Academy High School - Academe Yearbook (Erie, PA)

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Why is it so hard to be like the rest of the flock? " his mother asked. J .nf f Km, Wo cp, kmcQLiw,5 mfQ1., cxkhi- X3 NKOVL Vgjwowvn AUTO Xb L,v.QAAkyx6ou K Qjxnfi, .QXMM BMW, 'Uv-JJ vxunwnwl, NUM "I just want to know what I can do in the air and what I can't, that 's all. I just want to hnowfv JONA THON LIVINGSTON SEAGULL -Richard Bach c We enjoy the group we enjoy the classroom but when the group disperses and the class is over there still remains the individual. Each of us is an individual with different ambitions different desires different interests. . . what is right for me may not be right for you. Hopefully- the decisions we make the paths we follow will lead to personal growth self-fulfillment happiness. .k,M if ,Q 1 n A, ,-f, f, ,M -wh, -Q..-. 6' Q .vii , .,,, ,W,.fMPjfff'f""f' Vs, , ,ww wf..q,,,,wMm K W ,, wr! 7' 'L ii. bi wwf . -we cows mm A -mann' ., " Q 1 - ..,L- I ...M f 75. ,, ' jf :if- ' ' 5Mks?' f ", :wana-W::1+fgJ1!Q ' ,f - .:fW.+,:r-f:,. W- 1 f. H . . . Wg., . 1. 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Agfgeggigccesiior l GQQQQ' aggw 04' J. r H' ' l W, """s vloam Schoolsflpatt X ,, E? 3 l ' 'ns llll 5 Closes C' QMWKV Q5 ,wb 'F-. 5 5 Sd, I Msxssxmw 06962:-fooox gz 5 00 Board To Caucus ,990 05 EEA H' 5 r9 ike Issue a wage c:9e1six0v ta offe'j,,, 3-3 may ' xt , wr i Students Hgnof , 2 1 r . A S' I U 1 l 3' .MELA gggxcoff l l Board RGIBCIAS Arbitration 8. TECH FAcul'rY SER REMOVAL OF HHJNSKI ,,..,, .W,, , ,,,tt,,... . ..,,,,. ,., , va r , l Schools Solicitor Resignsp 1 Teachers Out Agam: No Talks Set :FA Nnnanc A.t.:.....-- if-6 . 'SW A g 7 , , K . Q,Q - . . 4 f ' ,ily V. . y VL,. W wwitii K In I . N W K V - it - V I yjguz L' 7 I t K---it W, M f 'A ,, f A series of concurent events- intermittent teacher strikes half-hearted student boycotts a suspended school calendar devastated much of first semester causing excessive workloads eliminating vacation days delaying activities Q sports events literary publications. Some won. . . some lost. . but the real loser -was the student. it S sl i'ss fcns s ir i ,ii Athletic teams both male and female were spurred on by enthuszastic Lion spirit and our proud battle cry: 'Academy is back! " We saoored the victories accepted the defeats enjoyed the competition 10 5 re if r,ade111y Cagers 18.111 Of T ' -- he H111 A F la! in Within her stately structure Academy houses a maze of halls and classrooms a family of adults and youths who together communicate learn grow. We feel secure here in our home-away-from-home. 12 A X Q1 O is - ,Q 2 X ..A , , M,f4MJ,W, Ng i 2 ,,, pub " SPECIAL UNEMPLOYMENT Y, ASSISTANCE E ,..EE,,. , E, SS, N , Aq ,V i J ..q X X ff0fQRf" E Wi 'X G Jn 4fhW4Mf?' NLTWLELBS. 1' M 52555: In the wake of Watergate a troubled and concerned nation watched with trepidation as the new Administration tried to pick up the pieces and combat the pressing problems of rising inflation of deepening recession of vanishing resources. What happens today definitely affects our tomorrow. - 1 '13 N ""'Q.-Y H Today . . . we view graduation with mixed emotions of joy and sorrow realizing that one phase of our lives is ending and another just beginning. Tomorrow. . . we will encounter new experiences and a multitude of different pressures problems responsibilities. Suddenly we realize that our years "on the hill" have been some of the best years of our lives. 'I6 -4, V ,. 4-K ,-... Q 'C S.. ui ..- a if ' E P. .3 AQ" fl:-W a 4 , 4 .,z, LW,,l1 f V , ,,-,, ., . ,, if "VY 1-5,- i .KW au. vi A-f W' ' 'if' Ei-...,-.Q Wa 1 JH! 71 '24 4 53 Y 'Z x ff" , ,ra i ' . 2, Q 'Mg f D pay, 5-4 academics All rooms lead to the office For the past four years Mr. Donald DeNardo has been a vital source of direction as principal of our school. Able to adapt to the unexpected and the new, his main concern, first and always, has been making A. I-I. S. meaningful for everyone. Assisting him in fulfilling this purpose are as - sistant principals, Mrs. Bertha Blau and Mr. Donald Zonno. Necessary also to the efficient runnin of the 8' school are Mrs. Jan Toth, secretaryg Mrs. Ruth Kern, and Mrs. Harriet Donocoff, office clerks. Mrs. Bertha Blau--Assistant Principal Q Mn.. mari' 3 Mr. DeNardo at work in his office. -Judd Mr. Donald Zonno--Assistant Principal Mrs. Harriet Donocoff Mrs. Ruth Kern Ofice Clerk Office Clerk ew il J' X, ' 'LY' Mrs. Jan Toth Secretary A l Robert Acker Ronald Bailey Ralph Barbaro Patricia Berger Edna Bermon Social Studies f Senior Trades Guidance Home Economics English William Burger Noel Burgoyne Music English Helen Bell --Home Economics Jay Buchanan--Guidance Richard Bendig--Mathematics 22 .H.S. faculty functions despite con flicts Elsie Campbell French Louis Carnicelli Spanish James Chizmadia Art ,nf 5 W pn :KE J pw ft W xl, if 'T "ffl Y f fi' Vfmrlkfsfg , - Q:wm:a,W"' 2 I 5 4 ,, 1 1 ,. . 255, ,,,::, t.,,z J , n, H. JFS A . .jggljgr ' l I I, 7.3 Q-H.1"' ,, ,,'-f' --11' Q ,jfifk 991 ' I -v vin 4' ewfvvw' 1'-v ' px ji.. , ,, 355 If 1' g .2 V. , ,L, ln 4 ,Mlm , ,uf - e i'f:s r:rxh:., '--L w.. 'vu M12 '- Q l u- 'ww of :Q .o-.NWI W, Shirley Comstock Physical Education Don Clausniizer--Home Improvement Shop jon Christensen Donald Clausnitzer English Industrial Arts Thomas Danias Rita DeLuca Mathematics Library Clerk eff'-f---..,.,,,,w 3 Wwfwww., 1 Doris Campbell--Home Economics 23 Lou1s D1Bacco Gaylord Dobbs Dolores Dutk0SkY Soc1a1 Stud1es Semor Trades Buslness nsplratlon beglns 1n the classroom Arthur Fe arn Sc1ence f Brenda Ferntto Mus1c Leo Harkins--Science Robert Morgan--Hea Pat Ferritto Chris Filipkowski Deborah Forinash james Gigliotti English Science Health Science 24 E E 3 1 12 I L H , 0 n , C 6 Q , 1 -: Q - f X X 1 VF.. Edward Gubish Science George Goff Physical Education Frederick Guenther joseph Haas Social Studies Science Richaxd Murray- -Drivers' Training 1 Physical Education Gertrude Hall Rene Hayes Mary Hickey Robert Hiney Home Economics Social S1:udies Business Social Studies otivation prompts stud W saw William Quirk--Science Frederick Kaniz Social Studies William Korynoski Senior Trades 26 Rita Kantz Gerald Karsznia Guidance Social Studies ' , .. ,..- 1 ,.., ' John Leamy George Macey Social Studies English -,,a 'i" oaooo oooo V A '17 " S aaoo Vai ., 1: '?1Q, Pfif iglyf' " G af ff' if uni" ' Loce jones Robert Kaczenski Machine Shop Social Studies Thomas Robinson--Physical Education Frances Major Jeanette Massing Spanish English Mary McConnell Robert McDona1 English Margaret McMahon Richard Miller Business English Charles Verdecchia--Guidance Esterine Palmisano Business Evelyn Peterson Business james Pfisterer Robert Rohde Mathematics English In extending ' herself to all within her reach Margaret Pistory --teacher --confidante -friend touched the lives of students and teachers at Academy High Mavzlbwi. Rita Russell Mathematics and each of us whose life she touched is better for having known her Barbara Caldwell--Learning Resource Aide Elizabeth Schaff--Teachers' Aide 499 ',, - 'f gf ,,,, . U sf '54 fs. lf 4 Helene Schember English Robert Scott Woodshop Direction provides insight IQ Rl, is ,ff ,-K S x, .. 'F as X 'A ri ' S M ,' Dolores Sheridan in is ' Nurse ' X l S is 'S A W N Xen, x X i ,. , J.. f xl. N xx' Y . , .,, N se ' - ' '- flffiefsff fni- 'ff N . .i Dorothy Brenoel--Librarian Daniel Vereb James Welch Mathematics Industrial Arts David Zewe Michael Zlotnicki SCi6nC6 Social Studies Fred Tomb Business 3 ' ssl? V ,K 'f2:2:2sEE1ZssiiJ'5 w wiv. V am. f Mm-gfi ,Sffi3S.,t ks 7 W1 if , ,pf 1243? 39,41 M' ,H Q., 4 'I ' mm f jf 1 x fig s ,, f t iw 'i of 5 ,I , , , 8 . ,Q M' M rm 'fi .s , 3, Q., V fs tw , ' ' ,4 My ' 1 W- , L , -,,. r 11- wh ,V t9,1,L,' ?',,l,Lr ggi in John Thomas Science William Ulrich Social Studies C .O.P.E. Aides--Rose Ross, Barbara Drew, Deanna Baker. 29 Experimentation became the key- word in the English Department. Along With the traditional courses oiered, some teachers taught mini courses of nine Weeks duration. Others introduced shorter literary units QRussian and Eastern European Literaturel within their regular classes. Advanced Placement stu- dents, completing the equivalent of freshmen College English, prepared to take the AP English exam. offered each June. Freshmen Dan Schaai and Darrell McCullum are attracted to the startling inventions fea- tured in March POPULAR SCIENCE. 30 Mini courses intrigue students K K . N X x If .. Thore au's philosophy provides stimulating discussion in A. P, English. 5F"" d ll h' ll f Midway in a grammar-usage test, Pat Hammond fin s stretc ing an e - fective relaxant. Multi-linguists get start in classroom Increased interest in a Writing and speaking knowledge of a second lan- guage became evident this year. Here at Academy, students chose from Spanish, French, and German. Students learned grammar and con- versation as they studied the cul- ture, history, and literature of the country. Lydia Kiniewicz concentrates on conjugation of German While others chat, Jeannie Getschaw gets a head start on her French verbs. homework. Headphones adjusted, Spanish students begin their mercurial flights to Spanish speaking nations. 31 ggldll' . . i IW 1 -x,'w,1 XV X ,Dx X, MA14 5 N14 S H i I Vi! I fr ,Q LFXU Slfllhj jr!-KX f'X.f' n'i?wP 'ef' Munn CHWLOV Taszaxl into o ,AX x Y-. W-ana . "Wow! " exclaim Gilbert Watson, John Stockhausen, and Gary Long, impressed with the magnitude of the African continent "TITIIS is the spot where Charlemagne wound his horn, " ex- P13111-9 Mr. Guenther to A. P. students jim Miller and Bob Bernardini. It's easy to see that Craig Heberle would be much happier wrestling than reading aloud his History report. Histo ry's riddles continue to mystify Perched upon a desk, Mr. Kaniz informally discusses American history. Social Studies 1975 offered a Wide range of topics for study and dis- cussion. Current World events pre- sented much to be analyzed and even more to be learned. Students ex- amined history from prehistoric times, to Columbus, through Water- gate, to the inauguration of Presi- dent Gerald Ford. Advanced Place- ment history courses for juniors and seniors offered in-depth study into World and American history. N'-. Dave Andrews is having difficulty applying football strategy to solve P, O, D, problems. ,Qs "Please, Mr. Acker, slow down to 16 speed," silently muses Debi Loj ewski . 33 Advanced Math students struggled through Trigonometry, Anal. Geom- etry, A. P. Calculus, and Intro. Anal- ysis With their seemingly impossible problem-solving questions. Fresh- men Algebra classes attended a math seminar to observe numerous dis- plays on careers relating to engi- neering and mathematics. Algebra, Business Math, Math Fundamentals, and Plane Geometry classes contin- ued to attract the majority of stu- dents. Computers enter math labs Brenda Brown is convinced geometry is incomprehensible. 2 5 . X, J- Cheryl Althof, Janet Earll, and.Brenda Ward find the adding machine faster than using fingers . 34 "I just don't believe Mr. Bendig expects Drawing this segment through the x and y axis wou1dn't be so difficult for Ron Rugare US to dv the w+h-0-1-2 things" reflects if only the yardstick wou1dn't slip. Sue Bra 3-klron' 'ff nisi gn Hxfgta ss 1 Q.,-f it, - "Modern Trig. isn't half as bad as it looks, . . . is it?" questions Teddy de Jong. 35 Experimentation spurs interest in science In September, students returned to acompletely renovated Science De- partment. The latest equipment plus an abundance of essential chemicals andappartus, challenged students to become involved in projects and re- search. Freshmen enrolled in Earth and Environmental Scienceg sopho- mores, in Generaland Honors Biol- ogyg and upperclassmen, in Phys- ics, Biology, and Chemistry. A.P. Biology was offered to seniors with a deep interest in it. 3 "For Pete's sake, it's alive?" gasps Matt Arndt. Fra' Learning how to use timers is a new experience for Darrel Smith and Anita Hedde1'iCk- all of them," Phyllis Butler excitedly informs class- mate Robin Egloff. "Those paramecium are moving so fast I can't see 36 '-nqwf X 4'--'. ix. Experimentation intrigues Bej ahn Mir and Jim Lisa Koeberle and Mike McCracken learn which way is the right way to weigh. Bolden- Identifying minerals interests jane Chitester and james Pe ason in geology as a career. 