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EUCLIDIAN 1978 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

71 1 Fast 222rui Slrccl 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 
Volume 29 




ALMA MATER 

Hail to thee, O Euclid High School 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living, life so dear. 
Our hearts fill with gratitude 
For all that is to be 
ALMA MATER, Euclid High School, 
All our praise we bring to thee. 

Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays. 
There all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear 
And storms of life draw nigh, 
The memories of our frendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 



To treasure something . . . . 
to hold it dear; to cherish 
it . . . 






As the school year speeds by. we pause to remember the 
things, both good and bad. which stand out in our minds 
and rcHcct upon them . . . We then sort the pieces, which, 
when collected, join to make an unforgettable year . . 



Moments of concentration. Times when you 
can be alone with your thoughts; to work, to 






and other times .... chaos! 
complete and total 
CO fu o 
n si n. 
The feeling of not knowing 
what's going on, and not 
even caring! Instances 
when you just KNOW the little 
men in their white coats 
are coming to get you!! 



Time to study to reflect 





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14 




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TME 



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. . . Looking back ... on 
your years at Euclid High. 




15 




16 




XCBLLKNT 
OUCATIOM IN 
UCLID SCHOOLS 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

71 1 EAST 222 STREET 
EUCLID, OHIO 44123 



PRINCIPAL 

WALTER SCHWEGLER 

PHONE (216) 261-2900 



Dear Graduating Seniors - 

The Class of 1978: 

We have shared triumphs and failures 
together for three years. No-w, as 
you go on to new and greater challenges, 
my wish for each of you is: that you 
continue to grow personally, socially, 
educationally; that you hold the same 
pride in your school that we have had 
in you; that you succeed in what ever 
your next step in life may bring. 




Each of you has experienced important moments in your life as a Euclid High 
student; memorable, dramatic, climactic, even traumatic. New faces, new 
courses, new goals have presented you ^^vith nev/ challenges. Each has contributed 
to your education and growth. 

Since I, too, shall be leaving Euclid High this' year, I take the liberty of consider- 
ing myself a member of your graduating class. 

Therefore, the "Class of Seventy-eight" will always have special significance to 
me. It has been a privilege to know and work with you. 



Sincerely, 




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The class of "78" was outstanding! They 
possessed a vital unity which has separated 
them from all other classes, past and future. 
It has been a privilege to work with them, 
and I am proud to say that I am a member 
of that class. 

I would like to thank the Class of "78" 
for providing me with many wonderful 
memories and I wish to extend many thanks 
to Cheryl Frank for her tremendous help 
with this section. Cheryl, We did it! 

Gloria Petrick 
Senior Editor 




seniors/ 19 



CAROL L.ADAMS Carol 

DIANA R. ADAMOWICZ 

Dcedee 
Cosmetology 11,12. 

PAULJ. ADAMS 



RUTH A. ACER 
D.E 



Aide 10,11,12; Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Student 
Council 11,12; Powder Puff 
"Blue" 12; Ad Club 12; 
Basketball Aide 11; Fall Play 
12; Skate Leader 10,11.12; 
Drill Team 11,12. 




Paul E. Anderson Denise K. Andrews 



"Oh my gosh! I'm going bald!' 



20/Seniors 



WILLIAM F. ANDREWS Will 
Choral Masters 10,11; Varsity Chorale 12 

P. DENISEANTOLICK Mouse 

STEPHEN L.APICELLO Steve 

THOMAS J. APPLETON Tom 

Wrestling 10.11,12; Football 10,12; Track 10; 

Euclid Outdoors Club 11,12; Senior Class 12; 
Swim Leader 1 2. 



SUZANNE AVFNI Shrimp 

Sophomore Class 10; Teacher's Aide 
10,11,12. 



DAWN M. AYRES 



Dawn 



MARYAM ASSADIAN 
RICHARDA.AUFMUTH 



Mary am 
Rich 




LYNN M.BADSTIBNER Lynn 

Symphonic Band 10,11,12; Marching 
Band 10,11,12; Pep Band 10,11; 
Children's Drama Club 10; Winter 
Play 10; Ski Club 10,12; N.H.S. 
11,12; Euclidian 12; Powder Puff 12. 

JAMES G.BAITT Jim 

Football 10,11,12; Wrestling 10,11,12; 
Track 10,12; Spirits 1 1,12. 



JANETA.BAITT 
Senior Class 12. 



JAMESG.BALALA 




Janet 



Jim 



Thomas J. Appleton Maryam Assadian Richard A. Aufmuth 




Suzanne Aveni Dawn M. Ayres Lynn M. Badstibner 





Janet A. Baitt James G. Balala 



Seniors/ 2 1 





Kenneth Balogh Kenneth I. Baris 




Diane L. Barry Charles L. Bartel 



Michael Bartok John A. Basar Carol S. Baur 

"No, Mr. Recher, we DON'T accept McDonald's gift j^ %. 

Certificates!" ^^ ^ 




Steve A. Bealko ib.^. 










Barbara J. Beasley Patricia L. Becker Sandra L. Beeman 



KENNETH BALOGH 

Vocational Auto 11,12. 



KENNETH I. BARIS 



Ken 



Ken 




DIANE L.BARRY Diane 

Children's Drama Club 10: Girls' Track 10; G.L.C. 
11,12, Secretary 12; Marching Band 10,11,12; G.A.A. 
10; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 
12; Spirits 10,1 1,12; Ad Club 10,1 1,12. 



James F. Beidle 



STEVE A. BEALKO 

Vocational Auto 11,12. 



BARBARA J. BEASLEY 



Steven H. Bell 



Paul R. Bencin 



Butch PAUL R. BENCIN 



Barb 



Bene 



CHARLES L. BARTEL 



Chuck 



MICHAEL BARTOK Bart 

Ski Club 10; Survey 10; Basketball Aide II; Senior 
Class 12; Cabinet 12; Powder Puff 12. 



JOHN A. BASAR 

Football 10,11,12; Ski Club 12. 



CAROLS BAUR 

Vocational Commercial Art 11,12. 



John 



Lorac 



22/Seniors 



PATRICIA L.BECKER Patty 

SANDRA L. BEEMAN Sandy 

JAMES F. BEIDLE Jim 

A.V. Club 10,12; Soccer II. 

STEVEN H.BELL Ding-Bell 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Fall Play 
10,12; Winter Play 10,11,12; Big 
Show 10,11,12; Media Aides 
10,11,12; Swim Leader II; P.A. 
Club II; Marching Band An- 
nouncer 12; Survey 12; Majorette 
Announcer 11,12. 





Charles M. Benko Jeffrey A. Bergman David J. Berlan Debra A. Bernacki 

"The drive shaft's connected to the transmission, the . . ." 



Denise C. Berzin 




JEFFREY A. BERGMAN Jeff 

J.V. Basketball 10; Vocational Auto 11,12. 



DAVID J. BERLAN 

Football 10,11,12. 

DEBRA A. BERNACKI Debbie 

Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Powder 
Puff "Blue" 12; Track Aide 10; Soph- 
omore Class 10. 



DENISEC. BERZIN 
C.O.E. 12, President 12. 

DAVIDA.BILKO Dave 

Junior Data Processing 11, Vice-Pres- 
ident 



JAMES N.BILLER Jim 

Stage Crew 10; A.V. Aide 12. 



Seniors/23 




Siegfried Boehm 



Don A. Bohn 



Judith M. Boiin 



Joanne M. Bokar 



Kathleen A. Bolsar 



CHRISTOPHER BLACK 

Wrestling 10,1 1,12. 



Blacky 



DAWN R. BLACK Daunathin 

Cosmetology 11,12; Powder Puff 12; 
Marching Band 10,11. 



WILLIAM C.BLANKENSH IP 



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CAROLA.BLASKO Carol 

Vocational Stenography 11; C.O.E. 12, 
Parlimentarian 12; Ski Club 11,12; 
Marching Band 10; Symphonic Band 10. 



JEROME F.BLAU 



Jerorae 



JUDITH M.BLAZUN Judy 

Language Lab Aide 10,12; Powder Puff 
"Blue" 12; Teacher's Aide 11: Senior 



Class 12; Senior Talent Night 12; Survey 
12; N.H.S. 11,12; Ski Club 12. 



DAVID BLEISTEIN Dave 



SIEGFRIED BOEHM Rick 

Soccer 10, II, 12. 



DON. A. BOHN Don 

Track 10. 

JUDITH M. BOHN Judy 

Girls' Track 10,11,12; Girls' Cross 
Country 12; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 
Masters 11; Varsity Chorale 12; G.A.A. 
10; G.L.C. 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12; 
N.H.S. 11,12. 



JOANNE M. BOKAR Bo 

Girls' Varsity Volleyball 10,11,12; Girls' 
J.V. Basketball 10,11; Girls' Varsity 
Basketball 12; Girls' Varsity Softball 
10,11,12, Captain 11; G.A.A. 10,11; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12; G.L.C. 11,12, 
Treasurer 12. 



KATHLEEN A. BOLSAR 

Ski Club 10,11,12; N.H.S. 11, K 

10; Ad Club 11. 

RONALD A. BORK 

Debate 12. 



Kathy 
Band 



Ron 



LYNNM.BORZI Lynn 

N.H.S. 11,12; Girls' Track 11; Science 
Seminar 10; Majorette Club 10. 



24/Seniors 




Ronald A. Bork Lynn M. Borzi 



iWitf 





Armand F. Boschi Stephen C. Bour 



"I'd like to talk to you about diarrhea. 




Ronald K. Brehm Barry R- Breining Patricia K. Brennan 



Terrance R. Brennan Lori J. Breskvar 



SCOTT EBRADAC 
J.V. Football 10. 



Scott RONALD K. BREHM Ron 

Cross Country 10; Marching Band 10; 
Vocational .'\uto 11,12. 



ARMANDF. BOSCHI 
STEPHEN C. BOUR 



KATHLEEN M.BRADDOCK Kathv BARRY R. BREINING 



Boch 



JAMES PBRADSHAW 

Steve 
Fall Play 10,11,12; Winter Play 11,12; Big JANET E.BRADY 
Show 10,11.12; A.F.S. 11,12; Ski Club 11,12; 
Senior Class 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 



iarry 
Patti 



THOMAS N.BOWINS 
DAVID M.BRADAC 



Jim PATRICIA K. BRENNAN 

Teacher's Aide 11,12. 
Janet 

TERRANCE R. BRENNAN Terry 

NOREENC.BRANDICH Noreen Swimming 10,11,12; Water Polo 11,12; 

Student Store 11; Euclidian Salesman Swim Leader 11. 
Tom 12; Spirits 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 
OEA 11,12, Treasurer 11, Secretary 
Senior Class 12; Ski Club 12; LORI J. BRESKVAR Toots 



12 
Dave 1 2 



Teacher's Aide 12. 



MARK J BREGY 



Teacher's Aide 10; G.A.A. 10,11; G.L.C. 
11.12, Historian 12; Girls' Volleyball 

10,11,12. 



Mark 



Seniors/25 



BRIANS. BOYES 



Brian 



MARGARETT. BREZNIKAR Margo 
Girls' Track 10; Science Seminar 11; 
A.F.S. 11; Spirits 10,11. 

ALEASEE. BRINK Alease 

Girls' Chorus 10; Teacher's Aide 11,12. 



Marching Band 10,11; Powder Puff 
"Blue" 12; Drill Team 10,11.12; 
Teacher's Aide 1 2. 



KENNETH A. BRONKALL 



Bronk 



DARLENE A. BROCHAK 
D.E. 11,12. 



BARBARA E.BROD 



Roach 
Barb 



DAVID R.BROWN Dave 

Choral Masters 10,11,12, Accompianist 
Varsity Chorale 11,12, Accompianist 
Big Show 10,11,12; Fall Play 11,12 
Winter Play 10; Spirits 12; Senior Class 
12; Cabinet 12; Senior Talent Night 
12. 



ROSEMARIE BROWN 

Cosmetology 11,12. 

MARKJ.BRUENING 

MICHAEL W. BRULINSKI 

Physical Fitness Team 12. 



MARK A.BRUNELLE 
Euclid Outdoors Club 12. 



Rose 

Mark 
Mike 

Mark 



26/Seniors 




NORA M.BURKE Nora 

Children's Drama Club 10,11,12; 
Wai Napolo 11,12, Historian 12; 
OF.. A. 12; Ski Club 11; Powder 
Puff "Gold" 12; Senior Class 12; 
Huclidian .Staff 11,12; Swim Leader 
11,12; Swim Timer 12. 

KATHLEEN M. BURNS Kathy 
Winter Play 11,12; Swim Leader 
11; Junior Class 11, Cabinet 11; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12; Fall Play 
Props 10; Winter Play Props 10. 



ROSE M. BURRINGTON 

O.E.A. 11,12. 



Rose 



Sophomore Class 10; .Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Traek Aide 
11; N.H.S. 11,12; Spirits 11. 



STEPHEN E. BURRESS 

Football 10,1 1,12. 



Steve 



RICHARDW BURROWS Vinnic 
Football 10,11,12; Wrestling 10; 
Weight Club 10,11. 

SUZANNE R. BURTON Susie 
G.A.C. 10; Teacher's Aide 11,12. 

EILEEN SBUSDIECKER Bu// 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12, Co-cap- 
tain 12; Girls' Swim Team 10,11, 
12, Captain 11; Swim Leader 10; 
Girls' Varsity Volleyball 12; Ad 
Club 11,12; Teacher's Aide 11,12; 



WAYNEA.BUZA 



Wayne 



MARK C.BYRNE Mark 

J.V. Football 10; Varsity Football 
11,12; Powder Puff "Blue" Cheer- 
leader 12; Junior Class 11; Senior 
Class 12. 



KATHLEEN A. CAHILL Kathy 

SANDRA L. CALABRACE 

Sandy 

STEVEN A. CALABRESE Steve 

BONNIE M. CANNAVINO 

Bonnie 
Girls' Tennis 11,12; Girls' Swim- 
ming 11,12; Powder Puff "Gold" 
12. 




Suzanne R. Burton Eileen Busdiecker Wayne A. Buza 




Mark C. Byrne Kathleen A. Cahill Sandra L. Calabrace Steven A. Calabrese 



Bonnie M. 

Cannavino 



Seniors/27 




Tina M. Capretta 








David p. Carrish Deborah A. Carson Joseph D. Cartulla 




Stephen M. Cavell Robert B. Cayne Bruce A. Cefaratti Anthony M. Centa Mark A. Centa 





CHERYL L. CAPADONA 

Cosmetology 11,12. 



Cheri 



MARLENER.CAPICCIONI Marlene 

Data Processing 11; O.E.A. 11,12; C.O.E. 12, Secretary 12. 



TINA M. CAPRETTA 
DAVID P. CARRISH 



Tina 
Dave 



DEBORAH A.CARSON Debbie 

A.F.S. 10; Swim Leader 11; N.H.S. 11,12; Girls' Swim Team 
11,12; Senior Class 12, Cabinet 12; Powder Puff Publicity 
Chairman 12; Euclidian 11,12, Business Coordinator 12; Swim 
Timer 11,12, President 12. 



William M. 
Chambers 



JOSEPH D. CARTULLA Joe WILLIAM M. CHAMBERS Bill 

STEPHEN M. CAVELL Steve MICHAEL A. CHAPMAN Chap 

A.V. Club 10,11,12; Hockey 
ROBERTS. CAYNE Harvey 10,11,12; Swim Leader 1 1. 
Golf 10,11,12; Swim Leader 11. 



BRUCE A. CEFARATTI Bruce 

ANTHONY M. CENTA Tony 

MARK A. CENTA Mark 

Football 10,11,12; Track 11,12; 
Baseball 10; Indoor Track 12. 

JAMES P. CHAMBERS Jim 



28/Seniors 




^iTTTl'i'^'lifm"-' 

Karen A. Collins 



CHRISTINE J. CHRESTOFF 

Chris 

LINDA J.CIARILLO Mighty 

Manfred 
Powder Puff "Blue" I2;O.W.E. 12. 



MICHAEL P. CIGETICH Cig 

Swim Leader 11; Student Council 
II. 

JEFFREY S.CIKA Jeff 

Choral Masters 10; Big Show 10,12; 
Student Council 11; Sophomore 
Class 10; Junior Class 11. 



FRANK D. CIOTTI Frank 

Euclidian 10,11; Camera Club 10; 
Swim Team 11,12. 



GARYM.CIRINO Gary 

Soccer 12; Gym Leader 12. 



JEFFREY D.CLARKE Jeff 

Radio Club 10,11,12, President 12. 

KATHLEEN T.CLARKE Kathy 
D.C.T. 12; Teacher's Aide 10,11. 



Karen M. Cooke 

ROBERT J. CLINES Bob 

Swim Team 10,11,12; Water Polo 10,11,12; Tennis 

10; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff "Blue" Cheer- 
leader 12. 



KAREN A.COLLINS Peaches 

Girls' Chorus 10; Senior Talent Night 10; Choral 
Masters II; Varsity Chorale 12; Senior Class 12; 
Big Show 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 



CHRISTINE M.COOKE 

Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



Chris 



KAREN M.COOKE Cooke 

Cheerleader 10,11,12, Captain II; Wai Napolo 

10,11,12, Treasurer II; Swim Leader 10; Powder 

Puff "Blue" 12; Student Council 11; NHS. 11,12. 



Seniors/29 




Mary M. D'Amico 



Daniel J. Darasko James L. Daugherty 



Frank Debevec 



John J. De Geronimo 




Paul J. De Geronimo 




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Edward J. Delaney Mary E. Delehanty 



MARCIA A.COONS Marcie 

Marching Band 10,11,12: A.F.S. 11,12; 
Fall Play 10,11; Winter Play 10,11; Big 
Show 10,11; Ski Club 10. 



KENNETH M. CORRIGAN 



Ken 



ROBERT N. COWAN Bob 

Soccer 10,11,12; Indoor Track 10,11,12; 
Outdoor Track 10,11; Teacher's Aide 11. 

MONIQUE M.COYNE Monique 

Ski Club 10,11,12; Teacher's Aide 10. 



ELIZABETH R.CRAIG 

JANET M.CRAIG 
Gymnastics Team 10. 



Black Betty 



Janet 



ANNETTE CRI ADO Annette 

Student Council 10; Wrestling Aides 
10; Vocational Stenography 11,12; Powder 
Puff 12. 



DEBORA L. CROUCH 



Debbie 



NORAM.DALLOS Nora 

Sophomore Class 10, Vice-President 10; 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Stu- 
dent Council 12; Wrestling Aides 10,11; 
Ad Club 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



MARY M. D'AMICO Mare 

Girls' Varsity Volleyball 10,11,12, Cap- 
tain 12; Girls' J.V. Basketball 10,11, 
Co-Captain 11; Girls' Varsity Basketball 
12; Girls' Varsity Softball 10,11,12; 
Swim Leader 10,11; G.L.C. 11,12, Pres- 
ident 12. 



30/Seniors 




Diane De Luca Elaine E. Deptola Janet M. Diaddario "I just love a man who wears tights!" 




DANIEL J. DARASKO Dan 

Football 1 0, 1 1 ; Sophomore Class 1 0. 

JAMES L.DAUGHERTY Doc 

Varsity Basketball 10,11,12, Co- 
Captain 12; Student Council 12. 
Head of Communications 12; Jun- 
ior Class 11; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader 12; 
N.H.S. 11,12; Boys' Gym Leader 
11,12; Spirits Club 10,11,12. 

FRANK DEBEVEC Franz 

Boys' Gym Leader 12; Basketball 
Manager 12; Key Club 12. 

JOHN J.DeGERONIMO John 

PAULJ.DeGERONIMO Paul 

EDWARD J. DELANEY Ed 

Football 10,11,12. Co-Captain 12; 
Wrestling 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 
10,11.12. 



DIANE DeLUCA 
O.E.A. (Accounting) 11. 



Diane 



MARYE. DELEHANTY 
Commercial .-Xrt 11.12. 



Mary 
Beth 



ELAINE E. DEPTOLA Elaine 

Survey 10, Business Staff 10. 

JANET M. DIADDARIO Jan 

G.A.A. 10; Vocational Child Care 
11,12. 

MICHAEL J. DiDOMENTCO 

Mike 
Soccer 10; Key Club 11. 

PATRICIA A.DIETRICH Patti 
G.A.A. 10,11; Girls' Volleyball 
10; Girls' Softball 11; Powder 
Puff 1 2. 

EUGENE DIMITROV Bean 

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

DENNIS M.DIXON Denny 

Hockey Team 10,1 1,12, Captain 12.' 



Ac'klli 



Gerald C. Dodds Christopher J. Dole 

WENDY F.DIXON Wendy 

FRANK DOBLER Frank 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Ski Club 10,11. 

DAVID T. DOBNIKAR 

GERALD C. DODDS Jerry 

Basketball 10,11; Spirits 10; Radio Club 10.1 1'; 
A.V. Club 10,11,12. 

CHRISTOPHER J. DOLE Chris 

Cross Country 10,11,12, Captain 12; Indoor 
Track 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Outdoor Track 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2; Choral 
Masters 10,11; Varsity Chorale 12; Orchestra 
12; Student Council 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 
Cheerleader 12; Lettermans' Club 12. 



Seniors/31 



MERRY B.DOLTER Beth 

Big Show 10; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 1 I ; Powder Puff 
"Gold" 12. 

MICHAEL DONLEY Mad Dog 

Diving Team 10,1 1,12; Swim Team 10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12. 



CYNTHIA A. DOTSON 
O.W.E. 11,12; Powder Puff 12. 



SANDRA M. DOTSON 
O.W.E. 11.12. 



Cyndi 



Sandv 



JACK T. DOWNER Smack 

Wrestling 10,1 1,12; Choral Masters 10; Varsity Chorale 11,12; 
Student Council 12; Debate Club 11; N.H.S. 11,12; Powder 
Puff "Gold" Coach 12; Investment Club 12: Sophomore Class 
10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Varsity Varieties 11. 



DEBORAH S. DOWNING 



MARIA T. DRAXLER Maria 

Majorette Club 10,11,12; Major- 
ette 12; Sophomore Class 10; 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 
12; Ad Club 11,12; Spirits 11;' 
G.A.A. II; N.H.S. 11,12; Wres- 
tling Aide 1 1 . 

VICTORIA L.DUBECKY Vicki 
O.E.A. 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 

GAILM.DUDEK Gail 

G.A.A. 10; Majorette Club 
10,11,12; Majorette 12; Soph- 
omore Class 10; Powder Puff 
"Gold" 12. 



PATRICIA L.DUDLEY Dud 

Red Cross Club 11; Science 
Seminar 11; Teacher's Aide 12; 
Ski Club 12; Library Aide 10; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 

KIM A. DUFFY Duffy 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior 

Class 11, Cabinet 11; Senior 

Class 12; Girls' Softball 11,12; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 

DARYL A. DUREIKO Daryl 

Science Seminar 10; A.V. Club 
10,11; Metal Sculpture Club 
10,11,12. 




Patricia L. Dudley 



Kim A. Duffy 



Daryl A. Dureiko 



32/Seniors 



ROBERT E.DUTKO 



Bob 



RICHARD K.EDE 



DIANA K. EDGAR 



Rich NAHIDEI.I.INI 



Nahid 



Diana TIMOTHY ERJAVEC Erj. RJ 

Football 10,1 1.12: Baseball 10; Weight Club 
Fifi 10,1 1: Powder Puff Referee 12; indoor Track 



DONNA M ELLENBEST 

Majorette Club 10,11,12; Majorette 11.12, 12. 

Captain 12; G.A.A. 10,11, Treasurer 11; 

N.H.S. 11,12; Ad Club 12; Junior Class DANIEL L. ESSERT 

11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 

12; Spirits 12; Student Council 10.12; JOHNM.ESTOK 

Medical Explorers 11,12. Key Club 10,11. 



Dan 



Zero Gravity 



LORRAINES. EVANS Evans 
Marching Band 10; Junior Class 11; 

Senior Class 12; Girls' Swim Team 11; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 

ROBERT C.EVANS Bob 

Ski Club 10,11; Junior Class 11; Senior 
Class 12; Spirits 12. 



y-^r 



Nahid Ellini 



SCOTT A. EVANS 



Scott 




They put these manequins in the strangest positions! 



Timothy Erjavec 




Daniel L. Essert 




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John M. Estok Lorraine S. Evans Robert C. Evans Scott A. Evans 



Seniors/33 




Cheryl L. Everson Margaret C. Eyman Michael R. Fabec 





Ronald P. Fabec Helen Fabianich 




David C. Fabig 



Charles T. Fagan Robert M. Farinacci 







"Okay, Stick 'em up!" 

CHERYL L. EVERSON Cheryl 

Data Processing 11,12, Secretary 11,12. 

MARGARET C. EYMAN Peggy 

G.A.A. 10,11, Executive Board 11; 
N.H.S. 11,12: Euclidian 11,12; A.F.S. 
10,11,12; Volleyball Aide 10; Track 
Aide 11,12; Girls' J.V. Basketball 10; 
Girls' Softball 10; Science Seminar 
11; Teacher's Aide 10,11,12; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 
"Gold" 12. 

MICHAEL R. FABEC Mike 

Cross Country 11,12; Indoor Track 
10,11.12; Track 10,11,12. 




^ Richard Farkas 



Cynthia L. Fawcctt 



RONALD P. FABEC Ron 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Stage Band 12. 

HELEN FABIANICH Helen 

Survey 11,12, Co-Editor 12; Girls' Chorus 
10; Choral Masters 11; N.H.S. 11,12; I.Q.S. 
11,12. 



DAVID C. FABIG 
Ski Club 11; D.E. 12. 



CHARLES T. FAGAN 



ROBERT M. FARINACCI 



RICHARD FARKAS 



Dave 



Chuck 



Bob 



Rick 



CYNTHIA L.FAWCETT Cindy 

Girls' Gymnstics 10,11; Teacher's Aide 12. 

BEDA M.FEDERICI Fetuccini 

Pink Panthers 10,11,12, Treasurer 12; Spirits 
10,11,12; Teacher's Aide 10; Survey Business 
Staff 11; Ad Club 11; Soccer Aide 10.11.12; 
Big Show 11; Fall Play 12; Student Store 11; 
N.H.S. 11,12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12; 
Eucuyo 1 1. 



Beda M. Federici 



A. Maria Festini 



EDWIN E.FILBY Ed 

A.V. Club 10; Lighting Crew 10,11.12; Big 
Show 10.11,12; Fall Play 10.11,12; Winter 
Play 10,11,12; Senior Talent Night 10.11.12. 



NANCYA.FILSINGER 

Track Aide 10. 



Nancy 



ROBERTA M.FINNELEY Bobbi 

Horsemanship Club 10; Teacher's Aide 11; 
Nurse's Aide 11.12. 



CRAIG A. FISHER 
ROBERT J. FITZSIMMONS 
BYRON FONDRAN 



Craig 
Fitz 
Jay 



A. MARIA FESTINI 



Maria 



34/Seniors 





^^ 1 

Craig A. Fisher Robert J. 

Fitzsimmons 




I always do this in my spare time.' 



The 5 o'clock shadow. 




Byron Fondran 



Christopher M. Deborah M. Foster 

Formica 



Cheryl L. Frank Edward R. Franko 




Sandra L. Frattin 



Marc Freedman 



Donna L. French 



Lisa A. Friedel 



Robin L. Friend 



CHRISTOPHER M. FORMICA 

Student Store 10. 



Chris 



EDWARD R. FRANKO 

Football 10; N.H.S. 11,12. 



Ed MARC FREEDMAN Fred 

Survey Editorial Staff 10,11,12. Co-Ed- 
itor 12: Tennis Team 10,11; N.H.S. 11,12; 
Debbie SANDRA L. FRATTIN Sandy I.Q.S. 1 1,12; Powder Puff Majorette 12. 

Children's Drama Club 10; Winter Play 

10; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Sten- DONNA L. FRENCH Donna 

ography Club 11, Vice President 11; Senior Swim Team 10; Swim Leader 10,11. 
Stenography Club 12, President 12; In- 
Chief 12; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters vestment Club 12; Senior Class 12; Spirits LISA A. FRIEDEL Lisa 
11; Varsity Chorale 12; Big Show 10,12; 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 

N.H.S. 11,12; I.Q.S. 11,12; Winter Play ROBIN L. FRIEND Robin 

12; Senior Talent Night 12; Powder Puff 
12. 



DEBORAH M.FOSTER 

CHERYL L.FRANK Fred 

Ski Club 10; Euclidian Staff 10,11,12; Eucli 
dian Section editor 11; Euclidian Editor-in 



Seniors/35 



DOMINIC J. FUERST 

ANTHONY GABRIELE 

GLORIA J. GADMACK 

C.O.E. 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



Dominic 

Tony 

Gloria 



LYNNM.GARAPIC Lynn 

G.A.A. 10; Science Seminar 10; A.F.S. 10; G.A.A. Executive 

Board 11; Powder Puff "Gold" 12; N.H.S. 11,12; Teacher's 
Aide 11,12. 

WILLIAMJ.GARGIULO Bill 

JUDITH L. GARRETT Judy 

Girls" Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11; Orchestra 10; Winter 
Play 11,12; Big Show 11; Fall Play 12. 

CURTIS R.GASSER Curt 

Varsity Soccer 10; Varsity Swimming 10,11; Swim Leader 11; 
Swim Show 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior 
Class 12; O.E.A. 12. 

DEBORAH A. GAWDOR Debbie 

Girls" Volleyball 10,11; G.A.A. 10,11; Gym Leader 12. 



Ht.-SS 




Lynn M. Garapic William J. Gargiulo 




NANCY A.GAYDOS Nancy 

Girls" Chorus 10; Choral Masters 
11; Children's Drama Club 10; 
Swim Team II, Manager 11. 

RICHARDC.GAYLOR Rick 

ANDREA M.GERL Andrea 

CORINNEL.GESKE Cory 

GINAGIANGIACOMO 



GLEN J.GIEGERICH 

Survey Artist 10. 

SAMS.GIUNTA 




Dominic J. Fuerst 
A typical "head". 




Gina 
Glen 

Sam 



MICHAEL D.GLASER Mike 
Varsity Swimming 10,1 1,2; Varsity 
Cross Country 10,12; Varsity 
Water Polo 1 1 . 

MAUREEN A. CLICK Flick 

C.O.E. 12, Social Chairman 12. 

LEEA. GLINSKI Lee Ann 

Children"s Drama Club 10 
Survey Business Staff 10,11,12 
Ski Club 10,11,12; I.Q.S. 11,12 
N.H.S. 11,12; Marching Band 
10,11; Concert Band 10; Powder 
Puff "Gold"" 12; Softball Aide 10. 




Anthony Gabriele 



Gloria J. Gadmack 




Judith L. Garrett 



Curtis R. Gasser Deborah A. Gawdor Nancy A. Gaydos Richard C. Gaylor 



36/Seniors 



BONNIE M.GLOVAN Bonnie 
Choral Masters 12. 



ALAN N.GOLDSTEIN Alan 



PAMELA AGON AS Pam 

G 



JOHN J.GRABITZ 



.lohn 



PATRICK GRIESHAMMER Gries 

Water Polo 10.1 1,12; Varsity Swimming 10,1 1.12: Swim Show 
10,11,12; Scnoir Class 12; Track 10; Orchestra 10,11; Powder 
Puff Cheerleader "Gold" 12. 



LAURA L.GRIFFIS 



lirls- Chorus 10; Choral Masters STANLEY J. GREGORIN Jack RpHrm«CI„hll Serref.rv 
1; C.O.E. 12. Secretary 12; Weight Lifting Club 10.1 1,1 2; J.V. Red Cro.ss Club 1 1. Secretary 



Ski Club 12; O.E.A. 



OE.A. 12. Football 10; J.V. Baseball 10; 

Varsity Football 11,12; Varsity 
CATHY GORN Cat Baseball 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; 

A.F.S. 10,12; Powder Puff "Gold" Powder Puff Majorette 12; Senior 
12. Class 12; Letterman Club 11,12. 



NANCY L.GRISWOLD 



Griff 

11,12. 

Nancy 




Glen J. Giegerich Sam S. Giunta Michael D. Glaser Maureen A. Click Lee A. Glinski 




Bonnie M. Glovan Alan N. Goldstein Pamela .'\. Gonas Cathy Gorn John J. Grabitz 





Stanley J. Gregorin Patrick Laura L. Griffis Nancy L. Griswold 

Grieshammer 



Seniors/37 




Kevin Hartegan 



David J. Harth 



DINEEN M. GROSEL Dena 

Stenography I II; Stenography II 12, 
Vice President 12; Powder Puff "Blue" 
12; O.E.A. 11,12. 

JILL M. GROUDLE Jill 

Indoor Track 10,1 1,12; Girls' Track 10, 
11,12; Senior Class 12; Ski Club 12. 



MICHAEL R.GRUBAR 
D.E. 11,12, Treasurer 12. 

STEPHEN J. GRZSIK 

Vocational Automotives ll,i: 

LAWRENCER. HALE 



Grube 
Crank 

Larry 
Cindy 



CINDYJ.HANEY 

Survey 10,1 1,12, Business Manager 12 
A.F.S. 10. 



Debra 

RITAA. HANEY Rita 

Gymnastic Team 10; Swim Leader \ 
C.O.E. 12, Historian 12. 

ERIC J. HANSON Eric 

Media Aides 10,11,12; Camera Club 
1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, President 1 2; Big Show 10,11, 
12; Senior Talent Night 10,11,12; 
Li(>hting Crew 10,11,12; Senior Class 
12; Swim Show 10,11,12; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader "Gold" 12; Buckeye Boys" 
State 11; Euclidian 10,11,12; Head 
Photographer 12; Survey 10,11,12; 
LQ.S, 11,12; Varsity Tennis 10,11,12. 

LORIP. HARPS Lori 

O.W.E. 11,12. 

KEVIN HARTEGAN Kevin 

DAVID J. HART Dave 

Pinochle Club 10,11,; O.E.A. 12; Stu- 
dent Store 11,12, Manager 11,12. 



38/Seniors 





DENISEHARTMAN 



Denisc 



MICHELLE HAUPT 

A.F.S. 12. 



Michelle 



DARLENEM.HARWOOD Dar 
G.L.C. 10; Red Cross Club 11.12, 
President 12; Student Council 12; 
Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 
"Gold" 12; Spirits 12; Eucuyo 12. 

CYNTHIA J. HASSEL Cindy 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 1 2; Track Aide 
10. 

SANDRA E. HASTINGS Sandie 
Orchestra 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Big Show 1 0, 1 1 . 
12; Majorette Club 10.11; Child- 
ren's Drama Club 10.11,12; Fall 
Play 12, Student Director 12; Swim 
Leader 1 I; Winter Play 12, Set De- 
sign 1 2; Junior Class 1 1 ; Senior Class 



JEFFREY B.HAUSER Jeff 

Band 10,11,12; Stage Band 10,11,12 
Pep Band 10,1 1; Marching Band 10.1 1 
Science Seminar 11; Debate Club 12 
Senior Talent Night 10.11; Orchestra 



TODD A. HAVERLOCK 


Todd 


Ski Club 10,11; Tennis 10. 




