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Euclid Senior High School 

711 East 222 Street 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

Volume 33 



Chapter I: The Plot 



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Upper left: Jeff Westover checks 
the Reader's Guide to Periodical 
Literature in the school hbrary as 
the first step in tracking down a 
needed magazine. Upper center: 
Joe Deoma, Andy Morkunas, and 
Keith Bowes find that there is 
strength in numbers when it 
comes to mastering the computer. 
Lower right: Dave Franks uses his 
lunch period to get himself 
pumped for his afternoon classes. 
Lower center: Mr. Pawlowski's 
students enjoy getting the royal 
treatment in his math classes: 
Lower left: Lucy La Valley, Lisa 
Berardinelli, Janene Selway, and 
Janet Struna rivet their attention 
on their opponents as the girls' 
volleyball team battles Brush. 




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2 Theme 



EUCLID PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Every story has a plot, and ours is 
quite complex: the expectations of 1830 
students and 180 faculty members and 
support personnel who inhabit Euclid 
High School for 184 days each year. 
Some of their hopes are quite simple; 



others are elaborate and even 
unrealistic. But when fitted together, 
they construct a plot that can best be 
summarized by the phrase Great 
Expectations. 




Theme 1-9 

Activities 10-71 

Faculty 72-97 

Sports 98-137 

Underclass 138-169 

Seniors 170-209 

Advertising 210-243 

Closing & Index 244-256 




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Theme 3 



chapter 11 The Characters 




Upper left: The Homecoming 
Dance was a happy lime for 
Denise Dulla. Dave Fair, Rich 
Holckneckt, Jamie Delzoppo, Rich 
Renshaw. Dawn De Fihppo. and 
the other 175 couples who 
attended the October 3rd event. 
Upper center: Student-heroes use 
part of their lunch period to do 
electronic battle with one of the 
computer games in the E-room. 
Upper right: Kellie Reichert is a 
convenient subject to use for Ron 
Suponcic as he demonstrates a 
new wrestling hold for Joe 
Minardo. Lower right: Peggy 
Laughlin can hardly contain 
herself when the E-room jukebox 
begins to play. Lower center: 
Plenty of paint mixes with senior 
spirit at Wednesday night sign 
painting sessions. Lower right: 
Wendy Cicek acts as the central 
character in a cheering section as 
the drama of another Friday night 
football game is played out. 




4 Theme 



The characters in our story come in all 
sizes, colors, and shapes. Their athletic 
and scholastic abilities run the gamut of 
the normal curve. Their interests range 
from automotives to zoology, from the 



music of the Michael Stanley Band to 
the metaphors in Shakespeare's Macbeth. 
Our characters are the students of 
Euclid High School. 




Theme 5 



Chapter III: The Conflict 




Upper left: Bev Finke, Amy 
Ogrinc, Vicki Metzger, and Jan 
Mihelcic pool their talents at their 
daily homework party. Upper 
center: The JV's launch an aerial 
attack against Mentor. Upper 
right: Linda Lewin is a smashing 
success on the tennis court. Lower 
right: Rich Rozic finds push button 
math as challenging as the paper 
and pencil kind. Lower center: 
Amy Gnffis finds a moment of 
peace and quiet in a room usually 
filled with chattering typewriters. 
Lower left: ReDon Jones is a voice 
from the grave as Mrs. 
McLaughlin's drama class runs 
through an interpretation of Spoon 
River Anthology. 



6 Theme 



Because of its large cast of characters, 
ours is a story with many conflicts: man 
vs. machine, as seen in a computer math 
or vocational machines class; man vs. 
nature, demonstrated by the daily 



struggle to get to school before 7:45 
A.M.; and man vs. man, reflected in the 
lunch line or the last-minute cramming 
for the big history test. 




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Theme 7 



chapter IV: The Beginning 




Upper left: Jill Reminick 
celebrates the start of a great 
weekend. Upper center: Career 
choices may begin with a 
session with a college 
representative. Upper right: Dr. 
Powaski explains the first class 
assignment. Middle right: 
Tryouts for Meet Me in St. 
Louis began the drama season. 
Lower right: The Fall Sports 
Assembly gave a boost to 
school spirit. Lower center: Dan 
Mosler begins his chemistry 
experiment. Lower left: Metal 
Shop students complete the 
year's first project. 




8 Theme 



To understand the story of Euclid 
High School, the reader must start at 
the beginning so he can see how the 
characters involve themselves in the 
plot. Like the characters of any story, 



ours have great expectations about the 
future. However, to see if these 
expectations are fulfilled, the reader 
must continue through the book to the 
end. 





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Theme 9 



ACTIVITIES 





Above: The Marching Band runs 
through its repertoire before the 
Brush game. Far right: Jackie Majers 
and Milce Lange work on Underclass 
section layouts for the Euclidian. 
Right center: Senior Steno members 
Sharon Szalay, Sandy dicker, Amy 
Griffis, and Sue Fedakowski 
participate in the Homecoming 
Parade. Lett center: Football aide 
Lisa Grassi keeps a lonely vigil on 
the sidelines. Far left: Steve Brewer 
and his date, Villa Angela student 
Tammy Callahan, take a punch break 
at the Homecoming Dance. 



10 Activities Divider 




'This year's group of enthusiastic 
actors, actresses, and technicians 
should produce one of the most 
effective drama programs in the 
school's history." 



-Mrs. McLaughlin, Fall Play adviser 



'The '82 class cabinet wants the best 
powder puff game, talent show, 
breakfast, and commencement in 
order to have happy memories." 



-Senior Class Cabinet 



'The Survey will publish interesting 
feature stories about All levels of 
students at Euclid High as well as 
report the news of ongoing and 
upcoming events here." 



-Mr. Antonini, Survey Adviser 








Divider Activities 11 



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It's more than a game; it's 
rivalry. It's enthusiasm, it's 
tradition: it's the annual Euclid- 
St. Joe's football game! 

"It's the biggest game of the 
year. The team, the crown the 
school, and the city are buzzing 
with excitement from beginning 
to end," commented junior 
tackle Lou Nieves. 

Ever since 1959, when the 
Euclid Panthers started playing 
their cross-town counterpart, 
the St. Joe's Vikings, an intense 
emotional rivalry has existed. Of 
the 23 games in which Euclid 
and St. Joe's have done battle, 
St. Joe's has come out on top 
nineteen times, with Euclid 
winning only twice. The 
remaining two games ended in 
ties. Our Panthers have been 
shut out six times in history of 
the series while the only time 
that Euchd has managed to keep 
the Vikings from putting any 
points on the board was in the 
1977 0-0 tie. It is interesting to 
note, though, that the Vikings 
have not dominated the 
Panthers as totally as the record 
seems to indicate. Nine more 
games could have been won or 
tied by Euchd if they would 
have scored only one more 
touchdown. 

The contest annually draws 
the largest regular-season crowd 
to DiBiasio Stadium, attesting to 
its great popularity. Bands, 
cheerleaders, majorettes, flag 
girls, television cameramen, and 
a wild crowd all add to the 
festival-like atmosphere. 

Unfortunately, the 1981-82 
game ended in a 31-0 victory for 
St. Joe's. The players did not 
lack spirit, though. Looking 
back on game day, Scott Sanford 
recalls that, "Our morale going 
into the game was just 
incredible. Everyone wanted a 
victory very badly in their 
hearts, and we felt that we 
could honestly come out of the 
game winners," while Nieves 
can be heard muttering in the 
background," Oh well, maybe 
next year . . . ." 

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Euclid's Jim Speer, #24. searches for an opening around St. Joe's pursuing 
defense. Euclid's offense sputtered, however, as St. Joe's won 31-0. 




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SERIES RECORD 






Euclid 


St. 


Joseph \ 


1959 


16 






28 


1960 


6 






12 


1961 


16 






12 


1962 


6 






6 


1963 


14 






16 


1964 









20 


1965 


8 






12 


1966 


6 






14 


1967 









19 


1968 


7 






40 


1969 


6 






22 


1970 


12 






14 


1971 


16 






14 


1972 









7 


1973 


6 






8 


1974 




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1975 


8 






14 


1976 


12 






14 


1977 












1978 









14 


1979 


7 






27 


1980 


20 






28 


1981 


9 






24 


1982 









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Top right: The newest addition to 
Euclid's halftime show, the Flag 
Corps, provides an added dimension 
to the Euclid-St. Joe's game. Center: 
The wide appeal of the game always 
attracts local television coverage. 
Lower right: Although Euclid was 
shut out 31-0, the cheerleaders still 
managed to keep up the spirit. Lower 
center: Coach Seymour gives senior 
quarterback Doug Grosel some 
advice. Lower left: School spirit is 
always heavy m the week preceding 
the Euclid-St. Joe's duel. 



Student Life • Activities 13 



SOMETHING OLD . . . 



Something Old 

The 1981-82 majorette squad, 
consisting of captain Carol 
Deason, Terri Zakraysek, Lois 
Belavich, and Lynn Yuko, began 
preparations for the year at a 
summer camp at Willoughby 
South, where they learned 
different dance steps and 
routines. In addition to their 
performance with the marching 
band during the football season, 
the majorettes had three half 
time shows during basketball 
season. 

Although the daily, two hour 
practices during football season 
grew a bit boring after a while, 
Lois Belavich stated, "It was 
totally worth our while and 
great experience!" Captain Carol 
Deason added, "Being a 
majorette taught us how to work 
with other people and feel like a 
real team." 

Something New 

Not one of the fifteen girls 
who joined the new flag corps at 
the end of last year thought that 
it would turn out to be as hard 
as it did. They spent one week 
at a flag corps camp last 
summer, learning basic moves 
and flag positions. During 
August, they practiced daily 
with the marching band, 
learning their first show. 

Although it was hard work, 
Alison Derreberry stated, "We 
seniors wish flag corps was 
thought of before this year 
because we enjoyed it so much." 
As one flag corps member put it, 
"The practices were very tough, 
and sometimes we'd argue, but 
in the end it would all come 
together, and we loved it . . . 
and each other!" 




14 Activities • Flag Corps 



. . . SOMETHING NEW 



Lett center: Flag corps members 
picked out the basics for their 
routines at a summer camp. The rest 
came through long hours of practice 

Left: Majorettes. Kneeling, captain 
Carol Deason. Standing, Lynn Yuko, 
Lois Belavich, Terri Zakraysek. 





Far left: Flag Corps. Lori Springer, 
Tracie Taylor, Karmen Kelly, Pam 
Brown, Vicky Metzger, Lisa 
Brzozowski, Sue Reinke, Robin Rizzo, 
Tracy Holmes, Alison Derreberry, 
Trish Pirsil, Monica Parisi, Janet 
Larkins, Amy Steele, Beth 
Waltermire. 

Left center: Two flags are better than 

one! The flag corps girls didn't expect 
all the hard work necessary to to 
learn their programs. 

Left: Janet Larkins and the other flag 
corps members performed at the Fall 
Sports Assembly. 



Majorettes • Activities 15 



HALF TIME HEROES 




Top left: Band members relax m the 
stands after a rousmg performance. 
Top right: Marching band members 
display the intense concentration it 
takes to put on a flawless half time 
show. Center left: Band director 
Arthur Sydow leads the band in the 
school fight song. Center right: Band 
members brush up on their marching 
skills at August's band camp. Right: 
The hours of practice pay off 7'/: 
golden minutes. 



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Left: Sam Panlalone has practiced so 
long that he can even run through a 
show with his eyes closed 

Eighty musicians, flanked by 
majorettes and flag corps girls, 
high-step onto the field and line 
up with precision. The Euclid 
High School marching band is 
ready for another show. 

Each IVi minute performance 
takes hard work by all band 
members; student directors 
Melanie McChancy, Paul Resnik, 
Andy Powaski; and band 
directors Arthur Sydow and 
Frank Taddeo. 

The week before school began, 
band members began sweating 
through their routines at a band 
camp held at the high school. In 
addition to preparing for half 
time performances during the 
football season, the band 
brushed up for appearances in 
the Homecoming Parade, 
Cleveland's Columbus Day 
Parade, and the GCC Marching 
Band Festival, held this year at 
Euclid. 

Being a member of the 
marching band takes a special 
talent. Band director Arthur 
Sydow seems to think that the 
hardest part of being in the 
marching band is the "foot 
coordination to musical 
performance" involved. 
However, all the hard work and 
practice is worth it. As senior 
Ray Tice puts it, "Marching 
band is a great way of life!" 



Above: Marching Band. Bottom Row: J. Tekanic. J. Evans, N. Selvaggio, B. 
Chapman. B. Bretton, E. Kosten, M. Bratton, J. Mansperger, R. Ham. S. Anzells. 
Row 2:i. Bisbee, M. Peterson, J. Vislocky, D. Katcher, S. Miller, R. Bierer, E. 
Gleisser, J. Davis, D. Swihart. Row 3: M. McChancy, S. Drienka, S. Leonard, J. 
Valentine, M. Hunt, E. Martin, D. Francetic, P. Resnik, A. Powaski, C. Rasmusen. 
Row 4: A. Mulraney, V. Penny, T. Furlan, R. Hendershot, J. Stevko, G. Buck, M. 
Shutty, M. Kristoff, E. Lackner, N. McCourt. Row 5: G. Broa, L. Galer, M. Minard, 
J. Offerle, P. Joksimovich, R. Tice, A. Morkunas, J. Stokes, R. Mazzaro. Row 6: M. 
Spehar, L. Rattini, D. Bussey, R. Braidich, L. Saletrik, B. Spaur. R. Cook, R. 
Scherbarth, S. Pantalone, Row 7: K. Grigsby, E. Tepley, D. Morgan, B. Blevins, 
M. Joyce, M. Lausin, K. Harrah, S. Archacki, J. Westover, J. Smith, A. Gubitosi. 
Row 8: Mr. Sydow, L. Wudy, J. Niccum, J. Cable, K. Davis, S. Tice, S. Volante, J. 
Harper, Mr. Taddeo. 



Marching Band • Activities 17 



The excitement at this 
year's Euchd athletic contests 
was intensified by the girls 
who lead the fans in victory 
cheers. 

The cheerleaders are 
divided into two squads: 
varsity and junior varsity. 
Practice sessions are held 
each day after school. 
Although cheerleading is 
often demanding work, the 
girls agree that a lot of spirit 
and fun is also involved. 

Besides selling booster seat 
cushions, candy, and baked 
goods, the cheerleaders also 
held carwashes this year. The 
hard-earned money was for 
bus transportation and flowers 
for the girls. Captains Jill 
Mast and Karen Harmon led 
the varsity football 
cheerleaders, while Gayle 
Kubik led the varsity 
basketball squad. 

Bottom, Left: VARSITY 
BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 

Top: Pammi Phillips. Row 2: Karen 
Harmon. Row 3: Gayle Kubik, Debbie 
Taylor, Jill Krawczyszyn, Peggy 
Stibinger. Front: Sherry Johnson. Not 
Pictured: Connie Papouras. 

Bottom, Center: Jill Mast, Gayle 
Kubik and Monica Pockar take a 
short break between halves. 

Bottom, Right: JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 

Top: Viki Zigman. Row 2: Mary 
Belavich. Row 3: Mary Kay Barnes. 
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CHEERLEADERS: Top Row: Karen 
Harmon, Sherry Johnson. Row 2: Jill 
Krawczyszyn, Gayle Kubik. Row 3: 
Jill Mast, Michelle McKnight. Row 4: 
Monica Pockar, Debbie Taylor. 

Lett: JUNIOR VARSITY 
FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 

Kneeling: Cheri Smith. Row 2: Jasna 
Vinkovic, Danielle Nichting, Connie 
Papouras, Carol Perovshek. Row 3: 
Pammi Phillips, Peggy Stibinger, 
Vicki Zigman. 



Cheerleaders • Activities 19 





The Big Freeze 



Above: Board employees' attempts 
to beat back the snow proved 
unsuccessful as schools were 
closed for two days. 



January swept in with what 
the news media called the 
coldest weather of the twentieth 
century as blizzards and below- 
zero temperatures covered the 
Midwest and pushed into the 
deep South. 

The weird weather hit Euchd 
in the first week of January as a 
70 mile an hour wind tore 
through the area in the wake of 
a cold front, blowing out several 
windows in the high school in 
the process. A combination of 
snow, high winds, and below- 
zero temperatures closed Euclid 



schools on January 11 tb and 
12 tb. When they were reopened, 
custodians discovered that a 
broken water pipe in a storage 
room had damaged several video 
tape recorders. 

Another blast of cold air the 
following weekend produced the 
coldest day in the Cleveland 
area's history as the mercury 
dipped to -17 on January lltb, 
only to rise to -3 for the high 
temperature of the day. 

Undoubtably, the winter of 
1981-82 will be "frozen" into the 
memories of Euclid students. 



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Left: Deep snow and high winds made 
roads almost impossible. Below, left: The 
going proved "exciting" even on such 
major roads as Euclid and 222nd. Below, 
right: One benefit of the weather was 
the money some students made clearing 
driveways. Bottom, left: Coming to 
school in the dark, cold, snowy morning 
was an all to common experience this 
year. Bottom, right: Ah! Warmth! 




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Student Life • Activities 21 



Mihelich Reigns As 



Homecoming festivities 
began at an assembly on 
Friday, October 2. The 
Homecoming Queen, Renee 
Mihelich, was crowned, and 
winners of the election to her 
court were announced. Senior 
attendants were Lori Springer 
and Gina DeLuca. Junior 
attendant Lisa Berardinelli 
and sophomore attendant 
Denise Martin completed the 
court. 

On Tuesday night, October 
6, the Homecoming Parade 
was held. Starting at Shore 
Junior. High School, the 
parade traveled up East 222 to 
the high school for a bonfire 
and pep rally. Attending the 
mid-week events were the 
marching band, cheerleaders, 
majorettes, flag corps, and 
many loyal Panther fans. 

Climaxing the festivities 
was the Friday night football 
game against Willoughby 
South. During halftime, the 
Homecoming Queen and her 
court were presented to the 
crowd. Even though the team 
lost the game 20-0, all the 
students who participating in 
the week's events came away 
feeling like winners. 

Right: Even Homecoming Queen 
Renee Mihelich's cheers at halftime 
couldn't prevent a 20-0 loss to 
Willoughby South in the 
Homecoming Game. Above, center: 
Gina DeLuca and her escort parade 
before the student body at the 
Homecoming assembly. Above, tar 
right: Emotions overflowed as the 
winners of the homecoming election 
were announced. Below, tar right: 
The flag corps and decorated cars 
added color to the Homecoming 
Parade. Below, center: The Queen 
and her court were the center of 
attention during the Homecoming 
Parade. 



22 Activities • Homecoming 



Homecoming Queen 





JUNIOR 

ATTENDANT 

Lisa 

Berardinelli 



SENIOR 

ATTENDANT 

Lori 

Springer 



HOMECOMING 

QUEEN 

Renee 

Mibelich 



SENIOR 

ATTENDANT 

Gina 

DeLuca 



SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANT 

Denise 

Martin 



Homecoming ^In 
The Air Tonight' 






This year's Homecoming 
Dance was different in several 
respects from those of the 
past. 

First, the dance itself was 
held on Saturday, October 3, a 
full week before the 
Homecoming Game, rather 
than on the more traditional 
"night after the game". 

Second, the $12 per couple 
ticket price this year included 
the cost of a picture, 
removing the additional 
confusion and possible 
embarrassment for the 
couples who might have 
planned to get a picture but 
discovered that they had 
forgotten to bring any money 
with them. 

The theme of the dance was 
In the Air Tonight, and 
despite the changes from past 
Homecoming dances, the 
Student Council-sponsered 
affair proved high successful, 
attracting 178 couples. 



Above, far left: Like Joe Deoma, most 
of the 178 couples who attended the 
Homecoming Dance found it to be an 
enjoyable experience. Below, far left: 
Maybe if we don't look at one 
another, no one will notice that we're 
holding bands. Above: Sherry Koren 
samples some of the refreshments at 
the Homecoming Dance. Below: 
Although tickets for the Homecoming 
Dance were $12, the price included 
the cost of pictures. 



Homecoming • Activities 25 



Play Attracts 



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The 1981-82 Powder Puff 
football game, held on 
November 8, was a 
demonstration of the saying 
about an irresistible force 
meeting an immovable object as 
the Blue and Gold teams battled 
to a 6-6- tie. 

Led by coaches Steve Brewer, 
Kevin Durst, Jim Mitch, Mike 
Whelan, Joe lafelice, and Ron 
Suponcic, the Blue team girls 
scored on a short run in the first 
quarter. In fact, the Blue team 
dominated the rest of the game 
but always was stopped when it 
looked like it would score again. 



The Gold team, coached by 
Dave Skiljan, John Davies, Dave, 
McCarty, Tom Pappalardo, and 
Brian Smith, scored on a 
spectacular 50 yard run by 
Janene Selway in the fourth 
quarter. With the Blue team on 
Gold's seven yard line, time ran 
out. 

The definite winner of the 
game, however, was the senior 
class. Blessed with sunny and 
mild November weather, the 
Powder Puff game attracted a 
respectable crowd and netted 
$1000 for the senior class 
treasury. 




Above, far left: Katby Brown dares the 
Gold team to come and get her. Running 
plays dominated the strategy of both 
teams as the number of passes thrown 
during the game could have been 
counted on one hand. Above, left: Blue 
team cheerleaders helped to entertain 
the crowd during lulls in the action. 
Above: Brian Smith assists Terri 
Forcht off the field after she was 
shaken up on a kickoff. Below, left: Blue 
team members celebrate their first 
quarter touchdown. Below, center: I 
want my mamma! Gayle Kubik heads 
for the sidelines as Laura Murphy goes 
for her flag. Below, far left: Roberta 
Yuhas was close, but not close enough, 
as Janene Selway ran for a 50 yard 
touchdown in the fourth quarter to tie 
the game. 



Powder Puff • Activities 29 




Ghosts, punk rockers, clowns, 
Rubik's Cubes walking the halls 
of Euclid High? For one day, at 
least. They were all parts of the 
annual Student Council Hallow- 
een Dress-Up event that took 
place on Friday, October 30th. 
Judged by the number of students 
and faculty members that donned 
costumes, the day was a rousing 
success. The winners of the best 
costume contest were Bill Sca- 
letta, Sue Fedakowski, Joyce Bei- 
dle, and Lori Schrock. However, 
in a sense the whole student body 
was a winner since the day pro- 
vided an interesting diversion 
from the sometimes monotonous 
school routine. 



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Top, /eft; Vaughn Gofney is all set to lie 
the knot between Darlene Battle and 
Bill Perdue. Top, center: Nina Valenti 
finds cupcakes more appealing than 
peanuts. Top, right: The best costume 
winners were Bill Scaletta, Sue Feda- 
kowski, Joyce Beidle, and Lori 
Schrock. Top. far right: The librarians 
catch the Halloween spirit. Above: Ur- 
ban cowgirl Jill Krawczyszyn attracts 
an interesting cast of characters. Left: 
John Hribar "clowns around" with 
Laurie Jambor. Far left: A different 
breed of student inhabitied the halls of 
Euclid High School on October 30th. 



Student Life • Activities 31 



Bands Offer An 




PEP BAND Bottom Row: M. Bratton, R. Tice, J. 
Evans, M. Kristoff, R. Bierer. Row 2: A. Powaski 
E. Martin, R. Ham, E. Kosten, W. Bretton. Row 
3: N. Selvaggio, J. Mansperger, B. Chapman, E. 
Lackner. 



STAGE BAND Bottom Row: D. Kalcher, E. 
Kosten, B. Bretton, M. Bratton, R. Tice. Row 2:i. 
Bisbee, J. Evans, R. Bierer, S. Anzells, B. 
Chapman, J. Mansperger, R. Ham, R. Wilson. 
Row 3: Mr. Sarich, J. Tekanic, E. Lackner, N. 
Selvaggio, R. Hendershot, W. Taylor, M. Kristoff, 
G. Buck, L. Lewin. 



32 Activities • Bands 



Alternative For Muzak 



^ V, 



COSCERT BAND Botton Row: C. Duke, J. Cable, S. Tice, S. 
Leonard, L. Rattini, P. Hunt. Row 2: A.Hennessee, K. 
Harrah. R. Chan, L. Galer, K. Davis, S. Drienka, M. Minerd. 
Row 3: P. Hogan, A. Morkunas. S. Corrao, T. Furlan, D. 
Bussey, V. Penny. A. Mulraney, M. Blau. Row 4: B. Pickel, J. 
Harper, R. Hunt, S. Fike, J. Offerle, B. Spaur. S, Miller. 
Row 5;G. Buck. B. Blovins, P. Gron, M. Peterson, R. 
Braidich, J. Stevko, P. Joksimovich, R. Yeckley. Row 6: B. 
Cable, ,J. Mansperger, R. Biorer, N. McCourt, J. Davis, C. 
Rasmusen, D. Rose, P. Resnik, E. Tepley. Row 6: M. Price, G 
Broa, S. Pantalone, J. Evans, K. Grigsby, D. Swihart. 




SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE Bottom Row: M. Lausin, 

M. McChancy, B. Waltermire, J. Valentine, J. Niccum, D. 
Morgan. Row 2: M. Fratcher, B. Pickel, K. Cook, R. Cook, S. 
Archacki, R. Scherbarth, L. Hochevar, L. Saletrik. Row 3: E. 
Martin, A. Powaski, R. Tice, D. Katcher, E. Kosten, W. 
Bretton, M. Bratton. Row 4: J. Vislocky, M. Shutty, R. 
Hendershot, M. Kristoff, E. Lackner, S. Anzells, R. Mazzaro, 
B. Chapman, R. Ham, P. Glaser. Row 5: J. Tekanic, J. Bisbee, 
N. Selvaggio, M. Viiantonio. 



Far Left: The Pep Band, under the 
direction of Mr. Arthur Sydow, gives 
an informal Christmas concert the 
morning before Christmas vacation. 



With Muzak seemingly 
everywhere we go today, the 
various bands at EucHd High 
provide a welcome musical 
change of pace. The Pep 
Band, Stage Band, and 
Concert Band, under the 
direction of Mr. Arthur 
Sydow, had a very busy year 
in 1982. Aside from playing in 
many school concerts, the 
groups also gave concerts for 
different clubs and 
organizations. The Pep Band, 
directed by seniors Eric 
Kosten and Bill Bretton, 
provided inspirational music 
at all the home basketball 
games. The orchestra, 
directed by Mr, Hutson, also 
was given a chance to show 
its talents at various concerts 
and performances. In addition 
to their year's activities, the 
different bands also 
participated in solo and 
ensemble contests, often 
taking top honors. 

Bottom: Hours of practice are 
required lo maintain the top-notch 
sound of Euclid's orchestra. 



Bands • Activities 



33 



Choral Groups Have A 



Right: Varsity Chorale members Linda 
Cramer, Sherri Johnson, and Audrey 
Lonchar get into the Christmas spirit by 
participating in the group's caroling 
rounds made the day before the holiday 
vacation. 

Although they are non-required 
classes, choral groups seem to 
be very popular among students 
at Euclid High. Varsity Chorale, 
Choral Masters, and Sophomore 
Chorus all give kids a chance to 
display their hidden musical 
talents. Varsity Chorale, the 
most exclusive and prominent 
singing group, had a very busy 
year. They performed at 
festivals, retirement homes, club 
meetings, school concerts, and a 
number of other places. 
Selection for Varsity Chorale is 
done on a try-out basis, with 
only a few finally making it into 
the group. Choral Masters, open 
to all eleventh and twelfth 
graders, was also in demand this 
year. They put on many shows, 
including a Christmas program, 
and also hosted the G.C.C. Choir 
Festival in March. The 
Sophomore Chorus also 
participated in many shows and 
acts as a sort of "basic training" 
for future members of Varsity 
Chorale and Chorale Masters. 
Sponsor of all three groups, Mrs. 
Bosworth, felt enthusiastic about 
her groups: "Through the 
performances, rehersals, and 
hard work, the kids become 
very close and they project this 
spirit in their singing!!" 

Right: Varsity Chorale puts on another 
of its "show-stopping" performances. 
Far Right: Varsity Chorale pianist Jenny 
Jambor (left) and Mrs. Bosworth can 
attest to the fact that only through hard 
work and long hours of practice can 
come perfection. 




34 Choral Groups 



Year Worth Singing About 




VARSITY CHORALE Bottom Row.T. Coles, D. Morgan, R. LaBoridano, L. 
Cramer, M. Botinus, S. Johnson. Row 2: R. Anderson, A. Wilson, P. Paradiso, K. 
Simon, C. Olcasek, L. Haverlock, J. Midolo. Row 3: P. Mohorich, W. Polokar, B. 
Brown, A. Lonchar, S. Midolo. 




CHORAL MASTERS Bottom Kow; Miss Bosworth, Y. Taylor, M. Cheatham, K. 
Bertrand, S. Nurmi, B. Wanderslaben, M. Capulo, R. LaBondano, J. Speer, J. 
Huber, K. Norton, L. Cramer, N. Valenti. Row 2:C. Otcasek, T. Tichenor, P. 
Paradiso, D. Zupan, L. Letcher, W. Potokar, D. Taylor, K. Simon, S. Stewart, R. 
Anderson, J. Selway, K. Taylor, B. Thornton, L. Gilmore, L. Cover, J. Ludvik. 
Row 3: M. Watros, C. Koening, L. Kinkopf, J. Savage, L. Marrott, L. Sellers, T. 
Coles, P. Leasure, L. Haverlock, R. Mihelich, L. Lewin, B. Carmen, K. Norton, C. 
Parker. Row 4: A. Wmtle, W. Dort, M. Hildebrandt, C. Wise, L. Trebec, K. Kish, 
S. Midolo, P. Mohorich, B. Brown, M. Botinus, S. Johnson, L. Jambor, K. 
Lockhart, A. Lonchar, J. Jambor. Not Pictured: K. Kausc, D. Schmeling, A. 
Wilson, D. Sheid, D. Wood, J. Midolo, E. Vandaveer, T. Zakraysek. 




SOPHOMORE CHORUS Bottom Row.S. Jaksa, L. Leibnitzer, R. Sternck, K. 
Fazio, L. Berke, T. King, K. King. D. Kempke, S. Aspinwall. D. Simon, M. Ubic. 
Row 2:N. Shimonek, D. White, A. Buck, C. Hart, K. Znidarsic, R. Lesnick, P. 
Collins, K. Smith, A. Nemecek, J. Praskavich, J. Sauerman, M. Zakrajsek. Row 3: 
T. Luther, F. Kardos, S. Zupanovic, C. Bammerlm, J. Alves, D. Fair, D. Capasso, 
K. Freeh, S. Hansen, C. Flanagan, J. Parker, A. Carbone. Row 4: C. Duke, S. 
Campbell, P. Kacperski, D. DeFilippo, T. Babbitts, R. Renshaw, G. Batdorf, L. 
Roseboro, H. Look, C. Trevarthen, T. Wanderslaben, T. O'Hannon, D. Munford. 
Sot Pictured: K. Wittreich, J. Schwartz, K. Novae, C. Cuipnnskas. B. Swift. 



Choral Groups 35 



student Council: A Chance 




And the ayes have //.'.'Carrying on 
the tradition of decision by popular 
vote. Student Council often decides 
the fate of many school proposals by 
a show of hands. 




STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1:C. Papouras. S. Johnson, K. Harmon. R. Rohlke. K. 

Durst, R. Suponcic, N. Valenti. Row 2: L. Cover, D. Taylor, Amy Steele, R. Stermole, 
A. Derreberry, K. McLaughlin, R. Mihelich. L. Letcher. Row 3: G. Kubik, D. 
Papouras, B. Waltermire, P. Brown, L. Springer, M. Parisi. C. Otcasek, C. Gofney. 
Row 4:3. Krawczyszyn, M. Speck, J. Selway, D. Grosel, M. Pockar, D. Zupan. T. 
Hanlon, L. Schrock, L. Cramer. 



36 Activities • Student Council 



To Stand Up And Be Counted 




Top: Student Council president Doug 
Grosel mediates one of the daily 
eighth period meetings of the 
organization. Middle: Faculty advisor 
Mr. Lowe is instrumental in guiding 
the student body representatives of 
Student Council. Bottom: Kevin 
Durst, Rich Rohlke, Bryan Smith, 
Beth Waltermire, and Ron Suponcic 
engage in a little lively debate over a 
Student Council proposal. 

With student-faculty 
interests almost always in 
conflict, a "go-between" with 
the two bodies is a necessity 
at Euclid High. The student 
governmental body, Student 
Council, provides this much 
needed outlet. 

With its goal of "betterment 
of conditions for students", 
the organization offers 
membership to all who can 
collect the signatures of fifty 
fellow students and schedule 
an extra period each day. 
Officers, however, must be 
voted into office. This year's 
election, held in the spring of 
last school year, saw Doug 
Grosel chosen as president, 
Tom Hanlon as vice-president, 
Monica Pockar as secretary, 
and Donna Zupan as 
treasurer. 

This year's Student Council 
was one of the most active in 
recent memory. Aside from 
organizing Homecoming and 
Winter Festival, it also led a 
huge campaign to promote 
school spirit. Dress-up days, 
class competitions, dances, 
and many other activities all 
helped to pass the school year 
more quickly. As it advertises. 
Student Council is the only 
student organization whose 
actions affect the entire 
student body. 



Student Council • Activities 37 



Class Organizations Raise 




SOPHOMORE CLASS Bottom Row: K Moriarty. L Saletrik. 
J. Cable. Row 2: L. Bencivenni, J. Taylor, R. Phillips, C. 
Watral. Row 3: M. Lange, C. Trevarthen, M. Mramer, Z. Slat. 



JUNIOR CLASS Bottom Row: J. Mast, L. Jambor, W. 
Potokar. S. Nurmi, M. Kelly, N. Matic. C. Jackson. Row 2: J, 
Hribar, L. Berardinelli, D. Morek. Row 3: L. Nieves, C. ■ 
Papouras. 



38 Activities • Sophomore. Junior Class 



Money, Promote Spirit 



to the 
Dr. Bergem, 
id the efforts of 
dedicated members of Senior 
Class. 

Junior Class, under the 
direction of Mr. Cliffel, had 
one of its most spirited groups 
ffiiieeent history. Their 
"IHiIal "breakfast in the E- 
iQm" jp^yf d'-to^e a great 
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A hardworking group of 
sophomores, Sophomore Class 
had little trouble establishing 
its place at EucUd High. 
Under the eyes of Mrs. Modie 
and Mr. Federici, the group 
helped to promote school 
spirit, plan social activities, 
and raise money. Among this 
year's activities were the 
selling of class rings, 
organizing a winter dance, 
and decorating the halls at 
Christmas time. Aside from 
serving a useful purpose, the 
organization also proved to be 
a great source of fun to its 
""embers. 




Top Left: A show of hands decides the 
fate of a Senior Class proposal. Above: 
Senior Don Porz "decks the halls" to 
help out Senior Class in the annual 
Christmas decorating contest. 



SE\IOR CLASS CABINET Bottom: M. Abraham, K. Brown, L. Lewin. Row 2: W. 
Taylor, D. Porz, B. Franko, K. Shook, C. Zele, S. Gupta, T. Coyne, P. Rice. 



Senior Class • Activities 39 



Euclid High School students re- 
lived the fabulous '50's on De- 
cember 11th and 12th with a 
dress-up day and dance. 

Sponsored by the senior class, 
the 50's dance proved to be a 
great success. Over two hundred 
students danced in the E-room to 
a mixture of golden oldies and 
modern rock-n-roll spun by a lo- 
cal DJ. Who says history doesn't 
repeat itself? 



Right: Over two hundred students attend- 
ed the '50's dance on December 12th. Be- 
low: Dr. Bergem joins in the '50's fun 




40 Activities • Student Life 




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Top: Many !-:ilS students took advantage 
of the '50's dress-up day to dig up some of 
their parents' old clothes from the attic. 
Above: Rich Wilson and Lisa Vihtehc 
swing to the music of the '50's. Par left: 
Miss Carmody fills Mr. Gooding in about 
what high school life was rea//v like in the 
1950's. Left, cen/er; Letter sweaters and t- 
shirts were the order of the day at the '50's 
dance. Right, center: Will the real Fonz 
please stand up? 



Student Life • Activities 41 



Beauties 



The water polo club finished 
the season with a fine 11-4 record. 
Coach Rodriguez described the 
club as "an outstanding team with 
high expectations going into the 
state tournament. The description 
wasn't unfounded as the club had 
blown out Midpark 27-3 and 
dumped always tough Berea 13-9 
in an October tournament held at 
EHS. 

However, the club's luck ran 
out at the state tournament held 
at Bowling Green State Universi- 
ty in November. After Cincinnati 
St. Xavier slipped passed them 11- 
9, the club rallied 14-8 over Can- 
ton Glen Oak, but were bombed 
15-5 by Toledo St. Francis in the 
double-elimination tournament. 

Do you love water sports? Have 
you always dreamed of being a 
ballerina? If so, you'd be interest- 
ed in Wai Napolo, Euchd's water 
ballet club. The club traditionally 
holds bake and flower sales dur- 
ing the year to raise money for 
props and costumes used in their 
spring swim show. This year's of- 
ficers were Mindy Peck, presi- 
dent; Linda Cramer, vice-presi- 
dent; Terri Nickel, secretary; Sue 
Reinke, treasurer; and Corinne 
Dular, historian. 

Above; Glen Oak's goalie breaks water in 
an attempt to block Euclid's shot. 

WATER POLO CLUB Bottom Row: 

George Miller, Tom Mullen, Adam Race, 
John Smith, Dennis Dickard, Warren 
Schneider, .Joe O'Neil. Koiv^.-Scott Clines, 
Mark Francetic, Paul Thornton, Dan 
Greene, Mark Hansen, Bob Horn. Top 
Row: Tom Coyne, Scott Gundling, Darrin 
Wagner, Phil Gron. 






42 Activities • Water Polo 



And The Beasts 





Top; All the splashing on the surface of the 
water conceals the physical nature of wa- 
ter polo. 

Above: Wai Napolo president Mindy Peck 
demonstrates some basic moves for club 
members. 

WAI NAPOLO CLUB Clockwise from 

the top: Lori Springer, Cheryl Warman, 
Lori Schrock, Linda Cramer. Adriana Boli- 
var. Kim Norton, Maureen Hildebrandt, 
Maureen Colling, Terri Nickel, Janet Lar- 
kins. Sue Reinke, Nadine Lisac, Kirsten 
Freeh, Djuana Finley, Mindy Peck, Kim 
Schonauer, Amy Steele, Monica Parisi, 
Alison Derreberry. 



Wai Napolo • Activities 43 



"Always there to lend a 
helping hand" - that phrase 
probably best describes what 
Key Club is all about: helping 
those in need. The club, a 
division of Kiwanis 
International, raised and 
donated much money to 
needy organizations this year. 
Funds came from a holiday 
coffee stop, a candy sale, and 
various other projects. Other 
activities designed to help 
those in need were leaf rakes, 
snow shoveling, and a trip to 
the hospital. President Ray 
Tice summed it up when he 
remarked that "Key Club is 
the only organization that 
exists in our school where 
kids get to help those less 
fortunate, meet new friends, 
and have a lot of fun!!" 

One of the newest clubs at 
Euclid High this year was the 
French Club. Under the 
direction of Mr. Fellague, the 
club's main goal was to 
explore the world of French 
culture. Dining in a French 
restaurant, seeing French 
films, singing French 
Christmas carols, and 
participating in a four day trip 
to Quebec were all part of this 
year's program. Money to 
finance these activities came 
from bake sales, candy sales, 
and car washes. 



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French Club liftlembers Angela 
Gubitosi, Amy Wilson, Estela 
Caipillan, Pammi Phillips, Ken Zuro, 
Terri Nickel, and Nadine Lisac sing 
as part of the club's caroling rounds 
made the day before Christmas 
vacation. 





FRENCH CLUB Bottom Row: A. Bolivar, K. Pfriem, L. 
Murphy, B. Champa, P. Phillips, R. Yuhas, A. Gubitosi. Row 
2:5. Mooney, N. Lisac, T. Nickel, R. Cook, E. Caipillan. S. 
Ukmar. A. Wilson. Row 3: A. Beret, K. Zuro, T. Hanlon. D. 
Moster, M. Kucera, K. Turk. Row 4: P. Perdan, J. Westover. 
P. Glaser, Mr. Fellague. 



KEY CLUB Bottom Row:S. Vagel. M. Joyce, K. Harrah. B. 
Thornton, J. Stevco, B. Champa, A. Mersnik, V. Rattini. Row 
2: R. Oshaben. A. Mclnally, L. Yeckley, S. Tice. B. Kupfer. K. 
Simon, J. Jambor, M. Heramb, Mr. Hill, A. Black. Row 3: P. 
Karabinus, S. Reinke, L. Harrah, K. Novae, R. Yuhas. W. 
Swyt, M. Surh, D. Wagner, W. Schneider, Mr. Eyman. Row 
4: K. Rasbuten, B. Katcher, K. Zuro, T. Zagore, R. Tice. P. 
Glaser, D. Green, T. Coyne, D. Kucera, G. Petrick. 



44 Activities • Key Club, French 




Clubs Provide 
Culture, Service, 
And Fun 




Above: Key Club officers Don Kucera, 
Bob Katcher, and Tom Coyne discuss 
one of their organization's upcoming 
service projects before a weekly 
meetmg. Left: Key Club president 
Ray Tice (left), along with officers 
Don Kucera and Tom Coyne, run 
through the club's weekly business 
before getting to the night's 
presentation. 



Key Club, French Club • Activities 45 



The old saying that "behind 
every good man is a woman" 
could be no truer than in the 
case of the sports aides. Besides 
keeping the athletes supplied 
with water and ice, the aides 
also perform many other tasks. 
Keeping statistics, timing 
events, and taping ankles are all 
parts of a day's work. The aides 
also relieve the coaches from 
minor tasks and distractions that 
would otherwise keep them 
from concentrating on a game. 
One aide, though, sees things in 
a different light: "The one thing 
I enjoy most about being an aide 
is getting to hug the guys that 
go out and do battle for the 
honor of our school!!" 



Opposite page:The sports aides discover that sometimes the sideHnes aren't as 
excitmg as they look from the stands. 

Below: Kris Shook's and Mary Ellen Eiermann's sidelme help made the varsity's 
2-8 record almost bearable for the players. 




HOCKEY AIDES Bottom Row: J. Kronik. J. Mihelcic. S. 
Lisac, L. Belavich. Row 2: B. Wandersleben, A. Bolivar, E. 
Galloway. C. Konchan. Row 3: M. Kelly. C. Papouras. T. 

Zingale. S. Nurmi, B. Spaur. 



BASKETBALL AIDES Bottom Row: A. Kosic. D. Martin, A. 

Brown. S. Hoffert, C. Black. Row 2: B. Finke, M. Radisek. M. 
Martorello, L. Hanlon. S. Wachhaus, B. Finke. 




SWIM TIMERS Bottom Row: J. Picciano. "W. Swyt. N. Lisac. 
S. Reinke, S. Hanson. Row 2: M. Hribar. D. Jankowski, L. 
La Valley, B, Waterman. P. Hogan. M. Surh, C. Otcasek. L, 
Lewin, C. Fekete. Row3:T. Wandersleben, J. Jambor. C. 
Green, R. Mihelich, A. Lonchar. 



INDOOR TRACK AIDES Bottom Row: S. Sekerak. A 
Barravechia, M. Austin, J. Sauerman, L. Brisbine. C. Piunno. 
L. Vihtelic. Row 2: D. Schmeling. M. Hribar, D. Francetic, C. 
Hart, L. Shei. J. Groudle, K. Gephart. K. Harrah. 



46 Activities • Sports Aides 



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WRESTLING AIDES Bottom Row: J. V. FOOTBALL AWES C. Engelking, VARSITY FOOTBALL AIDES Bottom 

R. DeLuca. C. Carlo, J. Young. Row 2: J. Praskavich. Row: C. Carlo. L. Grassi, K. Shook. J. 

M. Eiermann, S. Szalay, S. Dezelon, Kronik. Row 2: M. Eiermann, D. 

L. Dezelon, K. Roberts. Penicka, L. Caplick. 



Sports Aides • Activities 47 



Clubs Provide Service 



Right: Trouble-shooting a defective 
piece of equipment is all in a day's 
work for A-V Club members Allen 
Black and Keith Bowes. 

With a great number of 
clubs and organizations at 
Euclid High, most students 
have little trouble finding one 
which suits their particular 
interests. Although not as 
prominent as many larger 
organizations like Student 
Council, the Ad Club, A-V 
Club, and Library Aides give 
their members a chance to be 
of service to their school and 
make it a better place for 
their fellow students. 

The Athletic Director's 
Club, or Ad Club, has been a 
part of the Euclid High sports 
program for many years. 
Under the direction of Mr. 
Raicevich, the club members 
sell tickets and programs to 
home athletic events. "The 
girls are more than generous 
with their time and have done 
a superb job with all their 
responsibilities this year," he 
proudly commented. Member 
Laurie Jambor also expressed 
her satisfaction with the club: 
"It's a really great club to 
have fun and meet a lot of 
new people!" 

Two other clubs which give 
a helping hand to the school 
are the A-V Club and the 
Library Aides. Sponsored by 
audio-visual co-ordinator Mr. 
Banford, the A-V Club helps 
with the maintenance and 
distribution of movie 
projectors, tape recorders, 
video tape players, and other 
media equipment. The Library 
Aides are a small group of 
hardworking students who 
help the librarians with the 
enormous task of running the 
school library. Putting away 
books, running the magazine 
room, and doing whatever 
else needs to be done are all 
in a day's work. Although 
they are not often seen or 
recognized, members of each 
of these clubs carry out their 
duties with a smile and 
dedication. 

48 Activities • Library Aides 




LIBRARY AWES C. Sapatka, E. Kearny, V. Gofney. D. Wyman, M. Bultara. t). Butara. 



With A Smile 



AD CLUB Bottom Row: A. Raicevich. A. Steele. Row 2: D, 
Papouras, C. Papouras, S. Kerns, W. Polokar. J. Zambor. J. Zele, 
L. Berardinelli, J. Sclway. P. Brown. C. Olcasek, D. Zupan. S. 
Suponcic, S. Lisac, A. Ogrinc. Row 3: P. Phillips, K. Taylor, H. 
Hook, L. Hanlon, J. Rose, M. Radisek, N. Lisac, M. Surh, J. 
Young, S. Stephens, J. Jambor. Row 4: K. Horner, Mr. 
Raicevich. M. Cirino. N. Matic. B. Swift. R. Speroff. M. Watros, 
T. Tichenor. W. Swyt. Y. Krofcheck, A. Langan, L. Letcher, A. 
Saracevic, C. Deason, A. Lima, T. Nickel, K. Freeh, T. 
Wandersleben. D. Simon. 




