our book 
of MOTION; but as each page is 
turned, you are meeting me and the 
other staff members who placed a 
small part of themselves on each 



page. I implore everyone who looks at 
this yearbook to read the captions, 
the copy or descriptive paragraphs, 
and to look at each person they do not 
know and promise themselves they 
will make a friend with at least one of 
them, for your friendship will be as 
unique as the pages of memories in 
this book and, I hope, as unforget- 
table. 

The students, faculty, ad- 
ministrators, and lay workers of the 
population of Euclid High School are 
thematically the People in Motion 
found in this year's Euclidian. One 
can only hope that each individual 
found in the Euclid High learning 
system will use his motion for the 
betterment of his colleagues as well as 
mankind. Our book hopes so, I hope 
so, and the Staff hopes so! 

Thank you all; you know who you are, 
for we have shared some awesome and 
very memorable months working 
together — you are GREAT! 



Sincerely, 



^"tt^PCiU^ 



Nancy Ivansek 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 





PEOMiE IN 
way to describe 
the 191^ EUCL 
owed ^ the man; 
spent Ibng devoi 
this b^k. Ther 



best 

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fch 

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to produce 
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times and some COTmcts; yet there 
were many fun times and good 
memories that occurred during its 
production. Each member put all he 
' ' ""^ ' "" "" hook possible. 
'§1^ 1 hope 
'iare 

sfThock 

ies ol the 1974- 

bope that vdu, 

from now v. ;i! 

Tolive those h'gii 




[would also like to thank some very 
special peopl^ that helped to bring 
tins book to yoil besides the hard 
working ^taff ai^ithe editors, I would 
like to give special recognition to the 
^following peoqie: First, George 
JLundskow for*taking me back and 
forlh to Raimors so many times and 
also to the photography staff for their 
hard work to get the pictures taken. 
, also Morrie and Doug along 
iff at the studio that did 
"they%c^S«y to help us meet our 
deadlirn ^1M| special thanks to our 
two iM|K)j^^Ir. Robert Hall and 
Mr NaOjic^nson, who, offered good 
suggestions yet allowed us to produce 
our book, our own way. I would like to 
express a very special thanks to Com- 
mander Allen Dacosta for his interest 
and some of his valuable time that he 
took out in l)oth planning and in 
appearing in our staff pictures. 

The U.S.S. Cm ae4 served as an ex- 
cellent background for our staff pic- 
tures. A belated thanks goes to Mr. 
Ted Theodore, for allowing us to use 
his pictures of commencement for the 
"'T'l supplement when ours failed to 
'urn out. Next, but not any less im- 
portant than the others, is Burt 
Coburn. our representative from 
Inter-Collegiate Press. Burt was 
always willing to hear our suggestions 
whether good or bad and always ready 
to help if we got in a jam. Last, but 
not least ( chief- honcho), Nancy 
hansek, who ^s great. There were 
times when we were at each others 
throats near deadlines, but if 
anything an everlasting friendship 
blossomed. I hope you enjoy our book 
a little more each time it is read. 
Thanks again, everyone. So here it is, 
ENJOY IT!!! .- 



POLLOW THE SUN, 
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Dr. Spartico Di Biasio 



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The Spark of Education 



As the class of 1975 leaves high school to 
embark on new careers, we realize the 
many benefits and privileges that have 
come to us over the past thirteen years. 
Without proper guidance and 
leadership, Euclid schools would have 
been just another school system. 
However, under the direction of Dr. 
Spartico Di Biasio, our education has 
been one of challenge — challenge to 
meet the needs of today and tomorrow. 
As we meet our challenge, we hope that 
you. Dr. Di Biasio, will find the new life 
you have chosen to be challenging as 
well as rewarding. 



Throughout the years, 1968-1975, Euclid 
schools have developed programs and 
buildings that make it a leader in educa- 
tion in the state. Yet, even before he 
became Superintendent, Dr. Di Biasio 
had given many years of service to the 
youth of Euclid as teacher, coach, and 
administrator. For your many years of 
service, we say, "Thank you" and "Good 
luck!" 



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Sorry, We Missed You 

To produce a Yearbook is a gigantic 
undertaking. To produce a perfect 
one is impossible. Tiiat our book 
pleased many makes us happy. Yet, 
we understand your disappointment 
when you cannot find your picture, 
your friend, or your favorite per- 
sonality. Your co-operation and 
assistance will always be appreciated. 
Stop in our office and say hello, or 
better yet, lend a hand. 