JOSEPH HAYES 


Joe 


BECKY HEALEY 


Kit 



Seniors/39 



START 
HERE 



SOPHOMORE 
YEAR 



Get lost on the 
first day. 
(Lose 1 turn) 



Join a club 
(Move ahead 
2 spaces) 



Bought an 
elevator pass. 
(Move back 3 
spaces) 



Join the foot- 
bail team. 
(Move ahead 
space) 



Christ- 
mas Va- 
cation 



Elected presi- 
dent of junior 
class. 

(Move ahead 
2 spaces) 



Contract 
Mono. 
(Lose 1 turn) 



Talk back to a 
teacher. 
(Lose 1 turn) 



Recieve an 

"A" in math 

class. 

( Receive 1 

free turn) 



GRADUATION 

The game of Graduation may be played by 
two or more players. A die and some mari<;- 
ers (Coins for example) are needed to be- 
gin. All the players start by rolling the 
die. The one with the lowest number begins 
and the play proceeds counter-clockwise. 
The first player rolls again and moves his 
marker the number of spaces shown on the 
die. A player must follow the instructions 
on any block on which he lands . 



Girlfriend 
leaves for the 
captain of the 
football team. 
(Move ahead 2 
spaces) 



JUNIOR 
YEAR 



Make a good 
impression on 
the principal. 
(Move ahead 
2 spaces) 



Summer 
Vacation 



Get a job. 
(Move ahead 
2 spaces) 



Get a date for 
Junior Prom. 
(Move ahead 3 
spaces) 



Show up for 
your classes 
all week. 
(Move ahead 1 
space) 



Become the 
star of the 
track team. 
( Move ahead 
4 spaces) 







Excepted at 

Harvard. 

( Receive I free 

turn) 


Senior 
Cut Day 






Easter 
Vacation 



Bring ilic 

teacher an 

apple. 

( Move ahead 

.1 spaces) 



I, ale lor das 
(lose 1 turn) 



Write extra 
credit report. 
(Move ahead I 
space) 



I ake english in 

summer 

school. 

Go to Senior 

\'ear 



Caught "bor- 
rowing" a 
library book. 
(Lose 2 
turns) 



Join Spirits. 
(Move ahead 2 
spaces) 




SENIOR 
YEAR 



Flunk a major 
class. 
Return to 
Junior Year 



Decide on a 

career. 

( Move ahead 2 

spaces) 



Become a Pow- 
der Puff 
Cheerleader. 
(Move ahead 3 
spaces) 



GRADUATION 




"THE 
HOLE" 

(Lose I turn) 



Lock gels 
"ripped-off 
(.Move ahead 
I space) 



Pulled fire 
alarm. 
Go back to 
"The Hole" 



Get "5" on the 
A. P. 

(Move ahead 
5 spaces) 



Valedictorian 
(Move ahead 
6 spaces) 



Pulled fire 
alarm again. 
(Return to 
"Senior 
Year") 



Caught senior 
smashing. 
(Return to 
"The Hole" 



Caught cut- 
ting on Senior 
Cut day. 
(Move back 3 
spaces) 



Take a swint' 
at a teacher 
(Go back to 
"The Hole") 



Work on Prom 
committee 
( Move ahead 
2 spaces) 



Become Win- 
ter Festival 
Queen 

(Move ahead 
space) 



Snow Da\ 
(Lose I turn) 



Caught smok- 
ing. Must 
watch movie, 
(Miss 1 turn) 




DENISEM.HEGEDUS Hcg 

G.A.C. 10; Pink Panthers 10; Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 
12. 

DONALD R. HHIMSOTH Don 

EDWARD M.HENFLING Ed 



RONALDJ. HENRY 
CYNTHIA A. HERAK 



Ron 
Ping 



CAROLYN M.HERBST Pepper 

A.F.S. 10; Swim Timer 12; Vocational 
Child Care 11,12. 



ROBERT HERSHMAN 



DAVID F.HENRY Hank 

Senior Class 12; Powder Puff Publicity 

12; NHS. 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; CHRISTA M. HILTNER 

Choral Masters 10,11; Junior Class 11; 

Euclidian Staff 12; Sophomore Class 10. MARK J. HIMMELMAN 



Bob 

Christa 

Little Man 




Donald R. Heimsoth Edward M. Henfling David F. Henry 



Ronald J. Henry 



• 






^^mt^^m ■0^'^'" '^-m 


mmhh 





'This is the SIDE of the pool, and this wet stuff is called 




Cynthia A. Herak Carolyn Herbst 



Robert Hershman Christa M. Hiltner Mark J. Himmelman 



42/Seniors 



10RA.I. HLABSE I oni 

Wai Napolo 10,11,12. President 12; Swim Leader 

10; N.H.S. 11,12; 'IVaek Aide 10; Powder Puff 
"Blue" 12. 

DOUGIAS H. HODAKIi;VIC Dudley 

Media Aides 10,1 1,12; Camera Club 10,1 1,12; I'. A, 
Club 10,11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; Fall Play 10,1 1, 
12; Winter Play 10,11,1 2; Senior Talent Night 10, 
11,12; lighting Crew 10,1 1 ,1 2; Swim Show 10,11, 
12; Baekpacking Club 11,12; Radio Club 10; Ski 
Club 1 1,12. 



ROBl-RTI. HOI 1 AND 



Bob 



IIARR> P IIOC.AN 

"I just saw ;i mouse'""" 



Phil 



MARY II. HOI Ml S Mary II 

Sophomore Class 10, .Seeretary 10; 
Sophomore Class 10, Seeretary 10; 
Varsity Chorale 12; .I.V. Girls' Vol- 
leyball 1 1; .I.V. Girls' Basketball II; 
Softball 1 1; G.A.A. 10,1 1; Senior 
Class 12; Choral Masters II; Girls' 
Chorus 10; Junior Class II; I'lash- 
card Section 12; Majorette Club 10; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 

CAROI A. HOl.ODNIAK Carol 
tuelidian Staff 12; Junior Class 1 1; 
Spirits 10,1 1,12; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12; Hockey 
Aide 12. 



THOMAS WHONGOSH Tom 

Baseball 10,11; Water Polo 10; l-ootball 11. 



PHIl IPHOkABIK 

Football 1(1, II, I 2 



Phil 



RICHARDS HORN Bucky 

J.V. Cross Country 10; Cross Country 11; 
Water Polo 12; Swim Team 10,1 1,12; Spirits 
11,12; Swim Leader 11,12; Senior Class 12; 
Track 11,12, 



MICHFLLi; L. HORNSBY 



Missy 



JANFTL HOSA Janny 

Marching Band 10; Data Processing Club 1 1. 
12. 






Robert J. Holland Mary H. Holmes Carol A. Holodniak 



mTA 




Thomas W. Hongosh 

m 



Philip Horabik Richard S. Horn Michelle L. Hornsby Janet L. Hosa 






Brian J Houser 



Susan Hrwatzki 



James P. Hug Pamela J. Humpal 



Seniors/43 



James D. Hunt Scott Hurshman James L. Huston Mary Lou Ice 




Xw-r*=^ 



Eileen Imler 




Catherine R. Jacobs James A. Jalcovlic 

BRIAN J.HOUSER Hous 

Marching Band 10; Vocational Graphic Arts 
11. 



SUSAN HRWATZKI 



Sue 



JAMES P. HUG Mugs, Horg, Slug 

Football 10; Cross Country 11; Swim Show 
12; Euclid Outdoors Club 12. 



PAMELA J. HUMPAL 



Pam 



JAMES D.HUNT Jim 

Football 10.11,12; Varsity Wrestling 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, 
Captain 12. 



SCOTT HURSHMAN 
JAMES L.HUSTON 



Scott 
Tex 



MARY LOU ICE Mary Lou 

Girls" Track 10,11,12; J.V. Football Cheer- 
leader 11; J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 11, 
Captain 11; Spirits 12; Varsity Cheerleader 
1 2; Powder Puff "Gold" 1 2; Senior Class 12. 



EILEEN IMLER 



LYNN.M.INDIANO 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



Eileen 
Lynn 





Lynn M. Indiano Lawrence F. Insana Sharon M. Ivancic 




Ruta Jakubauskas 



Gail A. Jalovec 



LAWRENCE F. INSANA Stich 

Student Council 10,11; Track 10.11,12; In- 
door Track 10,1 1,12; Football 10,1 1,1 2; Swim 
Show 10,11,12; Choral Masters 10,1 1; Spirits 
10,11,12. 

SHARON M. IVANCIC Sharon 

G.A.A. 10,11; G.L.C. 11,12; Ski Club II. 

CATHERINE R. JACOBS Kate 

Vocational Commercial Art 11,12. 

JAMESA.JAKOVLIC Jim 

A.F.S. 11. 

RUTA JAKUBAUKAS Ruta 

Senior Class 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12; 
Clerk Typist 11,12; President 12; O.E.A. II, 

12. 




GAILA. JALOVEC 

Cosmetology 11,12. 



Gail 



MICHELLE N.JAMNIK Michelle 

Survey Business Staff 10,1 1,1 2; Secretary I 2. 

DONNA M.JANES Donna 

Gymnastic Team 10,1 1; Junior Class 1 1, Cabi- 
net II; Student Council 11,12, Executive 
Cabinet 12; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 
"Blue" 12; Football Aide 10. 

TERESA A. JANKOVICH Terry 

Girls' Track 10; Spirits 10,1 1,1 2; A.F.S. II; 
Science Seminar 1 1 ; G.A.A. 1 I . 

MARYA. JANKOWSKI Mary 

Girls" Tennis Team I I; Spirits 10,1 1; Senior 
Class 12; Powder Puff Publicity 12; G.A.A. 



JOSEPH J. JARMUSKIEWICZ Joe 

J.V. Football 10; J.V. Wrestling 10; VICA 
12. 



RICHARDS. JAMBOR Rich 

Indoor Track 10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Track 10, 
11,12, Captain 12; Football 10,1 1,12; Choral 
Masters 10; Varsity Chorale 11,12; Sopho- 
more Class 10; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Class 
12; Cabinet 12; Sophomore Class President 
10; N.H.S. 11,12; Swim Leader 11; Debate 
Team 11,12; Spirits 12; Flash Card Section 



44/Seniors 




Richard S. Jambor Michelle N. Jamnik Donna M. Janes Teresa A. Jankovich Mary A. Jankowski 




Memories grow at Euclid Ruth A. Jerome John A. Jesberger Amy B. Johnson Carv T. Johnson 

High. 




Mark J. Johnson Norman W. Johnson 



EUGENE M.JASKIEWICZ Gene 

Water Polo 10,1 1,12; J.V. Swimming 10; Swim- 
ming 10,11,12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12, Coach 
12; Senior Class 12; Swim Leader 11. 



Donna L. Johnston 



JOHN A. JESBERGER Super Stud ROBIN G. JOKELA Robin 

Soccer 10,11,12; Senior Class 12; Big Girls' Swim Team 10; A.F.S. 11; Girls' 

Show 1 1 ; Fall Play 1 2, Stage Manager 1 2; Chorus 1 0; Choral Masters 11.12; Powder 

Varsity Chorale 12. Puff "Gold" 12. 



ROBERT JEJCIC 



Robert 



CHRISTINES.JELENIC Cricket 

Big Show Stage Crew 10,1 1; C.O.E., O.E.A., 12; 
Survey Typist 12; Girls' Chorus 10. 

RUTH A. JEROME Ruth 

Swim Leader 10; Wai Napolo 10,11,12; J.V. 
Cheerleader 10; Varsity Cheerleader 1 1,12; Pow- 
der Puff 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 



AMY B.JOHNSON A.J. DOUGL.AS A. JONES Doug 

^;*^,'^;J"-i-"'"",'°^^'f^^, "\^°'^*'^'^^"^^''' ^^^™ Leader 11; Sophomore Class 10; 

Junior Class I 1; Senior Class 12. Cabinet 
12; Water Polo 11,12; Swim Team 10.1 1. 



Club 10; Teacher's Aide 10.11. 
CARV T.JOHNSON Gary 

MARK J. JOHNSON Mark 

NORMAN W.JOHNSON Big Norm 
DONNA L.JOHNSTON Vackie 



12. Co-Captain 12; Spirits 10.1 1.1 2; Swim 
Show 10.1 1.12. 

CHRISTINE M. JOURNEY Worm 

Senior Class 12; O.E.A. 1 1; Date Process- 
ing 11, Treasurer 11; Teacher's Aide 10, 



Seniors/45 



Wally 

Lydia 

Sharon 

Chris 

Charlie 

PAULA K.KARDOS Paula 

Vocational Stenography 1 1, Historian 1 1 ; Teacher's 
Aide 10,11,12. 



WALTERJ.JURISEVIC 
LYDIA L.JURKOVIC 
SHARON M.KANE 

CHRISTINA KANEEN 

Red Cross Club 1 1 ; C.O.E., O.E.A. 1 2. 

CHARLESS. KAPEC 
A.F.S. 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 



KAREN L. KARLAN 

Girls" Gymanstics 10. 

PATRICIA A. KASTELIC 
Ski Club 11; G.L.C. 10.11,12. 



Karen 



Patty 



Lori 



LORI J.KATZ 
Marching Band 10,11,12; Symphonic 
Band 10,1 1,1 2; Sophomore Class 10; Jun- 
ior Class II; Cabinet II; Senior Class 12; 
Student Council 1 1,12; Track Aide 10,11, 
12; Ad Club 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 




Paula K. Kardo; 



Karen L. Karlan Patricia A. Kasteli 



46/Seniors 



STANI.HY A. Kl I 1 I RS 

Baseball 10,12. 



CHARLi;Sl .. K1;AY Chuck 

Water Polo 10: S.I.E. 10.11, Vice President II; 

Swim Team 1 0, 1 1 ; Big Show 1 0, 1 1 ; Key Club I I , 

12; Student Council 1 1 ,1 2; Red Cross Club II, JOHNV KDNT 

12; Junior Class 1 1 ; Spirits 11,12; Winter Play q £ IIP 

12. ' ' " " 



JANICEC.KECK 

Spirits 11; Cosmetology 12; Euclidian 12. 

ERNESTO. KEHN 



KR Y.ST A I K. KENT 
Red Cross Club IO;C.O.I'; 



Stosh 



Pepper 



Kris, Amber 
2. Auditor I 2. 



E'.rnic 



KAREN K. KELLER Keller, K - 

Children's Drama Club 10.1 I ; Survey 1 1 ; Teach- 
er's Aide 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; a'.F.S. 11,12; 
Winter Play 1 1,1 2; Student Director 12; Eucuyo 
12; PA. Announcer 12; Fall Play 12. 



JOHNR.KERNYA .lohn 

MICHELLE.!. KERRETT Michelh 



LAURA 1. KESSLER Laura 
.Swim Team 10; Track 10,12; Marching 
Band 10,1 1.12; Winter Play 12. 

.lAMES A. KluSZENIiEIMER lim 

ERK W.KIMURA Eric 

SANDRA KIRBY Sandy 
Cosmetology 11,12. 




Janice C. Keck Ernest G. Kehn 



Another fire drill. 





Karen K. Keller Stanley A. Kellers John V. Kent 




John R. Kernya Michelle J. Kerretl 



Scniors/47 



CLIFFORDS. KIRCHNER Cliff 

Varsity Basketball 10,1 1 ,1 2, Co-Captain 1 1,1 2; Student Council 
12, Executive Board 12; Senior Class 12; Track 10; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader 12. 



DENISJ. KIRCHNER 
V.I.C.A. 12. 

DEBBIEKLEINHENZ 

DANIEL J. KLEMENCIC 
Ski Club 11. 

SUZANNE L.KLEPAC 
Sophomore Class 10; Ad Club 1 1 



Denis 

Debbie 
Dan 

Sue 



JOANNER. KLEPACKI Jo 

Big Show Stage Crew 10; Winter Play Stage Crew 10; Fall 

Play Stage Crew 10; Euclidian Staff 12; Water Polo 12, Flag 
Person 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 



WILLIAM L.KLUN Bill 

KAREN L.KNAUS Karen 

Clerk Typist 11,12, Secretary 11,12. 

FREDERICK W. KNIGHT Fred 

Football 10; Investment Club 12; Teacher's Aide 10. 

NINAH.KOETH Nina 

Girls' J.V. Track 10.11. 

SANDRA LKOHAGEN Sandy 

G.A.A. 10. 

EVELYN J. KOHLER Ev 

A.F.S. 10; Children's Drama Club 10,11; N.H.S. 11,12; Ski Club 11,12; 
Big Show Stage Crew 11; O.E.A. 11,12. 

JOHNF. KOKAL John 

MARVK.KONCHAN Mary 

O.E.A. II; Data Processing 11, Vice President 11. 



48/Seniors 




Suzanne L. Klepac Joanne R. Klepacki William L. Klun 



.1 AMIS KOPE 
THOMAS J. KOSIR 



KIM M. KRAWCZYS7YN Kimmy K ' 

Ski Club 10.11,12; Ad Club 11,12; Gymnaslic Team 10; Wai 
Napolo 11,12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class II; Senior 
Jim Class 12; Student Council 12. 



Tom ROBERTO. KRENISKY Bob 

Debate Team 1 2; Teacher's Aide 1 2; Medical Explorers 11,12. 
lOSEPH M. KOTLAR Joe Bob 

Baseball 10; D.E. Merchandising 12. Vice President 1 2; D.E. Retail 11 STEFANIE A. KROFINA Stefanie 

Big Show Orchestra 10; Marching Band 10,11; N.II.S. 11.12; 
Jim Pep Band 10. 



lAMESF. KOVACIC 

MICHAEL J. KRAL 

KAWN M.KRAUSE 

Girls" Swim Team 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Ski Club 1 1 , 1 2; Swim Leader 1 0. 



Mike ROBERTG.KROME 



Bob 




A.F.S. 10; Kev Club 1 1,1 2; Children's Drama Club 10.11;Gyr 
Dawn Leader 10.1 1. 



LAURA A. KRLGER Krugs 

Wai Napolo 10,11,12; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Drill 
Team 10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 
Masters 1 1. 

ARTHUR KRUTSCH Artie 

Choir 10,11. 



Karen L. Knaus Frederick W. Knight Nina H. Koeth 





John F. Kokal Mary K. Konchan Thomas Konchar 





James Kope Thomas J. Kosir Joseph M. Kotlar 





James F. Kovacic 



Michael J. Krai 



Dawn M. Krause Kim M. Krawczyszyn Robert D. Krenisky 



Seniors/49 



CARLM.KRYSIAK Stash 

Marching Band 10,11,12; V.I.C.A. 12; Symphonic Band 10, 
11,12; Orchestra 10,1 1,12; Camera Club' 10. 

FRANK KUCHARSKl Kuch 

Football 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 10.11,12; Weight Lifting 
Club 10,11; Powder Puff Cheerleading 12. 

JACQUELINE L.KUHAR Jackie 

SILVAN KUHARICH Silvan 

Soccer 10,11,12; Track 10,1 1 ,12; Student Council 12. 

MARYK.KUHEN Mary 

Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



TERESA L. KUKLICA Teresa 
Majorette Club 10; Vocational Sten- 
ography 11,12, Historian 11, Trea- 
surer 12; G.L.C. 11; G.A.A. 10, 11; 
Spirits 1 2; Key Club 1 2; O.E.A. 11, 
1 2; Teacher's Aide 1 0; Volleyball 1 1 , 
12; Softball 10. 

TINA M. KUKLICA Tina 

Majorette 1 2. 

ELSAKUTUGATA Elsa 

BRADFORD M.KUZIK Kuz 

Hockey 10; Track 11,12. 

BRIDGET A. LANE Bridget 

CHERYL L.LANTZ Cheryl 

Majorette Club 10; Student Council 
10; Sophomore Class 10; Pink Pan- 
thers 11; C.O.E. 12, Parlimentarian 
12; Girls' Chorus 10. 




Teresa L. Kuklica Tina M. Kuklica Elsa Kutugata Bradford M. Kuzik 



50/Seniors 



MICHELEA. LANTZY 








Shelly, Bird 


DHNISELASTORIA 








Denise 


JOHN A.l.AUGHLIN 








Nubs 


.I.V. Basketball 10: J.V. Soccer 
12. 


1; V 


arsity Soccer 


l.ORl A.l ALKIAVICH 








Luke 


Children's Drama Club 


0, 


1 1; 


Ski 


Club 11.12; 


O.E.A. 1 1,12. President 1 


2; 


A.F.S. 


10; Teacher's 


Aide 1 1,12; Euclidian Sal 


csman 


11, 


2; Big Show 


Stage Crew 11; Majorette 


C 


ub 


10. 




EUGENE C.LaVALLEY 








Eug 


J.V. Baseball 10; Baseball 


1 1 


12; 


Hockey 10,11,12; 


l.etlcrmen C-|ub 10,11,12. 










SCOTT R. LAWYER 








Scott 


ROBERT LEGAN 








Bob 


J.V. Basketball 10; J.V. B 


asL 


ball 10. 




MARYJ.LEGGE 








Mary Jane 


Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 










RICHARDLENDER 








Rick 





Bridget A. Lane Cheryl L. Lantz Michele A. Lantzy "Walking Tall" 



t- p wr^ 



Denise Lastoria John A. Laughlin Lori A. Laukiavich Eugene C. La Valley Scott R. Lawyer 






Robert Legan Mary J. Legge Richard A. Lender 



Seniors/51 



CHARLES L.LIMBERT 

Powder Puff Publicity 12. 



Chuck 



PATRICIA LEPLEY 
G.A.A. 10. 



Pattie 



DAVIDA. LINANE Rabbit 

Basketball 10,11,12; Track 10. 



CORAA. LESEFKY Baker 

Spirits 10; C.O.E. 12; O.E.A. 12. 

LAURA F. LICK Laura 

Student Council 1 2, Spirit Chairman 
1 2- Powder Puff 1 2; Wai Napolo 1 1 , 
12, Secretary 12; N.H.S. 11.12; Ski 
Club 10,11,12; Swim Leader 10; Ad 
Club 11,12; Track Aide 10,12; 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 
II, Cabinet 11; Senior Class 12, 
Cabinet 12. 



RICHARD W.LISKO 



Richard 



LORRAINES. LITTLETON 

Lorriane 



EDWARD L.LOCKE 
O.E.A. 11,12. 



Ed 



KEITH A. LOCKHART Ed 

Marching Band 10,11; Symphonic 
Band 10,11; Senior Class 12; Pow- 
der Puff "Blue" Coach 12. 



MARILYN LOKAR 

Wrestling Aide 10. 

MICHELEL. LONCHAR 
NANCY A. LONG 
SANDRA LOOMIS 
BRENDAL.LORAW 



Mimi 

Michele 
Nancee 
Sandra 
Smiles 



Choral Masters 11; A.F.S. 10; C.O.E. 12, Vice President 12; 
O.E.A. 12, Vice President 12; Survey Business Staff 10,11; 
Senior Class 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12; Euclidian Salesman 
10,11,12; Teacher's Aide 11. 




Sandra L. Loomis Brenda L. Loraw 



52/Seniors 



JOSEPH M.LORHNCH 

Soccer 10. 




Joe 






FREDERICK M.LOVE 
KATHYJ.LUCAS 
JONI L.LUCCIO 




Fred 
Kalliy 
Luch 


SANDRA L. LUDA 
Vocational Child Care 1 1,12. 

CHRISTINE M.LUSKY Chri 
Co.smetology 11.12; Powder 
"Blue" 12. 

DENNIS J. LYNCH L 

Varsity Football 1 1; Varsity Bas 
11; Lettermen Club 1 1. 


Sandy 

s. Lusk 
PulT 




^ 


■ 


yncher 
kctball 




^K 


^^1 


KEVIN E. LYNCH 


Kevin 




^ 


1 


MICHAEL A. LYNN 
Baseball 10,11.12; Football 10. 

JOSEPH MACK 

Euclid Outdoors Club 11,12; 
Leader 11.12. 


Lynns 

Joe 

Swim 






H 


WILLIAM MACK 

Euclid Outdoors Club 11.12. 

Leader 12. 


Bill 
Swim 




J[^ 


d^ 


^\. 


f'f 


J^J^ 


fc\ 


iV 


Kb 


Ya 



Joseph M. Lorence Frederick M. Love 



Kathy J. Lucas 



Joni L. Luccio Sandra L. Luda Christine M. Lusky Dennis J. Lynch Kevin E. Lynch 

"I always cry during sad stories." 

wrr ' 





Michael A. Lynn Joseph Mack William Mack 




53 





Donna L. Madison Beth L. Madorsky Michael R. Maggio John W. Magruder 




Brian R. Makse Michael Malloy David L. Mangosh 



Ruth A. Manners John M. Mansperger 




Rose Mantz 



Beveraly A. Manzo 



DONNA L.MADISON Donna 

Fall Play 11; Winter Play 10,11; A.F.S. 11; Big Show 
11; Marching Band 10,11. 12; Concert Band 10,1 1,12. 

BETH L. MADORSKY Beth 

Gymnastic Team 10; C.O.E. 12, Treasurer 12. 

MICHAEL R. MAGGIO Magg 

J.V. Soccer 10,1 1 ; Varsity Soccer 1 2; Senior Class 1 2; 
Junior Class 1 1 ; Swimming 10; Outdoor Track 1 1 ; D.E. 
11; Ski Club 12; Spirits 10,1 1,12. 



JOHN W. MAGRUDER 

Wrestling 10. 



John 




FRANK H.MAIRE Frank 

J.V. Football 10; Varsity Football 12; 
J.V. Basketball 10; J.V. Baseball 10; 
Varsity Baseball 11,12; Varsity Chorale 
12; Senior Class 12; Sophomore Class 
10. 

BRIAN R.MASKE Bn-Bri 

Choral Masters 10,12. 

MICHAEL MALLOY Mike 

Big Show 10; A.F.S. II; Fall Play 11. 



BEVERLY A. MANZO Bev 

Clerk Typist 11,12, Vice President 12; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12; Senior Class 
12; O.E.A. 11,12. 



JOANNEMARINO 

Junior Class 1 1 . 



Joanne 



JANICE L.MARKHAM J.J. 

Marching Band 10; Symphonic Band 
10; C.O.E. 12; G.A.A. 10; Vocational 
Stenography 1 1 . 



DAVID L. MANGOSH 

Ski Club 10,11. 

RUTH A. MANNERS 
JOHN M. MANSPERGER 
ROSE MANTZ 



Dave LAURAJ.MARKULIN 



Ruth 
John 
Rosie 

Mark 



JOSEPH B. MAROSAN 

Football 10. 



Laura 
Joe 



MARK MANTZ 

Euclidian Staff 10; Swim Leader 1 1 
Vocational Auto 11,12. 



KATHLEEN M. MARTIN Kathie 
Choral Masters 1 1; Varsity Chorale 12; 
Cheerleader 10,11,12; Powder Puff 
"Gold" 12; Spirits 12. 



SANDRA J.MARTIN 
Teacher's Aide 1 2. 



Sandi 



54/Seniors 




Joanne Marino Janice 1-. Mari<ham There's my ad under "Bargain Buys of ilic Week 



ura J, Markulin 





Joseph B. Marosan Kathleen M. Martin Sandra J. Martin 





Rob Frank climbing the ladder of fortune Steven R. Martin 



John A. Massaro Semi \ \1 




Eileen M. Mayock George J. Mazzaro James E. McArthur Lynn M. McCallion John M. McCluskey 



STEVEN R. MARTIN Steve 

Stage Band 1 1,1 2; Golf Team 10,11.12. 

JOHN A. MASSARO John 

Track 10; Wrestling 1 1: Cross Country 12; 
Swim Team 10; J.V. Football 10. 



SCOTT A. MAXWELL 

Football 10,11,12; Baskctba 
10,11.12; Indoor Track 1 
Club 11.12; Chess Club 12. 



GEORGE J. MAZZARO George 

VarsityGolf 1 1,1 2; J.V. Tennis 10; Varsity 
Tennis 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Lab Assistant 
1 1; Computer Jock 12. 

JAMES E. Mc ARTHUR Jim 

LYNN M. Mc CALLION Lvnn 



Borneo 
; Baseball 

Lettermen JOHN M. Mc CLUSKEY Bunky 

J.V. Football 10; Varsity Football 11.12; 
Golf Team 12; Lettermen Club 10.11.12; 
EILEEN M. MAYOCK Eileen Chess Club 10; Varsity Club 1 1 .1 2. 

Choral Masters 10,11; Girls" Swim Team 

11.12; Senior Class 12; Ski Club 12; Pow- MARK J. Mc DONOLGH Mac 

der Puff "Gold" 12; Swim Leader 10; 
Medical Explorers Club 11.12. 



Seniors/55 



STEPHEN Mc KENNA Mack 

Football 10,12. Manager 10,12, Trainer 10,12; Wrestling 10; Man- 
ager 10; Indoor Track 10, Manager 10; Soccer 1 2, Trainer 12; Pow- 
der Puff 12, Trainer 12. 

MARGARET A. Mc LAREN Margie 

A.F.S. 10,11,12, Secretary 11; Big Show 10,11; Stage Crew 11; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12; Swim Leader 10; Eucuyo 11. 



LINDA Mc LAUGHLIN 

G.A.A. 10; I.O.E. 11,12; Spirits 12. 



Linda 



JAMES B. Mc MULLEN Micro 

A.F.S. 10,11; Fall Play 10,11; Winter Play 10; Big Show 10,11; 
Children's Drama Club 10. 



TERRENCE T. Mc NALLY 

TERRY A. Mc NAMARA 

FRED K. Mc VEY 

SHIREEN A.MEANEY 

DEBRAG. MEISTER 
G.A.A. 10; Ski Club 11,12. 

TERESA MELFI 



Terry 

Terry 

Flash 

Shireen 

Debbie 

Teresa 



LISA A. MEYER Lisa 

Marching Band 10,11,12; A.F.S. 10,11,12, President 12; Fall Play 11. 
12; Winter Play 10,1 1,12; Big Show 10; Eucuyo 1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12; 
Senior Class 12; Eucuyo Short Story Editor 12. 

DIANE MICALE Diane 

Wrestling Aide 10,11 , Secretary 11; A.F.S. 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 

JO ANNG. MICHAEL JoAnn 

Junior Class 1 1; Cheerleader 1 1; I.O.E. 1 1,12, Treasurer 11,12; Spirits 
II. 




Fred K. McVey Shireen A. Meaney 



56/Seniors 



,l{)ll\ MIHl^LI 



DAVID A. MIHEl ICH 

Teacher's Aide 1 1 . 



John 
Dave 



KATHLEEN A. MIKELICH Kalhy 

Wrestling Aide 10,11,12. President 12; Sophomore Class 
10; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Class 12; Ad Club 12; N.H.S. 

11,12. 

\1AR^ ANN MIKOVICH Miekcv 

Gymnastic Team 10; Big Show 10,1 1,12; Fall Play 11,12; 
Winter Play I 1,12; N.H.S. 1 1 ,1 2; Senior Talent Night 12. 

KAREN M. MILLER Karen 

Marching Band 10.11,12; Pep Band 10,11; A.F.S. 11.12; 
Girls" Track 10; Track Aide 11,12; G.A.A. 10; Ski Club 
11,12. 



LINDAS. Mil LER 

Cosmetology 1 1,12. 

MAR^ I Mil 1 ER 
WILLIAMT. Mil I IR 
NADER MIRHADl 
LORI MOLNAR 




Thumper 

Mary 

Billy 

Nader 

Lori 

LILIANAMONTEJO Lili 

A.F.S. Exchange Student 12; Wai 
Napolo 1 2; Survey 1 2. 

ELLEN MOON EY Ellen 

Horsemanship Club 10,11; Child- 
ren's Drama Club 10, 



NANCY MOORE 



Nancy 



CHRISTOPHER MYERS Chris 
Science Seminar 1 1 . 




Diane Micale Jo Ann G. Micheal 



John Miheli 




"Hey, don't I get service at this table?" David A. Mihelich Kathleen A. Mihclich Mary Ann Mikovich 





Karen M. Miller 



MARGARETS. MURPHY Peggy 

Office Machines 1 2; Teacher's Aide 1 2. 



RICHARD MULVINAS 



Fonz 



ROBERTS. MORVAJI Siggy, Bob 
MArching Band 10,1 1.12. 

CHERYL A. MORABITO Cheri 

Majorette Club 10; Wai Napolo 11,12, 
Show Director 12; N.H.S. 11,12; 
G.A.A. 10.11: Eucuyo 12, Art Editor 
12; A.F.S. 12; Fall Plav 1 2; Winter Play 
12. 



DONALD MORRIS 



Don 





i 






W- 



DIANE L.NACINOVICH Diana 

Student Council 11; Ad Club 11,12; Junior 
Class 1 1, Cabinet 1 1; Senior Class 12. 

STEPHENS. NAGEL Nages 

A.F.S. 11; Children's Drama Club 10,11; 
Student Store 1 1; Drama Club 10,1 I; Swim 
Leader 1 1 . 



William Miller Nader Mirhadi Thomas J. Molkentin Liin Mulnar 






Christopher Myers 



Robert S. Morvaji 



Richard Mulvinas Margaret S. Murphy Donald Morris 

He's new here. His name is XR-7. 




^^^^^ /I_^^3 




I 



Diane L. Nacinovich Stephen S. Nagel 



58/Seniors 




I RANCFSNAGODl- 
RIC 11 ARDP. NASS 



I'riinccs 
Rich 
Boris 

VICTORIA L. NEFF Tory 

Girls' Varsity Swim Team 10,11.12; Stu- 
dent Council 11,12. Treasurer 1 2; Ad Club 
12; Junior Class II; Senior Class 12. 



BORIS NASTASICII 

Hockev 10. 



NANCY A. NIMIC I:K Mom 

Football Aide 10; Girls' Chorus 10; 
Choral Masters 11; Big Show 10.11,12; 
Girls' Gym Leader 11; N.M.S. 11.12; 
Powder Puff Football 11.12; Senior Class 
12. Cabinet 12; Student C Duneil 10,11. 
12. Committee Chairman 12; Spirits 10. 
11; .I.V. Cheerleader 10; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 11.12; Teacher's Aide 10; A.F.S. 
1 1. 



JOFIN M. NEUBFRT 



John 



GARY P. NFIDE 
GRFGOR^J NFIDi: 
THOMAS C.NELSON 



JANICEL. NEUMANN Jan 

Spirits II; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 
12; Horsemanship Club 10; Euclidian 
Staff 12; Teacher's Aide 12. 



