Elizabeth Forward High School - Eli Mon Yearbook (Elizabeth, PA)

 - Class of 1972

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A mx ix -'Rik X 'M .Tim - ' 'xii--Pyxx N fs QGKVV f ' fkkaaf '- 'Jinx-zQxs Q W I N G ," ,jf I yiwlq-kg 'fs 51v3'l3dQ?Lu7J53:'X' MV 'Il ,f2'RE2fg' N21-f SSN :p N 4 lxji:'.:QrfTi 'A 1 X VN I f' L xv, f w,amgfASf P . f W1,,!4xr, 457 ' 'W QK XQEQ 1, ,ff l 71,2 x, My-mv' if f r '2"":- f' 2 ,527 fff ' ff fs . , jf f I'xl 1 E Wiilfh' ip!" if Qflff. ' 1' 110 y Zllhafi ffm 7,3 ,Iwi K f f , ,1' 'j , I ff 5 f Q' Qx lf Q S1 E arQ'bg We X' If Bmw gpggw Q X A dream of every coachis to manage a top notch team to victory. And coaches Hearn and Hearn did just that. Defeating Baldwin, an im- possible task, soon proved to be only the be- ginning. Surrounded by chants of "We're on our way to Hershey, Pa .", spectators, coaches and players boarded buses for Hershey. Everyone in the state Cvia channel 139 watched the Warriors send Bradford to the locker room. There was now only one team standing in the way of the western title. EF turned up the better team and earned the name of "Best in the West". It was no longer team against team, but east against west. Allen Dieruff, the eastern champs, defeated the War- riors in the best game of the season. The school was overwhelmed with pride and so was the team. After all, number 2 in the state isn't too bad!!! si' v, 'L Trim mm ww HE '9 IVlarie Ribik makes 10 out of ll foul shots against lVlt. Alvernia. Teri Vogt scores 22 points against Franklin. EF beats defending W. P.l.A, L. champs CBaldwinl. team .baskets Bradford in quest of title. EF slicks Oil City and becomes "Best in the West". Q' -sz My I 2 .9 '- N' K . ,K if' Q' X 3 ' . ff' ll 3 Nw- E s tl. fi sf, L I Q.. f 'iff t , -Q5 I 15" 'ft' 1 if X A. ROW 1: L- R: Dave Jones, Daryle lVlc- Clinton. ROW 2: Ted Guenther, Ken Bar- T ' ret, Kevin Foreman, Kevin Sas, Keith A Coughenour. ROW 3: Bob Lee, Ed Barton, we ,, Matt Ott, Dave Trimpey, Tony Gioia, Bob - , H 'K Territ, Wade McClinton. ROW 4: Gary Sames Chet Palesko Stan Pratt Bob Bel- WW , .1 Iino, Brian Brooks, Scott Smith,' Steve George, Tim Cramer. --second place finish at Big 10 Meet --Kevin Forman ranked fifth in the state. --school records broken by to Scott Smith, mile, Rudy Sanetta, javelin, Kevin Forman, hurdles, Willie Dodaro, decathalon, and Jeff Tellman, discus. --Kevin Foreman earns high point trophy at Big 10 meet and Baldwin Invit- ational. 'HF-iffewy' 'weffffa 8 AW ROW 1: L-R: Bill Delmar, Jeff Tellman, Rudy San- etta. ROW 2: Dan Burkett, Dale Skiffington, Dan Gioia, Jack Walters, Rudy Persich, Mark Pesognelli. ROW 3: Willie Dodaro, Coach Kunf, Dave Richardson, Jeff Sterward, Gregg Goettel. . has , , 'X - 1975 Track and Field EF OPP. 91 Connellsville 54 62 Thomas Jefferson 83 608 Baldwin 58 Upper St. Clair 64 86 West Mifflin North 59 99? South Allegheny 52 Belle Vernon 38 96 Laurel Highlands 24 936 South Hills Catholic 59 Belle Vernon 30 12 1 General Braddock 24 8 indicates tri-meet ...ad Elizabeth Forward completed another successful season in track with a record of six wins and two losses. The team coached by Paul IVlarraccini put forth alot of hard work and effort to come in second in the Big 10 meet following only TJ by a close margin of three points. This was considered the best finish in school history. Kevin Formanfinished fifth in the state winning the 330 hurdles. Five school records fell during the season. EF proved itself to be a track and field powerhouse in 1975! 3' For only being a two year old team, girl's track had an excellent sea- son ending with a record of 0 five wins, two losses, and one tie. Working out after school paid off for the 13 qualifiers who went on to the state competitions . Four school records were also broken by Peggy Smith, Nlarie Ribik, and the 880 medley relay team. At the Baldwin Invitational lVleet, Nlarie was chosen one of the most Valuable Players as EF took the ma- jority ofthe trophies. All in all, thanks to coaches Hearn, Oliphant, and Amos , the team worked hard and, brought pride to the school. A ' J x 'V A. ROW 1: L- R: Cindy Chomas, Coach Madonna Oliphant. ROW 2: Jeanne Herbert, Deb Hanick, Peggy Smith, Sherry Merl ing, Coach Sandra Hearn. ROW 3: Julie Lacey, Marie Ribik, Patty Smith, Danielle Skiles, Pam Mayfield, Melon: Lyles ROW 4: Nancy Konwick, Jeanne Caird, Marcy Hays, Cathy Goettel, Barb Jacobs, Cheryl Karnes. ROW 5: Leslie Schramm Cindy Potemra, Cheryl Butella, Vicki Shaner, LuAnn Gosney, Mary Pettus. Girl's Track 1975 EF 98 Clairton 49 Penn Hills 53k Chartiers Valley Upper St. Clair 81 .59f Baldwin lVlcKeesport 57 Brentwood 71 Latrobe 105 Plum 59 East Allegheny W indicates tri-meet Oppo. 16 65 71 21 53. 10 57 43 9 55 f 3' -first place finish at Baldwin lnvitationa I . -lVlarie Ribik comes in second in state finals in the high jump. -team finishes fifth in W.P.l.A. L. Colleen McCormley comes in first in finals in the javelin. the 880 medley relay finishes fourth in finals. team takes first place trophy at Baldwin Invitational. S as 2' Q' ROW 1: L-R: John Honacki, Win Ziders, Wayne Gaffron, Jay Weiskircher, Brian Holten, Eddie Bliel. ROW 2: Dean S0- tereanos, Mark Null, Rob Biddle, Tony Conte, Terry Papin- chak, Jayme Johnson, Jim Mann. ROW 3: Coach Storer, Tom Bazzone, Marshall Brumfield, Joe Ur- banovich, Wayne Adams, Larry Hunt, Bob Tick, Gary Tkac, Dean McHolme, Coach Posa. l"l'l 'l'l IOCOOU1-lbU1I-'LDONI-' 4. 'I . J Gateway Charleroi Baldwin Brentwood East Allegheany Yough South Allegheny West Mifflin South West Mifflin North Steel Valley 1975 Baseball Scores OPP. E.F. 6 14 0 10 2 6 0 4 4 3 3 0 4 O 5 2 3 2 1 2 Clairton South Allegheny Duquesne West Mifflin South West Mifflin North Ringgold lVlcKeesport Steel Valley McKeesport Duquesne OPP. 4 7 1 0 0 4 6 7 3 0 6' 0 The Warrior baseball team never seems to change. After placing second and third in previous years, the warriors were trying for a number one team this season. Their wishes seemed to be in vain however, for everything, including the weather was against them, leaving the team with little pre-season practice. The season wasted three returning seniors, Wayne Adams, Marshall Brumfield, and Wayne Gaffron. Yet when the pitchers were pitching the hitters weren't hitting or visa versa and as the season went on it appeared that lack of practice had hurt. l l ,Q 4. ff, W ?- ROW 1: L- R: Dave Plum, Shane J' Essay, Rick Geiser, Rob Persh- ' ing, Rick Heckman. ROW 2: Dave Kelly, Jeff McGregor, Del McCorkle, Norman Mills, Bob Chomas, Joe Brado, John Tucci, Dave Brown. ROW 3: Coach Wm. Vitori, Jerry Thom- as, Jim Brown, John Ekaitis, Larry DeSantis, Don Kalk- brenner, Al Sorrentino, Dan Brown. li t 4i??Ti5 4G,, 'fitiiyb , li, f wwf 'iffy F2365 Q2-394 ,, ' :Wit-W Ivffsfwvf ,gf ,we A, , ,ter qu- . I TM' MW- ta. i -as - , am: as . f ' ,, f. of ., .,a' r xi. ,,mf, ,, f , ,., . Q, 5' '--..,,.-.-i l f ,533 H Y 4 4' .ffzi S 5' 3 z:f'y,'f - Qulu. 8. scRoLL- NEW INDUCTEES SENIORS: Michelle Brewer, Bob Dufner, LuAnn Fontenessi Merry Ford, Lori Kight, Laurie Nizinski, Beth Rommel, Win Ziders, JUNIORS: Debbie Dalton, Joe DeChicchis, Sue McMahon, Mary Pettus, Linda Phillips, Robert Ravasio, Jack Rost, Teri Rost, Gene Weigel, Karen Zando. New members of Quill 84 Scroll, an honor society for high school journalists, were in- ducted at a formal candlelight ceremony held April 24. Presentation of pins were conducted by lVIr. Echard and lVlrs. Hart e, sponsors of the yearbook and newspaper publications . To be selected as a member of the society, a stu- dent must participate in a high school literary organizations and be in the top third of his class Senior members gave recitations on the qualities of a Quill and Scroll member. The ceremony was ended by closing remarks of lVIr. Klein, and a reception was held afterwards. -sENloR BANQUET- -gs, . x ' Q' Q Q , 1 J cz' K is . A QQ ff is LA 1-.4 gf -k...A EE vf-sf? On Nlay 1, the Senior class piled into nine school buses and captured a memory that will last a long time. It was the last time that the class of '75 would be together as a whole. They were taken to Seven Springs where they had a dinner to pay tribute to lVlr. Vitori, class sponsor who helped the class when they needed him. After dinner, smaller groups scat- tered to enjoy the surroundings of the ski resort. There was bowling, pool, ping pong, swimming, air hockey, pinball machines, and of course, more food. At eleven o'clock, the buses were boarded and head- ed for home. Even though the class separated that night, they' ll always remember the times they spent together as the class of '75. TTTTT T 7 -COLOUR MY WORLD- c A. Nlarybeth Hreho- cik escorted by Tony Kovacevic. B. Sue McMahon escorted by Terry Papinchak. C. Linda Rowe escorted by Fran Zovko. M ' SI I A D. arlan ag e escorted by Jay Weiskircher. X-3 E. Jeanne Willig escorted by Paul Wanstreet. lt took a year of planning and preparing but in the end, the junior-senior prom was worth every effort put forth by the class of '76. After many hours of debate, "Colour lVly World" was chosen as the theme of the prom which was held on lVlay 16 at Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge in Nlonroeville. The evening began with a re- ceiving line followed by dinner and dancing to the sounds of Sudden Grace. The prom was con- cluded with the crowning of Angie Radovich as fell, queen. The after prom began with a splash as a few changed from tuxes and gowns to bathing 1 suits and took a dip inthe pool. Felix Harp provided the music and when it came time for the band to take a break, a hypnotist took the stage and put the drowsy volunteers into atrance. Wonder if they expected to spend the prom on the moonl? 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W W 1 SME -J 'R :+A--uf f - - Y . 1 .- fm ff-ma f , my ,, f W. gf qw, ang., ,gz Q MATH CLUB Q, in The Analytic Geometry and Calculus class helping the Advanced Algebra and Trig class - that's the Math Club. The idea was conceived by Paul Lapcevic, math teacher, as an aid to his system of diagnostic teaching. He believes that students should make use of resources in learning - books, themselves, and others. Well, the.Algebra and Trig class had the first two, but they needed a little more. And so, the Math Club was born. SEATED: Ron Toth, Doug Gilbert, Robin Sykes, Darci Rotili, Mary lo Stehney, janet Sredy, Monica Cheshire, Kathy Walsh, Iva Fedorka, Emily TeDesco. STANDING: Mr. Lapcevik, Mike Lanyi, Bruce Potts, Alan McLaughlin, George Ford, Merle Hudzik,john1efferies,john Ellis, 1. D. Frankola, Ken Schoemer, lay Markanich, Paul Smith, Bob Henrich, and Kevin Heckman. 557622 Attending workshops and WWA I E N C E C L U B seminars to increase their knowledge . . . Entering science fairs . . . Investigating things to understand not only "how" but "why" . . . Concerned about the environment . . . Looking for the Key to the mysteries of nature . . . the Science Club. L TO R: Bill Lieberum, Tony Grace, Ron Toth, and Rick Faix. Not pictured: Monica Cheshire. SPANISH CLUB 1 Activities of the Spanish Club included a shoe shine, the Sadie Hawkins Dance, a banquet at the Twin Coach- es, and a worthwhile project of giving a sum of money to the Lion's Club toward fur- nishing glasses for needy children. Picture A: Claudia Frabizio, treasurer, Gail Gaydos, sec- retary, Patty Kobil, vice president, not pictured, Bill Ross, president, and Mrs. Ghion, club sponsor. .X 29 g X 1 FRENCH CLUB Despite a late start, the French Club got rolling. They began with a bake sale, followed by all night bowling and a car wash. The year was rounded out with the French Club Banquet at Peasant Village. Picture A: LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Townsend, President, Bonnie Frazer, Secretary, Judy Heil, Treasurer. Not pictured Margie Hutch ko, Vice President, Mrs. Hamilton, Sponsor. " GERMAN CLUB FH!