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EUCLID P^m^mkARY 
631 EAST 222ND STREET 
■EUCLID, OH 44123 
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UJCLIDIAN 



1977 



OOPS! 



In an age of fops and toys 
Don't forget the boys! 

With all due respect 
Our mistake we correct. 

No longer BLOOD 

SISTERS 
But BLOOD PERSONS. 




Mrs. Cerny, 8 period, L TO R: Dean Fazio, Milte Lance, Laura Novosel, Julie Petrella, Jim Nasium, Jean Brecone, 
Jan Ferris, Debbie Berris, Scott Raymont, Lisa Williams, MaryBeth Legan, Debbie Swanson, Diane VanPelt, Con- 
nie Auston, Don Frank, Kim Terrill, Kevin Selway. 




Mrs. Gale, 2 period, ROW 1. L TO R: Steve McKenna, Mike Bacon, Gary Kuchta, Len Caplick, Dale 
Varner. ROW 2: Jeff Evancic, Cathy Litzwinowicz, Karen Kessler, Steve Medves, Jorge Lanese, Kathye 
Turner, Sue Vanah, Janet Topping. ROW 3: Mike Krotine, Jeff Journey, Chuck Roast, Dean Nordstrom, 
Mike McCraith, Rich Raney, Bill Welngard, Robin Moody, Greta Trommeter. 





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GIRLS' SOFTBALL 



The Girls' Softball team staggered off to a slow 
start but compensated for this by their victories over 
the top teams of the league. Their hot streak started 
with the shellacing of Brush, possessor of 2nd place 
in the GCC, then dredging of Willoughby South (10-5), 
the winner of the GCC tournament and currently in 
sole possession of first place, and the next day they 
came back to battle the same South to an 8-7 
decision. Four of these runs came in on a grand-slam 
home run by JoAnne Bokar, her second grand-slam 
of the season and fourth home run. A grueling 12 
inning ordeal against Eastlake North made Euclid 
victors again, when Chris Gole singled and Pinch- 
hltter Natalie Rudman drove In the winning run. They 
also showed Mayfleld Heights, the league leader, 
that the pantheretts meant business when they 
drubbed them 14-11. All the team members made 
it safely to base in this game and Linda Misch hit 
a triple. Chris Ferryman and Barb Swansinger blasted 
home runs at Brush. Mary Ellen Turk pitched the 
entire Mayfield game. The most extraordinary and 
unbelieveable play of the season was a triple play 
at Brush. JoAnne Bokar, Sandi Stankiewicz, and Barb 
Swansinger executed this outstanding play. This team 
is fundamentally sound and will definitely be a strong 
contender next year. 



ROW 1, L-R: Linda Misch, Kathy Hutton, Natalie Rudman, Vicky Chapman, Cheri Strah. ROW 2: 
Kim Duffy, Barb Swansinger, JoAnne Bokat, Muff TruskolaskI, Mary D'Amico. ROW 3: Chris Gole, 
Tina Kuklica, Mary Ellen Turk, Mary Holmes, Coach Foxy, Sandl Stankiewicz. MISSING FROM 
PICTURE — Christine Ferryman, FattI Dietrich, and Linda Lang. 



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GIRLS' TRACK 



The Girls' Track team had an outstanding season 
this year. Dedication, sacrifice, plenty of hard work 
and most of all teamwork enabled them to be 
exceptionally successful in the fierce and intense 
competition. Participation and quality of competition 
increased vastly. More girls are becoming aware of 
their abilities and limitless potentials. This did not 
discourage the EHS squad; they proved themselves 
to be tough contenders. The girls took 2nd place in 
the GCC (5-1), 2nd out of 34 teams in the city meet 
and a 1st for the 880 Medley and a 2nd for the 440 
Relay in the Euclid Relays. The 880 Medley of Dawn 
Woodruff, Kathy Sands, Marilyn Zaiatel and Carrie 
Shuster swepted three records with their 1:51.8 
time, they had the meet, school and at the time 
state record. The 440 Relay of Dawn Woodruff, Kathy 
Rymarczyk, Marilyn Zaiatel and Carrie Shuster set a 
new school record at the Euclid Relays. The team also 
captured 1st in the Rebelette Relays, seized a 1st at 
the Sectionals, and acquired a 1st at the District. At 
the State Meet they did a fine and great job; they 
came home with a 3rd place and many new individual 
goals acheived. Debbie Williams won her second 
straight state champ title in the discus with a toss of 
135-5 and received a 4th in the shot with a put of 
40-2' 2. Dawn Woodruff took a 4th in the state 80 yd. 
Hurdles and a 4th in the state 440 Dash. Carrie 
Shuster also took a 4th in the state 880 Run. Eight 
school records were broken, throughout the year 
new records were set and before the ink had a chance 
to dry another record was set. Their new coach Joe 
Muscarella and Pat Buck did an extraordinary job. 
The mascot. Mighty Jock (MJ) also enjoyed the 
fantastic track season. 




ROW 1. L R Lynn Borzi, Melody Musick, Laura Draxler. ROW 2: Mary Beth Zuponcic, 
Jeanne Dommer, Nancy Bregitzer, Janine Kato, COACH Joe Muscarella. ROW 3: COACH 
Pat Buck, Karen Schulzt, Cathleen Perryman, Jill Groudle, Karen Garapic. ROW 4: Debbie 
Williams, Karen Rymarczyk, Jackie Mihelcic. ROW 5: Jan Slejko, Judy Bohn, Kathy 
Rymarczyk, Dawn Woodruff. ROW 6: Carrie Shuster, Mary Lou Ice. ROW 7 Kathy 
Sands, Marilyn Zaiatel, and Sue Knight. 



5-1 GCC Second GCC 



Euclid 




Oppt. 


57 


Mentor 


53 


50 


North 


60 


63 


Willoughby South 


46 


71 


Maple 


39 


69 


Brush 


41 


79 


Mayfield 


31 




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GIRLS' SWIM 
TEAM 

The Girls' Swim team splashed their 
way into a winning season of 7 wins and 
6 losses. Coached by Miss Brown, they 
placed 4th out of 21 teams in the Orange 
Relays. Six swimmers represented Euclid 
at the state meet. In the state meet, the 
200 yd. medley relay team of Eileen 
Busdiecker (the team's captain), Jo- 
Ann Motusa, Kathy Rossmann, and 
Debbie Petrich placed 12th. Debbie 
Petrich also finished 2nd in the state 
200 yd. Butterfly and 4th in the 200 
yd. individual medley. 



Row 1 , L-R: Terri Baitt, Julie Voss, Sue Voss. Row 2: Pam Adkins, Debbie Carson, Kim Terrill, 
Diane Micale, Ivana Rozman, Kathy Rossmann, Coach IVI. Brown. Row 3: Lori Evans, Tory 
Neff, Eileen Busdicker, JoAnn Motuza, Laurie Oberaites, Angle Oberaites, Debbie Petrich, 
Bonnie Cannavino. 



Euclid 




Oppt. 


111 


Maple Heights 


60 


100 


Warren Western Reserve 


73 


69 


Bedford 


104 


35 


Lakewood 


48 


95 


Brush 


77 


74 


Rocky River 


98 


117 


Mayfield 


54 


103 


Canton McKlnley 


69 


114 


Midpark 


104 


68 


Cleveland Heights 


87 


85 


Berea 


107 


65 


Orange 


21 


59 


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Debbie Williams "STATE CHAMP" 





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FRONT ROW (L-R) Ron Ranallo, Don Willingham, Mickey Karaba, Mike Keever, Lou Dommer, Frank 
Maire, Randy Jones. MIDDLE ROW; Ray Sierko, Tim Henkel, Scott Maxwell, Jack Gregorin, Mike Lynn, 
Greg Wanchism. BACK ROW: Jeff Hartman (coach), Tim Kooser, Bob Papp, Dave Poklar, Eugene La- 
Valley, John Planisek, John Leovich, Paul Serra (coach). 



VARSITY SCORES 



EUCLID 



OPPONENT EUCLID 



TEAM 



TEAM 



OPPONENT 



11 


Collinwood 


7 


Collinwood 


2 
6 


Willoughby South 
Bedford 


1 
2 
5 


St. Joseph 

St. Joseph 

Mentor 


3 


Eastlake North 


1 


Brush 


2 
5 
1 
9 


Rocky River 

Rocky River 

Geneva (sectional) 

Painesville Riverside 


2 
10 


Maple Heights 
University School 



2 


3 
2 

1 
6 
2 
4 
3 
4 


4 
2 



Season Record: Won 21 Lost 10 
G.C.C. Record: Won 8 Lost 6 



7 University School 

8 Bedford 

3 Willoughby South 

8 Mentor 

3 Mayfield 

6 Shaker Heights 

4 Shaker Heights 

1 Wickliffe (districts) 

1 Canfield (districts) 

2 Brush 

1 Eastlake North 

4 Cuyahoga Falls 

4 Cincinnati Princeton 

5 Maple Heights 

4 Cleveland Heights 

1 Mayfield 

Head Coach: Paul Serra 
Assistant Coach: Jeff Hartman 




VARSITY 
BASEBALL 

The 1977 Varsity Baseball 
Team turned out an excellent 
season record. The team played 
a total of thirty-one games of 
which they won twenty-one. The 
Panthers G.C.C. record was also 
very impressive. The team won 
eight of fourteen G.C.C. games. 
The outstanding player on the 
team was John Leovich, who 
was the pitching ace of the team. 
His record this year was 6-1, in- 
cluding a no-hitter. In all, the 
season was a success for first 
year coach Paul Serra and his 
assistant, Jeff Hartman. 




J.V. 
BASEBALL 

The 1977 Junior Varsity base- 
ball team accomplished in win- 
ning 15 games out of 21. Some 
of the teams they played against 
were: Willoughby South, Bedford, 
Mentor, and others. The JV's 
were also in the G.C.C. In the 
G.C.C., this team won 10 games 
and were defeated only 4 times. 
This year's new coach, Mr. 
Stupica, did a fine job of shaping 
up the team. 




BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): George Newcombe, Greg Chiudioni, Dave Wolf, Rich Snyder, Mike Langdon, 
Marty Zupancic, Kesty Gudenas. ROW 2: Mark Kordic, Gary Struna, Dean Fazio, Gary Kuchta, Noel 
Brady, Devin Wilson, Jerry Drobnick. ROW 3: Bob Holloway, Bret Walther, Len Caplick, Mike Zanghi, 
Jeff Jones, Greg Lynn, Donald Koller, Dale Frey, Chris Hassel, Coach Tom Stupica. 




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D TEAM 


OPPONENT 


6 


Willoughby South 


4 


10 


Bedford 





10 


Mentor 


7 


6 


North 


5 


4 


Brush 


3 


6 


Rocky River 


2 


14 


Rocky River 


5 


1 


Maple 





13 


University School 


3 


3 


University School 


4 


7 


Bedford 


10 


5 


Willoughby South 


2 


11 


Mentor 


5 


6 


Mayfield 


4 


3 


Brush 


7 


4 


North 


6 



J.V. SCORES 



EUCLID 



TEAM OPPONENT 



8 Maple 

3 Cleveland Heights 
2 Mayfield 

1 Wickliffe 

6 John Adams 







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5 
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SENIOR TALENT 



"Live from Euclid Sr. High school, it's Senior Talent Night." Acts 
ranged from the musical presentation of "Send in the Clowns" to grace- 
ful, petite ballet dancers. Abbott and Costello had the audience rolling 
in the aisles and the Comedy Crew was also hilarious. The Sexy Six, 
the Golden Girls, and a live hula dancer provided an unusual assortment 
of entertainment. The whole production was well run and there was 
something for everyone. 





If you were 3 feet tall, you'd be clumsy, too. 



Barb Hasse sings "You left me Sore." 





Sam Mason teaches the seniors to spell. 




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OUTDOOR TRACK 



Euclid had a great season with an undefeated rec- 
ord in outdoor track. Exceptional jobs were done by 
Dan Debevc, Mike Schudel, Bill Kobetitsch, and T.J. 
Anderson, each scoring over 1,000 pts. for their 
team. Special awards were given to Dan Debevc, most 
valuable player; Bill Kobetitsch, most improved 
player; and Bob Gold, outstanding leadership. 



Euclid 



Opponent 



Score 



95 


St. Joseph 


32 


93 


Bedford 


34 


67 


Eastlake North 


27 


97 


Willoughby South 


30 


105 


Brush 


17 


74 


Maple 


53 


84 


Mayfield 


43 


86 


Mentor 


41 



In the District meet Dan Debevc tool( second place in the 440 yard dash 
with a time of 48.9. 



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VARSITY 
TENNIS 




VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 



This year's Varsity tennis team, 
under the coaching of Alex Dzerowicz, 
had a Fine season with a record of 7 
wins and 7 losses. The team also 
participated in the G.C.C., making an 
outstanding effort, having 4 wins and 
2 losses. 






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EUCLIE 


) TEAM 


OPPONENT 





Hawken 


5 


1 


Brush 


4 


5 


St. Joseph 





2 


Shaker 


3 





Beachwood 


5 


4 


John Adams 


1 


3 


Mentor 


2 


4 


Willoughby South 


1 


2 


West Geauga 


3 


3 


Eastlake North 


2 





Wickliffe 


5 


4 


Maple Heights 


1 


1 


Mayfield 


4 


5 


Nordonia 






'.^W^ JV. TENNIS 



Euclid's J.V. tennis team had a rec- 
ord this year of 6 wins and 4 losses. 
In the G.C.C., the Panther cubs 
smashed their way to a 3 to 1 record. 
Coach Heramb has done a fine job. 



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BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: George Mazzaro, Don Malone, Jeff Lu. ROW 2: Ed Lube, Roy Mast, Jim 
Roeder, Eugene Dimitrov, Coach Alex Dzerowicz. 




J.V. TENNIS SCORES 



EUCLI 


D TEAM 


OPPONENT 


5 


Brush 





4 


St. Joseph 


1 


1 


Beachwood 


4 


2 


Hawken 


3 


2 


Mentor 


3 


3 


Willoughby South 


2 


6 


West Geauga 





5 


Eastlake North 





4 


Wickliffe 


1 


1 


Shaker 


3 



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BOTTOM ROW. L TO R: Marc Freedman, Rob Frank.ROW 2: Eric Hansen, Coach 
Rob Heramb, Richard Galaska. 



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Our Soloist during a playful rest. 



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"TREASURES 
OF THE SEA" 



"Treasures of the Sea" was one of 
the best shows Euclid's Wai Napolo 
members ever put on. This year there 
was everything from a Siren to Pi- 
rates. The talent this year was ex- 
ceptional. This year's show included 
acts entitled: Dolphins, Treasures, 
Sailors, Aquamaids, A Dragon, Rain- 
bow Fish, Seaweed, Beach Bums, Cat- 
fish, Penguins, Sting Rays, Sirens 
Sea Anemones, Electric Eels, and, of 
course, the Boys Comedy "Pirates." 

The show was presented on April 
21, 22, and the 23rd. A very special 
thanks to Mr. VonBenken for all his 
hard work and effort. 



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Start out with Billy Crocker, a broken-down broker, 
and Hope Harcourt with whom he has had a brief but 
potent relationship. The addition of her fiance. Sir 
Evelyn Oakley, and Reno Sweeny, the former evangelist 
and nightclub singer, creates an "interesting" situa- 
tion. Bring on the notorious gangster, Moonface Martin 
(disguised as a minister) and his girlfriend Bonnie and 
you have all the ingredients necessary for a delerious 
comedy. Put them all on a cruiser going to England and 
you have this year's Big Show, "Anything Goes." 

This year's show ran from April 28 to 30. Television 
personality, Jan Paulich Jones added a professional 
touch to the play. With the dedication and superb direc- 
tion of the talented faculty and staff, the show was a 
tremendous success. 




CAST 

Reno Sweeney Jan Paulich Jones 

Billy Crocker Paul Gubanc 

Moonface Jim McMullen 

Hope Cathy Miller 

Bonnie Sue Hadzima 

Sir Evelyn Jeff Gaydos 

Mrs. Harcourt Judy Garrett 

Whitney Steve Bour 

Bishop John Offerle 

Steward Alan Lester 

Reporter Mike Wilson 

Cameraman Tony Cell 

Two Chinese (Ching) Joe Chromanski 

Two Chinese (Ling) Dave Brown 




Sue Hadzima singing the "Heaven Hop.' 



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CAST 

Angels Patty Noel 

Nancy Nemecek 

Mary Ann Mikovich 

Renee Fetko 

Pam Shaffer 

Diane Rado 

Purser Ted Thomas 

Captain Dave Eros 

Sailors Mike CefarattI 

Mike Evert 

Girl I Lynne Kiro 

Girl II Margie McLaren 

Girl III Robin Lamm 



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"I'm George Bernard Shaw with the beard to prove it.' 



"Bon Voyage.' 




"The chorus sings the refrain — "Anything Goes.' 



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Evelyn, Glen, Laurie and Steve give their feet a rest. 



Lou and his date pause for a bite to eat. 




The couples enter the "Stairway to Heaven." 



JUNIOR PROM 



On Saturday, May 7, this year's juniors 
climbed the "Stairway to Heaven" as they 
came to Junior Prom. The festivities included 
dancing to the band, LUCIOUS, refreshments, 
and lovely goblets given as favors. Couples 
boogied; chaperones sighed; and everyone 
enjoyed himself. 



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Senior activities started witli senior 
cut day and was culminated by gradua- 
tion. The highlight was "Opening Night." 
Three hundred couples danced to the 
music of Coconut in the E Room Ball 
Room after a delicious dinner at TRW 
accentuated by the music of the J 
Blue Band. After leaving the dance at 
1 o'clock the revellers returned to TRW 
to dance to the music of Jasper. An 
early morning breakfast was served be- 
fore students left for individual parties. 
Then on June 6 seniors returned to TRW 
for the traditional Senior Breakfast. 



No, Gary, that's not the Fountain of Youth. 





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HONOR 
STUDENTS 




Tom Anderson 



Patricia Arnold 



Nancy Ayers 



Doug Boone 



Euclid High School's seniors were 
honored for their scholastic achieve- 
ments in various subject areas at the 
Senior Awards assembly on May 23. 
Teachers and staff are proud of these 
hardworking students. 






Jim Drobnick 



Daryl Fanney 




Laurie Foreman 



Chris Gelev 





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Paul Gubanc 



Mark Harmon 



John Kaunas 



Nikki Lowe 



Amy Lutz 



Catherine Melfi 




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SENIOR AWARDS 



American Legion Awards 

ficanism and Government 
Kim Kaifesh 
Robert Keller 
Citizenship 




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Scott Wilson ^ 
Valerie Tancredl 
Margaret f||pderle 
Roger Miller 
Sylvia Krulc 
Paul Gubanc 
Renee Felbo 
Bryan Derreberry 

C.E.C. 

Timothy Abramczyk 
Lisa Aten 
Charles Becker 
Doug Boone 
Terese Burke 
Sherry Cebul 
Debra Clabough 
Katherine Cowling 
Bryan Derreberry 
Mark Dowhan 
Patrick Doyle 
Joseph Freeh 
Dawn Hector 
Robert Herp 
Michael lafigliola 
Andrew Kendro 
Laverne Nocera 
MaryBeth Perry 
Roselyn Petri 
Vincent Rozman 
Mark Springer 
Josephine Strle 
Kent Sill 
Robert Yanacek 
Dale Zeleniakas 

English 

Heather Stump 

Commercial Art 




Paul DiMare 
Michael York 

Industrial Art 

Vincent Rozman 

Visual Art 

Lisa Aten 

Business 

Debbie Manfredonis 

Foreign Language 

Catherine Miller h 

Mathematics 

Douglas Boone 

Science 




Paul Gubanc r 

Girli^Physical Education 

Laurie Foreman 

Boy's Physical Education 

Dave Ulepic 

Band 

Paul Dn^cevich 

Orchest 

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Vocal Music 

Catherine Miller 
Paul Gubanc 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Heather Stump 



COMMENCEMENT 



On Tuesday June 7, 1977, Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven 
students assembled at Cleveland Public Auditorium to receive 
their diplomas and to bid farewell to Euclid Senior High School. 
The highlight of the evening was marked by the turning of the 

tassels. 

Mr. Schwagler certified the Class of '77, and Dr. Husarik pre- 
sented the class to Mr. Totten, president of the Board of Educa- 
tion, who accepted the class on behalf of the community. Randy 
South gave the invocation and Patty Noel gave the benediction. 
Students then left the auditorium by marching to "Pomp and 
Circumstance." 

To the class of '77, best wishes and may good luck always be 
with you. 





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CLASS OF 1977 




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EUCLIDIAN 
1977 

EUCLID SR. HIGH 

711 EAST 222nd STREET 

EUCLID, OHIO 44123 

VOLUME 28 

Seniors 8 

SporU 70 

Academics IM 

Underclass 142 

Activities 178 

Senior Index 242 

Advertising 256 





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FACES 



. . . totally bewildered 
In 
the strange BIG HALLS 

. . . puzZled because Room 412 
doesn't exist 
(even if it is 
on the schedule) 

. . . frightened at the 
rushing masses: 
just before the bell 
(RING!!) 

FACES 
... In thoughtful silence, 
grasping the idea 

... in honest willingness 
to learn 

. . . (nervously) waiting 

for the test to begin 





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FACES 



. . SMiliNG 

with a hope 
that a smile will be 

returned 

. . SMiliNG 

in gladness 
that someone else 

smiled first 

. . SMiliNG 

even though no one 
else smiles back 



FACES 



of calculus students 



with limits approaching 
total %"f"s'o" 



... of art students 
painting dreams 
on an easel 

... of English students 

whose teachers 

''ain't learned them nothing" 

—YET. 




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FACES 




. . in tired 

exultation 
upon a difficult 
V-l-C-T-O-R-Y 

. . in hopeful 

anticipation 
for "our team" 

. . with the 

defeated look 
of the loser 



FACES 
. . . looking with longing — 
at other faces 

. . . wishing to know 

what thoughts lie behind 
other faces 

. . . coming together 
for a 
tenderkiss 







Caslmir Abazia 



Cheryl Abazia 



Ronald Abramczyk Timothy Abramczyk 



Kenneth Adams 





Thomas Anderson 



Debra Andrews 




Dawn Appleton Amelia Araps Susan Archacki 

We'll get to the bottom of this yet! 



Richard Armstrong 



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Judith Arnold 




Lisa Aten 



Christlane Ausflug 




Denlse Ayers 



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K.fi 

Nancy Ayers 



Robert Bachmann 



Beverly Bacon 



Carole Balzel 



Johnna Balasko 




Carl Baldatsarre 



Sandra Barbato 



Patricia Barbo 



Theresa Barlle 



Annette Barne* 




Dale Barnes 



Saundra Barnett 



Paul Barry 



"Whatd'ya mean do I wanna . . .7" 



12 




Boy, what a hang-overl 



/ 
Susan Basar Gwendolyn Bashllne Craig Basler 




Michael Batchko 



Linda Batdorf 



Timothy Bauer 



Laura Beaiko 



Jesse Becerra 





Charles Becker 



Lorraine Belle 




Michael Belvlso 



John Bergman 



Jannelle Berzin 



13 



A coggy banana. 




Leonard Bower* 



Sarah Bowman 



We're making a metd 



14 




Philip Bradac 



Spencer Brady 



Thomas Brady 



Nancy Brass 



Linda Bratina 




Robert Brinko 



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Ronald Brinko 



John Brodhacker 



Michael Bronaka 



Bonnie Bronkall 



15 




Bonny Brooker 



Robert BrowskI 



Bronkall and McCarty getting It on In the bandroom. 




James Buther 



Kevin Byrne 



Patrick Campbell 



Robert Campus 



Anne Candela 



16 




William Carlson 



MIchele Carney 



Charles Carter 



Aw shucks. I lost. 




Timothy Casten 



Sherry Cebul 




Leonard CefarattI 




Michael CefarattI 




Patricia Ceic 
Puclter up! 





Brian Cerbin Constance Cetlnsky 





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Denise Chabrand 



They're just bashful. 



Eugene Chiara 



Russell Choffin 



Joseph Choromanski 



Mary Christmyer 





Robert Chukayne 






Teresa Churchill 



Frank CIgoy 



Annette Cirota 



Dino Civitarese 



Debra Clabough 




James Clabough 



Robert Clapp 



Joseph Clark 



Mary Clarke 



Jerome Colaric 




John Colling 



Michael Columbus 



Leslie Conley 



Robert Connerton 



Juanita Cook 




Wanna really shake up your mouth? 




The "gimpies" make a comeback. 



Here it comes! 





Katherlne Cowling 



Daniel Crawford 



Kevin Crow 



Susan Curtis 



Michelle Cutshall 




Jean Czyzyckl 



Carol Dallos 



Barbara Dalton 



David D'AmIco 



Paula Daniel 



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Cheryl Deoma 



Bryan Derreberry 



Joan Deveney 



Rose OIBacco 



Kurt DIeckmann 



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Paul DiMare 



Oomenic Divincenzo Sandra DITomaso 



David Divito 



Mary Beth Doblekar 




Antonia Dodd 



Donna Doles 



Richard Doles 



Michael Dolsen 



Marcia Domitor 




Michelle Domitor 



Louis Dommer 



Kenneth Dorsch 



Louis Dottore 



Use Dougherty 



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Douglas Doyle 



Patrick Doyle 



James Drobnick 



Barbara Ducca 



Luann Dudley 




Susan Duffy 



Mark Ebersbacher Ray Eberwein 



Maureen Eckenrode 



Perry Edelbergs 




Look at that! Do you believe it? 



Rod Ehrhart 



James Eiermann 



Steven Ellis 



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Cheryl Engelking 



Mary Erdani 



Perry Erdelac 



James Evan 



Cynthia Evans 




John Fette 



Susan Fidel 



Joanne Figler 



Kurt Flender 



Laurie Foreman 




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Margaret Gizzi 



William Glaser 



Diana Glavan 



Linda Glick 



Robin Glicker 




Emily Godler 



Judith Godnavec 



Robert Gold 



Mary Golden 



Pamela Golden 



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Elizabeth Goldrich 



Christine Goie 



Ruth Grabinsicl 



Henry Graham 



Janis Grega 




Paul Gubanc 



Joann Gugliotta 



Dale Gulich 



Tina Gullo 



Carol Gumowsici 



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Joan Gundling 



Nicholas Hadzima 



Susan Hadzima 



Deborah Hall 



Mary Hall 








Susan Heimsoth 



Daniel Heising 



Timothy Henkei 



Russeil Hennie 



Robert Herp 




Amy HIM 




Laura Hood 



Deborah Hopton 



Barbara Hribar 



Diane Hribar 



Patricia Hrivnak 



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Is that guy wearing a dress? 



Donald Ipavec 



Joyce Irvine 



Carrie Isbestor 



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Loren Ivansek 



Raymond Jablonski 




Nada Jaklic 



Cynthia Jaklich 



Andrew Jakovlic 






David Jasin 



Kenneth Jazbec 



Liane Jerina 



Alfred Johnson 



Daniel Johnson 




Jeffrey Johnson 



Michael Johnson 




David Jones 



Deborah Jordan 



No! Don't take my picture! 





The Three Stooges! 



It says you will have a long life . 




John Jue 



Mark Julian 



Shawn Kahl 



Kim Kaifesh 



Heidi Kaiser 





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Janice Kapec 



Michael Karaba 



Lester Karol 



Robert Kascak 



Nancy Kastelic 




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James Katosic 



John Kaunas 



Dianne Kavel 



Lauren Kazen 



Gary Keefe 



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Kathryn Keeler 



Michael Keever 



Robert Keller 



Kenneth Kender 



Andrew Kendro 




Janet Kerns 



Janice Kerns 



Carol Kernya 



Kelvin Kester 





I didn't think it was that funny. 



C'mon in! 




Clifford Kime 



Lynne KImura 



David King 



Maura King 



Sharon KIngsmiii 



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Barbara Kirchner 



Evelynne Kiro 



Anne Kish 



Michael Kleinhenz 



Mark Kleinhenz 




Kenny Klepac 



Thomas Knific 



Susan Knight 



William Kobetitsch 



Joseph Kochevar 





Walter Kozlosky 



Carl Kozlowski 



Susan Kralnce 



Patricia Krause 



Sylvia Krulc 





John Leovich 



John Lesnick 



T. Alan Lester 



Kenneth Leuzzi Deborah Leveno 





Sandra Lewis 



Susan Liggett 



Bruce Lilley 



Lillian Lis Linda Lisi 

There's something sentimental about a star , 





Thomas Ljubi 



Diane Lockhart 



George Lohri 



Michael Lonchar 




David Longstreth 



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Denise Lorence 



Patrick Lovano 



Nicolette Lowe 



Edward Lube 



Donna Luce 




Linda Ludvik 



Leiand Lumadue 



Debra Lusky 





Lisa Mantz 



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Sexy Sam. Deborah Markert 



Joyce Marincic 



Michael Markuz 




Joy Mast 



Vesna Matic 



Lorraine Matuch 



Robert Maxwell 



Martha Mayer 



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The Wicked Witch of Euclid. 




Randy at his best. 



Nadine McLean 



Linda McNamara 



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Where is the "Scurvey" office? Paul Mihacevich 



Sheri Mikanovich 



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Anne Miller 



Catherine Miller 



Bethann Miller 



Peanut butter always sticks to the roof of my mouth! 




Doreen Miller John Miller 



Penny Miller 



Roger Miller 




Kevin Mix 



Eric Mizner 



Margaret Mobbs 



Cheryl Modic 



Susan Moeller 



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Bret Molnar 



Robert Moody 



Douglas Moore 



Gary Shay boogies on the bells. 





Wayne Mrofchak 



Leonard Murg 



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Eileen Murphy 



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Cynthia Myers 



Susan Naro 





Laurie Nawor 




Preston Neal 




Laura Neff 




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Charles Nicholls 

Isn't this thrilling? 



Kime out to MM. 




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Laverne Nocera 



Patricia Noel 



Victor Nolan 



Duane Nordstrom 



Richard Novate 





Joan Nunnally 
It's cold in here! 



Susan Oboczky 



Terrence O'Brien 



Barry O'Donnell 




John O'Neill 




I forgot my name! 



Robert Ortman 




Charlene Osborn 



Cynthia Ostrunic 




Joanne Oyaski 



Yong S. Pak 



Joseph Pales 



Kevin Palmer 



Evelyn Pana 



All right, what's wrong with my shirt? 



think my girdle is too tight. 





Please, get me out of here! Dennis Pavella 



Kathleen Pavis 



KImberly Pearch 



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Irene Penko 



Loreen Perko 



James Perl 



SHUT-UPPPPP!!!!!!! 





Robin Pinkava 



Lou Ann Piper 



Laura Piavcan 



Tammy Polley 



Debbie Polaslci 




Hang in there, baby! 



Edward Popovic 



Kim Popovic 



Miciiaei Popovic 



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Andrew Prause 



Brigitte Prause 



Jill Primeau Roberta Prioreschi 



Susan Prizzi 




Judy Purvis 



Linnea Purvis 



Michael Pyle 



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Kimberly Ross 




Katharine Rossmann 



Thomas Rotar 



So 1 + 1 really does equal 21 




Darcy Ryder 



James Rymarczyk 



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Ronald Sapatka 



Kathleen Sawyer 



Ronald Saywell 



Richard Schauer Jeffrey Schelientrager 




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Sandy Schmid 



James Schmidt 



Gary Schoeniger 



Michael Schudel 



Jeffrey Schuffert 




William Serazin 




Euclid's own "Majorettes"! Douglas Sheridan 



Charles Sherrill 




Deborah Shipley 



Randall Shirk 



Paul Shunk 



Oebra Sidak 



David Sidman 



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Vickie Sieferd 



Rosemarie Simek Ronald Simmons 



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James Simpson 



Connie Sims 




Michael Spehar 



Robert Spike 



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Walter Stipkovich 



Ronald Stoss 



Michael Strah 



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Gary Strunge 



Heather Stump 
Ah, ah, ah, choo. 



Linda Suchevits 



James Sumner Robert Sump 

We love to sit and watch springs. 

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Chip Carter stopped to talk to Linda Ciarlillo on election day. Kurt Sustarsic 



Michael Svilar 




James Swanson 



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Jeffrey Swider 



Donald Swift 



Steven Swift 



Darlene Swihart 




Patrick Swoboda 



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Laura Tomaselli Kathy Torok 




Michael Tortorici 



David Traina 



Donald Traina 




Mary Troha 



John Trommetter Kimberly Troth 

Do you want to know the truth about 



Beverly Tramsak 



Frank Trevarthen 




Go in there and get 'em! 




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Mary Ellen Turk 



Randolph Turk 



Frank Ujcic 



David Ulepic 



Frank Ulle 




Now wait . . . this is a great story! 



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Thomas Valentino 



Timothy Vanah 



Clayton VanGastel 



Dianne Vasas 



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Thomas Walter 



William Walter 



Jeffrey Wanchisn Thomas Wanderslaben 



Judith Ward 



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David Warder 



Cheryl Warner 



Joyce Waschura 



David Ulepic 



Kenneth Watson 




Krlstlne Welngard 



Dorothy Whitney Mellnda Wllker 



Kent Will 



Scott Williams 




Donald Wllllngham 



Scott W. Wilson 



Scott J. Wilson 



Tracy WIntle Scott Wise 

Here's how I get all my women! 




The "hole" gang. 




Jeffrey Witt 






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Mary Kaye Wolenski 



Gary Wolf 



KImberly Woods 



Pam Wright 




Theresa Wright 



Robert Yanacek 



Paul Yanchar 



Margot Vane 





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Craig Yoder 



Deborah Young 



Thomas Young 








Robert Yuko 



Joseph Yukstas 



Michael Yurkovich 



Trevor Zachary 



Mary Beth Zak 




James Zakrajsek 



Marilyn Zaiatel 



Debra Zailer 



Joseph Zanghi 



Patricia Zeltz 




Dale Zelenlakas 



Carol Zgonc 



David Zmljewski 



Timothy Zuponcic 



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W. Anthony Bagwell Joseph Bartel 



John Behra 



Debbie Bliss 



Bruce Blosser 





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Laureen Blelfelt 



Steven Cardlle 



David Dobrin 



Kathleen Deveney 



Mark Downhan 



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The J.V. football team compiled a 4-6 record while collecting 
aluable experience for next year's varsity team. Outstanding 
ilayers were leading rusher Bob Clemence, linebackers Dave 
Volf, Ray Naro, tackle Ray Strah, defensive back Tom Rinderle, 
ringback Devin Wilson, and center Noel Brady, who stepped into 
ie varsity lineup and started six games. Although they were 
mall In number, they had plenty of talent which will aid varsity 
n the coming seasons. 

OW 1: D. King, G. Mason, J. Rapinz, G. Newcomb, B. Clemence, R. Naro, T. 

erman, ROW 2: J. Caito, J. Otcasek, J. Drobnick, A. Jelepis, N. Brady, T. 

inderle, F. Clabough, M. Radabaugh, ROW 3: 0. Wilson, J. Doyle, B. Holmes, 
Blldstein, D. Ayers, D. Carbone, J. Jones, C. Deveney, ROW 4: B. Hrusovsky, 
Strati, M. Sansbury, M. Gordon, T. O'Brien, L. Caplick, D. Wolf, Coach 

apostasy. 



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PANTHER PRIDE 

The Euclid Panthers football team compiled an 
impressive record in the 1976 season, leading the 
GCC for much of the season. Co-Captains were Ron 
Ranallo and Tom Wandersleben. After a slow start 
by losing to Valley Forge, the Panthers ended in 
a scoreless tie with rival St. Joe's. The Panthers 
continued gaining momentum after a West Tech 
victory and another tie, this time with Willoughby 
South in the GCC opener. Head coach Ron Sey- 
mour is happy with his team's improvement over 
last year's 2-6-2 record. 