Gary 

Greg 

LAURELS. NICCUM Laurie 

Tom A.F.S. 11; Fall Play II; Junior Class 11; 

Senior Class 12; Band Librarian 10.1 1,12; 

Varsity Chorale 1 2. 




Nancy A. Nemecek John M. Ncubert Janice L. Neumann Laurel S. Niccum 



Seniors/59 




BRIAN E. NICHOLLS 
JANET A. NICKELS 



PAULR. NIEDERMEYER Koogk 

Basketball 10; A.F.S. 10,11; Girls' Basketball 
Coach 1 1; Teacher's Aide 



RONALD A. NIEMCZURA Ron 

MICHAEL F.NORTON Mike 

DANIEL J. NOVAK Dan 



CAROL M.NOVINC Carol 

Vocational Stenography 11,12; O.E.A. 11,12; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12; Girls' Chorus 10. 



60/Seniors 




Steven A. Nykiel Angela M. Oberaitis Michael O Brochta 



CHRISTOPIIF.RC.OTCASEK 



Chris 



JOHN 1 OFFERLE 
1 AURA L.OGDEN 
Ml SUN OH 
MARYM.OLGIATE 



John DALEONIONS 

Uaura DIANA ORTMAN 

Mi Sun SAl.UY E.ORTON 

Mary DANIEL E. OSTBERG 



JENNIFFRC.OTCASHK Jenny 

Sludend Council 11,12; Senior Class 12; P. A. 
Dale Announcer 12; Children's Drama Club 10; 
Teacher's Aide 10.11,12. 
Diana 

DAVID G. O'TOOLE Dave 

Sally Swimming 10,1 1; Ski Club 12; Swim Leader 1 1. 



Dan EDWARD W.OVERBERGER 



Ed 




Christopher C. Jennifer C. Olcasek David G. O'Toole 

Otcasek 



THOMAS L.PALUMBO Tom 

Football 10,11,12; Foremen's Club 11,12; 
Lettermen Club 11,12. 



JAMES M. OWEN Jim 

RICHARD K.OWEN Rich 

KIMBERLY P. OWENS Kim 

SHARON MOYASKf Sharon 

JAMESJ.PAJK Pike 
Vocational Auto 11,12. 



PATRICIA A. PAOLUCCI 



Trish 



EVAM. PARZIALE Eva 

Hockey Aide 10,11,12; Spirits 10,11,12; N.H.S. 

1,12; Euclidian 12, Sports Co-Editor 12; Stu- 



Ad Club 12; V.I.C.A. 12. Vice President dent Council 12; Executive Board 12, Election 



12. 



TONI L. PAONSHA 



Toni 



R.SCOTT PARKER Scott 

N.H.S. 11,12; Soccer 10,1 1 ,1 2; Track 10, 
11,12. 



Chairman 12; Junior Class II; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff "Gold" 12; Teacher's Aide 12. 

ANN PASCALE Ann 

CHRISTINE E.PATTERSON Pittcr-Pat 

Spirits 11; Ad Club 12. 




Helen A. Pavlovic 



Herbert Pawski Robert H. Payne Lisa A. Pemberton 



62/Seniors 



HEU.EN A. PAVl OVIC Helen 

Junior Class II: Majorette Club 10.11,12: Majorette 11.12: 
Spirits 10.1 1,12; G.A.A. 10: Ad Club 11,12: Student Council 
11,12: Powder Puff -'Ciold" 12: Senior Talent Nighi II: 
Sophomore Class 11: Senior Class 12. 

HERBERT PA WSKI Paw 

Soccer 10,11,12: Marchinj; Band 10.11,12: Band 10.11: 
Symphonic Ensemble 12. 

ROBERT H.PAYNE Bob Prcs 

Key Club 10,11.12, Secretary 11. President 12: Student 
Council 12. President 12: P.T.S.A. 12, Board Member 12: 
Junior Class 1 1: Senior Class 12. 



Lisa 
Piz/a 

Tricia 




I aura Petkovsek Beatrice M. Petraska Deborah Petrich Gloria L. Patrick 



Lisa Petsanis 



Scniors/63 




ANTHONY J. PERKO Perk 

Choral Masters 10: Varsity Chorale II, 12; Powder Puff "Blue"' 
Head Coach 12; Senior Class 12. 



Ready 



PHILLIP L.PERME 



Phil 



JOSEPH J. PERPAR Perp 

Water Polo 10,11,12; Swimming 10,11,12; Boys" Chorus 10; 
Varsity Chorale 11,12; Powder Puff 1 2; Water Polo Captain 1 2. 



LISAPETSANIS 

Powder Puff "Gold"" 12; Student Council 1 1; Junior Class 1 1 



Lisa 



DEBORAH A. PETCHAK 

Vocational Accounting II. 

LAURA PETKOVSEK 

C.O.E. I2,Treasurer 12; O.E.A. 12. 

BEATRICE M. PETRASKA 

Swim Leader 11; N.H.S. 11,12; O.E.A. 12. 



ERICT. PENICA 

Indoor Track 10; Senior Class 12; Key Club 10. 



Rick, Bonzo 



Debbie 



Laura 



CHARLES J. PENKO Chuck 

Band 10,1 1,12; Senior Talent Night 11; Band President 12. 



Bea 



Debbie 



ROBERT J. PENKO 
CANDI L. PETTI 
GEORGEO. PHILLIPPE 



Bob 

Motor Mouth 

George 



DEBORAH M. PETRICH 

Swim Leader 10; Girls" Swim Team 10,11,12; Volleyball II; 
N.H.S. 11,12; Ad Club 11,12; Spirits 12; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff "Blue"" 12; Varsity Wrestling Cheerleader 12. 

GLORIA L.PETRICK Cinn 

N.H.S. 11,12; Red Cross Club 10; Wrestling Aide 10,11,12; 
Swim Timer 11,12; A.F.S. 10,11,12; Vice President 12; Eu- 
clidian Staff 10,11,12; Senior Editor 12; Sophomore Class 10; 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff Publicity 12: 
I.Q.S. 11.12; Ad Club 12. 



LIANA L.PHILLIPS Liana 

Homecoming Sophomore Attendent 1 0; Student Council 1 1 ; Junior Class 
11; Powder Puff "Gold"" 12. 



SUSAN C.PHILLIPS 

C.O.E. 12; O.E.A. 12; Senior Class 12. 



JOHN J.PIKULA 



Sue 



Pik 



64/Seniors 




David C. Pratt David F. Praznovsky Karen M Preston 



"Are you getting this all down?" Sharon L. Prileson 




"Another round for my friends and me!" 

JOHNS. PLANISEK Planny 

Senior Class 12: J.V. Baseball 10; J.V. Baseball 10, Captain 10: Varsitv 
Baseball 11,12, Captain 12; Orchestra 10,11; Powder Puff 12. 

JAMES F.PODRIZNIK J. P. 

.•\.F.S. 11,12, Treasurer 12; Eucuyo 12; Choral Masters 12; Winter Play 
1 1; Senior Class 1 2. 

DAVIDA.POKLAR Poke 

J.V. Baseball 10; Baseball II: Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 12; Junior 
Class 11: Golf 12. 

LORRAINE E. POLLOCK Lori 

Vocational Stenography 11,12; O.E.A. 11,12; Senior Class 12; Girls" 
Chorus 10. 



JANET POZELNIK 

Vocational Accounting 11,12; O.E.A. 12. 

DAVIDC. PRATT 

DAVID F. PRAZNOVSKY 

KAREN M.PRESTON 
C.O.E. 12, Vice President 12. 

SHARON L. PRILESON 



Jan 

Dave 
Dave 
Karen 

Sharon 



LEONARDO. POST 

CAROLYN POULOS 

Vocational Stenography 11; O.E.A. 11,12; C.O.E. 12. 

CHRISTOPHER A. POWELL 



Lenny 
Carol 

Chris 



KENNETH G.POWELL Ken 

Ski Club 10,11.12; A.F.S. 12; Eucuyo 12, Poetry Editor 12; N.H.S. 11, 
12; Fall Play 12; Winter Play 12. 



CYNTHIA M.PRITCHARD Cindy 

J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 11; Junior Class II; Cabinet II; 
Senior Class 12; Sophomore Attendant Winter Festival 10. 



NANCY A. PRYATEL Nancy 

Marching Band 10,1 1,12; Symphonic Band 10.1 1,12; Pep Band 
II; N.H.S. 11,12; Red Cross Club 11,12; Junior Class II: Pow- 
der Puff Publicity 12; Debate Team 1 1. 

BLAINE A. PULLIN Blaine 

Children's Drama Club I 1 ; Teacher's Aide 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2: Senior Tal- 
ent Night 1 1. 

LAURIE A. PL'LTORAK Polski 

Girls' Track 10: Spirits 1 1,1 2; Science Seminar 1 1 ; Cosmetology 
11,12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 



Seniors/65 



¥Ki?KiKs5Eir-S5SS?.i3!ESa3 i8B^8BBSS;>:,iJ!!SSK 






Blaine A. Pullin Laurie A. Pultorak Dean A. Putzbach Patrick J. Pyie 





Brian A. Ramona Corrine M. Beverly K. Ranson Charles P. Rapkin 

Randolph 




Patty K. Redman 



Marcia M. Reed 



Sandra L. Reid Steven L. Reminick "Wow, iookit those sexy legs!' 



DEAN A. PUTZBACH 
PATRICK J. PYLE 



BRIAN A. RAMONA Brian 

Wrestling 10; Ski Club 11; Junior Class 11, 
Cabinet 1 1 ; Senior Class 1 2. Cabinet 1 2; Pow- 
der Puff "Gold" Coach 12. 

CORRINE M. RANDOLPH 



BEVERLY K. RANSON Bev 

Metal Sculpture Club 1 2; Red Cross Club 1 2. 



Dean MARGARET A. REAGAN Margaret 

Pat THERESA L.REAGAN W.T. 

Vocational Cosmetology 11,12. 

DIANE R. REBECK Diane 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Symphonic Band 
10,11,12; Big Show Orchestra 11; Orchestra 
11,12; Band Secretary 12; Euclidian Staff 11, 
Cory 12, Activities Editor 12; Swim Timer 11,12; 
N.H.S. 11,12; Powder Puff Publicity 12; Sen- 
ior Class 1 2. 



MARCIA M. REED Marcy 

G.A.A. 10; Junior Class 11; N.H.S. 11,12; 
Senior Class 12; Euclidian Staff 12; Spirits 
12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 

SANDRA L. REID Short-Cakes 

Student Council 10; Girls" Track 10; Wai Na- 
polo 1 1 ; Swim Leader 1 1 ; Science Seminar 1 1 ; 
N.H.S. 11,12; G.A.A. 11. 



STEVEN L.REMNICK 



Steve 



CHARLES P. RAPKIN 



PATTY K.REDMAN Patti 

Chuck Pink Panthers 10,11,12, Vice President 12; 
Senior Class 12; Junior Class 1 1; Vocational 
Clerk Typist 11,12, Historian 12. 



STEPHEN M.RESAR Reese 

J.V. Football 10; Varsity Football 11,12; 
Track 10,12; Junior Class I 1; Senior Class 12; 
Senior Talent Night 12. 



66/Seniors 




Wendell W. 
Rountree 



DeSales L. Rowan Kathleen P. Rowe 



Lori B. Russell 



JOHN C.RICHARDS Rich JAMES ROEDER Roeds DE SALES L. ROWAN 

J. V. Football 10: Varsity Football 11,12; Sen- N.H.S. 1 1,12; J. V. Basketball 10; J. V. Tennis 

ior Class 12; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Talent 10; Varsity Tennis 11,12; Senior Class 12; KATHLEEN P. ROWE 

Night 12. Varsity Basketball 11. C.O.E. 12; O.E.A. 12. 



NANCY ROBERTS Nanc ALAN J. ROLIK 

Wai Napolo 10,11; Swim Leader 10,11,12; 

Swim Timer 10.11; D.C.T. 12. LORI J. ROSS 



^1 LORI B. RUSSELL 



DC. 

Lady 

Lori 



Wai Napolo 10,11,12; Swim Leader 10. 



JAMES P. ROBERTSON 
O.W.E. 11,12. 



Jim JAMESA. ROSSMAN 

P.T.S.A. 12; Debate Club 12; A.F.S. 12 



Lori 
Jim 



LANDIN D. ROBINETTE 



Landin THOMAS W. ROTONDO Ro, Possum 

J.V. Baseball 10; Indoor Track 12. 



WENDELL W. ROUNTREE 



Wendell 



Seniors/67 




'Who was that masked man?' 



Garv J Saletrik Ronald A. Salvatore Lynn M. Sample 




Susan M. Samuel Constance Santorelli Sharon L. Sapatka 

RONALD J. RYDER Yuler LYNN M. SAMPLE Lynn 

Baseball 10. Girls' Cross Country 10; Ski Club 11; 

D.C.T. 12, President 12; G.A.A. 10. 
GINAL.SABOL Gina 

SUSAN M. SAMUEL Sue 

DEBRA M. SADOWSKI Debi Varsity Chorale 1 2; Choral Masters 1 1 , 

C.O.E. 12, President 12; Clerk Typists Girls' Chorus 10. 
11, President 11. 

CONSTANCE SANTORELLI 
GARY J. SALETRIK Gary Constance 

Band 10,11.12; Pep Band 10,11,12; 

Marching Band 10,1 1,12; Orchestra 10, SHARON L. SAPATKA Sap 

11,12; Media Aide 12. G.A.A. 10; Powder Puff 12. 



RONALD A. SALVATORE 



Ron 




■'C'mon, don't make me laugh.' 



68/Seniors 



I'li/abeth 1,. Sawyer Janice L. Schal 



Julie A. Scheer Laura L. Scherbarth Joseph W. Schervish 




Carolyn E. Schmidt Roy L. Schneider 

ELIZABETH L.SAWYER Beth 

G.A.A. 10,11; Majorette Club 10,11; Girls" 
Chorus 10; Student Council 10,12; Choral Mas- 
ters 1 1; Wai Napolo 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; 
Euclidian Staff 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 



JANICE L.SCHALL 

Girls" Gym Leaders II; Spirits 12. 

JULIEA. SCHEER 



Janice 



Julie 



Susan M. 

Schuenemann 



P. Celia Schulik 



Elizabeth A. Schulte 



LAURA L. SCHERBARTH Laura 

A.F.S. 10; Junior Class II; N.H.S. I 1,12; Senior 
Class 12; Library Aide 12; Powder Puff Publici- 
ty- 



ROY L.SCHNEIDER 
SUSAN M. SCHUENEMANN 



Roy DIANE M.SCHULTZ. Diane 

Cheerleading 10,11,12, Captain 12. 
Sue 



JOSEPH W. SCHERVISH 



Joe 



JANISM.SCHIMPF Shrimp 

A.F.S. I 1,1 2, Secretary 12; Eucuyo 1 1,12, Editor- 
in-chief 12; Girls" State 11, N.H.S. 11,12; I.Q.S. 
11,12; Winter Play 10,11,12; Fall Play 12; 
G.A.A. 10; Girls" Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11, 
12; Children's Drama Club 10,1 1. 



P. CELIA SCHULIK "C"" 

Senior Data Processing 1 2, Parlimentarian P,^'^^,'^ ?; ^,^91.^ 
12; Survey 12, Business Staff 12. 



DONNA SCHWENNER Donna 

Donna 



Ski Club 
tary 12 



KAREN SCHLEIMER 

Powder Puff 12; Cosmetology 12. 



Karen 



ELIZABETH A. SCHULTE Betsy 

Swim Leader 10; Powder Puff "Blue"" 12. 

KAREN M. SCHULTE Bear 

Girls' Track 10,11; Girls' Cross-Country 
10,11; Girls' Basketball 10; Indoor Track 
I I; Ski Club I 2; Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 



V.I.C.A. Club 12, Secre- 
AMYM.SELWYN Amy 



CAROLYN E.SCHMIDT Carolvn 

Swim Leader 10; G.A.A. 10; Ski Club 10,1 I, l'2; 
Senior Class 12; Score keeper for Girls' Swim 
Team I I; Teacher's aide I I. 



Seniors/69 




Karen M. Schultz Diane M. Schultz Donna Schwenner Donna S. Scott 



Amy M. Selwyn 




Christine Shantery Timothy J. Sherman 



John M. Shipley 



Adam P. Shunk 



Sally L. Sidak 



ELLENS. SESEK Melon 

A.F.S. 10,11; Stage Band 10,11,12; March- 
ing Band 10,11,12; Symphonic Band 10,11, 
12; Euclidian 12; Senior Class 12; Big Show 
Orchestra 10,11; N.H.S. 11,12. 

PHILIPSETNIK Phil 

N.H.S. 11,12; P. A. Announcer 12; Winter 
Play 10; Academic Challenge 12. 



JEAN M. SEVERING 
Cosmetology 11,12; Track 12. 



T.H. 



DEBORAH L. SHANKS Deb, Mrs. OB 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11,12; Euc- 
lidian 12; Teacher's Aide 11. 



CHRISTINE SHANTERY 
V.I.C.A. 12. 

TIMOTHY J. SHERMAN 

JOHN M.SHIPLEY 

ADAM P.SHUNK 
Football 1 1; Wrestling 10. 

SALLY L. SIDAK 

Hockey Aide 10,11; Spirits 10,1 1; CO 

Auditor 12. 

HAROLD D.SIEFERD 

CAROLJ.SIEFKES 
Teacher's Aide 11,12. 



Chris 



RAYMONDG.SIERKO Beach, Vladimir 

Baseball 10,11,12. 



Tim ANNEM.SIFORD 

G.A.C. 10; Teacher's Aide 11. 
John 

PAMELA L.SIMKINS 
Adam V.I.C.A. Club 12, Treasurer 12. 



Pam 



GREGORY W.SIMPSON OJ 

Sally 
E. 12; LOUISJ. SINGER Big Lou 

Choral Masters 10,11,12; Powder Puff 
Majorette 12; Library Aide II; Teach- 
Chip er's Aide 11,12. 



Carol GARNETM.SINKO 
Orchestra 10,11,12. 



Garnet 



70/Seniors 




BERNADliTTER.SKLR Bernie THERESE SMRDEL 

Student Council 10; Powder Puff "Blue" Ad Club 12. 

12. 

JOANN SNYDER JoAnn 

RONALD J. SLABE Ronald O.W.E. 11; D.C.T. 12; Varsity Basket- 

ball 12; Band 10; V.l.C.A. Club 12. 

RICHARD E.SLOVENEC Rick 

Senior Class 12; Marching Band 10,11; MARYK. SNYDER Kim 

Symphonic Band 11,12. 

ALFREDJ.SOEDER Alf 

CURTISL.SMITH Curtis Wrestling 10; Track 10,11; Metals 12. 



vN \ 1 I 
Bernadette R. Skur Ronald J. Slabe 



CYNTHIASMITH 

Teacher's Aide 10. 



Cindy VICTOR G. SOEDER 
Band 10, 11. 



DEANNA D.SMITH Smitty LINDA SOMRAK 

Senior Class 1 2; Junior Class 1 1; Washing- Soccer Aide 12. 
ton Close-Up 12. 



Vic 



Linda 




Richard E. Slovenec Curtis L. Smith 




THOMASSMITH 



Tom 




'Help! The Euclid High aiiackcr is at it again!" Cynthia Smith Deanna D. Smith Thomas Smith 




Richard J. Speiic 



Michael Spencer 



SANDRA L. SPRINGBORN Springy 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Junior 
Stenography 1 1 , Secretary 1 1 ; Senior Sten- 
ography 12. 

JEFFREY R. SPRINGER Springboard 
Basketball 11.12; Football 12. 



BRYAN P. SPEECE Bryan 

N.H.S. 11,12; Pep Band 10,11,12; Stage Band 10, 
11,12; Symphonic Band 10,11.12; Big Show Or- 
chestra 10,11; Marching Band 10,11,12; Quarter- 
masters 11,12. 

LOUISE A. SPER Loui.se 

A.F.S. 10; Band Librarian 11,12; Band Vice Presi- 
dent 12; Symphonic Band 11,12; Marching Band 
10,11,12; Big Show Orchestra 11; Stage Band 12; 
Pep Band 10,1 1,12; Children's Drama Club 10.1 1; 
Euclidian Staff I 2; Senior Class 12; N.H.S. 11,12. 

R. SCOTT SPEROFF Scott 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Class 
12; Swimming 10.1 1,12. 



SALLY A STALKER 
C.O.E. 12. 



SCOTT J. STAN iC 

Choral Masters I 1 . 



JAMESJ.STAMCKI 

Basketball 10. 



CHRISTINEA.STASO 
THOMASJ. STEARNS 



Sally 

Buzzed 

Jim 

Chris 
Tom 



72/Seniors 




Louise A. Sper R. Scotl Speroff Sandra L.Springborn Jeffrey R. Springer Sally A Stalker 





Thomas J. Stearns Elizabeth E. Stephens 



Gregory Stephens 




Hollv D. Sterbik 



Karen J. Stevko 



ELIZABETH E.STEPHENS Beth 

Varsity Chorale 12; Choral Masters I I; Student 
Council 11,12; Euclidian Staff I 1.12; G. A. A. 10; 
Spirits II; Junior Class 11; Wrestling Aide 11; 
I.Q.S. 11,12; Hockey Aide 12. 



GREGORYSTEPHENS 

Bowling 10. 

HOLLY D. STERBIK 

Junior Stenography 11. 



Greg 



Hollv 



MARKG.STIPKOVICH Mark 

Wrestling 10. 

JULIE A.STRAGISHER Julie 

NICHOLAS J. STRAH Nick 

DENNISA.STRNAD Den 

Football 10,11,12. 

DONNA E.STROBERG Donna 

KIMBERLY J.STRLNK Kim 

DAVID J STL BER Dave 

DAVIDB.SLFKA Dave 

GAILM.SUSCHECK Gail 

Student Council 1 1,12; Ski Club 10,11.12; 
Ad Club 11.12; Marching Band 10,11; 
N.H.S. 11.12; Spirits 10. II. I 2: Sopho- 
more Class 10; Junior Class II: Senior 
Class 12; Track Aide 10.1 1,12. 



KAREN J. STEVKO Karen 

Writing Club II; D.C.T. 12; VIC. A. 12; Girls' 
Chorus 10,1 1. 



Seniors/73 




Goldie Suttle 



Daniel R. Swalius Sharon K. Swaney Barbara Swansinger Cynthia L. Swarl 




Deborah Tamburro 



ELIZABETH A.SWIFT 



Beth 



GOLDIE SUTTLE 



DANIEL R. SWALIUS 



SHARON K. SWANEY 
C.O.E. 12. 



Goldie 

Sway 
Cha 



BARBARA SWANSINGER Swan 
J.V. Basketball 10,1!; Varsity Softball 
10,11,12: P. A. Announcer 10,11,12; 
Powder Puff "Blue" 12; G.L.C. 11.12; 
G.A.A. 10; Marching Band 10,11. 



JULIEA.SZOLEK Julie 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11, Cabinet 
U; Senior Class 12; Ski Club 10,1 1,1 2; Ad Club 
11,12; Orchestra 10,11,12, Secretary 11; P. A. 
Announcer 12; Fall Play 12; Children's Drama 
Club 10; N.H.S. 11,12; Track Aide 10,11; 
Spirits 10,11,12; Teacher's Aide 12. 



CARMELA A.TANCRED 
Sophomore Class 10, Treasurer 1 
Class 11, Cabinet 11; Senior Class 
net 12; Fall Play II; Spirits 10,1 1,1 : 
Council 11,12; Powder Puff "Blue" 

STEVEN D. TANNER 
Choral Masters 10,1 1,12. 

JOHN E.TEPLEY 

LUKEL.TERCEK 



Carmi 
0; Junior 
12,Cabi- 
1; Student 
■ 12. 

Lukas 



John 
Luke 



CYNTHIA L.TADDIE 



DEBORAH TAMBURRO 



Cindy 



Debbie 



74/Seniors 




Carmela A.Tancredi Steven D. Tanner John E. Tepley 



Luke I. Tcrcck 



Karen M. Tcrrill 



Veronica A. Terrill Guenlher Thiedemann Mary Ann Thomas Michael S. Thomas Robert B. Thomas 







Richard J. Tolley Michael C. Topping Ellen D. Tortorici 



KAREN M. TERRILL Karen 

J.V. Football Cheerleader 10,1 1; J.V. Basketball 
Cheerleader 11; Varsity Wrestling Cheerleader 
10,12, Captain 12; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Class 
12; Powder Puff "Blue" 12. 

VERONICA A. TERRILL Ronnie 

Girls' Track 10; Ski Club 10,11,12, Treasurer 
1 1 ; Survey Business Staff 11,12, Business Mana- 
ger 12;O.E.A. 11,12, Regional Treasurer 1 2: Ad 
Club 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 

GUENTHERTHIEDMANN Guenther 

MARY ANN THOMAS Mary Ann 

Powder Puff 12; Senior Class 12. 



Mark W. Trela 

Chunk 



MICHAELS. THOMAS 
Hockey 10,1 1,12. 

ROBERT B.THOMAS Bob 

Key Club 10; N.H.S. 11,12; Senior Class 12; 
J.V. Wrestling 10. 

BETH E.THOMPSON Beth 

Gymnastics 10,11; Junior Class II; Senior 
Class 12; Girls' Track 10. 

MICHAEL A. THUR Cowboy 

Teacher's Aide ; Track 10; Senior Class 12. 



James E. Tolley 
PATRICIA TIZZANO 
JAMES E. TOLLEY 

RICHARD J. TOLLEY 

Varsity Chorale 12. 

MICHAELC. TOPPING 

Soccer 10,11,12. 



Patti 

Jim 

Rich 

Mike 

ELLEN D. TORTORICI Dorie 

Spirits 10,11,12; Junior Class 11; Euc- 
lidian Staff 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 
12; Hockey Aide 12; Senior Cla.ss 12; 
Student Council 12. 

MARK W. TRELA Mark 

Key Club 1 0. 1 1 ; Big Show I 1 ; Fall Play 
12. 

MONICA A. TROHA Monica 

Senior Talent Night 1 1; D.E. 11,12. 



KATHYTIMMINS 



Kathy 



Seniors/75 




Christopher Unetich Alan M. Urbancic 



John W. Ussai 



Sandra A. Vallee Tina M. Van Beneden 




Daniel C. Vandeveer Mark R. Van Sice 




Lawrence Varwig Kenneth R. Vaughan 




William N. 

Veedmonl 



DIANEM.TROTTA Diane WILLIAM G. UCIC 

Spirits 12; Senior Class 12; Junior Class 11; Marching Band 10. 
Euclidian Staff 12; Powder Puff "Gold" 12. 

GARYJ.UHAS 
ROYENEM.TRUNKLEY Royene Football 10; Debate Team 1 1 . 



Spirits 12; Senior Class 12; Student Coun- 
cil 12; Teacher's Aide 12. 



MARLENEA.TRUSKOLASKI Muff CHRISTOPHER UNETICH 

Crosscountry 10,1 1 ; Basketball 10.11; Track 

10; Softball 11,12; D.C.T. 12, Reporter 12. ALAN M. URBANCIC Al 

J.V. Baseball 10, Varsity Baseball 1 1,12; Me- 
tal Sculpture Club 1 1. 



Gary TINA M. VAN BENEDEN 

DANIEL C. VANDEVEER 

Chris Choir 10. 



TIMOTHY M. TUCHEICZ 
LISA ANN TURK 



DAVIDJ. TURNER 

Student Store 10,11; Key Club 11. 



Tim 

Lisa 

T 



JOHN W. USSAI John 

J.V. Football 10; Varsity Wrestling 10,11. 



MARKR.VANSICE 
LAWRENCE VARWIG 



KENNETH R. VAUGHAN 
Choral Masters 10,11,12. 



Tina 
Dan 

Mark 
Larry 
Ken 



SANDRA A. VALLEE Sandy WILLIAM N. VEEDMONT WildBil 

Red Cross Club 11,12, Secretary 12; Student Store 1 1; Vocational Auto 1 1,12. 



76/Seniors 




RICHARD L.VEHOVEC 
O.W.E. 11,12. 

DENISE R. VENTURA Denise 

JAY R.VERNON J"s 

O.W.E. 11,12 

BRIAN E.VICKERMAN Brian 

CYNTHIA A. VIDAL 

PATRICIA E. VISAGE 

THOMAS W. VITANTONIO 
Concert Band 10,12; Symphonic Band 1 



Lorence CYNTHIA VOHNOUT 
JULIEA.VOSS 
SHARON L. VOVK 

PAULD. WACHHAUS 

Vocational Auto 11,12. 

MARIAN C.WALLACE 



Myron K. Weems Thomas S. Weinmann 



Cindy RICHARD M. WARMAN Rick 

Julie VICTORIA WEAKLAND Vicki 

Sharon DAVID WEBSTER Dave 

Paul MYRON K. WEEMS Myron 

Indoor Track 10; Track 10; Wrestling 1 I, 
12. 
Marian 

Steven 



Cindy Student Council 10,1 1; VIC. A. 12. Parlemen- THOMAS S. WEINMAN 
tarian 12. 
Pat DOUGLAS A. WEISS 

GREGORY C.WANCHISN Greg 

Vit Baseball 10,11,12. 



Doug 



Seniors/77 



JEFFREY L. WEST Jeff 

Choral Masters 10; Varsity Chorale 1 1, 
12; N.H.S. 11,12; Junior Class 11 ; Sen- 
ior Class 12, Cabinet 12. 

CHRISTINE K. WHALING Chooch, 
Whale 
Majorette Club 10,11; Wrestling Aide 
10; Pink Panthers 11; Student Council 
1 1; Senior Class 1 2. 



DEBRA E.WILLIAMS Debbie 

N.H.S. 1 1,12; Tennis 10,1 1,12; Basketball 10, 
11,12; Track 10,11,12; Survey Staff 10; Tea- 
cher's Aide 11,12; G.A.A. 1 1, Sports Coordi- 
nator 1 1 . 



LISAG. WILLIAMS 



Lisa 



MICHAEL R.WILSON Birdman 

Fall Play 11,12; Winter Play 11,12; Big Show 
11,12. 



ROBERT 1 WHITNEY 



Whit 



PATRICIA A. WILSON 

Student Council 10. 

DENIS M. WOLOWIECKI 
Key Club 10; N.H.S. 11,12. 



Patti 



WALTER WOLSKI Ski 

Crosscountry 10,1 1,12; Indoor Track 10,11,12; 
Track 10,11,12; Spirits 10,11,12; 500 Mile Club 
10,11; Wrestling 12. 

DAWN C.WOODRUFF Dawn 

Marching Band 10,11; Symphonic Band 10,11, 
12; Cross Country 10,1 1,12; Indoor Track 10,1 1, 
12; Track 10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 

FREDERICK M.WOODS Bomba, Woody 

Wrestling 10; Spirits 10,1 1,12. 



KIM M WORKMAN 




Debra E. Williams Lisa G. Williams Michael R. Wilson Patricia A. Wilson Denis M.Wolowiecki 




Walter Wolski Dawn C. Woodruff Frederick M. Woods Kim M. Workman James D. Wright 




Lynne M. Wutchiett Thomas Wutchiett Cynthia L. Yaggie Thomas M. Yanacek David Yeckley 



78/Seniors 



I AMI S 1) WRKIIir i'lnii) 

IJand 10; 1 iiolball 10.11; Wrcslling 10,11,12. 

1 YNNHM.WUTCHII IT Lynnc 

Sludcnl Council 10; N IIS 11,12. 

THOMAS WUTCH I ETT lom 

Orchestra 10.11,12. 

CYNTHIA L.YAGGIE Yags 

\oc;ili(inal Stciu)grapli\ 11,12, Secretary 12; 
().i:,A. 11.12. 

THOMAS M.YANACEK Yanny 

Marching Band 10,1 1,1 2; Teacher's Aide 11,12. 




DAVIDYHCKIEY Dave 

Eootball 10,11,12; Track 12; Weight lift- 
ing Club 10,1 1,12. 

JANET I.. YOUNG ,Ianet 

Gymnastics 10; Wai Napolo II; Powder 
Puff "Blue" 12; Senior Talent Night 11. 

JOHNM.YURAS .lohn 

HELEN A. YURCHEK Helen 

ANTHONY J. ZAEAR Tony 

MITCHELZALAR Mitch, Zal 

Marching Band 10; Hockey 11,12. 

THERESA A. ZAWO.IEK Theresa 

MARY HELEN ZELE Mary 

MARY A.ZELINSKY Mary 

DENNIS L.ZERBY Dennis 

Key Club 10,11,12; Choir 10. 



JEFFREY M.ZHTKL'I l( H 



Jeff 



PAMELA M.ZNIDARSK Pam 

Pink Panthers 10,1 1,12, President 12: Pow- 
der Puff "Blue" 12; Choral Masters 11, 
12; Girls' Chorus 10. 

JOHN A.ZORSKIS John 

ALANZUPANCIC Alan 

STEVEN A. ZUPONCIC Zup 

J.V. Football 10; Key Club 10. 

MICHAEL P. ZURILLA Mike 

Camera Club 10; Horsemanship Club 10. 



Helen A. Yurchek Anthony J. Zaiar Mitchel Zalar 





Mary Helen Zele Mary A. Zelinsky Dennis L. Zerby Jeffrey M. Zetkulich Pamela M. Znidarsic 




John A. Zorskis Alan Zupancic Goranka Zupanovic Steven A. Zuponcic Michael P. Zu 



Scniors/79 



I 

i 








Board of Education, (L-R): seated, Mrs. Shirley Nurmi - President, Mr. Donald Smith, - Vice-President, Mr. 
Mary King. Standing: Dr. Frank Houser, Mr. Joseph Sustersic. 



/Board of Education 




BOARD OF EDUCATION 

AND 

ADMINISTRATION 



The members of the Board of Education es- 
tablished the policy for the administration 
of the schools. The superintendent's team met 
regularly and provided the answers to the 
problems and concerns that faced the schools. 
Dr. Husarik, superintendent of schools, en- 
joyed teaching and served as a substitute 
occasionally. 



^iT^ ■j\t:-^. 




Administrative staff, (L-R); John Lewis - Business Manager, Dr. William Dodds - Asst. Supt. Elementary, 
Dr. Ernest Husarik - Superintendent, Lowell Davis - Clerk-Treasurer, Dr. Robert Wightman - Asst. Supt. 

Secondary. 



81 /Board Of Education 



WALTER 

SCHWEGLER 

PRINCIPAL 



Leading the way in which each of us seniors 
must go, a guiding force tcept the path open 
to each of us. His openness and understand- 
ing of our problems made it possible for our 
commencement into a new adventure of life 
after high school graduation. Our goals, 
our happy times, and our losses kept us on 
the road of progress because of his interest 
in each of us as human beings. His constant 
vigilance and presence in the school helped 
to keep us mindful of the real purpose of 
education. His friendship will always be 
TREASURED as we go on to fulfill our 
goals. The proof of our value of Mr. 
Schwegler is pictured here with the many 
duties, yet, real involvement with all the 
students of Euclid High School. 