The Staff of '76 



Senior 



David J. Dalton 




Frank Fowler, Joyce Haffer, William Attamante-Occupational Education 




Mr. Smith's English: Row 1, left to right: Mike Stermole, Carol Zgonc, Connie Cetinsky. Bethann Miller, Sue Basar. Debbie 
Hall. Annette Cirota, Jean Czyzycki, Debbie Glagola. Row 2: Becky Sepko, Pam Wright. Tom Anderson, Eric Berns. Mike 
Spehar. Bill Walter, Dave Saletrik, Sandy Lewis, Holly McClurg, Row 3: Diane Kwasney, John Ruck, Sue Duffy, Sharon 
Machine. Brigitte Prause, Lynne Kimura, and Carol Albanese. 



306/Sorry 



Baseball 



This year's baseball players en- 
counterec many rough opponents 
but came through with a striking vic- 
tory. The team achieved a fine record 
as a result of many hours of hard 
practice and few errors while playing. 
Good sportsmanship and team 
work — a combination of great run- 
ning, throwing, and catching — were 
necessary in each and every game. 



Euclid 


4 


Benedictine 


1 


Euclid 


2 


Parma 


1 


Euclid 


3 


Cleveland Heights 


1 


Euclid 


5 


Normandy 


1 


Euclid 


3 


Eastlake North 





Euclid 


8 


Collinwood 





Euclid 


14 


Collinwood 


1 


Euclid 


2 


Brush 


1 


Euclid 


7 


Lakewood 


4 


EucHd 


6 


Valley Forge 


5 


Euclid 


2 


Shaw 


6 


Euclid 


11 


Shaker Heights 


1 


Euclid 


10 


Mentor Heights 





Euclid 


3 


Parma 


2 


Euclid 


13 


St. Ignatius 








(tournament) 





Euclid 


6 


St. Joseph 


4 




Varsity Baseball; Front Row: Tim Abramczyk, Bob Ullom, Jeff Wilson, Wally Klapa, Bab Vuraich, 
Henry Taylor. Row 2: Head Coach Bob Addis, Jim Kordic, Tom Rojeck, Jeff Lynn, Wayne Strah, 
Duane D'Amico. Row 3: Mark Shisila, Norb Hongosh, Bob Gockel, Bill Tomko. John Foskey, Mike 
Girimont. Back Row; Ass't. Coach Jeff Hartmann, Mike Maire, Randy Hanson, Rich Yonakov, Mike 
Hmyak, Ernie Caputo, Ass't. Coach Paul Verra. 




J.V. Baseball; Row 1: John Ryder, Randy Jones, Bob Gilbert, Tim Henkel, Chris Dinarsky, John 
Trommetter. Row 2: Nick Brecceri, Ron Ranallo, Tom Haunnaford, Lou Dommer, Don Poropat, Lee 
Tumadue, Mark Amaroso, Tim Kooser. Row 3: Rich Renbarger, Don Ipavec, Doug Roller, Bob Papp, 
Tom Young, John Tevich, Don Willingham, Coach Ron Seymour, Mike Lynch. 




Euclid 

Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
EucHd 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 

Euclid 
Euclid 
Eculid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 



3 
5 

13 
6 
3 
3 
9 
5 



11 

7 
4 
10 
4 
7 
3 



Midpark 

(tournament) 

Cleveland Heights 

Normandy 

Brush 

University School 

Garfield 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Berea (tournament) 1 

Garfield 

(tournament) 

Rocky River 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Massillon 

Shaker Heights 

Shaw 

Garfield 

Parma 

(tournament) 



Season Record: 
LEL Record: 



Won 30 
Won 16 



Lost 
Lost 



Baseball/307 



State Swimmers 




Seniors — Kevin Busdiecker, Craig Casten, Eric Ambler, and John Ovsek. 




