Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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ALMA MATER Hail to thee, 0 Euclid High School To thy name all praise we sing. Happy days of youthful pleasure, Learning, living, life so dear. Our hearts fill with gratitude For all that is to be . . . Alma Mater, Euclid High School, All our praise we bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's waters Casts the sun's bright golden rays There all Euclid's sons and daughters Sing the joys of student days. If after days be dark and drear And storms of life draw nigh, The memories of our friendships here Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. Zacidalivm 7964 J MQS s V Gxv. ' " 146 of gonfenb lnffoalmffon .icaafemicj Yflmfefcfw 520m .fgcfiuified Slnzm Suppimenf Jdclwfffdemmfj Jmlex 4 18 52 66 ll-4 I66 Q24 256 292 Q 4- -' . 1, s ".'. 1 i, .. ., ,, . ve:-1 VH' Q mgyqfg--Lv - v., V f--su W -'A ., I -Q, 1' R L7 The mind perceives change And is disquiefed, Impofenf to avoid if, Responsible for creating if. The mind perceives the significance of change And knows the meaning Of before And after. l Q I? Q A 'kk K c sd? '5 Change is the manifestation of time in the physical world. Time paces unalterably forward, but change can often be directed. Through man's negligence, change brings decay, through his labor, achievement. .qc .-4. 'S 13.21. :t...Am...,, ,,. tv . L u f 'X 'uh 4 L s "1 nqw vu! Jus.-'QW I ,- 1..- -+4 S gavnfq gg 430 I. ,Hy-., , "fl QW.:-xnxx.. .,.,,,,,,,,, In ' ?r:rv'-smwtfr - ' :- Progress results from the effec- tive direction of change. In the modern school, mechanization provides for more efficient learn- ing, while organized activities such as the Washington trip, Ski Club, and American Field Serv- ice give students opportunities they would likely not have been offered otherwise. These assets develop mind and body, for the student the most significant change. QQ.: W .-Q. M f,.- '51 4 Qs . , . CJ 3 FV-gf' R Q- ef, S 3 ' ...f if 15 ,. . if .- wsxff 3 NNN The change in mind and body never ceases. The modern high school facili- ts the meaningful direction of this ch ange from childhood through adult- ' ' ' '- '-'mol also houses iuvenile music lessons, adult -1"jg, H 1 ' -' - oarams. :- 7 r ,a 'qw 'NLUNCH sp .,., NQLA V , , 1 x 45 f L' it 'fi ,fc I 1 N 1 J 1 .f X f I 1 fi 1 ,, 1 , .r 9 M52-. 1, Q .. J Yx g if ...V ,' ? 5 -.HUM P QL I " ' 1 , z gf f , IEP. . ff- f . . 254 f 337 . -M I g , w glr " r E 1 A. is-.. 1 A.,. ,,... . .,. ..,.. it 5' ' ' , .4 i fur: -ua'v"icjr'f- --:rf-jvr1:"r:': fi' ' 512- 2 , lil il if I li l l A ! f .........,A we i -2.1. 1.11, 3, , "5 .b , H yu L 4 wg x -. V : i f . I 'l Men often encounter tragic change. A shocked, unbelieving nation felt the impact of a President's death, and John F. Kennedy be- came a noble memory to Americans every- where. But the pace would not stop, more changes followed, and, gradually, the nation's equilibrium was restored. Americans turned to Lyndon B. Johnson for leadership. X , ,.,, Wide World Photos ti Courlesy of Ray Mcliosic, Cleveland Plcin Dealer Former change has shaped the present, and now thought may bring a question, a probe inquiring into the realm of future change. Beautiful and terrifying, change works with steady sureness, or bullet-like speed. It decides the difference between today and tomorrow, this generation and the next. What will change bring? Each individual can influence the answer. . 1? was JA a L c .,,,, if Lf : A. , , ,af "' Q1 ' ru , A B K 7 t 'fWS9oa-sv ,Q,X.,, ' M QM. K KQNX--w!5f'fit.f-1 :f "lv is N.. WAQQ X. ' D 1 59: A-,L fg . :Hg Q, it A-,5.. 7 tw -R N ' xg ilu- C55 , . 1 I X 4 I' b ' .1 lv I ,.. , ,Z I Clj6fL0wAalge Legind LUifA womzlering ,Self a CA!!! fo w0m!eri1fLg unc! you Acwe loaf Aim on ffm roaal fo 1,ufLc!er:iLLanc!ing." -Samue! Ofangdg 'fi'-' "Wa FK. 12, ff ps. . 'sms' .- Vjw -- ceq ' 4' x lllr TAS Q E 1, .gt 1' ACADEMICS Progress is a conscious struggle for betterment through change, but conscious change is not always progress. Changes are often caused more by necessity than by the desire for improvement. Such was the case at Euclid this year, when a surplus of students forced the advent of many changes in the school framework. Crowded hallways were relieved by up and down stairways. Classes held in the E-room and team teaching eased the logistical problem of where to put students. Perhaps more absorbing than the administrative aspects of these changes were their effect on the attitudes of the students themselves. With the advent of these changes, the school deserted some of its acquired functions and became more an institution of learning. Continuing a trend that had begun some years before, the student developed a different attitude toward academics. He began to realize that school was a com- bination of intellectual and social pursuits, and that his time had to be apportioned between the two. Moreover, the stigma formerly attached to the gifted or imaginative individual by an anti-intellectual student body was removed as studying became more stylish. This change in attitude was meaningful, for it signified maturity and a more conscious approach to the future. Today's student must be pre- pared to assume and develop the wisdom of his predecessors. Into his hands the present body of knowledge is placed, slowly and carefully, by its former creators. The student will soon be the creator. What will he create? M lnevitable, accelerating change must be not only acknowledged but anticipated. The good life -yes, even sheer survival-demands a sure-footed readiness for the myriad changes foisted upon us. Moreover, we need to develop the desire and power to effect changes rather than merely be affected by them. Every change is a cause-effect evolvement from pre-existing materials, events, and ideas. Only their mode of combination is new. It behooves us all, therefore, to become surely grounded in the constants of life, the unchanging principles, so that we do not confuse change with progress, to become conversant with the phenomena of change in every field and thereby to become in marked degree masters of our fate. Lester E. Angene Superintendent of Schools Second Row Mr William Tomko Mr Dale Mansperger Mr Loyal Luikart. Y' Vx 9"' .Jnglr Dr Lester E Angene Superintendent of Schools. The changes noticed at Euclid High when you returned this year, and the ones you are a part of now, are excellent preparation for the era of ever-increasing change into which you are moving. My best wishes go with you for an exciting part in this coming era of change and challenge. Mr. Robert Holloway Director of Secondary Education 'Nu Mr. Robert Holloway, Director of Secondary Education. . 'ig .,. -J' Change can be invigorating or frightening depending on a person's frame ot mind. Most individuals welcome change and enioy the chal- lenge which it imposes. Other per- sons who are not as well adiusted become apprehensive when they must meet change. They prefer the secur- ity of the status quo. I hope as you leave high school you will accept the necessary changes in your life as opportunities to de- velop your total personality. The only caution l would make is that you do not become attracted to change for its own sake and that you learn to distinguish between change which represents progress and that which does not. The development of this skill will require the use of all your native intelligence and acquired knowledge. William A. Hunter Principal Dr James Miller Assistant Principal. ' '?'F"r',,', PRINCIPALS This was a year of transition, and few people felt the jolts of change more than our principals, Mr. Hunter, Mrs. Sheats, Dr. Bergem, Dr. Miller, and Mr. Wiley. The new ten period day, giving the administration twenty per cent more building space, also created countless student scheduling problems. Other new difficulties en- countered were problems in teacher communication and staff meetings, both of which were caused by diverse teacher schedules. Questions con- cerning student promotion, discipline, and college applications had to be answered as usual. Thus, the prin- cipals coped with most of the old, as well as the new problems. if Y f X '3- DIVISION A-F. Ileft to rightl Mr. Fred Johns, Dean, Miss Virginia Bell, Counselor, Mr. Randy Tarrier, Counselor. DIVISION M-R. Ileft to righfl Mr. Merwin Staines, Counselor, Mr. John Griffin, Dean nof pictured, Miss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor. Qf::,9Li,9 , i i DIVISION G-L. Ileft to rightl Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor, Mr. Donald Martin, Counselor, Miss Wilma Gillmun, Dean. DEANS AND COUNSELORS Over the summer the carpenters sawed, leveled, and pounded last year's office corridor into the present one to facilitate the new arrange- ment of deans and counselors, one dean and two counselors for each of the newly-developed sections. This is an addition of two deans and two counselors to the previous number. Suggestion and counsel take a part in everyone's life, and an especially large part during the high school years. The counselor concerns him- self with the problems of the many students assigned to him, and in solv- ing these problems prepares the stu- dents for the future. DIVISION S-Z. lleft to rightl Mr. Robert Crary, Counselor, Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean, Mrs. Helen Stewart, Counselor. A wg-2-' H I ENGLISH English classes are no longer dominated by the punctuation mark and the entangled sentence dia- gram. Where grammatical explanations once ruled, lectures on characterization, style in writing, and organization of themes are now more usual. Through the advent of the paperback book, students are able to read more extensively, leading to greater famil- iarity with books and greater depth in reading, and resulting in a better understanding of the author and his work. To further this trend in English, Euclid's English department has instituted such meth- ods as team teaching, a program combining the talents of five teachers for the benefit of one hun- dred thirty iuniors in college courses. An Advanced Placement program consisting of seven periods per week and an advanced composition course have also been initiated. English teachers are scheduled to teach four classes with a fifth clinic period in which they give individual attention in composition and language. Through the new drama workshop, students may see a classroom performance of a play which they are currently studying. These new advances have made this traditionally dull course one to which students look forward each day. Mrs. Hoffman, Department Chairman. Frank Aultz Marcia Backos Jean Becker William Brown Norma Cowan .lean Cox Virginia DeMora Lillian Drescher Susan Emshwiller Kathleen Fogarty Marilyn Fuerst Eleonora Guzman . . . -ff:g5f??, : Judith Carmody . Rosemary Clement Joan Duprey Donald Eisen Mary Harrington Lucy Hoffman qs QU 1-1 cv' 7' ,i' r : SA T QT' 'V . 4 X? .rj c T - N -A53 Am fir , N' ' B'- 'kg I W f " "': br 'Th' V' if lt, 2 .us at , 'Q ,, 'J R 'fe-if J., M V. . -A Miss Clement offers frank criticism. From Arrowsmith to Zhivago, paperbacks supplement textbooks. 5 J .li 'l 45 4 i i lx-u-.-.. rain ""4'21N:wv QI . Jack Jenkins Ronald Markwell Myra Oliver Lola Pinney Frank Pringle Ruth Robinson Leonard Robuck Terry Ross Roger Round Granville Smith Nancy Taubman Carole Venaleck if S. 4- iz lynx, 'r-F7 'W ' gl ' X iss' , 'fr . ' iiw, ." "gE1 X V- 5-jam N-.f . gi' ' n "-.1 4 z. r R iz- Nr il' -ig . xi " -7 ,c In - "1 . 1 : 1kw,,1 . is 'I "1--'-117 ' ,S ,H . Q5 'M' sz'-r READING IMPROVEMENT We are in a new era, and a new Pace has been set-a fast pace. li 1 3, w as The Reading Improvement course is il' I one method by which students can fx -s keep abreast of the times. It offers 1 ' X ' ' no credit, but its results more than Y I 'gm'-'Q' I. account for the two days a week -1- I I . V h. ml, J spent in the reading lab. Within a A yi I year a student's reading speed can ,y i ,Q be more than doubled and his com- ll ,I fi Ii' VIISKLQQ prehension greatly increased. Result: .,-, - R A Q his time spent on reading assignments X is cut in half. - , Students listen intently to Mrs. Backos' informal critique of their writing. Written tests in the reading lab measure comprehension as well as speed. WI. Q - 'Nev Ilan ,A - wc ACS AA iaxfpem" ' ,.- ,f Ima, JOURNALISM The iournalist finds his reward in the com- pletion of his product, a well-composed piece of iournalism. However, the creation of this product can be a harrowing experience, for the writer must overcome the many pitfalls of the pen. His writing must be alive but not melodramatic, concise but not choppy. Sometimes he strives to arouse the reader's emotions, but he cannot be sentimental, and when his writing becomes emotional, he can- not lose logic. Journalism, more than any other type of writing, requires accuracy, for it concerns facts rather than fiction. Students of journalism gain experience by writing news articles, editorials, and themes, thus developing the varied talents of a good journalist. Drama class is a new E room activity. DRAMA The classroom is the stage, the assignment is "Be an amoeba," or "Show me how an apple acts," the course is drama. Here the student learns techniques of expression and relies on the versatility of his imagination. This year, Mr. Jenkins based his pro- gram on the theater's development from primitive to modern times, a study revealing to the student how life itself has made men actors. i, Qffav I I I I I ' rl Q 3 5 4 . fr., , xg 1: QQ' 'Q Q' gh" tlraii Q r ' , ..' 1' 'I tt 1346, ti: 't ,, ll .ll ii, lhl'w9'litflaj' l 1 , , i . l'1 als A fit' N, , T , A It 13 'SN-It vlgltuqtll'll,llijngll4ig' , . 3 . - -. tl lil 'i .7-ei 13 l?l'illl.'.P' lvglnl ,,. 'fn' t x t I Milf!!!-"li'.i,l'i rJQI4,4l g lil' :dll ll ihvlet 'lo'n ' n 11.4 ",j,' , ', ' 4' l5 7',"it',"s.1g +14 l tally Mid' ,' l ' ll lllalllfll lllmn fl' Pt I I in Qllll tual li wi 6- in -. i I, IQ Z' at-it Mft 08 tv!! E Mrs. Margaret Zimmerman, Department Chairman, E.: x Q if ga 'f 'Q Q-. -3 -'r:.. 1 I l l Ain, 43 ing, se - . 152 l I , s N ,wz!,f+Zf1f, do ' 'S' . C , 1, i.Q.5'gg Q . . he X PI- f J , gl b T 'ie vi Es eff .3 . Donna Baumeister Barbara Black Ervin Boia Ahmed Fellague Katheryn Gates Constance Kreicher FCREIGN LANGUAGE There are two obstacles to over- come in understanding the people of a foreign nation. The first of these is language. The second and more difficult is the comprehension of the thoughts which underlie the words. The knowledge of a language is not an end, but a means toward under- standing these thoughts. Euclid's lan- guage department is designed with this means in mind. Culture, as w'ell as language, is studied, leaving the student with an understanding of the differences that separate the world's people. This type of understanding is necessary if there is to be progress toward world peace. bl x . 5, V V' K XJ Linda Manoloff Anfhony Vaccclriello Margaret Zimmerman Cogito, ergo sum. Mr. Boic ecsvesdrops on Andi Dczskivich. XX. xx i l 1 l l 1 Y7 'N 'TT Joyce Alexander Linda Cook Moses Dannenhlrsh William De Mora Nathaniel Dickinson Forrest Diehl Donald Glaser Pat Greiner Ronald Harding Raymond Hively Frank Hoffert James Lindsay SOCIAL STUDIES The ancient Greek civilization, one of the greatest the world has known, could not prevent decline. The Roman civilization was mighty, but it, too, collapsed. And so it has been with all great civilizations. Today the United States faces the same dilemmas that have perplexed all the great nations in history. We must meet the external foe at a time of internal tension. Will our nation grow stronger through strife, or will it weaken and collapse? This is a question unanswerable now, but a person equipped with a knowledge of history and human behavior can intelligently predict the results of time. More important, history shows him a course to follow if he is to aid in the betterment of the future. Win- ston Churchill once said, "All wisdom is not new wisdom, and the past is to be studied if the future is to be suc- cessfully encountered." fi, f, Teachers have homework toog classes. A lecture course means frantic Mr. Stuckey prepares for his American studies note-taking for history students. Z.-1 Q gf he t 1 ,Cf- T William McCarter Michael Raicevich Ruth Smith Wayne Smith Cecelia Stillman James StuckeY its uu- 1:67 Q. 'vii 1943? 'Se .A vi his ' 1-5 -.4".N'xsTL-1:52555-' uf' 412233 Ronald Backos Nancy Clark Sheldon Freedman Bonnie Holt Edward Langer UNYV Olin Bailey Dale Davison Luise Hanold Albert Judge Martin Reno s-.7 -- James Calvert Daniel Francetic Dean Hawver Patrick Lanese Michael Socash i"'H'Nliiiv Mr. Bailey, Department Chairman. SCIENCE The scraping of chalk over the board, the clinking of glass beakers, burets, and flasks, the staccato clacks of a geiger counter, and the click of dissecting needles are all sounds of learning and exploration. These sounds are part of the atmosphere surrounding the science student, and they become more familiar as he learns more about mitotic cell division, nuclei, the atomic theory, and pro- iectiles. He finds that the atomic mass unit is now based on the carbon-l2 isotope in- stead of the oxygen atom, and he realizes that what he learns is subiect to continuous modification in the future when new ideas arise, for scientific history is a history not of whimsical revolutions but of continued prog- ress towards the truths of nature. Therefore, it is important to build in the student an open and inquiring mind as well as knowledge. New programs, for example the Biological Science Study Committee, Chemical Bond Approach, and Physical Science Study Com- mittee programs, are being developed to accomplish this. So while beakers clink and geiger counters clack, the student learns what is known now and looks forward to new theories and discoveries in science. f. I . .- 0 4 an . AC Sophomores see planfs from an unusual point of view. lNH4,2CfgO7gNHg5 + 13:-'i X , .Q-Q William Starr Dorothy Tombaugh Donald Sfeinbrink Belle Wiggins Ralph Wisniewski 9 - iw XL- X "E" 4 in X ia ' ff f K- QN-.. ,sf , 5,,3, , of i ,- Q 1 ' 'Q gig: , 0: n 9 4 ,,. """" - ,I 4 1 X ,I Vffff , sysx ,ff .. gfigfffabgfph ' 'fn f-1 ' , ' ' ' X -34:1 "' ' QW?" .-'mi W ,ff ..' ,"f.f-45"',fZ ku, -'jf ',-"L,.'fL-4' 'K' . -' 1 ' v- -- -W --I ,.... 1' 1' I Paul Avers Adrian Buerger Carl Clements gy ff . 1' N t . WP? x -N . ' 55 . If A 4--f N .FR L 4 .-'K X L x -'IX 'ex . , , TN- :sf S-I 5 Charles Reno Donald Rinkes Dale Thompson Barrie Wilson Lf Tv James Cliffel Louis Gmeindl 3.1 Margie Gorslene Ronald Lokar Mr. Rinkes: the man with the machine. MATH Mathematics changes by growing. From the seed of a few basic assumptions grows a logical system with complex subtleties. This growth has caused the department of mathematics to institute changes in curriculum and methods. ln order to keep pace with an expanding mathematics, the student is taught topics not investigated in high school until recent years. He learns to use such subjects as sets, number theory, and logic as valuable tools in grasp- ing the complexities of an abstract world. I W SG 5-'x har' V 572' YUX F? Alvin Amster Lillian Barrow Harold Caylor Clayton George Bonnie Goodman Business class becomes automated. 52" - , -:Arn , 1. . .1 , x , R ,..,,., ,- wl- 5, ' .i In -' V ' ' .'5,Qv. :,u. ,.. - 4 u . . 'tM'?3,1'x.,, , 1- 5 - - , of-. , M., me "-' Vx.: ,,., , 'rr-. is , - 5 A f ' ': A 1Jx..l.'- W.. 1 40 4.23 E ',. K lr J A I, 'L Frank Krpicak William Liebal David McKelvey A 'ntl Q .v . 1 . 1 N. F P, I 1 N N x 4c3k,: . 1 :fe :fu Ig , . " ' .A . . , , 1, V f N ' , !ltA 4 ," . f lj 4 1 N5 'ul O Tr N , l Q , NN. lo xl ' :"'f7ffd in A . ,'f.A::Q Q. . 9 " : gf , I ll 1. .E .. ,., ,. 3-J .1 X 5 l Pri' if- ' '1 .1 I. . Q lA.lliS'QgE1ff Edmund Mize Judith Nelson June Phypers Otto Santos BUSINESS Competence is a key word for success in a highly competitive business world. Euclid's new addition to the business department, the distributive education program, teaches the student competence outside the classroom as well as in. Now, business students can gain practical experience in a part- time iob, and on the same day attend classes cover- ing such subiects as sales promotion, retail mer- chandising, and store organization. Cooperation between student, employer and the teacher-coordi- nator helps the student employee discover his weak- nesses and work to improve them. 'C M1 4' 54 I 1-er William Saul Charles Sawyer Wilmer Schuster Delmar Smith Delores Tocco Carol Williams Modern methods enable the individual to progress at his own rate. Mr. Delmar Smith, Department Chairman. Q E., 3 fx . x x xt' ,xi W I i461 Y ?"v Backseat drivers wait their turn. INDUSTRIAL ARTS There is among men a love for building, for constructing something real and tangible from raw materials, for making a well-ordered structure from chaos, for repairing that which is broken. Boys participating in in- dustrial arts find reality and order in blocks of wood, sheets of metal, nails, and lines put on paper in a mechan- ical drawing class. ln the different shops, boards become cabinets, met- al is shaped into furniture, a faulty engine is repaired to run smoothly, and dark letters form words on white paper where there were no words before. Mr. Fred Vollman, Department Chairman. H1 DRIVING Driving is a class which requires continual alert- ness and concentration, one which will not tolerate a wandering mind, a daydream. From memoriza- tion of rules and parts to application of his newly acquired knowledge, the student progresses, condi- tioning his reflexes and learning his capabilities. Ty An-fm l 4, L- ' ' 2 ' i ' Q i-15 Ronald Chambers Harold Daugherty Clarence Eckert Aloysius Galicki Richard Hungerford James Lawrence Robert McLaughlin Embert Martin Herbert Nold James Stanley To the boys in the auto shop, the grease and grime under the hood is more fascinating than the shiny exterior. 5 x Ty Milton Kadlec John Supance Fred Vollman . . His text is his own ideas. A variety of artistic talent was displayed at Open House Gertrude Hoeger Ted Theodore A'- 2 Q s i 2 2 i inf 'Ti' 'l t 'if 't 1 y if iffff. tr t :SLE 55 2 to 52 gigg p tf s ' ART 'lf fl L ? Since the objective of a high school art course in ' is to develop talent and individual expression, the student must be prepared to cope with a different mode of education. His text is his own ideas, his pen a brush, and his material a set of paints. In his work there is relaxation and real interest, he is the force behind the plan, a plan open to change, open to contrast, open to color. .ss ,-41 I 5 nr N - sm 95'S"? J ' f-jsv. 'j 1 2 YS- 'i s""'W'. ' . .H - f- ,-L' r fi ' 'S Kwai ' .1 ,f R -c R s N cY' ' F S 1 Q., :Ili A I v-gl' .43 ' c 1 , ' . ,Q W1 5175355 ' I lg ww 1 Xyy N mf JJ is r-- , ' 515+ if 5 Just practicing. Students prepare one of the many delectable dishes created in the cooking class-apple strudel. 11 2 Home ARTS lt is considered in poor taste for a student to display his "A" English composition by wearing it pinned on his back. This is obvious. However, the home arts student has a unique advantage over the English student, for she can wear, and in good taste, the results of her achievements. Well-made, care- fully fitted clothes are her reward. But this is only her immediate reward, for the home arts student can look forward to establishing her own home, sewing and cooking for her own children, utilizing the expe- rience she has gained in high school. fx vt , - .1 Mrs. Kathryn Frye, Department Chairman. Kathryn Frye Carol Petvai Marion Thomas .kgs 9 2 I ' . lx N Vinita O'Donnell I-' .lulia Smith I i .. A. , ..,,, - -2 , X- .ka Q A Le-K . I H Q? Q? Qjj-r Av' ,, li A ff KJ' F r 1 'al Qu .4 : 5 -rfsffm -- ' - :5cffifR"K'Q!' it-7' 1 M9544 if-ifil: wwf' fwifz-IZMQQU 52219 wi wwzw 27,2 fiffiiliiiiibl Arlene Carter Sandra Driscoll Phyllis Modie Trampoline puts a bounce in school life. -5 Xu E' Robert Addis Charles Asher Donald Mohr Marilyn Reiff Howard Reminick Victor Resch Gretchen Schwegler Edward Tekieli PHYSICAL EDUCATION September brought a return to books and studies, and also to sports and phys. ed. classes. Girls adjusted to their new teachers, and boys underwent regulation, even to new matching shirts, but alternate com- plaints and enthusiasm assured us that otherwise all was normal. As in the past, we twisted ourselves on parallel bars, forgot the rules when the score was l5-14, and afterwards made frantic two-step dashes up the down stairway to another class. ...ff D - ,,- Y -P -3- , , 2' Halleluiah! MUSIC Music breaks the monotony of a routine day. In a music class the student responds differently than in any other class. His response is one of the emo- tions rather than the intellect, feeling instead of reason. Thus, the music class is more than an exer- cise in soundg it is the perceiving of a different mode of expression. Dale Harper Sam Taylor 52" if Mr. Harper guides the orchestra with som advice. e good-natured -Q-in VOCATIONAL COORDINATOR The new position of vocational coordinator, a post created to help students secure part time iobs, was filled by Mr. Robert Yocum. As coordinator, his work is to match the student's abilities with the re- quirements of the iob, thus proving helpful to both employer and employee. ADJUSTED CURRICULUM The Adjusted Curriculum classes help the student with the practical rather than the theoretical side of academics. He is provided with skills adaptable outside the classroom which will be particularly beneficial after graduation. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Fowler, with the cooperation of Mr. Yokum, aid the student in securing a iob which will put to use the knowl- edge he has acquired in class. Frank Fowler Charles Lewis kr" ,u,,..,?,.,:s,,,,Dw'MLM. N N y ,ga A 1 - 4pvff""'x ., W Mr. Yocum, friend of the unemployed. Phillip Koziera operates the office thermo-fax machine, putting to us the skill he acquired in class. 'F 'C lr T -- si W Sr , as-New LIBRARIANS: lL to Mildred Dorr, Mrs. :king his physical, Wig A.. Rl Mrs. Ceil Scheorer, Mrs. Edith Mueller, Mrs. Penny Kodlec, Miss Mary Foncher, Mrs. June McCormack, Mrs. Jessomine Hazel. Mr. George tips the scales for Nurse Kozlowski. lg, z' g Mrs. Helen Wise, Mrs. Yolondo Kozlowski. 1' ' xx 4, N6 v 7 .K .x4l2"i , .l,xx'l.' lf., . , . f fl Ai, Huey-'.,'.e- 'Jai 1-. ffl' -:Lv if 'T' YX ,Q C? Q-'V :rr 3 First Row: QL to Rl Rose Sbrocco lTroglial, Laura Griffith tMainl, June Edwardsen tMillerJ, Madelon Stein fWi leyl. Second Row: Ruth Cickavuge lGriffinl, Ann Herrick lGillmanl, Donna Pintar lHunterl, Marie O'Neil lBergemJ. Third Row: Jane Boyer lSheatsl, Margaret Maaswinkle lYocuml, Margaret Bending tMainl, Lucille Terlep Uohnsl. i 5 i E Mrs. Graafmeyer, everybody's "Mom." E ROOM COORDINATOR Mrs. Graafmeyer earns the nickname "Mom" through her good-natured advice and her interest in the individual student. Her presence contributes to the friendly atmosphere of the E room, making it the most popular spot in the school. SCHOOL TREASURER lsolated from the stream of student activity by a glass partition, Mr. Coatsworth, the school treas- urer, labors with the tremendous task of balancing Euclid's books. Though most students know him only as the man behind a bus pass, his job is fundamental to the working of the school. SECRETARIES To Euclid's secretaries, the students are l.B.M. cards, names on a piece of paper, noise in the halls. To Euclid's students, the secretaries are those women behind desks, files, and typewriters. They represent a part of the school essential for proper function, and a part we scarcely know. Although they are usually busy, they always take time to answer a question, or to help us if they can. Mr. Coatsworth, man of many figures. 1. .ik aft? W., 5 . A. V3.s,Y, 4 . Im -3, .H cbyflm as 2,2 I KITCHEN AND MAINTENANCE STAFF The kitchen and maintenance staff at Euclid are often little recognized for the amount of work they do. Among many other duties, the flag is raised, the walks are shoveled, and the cafeteria is well organized due to their efforts. They are often the first to come and the last to leave, handling the many functional problems of our school. Assistant Jerome Gauser, Floorman Joseph Pollack, Custodian George Brewster. :DI 4 1 . , . . 4. or - MAINTENANCE STAFF. First Row: IL to Rt: Mary Medvesek, Frances Marn, Mary Sedei, Rose Trivisonno, Rose Lavalley, Mary Mahne, Margctreta Lichtenberg. Second Row: Angela Konte, Patricia Clark, Rose Brancelry, Margaret Chaney, Eugenio lacovetta, Anna Geameio, Walter Mills, Rudolph Haffert, Louie DeMore. KITCHEN STAFF. First Row: Il to Rl: Margaret Bitzer, Anne Edkenrode, Jeanette Youngberg, Jean Skalaris, Violet Janitz, Ida Sandberg, Margaret Caine, Katherine Bauer, Helen Chudzik, Mrs. Zimmerman. Second Row: Mary Dondrea, Betty Thomas, Clara Douglass, Mary Bruel, Luella Straka, Mary Pesec, Frances Colbert. . . , V, - , A , V Y ' - W., I' All I I N , . . . 1 5- A V fl' - 1 , Q ' , 5 lv . V I , , ' Y ' V ' gm, s "bf "I, , '13 V' " It ff' . ' - Fi I M' - T 'ij -V .,. -. , F -it I . I 4: 'I 2 ' .-.I 2 .t 6...- . - 1 4 --- M- - - - ' ' -H J - 1 s- " ' - - 'X 6 , . . 'ca , ' ,J ' " " , ff , ' - .' 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As he walks along the vast, prison-like corridor, people dart out at him from the walls and vanish back into them. In his first class his teacher asks, "Are there any questions about the school?" Either timidness or bewilder- ment prevents him from raising his hand. But in time strangeness fades to familiarity. He recognizes his locker by the paper stick- ing out at the top, and by the familiar scratches on it. He has been to the E-Room, bought a season's pass, joined World Affairs, and, in general, established himself as a member of E.H.S. The year ends, another begins. As a junior he returns with new prestige. He finds his assigned locker without difficulty, and he strolls through the hall, certain he can find his destination in the allotted five minutes. At first the changes in the school routine caused by the ten-period day perplex him. But soon, his equilibrium restored, he relaxes in the familiar surroundings, even daring to wander into the halls without a hall pass. He settles into the routine of the school day, and he finds security in the same old lockers, and last year's unmended cracks. -if :yt I ,wx Q. X. 'f . , , A .Qu D -2-2-Q A 5' 33. QR Q' nik D H 'Til L Arfa of fb ig? .L Qi ,, Ni., Q' I Q' QL QV ,af A ff, ' Q ,, . , I fflgk g 3 'ls I Q, 35 The odolescent houses o voriety of contradictory forces. He is o becztnik ond o contormist. His moments of depression regularly alternate with periods of excessive ioy. He is a turbulence of emotions. Ut 3 ...-.4 .IRQ Y 4 . .4 I ' ' f ., ...mfr -I-f ffwu- xx' His love can be both serious and carefree l in-usszn-nuff ,,. 4 .f, 5 . ,,g,.,.'l' J '-a.Q R K, .4 ...ff 1 , 4' ' nz, R51 if ., Q, . .. 'Q W 5 ,,,, ,F ." 1 .f'., . -ww 7' -'kcfxvf S WW' 1 Uv 'Y?"z35-wg: wmv 5 1, af 414 A 5 if A85 UP JE, . x K 'f Wiz, 4' f ,- ' -1111 if ,, 2 :wif ff 4' -- 'FA-',"ff' A , .qfw-P -, ,gg v' gr: 1 V'-11 Q X 1 Q .mlyzv 311 5,511 fl., it W y ., .V ,.h, 1 A A young girl knows sophistication os she dresses for o prom, but the next afternoon ot o picnic she will ploy boseboll ond swing on the swings with complete obondon, ond she'll lough os she ex- cloims thot she hos entered her second childhood. fsx N33 ...M .1...u.mnHnlIHHHIH'H' Y 63 EWSZZI 1 h5 L ' . ' V, t .., ,ww " 1, . .zffsl ,, .N ' ,,,. , -5 ., . qi 5 fs, fn X' K Q' AX 4 1 wr 5 m W y I 1 , . vf 'Qs . . fl , x, Q f'- ,4-' 5'ls-.Alf K N "' , xiii' lv . X v tfiS'E.Q , 'A I iii X ., R V 134 M. R The adolescent is instructed, and he sees a method. By following, he learns to lead. X. 05 fbe fls x fi ' 5 if ,5 , 4 P if 3 'X v W. Q Q ' Mi 51 " , . rw Q 1- x x x Xb W Wig u 5 f.. A N., ,W -:.gq,4 ' - -.-Q33 ff, H I Y l A ' 1 dk if. haul me-0wu..,,.1. S ff' . -1 GJQ' . . .- 1 .. rf' 14 F' x' ' . I' l 'MV , x- i""'?wf"'M- 'C-N '---1-iw-W ..-ww 51, :g3...s'xf 'B 9- 5.5 . V fgw -'-:fa-A x ., .,. . W sq 5 'i up , i Nw...- Que ow 5frengfA fo acceplf WHA 5ereniLL57 Me fAil'Lg5 Maf cemnof Ae CAdl'Lg2J Que 01,5 fA0 COM,l"6Lg8 fo cfnange Me lf!Ling5 Malf can anal Jfmufa! Le Jzczngezzl give 145 wixlom fo cb5fingz4i5A one Acne Me UMW. .fgc!mira! Aarf 67 fn, .--1,s.-.- m- Q -:. ww-,rmwm.wnw.xw, raw' nw.-.-m A-M .1-mfmrsf-au. wmwmwnhvm. ,m.4v..v,, wx 1- - 1' vnu-uv . -2 .,-.N . ' -fm. ' , 1-sag SPORTS As teachers patrolled the halls and lunch periods were divided, only the athlete's realm seemed unaffected by the new order. Yet his world was not without alteration, for it has always been created from a progression of changes. The season opens, and the boys are numbers on a list, inex- perienced, but hopeful. The coaches impose a rigorous program of training. Some boys can take it, others won't. As these individ- uals grow in ability and efficiency, a kind of emotional glue binds them together. Individual importance changes to team impor- tance. A unity is formed from the pressure of a close match, or a strong desire to win. Victory and defeat become common prop- erty, meaningful to all. A successful play onthe part of one mem- ber arouses pride in the others. A block has been formed to meet the opponent, and the acquired skills have become part of a framework designed to score. Friday marks the test, and Euclid becomes aware of the sport. The athlete earns confidence and recognition. He is able to look back and laugh at those first spastic days of training. l 1 3 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. First Row IL to Rl: Manager John Benner, Bill Yanchar, Bill Penny, Bob Symonds, Tom Gilliotti, Jack Reichenbach, Ed Pesec, Joe Urbanick, Jon Schroeter, John Sustersic, Mike Weber. Second Row: Bill Gant, Steve Watson, Bob Coode, Rick Subel, Tom Aliancic, Dennis Matko, Ron Herbst, Keith Bailey, Manager Jim Kane, Ed Fitzgerald, Bob Clasen, Tom Kirchner. Third Row: Gary Riedel, Jim Dadante, Dale Garris, Rick Kadunc, VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid .................... 6 Garfield Heights .... l'4 Euclid ...... ...... l 2 Collinwood ,....,...... 14 Euclid ..,.., ....., l 4 Parma .......,......,.,, 6 Euclid ...... ...... l 4 Cleveland Heights.. 8 Euclid ....,. 8 Shaw .,,.....,.,...,,,,, .14 Euclid ...... ...... 2 O Shaker .... ,.,, 0 Euclid .,.... ...... l 2 Brush ,,.,,,,,., .,,,,, 2 2 Euclid ...... O Valley Forge .... 6 Euclid ...... ...... l 4 Lakewood .. 6 Euclid ...... ............ 0 St. Joseph .. ....., 20 Wins 4 Losses 6 HUM'3liliiH',pQ4f'N 34 SIL 9 3 32 3 f, K I '73 ,ei p 412133 Dale Greggorin, Ed Tekancic, Al Tolchinsky, Randy Ehinger, Dave Benner, Bill Fier, Ken Thomas. Fourth Row: Rick Everstine, Dick Zawack, Jim Hough, Frank Saiovic, Ken Kapley, Ken Girod, Jim Miller, Ed Bugos, Nick Kaczur, Bill Johnson. Fifth Row: Howard Price, Dennis Sustarsic, Bo-b Plescia, Dave Weber, Mike Kekic, Glenn Tewell, Wayne Kukla, Jim Pietro, Terry Morgan. lt takes more than two to keep Schroeter down. QNX, S f K, ke-P. .wp . . , .,,,, ,,,,,,e, me 1- it ui ,.'AQl'1"j ' ., " '. :.z-r. mfr -Hr-u , A '-,fs L - J - x K W ,Q , ,, "Imax ' g Q I -5 ' J . il V-V V .