VARSITY FOOTBALL: ROW 1: Ron Ranallo, Jim Snyder, John 
Trommetter, Jeff Wanchisn, Jim Clabough, Mil(e Lynch, Lee 
Lumadue, Tom Wandersleben, Bill Waiters, John Basar, Dave 
Uiepic. ROW 2: Bob Ruusica, Dave Richards, Mark Byrne, Tim 
Sherman, Larry Insana, Tony Centa, Greg Brentar, Jack Gregorin, 
Frank Kucharski, Rick Burrows. ROW 3: John Ryder, Jeff 
Schuffert, Randy Jones, Scott Maxwell, Adam Shunk, Jim Hunt, 
Tom Hongosh, Dave Praznovsky, Dave Berian, Ed Delaney, Den- 
nis Lynch. ROW 4: Spencer Brady, Dan Debevc, Mike Tortorici, 
Don Poropat, Dean Herris, Steve Resar, Don Wiilingham, Tom 
Palumbo, Tim Erjavec, Jim Baitt, Dave Yeckiey. ROW 5: Dan 
Davies, Phil Bradac, Jim Sumner, Rich Jambor, Dan Darasko, 
Mark Centa, Dennis Strnad, Phil Horabik, John Mc Ciuskey, 
Jim Wright, Shawn Kahi, Manager Phil Setnik, Steve McKenna. 





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Squires Linda Ice and Nada Coso greeted couples as they entered the Enchanted Castle. 




"Sam Mason, don't just sit there, help me pin this thing 
onl!" 



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ENCHANTED CASTLE 



Cold weather prevailed during Euclid's Homecoming Week of October 20-22, which 
cancelled the Homecoming parade, but did not turn away the many fans who attended the 
Homecoming game. The following night, the Enchanted Castle opened its doors for the 200 
elegantly dressed couples who danced the night away with music provided by Crossfire. 







1975 Homecoming Queen Laura Allen happily approved of her 
sucessor Tammy Polley at the Friday morning assembly. 



Did Jan Novotny at the Homecoming pep rally really pledge her 
heart to Channel 5's Gary Ritchie? 




The 1976 Homecoming Court consisted of: Sophomore Attendant Lora Hayman, Junior Attendant Jackie Kuhar. Senior Attendants Diane 
McCarty and Renee Fetko, Queen Tammy Polley, King Wally Honer, Senior Attendants Jeff Lane and Dan Debevc, Junior Attendant 
Wayne Buza, Sophomore Attendant Kevin Sidman. 



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Queen Tammy Polley 



Sr. Attendant Renee Fetko 




Soph. Attendant Lora Hayman 
Jr. Attendant Jackie Kuhar 



Jr. Attendant Wayne Buza, Soph. Attendant Kevin Sidman 



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FRONT ROW: Rob Cowan, Joe Cartulla, Monte Carlo, Randy South, 
Andy Prause, Terry O'Brien, Diego Roman, Scott Parlcer, Joe Kardum. 
ROW 2: Coach Homovec, Rick Lane, John Lesniclc, Tom Young, Craig 
Yoder, Kurt Diecltmann, Jorge Lanese, Rich Boehm, Coach Sattler. 







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On August 23, a group of 40 induviduals ended their 
summers and started making the sacrifices necessary 
to have a winning team. Slcills, team viork, technique and 
strategy were the ingredients molded together to achieve 
this goal. 

They played on muddy fields and under hazardous 
conditions much of the time. Co-Captains of the team were 
Seniors Andy Prause and Randy South, who helped keep 
the team's morale up throughout the season, as did 
coach Greg Sattler. Departing players this year are seniors 
Monte Carlo, Jack Colling, Tom Young, Terry O'Brien, Kurt 
Dieckmann, Craig Yoder, and junior Rick Lane. 

On October 28 when the season ended, the team looked 
back with pride to review what they had accomplished. 
With a 7-5-1 record, Euclid had its third winning season. 



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ROW 1 Robert Lanese, Rollie Standish, 
Mike Topping, Jim Orme, Dave Seidel, 
Silvan Kuharicli, Mike Maggio, Paul 
McFadden, Herb Pawski ROW 2: Ed Fa- 
bec, Bob Dalic, Mike Kupfer, Jack Jes- 
berger, John Laughlln, Cesar Roman, 
Mike Campbell, Tom Deemer, Jim Beidle. 



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RUN FOR YOUR 

LIFE 



The 1976 cross country team remained GCC 
champions for the second consecutive year. 
Senior Bob Gold had an outstanding season, 
running In first place in the GCC meet. Two 
other Euclid runners were also named to the 
AII-GCC team, senior Craig Basler and junior 
Chris Dole. In addition to these three, the rest 
of the team enjoyed their success as a whole. 
Also running well were seniors Pat Campbell, 
Scott Wilson, and junior Walt Wolski. Coach 
Tom Halbedel was named GCC Coach of the year 
for his exceptional job as Euclid's coach. 
FRONT: Coach Tom Halbedel. ROW 2: Walt 
Wolski, Bob Gold. ROW 3: Chris Dole, Craig 
Basler, Scott Wilson, Bob Debevc. ROW 4: Rick 
Horn, Pat Campbell, Charlie Simpson, Eric 
Jochum. ROW 5: Steve Basler, Joe Freeh, Jim 
Busher, Larry Plavcan, Al Buanno. ROW 6: John 
Kalka, Frank Ulle, Terry Isaac. 





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SPLASH 




The 76-77 water polo team com- 
piled a 4-2 record In dual meets 
and a 1-2 record in tournaments. 
In the Rocky River tournament, the 
Panthers finished second behind 
Berea out of eight teams, and 
placed fifth in a field of seven teams 
in the Euclid Invitational. Co- 
captains Mike Pyle and Ken Dorsch, 
along with Scott Wise, Bob Ross, 
Mike Glaser and Barth Cerer, were 
starters for the team team. Other 
outstanding players were goalie Joe 
Perpar and Jack Shelden. The team 
was young this year, and with with 
experience. Coach Rodriguez has 
great expectations for next year. 

FRONT ROW: John Mullin, Bob Clines, Andy 
Rossmann. SECOND ROW Mike Pyle, Ken 
Dorsch, Bob Ross, Terry Brennan, Doug 
Jones, THIRD ROW: Tom Rotar, Barth Cerer, 
Mike Glaser, Jack Shelden, Eric Darcy, Joe 
Perpar, Roger Miller. 




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ONE MORE 
MILE 

Trudging through endless trails 
with perseverence and endurance 
was the Girls' Cross Country team. 
The team had a very successful 
year with only one loss, that 
coming against Madison. A sopho- 
more, Carrie Shuster, ran in the 
first position, with junior Dawn 
Woodruff right behind. The team 
ended the season with 5-1 record 
In dual meets. 

Girls' Cross Country, ROW 1: Karin Schultz, 
Jan Slejko, Carrie Shuster, Kathy Ry- 
marczyk, Muff Truskolaski, Dawn Woodruff, 
Karen Rymarczyk. 




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The Season 
We Golfers toiled In summer's heat 
Through October's chill. 
Victories in August's dreams 
Certain to fulfill were, by 
September's errant stroke deferred 
Then put off later still. 

How few those moments sweet 

triumph 
Chance smiled on those we fought 
And, thinking on our spirit shown, 
More broadly than it ought. 

But winter's purge shall steel the 

will, 
Our flaws through patient effort 

healed 
And victors of the vanquished make 
When next we take the field. 
Coach Ralcevich 

Golf team, BOTTOM ROW: Steve Martin, Doug 
Dilalla, Don Malone, Kurt Raicevich, Tom 
Chubb. TOP ROW: Coach Raicevich, Bob 
Cayne, Keith Kester, Les MacLeod, Eric Mizner. 



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The 1976-1977 Girls' Tennis team 
had a well rounded season this 
year. The team ended its season 
with a 6-6 record. There were 20 
girls on the team, backing up the 
high scorer, Debbie Williams, who 
was the district champion and later 
went on to State Competition. Lynn 
Roberts and Joy Mast, co-captains, 
felt that the girls continued improv- 
ing throughout the season. 

Tennis Team, ROW 1: Tracy Biddinger. 
Vickie Chapman, Meg Kumensky, Sherry 
Petrlch, Lynn Pierolo. ROW 2: Mary Jankow- 
ski, Amy Hill, Joy Mast, Claudia McChancey, 
Mary Korosec. ROW 3: Chris Gole, Patty 
Noel, Debbie Williams, Karen Brentar, Mrs. 
Carter. 





With the skills and drive of 8 volleyball players, the 
1976-1977 team had little trouble winning victories 
over the opposing teams. With Mary D'Amico being the 
team's leading scorer, the team ended the season with 
a 5-2 record. Miss Buck, the coach, and Captain Sandi 
Stankiewicz were very proud of these dedicated girls 
and felt that they played well together with no single 
player dominating. The girls placed second in the league 
but were eliminated in the first round of tournament 
play. 

Varsity Volleyball, ROW 1: Jean Czyzyckl, Sandi Stankiewicz, Evie 
Pana, Carrie Franko. ROW 2: Coach Pat Buck, Debbie Gower, Diana 
Ortman, Mary D'Amico, Joanne Bokar, Teresa Kuklica, Kathy 
Rossmann. 

J. v. Volleyball, ROW 1 : Laurie Oberaitis, Debbie Thomas, Lori Breskvar, 
Mary Holmes, Debbie Petrich, Mary Ficeri. ROW 2 Coach Hackett, 
Jeanne Dommer, Linda Misch, Debbie Miller, Melodie Music, Cherl 
Strah, Kathy Rossmann. 







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BOTTOM ROW: Cindy Rojeck, Don Kel- 
ler, VInce Malone, Mark Coan, Roy Mast, 
Tim TIchenor, Tony Glunta, Marty Zu- 
pancic. TOP ROW: Kevin Kalfesh, Mark 
Kordic, Terry Harrell, Buzzy Rowland, 
Jerry Drobnick, Coach Neil Sharp, Bob 
Patete, Lenny Caplick, Mark Juratovic. 
(ed. note: GL Kevin!) 









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The 1976-77 JV Basketball team enjoyed success 
under their new coach Neil Sharp. By drilling in the 
basics of the sport, the team became more con- 
sistent in their games as the season progressed. High 
scorers were Mark Coan, George Newcomb, and 
Kevin Kaifesh, but all the members of the team gave 
100% in each game. Varsity Coach Doc Daugherty 
hopes that this year's JV talent will transfer itself to 
next year's Varisty team. 



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The Varsity Basketball team lost 
a lot of close games in a season of 
rebuilding. Coach Doc Daugherty was 
pleased with the individual players' 
progress and what the team lost 
in games, they gained in experi- 
ence. Junior co-captain Cliff Kirch- 
ner showed constant improvement 
throughout the season as did start- 
ing guards Scott Parker and Jim 
Daugherty. The team was young, with 
only two seniors playing: John Trom- 
metter and Tim Kooser. By giving 
the "Blue Team" playing time every 
game, Doc is planning to have a great 
season next year. 



FRONT ROW: Jim Daugherty, Tim Kooser, Co- 
capts. John Trommetter and Cliff Kirchner, 
Ken Williams, Dennis Lynch, Scott Parker . . 
BACK ROW: Scott Maxwell, Jeff Springer, Asst. 
Coach Stupica, Jim Roeder, Dave Linane, 
Coach Doc Daugherty, Dave Sexton, Mike 
Lynn. 



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MARDI GRAS 

On Saturday February 19 loving couples, mingling 
with friends and dancing to the beat of Islands' music, 
enjoyed the warmth at Winter Festival. Over 130 cou- 
ples participated in this lavish annual event, and the 
night will be remembered by many as one of music and 
pleasure. The reigning queen and her court danced 
slowly to the sounds of Electric Light Orchestra's Can't 
Get You Out of My Head and were soon joined on the 
dance floor by the rest of the well-dressed students. 
Two days beforehand, the queen and her court were 
announced in the Thursday morning assembly and 
were treated to lunch on Friday morning. Winter Festi- 
val was a weekend that was enjoyed by all. 



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Winter Festival Queen Amy Lutz 




Winter Festival Court, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jr. Attendant JoAnn Michael, Sr. Attendant Karen Besselman, Queen 
Amy Lutz, Sr. Attendant Linda Bratina, Soph. Attendant TamI Meaney. 



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1st ROW — Scott Raymont, Craig Hasegawa, Marty LaCava, Steve Basler, Jeff Szalay, Randy Turk, Chris Blacl<, Bob Debevc. 2nd ROW — 
Scott Reminick, Ron Morosan, Tom Appleton, Jack Downer, Tom Bowens, Noel Brady, Tom Parr, Bob Summers. 3rd ROW — Ed Delaney, 
Mike Christopher, Jim Hunt, Shawn Kahl, John Ussai, Keith Weems, Jim Wright, Mark Gordon. 




Shawn Kahl, Co-Captain 



GROTESQUE ARABESQUE 

The Euclid wrestler Is a unique breed of athlete. Like 
the panther he Is quick, powerful, and agile. He must 
possess the skill to attack his opponent and have the 
endurance to force him into submission. The attributes 
of each individual wrestler when combined with those of 
his teammates create a team of superb strength and 
quality. Such a team is Euclid. 




Marty LaCava, Co-Captain 



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J.V. Wrestling TOP ROW— Mark Gordon, Keith Weems, 
Jim Wright 2ncl ROW — Jack Downer, Ron Morosan, Tom 
Bowens, Noel Brady, Tom Parr 1st ROW — Bob Debevc, 
Craig Hasegawa, Chris Black, Steve Basler 
J.V. Swimming — David O'Toole, John Mullin, Matt 
D'Amico, Joe Connelly, Jeff Mavsar, Andreas Zitt- 
kowski, Frank Ciotti, Joe Bacchi 



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Varsity Swim Team, BOTTOM ROW: 
AInis Cers, Monte Carlo, Bob Nozling, 
Scott Harmon, Mike Donley, Chuck Keay. 
ROW 2: Bill Mabel, Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, 
Ken Dorsch, Roger Miller, Scott Speroff. 
ROW 3: Joe Perpar, Doug Jones, Mike 
Glaser, Bart Cerer, Jack Shelden, Eric 
Darcy, ROW 4: Pat Grieshammer, Dave 
Coyne, Andy Rossmann, Terry Brennan, 
Curt Gasser, Eugene Jaskiewicz, Rick 
Horn. 





TANKERS 

The Panther swimmers con- 
tinued their perennial domina- 
tion of area pools with yet an- 
other outstanding season this 
year. The team worked hard 
during many hours of practice 
so that when the time came, 
they were more than ready to 
demonstrate their very best 
aquatic skills. Determination and 
pride served to drive this year's 
swimmers through a long series 
of victories. Euclid has produced 
another fine team and added 
another season to be proud of 
its unparallelled record already. 




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Hockey Team, L TO R: (SEATED) Mitch Zaiar, Gene Lavally, Les 
MacLeod, Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Dave Carlson, Scott Wilson, John 
Williams, (STANDING) Mike Thomas, Bill Holmes, Mike Chapman, 
Phil Campensa, Chuck Golden, Denny Dixon, Brian McCulJough, 
Jeff Fiffik, Mike Krnc, Tony Vitolo, MISSING: Doug Koller. 

The 76-77 edition of the Panther hockey squad, 
coached by Alex Dzerowicz, provided thrills and spills 
en route to a successful year. Seniors, Captain Dave 
Carlson, Alternate Captain Les MacLeod, Scott Wilson, 
and Doug Koller provided experience for the young 
squad. Improving with every stride were Junior for- 
wards Gene Lavally and Mike Thomas along with de- 
fensemen Denny Dixon, Mike Chapman, and rookie 
goalie Mitch ZaIar. Showing promise and holding the 
key to the future were Sophomore forwards Chuck 
Golden, Jeff Fiffik, Brian McCullough, Bill Holmes, 
Tony Vitolo, Mike Krnc, defensemen Phil Campensa, 
and another rookie goalie, John Williams. 



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ON YOUR MARK, 
GET SET, GO! 

The Panther Indoor Track team enjoyed another suc- 
cessful season as they added to their 100-victory record 
in the Indoor Track's history. Seniors Dan Debevc in the 
hurdles, Mike Schudel in the sprints, Bob Gold in the dis- 
tance events, T.J. Anderson and Jim Drobnick in the high 
jump, and Tom Wandersleben in the weight events were 
all outstanding. A large number of underclassmen rounded 
out the team, again coached by Bob Ramlow. The team 
has gained enough experience to again remain a power- 
house in outdoor as well as indoor track. 

OPPOSITE PAGE: Jack Thomas pole-vaulting; Mike Schudel getting off 
the blocks as Jay Fondran looks on; Part of the team warming up; Jay 
Fondran handing off the baton to Larry Insana; Larry Plavcan and Mike 
Schudel conferring with Coach Ramlow. 

THIS PAGE: Dan Debevc taking a hurdle; Mike Radabaugh handing off 
to relay teammate Bob Holloway; T.J. Anderson, Coach Ramlow, and 
Jay Fondran watching the action; Larry Plavcan taking a rest; a group of 
team members practicing with the blocks. 



GYMNASTICS 



Gymnastics Team 

THIRD ROW; Coach Stadler, Deanne Nosse, Debby Henkhuzens, Karen 
Brentar, Jeanne Dommer, Sharon Bolsar, Therese Skedel, Melody 
Musick (mgr.). SECOND ROW: Karen Garapic, Mary Beth Legan, Sherri 
Petrich, Sharon Shamleffer, Nancy Gundling, Andrea MacLeod. FIRST 
ROW: Ellen Kast, Karen Walters, Katie Kirchner, Lori Smith, Donna Janes, 
Toni Dodds. NOT PRESENT IN PICTURE: Debbie Downing, Cindy Fawcett. 





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HOT SHOTS 

Varsity Basketball, BOTTOM ROW: Holly Mc- 
Clurg, Kathy Kosovich, Kathy Sands, Debbie 
Williams, Laurie Foreman, TOP ROW: Kathy 
Rossmann, Joanne Bokar, Sand! Stankiewicz 
Marilyn Zaietel, Coach Martin. 
J.V. Basketball, BOTTOM ROW: Chris Perry- 
man, Vicky Chapman, Joanne McCaskey, Cheri 
Strah, Jan Slejko. TOP ROW: Mrs. Fox, Cathleen 
Ferryman, Muff Truskolaski, Mary D'Amico, 
Mary Holmes, Joanne Bokar, Barb Swansinger, 
Mgr. Paul Niedermeyer. 

The Girls' Basketball team enjoyed 
a successful season this year sparked 
by the dedication of the whole team, 
which was coached by Don Martin. 
The J.V.'s, coached by Audree Fox, 
also had a fantastic record and these 
girls will be an asset to Varsity in years 
to come. 



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22 


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15-15 


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7 


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8-3 


9 




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17 


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13-15-15 


20 




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21 


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15-10-15 


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1 


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1 
5 


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Mayfield 

Solon 


3 
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172 


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153 




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162 


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2 


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Kent 


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170 


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Chardon 


171 
171 


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23 Walsh Jesuit 

20 W. South 

21 Bedford 
15 > -M**<* Brush 
28 (win) iVIayfield 
15 E. North 

24 Mentor 
23 ? Maple Hts. 

8 Wins, 1 Loss 
f Conference Champions 
( Sectional Champions 

5th in District 
13th in State 

J.V. BASKETBALL 

Solon 

Geneva 

Brush 

W. South 

E. North 

Bedford 

Maple Hts. 

Mentor 

U. Arlington 

Mayfield 

Brush 

E. North 

Maple Hts. 

Wickliffe 

Mentor 

Bedford 

Mayfield 

W. South 



VARSITY SWIMMING 



57 
57 
44 
44 
53 
59 
56 
71 
47 
47 
61 
56 
56 
75 
49 
50 
58 
58 



49 
49 
74 
55 
54 
57 
74 
35 
42 
53 
65 
49 
69 
62 
54 
50 
59 
41 
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Solon 

Geneva 

Brush 

W. South 

E. North 

Bedford 

Maple Hts. 

Mentor 

U. Arlington 

Mayfield 

Brush 

E. North 

Maple Hts. 

Wickliffe 

Mentor 

Bedford 

W. South 

Mayfield 

Orange 

Solon 




24 


49 


32 


64 


39 


91 


34 


95 


46 


94 


28 


129 


46 


115 


31 


89 


32 


65 




118 




119 




56 




64 




65 


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92 


54 


99 


53 


117 


48 


11 


51 


89 


57 


103 


69 


90 


52 


111 


31 


109 


44 


117 


49 




41 




61 


34 


52 


36 


24 


15 


54 


18 


64 


25 


55 


27 


55 


15 




14 




6 


71 


23 


61 


37 


76 




69 




59 




63 


43 


53 


44 


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36 


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31 


58 


43 


81 


34 


52 


39 


61 


23 


75 


16 


66 


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62 


41 


54 




43 




35 




67 





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Hawken 
University 
Cleve. Hts. 
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Brush 
Maple Hts. 
Fairview 
Cuyahoga Falls 
Bedford 
Midpark 
Mayfield 
in Bedford Relays 



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Berea 
Hawken 
University 
Cleve. Hts. 
Rocky River 
Brush 
Maple Hts. 
Fairview 
Cuyahoga Falls 
Bedford 
Midpark 
Mayfield 



34 
107 
81 
76 
78 
43 
56 
83 
91 
54 
52 
25 



19 
84 
72 
39 
51 

7 
63 
70 
60 
59 
30 



VARSITY WRESTLING 



Richmond Hts. 

Chardon 

Mayfield 

Berea 

Bedford 

Brush 

W. South 

E. North 

Maple Hts. 

Mentor 

Wickliffe 



J.V. WRESTLING 



Richmond Hts. 

Chardon 

Mayfield 

Berea 

Bedford 

Brush 

W. South 

E. North 

Maple Hts. 

Mentor 

Wickliffe 



21 
18 
37 
28 
23 
29 
41 
40 
51 
39 
21 



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17 
19 
23 
18 
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115 



Members of the Euclid Board of Education. (SEATED) Mrs. Diane Luikart; Mr. Paul R. Totten, President; Mrs. Shirley M. 
Nurmi, Vice-President; Dr. Ernest A Husarik, Superintendent. (STANDING) Mr. Lowell B. Davis, Clerk-Treasurer; Dr. 
William Dodds, Asst. Superintendent; Dr. Robert Wightman, Asst. Superintendent; Dr. Frank S. Houser, Mr. John Lewis. 
Bus. Manager; Mr. Donald D. Smith. 



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Sincere interest and concern 
characterized the Administration. 
The principals, who headed the 
administrative staff of Euclid High, 
acted as an executive branch in the 
running of the school. They extend- 
ed extra effort in order to main- 
tain contact with and to bring 
officialdom closer to the student 
body. The specific duties of Dr. 
Bergem included supervision of 
the guidance dept. and student 
affairs. Those of Mr. Johns were 
the management of the budget and 
building maintenance. Actual in- 
struction and curriculum affairs 
were tended to by Mrs. Smith. The 
members of the School Board ful- 
filled their duties as elected officials 
by making the final decisions re- 
garding important school matters. 
By helping the teachers and stu- 
dents with various problems, hav- 
ing the final power of okaying the 
school's activities and assuming 
definite positions on major issues 
of the school, these people served 
to consolidate everything that went 
on at Euclid High. 





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MRS. RUTH SMITH, ASST. PRINCIPAL 




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MR. FRED JOHNS, ASST. PRINCIPAL 



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DEANS AND 



Although deans and counselors are often associated 
with "yellow slips" and detentions, their purpose is to 
help students solve problems and to give advice. They 
deal with students' personal problems and problems 



with teachers, scheduling, and attendance. 

Valuable advice regarding career choice, colleges, 
and financial aid is also provided. Vocational coordinator 
Ben Sawyer plans such programs as the half-day. 



DIVISION A-F 



DIVISION G-L 





COUNSELORS 



school/half-day work with which many office education 
classes are associated. As career counselor, Robert 
Yocum introduces students to the value of the career 
office and its information on schools and career choices. 



Especially helpful to seniors art the Job Board and ses- 
sions with college representatives. Always willing to 
listen, the division offices and services link the educa- 
tional system to individual students. 



DIVISION MR 



DIVISION S-Z 



William Medvick 





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The English Department instilled the 
knowledge that enabled all students to obtain 
a well-rounded background in English. The 
courses included everything from fundamentals 
of grammar to presenting plays. The purpose 
of some of these courses was to improve each 
student's skill in speech, literature, and me- 
chanics of writing. A wide variety of courses 
were offered in order to please all students. 



Justin J. Antonini — 

University of Pittsburg B.A. in English, M. of 

Sec. Ed. 

Frank A. Aultz — 

Mount Union B.A., Kent State M. in Ed., Ohio 

State, Western Reserve University DePauw 

Jane Blabolil — 

Baldwin-Wallace B.A., Ohio State M.A. 

William Brown — 

Western Reserve University, University of 
Florida B.A., University of Illinois, Kent State 
University M.A. 

Judith Carmody — 

Notre Dame College A.B., Case Western Re- 
serve University 

Dorothy Cerny — 

Cleveland State University B.A. 

Norma D. Cowan — 

Miami University B.S., Wisconsin State Uni- 
versity M.S. 

Emelie B. Gale — 

DePaul University (Chicago) B.A., Duquensne 

University (Pittsburg) M. in Ed. 

Robert Hall — 

The College of Steubenville A.B., Kent State 
University M. of Ed., Western Carolina, Creigh- 
ton University E.P.D.A. 

Sue Harris — 

Ohio Wesleyan University B.A., Ohio State 

University B.Sc. 

Gerald W. Henderson — 

Bowling Green University B.S. in Ed., M.E.D. 

Janis Jordan — Ohio University B.F.A. 

Jane Leilis — 

Westminster College (New Wilmington) B.A., 

Kent State University M.Ed. 

Ken Lowe — 

Ohio University B.S. in Ed., Edinboro State 

College, Kent State University 

Karen McGill — 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania B.S., West 
Virginia University M.A., Kent State University, 
John Carroll University 

William McGuinness — 

Case Western Reserve University B.A., M.A. 

Frank Mularo^ 
Ohio University B.A. 

Robert J. Petrovic — 

John Carroll University B.A., M.A. 

Kathleen Rodigan — 

Notre Dame College B.A., John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Cleveland State University 

Mary Kay Skvaslk — 

Cleveland State University, Ohio University 

A.B. in English 




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IN 
MEMORIAM 

Students, faculty, and friends were sad- 
dened by the untimely death of Frank Aultz 
of the English Department on January 24, 
1977. His devotion to his chosen profes- 
sion and his dedication to the many stu- 
dents he has taught over the past nineteen 
years at Euclid is a great loss to the school 
and community. 



Jeanne Sliter 
St. Mary's College 
(Indiana), University 
of Notre Dame 



Pennsylvania State University 



Granville Smith — 

Indiana State University B.S., 

M.A. 

Barbara Spiga — 

Bowling Green State University B.S., Currently attending Kent 

State 

1. LEFT TO RIGHT Norma Cowan, Jane Leilis, Jane Blabolil, 
Ken Lowe, Robert Hall, Barbara Spiga 

2. Judith Carmody 

3 Mary Kay Skvasik 

4 LEFT TO RIGHT William McGuiness, Frank Mularo 
Aultz, Justin Antonini 

5. Emelie Gale 

6. William Brown 

7. FRONT Dorothy Cerny, Karen McGill, Sue Harris, 
Granville Smith, Janis Jordan, Robert Petrovic, 
Henderson 



Frank 



BACK 
Gerald 



Mr Peto Haluska. Mr. Donald Rinkes, Mr. Adam Pawlowski, Student Mr. Richard Pokorny, Mr. Carl Clements 




Mr. Paul Serra 



Mr. James Cliffel 



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The Math Department offers a wide range 
of Math courses. Basic skills are available 
for everyone while college level courses 
are available to those who wish to pursue 
a career in Math. Team work and individual 
work combine to provide the student with 
the best possible learning techniques. 

Gene Brearton 

Western Illinois University — B.A., Northern 
Illinois University, Murray State College, 
Ohio State University — M.S. 

Carl Clements 

Capital University — B.S., Western Reserve 
University — M.S., Ohio State University, 
Penn College, Drew University 

James F. Cliffel 

John Carroll University — B.S.S., Kent State 

University, Case School of Applied Science 

Margie Gorslene 

Western Kentucky State — A.B., Ohio State 

University — M.S., University of Cincinnati 

Adam Pawlowski 

Ohio State University — B.S., Case Western 
Reserve University — M.A., Kent State Uni- 
versity, Akron University, Cleveland State 
University, Clarke College 



Richard Rackovan 

Millersville State College — B.S., 

land University — M.N.S., Cleveland 

University 



High- 
State 



Richard Rose 

Ohio State University — B.S., Case Western 

Reserve University — M.A., M.S. 

Donald D. Rinkes 

Muskingum College — B.S., Kent State Uni- 
versity, West Liberty State College, West 
Virginia University, Kent State University, 
Ohio State University, Indiana University, 
Case Western Reserve University, Penn Col- 
lege, University of Hawaii, Modern School 
of Photography 

Frederick F. Sallach 

Ohio University — B.S., John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Bowling 
Green University, Cleveland State University 



Paul Serra 

Kent State University- 



-B.S. 



Margaret Uhry 

Notre Dame College — B.S., Cleveland State 
University, John Carroll University, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Kent State University 



Mr. Richard Rackovan, Mr. Charles Reno, Miss Margaret Uhry, Mrs. Margie Gorslene 




Mr. Gene Brearton, Mr. Richard Rose, Mr. Fred Sallach, Mrs. Patricia Dunn 



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124 





Alvin M. Amster 

Case Western Reserve University — B.A., M.A. 

John Carroll University, Cleveland State 

University. 

Charlotte Bensusan 

Boston University — B.S. Cleveland State Univ., 

John Carroll University, Ohio Dominican 

College. 

Marie Harshman 

West Virginia School of Technology — B.S. 

Maureen A. Huefner 

Cleveland State University — B.Bus. Admin., M. 

of Education 

Janice Ivansek 

Cleveland State University — B.B.A. 

Marc Manburg 

Ohio University — B.S., B.B.A., B.S.Ed. 

Edmund Mize 

Ohio State University, Kent State University, 

Ohio University — B.S. 

Kathleen Radigan 

Notre Dame College — B.A. John Carroll Univer- 
sity, Cleveland State University. 

Joseph V. Regano 

Ohio State University — B.S. Cleveland State 

University — M.E. 

Sandra L. Regano 

Kent State University — B.S. 

Greg Sattler 

Ohio University — B.S.ED. 

Ronald Seymour 

Defiance College — B.S. Ohio University — M.E. 

Ralph Sibert 

Fenn College — B.S. Kent State University — 

B.S.S. Case Western Reserve University — M.A. 

Eleanor Wiegand 

Berea (Kentucky) College — B.A.Econ. Kent 
State University — M. Bus. Ed. Workshops: 
Ryder College, Colorado State University, 
Western Reserve Univ. 



Carol L. Williams 
Villa Maria College- 
Pennsylvania — M.S. 



'B.S. Indiana University of 



1. Sandra Regano, Charlotte Bensusan, 2nd 
ROW: Joe Regano, AlvIn Amster, Marc Manburg. 

2. Ron Seymour. 

3. Edmund Mize. 

4. "Pantyhose and football!" 

5. "I only made 38 mistakes this time!" 

6. Marie Harshman. 

7. Greg Sattler. 

8. Kathleen Radigan, Maureen Huefner, Eleanor 
Wiegand, Carol Williams, Janice Ivansek. IN- 
SERTED PHOTO: Ralph Sibert. 



125 



Phase courses in the Science Department 
add many new fields of interest to the student 
interested in science. For those students 
who are Interested In delving deeper into 
the wonders of science, honors courses are 
available. Whatever the science student Is 
looking for, he Is sure to find it offered in 
the Science Department. 

Ronald Backos 

California State College — B.S. In Education 
Kent State University — M. in Education St. 
Johns University Western Reserve University 
of California at Berkeley 
John Barcza 

Cuyahoga Community College — Associate of 
Arts Case Western Reserve University — B.A., 
M.A. 

Stanford Bender 

Bowling Green State University — B.S. In Edu- 
cation John Carroll University — M.A. 
L. Dale Davison 

Michigan State University Ohio University — 
B.S. in Education Ohio State University — M. 
in Education Graduate work — Purdue John 
Carroll Akron University 
Daniel Francetic 

Duquesne University — B. in Education Case- 
Western Reserve — M.A. 
Sheldon Freedman 

Science, Chairman; City College of New 
York, B.S., M.A.; Case Western Reserve Uni., 
M. S.:; Honors Program Coordinator 
Thomas Halbedel 

Miami University — B.S. In Education Cleveland 
State Kent State 
Marilyn Lucas 

Lake Erie College — A.B. Case Western Reserve 
M.S. In Chemistry Graduate work — Case 
Western Reserve University University of Mary- 
land Ohio State University 
Nancy Motz 

University of Michigan — B.S., M.A. Allegheny 
College University of California Yale Univer- 
sity American University 
Joseph Muscarella 

Bowling Green State University — B.S. Cleve- 
land State University — M.S. 
Charles Reno 

Edinboro State College (Pennsylvania) — B.S. 
Harvard University — Master's in Education 
University of Minnesota 
Frank Soltesz 

Case-Western Reserve University Cleveland 
State College John Carroll University B.S., 
M.A.T. 

William Starr 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania — B.S. Ohio 
State University Pennsylvania State Univer- 
sity — M. in Education 
Donald Steinbrink 

Ohio State University — B.S. in Agriculture, B.S. 
in Education Kent State University Cleveland 
State University Morehead State (Kentucky) 
John Stocks 

Evangel College (Missouri) — LB.S. Case-Western 
Reserve University — M.A. in Education Post- 
graduate studies — Cleveland State University 
Mrs. Dorothy Tombaugh 

Alfred University — B.S. Rochester General Hos- 
pital — M.T.(A.S.C.P.) Miami University Siena 
Heights College — M.A. 
William Von Benken 

Hiram College — B.A. in Chemistry Case-Western 
Reserve University — M.S. in Chemistry 

1 Mr. Barcza Mr. Von Benken Mr. Bender 

2 Mr. Freedman 

3 Mr. Muscarella 

4 Mr. Francetic Mr. Davison Mr. Starr Mrs. 
Lucas 

5 Mr. Backos 

6 Mr. Reno 



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The Home Economics Dept. provides girls 
and guys with the chance to study courses in 
the field of Home Arts. Cooking, sewing, and 
family living are among the courses offered. 
The Home Economics teachers try to provide 
today's students with knowledge that will be 
applicable to tomorrow's homemaker. Those 
needs of those students who are planning a 
career in home economics and related fields 
are also provided. 

Brenda Barker 

Miami University — B.S. in Applied Science 



Joyce Clark 
Bowling Green 
Education 



State University — B.S. 



Elaine Lokar 

University of Winsconsin Ohio State Univer- 
sity — B.S. John Carroll University, New York 
University, Kent State University 

Patricia Murrish 

California State University at Los Angeles and 
San Jose — B.A. Graduate work — California 
State University at Los Angeles 



Vinita O'Donnell 

Marshall University — B.A., M.A. Kent 

University, John Carroll University 



State 



Bonnie R. Price 

Miami University — B.S. in Education. Working 

on Master's in Education at Cleveland State 

1. Home Arts teachers — SITTING: Elaine 
Lokar, Brenda Barker, Vinita O'Donnell. 
STANDING: Bonnie Price, Pat Murrish. BE- 
LOW — Joyce Clarke. 2 "No, this is not a dirty 
book!" 




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Both girls and guys now find an opportunity 
to study the many courses available in in- 
dustrial education. The courses taught in the 
Industrial Education Department cover almost 
any subject a student wishes to take, from 
auto-body to printing. The industrial educa- 
tion classes provide the student with practi- 
cal, as well as mental, experience. The many 
industrial education shops throughout the 
school make it easy to obtain the skills neces- 
sary to continue in a chosen field of work. 

Ronald Chambers 

Kent State University, B.S.; M.A.; University of 

California; Yale University; American University 

Aloysius Galicki 

Ohio University — B.S. in Education, Kent State 
University — M.E., Kodak Photography School, 
Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, Cleveland 
Printing Institute 

John Germock 

California State College — B.S., University of 

Pittsburgh, University of Connecticut 

James Goebel 

Kent State University — B.A. in Vocational 

Education 

Tom Hoffart 

John Carroll University — B.S.S., Kent State 

University — M.S. in Education 



Richard Hungerford 

Oberlin College, Hiram College — 

State — B.S. and M.S. in Education 



B.A., Kent 



Embert Martin 

Iowa State University — B.S. 

versify — M. in Education 



Kent State Uni- 



Ray Montani 

Attending Kent State University for B.S. 

Herbert Nold 

Ohio University — B.S. Bowling Green 

University — M.E. Kent State University 



State 



Frank Passarella 

Miami University — B.S., Kent State University 

John Supance 

Ohio University — B.S. Stevens Point College 

Kent State University — M.E. 