A.V. CLUBF. Schwartz, K. Bowes, J. Lyon, A. Morkunas, ^iove: Library Aide Carol Sapatka helps to keep the library in 

A. Black, K. Cars, R. Mazzaro. perfect running order. 



Ad Club, Media Aides • Activities 49 




Above: Sipe bites the dust again as the 
Browns, dreams of a Super Bowl ended 
in a dismal 5-11 season. Bi^Ar; Senior 
Don Kucera investigates a spacecraft 
exhibit at Nasa's Lewis Research 
Center. Interest in space was revived 
with the successful launching of the 
space shuttle. Center: A few lucky 
Euclid students had tickets to the 
Rolling Stones two concerts at the 
Colesium in November. 







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50 Activities • Student Life 



The 1982 school year provided 
surprises in almost every area of 
life. 

On the local front, the fall 
elections provided an unneeded 
surprise for the Euclid school 
system as a school levy was 
defeated for the second straight 
time. 

Regionally, Cleveland City 
Council was reduced from 
thirty-three to twenty-one 
members and George Voinovich 
was overwhelmingly re-elected 
mayor of Cleveland. 

The re-birth of downtown 
Cleveland was a pleasant 
surprise. Two local corporations, 
Ohio Bell and Sohio, announced 
that they would be building 
office towers in the downtown 
area. Cleveland State University 
also unveiled plans for a 
downtown sports/convocation 
center. 

Nationally, the surprises 
ranged from triumphs to 
tragedies. The world's first 
reusable space shuttle, "The 
Columbia" was successfully 
launched. Its spectacular success 
temorarily took the country's 
mind off the continued high 
interest rates and rising 
employment, which had 9% of 
the nation's work force idled by 
December. 

Weather provided several 
surprises nationally as mudslides 
killed 30 people in California and 
caused millions of dollars in 
property damage. The Midwest 
found itself buried in snow and 
frozen by record-setting cold 
which even managed to inch its 
way into the Sunbelt. 



Union members found 
themselves unpleasantly 
surprised by contract 
negotiations which stressed 
wage and benefit reductions or 
increased layoffs. President 
Reagan's unexpected mass firing 
of striking air traffic controllers 
caught the whole country off 
guard, causing some air 
transportation foul-ups initially 
as airlines had to cut back the 
number of their flights. 

The list of tragic surprises was 
headed by the October 
assassination of Egyptian 
President Anwar Sadat, who 
was gunned down by Moslem 
extremists. The precision flight 
team, the Air Force 
Thunderbirds, which lost their 
leader in a crash at the 
Cleveland Air Show in 
September, were all but wiped 
out when four more of their 
team were killed practicing their 
routine in January. Finally, an 
Air Florida jet crashed into a 
bridge in Washington, D.C., in 
January, killing 78 people. 

Triumph and tragedy was also 
mirrored in international news. 
In July, England's Prince 
Charles married Lady Diana 
Spencer in a storybook 
ceremony witnessed by millions 
worldwide who watched on TV. 
Poland's independent labor 
union. Solidarity, continued its 
struggle for personal freedoms 
until December when the 
government arrested Lech 
Walesa and its other leaders and 
declared martial law. 

Professional sports provided 
many surprises. The baseball 




season was suspended from June 
until August by a players' 
strike. When the players did 
return, however, they did it in 
grand fashion in the All-Star 
game, which was played at 
Cleveland's Municipal Stadium. 

In boxing. Sugar Ray Leonard 
surprised many of his critics 
when he won his fight against 
Thomas "Hit Man" Hearns with 
a fourteenth-round TKO. 

In football, no one was more 
surprised than Cleveland fans by 
the dismal 5-11 record of the 
Browns, except, perhaps, the 
fans of Cincinnati and San 
Francisco who saw their 
teams — usually perpetual 
doormats— go to the Super 
Bowl. 

Of all areas of life, the 
entertainment world provided 
the fewest surprises. The 
Rolling Stones leaped back into 
the limelight with a wildly 
successful cross-country tour. 
REO Speed wagon had the #1 
album of the year: Hi Infidelity, 
and Kim Carnes had the top- 
selling single "Bette Davis 
Eyes". Kenny Rogers and Pat 
Benatar were voted top male 
and female recording artists 
respectively. 

With the team of George 
Lucas and Steven Spielberg 
producing and directing it, it 
was also no surprise that 
Raiders of the lost Ark was the 
top-grossing movie of the year. 
Superman II, Halloween II, 
Arthur, and Stripes also had 
successful runs. 

Finally, TV presented a few 
surprises as Hill Street Blues, 
after almost being canceled in 
its first season, won eight 
Emmys and broke into the 
Nielsen top ten. However, the 
most popular TV shows 
continued to be the old 
favorites: Dallas, 60 Minutes, 
and Three's Company. 

The combination of bad weather and a 
faltering economy made parking spaces 
easy to find at the Euchd Square Mall 
this year. 



Student Life • Activities 51 



Clubs Provide Culture, Profit, 



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Above: Senior Andy Wilson points 
out the Brazilian city he spent last 
summer in as an AFS exchange 
student. He feels that besides 
exposing him to a culture he never 
knew existed, the experience also 
gave him a greater awareness of his 
own culture. 




INVESTMENT CLUB Bottom Row:B. Chapman, B. Benedict, P. Adkins, D. 
Danzinger, T. Porten. Row 2: E. Kosten, G. Waters, T. Slavkovsky, H. Mabel, T. Ubl, 
K. Shook, D. Pinke, K. Cibrik, D. Yerman. D. Wood, J. Fitzmaurice, M. Lange,' Mr. 
Schonauer. Row 3: R. Kaucic. D. Griesmer, T. Brnjic, B. Papouras, B. Cable. V. 
Cervar, K. Bowes, J. Fratino, A. Morkunas, D. Hufford. D. Krance. 



52 Activities • AFS, Investment Club 



And Knov\^ledge 




AFS Bottom Row: K. Pfriem, C. Ghikas. 
D. Morgan, E. Caipillan. Row 2: L. 
Haverlock, J. Taylor, L. Murphy, A. 
Wilson, R. Cook. Row 3: J. Pavic, A. 
Gill. 



Left: A Euclid High student enjoys 
the facilities of NASA's Lewis 
Research Center while on a Science 
Seminar field trip. Left Center: AFS 

exchange students Christos Ghikas 
and Estella CaipiUan carry on a 
conversation about their many new 
experiences in the United States. 

While many of the clubs at 
Euclid High appeal to a 
student's sense of service, 
others, such as AFS, Science 
Seminar, and the Investment 
Club, can provide him with 
after school learning 
experiences. 

Amercian Field Service 
(AFS) members share a 
common interest in learning 
about other cultures. Through 
an exchange program, 
students are given a chance to 
do this by traveling overseas 
to live with a host family in a 
foreign country. This year, 
AFS welcomed two new 
exchange students, Estella 
Caipillan and Christos Ghikas. 
Returning from a year's stay 
in New Zealand, Julie Samuel 
was eager to exchange 
experiences with summer 
exchange students Andy 
Wilson (Brazil) and Ruth 
Cook (France). 

With a common love of 
science, members of Science 
Seminar plan trips and 
projects related to their 
interests. Among this year's 
trips was a tour of NASA's 
Lewis Research Center. 
Members are quick to point 
out that learning can be fun if 
it is looked upon as a privilege 
and not a chore. 

The Investment Club, under 
the direction of Mr. 
Schonauer, purchased thirty- 
eight shares of Commodore 
International Limited stock 
valued at $1480 this year. 
With a desire to make a 
substantial capital gain on its 
investment, the club also 
hopes to teach its members 
the basics of the American 
economy and give them a 
head start in the business 
world. 

Left Bottom: Having a shared interest 
in anything scientific, these Science 
Seminar students took an active part 
in the group's trip to NASA's Lewis 
Research Center. 



Science Seminar • Activities 53 



Getting Physical 



54 Activities • Ski Club 





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The Ski Club and the Outdoor 
Club provided EHS students the 
opportunity to "get physical" 
this year. 

While many people were 
complaining about the blustery 
weather, Euclid skiers were 
piling on thermal clothing and 
excitedly awaiting a run down 
the slopes. The Ski Club spent 
six Thursday evenings during 
the winter on the slopes of 
Boston Mills. The 90-100 
members of this year's club 
ranged from first-year novices 
to three-year veterans. Skiers 
received lessons and braved the 
slopes, from the beginner's hill 
to the "Tiger". Many members 
sold M & M's during the fall to 
pay for a January trip to the 
Cockaigne Ski Area in western 
New York. 

While some skiers felt that 
the hardest part of skiing was 
getting off a lift or making a 
graceful stop. Others worried 
about just getting their skis on. 
But everyone from the snow 
bunny to the expert skier 
eventually improved his skills 
and agreed that skiing is a great 
winter sport. 

The Outdoor Club is 
concerned with the environment 
and its protection. The members 
try to relate their concerns with 
outdoor activities. 

In the past, the club has gone 
on fall and spring camping trips 
to Madison Nature Center. The 
club also is involved with 
backpacking, cross country 
skiing, and canoeing. 

To improve the environment, 
the Outdoor Club tries not to 
cause any further environmental 
impact. The club also writes 
letters to congressmen about 
environmental problems. 

Opposite page: Michelle McKnight and 
Monica Parisi enjoy a Thursday night ski 
session at Boston Mills. Top: Ah! 
Nothing like enjoying the great outdoors! 
Middle, left: Outdoor Club members 
were caught off guard by the snowstorm 
during their weekend camping trip in 
October. Middle, right: A little frostbite 
is good for anyone! Bottom: Ski Club 
members run through fundamentals 
before challenging the slopes. 



Outdoor Club • Activities OD 



The Right To Write 



The 1981-1982 school 
publications recorded another 
year of growth and 
refinement. Providing current 
news articles, comics, record 
reviews, and a variety of 
other interesting features, 
Euclid's newsmagazine. The 
Survey, proved to be both 
informative and fun to read. 
Headed by co-editors Kal Cers 
and Mike Kucera, the paper 
experienced a major change: 
for the first time in its history 
it was sold. Even though 
business editor Sandy dicker 
did an excellent job in raising 
advertising revenue, rising 
production costs forced the 
change. 

The Euclid High literary 
magazine, the Eucuyo, also 
experienced a successful year. 
Editor-in-chief Jeff Westover 
and his staff was confronted 
with one of the largest 
amounts of material in the 
publication's history. Faculty 
sponsor Gerald Henderson 
attributes the success to the 
students' efforts and also the 
faculty sponsors and patrons. 
One club member has another 
reason for joining, though: 
"It's a great place to meet 
friends and have a lot of fun." 



literary talents as one of the many 
contributors to the Eucuyo, a 
magazine of short stories and poetry 
published annually. 





EUCUYO STAFF Row 1: D. Battle, B. Champa. B. Kupfer. 
Row 2: A. Gubitosi. L. Shei, T. Zagore, T. Zakraysek, E. 
Haupl. Row 3: S. Sezun. A. Wilson. C. Harris. M. Medley. 
Row 4: Mrs. Cowan. P. Glaser. J. Westover, Mr. Henderson. 



SURVEY STAFF Row /; R. Tice. K. Cers. P. Brown. A. 
Steele. Row 2: S. Suponcic, N. Shimonek. S. Clay. R. Yuhas. 
v. Balogh, K. Avers. Row 3:^ Gicgench. L. Vihtehc. L. 
Brisbine. K. Zettl. P. Lcasurc. Row 4: S. Hanson. M. 
Wardeincr, K. O'Brien, J. Spencer. M. Kucera. D. Moster. Not 
Pictured:M Hildebrandl, M. Barnes. S. Buettner. R. Tilly. 
T. Yecklcy. M. Speck. J. Westover. B. Daugherty. 



56 Activities • Survey 



SURVEY EDITORS Row 1: M. Speck, Feature Editor; R. Yuhas, Feature Editor; 
K. Cers, Co-Editor; Row 2: M. Kucera. Co-Editor; S. dicker, Business Editor; R. 
Tice, Photography Editor; 




SURVEY SPONSORS W. McGuinness, 5„,^,^_,. co-editor Mike Kucera puts the finishing touches on a layout for one 
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Eucuyo • Activities 57 



The Year Of 



Economy and quality were the 
two watchwords of the 1981- 
1982 Euclidian staff. 

Staff members were faced 
with the harsh economic 
reahties of hfe-inflalion and 
dechning income-as pubhshing 
costs increased 10% over last 
year and the depressed economy 
forced even traditional 
advertisers to pass up the 
opportunity to purchase space in 
this year's book. However, 
through the hard work of 
several individuals, the staff did 
manage to attract $5100 in 
revenue. The top staff salesmen 
were R.J. Budway and Mike 
Smith, who together sold $1125 
of ads to businesses in the East 
185th, East 200th, and St. Clair 
Avenue areas of Euclid. 

Since advertising money was 
down slightly and printing costs 
were up considerably, the book 
was downsized to "81/2x11" 
from the "9x12" size it had been 
before, and the number of pages 
cut back to 256 from last year's 
272, a move in keeping with 
Euclid's declining enrollment. 

Even before all the financial 
details of the 1982 Euclidian 
were decided, staff members 
were at work putting the book 
together. The staff was selected 
in the spring of 1981 and the 
theme of the book. Great 
Expectations, was chosen. Other 
themes discussed but rejected 
included Changing Times and 
Changing People, A Three Ring 
Circus, and Roots and Branches, 
among others. 

In late June 1981, Mr 
Petrovic, Euclidian adviser, 
Mark Speck, Hillary Hook, 
Laurie Han Ion, Mike Kucera, 
and Ray Tice attended a week- 
long yearbook workshop at 
Denison University. Attended by 
270 students from around Ohio, 
the workshop concentrated on 
the fundamentals of yearbook 
journalism. Armed with ideas 
from the workshop and an 
evaluation of the 1981 yearbook 
(which won a second-place 
rating in Columbia Scholastic 
Press Association judging), the 



staff went to work in the middle 
of August to produce the 
yearbook. 

To improve the quality of this 
year's book, more thought went 
into the theme section, more 
writing was included throughout 
the book, and more emphasis 
was given to "readability". For 
example, each page has a folio 
tab, stating the content of that 
page. An alphabetical index of 
the student body and faculty 
with the page numbers on 
which they appear was added to 
the end of the book, a feature 
attempted in a Euclid yearbook 
for the first time this year and 
the responsibility of Maureen 
Colling. 

As progress on the book 
continued, the various section 
editors ran into their unique 
problems. Underclass editors 
Hillary Hook and Laurie 
Hanlon had to wade through 
and alphabetize junior mugshots 
and reschedule several 
sophomore class pictures that 
didn't turn out the first time 
around. Senior section editor 
Mark Speck found that his 
almost-photographic memory of 
the faces of every member of 
the senior class came in handy, 
especially when it came to 
separating the John A. Ross's 
from the John M. Ross's. 



While the two snow days in 
January were a pleasant break 
for most EHS students, they 
almost earned activities editor 
Mike Kucera a one-way ticket 
to the funny farm as he had to 
reschedule a number of group 
shots originally planned to be 
taken on those days. Sports 
editors Dan Moster and Jim 
Ambrose attempted to improve 
the quality of the sports candids 
by making use of a new 35 mm. 
camera purchased for staff use. 
In addition, they were faced 
with the dilemma of trying to 
tell the story of a winter sports 
season that ended in early 
March on pages that had to be 
finished and sent to the printer 
on February 19th, the final 
deadline for the book. 

While the editors sweated 
over their individual problems, 
they were given support by 
many other staff members in 
various ways. For example, 
Diane Roessler sold 71 yearbook 
subscriptions, the tops on the 
staff. The inclusion of more 
writing than in past yearbooks 
meant that someone had to 
produce the copy, a problem 
solved by the efforts of George 
Thomas, Elaine Haupt, Mike 
Lange, and Jackie Majers 
among others. 




Hillary Hook, Laurie Hanlon. and Mike Kicera work on assignments at yearbook 
camp. 



58 Activities • Euclidian 



The Yearbook 





Above:\{ the office is filled, it must be 
deadline day! 

EUCLIDIAN STAFF Bottom Row: L. 

Burke, A. Langan, W. Potokar. M. 
Lange, J. Majers, A. Chanakas. Row 2: C. 
Trevarthen. A. Liggett. Lynn 
Bencivenni, G. Thomas. J. Grmovsek. P. 
Brown. A. Steele. Row 3: J. Ambrose, M. 
Colling. H. Hook. S. Tice. A. Reno, D. 
Strell. Row 4: R. Yuhas. P. Phillips. L. 
Hanlon. E. Gleisser. Row 5: E. Haupt. R. 
Tice. M. Speck. N. DiTirro. L. Galer. M. 
Smith. Row 6: R.J. Budway, A. Ponsart, 
S. Kost. M. Guarino, M. Kucera, D. 
Moster. 



Euclidian • Activities 59 



E.C.E. Students Confront 




Above: Kris Kempke exercises her 
duties as a supervisor of the pre- 
school which her Early Childhood 
Education class operates four days a 
week. 




EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION II Row 1: G. Rutkowski. P. Rice. T. Holmes. 
D. Bagwell. Row 2: L. Boyle, B. Dearden, D. Young, S. Breeden. S. Salit, L. 
Mastrobuono. Row 3: Miss Noble. T. Howsare, S. Palmer, P. Laughlin, J. Johnson. K. 
Sotka. 



60 Activities • Early Childhood Education 



The Real World 



Teaching and caring for 


Education II students 


pre-school children are only 


gained recognition at their 


a few of the duties of the 


regional and state 


girls in Early Childhood 


FHA/HERO conventions 


Education I and II classes. 


where they earned first and 


Aside from operating their 


second place ratings in the 


own pre-school four days a 


competition. To highlight 


week, the students also 


their two years of training, 


raise and donate money to 


a banquet was held near 


needy institutions. This 


the end of the school year. 


year's recipients of the 


Sponsors Edna Noble and 


donations included Rainbow 


Pat Arko agree that besides 


Babies' and Childrens' 


giving their students 


Hospital, the Cancer and 


knowledge that they will 


Leukemia foundation, and 


put to good use in the 


two needy South American 


future, their classes give 


. children. 


them each great personal 


Early Childhood 


satisfaction. 



Left: Mindy Simon and Terri Moster 
take a .short break from their childcare 
assignments. Below: Jacci Johnson 
entertains one of the many pre-school 
children her Early Childcare Education 
class guides. 




EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION II Row 1: J. Breining, 
K. Kempke. Row 2: P. Plavcan, T. Moster, S. Jones, G. 
Newell. Row 3: Mrs. Arko, A. Hudson, C. Botts. J. Mast, B. 
Black, L. Taylor, M. Simon. Missing: J. Suttle, E. Terzano, S. 
Breeden. 



Early Childhood Education • Activities 61 



Work-Study Classes Give 



Right: Mr. Homovec and his DCT class 
take a morning lunch break at one of 
the local restaurants. 

In 1982, Euclid High continued 
to offer students an alternative 
to the traditional school day in 
the form of work-study 
programs. Diversified 
Cooperative Training, 
Distributive Education, 
Occupational Work Experience, 
and Cooperative Office 
Education, better known as 
DCT, DE, OWE, and COE, are all 
designed to meet this need. 
Under these programs, students 
attend school for half of a day to 
fulfill their graduation 
requirements. The remaining 
half of the day is spent working 
in local businesses and 
industries to practice job skills 
and gain work experience. As 
part of their programs, students 
take field trips to businesses 
related to their studies and 
attend employer luncheons and 
conventions. To raise money to 
help finance many of their trips 
and projects, these classes held a 
variety of successful fundraisers 
including bake, candy, and 
flower sales and car washes. 





OWE I Bottom Row: V. Robertson. D. Corbett. K. Corbett, K. 
Buehner. Row 2: M. Broccone, L. Shay. J. Buehner. Row 3: J. 
Schauer, J. Salamone, J. Kinsley. T. Franklin, M. Markiewicz, 
G. Weber. J. Deatsch, J. Springer. 



COE Bottom Row: D. Yerman, D. Lorence. K. Trbovich, S. 
Fuerst, D. West. C. Walsh, L. Hall. Row 2: C. Warman. C. 
Bognar, J. Brown, J. Cater. L. Cek. T. Koester. K. Erne. 



62 Activities • OWE, COE 



Practical Experience 




DCT Bottom Row: F. Colin, K. Rawlings. D. Chiudioni. Row 
2: B. Wolons, S. Reiman, S. Clay. Row 3: T. Braddock. T. 
Civitarese, B. Huber. Row 4: J. Cherne, R. Smoot, C. Bukvic. 
Row 5: M. Pantages, M. Sugar, L. Thompson. Row 6: Mr. 
Homovec, L. Fitzpatrick. 




DE Bottom Row: K. Cooney, R. Green, L. Christopher, K. 
Connerton, P. Albanese. Row 2: Lusky, J. Ludwig, S. 
Blankenship, P. Dutko, J. Avcin, C. Walls, R. Highsmith, T. 
Wall, N. Barich. 



OWE II Bottom Row: Y. Miller. Row 2: T. Scaife, V. 
Bevacqua, J. Koren. Row 3: D. Jazbec, M. Poplstein, M. Kane, 
M. Chinchar. Row 4:K. Schroeder, A. Walch. B. Wieszalski. 
RowS:h. Snyder, B. Cunningham, S. Bruno, R. Wagner. 



DE, DCT, OWE • Activities 63 



Getting To The 



n Raguz and Tom Banning get 
to the nuts and bolts of an old 




VOCATIONAL MACHINES I Sealed.P. Massaro, P. Jablonski. 
Row 2: J. Richardson, E. Beros. M. Uvegas. A. Werle, B. Naizel. 
R. Hampton. B. Mita. T. Reinbrecht. Row 3: G. Brown, J. 
Furman, B. Peterson, Mr. Simpson, A. Mulraney, J. McElwain, 
M. Miller. Row 4: D. Marvin, J. Konchan. Absent: K. Kibler, J. 
Behm, A. Mascio. 



VOCATIONAL MACHINES II Row 1: G. Kanios, P. 
Thornton, D. Cononie, G. Kuhar. Row 2:^1. Schiffbauer. E. 
Thomas, M. Murray, R. Burya. D. Horvat. Row 3:B. Piatt, 
T. Brnjic, D. Kirchner, G. Waters. Row 4: D. Grav, P. 



64 Activities • Vocational Machines 



Nuts And Bolts 




Top Left: Mr. Goebel explains the 
finer points carburator adjustment 
to Dave McCarty. Top Right: Ken 
Konet takes his classroom knowledge 
into the shop as he puts the finishing 
touches on a brake job. Bottom: Al 
Kozlowski gets the lowdown on 
frontend work. 



Getting to the nuts and 
bolts is exactly what the 
Vocational Machine and 
Automotive classes do best. 
These students participate in 
a two year program which 
gives them practical job 
experience while still in 
school. In their four-period 
classes, students learn the 
technical theory of machinery 
or automobiles as well as 
having the opportunity to 
apply that theory to projects 
using the equipment available 
at the high school. 



AUTO I: Row 1: Mr. Goebel, S. Barnard, R. Maxwell, J. 
Plesko, J. Sajn, J. Kucmanic, S. Bisalko, S. Maitland, T. 
Kierney, D. Rhamy. Row 2: D. O'Donnell, R. Mueller, M. 
Eros, J. Weissfuss, J. Zingle, T. Wooten. W. Himes, B. 
Krcal, G. Sopko. 



AUTO II: Row 1: S. Raguz, J. Albertone, J. Bruening. Row 2: K. 
Konet, T. Virt, J. Kovach, T. Banning, J. Carter, D. McCarty, D. 
Fowle, R. Muir, J. Ross, J. Tomorowitz, G. Budnar, L. Zakrajsek, 
J. Dombrosky. Row 3: A. Kozlowski, F. Wendel, S. Satava, S. 
Rose, D. Hufford. Missing: D. Radatz. 



Vocational Automotives • Activities 65 



Colors And Curls 




Aho\e: Tracey Hammond practices her 
craft on Kathy Rupcic. After their senior 
year, they will be eligible to take the 
state beautician exam. 

Right: The talents of the vocational art 
students were used to paint a mural in 
the E-room this year. 



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66 Activities • Cosmetology 



COSMETOLOGY I CLASS F. 

Bellemy, J. Breeding, G. Brewer, J. 
Brown, C. Burris, L. Capretta, D. 
DeMark, V. Fussell, L. Gamber, J. 
Immke, L. Leasure, K. Ludvik, B. 
McArthur, C. Roberts, I. Simicak, K. 
Schulz, R. Stewart, T. Pirsil, T. 
Thomas, M. Watkins, R. Wiegand, T, 
Winters, C. Wilson. 



COSMETOLOGY II CLASS S. Bolger, S. 
Carter, M. Debevc, L. Dorennus, K. 
Frasher, T. Hanmond, D. Harmon, D. 
Jeric, C. Medves, C. Moore, J. Moore, N. 
Patterson, S. Reider, K. Rupcic, C. 
Sandor, B. Strle, S. Unick, V. Ventura, R. 




The vocational art students 
are a group of aspiring, young 
artists who are given the chance 
to excel in their skills through a 
two-year program. This year 
they shared their talents by 
painting a mural in the E-room 
representing every class in the 
school. 

At the Euclidian Beauty 
College, students from the high 
school spend half their day 
studying the skills of beautician 
work under the direction of Mr. 
Lou DiPaolo. They will 
eventually qualify to take an 
exam to obtain their state 
licenses for cosmetology. 



VOCATIONAL ART I Bottom Row:S. Hrvatin, H. Jones, M. 
Modic, K. Beutler, P. Pavlina. Row 2: R. Wilson, P. Leasure, 
D. Latkowski, F. Bauck, S. Simmons, J. Koucky, C. Lane. 



VOCATIONAL ART II Bottom Row: Mr Patton, K 
Campbell, K. Ray, D. Riedel. Row 2: R. Roeder, D. lannicca, 
L. Brewster, M. McKnight, K. Malinowski, M. Pfleger, N. 
Wonderly, D. Just, D. McKain. 



Vocational Art • Activities 67 



Busy Fingers 



The Vocational Clerk-Typist 
and Stenography programs 
are two-year classes for four 
periods each day. The 
students learn and develop 
specific business skills. 

The class members all 
belong to the Ohio Office 
Education Association. The 
funds for this club are 
supplied by various money- 
making activities. Through 
this club, class members 
participate in regional 
contests and attend banquets. 

Each of the classes also 
performs a civic duty, such as 
Christmas parties for the 
handicapped, as part of their 
earlier projects. 

Right: Terri Smiddy, Michelle 
Drasler, and Chris Lauria take a 
break for conversations. Strong 
friendships are one of the results of 
two-year, four period vocational 
classes. Far right: Sandy dicker 
begins to attack an assignment in her 
Steno II class. 




STENOGRAPHY I Bottom Row: G. Cefaratti, B. Masera, L. 
Jordan, T. Williams. Kow .2; C. Spooner, P. Lynch, L. Morris, 
T. Palumbo, R. Heimberger. Row 3: C. Beuck, D. Szukalski, 
G. Griswold, L. Tinelli. K. Tianello. D. Conner, C. Dular, L. 
Yuko, S. Kernz, A. Mersnik. 



STENOGRAPHY H Bottom Row: M. Matras. S. Szalay, A. 
Griffis, J. Valentine, L. Keith, D. Snook. K, Cibrik, Mrs. Rash. 
Row 2:S. Fedakowski, S. Millhof. M. Drasler. T. Smiddy, C. 
Lauria, M. Kacperski, D. Furman, S. Clicker. 



68 Activities • Stenography 





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CLERK-TYPISTS II Bottom Row: L. Seidel, L. Plevelich, 
T. Oberaitis, Mrs. Dussina. Row2:R. Rizzo, H. Schultz, R. 
Hahn, C. Sapatko, M. Mikovic, L. Powell, K. Glover, C. 
Conway, D. Reid. 



CLERK-TYPISTS I Bottom Row: C. Burnette. P. Lilley, D. 

Piatt. K. Holley. Row 2: L. Ziegler. K. Hoffman, T. Taylor, 
S. Turner, L. Hoffart, B. Black. 



Clerk-Typists • Activities 69 



Punch It! 




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fi 





DATA PROCESSING I Bottom Row: L. Rhone, A. Mclnally, 
K. Brown, C. Testa, K. Trebec, D. Nacinovich. Row 2: R. 
Reho, S. Arnold, D. Juratovac, P. Rossman, M. Scheid, R. 
Kumar. Row 3: B. Oberle, M. Beggs, A. Jones, J. Baromir, M. 
D'Anna, C. Smith, Miss Rutkowski. 



DATA PROCESSING II Bottom Row:T. Hennen. R. Cowie, 
D. Massaro, J. Minardo. G. Opacich. Row2:T>. Blackman. C. 
Colton, P. Clark, T. Naglic. P. Spence, R. Jackson. J. 
Catalano, M. Izquicrdo, C. Smith. Absent: R. Hughes. 



70 Activities • Data Processing 





Opposite page:"! love it!" Dina Massaro works out her 
aggressions on the key punch machine. Lett: Mrs. 
Wandersleben helps Keith Young work through an 
accounting problem. Below, /eft; Cheryl Smith adds a little 
data of her own in her Data Processing II class. Below, right: 
Data Processing II president Joe Minardo practices his 
relaxing-after-a-hard- day-at-the-office technique. 




One thing that Vocational Accounting and 
Data Processing students learn is that the phrase 
punch it can be applied to business machines as 
well as gas pedals. 

The students in these classes sponser money- 
raising projects to finance activities relating to 
their club. As members of the Ohio Office 
Education Association, they participate in , 

contests and attend meetings and banquets. ; 

Each of the classes also performs service 
projects, such as Christmas parties for the 
handicapped. This year, the data processing 
classes ran the United Way campaign at the 
school. 



ACCOUNTING U Bottom Row: D. Wyman, W. Rembert, V, 
Walker. N. Caplick, T. Andresky. Row 2:B. Schulz, L. Jones, 
K. Young, L. Harrah, S. Yeckley, K. Gordon, C. Bornds, J. 
Mayerhofer, Absent D. Hegedus. 



Accounting • Activities 71 




Above: Passing a quiz in Mr. 
Dzerowicz's class always counts as a 
minor victory. Far right: Miss B 
proves that it is possible to watch TV 
and do homework at the same time. 
Right center: Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. 
Barker catch up on some lesson 
planning. Left center: That was the 
last student who came tardy to Mr. 
Ramlow's health class. Left: Mr. 
Federici finds the music to his liking 
at the 50's dance. 



72 Divider Faculty 



'I would like my students to develop a 
healthy respect for themselves and 
others through the knowledge and 
skills they learn in my classes 
throughout the year.' 

— Mrs. Carter, health and physical education teacher 

'It is my expectation that my classes, 
along w^ith myself, w^ill have a very 
pleasurable and w^orthw^hile 
experience learning mathematics.' 

— Mr. Serra, math teacher 



'I expect to enjoy all my classes to an 
unprecedented degree. In addition, I 
am expecting my students to gain 
much know^ledge of themselves as w^ell 
as to progress far in their academic 
pursuits.' 



— Mr. Hoffert, social studies teacher 




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Faculty Divider 73 



Hard Times 




Above: Superintendent of Schools 
Ernest Husarik thanks student 
council president Doug Grosel, Euclid 
mayor Anthony Giunta, and EHS 
principal Dr. Jerry Bergem for their 
active support during the school levy 
campaign. Right: EUCLID BOARD 
OF EDUCATION Seated: Shirley M. 
Nurmi, vice-president; Walter N. 
Schwegler, president; Mary K. King. 
Standing: Daniel P. Flowers, Denise 
Grace-Turek. 



74 Faculty • Board Of Education 



Seated: Principal Dr. Jerry Bergem. Standing: Assistant Principals Prank Troglia 
and Ruth Smith. 





Superintendent Husarik and Dr. Bergem take time out of their busy schedules to 
attend the OWE Christmas party. 



After successfully negotiating ■] 
a new two-year contract with ' 
Euclid teachers to begin the 
1981-1982 school year, the 
Euclid school system fell upon 
hard times as Euclid voters 
rejected a school levy in two 
successive fall elections. 

Contract negotiations with the 
Euchd Teachers Association 
went down to the wire, with the 
teachers voting to accept a new 
two-year contract on August 
30th. The first day of school was 
August 31st. Under the terms of 
the new contract, teachers were . 
granted a 9% pay increase this 
year, making their starting 
salary $13,700, and a 8.5% 
increase next year. 

With one problem solved, the 
Board and Superintendent 
Husarik turned their attention to 
the issue of school financing. 
Threatened with decreases in 
state and federal funding and 
faced with increased operating 
expenses, the Board placed a 5.9 
mill levy on the ballot in a 
September 29th special election, 
only to have it rejected by a 
3,796 to 5,228 margin. 

Undaunted, the Board 
resubmitted the levy in the 
November general election. 
Although the Board members 
and Superintendent Husarik 
campaigned tirelessly, winning 
the endorsement of practically 
every local political figure and 
community group, voters again 
turned the levy down by a vote 
of 8,409 to 9,906. 

While voters rejected the 
school levy, they did elect two 
new school board members in 
November to replace the 
retiring Joseph Sustersic and 
Donald Smith. Denise Grace- 
Turek, a former teacher and 
librarian, and Daniel Flowers, a 
computer programmer, were the 
top vote-getters in a field of 
seven running to fill the vacated 
spots. 



Superintendent, Principals • Faculty 75 



The Xisteners 




Ir. William McGuinness, 12th grade 
.linit principal; Mr. Robert Lombardo, 
11th grade unit principal; Mr. Dominic 
saPederici, lOth.grade unit principal. 



ity''«''UHit'l*rinc]J , 



The peer counceling program 
was formed last year to help 
students confront their 
problems. It consists of a group 
of thirty interested students who 
have been trained at intensive 
weekend training sessions in 
January. 

The peer counselors have 
learned how to help others by 
Jening, getting to know their 
llings, giving information on 
lig abuse, alcoholism, and 
other personal problems, and 
at being there to talk to. 
fee peer counselors don't give 
Kiee or tell students what to 
ad they let them think 
^iabout all of the 

ions and outcomes 
inp.. They also 
more 
needed. 

ncluded 




rs • Faculty 



English: A Foreign 
Language 




For most students, English 
class is a bore. As a native Ameri- 
can, you know how to speak it and 
write it. So what's the purpose of 
it? However, if you are not a na- 
tive American, English class 
makes all the sense in the world. 

A January article in the Survey 
revealed that 5% of Euclid High 
students speak another language 
other then English and that 
speakers of 23 different languages 
can be found among the student 
body. Senior Mike Paparizos, for 
instance, is a native speaker of 
Greek, having immigrated here in 
1978 from Nestorion, a small town 
in northern Greece. Although 
Mike . did not study English in 
Greece, he has picked up the lan- 
guage quite well since he arrived 
in America although he still some- 
times has problems with vocabu- 
lary and dialects while watching 
TV shows. 



When Linda Shei came to 
America from Taiwan, she 
couldn't understand what her 
teachers were saying in class. 
Since then, she has become an ex- 
cellent speaker of English and no 
longer finds language to be a det- 
riment to success in the class- 
room, although she says her A.P. 
Physics class is pretty tough "be- 
cause the material is pretty hard 
to understand." 

While most members of this 
year's senior class were wander- 
ing around the halls of EHS as 
sophomores in the fall of 1979, ju- 
nior Thanh Tran was wandering 
through the South China Sea in a 
boat with 150 other Vietnamese in 
search of freedom. Raised in Sai- 
gon, Thanh was exposed to Eng- 
lish as a child through the pres- 
ence of American troops during 
the Vietnam War. After he es- 
caped from Vietnam in 1979. 



Thanh's boat landed in Malaysia. 
The Malaysian government, how- 
ever, refused to take in the refu- 
gees, forcing them back out to sea. 
In the confusion, Thanh was sepa- 
rated from his parents, who even- 
tually made their way to Austra- 
lia. Back out at sea, Thanh was 
picked up by an Italian ship, and 
after spending eight months in 
Italy, was located and brought to 
Cleveland by an older brother and 
sister who had immigrated here 
earlier. 

As a newly arrived immigrant, 
Thanh still has difficulty with 
English vocabulary; Even music 
lyrics, he says, often give him 
trouble. It isn't surprising, then, 
that he finds geometry — a class 
that most students would say is 
taught in some language other 
than English — to be his easiest 
class. 



78 Faculty • English 



Below, left-Thanh Tran gets ready for another battle with Enghsh 
in Mr. Black's Reading Review class. Below.-Mrs. Black gives some 
extra help to Thanh, who finds speaking English harder than com- 
prehending it. 



Below: The senior Honors English classes took several trips to 
the Cleveland Playhouse this year. Below, center: Members of 
Mrs. McLaughlin's drama classes put on skits for parents during 
Open House. 




Marybeth Mikovic and Scott Rose entertain 
parents with an Open House skit. 



ENGLISH TEACHERS Front Row: Mrs. Emelie Gale, Miss Jane Blabolil, Mrs. 
Dolores Black, Mrs. Norma Cowan, Mrs. Barbara Ramlow, Mrs. Jane Gibson, Miss 
Susan Harris, Miss Barbara Spiga, Miss Jane Lellis, Mr. Frank Mularo, Mrs. Judith 
McLaughlin. Row2:Mr. Stan Bender, Mr. Justin Antonini, Mr. Gerald Henderson, Mr. 
Robert Petrovic, Mrs. Janet Severino. 



English • Faculty 79 



A Tale Of 
Two Statesmen 



Two statesmen made appear- 
ances at Euclid High School ths 
year. Portrayed by actor Richard 
Blake, Abraham Lincoln held a 
one-period press conference in 
the auditorium on December 9th. 
The stay of the other statesman, 
social studies teacher Mr. William 
DeMora, has lasted a bit long- 
er — 23 years to be exact — the last 
8 of which he has also filled as 
Euclid's Ward 1 councilman. 

The Abraham Lincoln show 
was sponsered by the Lincoln Na- 
tional Life Insurance Company 
and provided students with the 
opportunity to meet "first-hand" 
the sixteenth President of the 
United States. Richard Blake, the 
actor who protrayed Lincoln, has 
given 4,000 Lincoln recreations 
and is considered one of the fore- 
most authorities on the President. 

In a question-and-answer peri- 
od included in the program, John 
Hribar asked if Lincoln consid- 
ered himself an idealist. In a roun- 
dabout statement, the President 
said that he thought of himself as 
a realist. When asked by Lou Bar- 
tulovic if the suspension of civil | 
liberties during the Civil War was j 
really needed, Lincoln replied ' 
that they were necessary to pre- 
serve the Union. 

Closer to our own times and 
homes, social studies teacher Mr. 
William DeMora became interest- 
ed in politics when he was urged 
by his students to run for a seat on 
the city council. Since his election 
eight years ago, DeMora has 
found that his presence on council 
has helped him to be more effec- 
tive and knowledgeable in the 
classroom about governmental af- 
fairs. 




80 Faculty • Social Studies 



Below, left: Brooklyn and Euclid were the 
only Cleveland area high schools treated 
to Richard Blake's Lincoln show. Bottom, 
left: Blake captured the look and manner 
as well as the thought of President Lin- 
coln. Bottom, center: Blake accepts the ap- 



plause of the American Studies classes 
after his performance. Below, center: Mr. 
William DeMora believes in practicing 
what he preaches. He has served for eight 
years on Euclid's city council. Below, 
rigbt:MT. DeMora brings the experience of. 



an active councilman into his class discus- 
sions. Presently, he considers the renova- 
tion of the downtown area of Euclid and 
the return of businesses to be the city's 
biggest challenge. Bottom, right: Mr. De- 
Mora's interest in a council post grew out 
of a dare from his students eight years ago. 





SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS Bottom 
Bow: Mr. David Schonauer, Mr. Alex 
Dzerowitz, Mrs. Mary Jagger, Mr. Leonard 
Weisenberg. Row2:Mt. Jeff Hartman, Mr. 
Michael Burns. Standing: Mr. Prank Hof- 
fert, Dr. Earl McNeilly, Mr. Wayne Smith, 
Mr.John Kalka.Mr. Roger Brown, Mr. 
James Kelly, Dr. Ronald Powaski. Absent- 
Mr. William DeMora, Mr.Michael Raice- 
vich. 



Social Studies • Faculty 81 



Computer Children 



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dent interest in compute py ISe 
number of computer science': 
ctasses'was-increased from one:' 
to four this year. 
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MATHEMATICS TEACHERS Seated: 

Mr. Richard Rackovan, Miss Margaret 
Uhry, Mrs. Jacqueline Toth, Mrs. Adona 
Miskinis, Mr. Donald Rinkes. Standing: 
Mr. Fred Sallach, Mr. Carl Clements, Mr. 
Charles Reno, Mr. William Foisel, Mr. 
Adam Pawlowski, Mr. Paul Serra. 




82 Faculty • Mathematics 





SCIENCE TEACHERS Front Row: Mr. 

Sheldon Freedman. Mr. William Foisel, 
Mr. William Starr, Mr. Frank Soltesz, Mr. 
Donald Steinbrink. Row 2: Mrs. Nancy 
Motz, Mrs. Marilyn Lucas, Mr. Stan Bend- 
er. Mr. William Von Benken, Mr. John 
Barcza. Mr. Ronald Backos, Mr. William 
Gooding. Absent: Mr. Daniel Francetic. 



Science • Faculty 83 




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Art, Music • Faculty 85 



Top: Club! 

Right: In general, girls stayed around 
the sidelines during the basketball 
games in gym class since they found the 
boys a bit too rough. 

One of the effects of the 
women's rights movement is the 
complete equahty of boys' and 
girls' physical education classes- 
in other words, co-ed gym. 

As expected, it was the boys 
who looked at the humorous 
side of the question. John 
Meyers, a junior, said, "I think 
co-ed gym is great, especially if 
jogging is the subject." Phil 
Rose, another junior, agreed 
with John and asked that there 
be co-ed locker rooms, too. 

The girls took the serious side 
of the argument. Amy Wilson 
said, "I think it depends on the 
sport being played. Things like 
football and basketball are too 
rough. But other sports like 
swimming and volleyball would 
be fun." Destiny Morgan 
probably summed up the 
feelings of many students when 
she said, "I think gym should be 
abohshed altogether co-ed or 
not." 

Ms. Patricia Buck 

Mrs. Arlene Carter 

Mr. Harold Daugherty 

Mrs. Audree Pox 

Mrs. Teresa Galicki 



Mr. Daniel Maxson 

Mr. Robert Ramlow 

Mr. Joseph Rodriguez 

Mr. Peter Schwenke 

Mrs. Veronica Stadler 




86 Faculty • Physical Education 




Above: Debbie Bagwell shows that 
she can be more than a match for the 
boys when it comes to basketball. 
Left: Volleyball was one of the sports 
in which girls felt they could compete 
with the boys. 



Physical Education • Faculty 87 



It's A Man's World? 



One of the last bastions of 
male supremacy is the high 
school industrial arts class, 
right? Wrong! In increasing 
numbers, girls are enrolling in 
these traditionally male 
classes. 

For example, Mr. Martin's 
drafting class attracts many 
girls, such as senior Renee Ev- 
ans, who take the class because 
it teaches skills they may need 
in future careers. How does it 
feel being in a man's world? Re- 
nee concedes that she encoun- 
tered some initial surprise from 
her counselor and the teacher 
when she first expressed an in- 
terest in taking the class. 

Cindy Parker and Lenore 
Brown, however, don't find any 
problems in their industrial arts 
classes. In fact, Lenore says, "It 
is kind of an advantage (being a 
girl) because the teacher might 
expect better work from the 
guys than me." 

Above. rigbt:This is what you expect to 
see in a shop class. Above, center: But 

this is becoming a common sight, too. 
Right: Steve Knack manages to keep 
his head when the equipment breaks 
down. Center; Lenore Brown found her 
sex to be no barrier to her in General 
Shop. Far right: "Vom D'Anna mans the 
presses in Graphic Arts. 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHERS: Front 

Row: Mr. James Goebel, Mr. Embert Mar- 
tin, Mr. John Germock, Mr. Ronald Cham- 
bers. Row 2: Mr. Aloysius Galicki, Mr. 
Raymond Montani, Mr. James Simpson, 
Mr. Milton Kadlec, Mr. Richard Hunger- 
ford, Mr. Clifford Kirchner. 




88 Faculty • Industrial Arts 





BUSINESS TEACHERS Seated: Mrs. El- 
eanor Wiegand, Mrs. Carolyn Wandersle- 
ben, Mrs. Diane Dussina. Mrs. Charlotte 
Bensusan, Standing: Mrs. Carol Williams, 
Mr. Ronald Seymour, Mrs. Toni Rash, Miss 
Nancy Rutkowski, Mrs. Jill Zimmerman, 
Mr. Ralph Sibert. Mr. Thomas Davis, Mrs. 
Ellen Klein, Mr. Marc Manburg. Absent: 
Mrs. Mane Harshman, Mr. Richard Homo- 
vec. 



Business • Faculty 89 



eeting The Media 




With over 30,000 books, 
extensive magazine and 
pamphlet collections, and study 
carrels in which students can 
make use of tapes and single 
loop projectors, the school 
library gives Euclid High 
students plenty of opportunities 
to meet the media. 

In addition, the school has 
been expanding its use of video 
tape recorders. Supervised by 
media technician Kui't Banford, 
their use has increased 
significantly as different 
academic departments acquire 
more video tapes. In fact, the 
steadily decreasing cost of VTR 
units and increasing availability 
of of educational video tapes 
may soon make the movie 
projector a thing of the past in 
the high school classroom. 

Above, left: Mrs. Torzewski turns 
preparations for the school year into a 
family enterprise. Left: As media 
technician, Mr. Kurt Banford is 
responsible for the scheduling and 
maintenance of the school's audio-visual 




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l^fti LIBRARY STAFF Mrs, Merry 
''fer, Mrs. Peggy Torzewski, Mrs. 
jhleen Binning, Mrs. Mary Jane 
lerlock, Mrs. Margaret Lucas. 



Library • Faculty 91 



The Mix Masters 



Question: Are girls the only 
people who can cook? Answer: 
No! In fact, well over 50% of the 
Home Arts classes are com- 
posed of boys. 

"I think this class is great," 
stated Bill Castrovince, a junior 
in Mrs. Barker's cooking class. 
Although there are a few boys 
who take the class to meet girls 
or because they think it is an 
easy credit, most feel that it is 
important to learn the proper 
way to cook and found that 
Mrs. Barker taught them many 
practical survival skills. 

Above: Since when does my head look 
like an app/e .'Having boys in a cooking 
class guarantees a certain amount of 
horseplay. Right:Ta\k about a caie as- 
signment! Right, center: Blecch! You 
mean I have to eat the stuff, too.'?! Op- 
posite page: B\U Castrovince, Matt Her- 
nan, Aubrey Ward, Ken Ospelt, and 
Chris Hughes score a victory in their 
gingerbread house assignment. 