37 Vo-ed paves way for job opportunities Vocational Education fVo-Edb of- fered students the chance to become knowledgable about vocational jobs presently available. Boys enjoyed survivingaBachelor Survival class g boys and girls vied with each other in Draftingg others learned how to operate and repair shop machin- ery. Classes invited home econo- mists, experienced drafters, hair dressers, and paper hangers to in- form and offer students information concerning job possibilities in their own and related fields of Work. S I N G E R '- , 8, .I- V s R if ,kijkwrk . ,,., .smwwhsxmw V K -- I e. ,, . , ki ' , 4-1 'a qgs..n,g:esegrg,g,efg,g,,,.f-W w,,-,- we-r+.,,. .3 -ei - , I Technology produced the how to run it. electric machineg Mary McLaughlin must learn learning how to bake Cgokieg makes ggurmet Cooks of Rick Walt Clark hopes that self-application in drafting will end Hammer, Doug Hevner, and Bob I-lull. in a rewarding career. 38 . Ashley Althof uses the lathe to shape a rough piece of metal. Concentration is one basic rule Stephen jay- O0 px has learned. Some day Charles Moore may be cutting two by fours for Hamilton Lumber Co. 39 Students learn saleable business skills Students interested in entering busi- ness after graduation or in choosing business courses as electives had a selection of the following courses: Typing I, Ilg Steno I, Hg Bookkeeping I, Ilg Personal Typing, Business Law and! or Office Practice. Both Typing and Steno classes emphasized speed and accuracy in dictation. Office Practice students learned how to type stencils and dittos and operate a variety of business machines. Business Law introduced the basics of business contract fundamentals. Patty Konzel plans to save her ticker tape for the Christmas Parade ""'ao. JAM4k Whoever said Business Law was a snap course? just ask Lynette Lorence, Jeanne Ore, Sue Hetrick, Janice Hilliard, or Kathy DiLuzio. 40 I tx Linda Hennick knows that keeping her eyes on the copy minimizes errors. A baffled Sue Kaufman finds her longhand more legible than Addition is no problem for Sherry Stanton who gets a little her shorthand notes. help from one of the calculators. 41 "What terrific body muscles We'll have," quip Mr. Goff's gym students. Akgraceful dive and swim of one pool length moves linda Cook up into the advanced beginners' section. 42 "If you fRay Carry let go now," warns Mr. Robinson, "you never see yourself in the ye arbook." Health and phys. ed. remain priorities The te am of Kenny and Kramer battle unseen forces. Although Physical Education and Health courses are required by state law for graduation, students found them exciting to attend. Classes in- cluded instruction in calisthenics, gymnastics, badminton, ping-pong, and folk dancing, along with beginner and advanced swimming techniques. Health classes, have gone coedu- cational, were taught by both men and Women faculty members. Gym and pool instruction, however, re- mained segregated. Our beloved skeleton pleads, "Get your hands off my throat, Mr. Goff!" 43 utlets for expression vary ....-1,.,.,,5 gr ,L 5, , M 1. wh 'lsail The secluded art tower offers youthful artists Pam Larson, Ruth Ann Scanzillo, and Janice Meyer an outlet for artistic talent. af' V w:e.1a-ie - 1 f L , e ' m I 0, My .. 4 QW t':z i ' Techniques learned in speech making will be applied often in the future when Marcie Cohen addresses Women's Lib and PTA groups. ' Potential opera timber, Linda Whitbread may ' one day be telling opera fans, "I had my start in the Academy Choir." 44 fe e f nt' Qt 'Qin-... Members of orchestra practice daily to produce flawless performances. Electives gave students a break from the routine of daily Work. Choices ranged from the basic fundamentals of music taught in Music Theory to the professional performances of music in Orchestra, Marching Band, Stage Band, Choir, and Girls' Chorus. Artistically inclined students lent their talents to Art Department projects. Speech classes gave students the self-confi- dence necessary to speak before an audience. Juniors in Drivers' Educa- tion, through the use of simulators and road tests, learned the skills neces- sary for actual road driving. To Brian Brewer goes the honor of being Acaderny's only tuba player. Motley apparelled during practice sessions, our Marching Band, in uniform, is unparalleled. 45 .-X mill :'F!.,,, itvkxxxf gh, fy . 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EEA strikes--missing schoolg senior por- traits--trading those glowing smilesg classes--enjoying all of themg football and basketball games--cheering our teams to the bitter endg college applications--spending hours completing them, and waiting months for a replyg senior announcements and caps and gowns--digging into our meager ac- countsg Winter and Spring vacations-- enjoying them in the classroomg Senior Prom--dancing until 3:00 A.M.3 Senior Banquet--reminiscing and loving every minuteg and then Commencement--closing one door and opening another. The "mighty, mighty seniors" were reluctant to leave. Karen Ambron Cynthia Anderson ...ay Karyn Anderson Paul Anderson 48 Seniors . l Anne Adams Richard Albertson james Allen Tim A111112 Exuberant seniors Keith Beckett, Linda Crede, Chris Lepo, Karyn Anderson, Karen Clauser, and Erin Kelley cheer our team on to victory. . Hthe mighty, mighty seniors" David Andrews Lori Arcenas Exciting Homecoming ceremonies, emceed by Keith Gourley and Sue McRaith. sparked off an Lmforgettable senior year. Cleveland Arrington y y rib Vincent Baldi Betty Bargielski Bruce Barney Linda Anselment 1 A Pamela Archibald Pamela Baker Dale Bamey Luanne Bartl ett Each to his own Bartone 1 B we Forty Winks eventually turns into an entire period for weary Gary Majchrzak. Linda Becker Keith Beckett N Realizing the problem must be reorganized, Pee Wee Bolden rere ads the assignment. 50 Joan Beckwith Brenell Bender some sleep . . . some peruse . . . some dramatize ez,-ww xesmwi -'f-- fssm, 1' f ,-f- 1mffw,.,f Robert Bernardini Patricia Betz Robert Blair james Bolden Diane Maleski, john Stockhausen, Greg Muth, and Pam Archibald alter the regular health class mutine with demonstration techniques. Lisa Bollinger Gladys Borrero Lisa Boss 51 Susan Boyer Beverly Brewer Robert Briggs ' Darcy Brown Yardstick and pointer replace epees for Chris Manges Chris Genetti in mock duel. Dorothy Brown Brigid Budzinski jack Burgess Phyllis Butler 52 Special friendships are made everywhere Tim Cacchione Mark Chaffee Walter Clark Pamela Carney A Carpenter Tanya Catledge Eloise Chatman Elizabeth Chitester Charles Clark Karen Clauser 'eww . Steven Clothier Julie Cohen Tim Toflinski and Ginny Petroff are only two of the many fans who attend the Prep bonfire. 53 Memories include moments of wo rk and play Marcie Cohen Clarence Coleman David Coleman John Coleman Peggy Coleman Rosemary Colley Cindy Cook Linda Cook Climbing ropes back stage is just one of Rick Mantsch's 'Thomas Cooper linda Crede many talents. Tina Criscione on X, ,L 'L Levi Walker 'learns early in the year that concentration is a definite asset. . Jud1th Cross if . 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Kevin Gehrlein Pensiveness leads to self-inquiry V I Christopher Genetti Irene Gleba Cheryl Gligora Ernestme Glover n Edwin Godfre Y .. - I kzii .Q'g' In eee n at A .Q aw "Don't snap the picture!" Bejalm Mir silently snarls at a Gabl-1e1e Gokert friendly freelancer. Donna Glover Julie Glowacki Thomas Goff Dolores Golubski Pamela Gonser Tracy Gordon A startled Mike Scharrer wonders if what he sees is for real. E a Ke ith Grace Griffin Lee Griffis Connie Grove if Elaine Janet Gubish . ,X Friendships thrive where harmony prevails Vicki Has Richard Hammer Riff M ' - Y Gregory Hammill G ary Hanson 62 Elaine Haglund Jayne Hamilton David Hammer -in semi" MW xo-'rt rr The cafeteria becomes an ideal place for Barry McC1une and Judy Cross to discuss their week- end activities. 'E' Ann Harkins Carrie Harrick Marcia Harris The fine baritone voices of Mark Chaffee and Gilbert Watson lend quality to the choir. Debb1e I-Iartleb Darla Hartman wane' Nita Hedderick Heidi Heidt l1e'e l Ei! i , J L. 1 'firm '-35-as - it I 1- -5 A :- 'elt ' I A I 'WH' 1 ,em 4- vf 5411 2-as ilu me . nf . .Aim Vicky Henley Loren Hannick Charmaine Herman Douglas I-Ievner Height makes no difference. Marie Kapsar and jan Malecki always have fun when they're together. 63 p We anticipate and prepare for college Shirley Higby Gregory' Hilliard james Hirsch ,auqx Chris Holland Marcel Howard Through careful process of elimination, Tim Allue narrows his college choices. Patricia James 64 Donna Hlifka -rr -nf 11 Robert Hull Debbie Jewell A I... Cynthia Johnson Diana johnson Eddie johnson James Johnson Lester Johnson Steven Johnson Carol Spencer copies figures from text to illustrate a problem in bookkeeping. Christine J0hUSt0n Joanne jones Mattie Jordan Willie Jordan 65 Rebecca Kapper Marie Kaps ar Patricia Kern Mark Kimmel V ' X wnow uns , ' Ni , . ' , 5 K k J jig L.. ' , , When not working on athletic schedules, Neil Leroy enjoys T.V. in Mr, Harkins' office. 'x nf' David Karney Ed Kavala Erin Kelley Rebecca Kightlinger Obviously, agile stage crew member Bill Michaels does not suffer from acrophobiag Daniel Kindle ur individuality identifies us Thomas Klochalc Karl Koenig Carol Konieczki W ,--. 1 Ui J A K ,w 1, ' zz -.. 3 f' i ' Z . ' fffffi 'i M wif I f , L ff'?Qf:P?7iz i ' ' ' z',',Vfj-.qi E i,., . -AED Becke Konzel M Bil1K1oecker Wendy Knapp Lisa Koeberle iii i ii. Susan Koffman L Karen Konkol Oblivious to everything else, Willie Jordan relishes his delicious lunch. Patricia Konzel 1mber1y Kreidinger Kevin Kuhn amela Larson Mary Leone The crisis over-debilitation sets in HOW211'd Levin Cheryl Levine Victor Lewkowicz Gary Liebel Nick Ibmbafd Ga-VY 10118 Paula. Loomis Richard Lore ' , V., Kathy Lynch nw' For Kevin McCa1eb, the extra. eight minutes added to each class period this year are just eight Margaret Macko minutes too Ulany, 69 Sometimes it is important Gary Majchrzak janet Malecki mo, atv Diane Maleski Chris Manges Richard Mantsch Debra Manus The pay telephone provides a simple way of occupying Dan Schrader's pre-homeroom time. RObe1'13 NIS-I'Chi11i Mark MHITIIBFS 70 that we leave the group Ernest Matson Karen Wamaka takes advantage of one of those rare moments of solitude. Kevin McCa1eb Russell McCaus1a.nd Barry McC1une Matt McCracken Tim McCullough Tardy bell and classroom elude Sharon Hanlin when she applies her pencil sketching ideas to the art board. 71 '6Go0Hng off' adds excitement to the day Gregory McGee Cindy McLaughlin Barb McRaith Sue Mc Raith Legs interlocked, karate students To-To Toran and jimmy john- son engage in a friendly spar. 72 Patricia McLendon 'David McNeill Beverly Messenger Janice Meyer ' "k. N W ' i ' k',k. - ..,- f Q1 - '- i 1. 111 r- V1-'wie gf :Ref a ,aaai L eai, An example of rare friendship -- William Michaels lems and Marcie Cohen is alw James Miller I is when Cheri Levine has prob- there to assist her. X Susan Miller iig A Linda Mills Ail"" X we Not wanting to be late for bookkeeping class, De employs a little force to get past Karen Konkol. Bej ahn Mir fig Qs-iii bbie Slupski K s N T 5 sg. ,1, .+ i f ,531 sf" - "H '-.1 em' 313' Q, , ' 53-ffiif 2 , :L s,-m f' i f i Q fffia iii , Prince Mobley Mark Montefiori Dinah Moore Patricia Moore Sandra Morettini 73 Before Fa mi Learning is not limited IV . bas1c skills can be applied, Sue jordan, Denise Kisiel, and Phyllis Butler take Darleen Munsch Gregory Muth James Noonan ott Soltis explains his 1 . . Darlene Ore lski own th Debra Omniewski Archie Page to any one method janet Parker w'ug if Hz Richard Porris Jeffrey Quinn Robin Reed Marietta Parker Kimberly Peters Virginia Petroff ,...... .B 3 Comedy comes to life when Marcie Harris, Tanya Catledge, and Dinah Moore read it. Leslie Quinn 'Theresa Quirlc Rebecca Raupers 1 History students Lisa Boss, Cindy Weber, and Bob Bernardini listen avidly to a lecture on the Watergate Trial, 75 Floretta Reese Michelle Roche Ronald Rug are Joseph Salorino 76 ur individuality shines through Debra Reynaud Michael Riley Kevin Robison Penny Rothermel Marci Rudolph Christine Rugare Connie Sage Waiting for the bus to come, Betsy Chitester prefers the cold . cement steps to standing on a windy corner. I Ch1'1S Samulewski , -,bk-' f. f ,Ji J 5 , ' wists. yer? fn hz .ily 1,439 r Even though he's using a chopped-off putter, Gary Liebel doesn't seem to be annoyed about his chances of making this shot. Patricia Schumacher Stacy Schumacher Clyde Sayre Q Ruth Scanzillo Michael Scharrer Craig Schneider Dan Schrader janet Schuerman Cindy Schwabenbauer Sheldon Schwartz Karen Scully Alexandria SemenoH v , V , ,,,, Wy, X f3?Q"as gas r i 3 .TK 4-W' nmaibi M Xggfms-:"3 -. . , , - Although it's taboo to look at the keyboard, Eloise Chatman slips a Peek. Lydia Serrano Brenda Shields S 'Milk' 5 V, ,l 1 51 f 1. , ii Joyce Siegel xg Co-editors of ACADEME, Mark Kimmel and Chuck Simon, work after school checking layouts Charles Simon drawn by staff members. 