Academy High School - Academe Yearbook (Erie, PA)

 - Class of 1976

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X . , Q, ff, -- My . , Q4 if . ,k f :,4 agp' 4' 'Q , K g f , 12 ,, L 'w 5 If 5 0 , if xzf Ml x N ...Y 2 1 'f E ami: t .1 Hx 3' 'W fe an "' 1 'Q T 2 1 'Sw 1 wig W H 'fray f f 'Q mf, Q 'sci - "sf 8 X Q , 116+ 1 ffxs K 'Liv 5 f ' fx ur ' ' ,225 Q? f - " ? f MP M L. In N jg? 1 ' I IF' 1 Q f V245 1,42 J X 9 , nw -Q 2221 WN, 958' YW QXQUQWXNQ, J 35 G GJ My Q ff Q Cf WU 4 Q QW' N wi, W9 Our present economic recession has involved all our lives. Inflation and unemployment made it necessary for many of us to find part-time work to meet senior expenses to buy clothing to provide transportation to subsidize college funds. But we have faith that our American form of democracy our free enterprise 0ur Yankee shrewdness will lead us to new prosperity. : 1 law mu, .S mn., lill ,won .-,-I . .1-...us .-,.. ,fblfl-"FA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BUREAU OF MOTOR VENUES HAIRISIUIG. 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It is how we use time that makes all the difference. 5 A ll 'Q i sa' 1 V . 5, mi, K gm wwe, , - 3 ,5 . 1 'ii Q 3 f 1 if 1 M If x f I 1 v 1 . E f , 2 ,,,, . V, 4 .L., ' 'l i ff, , 2 J . , . S 7 1,2 'T X + x '1 'I if A ' :tg J 5 , I A X f I Man's indifference to his environment bewilders us. Given beauty - he destroys it. We have polluted our land our water our atmosphere. The earth's area is' limited . . . population unlimited threatens grave problems . . overcrowding - famine contaminations - warfare, 'Nu Be Prosecuted 13 A million dollar building renovation program was in progress when we returned in September To renovate a building the size of Academy is certain to cause minor disruptions: teachers found themselves trying to speak above the noise of machinery . . students experienced difficulty concentrating on classwork. ln time - we learned to adjust to the noise and inconvenience. Thru the cooperative efforts of workmen - teachers - students good will prevailed lessons continued - and school went on. i' iff 5 Jw "Wu" we' -x fm Hiygiiw , A Mfg 1' ff waqwf -im' 211 'l ,WZ r 5? , -,,,,.,:,,fxl We live in an event-filled time . . . Everything is being questioned - religious views - educational values - institutional practices - societal ethics . . . Nothing escapes scrutiny. Perhaps public exposure is what we need at this time - to reveal corruption - to applaud integrity. Vigilance is still the price we must pay for liberty. .tl 1 2 "-l:EifiY ill lilll llllUSEl dx QQKQ GV' Q GV5 999 . f , r :un or 19151 wi.. .wit .l 'x'wn" IHA! land! M1 7115141 lil i mv t mwqn in my l,. ....W,.,w- LABOR: 1 n 16 fn.. P -- ig ...,.. BXG B I UF 980 -5 a uf ge mu FOOD: POTENT U.S WEAPON ll1ll'7'1'iHll7 .WiIh liar! L. liufz, .S'm'rr'1r1ry 1JAgrir,'ullure ow? Q- 0 99955 if 1 1? 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DeNardo: JT- 'nr llr f ll' nr 4 llf ur ur nr nr llr III' mr slr slr If nr an ss IH ,, head lion 20 ,V 14 is ' x ,X um? Mlgg' x ,, H ,Miwv A . ' f ,wg dm. . .At ,V , I 1, JV 9 1 ,wx K it g ga: Mb 7? " ' 4 1. ,gf ' r ng .ggi-QAM A ,W A 9 h 1, .W ,. 1 Mr. Donald Zonno, Assistant Principal - 1? . , W, ,ff M ,,,,, . ...f-wff' ,. lion aides , .. it t Little lost lambs who have gone astray Guiding Academy through another banner year, Mr. Donald DeNardo steered students and faculty in their educational pursuit. Assisting him in carrying out school policies and sol- ving school problems were Mrs. Ber- tha Blau and Mr. Donald Zonno, as- sistant principals. Most of the minor disruptions that arose due to school construction work and the mini- course introduction presented no problems, mainly because of imme- diate action and pre-planning on the part of the administration. 21 counselors prompt action Experts at handling students' nu- merous complaints and helping them solve their own problems, our staff of five counselors crossed grade levels to be of service to all students. Not only did they advise seniors on how to properly fill out college appli- cations, they also made available the latest information concerning college entrance requirements, tuition, and scholarships. In addition to providing other valuable services within the school, our counselors always made themselves available and approach- able to anyone seeking their advice. Mr. Buchanan - Guidance Counselor y .lfdiffa Tamg Mr. Rouse - Vocational Counselor Mrs. Kantz - Guidance Counselor Mr. Barbaro - Guidance Counselor r G G oo., iiY, . img' 1 ,,, in K XX 'if K, li Mr. Verdecchia - Guidance Counselor 4' 23 Office personnel handled a variety of daily services benefiting students and teachers. Secretaries, in addition to answering phones, typing attend- ance sheets, writing tardy slips and posting grades, handled numerous requests made by teachers and ad- ministrators. Mrs. Kern - Office Clerk S... ' 'X . 'Nw Mrs. Toth - Secretary Mrs. Donocoff - Office Clerk . .,. 2 ' ., .e 5 specialists reach all Mrs. DeLuca - Library Clerk Mrs. Sheridan - Nurse ...- , .... .,..,..,---M"" ,,,,..--af f' X,..o-""4 . 44' W...-1. 4-onli Mrs. Brenoel - Librarian Mrs. Sheridan, Ft.N., was sympa- thetic to students who came to her with legitiamte complaints. Assisting school doctors, in giving junior physi- cals, she also performed her yearly duty of checking students' heights, weights, and eyesight. A very impor- tant service included preparation of a list of students who had physical ail- ments or handicaps that bore watch- ing in the classroom. Mrs. DeLuca and Mrs. Brenoel wel- comed to the library students who wished to take advantage of helpful information and enjoy the up-tp-date reference material that made our li- brary not only a pleasant reading asy- lum but also a valuable educational resource center. The addition of new books and magazines enhanced the selection of articles available for both students and faculty. seniors trek to canada Students enrolled in Language Arts classes studied and reviewed the skills required in effective speech and writing. A study of classical and con- temporary genres acquainted stu- dents with the best in literature. Some teachers taught traditional courses, others opted for non-graded. Ad- vanced Placement students, com- pleting the equivalent of Freshman College English, either registered with Gannon or took the A.P. test to ac- quire six college credits. A.P. students travelled in May to the Stratford Festi- val Theater, Stratford, Ontario, Can- ada, to view Shakespeare's Tempest. Literature of the Bible and the Koran provided Religious Literature classes with a base for studying religions of the West. Speech students drew upon their knowledge in all subjects to pre- pare and deliver speeches before their peer group audience. Mr. McDonald - English 12 Mr Rhode - German l, llg English 9 Mrs. Schember - English 11 Mr. Miller - English 10 Mrs. Massing - English 123 Academe Business , ,.., I . I fy? A 1 1' Q' ""' '-5 1 ' N - fx , . e Y 3. , ' LE f 5442 fi- 4 - Mrs. Bermon: C.P. Englishg A.P. Englishg Academe 5 J A Q ip ' ' ? 4 5 ' rf ' . i 'ask -rf-, . LT' -. - ' I 4:gJg:'.', Lf V V '-f Mfg is ,m1,e-.,,,.1 sr -W. W, V Q z ' 3414 L.. if , .. . 5 4 5. r . . in , 5, s 5' Q mr Mrs. Monahan: English 10, 11 the dane still inspires V- , 5 1 1- f 1 Y' H .. ' ,sa , " f ' A3 , ,J I 2? f, r 2 .W Mr. Christensen: English 9 X l X l Mr. Hayes: Social Studies 9 Mr. Acker: Social Studies 10 Jodi Beck is apprehensive about Nancy Figurski's dropping the guillotine blade. x .nl X 1 students peruse mankind i Newly introduced quarter courses offered students freedom of choice in the various areas of social studies. Classes were designed to meet indi- vidual interests and abilities. Subject offerings ranged from early civilization to current political issues. Freshmen did not have an elective choice, a full year course in Urban Geography being mandatory. Students in grades 10 through 12, not already enrolled in Honors or Advanced Placement classes, selected 9 week courses in World and American History. Sociolo- gy and an A.P. course in American History were introducted to juniors. Seniors were offered A.P. European History. Mr. Kaczenski - Social Studies 10 30 K Mr. Hiney - Sociologyg Social Studies 10 is Mr. Kantz - Sociologyg A.P. U.S. History Mr. Guenther - A.P. Eur. History: Honors Social Studies 10 the spirit of '76 lives on Mr. Ulrich - Social Studies 12 Mr. DiBacco - Social Studies 125 U.S. History Awmmwsmgt,-. o ' w.,,,.a1 Mr. Zlotnicki - Russian lg Social Studies 10 Mr. Leamy - Social Studies 123 U.S. History Miss Major: Spanish I, Il, III, IV Mr. Carnicelliz Social Studies 93 Spanish I he.. g 1 .wifi xr 'V:,,, fx.. ,M Le., ' I . Modern Language Department used a variety of audio-visual aids in teach- ing. All students learned the oral ap- proach to language learning, with em- phasis on grammar and conversation. Those students interested in acquir- ing a fluent understanding of a sec- ond language chose from courses of- fered in French, Spanish, German and Russian. The language lab became a helpful learning center in nurturing correct enunciation and pronuncia- tion. With an increasingly growing number of our students traveling abroad each year, a knowledgeable comprehension of writing and speak- ing in a foreign language has almost become a necessity. Foreign lan- guage clubs continued to flourish. 32 6 ii Mrs. E. Campbell: French I, ll, III, IV, English 10 ' 'I 1 5 J , J f.,:,,12" i -. I fl .K I N' lg,- Vf 411: 1 .. fl""r:1 ,ig'r' ' j 1 -'W1'.,'3'3l' U' ' -. . W- ., g. Q ,. W7 4, I A.. fr' - 1 Y'-':..' ff' rf 'Lf . , ,gf ri .I , '42 fx -L-. . " --"l .. 1 at fl li - . -I me ...S-...W-A E E. CT: C:- cn cu o 3 co QT S- CQ S. ff,-I m Mrs. Bell - Home Ec I, llg Survivalg Project Persong Family Living home ec attracts many Mrs. Martine - Home Ec I, llg Survivalg Project Person: Family Living Students in the Home Ec Classes had the chance to become knowl- edgeable in vocational fields. In Bach- elor Survival, boys learned beginning sewing and homemaking. They con- centrated on the how's and why's of living in an apartment or home. Family Living prepared girls for life in the home, raising children, and running family affairs. The class also included a course in practical economics to teach students what to avoid and look for while searching for an apartment. Clothing and Foods Classes remained filled as usual. A mini-class in self- defense taught students how to be- come self-sufficient. , K, l Family Living .sf L . . f 1 Mrs. D. Campbell - Home Ec l, llg Survival: Project Persong 33 symbols baffle aspirants NQ ' , V ' -1+ L, U l gi WL'L - K K ' Wm 4:11:57-Q--, 4 -Q Mr. Pfisterer - Algebra I Mr Bendlg AP Calculus Intro Analysis Algebra Il Trig.g Trig-Analytical Geom. ' fu-.L , Mr. Neibauer - Fundamental Math, Algebra I Miss Russell - Plane Geometry, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra I Jhawrl- ., N Mr. Danias - Fundamental Math: Math 9 Math courses concentrated on teaching new techniques and de- vices in solving difficult problems. Freshmen tackled factoring equa- tions in Algebra I, while soph- omores, in pursuing Geometry, memorized and applied postulates and theorems in solving perplexing proofs. Algebra II supplied an ad- vanced phase of mathematics for juniorsg Introductory Analysis, Cal- culus, and Trigonometry became electives for seniors. Modern equipment in the math lab and a highly mechanized computer in- spired ingenuity and independent excursion in the students. 35 Mr Gubrsh - Science 9 Mr Filipkowski - Biology, Science 9 A tb 36 f' if R classes Extensive renovations in the Science Depart- ment got underway in September but will not be completed until the fall of 1976. Meanwhile, stu- dents continued to enroll in the plethora of sci- ence courses available. Freshmen' selected classes in Earth, Space and Environmental Science while sophomores enrolled in General Biology or in Hon- ors Biology. Upperclassmen thrived on Physics, Chemistry, and Biology lab work. Use of modern equipment and techniques in A.P. Biology lab, including the installation of an autoclave and in- cubators, enhanced the learning atmosphere con- siderably. Science excursions included field trips to the Ontario Science Center and the Aeronatics and Space Center in Cleveland. view space show G ur.-l fm f V Mr. Quirk - Physics: Science Survival: Environmental Science .1 gy ri, r. i 9 West., I.. an-H ""'x.,M m.. -'hn...N www, A.- -M-, K K ,,.,-f"l Mr. Fearn - Chemistry: Biology Mr. Gigliotti - Science 9 P A I , 2, Q., My 'H - ,Q L L ' fl 5.1 1- . 'J Mr. Harkins - Honors Biologyg Biology X i ' 1 - n 'I n'u'u 33:2 . . i 6 V Jalal. - ' 'iff at --1 '- 'aaa 'tl --.-. 'iw Mr. Haas - Biologyg A.P. Biology total person is stressed Senior Trades offered special ed- ucation participants a way and a purpose to develop themselves for work after graduation. When not in regular classes, they received individual instruction by homeroom teachers. Pupils worked part-time at outside jobs, hopeful they would later turn into full-time employment. Basic skills in plumbing, electrical work, and home ec offered addi- tional advantages. Mr Buffalino Special Education Mr. Bailey: Special Education .. . f X 74? it if 53 r L. fertile ..,t. .,. V . 1' lf Mrs. Flatay: Special Education arts develop talent Mrs. Ferritto - Choir, Chorus, Arts-Humanities, Music Theory Mr. Chizmadia - Art l, ll, Ill v R... ,,. Q' i A . tit . 'TWT 'Sv S C 1, 5. Y F Wir, 'tif 6 , . s , . f , Mr. Burger - Training Band, Orchestra, Band , rrrr ! ln Art classes, students found them- selves projecting their ideas on to can- vas with paint and brushes. Daily assign- ments and projects included figure drawing, still-life composition, sculpture, and ceramics. Musically inclined students interested in developing and promoting their tal- ents enrolled in the various music classes. Arts and Humanities dealt with the appreciation and philosophy of art, music, and theatre. Music theory cen- tered around basic harmonization, chord structure, rhythm, and melody. Chorus and Choir met dailyg Orchestra members practiced for concertsg while the March- ing Band concentrated on performances at football games and pep rallies. 39 practice improves skill Personal typing prepares seniors to meet individual typing need .i,,,,,,,,,,..-f ,,iEoe,3 LE if M, I V MJ Mi A X ,J f 'H' - i If X , fa M A . .ii .4-J' -i Miss McMahon - Steno I, II: Typing I, il vb J f x 5 Nrnkff 0 Mrs. Peterson - Note-Takingg Bookkeeping I, II 40 Mrs. Dutkosky - Personal Typing, Office Practice BW? WI Miss Hickey - Typing I, IICQ Job Placement Mr. Tomb - Business Law, Business Math Academy's Business Department offered students a variety of courses to prepare them for em- ployment in diverse and specialized business positions. Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand, Mimeo, and Office Practice offered students a broad and solid background in commercial studies. Business Math reviewed mathematics relevant for the smooth operation of a busi- ness. Students in Business Law ac- quired a knowledge of legal pro- ceedings. i College preparatory students en- rolled in Typing and Notehand se- . mester courses. Using the Gregg Notehand method, pupils practiced taking notes quickly and precisely while listening to classroom lec- tures. Personal Typing equipped them with enough knowledge of the typewriter to type term papers, ap- plications, and personal letters. swung, no-1 -4, gym encourages fitness Renovations in the pool and gym area altered the schedules of physical education classes. All pool classes were suspended until the newly con- structed and remodeled pool area can once again be utilized. Gym classes were held outside during the warmer months. Boys' activities included vol- leyball, rope climing, basketball, flag football, tumbling, and calisthenics. Girls participated in soccer, volleyball, basketball, and gymnastics. In their introduction to fundamentals of social dancing, they concentrated on the "Jitterbug" and the "Cha-cha-cha." Both boys' and girls' classes com- bined for instruction in square danc- ing. W- H' fn, .1 - ff ,1,.1,,q Lima,-1' .. ,, , . Www 1 , MM-L 999.5-4 VG r at K3 Q, e-gimp ,ag at G f-., 1 I l nf J. 71 , ,,,. .A My . ,tqef . N I 'Q ' f 'aggj A 'X vi, f ,4,g.,,4,' is 1 -2' s '-.. ' - ,"7,f1' , - f., 3-W: i L ' y. ' Q 'L " .1 ' , New .W W rdf' ea H W ' ' ' , f ark".- Q ' fr' 5' M f- Y vt -""J3'.'a: ""' 'V dffpi J ' f G' ,mls Mit' H. ' 1 vt ' 4 . K' f . +A "lv N' '1 7. ffisw. l if "f ' - Q lata' Nair- ' ' f ' ' - . y " ,M I ,, nga ,, 2 'gig - A 1sggi"fM',d3- tg, jeg K. , 'Q .v .. tf,x1:1,q. 1 ,-.Ne V k , W ' 5 ,gf . A .' -1 H 'Z 1, ' 1 Q' Q1'f'S','1fg4:- - G . . Z' ' ,:'. gf- R23 , 1 - "' 'ta-:fat-ry, , 1 s','g' ,!L15f3?1T13':s3:fi ' : fag fg, T-4"'tf-Qgyf ',,.5?2' ' f,g,'r1 1 f shi' Q33-f4if9f4'L",i"if..5 3'-5 A -..'7'1?r?3?'W1.gg A fy-75+",f',,,'Qf , 22" M '- -,fit ff? 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I - Christine Buhler 53 yuletlde splrlt pre valls Tom Bolla Karen Boyer Meg Merritt believes that one is never too old to appreciate Santa Claus. X 631 , A f Louis Brown Marc Brown Michael Burger John Briggs Thomas Britten art is everywhere - the trim goatee - the pop cartoon Q0 -rx., Cartoon art on Mr. Flip's van Mark Carroll Dean Cass Dave Cassano N., "'w..' Mary Ann Chimenti Mike Cochran James Coffman Q-v"" lf... 1 WN! Nancy Collarile Dirinda Colley Douglas Conkiin 56 intrigues Anne Ott, Betsy Schaaf, and Jeff Stewart. ,Q , , -f. Richard Cooney Z- Carmelita Copeland B-Hfbafa COSiOI0 lt's a toss up who has more charisma, the mirror or Jack Kurtynak. Shelley Crockett Laurie Curletl hunters' prizes me Janet Dacus Richard Danch if x -ff-'et Ti' MQ,-fi l kxikh. ' 'v SUE DGVSY Dorothy DeBoe Larry DeCecco Kathy DiLuzio 58 ' ' I Jeff Stewart proudly displays this prize doe he shot Dec. 1. Donald Eliason va ry Carol Emmons David Evans 2 ff , fi.-4:-ikmiil iw ii Just returning from a successful hunting trip, Randy Marzka and John Anderson prepare their catch fMike Merryj for freezing. Mark Ferra Keith Fisher Peggy Fowler blizzards dispel .-.IE Those smiling faces in the background are responsible for the dilemma in which Sue Grieshober and Doug Conklin find themselves. Flobin Fox Lionel Franklin Calvin Fryling James Fryling 60 K or 515 4 ,.,, .. S lime-i 1 li f -,g My V, A .N i, ,J N ,ix be A .W ,l., x 1 Wi ,. .5,fg,f ,, ' Q- 1225 4 ig,2:g:l,,., gli-lf ,L ,. Q . . 5 l f'?'llfAL'l5 if W, Playful snow bunny, Kathy Lyon, pulls the wool over James GoIab's eyes. yeh, .1 dl. 1 r lethargy Hugh Fujimoto Barbara Gage vu., John Gilewicz Stephen Godfrey 1-f' James GOIHD Scott Gomersall il. l 35,51 ,, , f JoEllen Gore Gail Grandalski Carrie Gehrlein A snow-covered hill offers a good outlet for Sue Silva's excess energy. . f . ,N Sf, we 4 ,f:'??i?5fff3Zrv,if riff? rl! jg, 5 -fx ag,-5g,,,gef -535,8 ul fl' ffwfw il! he ,Ll . wry, ,W -I Linda Grappy Teresa Green Susan Grieshober Nila Gupta 62 invite us N i J Kenneth Gustafson Linda Hamilton Ruby H ansbrew if E Arvilla Henderson if lf ' iz'-it , Deborah Hall Patrick Hammons Q53 A ff Carol Hawkins ., , . K .,- Q I ,""'li ' 'live K' M l , M 5 J xi "7'3:-gui, - i 2 'T fr f 'W' J 'rrrt i ' 'f5f53Z??5s!i5i' ' "" A 'WB iv' rsa f lsefls' .. f 3qtsfr ,lgiles:ff vi y i? i V " '-L - .wp it r , .m Kristine Henning l ff .M Walden provides initiative for Mark Tanenbaum, Mark Ferra, Doug Conklin, and Greg Peelman to return to the simplicity of nature. 63 Kathleen Herman Lary Hershelman JSHIS Hllllafd Darrold Hobson Jeffrey Hobson seniors communicate Sue Hetrick ' ...ag , . . ' """l- 2 ' , l ' "N ' l, ,U X, ' s f lzleiim-xl" 'l' V -lzzgf gf 1.3, W" 2 Ellie Holter '-4 M'-4 '41-414 -AMN f'4'FN"'4 uhm Mn-All 54-4:4 "li-AZQTQ fi:-Q74 'liwlkiilluq 46-4934 V , , . Jlm Golab aware of the accuracy of the computer, dreams of some way to improve it. .J -'6' x .ff o N l W 5 ll Judy Howe Darrell Hunter in diverse manner Marialacobucci Thomas Jaggi J I' d J k o in a arzyn a Chris Johnson Like many other seniors, Peggy Fowler keeps Gen Tei from defaulting. 'Ss Rose Ann Johnson Cora Jordan Shirley Jordon Carole Kindle Harry Kindle 9,6 all Tension mounting, Steve Schweingruber refuses to speak until the class is quiet. 66 expressions Maggie Kapsar Bill Kight Something funny must have provoked Kathy Lyon's "cheshire" grin. i 3 become our reflectors ,W ' we V, rag ga mygg g v , , 2 ,g ,gf i. :Q ,, ,1 ., N ,Q p-.grg-Qxxvvwff we -gg,-f, ie M, . - . 1 my - i L I Darcie Knapp 24? ff f K X il Tired trombonist Jim Van Tassel manages a cheerful smile for the photographer. Bonnie Larkin 1' 28 XE Cyrus Lindsey Janice LoCastro Debi Lojewski Donald Krill John Kurytnak .gin 1 U.. N if William Lenz Lynette Lorence Darlene Lucas Katherine Lyon Cathy Maloney 'Ui' Ron May Sara McCall 68 renovations disrupt .....-.--...-.w- .f ,-.:, W. .. ,,,,, :nun ,,,, L., ' , W, -:. -1, . .wi X .,.-1 -i t .e..:,.,,f.M,,sM,.twm U.,.,..,,.W..... W..M...W...Ww.w.-n.7,.W...t..,..,.-.Lt W, ww , . ' J. Jai- , , " ..S2.gx,.g , , . 3. 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Julie Neithamer Joyce Nesselhauf 74 Kelly Muroff senior Timothy Murphy appetites it Leo Musarra fi X! f if r i "'h..f.g-annnn- 'aww an-""'l' M Cafeteria defectors: I-to-r: Ashley Althof, Tom Brandt, Dave Paparelli, and Scott Gomersall. rwik are never sated James Newlin Toni Nickel! Darek Nixon 'Q 'x.,.,,,e he V 3 M Y 1 1 Q ii ,, M'-" A I In Q --K,., of . . " f NN ,X m HR. 107, tops in giving, enjoys free milk and donuts as a thank you for having donated S101 to Unitedhind. Jeanne Ore Steve Osborn Anne Ott 237 ' x , f- -.5 Cathy Oatman Llifiiwsii , , I fi 5 ? Daniel O'Connor 75 excitement is Jfn-5. Nancy Collarile to her captive, Fred Mertz: "How about a shampoo and set?" 76 Kenneth Paul ,AM 14-. Denise Pacley Diane Palicia 'ff 1. - David Paparelli Steve PaDafelli iii., g Homework completed, Jolinda Jarzynka, Regina Bender, and Tom all around us fe!" Nm Q Aa l 2 fu 5 3 N il ifff i l 5 , ,hf iff g,-. ga Ti X9 Kevin Paul MaryAnn Pelkowski The promenade "express" transports Kay Wolanin to the sidewalk in Gregory Peelman John Pelinsky YeC0l'd time. 5, , ., .2 , Jaggi spend remaining study hall time playing triangle football. L. ff- gg' 1 . I d fff' P' ., I Eff " . f - 53- ' in Stacey Pratt Magdalen Quirk Jay Radov we respond favorably John Anderson appears baffled by his assignment, a 1600 word overnight paper. K K -f :aj r ,Sw,.i. in.. Bertram Randall Bradley Reed Austin Reichert 78 Unable to compile his thoughts on the Theban Plays, despair seems evident. -.,- .34 .--:- L "-- Ml V 1 1 L 1 ,sn ...S 5 1 '!..'. Reading, followed by involved discussions, is one of the many to the challenge v -hut 11: TN .vi ' . : du K Finally a thought comes to mind, and others follow in rapid succession. Cheryl Richardson 'Dx benefits of A.P. English class. Jean Rogers John, proud of his achievement, triumphantly waves the finished paper. Bertha Ritchie Bill Roberts ,mv K -1 ' fsfgzigz' ,QT I f5?"3,i aff" Daniel Roscher 79 v V picture taking Cynthia Rouleau Ceola Russel Nancy Sadler 1 q,,.,...- 'wu- Peter Scantleberry Elizabeth Schaaf Thomas Schriefer Laura Seman ms! , , If- A 'VX -,rr Jeannette Shaffer The tilt of the head is important to master photographer Mr. LeTour as he prepares to take Vicki Preston Shaffer A Grayson's senior portrait. 80 becomes senior priority 2'5" Tamalyn Sicari Nina Siegel Darrel Smith Dulari Smith Janice Smith Barbara Snippert Kathleen Steen Soon Steffey 1 la-:Qin it Susanne Silva Richele Skonieczka , Q -,rt -aa5 Senior proofs just returned, Elaine Verdecchia and Sue Breakiron are elated with Mr. Letour's photography. Heather Stewart 81 boyish pranks l .ia 1 ,F wfl,iff,1sfQ ' .et fwfr-2 2' .. ,rr --lit- -.gfv sfrgzgf It fs 0,5351 , .. P if N I ,.AI Qi 5 5 If ' ' 1 zz. -W K : I r.. f.. xii. fl r 1 , A 1 W Sexism, is fi!'Sl"i r -. - t' 1215. . -,.,,, 'x IX.: . 'tv 1 l. , ,-sihm . Jeff Stewart Patrick Stinely -glll-vig' ff' i' l . ,Aye-""'d ,C mf , 'iff-.l fir- " 515533121 I I 5 ' 'I -ti. lx . K uw'-.' "1 - 'fl' J sN,5!t,,,:: ., . k Miva Phyllis Stookbrand Mark Stockhausen Reputable seniors Scott Steftey and Austin Reichert turn bandit in broad daylight in a mischievous attempt to enter the school safe. Ellen Strlght Gloria Summerville Terry Summerville Patricia Sutherland Mark Tannenbaum 82 - ef Hsssfe if-ti . W W it r:ew5-.:fgy4i:s2lzi- X a need no inducement Z' Sharon Tafvef Martin Tate Brett Thompson , .. ag I 'sq' . . V I Iihi., E. . ,A ,mln ' ' I I W. T , , ...rv , :::,X x .. 1 ' i I 2' . TJ ' 5 f-. my sub i' 2' - --- Derek Thompson Linda Thompson Hazel Torain John TfUCh3r1OwiCZ Tim Turner James VanTassel YY Richard Vasil Elaine Verdecchia Mark Carroll "borrows" a chocolate chipless cookie to satiate his hunger. m .Fixx X William Wagner ' if X , Carol Weber Betty Wells 84 P is I , A-ul J' 5"'4llf U?" if any time - any place - 411 A Q ' ' -ef' f f fi' William Wantz Robert Washek Ann Weaver YEAQBQQKS ARE H Sw. With the weight of years on his head, John Boss, usually composed, panics when old Academes begin to topple. . , Carla Westergren Tom Whalen Linda Whitbread goofing off is a senior speciality X 1 , X ,Q Y., 3: ' W 1 K' C, ' MK "ii ,. Joseph Williams Lizzie Williams X, 4 Mel Williams Debbie Williamson Barb Costolo and Richele Skonieczka have a few ideas of lheir own about the renovation of Academy's halls. Kay Wolanin Patricia Wonner F4 , i ,, ,ygi , Elizabeth Wroblewski Craig Yates Frank Young Karen Zimmerman W W . 'L W' , K P A Z' nd V. I 4 ..x l 1 Jn, r 45. 5 .5 Im if I ws 1 , f , g 1 ,A '--,........,... wx. 1, --4 h 'L 'I J , 11" i L 1 - '1 ,W 24 Y no Ax 4 1 3 i 4 Q I V44 Q 2,, Q X Ya c ' H1 1 W ZZQWCAH yfi' pf f , I ff f f, , ,M V 'WMM Ze- lui,-4151, n ' .,,, f 1, 9 pkg! M if 4 S, 4 MA 1 i Q , Q A 4 4 0' H , .N P' , 5, ,W , 4 Wf44Q-4 4 5 I l f 'T 1 1, LJ N1 LA FW 'VW J I L fi 4 ,AM fx .W 73 Y f, gvf fr xi '. 4. K 4 4 Q 4 , 1 , " " s fwfr ,I " 111' JG. fxi ,, KMA... x A 94 1 :- 1 ' 'JY': 'QL51' g .lx fl , . - ZX 1' , ,1 A ' K-X' 13? 3 'rf , 1- x , K 1 X .., , -.A .,,,- Wi. 'r--Q K ef, .-.-z 3, -7 L. , uf,- mwix' ' Sophomore year behind us, we Jun- iors became involved in the increas- ing pride and responsibility of being participants in the numerous activities of Academy. We became active in sports events and school assemblies. With enthusiasm we made plans and prepared for the future, trudging through the PSAT's and College Boards. The rewards of our hard work and careful planning paid off at the Junior-Senior Prom which will always be remembered as a highlight of our Junior year. National Honor Society welcomed our qualified members. Many of us filled our time participating in various clubs or carrying over- loaded schedules. Weekend parties, both school and private, lent zest to our afterschool life. Receiving our class rings added stimulus to our Lion pride and spirit as together we strived for our long-awaited role of assuming Senior leadership. juniors X . B mi? M. fc! 'J cl I 1i3'i-igj6rf o ' 'L ' -. A-. M I X "y ,H -J- x , f I -Awwuivrrar 1 1 K . V ll :nga - ,. i ,-3.--.7 .ttf ' 1 ix sp psf, . ,ga E' er Lisa Agostino Linda Aiken Brenda Alex Lori Allison David Allman Joe Aloof Pam Amon Angelia Atkinson Dean Barthelmes Rick Belz Robbie Bourrillon 245 Kris Anderson David Barthelmes Tammy Beck Deryl Bolten Brian Brewer Joe Brigante Bob Brown Hope Campbell Alan Chaffee Denise Clark . '75 I 'lui , ww kg x xl gl we rekindle our fires ' Brenda Brown .Qlf 'fr r Jr, X Ray Carr Teresa Chandler , 1? w PattyClark :sal .1 l Oblivious of the'calorie count, Robin Shoop enioys her trustworthy Iollipop. gi --:.15?'w' i flii? . ,A , . my M, - A 1 1,5 X ,N .. ,. I f l a lixiif 5 wi , -1,- I A fi vi - - t ir Wendy Cochran Brenda Coleman Randall Coleman 'hr' 90 Tom Coleman Kathy Colley Steve Collins Diane Conant Matt Connolly Kim Conway Sandie Cook Gwen Cooley Sue Cooney Cheri Morrow has a yen for candied apples. 490 uv we-v-r xr -wr -My ga...- David Cooper Patty Covington Felecia DeBerry ,,,,xY YM vga' mv' iiga-15 Maria Corsi Tammie Corsi Brian Courteau Dave Czarnecki Tom D'Albora Eileen Danilofl Shirley DeMaison Pam DeNardo Cheryl DeWeese John Dougherty Gary Eller Sharon Evans Michelle Fendrich at C Don Fiorvanti -f.-f' 'Q -. Oi . . J "' 1 , V C Linda First 1 X. gy W ,x v In K on . I V -. .4 , deaf C 2 5 if . . .,. M' " , w if . L " f if ., My 74 W 5 i A .vi N . C ghiwl o 2 Q- Zvi-2. '-Kale or 1 'ag' ' r ' Emotionally charged, Dean Barthelmes heaves a door into the bonfire at the Academy - Pep rally. -r-N""'.,sN ,rf H i A . y in Ay A r 5 lf' Agslafnvsa'---W S- .. 91 William Fisher Terry Ford Sherry Gallagher Jeff Gante Dale Gauslin Tom Gay Kim Gehrlein Jeanne Getschow Gregg Giles Lisa Glenn Darlene Goldstein Fred Gravatt Caren Grayson Chris Green John Grenaway Leslie Gregor Lynne Guigliardi Jack Gundrum Doug Hall Dave Hammons Jeff Harayda Becke Hein Phil Herman Dale Hevner Lavon Hinton Judy Hogan 92 'Uv our favorite is cookies if , if J G l Skeptical of school lunches, Bill Joint peers into the steam lable. iz. fi-z ' . .-. h ,' gjji E, N --f '-'f '13, ' Denise Hunter Steve Hyzer Carolyn James Becky Jenson Cindy Johannes X3 KS J .ug A. X Janet Hubert Bill Joint Christel Johnson Linda Johnson Shirley Johnson Randy Kimmel WY y-...vww Juniors G. Giles, B. McKee, B. Nelson, and G. Sesler simply can't get enough chocolate chip cookies. we-r 89' Patty Kalie Bruce Kaufman Lisa Kaufmann Doug Kennedy Robbie Kennedy Kelly Kindle Scott Klimow John Klochak Steve Kocher Gina Koffman Tim Lachinsky Linda Laird Chris Lauderbaugh Paul Lichtenwalter Alice Linder 93 i John LoFlusso David Marasco Matt Marchini Luis Martinez Deanna Marx Jay Masi -mb- Carol McCriIlis T Tim McGill Brian McKee Chris McLaughlin Kelly Merchant Barb Miller .iw ,ii v W X our moods change as do we Briar' Bfewel' appears perplexed with the results of computerized scheduling. in ff? is i-X' i, N ref i On a sunny day, Charles Carson finds the bumper serves his purpose. N iiiitfilltaa xii Wmtxtlllxxixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw' -. 