82/Walter Schwegler 




83/Walter Schwegle 




dikUM 



Mr. Barcza 


Mrs. Barker 


Mrs. Barry 


Mrs. Baumeister 


Mr. Bender 


Science 


Home Arts 


Treasurer 


Foreign Language 


Science 


84/FACULTY 












Miss Carmody Mrs. Carter 
English Physical Education 



FACULTY/85 




Mr. DeMora 

Social Studies 



Mr. Dickinson 

Social Studies 



Mr. Diehl 

Social Studies 



Mrs. Dunn 
Counselor S-Z 



86/FACULTY 




Mrs. Fellman Mr. Fowler Mrs. Fox Mr. Francetic 

Registered Nurse Occupational Ed. Physical Education Science 



Mr. Freedman 
Science 




Mrs. Frye 
Counselor A-F 



Mr. Galicki 

Industrial Arts 



Mr. Germock 
Industrial Arts 



Mrs. Gibson 
Counselor G-L 



FACULTY/87 




Mr. Hartmann 
Socail Studies 



Mr. Henderson 

English 



Mr. Hoffarl 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. Hoffert 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Huefner 
Business 



88/Faculty 




Mr. Lepold 

English-Math 



Mrs. Lickert 
Secretary 



Faculty/89 




Mr. D. Martin 
Dean A-F 



Mr. E. Martin 
Industrial Arts 



90/FACULTY 




Mrs. M. O'Neill Mrs Overberger Mr. Patton 

Secretary Librarian Art 



Mrs. Paul 
Secretary 



Mr. Pawlowski 
Mathematics 



FACULTY/91 



92/FACULTY 




Mrs. Reider Mr. Reno 



Mr. Resch 



Librarian 



Science and Math Physical Education Mathematics Physical Education 




Miss Simonich Mrs. Skvasik Miss Sliter Mr. G. Smith 

Foreign Language English English and F. Lang. English 






Mrs. R. Smith 
Asst. Principal 



FACULTY/93 




Mr. Stupica 
Business 



Mr. Supance 

Industrial Arts 



94/Faculty 







if^ 



V 




Miss Uhry Mr. Vollman Mr. Von Benken Mr. Weisenberg Mrs. Wiegand 

Mathematics Art and Indus. Art Science Social Studies Business 



m^ D C^ ^^ 



.'/-. 




Mrs. Wiersba 


Mrs. Williams 


Mr. Yocum 


Mrs. Zimmerman 


Miss Zola 


Art 


Business 


Career Counselor 


Foreign Language 


Home Arts 

FACULTY/95 



CAFETERIA 

WORKERS 

This staff did an excellent job of cooking 
and serving hot and nourishing lunches. 
They tried to change our usual French fries 
and hamburgers into a wider variety of 
foods. They achieved this by challenging 
our taste buds. The Paul Bunyan, Torpedo, 
pizza sandwiches and many other nutrition- 
al meals varied the menu. 




Cafeteria Employees (left to right). Row 1: Elizabeth Zimmerman, Jean Hassel, Lois Brow, Mary Black, Rose 
Haines, Margaret Payne, Sadie Taylor. Row 2: Mavis Kopach, Charlotte Coulter, Mildred Somrak, Eleanor Doble- 
kar, Jean Skolaris, Winifred Modic, Margaret Brooks, Carol McDonough, Barbara Apanaswicz, Mae Kolesar, Mary 
Markovich. Row 3: Clara Kuzmic, Anne Schepke, Catherine Wirsing, Charlene Gervasi, Lucy Glavic, Mary Urge- 
leit, Marianne Edelman, Laura Meyer, Frances Tavenier, Helen Chudzik, Ruth Chabrand. 



96/Cafeteria Workers 




CUSTODIAL 

STAFF 

Our school was in A-1 shape because 
of the custodians who did what we 
took for granted. The essentials, like 
cleaning and maintaining the building, 
were hard chores which this staff 
handled beautifully. Mr. Ganzer, one 
of these dedicated workers has retired 
this year. We thank him for all his ser- 
vices rendered us. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

This year's team was exceptional in many respects. 
The defense led the Greater Cleveland Conference in 
TOTAL DEFENSE and RUSHING DEFENSE. They 
allowed opponents only 7.6 points a game. Offensively, 
Euclid led the Conference in RUSHING YARDAGE 
and was second in TOTAL DEFENSE. There were 
many players who excelled at their positions. Jim Baitt 
broke the school rushing and scoring records. He was 
named M.V.P. in the conference. Other All-Conference 
players were: Dave Berlan, Ed Delaney, Jack Gregorin, 
Mark Centa, Tom Palumbo, and Dave Yeckley. 

The most thrilling aspect of this year's team was the 
way the young men played the game. They were ex- 
tremely enthusiastic toward contact, and they earned the 
genuine respect of all their opponents. 

The team finished in second place due to a one point 
upset loss to Mayfield.More importantly, however, they 
established the fact that Euclid Senior High plays 
winning football and thrives on "hardnosed" football 
players. 

Coach Ron Seymour 



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ROW 1- John Basar, Jack Gregorin, Larry Insana, Tom Palumbo, Dave Berlan, Ed Delaney. Jim Hunt, Scott Bradac, Mark Byrne. Mark 
Centa. ROW 2-Scott Maxwell, Rick Burrows, John McCluskey, John Richards, Steve Resar, Rich Jambor, Frank Kucharski, Dennis 
Strand, Steve Burress, Dave Yeckley. ROW 3- Tom Rinderle, Dan Angelo, Tom Centa, Noel Brady, Frank Maire, Jim Baitt, Tim Sher- 
man, Tom Appleton, Phil Horabik, Tim Erjavic, Scott Parker. ROW 4- Lenny Caplick, Joe Doyle, Tim Yerman, Bill Holmes, Frank 
Claybough, Devin Wilson, Bill Bildstein, Joe Hrvsovsky, Kevin Sidman, Mark Dolinar. ROW 5- Dave Wolf, Ray Naro, George Newcomb, 
Bob Clemence, Dave Carbone, Ray Strah, Greg Chiudioni, Jerry Drobnick, Don King, Joe Smith. ROW 6- Manager Pat Pyle, Dave 
Schonauer, Tom Stupica, Joe Regano, Jeff Hartman, Chet Knowian, Paul Kapastec, George Pana, Ron Seymour, Trainer Steve McKenna. 



Football/ 101 





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The J.V. football team finished their season in second 
place in the league. Following tough losses in three of 
their first four games, the Panthers came back to win 
five of their last six games. Even though they were ham- 
pered by many injuries and also sophomores playing for 
the Varsity, the J.V.'s were determined to have a winning 
season. Their hard work and fine play sets the ground- 
work for their successful varsity careers. 

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ROW 1- Dan Kastelic, Ed Marinkov, Timm Moriarity, Greg Barnauskas, Jamie Sherman, John Attwood, Larry Lewis, Mike Cascioto. 
ROW 2- Kevin Print, Al Tortarella, Kerry Manassa, Don Reilly, Carl Pungerchar,Tim Polokar, Brian Bukovec, Dave Nichling. ROW 3- 
Andy Barnauskas, Dan Daugherty, Bob Penika, John Fowie, Mark Reel, Ron Knaus, Brad Newcomb, Mike Nagode. ROW 4- Rich Wil- 
trout. Chip Neff, Tom Lynch, John Berlan, Nick Sakacs, Mark Rado, Tom Simon, Dave Galious. ROW 5- Dave Schonauer. Paul 
Kapastec, Tom Stupica, Joe Regano, Jeff Hartman, Chet Knowlan, George Pana. 



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VARSITY SOCCER 



The 1977 Euclid High Soccer Team finished the season with a very 
respectable 8-4-1 record. Our G.C.C. record was 6-3-1 which was 
good enough for 3rd place behind Eastlake North and Mentor. 
Highlights of the year were our 0-0 tie with undefeated Eastlake 
North, and our 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Lake Catho- 
lic. Receiving honors on this year's team were Scott Parker, 1st 
team G.C.C. and Euclid Soccer Most Valuable Player, Jorge 
Lanese, 1st team G.C.C. and Euclid Soccer Most Valuable Defen- 
sive Player, Rob Cowan, 2nd team G.C.C. and Euclid Soccer Most 
Valuable Player Offense, Bob Simisak received 2nd team G.C.C. 

Coach Greg Sattler 



ROW 1: Mike Maggio, Sylvan Kuharich, 
Dave Seidei, Bob Simicak, George Lanese. 
ROW 2: Joe Cartulla, Herb Pawski, Rob Co- 
wan, Scott Parker, Rick Boehm, John Laugh- 
lin. ROW .3: Paul McFadden, Mike Topping, 
Tom Deemer, Mike Campbell, Bob Dalic. 




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ROW 1- Jeff Freedman, Scott Foreman, David Ice. ROW 2- Jacques Gondeau, Lou Vidovic, Greg 
Giegerich. ROW 3- Dave Dodd, Mike Reed, Dave McGraw, Craig Hasegawa. ROW 4- Coach Dicl< 
Homovec, Chris Durbin, Dave Mays, Jeff Kleinfeid, Tom Kohagen, Boris Masera, Dave Uchbar, Mike 
Kupfer, Doug Ayers, Jim Gaydosh. 



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The 1977 Junior Varsity Soccer Team ended the season 
with a respectable 3-4-2 record. Starting practice in 
August with a squad of twenty-five boys, the team 
showed constant improvement in both the skill and tacti- 
cal areas of the game. Since only five of the twenty-five 
J.V.'s had any previous soccer experience, the whole 
team worked exceptionally hard. Their play at the end 
of the season reflected this hard work. 



Coach Dick Homovec 




J.V, Soccer/ 109 



CROSS COUNTRY 

The 1977 edition of the Panther Harriers was one of those forgettable seasons filled with misfortune at every 
turn. One bright spot in the season was Chris Dole who qualified for the State meet where he finished 43rd in the 
individual race. Leaving the team will be seniors Mike Fabec, Walt Wolski, Chris Dole, and Mike Glaser, who 
did a fantastic job throughout their cross-country careers. The underclassmen on our team are strong runners 
and they will be the backbone of our team next year. 

Coach Tom Halbedel 




ROW 1- Eric Jochum, Steve Easier, Steve Jones, Bob Debevc, Mike Voase. ROW 2- Greg Shock, Kurt Mews, T.J. Theodore, Gerry 
Davies, Joe Mersnick, Scott Wright, Mark Walters, Bob Elze. ROW 3- Art Buanno, Mike Fabec, Walt Wolski, Larry Plavcan, Chris Dole, 
Mike Glaser, Charlie Simpson, Coach Tom Halbedel. 



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GOLF 



Our golf season was moderately successful. After a very 
poor start of 1 -5- 1 , we won 5 of our last 7 matches. I n so 
doing, we set two school scoring records including a re- 
markable 150 wherein all 4 scorers shot under 40. 

Individual performances were noteworthy as well. Cap- 
tain George Mazzaro set a record for rounds 40 or 
under. Bob Cayne qualified for the District as a sectional 
medalist, and he also had the season's lowest round of 
34. Keith Kester had 5 rounds under 40, one of which 
was an even-par 35. 

Kester, along with Don Malone and Dave Thompson will 
form the nucleus of next year's team. These returnees, 
playing for the first time on a genuine "home" course, 
should give us a good chance to improve this year's 
record. 



Coach Mike Raiccvich 






ROW 1- Steve Martin, George Mazzaro, Don Malone, Kurt Raicevich. ROW 2- Frank Balogh, Dave Thompson, Bo 
Cayne, Keith Kester, Coach Mike Raicevich. 



112/Golf 




HOCKEY 



A youthful Panther Hockey team bogged down early in 
the season by inexperience and tough competition. The 
team showed their character by bouncing back to post a 
successful winning record. 

Providing solid goalkeeping were sophomores Tom Bell, 
Ross Campensa, and junior John Williams. The defense 
was led by senior captain Denny Dixon and senior Mike 
Thomas, whose experience helped steady the remaining 
defense corps of sophomores Mike Burke, Jeff Schroll, 
Dave Nichting, and Ed Sheridan. 

By mid-season, three sound forward lines took shape and 
provided plenty of action. Seniors Mitch Zalar and Eu- 
gene LaValley flanked junior Chuck Golden on one unit, 
while sophomore scoring sensation Jim Banaszek center- 
ed for Jeff Sidak and Rick Smelko. The junior trio of 
Brian McCullough at center and wingers Jeff Fiffik and 
Kurt Raicevich, formed another unit. Tony Vitolo and 
Mike Chapman rounded off the forwards. Serving capa- 
bly as manager for this rambunctious squad was Scott 
Ullman. 

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ROW 1- Tom Bell, Jeff Sidak. Mike Burke, Mitch Zalar. Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Denny Dixon. J.D. Stump. John Wil- 
liams. ROW 2- Manager Scott Ullman, Chuck Golden, Mike Thomas, Brian McCullough, Jeff Fiffik, Ed Sheridan. 
Gene LaValley, Mike Chapman, Scott McCance, Jim Banaszek, Jeff Schroll, Rick Smelko, Tony Vitolo. 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL 

This year's team has been a joy to work with. Co-captains, 
Jim Daughtery and Cliff Kirchner, were outstanding lead- 
ers for the team. Jeff Springer developed into a fine for- 
ward, while our other senior, Dave Linane, became our 
strong shooting guard. Lead by Kevin Kaifesh, Jerry Drob- 
nick, Terry Harrell, Mark Kordic, Don Koller, and Rich 
Wagner, the blue team turned in an excellent season. 

Highlights of the season included wins over Mayfield, 
North, Brush, and South. The team showed vast improve- 
ment as they won ten of their last eleven games. The inten- 
sity of play has been enjoyable to watch, and it exemplifies 
the type of individuals that were on our team. 



Coach Doc Daugherty 



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ROW 1- Coach Doc Daugherty, Manager Frank Debevc, Jim Daugherty, Jeff Springer, Cliff Kirchner, Dave Li- 
nane, Kevin Kaifesh, Jerry Drobnicl<. ROW 2- Assistant Coach Tom Stupica, Bob Rowland, Marty Zupancic, Dale 
Frey, Mark Kordic, Kris Hassel, Tim Tichcnor, Terry Harrell, Don Koller, Rich Wagner. 



Basketball/ I 17 




118/J,V. Basketball 



J.V. BASKETBALL 

The Junior Varsity Basketball team finished the season with a 
good record. Many games were lost by less than ten points- a 
basket here or there could have created many more victories. 

The team is characterized by its great hustle and desire to win. 
With this attitude, many of the players will develop into fine 
basketball players because of their hard work and dedication. 



Coach Tom Stupica 




J.V. Basketball/ 119 



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VARSITY WRESTLING 

Even though there are 7 seniors, this year's team is still rather young with a bright future. Jim Hunt, senior co- 
captain, had the best record on the team. Jack Downer was the team's only place winner in the Kenston Tourna- 
ment. Chris Black and Ed Delaney were both two time letter winners and completed their third year of Varsity 
competition. With the fine leadership that this year's seniors have provided, and the excellent junior wrestlers, 
next year should be interesting. 

Coach Attamante 




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V. Wrestling/121 




122/V. Wrestling 



JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 




Row 1- Reno Poplstein, 
T. J. Theodore, Tom 
Schauer.Row 2- Ed 
Noles, Chip Neff, Chris 
Gordon, Nathan Hol- 
land, Mike Cunning- 
ham. Row 3- Bob Sum- 
mers, Mike Radabaugh, 
Mark Gordon, Mike 
Kester. 




J.V. Wrestling/ 1 23 



SWIM TEAM 

This years' swim team started the season with two losses, 
but came back to win ten in a row, with the biggest vic- 
tory over Lakewood. Bart Cerer, our most outstanding 
swimmer with the greatest potential, established three 
school records during the season. Doug Jones swam 
many of the same events as Bart, yet was able to set two 
pool records. 

Divers Mike Donley and Scott Harmon both had un- 
defeated records in duel meets this year, while Mike 
set the school record in diving. This was the hardest 
working and most cooperative team Fve ever had the 
pleasure of coaching, and I'm proud to say that the boys 
really did deserve the G.C.C. Championship. 

Coach Joe Rodriguez 




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Row 1- John Mullen, Bart Cerer, Eric Darcy, Mark Carney, Pat Grieshammer, Bob Clines, Joe Perpar. Row 2- Dave 
Coyne. Rick Horn, Todd Reese, Scott Speroff,Greg Pyle, Terry Brennan. Row 3- Mike Donley, Jack Sheldon, Doug 
Jones, Scott Harmon, Jeff Mavsar, Mike Glaser, Eugene Jaskiewicz. 




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Swimming/ 1 25 




126/ Indoor Track 




INDOOR TRACK 

The indoor track team has developed into another tra- 
ditional Euclid team by maintaining our outstanding 
record. Our strength on this team centered around the 
senior middle distance runners, captain Scott Parker, 
Chris Dole, Mike Fabec, Walt Wolski, and Scott Max- 
well. Senior Jay Fondran was the mainstay in the sprint 
events, supported by speedsters Larry Insana, Brad 
Kuzik, Frank Civatrese, Vince Malone, Kevin Selway, 
and Pat Bine. 

Mark Centa and Rich Jambor were Euclid's muscle men 
in the shot put. The high jump was led by Tom Waschura 
who will return next year. 

Our sophomores and juniors filled the gaps when needed 
and did an admirable job of lending depth to make this 
another winning season. 



Coach Bob Ramlow 



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Row 1- Tim Erjavec, Jay Fondran, Scott Parker, Al Buanno. Steve Resar, Silvan Kuharich, Brad Kuzic, Walt Wolski, Chris Dole. Mike 
Fabec. Row 2- Mark Centa, Eric Besselman, Dave Yeckley. Vince Malone, Tom Waschura. Bob Holloway. Raymond J. Johnson Jr., Frank 
Civitarese, Larry Plavcan, Paul Bene, Jim Tomsick, Bret Walther, Brian Coons. Row 3- Eric Jochum. Mark Walters, Ed Szabrak. Scott 
Wright, Mike Voase, Larry Banning, Steve Jones, Jerry Davies, Dan Kostan. Jamie Keefe, Gary Rail, Dale Varner, John Rose, Tom 
Centa. Row 4- Paul Calabrese, Bill Fierle, Kurt Mews, Scott Maxwell, Karen Rymarczyk, Kim Stegh, Judy Bohn. Janine Kato, Dawn 
Woodruff, Ellen Buck. 



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HALL OF FAME 

This section is devoted to outstanding atliletes who have 
achieved excellence in his or her sport during the 1977- 
1978 season, as recommended by their coach. 

Jim Baitt-V. Football 

Jim Banaszek-Hockey 

Dave Berlan-V. Football 

John Berlan-J.V. Football 

Mark Bukovic-J.V. Football 

Bart Cerer-Swimming 

Rob Cowan-V. Soccer 

Mary D'Amico-Volleyball 

Denny Dixon-Hockey 

Mike Donley-Swimming 

Jack Downer-V. Wrestling 

Chuck Golden-Hockey 

Jack Gregorin-V. Football 

Scott Harmon-Swimming 

Doug Jones-Swimming 

Jeff Kooser-J.V. Basketball 

Mary Beth Legan-Gymnastics 

Dave Linane-V. Basketball 

George Mazzaro-Golf 

Linda Misch-Girls' Volleyball 

-Girls' Basketball 

Tom Palumbo-V. Football 

Jamie Sherman-J.V. Football 

Debbie Williams-Girls' Basketball 

Rich Wiltrout-J.V. Football 

-J.V. Basketball 




Greg Barnauskas-J.V. Football 




Mark Centa-V. Football 










Dave Yeckley-V. Football 
Jim Hunt-V. Wrestling 



Bill Zalar-J.V. Basketball 



128/Hall of Fame 






Ed Delaney-V. Football 



Cliff Kirchner-V. Basketball 





Mike Thomas-Hockey 



Jim Daugherty-V. Basketball 





Jeff Springer-V. Basketbal 



Scott Parker-V. Soccer 



Hall of Fame/ 129 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 




75 


Berea 


83 


106 


Orange 


25 


60 


University 


103 


100 


Cleve. Hts. 


31 


104 
90 


Brush 
Fairview 


7\C 


93 


Lakewood 


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60 


Bedford 


70 



130 



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42 


CIcvc. Hts. 


49 


46 


Geneva ". 
Brush 


25 


38 


40 


41 


Eastlake North 


46 


55 


Bedford 


52 


34 


Maple 


42 


38 


Mentor 


35 


43 


U. Arlington 


46 


39 


Mayfield 


27 


48 


Willoughby Jferi^ 


52 


39 


Brush ^/^ 


38 


50 


Willoughby^^Bt 


■ 41 


56 


Bedford SHp 


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32 


Maple 


43 


72 


Wickliffe 


47 


39 


Mentor 


33 


44 

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37 


15 


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25 


Mentor 


31 


43 


South 


17 


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Padua 


10 


4 


Brooklyn 

North Olmsted 


4 

3 


15 


St. Ignatius 


2 


3 


Kent 


6 


8 


Parma 


3 


8 


Flyria 


1 


5 
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St. Joseph 
Lakewood 


1 

2 


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8 


Rocky River 

Si. Ignatius 


2 
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St. Joseph 


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8 


Padua 


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21 


Richmond Hts. 


38 




Lake Catholic 


33 


33 


S^Mayfield 
Berea 


41 
21 


44 


Bedford 


26 


30 


Brush 


22 


42 


Cleve. Hts. 


24 


26 


North 


30 


8 


Maple Hts. 


58 


19 


Mentor 


40 


49 


South 


9 


56 


Wickliffe 


12 



VARSITY SWIMMING 



76 


Berea 


96 


117 


Orange 


54 


75 


University 


97 


95 


Cleve. Hts. 


76 


90 


Rocky River 


82 


120 


Brush 


52 


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Maple 
Bedford Relays 


51 


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Mayfield 


53 


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49 


93 


Lakewood 


79 


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1 Bedford 


60 


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GIRLS' TENNIS 

The 1977 Euclid High School Girls Tennis Team p> 
had its finest season ever. They accomplished an 8-6 
season, despite playing in one of the toughest tennis 
leagues in the state of Ohio, the Northeastern Ohio High 
School Tennis Association. 




The heart of the team were its seniors, Debbie 
Williams (13-1) and Bonnie Cannavino (9-4). These 
two girls were inspirational not only in their play, but 
also in the fine example of sportsmanship they set. With 
such a strong foundation our promising underclassmen 
were given much valuable playing time which will 
give us a good start next season. 

Marilyn Bowker 





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ROW 1- Sue Meglich, Carol Hanson, Vickie Chapman, Linda Pierolo, Claudia 
McChancy. ROW 2- Coach Marilyn Bowker, Debbie Williams, Cindy Orehek, 
Meg Humensky, Bonnie Cannavino, Eileen Welton, Theresa Mackanos. 



Girls' Tennis / 133 



VOLLEYBALL 

The Varsity Volleyball team had a 9-5 record for the 
year which placed them third in the league. Five seniors 
compose the 12 member team-Mary D'Amico and 
Teresa Kuklica co-captains, JoAnne Bokar, Lori Bresk- 
var, and Eileen Busdiecker. The juniors are Linda 
Misch, Laurie Oberaitis, and Jeanne Dommer. Karen 
Busdiecker, Mickey Bolocanoff, and Martha Eyman 
are the sophomore representatives. 

The state sponsored sectional and district tournaments 
were held at Euclid on November 5 and 12 respectively. 
Our girls were second seeded when they played Jane 
Addams on November 5. 

The J.V. team was 5-9 for the season. However, they 
have done the job by grooming many sophomores for 
the team next year. 5" 10" Monika Matthews will help 
provide some height for the future, while Diane Fakult 
and Mickey Dupay will give us some depth with our 
setting. 

Coach Pat Buck 





Varsity, ROW 1: Linda Misch, JoAnne Bokar, Mary D'Amico, Lori 
Bresl<var, Cheryl Strah. ROW 2: Teresa Kuklica, Sue Burton, Karen 
Busdiecker, Joan Ryder, Martha Eyman, Coach Pat Buck. Missing: 
Eileen Busdiecker, Michelle Bolocanoff, Laurie Oberaitis, and Jeanne 
Dommer. 



134/Volleyball 




Junior Varsity, ROW 1: Doris Skarica, Maureen Dupay, Nicoletta lafelice, Kim Strah, Robin Henry, 
Debbie Hegedus. ROW 2: Coach Veronica Stadler, Donna Wisniewski, Lisa Wardeiner, Diane Fakult, 
Cathy Suschak. ROW 3: Michelle Bolocanoff, Pat Schultz, Terri Weber, Milena Jarc, Josephine Jarc. 




GIRLS' 
X-COUNTRY 

As a coach I have never had a team which showed 
such vast improvement over one season. The girls' 
cross country team worked hard, obtained the pro- 
per attitude, and developed confidence which en- 
abled them to reach their goal, the All-Ohio Cham- 
pionship. 

Leaving the squad this year will be Judy Bohn and 
three year vetern. Dawn Woodruff. Juniors, Janine 
Kato, Kathy Rymarczyk, Carrie Schuster, and Jan 
Slejko will join forces with sophomores Amy 
Arnold, Ellen Buck, and Kim Stregh in hopes of 
producing an equally strong team next year. 

Coach Bob Ramlow 













136/Girls' Cross Country 





ROW 1- Jan Slejko, Dawn Woodruff, Kathy Rymarczyk. ROW 2- Coach Bob Ramlow, 
Carrie Shuster, Amy Arnold, Janine Kato. Missing- Ellen Buck. Kim Stregh, Judy Bohn. 



Cross Country/ 137 



GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 



The girls' varsity basketball 
team has had a successful season. 
They were seeded third for the 
tournament behind Mentor, 
whom they defeated 49-44. 
Debbie Williams has had an out- 
standing season, having scored 
400 points in 15 games, her high 
being 39 against Mayfield. Linda 
Misch has also played extremely 
well, being recognized as one of 
the premiere defensive people in 
the league. Her aggressive play 
has played a major part in the 
success of the team. 

Others who have played success- 
ful roles were JoAnn Bokar, 
Monica Matthews, Jan Slejko, 
Christine and Cathleen Perry- 
man, and Vicki Chapman, who 
will develop into a strong guard 
with more game experience. 

Coach Don Martin. 



ROW 1- Cathleen Perryman, Debbie Williams, Linda Misch, JoAnn Bokar, Jan Slejko. ROW 2- 
Coach Jim Englehart, Cheri Strah, Chris Perryman, Terri Mackanos, Monica Matthews, Vicki 
Chapman, Coach Don Martin. 



138/Girls' Basketball 




GIRLS' J.V. BASKETBALL 




Row 1- Sally Jaksa, Rose Bene, Martha Eyman, Diane Cavell, Sherie Garapic. Row 2- Coach Audrey 
Fox, Toni Rowland, Monica Matthews, Terri Mackanos, Karen Naininger, Patti Hastings. 



Girls' Basketball/ 1 39 



GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 

This year's girls' gymnastics team had a winning season. We ended up with a 5-4 record, and were third in our lea- 
gue. The team consisted of many hard working young ladies who worked together to make a winning team. They 
were all sophomores and juniors and will be returning again next year in the hopes of improving even more. 

Coach Dick Homovic 
Coach Greg Sattler 



140/Gymnastics 




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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 



J.V. VOLLEYBALL 



5-15-1 

1 5- 1 5 

12-15- 

15-15 

1 5- 1 5 

8-4 

13-18- 

15-18 

15-9-1 

1 5- 1 5 

15-15 

16-3-1: 

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12-5 

15-15 



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CIcvc, Hts. 

Willoughby Sth 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayficid 

North 

Maple Ht 
W illoughby Sth 
Bedford 
^Brush 
Mayfieid 
North 
Mentor 
Maple Hts. 

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Regina 
Aurora 
Cieve. Hts. 
Mayfieid 
Hawken 
Shaker Hts 
Brush 

Chagrin Fa 
Beaumont 

ichmond Hts. 
Orange 

Hathaway Brown 
Beachwood 
Collinwood 




11-15-5 


Clcvc. Hts. 


15-11-15 


10-2 


Willoughby 


Sth. 15-15 


8-8 


Bedford 


15-15 


12-15-15 


Brush 


1 5- 1 3-6 


15-15 


Mayficid 


8-9 


14-8 


North 


16-15 


15-5-4 


Mentor 


9-15-lT*^ 


6-15-15 


Maple Hts. 


15-5-11 


5-11 


Willoughby 


Sth. 15-^^ 


14-15-1 


Bedford 


16-13i^^ 


15-11-15 


Brush 


6-\5j^r i 


15-15-15 


Mayfieid 


^^^NtO-17-^ 1 


12-2 


North 


15-l^B 


11-16-13 


Mentor 


15-14-15 


15-15 


Maple Hts. 


12-13 



CROSS COUNTRY 



22 


Chagrin Falls 


34 


34 


Bay 


21 


20 


North Olmsted 


37 


15 


Marshall 


50 


18 


Mayfieid 


42 


15 


Rhodes 


47 


20 


Madison 


35 


3rd 


Clover Leaf 
Invitational 




1st 


Willoughby Sth. 
Invitational 




2nd 


Wadsworth In. 




1st 


Chagrin Falls 




1st 


All-Ohio AAA 





VARSITY BASKETBALL 



J.V. BASKETBALL 



56 
51 



60 



45 
46 
59 
61 
54 
61 
49 
59 
36 
54 



Cleve. South 

Willoughby Slh. 

North 

Bedford 

Maple Fits. 

kakewood 

Mentor 

Brush 

Willoughby Sth. 

Bedford 

Mayfieid 

Mentor 

Mayfieid 

North 

Brush 



53 
36 
57 
35 
31 
29 
65 
27 
47 
46 
33 
44 
16 
42 
31 



32 


South 


17 


23 


South 


33 


10 


North 


58 


30 


Bedford 


20 


26 


Maple Hts. 


32 


14 


Lakewood 


42 


14 


Mentor 


25 


16 


Brush 


18 


17 


South 


33 


33 


Bedford 


17 


36 


Mayfieid 


45 


22 


Mentor 


39 


26 


Mayfieid 


33 


27 


North 


43 


23 


Brush 


25 


25 


Maple 


26 



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Adkins. Pam 














Albancse. 




Arc 


hacki. Karen 






Bacchi. Joe 


Kathleen 


Ankuda. Rulh 


Arr 


old, Sharon 


Ayer 


i. Doug 


Bachmann, L 


Amoroso. Greg 


Aquilano. Barb 


Au 


Iin, Beverly 


Ayer 


s. Elaine 


Bacon. Mike 


Angelo, Dan 


Arjps, John 


Au 


tin. Connie 


Aven 


. Joe 


Bailey. Jason 




Bailt. Jerri Beasley, Debbie Betcastor. Angel Berish. James 

Balazs. Tom Becay. Gloria Bene. Paul Berkey. Craig 

Barnetl. Doug Beck. Jim Beranek. Robert Besselman. Erii 

Basler, Steve Bcdnar. Chris Beres. Debbie Bevacqua. Rina 



Bealowski. Greg Beidle, Sharon Beres. Robert 



Bibler. Su 



Buanno, 
Andrea 
Buccilli. 



Bukvic. Dorccn 
Burd. Kevin 
Burger. Rulh 




eiek, Daiid 
fro. Missy 
Idslein. Bill 
ase. Chris 


Blevins. Bob 
Bliss. Richard 
Boka. Kim 
Bolsar. Sharon 


ase. Michelle 


BonHeld. 
Tracey 



Juniors / 145 




Caresani. 


Cell. Rich 


Champa. Ed 


Jackie 


Cerbin. Heidi 


Chambers, 


Caresani. Louis 


Cerer, Bart 


Gloria 


Carney, Kevin 


Cerjan. Lisa 


Chanakas. Tom 


Cavan, Tom 


Cers. AInis 


Chapman, Vicki 


Cefaratti. 




Chiudioni. Greg 


Monica 




Choromanski. 


Cell, Jim 




Jim 



146 / Juniors 



Dalic. Bob 

Dalion. Laura D'Anna, Meg 

D'Amico. Dan/ingcr. 

Matthew Tina 



Dao. Nguyet 
Darcy. Eric 
Davidson. 
Carolyn 




Delambo. Elisc Demyanchik. Dc%xny, Chuck 

Dclas. Anionia George Dickard. Maun 

Dclaney. Jill Dcnnick. Ed DiUlla. Doug 

Deoma. Mary 



Juniors / 147 



DiTomaso, Dorado, Jo 

Nannette Downing. La 

Dolinar, Ed Dommer. Jeanne Doyle, Joe 




Elze, Bob 


Erne 


Mary 


Eroskey, Sandy 


Pagan, Sheila 


Fanara, Rcnee 


Erdani. Mark 


Eller 




Evancic, John 


Fahey, Laura 


Faragov, Betty 



148 / Juniors 







Juniors / 149 



Harrell. Terry 


Hasegawa, Cr 


IS 


Hayman. Lora 


He 


nry. Tan 


nmy 


Harl, Bruce 


Hassel. Kris 




Heindel, Dennis 









Gleisser, Hannah 




Grdina, Dinah 




Ha 


mm. Joe 


Gmeiner. Bill 


Gordon. Mark 


Gnesmer. Jean 


Haines, Carol 


Ha 


nion. Bill 


Golden, Chuck 


Gorjup. Donna 


Gudenas, Kesty 


Halberg. Kevin 


Ha 


nson, Greg 




Grano. Gary 


Gullo, Rila 


Hallcr, Edward 


Ha 


rich. Jill 


Goodfellow. Amy 


Graziano, Diane 


Gundling. Nancy 


Hamula, Koren 


Ha 


rmon, Scol 




Hershman. Rila Hocevar. Gloria Holloway. Robert Noon. Beth 

Higgins, Andrea Horfcrt. Mike Holmes, Bill Hopkins.Tom 

Hinko. Linda Hollis. Jan 



150 / Juniors 



Hfusovsky. Joe Hufgard, Krcd 

Hudak, Krank Mufnaglc, Jim 

Hucslcd. Kalhy Hughes. Arlecn 



Hungcrford. Mary 
Hiildcrman. Tom Bclh 

Humcnsky. Meg Hullun, Kalhy 

Hunlsman. Sieve Insana. Frank 




Isaac, Terry Ivancic, Barb Jagielski. Diane 

Isbeslor, Kay |vanc,c. Bob Jarmuszkicwcz.Su 



Jclepis. Andy Journey, Jeff Kamposek, Edward Kascak. Mark 

Jochum, Eric Juralovic. Mark Kaneen. Tern 

Kaifcsh, Kevin 

Kalka. John 



Juniors / 151 




152 / Juniors 




Kulbickas. Mike 
Kuchla, Gary Kupfcr. Mike l.ampcla. Robcrl 

Kunalh. Kalhy LaBarbcra. Kalhy Lancsc, Jorge 



Lang. Diana 
Langdon. Ktlli 
Langdon. Mike 



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Lanlz, Mike Legan, Mary Belh Lewis. Dan Lonchar, Tim 

Laseak. John Lemmon. Kalhy Lilley. Elaine Longslrelh, Dan 

Lauria. Pain Lcnl. Vic Limbert, Mark Lorber. Kalhieei 

Leder. Becky Lilwinowicz. Calhy 




Hand check 



Lu. Jeff 


MacLeod. Andrea 


Madun 


ic. Milan 


Ma 


lion. Patricia 


Maranv.IIc. 