1. Mr. Passarella shows the kids how to do 
the "Boomerang." 

2. Industrial Arts teachers — Richard Hunger- 
ford, John Germock, John Supance, Herb 
Nold, Ray Montani, James Goebel, Embert 
Martin, Al Galicki, Fred Vollman, Ronald 
Chambers. MISSING: John Eichhorn, Tom 
Hoffart. 



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Roger Brown 

Kent State University — B.S., 

College — M.Ed. 



Edinboro State 



William L. DeMora 

Ohio State University — B.S., Kent State Uni- 
versity — M.Ed., Graduate Work: Ohio State 
University, Indiana University, Claremont 
Graduate School, Cleveland State University, 
Martha Jenning — Grant In Govt. 

Nathaniel H. Dickinson 

Kent State University — B.S.,M.Ed., Ohio State 
University, University of Montana, Cleveland 
State University 

Forrest H. Diehl 

George Washington Univeristy, Hiram Col- 
lege — B.A., Kent State Unviersity — M.Ed., Ad- 
vanced Graduate Work: University of Colorado, 
Claremont University Graduate College, Kent 
State University, Oklahoma State University, 
State University New York — Potsdam, Ministry 
of Technology (England) 

Alex Dzerowicz 
University of Akron — B.A. 

Jim Englehart 

Bowling Green State University, John Carroll 

University 



Jeff Hartmann 
Marietta College 



-B.A. 



Robert Heramb 

Indiana State University — B.A., M.S., John 

Carroll University, Cleveland State University 

Frank Hoffert 

Case Western Reserve University — A.B.,M.A., 
Institute of Rome of the Society of Dante 
Alighieri, Williams College, Cleveland State 
University, John Carroll University 

Mary Jagger 

Ursuline College, John Carroll University, 

University of Beirut, Cleveland State University 

James Kelly 

Xavier University — B.S., Ohio State Univer- 
sity — M.Ed. John Carroll University 

Earl McNeilly 

Kent State University — B.S.,M.Ed., Case 

Western Reserve University — M. A., Ph.D. 

Ronald Powaski 

John Carroll Univeristy — B.S.,M.A., Case 

Western Reserve University — Ph.D. 

Michael Raicevich 

Wilmington College, Ohio State University — 

B.S. In Ed., M. in Ed. 

David Schonauer 
Ohio University — B.S. 



Wayne Smith 

Muskingum College — B.A., 
versify, Boston College, 
University 



John Carroll Uni- 
Cleveland State 



Leonard Welsenberg 

University of Missouri — B.A., John Carroll 
University — M.A., Case Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, American University, Arizona State 
Univeristy 



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students are able to study government, 
sociology, psychology, history, economics and 
humanities to enable them to better understand 
the modern world. Students are able to function 
as informed citizens through their classes in 
the Social Studies Department. A wide variety 
of phase courses are available to the student 
so that he can study the areas of social studies 
which most interests him. 



(L TO R): Leonard Weisenberg, Alex Dzerowicz, Jeff Hartman. 
Frank Hoffert, Natfianiel Dickinson, Roger Brown, Earl McNeilly, 
Jim Englehart, Robert Heramb, Dave Scfionauer, Ronald Powaski, 
Forrest Diehl, Jim Kelley. 




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students are able to select those courses that 
they want of the offered courses in Physical 
Education. Seniors now have the option of 
choosing co-ed gym classes. The Physical 
Education Department has a diverse program 
including physical education and mental health. 



Marcia Brown 
Ashland College 



-B.S. 



Patricia Buck 

Otterbein College — B.A., Bowling Green, Uni- 
versity of Oslo (Norway), Case Western Re- 
serve University — M.A. 

Arlene Carter 

Bowling Green State University, Trinity Uni- 
versity, Case Western Reserve University, 
Miami University — B.S.,M.A. 

Audree Fox 

Bowling Green, John Carroll University 

Veronica Stadler 

Ohio State University — B.S.Ed. 

Robert Addis 

Kent State University — B.S., M.S. 

Harold "Doc" Daugherty 

Ohio State University — B.A., M.S. 

Donald Mohr 

Baldwin Wallace College — B.A. Case Western 

Reserve University — M.A. Bowling Green State 

University 

Robert R. Ramlow 

Bowling Green State University — B.S., M.S. 

Akron University, Cleveland State University 

Victor Resch 

Miami State University — B.S. 



Joseph Rodriguez 
Ohio University 
University 



— B.S., Cleveland State 



1. Girls' Phys. Ed. teachers — Veronica Stadler, 
Audrey Fox, Marcia Brown, Patricia Buck, 
Arlene Carter. 

2. "My crystal ball says that I better hurry." 

3. "Then I told the guy to get lost or . . ." 

4. "Mike, you have to be very careful with 
girls — look what happened to me!" 

5. Boys' Phys. Ed. teachers — Bob Ramlow, Vic 
Resch, Doc Daugherty, Don Mohr, Bob Addis. 
SEATED: Joe Rodriguez. 




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Art and music affect everyone's life. 
Students who talte art in a formal, 
structured course get to develop new 
ways to express their feelings and 
ideas and consequently, come to 
share these talents with the entire 
student body through exhibits, fres- 
coes, and demonstrations. Those stu- 
dents who play in the band or orches- 
tra and sing in the choruses perfect 
their talents and participate in school 
musicals and community concerts. 
Thus, music and art communicate 
special and different meanings to each 
individual. 





Theresa Ahern 
Cleveland State 
B.A. 



University — 



Richard Patton 

University of Tennessee, Kent 

State University 

Fred Vollman 

Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity — B.S. in Ed. Cleveland In- 
stitute of Art, Kent State 
University 

Diane Wiersba 

School of Art Institute of Chlca- 

go^B.A.E. Indiana University — 

M.A.T. 



Robert Hutson 
Ohio State — B.S., 
Western Reserve 



M.A. Case 



Arthur Sydow 

Baldwin Wallace — B.S.M. Uni- 
versity of Michigan — M.M. Kent 
State University 

Saw W. Taylor 

High Point College — B.S. North- 
western University — M.M. 



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The application step of education is its 
most important aspect. After learning 
the ideas and methods, the student can 
apply them through the Occupational 
Education Department of Euclid High. 
Students are placed in real life work 
stiuation, where knowledge and skills are 
sharpened. 



William Attamante 

University of Cincinnati, Ohio University — 
B.S.Ed. Azusa Pacific, Garfield Senior Col- 
lege, Notre Dame College, Cleveland State 
University. 

Frank F. Fowler 

Ohio State University — B.S.Agric, B.S.Ed. 

Bowling Green University, Ohio University. 

Joyce Haffer 

Kent State University — B.S.Ed. (Elementary and 
Special Ed.), working towards Master's in 
learning disabilities. 

1. Occupational Ed. teachers — Frank Fowler, 
Joyce Haffer, Bill Attamante. 

2. Mr. Fowler patiently re-explains the lesson. 




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The Foreign Language Department 
offers three languages to its students: 
German, Spanish, and French. Besides 
mastering the grammar and vocabu- 
lary of a language, students are 
exposed to the cultural aspects of 
the native countries. Literature, film- 
strips, movies, and tapes prepare 
students for future use, especially 
in travel abroad. Special trips are 
planned to countries in Europe. The 
well-equipped language laboratory of- 
fers opportunity for the practice of 
listening and speaking, and it ranks 
among the best in the area. This is 
also true of the Foreign Language 
Department. 



Donna L. Baumeister 

Miami University — A.B., Univ. of Colorado, Ohio 

State University — M.A., University of Munich, 

Western Reserve University, Baldwin — Wallace 

College, Goethe Institute (Fulbright Program), 

NDEA Foreign Language Institute of Princeton 

University. 

Michael K. Burns 

Items Monterrey (Mex.), Captial University — 
B.A.Ed. Ohio State University — M.A., Cleveland 
State Univ. 



M.K. Zimmerman-Schultz 
Moravian College for Women — B.A., 
Univ. — M.A. 



Columbia 



Judith Simonich 
Grove City College 
Univ. — M.A. 



-B.A., Case Western Reserve 



Jeanne Sliter 

St. Mary's College (Indiana), Univ. 

Dame. 



of Notre 



3 Michael Burns (Span.), Donna Baumeister 
(Ger.), Jeanne Sliter (Ger.), Judith Simonich 
(Span.). 

4. "How do you say 'boring' in . . . ?" 

5. M.K. Zimmerman-Schultz 



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The secretaries, librarians, anc 
cafeteria workers combined to help 
keep the Euclid Senior High School 
operating efficiently. The secretar 
ies helped the deans and counselon 
by typing, answering phones, anc 
keeping the files in order. The 11 
brians kept the library open fronr 
7:45 to 4:00 daily, supplied every 
one with reference books and ma 
terials, and kept the media centei 
open during school hours. The 
cafeteria workers served a wide 
variety of delicious foods ranging 
from tacos to yogurt. All of these 
people kept things running smooth* 
ly for the students. 

1. Cafeteria Workers — BOTTOM ROW: M. 
Brooks, C. McDonough, S. Taylor, R. Haines, 
A. Tahon, M. Kopach, L. Brow, E. Zimmer- 
man. 2nd ROW: J. Skolaris, M. Markovich, 
R. Chabrand, M. TanskI, P. Turk, F. Tavenier, 
S. Drobnick, C. Coulter. 3rd ROW: L. Glavac, 
0. Wirsing, B. Apanaswicz, W. Modic, M. 
Somrak, E. Doblekar, 0. Kuzmic, H. Chud- 
zik, M. Kolesar, M. Urgeleit, A. Schepke, IJ 
Meyer, C. Gervasi. 

2. June Edwardsen 

3. Polly McRedmond 

4. Rosemarie Tonn 

5. Mrs. J. Paul 

6. Office Secretaries — (SEATED) Gail Lickert, 
Marie O'Neill, Mrs. Stern. (STANDING) 
Elizabeth Luikart, Jane Boyer, Louisa Bes- 
sire, Anna Herrick, Dorothy Stross, Lucille 
Terlep. 

7. "This book was due seven years ago!" 

8. Librarians — (SEATED) Margaret Burns, 
Margaret Lucas, (STANDING) Susan Over- 
berger, Janet Butler, Merry Dolter, Diane 
Reider. 



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Edith Mueller was born in Chi- 
cago on April 6, 1908. She worked ) 
in the Euclid Senior High School 
library nearly twenty years as a I 
library assistant, and was in charge i 
of circulation and fines. She en- 
joyed bridge and decoupage and : 
was active in the Church of thei 
Epiphany. Edith left two daughters! 
and four grandchildren. 



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139 



Have you ever wondered exactly who it is that takes 
care of Euclid's media equipment or who administers 
first aid to such things as blisters caused by new shoes 
or who cashes all the checks made out to "Euclid 
Sr. High"? And who is it that "polices" the halls, 
Johns, cafeterias, and most study halls? The seven 
people pictured on this page — that's who! Kurt Ban- 
ford, besides keeping classrooms supplied with pro- 
jectors, tape recorders, record players and other 
audio visual aids, also directs the AV boys and takes 
care of all the video-taping at EHS. Grace Civic and 
Regina Fellman nurse everything from broken nails 
to broken bones and conduct the physical examination 
programs. Treasurer, Mrs. Barry manages the book- 
keeping system and sells bus tickets. All club treas- 
uries are filed with her office. In addition, there are 
the four paraprofessionals who perform varied duties 
such as keeping the halls, cafeteria, and E-room in 
order. This is a big job for just four persons, but with 
the help and cooperation of most of Euclid's student 
body and staff, they get the job done. Though they 
do not teach classes, these seven people are instru- 
mental to the educational system. 

1. Media technician Kurt Banford 

2. Nurses Grace Civic and Regina Fellman 

3. Treasurer Mrs. Barry 
Paraprofessionals: 

4. Jeanette Katz 

5. Louis Recher 

6. Ethel Barbish 

7. Thelma Imm 








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JUNIORS 



The class of '78 had been through a 
confusing year. They could no longer use 
the excuse, "We're still sophomores," to 
cover up mistakes, yet they also did not 
yet belong to the elite, looked-up-to society 
known as seniors. They were a little braver 
during the Battlecry, but still saved "that 
little extra" for senior year. By now most 
have adjusted to the Sr. High and with 
excitement of Christmas decorating, class 
rings, spaghetti dinner, and junior prom 
already gone; they finally have senior year 
to look forward to. On the last day of 
school, as juniors have their rings turned 
by departing seniors, they become official 
"seniors." Good luck — may your senior 
year be as great as '771 





"The answer to number three is 





"We're the girl's chemistry Glee Club!' 




How do you like my new haircut?" 



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Blau, Jerry 
Blazun, Judy 
Bleistein, Dave 
Boehm, Rick 
Bohn, Don 



Bohn, Judy 
Bokar, Joanne 
Bolsar, Kathy 
Bork, Ron 



Borzj, Lynn 
Boschi, Armand 
Bour, Sieve 
Bowins, Tom 
Bowman, Doreen 



Boyes, Brian 
Bradac, Debbie 
Braddock, 

Kathleen 
Bradlee, Lorin 



147 




Bradshiw, tin 


Brecy, Mark 


Breskvar, Lori 


Brod, Barb 


Buanno, Alan 


Bums, Kathy 


Byrne, Mark 


Candela, Mike 


Cartula, Joe 


Brady, Janet 


Brehm, Ron 


Breznikar, 


Bronkall, Ken 


Buck, Dave 


Burrington, Rose 


Calabrace, 


Capadona, 


Casciato, Diane 


Brady, Becky 


Breining, Berry 


Margaret 


Brown, David 


Bukvic, Joe 


Burrows, Rick 


Sandy 


Cheryl 


Cavel, Steve 


Brandich, 


Brennan, Patti 


Brink, Alease 


Bruening, Mark 


Burke, Nora 


Burton, Sue 


Calabrese, Steve 


Capretta, Tina 


Cayne, Robert 


Noreen 


Brennan, Terry 


Brocliak, 
Darlene 


BruneHe, Mark 




Bu2a, Wayne 


CaKs, Eleanor 


Carrish, Dave 
Sarson, Debbie 





148 



Cika, Jeff 


Clemens, 


Cooke, Karen 


Ciotti, Frank 


Richard 


Coons, Marcia 


Cirino, Gary 


Cnnes, Bob 


Corbet), Michael 


Clarke, Jeff 


Collins, Karen 


Corrigan, Kenny 


Clarke, Katliy 


Cooke, Chris 


Cowan, Rob 




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Cefaratti, Bruce 


Chapman, Mhe 


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Cenia, Tony 


Chrestoff, Chris 


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Centa, Mark 


Christopher, 


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Chambers, Jim 


Tony 




Chambers, Bill 


Chubb, Tom 



149 




Coyne, Monique Crouch, Debbie Darasko, Dan 

Crai(, Betty Cvelbar, Mary Dau^erly, Jim 

Crai(, Janet Dalos, Nora Debevc, Frank 

Crawford, Wilbur D'Amico, Mary DeGeronimo, 

Criado, Annette Darash, Wayne Jotm 

DeGeronimo, 
Paul 



150 



Dubecky, Vicki 




Donna 




Dudek, Gail 


Durelko, Daryl 


Erjavec, Tim 


Evans, Lorraine 


Dudley, Patti 


Ede, Rich 


Essery, Dan 


Evans, Bob 


DuHy, Kim 


Ehrke, Don 


Eslok, John 


Evans. Scott 




Diaddario, Jan 


Dixon, Denny 


Dole, Clris 


Dotson, Sandy 


Didomenico, 


Dobler, Frank 


Dolter, Beth 


Downer, Jack 


Mke 


Dobnikar, David 


Donley, Mke 


Downing, Debi 


Dietrich, Patti 


Dodds, Jerry 


Dolson, Cyndi 


Draxler, Maria 


Dimitrov, 








Eufene 









151 



Everson, Cheryl 
Eyman, Margaret 
Fabec, Mike 
Fabec, Ronold 



Fabianich, 

Helen 
Fabig, Dave 
Fagan, Chuck 
Farinacci, Bob 
Farkas, Rick 



Fawcett, Cindy 
Federici, Beda 
Festini, Maria 
Fifueira, Brent 



Filby, Edwin 
Filsinger, Nancy 
Finneley, 

Roberta 
Fisher, Craig 
Fitzsinvnons, 

Bob 



Fondran, lay 
Formica, Chris 
Foster, Debbie 
Frank, Cheryl 



Franko, Edward 
Frantz, Michelle 
Frattin, Sandy 
Freedman, Marc 
French, Donna 



Friedel, Lisa 
Friend, Robin 
Fuerst, Dominic 
Gadmack, Gkvia 












152 




Garapic, Lynn 


Gaydos, Nancy 


Giegerich, Glen 


Gh)van, Bonnie 


Gonas, Pam 


Gargiulo, Bill 


Gaylor, Rick 


Giunta, Sam 


Glovan, John 


Gorn, Cathy 


Garrett, Judy 


Geske, Judy 


Glaser, Mike 


Golden, Noreen 


Gower, Bret 


Gasser, Curt 


Gibbs, Laura 


Glick, Maureen 


Goldstein, Alan 


Grabitz, John 


Gawor, Deborali 




Glinski, Lee Ann 




Grabinski, Ron 



153 




Groudle, till Hale, Lawrence Hanson, Eric Hartman, Denise Hastings, Sandie 

Grubar, Mike Haney, Debbie Harps, Lori Harwood, Darlene Hauser, Jeff 

Grzsiit, Steve Haney, Rita Harrison, Tom Hassel, Cindy Haverlocli, Todd 

Guzzo, Mario Hartegan, Kevin Hayes, Joe 



(jQhoOfS* 





Henftng, Edward Henry, Dave 

Herbst, Carolyn Hershman, Bob 

Kitner, Christa Himmelman, Mark 

HIabse, Lora Hodakievic, Doug 

Hogan, Phil Holand, Bob 

Holmes, Mary Hokidniak, Carol 

Hongosh, Tom Horabik, Phil 

Horn, Rick Homsby, Michelle 

Hosa, Janet Houser, Brian 





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Jambor, Rich iankowski, Mary Jejcic. Robert Johns, Paul 

lamnik, Michelle Jarmuskiewicz, Joe lelenic, Chris Johnson, BUI 

Janes, Donna laskiewicz, Eugene Jerome, Ruth Johnson, Gary 

Jankovich, Terry iesberger, John 



Johnson, Mark Johnston, Donna Jones, Doug 

Johnson, Norman Jokela, Robin Journey, Chris 



Jurisevic, Walter Kane, Sharon 
Jurkovic, Lydia Kaneen, Chris 




155 



Krenisky, Bob 
Krofina, Stefanie 
Krome, Robert 
Kruger, Laura 
Krysiak, Carl 
Kucharski, Frank 
Kuhar, Jackie 
Kuharich, Silvan 



Kuhen, Mary 
Kuklica, Teresa 
Kuklica, Tina 
Kuzik, Brad 
Lane, Bridget 
Lane, Eric 
Lanese, Roberto 
Lantz, Cheryl 




Kapec, Charlie Katz, Lori 

Kardos, Paula Kehn, Ernie 

Karlan, Karen Keller, Karen 

Kastelic, Pat Kellers, Stan 

Kato, Victor Kent, Krystal 



Kirby, Sandy Klepacki, toanne KoNer, Evelyn 

Kerrett, Michelle Kirchner, Cliff Knaus, Karen Kokal, John 

Kessler, Laura Kirchner, Denis Knight, Fred Konchan, Mary 

Keszenheimer, Jim Klemencic, Dan Koeth, Nina Kosir, Tom 

KImura, Eric Klepac, Suzanne Kohagen, Sandy Kotlar, Joseph 



156 



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Lynch, Kevin Madison, Donna Maire, Frank 

Lynn, Mike Madorsky, Beth Makse, Brian 

Mack, )oe Magruder, John Malloy, Michael 

Mack, BID Mains, Thane Maneosh. Dave 




For me to know— for you to find out. 



Scott Manion, the happy homemaker 



157 




Mannion, Mark 
Mansperger, John 
Mantz, Mark 
Mantz, Rosie 
Manzo, Beverly 
Marino, Joanne 
Markham, Janice 
Markulin, Laura 
Marosan, Joe 



158 



Martin, Kathy 
Martin, Sandi 
Martin, Steve 
Massaro, John 
Maxey, Ron 
Maiwell, Scott 
Mayock, Eileen 
Mazzaro, George 
McCkiskey, John 



McDonough, Mark 
McLaren, Margie 
McLaughlin, Linda 
McMullen, Jim 
McNamara, Terry 
McVey, Fred 
Meaney, Shireen 
Meister, Debbie 
Melfi, Teresa 



Mertik, Joe 
Meyer, Lisa 
Micale, Diane 
Michael, Jo Ann 
Mihelich, Dave 
MiheKch, Kathy 
Mikovich, Mary Ann 
Miller, Barry 
Miller, Karen 



Mcrvaji, Bob 
Mulvlnas, Rich 
Murphy, Peggy 
Nacinovich, Diane 
Nagle, Steve 
Nass, Richard 
Neal, Sheila 
Neft, Victoria 
Neide, Gary 



Neide, Greg 
Nelson, Tom 
Nemecek, Nancy 
Neumann, Janice 
Kccum, Laurel 
Ncholls, Brian 
Nickels, Janet 
Niedermeyer, Paul 
Niemczura, Ron 



Norton, Michael 
Novak, Dan 
NozSng, Robert 
Nykiel, Steven 
Oberaitis, Angle 
Offerle, John 
Ogden, Laura 
Oh, Ml Sun 
Olgiate, Mary 




sson, Amy 


Otcasek, 


Owens, Kim 


Parsch, Penelope 


Payne, Bob 


Petkovsek, Laura 


Phillips, Sue 


Powell, Ken 


Pultorak, Laurie 


lions, Dale 


Christopher 


Oyaski, Sharon 


Parziale, Eva 


Pedersen, Steven 


Petchak, Debbie 


Pierdon, Belle 


Pozelnik, Jan 


Putzbach, Dean 


tman, Diana 


Otcasek, Jennifer 


Palumbo, Tom 


Patterson, Chris 


Pemberton, Lisa 


Petraska. Bea 


PIkula, John 


Pratt, Dave 


Pyle, Pat 


ton, Sally 


Overberger, Ed 


Paolucci, Patricia 


Pavlovic, Helen 


Penicka, Eric 


Petrich, Debbie 


Planisek, John 


Praznovsky, David 


Raggets, Karen 


wen, Richard 


Owen, Jim 


Paonsha, Toni 


Pawski, Herb 


Penko, Chuck 


Patrick, Gloria 


Podriznik, Jim 


Preston, Karen 


Raicevlch, Joe 




Ostberg, Dan 






Penko, Bob 


Petsanis, Lisa 


Poklar, Dave 


Prileson, Sharon 


Ramona, Brian 










Perko, Tony 


Petti, Candi 


Polkjck, Lorl 


Pritchard, Cindy 


Randolph, Corrine 










Perme, Philip 


Phillippe, George 


Poulos, Carolyn 


Pryatel, Nancy 


Rapkin, Chuck 










Perpar, Joseph 


Phillips, Liana 


Powell, Chris 


PuUin, Blaine 


Rask, Tim 



159 




Rebeck, Diane Harth, Dave 



Rowan, DeSales Salvatore, Ronald Schall, Janice 



Redman. Patti Roeder, Jim Russel, Lori 

Reid, Sandy Rolik, Al Ryder, Ron 

Remnick, Steve Rossman, James Sabol, Gina 

Richards, John Rotondo, Tom Sadowski, Deb! 

Roberts, Nancy Roundtree, Wendell Saletrik, Gary 



Sample, Lynn 
Samuel, Susan 
Santorelli, 
Constance 



Scheer, Julie 
Scherbarth, Laura 
Scherbarth, Marc 
Schervish, Joe 



Sapatka, Sharon Schimpf, Ian 
Sawyer, Beth 



The tree of knowledge flourishes at Euclid ffigh. 





Schmidt, Carolyn Schneider, Roy ScMeimer, Karen Schulik, Celia 
Schultz, Karen Schultz, Diane Schulte, Betsy Schwenner, Donna 





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cott, Donna 


Shanks, Debbie 


Sieferd, Harold 


Simpson, Greg 


Smith, Deanna 


Soeder, Al 


Springborn, Sandra 


Stearns, Tom 


Stragisher, Julie 


eale, Tim 


Shantery, Chris 


Siefkes, Carol 


Singer, Louis 


Smith, Gary 


Soeder, Vic 


Stalker, Sally 


Stephens, Elizabeth 


Strah, Nick 


elwyn, Amy 


Sherman, Tim 


Sierko, Ray 


Skur, Bernie 


Smith, Tom 


Somrak, Linda 


Stanic, Scott 


Stephens, Greg 


Strnad, Dennis 


etnik, Philip 


Shipley, Jay 


Siford, Anna 


Slabe, Ron 


Smrdel, Terri 


Speece, Bryan 


Stanicki, Jim 


Stephens, Kathy 


Stroberg, Donna 


everino, Jeanne 


Shunk, Adam 


Simkins, Pamela 


Smiddy, Dewayne 


Snyder, JoAnn 


Sper. Louise 


Staskunas, Ray 


Stevko, Karen 


Strunk, Kim 


exton, Dave 


Sidak, Sally 


Simko, Tom 


Smith, Curtis 


Snyder, Kim 


Speroff, Scott 


Staso, Chris 


Stipkovich, Mark 


Stuber, Dave 




jscheck, Gail Swaney, Sharon Swift, Beth Ann Szoiek, Julie Tanner, Steven Taylor, Dean 

walius, Daniel Swart, Cindi Swoboda, Pat Tamburro, Debbie Tavernelli, Paul Taylor, Wendy 



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Tepley, John 


Thomas, Mike 


Topping, IWke 


Turner, Dave 


Ussai, John 


Van Sice, Mark 


Veres, Greg 


Warman, Rick 


Williams, Kenneth 


Tercek, Luke 


Thomas, Bob 


Tortorici, Dorie 


Ucic, Bill 


Vaiginis, Genute 


Varwig, Lawrence 


Vidal, Cindy 


Washbon, David 


Williams, Lisa 


Terrill, Karen 


Thompson, Beth 


Trela, Mark 


Uhas, Gary 


Vallee, Sandra 


Vaughan, Ken 


Visage, Patricia 


Wasickanin, Carl 


Wason, Mike 


Terrill, Veronica 


Thompson, Joan 


Troha, Monica 


Unetlch, Chris 


Van Beneden, Tina 


VeedmonI, William 


Vitantonio, Tom 


Weakland, Vicki 


Wilson, Patti 


Terzano, Mary 


Thur, Mike 


Trotta, Diane 


Urbancic, Alan 


Vandeverr, Daniel 


Ventura, Denise 


Voss, Julie 


Weems, Myron 


Wilson, Scott 


Theidemann, 


Tolley, Jim 


Trunkely, Royene 


Vernon, Jay 






Wagner, Curtis 


Weiss, Douglas 


Wolowiecki, Denis 


Guenther 


Tolley, Rick 


Truskoiaski, 


Vickerman, Brian 






Wanchisn, Greg 


Whaling, Chris 


Woodruff, Dawn 


Thomas, 




Marlene 










Wilkinson, Ed 


Workman, Kim 


Mary Ann 




Tuchewicz, Tim 
Turk, Lisa 










Williams, Debbie 


Wright, Jim 



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iitchiett, Lynne 


Yagjie, Cindy 


Yount, Judy 


Zaiar, Tony 


iitchiett, Thomas 


Yanacek, Tom 


Yuras, John 


Zaiar, Mitchel 


zak, Kelly 


Ycckley, Dave 


Yurchek, Helen 


Zappia, Ken 



Zawojek, Terry Zellnsky, Mary Zcrby, Dennis Zurkis, John Zuponcic, Steve 

Zetkulich, Jeff Zupancic, Allen Zurilla, Mike 

Znidarsic, Pam Zupanovic, Young. Janet 

Goranka 




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SOPHOMORES 

The faces of the Sophomores were seen daily in the halls 
of Euclid High School. They represented the new spirit 
of our school. The Sophomore enthusiasm made the 
school a more cheerful place. They entered the building 
in September of 1976 and have, by now, mastered the 
feat of rushing from class to class. To them the school 
was a melting pot where junior high rivalries were over- 
come and life long friends made. The uncertainty of their 
futures offers them a challenge that builds and molds them 
into a ready group of adventurers, prepared to undertake 
the trials and tribulations of modern society. Good luck 
to the sophomores in their future here at Euclid and 
beyond. 




Mr. Hall, 1 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Terri Baitt, Neal Neitzel, 
Debra Thomas, Gary Rail, Kathy Stamberger, ROW 2: Mike Burrington, 
Patricia Gibson, Kelli Langdon, Joe Bacchi, Monica Mews, Wayne Cal- 
lis, Charles Simpson, Patrick Parker, Diane Horton, ROW 3: Kurt Pluta, 
John Brady, Dan Lytle, Tom Deemer, Mike Sansbury, Tom Fulton, Bill 
Holmes, Larry Kern. NOT PICTURED: Mike Cutwright, Meg D'Anna and 
John Kent. 





Mr. Mularo. 1 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Chuck Golden, Chris Mul- 
lins, Annette Campbell, Chris Perryman, Nancy Gondeau, Mary Znidar- 
sic, Linda Plerolo, Pam Urquhart. ROW 2: Tim Lonehar, Mitch Stefanac, 
Rick Snyder, Lisa Siburt, Noreen Walters, Jill Fette, Bonnie Markiewicz. 
ROW 3: Anorea Gerl, Linda Munnings, Kathy Rose, Donna Borthwick, 
Elise Delambo, Joanne Nachtigal, Ginny Frederking, Susan Jarmusz- 
kiewicz. ROW 4: Greg Amoroso, Dave Bieiek, Mike Bruening, Tom Brown, 
Andy Rossman, Len Edelman, Kevin Halberg. 




"We LOVE study halls!!!!!" 



Miss Spiga, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW, {L TO R): Laura Dalton, Bill Lyie, 
Rich Pappas, Chris Roper. ROW 2: Don Koller, Monica Cefaratti, Joe 
Connelly. ROW 3: Barb Aquiland, Linda Waters, Paul McFadden, Greg 
Chiudioni, Bob Holloway, Roger Snyder, Cathy Suschak, Linda Misch, 
Sharon Shamleffer, Jeannette Geddes, Tony Wisniewski. NOT PICTURED: 
Tom Tutolo, Todd Caldwell. 

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Miss Leilis, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Mark Tiborsky, Mike Hone, Candy Kavon, 
Elaine Ayers, Mike Kulbickas, Jeff Lu. ROW 2: George Wright, Dave Thomas, Mary 
Zaietel, Doris Wendel, Claudia McChaney, Sue Bibler, Jackie Mason, Cathy Santa, 
Donna Miller. ROW 3: Dale Shamleffer, Jan Stanek, Jim Millar, Vincent Melfi, Craig 
Berkey, Bill Nelson, AInis Cers. 



Mr. Aultz, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW. (LTO R): Kathy Timmins, Nanette 
DiTomaso, Bob Petche, Mary Thompson, Kelly Sheehan, Jeannette 
Sparks, ROW 2: Don Romoser, Dave Ramona, John Matuszak, Rol- 
land Standish, Christine Tice, ROW 3 Delores Paparizos, Bob Blev- 
ins, Dave Weiss, Ray Dillon, Dave Pysell, Kathy Lemmon, Karen Gara- 
pic, Gary Mason, Jan Udovich, Debra Lewin. NOT PICTURED George 
Demyanchik. 



Mr. Hall, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Patty Manion, Angela 
Belcastro, John Botirius, Mark Malanly, ROW 2: Patty West, Betty 
Faragov. ROW 3: Sue Piscopa, Jackie Scott, Jan Gilbert. ROW 4: 
Lincoln Davidson, John Gilroy, Darren McGill. ROW 5: Mark Tam- 
illo. John Budnar, Dave Seidel, Bonnie Ebersbacher, Lee Panter, 
-Mary Rezonja, ROW 6: Ed Shaner, Jeff Fiffik, Tim Kirker, Bob Britz, 
NOT PICTURED: Frank Kovac, Greg Nauth, Kim Sekulich, and 
Goldie Suttle. 



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Mr. Hall, 4 Period: BOTTOM ROW. (L TO R): James Warder, Patty Nemec, 
Bob EIze, Veronica Erp. ROW 2 Sue Sudar, Marge Zurc, Jenny Wylie, 
Lisa Schieman, Cathy Perryman, Ray Naro. ROW 3: Mary Beth Zuponcic, 
Tina Schembre, Karen Waiters, Vickie Chapman, Nancy Bregltzer, Jenny 
Boros, Dale Frey. NOT PICTURED: Terry Isaac. 





Mrs. Cerny, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW. (L TO R) Bill Bildstein, Bernle 
DiSanto, Jim Rapinz. ROW 2 Mark Warman, Regina Jones, Nick Massiello, 
Lora Hayman, Andy Ogrinc. ROW 3 Jason Bailey, Dennis Sedlak, Mary 
Schneider, Katie Kirchner. ROW 4 Dave Carbone. NOT PICTURED; 
Dawn Mulholland, Jeff Szoiek, Nancy Taulien, Mary Yount. 



Mr. Hall, 5 Period: BOTTOM ROW. (L TO R) Ellen Kast, Kay Isbestor, 
Connie Walsh, Sharon Bolsar, Joan Potocnik, Sue Voss, Jeff Santon. ROW 
2 Marie Ciomek, Karen Crilley, Jo Dorado, Liz Conway, Pam Roeder. 
Sharon Solnosky, Cindy Rojeck, Colleen Kernz, Karen Rossi, ROW 3 
Tina Danzinger, Gary Struna. Sandy Burris. Joe Aveni, Louis Caresani, 
Don King, Sandy Kovacs, Nancy Umek. NOT PICTURED Patrick Young, 
Joy Polly, Kevin Kaifesh. 






Mr. Smith, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Teresa Kaneen, Kelley Smith, Franit Insana. 
ROW 2: Koren Hamula, Donna Pinto, Diane Kowalczyk, Toni Kotar, ROW 3: Bill Werstak, Doug 
Sisson, Scott Chilia, Tom O'Brien, John Caito. ROW 4: Bob Lyon, Frank Hudak, Chris Ferrell, 
Eric Bessleman, Mark Limbert, Walter Marvin, Scott Robinson, Jack Shelden, Steve Szabo, 
Caria Molesky, Bob Suchevitts. NOT PICTURED: Rob Brinkley, Glenn Schwartz. 




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Mrs. Gale, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Tony Corbran, Mike 
Krnc, Kathy Albanese, Gloria Becay, Viola Pietrantozzi, Tina Luda, 
Phyllis Miller. ROW 2: Charles Ussai, Steven Cetinsky, Greg Hanson, 
Karen Rymarczyk, Mary Kasovich, Charles Myers, Diane Penko, 
Deborah Selvaggio, Janet Pridemore. ROW 3; Jeff Sekulich, Tom 
Balazs, Greg Fresenko, Dan Justice, Jim Hufnagle, Tom Parr, Bob 
Rowland. NOT PICTU RED: Bill Bluhm, Lewis Clemens, Keith Kester, 
Greg Schneider. 




Miss Sliter, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Nancy Penko, Diane 
Murphy, Karen Archacki, Nancy Samuel, Ruth Ann Burger, ROW 2 
Susan Cowling, Pam Adkins, Jill Delaney, Frank Clabough, Bret 
Walther. ROW 3 Frank Ulizzi, Jim Gaydosh, Mark Gordon, Mark 
Bordonaro, Greg Lynn. NOT PICTURED; Kim Boka, Richard Cell, 
Mannie Scanlan. 



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Mr Aultz, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L-R): Jim Choromanski, 
John Brentar, John Kalka. ROW 2: Ann Zak, Carrie Shuster, 
Leslie Otcasek, Mary Kay Joyce, Sue DiMare. ROW 3 Jill Harich, 
Lori Zdunczyk, Rina Bevacqua, Kathleen Foreman, ROW 4: Carol 
McCarty, Rob Frank, Kathryn LaBarbera, Jeff Mavsar, Tom 
Waschura, Tom Katcher. NOT PICTURED: Dave Thompson, 
Christopher Mix. 