'M .M -V ,gf A ., . , Y K- i 4, f nr at i6 . ,I - 1 'L '-11.541 fi l X 551 x C ,,,vn'-"""""'MM Cheri Morrow Nada Moyak Mark Nardo Bud Nelson Tim Pacy Marilou Parco Brian Peelman Brian Peterson John Motsch Len Nederriter Daryl Parker Mark Petruso Joe Mureo Mark Nixon Kim Parker Shirley Petti ig. 'vm-Q Joe Pontillo Darryl Rogers Shawne Salvage Dave Schneider Lisa Sementilli Debbie Siegal Brian Peelman and Dave Schneider avidly view the latest trophies won by our athletes. ' 'r N' t is 'fy 4 1' 3 Yi Lunchtime eventually arrives for Joe Pontillo who voraciously attacks his hamburg. A-any Anal, Qu l S ,, rg .. M, 1 ' Lelitzfsv ea p V L? 1 ' ' ' Q Fw. Q .ll,:l5f:, ,, f : , :aff It 4 La 'lf l V . , -. ' f v .-. X i ' gill. 2 ,ii ' l , ' 1 vw' t if 231: r vmv- p ,ff . fs-Al w , .- . W th - ,V M . ji W Vial, aw vb 2 -fr l j 1. D 1 -. ff A as 'vs 1 1 1 'W -... I '. -puff' 'CVS fi ' lX" t James Powell Tom Rettger Jerry Rose Cheri Rouse Paul Scanzillo Debbie Schaaf Linda Scott DOH Segal Jill Servidio Greg Sesler Robin Shoop Mark Spaeder , . Rick Robison Albina Sabatine Dave Schillinger Elaine Semenoff Nancy Shutts Francis Spearman 95 Patty Steinhauer Debbie Swiencki Debbie Tate Jeffrey Tate Bill Thompson Derek Thompson ' 3 Van work . . ax in R w my .f-- it 7. ' -A As the days grow longer, Daryl Parker finds assignments get shorter. O vip' . ,v Q . 4, A. ,ol Q 1- 0 ' . my 4' " 4 Sarah Thompson Judy Timon Cheri Truchanowicz Robin Twyman Jeff Vactor Kirk Vincent 96 0 ' 4 4" n . fun . . . bring results .Q W ., xii , ,E 3 yi Q In the silence of the library, Nancy Shutts works more efficiently. , I' ,r E, 'sbfi A EJ "ITT . Z , 9 v is -are ' - I A-M, if Ext' f - 'cf Q-.., Lisa Vomero Steve Waddell Aaron Wassell Debbie Watson Lana Wilcox Phyllis Williams Paul Witosky Casmir Wolanin 1, fi " . ,.. -iw M av filthy X Y Y Y I iw. ', l Mike Walls Al Wehan Bob Winslow Derrick Yarbrough 41.112 A fl ' V Q, . , A? W RA at Se my r' . any . 3 2 'P' 'Stiff nm k i V David Walters Kim Whitehill Glendale Winston Mary Yeager At Toy and Hobby Shop, Mary Munson empathizes with "Weepy." .4 With PSAT time approaching,J. Harayda, S. Hyzer, and J. Klochak study Patty Young Bonnie Zebrowski sample questions. 97 Sophmore year found us getting more involved in activities, growing more self-sufficient as weli as more aggressive. Our cheering and our ac- tive participation in pep rallies and extra-curricular activities refiected our enthusiastic school spirit. We "silly, siiIy" sophomores became an impor- tant part of the school. Although we boasted our seniority over freshmen, we were still aware of the respect we were expected to show up- perclassmen. No longer were we the meek ones. We wanted recognition and we earned it. sophomore: me M S 3 I K i i V ,At. V... i I X , ,..,f-Q, V muff I ' 42 rf -4 7 " ,557 EX - 'Y. sa, E? . . J ff ,F-lr 'fi -- wr V s , ffrvf vw , T: fly, ' 'Aix f 122 .. S '.c 5,gg.:,,? ,LL. so . , if' ,mm f ' w g . 5 vw' Q T A. f t Slw A K1 Y"Vi itil. Chris Ackerman Leslie Adams Bradley Amidon ik is CV WA We is 6' gk YN-r L A Mike Adamszek Cheryl Althof Dana Anderson If uv F, 4. A qw , . X, 5 Joyce Anderson Steve Argeny EEilene Atkinson Gary Ballman Karen Baughman IZ. X '. ' N N3 8 L 1 Y 5 lg K rl .f K" yy? 53 mi . l ll wi? ' Patty Anderson Bruce Asbury Alex Baldi Leander Barnes Steve Baughman all learning prepares us Connie Bean Jodi Beck Mary Benson Chris Borkowski John Borreli Mark Brandt XX. Gary Briggs Gary Brown Joseph Bucci Barb Bucheral Marjorie Burt Cheryl Carr I J f ii - - fl fr ,, if , . l sill 1' Finding the correct word in an unabridged dictionary is N real challenge to sophomore Brad Heiple. C - Mary Covington Karen Crawford Cherrie Curry 100 we ' ,M Dale Carr Marla Carr MaryPat Carroll Barbara Carter Robert Carter Jane Chitester Jim Clark John Clark Dave Coffman Deborah Colbert Clifton Coleman Bob Conklin John CUNY Flon Cuzzola Bob Damewood Howard Darr av'-4. ..4,,f, w i .1-.W yr Fiobert D'Aurora Stephanie DePaIma Coleen Dombrowski Flon Ellis Tom Davenport Mary DeSantis Connie Dunn Debra Evans ,fmt 've i, Q Kia M X '4IfL"" f'e:i l??'if?e::g f.. 5 t ii 1 . . V ' if 'Qi 7' 2 ifij r 3 ' K f- K if A. if I 1, , -.f-1 . 4.4 - ', V, ' S, few .- . ' .K ' 'Z' 'if S4 W' WT' azgzaazi' i I ,K ff ' 2 ii! A 69' David Defazio Cynthia Dietsch Leslie Dunn Carren Falcone 'VM 'Q' Marette DeJong Helen Dodick Mark Eller Chris Falcone Some students workg some daydreamg others just goof off. le,-it v-nn-qw No matter how lengthy the assignment, Mary Benson persues it assid uously. Nancy Figurski Frank Fosco Ron Francis A Paul Fiorelli Gerald Floros Allison Foster Cathy Francis Tim Garlington Werner Garben 101 Deboralene Henderson Lori Goodwin Ken Gore Dorothy Greene Colleen Gregory Floyd Gregory Bill Grucza Jeff Grzegorzewski Nishi Gupta Lawauna Hansbrew Jeff Harden Danny Harvey Kim Hasbrouck Rick Hawkins Sue Hawkins Brad Heiple Delvon Henderson Anita Henry Steve Jaycox Terry Jenkins John Johns Dwight Johnson Wi! it Laurie Johnson Michael Johnson Ethyl Kalogeras Ron Karpik Joe Cacchione Loretha Keys '- The office bench is a good place tor Lisa Kowalewski and Chris Falcone gr Nanci Leroy Darlene Lesser Jeanne Lieder Steve Lind we-.-im: vvw Anne Lose Bill MacDonald Kim Mallin to do their chatting. Melodie Manges , 'wk 'fra' L V Linda Martin f ,Q Fred Martin Hur xr . is 'i , his , -xy7.,,,, , ,f 1 'tug' Edith Knight Lisa Kowalewski David Lachinsky ix f 3- 1- Toni Knox Cindy Kramer Peggy Lasko ' x 'Tv Susan Kolb Debbie Konkel Karen Kramer Annie Larkin Mary Latimer Diane Lepo Florine Martin Debbie Mayers ' Candy Mazzo Matt McAllister . U Mf' "M xv' if af " WF? . 103 Tammy McBride F'toseMarie McCall Corinne McCracken Darrell McCullum James McGarvle Debbie McLaughlin Eileen McLaughlin Mary McLaughlin Michael Melaragno Charles Mellott Keith Metz Cheryl Meyer Paul Michali Halica Miller Hally Miller Terry Miller Terry Montgomery Roberta Mott Brenda Noble Ftobin Noonan Mike O'Connell Kevin O'Leary Laura Ostrowski Becky Overmyer some sleep . . . others dream S-iv 3.--yr S-1' -A t"? if-v kv' we-"' Patrica Overmyer Ollie Paretha 104 Soctt Pali more Rob Parker 'A Jim Pancurak Steve Palimore James Pearson Ella Mae Pickering 1':..-'lf' Oblivious of school rules. Terry Jenkins turns :ii WM, an M ui' F J M43 5 iii ff f"'i-wg?-M flag? Www "" Mmgmmm K. fa., .. ,. , .- it .,,- L ,,..,.WlL, .,, ,A Q ' ., ..:1.,u 4-5 1,1-,mY'.k jc-of ggi 'A . v .,.-,. sa:-a'-essifg:--,:1.4 Yay-ti,-, kfuqg .. 'w i .yi :'p's1.'f-Q r , A -. .- J, 'EA N ii' .wig 'A . -- J .z.:.,....Q: ,:1y'g., H, ' -1- .-Q, i ia. -zitf'2'?' .1 i . .fi by C J T M58 K-H K in fag-gas ,i - .i .,, W , , W K ..., ,wk-is E. wwaimw-ww Rita Provencial Cheryl Peebles Teresa Pianka AnnMarle Pruveadentl Ira Quinn David Rhodes The library serves a dual purpose: a place for napping for Norma Schoullis and an atmostphere for daydreaming for Connie Dunn. Kristie Roberts Robert Robinson Mark Robinson Randy Rothermal Mary Ryan Tammy Salorino Cynthia Sales Dan Schaaf Tim Schaaf Pat Schmitt 'FQ Mark Schnars Norma Lee Schoullis the cafeteria book trough into a makeshift bunkbed. Mary Schultz Daniel Schwartz Kathy Sell Dave Sheldon Patricia Sherrell W 105 ,gum ,ff Lit'-ash' af .r.. -warg' f S ,ff gli raft f T f NM af ,.-If 1 it- 5-fufii ,f my we are unpredictable At-lil Janice Schilling Joe Shoop Debra Simmons Tammy Simmons Wayne Sipes Jeff Smith Trudy Smith Collin Stanton Paula Shushok Tonya Simmons Sam Smith Charlotte Starocci ft 'Kip I iv" L Flon Cuzzola and Tammy Salorino react in unlike manner to a classroom situation. Mary Strange John Stuart Carol Summerville Robin Swallow Flose Tatalone Joseph Tedesco Amy Terranova Lisa Testrake David Thomas Margie Thurston Kevin Trotter Karen Truchanowicz 106 ea: it l 1 nk xx 4 A uw f fe- 's 7' 1-4, J -fi 5 . l tx t X Do-gooder Floyd Gregory rescues a frightened Leo from his hall aerie. b-..,,-- WNW., ,A Q vw- Mike Turner Gail Vagnarelli Rita Verdecchia Gail Vincent David Wade Lonnie Wall s A Having seen too many television shows, Chris Ackerman becomes the padg Dale Vicos, the victim. . 1 1 , i t 42- -- yb j 3 ll M -f ' x- -2 'Q A Brenda Ward Mark Warnaka Bill Watkins Karen Watkins Jean Wayne Linda Weaver V.: .. Bruce Welch Jean Wells Carol White Diane Whitney .wry ,, is-' vr-! V Flay Wild Mark Williams ,ZH Mike Wolfe Merle Wood , Jim Young Karen Zeiber Brenda Zimmerman 107 What started as hesitation in taking part in school activities changed to eager participation as freshman inhib- itions wore off. It didn't take long until we learned how to cope with the problems of attending a senior high. In time we found our way through the maze of Academy's architecture. We learned to respect and look up to most upperclassmeng others we learned to tolerate. From high in the balcony our Freshmen Battle Cry started as a murmur, but soon be- came a mighty roar. Neophytes in new surroundings, we gradually attained self-confidence and found enjoyment and pride in belonging to Academy. freshmen JWYF11 hr L.: I if if rf-, ni-' Kathy Allman Abby AIOOY Kelli Ames Tom Baltes Cynthia Barnes Felita BaI'l'16Tt ,acxf Q, V .,,. dv' ff r Q A X ii wzv "sw uc Baker acey Barney Linda Baxter Sharon Becker Larry Barney Candy Baum Jackie Becker Chuck Beckman Jim Benton Linda Breakiron Sarah Burger Rebecca Brown Jeff Burger Yolanda Butts Alan Campbell Eddie Carder Aaron Carson Charles Carter Lynn Carter Sherry Carter Rose Chandler Linda Clark work does not preclude fun l .- Wir .Q B . w. at K . , 'Irv 5, . Q- if -qw-r , as ,. ,big-va. it Whatever her reason for being late, Debbie Mayers is Debbie Clarke Jim Cohen in 5 hUffY T0 Q91 Somewhere- JoAnn Conti LuAnn Conway John Crishock Bob Czarnecki Paulette Davis Sandra Davis "-we 11 Q. 4 ,, tilt. -tv 1 'I , H 5 eg g, A W--fs fl 'gf lg fi Angelo Collazo Bryan Cooper James Dacus Jimmie Davison , if 5 s Donna Cooley Chris Crawford Laurie Daub Anthony DeBerry di 5'- 5 J, i i Since the ladder did not collapse Amy Terranova and Lisa Testrake dispel superstition. 4-mn" Nw Dwayne DeBerry Carrie DeFoy Matt Dennison Bob Depew Scott Dunn David Earl Janet Fenstermacher Deborah Ferrante Linda Fischer Kenneth Flemings Dennis Flower Flon Foster Cindy Fowle Michelle Gabutti Carolyn Gaduski Mary Galeski Steve Gamble Barb Gante Stephanie Garben Brian Garlington Laurie Gehrlein Natalie Giles Pat Gillespie Mike Gleba Richard Glover Brad Betz Patty Goetzinger 111 Pamela Johnson William Johnson Angelo Gordon Ricky Gore Robert Gore Lisa Gomersall Rachelle Goudy Mike Gravatt Dolores Green Richard Green Robert Grenaway Eugene Grygo Judy Guagliardi Gloria Guerra Jeff Hammer Paul Haras Tina Harvey Mark Hayes Colleen Hogan Rodney Holmes Gayle Howe Terry Hutchinson Joey lckiewicz Craig Jensen Elaine Johnson Judy Johnson we compete for honors Q- You'll have to do better than that, Sharon Becker, if you plan to enter the Frisbee Gwen Jones Sandra Jones Fred Jones 1 12 Olympics. l C 'iii' 1 Charles Carter, Academy's next Bobby Fischer, ponders l"llS NEXT ITTOVB. .Wm 450.4 da-...Az ' . A June Keep Melissa Kestel Craig Kimmel ,314 -W -xx Lori Kisiel Scott Kooker Willie Larkin Susana Lawson Karen Lewis Doug Lichtenwalter William Lindsey Alice Lloyd Alonzo Logan Jim Lojewski Tom Lupp Gwen Lyons Tracy Man na Cassandra Mansfield Pauline Marzell Randy Mazzo Flick McCloud Charles McCurdy Linda McGee Willie McLaughlin Donna McLaughlin Paul McStraw Greg Meyer Ina Michel Lynn Miller Mike Miller Jeff Milliron 113 Fabienne Mir Pat Mook Kim Montgomery Gerald Moyer Linda Murzynski William Nichols Trina Norton Lori Oatman Susan O'Brien Shannon O'Leary John Ott Donna Overmoyer all a GS love Saflfa 'W ',. ' 1 ,A 'inq- A. i A Tr. N-1 X sg ,, 1. i 1 i ,x " 4- ly I I 26:5 .wail ill" , v Having seen her Fiemington typewriter, Sue O'Brien finds all other gifts anti- V .X I . . . H ' I climactic. i lf , Q- h Jian W , .U its It "4 Q' K M -r'f .fgv 2 l A 4 0 w N I ag M an , fl ' we ,gay aa.. V ' W S ,' . Ei' M ,H mi. K ., , ,K . 4,1 , N . , H Vp K H K, AN 'vo s Ld' , . , ul . VH xiii . 1 X P-:Xa Xiliiiifi , A . L 211: . 4X ' .2 3 !1 f'X I 4 H' 1' Quincy Polk Maureen Ponce Mark Przepierski Jeff Fieigel Shebby Overton Scott Palimore Gary Page Danny Palmer Debbie Patterson Bong Parco Karla Paul Clifford Pickering George Pifer Vera Rhea Phil Rhodes Darlene Ftieger 114 .1 i . , . M .F I x KY? . -.it . Q Q , ez' I L""fM.,v, Q A k fat E , , i A ' ' all , A by lil, t .V 5 my ri : l. A at H f K , ' .fix 'V ' .fx f. . , , f - M , 1 o Carol Ring Theodore Ritchie Jacqueline Rivera Lillian Rivera Raul Rivera Barbara Roberts Gwen Roberts Mark Rouke Cindy Rouse Jannine Rudolph Susan Rupczewski John Sabella I is Lisa Gomersall and Kim Montgomery patiently wait for Santa's appearance 1 ' f , ff QW, ' 'Q 5, n o iii !" r wig 1 A V ' , 21:22 I f it S - Nab-, J S W Q iq..- . H . . , 4 A . . if my V zfff- ii r S - 'j Q 1 , X X- f zz?- W ,I 'K K Q it K ,F J,i , r, i , ' V . A :wh . S R J, iii ,, ,N . fp - A WV! Q9 'ky 1 3 W i sg, ' .W 1 YK 1 A, ' if ' .M 1 'xi' 'SPL' x 11 ,IQ i - W , ' - At Y, - if' k r ,ie K ., usa 1 3 .gz'wT. ,g., 'Em N,,1,,1- . at" it f all 1 if Al T I 'rv 'VI' -US L atb W3 Debra Sapp Raymond Scalise Valerie Schoenhouse Kevin Schroeder Norm Seman Tammy Sheehan Paul Shesterenko Jim Shutts Mary Sledge Sharon Slupski Lori Smith 115 never underestimate a freshman 'Nfl .1 K 'W 'V' 'af ' Tom Som Darlene Stanton Paul Stockhause James Stone Walt Stone Andrew Tate Christine Elenor Thompson James Torok Thompson April Trotter Laurie Ugino Sandra Totleben Dale Vicos Larry Vincent Richard Verga Who's behind that false face? Look carefully at the upper picture. Now look below. Voila! The mask is unveiled and we recognize the smiling face of Larry Barney. 1 Wxzzv if i Melissa Vroman Carmella Walker Laffy Wall Fionnie Ward Daniel Waikins Dame WHTSOY1 Debfa Wayne Dennis Weed Susan Wehrer Brad Weiner, Douglas Wheeler Jeff Wi1iif0I'd Annette Wiiel' Asella Williams Brenda Williams Dale Williams Margaret Preston Williams Yvette Williams T0m Wif1Si0W Ronald Williams Wisniewski 3 'vs Perhaps two can paint a Foster seems to think so. window frame better than one. At least Ron ?"73'1Y" Barbara Wood Linda Yanoska Jeffrey Young Carolyn Wood Charles Wright Susan Yeager Dan Young Michael Zeigler Jim Zollner ,AA I '53 it uyql 26.5, Ll E LI Q ' 1. I-B L-I ISL! Bl , , FWAG - it AM 3 Ld1L,,,'r'-4 Ev.,- -- -gwfvq-1" . f, ,,,,.Ls - , . , .. X K Y, -X mg, Aff, fm -A uf - ' :. .. 4 Q , -fl. , , ' X 1 Xe M ' ' . s . W- 1 .wi MW . .. . 4. , M , 5, T, ,Q "H '.. f r, .' -. ITSM "SL" -A: ,L .-'99, of' sg v " mx 1 sm 1.5 '09 'Q SW' . mi eil- W5 . I s J Jiltiiifp- Lfiiis as C-Sivan Z' ' . Jwl' iii AX X P I 9 Vw 1 lu ., .y . K in Yi at W sm: 1 - Q W vw-cf' ' .1 ff l M ,,A, . ., . . S X M 'T . . A . A . .s.t n , " ' ' A' A f Yi if In i" x 't Jtlffi rv 'N ' 1 r A ' or if W1 ,fpm1,,,f- f 1, .,,-rw , , - V .