LEARNING DISABILITIES TEACHERS HOME ARTS TEACHERS Mrs. Jan Carlson, Mrs. Vmita O'Donnell, Mrs 
Miss Wilma Carroll, Mrs. Barbara Gates. Barker, Miss Edna Noble, Mrs. Patricia Arko. 



92 Faculty • Learning Disabilities, Home Arts 




SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS Mr. David Saywell, Miss OWE TEACHERS Mr. Gregory Sattler, Mr. Frank Hoffart. 
Joyce Haffer, Mr. William Attamante. 



Special Education, OWE • Faculty 93 




SECRETARIES Bottom Row: Mrs. Fran Hall, Mrs. Joan 
Linderman, Mrs. Rose Davies. Row 2: Mrs. Amy Bell, Mrs. 
Rosalie Felte, Mrs. Judy Paul. Row 3: Mrs. Polly 
McRedmond. Mrs. Virginia Arko, Mrs. Jan Kehn. Absent: 
Mrs. Rosemarie Tonn. 



PARAPROFESSIONALS Bottom Row: Mr. Kermit Stemple. 
Mrs. Pal Gibbons. Row 2: Mr. Charles Lardomita. Mrs. 
Dorothy Whaling, Mr. Paul Laurio. Mrs. Catherine 
Campolieti. Row 3: Mr. Jack Lardomita, Mrs. Adelyn Rose, 
Mrs. Ethel Barbish, Mrs. Thelma Imm, Mrs. Pat Turk.' 



94 Faculty • Paraprofessionals, Secretaries 




The secretaries, para- 
professionals, school treasurer, 
and school nurse are some of 
the people who serve behind 
the scenes to make EHS 
work. 

The secretaries help the 
faculty members keep a 
handle on the normal flow of 
paperwork. The 
paraprofessionals help to keep 
order in the halls between 
classes and in the cafeteria 
during lunch. 

School treasurer, Mrs. 
Dorothy Barry, collects fees 
and keeps the various school 
accounts straight. Finally, 
Mrs. Fellman, the school 
nurse, provides aid and 
comfort to the students who 
find themselves overcome 
with sick stomachs right 
before big math tests. 



Top, center: See, Mrs. Barbish 
actually can .smile! Top. right: Jack 
Lardomita keeps the E-room pool 
tables running to capacity during 
lunch periods. Left: Mrs. Linderman 
is about to disappear into the copy 
machine room where, with the help 
of hobbits and gnomes, she produces 
hundreds of thousands of pages of 
tests, quizzes, and study guides each 
year. 



SCHOOL IVUBSE Mrs. Regina Fellman SCHOOL TREASURER Mrs. Dorothy 

Barry 



Nurse • Treasurer • Faculty 95 



Ask any student what his 
favorite class is and invariably 
he will answer "lunch". In fact, 
some even manage to attend 
two or three times a day! 

Lunch is a time to get 
together with friends and enjoy 
their company along with the 
great cafeteria food. 

The addition of vending 
machines this year did away 
with the problem of long 
cafeteria lines, especially a 
problem for those who just 
wanted to buy a sandwich, ice 
cream, or some snack. In 
combining food with speed, the 
vending machines proved to be 
an advantageous addition. 

Top: Here they come! Right: And to 

think I got a job because I was sick of 
washing dishes! 




Right: CAFETERIA WORKERS Bottom 
Row:R. Haines, J. Baehr, J. Skolaris, P. 
Turk, C. Kuzmic, L. Brow. Row 2: W. 
Modic, F. Tavenier, L. Nominey. C. 
McDonough. C. Leu. S. Matuch, J. 
Erickson, D. Parsons. Row 3: C. Gervasi, 
M. Markovich, B. Apanasewicz, M. 
Ugeleit. M. Damberger, V. Cottos, E. 
Yehl, M. Black, M. Ovsek, M. Brooks, L. 
Meyers. L. Glavac. 




96 Faculty • Cafeteria 




Come! Enjoy! 



Above: Students developed their own 
techniques in deahng with the new 
vending machines. Lisa Tousel 
prefers the "strength-in-numbers" 
method while Ken Schmeltzer 
(middle) uses the direct approach. 
Tim Kuhen (bottom) prefers to "hit 
and run" 



Cafeteria • Faculty 97 




Above: Another drive bites the dust as 
Euclid's running back is stopped short 
of a first down by South's defense. Far 
right: Like the varsity, the JV basket- 
ball team saw their teannwork and 
hours of practice pay off in a successful 
season. Right center; Euclid crowds the 
net in a game against Upper Arlington. 
Left center:The soccer team's drive for 
a state championship was halted in a 
double overtime "shoot out" against 
Akron Firestone. Far left: Trailing 
Mentor all season, the boys' cross coun- 
try team settled for a second place in 
the GCC. 



98 Sports Divider 




'We have a young team, but it 
consists of skilled players. 
We expect to improve greatly as 
the season progresses.' 



-Mr. Seymour, varsity tootball coach 



'Led by returning players and 
new talent, Euclid's volleyball 
team will be tough as nails." 

-Miss Paderewslii, varsity volleyball coach 

'I think that this is one of the 

better teams 

we've had at Euclid. 

Right now, they're proving they 

have the potential to be an 

outstanding team.' 

-Mr. Dougherty, varsity basketball coach 




Divider Sports 99 



A Trying Season 



The varsity football team ended 
the season with a 2-8 record, tied 
for sixth in the GCC. The team 
was plagued by turnovers all sea- 
son, and the offense got a late 
start, finally coming around in the 
game with South. The diehard 
players maintained their willing- 
ness to compete, their positive at- 
titudes, and their physical tough- 
ness and intensity inspite of their 
disappointing record. Coach Sey- 
mour said they were the most co- 
operative team he had ever 
coached. 

The seniors that played dis- 
played great courage and leader- 
ship, and much was gained by the 
underclassmen in the way of ex- 
perience. 

The squad was a different team 
after the season's finale, a 7-6 vic- 
tory over North. The offense had 
improved considerably, and the 
underclassmen had more courage 
and experience than at the sea- 
son's start. 

Team captain Bryan Smith won 
the MVP Award, and Paul Pal- 
lante, who gained 110 yards on 33 
carries in one game, was voted Ju- 
nior MVP. Lou Nieves was the 
outstanding offensive lineman, 
and Jeff Brown received the 
Champion-of-the-Year Award. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

Euclid Opponent 






Lake Catholic 


21 



7 


St. Joseph 
Geneva 


31 
10 





Mentor 


7 


6 

3 


Maple Heights 
Willoughby South 
Bedford 


13 

20 

6 


12 


Brush 


■ 


3 

7 


Mayfield 
Eastlake North 

Season Record: 2-8 


19 
6 




The fatigue seen on Keith Mahovlic's face shows the effort thai each player put into 
every game. 



100 Sports • Varsity Football 



Paul Pallante won a MVP Award for his rushing efforts during the year. 




Varsity Football Team Bottom Row:D. Hufford. J. Davies, E. Wesley. J. Speer. M. Hardy. K. Durst. D. Grosel. T. Pappalardo. B. Cable, 
B. Pavlovski. Row2:L. Rowland. D. Skiljan, W. Skora, T. Povirk, B. Smith, R. Rohlke, B. Rinderle. S. Barnard, G. Caplick. Row3:T. 
Deason. C. Eyman. P. McGraw. L. Nieves. M. Szmania. J. Richardson, P. Bernacki, P. Pallante, A. Ward. Row 4: J. Barndt, T. Doyle. G. 
Jakubauskas. D. Rojeck, S. Sanford, J. Minissale, K. Mahlovic, P. Kehn. Row 5:F. Bauck, D. Morek. J. Hribar. S. Jones. V. Martin, R. 
Johnson, J. Brown. 



Varsity Football • Sports 101 




Above: A relaxed atmosphere conceals 
hidden tensions as the players dress for a 
game. Above, cen/er; Willoughby South's 
tough defense shut down Euclid's running 
game as they cruised to a 20-0 victory. 
Above, right: Time out. guys! Opposite 
page, middle: George Caphck and Lou 
Nieves reflect the frustration of a 2-8 sea- 
son. Opposite page, below: Although Eu- 
clid broke some big plays during the sea- 
son, the lack of a consistent offense meant 
that touchdowns were few and far be- 
tween. 




102 Sports • Varsity Football 









Game-By-Game Summary 



vs. JLaire Catholic: Euclid 
gained 188 yards to Lake's 
163 and held the ball twice as 
long but was killed by a fum- 
ble recovery and an inter- 
ception return, both for TD's. 
Lake won 21-0. 
vs. St. Joe's: A tough game! 
Penalties totaled 241 yards! 
Euclid was held to 77 yards 
and beaten 31-0 on big plays. 
vs. Geneva: Euclid scored its 
first TD of the season, a 4 
yard pass to Wally Skora, to 
pull within 3 points of Gene- 
va, but a field goal attempt 
with 43 seconds left went 
wide and Geneva won 10-7. 
vs. Mentor: Euclid gained 
only 49 yards and was ham- 
pered by poor field position 
the whole game. The defense 
played well, but Mentor won 
7-0. 

vs. Brush: Paul Pallante ran 
for 147 yards on 34 carries, 
including a 58 yard TD. A 5 
yard TD pass to Wally Skora 
insured Euclid's first win, 12- 
0. 

vs. Mayfield: Mayfield capi- 
talized on Euclid turnovers. 
Doug Grosel booted a 28 yard 
field goal. Mayfield won 10-3. 



vs. Maple Heights: Euclid 
braved the elements on this 
cold, windy, rainy night but 
gained only 4 yards in the 
first half. In the second half, 
the team came alive, driving 
71 yards for a TD, scored by 
Wally Skora on a 24 yard 
pass from Doug Grosel. One 
touchdown wasn't enough, 
however, as Maple won 13-6. 
vs. Willoughby South: Eu- 
clid failed to score although 
Mike Szmania threw for 137 
yards. South capitalized on 
turnovers and a long kickoff 
return to win 20-0. 
vs. Bedford: Early in the 
game Euclid marched 43 
yards and took the lead as 
Doug Grosel booted a 20 yard 
field goal. But Bedford's 
touchdown in the second half 
won the game 6-3 as Euclid 
failed to score on its final two 
possessions. 

vs. North: Euclid took a 7-6 
lead in the third quarter on a 
TD run by halfback Paul Pal- 
lante, who carried 33 times 
for 110 yards. The Panthers 
held the lead to finish the 
season on a winning note. 



Varsity Football • Sports 103 



A Season Of 




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Above: The JV's test the pass defense of 
Mentor. It held as Mentor went on to win 
21-0. 



JV FOOTBALL 

Euclid Opponent 

Lake Catholic 

6 St. Joseph 36 

16 Geneva 
Mentor 

6 Maple Heights 2 

14 Willoughby South 21 

20 Bedford 9 

21 Brush 28 
6 Mayfield 12 
Eastlake North 

Season Record: 2-6-2 




Teamwork and cooparation were two fundamentals of football that paid off for the JV's 
m victories over Maple Heights and Bedford. 



104 Sports • JV Football 



Struggle 




The JV's began the season in the mud and rain as 
they battled Lake Catholic to a 0-0 tie. A 0-0 tie also 
ended the season, a tough defensive battle against 
Eastlake North. Sandwiched between the two ties, 
the JV's accumulated 2 victories and 6 defeats. 

Of all the losses, the toughest was against Brush. 
Although the JV's put 21 points on the scoreboard. 
Brush took advantage of blocked punts to win the 
game 28-21. 

Outstanding players included linebacker Joe 
Santoriella, running backs Jeff Krofchek and 
Glenn Kubik, and wide receiver Al Lapuh. Mike 
Zuzek played well at quarterback and showed 
promise for the future. Although they had a losing 
season, the JV's had a great time and enjoyed play- 
ing together. 





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Bottom Row: M. Nunally. R. Zurga. M. Baitt, J. Cales. C. Kane, A. Lapuh, B. Evans, L. 
White. R. Wilson. Row2:B. Khmer. G. Kostan, R. Renshaw, J. Santoriella, G. Kubik. D. 
Blankenship, S. Skiljan. D. Horvat, J. Plevelich. M. King. Row :i:R. Holchnecht, S. Morek. 
M. Shoenhan, J. Ogorek, E. Holl, J. Penny, S. Szpak, D. Bussey. /Jo w/; Coach Engelking, D. 
Hill, D. Fair. M. Zuzek, J. Zele. S. Carpenter, B. Smith. P. Olson. R. Tomcany, Asst. Coach 
Skur. Absent: B. Campbell. 



JV Football • Sports 105 



Varsity Goes To Districts; 




Above: A strong showing in the tourna- 
ments ended in a 3-2 overtime loss in the 
district semi- finals. 



VARSITY SOCCER 

Euclid Opponent 

"> Gilmour 

JLake Catholic 2 

1 Mentor 3 

Brush 1 

4 Willoughby South 2 

2 Eastlake North 3 
8 Mayfield 

2 Mentor . 3 

1 Brush 1 

5 Willoughby South 1 

1 Eastlake North 5 
4 Mayfield 
St. Joseph 2 

Tournaments 

4 Chardon 

3 Mentor 1 

2 Eastlake North 1 
2 Akron Firestone 3 




Season Record: 8-7-2 



Varsity Soccer Team Kneeling: P. Perdan, C. Vandemotler, T. Carlson, T. Powell. P. 
Glanowski, I. Garland, M. Wardeiner. Standing: Coach Sattler. M. Paparizos, D. McCarty, 
S. Raguz, B. Papouras, B. Tomic, T. Brnjic, L. Bartulovic, J. Jesberger, V. Oroz. 



106 Sports • Soccer 



JVs Finish 6-4 





The varsity soccer team rebounded from a 5-6-2 
regular season record to win the sectional crown. 
The regular season had its ups and downs: an 8-0 
laugher over Mayfield; two discouraging losses to a 
surprising Eastlake North team; victories over Gil- 
mour and Willoughby South. After three consecu- 
tive sectional victories, Euclid faced Akron Fire- 
stone in the season climax. Tied at 2-2 after regula- 
tion play, the two teams battled through four over- 
time periods unable to break the tie. The game was 
decided by a shoot-out, a series of alternating free 
kicks, in which Akron Firestone prevailed 6-5. 

The JV soccer team finished third in the GCC 
with a 6-4 record. Led by their top scorer, Dave 
Crane, the JV's beat the always-tough Brush team 
1-0 at Brush. This was by far their finest perfor- 
mance of the year. Coach Homovec was pleased 
that Ed Striberg, Jim Blevins, Ivan Raguz, and Igor 
Grahovac got to play and score in varsity games 
when the JV's season ended. 

Left: Top .scorer for the varsity, Mike Paparizos, wa.s named 
Most Valuable Player in the GCC and honored with a place on 
the All State soccer team. 



JV SOCCER 

Euclid, Opponent 

5 Lake Catholic 
3 Mentor 

1 Brush 4 

2 Gilmour 1 

1 North 2 

2 Mayfield 

Mentor 3 

1 Brush 1 
North " " - : 

6 Mayfield 1 

Season Record: 6-4 



JV Soccer Team Kneeling:Tom Velkos. John Jakovlic, Nick Bogdan. Vyanktesh Patel. 
Dave Crane. Standing: Mike Bedzyk, Jim Starr, Phil Rose, Don Novolney, Dave Leon- 
hardt. Rick Rozic, Miroslav Milicevic. 



Soccer • Sports 



107 



Holing Out In Two 



Tom Porlen's steady play was a big 
reason why the golf team tied for 
second in the GCC this year. 




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Finishing with a 9-4-1 record, the 1981-82 golf 
team tied for second place in the GCC. The overall 
low scorer was senior and team captain Tom Por- 
ten. Tom was also named to the All GCC team for 
the second year in a row. Sophomore Jim Hradek, 
who missed the GCC team by one point, also contri- 
buted to the team's success. Besides Hradek, let- 
ters were awarded to senior Rob Cianelli, junior 
Dave Bennett, and junior Mike Mihalick. 

The best match of the season was against Brush, 
where the team holed out with its lowest score: 
156. Coach Raicevich was pleased with this year's 
performance and is looking forward to next year. 










GOLF TEAM 




Euclid 


Opponent 


166 


Maple Heights 


203 


178 


Mentor 


162 


159 


Willoughby South 


197 


175 


Bedford 


185 


156 


Brush 


163 


182 


Mayfield 


178 


170 


Eastlake North 


185 


166 


Mentor 


166 


163 


Maple Heights 


203 


172 


Willoughby South 


183 


185 


Brush 


184 . 


163 


Bedford 


176 


170 


Mayfield 


161 


170 


Eastlake North 


185 




Season Record: 9-4-1 



Top: Golf Team Kneeling: hm Hradek. 
Scott Corrao. Rob Cianalli. Standing: 
Mike Mihalick. Tom Porten. Dave Ben- 
nett. Coach Raicevich. Absent: Tony 
Foskcy, Jim Poklar. Alyove, left: Coach 
Raicevich discusses the course layout 
with Jim Poklar. Above, right: Team 
members prepare for their match 
against Eastlake North at Euclid's 
Briardale golf course. i>e/^-Tom Porten 
shows a fine touch as he uses his Texas 
wedge for a short chip shot. 



Golf . Sports 109 



Going The Distance 






BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 




Euclid 


Opponent 


47 


Walsh Jesuit 




16 


43 


Amherst 




17 


36 


St. Joseph 




21 


33 


Strongsville 




22 


25 


Holy Name 




31 


23 


St. Ignatius 




33 


19 


St. John 




42 


25 


Stow 




31 


37 


Mentor 




20 


25 


Maple Heights 




30 


15 


Bedford 




49 


15 


Brush 




45 


22 


Willoughby South 




34 


32 


Mayfield 




25 


17 


Eastlake North 




42 




Season Record: 


9-6 






Boys' Cross Country Team Bottom Kow; Andy Calabrese, 
Craig Vernon, Matt Easier, Tom Slusser, Ed Tepley, Jon 
Walters. Row 2: Gary Buck, Mike Colo. Karl Mews, Don 
Porz, John Leyda, Chuck Zele, Gary Tressler, Coach Hal- 
bedel. Row 3: Joe Sas, Ken Porz, Scott Theodore, Vince 
Rattini, Dennis Rymarczyk, Kurt Kause, Bill Blevins, 
Chris Burton. 



110 Sports • Boys' Cross Country 



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The 1981 cross country season 
contained victories and unexpect- 
ed letdowns. Experiments with a 
five kilometer race course, which 
will be standard next year, and a 
failure to qualify anyone on either 
squad for the state meet for the 
first time in ten years made the 
season unique. 

The female harriers came out of 
the gate quickly, going undefeat- 
ed in dual meets. Under Coach Da- 
vid Saywell, and led by co-cap- 
tains Lynda Lucas and Sandy Uk- 
mar, the girls' team also did well 
in several invitational races, tak- 
ing first in the Euclid Relays and 
second in the GCC meet behind 
arch-rival Mentor. 

The final meet of the season, 
the Northeastern Ohio Districts, 
resulted in a ninth place finish- 
— too low to qualify for the state 
meet. 

Awards were given to Gary 
Tressler, Chuck Zele, Don Porz, 
John Leyda, Karl Mews, Diane 
Rolik, and Sandy Ukmar for their 
outstanding performances during 
the season. 

Quiet support from her parents is a great 
relaxant for Lynda Lucas after a grueling 
race. 




Girls' Cross Country Team Kneeling: Mina Tirabassi, Faith Kardos, Cindy Parker, 
Lynda Lucas, Sandy Ukmar, Diane Rolik, Amy Nemecek, Jenny Schwartz. Standing: 
Coach Saywell, Carla Loparo, Jackie Dodd, Kate, McLaughlin, Noreen O'Donnell, Mary 
Hribar, Julie Sas, Judy Groudle. 





GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 


Euclid Opponent 


25 


Mentor 34 


17 


St. Joe's Academy 42 


19 


Regina 39 


28 


Madison 30 


15 


Mayfield 48 


19 


Kenston 44 




Season Record: 6-0 



Girls' Cross Country • Sports 111 



'Tough As Nails' 



Jean Savage lives up to her coach's 
"tough as nails" description of the 
team. 





112 Sports • Varsity Volleyball 



Girls' Varsity Volleyball Team Bottom Kow; Wendy Potokar, Janene Selway, Jean Savage, 
Janet Struna, Karen Lockhart. Row 2: Coach Donna Paderewski, Lucky Lavalley, Sue 
Suponcic, Beth Franko. Carolyn Rossman, Lisa Berardinelli. 




When asked for a team slo- 
gan early in the season, Coach 
Donna Paderewski said her 
players would be tough as nails. 
The varsity volleyball squad 
lived up to that standard, post- 
ing a 15-7 record, good for sec- 
ond place in the GCC. 

The starters on the team 
were Lucy Lavalley, Janet 
Struna, Janene Selway, Lisa 
BerardineUi, Jean Savage, and 
Wendy Potokar. Lavalley won 
the Most Valuable Player 
Award for her performance 
during the season as well as be- 
ing selected to the GCC team, 
along with Struna and Berar- 
dineUi. 

Coach Paderewski, in her 
first year with the varsity vol- 
leyball team, attributed the 
team's success to a combination 
of strongly motivated and high- 
ly skilled players. 

Left, center: I know it's up there some- 
where. Left: Coa.ch Paderewski pointed 
to motivation and skill as keys to the 
team's success. Left, below: Beth 
Franko risks skinned knees and elbows 
as she dives for a save. 



GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 


Euclid 


Opponent 


4-15-15 Mentor 


15-3-7 


9-15-17 Maple Heights 


15-10-15 


15-15 Willoughby South 


4-10 


15-12-15 Brush 


6-15-5 


15-15 Bedford 


3-12 


13-12 Regina 


15-15 


15-13-15 Mayfield 


5-15-11 


7-8 Eastlake North 


15-15 


7-11 Mentor 


15-15 


15-9-11 Maple Heights 


3-15-15 


15-11-15 Willoughby South 


11-15-8 


12-6 St. Joseph 


15-15 


15-15 Bedford 


11-0 


16-12-16 Lake Catholic 


14-15-14 


15-15- Brush 


12-8 


18-15 Lake wood 


16-13 


9-15-15 Mayfield 


15-11-11 


16-12 Eastlake North 


15-15 


15-15 Cleveland Heights 


8-3 


Season Record: 13-6 



Varsity Volleyball • Sports 113 



Varsity's Tarm Team' 



This year's junior varsity vol- 
leyball season seems disap- 
pointing at first glance. A 6-13 
record and a 5th place finish in 
the G.C.C. was less than coach 
Pat Buck and her players had 
hoped for. The season wasn't 
actually that bad, however. 

Although the J.V. team tried 
its hardest to win, an equal pur- 
pose of the J.V. squad is to pre- 
pare the players for varsity 
competition, and Miss Buck felt 
she had achieved this, balanc- 
ing the desire to win with the 
goal of letting every team 
member play and gain exper- 
ience. 

This year's awards went to 
Rose Struna for "Best Spiker", 
"Highest Point Total", and 
"Most Improved". Cindy Black 
won the award for "Best Set- 
ter" and the "Most Outstanding 
Player" award. The "Best 
Server" award went to Laura 
Salatrik and Eileen Galloway. 
Salatrik and Black were co-cap- 
tains of the team. 



Right: Cindy Black, and the rest of the 
JV team, used their season as a learning 
experience. 




114 Sports • JV Volleyball 



Gets Experiece 



With a 6-13 record, the JVs didn't let 
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Girls' JV Volleyball: Bottom Kow; Rose Struna, Cindy Black, Pam Hogan, Sharlyne Woods, 
Betsy Wandersleben, Chris Konchan, Anne Chanakas-MGR. Bow 2; Anne Buck, Sherri 
Corman. Laurie Saletrik, Eilleen Galloway Jennifer Taylor, Aretha Henessee. Row 3: 
Coach Buck, Teresa Purcell, Julie Parker, Lisa Cover, Barb Zupancic, JoAnn Golen, Carol 
Watral. 



GIRLS' jy VOLLEYBALL 


Euchd 


Opponent 1 


16-12-5 


Mentor 


14-15-15 


10-13 


Maple Heights 


15-15 


15-6-7 


Willoughby South 


12-15-15 


15-15-15 


Bedford 


12-17-6, 


15-15 


Brush 


9-9 


13-7 


Regina 


15-15 


13-5 


Mayfield 


15-15 


4-15-1 


Easrlake North 


15-8-15 


13-3 


Mentor 


15-15 


7-5 


Maple Heights 


•15-15 


5-6 


St Joseph Acad. 


■15-15 


15-16 


Willoughby South 


10-14 


15-15 


Bedford 


9-3 


8-4 


Lake Catholic 


15-15 


15-15 


Brush 


11-8 


9-12 


Lakewood 


15-15 


11-6 


Mayfield 


15-15 


6-9 


Eastlake North 


15-15 


7-15-15 


Cleveland Heights 
Season Record: 6-13 


15-7-10 



JV Volleyball • Sports 115 



A Smashing Season 



The girls' tennis team ended 
the season with a 10-6 record. 
They were led by senior Linda 
Lewin who compiled an 11-5 
record and won the Most 
Valuable Player Award. Other 
key factors contributing to the 
team's success were the play of 
Sue Mooney and Linda Cramer. 
Adding to the team's depth and 
success were the doubles teams 
of Jennifer Jaroscak and Sue 
Cramer, 8-1, and Beth Carman 
and Hillary Hook, 5-6. 

Highlights of the season were 
the girls' victories over highly 
rated Beaumont and Lakewood. 
The Beaumont match was 
especially challenging because 
the girls had to face high winds 
and foul weather in addition to a 
tough opponent. 

A special award, the Coach's 
Award, was given to junior Sue 
Mooney this year. She won this 
award for her great dedication, 
determination, and improvement 
over the season. 




Half the fun of any sport is the friendships made over the course of the season. 




Girls' Tennis Team Kneeling: Linda Cramer, Jennifer Jaroscak. Hillary Hook, Denise 
McGill. Row 2: Jane Mast, Sue Mooney, Beth Carmen, Allison Mersnik. Linda Lewin, 
Coach Dzerowicz. 



Junior Sue Mooney won the Coach's 
Award as the most improved player this 
year. 



116 Sports • Girls' Tennis 




Left: A deadly forehand and burning 
determination helped Linda Lewin 
clean the clocks of most of her 
opponents as she ran up an 11-5 
record at First Singles. 



GIRLS' TENNIS 




Euclid Opponent | 


Hudson 


5 


5 Regina 





1 Mentor 


4 


5 Beach wood 





Shaker Heights 


5 


5 Richmond Heights 





4 Chagrin F"alls 


1 


4 West Geauga 


1 


2 Brush 


3 


1 Cleveland Heights 


4 


5 Chardon 





3 Beaumont 


2 


3 I^akewood 


2 

1 


4 uien UdK 
4 Mayficid 


I 

1 


1 Normandy 


4 


Season Record: 


10-6 




Above: Beth Carman demonstrates 
that watching and waiting are 
important qualities in a good doubles 
player. 



Girls' Tennis • Sports 117 



The AWESOME 



Right: Deon Lanier was named to the 
Plain Dealer's dream team for his 
solid performances during the season. 

The basketball team set a 
school record with a 19-1 
regular season record, 
sweeping the GCC in the 
process. 

The team was very well- 
balanced both offensively and 
defensively. The season's box 
scores show that the leading 
scorer was a different player 
each game, and there was an 
average of three players in 
double figures each game. 
Over the course of the season 
leading scorers were Dion 
Lanier and Pat Vuyancih. 

Bob Daugherty proved to be 
a super passer, helping to 
make many scoring 
opportunities. He was also 
excellent in breaking through 
the presses of opposing teams. 

On defense, the Panthers 
were excellent in rebounding, 
with Lanier and Vuyancih 
leading the team. 

Although Deon Lanier was 
ineligible for the last few 
games of the season, the other 
team members picked up the 
slack handily. 




118 Sports • Boys' Varsity Basketball 



Season 






BOYS VARSITY 






BASKETBALL 




Eucliu upponeni | 


54 


Geneva 


50 


83 


Cleveland Heights 


61 


65 


Mentor 


69 


70 


Mayfield 


55 


66 


Orange 


56 


71 


Brush 


55 


52 


Willoughby South 


47 


70 


Eastlake North 


40 


79 


Bedford 


46 


53 


Upper Arlington 


48 


69 


Maple Heights 


56 


71 


Mentor 


63 


78 


Madison 


42 


34 


Mayfield 


30 


59 


Brush 


56 


70 


Willoughby South 


52 


74 


Wickliffe ■. 


41 


72 


Eastlake North 


53 


54 


Bedford 


40 


70 


Maple Heights 
Tournaments 


56 


71 


West Geauga 


50 


57 


Eastlake North 


54 


54 


Mentor 


56 




Season Record: 21-2 





Left, aiove; Junior Bob Daugherty's 
ball handling was a large component 
in the team's success. 

Left. BOYS VARSITY 
BASKETBALL Bottom Row: Kent 
Smith, manager. Rich Mihelich. Bob 
Daugherty. Paul Adkins. Alex Brown. 
Mark Miklos, Joe Hoag, manager. 
Row 2: Coach Doc Daugherty, Bruce 
Benedict, Ken Ospell, Dean Pate, 
Greg Fondran. Row 3: Deon Lanier. 
Pat Vuyancih, Bruce Matthews. Bill 
Brown. Doug Grosel, Assistant Coach 
Ken Tieber. 



Boys' Varsity Basketball • Sports 119 



Geneva- Alex Brown led 
the team in scoring with 15 
points as the Panthers slide 
past Geneva 54-50 

Cleveland Heigbts- 
Heights appears dazed and 
confused and turns over 
many times as they are 
walloped 83-61. Bob 
Daugherty had 16 points, 
Deon Lanier 15. 

Mentor- The Cardinals 
dominated for three and a 
half quarters until the 
Panthers rallied to within 2 
points, 65-63 with seconds 
left. Euchd couldn't top 
them, though, and suffered 
a 69-65 setback. Daugherty 
led with 20 points. 

May field- A combination 
of excellent rebounding 
(Mayfield got only five 
second shots) and superb 
shooting helped Euclid 
thrash the Wildcats 70-55. 
Deon Lanier led with 23 
points. 

Orange- A fourth period 
scoring streak gave Euclid 
a 14 point edge, and the 
Panthers went on to win 
66-56. Deon Lanier topped 
the team with 18 points. 

Brush- An excellent 
Panther defense held Brush 
to a 16 point first half; Deon 
Lanier and Alex Brown had 
26 and 18 points 
respectively as Euclid 
trampled Brush 71-55. 

South -Euclid's full court 
pressure was down south 
and a strong Panther attack 
in the fourth period gave 
them the edge as they 
durnped South 52-47. Deon 
Lanier scored 16 buckets to 
lead the team. 

North- A tough Panther 
press and a strong defense 
held Bedford to 10 first half 
points and forced many 
turnovers. Euclid won 79- 
46. Five players scored in 
double figures. 





Alex Brown, Deon Lanier, and Doug Grosel celebrate their big victory over Mentor. 



120 Sports • Boys' Varsity Basketball 




Above, left: Pat Vuyancih led the team with 22 points in the second game against 
Maple Heights. Above, right: Bob Daugherty's 20 points against Mentor in their 
first meeting went for naught as Euclid went down to its only regular season 
defeat 69-65. Above: Alex Brown's 18 points against Eastlake North earned him a 
place on the Plain Dealer's dream team. 



Upper Arlington- Deon 
Lanier scored 20 points 
against a tough Arlington 
defense and the Panthers 
came out on top, 53-48. 

Maple Heights- Bob 
Daugherty scored the team 
high of 19 points and led 
the Panthers to win 
number ten, a 69-56 victory. 

Mentor- Deon Lanier led 
the team with 24 points as 
the Panthers avenged an 
earlier loss to Mentor, 
beating them 71-63 on their 
home court. 

Madison- Bruce Matthews 
paced the Panthers with 16 
points, and three others 
scored in double figures as 
Euclid dumped Madison 78- 
42. 

Mayfield- Euclid's super 
defense forced 16 shots, and 
Doug Grosel scored 18 
points to lead the Panthers 
to a 34-30 win. 

Brush- Four Panthers hit 
double figures as Euclid 
won 59-56 over a pestering 
Brush. 

South- Pat Vuyancih led 
the pack with 22 points as 
the Panthers glide by South 
70-52. 

Wickliffe- Five Euclid 
guys hit the double digits 
and the Panthers relied on 
team speed and their strong 
press (which forced 16 
turnovers) to win 74-41. 

North- Alex Brown 
scored 18 points and the 
Panthers dominated the 
boards to bomb the 
Rangers 72-53. 

Bedford- Bruce 
Matthews paced Euclid 
with 15 points and the team 
outshot the Bearcats 21-10 
in the fourth quarter to win 
54-40. 

Maple Heights- Sparked 
by the return of Deon 
Lanier, Euclid stuffed 
Maple 70-56 



Boys' Varsity Basketball • Sports 121 



A Real 
^eam Effort' 

Although Dean Pate could be counted on for a few 
baskets each game, his real strength was defense as he . 
was among the team leaders in blocked shots. 




122 Sports • Boys' JV Basketball 




ohn Cayne flies through the air with 
he greatest of ease. 



Jerome Young was the leading player with 
12 points per game. 






BOY'S JV BASKETBALL 




Euclid Opponent | 


51 


Geneva 24 


41 


Cleveland Heights 57 


54 


Mentor 41 


46 


Mayfield ' gMHWi 4 


8 


58 


Orange fSBBS ^^ 1 


59 


Brush bbBB' ^ 


1 


55 


South ■^jpUPt- S 


1 


50 


North ' 4 


9 


76 


Bedford 4 


6 


48 


Upper Arlington 45 


44 


Maple 2 


7 


56 


Mentor SSZJHffi ^ 


8 


51 


Madison j^ggyjjg 4 





55 


Mayfield ^Sst 58 (OT) 


55 


' Brush ^^SStr 5^ 


70 


South ' ■* 35 


57 


Wickliffe 48 




Season record: 15-5 







The boys' JV basketball 
team had a great season, 
winning seven straight games, 
and posting a 15-5 overall 
record, good enough for 
second place in the GCC. 

Coach Ken Tieber called the 
season "a real team effort," 
and that it was. The team was 
well-balanced in scoring as 
Jerome Young led with 12 
points per game, while Dean 
Pate and Mike Zuzek were 
close behind, each averaging 
10 points per game. 

The defense was also 
balanced as Zuzek led the 
rebounding with 10 per game, 
and Terry Rabbits and Dean 
Pate provided "stuff power". 



Bottom iiovv; Frank Hufnagle. Billy Woods, Jim Hradek. Chuck Deptola. Joe 
Tomoletz, Dean Grosel. Bow 2; Scott Carpenter, Bill Nachtigal, George Boyle, John 
Yehl, Terry Rabbits, Mike Zuzek, John Cayne, Jerome Young, Coach Ken Tieber. 



Boys' JV Basketball • Sports 123 



stuff It! 



Bight: Euclid's Shelley Son demonstrates 
her skills below the boards against 
Mentor rivals. 



Who says that girls can't play 
basketball? They haven't seen 
Euclid's varsity girls' basketball 
team. Using speed and 
teamwork to overcome a lack of 
height, the Euclid Pantherettes 
ran up a 14-5 record under 
second year coach Mike 
Girimont. 

The team's achievement was 
even greater considering a rash 
of injuries late in the season, 
including a serious ankle injury 
to starter Joan lafigliola. The 
team had a weak finish, though, 
losing three of its last five 
games. 

The Pantherettes still 
managed to pull out a second 
place in the GCC behind arch 
rival Eastlake North, the only 
team which really dominated 
Euclid. 

Captain Lucy La Valley was 
high scorer and MVP. Co- 
captain was Marcia Shutty. 



GIRL 


S' VARSITY BASKETBALL 

1 Opponent . 
Villa Angela 30 
Geneva 40 


Euchc 
57 
, 72 


52 


Mentor 


39 


55 
52 


Mayfield 
Brush 


53 
41 


48 " 


Wickliffe 


50 


57 


Eastlake North 


74 


37^ 
60 


Willoughby South 
Collinwood 


36 
32 


60 
49- 


Maple Heights 
Bedford 


43 
36 


41 


Mentor ' 


39 


46 
44 


Mayfield 
Brush 


26 
29 


31 


Eastlake North 


72 


46 
55 
34 


Willoughby South 
Maple Heights 
Bedford 


57 
41 
40 


61 


Wickliffe 
Season Record: 14-5 


54 




124 Sports • Girls' Varsity Basketball 





Girls' Varsity Basketball Team Bottom Row: S. Son. J. lafigliola. M. Shutty. P. 
Young S. Suponcic. Row 2: L. Rhone, S. Woods. D. Zanghi, L. Sellers. S. Drienka. 
Lavdllcy. Top Row:D. Reid. Coach Girimont. 

Top, left: EucJid outstretches Mentor on a jump ball. Top, right: The girls' leading 
scorer, Lucy Lavalley, drives for the bucket. Left: Sue Drienka lofts one for the 
hoop. 



Girls Varsity Basketball • Sports 125 



Just Like The Big Boys 




/Ihove; Leslie Roseboro (12), the 
leading scorer and rebounder, 
streches on a jumb ball. 

GIRLS' JV BASKETBALL TEAM 

Bottom Row: Rose Struna. Monica 
Kuhar, Anne Buck. Amy Raicevich. 
Row 2: Leslie Roseboro, Julie Sas, 
Noreen O'Donnell, Carla Loparo, 
Tracy Wandersleben. 

Opposite page, top: When not on the 
court, the girls helped the team effort 
with their cheers. Middle: Monica 
Kuhar, who averaged 10 points a 
game, sets up a play with Anne Buck. 
Bottom: Time out! Rose Struna and 
Leslie Roseboro get a break from the 
action as Coach Maxson discusses 
strategy. 




126 Sports • Girls' JV Basketball 




GIRLS' JV BASKETBALL 




Euclid 




Oppo 


lent 


35 


Villa Angela 




34 


33 


Geneva 




18 


37 


Mentor 




46 


34 


Mayfield 




26 


16 


Brush 




15 


38 


Wickliffe 




34 


35 


EasUake North 




32 


42 


Willoughby 








South 




21 


8 


Collinwood 




32 


41 


Maple Heights 




22 


25 


Mentor 




20 


30 


Bedford 




29 


40 


Mavfield 




35 


35 


Brush 




30 


28 


Eastlake North 




48 


50 


Willoughby 








South 




29 


35 


Maple Heights 




25 


22 


Bedford 




34 


30 


Wickliffe 




18 




Season Record: 15-4 





Not to be outdone by the "big 
boys" of the varsity and JV 
teams or their "big sisters" on 
the girls' varsity, the girls' JV 
basketball team ended their 
season with a 15-4 record, 
capturing second place in the 
GCC behind Eastlake North. 

Leading the scoring was 
sophomore Monica Kuhar, who 
averaged 10 points per game. 
Close behind were Leslie 
Roseboro and Traci O'Hannon, 
who led in rebounding with 10 
per game. Roseboro had 9 per 
game. 

Dan Maxson, second-year JV 
coach, was extremely happy 
with his team. He got everyone 
to play and to contribute to 
making the season a success. 

Coach Maxson was also happy 
that Traci O'Hannon and Lisa 
Sellers got to play ball with the 
varsity girls near the end of the 
season. Super sophomore 
Sharlyne Woods was also moved 
up to the varsity halfway 
through the season. 



Girls' JV Basketball • Sports 127 



So, What Else Is New? 



Another outstanding Euclid 
track team? So, what else is new? 

Euclid qualified for three 
events at the Knights of 
Columbus Track Meet. Don Porz 
was 6th overall in the finals of 
the mile run, with a time of 
4:41.9. The relay team of 
Pallante, Skora, Ward, and 
McGraw finished 5th in the mile 
relay with a time of 3:37. The 
same relay team finished 7th in 
the medley mile relay with 3:34 
clocking. 

Co- captain Paul Pallante was 
the most outstanding performer 
on the team as he ran the 50 
yard highs, the quarter mile, the 
330 yard lows, the mile relay, 
and the 440 yard relay. 

Aubrey Ward was a 
consistent winner of the 50 yard 
dash and led the sprinters along 
with Paul McGraw, Dave Tucci, 
and Jamie Croone. Wally Skora 
was the leader in the 600 yard 
run and performed well in 
middle distance events and 
relays. Co-captain Don Porz led 
the distance crew along with 
Chuck Zele, Karl Mews and 
Mike Colo. John Fedakowski 
and Mike Guenther were the 
leaders in the high jump, going 
6-4 and 6-2 respectively. The 
shot put squad was young and 
inexperienced at first, but 
eventually produced some 
capable throwers in E. J. 
Wesley, Jeff Tekanic, Frank 
Bauck and John Ogorek. 

Other team members 
contributing significantly to the 
team's success were seniors Joel 
Mansperger, Bob Cable, Charles 
Johnson, Gary Buck, Mark 
Archie and Jeff Barnard. 




128 Sports • Indoor Track 




Center, top: Don Porz gets some help 
from Coach Leo Colhns after a hard-run 
race. Center, below: Gary Buck rounds 
the corner hoping for a win. Left: The 
indoor track team d]dn't discrimmate 
against girls where pomts were 
concerned. 





INDOOR TRACK 




Euclid 


Opponent 


61 


Akron Buchtel 


53 


102 


Benedictine 


43'/2 




West Geauga 


10'/! 


79'/2 


St. Ignatius 


54'/2 




Amherst Steele 


9 


70 


John Adams 


50 




Walsh 


33 


113 


Shaker Heights 


26 




Parma 


14 


112 


Mayfield 


63 




Eastlake North 


10 




JFK 


13 




Lincoln West 


22 




Maple Heights 


32 




Season Record: 15-0 




4 


St. Josephs 


1 


3 


Padua 


2 




Seated: P. Pallante, B. Piatt. K. Mews, C. Zele, J. Sas. C. Johnson, G. Buck, C. Parker, B. Cable, J. Mansperger, D. Collier, D. 
Tucci, M. Guenther. Kneeling: M. Colo, T. Longstreth, J. Pedakowski, K. Porz, M. Wardeiner, A. Ward, B. Blevins, J. 
Richardson, J. Barnard, M. Legan, A. Powaski, R. Anderson, P. McGraw, J. Brown, W. Skora. Standing: V. Rattmi, D. 
Robinson, R. Wilson, J. Oyaski, B. Rinderle, J. Tekanic, D. Rojeck, J. Ambrose, G. Tressler, C. Burton, M. Royster, J. Stokes, 
E. Tepley, J. Ogorek, F. Bauck, R. Renshaw, V. Maciejauskas, B. Pevec, P. Collins, K. Ayers, A. Calabrese, A. Nernecek, D. 
Rymarczyk, E. Wesley, J. Moses, J. Croone, D. Porz, T. Slusser, R. Kardos, D. Jules, S. Perdan, T. Davies. 



Indoor Track • Sports 129 



leers Stumble 




Above: Euclid's goalie Gordie McCance 
demonstrates his skills inside the net as 
he stops yet another game-saving goal. 
Right: Euclid's Tom Carlson prepares to 
slap the puck to a waiting teammate. 
Far Right: CRUNCH!! Hockey, although 
one of the roughest games around, is 
still an enjoyable activity for the 
dedicated members of Euclid's squad. 



130 Sports • Boys' Hockey 



HOCKEY TEAM Bottom Row:G. McCance, T. Carlson, B. Campbell, N. Marolt, E. 
Wolons, C. VanDemotter, M. Parziale, M. Mochan. Row 2: R. Cianelli, J. Maroli, D. 
Stephens, S. Sanford, J. Tiitanen, S. Knaus, C. Kane, B. Starr, J. Belavich, Coach 
Homovec. 






HOCKEY 




Euclid Oppinent 


6 


Trinity 


2 


2 


Rocky River 


7 


6 


Upper Arlington 


8 


3 


University School 


4 





Kent 


12 





N. Olmsted 


7 


4 


St. Ignatius 


3 


2 


University School 


3 


4 


St. Josephs 


2 


2 


Cleveland Heights 


4 


1 


Padua 


3 


7 


Trinity 


2 


1 


Kent 


13 


10 


St. Ignatius 





3 


Shaker Heights 


5 


4 


St. Josephs 


1 


3 


Padua 


2 




Thornton Holiday 






Tournament 




2 


Shaker Heights 


6 


5 


Bay Village 


3 


2 


Cleveland Heights 
Findlay Holiday 
Tournament 


3 





Findlay 


3 


2 


Toledo Central j- 






Catholic 


2 


2 


Padua 

Season Record: 


9 



The young Panther hockey 
team skated to fourth place in 
the East Central Division of 
the Greater Cleveland High 
School League. The team 
suffered from a lack of 
experienced players, as seven 
sophomores played on the 
varsity squad. 

Junior Gordie McCance was 
among the top goalies in the 
state while the bulk of the 
offense was carried by seniors 
Jari Tittarnen and Mike 
Parziale, junior Tom Carlson, 
and sophomore Bob Campbell, 
one of the top sophomores in 
the area. 

Among the highlights of 
the season were the two 
victories over St. Ignatius, 4-3 
and 10-0. The icemen also 
slapped Trinity twice, 7-2 and 
6-2, and beat rival St. Joseph 
4-2. 

Near the end of the season, 
the team played perhaps its 
best game, facing defending 
state champion Shaker 
Heights. The Panthers played 
an excellent game but missed 
two scoring opportunities 
which could have tied the 
game, and came up short 5-3. 



Boys' Hockey • Sports 131 



The Wrestling team's improved 
record was the result of a new spirit 
induced by first-year head coach 
Harry King. 



A new coaching staff and a 
new spirit made the EucHd 
High wrestlers a team to 
watch. Replacing former head 
coach Bill Attamante was 
Harry King, bringing a 113-3- 
1 record with him from Euclid 
Central Junior High. Senior 
grappler Scott Theodore 
called King and his assistants, 
Rick Hushan and Mike 
Inghram, "one of the main 
reasons for the team's 
success." 

Throughout the season the 
team was blessed with strong 
performers in the middle 
weights with Gary Budnar 
and co-captains Tim D'Anna 
and Jim Rossi. Unfortunately, 
the team had no true 
heavyweights and was forced 
to use Marv Richardson and 
John Hribar, who weren't as 
heavy as opposing 
heavyweights. Other weight 
classes were consistent if not 
outstanding. 

Of the five district qualifiers 
Jim Rossi wrestled his way to 
the state tournament in 
Columbus. 