Girls' Softball Team: Row 1, left to right: Carol Troha, Ann Candella, Carrie Flowers, Susan 
Rossmann, Rachel Oyaski, Sherri Cebul. Row 2: Donna Lorence, Carrie Franco, Kathy Rossmann, 
Denise Lorence, Lynn Milner, Beth Hart. Row 3: Coach Audree Fox, Holly Hanson. Bev Bacon, Susan 
Vulich, Laurie Foreman. Sandy Stankiewicz, Mary Ellen Turk, 



Girls' Softball 

Slamming into first, skidding into 
third and pulling hair at home kept 
Euclid's Softball exciting and win- 
ning. With 7 wins and 4 losses a 
successful season makes for an elated 
team. Congratulations, Girls. 



Euclid 


27 


Laurel 


3 


Euclid 


2 


Lake Catholic 


6 


Euclid 


13 


Eastlake North 


10 


Euclid 


13 


Lake CathoHc 


11 


Euclid 


3 


Eastlake North 


8 


Euclid 


31 


Beechwood 


3 


Euclid 


3 


Bedford 


5 


Euclid 


12 


Richmond Heights 


7 


Euclid 


17 


Richmond Heights 


13 


Euclid 


8 


Bedford 


6 


Euclid 


5 


Wickliffe 


8 



308/State Swimmers — Girls' Sports 



Girls' Sports 

Long, hard practices under the sun to 
advance and learn skillful actions and 
reactions helped the girls' tennis 
team combat their rivals. Sweat and 
anxieties of exercising on the courts 
led to success. 



Girls ' Tennis Scores 



Euclid 


2 


Brush 


3 


Euclid 


5 


Cleveland Heights 





Euclid 


2 


Shaker 


4 


Euclid 


4 


Cleveland Heights 


1 


Euclid 


2 


Beaumont 


4 


Euclid 


1 


Beachwood 


4 


Euclid 


1 


Hathaway Brown 


5 


Euclid 


4 


Glen Oaks 


2 


Euclid 


3 


Brush 


2 



Total: 5 wins-4 losses 




Row 1, left to right: Jane Matai h, .l(i\' Mast, Julie Jnrdan. Rm, 1' \al Breeze, Laurie Stone, Barb 
Mandate, Pat Noel, Chris Gole, Lynn Roberts, Gail Eroskey. How 3: Anita Zak, Joy Whiskes, Barb 
Rado, Sharon Rupena, Carol Gaydosh, Leslie Kainski, Vesna Matic. 



Row 1, left to right: Leslie Mabel, Marilyn Zaletel, Karen Capadona, Susan Knight. Row 2: Chris 
Ausflug, Pat Hrivnak, Diane Konchan, Elaine Petkovsek, Margaret Wade. Row 3: Coach Patricia 
Buck, Kathy Swiegert, Laura Wardiener, Laura Lindsay, Donna Szabo. 




Girls' Track 

The 1975 girls' track team had a 
stupendous record of 8 wins and 3 
losses. The Rebellette Relays in- 
volved 12 teams and Euclid was se- 
cond. The girls also took a second in 
the first pre-district meet. The 
District Meet brought the team into 
tenth place and sent six girls to state. 
Kathy Sweigert, Elaine Petkovsek, 
Laura Wardeiner, and Vickie Cesen 
made up the mile relay team which 
won sixth place in the state. Third 
place was achieved by Vickie Cesen 
who jumped 17'' 2" in the running 
long jump. The Girls' Track team, as 
a whole, excelled in competition. 



Girls' Sports/309 



Boys' Track 

The 1975 Boy's Track Team met the 
challenges of running with speed and 
striving for endurance, jumping far 
and leaping high and throwing for 
distance with strength and power. 
The boys prepared well with the help 
of Coach Ramlow, and their outstan- 
ding accomplishments in competition 
exhibits their true athletic ability. 





Boy's 


Track Results 




Euclid 


119 


Parma 


8 


Euclid 


87 


Cleveland Hts. 