- ....., .1 M. N A tl. V -, 1' , M, gp. . M .MM wg ...M rms- ,,, - w5,5, . 1 . - - "F ' - . -V. if' - T i . LW- L.. ,L , . T First Row: S. Barney, L. Franklin, S. Steffey, K. Gustafson, Fi. Marzka, J. Stewart, P. Hammons, D. Hunterg Second Row: A. Carson Vincent, S. Klimow, M. Petruso, Dave Barthelmes, R. Coleman, Dean Barthelmes, D. Hammons, T. Jaggig Third Flow: John Clark Page, D. Wade, B. Joint, M. McCallister, R. Carr, Jim Clark, C. Colemang Fourth Row: T. Thompson, F. Gregory, B. Garlington Quinn, P. Rhodes, D. Rhodesg Fifth Row: D. Lashinski, T. Smith, G. Briggs, K. C. Fryling, J. Peebles, Coach Christensen, Coach Goff . .fm 7 .f nszggy, f gwi ww was gifwq. "v glg'S2,4+2gm.1f flaw, .t .3 f,5..1gg,,,g, '-L ' ' 1 iigiif'15535T1Qtg23ibg"55gl55f25WfffglgQrii'v.zZF'r 1: rftfwgl T Lion defensive stalwarts Cliff Coleman and Darroll Hunter wrap up an East High runner in gay shim 'ww 45512 third quarter action. S' figffi' 1 'K A 't2.... tifl 2 S f .ir, . it it .'.,, W.. 5 ,'3f 225: pf 5- X ' A ieemf 21,5-a . if 57, . ,,,, ...,gf.:,v ,mph f I s W, . if A L .-it f:.ze,l,..i1k'ggfv-. 'V A1 'txtvfvli Y . -if 'M .sf 'fu .W:1:w.,rf.:. f 1 X " gs':+C' Yfimiib '3?l.?'1WT1f' '- - revs? tiviftgggf .q'if'U " i . A .'- .':55tf.Mf, 'fi 142' if -if -, 4- Bo.: ., Fagiuf .fy Vgif f" 1. J T f , . i"f.f11k' I g . fi... , - . , ,.,,,,f .f M., f fmaeit' - "" . I .. 5 5 ft' 2 E., ,3, 32102 T ,tin ffiffa' Q Q ' is it Q, f' , A K el J 'S at Qs. Wt 'ZEN' - 2.4, f- hi. r 'Y .vii ' w Tk,.P5A 7agf U3 2-A gf' ' y , if H1f.pQ:,w - . f a wfizf' . f fe-V+... ,Q 2, r f wg, 1. L l is rf , ,1, fittfn. f . f , L V, 'HHS L 4' 7Q,i,. ' I 1 i , ,Q gf:-f. " '5r7i?""t .., 2 f gywigi . if af' f fa QiQQ1't'f'5. 1: E.:-, -. it fa. ff 3' ,.r Academy Football Lions ended the season with a 2-7 overall and 2-3 sec- tion record. Although their record didn't indicate it, Coach Christensen had built the youthful team with only 10 seniors into a strong contender for the Metro title. Academy's biggest win came over the highly favored Trojans . at McDowell f7'67' Coach Goff's major concern during time-out is explaining the defensive strategy for the The team was led by quarterback nextplayl Steve Barney, who ran as effectively as he threw throughout the season. Complementing Barney in the backfield were teammates Lionel Franklin, Matt McCalIister, and Cliff Coleman. Receivers Tony Thompson, Scott Klimow, Darrel Hunter, and Jeff Stewart were the primary targets of all Academy aerials. Holding down the Lion's front offensive line were Ray Carr, Ken Gustafson, Scott Steffey, Dean and David Barthelmes, Randy Marzka, and Mark Petruso. ig.: .Q .-J l it lm I I1 fi n ALL-SCHOLASTIC PERFORMERS Dave Barthelmes - Defensive End Steve Barney - Offensive Back Ken Gustafson - Offensive Tackle lions gain experience Quarterback Steve Barney, City leading yard gainer and Academy's major offensive threat, eludes his would-be tacklers. During the Prep game, Coaches Christensen and Mifsud discuss the next play with receivers Phil Rhodes and Randy Marzka. 121 Lack of participation hindered the Girls' Varsity Golf Team to the extent of their finishing a disappointing third in City Series. Linda First and Flichele Skonieczcka qualified in district play- offs, but failed to place in the State tournament at Hershey, Pa. Lions did well, but scorewise they were greatly outnumbered by opposing teams. Coach Sue Zawacki and returning players Linda First and Tami Salorino hope for more interest in girls' golf next fall. A , W lfitl ,iff Enix 3 H13 M l lilwal lim Mwiww 'PBX uit 2gMmI.3,V..M N sv, gm I2 ' xxx 5 1" 5i1f' 11 N' , 1a1?lfQ li ll .E???if'fTl liilwlf' f W . Ng. ', , 5, 55 4, it Hi. k5,,A3ix5git,gfE, it .Q . ,mjggi ff f ifff 1. ,lj ,. 1 xi' IFA at :5flV 4i." tt , ,vii lp 1, lf ..25t25B1'Sfag'i! if flxgb r h- , .L - y . I 1EiL,:,g -,r-my , ESV r -. 515,55 i.r2:'.,.:- t ff 'ww 1 2-A -5:5 -- '- f 2--vt -M -' h . . 3 -dr.-file WM aw.. l:lk... g2L.. ... sf H I Q K K. Q lg ,.- if fg,wi5P"' te,-.d.f.:Eiijr3s 1' ,',.0,.- ' . " 1 x - i 1' ' as i""M""' ' tif f. 1. ii',.:f'?"fg"" m - kti fi 51151 'g ilgvf 313 -- fw3'v,t- . -- -iw .,-j,-5352,-2,.,,.A --affi x - - W A 1 zg x fy-ff til :gif-1 . wil if f,l'!2fv23f1'i:6 "i7i,' 'M 'iii-Sgyirfii Mitt: : X - .-.fijuggji X 5u3fEfQ5,izQ3glrft, ,E 25 'i fy". " ' .M b figll ll it V- -A V 'A' Q -will .uw.,x!..f:li!t 1--Fmt iggisit'-,j,,,f55?,'ft ,L 3 , - . , i , .4 .M-3.,,:i,:.': , , 'lily ' -my .t. ,X -,. .... X -r Zgliili ' Eli 3.7 ,-my . , Q'3g2?,:':lw5 ' pm, ,E--ai H . ,wyx . f .. ' IN DESCENDING ORDER! Coach Sue Zawacki, Linda First, Flichele Skoniezcka, and Tami Salorino girls stroke to third With a chip to the green, Linda First ties upthe score. i An experienced golfer, Richele Skoniezcka line-drives a ball down the fairway. diamond girls place low Collision is inevitable when Chris Lepo fights forthe base. Lionettes experienced a dis- appointing season in softball, placing last with a 3-8 tally in City Series. Having clawed Strong Vincent 13-3 the first time, they mastered them again 12-4 later in the season. With their diligent efforts and team unity, East was upset under a 10-7 decision. Teammates mourned the untimely deaths of Cindy Schwabenhaur and Paula Loomis, two of the team's best players. Returning juniors and soph- omore players are looking forward to an active 1976 season. "elf"EU"'i"'3f!'1'IW5''Wi'"i'ZWil5if'W'?E?f?2iY '2i"4iF"-' '!Y'f'F'V'4' 'l"ifi"'C li' """'iI"i"'i' .""""f'l"5'f ,152 :li ff. .'plg,f""'i5'f1f'i3giligijv 1' Qbl 'glgg-l1,i,,731 wzivfllv 1- ,., ,fa ggi -V gf .2 1113 ,rv ,. ,pl ' ,' j Iggy, ,N A--1 -:,,,,..- .--ttf-5 -V 4. 31' 5,1415 'ivfwil -it irrrnp i.lv:'.-3,3frW '?:1lf- s-E S 'lla' ' .. WA S' 'Sl f .W 'igmtirgfiMft,-gg5,' ,g1.,',. w ,, ' Hfn g L- P , 1- , ' yi, "1-ui 52,2 .,,,, g,':,',i1,"f' -1-lx 1 A qu -, ' -' 1 'aff' af' ?.',if" ' - . f A at , J- . .l V 1 gi':.:r..tail:--:.' -Q. 'T' ...,.,l.,. .. IAVQ ,w ., . A H A 1 'J Wi fi. fi " 951 'girl ' gigqvmqgsl . -- . ' -iff. 'W 1 'ff::f2:f:f+:fffwfi - :.,,,a""rf't:rlr1, .m ,m,,,., . it V, - milf ' Fe .. ,gs if await-fls2l2o, , , ,.. , :?,fM.k ..,,,. , V TV ! CD0 z 1 11 1 . - firm t 1 12 trong. Vin y 3 6 KNEELING: L to R - C. Weber, C. Laughner, J. Flogers. ROW 2: C. Schwabenhaur, D. Williamson, C. Lepo, K. Henning, C. Sween, L. Seman. ROW 3: J. Cohen, P. Loomis, D. Fischer, J. Zeiner, M, Kapsar, D. Snippert, Coach Comstock 123 batmen slide to third W AHS O FJ 'M' , . ' I .SP g 3. .2 , . fain.. 55.-gg'-yfslkgg. 10 Falrvlew at B-5,,,, .. 555' 1 ' 5 Northwestern 2 If WFW.. l ,,.l . 5 -I f .t I if I L f-'y , ' -t .,, l. 13 Glrard 55011. f WW 5 N W , , ,Q . . W. 2 Rlpley, N.Y. 5 531 . 1 1 1 .5 or at 8 Corry 2 i . 5 J. M b , 1 Vmcent dd? U gm 1" , . gjeavz ,, ' - -, .g.ef-we 11 ' ' .ll :L -- 6 McDowell 5 5 .AJ 'PJ - H ' ' . . k 5 Q ' ',.1t,,y , y ' W., Q., J-Sxl-yy, ,ai . 5 Corry lil? . ffl I flu QM- f,,5, ' L lf ff 1 . ZW?" V k R f. 11255 1514 ?? ft. f","fl-1 ' Q . 2 Tech ffl? 1 X 1 . ff m G ala! 2 East V it X .AM MEA .U Wi w -ggff , Q g t 1:5 , 5 ',i: 1, . .,l.fggqlf"li, ? 1.4 -.el.5,,tiM Hs.. -- I .53 ' 'R 1, 4 Prep i 1 'A Q' X lftsg f nt 'tfl,'3 ,f 0 Vmcent tj, , 5 , , ee e , , , . er.r ww. t t ,. . ,, . . - - i 551' - 4 V'f:i.'f'f:-1 'v '. 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Honard, J. Clark, L. Neiderriter, Jm. Clark, P. Lictenwalter, J. Harayda, D. Rhodes, S. Carter, Mgr. J. Mureo. ROW 2: Coach Servero, D. Evans, T. Cacchione, P. Mobley, M. Merry, J. Coleman, S. Klimow, M. Carroll, Coach Petrianni. ROW 3: J. Klochak, J. Boss, D. O'Connor, D. Andrews, R. Marzka, Fl. Rugare, G. Muth, T. Klochak, Coach Rafalowski 124 T Q Deftly positioned Tim Cacchione manuevers to catch a low inside pitch. E31 are - W 'if Q My. t"""" ml ,' .. f-wi. y. 7 L N, . tl -f ' .. t V , ,H wi .. ,.,f K4 4. 1. i, .. - . . - - M ,. -,.'-T5 ml...-.Nxt First baseman Mark Carroll stretches to snag a high throw for the inning's last out. 4 Displaying his powerful swing, Lion's Dan O'Connor tensely eyes the pitch and blasts a hit to deep centerfield. Q,-,fl ,gf ' I!! iff .13 1. ' , I ',n . ' stlvf. .K 't " .ng 1 4" mmY:!mlr ,. mmirvkrarunvkmqlmmaumneswnannnaar The Academy Lions baseball team under Coach Ron Severo compileda 16-7 record. Though the team dropped to a disappointing 3rd place finish in city series, they came up with a better than average record. Leading the pitchers was Greg Muth who had 7 wins and 2 losses. The over- powering bat of Mike Merry, the team's leading hitter, as well as those belonging to Dan O'Connor, Tim Cac- chione, and John Coleman, provided a hopeful outlook for the season. Re- turning lettermen next year will be Randy Marzka, Mark Carroll, John Boss, Scott Klimow, along with Mike Merry and Dan O'Connor. l 125 't ,. ,W .fvlhx W Led by Howie Levin's individual 14- 0 record, Academy netmen captured second place in city series action. Other top players were Neil Leroy. Jim Golab, Mingo Frez, and Karl Koe- nig. The team, wrapping up the sea- son with a 12-2 overall, experienced only two losses, the final defeat com- ing in the play-off match for the city championship. ,.l. ,. .. ., ., ,A... tt.,ti , ..., 1, i Of' if M.a'11gf2Q,,11,:2i, ,,va,a3 1. 111211 .mg :fit 1 V , ' ' Fi .fwsveihl N it 5: pw f 2. K yy, 422111 - r W ar' Q--A-t.i1a',w FIGTITIHI7 Heal' fOD ' ' L , 7 ' 1-vw r v .-.. r . . . 4 . . ' 'Y ' v v V, , 4 V r . ,, Y r rf, . . ,.-,. X 4 Q ' A ,, ,lv h in I , s 5.41 fu k A .1 ,, .L.k -1 ,,., 5 Lfixmygg 1. 1.,1i:1-p, ,,.4P t.t. 4 ,Wmiif--. i--, 2 wr- 'E-g1'2titii1Q.iitl . - ,- mfigff' 1 Wil -rt f. ' W ' 1 G ully,-?' 'E-5.127 ,, .ast .Q .,,t 1 15Qf'2' 22' t.-,, ? filffiififl T , -ii fs ersf 1 2 1 r...r T 7 c Techie -M 2.9 g ., ...t,...,. ...W5 ,. ,, .mefcyhufst 2 ' A - 1 , .. . "" " ' f V v-1 .f 56 1 P Qiiil"'l A 'isi A-A iillt 1411... 1 - Q - ll 5.51: c ' y , .,21.l-fwk " ' ' 5 Mc li' 21259 ' ' ' 1 . , ,,1gLy5"'- , Y - ,L ,Q ...,, 4 'ti'i 131 . , . f ' 'T V .,,. I 7 .gil it 'W 0 Q, Undefeated Howie Levin shows his ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' "' '- W Ef,,L1i,,g V--V .5 N forecount volley which stunned many Jim Goiab makesaperfectlobl Kg-.m -PW"'fi l'f-lgl-we 1, m,..." it iitiiat ','il' -f Q opponents' Mffjg. I .L 1 I ls it KNEELING: L to R - Coach McDonald, J. Golab, N. Leroy, J. Newlin, M. Frez, M. Tate. STANDING: C. Johannes, J. Radov, K. Koenig, H. Levin, L. Musarra, B. Thompson 126 tennis team zeroes ..-40' ROW 1: L. Adams, S. Becker, J. Becker, M. McLaughlin. ROW 2: J. Getschow, M. Benson, C. Johannes, Coach Del Sandro, tabsent: T. Smithj. With no racquet available, Leslie Adams finds other uses for the tennis ball. Many opposing factors sent the Girls' Tennis Team to a struggling O-16 record, cellent Playing despite their efforts and ex- coaching of J. DelSandro . first position was Cindy Jo- hannes, followed by Mary Benson, secondg Sharon Becker, third, Trudy Smith, fourth, and Jeanne Getschow, fifth position. Academy sent three girls to partici- pate in District 10 playoffs held at Edinboro campus courts. Star player Cindy J ohannes finished third in sin- gles competition, later teaming up with Mary Benson for doubles action, but failing to place. r if , N ii..r it . .. . firm .J-A 5-H -f. li., r,,.t,,i, .,.,4il,,ifb.Wi, .5.,5gN.Qr,A ,xiii lim 'M E W 'Y P x 2 f?f73?f-Wifi Eff D 5 A I r . Ei' 1-xi dard - .111 5- 17 ,- . . :rs -g ttf' ,ilk.535.-g.gaf,:efgaf,.5 i'.,'f- we 'J f . I iiifi3t" S5355 ef ff-ffffefii ' 2-rag .Sas.QiffHi.fS'UEfQ 4' it-.i"?,,:el airy, ,,., - -r':1Q."S'1, 'i2' ' wh iff "i' -L ' T-f ew 'f-is owe s'Mff fiW ' rf ..-'tif' je t si ' twat ,. A Vw 'nc ,A i"5t'TQ5,i?f '1f37 fi . I : n :res l a w ie 55 i V 9 Sig 'i ':"f lf. 1 . a M- A ..'r,4?g.: 42.5. , ,i-- -was f ,: galil' - .cs .X 1 .as.feifv.'ss4..,,, egg.-gg 0 McDowell 7 fvmq. 6 . get Lil ' wx fs ,T ,., .M W, ,f.. 51 +,...ift:.1x . 2- if "-21r:ea2ifiS 'L-pl tai, 'FL V' NJ 'S' ..gj5,5,5 'ggfai 5K 'vw iw x Si 3?w451fs4lf,:i:+0g.. A it ww.. Alf., . ja 123: Q i1 W' .,tsfI.fwa:ff5ffat in '50 fa 5 ti,39..5,Qa-ttf.,Ag,g.t ug A at sta MQICYH5 f- Mary Benson, displaying her usual good form volleys the ball over the net. TOP: L to R - Coach Flinn, P. Shesteranko, J. Boss, J. Fladov, R. Cooney, J. Klochak, ROW 2: L to Fl - P. Lichtenwalter, D. 0'Connor, T. Whalen, T. Gay, M. Saul. fabsent from picture, P. Haras and Coach Sokoloffj Y? , 5 'Q John Boss carefully lines up the putt that later changed the match in his favor. ' iv A 5-fu 1 .A , ,M fig. .W rfk ' ' eu,- ,Q 4 3 V ' tw , lm , A 'fbi' ' li' fa 17 KTMTF S I 1 " J' ' " ' 4. I I , y s .1 . 15 , L ' rf " P 5 1' . Up' ,fmsw " . Wx nu.-W -. 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'f"' -' - Q H .fe ',. s?w'S1kffMsfl'4'-'H .35,.5,1.',Ls5'i5j,.'V,Q, V g tk" ,ivy 'igvmag-4' fl'vs,.sf:gb!g.f.,:.:1i?,tg . .. -F:fff,1'11:'5'?l5EfyfE11.pgS5.-igjwf , :Z.Mrf.z.k24ib.-'.QmJfw,c: ms ffff9cS5m'2.m:+w.:+wff-My-:eg' U Star golfer Paul Lichtenwalter practices the art of , putting of before a crucial match against Prep. ' l'hl!HE1f5YV".c'R!dlMU5mV. .ilk GMM? v . DRP wap. E eq.- The Academy Golf Team finished with a bleak 8-7 record. Although only showing a mediocre tally, the link- sters displayed above average talent. John Boss and Paul Lictenwalter gained berths on the All-Metro Golf squad. Teammates Tom Whalen and Dan O'Connor, potentially good play- ers, were named to second team. Lic- tenwalter, a junior returning next year, and Boss, a senior, paced the team by compiling 47 and 43 points respec- tively. AHS Opp 4M Vincent 19W 16 8 E299 23V2 M 11M lvld blyveli 12W m Prep 16W 17 Q .gky Q M 15 , stir. 34 i'iiii x i' ' ls. 1 own M 1 5" 'iis',i F l . 10 1 20W A tis 4 ,, . ' at sll fmt A W, an . '-,X.aV--X-t.' 'Nc On the greens or on a snowy slope, Tom Whalen's enthusiasm remains stable. 129 A first in out-of-town travelling for the boys, the J.V.'s beat Greenville on their home field with a resounding 6-0 score. Standouts for the young lions were Phil Rhodes COutstanding Offen- sive Player of the Yearj, Gary Page, Jim and John Clark, Aaron Carson, Brian Garlington, Ron Cuzzola, Joe Peebles CDefensive Player of the Yeary, Steve Jaycox, and Floyd Gre- gory QMVP of the Teamj. -'M Floyd Gregory and Joe Peebles watch as their teammate Steve Jaycox sacks a Prep quarterback for a 10-yard loss. gridders managed third Front Row: F. Holmes, M. Melangro, S. Jaycox, S. Smith, R. Gore, D. Sheldong Second Row: John Clark, D. Johns, J. Pearson P Rhodes Jim Clark, D. Dunstong Third Row: F. Gregory, A. Wehan, G. Page, L. Barney, R. Cuzzola, D. Rhodes, J. Peeblesg Fourth Row: A Carson, S, Quinn, J. Young, B. Garlington, A. Tate, Coach Danias. gymnasts fail to score Row 1: L to Fi - Vera Rhea, Candy Mazzo, Lynn Carter, Valerie Schoenhouse, Cindy Flouse Row 2: Linda Yanosko, Karen Zimmerman, Lisa Gomersall, Donna Overmoyer, Lynn Guagliardi, Laura Ostrowski, Coach Forinash Fiow 3: Anne Ott, Melissa Kestel, Carolyn Wood, Jeanne Getschow, Lisa Vomero, Maretta de Jong Individually, Academy girl gymnasts performed outstandingly. ln spite of their zeal, they finished the season with a disappointing O-5 record. Un- der the coaching of Miss Debbie Fori- nash, the girls practiced and trained during after-school sessions. Leading the pack of seventeen hard-working gymnasts were Lisa Vomero who showed a talented second place in vaulting during the City Meet, with Donna Overmoyer capturing third place on the uneven bars. Most of the girls will be returning in the fall, ad- ding experienced players to an other- wise novice team. t, -vw--1-'ffr,...,,i.,m ,Q N C JW., AHS L . .s Y 3 fi C 117 . 