-I Filftl The German Club sponsored by Frau Williams started off the year by attending the annual Ocotber Festival at Chatham Center. They spread school """"' spirit around when they sold EF pennants. An Easter candy sale and rock concert were several of their other activities. Picture B. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslie Kight, treasurer, Doug Gilbert, vice president, Terri Ferrence, secretary, Frau Williams, sponsor. SITTING: janice Ruhl, president. 30 LATIN CLUB A.F.S. CLUB ' i 1 W Q J Ji! l L , ay 'W Picture A: Latin Club Officers LEFT-RIGHT: Cheryl Hines, Vice President, Donna Borsani, Secretary, Randy Mitchell, Treasurer, Tom Wargovich, President. 3 The purposes of the American Field Service are to get ready for the arrival of the foreign exchange student, and after he is here to make him feel more at home. The club brings knowledge of A.F.S. into the school and exchanges the ideas and customs of the students country. This club is described as a "fun" club. Their activities included selling refreshments at homecoming, a skating party at Rostraver, all night bowling at Colonial Lanes, a Hockey game, and the A.F.S. weekend. Picture B. BACK: LEFT TO RIGHT: Ian Surachestpong, Gina Altman, Bob Charles, FRONT: Peggy Cooper. X F.T.A. E 'Fl' -f-1 The purpose of Future Teachers of America is to give students experience in teaching. Today's members may help mold the minds of tomorrow. Picture BZ LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Keffer, Treasurerp Ruth Ann Rankin, Secretaryg Debbie Tibbitt, Vice Presidentg Bev Vota, President. ,ig F.N.A 659 The Future Nurses of Ameri- ca is an organization de- signed to stimulate student interest in nursing. Under the supervision of Miss Re- pine, members learn about nursing careers. They have sponsored fundraising bake sales and members are vol- unteers in various hospitals. Picture AZ LEFT TO RIGHT: Bernadette Bauer, Presi- dentg Marcia Kalinowski, Vice Presidentp Toni Bald- ridge, Treasurer. Not pic- tured: Dawn Kuhns, Secretary. INDUSTRIAL ART CLUB 5 LF' WE Tl r I' The Industrial Arts Club members spend all their spare moments sawing away, working on special projects and taking field trips. An extremely interest- ing field trip was taken to Falling Waters, Pennsylvania. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. De- Santis, sponsor, lim Davis, loe Opher, Randy Gothart, Ned DePasquali. ,,. MACHINE WORK CLUB The members of the Machine Work Shop employ their Industrial talents to make grinders, operate drill presses, vices, and construct personal projects. The sponsor is Mr. Thompson. ROW 1 L.-R.: Mike Stefankop Harry Opherg Steve Kolodziejg Bob jones. ROW2 L.-R.: Clark Cass, Secretary, Nick Arico, Mark McBride, Dave Pro, President. 33 m -M. If Rb' ll STAGE CREW E. F. Stage Crew is the life of our high school's stage pro- ductions. Much responsibil- ity is placed upon the mem- bers but little recognition is bestowed upon them. LEFT TO RIGHT- ROW 'li Robert MacPherson, Kevin Santulis, Tom Wilson, Ken Greenawald, Randy Wood. ROW2: Errol Volk, Robert Bizila, Richard Dean, Bill Umbel, Dale Wagner. ROW 3: Charles Bouchard, Dave Werner. 34 I v,,: 5 .v I S WX Audio Visual Crew supple- ments academic classes with important films and over- head equipment. This group of dedicated students has made our classes just a bit more interesting. The spon- sor is Mr. Clare Thompson. Picture B. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW1: Dan Sotak, treasur- er, lay Street, assistant sec- retary, Lisa Stracelsky, sec- retary, Mark Targent, vice president, Harry Wiemer, president, Mary Ann Gal- lick. ROW 2: Greg Coker, Carl jackson, Lois Steele, loyce Salzman, Gordon Wiemer, Charles Tentler, Clark Cass, George Buhaley, Sharon Skehan. P.A. ANNOUNCERS Auoio-VISUAL 3 I I sf X is a familiar tune heard each morning before an- t When lis nouncemen s. - tened to, they are of great importance. Picture A: Rita Grayson, Nor Conte, Sherry Gillespie, Monica Cheshire, jennifer Wise. A 35 PRlNClPAL'S STUDE T ADVISGRY COMMITTEE In the fall of 1971 the Principal's Student Advisory Committee, a new idea in student government, was chosen to replace the old student Council. Exactly what is P.S.A.C.? It is 44 representative voices speaking for 1277 students. How does it work? Through open and intelligent discussion of the problems which concern the student body. What does it try to accomplish? It tries to establish rapport between students and teachers, students and administrators. lt tries to help each see the other's point of view. Q ittfwf aw. is f aw, ' S- wdfiiif iv? ,, ,My t W? A, ,,-. ff ,-5 :Qi gt ,.'-" .f2:- .. A. LEFT TO RIGHT: SEATED: Kyle Walk, Student Chairman, Mr. Lopresti, Vice Principal, Mr. Klein, Principal, STANDING: Debbie Goering, Secretary, Ron Toth, A-Lunch Coordinator, Mary Lynn Ritchie, Treasurer, Mark Lieber, D-Lunch Coordinator, Bill Hannegan, A-Lunch Coordinator. B. SEATED: Bill Hannegan, Monica Cheshire, Sue Dwornik, Debbie Paulick, Ron Toth, STANDING: Paul Adams, john jefferies, Kevin Stepko, jay Markanich. C. SEATED: Mark Lieber, Dan DeAntonio, Kim Hunt, Patty Lee, Marianne Calabro, STANDING: Barth Bain, john Martell, jim Shaw, Glen Ziemke, Keith Drake, Dave Slagle, D. SEATED: Denise Hanick, Colleen De Courcy, Donna Dvorsky, Kim Komaromy, Carla Sovitski, Coralyn Meredith, Mary Rost, STANDING: Michele Bailey, Mila Lafferty, jeff Nickolls, Dave Gleditsch, joe Burgan, Tom Wargovich, Dave Turner. 37 THE W RRIOR 1 i "Where's my article? Who stole my page? Oh no we're Q all out of glue! Mrs. Harle, , X we're in a heap 'o trouble! These are familiar sounds to staff members of the War- rior Newspaper. ll Picture A: SITTING: Emily Tedesco, Editor in Chief and News Editor, Kathy Butler, Feature Editor, Mrs. Hartleg sponsor. STANDING: Tim Koller, Sports Editor, Mark Lieber, Editorial Editor, Anita Andrews, junior Feature Edi- tor, loan Gazdikg junior News Editor, and Rob Benedetti, junior Sports Editor. Picture B. LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Ellen Tambella, Cathy Smith, Diane Gayok, Debbie Kuseck, Pam Mor- lock, Cathy Contrella, Cheryl Hines, Deanne Bahana. SECOND ROW: Debbie Buck, Susan Burkett, Sandy Tro- chesset, Cathy Laird, Sandi Finnegan. BACK ROW: jan Barton, Prudence Wilson, Debbie Bates, joan Morgan, Ray Betzner, Stephen Nelson. 38 53 What is the Warriors? It's trying to print a paper every other week. It's preparing the paper to enter competi- tion and win! It is trying to out-do last years staff. The Warrior is dedicated staff members digging for sto- ries, it's presenting the facts as they really are. It's taking field trips to television Sta- tions andthe University of Pittsbu rgh, it's going to Ohio University for a week in the summer. It's meeting new kids and making new friends, it's trying to work with people you don't like. Sometimes when things don't go exactly right the Warrior can be frustrating. But most of all the Warrior is a group of hard working students putting out the best school newspaper around and having a great time doing it!!!! Picture A. LEFT TO RIGHT TOP: Diane Gayok, Helen Tremont, joe Carothers. SITTING: Debbie Kuseck, Lynne Phillips, Sherry Momeyer. Picture B. Vickie Daczkows- ki, Ellen Tambella, Kathy Smith. SITTING: Kathy Con- trella, Linda jourdain. Picture C. Tony Grace, Bob Mazurek, and Mike Rommel. The Yearbook Staff of 1972 was everywhere! ln the lobby, in the typing rooms, running frantically through the halls gathering information from teachers and students to meet deadlines, selling chocolate santas and holding the annual "Miss Betsy High Dance" to raise money. And of course, no one could escape the watchful eyes of their camera men who lurked in the shadows and around the next corner, waiting to snap any exciting moment. The sponsor of this group of hard working students was George Echard. Picture A: SITTING: LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Farley, literary editor, Robin Sykes, layout editor, janet Sredy, editor-in-chief, Mary Spyra, typing editor. STANDING: Michelle Bailey, sophomore section editor, Cathy McGinness, junior section editor, Helen Tremont, senior section editor and Chris Raynak, business manager. Not pictured Robbie Powers, photography editor. Pictu re B, Literary Staff: SITTING: Bob Parkins, Kathy Walsh, Sue Farley, Peggy Blose, Monica Cheshire. STANDING: Ann Williams, Mary Ann Bendik, Mary Ellin Arch, Sandy Trochesset, jennifer Wise, Emmie TeDesco, Karen Frankola, Cathy McGinness. Picture C, Business Staff: john Hitchens, Chris Raynak, Nick Paoletti. ELI-MUN STAFF Their headquarters was the Lower Activity Room where they were found diligently working during lunch, after school, during activity periods and any other spare seconds they could find. The goal of the 1972 Yearbook Team was to publish the best yearbook ever, and they did just that! Picture D, Layout Staff: ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: lennifer Brletic, Sue Fitzgerald, Nancy Orenak, Debbie Paulick, Diane Losteter, Lorry Ball, Michelle Bailey, Marilou Mayernik, Cathy McGinness, Karen Skiffington, Robin Sykes. ROW2: Coralyn Meredith, Alice ludkins, Judy Patrick, Carol Yurkovich, Diane Maxymczak, Debbie Barton, Diane Flowers, Helen Tremont, Krista Walk, Cheryl Pemberton. Picture E, Typist: Debbie Prontiker, Sue Lilly, Carla Steele, Kathy Contrella, Karen Wasil. Picture F, Editing Staff: Mary lo Stehney, Dave Gleditsch, Ida Waszczak. -f-""I MISS BETSY HIGH "Here she comes . . . " Miss America? No, but almost. It's Miss Betsy High! This year's imaginative Yearbook Staff, sponsors of the Miss Betsy High Dance, injected new life into the selection of the Queen. Appropriate qualifications were set up and a panel of experienced judges were selected. The judges were: Miss Yvonne Marquer, Miss Pennsylvania, Mrs. Bucci, Cox's fashion coordinator, Miss Chris Carroll. RIGHT: Margie Hutchko, senior, second runner-up, Miss Diane johnson, senior, the new Miss Betsy High, Coralyn Meredith, sophomore, first runner-up. DANCE AND PAC-EA T Picture B. LEFT-RIGHT. Margie Hutchko, Gail Biro, Robin Sykes, Diane johnson, Debbie Gohring, Cindy Mor- man, Carole Pitts, Coralyn Meridith, Marcia Kalinowski, Ellen Cunningham, Val Kissolovich. Not Pictured: jeanne Hospodor, Dianne Ludwick. 