40 


Euclid 


80'' 


2 Brush 


461/2 


Euclid 


81 


Lakewood 


46 


Euclid 


83'/ 


2 Normandy 


431/2 


Euclid 


70 


Valley Forge 


57 


Euclid 


68 


Shaw 


59 


Euclid 


107 


Garfield 


20 


Euclid 


93 


Shaker 


34 



Record: 9 wins-0 losses 



Row 1, left to right: Jim Houser, Adrian Griffin. 
Kevin Kaplain, Dave Sump, Mark Wade, Bill 
Buckman, Marcus Collier (captain), Dennis 
Corrigan, John Lusoki, Jim Stuber. Row 2: Tim 
Perry, Tim Reed, Mike Chase, Mark 
Ebersbacher, Bob Ortman, Joe Freeh, Kevin 
Reed, Ed Popovic, Mike Pyle, Bob Gold. Row 
3: Stan Zupancic, Tom Harrell, Brian 
Bukovec, Dave Lastoria, Phil Campus, Rick 
Seal, Ted Anderson, Nick Koustis. Ken 
Schanz. Row 4: Spencer Brady, Al Darcy, 
Steve Pyle, Mark Wandersleben, Bob Maxwell, 
Eric Berns, Mike Byers, Ardie Singh, Bob 
Wright. Row .5.John Thomas, Jim Drobnick, 
Tom Wandersleben, Dave Ulepic, Pat 
Campbell, Scott Wise. Row 6: Bill Kobetitsch, 
Dan Debevc, Jeff Witt, Doug McRainey, Jim 
Rae. 



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Varsity Tennis 

Led by Lake Erie League Champion 
Captain Bud Capes, this year's Ten- 
nis team netted 9 wins and 8 losses for 
the season. The boys in white 
crimped by Cleveland Heights and 
Beachwood. Coach Dzerowicz looks 
forward to a great season again next 
year with three strong lettermen 
returning. 





Varsity Tennis Scores 



Euclid 


2 


Western Reserve 


3 


Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 


1 
2 
2 
3 


Upper Arlington 
Worthington 
Shaker Heights 
Beachwood 


4 
3 
3 
2 


Euclid 
Euclid 


4 
2 


Youngstown Chaney 
Brush 


1 
3 


Euclid 


4 


Glenville 


1 


Euclid 
Euclid 


3 

2 


Cleveland Heights 
Geneva 


2 
3 


Euclid 





University 


5 


Euclid 


5 


Mentor 





Euclid 


4 


(default) 
Wickliffe 1 


Euclid 
Euclid 


4 
4 


St. Joseph 
Gilmour 


1 
1 


Euclid 
Euclid 


4 
1 


Willoughby South 
University 


1 

4 



Varsity Tennis Team: Row 1, left to right: Jim Munson, Derek Wagner, Jim Sokell Standing Mike Perhav, 
Bill Dodds, Bud Capes, Tom Latcovich, Coach Alex Dzerowicz 



Season Record; Won 9 Lost 8 





J. V. Tennis 



J. v. Tennis Team: Sitting: Jim Katosic. Kneeling: Mike Taton, Bob Campus. Standing: Coach Bob 
Heramb, John Petkovsek, Bill Scott, Dave Devito. 



Euclid 
Euclid 
Euclid 


5 
4 



St. Joseph 
Willoughby South 
Brush 



1 

5 


Euclid 
Euclid 


1 

4 


University School 
Gilmour 


4 
1 


Euclid 





Brush 


5 


Euclid 
Euclid 


5 
3 


St. Joseph 
Wickliffe 




2 


Euclid 


4 


Lakewood 


1 


Euclid 


2 


Brush 


3 


Euclid 


4 


Shaker 


1 


Euclid 


3 


Cleveland 


2 


Euclid 


3 


Westlake 





Season 


Record: Won 9-Lost 4 







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We've got legs! 



Swim Show 

"A Splash of Entertainment" made 
its debut on April 24, 25, and 26. It in- 
cluded many well known screen 
stars — Bambi, Marx Brothers, Al 
Jolson, and James Bond. Any critic 
would have given the show a superb 
rating. 





316/Big Show 





Memorizing lines, learning dance steps, hours of 
practice and work suddenly transformed into a 
Broadway-like production. The actors await the 
reactions of the audience — laughter, applause, 
— a success! 

Cast 

Tevye Rick Cowan 

Golde Judi Taylor 

Yente Lydia Blazun 

Tzeitel Marie Vranekovic 

Hodel Cathy Miller 

Chava Karen Workman 

Shprintze Martha Mayer 

Bielke Marv Murphv 

Motel Rolf'Kleinfeld 

Perchik Mark Fetko 

Fyedka Randal Johnson 

Rabbi Richard Braun 

Lazar Wolfe Paul Gubanc 

Student Director — Carol Imm 



Big Show/317 



Carousel 

Carousel, this year's Junior Prom on 
May 17, proved to be a success with 
its carnival atmosphere. In the set- 
ting of merry-go-rounds and clowns, 
couples had a festive time. Those who 
attended will treasure the memory of 
the fun and excitement forever. 