-.,,, -'--sQ3 , eir " Je- .e A- QQ 9 m' ' ' .-1 -ez --f- 5?',ga?fw1 Q-4 QQW s' it ,ff an f-wav , Q - G. ff?-iv-kg'X' . . J.,-11, 3-"r"Q'Z+ . - K, - . 3. .. 'faa .b .fx ...""' v 5.4,-, " 1. ' .,, ,, ,. , 4 ,- ,:- 01 5 -'z V." 'F'-5. 541. U .pf ': . ,rf-2193. -I ' '- .11-"gg, ,H-4,2-. ..L. 'r',,,-ai . as ., ll.-." '. . fini.-f,,"4' .- .p,.. 1-.-',, 4 q,,. x I. . " mv, 'M' 1' kiln 'tv ' ' 11- LJ... "'.. S 'L 0244- , 'ffl' 1 -'- 'F' ,, , ,,.,,, ff, . ,. ,. .- k., .rdf . ... ... A, ,. - 'J . - -- . A . ' . . ' -- . A -,, L.. A .. - , X, ,Ag W 1- .,,-.- A , fc.-,.. 4, ,,.,. . ,A ,L . 4- . .A , .e .. f X ...Ley :. , 'fax--' 'I+ '45 , fr ef' wsfw-Vg'-aw .,,,,. - '-4-.'-4.4. - ,L .-. . -., .- .. . "- ' .,. ' KV..-ff .av ,, Q ,. V- , . - - 4' ff Q it ,Q .5 :.- -- -,.-43,9 I - -:Z V- i - M. - .ASV Li ', A Bird's eye view of cr down-to-earth practice. Coach Gulicki, Coach Asher, Co-captain Joe Urbunick, Coach Mohr, Co-.optoin Tom Gilliotti, Couch Tekieli, Couch Kadlec. we, If 61 x 72 FOOTBALL Football: set laws on determined faces, massive crowds overflowing the grandstands, mud-dirty uni- forms, couples snuggling under blankets to keep warm. Two teams, bound in tense inaction, await the snap to the quarterback: Hike! A static picture explodes in the kaleidoscopic action of a complex play. Football: a cheer, a girl crying. lt effects people magically, it is a tenseness, an enthusiasm. We spell it S-P-I-R-I-T. 4. if "!"f'x.:' " gs: .-'WW Wx, ., wp, as ' ,Q ' ,, , .Y , . V ' .3..:S.,. x Ng., .. X ,xg K Ni S A +5-.. V. ,x 3' Ja' .. I si. :. . .'F :X , adv - . - -wg, H5 sky V. - 4 . 'Q ,U - ' -- flxslvki - vu' kim .KM f it :gf nan -:nn an- -X--gn.-f un. R? " 5 ,,,x. , -Q - Vo' E - mx 5 gi, T' V ' : Got It! Everybody falls for Schroefer Football puts man against man. Individual as well as team ability is tested. A ten-gallon hat "Under Western Skies." Clap your hands! Splash your feet! Euclid, Euclid, can't be beat! -vwfiwwqql-.f'fe-Nt"-'f' q,,,.n- .tm 4 . Carrying the ball is a dangerous occupation 3 V n l SUBSTITUTE MAJORETTES. KL to Rl: Cindy Shields, Cindy Reba, Marie Ruth, Kathy Tyler, Kim Hashagen, Janie Schulte. MAJORETTES. First Row U. to Rl: Mary Ann Minnillo, Karen Skalski, Jan Smeker, Nancy Yeray, Jaan Pureber, Char Ritz, Second Row: Karen Henderson, Diane Day, Head Maiorettes Donna Kobe and Bobbie Skeivis, Norma Smith, Jane Stahl. MAJORETTES Maiorettes once took a gamble, and won. Eighteen girls risked many hours of practice without the assur- ance of achieving their goal, a place on the maiorette squad. But their work was rewarded. As they led the band in visual harmony, theirs was the praise of the entire school. They had become the envy and the inspira- tion of many underclass girls who hoped to follow their footsteps in the year to come. J. V. FOOTBALL lt's tough to be a J. V. Kitten. The endurance of rugged practice and rigid training rules are rewarded with little recognition by the student body. But the Kitten doesn't expect recog- nition. He knows his iob is primarily one of preparation for a future which holds the hope of a more glittering role as the varsity player. Fight the team across the field. up S' szhivilawnhi Q? arg, - fm: A - .JA 5. - .V A.. : , . .AL f J. V. CHEERLEADERS. First Row: Darlene Gorlz. Second Row: CL to Rl Sandy Schwaba Mary Ellen Kucharski. Third Row: Marsha Hodakievic, Jill Haddock, Cecilia Rinaldi. 'J.v. FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid ...... 6 Garfield Heights .... 30 Euclid ...... 8 Wickliffe ..,........,.. 0 Euclid ...... l4 Sf. Joseph ...,3O Euclid ...... 20 Porma .......,..,......, 26 Euclid ...... l4 Cleveland Heights 24 Euclid ...... 24 Shaw ................,, l6 Euclid ...... 16 Shaker ....l2 Euclid ...... 12 Brush ........... .. O Euclid ...... O Valley Forge ...,..i. 24 Euclid ...... l2 Lakewood ........ ,. 6 Wins 5 Losses 5 Ref Wiley JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. Firsl Row: lL lo Rl Dave Holcombe, John Gadish, Bruce Murray, Glen Tewell, Joe Nemelh, Preston Suminguf, Jim Lewis, Jim Beran. Second Row: Frank Simcic, Al Olgiate, Paul Beckwilh, Rollin Yanchar, Dan Hoffman, Wayne Slorkey, Bill Cathcart, Craig Voll. Third Row: Richard Novak, Dale Garris, Guy Iarussi, Mike Corrigan, Gordon .1 , is H T K ,, ,,:, qdgkm, EJ Q' "A, x ff l we Denny Marko wouldn't try to influence voters, or would he? 5enl0fS lflke G S0lemn bfeGk f0f refresl THE HOMECOMlNG COURT ON DISPLAY. lL fo Rl: Ted Goble, Bill Beecham, Belly Johnson, Sue Anderson, Barb Tercek, Connie Keller, Penny Wolf, Mcirfhcx Lyborger, Rick Creveling, Larry Stapleton, Greg Done. ments ol their lcusl Euclid Homecoming. ,PW A Nominees await school's decision. B A .1' 'J .3 - ,. .gf 4 t 0. we 5 X., "., . 0 V . 8 .' ,S .. , . W, - ,,, . .J AY Q, , N ggi' ,xv AL ' K 1 ,. 1 g A 2 4 i g 53.4 s. , QQ., . 4 1 . - ' -z' r . I R, X la 155 1 Euclid's first homecoming by daylight lost none of the tradition. i 'Q -' " . , 2 .,., ,.. XNQW' f , "lf 3- M V' QA , " -1 , i , 4 r ,..,. .. M,-,,.2, ss. ,- W :- A9 WX 'T-f"'! s 1 s : b,--s',,-17.-fi:-Mg .-. ' x ztsg."':c, ,, HOMECOMING Preparation for Homecoming involved more than cornering that special person for a date. From the beginning of September, boys curtailed their reck- less spending, and girls eyed dress displays, hoping. Finally it was "the weekend." Rising flames of Friday's bonfire kindled the already high spirits and on Saturday afternoon, in an explosion of cheers, the Panthers struggled with the Shaker Raiders. Soon the victory bell pealed loudly across the field, and girls hurried to keep appointments with their hairdressers. That night, couples danced among cacti, and the queen on a ranch-type throne reigned "Under Western Skies." 9 .-F ' "ffs'fy?'fi 'H-Q , rust' sw. 'wwffffaei' -f-L:s.Q,st-a 83 fi g ,Vg , s i ef:-5 1. ' r x' :Nw :Q ity A: Q 4....,f"ll'3' Connie Keller, Homecoming Queen, 1963. 1'- 'ffx 5 ,,-wtf Sue Anderson, First Senior Attendant. Penny Wolf, Second Senior Attendant. BeffYJ0l'1Y1S0l1, Junior Affendcmf- Martha Lybarger, Sophomore Attendant X 72. I C!! ...., few' .V "YH Bicycling in the air precedes.. . CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. First Row QL to Rl: Woyne Gould, Bruce King, Bob Radwanick, Jim Lepperl, Terry Fritch, Ted Gasser, Tom Halbedel, Ken Lucci, Al Tolway, Al Paolo. Second Row: Ray Sweigert, Rich Almasy, Don Klonn, Tony Rossi, Jerry Kish, Tony Lacofono, Dave Lorence, Tom Schultheis, Dove McKee, Jim Struna, Tom Wickizer, Don Disantis, Bob Warren, Larry Fronko, Greg Goodyear. Third Row: Ken Mance, Ron Disantis, Bill Bailey, Chris Pinkney, Jim Turpin: Don Lucci, Darrel Trebec, Dave Libmon, lorry Wright, ll 'W .. 1 ., 'WT ' Y ' 3QQ,iQf.1fQ?fi Ye. . A vamsx c ua ' x .ok lx . . . .. . Ag' -Nm ,. Q .. .. mi ..,,!i,i.,i ,M , .wi tn " 1 we I ' ' --rr , - J . . '- . I f W, 1,Q.rc,.,.,.mw:- ' ' i C4 -.BSN I ' - ,...- m y .f"! . . . down-to-earth practice. Rich Collins, Jeff Kish, Rich Lewis, Jim Blankschaen. Fourth Row: Rick Peterson, Al Strohen, Don Medved, John Lamb, Ron Zimmerman, Mike Kopach, Dave Swaddel, Ed Zawock, Bill Hagstrand, Bruce Jones, Jim Ullestad, Don Hathaway, Jim Pietro. Fifth Row: Roger Brezec, Rich Graham, Tom Barnhort, Bob Lucci, Ken Kapley, Bill Renninger, Ray Frank, Den Cebul, Jeff Fryer, John Palmer, Dave Kral, John Doherty. 9: U U :F gucun g,iw.5 . '. ,,. fl ' r 8 Va W3 T x bw" 4' X ,X 41:1 Kttfl 'Ei filil 'll H6 1 lil ri 'I nd 'rig .325 ni lg,' 'I fi ti . N l pu- D--" M4 Euclid ...... CROSS COUNTRY SCORES Euclid .......,................ 20 Parma ,..,.....4.,.,,,,,., 40 ........2l West Tech. ..........,.'ll9 St. Joe ................,,,. 52 Euclid ...... East Lake North ........ 58 ........l8 Cleveland Heights... 40 Euclid ....... ........ l 5 Shaw ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Euclid ....... ........ l 5 Shaker ..,. 48 Euclid ....... ...,..,. 3 3 Brush ...,..,,,,,,,, ,.,,, 2 2 Euclid ....... ......A. 2 8 Valley Forge ,,,,,,,,,, 27 Euclid ....... ........ 2 6 Lakewood ,,,,,, ,,,,- 3 O plain Ted Glasser, couch Theodore. 5 J is ii' KUQYLQ Q Exhciustion completes the race. CROSS COUNTRY The air is heavy with tension and a smell ot wintergreen. Suddenly a shot echoes, and the runners are transformed. They no longer seem solid and bound to the cinders. Di- mensionless proiectiles of momentum stretch on snake-like ribbons between the trees. Then the spell is broken. Human strength had been pushed to super-human limits. Gasping, ex- hausted, the lead man crosses the line. w. "" iii-lfil. TRACK. First Row lL to Rl: Bruce Jones, Dave Vrh, Rich Lakatosh, Roger Brezec, Ted Gasser, Tony Iacofano, Chris Pinkney, Jim Dadante, Larry Franko. Second Row: Wayne Gould, Joe Slih, Bob Gale, Ron Sarsledt, John Horton, Jim Miller, Calvin Packard, Tom Barnhart. Third Row: Bob Lucci, Bill Renninger, Ed Zovack, Ken Kapley, Jim Blankschaen, Don Lucci, Jeff Kish, Greg Pike. Fourth Row: Tim Ullom, Bob Warren, Jim Struna, Bruce King, Dan Hoffman, Rich Kaczur, Dave Lorence. Fifth Row: Tom Halbedel, Don Medved, Larry Wright, Tom Jacavino, Captain Bill Bailey, Greg Goodyear. l'll hutf and l'll puff. .. TRACK Run, Bill, run. Run fast, Bill. See Bill run. Jump up, Bob. See Bob jump. Jump, iump, lump. See John. John works hard. See John put the shot. Put, put, put. With such simple formulas as these and hours ot gruel- J' ing practice, Euclid's track team won, and won, and won. cut ec 'of- Euclid ...... Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid TRACK SCORES 45 65 44-U2 33-2X3 84-V3 51-U3 65-U2 85 56 72-V6 St. Joseph ..,.A,...A 42 Glenville ............ 27 John Marshall 51-l f2 East Tech .......... 58-'l X3 Midpark ............ 7-2X3 Collinwood ........ 40-2f3 Valley Forge ...... 26-l X2 Benedictine ........ 7 East Tech .......... 36 Shaker ...........,.. T9-5f6 Season incomplete at time of printing. t I could really make time if I didn't have to drag my kid b,-ofher qlong. When feet come in handy .PS KETBALL. IL to Rl: Rick Creveling, John Komocar, Al Yacas, Jerry Gustie, Rick Everstine, Bob Coode, S R k ll L y L g T B I h R dy Ehinger, Ron M k T Th Tom Ock T y F t h R g Sp h TTI OC we , EDIT CFI E, Om eI'l'1O I', an er r i. Creveling in a familiar pose. UYIZZI, eff VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid .,.......... 53 Garfield Heights ............ 46 Euclid .,.......... 56 Shaw ..........,.......... ...... 5 3 Euclid .........,.. 55 Parma .....A.......... ...... 5 7 Euclid ............ 43 Lakewood ...... ...... 6 2 Euclid ............ 48 Heights ....... ...... 4 3 Euclid ............ 64 Shaker ............. ...... 7 4 Euclid ............ 50 St. Joseph ....... ...... 5 9 Euclid ............ 41 Brush ............... . ...... 53 Euclid ............ 42 Valley Forge ...... ...... 4 7 Euclid ............ 66 Akron-Garfield ..... ...... l O2 Euclid ............ 63 Valley Forge ...... ...... 5 2 Euclid ............ 45 Shaw ............... ...... 4 6 Euclid ............ 54 Parma ............. ...... 5 6 Euclid ...,........ 65 Lakewood ....... ...... 7 8 Euclid ............ 5'l Heights ....... ...... 3 9 Euclid .........,,. 52 Shaker ......... ...... 5 I Euclid ..........., 44 Newark ....... ...... 4 8 Euclid ............ 50 Brush .................. ...... 5 8 Euclid Euclid Euclid Wins 6 Losses I2 Sectional Tournaments Kenston 29 Eastlake North 38 East High 75 J TI Couch Dougherty, Caplain Rick Creveling, Coach Wisniewski. BASKETBALL For every sport, a new life begins with each season. A sport does not live entirely in the playing of the game. However, each contest is an important event in its life, an event that provokes ioy, sadness, or shame. The Panthers' '64 basketball sea- son was born optimistically under the sign of victory. However, this victory over Shaw was not a trustworthy omen, for defeat followed closely. Despite Rick Creveling's outstanding performance, including his record- breaking 49 points against Kenston, and the team's victory in their first two games in District competition, Euclid's basketball season ended its life in defeat. With a record of eight wins and thirteen losses, basketball went into dormancy at Euclid. Per- haps, when it begins life again, more consistently favorable fortune will ac- company it. NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. First Row IL to Rl: Tom Halbedel, Chris Pinkney, Bill Beacham, Rick Karash. Second Row: Jack Ambrose, Bill Renninger, George Martinsen, Bob Usalis, Rich Collins. Third Row: Tom Gilliotli, Joe Urbanick, John Horton, Hans Pesch, Jim Blankschaen, Mr. Schuster. Not pictured: Rick Creveling, Greg Dane, Dave Garland, Jim Leppert, Jim Martucci, Dennis Thayer, Craig Vernick. x. rq- ,rii 47 f Now all if hos to do is go through the hoop. I wonder if we'II win, Mocks? Gee, I wish I could shoot lik i w". e that I J 4 w QQ 9 4 WG. bwil .,1,. a-1-,-,gs-,, , , , . 1, f- . X.,- i-jrftf ' 'ss 9 fn 5 z XM S if 34 Q .X .fs 4 -5 s- , ...N Qxlpxv -s, , Q Q Q L, -vi' 94 F ,I ...fa , ,,...a-- Crevehng c Q I s rise to the occasion Bernlohr fries for two. Euclid faces rugged competition CIgGif'1STEC1Sf .QW- V lx - -V Q. ,gi QQ.-i fai ls 3 , S. 3 f is ..ss.r33 Co-Captain Penny Wolf CHEERLEADERS Summer evenings are hot, long and linger- ing. The park on a summer evening brings the sound of a small white tennis ball against ci large green board and animated shouts of an over-crowded basketball court. Sum- mer evenings mean pony league games, sail- boats in the pond, and a tired group of swimmers. Euclid High is a part ofthe scen- ery, and behind its large frame, away from the general activity, more sounds can be heard. They are voices that shout, "Blue and Gold" and "Victory is our cry." They are cheerleaders and girls hoping to become cheerleaders. They are winter's spirit in summer practice and a part of the Panther pride. Originating as sound in the park, the voices grow stronger as the various sports come alive and ability is challenged. Synchronized spirit. Co-Captain Connie Keller . !.xlf ' . H ,I I A sh, yi :N Ak 6, A 1 ' . if x 5, N x X. :I rf X, ' YL: , J, ' -, fr . xi .f-A 1 ? , ff. r.. 4 . 1 , X Q ' V fglzfgg ' L-MJ-J.,-ggi, ,,,.J.Y'- 'Tqgf ' l, xx ni ' " V N If .'T c asa! l 2 A .l T? x. "'.. 3 I2 1 hz 'w . n fn. I -.. 'fit v,'5 I fv- Llnda Fox Marian Hunt -,... f -L V7 15 Cagers overcome human hurdles. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ln the shade cast by the popularity of the varsity team, the J.V. basket- ball team sprouted and grew in the absence ot roaring cheers and the gaze of huge crowds. Great recog- nition is not necessary for sturdy de- velopment and quality, a tact proved by the J.V. team's record-ten wins and eight losses. J.V. CHEERLEADERS. lL to Rl: Darlene Gorlz, Sharon Tharp, Cecilia Rinaldi, Marsha Hodakievic Jill Haddock, Barb Bohinc. Coach Tekieli, Captain Jim Lewis. gi. 'fi v xy' 24 22 40 52 3 20 L52 ,k ,714 Q 12, 2, in l"P'1? .l.V. BASKETBALL, IL to Rl: George Vranekovic, Gordon Kimberly, Steve D tl ff, Dennis Leland, Mike Corrigan, Jeff Howinski, Ron Schroeder, Glenn Forsythe, Don Woodruff Roll Yanchar, Jim Lewis John McRedmond, Preston Suminguit. When all the eyes are on the ball . . . Euclid ....,... 47 Euclid ........ 30 Y X? Tix J.V. BASKETBALL SCORES Garfield Heights . Shaw ................. Euclid ...,.... 39 Parma .,........... . Euclid .......c 52 Lakewood ....... . Euclid .....,.. 45 Heights ........ . Euclid ....,... 42 Shaker .....,.. . Euclid ......,. 46 St. Joseph ....... . Euclid ........ 57 Brush ......,.......... Euclid ........ 64 Akron-Garfield Euclid ........ 4l Valley Forge ..,.... Euclid ....,... 42 Shaw .......... . Euclid ....,... 47 Parma ........ . Euclid ........ 47 Lakewood ..,.... . Euclid ........ 53 Heights ..... Euclid ........ 52 Shaker ..,.. . Euclid .,...... 54 Euclid ........ 43 Euclid ......A. 46 Newark ...,.. Brush .....,.,,.... Valley Forge ....... Wins 10 Losses 8 00 :pr 54, BOWLING There are ten pins at the end of a bowling alley. A beginner's skill at knocking down these pins can be attributed to luck for he achieves strikes and gutter balls, one right after the other. For the pro- ficient bowler, strikes are not a matter of luck, and gutter balls are not easily endured. The perfect frame must come frequently if the opponent is to be defeated. Quick reflexes guide a steady racket. BOWLING TEAM, Back IL to Rl: Marty Zifko, Gary Love, Ted Bending. Front: Joe lvanko, Ken Coleman, Tom Pllckerl. TENNIS SCORES Euclid .,.... .....,, I Parma ,,,,,............... ....,.. 4 Euclid ...... ....... I Cleveland Heights ............ 4 Euclid ...... ....... 3 Shaw ................... ....... 2 Euclid .,.... .,,.... 3 Shaker ,,,,.. ....... 2 Euclid ...... ....... 3 Brush ................ ....... 2 Euclid ...... ....... I Valley Forge ....... ....... 4 Euclid ................ 4 Lakewood ..... ....... I Third Place in L.E.L. Wins 4 Losses 3 TENNIS A tennis court appears small until, within its bounds, one has the traumatic experience of chasing after a little white ball. Only then can proper respect be given to the tennis team whose members have conquered both the size of the court and the elusive ball. Although admiration for their skill and for the hours they spend in practice is highly deserved, the team itself was disappointed with the results of the 1963 fall season. They finished third in the L.E.L. with a record of four wins and three losses. Coach Nold felt that the team had great potential which was not realized, and he looked forward to a more promising spring season. BOWLING AVERAGES T Joe lvonko ..............,......... 183 Tom Plickert .... ..v.. 1 76 Ted Bending .. .,... 165 Marty Zifko ..... ..... 1 65 1 Ken Coleman ..... ..... 1 63 John Scis ...... ..... 1 60 Gary Love .... ..... 1 59 lt looks like a strike! TENNIS TEAM. Firsl Row IL lo Rl: Mike Vondeveer, Bob Greene, John Crawford, Bob Nakoii, Bill Vadnul. Second Row: Ed Racich, Al Smith, Ken Rosenlhal, Ken Vundeveer, Fred Mills, Couch Nold. Third Row: Alcan Yacos, Glenn Forsythe, Dove Garland, Dennis Lefond, Rick Creveling, George Martinsen. C 0554, l - 'fi , :fe 3 an 14, mf f ' 'ev .. . ,gf fww - "Q 4 ng 'Sx2.' xf:"' ' , af ,Q X N .ig S U., 'L ' ' i .wx 02 VARSITY WRESTLING. Firsl Row lL to Rl: Bob Wicks, Bob Molinak, Don DiScmlis, Tom Wickizer, Jeff Fryer, Bob Minor. Second Row. Ken Monce, Dennis Thayer, Curl Jerneicic, Jim Mortucci, Ron Karush, Bill Cuth- curf, Robert Rodwanick. Third Row- John Sustersic, Joe Selina, Hans Pesch, John Werlenberger, Ron Hrovcil, Jim Campbell. Fourih Row: Ted Knop, Bob Closen, Joe Nemelh, Bill Ycnchcr, Mike Lavigne, Al Tolchinsky, Grant Leeper,Jc1ck Ambrose. Up and over from down and under. L. 5 I Co-Captain Dennis Thayer, Coach Eckert, Co-Captain John Sustersic. WRESTLING Wrestling is a very rewarding sport for well- muscled and coordinated physics students, for a sound body and a healthy knowledge of the laws of leverage and their applications in this field postu- lates almost certain victory. Unfortunately, Euclid's team of mat scientists accumulated a sufficient amount of experimental error to place them third in L.E.L. competition, but, this error corrected, the team completed its season as District Champions. VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Euclid ....,... 27 Garfield Heights .,...... I2 Euclid ......,. 33 Berea ........................ 6 Euclid ........ 34 Eastlake North .......... 8 Euclid ........ 22 Huron ,..........,.. .,..... I 4 Euclid ........ 30 Brush .....,........ ....... I I Euclid ........ I9 Valley Forge ............ 22 Euclid ........ 32 Shaw .............. .... 9 Euclid ........ 30 Lakewood .,... .... 7 Euclid ........ 24 Heights ...... ....... I 5 Euclid ........ I7 Shaker ...... ....... I 8 Euclid ........ 25 Mayfield ....... ....... I 2 Euclid ........ 31 Parma ............ .... 3 Wins IO Losses 2 10 sq, wa' tw is-.. sigzy . Q I , . N56 4 :1 9 -': - i . . .31 "tg: .33-6 , ,. -xt - w-:,,sgE?.1: f 1 'ASS Q' -1, ' ' 1 gsm, e 3. Yo l ,1 "J 4. .v .s 5, Y . Q W SFFHW 'il n I F3 -f . ,V W ,4W , w f f,,..', 'NZM ,f.J11F1i' .Liu if .wb '-wen. ' , , iff ' 5337 " Lg' -1.53-":o'v5-wngf' .. -' J.V. WRESTUNG SCORES Euclid ........ 29 Euclid ........ 31 Euclid ........ 32 Euclid ........ l9 Euclid v....... 28 Euclid ........ 26 Euclid ......,. 39 Euclid ........ 22 Euclid .v...... 27 Euclid ........ l l Euclid ........ 34 Garfield Heights Eastlake North ...... Brush .................... Valley Forge .....,.... Shaw .................... Lakewood ....,......... Heights ........ Shaker ........ .,..... Mayfield ...... .....,. Parma .,... ....... Huron .......... Wins 9 Losses l O. K., I'Il say Uncle! Ties l ,ff Each boy wrestles every match as though it were his own 6 1 6 6 J lv J.V. WRESTLING A J.V. wrestler is a rather unusual kitten. Although he follows in the varsity shadow of a Panther, he is nonetheless ferocious and deter- mined. He learns from watching, and by combining both body and mind for quick, forceful action, he prepares and conditions his skill. The J.V. mat, although it is second place to the spectator, is often the scene of stam- ina rewarded with a triumphant pin. ,Qf 'V I aff' A ii M E R MH Y NNN no uw' fx f-4.4 l xv, " Y VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM. First Row IL to Rl: George Carter, Tom Brennan, Ken Miller, Craig Vernick, Gary Zola. Second Row: Ernie Szabo, Bob Nakaii, Tony Roberts, Ken Vandeveer, John Kovach. Third Row: Chuck Andrus, Neal Wade, Jim Sanker, Mike Vandeveer, Bill Sweeney, Ted Goble. The relay: One of EUCIICIIS CISSEIS. Sitting: Co-Captain Tom Brennan. Standing: Co-Captain Ted Goble .Q I 08 Ku N 1- Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES Euclid ............ 4l Euclid ............ 40 Euclid .........m.. 53 Euclid ...,........ 50 Euclid ............ 45 Euclid ............ 28 Euclid ............ 66 Euclid ........,... 4l Euclid ............ 4l Euclid Euclid ............ 36 Euclid ..........., 44 Euclid ............ 41 Euclid Euclid Euclid Wins 5 Heights .. Lakewood Gilmour.. University Berea .... Shaker .. Brush ...... Shaw ....,. Heights .. W.R.A. .. Lakewood Midpark Shaker .. Brush ,... Shaw ...... Fairview Losses I I Euclid Relays 4th Kent Relays 7th Pre-competition iitters. VARSITY SWIMMING Skimming across the Caerulean deep of the swimming pool, Euclid's Leanders splashed their way to a 5-ll record. Neither a deus ex ma- china nor the will of the implacable Fates was responsible for their vic- tory. Rather, confidence and skill, gained from many hours of training, plus a bit of team spirit proved their worth in races won and near-perfect dives. ., x 9 E v i i Up... and under. OVSI' F I X. . ' , Q, . ,. . . I 1 I' " I 07 I I I . - I I "I wonder how cold the water is?" J.V. SWIMMING SCORES Euclid Euclid ............ 20 Euclid ............ I6 Euclid Euclid.. Euclid Euclid Euclid.. Euclid Euclid Euclid. Euclid Euclid ............ 29 Wins 2 Heights ., Lakewood Berea .... Shaker .. Brush .... Shaw ..,..s Heights .. W.R.A. .. Lakewood Midpark Shaker .. Shaw .... Fairview Losses I I JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING Junior Varsity Swimming is the pre- lude to the coming years of keen com- petition. The many hours ot drill bring about increased coordination and endurance. A dive is perfected, a stroke is strengthened, a turn is smoothed, stamina is increased . . . J.V. SWIMMING. First Row IL to RI: Dennis Sutton, Edward Mauser, Walter Ruuska, Joh McKiernan, Larry Cotton. Second Row: William Kentner, Ronald Poles, Todd Winder, Raymond Preztak, Dennis Milavec. are-1 2 CCT? Char Ritz, First Senior Attendant. Jane Stahl, Junior Attendant. QS? E' 'iw gl: ... 1 I I Sandy Williams, Second Senior Attendant Pat Friedman, Sophomore Attendant. be 'QA-W. 3 dx mx XL 11 KA I X SH: " , , A , , '57 4 Q' lf .4 up I' A 5' - 'Y x 5 x sqgxqgg-Q-' , XT-.i3X'x"1f. X . X N x . X f X654 xg A X -Q lim Hoshagen, Winter Festival Queen, 1964. sytf f , . f?74'fwfQg Mr ff f Q5 Mjuii x 3:4 , Q X V .- Mg, . , A - .xii t. ' I , , "JS," , , 1:1-Ax X '- wo, Tiyvgff ? 'wgqm X V ,., f. - 2. i 5, ' , N ,Qj .- , , 1 , ns, q i .W 5' -41.2.-e,gw'f af5:f+f, fx.. ,-1, 4 M' in ii, 15 114 -1: 'N , f22:11:51"Z,,,5w'?sI.f' 'M " ' , .- 1 '-"'f5S-xwk , A ,, ,- ,- ff' ,W a n A ,, , . kiwi-.Q.f.,1A.,x . l . f -' .J '- wg-2 . f ' JJ" - ,,,, ,, A A' ' 5 lk, M, ' N .,A.. 'XX ' v Q- . - . ..,.,..V,2g,,+m., , , U - - 'wiw A me ' " -- ., V H1--X i 7, 1 ' ,f.-1. . i 4 - Q 41.-.i'!,2,':.,?:1,QfI,ff:.gZ1,Q!!.y-.viz--y ' Q ,. Q, , V ,V ,,-V,,,v. , .. , I .,,.,,.. ..-11..lf..,x 1, .. -..Q,,.,,,.,...+ ,f Q in 4 .A-yi V 3' ,gg V , -rv 'sqm-X-.,.q..,...,..t,' V .4-,..f.1-y -4.....g. L.. -. ,.,,..,.,,.5,4, 'f 2' 5 ""'-'-'-'Mr-z' wr .4 ' -4-4.gfM-:,x--fr-A-'n-.4,f+- . ,-e.wA-q- X 3 fm 7 -'P 5.1.3. Wm 4' - V. ,wjnmrf-.kL.L,: 5.2.-tiki, . , it . . '. - - fx " .f..v.v.5Y.,,. 41. ,43z:.!.f., If .1 ,- A Q Q ,iF . . V., . 'H , fl I r fu. Every cnifc! groom in Aid own loaffern ana! af nigi own mfe anal everyone id czlmrenlf- fA6llf3 wnaf rnaAe5 145 inokuiczlnag. - gzanor mefneng 1 I 3 -'Q ACTIVITIES The characteristics of the different species of club members are diverse and interesting. Some run wildly through the halls, slapping posters on the walls, some pass out spirit, some are quiet and thoughtful, some are bored. Others make loud noises and giggle, a few clack on typewriters for money. Some sit and listen, while many give helpful advice. One makes speeches, a few prepare programs for computers. Some of the more well- rounded club participants have many of these characteristics. For instance, after sitting quietly listening, one member collects money, debates, develops pictures, makes noises, giggles, and plays chess. These diverse activities promote diverse interests, and Euclid High boasts an extra-curricular activities program which covers almost every field of student interest. These clubs represent the "other half" of school life and offer a pleasant ending to a reg- ulated daily schedule. This year the student has been confronted with new oppor- tunities and difficulties. The advent of the Ski Club, the Political Affairs Club, and the Varsity Bowl Team has permitted him even more versatility, but the split schedule conversely has hindered his club activity. In some cases, club membership decreased, and it was realized that, more than ever before, activities required interesting programs and wide-spread publicity for success. In spite of the problems the new year brought, students did not cease to participate in this other side of E.H.S. As always, they hurried to meet deadlines, gave hours for various causes, and made friends through common interests. - - 117 .LA JK :A i I I-Eh li Flin 4, X I It .. irglfu .N 'I I 'n 4 illlll II Q .1 'li lllpi'l,,,u fl V l 4 1 I I i ' I r ll1 ll 1 ll ll -. in : i pe af 11 1 1 I I it ,I , iii! , so , A Q52 he 2,23 to f P2 ff fi ' if iffy, V, we :rig deff ., '- yn sv? if " V-I' 1-Qysil ' "6 2 H: . 4, ' 5-v 'Q .gli Ziawx .ff""" "M4 ' -- l 'ff ' 1 E-ROOM Our E-Room was built six years ago, and still remains as beautiful as it was in the beginning. A deserted E-Room is an uncommon sight to Eu- clid High students, but it effectively displays the room's size and spa- ciousness. rug. . -4 ' Q-wr JJ, ' Lqvgg.. - 13 -,-,.,T. . . N 1, 1, . , -.A. Aw, '- '? xg . ,L '. S .- eg ' . . we ' X X I-11. 1, ' N .. 0 4 , . ,W U QT, 'f?4:lS"Tf'g ff, 3f'9: , , - : . X1 , 1 sh- frxxix ' Q. 'T A - N fl V 5, .r' 'j ,I 35 x . 5-A I ,I '1t.Jm- , .y Q .-1 llvglfl ,i U. 4, ll Ir!! In I.: 'fin' n1nxlf4x I 'n an U ,J 7 gf 15 'I u L v r 1: lf o O M ' ,L Md, Q---' ,a 1 9 u v -0 'X as W. 1 vm eg. -, . v. Zu"-ffufe' gy N b A an I li '-ef:n,"f-s'3n'f'l:?4 . -1 Q . . ug. 4. an E 1 ?'vQQ:'- x.,x3 qu '54 f Q 0 E-ROOM As the center of Euclid's social life, the E-Room holds for many the re- membrance of happiness as well as sorrow. Here is the setting of some of high school's fondest memories, a first homecoming, the Senior Prom, a coke after school. Here, also, many remember the sorrow felt in a dis- illusioning date, or an evening when that special person showed up with someone else. But for more than all these things, the E-Room is remem- bered by the alumni as the friendliest place in the school. Last-minute crammers. l 1 i S K .-I .2 Q. M, "nm, No, Dr. Bergem, my son wouldn't do anything like that! .llisssxsss This is for the boys in the front office gw l fi 'nfl r-4 " i gs! it I ff" ,. - "f1aEF5'i7i' t ,. - - ,A :Qt 1 -A . -Y sr- gr X I 9' X 12' :ii ll G Q- '- X They say the Indians got ruin this way. That distinguished E-Room styie, 2 John Lehr A4 ,Af "K-1 Barb Mills Chuck Hurwilch Donna Woferwosh Mr. Don Eisen Carol Peterson HAIL THE MIGHTY AND GLORIOUS EUCLIDIAN. Jon Howell L gb fl, Yr, ,V 1.1 A Rich Courtney lv Gail Gulbenkion Molly Lowry gl -sz Ml- , ' My ,, ' ' l , l rl'l f ' A Ag x X jig: w is I l we ff' ! I 2' Rickie Hurlburf BX Vicki Regolbufo Sharon Evans Marge Reynolds Debbie Brown Gayle Wilson Ron Surlz Sonia Skrli Dani DiBic1sio Q-"P Bobbie Rochkor Alison August i - f -ff? , l R Y -. ...xhin . K iq- 12 1"w- Q.: T' JE Sandy Williams EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Most high school students use money chiefly as a pass Through the lunch line or the means for a Satur- day night date. This was not the case for Eucliclian Business Staff members because theirs was the responsibility of financing one of the biggest busi- ness transactions in the school. They collected money from students, worked at the concessions stands, handled underclass pictures, and sold ads in the community. The staff mem- bers gained practical experience in the business world, while the school received a yearbook of quality. Linda Miller Tom Walters AD STAFF. First Row lL to Rl: Char Ritz, Laura Wittine, Linda Miller. Second Row: Paul Bright, Judy Strausbaugh, Kathy Ulle, Sue Stanley. Third Row: Henry Spolar, Dan Bentley, Judy Urankar. Fcurth Row: Tom Walters, Ted Goble, Doug Demian. Fifth Row: Rich Creveling, Greg Dane. as rx Michele Breskvar 24 Judy Frustere LaVonne Siegel .x 0 I 'Q gin Q E JA, ' .4 1 ln 1 1 n , . f Q Qt' va EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF. First Row lL to Rl: Donna Beechuk, Gerri Urbcncic, Sue Cochrcn, Linda Miller, Sue Boker. Second Row: Jon Scribner, Morion Wosendcx, Lindo Smink, Sharon McGill, Ellen Brigden, Michele Breskvar, Mory Lou Slrekol, Joyce Yerty. Third Row: Tom Wolters, Gary Reed, Bonnie Budos, LaVonne Seigel, Karen Weseli, Chuck Mallue, Paul Debevec. 0 wi' 17: IQ. gl JNIUXI 4,- A ., ,1 J n 'wr::.n::.j::ggg:::'-' ' ,T 0-.0 o Paul Debevec Bonnie Budos Mr. Otto Santos 5" lli'l Judy Strousbclugh Mr. Clayton D. George 1 In 1 gg . f, j'f ' 'Q ss! ip ,W QS-sf F' r, li fT'Ti fs F llll'.L 126 I fp z ,tit ,Y 11 Co-Editors Sue Blatnik and Ken Barta check Survey dummy sheets. he THE SURVEY Editors-in-Chief ..........,..... News Editor .....,, Feature Editor ...... Sports Editor ..... Ken Barta, Susan Blatnik Hanes ...,,,.Janice Orehek ....,..Colin Murdoch Copy Editor ............ .......,....., B arb Hille Staff Editor ............... .......,.. K athy Korosec Senior Photographer ................ John Fleshin Art Editors ............,................... Mary Lynn Paganie Nikki Phillips Vari-typists ...., ..... E loise Haynes, Cheryl Lofgren Business Business Manager ..,.....,.,,...,,.,. ,.... N orm Stewart Advertising Manager ,..,.. ..,....,. R ick Karash Circulation Manager ,....,Y....... ...s... E llen Wehrle Advisors Editorial .... .,..,s....,Y......V.. M r. Granville Smith Printing ..... ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M r, AI Galicki Business ..,Y. SURVEY REPORTERS. First Row IL to Rl: Cheryl lofgren, Barb Spring, Leslie Long, Cheryl Cradis, Eloise Haynes, Pat Redding. Second Row: Kathy Courter, Sue Smith, Gary Bly, Rick Karash, Greg Harper, Rich Miller, Chris Pinkney. .,.,..,Mr, Edmond Mize ME I sunvsff sw? any ,,-iff: .V I N- I - g f, 1. . - - ees A - f s . Q, lun' sagxfxl Q' 'WZ by .7 SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF First Row Il. to Rl Colin Murdoch Barb Hille Ken Barta Nick Perencevuch, I Mr Smith Advisor Second Row Sue Nelson Kathy Korosec Mary Lynn Paganle Janice Orehek Carole Krapence Edna Haynes Linda Tomko John Fleshin Third Row Chen Bartos Eileen Arnold Carol Diehl, SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF With the inauguration of the use of flo-sheets, the Survey Editorial Staff seemed to find itself organized for the first time. To be sure, there were still the usual songfests, scan- dals, and interior decorating schemes, but nevertheless, the Survey managed to earn once again a rating of first in the National Scholastic and the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ- ations. Not at all vain because of their triumph, the Survey members continued their policy of peaceful co- existence with their pals, the Euclid- ian staff. 28 he 'fain ,sun -579 f' UIUC: ll! i :ff 'lib ,-. SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF. First Row ll lo Rl: Sharon Morse, Diane Yoger, Ellen Wehrle, Second Raw: Dave Wilder, Nancy Emser, Barb Hille, Diane Henderson, Par Redding, Kathy Bull. Third Row: Cindy Sleagler, Judy Craig, Laura Ryder. Fourth Row: Norm Stewart, Donna Moretti, Kathy Emmerl, Sue Warner, Marcia Steogler. SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Don't ever let anyone say the '63-'64 Survey Business Staff wasn't busy. Any member will give an enthusiastic account of the time involved, the ads sold, and the problems encountered by circulation and distribution of the paper. Although extremely money-minded, the staff turned "editorial" during the week preceding all home games. Theirs was the task of publishing the sports programs, a feat ac- complished under the pressure of deadlines and hard work. With Mr. Mize giving advice and Norm Stewart directing assignments, the business staff always finished on schedule, with time remaining to plan new sales gimmicks or parties. f T 'M , ,V ..v.:s,x+ , 4 - r ...-. x You ccln get cm -1 9? ' -NED X .- -17 V 1 . , 'SA .n- . , - .h it QA . Q., -- - :sa . 'ik ' "L '23 5' ' 7' X . ss es. 212- , E-, , '-EH is 311 , K". ""H 39..- ' '5'-gf 1 E1 'S 9,1 N- .. .. , 12.11 - ':-- uf' ' 0 S E. if v - - .. v E. 2 'Liu W A-fe' Q as 14233 ou. 