78 Each new experience broadens our horizons Debbie Slupski Debra Snippert Scott Soltis Roy Spearman Kim Smith Mark Sokoloff To be sure of a seat on the bus to Stratford, Cheryl Nelson makes her down payment early. Robin Sosey Carol Spencer Sherry Stanton MaryAnn Stapp Lunch time provides food . . . friends . . . fun Cafeteria monitors, Dave Andrews and Tim Cacchione, assert their authority in physically confining Mike Vitale to the lunchroom. S sw? 35 Donald Steinhauer Douglas Stiles john Stockhausen Lynne Stoops 80 Candyce Stebbins Kim Steiner U ymqf. After a lengthy Senate session, treasurer jan Meyers is just too tired to feed herself. james Struchen Anita Stuart "Do you see what I see?" Chip Johnson murmms. Is she blonde, re head, or brunette? Humiliation is . . . when 6'4" Darrell Walters must shrink sufficient to Search for a lost e . Phillip Stubenhofer Kristen Sween IV P 'mf t tu s , gy, ,f,f.!wzffw f. Albert Tate john Tedesco Betsy Tetuan Steven Thomas 81 Heidi Tofel ' Tim Toflinski Taking a twenty-minute detour is sufficient reason for Walter Eugene T01-an Clark to be late for class. Mark Traylor Dorthea Trlbbensee Dan Trott Kathleen Trott Gary Truitt Martha Tupitza Nancy Veit Paul Verdecchia Cheryl Virgilio Drifting from routine beoo mes a specialty Michael Vitale Darrell Walters Mike Riley discovers that the tiny radio earphone can make w L .0 ,.eh f the most boring class interesting. Cathy Wana Janet Wal-bington pf, . . Q if 5' 5 Barbara Ward 5 6 QQ. Two minds combined often get a better grade than one when Patty Betz and jim Wolf col Karen Warnaka laborate on an assignment. A 41 ix Y BQ life 'z ll Gilbert Watson Antics are a b0y's prerogative Julie Webb Cynthia Weber Derice Welch Gerrianne Welch Kris Wensel 84 Linda Wilcox ,.,h,, V zzg ee,, ACADEME photographer, Dave McNeill, consents to oe the poser rather than the taker Cynthia Williams Mary Williams Heidi Winslow 'T Q31 at 41" Academy Wouldn't it be simpler if Mark Montefiori moved his car? Valarie Wisnieski David Witosky James Wolf Richard Wolfe Jeannette Wroblewski Kathleen Wuenschel Duane Zeny Doris Zmyslinski Sharon Zeiber Memories jane Zeiner of our three years at Academy will remain with us always. We sensed happiness in achievement, We felt sadness in defeat, We ex- perienced joy in friendships. Twelve years ago achievement meant being able to Write our name on an abstract picture. As seniors, achievement means above all else remembering the lessons we learned in the classroom. -. n , ,1 Y' .Lf .. as 'll 477.15 K' J v. , mi underclassmen 3 'hi 0 if 'X sv , 0 Q' Z 'gi 5 David Adams jeffrey Alex Lynn Anderson m. V , - Q, 1 sz, , ' . .,x, - . MNA N if Ls X Er X fy at f , A 1 gg is xx N4 , P ,, .r 5 ,. X Vicki Agostino Becky Aldrwh Linda Allen Bernadette Amos John Anderson EdWaI'd SS K ,S 5. new 7. , T f 44 ' if 1 A My A Z as 1 Q ' 'L iu Gabby Arndt Doug Ballman Paul Barnes 88 Matt Arndt Richard Baltes Allene Barnett Juniors -1-.Q The Class of 76! A typical day for a Junior revolved around classroom preparation, anxieties, and happi- ness. The excitement in ordering our class rings was surpassed only by the elation and pride we felt the day we received them. Results of PSAT, SCAT, and SAT testing either inflated our ego, or set us examining our academic prowess. Then there were the times when we just day- dreamed about coming events and the day we would be seniors. Plannnig the junior-Senior Prom thrust new responsibilities upon us, but the successful outcome of this social affair proved our ability to lead and organize. Being a junior meant not only a step down from the balcony to the main floor in the auditoriumg it meant a step forward in maturity. Next year has to be our best. We will be the Seniors! Q f -.55 N. ,. 94 I 2.4" Z' ty, 7 3, fi a gg H, swf, , nffw-QM, V, 15. 7, ' , wan ...H ,S ,...-K s y ttll ,gpg fa 4 1 89 Snowtime means funtime U E 5 Fila fr E' in 2. ' ' 21. . awe sw, gi xgxggr ai The vigors of a few hours in the' snow exhaust even the heartiest juniors. eii.1 ' P- ' N ." 'Fri fk,: ' . 2 95. at ' eee ' ., ,. W if :a 'Six' .rl Q " ir 1 fe , 1 isasrfnzgiif' B , .. Q ,,... W .... S E S ir it 'L ,I Kr1i,f i Ski-5. Q 'Q -ff 'Q QW? xt 'tim A 1, NJN . Q-, suv-ef K . -rm,-, 11. ,rg .- B I Tim Baum Diane Baxter Brenda Regina Bender Ellen Benson Kathy Benton Edward Bish John Boss Lea Bowers Bednarski Tom Brandt Doug Branson Sue Breakiron Jack Briggs Tom Britten Louis Brown Karen Boyer Rex Buckner Michael Kathy Burrows Mark Carroll Mark Brown Burger for snowbuddies 193 it f QA Fa f- 3 C W i g . ,,, li V-'f , six! N , - 7' Charles Carsgn DHVB C8.I'l1112. Dean Cass MarYAnn ' , f r' ' Chimenti M, .. r- . , . ,f g, f ff .fi f , ,f 4. L . . is i, : - 2 , a 'Q'-as-.K if I 2 X - ,, f. va I X, -f-,fs Us ,X any Isis. 'Y s. v , fi 3, Nik 4 if rfjfygf 1 x 9 f ' s. .Q Q53 K :ilk Q? E j ff r K Q r fm" lk 5 X X' F 5 xx If J JL, ' A, ' if 'ig' li e, a . 'Maxi e 1 i f P as I, ,alive Q Q I s ' x 1 1,5 'Q , ' lx Q sf li, - ,l ' A E 4' , wwf ,-v' K 7' SW : of ' s Q4 N in if if Q . x Q 1 r 9 Q ' is . .v- ' as y . sz '9':t,' 312 -mf m., -. VP- Sled riding provides a delightful outlet for Meg Just a few inches of freshly fallen snow transforms the most sophisticated teen- Merritt and Kay Wolanin. agers into light-hearted children. .1 ' fl '?f:iQ1 ? ' ,ggi 'M C "'-"' -'sw 'S f a, 'Vg 5 s -W iff .J . Mfg' ' 3' - - ... f-ffl' .X Q af W 1 K . k f ii ' X y sssd C C Qlsd s j J M if fa as Q5 r. - .- t--V -N.-rms. as f 4 , a - ,,.. 5 'sa-Q ,- . . ,gg .-24" -' - 'ua X K -3 -. Y -1.5. 2. C 'M H . G f X 2 : ri C' R ' M if 5 1- Q ii as Ncgvf Q S I I' , X '9 'mn james Nancy Dirinda Colley Douglas Richard Barb Costolo Juanita Coffman Collarile N Janet Dacus Conklin Cooney Tim Davis Croasmun Shelley Laurie Rick Danch Gerald Davis Dorothy DeBoe Crockett Curlett 91 Larry DeCecco Kathy DiLuzio Michael Ducato Don Eliason Carol Emmons David Evans Mark Ferra George Floros Keith Fisher an 4 fur' .1 w A H 'IA ss g, ,S 5 'I'here's no lack of enthusiasm as E11ie I-Iolter crams for mid-term exams. stte ' ' ,,Vk I , 7, 5 IV L 4 kkk" jr! I :vt gi ik If M W ,V A study in varying junior moods and attitudes is the subject of this picture. Peggy Fowler Lionel Franklin Boycott ineffective . . . students return V G ,ia X Q ua ff ra T2 elif! , 'W M 'Nj tt A , it sn 1 f " Ui ' , f A K Q f 2 'X " in ! N 'lt , gl 4 tg tm , W 'A ' a s if L 'Qi if F' it ' "T G Q t -3 Lisa Franz Calvin Fryling Jim Fryling Robin Fox Barb Gage Mark Gardner Carrie Gehrlein John Gilewicz Steve Godfrey james Golab Scott Gomersall JoE11en Gore Gail Grandsalski Linda Grappy Leonard Gray Vicki Grayson Teresa Green Sue Grieshober Ed Guerra ja ck Gundrum N ila Gupta fn .aw ! PA! Sara McCall Kim McCracken Carrie McCri11is Lula McCullum Sue MCG1-aw Lynn McLaughlin Shelly McLendon Ronnie McQueen Meg Merritt Mike Mello Michael Merry Dale Meyer Carrie Meyers Sue Milliron June Mims Ken Moore Renita Moyer Suzanne Moyer 96 lil k...-wr i.L.. .Aw ,. ,- fl, k Www I Q31 ,k.. i rkr- 5 'L x E 'N Q5 X 32 -...MSM ar- , W X385 B' Qpnnu-A w A 11 , n S? Q s fir. 1 1 . . I. a f , X 3' mme f 1: 'Sh .fri expertly. g 5 ffl'- in Abhhh J .. fin' .yhb if .Qu I 6 ' julie Neitharner Joyce Nesselhauf james Newlin Toni Nickell Derek Nixon Kathy Oatman Dan O'Con.ner Reggie O'Nea1 Jeanne Ore Stephen Osborn Anne Marie Ott Diana Palicia David Paparelli Steve Paparelli Kevin Paul Greg Peelman Stacey Pratt Maggie Quirk 97 jay Radov Brad Reed Austin Reichert Cheryl Richardson Bertha Ritchie Bill Roberts jean Rogers Dan Roschev Cynthia Rovleau Ceola Russell Nancy Sadler Peter Scantlebury hysical activities Suzanne Moyer, Linda Allen, MaryAnne Chimenti, and Lil Wroblewski practice one of their many routines. ii'ii 1 Befsv Schaaf . Edward sr-.hember ' ' 'S' R R 'Thomas Schriefer 5 , Y, Judy Schueler +b' Q Laura Seman 1 Jeannette Shaffer V 98 displa our versatility ii , f sr . sf .F 'X- wf, - in ff.. 4' Q 'I li 1 fi Y "' L V- eefffsfswe 4 1 1,5 5' ' Qlifw ,z ,, iw 1 '2 ' - a.f5,,.,.5f: a 5 if xi X QR 5 X 5 vii i x ' Q RS 1 1 A kim mf , r ,.., N , J 1. 1 -fr, - . f .gg fi-,fr :sf rr, I ,L ., 1 ,H as X was will 3' mg, Q is 'll BN 13 B A- i E s . .5 H Q 1 A 'WW I rw - , ' K QN P 'K six? S X9 sg! l B 'd , , , ' W Preston Shaffer rghiitley Tami S1ca1:1 Susanne Silva Stacey Pratt gives a casual demonstration of her Rmhelg Dalari Smith ganill Smith Jamfte 5,3131 skills on the trampoline , Skomeqka Barbara ea er Patnck' "AV Stella Smith Snippert Stewart Phyllis Stockebrand Mark Stockhausen Ellen Stright Gloria Summerville Terry Summerville Patricia Sutherland Janice LoCastro successfully masters the balance beam, where coordination is the key. . L Q, 2, 5 xg Mark Tanenbaum Martin Tate Brett Thompson Derek Thompson Linda Thompson Hazel Torain john Truchanowicz Tim Turner Craig Vactor james VanTassel Richard Vasil Braxton Vaughn Elaine Verdecchia William Wagner Bill Wantz Tim Ward Bob Washek Brenda Watkins Ann Weaver Carol Weber 100 ur appetites parallel our energies I' , TY .' N :Q 9'-Q--v i -in e l f' SA X. Q .Q .. p I in 5 N Q L':: xg. www. ' t "l ' ' f Whether eating lasanga or cabbage slaw, Richele Skonieczka remains X the well-mannered young lady, ia ll ' , ,. ,ggi . ' 9 4 iw 1 iv- Ng A ll S I I!!! gs: Ni ,f as 5' 'ff in ,Ss , zz M 4: ll if N 1:17 Q. X Q "" 3 pp 40. a i1WxiQ'fQ N ' Q-las: f W f' if if f la P 9 ' .rl ,Q , ll? KK , " X QL lnp tw is Q, i X. 41 Betty Wells Carla Westergren Linda Whitbread Ethelry Williams Joe Williams Mel Williams , ' v 'X f K f - . . V' f junior Class officers Ken Gustafson, presidentg Elaine Verdecchia, vice presidentg Suzanne Moyer, secretaryg Ellie Holter, treasurer. ii i- Q: . Q if 'ii' A ' A ,L S: .. -3 ,,V: 'J' A 5 2 Deborah Williamson if has Kay Wolanin David Wolfred vi Pattie Wonner f wx 'la Elizabeth Wroblewski Craig Yates Frank Young Karen Zimmerman 101 a -"- 5 fc k A 51 A A i A A , f Q I "Ng + 5 2 A s. "' Lisa Agostino Brenda Alex Lori Allison David Allman Pamela Amon Kris Anderson Angelia Atkinson Darlene Barnes David Barthelmes . Yl aa his 53 an Q. 5 A v . is Yk L ' sn. Y. sq.--P ' we , f 'K' xRK?X Qi' T 3 is 454 F fs? if e1dsl'r A s ssfs sn .,:, Dean Barthelmes Steve Baughman Tammy Beck Rick Betz Deryl Bolton Brian Brewer joe Brigante Brenda Brown Robert Brown 102 Sopho mo res Luck was on our side! The Class of '77 experienced a smooth transition from junior to senior high. We had no problems about being the young- est or most ignorant because this yearwe found ourselves in the "con- fused" middle group. We quickly learned the basics that every Lion must Know- -the architechtural set- up of the four floors with its maze of hallways, the respect due to elder classmen, and the right to assert our seniority over the Freshmen. Contraryto allpredictions, it didn't take long for the "silly, silly soph- omores" to become an integral part of the school. We achieved this by mass participation in all areas of school life--clubs, sports, social events, and academic programs. We now anticipate our new role as juniors. 5 103 Hope Campbell Dan Carey Ray Carr Charles Carson Sean Carter Alan Chaffee Teresa Chandler Denise Clark Patricia Clark Paul Witosky concentrates on answering a difficult test question. 104 Candid camera Lights ! Came fe ' 5 gn C ' MW.: -:w,.ss,1 ,,...x-are .+ my m':"f"zlK?: H . .,.,, ,,.. , W ki N 1 a 5" Q I an ss 45? ' A 3 slew l .Mg is fra 5 Ja ir 5 M N R 1. . W,,..., H. f l Randell Coleman Diane Conant Kim Conway ra ! To janet Earll, Kathy Colley Matt Connolly Sandie Cook catches sophomores off guard C227 sv R-,sf f 4: f-X Q K! 5 6 - L. lk. N if , f X jj, .'Q. I , 1 LE , Qs ' . 1 'H-"i S h s -w X' X1 s I 1. Tv? 'Wx' 5 is f, , of fs :N 5 D " 'N im A s R ' X xx , Pk- 5 ,Q sq s,.s,,, we Vw ' C v 1-so ere Tom D'Albora Rose Dann Rick Darr Fellecia Sue DeMuth Pam DeNardo Teresa DeBerry Kim DiLuzio Michael Dennison john Dougherty Driscoll Bill Dweck Gary Eller 'kv Sue Cooney Brian Corteau - ' Patty Covington -- P Maria Corsi F-1 .I 5 David Cuzzola Sk x6" ' David Czarnecki W 1 I sixty seconds of posing seems more like sixty minutes. Rick Betz enjoys the solitude of his locker. .--"""""- -,...-f-- ,.,.,--1 ll mm Observation invites active part1e1pat1on Lynne Ellis Miche lle Fendrich Don Fioravanti Vanessa Fletcher Terry Ford Allison Foster Sherry Gallagher Jeff Gante Dale Gauslin Shirley George Kim Gehrlein Tom Geib Adrienne Genetti Jeanne Getschow Gregory Giles Darlene Goldstein Fred Gravatt Gregory Graves Ely Gray Caren Grayson Leslie Gregor 106 Kathy Faley Jerry Figurski Iinda First Academy's magnificent basketball trophy case impresses Dean Barthelmes .sam-1.219-. X. is U r in ..,. . ,lm .,, .t,,gtr, ,: ,ir .,e,s,:xW.. eeig fl' S? ttt G ' ii' N Q ,Q 4 s ik fx i f 1 8 W3 is , s R X. W we if 5. iii? 5 M A 5 in ' Z N if -e 1 gg rr to W ga sf -1 f' ! A W 5. N:,': Q X 5 4. 