WRESTLING TEAM 




Euclid Opponent | 


41 


Madison 


20 


22 


Richmond Heights 


37 


50 


Cleveland Heights 


20 


20 


Lake Catholic 


38 


24 


Maple Heights 


39 


19 


Mentor 


42 


11 


Mayfield 


51 


35 


Brush 


25 


56 


Willoughby South 


3 


48 


Eastlake North 


18 


42 


Bedford 


23 


45 


Geneva 

Parma Invitational 
Vermillion Tour 
Season Record: 9-7 


15 




A few minutes on the mat is the reward for hours of strenuous practice and 
workouts. 



132 Sports • Wrestling 




Euclid grappler Tim D'Anna might be 
wondermg if it's worth it. 



Euclid wrestlers get psyched as they prepare to go out onto the mat and meet 
their opponents. 



Wrestling • Sports 133 



Lauren Hale was overcome with 
emotion as the swim team 
dedicated its efforts in the meet 
against Brush to her. 




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Strong competition early in the season helped the team to build its confidence and 
skills as It went on to win its seventh straight GCC title. 



134 Sports • Boys' • Swimming 







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Left: Team effort rather than a single 
superstar was the key to the team's 
success. 



A combination of eleven 
practices a week and tough 
initial meets against rugged 
independent foes finely honed 
the Euclid swimming 
machine. The result was the 
seventh straight GCC title for 
Euclid as they went 4-0 in 
league competition. The team 
was 8-4 overall as it swam 
past Berea and Cleveland 
Heights and drowned Midpark 
and Rocky River. 

Team strength rather than 
individual performances 
marked this year's team. 
Senior co-captains Scott 
Clines and Scott Gundling led 
by example, taking firsts in 
almost every meet and 
consistently bettering their 
times. Senior Mark Francetic 
was another outstanding 
swimmer as he completed in 
the fly and on several relay 
teams. Other outstanding 
swimmers were seniors Dan 
Green, Tom Coyne, Warren 
Schneider, Mark Hansen, and 
Tom Mullen; juniors Darrin 
Wagner, Phil Gron, and 
Dennis Dickard, and Adam 
Race; and sophomore Pat 
Lequeya. 

Everyone on the squad 
showed continued 
improvement all year long, 
and all scored the vital 
second, third, fourth, and fifth 
place points which helped the 
Panthers overcome Bedford, 
Berea, and Cleveland Heights. 



Left BOY'S SWIM TEAM Bottom 
Row: Mike Jaszkewicz. Jim Hribar, 
Bob Nacinovich, Kevin Golden. Pat 
Lequeya. Row 2: Mr. Rodriguez. Scott 
Gundhng, Rob Horn. Dennis Dickard. 
Mark Francetic. Boris DeGranda. 
Warren Schneider. Tom Coyne. Row 
J; John Theodosion, Phil Gron. Mark 
Hansen. George Miller, Dan Green, 
Tom Mullen, Adam Race, Darrin 
Wagner. Scott Clines. 

Left: Many victories came because of 
key points picked up by second, third, 
and fourth place finishes. 



Boys' Swimming • Sports 135 



Those Swimmin' Women 




Above: Because of her consistent 
performances, Janet Smith was one of 
the team's mainstays all season. 
Right: No one person makes a swim 
team. Good times by all team 
members helped the girls capture the 
GCC title for the second year in a 
row Opposite page, top: The girls' 
most satisfying win was against 
Lakewood, a team they had never 
defeated before. Opposite page, 
middle: Team divers Karen Gordon, 
Jane Mast. Amy Nemecek. Danielle 
Nichting. Mary Swider, and Chris 
Duke scored well in competition all 
year. 




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GIRLS' SWIM TEAM Bottom Row: M. Pockar, D. Fulton, J. Mast, S. Millhof, J. 
Smith. Coach Siskind. Row 2: B. Carman. K. Metz, C. Dular, M. Gron. J. Jaroscak. 
Row 3: W. Potokar, B. Spaur. D. Schmelmg, D. Lucci. J. Savage, J. Zele. L. 
Borardinelh, K. Schulz. 





GIRLS' SWIMMING > 


EucUd Opponent i 


117 


Parma 55 i 


86 


Orange 89 ; 


122 


Valley Forge 42 


118 


Cleveland Heights 52 


92 


Kent Roosevelt 80 


94 


Rocky River 77 


94 


Bedford 78 


102 


Brush 70 


121 


North Ridgeville ,50 


109 


Maple Heights 60 


116 


Mayfield 62 




Season Record: 10-1 



The girls's swim team was 
awesome this year as the girls 
complied a spectacular 10-1 
record. The team was 
undefeated in the GCC, 
winning the title for the 
second year in a row. 

After a lone loss early in 
the season, the girls went on 
to win nine straight meets, 
including victories over 
tough Kent Roosevelt, 
Rocky River, and Bedford. 
The girls also had their best 
finish ever in the Orange 
Relays, placing sixth out of 
eighteen teams from all parts 
of the state. 

The girls' best showing was 
against Lakewood, which they 
defeated for the first time this 
year. In that meet, 29 of the 
best times of the season were 
recorded. 

In regular events, the most 
outstanding swimmers were 
Joanne Zele, Lisa Berardinelli, 
Janet Smith, Jean Savage, and 
Diane Fulton. Zele broke the 
record in the breaststroke 
with a time a 1:13.85. 

Coach Harry Siskind was 
extremely pleased with the 
girls' season. When asked for 
a capsule comment on the 
season, he simply replied, 
"We're awesome." 



Girls' Swimming • Sports 137 




Above: Juniors Beth McArthur, John 
Meyers, Amy Kost, Damn Gaffney, 
and Phil Gron clown during their lunch 
period. Big'iif; That's the last time you'll 
give me the wrong answers in math 
class! Right, center: Hardly a minute 
goes by without Wendy Potokar smi 
ing at least once. Center: Three's com- 
pany when it comes to studying, as 
Wendy Cicek, Chris Hughes, and Ken 
Ospelt show. Far right: John Harper 
and Judy Stevko add the finishing 
touches to a spirit sign. 



138 Underclass Divider 




The sophomore w^orries about 
survival in a strange new 
world. The junior w^orries 
about excelling in it.' 



— Erik Martin, 11th grade 



'I hope to accomplish find- 
ing the girls' lavatory 
and playing pool against one 
of the boys who is scared 
I might w^in!' 



— Shirley Ochoa, 10th grade 



'\ just want to pass so I 
can get my motorcycle in 
April.' 



— Rick Yeckley, 10th grade 



'I hope to make state on the 
swim team so I can shave my 
whole body!' 



— Darrin Wagner, lltb grade 




Divider Underclass 139 



Sophs ^Rooted' In Euclid 



Nationalities Mentioned 
In Sophomore Survey 



African 


Irish 


American Indian 


Italian 


Bohemian 


Japanese 


Croatian 


Latvian 


Czech 


Lithuanian 


Dutch 


Lebanese 


English 


Polish 


Filipino 


Russian 


French 


Scottish 


French Canadian 


Slovak 


German 


Slovenian 


Hungarian 


Swedish 



Although, because of its size, Euclid High School 
may seem like another city to a sophomore, the 
class of '84 should be well-rooted in Euclid 
traditions, based on a survey given to a number of 
sophomore classes. 

According to the survey, the average 
sophomore's family has lived in Euclid for 21 years, 
with 7% of the class able to trace their family's 
history in Euclid back 50 years or more. 
Amazingly, 23% of the sophomores did not know 
how long their families had been in the U.S. Of 
those who could trace their roots, the largest 
group — 21% — indicated that their families have 
been here 51-75 years. 

Although the sample included only 10% of the 
sophomore class, 24 nationalities were mentioned in 
the survey, with the most frequent being Italian, 
21% Slovenian, 16% Irish, 14%, and German. 14%. 




Bottom Row: Rick Holcknecht, George Doyle, Igor Grahovac. 
Row 2: Jackie Dodd, Karen Peavey, Jerry Broa, Rhonda 
Young. Row 3: Steven Archacki. Tina Golob. MaU Easier, 
Jeff Krofcheck. Row 4: Stan Miller, Dawn Kracheck, Tony 
Syracuse. Row 5: Sandy Fike, George Sari, Bill Collins, 
Gotthard Hirtzer. Row 6: Kevin Westover, Joe Orosz. 
Andrea Spanjol. 



Bottom Row: Dean Robinson, Andrea Stout, Norman Latsch. 
Ed Tepley. Carla Loparo. Row 2: Devin Hernan. Monica Kuhar. 
Laura Pred, Camille Johnson. Row 3: Tom Fitzgerald, Terri 
Purcell, Joan Offerle, Laura Wagner. Row 4: Patrick LeQuyea, 
Carol Watral, Dina Colantonio. Row 5: Jim Hribar, Noreen 
O'Donnell, Julie Sas, Matt Kristoff. Row 6: Mike Boris, Joe 
Bisbee. 



140 Underclass • Sophomores 



Bottom Row: Andrea Kosic, Bill Segulin. Row 2: Sherri 
Bradford, Mike Blau, Shirley Ochoa. Row 3: Amanda Brown, 
Lisa Vihtelic, Robin Scherbarth. Row 4: Karen Schmidt, Kim 
Turk, Zrinka Slat. Row 5: Renee Phillips, Laura Saletrik, 
Carol Perovshek. Row 6: Pat O'Brien, Kate Zettl, Jim 
Burkholder. Row 7; Jeff Spencer, Jeff Tekanic, Rich Wilson. 
Row 8: Rich Braidich, John Yehl, Gary Tressler. 





Cultural diversity and strong ties to the Euchd area were 
characteristics of this year's sophomore class. 



Bottom Row: Eldred Gaddis, Patty Brinkley, Julie Wankulitz. 
Row 2: Keith Drake, Ron Herbert, Chris Lake. Row 3: 
Sharon Dymanski, Ehzabeth Latkowski, Dwayne Davis, Kim 
Burrows. Kelly Moriarty. Row 4: Tim LaFountaine. John 
Plevelich, Don Bussey, Dennis Ames. Row 5: Larry Ward, 
Dave Fisher, Tom LoGrasso. Row 6: Dennis Razayeski, Scott 
Znidarsic, Vince Lehmann. 



Sophomores • Underclass 141 



Hanging Out 




Although sophomores seem to spend their 
spare time in an incredibly wide variety of 
places, the spot to be if you want to meet a 
member of the class of '84 is the Euclid 
Square Mall. The Mall emerged as a clear 
winner when the sophomore class was asked 
to name their favorite place to hang out, 
capturing 28% of the vote. In fact, the Mall 
proved twice as popular as a friend's bouse 
and Memorial Park, which were the second 
and third most popular hangouts. Other less 
popular places mentioned included McDonald's, 
Indian Hills School, Willowick, and Armao's 
Pac-Man machine. In school, the E-room 
proved to be the favorite hangout during 
lunch by a 3 to 1 margin over the cafeteria, its 
closest competition. 

Left. Members of the sophomore class voted the Euchd 
Square Mall as their favorite place to hang out. 




Bottom Row: Tom Capretta, Drew Wheatley, Rusty Uram, 
Kathy Shaffer. Row 2: Nick Costa, Sue Nolan, Wendy 
McKain. Row 3: Todd King. Butch Klimek, Darren Parker, 
Jill Fox. Row 4: Sherrol Bess, Connie Puller, Dave Crane, 
Brian Polley. Row 5: Joe Walls, Tony Stumpf, Doug Sergent, 
Jim Johnson. 



Bottom Kow.- Barbie Simek, Brenda Black. Kathy Wittreich, 
Debbie Kempke. iJow .2; Vyanktesh Patel. Jackie Evans. Kris 
Ham. Row 3: Nick Giegerich, Joe Cales, Pam Kacperski. Row J.- 
Joe Maroli, Chris Kostan. Phil Medlen. Row 5: Mike Mochan, 
Mike Schussler, Tracey Wandersleben, Scott Linderman. Row 6: 
John Gervasi. Rick Schultz, Craig Vernon, Greg Hromyko. 



142 Underclass • Sophomores 



Below: Ann Buck's favorite hangout, at least on Halloween, 
must be the nearest carrot patch. 




Bottom Row: Diedre Britt, Andre Byrd, Mike Ucic, John 
Benko. Row 2: Bob Hutchinson, Ron Miklavcic, Tim Kuhen. 
Row 3: Monte Curtis, Mike Baitt, Michelle Highsmith, Dave 
Hill. Row 4: Laurie Taylor, Sue Templar, Rosie Gundelach, 
Jean Dennick. Row 5: Bob Adams, Darryl Blankenship. 



Bottom Row: Linda Bucceri, Joe Tomoletz, Miriam Stanisa, 
Jeff Cutwright. Row 2: Jim Strowder, Sue Herrick, Suzanne 
Zupanovic, Janet Praskavich. Row 3: Bob Pevec, Mike 
McKnight, Rosemary Morris. Row 4: Jackie Marchesano, 
Kelly McCuUough, Julie Parker. Row 5: Melanie Mramer, 
Gina Amato. Row 6: Marvin Spehar, Darnelle Lantz, Vida 
Merela, Mike Vuyancih. 



Sophomores • Underclass 143 



Bottom Row: Mina Tirabassi. Rodney Caldwell. Renee Tilly, David Urdzik, 
MaryAnn Griesmer, Anne Buck, Alison Barravechia. Boiv ,2.- Michele Austin. Joe 
Yanko, Todd Schrock, Mary Belavich, Christine Sobecki, Karen Davis, Darlene 
Munford, Brenten Ashley. Row 3: Allen Mackell, Denise Martin, Pam Miller, Heidi 
Look, Bill Woods, Traci O'Hannon, Leslie Roseboro. 




Whoops! Got my wires crossed.' Gotthard 
Hirtzer runs a circuit test in electronics 
class. 



Bottom Row: James Alves. Adam Tucci. Robert Hamila. Row 2: Kent Smith, 
Mary Gron, Pamela Powle, Lois Davies, Faith Kardos, Kathryn Harrah. Row 3: 
Christopher Burton, Thomas Slusser, Shirley Williams, Sharlyne Woods, Claudia 
Novotney, Gwendolyn Miller. Row 4: William Evans. Thomas Perusek, Paul 
Collins, Frank Hufnagle, Andrew Tobolewski. Kevin Ayers, Louis Belle, Cheryl 
Ciuprinskas. Brian Shelton, Douglas Rose. 



144 Underclass • Sophomores 



Bottom Row; Diana Marett, Carol Brady. Row 2: Joe 
Starman. Chuck Goldstein, Ed Grau. Row 3; Monica Sivillo, 
LaDonna Clere. Kevin Golden. 



He Shoots 
For The Stars 





Most sophomores have great expectations 
about the future, but Pat O'Brien is already 
beginning to fulfill his. Pat's hobbies vary from 
aeronautics to riflery, but his main interest 
involves anything that moves through the sky: 
airplanes, rockets, even planets. 

Pat, who has lagged fifteen hours toward a 
pilot's license, enjoys building and launching 
model rockets. One of his successful launches 
even carried a paper space shuttle aloft, which 
detached itself from the rocket in mid-flight and 
then glided back to earth. Success comes at a 
price, however; and in this case that price is the 
amount of money spent on rockets and rocket 
motors. Pat said, "Now I know why NASA has 
problems with money." 

Because of his interest in astronomy, Pat 
enrolled in Mr. Francetic's class this year. Using 
his teacher's telescope, Pat said, "I saw craters 
on the moon only one mile across and galaxies I 
can't even pronounce." 



iJc/ow; Pat O'Brien was the only 
sophomore to take astronomy this year. 




Bottom Row: Lisa Morse, Phil Buettner, John Jakovlic. Michael Wojcik. Row 2: 
Sandra Carpenter, Richard Yeckley, Joe Santoriella, Ken Breeden. Row 3: Sophie 
Halbert. Angela McSwain. Willie Rembert. Row 4: Michelle Twoey. Ken Wallace, 
Gerald Gansey. Row 3: Alan Lapuh. Scott Albright, Richard Strah, Dennis Sopko,' 
Tim Austin, Bob Bedzyk, David Ruzich. 



Sophomores • Underclass 145 



Sophs Show Signs Of Life 



A survey given to selected tenth grade classes 
in November indicated that most sophomores, are 
well on their way to acclimating themselves to 
life at Euclid High School. For example, all the 
sophomores knew that Dr. Bergem is the 
school's principal, although among the written 
answers for his name were Burgam, Bergum, 
Bergun, and Bergman. 90% of the sophomores 
recognized Mr. Federici as the tenth grade unit 
principal and — remarkably — could even spell his 
name correctly. 

Although the 2-8 record of this year's football 
team was hardly memorable, 80% of the 
sophomores correctly recalled it. 75% of them 
even could identify Mr. Seymour as the head 



football coach. However, only 62% of the 
sophomores said that they attended a varsity 
football game this year, although 55% indicated 
that they were members of a high school sport 
or activity. 

29% of the sophomores came within 50 when it 
came to estimating the size of the sophomore 
class. The correct answer is 575. Surprisingly, 
many sophomores underestimated, with 20% 
believing the class to be composed of 300 or 
fewer students. 59% of the sophomores surveyed 
found their classes harder than those they had in 
junior high school. Finally, the students rated 
their teachers more friendly than those of last 
year by 53-47%. 




Bottom Bow; Bill Turner. Vicki Turk, Lisa Zdunczyk. Row 2: 
Vicki Zigman, Kerry Fazio. Row 3: Adrienne Walker, Linda 
Vella, Kim Znidarsic, Jeff Smith. Row 4: Beth Waterman, 
Michelle Mayle. Row .5; Tina Moore. Mike Bedzyk, ,Joe Bush, 
Row 6: Jim Ferrara, Vic Maciejauskas, Len Nosse, Mark 
King. 



Bottom Bow; Randy Callahan, Janet Ivancic, Joy Baer, Ralko 
Turkalj. Bow ,2; Margie Sidhu, Hans Bolzki. Boh- , 7; Jim 
Hradck, Angela Liggett, Barry Glassner. Row 4: Rob Wilson, 
Mike Schacfcr. Row 5: Dave Fair. Jeff Stanicki, Tony Zadnik. 
Row 6: Keith Parsons, Kurt Winter, Willie Hugelc.v. Row 7: 
Dan Permc, Mike Zuzek, Anthony Valencic. 



146 Underclass • Sophomores 



Bottom Row: Lisa Horgan, Tina Yeckley, Tom Zagore. Lori 
Stewart, Sherrie Turner. Row 2: John Cullen, Dave Yamane, 
Ray Pirchner, Vesna Sulic. Row 3: Ken Kirchner, Mike 
Jaskewicz, Cynthia Fekete, Kristen Freeh. Row 4: .Jamie 
Delzoppo, Lori Doe.sburg, Kathy Gephart, Sue Campbell. Row 
5: Bill Nachtigal, John Cayne, Mike Sheehan, Jim Penny. 




^The biggest difference 
between high school and 
junior high is that 
high school is much 
harder and you really 
can't fool around as 
much as you did in 
junior high.' 



-Leslie Roseboro 




Bottom Row: Kathy Ritchie, Marianne Cieslinski, Sarah 
Schuenemann. Row 2: Michelle Murray, Betty Strle, Karen 
Knack, Timmy Szalay. Row 3: Jim Budnar, Frank Stanke, 
Ron Jividen, Dan Overberger. Row 4: Jim Nemeth, Joe 
Kronik, Sue Burke, Tina Robertson. Row 5: Rob Moyer, 
Eddie Snyder, John Love. Row 6: Herman Mechle, Chris 
Kane, Pete Bernacki. 



Thank goodness my name isn't Bergeminscowitz! The tenth 
graders knew Dr. Bergem's name but had some problems 
with spelling it. 



Sophomores • Underclass 147 



Hats Off To Euclid 



How do you inject some life into 
the /-o-71-g'days between the close of 
the football season and the begin- 
ning of Thanksgiving vacation? 
Why not have a Hat Day? Just such 
an event was sponsored in Novem- 
ber by the Student Council as part of 
the year-long class competition. Al- 
though the wearing of hats in school 
is normally forbidden, the ban was 
lifted for the day. The student body 
responded with all manner of hats: 
cowboy, imitation Blues Brothers, 
stovepipe, baseball, and on and on. 
After all, what could be more fun 
than blocking the view of the kid in 
back of you while the teacher works 
out a complex problem in math 
class? 

Sophomore Jackie Majers' top hat is the cen- 
ter of attention for Wernher Hirzer and John 

Meyers. 





Dr. Bergem join.s in the school ."^pirit by wear- 
ing his favorite hat. 



Bottom Row: Lew Burke. Jim Zirkovich, Mike Royster, Sue Perdan. Row 2: Laura 
Culhton. Sandy Jaksa. Kathleen Palinkas. Barbara Stout. Row 3:Dean Grosel. Dan- 
ielle Stefanik, Ed Stroberg. Row 4: AL Kamposek, Renee DeLuca. Katie Journey, 
Pete Svigel. Row 5: Regie Wyman. MaryKay Barnes, Linda Penko. Row 6: Dawn 
DeFilippo, Scott Carpenter, Tom Konchan, Fred Norred. Norred. 



148 Underclass • Sophomores 



Bottom Row: Craig Visci, Kim Broadwater, Kim Buenher, Alan Owens. 
Row 2: James Wiggins, Steve Hogrefe, LeRoy White, Dion Holt. Row S.- 
Ed Hull, Pete laconianni, Lance Millhof, Chris Gercar, Bob Heasley. 




*At the junior highs 
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with everyone else. 
However, at the senior 
high everyone is 
himself.' 



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Bottom Row: Joe Graziano, Pam Rowan. Kow 2; Norkeo Phoma Vichit, Bottom Bow; Mike McCallion, Jeff Vohnout. Kathy Hey- 

Darrin Deaton, Row J; Gary Odenburgh, Tim Scaife, Row 4; Gus Kish. duck. Bow .2.- Terri Balough, Ray Feur.st. Mike Peterson. 

Jim Leonard. Bow5; Robert Paige, Rick Tomcany. Row 6;Calvin Kenne- Row 3: Dean Capasso, Lisu Osborne. Bill Cunningham. 

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Sophomores • Underclass 149 



Facing The Future 



One of the great expectations of any high school 
student is a well paying, personally satisfying job 
once he finally finishes school. A special assembly 
on December 9th in the Little Theater presented 
sophomores with the various options for vocational 
education at Euclid High School. After viewing a 
slide show featuring pictures of the various voca- 
tional classes available to juniors and seniors, stu- 
dents were given a written description of each 
course and its requirements along with a sheet on 
which they could indicate if they were interested 
in finding out more information about a particular 
course. 

In his remarks to the sophomores, Mr. Robert 
Yocum, the career counselor, emphasized the need 
for entry level job skills and flexibility to be suc- 
cessful in the job market of the 1980's. 

Right: A well produced slide show helped to enliven the sopho- 
mores' vocational education assembly. 




Bottom Row: Don Fox, Jim Evans, Scott Corrao, Sheila Wil- 
liams. Denise Mauldin. Row 2: Karen Kuhar, .Judy Serafin, Jim 
Dorado, Scott Wallace. Bow 3; Sandy Schiefman, Donna White, 
Ron Lesnick. Row 4.-Darlene Hutclierson, Sherri Gorman, Jeff 
Vandevender, Carol Trevarthon, Kurt Kause. Row 5: Tony 
Powell, Mike Kempert, Bill Starr, Chuck Deptola, Terry Rab- 
bitts. 




Bottom i?OH'.-Dave Katcher, Paul Doyle. Row 2:Mike Lange, Josie 
Jules, Karen Cook. Row 3: Jennifer Taylor, Denise Dulla, Jackie 
Majers, Cindy Black. Row 4: Tma Luther. Sharon Hansen, Scott 
Skiljan, Kathy King, Sara Sejun. Row 5: Mike Menart. Danielle 
Nichting, Wayne Molnar. Row 6: Kate Grigsby, Dave Mohline, 
John Zelc, Rick Schulz. 



150 Underclass • Sophomores 



Amy Nemecek, Kris Hem, and Carol Perovshek take a minute to 
socialize in the E-room. 




Bottom Kovv; Joe Minissale. Tom Yuras, Ivan Raguz. Kow 5; Barry 
Mita, Chris Vandemotter, Jesse Rodgers. Row 3: Nicole Howard, 
Cheri Smith, Robin Speroff. Bow 4; Karen Golinar, Nicole Beaudry, 
Sue Sekerak. Row 5: Carole Maranville, Debbie Simon, Colleen 
Flanagan. Row 6: Pat Lonchar, Joan Cable, Lenore Brown. 



*The biggest difference 
between the senior 
high school and the 
junior high school is 
that I have a bigger 
choice of subjects. 
I don't have to take 
a course I don't like. 
Instead, I can take a 
course that suits me!' 



— Mike Vuyancib 




Bottom Row: Greg Woods, Laura Wise, Kris Fazio. Bow .2; Jill 
Lah, Rick Bates, Dan Formica, Sandy Henderson, Jim Shusky, 
Dave Popelstein, Dave Hackathorn. 



Sophomores • Underclass 151 



First Day Jitters 



To a sophomore on the first day of school, Euchd 
High must seem huge, crowded, impersonal, and fore- 
boding. But as the school year goes on, and sopho- 
mores come to know the school, they begin to recog- 
nize the advantages of EHS. 

For example, the sophomores were asked in a sur- 
vey to describe the biggest difference between junior 
high and senior high life. Jeff Cutwright said, "The 
high school is much bigger than the junior high 
schools; therefore, it is easier to get lost or be tardy 
for classes." Gina Amato also saw size as the biggest 
difference but went on to say, "Lunch time is like a 
big step forward because you do have a little bit more 
freedom." 

Another obvious difference from junior high life is 
the amount of people. Jasna Vinkovic said "Senior 
high school life is much more exciting and challeng- 
ing than junior high school life. You meet more people 



and get involved in more things than you would in 
junior high." Sophie Halbert admitted that "the sen- 
ior high is a lot harder, but it has more people, and it's 
easier to make friends." Carole Perovsbek comment- 
ed, "In junior high, there was a rivalry between the 
three schools. When they're brought together in Eu- 
chd, we act as one." 

While the senior high might be big and complicated 
to a sophomore, Denise Kacperski saw some positive 
qualities. "Life in high school," she said, "has many 
advantages. Everyone can be involved in an activity 
because there are so many to choose from." 

The expectations of every sophomore are best ex- 
pressed by Katie ZettI:"The first year of high school 
is the first big step towards a successful future. Hope- 
fully, always striving to be the best will raise my self- 
esteem and earn the respect and admiration of my 
fellow students." 




Bottom Row: Eileen Galloway, Lisa Leibnitzer, Carol Bammer- 
lin. Row 2: Maria Pavlovich. Adrianne Bolivar, Lynnet Perov- 
sek. Bow.?; Janice Sauerman, Nancy Shimonek, Lisa Brisbine. 
Anna Chanakas. Lisa Cechura. Row 4: Glenn Kubik, Brenda 
Hubbard. Judy Groudle. Row ,5.- Wilbert Rush, Steven Morek. 
Robert Campbell, John Stokes. Row 6'; Jim Palmer, Miroslav 
Milicevic. 



Bottom Ko»v; Darlenc Battle. Vicki Schimmels, Cammi Williams. 
Terry Lyon. Patty Keough. Row 2: Carol Hart. Sue Yurkovich. 
Lauren Tonni, Donna Daykin. Kow ,?; Mary Swider, Janet Brentar, 
Rebecca Swift. Lisa Duracensky, Robbin Chan. Row 4: Marilyn 
Paulin. Ellen Barth. Dianna Dunlevy, Kim Roberts, Laurie Calla- 
han. Row 5: Cindy Engelking. Christine Duke, Steven Paciorek, 
Harold Jones. 



152 Underclass • Sophomores 



Bottom Row: Kim Delaney. Kandice Scnger. Kelly Thompson, 
Monica Ubic. Row 2: Tammy Argenti, Marybcth Dcmark, Jim 
Knapp, Pam Hogan, Row 3: Ron Mueller, .Julia Izquicrdo, Bob 
Nacinovich, Angelina Papo. Row 4:KQvm Bell, Gary DonneU, I.ou 
Orazcm, Paul Olson. iJoiv. 5.- Frank Strohmycr, Don Hamilton, Ivan 
Lane, Keith Wilson. Dave Latkowski. Row 6"; Gary Batdorf. 




'What I hope to 
accomplish during my 
sophomore year in high 
school is making the 
honor roll. To fulfill 
this expectation I feel 
I must do my homework 
and study hard for 
tests and quizzes.' 



— Jimmie Strowder 




Bottom Row:Kcilhy O'Brien. Amy Nemecek. Mark Hribar. Row 2: 
Aretha Hennessee. Kathy Ukmar, Jan Schneider. Row 3: Doug 
Horvat. Jo Ann Golen, Lynn Bencivenni. Row 4: Phil Karabmus. 
Tim Lindic, Sue Koch. Row 5: Bill Jue, Rhonda Sterrick. Rose 
Struna. Sue Hofferl, Lorri Miller. Row 6: Jim Blevins, Jenny 
Schwartz, Al Ponsart. Mark Ussai. 



It took a while for the sophomores to adjust themselves to the 
high school's size, layout, and large student body. 



Sophomores • Underclass 153 



Steve Ostrom and Adam Race may have a 
printing career in their future. 



Glenn Albert 
Mike Albright 
Jim Ambrose 



Walter Anderson 

Danette Antonick 

Denise Antonick 



Mark Archie 

Kim Armstrong 

Sue Arnold 

Bill Baizel 

Gordon Bak 

Alex Bako 

David Ball 

Scott Barich 

Jeff Barnard 

Stan Barnard 

John Barndt 

Jeff Baromir 

Lou Bartulovic 

Michelle Batya 

Frank Bauck 

Scott Bealko 

Michelle Beggs 

James Behm 

James Belavich 

Felicia Bellemy 

Barb Benko 

David Bennett 

Lisa Berardinelli 

Alex Beret 

Erik Beros 

Cheryl Beuck 

Kristin Beutler 

George Bielfelt 

Ruth Bierer 

Bonnie Black 

Brenda Black 

Eldridge Black 

Brian Bleigh 

Bill Blevins 

Bill Bolton 

Steve Bosher 

Charles Bost 

Mark Botirius 

Cheryl Botts 

Bob Bozak 

Barb Bozich 

Ed Bradac 

Jamie Brannon 

Mike Bratton 

Bill Breeden 




154 Underclass • Juniors 



Juniors Eye The Future 



The results of a survey given to a number of 
junior classes revealed that while most juniors 
had a definite career preference, not many 
juniors had discussed their plans with their 
counselors. 

The poll found that 60% of the juniors plan 
some type of education, either college or trade 
school, after graduation: 25% intend to go to 
work; and surprisingly only 1% plan to enter the 
military. 14% of the juniors surveyed had no 
immediate plans after high school. 

Career interest among the juniors was very 
diversified with the skilled trades, such as 
plumbing and carpentry, being the most popular 




choice with 20% of the vote. The business 
professions were the second choice of the juniors 
with 18% of the vote. The science and legal 
professions were tied for third place, each 
getting a 10% share. Education careers attracted 
8% of the students, and medical careers 7%. Last 
in career choices was industrial jobs, getting only 
5% of the vote. 

When it came to researching their plans, only 
26% of the juniors surveyed had discussed career 
plans with their counselor or made use of the 
information available in the Career Office. Most 
of these students are probably enrolled in 
vocational classes, which have attracted 30% of 
the junior class. 



Jackie Breeding 
Gina Bregy 
Judy Breining 
Kevin Brennan 
Gina Brewer 
Jenny Breznikar 
Sharon Brinsko 

Bill Brochak 
Clarence Brogdon 
Andrea Brokato 
Bill Brown 
Gary Brown 
Jeff Brown 
Karen Brown 



Kathy Brown 
Caroline Brussee 



Michael Budas 
Sharon Buehner 



Phil Buettner 
Nick Bukvic 



Joe Picozzi sel.s his sights on his next shot during a friendly 
game in the E-room. 



Tom Bumbarger 
Cheryl Burnette 



Juniors • Underclass 155 



Juniors Head West 




Chris Burris 
Kenny Callahan 



Tammy Calogar 
Troy Cantini 



George Caplick 
Lisa Caplick 



Laura Capretta 
Marie Caputo 



Cathy Carlo 
Tom Carlson 




This look east down Lake Shore Boulevard may be one of the 
few memories many juniors have of Euclid, Ohio. 



The class of 1983 might be well-advised to plan to 
hold its ten year reunion in Houston, Denver, or Los 
Angeles according to a Euclidian survey given to 
representative junior English classes. 

When asked to indicate the section' of the country 
they expected to be living in ten years from now, only 
7% of the juniors responded Greater Cleveland while 
another 5% answered the Midwest. Not surprisingly 
considering the job market, the juniors were most 
strongly attracted to the Sunbelt areas of the coun- 
try, which accounted for 78% of the responses. The 
most popular region was the West Coast with 32% of 
the vote. It was followed by the West, 24%; the South, 
15%; and the Southwest, 7%. Only 10% of the respon- 
dents indicated the East Coast would be their future 
residence. 

When asked about their expectations for their lives 
ten years from now, 78% of the juniors said that they 
would be married, 71% expected to have children, and 
68% expected to already be homeowners. As far as 
political affiliations, 43% would be Democrats, 24% 
Republicans, and 33% independent voters. Only 49% 
expected the nation's economy to be better than it is 
now, but 72% believed that cheaper forms of energy 
will have been developed by then. 



156 Underclass • Juniors 












Beth Carman 
Kim Cartulla 
Bill Castrovince 
Geneme Cefaratti 
Lisa Cenla 
Lynn Centa 
Susan Cermak 

Kalvis Cers 
Berni Champ 
Wendy Cicek 
Mane Cirino 
Rob Clapacs 
Don Clere 
Maureen Colling 

Mike Colo 
Marc Conklin 
Debbie Conner 
Kathy Corbelt 
Lisa Cover 
John Cupar 
Mike Danna 

Jeff Dauer 
Chris Davis 
John Davis 
Tom Deason 
John Deatsch 
Patrick Delaney 
Denise Demark 



Sheri Deuschle 
Dennis Dickard 
John Donnett 



Wendy Dort 
Tim Doyle 
Sue Drienka 



Cindy Drobnick 
Jim Dudziak 
Corinne Dular 



Darin Dureiko 
Vesna Dures 
Susan Dymanski 



Now we know why Mike Guarino is never late to 
any of his classes. 



Tresa Eberwein 
Eric Echols 
i ^ I Dennis Ecker 



Juniors • Underclass 157 



Aaaghl I'll get this yet'. BT\an Kime takes a shot 
at solving Rubik's Cube. 



Russ Ede 

Mike EUenbest 

Darryl Ellul 



Laura Englcbrecht 
Mark Eros 
Craig Eyman ^^ feu 



Nick Farinacci 
Blaise Festini 
Greg Fondran 



Roy Force 

Selma Ford 

Donna Prancetic 



Dave Franks 

Maryann Fratcher 

Brenda Fumich 

Tony Furlan 

Jim Furman 

Vicki Pussell 

Eldred Gaddis 

Darin Gaffney 

Lesa Galer 

Akhilesh Ganti 

Ian Garland 

Lynette Gilmorc 

Donna Giunta 

Peter Glanowski 

Frank Glavan 

Alan Click 

Kevin Godnavec 

Sharon Golinar 

Jeff Grabinski 

Lisa Grassi 

Cyndi Green 

Steven Greene 

Lisa Griffin 

Gail Griswold 

John Grmovsek 

Phil Gron 

Mike Guarino 

Peter Hadzima 

Nora Haller 

Roberts Hammonds 

Randy Hampton 








158 Underclass • Juniors 



The Cube 



The biggest fad by far of the 1981-82 school year 
was the Rubik's Cube phenomenon. This small 
plastic square, costing approximately $4 took the 
toy market by storm and seemed to be owned by 
virtually every teenager in the United States. 

The size of the Cube was a definite asset for any 
student who brought it to school to while away the 
hours. Easily concealed behind a couple of books, 
one could readily work on cracking the Cube while 
giving the impression of diligent study. The fact 
that the Cube gave off occasional clicking sounds 
as its various faces were twisted was an added 
bonus since the noises were guaranteed to drive 
any teacher bananas in about thirty seconds. 

To solve the Cube, of course, one had to line up 
the same color on each side of the square. Easy, if 
your name was Albert Einstein, but most students, 
who did not have the time or patience to spend 
hours working out the solution on their own, beat a 
track to the nearest book store to buy a copy of 
the solution book. A sign of the Cube's popularity 
was the fact that its solution book was on 
practically every best-sellers list this year. 




Laurie Hanlon 
Bonnie Hann 



Kathy Hanratty 
John Harper 



Chris Harris 
Elaine Haupt 



Lance Haverlock 
Ruth Heimberger 



Eileen Heimsoth 
Kurt Henkel 




Therese Williams and Sue Reinke add the finishing touches to a spirit sign masterpiece. 



Juniors • Underclass 159 



The Lake Theater could make piles of money 
with Clint Eastwood film festivals. 



Charles Herbst 

Matt Heranan 

Walt Himes 



Greg Hinton 

Wernher Hirzer 

Joseph Hoag 



Linda Hochevar 
Linda Hoffart 
Steve Hoffert 

Kim Hoffman 

Kim Holley 

Dion Hoit 

Hillary Hook 

Justin Hornug 

Chen Howe 

John Hribar 

Mary Hromyko 

Stacie Hrvatin 

Andrea Hudson 

Chris Hughes 

Felicia Hughlett 

Rick Hunt 

Darette Hurney 

Debbie Hutchins 

Janet Immke 

Jeannine Immke 

Keith Imrle 

Vince Indiano 

Carrie Jackson 

Shan Jacobs 

Tom Jakovlic 

Geddy Jakubauskas 

Lauren Jambor 

Jenny Jaroscak 

Dan Jazbec 

Petar Joksimovich 

Angle Jones 

Holly Jones 

Sara Jones 

Stacy Jones 

Linda Jordan 

Marlene Joyce 

Donna Juratovac 

John Kastelic 

Emerson Keay 

Ted Keeney 

Pat Kehn 

Karmen Kelly 

Mary Ann Kelly 

Kris Kempke 

Kime Brian 




160 Underclass • Juniors 



Media Favorites 



Although it may not have been as precise as 
the Neilson or Arbitron ratings, the Euchdian 
gave a survey to the junior class to determine 
its media tastes. 

Surprisingly, there was no clear-cut winner 
for the favorite prime time TV show. The 
most popular shows were M*A*S*H, General 
Hospital, and WKRP in Cincinnati, but they 
only received 11%, 6%, and 5% of the vote 
respectively. In contrast, General Hospital 
was far and away the favorite soap opera of 
the juniors, piling up 57% of the vote. General 
Hospital's vote was all the more impressive 
when one considers that 40% of the juniors 
indicated that they did not watch soap operas. 

Like TV shows, there were no clear winners 



for favorite movies, but a wide range of titles 
that got two or three votes. Stripes, however, 
did receive the largest vote: 5%, followed by 
Gone With the Wind, Airplane, Halloween II, 
and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, all with 
4%. 

Clint Eastwood led the Favorite Movie Star 
category with 18% of the vote. He was 
followed by Burt Reynolds, 15%, and Robert 
Redford, 13%. Interestingly enough, there was 
not a single vote for an actress in response to 
the question. 

Unlike the movies and TV programs, there 
were strong favorites among radio stations. 
WMMS proved most popular, capturing 36% of 
the vote. It was followed by WLYT, with 30%, 
and M-105 with 6%. 






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Walt Kinkopf 
John Kinsley 
Dave Klemencic 
Sandie Klimek 
Victor Knaus 
Mike Kobetitsch 
Cris Koenig 

Bobbi Koester 
Rick Kojan 
Paul Kolleda 
Matt Koman 
Tom Knocar 
Chris Konchan 
Ken Kordich 



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Bonnie Kost 



Julie Koucky 
Maria Kovac 



Larry Kravos 
Bob Krcal 



Yvonne Krofcheck 
Mike Kucera 



Juniors • Underclass 161 



Junior Aubrey Ward uses his library time to check out the Plain 
Dealer and Gina Dis^mon. 



Joe Kucnnanic 
Rajshree Kumar 



Jim Labondano 
Ernie Lackner 



Sheila Laidlaw 
Craig Lane 



Michael Lang 
Ann Langan 

Janet Larkms 

Brenda Laska 

David Latkowski 

Mike Lausin 

Linda Lavalley 

Tim Lawrence 

Lisa Leasure 



Paul Leasure 

Marty Legan 

Gary Leinweber 

Susan Leonard 

Dave Leonhardt 

Keith Lexa 

Pauline LiUey 




Sipe Rated Tops 



Entertainment was not the only category in 
which there were favorites. The juniors were 
also polled on the following topics: favorite 
athlete, subject, food, and comic strip. 

Brian Sipe ran away with the title Favorite 
Athlete with 39% of the vote. Distantly 
following Sipe was Lyle Alzedo, with 6% of 
the vote, and Greg Pruitt with 4%. 

As for a favorite subject, history won over 
English and math by a modest margin. It 
received 20% of the vote while the other two 



received 14% and 12% respectively. 

Italian dishes were the most popular among 
the juniors. Pizza topped the survey with 25% 
of the vote while spaghetti and lasagna tied 
for third with 9% each. Steak was the only 
American food that made the survey with 15% 
of the vote. 

The favorite comic strip was Garfield, 
capturing 27% of the possible vote. It won 
over the hometown strip Ziggy, which earned 
17% and Blondie, which placed third with 10%. 



162 Underclass • Juniors 




A Garfield gallery on the back of the Fall Play set 
helped settle nervous stomachs on opening night. 



Or / triii 



N'adine Lisac 
Hob Lloyd 
Frances Lloyd 
Larry Longstreth 
Deena Lucci 
Karin Ludvik 
Shanton Lutlonbey 

Patty Lynch 
James Lyon 
Diana Mackell 
Monica Maio 
Bill Maire 
Scott Maitland 
Greg Malaney 

Joelle Maldonado 
Cindy Malone 
Karen Marando 
Mike Markiewicz 
Norm Marolt 
Lisa Marrott 
Kathy Martens 

Erik Martin 
Randy Martin 
Victor Martin 
Michelle MartoroUo 
Dave Marvin 
Andrew Mascio 
Bruna Masera 

Beth Mason 
Philip Massaro 
Jane Mast 
Xina Matic 
David Matsko 
Heather Maltson 
Randy Maxwell 

Tim Mays 
Russ Mazzaro 
Beth McArthur 
Gordon McCance 
Nancy McCourt 
Joseph McElwain 
J.P. McGraw 



Avril Mclnally 
Kate McLaughlin 
Blair McLean 



Rich McNamara 
Anne McNeils 
Mark Medley 



Jadranka Medved 
Mike Menhart 
Allison Mersnik 



Juniors • Underclass 163 



Below: Junior Pammi Phillips has won several 
awards in area figure skating competitions. 



Kim Metz 

John Meyers 

Jill Midolo 



Mike Mihalick 

Alice Mihelcic 

John Miklavcic 



Palti Miklavcic 

George Miller 

Linda Miller 



Becky Minaritzis 

Mia Minerd 

John Minissale 



Brian Mita 
Mary Modic 
Ed Molesky 

Suellyn Mooney 

Jacques Moore 

Dennis Morek 

Laura Morris 

Diane Moser 

Jim Moses 

Tern Moster 

Ron Mueller 

Dan Mullins 

Albert Mulraney 

Kim Munici 

Dave Mzik 

Darwin Nemec 

Gerri Newell 

Therese Nickel 

Luis Nieves 

Kim Norton 

Donald Novotney 

Bob Nowac 

Shirleen Nurmi 

Dan O'Donnell 



Tim O'Donnell 

Tim O'Neill 

Vlatko Oroz 

Ken Ospelt 

Steve Ostrom 

Kim Overholt 

Bob Owen 




lb4 Underclass • Juniors 



The Champ 



Pammi Phillips, an 11th grader here at Eudid 
High School, has great potential in the field of 
championship ice skating. 

Pammi started her ice skating carrer at the age of 
five when her parents placed her in group lessons. 
She later was enrolled in private lessons. There she 
sharpened her skating skills and was accepted in 
Euclid's Blade and Edge Club. 

Over the years, Pammi has found that hard word 
ultimately pays off. In March of 1981 she took first 
place in the Cleveland Invitational. She has also 
taken first place in figure skating at the Tri-State 
competition for the last three years in a row. 

In spite of skating lessons that last from 6 to 7:30 
in the morning, Pammi is an outstanding student at 
Euclid. She plans to go on to college and pursue a 
career in the field of science. As far as skating is 
concerned, Pammi still views skating as fun, not 
just competition. How far she will go with competi- 
tive skating will depend on her personal feelings 
toward it. 




i Joe Oyaski 
4 Paul Pallante 



■ j Tina Palumbo 

Sam Pantalone 



Anna Papouras 
|1 Connie Papouras 



Diane Papouras 
Jim Parsons 



John Parsons 
Dean Pate 




To show support for their favorite team, these juniors dressed up for Halloween to cheer on the 
Cleveland Browns. 



Juniors • Underclass 165 



Urvashi Patel 
Lynn Pauley 



Paul Pavlina 
Barb Pavlovski 



Tony Payne 
Jim Peck 



Debbie Penicka 
Vince Penny 



Bill Perdue 

Lori Perna 

Janet Peters 

Bob Peterson 

Mike Peterson 

Rudy Peterson 

Pammi Phillips 

Joanne Picciano 

Joe Picozzi 

Pollymara Pmkava 

Jim Piper 

Trish Pirsil 

Diane Platl 

Patty Plavcan 

Joseph Plesko 

Andrea Pluta 

Jim Poklar 

Dale Ponsart 

Mike Poplstein 

Chris Popovic 

Steve Popp 

Ken Porz 

Wendy Potokar 

Andy Powaski 

Matt Price 

Lynn Pritchard 

Frank Purnell 

Adam Race 

Mary Ann Radisak 

John Rahija 

Amy Raicevich 

Vincc Rattini 

Rodney Reho 

Claudia Reinbrecht 

Ted Reinbrecht 



Claudia Reinbrecht, Laura Capretta, and Yvonne Krofcheck are 
Euclid's Charlie's Angels. 




166 Underclass • Juniors 



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Susan Reinke 
Mike Rendina 
Jill Reminick 
Lisa Rhone 
Matt Richards 
Jack Richardson 
Bob Rinderle 

Cheryl Roberts 
Cindy Robinette 
Bill Rogers 
Dave Rojeck 
Diane Rolik 
Bryan Ross 
Jackie Rose 

Phil Rose 
Pam Rossman 
Vena Rostankowski 
Lisa Rowan 
Larry Rowland 
Richard Rozic 
Tony Rupcic 

Frank Sajn 
Jon Sajn 
Randy Salter 
Scott Sanford 
Bill Savage 
Jean Savage 
Timothy Scaife 

Richard Schafer 
Dan Schauer 
Patty Schauer 
Michelle Scheid 
Dino Schembre 
Dawn Schmeling 
Ken Schmeltzer 

Rob Schoeniger 
Carolyn Schultz 
Janet Schultz 
Paul Schultz 
Karen Schuiz 
Karen Schuiz 
Linda Scott 

Lisa Sellers 
Sue Sidhu 
Laura Sikora 



Ingrid Simicak 
Sheila Simmons 
Mindv Simon 



Kimberley Sirk 
Shelley Skora 
Julie Smith 



Kathy Cibrik and Marv and Jack Richardson are 
some of Greg Fondran's most loyal fans. 