'T-2. ng. ,, ...v- L99 ,,. . , If lar- I RA 1- -1 ything with o credit cord nowadays. .Ion Orehek and Judy Hocevar size up the new off-set press. -Z-1' ,f 'I29 SENIOR SCANDAL The Senior Scandal is not a work of art, an aes- thetic creation, or a memorial to the senior class. lt is, as its name implies, a revelation of the many "scandals" boasted by the senior class. With each class trying to outdo the one before, the Scandal always discloses tales of the unusual and oft-beat, proving itself good for a laugh and sometimes a bit of embarrassment. EUCUYO. First Row lL to Rl Veronica Yager Carol Rasmussen Second Row Barb Herrschaft Gary Bernstein Sharon Papalko SENIOR SCANDAL. First Row ll ta- Rl: .lan Golan, Elaine Begalke, Barbara Robich, Rita Marthin. Second Row: Linda Roberts, Linda Fox, Ellen Wehrle, Norma Crane. Third Row: Sylvia Barconic, Sandy Davis, Judy lilley, Gretchen Havreberg. Fourth Row: Ann Schultz, Carole Allen, June Novotny, Jean DiPuccio. Fifth Row: Judy Frustere, Doris Young, lynn Murphy, Sandy Lemm, Bonnie Budas, Mrs. Backos. Sixth Row: Pat Kane, Connie Keller, Kim Hashagen, Bill Miller, Jon Schroeter, Jane Schulte, Louie Milazzotto, Ted Goble. T ff if .I IFE? EUCUYO lt is through the Eucuyo that students are able to vent their artistic frustra- tions. As Euclid's literary magazine, the Eucuyo is published in two issues each X year. Euclid's answer to the Atlantic, it encourages the development of creative writing. SPECTRUM Once again Spectrum experienced an over- whelming response to its call for interested students. Dedicated to the absorption of culture, the club con- tinued to foster its edifying activities. Beginning the year with an investigation of costume design, Spec- trum held its annual Halloween party. Its many later activities continued the Spectrum tradition of bring- ing culture to the multitude. Bev Holcomb, Barb Kruger, Ruth Seguin. Third Row: Bernie Hohs, Leslie Long, Dennis Spate, Sue Horsey, Lionel Smith. SPECTRUM. First Row lL to Rl: Linda Smink, Laura Vahcic, Barb Hille, Carol Gabrenya, Elaine Begalke. Second Row: Tom Stahre, Bob Statz, Sally Beutell, Pam Scheurman, Gayle Wilson. Third Row. Nora Piper, Mary Lou Strekal, Sue Stanley, Linda Kasunic, Barb Ward. Fourth Row: Eileen Arnold, Donna Waterwash, Judy Springer, Jean March, Kathy Hunter. Fifth Row: Ginny Sames, Sue Cochran, Nancy Linsley, Karen Weseli. Sixth Row: Linda Shemitz, Sherry Salisbury, Debbie Wallace, Carol Smith. Seventh Row: Nick Perencevich, Bob Rose, Bill Millar, Wayne Wiblin. Eighth Raw: Karen MacDonald, Lani Prilleson, Joyce McKibben, Bonnie McArthur. 'Sm When it comes to ballot counting, the Student Council Executive Board is iust as curious STUDENT COUNCIL. First Row IL to Rl: Char Hildebrand, Betty Johnson, Carol Peterson, Char Ritz, Jill Haddock, Roz Stuzen, Sharon Gerl, Tanya Kokal, linda Jerse, Sherry Salisbury, Joanne Vyskocil, Barb Nason, linda Crockett, Kathy Vernon. Second Row: Marge Reynolds, Tom Halbedel, Marilyn Mansperger, Doris Young, Sandy Williams, Kim Hashagen, Bobbie Rochkar, Edna Hanes, Ann Schultz, Elaine Begalke, Marie Tancredi, Darlene Lipovec, Priscilla Dickinson, Sandy Deere, Judy Rohrer. Third Row: Connie Keller, Eric Hertfelder, Rickie Hurlburt, Adele Swain, Linda Roberts, Linda Fox, Ellen Brigden, Hans Pesch, Ronald Karash, Chuck Cox, Donna Beechuk, Linnette Conley, Sandy Kessler. Fourth Row: Greg Dane, John Amos, Rick Karash, Nick Perencevich, Steve Barnett, Denny Matko, Denny Cebul, Tom Brennan, Ted Goble, Bill Miller, Barbara Bernlohr, Bill Millar. l as the student body R STUDENT COUNCIL Under the direction of Mr. Hoffert, Mr. Raice- vich, Miss Alexander, and President Greg Dane, the Student Council tackled both routine and new prob- Iems. Homeroom representatives were replaced by division representatives, and committees designed for specific duties dominated the council. The execu- tive board, in particular, felt the responsibility of authority, filling ninth period meetings with ideas and plans that would influence the entire school. The students were informed of these plans by way of bulletin board, and sometimes, inaccurately, by ru- mor. Whether debating graduation procedure or creating a "Name the Dance" contest, the Student Council was a part representing the whole. STUDENT COUNCII. EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row IL to Rl: Ellen Brigden, Sue Stanley, Rickie Hurlburt, Barbara Mills, Norma Crane. Second Raw: Richard Karash, Tom Brennan, Dennis Matko, Greg Dane, Hans Pesch, Tom Halbedel, Steve Barnett. vs' V' CE fat C7 I Y' f, A, x. 4 The spirit behind the melody. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC The Euclid High bands are more than a collection of students who play instruments. They are models of esprit de corps. To sense this, one need only enter the bandroom, the second home of many band mem- bers. Here exists an atmosphere of amity among individuals whose only common interest may be music. Whether rehearsing a quintet, watch- ing girls, or playing keep away with a chosen victim's purse, this same spirit persists. Minutes later, a bell rings and Mr. Harper ascends the podium. Harmony ot a different na- ture is heard in the bandroom. . S fm ik One of Euclid's many extra-curricular activities If I keep tapping my toot, no one will know l'm not playing. the mock wedding. Band Sergeants Norbert Stewart, Rich Miller, and Paul Debevec. if -4 ,4- w CONCERT FLUTES: Diane Bryan Karen Heckert Carolyn Henry Marilyn Mansperger Judi Mervis Francis Ulle Barbara Ward Peggy Wittenmyer Gayle Wilson OBOES: Bill Baillie Kathy Hayes Judy Strausbaugh CLARINETS: John Amos Stuart Babin Rick Baldini Dennis Collidge Carol Diehl Nancy Emser John Fleshin Ronald Howard Kathy Hunter Mary Beth Kovach Rita Marthin Richard Masek Pam Scheurman Terry Skrianc Sonia Skrli Mary Lou Stelzer Ronald Surtz Kenneth Tiderman Jan Tuckerman David Zoller Kathleen Wassil ALTO CLARINETS: Caroline Reeves BASS CLARINETS: Sue Nelson Sue Reider Joyce Yerty ALTO SAXOPHONES: Chuck Mallue Tim Tryon Sandy Tucceri Tom Ehlert TENOR SAXOPHONES: Bob Priiateli Jay Bammerlin BARITONE SAXOPHONES: Bill Hmy BAND BASSOONS: Paul Debevec Jean March Sheryl Tucci CORNET5: Gregg Harper Kurt Hoffmeyer Tom Holloway Ronald Masek Richard Masek Nick Perencevich Joel Sarich Dave Wilber FRENCH HORNS: Tom Allen John Armstrong Harry Deckman Patti Gingell Karen Guenther Carol Pulver Dave Schaser Carol Smith BARlTONES: Joe lvanko Ed Kuchling Tom Mitchel David Robb TROMBONES: Gary Love Wayne O'Neil Lee Pereksta Mark Steindler Earl Switalsky TUBAS: Fred Cooper John Komocar Werner Lindquist Bill Miller Norbert Stewart PERCUSSION: Bruce Baumgardt Barbara Krippner Jim Kurrent Tom Pavlik Bill Vadnal TYMPANI: Dave Amos STRING BASS: Joe Urbanick 6 Like talents combine for total effect. 'Q Q P' ORCHESTRA. First Row lL to Rl: Judith Gasper, Cecilia Rinaldi, Sharon Thorp, Lynn Fierle, Marcia Steagler, Diana Glick, Marcia Mamrack, Janice Smeker. Second Row: Dawn Kepets, Maureen Mahoney, Connee Chiodo, Jacqueline Brown, William Forsythe, Leslie Harris, Sharon Pylich, Emilia Picciano. Third Row: Greg- ory Harper, Gregory Sobile, David Pultorak, David Abrams, Wayne O'Neil, Elizabeth March, Susan Perko, Cynthia Steagler. Fourth Row: Colin Murdoch, Judith Strausbaugh, John Amos, Judith Mervis, Sandra Borgsteadt, Mary Stelzer, Carol Moffett, Jane Stahl, Katherine Butt. Fifth Row: David Amos, James Kurrent, William Baillie. Standing: Mr, Harper, George Carter. Come blow your horn. 3 If FLUTE: James Blankschaen Sandy Borgsteadt Anita Coblitz Priscilla Dickinson Betsy Gaydos Linda Hall Barbara Nason Carol Ostrander Carol SerKownik Marilyn Surtz Carol Woicik CLARINET: Ken Aubel Diane Brule Louis Fioritto Richard Focht Karen Hennie Ruth Hocevar Linda Hunter Martin Kelley Jeffrey Kish Darryl Kozel Paula Kuchling Darlene Lipovec David McKee Darlene Morgan Tom Nimelli Vicki Russell Linda Shemitz Trudy Tolar Judy Whitney ALTO CLARINET: Art Yerty BASS CLARINET: Michael Moore OBOE: Sally Beutell Sandy Eastabrook Steven Kay Cheryl Thomas BASSOON: Sharon Evans Jerry Kirchner ALTO SAXOPHONE: Don Abrahms Larry Anderson CHEVRON SOCIETY. First Row IL to Rl: Judy Mervis, Judy Strausbaugh, Francis Ulle, Second Row: Greg Harper, John Amos, Ed Kuchling, Carolyn Henry. T' 'LI CADET BAND Caroli Jerry Kapsch Albert Miklavich Richard Kershaw Bob Rose Jack Slrok TENOR SAXOPHONE: Frank Botz Ed Kenik Randy Kuznik Dave Pultorak Margaret Rupar Fred Schutt Neil Wagner CORNET: Bruce Blumenstein Dave Huncharek Kathy Jerneicic Jerry Kish Dale Krech Ray Newness Charles Phillips Harold Prasek Dudley Prisel Greg Soble Jim Turpin Jim Ullested Bob Watts Tam Zimmerman HORN: Linda Hargas Marlene Marraji Tony Rattini David Watlerman BARITONE: Mike Doyle John McKierman Tom Payne TROMBONE: Joe Plovock Harvey Rubin SOUSAPHONE: Ray Preslak Dennis Sutton PERCUSSION: George Bilyk Frank Pelrik Greg Pike Bill Srnich ne Reeves. fi, T1 lf M . w '15 7 ' f T9 ,gi MASTERS EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row IL to Rl: Mr. Sam Taylor, Ron Macks, Danette DiBiasio, Judy Lilley. Second Row: Don Hathaway, Linda Tomko, Carol Peterson, Sherry Downen, Carol Allen. MASTERS CHOIR. First Row IL to Rl: R. Hurlburt, D. DiBiasia, J. McCarthy, C. Berntson, L. Tomko, N. Sheppard, R. Sarama, C. Cradis. Second Row. H. Hunn, C. Jerabec, J. Stanley, B. Lesiak, C. Peterson, J. Lehr, C. Hildebrand, C. Allen. Third Row: L. Kempert, P. Greer, K. MacDonald, K. Emmert, D. Glick, M. Ruscin, R. Lewis, E, Racich, K. Breen. Fourth Row: B. Langham, A. Consilio, G. Kleckner, J. Bammerlin, J. Graafmeyer, R. Macks, G. Edwards, J. Stahl, L. Zust. Fifth Row: P. Cox, K. Barta, .l. Bailey, C. Boehlke, B. Miller, D. Hathaway, S. Toward, R. Cesa, R. Crombie, D. Aitken, K. Burns. 2-L13 ' 'fs' 'fvllfi Ken Barla accompanies fhe Masfers. MASTERS CHOIR. Firsf Row QL to Rl: B. Foy, A. Picciono, L. Sobol, C. Barlos, N. Crone, E. Hanes, B. M C. Pohly, G. Walker. Second Row: S. Worner, D. Evans, C. Hohs, E. Geiger, J. Burns, G. Gulbenkian Rose, M. Lilley, E. Carlson, P. Kane. Third Row: D. Romano, J. Lilley, J. Brown, R, Kirchener, P. Pavlik, Praznovsky, M. Vardion, S. Horsey, N. Piper, J. Hallock. Fourth Row: S. Downen, S. Lohrey, L. Poyne, Rodencic, C. King, J. Tucker, W. Wiblin, D. Amos, T. Petruzzi, R. Sweigerl. Fifth Row: L. Long, J. Zdoro Doskivich, S. Wheeler, C. Nogode, J, Burnevi, D. Peek, D, Gouch, G. Zolo, J. Monoyudis, ills, , J. D. A. S. 9. 9 CHOIRS A sheet of choral music is short-lived, but it has a soul hidden among its blotted physical aspects, and its life need not be dull. A sheet of choral music lives when it is being learned by a chorus. At Euclid it suffers a harsh beginning when it is sight-read for the first time. As it listens to the monotonous repe- tition of its own parts and the chatter that goes on during these repetitions, it can scrutinize the closely- knit mass of tired, excited, and studious heads that are making all the noise, and, when this becomes unbearable, it can delight in Mr. Taylor's explosive "Dad-gum-it! Why don't you people listen instead of . . .!" and "Don't talk it! Sing it!" But all this while the chorus has been learning and polishing. The sheet of choral music dies as its soul is com- mitted to the memory of the chorus members. SOPHOMORE MIXED CHORUS. First Row CL to Rt: D. Stoer, D. Medved, D. Hoffman, D. Miller, B. Vicic, L. Pollitt. Second Row: J. Beran, C, Voll, J. Klopovic, D. Heuer, H. Glenn, A. Ashley, K. Pfeiffer. Third Row: P. Friedman, B. Hodder, K. Schmidt, S. Glicker, P. Snidarsic, C. Gillespie, J. Sherwood, S. Ferris, B. Hudson, J. Winter, L. Eppich, P. Bashel, K. Stump, K. Makowski, M. Templeton, M. Hart. Fourth Row: B. Kruger, D. Frank, J, Link, M. Wonnacott, J. Tuckermcn, C. Frank, C. Straughan, M. Bir, B. Pate, M. Hodia- kievic, R, Kozar, T. Kokal, L, Jerse, C. Whittaker, B. Stevens, P. Margheret, J. Emmert. Fifth Row: N. Skupic, L. Roberts, B. Chudzik, D. Vunkorngut, C. Neff, E. Monoyudis, K. Kostelic, M. Pontoni, L. Jclckuben, S. Salisbury, L. Akraboff, J. Price, D. Gortz, J. Schneider, D. Jackson, J. Turk, B. Zele, J. Travnik, V. Cibbs, D. Fink. JR.-SR. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. First Row ll to Rl: J. Onderdonk, P. Jobe, C. Scheiner, P. Rudiak, P. McKnight C. Zurlo, L. Nalepa, K. Dilillo, K. Vernon, B. Durose. Second Row: H. Eslvander, G. Myers, D. Bacon, P. Wicheff, B. Preston, L. Tiffany, C. Gregurich, L. Humphrey, B. Knox, O. Tyler, L. Ralls. Third Row: J. Niel sen, C. Ross, S. Swaney, S. Deere, C. Wood, E. Rossi, M. King, S. Anderson, C. Boich, B. Bessire, B. Johnson D. Pragacy. Fourth Row: B. Bilyk, M. Lis, S. Cadwallader, L. Wehogon, D. Aitken, M. Bradford, M. Boga toy, A. Habian, C. Keller, E. Chaunce, L. Hamilton, F. Felz, D. Ricci. Fifth Raw: J. Howell, P. Sernel, C Walton, S. Kniess, C. Evans, B. Thorpe, C. Hoedt, L. Krecic, R. Korthals, B, Bradford, L. Burris, L. Watson. SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, First Row lL to Rl: C. Lebet, A. Kaczur, L. Bauman, J. Wallace, J, Horvat, C. David, A. Rosenblatt, K. Bauer, G. Bahr, P. Wever, S. Gerl, G. Fister, K. Cotman. Second Row: C. Mavec, J. Brazalovics, L. Kadow, S. Vidensek, B. Campbell, D. Tarantino, P. Hrnyak, A. Wagner, C. Hohs, S. Salvo, P. Gregic, S. Plummer. Third Row: E. Bubonics, E. Boehmer, L. Himes, M. Dunker, J. Zgonc, S. Robbins, L. Lovano, K. Davis, K. Billings, B. Eglin, C. Kostick, L. Baran, S. Kolenc. Fourth Row: S. Siders, S. Millac, E. Grigas, B. Chovan, K. Goldstein, V. Reichman, C. Lauer, S. Rutkie, R. Conti, D. Sarver, J. Howe, G. Neither- cott, B. Feldman. get 'N Ply-,S-.E i . E! al 42 Hey, Doc, is all that lung stuff true? Connie Tuthill takes an oral beating. 114 ,A I I I Harvey appeared only off-stage. HARVEY Did you see a tall white rabbit? Yes, you prob- ably did during the week of October 21, when Har- vey roamed the halls of Euclid. This rabbit's pur- pose was to persuade students to attend the play bearing his name. For those who went, there were several hours of memorable, sophisticated comedy. Although Harvey did not appear visibly during the performance, he became a true personality in the minds of the audience. CAST: HARVEY MYRTLE MAE SIMMONS ..........,,.. SANDRA BARKER VETA LOUISE SIMMONS ........ JOAN MCCONOCHA ELWOOD P. DOWD ...... ........... W ADE SCHUETTE MAID ..........,...sc..,,.........,.... BARBETTE DAVIDSON MRS. ETHEL CHAUVENET .,........ MAUREEN TROTTO NURSE RUTH KELLY ......,... ....,..., C ONNIE TUTHILL DUANE WILSON ............,...... ,,,.,... M IKE FERGUS LYMAN SANDERSON, M.D. ....,,....,,.... DEAN COST WILLIAM R. CHUMLEY, M.D. .,,.,. LOUIS ROGALINER BETTY CHUMLEY ..,...,,....,.........,, NANCY PATRICK JUDGE OMAR GAFFNEY ............ GARY BERNSTEIN E. .l. LOFGREN ............... ....,.... C OLE MURRAY Backstage, nervous whispering is silenced minutes before the curtain rises. 14 .pw 44 CAMERA CLUB. lL lo Rl: James Burnett, Mr. Rinkes, Fred Schutt, Gary Bly, John Fleshin, Tom Neuman. MOVIE CLUB. First Row KL lo Rl: Paul Pavlik, Bob Evangelisto, Row: Wayne Karberg, Ron Miller, Ken Coleman, Joe Muslar, Steve Hatras, Walter Scutlenberg. Second CAMERA CLUB The shutterbugs of Euclid High School can be identified by their di- lated pupils and chemically chapped hands. In a remodeled third-floor closet, they create images with spec- ial paper, light, and skill. This club serves a dual purpose: the members gain experience for a possible pro- fession, and the school receives in- expensive photographic service. J 1-s 'wwf' W"Wb1'3l'itVN'4'Wi40lNeOiO+t"llV'l"H'!l'ji u,Ho'vaovvavo ""'?"V"f' ,qnqaeronwn nf' Hvwttlt' Pt- ., nn Q. ,.g..4n,!M-Neiwrrlvfty 'Q il sis W4te4't"0f+ gg ISQQQA . O -- , ' , .1 9+ Q' tw -A 0 Q o oo 9 O H N N. rg ' Q N-wo 9 c 4 Q STAGE CREW. ll to Rl: Tom Stahre, Rick Peterson, Jim Mcconocha, Rick Redmond, Russ Johnson, Ken Kepley, Sally Forker, Jo Ann Zdara, Maureen Lohmeyer. MOVIE CLUB ln the silent study hall the soft rattle of casters is heard passing the door, a projector is being de- livered by the trusty movie club member with his ridiculously large wooden hall pass knocking around his knees. "You're finally here. I hope the watcha- magadget doesn't break down again. Can you set it up for us?" "No, sorry, l've got three more to deliver this period." Off he goes, and in the silent study hall a pair of squeaky shoes and a clattering hall pass are heard returning past the door. STAGE CREW "Get the hammer, nails, saw some wood, but measure it first. Bring the lights down for adjusting. How long is this flat? The frame's ready for can- vassing. Where's the staple gun? Here! Where? The sizing is ready, so get some brushes. Don't get sloppy with that stuff! Shall we paint it chartreuse or pink? Oh, well! We'll mix them and see what we get. Who stole my paint brush? Turn those lights on . . ." So on into the night. if 6 -ESQ-,P , 6 ' 6 9 'Q ti QC -5 N O v Y 'F O 4 0 X 3 ' 'I4 46 SURVEY I.Q.S. First Nancy Emser, Jan Row lL to Rl: Kathy Korosec, Kathy Emmert, Sue Warner, Orehek, Cheryl Barlos, Mary Paganie, Nikki Phillips, Marcia Steagler, Sue Blatnik. Second Row: Donna Moretti, Ellen Wehrle, Cindy Steagler, Edna Hanes, Eileen Arnold, Judy Hocevar, Barb Hille, Cheryl INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL A small gold l.Q.S. pin is like a Lofgrin, Eloise Haynes, Carol Diehl. Third Row: J. T. Fleshin, Norbert Stew- art, Rich Karash, Ken Barta, Nick Perencevich, Rich Miller, Gary Bly, Colin Murdock, John Komocar, Chris Pinkney, Greg Harper, Tom Nimelli, Paul Shirk. medal. It represents an honor based on creativity and outstanding achievement in the field of publica- tions. Membership is determined by effort and ability, extending to the writer, photographer, and salesman alike. For the individual, the pin also is a memory. It recalls the many moods of a staff and the processing activity involved before a finished product is attained. The layouts of Euclidian become a book, the Survey comes out, Eucuyo copy is collected, edited and printed, and a small gold l.Q.S. pin is worn. EUCLIDIAN l.Q.S. First Row IL to Rl: Carol Peterson, Alison August, Denise Young, Carol Webb Jan Howell, Barb Shuber, Vicki Regalbuto, Linda Smink, Bonnie Budas. Second Row: Paul De bevec, Henry Spolar, Ron Surtz, Tom Walters, Linda Miller, Judy Strausbaugh, Marion Wasenda Sandy Williams, Bobbie Rochkar, Rickie Hurlburt, Danette DiBiasio. Barb Mills is pinned by Judy Strausbaugh. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Long hours of practice and a few minutes of speaking precede long hours of waiting in antici- pation of a iudge's decision. Although maintaining good grades causes unwelcome pressure on students busy with activities, and early, sleepy awakenings for long Saturday morning trips are rather incon- venient, members of National Forensic League must take these annoyances in stride with their activity. Participating in the areas of extemporaneous speak- ing, dramatic, humorous, and oratorical declama- tion, debate, and original oratory, Mr. Robuck's hardy group works to learn, improve performance and achieve tournament victories. M1 V 1 I if 4, tv! x S-4 s, EUCUYO l.Q.S. First Row KL to Rl: Gary Bernstein, Leslie Long, Veronica Yager, Ruth Seguin, Dennis Spate. Second Row: Lionel Smith, Bernie Hohs, Sue Horsey, Bev Holcomb, B. J. Hershaft, Sharon Papalko. Z 2 l.Q.S. ADVISORS. lL to Rl: Mr. Santos, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Duprey, Mr, Eisen, Mr. George. N.F.L. First Row ll. to Rl: Greg Harper, Paul Cox, Cindi Traina, Wade Schutte, Sandy Barker, Sherry Salisbury. Second Row: Mary Paganie, Diane Bryan, Linda Christopher, Jane Horvat, Debbie Wallace. Third Row: Mr. Leonard Robuck, Advisor, Scott Winsor, Betsy Gaydos, Ronald Karash, Barry Laine, Paul Debevec, Bob Rose. Cb T7 47 fu, F.B.L.A. Executive Board. Top Row KL to Ri: President Jim Mack, Vice- president Kathy Pearson. Bottom Row: Carol Vranekovic, Rita Marthin, Mary Beth Kovatch. X x 'I-Q . fy 3. M N ll' ell -ia . ' 1-.c a F ' ' 1: x l 1' N J H I FTA Executive Board. First Row ll to Rt: Sue Perko, Gretchen Havreberg, Edna Hanes, Diane Geisky, Donna Romano. Second Row: Karen Lyman, Diane Gershaw, Tina Grillo, Ellen Wehrle. Third Row: Ann Stepic, Betty Preston, Norma Crane, Lynne Mocilnikar. Fourth Row: Norma Smith, Judy Hocevar, Joyce Wichert. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Two business courses and a desire to investigate the commercial world quality ci student to join the Future Business Leaders at America. Speakers em- phasize the pitfalls and inconveniences of the busi- ness world, but few members are discouraged. The old adage, "Knowledge is halt the battle," keynotes the entire group. F.B.L.A. First Row IL to Rt: Rita Marthin, Kathy Pearson, Diane Brule, Nancy Dietrich, Linda Malavac, Roscoe Kelly Jr., Sherry Fetko. Third Row: Miss Emser, Pam Rudiak, Laura Klemenc, Laurel Eppich, Eddie Becay, Paula Sim- Nelson, Sandy Sulen, Mary Clapacs, Carol Nenadal, Carol Vranekovic, Mary- kins. Second Row: Linda Kasunic, Margo Schaffer, Jo-Ell Carruthers, Kathy lyn Rerchek, Linda Shemitz, Cathy Nenadal, Mary Beth Kovatch, Sharon Kalegar, Judy Guth, Nancy Linsley, Charlotte Snable, Judy Richards, Cheryl Marn, Barb Stefanik, Betty Francis, Gerry Friel, Jim Mack. 'in A 48 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA F.T.A.'s members, America's future teachers, re- ceive actual teaching experience through the club's pet proiect, student tutoring. Capable club partici- pants volunteer their time to help conscientious stu- dents who apply for a tutor. These "teachers" re- ceive a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment from their tutoring sessions, and they are proud when their "pupils" show signs of improvement and earn an "A" test paper. Satisfaction also extends to the pupil, who is grateful for the help he has re- ceived from F.T.A. senior: ruruns rEAci-tens or AMsmcA. ram new ii to ni, Justina anno, Man donna weeks, Ann snnnnz, cami Gabrenya, Mary Lynn Paganie, ann, Hille, Pnl Redding. Second Row: Kathy Gustetic, Linda Nalepa, LaVonne Siegal, Kathy Turk, Dagmar Smiley, Caroline Reeves, Lenore Miller. Third Row: Lynn Payne, Janet NJ nb JUNIOR-SOPHOMORE F.T.A. First Row lL to Rl: Mary Klosky, Betty Preston, Kathy Benda, Dinah Tannenbaum, Marge Wonnacott, Mary Wince, Sherry Salisbury, Sue Coddington, Lynn Conley, Sheila Pierce, Jan Tuckerman, Sheryl Glicker. Second Row: linda Rolls, Gail Gulbenkian, Beth Knox, Connie Manley, Lynn Humphrey, Debbie Wallace, Pam Scheurman, Sharon Metyk, Maria DeMario, Molly Lowry, Gayle Wilson, Marianne Barteld, Mary l.au Stelzer, Toni Milavec, Carol Frank, Sue Jost. Third Row: Virginia Novinc, Eileen Arnold, Donna Waterwash, Marilyn Surtz, Debbie VanKorngut, Jean Link, Norma Smith, Joan Pureber, Donita Cam- eron, Francis Felz, Jane Musick, Pat Popovich, Bonnie McArthur, Linda Crockett, Pearn, Dale Evans, Diane Geisky, Sue Anderson, Elaine Chaunce, June Hocevar, Pearl Lefor, Chris Gregoric, Linda Smink, Connie Chioda. Fourth Row: Lynne Mocilnikar, Karen Lyman, Anne Stepic, Sue Blatnik, Kathy Korosec, Norma Crane, Adele Swain. :fi- i5Qg7j:?:i Ji fx Q7 Barbette Davidson, Judy Eichberger, Rosanne Madeia. Fourth Row: Cherie Bartos, Barb Ward, Bobs Bessire, Sue Baker, Diane Gershow, Joyce Wichert, Sharon McGill, Bonnie Razman, Marty Schwarz, Olly Koger, Peggy Frye, Carol Woicik, Darlene Lipovec, Lorraine Hill, Sharon Visoky, Karen Hennie, Barb Riebe, Carol Glotzbecker, Trudy Tolar. Fifth Row: Sherrie Zimmerman, Sue Reider, Lori Sabol, Sandy Deere, Jan Scribner, Leslie Nelson, Jane Stahl, Diane Stocker, Darlene Vukcevic, Linda Watson, Marlene Ruder, Phyllis Piper, Eileen Biederman, Maureen Mahoney, Barbara Helmick, Sandy Carpenter, Connie Bretton, Susan Smith, Mary Lou Pontoni. AU fl 4 149 V FRIENDSHIP CLUB. First Row KL to Rl: Marilyn Fogel, Sue Willson, Elaine Begalke, Denise Shinosky, Lindo Smink, Laura Vahcic, Mary Ellen Kucharski, Cynthia Piller. Second Row: Judi Sherwood, Carolynn Tryon, Kathy Skonier, Laurie Schlegel, Joyce Yanchar, Barb Zele, Gwen Roberts, Lynn Gulich. Third Row: Betsy Gaydos, Peggy Wittenmyer, Marilyn Surtz, Chris Haqstrand, , so .i fir" ' J J ' L - . li' A .3 ii i ,ze ,. JoAnn Travnik, Kathi Tizzano, Judy Stanek, Donna Nagy. Fourth Row: Pat Znidarsic, Kathy Klann, Sharon Metyk, Bonnie Rozman, Kathy Vernon, Sue Cochran, Linda Akraboff, Cathie McGraw. Fifth Row: Linda Jerse, Tanya Kokal, Jill Haddock, Judy Eichberger, Barbette Davidson, Betty Francis, Patt Drake, Darlene Lipovec, Carol Woicik. FUTURE NURSES CLUB. First Row KL to Rl: Carol Webb, Rosemary Bosetin, Joyce McKibben, Judy Aquilano, Roseanno Cooney, Joyce Chisholm, Betty Johnson. Second Row:.Cheri Wood, Carol Andrew, Nancy Emser, Carol Serkownik, Joyce Knoch, Denise Ray, Joyce Kotnik. Third Row: Sue Wright, Sue Yager, Joan Whittaker, Madonna Weeks, Jan Heinlein, Linda Tiffany, Sharon Tucceri, Jean Knoch. Fourth Row: Diane Geisky, Doris Young, Marilyn Barbic, Sylvia Barcovic, Janice Orehek, Char Bokal, Bonnie Swanson, Marilyn King. Fifth Row: Linda McKee, Kathy Jonaitis, Joyce Goodwin, Pat Deegan, Laura Vahcic, Denise Shinosky, Marge Reynolds. ,53?11'L: W, N-. . FUTURE NURSES CLUB One of Euclid's many organiza- tions that aid in career preparation is the Future Nurses Club. Its main function lies in the clinical work done by members during free periods. By working with the school nurses and witnessing the problems and situa- tions they encounter, girls gain val- uable field experience. Knowledge ofthe profession is furthered by speakers from nursing schools and associations, explaining many differ- ent aspects of the work involved. P' FRIENDSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row QL to RI: Maryann Vardian, Marilyn King, Marilyn Ogrinc, Sandy Kessler, Arlene Snitzky. Second Row: Rosemary Bosetin, Nikki Phillips, Sue Anderson, Dione Geisky, Linda Jerse, Tanya Kokal. JUNIOR RED CROSS. First Row IL to RI: Shelby Fetko, Rose Pink, Judy Richards, Vice-President, Sherry Fetko, President. Second Row: Paula McCulloch, Terry Wallace, Pat Jobe, Sue Wright. Third Row: Erika Wendel, Sharon Cook, Marge Czaplicki, Terry Richmond, Ginny Sames, " n 'X 1' ..l .,,, A A . -- I lf? . ..- R393 v 1 FRIENDSHIP CLUB In the shuffling of many club ac- tivities, Friendship also emerged un- der a new guise. The Friendship Formal, a tradition for which the club previously had been noted, did not take place, and Friendship became foremost a service club, comparable to the boys' Key Club. Although it got off to a late start, Friendship was more active than ever before, per- forming bothlservice and social func- tions. JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB Concerned with local areas of need, members of .Iunior Red Cross based their club on service proiects, which ranged from play acting to hospital decorating. Under the direc- tion of Mrs. Cox, and working in con- iunction with the National Red Cross, the club filled Monday night meetings with plans and ideas designed for the benefit and enioyment of others. 2 tv QV? '77 KJ N.H,S., SENIOR MEMBERS. First Raw lL to Rl: Judy Strausbaugh, Barb Hille, Linda Tomko, Danette DiBiasio. Second Row: Rickie Hurlburt, Donna Romano, Edna Hanes, Sandy Williams, Marilyn Mansperger, Norma Crone, Gerri Urbancic. Third Row: Mary Ann Minnillo, Kim Hashogen, Char Ritz, Linda Fox, Laura Wittine, Ellen Brigden, Judi Mervis, Leslie Harris, Connie Keller. Oh, boy, is this exciting! Fourth Row: Karen Lyman, Linda Roberts, Mary Ellen Bogatay, Roberta Rochkar, Bev Holcomb, Sue Horsey, Lynne Mocilnikar, Judy Hocevar, Sue Blatnik, Anne Stepic, Gretchen Havreberg. Fifth Row: Paul Cox, Ken Barta, Ron Surtz, Rick Karash, Colin Murdock, Greg Dane, J' ' 4533 V . yhiu, 3 2 se: N.H.S., SENIOR MEMBERS. First Row il to Rl: Elaine Begalke, Carol Ga- brenya, Tina Grillo, Sue Willson, Linda Sherrill, Veronica Yager, Barb Shuber, Marcia Steagler, Cindy Steagler. Second Row: June Novotny, Janice Houry, Linda Zust, Pat Redding, Carol Andrew, Judy Craig, Carol Peterson, Nikki Phillips, Janet Pearn, Barb Mills. Third Row: Lynn Payne, Pat Greer, Linda McKee, Linda Smink, Sandy Borgsteadt, Kathy Ulle, Alison August, Linda 1. N.H,S., JUNIOR MEMBERS, First Row KL ta Rl: Char Hildebrand, Sue Struna, Joan Pureber, Molly Lowry, Holly Lucas, Gail Gulbenkian, Linda Rolls, Joyce Wichert, Sonia Skrli, Pat Theil, Gayle Wilson. Second Row: Char Bokal, Connie Mantey, Donna Beechuk, Donna Waterwash, Lynn Humphrey, Sandra Barker, Sue Perko, Sue Cochran, Nora Piper, Cheryl Cradis. Third Row: N.H.S. OFFICERS. First Row IL to Rl: Mr. Avers, Advisor, Char Ritz, Treasurer perger, Secretary, Rich Karash, President, Colin Murdock, Vice-President Miller, Jan Orehek, Carol Smith, Fourth Row: Carole Krapence, Richard Miller, Laura Ryder, Laura Vahcic, Marlene Blatnik, Donna Kobe, Janet Howell, Kathy Korosec, Mary Beth Kovach. Fifth Row: Connie Chiodo, Richard Fobritius, Bill Hertz, Chris Pinkney, Tam Walters, Chuck Hurwitch, Norm Stewart, Paul Debevec. -x 1 i Ii Kathleen Hunter, Susan Smith, Barb Ward, Sue Warner, Kathleen Emmert, Craig MacDonald, Tom Halbedel, Nick Perencevich, Denny Matko, Steve Barnett. Fourth Row: Margaret Reynolds, Eric Hertfelder, Harvey Goertz, Tom Bernlohr, John Lehr, Dennis Cebul, Chuck Malhue, Rick Baldini, Rich Courtney, Jeff Foust, Dan Praznovsky. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in N.H.S. is one of the most highly coveted honors a high school student may achieve. The N.H.S. pin recognizes academic ex- cellence, service to the school, lead- - ership, and, above all, character. A X X fx h f,,,' , sign of versatility and achievement, F I T' it is worn often and with pride. 5 Marilyn Mans- f A Q R I K - J 4 SCIENCE SEMINAR Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, affectionately abbreviated to maser, was only one of the many current advances in sci- ence investigated by the Joe Berg Science Seminar. Students in this year's enlarged program kept up with modern trends as they were addressed by scien- tists from the Cleveland area. Excursions to research sites furnished an opportunity to see theories and principles put into application. Whether learning how we really see, or exploring subiectivity versus obiectivity, seminar students gained a superior in- troduction to the world of the scientist. CHESS CLUB Among the lesser known species of extracur- ricular activities is the Chess Club. Tuesday of every week a few surprisingly ordinary looking people enter an empty classroom during the tenth period and commence playing chess while discussing any- thing that comes up, chess for instance. However, it is during these informal meetings that the mem- bers prepare themselves for forthcoming tourna- ments of wit materialized on chess boards. The club is small, but it proved potent enough to bring home a State High School Championship. SCIENCE SEMINAR. First Column IBottom to Topl: Bob Malinak, Bob Warzin, Craig Macdonald, Ray Frank, Dave Wilber, David Swaddell, Tom Doyle, Henry Deckman, Jim Burich. Second Column: Jan Tuckerman, Paul Debevec, Thom Frolich, Ron Surtz, Carol Frank, Eric Hertfelder, Les Kath, Dave Garland. Third Column: Sheryl Glicker, Barb Baker, Joyce Yerty, Pam Nada, Leslie Harris, Paul Gyongyos, Dan Kovatch, Chuck Cox. Fourth Col- umn: Sharon Tharp, Sonia Skrli, Ronald Karash, Richard Kershaw, William Millar, Bill Renninger, Chris Pinkney, Richard Masek, Ronald Masek. 'URSBSHQSF ggimd X ' ..-""'.-Q I- Q E- Xi. -w +A. CHESS CLUB. First Row QL to RJ: Wayne Rohricht, Earl Switalsky, Scott Winsor. Second Row: Dave Swad dell, Ken Rosenthal, Jim Tegel, Robin Hagberg, Carol Smith. MATH CLUB Dedicated to the prosecution of the controversial and the extraordi- nary of mathematics, the Math Club was once again managed and ad- dressed by its own members. This year the club concentrated upon an investigation of computer program- ming. When computer time at Case was obtained, the members set to work on practice problems. Under the guidance of Charles Reno, they devised programs tor such operations as finding factors, primes, and cube roots. MATH CLUB. First Row ll to Rl Paul Debevec John Lehr Pamela Nada Second Row Janet Hribar, Leslie Harris. Third Row Barbara Baker Paul Gyongyos Mr C Reno Carolyn Henry lot boardj. ca 56 KEY CLUB. First Row lL to Rl: Dale Glick, Vice-President, Colin Murdock, Treasurer, Larry Stapleton, President, Bill Beecham, Secretary. Second Row: Jerry Horton, Tony Rattini, Bill Miller, Paul Bright, Dave Wilber, Tom Zim- merman, Al Gutierrez, Jim Mack, Rick Karash, Gary Reed, Paul Debevec, Carl Hurwitch, Denny Cebul, Ray Frank, Dave Bell, Tom Schultheis, Bruce Hobzek, Richard Lewis, Jeff Fryer, Ronald Karash, Vince Hughs, Terry Trebec. Third Row: John Burns, Bob Watts, Paul Libby, Bob Rose, Jeff Kish, Greg Pike, Dudley Prisel, Tom Payne, Doug Demian, Dan Bentley, Henry Spolar, John McKiernan, Bill Millar, Bob Linsz, Dave Wilder, Tom Reed, Neal Wade, Rich Courtney, Tim Howe, Ted Goble. Fourth Row: Jim Crooke, Ken WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB. First Row ll to Rl: Susan Horsey, Beverly Holcomb, Paul Cox, Bill Millar. Second Row: Nancy Ulle, Sue Warner, Loni Prileson, Bonnie McArthur, Third Row: Barb Chovan, Dagmar Smiley, Elaine Begalke, vm - Barta, Dan Hoffman, Steve Bayer, Bill Cathcart, Jim McConocha, Richard Dunningham, Joel Sorich, Gregg Harper, Tom Aliancic, Ron Hrovat, Hans Pesch, Dan Liggett, Bob Pritiateli, Ron Surtz, Rich Fabritius, Bob Vicic, Neil Wagner, Dale Dieckmann, Robert Nakaii, John Allar, Craig Vernick, John Palmer, Larry Kimper. Fifth Row: Jerry Kish, Rich Baldini, Mike Fergus, Paul Gyongyos, Bill Hitty, Bill Vadnal, Jim Kurrent, Erick Hertfelder, Norm Stewart, Don Reisinger, Bill Hertz, John Komocar, Paul Tolchinsky, Rick Creveling, Greg Dane, Dave McKee, Glenn Forsythe, Dennis Lefond, Paul Pavlik, John Kovatch, Bill Hornsby, Bill Bertalan, Al Hongen, Chuck Cox, Dennis Race, Gary Zola. Janis Chopyak, Helen Fogel. Fourth Row: Frances Ulle, Marlene Blatnik, Roseanne Sarama, lda Jean Zisuzzo, Nancy Waschura. Fifth Row: Kathleen Nehls, Joyce McKibben, Steven Watts, ? ,ZW . , , . Y-" 'N' . ul sf' f fi ......Q' .L.".I.".?ll KEY CLUB The primary function of the Key Club is to serve the school and community. Key Club prospers on sales of peanut brittle, fruit cakes, Christmas trees, and Panther badges, while they manifest this pros- perity in their usefulness to Euclid. Although quan- titatively and qualitatively they are the greatest Key Club in the nation, they do not hesitate even to install lowly public garbage cans where they are needed. Beside the service committee, there is an active social committee which ensures an ample balance of fun for the hard-working members. POLITICAL AFFAIRS Eventually every subject from integration to au- tomation finds a place on the agenda of the Political Affairs Club. The debates are seldom according to rule, but the participants are always well informed and very eager to express their opinions. Contro- versy is the basis of the club, argument is the pur- pose. POLITICAL AFFAIRS. First Row KL to Rl: Georgia Ann Geer, Dee Totten, Linda Sherrill, Joyce Petit, Paul Cox, Linda Watson, Earl Switalsky, Paul Gyongyos. Second Row: Madeline Shantery, Bob Hagberg, Carol Smith, Scott Winsor, Dale Fenster, Tim Howe, Chris Braden, Richard Courtney. Third Row: Denny Bade, Ellie Vincent, Cheryl Brown, Joann Snowbrick, Chuck Cox, William Millar, Dennis Hocevar, Ken Rosenthal. Fourth Row: Jan WORLD AFFAIRS High school students generally choose to forget the many unpleasant problems of the world. How- ever, members of World Affairs Club have a more realistic attitude, for they are aware of these prob- Iems and choose to pursue the reasons and the solutions that lie somewhere within them. This club helps its members toward a better understanding of the world, and it prepares them to assume adult responsibility and leadership. 'Q Golan, Beverly Holcomb, Gail Gulbenkian, Susan Horsey, Dave Howe, Gerri Urbancic, Harry Deckman, Wayne Rohricht. Fifth Row: Bob Rose, Lionel Smith, Susan Smith, Suzanne Lohrey, Tom Rieder, Dan Praznovsky, Eileen Haase, Kingsley Guy. Sixth Row: John Burkhart, Chris Gregoric, Bonnie Mc- Arthur. 