Guess who's Terry's escort for the evening'' 





Junior Proin/319 




Keith-our leader 



Dueling Tubas 




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Euclid High's Chorus Girls 




Senior Talent 

Lights! Action! Showtime! The 
Senior Class presented plenty of fun 
and entertainment at the annual 
Talent Night on March 22 and 23. 
The productions ranged from 
dramatic and comical acting to dan- 
cing and musical combos. The money 
earned went towards financing the 
Senior Prom. 



Senior Talent/321 



Senior Prom 

Somewhere over the rainbow lie 
visions of tuxes and formals moving 
about in a haze of dreams. Couples 
form lasting memories as they dance 
to the music of Lou Elgart. They 
move on to after-prom festivities with 
food and continue dancing into the 
early hours of the morning. 




Senior Awards 




American Legion Awards 

Americanism and Government 
Chris Perdan 
Loyal Luidart 



Citizenship 
Cathy Boker 
William Decanter 
Warren Holtz 
Shirley Kocjanciz 
Paula Mayer 
Ronald Mayer 
Sheridan Saletrik 
David Sump 



P TP C 

Wai Har Choi 
Patricia Coons 
David David 
Dale Divito 
Mary Frnako 
Carol Gaydosh 
Sandra Genelius 
Alice Holcombe 
James Houser 
Lynne Humal 
William Kato 
Frank Kocjancic 
Shirl Kocjancic 
Michael Kotnik 
Christoper Krall 
Laura Lindsay 
Mary Manners 
Rodney Mazzaro 
Jayne Rohlke 
Anna Sierka 
Kathy Sweigert 
Cynthia Synk 
Anita Tarantino 
Judith Taylor 
Jeryl Wasniak 
Gary Whitney 
Lori Witt 




English 
Christoper Krall 

Language 
Tony Gower 
Pam Berardinelli 
Karin Pawski 

Social Studies 
Sheridan Saletrik 
Darla Dackiewicz 

Science 

Marianne Salomone 

Music 

Dean Slejka 
Marvin Gilbert 

Business Education 
Roberta Vitanza 

Home Economics 
Vanessa Evanick 



Vocational Home Economics 
Christine Kovacic 
Patricia Loraw 

Mathematics ^mL 

Marianne Salomone :^^ 

Girls' Phys. Ed. 
Kathy Shaffer 

Art 

Sandy Krasovec 

Cindy Claybough 

Vocational Art 
Linda Stepita 





324/Senior Awards 




William Decatur 




Carolyn Lushin 




William Dodds 




Sandra Lyman 



Stephanie Nebehay Jennie Purnell 




Karen Grano 




Mary Manners 




Jayne Rohlke 




Top Honor 
Students 

Based on point average, 28 Euclid High 
students received top honor awards for 
their exceptional scholastic achievement 
throughout their school career. These out- 
standing Seniors show promise in their 
future efforts. 




Mary Humensky 





Laura Lindsay 




Lynn Multhaup 




Sharon Rupena 




Susan Ruzich 



Sheridan Saletrik 



Marianne Salomone Anna Sierko 



Laurie Stone 



Honor Students/325 



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The Class 

On June 3, 1975, the Euclid Senior 
Class met for the first time as a whole 
to receive their diplomas and bid each 
other farewell in the presence of their 
friends and families. "Although many 
of us are more capable than some of 
us, none of us are as capable as all of 
us," said Debbie Blevins, Co- 
valedictorian. Yet, you, the 
graduating seniors, can be proud of 
your last days at Euclid for your 
splendid co-operation that made this 
a memorable year and one to be 
emulated by future classes." We are 





of 75 



proud of you," said Dr. Spartoco 
DiBiasio, Superintendent, and Mr. 
Schwegler, Principal. 



As the 1975 Class passes into history, 
they go forth with the knowledge that 
their Alma Mater is ever ready to 
welcome each of them back. For 
them, their education is all in front of 
them as they take up the role of 
citizens in a free society. "May each 
of you prosper and strive onward to 
meet the challenges before you." 





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