29-30 1 Coffv ill" ' -sl' -f V fi A 33.40 GW t . V, " '. aw-i'ii11t45:fm: f - 1 .pw Y " zi- ff r " pr: ,zwff ,' gs """s.,a iii 34-00 f if if ML . 5 - .r-vt-.f .lv-.-.--A 3 1 '. fx r ,W 4 .f 'V 1' f, ' ' ffm' MSW , if ' ' 1 ITE! it Q- il' ' ftvzlit, - " In 3 41,1 1 ' an Lisa Vomero scales the leather horse, ending her vault. Mill circles on the uneven bars is one of Jeanne Getschows gymnastic specialties. 131 wrestlers pin down third place W 'A - -'g ' "" Standing L - R: B. Garlington, P. Hammons, L. Barney, D. Barthelmes, R. Coleman, M. Gleba, P. Rhodes, D. Vicos, J. Borrelli, D. Palmer Kneeling L - R: W. Lindsey, D. DeFazio, S. Adamszek, S. Jaycox, P. Stockhausen, T. Schriefer, R. Wall, J. Honard. st is A -r :ei saw.. -X .. EXQHS 'ifl .jgiitiigp Opp? si 7 ..,Ve. ..g,gf:.y,MgDowell 57+ f 41 ... A. 29.1 .AAALQ nn 54511 gg. 'Q Tech , 'P'll 1 .53 ' Fairtiaw t 34 25 it LQPP 32 37 or Vincent. .el .liee 2'l 3 15 39 le.' 21 11 S 1 SWEP 44 1 24 Girard 34 11 Tech 45 Coach Hayes' grapplers completed the season with a 4-8 record, earning third place in city standings. Tom Schriefer at 132 lbs., and Academy's best wrestler, compiled a 13-1 regular season record, winning the city cham- pionship. Schriefer was also in district competiton and a contender for state honors. Other outstanding senior grapplers were Jon Honard, Wayne Lindsey, and Pat Hommons. With such talented performers as Dean Barthelmes, Randall Coleman, Steve Jaycox, Brian Garlington, and Larry Wall returning in September, the fu- ture for the wrestling cubs bears op- timism. For a near fall in first period action, the referee gives city-champion Tom Schriefer three points. 4' i i .2 51 5 ,nt Academy-Tech Hockey team ended the season with an 8-4-1 record. Al- though now in their second year, the icers are not yet included in the city's interschoolastic sports' program. Their hope is to make ice hockey a school sponsored sport, supported by Erie City School District in the near future. Academy's Bill Roberts, Austin Reichert, John Gilewicz, and Doug Lichtenwalter were crucial in- struments in success that lead the team to the state playoffs. Remaining team members from Academy are Al Wehan and Tom Gay. - 33 4 - s rl 1 liL 21Ci '1+1f-i PW iii 5 .ur it LEW , AW - I - ., , , 1 5' lip iw?-', 75214-vt'-I. Xfgi g vhm . l' uf-ir 4.4. iii' ...SW w:"'1f1: ?f.' .ii1fl'f? 'lri . 4 . 49, 5 f-fg.,'.i4- ., gfwii .5 ' wifi.-3-tj ,jfgggf- 5 if ,ggi .gi yi E51 151: ,,L. r fizilg f I " 2 1 .2. glzsql- 152 . Q 'W 3. fi, '!""' ."'i' '- al' ti . -5 ' if?" .Wi Q. xiii at in W wi. f'iaS:iiiii:ilifr3?lf'ZI!l5Qi. . .ill-i li-il t 1134-:ia .2 ,.. '2.,,,i,..iiii 12:31 l2lC'l'Ml,fi.wifi-mix .i it - wi ll sg ,i i .-:tag Y, ,l , fy ' "' - 'h ifi ' I i it ia f H ,"-f"g41 w.' ,liitstqfgt-i.f'i,l .f is f.,lt,,.,f:,.l 5 Ji , ii 3 riiw gk qw . igiil gin, ' 'saw .5ifuiiliW5,qg., U 5' - Ja .?.9.i Yl 6 fmfrltti ,,, 'i 'iiiliiiiizi 1' .2l'lz'?l rrrr 'l t . . I I gil? Kqgj gg wx, 1- ' ii' ia gggii fszfgwf' N 72 X Center Austin Reichert prepares to face off against an opponent in gig f in i '33 5 flew mira period action. iilffi i il 2 A J - J . + 1 , ..,ifg.--mf W-.iv-:lik - V-,wi -3' i ..ei'fk:.ii1 ir:W.L,l2?Af. -i r: . - I J. -213,-H ':-ig, . ' ' gli' fig y ji fp Ava. F' , b. -,'1?f,i.r5:Qff"'i.'i ' if Eliirllfrlr. , 5? ighf tl-5i 'lii.....ii.if2iEi?if'f 5ZEli?'f??iQEig academy-tech icers check opponents lTop Row: L to r - J. Herman, J. Gilewicz, B. Roberts, M. Helmer, Row 2: Coach Harras, K. Ewer, T. Gay, B. Mattaisl, T Nels H Amthor, A. Teichert, Bottom Row: D. Allman, D. Lichtenwalter, M. Saul, P. Harras, R. McLoud, A. Wehan Kneellng: L to Fi - Carol Weber, Jean Wayne, Gigi Smith Standing: Coach Zawacki, Lil Wroblewski. Kim Mallin. M399i9. KHDSGV, Karen Watkins, Patty Clark, Tami Sicari, Sue Davey, Debbie Williamson, Flegina Bender. Our Varsity Girls' Basketball Team finished the season with a sizzling undefeated record of 14-0. Long hours of practice and hard play paid dividends. The team advanced to the PIAA District 10 playoffs against Cor- ry, being elimated in a tight 49-47 score. Top talllers for the season were seniors Lil Wroblewski C214 ptsy, Mag- gie Kapsar 11893, Sue Davey f174Jg junior Patty Clark 41233, and soph- omore Karen Watkins 4643. Coach Sue Zawacki attributes the team's success to complete unity. Making the City All- Star Squad from Academy were sen- iors Maggie Kapsar, Lil Wroblewski, and Sue Davey. Returning varsity players for next year's squad will be Debbie Tate, Patty Clark, Karen Wat- kins, and Brenda Coleman. Members of the Girls' Varsity sit stoically on the bench, waiting for J.V.'s to finish practice. 134 AHS 51 is b g 4 iii gi 43 ' East A 50 Mercyhurst 37 ,Vincent -5.0i 4 b iET.9Ch 4 7219i 1 7 7 Mcpowen 57 St. Benedict 56 Villa 5811 MGKGYNUVST. . . mvmcentg..- ....... 57, i -Tech 58 East L .57 MCDoweIl , . L ' A A A St..! Benedict . .S V. Opp V4 f42 i 40 39 23 as 41 s 46 39 45 L17 4 43 so 51 343. ,ag JA . ,fi Guard Tami Sicari has no difficulty in shooting a jump shot over her foe. Lion standout Sue Davey dribbles past her opponent to score an easy basket. varsity netters Girls' J.V. Basketball ended the sea- son with a 6-7 record. Outstanding players were Cheri Rouse, Sharon Evans, and Jean Wayne. Under Coach Harkins' supervision, team members played excellent basketball but failed to win a majority of their games. AHS 3 QPP5 24 st. Bendict y 29 5 S, 32 .MCDOW S30 21 , 2 w 530 1 . , , .,-, ,e.:,wi. . V .L V -.:-l"l 'ww " f - ' 2... ., . .i.i lii . .,f.. sg Vincentirr ii . it . li'. , 'lefg 1 Q l. ' rii i Easy 2 2 2432 'Agri m1Techs l 31333 M21l'rf 1 N Villa W 255 27j , East V, 24 31 St. Benedict 3 V303 ff' 26 McDowell 32 37 Mercyhurst, 29 . gr 30 , Vincent X 33 fa 40 Villa 3 .28 Determination makes Maggie Kapsar and Karen Watkins leap high forthe rebound. go undefeated Sitting: L to R - Tony Simmons, Debbie Wayne, Sharon Evans, Gigi Smith, Standing: Valencia Jones, Cheri Johnson, Cheri Rouse, Mary Covington, Shebby Overton, Mary Benson, Jean Wayne. 135 inexperienced lions finish last Standing L - R: Coach DiBacco, Fl. Carter, D. Siegel, M. McAllister, B. Joint, W. Stone, K. Gore, K. Gustafson, M. Pondors. D. Walters, J. Toran, Coach Flynn. Kneeling L - Fl: F. Spearman, T. Whalen, D. Johnson ik ' if ' I : ft:-'gg ,el ,z X. Z H I - . V. 1 1 OPP-S . . , , FM. Y 70 L 1 ,L ffdf wvu ,ati 54 ay,-n k is .. fr W ,- . 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't'lli,.3fM' I 42, ,O S 0 -E gg ! ?tint..wfg,A?, M- ..-' -'f - , . :U gs. 69a 44g 71' 71.. 70 - 47 7 70 sax, L57 1 Q . 2 vez, ',...- 2'5i3'Q5l2M"'w 5 VlI'1CSI'1ffi "'A' 7' ' k Eesti: McDowell .i.i ttitt f Agkroiifsprmigfieid East 62 55 fi:165 73 68 82 88 66 it 136 L f i-:fl .ia Substitute floor general Tom Whalen sets the play while other Lions trail the play. Having just received the outlet pass, Francis Spearman leads the Lion break. Reserve Darrold Hobson shoots an underhand layup in the game versus Jamestown. ' Academy Basketball Team finished the season with a 5-16 reacord. Veter- an guard Francis Spearman led Coach DiBacco's dribblers with a total of 342 points. Complementing Spear- man were sophomores Ken Gore, Robert Carter, Dwight Johnson, and freshman Walter Stone. Pulling re- serve duty were seniors Ken Gustaf- son, Darroll Hobson, Tom Whalen, and sophomore Matt McAllister. One compensation the youthful Lions real- ized by finishing in the basement of Section competition was valuable ex- perience to be used at a later date. Next season the entire starting team will be returning to offer stiffer com- petition to Academy's opposing teams. Despite the defensive efforts of the Jamestown cager Kenny Gore scores two points. Coach Flinn, J.V. Basketball head mentor, coached our young dribblers to a 5-10 record. Scoring high were cubs Matthew Crosby 42833, Ira Quinn 11731, and Craig Kimmel thigh in reboundsj. By defeating Tech, the J.V.'s broke a two year losing streak in City Series. 1, H JDE. +4 - " H" V ,. 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East V ,,y,r , , , , r i 5 52 .5 by V .Mimirr .,iga,L.,.,zl,.,:iV,'g, , ,wiAmir-,E,g:5f,,7.r. i,,, Meadvilleg J . , ,. ,F Commu n ity if 59 tii J amestown v Prep iaig K 'ili Tech l i ,,,, Vincent East K McDowell K r ,,,, c ,E"9Pg4.,, 'T6Ch'5f 1 it or - , Jamestown M ' Vincent EBSQ , .,i,,.,,L X, L ew ini ,e ',,i it .A S,,,,, , , , , wif.. i4.,,,r, .57,, , 59 , 56 E567 gi.. 65 i f 5' if 55ifi'f1'-A is '- fi 'e' .gy f 74M W, ., J.V.'s leading scorer, Matthew Crosby, takes his foul line jumper over the outstretched hand of a Jamestown defender. junior lions show promise Standing L - Fi: I. Quinn, G. Page, C. Kimmel, M. Crosby, G. Knight, S. Palimore, S. Harden, P. Campbell. Kneeling: R. Gore, J. Fuhrman. One of Academy's stronger poloists, Dale Meyers, swims in for a shot while being molested by a Tech opponent. poloists improve tallies Flow 1: L to B - B. Brewer, D. Meyers, B. Washek, D. Young, B. Roberts, S. Osborn, Coach Macey, Row 2: J. VanTassel, Mgr. E. Stright, M. Merry, B. Czarnecki, D. Lichtenwalter, D. Czarnecki, C. Green, J. Reigal, Mgr. K. Lyons .lr lift? is A 43lffl51i.te1li2ll1.1t5fi5i5slli2iliigtglEiftilflw 1 gggfmf ffigy' . I?." .1 I ' Q .:"Li 1flV'ffl ' " Marti - - 'fir . fliliuft rw' Efjgilwlgi li' m,ail'31 M 'im ' 11:15-ll+t 1. 'J .Hai Mgt' it fm' W ly' e r ,Q ' ,li-5, vi .ll '-' . M ...ri . 1 Et .w if E iii.. rfilfzfilt - ig - ' i ' ,' f Eflflylw' : M ' i .M 1. Jie ji ' ' "M li' 7' .-' Q i .. Qiif? A 1 i:f 5r1'14 1 :S'lS'5"' X' ' 3 14 4 iffwtx' W- .-,bl n " ,llL?T , reg t, tl iz.7L!r.E5 qi? 3 t, IW, 5 V ',5 '?wfj,!- :Zami-..,, J flair 5 1 V ' .lSsiyffl4Ter 1 ftiffigo l'ff 'f l wt W5 wgl .5f.,1l'el ., l ..,fz.," . .. K ling? ir. 292, 9 il' . , . ,,... U1 . 'atm 1 ,East mlm JL 'wi , of ,I I I r,Ef,,.1...m . l,.,f.,.,.A. ,,g5V?Bg,..k A34 7 ge, , LJ. , .b Xp' . 24526 v Iiilfiifiiri . li il . 1 W A I fis,Q.i:,':+r Mgzigtfi-Teri" silw 'll U if V W T T 1 llifflilflilirfftfllllllmllse-if?tziaizw. ::q.:ilef2z2m:1 f:':'i2eEff1:ii1si llllfEEiWg5Elllllimlftillltlli , Waterpolo Team turned in a 2-6 record with both wins coming over East High. Our poloists played each game competitively and ceased being the "doormat" of previous years. The most exciting game of the season was a 13-12 setback to Strong Vincent, the winning point made in overtime. Leading this year's squad were co- captains Mark Carroll and Dale Meyers, fowardsg goalies Bill Roberts and Michael Merryg and guards Bob Washek, Steve Osborn, Dan Young, and Brian Brewer. Making First Team All-City from Academy was Mark Car- roll, Second Team Dale Meyers. 139 hard work brings two wins Academy girl swimmers were not able to exceed a 2-8 final record. This season was the first time in several years that our girls won any of their meets. Despite the team's effort and long hours of practice, Jean Lieder, sophomore, came in first place in every meet in at least one event. Jackie and Sharon Becker, under- classmen, were not far behind. .AHS d Opp. ,p27, f 1 Tech 100 f ji 3011 ' Vincent 88p .100 ' Vi East A 25 A y 40 Tech Q 99 1 33 , Vincent 123 yy 123 East , 23 27 Iroquois 104 y 24p Harborcreeky, 143 d if 519120 V' cirardlffifisf 1 123 1 .125 , , -McDowell 7 99 l Stroking to victory, Carrie DeFoy displays her free-style form. l To improve her backstroke technique, Jackie Becker practices before a meet. '14 1 ,- .f .f .,.J.,.,,-,..1X,. J.AA.A..A..,Q,..,,L ,.,J.! ' ' 'l 4. k ""7i'V":l 3 A L, ,,,,.......a-a--l- i J. Lieder, J. Shaffer, C. DeFoy, S. Becker, K. Allman, J. Becker, P. Lasko, Coach Lansbury, D. Whitney. Front Row L-to-R: G. Rose, D. Czarnecki, S. Klimow, B. Czarnecki, J. Regal Back Row L- to-Fl: D. Watkins, S. Osborn, D. Young, C. Green, B. Washek, Coach Masi fil'ialS. My 1 X f 5, .gt 74. 36 69 as rnn'n f '56 , . 1. .,. . t . ' ,LTLQQ 'fl Academy sea lions snapped a three year losing streak with two victories over the East High Swim Team. Bob Washek broke the school record for the 500 free style, with a time of 5:51:O0. Dan Young captured City div ing title and did well in District 10 f ' -". 'f'A K viritsihnt McDowell Prep Tech S iigi. i S A"GTFard t,. ' ig x. 99? 99 it 1.20- 992 iii get fi, 2109 swimmers break losing streak Here we sea Danny Young performing a full twist, only one of his many diving specialties. l Dan Watkins' perfected butterfly stroke made him an ominous contender, placing him in the top ten at District swim meet. 141 Versatile sports figure Jeff Stewart confidently takes aim before he lets the javelin fly. Academy Track Team finished the season with a 4-4 record. Coach Mor- gan's cindermen fell to a 4th place finish in City, the bright note being their unblemished record against out of town opponents. Leading the team was long jumper Jeff Quinn, hurdler Jim Wolf, high jumpers Darrell Hunter and Rick Wolfe, runners Tony Thompson, Lee Griffis, Mark Montefiori, and Gary El- ler. With many underclassmen return- ing, Coach Morgan is looking forward to a better season in '76. 142 sprin ters fall to fourth Clearing the five-foot mark is no special feat for high jumper Rick Wolfe. - 1 , . l g I l .........-L- .an ROW 1: L to Ft Mgr. S. Lechtener, E. Johnson, E. Toran, D. Barney, J. Wolf, D. Hunter, R. Wolfe, D. Czarnecki, Mgr. M. Cohen, ROW 2: S. Jaycox, R. Manch, C. Carson, K. Beckett, L. Griffis, C. Heberle, Dn. Barthelmes, T. Thompson, C. Schnieder, ROW 3: Mgr. M. Costa, M. Brant, G. Eller, K. Vincent, T. Summerville, P. Witowski, . B. Michaels, G. Rose, M. Montefiori, J. Quinn, M. Petruso, D. Parker, M. Burger, D. Adams, J. Giliewicz, B. Randall, M. McCracken, M. Sokoloff, P. Anderson, J. Stewart, G. Hilliard, S. Steffey, Coach Filipkowski f Q . i E !,........w.. ... ,.: - '....,..........-.-,-- -.q.--.- ' 5 ' 'Q - .. Y " 'J Q. 1 . l Jim Wolf highsteps his way to victory. . T l , if . . NL K hy. ,. ,l AHS . 2 L :: ' ftfi5t0PD 65W g",,..'Q4,f Girard, :.l gg 48 Dawg 2'9" H 2. it ' J V' my ' it if " I' Q am ti- nn . . 