'Q sf 'i gr ibm-' :Q xi John Grenaway jeffrey Harayda Gordon Hutchison Lynne Guagliardi Becke Hein Steven Hyzer Douglas Hall Phil Herman Carolyn James Klimow has it. , I 'R fy- K 2 K A r Q N I" ' ' ' X: X my few-n ' - .wir , .x v, Wm I my Lavon Hamilton Dale Hevner Becky Jensen -. 'Q . .., xx s it , N 'S ' , r W ev NX -sp 1 '63 . "" -'-115i'15EE:1 1 . 1-f s its 1 1' X 4 g N il? t or r S A jeff Hancock Mark Hill Cynthia Annette johnson Johannes fia t ',f 5,...a 1 .-,. is oo.. is t X fa ' ww X , , ? iw x N X i F' ' 'X f ,. f . 1' Timothy Harris Denise Hunter Brenda Johnson B B ni B 1 -' :YQ-M: V -g. ., sf' x gn ' V ,L ,. r lr, K 1-if "i " . i.,-1' A-,,,.,-11-1 D-Aff - . A sm f1L " fi ' .'-a t ' 3 Z: ' " -... i A A Christel Frank johnson Greta johnson Shirley Johnson Johnson Tim Johnson Bill Joint . u Tim Johnson Bruce Kaufman Lisa Kaufman Call it attention span or concentration, Scott patty Ka lie Diane Jordon Robbin Kennedy w-:ya 4 ik, Vl.V - K x , . L,lA. Time is so metimes irrelevant in-' Scott Klimow Paul john Klochak Lichtenwalter Alice Lindner Carol Tina McGill McCril1is Gina Koffman Cyrus Lindsey Brian McKee Linda Laird Matt Marchini Christine McLaughlin S K ll ' Ciiis e ey Randy Kimmel Egg? Kmdle Lauderbaugh Juneieq Lewkowicz Deanna Marx Jav 351 jackie Manus Donald McQueen - 'di' 'i -' i ,e.dd Coleen Medina Kelly Merchant 108 '35 91 n N . The empty stairway offers temporary sanctuary fo? Don McQueen, Curtis Vaughn, and Judy Shur. . ,... ,, px , K gf, V' . :gb . igeesrrvri, k ' 'ww f f'?f?1-P ., , r 1 , X r are f' X X just wearing a sombrero suggests siesta time to Elaine Semenoff. ,sssss sssss . ssssfs ss y l s ,if Y Sa a . N john Pytlarz Brian Pee lman Mark Petruso Shirley Petti joe Pontillo Paul Pontillo Michelle Rendrick Delorse Ritchie Darryl Rogers Barb Miller Gloria Morgan Cheryl Morrow Rebecca Mott Nada Moyak Joe Mureo Bud Nelson Lin Niederriter Brenda Noble John O'Brien Tim Pacy Marilou Parco Darryl Parker Kim Parker 109 Everything about Academy At the beginning of Period 6, s Anthony Rose Gerald Rose Cheri Rouse Albina Sabatine Shawne Salvage Paul Scanzillo Debbie Schaaf A sl ,,i'e 1 J xkVif f,27 1- :Meena fE?s3aP,- , - if-71232 fa my Q X , ene an I S QB en.. X David Schillinger Mark Schnars 110 A-'f K i t - Q w2.. ,1zw -1fss'- - ' 4 -, ff , ophomore twirlers assemble daily in the twirling room. Witnessing opposing teams go down in defeat before the mighty Lion Cagers no longer excites Kris Anderson. QW wif nik sr eaarrs s ia V ' -- , X K .I ti ..,, . .3 intrigues us J, Sai, X 5 E Ii, M, ,::, K J , if , - A fl At least until the 2:55 announcements are made, Steve Godfrey finds his I. S. S. text interesting, i 2 ' '-b " ' - ' v lnin Linda Scott David Schneider Elaine Semenoff Greg Sesler Robin Shoop Nancy Shutts Georgean Smith Debbie Sohl , ii. ... ACAQEM am-rs 1 , Basikmgw .95 ll ik . I lllihln nl :mx in-.lb :::....: SON 1 I S 59125 5 , . , 5 H, A mn ww S f mn vu: K . ll lil Q it ll . ill! La Wim kdflfvei' Kelly Merchant proudly writes the score of one of the basketball contests with riva B 1 Cathedral Prep. Francis Spearman Kenneth Steele Patty Steinhauer Darla Stuart Carol Summerville Debbie Swiencki 111 Debbie Tate Bill Thompson Sara Thompson Cheri Truchanowicz Mike Twillie Jeff Vactor Curtis Vaughn Kirk Vincent Lisa Vomero Steve Waddell Mike Walls David Walters Sarge Wassel 112 Each is important- L at f' f 'qv Bw 'Q 'W hx' Lab work finished, Biology 10 students engage in light-hearted conversation. 1 W 'f 4 "-N. Intent on subj ect matter, Kathy Faley concentrates on what ap- pears to be an interesting text. self. . .leisure . . .work Competent and industrious, Debbie Schaaf crops pictm-es for the ACADEME. ,,.,..---' i ...al , .. 7' - 'Ns Bernadine je anne Zollner ' if iw jay Masi's neatly shagged hair style and flashy shirt represent today's fashion trend among sophomore boys. A1 Wehan Lana Wilcox Dan Williams Phyllis Williams Robert Winslow Paul Witosky Ron Witosky Cas Wolanin Patricia Young 11 ii1 ' A if 1 d x 9' 5 s it ggi is N gp, K1 'WK'-v Leslie Adams Joyce Anderson Bruce Asbury gggyigjggfn Dana Anderson Buena Steve Argenv Atkinson Alex Baldi vga 'U I W xx 14 'ii 5 agar g k - t. 'EQ J E: if , ZQ ' A . ' 1 Q, A 2, ' jf ? ,, Alvin Bamett Connie Bean Christine Bihler 114 .. Q.. ,-. H '::,. , S W' ,-r R W? in - . k.:.,,L: ,t . K f s ,QQ E e up 0 1. . .5435 I Karen janet Bayktust Baughman Mary Benson Jodi Beck Mark Brandt Kathy Borland :pg 2 . Q 6 ,A-iii ' -Ar...,am, - sk. Fresh men 'F AX For the first time in many years a Freshmen Class invaded the halls of Academy. We were shy at first but in a few weeks our "freshness" wore off and we learned how to cope with the problems of attending a four- year senior high. Thanks to the EEA. strike and suspended calendar, up- perclassmenwere either too scarce or too busy to heckle us. We exper- ienced many "firsts" in 1975: pur- chasing a 200 -page yearbook, buying at school newspaper, and backing a Lion championship basketball team. We chose our own electives, enjoyed music during lunch, and thundered "Freshman Battle Cry" from the third balcony. There will be many other initial experiences awaiting us during the next three yearsg but for now, the best way to describe our feelings is to say we're glad Acad- emy is our school. 115 Spirit en gulfs neophytes ,,,.H, ,. X 'Q Q ' .Jw : ig .. K i g-5 ,'-: X... E X ,r rr 1. nge K ' 1 X Bw f' .s 'Q X' S as r ,Q , Q3 , , ff? 3 My I Gary Brown Rhona Brown x ri 1. . X Doug Briggs Gary Briggs David Jane Janice Burrows Dale Carr Phyllis Carr Mary Carroll Barbara Carter Chandler Chitester Jim Clark Robert Clauser Chris Cleaver David Coffman Deborah Colbert 1 Tina Collins Robert Conklin Debbie Coverdale Mary Covington yah , ,-:f,.',N f- ' . Cherrie Curry e i f Q Q' 5 L I john Curry g ':" L . . i ' K W K A im' 1 116 Everyone knows how Lisa Kennedy feels about Academy. Balcony cheers are led by freshmen cheerleaders jane Chitester and Cheryl Meyer. ,QW M a 5 ff:,', , J,f V ,,. f nv- X I 0 1 ,md ,.,, fy, 4 ' . J 4' QW MQ? Ronald Cuzzola james Dacus Bob Damewood Robert D'Aurora Tom Davenport Virginia Davis Jimmie Davison David DeFazio Maretto dejong U Cherie DeMichele Stephanie DePalma Cindi Dietsch Helen Dodick Colleen Dombrowski Connie Dunn Dorri Du.nn John Dunn Darrel Dunston Robert Dweck David Earl Janet Earll Julie Eliason Mark Eller Ron Ellis 117 And what is your viewpoint, Dan Schaaf? Werner Garben Jimmy George Max Gonzales Lori Goodwin Billy Gordon Rachelle Goudy Willie Graham Elizabeth Gray Dorothy Green Coleen Gregory Bill Grucza Jeff Grzegorzewcki Nishi Gupta Lawauna Hansbrew jeff Harden Robin Harvey Kim Hasbrouck Rick Hawkins 118 We find , ' Qi X 14 .. 2 w 'L , - ' ' Mu i Carolyn Erhart Nancy Figurski Frank Fosco ks.. w-W, rx 7' Debbie Evans Carren Falcone Martin Florine Gerald Floros Cathy Francis Ronald Francis if 21 ,' i H i. f , , M R , Y' x g G 1 W' Chris Falcone Pam Ford Ron Gaertner er. gf , mfg one , , ., 3? ,T ?X X 1: dvi' la. R x It I A diverse uses for reading matter K H! 1 W ii i 4-s Q a. - fl f. ' syn ' X M i -- fry 1 we D wi- K " : Q :-115 , gi- gs 1, 1.-, 1 ,. Q- .f:pQ!. u s :XS Tflfn' is ' 0 . Vw,-3 gig , . . QW!! . 1 if" M rar 5-xg? 1' 5.rs,",,",-1 g , y ' H. 1 ,Kas y 1 I Q Q fa u X X , , is .P Q 4 3 . 5:7 I.. .K L so f- . , K ff? H . Vbby A , 1 S 4' it N251 1 .Q 3 .. ' ' ' fffsW?fig5.:: g ' e I 'EVMQSSE , Z if X ' . t nl, Deborlene De lvon Anita Henley it 5:35 .3 tx I Q- mg, , ,, sz Q 3 m 2 X B1-ad Heiple Henderson Lisa Herman Mamie Holman Hom Diiisssfsfzzst Temf My Jem 101-new Mike Johnston Debra Tones .J-Ffltclfisgli , Kalozeras Alisa Kennedy Wendy Kenny Tanya Simmons and Anita Henley patiently Wait for Mrs. Caldwell to check out their books. Denise Hough Dwight johnson Loretha Keyes Caria Kimball Beclqr King Kelli Kitts Edith Knight Toni Jean Knox Susan Kolb 119 ourishment-liquid or sohd Having spent his money on a raffle ticket, Ja Pearson ponders on his sad state. 11165 A 'T '?'Z?f???i-L. Debbie Konkol Karen Kramer Annie Larkin Lisa Kowalewski Dave Lashinsky Chris Laughner When thirsty boys, D. Anderson, D. Curry, and H. Darr, guzzle gg: 'R . 5 Cindy Kramer Peggy Lasko Diana Lepo Nancy Leroy Darlene Lesser Jeanne Lieder Stephen Lind Lydia Liniewicz Kim Mallin Melody Manges Doug Mansfield Fred Martin 120 . 'E ' e E H.. becomes class status ',...,.-..-. SF' 'fxfii-. '1'. 1: E Q QE? 'Linda Martin f f M 4 1 , .'--. .. 'Q x r ,- J wr X 'fi-.13 Q Mayexs Cindy Mazzo Pat McCaffer1:t Maureen Rosemarie Corrine McCall McC all cola from Disney cartoon glasses , the world becomes okay. Mccfacken Darrel Paw! McDonald McCu11um X if' x 5 X Wars .Ar- QM e co Q 1 do 1 u ffzvfwyit ,Bm ,tif 5 1 'f if zz? me K 4 . ,mx E r aw L ' Q ww ,R c K 'X x Cx X jg, f jr .dv-fe 31 sfx C . M .. A ggi . Debra McLaughlin Eileen McLaughlin Mary McLaughlin Claudette McQueen Chuck Mellott Cheryl Meyer Paul Michali Mary Mims Dina Monteveccio 'Theresa Montgomery Germaine Moore Roberta Mott Mary Munson Robin Noonan Lori Ortiz Laura Ostrowski Becky Overmoyer Patty Overmoyer 121 ndoors or outdoors the game is important Steve Palimore jim Pancunak Rob Parker James Pearson Cheryl Peebles Theresa Pianka ,. ' ,X H I 5 Future grandmasters, Steve Argeny and Tim Schaaf, refine their playing techniques. F E245 "fn Rita Alvin Pulliam Ira Quinn Provencial Robert Donna Rogers Cheryl Robinson Robinson 122 Sylvester David Ricks Kristie Roberts Quinn Mary Ryan Tammy Randy Slorino Rothermel Lib' A-ET' or Q' rrrf Q Q' ,-,' ,, l"' , George Pifer Bill Powell Michele Pritchard Barbara Robinson Chuck Schaaf W 1 We 5328 1. Q Mamie Spearman Collin Startem David Stepp Mary Strange john Stuart Sharon Tarver Homer Tate joe Tedesco David Thomas 124 2? 0 Clarinetlsts Phyllis Williams, Karen Baughman, Maretta dejong, Brad Heiple, Robert Dame wood, and Christie Roberts practlce daily Paula Thompson Margie Thurston Kevin Trotter Karen Truchanowicz Michael Turner at ,M 4 f Q .rAv'v:g's:, -' : - s L 5 13 . J Renai Twyman Gregory Vaughn Rita Verdecchia Gail Vincent l in flag. l , tl Dale Carr, Phyllis Carr, Karen Watkins, and Debralean Hender- son enjoy observing this wise old bird. Dave Wade Brenda Ward 'Mark Warnaka Gordon Walk Martha Ward MargaretWard 535 'QI isiii ,sas V. N Jem' Wuenschel Jim Young Karen Zeiber Brenda Zimmerman Billy Watkins Karen Watkins Karen Watson Linda Weaver Jean Wells Deborah White Diane Whitney Deborah Williams Roberta Williamson Mike Wolfe Merle Wood 125 1 21 au.-u.. 4- .4 Nw... M up .U u n , R V1 JZ M + ,M V. W I-, s' we .za 1 1 if fn. M... ww, A...- I!!! sports Batmen capture city and Darb Mannix titles Hurler Rick Macer fires a perfect strike. Kneeling: M. Stanton, J. johnson, G. Gaither, S. Demuth, C. Abbey, J. Harayda, Mgr. D. Fuhrman, J. Honard. ROW 2: Coach Servero, J. Coleman, M. Rafolowski, T. Cacchione, R. Rugare, C. Lepo, K. McCa1eb, Coach Petrianni. ROW 3: J. Boss, D. Andrews, R. Macer, G. Muth, T. Klochak. 128 Lead-off batter John Coleman connects, singling into right field, Academy's Baseball Team had its most successful season in many years. Coach Servero's batsmen compiled a 7-4 record in city play and a 7-6 slate in metro action. Overall the mighty Lions tallied 16 Wins and 8 losses. Behind sparkling fielding plays and the power of the Lionbats, Acad- emywon the City Series Champion- ship and the post season Darby Man- nix Tournament. In the final game, Mark RafoloWski's superb fielding and Rick Macer's pitching gave the Lions their proud victory. Leaving the team Will be All-City men Mark Rafolowski and Craig Ab- bey. Other Seniors leaving include Pete Carter, Rick Macer, and Steve Demuth. Returningjuniors are All- City players Ron Rugare and john Coleman. rw First baseman Craig Abbey stretches and makes the catch for an out. Blasting a long shot to center field, Mark Rafolowshi starts for first base. Lions recapture City and Section Titles "Skying" is the name of the game as Lions Darrell Walters and Jim Bolden pull down this rebound in unison. yy itn is . ,,i siii iifrr eeai ' , is ' i ttiiii lsrrtOPP011enE, Northeast P if 63 . 