7 3 X v ,ls FOREMAN'S CLUB. lL to Rl: John Perrolt, Rick Koehler, Dave Lorence, Jim Mason, Joe Nach, Len Kulka, Dave Roll, Rich Lewis, Gene Eyer, Andy Kissel, Roger Stepp, Tom Nimelli, Mr. Nald, Don Hull. FOREMAN'S CLUB In everything there must be a leader and many who follow, an ln- dustrial Arts course is no exception. Certain boys, characterized by their unusual leadership and manual abili- ties, are chosen to assist in supervising and teaching these classes. Of such is the Foreman's Club composed. P. A. CLUB Among the many clubs hindered by the "great schedule change," the P.A. Club was faced with a major loss of activity. Those once cheerful morn- ing announcements were replaced by signs, bulletin boards, and occasional breaks in fourth period classes. Yet P.A. Club remained a necessary func- tion, with members prepared to han- dle any emergency announcements or technical problems. P.A. CLUB. First Row KL to Rl: Linda Shemitz, Diane Totten, Linda Kasunic. Second Row: Bob Lucci, Rick Baldini, Bill Sneller. Third Row: Martin Kelley, Bob Hagberg, John Maynard, Elyse Grimm. so l'I , 1 ' '- ' -nv .- '- 1-'1 Ns Zi w- fi' 3' li ., if . A I, '. 4,. ,:tl :L - I ,I . I .W A.F.S. STUDENT COMMITTEE. First Row lL to Rl: Jan Howell, Del Swain, Danette DiBiasio, Suzanne Lohrey, Sue Warner, Nora Piper. Second Row: John Amos, Wade Schuelle, John Lehr, Rick Karash. STUDENT SUPPLY STORE. Firsl Row lL lo Rl: Kalhy Courler, Sue Perko, Mr. Amster, Barbara Krippner, .lan Heinlein, Luba Hodakievic, Linda Sherrill, Manager, Adele Swain. Second Row: Rich Collins, Jeff Foust, Don Medved, Russ Johnson, Gerri Urbanic, Kathy Zalilil, Roberta Kelly. Third Row: Don Reider, Kim Hashagen. 1 Tc. ... E f rrugqj AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COMMITTEE Members of the A.F.S. Student Committee perform two services for the school, they act as a welcoming committee to the foreign exchange student, and they assist in the pre- sentation of the foreign films by mak- ing posters and collecting tickets. AI- though their work is not widely rec- ognized, it is important because it helps a very significant organization, the American Field Service, to run smoothly. STUDENT SUPPLY STORE In order to cope with this year's population explosion, the bookstore was moved from its former "cubby hoIe" to a larger and more suitable location. Sales promotion, although deprived of the traditional morning announcements, included signs, holi- day decorations, contests, and of course, Mr. Amster's persuasive voice. EucIid's first combination book and supply store, carrying a stock that ranged from Lord of the Flies to cough drops, was a convenience for both students and teachers. fmt more ' M9135 I 019112 , I' v... 3 .X -"' ' f' 1 TSS'-. mb' mx fin 60 SKI CLUB. First Row ll lo Rl: Elyse Grimm, Sylvia Barcovic, Joan Whittaker, Betty DuRose, Linda Kasunic, Vicki Regalbuto, Nikki Phillips, Rosemary Bosetin, Linda Miller, Carol Webb, Judy Frustere, Pam Slocomb, Sheryl lefkowitz, Jane Mika, Jan Golan, Robin Hanna. Second Row: Betty Preston, Andi Daskivich, Karen MacDonald, Sally Swaney, Kenneth VanDeveer, Beth Knox, lynn Humphrey, Sharon Gerl, Jill Haddock, Guy larussi, Paul Beck- with. Third Row: Kris Carter, Donna Moretti, Lois Dodds, Paula Schulte, Mike Harris, Linda Akraboff, Sandi Cable, John Benner, Judy Springer, Carol Nenadal, Joyce McKibben, Cathy Nenadal, Larry Grigsby, Larry Pow- ers. Fourth Row: Ken Rowe, Bob Kozlevcar, Len Brazee, Gail Neithercott, Jim Miller, Wayne Gould, Dennis Race, Bruce Bluminstein, AI Podboy, Chuck Phillips, Bill Hornsly, Nancy Linsley, Karen Weseli, Bob Plescia, Joe Urbanick. Fifth Row: Ken Kucharski, Terry Trebec, Bob Paulsen, Glen Foster, Tom Stahre, Don Miller, Ed Racich, John Maynard, Bob Statz, Doug Lilley, Peggy Hocevar, Madeline Bir, Becky Pate, Cathy Straughan, Linda Shemitz, Bill Yanchar. WAI NAPOLO OFFICERS. lL to Rl: Barb Bradford, President, Jack Wilson, Vice-President, Mary Kloskv, Secretary, Tom Tumbrey, Treasurer. WAI NAPOLO Bound together by some espirit de corps and a few wild parties, the Swim Club is one of the most closely- knit organizations in the school. The primary activity of its members is to aid in teaching the swimming classes, a commission well-merited through their knowledge of strokes, experi- ence, and perfection in diving. When not engaged in teaching or parties, Wai Napolo prepares for the annual Swim Show, that spirited spectacular of music, skits, and synchronized swimming. f X .- . ff f ' A ,. if .Q ' . I fi ' SKI CLUB Students following such ordinary pursuits as chess, football, music, or iournalism can find an outlet for their interest in the schooI's extra-curricular program. Until this year, those possessed with a yearning for skiing could only contain it or seek satis- faction outside the school. The creation of EucIid's Ski Club relieved this deficiency. Its new members gave up Saturdays to iourney to Mount Chalet, where they pursued this vigorous and unusual sport. SWIM CLUB. First Row IL to Rl: Doris Young, Judy Strausbcugh, Eileen Rogers, Judy Hocevar, Sandy Borstead, Lindo Zust, Peggy Dobnikar, Sherri Downen. Second Row: Char Hildebrand, Sandy Barker, Bonnie Swanson, Michele Kmet, Linda Ralls, Linda Tiffany, Sue Reider, Donna Moretti. Third Row: Michael Harris, Marsha Dunker, Carol Ostrander, Beth Hodder, Paula -.y'.' , 5 Mfr... , . V T, 5 ef-'ff ,,-'I 2- f3:-Wea. ,Q Schulte, Barb Ward, Dave Robb, Bob Paulsen. Fourth Row: Tom Brennan Neil Wade, Bill Sweeney, Ted Goble, Bob Nakcii. Fifth Row: Dave Wilder Gary Zola, Ken Miller, Ed Mauser, Rich Kershaw, Bill Millar, Chuck Mallue Dave Lilley, Edward Racich, Craig Vernick. i -X. 5 I 2 . 6- ,X S- , i. I '- , I 2 U f v 4- "' . ' vi. yt J' , ?i A-' .. rr. 5 2' Q 2 GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB "Line up!" is the familiar cry of the girls' leader at the beginning of her class period. She can re- member when she first made this call, feeling self- conscious as she stood before thirty pairs of eyes. Gradually, she developed confidence in herself, and G.L.C. First Row KL to RJ: Donna Romano, President, Judy Urankar, Vice President, Sandi Williams, Secretary, Carole Allen, Treasurerg Bonnie Budas, Historian, Jane Schulty, Jan Rose. Second Row: Norma Crone, Kathy Ulle, Judy Kozlevcar, Mary Ellen Bogatay, Kim Hashagen, Gerri Urbancic, Danette DiBiasio. Third Row: Kathy Karosec, Anne now her daily command never lacks authority. She has learned how to handle and lead a class with the assurance that they will follow and respect her. Soon the dismissal bell rings, and one hears her yell, "You're excused!" The students file out the door. Stepic, Mary Wolanski. Fourth Row: Lynne Mocilnikar, Nancy Yeray, Maggie Lynch, Linda Burris. Fifth Row: Loretta Henikman, Char Bokal, Sue Cochran. Sixth Row: Pat Theil, Sonia Skrli, Gail Gulbenkian. Sev- enth Row: Joan Pureber, Jean Petkovsek, Shirley Tarantino, Kathy Courter. Y .fF,J"'ffP . 441, ts Girl athl Q 0" etes develop muscles, skill, and sportsmanship in G.A.A. G.A.A. OFFICERS, IL to Rl: Dee Totten, Maggie Lynch, Kim Hashag " 1 lv '-A l Euclid's world of sports is open to female participation through the Girls' Athletic Association. Not all of the members are particularly skilled, but most have the spirit and interest that provide tor competition and a good game. ln after-school tournaments, teammates share the excitement of activity and the friend- ships upon which the teams are based. The individual contest of pitcher versus batter, and the unity behind a strong volleyball squad are all part of a club encouraging fun. Involving more than the sport, G.A.A. means a noisy gym, a cheer for the opponent, a powder fight, and al- ways a laugh. 64 GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB "Line up!" is the familiar cry of the girls' leader at the beginning of her class period. She can re- member when she first made this call, feeling self- conscious as she stood before thirty pairs of eyes. Gradually, she developed confidence in herself, and G.L.C. First Row IL to Rl: Donna Romano, Presidentp Judy Urankar, S Vice President, Sandi Williams, Secretary, Carole Allen, Treasurer, Bonnie Budas, Historian, Jane Schulty, Jan Rose. Second Row: Norma Crone, Kathy Ulle, Judy Kozlevcar, Mary Ellen Bogatay, Kim Hashagen, Gerri Urbancic, Danette DiBiasio. Third Row: Kathy Korosec, Anne nd Reggie Korthals. 555511,-2, M 5 ., gh 'V Ad Club members give fans a stamp and a punch 1 Q , ,,5..-ff' ' 0 4-,,,...e....t.,.-.-.-.-- ,M s .., , new x, 'xx 9. ,,...w- rw' 6' M QQ 6 C7 x if es 17' 9.2 l 3 l l 4 SPIRITS. Top to Bottom lL to Rl: Rickie Hurlburt, President, Norma Crone, Greg Dane, Jan Howell, Gretchen Havreburg, Burke Hyne, Mr. Wisniewski, Sponsor, Connie Keller, Bobbie Rochkar, Sandi Williams, John Graafmeyer, Danette DiBiasio, Linda Roberts, Del Swain, Ted Goble, Tom Halbedal. Being in Spirits doesn't make us saints. SPIRITS CLUB Spirit. School spirit exists in an intangible and fleeting form and often needs encouragement. The Spirits Club provides the necessary spark. Gliding about at secret night l meetings, the "spirits" leave their marks on posters displayed in the halls and signs distributed on the days of sports events. As subtly as they promote enthusiasm, they mask their identities as true spirits. , f 5 'x NMQ I- N5 4 if Q i I I A '5 Y ,S Ai youflz i5 flue olaporfunify fo alo Jomeflzing anal fo Lemme 50WLeAOJg. .7 manger 167 68 X ,JH 1-, l? SENIORS A poet might have written: "Oh! To be in Euclid as a senior." An anthropologist would have commented upon the senior oli- garchy. A biologist might have studied the various levels of or- ganization among the classes. Yet all would agree that the seniors occupy a superior position at Euclid High. To deprive the school of the senior class would deprive it of its main source of heroes, its largest producers of school spirit, and its most abundant collectors of honors. The senior class contains more dreamers standing on the welcome mats of their dreams, more mixed-up emotion scrambled into one group and more opinionated people than any class in the school. Frivolity and extremity accompany the senior year. Seniors guided by the notion that an end should be glorious, attend count- less graduation parties, exert their authority over the underclass, and scream class supremacy. However, there is a serious aspect to the senior year which is often overlooked. What is to follow graduation? College? A summer job? Does Uncle Sam really want me? Questions affecting a lifetime are answered, and the sobriety of the decision demonstrates that the senior year is one of thought as well as of gaity. unwnranzxqr .uma we-lunlanw-is . . H v . ,V .x. v www- My - ,. -cu-sv .1-nv -1.-gn., .W ra. 169 Judy Adamszewskl John Adkins Diana Alexander Patricia Alexander Thomas Aliancic Carole Allen Susan Allen David Amos John Amos Susan Anderson Carol Andrew Myron Apple John Aten Alison August Stuart Babin Diana Bacon Daniel Baer John Bailey Jacqueline Balogh Jay Bammerlin Paul Banaszek Sylvia Barcovic David Barnes Kenneth Barta Q7 2 CY 'v 2 i Joanne Baran James Baranowski Patricia Barbafo sw' X ?,1.,,g5,,,wi OT KH 47 j' --X- 1.5 , -. 'J' ' ' m 1,eQ A . Marilyn Barbic SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Sitting: Mary Ann Minnillo, John Graafmeyer. Standing: Ed Pesec, Ann Schultz 'UN 4-lg F- 72 "'f'-'Q-f pw . 1 ,v 1,3 -xg ,ix VS.. NXT Q Xxx ., Ai. 2 5- 'X . Q my 7' I 'V X A After Christmas, Seniors give the aluminum tree a tinselectomy. ,qi - f Kenneth Bateman Gerald Baum Bill Beacham James Belanich Marcy Becker Barbara Beckwith Elaine Begalke Rose Belanich Linda Belavich Donald Belian Gail Bell it if .of g ,ir - , Q ,,.,,.,:s X' '!""' ll' T 13 SENIOR CLASS CABINET. Firsl Row ll lo Rl: Sandy Cinco, Judy Lilley, Barb Spring, Donna Germovsek, Donna Romano, Barb Hille, Nancy McNab. Second Row: Norm Slewart, Rick Karash, Don Belian, Sam Rockwell, Ken Takacs, linda Fox, Mary Ellen Bogalay, Bill Miller, Paul Tolchinsky, Dave Amos, James Rosipko. Daniel Bentley Darlene Benvenulo Nils Berglund Barbara Bilyk Harold Blackburn Ronald Beno Gary Bernstein E! ,,.. 3 V41 ni? W 'ZZ' i F-5- . . Ev I 2 ll ,J lx? Ray Bermond James Blankschaen Marlene Blafnik 95 N. 4:37 'vw- 74 Y? 2, z fix Susan Blafnik Diane Bone She loves me! ,fl .Mx 'N' A r iv Kurt Blumensfein Michael Bocskey Mary Ellen Bogalay Donna Bone Mary Lou Booth Sandy Borgsleadl 1 2 l l -q.X 1 Bonnie Boldin Rosemary Bosefin Jeanne Boyd Walter Boyer Ss? w. :AQ if 1 'fn Q 3 ": S' Aff I 5 Q-av 1 L x if Q-'-v 3 Wi "J V27 All -fra fe- 15"- fu? in-fl' Shirley Bradack Barbara Bradford Thomas Brennan Michele Breskvar Margaret Brown Cheryl Browning Edward Bugos Donald Burhenne Janet Brazalovics Roger Brezec Diane Brule James Burich Karen Breen Denise Brennan Ellen Brigden Jacqueline Brown Bonnie Budas Donna Budinsky John Burkhart Karen Burns 'I7 7 ,Casimir . gs' , x , J' up-s. 2 v :ug """'1- fn. J 1 1 3 Se A v Yaf- ' Say Q , . , , . 'W' ?5f'if"Q-59594-a 2:"'f"I":H3?5'? Q 4-:-.w-:iz-1'-ice.-V-1.1-.-,-.-:-.,Wff.m-.-,.'-Y::,:..:'::Q,T 5, K Gs f rs? 9- -- f 1, 'Ii.r:3'r - 1 1 J WIP.-A lamb ,:5?tf' as -"'Ww vm-'H---ef 'Q Q 'QAVZ Linda Burris Frank Calabro Josephine Capretti Ellen Carlson Leslie Carlson Constance Carroll Edward Carroll Jo Ell Carruthers George Casey Linda Cebron I A jig I J-,sf-t ws M is Just gimme the facts miss, lust the facts. John Cerne Joanne Cesnik Elaine Chaunce Donald Cherne -an 1, xvwii- R-1.x.,. . -:H - .- . ' , if ' ,saw .., I Q' x Qrrtff em' ci? VM! m Xi qi' 1 'X 1 Judith Coleman 'vs .-4 E' VL fn 1 .Q ,N, 3 All Doris Collins it But officer, if he was going to stay parked, he should have signaled. K9 Connee Chiodo Janis Chopyak Rosemary Cicqo Sandra Cinco Linda Cipriani Robert Cirino Jill Collins is - Richard Collins YW? Alan Consllio ! - 177 5 , ' 'G ri! ' 0 it 1 3 il. .' .QR A ' rg A 0: ,Q lu' -fa: n' .' l A .u l 3 "'--r Yr-v ""'Q., Sandra Cook Gloria Cornwell Kathleen Covert Richard Creveling qt"-'-v Dennis Coolidge l up ..-Jy 15 Dean Cost I don't know what this strange girl's doing in the office. Paul Cox Timothy Coy Bruce Coyle Judith Craig Norma Crone Mary Ellen Dailey Joan Damberger Michele D'Amico ar D fu? 'ful 'YZTJ-'Y 'R KQV' 't?'7 Nan? -ug-4' X Q Gregory Dane Frank Davis Fred Davis Lorraine Deans Robert Deans Lynn Debeliak Patricia Deegan Donald Dibarfolomeo 75x fX 1 Sandra Davis Diane Day Pat Debeliak Paul Debevec Douglas Demian Joseph DeWitt Gene DiNardo Jean DiPuccio Vx 'sz' -4F"'x 23 VITY i' 6'- ...19 F' '---X vi ...xx Magdaline Dobnikar Anita Dombrowski Larry Domin P I na' Ut:-nur if au Donovan Sharon Downen Charles Do I ' y e Jerry Dragonette Sharon Dremk Linda Dufko We feel preffy! I Janet Dvornik 2 4 if Q 'ld ,'-iq' ' Okay, Shiflyl How many checkers ya got up your sleeve? Joseph Eckenrode Dorothy Eckerman Maxine Edmonds Joyce Ellis Nancy Emser Elizabeth Erzen Marianne Erzen Helen Esfvander Dale Evans Eugene Eyer Monica Fabec Richard Fabritius Constance Fallon Mary Ann Faska Andrew Fende 4 Q 'uf' r b 1 'K , -ww lla- fi 'E -79 , 44 f Q ' 1-QS - Xt "H-... if WW X 2 r Fx V 'ii I X Y --"2 IW " ' I .,,.... f, I1 ffl- N-. I D ss 'MI 'G-v-H' sin- P3 ev- N-f 'Mar AF' Cv Ronald Ferrel Marilyn Fogel Linda Fox Mariory Frost FIS- John Fleshin Frank Forgione Sandra Froom Judy Fruslere Joseph Focarelo Richard Fochf Helen Fogel Sally Forker Glen Foster Douglas Fox Dear sophomore, Welcome to Euclid High. - l l 7 7 II! v 6 flip 1:27 5 Marlene Fuchs Carol Gabrenya Ronald Gabriel 1. 1' .5 5.5 tr-17 'H-'P Richard Gainar Linda Galaida William Gant David Garland Ted Gasser Donald Gasler Diane Geisky Shirley Gere Donna Germovsek Susan Gill Rqymgnd Fuergf Anytime now, someone is bound to get up and yell Victory. 7-N 'iv 84 f Q-W' ' 1 A"- , " . 1...a. 'jr anf"'!. -'UD ,qu--. ,,u-ez .4-M Ps r.- ixgqt. .R ' gif All 4' 5, ,L R'- rf' " ' , 4,.,m , . 1 -. 13453. Q J In ' I L i" ,, -55:1 X 't 2 :ff J . V " 15 -V.. -. 2 - ' ' U A . V::,I,.jA ,,.-4,51 ,, 1,..--,if-N -,Hi ,. W 'V NM '11 Y3mx.1.v2.f't -3-U '-w.-.3 V. ... .zvmmuv Thomas Gilliotti Janis Golon Bonnie Gingell Sharon Gombach What's the madras with this dress? -'N ,...., Ili fr X Ted Goble James Gorslene Judy Gozoski Brian Glick Joyce Goodwin Mary Ellen Goiak "For they're fine upstanding, patriotic, healthy normal American Boys! X ,- John Graafmeyer Mary Beth Green Patricia Greer Christine Gregoric Carol Grill Justina Grillo Elyse Grimm John Groce Rosemary Gross Donna Grubac Karen Guenther Sandra Guild Kathleen Gustetic Judith Guth Linda Guttmann Anita Habian Robert Hagberg Beth Hahn Rosemarie Hall Judith Hallock 6 Queen Kim is crowned. R0blf1 Hanna Gregory Harper Leslie Harris Donald HClfl1CIWC1Y Gretchen Havreberg Eloise Haynes ,N I QE V UN-QQ. . A Av! Z ,gin xi. N l' , hr' if l an ss! IT" Michael Holler Linda Hamilton Thomas Harwood Dari Heben 3 li. sb 4. t 'ZF Sandra Halterman Edna Hanes Kimberly Hashagen Karen Heckert 5 ' if . 14? , - av , . ,A - , 1 V. ::. 5,3 'Y' -.X Q I D J, . el 3? ff W N 1'5- S .-p me-, il QQ 'fi .bw- Qfxr . 'WN ft, ng 14 X 5 l? lr ' F vs ' 17-1" ffi. A qv? David Henderson Diane Henderson Carolyn Henry Lawrence Henwood Ronald Herbst Barbara Herrschaft William Hertz Bobbie Hill Barbara Hille William Hobson lt's amazing what books can do for you. Norman Hobzek Judy Hocevar Cynthia Hoedt Dennis Hoernig fl 7 Bernard Hohs Susan Horsey Janet Howell Robert Hula 141 111 1 9? A ..oW , ,A-, ,ff QRKNWQ xx of J 2,1 Ni J Beverly Holcomb Dennis Holmes Constance Holwiclz John Horton Kenneth Hrovat Donald Hull I g'f""f'i?' 47N Sl vnu 'V QW'-'9' Larry Hopkins David Howe James Hula Carl Hurwitch 1237 ,au ,wht 'hr' 'P' 1? Daniel Hylkema Burke Hyne 'U' YA-4 d'V:-at ff" J s. Fu. ,Q Q41-' Mary Hynes Joseph Ivanko Carol Iwanski Robert Jackson Diane Janis Don Jenkins Katherine Jernelclc Lawrence Jevnikar 90 These "!'?if:i:f:"! punts iusfwon'fsfc1y up! l K r 65+ . 1 'Hg 9 Il' A Robert Johnson Roberto Johnston Kathleen Jonoitis Bruce Jones Suzanne Jones Richard Jost Ed Judice Rita Juskc QI ,uv Nicholas Kaczur Patricia Kane Carol Katalenac Cheryl King AIMQ. U is 'U5 M . Richard Kaehler David Kaprosy Gary Kafller Dolores King vii fi TTT' '--1 'ff' SI' .fi ' 'Ja ' at 9 ' V xt X ' x J Y-- , 1 lcv C7 ii LJ lv tr H 3 Thomas Kaib John Kale James Kane Richard Karash Ted Karpy Donna Kaselak Connie Keller Nadine Kendra Roberf Kermavner Gerald King Linda Kipp Andrew Kissel X P AW? we 23 QP "..':ff' IX Laureen Kitko Anna Klancar Donald Klann Brenda Klavora Kenneth Klug Betty Knock Jean Knoch Joyce Knoch Joel Koci Karen Koepke Kathleen Kolegar Richard Koller Kathy Korosec Mary Korthals Raieanne Korthals Mary Ann Kostansek SJ wmv David Kteinhenz Donna Kobe John Komocar Joyce Kotnik M 'wg 92 291, rf' I .1 46' - aine Koval ary Beth Kovatch udy Kozlevcar ean Krzepina Sb Allen Kovar Joan Kozak Carole Krapence Edmunds Kuchling "7 .Tim Wonder who that cute kid in the picture is? Linda Krecic Barbara Krepshaw Kathy Krince Leonard Kulka Richard Lakatosh Gayle Lang , ax.-zz .,., . V1 fmt" ' ' L 4 4""'w ,F was TW? qw-G' in-9' 1. 1 1. - 94 ee r "" X 756 That's how I get rid of all my report cards. HOVVY I-Un9hC'm Sue LaPorte John Larkin Wayne Lasch Eric Lqrgen Barbara Leach Marilyn Leber Richard Lee Grant Leeper Fred LaPor1'e Heidi Lasnik Sheryl Lefkowifz 4- -. Qt .ag I, .1 ,. lfqfi Ralf ""'f5 Z' 'F Q-f-f ' li Q 71 4411 15 QD fi' x I' K2 1 1 XA Pearl Lefor Harold Lemmons Richard Lewis Richard Lewis 3' . ix .., A an cfv ' iv' Robert Leland Elizabeth Lesiak me and be my love -1 'ii Z? 15 ""'7 bf' ff? 'UN Gary LoConti David Lorence Arlene Lucha Margaret Lynch fs as , 40-5 The Cheryl Lofgren Michael Lorenzo Ralph Luffler Fred Lytle V7 55 enola ka Tl? AA .l 'SZ' ,lf 1 V+- X, l -' l "- .5-if ' Q,,., . Michele Mackey Ronald Macks Allan Malz Marilyn Mansperger Whal do you mean a hall pass? Can't you see it's r Donald Madey Loretta Marincic aining? , FN ww V:-:K 'Rf tg jg' Joseph Mahovlic Carole Malovic Joel Marino James Marsey Marian, you didn'f eaf lemonade chocolate pie! and 'I97 98 we-if Rita Marthin Richard Masek James Mason Martin Mazzei 'ilzqf' in im James Martucci Ronald Masek Nancy Mateikowski Judith McCarthy 1 , 1-, agp.. R. Fashion day in the Euclidian Office. Terry May Keith McDerment Loretta Mayher Alice McDonnell John Maynard George Mcllrath if of ...v-JM' 'Af' A S " gfv ' , rf' "V 3'-'wk G? -wwf f Qx Q--1 i . , ls'-L " ., B., ,' V, s.-l, H iw, ,ax b KV N N . J 'ai 'TN ' g-15' ff ' ' "N J. .' Q di M- , J iw, J-iq ' My . 1' -. . Q, . " X - " x 5 N- ' f " - .- fi 'rv " , ' 'W VP- it '33 J xi ' . ,S ,,,g:1- i- . , , - 1 ' fl an vit' Q 'M' A xy ' on . - .-..iSA ,.. ,, A W, Y , f'M 1 if X M 1..r' f-Y if as qu-.Q X111 fx YW? sv- J fgx' ..-av' f! 'QF' Linda McKee Joyce McKibben Patricia McKnight Nancy McNab Linda Mehls Judith Mervis Nancy Meyers Jane Mika Valerie Miklausich Dennis Miklavic Dave Mikolsky JoAnn Mikovich James Milavec Louis Milazzoffo Lawrence Miller Lenore Miller Linda Miller Patricia Miller Richard Miller William Miller 199 f' fha ig! Barbara Mills Rosalie Milone Barbara Modlin Carol Monfsch David Morgan Carol Mog Cameron Moore Mike Morgan AQ 4' V7 fri. -a-A . .v 3, ff 1 Mary Ann Minnillo Duane Mohoric Norma Morell Sharon Morse Lf turf Dale Mochan Lynne Mocilnikar You mean this isn'f the boys' locker 2 1, l'0Om C-A -f ,.. . .--L. wr, . 3 3 ,ans 41' Y-.UV 200 YZ? 'W Colm Murdoch 'S 11:67 Robert Muehleisen Marsha Mullenix Lynn Murphy nQ 5, L Q" K5 fx 123' Cole Murray James Muth Cynthia Nagode Linda Nolepa James Nebe Kathleen Nehls Susan Nelson Kenneth Nemerovsky ,.- ?-, 5 Q Ki if ,-7 K Qs Q--Y ...Y 202 . , iii' r we , i. 3 N fig ,Kr-s ,fm I, me ' ,y The Q e W 1 " L X -4 .W ,,, In X X t-. Xml' 'I' 1 3' .rx 'P K l f T? 'rf -,Q 1 rf i lu fi C 'A fl -rw 'we .4 V , W- ' f Q1 3 9 2 V , N -5 , nfx ' 1 . ' .rw , , , x S-rv X. 'Ss A ,:"NI T""Y 1' 'N Carol Nenadal Cathy Nenadal David Nesbett Laurel Nestlerode Kenneth Nickel Thomas Nimelli Cheryl Niswender Ari' Noch June Novotny Thomas Ockunzzi Charlotte Ogoreuc Shirley Ogrin Leslie Onderdonk Gary O'NeiIl Dennis Opdahl Janice Orehek T""'Y L-nd' 26 'YT' NTT -vvfi ff-Q.. f'Y 162-'Y Jack Neumore Gerald Norsic Judd Oiler Patricia Oren sem' .5 .4-v-my i ,ah-'A :Uh ae!! T fi' 'L J n . V nys' 'I 0 I ff- ,A S C"rb Mary Ormston .lanel Osfkar Mary Lynn Paganle Roy Palenschal' Michael Paller Carol Panichi Albert Paolo Sharon Papalko VW, And if's off to football practice. 2 204 Z. t of .. 1 Carol Papp Donna Parcher Edward Pesec Jacqueline Peterka Jordan Patronis Kathy Patton Gary Peters Carol Peterson Linda Pawlus Lynn Payne Richard Peterson Thomas Petrochic Janet Pearn John Perrottl I! it L 'P vs' 1 fi J 5' t 51, - . I w"'X gf . jv .if J, Ae' se, V P" -gr 09, 1 11 'Q' f 'F M r ,ik 't '. ' ' J' , ii S 'MFL 3 ' Q fr 1 ' . Q. XX E ., A t, , . 'J 5-E., . ,, - I . 'xi' ' ' , J 15 M -Hef- Q .E LS P4 405 ' Anthony Petruzzt Ntkkl Phllllps Duane Perhck Hans Pesch James Pletro Karen Plke 4"" IU' Q."7 "'- Judifh Pirc gf- Fifi .- Christopher Pinkney JoAnne Pinto Sharon Piotrowski John Graafmeyer prepares for finals. Darlene Piscopo Thomas Plikerf James Powahe Jerome Powalie fs 42 93:11 'iff f-sf 19" 5 'fix 205 206 - John Pozun Lenore Rast Gary Reed Carol Reese fa Maureen Pratt Cynthia Reba Robert Priiateli Patricia Redding Wanna see a two-second pin?! Ds 'CTTIP Q -ss' L-if WUT' Carol Puiver Sharon Pylick Arthur Reder Richard Redmond J 'val Wi' v-' S.,- fv- E' L, 1,1-'C' J. jf' , to 5 Caroline Reeves Victoria Regalbuto John Reichenbach William Reinke Don Reisinger Rae Res Raymond Riggs Carol Rinehart Charlotte Ritz Linda Roberts Barbara Robich Roberta Rochkar Samuel Rockwell Sandra Rodencic Eileen Rodgers l don't believe elephants really wear tennis shoes. 207 208 vnu...-r Robert Roesch Linda Rogers X Cheryl Roland David Roll Donald Romano Donna Romano Mike Romano Jackie Roschy Janet Rose James Rosipko Diann Ross John Roth Jo Anne Rouse Jane Rowland l 1. I --N -'xr X 0 uv V Sr S iii- gn-nav 'v it -yum. I wff' ' x THU, i- ---x 11-Us :ea " , Xi, X Robert Schiemann Mary Schneller - I know what he's going after. Margaret Rupar Laura Ryder Diane Salyan Roger Sanderson Roseanne Sarama R0nClld 5GI'Stedt Margo Schaffer John Schaser Gail Scheid Patricia Scherer ft , if gi i M I J i I tw' tr 194' K' ,V 209 Jonathan Schroefer John Scott Carol Serkownik ,arf E - -Pf . f-Y e ,,, " . -':Fsz. -K 'Fir-Q - T' is r"" 'ir NZ? 'Xl Q-ff Now where did l file my staff? Lai 'af , 'fbs NJ' C27 '3'1" 41 1K .1 ,li il", 'Z Y? ix 5 'fri' Linda Sherrill JoAnn Shirk Karen Siar LaVonne Siegel Cynthia Shields Barbara Shuber Carol Sidman George Sirga Denise Shinosky Edward Shurman Donna Siedler Elaine Sirko 212 Wiavlf John Sivec Karen Skolski Roberta Skeivis Sheila Skoll Irma Skrouf I was iusf looking of George. i F1 Mcrylyn Skully Pamela Slocomb I5 an V1 Linda Smink 1 5 Q - . --4 36 ,p--1 0 F if 6 'f"7fI I 'fue' Esther Sluga Sandra Smifh Dennis Spare Terry Springer i 15 Carolyn Smith John Smolic Joyce Splisfiser Roger Sprochi if? cz, . ij... t lv ' 2271 fvli fL'K4 ' Sf!-1 V GLX 5 , Lionel Smith Lucille Smilh Marie Smilh William Sneller Jo Anne Sovich Elaine Sowul Henry Spolar Barbara Spring Annastachia Springer George Spuhler Thomas Stahre Suzanne Sfankiewicz 2 214 D fl YXXN Us ji X-eff WX ' TT' lt? ,A J tl Bruce Stanley Judith Stanley Lawrence Stapleton Barbara Starostanko Allan Steich Carl Steinfurth Kenneth Stevenson Norbert Stewart Robert Statz Terry Steklassa Judy Strausbaugh Linda Strnisha Cynthia Steagler Anna Stepic Margaret Strazisar Elaine Sturm Z1 5... Marcia Steagler Cheryl Stepina Joan Strnad David Summers ,Q -' . 'N ,f ' -E RV!! l V. psi . -f '::jj.1.ts1,e cgi' .1 . 2 X 5 Ronald Surfz John Susfersic Darl Suffon Adele Swain Quo-v T' 216 ., ,W ,A " af' '27 .gm Pi' mfr? ax Kenneth Takacs Richard Tarantino Phillip Tartaglia Nancy Teegardin James Tegel What do you mean Reichenbach who? l James Tekavec Nlargaret Tekavec Estelle Terranova Linda Thamer Dennis Thayer Patricia Thomas .f 4525? -' 11. ' 's , .. - 2- T N -1 Ov' 1 ilu? in 1 W N A Q yi AP' 'N , Cl- ig JY TX ..,-x R3 vf s YY- . if f'x9'f if v . L Smile Deon or I II break every one of your fingers Paul Tolchinsky Beverly Tramfe ,Pg YZ" 218 Margaret Traxler Barbara Truskolaski Sandra Tucceri Katherine Ulle Nancy Ulle James Ullestad Amber Urbancek Geraldine Urbancic Joseph Urbanick Laura Vahcic Raymond Van Ooyen Rosemary Vatty Kathleen Turk Elizabeth Unick Leonard' Uronis Jerome Vencl Frances Ulle Judith Urankar Robert Usalis Marilyn Verbic SS fs: f .4--X ax ri'- . IUP- 'iv' lx. '43 l R V .5 'li 13" 4 " , , -e , I ,yeh X Q ,AJ 4 ' 'W "1 sv X fu? ' - fi rw , 1 , 1 . 0 C -ma- Zzy ' Q0 N M 9: X . 3 . S4 1 -1, 'FL so OK 5' 'bn C1 '5- 5? nv-x 'Us Can 5 ls...- 137 ia.:-0 George Verner Cheryl Vernick John Viburs Maria Vocaturo Sigrid Von Rekowski Judith Vorhees Thomas Waiters Marion Wasenda '40 wgj' Finders . . . keepers! -at? Marie Vovko David Vrh Dale Walfermire 73: iifiifly Steven Wahs Susan Watts Carol Webb 11+ 417- 1, is 'I' A r. J 'Eg' Y' 7 -QQ ZW' CTT? 1'-"" c-S 2,5 Z P 219 220 A 13S S S c 'Q -Q-35' ' 1,3615 jr .,,. V Q. 52 e 3 if X X-V 1 nf 'IN K Aw' QQ' s-:uf ffl 'iff-5' Michael Weber Modonna Weeks Ellen Wehrle Beverly Werley Frances Wervey Geoffrey Whitaker Joan Whillaker Joseph Wicks Diane Wilkes Jacqueline Wilkinson Sandra Williams Susan Willson Laura Wiltine Nicole Wohlgemuth fi? X Em QE Jack Wilson Craig Winder Waller Wislum J vi l i i Us gx , practical work experience. First Row DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA provides seniors with ll to Rl: Terry Staklassa, Arlene Lucha, Sharon Tamasello, Barb Truskolaski, Bambi Urboncic. Second Row: Jim Rosipko, Jim Powalie, Jerry Norsic, Ann Klancar, Alice McDonnell. Third Row: Elaine Sirko, Jean Krzepina, Karen Hearn, Maxine Edmonds, Mr. Caylor, Jerry Powalie, Dave Thompson, Bobbi Johnston, Jim Hula, Linda Kipp. Mary Wolanski Larry Wright 41 Q- TWC S Q-1-ff' Walter Wolanski Susan Wright 1'-. 159 Alan Wolf Penny Wolf Jean Wrenn Sue Ann Yager Veronica Yager Tony Yanni ll xv T7 .i 1 , 4 ,,f- K fN I ,MA ff is 7- ? F 222 5 47 fig Annie Youdell Catherine Zanghi K . 51: -uef""f 38.1 Nancy Yeray L 'X Diane Yoger Denise Young Gayle Zanyk ?' if Big feet? These are the boxesg I threw the shoes away. Doris Young James Zaas Sandra Zdanowicz Joanne Zdara " ' """-.. i ' H731 ill, -1:4 H .KV-in t -:E it -1 tl H.: I A: -f' V Y J K vt ' Qi Iv ,. 52 1' - V-L ., 4-, - 1 A-,J ,..,. .. s ,Q Sb - - ff ,Qi 5' V' : .:z,,,:A . .wi E- ye .. x--:-A --:a'1,:,y, 134.4526-,1:-:-iffzff .".r.1::lI.45F-1 9--1' ::r'1r:g-:fr -'hh ' iih' Anton Zadnik Victoria Zielaskiewicz -QS" 1- ww wi . "TY eb W XX X 1 tQl.:Qa5' F Q X af' r.-. -......? Aw, come on. Fried worms aren't so body open up. '5-n. Y ix J N. Wg 'Til ,nr f-w lf- A ' . H, 5 +' E x ffm, V . 10" D" "AS: .Af ' X QL. P5 f 55 's fv- tlig 'K 5, Q---v ,, I ki V Carol Zimmerman David Zoiler Connie Zurlo Lindo Zusf 223 I X 'eff rsvp, 5'45 'x vi Y., .1 -- ko , h O F F' I , if 'N A ' F, Q Q bx :qw .xgaluerfiding n0u,ri5!Le5 Me commming power of man . . . 6AbLI'CAiff 257 THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FUR QUALITY ,V . 1 -4 X -,- J .-- , " I - " .' ,, vt ,A-A' X Official class photographer. RAIMOR -STUDIOS 750 Easi' 185 Sfreei' IV 1-1166 1HIEIEL1G.BU10HIESiCCL Pfumfrirzg 81' Heating Contracmrs 685 EAST 200 STREET EUCLID 19, OHIO PRECISION OPTICAL DISPENSING COMPANY L.V.PROPASKA 22580 L k h Blvd. AN T 'IT66 99 5 ld CE I 49 I 2037 T05 S 23 648 203 Ch 75 0 2 PAPP'S BODY SHOP i 1 I ? WW A CU ITIS Ify THANKS AGAIN FOR ANOTHER OUTSTANDING YEAR. THE STAFF OF THE STUDENT SUPPLY STORE I Linda Sherrill ef 5p0r1S0r Senior Manager , 1 Compliments Compliments of . XX xx 5E I XX of ' H0lTiElL ! I I I 9 "" THE AUSTIN COMPANY Compliments I , l Of Steel Fab t g D S 1245 eqsfzzz sf. CHARTERHOUSE HOTEL 24800 Euclid Avenue ev. 2-6600 MISSEL conp. 261-0300 OF AMERICA SKI-WAY MACHINE PRODUCTS COMPANY 27600 Lakeland Boulevard 24460 Lakeland Boulevard Alison gels acquainted with a pair of - our fine feathered friends. 261-2021 RE. 2-9000 542 East l85 Sf. IV. I-0254 Complimerzts of EUCLID HEAT TREATING CO. 1408 East 222 st. IV. 1-8444 ED WANK TELEVISION SERVICE COMPANY, INC. 398 East 200 Street KE. l-1222 EufIid's Oldest Television Service Company CHARLITE STEAK HOUSE 22350 Lake Shore Boulevard RE. l-1800 "The Friedman Brothers" FRlEDMAN'S .IEWELERS 22304 Lake Shore Boulevard RE. l-3450 44-GJ Kaau24 Qmaqe KENMORE 1-3874 FRED KRAUSS, JR. 1570 DILLE ROAD RES. AN 1-0335 EUCLID 17, OHIO CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE COMPANY l22O East 222 Street Cleveland I7, Ohio 262 GORNIK'S MURRAY P. Nicol. 22340 Lakeshore Boulevard FUNERAL HOME Euclid 23, Ohio RE. 1-2151 19001Nottingh A "Best in men's and women's clothing." KE 1-0747 Q 1 .. . I ,. . 'L . Compliments of EUCLID NEWS JOURNAL 814 Eos! 152 Slreei GL 1 4383 KEITH WEIGLE D'ANGELO'S BARBER SHOP 22374 Lake Shore Blvd. the Shore Center Shopping Center morons BW'-'5 CLOTHES 20941 Euclid Ave. IV. 1-4500 Eugupvg 22810 Lakeshore CHRYSLER Blvd, PLYMOUTH RE. 1-344 VALIANT 0 I DEALER 4 Chairs At Your Service run rors Pnmcsrous 731-3192 26 THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS OF '64 "1 . fax , V, ' I fffjf, -i ' 1 I IV! Xl! 2 '-'vw N..a L. J. TROTTER E. 185th Sc Lakeshore Euclid QCleveland 195, Ohio Wm. Alexander General Sales Manager Ivanhoe 18400 264 MAI-1IO'S FLORISTS Euclid Green Shopping Center Euclid, Ohio IV. 1-9292 KNUTH GREENHOUSES Phone KEl1I11Ol'C 1-1449 ENGLISH IVIES OUR SPECIALTY 21601 Euclid Avenue Euclid, Ohio 1VIAR1O'S PIZZA 26159 Euclid Avenue AN 1-0665 PETRIC'S BARBER SHOP 783 East 185 Street Euclid, Ohio Compliments of LOUIS HAIR STYLISTS 20030 Lake Shore Boulevard iv. 1-3465 IV 1-3775 1 Ao V coNoRATuLATioNs TO 5101000 040-00 Life Annuol THE GRADUATI NG CLASS CARl A. JONKE INSURANCE AGENCY 22700 SHORE CENTER DRIVE RE 1-8400 Insurance Premium Y Philadelphia Life Undergraduate Clifford M. Jones, Agent 22655 Euclid Avenue IV. 6-2535 265 EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY 22714 Shore Center Drive RE 1-8663 "Euclid's First and Only Beauty College" COLLEGE lusulle Cleaners and Dyers Pick-up and delivery service 835 East 185 Street Cleveland 19, 22034 Lake ShOI'C Blvd. KE 1-3558 RE 1-4770 Compliments of Dv M. Na ' . 5 , ROBY TV 6. APPLIANCE co. 1 22402 Lakeshore Euclid, Ohio 731-1170 3,1 1,112 Is.: FH 1 S'-1 E E ig A 1 eff - 'tv - fstereo 5 qi,-..... ........ .1 - , .. .. ,,-, ME A, ,, ,,..,..-.--...,,. V - 1 ' L 1 LE: . I! 5 1 ,lwjjlll HENRY F. STREKAL REALTY 821 East 222 St. Euclid, Ohio AN 1-2640 MODEL FUOD MARKET PROPRIETORS1 FLORIAN 5- MARIE KONCAR 445 East 200 St. KE-I-7447 GRDINA HARDWARE 22336 Lake Shore Blvd. RE l-0403 267 H MODERN DEB ....-ff' The Steagler twins select Winter fashions at Modern Deb. 22822 Lakeshore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio RE. 2-9299 I -1 F "TIzere's a Material Difference DIllE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY Euclid's Only Lumber Yard Lumber Windows Plywood Shingles Flooring And Doors 1420 Dille Road Euclid, Ohio KE. 1-0512 ROESCH WALLPAPER AND PAINT COMPANY T 15969 Broadway 853 E. 222 St. GR. 5-3450 RE. l-3585 '-QQFLQTQ-W 'eg-Ik'-sgicwwf.:-,.'if . . 1 .Q V L ,- + . . .-.. .5 1.5 ,.f -' 51 211.5-Q .es .is 11: X2 si re .Q :-1 Nou rsnnous METAL - N.. , -.. 'Sigue 1 .4 ,s REQ FABRICATING COMPANY -......--.,,,..-,,., l B -WCJN-'-N211 8.3 . iff-'Cl . - nf---M-.ming-aww. -Q.. N, wa .-1-numsm--is . H -van 4.-.. -Anais: -.S A res- , ,Q usa xv-v.-n-15- nun sv: 1.5.3.3 T22"Lh!f-dulii 12455: 'wh 25861 E - E ::f4:..m'.m-":.Kz.,.:fNaj,.q Tungsten Road git- . 1-.-rw "x ii- "' r' ? r mf r f Euclid, Ohio 'W ' RE. Z-7l7l , ..-, 1 ,Q ....' : -."A' 3 . Sgezju-' ,J .f E - gn , Yrs-f"'l' LIS YMCA EUCLID BRANCH 631 Babbitt Road Euclid, Ohio RE. l-7454 "Recreation For The Entire Family." 268 AMBASSADOR LANES 22661 Euclid Avenue Euclid, Ohio IV. 6-3200 jg l 1 I elif I -:Q--Q-- EUCLID WINDOW SHADE CO. 505 Eosf 185 SI. KE. I-4343 I i i JAY-DEE CLEANERS 921 East 222 Street Euclid, Ohio RE. I-7060 Compliments of KNAFEL'S SHORE MARKET MARIANO'S PIZZA Mary Knafel Proprietor 820 Eos? 200 Street Euclid, Ohio 20070 Lakeshore Boulevard KE- I-6400 IV. 1-4411 269 THE FOUR - WAY TEST OF THE THINGS WE THINK, SAY AND DO 1. IS IT THE TRUTH ? 2. IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED ? 3. WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER FRIENDSHIPS ? This Four-Way Test is now being used successfully around the world in business, government and schools as an effective meas- uring stick for conduct. It is a guide to RIC-I-lT thinking. lf mem- orized and constantly applied to relations with others, it will make a definite contribution toward more effective and friendlier re- latonships. lf you get into the habit of checking your thoughts, words and deeds against the Four-Way Test, the experience of others has shown that it will help you become happier and more successful. copyright 1946 Rotary infemafaonai ROTARY CLUB EUCLID 270 I il R I to create useful ideas i to make useful ideas practical I I I X ,.,, pmt -f 2' I ' fx 5 .1 K 2 ' I V' -A m K rr -, Q W swf ,i. iw! ,L to turn these ideas into I highest quality products I 2 i 5 ,W X ,. ,I , emi Y to supply the products at lowest costs EATON MANUFACTURING COMPANY General Offices u Cleveland, Ohio 44110 E N Abroad: EATON INTERNATIONAL I AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES - TRUCK AND OFF-HIGHWAY COMPONENTS - MARINE, INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL PRODUCTS 0 LOCKS AND HARDWARE 0 - MATERIALS HANDLING AND CONSTRUCTION EDUIPMENT - 27 Q ' E, me -11 lA TOUR 0lDSMOBIlE, INC 25200 Euclid Avenue 261 2800 ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY "World's Largesf Manufadurer Of Sfamped One-Piece Pulleys" Euclid 17, Ohio KE 1-8005 I . RADIX WIRE CO. 26260 Lakeland Boulevard RE. 1-9191 STANELY H. IOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME 15314 Macauley Ave. Cleveland, Ohio Kenmore 1-3600 Stanely H. Johnston Irene A. Johnston East Sf. Funeral Director, Funeral Director Embalmer Shore High School '25 Euclid, Ohio RE. 2-7066 Edwofd G- Welle' Funeral Director and Embalmer Invalid Car Service Day and Night ' 1 Eucuo BLUE PRINT THE AND HAllE anos. SUPPLY COMPANY Hammond Organ 908 East 222 Sl. Studio Euclid, Ohio RE. 1,4662 ORCANS-PlANOS Complete Reproduction Sales-lnstruction- Service Service Eftglheefiftg Supplies Bonnie Budas blooms at Big Bouquet. BIG BOUQUET FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 22475 Fast Pickup 480 East 200 sneer Shefe Center Drive and lv. 6-4343 261-1135 Delivery IIY a h a A 0 o ll our Neighbor ood avmgs ssociahon f 5, 1 5' ', , 0 813 EAST 'I85TH STREET Q, 13,151 , ,1 rv 1-7aoo jg 611 0 6235 s:iEcLAm AVENUE - . A 1-5670 O zsooo Eucun AVENUE ll " , ' AN 1-1200 lc Q O 26000 EQISEIZIERE BLVD. R HOMES 6 'IT CLAI R mos F0 Avl N GS 27 THE GERL CONSTRUCTION CO. 23600 Lakeland Boulevard RE. 1-0077 AMERICAN STAMPING COMPANY 0 Lakeland Boulevard RE 1-9633 Complzments of CLARK FOODS U l f 632 East 222 Street AN. l-1428 EUCLID IGNITION it EUCLID SAVINGS SMS mocmmu AND COMPLIMENTS UF A SERVICE FRIEND 228I8 Lake Shore Blvd' Congratulations graduates RE-2-9090 ST. CLAIR BUILDER'S SUPPLY COMPANY 20020 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio 531-6000 AJAX MANUFACTURING COMPANY I44I Chardon Rd. Euclid, Ohio KE'I'I0I0 EUCLID LANES 507 East 185 St. Euclid, Ohio i. . .NTL ' IV. I-II36 I I NTER OUNTY TITLE GUARANTY 8 MORTGAGE X COMPANY 1 fs ffl C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S T O T H E C L A S S O F l 9 6 4 james E. Mfmef-ek,.1f. jack W. Nemecek Reginald L. Eidnier Inter-County Title Guaranty 81 Mortgage Company ' Cleveland, Ohio 276 LAKELAND BODY AND PAINT SHOP 1310 East 260 Street Redwood 1-9006 Survey-ites relax at Euclid Race. EUCLID RACE DAIRY A 503 East 200 Street 7' Euclid, Ohio 4. iv. 1-4700 22070 Lakeshore Boulevard Euclid, Ohio 771-7600 Marty dictates as Ricky types at: CRAIG AND SHERMAN INSURANCE DR. R. M. BALDWIN 22408 Lakeshore Boulevard 261-31 l l 277 When you graduate K rome to us for placement. COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 21930 Lakeshore Boulevard COIVIPLIMENTS OF SIMS BROS. BUICK I878I Lake Shore Blvd. IV 6-0600 HEATIN sm . I H07 il. 'A Annu tlthtl ta gs A- 2 I Atlas I-Ieaiing E1 Qooging I 24 Hclun SERVICE HO 21877 Euclid Avenue 7BE E IE5 E CLEVELAND I9 CIHIEI GEC! LINEEHALIN IV 6 2553 JACKSHAW CHEVROLET 543 East 185 Street IV. 'I-9090 278 l 17" 1 3 I 1 Cleo digs our iewelry. TED BROCK, TV Compliments of UPSON REALTY 499 East 260 St. RE. 1-1070 BOULEVARD T.V. 8. RADIO SERVICE 906 East 222 Street Service on all makes Radios Hi-Fi Drive-in Auto Radio Service "TlzeMa1zI11 T11eWind0u'." RE 1-7863 391 East 200 Street KE. 1-5035 CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES from HICARB CORPORATION RESHARPENING SCISSORS CLIPPERS DRILLS "BLACK VELVET" FINISH ONE DAY SERVICE I055 East 260 Street Euclid, Ohio AN. I-0200 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND JET DIE AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 25020 Lakeland Blvd. Redwood I-3720 279 Th.. ,..f1r-f' sf g ,,, ii- .Lg 5 ff is TUDE T COU CIL Christmas Baskets for the Needy Paperback Bookstore E-Room Fountain Workers Basketball Concessions Voters Babysitting Service Thanksgiving Baskets for Homecoming Spring Sports Dance Wrestling Concessions Adoption of Foster Child the Needy 2 3 A CENTER OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT ,Identification Cards Assemblies Social Room Committee Rules and Policies Poster Placement Staggered Test Schedule Suggestion Box Lost and Found Student Council Election V EUCLID BODY AND FENDER 38794 Mentor Avenue VVI. 2-9170 Wickliffe, Ohio Best Wishes fo the CfGSS of 1964 Harold and Frank Gabriel, jr, ff Q ' " "ff:-wav' X4 9, 'ii ni A :JA 54-2- -.J-1 Ni : H rs " ?,-P... M-4f"""S RICK'S MEN'S SHOP 22572 Lake Shore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio AN. 1-1445 282 THE SWIM CLUB WAI NAPOL0 E U C L I D H I G H DEDICATED TO SERVICE 1 FUR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY KEY CLUB prkkmm 8c Suns FUNERAL HUME5 RE. 1-0200 , , Q flotama nowsns YV Jigsivt.. if Ajiwigffs f "Q, , 'N , ' I ' b vi 1: V, ' . 'ff 4 "'. , F -' .it -Qin' Q ,T -,Q-. Ziff' i' f. 'sl 1 E, 1' ilgliif. 'E' Q 22382 Lakeshore Boulevard ?E,fQ,g5f?'1:s' isfj QE ' 1Qf2i1,g3 , .I 1.1 is , , 'xx , "f 1 Olga Loftus Euclid, Ohio ' E .' H' ' ' . 15 ' A" 1 E ' il' ' ta . 3' . My l -Tu H J gr-2' 1 ' '44 -1 ' Eiffsgfvi Clevelfmds Largest, V , , l 2 I I i n f -1 5 I f5ff1f2",w I , ' ' '. , IFJ -- ' ' . E "F V Most Beautzful . ' .. in f- ' r W ,Dv , F , -as -, I urnz ure 1 wroom y W :A y X A F t S10 x 1 xx- A ' A 't 4 ' ' J ' f e -5 LL " so 5 ,- Featurmg Contemporary Deszgnf I A E '1 '45 1, Q i-.QfJ 7204-7203 Burtllon Ave. 2'l9DD Eucuo Avz. C I tuna 3. Dunn va A l:. aa: E 17 Uma I I Q . ' - I 3 ' ' ' '- v-. :EEE 22300 LAKESHORE BLVD. "Em ' 7265 Iv 1-5211 ANdrews 1-oaoo l I Ask tor our Free Home Decorating Service CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION A NEW TEACHING TOOL IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION L... x , 1251 ,. . L, A M X Serviced by FITZGERALD'S COMMUNICATIONS 81 ELECTRONICS 635 East 185 St. Euclid 19, Ohio i im Academy of Medicine Brink's, Inc. Case Institute Cleveland Art Museum Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Trust Co. Curtiss-Wright Corp. Hercules Motor Hoover Company N.A.S.A. Osborn Mfg. Co. Thompson Ramo Wooldridge University Hospital Western Electric Company Western Reserve University M E M B E R O F AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 21500 Si. Clair Avenue Cleveland 19, Ohio IV. 1-5400 Manufacturers of Aluminum and Zinc Die Castings 286 SAINT CLAIR CUT STONE, INC. 19510 Sf. Clair Avenue IV. 1-2442 Compliments of ZALLER'S ATLANTIC STATION 598 East 185 St. Cleveland 19, Ohio KE. I-9876 For gifts with a special meaning it's BASCH'S .IEWELERS 22780 Lake Shore RE 1-3132 P. 0. McINTlRE CO. Pomco Boring Bars G' Blades 25020 Lakeland Boulevard Cleveland 32, Ohio RE 1-9300 Pizza Spaghetti Ravioli HILLWOUD MANUFACTURING 21700 ST. Clair Avenue KE. 1-4040 DI BELLA'S RESTAURANT Euclid at Babbitt Pick-a-Chick Pressure Fried Chicken Open 7 days Orders To Go 731-7446 7 BRIGANTI STUDIO 21099 Euclid Avenue IV 1-7100 X X 5 wx? XSS if Q v. X ' Q A Q -- uf.: --M 1, N 'w fx ,gi f .xi f 4 v "i, 1-Eff -muifif P 7 ,U ,QW WW 1 'Wi 7 U 4 I 1 J -1 rl 11,1 Q, 'Vg 4 If I I.: x yu -A ' 1 ,I , 'J "rtrL'1"5' vffzivgfix " 'N 'fail ' HW ,M L , 1 1 1 , M Pam Slocomb Linda Miller 'rf' 1' . -v Dave Sedmak Sharon Papalko W5 s.. r.YZ"Y' I rw- - Karen Siaf Nancy Meyers , H ix :Wax x 81 P ..f if "' 1 Mary Lou Goiack 5 4+ 1 -. 7 r A 5 1, X ,4 .ff Carol Webb --uw' T-77 Barb Modlin Laureen Kitko I 'A fig'-7 ' , ' -1 if-ra '-, 1 4 1 SN- 1 -wr' , . Tom Lellis Rose Balanich T2 Linda Pawlus s-:7 Linda Dutko 288 . 'rm -TQ ,lv-' VCP' Barb Shuber ,,,a Y --,r Diane Bone lr Margo Schaffer f-Q li' -J, Jill Collins 'fazfi Jean DiPuccio '3 'K X W Dale Mochan Mary Lynn Paganie 'TT5 Diane Wilkes gif Roger Sprochi Maria Vocaturo Z' 'IS Rosemary Bosetin Carol Grill ' if E ' - TEN" ,, :J ' . 1 .N A . .,.-- - Jr. .r- , Y XJ Joyce Medlin Charles Robinson X S K- 41! V'- S. l g f Jackie Balough Pat Kane "EOR THOSE WHO CARE TO COMPARE . . ." l 289 Beauhful flowers for cz beuuhful gurl. TUTHILL'S CANTERBURY FLORIST 557 East 185 sf. KE. I-6810 FORESBURG ENAMELING COMPANY 4104 Hough Av EX. l-9269 1 F THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS COMPANY Euclid's point manufacturers. 1150 East 222 Sf. KE. 1-0710 Love, Eucuyo. EUCUYO Euclid's finest literary magazine 290 With Every Good Wish To The Class Of 1964 . YOUR CITY OFFICIALS YOU R CITY OFFICIALS MAYOR .............v....,.,,....................,.OO JUDGE, MUNICIPA L COURT .- 7... LAIV DIRECTOR .77..,....,..7,,..,II,,,.,,, ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR ..,. FINANCE DIRECT PRESIDENT OF CO OR ...,.. ,..OOO UNCIL ,.7O,O lst IVARD COUNCILMAN I 2nd IVARD COUNC 3rd IVARD COUNC 4th IVARD COUNC ILMAN .O.O,O ILMAN .,,,,, ILMAN .,,,Y, ......Kenneth J. Sims ........IVilIiam F. Burns ..........John F. Ray, jr. ...Charles A. Crown Anthony B. Baldwin ......,.Har1'y Knuth ..........IVi1la1'tl Schutt ......Anthony Lang I ....... ...,.... IN 'Iax Gerl .Frank Chukayne COUNCIL-AT-LARGE Anthony Sustarsic Charles IV. IVad6 Frank I'VeIIing joseph A. I'Vhalen CHIEF OF POLICE, Frank YV. Payne FIRE CHIEF, George R. Langa rw ,fflffi 'fjzztt-'wgffffgjf A f' " ' I ' f E' F I 1 . Ffh. .f ,gil t ,,.k ' . ll-i ' ll 292 ADVERTISING INDEX A Ajax Manufacturing Co. .............. ....... 2 75 Albers and Nicol Pet Importers ....... ,,..... 2 6l Ambassador Lanes ..........,........... ...v... 2 69 American Stamping ................ ....... 2 74 Atlas Heating ..v,.......,........... ....... 2 78 B Basch's Jewelry ..............,.., ....... 2 87 Big Bouquet Florist ......... Bill's Clothes .......... .......273 .......263 Bing's Furniture ............v.,........v.... ..,.... 2 85 Boulevard TV ................................. ....... 2 79 Brickman and Sons Funeral Home ........ .,,..., 2 85 Briganti Studios ,........,......,,.......... ....,.. 2 88 Ted Brock Jeweler ...........,.,.... ....... 2 79 C Charlite Steak House ........... Charterhouse Motel-Hotel ....,. Chesterfield Steel Service ...... .......262 .....,,26I .......262 City Officials ,........,,...,........ ...,,.. 2 9l Clark's Food Store ........................ ....... 2 74 Community Employment Service ....... .....,. 2 78 Continental Products ,.........,...,.. Craig and Sherman .............. ' D D'Angelo's Barber Shop v,,..,.. J. Demshar and Sons .....,...... Di Bella's Restaurant .........., Dille Road Lumber Co. ....,, .... . E Eaton Manufacturing Co. ..,, . ..,....29O ...,,..277 .......263 .,.....267 .......287 ,,.....268 .......27l Euclid Blue Print ...,...,............... ....... 2 73 Euclid Body and Fender ......,....... ....,.. 2 82 Euclid Ignition Sales and Service ..... ....,.. 2 75 Euclid Key Club ........................., ....... 2 84 Euclid Lanes v............t..... ..,.... 2 75 Euclid News Journal ....... ....... 2 63 Euclid Race Dairy ,.............. ....... 2 77 Euclid Savings Association ...... Euclid Window Shade Co. ..... . Euclidian Beauty College ........ Eucuyo .......,............,................ F Herb Fitzgerald Communication and Electronics ..................... Florama Flowers ............... Foresburg Enameling Co. ..., . Friedman's Jewelers .......t... G Gerl Construction Co. ....,... . Gornik's Men's Wear ,.... ....,..275 .......269 ,......266 ....,..290 .......285 .......285 .......29O .......262 ,......274 ......,263 267 Grdlna Hardware ..........,,............ ....... H Halle Brothers Co. Organ Dealers ...... ,,,,.., 2 73 Hicarb Corporation ....................,.... ....... 2 79 Hillwood Manufacturing Co. ........ ....... 2 87 Hudson Pharmacy ...,.............. ....... 2 73 I Inter-County Title Guaranty and Mortgage Co. ......,... . J Jackshaw Chevrolet .......... .......276 .......278 Jay Dee Cleaners ........,................ ...... Jet Die and Development Co. ...,...... ..... . S. H. Johnston Funeral Home ....,.......... ...... Clifford M. Jones Insurance Agency ........,,.... Carl A. Jonke Insurance Agency ........... ...... K Knafel's Shore Market ..........,.... Knuth Greenhouses ....,..... Fred Krauss Garage ........... L Lakeland Body Shop ........... LaSalle Cleaners .............. La Tour Oldsmobile Inc. .,.. . Louis Hair Stylists ............... Lubrizol Corporation .............. M Mariano's Pizza ................. Mario's Florist ,........ Mario's Pizza ............ P. O. Mclntire Co. ..... . Missel Corporation ....... Model Food Market ..... Modern Deb ...............,....... Multiple Realty .........,............ N Murray P. Nicol Funeral Home ......... ....... Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. ..... ...... . P Papp's Body Shop ........................ Petric's Barber Shop ........ Precision Optical Co. .......... . Pressure Castings Inc. ........... . R Radix Wire Co. .................. . Raimor Studios ................... H. G. Rhodes Plumbing Co. Rick's Men's Shop ..................... Roby TV and Appliance Co. ......... . Roecsh Wallpaper and Paint Co. ..... ...... . Rotary Club ............................. S Sims Brothers Buick ............. Ski-Way Machine Co. ..... . St. Clair Builder's Supply ..... St. Clair Cut Stone ...,...... St. Clair Savings ........... Strekel Realty ......... ...... Student Council ................. T L. J. Trotter Ford .................... TuthilI's Canterbury Florist ...... U Upson Realty ........................ W Wia Napolo ....................... Ed Wank TV Service, Inc. ..... . Keith Weigle Motors ........... Y Y.M.C.A. Euclid Branch .......... Z Zaller's Atlantic Station ....... Zatko Metal Products ...... 269 279 273 265 265 269 265 262 277 267 272 265 264 269 265 265 287 261 267 268 274 263 268 259 265 259 286 272 258 259 282 267 268 270 278 269 275 287 273 267 282 264 290 279 283 262 263 268 287 272 H741 ' 'ARS 03.3 ., . t 5 5 J ah d L: , Eli -' ' -C .34 A -'1 f ,f X ,,, A - 3 . W i. A rv . ri J fs, i'i' J, " '45 4 ' '53 T. T- Q- . f - ' wi - f .-. -:. J -1 f- e C - , , , 1 ' Q 'U Q A, 1' ' - - J, i s - - v us- 4 I .. , fa. -4 :L -- 1- -- ii C, ,, - , '14 , . , 4 ' X, V ' 9 Aql -X. V Y, 4 '.' ki V . C 7 F' F ' 1 ' Lq.4A 4... I- -. ' 3 '-ix N , f 3 ' A 'Z :j -, , - Lv :ff .j. 4' -,., K xl 1 - .M L - h - 7, i 99 ' ri C " ' -. s- , 1 1 'r-YJ N. '4 X1 . ' E1 1 'v l s ' N - A Qu sg -X , 4 ' S ,, ix. " 'Q - 4 ix - ,H 4 , N W' i N v, P- -- ' ' ' f ' f- i - -X A if B , . J . - :QM 1, l Y A , JL K .Ak up . J. A er. ' - '- " 0 l L' '. K 24 ' " 0: , V I V ' I 'A X hafvx g A l J - 'A H - A 5-X , x. , L , .51 ' '.. f- F f 151.1 . o ' ' ' " i P ' T v .1 . 4.. i ' V 1 ' 4, --A . 1 , -:I - . I w ,li . 'l . , ' ' fb. ' - V XIKINW.-1 I A. J xi ' ' v . , 2 ' 4- -- ' , x , nl' L ' - iv 5 c., C- 1 1 cf 'Aff' G A v 7 S, X- x Ji . 1: , ' A ' it 'sw L ' ' 'N - af, V '35 H 1' , .gy , f ' -"1-Y! 3 . . -, In Qs ! 'DV N '1 ' ' 'iff' r i f 'X L. s. 'I 339 Ronald Abrams Carmen Amoroso Kathie Baer Sharon Barney Steven Bayer Barb Bernlohr Mary Blozek Frank Accettola Gail Anderson Gail Bahr Harold Barnhart Edward Becay William Bertalon James Blomquist Barb Adams larry Anderson William Baillie Hazel Barnhart Paul Beckwith Raymond Betz Linda Bluhm Susan Adams Celestine Barry Bair larry Baron Virginia Behun Mary Bitro Dole Bock Shirley Agrast Andrews James Bair Marianne Barteld Carol Bell Kathy Billings Ellen Boehmer l.inda Akroboff Mark Alexander Robin Alexander Dolores Aliota Richard Almasy Carlene Almgren Gerald Amircult Sandra Andrulis Peter Anthony Valerie Antonick Susan Ark James Arnold Richard Arthur Alan Ashley Arlene Augustine Regina Baker Phyllis Ball Ned Balsley linda Baron Linda Baronski Ben Barbera Tommy Barbis Patricia Bashel John Bastiancic laurel Baum Laura Bauman Charles Baumiller Karen Baur Rudolph Bavec Elaine Belpulsi Rosolee Beltz Nancy Beluschak Kathleen Benda Gerald Bensi James Beran Ronald Berlon Barb Bohinc Karl Bohr Barry Bolka George Bilyk Madeline Bir Cheri Bisbee William Black Grace Bonanno Linda Blakeley James Bonfanti Roy Blankschaen Patricia Boots Harry Blatnik Flory Boreave K 'A N J. .. me L- Nl ra 34" : 'IX 5. .93 x - A 'five v Ye. K 'f-A f 3 0--Q 4 X V but V LJ: LN' 'F ,, - . - 3 A r A ' 'x' -..LN r ' r -Tl sc V 3 I K AL X' 4-'K Q .sg can . 'gf .g-, 5 ,it , Db 6 Q A . f 1 P .XM - , A Q l .- , - -. ..- I ,,1 7 ak N xv M ' -1 Ag, i 41- X , V' , 'Y iq, J . fi i ' - . in A I x A gs J , ,B i ,DJ Q X M 'C " ' ' -4 : Q J- QQ if xg 1 f - id N 1 .. 4. D i ,, , x Q I 'F A 4, 5 A 1. ., A ,,. -A, . f Q, e W 1 v 5 - ' r ,LK 'Q-... f A -15gg::. Q ' 3 4 p . -l :l -:T .Q I .PN fs 2 :H 3 ' . 4 so -5 Lv A N Q x"' , 1 . - , . " 'll X I X Q ' ,lk ' f TQ , I 4' if ' N 3' .5 ' . , ' ' 3' ,V ei W ' 4 -Z-1 1,50 e -lj Y ' mt-J, 123. f A 2, uh -. - -C ' e. S - v i V 1 5 1 711 -fry 11 3? f' J J' tl 1 W .. 4 .- . .4 1 , , f 1 ' - 'A I 'LJ L 5 ov 4 'A I A XL -., 4- 7 4- . - 1 ' al A - ' A 1: ' "' 4 Y e L' A V ' S . '1 -FFF L- . l A X N x - K i A si ,1 uv. I Q g X 1 5, an ee . 1, i M, - A V 1 1 -0- ,.. , " Jn. 1 fi 3, 'J 5. R 1 . 'J - I ' C' 0 V 1 ,-' I L . 3' ig. ' -- ' :gi --- ,i ' ' ,jj ,f 3 " 1' 'rv I 'J I 'r 1 ' N 1 . - 'x x i ' John Borenski Janis Brazolovics Gary Busch George Carter linda Christopher Robin Conti Alice Boros Thomas Brown Dennis Bush Dennis Casey Barb Clwdlili l-95l'E Cook Roderick Boswell Joanne Brunelle Karen Buynak Alan Castanien Carol Cigoy James Cooke Frank Botz Diane Bryan Don Coldwell Billy Cathcart Helen Cimbalos Frances Cool Mlliam Bouffard Elaine Bubonics Kathie Callahan Douglas Cathon Mary Clapacs Mary Cooney Thomas Bour Paul Buchholz Bernadine Noreen Cavan Shirley Clayton Julianne Copoers Bruce Bowden Frank Budic Campbell Gayla Cavatino Bob Coatsworth Michael Corrigan Thomas Bowers Michael Boyce Kathleen Boyd James Braidic George Brain Nancy Burich Janice Burkley Stephanie Patti Burlingham Cardullias Patricia Burnett Erik Carlson lynne Bury Frank Carotenuto Ronald Carpenter Carol Carter Bruce Campbell Patricia Cergol Gordon Chapman Sal Cheraso June Chiodo Robert- Christie Kathleen Cotmon Lawrence Cotton Charles Cox Richard Crane John Crawford Susan Collins Henry Coltza Kenneth Comport Ellen Connelly Donita Consilio sophomore index 293 ws C 'J 1' J, Q . N A! n- 15.3" if 'D' ff ii :. N " X .I Y 5 s 3' 'J - .Q " 7 53, .1, Q' -il if Nw X L i .'i"'7emi " t i 7 - i T -X A 4 " 'ZS ,X 'K D K .1-.. l 'Y , s A as , . A - , If - - "rf f V f ,l 7 ii,g.r , .1-1 312 ' :Q V , , 1 11 2 'x B 4 'Y ' a , '12 1: - V : K ff ' .1 VY-A 7 X, l. ii f l Y lib rl C' -Q2 on aw. ti fi , 'if' X 1 1 QQ' .. 1 4 . -. 1 ' J. fa. M R i , 'T Q N . . . i-. Q 'M 1 ,f 'sf' ' mr, Y A . i Y . Q,- i V . 'N Xe Y V . 'Y wi J A k 'll S C - , "' ' .ll - 'If' '- L 4 I., .. 'I Q f. 1 ', - ,, . X I 'ff ft? 4' iv w - VV V ,Q E V ,- V ' Q .S - - QR Q c JT. an 1 Q, Qi' ' A i ,- .W ,-f e . QM! or ' J' V 1 mx B d . V? ... - C? b 4- :TZ :L 33' V F E if tr" g - ' rn: nl Linda Crockett Dale Debeliak Cheryl Dietrich Thomas Ralph Cummings Darleen Decker Lawrence Dietzel Drummon Rosemary Harry Deckmon Donald Divita Czohara Bill Deely Lois Dodds Gerald D'Amico William Dei John Doherty Marie Demaria Paul Dembek Brigitte Depretis Karen DiCarro Kenneth Danch William D'Anna Garry Dardis Catherine David Barbette Wayne Davidson Dickheiser Kathleen Davis Priscilla Patricia Davis Dickinson Michael Deo Karen Diehl 294 sophomore index Patricia Donner Thomas Doyle Patricia Drake Robert Drenberg Karen Drenser Kathleen Drenser Steve Drotleff Diane Dryer Frederick Dugach Marsha Dunker Thomas Dushak Daniel Dutcher Sandra Eastabrooks Gary Ester Jacqueline Ebel Mary Ellen Eckenrode Susan Eder Jon Edwardsen M -JP- . F7 ll , - L H99- 's Ii' 1? l H1315 f.. ffm x -obo - 15"- gx iii" xx 'QL .hm "2u- V f -J il"- N. .Si , 'w .14 'r TS? - .3 fi. 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'-:ill lil, .1 legit A 1 ' 4 I c ' . v "' , . - Xl L I vim in Nancy Havener Lorraine Hill Dan Hoffman Jane Horvat Shirley Humbert Richard Jakubiec Frank Justin Leonard Karr Janet Kerzisnik Dianne Klemencic Jacob Koss Phillip Kaziera Barry Laine Kathleen Hayes James Hiller Elizabeth Hohs Judith Howe David Hunchorek Paula Jean Adella Kaczur Joseph Kastelic Thomas James Klopovic Thomas Kost Joseph Krainyali Anthony Veronica Hayes Jean Hiller Jeffrey Hoinski Jane Howell Gregory Hunt Sandra Jennison Richard Kaczur Mary Kastelic Kilkenney Debra Kobessen Timothy Kost Joyce Kramer LaMacchia Stephen Heben Linda Himes David Holcombe Jeanne Howell Dale Hunter Eleanor Jeran Linda Kadow Sheryel Kavula Gordon Kimberly Ernestine Kodra Barbara Kosteloc Dale Krech Marsha Victoria Hecker Viola Hively Thomas Charles Hrastar Gary Huston Barbara Jerin Victoria Kalnasy Linda Keating Bruce King Michele Koepp Kathleen Katherine Kren LaMacchia Loretta Heise Ralph Hlebak Holloway Patricia Hrynak Edward Hynes Linda Jerse Diane Kaprosy Michael Kekic Kenneth King Bruce Koeth Kostelic Barbara Kruger Peter Lamacchia Vlhlliam Heisler Anthony Hocevar Kathryn Hoover Starlyn Hudec Cheryl lafelice Nancy Johnson Jerome Kapsch Sidney Kellerman Barbara Kinsley Tanya Kokal Cheryl Kostick Mary Kucharski Bruce Lamb Donna Helmick Peggy Hocevar Douglas Horan Betty Hudson Guy larussi William Johnson Gary Kapudia Roscoe Kelley Jerry Kirchner Christin Kolb Leslie Koth Paulette Cecilia land Cheryl Hencsel Ruth Hacevar James Horgan Brent'Huebner Colleen Irwin Douglas Jones Ronald Karash Lawrence George Kish Susan Kolenc Cheryl Kotoruc Kuchling Ronald Lanese Steven Marsha Michael Horgan Donna Huebner Dawn Jackson Donna Jonlne Wayne Karberg Kemper Jeffrey Kish Joseph Kardas Frank Kovacevic Carl Kulrlica Sharon Lang Henderson Hodakievic Catherine Horna Patricia Hull Ronald Jackson Randy Jordan Thomas Karpy Edward Kenilr Jerry Kish Sandra Karmendi Linda Kovach Randolph Kuznik Cheryl Large Karen Hennie Beth Hodder William Hornsby Anthony Humbert Linda Jakuben Susan Jost Gregory Karr Dawn Kepets Kathy Klann Alice Koski Daniel Kovatch Suzanne Barbara laser David Heuer Cheryl Hodges Jerry Horton 'lame5 Mvfgaret Klein Rosemary Kozar LaBounty Sterling Laub Kermavner Linda Lackner Cecilia Lauer sophomore index 29 A QA " -,rp-i il so -W S U 4' 7- ops'-v 4 ' A 5 ,gr f .7 d ,f vi - " :Q -. 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' i Joseph James Lewis William Losee Kathy Makowski Timothy Mann Darryl Maxwell John McRedmond Susan Millae Rose Marie Mitch Jeanne Muscenti Joseph Nemeth Richard Novak Carol Ostrander Lqukiavich Naomi Lewis Linda Lovano Dennis Maleckar Fam Margheret Paula Maxwell Donald Medved William Miller Judith Mobbs Joanne Myers Bruce Nesbett Virginia Novinc Maureene Otis Sandra Laurence Paul Libby Ronald Loveioy Steven Moline Marie Marko James Mayer lris Meglich Carol Miller Howard Moliff Richard Myles Charlotte Ness Margaret Eleanor Ozbolt Non LeBaran Laverne Lindic John Lowe Jill Malakas Dolores Mormash Janet Mayher William Donald Miller Evonne Sharon Nagode Harry Neumann O'Connell Nancy Ozbolt Paul Leber Werner Lindquist Donald Lucci Carol Maloney Hamilton Marron Carol Mayka Melaragna Francis Miller Manoyudis Danna Nagy lawrence Antoinette Oclda Carol Oznowich Carol Lebet Phillip Lindsey Kenneth Lucci Daniel Maloney Gloria Marts Michael Mayock Michael Merritt Gene Miller John Mooney Cheryle Nalepa Neuvirth Karen Oleski Carol Paik John Lees Robert Linsz Thomas lupas Thomas Maloney Richard Marts Marilyn McBride Sharon Metyk Ken Miller Darlene Moore Barbara Nason Sally Newman Allen Olgiate Janine Poolella Dennis leFond Joseph Lipko Dave Lushin linda Malovac Susan Massella Joan Mcconocha William Paul Miller Carolyn Morell David Neff Raymond Sharon Jeanne Papp Nick Lemma Darlene Lipovec Martha Lybarger Donna Malz Donna Mates Catherine Mikanavich Fred Mills Terrance Mormile Gail Neithercott Newhes Olshansky Marlene Pardi Karen leavik Linda Loczy Rosanne Madeia Marcia Mamrack GailMatteo McGraw Carolyn Harvey Mills Wayne Moster Daniel Nelson Mary Neihaus Dennis O'Neill John Parker Susan Lesinsky Jerome Loncala Dale Mafoney Kenneth Mance Patricia Mattes David McKee Mikiavcic Cheryl Minadeo Mary Ann Sandra Nelson Margret Neilsen Wayne O'Neill Sally Parker Bruce Levine Joseph Lorek Shirley Magnani Frank Mancuso Cecilia Mavec Dolores Mekee Albert Miklavic Bob Minor Mukavetz Christopher Howard Gail Onick Rebecca Pate Donna Lewis John McKiernan Joseph Mikovich Sharon Murphy Nemeth Niererding Robert Ormston Dennis Milavec Bruce Murray James Niswender Loretta Osowski Antoinette Frank Novak Milavec 296 sophomore index f , , '-7 9 - T? 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J L Walter Cynthia Piller Dorothy Pozun Jayne Rask Terry Richards Mary Robinson Sally Routzahn James Salvatore Kathie Schmidt Jean Schultz Robert Shenkel William Simone James Soblesky Paulouskas Anita Pilotti Raymond Preztak Carol Rasmussen Diana Rickard Glenn Roesch Martin Roznik Sharyn Salvo Robert Schmidt Stephen Schultz Bruce Sheppard George Singer Carol Sokol Thomas Payne Donna Pisnar Jeanne Price Anthony Rattini Barbara Riebe Louis Rogaliner Joseph Rudd Virginia Sames Alvin Schmitt John Schulz Roger Sheppard Anthony Skok Thomas Sarge William Pekol Michael Plavcan Dudley Prisel Charles Raymond Donald Rieder Judith Rohrer John Rudiak Brian Sammon Dawn Schneider Walter Kenneth Terry Skrianc William Srnick Jacqueline Robert Plescia Carol Probert Christine Razum Frank Donald Rolla Rebecca Rupert Joel Sarich Janice Schneider Schuttenberg Sheridan Nancy Skupic Judy' Stanek Penner Susan Plummer David Pultorak Renee Redfield Rihtarshick Michael Rose Mary Ann Ruscin Susan Sarka Patricia Sandra Nareen Sheridan Loreen Slaby Wayne Starkey Robert Pennza lee Pollitt Jane Puncoh Sandra Reel Cecilia Rinaldi Robert Rose Philomena Danna Sarver Schneider Schwabauer Claudine Judith Sluga Kenneth Statz Robert Perkins Mary lou Doreen Pylick Virginia lee Riser Alice Rasanblatt Ruscitto Gregory Sattler Robert Schneider Riki Schwartz Sherman Kirk Smee Oliver Steelman Robert Peters Pontani James Robe Reichman Lori Rissell Brian Ross Barbara Russ Linda Scharlau Alan Schonauer John Scott Judith Sherwood Allen Smith Kathleen Stegura Kathryn Peterson Stanley Popiolek Mary Radonich Joan Reiter Brooke Robbins Harry Ross Vicki Russell David Schaser Timothy Schott lorelee Semick Richard Shisila Carol Smith Marie Johnna linda Petkovic Timothy Portik Joan Rafter Donald Ressler Sally Robbins Anthony Rossi Sharon Rutkie Ellen Scheiner Richardifichoval Albert Senger Michael Shumar leo Smith Steil lawrence Jo Ann Posatiere Kenneth Rotter James Retalliek lee Ann Roberts Susan Rate Walter Ruusko Kenneth Paula Schulte Raymond Sestak Susan Siders Phillip Smith Marc Steindler Petrequin larry Powers Kathleen Rich Linda Robinson Sheryl Salisbury Schmeltzer Gary Schultz Eraina Frank Simcic Linda Stemple Glen Phillips Shamonsky Paula Simkins Greg Pike Madeline Shantery ' sophomore index 297 M' li J 'L ' 5, X - 1 T T ' S9 !,4 X Nr 5V 1 ' i as - J nv ,- P X AL: J - bf Q .- J 'T 'J 4' i' i ik Q A, A, is,--iv 'I ., Y 5 X X, 2 - , ef , U -V .1 ' 1 . 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' 'iliac-. 4 X L l Jack Strok Susan Strong 'Lonnie Stull Kerry Stump Thomas Slumpf Timothy Stupica Rosalind Stuzen Sandra Sulen Preston Suminguit Cathy Straughan Marilyn Surtz' Dennis Sutton John Suttin Linda Stenroos Terry Stepic Rosemary Stermole Bonnie Stevens James Stika John Stiscak Daneil Stocker Dudley Stoer Douglas Stout Margaret Strekal Linda Strnad Nancy Svetlic Linda Svoboda Sherry Swann Phyllis Sweigert Ronald Szalay lawrence Taday Michael Taday Victoria Takacs Mary Jo Tamborrello Marie Tancredi Dinah Tannenbaum Diane Tarantino 298 sophomore index Sandra Tarantino Dawn Taylor James Taylor Janice Taylor Patricia Taylor Bernard Tekavec Mila Templeton Marian Tercek Glenn Tewell Sharon Tharp Michael Thayer Charlotte Thomas Danna Thomas Thomas Thomas Joseph Tilk JoAnn Tipping Kathleen Tizzano Eltrude Tolar Phillip Tolaro Allen Tolchinsky Eileen Tolchinsky Joseph Toth John Trautman Lyn Traven 61 , l 1: ' v-Y.. QW' y 1 , Q. DN ,Qu qi: ,. K K 'Q s ,r cl! 1 ui L and E Eimf. 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A Theodore Turk Gordon Vehar Arlene Wagner Janice Welch Bob Willett Douglas Woolson Roger Yurkovich Robert Vicic Eleanor Vincent Sharon Visoky Sandra Turkoc Richard Turkopp Frank Udovic Jean Ulle Dennis Vlach Barbara Union Stephan Vodilla Alan Uronis Craig Voll Michael Alan Voss VonDeveer George Deborah Vranekovic Vanliorngut Diane Vunderink James Joanne Vyskocil VahTilburg William Wade William Vantilburg Dennis Vargo Neil Wagner Joann Waichunas Deborah Wallace Janis Wallace Cathleen Wassil Daniel Watkins David Watterman Kenneth Watts Robert Watts Marie Ann Weber Patricia Weber Joseph Welch David Welsh Sharon Wheeler Judy Whigham Laurel Whitaker Ronnie White Judith Whitney Carol Whittaker Tom Wickizer Gail Wicks Paul Willett Charles Willis Catherine Wills Jean Winters Warren Wirtz Peggy Wittenmyer Gary Wohlgemuth Carol Woicik Timothy Wolf' Janis Woltenberg Margaret Wonnacott Don Woodruff Norman Worgull Mary Wyman Stephen Yakovac Joyce Yanchar Rollin Yanchar William Yanchar Virginia Yapel Christine Yates Edward Yauger Arthur Yerty Anthony Young Terence Zadille Mary Zallar Carol Zaorski Philip Zeitz Barbara Zele Josette Zgonc Judith Zivkovich Patricia Znidarsic Carol Znider Donald Zolinski Robert Zonar .KV-- Q sl' 6' I- lf C .f ,, f Terence Zuber Anne Zupancic Frances Zupancic David Zuro Walter VanTiIburg f" T7 .es 1 xt 4' 3 2: . 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A - . -Q - Phyllis Abazia Eileen Arnold Susan Baker Bruce Baumgardt Rosanne Beni Paul Bessel Cathy Boich Richard Brewer Frank Burk Richard Camino Dennis Cebul Donna Ciomek Robert Abbott Thomas Arvidson Richard Baldini Thomas Bavec Joseph Bensi Babs Bessire Charlotte Bokal Thomas Brewer Loraine Burke James Campbell Phillip Cebular Joan Clark Carl Aiken Richard Aten Wayne Ballentine David Beaumont Karen Benso Sally Beutell Ralph Boomer Paul Bright James Burnett Skip Campbell Bernadine Cergol Bob Clasen Diane Aitken Kenneth Aubel George Barabas larry Beck Christine Eileen Biederman Bruce Bowden Darlene Brodnik John Burns Ronald Capretti Dennis Cerne Maureen Denise Alecci Bonnie Aucelli Donna Barbre Donna Beechuk Beradinis Marilyn Bilicic Chris Braden Janet Brooks Kathy Butt Diane Carducci Joanne Cesnik Clemence Thomas Allen Karen Aufmuth Sandra Barker Patricia Beeman Richard Beres Larry Bilski Margo Bradford Joan Brooks Merrie Ruth Carlson larry Chamers Anita Coblitz Samuel Amato Janet Avery Susan Barnes Kit Beery Elizabeth Beretic Samuel Black Ronald Brandich Cheryl Brown Butterfield Frank Carotenuto Sandro Chapas Susan Cochran Jack Ambrose Lindo Axford Steve Barnett Philip Beining Sharon Bergant John Blakeslee Kathleen Debra Brown Patricia Sandro Joyce Chisholm Susan Herbert Michael Ark Thomas Barnhart Arlene Bell Richard Berger Carol Blattau Brannan William Bryant Buzikowski Carpenter Marie Cholewicki Coddingtan Anderson Keith Bailey Thomas Barrett David Bell Thomas Bernlahr Bruce Walter Braun Dee Ette Bryant larry Bydash Kristen Carter Barbara Chudzik Kenneth Coleman Chuck Andrus Doris Baitt Cheri Bartos Ted Bending Caroline Blumenstein Lenny Brazee Barbara Buda Sandra Cable Mary Cavan Robert Victor Colombi Judy Aquilano Barbara Baker Beverly Batic Craig Benedict Caroline Bernstan James Boag Gayle Brendorier Nancy Burich Sally Beniamin Cavell Gammaichella Patricia Colt Evelyn Archacki Frank Berus Craig Boehlke Connie Bretton Cqdwqllgdm- Michael Covell Ann Cimbqlo, Mary Comellg Dennis Frank Calavitta linn Conley Berzinskas Donita Cameron junior index 299 300 ln xl ex ' 4: ,. 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Y 'Act' .. of X Bob Coode Roger Crombie Frank Davis Kathy Dilillo Joy Douglas Jackie Duty Ronald Evans Pat Fielitz Gary Fortuna Jeff Fryer Susan Geyer Gregory Sharon Cook Richard Pamela Davison Paul DiPaolo Barry Doyle George Edwards Sharon Evans Bill Fier Jeff Foust Eugene Gainar Sandy Gfeller Goodyear Roseann Cooney Cunningham Maureen Day Donald Disantis Michael Doyle Ronde Ehinger Rick Everstine Ellen Fike Ronald Fowler Kenneth Gaida Elaine Gibson Madeline Fred Cooper Douglas Cure Joann Debelak Ronald Disantis Kathy Dragolich Thomas Ehlert Robert Farinacci Jane Filipovic Richard Fowler Joseph Garvas Robert Gildone Gorman Terry Cooper Angelo Cutrone Sandra Deere William Dock Stan Dritz Kathleen Emmert Craig Fraley Dana Fine Betsy Foy David Gquch Tony Ginmo Cheryl Thomas Cooper Margaret Kenneth De Laat Barb Dales Diane Dryer Linda Emmert Donald Framan Shannon Fink Betty Francis Bruce Geddes Joseph Giordano Goryanes Connie Coppers Czaplicki Nancy DeLost Kathy Domitor Thomas Ducca Robert Engel Karen Felden Chris Fiorelli Martin Francis Elaine Geiger Kenneth Girod David Gottschalt Jean Grimsic Russell Czomba Robert Dacor James Dadante Kenneth Danch Cheryl Darling James Corbett Kathy Courier Richard Courtney Cheryl Cradis Barb Crain Janet D'omle Douglas Donner Mary Donovan Harvey Doremus Geraldine Antoinette Demico James Devney Karen DiBianca Dale Dieckmann Andrea Daskivich Carol Diehl Dougherty Cathrine David junior index Patrick Duffy Diane Dular Pamela Duncan Betty Durose Sharon Duptro Michael Engelke Kathy Enright Glen Erickson Dennis Esplandiu Janet Estanich Frances Felz Karen Fensch Dale Fenster Shelby Fetko Sherry Fetko louis Fioritto lee Firebaugh Ed Fitzgerald Diane Fitzthum Marilyn Flanagan Raymond Frank Larry Franko Judy Freytclg Terry Fritch Thom Frohlich Joseph Genovese James Gergotz Diane Gershow Edward Gertetz Beth Geyer Vera Giivanovich Wayne Gould Richard Glass Chris Goulis Dale Glick Gary Graf Harvey Goertz Mary Grcar George Gogan Alice Grdanc Vicki Greben Dale Gregorin Connie Gregurich Donald Griswold Germaine Grubac Linda Grugel Raymond Grycan Gail Gulbenkian Susan Gulich .n H IQ . l ' , ee 3 r 1 -. o Q .T g ra X - 1 W' vs 4 4 W Q in "ls 1 6 3, - i --ff e-9 1 i' K" i, ,Q gl 'g L5 J "' 1 "' Y ' F' 'X F1 1" yn- gr ' " .. del img s 'L "' 5 W 9 Y 1 ' 3 V i Y 1 , ' - 0 1 ,, f - 'P' 4 3 9' . 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L V Robert Lemieux Ida Lisuzzo Mary Ann Lovick James Mack Jean March Edward Mauser Edward Paul Miller James Monoyudis Patricia Mulhall Lawrence Naylor Patricia Oberstar Carol Oren Dominic Lemma David Livesay Mary Lowry Paulette Mack Bonnie Marincic Karen Mawson McMahon Ronald Miller Bonnie Mooney James Murray LeeAnn Neil Kathleen Dole Oster Diane lenarcic Mary Locker Tony Lube Donna Magri Sharon Marn Bonnie McArthur Dianne Mekedis William Miller Kathleen Moore Roger Murray Leslie Nelson O'Connell Colleen Otis Martha Thomas Loesch Holly Lucas Deborah Mahany Mary Marolt lauretta Irene Melnikas Louis Milone Kenneth Moore Jane Musick John Nemeth Maryann Maureene Otis Leonhardt Joanne Logar Robert Lucci Maureen Jock Marron McCartney Robert Mervar Thomas Mitchel Michael Moore Joseph Mustar Thomas Neuman Ofciarcik Calvin Packard Jqmgg Leppen Mqufee Kathleen Luqkay Mahoney Charlene Marsey Susan McClain William Metcalf Judie Mitchell Donna Moretti Geraldine Myers Lena Newlen Marilyn Ogrinc Christine Fado Robert Lohmeyef Carolyn Luich Dennis Malenda Thomas Martic James McConcha JoAnne Miklavic Thomas Maenich Darlene Morgan Peter Nagode Jeanna Nielson Skip Olds Richard Page Leslriewicz Suzanne Lohrey Betty Luksic Robert Malinak George Paulette Bruce Miller Carol Moffett Terry Morgan Cynthia Nagy Joseph Nach Karen Oleski Mike Paladino Diane Leulbeckef Rig!