1 . gg 83 ,fi gifgyn , -J - 'fm . ' of 1 ' if-l g., , K' N W Qj igf kf H ,88 it f l ,f .4 .E H40 it U p if M Sgiitwl f fl? Q: ::.'l ln anticipation of City Track Meet, Lee Griffis easily paces off the 2-mile run. Academy Girls' Track ended a triumphant season, sharing the city crown with Tech. Sophomore Debbie Tate, the lone Lion to attend the Girls' State Track Meet at Penn State, was selected the outstanding female ath- lete at the City Track Meet, breaking the hundred yard dash record with a 11.7 time and 26.9 in the 220. Ftigor- ous practice paid off as Lil Wrob- lewski ran the 80 yard hurdles in a record-breaking 11.8 seconds. Tami Sicari contributed two more records with the javelin C1 01'-11V2"J and shot- put 132'-6V2"J. AHS V S Q ,,,..g Opp 9 60 St. Bensy ',gi,.. 22 T 72 Mem 42 if 177 35 c 60 slsf 0 146. '0. sol .i 1 S6 ivii' .78V2 T girls tie in city action Captains L. Wroblewski, M. Kapsar, T. Sicari, and J. Wroblewski confer on track strategy. ' ' Y' A v- ' 1 . - "" s- aff' -.".I:-'ix-'Xf'f'-.:, - r ., . .. . . . " ' " . . :ff-at 'A . "' " V153 55? we "JZ-S '-:..1'wE"fh , t .6 ' ' '-'wf2,,:qf- jr . ,',7,,1.?:w.',- ,.: .1 , '- f ,C ,N Y-J, K 'w-gg I . --gg '-.,-fr ,. Sty' -' Q-Wg ff! -j14..3,,,,. Q '- R' s i at . uw.. ' -. f, . it fr . 5 1 - f av . -75 ig, 1 5 .fp ,45 , -,P ,if ff ' ,,, 1- . , 3... :ef-, 5 yew ., ,gr 'L M k - .gegttz r, ' H .gm . H . ,,: ':-. ,t , U 1. ,, !.,,,g,- 5.8.3, H-',...t.,, . A, V - H Q H P s S t. . V. aw.. .3 . 3 hw w, - .w -A z : V ,, , . 1,3 han. .513-.,f1m V1 410, L jug sp, ':.g:,.:.'-f..g. ,Q, f . ' A ,gy '- .Q 1.Q,,.s4f:- :iff-4 'rf if .af gg.. :Wm -, 'wiv' ' 1 ' ,".",.'.'r . yy 'V-Y' ML - XM? A- S 1. .':"+.'i,.",.u.2'i? 'f7'5:- Ml-z. ,':'f1.f4,1.,.fk.gg,g.,5 ,3,L5??3.j,p ' 'sims-. -najlfgxf -. -4'-Q -1' - . h W ROW 1: L to Fl - M. Carroll, M. Benson, L. Ostrowski, J. Malecki, E. Benson, P. Stockenbran, K. Warnicka, D. Welch, C. McCrilIis, C. Rouse, N. Moyak, ROW 2: Mgr. B. Costolo, L. Cook, J. Lieder, T. Smith, S. Grieshober, L. Vomero, C. McLaughlin, F. Martin, L. Wroblewski, T. Sciari, Mgr. M. Merritt, ROW 3: Coach Forinash, E. Stright, S. Silva, M. Chimenti, J. Wroblewski, B. Coleman, D. Tate, M. Kapsar, M. Ryan, K. Mallin, L. Allen, Coach Zawacki 144 Prior to an upcomina meet, L. Wroblewski, L. Vomero, and L. Allen expertly clear the hurdles. Garnering her full strength, Sue Silva hurls the iavelin. Deep in concentration, Tami Sicari prepares to propel the shotput. X. f ,N , J 259-ef .1 Q . ., , 'O NWQQ. ,Q i .Q iw-.....f. ' --'H 'O . Q lg Q lv . Q l ls. ' ' y Q. 1 . 2 With natural buoyancy, Nada Moyak preforms the classic scissors jump. 145 . Ks 'x I . K . .Jr f' 3 if l J 3 i The Cross Country Team, coached by new mentor, Mr. Vereb, improved their '74 record, finishing the season with a 3-5 in Metro-action and an overall tally of 5-7. Placing fourth at the sectional meet and sixth at the district level, the harriers were paced by Mike Burger and Gary Eller. With only three runners graduating, hopes for a promising season next year will depend on returning stars Gary Eller, Mark Brandt, Jeff Harayda, and Mark Nowotny. AHS .gglf - W ., P no 35, f , v is ell . l , ffl A L ,, , A -'fl ,8 1 . V t ?g.,,i--351,,. . yr H V I, SE,-' i, 'tv ' .,. W if f ' 'xrifi' " ll :E 3141 'flied l T I r V- .Q-. .L , ,wg V- ali, 1 ,fi . nu. W.. H'w'4.., .H -. lww,.,,l" :rw 4: v . -T , Iii gl "SRF h'ZKVtwJ'i'3' f. 7" n ',f"7f 4!:li'fQ.:ll:l,l.4. " V' 'f3",,.,f1..'4"l",g.f : ' -,fell V 3, f mf" '11 -'--- .w.,, tsl 4--."f"'- V, :i,.f5llg,. U. J ,il i4tf9ff1.,,-V. -f ',,,w,.,'..q,ly.. l rw., ,'f4f'J'd'51r, rw.-vig: .-w':'5g.gs-,',',..4'Gl.:f1' M411 94.141 W 'fm '-t"1'ld,l. ' .V .Wl"l?','?-li' tgsgmlkra',l.M"" lug Q3 PM" .. 53351. 1' .1 .:l'pfP.fw" r. 4 'A' 'I .1 D ' it -' Y' ,lqglfk vrilgff .ftrfflifl , -1 iw- , mf.-f'g."i"' .' flfr,rg1p,rfgv ::u,g.r,-...fi J' wily. 22555-.lf WEL 5' :rf 'FW 'Milf EEF? 'EWS-:lQ"l4' if 4' tilt? lt? il --gg' - 3 .nw l 1 ' ' .f .yr 4.-sf J:-::t.g,ff .4,- 4, I f lv, V . ,g,, . 3x' twill I - P ff' ' , N r'l24j:.r-lfdhir' 'J' 3 1 " ' :1g,x'iZ.5f,.,L?wf+v1,1ff'f2ftiff e q-:T.Ai,.M.. ,jW,,,f,.,k,.,, ,M :MTW A ,. I . .1 . f. K QM yjlll 5 , 'H . 1J:gfq,tf I . ,UI I l . at W 4 ' ' L li W ' .. Gary Eller's rhythmic striding explains why he is one of our best harriers. Y .f,LA ..' f' 'S-ZP'iL:"vQl4-1L,'L3l'fz-f1!E.L,f'T.A, if-...zMl'Advv...1Nlml harriers improve record Teammates Mark Brandt and Mark Nowotny find running together is the best way to practice for a crucial meet. KNEELING: L to Ft - D. Adams, J. Van Tassel, Ft. Rivera, B. Weiriek, G. Eller, M. Burger. STANDING: Coach Vereb, M. Nowatny, D. Lichtenwalter, J. Harayda, B. Brewer, M. Brandt, M. Connolly. A Hoping for a 200 game, Jean the tenth frame. Concentrating on their next delivery, Dave Czarnecki and John Anderson, Eastland Bowlers, begin their approach. fl,.1,.L,ggriggKsz1,: In ttf .. -1 -f ' f -wt.-s., . ,Q ROW 1 L to R - T. McGill, G. Koffman, G. Vincent, J. Rogers, ROW 2: C. Copeland, J. Getschow, B. Shipper, D. Colley, L. Allen. ROW 3: D. Czarnecki, T. Retger, J. Rose, D. DeNardo, L. First. ROW 4: L. Curlett, K. Fisher, R. Marzka, J. Anderson, J. Boss. Getschow concentrates on a strike in tial E John Boss stands in disbelief when he sees that his delivery resulted in a split. bowlers roll Intramural Bowling League started its 1975-76 season at South Erie Turners, later moving to Eastland Lanes. Under American Junior Bowl- ing Congress sanctions, the league enjoyed one of its best seasons. Dave Czarnecki scored high game 12693 and high series C6297 for the boys, Jean Getschow registered 42213 and C5505 for the girls. Later in the season our girls' team - Linda First, Linda Allen, Jean Getschow, Jean Rogers, and Carmela Copeland competed in- terscholastically against area schools. ADVISOR: Mrs. Schember 147 Girls' Varsity Volleyball Team with a solid foundation, came through when things got tough. Ending the season in a victorious 10-O record, they went on to capture city and Metro crowns. Their regular season was a total of 7 wins and no defeats. In tournament' playoffs held at McDowell High, Acad- emy finished first place with a 3-O tally. The loss of experienced starters through graduation hurt Academy's volleyball chances of a good season, but enthusiasm, determination, and constant play sparked our team to endless wins. Sue Davey, an import from McDowell, was the most con- sistent overall player in all major sta- tistical categories. Other steady per- formers were seniors Martha Baker, Maggie Kapsar, Lil Wroblewski, and junior Brenda Coleman, who will be the nucleus of next year's team. " ' 2 W-4'1'Zg2aswz4c:f.- 5 I t at is , f I, .ff f- :ffm-W f - V in L .V . .7 kr fri. . VE . , . n N J 4 . - - ,Nj-.w t :gh ' mg tx , C . 4 V. ' -'-V Q, -. - J T ' if ATE iti,'ftgfi 1 , V' ' ' A. , MQDbWeU 15 V ggi ? , ,.j.,,,g,'t. W . ,, agwgfzggy w-i.1x:, ,, , . 'sl Tritt. 1. in tim s -.11.5. , . B edict. 8 mv w ig... 1. gg-sig ' -, 'Q f . 5 K Q TT 33535 ' 1 1 2 a , 1 1 ' t, ' . Q 1 Z'?ei?' 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ROW 3: Mary Ryan, Baker, Karen Watkins. During the vital fourth quarter, top server Tami Sicari blasts the ball to the opposing Tech team. Kim H3SbI'0Ok Lisa Vomero, Maffha if Mary Fiyan misses the ball, teammate Kim Hasbrook stands ready for the rebount. 149 b ns .1-,.f -N X ,- 150 Ili A, W.ffwF:,fL ,gg 1 'Qs .gil The land was ours before we were the lands . . . she was our land more than a hundred years before we were her people. 9212103 Something we were withholding made us weak until we found out that it was ourselves we were withholding from our land of living and forthwith found salvation in surrender. The Gift Outright - Robert Frost 151 .iSLL x 4' i ' 5 , x if, 31 I f z , f I Q i 1 5,3 Flagship Niagara - 1812 ' If 5 lx , ' 'Q Qf. s if K Ak X ,O 4.1- ,ba vi ni J ---a. M. 'P. 1 AVN ,, ,ig . fx , 'Xx ,emu lx F? V! Z? -lil' Milf' 'IYHEQMLK Q, S' M! Qi Q'hq"A o . .'Q3g4' . 1 .- 555 4 5. u,z .-, W . ating: ' fa., L--' 1 ' A ? r '4- x , 5 . fig ,, A, x In , . 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Gravatt, J. Newlin, B. Goetz, G. Giles, D. Bolton, J. Neithamer, P. Steinhaur, N. Giles, C. Baum, M. Schultz, ROW 3: S. Osborn, R. Conklin, B. Thompson, L. Hershelman, R. Fox, K. Roberts, S. Milliron, G. Rose, D. Conklin, M. lacobucci, K. Baughman, ROW 4: J. Shutts, J. Golab, M. Gravatt, M. Connely, P. Williams, M. Eller, J. Harayda, B. Wantz, R. Holmes, C. Emmons, ROW 5: A. Weham, D. Wheeler, P. Gillespie, M. DeJong, K. Fisher, B. Heiple, T. Lupp, M. Rouke, B. Damewood, ROW 6: C. Kimmel, J. Gray, P. Scanzillo, J. Vantassel, B. Nelson, J. Anderson, J. Wells, G. Brown, J. Kurytnak, D. Rogers, ROW 7: T. Davenport, B. Brewer, R. Foster. i i l l f 1 J' A Drummers provide the necessary beat for the Prep-Academy Pep Rally. sounds of music fill the air Band rehearsal at Baker's Field for halftime show ends in the trek back to school. BAND Academy High School Band added zest and enthusaism to pep rallies, games, and concert. Members put in many hours at Baker's Field per- fecting half-time and pre-game rou- tine. Combining both classical and rock tunes, they performed before ap- preciative audiences of all ages. Profits from the annual Christmas and Easter sale of Pulakos chocolate candy subsidized the out-of-town guest concerts and participation of qualified members at District Band Festival. Advisor: Mr. Burger ORCHESTRA Though small in number C25 mem- bersy but big in sound, the orchestra practiced daily, broadening and per- fecting their musical talents. Special programs included an evening Spring Concert, a daytime assembly for the students, and several appearances at out-of-town schools. Advisor: Mr. Burger ROW 1: L to R - D. Meyer, T. Murphy, J. Milliron, R. Rugare, L. Testrake. ROW 2: B. McKee, W. Garben, W. Kenny, D. Whitney, C. Weber, R. Verdecchia, J. Guagliardi. ROW 3: Mr. Burger, T. Steffen, E. Thompson, C. McCracken, D. Mayers, L. Oatman, F. Jones. ROW 4: B. Brewer, J. Kurytnak, G. Giles, R. Fox, J. Neithamer, C. Emmons. 161 star prints its own news T. Britten, J. Breese, T. Baum, and J. Cohen discuss a special feature article for the upcoming issue of the Star. STAR Editor of Star, Marc Brown, and staff achieved a journalistic quality in the maga- zine. To stay within a limited budget, the paper was written, laid out, and printed within the school. Publication included sev- en regular issues, a Bicentennial number, and two literary magazines. Members of the photography staff supplied the pictures for each edition. The free use of the school printing press and IBM Selectric Typewriter kept Star treasury solvent. ADVISOR: Mrs. McConnell 162 in. ROW 1: M. Tannenbaum, D. Gauslin, D. McLaughlin: ROW 2: J. Cohen, G. Grygo, N. Moyak, L. Brown, T. Britten: Row 3: T. Baum, Fl. Vasil, M. Brown, R. Kimmel, M. Benson. Chess Club: ROW 1: L to R - D. Paparelli, B. Randall. ROW 2: B. Goetz, B. Damewood, P. McStraw, E. Grygo, B. Parco, C. Carter, Mr. Niebauer. strategic skills stressed Saddle Club: S. Wehrev, C. Rouse, L. Vomero, C. McLaughlin, M Scott. Jim Steffan contemplates Chuck Carter's move as other members look on. CHESS CLUB Meeting weekly after school, Chess Club members worked prodigiously planning new strategic devices to improve their game. Members participated in inter-scho- lastic competition and awarded a chess set to the member with the highest average. ADVISOR: Mr. Niebauer SADDLE CLUB The "horse set" met spasmodically dur- ing the year and worked at general riding skills. Lessons in saddling, bridling, groom- ing, and riding added to their equestrienne experience. ADVISOR: Mr. Scott Linda First radiates enthusiasm prior to the Christmas Concert. CHOIR Under the choral direction of Ms. Brenda Ferrito, a musically talented group of students combined their skills to provide the high quality which is always present in Academy choirs and choruses. Major choral presenta- tions included the Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, appearances at the Rotary Club, and at Toronto High School. The Madrigals, a group ofthe best voices, provided additional selec- tions to the choir's usual repertoire. To defray the expenses of the spring trip to Toronto, choir members sold Katheryn Beiche candy bars. ADVISOR: Ms. Ferrito iii Preceding concert time, R. Skoniezka takes one last look at the alto part of her music. ROW 1: L to R - J. Rogers, G. Cooley, S. McCall, L. Whitbread, S. Pratt. ROW 2: T. Sicari, B. Costolo, T. Nickell, J. Chitester, J. Crossman, S. Breakiron. ROW 3: G. Giles, B. Nelson, R. Fujimoto, L. Franklin. 164 voices join in harmony ROW 1: L to R - J. Jarzynka, R. Twyman, G. Koffman, E. Atkinson, L. Whitbread, C. Sherrell, D. Hunter, R. McCall, J. Rogers, M Parco, S. Salvage. ROW 2: N. Giles, R. Harvey, B. Brewer, A. Chaftee, J. Kuyrtnak, J. Gregorzewcki, J. Young, C. McCrillis, J Chitester, R. Skoniezcka, S. Pratt. ROW 3: G. Cooley, D. Henderson, S. McCall, S. Moyer, P. Barnes, P. Shesterenko, T. Sicari, B Costolo, J. Grossman, P. DeNardo, T. Salorino. ROW 4: C. Rouse, A. Atkinson, L. First, D. Briggs, G. Giles, B. Kaurman, L. Franklin, B Nelson, R. Fjuimoto, D. Watkins, M. Kapsar, T. Nickell, S. Breakiron. ROW 1: L to R - K. Allman, L. Gomersall, L. Carter, M. Sledge, J. Rivera, B. Williams, C. Wood, B. Wood, V. Schoenhouse, B. King, N. Collarile, L. Fisher. ROW 2: B. Gante, T. Simmons, J. Johnson, G. Grandalski, L. Baxter, S. Overtone, K. Crawford, L. Bowers, A. Williams, P. Pacely. ROW 3: K. McKee, C. Mazzo, B. Bednarski, N. Figurski, L. Wilcox, L. Martin, D. Baxter, T. Nickell, D. Clark. ROW 4 K. Merchant, M. Carroll, E. Kalogeras, T. Norton, J. Crossman, B. Zimmerman, P. Sherrell, M. Thurston, K. McCracken, M. Ponce, P DeNardo, E. Wroblewski. 165 Cheerleader Meg Merritt assists the Academy Lion in destroying Prep's game ball. CHEERLEADING Leading the student body in cheers and songs at pep rallies and sports' events, the Varsity cheerleaders boosted school spirit at every op- portunity and backed the teams through both victories and losses. Cheerleaders were able to purchase new uniforms from their sale of school license plates, pins, and school supplies. To complement their new uniforms, pom-poms were do- nated by the Academy Boosters. Advisor: Mrs. Peterson yell team evokes Allene Bafnefl i x if - -.ii 5 A .ILJJ ' a 'P ' MX, sq, If " f' A 'Eff x A is ' ' Q ' i 7 'K at U L lku bx if ' 7 '.. - A fi vi P' A + , ff' ,A ' Q . -'4---W' 'Cn - Q - .- 0 + 1 ' A M-w.:NY P .iff V f ,, V zp iiu 1 WPC t U7 yy ii, N ' 'ul ' Q14 t Sue Grieshober r l 3 166 fri l FRONT: L to Fl - manager G. Cooley, L Jones, L. Gehrlein, L. Ostrowski X 2" , , .,.,.g,taQs.-, spirit Viv Y a 3 4 wh Aff' A 1 fi i-3' ,Ji , K' ' it im A "' " gr x . --,, .., W , , , ,X S K 'L-. 