'Bishop Ludden g+,64 For the second consecutive year y Bishop Loughlin b Coach Lou DiBacco's Lions ran up Earth a 19-5 record as they made their Way ea into PIAA competition. Having Won Prep - . . . t-" fr -'1V Q , City and Section titles, Lion cagers finally met defeat in Western Re- . -:,-1' gionals at the hands of undefeated Bishop Uniontown. High man Walt Clark East . - . . isrse f 5147 amassed 434 points. Following, in if 62 scorers Pee Wee Bolden 13951, jeff no Tech 27 Qu1nnt32 85, Francls Spearman C2 045, and Darrell Walters 412 69- Mc Acaderny's big three, Walt Clark, Pee Wee Bolden, and Jeff Quinn, be- gg came unanimous choices for this f lrti 11 year's first City-County All-Star ,PC iltiy ilt' so an W Game. Academy's Coach DiBacco 'Vf'Il eyig yy t'e ' will be coachingthe City standouts. cllll j itcit lttl l P A determined Walt Clark slips past an East defender to com lete P a perfect drive. Radar begins to set in as Jeff Quinn makes his move to the hoop. Going high for his famous "Dr-. J. " jumpshot, Lion center Jim W' ""- r ' 's-' ' ' "Pee Wee" Bolden scores easily. PR DE Standing L-to-R: Coach DiBacco, D. Andrews, D. Walters, J. Bolden, W. Clark, K. Gustafson, Coach Severo. Kneeling: C. Johnson, F. Spearman, J. Quinn, D. Hobson, W. Jordan. 131 i 9th Lion Freshman Basketball became an innovation in the Academy sp orts' program this year. Under Coach jer- ry Mifsud, the opening season was a partial success, with the team rol- ling up a 4-6 record. Poo Poo Iohn- son led the team in scoring. Matt McCallister led in rebounding. Bottom Row: Coach Misfud, D. Thomas, S. Harden, D. johnson, S. Pali- more, D. McCullen. Top Row: I. Pearson, G. Briggs, F. Martin, J. Davidson, M. McCallister. 'YN ' 6 , R s J 6 ' Standing: D. Walters, L. Henton, G. Jordan, R. Coleman, R. Carr, D. Bolton, Coach McDonald. Kneeling: R. Witowski, P. Witowski, I. Con- nors, G. Winston, M. Twilly, E. Gray, P. Lichtenwalter, I. Vactor. 132 .V. splits to two teams I 10th I Academyj. V. 'sfellto a disappoint ing last place in city and section strife. Overall, they compiled a 3-13 record under Coach McDon ald. Dave Walters led the team in scoring and rebounding to pace the Lions. Mike Twilly and Paul Lich tenwalter became floor generals. 1 .wan ' ft.'f'2ss:ifsimwe'2e2fffifts ..,,,,.,,,,m,,. , ,,U,,,p?s,i ,fawws Ac adern ji . ..,,. , ,,,,, , ,,..,, nf..,,..1a..g.aawgvgga:4. ' 1 V 'a,, 6 , ,..,.,..... 168, ?E?Pf 4 fy ,,,, , i gf ,,f' , 531 f . 46 .4 yotc 4 ,'.l 55 4 48 ' 61 35 ' 44 45 39 12 ,, M, .' I c lyIeDowe11 teena gf.: ' ,. x'75:mXe-mt . M.. Qiiiflilliiiifgiib ,, A Opveeent - Li 64 1 .,, varies . 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'.'.'.'.g.g.g.g 3.3.34 :2:2:2-I:I11:2:iz1:1:212:1zIzIz1:1:I:I:I:1:2:I:3:I:I:5:I:I:3:3:5:i:I:I:I:I:3:1:?:?:?:?:?:E:?:E:Y:f:?.-r-: -:2E?:'1?25.-':2-flfl:IE!-fl:-.-:-52535222225Elziilfi?-53f3f2f325.f.e " With eyes directed toward the D0cket. Linda Crede delivers the ball. Academy' s Intramural Bowling Team enjoyed an exciting season of bowl- ing at the Eastland Lanes. The League, sanctioned by the American junior Bowling Congress, met every Thursday. Dave Czarnecki, standout for the boys, gathered high game 42385, high series 46213, and high average 41695. Carol Konieczki end- ed the season with high average for the girls 413453 Jeanne Rogers had high game 42281. One interesting ob- servation is that all of the bowlers increased their averages during the season, some as many as 15-20 points. Coach: Miss P. Berger .rf-.mangas 23 k ,S - 3 Q 4 s itll Bottom Row: 1. Getschow, C. Konieczki, L. Crede, E. Kelley. Middle Row: K. Henning, B. Thompson, C. Harrick, N. Geertson, D. Hartman. Top Row: R. Clauser, L. Allen, M. Merry, D. Glupski, D. Czarneclci. 133 Harriers outrun by foes Kneeling: P. Witosky, M. Montefiori, D. Witosky, I. Hirsch, R. Mantsch, M. Nowotny, C. Schneider. Standing: Coach Clausmtzer, G. Eller, T. Allue, G. Hilliard, P. Anderson, D. Adams, M. Burger, J. Harayda, L. Griffis. Before the East meet, Mark Montefiori does his usual ritualistic warm-up. ,W '-V N The Cross Country Team ran to a disappointing2-6 city slate and end- ed the season with a 5-7 overall. Seniors Lee Griffis and Mark Mon- tefiori Set the Lion pace with Griffis finishingfirst in most of the meets, with Montefiori not far behind. A11 of our wins were shutouts over Gi- rard, Saint Marks Ctwiceb and East Qtwicej. ' Harriers placed fifth in Section Meet and eighth in District Meet. Coach Clausnitzner has a host of runners returning in the fall. Junior Lions show talent . , z T 'M' ' ' " The Lions J. V. Football team com- piled a 3-5 record under Coaches DaNias and Xethakis. The Lion Cubs won 3 out of their first 4 games, but failed to hold their Winning Ways as they lost their last 4 games. Making their Way to the varsity ranks next year will be promising players such as Mark Petrus o, Dean and Dave Bar- thelmes, Ray Carr, Francis Spear- man, Eli Gray, Dave Wade, nad Ran- dall Coleman. With this vast Wealth of talent coming in next year, Acad- emy will surely be back! The blitz on, Eli Gray throws the East quarterback for a loss. um... ,1 Am Bolftom ROW: R' Wild: Q- Meuoftg E- Gray, Dv. Barthelmes, S. Collins, Dn. Barthelmes, D, johnson, D. Wade, B, Mo.. Ee E:3riZs'niR1C5W:VAGa Brlgg, 3. Bainelgt, Ja PeebIlZs,PK. Vincent, D, I-Iammonds, S. jaycox, T. D'A1bora, R. Coleman, ' I ' ul' ra' P 9W3 - avi S011 . e'CrUSO S. Klimow R. C F. S M. McA11't . H - nock, F. Gregory, A. Wehan, Coach Xethakis,, Coach Danihs. , an, Pea-rman, ls er, J an 135 Academy is back! Great blocking up front sends Lmeman Greg McGee lends a hand as Dave Andrews Sprints into the end zone. Trojan efforts fail to deter Under new head mentor Jon Chris- tensen, Academy finished the sea- sonwitha 3-6 record. For the first time in many years, the Lions had an offense that had to be reckoned with. Led by the powerful arm of quarterback Dave Andrews, "Player of the Year" for 1974, the Lion of- fense came alive. Andrew's favorite targets were receivers Ron Rugare, Archie Page, and Steve Barney, whom he consistently used to befuddle op- posing defenses. The backfield com - bination of jeff Quinn, john Coleman, and jim Wolf proved to be the work- horses of the Academy ground at- tack. Linemen standouts Prince Mohley, Greg McGee, Willie Car- ter, Tim Cacchione, Ken Gustafson, and jim Bolden led the Lion charge up front to make Academy a poten- tial powerhouse. '27-E -1-mx At the Edinboro Culbertson Hills Golf Club, John Tedesco emerged the lone city golfer to advance to the state fi- nals at Penn State. For his many achievements during the season, john also collected the "Mr. Golf" title. John Boss garnered the "Most Im- proved Player" award. Tedesco and Dave First had the most points with 39, Mark Chaffee had 38. Concentrating intently, john Boss rolls in a putt. Finding himself facing a hazard, Mark Chaffee studies the shot he will have to hit. One successfulputt is a11Dave First needs to tie up the score. in ksters swing to second place Kneeling: M. Chaffee, P. Lichtenwalter, D. Schillinger, R. Marchini, J. Tedesco. Standing: G. Liebel, K. Gehrlein, - M. Sokoloff, D. First, J. Tedesco, I. Boss, Coach Flinn. MCE- in pf?-fi, if 1 'Q 'f W5 , F3252 Z'. ? Q QW? Mei iw: Sam .k 4' fl jail HM' is f ,JV if f' Yi f-25+ 4 rfwffifi .14 was F 2111, ,F e M 42 92 ig nz- W f ,g QZIQIISDIS FV 5 ,la 4 1' ache if 'iii 4. HC HC 2 fi. 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Carroll paced the city in goals, at- taining a city record of 54, While Keith Beckett became the team's second leading scorer. Muth turned back shot after shot to aid the Water- polo Team to their best career record. Poloists place third Guiding Academy waterpoloists to victory, All-City goalie Greg Muth blocks the opponent's shot. Sitting L-to-R: D. Hammer, J. John, B. Brewer. Standing: M. Ferra, D. Meyer, Coach Macey. On diving board: J.Van- Tassel, B. Washek, J. Salorino, D. Stiles, S. Soltis, K. Beckett, M. Carroll. 140 Consistency marks netmen's game .za . i Q Ns., . f- -was .ans . 't' 4 Av-Q "7 TMQU1. mi, gl K s..k i, W Hlaving just smashed a volley into the corner, jerry Tanenbaum anticipates his opponent's next move. ? si ag? us is.. LJ K -ii fin-nl' e-ti..euu Jhiiihnit Boys Tennis Team, led by Coach McDonald, volleyed to second place in City and Section with 5-3 and 7-3 slates respectively. Howie Levin and jerry Tanenbaum, first and second on the team, lent their powerful support in amassing points. Acad- emy should fare well with starters Howie Levin, .jim Golab, Karl Koe- nig, and Neil Leroy returning next year. aa f f f- or W QQM 3 gf! gif M Qs gf MA, ifayg .9 Acgdmnigg ff M y Z if gf f 7554215 4' J gg? E2.Sf A 43 f aff avg' f 9-Wi 1 ,536 4' 'iw' McDowell East Tech Vincent Prep 6 McDowell 1 57? W I e , 5 A , H f f ,. Qin f - , A , .,,. ,d ef ' St' E'.a,f4f.,f, f - ,,,.,i,.,,.,W, ,. .4 ,g i , Na - ' 4 'wax W1M""fl 75" w Zizvwzifmi if-'VfS',e'f ' , ff ,E .J ., " Q1 ' WW V . I , 3. ?P1' v it iz 5 . 4.2 I f . V it Surf' Kneeling: H. Levin, I. Tanenbaum, J. Newlin, L. Musarra. Standing: K. Koenig, I. Golab, N. Leroy, B. Lugenbeal, M. Tate, G. Long, Coach McDonald. ,ye 141 Jeff Quinn forges ahead of Charles Carson and Terry Summerville in the 100 yd. dash. 5, me , A ',,3.JL,i r , L - . -Q,4"i7g.yfI,nmf g ' QQ- f , ,, ,Q A, . ff. m',.i2,f?i ,Q ' " wgxw., 'i 5 , , fm- Qgffsffmiw 4- M smgy . -.n Qui- 4, 1 -,751 Epi 3 i--,,.gQ'f,ipjfLy,V With muscles flexing, Tom Amidon hurls the discus successfully. 142 Inexperience hinders cindermen In the 110 yrd. high hurdles, Jim Wolf maintains a slim lead. With the cancellations of the Fair- view, Girard, and Northeast meets, the boys' track team struggled to a 1-5 ledger. Led by Coach Morgan, the cindermen excelled in the 100 yard dash, hurdles, distance, pole vault, and javelin. Pat Fioravanti achieved the greatest fe at 0 the year with a spot in city annals, setting the pole vault record with a jump of 12' 3f4". Sprinters Jeff Quinn, Charles Carson, and Chip Johnson ran foes ragged with terrifying speed in the 100 yd. dash. jim Wolf led the Lion charge in hurdles While Mark Griffis and Vince Palmer uti- lized their talent running distance. Rich Gustafson hurled the javelin in his efforts to help the team. With Quinn, Carson, johnson, Wolf, Tim Allue, Willie Carter, and other top prospects returning, Coach Morgan should possess a strong team in 1975. Kneeling- T. Summerville D. Rupert R Gustafson C C . D-. Th s Q . . , . a1son,.J. Wolf, E. Johnson J. Hirsch A. Tate L. Griffis J. 3352? K. Becilggsoga' 13V3igjHeI'MRrEvgifEgZo.KCo1a5ch.Morga.n, Q. Fioravanti, M. Monteiiori, M. liurger, D.,Baker, B. , 3011, R. Mantsch ir. Allue L ,Barthelme ' V' Paiws' J' Frylmg' R' Woifef R' McQueen- Standing: L- Tate, P- Ander- Himard' : , . S, . a mer, J. Scott, T. Amidon, J. Jones, J. Gilewicz, M. McCracken, G. 143 Lions sink to disappointing season Finishing with a 0-9 season, the Academy Swim Teamtrailed in Met- ro League competition. Despite their winless efforts the Swim Team set 4 individual records and one relay record. Setting new standards were Keith Beckett, Mark Carroll, Bob Washek, andarelay team consisting of Beck- ett, Washek, Scott Soltis and Dave Hammer. Beckett set new records in 100 yd. backstroke and the 60 yd. freestyle. In the 50 yd. freestyle Carroll established a new standard, while Washek became the fastest Erieite in this event. Opponent Vincent iiiii -1229 Prep . 0 ' if V159 ffTech,A .,,, ,,,. f - t g 30 Fairview 55 ' g Q58 - Harborcreek 92f irfat ,VJ .,t S26 McDowell t fsti' 5 8- i f '1tf' 51 Iroquois '95 . K .66 , - .Northeast 95' r ' Utilizing his talent in a backdive, Jim Fryling displays Olympic grace and form. Kneeling L-to-R: S. Gomersault, S. Soltis, B. Washek, C. Vaughn, J. Fryling. Standing: D. Hammer, G. Liebel, G. Ses ler, B. Brewer, Coach Macey. 144 Grapplers advance their talent Standing: Coach Hayes, J. Honard, M. Merry, C. Ackerman, C. Heberle, K. Kuhn, P. Michali, G. Davis, P. Fiorvanti, Coach Kaliszewski. Kneeling: J. Coleman, T. Schriefer, E. Jones, J. Learn, T. Summerville, D. Bai-thelgmes, S. Jaycox. l l 1 In a crucial meet against Prep, Dave Chandler controls his opponent. , ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,, ..W.L,.,, Q I, , , ,WW ,,,.,. ..,7,:.,,..,7..i,,V .,..,,, H i '......n-..-! 4 2 , 'Wi' Q ' i, W,m..:i The referee awards Ernie Jones a two-point takedown against his opponent. Ac adem Opponent A A 1 V4 W f 7 ' an n 0 i a . f ,,, " N ' y ,, ,,,, 39 ' 64 f f nc ent M ii 37 Although our Wrestling team showed improvement over previous years, it compiled only a 2-8 slate. Outstanding grapplers were junior Tom Schriefer, 132 lbsg senior John Coleman, at 167 Ibsg and Ernie Jones, 138 lbs. Both Schreifer and jones placed second in the city tournament and districtplaywhile Coleman cap- tured third in the district competi- tion. With these three superb Wres- tlers, Academy gained new respect in all of their meets. We congratu- late Coach Hayes for his determina- tion to make a small team a conten- der. 145 A ' -2-MMD em f, - N - 7-33. WV ,-,,..,,'V Y 1, , . ' ' . is Lil Wroblewski checks her stance for the shot put. Using all her strength, Lil pushes herself 'to win for Academy ,sis ii: Tami Sicari positions herself for the throw. 