42 Thirteen girls competed in a talent presentation and fashion show before the winners were selected. M.C. Chuck Brinkman made the long awaited announcement. After the pageant, everyone trouped off to the gaily decorated cafeteria, where the dance honoring Miss Betsy High was held. LIBRARY CLUB The primary function of the library club is cataloging books, keeping order in the library and checking in and out books. Several of their activities are as follows: Christmas Party, selling homemade bookmarks, a spring picnic, and a banquet. Picture A: FRONT, LEFT-RIGHT: Herb Van Natta, V. Pres.g Tim Doddg Chuck Luczap Mrs. Palesko, sponsorg Diane Ludwick, Pres.g Marilyn Trochessetg Darnise Pratt. BACK: Kathy Rowe, treasurerg Kim Hooverg Debbie Streetsg Prudy Wilsong Pam Rileyg Kathy DelSignore. BELOW - Student librarian Debbie Korenoski works dilligently at her post. 441 :L LETTERMEN cLuB I rst, l Picture A: LEFT TO RIGHT: ROW 7: Mark Duval, Bruce Moore, john Malady, Mark james, Mark Sredy, Rick Faix, Ron Hines, lim Finnegan, Mark Thomas, Bill Lesofsky, Kevin Stepko, ROW 2: George Ocilka, Gary Springer, Gary Grace, Bob Gruber, Wayne Donkin, Ron Keyes, Bob Parkins, Don Handley, Bill Satterfield. ROW 3: Gary Miller, Ted Sames, Kevin Heckman, jim Eddy, Bill Weber, Bill Morris, Mark Chomas, Gordon Moffat, Ron Clawson, lim Maurer, Harvey Adams. ROW 4: Merle Hudzik, Doug Ball, Dave Gleditsch, Ed Davis, Randy Hoffmeister, Kirk Stephen, Ron Sloboda, Warren Langford, Larry Brumfield. ROW 5: jim Hutchinson, lim Lalli, jim Turner, Gordon Weimer, joe Carothers, jim Morrison, Bob Bolubasz, Essie Williams, Kevin Van Horn, Ron Toth, jeff Weis. ROW 6: Mark Walter, Bob Wood, Barth Bain, Anton Tomko, Dave Sherrer, Brian DelSignore, Phil Albensi, Russell Fine, Ward Cochenour. ROW 7: Alex Piscitelli, Don Creveling, Dan Handley, Rick Holiday, Dave Slagle, Walter Strot- man, Tim Biro, Gary Burke, Dick Dalton. Picture B: Ron Hines, president, jim Hutchinson, vice president, Kevin Stepko, secretary, Mark Chomas, treasurer. 45 A NATioNAL HO OR SOCIETY 7 NATIONAL SOCIETY LEFT-RIGHT: ROW 1: Cecila Levdansky, Debbie Weiskercher, janet Sredy, Ida Waszczak, Mary lo Stehney, Rob- erta McMahon, Becky Shaw, Cathy McGinness, Karen Boback, Monica Cheshire, janet Sovitski. ROW 2: Gloria Szalankiewicz, Linda Hayes, Kathleen Butler, Donna Bryson, Emily TeDesco, Darci Rotili, Kathy Ach, Dina Buno, Iva Fedorka, ludy Heil, Dawn Gilbert, Renee Verbanic, Lisa Kovach. ROW 3: Ron Dufalla, Debbie Paulivk, Dave Gibbons, Mike Lanyi, Robin Sykes, Allen MacLaughlin, George Ford, Ron Toth, Kim Gacovsky, Gail Randolph, Denise Videl, Helen Tremont. ROW 4: Merle Hudzik, Ray Wargovich, Don Creveling, jay Markanich, Bruce Potts, john Frankola, Kyle Walk, Bob Chiesi, Paul Smith, Mary Lee Hampsen. The highlight of the year for the members of N.H.S. was their an- nual induction ceremony in which qualified students were accepted into membership. To become a member, students must R have at least a 3.25 quality point average and must exhibit the de- sired qualities of character, schol- arship, leadership, and service. RIGHT: ROW 1: Debbie Paulick, exec. comm, Iva Fedorka, sec, Robid Sykes, exec. comm, ROW 2: Mr. Scott, Sponsor, Kyle Walk, pres, Ron Toth, pres, Allan Mac- Laughlin,-tres., ROW 3: Merle Hudzik, exec comm, Paul Smith, exec.comm. 46 above: monica cheshire lights the light of scholarship. Seniors Roberta Agosti Toni Baldridge Carol Celaschi Kathy DelSignore William Ehlers Carla Gealy Dorthy Good Linda Hayes Janice Hindman Margaret Hutchko Marcia Kalinowski Christine Koller Diane Losteter Ramona McCarthy Mary McCarty Esther Rabe Kevin Santulis Melanie Scales Carla Steele Kevin Stepko Deborah Thalman Kathleen Walsh Karen Wasil Lori Wentz juniors Anita Andrews james Anicas joseph Kallery New Members Karen Barrett Brian Barton Robert Bolubasz Norman Boris Susan Burkett Marianne Calabro Lynda Chambers Margaret Cooper Bettyann Cover Daniel DeAntonio Keith Drake Wendy Eichler George Emsurak Barbara Fehr Theresa Ference loan Gazdik Linda George Linda Gessner Gary Gilbert Debra Goehring Claire Gogoel Anthony Grace Danny Grace Cheryl Hines Kimberly Hunt joseph Ignatius Gerald leroski Sandra Trochesset 47 Asrrvirr robin sykes reads the pledge Bonnie Keffer Leslee Kight Ronna Kirkland Barbara Kovacic Kathleen Laird Melanie Lanyi Donald Lees Sue Leffard Mark Lieber john Martell Gail Mason Paula Mathis Robert Mazurek Patrick McCandless Leo Milas Gary Miller David Owens ludy Patrick Mary Lynn Ritchie Mike Rommel Kathy Rost Carol Ruffing Bonny Sholl john Sienkiewicz David Slagle Ronald Sloboda Ruth Talavinia Glenn Ziemke Y-TEENS Y-teens is a group of about sixty girls working together "to eliminate racism, wherever it is by any means possible." Major activities include an annualChristmas party for underprivileged children, visits to old folks homes, and cash donations to worthy causes. Officers: L-R, Conni Conti, pres., Karen Barrett, prog. man., janet Craven, sec., Roberta McMahon, treas., Not pictured: Kim Hale, vice pres., Miss Kristan, sponsor. This year was an active one forthe Girls Athletic 1 ...V Association. Besides practicing their athletic skills, they involved themselves in other projects. Among these were sponsoring a trip to a hockey game, forming a girl's basketball team, and sponsoring a volleyball from Ringold and E. F. They also had a candy sale and bought an Inch Master for the school. Officers: L-R: Alice judkins, vice pres., Charlene jones, treas.p Paula Mathis, pres., Diane Zaken, assist. Sec., Ellen Cunningham, sec. game between the girls SKI CLUB Qzow- "-ix 4 Aims iwlllllllllllll x ir!-1 ff Who else would venture out in zero degree snowy weather every Wednesday night Cweather permittingl to Seven Springs? The Ski Club, of course! Some of the exciting and thrilling moments of the ski club's year include: skiing into a fence, colliding with a 483 pound Austrian ski instructor, having a runaway ski hit you in the leg, losing your contact lens in the snow, falling off the lift and getting hit in the head while trying to get up, losing your brand new jean Claude Killy goggles at the top of Stowe. LEFT: Ski Club Officers: jerry Kuseck, President, Gail Biro, Secretary, Melanie Scales, Treasurer, Rob Powers, Vice President, Mr. Larry Kozlowski, Sponsor. My A v 'EX lf' El X The E. F. Golf Club is open to anyone interested in golf, whether they play the game or not. The main function of the club is instruction. Dur- ing the Monday activity pe- riods members view various films and discuss new tech- niques and basic rules and fundamentals of golf. Picture B: LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Gleditsch, Secretary, Ron Keyes, President, Mark Walters, Vice-President. f iff? HI-Y fi? Ti I' Hi-Y sponsored by Mr. Murphy, offers an intermu r- al basketball program for E. F. boys. Every Saturday af- ternoon approximatly sev- enty boys can be seen shooting on the high school courts. Picture A. L.-R. Rick Holi- day, V. Pres., jeff Thomp- son, Pres., jeff Brasket, Sec., Don Gannassi, Tres. GOLF CLUB THESPIAN SCCIETY l l l Lighting, "places everyone, do you know your lines yet?", were some of the things to be heard around the auditorium after school during the month of janu- ary. As a new chapter of the Thespian Society was pre- paring their presentation of Claudia. These students are a select group who have earned the membership of the Prestigious Society from the part they had orthe number of hours they worked on either the junior or Senior Class play. TOP L-R: john jefferis, Errol Volk, SITTING: L-R: loanne Fox, Verna Carney, Lynne Phillips, Diane Ludwick. STANDING: L-R: Dina Buono, jeff Thompson, Connie Conti, Tom Wilson, Darce Rotili, Monica Cheshire. H-1-""" 51 '-7 'Concentration" and "com- petition" are always in Room 217. Under the direc- tion of Mr. Krajac the Chess Club consists of twenty-four members. These members play each other in a game of chess after being taught the basic fundamentals. The "sounds of silence" can only be heard here . . . maybe more girls could be ' recruited into this club! LEFT TO RIGHT: Rich Mal- ey, Mark Breading, Dave Owens, Frank Perrone. PEP CLUB . . . Gotta have "Pep" . . . Screaming, praying, and cheering for the team. ... A vital organ of E.F. school spirit. ... The building blocks of psych-up pep rallies. Picture A: LEFT TO RIGHT: Pam Chomas, Betty Ann Cover, joAnn Calabro, ludy Delmar. EA JT CHESS CLUB 52 RADIO CLUB ART CLUB 2 A Novice Lincense is the goal to every member of the Radio Club. Under the direction of Mr. Nicoletti the 12 members send out and receive messages as far as Africa. This club like the many others at E.F. enable boys to develop a hobby into a professional trade. Picture A: jim Brailler, jim johnson, Pete Evanovich and Bob Hough. Qu il F9 Paper mache, poster paints, caricatures, and talent are several things that can be seen in room 127 where the Art Club sponsored by Mrs. Holt is constantly at work. Picture B: Officers, L.-R. Bill Weber, President, Marianne Tremont, Treasurer, Judy Urban, Vice President. Not Pictured: Patty McHolme, Secretary. I SS Q . The Band is one of most active organizations at E.F. During the school year, members participate in many fund raising events such as selling candy bars and doughnuts and holding bake sales before football games. Band members also sacrifice much oftheir after school time by staying at school until late afternoon to practice band formations and musical numbers. But the efforts of the Band members reap many rewards. The concerts they give are always a smashing success, and the money they earned paid for a trip to the Azalea Festival in Norfolk, Virginia. ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Contrella, Donna Voss, Mark Sredy, Beverly Chick, LuAnn Billick, Valerie Weightman, Rick Kresic, judy Buono, Ramona McCarthy, Randy Mitchell, john Sienkiewicz, Dave Owens, Kevin Donaldson, Debbie Barton, Robin Gedekoh, janet Sredy, Dan Lee, Carol Christy, jeryl Neff, Merrill Christy, Ron Sloboda, Irene Rendulic, Donna Bryson, Debbie Weiskircher, Dan De Antonio, janet Sovitski, Donna Borsani, Gary Dobrich. ROW2: Lynda Chambers, joe Burgan, Sue Sidun, Ruth Ann Talavinia, Tanara Tomko, Emmie Tedesco, Bonnie Fraser, Carla Gealy, judy Heil, jack Tesauro, Karen Kvocka, Kathy DeSantis, Sandy Trochesset, Becky Krimm, Paul Adams, David Blattner, Walter Goettel, Dave Murtha, Ruthann Rankin, Carol Ruffing, Sandy Thompson, Bill Weber. ROW3: Prudy Wilson, Grace Burd, Ken Greenawald, Paul Shaner, Art Crompton, Gerald jeroski, jay Markanich, Don Lees, Kim Komaromy, George Ford, Bill Spiedel, Bruce Potts, Gary Gilbert, Walter Strotman, Errol Volk, Ray Betzner, Mike Koscho, Gary Harper, jeff Vernon, Mark Mooney, Bob Hough, Bob MacPherson, Dina Buono, Toni Baldridge, Ron Dufalla, Brian Del Signore. ROW 4: Gene Richardson, Bob Gilmore, Bob Mazurek, Bill Umbel, Doug Gilbert, Pat Di Battista, Rich Rothey, jan Barton, Bob Charles, jeff Schork, Norman Boris, Bill Nagy, Anton Tomko, Drew Gilbert, Bill Ehlers, jeffThompson, Russell Fine, Karl Faulk, Dave Sheedy, joe Ignatius, Debbie Dean, Gloria Szalankiewicz, Cecillia Hayes, Sue Kvasnak, George Hepner, jay Schwirian. BELOW: Ramona McCarthy, Secretary, Bill Spiedel, Vice President, Bill Weber, President, Tom Contrella, Senior Representative, Don Leyes, junior Representative. PREP BA D LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Diane Mark, Debbie Vuckovich, Yvonne Opalenik, Kathy Gainer, judy Guenther, Ra- mona McCarthy, Kathy DeSantis, ROW 2: Tom Lombardi, Tom Semian, Sandy Thompson, Debbie Barton, judy Buono, Randy Mitchell, Charles Barnes, Robin Gedekoh, Bob Charles, Bob MacPherson. ROW 3: john Hazuda, Chuck Emsurak, Gary Hough, lim Zdilla, Rob Ferrier, jan Barton, Bob Gilmore, Gary Dobrich, Drew Gilbert, Ken Greenawald. l. 56 SOPHOMORE CHORUS 6- ROW 7, LEFT TO RIGHT: Krista Walk, Diane Maxymczak, Linda Mays, Lori Ball, Gloria Williams, Leayn Elesie, Michelle Bailey. ROW 2: Cheryl Taylor, Chris Pecora, Linda Hutchko, Vice President, Cathy Hayes, Nancy Faust, lody lacobs, President, Marianne Flowers, jennifer Brletic. ROW 3: Mildred Young, Sharon Englert, Dina Dusi, Paula lesion, Coralyn Meredith, Lynn Willig, Treasurer, Kathy Brophy, Donna Ganassi, Loretta Thompson, Sec- retary. ROW 4: Debbie Elesie, Gary Dobrick, jan Barton, Rob Ferrier, Kevin Kilburn, Bob Gilmore, Melanie Hoover. GiRL's CHORUS ROW 7, LEFT TO RIGHTS Judy Whiteman, Gloria Shoemaker, Wendy Ramsey, Sidney Walters. ROW 2: Gloria Leasher, Deanne Behanna, Terri Mihalko, Gail Gaydos, jackie Bendel. ROW 3: Diane Flowers, Debbie Thalman, Lisa Kovach, Becky Burger, Sandy Finnegan. FWFQQ WARRIOR CHOIR BOTTOM ROW L-R: Cheryl Smith, Bernadette Bauer, Debbie Weiskercher, Marilou Mayernik, Michelle Shaner, Peggy Blose, Sue Farley, Bill Murtha, Linda Hayes, Anita Andrews, Diane johnson, jeanne Walter, jackie March. SECOND ROW: Ramona McCarthy, Margie Hutchko, Carol Pitts, Donna Bryson, Bob MacPherson, Iva Fedorka, Diane Ludwig, jeff Schork, Cindy Moreman, Betsy Gray, Tom Bavuso, Becky Krimm, Verna Carney, Dawn Gilbert. THIRD ROW: Carol Morgan, Beverly Dixon, Pat Rankin, lan Suranchestpong, Ed Campbell, Pat Kmetz, Bill Spei- del, john jefferis, Kirk Ferguson, Dan Price, Darrelle Railingshaffer. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Kuhns, Roy Weisen, Bob Wood, jeff Moore, Robin Sykes, LuAnn Pritchard, Dan Thompson, Bruce Moore, Ken Staley, Cherie Coker, Prudy Wilson, john Hazuda, Linda Xides, Belinda Englert. Yuletide songs ofthe Christmas holiday expressed in "The Color of Christmas" program, a trip to Monroeville Mall, and an unforgettable musical "Paint Your Wagon", were several of the activities undertaken by the Choir this year. It was a year of lots of hard work for Warrior Choir but also a year filled with many memorable activities. Picture B: L.-R. Mrs. Colebank, director, jeanne Walters, secretary Verna Carney, V. Pres., john jeffries, Pres., Roy Weison, treasurer. 58 X. 1 ff' L Picture A: "The Barbershop Boys" FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: George Dillon, Gary Doberic, Errol Volk, Ken Staley, Chuck Thompson, john jefferies, Bill Speidel, jeff Schork, Ed Campbell, Pat Rankin, john Hazuda, BACK, Dan Price, Tom Bavuso, Kevin Kilburn, john McKeever, Kevin Santulis, Bruce Moore, Roy Weisen, Bill Murtha, Paul Shaner. Picture B: "Santa" -john jefferies. 59 E F MUSIC DEPARTME T PRESENTS VPAINTYOUK Wkiow CAST john jefferis Darel Bailingshafer john Hazuda Peggy Blose Connie Conti jackie March Ken Staley Bruce Moore Bob Wood Dan Price Errol Volk joe Burgan Bill Ehlers Dale Wagner jeanne Walter Cheryl Smith Gail Gaydos Anita Andrews Donna Bryson Beverly Dixon Belinda Ehglert Sue Farley lva Fedorka Linda Hays Margie Hutch ko Dawn Kuhns Sophomore Chorus Marilou Mayernik Tom Bavuso Roy Wiesen Ed Campbell Rob Ferrier Diane Ludwick Bob MasPherson Bill Speidel Bill Murtha Kevin Santulis George Dillon Chuck Thompson Kevin Kilburn Diane johnson Debbie Thalman Carole Pitts Melanie Lanyi Mary McCarty Carol Morgan LuAnn Pritchard Robin Sykes Debbie Weiskircher Michelle Shaner Linda Xides Becky Krimm Cindy Moreman Girls Chorus 60 ENSEMBLE Ruthann Rankin Ruth Ann Talavinia Prudence Wilson Tom Contrella Dave Owens Sandra Trochesset jim Carlson john Sienkiewicz Paul Shaner Ray Betzner Mark Mooney Russell Fine Verna Carney Kathy DelSignore Cecilia Levdansky janet Sovitski Richard Rothey Ramona McCarthy Bob Mazurek jeff Thompson Rick Kresic Doug Gilbert Mark Breading Dan DeAntonio Sandy Thompson Diane Maxymchak Paint Your Wagon was the story of Ru mson, "the fastest growing town west of Skidderonomy Falls." It protrayed a dramatic period in American history, the era of the Gold Rush. Its characters were as colorful as they were memorable: Ben Ru mson and company -the gold miners, julio -the poor Mexican seeking his fortune, jacob, Sarah, and Elizabeth -the Mormons searching for a place of refuge, the fellows who just went along for the excitement - Edgar Crocker, Salem, Duchy, and the women in their lives - from innocent jennifer, the miner's daughter, to Cherry with her saloon girls and fandangos. These people lived in times of booming prosperity and times of great hardship. Theirs was the age of the drifter and the dreamer, "born under a wand'rin' star." Even more exciting and triumphant than the story of Paint Your Wagon was its production. The cast and crew distinguished both themselves and Elizabeth Forward. 9 s 5 y K 5 -. ,Rf X Vi . Q -.121-.2 What's that, a squealing, oversized Mexican jumping bean? No, it's one of those devoted EF cheerleaders. They best display the spirit of EF at the Football and basketball games and wrestling matches. The Varsity Cheerleaders Are, ROW 7: Kathy Ach, jackie March and Darci Rotili. ROW2 Jeanne Walters, Carlene johnson Debbie Goehring, Sue Leffard ROW 3: Georgianne Radovich Melanie Lanyi and ludy Patrick The junior Varsity Cheerleaders Are ROW 1: Cindie Barber and Carla Sovitski. ROW2: Kim Komaromy, lody Jacobs, and Denise Hanick. ROW3: Nancy Faust, Kris Rubino and Lynn Willig. Not pictured: Mary Rost. CHEERLE DERS Q, 4' f' J-sl W , Q,- af K, I I .1 ' f Q xx , Z,g 'A 5 it t x lxs""'5 12 1 . TE sie wa 1, -1 -4 M fe' pf , Pl SK 5,- ' N 1 ' li 'K Q ,J K ff The majorettes - sponsored by Mrs. Hearn, they provide twirling and marching entertainment at football games and, as in the picture at the right- at pep assemblies. UPPER PICTURE: FRONT: Betty Berquist, Bettyann Cover, lean Webb, Bonnie Fraser, Darcee Sacunasp Twirler, Janice Ruhl, Debbie McCracken, Emily Tedescog Marianne Calabro, Carol Yurkovich, Cheryl Urban. SECOND ROW: Linda Nikollsp Diane Losteterp Cindy Corbin, Kathy Angel, Karen Skiffingtong Assistant P Head, Denise Albensip Head, Gloria Duroskop Patty Kobilg Susan McGrew, jill Molinaro, Leslie Gavroy. LAST ROW: Alternates, Linda Pennell, Diane Taylor, jill Grabovsky, Elva Weeks, Debbie Tibbit. SPURTS ,W . V, ,, W . V . H W W ,, ,W Y, W ,M , ., .LW ,, M, an W wi . mfg way w fy , 53553 74533, ,gu,Qg1g,,Wfvii35fggAgg Qi? 'Lf--55'fi-1"fs'G.f-Gil-f..v,-Am'-"iii"fy-xv 'ff li,v71',-M1w1?37.LLsL-',sLS,. ws. 1 -3' H-Lmwkfmwls-' LW' lfww' '. LW ZW' ' is - - -ses? 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Starting out with a record of 0-2 because of for- feits, the Warriors had the spirit, the drive, the guts, and the determination to overcome the odds and win. And win we did, compiling an impressive record of 6-3 for the season. That record placed our team third in the Big Ten and tenth in the WPIAL, better than we've done in 6 years. Five of our Warriors, the highest num- ber in school history, were named to the Big Ten All- Star team - Larry Brum- field, Ron Hines, jim Hutch- inson, Bill Lesofsky, and Mark Thomas. Mark Thom- as also received an honor- able mention to'the All- State team. Six wins and only one loss on the field -football 1971 was VICTORY. ,Q M . fm-,X ws-:swM,fe: K as-w1z:fQ, g12:4ssz:sf-ww fa was vwsm.:-..W-1:-, 41:yyN-fmffmfmMWM,-M , , Z lgmz MK1,,,,,,-5,.v,,,,U, ,,, ,A,,.,M mf W 1- 5, .gy w,:fl,f, 2,,q,:2,i,MQ-:Q:?, Xgimilgkfakifz,-fwwff, ,flw . ,L ,,-lim IMA:g.MfQ,,gggw1s,mVM,,,f.,,Af,,,,:,,,f,,Y: A ,Wim Z M, in,:gVEw,g,,iWQ,w,,,, ,,.,S,W ., - M, A, , .. 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A 78 Guts, determination, stamina, dedication and unselfishness are several qualities that make up a well known animal- an E. F. Wrestler. 1972 SEASON DUAL MEETS E.F. Opp 60 South Fayette 9 38 Belle Vernon 15 38 Upper St. Clair 18 38 West Mifflin North 17 37 Thomas jefferson 15 24 Mckeesport 39 18 Mt. Lebanon 30 40 Baldwin 15 38 Keystone Oaks 16 42 Laurel Highlands 16 21 Waynesbu rg 30 43 Charleroi 16 24 Bethel Park 25 51 German Twp. 15 The 1972 season record bears out the fact the EF Wrestling Squad has done it again! Aside from having an excellent season record, each grappler executed maximum effort to bestow the coveted title of Big Ten Champions upon the squad. Another high point of the season was the section 1 tournament. The following were finalists G. Weimer, T. Biro, M. Duval, I. Weis, K. Walk. 10 wins and 4 loses on the mats - wrestling 1972 was VICTORY! ii. 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TOP ROW: Bill Weber, Don Creveling, Gary Burke, Ward Cochenour, Kyle Walk, Mark james, and Russ Fine. ,-Pl H51 ic. ,,.,, WI 4'fs!i,.v,. amz mm ar..1,L1,. arc 10 j Cllllllldwf' Xiy 1970 ' ...HM-a vs.. 5.55m Y M- l no 1 itil LINC: lX1kf.u: ma Slim BOTTOM ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Richardson, Fred Branditz, Ken Reynolds, Kirk Merling, Ted Saulka, Nick Paoletti. TOP ROW: Pete Faix, Rich Saunders, Dave Braum, Ron Toward, Mike Kosko, Russ Griffith, Bob Stuward, George Brkovich. Picture B Bob Parkins and George Ford. 81 The Elizabeth Forward Warrior Wrestling team has always bred champions. This 1972 Season was no exception. jeff Weis can well be labled a superstar. Aside from being a Big Ten Champ jeff has broken Tom Walters record of 13-0-1 by remaing undefeated in 14 dual season matches. He also holds the record of most escapes - 16, reversals - 17, and most near falls - 13. jeff was runner up in Section 1 in the 138 weight class. Along with leff, Mark Duval 6127 lbs.l was also a runner up in sectional playoffs. The Big Ten Champ has proved to be quite a record breaker with the most pins - 9 in dual meet competition. He also broke the Point record with 66 points. Posting a 13-1 record Mark can certainly be called a dedicated and accomplished athelete. Dual Meet Records 88 lbs. Gordon Weimer 8-5-1 95 lbs. Mark Sredy 8-6 103 lbs. Ron Sloboda 8-5 112 lbs. Dick Dalton 8-5-1 120 lbs. Tim Biro 8-3 127 lbs. Mark Duval 13-1 133 lbs Don Creveling 5-4 138 lbs jeff Weis 14-0 145 lbs Gary Burke 10-4 154 lbs Ward Cochenour 10-4 165 lbs Kyle Walk 10-4 180 lbs Mark james 2-11-1 Un1. Russel Fine 3-5 To look at Gordon Weimer you would think him an 88 lb. weakling. To observe him on the mat he would soon prove you wrong. With a dual meet record of 8-5-1 and placing as a runner up in sectional play-offs Gordon advanced to the WPIAL Championship. NG 355755 ABOVE: Proud Coach holds Christmas Tour nament trophy. SECTION TOURNAMENT junk move jam down Wizzard Crossface Face lift Rolls Head lock Reverse Cradle Country boy Unbreakable Inside switch Stand up Oklahoma Lateral drop Half Nelson Elevator Chest Lift Airforce Firemen's carriage Crizzoni Crayfish Cross body ride Shuck Bear hug Chicken wings Banana split Barrel roll Guillotine WRESTLING 83 TRACK 1972 Can you imagine the difficulties of an athletic team that doesn't have the facilities for their sport? They have to practice in the parking lot, and they never have the advantage of being on home territory for a meet. Such is the case of EF's "trackless" track team. De- spite their handicap, a fine group of boys and their coaches, Mr.Marraccini and Mr. Cos- grove, managed to produce a winning season in '72, They accumulated an over-all record of 8-5 in track and field events. This is indeed proof of outstanding effort and determina- tion. The future is bright for the track team -- next year they may even have their own track. 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IIII I II I - +--W .. I. I II . AW-I-L1, VICTURY! 