Juniors • Underclass 16T 



Jessica Smith 
Lezlie Smith 
Milton Smith 



Nancy Smith 
Patti Smith 
Steve Smith 



Michele Snyder 

Pamela Snyder 

Greg Sopko 



Barbara Spaur 

Cathy Spooner 

Beth Steele 

Susie Stephens 

Judy Stevko 

Regina Stewart 

Sam Stewart 

Peggy Stibinger 

Brian Stipkovich 

John Stoudermire 

David Strell 

Kevin Strong 

Mark Suchevits 

Chuck Summerhill 

Sue Suponcic 

Miyung Surh 

Marianne Surovy 

Joyce Suttle 

Wendy Swyt 

Mike Szmania 

Diane Szukalski 

Becky Tavano 

Tracie Taylor 

Dan Terzano 

Elaine Terzano 

Chris Testa 

John Theodosion 

George Thomas 

Ten Thomas 

John Thompson 

Bonnie Thornton 

Kim Tianello 

Sharon Tice 

Tammy Tichenor 

Linda Tinelli 

Carolyn Torer 

Pete Totarella 

Bill Toth 

Lisa Tousel 

Kim Trebec 

Lori Trebec 

Leo Troha 



Ken Ospelt provides Lou Nieves with some 
^ creative genius for his spirit sign, 




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168 Underclass • Juniors 





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Sue Turner 
Leslie Urbas 
Eileen Vandeveer 
Tom Vclkos 
Mike Vella 
Tom Vernon 
Joseph Vislocky 

Susan Wachhaus 
Darrm Wagner 
Mary Walsh 
Sheila Walsh 
Jonathan Walters 
Betsy Wandersleben 
Aubrey Ward 

Michelle Ward 
Mark Wardeiner 
Patrice Ware 
Peaches Ware 
Melanice Watkins 
Michele Watros 
John Webb 

Curt Wells 
Art Werle 
Therese Williams 
Thomas Williams 
Brian Wilson 
Carolyn Wilson 
Rob Wilson 

Tina Winters 
Carrie Wise 
Tim Wootten 
Linda Wudy 
Jacquie Young 
Lynn Yuko 
Tern Zakraysek 

Deneen Zanghi 
JoAnn Zele 
Linda Ziegler 
Tina Zingale 
Jeff Zingle 
Barb Zupancic 
Michael Zusman 



Juniors Find Familiarity Breeds Fun 



According to a poll of junior 
class students, the biggest 
difference between 11th and 
10th graders is a certain 
calmness that comes with 
familiarity with one's 
surroundings. For example, 
Kim Norton stated, 
"Sophomores are more cautious 
because they don't know the 
school as well as the juniors." 
On the same note, Bob Clapacs 
said, "A sophomore doesn't 
know what to expect at the 
lowest grade in the school. 
Juniors have a year under their 
belts." 

Involvement in school is 



another big difference between 
sophomores and juniors. 
According to Lezlie Smith, a 
junior "has gotten into the 
swing of being in high school 
while a sophomore is still 
under the shock of being here." 
Paul Leasure stated, "A 
sophomore is scared and 
looking; a junior has found out 
and is using what the school 
has to offer." Bonnie Thornton 
agreed that juniors are much 
more involved in school and 
added that "juniors realize how 
important it is to get good 
grades." Karen Marando 
summed up the difference in 



attitude between juniors and 
sophomores by stating, "I think 
that a junior would have a 
better attitude toward school 
because a sophomore just came 
out of junior high, and that is 
the worst part of life." 
Although the juniors' 
expectations for the school 
year ranged from Paul 
Pavlina's "pass" to Rupert 
Hird's "get straight A's in 
class", Dave Franks spoke for 
all when he said, "I hope to be 
the best possible student I can 
be." 



Juniors • Underclass 169 




Above: "Smile if >ou plan lo graduate 
this year." Lisa Lcnchcr. Cat ole 
Otcasek, Donna Zupan, and Sand> 
Ukmar practice their grins in 
anticipation of the June 6th 
commencement. Far right: Senior 
elves mal^e a Christmas visit to Pat 
Switzler. Right, center: Led by John 
Davies, the seniors cheered the 
baslvetball team on to its record- 
setting season. Left, center: Paul 
Glaser and his mystery guest. Left: 
Kathy Brown and Carole Rozum 
work out their homework problems. 



170 Seniors Divider 




^After high school I hope to go on to 
college, possibly on an athletic 
scholarship, and study either 
journalism or lav^ enforcement.' 



— Pat VuyancJh 



'My tuture will hopefully be some type 
of career in art. I'm interested in 
drawing pictures for children's books.' 



— Kathy Ray 



'My expectation^^ for the future are to 
be successful and rich no matter what 
it takes.' 



Mike Guentber 



'1 expect there vs^ill be a future.' 

— Jill Krawczyszyn 




Divider Seniors 171 



Seniors always place the most students on the honor roll. 



'In your senior year, 

you gain a certain 

confidence and poise 

that only conies vv^hen 

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rest of the student 

body looks up to you.' 

— Marybetb Mikovic 



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Myca Linette Abraham 

Susan Adams 

Paul D. Adkms 

Patricia A. Albanese 

John Jeffrey Albertone 



Jon Alexander 

Theresa Andresky 

Steven John Anzells 

Denise Lynn Ault 

James E. Avcm 



Deborah Jean Bagwell 

Donald M. Bailey 

Susan Marie Balazs 

Virginia Elizabeth Balogh 

Robert E. Banaszek 




172 Seniors 



Myca Linelte Abraham "Myca" Girls' JV Basketball, co-captain, 10; 
Girls' Varsity Basketball 11; Ski Club, 12; Senior Class Cabinet, 12. 
Paul D. Adkins'P.A." Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11, 12; 
Investment Club 12. Patricia A. Albaaese "Patty" Distributive 
Education 12. John Jeffrey Albertone "Albie" Football 10; Ski Club 
11; Vocational Automotives 11, 12. Jon Alexander "Big A" Football 
10; Indoor Track 10. Theresa Andresky "Tec". Sherry Aolenori Not 
Pictured. Steven John Anzells "Steve" Marching Band 10, 11. squad 
leader 12; Concert Band 10, 11, Stage Band 11, 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 12; Swimming 10, Wrestling 11; Swim Leader 11; Big Show 
Pit Orchestra 10, 11, 12. Demise Lynn Ault"Dee" Basketball Aide 10, 
Office Aide 11, 12. Deborah Jeaa Bagwell "Baggie" Sophomore 
Chorus 10, Vocational Child Care 11, 12; Hero Club 11, 12; Powder 
Puff 12. Susan Marie Balazs"Sxie" Euclidian 10; Wrestling Aide 10, 
11; Powder Puff 12. Virginia Elizabeth Balogh "Ginny" Majorette 
Club 10, 11; Drama Club 10; Student Secretary 11, 12:' Survey 12; NHS 
11, 12; French Club 12. Robert E. Banaszek "Lou" Hockey 10, 11. 12. 
Tom Banning "Tom" Vocational Automotives 11, 12. Nicholas Barich 
"Nick" Office Aide 11; Battle of the Classes 11, Distributive Education, 
treasurer 12. Joe Barteld "Barts " Metal Sculpture Club 12. Thomas lU. 
Batya "Tom" Martial Arts Club 11; Track 11. Joyce Ann Beidle 
"Joyce". Lois Belavich "Lois" Majorette Club U; Hockey Aide 11, 12. 
Bruce C. BeaedicI "Bruiser" Baseball 10, 11, 12. Basketball 10, II. 12; 
Investment Club, president 12; Office Aide 12. Kim Yvette Bertrand 
"Yvette" AFS 11, 12; Euclidian 12; Powder Puff 12; Big Show 10; 
Choral Masters II, 12. Vince Bevacqua "Vince" Not Pictured. 





Tom Banning 
Nicholas Barich 



Joe Bartelid 
Thomas M. Batya 



David W. Bauer 
Michael P. Bauer 



Joyce Ann Beidle 
Lois Belavich ^^ 
Bruce G. Benedict 
Kim Yvette Bertrand 
Connie M. Biller 




Seniors Pass Civics Test 



With most seniors close to or 
already eighteen years old, 
they will have the 
responsibility of voting falling 
upon them soon. Because of 
this, the Euclidian polled 
members of the senior class 
about their political knowledge 
and opinions. 

The people polled seemed to 
know who's who in 
government. 87% correctly ID'd 
George Bush as the Vice- 
President of the United States. 
83% also knew the names of 



the two senators from Ohio: 
Howard Metzenbaum and John 
Glenn. Not surprisingly, the 
mayor of Euchd, Anthony 
Giunta, had the highest 
recognition factor: 94%. 
However, only 75% of the 
seniors knew that Dennis 
Eckart was the congressional 
representative from the 22nd 
district. 

Not only did the seniors 
know the "who's who", but 
they also knew the "what's 
what". 24% agreed with the 



Reagan budget cuts, 62% 
believed that the Equal Rights 
Amendment should be passed, 
54% agreed with Reagan's 
increase in defense spending, 
53% agreed in general with the 
way in which Reagan is 
handling the country's affairs. 
Only 19% felt that the draft 
should be re-established. 

Noting the results, the class 
of 1982 appears well-informed 
and ready to become 
responsible voting citizens. 



Seniors 173 



Joel Mansi^erger shows that he 
has the tatent needed for a 
great career as a stringblower. 




Future Plans 



According to a survey given 
to seniors, the majority of the 
senior class will be found in 
college classrooms or trade 
schools in the fall of 1982. 

When asked about their future 
plans, 60% of the seniors 
responded that they intended to 
go to college; another 7% 
planned to attend trade school. 
27% intended to seek full-time 
employment; 3% planned on 
military service, and 3% of the 



seniors were undecided about 
their futures. 

The most popular career fields 
were business, medicine, 
science, and retailing. 34% of the 
seniors found themselves 
leaning toward a business 
career; followed by medicine, 
17%; science, 14%; and retailing, 
9%. Other careers mentioned 
were industrial work, skilled 
trades, art, and the education 
and legal professions. 



Susan Bittner 

Allen D. Black 

Douglas Blackman 

Sharon Blankenship 

Susan Leslie Bolger 



Anthony Boschi 
Jane Bost 




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Keith W. Bowes 
Lisa Mane Boyle 



Thomas Braddock 
Sherri Lynn Breeden 




Allen D. Black Kcv Club 10. vicc-presidenl 11, 12; Media Aide 10, 11, 
12: Big Show 10, li. 12; Fall Play 10, 11, 12; Spring Play 10. 11; Senior 
Talent Nighl 10, 11, 12. Douglas Blackman OKA. U. 12. Cbrislina 
Bognar "Chris" Nol pictured. Euclidian 10. Susan Leslie Bolger 
"Sunshine" Cosmetology 11, 12. Jeffery Boone Not pictured. CarJa 
Bornds Not pictured. Anthony Boscbi "Boch". Jane Bost "Zanv" 
Outdoor Club 11, 12; Christmas Elf 12. Keith W. Bowes Media Aides 
10, U, 12; Big Show 10. 11, 12; Fall Play 10, 12; Spring Piav 11; Senior 
Talent Night 10, 11, 12. Lisa Marie Boyle "The cat" Child Care 11. 12; 
Hero Club 11, 12. Katheen Brady Not pictured. Kevin Brady Not 
pictured. Sherri Lynn Breeden "Gypsy" Child Care 11, 12; Hero Club, 
treasurer 12; Powder Puff. William David Brellon "Bill" Symphonic 
Wind En.semble 10. 11. 12; Marching Band 10. 11. 12; Stage Band 11. 
12; Rig Show Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 11. director 12. Steven F. 
Bretver "Brew" Track 10. 11; Cross Country 11; Euclidian 12; Powder 
Puff Coach 12. Lonny D. Brewster Not pictured. Vocational Art 11. 12. 
Tom Brn/ic Soccer 10. 11; Investment Club 12. Beverly Brown 
Vocational Art 11. 12; Powder Puff 12. Joyce Brown Office Aide 11; 
C.O.E. historian 12. Kathryn Anne Brown "Brownie" Girls' Basketball 
10. 11, co-captain 12; Cross country 10, co-captain 11; Softball 10. 11. 
co-captain 12; Senior Class Cabinet 12; G.L.C. 10. 11; Marching Band 
10. 11. Pamela J. BroH-n "Pani" Flag Corps 12; Wai Napolo 11. 12: Ad 
Club 12: Euclidian 12; Survey 12; Student Council 11. 12: Senior Class 
12; Powder Puff 12; Track Aide 10. James Bruening "Jim" Vocational 
Automotives 11. 12. Lisa Brzozowski Track Aide 10, 11. 12: Flag 
Corps 12: Marching Band 12; Powder Puff 12. Gary T. Buck "Buckv" 
Cross country 11. 12; Indoor Track 10, 11, 12: Outdoor Track 10, 11, 
12: Marching Band 10, 11, 12: Concert Band 10. 11. 12; Stage Band 12. 
Timothy J. BudiV'Bud" Ski Club 10; Investment Club 12. 



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174 Seniors 




Mary Brentar 
William David Bretton 
Steven F. Brewer 
Tom Brnjic 
Bryan Brokale 



Beverly Brown 
Joyce Brown 
Kathryn Anne Brown 
Pamela J. Brown 
Terrell Brown 



James Bruening 
Steve Bruno 
Lisa Brzozowski 
Gary T. Buck 
Timothy J. Budic 




*The senior year brings 
joy and pain. The joy 
conies from knowing this 
is your last year and 
you'll soon be out. The 
pain conies vrith having to 
fill our SAT and ACT 
forms, college applications, 
and doing all your 
homew^ork.' 



— Myca Abraham 



Thoughts of a Powder Puff win bring smiles to Jim Mitch. 



Seniors 175 



Gary Budnar 

R. J. Budway 

Sue Bukovac 

Christopher Bukvic 

Michael Burrows 



Richard Burya 

Deborah Butara 

Peggy Butara 

Robert John Cable 

Estela CaipiUan 



Patricia Callahan 

Karyn J. Campbell 

Lisa Cannon 

Nicholas Caplick 

John Carter 




'My senior year has 

been a good one, and 

I'm sort of getting 

the feeling that I 

would rather be in 

school than w^orking all 

my life.' 



— John Albertone 




Christmas elves Kris Shook and Alison Derreberry distribute 
Christmas carnations. 



176 Seniors 



Elf Kalhy Brown looks as if she had one Christmas cookie 
too many. 




The Elves 



Among the other decorations around the school 
in December were the fifteen senior class elves. 
The names of the elves were drawn at random 
from a list of volunteers. Once selected, the elves 
had to sell chances for 25(t to the other members of 
the student body — the prize being the services of 
that elf in school on December 18th, the last day 
before the long Christmas vacation. 

Not only did the owners of the elves get 
someone to carry their books and pick up their 
cafeteria trays for one day, but the senior class 
benefited as well since all the profits went to them 
for use toward the senior prom. 



Gary W. Casio 
Judy Cater 
Marti M. Cefaratti 
Linda Cek 
Valdi Cervar 



Gary T. Budnar Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Vocational AutomoUves 11, 12. 
B. J. Budwav Buckove Boys' State 11; Euclidian 12; Key Club 12. 
Robert Jobii Cable "Bob" Football 10, 11, 12; Indoor Track 10. 11, 12; 
Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12; Investment Club 12; Concert Band 10, 11, 12; 
Office Aide II; Senior Class 12. Eslela Caipillan French Club 12; AFS 
Club 12; Astronomy Club 12. John Calabrese Not pictured. Karya J. 
CampbellSki Club 10. 12; Vocational Art 11, 12. Michelle Capelta Not 
pictured. Nicholas Caplick "Nick" Vocational Accounting, vice- 
president II, treasurer 12. Dawn Carter Not pictured. John Carter 
Vocational Automotives II, 12. Sherri Carter Nol pictured: 
Cosmetology II. 12. Gary H', Casfo "Garr" Baseball 10, 11, 12; 
Football 10,' II. Judy Cafer Choral Masters 10. II; C.O.E.. 
parlimentarian 12. Marti M. Cefaratti Ski Club 10, II, 12; Wrestling 
10 Linda Cek C.O.E. 12. Valdi Cervar Soccer 10, 11. Brian K. 
Chapman "Brian" Fall Play 10; Winter Play 10: Big Show 10; 
Marching Band 10. 11, vice-president 12; Concert Band 10; Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 11. 12; Pep Band 10, II, 12; Stage Band 12; Outdoor 
Club 10; Big Show Orchestra 11, 12; Swim Leader II: Investment Club 
12. Tamara T. Chapman "Tammy" Volleyball 10, 11; Key Club 12; Ski 
Club 12; Powder Puff 12. Marie Cheatham "Re-Re" Choral Masters 
II, 12; Sophomore Chorus 10; Investment Club 12; Powder Puff 12. 
Keith E. Childers Not pictured. Michael Chinchar Not pictured. 



Tony Champa 
Brian K. Chapman 



Tamara T. Chapman 
Mane Cheatham 



Jim Cherne 
Mark Chicone 



Seniors 177 



We believe in traveling in groups! 



'It's your senior year, 
and you have to decide 
what you vs^ant to do ^vith 
yourself. You kno^v you 
have a decision in front 
of you, and you kno^v you 
are on your o^vn. Every- 
one kind of goes his 
o^vn w^ay.' 



— Denise Scheid 



David P. Chiudioni 

Lisa Christopher 

Robert E. Cianelli 

Kathy A. Cibrik 

Tern Lynn Civitarese 



Pamela M. Clark 
David Clemens 
Scott E. Clines 
Lori Cochcrell 
Edward Cogan 



Timothy Coles 

Catherine Ann Colton 

Daniel Cononie 

Carrie L. Conway 

Ruth Ellen Cook 





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178 Seniors 



David p. Chiudionj '"Dave" Student Council 11; Peer Counselor 11: 
D.E. 11; D.C.T. 12; Lisa Chrislopber DEC A Club, president 12; Powder 
Puff 12. Robert E. Cianelli "C" Golf 12; Hockey Manager 12. Kalb.r A 
CifcriA Student Secretary 10, 11. 12; Vocational Stenography vice- 
president 11, 12; Wrestling Aide 10. 11, 12; Investment Club 12; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 12. Terri Lynn Civilarese 
Marching Band 10. J?/rA.v Clark Not pictured. Steven D. Clay Not 
pictured. Euclidian 11, 12; Survey 12. David Clem€ns"B\g Red" 
Battle of the Classes 11; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12; Peer Counselor 
11, 12. Seotl E. C/ines Swim Team 10, 11, 12; Water Polo 10, 11, co- 
captain 12; Senior Talent Night 11; Wai Napolo 11. 12; Junior Class 11; 
Swim Leader 11; Senior Class 12. Timothy Coles B^g Show 10, 11. 12; 
Winter Play 11; Fall Play 12; Spring Play 12; Varsity Chorale 11. 12; 
Choral Masters U. 12. Catherine Ann Cotton "Giggles" Track Aide 10, 
11; Vocational Data Processing 11. 12; O.K. A. treasurer 11, 12. 
Kathleen Connerton Not pictured. Daniel Cononie Metal Sculpture 
Club 11; Vocational Machines 11. 12. Carrie L. Conway "Con-a-wav" 
Ski Club H; O.E.A. 11, 12; Vocational Clerk-Typist 11, 12. Ruth Ellen 
Cook Marching Band 10. squad leader 11, 12: Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 10, 11. 12; AFS 11, vice-president 12; AFS exchange student 
to France 11; Girls' Swim Team 10: French Club 12; NHS 11. 12; 
Powder Puff 12; Mascot 12. Kathleen Cooney "Kalhy" D.E.C.A. 12; 
Powder Puff 12. Lynn Coriett Track Aide 10, 11, 12: Student 
Secretary 11. Patrick Cotter Swim Leader 11. Richard Cowie "Rich" 
Bowling Club 10; Vocational Data Processing 11, 12; Thomas E. Coyne 
"Tom" Key Club 10, 11, secretary 12; Junior Class Cabinet: Senior 
Class Cabinet: Swim Team 10, 11, 12: Water Polo 10, 11, captain 12; 
NHS 11. president 12; Wai Napolo 11. 12: Swim Leader 11. John 
Cozart Not pictured. Betb Ellen Cramer "Beth" Euclidian 10, sports 
editor 11. business editor 12; NHS 11. 12; Senior Class 12. Linda S. 
CrsmerOirls' Tennis 10. 11, 12: Track Aide 10; Swim Leader 11; 
Choral Masters 11, 12; Varsity Chorale 12; Powder Puff 12; Wai 
Napolo 11. vice-president 12; Student Council 12. Arthur Croone Not 
pictured. Tracy Dailey Rem Club 11. 12: Vocational Child Care 11, 12. 





Kathleen Cooney 
Diane Corbelt 



Lynn Corbetl 
Patrick Cotter 



Joe Cowan 
Richard Cowie 



Thomas E. Coyne 
Beth Ellen Cramer 
Linda S. Cramer 
Cynthia Currie 
Tracy Dailey 



Home, Sweet Home 




Unlike the juniors, the seniors intend to stay in Greater Cleveland. 



There is a saying that goes, 
"There's no place like home". 
The saying is true according 
to a survey asking seniors 
where they wished to live in 
the future. 

Greater Cleveland was the 
number one choice, receiving 
35% of all the vote. The next 
favorite was the East Coast 
with a 207o share. Two 
regions, the West Coast and 
the Midwest, tied for third 
with 15%. The South came in 
fourth with a 7% share. The 
two least popular regions 
were the West and the 
Southwest with 5% and 3% 
respectively. 



Seniors 179 



No Stars Shine Brightly 



Incredible diversity marked 
the results of a poll which 
asked seniors to name their 
favorite actor and actress. 

Thirty-three different 
individuals were named as 
favorite actor, ranging from 
John Wayne and Jimmy 
Stewart to Benny Hill and 
Chevy Chase. Although no 
actor was the overwhelming 
favorite of the seniors, the 



leading vote-getter was Clint 
Eastwood, who received 14% 
of the total vote. Coming in 
second was Burt Reynolds 
with 9% of the vote. Tied for 
third with 5% each were 
Robert DiNiro, Robert 
Redford, and Robert Wagner. 

Thirty different women 
were named as favorite 
actresses. Incredibly, the 
voting for the actresses was 



even closer than it was for 
the actor, as shown by the 
fact that the winner, Barbara 
Streisand, received only 8% of 
the vote. Tying for second 
were Stefanie Powers, Loni 
Anderson, and Jane Fonda, all 
of whom received 6%. Coming 
in third were Catherine Bach, 
Kristy McNichol, and Lynda 
Carter, who all earned 5% of 
the vote. 



Thomas D'Anna 

Timothy D'Anna 

Darryl Danzinger 

Debra Davis 

Barbara L. Dearden 




Carol Deason 
Mira Debevc 



Bori.s 0. DeGranda 
Richard DeLambo 




MYhd^ 



Veronica Delas 
Gina M. DeLuca 




Thomas D'Anna "Tommy D" Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12. Darryl 
Danzinger "Zinger" Investment Club 12. John Davies Not pictured. 
Cynthia Davis Not pictured- Debra Davis "Debbie" Girls' Track 10, 11. 
12. Barbara L. Dearden "Boo Boo" Vocational Child Care 11. 12: Hero 
Club Vice-president 11. 12; Sophomore Chorus 10; Clinic Aide 12; 
Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 12. Carol Deason Majorettes 10, 11, 
president 12; Senior Talent Night 11, 12; Ad Club 12. Boris O. 
DeGranda "Boris the Spider" Swim Leader 11; Swim Team 11, 12. 
Gina M. DeLuca "Birdie" Student Secretar.v 11. 12; Office Aide 10. 
Paul Dennick Not pictured. Joseph A. Deoma "Domer" Football, co- 
captain 10; Battle of the Cla.s.ses 10; Fall Pla.v 11; Eucuyo 12. Sangita 
S. Desflj "Sandy" Not pictured. Lisa Dezelon Wrestling Aide 10, 11. 
12; Euclidian 11; Ad Club 11, 12; Student Secretary 11, 12; Powder 
Puff 12. Nicholas A. DiTirro Soccer 10, 11; Euclidian 11, 12. John 
Dombraslcy"J.U." Vocational Automotives 11, 12. Linda Doremus 
"Lynn" Key Club 11; Cosmetology 11, 12. Michelle L. Drasler 
"Michelle" Vocational Stenography 11, president 12. Theresa Dudek 
"Tess" Ski Club 10; Basketball Aide 10, 11; Office Aide 12; Powder 
Puff 12. Dragan Du^andzic Vocational Electronics 11, 12. Kevin Durst 
Football 10, 11. captain 12; Student Council 12; Powder Puff Coach 12; 
Letterman's Club 11. 12; .300 Club 11, 12. Maryellen Eiermana "Mary 
Vonion" Football Trainer 10, 11, head trainer 12; Powder Puff 12; 
Wrestling Aide 10, 11, 12; Girls' Track 10, 11, 12; Student Secretary 
11, 12; Swim Leader 11; Ad Club 10. 11, 12; Senior Talent Night 12. 



180 Seniors 




Joseph A. Deoma 
Alison Derreberry 
Lisa Dezelon 
Nicholas A. DiTirro 
David Dodaro 



John Dombrosky 
Linda Doremus 
Michelle L. Drasler 
Theresa Dudek 
Dragan Dugandzic 



David Duke 
Vesna Dures 
Kevin Durst 
Maryellen Eiermann 
Mark Emser 




^My senior year is 
going great. There is 
a good feeling among 
almost all seniors. I 
feel like involving 
myself w^ith many things 
and people. The sad 
part is not leaving 
the school; it is leav- 
ing the people in the 
school.' 



— Andy Wilson 



Enough senior cheer can cure any case of the Christmas blahs. 



Seniors 181 



Kelly Erne 

Renee Evans 

Shawn Fagan 

Dale M. Fazio 

John Fedakowski 



Susan Fedakowski 

Lee Ferrante 

Beth Finke 

Bev Finke 

Djuana Vee Finley 



Tom Fisher 

John Fitzmaunce 

Colin Richard Fitzpalrick 

Tom Forcht 

David Fowle 




'My expectations for the 

future are massive heavy 

metal jams-in the studio 

and on the road.' 



— Pat Wolowiecki 




Anna Lima and Bryan Brokale do their Adam and Eve 
imitation. 



182 Seniors 



The McDonald's commercials are the 
favorite TV show of Sal Midolo, Don 
Kucera. Bill June, and Bob Katcher. 



M*A*S*H First 




Seniors showed that they 
had many interests when it 
came to TV viewing in their 
answers to a poll asking 
them to name their favorite 
TV show. 

When the smoke cleared 
from the battle in which 
thirty-four different shows 
were named, there was only 
one clear-cut winner — 
M*A*S*H. This television 
show, now in its tenth year, 
ran away with the survey as 



KcH.v Erne "Kel-Wad" Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12; C.O.E. vice-president 
12; Powder Puff 12. Renee Evans Wrestling Aides 10. 11, 12: Big 
Show 11. 12; Track Aides 10; Ad Club 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11; French 
Club 11. 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class Cabinet; NHS 11, 12; 
Euclidian 11; Survey 12; Senior Class 12. Dale M. Fazio"Faz". John 
FedakowskrVei" Indoor Track 10. 11. 12; Outdoor Track 10. 11. 12. 
Susan Fedakowski "Wed" Vocational Stenography historian 11, 12; 
Volleyball 10; Big Show 10; O.E.A. 11, 12; Senior Class Cabinet 12; 
Powder Puff 12, Lee Ferrante Ski Club 11, 12; Vocational Child Care 
11; Powder Puff 12. Beth Finke Wrestling Cheerleader 10; Ski Club 
10. 11; JV Football Cheerleader 11; Basketball Aide 11. 12; Office Aide 
12; Powder Puff 12. Bev Finke Sk\ Club 10; Basketball Aide 10. 11. 12; 
Investment Club financial director 12; Powder Puff 12. Djuana Vee 
Finie.vWai Napolo 12; Powder Puff 12. Tom Fisher "The Fish". John 
Filzmaurice OUlce Aide 11. 12; Investment Club 12. Colin Richard 
Fitzpatrick "Fitz". Michael FitzsimoBs Not pictured. Mark Foster Not 
pictured. David Fowie Soccer 10. Colleen T. Fox "Colleen"' Ski Club 
10. Mark A. FranredV Water Polo 10. 11. 12; Swimming 10. 11. 12; 
Indoor Track 11, tri-caplain 12; Outdoor Track 10. 11. tn-captain 12. 
Belb Anne Franko "Beth" Student Council 11; NHS 11. 12; 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class Cabinet 12; 
Euclidian 11. 12; G.L.C. 11; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Volleyball 10, 11. 12; 
Girls' Softball 10. U. 12; Battle of the Classes 10; Powder Puff 12. 
Kimberly FrasAer"Kim" Sophomore Chorus 10; Cosmetology 11. 12. 
Joseph Fratiao Baseball 10; Investment Club 12. Stephanie Louise 
Fue«( "Slosh" Ski Club 11; Powder Puff 12; C,0,E, treasurer 12. 
Diane Fulton Not pictured. Vocational Stenography 11. 12. Theresa 
Gallueci "Spiffy" Powder Puff 12. 




it received 21% of all the 
vote. Surprisingly enough, a 
soap opera. General 
Hospital, was ranked a 
distant second with 7% of 
the vote. Three's Company 
was the third most popular 
show with 6% of the vote. 
Other favorites named in 
the survey included Bosom 
Buddies, Hill Street Blues, 
Taxi, and The Benny Hill 
Show. 



Colleen T. Fox 
Mark A. Francetic 
Anthony Franklin 
Beth Anne Franko 
Kimberly Frasher 



Joseph Fratino 
William Fryar 



Stephanie Louise Fuerst 
Debbie Furman 



Theresa M. Gallueci 
William J. Gawor 



Seniors 183 



An empty desk signals a day's work done for Came Conway. 



'Everyone has great 
expectations. Some 
w^ill achieve their 
goals; some will not. 
We should all be able 
to look back upon what 
w^e have done and be 
satisfied with our- 
selves.' 



Chnstos J. Ghikas 

Angela Gill 

Paul Edward Glaser 

James Glavac 

Ellvn R. Gleisser 



Sandra Mane Glicker 

Erich J. Ghebe 

Karen M. Glover 

Vaughn Gofne\ 

Patricia Golden 



Karen Gordon 

Dennis B. Gray 

Daniel Green 

Ramona Green 

Alice Gregory 




184 Seniors 



Chrlstos J. Ghikas Soccer 12; AFS 12. Paul Edward Glaser ■Dam 
Palomir" Key Club 10. Kccrclary II, 12: Euciiyo 11. poetry editor 10: 
Cros,s Country Team 10: Swim Team 10, 11; Euclidian 12;' French Club 
12; Big Show Orchestra 11; Science Seminar 10, 11; Marching Band 10, 
11; Symphonic Wind En.semblo 11, 12. James Giavar "Glav". E]l)n R. 
Gleisser"E\" Marching Band 10. 11. 12; Concert Band 10. 11; NHS 11, 
12; Euclidian 10, 11, 12; Student Secretary 10, 12; Swim Loader 11; Big 
Show Stage Crew 10, 11, 12, Gary Gliek Not pictured, Sandra Marie 
G/icAer "Sandy" Survov 10, assl.=;tant editor, business manager 11, 12; 
Ski Ciub 10, 11, 12; GirlV Ba.sketball Team 10; Aikodo Club 11, 12: 
Investment Club 12: Outdoor Club 12; Powder Puff 12, Erich J. Gliebe 
"Clark". Karen M. C/ovcr Vocational CIcrk-Typist secretary 11, 12: 
Student Secretary 10; Office Aide 11, 12. Vaughn Cofney "teddy 
Bear" Library Aide 11, 12; Track Aide 11; Fall Play 12; Student 
Council, Action Committee Chairman 12. Karen Gordon Volleyball 10. 
11; Girls" Swim Team 10, 11, 12; Vocational Accounting secretary 11. 
vice-president 12; Student Council 10. Jeffrey Grabinski Not Pictured, 
Danie/ Green Swim Team 10, 11, 12: Water Polo 10, 11, 12: Key Club 

10, .sergeant-at-arms 11, 12: Big Show 10, 11: Swim Leader 11. 4/ire 
Cregorr"AI" Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Eiig Show Orchestra 11; NHS 11, 
12; Girls' Swim Team 10: Student Secretary 12; Powder Puff 12. 
Donna Gressley Not pictured. David Griesmer Investment Club 12. 
Am.v Gr/Yfis Vocational Stenography historian 11,12, Edwin Douglas 
Crosel "Doug" Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, co-captain 12; 
Baseball 10; Buckeye Boys' State 12; Senior Class 12; Student Council 

11, president 12. Angela Gubitosi "Angc" AFS 10, 11, 12: French Club 
vice-president 12: Band Announcer 12; Big Show Orchestra 11, 12: 
Eucuvo 12: NHS 11, 12; Powder Puff 12. Mike Guenffcer '"Wombatt" 
Indoor Track 10, II, 12: Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12. ScotI Francis 
Gundling"FA" Swim Team 10, 11, co-captain 12; Water Polo 10, 11, 
12; Senior Cla.ss 12: Junior Class 11: Senior Talent Night 11; Wai 
Napolo 11, 12; Office Aide 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12. Sadhne Gupta 
"Guppie" Senior Cla.ss Cabinet 12: Hockey Aide 12; Powder Puff 12; 
NHS 11, 12: Ski Club 10, 11; Euclidian 10; Key Club 12. Rosemary 
Waiin "Rose" VocatioTial CIcrk-Typist 11, president 12, Laura Dianne 
Ha// Sophomore Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11; Big Show 10; C.O.E. 12; 
Powder Puff 12 Fred Ham Stage Band 11, 12: Concert Band 10: 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11, 12; Pep Band 10. 11. 12; Outdoor Track 
10. Traci //aniniond "Moonlight" Cosmetology 12. 





David Griesmer 
Amy Griffis 



Edwin Douglas Grosel 
Angela Gubitosi 



Mike Guenther 

Scott Francis Gundlina 



Sadhna Gupta 
Rosemary Hahn 
Laura Dianne Hall 
Fred Ham 
Traci Hammond 



Favorite Flicks 



What are the movies that 
EucHd High School seniors 
"reelly" hke? The Euclidian 
polled a number of seniors to 
find out what the favorite movie 
of the class of 1982 was. The 
responses ranged from the 
traditional Gone with the Wind 
to the ridiculous Roclty Horror 
Picture Show and Monty Python 
and the Holy Grail. 



Diversity marked the survey, 
as it did the results of surveys 
on actors and actresses and TV 
shows. Forty-two different 
movies were mentioned. The 
most popular movie, with 7% of 
the vote, was The Warriors. It 
was followed by this year's 
smash hit Raiders of the Lost 
Ark, with 6%; and An American 
Werewolf in London with 4%. 



Judged by her Halloween costume, 
Tarzan must be Karen Harmon's 
favorite movie. 



Seniors 185 



What's Important To You? 



To get an idea of the values 
of the class of 1982, a number 
of seniors were asked to rank 
in order of importance the 
following items: making a lot of 
money, being married, owning 
your own home, having 
children, and being happy with, 
your job. 

Being happy with your job 
was rated the "most important" 



thing by the seniors. Making a 
lot of money came in second. 
Owning your own home placed 
third, with 48% of the seniors 
describing it as "important" or 
"somewhat important." "Less 
important" to 48% of the 
seniors was being married. 
Having children ranked last, 
garnering 68% of the "less 
important" or "least important" 
votes. 



Julius Erying proved to be 
the most "highly respected" 
athlete, being mentioned by 9% 
of those polled. President 
Reagan was rated the most 
respected political figure. The 
"highly respected" private 
citizen turned out to be the 
seniors' own parents, 
mentioned by 30% of those 
polled. 



Robert F. Hanck 

Tom Hanlon 

Mark Hansen 

Denise A. Harmon 

Karen Harmon 



Loralyn S. Harrah 
Scott Hayes 



Diane Hegedus , s^g^l^^-, 

Robert C. Hendershot 




Margaret A. Henry 
Bob Highsmith 




Thomas Hanlon Student Council vice-president 12; French Club 12: 
War Game Club U. 12; Euclidian 10. Mark Hansen Marching Band 10, 
11; Concert Band 10; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11; Swim Team 10. 
11, 12; Water Polo 10, 11, 12; Swim Leader 11, 12. Michael HardyNol 
pictured. Football 10, 11, 12. Denise A. Harmon Cosmetology II, 12. 
Karen Harmon "Kare " Cheerleader 10. 11, captain 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 
Student Council 12; Swim Leader II; Girls' Swim Team 10; .'^d Club 
10; Girls' Tennis 10; Senior Class 12, Loralyn S. Harrah "Lori" AFS 
12; Key Club 12; Clinic Aide 12; Vocational Accounting, 
parliamentarian 11. president 12. Diane Hegedus "Hege" Vocational 
Accounting 11, historian 12; Powder Puff. Robert C. Hendershot 
Marching Band 10, squad leader 11, 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

10, 11, 12; Stage Band 11, 12; Orchestra 12; Big Show Orchestra 12: 
Powder Puff Band. Robert K. Henderson Not pictured. Margaret 
Henry "Puppy " Vocational Child Care 11, 12; Clinic Aide 11. 12: 
Senior Class 12. Christopher Hepp Not pictured. Maureen Anne 
Hildebrandt Chorst Masters 11. 12; Peer Counseling 12: Euclidian 12; 
Survey 12; Ski Club 12; 'VV'ai Napolo 12; Metal Sculpture Club 12; 
Powder Puff 12; Office Aide 12; Key Club 12; Outdoors Club 12; AFS 
12; orchestra 12. Kurt HIebak Not pictured. Christine Hoag "Chris" 
Wrestling Aide 10; Girls' Track 10; Swim Timer 11: Powder Puff 12; 
Big Show 11; Student Secretary 12; Spirits 10. 11. 12. Tracy A. 
Ho/mes Girls' Basketball 10. 11; Vocational Child Care 11. 'l 2; Hero 
Club 11. secretary 12; Powder Puff 12: Flag Corps 12; Senior Class 12. 
Robert Horn "Rob" Swim Team 11. 12: Water Polo 10. 11. 12: 
Investment Club 12. Kimberly J. Horner "Kim " Ad Club 11. 12; 
Eucuyo art editor 12. Tracy Elizabeth Howsare Vocational Child Care 

11. 12; Hero Club 11. 12; Michael Hribar "Ribs". Douglas Hufford 
"Doug" Football 10, 11, 12. Randall S. Hughes "Randy" Vocational 
Data Proces.sing parliamentarian 11. vice-president 12: Ski Club 12. 
Margaret Ann Hunt "Peggy ' Marching Band 10. 11. 12: Concert Band 
10. 12; Track Aide 11, 12; Senior Class 12, 



186 Seniors 




Maureen Anno Hildebrandl 
Christine Hoag 
Gordon Hogrefe 
Tracy A. Holmes 
Robert Horn 



Kimberly J. Horner 

Charles Horvat 

David Horvat 

Tracy E^lizabeth Howsare 

Michael Hribar 



John Huber 
William Huber 
Douglas Hufford 
Randall S. Hughes 
Margaret Ann Hunt 




'I finally took a 
gym class that has 
Mr. Schw^enke as the 
teacher. I don't 
spend hours on my 
homework anymore. 
I don't hide in the 
corners anymore. 
Instead I laugh at 
the sophomores that 
I see peeking out of 
their lockers.' 

— Carolyn Rossmann 



Wo decided to dress up for school today. 



Seniors 187 



Danette Hurney 

Joseph S. lafelice 

Joan lafigliola 

David lannicca 

Lisa lannicelli 



Dino Insana 

Maria A. Izquierdo 

Robert Jackson 

William E. Jahnke 

Jennifer S. Jambor 



Joanne Janosky 

Jillanne Jayne 

DeAnna Lynn Jeric 

Bozana Jerkic 

Jay Jesberger 




'My senior year is the 

most important. In 

my sophomore and junior 

years I just came 

to school once in a 

great while. But this 

year, I want to go 

to all my proms and 

make the best of this 

year.' 




— Colleen Fox 



O.K., girls, come and get us! 



188 Seniors 



If You Went To Forest 
Park, Remember When 



. . . the students finally beat the faculty in 
basketball? 

. . . the Forest Park lockers were so tall? (Or 
was it that the high school lockers were so 
small?) 

. . . Wes Taylor passed out on stage during the 
stage band assembly? 



. . . Sal Midolo began his singing career as a 
Beachboy? 

. . . the fantastic ninth grade "party"? 

. . . Mr. Vaccariello's patriotic bow tie? 

. . . Dave Woide put tape on Mr. Gubitosi's door 
on the French trip to Quebec? 



Cheryl L. John.son 
Dennis Johnson 
Jacci Dee Johnson 
Richard Johnson 
Louann Jones 




Wilham June 
David Just 



Joseph S. lafellce "Joe" Football 10, 11: Basketball 10; Baseball 10. 11, 
12. Joan lafigliola GirW Tennis 10; Girls' Basketball 10, 11. 12; Girls' 
Track 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff 12. Lisa /annireH/ Euclidian 11; Powde 
Puff 12. Maria A, /zguierrfo Vocational Data Processing historian 11. 
treasurer 12. William E. Jabnke "BiW" Bowling Club, president 10; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. Jennifer S. Jambor "Jennv" Sophomore 
Class, president 10; Ski Club 10, U. 12; Euclidian 10, 1 1 ;' Sophomore 
Chorus, accompanist 10; Choral Masters, accompanist U, 12; Varsity 
Chorale, accompanist 12; Key Club 11, 12; Ad Club 11, 12; Swim 
Leader 11; Swim Timer 11, co-captain 12; PTSA, junior representative 
11; Powder Puff 12; Girls' Track 10; Winter Play, accompanist 11; Big 
Show 11. 12; Junior Class Cabinet 11; Senior Class 12; NHS 11, 12; 
Senior Talent Night 12. DeAnna Lynn Jeric "Banana" Cosmetology 
11. 12. Charles A. Johnson Not pictured. "C.J." Indoor Track 10. li, 
12; French Club 12. Cheryl L. Johnson "Sher" Cheerleader 10. 11. 12; 
Ski Club 10, 11; Big Show 10, 11, 12; Varsity Chorale 12; Student 
Council 12; Powder Puff 12. Jacei Dee Johnson Wrestling Aide 10, 11; 
Hero Club, fund raising chairman 11, 12; Vocational Child Care 11, 12; 
Powder Puff 12. Richard Johnson Student Council 11. Cbarisse Marie 
Jones "Risse" Not pictured. Julia Ann Jones "Julie" Not pictured. 
Louann Jones "Louie" Outdoor Club 10; Marching Band 10, 11; 
Concert Band 10; Vocational Accounting 11, recording secretary 12; 
Powder Puff 12. Miebele Ann Kacperski Vocational Stenography 11, 
12: Track Aide 11, 12; Senior Class 12. Gregory Kaaios "Greg" Ski 
Club 10, 11. Robert V. Katcber Key Club 11, vice-president 12; Tennis 
10, 11, 12; Winter Play 11; Fall Play 12: Big Show 12; Wargame Club 
11, 




Michele Ann Kacperski 
Ann Mane Kamposek 



iT^ikJ 




Gregory Kanios 
Robert V, Katcher 



Seniors 189 



Eric Echols. Derrick Collier, and Everett Wesley do their own 
variation on the Charlie's Angels theme. 



*My senior year differs 
from my underclass 
ones in that I get 
more opportunities in 
more things, and it 
seems I'm more im- 
portant this year than 
I was in my underclass 

years.' 

— Sonja Williams 



Stephen E. Kato 

Richard .J. Kaucic 

Katherine M. Kause 

Lisa Ann Keith 

Debra J. Kelly 



Sheila Francis Kelly 

Scott L. Kempert 

Khristian Kibler 

Karen S. Kish 

Steven Knack 



Gregg Kocin 

Tracy Koester 

Joseph Konchan 

Kenneth Konct 

Denise Koratich 





190 Seniors 



Stephen E. Kalo Cross-country 10. 11: Indoor Track 10: Key Club 10. 
Richard J. Kaurir "Cow" Bowling Club 10, 11. Katberlne M. Kavse 

"Kathy" Track Aide 10: Fall Play 11: Winter Play 11: Swin 
Big Show 10. stage manager 11. 12: Sophomore Chorus 10: Choral 
Masters 11. 12: Wai Napolo 11. Lisa Ann Keith Office Aide 12: 
Vocational Stenography 11. 12. Sheila Francis Kelly Girls' Basketball 
10: Girls' Track 10. 11. 12: Junior Class Cabinet 11: Powder Puff 12: 
Swim Leader 11: Concert Band 10. George KingNol pictured. Daniel 
Wayne Kircbner Not pictured. Karen S. Kish Big Show 10. 11: AFS 
U. 12: Outdoors Club 12: Powder Puff 12: Choral Masters 10. 11. 12. 
Sandra Klimek Not pictured. Steven Knack Football 10, 11: Wrestling 
10. 11. 12. Scott KosI "Asmodeus" Not pictured. Euclidian 11, 12: 
Eucuyo 11, 12: Wargame Club 11: Computer Club 11: Key Club 11. 12. 
Eric Jfos(eo "Slovenian" Euclidian 12: Survey 12: Stage Band 10. U. 
12: Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11, 12: Marching Band 11, 12: Science 
Seminar 11: Pep Band 11. 12. Karen Kowalkowski Marching Band 10: 
Majorettes 10. 11: Powder Puff 12. Alan Kozlowski Not pictured. Jill 
Kran'r^^'szjji Student Council 12: JV Cheerleader 10. captain 11: 
Varsity Cheerleader 12: Sophomore Class, vice-president 10: Junior 
Class Cabinet 11: Senior Class 12: Wai Napolo 10: Ski Club 10. 11, 12: 
Big Show 10. 11. 12: Swim Leader 11: NHS 11. 12: Senior Talent 
Night 12: Peer Counselor 11, John David Kro "Webster". Joycelee 
Kronik Football Aide 10, 11, 12: Hockey Aide 11, 12: Girls' Track 10: 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11: NHS 11, 12: Senior Class 12: 
AFS 12; Powder Puff 12. 