-,md Lgkqf Marcella Lushin Charles Mallue Martinsen McCulloch Craig Miller Janette Molchalr Robert Morris Janet Nainiger Cheryl Nada Ann Olosky Ronald Poles Carol Lewis JoAnne Lonchar Craig MacDonald James Malnar Patricia Mastro Sharon McGill Geoffrey Miller Margaret Gayle Moskowitz Robert Nalraji Bernadene Denise Omerza Christine Palfy Douglas Lilley Michael Long Karen Gail Maloney Dennis Matka Robert McKenzie James Miller Molinaro Kathryn Maulder Gail Nardy Novak Gina Onderdonk Charlotte Michael Lindsey Louis Lorenzi MacDonald Connie Mandel Sondra Mattes Roberta James Miller Martha Malnar Jeffrey Mueller Marlene Nass Rita Novak Karen O'Neill Palivoda Jean Link Alice Love Harriet Mack Connie Mantey Carol Maupin McKenzie Rita Miller Frank Monateri Judith Novinc Wayne Opalk Michael Palko Nancy lingley Henry McLean Geraldine Barbara Orazen McMahon 302 junior index - '. 4 .f Q , : , 1- ,Q I -- ' f - ' A . , ., ..' 'N '-' Q Q TL: , 2 ,,e - Q- Alt 5 4' 5' 'j - 4 4. L- N N7 ' - 4 sv, 1 -- J 2 oi. Q, ' -1 t 11' - f ' 1- ' . I T Q 11. L it I I ' i' ce ' Ni fri ' 1 Xl. 4 A i V I .4 it it A , I 2 5, ' M .'. k ..l.. K KX X I E3 Q -rs.: 1- - , - '. 5 .. ' t L . f w - - ' i , 'P .He - Q .- -'Af' 1- ' 1. - f f- J s' S- 51. e if ev so X - Q "1-f ' , 'f 3 L i , Q, . I L N! 2.5-W ' ' Q ' ' 5 , ' ." e1- .Av IL. V. s 4 x A it - J- - - e-L 4 1 , Cl K ' Y Y ' W A ' A 7 .: 6- ,.- 1 , - , 3, Q' A 5 Aa Q' 5' Q " 9 w ' g V , 4 -' - -- 5 k WL K: 3: -' K - f r - - -V tx- - X 5 -. , - w xi 5 , r - ' 'fx " . I I V lf 1 X I gfK..Ul14 4 A Q Y Y n J 1 ,url K .5 at , - ' .-, - 1' ' Ci - . 4' .. ' 'A .- ' 'i I -- 1 ' i Q .- It ,s ., i -. :sr -. fr- . , K 2. . g 3 T V , .., 'e X :- s, -V 'r I' ' N 7 X 4 - ' ,r " I , 1' . 'Qxg Sox A T v ee s . S A Lf el- 1 N - 'I Q - ,, , V , '2 , 'vb Q y - . , A- - E i - L X V Q x vw' Sf. ' -1 , - - ? ' 1 H ' , ': f - " 'f I C . 'I V 'ev 1' X ' 4 ' ' A - L L S A- .C . 11 L l x P'os T Q 1: f a Q "u T7 v. " J Q - " - -' 'u 3. Ag F- la. -- . - A - 1 . , xl I ' W T- Yi A 5 Y 9' , i ' ii ii X i l V Q. hs. l .-xn, .R W 1 V 13-eff P2 elder ,r A Y Yi ,,, , ,- '- '-- . - 3 G - K 5 il - . 5 ' ' ' ' s ' X , , ' a- 2 , , ,, -L , Y ,I , r ,- , 1 , A , 1. - g T 1" 4 ' ' 4 ' S e X g ' . , 9 'R so ' - ,- ' fr .-1 . J J ' T ' - .-du-v1l31.wM Fo a- A -v . ,J 1: ,S . j N, 1' r .5 7 '1 2 S Q- .f - -T Z' F . ,xy -, 'Q , ,ir 5 , S f ,-1 Q, . ' - ' ' 1' V I J -v , 5 I X- X - V Rx I X '11 -- , 'L -Y ' 'Le - ..:i'i'g1i' ' ,- X . 0 , . 6 , A ra, is - gs, 'D 4, ,pl 1 : i S .S , b -Y - ' . - ' .1 . C --, v v-, . . S' , , g N' ' ' . i v vt - , 1 -. x 1 Y , E , I w, ' A 5 1 .1 , ' 3 . L .A .L L 4222. A il J 4 - " 4 l , 4 , , 1 4. . l . F' ia' " Q ' Q D . 'T :T T - - A.- F - ' J 1 lv- ' tj N .ix .'Z' . f- QL - T' tm v - 4 X1' . ' ,. x. , Y gi , I v ,I v X , I N f l , 1 .. ,-. but , J. B lr. ' W L ' ti .' 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I 1 QU' s. 7 , 1 , I - .37 'C I :I si ,V - 1 V- N 1-' V ,1 :W C ,f l It A K 4 X ,' T . -T 1 i A HL John Palmer Paul Povlik Susan Perko James Petty Carol Pahly Andrew Prokop Michael Rechner Teresa Richmond Wayne Rohricht Harvey Rubin Sandra Saletel Robert Schneider Margaret Linda Palmer Tom Pavlik James Perry Gertrude Philipp Andre Polsinelli Judy Pungerchar Thomas Reed Robert Riebe Anthony Romano Janet Rudd Donald Sanders Carolyn Schott Shannon Joann Pannetta Judith Pearce Joann Perry Charles Phillips Teresa Popovic Karen Diane Regovic Gary Riedel Richard Rose Marlene Ruder James Sanker Richard linda Shemitz Jeffrey Papalko Kathryn Pearson Barbara Petek Amy Picciano Patricia Popovich Pungerchar Georgia Reiche Thomas Rieder Kenneth Pamela Rudiak John Sas Schroeder Susan Linda Popp James Peck Mary Petelinkar Linda Picozzi Diane Powers Lois Pyle Ralph Reichman Danna Rosenthal Michael Ruscin Chester Saunway Thomas Shemkunas Nancy Paratto David Peek James Petersen Sheila Pierce Darlene Pragacy Dennis Race Susan Reider Rihtarshich Christine Ross Gerald Russ Thomas Saylor Schultheis Arthur Sherwood Philip Parkhurst Romaine Penkala Richard Peterson Rose Pink Harold Praselr Ed Racich Judy Reinlre Margaret Rinas Elaine Rossi Marie Ruth Cathy Scheiner Fred Schutt James Sintic lawrence Joseph Penny Jeah Petlrovselr Nora Piper Daniel linda Ralls William David Robb Anthony Rossi Loreen Sabol Donna Schervish Donald Schultz Janis Sippola Parziale Amy Percic Frank Petrick Phyllis Piper Praznovsky Beverly Ranney Renninger Anthony Roberts Karel Rossow Janice Sabot Ronald Schervish Eric Schultz Madelyn Skitzlri Nancy Patrick John Pereksta John Petruzzi larry Plesnicar Betty Preston Carrie Ratzman Marilyn Renz Gwen Roberts Kenneth Rowe Robert Sadler Pamela Martha Schwarz Kathleen Skonier Allen Patterson Niclr Perencevich Bonnie Pertek Joseph Plovoclr Harold Price Stephanie Margaret linda Roberts Bonnie Razman Betty Safreed Scheurman Janet Scribner Sonia Skrli Sarah Patterson Joyce Pettit Alvin Podboy linda Price Ravnahrib Reynolds Michael Robey Martin Roznilr Patricia Saina laura Schlegel David Semick Ronald Skully Robert Paulsen Peggy Price Denis Ray Doreen Ricci John Roe Sharon Roznik Dennis Schmaltz Marian Severino Sharon Skupic Donald Raybuck Judy Richards Loran Shaffer Karl Slaybaugh junior index 30 1 Q In- A 1 I: :I II II Ib 'I . 3 Q I: f I III - 'LII III ,A I Q , , I I I. 2 I-5 .xg VI XII?-Q I . . 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A T -V . - V V" if ' " T 4 QV -r lkX'7 ,Ai fr A f A, c' I' , , or ' 'S - fi' l Al A QQ: me ' " .' if eh l fi Roberta Slusser Geraldine Baroara Stefanik Mary Lou Strekal Bonnie Swanson Michael Thayer Karen Tamoletz Cheryl Tucci Douglas Uchbar Carolyn Vargo Richard Walters Lynn Wehagen Darlene Widliclo Donna Smith Somrak David Stegh Al Strohen Leroy Swanson Patricia Theil Diane Totten Lawrence Tucci Betty Ufholz Craig Vernick Cheryl Walton Erika Wendel David Wilber Gary Smith Norma Smith Susan Smith Josephine Smrdel Charlotte Snable Arlene Snitzky Joann Snowlarick Kitty Soeder Barbara Soeder William Somers Cathy Spino Frank Spino Judith Springer Jane Stahl Richard Stanbaugh Karen Stanley Susan Stanley Bonnie Starman 04 junior index Veronica Samrak Richard Stegura Judy Sonntag Cheryl Steigauf Anthony Spilar Mary Lou Stelzer Craig Stenger Roger Stepp Ralph Stibley Joseph Stih Diane Stocker Edward Stopko Victor Strauss James Struna Susan Struna Richard Subel Geraldine Sullivan Ray Sullivan Dennis Sustarsic Faye Svenwol Susanne Svirsky David Swacldell Saraiane Swaney Ray Sweigert Thomas Switzer Ernest Szabo Karen Tabb Shirley Tarantino Henry Telrancic John Telravec Edward Telcavic Mary Lyn Terchec Dawn Tetrick Tom Theis Cheryl Thomas Kenneth Thomas Sharon Thomas Barbara Thorpe Leonard Tichy Sally Tiedman linda Tiffany Alan Tolway Donna Tomko William Town Bruce Travis Darrell Trebec Terry Trebec Kathryn Troop Timothy Troyer Karen Truesdale Carolynn Tryon Timothy Tryon Sharon Tucceri Sharon Tucci Jeffrey Tucker Thomas Tumbry John Turkopp Patricia Turopolac James Turpin Connie Tuthill Gilbert Tutino Kathleen Tyler Oralee Tyler Bernice Ulizzi Timothy Ullom Thomas Ullom Jahn Ulstrom Sandra Urbancic William Vadnal Nancy Valince Raymond Vanooyen Kenneth Van Deveer Maryann Vardian Kathryn Vernon Glenn Walworth Joan Wendarlf Kenneth Vesey Barbara Ward John Gerald Vitolo Susan Warner Wertenberger Janet Vovko Robert Warren ' Karen Weseli Carol Vranekovic Robert Warzin Robert Whitacre Barbara Vrh Nancy Waschura Marilyn White Darlene Vukcevic Victoria Diane Whiteman Gayle Walker Washner Wayne Wilalin Terry Wallace Donna Patricia Wicheff William Walsh Waterwash Joyce Wichert linda Watson Robert Wickes Stephen Watson Linda Wilcoxan David Vlhlder Carleen Will Dorothy Will Walter Will Margaret Wills Gayle Wilson Linda Wilson Mary Wince Todd Winder it . . t L il' iii ,P .5 v, .f.- rv -2, I - .t ' ? ' .Lt . of M 'J it 4' - is' ' -. A C- . v- ' Q- J' . t - 'G I W .5 f x I J A ik E 1 '- ' J '51 I-ff ies 1- 5' A ' C 'if' ii' - 4. . U -V K l. 'X X , f Joanne York Robert Yuhas Diane Zadravec Kathleen Zaletel Richard Zcwack Martin Zitko f Lorraine Young Elizabeth Elaine Zakraiselc Joseph Zarr Donald Zgonc Sherry Zadnilcar Zimmerman .,f"7r '-' 'amz' !'5,:, I Scott Winsor Joyce Edward John Wiricl: Wahlgemulh Yanulaitis Jeannette Cherlyn Wood Richard Yeckley Wahlgemuth Connie Wotring Joyce Yerty JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Stanley Dritz, Vice-Presidentg Dale Gregorin, Treasurerg Carl Jerneicic, Presidentg Charlotte Hildebrand, Secretary. . X ' ' ti fly, .3 . . 3, -, 0 11 - A r I ' - we 'Wsfn six U Q 3' 2 3 . be 4 i ya. . ' ' i ,Q ,M ..,,.- . , , L ,Q , H X , K f .t . . t Xx r in .i Thomas Gary Zola Linda Zupancic Dorothy Zusy Zimmerman Edward Zovack James Zust Svsanne Palmer Barbara Zmiiewski :X . 4 'lr 1 K I Ig .re-J junior index JUDITH ANN ADAMCZEWSKI Judy Friendship Club 2,35 Hall Guard 3. JOHN M. ADKINS John Camera Club 2. DIANE RAE ALEXANDER Cricket Friendship Club 2. PATRICIA KAY ALEXANDER Pat E-Room Activities 35 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Prom Com- mittee 35 Usher 25 Student Council Alternate 35 Stu- dent Council 4. THOMAS ANDREW ALJANCIC Tom Concert Band 2,35 Football 2,3,45 Key Club 45 Letter- men 3,45 Marching Band 25 Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 95, 156 CAROLE BRADFORD ALLEN Carole Choral Masters 3,45 Executive Board 45 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 2,3,45 Treas- urer 45 P.A. Club 2,35 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council 2,45 Spectrum 45 N.F.L. 4. 130, 131, 138, 162, 163. SUSAN JANE ALLEN Allen Friendship Club 3,4. 150 DAVID EDWARD AMOS Dave Big Show 35 Choral Masters 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Gym Leader 45 Marching Band 3,45 Orchestra 45 Pep Band 3,45 Indoor Track 35 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. Collinwood Clubs: Track 25 Choral Club 25 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 25 Key Club 25 F.T.A. 25 Student Council 25 Orchestra 25 Hall Guard 25 Gym Leader 2. 136, 138 JOHN CHARLES AMOS John A.F.S. 35 Big Show 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Solo Clar- inet 45 Chevron Society 3,45 Marching Band 3,45 Orchestra 45 Pit Band 3,45 Student Council 45 Spec- trum 3,45 Language Department Program 3,45 Trans- ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. Collinwood Clubs: Col- lege Club 25 Big Brothers 81 Sisters 25 Student Council 25 F.T.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Chairman 25 March- ing Band 25 Concert Band 25 Gym Leader 2. 131, 132, 136, 137 SUSAN L. ANDERSON Susie E-Room Activities 3,45 Euclid Choir 3,45 Euclidian Representative 35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Hame- coming Attendant 2,45 .Iunior Cabinet 35 Junior Class Secretary 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Council 25 Survey Representative 2,35 Usher 35 N.F.L. 45 Girls' Glee Club 2. 85, 141, 149 CAROL LYNN ANDRE 22.1. Carol Euclidian Representati' , Friendship Club 2,35 F-N-A- 314: Hall Guard :QV-if Study Hall 25 Usher 25 World Affairs Club -fl! linic Secretary 3,45 Pan- ther Block 45 N.H.S. 4. 1"l 153, 156 DENNIS ANTONICK Dennis MYRON APPLE Plum Football 2. JOHN F. ATEN John Al.lsoN AUGUST Q I Alison Euclidian Editorial Sta Editor 4, Eoolidion Training Club 35 Eucu presenlatiye 25 Friend- ship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2, Qual 2, Honor study Hall 25 usher 2, l.Q.s. 45 N.H.S 4, N.F.L. 4. 122, 144, 153 TERRY J. BABER Terry STUART STEPHEN BABIN Stu Concert Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,4. DIANA L. BACON Girls' Glee Club 25 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2. Bacon DENNIS E. BADE Bowling 45 Baseball 45 Transferred to Euclid in Sr. Bruiser 306 SENIOR INDEX year. Marshall Clubs5 Bowling 25 Hall Guard 2,35 Latin Club 25 P.A. Annauncers 35 Spanish Club 35 Baseball 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Newspaper 2,35 Soph. Eng. Club 2. 100 DANIEL EDWARD BAER Dan Foreman's Club 4. 158 JAMES J. BAGOCIUS Jim JOHN P. BAILEY Beetle Choral Masters 3,45 E-Room Activities 2,35 Boys' Glee Club 2. 138 WILLIAM R. BAILEY Bill JACQUELINE S. BALOGH Bayloo Friendship Club 2. JAY ALAN BAMMERLIN Crash Big Show 3,45 Choral Masters 45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,4. 138 PAUL BANASZEK JOANNE P. BARAN Paul Joanne Girls' Glee Club 25 Friendship Club 2,3,45 N.F.L. 4. 150 JAMES M. BARANOWSKI Baron PATRICIA J. BARBATO Patty MARILYN F. BARBIC Marilyn Friendship Club 25 F.N.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 25 Student Council 35 Panther Block 4. 150 SYLVIA JANE BARCOVIC Syl Friendship Club 3,45 F.N.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 45 Latin Club 25 Maiorette Club 35 Senior Scandal 45 World Affairs Club 45 Ski Club 45 Panther Block 4. 130, 150, 156, 160 DAVID LEONARD BARNES Dave E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,35 Football 2,35 Student Council 2. KENNETH ROGER BARLFjl,' Kon Choral Masters 45 Euc' 'glfepresentative 35 Honor study Holi 2, l.Q.s. 3, , T Club 2,3,45 N.l-l.s. 3,45 Survey Editorial Staff 2, " Li o-Editor 45 Tennis 2,3,45 Wrestling 2. 101, 126, 1 , 152, 156 KENNETH J. BATEMAN Ken GERALD N. BAUM Jerry Eucuyo 2. WILLIAM W. BEACHAM Bill Key Club 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45 Letterman 2,35 Letter- man's Club 2,3,45 Indoor Track 2,35 Cross Country 2,35 N.A.S.S. 2,3,4. 91, 156 MARCY A. BECKER Marcy BARBARA A. BECKWITH Barb Girls' Glee Club 25 Friendship Club 35 F.N.A. 45 Prom Committee 35 World Affairs Club 4. 149, 156 ELAINE BARBARA BEG I- - Euclidian Representati v' Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,35 Senior Scan Student Council 45 Sur- vey Representative 35 45 World Affairs Club 45 G.A.A. 2,35 Maiorette C ub 2,35 N.H.S. 4. 130, 131, 153, 156 Elaine JAMES J. BELANICH Jim ROSE MARIE BELANICH Rose Ad Club 2,3,45 E-Room Activities 35 Euclidian Ad Staff 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.N.A. 35 G.A.A. 35 Co-op Student 45 World Affairs Club 3. 164 LINDA JEAN BELAVICH Windy DONALD R. BELJAN Beaver Assemblies 25 Gym Leader 35 Student Council 35 Swim Team 2,35 Senior Cabinet 4. GAIL M. BELL Gqil Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2. RONALD W. BENO Ron E-Room Activities 45 Movie Club 25 Swim Team 2,3,45 Library Monitor 3. 108 DANIEL WILLIAM BENTLEY Dimples Euclidian Business Staff 45 Homecoming Escort 45 Key Club 2,3,4. 125, 156 DARLENE GAYLE BENVENUTO Dolly Friendship Club 2,3. NILS H. BERGLUND Nils Hall Guard 35 P.A. Club 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2. 102, 158 RAYMOND G. BERMOND Ray A.F.S. 35 Football 35 Gym Leader 35 Baseball 45 Trans- ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. GARY M. BERNSTEIN Gary Eucuyo 2,3,45 I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144 BARBARA JAN BILYK Barl: Euclid Choir 45 Euclidian Representative 35 F.N.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2. 141, 149 HAROLD I. BLACKBURN Blar-'ry JAMES ALAN BLANKSCHAEN Jim Cadet Band 2,3,45 Letterman 2,35 Letterman's Club 2,35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 2,3,4. 87, 89, 91 MARLENE M. BLATNlKlfaEitE?E'f' Mor Big Show 35 Friendshipf K 52,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 Prom C 'iltee 35 G.L.C. 35 World Affairs Club 45 N.H.S. 4. 3, 156 SUSAN ANN BLATNIK Sue Friendship Club 2,3,45i, Iffglt-.45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 l.Q.S. 3,431 EEIL. 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,45 C63 L-br 45 Spectrum 45 Usher 35 World Affairs Club 5 United Appeal Student Committee 4. 126, 131, 144, 150 DENNIS R. BLUHM Dennis KURT GERHART BLUMENSTEIN Stein Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball 2,3. MICHAEL JOHN BOCSKEY Mike MARY ELLEN BOGATAY Bogs Cheerleader 2,35 Correspondence Secretary 35 E-Room Activities 45 Girls' Gle b 25 Euclid Choir 3,45 Euclidian Representati M' ,Eucuyo Representative 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 GQQEQAQ4, Executive Board 4, N.H.S. 3,45 P.A. Club 2 V I Announcer 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Survey Re D ntative 2,35 Ski Club 45 Girls' Varsity Basketball ,45 Girls' Varsity Volley- ball 45 Buckeye Girl's State Representative 35 Senior Cabinet 4. 141, 152, 160, 162 BONNIE LEE BOLDIN Bon Choral Masters 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Junior Cabinet 3. 138, 150 DIANE LYNN BONE Des Friendship Club 3. DONNA MARIE BONE Donna Friendship Club 2,3. MARY LOU BOOTH Mary SANDRA LOUISE BOR T Sandy Cadet sono 2,3,45 Fr p Club 3, F.T.A. 2.3: G.A.A. 25 Marching B 3,45 Movie Club 25 Or- chestra 3,45 Swim Club AU Spectrum 45 Swim Show 3,45 N.H.S. 4. 131, 136, 53, 161 ROSEMARY H. BOSETIN Rosemary Ad Club 2,3,45 E-Room Activities 35 Euclid Choir 35 Friendship Club 2,3,45 Cabinet 3,45 F.N.A. 3,45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Hall Guard 35 Maiorette Club 2,35 Prom Committee 35 Student Council 2,35 Usher 35 Ski Club 4. 149,150,151,160,164 JEANNE LOUISE BOYD Jeannie E-Room, Activities 3. WALTER S. BOYER Walt SHIRLEY ANN BRADACK Shirley Friendship Club 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Hall Guard 2. BARBARA M. BRADFORD Barb Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 3,45 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Swim Club 2,3,45 President 45 Usher 35 Swim Show 2,3,45 Swim Cadet 2,3,4. 141, 161 CHARLENE M. BRANDICH Char JANET CAROL BRAZALOVICS Jan Friendship Club 2,35 Co-op Student 4. KAREN ELIZABETH BREEN Rabbit Cadet Band 25 Choral Masters 45 Euclid Choir 35 Friendship Club 35 Marching Band 2. 138 DENISE DOLORES BRENNAN Denise Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. THOMAS D. BRENNANJZL Tom Homecoming Stadium Qigogrations 45 Lettermen 2,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45? NS. 3,45 Student Council 25 Treasurer 35 Executivi L rd 3,45 Swim Team 2,3,45 Standards Committee :If ack 2,35 Swim Show 2,3,4. 108, 133, 161 MICHELE FAITH BRESIQYQBEQ Michele Eucuyo 3, Euclidian ,Bggipess Staff 3,45 Eaandsan Training Club 35 Fridrl flip Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Honor Stud 5 II 25 l.Q.S. 45 Usher 25 N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 153 ROGER ALLEN BREZEC Breezy Letterman 3,45 Track 3,45 Cross Country 2,3,4. 87, 89 ELLEN PRESTON BRIGDEEZTQ El Student Council Book S !,"Qg15 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Clxtf H5fEuclidian Representative 35 Friendship Club 2,35' A A. 2,35 N.H.S. 3,45 I.Q.S. 45 Student Council 3. 12 , 133, 144, 152 JACQUELINE THERESESBRQCTLIN Jackie Assemblies 2,35 Choralgfiters 3,45 Chevron Society 2,45 Euclidian Businessri' hx 3,45 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hall Guard 2,35- h Club 2,35 N.H.S. 3,45 I.Q.S. 45 Orchestra 2,3,4. 125, 136, 138, 144, 152 MARGARET CATHERINE BROWN Margie Girls' Glee Club 25 Eucuyo 45 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 35 Student Council 25 Maiorette Club 3. 130 CHERYL A. BROWNING Cheryl DIANE MARIE BRULE Diane Cadet Band 2,3,45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Usher 35 Friendship Style Show Model 3. 148 BONNIE LOUISE BUDAS Bonnie Big Show 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training N 35 Euclidian Representa- tive 2,35 Eucuyo Rep -rs -- ive 35 Friendship Club 2,35 Fall Play 25 G.A. ,45 G.L.C. 3,45 Historian 45 Panther 45 Senior 'lug MJ- 45 Copy Editor 45 Stu- dent Council 2,35 Surve usiness Staff 2,35 Survey Representative 2,35 Spri g Play 25 Thespian Club 2,3,45 Usher 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 I.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 4. 125, 1'30, 144, 153, 162, 164 DONNA MARIE BUDINSKY Pooch Friendship Club 2,3. EDWARD ALBERT BUGOS Bugs Big Show 2,35 E-Room Activities 35 Foreman's Club 35 Football 3,45 Gym Leader 3,45 Play Night 35 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2,3. 70 DONALD C. BURHENNE Don JAMES A. BURICH Jim Science Seminar 3,4. 154 JOHN LEWIS BURKHART John Biology Club 3,45 Cadet Bondi 25 Marching Band 25 Usher 45 World Affairs Club 2,45 Political Affairs Club 4. 156, 163 KAREN LOUISE BURNS Kitty Book Store 2,35 Choral Masters 3,45 Maiorette Club 2,3. 138 LINDA LEE BURRIS Burris Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 3,45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 4. 141, 162 FRANK CALABRO Frank Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. JOSEPHINE CAPRETTI Jo Friendship Club 2,35 Co-op Student 45 Student Coun- cil 25 Concessions 3. ELLEN LOUISE CARLSON Ellen Choral Masters 45 Eucuyo 2,35 Euclidian Representa- tive 35 Eucuyo Representative 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 25 Student Council 25 Swim Club 2. 138 LESLIE T. CARLSON T.C. Wrestling 3. GARY E. CARPENTER Gary CONSTANCE L. CARROLL Connie EDWARD H. CARROLL Ed Football 2,3. JO-ELL CARRUTHERS Jo Friendship Club 3,45 F.B.L.A. 2,3,45 G,A.A. 25 Ski Club 4. 148, 150, 160 GEORGE E. CASEY Ben Homecoming Escort 45 Basketball Intramurals 35 Key Club 3,45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 156 LINDA CEBRON Lynn Ad Club 35 Euclidian Representative 35 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Co-op Student 4. JOHN MICHAEL CERNE John JOANNE LEE CESNIK Joanne Eucuyo Representative 2,35 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Usher 2,35 Tutor 3. ELAIN LYNETTE CHAUNCE Elaine Eucuyo 2,35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Euclid Choir 3,45 Hall Guard 35 Student Council 2,35 Swim Club 25 Survey Representative 2,3. 141 DONALD F. CHERNE Bug E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Student Council Alternate 35 Survey Business Staff 2,35 Survey Representative 2,35 Homeroom President 2,3. CONNEE MARIE CI-1100932 Connee sig Show 2,35 F.T.A. IL? lizhestra 2,3,45 N.H.S. 4. 136, 149, 153 MARILYN M, ci-IIoEoLo ' Marilyn JANIs LEE CHOPYAK Jan Friendship Club 2,35 Survey Representative 3. RosEMARY LINDA cIcco Rose Friendship Club 2. SANDRA CHRISTINA cINco Sandi Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 3,45 Hall Guard 25 Senior Cab- inet 4. 162 LINDA ANN CIPRIANI Cippy Friendship Club 25 Student Council Alternate 3. ROBERT JAMES CIRINO Bob Basketball 25 Football 2,35 Lettermen 2,45 Baseball 2,45 Sophomore Class President 2. JUDITH ANN COLEMAN Judy Assemblies 2,35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Representative 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Movie Club 45 Student Council 3. 146, 165 DORIS Dgrpey Eucuyo Representative 2,35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Student Council 25 Usher 2,3. 149 JILL M. COLLINS Jillus Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 4. Jaffe EYKT '. RICHARD Is, COLLINS -gales, Rich N.H.S. 4. 91, 153 1,5 5 ALAN w. coNsIL1o I Al Student Council Bookstore 35 Bowling 25 Choral Mas. ters 45 Hall Guard 25 Honor Study Hall 2,35 Key Club 2,3,45 Student Council 2,35 Track 35 Cross Country 3. 138, 156 DENNIS WAYNE COOLIDGE Coolshake Concert Band 2,3,45 Football 25 Lettermen 35 March- ing Band 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,35 Cross Country 3,4. 87 GLORIA JEAN CORNWELL Gloria DEAN F. COST Dino Fall Play 45 Gym Leader 3,45 N.F.L. 45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 162 lg KATHLEEN J. COVERT Kathy . or 1-J Ig- PAUL L. COX Paul Big Show 35 Choral Masters 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 N.F.L. 3,45 Ticket Chairman 45 Spring Play 25 Usher 45 World Affairs Club 45 Political Affairs Club 45 Boys' Glee Club 2. 138, 145, 162, 156, 163 TIMOTHY ARNOLD COY Tim Lettermen 25 Track 25 Wrestling 25 Cross Country 2. BRUCE D. COYLE Bruce JUDITH ANN CRAIG iliggili Judy Euclidian Representative '1F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Play MEM 45 Survey Business Staff 4, N.H.S. 4, N.F.L. 4. 1 -:I 49, 152 RICHARD WILSON CREVELING Rick Basketball 2,3,45 CaptcgniA1LEucIidian Business Staff 45 Homecoming Escort Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 25 Key Club 3,45 FC I' Chairman 45 Lettermen 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Scienc If inar 25 Student Council 3,45 Spirits Club 45 Tennis ,3,4. 80, 81, 91,101, 125, 132, 152, 165 NORMA C. CRONE Norma Choral Masters 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Representatigsiifgriendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Exe'QiIlfilyE'.Board 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 3,45 Junior Cabrif 35 Junior Class Treasurer 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Prom cl i' tee 35 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council 2,3,45 E ecutive Board 45 Secretary 45 Survey Representative 2,35 Spirits Club 4. 130, 133, 138, 149, 152, 162,165 DAVID CUCHIARA Dave Transferred in Sr. year. MARY ELLEN DAILEY Mickey Friendship Club 2,3. JOAN LYNN DAMBERGER Joan Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Usher 2,3. MICHELE M. D'AMlCO Shelly Friendship Club 25 Hall Guard 2. GREGORY S. DANE Greg Basketball 2,3,45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Home- coming Escort 45 Honorw y Hall 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Junior Class Presi egK,tIgQ5',f Key Club 45 Lettermen 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Promff, Q 'ittee 3,45 Junior Prom Chairmun 35 Senior S i I 45 Student Council Ex- ecutive Board 2,3,45 Pr I ent 45 Spirits Club 3,45 Cross Country 25 N.A.S. . 3,45 Library Monitor 45 Buckeye Boy's State Representative 3. 80, 91, 125, 130, 133, 153, 156, 165 307 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Football 2,37 Key Club GERALDINE MAE DAUGHERTY Jerry Hall Guard 3. FRANK A. DAVIS J.R. FRED M. DAVIS Ivan Foreman's Club 3,47 President 47 Football 3. 158 SANDRA CHRISTINE DAVIS Sammi Ad Club 3,47 Euclidian Training Club 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 37 G.A.A. 27 Junior Cabinet 37 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scandal 47 Picture Editor 47 Student Council 2,37 Survey Editorial Staff 27 Usher 2. 130, 164 DIANE ELIZABETH DAY Dee Dee Friendship Club 2,37 Maiorette Club 2,37 Maiorette 4. 78 LORRAINE RUTH DEANS Lorraine F.N.A. 47 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. 149, 151 ROBERT S. DEANS Bob LYNN L. DEBELJAK Len Basketball 37 E-Room Activties 2,3,47 Football 27 Hall Guard 37 Lettermen 27 Track 37 Wrestling 2,3. PATRICIA ANN DEBELJAK Pat PAUL TIMOTHY DEBEVEC Paul Chess Club 27 Concertjbwtid-2,3,47 Sergeant 47 Eu- clidian Business Staff 4fTjjQasurer 47 Euclidian Train- ing Club 37 Key Clulil '7' Marching Band 2,3,47 Math Club 3,47 Co-Pres ' 'D 47 N.F.L. 3,47 Orchestra 27 Pep Band 2,3,47 Scien Seminar 2,3,47 Spectrum 37 l.Q.S. 47 N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 145, 153, 154, 155, 156 PATRICIA T. DEEGAN Pat Girls' Glee Club 27 Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 2,3,47 Secretary 47 G.A.A. 27 Homecoming 27 N.F.L. 47 P.A. Club 27 P.A. Announcer 27 Student Council 2,37 Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,47 Spectrum 4. 126, 131, 150, 151 JOAN DELSANTER Joanie Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 27 G.A.A. 2,37 Usher 27 Survey Representative 2. JOHN WALTER DE MELL John Honor Study Hall 3. DOUGLAS JAMES DEMIAN Charlie 2,3,47 Wrestling 2, 124, 156 WILLIAM JOSEPH DE WITT Joe Hall Guard 2,37 Movie Club 2,37 Wrestling 2,3. DONALD A. DIBARTOLOMEO Bart Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. DANETTE DI BIASIO Dani A.F.S. 3,47 L.D.P.C. 3,47 American Abroad Repre- sentative 3,47 Big Show 37 Cheerleader 27 Choral Masters 3,47 Treasurer3FHWLlidian Editorial Staff 47 Photo Editor 47 Euclidiidgffjgdlining Club 37 Euclidian Ad Staff 37 Euclidian Rep. ' 'ntative 37 Eucuyo Repre- sentative 37 G.A.A. 2,3, -'QviH..C. 3,47 Committee Head for Membership 47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Homecoming Committee 47 Hall Guard 2,37 l.Q.S. 47 N.H.S. 3,47 Panther-of-the-Week 37 Student Council 2,37 Survey Representative 27 Spirits Club 4. 122, 138, 144, 152, 159, 162, 165 BEATRICE ADELE DI DONATO Bea G.A.A. 2. EUGENE DI NARDO Ill Gino JEAN C. DI PUCCIO Poochie Assemblies 27 Friendship Club 2,37 Junior Red Cross 47 Senior Scandal 47 Captain of One-for-the-Panthers 2,3,4. 130,151 MAGDALINE D. DOBNIKAR Peggy E-Room Activities 27 Euclidian Representative 2,37 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 27 Junior Prom Com- mittee 37 Student Council 2,37 Swim Club 2,3,47 Sec- retary 37 Swim Meet Timer 2,37 Swim Show 2,3,4. 161 308 ANITA D. DOMBROWSKI Anita Euclidian Representative 37 Friendship Club 2,31 G.A.A. 27 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall. LARRY H. DOMIN Larry N.F.L. 4. 145 PAUL MICHAEL DONOVAN Dumbo Foreman's Club 47 Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 158 SHARON LOUISE DOWNEN Sherry Big Show 37 Choral Masters 3,47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 27 Panther 47 Swim Club 2,3,47 Swim Leader 2,3,4. 138, 161, 164 CHARLES C. DOYLE Chuck JERRY THOMAS DRAGONETTE Drag Eucuyo Representative 4. SHARON A. DRENIK Sharon E-Room Activities 27 Friendship Club 27 F.B.L.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 Co-op Student 4. LINDA L. DUTKO Lyn Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 37 F.T.A. 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Co-op Student 47 Orchestra 2,37 World Affairs Club 3. JANET M. DVORNI K JOSEPH R. ECKENRODE Joe E-Room Activities 47 Lettermen 2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Track 2,3,4. 89 DOROTHY I. ECKERMAN Dottie E-Room Activities 37 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 37 Ju- nior Cabinet 37 Prom Committee 37 Student Secretary 3,4. MAXINE EDMONDS Max Co-op Student 47 Library Monitor 37 D.E.C.A. 4. Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 218 JOYCE A. ELLIS Zoe E-Room Activities 47 Eucuyo Representative 47 Friend- ship Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 3,4. 150 NANCY J. EMSER Nancy Assemblies 2,3,47 Cadet Band 27 Concert Band 3,47 Friendship Club 27 F.B.L.A. 2,3,47 Vice-President 37 N,E. District of Ohio Vice-President 47 F.N.A. 2,3,47 Marching Band 2,3,47 Pep Band 27 Student Council 27 Survey Business Staff 47 Secretary 47 Usher 27 I.Q.S. 4. 148, 150 ELIZABETH A. ERZEN Betty MARIANNE J. ERZEN Marianne HELEN T. ESTVANDER Helen E-Room Activities 37 Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 2,37 N.F.L. 4. 141, 150 Euclid Choir 2,3,47 Friendship ROBERT EVANGELISTO Bob Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 DALE E. EVANS Dale Choral Masters 3,47 Euclid Choir 27 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 Student Council 27 Usher 2. 138, 149 EUGENE D. EYER Eugene MONICA A. FABEC Monica it.s,E""ZQtL,., RICHARD FABRITIUS Rich Biology Club 37 Key ClLlwN.H.S. 4. 153, 156 CONSTANCE M. FALTON Connie E-Room Activities 37 Friendship Club 2,3. MARY A. FASKA Mary F.N.A. 3,4. 150 ANDREW J. FENDE Duncan Eucuyo Representat RONALD L. FERREL Baseball 2. ive 47 Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 Ron JOHN T. FLESHIN J.T. Camera Club 2,3,47 Concert Band 2,3,42 I.Q.S. 3,47 Marching Band 2,3,47 Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,47 Photographer 2,3,47 Official Maiorette Photographer 2,3,4. 126, 144, 146 JOSEPH B. FOCARETO Joe RICHARD P. FOCHT Rich HELEN FOGEL Barbs Friendship Club 37 Honor Study Hall 2. MARILYN A. FOGEL Charlie Friendship Club 37 G.A.A. 3,47 Euclidian Secretary 4. 122 FRANK D. FORGIONE Frank Cadet Band 2,37 Marching Band 2,3. SALLY D. FORKER Sally Big Show 2,3,4f Concert Band 27 Dramatics Club 2,3,47 Fall Play 2,37 Marching Band 27 Stage Craft Club 47 Spring Play 2,47 Thespian Club 2,3,47 Drama Workshop 4. 147 GLENN G. FOSTER Egore Fall Play 37 P.A. Technicians Club 3,47 Ski Club 4. 160 RICHARD FOWLER Rich DOUGLAS L. FOX Doug Ski Club 4. 160 LINDA M. FOX Foxie Cheerleader 2,3,47 Cgfligpondence Secretary 47 Friendship Club 37 li'2,3p N.H.S. 3,47 Student Council 47 Euclidian All Off 37 Senior Scandal 47 Senior Cabinet 4. 96, 13 , 132, 152 SANDRA L. FROOM Sandy Euclid Choir 3,47 Euclidian Representative 27 Friend- ship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 37 Girls' Glee Club 2. 141 MARJORY A. FROST Marie F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 World Affairs Club 4. 149, 156 JUDY A. FRUSTERE Judy Euclidian Business Staff 47 Concessions Manager 47 Euclidian Training Club 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 27 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Homecoming 47 N.F.L. 47 Spring Play 27 Ski Club 4. 125, 160 MARLENE A. FUCHS Mar Friendship Club 2,3,47 G.A.A. 3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 Student Council 3, 150 RAYMOND A. FUERST Ray Wrestling 3. CAROL M. GABRENYAFX-M--L Carol F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. ,gg 'fill-toll Guard 27 student Council 27 Survey Bu ' jStaff 3,47 Survey Edi- torial Staff 2,3,47 Spec 'M 147 N.H.S. 4. 126, 128, 131, 149, 153 RONALD L. GABRIEL Ron Basketball 2,3,47 Football 47 Gym Leader 3,4. 70, BO RICHARD D. GAINAR Rick Hall Guard 27 Ho-nor Study Hall 27 Swim Team 27 Swim Club 2. LINDA J. GALAIDA Linda Euclid Chair 2,37 Friendship Club 37 Junior Cabinet 37 Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM H. GANT Bill Cadet Band 2,37 Football 27 Lettermen 3,47 Wrestling 27 Baseball 2,3,4. DAVID B. GARLAND Dave Lettermen 2,3,47 Science Seminar 2,3,47 Tennis 2,3,41 Track 27 N.A.S.S. 2,3,4. 91, 101, 154 THEODORE P. GASSER Ted Baseball 27 Football 27 Lettermen 3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Track 3,47 Cross Country 3,47 Captain 4. 86, 87, 89 DONALD F. GASTER Gaster Foreman's Club 3. DIANE L. GEISKY Dee Dee Friendship Club 2,37 Cabinet 2,37 Eucuyo Repre- sentative 37 F.N.A. 3,47 F.T.A. 2,3,47 Treasurer 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Girls' Glee Club 27 N.F.L. 47 Student Council 37 Survey Representative 2,37 Spectrum 47 UsherV2,4. 131, 145, 149, 150 SHIRLEY A. GERE Shirley DONNA L. GERMOVSEK Donna Euclid Choir 2,37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Student Council 2. 149 SUSAN L. GILL Sue Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 3. THOMAS A. GILLIOTTI Tom Football 2,3,47 Leltermen 3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Spirits Club 47 Track 27 Wrestling 2,3,47 N.A.S.S. 3,4. 70, 91,102,165 BONNIE L. GINGELL Bonnie Friendship Club 37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Hall Guard 2. BRIAN M. GLICK Brian THEODORE W. GOBLE Ted E-Room Activities 47 Euclidian Business Staff 3,47 Euclidian Representative 37 Eucuyo Representative 2,37 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Junior Cabinet 37 Key Club 2,3,47 Lettermen 2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 2,3,47 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scandal 47 Sports Editor 47 Student Council 3,47 Swim Team 2,3,47 Cap- tain 47 Spirits Club 47 Track 47 Wai Napolo 2,3,47 Sophomore Class Vice-President 27 Junior Class Vice- President 3. 89, 130, 132, 156 MARY ELLEN GOJAK Meg Friendship Club 27 F.T.A. 2,3. JANIS D. GOLON .lan Eucuyo 47 Friendship Club 37 F.T.A. 37 G.A.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 N.F.L. 2,47 Senior Scandal 47 Wai Napolo 37 Spectrum 47 Political Affairs 47 Ski Club 4. 