Luda. Tina 


Madorsky, Stephen 


Malon 


. Don 


Ma 


inion. Scon 


Richard 


Lyie, Bill 




MaJon 


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Markicwicz. Bonnie 


Lynn. Greg 












Marosan. Ron 


Lyon. Bob 














Lyile, Dan 















Juniors / 153 




Mannings, Linda 
Murphy, Diane 
Murray, Jim 



Mast, Roy 
Mavsar, Jeff 
May. Tonita 
McArthur, Dave 



McCanv, Carol 


McCulloughl. 


Millar, James 


Monsman, Marl 


McCaskie, Joanne 


Brian 


Miller, Deborah 


Moore. Pete 


McChancy, 


Mc Gill. Darren 


Miller, Donna 


Morris. Bob 


Claudia 


McPadden. Dan 


Miller. Phyllis 


Morris. Patli 


McCluskey. Brian 


Meanney. Tami 


Misch, Linda 


Motuza. Joann 


McCluskey. 


Medves, Steve 


Modic, Ed 


Mulholland. Da 


Michelle 


Meier. Carl 


Molesky, Caria 




McCraith. Michael 


Mein, Vinoe 


Moody, Robin 




McCrcighl. Bob 


Mews, Moncia 






McCullcy, Mark 


Mihelcic, Jackie 







154 / Juniors 



Pecnik. Ofcg 

Peirolo. Linda Pcnko. Nancy 

Ptnko. Diane Pcrrolli, Mike 




Raicevich, Kurt 




Rash. Sandy 




Rail, Gary 


Raney, Rich 


Raymonl, Scott 


Reed, Jim 


Ramona. Dave 


Rapinz, Jim 


Reed, Diane 


Reese, Steve 




Ferryman, Calhleen 


Phillips, Cathy 


Piscopo. Sue 


Powell. John 


^HhL"" 


Ferryman, 


Phillips. Mike 


Flavcan, Larry 


Powers. Mark 


P^^pk^ j| 


Christine 


Pietrantozzi, Viola 


Fluta, Kurt 


Prines. Mark 


~^Kvt ^ 


Pelrella, Julie 


Fikovnik, Jim 


Pollard. Latresa 


Prilchard. Beverly 


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Petrich, Sherie 


Finney, Sharon 


Polly. Joy 


Pysell. David 




Fetrick, Cheryl 


Pinto. Donna 


Potocnik. Joan 


Radabaugh. Mike 


Reese. Todd 


Petsche, Robert 








Reichert. Wi 
Reid, Lori 


156 / Juniors 











Reminick. Scott Rinderle, Thomas Rocco. Jim 

Rezonja. Mimi Roberts. Mark Roedcr. Pam 

Rhyne. Cindi Robinson, Scott Roeder, Patty 



Romoser, Donuld 
Roper. Chrislophi 
Rose. Kalhy 




Sharer. Dotlic 
Shaner, Edward 
Sheehan. Kelly 
Shefcheck. Mike 
Shelden. Jack 



Shullz. Jack 
ShuU;. Pamela 
Shuster. Cai 
Siberl. Lisa 
Sidman. Kc 



Simpson. Charlie 
Sisson. Douglas 
Sivillo. Sue 



Juniors / 157 




Sparks, Jeanelle 


Slaso, Denise 


Slrah, Cheri 


Such 


vus. Bob 




Slcfanac, Milch 


Strah, Raymond 


Suda 




Srnick, Phil 


Slelmach. Dwayn 


c Strah, Robert 


Sumn 


lerfield. Da 


Slack, Jim 


Slevko, Mike 


Strle. Helen 


Sumn 


lers. Bob 


Slanek, Jan 


Sligamicr, Steve 


Struna, Gary 




ak, Calhv 


Stanisa, Andrew 


Slouffer. Ten 


Stumpf, Beverly 








How would you like paint all over your face? 




Skedel. Therese 


Snyder, Janet 


Skerl, Denise 


Snyder, Rich 


Skovira. Joseph 


Snyder, Roger 


Slejkos, Janet 


Soinosky, Sha 


Smith, Cheryl 


Sotka, Charier 


Smith. Cynthia 


Spaiek, Patti 


Smith, Kelly 





158 / Juniors 




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Topping, Jancl Turner. Diane 

Tor(orici. Slclla Turner, Kalhyc 

Treichel, Dave Tulolo, Tom 

Trommetlcr, Grcla Udovic, Ludvick 




Juniors / 159 




Wright. Robert 
Wyhe. Jenny Yeagcr, Earl Yerman, Tir 



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Wendel. Dons West, Patricia 

Wcrstak. Bill Wieganti. Don 






Wilson. Devin Wisniewski. Tony Wolf. David 

Wilson. Jim Wuchner. Marlene Wright. George 







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SMILE 




Young. Pal Zagorc. Bob 

/ack. John Zak. Ann ZaIcCcI, MaryAnn Zanghi. Michael 




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Zdunczyk, Lori Znidarsic. Mary Zupancic. Marly Zurc, Margaret 

Zelko. Jim Zupancic. .Andria Zupanic. Lisa 

Zigman, Frank Zupocic. Mary Beth 



Juniors / 161 



SOPHOMORES 

Last year's rival junior high freshman stu- 
dents met on September 6, 1977, to join to- 
gether as the sophomore class of Euclid High 
School. They added enthusiasm and excite- 
ment to the corriders of Euclid High. Their 
year consisted of meeting new people, getting 
adjusted to high school life and sharing in 
the fun of the high school's different activi- 
ties. The sophomore class decorated the halls 
for Christmas and planned activities that 
would acquaint themselves with their fellow 
classmates. 



Mrs. Skvasik, 1 Period, Top Row, L to R: Tony Lovano, Duaine Thome, Scott 
Sanderson, Mark Caplick, Steve Cline, Bottom Row: Jerry Bowman, Bill Kimble, 
John Christopher, John Hoffart, Linda Warner Missing: Cheryl Adam, Jack 
Crouch, Pat McCallion, Nick Pietrantozzi, Chris Suvak 





Miss Harris, 1 Period, 1 Row: Beth Black, Sammy Brunner, Bridget Barba, Janet D'Amico, Lisa Hastert, 
Diane Perusek, Millie Turkalj. Second Row: Doug Baars, Sharen Andrews, Terri Smiddy, Jim Duthie, Michael 
Reed, Diane Perusek, Lynn Swansinger. Third Row: Joe Massaro, Richard Norton, Ken Roberts, Carmen 
Weissfus, Mark Sawyer. Fourth Row: Ed Konchan, John Glicken, Mike Casciato, Richard Hrwatzki, Rimas 
Nausas. NOT PICTURED: Ed Sheridan, Bob Thomas 



162/Sophomores 




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Mr. Hall, 1 Period, Front Row, L to R; Sandy Wintle, Mike MacDermott, Lisa Little- 
ton, Morman Goldrich, Ken Hlebak, Keith Lawrence Row 2: Bill Zaller, Barbara Rep- 
fell, Paula Gray, Michele Boloconoff, Dean Merrifield, Arthur Buanno, George Kampo- 
sek, John Marcoli, J.D. Stump, Rick Smelko, Dave Zaiben, Linda Smith, Annemarie 
DiTirro, Scott McCance. Row 3: Vera Radosevic, Doug Jones, Tom Sapatka, John 
Pritchard, John Powell, Richard Wiltrout, Dan Ross. 





Sophomores/ 163 




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Mrs. Gale, 1 Period, Front Row, Left to Right: Andrea Rudolph, Laurie Isbestor, Lisa Simmons, Laurie 
DeLuca, Tiffany Buda, Nancy Sledz, Dawn Glaser, Deanna Brzozowski, Rosemary Sulkowski, Regina 
Cirota. Second Row: Tami Truscott, Mary Markos, Holly King, Laurel Malone, Denise Jordan, Shirley 
Jue, Janine Boettcher, Jeanne Matuch. Third Row: Theresa Machanos, Greg DuUa, Dave Mays, 
Timothy Fawcett, Chip Neff, Glen Gregrich, Larry Lewis. Not Pictured: Jane Palinkas. 






Don't worry . . . it's only a fire drill. 

Miss Harris, 2 Period, Bottom Row, Left to Right: Susan 
Pahle, Kathy Rotondo, Pat Hayes. Second Row: Donna 
Weslee, Robbie Soeder, Leah Halus Andrea Schembre. 
Third Row; Karen Behun, Jane Bartel, Margie ODonnell 
Fourth Row: Vicky Centa, Richard Lusky, Janice Lexa,. 
Fifth Row: Jay Attwood, Jeff Anderson, Bonnie Bydash, 
Vickie Yatsko. Sixth Row: Craig Kordic, Chris King, 
Lee Tanner. Seventh Row: Sandy Mulligan, Cindy Woide, 
Al Totarella, Kim Stegh, Eighth Row: Greg Pritchard, 
Tom Bell, Ray Giangiacomo. Not Pictured: Rebecca 
Dutko 



164/Sophomores 





Miss Lellis, 2 Period, Top Row, Left To Right: Roberta Raci<er, Jackie Zori<o, Frani< Balogh, 
Jeff Kooser, Jeff Potokar, Jeff Kleinfeld, Julie Skur. Second Row: Noreen Hernan, Ellen 
Kessler, Jesse DiRando, Diane Cibrik, Jeff Freedman, Edith Stibinger, Lisa Gates. Third Row: 
Svetlana Beros, Eileen Welton, Ferolyn Powell, Barbara Moeller. Fourth Row: Georgene 
Kormos. Julie Dimitrow, Debbie Grubb. 




Miss Spiga, 2 Period, Bottom Row, Left to Right: Diana Watson, Sandy Kusera, 
Victoria Colaric, Diana Meyenberg, Pam Hicks. Second Row: Louise Pardi, Mary 
Drake. Third Row: John Balaka. Jeff Sidak, Laurel Rogers, Gretchen Mulvinas, 
Helen Linane, Kathy Thompson. Top Row: Pete Greismer, Tom Simon. Bill Dodd. 
Joe Uss'ai, Marc Broccone, Dave Sceranka, Deron. Malenda. Not Pictured: Margaret 
Ashley, Ray Deptola, Virginia Turner, Kelly Caruthers. 





Sophomores/ 165 




Mrs. Gale, 2 Period Front Row 1 eft To Right Maureen McGill, Michelle Maggio, Sandy Royce, 
Mike Unick, Scott Penko. Second Row: Dean Bucceri, Debbie Dixon, Johnna Cook, Patty Doison, 
Terri Ratchford, Theresa Kroczek, Sandy Gross, Donna Sim. Third Row: Denise Selvaggio, Marc 
Hughes, Barbara Gawor, Jay Sullivan, Sharon Lent, Frank Sivillo. Fourth Row: Al Clemens, 
Anthony Mihelich, Mark Warzawski. Not Pictured: Joe Baglione, William Blechm, Sherri Ora- 
zem, Cheryl Alphonso 








Ms. McLaughlin, 3 Period: Bottom Row, Left To Right, Gary Nousek, Rob Williams, Bob 
Crombie, Bob Thompson, Chuck Galer. Second Row: Cheryl Pular, Chris Perko, Jonna Stock- 
dale, Jamie Sherman, Don Knific, Brian Speroff, Ron Ledger, Third Row: Gary Keith, Kim 
Madorsky, Ray Burris, Dan Reilly, Dave Arnold. Not Pictured: Chris Gannon, Rick Heydok, 
Carl Pungerchar, Ray Adamowicz, Dan Coles, Dave Thomas, Ron Perri, Jim Murray 



I can eat the whole thing in one bite. 



Mr. Petrovick, 3 Period. Left To Right, 
Bottom Row; Howard Myers, Scott Fore- 
man, Maria Sajn, Donata Schulz. Second 
Row: Stan Krulc, Paul Calabrese, Maomi 
Higaki, Terry Donner. Third Row: Lori 
DeLambo, Mary Jo Balasz, Christ Hor- 
vath, Liz Taylor. Fourth Row: Shelly 
Miller, Colleen Campbell, Kay Toth, 
Debbie Fagan. Fifth Row: Julie Fifik, 
Tammy West. Terry Stupica. Sixth Row: 
Mike Kobe, Millie Jarc, Sharon Synk, 
Andy Barnauskas. Seventh Row: Jim Mc- 
Chancy, Lori Thompson, Carol Hanson, 
Nancy French. Top Row: Rich Taylor, 
Damir Spanjol, Dave Bokor, Greg Schalk. 



166/Sophomores 






Miss Sliter, 3 Period, Left To Right. Top Row: Ray Martinez, Mike Phillips, Barry 
Maxwell, Mark Zimmerman. Second Row: Gary Saba, Auggie Bruno, Janet Laseak, 
Chris Parker. Bottom Row: Mike Swanson, Mike Mocny, Dave Dodd. John Bosko. 
Not Pictured: Therese Calabrese, Greg Hall, Jeff McCallion 








Mr. Smith, 3 Period. Left To Right. 
Front Row: Aurelia Pehcock, Donna 
Wisniewski, JimPevee John Dorado, 
Kathy Ludvik. Second Row: Sandy 
Zeitz, Mark Walters Tim Kaselonis, 
Jeff SchroU, Cris Rowley, Brad 
Newcomb, Trish Sansbury. Third 
Row: Denise Szabo, Bill Shega, John 
Monacelli, Bob Blevins. Fourth Row: 
Row: Greg Thomson. Auggie 
Haupt, Keith Will, Dan Tarantino, 
Jeff Rupsic, John Berlan, Scott 
Bratton, Ted Fabec, Brian Schrock. 
Fifth Row: Bob Prizzi 




Sophomores/ 167 




Mr. Hall. 3 Period: Front Row, Left to Right, Steve Deuschie, Brigid Deveny, Louise Perriman, 
Bob Hall, Gerald Davies. Second Row: Maureen Dupay, Jackie Hall, Sally Jakes, Dave Craw- 
ford, Dan Himmelman, Mancy Garguilo, Sherie Gerapic, Rick Salyan. Third Row: Jim Bana- 
szek, Scott Ullman, Pete Troha, John Christensen, Jeff Schaffer, Steve Kurrent, Dale Stelmach, 
Sue Legan, Marsha Novak, Tammi Tucci, Sue Roeder, Sandra Honer, Sue Leonhardt, Mark 
Reel, Tim Mocny. Not Pictured: Rosemarie Hunter. 






Mr. Smith, 4 Period: Bottom Row, Left To Right: Karen Nainger.Sue Bukovec, Maria Hayes, 
Michelle Lonchas, Mark Lawyer, Dan Guarino, Kelly Wilbcr, Dave Hershey, Laura Chukayne. 
Ellen Buck. Second Row: Anna Kry.siak, Darlene Cooper, T J. Theodore, Karen Sump, Jean 
Araps, John Rup.sic, Val Baris, Pat South, Bob Crane, Marion Klum, Cynthia Vallee, Rebecca 
Keeran, Denise Geddes, Pat Fiorelli, Mark Rado, Paul Owen, Not Pictured: Dan Caito 






Miss Harris, 4 Period: First Row, Left to Right: Greg Triplett, Mike Voase. Second Row: 
Terry Loraw, Pam Wickam, Tony Harwood, John Oldenburgh, Donna Ferrara, Cindy Cor- 
bett. Barb Miller. Third Row: David Galvas, Tim Frimel, John Pavis, Marie Elkanick, 
Ron Smith. Steve Bost. Sharon Schiller, Missie Busher, Debbie Zuzek, Marilyn 
Mechle, Wanda Popovic, Kim Ford, Doug Koestcr, Jim Reeves. Not Pictured: Bill Grau. 



This is a PRIVATE meeting 




Sophomores/ 169 




Mr. Hall, 5 Period, Front Row, Left to Right; Sandy Bures, Pam Whaling, Maria Yanko, 
and Thomonica Ware, Row 2; Tom Hink, Ken Johnson, Regina Petraska, and John Emser. 
Row 3: Tom Centa, Mike Nagode, Buddy Sulen, Shawn Justus, Alex Spirikaitis, Dean 
Schulz, Nathan Holland, and Nick Sakacs. Row 4: Karen Fratino, Patty Miller, Gary Luca- 
relli, Mark Bukowec, Wally Vance, Ron Knaus, John Rose, Dave Willert, Greg Pyle, Bob 
Sullivan, Christine Watral, Agnes Ortman, and Toni Rowland. Not Pictured: Tim Moriarty. 




I just got the joke you told me last week! 




Mrs. Gale, 5 Period, Front Row, Left to Right; Sharon Harth, Chris Kucmanic, 
Sue Mauser. Row 2: Debbie Holchnecht, Nancy Lombardi, Darlene Bowens. 
Jackie Schulz, Chris Redman, Terri Jamnik, Debbie McGinley, Monika Veres. 
Back Row; Renee Rose, Jacques Gondeau, Karen Busdiecker, Bill Drasler, John 
Fowle, Jack Avcin, Bob Clarke, Daniel Kastelac, Alan Jones, Dennis Kehn, Not 
Pictured; Cynthia Downie, Sunita Gupta, Pamela Parker, Thomas Wright 



Ms. Spiga, 5 Period, Bottom Row, Left to Right; Angle, Dombrosky, Greg Barn- 
auskas, Niki lafelice, Lisa Tekancic, Julie Crane, Mario Pinjuh. Row 2; Chris 
Munici, Cliff Norton, Norbert Callahan, Wayne Rexrode, Pat Taylor, Clarence 
Senn, Jean Kravos, Row 3; Ed Marinkow, Frank Bolden, Dave Smiddy, Tom 
Galon. Top Row; Rob Formica, Terry Lohrey, Mike Rukule, Keith Stumpf. Not 
Pictured; Mike Clark, Arleen Funk, Lucy Gravinski, David Scott, Gordon Luce. 




170/Sophomores 




Ms. Skvasik, 6 Period, Left to Right, Row 1: Sachlow, Tony Aveni, John Becchun, 
Tony Corbran, Ed Petric. Row 2: Jim Dotson, Bob Formica, Jim Wilkenson, Kevin 
Mahrstedt. Row 3: Joe Lanese, Keith Ludwig, Dan Reichcrt, Bill McKenzie. Not 
Pictured: Diane Kowaiewski, Mark Maleney, Tom Rutan. 



Mr. Petrovick, 6 Period, Left to Right, Row 1: Greg 
Savernik, Mike DeCapite, Sabrina Martinak,. Row 
2: Dave Nichting, Lou Vidovic, Ann Masterson, 
Ann Shilander, Row 3: Chris Salopek, Pat Minich, 
Cindy Siovenec. Row 4: Dawn Dureiko, Ruthanne 
Kubik, Pat Purvis, Jean Elhs. Row 5: Jill HIabse, 
Rosie Nacinovich, Jim Brentar, Row 6: Sylvia Pov- 
rik, Lisa Wardeiner, Judy Freiden, Leslie Johnson. 
Top Row: Steve Grubar, John Arnold, Bill Boh- 
anon. Ken Kohagen, Duane Foy. 





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Miss Hams, 6 Period I eft To Right Row 1 ChcrvlSuraei (jknn /erb\ \m\ Ross, 
Ed Noles, Row 2: Mia Ho, Tern Weber, Roy Geyer, Phil Long. Row 3- Sharon 
Holland, Sandy Haskin, Kim Burrows, Bob Perusek, Mike Cunningham. Row 4: Jean 
Puz, Laura Zebold, Nancy Heimsoth, Tim Wright, Joe OToole, Debber Waterman, 
Not Pictured: Mike Ferrara, Stephanie Pies, Bill Schauer, Geoff Trebel. 



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I pledge allegiance to the flag 




172/Sophomores 




Mrs. Gale. 7 Period, Front Row. Left to Right: Benita Benedik, Colette 
Toth, Cindy Stephenson. Heidi Koch, Sharon Barravechia, Carol Gessler, 
Linda Honson, Linda Sauerman, Lori Artzner, Sharon Martin Nancy 
Nordman, Julie Otcasek, Mary Jo Hulen, Rich Kozich. Row 2: Gina Gial- 
iambardi. Diane Urey, Monika Matthews, Patty Naro, Don Cika, Linda 
Alaburda, Cindy Just, Becky Deakin, Chris Gordon, Tom Liddy, Tom 
Lynch, Dan Spence. Not Pictured; Douglas Carter. 





I'm practicing for my ballet lesson. 




Ms. McLaughlin, 7 Period, Front Row, Left To Right: Joe Trommetter, Vicki Krcal, Laurie 
Glick, Diana Shanks, Jackie Marancic, Jim Haller. Row 2: Rick Brewer, Dan Kostan. Mike 
Sachs, Ken Bernacki, Tom O'Brien, Amy Jaklich, Kelly McKenna. Row 3: Dave McGraw. Jim 
Ferencak, Kerry Manassa, Jack Clark, Bob Depalma, Dave Reese, Amy Arnold. Bret Polley, 
Rick Ellul, Denise Gavell, Mike Burke. 




Sophomores/ 1 73 



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Mr. Hall, 7 Period, Left To Right, Front Row: Derek Geske, Jim Ventreska, Reno Poplstein, 
Blaise Festini, Chris Hale, Chris Chrestoff, Row 2: Bob Brochak, Dan Keith, Don Stein, Ken 
Bosco, Joe Hribar, Boris Masera, Vickie Skora, Diana Corrigan, Natalie Rendina, Kim Par- 
sons, Mark Golen, Martha Eyman, Rosemarie Bene, Ruth Schuememann. Not Pictured: Kim 
Merkley, Kate Kotar, Stanley Kardum, Patricia Hastings. 




Mr. Smith, 8 Period, Left To Right, Row 1: Nena Yeck- 
ley, Kelly Sivert, Shirley Finney. Row 2: Jackie Morabito, 
Robin Henry, Crystal Bashline. Row 3: Eileen Criado. 
Row 4: Mike Braidich, Laura Martin, Charlene Leveno, 
Wendy Cerbin. Row 5: Renee Hall, John Pecnik, David 
Ice, Martin Talty, Steve Jones, Kelly Tempest, Row 7: 
Ron Kotar, Ron Roberts. Not Pictured: Andre Kirkland, 
Susan Meglich, Allan Dickard, Laurie Norton 



This is the annual once a year study 



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Miss Lellis, 8 Period, Left To Right, Bottom 
Row, Laura Seieman, Jackie Ryder, Debbie 
Reider, Row 2: Meg Clements, Becicy Full<erson, 
Julie Magode, Laurie Beres. Row 3: Jill Bad- 
stibner, Diane Fakull, Douglas Sebusch, Row 4: 
Sue Nemeth, Daryl Gordon, Row 5: Joe Mers- 
nik, Tom Anderson, Patty Drienka, Sandy Mor- 
gan. Row 6: Kathy De Marco, Cindy Orehek, 
Josie Jarc. Row 7: Linda Francetic, Dave Sigg, 
Row 8: Joe Harbert, Bob Fox, Ross Campensa. 
Row 9: Jim Galloway, Tim Potokar. 

I won the daily double! 



The future is all in the cards. 

Ms. Harris, 8 Period, Left To Right, Bottom Row, Karen Halliday, Suzanne Tekanic, 
Renee Osborne, Tony Brentar, Dan Weiss, Cheryl Twoey, Ruth Hommel. Row 2: Lori 
Zivkovich, Beth Laufer, Richard Roberts, Lori Kimura. Debbie Cup, Debbie Chinnici, 
Doris Skarica, Row 3: Tim Neumann, Todd Ivancic, Sara Miller, Susan Behrend, 
Colleen Driscoll, Rachel Mann. Row 4: Rich Fambrini, Dominick Scheid, Bob Martin, 
Bob Penicka, Larry Banning, Bob Fox. 




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Mrs. Gale, Period 8, Left To Right, Front Row: Dan Bumbarger, George Heimberger, Karen 
Wonderiy, Lisa Andrews, Rose Ann DiVincenzo, Row 2: Greg Andersi<y, Kurt Meros, 
Nelson Fulton, Tom Clapp, Karen Slovenec, Ray Willrich. Row 3: Janet Behum, Debbie 
Memerovsky, Lisa Fiorelli, Patti Schultz, Beth Cover, Donna Klemensic, Kim Strah, Helene 
Lusoski. Back Row: Dan Daugherty, Helen Marvin, Rick Kidder. Not Pictured: Cathy 
Redone, Gina Lauria. 



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bUi'hlUMUKii UNUJUA 



Adam, Cheryl Skavasik 1 

Adamowicz, Raymond Mclaughlin 3 

Alaburda, Linda Gale 7 

Alphonso, Cheryl Gale 2 

Andersky, Gregory Gale 8 

Anderson, Charles Hall 6 

Anderson, Jeffrey Harris 2 

Anderson, Thomas Lellis 8 

Andresky, Michelle Mclaughlin 1 

Andrews, Lisa Gale 8 

Andrews, Sharon Harris 1 

Araps, Jean Smith 4 

Arnold, Amy Mclaughlin 7 

Arnold, David Mclaughlin 3 

Arnold, John Petrovick 6 

Artzner, Lori Gale 7 

Ashley, Margaret Spiga 2 

Attwood, John Harris 2 

Avcin, Jack Gale 5 

Avellone, Jill 

Aveni, Anthony Skvasik 6 

Baars, Douglas Harris 1 

Badstibner, Jill Lellis 8 

Baehr, James Mclaughlin 1 
,, Baglione, Joseph Gale 2 

Balala, John Spiga 2 
/. Balazs, Mary Jo Petrovick 3 
;"., Balogh, Frank Lellis 2 
■' Banaszek, James Hall 3 

Banning, Larry Harris 8 
•■; Barba, Bridget Harris 1 
;^- Baris, Valerie Smith 4 
'■_^ Barnauskas, Andrew Petrovick 6 

Barnauskas, Gregory Spiga 5 

Barravechia, Sharon Gale 7 

Bartel, Jane Harris 2 

Bartol, Edward Haffer 3 

Bashline, Crystal Smith 8 

Behrend, Susan Harris 8 

Behum, Janet Gale 8 

Behun, Karen Harris 2 

Bell, Thomas Harris 2 
- Belviso, Robert Mclaughlin 4 
¥_ Bene, Rosemarie Hall 7 
!S? Benedick, Benita Gale 7 

Bennett, Laura Mclaughlin 1 

Beres, Laurie Lellis 8 

Berlan, John Smith 3 

Bernacki, Kenneth Mclaughlin 7 

Bernstein, Donna Haffer 3 

Beros, Svetlana Lellis 2 

Black. Beth Harris 1 

Blevins, Robert Smith 3 

Bluhm, William Gale 2 
r Boettcher, Janine Gale 1 

Bohanon, William Petrovick 6 

Bokor, David Petrovick 3 
i Bolden, Frank Spiga 5 
r Bolocanoff, Michele Hall 1 * 

Bosco, John Sliter 3 

Bosco, Kenneth Hall 7 
, Bost, Steven Harris 4 
^■;, Bowins, Arlene Mclaughlin 1 
i| Bowins, Darlene Gale 5 

Bowman, Jerry Skvasik 1 

Braidich, Michael Smith 8 

Bratton, Scott Smith 3 

Brechun, John Skvasik 6 



Brentar, James Petrovick 6 

Brentar, Tony Harris 8 

Brewer, Richard Mclaughlin 7 

Bridgewater, Gregory Mclaughlin 4 

Brochak, Robert Hall 7 

Broccone, Marc Spiga 2 

Brunner, Samia Harris 1 

Bruno, August Sliter 3 

Brzozowski, Deanna Gale 1 

Buanno, Arthur Hall 1 

Bucceri, Dean Gale 2 

Buck, Ellen Smith 4 ' ^i ^5/ 

Buda, Tiffany Gale 1 '* ^^ 

Bukovec, Mark Hall 5 

Bukovec, Susan Smith 4 

Bumbarger, Daniel Gale 8 

Bures, Sandra Hall 5 

Burke, Michael Mc Laughlin 4 

Burris, Raymond Mc Laughlin 3 

Burrows, Kimberly Harris 6 

Busdiecker, Karen Gale 5 

Busher, Rosemary Harris 4 

Bydash, Bonnie Harris 2 

Caito, Daniel Smith 4 

Calabrese, Paul Petrovic 3 

Calabrese, Theresa Sliter 3 

Callagan, Norbert Spiga 5 

Campbell, Colleen Petrovic 3 

Campensa, Ross Lellis 8 

Caplick, Mark Skvasik 1 

Capper, Greg Hall 6 

Caputo, Joseph 

Carney, Mark Mc Laughlin 1 

Carter, Douglas Gale 7 

Caruthers, Kelly Spiga 2 

Casciato, Michael Harris 1 

Cavell, Diane Mc Laughlin 4 

Centa, Thomas Hall 5 

Centa, Vicky Harris 2 

Cerbin, Wendy Smith 8 

Chinnici, Deborah Harris 8 

Chrestoff, Christopher Hall 7 

Christensen, John Hall 3 

Christopher, John Skvasik 1 

Chukayne, Laura Smith 4 

Cibrik, Diane Lellis 2 

Cika, Donald Gale 7 

Cirota, Regina Gale 1 :-^ .,_ 

Clapp, Thomas Gale 8 ^— -' 

Clark, Jack Mc Laughlin 7 

Clark, Michael Spiga 5 

Clarke, Robert Gale 5 

Clemens, Albert Gale 2 

Clements, Margaret Lellis 8 

Cline, Stephen Skvasik 1 

Colaric, Victoria Spiga 2 

Coles, Daniel Mc Laughlin 3 

Cook, Johnna Gale 2 

Coons, Brian Mc Laughlin 1 

Cooper, Darlene Smith 4 

Corbett, Cynthia Harris 4 

Corbran, Anthony Skvasik 6 

Corrigan, Diana Hall 7 

Cover, Beth Gale 8 

Crane, Julie Spiga 5 

Crane, Robert Smith 4 

Crawford, David Hall 3 

Criado, Eileen Smith 8 



Crombie, Robert Mc Laughlin 3 
Crouch, Jack Skvasik 1 
Cunningham, Michael Harris 6 
Cup, Debora Harris 8 
D Amico, Janet Harris 1 
Daugherty, Daniel Gale 8 
Davidson, Lincoln Mc Laughlin 1 
Davidson, Mark Gale 8 
Davies, Gerald Hall 3 
Deakin, Rebecca Gale 7 
Decapite, Michael Petrovic 6 
De Lambo, Lore Petrovic 3 
De Luca, Laurie Gale 1 
Demarco, Kathryn Lellis 8 
De Mattie, Rosanne Hall 6 
De Palma, Robert McLaughlin 7 
Deptola, Raymond Spiga 2 
Deuschle, Steven Hall 3 
Deveney, Brigid Hall 3 
Dickard, Allan Smith 8 

Dickens, Sheila 

Dimitrov, Juliette Lellis 2 
Di Rando, Jesse Lellis 2 
Di Tirro, Annemarie Hall 1 
Divincenzo, Roseanne Gale 8 
Dixon, Debra Gale 2 
Dodd, David Sliter 3 
Dodd, William Spiga 2 
Dolsen, Patricia Gale 2 
Dombrosky, Angela Spiga 2 
Donner, Terry Petrovic 3 
Dorado, Jonathan Smith 3 
Doremus, Richard Haffer 3 
Dotson, James Skvasik 6 
Downie, Cynthia Gale 5 
Drake, Mary Spiga 2 
Drasler, William Gale 5 
Drienka, Particia Lellis 8 
Driscoll, Colleen Harris 8 
Dulla, Gregory Gale 1 
Duapy, Maureen Hall 3 
Durbin, John McLaughlin 1 
Dureiko, Dawn Petrovic 6 
Duthie, James Harris 1 
Dutko, Rebecca Harris 2 
Ecker, Lee McLaughlin 4 
Ede, Larry McLaughlin 1 
Eiermann, Denise Smith 8 
Elkanick, Marie Harris 4 " 

Elliott, Jeffery Haffer 3 
Ellis, Jean Petrovic 6 
Ellul, Roderick McLaughlin 7 
Emser, John Hall 5 
Eyman, Martha Hall 7 
Fabec, Ted Smith 3 
Fagan, Deborah Petrovic 3 
Fahey, Linda McLaughlin 4 
Fakult, Diane Lellis 8 
Fambrini, Richard Harris 8 
Fawcett, Timothy Gale 1 
Ferencak, James McLaughlin 7 
Ferrara, Donna Harris 4 
Ferrara, Michael Harris 6 
Festini, Blaise Hall 7 
Fierle, William McLaughlin 4 
Fifik, Juliana Petrovic 3 

Finneley, Dorothy 

Finnic, Shirley Smith 8 



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Fiorelli, Lisa Gale 8 

Fiorilli, Patrick Smith 4 

Ford, Kimberly Harris 4 

Foreman, William Petrovic 3 

Formica, Robert Skvasik 6 

Formica, Robert Spiga 5 

Fowle, John Gale 5 

Fox, Robert Lellis 8 

Fox, Robert Harris 8 

Foy, Duane Petrovic 6 

Francetic, Linda Lellis 8 

Franze, Michele McLaughlin 7 

Fratcher, James McLaughlin 4 

Fratino, Karen Hall 5 

Freedman, Jeffrey Lellis 2 

French, Nancy Petrovic 3 

Frieden, Judy Petrovic 6 

Frimel, Timothy Harris 4 

Fulkerson, Rebecca Lellis 8 

Fulton, Nelson Gale 8 

Funk, Arleen Spiga 5 

Galer, Charles McLaughlin 3 

Galloway, James Lellis 8 

Galon, Thomas Spiga 5 

Galer, Charles McLaughlin 3 

Galloway, James Lellis 8 

Galon, Thomas Spiga 5 

Galyas, David Harris 4 

Gambitta, AnnMarie McLaughlin 4? 