Jeffrey Koren 
Mark Kosir 



Eric Koslen 
Jeffrey Kovach 



Karen Kowalkowski 
Donald Krance 



Jill Krawczyszyn 
Lisa Krean 
Michele Krenisky 
John Kro 
Joycelee Kronik 



o,/p«5 -^jAf-SfftvjT^ 



If You Went To Shore, 
Do You Remember . . . 



. . . the 7th grade food fight which resulted in 
Tom Hanlon, Scott Kost, and Randy Hughes 
getting "busted" by Mrs.Tkac? 

. . . Mr. Eversole's math classes? 

. . . the "funky chicken"? 

. . . Keith Young getting sprayed by a skunk? 



. . . the endearing nicknames for Mr. Mayer and 
Mr. Meyer? 

. . . seances in Mr. Vogt's history class? 

. . . Mr. Foisel and his gerbil? 



Seniors 191 



If You Went To Central, 
Do You Remember . . . 



. . . the atrium? 

... the 9th grade "jock" corner? 

. . . the Baguba dance? 

... in the 9th grade Tom Ubl shoving a whole 
chocolate pudding pie down his throat in the pie- 
eating contest? 



Gayle S. Kubik 
Donald M. Kucera 
David G. Kucin.ski 
John J. Kucmanic 

Gregory Kuhar 



. wrestling practice? 

. McDonald's hill after the dances? 

. the football team trying to beat Shore? 

. Mr. Heramb saying, "I declare war on you! 

. all the girls having a crush on Mr. Russo? 



Elizabeth Kupfer 
Ron LaBondano 



Bruce Landrey 
Peggy Laugh 1 in Jft:^ 



Christina Marie Lauria 
Lucy Lavalley 





Gayle S. Kubik Ski Club 10, 11, 12; NHS 11, 12; Sophomore Class 
10; Junior Cla.ss Cabinel 11; Senior Class 12; JV Cheerleader 10. 
11; Varsity Cheerleader, captain 12: Powder Puff 12; Student 
Council 12: Choral Masters 10. 11: Senior Talent Night 12. Donald 
M. Kucera "Pelleas" Key Club 11. treasurer 12; Computer Club 10. 
11; Wargame Club 11; Euclidian 10. 11, 12; Science Seminar U. 
David C. Kucinski "Ku" Ski Club 10. 11, 12 John J. Kucmanic 
"Cluck" Soccer 10; Investment Club 12. Elizabeth Kupfer "Beih" 
Girls' Cross-country 10; Key Club lO, 11. 12: Ski Club 10; Eucuyo 

11. short story editor 12: NHS 11, 12; Big Show 10; Computer Club 

10, 11; Sophomore Chorus 10. Kon LaBondano "Uncle Won" 
Varsity Chorale 12; Big Show 10, 11, 12: Winter Play 10, 11; Fall 
Play 10, 11, 12. Peggy Laugblin "Miss Piggy" Vocational Child 
Care li. 12; Hero Club 11. 12: Senior Class 12. Christina Marie 
Lauria "Chrissy" Powder Puff 12; Wrestling Aide 10, 11, 12; 
Senior Class 12; Vocational Stenography 11, vice-president 12, 
Z.IICV tavaHej- Vollevball 10, 11, 12: Girls' Basketball 10, 11. 12: 
Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12; Investment Club 12; Office Aide 12, 
Katby Ellen Lawler Library Aide 10, 11, 12; Michael T. Lazanich 
"Mike" Marching Band 10. Lisa Ann Letcher Sophomore Class 10: 
Sophomore Chorus 10; Track Aide 10; Euclidian 10, 11; Junior 
Class Cabinet 11; Choral Masters 11, 12: NHS 11, 12; Ad Club 11. • 
12; Ski Club 10. 11, 12: Big Show 10, 11, 12: Senior Class 12: 
Student Council 12: Senior Talent Night 12; Powder Puff 12. 
Linda Lewin "Lefty" Junior Class 11: NHS 11, 12; Senior Class 
Cabinet 12; Big Show 10; Peer Counselor 11, 12: Euclidian 10; 
Girls' Tennis 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11, 12: Senior Talent Night 

12. John P. Leyda Cross-country 10, 11, co-captain 12: Indoor 
Track 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track' 10, 11, 12. Ana L. Lima Hockey 
Aide 11: Ad Club 11, 12; Powder Puff 12. Simone M. Lisac 
Euclidian 10. 11. 12; Ad Club 11. 12: Hockey Aide 11, 12; Ski Club 
12; Powder Puff 12. Heidie Lea Locke "Hyde " Big Show 10; 
Volleyball 11; Self-Defense Club 11; Peer Counseling 11. 12; Close 
Up Club 12; Powder Puff 12. Karen LorAAarr Volleyball 10, 11, 12; 
Girls' Softball 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12: NHS 11, 12; jVd Club 12. 
Audrey M. Lonchar "Audie" Sophomore Class 10: Junior Class 11; 
Senior Class 12: Euclidian 10. 11, 12: Track Aide 10; Varsity 
Chorale 11, secretary-treasurer 12; Chorale Masters 11, 12; Gym 
Leader 11; Swim Timer 12; NHS 11, 12; Powder Puff 12; Winter 
Play 11; Big Show 10, 11, 12; Senior Talent Night 12. Lisa A. 
Lonebor Powder Puff 12. Lynda Lucas "L2" Girls' Cross-country 

11, co-captain 12; Girls' Track 10. 11. 12: Ad Club 10, 11, 12, Judy 
Ann Ludvik Euclidian 10; Wrestling Aide 10; Office Aide 12. 
Jeanne Ladwig DEC A Club 12. 



192 Seniors 




Kathy Ellen Lawler 
Michael T. Lazanich 
Lisa Ann Letcher 
Linda Lewm 
John P. Leyda 



Anna L. Lima 
Simone M. Lisac 
Heidie Lea Locke 
Karen Lockhart 
Audrey M. Lonchar 



Lisa A. Lonchor 
Diana Lorence 
Lynda Lucas 
Judy Ann Ludvik 
Jeanne Ludwig 




*My Senior Year Has 
Been The Best. And I 
Plan To Live It Up 
Afterward In Santa 
Maria, California.' 



— Ron LaBondano 



Rohlke is my idol! 



Seniors 193 



Laura Jean Lusky 

Kenneth L. Luther 

Victoria Lyon 

Howard Mabel 

Wiiham Magas 



Craig Mains 

Karen A. Mahnowski 

Joel David Mansperger 

Thomas Marando 

Martha Marett 



Joseph Marschall 

Michael Martens 

Ronald Albert Martin 

Dina Louise Massaro 

Jill Marie Mast 




'I'll be a biology 

major in college and 

upon graduating will 

move to a secluded, 

heavily forested area. 

There, w^ith the kno^vledge 

of forest life, I w^ill 

become a druid. Being a 

druid, I will tend the 

forest, and all the 

animals w^ill be my 

friends.' 



— Paul Resnik 




Look at what Santa brought me for Christmas! 



194 Seniors 



If You Went To Forest 
Park, Remember When . 



... Mr. Federici directed traffic with the help of 
the yellow lines in the halls? 

. . . Mr. Paul constantly searched for new 
tortures? 

. . . Amy Steele led the pack singing "Swimming, 
Swimming" during the girls' basketball practice? 



. . . Gayle Kubik and John Ross were always 
together in the halls? 

. . . Mr. Kolunder's ninth grade biology class and 
the frog test? 

. . . Nick DiTirro was the "president" of student 
council? 




James Mataraza 
Maureen Matras 
Bruce Matthews 
William Joseph Mauser, Jr. 
Janet Mayerhofer 



Melanie McArlhur 
David McCarly 



Victoria t.von Girls' Swim Team 10. Howard Mabel Wreslhng 10, 11, 
12. Karen A. MaiinoM'sii Cheerleader 10; Wrestling Aide 11. 12; 
Senior Class 12: Vocational Art 11, 12; Powder Puff 12. Joel David 
Mansperger'Mole" Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11, 12; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. 11; Cros.s-countrv 10, 11; Indoor Track 
10, 11, 12: Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. 
Thomas Marando "Mar\on" . Michael Martens "i^ll^mer" Tennis 10, 11, 
12; Wargame Club 11; NHS 11. .secretary 12. Ronald Albert Martin 
"Ranaldo" Baseball 10. 12. Dina Louise Massaro BaskelbaW Aide 11; 
Powder Puff 11. 12; Vocational Data Processing vice-president 11. 
secretary 12; Senior Class 12; Office Education Association 11. 12. Jill 
Marie Mas* Cheerleader 10, captain 12; Girls' Swim Team 10, 11, 
captain 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12. 
Amanda Bosette Mathies Nol pictured. Girls' Basketball 10. 11. 
Maureen Matras "Moe" Vocational Stenography 11, 12. Bruce 
Mflrtieivs Basketball 12. William Joseph Mauser, Jr. "Willie Wheels" 
Basketball 10. 11: Baseball 10, 11, 12. Janet Mayerhofer "Inn" 
Vocational Accounting corresponding secretary 11, 12; Office 
Education As.sociaiion 11. 12. Melanie McArthur "Mel" Track Aide 10: 
Marching Band II: Girls' Swim Team 11; Fall Play 12. David McCarty 
Soccer 10. 11. 12. Mary Melanie McChancy "Melanie" Marching Band . 
10, 11, president 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11, 12; Concert Band 
10; Powder Puff 12: Girls' Tennis 10; Track Aide 10; Big Show 10. 11, 
12; NHS U, 12. Dusty A. McKain Vocational Art 11, 12; Powder Puff 
12. 




Mary Melanie McChancy 
Terrance McCrary 



^t 



X 




Denise McGill 
Dusty McKain 



Seniors 195 



Grabinski's always the center of attention. 



*I just hope my future 

is more interesting 

than my senior year.' 



Misty McKain 

Michelle Louise McKnight 

Caroline Medves 

Karl T. Mews 

Salvatore J. Midolo 



Janice Mihelcic 

Renee Mihelich 

Richard Mihelich 

Mark J. Miklos 

Marybeth A. Mikovic 



Vicki Lynn Miller 

Yvonne Miller 

Sharon Millhof 

Joseph M. Minardo 

Rachelle Marie Mirtic 




196 Seniors 



Michelle Louise McKaigbt Football Cheerleader 10. 11, 12; Vocational 
Art 11. 12: Ski Club 12; Big Show 10. 11, 12; Girls' Basketball 10, 11; 
Powder Puff 12. Csi-oHne Merfves Cosmetology 11, 12. Victoria 
Metzger Not pictured. Karl T. Jtfews Cross-country 10. 11, 12; Indoor 
Track 10, 11. 12; Outdoor Track 10. 11. 12; Senior Class 12; Powder 
Puff Cheerleader 12. Salvatore Midolo "Sal" Big Show 10. 11. 12. 
Janice Mibelcic" 3an" Euclidian 10. 11, 12. Reaee Mibelicb "Rene" 
Choral Masters 10: Varsity Chorale 11. 12; Big Show 10. 11. 12; 
Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Student Council 12; Powder Puff 12; 
Investment Club 12: Swim Timer 12. Richard Mibelicb Football 10. 
Baseball 10; Basketball 10. 11. 12. Mark J. Miklos "Mik" Basketball 

10. 11. 12; Investment Club 12. Marybeth A. Mikoiic "Mare" Office 
Education Association president 11. secretary 12: Student Secretary 
12. Kenneth Miller Not pictured. Vicki Lynn Miller "Shorty". 
Yvonne MiHer "Skinnybone" Girls' Softball 10; O.W.E. 11. 12; Library 
Aide 10: Powder Puff 12. Sharon Millho fMiUy" Girls' Swim Team 
12: Ski Club 11. 12; Powder Puff 12; Vocational Stenography 11, 12; 
Senior Class 12. Joseph M. Minardo "Joe" Football 11; Track 10; 
Senior Class 12; Vocational Data Processing 11. 12: Office Education 
Association 11. president 12; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. Racbelle 
Marie Mirlic Powder Puff 12. James K. Milch "Jim" Football 10, 11: 
Basketball 10; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Wrestling 12; Powder Puff Coach 
12. James P. Mochan "Moch" Office Aide 11. Phillip Moboricb "Phil" 
Outdoor Track 10; Sophomore Chorus 10; Indoor Track 11. 12; Choral 
Masters 11; Varsity Chorale 11. 12; Big Show 12; Senior Talent Night 
12. Cbarlene Moore Cosmetology 11. 12. Jacques Moore Not pictured. 
Destiny R. Morgan Fall Play, student director 12; Marching Band 10. 

11. 12; Varsity Chorale 12; Cross-country manager 11. 12; AFS 
exchange student to Italy 11; AFS 11, president 12; Wrestling Aide 10; 
Track Aide 10, 12: Concert Band 10: Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11, 

12. Andrew Morkunas" Andy" Marching Band 10. 11 squad leader 12; 
Media Aide 11. 12; Ski Club 10: Big Show 10. 11. 12; Fall Play 11, 12; 
Senior Talent Night II, 12; Wai Napolo 11. Biciarrf Mu/r Vocational 
Automotives 11. 12. Mirko Mujic"MiTk" Senior Talent Night 10; 
Media Aide 10. 11. 12; Fall Play 10. 11. Thomas C. Mullen Swim Team 
10. 11. 12: Water Polo 10, 11. 12; Wai Napolo 11. 12: Chorale Masters 
11; Senior Talent Night 11, 12; Ski Club 10; Swim Leader 11. Paula 
Lynn Mii/raney Euclidian 10; Wrestling Aide 10; Office Aide 10, 11, 
12. 





James K. Milch 
James P. Mochan 



Phillip Mohorich 
Charlene Moore 



Destiny R. Morgan 
Andrew Morkunas 



John J. Motuza 
Richard Muir 
Mirko Mujic 
Thomas C. Mullen 
Paula Lynn Mulraney 



If You Went To Shore, 
Do You Remember . . . 



. . . Mr. Fritch's basketball practices? 

. . . the paper wad fights? 

. . . the violent track practices? 

. . . the joke that got John Davies 20 detentions 
from Mr. Fritch? 

. . . Mr. Lomac locking troublemakers in the 
girls' lav? 



. . . Dave Griesmer and Rick Kaucic getting 
swatted by Mr. Laszcz just for saying "Hi" to 
Mark Speck. 

. . . seeing Susie Reider and Mark O'Donnell 
walking down the hall? 



Seniors 197 



If You Went To Central, 
Do You Remember . . . 



. . . playing fussball during lunch or going out to 
the track? 

. . . the flip-flop schedules? 

. . . the tornado scare? 

. . . the gym class sweat tests? 



Laura Murphy 

John Murray 

Michael R. Murray 

Anthony V. Naglic 

Richard W. Nagode 



Roman Nenadovic 
Sandra B. Neumann 



. the swim and gyms? 

. the girls' softball team? 

. the noon movie? 

. the 9th grade dance of 79? 

. seeing Romeo and Juliet? 





J^^ 




Thomas Newell 
Janet L. Niccum 



Kellie A. Norton 
Terri Lynn Oberaitis 




Harriet Mulvinas Not pictured. Andrew lUunford Not pictured. Senior 
Class Cabinet 12, Laura JWurpfc.v "Murph ' Swim Team 10; Powder 
Puff 12; Senior Class 12; French Club 12; AFS 12. John Murray 
"Murr"' Soccer 10; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. Michael B. Murray 
Vocational Machines 11, 12; Swim Leader 11. Daryl Musick Not 
pictured. Antboay V. Naglic "Tony" Vocational Data Processing 
treasurer U. 12. Richard W. IVagode "Rick" Ski Cluh 10. 11, 12; 
Water Polo 10; Investmenl Club 12. Sandra B. Neumann "Sandy" 
Euclidian 11; Wrestling Aide 11; Ad Club 11, 12. Janel L. Niccum 
"Janet" Track Aide 10; Marching Band 10, 11, secretary 12; Concert 
Band 10; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11. 12; Powder Puff 12; Big 
Show 10. kellie A. Norton "Kellic" Chorale Masters 10, 11. 12; Office 
Aide 12; Big Show 10. Terri Lynn Oberaitis "Bird" Volleyball 10; 
Sophomore Chorus 10; Girls' Track II. 12; Vocational Clerk-Typist, 
historian 11, 12. Stephen K. O'Brien Baseball 10. Amy Ogrinc Track 
Aide 10; Ski Club 10. 11; Wrestling Aide 11; Wai Napolo 11; Euclidian 
10. 11; Ad Ckib 11. 12; Powder Puff 12. George Opacich Ba.skctbali 10. 
Russell J. Osbaben Cross Country 10; Science Seminar 11; Computer 
Club 11; Key Club 10. 11. 12; Investment Club 12. Carol L. Otcasek 
"Carol" Varsitv Chorale 11. vice-president 12; Choral Masters 11. 12; 
Sophomore Chorus 10; Big Show 10. 11. 12; Fall Flay 11. 12; Winter. 
Play 11; Spring Plav 12; Euclidian 10; Ad Club 11. secretary 12; 
Sophomore Cla.ss 10; .lunior Cla.ss 11; Senior Cla.ss 12: Swim Timer 11. 
12; Senior Talent Night 12; Student Council 12. Michael OToo/e Not 
pictured. Ronald Paciorek "FTW". Susan Palmer Vocational Chil 
Care 11. 12; Hero Club II. 12. Matthew T. Pantages "Pansy" Fall Play 
11; DCT 12. Michael Paparizos "Mikic ' Not pictured. Soccer 10. II. 
12. William T. Papouras "BiU" Soccer 10. II. captain 12; Wrestling 
10. 11. 12; Powder Puff Coach 12: Investment Club, treasurer 12. 
Thomas A. Pappalardo "Tom" Football 10. 11, 12; Student Council 12; 
Powder Puff Coach 12 Pamela J. Paradise Volleyball 10; Cheerleader 
10. U; Big Show 10. II. 12; Fall Play 12; Varsity Chorale 11. 12; 
Choral Masters 11. 12; Sophomore Chorus 10: Powder Puff 12; Senior 
Talent Night 12. Monica M. P/irisi Cheerleader 10. 11; Marching Band 
10; Concert Band 10; Track Aide 10; Wai Napolo 11. 12; Ski Club II, 
12; Flag Corps 12; Euclidian 12; Powder Puff 12; Student Council 12. 
Cynthia M. Parker "Cind\" Girls' Track 10. 11. 12; Girls' Cro,ss 
Country 11, 12; Sophomore Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11, 12; Senior 
Class 12 



198 Seni 




Stephen K. O'Brien 
Mark O'Donnell 
Amy Ogrinc 
George Opacich 
Russell J. Oshaben 



Carol L. Otcasek 
Ronald Paciorek 
Susan Palmer 
Robert Palumbo 
Matthew T. Pantages 



William T. Papouras 
Thomas A. Pappaiardo 
Pamela J. Paradiso 
Monica M. Pansi 
Cynthia M. Parker 



'A Senior Reacts With 
Mind and Thought And 
Is Still Excused By 



— Jillanne Jayne 



Steve Clay, your future Ohio Bell representative. 



Seniors 199 



Nick Selvaggio catches the camera's eye. 



'I feel pretty good about 

my senior year here. 

It's sort of like the 

way you feel warm just 

before you freeze to 

death.' 



David Parkinson 

Michael R. Parziale 

Rita Patel 

Nancy Patterson 

Melinda G. Peck 




PhiUip Perdan 

Anthony Perovsek 

Gary A. Petrick 

Mark P. Pfleger 

Karen Pfriem 



Betsy J. Pickel 

William L. Piatt 

Linda Plevelich 

Monica Mane Pockar 

Thomas Porten 






200 Seniors 



David Parkinson Vocational ElccLronics 11, 12. Michael R. Parziale 
"Mike" Hockcv 10, 11, caplain 12. Nancy Patterson "Na 
Euclidian 10: Vocational Cosmetology 11, 12. Julie PavicUol piclured 
Robert C. Pavlovski. Jr. Not pictured; Football 12. Melinda G. Peck 
"Mindy" Wai Napolo 10, historian Jl, president 12; Senior Clas,s 12: 
A,'itrononny Club 11; Office Aide 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff 12. Jeffrey 
Penny Not pictured. Phillip Perdan "Mouse" Soccer 10, 11, 12: 
Wrestling 10, 11, 12: Track 10, 11, 12; French Club 12; Wargamc Club 
11; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12: NHS 11, 12. Anthony Perovsek 
"Tony" Investment Club 12; Astronomy Club 11. Gary A. Petrick 
"Gary" Football 10; Computer Club 11: Wargame Club 11; NHS 11, 12: 
Key Club 12: Euclidian 12; Astronomy Club 12. Mark P. Pfleger 
"Mark" Vocational Art 11, 12: .Senior Class 12. Karen Ptriem APS 10. 

11, treasurer 12: Close-Up 12: Powder Puff 12; Library Aide 10, 11, 12: 
French Club 12; Euclidian 10, 11, 12: Senior Talent Night 12. Richard 
E. Phillips Not pictured. Senior Talent Night 12. Betsy J. Pickel 
Marching Band 10, 11, 12: Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. 11. 12: 
Orchestra 10, It, 12: Big Show 10, 12: Outdoor Club 10, 11, 12: Girls 
Softball 11, 12. William L. P/a« Outdoor Track 10: Indoor Track 12. 
Linda Plevelich Gym leader 11; Vocational Clerk-Typist trca.surer 11. 

12. Monica Marie Pockar "Mom" Swim Team 10, 11. 12: Wai Napolo 
10: Ski Club 10: Cheerleader 10. 11, 12; Sophomore Class 10: Junior 
Cabinet 11; Senior Cla.ss 12: Powder Puff 12: Student Council 11, 12; 
NHS 11. 12 Thomas Porlen Co\( 10, 11, 12. Donald Wayne Porz 
Cross-Country 10. 11, 12: Indoor Track 10, 11, captain 12: Outdoor 
Track 10, 11, 12: Senior Class 12. Thomas Povirk Laura Ann Powell 
Office Aide 12; Vocational Clerk-Tvpist 11, treasurer 12. Th 
PowellSoccer 11, 12: Swim Team 10, 11, 12; Big Show 10. 11: Ski Club 
10, 11: Water Polo 10. Elishe Presley Not pictured. Beth Pritchard M 
Club 11: Euclidian 11: Girls' Basketball II: Office Aide 12: Martial Arts 
Club 11; Powder Puff 12; Senior Class 12. Darrin K. Radalz Ski Club 
12: Peer Counselor 12; Vocational Auto Shop 11, 12., Stanislav Ragui 
Soccer 10. II, 12. Paul Ramunas Not pictured. Vilija Ram 
piclured. Office Aide U. Cur/ Rasmusen Cross-Countrv II; Marching 
Band 10, 11. 12; Concert Band 10, 11, 12: Key Club 10,' 11, 12. Linda 
Diane Rattini UdTchmg Band 10, II, 12: Concert Band 10, 11, 12; 
Track Aide 11. Kimberly Sue Rawlings Truck Aide 10; Marching 
Band 10. squad leader II: Concert Band 10, 11: DCT treasurer 12. 
Kathleen linn Ray Survey 11; Vocational Art 1), 12. Kellie Reichert 
Student Council 12. Deborah Lynn He/rf Office Education A; 
parliamentarian II, 12: Girls' Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12: Office 
Aide 10. Susie Lynn Hei'der Vocational Cosmetology 11, 12. 





Donald Wayno Porz 
Thomas Povirk 



Laura Ann Powel 
Thoma.s Powell 



Beth Pritchard 
Darrin K. Radatz 



Slani.slav Raguz 
Donna Rail 
Curl Rasmusen 
Linda Diane Rattini 
Kimberly Sue Rawlings 



Kathleen Ann Ray 
Kellie Reichert 
Deborah Lynn Reid 
Susie Lynn Reider 
Suzanne Reiman 



Karen M. Reminick 

Amy Kay Reno 

Paul Resnik 

Marvin R. Richardson 

Susan Elizabeth Riczinger 



Seniors 201 



Donna Mane Riedel 

Robin Rizzo 

David Allen Roberts 

David Robinson 

Richard D. Roeder 



Richard Robert Rohlke 

Scott Alan Rose 

John A. Ross 

James Rossi 

Carolyn Marie Rossman 



Carole Rozum 

Richard Rudiak 

Kathleen Diane Rupcic 

Gem Rutkowski 

James Salamone 




£i^^^ 



Peter Salopek 

Julie Ann Samuel 

Colleen Carol Sandor 

Kenneth Sansavera 

Lisa Santon 




'We finally made it! 

Other than that, no 

comment.' 



Time for some cafeteria gossip. 



202 Seniors 




Carole Anne Sapatka 
Aida Saracovic 
Joseph Sas 
Megan Sawyer 
William Scalelta 



Suzanne Reiman "Susie" Office Aide 11; DCT 12. Wanda Denise 
Remberl "Nocq" Nol pictured. Karen W. Reminick Office Aide 10; 
WrcsUmg Aide 11; Peer Counselor 11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 
12. Amy Kay Reno Euclidian 11. 12; Big Show 10. 11. 12; Senior 
Talent Night, stage manager 11; fall Plav prop head 11. 12; Powder 
Puff 12; Senior Class 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; Winter Pla.v 
prop head 11. Derrick Reschke Not pictured. Paul Resnik "Morgoth" 
Marching Band 10. 11. .squad leader 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
10; Concert Band 11. 12;. Pep Rand 12; AV Club 10. 11; Big Sho 

10. 11. 12; Wargamc Club II; Swim Leader 11. Parris Aleisha Rice 
Not pictured. Girls' Basketball 10. U; Vocational Child Care 11, 12; 
Office Aide 12; Senior Class Cabinet 12; Powder Puff 12; HERO Club 
president 11, 12; Peer Counselor 1 1. 12, HJarvin R. Richardson ' 
Football 10; Wrestling 10, II, 12; ,Iunior Class 11; Senior Cla,ss 12; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. Susan Elizabeth Riczinger "^Ki7.c" Pink 
Panthers 10. 11: Track Aide 10; Girls' Softball 10; Senior Cla.ss 12; 
Powder Puff 12, Donna Marie B/ede/ Vocational Art 11, 12; Girls' 
Basketball 10. 11: Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12; Powder Puff 12. Robin 
Annmarie Bizzo Student Council 11; Powder Puff 12; Girl.s' Softball 
10: Girls' Volle.vhall 10; Wai Napolo 12; Flag Corps 12; Vocational 
Clerk-T.vpist 11. 12; Office Education Association 11. secrelar.v 12. 
Dafid Allen Roberts Sophomore Chorus 10; OWE 11. David Robinson 
Not pictured. Richard D. Boerfer Vocational Art 11, 12. Diane 
Margaret RoesslerD)' AD Club 11. AFS 12; Closc-Cp 12; Office Aide 
11: Powder Puff 12; Senior Cla.is 12; Student Council 12; Swim Timer 

11, 12; Wrestling Aide II; Euclidian 11, 12: 'lYack Aide 11, 12. Richard ■ 
Robert Bohike Football 10. 11. 12: Basketball 10; Student Council 12, 
Susan Marie Roper Sophomore Chorus 10; Vocational Cosmetolog.v 11, 
Seo(( /l/zin Ro« Vocational Automotives 11. 12, John A. Koss Not 
pictured. Carolvn Marie Rossman "Rosmar" National Honor Socielv 

11, 12; Senior Class 12; Girls' Swim Team 10: Girls' Volle.vball 10, 11. 
12: Powder Puff 12; Concert Hand 10; Track Aide 12; Outdoor Club 12, 
Kathleen Diane Marie Hopri'f "Hubs" Soccer Aide 10. 11; Vocational 
Cosmetolog\- 11. 12, Robert Rupp Noi pictured. Gerri Rutkowski 
"Kutti" Sophomore Chorus 10; Vocational Child Care 11. 12; HERO 
Club 11. 12; Big Show 10; Office Aide 10. Julie Ann Samuel Football 
Aide 10. 11: Sophomore Class 10; Varsit.v Chorale 11; Choral Ma.sters 

10. 11; National Honor Society 11; AFS E.vchange Student to New 
Zealand II. 12 Colleen Carol Sander ■■].cc" Vocational Cosmetology • 

11. 12. Edward Santon Not piclured. Carole Anne Sapatka Library 
Aide 10, II, 12; Office Education Association 11, yice-prcsidcnt 12. 
Aida Saracevic AO Club 11. 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; Ski 
Club II, 12; Sophomore Class 10; .lunior Cla.ss 11; Senior Class 12; Fall 
Play II, 12- Joseph Sas Scott Sataxa Not picturefi. Megan Sawyer, 
William Scaletta, John Schauer, Teresa M. Schaefer Not pictured. 
Denise Scheid. Michael Schiffbauer. Warren M. Schneider "Shnid " 
Swim Team 10. 11. 12: Water Polp 11. 12. /.or/ >». Sr/iroei Sophomore 
Class 10; Track Aide 10: Survey 10: National Honor Society 11. 12; 
Girls' Volleyball 10; Swim Leader 11: Student Council 12; Wai Napolo 
11. 12. Heidi Marie Schultz AiV Key Club 11; Vocational Clcrk- 
Typi^ts vice-president II, 12. Office Education A,ssociation 11, 12, 
William Schultz Ski Club 10 Brian Schultz Outdoor Club 10; 
Vocational Accounting VKC-president 11, Patricia A. Schwenner 
Office Aide 11 Lorraine M. Seidel Vocational Clerk-Typist 11, 
historian 12; Office Education A.s,sociation 11, 12; Powder Puff 12; 
Office Aide 12 John Seleman Football 10, Nicholas A. Sehaggio "Big 
Guy" Marching Band 10. 11. 12: Stage Band II. 12: Pep Band II. 12: 
Concert Band 10. II; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 12: Office Aide 12: 
Senior Talent Night II. 12. Janene Selway "Yican" SVl Club 10, 11, 12; 
Sophomore Chorus 10, Choral 




John Schauer 
Denise Scheid 
Michael C, Schiffbauer 
Warren M, Schneider 
Lori A. Schrock 



Heidi Mane Schultz 
William Schultz 



Brian Schulz 

Patricia A, Schwenner 



Lorraine M, Seidel 
John Seleman 



Nicholas A. Selvaggio 
Janene M. Selway 



Seniors 203 



Keith Sergent 
Linda Chin-Ling Shei 



Kristine A. Shook 
Marcia Shutty 



Karen Sim 
Kevin Ross Simon 



Michael R. Simpson 
David R. Sl<iljan 




^4^ 



Masters U. 12; Senior Talenl Night 12: AD Club 12; Powder Puff 12; 
Student Council 12; Gym Leader 11. 12; Girls' Track 10. 11, 12; 
National Honor Society 11. 12; Girls' Volleyball 10. 11, 12: Sophomore 
Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12. 

Keith Sergent "Sarge" Ski Club 11. Laurie Sbea Not pictured. Linda 
Chin-Ling Shei Eucuyo 12; Office Aide 12. Joseph Sboenberger Not 
pictured. Kristine A. Shook Football Manager 10. 11, 12; Wrestling 
Aide 10. 11. 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class Cabinet 11; Senior 
Clas.s Cabinet 12; Investment Club 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; 
Survey 10. Marcia SAutt.v Marching Band 10. 11, 12: Concert Band 10. 
11; Symphonic 'Wind Ensemble 12; Girls' Basketball 10. 11. 12; Girls' 
Softball 10. 11. 12: Powder Puff 12. Renee Siemen Not pictured. 
Karen Sim Silvana Simicevic Not pictured. Kevin Ross Simon Tennis 

10. 11. 12; Varsity Chorale treasurer 11. president 12; Key Club 11, 12: 
Powder Puff Cheerleader 12; Choral Masters 11. president 12: Bowling 
Club 10; Big Show 11. 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; Senior 
Talent Night 11. Michpel R. Simpson Wrestling 10. 11. 12. David R. 
Skiljan "Skir' Football 10. 11. 12; Indoor Track 10; Outdoor Track 10: 
Powder Puff Coach 12. Waller J. Skora Indoor Track 10. 11. 12; 
Outdoor Track 10. 11. 12; Football 10. 11. 12. Thomas William 
Slavkovsky "Slav" Investment Club 12. Terry M. Smiddy "Schmit" 
Sophomore Chorus 10; Choral Masters 12; Vocational Stenography 11. 
.secretary 12. Bryan Smith "B" Football 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10, 11: Ski 
Club 10, 12; Powder Puff Coach 12. Cheryl L. Smith "Shea" Office 
Education Historian historian 11. Janet A. Smith Girls' Track 11. 12; 
Girls' Swim Team 11. 12; Marching Band 11. 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 12; Outdoor Club 10, 11, 12: Ski Club 12. Lisa Smith Not 
pictured. Michael Smith Winter Play 11: Euclidian 12; Wargame Club 

11. Robin R. Smoot DCT 12; Office Aide 10. II. Diane L. Snook "Di" 
Sophomore Chorus 10; Vocational Stenography II. treasurer 12; 
Soccer Aide 10 11. 12; Office Aide II. 12. Denise Sobecki Sbelley Son 
Girls' Basketball 10. II. 12. William Sonnie Not pictured. Kim Sotka 
Vocational Child Care 11. 12; HERO Club 11. 12. Mark Gregory Speck 
"Iceman" Euclidian 11, senior section editor 12; Survey 11. feature 
editor 12: Student Council 12: Senior Class 12; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader 12. James D. Speer Football 10. 11. co-captain 12; Varsity 
Chorale II; Choral Masters 10, 11, 12. Pau/ D. Spence Marching Band 
10. Lori Sprinyer Cheerleading 10; Ski Club 10. II. 12; Big Show 10; 
Winter Play II; Wai Napolo 12; Flag Corps 12; co-captain. 
Christopher M. Standisb Ski Club 12. Amy Sue Steele J.V. Volleyball 
10; Swim Team 10; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class Cabinet II; 
Senior Class 12; Student Council 11. 12; Flag Corps 12; Euclidian Staff 
12; Survey Staff 12; Wai Napolo 11. 12; Blue Powder Puff 12; Swim 
Leader 11; AD Club 12; Senior Talent Night 12. James G. Steftas 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. 11; Outdoor Track 10: Senior Class 12. 
John Daniel Stephens Marching Band 10: Soccer 11; Hockey 12. 
Richard A. StermoleSki Club 10. II; Student Council 12; Senior Class 

12. Daniel Stevens Henry Stewart Not pictured. Jane L. Stragisber 
Ski Club 11. 12; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12: Student Council 12. 
Bernadette Emily Strle Cosmetology 11. 12. Janet Struna Volleyball 
10. 11. 12: Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12. Marilyn L. Struna "Tuna" Choir 
10. II. 12; Majorette Club II. Mira Sugar No picture. Ronald F. 
Suponric Football 10, 11; Baseball 10. II. 12; Ski Club 12; Powder Puff 
Coach 12; Student Council 12. Carol Sivider Pat Switzler'Swiiz" JV 
Football 10, JV Baseball 10. Sharon M. Szalay "Charlie" Wrestling Aide 
Wrestling Aide 10. II. 12; Vocational Stenography treasure 11. head 

of ways and means 12: OEA II. president 12; Softball 10: Junior Class 
Cabinet U. 



Walter J. Skora 

Thomas William Slavkovsky 

Terry M. Smiddy 

Bryan Smith 

Janet A. Smith 



Michael Smith 

Robin R. Smoot 

Diane L. Snook 

Denise Sobecki 

Shelley Son 




204 Seniors 



Lisa Brzozowski can't get the flag corps out of her blood. 




'Senior year makes you 
look back on your last 
three years and do the 
things you never did 
because you were afraid 
to. It's great!' 



Kim Sotka 
Mark Gregory Speck 
James D. Speer 
Paul D. Spence 
Lori Springer 



Christopher M. Standish 
Charles Starznaski 
Amy Sue Steele 
James G. Steffas 
John Daniel Stephens 



Richard Stermole 
Daniel Stevens 
Jane L. Stragisher 
Bernadette Emily Strle 
Janet Struna 



Marilyn L. Struna 
Ronald F. Suponcic 
Carol L. Swider 
Pat Switzler 
Sharon M. Szalay 



Seniors 205 



ChrisUne A. Szukalski 

Katherme A. Tally 

Jeffrey Tanner 

Deborah Taylor 

Wesley Taylor 



Joseph Testa 

Scott Paul Theodore 

Edward Thomas 

Carl Thompson 

Paul R. Thornton 



Raymond Ticc 

Robert Tomic 

John Tomorowitz 

Norene Torer 

David Toth 



Kimbcrly Ann Trbovich 

David Tucci 

Thomas Tuft 

Thomas Ubl 

Maria Lorraine Udovic 




^My senior year is the 

best year out of my high 

school days. I am more 

active and more spirited 

this year.' 



— Cindy Parker 




Marilyn Struna paints up a storm at a spun 



206 Seniors 




Alexandra Ukmar 
Nina Valerie Valenti 
Janine Mane Valentine 
Robert B. Vance 
Steve Vegel 



Valerie Ventura 
Michael Vitantonio 
Susan Volante 
Patrick Vuyancih 
Karin Wagner 



Robert Wagner 
Christine Walczak 



Christine A. Szakalslsi Office Worker 10. Katberine A. Taltj- 

Euclidian 11; AD Club 12. Gregory Templar No picture. Scott Paul 
Theodore "Rocco" Wrestling 10. II. 12: Cross Country 10, 11. 12: 
Tennis 11, 12: Track 10; Marching Band 10. 11; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 10. 11; Buckeye Boys' State 11; National Honor Society 11; 
12. Lawrence Thompson No picture, Paul R. Thornton "Thunder" 
Football; Water Polo; Indoor Track: Outdoor Track; Vocational 
Machines: Battle of the Classes. Raymond Tice Key Club: President 
12; Treasurer 11; Survey 10, 11, co-editor 12: Euclidian 10, 11, 12; 
Stage Band 11, 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 10, 11, 12: 
National Honor Society 11, 12: Concert Band 10; Svmpho 
Ensemble 11, 12; Outdoor Club 11, 12: Pit Band 10, 11, 12. Jari 
Tiitlanen No picture. Kimberly Ann Trbovich AFS 11; C.O.E. 12; P. 

A. Announcer 12: Senior Class 12; Swim Timer 11: Office Worker 11. 
Joseph Troyanovich No picture. David Tucci Indoor Track 10, 11. 12; 
Track 10. 11, 12. Thomas l/W Wrestling 10. 11: Football 10. Marie 
Lorraine l/rfovic Child Care 11: Hero Club 11; Clinic Aide 12; Gold 
Powder Puff Team 12. Alexandra Ukmar Sophomore Class, 
sec./treasury 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Girls' Track 10, 11, 
12; Girls' Cross Country 11, 12; Euclidian 10: Ski Club 10. U, 12; 
Science Seminar 10, 11; AD Club 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: National 
Honor Society 11, 12; Gold Powder Puff Team 12. Suzanne Vnick No 
picture: Cosmetology 11, 12; Office Aid 10. Sina Valerie Valenti "Li'l 
Earl" Ski Club 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 
12; Fall Play 12; Choral Masters 10. 11, 12: Big Show 12; Senior Talent 
12. Janine Marie Valentine Vocational Stenography 11, 12; Ski Club 
12: Track Aide 11, 12; Marching Band 10. U, 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 10, 12; Blue Powder Puff Team 12; Senior Class 12. Robert 

B. Vance Key Club 10, 12; Computer Club II. Steve Vegel 
"Wonderbelly" A. V. Club 10, II, 12: Key Club 11. Valerie Ventura, 
Michael Vitantonio Tim Virt No picture. Vocational Auto Shop 10, 11, 
12. Susan Volante Powder Puff 12; Nurses' Aide 11, 12.; Girls' Softball 
10, 11, 12; Band 12; Outdoor Club 10. 11, 12. Raymond Vorlicek No 
picture, Patrick J. Vuyancih Basketball 12; Investment Club 12. Karin 
Wagner "Wags" No picture. Robert Wagner, Christine Walczak, 
Annette Maria Walker, Valinda Walker Chuck Walls Distributive 
Education 11, 12, Carol Lynn Walsh Euclidian 10, 11, 12: COE 12, 
secretary: Gold Powder Puff Team 12: Senior Class 12; AD Club 12: 
Office Aide 11, Elizabeth Waltermire Ronald Wamser Football 10. 



Annette Maria Walker 
Valinda Walker 



Charles Walls 
Carol Lynn Walsh 



Elizabeth Waltermire 
Ronald Wamser 



Seniors 207 



Cheryl L. Warman 
Glenn Waters 



George Weisert 
Fred J. Wendel 



Deborah A. West 
Jeffrey Weslover 



Mike Whelan 
Becky Wiegand 



Robin Renee Willard 

Dane Williams 

Sonja Williams 

Amy L. Wilson 

Andrew Wilson 



Audrey Kelly Wintle 

David E. Woide 

Patrick Wolowiecki 

Norman Wonderly 

Craig Wright 




Cheryl L. Warman Basketball Aide 10; Girls' Softball 10, 11. 12; Ski 
Club 11. 12; COE prc.sidcm 12; VVai .N'apolo 12; Office Aide 11; Senior 
Class 12; Soccer 12. Glenn Waters Fred J. H'enrfe7 Vocational 
Automotlves II. 12. Everett J. Wes/ej- Not pictured. Football 12; 
Track 12. Deborah A. West COK 12 Jeffrey VVesfover •Leftover" 
Survey ca-edilor 11. assistant editor 12; Marching Band 10. 11. 12; 
Eucuvo 10. short-story editor 11, editor-in-chief 12; Peer Counselor 11. 
12. lUlike Whelaa Foo'tball 10. 11; Wrestling 11. 12; Baseball 10. 
Tammy White Nol pictured. Becky H'ie^anrf Cosmetology 11. 12. 
Robin Renee Willard "Bobbin Wobin" Cosmetology 11. 12. Amy L. 
Wilson AFS 10. 11. secretary 12; Eucuyo 12; French Club 11. 
president 12; Big Show 10; Var.sity Chorale 11. 12; Powder Puff 12; 
National Honor Socictv 11. 12. Andrew Wilson AFS 10. 11. 12; Ski 
Club 12. Audrey Kelly Wintle Fall Play 10. 11; Big Show 10. 11; 
Choral Masters 11. 12; Sophomore Choir 10; Powder Puff 12; Outdoor 
Club 10. 11; Battle of the Cla.s.ses 11. Dana Witt No picture. David E. 
Wo/de Track 10; Indoor Track 10; Soccer 10. 11; French Club 11. 12; 
Senior Class 12. Robert Wolons No picture. Dana L. Wood No picture. 
Girls' Softball II. 12: .lunior Cla.ss Cabinet 11; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Swim 
Leader 11. Lorelta Ann Woods No picture. Cvm Aide 10; Office Aide 
10; Powder Puff 12. Craig WrighfaW Club li. 12. Lenon Wright No 
picture. Dan Wyman Library Aide 10. II. 12; Vocational Accounting 

11, 12. Harry Vanc/isr "Yanch" Baseball 10, 11, 12; Football 10. 11. 
Sharon FefAyej' Vocational Accounting 11, 12. Denise Ferman Senior 
Class 12; COE 12; Powder Puff 12; Junior Achievement 10; Investment 
Club 12. Lisa Susan VoungPccr Coun.seling 11. 12; COE 12. Patricia 
lU. Young "Youngo" Girls' Basketball 11. 12; Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12: 
Metal Sculpture Club 12; Gold Powder Puff Team 12. Roberta H. 
Vuhas Euclidian 10. 11. 12: Survey 10. editor U. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 
12; Key Club 11. 12; Metal Sculpture Club 12; Science Seminar 10. 11. 
12: Computer Club 10; Girls' Softball 10. 11. 12: Powder Puff 12: 
Astronomy Club 12; French Club 12; Senior Cla.ss 12; AFS 11: 
National Honor Society 11. 12: "Academic Challenge" team 11. 12; 
Battle of the Classes 11. Louis Zakraysek No picture. Key Club 10. 
Charles ZeleCrosf. Country 10. 11. co-captain 12: Indoor Track 10. 11. 

12. Track 10. 11. 12: Senior Class Cabinet 12; National Honor Society 
11. 12. Academic Challenge team 12; Survey 10. Linda Zerby. Gary 
Ziegler Madonna A. Zupan Cross Country 10: Swim Timer 10. 11. co- 
captain 12: AD Club 10, 11. .secretary 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Big Show 

10. 11. 12: Battle of the Cla.s,ses 10. 11; Powder Puff 12; Student 
Council 12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Cla.ss Cabinet 11; Senior Class 
12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Choral Masters 12. Scott Zurilla 
Kenneth George Judson "Judson" Fall Play U. 12: Winter Play: Big 
Show 12: Senior Talent Night 11. 12: Swim Show Crew 11; Key Club 

11, 12: French Club 11. 12; Tennis 10. 11. 12. 




MiM 



208 Seniors 




Donald Wright 
Daniel Wyman 
Harry Yanchar 
Dana Yatsko 
Sharon Yeckley 



Denise Yerman 
Keith Young 
Lisa Susan Young 
Patricia M. Young 
Roberta H. Yuhas 



Donna Zak 
Charles Zele 
Linda Zerby 
Gary Ziegler 
Madonna Zupan 



Scott Zurilla 
Kenneth Zuro 
Mandy Broccone 
Kimberly Cartulla 
John Deatsch 



'I vs^ish my senior year ^vouldn't 
end. I'll miss a lot of my 
friends and always remember 
the fun times I had. It's 
an ending and a new^ beginning.' 



George King 



Jeffery Penny 



— Ken Zuro 



Seniors 209 



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481-1166 



210 Advertising 




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Advertising 211 



WALL COLOR SHOP 



Roesch Paint & Wallpaper Co. 
Wholesale - Retail 

855 East 222 St. 
731-3585 



Congratulations 

To The 

Class Of 1982 

And 

Good Luck 

PTSA 



Euclid Senior High 

Parent • Teacher • Student 

Association 



Phone 261-0641 

UPSON 
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505 East 260 St. 
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JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES CO., INC 



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731-7060 



212 Advertising 



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Advertising 213 



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214 Advertising 




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Congratulations To 
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Advertising 215 




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216 Advertising 













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Advertising 21T 




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218 Advertising 




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732-8077 



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Advertising 219 



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220 Advertising 





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Congratulations, Class Of '82 



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Advertising 221 



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692-2225 




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481-7512 




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222 Advertising 



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Advertising 223 



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731-1550 



224 Advertising 



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Euclid, Ohio 44119 




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450 east 200th 

euclid Ohio 441 19 

531-6653 



Advertising 225 



Coi^ratulations 

Gradiiatii^ 



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Phone 486-7008 



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Telephone: (216) 531-0300 



Advertising 227 





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21800 St. Clair Avenue 
486-3698 



228 Advertising 




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Advertising 229 



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Cleveland, Ohio 44112 

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SAM VENTURA 
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EUCLID, OHIO 44123 




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Euclid, Ohio 




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Euclid, Ohio 44117 



230 Advertising 



Congratulations to the graduates! 