4 ,T ,wtf 'gags Fisher, R. Chandler rw' ms X ,r ,f A' ,Q ' C.. "A 1. .i ' fiH t R'-H5 1 f: 53 SENATE REPRESENTATIVES: ROW 1 L to R - T. Britten, J. Getschow, S. Cooney. L. Ugino, T. Manna, M Spearman, N. Giles, C. Baum, D. Colley, R. Wenner, F. Jones. ROW 2: D. Hunter, N. Figurski, R. Marszka, P Fowler, K. Wolanin, B. Miller, C. Emmons, E. Benson, P. Steinhauer, K. Roberts, D. Mayers. ROW 3: S Klimow, J. Rogers, J. Jarzynka, T. Thompson, J. Cacchione, A. Wehan, S. Jaycox, S. Argeny, D. Schaaf, D Young. ROW 4: S. Osborn, D. Lojewski, K. Fischer, R. Carr, G. Giles, G. Jones in deliberation SENATE Acting as a grievance committee and as a Iiason between students and adminis- tration, Senate planned, organized, and promoted special school activities. A re- vised system of electing senators resulted in better communication between repre- sentatives and homeroom students. Senate sponsored a full length movie, took charge of half-time activities at Homecoming game, and supervised seasonal dances. President Ken Gustafson worked con- scientiously with Pat Hammons, vice-presi- dentg Suzanne Moyer, secretary, and Ja- nice LoCastro, treasurer. ADVISOR: Mr. Verdecchia Senate President Ken Gustafson, Secretary Suzanne Moyer, Treasurer Janice LoCastro, Vice-President Pat Hammons. 168 SENATE ALTERNATES: ROW 1 L to R - K. Vincent, G. Kaufman, P. Schmitt, D. Briggs, R. Brown, R. Kimmel, P. Gillespie, C. Beckman, C. Kimmel. ROW 2: D. Lojewski, T. Britten, J. Becker, M. Parco, T. Montgomery, T. Smith, R, Harvey, G. Cooley, J. Chitester, S. Becker, B. Costolo, A. Reichert, J. Stewart. ROW 3: P. Rhodes, D. Weed, C. Westergren, J. Honard, D. Witney, M. Spearman, G. Sesler, M. Baker, P. DeNardo. ROW 4: H. Darr, T. D'Albora, C. Yates, D. Conklin, B. Schaaf, R. McQueen, J. Leider. we learn respect MODEL U.N. This year Academy represented Bulgaria at the Model U.N. In Committee bloc meet- ings held at various Erie area high schools, our members assumed a leading role. Mod- el U.N. activities climaxed with the General Assembly at Gannon College, Nov. 14-15, when two separate bills, submitted by the communist bloc, of which Bulgaria was a member, were accepted. Participants did not spend all their time debating or discussing crucial world is- sues. At the various preparatory meetings and programs, members had the opportu- nity to hear important political speakers and to meet student delegates from as far away as Pittsburgh and Buffalo. MODEL U.N.: Fzovv 1 L to R - N. Gupta, R. Brown. Row 2: E. ADVISOR: Mr' Umch Benson, N. Gupta. ROW 3: R. Kimmel, L. Brown, T. Baum, K. Roberts. ROW 4: J. Gilewicz, N. Seigel, A. Ott, S. Osborn, D. McLaughlin, M. Brown, A. Reichert. ROW 1 L to R - S. Petti, D. Lepo, D. Konkel, L. Vomero, L. Laird, R. Shoop. ROW 2: N. Figurski, B. Miller, B. Alex, K. Anderson K. Gehrlein, C. McCrillis. ROW 3: A. Foster, S. Cook, J. Beck, K. Colley, B. Ward, T. Beck. ROW 1 L to R - T. Corsi, T. Manna, L. Breakiron, A, Trotter, V. Rhea, C. Hogan. ROW 2: G. Guerra, L. Miller, C. Fowle, R Sayles, F. Mir, C. Walker. ROW 3: B. Jensen, D. Hunter, J. Hogan, F. Martin, J. Servidio, G. Vincent. Warm weather means much practice for twirlers. P an-mul 5 . , D mx Twirlers soon learn the importance of guiding. 170 1 twirlers display talents L to Fl - Fl. Skonieczka, C. McCrilIis, M. Chimenti, L. Allen, S. Moyer, L. Wroblewski. W3 fQ.l.l.ia,..,. . W., ,V , W ,.. . H LEADERS L to Fl: L. Wroblewski, S. Moyer, C. McCrillis. TWIRLERS In the execution of new and dazzling marching and twirling routines, devised by senior leader Suzanne Moyer and her assistants Carrie McCrillis and Lil Wrob- lewski, Academy majorettes pleased wherever they appeared, their au- diences. Accompanied by the concert band, our baton twirlers performed at rallies, special school events, parades, and football games. Pulakos candy sales provided necessary funds for out-of- town excursion trips. ADVISOR: Ms. Forinash 171 FRENCH CLUB Spirited and hardworking French Club'ers experienced an enjoyable and successful year with club meetings being held regularly. Members spoke conversa- tional French, studied traditions, and wrote French compositions. Fund raising projects helped partially finance a spring trip to Quebec City, Canada. ADVISOR: Mrs. Campbell GERMAN CLUB One of the specialties of German Club was experimenting with German cuisine. Since Elina Aho, our Finnish exchange stu- dent, was a fluent speaker of German, members profited from her presence and assistance in reading the language and in enjoying German culture. ADVISOR: Mr. Rhode all tongues GERMAN CLUB: ROW 1: L to R - E. Aho, R. Grenaway, P. Lasko. ROW 2: M. Schultz, L. Gehrlein, J. Doe, J. Grenaway, L. Markham, Lichtenwalter. K. Montgomery, D. Our Finnish exchange student Elina Aho explains a difficult phrase to German Club member Peggy Lasko. 172 d:ftcaLriiywctuinali'iifE,nanf M -' il :st nltrc saisln ie mus rcsasrr ' F ,H FRENCH CLUB: ROW 1: L to R - B. Snippert, K. Boyer, S. Rupczewski, D Weed, C. Dombrowski, P. Williams. ROW 2: C. Richardson, L. Naylor, K. Oatman, T. Brandt, R. Kimmel, T. Sohl, R. Brown, T. Pianka. ta SPANISH CLUB: ROW 1: L to R - K. Whitehall, M. Corsi, W. Garben, M. Garben, D. Mayers, N. Gupta, N. Seman. speak the same language RUSSIAN CLUB: ROW 1: L to R - B. Kight, M. DeJong, L. Guagliardi, E. Benson, M. Wood. ROW 2: M. Nowotny, J. Neithamer, A. Sabatine, M. Walls, J. Ott, Mr. Zlotnicki. SPANISH CLUB Limited membership did not keep mem- bers of Spanish Club from enjoying an active year. At regularly scheduled meet- ings, members learned famous Spanish songs, experimented with new and exciting recipes, and participated in advanced con- versations with one another. Club members were able to gain a better understanding of the Spanish culture. ADVISOR: Miss Major RUSSIAN CLUB New to Academy this year was a class in Russian, offered as an elective. Interested students soon formed a Russian Club to further acknowledge the culture, writing, and customs of this Eastern European country. Members are looking forward to a larger membership next year. ADVISOR: Mr. Zlotnicki - 173 Brad Reed brings back AVA equipment with a smile. STAGEXAVA CREW Members of the Stage and AVA Crew run a smooth and efficient oper- ation. Working behind the scenes dur- ing assembHes they apphed then technical "know-kow" in handling the nncrophones, Hghts, scenery changes, and other stage effects. The crew also distributed projectors, tele- vision sets, and other audiovisual aids for special presentations within the classrooms. Advisor: Mr. Clausnitzer ava aids all Ili? ll1l' ll!! llll'5n1q 9 o o o 0 0 A 5,'o'o' 9'o.o'o'o.0:4 ,','q'i '09 I ' . o'o'o'o Q 0,4 'QOQ .goanfautft fy v . k A 1 0o'a:0:','J A 9 o o 0, . , , S, A W . .. .,.,. ., , N? ,....- ,...t,. During one of their slower days, members of the stage crew work their way up to the catwalk. I I . , z A U 51.45. 1. -,Q ,,.,l K ,ir ., ,,.- - x - -' A K :I . , X . f . wp' ,T , K , . m V . III' x H N t - V ,C V C, Yi . s,t iff ' 3' GA M ' X , 3. V, ' D Q . ,. Y Y, N, ,J -, - H M 'Yr' -,, ,,4 V 't A . Q E L ' LF x -fly 'Z 'fx ft --f M t - fa ' L C ' 'Q ta ff ' f'x2'd7 X XP - I 54 2 I I . A ,N . Y . , , l. 'Q I Q if A t A ., .. , . X -lyk J jf kr v E, 1 In , s -sg 5 K g 0 Lf D f if 1 l rx., ,. 1 A From: L to R - Steve Waddel, Mike Cochran, Brad Reed, Steve Kocher, Mel Williams, Chris Johnson, Craig Yates, Mr. Clausnitzer. 1 74 y vi Afro-American Club: ROW 1: L to R - K. Watkins, C. Summerville, G. Cooley, D. Barnes: ROW 2: R. McQueen, D. McQueen, L. Scott, G. Jones, Mr. Jones. AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB Afro-American Club members were ac- tive participants in community service dur- ing the year. At Thanksgiving and other holidays, baskets of fruit were donated to J.F.K. and Nato Center for distribution among the needy. An all-day exchange program between Iroquois and Academy students took place in the fall. ADVISOR: Mr. Jones CAREER CLUB Career Club is a non-graded club de- signed forrstudents interested in learning about career opportunities. At monthly meetings speakers from a variety of profes- sional fields acquainted members with in- formation and knowledge on job avail- ability, position responsibility, and accred- ited schools. Meetings were held in offices and stores as well as at school, giving members a first hand view of the profes- sional at work. ADVISOR: Miss Hickey clubs promote leadership ROW 1: L to R - G. Vincent, T. McGill, N. Moyak, G. Cooley, ROW 2: J. Jarzynka, J. Anderson, D. Marx, M. Kapsar, J. Hubert, N. Figurski, ROW 3: P. DeNardo, E. Semenoff, B. Miller, C. McCrillis, S. Cook, C. Falcone, L. Grappy, L. Kowalski, C. Falcone, K. S. DePalma, G. Kaufman, A. Lose, L. First, C. Rouse, A. Terranova. J. Schuller, L. Kaufman, D. Baxter: ROW 4: B. Jensen, K. Muroff, K. DiLuzio, J. Hilliard, L. Lawrence, J. Ore, P. Wonner, D. Palicia, L. McLaughlin, L. Senemetelli, L. Testrake, D. Whitney. we leave lab - then hit the slopes SCIENCE CI-UB SCIENCE CLUB: How 1 L to a - D. Williamson, P. sieinnauer, N. smms, C. Wgrking on ghemistry and Science ex- Weber, R. Fox. ROW 2: D. McLaughlin, K. Roberts, T. Turner, T. Baum. A. periments, Science Club members travelled Feam' to Pittsburgh to view scientific exhibits at the Pittsburgh Aviary, Buhl Planetarium and the Carnegie Museum of Science. Members, using their scientific "Know- how," worked on original projects, hoping for the opportunity to present them at the State Science Meeting at Seven Springs, Pa. ADVISOR: Mr. Fearn SKI CLUB Nature cooperated as Ski Club members spent an excellent season on the slopes of near-by Peek n' Peak, learning new skills, perfecting form, and just enjoying the snow and fellowship with other snow- buddies. Every Thursday evening members worked at achieving balance, agility, and co-ordination on the powdery inclines. ADVISOR: Mr. Zonno SKI CLUB: L to Fl - S. Godfrey, S. Grieshober, T. Jaggi, D. Gauslin, L. Vomero, J. Masi, D. Schillinger, L Breakiron, M Marchini, F. Mir, C. Wolanin, B. Hogan, M. Jones, N. Seman, C. Carter, L. Ugino. .N Q 1 Ski club'rs Cas Wolanin, Tom Jaggi, Matt Marchini, and Jay Masi take a break from the slopes after a successful run. 176 students become tutors ' 5,2 Il? ailif . ' tifwgit f iii! V' f ' . . ffi4t"g.l'.'!55 I "-I ROW 1: L to R - S. Osborn, D. Williamson, T. Baum, J. Howe, M Baker. ROW 2: E. Stright, C. Emmons, S. Breakiron, M. Merritt. ROW 3: C. Heberle, C. Weber, B. Schaaf, L. McLaughlin. ROW 4: L. Naylor, K. Boyer, J. VanTassel, N. Gupta. ROW 5: L. Brown, S. Pratt, J. Radov, E. Benson, Mr. Niebauer. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY National Honor Society, .numbering twenty-three seniors, reiterated constantly its motto: "character scholarship leadership service." Its major project was a second semester tutorial program conducted by N.H.S. members during their study periods. In May, approximately 1006 of the stu- dents of the Junior Class were inducted into membership. ADVISOR: Mr. Niebauer 4 is NHS officers: Martha Baker, Tim Baum, Judy Howe, Debbie Williamson. ii President Tim Baum refreshes Louis Brown's memory on NHS goals. 177 YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING Under the Youth for Understanding pro- gram, fourteen Academy students, all ac- cepted by YFU, plan to spend two summer months in various countries abroad. Mem- bers of YFU met periodically during the school year, getting to know members from other area schools as well as foreign stu- dents now studying in Erie. Academy's rep- resentatives will enjoy the advantages of family life and customs in a foster home in a foreign country. ADVISOR: Ms. Ferritto at W Late comer to Academy, Herman Princen, foreign exchange student from Belgium, finds no trouble in acclimating to his new school and her friendly students. 178 students live-in abroad gt' H, tiyi ep ti f Q gl tt 1 ,' y 1' ,.f:" ' L f"f. ' t f ' :gi gi .e dip. ,tw-Ig: 2 . ff l , X I y f 'v YFU: ROW 1 L to Ft - S. Moyer, C. McCrillis, M. Baker, K. Roberts, E. Benson, A. Ott, K. Gehrlein, C. Rouse. ROW 2: J. Alex, K. Paul, J. Kurytnak, B. Kight, Ft. Carr, S. Jaycox. ,iv X Exchange students attending Academy: Elina Aho, Finland, Thomas Jaggi, Switzerlandg Luis Martinez, Mexicog Ftyuzaboro Fujimoto, Japan. y. tu. friends strengthen bonds INTERNATIONAL CLUB Five exchange students, in cooperation with Youth for Understanding, spent their 1975 year abroad at Academy. They came to us from Belgium, Finland, Switzerland, Mexico, and Japan. Through this inter- change of customs and ideas, under- standing and appreciation for other cul- tures emerged and expanded. Our "adopted" students took their studies se- riously and joined in all of Academy's activ- ities-academic, athletic, and social. ADVISOR: Ms. Ferritto Barb Snippert, Elina Aho CFinlandJ, Ann Ott, Lena Eksberg CSwitzerlandD, Debbie Williamson. "Walk together, talk together, ye peoples of the earth." ROW 1 L to R - P. Amon, D. Schaaf, S. Grieshober, J. Boss. ROW 2: P. Michali, R. Shoop, B. Peelman, C. Emmons, A. Ott, K, Wolanln, P, Fowler. ROW 3: E. Bermon, D. Conklin, C. Westegren, G. Peelman, B. Schaaf, K. Gustafson, J. Stewart, D. Schneider, R. Carr, A. Reichert. Absent: L. First, M. Munson. 'N-. "' One of Academe s hardworklng members Jeff Stewart In Ileu of the picture cropper uses a ruler to flmsh layouts for the last deadlme 180 academe celebrates Reportage editors Doug Conklin and Kay Wolamn walt for executive staffers John Boss and Sue Grleshober and Mrs Bermon to check type speclflcatlons lk' K america 'S 200th birthday Business Staff: L to R - T. Britten, T. Sicari, J. Getschow, D. Goldstein. The photographers snapped this cross section of staff members enjoying a gala Christmas party in room 6. dh t 'sf iv ' ""4" iw 1 N 'K I... iff 7, KN., , .f ,, 'IX XXV . X14---ef...-.-...,-.MewM 'sammy xK Editor John Boss, formerly sports editor of Academe lends his expertise in altering a difficult sports page being prepared by Ken Gustafson, 1976 Sports section head. ACADEME 1976, being the Bicentennial year of America's independence as a nation, Aca- deme wished to include a special eight page pictorial review of historical Erie to celebrate our country's 200th birthday. The book was also enlarged by four pages, bringing the total number to 204. New members became apprentices un- der veteran staff members. Each section head made daily progress reports to the editors. Co-editors John Boss and Sue Grieshober, under the supervision of advis- or Mrs. Bermon, worked closely with staff members on layouts, photography, and re- portage. After the book arrived, staff members held a banquet at Holiday Inn, honoring seniors and rewarding prizes to winners of theme collages. An evening of spoofing added enjoyment of this last time together as a staff. LITERARY ADVISOR: Mrs. Bermon BUSINESS ADVISOR: Mrs. Massing J 181 Qg js I' LI 3 1 all . Q I 5 l 5 at 4 A I J gag , A A, ,. 'B Ejiwf ef W fl 1 I Hi 'mr f' - I t N ' , ry, K Q, 4 W I, ' ' A' ,W xy 1 Q W is I 4 ,1 T 95. S ' ai V. X 4 V 'ffA A b K 1' 4 . I f 4 W NR' H' ' - ' ' Q xiii 1 i M- O E T A 9 .L Ejtl 1. 