130, 131,160, 163 SHARON M. GOMBACH Sheri E-Room Activities 2,37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 27 Hall Guard 2,37 Student Council 2,3. JOYCE J. GOODWIN Joyce Ad Club 2,3,47 Euclid Choir 27 Friendship Club 27 F.N.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 27 Student Council 2,37 Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4. 126, 150, 164 JAMES S. GORSLENE Jim Gym Leader 27 Student Council 2. JUDY M. GOZOSKI Judy Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.B.L.A. 47 F.T.A. 3. 148, 150 JOHN S. GRAAFMEYE J.G, Assemblies 37 Choral f fi 3,47 E-Room Activities 2,3,47 Key Club 27 Stu ,'Council 27 Spectrum 47 Spirits Club 47 N.H.S. 7 Senior Class President 4. 131,138,153,165,171 MARY BETH GREEN Greenie Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 2,3,47 Treasurer 37 G.A.A. 27 Wai Napolo 2,37 Assistant Swim Show Director 37 Co-op Student 47 Swim Leader 2,3. 148 c.v.e..4c PATRICIA S. GREER ' " Pat Choral Masters 47 Eucli raining Club 37 Friend- ship Club 27 F.N.A. 3, rclub Representative 47 F.T.A. 47 Honor Study H I 27 N.H.S. 4. 138, 139, 149, 150, 153 CHRISTINE A. GREGORIC Chris F.T.A. 47 World Affairs Club 47 Political Affairs Club 47 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 149, 156, 163 CAROL GRILL Carol Co-op Student 4. JUSTINA M. GRILLO we vi Tina Euclidian Representative E cuyo Representative 37 Friendship Club 2, Member 2, F.N.A. 3, F.T.A. 2,3,47 Historian 37 af. ecutive Board 3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 P.A. Club 47 Student Council 37 Survey Business Staff 47 Survey Representative 37 Spectrum 47 N.H.S. 4. 128, 131, 149, 153, 158 ELYSE E. GRIMM Elyse Euclidian Training Staff 37 Euclidian Representative 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 P.A. Club 2,3,47 Secretary 47 Ski Club 4. 149, 150, 158 JOHN T. GROCE John ROSEMARY J. GROSS Rosie Friendship Club 3. DONNA J. GRUBAC Friendship Club 2,47 World Affairs Club 3. 150 Donna KAREN L. GUENTHER Karen Concert Band 2,3,47 E-Room Activities 27 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Homecoming 37 Marching Band 37 Movie Club 37 Spectrum 47 N.F.L. 4. 131 SANDRA A. GUILD Sandi' Friendship Club 47 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 Usher 2,3. 149, 150 KATHLEEN A. GUSTETIC Kathy Euclidian Training Club 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 27 Honor Study Hall 27 Survey Business Stall 3,4. 128, 149 JUDITH M. GUTH Judy Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 37 G.A.A. 27 Hall Guard 27 Spectrum 4. 131 LINDA J, GUTTMANN Linda Friendship Club 3. ANITA M. HABIAN Nita Assemblies 2,3,47 Cheerleader 2,3,47 E-Room Activi- ties 37 Euclid Choir 3,47 Euclidian Training Staff 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 Girls' Glee Club 2. 96,141,150 Roaster D. HAGBERG Rob Cadet Band 27 Marchirf End 27 P.A. Club 2,3,47 Student Council 27 Spectg Q 47 N.H.S. 4. 131, 153, 158 BETH A. HAHN Beth ROSEMARIE HALL Rosemarie JUDITH M. HALLACK Judi Choral Masters 47 Euclid Choir 2,37 Friendship Club 27 F.T.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 Usher 2. 138,149 MICHAEL J. HALLER Mike Eucuyo Representative 4. SANDRA J. HALTERMAN Sandy G.A.A. 27 Thespians Club 3. LINDA K. HAMILTON Linda Euclid Choir 4. 141 EDNA C. HANES Eddie Choral Masters 47 Eucli -it ir 2,37 Friendship Club 27 F.T.A. 2,3,47 Vice-P mf ' 4: G.A.A. 2,37 l.Q.S. 3,47 Junior Cabinet 37 -ii 3,47 Student Council 2,3,47 Survey Represen 2,37 Survey Editorial Staff 47 World Affairs Clu 37 Vice-President 37 Sur- vey Reporter 2,3. 126, 132, 138, 144, 149, 152 ROBIN HANNA Robin Drawing 8. Painting Club 27 E-Room Activities 27 Euclid Choir 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 27 G.A.A. 2,3. GREGORY T. HARPER Gregg Assemblies 2,3,47 Big v-" I 3,47 Camera Club 3,47 Chess Club 27 Concert 2,3,47 Chevron Society 2,3,47 Fall Play 27 Key 7 Marching Band 2,3,47 N.F.L. 47 Orchestra 2, Band 2,3,47 Survey Editorial Staff 47 Pit Ban 2,3,47 N.H.S. 47 I.Q.S. 4. 126, 136, 137,144,146,153,156 LESLIE A. HARRIS Les Big shew 2, Friendshi I 1 Q, G.A.A. 2, Meth Club 3,4, N.F.L. 2,3,-1, N.H.S.m 'lOrchestra 2,3,4, Science Seminar 2,3,47 Spectrum i Usher 2. 136, 145, 152, 154, 155 THOMAS C. HARWOOD Tom Honor Study Hall 27 Wrestling 2. KIMBERLY A. HASHAGEN Kim Euclidian Representative 37 Friendship Club 27 F.T.A. 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, sw 3, vieevfeesaeni 4, G.L.C. 3,47 Girls' Glee 7 Maiorette 37 Maiorette Substitute 47 N.H.S. 3, 'n f ior Scandal 47 Student Supply Store 47 Studentw ilncil 2,47 Survey Business Staff 3,47 Survey Repre entative 27 Euclidian Ad Staff 37 Winter Sports Queen 4. 112, 128, 130, 132, 152, 159, 162, 163 DONALD C. HATHAWAY Don Choral Masters 3,47 F.T.A. 27 Boys' Glee Club 27 Let- termen 3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Track 37 Cross Country 3,47 Crazy 8's 3,4. 87, 138 GRETCHEN A. HAVREBE Gretchen Euclidian Representativ gcfgitlcuyo Representative 37 Friendship Club 27 F.Tl ,3,47 Treasurer 37 Presi- dent 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Hal gid 37 N.H.S. 3,47 Senior Scandal 47 Copy Editor 7 ' udent Council 37 Spirits Club 4. 130, 149, 152, 16 ELOISE M. HAYNES Ellie Survey Business Staff 47 I.Q.S. 47 Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 128, 144 KAREN L. HEARN Karen Co-op Student 47 Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 27 Talent Scouts 2,37 D.E.C.A. 4. 218 DARI M. HEBEN Dari Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 37 Gym Leader 37 Ski Club 4. 160 KAREN S. HECKERT Karen DAVID R. HENDERSON Fudge Track 2,37 Cross Country 2. DIANE L, HENDERSON Diane Euclid Choir 2,37 Euclidian Representative 27 Friend- ship Club 27 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Maiorette Club 2,37 Survey Business Staff 3,4. 128 CAROLYN M. HENRY Carol Chess Club 27 Concer, 5 ',2,3,47 Chevron Society a,4, Friendship Club 2, 7 7 study Hen 3, Merch- ing Band 2,3,47 Math 3,47 President 47 N.F.L. 47 Science Seminar 2, -7 urvey Business Staff 47 N.H.S. 4. 128, 137, 145, 53, 154, 155 LAWRENCE M. HENWOOD Larry Bowling 47 Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 100 RONALD J. HERBST Ron E-Room Activities 37 Football 2,3,47 Homecoming 3. 70 BARBARA J. HERRSCHAFT Barb Eucuyo 47 Eucuyo Representative 47 Friendship Club 37 F.B.L.A. 47 Student Secretary 47 Panther Block 47 l.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 148 wiLuAM M. Hererz Ben Key Club 47 Junior Ac 'Zia nt 47 Vice-President 47 N.H.S. 4. 153, 156 lg sosaie J. HILL ' Bobbie G.A.A. 37 Co-op Student 47 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. BARBARA A. HILLE Barb Assemblies 2,47 Girls' -7 Club 27 Eucuyo 27 Eu- clidian Training Club dship Club 2,47 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,a,4, I, , Maiorette Club 2,37 Senior Cabinet 4, Nr. N.H.S. 3,4, Prom cem- mittee 37 Survey Busines taff 47 Survey Editorial Staff 3,47 Copy Editor 47 ectrum 3,47 Usher 2. 126, 128,131,144,145,149,15O,152 WILLIAM R. HOBSON Bill Tennis 2. 309 NORMAN BRUCE HOB W Bruce Cadet Band 25 Footbal .5 m Leader 35 Key Club 3,45 Director 45 Math Cl Survey Business Staff 45 N.H.S. 4. 128, 153, JUDITH ANTOINETTE mf-5 R Judy Ad Club 3,45 Friendshi l'2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 SUYV K IOTICII s16ff 4, was N6- 55616 3,4. 126, 149, 15 KARL? 164 CYNTHIA A. HOEDT Cindy Euclid Choir 3,45 Friendship Club 35 F.N.A. 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. 141 DENNIS T. HOERNIG Dennis BERNARD R. HOHS Bernie Eucuyo 2,3,45 Editor 45 Eucuyo Representative 2,35 P.A. Club 2,35 l.Q.S. 4. 130, 144 BEVERLY C. HOLCOMB Bev Student Council Bookst r 35 E-Room Activities 45 Eucuyo 2,3,45 Euclidi resentative 35 Eucuyo Repfesenmisye 2,3,45 AIM. .. Club 2,3,45 r.r.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hon dy Hall 25 N.H.S. 3,45 Prom Committee 45 Su -:5- Representative 35 Usher 35 World Affairs Club 2 3,45 Political Affairs Club 45 Ski Club 45 l.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 150, 152, 156, 160, 163 DENNIS E. HOLMES Dennis CONSTANCE M. HOLWICK Connie LARRY D. HOPKINS Larry SUSAN E. HORSEY Sue Choral Masters 45 EucuyoT,22545 Circulation Manager 45 Euclidian Represent' W mf" 5 Eucuyo Representative 3,45 Friendship Club Cixi .T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 . 3,45 Usher 2,35 World Affairs Club 45 Political A fairs Club 45 l.Q.S. 4. 130, 138, 144, 152, 156, 163 JOHN E. HORTON John Football 2,35 Lettermen 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4. 89, 91 JANICE M. HOURY .Ian Dramatics Club 25 E QQ ,35 Eucuyo Representa- tive 2,35 Friendship Cl bg x, 5 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 H lf, 'ard 35 Science Seminar 35 Student Council 35 V iey Editorial Staff 2,3,45 Spectrum 45 N.H.S. 4. 12 , 131, 150, 153 RONALD L. HOWARD Howie Concert Band 2,3,45 Golf Club 35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Pyep Band 25 Survey Business Staff 45 Golf Team 3,4. 128 DAVID E. HOWE Dave Political Affairs Club 45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 163 JANET SUE HOWELL Hey Howell A.F.S. 3,45 Euclid Choir 34- Euclidian Editorial Staff 45 Editor-in-Chief 45l-UE' iglian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 25 F.T. Y K G.A.A. 2,35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Homecoming M.S. 45 Junior Cabinet 35 The Linguists 25 Prom imittee 35 Buckeye Girls' State Representative 35 tudent Council 25 Spirits Club 45 N.H.S. 4. 122, 141, 144, 153, 159, 165 KENNETH J. HROVAT Ken RONALD J. HROVAT Ron Football 2,35 Gym Leader 35 Key Club 2,3,45 Wres- tling 2,3,4. 102, 156 VINCENT HUGHES Key Club 45 Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 156 Vince JAMES N. HULA Jim Co-op Student 45 D.E.C.A. 4. 218 ROBERT J. HULA Bob Foreman's Club 3,4. 158 DONALD R. HULL Tex Foreman's Club 3,45 President 45 Football 25 Swim Team 3. 158 310 MARIAN I. HUNT Mar Cheerleader 2,3,45 Friendship Club 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Homecoming 3,45 Hall Guard 35 Lettermen 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Council 3. 96 PATRICIA R. HURLBURT Rickie Ad Club 2,3,45 Student Council Bookstore 2,35 Choral Masters 3,45 Euclidian 75 ' -1 'al Staff 45 Art Editor 45 Euclidian Training Cl ucuyo Representative 25 Friendship Club 2,35 m ay 2,35 Homecoming 2,3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Science 'l:5dl'!5 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Survey Editorial S ff 2,35 Spirits Club 3,45 Treasurer 35 President 45 Usher 25 Maiorette Club 2,3. 122, 133, 138, 152, 165 CARL B. HURWITCH Chuck Chess Club 25 Euclidia ,jj-lu,-.1 Staff 45 Photograph- er 45 Euclidian Traini tin b 35 Football 25 Gym Leader 4- Key Club 2 3 -ECP th Club 2- Science Sem- Qi inar 2,3,45 Survey Reipr ative 2, iii-1.5. 45 1.Q.s. 412214413 41 . , ,5,15, DANIEL D. HYLKEMA Danny Gym Leader 2,35 Track 3,4. 89 BURKE A. HYNE Burke Student Council 2,35 Gym Leader 25 Football 25 Bas- ketball 25 Track 35 Spirits Club 45 Ski Club 45 Intra- murals 2,3,4. 160, 165 MARY J. HYNES Jackie Friendship Club 2,3. JOSEPH M. IVANKO Joe Bowling 3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Key Club 35 March- ing Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,4. 100 CAROL A. IWANSKI Carol Wai Napolo 2. ROBERT P. JACKSON Bob Basketball 25 Gym Leader 35 Baseball 2. DIANE L. JANIS DONALD A. JENKINS KATHERINE M. JERNEJCIC Kathy Cadet Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2. LAWRENCE JEVNIKAR Larry Fall Play 4. ROBERT E. JOHNSON Bob ROBERTA L. JOHNSTON Bobbi Co-op Student 45 Winter Sports Court 35 D.E.C.A. 45 Secretary 4. 218 KATHLEEN A. JONAITIS Kathy Euclid Choir 2,35 Eucuyo ship Club 2,3,45 F.N.A. 3 Representative 2,35 Friend- ,45 President 45 G.A.A. 2,35 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Spectrum 4. 126, 131, 150 BRUCE G. JONES Bruce Cadet Band 25 Key Club 2,35 Marching Band 25 Track 2,3,4. B9 JERRELL B. JONES Jef,-ell SUZANNE G. JONES Sam Assemblies 45 E-Room Activities 2. RICHARD A. JOST Rich EDWARD A. JUDICE Dice E-Room Activities 25 Homecoming 2,35 Hall Guard 25 Honor Study Hall 25 N.F.L. 25 P.A. Club 2,35 Stu- dent Council 2. RITA M. JUSKA Rifq Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. NICHOLAS J. KACZUR Nick Concert Band 25 Football 2,45 Lettermen 3,45 Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 3. 70, 89 RICHARD L. KAEHLER Rick Foreman's Club 4. 158 THOMAS RICHARD KAIB Tom F.B.L.A. 25 Co-op Student 45 Gym Leader 3. JOHN STEPHEN KALE Yogi P.O.Y. 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Hunter Safety 25 Army R.O.T.C. 35 Intramural Wrestling 35 J.V. Base- ball Letter 35 Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. JAMES A. KANE JR. Jim Basketball Manager 45 Football Manager 45 Letter- men 4. 95 PATRICIA ANN KANE Candy E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Euclid Choir 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclidian Representative 45 Eucuyo Repre- sentative 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Senior Scandal 45 Survey Representative 35 Usher 2,3. 124, 130, 149 DAVID V. KAPROSY Dave Student Court 4. RICHARD I. KARASH i L Rick A.F.S. 3,45 Camera Club 45 Golf Club 2,3,45 Hali Guard 35 Key Club 2,3,.!+TEiLcutive Board 3,45 Letter- men 2,3,45 Math Clulf .H.S. 3,45 President 4, Science Seminar 2,3,45- nt Council Representa- tive 35 Executive Board urvey Business Staff 3,45 Advertising Manager 45 porter 3,45 Wrestling 2,35 l.Q.S. 45 Senior Class Cabinet. 95, 127, 128, 133, 144,146,152, 154,155, 156,159 THEODORE JOHN KARPY Ted Assemblies 25 Golf Club 2,3. DONNA JEAN KASELAK Donna E-Room Activities 35 Sophomore Class Secretary 25 Friendship Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 35 Usher 2. 150 CAROL ANN KATALENAC Carol E-Room Activities 35 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Student Council 35 Euclidian Ad Staff 3. GARY M. KATTLER Gary CONNIE LEE KELLER Connie Cheerleader 2,3,45 J.V. Basketball Captain 25 Varsity Captain 35 Co-Captain 'rls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 3,45 Euclidian B Staff 25 Eucuyo Repre- sentative 35 F.T.A. 45 -+-,qlliw 25 Homecoming Queen 45 H6n6r Study H611 25 rmen 35 N.H.S. 3,45 P.A. Club 25 Senior Scandal Student Council 2,45 Wai Napolo 3,45 Survey Representative 2,35 Spirits Club 45 Sophomore Class Treasurer 2. 84, 96, 130, 132, 141,149, 152, 161, 165 JOHN I. KELLY John NADINE J. KENDRA Nadine ROBERT ANTON KERMAVNER Arky Biology Club 2,35 Big Show 35 Movie Club 2,3,45 Noon Movies 3,4. 146 CHERYL LEE KING Cher Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 2,35 F.N.A. 3,45 World Affairs Club 2,3. 138, 150 DOLORES J. KING Dee Ad Club 3,45 F.T.A. 2,3. 164 GERALD M. KING Jerry WILLIAM HOWARD KING Bill E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 2,35 Gym Leader 25 Hall Guard 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Key Club 45 The linguists 25 Play Night 25 Prom Committee 35 Spec- trum 2,3,45 President 45 Survey Representative 35 Spring Play 25 Track 25 Usher 2,35 Cross Country 25 Speech Contests 45 N.F.L. 4. '131, 156 LINDA KIPP Kippy Euclidian Representative 2,3,45 Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hall Guard 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Junior Red Cross 2,35 Co-op Student 45 Student Coun- cil Alternate 25 Survey Representative 25 D.E.C.A. 45 Secretary 4. 150, 218 ANDREW J. KISSEL Butch Foreman's Club 4. 158 LAUREEN S. KITKO Laurie Assemblies 2,37 Euclidian Business Staff 37 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 37 Junior Red Cross 37 N.F.L. 27 Student Council 2,37 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2,3,4. ANNA JUDITH KLANCAR Ann Co-op Student 47 D.E.C.A. Club 47 Activity Committee 47 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 218 DONALD E. KLANN Don Lettermen 47 Track 27 Cross Country 2,3,47 Indoor Track 4. 87, 89 Brenda BRENDA FAY KLAVORA Euclidian Representative 2,37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 2,37 Co-op Student 4. DAVID L. KLEINHENZ Dave KENNETH PAUL KLUG Ken Football 2. ELIZABETH IRENE KNACK 52157 Friendship Club 2. JEAN MARIE KNOCH 16011 Friendship Club 37 F.N.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 27 N.F.L. 4. 150 JOYCE ANN KNOCH Joyce Friendship Club 37 F.N.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 27 N.F.L. 4. 150 DONNA MARIE KOBE Donna Friendship Club 2,37 7 lmifle 27 F.B.L.A. 27 G.A.A. 2,37 GLC. 37 Honor 7 Ili? Hall 2, Maiorette 3,47 Head Maiorette 47 Maig ' Club 2,3,47 Survey Edie torial Staff 2,37 Sopho ' Class Cabinet 27 N.H.S. 4. 79, 153 JOEL ALLAN KOCI -IUC Football 27 Baseball 2,3,47 Lettermen 3,4- KAREN A. KOEPKE KUVGVT Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 3. KATHLEEN MARY KOLEGAR Kathy Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 47 G.A.A. 37 Usher 2. 148 RICHARD F. KOLLER RICII JOHN MICHAEL KOMOCAR 519 -I9I""' Basketball 2,3,47 Big Show 2,3,47 COUCCYI Blind 2,3742 Football 2,37 I.Q.S. 47 Key Club 2,47 Lettermen 3,47 Marching Band 27 Orchestra 2,47 Pep Band 47 Pit Band 27 Survey Editorial Staff 3,4. 80, 126, 136, 144, 156 CARL w. KOMRAUS Curl KATHLEEN ANTOINETT 'si OSEC Kathy Friendship Club 2,37 ,47 G.A.A. 2,3742 G-I--C 3,47 Survey Editorial St -' ditor 47 Student Council 47 World Affairs Club rvey Reporter 37 I.Q.S. 47 N.H.S. 4. 126, 144, 14 , 153, 162 MARY MICHEL KORTHALS Mike Eucuyo Representative 27 Honor Study Hall 2. RAJEANNE LEE KORTHALS Reggie E-Room Activities 3,47 Euclid Choir 47 Euclidian Rep- resentative 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Panther 47 Prom Committee 37 Student Council Alternate 2,37 Wai Napolo 27 Survey Representative 27 Winter Sports Chairman 47 N.F.L. 4. 141, 150, 164 MARY ANN KOSTANSEK Mary Ann Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Co-op Student 47 Wai Napolo 2. JOYCE M KOTNIK Joyce Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 4. 150 ELAINE A. KOVAL Elaine Maiorette Club 2,37 Friendship Club 2,3. ALLEN A. KOVAR Al Golf Club 2,3,47 Hall Guard 27 Key Club 2,3,47 Stu- dent Council 2,32 Spectrum 47 Golf Team 2,3,4. 131, 156 MARY BETH KOVATCH Mary Beth Big Show 37 Pit Band 37 Concert Band 3,47 Friendship Club 37 F.B.L.A. 3,47 Treasurer 47 Marching Band 3,47 Usher 37 N.H.S. 4. 148, 153 JOAN KOZAK Cozie Friendship Club 27 F.N.A. 2. JUDITH LILLIAN KOZLEVCAR Judy Eucuyo Representative 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 G.L.C. 2,3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 The Linguists 27 P.A. Club 27 P.A. Announcer 27 Stu- dent Council 27 Survey Business Staff 3,47 Survey Representative 27 Usher 2,3. 128, 149, 162 ALAN T. KRANE Al CAROLE JEAN KRAPENQKA Carole Friendship Club 37 F.T.'Aif7"Zi,3,47 Hall Guard 37 l.Q.S. 47 Student Council 47 SisCIA37f'Representative 47 Survey Editorial Staff 3,47 Wo Jffairs Club 47 Secretary 47 N.H.S. 4. 126, 127, I U , 144, 149, 153, 156 LINDA DIANE KRECIC Linda Euclid Choir 3,47 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 P.A. Club 2,3,4. 141, 158 BARBARA A. KREPSHAW Barb E-Room Activities 2,37 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 2. KATHLEEN L. KRINCE Kathy Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 37 G.A.A. 3,47 Student Council 37 Student Secretary 4. JEAN MARIE KRZEPINA Jeannie Friendship Club 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Junior Cab- inet 37 Co-op Student 47 D.E.C.A. 47 Activities Com- mittee 4, 218 EDMOND PAUL KUCHLING Wrench Bowling 3,47 Concert Band 3,47 Chevron Society 2,3,47 Foreman's Club 47 Marching Band 2,3,47 Pep Band 2,3,4. 100, 137, 158 LEONARD JAMES KULKA Lenny Foreman's Club 3,4. 158 RICHARD LAKATOSH Rich Gym Leader 37 Homecoming Escort 47 Key Club 2,3,47 Lettermen 3,47 Track 3,47 Wrestling 2. 89, 156 GAYLE LORRAYNE LANG Gayle Friendship Club 2,37 Hall Guard 2,37 Red Cross Club 27 Student Council 3. HARRY B. LANGHAM Bob Choral Masters 3,47 Honor Study Hall 2. 138 GARY D. LANGLOIS Gary FRED D. LAPORTE Frenchy SUSAN KAY LA PORTE Sue Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 37 P.A. Club 27 Student Council 2,37 Usher 2. JOHN JOSEPH LARKIN Jack Football 2,37 Swim Team 2,3. WAYNE F. LASCH Wayne Eucuyo Representative 3,47 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. ERIC C. LARSEN Eric Football 27 Gym Leader 37 Lettermen 37 Wrestling 27 Baseball 2,3,4. HEIDI E. LASNIK Hi Dramatics Club 2,3,47 Eucuyo 27 Eucuyo Representa- tive 2,3,47 Friendship Club 2,37 Honor Study Hall 37 Play Night 37 Spectrum 37 Thespian Club 4. 130 MELVIN LAWRENCE BARBARA ANN LEACH Barb REBECCA S. LEAKE Beaky Leaky Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,4. 150 MARILYN A. LEBER Marilyn Ad Club 47 G.A.A. 2,3 SHERYL ELAINE LEFKOWITZ Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 Usher 2,3. PEARL PAULINE LEFOR Dimples F.T.A. 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 27 Student Council 2. 149 TONI CHERYLE LEGAN Toni Girls' Glee Club 27 Friendship Club 37 G.A.A. 27 F.T.A. 3,47 Student Council 2,37 Survey Business Staff 3,47 Survey Representative 37 One-for-the'Panthers Cap- tain 4. 127,128,149 ROBERT H. LELAND Bob THOMAS RICHARD LELLIS ' Tom Choral Masters 37 Gym Leader 3,47 Boys' Glee Club 27 Junior Cabinet 37 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3,47 Baseball 2. SANDRA LEE LEMM Sandy Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Junior Citxbinet 37 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scandal 47 Survey Editorial Staff 3. 130 HAROLD W. LEMMONS Harry VINCENT LENARCIC Vince ELIZABETH LOUISE LESIAK Betty Choral Masters 47 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 37 G.A.A. 2,37 Orchestra 2,3. 138 ROBERT J. LESKO Bob JANIS ELLYN LETNEY Jan Girls' Glee Club 27 Euclid Choir 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.B.L.A. 47 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Honor Study Hall 2,37 Spectrum 47 Usher 2,37 Office Runner 3,47 Student Court 4. 131, 148, 150 RICHARD ALLAN LEWIS Rich Foreman's Club 47 Track 3,47 Wrestling 2,3,47 Cross Country 3,47 Crazy 8's 3,4. 87, 89, 158 RICHARD STUART LEWIS Big Lou Choral Masters 47 Key Club 3,47 Survey Business Staff 4. 128,138,156 SANDRA J. LEWIS Sandy G.A.A. 2,37 Panther Block 4. DANIEL G. LIGGETT Dan E-Room Activities 27 Hall Guard 27 Track 27 Cross Country 2. JUDY KATHLEEN LILLEY Judy Choral Masters 3,47 Secretary 47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Euclidian Business Staff 37 Eucuyo Representative 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 G.A.A. 37 Junior Cabinet 37 Survey Business Staff 47 Survey Representative 27 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 37 Usher 37 Spring Sports Sopho- more Attendant 27 Panther Black 47 Senior Cabinet 4. 128, 138, 150 MARGARET ELEANOR LILLEY Margie Talent Scouts E.H.S. 37 Choral Masters 47 Euclidian Representative 27 Friendship Club 2,3. 138 MARILYN JAYNE LIS May Euclid Choir 3,47 Friendship Club 2,47 F.N.A. 37 F.T.A. 2,3. 141, 150 GARY M. LO CONTI Gary Basketball 27 Football 27 Tennis 27 Wai Napolo 2. CHERYL A. LOFGREN Cheryl I.Q.S. 4. 144 THOMAS JOSEPH LONCALA Tom E-Room Activities 37 Assistant Foreman 3,4. CAROLINE A. LONCHAR Carol Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 27 Honor Study Hall 2. LESLIE ANNE LONG Leslie Assemblies 27 Big Show 47 Choral Masters 3,47 Dra- matics 2,3,41 Eucuyo 2,3,47 Poetry Editor 47 Eucuyo Representative 2,37 Friendship Club 27 F.T.A. 2,37 311 Fall Play 2,35 Girls' Glee Club 25 l.Q.S. 3,45 Play Night 2,3,45 Spring Play 45 Thespian Club 2,3,45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 25 Survey Reporter 2,3,45 Drama Workshop 45 Spring Play Production Staff 2,3. 127, 130, 138, 144 DAVID T. LORENCE Dave Foreman's Club 45 Track 3,45 Cross Country 3,4. 87, 89 MICHAEL A. LORENZO Mike Gym Leader 25 Office Runner 4. SHARON M. LORENZO Sherry GARY ALLEN LOVE Gary Bowling 2,45 Big Show 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Letter- men 35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 45 Pep Bond 2,3,45 Track 35 Cross Country 3. 100 DARRELL D. LOVEJOY Darrell ARLENE MARIE LUCHA I-OU Dramatics Club 2,35 Friendship Club 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Junior Red Cross 35 Co-op Student 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Treasurer 4. 218 RALPH EDWARD LUFFLER Ralph Tennis 45 Track 4. 89, 101 JAMES A. LUNDER Jim PATRICIA EILEEN LYLE Pat Friendship Club 2,35 Survey Representative 3. KAREN MARIE LYMAN Karen A.F.S. 25 E-Room Activities 3,45 Manager 45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Executive Board 3,45 Fall Play 45 G.A.A. 2,45 N.F.L. 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Membership Chairman 45 P.A. Club 2,35 President 35 Survey Representative 25 Spring Play 25 Thespian Club 45 World Affairs Club 4. 145, 149, 156 MARGARET T, LYNCH M'-19919 Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 35 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 President 45 G.L.C. 45 Honor Study Hall 25 Student Council 35 N.F.L. 4. 162 FRED LYTLE Rick Transferred to Euclid in Sr, year, RONALD JOHN MACKS Moxie Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Choral Masters 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 25 Football 25 Gym Leader 35 Home- coming Escort 45 Hall Guard 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Lettermen 3,45 Spirits Club 4. 80, 138, 165 DONALD J, MADEY Madey Cadet Band 25 Hall Guard 35 Track 2,3,45 Cross Coun- try 2,3. 89 JOSEPH THOMAS MAHOVLIC Joe Baseball 3,45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year, CAROLE ANN MALOVIC Carrie Ad Club 2,3,45 Friendship Club 2. ALLAN A. MALZ Melvin Gultz Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 35 Industrial Council 35 Advanced Auto Shop 45 President of English Class 2. MARILYN ANN 'Writ Marni Ad Club 3,4, Big stiuvL7 f " Qrtsert Burtd 2,3,4, Eu- cuyo Representative 25 2,3,45 G.A.A. 45 March- ing Band 2,3,45 N.H. A 1 5 Secretary 45 Student Council Representative 45 Spectrum 2,3,4. 131, 132, 149, 152 LORETTA M. MARINCIC Lou JOEL D. MARINO Joe Spectrum 4. 131 JAMES L. MARSEY Mouse Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. RITA DIANE MARTHIN Aunt Martha Cadet Bond 25 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 3,45 Secre- tary 45 G.A.A. 35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Spectrum 35 312 Concert Band 3,45 Senior Scandal 45 Spring Play 3. 130, 148 JAMES M. MARTUCCI Jim Football 2,35 Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Indoor Track 25 Lettermen 2,3,45 N.A.S.S. 3,4. 89, 91, 102 RICHARD CARL MASEKPF Su' Rich Assemblies 2,35 Big S ' ,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 P nd 2,35 Science Seminar 3,45 N.H.S. 4. 153, 154 RONALD c. MASEK 'frs-?"i?tTgiLrr Ruri Concert Band 2,3,45 MC' I Band 2,3,45 N.H.S. 4. 153 ' if JAMES R. MASON Jim Foreman's Club 4. 158 NANCY LEE MATEJKOWSKI Nanc Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hall Guard 2. TERRY D. MAY Terry LORETTA JOYCE MAYNU 'Wi Loretta G.A.A. 2,35 Co-op Stu F N.H.S. 3,45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. ,5 ,Ji JOHN MAYNARD John P.A. Club 2,3,4. 158 MARTIN ALAN MAZZEI Martin Football 3,45 Football Manager 25 Wrestling 25 Key Club 4. BO, 156 JUDITH EILEEN McCARTHY Judy Choral Masters 45 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Repre- sentative 35 Friendship Club 2. 138 KEITH J. McDERMENT Keith ALICE MARIE ANN MCDONNELL Al G.A.A. 45 Junior Red Cross 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Transferred ta Euclid in Jr. year. 151, 218 GEORGE DAVID MclLRATH Biff Eucuya Representative 25 Fall Play 2,35 Gym Leader 35 Hall Guard 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 P.A. Club 2,3,45 Spring Play 25 Track 2,35 Cross Country 2,3,4. 87, 158 LINDA SUE McKEE Linda Friendship Club 2,35 3,45 Vice-President 45 Fall Play 35 G.A.A. 255 'Cdr Study Hall 25 Survey Representative 2,35 Us Q H35 World Affairs Club 45 Panther Block 45 Clinic S refary 3,45 N.H.S. 4. 150, 153, 156 JOYCE KAY McKlBBEN .Ioyce Big Show 35 Friendship Club 3,45 F.N.A. 45 F.T.A. 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Movie Club 2,35 P.A. Announcer 35 Student Supply Store 45 Spectrum 45 World Affairs Club 45 Ski Club 4. I31,15O,156,159,160 RICHARD McKlNLEY Rich PATRICIA J. McKNlGHT Pot NANCY AGNES McNAB Nan E-Room Activities 2,35 Manager 35 Friendship Club 35 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 35 Panther 45 Panther Block 45 Student Council 2,35 Senior Cabinet 4. 164 JOYCE LOUISE MEDLEN Joyce Euclid Choir 45 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 35 Usher 25 Maioretle Club 3. 141 LINDA R. MEHLS Lyriri Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 2. JUDITH ANNE MERVLSLQEQ Judi Big Show 25 Concert 5l2,3,45 Chevron Society 2,3,45 F.T.A, 2,35 Mar jf 7'iBand 2,3,-1, N.H.S. 3,4, Orchestra 2,3,45 Pit Bali ,3, Spectrum 2,35 Spring Piuy 3. 136, 137, 152 NANCY SUE MEYERS Ma Ha Cadet Band 2. JANE F. MIKA Jane Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Ski Club 4. 160 VALERIE ANNE MIKLAUSICH Val Dramatics Club 45 Spring Play 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 45 Library Monitor 4. ALBERT MIKLAVCIC Al DENNIS A. MIKLAVIC Dennis DAVID EDWARD MIKOLSKY Dave Football 2. JO-ANN CAROL MIKOVICH .lo Cadet Band 25 Marching Band 25 Office Runner 45 Student Secretary 4. JAMES L. MILAVEC Jim Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 25 Key Club 3,4. 156 LOUIS PHILLIP MILAZZOTTO Louie Senior Scandal 45 Track 2,3. 130 LAWRENCE P, MILLER Larry Eucuya Representative 2, LENORE HELEN MILLER Euclidian Training Staff 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 45 Maiorette Club 2,3. 149 Lenore LINDA LEE MILLER Linda Eusiitiiurt Business stur siidiurt rruiriirig Club 3, Euclidian Representatiifs 'x ,il Friendship Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 F.N.A. 35 'JA 1, L Representative 35 World Affairs Club 45 Ski Clu 5 N.H.S. 45 l.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 149, 150, 153, 156, 60 PATRICIA A. MILLER Pat Friendship Club 2. RICHARD CHARLES MIL Rich Concert Band 2,3,45 N - ti Band 2,3,45 Band Ser- geant 45 Pep Band 2 it Band 2,3,45 Science Seminar 25 Survey Busi taff 3,45 Survey Reporter 3,45 Ski Club 45 N.H.S. 5 l.Q.S. 4. 126, 127, 144, 153, 160 WILLIAM A. MILLER Bill E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Homecoming Escort 45 Letter- men 2,45 Senior Scandal 45 Track 2,3,45 Senior Cab- inet 4, 89, 95, 130 BARBARA HELEN MILLS Pigeon Student Council BooksKo'EZ15 Big Show 25 Choral Masters 3,4, Euclid ciriigf g'ffEuriidiurt Editorial stuff 45 Senior Class Editor 'Elidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F. 3 725 G.A.A. 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Homecoming Pu licity 3,45 l.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 45 Student Council Executive Board 4. 122, 133, 138, 153 ROSALIE ELIZABETH MILONE Rosie Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Friendship Club 2,3,45 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 2,35 Student Council 2,3. 150 MARY ANN MINNILLO Mar Friendship Club 25 G, ,3,45 Junior Cabinet 35 Maiorette Club 2,3,45 Wriiigltte Substitute 35 Maior- ette 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Pro Tiaimittee 35 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council 2,45l Fey Business Staff 45 Sur- vey Representative 25 Ski lub 45 Senior Class Secre- tary 4. 128, 130, 152, 160, 171 DALE w. MOCHAN Dale LYNNE MARIE MOCIL ' -7 Lyrirte F.T,A. 2,:t,4, Executive' 4, G.A.A. 2,3,45 o.L.c. 45 Junior Cabinet 35 N v-' ,45 Student Council 2,3. 149, 152, 162 BARBARA ANN MODLIN Barb E-Room Activities 3,45 Euclidian Representative 35 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Hall Guard 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Student Council 2,35 Survey Representa- tive 25 Ski Club 4. 160 CAROL ANNE Moo Carol Eucuya Representative Q -ndship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 2 op Student 45 Maiorette Club 2,35 Student Counci Iternate 35 N.H.S. 4. 153 DUANE D, MOHORIC ' Duane LINDA CAROL PAWLUS Lin CAROL ANN MONTSCH Carole Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 47 Student Council 2. CAMERON G. MOORE, JR. Cam Ad Club 47 Basketball 27 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Football 2737 Key Club 273,47 Chairman of Ways and Means Committee 47 Track 3,4. 89, 124, 156 NORMA J. MORRELL Blondie Prom Committee 37 Panther Block 4. DAVID R. MORGAN Dave E-Room Activities 2,3747 Hall Guard 27 Student Coun- cil 37 Spectrum 47 N.F.L. 47 Senior Cabinet 4. 131 MICHAEL JOHN MORGAN Mike SHARON LEE MORSE Shar Student Supply Store 47 E-Room Activities 3,47 Man- ager 47 Eucuyo 47 Eucuyo Representative 47 Friend- ship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 273,47 G.A.A. 27 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 P.A. Club 2,3747 Secretary 37 P.A. Announcer 37 Senior Scandal 47 Survey Business Staff 47 Survey Representative 47 Spring Play 27 Usher 2. 128, 1307 149, 158 ROBERT ALAN MUEHLEISEN Bob MARSHA M. MULLENIX Marsh Friendship Club 2. COLIN MURDOCH Murd Golf Club 3,47 Honor my , ,I all 27 I.Q.S. 47 Junior Cabinet 37 Key Club 2 asurer 3,47 N.H.S. 3747 Vice'President 47 Orch 73747 Concert Master 47 Pit Band 2,3747 Studen 5 'ncil 37 Survey Editorial Staff 3,47 Reporter 47 Co yreader 47 Sports Editor 4. 127, 1287 1367 144, 152, 156 LYNN ANN MURPHY Muff Euclidian Representative 27 Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 Student Council 27 Euclidian Ad Staff 37 Senior Scandal 4. 130, 139 COLE DOUGLAS MURRAY Cole Fall Play 47 Football 2,37 N.F.L. 47 Play Night 47 Spring Play 4. JAMES E. MUTH Jim PAMELA A. NADA Pam CYNTHIA JOYCE NAGODE Choral Masters 47 Euclid Choir 37 Eucuyo 2,47 Eucuyo Representative 27 Hall Guard 2. 138 Cyndi LINDA MAY NALEPA Lin Euclid Choir 3747 Friendship Club 37 F.T.A. 47 Girls' Glee Club 2. 140, 141 JAMES E. NEBE Jim KATHLEEN ANN NEHLS Kathi Friendship Club 2,3,47 Spectrum 47 World Affairs Club 3.4. 131, 1507 156 SUSAN JEANNE NELSON Sue Chess Club 27 Cadet Band 27 Concert Band 3,47 Friendship Club 2,37 Marching Band 2,3,47 Spectrum 47 Usher 27 World Affairs Club 3. 131 KENNETH NEMEROVSKY Ken CAROL A. NENADAL Carol Euclidian Representative 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 27 Hanor Study Hall 27 Ski Club 4. 148,160 CATHRYN NENADAL Cathy Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 27 Honor Study Hall 27 Ski Club 4. 148, 160 DAVID R. NESBETT Dave LAUREL D. NESTLERODE Laurel Big Show 3. JACK A. NEUMORE Jack Fall Play 27 Spring Play 2,3,47 Track 4. 89 DAVID E. NEWNES KENNETH E. NICKEL Dove Ken Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. THOMAS ROBERT NIMELLI Cadet Band 2,37 Foreman' 2,3,47 I.Q.S. 4. 144, 158 CHERYL A. NISWENDER ARTHUR G. NOCH Tom s Club 3,47 Marching Band Cheryl Art Assemblies 27 Basketball 27 Bowling 27 Football 2. GERALD T. NORSIC Jerry E-Room Activities 2,3747 Hall Guard 37 Co-op Student 47 D.E.C.A. 4. 