Euclid Senior Higli Scliool Class of 1982 



...from your Euclid City Officials 
We recognize your achievements and wish you continued success in your future. 




ANTHONY J. GIUNTA 
MAYOR 

EUCLID CITY COUNCIL 

Michael Kosmetos 

President of Council 

Councilmen 

William L. DeMora, Ward 1 

Mark Jochum, Ward 2 

George Carson, Ward 3 

Nick Marino, Ward 4 

Council-at- Large 
Edward Eckart 
Joseph Farrell 
Donald Malone 
Ted Theodore 

Lucille Kucharski 

Clerk of Council 




Robert F. Niccum 

Judge 

Frank W. Payne 

Chief of Police 

George R. Langa 

Fire Chief 
Patrick R. Rocco 

Law Director 

John A. Piscitello 

Service Director 

Lou C. Dommer 

Public Works Director 

Frank J. Chukayne 

Executive Director 

Richard T. Balazs 

Finance Director 

Paul Oyaski 

Communit}' Services and 

Development Director 

Les Morgan 

Recreation Director 



A City of Superior Services 



Advertising 231 



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22400 Shore Center Dr. 

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731-2233 



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417 East 200th St. 
531-2122 



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BLUEPRINT 

& SUPPLY, INC. 



908 East 222 St. 
731-4662 



232 Advertising 



Dave Sprochi's 

EUCLID 
DRIVING 
SCHOOL 



Located In 
The Zalac Building 

580 East 200th St. 
531-6173 



GOTATASTE 



ADVENTURE? 



You'll find it in the Navy. 

You'll travel to exciting 

places. Work on space age 

equipment. Get top benefits, 

career training and a great 

future. For more information see: 



Chief Mike Behnke 

22683 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid Ohio 44117 

383-8796 



BOULEVARD 
BEVERAGE 

22742 Shore Center Dr. 
289-6466 




And we did, too! 



DELTA 
DESIGN, INC. 



736 East 200th St. 
531-0607 



Advertising 233 



DIVISION OF A PERSONNEL SERVICE. INCORPORATED 
71 1 BABBITT ROAD • EUCLID. OHIO 44 1 23 



IRENE Z. CHURCH 

Certified Personnel Consultant 



234 Advertising 



Congratulations To 1 

The Class Of 1982 From . • . ! 





20020 Lake Shore Blvd 
486-5100 



VASSAR 

HEALTH 

FOODS 

21933 Euclid Ave. 
692-1875 



Advertising 235 



MARIA'S 

HAIR FASHION 

455 East 200th St. 
486-7892 



Euclid Jalousies, Inc. 

PORCH AND BREEZEWAY ENCLOSURES 

ALUMINUM JALOUSIES AWNING TYPE 

WINDOWS 

STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS 

ALUMINUM SIDING 

AWNINGS AND RAILINGS ROOFING 

490 East 200th St. 

486-1112 

Rudy Lipovec Bob Dunmire 



DIPAOLO 

HOUSE 

OF BEAUTY 



'Beauty Is 
Our Business' 



We Specialize In 

Permanents 
And Haircutting 




EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS, INC, 

19901 St. Clair Ave. • 481-6106 

Parts & Accessories • Expert Service On Volkswagens • Importer Of 
Pirelli & Gislaved Tires • Body Work & Painting, Foreign & Domestic 



236 Advertising 



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Across From Euclid High School 

768 E. 222nd St. 

Euclid, Ohio 

Tues. Wed. Thurs. & Sat. 12:00-4:00 p m 

Tue. & Wed. Eve.'s 4:30-8:30 p m 



Call For Your Appointment 
You . . Will Love Your Portrait. 
Your Parents Will Love 
Our Prices ... 
481-0915 Or 1-257-5175 



Advertising 237 



m When the name is NARA, 
the standard is quality. 




SALTER 
AUTO PARTS 

'In The Sherwood Plaza' 

21149 Euclid Ave. 

486-3798 




EUCLID-RACE 

DAIRY & ICE 

CREAM CO. 

503 East 200th St. 
481-4700 





EUCLIDIAN 



BEAUTY COLLEGE 

22741 Shore Center Dr. 
261-2600 



Audrey Lonchar takes a breather on the sidehnes during the 
Powder Puff game. 



238 Advertising 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




WBKiS^^ 



Congratulates 

The Class Of 

1982 



Advertising 239 



The Euclid High School BOOSTERS CLUB 
Salutes our fine athletes, our coaches and fans 
and congratulates them for being *Good Sports' 




EUCLID HIGH BOOSTERS CLUB 



240 Advertising 



R & P ASSOC. 
INC. 

Good Luck 

To The 
Euclid Kids 



NORWOOD DRUG, Inc. 

808 East 185th St., At East ParK u,. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44)19 PHONE 531-9188 



'Filling Your Prescription Is 

The Most Important Thing We 

Do! 




20980 St. Clair Ave. 481-4333 



BILL and SHARON PHILLIPS 

Jrw PRIDAY AVENUE 

EUCLID. OHIO 44l2^ 

PHONE 261-466'^ 
(shows only) 




An I uf ties - Col I cell hies 

(Glass - Furniture — 7'())'.s- - Paper Items) 
Buy - Sell - Appraisals ~ Liquidations 



PALISADES BOWL 

1331 East 260th St. 

PALISADES TWO 

27401 Tungsten Rd. 

PALISADES FOUR 

7300 Palisades Parkway 



Advertising 241 



PATRONS • PATRONS 



BACK ALLEY PIZZA 



DEE'S DELI 



21950 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-5454 

DR. R.M. BALDWIN 



21932 Lake Shore 
261-7270 

EUCLID OFFICE SUPPLY 



21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-5650 

BALI HAI RESTAURANT 



756 East 222 Street 
531-5311 

EUCLID TRAVEL BUREAU 



25649 Euclid Ave. 
, 731-4800 

BEACHLAND PHARMACY 



22078 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1050 

HANDY RENTS 



20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-0631 

BROADVIEW SAVINGS 

813 East 185 Street 
481-7800 

BRONKO'S BEVERAGE 

510 East 200 Street 
531-8844 

MOLNAR'S DAIRY QUEEN 

435 East 200 Street 
442-2329 

DEE-ANN CERAMIC ART STUDIO 



23560 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-6950 

CONGRESSMAN 
DENNIS ECKHART 

KNAFEL'S SHORE MARKET 

20070 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-4411 

LOVE INSURANCE AGENCY 

26250 Euclid Ave. 
289-8750 

MARTIN'S DAIRY BAR 



843- East 222 Street 
261- 7452 



20321 Euchd Ave. 
486-1325 



242 Advertising 



PATRONS • PATRONS 



RETTA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 

640 East 222 Street 
261-1284 

DR. ALLAN A. ROLFE 



SHORE CENTER SHOE REPAIR 

22748 Shore Center Dr. 



THE TEACHERS' AIDE 



22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
289-8998 

ROSS' MEAT MARKET 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 
531-5757 

S & S DELI AND LOUNGE 



22072 Lake Shore Blvd. 
289-7033 

WATERWASH HARDWARE 
CO. 

345 East 200 Street 
531-0956 



22810 Lake Shore Blvd. 
289-8777 

SAM & PETE'S HAIR STYLING 

393 East 200 Street 
531-5828 

SAXON FANCY MEATS 

848 East 200 Street 
481-9452 

SMITH BROS. DRY CLEANING 

719 East 185 Street 
481-3553 



WINDSOR REALTY & 

MANAGEMENT, INC. 

26111 Brush Ave. 
289-0007 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-3878 

YALE TV CENTER 

842 East 185 Street 
531-2264 



Advertising 243 



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244 Closing 



The end of the 1981-82 school year 
meant the close of the high school 
careers of the graduating seniors and the 
close of a chapter in the history of the 



Euclid Public Schools. In September 
1982, Euclid will become a four-year 
high school for the first time in its 
history. 




Closing 245 



student Index 



Abraham, Myca L. 
Adams, Robert M. 
Adams, Susan T. 
Adkins. Paul D. 
Albanese, Patricia A. 
Albert. Glenn M. 
Albertone, John J. 
Albright. Michael A. 
Albright, Scott A. 
Alexander, Jon 
Alves. James 
Amato, Gina 
Ambrose, James R. 
Ames, E>enms A. 
Anderson, Walter R. 
Andresky, Theresa M. 
Antenori. Sherry A. 
Antonick. Danette M. 
Antonick, David A. 
Antonick. Denise M. 
Anzells, Steven J. 
Archacki, Stephen R. 
Archie. Mark A. 
Argenti, Tammy M. 
Arnold, Suzanne 
Ashley, Brenten A. 
AspinwaU, Michelle Y. 
Ault, Denise L. 
Austin. J. Timothy 
Austin, Michele E. 
Avcin, James E. 
Ayers, Kevin J. 



Baer. Jay A. 
Bagocius, Dawn M. 
Bagwell. Deborah J. 
Bailey, Donald M. 
Baitl. Michael J. 
Baizel, William G. 
Bak, Gordon P. 
Bako. Alex R. 
Balazs, Susan 
Ball. David C. 
Balogh. Tern E. 
Balogh. Virginia E. 
Bammerlin. Carol L. 
Banaszek. Robert E. 
Banning. Thomas R. 
Barich. John S. 
Barich, Nicholas S. 
Barnard Jeffrey A. 
Barnard. Stanley A. 
Barndt. John R. 
Barnes, Marykay 
Baromir, Jeffery G. 
Barravechia. Abson 
Barteld, Milfred J. 
Barth, Ellen A. 
Bartulovic, Ljuban 
Basler. Matthew H. 
Baldorf, Gary L. 
Battle, Darlene 
Batya. Michelle 
Batya, Thomas M. 
Bauck. Frank J. 
Bauer, David W. 
Bauer, Michael P. 
Bealko. Scott A. 
Beaudry. Nicole A. 
Bedzyk. Michael S. 
Bedzyk, Robert 
Beggs, Michelle A. 
Beggs, Randall 
Behm. James C. 
Beidle. Joyce A. 
Belavich, James L. 
Belavich. Lois A. 
Belavich, Mary C, 
Bell. Kevin A. 
Belle, Louis E. 
Bellemy. Felicia R. 
Bencivenni, Lynn M 
Benedict, Bruce G. 
Benko, Barbara G. 
Benko. John P. 
Bennett. David J. 
Berardinelli. Lisa M 
Beret, Alexandre G. 
Berke, Lewis M. 



39, 


172 


179 


Bernacki, Peter S. 






143 


Bertrand, Kim Y. 






172 


Berus, Erik J.- 


52, 


119 


172 


Bess. Sherrol L. 






172 


Beuck, Cheryl A. 






154 


Beutler, Kristin A. - 




65 


172 


Beutler. Michael A. 






154 


Bevacqua, Vincent 






145 


Bielfelt, George T. 






172 


Bierer, Ruth Ann 




35 


144 


Biller, Connie M. 






143 


Bisbee. Joseph L. 


59, 


128 


154 


Bittner, Susan Sly 






141 


Black, Allen 


35, 


128 


154 


Black, Bonnie L. 




71 


172 


Black. Brenda G. 
Black. Cynthia 






154 


Black, Eldridge V. 
Blackman, Douglas L. 






154 


Blankenship. Darryl B. 


17,32 


,33 


172 


Blankenship, Sharon L. 


r 


,33 


140 


Blase. Arthur P. 




128 


154 


Blau. Michael G. 






153 


Bleigh, Brian 






154 


Blevms, James E. 






144 


Blevins. William D. 






35 






172 


202 

145 






46 


144 

172 




56 


128 


144 


^^ImP-T 






146 


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60.87 


172 








172 




1 


105 


143 





142 
68. 154 



17. 32, 33. 140 

174 

48. 174 

69. 154 
24. 61. 142, 154 

46, 114, 150 
154 

70, 174 
105, 143 

174 



17,33, 110. 128, 154 



56, 172 
1. 35, 152 



19. 148 
70, 154 
46, 177 

152 

lOe. 154 

110. 140 

35. 153 

30, 56. 152 

154 

56, 101. 128, 154 



Senior section editor Mark Speck reacts 
in his usual stoic manner upon learning 
of a mistake in his section. 



1, 2. 23. 38, 49, 113. 137. 154 



Bogdan, Nick J. 
Bognar, Christina B. 
Bolger, Susan L. 
Bolivar. Adriana 
Bolton. William E. 
Boone. Jeffery V. 
Boris, Michael J. 
Bornds, Carla 
Boschi, Anthony R. 
Bosher, Janet 
Bost, Charles E. 
Bost, Jane F. 
Botirius, Mark A. 
Bolts, Cheryl D. 
Botzki, Hans T. 
Bowers, Patrick T. 
Bowes, Keith W. 
Boyle, George Y. 
Boyle. Lisa M. 
Bradac, Edward A. 
Bozak. Robert A. 
Bozich. Barbara J. 
Braddock. Thomas S. 
Bradford. Sherri N. 
Brady. Carol A. 
Brady, Kathleen M. 
Brady. Kevin 
Braidich, Richard 



67, 174 
46. 152 



Brannon, Jamie D. 
Bratton, Michael 0. 
Braucher. Donna L. 
Brechun, Michael J. 
Breeden, Kenneth W. 
Breeden. Sherri L. 
Breeden. Susan J. 
Breeden, William M. 
Breeding. Jacquelyn M. 
Bregy, Gina D. 
Breining, Judith M. 
Brennan. Kevin P. 
Brentar. Janet M. 
Brentar, Mary T. 
Brelton. William D. 
Brewer. Gina M. 
Brewer. Steven 
Brewster. Lonny D, 
Breznkar, Jenny 
Brinkley. Patricia L. 
Brinsko. Sharon L. 
Brisbine, Lisa A. 
Britt, Deidre F. 
Brnjic. Tomislav Z. 
Broa. Gerald J. 
Broadwater. Kim R. 
Brochak, William 
Broccone. Mandy 
Brogdon. Clarence 
Brokate, Bryan M. 
Brown, Alex R. 
Brown. Amanda M. 
Brown, Beverly K. 
Brown, Gary D. 
Brown. James E. 
Brown Jauwanna 
Brown. Jeffrey W. 
Brown. Joyce A. 
Brown, Karen A. 
Brown, Kath'leen E. 
Brown, Kathryn A. 
Brown, Lenore J. 
Brown, Pamela J. 5. 

Brown, William J. 
Bruening, James A. 
Bruno. Stephen 
Brussee. Caroline A. 
Bryan. Julie 
Brzozowski. Lisa 
Bucceri. Linda Ann 
Buck, Anne M. 
Buck, Gary T. 
Budas, Michael A. 
Budic. Timothy J. 
Budnar. Gary T. 
Budnar. James C. 
Budway R.J. 
Buehner. Joyce C. 
Buehner. Kimberly J. 
Buettner, Phillip J. 
Buettner, Susan C. 
Bukovac, Sue A. 
Bukvic. Christopher D. 
Bukvic. Nicholas J. 
Bumbarger, Thomas J. 
Burke, Susanne 
Burkholder. James R. 
Burnette, Cheryl 
Burnngton. Edward 
Bums. Christina C. 
Burrows, Kimberly 
Burrows. Michael A. 
Burton. Christopher D. 
Burya. Richard J. 
Bush. Joseph 
Bussey. Donald A. 
Bulara, Deborah M. 
Butara. Joseph R, 
Butara. Margaret M. 
Byrd, Andre D. 

Cable, Joan N. 
Cable. Robert J. 
CaipiUan. Estela 
Calabrese, Andrew 
Calabrese, Donna M, 
Calabrese, John R. 
Calabrese, Theresa A. 
Caldwell, Rodnev A. 



67. 155 

155 

61. 155 



17, 32, 33. 175 
67. 155 
10, 175 



52, 106. 175 
17. .33. 140 



209 

155 
155. 170. 175, 182 

119 
46, 141 
35. 175 
64. 155 

128 

101. 155 



28. 39, 170. 175. 177 

88. 89. 157 

14. 35, 43. 49. 56. 59. 171. 175 



35. 115. 126. 143. 144 
17. .32. 33, 110, 128, 175 



143 

17. 38. 151 

33. 52. 101. 128. 176 

53. 176 

110, 128 



246 Student Index 



Cales, Joseph C. 
Calhoun, James T. 
Callahan, Kenneth 
Callahan. Laurie J, 
Callahan, Patricia A. 
Callahan, Randy K. 
Calogar, Tammy J. 
Campbell, Karyn J. 
Campbell. Robert G. 
Campbell. Susan L. 
Cannon, Lisa B. 
Cantini, Troy R. 
Capasso, Dean D. 
Capetta, Michelle L. 
Caplick, George M. 
Caplick, Lisa A. 
Caplick, Nicholas G. 
Capretta, Laura M. 
Capretta, Thomas A. 
Caputo, Marie 
Carlo. Catherine 
Carlson. Thomas E. 
Carman, Elisabeth A. 
Carpenter, Sandra L. 
Carpenter, Scott A. 
Carpenter. Steven S. 
Carter, Dawn M. 
Carter, John M. 
Carter. Sherri L. 
Cartulla. Kimberly M. 
Casto. Gary W. 
Castrovince, William J. 
Cater, Judith C. 
Cayne, John T. 
Cechura, Jody M. 
Cefaratti, Geneine M. 
Cefaratti, Marti 
Cek, Linda L. 
Centa, Lisa L. 
Centa, Lynn 
Cermak, Susan C, 
Cers, Kalvis A. 
Cervar, Valdi 
Chamberlain, Ann C. 
Champa, Anthony B. 
Champa, Bernadette A. 
Chan. Robbin F. 
Chanakas. Anna G. 
Chapman, Brian K. 
Chapman. Tamara T. 
Cheatham, Marie M. 
Cherne, James 
Chicone. Mark A. 
Childers, Keith E. 
Chinchar, Michael J. 
Chiudioni. David P. 
Christopher, Lisa A. 
Cianelli, Robert E. 
abrik. Kathy A. 
Cicek. Wendy T. 
Cieslinski, Linda M. 
Cieslinski, Marianne 
Cirino, Marie 
Ciuprinskas, Cheryl A. 
Civitarese, Terri L. 
Clapacs. Robert J. 
Clark. Pamela M. 
Clark, Ricky A. 
Clay, Jeffery A. 
Clay. Steven D, 
Clemens, David S. 
Clere, Donald L. 
Clere. Ladonna C. 
Clines, Scott E. 
Cocherell, Lori A. 
Cogan, Edward J. 
Colantonio. Dina M. 
Cole. Melissa A. 
Coles, Timothy W. 
Collier. Derrick D. 
Colling, Maureen E. 
Collins. Paul A. 
Collins, William E. 
Colo. Michael A. 
Colton, Catherine A. 
Conklin. Marc A. 
Conner, Debra 
Connerton, Kathleen A. 
Cononie. Daniel 
Cononie. Jane 
Conway, Carrie L. 
Cook. Karen E. 
Cook. Ruth E. 
Cooney. Kathleen M. 
Corbett, Diane M. 
Corbett. Kathleen A. 





105, 142 


Corbett, L Lynn 
Gorman. Sherry 




156 


Corrao, Scott D. 




152 


Costa. Nicholas J. 




176 


Cotter. Patrick 




146 


Cover. Lisa M. 




156 


Cowan. Joe P. 




67. 176 


Cowie. Richard L. 




131, 152 


Coyne. Thomas E. 




35, 147 


Cozarl. John T. 




176 


Cramer, Beth E. 




156 


Cramer. Linda S. 




35, 149 


Crane. David L. 
Croone. Arthur 




101, 103, 156 


Cullen. John L. 




47,156 


Culliton. Laura A. 




71, 176 


Cunningham. William J 




67, 156 


Cupar. John 




142 


Currie. Cynthia J. 




35,156 


Curtis. Monte H. 




47, 156 


Cutwright. Jeffrey B. 




106, 131, 156 




35, 


lie, 117, 137, 157 


Dailey. Tracy L. 
Danna. Michael J. 




123, 148 


D Anna. Thomas J. 




105 


D Anna, Timothy J. 
Danzinger. Darryi 




65, 176 


Dauer, Jeffrey J. 




67 


Daugherty. Robert C. 




157, 209 


Davies, John R. 




177, 215 


Davies, Lois A. 




92, 93, 157 


Davis, Barbara M. 




177 


Davis, Christine A. 



1. 35, 36, 115, 157 



70, 179 
39, 42, 132, 179, 181 



34, 35, 36, 43, 116, 179 
107, 141 



101, 171 
128, 144 



56, 77, 157. 177 

33, 152 

59, 152 

17, 32, 33, 52. 177 

177 

35. 177 

177 



131, 178 

52, 68, 178 

4, 115, 139, 157 



29. 178 
157, 165 
70. 178 



56, 199 
29, 77. 178 



4, 42. 178 

178 

178. 181 

140 

76 

35, 46, 178 

128, 190 

43, 59, 154 

35. 128, 144 

140 

110. 128, 157 

70, 178 



69, 178, 184 

33, 150 

17, 33, 53, 178 



Mark Urbas' genuine coonskin cap was 
one of the most original entries in the 
Hat Day competition. 




Davis, Cynthia L, 
Davis, Debra A. 
Davis. Dwayne 
Davis. John P. 
Davis. Karen D. 
Daykin. Donna M. 
Dean. Denise A. 
Dearden. Barbara 
Deason. Carol A. 
Deason. Thomas G. 
Deaton. Darren L. 
Deatsch, John H. 
Debevc, Mira 
De Filippo, Dawn M. 
De Granda. Boris 0. 
De Lambo. Richard M. 
De Laney, Kimberly M. 
Delaney. Patrick M. 
Delos. Veronica M. 
De Luca Gina 
De Luca, Michelle L. 
De Luca, Renee M. 
Delzoppo, Jamie M. 
De Mark, Denise M. 
De Mark, Marybeth 
Dennick, Jeanmarie 
Dennick, Paul D. 
Deoma, Joseph 



33, 157 
17. 33, 144 



60, 180 

15, 49. 180 

101, 157 



157 


209 


67 


180 


4, ,35 


148 


132 


180 




180 




153 




157 



Deptola. Charles 
Derreberry. Alison 
Desai. Sangita 
Deuschle. Sheri L. 
Dezelon, Cheri 
Dezelon, Lisa 
Dickard, Dennis A. 
Dismon, Gina D. 
Di Tirro. Nicholas A. 
Dodaro, Dave J. 
Dodd. Jackline 
Doesburg, Lori A. 
Dombrosky. John M. 
Donnett. Gary M. 
Donnett. John T. 
Dorado. James R. 
Doremus, Linda M. 
Dort, Wendy A. 
Doyle. Paul T. 
Doyle. Timothy J. 
Drake. Ketth D. 
Drasler. Michelle L. 
Drienka, Susan L. 
Drobnick, Cynthia L. 
Dudek, Theresa A. 
Dudziak, James M. 
Dugandzic, Dragan 
Duke. Christine M. 
Duke. David A. 
Dular. Corinne 
Duling-El, Charles 
DuUa, Denise 
Dun levy, Dianna 
Duracensky, Lisa M. 
Dureiko. Darin J. 
Dures, Vesna 
Durst, Kevin A. 
Dushaj. Djelos 
Dutko. Patricia D. 
Dymanski, Sharon E. 
Dymanski, Susan K. 

Eberwein, Tresa N. 
Echols, Eric L. 
Ecker, Dennis M. 
Ede. Russell S. 
Eichler, Maryann M. 
Eiermann, Maryellen L. 
Ellenbest, Michael J. 
Emser, Mark J. 
Engelking. Cynthia L. 
Engiebrecht. Laura J. 
Erne, Kelly A. 
Eros. Mark A. 
Evans, Jacqueline K. 
Evans. James A. 
Evans, Renee F. 
Evans, William H. 
Eyman, Craig M. 

Fagan. Shawn T. 
Fair. David M. 
Farinacci. Nicholas 
Fazio, Dale 
Fazio. Kerry L. 
Fazio, Kristen R. 
Fedakowski. John 
Fedakowski, Susan 
Fekete. Cynthia 
Ferrante, Lisa A. 
Perrara, James J. 
Ferrell, James 
Festini, Blaise A. 
Fike. Sandra K. 
Finke. Beth A. 
Finke. Beverly L. 
Finley, Djuana V. 
Fisher, David L. 
Fisher, Thomas E. 
Fitzgerald. Thomas 
Fitzmaurice, John P. 
Fitzpatrick, Colin R. 
Fitzsimons, Michael R. 
Flanagan, Colleen M. 
Fondran. Greg A. 
Force. Roy W. 
Forcht, Tom C. 
Ford, Selma R. 
Formica. Daniel 
Foskey. Anthony P. 
Foster. Jeffrey M. 
Foster, Mark A. 
Fowle. David R. 
Fowte, Pamela S. 
Fox. Colleen T. 
Fox. Donald 



47. 179. 181 
42. 132, 157 



181 



in, 140 

147 

65. 181 

153 

157 

150 

67, 181 

35,157 

150 



181 
157 
181 
33, 35. 152 
181 
68. 137. 157 

4, 150 



157, 181 
5. 31. 36. 37. 101. 171. 181 









182 






65 


158 
142 




17 


,33 


1,50 






89 


182 






105 


144 






101 


158 
182 


4, 


35, 


105 


146 
158 
182 






35,46 








1.57 






128 


182 


11 


31 


,68 


182 


- 




46, 


147 



33, 46, 52. 182 

46, 182, 202 

182 



35,151 
119, 158 



65. 182 
144 

79.183 
150 



Student Index 247 



Fox. JUl M. 
Francetlc, Donna L. 
Francetic. Mark A. 
Franklin. Anthony 
Franko. Beth A. 
Franks. David A. 
Frasher. Kinnberly A. 
Fratcher. Maryann 
Fralino. Joseph A. 
Freeh. Kirsten H. 
Fryar, Robin A. 
Fryar. WiUiam L. 
Fuerst. Raymond A. 
Fuerst. Stephanie L. 
Fuller. Connie M. 
Fulton. Diane L. 
Fumich. Brenda 
Furlan. Anthony J. 
Furman. Debra 
Furman. James 
Fussell. Victoria L. 

Gaddis. Eldred I. 
Gaffney. Darin L. 
Galer. Lesa L. 
Galloway, Eileen M. 
Gallucci, Tern M. 
Camber, Loriann 
Camber, John 
Gansey, Gerald R, 
Ganti, Akhilesh S. 
Garland, Ian G. 
Gawor. William J. 



39. 113. 183 
2. 1.58 
67. 183 
33. 158 
52. 183 
35, 43. 49, 7 
78 



137 

158 

17, 33, 158, 138 

68, 183 

64, 158 

67. 158 

141, 158 

138, 158 

17. 3,3, 59, 158 

46, 115, 152 

77, 183 

67 




If we hide behind here, maybe no one 
will notice that we're cutting! 



Gephart, Kathleen E. 
Gercar, Christopher J. 
Gervasi. John R. 
Ghikas. Christos 
Giegench. Laurence D. 
Gielmk. Reni A. 
Gill. Angela R. 
Gilmore. Lynette 
Giunta. Donna 
Glaser, Paul E. 
Glassner, Barry J. 
Glavac, James 
Glavan, Denise A. 
Glavan, Frank J. 
Gleisser, Ellvn R. 
Click. Carv J. 
Clicker. Sandra M. 
Cliebe. Erich J. 
Clover. Karen M. 
Godnavec. Kenneth J. 
Gofney, Vaughn C. 
Golden, Kevin P. 
Golden, Patricia A. 
Goldstein. Charles H. 
Golen. Jo A. 



.33. 56, 170, 184 



11, .57. 68. 184 



30. 36. 49, 184 
132, 145 



Coin 



. Ka 



Golinar. Shan 
Golob. Tina L 
Gordon, Kare 



1 M. 



Grabinski, Jeffrey F. 
Grahovac, Igor 
Grassi, Lisa M. 
Grau, Edward M. 
Cray. Dennis B. 
Craziano. Joseph 
Green. Cynthia M. 
Green, Daniel E, 
Green, Ramona D. 
Greene, Steven B. 
Gregory, Alice K. 
Gressley, Donna 
Greismer, David 
Greismer. Mary 
Griffin. Lisa A. 
Criffis. Amy J. 
Grigsby. Katherine A. 
Griswold. Gail E. 
Grmovsek, John A. 
Gron, Mary M. 
Gron, Philip J. 
Grosel. Dean A. 
Grosel. Douglas E. 
Groudle, Judy L. 
Cuarino, Michael J. 
Gubitosi, Angela M. 
Cuenther. Michael P. 
Cundelach. Rosemarie 
Cundling. Scott F. 
Gupta. Sadhna 

Habat. Patricia M. 
Habat. Paul A. 
Hackathorn. David A, 
Hadzima, Peter 
Hahn. Rosemary 
Halbert, Sophie 
Hale, Lauren S. 
Hall, Laura D. 
Hall, Thomas M. 
Haller, Nora J. 
Hallo, Diane 
Ham, Frederick W. 
Ham, Kristine A. 
Hamila. Robert J. 
Hamm. Lisa K. 
Hammond. Tracey A, 
Hammonds, Robert E. 
Hampton, Randall 
Hanck, Robert F. 
Hanlon. Laurie L. 
Hanlon, Thomas J. 
Hann. Bonnie F. 
Hanratty. Kathleen M. 
Hansen, Mark A. 
Hansen, Sharon K. 
Hardy, Michael N. 
Harmon. Denise A. 
Harmon, Karen K. 
Harper, John R. 
Harrah, Kathryn A. 
Harrah, IjOralyn S. 
Harris, Christopher P, 
Hart. Carolmarie 
Harlh. Michael L. 
Haupt. Elaine M. 
Haverlock. Lance M. 
Hayes. Scott A. 
Heasley. Robert S. 
Hegedus, Diane B. 
Heimberger, Ruth C. 
Heimsoth. Eileen J, 
Hendershot, Robert C, 
Henderson, Robert K, 
Henderson. Sandra M. 
Henkel, Kirt M. 
Hennessee, Aretha A. 
Henry, Margaret A. 
Hepp, Christopher R. 
Herbert, Ronald J. 
Herbst, Charles 
Herman, Kimberley 
Hernan, Devin 
Hernan. Joseph F. 
Hernan. Matthew 
Herrick. Susan A. 
Heyduk, Kathleen M. 
Highsmith. Michelle 
Highsmith, Robert 
Hildebrandl. Maureen 
Hill. David W, 
Himes, Walton 
Hinton, Gregory E. 
Hird. Rupert 
Hirzer. Golthard 
Hirzer. Wernher 



10. 47. 77. 158 



46, 158 
42, 132. 184 



11. 68, 
17, 33, 



33. 42. 132. 138, 158 

123, 148 

1,5, 36, .37, 74, 101. 119. 185 

46. 111. 1,52 

.59. 1,57. 158. 252 

17. .56. 185 

1, 128. 185 



66, 67. 185 

158 

64. 158 

64. 186 

46, 49, 58, 59, 159 

36, 186, 229 

1.59 

159 



101 

67, 186 

18, 19, 36, 180, 185 

17,33, 115,139, 159 

17, 33. 46, 144 

71, 186 

56, 159 

35, 46. 152 

56. 59, 159 
a5. 53, 159 



33, 115, 153 
77, 186 





92 


160 
143 




143. 


149 
1,86 


35 


43.77 


187 
143 




65 


160 



Hlebak. Kurt L. 
Hoag, Christine T. 
Hoag. Joseph W. 
Hochevar. Linda 
Hoffart. Linda M. 
Hofferl. Stephen F. 
Hofferl, Susan M. 
Hoffman. Kimberly S. 
Hogan. Pamela J. 
Hogrefe, Gordon R. 
Hogrefe. Steven J. 
Holcknecht. Richart 
Holley. Kimberly Y. 
Holmes. Tracv A. 
Hook, Hillary K. 
Horgan. Lisa A. 
Horn. Robert S. 
Horner. Kimberly J. 
Hornung. Justin M. 
Horvat. Charles D. 
Horvat. David J. 
Horvat, Douglas J. 
Howard. Nicole 
Howsare. Tracy 
Hradek, James W. 
Hnbar. James F. 
Hribar, John A. 
Hnbar. Mary 
Hribar. Michael A. 
Hromyko, Gregory W. 
Hromyko. Mary F. 
Hrvatin. Slacie A. 
Hubbard, Brenda K. 
Huber. John 
Huber, William 
Hudak. Michael F. 
Hudson. Andrea 
Hughes. Antonio 
Hufford. Douglas J. 
Hufnagle. Frank 
Hughes. Christopher A. 
Hughes. Randall S. 
Hughlett, Felicia 0. 
Hugley. Willie 
Hull. G. Edgar 
Hunt. Margaret A. 
Hunt. Ricky R. 
Hurney. Danetie. K. 
Hutcherson, Darlene 
Hutchins. Deborah A. 
Hutchinson. Robert D. 

laconianni, Peter 
lafelice. Joseph S. 
lafigliola. Joan 
lannicca. David J. 
lannicelli. Lisa A. 
Immke. Janet A. 
Immke. Jean A. 
Imrie, Keith 
Indiano. Vincent 
Insana. Dmo M, 





119. 


160 




32 


160 




69 


160 
160 




46 


160 




69 


160 


33. 46 


153 






187 






149 


4, 


105 


140 




69, 


160 


14, IJ 


,60, 


187 


49. 58. 59. 


116. 


160 
147 


42. 


132 


187 




49, 


187 
160 
187 




64, 


187 




105. 


153 
151 




60, 


187 




123, 


146 




132, 


140 


31.38. 


101. 


160 




46, 


111 




64, 


187 
142 
160 




67, 


160 




19, 


1,52 


35 


,79, 


187 



52, 101. 187 

123. 144 

93. 115. 139, 160 



17. 33. 187 
33. 160 
160, 188 



125, 179, 188 
67. 188 











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Pantalone are all smiles after the 
success of the Fall Plav. 



248 student Index 



Ivancic. Janet M. 
Ivaskovic, Ivan 
l:^quicrdo. Julia M. 
Izquicrdo, Maria A. 

Jablonski. Paul M, 
Jackson. Came L. 
Jackson. RobcrL L. 
Jacobs. Shari L. 
Jahnke, William E. 
Jakovlic. John J. 
Jakovlic. Thomas M. 
Jaksa. Sandra J. 
Jakubauskas. Gcdimina; 
Jambor, Jennifer S. 
Jambor. Lauren E. 
Jankowski. Diane 
Jaroscak. Jennifer J. 
Jaszkewicz. Michael D. 
Jaync, Jilianne M. 
Jazbec, Daniel J. 
Jeric. Deanna L. 
Jerkic. Bozana M. 
Jesberger. Jay M. 
Jividen. Ronald P 
Johnson. Camille I. 
Johnson. Charles A. 
Johnson. Cheryl L. 
Johnson, Dennis M. 
Johnson. Jacci D. 
Johnson. James A. 
Johnson. Perry J. 
Johnson. Richard A. 
Johnson. Thomas H. 
Joksimovich. Pelar 
Jones. Angela F. 
Jones, Charis.sc M. 
Jones. Harold L. 
Jones, Holly * 
Jones. Julia A. 
Jones. Louann 
Jones, Redon 
Jones. Sara L, 
Jones. Slacy G. 
Jones. Tamara D. 
Jordan. Lmda L. 
Journey. Kaihcnne A. 
Joyce, Marlene M. 
Jue. William T. 
Jules, Daniel K, 
Jules, Josie M. 
June, William J. 
JuraLovac. Donna 
Just. David E. 

Kacpcrski. Dcnisc J. 
Kacperski. Michelc A. 
Kacperski. Pamela J, 
Kamposek, Albin 
Kamposek. Ann M 
Kane. Christopher J. 
Kane. Mary 
Kanios. Gregory J. 
Karabinus. Phillip J. 
Kardcs. Faith S. 
Kastelic. John A 
Kaicher, David W. 
Katchcr, Robert V, 
Kaio. Stephen E- 
Kaucic. Richard J. 
Kausc. Kaihenne M. 
Kause. Kurt F. 
Kcay. Emcr.son A. 
Keene. Vickie R, 
Keenev, Ted J- 
Kchn. Patrick M. 
Keith, Lisa A. 
Kelly. Debra J. 
Kelly. Karmcn L. 
Kelly. Mary A. 
Kelly. Sheila F. 
Kellv, Walter R. 
Kempert. Michael R. 
Kempert. Scon L. 
Kcmpke. Deborah A. 
Kempke. Kristen L. 
Kcough. Patricia M. 
Kern;!, Susan E. 
Kibler. Khnsiian J. 
Kime. Brian J 
King. George R. 
King. Kathleen M. 
King. Mark J. 
King. Stephen 
King. Todd W. 
Kinkoff. Lisa M. 





146 


Kinkopf. Walter R. 
Kinslev. John R. 




153 


Kirehner. Daniel W 


70 


188 


Kirchner. Kenneth D. 
Ki.sh. Gu.s 




64 


Ki,=;h. Karen 


38 


160 


Klemencic, David M. 


70 


188 


Klimck, Robert 




160 


Klimek. Sandra T 


29 


188 


Knack. Karen C 


107 


145 


Knack. Steven R. 




IfiO 


Knapp. Jim R 


35 


148 


Knaus. Steven .1 


88 


160 


Knau.<;. Victor K. 


34. 35, ■46. 49 188, 


2.30 


Kobctil.'ieh. Michael 


31, .35, .38. 48. 49. 


160 


Koch. Su.si C- 




46 


Kocm. Gregg M. 


116. 137. 


160 


Koerig. Chri.stine 


132. 


147 


Koeslcr. Roberta ,J. 




188 


Kocstcr, Tracy M. 




160 


Kojan, Rick M 


67. 


188 


Kollar, Brian J. 




188 


Kollcda, Paul C. 


106. 


188 


Koman. Matthew A, 




147 


Koncar, Thoma.s A. 




140 


Konchan, Chri.stine A 




128 


Konchan. Joseph C. 


18. 19. 34. 35. 36. 


189 


Konchan. Thoma.'^; S, 




189 


Konct. Kenneth P. 


60.61. 


189 


Koratich. Denise M, 




142 


Kordich, Kenneth J. 
Koren. Jeffre.v J, 


101. 


189 


Ko.sic. Andrea R. 


17. 33. 


160 




70. 


160 





1. RR. 171. 170 



Kuemanir. John 
Kiicmanic. Jo.^eph 
Kuhar. Gregory M, 
Kuhar. Karen A 
Kuhar. Monica J, 
Kuhcn. Timothy A. 
Kumar. Raj.saree 
Kupfer. Elizabeth C. 

Labondano. Jame.v M. 
I.a Bondano. Ronald C. 
Lackner. Ernest J. 
La Fountainc. Timothy 
Lah. Jill 

Laidlaw. Sheila M, 
Lake. Christine M. 
Landrev. Bruce R, 
Lane. Craig R, 
Lane. Ivan M. 
Lang. Michael .1. 
Langan. Ann M. 
Lange. Michael G. 
Lanier. Gregory D, 
Lantz. Darnelie M. 
Lapuh. Alan F. 
Larkins. Janet M. 
Lalkow.ski. David 
Latkowski. Elizabeth 
Latsch. Norman H. 
Laughlin. Peggy A. 
Lauria. Angelina R. 
Lauria. Christina M. 
Lausm. Michael D. 



70. 


162 


56. 79. 


192 


35 


162 


26. .3.5 


192 


17. 32. .33 


162 



49 


59, 


162 


1 1 . .38. 52 


59 


1.50 




118, 


119 
143 




105, 


145 


14. 15 


43 


162 


67. 


1,53. 


162 
141 
140 


5 


60. 


192 
250 


68. 


171 


192 


17 


.33. 


162 




"Sign wars" became a common sight this year as spirited members of the 



. 111. 128. 144 
160 


Euclidian staff and Outdoor Club battled one another with good-natured 


insults. 


17. .32. .33. 1.50 


Here, the 4" art class all 


es 


itself with the Euclidian. 






183. 189 
















190. 225 


Kosir, Mark L. 






191 


Lavailey. Linda M. 




162 


.52, 64. 190 


Kasl. Amelia 




138 


161 


Lavalley. Lucy A. 




2. 113, 125. 192 


190 


Kost. Bonnie J. 






161 


Lawlcr. Kathy E. 




193 


110. 1.50 


Kost. Scott A, 






59 


Lawrence. Lisa L. 




162 


49. 160 


Kostan. Christopher J. 




105 


142 


Lawrence. Timothy J. 




162 




Kostcn. Erie R, 




17. 32. .33. 52 


190 


Lazanich. Michael T. 




193 


160 


Koucky. Julie A. 




67 


161 


Lcasure. Lisa L. 




67, 162 


101. 160 


Kovac. Maria M. 






161 


Leasure. Paul K- 




.35. 56, 67. 162 


68.81. 190 


Kovach. Jeffrey J, 




65 


191 


Lee. Calpurnia T. 






190 


Kowalkow.ski. Karen 






191 


Legan. Martin J. 




128, 162 


14. 160 


Kozlowski. Alan 






65 


Lehmann. Vincent F. 




141 


38. 46. 160 


Kracheck. Dawn M. 






140 


Lcibnilzer. Lisa 




35. 152 


190 


Krancc. Donald M. 




52.82 


191 


Leinweber. Gary A. 




162 




Krawczvszyn, Jill A. 


18. 


19. 31.. 36. 171 


191 


Leonard. James M 




149 


1.50 


Krcal. Robert J, 




65 


161 


Leonard. Susan M. 




17, 33, 162 


190 


Krcan. Lisa A. 




171 


191 


Leonhardt. David J. 




107, 162 


.35. 142 


Krenisky. Michele L, 






191 


Le Quyea. Patrick 




132 


60. 61. 160 


Kri.stoff. Matthew 




17.32.33 


140 


Lesnick. Ronald 




35, 150 




Kro. John 






191 


Letcher. Lisa A. 


5,3 


35, 36, 170, 193 


49. 68 


Korfcheck. Jeffrey A. 






140 


Lewin. Linda G. 32. .35 


39.46,77,82, 


116,117.181.193 


64. 190 


Krofcheck. Yvonne M. 




49 


161 


Lexa. Keith W. 




162. 251 


1,58. 160 


Kronik. Joseph E. 






147 


Leyda. John P. 




110. 193 


209 


Kronik, Joycelee 




46. 47 


191 


Liggett. Angela R. 




59. 146 


.35. 1.50 


Kubik. Gayle S. 




28. 36. 192 


228 


Lilley. Pauline M. 




69. 162 


105. 146 


Kubik. Glenn A. 




18, 19. 105 


152 


Lima, Anna S. 


25. 


49. 170. 182. 193 




Kueera. Donald M. 




50 


183 


Linderman, Scott L. 




142. 182 


35, 142 


Kucera. Michael J. 




56. 57. 58. 59 


161 


Lindic. Timothy J. 




153 


35 


Kucinski. David G. 






192 


Lisac. Nadine 




43. 46. 49. 163 



Student Index 249 



Lisac, Simone M. 
Litwinowicz, Christine 
Lloyd, Frances M. 
Lloyd. Robert W. 
Locke. Heidie L. 
Lockhart. Karen J. 
Lograsso, Thomas M. 
Lonchar, Audrey M. 
Lonchar, Patrick 
Lonchor, Lisa A. 
Longslreth. Lawrence A. 
Look, Heidi C. 
Loparo. Carla D. 
Lorence, Diana M. 
Love John A. 
Love, Mark A. 
Love. Michael W. 
Lucas. Lynda M. 
Lucci, Deena M. 
Ludvik, Judy A. 
Ludvik, Karin M. 
Ludwig, Jeanne 
Lusky, Laura J. 
Luther. Christine A. 
Luther, Kenneth L. 
Lutton-Bey. Shanton 
Lynch, Patricia. M. 
Lyon. James T. 
Lyon. Terry T. 
Lyon, Victoria C. 

Mabe, Robert S. 
Mabel, Howard W. 
Maciejauskas. Victor R. 
Mackel. Allen D. 
Mackell. Diana L. 
Magas. William C. 
Mahovlic. Keith E. 
Mains. Craig S. 
Maio, Monica M. 
Maire, WiUiam 
Maitland. Scott C. 
Majers, Jacqueline 
Malaney, Gregory A. 
Maldonado, Joelle K. 
Malinowski, Karen A. 
Malone. Cynthia A. 
Mansperger. Joel D. 
Marando. Karen J. 
Marando, Thomas J. 
Maranville. Carole M. 
Marchesano, Jackie A. 
Marchesano, Michelle M. 
Marett. Diana L. 
Marett, Martha A. 
Markiewicz, Michael 
Maroli, Joseph M. 
MaroU, Norman 
Morrott. Lisa C. 
Marschall, Joseph G. 
Martens, Kathryn L. 
Martens, Michael A. 
Martm, Denise M. 
Martin. Erik H. 
Martin, Ronald A. 
Martin. Victor J. 
Martorello, Michelle R. 
Marvin. David W. 
Masera. Bruna 
Mason, Elizabeth A. 
Massaro, Dma L. 
Massaro. Philip A. 
Mast. Jane B. 
Mast. Jill M. 
Mataraza, James E. 
Mathies, Amanda R. 
Matic. Nina S. 
Matras. Maureen E. 
Mat£ko. David R. 
Matthews, Bruce D. 
Matthews, Michael N. 
Mattson. Heather J. 
Mauldm. Denise 
Mauser, WiUiam J. 
Maxwell. Randall C. 
Mayerhofer. Janet M. 
Mayle, Michelle T. 
Mays. Timothy 
Mazzaro. Russell C, 
Mc Arthur. Beth A. 
Mc Arthur, Melanie M. 
Mc Catlion. Michael J. 
Mc Cance, Gordon H. 
Mc Carty. David J. 
Mc Chancy. M Melanie 
Mc Court, Nancy J. 



46, 49 


193 


Mc Crary, Terrance L. 








Mc Creary. Robert W. 






163 


Mc CuUough. Kelly J. 






163 


Mc Elwain. Joseph 




77 


193 


Mc Gill, Denise 


35, 113 


179 


198 


Mc Graw, Daryl E. 






141 


Mc Graw. J. Paul 


46. 181 


193 


238 


Mc Inally, Avril 






151 


Mc Kain. Dusty A. 






193 


Mc Kain, Misty A. 




128 


163 


Mc Kain. Wendy A. 




35 


144 


Mc Knight. Michael T. 


111 


126 


140 


Mc Knight, Michelle L. 






193 


Mc Laughlin, Kate M. 






147 


Mc Laughlin, Kelly A. 
Mc Laughlm, Michael R 
Mc Lean, Blair A. 




111 


193 


Mc Loughlin. Timothy 


83 


137 


163 


Mc Namara, Richard J. 






35 


Mc Nelis. Anne 


67 


163 


193 


Mc Swain. Angela 






193 


Mechle. Herman 






194 


Medley, Mark R. 