Miss Harris, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Eugene Mulraney, Richard 
Ventresca, Mike Phillips. ROW 2: Georgann Phillips, Tracey Coe, Renee 
Fanara, Debbie Francis. NOT PICTURED: Tonnie Bronkall, Diane Turner, 
David Wolf, David Gable. 




Mr. Jordan, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, (L TO R): Bev Austin, Karen Brentar, Kathy Kunath, 
Tracey Bonfield, Kathy Rymarczyk, Maureen Dickard. ROW 2: Tim Yerman, Chris Bednar, 
Tony Gulnta, Tom Schauer. Scott Harmon. Joann Motuza. Diane Graziano, Kerry Walsh. 
ROW 3: Mike Juratovic, Bart Cerer, Dave Treichel, Phil Campensa, Diane Heiss, Mike 
Zanghi, Cathy Phillips, Lori Sceranka, Diane Reed. ROW 4: James Cagney, Marilyn Monroe, 
Clark Gable. 



The 1977 Playboy calenders just came out! 



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Soy, those are weird shoes! 



Mrs. Gale, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Roberta Winters, Andy Stanisa, 
Ted Radisek, IVIary Korosec, Mark Sachs, Richard Ciotti, Jackie Caresani. ROW 
2: Noreen Raggets, Marlene Witchner, Mike Langdon, Deborah Paul, Andrea 
McLeod, Patricia Lauria, JoAnne McCaskie, Jim Kinney, Richard Broos. 
ROW 3: Dorothy Shafer, Dan Summerfield, George Newcomb, Larry Plavcan, 
Frank Zigman, Joe Hrusonsky, Scott Springer, Joe Faraone, Debbie Beasley. 
NOT PICTURED: Jim Murray. 




Mrs. Gale, 7 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R) Jim Wilson, Rebecca 
Tancredi, Meg Humensky, Mary Jo Briggs, Janine Kato, Heidi Cerbin, 
Donna Firman. ROW 2: Robert Summers, Peggy Payne, Janet Snyder, 
Ivana Rozman, Stefanie Potichny, Elaine Lilley, Sally Federico, Jeanne 
Dommer. ROW 3: Roberta Wright, Melody Musick, Deborah Miller, 
William Hanlon, Dave Eros, Roy Mast, Rick Galaska. NOT PICTURED: 
Tom Cavan, Kesty Gudenas, Andrea Buanno, Chris Neiman, Rick Spelic. 



Mrs. McGill, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): James 
Stack, Earl Yeager, Dan Kever, Laura Templar. ROW 2: 
Brian Klun, Richard Bliss, Robert Corrigan, David Sadler, 
Rich Maranville, Mark Seidel, Johm Laseak, Sandy Dotson. 
NOT PICTURED: Thomas Harrison, John Steyer. 



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"Uh, we're here to buy a yearbook, I think?!" 



Ms. Cerny, 4 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R; Mary Ellen Erne, Sharrie Petrlch, Mary Ellen 
Cooke, Teri Stouffer, Patty Roeder, Darlene Cafarelli, Michelle Kimack. ROW 2: Patti 
Burris, Marilyn Wata, Sandy Rash, Missy Bifro, Dinah Grdina, Carol Haines, Jackie 
Mihelic, Carol Keller, Tina Clark. ROW 3: Sandy Eroskey, Jim Bour, Larry Downing, 
Bob Ivancic, Matt D'Amico, Tim KIsthardt, Greg Swider. 





Ms. Haffer, 3 period, FIRST ROW. L TO R: Greg Bealowski, 
Tom Chanakas. ROW 2 Rita Gullo, Karen Lorber, Cheryl 
Boyd, Jeff Elliot, Jim Rocco. ROW 3: Rita Hershman, 
Mary Deoma. NOT PICTURED: Don Wiegand. 



Mr. Weisenberg, 2 period, FIRST ROW. L TO R: Kesty Gudenis, Andria Buanno, Jim 
Murry. 2nd ROW Dave Edieman, Lou Virant, Bob Zagore, Dave Macarther, Dave 
Gable. 3rd ROW: Tom Sexton, Jeff Zolak, Jerry Drobnick, Keith Kester. 4th ROW: Patty 
Gibson, Dave Thompson, Mary Ellen Cooke, Mimi Erne. LAST ROW Mike Campbell, 
Chris Neimen, Mark Kordic, Tom Cavan, Pam Smith, Tom Deemer, and Hank 
Scanlan. 



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Ms. Harris, 4 period, BOTTOM TO TOP Patty Morris, Valerie Waterwash, Kathy 
Hutton, Michelle Walker, Jean Griesmer, Steve Golinar, Angela Toiga, Jim Pikovnik, 
Beth Hoon, John Zack, Andrea Zupancic, Jeff Trebec, Sam Ventura, Tony Vitolo, 
Carl Meier, Walter Piscik, Tim Tichenor. 




'Follow me!!" 





Ms. Jordan, 1 period, FIRST ROW L TO R Marty Zupancic, Mary Buda, Nancy Gundling, Bev 
Pritchard, Steve Stigamier, Dwayne Stelmach, Steve Madorsky, Dave Pecnik. ROW 2 Jerry 
Drobnik, Linda Gardenhire, Carolyn Davidson, Laura Keyes, Kurt Raicevich, Bruce Hart, 
Tom Brew. ROW 3 Eric Darcy, Devin Wilson, Dan McPadden, Marlene Monsman, Jo Thomas, 
Kim Cole, Dennis Heindel, Todd Reese, Bob Clemence. NOT PICTURED Pam Smith. 




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Ms. Gale 5 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Sharon Arnold, Ed Ehrke, Joe Burrows, F. Eric Jochum, 
Kevin Fazio, Christine Rolik, Karen Pavlovich, Diane Lang. SECOND ROW: Debby Henkuzzens, 
Tracy Martin, Sharon Beidle, Jim Tomsick, Mark Kordic, Alan Vahcic, Bob Zagore, Mike Per- 
rotti. Tammy Henry, Denise Skerl. 





Mr. Hall, 7 period, FRONT ROW, L TO R: Nancy Neurohr, Donna Gorjup, Amy 
Goodfellow, Tami Meany, Denise Buente. ROW 2; Barbara Ivancic, Douglas 
Ayers, Edward Dolinar, Charles Deveney, Tami Taylor, Richard Bozak. NOT 
PICTURED Dan Angelo, Nam-Kuen Oh. 




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Mr. Smith, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Marl< Powers, JOe Doyle, Brian McCluskey. ROW 
2: John Araps, Jan Slejko, Donna Fowie, Denise Bussey, Pat Nulty, Sue Sivillo, Caria San- 
ton, Jim Cek. ROW 3: Ray Funk, Pete Moore, Glenn Debejak, Arlene Hughes, Helen Strle, 
Bart Kozar, Bob Patete, Denise Lastoria. ROW 4: Doug Barnett, John Braldich, Tom Haines, 
Bob Morris, Mark Kascak, Ed Haller, Greg Pecnik 




Mr. Weisenberg, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Chris Mix, Frank Kovac, Jim Pikovnik, Dave 
Wolf. ROW 2: Tom Bowens, Todd Caldwell, Tom Tutolo, Dwayne Stelmach, Steve Basler, 
Devin Wilson. ROW 3: Linda Peirolo, Marty Zupancic. ROW 4: Andy Rossman, Pat Young, 
Julie Petrella, Lisa Rogers, Sherrie Petrich. ROW 5: Joe Klein, George Demyanchik, Mary 
Yount. 



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Miss Harris, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R Ron Payne. ROW 2 Ed Dennick, 
Gary Grano, John Senn, Kevin Carney. ROW 3 Sharon Pinney, Cindy 
Kunis, Therese SItedel, Aimee Caplinger. ROW 4 Bob Dalic, Mark Prines, 
Mike Stevko, Vic Lent. ROW 5 Mary Jazbec, Marhta Hastert, Pam 
Schultz, Bob McCreight. ROW 6 Kevin Byrne, Paul Bene, Jamie Keefe, 
Jim Mullally. ROW 7 Jim Branisel, Peter Santorelli, Jim Zeiko, Laura 
Fahey. NOT PICTURED Jim Beck, Mike O'Neill, Carol Taylor. 





Ms. Jordan, 8 period, FIRST ROW. L TO R Joe Klein, Glen Giegerich, Ron Marosan, Ken 
Schmidt. ROW 2 Lisa Cerjan, Lisa Vendeland, Marjorie Papes, Mary O'Toole, Tom Sexton, 
Michelle Blase, Pattie Spaiek, Laura Sustar. ROW 3 John Powell, Jack Schultz, Al Jelepis, 
Mark Coan, Terry Harrell, Ed Champa, John Williams. NOT PICTURED Noel Brady. 




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"I forgot to wash behind my ears." 



Mr. Smith 8 period: BOTTOM ROW, L TO R, Bob Husa, 
Joanna Buck, Dawn Bussey, Kevin Burd. ROW 2 Steve 
Huntsman. ROW 3: John Chua, Tom Simek, Bob Beres. 
ROW 4: Scott Manlon, Frank Nocera, David McArthur. 
ROW 5: Mark Erdani, Pat Tizzano, Rhonda Roundtree, 
Lori Reid, Becky Ledger. ROW 6 Cheri Strah, Cindy 
Smith, Teresa Kascak, Donna Weindel. ROW 7: Kurt 
Eberwein, Dan Longstreet, Ray Strah. ROW 8: Brian 
McCullough. NOT PICTURED: Linda Lang, Lisa Zupanic, 
Kathy Fleck, Robin Vaughn. 





Miss Leilis 8 period: BOTTOM ROW. L TO R Ruth Ankuda, Jean Walsh, Jacque Conley, 
Laura Draxler, Ed Kamposek. ROW 2: Mary Beth Hungerford, Cheryl Petrick, Don Malone, 
Steve Basler, Cindy Rhyne, Laurie Oberaitis, Lynn Okicki, Tom Rinderle, Bill Gmeiner. 
ROW 3: Hannah Gleisser, Craig Hasegawa, Jim Simeo, Jim Waschura, Paul Klodor, Mike 
Kupfer, Doug DiLalla, Mike Campbell, Jim Reed, Andreas Zittkowski, Dave Coyne. 



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SPLISH- 
SPLASH! 

Assisting swim teachers with in- 
dividual iessons, these guys and gals 
made up the boys' and girls' swim 
leaders. They instructed their class- 
mates on the various aspects of 
swimming, from learning how to do 
the front float to learning intricate 
synchronized swimming techniques. 




BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Rick Home, Terry Brennen, Eugene Jasczkiewicz, Kurt Gasser. 
2nd ROW: Frank CiottI, Doug Jones, Rich Jambor, James Eiermann, Steve Nagle, Bob Ross, 
Mike Svllar, Ken Dorsch, Gary Shay. 




BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Kay Isbestor, Kathy Hunton, Nancy Ayers, Mary Jo Briggs, Kathy Albanese, Julie Voss, Sally 
Orton, Tracy Bonfleld, Ivana Rozman. 2nd ROW: Sandy Eroskey, Carol Haines, Pam Adklns, Vicky Chapman, Kathy 
Burns, Robbie Wright, Maureen Olckard, Nora Burke, Hanna Gleisser, Lisa Schieman. 3rd ROW: Laura Korynoski, Barb 
KIrchner, Mary Schneider, Donna Miller, Lisa SIbert, Sandy Reld, Donna French, Bea Petraska, Rita Haney, Susan Voss, 
Pam Smith, Joanne Motuza. 



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HOT DOGGERS 

On Thursday nights, the Ski Club set out for 
Brandywine slopes, where they enjoyed a couple 
of hours of skiing. Any of the members who 
had never skied before learned very, very 
quickly, and near the end of the skiing season, 
the whole club travelled to the Cockaigne slopes 
in New York to spend one one full day of skiing. 








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1. Linda Lender. 2. Tami Meany. 3. Kathy Bolsar. 4. Lee Ann Glinski. 5. Sheri Mikanovich. 6. Colleen Kernz. 7. Lynn 
Sample. 8. Debbie Meister. 9. Denise Ayers. 10. Karen Miller. U. Gail Suscheck. 12. Kathy Timmins. 13 Rich Gaiaska. 
14. Evelyn Kohler. 15. Carolyn Schmidt. 16. Julie Szolek. 17. Mark Harmon. 18. Jim Bour. 19. Tom Sexton. 20. Lori 
Lauklavich. 21. Veronica Terriil. 22. Ann Zak. 23. Kathy Lemmon. 24. Jim Gaydosh. 25. Jim Waschura. 26 Doug Ayers. 
27. Bryan Speece. 28. Laura Lick. 29. Tom Bowens. 30. Frank Dobier. 31. Mr. Von Benken. 32. Sue Samuel. 33. Nancy 
Samuel. 



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mach, Scott Harmon, Tom Schauer, John Estok, Robbie Wright. SECOND ROW: Tom Katcher, 
Bill Hanlon, Sandy Kovacs, Miiie Kupfer, Steve Zupancic, Jim Simeo. THIRD ROW: Davin 
Wilson, John Kalka, Jim Carbone, Jim Schmidt, Frank Kloder, Frank Ullisi, Robert Blevins 
Dave Turner. 



BOTTOM PICTURE. FRONT ROW: Ted Radisek, Paul McFadden, Jim Gaydosh. SECOND ROW- 
Jim Millar, Bob Zagor, Chris Mix. THIRD ROW; Larry Plavcan, Jim Drobnick. Chuck Sherrill, 
Je« Schuffert, Rob Frank, Bob Debevc, Dave Costanzo, Steve Basler, Craig Hasegawa 
Kurt Racevich, Craig Basler. Tim Russet, Mark Harmon. 




LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Murrlsh, sponsor; Jeanine Rupsic, 
Nancy Voll, Carol Dallos. SECOND ROW: Laura Hood, Patty De Marco, 
Beda FedericI, Tina Capretta, THIRD ROW: Beth Hart, Diana Van Pelt, 
Clieryl Petrick, Cindl Rhyne, Nancy Tauilen, Patti Redman, Pam 
Znidarsic, Patti Dietrich, Chris Whaling. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Lantz, 
Kathy La Barbera, Luann Dudley, Debbie Clabough, Dawn Hector, 
Sherri Cebul, Karen Taulien. * 




ER- 
MENDERS 



The Pink Panthers probably knew the athlete 
uniforms better than the athletes themselves 
did. These were the talented seamstresses 
behind the scene who fixed and repaired the 
uniforms of Euclid's successful athletes. The 
officers of this club, pictured below, were 
Nancy Voll, President; Jeanine Rupsic, Treas- 
urer; Carol Dallos, Vice-President. 




COMMUNITY 
HELPERS 

Key Club was the student group associ- 
ated with Euclid's Kiwanis Club. This 
club, like Kiwanis, worked hard to better 
the Euclid community through such ser- 
vice projects as aiding the Mary Mavec 
School with gardening and setting up 
for the Euclid Cultural Fair. As a group 
of students with high grade-point averages, 
these men helped the school as well. 

OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT. Faculty Advisor, Robert Heramb; Kiwanis Advisor, 
Robert McCallum; Kiwanis Coordinator, Peter Kotorac; Secretary, Bob Payne; 
Second Vice-President, Marty La Cava; President, Scott J. Wilson; Treasurer, 
Jeff Schellentrager; First Vice-President, Tom Anderson. 





Sue Duffy, Peggy Rohike, Dorothy Whitney 



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Mary Lou Stermole, Bonnie Bronkall, Diane McCarty 




Helen Pavlovic, Teresa Kukiica, Donna Ellenbest 




GOLDEN GIRLS 



The 1976 Majorettes, under captains Mary Beth 
Perry and Diane Rado, practiced over the summer 
to add an additional excitement to our football games. 
They seemed to satisfy both young and old by per- 
forming their routines to such songs as "Love Will 
Keep Us Together," "The Hustle," and "Theme from 
S.W.A.T." Although we do not see much of them after 
the football season, in our hearts we still remember 
their hard work and fine entertainment. 



Johnna Balasko 



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GOLD-28, BLUE-14 



The 1976 Gold team shattered the Blue team's domination of the six 
previous Powder Puff contests as they soundly won on November 14th 
with a score of 28-14. The Gold team prevailed, as they had a strong 
passing attack with Linda Bratina at the helm. The Blue team was con- 
tinually beset with offsides penalites. Entertainment was provided by 
the Powder Puff marching Band and the "beautiful ladies" — the major- 
ettes and cheerleaders. Everyone had fun, and the senior class bene- 
fitted with $700 going toward Senior Prom. 



"Oh, no, you don't! This 
Is MY football, not 
yours!" 



FAR RIGHT: "Tomye" An- 
derson and her interpre- 
tation of the Boomerang. 






The members of the Blue Team were: Debbie Andrews, Denise Ayers, Sarah Bowman, Emily Burns, Mary Pat Cosgriff, Nada Coso, Jean 
Czyzyckl, Sandra DITomaso, Sue Duffy, Laurie Foreman, Carrie Franko, Ann Grguric, Joan Gundling, Susan Hadzlma, Debbie Hall, Con- 
suelo Heath, Sue Helmsoth, Amy Hill, Kittle Hromyko, Linda Ice, Deborah Jordan, Kim Kaifesh, Heidi Kaiser, Carol Kernya, Sharon 
Kingsmill, Tammy Lang, Margaret Laycock, Linda List, Denise Lorence, Amy Lutz, Cathy Massaro, Diane McCarty, Holly McClurg, Sheri 
Mikanovich, Laurie Neff, Janet Novotny, Joan Nunnally, Evelyn Pana, Brigitte Prause, Peggy Rohike, Jeanine Rupsic, Beth Salosky, 
Pamela Shaffer, Kathy Smith, Monna StepanskI, Becky Stephens, Sharon Strauss, Darlene Swihart, Val Tancredl, Kathy Torok, Mary 
Ellen Turk, Mary Beth Zak, Donna Zuro. 



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The members of the Gold team were: 
Carol Albanete, Patty Arnold, Johnna 
Baiasko, LIndy Bratlna, SherrI Cebul, 
Debbie Clabough, Leslie Conley, Kathy 
Cowling, Carol Dallos, TonI Dodd, 
Luann Dudley, Mary ErdanI, Renee 
Fetko, Chris Gelev, Linda Gilck, Chris 
Gole, Jan Grega, Lisa Hanson, Beth 
Hart, Dawn Hector, JodI Holloway, 
Laura Hood, Debbie Hopton, Llane 
Jerina, Barbara KIrchner, Lynne Kiro, 
Sue Knight, Linda Kordlch, Mary 
Kotar, Robin Lamm, Linda Lender, 
Sandra Lewis, Nikkl Lowe, Debbie 
Lusky, Vesna Matic, Lorraine Matuch, 
Eileen Murphy, Laverne Nocera, Patty 
Noel, Kim Pearch, Mary Beth Perry, 
Diane Rado, Sandy Schmidt, Dottle 
Schultz, Marylou Stermole, Karen 
Taullen, Kay Thomas, Carolyn Thomp- 
son, Carol Troha, Mary Jane Vahcic, 
MIchele Vidra, Cheryl Warner, Margo 
Yane. 




SherrI Cebul barely eluded Mary Pat Cotgrlff' * tackle 
before going out of bounds. 




Precision, grace, and style . . .? 




"WE'VE GOT 
SPIRIT . . 



What has sixteen legs and 
lots of spirit and smiles? The 
Euclid high cheerleaders! 
These girls livened up the 
crowds by "firing them up" 
with their 
"Battlecry" 
and "Boom- 
erang" cheers. 
They partici- 
pated in pep 
assemblies and 
accomplished 
formidable 
feats, stacking 
human pyra- 
mids as they 
cheered Eu- 
clid's teams to 
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BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Laura Keyes. Kerry Nelson. 2nd ROW: Cindy Pritchard, Caria 
Santon. 3rd ROW: Karen Terrill, Dinah Grdina. 4th ROW: Karen Cooke, Captain Mary Lou Ice. 




NANCY 




RAILROAD 
MELODRAMA 

This year's fall play "Love Rides the Rails" or "Will 
the Mail Train Ride Tonight" took place on November 
18, 19, and 20. It depicted one of the classic melo- 
dramas which took place in the 1890's. The story 
was centered around the villain, Simon Darkway, who 
tried to stop the mail train from running so he could 
own the Pacific Railroad franchise. He went about 
this by getting the hero Truman Pendennis drunk so 
that his men wouldn't look up to him. But, Carlotta 
Cortez sobered Pendennis up just in time to save 
the franchise and his sweetheart Prudence Hopewell. 
Thanks to all of those fantastic actors and actresses, 
the fall play was a big hit. 



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Cast of Characters 



MRS. HOPEWELL 

PRUDENCE HOPEWELL 

SIMON DARKWAY 

TRUMAN PENDENNIS 

HAROLD STANFAST 

DIRK SNEATH 

CARLOTTA CORTEZ 

FIFI 

FRED WHEELWRIGHT 

DAN 

BEULAH BELLE 

OFFICER 

RAILROAD WORKERS 



DANCE HALL GIRLS 




TESTING, 
TESTING . . 



Audio Aides LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Staines, Doug Hodaklevic, Steve Bell, David Jones. 
NOT PICTURED: Roy Schneider. 



Remember all those fantastic plays this 
year? How would you have enjoyed all of 
them without the microphones, lighting, 
and other effects? Well, thanks to the great 
expertice of the Audio and Media Aides, 
the plays were a great success. They solved 
all the technical problems and learned 
short-cuts to make this year's communica- 
tion system a job well done. 





Media Aides LEFT TO RIGHT: Eric Hanson, Dave Eros, Tom Waschura, Stan Rozic, John Grabitz, Milte Chapman, Rich Lisko, Doug 
Hodaklevic. 

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CARD 
SHARKS 



The pinochle club met at least once 
a week to have an inspiring game full 
of competition. Puzzling over runs 
just missed and scheming to catch 
the last trick was a relaxing end to a 
hectic day. 



"Wow! what a pair." 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Kevin Halberg, Manny Scanlan, Jeff Lu, Mr. Reno, Mike Kul- 
blckas, Mark Gordon. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Hungerford; Bob Blevins; Jeff Clark; 
Preston Neal, President; Dave Nelson; Mark Warden; Jim Waschura. 




CQ . . DX . . DE . . 
WA8ZGE 

Radio Club has introduced young people to 
the ever-growing industry of communications. 
Interested students met on Tuesdays after 
school in the radio room to learn and eventually 
to obtain their own amateur radio licenses. After 
a member receives his or her license, the Radio 
Club's station, WA8ZGE, is used to project the 
voice of Euclid students to countries around the 
world. 

Those members who have obtained their own licenses are: 
Mr. Hungerford WB8BHC 
Dave Nelson WN8USQ 
Preston Neal WN8UMD 
Manny Scanlan WN8BQ0 



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CLOCKWISE: Mr. Sallach, Robin Pinkava, Jason 
Bailey, Lorraine Peters 



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The Euclid High choirs, under the direction of Mr. Sam Taylor, produced 
several fine concerts in the course of the year. By auditioning for Mr. Taylor, 
students with singing talent advanced through the various stages of the 
choirs. Those with the best vocal qualities and experience were chosen for 
Varsity Chorale, which is the "elite" of the choir groups. Mr. Taylor's veteran 
ability of weaving and blending the voices of his students and highlighting 
some numbers with choreography served to produce fine quality concerts. 




Choral Masters members: Denise Andrews, Bill Andrews, Judi Arnold, Nancy Ayers, Jason Bailey, Judi Bohn, 
David Brown, Rich Cell, Karen Collins, Matt D'Amico, George Demyanchik, Chris Dole, Mary Dolter, David Eros, 
Helen Fabianich, Cheryl Frank, Rob Frank, Don Frank, Lisa Friedel, Judy Garrett, Nancy Gaydos, John Glovan, 
Pam Gonas, Dave Henry, Cathy Hershey, Mary Holmes, Linda Ice, Larry Insana, Robin Jokela, Krystal Kent, 
Bryan Ketchum, Jim Kisthardt, Bob Klein, Joe Klein, Laura Kruger, Cathy Lehman, Laura Lick, Brenda Loraw, 
Kathy Martin, Nick Massiello, Joy Mast, Rain Matuch, Jeff Mavsar, Eileen Mayock, Diane Micale, Nancy Neme- 
cek. Angle Oberaitis, Dave Praznovsky, Sharon Prileson, Duane Reschke, Sue Samuel, Beth Sawyer, Kathy 
Sawyer, Jan Schimpf, Dennis Sedlak, Debbie Shanks, Connie Sims, Lou Singer, Scott Stanic, Beth Stephens, 
Dave Stuber, Steve Tanner, Carolyn Thompson, Rich Tolley, Genute Vaiginis, Ken Vaughan, Mare Zak, Pam 
Znidarsic. 



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Girls Chorus members: Janet Brace, Joanna Buck, 
Pam Capasso, Monica Cefaratti, Jacquie Conley, Sue 
Cowling, Meg D'Anna, Carolyn Davidson, Jeanne 
Dommer, Jan Ferris, Debbie Francis, Tammy Gel- 
singer, Patti Gibson, Andrea Higgins, Janet Hollis, 
Terry Kaneen, Ellen Kast, Kathy Kirchner, Mary 
Korosec, Tony Kotar, Kathy Lorber, Donna Miller, 
Chris Mullins, Linda Munnings, Melody Musick, Gerry 
Nocera, Laura Novosel, Laurie Oberaitis, Lynn Okicki, 
Debbie Orazem, Peggy Payne, Linda Peirolo, Diane 
Penko, Julie Petrella, Susan Piscopo, Bev Pritchard, 
Noreen Raggets, Mimi Rezonja, Cindy Rhyne, Karen 
Rossi, Sally Schmolz, Debbie Selvaggio, Lisa Sibert, 
Cheryt Smith, Denise Staso, Tammy Taylor, Laura 
Templar, Janet Topping, Greta Trommetter, Diane 
Turner, Robin Vaughan, Lisa Vendeland, Patti West, 
Roberta Wright. 



Varsity Chorale members: 
T.J. Anderson, David Brown, 
Emily Burns, Dave Carlson, 
Sherry Cebul, Mike Cefar- 
atti, Tony Cell, Jack Down- 
er, Laurie Foreman, Jeff 
Gaydos, Paul Gubanc, Barb 
Hasse, Rich Jambor, Barb 
Kirchner, Diane Kwasny, 
Tom Knific, Robin Lamm, 
Amy Lutz, Martha Mayer, 
Cathy Miller, Paul Miha- 
cevich, Tony Perko, Joe 
Perpar, Robin Pinkava, Tom 
Rotar, Jim Schmidt, Pam 
Shaffer, Cathy Stephens, 
Bob Sump, Beth Telich, Kay 
Thomas, Mike Tortorici, 
Mary Ellen Turk, Jeff West, 
Donna Zuro. 




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MUSICAL MAESTROS 



A famous violinist once said, "To play great music, one must keep his eyes on a distant star." 
The Euclid bands and orchestra rehearsed hour after hour in an attempt to create the perfect 
performance. There were several stars in view/ for band and orchestra members. Some tried to 
satisfy their love for music, and a few were preparing for hopeful careers in music. After com- 
bining these people into performing ensembles, music and many memories were created. 




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CLOCKWISE: Percussion 
Woodwinds, Upper Brass 
Orchestra. 



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TOP TO BOTTOM: Upper 
Woodwinds, Stage Band, Low- 
er Brasses. 



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Senior Class. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty Arnold, 
Amy Hill, Patti Noel, Renee Fetko, Evie Pana, Nancy Ayers, 
Connie Sims, Joy Mast, Jackie Parker, Peggy Fowie, Dottie 
Schultz. ROW TWO: Debbie Andrews, Amy Lutz, Carolyn 
Thompson, Emily Burns, Becky Stevens, Mary Beth Perry, 
Peggy Rohike, Lynne Kiro, Linda Ice. ROW THREE: Jody 
Holloway, Sue Knight, Carol Troha. Chris Gole, Denise 
Lawrence, Joan Gundling, Sheri Mikanovich, Sue Duffy, 
Barb Kirchner. ROW FOUR: Johnna Balasko, Mary Erdani, 
Laura Korynoski, Sam Mason, Val Tancredi, Kitty Hromyko, 
Diane McCarty, Diane Rado, Bonnie Bronkall. ROW FIVE: 
Mike Evert, Ted Thomas, Karen Taulein, Ken Dorsch, Karen 
Besselman, Holly McClurg, Luann Dudley, Mary Pat Cosgriff. 
ROW SIX: Tim Russell, Bob Sump, Jack Colling, Mark Ebers- 
bacher. Dr. Bergem, Randy South. ROW SEVEN: Tony Cell, 
Ted Anderson 



Senior Cabinet. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty 

Arnold, Emily Burns. ROW TWO: Amy Hill, Carolyn Thomp- 
son, Renee Fetko, Dr. Bergem. ROW THREE: Randy South, 
Evie Pana, Patti Noel, Amy Lutz, Tony Cell. 



Junior Cabinet. LEFT TO RIGHT: Julie Szoiek, Brian Ramona, 
Lisa Petsanis, Lori Katz, Cindy Pritchard, Diane Nacinovich, 
Kathy Burns, Kim Duffy 



Junior Class BOTTOM ROW: Bob Paine SECOND ROW, 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Burns, Gail Suscheck, Kim Duffy. 
Donna Janes, Scott Wilson, Rob Freedon. THIRD ROW: 
Lisa Petsanis, Cindy Pritchard, Sue Samuel, Kim Krawczy- 
szyn, Diane Barry. FOURTH ROW: Laura Lick, Sandie 
Hastings. Lora HIabse, Julie Szoiek. FIFTH ROW: Peggy 
Eyman, Cindy Hassel, Debbie Bernacki. Eileen Busdiecker, 
Lori Katz, Brian Ramona. 



Sophomore Class. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lisa Cerjan, 
Doug Ayers. Lisa Sibert. Joan Motuza SECOND ROW: 
Laurie Oberaitis, Kathy Rymarczyk, Nancy Samuel, Laura 
Draxler. KNEELING: Eric Jochum, Bev Pritchard, Becky 
Tancredi, Lora Hayman. 



The Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes were very 
active this year. They engaged in bake sales, selling candy, 
and many other profit raising projects. This money was 
put toward the Junior and Senior class proms. The Senior 
class was the victor of the Christmas decorating contest. 
The Junior class won the "spirit chain contest" and had a 
very successful Spagetti Dinner. The Sophomore class had 
many successful bake sales. Co-operation and hard work 
enabled them to attain enjoyable proms. 



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BLOOD 
SISTERS 

Responsible, trustworthy, and 
caring people was what the Red 
Cross Club was made up of. 
These students put in their own 
time to help our community. 
By selling candy to raise money, 
these people decorated a ward 
at the Veterans Hospital. At 
Easter, they visited an old age 
home. The biggest event of the 
year came after many months 
of planning, advertising, and 
coaxing — the Euclid Senior High 
School Bloodmobile. 





BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck Keay, Laura Griffis (secretary). Nancy Voll (treasurer), Cheryl 
Smith. SECOND ROW: Nancy Pryatel, Patti Dudley, Sandra Vallee. Ivana Rozman, Chris Kaneen. 

President Judy Yount. 

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BOTTOM ROW, LEFT 
TO RIGHT: Eric Ki- 
mura, Debbie Bliss, 
Carol Gumowski. 
Mary Thompson. Lynn 
Okicki, Mr. Germock. 
SECOND ROW: Daryl 
Dureiko, Fred McVey, 
Walt Wolski. Alan 
Urbancic. MISSING: 
Heather Stump, Gwen 
Bashline. 




WHATISIT? 



By twisting, bending, twining, and using a little creativity, the 
members of Metal Sculpture created many ingenious items. It 
required much patience to compose these sculptures. Ideas were 
developed to apply a new character or function to the metal. Use- 
ful articles were produced from valueless metals and scraps. 



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These students were involved with the Americans Abroad program (CLOCKWISE): 
Phil Braun (who went to Japan), Quelo Heath (who came from Barbados and who 
stayed with Nancy Nemecek's family), and Randy South (who went to Brazil). 




FRIENDSHIP 
EXCHANGE 

American Field Service was one of the most 
active clubs this year. The purpose of the 
group was to raise money so that a foreign 
student may be "imported" to Euclid and 
share our way of life. In addition, two Euclid 
students are sent abroad to participate in 
a first-hand learning experience in the culture 
of another country. 



FAR RIGHT: The officers of AFS are (LEFT TO RIGHT): Laurie Foreman, treasurer; 
Lauren Parsons, president; Phil Braun, vice-president. 




FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Quelo Heath, Jan Schimpf, Marcie Coons, Donna Zuro, Linda Click, Chris Tice, Mary Beth Hungerford, 
Steve Nagle, Angle Oberaitis. SECOND ROW: Mike Malloy, Cindy Ryne, Debbie Polaski, Denise Ayers, Ellen Sesek. Mary Ann Mikovich, 
Randy South, Margaret Breznikar, Terri Jankovich, Noreen Walters, Donna Madison, Margie McLaren. THIRD ROW: Peggy Eyman, Mary 
Ann McCullough, Sue Prizzi, Sue Bibler, Lauren Parsons, Holly McClurg, Laurie Foreman, Linda Lisi, Phil Braun, George Demyanchik, Jim 
McMullen, Jim Podriznik. ROW FOUR: Nancy Nemecek, Bob Ruuska, Bill Hanlon, Steve Bour, Heather Stump. Paul Gubanc, Hannah Gleis- 
ser, Gary Keefe, Dave Jones. NOT PICTURED: Beda Federici, Kathy Lucas, Jackie Mason 



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Wai Napolo members. BOTTOM 
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nora 
Burke. Lori Russell, Maureen 
DIckard, Jill Primeau, Denise 
Andrews, Mary Ellen Cooke, Jo 
Thomas, Pam Smith. ROW TWO: 
Nancy Roberts, Debbie An- 
drews. Jodi Holloway, Emily 
Burns (secretary), Laura Kru- 
ger, Janet Young, Val Tan- 
credi (president), Laura Lick, 
Sue Heimsoth. ROW THREE: 
Sandy Reid, Cheryl Morabito, 
Laura HIabse, Ruth Jerome, 
Karen Cooke (treasurer). Kim 
Krawczyszyn, Jeanine Rupsic, 
LuAnn Dudley. MISSING: Terese 
Burke (vice-president). 




The Girls' Gym Leaders per- 
formed various tasks in the gym 
classes as assistants to the gym 
teachers. Those who organized 
bake sales, pretzel sales and 
car washes were the officers: 
President Carol Troha, Vice- 
president Sandi Stankiewicz, 
Treasurer Annette Cirota, and 
Historian Denise Lorence. The 
girls refereed various sports, 
took attendance, demonstrated 
and taught skills, and generally 
backed up the teacher. These 
dedicated young ladies were an 
indispensable part of the girls' 
gym program as they eased the 
teacher's burden during her end- 
less classes. 








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WATER MAIDENS 

The girls in Wai Napolo trained during the school year to de- 
velop their synchronization and swimming techniques. Many 
hours of exhausting swimming in not-so-warm water and much 
practice of underwater choreography combined to prepare 
these girls for the annual Wai Napolo water show. This widely 
attended show is one of the most popular events of the year, 
and the hard work of the club members came through very well 
in a precisely timed and exquisitely produced show. 



Advisor Bill Von Benken and some of his fishies. 




Girls Gym Leaders. FRONT: Advisor Audrey Fox. ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Rossmann, Diane Barry, Sandi Stankiewicz, 
Laurie Foreman, Karen Centa, Linda Glick, Karen Capadona, Carol Troha, Kathy Sands. ROW TWO: Annette Cirota. Jan Shaw. 
Sharon Ivancic, Tina Kuklica, Teresa Kuklica. Lori Breskvar, Diana Ortman, Mary D'Amico, Nancy Nemecek, Patty Kastelic, 
JoAnne Bokar, Barb Swansinger. 



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JOCKETTES 



The GAA engaged in many athletics such as basketball, 
deck tennis and volleyball, functioning as an intramural 
club. Miss Buck instructed girls and helped them to per- 
fect their game. A great benefit gained was learning the 
necessity of teamwork. But most of all, these girls enjoyed 
themselves. 





ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Eyman, Donna Ellenbest, Laurie Fore- 
man, Kathy Rossmann, Diana Ortman. Lori Breskvar. Sandi Stankiewicz, 
Mary D'Amlco. ROW TWO: Kim Krawczyszyn, Maria Draxler, Beth Sawyer, 
Lynn Garapic, Chris Ferryman, Cherl Strah, Vickie Chapman. ROW 
THREE: Jeanlne Rupsic, Cheryl Morabito. Carrie Franko, Kathy Rymar- 
czyk. Ram Roeder, JoAnn Thomas, Patty Roeder, Kathy Perryman. 
ROW FOUR: Beth Hart, Sylvia Krulc, NIkki Lowe, Kim Kaifesh, Mary Jan- 
kowskl, Debbie Gowler, Nina Kaeth, Chris Perryman. ROW FIVE: Sharon 
Ivancic, Jean Cyzyzycki, Joanne Bokar, Teresa Kuklica, Patty Kletrlch, 
Pam Znldarslc. Patty Redman. 



EINSTEINIANS 



1 Many interesting speakers fascinated and en- 

a lightened the Science Seminar's members this 

i year. They enabled the students to obtain a wide 

1 variety of knowledge concerning various scientific 

2 topics. One of the most prominent experiences 
^ was a visit to the Nasa base which was arranged 
i by advisor Marilyn Lucas. 

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BOTTOM ROW. LEFT TO RIGHT: Patti Dudley, Jan Schimpf, Laurie Pultorak. Peggy Eyman, Nancy Roberts, Sandy Reid, Robin Pinkava, 
Ken Bronkall, Jeff Swider, Kim Workman, Debbie Honey, Tom Eisele, Al Buonno. 2nd ROW: Jim Kovacic, Ken Zappi, Mike Norton, Dennis 
Zerby, Steve Bour, Debbie Williams, John Offerle, Joanne Klepacki, Terry Jankovich, Margaret Breznikar, Gary Keefe, Jeff Houser, ?, 
Bob Perusek, Sharon Prileson, John Brodhacker, Chris Otcasek, Steven Tanner, Rich Horn, Debbie Lusky, Nada Jaklic. 




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= They supplied your pens, pencils, cough drops, blue books, and panty hose this year. That's right, _^ 

2 these were the Student Store members who gave up their study halls and who also worked before ww 

= school to supply you those and other items. The Student Store workers, pictured above, were: 

I (BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT) Chris Otcasek, Manager Dave Harth; (SECOND ROW) Peggy Payne, Q 

s Dave Turner, Robbi Wright, Debbi Jordan, Beda Federici, Steve Nagel. ^9 



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CHILD 
CARE 

Vocational Childcare 

courses were offered to 
both juniors and seniors 
of Euclid. The program, 
sponsored by Mrs. Bonnie 
Price, taught the students 
to teach and care for young 
children through experi- 
ence. In the nursery of 
Noble Elementary School, 
the children learned many 
things as the students came 
and related to them. 





TOP PICTURE. Senior CGI BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Margot 
Yane, Tammy Lang, Kathy Kosovlch. ROW TWO: Sandy Schmidt. 
Darlene Swihart, Marcia Lantzy. Mary Hanley. Nancy Kastelic. 
BOTTOM PICTURE. Junior CCI BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: 

Laurada Bischotf, Carolyn Herbst, Karen Sodic, Heidi Heglr (child), 
Lisa Gelfman, Patrick Carey (child), Denlse Ventura, Janet Brady, 
Debbie Bradac, Alexis Macko (child). ROW TWO: Kathy Lucas, PattI 
Wilson, Bobbi Prioreschi, Sue Klepac, Beth Swift, Sandy Luda, Jan 
DIaddarlo, Diane Sennick, Sandy Kohagen, Mrs. Bonnie Price. 



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BEAUTY 
BUILDERS 

Two groups of senior high girls at- 
tended classes at the Euclidian Beauty 
College in preparation for their state 
licensure as cosmetologists. The seniors 
attended the second year classes in the 
morning, and the first year juniors in 
the afternoons. They had both theory 
and practical classes, where they 
learned the technical aspects of hair 
cutting and the basic cosmetic applica- 
tion procedures. 




Junior Cosmetology (LEFT TO RIGHT): Chris Lusky, Shireen Meaney, Jeanne 
Severino, Rose Brown, Becky Brady, Linda Miller, Denise Hartman, Laurie Petro- 
vic, Gail Jalovec, Dawn Black, Mr. DiPaolo. 



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Senior Cosmetology. BOTTOM ROW, (LEFT TO RIGHT): Debbie Clabough, Laverne Nocera, Lorraine Bell, 
Irene Pinko, Kathy Deveney. ROW TWO: IVlr. DiPaolo, Karen Genelius, Debbie Hall, Tina Gullo, Robin 
Glicker, Ms. Fisher. MISSING: Amy Arps, Margaret Nocera. 




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THE JOGGERS 



How long would it take you to run five-hundred miles? 
On their own time, the five-hundred mile club members 
ran and accumulated this mileage, braving the elements 
or escaping to the shelter of the indoor track. What 
motivated them? It required sheer will-oower and 
severe discipline, and great satisfaction derived from 
running long distances in short periods of time. 



AN ACTING 
COMPANY 

The Children's Drama Club, under the direction 
of Miss Carmody, performed the story of "Horton 
Hatches the Egg" for elementary school audi'^nces 
this winter. These budding actors and actresses put 
forth their best efforts into the production which was 
enjoyed by all who saw it. 




SEATED, (LEFT TO RIGHT): Mr. Hoffert, Mr. Halbedel. Mr. Francetic. 
STANDING: Bob Gold, Joe Freeh, Eric Jochum, Craig Basler. 



i BOTTOM ROW, (LEFT TO RIGHT): Steve Nagle, Diane Hribar, Jan 

2 Schimpf, Jeff Gaydos. ROW TWO: Joanna Buck, Margi McLaren. 

• Karen Keller, Norm Wright, Nora Burke, Pat Sexton, Evelyn Kohler. 

s ROW THREE: Sandi Hastings, Blaine Pullin, Jim Bour, Marci Coons, 

s Chris Otcasek, Tom Young. John Offerle, Lori Laukiavich. MISS- 

s ING: Jim Choromanski, Renee Ferrari, Dawn Hector, Mary Holmes, 

s Al Lester, Deanna Smith, Jim Tomsic. 

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MAT MAIDS 

The Wrestling Aides were instrumental in seeing 
that all ran smoothly for the Panther wrestling team 
during the season. Wrestling aides helped the 
coaches through such duties as scrubbing the mats, 
keeping the scoring and timing records of the team's 
individuals, and running the videotape machine so 
that wrestlers could learn from their successes and 
errors. These girls also constituted a loyal cheering 
section at each meet. 



BOTTOM ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Katie Kirchner, Debbie Paul, 
Angle Oberaitis, Kim Krawczyszyn. ROW TWO: Maria Draxler, 
Sandy Coulter, Diane Micale (secretary, historian), Mary O'Toole, 
Laura Draxler. ROW THREE: Denise Andrews, Beth Stephens. Kim 
Cole, Audrey Urbancic (vice-president), Cheryl Patrick, Sue Jar- 
muskiewicz, Sharon Prileson. ROW FOUR: Kathy Mihelich, Diane 
Pierce, Jan Grega, Carolyn Thompson (president), Jodi Holloway, 
Amy Lutz (treasurer), Gloria Petrick. MISSING: Joy Mast, Nora 
Dallos, sponsor Miss Haffer. 



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TYCOONS, INC. 

The members of the Investment Club met daily to study and discuss the 
meanderings of the stock market. Students pooled their money to invest in a 
stock which, according to their careful and detailed research, looked as 
though it would produce a profit within the course of a few months. Although 
this experiment was no game, no matter whether they won or lost, they 
learned by playing. The officers of the Investment Club were: Jeff Mrofchak 
(president), Joe Clark (vice-president), Ed Lube (treasurer). 




All of Mr. Schonauer's economy and stock market classes were members of Investment Club. They 
were: Greg Brentar, Mark Harmon, Alan Lester, Victor Nolan, Cheryl Abazia, Dale Barnes, Patty Cek, 
Tony Cell, Connie Cetinsky, Garry Coulter, Ann Grguric, Dave Jones, Andy Kendro, James Kucher, Rob 
Pinkava, Chuck Nicholls, Joe Pales, Jim Patete, Bob Perusek, Rick Schauer, Bob Szalay, Chris Dram, 
Scott Wise, Tom Anderson, Rick Armstrong, Bob Blaskovic, Brian Cerbin, Joe Clark, John Colling, Hal 
Daugherty, Edward Fabec, John Fette, Russell Hennie, Shawn Kahl, Tim Zuponcic, Becky Stephens, 
Jim Snyder, Mike Pyle, Kelvin Kester, Linda Kordich, Karen Maksymowicz, Robert Papp, Sue Powell, 
John Ryder, Dave Saletrik, Jeff Schuffert, Carol Troha, John Trommetter, Craig Yoder, Scott Daugher- 
ty, Mike Cefaratti, Dominic DiVincenzo, Carl Kozlowski, Bob Leonhardt, Ed Lube, Sam Mason, Andy 
Prause. 



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Members of Kids for Earth were: Tom Appleton, Brian Cerbin, Dino Civitarese, Bob Clapp, Bil 
Mack, Joe Mack, Jim Schmidt, Sponsor Mr. Soltesz. 




Those who were concerned 
with preserving our environ- 
ment and interested in learn- 
ing to enjoy it joined Kids for 
Earth. This group of enter- 
prising people directed their 
activities toward backpacking, 
cross-country, skiing and 
canoeing. They also wrote 
letters and raised petitions 
that were sent to local, state, 
and federal governments 
hoping to awaken the law- 
makers into understanding 
the beauty of our land. 



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ASPIRING . 

AUTHORS 

Students interested in demonstrating and 
perfecting their writing talents gathered to- 
gether to form the Writing Club. The members 
discussed their own writing ideas and problems, 
and provided each other with encouragement 
and suggestions. The purpose of the club in- 
cluded helping those who enjoyed writing to 
feel that there were others interested in their 
work, and to share ideas so that each person's 
writing could benefit from association with the 
others. 




Writing Club members were Ted Baldassarre, Nita Cook, Nada Jaklic, Andy Kendro, 
Lorraine Peters, Kelly Smith, Karen Stevko, and Sponsor Mr. Weisenberg. 



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BR 

The Robin Hood Caper 

by 
Fred Carmichel 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Richard Collins joe Choromanski 

Flora Langley jan Schimpf 

Jessica Selby jydy Garrett 

Emily Jordan Karen Keller 

Jason Bosley pgul Gubanc 

Phillip Mullins steve Bell 

Hubert Ratner Mike Wilson 

Warren Coates chris Octasek 

Frederick Ruggles steve Bour 

Sylvia Coates cathy Burns 



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MODERN ROBIN HOODS 

The Winter Play, The Robin Hood Caper, was performed on March 3,4,5 in the Little Theatre. A synopsis of 
the play is as follows: Richard Collins' aunt, Flora Langley, and her three friends. Rev. Jason Bosley, Phillip 
Mullins, and Emily Jordan, are reformed criminals who travelled the country doing good deeds. When they 
hold their annual meeting of the Charities Anonymous Club, they find themselves confronted with a charity 
problem in their own backyard. The town's mayor, Hurbert Ratner, is trying to kick Richard out of his news- 
paper office to stop Richard's editorials about the mayor's grafting ways. The charity-minded quartet decides 
to help Richard keep the newspaper and win the mayorality race which is fine with Jessica Selby, Richard's 
fiancee. The caper seems to be in jeopardy when Jessica's uncle, Frederick Ruggles, shows up, because he is 
the policeman who originally arrested the four elderly crooks. In the end, "Rugged" Ruggles exposes the 
mayor as Hubie the Heist, and Warren Coates, the town's crooked treasurer, and his wife, Sylvia, discover that 
the Rev. Bosley, is a fake and that Sylvia and Warren are not really married. The play ends with the four ederly 
people revelling in their new-found problem, a charity ball of which "Rugged" Ruggles is the chairman. 



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■^ The Ad Club was made up of about forty 

^^ girls who spent many of their evenings 

■^ selling tickets or programs for all 

^^ of Euclid's athletic events. They 

■^ received free passes to all the 

OWE, third period. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Deoma, Cheryl Boyd, Rita Her- -^ pampt; in rprnanitinn nf thoir 

shamn, Karen Lorber, Janet Baitt, Maria Festini, Rita Gulgo. ROW TWO: Greg Bealowski, Mike "%, B'>iiica, in leougiiiuuii ui Liieir 

Kleinhenz, Dan Miller, Jesse Becerra, Greg Stephens, Marc Scherbarth. ROW THREE: George '^ help in working through 

Stoner, Jeff Elliott, Tom Chanakas, Ron Maxey, Jim Rocco. ROW FOUR: Dave King, Donald ^^ gOOd and bad weather. 

Weigand, Chip Sieford, Gary Strunge. NOT PICTURED: Advisor Frank Passarella. ^^ 




OWE, first period. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Morris, Chris Pecnik, JoAnn Snyder, Rosemarie Simek, Cindy Evans. ROW TWO: 
Mark Springer, Kevin Mix, Jay Vernon, Leonard Post, Jeff Witt, Chuck Orndoff, Walter Noch, Brian Mecoli, Ron Brinko, Don Ehrke, 
Advisor Tom Hoffart. NOT PICTURED: Dan Misch, Dennis Prevesk, Jim Robertson, Steve Swift, Beverly Tucci, Bob Whitney. 



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These juniors and ^^ 
seniors were members "^ 

of OWE, the Occupa- "^^ 

tional Work Experience "^ 

club. These young people ^L 

learned many ways how to '^ 

adapt to the world of work. High- ^^ 
lights of their activities were their '^ 
holding their annual faculty Christmas 
brunch and a trip to Cedar Point at the 
end of the year. 




AD CLUB ROSTER: Debbie Andrews, Ruth Ankuda. Diane Barry, Missy 
Bifro, Kathy Bolsar, Ellene Busdiecker. Karen Centa, Maria Draxler, 
Beth Federici. Karen Garapic, Joan Gundling, Tina Greig, Sue Heimsoth, 
Barb Hribar, Kitty Hromyko, Linda Ice, Deb Jordan, Kim Kaifesh. Lori 
Katz, Carol Kernya, Kim Krawczyszyn, Sylvia Krulc, Laura Lick. Linda 
Munnings, Diane Nacinovich, Chris Neiman, Laverne Nocera, Patti Noel. 
Angle Oberaitis, Evelyn Pana. Helen Pavlovic. Deb Petrich, Cindy Ro|eck, 
Kathy Rose, Sue Samuel, Gail Suschek, Julie Szoiek, Carmi Tancredi, 
Carol Troha, Lisa Vendeland. 



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GAL FRIDAYS 



The co-curricular Clerk-Typist Club, 
part of the Office Education Association, 
helped students in office education 
classes develop student leadership, 
vocational competence In the office, 
and enthusiasm for learning and ob- 
taining knowledge in the office field. 
Bake sales, candy sales, and novelty 
sales were held to raise money for 
field trips and guest speakers. During 
Christmas and Easter vacations, the 
club held parties at Mary Mavec for 
those less fortunate. Club advisors 
were Mrs. Bensusan and Mrs. Harshman. 



Jr. Clerk Typists Officers: Tracy Bildinger (Historian), Betty Craig (Parliamentarian), Belle 
Pierdon (President), Debi Downing (Vice Pres.), Jo Ann Michael (Treasurer). NOT PICTURED: 
Karen Knaus (Secretary). 





Jr. Clerk Typists: (SEATED) 
Lisa Pemberton, Ruta Jaku- 
bauskas, Patty Redman, Bev 
Manza. (STANDING) Linda 
McLaughlin, Patty Krause, Debi 
Sadowski, Royene Trunkely. 
(MISSING) Karen Raggets. 



Sr. Clerk Typists CENTER: Michele Vidra 
(Parliamentarian). ROW 2: Brigitte Prause, 
Barbara Mandate (Historian), Lora Holcombe. 
ROW 3: Cheryl Warner (Vice Pres.), Susan 
Huelsman (Treas.), Teresa Churchill (Sec), 
Doreen Miller (Pres.), Barbara Dalton. NOT 
PICTURED: Christine Kovach, Linda Mikolich. 




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Senior Accounting. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chucl< Nicholls, Lenny Cefaratti. ROW TWO: Cheryl Abazia, Denise Chabrand Garry 
Coulter, Karen Capadona, Peggy Fowie, Carol Troha. ROW THREE: Randy Garrett, Judy Allwood, Linda Suchevits Ann Kish ' Laura 
Beaiko, Judy Urban. NOT PICTURED: Kathi Homar, Ray JablonskI, Jackie Parker, Debbie Vojtek. 





The junior and sen- 
ior Accounting clubs 
worked with the fine 
equipment of Euclid 
High's business de- 
partment to learn the 
skills necessary for 
office careers as book- 
keepers and account- 
ants. The club advisors 
Joe Regano and Kath- 
leen Radigan encour- 
aged the development 
of good habits and 
though the answers 
weren't always cor- 
rect, the students en- 
joyed the challenge 
of accounting. 



Junior Accounting. BOTTOM ROW. LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Petchak, Diane DeLuca, Laura Markulin, Noreen 
Brandick, Denise Hegedus, Nora Burke, Noreen Golden, Mary Kuken, Janet Pozelnik. ROW TWO: Joan Thompson, 
Dan Novak, Dan Combs, Curt Gasser, Dave Linane, John DeGeronlmo, Barry Breining, Brian Makse, Larry Hale. 
NOT PICTURED: Lorin Bradlee, Dave Harth, Lydia Jurkovic. 



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Data Processing assisted in the development of 
leadership qualities, interest in the American business 
system, and the competency in office occupations. 
Involved in this co-curricular club were 36 Euclid stu- 
dents. Funds were raised by the sale of candy, fruit, 
and baked goods and by dances. The Junior Data Pro- 
cessers were under the direction of Miss Ivansek and 
President Roger Stenger, Vice-President Mary Kochan, 
Secretary Cheryl Everson, Treasurer Chris Journey, 
and Historian/Parliamentarian Veronica Terrill. The 
Sr. club is sponsored by Mr. Mize and led by Presdient 
Joseph Freeh, Vice-President Mona Perovsek, Secretary 
Linda Batdorf, Treasurer Keith Blain, Parliamentarian 
Barb Ducca, and Historian Peggy McLoughlin. The 
clubs were members of the statewide Occupational 
Education Program. 







Junior Vocational Data Processing. FRONT: Veronica Terrill. 2nd ROW: 
Janet Hosa, Cliris Journey. 3rd ROW: Evelyn Kohler, Laura Griffis, Lori 
Laukiavich. 4th ROW: Sue Schuenemann, Rose Burrington, Celia Schulilt, 
Cheryl Everson. 5th ROW: Pam Degutis, Mary Konchan, Cathy Vohnout, 
Valerie Lombardo. 6th ROW: Roger Stenger, Milie DiDomenico, Dave 
Bllko, Marlene Capiccloni, Ed Locke. 




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Senior Vocational Data Processing. BOTTOM: Barb Ducca, Joe Freeh, 
Keith Blain, Linda Yeckley, Mona Perovsek. 2nd ROW: Sue DeLuca, 
Peggy McLoughlin, Pat Doyle, Mr. Ed Mize, Annette Cirota, Jini 
Katosic. 3rd ROW: Mike Robinson, Carol Zgonc, David Warder, Linda 
Batdorf, Judy Purvis, Buddy Shafer. MISSING: Patty Toigo. 




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Senior Vocational Stenography 

BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Brass, Kim Ross, Diane Kavai. 2nd ROW: Sue Heimsoth, Carol Albanese, 
Dianne Vasas. 3rd ROW: Kathy Cowling, Peggy Laycock, Debbie Jordan, Donna Doles. 4th ROW: 
Bev Bacon, Pam Wright, Kathy Sawyer. 5th ROW: Diane Hausrath, Janet Kerns. MISSING: 
Mary Kotar. 




TAKE A LETTER, 
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As a co-curricular club, Vocational 
Stenography provided opportunities for 
Euclid's future business workers to view 
the relationship between classroom 
training and everyday reality. The girls 
planned business and social field trips. 
Money was raised through candy and 
bake sales and car washes. The club 
also entered local and regional academic 
contests to test proficiency in various 
secretarial areas. Club advisors were 
Mrs. Huefner, Mrs. Regano, and Miss 
Ivancic. Jr. Stenography officers were 
President Maureen Alaburda, Vice- 
President Sandy Frattin, and Secretary 
Sandy Springborn. 




Junior Vocational Stenography 

BOTTOM ROW: Carol Blasko, Teresa Kuklica, Cindy Hassel, Eileen Imler, Mrs. Maureen Huefner, Lori Pollock, Laura Ogden, Dena Grosel, 
Carol Novinc, Debbi Kaufman, Mary Miller. 2nd ROW: Vicky DuBecky, Maureen Alaburda, Sandy Springborn, Donna Johnston, Carol 
Poulas, Sandy Frattin, Cindy Yaggie, 3rd ROW: Annette Criado, Paula Kardos, Jan Markham. MISSING: Dawn Ayres, Holly Sterbik. 



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COE 1°. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pamela Golden, Mrs. Carol Williams, Karen Maksymowicz (treasurer). Sue 
Kraince (vice-president), Debbie Zailer, Barbara Hribar, Nancy Mikovic (historian), Diane Kavel. SECOND ROW: Cheryl 
Engelking, Laurie Nawor, Mary Beth Dublekar, Anne Miller, Cheryl Powell (secretary). THIRD ROW: Debra Manfredonia, 
Loren Ivansek, Kelly Martin, Judy Godnavec (president), Lisa Danzinger, Jannelle Berzin (parliamentarian). 




^\ Going to school for only half a day ap- ^\ 

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^ hours were spent training on various office 

machines, and working in various firms in 

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COE 2 . BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilee Rojeck, Patricia Stewart, Bethann Miller (secretary), Russ Hennie, Joe Hanak (parlia- 
mentarian). SECOND ROW Patricia Cek, Connie Cetinsky, Josle Strle (treasurer), Darcy Ryder (historian), Joann Gugliotta (president), 
Diane Serksnis, Carole Baizel, Dawn Appleton. MISSING: Use Dougherty, Sharon Machine, Mrs. Eleanor Weigand. 



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VICA 



Vocational Industrial Clubs of America was a state-wide organization, which was formed from classes 
like Diversified Cooperative Training. VICA enabled young adults to come to an understanding of the busi- 
ness world's competative atmosphere. Many students competed in their selected fields in state and 
nationwide contests. 




BOTTOM ROW. LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Johnson, Laura Anderson, Eric Himmelman, Nadine McLean, Mike Semega. SECOND ROW: Laura 
Plavcan, Cathy Lehman (president), JoAnne Oyaski (secretary). THIRD ROW: Mr. Eichhorn (advisor), Alan Leinweber (treasurer), 
Bonnie Brooker, Jenny Gephart, Sue Archacki, Kathy Mendoza, Terl Blakeley (Vice-president, Queen), Pat IHrivak, Linda Turk. 
FOURTH ROW: Duane Reschke, Barb Chuha, Debbie Market, Carole Manion, Tracy Wintle, Jim Perl. 



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THE PRINTERS 

These people make up the Voca- 
tional Graphic Arts club. They do ail 
of the printing for the school, ranging 
from the Survey to the hall passes and 
cut slips that the faculty uses! Many 
hours are spent preparing these items, 
with fine quality work turned out every 
time. 




BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Traina, Don Traina. SECOND ROW: Lester 
Kazol, Jim Eireman, Brian Houser, Kelly Mains. 



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Because of their outstanding performances in their respective varsity sports, these men 
became members of the Lettermen. They helped to raise funds for maintaining the teams' 
equipment and uniforms, helping to ease the athletic department's budget. These men 
deserved much recognition for their athletic accomplishments and fund-raising activities. 





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Gold, John Ryder. SECOND ROW: Steve McKenna, Chris Dole, Ed Delaney, Dave Ulepic, Jim Sum- 
ner, Jack Gregorin, Mark Centa, Dave Yeckley, sponsor Ron Seymour. 







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Probably the most creative pub- 
lication at the high school was the 
Eucuyo, Euclid's literary magazine. 
The Eucuyo is unique in that the 
innermost thoughts and refined 
talents of Euclid's students are 
expressed through the poetry and 
short stories which are printed. 
The Eucuyo is published once 
each year, and the staff members 
worked hard sorting through 
hundreds of pieces of literature 
which is donated to them, choos- 
ing only the best for the final 
publication. 




FRONT: Heather Stump, editor-in-chief. BACK: Linnea Purvis, short story ed.; Evie Pana, art ed. 
Ted Baldassarre, asst. ed.; Lauren Parsons, poetry editor; Patty DeMarco, asst. art ed. 



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^\^ reform in the United States? Well, any of the Debate Club members will discuss 

■" the topic, as evidenced by their success in the district debate tournaments. The 

members of the Debate Club are pictured below. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: 

Pam Wright, Ms. Janis Jordan, Nancy Pryatel. SECOND ROW: Holly McClurg, Rich 

Jambor, Brian Remona. MISSING: Jim Claybough, Doug Jones. 




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Ted Baldassarre. Joan Deveney. Cathy Santa, Gary Shay. MISSING: Patty DeMarco. 



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Survey Editorial, LEFT TO RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: Lorraine Peters, Mary Clarlte, Linnea Purvis, Vesna Matic, Patty DeMarco, 
Sue Liggett. SECOND ROW: Eric Hanson, Peggy Laycock, Donna Jurman, Mary McCullough, Joanna McCaskie, Karen Keller, 
Marc Freedman, Ted Baldassarre, Laurie Foreman. MISSING: Kirk Bonnie, Nancy Mikovic, Ouane Reschke, Chuck Sherrill. 




Editor (in-need!) Mary Clarke. 



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Survey editors, LEFT TO RIGHT: Laurie Foreman — Sports, Mary Clarke — Editor-in-chief, 
Linnea Purvis — Managing Editor, Patty DeMarco — Art. NOT PICTURED: Nancy Mikovic — 
Managing Editor. 




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Advisor Jane Blabolil. 





Survey Business staff: Doreen Bakvic, Elaine 
Deptola, Pat Doyle, Beda Federici, Joe Freeh, 
Lee Ann Glinski, Cindy Haney, Mary Holmes, 
Barbara Hribar, Michelle Jamnik, Ellen Kast, 
Diane Lang, Diane Lockhart, Val Lombardo, 
Peggy McLoughlin, Mary Kay Joyce, Brenda 
Loraw, Joann McCaskie, Tami Meany, Steve 
Medves, Bethann Miller, Cheryl Petrick, Cynthia 
Rhyne, Patricia Roeder, Mary Schneider, Rose 
Simek, Julie Stragishe, Veronica Terril, Tina 
Troha, Linda Yeckley. 



THE UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPER 



All year long, the Euclidian and Survey staffs enjoyed a friendly rivalry as 
the two chief publications at the high school. The Survey staff worked hard 
to write articles and meet deadlines so that each newspaper was read and 
appreciated by fellow students. A large magazine issue came off the presses 
in December and sucessfully proved the staff's talents. An added feature 
in this year's Survey was the creation of a serial soap opera, "As the Survey 
Turns." 



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I'm a Surclidian (a Survey and Euclidian member). 



Euclidian Staff: 1. Jim Simeo, 2. Rob Frank, 3. Bill 
Hanlon, 4. Cheryl Frank, 5. Sylvia Krulc, 6. Laura 
Plavcan, 7. Jackie Mihelcic, 8. Chuck Sherrill, 
9. Paul Stroud, 10. Jean Mason, 11 Sue Moeller, 
12. Sue Prizzi, 13. Debbie Polaski, 14. Kelly Kozak, 
15. Hannah Gleisser, 16. Bernie DiSanta. 







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ROW 1, BOTTOM TO TOP: Nora Burke, 
Becky Stephens, LaVerne Nocera, Laura 
Sustar. Bill Lyie, Rich Pappas, Diane 
Rebeck, Ivana Rozman, ROW 2: Anny 
Hill, Mary Pat Cosgnff, Dottie Schultz, 
Beth Stephens, Sheri Mikanovich, Robin 
Pinkava, Debbie Carson, Norm Reed, 
Laura Plavcan. 



Advisers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Nathaniel Dickinson. Robert Hall. 



Dedicated beyond compre- 
hension is the only phrase that 
even comes close to describing 
the yearbook staff. Out of about 
60 persons who worked on the 
book, there was a group of about 
one dozen who carried the 
weight. Without each person's 
help, no matter how small, it 
never could have been done. 
The troubles we had involved 
broken cameras, winter school 
closings, missed deadlines, lost 
pictures, mistakes, and human 
frailties. The amount of time 
spent on this book is immeas- 
urable — vacation days spent at 
work parties, dinner hours stuck 
in the Euclidian office, sacrificed 
lunch periods, wee hours of the 
morning spent on the Senior 
section, and the constant worry! 
There were fun times, too: ice 
skating parties, workshops, and 
fifth period lunch. 

But the best reward was to see 
the emergence of the product 
of all our hard work. The time 
and care put into this publica- 
tion seems worth it all when the 
last page is printed and the book 
is complete. 



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One word that described why the 
students came back to school on 
Wednesday evenings was "SPIRIT!" 
Organized by Student Council, this 
group of energetic and fun-loving 
people called their club Spirits. They 
painted creative signs that were hung 
in the school's hallways, which in- 
spired Euclid's various teams to sound 
victories. 





L-2-3GETDOWN! 

An organization with nearly 100 students, 
the Euclid Panther marching band worlted 
hard during eight days of August to learn the 
fundamentals of marching. Under the direc- 
tion of Arthur Sydow and assistant Greg 
Kochan, the band performed such shows as 
the Euclid script, "TV Shows" and such 
songs as "Bandstand Boogie," "The Hustle," 
"Long Time No See," and their "Free Ride" 
dance. Their spirit was the backbone of the 
pep assemblies, and they helped inspire the 
football team. Their woric on their float won 
the Marching Band first place during the 
Homecoming Parade and the "Free Ride" 
dance awed the visiting bands, as well as 
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, LEFT TO RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: Sue Hadzima, Quelo Heath, Eric Jochum, 
Liz Conway, Becky Stephens, Sandie DiTomaso. ROW TWO: Nancy Nemecek, Marty LaCava, Lisa 
Pensantis, Jody Holloway, Carmi Tancredi, Ron Ranallo. ROW THREE: Sue Knight, Bob Gold, Laurie 
Neff, Jan Novotny, Nannette DiTomaso. 



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THE MINI-GOVERNMENT 

The Student Council was the only recognized voice of the student body. They had numerous projects this 
year, but their main achievements were the success of Homecoming and Winter Festival. They were responsi- 
ble for organizing the pep rallies and assemblies. They worked hard in raising money for us to obtain vending 
machines for the E-Room, such as the air hockey and the juke box. Student Council made possible the third 
annual Bloodmobile drive, and they prepared Thanksgiving ba^'^ets and a Christmas party. Without their help, 
Euclid's student body would have gone unheard with their suggestions to improve the school. 



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Officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: 

Sandie DiTomaso (Sec- 
retary), Randy South 
(president), Marty La- 
Cava (Vice-president), 
Laune Neff (Treasurer). 




Student Council, SENIORS: Ted Anderson, Patty Arnold, Monte Carlo, Mike Cefaratti, Tony Cell, Bob Gold, Sue Hadzima Consuelo Heath. 
Jody Holloway, Linda Ice, Andy Kendro, Barb Kirchner, Sue Knight, Jan Novotny, Jim Orme, Diane Rado, Ron Ranallo, Peggy Rinderle. 
Bob Ruuska, Dotty Schultz, Becky Stephens, Marylou Stermole. Shari Strauss, Paul Stroud, Mary Ellen Turk. JUNIORS: Karen Alaburda, 
Jeff Cika, Donna James, Ruth Jerome, Lori Katz, Chuck Keay, Diane Nacinovich, Tory Neff, Nancy Nemecek, Jenny Otcasek, Lisa Pen- 
santis. Liana Phillips, Adam Shunk, Kim Snyder, Carmie Tancredi, Marian Wallace, Chris Whaling, Helen Pavlovic, Beth Stephens, Karen 
Cooke, Gail Suscheck, Larry Insana. SOPHOMORES: Lisa Bachman, Mary Beth Ficere, Kim Terrill, Eric Jochum, Nanette DiTomaso, Donna 
Miller, Liz Conway. 



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HONORED 
JOURNALISTS 

International Quill and Scroll was a select group of 
students who were chosen as members due to their 
outstanding journalistic achievements on any of the 
school's publications. These members of Eucuyo, 
Survey, and Euclidian demonstrated their editing and 
literary abilities through service and management with- 
in their club, and this talent was recognized and ap- 
preciated by their nomination and acceptance into 
I.Q.S. by their advisors. The editors of the Survey, 
Eucuyo, and Euclidian, Mary Clarke, Heather Stump 
and Sylvia Krulc, respectively, served as presidents of 
the club. 




Survey Editorial I.Q.S. members. 




Euclidian I.Q.S. members. 



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Euclidian 

Nancy Ayers 
Cheryl Frank 
Eric Hanson 
Mark Harmon 
Amy Hill 
Kim Kaifesh 
Kelly Kozak 
Sylvia Krulc 
Jean Mason 
Vesna Matic 
Gloria Petrick 
Debbie Polaski 
Sue Prizzi 
Norm Reed 
Nancy Santa 
Beth Stephens 



Eucuyo 

Carl Baldassarre 
Jean Deveney 
Laurie Neff 
Evie Pana 
Lauren Parsons 
Jan Schimpf 
Gary Shay 
Heather Stump 



Survey Business 

Pat Doyle 
Sue Liggett 
Diane Lockhart 
Peggy McLaughlin 
Cheryl Modic 
Tina Troha 
Linda Yeckley 




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Mary Clarke 
Patty DeMarco 
Laurie Foreman 
Peggy Laycock 
Vesna Matic 
Mary McCullough 
Nancy Mikovic 
Lorraine Peters 
Duane Reschke 
Kirk Sonnie 



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Euclid's senior inductees. 




Junior inductees: Lynn Badstlbner, Michael Bartok, Judith Blazun, Kathleen Bolsar, Judith Bohn, Lynn Borzi, Stephen Bour, 
James Bradshaw, Eilleen Busdiecker, Deborah Carson, Karen Cooke, James Daugherty, Frank Dobler, Christopher Dole, 
Jack Downer, Maria Draxler, Victoria Dubecky, Donna Ellenbest, Margaret Eyman, Helen Fablanich, Beda Federici, Nancy 
Filsinger, Cheryl Frank, Edward Franko, Marc Freedman, Lynn Garapic, Judith Garrett, Lee Glinski, John Glovan, Stanley 
Gregorin, Jeffrey Hauser, David Henry, Lora HIabse, Mary Ice, Richard Jambor, Ruth Jerome, Charles Kapec, Paula Kay 
Kardos, Lori Katz, Karen Keller, Joanne Klepacki, Evelyn Kohler, Kim Krawczyszyn, Stefanie Krofina, Teresa Kuklica, Laura 
Lick, Keith Lockhart, George Mazzaro, Teresa Melfi, Lisa Meyer, Diane Micale, Kathleen Mihelich, Cheryl Morabito, Nancy 
Ann Nemecek, Angela Oberaitis, Laura Ogden, Scott Parker, Eva Parziale, Beatrice Petraska, Deborah Petrich, Gloria Petrick, 
Kenneth Powell, Nancy Pryatel, Diane Rebeck, Marcia Reed, Sandra Lee Reid, James Roeder, Lynn Sample, Laura Scher- 
barth, Janice Schimpf, Ellen Sesek, Philip Setnik, Sally Sidak, Bryan Speece, Louise Sper, Gail Suscheck, Julie Szoiek, Robert 
Thomas, Beth Thompson, Jeffery West, Debra Williams, Denis Wolowiecki, Dawn Woodruff, Lynn Wutchiett. 