Gannon, Christopher McLaughlin 3 

Garapic, Sherie Hall 3 

Gargiulo, Nancy Hall 3 

Gates, Lisa Lellis 2 

Gavell, Denise McLaughlin 7 

Gawor, Barbara Gale 2 ,* 

Geddes, Denise Smith 4 

Geske, Derek Hall 7 

Gessler, Carol Gale 7 

Geyer, Roy Harris 6 

Giallombardo, Gina Gale 7 

Giangiacomo, Ray Harris 2 

Gilroy, John 

Glaser, Dawn Gale 1 

Glick, Laurie McLaughlin 7 

Glicken, John Harris 1 

Glover, Thomas Hall 6 

Goldrich, Norman Hall 1 

Golen, Mark Hall 7 

Gondeau, Jacques Gale 5 

Gordon, Christopher Gale 7 

Gordon, Daryl Lellis 8 

Grabinski, Lucille Spiga 5 

Grau, William Harris 4 

Gray, Paula Hall 1 i^ 

Gregrich, Glenn Gale 1 t^ 

Griesmer, Peter Spiga 2 ^ 

Grindle, Steven ,. f^\^ 

Gross, Sandra Gale 2 

Grubar, Stephen Petrovic 6 ,,, .'^ 

Grubb, Deborah Lellis 2 ; 

Guarino, Daniel Smith 4 

Gupta, Sunita Gale 5 

Hale, Christopher Hall 7 

Hall, Gregory Sliter 3 

Hall, Jackolette Hall 3 

Hall, Rennee Smith 8 

Hall, Robert Hall 3 

Hall, William McLaughlin 4 



iV* 



Haller, James McLaughlin 7 
Halliday, Karen Harris 8 
Halus, Leah Harris 2 
Hann, Patricia Haffer 3 
Hannan, Bernadette McLaughlin I 
Hansen, Linda Gale 7 
Hanson, Carol Petrovic 3 
Harbert, Joseph Lellis 8 
Harrison, Thomas Harris 1 
Harth, Sharon Gale 5 
Harwood, Anthony Harris 4 
Haskin, Sandra Harris 6 
Hastert, Lisa Harris 1 
Hastings, Patricia Hall 7 
Haupt, August Smith 3 
Hayes, Maria Smith 4 
Hayes, Patricia Harris 2 
Hegedus, Deborah McLaughlin 7 
Heglaw, Daniel McLaughlin 4 
Heimberger, George Gale 8 
Heimsoth, Nancy Harris 6 
Henry, Robin Smith 8 
Hernan, Noreen Lellis 2 
Hershey, David Smith 4 
Heyduk, Richard McLaughlin 
Hicks, Pamela Spiga 2 
Higaki, Naomi Petrovick 3 
Himmelman, Daniel Hall 3 
Hink, Thomas Hall 5 
HIabse, Jill Petrovic 6 
HIebak, Kenneth Hall 1 
: Holland, Nathan Hall 5 
Holland, Sharon Harris 6 
Hommel, Ruth Harris 8 
Honer, Sandra Hall 3 
Horvath, Christy Petrovic 3 
Howze, Kennetha Gale 1 
Hribar, Joseph Hall 7 
Hrisko, Michelle Lellis 2 
Hrobat, Richard Hall 6 
Hrwatzki, Richard Harris 1 
Hughes, Mark Gale 2 
Hulin, Mary Jo Gale 7 

Hunter, Rosemarie 

Hutchins, Christopher McLaughlin 4 

lafelice, Nicolette Spiga 5 

Ice, David Smith 8 

Isbestor, Laura Gale 1 

Ivancic, Todd Harris 8 

Jaklich, Amy McLaughlin 7 

Jaksa, Sally Hall 3 

Jamnik, Teri Gale 5 

Jarc, Josephine Lellis 8 

Jarc, Milena Petrovic 3 

Johnson, Karen Smith 8 

Johnson, Kenneth Hall 5 

Johnson, Leslie Petrovic 6 

Jones, Alan Gale 5 

Jones, Douglas Hall I 

Jones, Steven Smith 8 

Jordan, Denise Gale 1 

Jue, Shirley Gale 1 

Just, Cynthia Gale 7 

Justus, Maureen McLaughlin 1 

Justus, Shawn Hall 5 

Kaercher, John Haffer 3 

Kaifesh, Lawrence McLaughlin 

Kamposek, George Hall 1 



Kardum, Stanley Hall 7 
Kaselonis, Timothy Smith 3 
Kastelic, Daniel Gale 5 
Keeran, Rebecca 
Kehn, Dennis Gale 5 
Keith, Daniel Hall 7 
Keith, Gary McLaughlin 3 
Kessler, Ellen Lellis 2 
Kidder, Richard Gale 8 
Kimble, William Skvasik 1 
Kimura, Lorijean Harris 8 
King, Christopher Harris 2 
King, Holly Gale I 
Kirkland, Andre Smith 8 
Kleinfield, Jeffrey Lellis 2 
Klemencic, Donna Gale 8 
Klun, Marion Smith 4 
Knaus, Ronald Hall 5 
Knific, Donald McLaughlin 3 
Kobe, Michael Petrovic 3 
Koch, Heidi Gale 7 
Koester, Douglas Harris 4 
Kohagen, Kenneth Petrovic 6 
Koncar, Frank Hall 6 
Konchan, Edward Harris 1 
Kooser, Jeffrey Lellis 2 
Kordic, Craig Harris 2 
Kormos, Georgene Lellis 2 
Kostan, Daniel McLaughlin 7 
Kotar, Kate Hall 7 
Kotar, Ronald Smith 8 
Kovalec, John McLaughlin 4 
Kowalewski, Diana Skvasik 6 
Kozich. Richard Gale 7 
Kravos, Jean Spiga 5 
Krcal, Vickie McLaughlin 7 
Kroczek, Theresa Gale 2 
Krulc, Stanley Petrovic 3 
Krysiak, Anna Smith 4 
Kubik, Ruthanne Petrovic 6 
Kucera, Sandra Spiga 2 
Kucmanic, Christine Gale 5 
Kurrent, Stephen Hall 3 
Lanese, Joseph Skvasik 6 
Laseak, Janet Sliter 3 
Laufer, Beth Harris 8 
Lauria, Gina Gale 8 
Lawrence, Keith Hall 1 
Lawyer, Mark Smith 4 
Ledger, Ronald McLaughlin 3 
Legan, Susan Hall 3 
Lent, Sharon Gale 2 
Leonhardt, Susan Hall 3 
Leveno, Charlene Smith 8 
Lewis, Larry Gale 1 
Lexa, Janice Harris 2 
Liddy, Thomas Gale 7 
Linane, Helen Spiga 2 
Littleton, Lisa Hall 1 
Lohrey, Roger Hall 6 
Lohrey, Terry Spiga 5 
Lombardi, Nancy Gale 5 
Lonchar, Michelle Smith 4 
Long, Philip Harris 6 
Loraw, Teresa Harris 4 
Lovano, Anthony Skvasik 1 
Lowe, Nancy Haffer 3 
Liicarelli, Gary Hall 5 



178/SOPH. INDEX 




Luce, Gordon Spiga 5 

Ludvik, Kathleen Smith 3 

Ludwig, Keith Skvasik 6 

Lusky, Richard Harris 2 

Lusoski, Helene Gale 8 

Luther, Therese Krup 

Lynch, Thomas Gale 7 

MacDremott, Michael Hall 1 

Machine, Richard McLaughlin 1 

Mackanos, Theresa Gale 1 

Madison, Denise Harris 1 

Madorsky, Kim McLaughlin 3 

Maggio, Michele Gale 2 

Majewski, Anthony McLaughlin 4 

Malaney, Carrie Lynne McLaughlin 1 

Malaney, Mark Skvasik 6 

Malenda, Deron Spiga 2 

Malone, Laurel Gale 1 

Manassa, Kerry McLaughlin 7 

Mann, Rachel Harris 8 

Marincic, Jaqueline McLaughlin 7 

Marinkov, Edward Spiga 5 

Marks, Mary Gale 1 

Maroli, John Hall 1 

Martin, Laura Smith 8 

Martin, Robert Harris 8 

Martin, Sharon Gale 7 

Martinak, Sabrina Petrovic 6 

Martinez, Raymond Sliter 3 

Marvin, Helen Gale 8 

Masera, Boris Hall 7 

Massaro, Joseph Harris 1 

Masterson, Ann Petrovic 6 

Matthews, Monika Gale 7 

Matuch, Jeanne Gale 1 

Mauser, Susan Gale 5 

Maxwell, Barry Sliter 3 

Mays, David Gale 1 

McCallion, Jeffry Sliter 3 , 

McCallion, Patricia Skvasik 1 --^ 

McCance, Scott Hall 1 

McChancy, James Petrovic 3 

McGill, Maureen Gale 2 

McGinley, Deborah Gale 5 

McGraw, Kavid McLaughlin 7 

Mc Kenna, Colleen McLaughlin 7 

Mc Kenzie, William Skvasik 6 

Mechle, Marilyn Harris 4 

Meglich, Susan Smith 8 

Merkley, Kimberly Hall 7 

Merrifield, Dean Hall 1 

Mersnik, Joseph Lillis 8 

Mews, Kurt Gale 8 

Meyenberg, Diana Spiga 2 

Meyers, Terri McLaughlin 4 

Micale, Marcia McLaughlin 1 

Mihelich, Anthony Gale 2 

Miller, Barbara Harris 4 

Miller, Michelle Petrovic 3 

Miller, Patricia Hall 5 

Miller, Sara Jane Harris 8 

Millhof, Dane Haffer 3 

Minich, Patricia Petrovic 6 

Mocny, Michael Sliter 3 

Mocny, Timothy Hall 3 

Moeller, Barbara Lellis 2 

Monacelli, John Smith 3 

Morabito, Jacqueline Smith 8 



Morgan. Sandra Lillis 8 
Moriarty, Timothy Hall 5 
Moses, Mary Hall 6 
Mulligan, Sandra Harris 2 
Mulvinas, Gretchen Spiga 2 
Munici, Christopher Spiga 5 
Murray, Deborah Hall 6 
Murray, James McLaughlin 3 
Myers, Howard Petrovic 3 
Nacinovich, Rosalba Petrovic 6 
Nagode, Julianne Lellis 8 
Nagode, Michael Hall 5 
Nahrstedt, Kevi Skvasik 6 
Nainiger, Karen Smith 4 
Naro, Patricia Gale 7 
Narusas, Rimas Harris 1 
Nauth, Gregors 
Neff, Charles Gale 1 
Neiman, Edward McLaughlin 1 
Nemerovsky, Debra Gale 8 
Nemeth, Susan Lellis 8 
Neumann, Timothy Harris 8 
Newcomb, Bradley Smith 3 
Nichting, David Petrovic 6 
Noles, Edward Harris 6 
Nordman, Nancy Gale 7 
Nordstrom, Dean 
Norton, Clifford Spiega 5 
Norton, Laurelei Smith 8 
Norton, Richard Harris 1 
Nousek, Gary McL 3 
Novak, Marsha Hall 3 
Nulty, Patricia McL 7 
Nunnally, Susan McL 4 
O Brien, Thomas, McL 7 
O Donnell, Marjorie Harris 2 
Oldenburgh, John Harris 4 
Orazem, Sherri Gale 2 
Orehek, Cynthia Lellis 8 
Ortman, Agnes Hall 5 
Osborne, Renee Harris 8 
Otcasek, Juliet Gale 7 
O Toole, John Harris 6 
Owen, Matthew McL 4 
Owen, Paul Smith 4 
Pahle, Susan Harris 2 
Palinkas, Jane Gale 1 
Pardi, Louise Spiga 2 
Pardue, Michael McL 1 
Parker, Christopher Sliter 3 
Parker, Pamela Gale 5 
Parsons, Kimberly Hall 7 
Pavis, John Harris 7 
Peacock, Aurelia Smith 3 
Pecnik, Albert Smith 8 
Pedone, Catherine Gale 8 
Penicka, Robert Harris 8 
Penko, Scott Gale 2 
Perko, Christine McL 3 
Perryman, Louise Hall 
Perusek, Diane Harris 1 
Perusek, Robert Harris 6 
Petraska, Regina Hall 5 
Petric, Edward Skvask 6 
Petti, Ronald Gale 8/McL 3 
Pevec, James Smith 3 
Phillips, Janet McL 1 
Phillips, Michael Sliter 3 



Pies, Stephanie Harris 6 
Pietrantozzi, Violanda Skvask 1 
Pinjuh, Mario Spiga 5 
Plesnicar, Joseph Haffer 3 
Pogorelski, Laura McL 4 
Policy, Bret McL 7 
Poplstein, Cerino Hall 7 
Popovic, Wanda Harris 4 
Potoar, Jeffrey Lellis 2 
Potokar, Timothy Lellis 8 
Povirk, Sylvia Petrovic 6 
Powell, Ferolyn Lellis 2 
Powell, John Hall 1 
Pridemore, Janet 
Print, Kevin Dunn 
Pritchard. Gregory Harris 2 
Pritchard, John Hall 1 
Prizzi, Robert Smith 3 
Propst, Alysia Spiga 2 
Pular, Cheryl McL 3 
Pungerchar, Carl Mel 3 
Purvis, Patricia Petrovic 6 
Puz, Mary Jean Harris 6 
Pyle, Gregory Hall 5 
Rackar, Roberta Lellis 2 
Rado, Mark Smith 4 
Radosevic, Vera Hall 1 
Ratchford, Terri Gale 2 
Rawlings, Douglas McL 4 
Redman, Christie Gale 5 
Reed, Michael T Harris 1 
Reel, Mark R Hall 3 
Reese, David M McL 7 
Reeves, James Harris 4 
Reffell, Barbara M Hall 1 
Reichert, Daniel M Skvasik 6 
Reider, Deborah Lellis 8 
Reilly. Daniel W McL 3 
Reminick, Kelly L McL I 
Rendina, Natalie Hall 7 
Rexrode, Wayne S Spega 5 
Robasz, Scott Hall 6 
Roberts, Kenneth J Harris 1 
Roberts, Patricia McL 4 
Roberts, Richard R Harris 8 
Roberts, Ron A Smith 8 
Roeder, Susan T Hall 3 
Rogers, Laurel R Spega 2 
Rose, John G Hall 5 
Rose, Renee Gale 5 
Ross, Amy R Harris 6 
Ross, Daniel J Hall 1 
Rotondo, Kathy A Harris 2 
Rowland, Toni M Hall 5 
Rowley, Chris B Smith 3 
Royce, Sandra L Gale 2 
Rudolph, Andrea Gale 1 
Ruggiero, Rick A Spega S 
Rukule, Michael J Spega S 
Rupsic, Jeffrey F Smith 3 
Rupsic, John F Smith 4 
Rutan, Thomas H Skvasik 6 
Ryder, Jacqueline M Lellis 8 
Saba, Gery Sliter 3 
Sachs, Michael McL 7 
Sahlani, Elie Skvasik 6 
Sajn, Maria Petrovic 3 
Sakacs, Nicholas Hall 5 



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SOPH. INDEX/179 



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Saley, Barbara McL 1 
Salopek, Christine Petrovic 6 
Salyan, Richard Hal) 3 
Sanderson, Scott Skvasik 1 
Sansbury, Patricia Smith 3 
Sapatka, Thomas Hall 1 
Sauerman, Linda Gale 7 
Savernik, Gregor Petrovic 6 
Sawyer, Mark Harris 1 
Saywell, Karen Haffer 3 
Sceranka, David Spiga 2 
Schaefer, Jeffrey Hall 3 
Schalk, Gregory Petrovic 3 
Schauer, William Harris 6 
Scheid, Dominick Harris 8 
Schembre, Andrea Harris 2 
Schiller, Sheron Harris 4 
Schrock, Brian Smith 3 
SchroU, Jeffrey Smith 3 
Schuenemann, Ruth Hall 7 
Schultz, Patricia Gale 8 

Schuiz, Dean Hall 5 

Schulz, Donata Petrovic 3 
Schuiz, Jacqueline Gale 5 
Scott, David Spiga 5 
Sebusch, Doug Lellis 8 
Seleman, Laura Lellis 8 
Selvaggio, Denise Gale 2 
Senn, Clarence Spiga 5 
Shanks, Diana McL 7 
Sheehan, Kathleen McL 1 
Shega, William Smith 3 
Sheridan, Edward Harris 1 
Sherman, James McL 3 
Shilander, Anne Petrovic 6j 
Shusky, Ann Haffer 3*2 
Sidak, Jeffrey Spiga 2 " 
Siford, Deborah Haffer 3 
Sigg, David Lellis 8 
Sim, Donna Gale 2 
Simicak, Robert McL 1 
Simmons, Lisa Gale 1 
Simon, Thomas Spiga 2 
Sivert, Kelly Smith 8 
Sivillo, Frank Gale 2 
Skarica, Doris Harris 8 
Skora, Veronica Hall 7 
Skur, Julianne Lellis 2 
Sledz, Nancy Gale 1 
Slovenec, Cynthia Petrovic 6 
Slovenec, Karen Gale 8 
Smelko, Richard Hall 1 
Smiddy, David Spiga 5 r-s^ 

Smiddy, Theresa Harris 1 ■^ 
Smith, James McLaughlin 4 
Smith Linda Hall 1 
Smith, Ronald Harris 4 
Snyder, Lynn Hall 6 >. 

Soeder, Roberta Harris 2 / 
South, Patricia Smith 4^, 
Spanjol, Damir Petroy^ 3 
Spence, Dan Gale 7 "*' 
Speroff, Brian McLaughlin 3 
Spirikaitis, Alex Hall 5 
Stegh, Kim Harris 2 
Stein, Kanald Hall 7 
Stelmach, Dale Hall 3 




Stephens, Margaret McLaughlin 1 
Stephenson, Cynthia Gale 7 
Stevens, Ernest W Haffer 3 
Stevko, Lori A Mel 4 
Stibinger, Edith Lellis 2 
Stockdaie, Jonna L McL 3 
Strah, Kimberly Gale 8 
Stump, James Hall 1 
Stumpf, Keith A Spega 5 
Stupica, Terri L Petrovic 3 
Sulen, Frank Hall 5 
Sulkowski, Rosemary Gale 1 
Sullivan, Gerald L Gale 2 
Sullivan, Robert F Hall 5 
Sump, Karen Smith 4 
Suraci, Cheryl A Harris 6 
Suvac, Christopher Skvasik 1 
Swansinger, Lynnette Harris 1 
Swanson, Michael Sleter 3 
Synk, Sharon Petrovic 3 
Szabo, Denise Smith 3 
Szabrak, Edward M Smith 8 
Tally, Martin J Smith 8 
Tanner, Lee A Harris 2 
Tarantino, Daniel J Smith 3 
Tarazi, Gehane P 
Taylor, Elizabeth M Petrovic 3 
Taylor, Patric W Spega 5 
Taylor, Richard T Petrovic 3 
Tekancic, Lisa A Spega 5 
Tekanic, Suzanne L Harris 8 
Tempest, Kellie H Smith 8 
Templar, Kathleen Spega 2 
Theodore, T J Smith 4 
Thomas, David E McL 3 
Thomas, Robert M Harris 1 
Thome, Duaine E Skvasik 1 
Thompson, Lori A Petrovic 3 
Thompson, Robert D McL 3 
Thompson, Stuart A Mel 1 
Thomson, Gregory Smith 3 
Throop, William Hall 6 
Tillett, Robert McL 4 
Todd, Richard McL 1 
Totarella, Albert Harris 2 
Toth, Colette Gale 7 
Townsend, Yvonne 
Trebec, Geoffrey Harris 6 
Triplett, Gregory Harris 4 
Troha, Peter Hall 3 
Trommetter, Joseph McL 7 
Troth, Kay Petrovic 3 
Truscott, Tamara Gale 1 
Tucci, Tammy Hall 3 
Tuft, Joseph McL 4 
Turkalj, Millie Harris 1 
Turner, Susan Hall 6 
Turner, Virginia Spiga 2 
Twoey, Cheryl Harris 8 
Uchbar, David McL 1 
Ullman, Scott Hall 3 
Unick, Michael Gale 2 
Urey, Dianne Gale 7 
Ussai, Joseph Spiga 2 
Vallee, Cynthia Smith 4 
Vance, Walter Hall 5 
Varkett, Victoria McL 4 





Ventresca, James Hall 7 
Veres, Monica Gale 5 
Vidovic, Louis Petrovic 6 
Voase, Michael Harris 4 
Vohnout, James Hall 6 
Walker, Dan Hall 6 
Walters, Mark Smith 3 
Wardeiner, Lisa Petrovic 6 
Ware, Thomonica, Hall 5 
Warner, Linda Skvasik 1 
Warszawski, Mark Gale 2 
Waterman, Debra Harris 6 
Watral, Christine Hall 5 
Watson, Diana Spiga 2 
Weber, Terri Harris 6 
Weiss, Daniel Harris 8 
Weissfuss, Carmen Harris 1 
Welton, Eileen Lellis 2 
Wendel, Jack Hall 6 
Wendel, Karl McL 4 
Weslee, Debbie Hall 6 
Weslee, Donna Harris 2 
West Tamara Petrovic 3 
Whaling, Pamela Hall 5 
Wickham, Pamela 
Wiegand, Daniel Haffer 3 
Wilber, Kelly Smith 4 
Wilkinson, James Skvasik 6 
Will, Keith Smith 3 
Willert, David Hall 5 
Williams, Robert McL 3 
Willrich, Raymond Gale 8 
Wilson, Gregory McL 1 
Wiltrout, Richard Hall 1 
Wintle, Sandra Hall 1 
Wisniewski, Donna Smith 3 
Woide, Synthia Harris 2 
Wonderly, Karen Gale 8 
Wright, Scott Hall 6 
Wright, Thomas Gale 5 
Wright, Timothy Harris 6 
Yan, Joseph Hall 6 
Yanko, Maria Hall 5 
Yatsko, Victoria Harris 2 
Yeckley, Nena Smith 8 
Young, Joanna McL 4 
Young, William Hall 6 
Zalben, David Hall 1 
Zaller, William Hall 1 
Zebold, Laura Harris 6 
Zeitz, Sandra Smith 3 
Zerby, Glen Harris 6 
Zimmerman, Mark Sliter 3 
Zivkovich, Lori Harris 8 
Zorko, Jacqueline Lellis 2 
Zuzek, Deborah Harris 4 



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HOMECOMING - 1977 

It was a cool, rainy October first that followed the victorious 
Homecoming game. Homecoming week was full of activities such 
as a parade, a bonfire, an assembly, a football game against South, 
and a dance that culminated the festivity with the crowning of 
Tina Kuklica. After the crowning, the E-room decorations, com- 
plete with a Parisian cafe' and Toulouse-Lautrec sketching, 
set the atmosphere for the couples dancing to "Love Affair." 




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\9n Homecoming Court: Standing: Bob Dutko, Patty Naro, Sophomore Attendant; Dan Angelo, Ed Delaney, Dave Berlan, Terri 
Baitt, Junior Attendant; Chip Neff. Silting: Kim Snyder, Senior Attendant, Tina Kuklica, Homecoming Queen, Patty Dietrich, 
Senior Attendant. 



184/Homecoming 






Seniot Attendant, Patty Dietrich. Senior Attendant, Kim Snyder. 
Junior Attendant, Terri Baitt. Sophomore Attendant, Patty Naro. 





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MARCHING BAND 



The Euclid Panther Marching Band opened the 
season this year with a drum roll and a cymbol 
crash as they marched downfield to Stevie Won- 
der's "Living for the City." They made such unique 
formations as a trumpet, a rocket that blasted 
downfield with smoking exhaust pipes and the 
smiling face of Mickey Mouse. No one will forget 
when the band sang Mickey Mouse and revolved a 
"D" in the dark. They finished the season with 
the traditional script Euclid and a marching band 
concert where they performed the "Rubberband 
Man" dance. Their spirited "Across the Field"a 
and "Fight Song" added to the excitement of the 
pep assemblies. 








Row 1: H. Pavlovic, J. Delaney, G. Dudek, M. Draxler, D. Pinto, D. Ellenbest, L. Draxler, S. Mauser R. Kubik, T. 
Kuklica, Jo Nachtigal. Row 2: T. Balaze, F. Powell, J. Rose, S. Kurrent, T. Hink, K. Johnson, E. Besselman, J. Tom- 
sick, Mrs. Braddock. Row 3: L. Francetic, F. Dobler, J. Mansperger, W Darash, R. Fabec, G. Zerby, P Srnik, C. Kry- 
siak, S. Bell. Row 4; G. Andershy, K. Stumpf, D. Hershey, M. Kobe, T. Galon, B. Elze, C. Penko, L. Meyer, Mr. Sydow. 
Row 5: M. Juratovic, M. Hone, B. Speroff, J. Sparks, D. Reichert, M. Tally, P. Calabrese, P. Klodor, Mr. Kochan. Row 
6: M.B. Hungerford, T.J. Theodore, J. McChancy, J. Offerle, B. Speece, D. Treichel, D. Rawlings, B. Thompson, Row 
7: J. Fratcher, A. Jones, M. Braidich, J. Schaefer, D. Knific, C. Limbert, T. Fabec, S. Bratton. Row 8: B. Martin, J. 
Arnold, L. Alaburda, G. Saletrik, N. Pryatel, D. Rebeck, P. Drienka, D. Kast. Row 9: E. Sesek, B. Morvaji, B. Blevins, 
M.K. Joyce, T. Yanacek, C. Horvath, S. Synk, K. Foreman. Row. 10: H. Cerbin, D. Lewin, D. Szabo, D. Reider, L. 
Katz, T. Bonfield, L. Lang, T. Stupica. Row 1 1: L. Badstibner, C. Tice, S. Bibler, S. Nemeth, D. Barry, T. West, J. 
Caresani, K. Troth. Row 1 2: L. Sper, K. Miller, R. Racker, L. Johnson, S. Jaksa, J. Hall, L. Niccum, D. Skerl. Row 1 3: 
M. Coons, D. Reed, L. Schieman, M. Sajn, D. Madison, K. Lemmon. 



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MAJORETTES 

M-I-C-K-E-Y-M-O-U-S-E! Euclid School presents 
the 1977-78 Panther Golden Girls. This year the 
girls performed a variety of imaginative routines in- 
cluding a lights-out show with green glowing batons 
and a hat and cane routine. They surprised everyone 
by performing the second show dressed as Micky 
Mouse. Soloist Donna Ellenbest's routine to "I Write 
the Songs" brought rounds of applause from an ap- 
preciative audience. They deserved credit for standing 
still in the pre-game tunnel during winter tempera- 
tures. This year's majorettes showed their skill at 
making each show a treasure and adding a touch of 
class to the half time show. 



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Seniors: Tina Kuklica. Maria Draxler, Gail Dudek, Helen 
Paviovic. 

2. Juniors: Jill Delany, Laura Draxler. 

3. Captain: Donna Ellenbest. 

4. Sophomores: Sue Mauser, Ruthanne Kubik. 

5. Altranates: Joanna Nachtigal, Donna Pinto. 

6. Row 1: Gail Dudek, Sue Mauser, Maria Draxler, Donna 
Ellenbest, Laura Draxler, Donna Pinto, Ruthanne Kubik. Row 
2: Joanna Nachtigal, Tina Kuklica, Jill Delaney, Helen Paviovic. 




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SPIRITS 



"Beat Joes!" "Scrub-Brush!" "Panther Power!" These 
signs plus many more are seen all around the high school 
and are not just old signs taken from the archives of the 
school. They are the products of a hundred imaginative 
students who spend their Wednesdays after school paint- 
ing signs and having a bit of fun. Their work informs 
the student body of the upcoming games and helps gen- 
erate school spirit. 







1. SENIORS; Row 1; J. Daugherty, C. Tancredi, L. Lick, F. 
Maire. Row 2: S. Vallee, P. Eyman, F. Woods, L. Martin, K. 
Cooke, E. Parziale. Row 3: D. Harwood, L. McLaughlin, J. Schall, 
J. Downer, K. Alaburda, H. Pavlovic, C. Holodniak, D. Tortorici. 
Row 4: B. Payne, T. Kuklica, C. Kirchner, M. Ice, D. Petrich. 

2. JUNIORS; Row 1; S. Basler, T. Baitt, L. Cerjan, J. Motuza, 

B. Tancredi, L. NovoseL Row 2; N. Tauiien, K. Boka, N. Samuel, 

C. Perryman, L. Oberaitis, M.E. Cooke. Row 3: D. Grdina, L. 
Schibert, P. Payne, N. Dt Tomaso, L. Draxler, B. Holloway, S. 
Petrich. Row 4; J. Thomas, B. Debevc, K. Foreman, R. Bevacqua. 
Row 5; E. Jochan, L. Plavcan, M. Sidel, V. Malone, C. Hassel, K. 
Kaifesh, D. Seidel. 

3. SOPHOMORES; T. West, F. Powell, B. Moeller, R. Osborne, L. 
Martin, J. Matuch. Row 2; L. Hansen, J, Skur, S. Martin, N. 
Heimsoth, R. Sulkowski, B. Laufer. Row 3; L. Wardeiner, S. 
Roeder, W. Walski, A. Schembre, J. Schulz. Row 4; D. Eiermann, 
L. Chukayne, R. Hommel, K. Johnson, M. Voase. 



192/Spirits 





AD CLUB 

Bracing the cold and windy night air, members of the 
Ad Club circulated programs throughout the bleach- 
ers at football games. Those who manned the ticket 
booth did a fantastic job of selling the tickets to the 
crowd of sports fans. Under the direction of Mr. 
Raicevich, the sales went smoothly throughout the 
year. For their loyality and work, they had the ad- 
vantage of seeing all home games free. With their 
help, the athletic department met the financial costs 
better this year. 



SENIORS: Row 1: Maria 
Draxler, Kim Krawczyszyn, 
Julie Szoleic, Carmie Tan- 
credi, Karen Aiaburda, Nora 
Dallos, Gail Suscheck. Row 
2: Kathy Mihelich, Denise 
Andrews, Gloria Petrick, 
Diane Barry, Laura Lick, Sue 
Samuel. Row 3; Lori Katz, 
Tory Neff, Beth Thompson, 
Debbie Petrich, Eileen Bus- 
iecker; Helen Pavlovic. 

SOPHOMORES AND JUN- 
IORS: Row 1: Sheri Petrich, 
Mary Rezonja, Jill Delaney, 
Laura Draxler, Lisa Vende- 
land, Nancy Heimsoth. Row 
2: Cindy Westlee, Pam Ad- 
kins, Kim Terrill, Julie 
Nagode, Rosie Nacinovich. 
Row 3: Lisa Wardeiner, Kathy 
Foreman, Cathy Suschak, 
Rina Bevacqua, Peggy Payne, 
Sue Jarmuszkiewicz, Janet 
Snyder, Laurie Oberaitis, 
Lisa Cerjan. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Angle Oberaitis, 
Cindy Vallee, Chris Patter- 
son, Karen Archacki, Donna 
Janes, Diane Nacinovich, Pat 
Paolucci, Chips Mullins, 
Karen Garapic, Veronica 
Terrill, Terri Smrdel, Candy 
Kavon. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

Varsity Cheerleaders: Clockwise, Laura Keyes Carla Santon, Diane 
Schulz, Karen Cooke, Kathie Martin, Ruth Jerome. 




194/Cheerleaders 



Left: Nancy Nemecek. Right: Mary Lou Ice. 












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SWIM LEADERS 

The talented people who were the 
right-arms of the swim teachers 
were the swim leaders. Their 
duties, among taking attendance, 
getting equipment needed, and 
conducting warm-up exercises, 
were teaching students the cor- 
rect way of swimming, diving, 
and just having fun in the water. 
These dedicated people who did- 
n't mind getting their hair wet 
were very appreciated in this 
year's swim program. 




Left to Right, Bottom Row: Nora Burke, Sandy Wintfe. Katie Kirchner, Kay Isbestor, Ellen Kast,. 
Debbie Reider. Second Row: Cheryl Frank, Suzanne Tckanic, Karen Halliday, Patty Hastings. 
Barb Moeller, Julie Skur, Donna Miller, Jane Battel. Third Row: Hannah Gleisser, Ann Shilander, 
Beth Laufer, Nancy French, Lisa Shieman, Kathy DeMarco. Row Four: Rich Galasko, Joe Con- 
nelly, Andy Rossman, Mark Seidel, Tom Appleton, Chris Black. Fifth Row: John Mullen, Eric 
Besselman, Todd Reese. Joe Bacchi, Joe Klein, Rick Horn. Not Pictured: Sandy Coulter, Sandy 
Eroskey, Dawn Glaser, Josie Jarc, Millie Jarc, Sue Meglich, Ivana Rozman, Pam Smith, Lisa 
Vendeland, Sue Voss, Laura Zebold, Robbie Wright, Carmen Weissfuss, Kathy Hutton, Pam 
Parker, Jackie Zorko, Debbie Zuzek, AInis Cers, Rich Ciotti, Scott Harmon, Victor Lent, Joe 
Mack, Tom Waschura, Jim Waschura, Nick Massieilo, Kevin O'Neil, Kevin Sidman, Bart Cerer, 
Joe Perpar. 





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WATER POLO 

Instead of riding liorses. this team 
rides trained dolphins, and provide 
an interesting contest at each en- 
gagement. Water Polo is a fast 
moving water sport, full of excite- 
ment, and the thrill of victory over 
the agony of defeat. They had a 
very successful year thanks to 
Coach Rodriguez. 




Top Row; Left to Right: John Mullen. Bob Clines, Andy Rossman, Greg Pyle. Pat Griesham- 
mer. Middle Row: Eugene Jaskiewicz, Joe Perpar, Eric Darcy. Bart Cerer, Doug Jones. Todd 
Reese. Front Row: Rick Horn, Terry Brennan, Mark Carney 






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G.A.A. 

G.A.A. represents Girls Athletic 
Association which consists of a 
female intramural sports club. 
They participate in many activi- 
ties such as basketball and volley- 
ball. Teamwork and personal sat- 
isfaction rank high in their list 
of achievements. 



Bottom Row. Left to Right: Kim Stegh, Janine Kato, Tammy Ware. Dawn Woodruff, Judy Bohn, 
Ellen Buck. Joanna Buck. Second Row: Ram Adkins, Kim Terrill, Debbie Carson, Laura Zebold. 
Sherri Orazim. Third Row: Monica Matthews, Toni Rowland, Sally Jakso, Josic Jarc, Millie Jarc, 
Keren Nainiger, Debbie Hegedus. Fourth Row: Martha Eyman, Diane Cavell, Vickie Chapman, 
Kathy Redone, Carol Hanson, Diane Fakult, Lori Breskvar, Christine Perryman. Fifth Row: Sue 
Meglich, Becky Deakin, Jan Slejko, Carrie Shuster, Linda Misch, JoAnne Bokar, Cathlccn Perry- 
man, Eileen Busdiecker. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Student Council, the voice of the student body and the 
pathway for student participation in school administra- 
tion, improved the communication between students and 
faculty this year by innovating new assembly procedures 
as well as morning announcements. Throughout the 
year the Student Council promoted school spirit with 
pep rallies. Homecoming and Winter Festival, and a 
student exchange among area schools. So that they 
might be effective listeners, a suggestion box was placed 
in the main hallway. From these suggestions. Council 
developed new programs for the entire student body. The 
efforts of Council were visualized most effectively with 
the refurbishing of the E-Room. 