87 1 1 i ' tLe5o1fsky,taCkiE: Mark J S 0 1 SH N S by itr iiii S eiecttionff Q 1 seniorsito the Big I s101l1Ai!star Football Roster TO Larry Brumftielidrt haoifback s Bri! it . . Thqrnas, endgxjim Hutch: 5 rrti Hii'T?5.f3Q 1 ' by Big io coaches and the Principal h Association.st Q - e 1 i si ye a a fiiii p wrestlers captured the iifQhr ist mas ronament. 1 ai! the Weight ciasses ffjare: 195 pounds, Mark WSredyp 120 pounds, Tim ,1 y1y1t1iB1i1ro5 127 pounds, Mark 1318ist910Utf1dS,1 e jVU7Waeisg 165 pounds, Kyie we 1 Walk. 1 1 the '11 larry y 1 d d dd B rumfieid. Larry received the award for his outstand- ing performance as an offensive haifback and defen- 1 .gsive safetyg teammates chose him, because he al- ca gh the lio were This 1' r ,eie iiityearyhe gained a totaiiof 1000 yards, carried me ball 1 approximateiy 22 times per game and scored 12 touch- 1 ,ty d owns. Larry will be attending Indiana University, 1 1 H aufeerigitfbte fe he 1 ytafiefved H fC?Qtb3He5C1f?Qf?f5h 'P- X Y if li " 1 ,gy X 'S sifaagmwkj Q Y fi it , li 11 xx -Q, i . 1.. , L 9' 11,1 - Q- . R L Identified on page 103 92 1 ,fi or Y? Identified on page 103 'C :lik ilk W f"-'N Identified on page 103 96 'N iz EX? 1,10 D ,J-ff Identified on page 104 1 '- 'Z A Af 0 2 W W .:-,V Cm, Q 0? Q Identified on page 104 Af T' f I 5 ,gm V' I , V I K A g ' r Q ,. 4 gf - W MWMM, W, JM, ,,,, W, .,.-,,,, SEQ, ,,,..,f" 'N IDENTIFICATION I 5 5 I 5 1 D 'L 5 it '5 7 3 II I in I 5 -5221 Yr" 6 jg I i' 1' ii I X a 95 gm x X I 2- 5 Q io " 4 H If N 4' 2 l 5 X LZ' 103 Miss Mary Rubino - Business Education Miss Kathleen Kristan - English Mrs. Doris Palesko - Librarian Miss Patricia Macik - English Mr. George Hays - Physical Education Mrs. Diane Ghion - Spanish Mr. Larry Kozlowski - Science Mr. Dominic Rossetti - Social Studies Mr. john Leffard - Social Studies Mr. George Echard - Mathematics Mr. Gary LeDonne - Industrial Arts Mrs. Helen Allen - Physical Education Mr. Paul Lapcevic - Mathematics Mr. Bernard McNish - Science Mr. Orrie Rockwell -- Social Studies Mr. Alfred Come - Economics Mr. Thomas Geyer - Sociology Mr. Regis Mazanet - Driver Education Mr. Raymond Skocik - Science Mr. john Pallini - Psychology Mr. joseph Simonik - Business Mathematics Mr. Frank Caruso - English Mr. Michael Krajac - English Miss Sandra Dan ko - Mathematics Mrs. Harriet Colebank - Music Department Mrs. Linda Similo - Business Education Mrs. Barbara Holt- Art Mrs. Sally Hartle - English jr. William Hayes - Science Mrs. Geraldine Schultz - Business Mrs. joan Lazzari - Business Miss Cynthia Rojohn - Social Studies Mrs. Mary jane Williams - German Mrs. Sandra Hearn - Physical Education Mrs. Sally Thuransky - English Mrs. Marsha Skoronski - English Mrs. Honore Pecora - Spanish Mr. Anthony Rubino - Driver Education Mr. Robert Burns - Latin Mr. Dean Finfinger - Industrial Art Mr. Ernest Rotili - Music Department Mr. Pete Scorza - Mathematics Mr. David Scott- English Mr. Louis Zoller - English IDENTIFICATION 1. Mrs. Cathy Blank - Business 2. Miss jane Repine - English 3. Mr. james Hathaway - Industrial Arts 4. Mr. Frank Ciavarra - Science 5. Mr. Kenneth Balsley - Science 6. Mrs. Mildred Hamilton - French ' ' i 9 6 7. Mr. William Styche - Mathematics 6 ,5 8. Mr. Samuel DeSantis- Industrial Arts I 9. Mr. Clare Thompson - Industrial Arts 7 10. Mr. Charles Trenk-Science ' ll 11. Mr. Dennis Nicolette - Science 12. Mrs. Patricia Meehleib - English 13. Mrs. Barbara Walton - Mathematics 14. Mr. Robert Murphy - Social Studies 15. Mr. Walter Gibbons 16. Mrs. Amy Day - Home Economics rw if ll jf? . 2 Administration: I A I? New gy" 1. Mr. james Lopresti - Asst. Principal j I 5 2. Mr. William Klein - Principal X I I I 3. Mrs. jean Clark - Nurse I K1 I I I 4. Mr. james Shaver- Asst. Supervising Principal Cy Lf X if y E 5. Mr. james Revetta - Supervising Principal g V X 5 gl 6. Dr. john Moreschi - Asst. Supervis. Principal S V I' 7. Miss Denise Smith - Secretary X- , 8. Miss Maryann DiClaudio - Secretary I X 9. Mrs. Diane Affinito - Secretary I lk if lr X :XX aw 'xl' XX ty 1. Mr. Donald jones - Guidance Counsellor A 2. Mrs. Beverly Chellman - Guidance Rifle. "N nf Counsellor LJ A ' P f 3. Mr. Angelo Ripepi - Guidance Counsellor AH 'I School Board: 5 , fy 4. Mr.Charles Carnahan . ' 5. Mr. Walter Smith 3 K 6. Mr. Dayne Shaw y w f 7. Mr. Harry Keffer 3 L FQTRI 8. Mr. Frank Dudek QR 5 9. Mr. Robert Similo - Vice President 8 C " .9 'G 10. Mr. james Guffey - President I 'U " 'L flu 11. Dr. Raymond Smith - Secretary l ff 12. Mrs.Amy Lannan QW! MM p it I . . 13. Mr. Harry Ford U U will 14. Cafeteria Personnel 15. janitorial Staff 104 XX xv Q XX NXNS " E... dim K I A' ,ZF i f x f Af? lm f le -.x -Air X 41 f X , ,, ' Z " fb-u. .s Hifi' nmn l yf J--'Lf ..-n. 4-'vm A.. If 4 ,Av 5 W be-c I ' kg?-4 fx 5 5 I 4 bf: 12,1 ,' 'Vfj 11, X ..e,-I ,E . ' 1 , - . -A - - ,g-.351 , I V . 'Q .' A, A is . , , x X 1, f --.-,,l V I ,:-sf' ,s ' 1 ' X fl X ., . xxx , g"f'fI 1 iff f I, ,zfuf -fee? , g . -,bs A . A Sl. f A f -' Q '. ' ' 1.4: - ' " 1 N! dd: f ' ,,,, 'R A , ,IX , X . 'v.'- .- lf 0 ', iv, - , if 4,4 'ef'-I'-1" f ' sl-"" 1 ff '.' " '.- , f '.-..-.--.- I . 4-. f , . ,g f ff 1 E ' NX J 90 Q- , ' Q'-' ', I 1 ff- .' '-. "f ' - ,- I f,:q5'.'.3,f-- f 1 W... , , . I ,V I v .w 1 -S.-'7'-N, 4 1 A 41 ' '-.-gf 'pr -. - , X --.ag x . .J . i f -- .. ,. f - ' .F -J Qi' 1.1 'I , gg- Q f 'V' ' 4 1. .V ' XY lx?-,4 fi-gy' A L 714 , . . , . '34, A , '.,fH1f W 7,5-E-A ff . 'Z :LW . ,- 8 f X - N 9 'Alf ,7 ,x 'ig-'Y 4, W f , 'x fx 5',"..Q X 5 , J" :N f . 34. A ,.:,. n . Fr 4.1: . f x f 5 X -x :' V. effrxul , P: . . .1 N ,.g,-,-Q . w X ,.',:,: Xwhq. .K w X my 'L N24- K '-v ' 4 - ' J' ' . - . , ' ' - . ' ' - . ' X 1 I, . . A ,Q-.W .... 4:-,cf f"f':::na-a:- ,:w.,f:.:r:s:e: af' fi' 'G 'I 555512 ,, 2:1 ,E i 'Wax :B I , -f mf-.Af 4-1: 'F N N-xg :Mtv Q 5,4 SOPHCD ORES A. Sophomore Officers: LEFT TO RIGHT: Colleen DeCourcy, Presi- dent, Pete Merriman, Vice Presi- dent, Coralyn Meredith, Secre- tary, Debbie Megela, Treasurer, Nancy Faust, Historian. B S. Wag- ner, S. Skehan, G. Vasko, M. Ver- minski. C. K. Brophy, D. Brenner, B. Branik, L. Buckholz. D. R. Roth- ey, M. Tamabrella, D. Sotak, P. Shaner, J. Spishock, P. Sullivan, T. Sulka. E. K. McClintock, D. Olis, L. Ondo, K. Merling. F. S. Fitzgerald, I. Craig, D. Ganassi. BACK: M. Bruno, M. Flowers, K. Ciainer, I. Grabofski. Being a sophomore means many things. It means being flattened against the wall by a basket- ball player who didn't happen to see you there three feet below him. It means being called "dumb sophomore" by the juniors and ignored by the seniors. It means wondering whether you'll ever get an experiment correct in Biology Lab and struggling through Algebra Il. It means wishing you were still in the junior High so you could push the seventh graders around like the seniors push you around. It means wondering if some teacher will take pity on your class and sponsor it. But even though the sophomore year is a difficult one, it is also a profitable one. It is a time of growing up, and trying to prepare for the challenge to be faced after graduation. Soph- omores are not on stage, but rather in the wings, waiting for their turn to star in the role of a successful life. Sophomores grin and bear the wisecracks and jokes from the juniors and seniors, knowing that whenever they are seniors they'll look back on their sophomore year and laugh, and then do exactly the same to the new sophomores. 107 SOPHO ORES A f .fr K, , ,,,Q,..5,, C ww A. LEFT TO RIGHTS W. Turner, P Merriman, J. Faust, J. Richardson C. Sovitski, D. Megela. B. FRONT C. Braskett, D. Bodner. BACK: C Buono, G. Brkovich, J. Brallier, G Buhaly. C. FRONT: R. Cherepko M. Castine. BACK: C. Corbin, T Calabro. D. L. Nickolis, 1. Milas, R Monaghan, A. Milano, I. Morgan E. D. Dvorsky, I. Bickerton, I Brletic, D. Dusi, D. Borsani. F ROW 1: R. Martell. ROW 2: D McCorkle, W. Mclaughlin, T Martin, W. Martin, B. Menzies BACK: 1. Mayhugh. C. D. Gle- ditsch, K. Faulk, 1. Burgan, G Ciavarra. SCPHO ORES A. LEFT TO RIGHT: 1. Salaske, N. Rippel, C. Shotwell, C. Robinson, S. Smith. B. FRONT: S. Nelson, G. Morris, M. Opfar, 1. Morrison, 1. Milcharzyk. BACK: L. Pettus, D. Pratt, E. Opfar, G. Moffat, R. Pletcher. C. FRONT: M. Gallick, 1. Helmantoler, R. Griffith. MID- DLE: M. larman, G. Higby, K. Kirkman. BACK: K. C-rus. D. FRONT: M. Power, I, Pigozzi, T. Prybyloski, P. Protz, M. Rapp, R. Pierce. BACK: M. Pomilio, 1. Op- rosky, R. Petruski, M. Prescott, Ci. Morris, G. Moffat. E. C. Mehutes, G. McClure, M. Mathers, M. Mathews. F. E. Westbrook, D. Wil- liams, D. Warters, 1. Sterling, L. Williams. G. M. Suchy, C. Shawl, L. Serfass, C. Pecora, A. Staley. fs.-.L Q, O A .li al zxw, SOPHO ORES A. LEFT TO RIGHTS TOPS I. Moli- naro, D. Leyland, M. Antonelli. BOTTOM: L. Pennell, L. Gailey, S. Meyers. B. T. Tomko, M. Young, L. Thompson, R. Wardy, D. Voss, P. Van Horn, K. Zaurski, K. Yates C. K. Morris, T. McBride D. 1. Lar: cinese, K. Kundman, D. Lieber, I Kruper, R. Lancaster, G. Lorenzi L. Large. E. G. Lafollette, T. Luce F. STANDING: K. Hale, M. Tor- gent, L. Latta, T. Waltonbaugh SEATED: C. Wiegel, D. Zaken, L Warner. G. SEATED: V. Ziders, L Steele, C. Villi. STANDING: T Shotwell, Y. Opalenik. Xa -.S 113 SOPHOMORES A. LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Weimer, G Zaffuto, L. Yacomelli, H. Van Nat- ta, B. Townsend, D. Terza. B. L Gavroy, S. Filer, C. Forsythe, 1 Fine. C. FRONT M. Pasula, P. Par- ker, K. Pollack. BACK: P. Patton D. FRONT: B. Gilmore, F. Blan- chard, MIDDLE: I. George, G Dobrich, BACK: M. DuFalla, B Coulter. E. 1. Nickolls, K. Mc- Clintock, D. Muth, I. Miller, D Ocilka. F. SEATED: D. Fleming STANDING: D. Deaton, L. Elesie 1. Dora, B. DelSignore. G. S. De- Felice, Mrs. B. Holt, D. Dougher- ty, S. Fairly, j. Deluar, H. B. Miller B. Null, 1. Ellis, P. Odenthal. SOPHO CRES A. LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Hutchin- son, R. Hudak, S. Homa, K. Mc- Gregor, I. Guenther. B. D. Bates F. Adams, D. Barton, P. Blaha, M. Barna, L. Billick, C. Andrews. C SEATED: M. Grefost, STANDING K. Greenawald, N. Brown, K Dora, BACK: D. Gilbert. D. Stand- ing: D. Kelley, BACK ROW: 1 Kieffer, M. Disman, L. Gilbert MIDDLE ROW: D. Ganassi, D Braum, M. Bondi, FRONT: L. Gril- li, E. G. Arico, R. Allen, D. Albensi F. F. Ehlers, R. Mellingar, R Mitchell, T. Murtha, A. Naperatz, A. Mihalic, B. Safer. 'rar fl Q X 'shi Xi J. be I M , 1 v mxaf 'BV 23 W - I . A 'it-2-it 4 13 '-,s . - N-QHZVLW 1 P' 1 ..i5Lw, A ,, if ' SGPHCJMORES If 4 E M. , M, A. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Hoke, F Taylor, T. Roscoe, L. De Augus tine, P. Scott, L. Mays. B. FRONT M. Bendik, M. Bailey, M. Anto- nelli. BACK: L. Ball, C. Barber, L Barrett. C. B. Griffiths, C. Heath D. Chomas, D. Black, T. Godlesky L. Fath, T. Gray. D. L. Sorick, D Taylor, S. Sterba, D. Sacunas, I Salzman. E. L. Steele, P. Riley, C Hayes. F. STANDING: C. Mere- dith, R. Oafer, K. Ulbrich. SEAT- ED: D. Vuchovich, D. Mark. SOPHC CRES N-in O A. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Payne, E. Pratt, P. Pierce, D. Petrisko, K. Reed, K. Minyon. B. FRONT: 1. Kramer, C. Kornmeier, C. Dalton, B. Kettering. BACK: S. james, l.B. Johnson, C. A. Piscitelli, Ci. Paylo, S. Quattrone, R. Saunders. D. L. Wanstreet, D. Wright, I. Ruschak, T. Wargovich, M. Thor- ton. E. B. Dehappart, D. Dean, C. Emsurak, D. Elesie. F. E. Verbanic, T. Harris, R. Miller. BACK: 1. Krieger, B. Lombardi, C. Barnes, I. Kazmierski, H. Urban. 