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Senior Inductees: Mark Amoroso, Michael Batchko, Janelle Berzin, 
Spencer Brady, Linda Bratlna, Richard Bregitzer, Gregory Brentar, 
Michael Cefaratti, Karen Centa, Joseph Choromanski, Mary Clarke, 
Mary Pat Cosgriff, Patricia DeMarco, Cheryl Deoma, Bryan Derreberry, 
Mary Beth Ooblekar, Kenneth Oorsch, Susan Duffy, Perry Edelbergs, 
Joseph Freeh, Margaret Gizzi, Linda Glick, Judith Godnavec, Tina Greig, 
Timothy Henkel, Laura Hood, David Jones, Deborah Jordan, Shawn 
Kahl, Lauren Kazen, Gary Keefe, Barbara Kirchner, Timothy Kooser, 
Deborah Leveno, Debra Lusky, Edward Lube, Debra Lee Manfredonia, 
Carole Manlon, Deborah Markert, Catherine Melfi, Sheri Mikanovich, 
Laura Neff, Charles Nicholls, James Orme, Joanne Oyaski, Mary Beth 
Perry, Lorraine Peters, Diane Pierce, Cheryl Powell, Michael Pozun, 
Roberta Prioreschi, Susan Prizzi, Diane Rawlings, Helmut Richardt, Vin- 
cent Rozman, Timothy Russell, Robert Ruuska, David Saletrik, Thomas 
Salopek, Kathleen Sands, James Schmidt, Gary Shay, Michael Svilar, 
Carol Troha, David Ulepic, Gary Wolf. 



SCHOLARLY 
STUDENTS 

National Honor Society consisted of students with 
high grade point averages who were also active in com- 
munity and school activities. A cautious selection pro- 
cess which followed the dicta of a national charter in- 
sisted on a close inspection of applicants' records. For 
this reason, a student chosen for membership was 
likely to carry good qualities of leadership, scholarship, 
and service with him through life, being an asset to 
society. 




Senior NHS members: Thomas Anderson, Patricia Arnold, Denise Ayers, Nancy 
Ayers, Douglas Boone, Phillip Braun, John Brodhacker, Emily Burns, Patrick 
Campbell, Marilyn Carter, Sherry Cebul, Nada Coso, Daniel Crawford, Jean 
Czyzycki, Carol Dallos, Patricia De Frain, Sandra Di Tomaso, Louise Dommer, 
Jameis Drobnick, Mary Erdani, Daryl Fanney, Renee Fetko, Laurie Foreman, 
Carolyn Franko, Linda Fresenko, Christine Gelev, Elizabeth Goldrich, Paul 
Gubanc, Susan Hadzima, Mark Harmon, Joseph Hegedus, Susan Helmsoth, 
Amy Hill, Jo Anne Holloway, John Jue, Kim Ann Kaifesh, Thomas Knific, Susan 
Knight, Laura Korynoski, Sylvia Krulc, Diane Kwasny, Ingrid Lackner, Robin 
Lamm, Diane Lockhart, Nicolette Lowe, Amy Lutz, Jeanne Mason, Nancy 
Mikovic, Catherine Miller, Roger Miller, Eric Mizner, Susan Moeller, Diane Mc- 
Carty, Holly McClurg, Evelyn Pana, Lauren Parsons, Susan Petscher, Robin 
Pinkava, Debbie Polaski, Linnea Purvis, Diane Rado, Ronald Ranallo, Margaret 
Rinderle, Katherine Rossmann, Nancy Santa, Jeffrey, Schellentrager, Jeffrey 
Schuffert, Charles Sherrill, Connie Sims, Randal South, Denise Smith, Mary- 
lou Stermole, Sharon Strauss, Heather Stump, Valerie Tancredi, Beth Ann 
Telich, Carolyn Thompson, Mary Ellen Turk, Randolph Turk, Audrey Urbancic, 
Joyce Waschura, Scott Wilson, Scott Wise, Paul Yanchar, Donna Zuro. 



NHS Officers 

Randy Turk — President 

Jean Mason — Vice president 

Amy Hill — Secretary 

Chris Gelev — Treasurer 



239 



COMPUTER 
JOCKS 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Jones, Norm Reed, Gary Keefe, Mike Kupfer. Kevin Halberg, Kathy Rossmann, 
Mr. Reno. 




The Computer Jocks provided Euclid 
High with many beneficial projects. 
Through the efforts of these industrious 
students, many programs were com- 
pleted to aid both student and teacher 
alike. The Senior Index, general elections 
(Homecoming, Winter Festival, and Stu- 
dent Council), and various games such 
as Jet Land, Blackjack, Tragectory, and 
Drop (a physics project, using a series 
of questions and calculations to drop 
a "bomb), have been developed, com- 
piled, and executed by Computer Jocks' 
members. In addition to working on 
their own, members also found time 
to help any student or teacher with 
questions concerning the computer. This functional club is multiplying in numbers, and should continue to do 
so as interest in computer technology increases. 



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Activities Index. 



Activity 



Page 



Activity 



Page 



Accounting 219 

Ad Club 217 

American Field Service (AFS) 201 

Audio Aides 192 

Bands 196,197 

Boys Swim Leaders 180 

Cheerleaders 188,189 

Child Care 206,207 

Childrens Drama Club 211 

Choirs 194,195 

Clerk-Typists 218 

Cooperative Office Education (COE) 222 

Computer Jocks 240 

Cosmetology 208,209 

Data Processing 220 

Debate 225 

Euclidian 228,229 

230,231 

Eucuyo 224,225 

Fall Play 190,191 

Girls Athletic Association (GAA) 204 

Girls Gym Leaders 202,203 

Girls Swim Leaders 180 

Homecoming /6,77 

78,79 

International Quill and Scroll (IQS) 236,237 

Investment Club 212 

KeyClub 182,183 

Kids for Earth 213 



Lettermen 224 

Majorettes 184,185 

Marching Band 233 

Media Aids 192 

Metal Sculpture 200 

National Honor Society (NHS) 238,239 

Occupational Work Experience (OWE) 216 

Pink Panthers 183 

Pinochle Club 192,193 

Powder Puff 186,187 

Radio Club 193 

Red Cross 200 

Science Seminar 204,205 

Ski Club 181 

Soph. Jr., Sr. Classes 198,199 

Spirits 232 

Stenography 221 

Student Council 234,235 

Student Store 205 

Survey 226,227 

VICA 223 

Vocational Graphic Arts 223 

Wai Napolo 202,203 

Winter Festival 96,97 

98,99 

Winter Play 214,215 

Wrestling Aides 211 

Writing Club 213 

500 Mile Club 210 



240 



To CAS and SSK: 
Thanks for 
everything. 



Uncle Mike: 
Thank you for 
making all the 
rough times 
OK and all the 
good times 
better. Going 
to the plant was 
really great. We 
love you and 
vi/ouldn't trade 
you for anyone 
else in the 
w/orld — maybe 
it's- your al 
shave! -' 




ABAZIA, CASIMIR — Cas 

ABAZIA, CHERYL— Arpege 

' Investment Club 
O.E.A.Club 



12 
11.12 



ABRAHAM, CHARLES J. 

ABRAMCZYK, RONALD M.— Ron 

ABRAMCZYK, TIMOTHY J. 
Brammy Ja^^^^^^,^ 

Spirits (Bananas) ^^^^^'^ 10 

Baseball 10 

J.V. Basketball 10 

Basketball 11 

ADAMS, KENNETH A— Ken 

ALBANESE, CAROL A. — Carol 



Powder Puff Football Gold 
lOE 

Stenography Club 
O.E.A. Secretary 

ALECCI, DONNA — Donna 
ALLWOOD, JUDY A. — Judy 

O.E.A.Club 



12 
11,12 
11,12 

11 



AMOROSO, MARK L.— M< 


r. ^^ 


AFS 


10-12 ■; 


J.V. Baseball tJ^ 

Gym Leaders X 4BM 


10 .4 


■g^^lO.ll 


NHS " 


"W^ 12 


ANASTASI, SUSAN K.— S 


ue 


Band 


10-12 


Marcbing Band 


10-12 


Orchestra 


12 


ANDERSON, LAURA M. 




V.I C.A. 


12 


ANDERSON, THADEUS J. 


— TJ 


Choral Masters 


10,11 


Varsity Chorale 


12 


Key Club 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11.12 


indoor Track 


10-12 


Track 


10-12 


Water Polo 


10 


Student Council 


11,12 


Swifn Leaders Boys 


12 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Letterman Club 


10-12 


ANDERSON, THOMAS R.- 


—Tom 


KeyClub 


10-12 


Key Club V.Pres. 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Investment Club 


12 


ANDREWS, DEBRA K. — Debbie 


Ad Club 


11.12 


Swim leaders Girls 


10.11 


Wal Napolo 


11.12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11 , 


Senior Class 


12 


MaloretteClub 


10.11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


APPLETON, DAWN M. 




C.O.E.Ciub 


12 


Gymnastics 


10 


O.E.A. Club 


12 



ARAPS, AMELIA E.— Amy 
ARCHACKI, SUSAN M.— Sue 
ARCHIBALD, JACaLINE— Jackie 
ARMSTRONG, RICHARD A.— Rick 



student Stora 
Investment Club/ 



ARNOLD, JUDITH LYNN— iludy 



—Si 



10,11 
12 



Childrens Drama Club 
Pinochle Club 
Girl's Chorus 
Choral Masters 
Red Cross Club 



10 
II 
10 
11,12 
10 



242 



ARNOLD, PATRICIA ANN— Patty 

Jr. Class 11 

Senior Talent Night 12 



Euclidian Staff 


10.11 


6AA 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Student Council 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Girl's Volleyball 


10 


Powder PuH Football Gold 


12 


Senior Cabinet 


12 


Senior Class 


12 



BATCHKO. MICHAEL J.— Mike 



ATEN, LISA A.— Lisa 
AUSFLUG, CHRISTIANE— Chris 




NHS 


12 


BATDORF, LINDA M. 




DaUProd%MngClub 
O.E.A, CluKo 
O.BK. Secretary 


11.12 

11.12 

12 




AYERS, DENISE A. — Denise 



AFS 

Euclidian staff 

Majorette Club 

NHS 

Ski Club 

Swim Leaders Girls 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Senior Class 

Teacher's Aid 



A^S, NANCY J.— Erz 



Eutiifdian Salesman 

Humanities East 

NHS 

Swim Leaders Girls 

Girl's Chorus 

Choral .Masters 

IQS 

LLAHTtBborClub 



10-12 

10 

-40 

11.12 

11.12 

11 

12 

. 12 

10-12 



10-12 
12 
10 

11.12 

11. li 
10 

ll.K 
12 
12 



BAUER, TIMOTHY A. 
BEALKO, LAURA — Laurie 
BECERRA, JESSE 
BECKER. CHARLES F.— Chuck 

J.V. Baseball 
Chess Club 

BEHRA, JOHN E.,,^>--v^ 

BELLE, LORRAINE L. 

BELVISO, MICHAEL— Belfrlto 



K ^ 



BACHMANN, ROBERT W. — Bach 

tCON, BEVERLY Jk 
tenographyClub 11,12 

BAGWELL, W. ANTHONY— Tony 

BAIZEL, CAROLE A. 



C.O.E. Club 

O.E.A. Club « 

C.O.E. Club V. Pres. f 

Teacher's Aid f 

BALASKO, JOHNNA M. 

GAA 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Majorette Club 
4: Majorettes 
; Powder Puff Football Gold 

Senior Class 



12 
12 
12 
11 



10 

10.11 

10-12 

11.12 

12 

12 



BALDASSARRE, CARL ED— Ted 

Eucuyo Editor 

Writing club 

IQS 

Survey Business 



BARBA, DAVID G. — Dave 
BARBATO, SANDRA L.— Sandy 

Gym Leaders 11.1 

BARBO, PATRICIA M.— Patty 
BARILE, THERESA— Daisy 
BARNES, ANNETTE 
BARNES. DALE R.— Blue 

InvestmentClub 
BARNETT, SAUNDRA LEE — Sandy 



Swim Leaders Girls 
Girl's Swimming 



10.11 

I 10 



BARRY, PAUL J. — Scub 
BARTEL, JOSEPH F.— Nick JoSe 
BASAR, SUSAN— Sue 
BASHLINE, GWENDOLYN— Gwen 
BASLER, CRAIG T.— Base 



I 



Gym Leaders 


124 


Kay Club 


11,12' 


Letterman Club 


1012 


Spirits (Bananas) 


12 


500 Mile Club 


11.12 


J.V. Cross Country 


10 


Cross Country 


11.12 


J.V. Indoor Track 


10.11 


Indoor Track 


12 


J.V. Track 


10.11 


Track 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 



Sfu dent Council 
Wrestling 
Spirits (Bananas) 


pil 


BERARDINELLI, LORETTA- 


-R«tta 


BERGMAN, JOHN R. 


Jta 


BERZIN, JAN£I.LE 1. — Jan^ 


M 


Teacher's Aid M 
NHS , ■ 
O.E.A.Club ■ 


I 


BESSEtMAN, KAREN M. 




Jr. Class ^~'" 
Spirits (Banana*) 
Senior Talent Night 
Senior Class 
Marching Band 
Band 


11 
10-12 

12 

12 

10-12 

10-12 




BIELFELT, LAlg^EN A. 



BLAIN, KEITH W. — Keith 



Data Processing Club 


11,12 


O.E.A.Club 


11.12 


O.E.A. President 


11,12 


O.E.A. Treasurer 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Talent NIgfti 


12 


LAKELEY, TERESA E.— Terl 




D.C.T. 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


V.I.C.A. 


12 


Girl's Chorids 


10 


SeniorTal^t Night 


12 



I 
BLASE, PATRICIA A.— Patti 

BLASKOVIC, ROBERT A.— Blask 
InvestmentClub 12 

BLISS, DEBBIE J. — Debbie 
Metal Sculpture Club 11,12 

BLOSSER, BRUCE E. 



RadloClub 
Teacher's Aid 
Student Store 

BLOlt, IVY L.— Iv 

I 
BOLllENBACHER. BARBARA 

BOONE. DOUGLAS W. — D.W. 



NHS 
Band 
Marching Band 


11.12 
10-12 
10-12 


BORDONARO, JEFFREY T. 

f Kay Club 

Swim Leaders Boys 


— Bord 


10 
11 


^OSCO. CARL B.— Lily 




'^ VBOSHER. KENNETH 




^FbOSSARD. JAMES B. 




Crou Country 
Powder Puff Coach 
Senior Class 


10 
12 
12 





BOWERS, LEONARD 



WMAN, SARAH ANN 



Powder Puff Football Blue 


^ 


Girl's Chorus 


Sports Aid _^ 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) ';mF 


10.11 


Pink Panther Club mm 


10,11 



BRADAC, PHILIP P. 

BRADY, SPENCER L;<— Sea Ray 



Kid^ 



Swim Leaders BJ)I* 


11,12 


Indoor Track 


10-12 


Track 


1012 


Football 


10-12 


J.V. Indoor Track 


10 


NHS 


12 



BRADY, THOMAS L. 

BRASS, NANCY ANN 

Stenography Club 
O.E.A. Club 




AF^Presldent 

NHS: 

Band 
Marching 
Pep Ba 
Orchestra 
Stage Band 
Senior Talent Nil 
P.T.S.A. 

BRECHUN, JUDI K. — Judi 
BREEDEN, RONALD E. 
BREGITZER, RICHARD D. 
BRENTAR, GREGORY J. 




Football 

Letterman Club fl^^ 
Investment Club '^^B 
^ MHS , ^ 


12 

12 

^^^12 


BRICKMAN, GERALD J. 




J.V. Football 


10 


BRINKO, ROB»^^^ 


tr 


Archery Club ^^^| 


P u 


BRINKO, RONALD A. 




Q.W.E. 


11,12 


BRODHACKER, JOHN R. 


— ^Tricks 


Key Club 
Science Seminar 
Senior Talent Night 
NHS 
Teacher's Aid 


10-12 
11,12 

11 

11,12 
10-12 



BRONAKA, MICHAEL L. 



BRONKALL, BONNIE J. 



nf^V'-'. 



Majorettes 


12 


Majorette Club 


10,11 


Pink Panther Club ^ 


10,11 


Jr. Class 


11 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11 


Senior Class 


12 


ROOKER, BONNY M. 




D.C.T. 


12 


V.I.C.A. 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 



BROWSKI, ROBERT — Taz .Onick 
BRYAN, PATRICIA S. 
BUCCERI, NICHOLAS R 



""^^fH 



Foreman Club 
J.V. Baseball 

BURKE, TERESE M. 

WalNapoloV. Pres. 
Swim Leaders Girls 
Senior Class 
Wal Napoio 



12 



12 

10-12 

12 

10-12 



BURNS, EMILY— Em 

NHS 11,12 

Wal Napolo Sect. 12 

Swim Leaders Girls 10,11 

Pink Panther Club 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

Senior Cabinet — 12 ' 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Varsity Chorale 11,12 

Jr. Cabinet u 

Powder Puff Football Blue t2 

Girl's Chorus 10 

GIrrtSwImming 10 

Wal Napolo 11,12 

BUSKER, FLORENCE— Lorl 



Ski Club 
Spirits (Bananas) 

BUSHER, JAMES — Bush 

BRYNE, KEVIN B. 

CAMPBELL, PATRIC^J. G.— Pat 

Cross Country 



11 

11 



4 



Indoor Track 

Track 

NHS 

Key Club 

Swim Leaders Boys 

500 Mile Club 

Senior Class 



CAMPUS, ROBERT— Bob 



Swim Leaders Boys 

Powder Puff Ch.oerleader 

Tennis 

Senior Talent Night 

J.V. Tennis 

Senior Class 

(£E.A. Vice President 



< 



10-12 
10-12 
10-12 
11,12 
11,12 
11,12 
10-12 
12 



11,12 
12 

10-12 
12 
10 
12 
11 



CANDELA, ANNE E. 

Clerk-Typist 
Girl's Chorus 

CANNON, TERRY L. 
CAPADONA, KAREN M. — Cap 

GAA 

Gym Leaders 
C.O.E. Historian 
Girl's Basketball 
Girl's Track 
Jr. Class 

CARDILE, STEVEN F. 
CARLO, MONTE F. 



11 

10 



12 
12 
12 
11 
10-12 
11 



Student Council 


12 


Soccer 


10-12 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Swimming 


10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Gym Leaders 


10.11 


ARLSON, WILLIAM D. 


— Dave 


Choral Masters 


10 


Varsity Chorale 


11,12 


Hockey 


10-12 


Hockey Captain 


12 



CARNEY. MICHELE M.— Shellie 

Student Council 10 

CARTER, CHARLES R. — Chuck 
CASTEN. TIMOTHY L.— Tim 



Ski Club 
Choral Masten 
Water Polo 



10-12 

10,11 

11 



CEBUL, SHERRY A. — Sherri 

NHS 11.12 

Pink PantherClub 11.12 

Girl's Baseball 10.12 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Choral Masters 11 

Varsity Chorale 12 

Big Show 11 

SeniorClass 12 

Jr. Class 11 

Senior Talent Slight 12 

CEFARATTI, LEONARD 

O.E.A. Club 12 

CEFARATTI, MICHAEL— CeH 

Student Council 12 

Wrestling 10-12 



Choral Masters 




10 


Varsity Chorale 




11,12 


Big Show 


jf 


10-12 


Jr. Class 




11 


SeniorClass « 




12 


Senior Talent Night 




12 


Spirits (Bananas) 




12 


NHS 




12 


investment Club 


.A 


12 


CEK, PATRICIA LYNN-i-Mouse 


C.O.E. Club 




10 


Investment Club 




12 


O.E.A. Club 




12 


CEU, ANTHONY- 


-Mouth 




Spirlts (Bananas)^ 
Student Council r 


^tL 


10-12 




12 


Indoor Track \ 


*• - 


12 


Powder Puff Coach 


"^ 


12 


Senior Cabinet 


V 


12 


Varsity Chorale 


r 


11.12 


SeniorClass 




12 


SeniorTalent Night 




12 


investment Club 




12 


CENTA, KAREN A 






Ad Club 




10-12 


Euclidian Staff 




ll 


Gym Leaders 




NHS i 




12 


AFS ' 




10 


Teacher's Aid 




12 



CENTA, MARY A —Mary Ann 
CERBIN. BRIAN D. i 



Band 

Marching Band 
A.V 
Investment Club 


10 
10-12 
10-12 

12 


ETINSKY, CONSTANCE— Co 


nnie 


C.O.E. Club 
Stenography Club 
Investment Club 
O.E.A. Club 
OEA Historian 


12 

11 

12 

11,12 

11 



CHABRAND, DENISE— Dino 

O.E.A. Club 12 

CHIARA. EUGENE C. — Gene 

NHS 12 

CHOFFIN, RUSSEL D. — Chof 

Key Club 10 

Big Show 11.12 

ChlldrensDramaClub 10 

Fall Play 12 

CHOROMANSKI, JOSEPH— Joe 



AFS 

AFS Secretary 

ChlldrensDramaClub 

Key Club 

Marching Band 

Big Show 

Fall Play 

Winter Play 



^^ 



10-12 

12 

11 

10 

12 

11,12 

10,11 

10-12 



CHRISTMYER, MARY 



CHRISTOPHER, MICHAEL — Prone 

Wrestling 12 

J.V. Wrestling 10,11 

J.V. Football 10 

Letterman Club 12 

SeniorClass 12 

Band ICk 



CHUHA, BARBARA J. — Barb 

V.I.C.A. 12 

D.C.T. 12 

CHUKAYNE, ROBERT N. — Chick 

Soccer 10.11 

Track 12 

CHURCHILL, TERESA — Terri 

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

O.E.A. Secretary 12 

Clerk-Typist 11.12 

lOE 11 

CIGOY, FRANK A. — Cig 

Band 10-12 

Marching Band 10-12 




v» 



\ 



243 



.^% 



CIROTA, ANNETTE 

O.E.A.Club 11,12 

Gym Leaders 11,12 

Gym Leaders Treat. 12 

CIVITARESE, DINO 

Kids For Earth 11 

Football 12 

Letterman Club 12 

CLABOUGH, DEBRA J. 

Pink Panther Club 10,12 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 12 

Euclidian Salesman 12 

Senior Class 12 

CLABOUGH, JAMES R.— Clay 

Football 10-12 

J.V. Wrestling 10,11 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 12 

Weight Club 11 

Jr. Class 11 

Debate Club 12 

Letterman Club 11,12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

CLAPP, ROBERT B.— Robby 

Choral Masters 10,11 

Kids For Earth 12 

CLARKE, MARY — Clarke 

IQS 11,12 

Eucuyo 12 

Computer Jocks 11,12 

Survey Editorial 11,12 

Survey Editor In Chief 12 

NHS 12 

IQS Pres. 12 

CLARK, JOSEPH A. 

Jr. Class ^^^^S^F '^ 

Powder Puff Majorette " 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Investment Club 12 

COLANTONiO, DEAN A. 

COLARIC, JEROME J. 

COLLING, JOHN T.— Jack 



J.V. Football 


10 


Choral Masters 


10,11 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Senior Class 


12 



Letterman Club 


10 


Soccer 


10-12 


Jr. Class 


11 


SeniorCiass 


12 


Powder Puff Majorette 


12 


Investment Club 


12 


COLUMBUS, MICHAEL— Mike 




Cross Country 


10 


CONLEY, LESLIE J. 




Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Ski Club 


10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11 


Student Council 


11 


GAA 


11 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


COOK, JUANITA L.— NIta 




Horsemanship Club 


10 


Radio Club 


10 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Sports Aid 


10 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


COSGRIFF, MARY PAT — Cos 




Euclidian Staff 


12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


SeniorCiass 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


NHS 


12 


LLAHTreborClub 


12 


COSO, NADA— Chozo 




Euclidian Staff 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


SeniorCiass 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Teacher's Aid 


11,12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 



COUGHLIN, JAMES F. 
COULTER, GARRY J. 

O.E.A.Club 

O.E.A. Vice President 

Investment Club 



12 
12 
12 



COWLING, KATHERINE D. — Kathy 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Stenography Club 11,12 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

CRAWFORD, DANIEL A. — C-Dad 



Key Club 

Key Club V. Pres. 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Jr. Class 

SeniorCiass 

NHS 

Senior Talent Night 

CREDICO, PHILIP 

CROW, KEVIN L.— C. Roach 

Orchestra 

CURTIS, SUSAN — Sue 

CUTSHALL, MICHELLE M. 

CZYZYCKI, JEAN M. — Jean 



10,12 
11 
12 
11 
12 

11.12 
12 



NHS 


11 


GAA 


12 


Girl's Baseball 


11.12 


Girl's Volleyball 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Gymnastics 


11 


Jr. Class 


11 



DALLOS, CAROL K. — Carol 

NHS 

Pink Panther Club 

Pink Panthers V. Pres. 

Girl's Swimming 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

SeniorCiass 

Jr. Class 

Senior Talent Night 

Sports Aid 

DALTON, BARBARA J.— Barb 

Clerk-Typist 
lOE 

D'AMICO, DAVID V.— Dave 

Weight Club 
J.V. Football 

DANIEL, PAULA J. — Paula 

DANZINGER, LISA— Lisa 

C.O.E. Club 
NEOCOEC 
O.E A.Club 



11,12 
10,11 
12 
11 
12 
12 
11 
12 
11,12 



11,12 
11,12 



11,12 
10 



12 
12 

12 



DAUGHERTY, HAROLD E.— Doc 

Investment Club\. 12 

DAUGHERTY, SCOTT R.— Scott 



Investment Club 


12 


DAVIES, DANIEL— Stubbs 




DAVIES, DAWN M. 




Horsemanship Club 
Gymnastics 


11,12 
10 



244 



COSTANZO, DAVID A. 

Key Club 



DAW, DAVID A.— Dave 

DEBEVC, DANIEL R.— Dan D. 

indoor Track 11,12 

Track 11,12 

Football 11,12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

DELUCA, LOUIS P.— Luigi 
O.E.A. Secretary 11 

DELUCA, SUZANNE — Sue 

Data Processing Club 11,12 

O.E.A.Club 11,12 



Horsemanship Club 
Teacher's Aid 


10 
12 


DEMARCO, PATRICIA— Patty 




Survey Editorial 

Eucuyo 

IQS 

Majorette Club 

Pink Panther Club 

NHS 


10-12 
12 
11 
10 

11,12 
12 


DEOMA, CHERYL A. 




NHS 


12 


DERREBERRY. BRYAN S. 




Key Club 
Cross Country 
NHS 


12 
11 
12 


DEVENEY, JOAN M. — Burnout 


Eucuyo 
IQS 


12 
12 



DEVENEY, KATHLEEN A.— Kathie 
DI'BACCO, ROSE M.— Rosi 
DIECKMANN, KURT E. 



J.V. Soccer Captain 


10 


Soccer 


11,12 


DI'MARE, PAUL A. 




DIVINCENZO, DOMENIC 




Hockey 


11 


Investment Club 


12 


DfTOMASO, SANDRA— Sand 


e 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Eucuyo 


12 


GAA 


11 


Medical Careers 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Student Council Sect. 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


SeniorCiass 


12 


Student Council 


1112 


P.T.S.A. 


12 


OIVITO, DAVID 




Tennis 


12 


J.V. Tennis 


10 


J.V. Soccer 


11 


DOBLEKAR, MARY BETH 




NHS 


12 


O.E.A.Club 


12 



DOBRIN, DAVID 

DODD, ANTONIA L.— Ton! 

Horsemanship Club 
Gymnastics 

DOLES, DONNA M. 

Stenography Club 

DOLES, RICHARD A. 

DOLSEN, MICHAEL J. 



11 
12 



11,12 



Band 
Marching Band 


10-12 
10-12 


DOMITOR, MARCIA 




DOMITOR, MICHELLE 




DOMMER, LOUIS 




NHS 


11,12 


DORSCH, KENNETH W. 




Swim Leaders Boys 

Water Polo 

Water Polo Captain 

J.V. Swimming 

NHS 

Swimming 


11.12 

10-12 

12 

10 

12 

10-12 


DOTTORE, LOUIS C. 




Weight Club 
J.V. Football 


10 
10 



DOUGHERTY, ILSE M. 

O.E.A. Club 

DOWHAN, MARK A. 



DOYLE, DOUGLAS P. 

DOYLE, PATRICK J. 

Survey Bus. 

Data Processing Club 

Wrestling 

Computer Jocks 

O.E.A. Club 

IQS 

DROBNICK, JAMES R. 

Key Club V.Pres. 

NHS 

Indoor Track 

Track 

Key Club 

Gym Leaders 

Eucuyo 

Metal Sculpture Club 

DUCCA, BARBARA A 



EVERT, MICHAEL— Mike 



12 

11.12 

10 

11.12 

11.12 

12 



O.E.A. Club 

O.E.A. Parliamentarian 

DUDLEY, LUANN 




I— Dud ^^PP5) 



Powder PuH Football Gold 12 

Wal Napolo 12 

Pink Panther Club 12 

Swim Leaders Girls 12 

Euclidian Staff 12 

DUFFY, SUSAN T.— Sue 

Gym Leaders 12 

Majorettes 12 

Majorette Club 10.11 

Spirits (Bananas) 11,12 

Powder Puff Football Blue 12 

NHS 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Senior Class 12 

DUTKO, RONALD J. 

EBERSBACHER, MARK T.— Ebes 

Indoor Track 10-12 

Track 10-12 

Senior Class 12 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 12 

EBERWEIN, RAY C. 

ECKENRODE, MAUREEN A. 

Girl's Basketball 10 
EDELBERGS, PERRY E. — Perry 

NHS 12 

EHRHART, ROD ALLEN— Roddy 



Euclidian Staff 
Radio Club Treas. 
Radio Club 



10-12 
10 
11 



EIERMANN, JAMES R. — Iron Man 



Hockey 

Swim Leaders Boys 

ELLIS, STEVEN C— Steve 



12 
11,12 



ENGELKING, CHERYL— Little King 



Cheerleaders 


10,11 


GAA 


10,11 


C.O.E.Club 


12 


O.E.A. Club 


12 


Pink Panther Club 


10,11 


Swim Leaders Girls 


11 


Girl's Basketball 


10 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


ERDANI, MARY A. — Mare 




Ad Club 


10-12 


Cheerleaders 


12 


Chlldrens Drama Club 


10 


GAA 


10,11 


Gym Leaders 


12 


Medical Careers 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11,12 


Girl's Basketball 


10 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Teacher's Aid 


11,12 


Sports Aid 


10-12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 



ERDELAC, PERRY J. 
EVAN, JAMES M.— Jim 
EVANS, CYNTHIA L.— Cindy 



Senior Class 


12 


Powder Puff Coach 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Big Show 


11.12 


FABEC, EDWARD J.— Ed 




J.V. Soccer 


12 


Investment Club 


12 


FAGAN, LAURA A. 




FANNEY, DARYL R.— Fan 


m 


NHS 


11^12 


Wrestling 


10.11 


Key Club 


10,11 


FERENCAK, JOHN J. 




J.V. Football ^ 


4^10 


FETKO, RENEE 




Childrens Drama Club 


10 


Euclidian Staff 


10 


GAA 


10 


Majorettes 


11 


Majorette Club 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Girl's Volleyball 


10 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Fall Play 


12 


Senior Cabinet 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


FETTE, JOHN A. — Jack 




O.E.Club 


11,12 


Investment Club 


12 


FIDEL, SUSAN E.— Sue 




O.E.Club 


12 


FIGLER, JOANNE L. 




FLENDER, KURT C. 




FOREMAN, LAURIE ANN— 


-Laurie 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Choral Masters 


11 


Varsity Chorale 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Big Show 


12 


IQS 


12 


AFS 


11 


GAA 


10,11 


GAA V.Pres. 


12 


Gym Leaders 


11,12 


NHS 


11.12 


Survey Editorial Editor 


12 


Girl's Baseball 


10.11 


Girl's Basketball 


10-12 


AFS Treasurer 


12 


O.E.A. Club 


12 



FORMICA, MICHAEL A.— Mike j 

FOWLE, MARGARET L.— Peggy 

Big Show 11 

O.E.A. Secretary 12 

FOWLER, ADRIENNE 

FRANKO, CAROLYN M. — Carrie 



NHS 

Euclidian Staff 

Euclidian Salesman 

Girl's Baseball 

Girl's Volleyball 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

GAA 

Spirits (Bananas) 

FRECH, JOSEPH S. — Joe 

Data Processing Club 
Letterman Club 
O.E.A. President 
O.E.A. Treasurer 
Swim Leaders Boys 
Weight Club 
500 Mile Club 
Crosscountry 
J.V. Football 
Indoor Track 
Track 
NHS 
O.E.A. Club 

FREY, MARK H. 

Hockey 

FRIEDEN, ROBERT T. — Rob 



11.12 

11,12 

12 

10-12 

11,12 

12 

12 

10 



11.12 

12 

12 

11 

11.12 

10-12 

11,12 

11.12 

10 

10-12 

10-12 

12 

11.12 



10.11 



FRIEL, GORDON K.— Gordy 

J.V. Soccer 10.11 

FULTZ, JUDY A. 

GARGIULO, MARY B. 

Horsemanship Club 10,11 

Sports Aid 10-12 

GARRETT. RANDY G. 

O.E.A. Club 12 



GAYDOS, JEFF 

Childrens Drama Club 

Choral Masters 

Varsity Chorale 

Big Show 

Fail Play 

Senior Talent Night 



GEER, KATHY M. — Bug 



C.O.E.Club V.Pres. 
Horsemanship Club 
O.E.A. Club 
O.E.A. President 
O.E.A. Vice President 
Stenography Club 

GELETKA, NEIL F. 



GELEV, CHRISTINE W.— Chris 



Pink Panther Club 
NHS 



Powder Puff Football Gold 



GENELiUS, KAREN A. 
GEPHART, JENNY L. 



Sports Aid 
D.C.T. 

GILBERT, ROBERT— Gib 

Band 10 

Marching Band 10 

J.V. Baseball 10,11 

GIZZI, MARGARET A— Peggie 

AFS 12 

SportsAid ,^ 12 

Spirits (Bananas) " •*' 12 

SenlorTalentNlght 12 

NHS 12 

GLASER, WILLIAM D— Glas 

GLAVAN, DIANA M. 

GLICK, LINDA J. 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Girl's Chorus 10. 

AFS 11.12 ■ 

GAA 10.11 

Gym Leaders 11,12 
Humanities East 10 

NHS 12 

GLICKEN, LARRY M. 

GLICKER, ROBIN M. 




Spirits (Bananas) 

Ski Club 

Medical Careers 

GAA 

Girl's Chorus 


10-12 
10-12 

10 
10,11 

10 


GODLER, EMILY M. 




O.E.Club 


12 



GODNAVEC, JUDITH A.— Judy 

C.O.E.CIubPret. 12 

NHS 12 

O.E.A. Club 12 

GOLD, ROBERT S. — Bob 

Track 10-12 

Choral Masters 10.11 

Letterman Club 10-12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10-12 

Student Council 11,12 

500 Mile Club 11.12 

Cross Country Captain 12 

Cross Country 10-12 

Indoor Track 10-12 

Indoor Track Captain 12 

Track Captain 12 



-4 



245 



GOLDEN, MARY T. 

GOLDEN, PAMELA E.— Pam 

C.O.E.Club 
O.E.A.Club 
O.E.A. Secretary 
Stenography Club 
OEA Historian 

GOLDRICH, ELIZABETH— Lisa 

NHS 
Radio Club 



HADZIMA, SUSAN G.— Suzy 



12 
11,12 
11 
11 
11 



11,12 
10 



GOLE, CHRISTINE A. 



Ad Club 


10,11 


GAA 


10,11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


Girl's Basketball 


10 


Girl's Tennis 


10-12 


Girl's Volleyball 


10 


Powder Pu« Football Gold 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Class 


12 


RABINSKI, RUTH A.— 


-Ruth Babes 


Clerk-Typist V. Pre: 


11 


Clerk-Typist Sect 


11 


Pink Panther Club 


10 


Sports Aid 


12 



GRAHAM, HENRY A. 

GREGA, JANIS E. 

Powder Puff Football Gold 
Senior Class 
Sports Aid 

GREIG, TINA 

Ad Club 
Euclidian Staff 
Euclidian Salesman 
Girl's Chorus 
Sports Aid 
Teacher's Aid 
NHS 

LLAH Trebor Club 
Senior Talent Night 

GRGURIC, ANN — Charlie 

Majorette Club 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Investment Club 

GRIDA, OINO— Girda 

GROSS, KIMBERLY A. 

GRUBER, CHRISTOPHER 



12 

12 

10-12 



12 
10,12 
12 
10 
10.12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



10 
12 
12 



D.E.Club 


11,12 


Debate Club 


12 


USA «»AUL F. 




AFS 


11,12 


MedlC'-il Careers 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Choral Masters 


10 


Varsity Chorale 


11,12 


Big Show 


10-12 


Fall Play 


11,12 


Winter Play 


10,12 


Senior Talent Night 


11 


Chiidrens Drama Club 


10.11 


UGLIOTTA, JOANN — Gugs 




C.O.E.Club 


12 


C.O.E.CIubPres. 