146 Cindercttes stride to second place Coached by Miss Stamm, Girls' Track Team ran 8 exciting meets, 4 ending victoriously. Besides hav- ing the outstanding Debbie Tate, an 8th grade record breaker from Wil- son, and Lilly Wroblewski, a junior one mile runner, the team ended an undefeated 880 medley relay which Went as far as Oil City in the State Finals. The one major .change in the field events was the exclusion of the jayelinbecause it was declared dan- gerous. Victory in sight, Jan Malecki anticipates her next move Sitting: B. Konzel, J. Shaffer, J. Malecki, D. Mussina, L. Naylor, K, Warnaka, N. Moyak. Standing-Row 1 A Stuart, M. Chimente, L. Cook, E. Holter, T. Sicari, K. Osborn, J. W1-oblewski, B. Blair, C. Levine, B. Coleman, M Kapsar, D. Tate, M. Kapsar, J. Bartone. Row 2: M. McCracken, K. Oatmen, B. Snippert, L. Arcenas, B. Costolo, L Wroblew Skl, A. Moyak, P. Brandt, B. Chitester. Academy girl athletes have really come a long Way, introducing this yeara girls' golf team, coached by Miss Zawacki. Our team, Winning 2 and losing2 matches, took second place in City Series. Prize athletes Jan LoCastro and Linda First en- tered PIAA finals at University Park but failed to place. Talented novices Cmainly underclassmenl means the return of most of the team next sea- son. Girls liberate the greens Coach Zawacki, 1. Kubeja, J. LoCastro, L. First, R. Skonieczka. With only two feet to the cup, Linda First lines up tt. Richele Skonieczka prepares for a precise drive down the a pu- fairway , K 148 Girls take metro league title Marie Kapsar, jan Malecki, and Joanne Bartone execute a superb re- turn during practice. 1 "We're number one!" chanted the Volleyball team as they beat Mercy- hurst for the Metro League title. Led by Gabi Gokert, captain, and seniors Jan Malecki, Joanne Bar- tone, and Marie Kapsar, the girls took City Series with a 6-2 slate. Thanks to Gabi, our girls learned many new Volleyball skills. l Team Captain Gabi Gokert warms up before a game. WF3 Clockwise: G. Gokert, D. Tate, M. Kapsar, M. Kapsar, J. Bartone, J. Malecki, T. Chandler, P. Young, B,Co1eman, M. Baker, T. Sicari, T. Collins, C. Summerville, N. Moyakg not pictured, K. Watkins. Netters prove eo mpetence on the courts Led by Linda Crede, Cindy Johan- nes, and Cindy Schwabenbauer, the Girls' Tennis Team ended the sea- sonwith 6 Wins and 8 losses. Cindy Schwabenbauer made it to District 10 semi-finals. Mr. and Mrs. I. Mussara made an effective coach- ing team. is-is twiki is in .51 from-ss .E V' me 3 iw 65555 Iroquois 5 Vmeent East Mercyhurst McDowell St ,Ben i ercyhurst' 'W mcent oqudisi fe he M iiff or 'WWW is s 3 :ff ' w I 5 ' Q ' ' ' ' it H ' ' ' Cindy Schaubenbauer takes the lead as she follows through with a ' ' I I ' ' smashing return. 'fEi:""fHM Nfl' k'vii' IISHCYKI KL "' Q' 21352 "II f"":'g5:'l"iA'5'H:'n f "" -, 5: ' . f ,.r 4-,x ee. sw, -Q-'sf Q e - - -.sc s, f 22 "-'. vsrsswliw- - - S .-T' -K f4's" s14 fs - .- kr, - 4.s:frm..f... rf ' -- fr' ., ' iss. f kh - 4 ' 1 - Q' " ' St-' i - -6. yyys ts, , -Zi kk,, g ,,,,,, V. . in Q, ,L .,,' , i.-., limi-N , ..,, W4 .,,,,,, gs, M K ,pi 'els 7.:-. .,,.,,,. I-ciflm f - A ----'- ' 'f-wf K V '-,,, :ff-t .',- z WN NT Y 5 we , 4 at 55. --W', g ' wig f 1 3 - nfs, ff-- 2 V 1 ,',- Kneeling: L. Crede, C. Johannes, J. Getchow, M.Mussara. Standing: C. Prior to starting her serve, Linda Crede Schaubenbauer, K. Hasbrouck, M.Benson, Coach Mussara. is interrupted by the photographer. 150 Girls' Swim Team participated in 8 meets this year. Unfortunately, due to a late start and lack of interest and participation, the team was ex- tremely small. The girls pulled through, even though their record stood as 0-8. Many of our swimmers placed in these competitions. Out- standing member of the team was Linda Cook with a fifth place over- all in District 10 Competition. Academy ' ' O X , Strong Viijcent ' W, 'T Tech ltyy WFai pit ii ' H 0 Bk ' 10 A Gilard C 111. T C e MCD0 ,-..- A " I1-oq110 Qf 'ii V.,' A 5 -,,f -MAH .No 1 W, In ' W, I Y It tylt I ittn ttnlt v 'tti f T i Sitting: Cheri Morrow, Mary Williams, Jeannette Shaffer, Martha Baker. Standing Donna Hlifka, Linda Cook, Marty Tupiiza, Jean Leider, Coach Comstock. Girls ight to stay afloat During a Tech swim meet, Linda Cook, in lane 2, positions her start. I Linda Cook stretches into a perfect dive. 151 Girl hoopsters prove equality J. V. Team: Standing: Kim Mallin, Janet Bayhurst, Mary Caus- Patty Clark struggles to keep the ball in play. STQVC' Kneeling: JOYCE Anderson, Ma1'Y Benson- Lil Wroblewski and Marie Kapsar work out regularly after school as-+5 1? We 5 a amy Wm Mmm? 2 ast i? Mercy urst A g12j1e!rl'E f .2 fb 605 5 Wig? M 9 ell 1 St Bened1ct Q East 5' ' V111a Mercyhurst Vincent Tech St Benedlct McDowell ff, WW dimmer www X h l Lady Lions shoot for second place in ii' Q A mm'- H i -A ow n isss il y at 935:63 gs r 'ff'g1mGPPOnent'-. gli' gi -.,. .I Q Q L.', 11 St 5 ',. y .p Ilercfxfhllrsf r tech, rcoll f f f 'W' " " ?'?'ia. , K 1 '2 7- ' 'ii Benedict lf' 1 f 62. , i, r eisl if 1 M i 1 38 o 'b,, K- K rrloo .'lf'5l'f",igr,m F?'lkf?'?a' v9'igmns?'f?g'f' ' ,mga o - ,Be ESgW2g5?s,,,ac.l' - y , ' Mar ', f o!!lai,,A 'aw li . D 0 - . . - Grace Griffin tips the ball for another Lion wm. Varsity Team: Standing: Coach Zawaclci, L. Wroblewski, P. Clark, M. Kapsar, D. Fischer, M. Kapsar, T. Collins. Kneeling: J. Wroblewski, T. Chandlier, N. Moyak, D. Campbell, J. Malecki. With Iuni or a minimum, Varsity membership at a seven-member girls' basketball team, coached by Mr. Harkins, found it difficult to com- pete against larger city teams. The result was a disappointing final rec- ord of 1-7. Varsityteam, under the coaching of Miss Zawacki, boasted a record of 13-3 and took second place in City strife. Leading scorers were senior, Marie Kapsarg juniors, Maggie Kap- sar and Lil Wroblewskig and sopho- more, Patty Clark. 153 High Barr Vomero, J. Getschow, M. dejong. Low Bar: B. Bargielski, K. Wolamn, D. Konkel, K. Zimmerman. Standing: Coach Forinash, B. Schaaf, E. Benson, L. Guagliardi, W. Kenny, N. Figurski. This year witnessed the birth of a new school sport- -gymnastics. Un- der the supervision of Miss Fori- nash, a group of fourteen girls form- ed the Academy Gymnastic Team. Because of a late start, they com- peted in only four meets. Our girls did not perform as well as they would have liked, placing fourth in the ma- jority of their matches. Since only three seniors, Anne Adams, Betty Bargielski, and Chris Lepo, will be leaving, most of this year's team will be returning in September. Spotting Lynne Guagliardi on a back walkover are Ellen Benson and Karen Zimmerman. 154 A Girl gymnasts display new talent sm..W,, Senior Betty Bargielski performs a knee scale on balance beam. Icers excel in initial For their first year of high school interscholastic hockey, Tech and Academy combined forces to form the Academy-Tech Hockey Team. Coached by Mark Backstrom, they battled to a season of 3-1-1. This tied them in first place with McDo- well in Metro League play. Ayoung Academy team showed such outstanding performers as juniors Austin Reichert, Bill Roberts, and john Gilewicz. Remaining team members fromAcademy are Al We- han and Bill Thompson. liili ,lll l OPPOHW r 0 or 2 A 4 4 5 ,,, t 1 2 0 campaign 1 Lion defensemen A1Wehan forces Vincent opponent into an errant shot. Front: K. Ewer, D. Bower, D. Lichtenwalter, P. Harns. Top: N. Hel mer, T. Hogan, H. Amthor, J. Hermann, M. Kysiak, B. Maths, J. Gilew-icz, B. Dugan, A. Wehan. 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The craftsmanship of Mr. Letour, a new profession- al photographer, evidenced itself throughout the book. Page numbers increased to 200 due to the addition of freshmen attending Academy this year. Ideas gained at yearbook clin- ics provided the book with fresh lay- outs and candids. Early dismissals for staff members , conflicting schedules, and a 33-day strike de- layed deadlines and interrupted Work. The book was finally pub- lished on time due to the efforts of staff members who voluntarily Worked on the book during intermit- tent strike sessions. Advisors: Mrs. Bermon--Literary Mrs. Massing--Business Academe and Star present Business staffers Tom Britten, Tami Sicari, and Sheldon Schwartz confidently post the 1975 Academe slogan: "Grin if you've got one." Row 1: Lto R: B. Peelman, M. Cohen, P. Konzel, S. Demuth, A. Stuart. Row 2: L. Boss, C. Le- vine, S. Grieshober, P. Mobley, L. Guagliardi. Row 3: B. Mir, D. Schaaf, A. Ott, B. Briggs, P. Amon, M. Leone, M. Kimmel. Row 4: J. Boss, J. Tedesco, C. Simon, K. Gustafson, G. Peelm 9.11. 158 event lilled year Row 1: R. Hein, K. Anderson, H. Levin. Row 2: D. Clark, S. Lecht- ner. Row 3: R. Albertson, T. Montgomery, E. Benson. RoW4:R. Kim- mel, M. Brown, T. Baum. Row 5: M. Tannenbaum, L. Bollinger, R. Vasil. Row 6: B. McKee. Even the newspaper felt the effects of inflation this year. Excessive printing costs compelled the STAR to send the paper out of town to be printed. Freshmen were accepted as member s, lending their talents in the publishing of seven issues plus one literary magazine. Lisa Bollinger, editor, supervised a staff that kept students Well informed about aca- demic, sports, and social events Within the school. No matter how tough the STAR assignment, jay Radov gets it done. Academe members Keith Gourley and Karen Clauser come in daily during the strike period. Future staffer Scott Gourley becomes an apprentice. pu- Senate voices student sentiments Under the guidance of Mr. Verdec- chia, teacher advisor, and Keith Gourley, president, Academy Sen- ate enjoyed a long over-due revita- lization. Forty-four members met weekly to plan and process Senate- initiated programs. Senators spon- sored full-length movies, became classroom "teachers-for-a-day," organized bus trips to out-of-town games, supervised seasonal school dances, and in general, boosted Lion morale. Advisor: Mr. Verdecchia Senate members meet informally after a brief Senate meeting. Senate officers Mark Montefiori, Sue Mc- Row 1 L-to-R: PL Betz, T. Cacchione, L. Crede, K. Clauser, R. Bernardini, G. Mc- Raith, Keith Gourley, and Janice Meyers Gee. Row 2: D. Andrews, J. Wolf, E. Verdecchia, D. Knapp, M. Merritt, S.Petti, meet in the stairway prior to an important J. Lieder. Row 3: K. Vincent, B. Alex, R. Betz, S. Klimow, A. Kennedy, N. Figur- Senate meeting- ski, D. Konkel, G. Vincent. Row 4: K. Gustafson, S. Osborn, C. Meyers, A. Lose, I. Chitester, I. Howe, D. Barthelmes. Row 5: K. Gourley, M. Montefiori, J. Meyers. 160 ur horizons are limitless E N.H.S.: Row 1 L-to-R: P. Verdecchia, R. Briggs, K. Gotuley, B. Brewer, M. Niebauer. Row 2: E. Kelley, C. Lepo, L. Crede, A. Adams, L. Bollinger, B. Shields. Row 3: K. Clauser L. Stoops, C. Weber, E. Haglund, I. Gleba, S. Thomas. Bow 4: M. Leone, I. Cohen, C. Wantz, K. Sween. Row 5: B. Bernardini, C. Manges, G. Liebel, K. Koenig, R. Scanzillo, J. Schuerman. Row 6: C. Simon, M.Kimme1, A. Stuart. Planning special projects to present to N.H.S. members is always a satisfying experience for E. Kelley, L. Crede, A. Adams, and K. Koenig. A Out of 50 candidates whose names were submitted for possible mem- bership in National Honor Society, only 33 applicants passed the scru- tiny of the faculty judging commit- tee. Throughout the year, members stressed service to the school and community. Induction ceremonies in May initiated senior members from the Class of "76". Advisor: Mr. Niebauer Patterned after the structure of the United Nations, the Model UN af- forded interested students an oppor- tunity to actually participate in a mock UN General Assembly. This year, Academy's 16 members rep- resented Argentina, discussing such topics as political kidnapping, ter- rorism, natural resources, over- population, and World security. Advisor: Mr. Ulrich I , Model UN: Row 1 I.