121 SOPHOMORES rx... S f 5 wa-Qui A. LEFT TO RIGHT! M. Arch, R Betzner, I. Barton, L. Banks, W Adamek, G. Barno, R. Apple. B. B Machesky, B. Larantas. C. 1. Nec- ciai, B. Myers, L. Mink. D. D. Sher- er, P. Sporio, K. Rubino, K. Prail- ey, T. Shaw, M. Rost. E. SEATED: S Englert, STANDING: C. Diclaudio dio, N. Dwornick, D. Dodds. F. F Perrone, C. Taylor, J. Mayor, M Mathis, 1. Vernon. C. FRONT: 1. Street, L. Stracelsky, MIDDLE: B. Smith, C. Shipers, BACK: B. Stewart. SOPHOMGRES 4 W0 'TQ .. 5 in-fm 61" N H- .A,., X W WP Q -T fa ills!! WH HY A. LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT: C. McCarty, D. McCracken, C.. Marracini BACK: C. McCorkle, P. Matty, C. McDonald. B. D. Crouch, M. Carper, G Coker, G. Costa. C. T. Ludwig, M. Lafferty, K. Ludwig, R. Lorch, G. Lu- kowski. D. B. Walters, V. Winters, K. Walk, C. Torok, G. Williams, M. Tro- chesset. E. W. Goettel, B. Coulson, A. Craven, R. Hallick, E. 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Michael Dexter Stockdilig Vance Seqflar, Jay Schowirian, Ray Simeral, TimothyQSHerer, IJop1 Sukla, Kent Seiiga. , ' , ... .rs 129 UNIORS 1 5 a......k Q . gi it ii ,. 2 i E k ,fa-3 B Q 5 ' Q f ' ' ,Flexi ' ,- k i LEFT kii B. Buck, Vicki Calhoun, Becky Burger: Margrit Brinke. C. Jimmie Turner, David Sparks, Duane Saunders, Dave Mark, Linda Pagesh, Chuck Thompson. si? la? ,,. . .ir 'WW' 5 Qi :inf ww I semi 'WX ai 5 3 , 5 r , ' li ,Q ' ik 4' , 614 .4 ,Q x x ,ef 5 x ' '1' 8 ' 4 5 if Q 41 'X ff' 4 ' .X 3 5 3 .. . x P WL 1 'Mig ' WX 7 Q , 3 3 ' Q I 2 f' -. IU A M.. Qty xx iv, ' u '14, gi' 1 2' ' film' - gf ,. if-I, VW A-,H . I . ,, - g..f1L .Ai z ' W 9 ,L ' L -W GL' -P Amr?-g1xx'A D -. :V -fig.-za: 1' W A S .A J W 4 , I X1 'ii ' e iz .kc 1 wig YS , UNIORS 1 M , ix, e f ,' hx 1 .5 ' ,-1' , A 9 .cf s , , 4' S 8 .of-...X i A. LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Kvocka, Patty Lee, Leslie Kight. BACK: Sue Kvasnak, Ronnie Kirland, Bonnie Kef- fer, Bi!! Kuhns. B. Lydiaffgylor, Mighelle Sh aner, Bernienjpyra, Schuler, Bonny Scoll, Chuck Tentler, Th0'7395QV'f nnnn Bufdfflginn Calawo' Ma"535e Calab'9rJ'm Biieum, johnwfihomas. Dffbined D ef?3Sl2iiuaIi, Gedige EmSUfeii?Ceorg e iiiilen, Iimnfddy, Russelffeine. ' -'LL-'--. ' ' L A -1'-M-. 1 ff? .-y Q V . -N ,x ,, 'F sr . I . i"'-fl' ez , A f mm: Y - i ig K. fn.-1 ., , M A 33: U' 12 'ot MA Q WR, 5 K XJ K skiggin. 'S SH wi' K ', . sz v. ., W 4. ,Mi-,fuk , Q, Q Fx .. in ' 'ali I R vvsr , 'g Q Q W, . xii! MK, 3, x we 1 I JZ!! 1 V f wbffay, 3 55 1 ia? bc: 3 1 Vx 'Q' nv"5'-13.1 fx F' 9 f,g3,,,.g Q N ig. J , ff N 3 i ' Yi .No-5 . on iliii JUNIQR Ag LEFT T0 RIGHT: Nick Paoietti, Joe Opfer,'Harry Opfeir, Pat Park, Dave Owens, Pete Pazuchanics, Danny Patrick. B. Mark Muchow, Francis Rommel, Bill Rankin, Mike Piscitelli. C. Barry Fisher, George Gary, john Gallick, Mark Derdich, Kevin Donaldson, john Dermont. D. Mr. Mazanet, Tim Biro, Fred Branditz, Norm Boris, jim Boyer, Russell Brown. i i DeSfP'i?f Windy and mlede weather, selected eeeii fjuniors lperf, Svaded by the veafbofi Staff? ffampledeeupifhe Path eieei r i ward the Nikeksitke fo? gfoub pittuifes 134 m E G l Isgg al Claudia Frabizio, Tom Evans, Barb Pehr,fWendy Eichier, Pat DiBattistag C. Vickie Sorton, Randy Smith, Cheryl Bunyan, Sharon Sgdlocig, Roi2grtStgi3Ckd i 1lE. l j l j 5 3 ,N 135 IU IGRS . . , ,M ., H, . ,.,,. ,, ,.., M ,-f---X,. f .M-, f -1, , -,- - -f .,. -V l l 14 f f ff,-Q91-g, 7 ji,-,ugffl f A-gg.fqy,,y 1 -fg-v,::g - ggi - iff-5533,-15 ,f ,gi 'ki-Miglia' ,, 1 5,-wiggle:-:K - -vw gh,-xzggiizfi, 'f --I-5L1e?':':r - 1:-gvzsgaifi. ,"'s?39z'1f--J L-'f::2wz.s,1-f.w1ff4i:W2fyv'ki H2121-'.:1, , 'f',ffi,ssz1i22if 1 ' Qs." ' J f . 7 'Y , . 3 ' K 'I' " -fvcizfifi H 755' ' 75 2511 ' . 1"5?Qi'f1 . 'filiff u ',5'!'flf ' ' fffif' -, www Wrifw, , . ,, ,, -.if-is fx-2,-h , if I ww. -. .-1 1. Za E 4 lar :nf 4 5 14, Mgt W' WW.:--.K as .V .aw- ww, -autumn, In' ""1libnnv-w M 3 - YI' ,fi WW ff' 4 E s Q, if A . 1. ' V 1 pg fx ,F fi sf? 4 , ,E I 'Zgx 8 ,Xu gill im .nu ' 4 if Q g, i S 5 K 'I ' . , , L V Mfg, ' !g? -'nhffig -ly M ,S at if A pm My A 1 19.31 , 'M ,ygsfks ig' M, 4, 4 lf 1' e -. 4 Q' , 1 ,J-.if -A 1 ' 'W' 1 aff ,gifs V5 V sizgk -1 Q uh' ti, 'W Q 1 , 14 , ,, Aw .M Z, I I-f ,E fi ? I ,W i f, Q 5' H , b Q a rx 'Jr WU fi ,5 11 .'.. QQ. 1 JUNIGRS A. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Murtha, Tim Parshing, Barry Piper? Virice Pro, Gary Olsavicky, Dave Permigiani, Leo Patggrag jj DgQggig Big1grg hanski, Dan Price. B. Tina Sopthern, Ted Sames, 5 lia1fgQ i King, Cla-ire King- BACK? Bob f 5 5 5 ff 138 Zia, D. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Driscoll, Gail Gaydos, Sandi Finnegan, Karen Furst, Sheiiah Forney. E. Don Lees, john Krise, Bri an Davis, Danny Lee, Danny Grace, Kevin Krise, F. FRONT: Lee Reed. BAC K: Betty Oatman, Caro? Noviaigfirene RendxgfiQiegiTZsiVendy Ramsejigijudy TPatrick.fGQQCarol Ruffing,r1 T1qhn Sienkiewicezibue Sidun, Ruth Ann Tiilavinia, Karen Opfer. H. FRONT:YKaren Wawrzeriidk, Beverly VotaQBACK: Jackie Warrgo, Barry Zungre, Bernice Roth ey, Butch Van Fosson. Wa in 95 A tifg f E 'L 92 -A35 Q ,kfq 'E 'WA ba? , t .at . U 4. iggi"'gf?f kin? by ,,-+ 'F fffggfa W' i.. , M , Q-rg gif? ' U rw' ff ,L A I gig 5 V if , 1 YTIW4 - gig r I' K' KZ' W' lf ' QQ' It 'ir I 15, K Q X i X' ' wf 6 -. 4 5 32 4. iv NF Er r is J .W5,,.,?mq ll' .3 , ,,,,i S W.., I , fvisagi 'F' i R53 9' , . . ,LI f, 'v. . , . - ' f' I . ., , J' ' 5: f mf A W 14 is I+' Wkizlf , g , W s 3 , .. A ,,, 5, if afrgw k-nf hifi. km! zu. ff. gvfwii 'sa' N... .fy , 3. A D 1 - - ,S K, .W av ,v 1 943 X H s. W-vm , E ,Q . 'B ' 49 l 4 1 sl, 3 ' , 1' 4- ' 43 ,Y L.- gi .' I M ?R""4: f , K- 'LX an N Nb-we 4-.. .,.,..,.,, ', :H + "s-MA ab, +.g.wg,,,N . bf. W ', iff' - wb- '32 .. ' nb ' .0 Q I 'ff ff 5r..y,,x ,L . ff . .,. M v Q or Q, 9 V D I ' s 53, 1. gi, 3 IUNIORS Q . .pun-IIIIT' Being a junior is getting stuck in the middle. You've got to stay ahead ofthe sophomores and catch up with the seniors. That's what the junior year is all about. just what does a junior do? Well, there's the magazine sale and selling enough sub- scriptions to beat the senior. There's the white gold-yeh low gold, cut-uncut, small- medium-large, favorite cols or -- school color - birthf stone dilema which means it's time to order -riingsi. There's the productironiof the world famous off- Broadway smash sensation - the junior class play. There are important little projects like dances, re- freshment stands, and bake sales. And of course, there's the night that the ordinary becomes fantasy and dreams overpower reality -- the junior prom. PICTURE A: LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT: jean Hughes, Ken Jacobs, Pam Himmeger. BACK: Mike Huss, Gary Heatherington. B. FRONT: Cheryl Heckman, Karen jackson. BACK: Patti Hough, Pat Houser, Alice Hudkins. C. Denise Hare, Debbie Hand, Cecelia I-lays,:Fred Hart, Theolinda Graham. -? s . rf- , -'mf ,ffl ,Q . UNIORS s L1 A. LEFT TO RIGHT: Natalie Ross, Gene Richardson, Denise Petershanski, Darelle Railingshafer, Rita: ards. B. Dave Slagle, Kathy Rost, lanice Ruhl, Ron Sloboda,1Ed Servov. C. Cheryl Smith, Debbie Shaw, Kurt Sedlock, Robin Sholtis, Mark Stedy, Kurt Trump, Bill Umbel. D. Glenn Richards, Steve ufv' J, i, .1 Q i LUN INES H51 la C. ' fx ,W,VMQQ.,-f.gmug-,g -. 5 V .L-.qg.1,34, ng. - . - ' . f LL . 3 . . f ,A L , . P UNIGRS A. LEFT TO RIGHT: Greg Antonelli, jackie Bendel, Arlene Allshouse, Kathy Bernhardy, Rich Alex, Alan Be- hanna, Terry Albeck. B. Hal Gillespie, Cliff Gephart, lack Grenfell, Tony Grace, joseph Harbosky. C. Sheryl Kildow, loe Kallery, Kathy Schmidt. ' X1 146 is ---we 2 E D. LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Fetterman, Maryann Wilder, Lynn Dusi, Debbie Nall, lean Huston, Diana Shipers. E. FRONT: Vance Sedlaer, Tim Sherer, George Seliga, Ken Sedlock. BACK: Ray Simoral, jay Schwirian, Mike Stefanko, Dave Marraccini. F. FRONT: Terry Mihalko, Mona Rea, Kathy Laird, lo Ann Mitchell. BACK: Don Sukla, Zoe Roemer. A PROM 1972: CINDERELLNS BALL May 5, 1972, was a night when every girl was Cinderella, and every boy was Prince Charm- , The lo,i1by..became asflower garden, the an palace, and the cpu rtya rd sported pumpkins and white mice. Cinderel- la's Ball was not a fairy tale - but a reality. s r,,,Ql,.ijlCouples danced to the music of Sammy Bill his in between strolis around thefwishing outside in the moonlight. For ,Queen Bernadette and her court it was an extra-special time when all their dreams came As thelgewrtching hour of midnight ap- ll siil rssiiproachedlfliitpys andgiris climbedaihto their magical coaches, and the scene shifted to the Lake View inn, Greensburg. There the cou- ples were entertained by a magician, a hypno- 1 . and the rock grouspkansom. At five o'- Clock, with everyone tired but still somewhat enchanted, the 1972 junior-Senior Prom drew to a close. It had been a beautiful journey into fantasy which everyone would always r J remember. ...J LEFT TO Queen Bernadette Bauer, Sue Leffard, lanice Ruhl, Maryllynn Ritchie Sue Kvasnak limTurner, Randy Tremont, Bruce Moore, Gary Miller, Errol Stiddard. 148 149 -rm l so m sta rn jpg on my dQorstep . ,IS if e e yu a rrzigazines. Y for L l li if Q This year thekickoff for based on the TV show 'fDragnet",caHed 'fMagnet".1fhe high- of ei Mass Magazine of1973, Da- vid" Qavida" ':-, f f ' I 4, MAGAZI N E SALE xii 'Y I .:',., ee W Z ZR ,',f "', ' 4,::f: M. e,e,e Nm A ' f 'iz H A, IW , V 4 e ,..e, Lg.-is MJJQUEEN DAvzDA" e juniers achieveilfheir goifffiif eeee e 5 150 5 QLQLHIS1 9 QQ-6 2 WW yah r 1 ilwfl.-l-,iivfa 2 if ,,,..14afJ1g'i1?f W " n NWRL W . ss' ' 5 , V, f t u v xs lt , -v' f ,Q g 7 ',5 ' iv. , 4 'Q X' :lvl xx I W "?:I..L 3 ,A V' , 5' :QA I H Jisagfz-hg,'.l. 5 4, l ug' 4 i'nN'qvT i. ,,.x, P W Q I if! fi f M' xfif ' Q ' Q M xx I' Lg., 1 I If , ' ' f Q ,.' iv LIQL Y y L i YV Yrxyxrxl v GTI I M ni W 'M '7 Vm Senior year is . . . senior recognition . . . homecoming . . . senior pictures . . . the senior class play . . . the Christmas dance . . . college speakers . . . job interviews . . . class rank . . . name cards . . , announcements , . . the senior banquet . . . class day . , . caps and gowns . . . commencement. The senior class officers are: bottom, L-R: Darci Rotili, Vice President, Patty Kobil, Secretary, Pam Kelly, Treasurer. top: L-R, Jackie March, President, Lynne Phillips, historian. Kathleen Ach Paul Adams Robert Adams Roberta Agosti aa- -mf Q iw- . 25 iv. W li Denise Albensi June Allan Gina Altman Kathy Angel ff' H , 1 .1 ...fff -...rfb Ken Angelo Deborah Anjeski Eugene Anselm Debra Anthony Louis Argus Toni Baldridge Lazan Banks Laura Barr Thomas Bavuso John Beadling Ronald Benedek Ron Bernadowskl + Robert Bizila Peggy Blose Karen Boback Anthony Bocetti Janet ,Bodnar Joyce Bonadio Charles Bouchard Diane Bour Debra Boyd Mark Branik Jeffrey Braskett Mary Ann Braum Charles Brown Jackie Brown Larry Brumfield Vincent Bruno Betty Berquist Debra Biddle Gail Biro Senlor year IS the last of cafeteria lunches cheese dreams pizza burgers etc etc It s the end of green halls passes and get tang caught without them It s the last of first period physics tests and the last of eighth period study halls It s the last class project and the last year with gradeschool friends Semor year IS getting a lump ln your throat when you hear Wave Forever Red and Black Semor year IS makmg plans for tomorrow and forever after It s choosing a career makmg declslons and hopmg for the best lt s learning and knowing which way to turn. Senior year is opening your eyes to face the world. Senior year is an end - But just a beginning. Right: Jeff Weis walks away a winner. 