12 


Choral Masters 


11 


O.E.A.Club 


12 


NEOCOEC 


12 


ULICH, DALE E.— Gilla Gorrilla 


Gym Leaders 


11 


Key Club 


10-12 


Weight Club 


1012 


J.V. Football 


10 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 



GULLO, TINA M. 

GAA 10 

GUNDLING, JOAN P.— Bunsen 



246 



Ad Club 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Sports Aid 

Majorette Club 


12 

12 

10.12 

11.12 

10 


ADZIMA, NICHOLAS J. 




J.V. Basketball 
Soccer 


10 
11 



Cheerleaders 


10-12 


GAA 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Student Council 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Big Show 


11,12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


HALL, DEBORAH D. 




Majorette Club 


10 


Pink Panther Club 


10 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Euclidian Staff 


10,11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


HALL. MARY J. 




HANAK, JOSEPH T.— Hondo 




C.O.E.Club 


12 


C.O.E. Pariimentarian 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


12 


J.V. Basketball 


10 


O.E.A.Club 


12 


NEOCOEC 


12 



HANLEY, MARY ELLEN— Mary 

HANLON, JUDITH M.— Judy Red 

Stenography Club n 

D.E.Club 12 

HANNAFORD. THOMAS E.— Tom 



Spirits (Bananas) 
J.V. Basketball 
Baseball 

HANSON, LISA L. 

Wal Napolo 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Senior Scandal 

Girl's Chorus 

Senior Class 

Sports Aid 

Powder Puff Football Gold 



HARMON, MARK T. 

Camera Club 

Euclidian Staff 

Euclidian Section Ed 

Key Club 

NHS 

Ski Club 

Survey Editorial 

Swim Leaders Boys 

J.V. Swimming 

Band 

Marching Band 

IQS 

Investment Club 

Bike Club 

LLAH Trebor Club 



11,12 

10 

10,11 



11 
12 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 



11 
11 
12 
11,12 
11,12 
11,12 
12 
11 
10 
10 
10 
12 
12 
10 
12 



HART, BETH A. 



HARVEY, DEBORAH M. — Debbie 

Chiidrens Drama Club lo 

Pink Panther Club lo 

O.E.Club 12 

HASSE, BARBARA J.— Barb 

Varsity Chorale 11.12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

HASTINGS, DANIEL J. — Spacetings 
HAUSRATH, DIANE LEE — Dee Dee 

stenography Club 11.12 

HEATH, CONSUELO — Quelo 



AFS 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Student Council 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

HECTOR, DAWN RENEE 

Euclidian Salesman 

FBLA V Pres 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

Big Show 

Senior Talent Night 

HEID, PHILIP C. 
HEIMSOTH, SUSAN E.— Sue 

Ad Club 
NHS 



12 
12 
12 
12 



11,12 
11 
12 

11.12 
12 



Girl's Swimming 


11 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Sports Aid 


10-12 


Stenography Club 


11,12 



HEISING. DANIEL A.— Dan 
HEMMERT, LEROY 
HENKEL, TIMOTHY S.— Tim 



Gym Leaders 12 

Letterman Club 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 12 
Baseball 11,12 

J.V. Baseball '10 

J.V. Basketball 10 

J.V. Basketball Captain 10 

Senior Class 12 

NHS 12 

HENNIE. RUSSELL E.— Howard 

J.V. Tennis 10 

NEOCOEC 12 

Investment 12 

O.E.A. Club 12 



HERP, ROBERT 

Voc. And Ind. Club 
Metal Sculpture Club 

HERRIS. DEAN E. 

Football 

HERSHEY, KATHLEEN- 



10,12 
10 



10-12 



-Kathy 



Choral Masters 


11,12 


Orchestra 


11,12 


HILL, AMY A.— Amos 




Senior Cabinet 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Euclidian Staff 


10-12 


Euclidian Section Ed 


12 


GAA 


10 


IQS 


11,12 


NHS 


11,12 


NHS Sect. 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


Girl's Tennis 


10-12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


10-12 


LLAH Trebor Club 


12 


HILL, CARL 0. 




HIMMELMAN, ERIC J. 




OCT. 


12 


HINK, ELLEN D.— Eilie 




Girl's Chorus s«,«,^ 


10 


Teacher's Aid ^*^^ 


K^ 12 



HIRSCH, BONNIE K. 
HLEBAK, SHARON A. 
HOBBS, ANTHONY 
HOGE, WILLIAM J. 
HOLCOMBE. LORA L.— Lori 



ICE 


11.12 


Clerk-Typist 


11,12 


lOLLOWAY, JO ANNE 




Jr. Class 


11 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10.12 


Ad Club 


11,12 


AFS 


10 


Student Council 


12 


Wal Napolo 


11,12 


Girl's Swimming 


10 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11 


Sports Ad 


10-12 


OMAR, KATHLEEN— KathI 




O.E.A. Club 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11,12 


Horsemanship Club 


10 



HONER, WALTER— Wally 
HOOD. LAURA L. — Hoodlum 







Pink Panther Club 


10-12 






Girl's Chorus 


10 


1,12 




Choral Masters 


11 


1.12 


4 


Sports Aid 


12 



Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Senior Scandal 12 

NHS 12 

HOPTON, DEBORAH A. — Hop 

Girl's Basketball 10 

Pink Panther Club 10- 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 



HRIBAR, BARBARA A. — Reeb 



Ad Club 
C.O.E. Club 
O.E.A. Club 
NEOCOEC 



11,12 
12 
12 
12 






HRIBAR, DIANE— Reeb 

Childrens Drama Club 
HRIVNAK, PATRICIA A. — Patty 

D.C.T. 
Girl's Track 



12 

10 



HROMYKO, CATHERINE A.— Kitty 



Ad Club 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Senior Class 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Majorette Club 

HRUTKAY, JOSEPH M.— Joe 

J.V. Football 
HUELSMAN, SUSAN A.— Sue 



12 
12 
12 

10,11 
10 



lit 



Majorette Club 

lOE 

lOE Treas. 



/ 



HUGHES, TIMOTHY M.— Tim 

HULIN, LORRETTA J.— Lori 

HUPP, WILLIAM 

HUSA, THOMAS J.— Tom 

lAFIGLIOLA, MICHAEL — Milte 

Debate Club 
Indoor Track 
Teacher's Atd 
Astronomy Club 

ICE, LINDA K.— Linda 

Ad Club 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Girl's Chorus 

Choral Masters 

Senior Class 

Student Council 

IPAVEC, DONALD M. — Ip 

IRVINE, JOYCE E. — Joyce 

Senior Talent Night 
ISBESTOR, CARRIE L. — Carrie 

Senior Talent Night 

IVANSEK, LOREN — Lori 



C.O.E. Club 
Pink Panther Club 
Senior Talent Night 
O.E.A. Club 
NEOCOEC 



JABLONSKI, RAYMOND— Ray 

O.E.A. Club 

JAKLIC, NADA F.— Abby 

Horsemanship Club 
Childrens Drama Club 
Writing Club 
GAA 
Teacher's Aid 

JAKLICH, CYNTHIA— Cindy 

JAKOVLIC, ANDREW M.— Andy 

JASIN, DAVID A. — Dave 

JAZBEC, KENNETH J.— Jazz 

JERINA, LIANE M. — Liane 




12 

11 

10-12 

11 



12 
12 
10 
11,12 
12 
12 




1^ 

12 



Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


Medical Careers 


10 


GAA 


10 



JOHNSON, ALFRED D — A! 
JOHNSON, DANIEL M.— Dan 

D.E.Club 11,12 

D.E. Club Treas. 12 

JOHNSON, JEFFREY D. — Jeff 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL D.— Mike 



KAVEL, DIANNE L. — Di 



J.V. Swimming 
Swim Leaders Boys 

JONES, DAVID— Dave 

AFS 

P. A. Club And Audio Aids 
Computer Jocks 
Teacher's Aid ^^ 

NHS ■ 

Investment Club ^* 

JONES, LORETTA L. — Lori 

JONES, RANDY E. — ^Jonesy 

Baseball 

J.V. Baseball 

Football ^^^^W 

J.V. Football i^H' • 



10 
11,12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



11,12 
10 

11,12 
10 



JORDAN, DEBORAH J. — Loch Ness 



Powder Puff Football Blue 
Girl's Chorus 
Majorette Club 
Senior Class 
Senior Scandal 
Sports Aid 
Teacher's Aid 
Stenography Club 
Pink Panther Club 
Spirits (Bananas) 
Survey Bus. 
Ad Club 
Archery Club 
NHS f^ 




JUE, JOHN 

Senior Scandal 
Key Club 
NHS 



JULIAN, MARK — Mark 



KAHL, SHAWN K.— Shawn 

Letterman Club 
Spirits (Bananas) 
Football 
Wrestling 
Wrestling Captain 
NHS 
Investment Club 

KAIFESH, KIM ANN — Kimbo 

Ad Club 

AFS 

Euclidian Staff 

Euclidian Section Ed 

Euclidian Salesman 

Gym Leaders 

IQS 

NHS 

Spirits (Bananas)* 

Student Store 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Teacher's Aid 

LLAHTreborClub 



.i<r> 



10-12 

10-12 

10-12 

10-12 

12 

12 

12 



1012 

10 

10-12 

11,12 

10-12 

11.12 

11,12 

11,12 

12 

10.11 

12 

12 

12 



KAISER, HEIDI J. 
KAPEC, JANICE E.— Jan 

KARABA, MICHAEL J.— Mickey 



"\ 



Baseball 
KARDUM, JOSEPH > 

Soccer 
KAROL, LESTER C. — Les 



11,12 

i 



C.O.E. Club 

Stenography Club 

O.E.A. Club 



1 

.— Taui 



KAZEN, LAUREN J.— llauren 

Euclidian Staff 
Medical Careers 
Senior Class 
Teacher's Aid 
Senior Scandal 
NHS 

KEEFE, GARY W. 

AFS 

J.V. Tennis 
Computer Jocks 
Senior Talent Night 
NHS 

KEELER, KATHRYN— Kathy 

Ski Club 

Girl's Swimming 

Teacher's Aid 

KEEVER, MICHAEL W.— Hutch 

KELLER, ROBERT A. 

KENDER, KENNETH A. 

KENDRO, ANDREW J. 

Track 

Student Council 
Writing Club 
Senior Class 
Forman Club 
Investment Club 

KERNS, JANET R. 

Stenography Club 
KERNS, JANICE A. 

NEOCOEC 

Stenography Club 

lOE 

O.E.A. Treasurer 

KERNYA, CAROL D. 

Ad Club 
Girl's Baseball 
Jr. Class 
Gymnastics 

KESTER, KELVIN L. 

Key Club 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 
Senior Talent Night ,^ 
Investment Club ^ 

KEYES, GERALD 

KIME, CLIFFORD C. 

Gym Leaders 

Letterman Club 

Weight Club 

Indoor Track V 

J.V. Football I 

Track ' 

KIMURA, LYNNE E. ,i? 



12 
11 
12 



10 
10 
10,12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
10,11 
12 
12 
12 



11 
10 

10,11 



10 
12 
12 
12 
11 
12 



12 
11 
12 

11 



10.11 
11 
11 

10,11 



10.11 
12 



12 



12 

11,12 
1012 
11.12 
10 
11,12 



"^ 



Science Seminar 
Girl's Baseball 



1 




KING, DAVID A. 

KING, MAURA 

KINGSMILL, SHARON 

D.E. Club V Pres. 
Senior Talent Night 
D.E.Club 



KiRCHNER. BARBARA A.— Kirch 




KASCAK, ROBERT— Bob 




Ski Club 


10-12 






Senior Class 


12 


KASTELIC, NANCY R. 




Swim Leaders Girls 
Big Show 


11 
10-12 






Fall Play 


12 


KATOSIC, JAMES S. 




Choral Masters 


11 






Girl's Chorus _ 


^^ 10 


AFS 


10,11 


Varsity Chorale M 


^H 12 


Student Store 


10.11 


Girl's Swimming •■ 


^^^ 11 


Tennis -^^^^g 


12 


Senior Talent Night "" 


^™^ 12 


Tennis ^^^M 


10 


Senior Scandal 


12 


O.E.A. Club '^^m 


11,12 


Student Council 


12 






Spirit (Bananas) 


10.11 


KAUNAS, JOHN R. ^ 


9it^^ 


Childrens Drama Club 


10 




^^^^Ht""^^— ■ 


_., Winter Play 


12 


Orchestra -w^^^^ 




m NHS 


12 



247 




|(IRO, EVELYNNE F. — Lynne 

Majorettes 11.12 

Majorette Club 10 

Pink Panther Club 10 

Spirits (Bananas) 10-12 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Senior Class 11 

Jr. Class 11 

Senior Talent Night 10-12 

KISH, ANNE ^krib 

KLEINHENZ, MICHAEL E. — Mike 

KLEINHENZ, MARK A.— Mark 

KLEPAC, KENNY A. 

KNrFIC, THOMAS R.— Tom 



AFS 
NHS 

Varsity Chorale 
Orchestra 
Stage Band 
Big Show 



10.11 
11,12 

12 
10-12 
10-12 

11 



KNIGHT, M. SUSAN — Susie 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

Senior Class 

Senior Talent Night 

GAA 

Gym Leaders 

Gym Leaders Sect. 

NHS 

Student Council 

Girl's Basketball 

Girl's Cross Country 

Girl's Track 

Spirits (Bananas) 

KOBETITSCH, WILLIAM— Bill 

Indoor Track 
Track 

KOCHEVAR, JOSEPH A. — Joe 



12 

12 

12 

10-12 

11.12 

12 

11,12 

12 

10,11 

10 

10-12 

10-12 



10-12 

10-12 



KOLLER, DOUGLAS R.— Doug 

J.V. Baseball 

Hockey 

Football 

KONCHAN, LINDA— Linda 

KOOSER, TIMOTHY J.— Kooz 



10 

10-12 

11 



Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Baseball 


10-12 


Bnketball 


11,12 


J.V. Basketball 


10 


NHS 


12 


ORDICH, LINDA ANN— Linda 


Senior Class 


12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Majorette Club 


10 


Girl's Tennis 


12 


Euclidian Staff 


10 


Investment Club 


12 


ORYNOSKI, LAURA LYN- 


— Korny 


GAA 


10,11 


NHS 


11,12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


11,12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 



KOSIR, ANTHONY J.— Tony 
KOSOVICH, KATHLEEN M.— Kos 

Girl's Basketball 10-: 

KOSS, JAMES W — Koose 



248 



Band 

Marching Band 

Orchestra 

Stage Band 

Big Show 

Senior Talent Night 

KOTAR, MARY 

Stenography Club 

O.E A. Club 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

KOVAC. JOSEPH— Joe 

^ O.E. Club 
KOVACH, CHRISTINE 



10-12 
10-12 
11,12 

12 
11,12 

12 



11.12 

11,12 

12 



KOVELAN, SHARON— Shar 

Big Show 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

KOWICKI, KENNETH A.— Kowick 

KOZLOSKY, WALTER K.— Koz 

KOZLOWSKI, CARL J.— Koz 



10,11 
10 

11 

10-12 
12 



12 
12 



Gym Leaders 
J.V. Football 
Football 
Wrestling 
Investment Club 

KRAINCE, SUSAN J. — Sue 

C.O.E. Club 
O.E.A.Club 

KRALJ, RENATA 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA — Patti 

KRULC, SYLVIA S. — Sll-vee-ay 

Euclidian Editor In-Chlef 

Euclidian Section Ed 

Euclidian Staff 

Euclidian Salesman 

Girl's State 

Ad Club 

AFS 

IQS 

NHS 

Science Seminar 

Student Store 

GAA 

Who's Who In High School 

Sophomore Class 

LLAHTreborClub 

IQS Pres. 

KUBLIN, TODD — Kubz 

KUCHAR, JAMES B.— Kuch 

Investment Club 12 

KWASNY, DIANE M. 

Survey Editorial 10 

Girl's Chorus -„ 10 
Choral Masters ^ 11 

Varsity Chorale 12 

Big Show 11,12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

NHS 11,12 



LA CAVA, MARTIN G.— Hey Marty 



Key Club V. Pres. 




12 


Key Club 




10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 




12 


Student Council V 


Pres. 


12 


Student Council 




11,12 


Weight Club 




10 


Wrestling 




10-12 


500 Mile Club 




10-12 


Wrestling Captain 




12 


ACKNER, INGRID C. 




Spirits (Bananas) 




10 


NHS 




11,12 


Medical Careers 




10 


GAA 




10 


Teacher's Aid 




10 


Band 


j4. 


11 



LADOVICH, STEPHENT. — Steve 
LAMBERT, DENNIS L. — Conway 
LAMM, ROBIN M. — Rob 



Cheerleaders 


10-12 


NHS 


11.12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10.11 


Swim Leaders Girls 


10 


Wal Napolo 


11 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters \ 
Varsity Chorale \ 


11 


12 



LAMONT, KATHLEEN E. 

LANE, JEFFREY P. 

LANESE, LISA A. 

LANG, TAMMY S. 

Powder Puff Football Blue 
Senior Class 

LANTZY, MARCIA A. 

Girl's Chorus 



f 



12 

11 

10-12 

10-12 

11 

11,12 

10 

11,12 

11,12 

11,12 

10 

12 

12 

10 



J 



12 
12 



10 



LASTORIA, DANIEL A. 

LAYCOCK, MARGARET E.— Peggy 

lOE Stenographer 11 12 

IQS 12 

Stenography Club 11,12 

O.E.A. Parliamentarian 11 

LEHMAN, CATHERINE A.— Cath 

Radio Club 10 

Voc. And Ind. Club Pres. 12 

OCT. 12 

Choral Masters 11.12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

Sports Aid 10 

LEiNWEBER, ALAN J.— Al 

D.C.T. 12 

LENDER. LINDA 

Gymnastics 11 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Ski Club 12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

LEONHARDT, ROBERT J. — Bob 



Swimming 
Euclidian Staff 
Senior Talent Night 
Powder Puff Majorette 
investment Club 

LEOVICH. JOHN R. 

Baseball 

LESNICK, JOHN L.— Twit 

Forman Club 

Indoor Track 

Football 

J.V. Football 

Soccer 

Senior Talent Night 

Powder Puff Majorette 



LESTER, T. ALAN 



J.V. Swimming 

Investment Club 

Winter Play 

Big Show 

Fall Play 

Chlldrens Drama Club 



1 



10,11 
10 

12 
12 
12 



10-12 



12 
11 
11 
10 
12 
12 
12 



10 

12 
11,12 
11,12 

12 
10,12 



LEUZZI, KENNETH P. 

LEVENO, DEBORAH A.— Debbie 

Teacher's Aid 10 

NHS 12 

LEWIS, SANDRA M.— Sam Bo 

Student Council 12 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

LIGGETT, SUSAN— Sue 

Euclidian Staff 10 

Survey Editorial 10-12 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Band 11,12 

Marching Band 11,12 

IQS 11,12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

LILLEY, BRUCE E. 
LISI, LINDA A.— Linda 



AFS 


11,12 


GAA 


10,11 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Orchestra 


10.11 


Humanities East 


10 



10,11 

10,11 

11,12 

10 

12 



LJUBI, THOMAS M. 
LOCKHART, DIANE K. — Diane 

AFS 
NHS 

Survey But. 
Girl's Chorus 
IQS 

LOHRI, GEORGE W. — Wild Bill 

LONCHAR, MICHAEL L.— Mike 

LONGSTRETH, DAVID W.— Dave 

LORENCE, DENISE M.— Dee Dee 

Euclidian Staff 10 



Euclidian Salesman 


10 


Glrl't Baseball 


10 


Ad Club 


10.11 


GAA 


10 


Majorettes 


12 


Majorette Club 


10,11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12c 


Powder PuH Football Blue 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Gym Leaders Historian 


12 


Gym Leaders 


11.1^ 



LOVANO, PATRICK A. 
LOWE, NICOLETTE R. — Nikkl 



Euclidian Staff 


11,12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


GAA 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


LUBE, EDWARD 




Tennis 


10,12 


Investment Club 


12 


NHS 


12 



LUCE, DONNA M. — Donna 

D.E.Club 
LUDVIK, LINDA 

LUMADUE, LELAND T.— Lee 

J.V. Baseball 

Baseball 

J.V. Basketball 

Basketball 

J.V. Football 

Football 

LettermanClub 

Spirits (Bananas) 

LUSKY, DEBRA A. — Turtle 

GAA 

Medical Careers 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Teacher's Aid 

NHS 

LUTZ, AMY J. — Amos Clutz 

NHS 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Girl's Chorus 

Varsity Chorale 

Senior Cabinet 

Senior Class 

Jr. Cabinet 

Jr. Class 

Sports Aid 

Senior Talent Night 

Choral Masters 

Sophomore Class 

Big Show 

Soph. Class Cabinet 

LYNCH, MICHAEL J.— Nipper 

Letterman Club 

J.V. Football 

Football 

Baseball 

J.V. Baseball 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Spirits (Bananas) 

MABEL, WILLIAM J. 

Swimming 

MACHINE, SHARON L. 



10 

11,12 

10 

11 

10 

11,12 

11,12 

12 



10 
10 
10 
111 
12 



11,12 
10-12 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
10-12 
12 
11 
10 
12 
10 



11,12 
10 

11,12 
11 
11 
12 

10-12 



Ad Club 


10,11 


C.O.E.Club 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


O.E.A. Club 


12 



MACKOVJAK, ALLAN R. 

MAC LEOD, LESLIE— Les 

Hockey 
Golf 

MADRY, EDWARD— Eddy 

Metal Sculpture Club 



10-12 
10-12 



11,12 



MAKSYMOWICZ, KAREN M.— Maksy 



CO.E.Club 


12 


C.O.E.Club Trees. 


12 


AFS 


10 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Teacher's Aid 


10.11 



Investment Club 
O.E.A. Club 

MALANEY, DENNIS J. 

MANDATO, BARBARA A. 



IDE 

O.E.A. Club 

Clerk Typist Historian 

Tennis 

Spirits (Bananas) 



I 



11,12 

11,12 

11,12 

10 

10 



\ 



MAXWELL, ROBERT L. 



MANFREDONIA, DEBRA L.— Deb 



Ad Club 
C.O.E.Club 
O.E.A. Club 
NHS 



MANION, CAROLE M. 



D.C.T. 
NHS 



11 
12 
12 
12 



12 

12 



MANTZ, LISA M. — Lisa 

Gymnastics 10 

MARKERT, DEBORAH A.— Debbie 



D.C.T. 

V.I.C.A. 

NHS 

MARINCIC, JOYCE A. — Joycie 

Horsemanship Club 

MARKUZ, MICHAEL 

MARTIN, KARIN 

MARTIN, KELLY A. 

C.O.E.Club 
O.E.A. Club 

MARTYN, JUDITH A.— Jody 

Data Processing Club 



12 
12 
12 



10 



12 

12 



11,12 



MASON, JEANNE C. — Jeanne-Bean 



Euclidian Staff 


11,12 


Euclidian Section Ed 


12 


IQS 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


NHSV. Pres. 


12 


Science Seminar 


10,11 


AFS 


10,11 


Teacher's Aid 


11,12 


LLAHTreborClub 


12 


MASON, SAMUEL A. 


— Sam 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Jr. Cabinet 


11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Wal Napolo 


12 


Investment Club 


12 


MASSARO, CATHERINE A.— Cathy 


Gymnastics 


10 


Girl's Basketball 


11 


Medical Careers 


10 


Powder Puff Football B 


ue 12 


MAST, JOY L.— Joy 




Gymnastics 


10 


Sports Aid 


10-12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 


Girl's Tennis 


10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


GAA 


10 y 


Euclidian Staff 


10 < 


MATIC, VESNA M.- 


-Ves 


Glrl's Tennis 


10,11 


Euclidian Staff 


10-12 


Euclidian Salesman 


10-12, 


Horsemanship Club 


10 \ 


IQS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10 


Survey Editorial 


11,12 


Tennis 


10,11 


Powder Puff Football G 


old 12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


MATUCH, LORRAIN 


E A.— Rain 


Cheerleaders 


10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


10 


Wal Napolo 


11 


Powder Puff Football G 


old 12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 


Jr. Class 


11 



&* 



J.V. Indoor Track 


10.11 


J.V. Track 


10.11 


Indoor Track 


12 


Track 


12 


lAYER, MARTHA A. 




Choral Masters 


10 


Varsity Chorale 


11,12 


Band 


10-12 


Band Pres. 


12 


Marching Band 


10-12 


Orchestra 


10-12 


Big Show 


10,11 


Girl's State 


11 


P.T.S.A. 


12 



MAZUR, DEBORAH— DebbI 

MC CALLA, DEBORAH A.— Debbie 



D.E.Club 

MC CARTY, DIANE C. 

GAA 

Majorettes 

Majorette Club 

Medical Careers 

NHS 

Ski Club 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

MC CLURG, HOLLY S. 

AFS 

Horsemanship Club 

NHS 

Science Seminar 

Girl's Basketball 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Senior Class 

Teacher's Aid 

MC CULLOUGH, MARY A. 



11,12 



11,12 

12 

10-12 

10 

11,12 

10-12 

10-12 

12 



12 

10-12 

11,12 

11,12 

11,12 

12 

12 

11 



Survey Editorial 
IQS 

MC CULLOUGH, MICHAEL 

D.E.Club 

MC ELWAIN, ROBIN 

MC GILL, MICHAEL J.— Mc 

MC GREGOR, WILLIAM A. — Bill 

MC LAUGHLIN, DONALD — Mac 

J.V. Football 
D.E.Club 

MC LEAN, NADINE MARI 

D.C.T. 

MC LOUGHLIN, MARGRET 
Li I Peggy 



12 
12 



10 
12 



12 



Data Processing Club 
Majorette Club 
Survey Bus. 
Pink Panther Club 
O.E.A. Club 
Girl's Chorus 
OEA Historian 
IQS 


11,12 
10 
12 
10 

11,12 
10 
12 
12 


MC NAMERA, LINDA L. 




D.E.Club 


11,12 


MC RAINEY, DOUGLAS 




MEDLEY, CHARLES 




MEIER, PATRICIA— Patty 




MELFI, CATHERINE A.— Melf 


Marching Band 
NHS 


10-12 
12 


MENDOZA, KATHERINE M. 


— Dozert 


pink Panther Club 
D.C.T. 


10 
12 



MENSINGER, KURT P.— Mens 

D.E.Club 12 

MERTIK, JOSEPH 
MIHACEVICH, PAUL 



t': 



Band 
Marching Band 



10-12 
10-12 



249 




Orchestra 10-12 

Stage Band 10-12 

Big Show 10-12 

Senior Talent Night 10-12 

Pep Band 10 

Varsity Chorale 12 

MIKANOViCH, SHERI A. 

Euclidian Staff 12 

Euclidian Salesman 12 

SKI Club 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

Survey Editorial 10 

Powder Puff Football Blue 12 

Senior Class 12 

NHS 12 

Majorette Club 11 

GAA 10 

P.T.S.A. 10 

MIKOVIC, NANCY y 

NHS 11 

Survey Editorial Editor 12 

C.O.E.Club 12 

C.O.E. Historian 12 

NEOCOEC 12 

Survey Editorial 11,12 

O.E.A. Club 12 

IQS 11,12 

MILLER, ANNE M. 

O.E.A. Club 11.12 

C.O.E.Club 12 

Stenography Club 11 



MILLER, BETHANN M. 

C.O.E.Club 
C.O.E. Club Sect. 
O.E.A. Club 
Stenography Club 
Student Store 
Survey Bus. 
NHS 
NEOCOEC 



MILLER, CATHERINE L. — Cathy 



GAA 

NHS 

Science Seminar 

Girl's Volleyball 

Varsity Chorale 

Big Show 

Fall Play 

Senior Talent Night 

MILLER, DOREEN L. 

Clerk-Typist Pres. 
O.E.A. Ciub 
lOE Pres. 

MILLER, JOHN A.— Buck Jr. 

J. V. Wrestling 

MILLER, PENNY S. 

MILLER, ROGER I. 

Key Club 

Key Club Sect. 

NHS 

Swim Leaders Boys 

Water Polo 

Boy's State 

Swimming 

MISCH, DANIEL 

MIX, KEVIN L. 

MIZNER, ERIC C— Mize 

NHS 
Golf 
Golf Club 

MOBBS, MARGARET E. 

Girl's Chorus 
Choral Masters 




12 

11,12 
12 



10-12 
11 
11,12 
11.12 
10-12 
12 
10-12 



250 



MODIC, CHERYL L. 

Survey Bus. 
IQS 

MOELLER, SUSAN L.— Sue 

NHS 

Euclidian Staff 
Euclidian Salesman 
AFS 

Jr. Class 
Jr. Cabinet 
LLAHTreborClub 
Soph. Class Cabinet 
Sophomore Class 

MOLNAR, BRET L. 



11,12 
10-12 
10-12 



10 
11 



11.12 
11,12 



11,12 
12 
12 

10,11 . 
11 
11 
12 
10 
10 



MOODY, ROBERT W. 

O.E.Club 1 

MOORE, DOUGLAS E. 
MORRIS, JOHN 
MROFCHAK, WAYNE R. 

Ski Ciub lO-l: 

MURG, LEONARD, R. — Len Murg 



NUNNALLY, JOAN — Nunn 



11,12 



10-12 
12 



Swim Leaders Boys 

MURPHY, EILEEN M.— Ike 

Spirits (Bananas) 
Powder Puff Football Gold 
Sports Aid 

MYERS, CYNTHIA M. — Cyndi 

Girl's Chorus 

NARO, SUSAN D.— Suzy 

D.E.Club 
O.E.Club Sect. 

NAWOR, LAURIE L. 

C.O.E.Club 
O.E.A. Club 
Spirits (Bananas) 
Majorette Club 

NEAL, PRESTON R. 

Radio Club Pres. 

NEBEN, JEFFERY 

NEFF, LAURA A. 

Eucuyo 

GAA 

NHS 

Student Council 

Student Council Trees. 

IQS 

SeniorTaient Night 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

NELSON, DAVID E.— Dave 

Radio Club 

Radio Ciub V. Pres. 

NICHOLLS, CHARLES F. 

Investment Ciub 
NHS 

NOCERA, LAVERNE M. 

Ad Club 

Euv Salesman 

Majorette Club 

Splr'ts (Bananas) 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

Senior Class 

Jr. Class 

GAA 

NOCH, WALTER 

NOEL, PATRICIA A.— Noel 

Jr. Class 

SeniorTaient Night 

Gymnastics 

Spirits (Bananas) 

Ad Club 

Girl's Tennis 

Powder Puff Football Gold 

Band 

Marching Band 

Big Show 

Senior Cabinet 

Senior Class 

Jr. Cabinet 

Sophomore Class 

NOLAN, VICTOR J.— Vic 

Computer Jocks 
Investment Club 



NORDSTROM, DUANE M.— Nort 
NOVAK, RICHARD F.— Rich ^ 
NOVOTNY, JANET M.— D.W. 



12 

12--- 



12 
12 

10 
10 



12 
12 



10-12 

10-12 

10.11 

10-12 

12 

12 

11 

10 



Powder Puff Football Blue 

Senior Class 

Jr. Class 

Big Show 

Student Council 

Spirits 

GAA 



12 
12 
11 
12 
12 
10-12 
10 



Ad Club 
GAA 


10,11 
10 


OBOCZKY, SUSAN— Sue 




FBLA 
GAA 


10 
10 


OBRIEN,TERRENCEP.— 


-Terry, OB 


Soccer 
Ski Club 


10,12 
10,12 


DONNELL, BARRY C. 




OKICKI, CAROL JO 




Horsemanship Club 
Swim Leaders Girls 
Ski Club 


10 

12 

10-12 





OKLESON, KAREN A.— Okie 
NIELL, JOHN J. 

ORLANDO, DALE M. — Dale 0. 

Student Council 

Indoor Track ^.^ 

Jr. Class ., 

Band 

Marching Band 

ORME, JAMES — Ormepit 

Key Club 
Ski Club 
"'- Swim Leaders Boys 
Water Polo 
Senior Class 
J.V. Swimming 
Spirits (Bananas) 
J.V. Soccer 
Indoor Track 
Jr. Class 
Student Council 
Powder Puff Majorette 
Wai Napolo 
Senior Talent Night 
NHS 

ORNDOFF, CHARLES K. 

ORTMAN, ROBERT P. 

Gym Leaders 

Letterman Club 

Weight Club 

Indoor Track 

Track 

J.V. Football 

OSBORN, CHARLENE A. 

O.E.Club 

OSTRUNIC, CYNTHIA S. 

O.E.Club 



OYASKI, JOANNE 

D.C.T. 

Medical Careers 

Radio Club 

S.i.E.(F.T.A.) 

S.i.E.(F.T.A.) 

Student Store 

V.i.C.A. 

Sports Aid 

GAA 

NHS 



PAK, YONG S. 

PALES, JOSEPH A. 

Investment Club 
PALMER, KEVIN A. 

J.V. Football 

PANA, EVELYN K. 

Jr. Class 

CheerldrsCapt. 

Senior Talent Night 

Ad Club 

Cheerleaders 

Euclidian Staff 

Eucuyo 

IQS 

NHS 

Spirits (Bananas) 



12 
10 
11 
10,11 
10 



10 

. 11 

/ 11 

11 

12 

11 

11,12 

12 

10 

11 

12 

12 

11,12 

12 



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10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




10.11 

11 

12 
12 
10,11 
10 
11,12 
11,12 
11,12 
10-12 



Girl's Volleyball 12 

Senior Cabinet 12 

PAONSHA, DARLENE K. 

PAPP, ROBERT B. 

Gym Leaders 10-12 

Baieball 11,12 

Baseball Captain 12 

J.V. Baseball 10 

Basketball 10 

J.V. Basketball 10 

Investment Club 12 

PARATTO, JOSEPH 



PARKER, JACQUELINE A.— Jackie 



O.E.A. President 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Big Show 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


ARSONS, LAUREN D. 




AFS 


10 


AFS President 


12 


AFS V. President 


11 


Eucuyo 


11,12 


GAA 


10-12 


Humanities East 


10 


IQS 


11.12 


NHS 


11,12 


Fall Play 


12 



PATETE, TIMOTHY J. 

Investment Club 12 

PATFIELD, SANDRA A. 
PAVELLA, DENNIS 
PAVIS, KATHLEEN 

D.E.Club 11,12 

PEARCH, KIMBERLY ANN 
PECNIK, CHRISTOPHER 

O.W.E. 12 

PECNIK, GARY A. 

PEDERSEN, KENNETH R. 

PENKO, IRENE R. 

PERKO, LOREEN 

PERL, JAMES E. 

D.C.T. 
V.I.C.A. 
Gym Leaders 

PEROVSEK, MONIQUE S.— Mona 

O.E.A. Club 11,12 

O.E.A. Vice President 12 

Data Processing Club 12 

PERRY, MARY BETH E.— M.B. 




Euclidian Staff 


10 


GAA 


10 


Majorettes 


11,12 


Majorettes Captain 


12 


Majorette Club 


10,11 


NHS 


12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 



PERRYMAN, ROBERT A. 
PERUSEK, ROBERT V.— Bob 



Band 
Investment Club 


10 
12 


PETERS, LORRAINE— Lorrie 




Pinochle Club 
Survey Editorial 
Writing Club 
NHS 
lOS 


12 
12 
11.12 
12 
12 


PETRI, ROSELYN M. 




PETSCHER, SUSAN K. 




Horsemanship Club 

NHS 

Ski Club 


10-12 
11,12 
10-12 



PICOZZI, PATRICIA J.— Patty 

Teacher's Aid 

PIERCE, DIANE M. 

Spirits (Bananas) 
Student Council 
NHS 

Senior Class 
Sports Aid 

PIETRANTOZZI, MARY V. 

PINKAVA, ROBIN A.— Pink 

Choral Masters ^ 
Varsity Chorale 
Science Seminar 
Pinochle Club 
Boy's State 
Computer Jocks 
NHS 
Eucuyo 
AFS 

Euclidian Staff 
Euclidian Salesman 
Investment Club 
LLAHTreborClub 



PRIMEAU, JILL M. 



10,12 
11 
12 
12 
12 



11 

12 

10-12 

11,12 

11 

10,12 

11,12 

10,12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



PIPER, LOU ANN 
PLAVCAN, LAURA L. 