-to-R: N. Gupta, T. Baum, K Gourley Row 2: L. Brown, C. Wantz, I. Gleba. Row 3: K Warnaka B Chistester, B. Brown, M. Brown. into 9 Row 1: L to R: B. Keith, E. I-Iaglund, J. Rogers, R. I-Iarvey, R. McCa11, S. Salvage, D. Gold- stein. ROW 2: S. Pratt, L. Whitbread, G. Grandalski, K. Clauser, R. Skonieczka, A. Stuart, J. Chitester. Row 3: P. Larson, S. McCall, S. Cooney, B. Costolo, J, Crossman. Row 4: R. Sosey, L. Eller, B. Brown, S. Breakiron. Row 5: L. First, K. Watkins, R. Scanzillo, M. Ferra, P. Scant- leberry. Row 6: J. Young, D. Brown, R. Kightlinger. Row 7: M. Wood, G. Watson, B. Kaufman, D. Briggs, J. Vactor, E. Gray. Row 8: A. Chaffee, L. Franklin, J. Johnson, M. Monteiori, I. uinn, J. Gxzegorzewski, T. Sicari, D. Hicks. Row 1: Lto R: E. Haglund, J. Crossman, S. Stuart, S. Pratt, S. Salvge. Row 2: M. Chaffee, P. Scantlebury, D. Briggs, C. Vaughn, K. Clauser. Row 3: G. Watson, M. Montefiori, R. Sosey, B. Costolo, R. Scanzillo, Freshmen join academy sin gin g groups The place may be cluttered, but there's order in it for choristers Cheri Rouse, Cindy McLaughlin, :md Kim McCracken. o 3 F-r r ml' is .5 ld? ,,.,, Academy Concert Choir and Girl's Chorus worked cooperatively to make this year a rewarding one. Candy sales paid for the purchase of blue and black durable music fold- ers, engravedwith the school name. Our singers including the freshmen who recently joined the groups, pre- sented musical programs with var- ied contents. Performances included the Spring Concert and assemblies awayfromhome. In May, members of both groups enjoyed an out-of- town trip. Madrigals, agroup of 16 of the best voices in Chorus and Choir, prac- ticed their own music on their own time, performing at concerts as a separate group. sg, li Row 1: Lto R: B. Keith, D. Mabins, J. Warbington, M. 101-- dan, G. Koffman. Row 2: A. Stuart, J. Gubish, J. Jones, L. Martin. ROW 3: L. Wilcox, J. Locasuo, P. Denardo, Row 4: E. Atkinson, A. Duck. Row 5: T.Salorino, E. Verdecchia, T. Smith, K. McCracken,D. Pacley, M. Thurston. Row 6: T, Nickell, K. Lynch, E. Glover, A. Atkinson. Row 7: S. Rous C. McLaughlin, D. Baxter, E. Kalogeras, C. McCri11is. es 163 Row 1: L to R: K. Lyon, J. Miller, T. Mm-phy, B. Kight, D. Meyer, B. McC1une. Row 2: W. Wantz, J. Cohen, S. Milliron, D. Conklin, S. Morettini, J. Rose, J. I-Iarayda, C. Schneider, M. Fendrich, P. Steinhauer, T. Criscione, L. Boss, V. I-Iaas, B. Budzinski, W. Burger. Row 3: K. Fisher, L. Becker, K. Koenig, C. Emmons, L. Cook, G. Giles, M. E114-Ir, J. Golab, R. FOX, B. Heiple, C. Schaaf. ROW 4: J. Kurytnak, M. Connolly, I. Newlin, B. Brewer, C. Man- ges, F. Gravatt, L. Hershelman, I. Anderson, P. Scanzillo, B. Nelson, J, Van Tassel. Brass and Woodwind blend in harmony No rally was complete without the rousing music of our 50-piece marching band. lt lifted spirits, added enthusiasm before and during football games and made us proud to be Academites. Other appearances included participation in the Zoo Pa - rade and at Commencement Exer- cises. The band toured city junior highs during the second semester to recruit new members. Advisor: Mr. Burger 164 Barry McClune is hopeful he will learn his concert music as he practices overtime on a day when school is in session. Violinists Wendy Kenny and Carol Spencer concentrate on the difficult phrasing of the popular "Camelot". Small in size but not in quality, our 30-piece orchestral ensemble pre- sented two formal evening concerts, one in December, the other in May. Money raised from the sale of Pu- lakos' candy financed trips to Dis- trict and Regional Orchestra. Guest performances presented to city jun- ior high audiences Were appreciated by students and faculty. Advisor: Mr. Burger ROW1: L to R: J. HObS0n, W. Garben, B. McKee, R. Scanzillo, C. Spencer, C. McCracken, W. Kenny, M. Parco, E. Haglund, M. L?0I16, C. Weber, R. Verdicchia, P. Fowler. Row 2: Lto R: D. Bolton, P. Steiner, V. Haas, J. Neitha- mer, C. Schneider, I. Kurytnak, G. Giles, I. Newlin, L. I-Iershelman, B. Nelson, D. Tribbensee, K. Lyon, W. Burger. Row 3: L to R: B. Brewer, R. Clauser, 165 Woodwinds and Brass classes pre- pared ninth and tenth graders for ad- mittance into the Marching Band. Group participation took priority over individual performances. Combining bandmanship With the lovely voice of Anita Stuart, Acad- emy's Stage Band presented concerts at home and in other city schools. Their repertoire was a mixture of popular music plus Big Band sounds of the 40's. Advisor: Mr. Burger Row 1: Lto R: J. Wells, G. Brown, K. Baughman, I. Stuart, J. Tedesco, M. dejong. Row 2: S. Jaycox, J. Harden, B. Thompson, K. Roberts, P. Williams, B. I-Ieiple. Row 3: F. Martin, R. Conklin, D. Gauslin, B. Dame- N Wood II, D. Rogers, C. Schaaf, B.Amidon. Instrumental offerings expand 4 l l l 4 I Row 1: Lto R: K. Fisher, D, Bolton, L. Becker, N. Lombard, K. Lyon. Row 2: I. Van Tassel, B. Nel- son, P. Scanzillo, G. Giles, R. Fox, A. Stuart. 166 Technicians exhibit accountability fy., SN., Lto R: C. Yates, B. Kaufman, M. Williams. B. Reed, C. Johnson, W. Michaels. Quietly Working behind the stage curtains to produce smoothly-run assemblies and concerts, Stage Crewput all its technical and artis- tic knowledge to Work. Operating and keeping mikes in working order, producing proper nuances of light- ing for special effects, moving ris- ers and handling curtain calls, stage hands lent their talents to all stage performances. Responsible for projectors, tachis- toscopes, television sets and other audio-visual aids, the AVA Crew served classrooms throughout the day. They put their skills to work and kept equipment available and in running order. Advisor: Mr. Clausnitzer Applying his knowledge of backstage me- chanics, Chris Johnson adjusts stage curtains prior to a rally, 167 School SP11'1t is at its peak when our cheer- leaders le ad thelion student body in their favorite chant. A school Without spirit is like a team Without players. Academy Lions had the spirit and support of 19 energet- ic cheerleaders. Divided into three A, B, and C squads, they effusively led cheers at pep rallies and games. The new 4-4-4 school plan included ninth and tenth graders in this year's cheering squads. "Yes, yes, yes we do. We'Ve got spirit. What about you?" The above chorus became the favor- ite competitive chant that promot- ed "school spirit" throughout the year. Advisors: Mrs. Comstock-- Lion spirit reaches new peak Athletic M 0 P "' . B rs eterson Laughter bu1lds to a roar as Erin Kelley portrays the role of Hillbilly uslness Junior during the McDowell rally. Row 1: Lto R:K. Zimmerman, L. Arcenas, M. Cohen, C. Levine. Row 2: W. Knapp, S. Grieshober, C. Konieczki, P. Fowler. Lto R: J. Gore, D. Knapp, E. Kelley, D. Slupski, R. Colley. Responding to toucihdown enthusiasm, Betsy Chitester leads the rhythm clap. L to R: A. Barnett, J. Chitester, G. Koffman, J. Howe, C, Meyers, 169 Led by senior captain, Patty Kon- zel, and assistants Cindy Ander- son and Barb Ward, the twirlers literally danced their Way onto the football field during pre -game and half-time shows. Spectators, fas- cinated by flaming baton displays and precision drills, heartily ap- plauded the performances. At Rio Grange, Ohio, our majorettes Won first place in rifle tvvirling com- petition, proving that skills ac- quired at summer camp paid off. Advisor: Miss Forinash Lead twirlers Cindy Anderson, Patty Konzel and Barb Ward pose for photographer Dave McNeill. Our spectacular twirlers are the center of attention during one of the night football games. Row 1 L to R: S. Petti, J. Zollner, D. Lepo, R. Kennedy, R. Shoop, L. Vomero, B. Miller, L. Laird, B. Alex. Row 2 D Forinash, K. Owsiejko, K. Gehrlein, K. Anderson, C. McCri11is, J. Beck, S. Cook, K. Colley, T. Beck. 170 W Row 1: Lto R: A. Adams, L. Crede, K. Trott, C. Lepo. Row 2: M. Roche, K. Laird, P. Konzel. Row 3: K. Clauser, C. Anderson. Row 4: P. Baker, C. Daugherty, B. Kightlinger, B. Ward. Twirlers shine under new leadership N K Row 1: L to R: R Skonieczka, E. Wroblewski, C. McCri11is. Row 2: M. Chimenti, L. E11e,:, S. Moyer. There is no better hitch kicking twirler anywhere than our own Chris Lepo . 171 an guage Clubs explore ethnic games French Club: Row 1 L-to-R: P. Kalie, K. Boyer, D. Stewart, A. Adams. Row 2: N. Gupta, C. Johannes, E. Kelley, C. Nelson, D. Snippert, L. Bollinger. Row 3: L. Bartlett, B. Snip- pert, J. Struchen, T. Brandt. Row 4: I. Alex. Monopoly with French names fascinates players Laura Naylor and Kathy Oatman. During a demonstration of Spanish games, Nila Gupta holds the ball of goodies, hoping Louis Brown will deter Marti Baker from hitting it. 172 S E French Club sponsored its first To- tal Immersion Day on December tenth. Those who attended found this day awayfrom the classroom an op- portunity to improve their conver- sational French and to learn more about French customs. Advisor: Mrs. Campbell Spanish Club membership was not large, but those who belonged were active members, intensely interest- ed in improving their conversa- tional Spanish. Topics of inter- est included studying Spanish culture and cuisine. Advisor: Miss Major To learna second language is an ac- complishment, but members of the y German Club went one step further and became pseudoexperts in German cuisine. Duringa trip to Buffalo, the ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , pp ,, membership, after attending an eth- German Club: Row 1 L-to-P.: J. Gundlum, B. Thompson, R. Ben K. vin- nic drama, savoredafull course din- ner at a German restaurant. uderbaugh, D. Hunter, T. Thompson. Row 4. L.Schember, L. Advisor: Mr' Rohde cent, D. Coiman. Row 2: L. Liniewicz, M. Schultz, C. Meyer, 1. Ansel- ment, S. Milliron, P. Lasko, G. Walk. Row 3: C. Schneider, T. Davis, C. La - Spanish Club: Rowl L-to-R: N. Gupta, S. Boyer, M. Baker. Row 2: W. Carbon, L. Brown, R. Damewood. 173 Community benefits from Y-Teen program Choosing as her talent entry Amy Lo- well's dramatic monologue "Pat- terns, "Betty Bargielski, Academy's entry in the local Miss Y-Teens pa- geant, splendidly represented her school. Members enjoyed an active year of community service by filling and delivering baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving, reading and Writing letters for residents in nursing and senior citizens' homes, and planning entertainment for children in local hospital Wards. A shopping trip to Monroeville Mall provided a pleasur- able day away from home. Advisor: Miss Berger Y-Teen Officers: C. McLaughlin, P. Stockebrand, B. Barg-ielski, E. Benson. Row 1 L-to-R:,B. Alex, G. Koffman, N. Veit, C. Holland, P. Stockebrand, C. McLaughlin, E. Benson, Mc- Laughlin. Row 2: C. Laughlin, L. Martin, O. Schwartz, P. DeNardo, C. Waniz, D. Modeslci, M. Ch1ment1, T. Smith, N. Sadder, J. Earl, G. Vincent. 174 Row 1 L-to-R: D. McLaughlin, B. Shields, N. Veit, D. Goldstein, S. Salvage. Row 2: P. Thompson, C. Holland, J. Shaffer. Equestriennes ride the trails One demonstration is worth a dozen lectures for novice riders Brenda Shields, Jeanette Shaffer, Paula Thompson friderj, and Nancy Veit Qhorsej. Academy's equestriennes literally "horsed" around. They profited from lessons in saddling, bridling, groom- ing, and riding. Members enjoyed the opportunity to go riding at Ros- aire's farm in Fairview and watch Mr. Rosaire work his trick horse. Saddle club members, Working with their president, Brenda Shields, held a bake sale to finance activities. Red Cross and Photographers offer services Red Cross: L-to-R: S. Grieshober, C. Wantz, T. Goff, W. Wann, D. Forinash. What Academy junior Red Cross lacked in numbers in terms of mem- bership, they compensated for in community service. In addition to sponsoring the annual school drive for funds, the four active members entertained at Methodist Towers Can appartment for senior citizensb and at St. Vincent's Mental Health Cen- ter. Advisor: Miss Forinash Learning camera techniques and tak- ing and developing pictures for the STAR, the Photo Staff Worked daily in the lab. The addition of the offset press made it possible for the boys to apply their skills for the publica- tion of the STAR in the press room. Dave McNeill's expertise provided pictures for the ACA DEME on days when the professional photographer could not be present. Advisor: Mrs. McConnell 176 Photographers: L-to-R: R. Pon-is, D. McNeill, J. Briggs. 'KKK A K.. w Chessmen place second in Y tournament Chess Club: Row 1 L-to-R: B. Barney, G. Long, P. Daniloff, C. Schneider. Row 2: S. Soltis, B Randall, D Paparelli, J. Steffan, R. Blair, R. Danewood, D. Steinhauer, M. Niebauer. ACADEME photographer, Dave McNeill, listens intently to Cheri Levine count off the pictures needed for the inal deadline. This year, downtown YMCA set up the Inter-Scholastic Chess League for Various schools in the city and county. Academy placed second in competition. The 15 members also set up their own inter-club tourna- ment, separating themselves into three sections according to ability: masters, experts, and novices. Scott Soltis and Jim Steffan contemplate their next moves Under the YFU program fYouth for Understandingj, fourteen Academy students are planning to spend their 1975 summer living with families in Europe, Scandanavia, and South America. Since Ianuary, students have been busy weekends getting to know other area YFU members in the Erie area and meeting members from abroad now studying in our schools. Academy enjoyed being host to stu- dents from Chile, Brazil, and West Germany. Poolparties at the Y pro- vided revenue to aid in defraying ex- penses. Advisor: Mrs. Ferrito Exchange Students: L-to-R: Dino Beghetto--Brazil, Mara Costa--Brazil, Gabriel Gokert --W. Germany, Domingo Frez--Chile. "Getting to Know You" becomes YF U slogan E YFU: L-to-R: M. Williams, S. Moyer, R. Danch, M. Baker, R. Carr, R. Kightlinger R. Hein A. Adams, K. Trott, D. Moore. 