4 ,ri Q 1 M 4 W .? I Coronation ceremonies held during half-time highlighted Academy's Home- coming Game. Queen Bernadette Amos and her court, regal in their attire and glowing with excitement, were first nomi- nated by the football team and later voted as the popular choice of the stu- dent body. Despite our loss to Prep, the game attracted enthusiastic alumni, stu- dents, and friends. Emcees Ftichelle Skoniezcka, Tim Murphy, and 1974 Queen Dinah Moore. 184 Football players Gustafson, Hammons, and Hunler feed the blaze. 'Q My Sl X. bonfire F Three bonfire rallies enhanced school spirit and enthusiasm during the football season. Large crowds of students at- tended - yelling cheers, singing school songs, and watching the roaring blaze grow higher and higher, casting its glow in the night darkness. High spirited Lions: Lionel Franklin, Ken Gustafson, Ronny McQueen, Kay Wolanin, Marcus Williams, Sue Grieshober, Tom Whalen Lisa Vomero, Flandel Coleman, and Dave Barihelmes sn. ,nfs accolades Academe Banquet: Editors John Boss and Sue Grieshober 186 National Merit Scholarship Finalists: Steve Osborn, and Tim Turner United Fund Winners: Homeroom 107 in -.. ,, Senior Portraits: James Coffman and Dean Cass Teen Board Representatives: Sue McGraw and Renlta Moyer involvement x, :ax Q 3 i z.- eese X Class Rings: Matt Connolly and Eleanor Thompson College Night: Bill Roberts - nl' fi 3 Regional Band medalists: Julie Neithemer, Jeff Harayda, and Carol Emmons McKee Mr. DeNardo - Ken Gustafson: recipient of D.A.Fi. Award State Orchestra medalists: Bud Nelson, Rita Verdecchia, and Brian wa, I . V - "'1'f-1 I Eff' N ,. ' J. 'tf:,f'5:xg5l'-x ' - , .l E kgs I , 2 .yew gy:- -v., was C : 'Q 35" ,- Zi' 5"-lf 'QL".1'T - A A ' Qi 5gr'5 , .l V ' .P ' ' iff F 'wi "W 'A 5 if 11 -- r,, T ' 'X A A '- l MY-z5 ,, ' Q - - 2 I A,-.4-za ,A f1's"'s -i f 4- irwl wx l .- '-Vx f . N -4 . A ' X k ' "-'Kr -, ol '. ,,-N- - , , . M: A NZ . . --1 03- ,NA .A-....,,-:M . ,,., .s ,,x 4, , ll 1 l fill!! il! , l ,Q 1 X ll! 49 'NV ha- . 4 l'l 7 Xi Allegheny Choir Assembly Prom Committee 'cv' -. RN-Av, X " if A KX ,,,,.,, M' Tri-County Student Forum: Elaine Verdecchia, Scott, Klimow, and Jan LoCastro 190 Homecoming Dance 1975 dreams go on forever MENS Archie Page, Patty Konzel, Mark Montiflori, Sue McFiaith, Elaine Verdecchia, and Dan O'Connor W L Prom King and Queen: Mark Monteflori and Sue Mol-Raith """ it J 3 'Sn ,N Varsity Club valen-gram announcers Eagle Scout: Steve Osborn 192 Poet-in-the-Classroom: Donald McQuaid Philanthropy Ball: Julie Neithamer ,. ,. '- ., wr-,.."T . , I A la. , :gf A .,1, it - gr-ff,x,f,.. 5. .f if .y'Lff1:"7,'Qf5'ff"' Zfpiffftl :-,,.3jjQs' Q 4 f ft Shakespeare Festival Theater Trip: Stratford, Ont. ,Cry ! 7 X tttrar , fs. ff' i i r 1976 cards and 3l'1f10Ul'1C6fT'lSD1S ,N---"""", CHU , Graduation Ceremonies 193 senior index I A DAVE ADAMS - CrossiCountry 2-35 'Track 1-2-3' DAVIDSALDRIGHET- Gen'eral'iiJEFFERY l'l5 TALEX - I Academic' LINDA ALLEN Bowling 2-32 Qtreas.J5 Track 2-35 Twirling 1-2-3' ASI-ILY ALTHOF - General' BERNADETTE AMOS 5- Generate' JOHN ANDERSON - Band 1-2-35 Bowling 35 Prom' Com1'25 Senior Banquet Com. 35 YFU 2' LYNN ANDERSON - General' MARK ANDREWS?-131General''L Rl ARNDT - General' MATTHEW ARN T -5 General' BOB ARNE'l'TE --General' ELINA i'AHOf-Germian CIub3qpres.J5YFU 3' 5 - A I -I I B TAMMY BAILEY -- Business' MARTHA BAKER - ALVC 31 NHS 3 CtreaS.D: Swimming ii-23 Volleyball 1- 5 2-35 YFU 2-3 RICHARDBALTES - General' ALLENE BARNETTI - BuSineSS"'fSTE-VE BARNEY - Afro- American Club 1-25 ALVC 35 Football 2-3 fcapt.J5 Track 3' TIM BAUM - Model UN I1-2-351NHS3fpres.J5 Science Club 35 Star 1-2-3' DIANE BAXTER - Business Club 35 Girls' Chorus 1-2-31ftreas.J ' BRENDA BEDNABSKI - Chorus 3' REGINA BENDER - Chorus 1' ELLEN BENSON- NHS 3: Senate -35 YFU 1-2-35 Y-Teens 1-25QfT6QS.Ir3,fPI'6S.7"'5jKATHY BENTON - General' BETTE BLAIR .- Track 1' JOHN BOSS - Academe 2-3 Ceditorjg, Baseball 1-2-35 Golf 1-2-35 Senate 2-35 ALVC 3 Cpres.J' KAREN BOYER - Bowling 2 fv.p.J-35 French Club 1-2-35rNHS 3 ALVC 3' TOM BRANCT - French Club 2-3' SUSAN BREAKIRON - Ch0ir 1-2-3: NHS JQHCN BRIGGS- Photo Staff 1-2-3' LOUIS BROWN - Model UN 1-2-35 NHS 2-35 Spanish Club 2Csec.35liIStar 3' MARC BROWN - Model UN 1-2-35: Star 1-2-3 feditorj' REX BUCKNER - General' Ml5CIglA5ELiBURGER - Crosscountry 2-3 fcapt.J Track 1-2-3' THOMAS BOLLA - General' C JODY CANCILLA - Afro-American Club 35 Midget Marchers 2-35 Trivit Trotters 3-45 Villa Boosters 1-2- 3' MARK CARROL - Baseball 25 Choir 15 Swimming 1-2-35 Waterpolo 1-2-3' DEAN CASS - General' MARY ANN CHIMENTI - Track 1-2-35 Twirling 1-2-3' MICHAEL COCHRAN - AVA 2-35 Band 1-2-35 Football 1-25 Saddle Club 35 Stage Crew 2-3' JIM COFFMAN - General' NANCY COLLARILE - General' DIRINDA COLLEY - ALVC 35 Bowling 2-35 Franch Club 1'iDOUGLAS CONKLIN - Academe 35 Band 1-2-35 Prom Com, 23 'Senior Banquest Corn. 3' RICHARD COONEY - Golf 3' CARMELITA COPELAND - General' BARB COTSTOLO5 Basketball 15 Choir 2-35 Chorus 15 Prom Com. 25 Track 1-2' JUANITA CROASMUN - Choir 2-3' ISHELLEY CROCKETT - General' LAURIE CURLETT - Business' I D RICK DANCIF-I Academic' 'JANETDACUS - Business' SUE DAVEY - Basketball 35 Trackg Volleyball 3' DOROTHY iDeBOE - Business' LAWRENCE DeCECCO - Football 15 Track 3' KATHY DILUZIO - Business' I i 3 I E DONALD' ELIASONI- Football 15 Senate 35 Track 2-3' CAROL EMMONS - Academe 35 Band 1-2-35 NHS 2-35 Orchestra 2-35 Senate 3' DAVID EVANS - Baseball 2-3' TIM EVERTS - General' F MARK FERRA1 -'Choir 1-25 Swimming -15 Waterpolo 1-2' RICK FIGURSKI - General' KEITH FISHER - Band 1-2-35:Bowling 35 Senate 35 Stage Band 3' GEORGE FLOROS - General' PEGGY FOWLER - Academe 35 Cheerleading 2-35 Orchestra 1-25 Prom Com. 25 Senate 1-2-3' ROBIN FOX - Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 35 Science Club 35 Stage Band 1-2' LIONEL FRANKLIN - Choir 3 Cv.p.J5 Football 1-2-35 Senior Class President 35 Track 2-3' CALVIN FRYLING - Football 35 French Club 1-2-3 Cpres.J' JIM FRYLING - General' RYUZABUTO FUJIMOTO - Baseball 35 YFU 3' A G5 BARR GAGEI iJ Academic1'ECD A GARBULINSKI - General' MARK GARDNER - General' CARRIE GILEWICZ - French Club 15 Hockey 2-35 Model UN 35 Track 1-2-3' STEPHEN GODFREYQ--:Ski Club 2-31' JAMES GOLAB - Band 1-2-35 Ter1r'liS 1-2-31' SCOTT GOMERSALL - senate sg swlmliillirigl 2-af LINDA GRAPPY 4 eusineeer VICKI GRAYSON - cnerue 3+ TERESA GREEN - fGeneral' SUSAN GZRIESHOBER - Academe 1-2-3 feditorjp Cheerleading 2-35 Senior Banquet Com. 35 Ski 'Club 1-2-3fpres.JjTracksf2-3' JoELLEN GORE '--'Cheerleading 2' EDWARD GUERRA - Academic' NILA 'GUPTAI -'Model UNII2-35' NHS 35 Spanlshf?ClubV-1-2-3 qpres.J Star 1' KEN GUSTAFSON - Academe 2-3: Basketball-1-2-3: Football 1-2-3 Qcaptg NHSSB5-Senate 2-3 qpres.J' DEBBIE HALL - Senior Banquet Com: 3' PAT HAMMONS - Football 2-35 Senate 2-35 Track 35 I I Wrestling 3'-RUBYAI HANSBREW Business' CAROL HAWKINS - Academic' CRAIG HEBERLE - NHS 535 Track 2-35 Wrestling 1-2' ARVILLA HENDERSON - General' KRISTINE HENNING - eueineeer KATHY HEFIMAN tGSl'aI15 LARY HERSHELMAN - Band 1-2-35 Football 15 Orchestra 1-2' SUE HETFIICK ---Business' JANIS-I-IIILSLIARD 5- General' DARROLD HOBSON - Basketball 1-2-3' JEFF HOBSON - Orchestra 1-2-33" ELEANOR HQLTER -I Qhoilr 15 Treasurer 1-25Prom Com. 25 Trackff1' JUDY HOWE - Cheerleading 2-3 f4Cca5pt.J5 French Club 15 NHS 2-3 fv.p.J5 Senate 1' DARRELL HUNTER1- Basketball 155 tFootbelI35,Tgeek1-2-3' ff , 1 rf I I ' I I MARIA IACOBUCCI - Band 1-2-3' 1 I 5 I 5 f is 5 ATHOMASAJAGG11 ALVC135 Football 35 Ski Club135 YFU 3' JOLINDA JARZYNKA - Choir 1-2-35 J Senate 13' CHRIS JOHNSON - 'Ava 2-35fStage Crew 2-3' ROSEANN JOHNSON - Business' CORA JORDAN - General' DIANE JORDON -'General' K MAGGIE KAPSAR - Basketball 1-2-35? Choir 35 Softball 2-35 Track 15 Volleyball 1-2-3' CHRIS KEITH - Business' WILLIAM KIGHT - Band 1-2-35 YFU 3' CAROLE KINDLE - General' HARRY KINDLE - General' DARCIE KNAPP - Cheerleading 2-3 Ccapt.75 Prom Com. 25 Senate 1-2-3' DONALD KRILL - General' JOHN KURYTNAK - Band 1-2-35eChoir 35 Orhcestra 1-2-35 YFU 3' 5 5 L BONNIE LARKIN S- General' WILLIAM LENZ - General' CAROL LENTZ - General' WAYNE - LINDSEY - ALVC 35 Wrestling 2-3' JANICE LGCASTRO - Golf 2-35 Senate 1-2-3 ftreas.J5 Student Forum 1-2-3' DEBI LOJEWSKI I-General' LYNETTE LORENCE - Career Club 3' DARLENE LUCAS - Class Officer 1 Qv.p.9' KATHERINE LYON - Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-35 Stage Band 1-25 Waterpolo 3 Cmafl-D' . It I A I I I I I M LEON MARKHAM - German Club 2-3' ROBERT MASI - Photo Staff 3' LINDA MATTSON -General" RON MAY - Band 3' SARA McCALL - Choir 1-2-3' KIM McCRACKEN - Chorus 2-35 Drama Club 15 French Club 15 Track 2-3' CARRIE McCRILLlS - Choir 35 Chorus 1-25 Track 2-35 Twirling 1-2-3' LULA MCCULLUM - General' KAREN McKEE 5- Chorus3' LYNN MCLAUGHLINI - Bowling 35 Basketball 1: Business Club 3: NHS 2-35Y-Teens 1' SHELLEY McL-ENDON -'General' RONNIE McQUEEN - Basketball 2-35 Football 25 French Club 35 Senate 35 Track 1-2-3' MEG MERRITT -CheerIeadIngs35 NHS 35 Class Officer 3 fsec.J5 Senate 25 Track 2-3' DALE MEYER - Band 2-35 NHS 35 Orchestra 35 Swimming 515 Waterpolo 1-2-3 fcapt.J1' CARRIE MEYERS - General1' SUE MILLIRON - Band 1-2-35 Prom Com. 21' JUNE MIMS - General1' RENITA MOYER - General1' SUZANNE MOYER - Choir 35 French Club 35 Senate 2-35 Twlrling 1-2-35 YFU 21' TIMOTHY MURPHY - Band 1-2-35 Choir 35 Orchestra 2-35 Prom Com. 21' KELLY MUROFF - Career Club 35 Senate 31' LEO MUSARRA - Tennis 1-2-31' g N LAURA NAYLOR - French Club 1-2-3 Ctreas.15 NHS 35 Track 11' JULIE NEITHAMER - Band 35 Drama Club 15 Orchestra 1-2-35 Russian Club 3 fv.p.J1' JOYCE NESSELHAUF - Gymnastics 2-31 JAMES NEWLIN - Band 2-35 Football 11' DEREK NIXON - GeneraI1' O CATHY OATMAN - French Clubi1-2-3 Csecjg Track 11' DANIEL O'CONNOR - Baseball 2-3 lcapt.J5 Golf 315 JEANNE ORE - Career Club 31 ANNE MARIE OTT - Academe 1-25 Drama Club 15 Gymnastics 35 Model UN 35 Prom Com. 21' STEPHEN OSBORN - Band 1-2-35 Model UN 35 Senate 1-2-35 Swimming 2-3 fcaptjg Waterpolo 31' P DENISE PACLEY - Chorus 2-31' DIANA PALICIA - Career Club 2-35 Graphic Arts Club 31' DAVE I PAPARELLI - Chess Club 1-2-35 Graphic Arts Club 31' STEVE PAPARELLI - General1' KENNETH PAUL - GeneraI1' KEVIN PAUL-Business1' GREG PEELMAN-Academe 1-2-31' STACEY PRATT -Choir 1-2-3'Ctreas.55 Madrigal Singers 1-2-35 NHS 35 Senate 1-2-31' HERMAN PRINSEN - GeneraI1' Q MAGGIE Quinn - GeneraI1' 1 JAY RADOV - Golf 2-35 NHS 35 Star 2-35 Tennis 2-31' BERT RANDALL -- Chess Club 1-2-31' R BRADLEY REED -Stage Crew1 CHERI RICHARDSON - French Club 31' AUSTIN REICHERT - 'Academe 2-3 feditorJ5 Baseball 1-2-35 Golf 1-2-35 Senate 2-35 ALVC 3 lpres.J 1' KAREN BOYER - Bowling fcapt.J5 Waterpolo '31' JEAN ROGERS - Choir 1-2-35 Basketball 15 Bowling 1-2-3 Qpres.J5 Softball 2-35 Y- Teens 11' DAN ROSCHER - Academic1 CYNTHIA ROULEAU - French Club'2-31' CEOLA RUSSELL - Gener'aI1' A S A 1 I I I I A S NANCY SADLER --1 Chorus '35 Gymnastics 25 Y-Teens 21 MIKE SAXTON - General1' PETE SCANTLEBURY - Choir 1-2-31' BETSY SCHAAF - Academe 35 Gymnastics 25 NHS 2-35 Prom Comi, 25 Star 1'1" ED' SCHAMBER1 - German Club 12-31' TOM SCHRIEFER - Wrestling 1-2-31' ORTHELLIAE SCHVVARTZ - Academe 5-6-751 President Ford Fan CIub5 Inmate, Cell Block 1-25 June Taylor Dancers 31' PRESTON SHAFER - GeneraI1 JEANNETTE SHAFFER - ALVC 35 Prom Com. 25 Swimming 2-35 Traclf 11' LAURA SEMAN - Softball 2-35fSpanish Club 11' EILEENSHAW - Black Student Union 1-2-35 Prom 'Comp 21' STEVE SCHWEINGRUBER - Academic1' KAREN SHULTZ - Business1 TAMI SICARI - Academe 2-3:1 ALVC 35 Choir 1-2-35 Track 1-2-3 qcapt.J5 Volleyball 1-2-3 tcapt.J"' SUSANNE SILVA - Saddle Club 15 Track 2-31' RICHELE SKONIECZKA -4 ll ALVC 35 Choir 1-2-3 fsec.95 Golf 2-35 Class Officer 3 ftreas.J5 Twirling 1-2-31' DARRELL SMITH -1' DEBRA SMITH - Generali' DULARI SMITH - Y-Teens 21' JANICE SMITH - General' BARBARA SNIPPERT - Bowling 35 French Club 1-2-3 qpres.J5 Prom Com. 25 Track 1"' SCOTT STEFFEY e ALVC 3 fv.D-J: Class Officer 3 fV.p.J5 Football 1-2-35 Track 1-2-31' HEATHER STEWART - Academic' 'JEFF STEWART - Academe 35 ALVC 35 Football 355 Senate 35 Track 2-31' PAT STINELY - General' PHYLLIS STOCKEBRAND - Track 1-25 Y-Teens 1-2-3"' MARK STOCKHAUSEN - General' ELLEN STRIGHT - Choir 15 Prom Com. 25 Senior Banqfuestff Com. 35 Track 2-35 Waterpolo 3 fman.J"' GLORIA SUMMERVILLE - Generalt TERRY SUMMERVILLE - Basketball 3 Qman.J"' PATTI SUTHERLAND - General' T MARK TANNENBAUM - Photo Staff 2-35 Star 1-2-3' SHARON TARVER - General' MARTIN TATE - ALVC 35 Tennis 1-2-31' BRETT THOMPSON - Generalt' DEREK THOMPSON -Football 1-35 Basketball 15 Senate 35 Track 1-2-35' LINDA THOMPSON - General' HAZEL TORAIN - General' JOHN TRUCHANOWICZ - Academlct' TIM TURNER - Science Club 31' JAMES VAN TASSEL - Band 1-2-35 Cross Country 35 NHS 35 Swimming 1-25 Track 31' RICHARD VASIL - Bowling 1-25 Prom. Com. 25 Senate 35 Star 1-2-31' ELAINE VERDECCHIA - Bowling 25 Choir WILLIAM WAGNER - General' WILLIAM WANTZ -- Band 1-2-35 Red Cross 1-2-3 tpres.J"' BOB WASHEK - Swimming 1-2-3 Ccapt.J5 Track 35 Waterpolo 1-2-31' ANN WEAVER - General' CAROL WEBER - Basketball 3 Cman.J5 NHS 35 Orchestra 1-2-35 Science Club 3 Ctreas.J5 Softball 2-31' BETTY 1-25 Class Officer 1-25 Prom Com. 21' If WELLSV- Photo Staff 31' CARLA WESTERGREN - Academe 35 Prom Com. 25 Senate 35 Senior Banquet Com. 3' TOM WHALEN - Baseball 35 Basketball 31' LINDA WHITBREAD - Choir 1-2-31 JOSEPH WILLIAMS - Afro-American Club 25 Basketball 1-21' MELVIN WILLIAMS - Orchestra 15 Stage Crew 1-2-3' DEBBIE WILLIAMSON - Basketball 355gNHS 3 fsec.55 Science Club 3 Cv.p.J5 Softball 2-31' KAY WOLANIN - Academe 35 Cheerleading 35 Gymnastics 25 Senate 35 Senior Banquet Com. 31' DAVID WOLFRAM - General' PATRICIA WONNER - Career Club 31' ELIZABETH WROBLEWSKI --Basketball 1-2-35 Choir 15 Track 1-2-35 Twjrling 1-2-35 Volleyball 1" Y CRAIG YATES' - AVA 1-2-35 Football 1-25 Stage Crew 2-3 "' EDWARD YOPEK - Generall' FRANK 4 I YOUNG -'Generali' -I I A I Z 5 KAREN ZIMMERMAN 5- Career Club 35 Cheerleading 2-35jGymnas5ticsI 2-31' Acme Engineers - David J. 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Z? f I 199 High stands our Alma Mater Overlooking lake and town: High in our hearts we cherish Her ideals and fair renown: Noble in her grace and beauty, ln her service trank and free Training lives in truth and duty, Honor, trust, and loyalty. Then we'll work and fight for her honor, And we'll work and fight for her fameg And we'll serve a right in the world's great fight, We will ever uphold her nameg For her sturdy sons are so valiant, And her maidens so kind and true, Oh! We'll "Carry On" till the stars are gone, For Academy The Gold and Blue! n wr it sf. a ily, P I' ivy. A Sl , Av The architectural splendor that made Academy renown over a half century ago fftgbgg CHL fs, is as imposing now as it was then. Day reveals her tile mosaics her graceful promenade her red brick turrets . . . Night transforms her to a Camelot with myriad lights beckoning afar . . June discloses her stately edifice smiling down on her graduates - bidding them - Godspeed. 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