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1. Top: Tory Neff, Treasurer; Nanette DiTomaso, Secretary; Bot- 
tom: Eric Jochum, Vice President; Bob Payne, President. 

2. Hey! Don't look so excited! 

3. Terri watches as the Three Stooges do their thing. 

4. Bob Payne, President. 






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Row 1: Darlene Harwood, Becky Tancredi, Kim Burrows, Kim Krawczyszyn, Carmie Tancredi, Nanette Di- 
Tomaso, Karen Alaburda, Donna James. Row 2: Eric Jochum, Sandy Valiis. Sharon Prileson, Donna Miller, 
Jack Downer, Angle Oberitis, Tory Neff, Laura Lick. Row 3: Cliff Kirchner, Nora Dallos, Kim Boka, Lori 
Thompson, Debbie Walerman, Kim Terrill, Beth Sawyer, Jim Daugherty, Donna Ellenbest. Row 4: Helen 
Pavlovic, Lori Katz, Gail Suscheck, Eva Parziele, Beth Stephens. Row 5: Bob Payne. Doric Tortorici, Helene 
Lusoski, Chuck Keay, Lisa Sibert, Nancy Nemecek, Dinah Grdina. 





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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 

Bottom Row: Eric Jochum, Tory 
Neff, Nanette DiTomaso, Bob 
Payne; Second Row: Lori Thomp- 
son, Nora Dallos, Laura Lick, Gail 
Suscheck; Third Row: Jim Daugh- 
erty. Cliff Kirchner, Beth Stevens. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Dr. Bergem. Peggy Eyman, Janet Baitt, Lori Evans. Carmic Tancrcdi, Nora Dallos, Debbie Carson. Diane Rebeck, Nora Burke, 
Norecn Brandich, Mike Maggio, Angic Obcraitis, Sue Samuel, Kathy Bolsar, Julie Szolck. Ruta Jakubauskas. Jenny Otcasck. 
Beth Thompson. Gail Suscheck, Diane Nacinovich, Jill Groudlc, Eileen Mayock, Laura Lick, Donna Janes, John Richards. Scott 
Spcroff, Chris Journey. Sandy Springborn, Cindy Pritchard, Sandy Eraltin, Helen Pavlovic, Donna Ellenbest. Karen Terrill, Sandy 
Vallec, Louise Spcr, Ellen Scsck, Carolyn Schmidt, Mary Holmes, Rick Horn. Pal Grieshammer, Karen Alaburda. Jack Downer, 
Mary Lou Ice, Tory Neff, Silvan Kuharich. Rick Janibor, Bob Clines. Bob Thomas. Frank Maire, Mike Thur, Steve Resar, Dave 
Webster, Curt Gasser, Jack Jesbcrger, Dave Poklar, Jim Rocdcr. Mike Bartok. John Planisck. Jeff West. Lori Kat/. Eileen Bus- 
diecker, Dave Henry, Keith Lockharl. Eugene Jaskicwicz, Dave Brown, Brian Raniona. 



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SENIOR 
CABINET 



First Row: Doug Jones, Carmie Tan- 
credi, Dave Brown; Second Row: Brian 
Ramona, Rick Jambor, Debbie Carson, 
Mike Bartok; Third Row: Nancy Nem- 
ecek, Laura Lick. Jeff West. 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 



First Row: Laura Draxler, Becky Tan- 
credi; Second Row: Sandy Kovacs, Kim 
Boka, Bev Pritchard, Nancy Samuel, 
Kerry Nelson. 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



First Row: Josie Jarc, Millie Jarc; Sec- 
ond Row: Jeanne Matuch, Barb Moel- 
ler, Cindy Orehek, Sue Meglich; Third 
Row: Svetlana Beros, Eileen Welton, 
Carol Hanson. Jeff Potokar 



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tures clockwise: 
J.V. Cheerleaders: 
Pam Whaling, Terri 
Baitt, Jill Hlabse, 
Laura Martin, Joann 
Motuza, Kerry Nel- 
son, Joanna Buccilli, 
Joan Potocnik. Ker- 
ry Nelson, Captain. 
Wrestling Cheer- 
leaders: Nancy Lom- 
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Middle group clock- 
wise from left, Deb- 
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Terrill, Nancy Tau- 
lien, Mary Jo Balazs, 
last group, Edith 
Stibinger and Dinah 
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PINK PANTHERS 

The Pink Panthers were a club of seamtresses who held 
the seams of Euclid's athletes together. They helped keep 
the uniforms looking sharp and in one piece. Their work 
behind the scenes was appreciated. 




Row 1: Louise Pardi, Chris Redman, Miss Zola, Sylvia Porvid, Beda Federici; Treasurer. Row 2: Pam 
Znidarsic; President, Palli Redman; Vice President, Chris Kucmanic, Denise Jordan. 



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WAI N A POLO 

No, this isn't a rare tropical disease. These maidens of the sea 
pride themselves on synchronized swimming and other difficult 
aquatic maneuvers. Their annual show gets more popular each 
year. Mr. Von Benken is lucky to be in charge of so many beauti- 
ful fishies at one time. 




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Row 1: Janet Young, Laura Kruger, Lora Hlabse, Ruth Jerome, Pam Smith, 
Laura Martin. Row 2: Jill Hlabse, Kim Krawczyszyn, Denise Andrews, 
Karen Cooke, Nora Burke. Laura Lick, Liliana Montejo, Mary Ellen Cooke, 
Debbi Reider. Row 3: Cheryl Morabito, Ann Schander, Shelly Miller, Han- 
nah Gleisser, Pam Parker, Nancy French, Cindy Orehek, Jane Palinkas, Jean 
Matuch, Holly King. Maureen Dickard. 




Officers top to bottom: Lora Hlabse, Denise Andrews, Laura Lie 
Nora Burke. 



204/WAI NAPOLO 



GYM LEADERS 

Gym leaders aid gym teachers in 
many ways, from attendance to run- 
ning errands. They demonstrate 
many skills, such as basketball, 
speed ball, volleyball, and shower- 
ing without getting their hair wet. 
They are a vital asset, and are 
appreciated by teachers and stu- 
dents alike. 




Row 1, L to R: Lori Breskvar, Diane Ortman, Mary D"Amico. JoAnne Bokar, Diane Barry. 
Row 2: Diane Ortman. Debbie Gawar. Judy Bohn, Jan Udovich. Row 3: Denise Staso. Cheryl 
Strah. Carrie Shuster, Kathy Rymarczyk, Barb Swansinger. Bev Pritchard. Row 4: Margie 
Rapes. Karen Rymarczyk. Lynn Swansinger, Joanna Buccilli 




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The 1977 Blue team regained the past dynasty this year by 

sliding past the Gold team 18-14 in the final minutes of the 

game. Blue's record is now 7-1 . Winter's early arrival and the 

muddy field plagued the girls, but the only thing dampened 

were bodies, not spirits. The efforts of all the coaches, 

committees, "cheerleaders" and "majorettes" provided an 

action-packed afternoon. Happiest of all was the class of '78, 

who made over $1,000; a figure yet unsurpassed. The money 

went toward the Senior Prom. 
Maureen Alaburda, Denise Andres, Lynn Badstibner, Diane Barry, 
Debbie Bernaci<i, Chris Blacic, Judy Blazun, Judy Bohn, Jo Ann Bokar, 
Kathy Braddock, Noreen Brandich, Barb Brod. Nora Burke, Kathy 
Burns, Eillen Busdeicker, Bonnie Cannavino, Debbie Carson, Linda 
Ciarcillo, Karen Collins, Karen Cooke, Marcie Eoons, Nora Dailos, 

Pattie Dietrich, Beth Dolter, Jack Downer, Maria Draxler, Gail Dudek, Pattie Dudly, Kim Duffy, Donna Ellenbest, Lori Evens, Peggy 
Euman, Helen Fabianich, Beda Federici, Jay Fondran, Cheryl Frank, Sandy, Frattin, Lyn Garapic, Curt Gasser, Lee Ann Glinski, Noreem 
Golden, Cathy Gorn, Dena Grosel, Jill Groudle, Darlene Harwood, Cindy Hass, Joe Hayes, Denise Hegedus, Dave Henry, Lora HIabse, 
Mary Holmes, Carol Holodniak, Mary Lou Ice, Lynn Indiano, Donna Janes, Mary Jankowski, Eugene -Jaskiewicz, Ruth Jerome, Robin 
Jokela, Patty Kastelic, Lori Katz, Karen Keller, Kim Krawczysyn, Laura Kruger, Mary Kuhen, Denise Lastoria, Chuck Limbert, Keith 
Lockhart, Nancy Long, Brenda Loraw, Chris Lusky, Donna Madison, Bererly Manzo, Kathy Martin, Margie McLaren, Theresa Melfi, 
Lisa Meyer, Kathy Mihelich, Karen Miller, Cheryl Morabito, Diane Nacinovich, Tory Neff, Nancy Nemecek, Laurie Niccum, Carol 
Novinc, Angle Oberaitis, Sally Orton, Eva Parziale, Helen Pavlovic, Tony Perko, Gloria Petrich, Lisa Petsantis, Be Petraska, Liana Phil- 
lips, Sharon Prileson, Cindy Pritchard, Laurie Pultorak, Brian Ramona, Beverly Ranson, Patty Redman, Marcy Reed, Jim Roeder, Lori 
Ross, Tom Rotondo, Cathie Rowe, Sharon Spatka, Beth Sawyer, Laura Scherbarth, Karen Schleimer, Sue Schuenemann, Betsy Schulte, 
Diane Schultz, Karen Schultz. Bernie Skur, Deanna Smith, Mary K.Snyder Louise Sper, Sandy Springborn, Beth Stephens, Kim Strunk, 
Gail Suschek, Barb Swansinger, Julie Szoiek, Carmie Tancredi, Karen Terrill, Veronica Terrill, Ellen D. Tortorici, Diane Trotta, Sandy 
Vallee, Cathy Vouhnout, Julie Voss, Chris Whaling, Janet Young, Pam Znidzrsic, Diane Rebeck, Robert Thomas, Nancy Pryatel, Beth 
Thompson. 



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The Blue Team. 




Powder Puff/207 



BANDS 

The Symphonic Woodwind Ensemble and the Concert Bands 
continued their trend of excellence this year in all their per- 
formances. Many hours of practice went into their concerts. 
They provided endless enjoyment with soothing or exciting 
music for their parents and fellow music lovers. Included in 
their programs this year were Sousa marches, "Chorus Line" 
by Marvin Hamlisch and a song by Robert Resseger. Mr. Sydow 
should be commended for another job well done. 

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1. Symphonic Percussion (Left to right) 
Feroiyn Powell, Tom Balazs, Eric Besscl- 
man. Rick Slovenic, Devin Wilson 2 
Symphonic Woodwinds (Left to right) 
Row 1: Don Malone, Mary Beth Hunger- 
ford, John Offerle Row 2: Robbie Rac'kar 
Leslie Johnson, Laurie Niccum, Louise 
Sper. Row 3: Nancy Pryatel, Mary Kay 
Joyce, Bob Morvaji, Laura Kessler, Steve 
Bell. Row 4: Lisa Schieman, Sue Bibler, 
Diane Rebeck, Kathy Foreman, Kathy 
Lemmon, Debbie Lewin, Dawn Woodruff. 
Row 5: John Emser, Bob Blevins, Diane 
Barry, Lori Katz. 




208/ Bands 




Symphonic Brasses (Left to right): 
Row 1: Jeff Hauser, Gary Saletril<. 
Herb Pawski, John Arnold. Row 2: 
Paul Klodor, Mike Hone, Dave Treich- 
ei, Brian Speece, Tom Galon. Row 3: 
Phil Srnik, Mark Gordon, John Man- 
sperger. Linda Francetic, Frank Dob- 
ler, Carl Krysiak. Not Pictured: Dave 
Kast, Dave Hershey, Bob Martin. 




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Trumpets: Dave Hershey, 
Mike Hone, Bryan Speece, 
Bob Penicka, Jeff Hauser, 
Paul Klodor. Drummers: Ken 
Johnson, Steve Kurrent. Saxo- 
phone: Ellen Sesek, Dave 
Kast, Don Malone, Bob Mar- 
tin, Jim McChancy, Mary Beth 
Hungerford. Trombones: Cary 
Johnson, Frank Dobler, Linda 
Francetic, John Mansberger. 
Tuba: Ron Fabec. Guitar; Steve 
Martin. Bass: Mark Lawyer. 
Piano: Terri Stupica, Lisa 
Gates, Louise Sper. Directed 
by Mr. Harry Hershey. 




ORCHESTRA 



Piano: Chris Dole. Row 1, left to right: 
Sandie Hastings, Lori Stevko, Mike 
Kupfer, Mr. Hutson. Row 2: Chris Salo- 
pek, Frank Insana, Mark Lawyer, Patricia 
Hastings. Row 3: Tom Wutchiett. Alan 
Rolik. Not Pictured: Jeff Lu. 



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CONCERT 
BAND 



1 Concert Band Percussion left 
to right, Tim Wright, Steve Kur- 
rent, Ken Johnson, John Rose, 
Tom Hink, Jim Tomsicl<, Keith 
Stumpf. 2. Concert Band Wood- 
winds left to right, bottom row 1. 
Maria Sajn, Ruthanne Kubik, 
Jackie Hall, Karen Miller. Row 2, 
Diane Reed, Linda Alaburda, 
Marcie Coons. Sally Jaksa Row 3. 
Mark Walters, Patty Drienka, 
Chris Tice, Sue Nemeth, Debbie 
Reider, Heidi Cerbin, Sharon 
Synk. Row 4. Don Knific, Dave 
McGraw, Alan Jones, Margie 
Stephens, Tami 
Stupica, Denise 
Madison, Christy 
5. Ted Fabec, 



West, Terri 

Szabo. Donna 

Horvath. Row 

Chuck Limbert, 



Scott Bratton Ed Petric, Jim 
McChancey, T.J. Theodore, Mark 
Juratovic, Mike Bradich, Jeff 
Shaefer Concert Band 
Brass, Row 1 . Ron 
Fabec, Bob Thompson, 
Doug Rawlings, Glenn 
Zerby. Row 2. David 
Mays, Chuck Penko, 
Janette Sparks Kelly 
Smith. Larry Down- 
ing Jim Choromanski, 
Row 3. Marty Tally, 
Bob Penicka, Brian 
Speroff, Mike Kobe, 
Dan Reichert, Tom 
Vitantonio. Bob Elze. 
Row 4. Greg Ander- 
sky, Paul Calabrese. 
Missing from pic- 
ture, Wende Tay- 
lor, Denise Skerl. 
Glenn Gregrich, Pat 
Taylor, Shawn Jus- 
tus, Jim Fratcher, 
David Zaiben, Frank 
Plesko, Tom Wright. 



Band/211 




EUCLID 
CHOIRS 

Euclid has three very talented choirs. 
They are Girls' Choir, Choral Masters 
and Varsity Chorale The first is com- 
posed of only girls. Chorale Masters is 
mixed, using selected voices. Varsity is a 
Swing Choir, using the best from both 
groups. They are the smallest and per- 
form pop songs. The choirs are directed 
by Mr. Sam Taylor, sometimes a diffi- 
cult task. 

VARSITY CHORALES MEMBERS: Sue 
Samuel, John Mullen, Kathy Martin, Jeff West, 
Karen Collins, Jeff Mavsar, Laura Kruger, 
Frank Maire, Beth Sawyer, Beth Stephens. Tony 
Perko, Laurie Niccum, Jack Downer, Mary 
Holmes, Bill Andrews, Laura Novosel, Dave 
Henry, Melody Musick, Chris Dole, Cheryl 
Frank, Rich Jambor, Judi Bohn, Joe Perpar. 



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Accompianist: Dave Brown 




CHORAL MASTERS 

CHORAL MASTERS CHOIR: Mimi Rezonja, Denise Andrews, Cindi Rhync, Joanna Buck. Kalic Kirchner, Donna Miller, Laura Lick. 
Pam Znidarsic Pam Adkins, Nancy Taulien, Lisa Cerjan, Patti Gibson, Bonnie Glovan, Lisa Vcndcland, Sue .larniuskiewicz. Robin Jokela. 
Ginnic Frederking. Rob Frank, Greg Savernik, Dan Weiss. Jim Podriznik, Jim Kisthardt, Jason Bailey, Brian Makse, Mario Pinjuh, Lou 
Singer, Steve Tanner, Joe Klein. David Eros. John Glovan. George Demyanick, Mark Seidel. Dennis Seidel Jim Waschura Not Pictured: 
Ruth Burger. Carolyn Davidson. John Glovan, Ellen Kast. Chuck Keay. Nick Massiello. Angle Oberaitis. Debbie Paul. Diane Penko, Jan 
Schimpf, Debby Shanks, Matt D'Amico. Scott Stanic, Ken Vaughan, Roberta Wright. 





GIRLS CHOIR 



GIRL'S CHORUS: Ann Masterson, Judy Hornung, Lisa Gates, Laura Seleman, Diane Cibritc. Cindy Downie, Mary Jo Hulin, Linda 
Sauerman, Laurie Maione, Beth Cover, Joanna Young, Donna Kiemcncic, Gcorgenc Kormos, Barb Moeller, Linda Hansen, Jeanne 
Matuch, Pam Parker, Beth Laufer. Rosemary Suiicowski, Renee Hall Laura Martin. Diana Watson, Cathy Pedone Sara Miller, Lisa Ward- 
ener, Debbie Zuzek, Dorothy Finneley, Beth Black, Sharon Holland, Rose Ann Divincenzo, Lisa Andrews, Diane Perusek, Darlene Bow- 
ins, Debbie Cup, Meg Clements, Johnna Cook, Patty Dolsen, Anne Shilander, Renee Osborne, Ruth Hommel, Jackie Schuiz, Janet 
Phillips, Sherri Orazem, Lee Ann Ecker, Amy Arnold, Kathy Templar, Raren Johnson, Denise Eiermann, Diane Cavell, Julie Otcasek, 
Patty Roberts, Nancy Nordman Niki lafelicc, Debbie Hegedus, Patty Schultz. Cindy Woide, Julie Dimitrov, Laurie Norton, Mary Ellen 
Marks, Rose Bene, Lisa Propst, Angle Dombrosky, Lee Tanner Eileen Wclton, Colette Toth, Svetlana Beros, Ellen Buck Not Shown: 
Laura Bennett, Deanna Brzozowski, Laura Chukayne, Gina Giallombardo, Debbie Grubb, Cindy Just, Terri Lowar, Mary Moses, Susan 
Nunnally Susan Pahle, Kelly Sivert, Cindy Vallee, Karen Wonderly. 





214 




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THANKS MR. 'T' 

After 31 years of fine teaching excellence, Mr. 
Samuel Taylor, director of Euclid's choirs, has de- 
cided to retire. In his many years of service to the 
Euclid school system, he has accomplished things 
that will remain unsurpassed in the annals of time. 
Some of these efforts include the many choir trips 
to various countries of the world, as well as the 
United States. Mr. Taylor has spread his cheer and 
vitality to such places as Mexico, Florida and 
Europe, just to name a few. His happiness was 
shared with the audience as well as the performers 
in the many concerts at school and other places 
throughout the Euclid vicinity. Although he will be 
gone, his past achievements and his spirit will never 
be forgotten. All of his friends, collegues and choir 
members would like to wish him the best of wishes 
on his retirement, and Good Luck in the years to 
come. Goodbye Mr. Taylor, We'll miss you! 









DON'T DRINK 
THE WATER 




216/Fall Play 






Father Drobney Ken Powell 

Ambassador Macgee Dave Eros 

Ms. Kilroy Judy Garrett 

Axel Magee Steve Bell 

Marion Hollander Julie Szoiek 

Walter Hollander Steve Bour 

Susan Hollander Julie Nagode 

Krojak Mike Wilson 

Mrs. Burns Sandy Hastings 

Cook Jan Schimpf 

Sultan of Bashir Jack Jesberger 

Sultan's First Wife Jackie Morabito 

Kasnar Dave Brown 

Countess Bordoni Ruth Berger 

Guard Jim Bour 



This year's Fall Play was cn- 
lilled "Don't Drink the Water", 
originall) directed by Woody 
Allen. It is a comedy about an 
American family on vacation 
in Russia who arc suspected 
as spies, and seek shelter in the 
U.S. Embassy. There they en- 
counter a priest who thinks he 
is Houdini and a down-heartened 
young man who does everything 
wrong. He eventually does a 
brilliant task by helping the 
family out of the country 
through the underground. One 
comes away from the play won- 
dering, "What does the title 
have to do with the play?" The 
answer: Absolutely nothing. 



On Feburary 23, 24, and 25, audiences were entertained by four 
in one; an Evening of one act plays, making up this year's Winter 
Play. This collection of plays had something for everyone. 

"Werewolf," the first play, humorously showed the problems 
of a timid, shy man with a domineering wife and mother, who 
goes to see a psychiatrist. He thinks he's a werewolf. 

"The Summer People" was a chilling tale about an elderly 
couple who decide to stay at their summer cottage with deadly 
results. 

"Why I Am a Bachelor" was humorous lecture which pointed 
out the before and after stages of a courtship and marraige. 

"Egad! What A Cad!" is an old time melodrama complete with 
a villain and a heroine, and of course, a hero. 

Special thanks should be given to the many people behind the 
scene who, without their help, would not have made the play 
possible. Thank You to the Stage Crew of Jack Jesberger, Sandie 
Hastings, and Cheryl Morabito; The Lighting Crew of Eric 
Hanson, Ed Filby, and Doug Hodakievic; and Student Director 
Rarer Keller. 





CAST 

WERFAVOLF 

Doctor Ken Powell 

Harold Worley Mike Wilson 

Lovey Laura Novosel 

Mumsey Cheryl Frank 

THE SLIMMER PEOPLE 

Janet Allison Judy Garrett 

Robert Allison David Eros 

Mrs. Larkind Jan Schimpf 

Mr. Babcock Chuck Keay 

Tilda Babcock Laura Kessler 

Mr. W'alpole Steve Bour 

WHY I AM A BACHELOR 

Lecturer Ken Powell 

.Algernon Jim Bour 

Henrietta Lisa Meyer, Mary Ann Mikovich 

Henrietta's Mother Cheryl Frank 

Aunt Emma Laura Novosel 

Ida May Jackie Morabito 

EGAD, WHAT A CAD 

Llrusula Greystone Kathy Burns 

Fowler Jan Schmipf 

Augustus Greystone David Eros 

Constant Hope Julie Nagode 

Manly Rash Steve Bell 

Bertram Oleander Steve Bour 

Millie Smith Jackie Morabito 

Piano Player Cheryl Morabito 




Audio Aides Left To Right: Mike Kupfer, Mr. Staines, Doug Hodaicievic, Frank Ulizzi. 



AUDIO AIDES 

The audio aides combine their efforts 
to combat most any sound difficulty 
imaginable. They run communi- 
cations, eliminating any feedback as 
well as other important jobs during 
concerts, assemblies and plays. 
Audiences would have to turn up their 
hearing aides to listen to performances 
without these students. 




Red Cross Front Row L to R: Darlene Harwood, President; Bev Ranson, Jcanette 
Sparks, Mary kay Joyce, Chuck Keay. Back Row L to R: Cheryl Smith, Vice 
President; Nancy Pryatel; Sandy Vallee, Secretary/Treasurer; Mark Seidel; Jan 
Stanek; Sue Cowling; Jan Udovich; Karen Brentar; Claudia McChancy, Dawn 
Dureiho. Missing, Mary Kosovich. 



RED CROSS 

Philanthropic students in Euclid gave their time and unselfish aid this 
year to the Red Cross and Bloodmobiles in Euclid's community. They 
sponsored various fund raising activities during the year to help 
organizations. They practiced lifesaving techniques and learned how 
not to faint at the sight of blood. 



220/ Audio Aides/Red Cross 





STUDENT STORE 

Personnel employed in this de- 
partment provide fellow stu- 
dents with everything from 
Certs to pencils. They open in 
the morning and do business 
between periods. They also 
have enough pantyhose to 
clothe an army, an army of 
girls that is! 



Supply Store Front Row: Lee Tan- 
ner, Steve Tanner. Back Row: 
Richard Norton, Lisa Schieman, 
Dave Harth, Larry Kern, Not Pict- 
ured: Rose Burrington, Sue Tlr- 
watzki, Stu Thompson, Ed Szabrak, 
Sharon Harth, Karen Naniger. 



EUCLID OUTDOORS CLUB 

Nature lovers can enjoy the many out- 
door activities while preserving wilder- 
ness areas in the Euclid Outdoors 
Club. Their projects are beneficial to 
Nature and mankind. Despite rumors, 
their favorite pasttimes do not include 
Hide-and-Seek or Search for the miss- 
ing Buffalo. 



Euclid Outdoors Club Front Row: Jim Hug, 
Doug Hodakievic. Back Row: Joe Klein, Bill 
Mack, Mr. Soltesz, Joe Mack. Not Pictured: 
Tom Appleton, Mark Brunelle, Laura Dalton, 
Mike Glaser, John Mullen, Dave Seidel, 
Kevin Sidman. 



Student Store/Euclid Outdoors Club/221 



PINOCHLE 

A few select students have the chance to play Pi- 
nochle and show their superiority to their teach- 
er. These students meet Tuesdays to engage their 
wits in this fascinating card game. They master 
their Pinochle skills by having fun with class- 
mates and teachers. 



Counter Clockwise: Elise Delambo, Lori DcLambo, Mr. 
Sallach, Meg Clements. 



METAL 
SCULPTURE 

In the industrial section of the school a eroup of 
imaginative and artistic students solder their ide- 
as together. These students learn to work with 
metals to create a new form of art under the di- 
rection of Mr. Germock. When they finish, their 
creations prove their skill to form an illusion with 
metal. 

Row 1; Cheryl Twoey. Wendy Cerbin, Mr. Germock. 
Row 2: Bev Ranson, Janet Brace, Gloria Hocevar, Joanna 
Buck. 



222/Pinocle/Metal Sculpture 





RADIO CLUB 

Never say that the High School does not have any hams. They 
can be found in the Radio room and heard on the radio as 
WA8ZGE. Through the supervsion of Mr. Reno and Mr. 
Hungerford, these students can work for their amateur li- 
cense. This year, the club has talked to people from Salt Lake 
City, Canary and Windward Island, and Hawaii. They 
learned much about the radio and of other countries. 

Row 1: Dave Bokor, WB8ZQG; Manny "Hank" Scanlan, WD8BQO 
Vice President, Mark Gordon. Row 2: Jeff Clark, WD8ALG President; 
Charles Reno, WA8WKQ. Absent, Mr, Hungerford, WB8BHC; Mike 
Kulbickas, WD8EDM; Kevin Halberg, WD8EAB. 



DEBATE 
CLUB 

Controversial issues arise within 
a team, but in the Debate Club, 
these students do not use brute 
force. The teammates study the 
pros and cons of recent occur- 
rences and compete against other 
schools. This year, the club de- 
veloped its skill of polemics 
through discussions about medi- 
cal care. Their skills of logic were 
strengthened through persuasive 
and deductive reasoning. 



Row L: Tammy Ware, Robbie Rackar, Sandy Morgan, Sandie Hastings. Row 2: Bob Krenisky, Jeff 
Hauser, Sharon Synk, Jackie Zorko, John Kalka, Ms. McLaughlin. Not Pictured: Julie Fifik, Bob 
Blevins, Rich Jambor, Jack Downer, Ron Bork, Chuck Keay. 



Radio/Debate/223 



AFS 



"Walk together, talk together all ye people of the 
earth, for then and only then shall we have peace." 
A.F.S. (American Field Service) is an active club that 
sends students abroad to experience other cultures and 
gives foreign students a chance to live in the United 
States. The members of A.F.S. contribute money to 
pay the expenses of the exchange students and have a 
good time doing it. There are also exchanges within 
the different school systems in the Cleveland area. 
Some of the major money-making projects are a can- 
dy sale at Christmas, a dance, and the A.F.S. Rock-a- 
thon. A.F.S. is a great way to get to know more about 
people in other countries, as well as people in one's 
own country. 





1. President Lisa Meyer. Not 
pictured. Vice President, Glor- 
ia Petrick, Secretary, Jan 
Schimpf, Treasurer, Jim Pod- 
riznik. 

2. Liliana Montejo and Sue 
Bibler. Liliana is staying with 
the Biblers. 

3. Mrs. Cowan and Liliana. 

4. Row 1; Top right, Mary 
Ann Mikovich, Jim Rossman, 
Ken Powell, Jim Bour, Gin- 
ny Frederking, Steve Bour, 
Cheryl Morabito, Row 2: 
Jackie Morabito, Meg Clem- 
ents, Martha Eyman, Jackie 
Mason, Noreen Walters, 
Diane Micale, Karen Keller, 
Marcie Coons, Kathy Gorn. 
Row 3: Gloria Petrick, Lisa 
Meyer, Liliana Montejo, Sue 
Bibler, Jan Schimpf, Jim Pod- 
riznik. 



224/AFS 




EUCUYO 

EUCUYO, Euclid High School's literary 
magazine, is published annually. Stu- 
dents contribute poems, plays, stories 
and art work. These projects are sub- 
mitted to the staff who select the best 
works and then they arrange these contri- 
butions into a booklet that is sold to the 
student body. As students share their 
ideas in literary and various art forms, 
these aspiring authors and artists are en- 
couraged to continue their talent. 







Mr. Henderson in his usual pose. 



Jan Schimpf lost her head over the EUCUYO. 




1. Assistant editor, Cathie Santa; Editor, Jan Schimpf; Art edi- 
tor, Cheryl Morabito; Poetry editor, Ken Powell; Short Story edi- 
tor, Lisa Meyer. 

2. Front Row: Jan Schimpf, Cathie Santa, Andrea Buanno. Back 
Row: Cheryl Morabito, Mr. Henderson, Jim Podriznik, Sharon 
Prileson. Not Pictured: Lisa Meyer, Ken Powell, Karen Keller, 
Darlene Harwood, Delores Paparizos, Mrs. Cowan. 



Eucuyo/225 



KEY CLUB 

Key Club is a civic-minded group 
that has been in existence for a 
long time. They are readily involved 
in community activities, and help 
out worthy groups in the neighbor- 
hood. Each year they sponser candy 
sales, dances, and other fund rais- 
ing events in school. This year 
marked the introduction of the 
Keycttes, the female members of 
the group. 





1. Officers: left to right: Sandy Kovacs, secretary; Paul Klodor, 
Treasurer; John Kali<a, Second Vice President; Dwane Stelmach, 
Lieutenant Governor. Not pictured: Jim Gaydosh, First Vice 
President. 2. President, Bob Payne. 3. Row 1. Mary Drake, Mary 
Ellen Marks, Dan Himmelman. Row 2. Bob Zagore, Sandy Ko- 
vacs, Paul Klodor. Row 3. Doug Sebusch, Bob Payne, Mr. Heramb. 
Row 4. Jackie Zorko, Duane Foy. Joe Mersnik. Row 5. John Kalka, 
John Kovalec. Row 6. Chuck Keay, Scott Ullman, Jim Millar. 
4. Row 1. Helene Lusoski, Teresa Kuklica. Row 2. Jim Simeo, 
Craig Hasegawa, Bill Hanlon, Bob Krome. Row 3. Ted Radisek, 
Dan Weiss. Row 4. Frank Ulizzi, Dave Carbone, Dale Stelmach. 
Row 5. Tom Katcher, Mike Kupfer. Jim Gaydosh, Dwayne 
Stelmach. 



226/Key Club 





AV AIDES 

The members of this group have a 
very important job. They provide 
us. the students, with a break in 
the monotony of the classroom by 
delivering projectors and over-heads 
to show movies and transparencies. 
They also tape all sports events en- 
abling coaches to see mistakes. These 
men are an asset to the educational 
and entertaining aspects of visual 
learning in the classroom. 



Row 1. Steve Bell. Frank Ulizzi. Joe Klein, 
Jeff Sanlon. Row 2. Mark Limbert, Doug 
Hodakievic. John Grabits. Row 3. Rich Lisko, 
Chuck Limbert, Mike Chapman. Behind 
the camera, Eric Hanson. 





LIBRARY 
PAGES 

Library Aids assist the already 
heavily burdened librarians with 
their chores. They do such in- 
teresting things as filing, book 
sorting, and reshelving. They also 
wander through the many volumes 
in search of that engrossing novel 
that you "just couldn't find" by 
yourself. 

Row I. Peggy Eyman, Maria Sajn, Karen 
Miller, Elaine Ayers. Row 2. Sharon Synk, 
Robbie Rackar, Ed Champa, Rich Norton, 
Not pictured; Terry Lohrey, Shirley 
Finnic, Diane Horton, Laura Scherbarth, 
Janet Baitt. 

AV Aides/Library Pages/227 



SURVEY IQS 

Survey Quill and Scroll, Front: Marc Freedman. 
Row I: Linda Francetic, Andrea Buanno, Arthur 
Buanno, Greg Schalk, Eric Hanson. Row 2: Car- 
ol Hanson, Lee Ann Gilinski, Michelle Jamnik, 
Veronica Terrill, Judy Blazun, Helen Fabianich. 
Not Pictured: Steve Bell, Mike DeCapite, Lori 
Thompson. Jackie Zorko, Claudia McChancy, 
Donny Furman. 



EUCYO IQS 

Eucyo Quill and Scroll, Jim Podriznic, 
Andrea Buanno, Cathie Santa, Jan 
Schimpf, Karen Keller, Cheryl Mora- 
bito. Not Pictured: Delores Paparizos. 



228/IQS 




EUCLIDI 
IQS 

Euclidian Quill and Scrol 
Row 1: Eric Hanson, Diane 
Rebeck, Gloria Petrick, 
Rob Frank, Jim Millar, 
Jim Simeo. Row 2: Cheryl 
Petrick, Debbie Carson, 
Peggy Eyman, Hannah 
Gieisser, Jackie Mihelcic, 
Beth Stephens, Beth Saw- 
yer. Not Pictured: Eva 
Parziale, Doric Tortorici, 
Cheryl Frank. 




IQS/229 




SCIENCE 
SEMINAR 

Science Seminar provides an opportunity 
for students interested in the science to meet 
people who are knowledgeable in the field 
fo science. Under the direction of Mrs. Lu- 
cas, they can learn about anything from 
lasers to astonomy. People involved in in- 
dustry or universities lecture, and this year 
the members have visited Warner-Suasy 
Observatory, NASA, Chase Brass and 
Copper and Lubrizol. 