178 I 3 Our interests are diversified va' m ,-A EFLK13, la' Afro Am.: Row 1 L-to-R: J. Warbington. Row 2: D. Moore, J. Manus, D. Pacley. Row 3: E. Gray, T. Tate. ,, W Afro-American Club had for their year's theme: "Black A.ware- ness". Accomplishments for the year included an assembly program featuring "The Soul Syndicate" Ca rock groupj and a party honor- ing Academy's City Champion bas- ketball team. Officers included Dinah Moore, president5Denise Ellis, vice- presidentg Brenda Nobile, secretaryg and treasurer, Brenda johnson. Advisor: Mr. Iones For the first time in five years, Erie had an early snowfall. This gave ski- ers the opportunity to ski at their own leisure or take lessons provided by Peek 'n' Peak instructors. Students assumed sole responsibility for securing their own passes to the resort area, but resourceful mem- bers did not let this inconvenience dampen their enthusiasm. Club mem- bers, about twenty, enjoyed the snowy Clymer slopes during the season. Advisor: Mr. Zonno Ski Club S. McRaith P. Carney S. Grieshober J. Masi S. Godfrey S. Schwartz R. Porris P. Larson T51 K ff- 1 sp' J 7 ,Kin I 4' K a V 1 4 I wi in - fva 4 w J . fs fl I il' pn rl. - K 1 happenings Homecoming activities hi-lite the evening Homecoming Game: October 5 . . . feeling ofenthusiasm . . . victory . . . the coronation. I-Ialf-time found Diana Moore crowned as our new Queen. Her court included senior Darlene Munsch, junior Elaine Verdecchia, sophomore Karen Grayson, and freshman Nancy Figurski. The Homecoming game played against McDowell attracted a capacity crowd. Our boys fought hard and were successful in defeat- ing the Trojans. Final score: 28-6. Bonfire: September 20 . . . high spirits . . . pre-game gathering . . . the group. The annual bonfire before the Prep game brought many zealous supporters. As the night wore on, the fire blazed higher, while the crowd grew and grew. Despite our loss to the Ramblers, school spirit remained high. Rings vs. Strike: February 25 . . . class rings . . . thrill of receiving them vs. strike . . . 28 days of boredom. With the off-and-on teachers' strike haunting the pro- gress of the school year, the junior Class still succeeded in ordering rings almost on schedule. During half time, Mark Carroll escorts Junior attendant Elaine Verdecchia through the baton arch. 182 ,V rv' , AAU " I Q? W. jd? , AN lf , I Tk Ng ,,,4'i, , ' W .lbs V Prior to the Homecoming game, Brenda Alex, Sue Cooney, Linda Laird, and Karen Grayson give the fans a look at Academy' s sophomore class. Homecoming Queen Diana Moore and Senior Attendant Darlene Munsch display their winning smiles after half-time activities. Excitement glowing on their faces, freshmen Lisa Kowalski, Nancy Figurski, Diana Lepo, and Eileen Atkinson lead the procession. 183 I i! 'A 1 .Qgf 1 Al ' 4 my ,W ,. 65 fn, Q, f my 'V' - ' V. X 5 I vt. JY. ., . , x W f Q - 7 X M V A 1 - Al -2 V i- -I ,V L, V' ' A S . ' I 2 r 1 A g54',Y57,' H -,5r'L..,lx: , , :f ig K., 'H EVL Vi I l , W 4' 5 Q 1 , f ,ff Q I QQ fi if af' Q52 , NT f Wi 'nu a M s 2 Special event . A K gs . ' ' a 1 A . . e -ga ' . f e -xc f - Proudly displaying 1976 class ri Niiigx MW X C' ir s stirred the school year 1 ngs--Juniors Betsy Schaaf and Bob Masi. Familiar faces seen during the E.E.A. strike--S. Comstock, W Ulrich, L. DiBacco, R. Hayes, C. Filipkowski, and F. Tomb. 185 1' Dances enhance speclal occaslons HomecomingDance:November 8. . . Theme: "Precious Moments" . . . Ramada Inn . . . 55th Homecoming celebration . . . girls in sparkling gowns . . . boys in colorful tuiedos . . . A time to be 'remembered al- ways. ' Prom: May 23 . . . Rainbow,Gar- dens . . . Theme: "Dreams Go On Forever". . . the glorious present vs.the unforgettable past . . . a per- fect night. Dance: Lisa Bollinger and Sheldon Schwartz. 5523? 31 L i , t , ,.,. - 1, ff, W, A24 'vm-fn. 1 V A,,, g, Prom 1975: Kris Wensel and John Tedesco. Competition spurs self-improvement Mr. Letour, professional photographer for senior portraits, shows ex- amples of sizes and poses to senior Pa Ben. rw I Members of Regional Orchestra: Rita Verdecchia, Brian McKee, Bud Nel- Son: and Greg Giles. DAR Award Winner Patty Konzel f N Outside the classroom A.cademy's Migs Y-Teen: Betty 1 National Q we drop rank and work together fi nf I f ' -ff K A first in male co- editing--Academe editors Chuck Simon and Mark Kimmel State Student Advisory Board member, Keith Gourley, leaves early for a meeting in Harrisburg. Senior Mike Vitale thinks of what he would rather be doing than being measured for head size. 190 Lion involvement is seen everywhere Bw-dw fi 5 Symphonic Singers: Karen Clauser, Robin Sosey, Juanita Croasmun, and Ruth Ann Scanzillo. Selected to Regional Band: Carol Emmons and Jeff Harayda. New football mentor, Jon Christensen, discusses game plans with Messrs. Goff, Robinson, and DeNa1-do. 191 Senior ctivity List Anne Adams: French Club 1-2-35 Gymnastics 35 N.H.S. 3 QV. p. Q5 Swimming 25 Twirling 1-2-3 --Rick Albertson: Basket- ball 1-2-35 Newspaper 1-2-3 --Jim Allen: Football 2-35 Track 1-35 Wrestling 2 --Tim Allue: Cross-Country 1-2-35 Track 1-2- 35 Wrestling 1 --Karen Ambron: Business --CindyAnderson: Twirling 1-2-344 --KarynAnderson: Drama Club 25 French Club 15 Model U.N, 15 Star 1-2-35 Track3 --Paul Anderson: LV. Basketball 15 Cross Country 1-25 Track 1-2-3 -Dave Andrews: Baseball 2,-35 Basketball 1-2-35 Football 1-2-35 Senate 1-2-35 Track 1 --Linda Anselment German Club 3 fv.p.l --Dolores Ar- cenas: Cheerleading 2-35 Track 2-3 --Pamela Archibald: General --Cleveland Arrington: Track 3 Pamela Baker: Twirling 1-2-3 --Vincent Baldi: General --Betty Bargielski: Cheerleading 2- 35 Gymnastics 35 Prom Com- mittee: Y-Teens 1-2-3 fpres. 5 --Bruce Barney: Chess Club 1-2-3 --Dale Barney: Afro American Club 2-35 Football 1-2-35 Track 1-35 Wrestling 2 --Luanne Bartlett: French Club 1-2- 35 Y-Teens 3 --Joanne Bartone: Softball 35 Track 1-25 Volley- ball 1 -2-31k --Linda Becker: Bandl -2-35 German Club 1-3 fpres. 15 Saddle Club 25 Stage Band 2-3 ftreas. Q --Keith Beckett: Swim- ming 1-2-3ft Track 2-35 Waterpolo 1-2-35? --Joan Beckwith: Oflice Monitor 35 Y-Teens 1 --Dino Beghetto: Y.F.U. 3 --Brenell Bender: General --Bob Bernardini: Model U.N. 2-35 N.H.S. 35 Senior Banquet 35 Star 1-25 Student Senate 1-35 Patty Beizg French Club 15 Prom Committee 25 Senate 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Water Polo mgr. 3 --Robert Blix-5 Track 2 --james Bolden: Basketball 1-2-3345 Football 1-2-35 Student Senate 2 fv.p.J --Lisa Bollinger: French Club 1-2-35 N.l-l,S. 35 Softball 35 Star 1-2-35 Swim Team 1-2-3 --Gladys Borrero: General --Lisa Boss: Academe 2-35 Band 1-2-35 French Club 15 Senate 15 Senior Banquet Committee 3 --Susan Boyer: Gymnastics 25 Junior Bowling 35 Spanish Club 2-3 fsec.y --Beverly Brewer: Academe 1-2-35' N.H.S. 35 Orchestra 15 Senate 15 Spanish Club 2 --Bob Briggs: Academe 1-2-35 N.H.S. 35 Prom Committee 25 Tennis 3 --Darcy Brown: Chorus 1-2-35 Gymnastics 3 --Dorothy Brown: Choir 3 --Susan Buckner: General --BridgidBudzinski: Bandl-2-3 --Jack Burgess: General --Phyllis Butler: Orchestra 2 Tim Cacchione: Baseball 1-2-3115 Football 1-2-35 Senate 2-35 Track 3 --Debra Campbell: Basketball 3 --Pam Carney: Orchestra 1-25 Ski Club 1-2-35 Y-Teens 1 --Tanya Catledge: General --Gary Carpenter: Football 15 Wrestling 1 --Willie Carter: Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2 --Mark Chaffee: Choir 1-2-3 U1-eas.J5 Golf 1-2-3145 Monitor 3 --Eloise Chatman: Gen- eral --Elizabeth Chitester: Cheerleading 2-325 Choir 1-2-35 Model U.N. 35 Senior Banquet 35 Track 2-3 --Chuck Clark: General --Walt Clark: Basketball 1-2-3345 Student Senate 3 fv. p. 15 --Karen Clauser: Choir 2-3 lsec. Q5 Chorus 1-25 Senate 2-35 N.H.S. 35 Twirling 1-2-35 Varsity Bowling 2-3 --julie Cohen: Band 1-2-35 French Club 15 Model U.N. 25 N.H.S. 35 Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3 --Marcie Cohen: Academe 35 Bowling 2-35 Cheerleading 1-2-35 Model U.N. 1-25 Star 15 Swimming 2 --Peggy Cole- man: Monitor 2-3 --David Coleman: General --John Coleman: Baseball 1-2-35 Football 1-2-35 Wrestling 1-2-3 --Rosemary Colley: Basketball 15 Cheerleading 2-3 --Cindy Cook: Academic --Linda Cook: Band 1-2-35 Chorus 35 Swimming 1-2-35 Track 2-3 --Tom Cooper: Academic --Mara Costa: Y.F.U. 3 --Linda Crede: Bowling Team 1-2-3145 Ngl-I.S. 3 Q11'63.Sn,S Senate 35 Tennis 1-2-3415 Twirling 1-2-3 --Tina Criscione: Band 1-2-35 Tennis 1-2-3 --Judy Cross: Business Club 35 Gymnastics 35 Swim- ming 1-2 --Marion Curry: General Peter DaniloH: Chess Club 1-2-3 fv. p. 15 Football 2 --Becky Daub: Business --Carol Daugherty: Orchestra 1-25 Ski Club 2- 3s Twirling 1 -2-3 --Deborah Deboe: Business --Donna Deboe: Business --Teddy Dejongz General --Becki Deveney: Y.F.U. 2-3 --JohnDiLuzio: General --Gail Dombrowski: General --Laurene Dombrowskiz Radio-TV Communications 2-3 --Athari Duck: Choir 1-2-3 Qtreas.J Jeff Earll: Football 3 --Robin Egloff: General --Doug Eisert: Monitor 1-2-35 Y.F.U 3 --Lynn Eller: Choir 35 Chorus 15 Monitor 2-35 Senior Banquet 3 --Denise Ellis: Afro-American Club 3 fv.p.D Karen Faley: Bowling 1 --Cosimo Farbo: General --Sue Faulkner: General --David First: Golf 1-2-32k --Debbie Fischer: Basketball 1-2-35 Softball 3 --Nancy Fisher: Twirling 1-2 --James Fowler: General --Cathy Franke: Business --Gary Freligh: General --Verneda French: Business --Beth Frombach5 Business Nancy Geertson: Bowling 3 --Kevin Gehrlein: Band 1-25 Golf 1-2-3 --Chris Genetti: Track 2-3 --Irene Gleba: Drama Club 25 Model U.N, 35 N.H.S. 3 --Cheryl Gligora: Bowling League 1-2-35 N,H.S. 3 --Donna Glover: General --Ernes- tine Glover: Chorus 1-2-3 --Juli-e Glowacki: Business --Bd Godfrey: General --Tom Goff: 'Red Cross 1-2-35 French Club 1 . --Gabriele Gokert: Volleyball 35 Y.F.U 3 --Dolores Golubski: Bowling 35 Cheerleading 25 German Club 1-2 --Pam Gonser: Monitor 1 --Tracy Gordon: General '--Keith Gourley: N.H'.S. 35 Tri-County Student Forum 53 fpres. 55 Class President 25 Student Senate 1-2-3 Qpres.J --Missy Gray: Bunness' --James Greene: General --Elaine Gregoroff: General --Grace Grifinz Basket- ball 1-2-35 Tennis 1 --Lee Griffis: Cross-Country 2-35 Swimming 25 Track 1-2-3 --Connie Groves' :Business --Janet Gubish: Chorus 1-35 Monitor 15 Prom Committee 2 H L 1 5 5 ' ' 2 ' A f 5 Vicki Haas: Bandai-2-35 Orchestra 2-3 --Elaine Haglund: Choir 35 Drama Club 2-35 Madrigals 35 N.H.S. 35 Orchestra 1- 2-3 --Jayne Hamilton: Academic --Rick Hammar: General --David Hammer: Fitness Team 2-35 Swimming 2-35 Water- polo 3 --Greg Hammill: General --Sharon I-Ianlin: General --Ann I-Iarkins: General --Carrie Harrick: Choir 25 Chorus 1-25 Monitor 2-3 --Marcia Harris: Aho-American Club 3 --Debbie Hartleb: Bowling 2 --Darla Hartman: Bowling 1-2-3 --Nita Heddrick: Business --Heidi I-Ieidt: Business 5,--Robin Hellman: Basketball 15 French Club 1 --Vicky Henley: Business --Loren Hennick: Wrestling 3 --Charmaine Hermanzf- Bowling 1 --Douglas I-Iavner: General --Greg Hilliard: Cross Country 1-2-3115 Track 1-2-3 --Jim Hirsch: Cross Country 2-35 Track 1-2-3 --Donna Hlifka: Swimming 2-3 --Ann Hodas: Monitor 1-2-3 -- Chris lgllollandz Saddle Club 35 Y-Teens 3 --Nancy Holland: General --Marcel Howard: Football 1-2-35 Track 3 --Robert Hull: Gener ' - Patty James: Business --Debbie Jewell: General --Cynthia Johnson: Boston Store Fashion Board --Diana Johnson: Busi- ness --Eddie Johnson: Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2-35 Wrestling 1-2 --James Johnson: Afro American Club 2-3 --Lester Johnson: Basketball 1-2-35 Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2-3 --Steven Johnson: Academic --Terry Johnson: General --Chris Johnston: General --Ernest Jones: Football 1-2-35 Wrestling 1-2-3X --Jesse Jones: Football 1 --Joanne Jones: Chorus 3 --Mat- tie Jordan: Choir 3 --Sue Jordan: Business --Willie Jordan: Basketball 2-35 Football 1-25 Track 1 Becky Kapper: Business Club 35 Monitor 2 --Marie Kapsar: Basketball 1-2-3345 Monitor 25 Track 1-2-35 Volleyball 1-2-3 --David Karney: General --Ed Kavalaz' Business --Erin Kelley: Bowling 1-2-35 Cheerleading 35 French Club 1-2-35 N.H.S. 35 Student Senate 1 --Patty Kern: Business --Becky Kightlinger: Choir 35 Chorus 1 Qsec. 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