35 


150 


Medved, Jadranka M. 






194 


Medves. Caroline M. 






163 


Meir, Richard A. 




68 


163 


Menart, Michael J. 




48 


163 


Menhart. Michael J. 






152 


Meria, Vida M. 






194 


Mersnik, Allison D, 
Metz, Kimberly K. 
Metzger, Victoria L. 




52 


194 


Mews, Karl 




128 


146 
144 
163 


ipmnnm 






194 


^fwAlvipi^ 




100 


101 
194 
163 
163 


i 




65 


163 


>w 


11, 59 


148 


150 
163 


jf^^^^y' 






163 


j|^^P^>^K^ 


67 


171 


194 


KB- ' ^^ 



143, 252 
163,64 
116, 195 

101, 128, 163 
70, 163 
67, 195 



163 

143 

68. 116, 163 

137, 164 

14.79 

29. 110, 128, 196 



17, 32, 33. 128. 174. 194 



131. 142 

131. 163 

35, 77. 163 

194 

163 

194 

1. 23. 46. 144 

17. 32. ,33, 163 

24. 194 

101. 163 

4. 46. 163 

64. 163 

68, 163 

163 

70, 71, 194, 202 

64. 163 

38, 61, 163 

18, 19, 116. 137. 194 

195 

77 



"14 .-4 



■■JA 



Angelina Lauria and Rachelle Mirtic are 
happy to find Rich Myers under their 
Christmas tree. 





65 


163 




71 


195 
146 
163 


17.33 


48 


163 


67. 


138 


163 
195 
149 




131 


163 


65. 


106 


195 


17 


33 


195 


17.33 


41 


163 



Meyers. John C. 
Midolo. Jill E. 
Midolo. Salvatore J. 
Mlhalick. Michael B. 
Mihelcic. Alice S, 
Mihelcic. Janice M. 
Mihelich, Renee T. 
Mihelich, Richard A. 
Miklavcic, John P. 
Miklavcic, Patricia L. 
Miklaucic, Ronald J. 
Miklos, Mark J. 
Mikovic, Mary Beth 
Mihcevic. Miroslav 
Miller, George F. 
Miller, Gwendolyn S. 
Miller. Kenneth L. 
Miller. Lorraine A. 
Miller. Michael D. 
Miller. Pamela 
Miller, Stanley R. 
Miller. Susan M. 
Miller. Vicki L. 
MUler, Yvonne M. 
Millhof, Lance R. 
Millhof, Sharon R. 
Minardo, Joseph M, 
Minerd. Mia A. 



138, 148. 164 
35, 77, 164 
35, 183, 196 



1. 22. 23. 35. 36. 46. 196 
119, 196 



143 

119. 196 

69. 196 

107, 152 

12. 132. 164 

144 



68. 137. 196 

5, 70, 71. 196 

17. 33, 164 



Minissale, John A. 
Minissale. Joseph S. 
Mintz. Rhonda M. 
Mirtic. Rachelle M. 
Mita, Barry C. 
Mita. Brian T. 
Mitch. James K. 
Mochan, James 
Mochan, Michael P. 
Modic, Mary A. 
Mohline. David T. 
Mohonch. PhiUip A. 
Molesky. Edward 
Motnar. Wayne P. 
Mooney. Suellyn G. 
Moore. Charlene 
Moore. Jacques V. 
Moore. Tina M. 
Morek, Dennis D. 
Morek. Steven M, 
Morgan, David J. 
Morgan, Destiny R. 
Moriarty. Kelley A. 
Morkunas. Andrew M. 
Morris. James A. 
Morris, Laura A. 
Morris. Rosemary E. 
Morrow. Stephen E. 
Morse. Lisa S. 
Moser, Diane L. 
Moses. James L. 
Moster. Daniel P. 
Moster, Terri L. 
Motuza. John J. 
Mramer. Melanie L. 
Mueller. Ronald W. 
Muir. Richard D. 
Mujic. Mirko 
Mullen, Thomas C. 
MuUins, Daniel 
Mulraney, Albert J. 
Mulraney. Paula L. 
Mulvinas. Harriet 
Munford. Andrew A. 
Munford. Darliene L. 
Munici, Kimberley A. 
Murphy, Laura A. 
Murray, John A, 
Murray, Michael R. 
Murray. Michelle A. 
Musick, Daryl A. 
Mzik. David'P. 

Nachtigal. William A. 
Nacinovich, Daniela 
Nacinovich. Roberto O. 
Naglic, Anne M. 
Naglic. Anthony V. 
Nagode. Richard W. 
Nebe. Scott C. 
Nemec, Darwin 
Nemecek. Amy J. 
Nemeth. James J. 
Nenadovjc. Roman 
Neumann, Sandra B. 
Newell. Evelyn M. 
Newell. Gerri A. 
Newell, Thomas 
Niccum. Janet L. 
Nichting. Danielle A. 
Nickel. Therese A. 
Nieves, Luis P. 
Nolan. Suzanne M. 
Norred. Frederick J. 
Norton. Kellie A. 
Norton, Kimberly S. 
Nosse. Leonard F. 
Novak, Kimberly A. 
Novotney. Claudia C. 
Novotney. Donald J. 
Nowac, Robert J. 
Nunnally, Michael F. 
Nurmi. Shirleen L. 

Oberaitis. Terri L. 
Oberle. Brian J. 
Bnen Daniel S. 
O Bnen, Kathleen A. 
O'Brien Patrick C. 
Bnen. Stephen K. 
Ochoa, Riza R. 
Ochoa. Shirley M. 
Donnell. Daniel J. 
Donnell, Mark J. 
Donnell. Noreen T. 
Donnell. Timothy L. 



64. 1G4 

175. 197 

197 

131. 142 

67, 167 

150 

35. 197 

164 

150 

116. 164 

67, 197 

67. 164 

6 

38. 101. 164 

1. 152 

17, 33. 39. 53. 197 

35. 38, 141 

2. 17. 27. 33. 48. 52. 197 



128.164 

9, 56. 59 

61.164 

197 

38. 143 

65. 153, 164 

65. 197 

197 

42, 197 

164 

17, 33. 64. 164 



35. 77. 144 
164 
28. 53. 198 
31, 171. 198 
31. 64, 198 
147. 252 

5. 164 

123. 147 

70 

132. 153 

70. 198 
198 

164 
35, ill, 128. 151. 153 





17 


33 


198 






19 


150 




43.49 


77 


164 


38 


101. 102. 


103 


164 
142 
148 






35 


198 






35. 


164 



250 Student Index 



Offertc. Joan L. 

Ogorek. John M. 

Ogrinc. Amy M. 

Hannon. Traci L. 

Oldenhurgh. Gary M. 

Olson, Paul J. 

Neal, David R. 

Neill, Joseph C. 

Neill. Karon M. 

Neill. Timothy B. 

Onyski, Jayne L. 

Opacich. George P. 

Orazem. Louis M, 

Orosz. Joseph 

Oroz, Vlalko 

Osborne. Lisa M. 

Oshaben. Russell J. 

Ospelt. Kenneth A. 92. 93. 115, 

Ostrom. Stephen C. 

Otcasek. Carol L. 26. 31. rK. 36, 46. 49. 

Toole. Michael P. 

Overberger, Daniel D. 

Overholt. Kimberly A. 

Owen. Robert K. 

Oyaski. Joseph T. 



Paciorek. Ronald R. 
Paciorek. Steven M. 
Paige Robert 
Paige, Tylynnc 
Palinkas, Kathleen A. 
Pallante. Paul 
Palmer. James F. 
Palmer. Su.san M, 
Palumbo. Robert L. 
Palumbo. Tina M. 
Pantages. Matthew T. 
Pantalone. P. Sam 
Paparizos. Michael 
Papo. Angelina A. 
Papotta. Cynthie L. 
Papouras, Anna C. 
Papouras, Constance 
Papouras, Diane T. 
Papouras, William T. 
Pappalardo. Thomas A 
Pappas, Thomas C. 
Paradiso. Pamela J. 
Parisi, Monica M. 
Parker, April D. 
Parker, Cynthia M. 
Parker, Darren D. 
Parker, Julie A. 
Parker, Reeve J. 
Parkinson, David A. 
Parsons, Jimmie M. 
Parsons, John W. 
Parsons, Keith A. 
Parziale, Michael R. 
Pate, Dean A. 
Patel, Rita 

Patel, Urvashiben, D. 
Patel, Vyanktesh B. 
Patterson, Nancy L. 
Paulin, Marilyn S. 



17. 33. 140 
lO.'i. 128 
49. 199 
35. 144 
9 
105. 1.53 



119. 139. 164 

154. 164 

170. 199, 248 



128, 165 

152 

60, 199 

199 

68. 165 

79. 199 

17. ,^3. 165. 248 

106 

153 



165 

18. 19. 36. .38. 46. 49. 165. 228 

36. 49. 165 

52. 106. 199 

31. 101. 199 



Phillips. Marc R. 
Phillips. Pammi J. 
Phillips. Renee E, 
Phillips. Richard E. 
Phomma-Vichit, Norkeo 
Phillips, Richard E, 
Picciano, Joanne R. 
Pickel. Betsy J. 
Picozzi, Joseph M, 
Pinkava, Pollymara A. 
Piper, James M. 
Pirchncr, Ravmone 0. 
Pirsil, Trish D. 
Piunno. Carmclle M. 
Piatt, Diane P. 
Piatt, William L. 
Plavcan, Patricia M. 
Plcsko, Joseph A, 
Plcvelich. John P. 
Plcvehch. Linda M, 
Pluta. Andrea D. 
Pockar, Monica M- 18. 
Poklar. James E. 
Policy. Brian M. 
Ponsart. Allen E. 
Ponsart. Dale A. 
Poplslein. David J. 
Poplstein. Michael A. 
Popovic. Christine 
Porten, Thomas V, 
Porz, Donald W, 



"And if I pull this switch, Mr. 
Lombardo's office blows up!" Keith Lexa 
was part of the light crew at the Fall 
Play. 



68. 141. 200, 
19, ,36, 1,37, 171, 200, 201, 



Pav 



. Julie S. 



Pavlina, Paul C. 
Pavlovich, Maria A, 
Pavlovski, Barbara L. 
Pavlovski, Robert E. 
Payne. Anthony C. 
Payne. Donald B. 
Peavey, Karyn R. 
Peck, Mindy J. 
Pekarcik, Frank J. 
Penicka, Debra L. 
Penko. Linda A, 
Penny. James W. 
Penney. Jeffrey 
Penny. Vincent 
Perdan. Phillip A. 
Perdan. Suzanne 
Perdue, William A. 
Perme, Daniel M. 
Perna, Lori A. 
Perovsek. Anthony G. 
Perovsek, Lynnel L. 
Perovshek, Carol A. 
Perusek, Thomas J, 
Peterson, Michael E. 
Peterson, Robert K. 
Peterson, Rudolph M. 
Petnck, Gary A. 
Pevec, Robert A. 
Pfleger, Mark P. 
Pfriem, Karen G. 





131, 200, 207 


ShH^ 




119, 122, 165 






200 


■■HBI^ 




166 






107. 142 


lB|||^^^r ft^^MB 




67. 200. 201 


^""^^^mB^HI 




152 


^^^■^^^^^H 




53. 201 


^^H^^^^^^m 




67. 166 , 


w^^^^^^^^^^ 




1. 1.52 

F 


'orz, Kenneth A. 




101. 166 F 


•olokar, Wendy A. ^ 




166 F 
F 


'ovirk, Thomas 
'owaski, Andrew R. 




F 


'owell, Anthony D, 




43. 200. 201 F 
F 


•owell, Laura A. 
'owell, Thomas P. 




47. 166 F 


'raskavich, Janet E. 




148 F 


'red, Laura K. 




147 p 


resley, Elisha L. 




209 p 


rice, Matthew R. 




17. .33. 166 p 


ritchard, Lynn M. 


29, 106, 


181. 200. 201 p 


ritchard, Saundra Beth 




128. 148 p 


urccll, Tere.sa G. 




30, 166 p 


urnell, Frank M. 




146 






166 R 


abbitts, Torrance W. 




200, 201 R 


ace. Adam 




152 R 


adatz. Damn K. 


18 


, 19, 141, 151 R 


adisek, Maryann 




144 R 


affaele. Antonio 


17 


, 33, 149, 166 R 


ae, Ian C. 




166 R 


aguz, Ivan 




166 R 


aguz, Stanislav 




200. 201 R 


ahija, John A. 




128. 143 R 


aicevich. Amv M. 


67, 


200, 201, 202 R 


all. Donna M. 




53, 200, 201 R 


amunas. Paul L. 




110. 128, 166 

35, 38, 49. 59, 113, 137, 138. 166 

5. 101. 171 

17. 32. .13, 128, 166 

150 

69, 201 

106, 201 

.35, 47, 143 



166 

,35, 123, 150 
42, 154, 166 
65, 77, 201 
46, 49, 166 



Ramunas, Vilija T. 
Rasmu.sen. Curt C. 
Rattini, Linda D. 
Rallini, Vincenl J 
Rawlings, Kimberly S. 
Ray, Kathleen A, 
Razayeski, Dennis M. 
Rcho, Rodney P. 
Rcichert, Kcllie A. 
Reid, Deborah L. 
Reider, Susan L. 
Reiman, Suzanne K. 
Rcinbrecht, Claudia C. 
Reinbrechl, Theodore R. 
Reinke, Su.san E. 
Rembert. Wanda D. 
Remberl, Willie E. 
Reminick. Jill E. 
Reminick. Karen M. 
Rendina. A. Michael 
Reno. Amy K. 
Renshaw. Richard 
Rcschke. Derrick 
Rcsnik. Paul S. 
Reynolds. Dandrick L. 
Rhamy. Daniel J. 
Rhone. Lisa M. 
Rice. Parris A. 
Richards. Matthew 
Richardson. Jack R, 
Richardson. Marvin R. 
Riczinger, Susan E. 
Riedel. Donna M. 
Rinderle. Robert M. 
Ritchie. Kathleen M. 
Rizzo. Robin A. 
Roberts. Cheryl M. 
Roberts. David A. 
Roberts. Kimberly A. 
Robertson. Tina M. 
Robertson. Vicky L. 
Robmette. Cynthia R. 
Robinson, David J. 
Robinson, Dean A. 
Rodgers, Jesse 
Roeder, Randy 
Rocder, Richard 
Roessler, Diane M. 
Rogers. William J. 
Rohlkc, Richard R. 
Rojeck, David J. 
Rohk, Diane F. 
Roper, Susan M. 
Rose, Douglas R. 
Rose, Jacqueline L. 
Rose, Phillip J. 
Rose, Scott A, 
Ro.seboro, Leslie 
Ross, Bryan R. 
Ro.ss John A. 
Ross, John M. 
Rossi, James 
Rossman, Pamela D. 
Rossmann, Carolyn M. 
Rostankowski, Vena M. 
Rowman, Lisa J. 
Rowan, Pamela M. 
Rowland, Lawrence T. 
Rovster, Michael T. 
Rozic, Richard C. 
Rozum, Carole L. 
Rudiak, Richard R. 
Rupcic, Anthony T, 
Rupcic, Kathy D. 
Rupp, Robert E. 
Rush, Wilbert L. 
Rutkowski, Geraldine F. 
Ruzich, David J. 
Rymarczyk, Dennis 

Sanj, Frank D. 
Sajn, Jon M. 
Salamone, James V. 
Saletnk, Laura J. 
Salopek, Peter 
Salter, Randolph H. 
Samuel. Julie A. 
Sandor. Colleen C. 
Sanford. L. Scott 
Sangston. Dawn 
Sansavera. Kenneth B. 
Santon. Edward H. 
Santoriella. Joseph M. 
Sapatka, Carole A, 
Saracevic. Aida S. 
Sari. George M. 



17. 33. 201 

17. 33. 78, 201 

110, 128, 166 

201 

67, 201 

141 

70, 166 

5, 201 

69. 125. 179. 201 

67. 201 

78. 166 

64. 166 

14. 42. 46. 159. 167 



4. 35. 105. 128 
17. .33 



70. 125. 167 
39. 60. 77 



67. 101. 103. 128. 167 



147 

14. 69. 202 

67. 167 

202 
47, 152 

147 



202 
128, 140 



. 36, .37. 101. 171. 193. 202 
128. 167 
111, 167 

33. 144 
49. 167 
107. 167 

65. 79. 202 
35. 126, 4. 147 

167 

202 

65 

202 

70, 167 

113, 202 

167 

167 

149 

101, 167 

128. 148 

107, 167 

170, 177, 202 

202 

167 

66. 67, 202 









187 






65, 


167 
202 


., 17, .33, 


,38, 


115, 


141 
202 
167 
202 






67, 


202 




101, 


131, 


167 
202 






105, 


145 




4!; 


), 69, 


203 


5, 


49, 


203, 


248 






138. 


140 



Student Index 251 



Sas. Joseph M. 
Sas, Julie A. 
Satava, Scott R. 
Sauerman. Janice K. 
Savage. Jean M. 
Savage, William J. 
Savino. Mark N. 
Sawyer, Megan R. 
Scaife, Timothy 
Scaletta. William R. 
Schaefer, Michael A. 
Schaefer. Teresa M. 
Schafer, Richard C. 
Schauer. Daniel M. 
Schauer. John R. 
Schauer. Patricia A. 
Scheid. Denise M. 
Scheid. Michelle L. 
Schemhre, Victor A. 
Scherbarlh. Robyn A. 
Schieman. Sandra L. 
Schiffbauer. Michael C. 
Schimmels. Vicki L. 
Schmeling. Dawn M. 
Schmeltzer. Ken 
Schmidt. Karen R. 
Schneider, Janet L. 
Schneider. Kurt R. 
Schneider. Warren M. 
Schoeniger, Robert G. 
Schonauer. Kimberly A. 
Schrock, Lori A. 
Schrock. Todd H. 
Schroeder. Charles 



no, 128, 203 
111, 126, 140 



203 
70. 77. 167 



38, 46, 137. 167 
97. 167 



31,36. 43. 203 



Shea, Laurie A. 
Sheehan, Michael J. 
Shei, Linda C. 
Shelton. Brian 
Shimonek, Nancy M. 
Shoenberger. Joseph 
Shook. Kristine A. 
Shultz. Richard 
Shutty, Marcia A. 
Sidhu, Margie K. 
Sidhu. Susan K. 
Siemen. Ren'ee C. 
Sikora. Laura A. 
Sim. Karen 
Simek. Barbara J. 
Simicak. Ingrid 
Simicevic, Silvana 
Simmons. Sheila A. 
Simon. Deborah E. 
Simon. Kevin R. 
Simon. Mindy F. 
Simpson, Michael R. 
Sirk. Kimberly 
Sivillo, Monica M. 
Skebe. Michael E. 
Skiljan. David R. 
Skiljan. Scott A. 
Skodnik. Tina 
Skora. Michelle 
Skora. Walter J. 
Slat, Zrmka K. 
Slavkovsky, Thomas 
Slusser. Thomas E. 
Smiddy. Alteria M. 



46. 56. 

27. .35. 56. 

39.46. 47.52. 82. 171. 176. 

17. 33, 125. 



167 

101. 128. 204 

38. HI 

52. 204 

no. 128. 144 

68. 204 




Mike "J.R." Guarino teams up with Kelly McCullogh, Michelle Murray, and Jeff 
Dauer for a little cafeteria fun. 



Schroeder. Kenneth 






Smiddy. Aivin W. 


Schuenemann. Sarah L. 




147 


Smith, Bryan S, 


SchuRz. Carolyn G. 




167 


Smith, Ch'anti A. 


Schultz. Heidi M. 


69 


203 


Smith, Cheri L. 


Schultz. Janet C. 




167 


Smith, Cheryl L. 


Schultz. Paul J. 




167 


Smith, Janet 


Schultz. William J. 




203 


Smith, Jessica L. 


Schulz. Brian R. 


71 


203 


Smith, Julia A. 


Schulz, Erich M. 


142 


150 


Smith. Kenneth D, 


Schulz, Karen L. 


137 


167 


Smith. Kent K. 


Schulz. Karen M. 


&7 


167 


Smith. Lezlie R, 


Schussler, Michael L. 




142 


Smith. Lisa M. 


Schwartz. Frederick S. 




48 


Smith, Michael E. 


Schwartz, Jennifer R. 


111 


153 


Smith, Nancy A. 


Schwenner. Patricia A. 




203 


Smith. Patricia A. 


Scott. Linda L. 




167 


Smith, Robert W. 


SeguHn, William 




141 


Smith, Stephen L. 


Seidel. Lorraine 


69 


203 


Smith, Thomas J. 


Sekerak. Susan L. 


46 


151 


Smith, William T. 


Seleman, John S. 




203 


Smoot, Robin R. 


Sellers. Lisa M. 


,3.5. 38. 125 


167 


Snook. Diane L, 


Selvaggio, Nicholas A. 


17, 32, 33, 200 


203 


Snyder, Edward M 


Selway. Janene M. 


2, 28, .35, 36, 49. 113 


203 


Snyder, Laura A. 


Senger. Kandice M- 




1,53 


Snyder. Pamela E. 


Serafin. Judith A. 




150 


Sobecki, Christine 


Sergent. Douglas R- 




142 


Sobecki, Denise M. 


Sergent. Keith C. 




264 


Son, Shelley M. 


Seward. Robert R. 






Sopko. Dennis M. 


Sezun. Sara S. 


56 


150 


Sopko. Gregory F. 


Shaffer, Kathleen M. 




142 


Sotka. Kimberly A 


Shanklin. Anthony L. 






Spanjol. Andrea 



29. 37. 101. 204 

18. 19. 151 

70.71 

17. 137, 204 



65. 168 

60. 205 

150 



Spaur. Barbara E. 
Speck, Mark G. 
Speer, James D, 
Spehar. Marvin A. 
Spence, Paul D. 
Spencer. Jeffery G. 
Speroff, Robin M, 
Spooner. Catherine A. 
Springer, Jeffrey P. 
Springer. Lon L. 
Stack. Anthony P. 
Standish. Christopher M. 
Stanicki. Jeffrey W, 
Stanisa, Mariam 
Stanke. Frank C. 
Starman. Joseph E. 
Starr. William A. 
Starznaski. Charles F. 
Steele, Amy S. 
Steele. Beth A. 
Stefanik. Danielle A. 
Steffas, James G. 
Stegh. Michael A. 
Stephens. John D. 
Stephens. Susan E. 
Stermole. Richard A. 
Sterrick. Rhonda E. 
Stevens. Daniel S. 
Stevko. Judith L. 
Stewart. Henry I. 
Stewart. Kimberly L. 
Stewart. Regina D. 
Stewart, Samuel S. 
Stibinger, Margaret L. 
Stipkovich. Brian D. 
Stokes. John T. 
Stokes. Steven D. 
Stoudemire. John B. 
Stout. Barbara A. 
Stragisher, Jane L. 
Strah. Richard J. 
Strell. David A. 
Strle. Bernadette E. 
Strle. Elizabeth S. 
Stroberg. Edward A. 
Strohmyer, Frank B. 
Strong. Kevin M. 
Slrowder. Jimmie C. 
Struna. Janet A. 
Struna. Marilyn L. 
Struna, Rosemary L. 
Stumpf, Anthony R. 
Suchevits, Mark 
Sugar, Mira F. 
Sulic. Vesna 
Sulic. Zeljka 
Suponcic. Ronald 
Suponcic. Susan J. 
Surh. Miyung 
Surovy, Marianne 
Suttle. Joyce E. 
Svigel. Peter A. 
Swider. Carol L. 
Swider. Mary E. 
Swift, Rebecca A. 
Swihart. Darrin E. 
Switzler, Patrick J. 
Swyt, Wendy A. 
Syracuse. Anthony J. 
Szalay. Sharon M. 
Szalay. Timothy J. 
Szmania. Michael J. 
Szpak. Scott M. 
Szukalski. Christine A. 
Szukalski. Diane M. 

Tally. Katherine A. 
Tanner. Jeffrey A. 
Tavano. Rebecca L. 
Taylor. Christopher C. 
Taylor. Deborah A. 
Taylor. Jennifer A. 
Taylor. Kelly L. 
Taylor. Laurie A. 
Taylor. Tracie L. 
Taylor. Wesley B. 
Taylor, Yolanda C, 
Tekanic. Jeffrey D. 
Templar. Gregory W. 
Templar. Lisa A." 
Templar. Susan 
Tepley. Edward J. 
Terzano. Dante J. 
Testa. Christina Z. 
Testa. Joseph A. 
Theodore. Scott P. 
Theodosion. John N. 
Thomas. Edward A. 
Thomas, George M. 



17. 33. 46. 137. 165 

29. 36, 57. 59. 178. 205. 246 

.35, 101. 171. 205 

17. 143. 144 

70.205 

56. 141 

49. 151 



1. 17.23. 36.205 



, 14. 36. 43. 49. 56. .59. 205 



4S 


. 72 


16.8 


36. 


178 


205 




.35 


1.5- 




131 


2a5 


17.33. 115. 


139. 


168 




67 


168 




.15 


168 


18 


. 19. 


168 
168 


17. 


128. 


1.52 



51. 77. 168 
67. 147. 205 



2. 113. 205 
20,5. 206 
126. 153 



, 36, 37, 178, 205, 215 

49,56, 113, 125, 168 

46, 49, 161, 168 



205 

152 

49. 152 

17. 33 

31. 171. 205 

46. 49. 161. 168 

140 



11. 46, 68, ai5 



168 

18, 19, 35. 36. 205. 253 

38. 53. 115. 150 

35. 49 

61, 143 

14, 69, 168 

17, 32, 39, 77, 206 

35 

17. 32. 33. 128. 141 



17.33. no. 128, 140 



70, 168 

206 

no, 206 

132, 168 
64. 206 
59. 168 



252 Student Index 



Thomas. Teri L. 
Thome. Brenda D. 
Thompson. Carl E. 
Thompson. John P. 
Thompson, Kelly A. 
Thompson. Lawrence G. 
Thornton. Bonnie A. 
Thornton. Paul R. 
Tianello, Kimberly A. 
Tice, Raymond H. 17, 

Tice. Sharon E. 
Tichenor, Tammy J. 
Tiittanen. Jari U. 
Tilly. Renee A. 
Tmelii. Linda S. 
Tirabassi, Mina M. 
Tobolewski. Andrew T. 
Tomaselli. Kenneth 
Tomcany. Richard M. 
Tomic. Bob A. 
Tomoletz, Joseph L. 
Tomorowiiz. John J. 
Tonni, Lauren D. 
Torer. Carolyn S. 
Torer, Norene K. 
Totarella, Peter J. 
Toth, David G. 
Toth. Wilham N. 
Tousel. Lisa I. 
Tran, Thanh 
Trbovich, Kimberly A. 
Trebec, Kim E. 
Trebec. Lon 
Tressler. Gary A. 
Trevarthen, Carol L. 
Troha. Leo J. 
Troyanovich, Joseph A. 
Tucci, Adam J. 
Tucci. David A. 
Turk, Kimberly R. 
Turk. Vicki A. 
Turkalj. Ratko 
Turner. Sherrie A. 
Turner. Susan M. 
Turner. William P. 
Twoey, Michele D. 

Ubic, Monica A. 
Ubl. Thomas M. 
Ucic, Michael J. 
Udovic. Maria 
Ukmar. Alexandra 
Ukmar. Kathehne 
Unick, Suzanne J. 
Urbas. Leslie A. 
Urbas. Mark S. 
Urdzik. David P. 
Ussai. Mark A. 

Valencic, Anthony F. 
Valenti. Nina V. 
Valentine. Janme M. 
Vance. Robert B. 
Vandemotter, Christopher J. 
Vandeveer. Eileen J. 
Vandevender. Jeffrey A. 
Vegel. Stephen 
Velkos, Thomas 
Vella, Linda 
Vella. Michael, 
Vendeland. Bryan L. 
Ventura. Valerie A. 
Vernon. Craig S. 
Vernon. Thomas R. 
Vihtelic, Karen P. 
Vihtelic. Lisa M. 
Vinkovic, Jasna 
Virl, Timothy 
Visci. Craig L. 
Visiocky. Joseph S. 
Vitantonio, Michael 
Vohnout, Jeffrey J. 
Vohnout. Joseph J. 
Volante. Susan M. 
Vorlicek. Raymond P. 
Vuyancih. Michael J. 
Vuyancih, Patrick J. 

Wachhaus. Susan J. 
Wagner. Darrin N. 
Wagner. Karin L. 
Wagner, Laura K. 
Wagner, Robert K. 
Walch, Alan E. 
Walczak. Christine A. 
Walker, Adrienne R. 
Walker. Valinda K. 
Wallace, Kenneth 
Wallace. Scott L. 



67. 168 Walls, Charles R. 


207 


Walls, Terry J. 


142 


206 Walsh, Carol L. 


207 


168 Walsh, Mary E. 


169 


153 Walsh, Sheila M, 


169 


Waltermire Elizabelh A. 


5. 14. 33, 36, 37, 207 


35, 168 Walters, Jonathan P. 


110, 169 


42, 64. 206 Wamscr. Ronald R. 


207 


68, 168 Wandersleben. Betsy A. 


35, 46, 169 


57, .59. 200. 206 Wandersleben, Tracey J. 


3,5, 46, 49. 126. 142 


17, 33, 59, 168 Ward. Aubrev Q. 


92, 128. 162. 169 


35. 49. 168 Ward. Larry F. 


141 


131 Wardeiner. Mark R. 


56. 106. 128. 169 


144 Ware. Passion 


169 


68. 168 Ware. Patrice L. 


169 


111. 144 Warman. Cheryl L. 


202. 208 


144 Waterman. Beth K. 


46, 146 


Waters. Glenn T, 


52, 64, 208 


105. 149 Watkins. Melanice C. 


67, 169 


206 Watral, Carol A. 


38. 115, 140 


123, 141, 143 Watros. Michele R. 


35, 49, 169 


65. 206 Webb. John A. 


169 


152 Weber. George J. 




168 Weindel, Kathryn A. 




. 206 Weiserl, George V. 


79, 108 


78, 168 Weissfuss. John A, 


65 


206 Wells. Curtis L. 


169 


168 Wells. Randy D. 




9. 168 Wendel, F^ed John 


65, 208 


78. 79 Werle. Arthur 


64, 169 


206 Wesley, Everett T. 


101, 128, 189 


70, 77. 168 West. Deborah A. 


208 


35. 168 Westover. Jeffrey W. 


2. 17. 56, 78, 208 


110.128.141 Westover. Kevin W. 


140 


35, 38. ,59, 150 Wheatlev, Andrew L. 


1 


5. 168 Whelan, Michael D, 


208 


White, Donna J. 


150 


144 White, Leroy 


149 


128. 206 White, Tammy M. 




141 Wiegand, Rebecca L. 


67, 208 


146 Wieszalski. Bruce J. 




146 




147 


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69, 169 


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146 


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145 


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35. 153 


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52. 206 


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143 


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206 


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5. 31, 170 


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153, 170. 207 


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31, 35, 36, 178, 


207 


17, 33, 68, 


207 




207 


106, 131, 


151 




169 




150 




207 


106, 


169 




146 




169 


67. 


207 


110, 


142 




169 




41 


46, 56. 


141 


18, 19 




65 


90. 


149 


17,33, 


169 


33, 


207 



, 46, 169 

42, 169 

207 



Debbie Taylor and Don Porz check out 
different sides of the room for some 
action at the '50's dance. 



Wiggins, James L. 
Will, Christine M. 
Willard Robin 
Williams, Barbara A, 
Williams, Cammi A. 
Williams. Catherine 
Williams. Dane R. 
Williams. Sheila L. 
Williams, Shirley A. 
Williams, Sonja L, 
Williams. Steven D. 
Wiliams. Therese M, 
Williams. Thomas E. 
Wilson. Amy L. 
Wilson. Andrew 
Wilson, Brian J. 
WiLson, Carolyn 
Wilson, Keith D, 
Wilson, Richard P. 
Wilson, Robert 
Wilson, Robert J. 
Winter. Kurt N. 
Winters. Tina M. 
Wintle. Audrey K. 
Wise. Came A, 
Wise. Laura J. 
Witt. Dane A, 
Wittreich. Katharine 
Woide. David E. 
Wojcik. Michael J. 
Wolons. Robert J. 
Wolons. Edward S. 
Wolowiecki. Patrick J. 
Wonderly. Norman A. 
Wood, Dana L. 
Woods, Lewis G. 
Woods. Lorella A. 
Woods, Sharlyne J. 
Woods, William L. 
Wootten, Timothy S. 
Wright, Craig A. 
Wright, Lenon L. 
Wudy, Linda A. 
Wyman, Daniel G. 
Wyman, Reginald B. 

Yamane, David M. 
Yanchar, Harry R. 
Yanko. Joseph M. 
Yatsko. Dana M. 
Yeckley, Charles W. 
Yeckley, Lee Ann T. 
Yeckley, Richard A. 
Yeckley, Sharon A. 
Yeckley, Tina M. 
Yehl, John 
Yerman, Denise M. 
Young, Jacqueline A. 
Young, Jerome V. 
Young, John C. 
Young, Keith E. 
Young, Lisa Susan 
Young, Patricia M. 
Young, Rhonda M. 
Yuhas. Roberta H. 
Yuko, Lynn M. 
Yuras, Thomas 
Yurkovich, Susan M. 

Zadnik, Anthony J. 
Zagore. Thomas P. 
Zak, Donna T. 
Zakrajsek, Louis F. 
Zakrajsek, Michele A. 
Zakraysek, Theresa A. 
Zanghi. Deneen M. 
Zdunczyk, Lisa L. 
Zele, Charles J. 
Zele, Jo Ann A. 
Zele, John D. 
Zele, Julianne H. 
Zerby. Linda M. 
Zettl, Kathryn A. 
Ziegler, Gary A. 
Ziegier, Linda M. 
Zigman, Vicki 
Zingale. Tina M. 
Zingle. Jeffrey P. 
Zivkovich, James A. 
Znidarsic. Kimberly J. 
Znidarsic, Scott E. 
Zupan, Madonna A. 
Zupancic, Barbara A. 
Zupanovic, Suzanne 
Zurga, Richard A. 
Zurilla, Scott A. 
Zuro. Kenneth G. 
Zusman. Michael A. 
Zuzek, Michael J. 



87, 169 

35, 208 

35. 79, 169 



1, 125, 144 

123, 144 

65, 169 

208 



31,209 
144 
209 



123. 141 

52.209 

47. 49, 169 



71. 209 

209 

125, 177, 209 



56. 147 
209 



15, 56, 169 

125. 169 

146 

39, 110, 128. 181, 209 

49, 137. 169 

105, 150 



56. 89. 141 

209 

69, 169 

18. 19. 146 

46. 169 

65. 169 

148 

35. 146 

141 

5.31.35.36.49. 170.209 

115. 169 

35. 143 



Student Index 253 



Faculty Index 



American Legion Post 343 has conducted 
flag-raising ceremonies at Euclid's football 
games for the past 27 years. 



Addis, Robert 76 
Antonini, Justin 57, 79 
Araca, Anna 85 
Arko, Patricia 61, 92 
Arko, Virginia 94 
Attamante, William 93 
Backos, Ronald 83 
Banford, Kurt 48. 91 
Barbish, Ethel 94. 95 
Barcza. John 83 
Barker, Brenda 72. 92 
Baraniuk. Vera 72, 77 
Barry, Dorothy 95 
Baumeister. Donna 84 
Bell, Amy 94 




Mr. James Cliffel retired in February after 
serving at EHS since 1959 as a math teach- 
er and counselor. 

Bender, Stanford 79, 83 
Bensusan, Charlotte 89 
Bergem. Jerome 74, 75, 148 
Blabolil. Jane 79 
Black. Dolores 79 
Bosworth, Susan 34. 35, 85, 23C 
Brown, Roger 81 
Buck, Patricia 86 
Burns, Michael 81 
Campolieti, Catherine 94 
Carlson. Janice 92 
Carmody, Judith 40, 145 
Carroll, Wilma 92 
Carter, Arlene 87 
Chambers. Ronald 88 
Clapacs. Linda 
Clements. Carl 82 



Cliffel, James 77 

Cowan, Norma 56, 79 

Crary. Robert 77 

Daugherty. Harold 86. 119 

Davis. Thomas 89 

DeMora. William 81. 244 

Dolter. Merry 31. 90. 91 

Dzerowicz, Alex 81, 116 

Pedenci, Dominic 72, 76 

Fellague, Ahmed 

Fette, Ro.salie 94 

Findlmg, Melanie 85 

Foi.sel, William 82. 83 

Fox. Audree 86 

Francitic. Daniel 83 

Freedman. Sheldon 83 

Gale. Emelie 79 

Galicki. Aloysius 88 

Galicki. Theresa 86 

Gates. Barbara 92 

Germock. John 88 

Gibson, Jane 79 

Goebel, James 65, 88 

Gooding, William 40, 83 

Haffer, Joyce 93 

Halbedel, Thomas 110 

Hall, Francis 94 

Harris. Susan 79 

Harshman, Mane 

Hartman, Jeffrey 81 

Haverlock, Mary Jane 31, 90. 91 

Henderson. Gerald 56. 79 

Hoffart. Thomas 93 

Hoffert, Frank 81 

Homovec, Richard 131 

Hungerford, Richard 88 

Hutson, Robert 85 



, The 



i94 



Jagger. Mary 81 
Kadlec. Milton 88 
Kalka. John 81 
Kehn. Janice 94 
Kellev. James 81 
Kirch'ner. Clifford 88 
Klein. Ellen 89 
Krup. Ruth 77 
Lardomita, Charles 94 
Lardomita, Jack 94, 95 
Laurie. Paul 94 
Lellis, Jane 79 
Linderman, Joan 94, 95 
Leopold, Raymond 84 
Lobdel, Warren 
Lombardo, Robert 76 
Lowe, Kenneth 37 
Lucas, Margaret 31. 91 
Lucas, Marilyn 83, 163 
Manburg, Marc 89 
Marsh, Kathleen 
Martin, Embert 88 
Maxson, Daniel 86 
McGuinness, William 57, 76 
McLaughlin, Judith 79 
McNeilly, Earl 81 
McRedmond, Polly 94 
Miskinis, Aldona 82 
Modie, Phyllis 77 
Montani, Raymond 88 
Molz, Nancy 83 
Mularo, FVank 79 
Noble, Edna 60, 92 
O'Donnell, ViniU 92 
Patton, Richard 67, 85 
Paul. Judith 94 
Pawlowski, Adam 2, 82 
Petrovic, Robert 79 
Powaski, Ronald 81 
Rackovan, Richard 82 




Raicevich. Michael 48. 49. 81 
Ramlow, Barbara 79 
Ramlow, Robert 72. 86 
Rash. Toni 68, 89 
Reidor, Keith 
Reno. Charles 82 
Rmkes, Doanld 82 
Robinson. Palncia 
Rodriguez. Joseph 56 
Rose. Adelyne 94 
Rutkowski, Nancy 70, 89 
Sallach, Frederick 82 
SatUer, Gregory 93 
Sawyer, Benjamin 76 
Saywell, David 93 
Schonauer, David 81 
Schwenke, Peter 86 
Serra, Paul 82 
Severino, Janet 79 
Seymour, Ronald 89 
Sibert, Ralph 89 
Simonich, Judith 84 
Simpson, James 88 
Smith, Ruth 75 
Smith, C. Wayne 81 
Soltesz, Frank 83 
Spiga. Barbara 79 
Stadler. Veronica 86 
Starr, William 83 
Steinbrink, Donald 83 
Stemple, Kermil 94 
Sydow, Arthur 17, 85 
Tkac, Carol 
Tonn, Rosemarie 94 
Torzewski, Margaret 91 
Toth. Jacqueline 82 
Troglia, Frank 75 
Turk, Patricia 94 
Uhry, Margaret 82 
Von Benken, William 83 
Whaling, Dorothy 94 
Wandersleben, Carolyn 71, 89 
Weisenberg, Leonard 81 
Wiegand, Eleanor 89 
Williams, Carol 89 
Zimmerman, Jill 89 



254 FacLdty Index 



Hail to thee, 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; 
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 friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 



-m 



Advertising Index 



Aurora Protective Services, Inc. 


219 


Euclid Office Supply 


242 


Papp's Body Shop 


241 


Back Alley Pizza 


242 


Euclid Steel & Wire, Inc. 


215 


Perkins Cake & Steak 


219 


Bali Hai Restaurant 


242 


Euclid Travel Bureau 


242 


Phillips' Antiques 


241 


Battery World. Inc. 


214 


Euclid Washer Parts 


215 


Retta's Beauty Shoppe ' 


243 


Leo Baur Realty 


216 


Euclidian Beauty College 


238 


R & P Associates, Inc. 


241 


Beachland Pharmacy 


242 


Europa Travel Service 


216 


Raimor Studios 


210 


Big Bouquet Flower Shoppe 


211 


Flickinger. Inc. 


215 


Jack P. Reed 


226 


Bob's Big Boy Restaurant 


214 


Plowerama 


222 


Rehance Electric Co. 


213 


Bondi's Value King Supermarket 


214 


Forest City Auto Parts 


223 


Richmond Beverage & Wine Co. 


219 


Boulevard Beverage 


233 


F. W. Woolworth 


243 


Rieth Auto Stores 


225 


Brides House of Treasures 


214 


Gabriel Insurance Agency 


223 


Ross Meat Market 


243 


Briganti Photography 


216 


Gorniks 


221 


Russell Miller Garage 


228 


Broadview Savings 


242 


Handy Rents 


242 


Salter Auto Parts 


238 


Bronko's Beverage 


242 


Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 


227 


Sam and Pete's Hair Styling 


243 


Carroll Tire Brokers 


218 


Hudson Pharmacy 


212 


Saturday m the Park Photography 


237 


Chase Brass & Copper Co. 


229 


Independent Savings 


226 


Sherwood Refractories, Inc. 


230 


City of Euclid 


231 


Induction Brazing & Soldering Co. 


219 


Saxon Fancy Meats 


243 


Convenient Food Mart. 200th St. 


223 


In-Focus Photography 


220 


Shore Center Barber & Style Shop 


230 


Convenient Food Mart, 222nd St. 


218 


Jackson Hardware 


220 


Shore Center Shoe Repair 


243 


Convenient Food Mart, Euclid Ave. 


232 


Jay-Dee Cleaners 


212 


Sims Brothers Buick, Inc. 


213 


Custom Fit Pro Shop 


232 


Jet Print 


214 


Smith Brothers Dry Cleaning 


243 


Dallos-Spies Building, Inc. 


229 


K & G Machine Co. 


226 


Stern's Men's Wear 


213 


Dairy Queen 


242 


Kerr Lakeside, Inc. 


220 


S & S Deli & Lounge 


243 


Dee-Ann Ceramic Art Studio 


242 


Kollander's World Travel 


222 


Student Council 


239 


Dee's Deli 


242 


Knafel's Shore Market 


242 


Teacher's Aide 


243 


Delta Design, Inc. 


233 


Ladies Auxihary, Veterans of 


215 


Toni's Beauty Salon 


213 


Den's Place 


232 


Foreign Wars, Post 1056 




Tony's Polka Village 


222 


Mark DeSilvio Photography 


224 


Love Insurance Agency 


242 


TRW. Inc. 


217 


DiPaolo House of Beauty 


236 


London Automotive 


218 


Upson Delicatessen 


212 


Dr. R.M. Baldwin 


242 


Lynch & Co. 


224 


U.S. Army 


213 


Dr. AUan A. Rolfe 


242 


Man-Gill Chemical Co. 


226 


U.S. Marine Corps 


225 


Driftwood Gallery, Inc. 


225 


Maria's Hair Fashion 


236 


U.S. Navy 


233 


Euclid Auto Parts 


232 


Mario's Flowers 


224 


Value City 


235 


Euclid Blue Print & Supply, Inc. 


232 


Mark Hairdressers 


224 


Vassar Health Foods 


235 


Euclid Boosters Club 


240 


Martin's Dairy Bar 


243 


Wall Color Shop 


212 


Euclid Driving School 


233 


Medical Building 


230 


Waterwash Hardware Co. 


243 


Euclid Fish Co. 


224 


Model's Meat Market 


225 


Wildwood Florist 


235 


Euclid Foreign Motors 


236 


Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. 


228 


Windsor Realty & Management, Inc. 


243 


Euclid, Inc. 


230 


Norwood Drug 


241 


Yale TV Center 


243 


Euclid Jalousies 


236 


Oxford Personnel 


234 






Euclid Race Dairy 


238 


Palisades Bowl 


241 







Advertising Index 255 



SPECIFICATIONS 

1200 copies of the 1982 Euclidian were printed by 
the Josten's/American Yearbook Company at State College, 
Pennsylvania. The book is printed on Gloss 191 paper stock and 
includes eight pages of natural color and eight pages of spot color. 
Angeles type is used throughout the book, with body copy printed 
in ten point size and captions printed in eight point size. The cover 
material is Nigbthawk, and the book's title is silkscreened onto it. 
The book has stainless steel endsheets, with a block date embossed 
on the front endsheet. To insure spring delivery of the book, the 
final deadline for pages was February 22, 1982. 

EDITORS 

Senior Section: Mark Speck; Underclass Section: Laurie Hanlon and 
Hillary Hook; Faculty Section: Amy Reno; Sports Section: Jim 
Ambrose and Dan Moster; Activities Section: Mike Kucera; 
Business: Beth Cramer; Index: Maureen Colling; Adviser: Mr. 

Robert Petrovic. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Nick DiTirro, Eric Kosten, Mike Guarino, John Grmovsek, Steve 
Clay, Ray Tice, Steve Brewer 



STAFF 

Seniors: Kim Bertrand, Pam Brown, R.J. Budway, Beth Franko, 
EUyn Gleisser, Scott Kost, Simone Lisac, Audrey Lonchar, Jan 
Mihelcic, Monica Parisi, Gary Petrick, Karen Pfriem, Amy Reno, 
Diane Roessler, Mike Smith, Amy Steele, Roberta Yuhas. Juniors: 
Lesa Galer, Elaine Haupt, Ann Langan, Terri Nickel, Pammi 
Phillips, Wendy Potokar, Dave Strell, George Thomas, Sharon Tice. 
Sophomores: Michele Austin, Alison Barravechia, Lynn Bencivenni, 
Janet Brentar, Anna Chanakas, Sandy Fike, Susan Hoffert, Mike 
Lange, Angela Liggett, Jackie Majers, Danielle Nichting, Renee 
Phillips, Al Ponsart, Rhonda Sterrick, Elizabeth Strle, Renee Tilly, 
Carol Trevarthen. 



A FINAL WORD 

To the student body and faculty of Euclid High School, we hope 
that the 1982 Euclidian has lived up to your great expectations. 



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