Top picture: Front Row: Mrs. Lucas. 
Greg Schalk, Jeff Lu, Back Row, 
Craig Hasagaua, Bev Ranson, Deb- 
bie Lewin, Ann Zak. Not Pictured: 
Joanne Klapacki, Dave Seidel, 
Mario Periziek, Joe Heibae, Chris 
Horvath, Maria Sajn, Kevin Ha- 
brig, Mike Kupfer, Leslie Otcasek, 
Sue Bibler, Arthur Buanno. 




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230/Science Seminar 



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SKI CLUB 

Ski Club represents Euclid's amatuer stu- 
dents. They enjoy one evening a week skiing 
at nearby slopes. All enjoy the spills, chills, 
and thrills of skiing. They are the only people 
who benefit from our blizzards. 





Connie Austin, Elaine Ayers, Connie Bell, 
Janet Bork. Karen Brentar. Judy Blazun, 
Brian Campbell, Ken Darash, Bob DePal- 
ma, Mary Ellen Erne, Sandy Frank, Pete 
Hadzima, Jeff Hogan, James Jay, Sharon 
Knack. Mike MacDermott, Tami Meany, 
Karen Miller, Denise Myers, Donna Pinto, 
Dan Richert, Patty Roeder, Gregor Saver- 
nik, Wende Taylor, Joanna Thomas, Tam- 
my White, Ann Zak, Ken Bernacki, Carol 
Blasko, Kathy Bolsar, Alnis Cers, Calvis 
Cers, Bill Chambers, John Christiansen, 
Monique Coyne, Rosie DeMattie, Jess Di- 
Rando. Rob Frank, Rich Galaska,Lee Ann 
Glinski, Jill Groudle, Dan Guarino, Kathie 
Hutton, Joe Klein, Mary Kosovich, Dawn 
Krause, Kim Krawczyszyn, Laura Lick, 
Eileen Mayock, Marilyn Mechle, Tim 
Mocny, John Mullen, Tom Mullen, Janet 
Nickels, Cindy Orehek, Dave O'Toole, 
Ken Powell, Chris Rolik, Nancy Samuel, 
Sue Samuel, Carolyn Schmidt, Donata 
Schulz, J.D. Stump, Gail Suscheck, Julie 
Szolek, Dave Thomas, Veronica Terrill, 



Pam Urquhart, Jim Waschura, Tom Waschura, Kel Wilber, 
Doug Ayers, Lynn Badstibner, Jim Bour, Steve Bour, 
Noreen Brandich, Mike Campbell, Jackie Carisani, Rich 
Ciotti, Tom Deemer, Patti Dudley, Jim Gaydosh, Laura 
Griffis, Scott Harmon, .lustin Hornung, Dave Ice, Ellen 
Kessler, Evelyn Kohler, Silvan Kuharich, Lori Laukiavich, 
Mike Maggin, Debra Meister, Sandra Morgar, John Offerle, 
Bob Petsche, Dave Pysell, Karen Schultz, Jeff Szolek, Pat 
Taylor, Kay Troth, Tami West, Mike Wilson, Pat Young. 



Ski Club/231 



SURVEY 

The hottest rivalry, except the one bet- 
ween Euclid and St. Joe's, is the one 
that exists between the Survey and the 
Euclidian. Affectionately called the 
"Scurvey," it is published six times a 
year in the form of a magazine. It dis- 
cusses school news and articles of inte- 
rest. Talented journalists print news 
for the benefit of the students and 
supply the paper free. They are always 
in hot pursuit of the Euclidian staff for 
the number one position in journalism, 
and come close very often. Kidding 
aside, the Survey and it editors do a 
great job and are greatly appreciated 
and respected by all, even the Eucli- 
dian staff. 

Survey Editorial Staff: Row 1: Marc Freed- 
man, Judy Biazun, Liliana Montego. Helen 
Fabianich, Mike DeCapite, Arthur Buanno, 
David Zalben. Row 2: Carol Hanson, Robbie 
Rackar, Andrea Buanno, Row 3: Linda Fran- 
cetic, Jackie Zorko, Patty Purvis. Row 4: 
Sabrina Martinak, Sue Nemeth, Sue Bibler, 
Lisa Gates. Row 5: Ron Kotar, Svetlana 
Beros, Debbie Waterman. Row 6: Lor! 
Thompson, Greg Schalk. Not Pictured: Deb- 
bie Petrich, Scott Wright, Steve Bell, Donna 
Furman, Claudia McChancy, Eric Hanson, 
Debi Lewin, Julie Skur. 





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232/Survey 





Survey Business members, 
Left To Right: Veronica Ter- 
riil. Business Manager; 
Michelle Jamniic, Secretary; 
Debbie Kaufman. Not 
Pictured: Vicky Chapman, 
Treasurer, Cindy Haney, Asst. 
Business Manager; Celia 
Schulek, Debbie Kaufman, 
Ellen Kast, Mary Kay Joyce, 
LeeAnn Glinski, Marge Papes. 




Survey/233 



EUCLIDIAN 



The members of the EUCLIDIAN are dedicated to deadlines or so it 
seemed this year! Sometimes they caught up with the dates in the nici< 
of time and though there was always something to worry about, they 
all kept their spirit up. The production of the book and seeing it in its 
final form, was the reward of their work. They learned how to make a 
book and lay out pages during week-end or summer workshops. Mr. 
Dickinson and Mr. Hall sponsored the club but they were quite inde- 
pendent in designing the book. Each person had a different job, from 
selling the yearbooks to students to selling advertising to businesses. 
The staff hopes their efforts are enjoyed by its supporters and hopes 
the yearbook staffs of the future have much fun and luck. 





Euclidian members Row 1 from bottom to top: 
Rob Frank, Cheryl Frank, Jackie Mihelcic, 
Kathy De Marco, Linda Francetic. Row 2: Eric 
Hanson, Dave Henry, Sue Nemeth, Patty Pur- 
vis, Chris Tice. Row 3: Debbie Carson, Diane 
Rebeck, Lynn Badstibner, Hannah Gleisser, Sue 
Bibler. Not Pictured: Patti Akiba, Svetlana 
Beros, Noreen Brandich, Joanna Buck, Nora 
Burke, George Demyanchik, Martha Eyman, 
Peggy Eyman, Lynn Garapic, Carol Hanson, 
Carol Hoiodniak, Amy Johnson, Joanne Kie- 
packi, Evelyn Kohler, Georgene Kormos, Kelly 
Kozak, Lori Laukiavich, Debi Lewin, Brenda 
Loraw, Sabrina Martinak, Jim Millar, Barb 
Moeller, Jackie Morabito, Jan Neumann, Eva 
Parziale, Cheryl Petrick, Gloria Petrick, Marcy 
Reed, Cindi Rhyne, Sue Roeder, Toni Rowland, 
Beth Sawyer, Gerri Schimes, Ellen Sesek, Debbie 
Shanks, Jim Simeo, Louise Sper, Beth Stephens, 
Lori Stevko, Chris Tice, Doric Tortorici, Diane 
Trotta, Vickie Varkett, Eileen Welton. 




Advisors: Mr. Hall & Mr. Dickinson 



234/Euclidian 







Euclidian/235 



EUCLIDIAN 
EDITORS 




236/Euclidian Editors 



Euclidian Editors; top. left to right: Editor-in-Chief, Chervl Frank. Head 
Photographer, Eric Hanson. 




Left; Activities Editor, Diane Rebeck, Senior Editor, Gloria Petrick. 



Euclidian Editors/237 



WINTER 
FESTIVAL 

Euclid's cold and snowy white winter was warmed by the annual Win- 
ter Festival. The theme was Las Vegas and the couples attending the 
dance saw the E-Room decorated in Casino like style with Black-jack 
tables. Dancing to the beat of the band Crossfire, the Queen and her 
court danced throught the night. The couples enjoyed the atmosphere 
and the music. 





238/Winter Festival- 




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Winter Festival Queens/241 



Swim Timers: Row 1: Joe 
Conelly, Nora Burlce. Row 
2: Carolyn Herbst, Diane 
Rebeci<, Debbie Carson, 
Gloria Petrick. Row 3: Lisa 
Schieman, Julie Petrella, 
Elise DeLambo. Row 4: 
Donata Schulz, Pam 
Urquehart, Donna Miller, 
Chris Salapeh. Row 5: 
Sandy Coulter, Jane 
Bartel, Debbie Waterman, 
Louise Pardi. Row 6: 
Lori Thompson, Lisa 
Tekancic, Rosi Nacino- 
vich, Nancy French, Chris 
Redman. 






Wrestling Aides Row 1: Karen Walters, Jackie Schultz, Ruth Hummel. Row 2: Dawn 
Glaser, Kim Burrows, Sue Leonhart, Lori Zitkovich. Row 3: Denise Andrews, Sandy 
Coulter, Cheryl Petrick, Beth Laufer, Rose Marie Sulkowski. Row 4: Kathy Mihelich, 
Sue Jarmuszkiecz, Gloria Petrick, Nora Dallos, Laura Chukayne, Denise Eireman. Not 
Pictured: Sharon Prielson, Angle Oberaitis. 




Soccer Aides: Clockwise, Beda Federici, Denise Jordan, Linda 
Somrak. 



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SPORTS AIDES 



Football Aides: Lori Thompson, Paula Kardos, Debbie Watterman, 
Kathy Timmins, Colen Sternz, Dinah Grdina, Nanette D'tomaso, 
Pam Parker. Below, Track Aides. 





LETTERMEN 

The Letterman Club is a group of 
young atheletes, not only acceling in 
sports but also work for top grades. 
They have spirit and enthusiasm in all 
they do for the school. 



Sports Aides/243 



N.H.S. 



The National Honor Society honors students of 
high academic achievement and outstanding 
character. The organization has been in exist- 
ence over the years to encourage high scholar- 
ship and character. These students are involved 
in extra- curricular activities and service or- 
ganizations in their school and community, as 
well as academic courses. This year the N.H.S. 
has been disbanded; therefore, the Seniors pic- 
tured here became members last year. At the 
present time, they are the last members of the 
National Honor Society. 

Lynn Badstibner, Mike Bartok, Judy Blazun, Kathy Bol- 
sar, Judy Bohn, Lynn Borzi, Steve Bour, Jim Bradshaw, 
Eileen Busdiecker, Debbie Carson, Karen Cooke, Jim 
Daugherty, Frank Dobier, Chris Dole, Jack Downer, 
Maria Draxier, Vicky Dubecky, Donna Ellenbest, Peggy 
Eyman, Helen Fabianich, Beda Federici, Nancy Fiisinger, 
Cheryl Frank, Ed Franko, Marc Freedman, Lynn Gara- 
pic, Judy Garrett, Lee Glinski, Johp Glovan, Jack Gregor- 
in, Jeff Hauser, Dave Henry, Lora Hlabse, Mary Lou 
Ice, Rick Jambor, Ruth Jerome, Charlie Kapec, Paula 
Kardos, Lori Katz, Karen Keller, Joanne Klepacki, Eve- 
lyn Kohler, Kim Krawczyszyn, Stefanie Krofina, Teresa 
Kuklica, Tina Kuklica, Larua Lick, Keith Lockhart, 
George Mazzaro, Teresa Melfi, Lisa Meyer, Diane Mi- 
cale, Kathy Mihelich, Cheryl Morabito. Nancy Nemecek, 
Angle Oberaitis, Laura Ogden, Scott Parker, Eva Par- 
ziale, Bea Petraska, Debbie Petrich, Gloria Petrick, Ken 
Powell, Nancy Pryatel, Diane Rebeck, Marcie Reed, San- 
dy Reed, Jim Roeder, Lynn Sample, Laura Scherbarth, 
Jan Schimpf, Ellen Sesek, Phil Setnik, Sally Sidak, Bryan 
Speece, Louise Sper, Gail Suscheck, Julie Szolek, Bob 
Thomas, Beth Thompson, Jeff West, Debra Williams, 
Denis Wolowiecki, Dawn C. Woodruff, Lynn Wutchiett. 




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HORSEMANSHIP CLUB 




SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 




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Junior Clerk Typists Back Row Left to Right: Mary Znidarsic, Cathy Phillips, Sandy Caulter, 
Angel Toiga, Joanne Buccilli, Carla Santon, Dianna Nasse, Front Row Left to Right: Noreen 
Raggets, Monica Mews. Missy Bifree, Kathy Bregy, Bernie Di Santa. Not Pictured: Jeannette 
Geddes, Angel Belcastra, Linda Lang. 



CLERK TYPISTS 

The purpose of the Clerk Typists Club 
is to develop leadership abilities through 
participation in vocational education 
and civic, recreational, and social ac- 
tivities. The students plan together, or- 
ganize, and carry out worthy activities 
through the use of the democratic 
process. The club fosters practica 
application of business and office educa 
tion through competition. 



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Officers of the Junior 
Clerk Typists: Cathy Phil- 
lips, President; Sandy Cau 
ter. Secretary; Angela Toi- 
ga, Treasurer; Joanna Buc- 
cilli, Parliamentarian; not 
pictured, Jeannette Gid- 
der. Vice President; Ange 
Belcastro, Historian. Sen- 
ior Vocational Clerk Typ- 
ists, Back Row, Left to 
Right; Belly Craig, Ruth 
Jerome, Patti Redman, his- 
torian, Beverly Manzo, Vice 
president, Linda McLaugh- 
lin, Royene Trunkely. 
Front Row; Karen Terri 
Parlimentarian, JoAnn 
Michaels, treasurer, Rula 
Jackabauskas, President, 
Karen Knaus, secretary. 
Not Pictured: Lisa Pem- 
berton, Dcbi Downing. 




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VOCATIONAL ART 

Vocational Art Classes are proud of their fine accomplishments, 
including year round displays in the cross-corridor, and the out- 
side showcase. Thanks to this organization, the 1978 EUCLI- 
DIAN has an original cover designed by a student. The students 
learn the skills needed for commercial art. By the end of this 
course, the students will master the skills of dot-to-dot and color 
by number! 

1 . Junior Vocational Art, Left to Right: Mr. Patton, Jan Gilbert. Greg Pecnick, 
Terri Stouffer. Sharon Solosky, Nancy Samuel, Jill Harich. Tina Schembre, 
Koren Hamula, Diane Grazizno, Pat Young, Becky Miller, Tim Kirker, Karen 
Rossi, Cathy Suschak, Sandy Erosky, Eugene Matrzney, Mitch Stefana 2. 
Senior Vocational Art, Row 1 Left to Right: Mr. Patton, Carl Beckwith, Brian 
Nicholls, Kathy Bolsar, Karen Karlan, Mary Jankowski, Mike Wilson, Lori 
Lipton, Kate Jacobs. Row 2: Wayne Buza, Armand Boschi, Gary Uhas, Sharon 
Oyoski, Karen Schultz, Marilyn Lokar, Lisa Turk, Mary Beth Delehanty. Not 
Pictured: Cindi Swart, Dave Washbon, Carol Baur, John Meheli. 





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C.O.E. 



Fortunate are the group of 
students involved in C.O.E. 
who attend school only half 
a day and earn money by 
working the other half. 
Cooperative Office Educa- 
tion, as it is called, prepares 
students for the hungry 
business world. Concerned, 
Organized and Enthused 
best describes this group. 





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1. Left to right: Amy Johnson; Fund 
Raising Chairman, Karen Preston; 
Vice President, Krystai Kent; Audi- 
tor, Denise Berzin; President, Laura 
Petkovseic; Treasurer, Rita Haney; 
Historian, Carol Balsko; Parhamen- 
tarian, Marlene Capiccioni; Secre- 
tary, Corrie Lesefky; Social Chair- 
man, Sue Phillips; Fund Raising Co- 
Chairman. 2. Row 1: Brenda Loraw, 
Pam Gonas, Debi Sadowki, Goronka 
Zupanovic, Corrine Randolph. Row 
2: Beth Madorsky Row 3: Janice 
Markhan, Cheryl Lantz, Debbie Fos- 
ter, Donna Johnston, Sally Sidak. 
Row 4: Eileen Imler, Maureen Click, 
Sally Stalker. 3. Debi Sadowski; 
President, Brenda Loraw; Vice Presi- 
dent, Pam Gonas; Secretary, Beth 
Madorsky; Treasurer. 
4. Left to Right: Christine Jelenic, 
Kathleen Rowe, Virlyn Covington, 
Roberta Finneley, Teresa Collins, 
Mary Helen Zele, Gloria Gadmack, 
Sharon Swaney. 




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Potential computer jocks learn to understand com- 
puters and the big business world through Data 
Processing. Under the direction of Mr. Mize and 
Mr. Stupica they raise funds through sucker and 
bake sales, dances and other activities. Their goal is 
to become better acquainted with computers and 
business. One member, was quoted as saying, "Af- 
ter I graduate, I think Til study to be an 1130." 

Date Processing 1, Left row top to bottom: Eric Darcy, Bill 
Holmes. Lori Zdunczyk, Michelle McCluskey, Chris Mullins, 
Karne Garapic. Middle row txip to bottom: Mary Ann Zaietel, 
Rich Bozak, Kurt Pluta, Mary Ficere. Right row top to bot- 
tom: Mr. Stupica. Sandy Rash, Dave Peters, Dottie Shafer, 
Rachelle Ricci, Diane Turner. Not pictured-Joe Doyle, Kelli 
Langdon. 



Date Processing 2, Front left to right: Roger Stenger, Evelyn 
Kohler, Cheryl Everson, Celia Schulik, Ed Locke. Back left to 
front: Cathy Vohnout, Laura Griffis, Lori Laukiavich, Veron- 
ica Terrill, Janet Hosa, Rose Burrington. 



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ACCOUNTING 

Amateurs and Big Business Buffs aiitce enjoy the 
challenge and the amusement of figures that account- 
ing provides. Students in the Vocational Accounting 
program learn all the basic skills and the refined 
techniques of thfS important occupation. These future 
bookkeepers of America take pride in their work while 
making friends and having fun in class. 

I. "Dave, you have something I want!" 2. Senior Vocational 
Accounting Left to Right Row 1: Nora Burke, Denise Hegedus, 
Jan Pozelnik, Mary Kuhen, Noreen Brandich, Brian Makse. 
Row 2: Dave Harth. Curt Gasser, John Degeronimo, Barry 
Breining. Dave Linane. Larry Hale. Not Pictured: Dan Combs, 
Dan Novak. 3. Junior Vocational Accounting Left to Right 
Front Row: Tamie Taylor, Michelle Walker, Lisa Rogers. 
Second Row: Mary Kosovich, Latressa Pollard, Kathy Hutton, 
Kelly Santon. Back Row: Jan Slejko, Linda Waters, Cyndy 
Kleinhenz, Peggy Payne, Mr. Regano, Tonita May, Dean Fazio, 
Karen Rymarczyk. Not Pictured: Therese Skedei, Elise De 
Lambo. 





D.E. MERCHANDISING AND 
D.E. RETAIL 



1. Junior DE Merchantising Left to Right Row 1: Jean Griesmcr, Janet 
Topping. Karen Pavlovic, JoAnnc McCaskic, Marie Ciomek. Row 2: 
Rose Zimmerman. Pamela Capasso, Beth Hoon, Chris Roper, Dan 
Kecver. Row 3: Ron Petti, Gary Rail, John Laseak. Frank Koval, 
Jeff Jones, Tom Weglar?, Vince Malone, Dan Longstreth. Dale Varner, 
Mr. Sibert. Not Pictured: Toni Bronkall, Ernest Kehn, Bryan Ketchum, 
Bob Klein, Tina Luda, Robin Moody. 2. Senior DE Merchantising 
Left to Right Row 1: Dave Fabig, Adam Shunk, Darlenc Brochak, 
Donna Janes, Rose Mantz, Margaret Reagen, Monica Troha. Row 2: 
James Owen, Anthony Perko, Joe Kotlar, Robin Friend. Toni Paonsha, 
Gina Sabol, Ruth Ager, John Grabitz. Row 3 (begins in the middle of 
picture): Tom Molkentin, Richard Lisko, John Kent, Mike Grubar, 
Mr. Sibert. Not Pictured: Kevin Hartegan, Dave Mihelich, Charles 
Paul, Lori Ross. 



D.E. Merch., D.E. Retail/251 



STENOGRAPHY, 



No, just because you couldn't read those 
funny curves and lines, it wasn't an an- 
cient method of communication. This 
was the stenographers perfecting their 
skill of shorthand. Shorthand was only 
one of the countless office techniques 
the stenographers learned. These girls 
were interested in the business world 
of America. Many fund raising cam- 
paigns helped cover their expenses. 





Stenography 2: (L-R), Front row: Secretary - Cindy Yaggie, President - Sandy Fruttii 
Historian - Cindy Hassel, Vice-President - Dena Grosel. Middle row: Vicki Dubecky, Mauree 
Alaburda, Annette Criado, Sandy Springborn, Dawn Ayres. Back row: Lon Pollock, Debb 
Kaufman, Laura Ogden, LeeAnn Sroczynski, Mary Miller, Carol Hovine missing - Treasurer 
Teresa Kuklica 




Stenography 1: (L-R), Sitting: Laure Sustar, Ivana Rozman, Chris Rolik, Treasurer - Tracy Coe, Tami 
Chrestoff, Stella Tortorici, Historian - Jenny Boros, Pat West, Kerry Nelson, Sharon Beidle. Standing: President - 
Mary Beth Legan, Mary Fuerst, Marilyn Wata, Vice-President - Helen Strle. Mary Thompson, Carol Haines, 
Michele Kimack, Darlene Caferelli, Secretary - Nancy Penko, missing: Lori Reid, Sue Cwalinski, Berni 
Markiewicz 



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Automotives 
O'Neill, Jim 
Bill Werstak 
John Oraps. 
Suchevits. 



I (L-R): Back row: Ed Haller, Ed Dolinar, Louis Caplick, Robert Husa, Mike 
Pikovnik, Charles Myers, Bob Morris. Doug Sisson, Dave Pysell, Sam Ventura, 
Bottom row: Steve Golinar, Kevin Burd, Ed Modic, Gene Brocone, Dave Wolf, 
missing: Jeff Journey. Brian Klun. Mike Langdon. Milian Mudonic, Bob 



AUTOMOTIVES 



The auto mechanics learned all 
the aspects of auto repair and 
maintenance. They woriced on 
many types and mai<es of cars. 
The students acquired the knowl- 
edge they needed to know for 
the care of cars. 




Automotives 2 (L-R): Ken Balogh. Tony Centa, Steve Grzsik, Rick Aufmuth, Dave Turner, Bill Veedmont, 
Bill Miller, Rick Lender, D. Strnad, Ron Brehm, Jim Stanick, Paul Wachhaus, Jeff Bergman, Mike Thomas, 
Steve Bealko, Greg Simpson. 




Child Care 1: Kathy Albanese, Sharon Bolsar, Rcnee Fanara, Leslie Henderson, Kelly 
Kinsey, Sue McCoy, Phyllis Miller, Kathy Seadek, Greta Trommetter, Robin Vaughn, 
Pam Shultz, Janet Pridemore, Andrea Zupancic. 




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CHILD CARE 



Vocational Child Care was a course offered to prepare 
young girls for their future life as parents. They got prac- 
tice by teaching youngsters at Noble School. The children 
enjoyed the change of a routine teacher and the students 
earned to deal with youngsters. 



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Row 1: Muff Truskolaski (reporter), Pat Paolucci (Vice Pres.), Donna Scott (secretary), 
Pam Simkins (treasurer), Lynn Sample (Pres.) 2nd row kneeling: Nancy Roberts, Karen 
Stevko, Genute Vaiginis, Jan Nickols, Cathy Clarke, Chris Stantery. 3rd row standing: 
Carl Krysiak, Larry Varwig, Tom Nelson, Joe Jarmuszkiewicz, Joe Vanco, Dennis Kirch- 
ner, Gary Neide, Mr. John Eichhorn (DCT coordinator) 



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486-1325 




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531-6026 



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Congratulations To The 
Graduates Of 1978 

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22350 Lakeshore Blvd. 
731-1800 




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731-4662 



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481-6600 




FRIEDMAN'S 
JEWELERS 

22304 Lakeshore Blvd. 
731-3450 



Good Luck To The 
Class Of 1978 

MARK 
HAIRDRESSERS 




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Insurance Agency 

Residential-289-2900 

Commercial-289-2901 

425 Euclid Office Plaza 

26250 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 

44132 



Best Wishes To The 
Class Of 1978 

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342 Euclid Sq. Mall 

289-7282 



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Class Of 1978 

BRONKO 
BEVERAGE 

510 East 200th St. 

Euclid, Ohio 

531-5858 



Best Wishes From 

MILLER'S 

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22470 Shore Center Dr. 

Euclid, Ohio 

731-9358 



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503 East 200th Street 
481-4700 







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Class Of 

1978 

FRENCH'S 
PHARMACY 

26598 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6300 



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Euclid Square Mall 



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Class Of 1978 

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564 E 200 St. 
692-1068 



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To The Class Of '78 

TOMYE SHERRILL 

HILLTOP REALTY, INC. 

620 E. 222nd Street 

289-2445 
Res.: 486-6553 



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Euclid, Ohio 44132 

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With Every Good Wish To The Class Of 1978 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Mayor 

Judge, Municipal Court 
Law Director 
Administrative Director 
Finance Director 
President of Council 
1st Ward Councilman 
2nd Ward Councilman 
3rd Ward Councilman 
4th Ward Councilman 
Chief of Police 
Fire Chief 



Tony J. Sustarsic 
Robert F. Niccum 
Patrick R. Rocco 
Anthony J. Guinta 
Donald Sheppard 
Michael Kosmetos 
William J. DeMora 
Mark F. Jochum 
Paul Oyaski 
William Mabel 
Frank Payne 
George Langa 



Councilmen- At- Large 

Edward J. Eckart 

Joseph Farrell 

Gary Peterson 

Edward J. Sustarsic 




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Good Luck 

To The Class Of 1978 

From 



EUCLID HIGH KEY CLUB 




President . 


. Bob Pavne 


Isl Vice President . . . 


Jim Gaydosh 


Secretary . 


. . Sandy Kovacs 


2nd Vice President . . 


John Kaika 


Treasurer . 


. . Paul Klodor 


Lieutenant Governor . 


■ Dwayne Stelmach 



KEYCLUBBERS: Doug Ayers, Dave Carbone, Dave Crawford, Frank Debevec, Mary Drake. Duane Foy, Bill 
Hanlon, Craig Hasegawa. Augie Haupt. Dan Himmelman. Eric Jochum, Tom Katcher, Chuck Keay, John Kovalec, 
Bob Krome, Teresa Kuklica, Mike Kupfer, Helene Lusoski, Joe Mersnik, Mary Ellen Marks, Jim Millar, Doug 
Sebusch, Jim Simeo, Dale Stelmach. Frank Ulizzi. Scott Ullman, Dan Weiss. Bob Zagore. Jackie Zorko. 



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SUBSIDIARY OF ^^HITE MOTOR CORPORATION 




22221 St. Clair Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 



EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY 
COLLEGE 

22741 Shore Center Dr. 
261-2600 




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ARMY 

SURPLUS 

STORES 

618 E. 185th St. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44119 

Phone: 531-3326 

24 Warn Center Rd. 

Bedford, Ohio 44146 

Phone: 439-3794 

Government Surplus 
Still Your Best Buy 




Ntxjr headquarters 
for automotive ports and supples 



SALTER AUTO 
PARTS CO. INC 

21149 Euclid Ave. 

486-3798 

'Tnside Sherwood 

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26841 Tungsten Rd. 

Cleveland. Ohio 44132 

Phone: 216/261-2100 

Soeket Head Products 

Cold Headed Products 

Cap Screws 

Set Screws 

Automatic And Hand 

Screw Machine Products 



Good Luck To The 
Class Of "78" 

MIHELICH'S 

HOMETOWN 

RESTAURANT 

830 Babbitt Rd. 

731-9689 

Delicious 

Fine Food 



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READY MIX CONCRETE 



587-2700 



Ten Locations Serving Greater Cleveland and the Suburbs 



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ADVERTISING INDEX 



NAME 

Army Surplus 
Robert T. Barry 
Big Bouquet 
Borneo's B.P.A.E. 
Bronko's Beverage 
Chesterfield Steel Service 
Collinwood Concrete 
Convenient Food Mart E. 
Dallos-Spies 
Erie Auto Parts 
Euclid, Inc. 
Euclid Blue Print 
Euclid City Officials 
Euclidian Beauty College 
Euclid High Key Club 
Euclid-Race 
Flickinger, Inc. 
Florama Flowers 
Flowerama 
Fredon Corp. 
French's Pharmacy 
Friedmans Jewelers 
Gingiss International 
Millwood Manufacturing 
Jackshaw Chevrolet, Inc. 
Frank Jochum 



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K&G Machine Co. 

Kerr Lakeside, inc. 

Killen-Kaucnik Ins. Agency 

Knific insurance Service, Inc. 

Lakeshore Florist 

Lubri/ol 

Mark Hairdressers 

Martin's Dairy Bar 

Max's Restaurant 

Mel's Tux Shop 

Mihelich's Hometown Restauran 

Miller's Beauty Salon 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating 

Papa Joe's 

P.T.S.A. 

Radix Wire 

Raimor's Studios 

Salter Auto Parts Co. 

Tomye Sherrill-Hilltop Realty 

Sims Buick 

Student Council 

TRW, inc. 

Vassar Health Foods 

Vlasta's Art Gallery 

Wildwood Florist 



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ALLAN WARREN 
FASHIONS FOR MEN 
342 Euclid Square Mall 
289-7282 

DR. and MRS. R.M. 
BALDWIN 

BALI HAl CHINESE 
RESTAURANT 

25649 Euclid Avenue 
731-4800 

BANC OHIO 

1270 East 260th Street 
289-3000 or 289-7660 




BEACHLAND 
PHARMACY 

20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-0631 

DR. A.J. BLASKEVICA 

848 East 185th Street 
486-0322 

BRESLER^S ICE CREAM 
SHOP 

Euclid Square Mall 

261-3374 

DR. RENATO BROGLIO 
D.D.S. 

21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6069 





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CERAMIC TREASURES 
INC. 

22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-5428 or 261-3338 



DECKER APPLIANCE 

445 East 200th Street 
486-7200 



CERAMICS AT RS 

29953 Warren Road 
585-0222 



DEE-ANNE CERAMICS 

843 East 222nd Street 
261-7452 



CLEVELAND TRUST 

BRANCH 138 

13731 St. Clair Avenue 

687-4325 



EUCLID OFFICE SUPPLY 
INC. 

756 East 222nd Street 
531-5311 



CLEVELAND WIRE DIE 
INC. 

19850 St. Clair Avenue 
481-6350 



EUCLID SUNOCO 

470 East 200th Street 
531-9695 



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Cuisine 
GIACOMAZZOS 

Restaurant Lounge 
34471 Vine Street 
942-2068 



LORETTA KOZAK 



HANDY RENTS INC. 

1329 East 260th Street 
731-6950 



JAY DEE CLEANERS 

878 East 222nd Street 
731-7060 



HENRY TAYLOR & SON 

CO, 
BI-RITE 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 
289-0150 



LEADER DRUG 

22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7474 



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922 East 222nd Street 
732-7066 



KEN SAYWELL 
LUIKART INS. AGENCY 

18324 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-4770 



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MAXIMS FOODS 

602 East 185th Street 
531-2893 



MOLNARS DAIRY 
QUEEN 

435 East 200th Street 
486-0929 



ROSS MEAT MARKET 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-5757 



DR. and MRS. ELWOOD 
SAWITKE 

20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-0979 



SAXON MEATS 

848 East 200th Street 
481-9452 



SHORE CARPET CO. 
COMMERCIAL and 
RESIDENTIAL 

854 East 185th Street 
531-0484 



WATERWASH 
HARDWARE 

345 East 200th Street 
531-0956 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3878 



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Well, here it is! The 1978 Euclidian. May you 
derive much pleasure from it. The value of this 
book may not be apparent to you until years from 
now but it is a valuable memory book. Please try 
to overlook the mistakes. In a book this size there 
are bound to be many mistakes. After all the many 
problems we had with this book, it's a wonder that 
it's even here, but thanks to the help of many people, 
we got it done. There are so many people who helped 
that it is not possible to mention them all, but there 
are a few special people whom I would like to mention. 

A thank you to all the teachers who let us get out 
of their classes and were so understanding during 
our deadlines. Also to Dr. Bergem for letting us 
get out of homeroom to sell books, etc. And to 
Morey for getting the pictures to us when we really 
needed them. 

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^^■■M^//^||MMfc^ are a good worker. You were so quiet in the Euclidian 
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^^H^^I^^I^H^^^B^^^I^^^Hl^ . with the yearbook and I wish the best. 

SIMEO - you were really a surprise. You came in, 

and with the help of Mr. Dickinson and many other people picked up the pieces and put together the Advertising 
Section. For awhile there, I was beginning to wonder if we could ever get that section done. HANNAH - You're a 
good sport, H.B. You were always there, and with a little pushing and yelling you got your section done. You got it 
done, though,and you added what I had only talked about before, making our book a little different and a little 
better. I hope someday, too, you find the right door! CHERYL - I guess I was always yelling at you, but I had to 
take it out on someone, and I guess it was you. I got you moving, though. DIANE - What can I say? You were 
handed the biggest section, with virtually no experience and to be honest, I was doubtful that you would pull it 
through. But, you took command, scheduling endless pictures which no one showed up for; you got together a staff 
of your own, dishing out pages for people to do, and you got it done. DORIE AND EVA - You two really pulled 
together to get your section done. Coping with loss of pictures, bad pictures, etc. etc.. I never saw you guys, but pages 
kept coming in faithfully, and that's what counted. ERIC - You are completely crazy! But there was method to your 
madness, because pictures got taken, and things got done. With all your other interests, I'm glad you took so much 
time to help us out (Even if I was a no good editor). You are a really good photographer and next year's staff will 
know how good you were. GLORIA - We've gone through a lot with this section of yours. You had new ideas on 
how to set up the section and you carried it through. It takes a lot of work to do that, but I'm glad you went through 
with it. MR. HALL AND MR. DICKINSON - You put up with a lot from all of us and I'm sure we had you sweat- 
ing there for awhile, but for as much as we never admitted it, we really appreciated all your help and support. 

All the other people Debbie, Carol, Beth, Millar, Mary, Kathy, Louise, Ellen. Dave, Peggy, Beth, who wrote copy 
(sometimes unprintable), did pages, sold ads, took pictures, sold books, and just generally helped to put the book 
on its feet. I can't thank you more than enough. You got the book done. I would like to say a special thank you to 
Ed. for helping me to keep my sanity through all the craziness. and problems that I went through, and listening to all 
my troubles, no matter how stupid. I would've never made it without you. 

Remember all the good times in the Euclidian Office that we had. Obsene messages on the board, throwing darts, 
doing shorthand all the time, cutting down everyone, and all the other craziness that we went through. 

I just want to wish the best of luck to next year's staff. I sincerely hope you don't have all the problems we had. 



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