155 Donna Bryson Suzanne Buckholz Dina Buono Scott Burd Gary Burke Kathy Butler Kevin Call Alan Campbell Tony Candelore Verna Carney Joe Carothers Edmund Carrozza Carol Celaschi Robert Charles Monica Cheshire Michele Chiaverini Robert Chiesi Joe Como Nora Conte Connie Conti Thomas Contrella Debbie Coulson Kevin Crain Donald Creveling Timothy Dailey James David Edwin Davis John Davis Lois Davis Deborah Dean Anthony Decarlo Vince DeFeIice Kathy DeISignore Albert Dervonis Timothy Detwiler Gary DiBasiIio Beverly Dixon Robert Dodds Wayne Donkin David Donnelly George Douglas Becky Shaw says, "I can't believe I ate the whole thing." Susan Douglas Ronald Duffalla LuAnn Durant Albert Farkas Sue Ann Farley George Ford lva Fedorka Patricia Feick Mary Felicetty Gloria Durosko Mark Duval Susan Dwornick William Ehlers John Ellis Belinda Englert Stephanie Erickson Pete Evanovich Kevin Everett Linda Everley Thomas Fairley Richard Faix Bonnie Fraser Kathy Fry Kimberly Gacovasky Donald Gallo Diane Gayok Carla Gealy Robin Gedekoh Connie George Douglas Gilbert Dorothy Good Gary Grace JoAnn Grajcar Donald Gray Robert Greenawald Sally Greenawalt Paul Greijack l A banged-up Michelle Butler smiles at the camera, bedfast because of her broken leg, while six of her many visi tors pose around her. They are: left to right: Jon Krummel, Kyle Walk, Dean Giron, Laurie Ondo, Garry Harper and half of Gary Burke. Mary Griffiths Roberta Griffiths Sally Griffiths Robert Gruber Jonathan Grunsky David Hall Jeffrey Hall Mary Hampson 162 George Hepner John Higby Janice Hindman Ronald Hines Randy Hofmeister Richard Holliday Raymond Holsing Kim Hoover Carol Hotkewicz Kevin Hand David Handley Cynthia Hankins Bill Hannegan John Harshman Linda Hayes Kevin Heckman Judith Heil Robert Hough Thomas Hruska Merle Hudzik Bruce Hughes Debbie Husok Cheryl Hutchinson Deborah Hutchinson James Hutchison Margie Hutchko Myrtle Jackson Jeff Jacobs Mark James John Jeffries Virginia Jenco Ray Jenkins Diane Johnson Kerry Jones Walter Jory Linda Jourdain Mi? Y Marcia Kalinowski Clark Kass Pamela Kelley Ronald Keyes Audrey King Gloria King "Sorry, Bill, but we photog- raphers have to make a liv- ing, too! Valaree Kisselovich Patricia Kmetz Patricia Kobil David Kocis Christine Koller Timothy Koller Lisa Kovach Marlene Kozemchak Denise Kugler Dawn Kuhns Deborah Kuseck Jerry Kuseck Chris Lafollette William Lancaster William Landsparger Michael Lanyi Barbara Leggett William Lesofsky Cecelia Levdansky William Lieberum Susan Lilley Dennis Lindy Diane Losteter Diane Ludwick Paul Mackey Robert MacPherson Mike Majewski John Malady Georgan Maley Jacquelyn March Terri Mardis Jay Markanich Nancy Marko Gloria Marochak James Martis Ronald Massaro Susan Matelan William Mathers James Maurer Marilou Mayernik Santa and his little helper, Sue Mc Grew lend an ear to Mr Krajac s Christmas list Michael McBride Regina McBride Ramona McCarthy Mary Lou McCarty Charles McCormick Susan McGrew Catherine McGinness Patricia McHolme John McKeever Allan McLaughlin Roberta McMahon Matthew Medved Michelle Merletto Jeff Merriman Kathleen Mesiarik Edward Michalek Melanie Moffat Denise Molinaro Sherry Momeyer James Moninger Bruce Moore Donald Morgan And this here is calleda . . ." Carol Morgan Karl Morosko Ronald Morosko William Morris Janet Mozzoni William Murtha Daniel Muth William Nagy Kim Neff Debra Noble Louis Novak Thelma Novak George Ocilka Louis Opfer Nancy Qrenak Robert Parkins Victoria Pasula Gregg Patrick Wayne Patterson Deborah Paulick Cheryl Pemberton Ruth Penn Denise Perisich Raymond Perry Lynne Phillips Carole Pitts Bruce Potts Robert Power Karen Pritchard David Pro Deborah Prontiker William Protz David Puskarie Esther Rabe Gail Randolph Patrick Rankin Ruth Ann Rankin Dawn Kuhns in a serious mood before a choir concert. Christopher Raynak Allan Reese Cynthia Rhoades Craig Richel Richard Riggle Deborah Ringer Barbara Robinson David Rodkey Linda Rose William Ross Darci Rotili Judith Ruschak Ralph Sabatini LaVerne Sanetta James Santory Kevin Santulis i A happy couple caught at the Christ- mas Dance. We me 5, tg Qiff Edna Sapp Stephen Scagline Melanie Scales kenneth Schoemer Jeffery Schork Christine Secasky Nancy Shaw Carol Shevchik Holly Shipley Gloria Shoemaker Cheryl Shotwell Kathleen Skehan Kevin Skiffington George Slagle Betty Smith Deborah Smith Katherine Smith Kathy Smith Paul Smith Shawn Smith Michael Sorick Janet Sovitski William Speidel Joseph Spernak Gary Springer Mary Spyra Janet Sredy Kenneth Staley Mark Stanley Arlene Steele Carla Steele Mary Jo Stehney Kirk Stephen Kevin Stepko Theresa Sterba Walter Strotman Debra Suckell Susan Sullivan Ian Surachestpong Robin Sykes Gloria Szalankiewicz Ellen Tambella Kelly Taylor Emily Tedesco Jack Tesauro Deborah Thalman Deborah Thayer Mark Thomas , Emma Thompson Jeffrey Thompson Anton Tomko Robert Tortorice Regina Toth Ronald Toth Helen Tremont Maryanne Tremont Robert Trumpie Thomas Uhlig Judith Umbel Cheryl Urban Judith Urban Jacklyn Uveges Tom Hruska enjoy- ing one of Unc's lectures. Mg nl Q Denise Vidil Dominic Villi Errol Volk Dale Wagner Kyle Walk Kathleen Walsh Raymond Wargovlch Karen Wasil David Werner Roy Wiesen Gary Wilcox Ann Williams Carl Williams Essie Williams Patricia Willig Thomas Wilson Claudia .Wood Randy Wood Robert Wood Blllue Jo Wooldridge Harry Weimer Jeff Weis Craig Weiskircher Debra Weiskircher Michelle Welker Lorie Wentz The following senior tured: Richard Cupp Andrew Husok Eddie Rice Paul Ruhl Bruce Trumpie Charles Williams Dennis Worthy Leona Wycoff Linda Xides Jill Zimmerman Gene Zombek Eugene Zora Robert Henrich Mr. Gary LeDonne Class Sponsor s are not pic- LEFT: Another year, another senior, another picture. Regina Toth poses for her senior picture. SENIOR HO ORS Kathy Ach Honor Award-Society of Women Engineers Finalist-Heppenstall Co. Scholarship Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Robert Adams NCAA Scholarship - Arizona State U. Margaret Blose Music Scholarship -- Otterbein College Karen Boback Quill and Scroll Larry Brumfield Football Scholarship - Indiana State U. Football Scholarship - Wisconsin U. Gary Burke Who's Who Among High School Seniors Kathy Butler Art Scholarship - Carnegie - Mellon U. Art Scholarship - Moore College of Art Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Verna Carney Thespian Society Carol Celaschi Scholarship - Duquesne University Monica Cheshire Scholars Award - Seton Hill College National Merit Letter of Commendation Elizabeth Women's Club Award Society of Outstanding American Students Society of Outstanding Teenagers Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Thespian Society 4 Quill and Scroll Conni Conti Scholarship - Jon Lesko's Beauty School Thespian Society Tom Contrella Music Scholarship - Duquesne University Kathy Delsignore Scholarship - Mon - Yough Jr. Achievement Edwin Davis National Merit Scholarship - G.C. Murphy Bill Ehlers U.S. Steel Honors Institute Richard Faix Quill and Scroll Sue Ann Farley Quill and Scroll Iva Fedorka National Merit Letter of Commendation Certificate of Merit - PHEAA Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students George Ford Who's Who Among High School Students I Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Society of Outstanding H.S. Students U.S. Steel Honors Institute Scholarship-Washington 81 Jefferson Coll. Kim Gacovsky Scholarship - Waynesburg College Dave Gibbons Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who in American High Schools Mary Lee Hampson National Merit Letter of Commendation Bill Hannegan Thespian Society Quill and Scroll Janice Hindman Scholarship - Mon - Yough Jr. Achievement Banker of the Year Award - Jr. Achieve. Miss Jr. Achievement - Mon - Yough Center Ronald Hines Big 10 All-Star Football Team Merle Hudzik Scholarship - Waynesburg College Who's Who Among High School Seniors Society of Outstanding Teenagers Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students National Presbyterian Scholarship Myrtle Jackson DECA Award for Outstanding Merit Diane Johnson Welcome Wagon Award Lisa Kovach Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Debbie Kuseck Quill and Scroll Mike Lanyi Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Bill Lesofsky Football Scholarship - Penn State U. Big 10 All-Star Football Team Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Bill Lieberum Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel Award McKeesport Science Fair Awards: 1st place Biology 1st place General Science 2nd place Biology 2nd place Biology - Duquesne University Westinghouse Honors Institute Duquesne U. Certificate of Honor Award Paul Mackey Apprenticeship - Dreschler Cabinet Co. Jackie March Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Jay Markanich Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Marilou Mayernik Quill and Scroll Cathy McGinness National Merit Letter of Commendation Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Allan McLaughlin Scholarship - West Virginia Wesleyan Society of Outstanding American students Roberta McMahon Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Cheryl Pemberton Art Scholarship - Carnegie - Mellon U. Bruce Potts Sponsorship to General Motors Institute Esther Rabe Scholarship - Tennessee Temple University Ruth Ann Rankin Honors Band - Carnedie - Mellon University Bill Ross National Merit Achievement Scholarship Darci Rotili P.T.A. Award Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Society of Outstanding American Students Society of Outstanding Teenagers Who's Who Among High School Seniors Becky Shaw Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Shawn Smith Rosebud Women's Club Award Janet Sovitski Nursing Scholarship - Pittsburgh U. Nursing Scholarship - Carlow College Mary Spyra Quill and Scroll Janet Sredy Elizabeth Women's Club Award P.T.A. Award Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Mary Jo Stehney Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Honor Award - Society of Women Engineers Kirk Stephen Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Susan Sullivan Daughters of American Revolution Award Robin Sykes National Merit Finalist . National Merit Scholar - Wells College Scholarship - New College Merit Scholarship - Allegheny College Scholarship - Washin gtonj 8. Jefferson College P.T.A. Award Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Society of Outstanding Teenagers Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Kevin Stepko Football Scholarship - U.S. Air Force Acd. Emily Tedesco Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Honor Award - Society of Women Engineers Perfect Attendance - 12 years of school Mark Thomas Football Scholarship - Penn State U. Merit's Who's Who Among American Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors Jeff Thompson Thespian Society Ronald Toth lst. place Engineering Award - Mon - Youth 2nd. prize Engineering - Buhl Planeterium Westinghouse Electric Corp. Fund Award lst. prize General Science - Mon - Yough lst. place Physics - Duqiesne University Air Force Excellence Award Znd. prize Physics - Penn State U. Who's Who Among High School Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Helen Tremont Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Kyle Walk P.T.A. Award Who's Who Among H.S. Seniors Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Kathy Walsh Scholarship - West Virginia Wesleyan lda Waszczak Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Jeff Weis NCAA Scholarship - University of Pitt. Linda Xides Scholarship - Swarthmore College Scholarship - Wellesley College Charles E. Merril Scholarship Scholarship - Pittsburgh University Society of Outstanding H.S. Students Merit's Who's Who Among H.S. Students Who's Who Among High School Seniors HGMECOMING WEEKEND Homecoming Weekend, Q., October 15 and 16, was the fu rg most celebrated weekend in l v the school year. On Friday 1 , night, the weekend was de- . ' - clared with a huge bonfire and a cocoa pour. A football J game on Saturday against " ' Thomas Jefferson high- lighted the weekend, while a terrific halftime perform- ance made it even more enjoyable. 