OCT. 


12 


Euclidian Staff 


12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


Majorette Club 


10,11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Student Council 


12 


V.I.C.A. 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Sports Aid 


12 


LLAHTreborClub 


12 



POLINSKI, MICHAEL 
POLLEY, TAMMY L.— Tarn 



Girl's Chorus 


10 


Senior Class 


12 


OLASKI. DEBBIE— Deb 




AFS 


10,11 


Euclidian Staff 


12 


Euclidian Section Ed 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


Swim Leaders Girts 


11 


Ski Club 


12 


Science Seminar 


10,11 


Senior Scandal 


12 


IQS 


12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


LLAHTreborClub 


12 


OPOVIC, EDWARD N. 




Indoor Track 


10 


Track 


10 



POPOVIC, KIM M. 
POPOVIC, MICHAEL C. 

Sports Aid 10 

POROPAT, DONALD E. — Ernie 

Football 11,12 

POULOS, JOHN J. 
POWELL, CHERYL A. — Cherie 



Pinochle Club 
C.O.E.Club 
C.O.E. Club Sect. 
O.E.A. Club 
NHS 

POWELL, SUSAN 

Investment Club 

POZUN, MICHAEL A. — Mike 

Senior Class 
NHS 

PRAUSE, ANDREW N. 

Investment Club 

PRAUSE, BRIGITTE A. 



10 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
12 



Clerk-Typist Trees. 


11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Clerk-Typist 


11,12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


O.E.A. Club 


11,12 


lOE 


11,12 



Pink Panther Club 


11,12 


Wal Napolo 


11,12 


Girl's Swimming 


10 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11 


Jr. Class 


11 


Teacher's Aid 


12 



PRIORESCHi, ROBERTA— Bobbi 
NHS 

PRIZZI, SUSAN M.— Priz 



AFS 

Euclidian Staff 

Euclidian Section Ed. 

Euclidian Salesman 

IQS 

Girl's Chorus 

Teacher's Aid 

Senior Scandal 

P.T.S.A. 

LLAHTreborClub 

NHS 

PURVIS, JUDY A.— Jude 

Girl's Chorus 
Data Processing Club 
Student Store 
O.E.A. Club 



PURVIS, LINNEA A. 



10-12 
11,12 
12 
12 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



10 
11,12 

10 
11,12 



Eucuyo 


11,1? 


Eucuyo Editor 


^2 


NHS 


11,12 


Survey Editorial 


11,12 


Survey Editorial Edito. 


12 


Band 


10-12 


Marching Band 


10-12 


Pep Band 


11 


Band Librarian 


11,12 


YLE, MICHAEL S.— Mike 




Letterman Club 


11,12 


Water Polo Captain 


12 


Indoor Track 


10 


Track 


10 


Swimming 


11,12 


investment Club 


12 


Water Polo 


11,12 



RADISEK, ALBiN 



RADO, DIANE C. 



Majorettes 


11,12 


Majorettes Captain 


12 


Majorette Club 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Student Council 


12 


Survey Editorial 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Chiidrens Drama Club 


10 



RAiCEVICH, JOSEPH M.— C.C. 
RALSTON, NORMAN 



Chiidrens Drama Club 


10-12 


Drama Club 


10-12 


RANALLO, RONALD R — Ron 




Letterman Club 


11.12 


NHS 


11,12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


1012 


Student Council 


12 


Baseball 


11,12 


J.V. Baseball 


10 


J.V. Basketball 


10 


Football 


11,12 


Football Captain 


12 


J.V. Football 


10 


J.V. Football Captain 


10 


Senior Class 


12 


RAWLINGS, DAVID L. 




AFS 


10 


Band 


10-12 


Marching Band 


10-12 


Band Librarian 


11.12 


NHS 


12 


RAY, RICHARD L. 




RE, JAMES J. — Jim, J.J. 




Track 


10 


Marching Band 


10,11 


Pep Band 


11,12 



PETTEK, PATRICIA 



PREVESK, DENNIS J. 



REECE, ANDREA J. 



251 



REED, KEVIN 



J.V. Crost Country 
Track 


10 
11 


REED, NORMAN W.— Norm 




Computer Jocks 
Teacher's Aid 
IQS 

Radio Club 
Euclidian 


10-12 
10 
12 
12 
12 


REESE, CHARLES ALAN 




Weight Club 


10-12 


REESE, SCOTT R. 




RENBARGER, RICHARD A. 




D.E. Club 


12 


RESCHKE, DUANE S. 




V.I.C.A. 
D.C.T. 

Teacher's Aid 
Choral Masters 
Survey Editorial 
IQS 


12 
12 
11,12 
10-12 
12 
12 


RICHARDT, HELMUT A. 




Soccer 
NHS 


10,11 
12 


RINDERLE, MARGARET M.— 


Peggy 


GAA 
NHS 

Spirits (Bananas) 
Student Council 
Senior Class 
Jr. Class 
Teacher's Aid 


10,11 
11,12 
10-12 
12 
12 
11 
12 



RITZ, ERNEST J.— Rizzo 
ROBERTS, DARLENE 
JiOBERTS, LYNN L.— Lynne 



Girl's Tennis 


10-12 


GAA 


10 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


Girl's Tennis Capt. 


12 



ROBINSON, RONALD J. 
ROHLKE, PEGGY LEE — Peg 



GAA 


10 


Majorettes 


11,12 


Majorette Club 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Band 


10 


Marching Band 


10-12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


ROJECK, MARILEE S. 




C.O.E. Club 


12 


O.E.A.Ciub 


12 


ROMAN, CESAR 




Soccer 


12 


ROSS, DARLENE SUE 




ROSS, KIMBERLY E.— Kim 




stenography Club 


11,12 


ROSS, ROBERT G. 




Key Club 


10,11 


Swim Leaders Boys 


10-12 


Water Polo 


10-12 


Swimming 


10-12 


Swimming Captain 


12 


ROSSMANN, KATHERINE— 


-Kathy 


GAA 


10-12 


GAA Pres. 


12 


Gym Leaders 


11,12 


NHS 


11,12 


Girl's Baseball 


10,12 


Girl's Basketball 


10-12 


Girl's Cross Country 


11 


Girl's Track 


11 


Girl's Swimming 


10 


Girl's Volleyball 


12 


Computer Jocks 


12 



Water Polo 


12 


Choral Masters 


10 


Varsity Chorale 


11,12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


ROZMAN, VINCENT 




RUPSIC, JEANINE 




Teacher's Aid 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


FBLATreas. 


11 


GAA 


11 


Pink Panthers Trees. 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


11 


Wai Napoio 


12 


Girl's Swimming 


10-12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


RUSSELL, TIMOTHY B- 




KeyClub 


10-12 


Senior Class 


12 


NHS 


12 



SAWYER, KATHLEEN A.— Kathy 



RUTAN, ERIC M. 
RUUSKA, ROBERT W. 



NHS 


12 


RYDER, DARCY 




C.O.E. Club 
C.O.E. Historian 
O.E.A.Club 
Stenography Ctub 


12 

12 

11,12 

11 


RYDER, JOHN T. 




Letterman Club 
Weight Club 
J.V. Baseball 
Football 
J.V. Football 
Investment Ctub 


12 
11 
10 
11,12 
10 
12 


RYDER, WILLIAM M. 




Red Cross Club 


12 



RYMARCZYK, JAMES P. 
RZEPKOWSKI, TERESA M.— Terri 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

SALETRIK, DAVID N.— Dave 



Band 

Band V. Pres. 

Marching Band 

Pep Band 

Orchestra 

Stage Band 

Big Show 

AFS 

Investment Club 

NHS 



SALOPEK, THOMAS 

Orchestra 
NHS 

SALOSKY, BETH ANN— Beth 

Horsemanship Club 
Euclidian Staff 
Euclidian Salesman 
Teacher's Aid 



10-12 

12 

10-12 

10-12 

11,12 

10-12 

11,12 

10 

12 

12 



11.12 
12 



10 
10 
11 
11 



SANDS, KATHLEEN— Kathy 

Gym Leaders 12 

Girl's Basketball 11.12 

Girl's Track 11,12 

Teacher's Aid 12 

GAA 12 

NHS 12 



SANSBURY, FRANCES A.— Fritzi 

Stenography Club 
O.E.A. President 



11 
11 



SANTA, NANCY E. 



252 



ROTAR, THOMAS A. 

Key Club 



Band 


10-12 


Band Sect. 


12 


Marching Band 


1012 


Pep Band 


10,11 


Orchestra 


12 


Big Show 


11,12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


IQS 


12 



Wai Napoio 


11,12 


Stenography Club 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 



SAYWELL, RONALD w 

SCHAUER, RICHARD J.— Half-Pint 



Key Club 
Investment Club 



SCHELLENTRAGER, JFFF 
Sherlock 



10,11 
12 




Key Club 


10-12 


Key Club Treas. 


12 


NHS 


11,12 


Student Council 


11 


SpirlU (Bananas) 


11 


Boy's State 


11 


SCHMID, SANDY 




Cheerleaders 


11 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Sports Aid 


12 


SCHMIDT, JAMES ROBER- 


-Hunl( 


KeyClub 


11,12 


AFS 


10 


Indoor Track 


11 


Track 


11 


Medical Careers 


10 


NHS 


12 


SCHOENIGER, GARY G. 




SCHUDEL, MICHAEL W. 




Albino Red 




Indoor Track 


10-12 


indoor Track Captain 


12 


Letterman Club 


10-12 


Key Club 


12 


Track 


10-12 


Track Captain 


12 


Cross Country 


12 


SCHUFFERT, JEFFREY D. 




J.V. Football 


10 


Football 


11,12 


Letterman Club 


12 


Key Club 


12 


Choral Masters 


10,11 


NHS 


11,12 


Investment Club 


12 


SCHULTZ, DOROTHY LYN- 


-Dottle 


Plnk Panther Club 


10,11 


Euclidian Staff 


12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


Majorette Club 


11 


Student Council 


12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


Sports Aid 


12 


Fall Play 


12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Big Show 


12 


LLAH Trebor Club 


12 



SCHUIZ, BARBARA J. — Chicld'e 

SCHWARTZ, AMY E.— Amy 

Science Seminar 10 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Winter Play 10 

SEIFERT, GALE 

SEMEGA, MICHAEL R.— Mike 



SAPATKA, RONALD J.— Packer 



V.I.C.A. 
D.C.T. 



SERKSNIS, DIANE L. 

C.O.E. Club 
Choral Masters 

SEUFFERT. WILLIAM R.— Bill 

O.E.A.Club 

SHAFER, HARRY D.— Buddy 

Data Processing Club 
O.E.A.Club 

SHAFFER, PAMELA S. — Pam 

Powder Puff Football Blue 
Girl's Chorus 
Choral Masters 
Varsity Chorale 
Sports Aid 



12 
12 



12 
11 



11,12 
11,12 



12 
10 
11 
12 
10,11 



f 



Gymnastics 


11 


Big Show 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Pink Panther Club 


10,11 


Pink Panthers Trees. 


10 



SHANER, PATRICK P.— Pat 

Metal Sculpture Club 
SHANKS, LINDA 
SHAY, GARY A. 



Euclidian staff 


12 


Eucuyo 


12 


Gymleaders 


10-12 


Letterman Club 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10,11 


Swim Leaders Boys 


12 


Football 


11 


J.V. Football 


L 10 


Band 


^0-12 


Big Show 


10 


Senior Talent Night 


10 


NHS 


12 


IQS 


12 



SHERIDAN, DOUGLAS A. 

SHERRILL, CHARLES A. 
Elton Chuck 

AFS 10-12 

Euclidian Staff 12 

Eucuyo 10 

Key Club 10-12 

NHS 11,12 

Survey Editorial ^2 

Choral Masters 10 

P.T.S.A. 12 

LLAHTreborClub 12 

SHIPLEY, DEBORAH C— Debbie 

SHIRK, RANDALL M.— Randy 

Key Club 10 

SHUNK, PAUL C. 

J.V. Football 10 

J.V. Swimming 11 

SIDAK, DEBRA A. — Debbie 



Spirits (Bananas) 
Ski Club 



10 
11,12 



SIDMAN, DAViD A. — Dave 

Swim Leaders Boys 11,12 

SIEFERD, VICKIE LYNN— Vickie 
SiMEK, ROSEMARIE A. 

Survey Bus. 12 

SIMKO, GERALD A.— Jerry 
SIMMONS, RONALD A.— Ron 
SIMPSON, JAMES R.— Rick 
SIMS, CONNIE J. — Connie 



NHS 


llil2 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Student Council 


11 



SIVILLO, JOHN 

O.W.E. 11,12 

SLAT, DAVORIN A. 

Weight Club 11,12 

SLAVEC, FREDERICK M. — Siavy 

SMIDDY, DEWAYNE S.— Magic 

J.V. Indoor Track 10 

J.V. Track 10 

SMITH, DEBORAH 
SMITH, DENISE L.— Niser 



Debate Club Pres. 
Jr. Class 
Girl's State 
Senior Class 
NHS 

SMITH, KATHLEEN 

GAA 

Medical Careers 



10,11 
11 
11 
12 

11,12 



10,11 
10 



SMITH, LORi L. 




Gymnastics 


10,12 


SMITH, SANDRA C. 




Spirits (Bananas) 
Senior Talent Night 
Powder Puff Football Gold 


10 
12 
12 


SNOOK, LINDA M. 




Spirits (Bananas) 
Girl's Swimming 
Jr. Class 
Senior Class 


10-12 
10 
11 
12 


SNYDER, JIM R. 




Letterman Club 
Gym Leaders 
Ski Club 
Indoor Track 
Football 

Spirits (Bananas) 
Investment Club 


11.12 

10-12 

10 

10,11 

10-12 

12 

12 



SOBOLE, BARRY — Hogartli 
SONNIE, KiRK 

Survey Editorial 
IQS 

SOUTH, RANDAL 

NHS 

Senior Cabinet 

P.T.S.A. 

SPEHAR, MICHAEL — Wizard 

Band 
Ski Club 
Stage Band 
Senior Talent Night 

SPIKE, ROBERT— Bob 

D.E.Club 



12 
12 



11.12 
12 
12 



10-12 

10-12 

10.12 

10 



12 



SPRINGER, MARK 
STANKIEWiCZ, SANDRA— Stank 



GAA 


10-12 


Gym Leaders V. Pres. 


12 


GIrls's Baseball 


10,12 


Girl's Basketball 


10-12 


Girl's Track 


11 


Girl's Volleyball 


11,12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Teacher's Aid 


11,12 


Senior Class 


12 



STANLEY, JEANNINE M. 
STASKUNAS, RAYMOND 
STEPANSKI, MONNA P. 




Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Medical Careers 


10 


Red Cross Club 


12 


TEPHENS, REBECCA L. 


— Becky 


Varsity Chorale 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Euclidian Salesman 


12 


GAA 


10 


Majorette Club 


10 


S.I.E.(F.T.A.)Sect. 


12 


S.I.E.(F.T.A.)V.Pres. 


11 


Student Council 


11,12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11 


Euclidian Staff 


12 


investment Club 


12 



STERMOLE, DANIEL L. 

Wrestling 10-12 

Radio Club 11,12 



STERMOLE, MARYLOU— Lou 



Majorette Club 


10 


Majorettes 


11,12 


Euclidian Staff 


10 


Euclidian Salesman 


10 


Student Council 


10,12 


Senior Scandal 


12 


GAA 


10 


NHS 


11,12 


Girl's Valleybail 


10 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Class 


12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 



Teacher's Aid 


11 


Chlldrens Drama Club 


10 


TEWART. PATRICIA A. 


— Stew 


C.O.E.Club 


12 


Euclidian Staff 


11.12 


Euclidian Salesman 


11.12 


O.E.A.Club 


12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


11 


NEOCOEC 


12 



STiGAMIER, KATHLEEN— Katliy 
STIPKOViCH, WALTER I. — Wally 

J.V. Wrestling 10.11 

STOSS, RONALD — Big Ron 
STRAH, MICHAEL A.— Mike 
STRAUSS, SHARON K. — Shari 



GAA 


10 


NHS 


11.12 


Ski Club 


10.12 


Student Council 


12 


Girl's Tennis 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 



STREBLE, WENDY LEE— Wendy 
STREICH, JEFFERY 
STRLE, JOSEPHINE— Josie 



C.O.E.Club 


12 


C.O.E.Club Trees. 


12 


Majorette Club 


10 


Pink Panther Club 


10.11 


NEOCOEC 


12 


Stenography Club 


11 


Stenography Club Treas. 


11 


O.E.A.Club 


11,12 


O.E.A. Treasurer 


11 



8TRMAC, JAMES M. 
STROSNIDER, DANIEL L. 

STROUD, PAUL 

Orchestra 10-12 

Marching Band 10-12 

Big Show 10,12 

Senior Class 12 

Pep Band 10 

Gym Leaders ii 

Euclidian Staff 12 

Key Club 10-12 

Student Council 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 11,12 

Band 11.12 

LLAHTreborClub 12 

STRUNGE, GARY E.— Strung 
STUMP, HEATHER L. 



AFS 


10-12 


Eucuyo 


11.12 


Eucuyo Editor-ln-Chlef 


12 


GAA 


10,11 


Humanities East 


10 


IQS 


11.12 


Metal Sculpture Club 


11,12 


NHS 


11,12 


Ski Club 


10 


IQS Pres. 


12 



STYLiANOU, MICHAEL 
SUCHEViTS, LiNDA A.— Sucli 

O.E.A.Club 11 

SUMNER, JAMES M. — Pizzare 

Weight Club 11,12 

Spirits (Bananas) 11.12 

J.V. Football 10 

Football 11,12 

SUMP, ROBERT J.— Bobbo 



Choral Masters 
Varsity Chorale 
Big Show 

SUSTARSIC, KURT W.— Hiwatt 

SVILAR, MICHAEL — Mike 



10,11 
12 
12 



Swim Leaders Boys 
NHS 

SWANSON, JAMES H. — Jim 

Swim Leaders Boys 



11,12 
12 



253 



SWIDER. JEFFREY A.— Jeff 

Metal Sculpture Club 
O.E.A.Club 
Teacher's Atd 

SWIFT. DONALD K. — Cleaner S. 

student Store 
SWIFT, STEVEN L.— Steve 

O.W.E. 
SWIHART, DARLENE K.— Dee 
SWINEY, LINDA 
SWOBODA, PATRIK— Pat 
SZABO, BARBARA — Bobbi 
SZALAY, EDWARD— Ed 

SZALAY, ROBERT N.— Bob 

D.E.Club 
Investment Club 



10 
12 
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12 



TANCREDI, VALERIE P. — Vai 

Senior Class 11,12 

Girl's Chorus 10,11 

Spirits (Bananas) 10-12 

GAA 10,11 

Ad Club 11 

Wal Napolo 10-12 

Wal Napolo Treas. 11 

Wal Napolo Pros. 12 

Student Council 11 

Swim Leaders Girls 10 

Powder Puff Football Blue 12 

NHS 11,12 

TASKA, LYNN L.— Lynn 

Radio Club 10 

Sports Aid 10 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

TAULIEN, KAREN J.— Karen 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Senior Class 12 

TELICH, BETH ANN— B.T. 

Cheerleaders 10-12 

Cheerldrs Capt. 12 
NHS ■ 11,12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10.11 

Swim Leaders Girls 10,11 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Wai Napolo 10,11 

Wal Napolo Sect. n 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Jr. Cabinet n 

Jr. Class 11 

Varsity Chorale 11,12 

Teacher's Aid 10 

Senior Talent Night 12 

Big Show 12 

TENNY, PATRICIA— Pat 

TERAS, DARRELL W.— Dar 

THOMAS, JOHN P.— Jack 

J.V. Footbali 10 

Indoor Track 10-12 

Track 10-12 

Swim Leaders Boys 11,12 

THOMAS, JON E. — 33 B.T. 

Wrestling Captain 10 

THOMAS, KAY L. — Kay 

Cheerleaders 10-12 

Cheerldrs Capt. 12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10,11 

Wal Napolo n 

Powder Puff Football Gold 12 

Girl's Chorus IQ 

Choral Masters n 

Varsity Chorale 12 

Big Show 12 



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THOMAS, THEODORE J.— Ted 

winter Play 
Big Show 

Powder Puff Coach 
Senior Talent Night 
Senior Class 

THOMPSON, CAROLYN B. 

AFS 
NHS 



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Horsemanship Club 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Powder Puff Football Gold 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 


Big Show 


11,12 


Senior Cabinet 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Sports Aid 


10-12 



THOMPSON, JAMES P.— Jim 

THOMPSON, LEONARD E. 
Amol Nitrate 

Student Store 12 

Red Cross Club 10.11 

TODD, CYNTHIA L.— Cindy 

Girl's Chorus 10 

Sports Aid 10 

Teacher's Aid 11,12 

Spirits (Bananas) 10 

TOIGO, PATRICIA M.— Patty 

O.E.A.Club 12 

O.E.A. Parliamentarian 11 

TOMASELLI, LAURA K.— Laur 

TOROK, KATHY F. 



S.I.E.(F.T.A.) 


11 


S.I.E.(F.T.A.) Treas 


12 


Metal Sculpture Pres 


10 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Teacher's Aid 


10-12 


ORTORICI, MICHAEL A. 


—Tort 


Football 


11,12 


J.V. Football 


10 


Wrestling 


10 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Choral Masters 


10,11 


Varsity Chorale 


12 



TRAINA, DAVID J. 

TRAINA, DONALD J. — Don 

TRAMSAK, BEVERLY J.— Bev 

TREVARTHEN, FRANK E. 

Debate Club 
Swim Leaders Boys 

TRGO, DIANE M. — Diane 

Ad Club 
GAA 

TROHA, CAROL A. 



O.E.A.Club 


12 


Girl's Baseball 


10 


Girl's Basketball 


10 


Girl's Volleyball 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


11,12 


Medical Careers 


10 


Ad Club 


10-12 


GAA 


10 


Jr. Class 


11 


Gym Leaders Pres. 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Powder Puff Footbali Gold 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Sports Aid 


11,12 


Investment Club 


12 


NHS 


12 


ROHA, CHRISTINE— Tina 




Survey Bus. 


12 


IQS 


12 



TROHA, MARY E. 
TROMMETTER, JOHN R.— Trom 



10,11 
11,12 



J.V. Footbali 


10 


Football 


11,12 


J.V. Basketball 


10 


J.V. Baseball 


10 


Basketball 


10-12 


Basketball Captain 


12 


Investment Club 


12 


ROTH, KIMBERLY 




Senior Talent Night 


12 


AFS 


10 


Band 


10-12 


Big Show 


10.12 


Marching Band 


10.12 


Girl's Chorus 


12 


Orchestra 


12 



TUCCI, BEVERLY 
O.W.E. 

TURK, LINDA M. 

Horsemanship Club 
D.C.T. 

TURK, MARY ELLEN 

Senior Class 

NHS 

Pink Panther Club 

Student Council 

Girl's Baseball 

Girl's Volleyball 

Powder Puff Football Blue 

Girl's Chorus 

Choral Masters 

Varsity Chorale 

Senior Talent Night 

TURK, RANDOLPH C— Randy 

Wrestling 
J.V. Wrestling 
NHS Pres. 
NHS 

TURKALJ, ZDRAVKO 



10 
12 



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11,12 
10 
12 
10-12 
10,11 
12 
10 
11 
12 
12 



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12 

11,12 



TUTOLO, ROBERT W.— Bob 
UJCIC, FRANK— Rudy 

Vac. And Ind. Club 11,12 

ULEPiC, DAVID J.— Dave 



J.V. Basketball Captain 


10 


J.V. Basketball 


10 


Indoor Track 


10-12 


Indoor Track Captain 


12 


Track 


10-12 


Track Captain 


12 


Football 


10-12 


Gym Leaders 


11,12 


Letterman Club 


10-12 


NHS 


12 



ULLE, FRANK J. 

J.V. Indoor Track 
Cross Country 
Indoor Track 
Track 



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10-12 
10-12 
10-12 



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11 




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10 


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Marching Band 
Investment Club 

URBAN, JUDY ANN 


10,11 
12 


12 
10 
10 
10 
12 




URBANCIC, AUDREY L. 

NHS 

Pink Panther Club 
Spirits (Bananas) 
Sports Aid 


11.12 
10 
12 

10-12 



VAHCIC, MARY J. 

VALENTINO, THOMAS N. — Tom 

Golf 

Golf Captain 

VANAH, TIMOTHY F.— Tim 
VAN GASTEL, CLAYTON— Clay 
VASAS, DIANNE I. 



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12 



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O.E.A.Club 
Stenography Club 

VENTRA, VINCENT J. 
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11,12 



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10-12 


VIDRA. MICHELE A.— Turk 




Girl's Basketball 

Clerk-Typist 

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O.E.A.Club 

Powder Puff Footbali Gold 


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11,12 
11,12 
11.12 

12 


VISAGE, WENDY— Booshie 




D.E.Club 


12 


VOJTEK, DEBRA— Debbie 





VOLL, NANCY 




Medical Careers 


10 


Pink Panther Club 


10,11 


Pink Panthers Pres. 


12 


Red Cross Club 


11,12 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Red Cross Treas. 


12 



VULICH, THOMAS J.— Tom 
WALSH, KERRY D. 
WALTER, CINDY LEE 

Girl's Chorus 10 

WALTER, THOMAS R.— Waldo 

WalNapolo 11,12 

Swim Leaders Boys 11.12 

Senior Talent Night 12 

WALTER, WILLIAM C— Bill 

LettermanClub 11,12 

Weight Club 10-12 

Football 10-12 

J.V. Football 10 

WANCHISN, JEFFREY C— Wanch 



Letterman Club 

Football 

Wrestling 

WANDERSLEBEN. THOMAS 
Wandy 



12 
10-12 
10,11 



Indoor Track 


10-12 


Indoor Track Captain 


11 


Letterman Club 


10-12 


Track 


10-12 


Track Captain 


11 


Weight Club 


10-12 


Football 


10-12 


Football Captain 


12 


J.V. Football 


10 


Band 


10-12 


Marching Band 


10 


Orchestra 


11 



WARD, JUDITH L. — Judy 

WARDER, DAVID E. 

Data Processing Club 

WARNER, CHERYL LYNN 

Clerk-Typist 

O.E.A.Club 

Data Processing Club 

lOE 

IDE V. Pres. 

WASCHURA, JOYCE E. 

Ski Club 
Student Council 
NHS 
GAA 



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11,12 

11,12 

12 

11 

12 



10-12 
10 

11,12 
10 



WASILKO, KEVIN LEE— Wa 

Student Council 11 

WATSON, KENNETH M.— Kenny 
WEINGARD, KRISTINE L. 

Chlldrens Drama Club 10,11 

WEIS, JOAN ,si#«^ S 

WHITNEY, DOROTHY R.— Whit 



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10,11 


11,12 


Majorette Club 


10 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Teacher's Aid 


10,12 



WHITE, BRENDA 

WILKER, MELINDA MAE— Burnt 

TracTi 10 

GAA 10 

WILL. KENT G. 

WILLIAMS, SCOTT A. 

Water Polo 11 

WILLINGHAM, DONALD M.— Ham 

Gym Leaders 11 



Baseball 
Football 
Senior Talent Night 

WILSON, SCOTT J. 

Pinochle Club 
Powder Puff Coach 
Hockey 

WILSON, SCOTT W.— Willie 

Key Club 
Key Club Pres. 
LettermanClub 
NHS 

Crosscountry 
Indoor Track 
Track 
Teacher's Aid 

WINTLE, TRACY A. 

V.I.C.A. 

D.C.T. 

GAA 



10-12 

10-12 

12 



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12 

10-12 



10-12 
12 
10,12 
11.12 
10-12 
10-12 
10-12 
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12 
11 



WISE, H. SCOTT — H.S. Or Harry 



Key Club 

NHS 

Swim Leaders Boys 

Water Polo 

Cross Country 

Track 

Swimming Captain 

Swimming 

Investment Club 

WITT, JEFFREY A. 



10-12 

11,12 

11,12 

10,12 

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10 

12 

10,11 

12 



WOLENSKI, MARY KAYE— M.K. 



Pink Panther Club 


10,11 


Girl's Tennis 


10,11 


WOLF, GARY T. 




Weight Club 


10,11 


J.V. Football 


10 


Football 


11 


Letterman Club 


10,11 


NHS 


12 


WOODS, KIMBERLY 




WRIGHT, PAM 




lOE Sect. 


11 


lOE Pres. 


12 


Debate Club 


12 


Stenography Club 


11,12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


11 


FBLA 


11 


Teacher's Aid 


12 


Horsemanship Club 


11 


Pink Panther Club 


10 



WRIGHT, THERESA M. 
YANACEK, ROBERT J.— Admiral 

Marching Band 10-12 

Pep Band 12 

Orchestra 11.12 

Big Show 12 

Band 10-12 

YANCHAR. PAUL J. — Yanch 

Key Club 

NHS 

Indoor Track 

Track 

Weight Club v^ 

Fall Play ^~«<».„ 

Senior Talent Night ^^ 

YANE, MARGOT ANN— Marge 

Euclidian Salesman 
Pink Panther Club 
Powder Puff Football Gold 
Choral Masters 
Girl's Chorus 

YECKLEY, DENNIS — Denny 

YECKLEY, LINDA LEE 

Data Processing Club 
Survey Bus. 
Survey Bus. Editor 

O.E.A. Club 

IQS 



10-12 
11,12 
12 
12 
12 
11 
11 



12 
10 
12 
11 
10 



11,12 
11 
12 

11.12 
11,12 



YODER, CRAIG A | 

investment Club 12 

YOUNG, DEBORAH A. — Debbie 
YOUNG, THOMAS E. 

J.V. Soccer 10 



Soccer 
J.V. Baseball 

YUKO, ROBERT J.— Bob 

Choral Masters 

YUKSTAS, JOSEPH B.— Joe 
YURKOVICH, MICHAEL — Mike 
ZACHARY, TREVOR W. 
ZAK, MARY BETH — Mare 



11,12 

10 



Cheerleaders 


10-12 


Spirits (Bananas) 


10-12 


Swim Leaders Girls 


10 


Girl's Swimming 


10,12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11,12 


Big Show 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Jr. Class 


11 


AKRAJSEK, JAMES J. — Zak 




Band 


10-12 


Marching Band 


10-12 


Stage Band 


12 


Big Show 


12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


ALATEL, MARILYN L. — ZaI 




GAA 


10-12 


Girl's Basketball 


10-12 


Girl's Track 


10-12 


Girl's State 


10 



ZALLER, DEBRA L. — Debbie 



C.O.E.Club 


12 


Stenography Club 


11 


Girl's Basketball 


10 


Girl's Volleyball 


10 


O.E.A.Club 


12 


O.E.A. Parliamentarian 


11 



ZANGHi, JOSEPH S. — Joe 

Choral Masters 
ZEITZ, PATRICIA GAIL — Patty 
ZELENIAKAS, DALE W. — Dale 

FormanClub 
ZGONC, CAROL ANN 

O.E.A.Club 

Data Processing Club 

ZITNIK, TERRY V. 

ZMIJEWSKI, DAVID 

ZUPONCIC, TIMOTHY J.— Tii 

Investment Club 

ZURO, DONNA L. — Donna 



11,12 
11.12 



Girl's Chorus 


10 


Choral Masters 


11 


Varsity Chorale 


12 


Big Show 


11,12 


Senior Talent Night 


12 


Powder Puff Football Blue 


12 


NHS 


11,12 



LAPE, ANTHONY — Spike 
HUSTEK, ROBERTA— Bobbi 
GUMOWSKi, CAROL 

Metal Sculpture Club 
VOHNOUT, CINDY 

O.E.A. Vice President 

MIKOLICH, LINDA 

Clerk-Typist 
lOE 



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20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 

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848 East 185th Street 

486-0322 




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25649 Euclid Avenue 

731-4800 



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494 East 200th Street 

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481-4450 



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531-0225 




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756 East 222nd Street 

531-5311 



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26300 Euclid Avenue 

261-2606 




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709 East 185th Street 

486-0066 



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27301 Tungsten Road 

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1329 East 260th Street 

731-6950 



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727 East 185th Street 

531-7443 



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21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 

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19621 Euclid Avenue 

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783 East 185th Street 
481-3465 



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22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



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602 East 185th Street 
531-2893 



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435 East 200th Street 
486-0929 






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22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 



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20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-5757 




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23800 St. Clair Avenue 
731-5700 





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18604 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-0979 



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22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3878 



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71 1 EAST 222 STREET 
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PRINCIPAL 

WALTER SCHWEGLER 

PHONE (216) 261-2900 



Graduating Seniors: 

It hardly seems possible that three short years have 
gone by since I spoke to you for the first time, saying, 
"You, our incoming sophomore class, is now to be 
known as The Class of Nineteen Seventy-Seven. " 

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the building of Euclid High traditions and your successes 
have been many, and commendable. 

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and your failures. We, the faculty and administration, 
wish you the very best as you continue to grow personally, 
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This It It! The 1977 Euclidian Is here. May IMirlng 
you enjoyment now and In the years to come. 
Please read past the mistakes and take a second 
look at the several thousand good pictures, and 
read the copy. You may not realize the value of 
this book for several years, but may the initial 
sensation be pleasurable. If we have offended any- 
one, we apologize — it was not intentional. 

There are so many people to thank. To anyone 
who helped, In any way, with the production of 
this book, thank you. There are a few people I 
would like to thank In a special manner: Thanks 
Dr. Bergem and all the office people for tolerating 
our constant requests for help. To the teachers 
and club advisors who cooperated with us in 
scheduling and Identifying pictures, writing re^ 
sumes, and being understanding about staff mem- 
bers' tardies, thank you. A big thank you to Mr. 
Reno for all the hours you spent working on the 
senior index and making It the success it is. Mr. 
Theodore, we owe you a lot and appreciate your 
help with publicity, NHS, and School Board 
pictures. Thanks to Mr. Rinkes for providing us 
with copies of pictures at deadline time. We would 
like to recognize the effort of the sports coaches 
who cooperated with us, and thank you. Thanks 
Mrs. Barblsh for helping us win the Christmas 
Decorating Contest. Thanks, Adam, for all the 
moral support, encouragement, and "liquid re- 
freshment." To Mike KIngery for being such a 
^ sweetheart we dedicate page 241. Thanks Bob 
Prizzi for the Ad Divider. We envy the future staffs. 
Dottle and LuAnn Dudley, you really did a great 
Job on the other dividers. To the guys who stayed 
up late nights and sacrificed hours upon hours of 
their time a big thank you: photographers, we 
appreciate It more than you will ever know. Espe- 
cially to Mark Harmon — thanks for the beautiful cover and special effects and all the hours of work and dedication. Rar 
did you say no, even though we made some pretty demanding requests. You are the best. For Chuck, who was willing 
listen and who wrote most of the introduction, i have only two very meaningful words — thank you. To the great sect 
editors: Amy — miracles do happen don't they? Kim — I knew I could depend on you. Debbie and Cheryl: yoatwo were br 
to try what you did and have a right to be proud of your accomplishments. Jean: I'm convinced of your magic touch — i 
the whole Activities Section get done. Priz: You were the surprise of the staff; thanks for coming up with the money to 
for this book. You were the best bunch of editors I could have hoped for. Thanks to Raimor Studios for all the work on pho 
raphy, especially the "rush jobs." Why is it that we always needed pictures on Wednesdays? Thank you Mr. Dickinson 

Mr. Hall. Even though it may have appeared otherwise sometimes, we really appreciated ail your work. We wonder how you put up - 

a bunch like us. 
Oh, sure we had some rough times: broken cameras, rolls of film that didn't print, photographers who didn't show, uncooperative | 

sons, lost pictures, mistakes, DEADLINES, snow days — a never-ending list. But It seemed that for every bad moment there were hundr 

of great times: the Scurvey notes, "stolen" radios, decorating contests, football games, skating parties, oranges, flying ornaments, w 

parties, Elton Chuck, soap operas, "faculty candlds," the Liah Trebor club, all the faces we saw in the good old Euclidian office, etc. . 
The biggest thank you of all goes to the staff for putting up with all of my screaming and shouting. Each of you, in your own way, c 

tributed a part of yourself in producing this book. I hope you're as proud of it as I am. Thanks again to some special people: Jean, Kim,, 

my parents. 
Good luck to next year's staff. May your year be as great as ours, and your book, even better. 



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