1841 The halftime included a fine performance by the band, the crowning of the Pigskin Princess, Patty Kobil, and the recognition of her court, Ida Waszczak, Sherry Momeyer, Diane Losteter, Kathy Ach. A special pres- entation displayed by Mike Lanyi, Skydiving onto a nearby field, commerated the occasion. The weekend ended' with a dance on Sat- urday night in the school cafeteria. Fifi? THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS Nostalgia, the scent of Iilacs, and strains of the theme from "Summer of 42" swept over the hushed audience as the spotlights rose on the little kitchen of the Hanson family. Act one of "l Remember Mama" had begun. The play, written by John Van Druten, was an episodic account of the life of a Norwegian family in San Francisco at the turn of the centu- ry. The story was told by Mama and Papa's oldest daughter, Katrin. Other children in the Family were Nels, Christine, and little Dagmar. Throughout the course of the play as the children grow up, the audience shared their experiences - the illness of Dag- mar, the engagement of Aunt Trina, the death of Uncle Chris. Through all, Mama remained the strong and un- changing figure. The collection of events was unified and brought to a climax with the publishing of Katrin's first novel, "l Remember Mama". 186 Cast Members: Darci Rotili Diane Ludwick Bill Hannegan Lynne Phillips Verna Carney George Hepner Errol Volk Patty Feick Linda Landini Iva Fedorka Bruce Moore Ramona McCarthy Wayne Patterson Bob Charles Allen McLaughlin Janet Sovitski Kathy DeISignore Tom Wilson Carol Morgan Davida Kruper Dina Buono Pat Rankin I REMEMBER MAMA zu... 'il ,533 ""' 1 40? 3 A. sw ig m e ' ' 1-i.e-To -i Accenting the era in which "I remember Mama" oc- cured was an old fashioned candy shop managed by Carole Pitts, Jeff Thomp- son, Tom Bavuso and Su- san Douglas. A special at- traction was Mr. RockweII's 1946 Lincoln Continental located outside the lobby. -1 Zin Qmhzjfasbinneh bristmas "An Old Fashioned Christmas", set the scene for the Christmas dance this year. Enchantment filled the air as the cafeteria was transformed into a Christmas wonderland. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Miss Denise Albensi as Snow Queen. Couples were asked to bring a small gift wrapped toy, to be given to needy children, and this the spirit of giving along with the magic of the evening left everyone with the feeling of Christmas. , 'gf":f1ss. 'W , Q AMW' Fa f A rp! O' 1 66,5 , ,, A c 188 Q SQ., ,V 95 Mew I nw W J tl , , ff? .. A L 'iillg - K 9 ,C 189 A. Debbie Paulick and Bill Hanne- gan. B. Michelle Merletto and Ron Keyes. C. Gloria Durosko and Jim McClintock. D. Lynn Phillips and Ward Cachenour. E. Denise AI- bensi and Kirk Stephen. "THE GRINCH WHO STGLE CHRISTMAS" The annual, senior class-spon- sored Christmas Play was "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas". Set in the small town of Whoville, the story centered around the Grinch, played nastily by Mr. Roti- li, and his faithful dog Max, a lazy hippie-type freak played perfectly by Mr. Krajnik. The Grinch and Max descended on Whoville to ruin the villager's Christmas, but the cheerful carolers of the town lother faculty members! refused to be daunted in their Christmas spirit. In the end, the carolers' spirit won out, and everyone had a Merry Christmas after all. --,ga--vonr""" V' 'film 11.05. , 'ffffflfif V 7 A ww f A ' .3 R 1 . f Q 152, Q K SD sql ea 2 .lf A' MMM g W 14? A SENICR BANQUET A nice warm sunny day, kids jammed into the lobby entrance, people tripping over suitcases and nine confused bus drivers was the scene on May 24, 1972 before the Senior Class began its journey to Seven Springs Ski Resort for the annual senior class banquet. Being many of the students first trip to Seven Springs, they could be seen wandering around in amazement. Others couIdn't wait to gobble down their delicious turkey dinner and jump in the beautiful indoor swimming pool. Still others rode the ski lift and a few clowns even rolled back down the hill. Then that terrible mo- ment came when over the loud speaker someone said "ALL EF seniors are to report to the bus- es." Oh well as the old saying goes, "All good things must come to an end." And to the class of '72 this night was quite a special night and will be remembered by all who atten ded leven the facultyj. Photos courtesy of The Daily Herald newspaper Mon Before the rain, Senior Class President Jackie March had a chance to deliver the greetings Then the rain came and the student speakers were not able to give their speeches. SEAT ED LEFT TO RIGHT: I Have Learned: of beauty and truth in life . . . Janet Sredy of the importance of the individual . . . Kyle Walk not pictured of the values of in- volvement . . . B. Dale Hannegan of the spirital side of life . . A , Darci Rotili Foreign exchange student lan Surachestpong, also not pictured, did not deliver his farewell speech . June 4, 1972 - commencement - is a day that will never be forgotten. A crowd of over 3000 gathered outside in the Warrior Stadium to watch as nature interfered with the welI-re- hearsed plans of the administration, faculty, and students. The traditional solemnity and dignity were replaced by the sounds of pattering raindrops and the giggles of the graduates. There were no speeches, to the dismay of Bill Hannegan, Darci Rotili, Janet Sredy and Kyle Walk, the chosen speakers. After a processional in sunshine, there was only an invocation by Reverend Walter Carney, punctuated by thunderclaps, and a greeting by class president, Jackie March, under dark skies. At this point all ceremony was abandoned, and Mr. Klein, principal, proceeded to call the names for the awarding of diplomas. The graduates marched across the makeshift bridges over the unfinished track through the thundershowers. The traditional fanfare and recessional were replaced by a mad dash for the auditorium and lobby. It was indeed a different graduation ceremony. Perhaps it was befitting that such an unfor- gettable class as the seniors of '72 should have such a graduation. The graduates were to- gether - together in sunshine, together in rain. Maybe nature was trying to tell us some- thing. Be as it may, to borrow a phrase, no one will ever forget this year's commencement. And maybe that's the whole idea. , ,afxaf P'-, f T... r for ' A . , ' , M.. Q s , -S . vw- A, are .2 tif' M' 3 nl 455,553 4,5-fi Y 'f VW' ik? id ' V 44 3 1 9 3 IAN My dear friends, Finally the most important day of the year came. Gradua- tion on June 4th was the last day I saw you together. I've been studying, sharing experiences with you for a long time. lt's hard to believe that my stay is over but all good things must come to an end. I've enjoyed my stay here very much. Everyone has been so kind and friendly to me. You've helped make my stay here very much. I always treasure my memo- ries of EF and this country. I've learned and seen many things which we don't have back home. I always remember my first football game, the changing of the leaves of the trees, snowfall, skiing, especially when I fell off the cliff be- cause I didn't know how to turn around, I lost my ski my friend helped hunt, late and almost miss my bus. My first Christmas, I tried to catch Santa Clause but he was too fast for me, hunting for Easter eggs, being Rotary boy of the month, Thanksgiving which we ate a lot of turkey. These are experiences I'lI never encounter back in Thailand. I'II never forget the Prom, banquet and especially our graduation in the heavy rain and storm. We were all wet. l'Il never forget them and will remind me always and everywhere I go. I'm glad I've had an opportunity to take part in the Ameri- can way of life. My American parents and family have been so wonderful to me during my stay. I resided with Dr. 8. Mrs. Frank Rommel and their children Mike, Beth, John, James and Susi at Mt. Vernon. They always have the best wishes for me, and made my stay a pleasant one. I want to take this opportunity to tell you, without my American family my stay would not have been possible. I've enjoyed living with all of you and I hope you've en- joyed having me here. I miss you very much. Please write to me when you have time. lf you travel to Thailand, please go to visit me. My address is: ,mf gl 261 Group 3 Talingngam QM Ygffn 3 'V' WGUVPN Koh Samui 10-fm-,gan nv. 'fng-givvh Surathani Talland 7 7 The last day we were together for commencement at school I was very sorry I didn't have a chance to talk or say good bye to all of you. But my dear friends, I hope to see you again someday. Good bye is hard for me to say to you. So I just want to say I'lI see you again later. Thanks for being such great friends to me. Please don't forget to SMILE and good luck to all of you. Love always, uZ1fnfQY41w43A5f' a L, 194 361561 gfsgVw 7 ci I And a youth said, Speak to us of Friendship. And he answered, saying: t , g Your friendiis your needs answered. l it l if He is your field which you sow with love and reap with thanksgiving. And he is your board and your fireside. For you come to himwwith your hungenand youlseek hirnffor peace. 4 s When your friend speaks his mind you fear not the "nay" in your own mind, nor do you withhold the Nay". y s Arid when he is silent your heart ceases not to listen to hisheartg if For without words, in friendship, all thoughts, all desires, all expectations are born and shared, with joy that is unacclaimed. When youspart fromfyour friend, you grieve notgs l For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. And let there be no purpose in friendship savethe deepening ofthe spirit For love that seeks aught but the disclosure of its own mystery is not love but a net cast forth and only the unprofitable is caught And let your best be for your friend If he must know the ebb of your tide let him know its flood also For what is your friend that you should seek him with hours to kill? Seek him always with hours to live For it is his to fill your need but not your emptiness And inthe sweetness of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures For inthe dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed Kahlil Gibran from The Prophet . . . , . , - , . s . t . I . , . - . Apfelthal ralghead 3 lzabeth Distributing HU J s Furniture k R. 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