213 JUNE MARIE NOVOTNX,-iL .lune Euclidian Representativeggifriendship Club 37 F.T.A. 3747 G.A.A. 37 Junior 7 Cross 3,47 Senior Scandal 47 Student Council Alted -'37 N.H.S. 47 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 130, 15071517 153 THOMAS E. OCKUNZZI Tom Basketball 2747 E-Room Activities 47 Euclidian Repre- sentative 37 Football 2,3. BO CHARLOTTE ANN OGOREUC Char Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 27 Co-OP Student 4. SHIRLEY ANN OGRIN Shirley JUDD RUSSELL OILER Russ Assemblies 2,3,47 Big Show 27 E-Room Activities 27 Fall Play 27 P.A. Club 2,3,47 P.A. Announcers 2,3. 158 BARBARA M. OLAH Barbie Euclid Choir 2,37 Junior Red Cross 2. DAVID OMERZA Dave Eucuyo Representative 47 Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. LESLIE J. ONDERDONK Leslie Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 47 Honor Study Hall 2. GARY V. O'NElLL Gary DENNIS CONRAD OPDAHL Dennis Athletic Board 2,3,47 E-Room Activities 273747 Gym Leader 374. JANICE MARIE OREHEKii Jan Friendship Club 2,3,47 3,47 G.A.A. 2,47 Girls' Glee Club 27 I.Q.S. 47 Editorial Staff 47 Fea- ture Editor 47 Survey Hgfirter 37 Panther Block 47 N.H.S. 4. 126, 144, 150, 1353 PATRICIA A. OREN Pat MARY H. ORMSTON Mary JANETLYN M. OSTKAR Jan Friendship Club 2,37 Honor Study Hall 27 Movie Club 3,47 Spring Play 3,4. 146 MARY LYNN PAGANIE Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 47 G.A.A. 37 Hall Guard 37 N.F.L. 2,3,47 Student Council 2,37 Survey Editorial Staff 47 Art Editor 47 Spectrum 47 I.Q.S. 4. 126, 131, 1447 145, 149 Mary Lynnie ROY W. PALENSCHAT Roy JOYCE A. PALKO Joyce MICHAEL A. PALLER Mike CAROL A. PANICHI Poncho E-Room Activities 4. ALBERT J. PAOLO AI Lettermen 27 Track 27 Cross Country 27 Indoor Track 2,3. SHARON MARY PAPALKO Sharon Eucuyo 47 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Student Council 2,31 Ski Club 47 Junior Prom Decoration Com- mittee 3i I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 160 CAROL REBECCA PAPP Carol Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3. DONNA JEAN PARCHER D07-mg Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. JORDAN M. PATRONIS Mike Lettermen 27 Track 27 Cross Country 2. KATHLEEN INEZ PATTON Kathy Euclid Choir 27 Euclidian Representative 27 Friend- ship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 37 G.A.A. 273,47 G.L.C. 2737 Prom Committee 37 Usher 3. E-Room Activities 2,3,47 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 2,3747 lnterschool Basketball 3,47 lnterschool Softball 3,47 Senior Scandal 4. 130 LYNN PAYNE Lynn G.A.A. 2737 F.T.A. 273747f!FEi5:f1dship Club 2737 Choral Masters 3,47 N.F.L. 471 3 ' rum 47 N.H.S. 4. 131, tae, 153 3' JANET F. PEARN - Jan Euclidian Business Stcrfff,'tfgj'1uclidian Training Club 37 Friendship Club 2,3'm?i"l'.A. 273,47 G.A.A. 2737 Survey Editorial Stafffu E World Affairs Club 37 N.H.S. 4. 125, 149,153 JOHN M. PERROTTI Sonney DIANE A. PERTICK Diane KENNETH L. PERUSEK Ken HANS GUNTHER PESCH Hansie Assemblies 3,47 Stude ly Store 2,3,47 Football 27 Homecoming ChairmgfLQ-gif Key Club 47 Lettermen 3747 P.A. Club 27 Seniof. X' dal 47 Co-Editor 47 Stu- dent Council 37 Executii "'ard 47 Vice-President 47 Track 2,37 Wrestling 2,3,4, Cross Country 37 N.H.S. 4. 91,102713O,133,153,156,159 EDWARD J. PESEC Eddie E-Room Activities 47 Football 2,3747 Gym Leader 37 Key Club 2737 Lettermen 47 Wrestling 2,37 Senior Class Vice-President 4. 70, 171 JACQUELINE RUTH PETERKA Road Runner Friendship Club 2. GARY H. PETERS Pete CAROL ANN PETERSON Carol Student Council Boo : Choral Masters 374: Executive Board 47 Euclifi 'Q lEditorial Staff 47 Layout Editor 47 Euclidian Tra pi x1'CIub 37 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 2,31 Girls' ' ' "Club 27 I.Q.S. 47 Senior Scandal 47 Art Editor 47 Student Council 47 Spring Play 37 N.H.S. 4. 1227 130, 132, 1387 1447 153 RICHARD J. PETERSON Rich THOMAS R. PETROCHIC Tom Eucuyo Representative 4. ANTHONY CHARLES PETRUZZI Tony Big Show 27 Choral Masters 3,47 Dramatics Work Shop 47 Eucuyo 37 Fall Play 2,37 Spectrum 3,47 Spring Play 2,37 Thespians 27374. 131, 138 NIKKI C. PHILLIPS Cookie E-Room Guard 47 Friew Club 2,37 Cabinet 2737 G.A.A. 273,47 Reporterlf . 'rvey Editorial Staff 3747 Art Editor 47 Maiorette "2,37 Ski Club 47 I.Q.S. 47 N.H.S. 4, 126, 144, 153 60 JAMES RICHARD PIETRO Jim Football 4i Track 37 Crazy 8's 3,4. 70 KAREN PAULA PIKE Peanuts Euclidian Representative 37 Eucuyo Representative 37 Friendship Club 27 F.B.L.A. 2,3747 Secretary 37 Hall Guard 2,37 Cofop Student 47 Student Council 2,37 Survey Representative 2,37 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2,3,47 Student Director 4. 148 CHRISTOPHER GEORG 3 X EY Chris Honor Study Hall 27 L ' n 3,47 Science Seminar 2,3,47 Survey Editorial 7 Track 3,47 Cross Coun- 313 try 3,45 Library Monitor 45 I.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 4. 87, 89, 91, 126, 144, 153, 154 JOANNE VICTORIA PINTO Jo Friendship Club 2. SHARON LEA PIOTROWSKI Sharon Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 4. JUDITH SUZANNE PIRC Judy Friendship Club 2,3,4. 150 DARLENE M, PISCOPO Darlene THOMAS HENRY PLICKERT Tom Honor Study Hall 2. JAMES W. POWALIE Jim Junior Red Cross 45 D.E.C.A. 4. 151, 218 JEROME W. POWALIE Jerry D.E.C.A. 4. 218 JOHN RICHARD POZUN John Eucuyo Representative 45 Hall Guard 25 Wrestling 25 Baseball 2. MAUREEN E. PRATT Moe G.A.A. 4. ROBERT CHARLES PRIJATELJ Bob Big Show 2,3,45 Fall Play 25 Concert Band 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Survey Business Staff 4. 128, 136, 156 CAROL DAWN PULVER Carol Concert Band 2,3,45 F.B.L.A. 35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Movie Club 2,35 Spectrum 2,35 Executive Board 3. THOMAS JAY PURDY Tom Euclidian Representative 35 Eucuyo Representative 25 Honor Study Hall 2,35 Survey Representative 2. SHARON MARIE PYLICK Sharon F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 N.F.L. 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Panther Block 4. 136, 145, 149 LENORE ELIZABETH RAST Lenore Friendship Club 2,3,4. 150 CYNTHIA MARIE REBA Cindy Big Show 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Maiorette Substitute 45 Student Council Representative 2. PATRICIA DALE REDDl Pat Friendship Club 2, E. ggggzlafi, G.A.A. 3, survey Business Staff 3,45 Sur gftliitorial Staff 3,45 N.H.S. 4. 153 M ARTHUR DEAN REDER Dean RICHARD DONALD REDMOND Rick Big Show 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Fall Play 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 Play Night 2,3,45 Stage Craft Club 2,3,45 Spring Play 2,3,4. GARY C. REED Gary Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Representative 25 Homecoming Escort 45 Hall Guard 35 Key Club 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Swim Team 25 Wai Napolo 2. 125, 156 CAROL LOUISE REESE Reesie Assemblies 25 Cadet Band 25 Eucuyo Representative 35 Friendship Club 25 Maiorette Club 25 N.F.L. 25 Spring Play 2. CAROLINE M. REEVES Carol Concert Band 2,3,45 Chevron Society 3,45 Friendship Club 35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,4. 137, 149 VICTORIA G. REGALBUTO Vicki l.Q.S. 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 45 Photographer 45 Euclidian Training Club 45 Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 P.A. Club 2,3,45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 4. 122, 130, 144, 150, 158 314 JOHN R. REICHENBACH Jack Football 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Track 3,4. 70, 89 WILLIAM HOWARD REINKE Bill Euclidian Representative 35 Key Club 3,45 Baseball 2. 156 DONALD E. REISINGER Don Key Club 45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 156 RAE VIRGINIA RES Rae Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Representative 35 Eucuyo Representative 35 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Junior Gym Leader 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. DARLENE KAYE RHODES Darlene Friendship Club 2. RAYMOND RIGGS Roy CAROL ANN RINEHART Rine Student Council Alternate 3. CHARLOTTE JEAN RITZ Char Ad Club 45 Assemblies 35 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 3- Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 25MB-!.QI,Q75Q,L,.,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 G.L.C. 25 Homecoming 3,45 Qf1llZ6g.1ard 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 N.F.L. 2,3,45 S hairman 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Treasurer 45 Prom Co' Litee 35 Student Council 2,3,45 Spectrum 45 Usher ,35 World Affairs Club 2,35 Winter Sports Attendant 45 Maiorette Substitute 35 Maiorette 4. 113, 125, 131, 132, 145, 152, 164 LINDA LEMON ROBERTS Lemon Assemblies 2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 J.V. Captain 25 Substitute 45 Euclidian WW sentative 35 Friendship 35 F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 35 W ,ntgtejr 35 Hall Guard 35 Let- termen 3,45 N.H.S. 31 'giggiduction Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Adve 45 Student Council 45 Survey Business Staff 3, 5 irculation 45 Survey Rep- resentative 35 Spirits 45 anther Drive Chairman 3. 95, 96, 128, 130, 132, 152, 165 BARBARA ANN ROBICH Barbie Eucuyo Representative 25 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Senior Scandal 45 Survey Rep- resentative 2. 130 CHARLES DAVID ROBINSON Chuck ROBERTA JEAN ROCHKAR Bobbie Jean l.Q.S. 45 Euclidian Ed Staff 45 l.D. Editor 45 Euclidian Training Clulfxgjglfiendship Club 2,35 Cab- inet 2,35 F.B.L.A. 25 G. 72224 Junior Cabinet 35 Prom Committee 35 N.H.S. 3, ,udent Council 45 Survey Representative 35 Spirits Usher 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Maiorette Club 2,35 Student Secretary 4. 122, 132, 144, 152, 165 SAMUEL ROCKWELL Rock Basketball 2,3,45 E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Track 4. 80, 89, 90 SANDRA LEE RODENCIC Sandy Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 35 F.N.A. 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Movie Club 4. 138, 146, 150 EILEEN M. RODGERS Eileen Friendship Club 2,35 F.N.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 35 Wai Napolo 3,45 Student Council 3. 161 ROBERT W. ROESCH Bob LINDA EVE ROGERS Linda Ad Club 35 E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Maiorette Club 2,3,4. CHERYL LYNN ROLAND Cheri E-Room Activities 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 Student Supply Store 2,3,45 Student Council 25 N.F.L. 4. 159 DAVID EDWARD ROLL Dave Cadet Band 35 Concert Band 25 Foreman's Club 45 Marching Band 2. 158 DONALD J. ROMANO Don Eucuyo Representative 2,35 Gym Leader 35 P.A. Club 2,3,4. 158 DONNA J. ROMANO Donna Choral Masters 45 Eucli .,, ir 2,35 Euclidian Repre- sentative 35 Friendshi f "2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Secre- tary 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 i S13,45 President 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Student Supply w,Ql: ' Survey Business Staff 3,45 Survey Representativ 35 Senior Cabinet 4. 128, 138, 149, 152, 162 MICHAEL L. ROMANO Mike JACKIE MAY ROSCHY Roach Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4. 149 JANET NORMA ROSE Gypsy Euclid Choir 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Usher 25 Ski Club 4. 160,162 EDWARD ROSEZAK Ed JAMES GEORGE ROSIPKO Jim Chess Club 25 Co-op Student 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Senior Cabinet 4. 218 DIANN L. ROSS Rossi Babes Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2. JOHN C. ROTH John JO ANNE ROUSE Jo G.A.A. 2,3. JANE C. ROWLAND Janie MARGARET LEE RUPAR Rup Cadet Band 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 Marching Band 2,3,45 Student Council 3. LAURA LEE RYDER Laura Friendship Club 2,35 F.Ttf:ff", G,A,A, 2, Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall E - Linguists 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Survey Busi 7Staff 45 Office Assistant 3,45 N.H.S. 4. 128, 149, 3 DIANE MARIE SALYAN Di Friendship Club 45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 150 ROGER W, SANDERSON Roger MICHAEL L. SANTAY Mike ROSEANNE MARIE SARAMA Marty Choral Masters 3,45 Friendship Club 2,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 World Affairs Club 4. 138, 150, 156 RONALD B. SARSTEDT Ron Football 25 Lettermen 3,45 Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 3,4. 87, 89 MARGO LORRAINE SCHAFFER Margo Friendship Club 2,35 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 2,35 Survey Representative 35 Maiorette Club 2,3. 148 JOHN C. SCHASER John GAIL MAY SCHEID Gail Friendship Club 25 Student Secretary 25 Office Run- ner 4. PATRICIA M. SCHERER Pat ROBERT B. SCHIEMANN Bob Foreman's Club 25 Football 25 Gym Leader 2. MARY K. SCHNELLER Mary JON ERIC SCHROETER Jon Foreman's Club 25 Football 2,3,45 Lettermen 2,3,45 Senior Scandal 45 Track 2,3,4. 70, B1, 130 ROBERT WADE SCHUE Wade A.E.s. 2,3,45 Chairman Iii . 4, Chess Club 2, Fall Play 2,45 Math Club 2,3 A "1 . . 3,45 President 45 Com- mittee Chairman 2,35 si 3,45 P.A. Club 2,35 An- nouncer 2,35 Science Semi ar 2,3,45 Thespian Club 45 Usher 4. 145, 152, 154, 159 JANE HALL SCHULTE f Janie N.H.S. 4, E-Raam Acti , " 4, Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.L.C. 2,3,45 Executive Board 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Maiorette Substitute 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scandal 4, 130, 153, 162 ANN W. SCHULTZ Annie Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Homecom- ing 45 Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 25 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council 3,45 Sophomore Cabinet 25 Usher 3,45 Panther Block 45 Spectrum 45 Senior Class Treasurer 4. 130, 131, 132, 149, 171 PAUL JOSEPH SCHULTZ Paul Spectrum 3. JOHN W. SCOTT JR. John Cadet Band 2,35 Lettermen 3,45 Marching Band 2,35 Pep Band 2,35 Tennis 2,3,4. 101 CHARLOTTE M. SEDMAK Char Friendship Club 2,3. DAVID R. SEDMAK A Dave RUTHANNE V. SEGUIN Ruth l.Q.S. 45 E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Eucuyo 3,45 Essay Editor 45 Dance Chairman 45 Eucuyo Representative 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Student Supply Store 25 Panther Block 4. 130, 144 SHARON ANN SEIFERT Sharon CAROL A. SERKOWNIK Pokey Cadet Band 2,3,45 Friendship Club 2,35 F.N.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 25 Marching Band 2,3,4. 150 PATRICIA ROSE SERNEL Segie E-Room Activities 2,3,45 Euclid Choir 45 Eucuyo 45 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Hall Guard 25 Usher 2. 130, 141 ROBERT SHANER Bob Eucuyo 45 World Affairs Club 2,3,4. 130, 156 JOAN A. SHAUGHNESSY Joni G.A.A. 4. NANCY LOUISE SHEPPARD Nan Choral Masters 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Concessions 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Survey Representative 2. 125, 138, 149 Store 3,45 Manager 45 he Affairs Club 3,45 Vice- LINDA MAE SHERRILL we--A Linda N.F.L. 45 N.H.S. 45 F ip Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Club 35 Student Supply President 4. 153, 156, '.' CYNTHIA SUSAN SHIELDS Cindy E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Homecoming 35 Maiorette Club 2,3,45 Maiorette Sub- stitute 45 Prom Committee 45 Student Council 2,35 Survey Representative 3. 78 DENISE MARIE SHINOSKY Denise Friendship Club 3,45 F.N.A. 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Panther Block 4. 150 JO ANN E. SHIRK .Io Ann Friendship Club 2,35 F.B.L.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Co-op Student 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. 148 BARBARA JEAN SHUBER Barb N.H.S. 45 I.Q.S. 45 Ad Club 2,3,45 E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Business Euclidian Training Club 35 Euclidian Represent 5 Friendship Club 2,3,45 r.N.A. 2,35 F.T.A. 2,:i, .A. 2,35 Homecoming 25 Hall Guard 2,35 Prom il ittee 35 Student Council 2,35 Survey Representati '- 35 Usher 25 Ski Club 4. 125, 144, 150, 153, 160, 164 EDWARD JOSEPH SHURMAN Sherm Assemblies 2,35 Golf Club 35 Hall Guard 35 Honor Study Hall 35 Track 2. KAREN ANN SIAT Karen E-Room Activities 34,45 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hall Guard 25 Survey Representative 25 Usher 35 Ski Club 4. 160 CAROLYN ANN SIDMAN Carole Friendship Club 25 Hall Guard 2,3. DONNA MAE SIEDLER Donna Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Junior Red Cross 2. LA VONNE MARLENE W La Vonne N.H.S. 45 I.Q.S, 45 Eud'1iQtw5"iBusiness Staff 45 Funds Manager 45 Euclidianin ing Club 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 'L 2,3,45 Honor Study Hall 25 Survey Representative . 125, 145, 149, 153 GEORGE R. SIRCA George Baseball 2,35 Lettermen 3. ELAINE JANET SIRKO Elaine E-Room Activities 2,35 Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 35 Co-op Student 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Ma- jorette Club 2,35 Student Council 3. 218 JOHN A. SIVEC Squirrel KAREN MARIE SKALSKI Karen Ski Club 45 Assemblies 3,45 Friendship Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Maiorette Club 2,3,45 Maiorette 3,4. 78, 150, 160 ROBERTA SUSAN SKEIVIS Bobbi Euclidian Representative 2,35 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Junior Cab- inet 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Council 25 Maior- ette Club 2,3,45 Maiorette 3,45 Head Maiorette 45 Student Secretary 45 One-for-the-Panthers 3,4. 78, 79 sHEiiA ANN sxou illifliv Sheila N.H.S. 45 Eucuyo Repreieiiotive 25 Friendship Club 2,35 PNA. 3,45 Jnniaryjia Cross 2,a,-1, Red Cross Club 2. 150,151,153 F" IRMA JEAN SKROUT Irma G.A.A. 2,3. MARILYN G. SKULLY Maryiyn Friendship Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Co-op Student 4. PAMELA SLOCOMB Pam Ski Club 45 Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 160 ESTHER NATALIE SLUGA Esther Ski Club 45 Friendship Club 2,35 Honor Study Hall 25 G.A.A. 2,3. 160 DAGMAR S. SMILEY Dagmar F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 45 World Affairs Club 45 Transferred to Eu:lid in Jr. year. 149, 156 Jif- LINDA J. SMINK Linda N.H.S. 45 l.Q.S. 45 Euclif ' 'nr'Business Staff 45 Euclid- ian Training ciiib 3, rriwt ship crab 3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Spectrum 2,45 Usher 3. I 5, 131, 144, 149, 150, 153 CAROLYN SMITH 'ffflgl' srnrtiy N-H-5- 4: F-N-A 4: Tfhff 'irfed to Euclid in Sr. year. iso, 15:4 LIONEL STEPHEN smiuiif-1. Lionel N.H.S. 4, Chess Club TE32ifEucuyo 4, Hall Guard 2, Science Seminar 2,3,4f!v Qfld Affairs Club 45 Polit- ical Affairs Club 4. ia 3, 154, isa, 163 LUCILLE SMITH Lucy Student Secretary 2,3,4. MARIE S. SMITH Marie SANDRA E. SMITH Sniedly Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2. JOHN J. SMOLIC John WILLIAM JOSEPH SNELLER Willie Assemblies 2,3,45 Fall Play 25 Honor Study Hall 35 P.A. Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Play Night 25 Spring Play 2. 158 JOANNE O. SOVICH .ioannie Ad Club 2,35 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Hall Guard 35 Student Council 25 World Affairs Club 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Maiorette Club 2,3. 156 ELAINE MARIE SOWUL Elaine DENNIS A. SPATE Dennis Chess Club 25 Eucuyo 3,45 Eucuyo Representative 4. 130 JOYCE CHRISTINE SPLISTISER Joyce Friendship Club 3,4. 150 HENRY M. SPOLAR Hank l.Q.S. 45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Key Club 2,3,45 Ski Club 4. 125, 144, 156, 160 BARBARA DELORIS SPRING Barb Euclidian Training Club 35 Euclidian Representative 2,35 Friendship Club 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Homecoming 35 Honor Study 25 Prom Committee 45 Student Council 2,35 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Maiorette Club 35 In- formation Booth Worker 35 Senior Cabinet 4. 126 ANNASTACHIA M. SPRINGER Ann TERRY LEE SPRINGER Terry Honor Study Hall 2,35 Movie Club 35 Track 25 Wai Napolo 25 Cross Country 3. ROGER M. SPROCHI Rog GEORGE B. SPUHLER Bud THOMAS JOSEPH STAHRE Tom Ski Club 45 Big Show 35 Fall Play 45 Spectrum 3,45 Vice-President 45 Stage Craft Club 3,45 Tennis 2,3. 101, 131, 160 SUZANNE V. STANKIEWICZ Sue E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Representative 25 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Red Cross Club 2. BRUCE MICHAEL STANLEY Green Giant Hall Guard 25'Co-op Student 45 Wrestling 2. JUDITH GAYLE STANLEY Dee Choral Masters 45 E-Room Activties 25 Euclid Choir 35 Euclidian Representative 25 Eucuyo Representative 25 Friendship Club 25 Student Council 25 Survey Rep- resentative 25 Student Court 4. 138 LAWRENCE G. STAPLETON Larry BARBARA JEAN STAROSTANKO Barbie Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 4. 148, 150 ROBERT ELDON STATZ Bob Ski Club 45 Cadet Band 25 Marching Band 25 Pep Band 25 Wai Napolo 25 Spectrum 3,45 Tennis 3. 131, 160 CYNTHIA GERMAINE WM LER Cindy N.H.S. 45 l.Q.S. 45 Bgf y 35 Euclidian Training Club 35 Euclidian Re f ative 35 Eucuyo Repre- sentative 3, F.T.A. 2,3 A.A. 2,3,45 Orchestra 2, 3,45 Vice-President 35 Su ey Business Staff 45 Spec- trum 45 Secretary 3. 128, 131, 136, 144, 149, 153 MARCIA JOAN STEA Marc N.H.S. 45 l,Q.S. 45 35 Euclidian Training Club 35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 'tx 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Survey B" 'I s Staff 45 Program Man- ager 45 Survey Represe ative 35 Spectrum 4. 128, 13I,136,144, 149,153 FRED WILLIAM STEELMAN Freddibare Bowling 2,45 Hall Guard 3. 100 ALLAN GARY STEICH Big Al CARL STEINFURTH Sur-foot TERRY ANN STEKLASSA Terry G.A.A. 2,35 Co-op Student 45 D.E.C.A. 4. 218 ANNA LEE STEPIC ...ana Annie Euclidian Representathm l Friendship Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Executive 4, G.A.A. 2,3,45 o.L.c. 45 Hall Guard 35 N.F.L N.H.S. 3,45 Funds Chair- man 45 Student Council ,45 Usher 2,3,4. 149, 152, 162 CHERYL MARIE STEPI Sherry t. N.H.S. 45 Ad Club 3, ndship Club 2,35 Movie Club 2,3,45 Science Se Survey Edita-rial Staff 4. 126, 146,153, 164 315 ESTELLE C. TERRANQVA JAMES G. ULLESTAD .lim KENNETH A. STEVENSON Ken NORBERT LEE STEWART Norm N.H.S. 4, concert sqndp qoo1f Club 2, 1.Q.s. 3,4, Key Club 4, MarEhing,s641lla,2,3,4, Top sergeant 4, P.A. Club 2, Pep Band i , I-Student Council 2,3, Sur- vey Business Staff 3,4, Mess Manager 4, Political Affairs Club 4, senior Ca 'ner 4. 128, 144, 153, 156, 163 JUDITH ANN STRAUSBAUGH Judy l.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 3,4, A. , ,,A, , Big Show 2,3, Concert Band 2,3,4, Chevron !.fygg','3,4, Euclidian Business Manager 4, Euclidian Lili", lng Club 3, Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 3, G.A.l ' -1, Marching Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,4, Pep Band'2,3,4, Pit Band 2,3, Wai Napolo 4. 136, 137, 144, 159, 161 JAMES WILLIAM TEKAVEC MARGARET A. TEKAVEC Tek Marge Estelle MARGARET M. STRAZISAR Marge Friendship Club 3. JOAN A. STRNAD Joanie Friendship Club 2, G.A.A. 2. LINDA KATHLEEN STRNISHA Linda E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Club 2, Red Cross Club 2. ELAINE M. STURM Elaine LEON RICHARD SUBSTELNY Leo DAVID J. SUMMERS Dave Big Show 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Fall Play 2,3,4, Movie Club 3,4, Play Night 2,3,4, Stage Craft Club 2,3,4, Spring Play 2,3,4, Thespian Club 2,3,4. 146 GEORGE SUMPH George RONALD EDWARD SURTZ Ron I.Q.S. 4, Big Shaw 2, my tra 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Euclidian Editoralqf -9-7 4, Euclidian Training Club 3, Eucuyo Repre ve 3, Key Club 2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Marchin xg d 2,3,4, Math ciub 3, N.H.S. 3,4, Orchestra 2, 3' Band 2,3, Science Sem- inar 2,3,4, Spectrum 3,4. 122, 131, 136, 144, 154, 156 JOHN RAYMOND SUSTERSIC Ray Football 2,3,4, Hall Guard 2, Lettermen 2,3,4, Wrest- ling 2,3,4, Captain 4, Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 102 DARL LAWRENCE SUTTON Larry Cadet Mand 3, Concert Band 2, Football 2, Marching Band 2, Stage Craft Club 2, Tennis 3. ADELE MARGARET SWAIN Dell N.F.L. 4, A.F.S. 4, Student Supply Store 4, Choral Masters 4, F.T.A. 4, Student Council 4, Survey Edi- torial Staff 4, Spirits Club 4, A.F.S. Student 1963-64. 126,132,13B,149,159,165 WILLIAM VICTOR SWEENEY Bill Honor Study Hall 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Swim Team 2, 3,4, Wai Napolo 4, Spectrum 4, World Affairs Club 4. 108,131,156,16I 'l....2"V?.2.L,,. EARL 1-1. sw1TALsKv 'gil Earl N.H.S. 4. 153 lf 57' Friendship Club 2. LINDA MARY THAMER Lin Euclidian Representative 2,3, Friendship Club 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3, Maiorette Club 2,3. DENNIS NOEL THAYER Denny Gym Leader 3,4, Homecoming Escort 4, Lettermen 2, 3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Captain 4, Cross Country 2. 102 PATRICIA ANN THOMAS Pat Friendship Club 2,3, G.A.A. 3, Co-op Student 4. DAVID S. THOMPSON Rusty Swim Team 2, Wai Napolo 2, D.E.C.A. 4, President 4. 218 ROBERT F. THORPE Bob E-Room Activities 2,3,4. KENNETH W. TIDERMAN Ken ROBERT J. TILK Bob Bowling 3,4, Chess Club 2, Track 2,3,4. B9, 100 JAMES T. TKATCH .lim ROSANN N. TOKES Ro G.A.A. 4. PAUL DEAN TOLCHINSKY Paul F.T.A. 2, Football 2, Key Club 4, Wrestling 2,3, Sen- ior Scandal 4, Senior Cabinet 4. 156 SHARON BETTY TOMASELLO Shari Junior Red Cross 3, Co-op Student 4, D.E.C.A. 4. 218 LINDA MARIE TOMKO Lindo Choral Masters 3,4, Ex Board 4, Eucuyo Rep- resentative 2,3, F.T.A. 7 ' .A. 2, l.Q.S. 3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Induction Chairma f q udent Council 2,4, Sur- vey Representative, Sur ,JIM itorial Staff 2,3,4, Copy Reader 3- News Editor 4- A ibrary Monitor 2, Buckeye Girl s State Alternate 3. 126 132 138, 144, 152 STEPHEN JAMES TOWARD bg L37 ROBERT D. SYMONDS Bob E-Room Activities 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Lettermen 2,3, Wrestling 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 95, 102 ALMA I. SYRACUSE Alma KENNETH A. TAKACS Ken Senior Cabinet 4. RICHARD A. TARANTINO Rich Foreman's Club 4, Movie Club 2, Swim Team 2, Wai Napolo 2, Track 2. 158 PHILLIP GEORGE TARTAGLIA Pooch Bowling 2, Honor Study Hall 2, Key Club 4, Lettermen 2,3, Track 3, Cross Country 2,3. 156 NANCY LEE TEEGARDIN Nancy Steve Choral Masters 3,4. 138 CYNTHIA J. TRAINA Cindi Friendship Club 3,4, Fall Play 4, G.A.A. 4, N.F.L. 2, 3,4, Secretary 4. 145, 150 BEVERLY ANN TRAMTE Bev DALE CYRIL TRAVEN Dale Baseball 2. LOUISE B. TRAVEN Louise Friendship Club 2. MARGARET J. TRAXLER Marge BARBARA R, TRUSKOLASKI Barb D.E.C.A. 4. 218 SANDRA MARLENE TUCCERI Sandy Big Show 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Chevron Society 2,3, Friendship Club 2,3, Marching1Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 2, Survey Business Staff 4, Accountant 4. 128, 137 KATHLEEN L. TURK Kathy Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 4, Honor Study Hall 2. 149 FRANCES ULLE Frances Cadet Band 2, Librari nfsih n hess Club 2, Concert Band 3,4, Librarian 3,4, IW-' on Society 3,4, Friend- ship Club 3, F.T.A. 2,3, ' mid 2, Marching sand 2,3,4, World Affairs Cl -X ,4, N.H.S. 4. 137, 149, 153, 156 ' KATHERINE MARIE ULL Kathy Euclidian Business Staf Ti uclidian Training Club JAMES A. TEGEL Jim 316 l g 5 3, Friendship Club 2, G.A.A. 2,3,4, G.L.C. 3,4, N.H.S. 4, N.F.L. 4. 1-f 153, 162 NANCY A ULLE Nancy Friendship Club 3, G.A.A. 2, Spectrum 4, World Af- fairs Club 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4. 131, 156 Bowling 2, Cadet Band 2,3,4, Lettermen 4, Marching Band 2,3,4, Cross Country 4. 87, 95 ELIZABETH ALICE UNICK sen, JUDITH ANN URANKAR Judy Girls' Glee Club 2, Eucl" Business Staff 4, Euclid- ian Training Club 3, ' AMF ian Representative 3, Friendship Club 2,3, lf 2,3, G.L.C. 3,4, Vice- President 4, Hall Guar Junior Cabinet 3, Prom Committee 3, Ca-Chairma 3, Student Council 3, Ski Club 4, I.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 153, 160 AMBER ANN URBANCEK Bambi Friendship Club 2,3, F.B.L.A. 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Co-op Student 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3. 21B GERALDINE F. URBAN Gerri I.Q.S. 4, Student Suppl YE 'g 2,3,4, Euclidian Train- ing Club 3, Euclidian S ss Staff 4, Friendship Club 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, UC. 3,4, N.F.L. 2, N.H.S. 3,4, Student Council 2,3. 25, 152, 162 JOSEPH WILLIAM URBANICK Joe Football 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Gym Leader 3, Junior Cabinet 3, Lettermen 3,4, Student Council 3, Cadet Band 2, Orchestra 2,3, Concert Band 3,4, Spirits Club 4, Wrestling 2,3, N.A.S.S. 3,4, Ski Club 4. 70, 71, 91, 160, 165 LEONARD M. URONIS Lenny Science Seminar 2. ROBERT JAMES USALIS Bob Camera Club 3,4, Honor Study Hall 2, Lettermen 2, P.A. Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Science Seminar 2, Spring Play 2, Track 2,3, Cross Country 2,3, Ski Club 4. 146,158,160 LAURA LYNN VAHCIC Laurie Euclidian Training Club 3, Friendship Club 3, F.N.A. 3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Spectrum 2,4, Usher 3, N.H.S. 4. 131, 150, 153 RAYMOND CARL VAN OAYEN Ray Marching Band 2,3. ROSEMARY VATTY Rose Eucuyo Alternate Representative 3, G.A.A. 2,3. JEROME A. VENCL Jerry MERILYN VERBIC Wiggles Hall Guard 3. GEORGE L. VERNER George CHERYL K. VERNICK Cheryl JOHN CARL VIBURS Big John MARIA JENNIA VOCATURO Nell Friendship Club 2,3, F.B.L.A. 2, Hall Guard 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Student Council 2. SIGRID VON REKOWSKI Sigrid G.A.A. 2, F.T.A. 2, Movie Club 2,3,4, N.F.L. 4. 146 JUDITH ANN VORHEES Judy Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. MARIE ANN VOVKO Marie Friendship Club 2,3. DAVID JOSEPH VRH Joe Football 2,3, Track 2,3,4. B9 DALE E. WALTERMIRE Waldo Eucuyo Representative 4, Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 THOMAS ALLEN WALT lift- X Tom Euclidian Business Staf lidian Training Club 3, Honor Study Hall 2, wmv, 3, Science Seminar 2, Wrestling 2, 1.Q.s. 4, N. ll 4. 125, 144, 153 MARION WASENDA Mickey Euclidian Training Club 37 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Fall Play 27 N.F.L. 2,3,4f Vice-President 47 Play Night 47 Student Court 47 Library Monitor 47 I.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 145 STEVEN ECHOLS WA " stove World Affoifs ciob 4, 4. 153, iso SUSAN JEAN WATTS soo CAROL ANN wess cor Cheerleader 27 E-Room Activities 2,3,47 Euclid Choir 37 Euclidian Training Club 37 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Euclidian Representative 27 Eucuyo Representative 2,37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 3,47 F.T.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Jun- ior Cabinet 37 Student Council 2,37 Survey Represent- ative 2,37 Ski Club 47 I.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 149, 150, 160 MICHAEL P. WEBER Mike Football 2,3,47 Lettermen 47 Student Council 2,37 Track 2,3,4. 70, 89 MADONNA ANN WEEKS Donna Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Panther Block 47 Student Court 4. 140, 150 ELLEN LOUISE WEHRLE Ellen Ad Club 2,3,47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Euclidian Repre- sentative 27 Eucuyo 3: tative 2.3: Ffi0"'dSl1iP D Club 27 F.T.A. 2,3,47 e Board 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Homecoming 4, Junior et 3, N.H.S. 3,47 1.Q.s. 47 Prom Committee 37 Scandal 47 Treasurer 47 Survey Business Staff 3, 7 Treasurer 37 Circulation Manager 47 Survey Representative 3. 128, 130, 144, DAVID RUSSELL ZOLLER Dave 149.152, 164 BEVERLY KAY WERLEY Bev Friendship Club 37 Junior Red Cross 2. FRANCES C. WERVEY Fran GOEFFREY B. WHITAKER Jeff JOAN LEE WHITTAKER Joan Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 3,47 Maiorette Club 2,37 Ski Club 4. 150, 160 JOHN G. WICHERT John JOSEPH LEROY WICKS Lee Lettermen 3,47 Baseball 2,3,4. DIANE MAE WILKES Twilkes Ad Club 37 Big Show 27 E-Roo-m Activities 37 Friend- ship Club 27 G.A.A. 37 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Senior Scandal 4. 130 JACQUELINE WILKINSON Jackie Friendship Club 2,37 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 3. SANDRA LEE WILLIAMS Wilbur Girls' Glee Club 2,37 M 'dian Training Club 37 Euclidian Business -Wm' irculation Manager 47 Friendship Club 2,37 0 2,3,47 G.L.C. 3,47 Home- coming 47 Winter Spor ndant 47 Junior Cabinet 37 N.H.S. 3,47 Student uncil 2,47 Science Seminar 37 Spirits Club 47 Usher 7 I.Q.S. 4. 113, 125, 132, 144, 162, 165 SUSAN JANE wiiisoisrfigk sozio Friendship Club 2,37 F. 455,47 Movie Club 37 Spec- trum 2,47 N.H.S. 4. 13 153 JACK CLIFFORD WILSON Jack Gym Leader 3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 Swim Team 27 Wai Napolo 3,47 Vice-President 4. 161 CRAIG ALAN WINDER Craig Basketball 2,3f Football 27 Key Club 3,47 Track 2,37 Cross Country 2,37 Homecoming Escort 4. 156 WALTER OSCAR WISTUM Wineo Eucuyo Representative 2,3. LAURA LEE WITTINE Laura Euclidian Training Clu iv iglrlidian Business Staff 47 Friendship Club 3,47 ' 5J2,3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 N.H.S. 3,47 World 'li Club 3,47 Student Sec- retory 3,47 I.Q.S. 4. 125, 44, 150, 156 NICOLE M. WOHLGEMUTH Nicki Office Secretary 3,4. MARY LOUISE WOLANSKI Mary Girls' Glee Club 27 Euclid Choir 37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 G.L.C. 3,47 Inter-school Basketball 2,37 Inter-school Baseball 2,3,4. 162 WALTER LEONARD WOLANSKI Bud Euclidian Representative 4. ALAN PHILLIP WOLF Al Football 37 Gym Leader 3,47 Student Council 3. PENNY S. WOLF Cheerleader 2,3,47 C 27 F.N.A. 3,47 G.A.A. Penny ' in 47 Friendship Club "'G.L.C. 3,47 Treasurer 47 Homecoming Attendani, N7 Honor Study Hall 27 Junior Cabinet 37 N. I '4',47 Prom Committee 37 Spirits 3,4. 85, 96, 150, 1 2, 162, 165 DAVID WOLFF Dave JEAN M. WRENN Jean LAWRENCE PHILLYS WRIGHT Larry Honor Study Hall 27 Lettermen 2,3,47 Student Coun- cil 27 Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,47 Track 2,3,47 Cross Country 2,3,4. 87, 89, 128 SUSAN MARIE WRIGHT Susie E-Room Activities 3,47 Euclid Choir 37 Friendship Club 2,3,47 F.N.A. 3,47 Treasurer 47 G.A.A. 2,37 Hall Guard 37 Junior Red Cross 4. 150, 151 SUE ANN YAGER Sue Euclid Choir 37 Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Junior Red Cross 47 P.A. Club 3,47 Spring Play 2. 150, 151, 158 VERONICA ANN YAGER Roni Eucuyo 2,3,47 Euclidia ining Club 37 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Eucu esentative 2,3,47 Friend- ship Club 2,37 G.A.A. ' S552 Guard 27 Honor Study Hall 27 I.Q.S. 47 N.H. Junior Red Cross 2,3,47 Red Cross Club 2,3,47 i - resident 37 Spectrum 2,31 Spring Play 37 Eucuyo ,3,47 Short Story Editor 47 Spring Play 3. 125, 130, 144, 151, 153 ANTHONY P. YANNI Tony NANCY MARIE YERAY Nancy Friendship Club 2,37 F.T.A. 2,37 G.A.A. 2,37 G.L.C. 47 Hall Guard 37 Honor Study Hall 27 Monitor 27 Maior- ette 4i Maiorette Club 2,3,47 One-for-the-Panthers 3, 4. 78, 162 DIANE M. YOGER Yogi Friendship Club 2,3,47 G.A.A. 37 Survey Business Staff 47 Ski Club 47 Panther Block 4. 128, 150, 160 ANNE JANE YOUDELL Janie Eucuyo Representative 47 Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. DENISE M. YOUNG Deni Euclidian Training Club 37 Euclidian Business Staff 47 Euclidian Representative 27 Friendship Club 27 G.A.A. 2,37 Homecoming 27 Survey Representative 37 Ski Club 47 One-for-the-Panthers 27 I.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 160 DORIS LOUISE YOUNG Dor Friendship Club 2,37 F.N.A. 47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Hall Guard 37 Senior Scandal 47 Student Council 47 Wai Napolo 3,47 Survey Representative 3. 130, 132, 150, 161 JAMES R. ZAAS Jim Cadet Band 27 Marching Band 2. ANTON JOHN ZADNIK Tony CATHERINE ZANGHI Cathy Friendship Club 2,37 F.B.L.A. 37 Co-cp Student 4. GAYLE KATHLEEN ZANYK Chipmunk Friendship Club 27 Hall Gaurd 27 Honor Study Hall 2. SANDRA E. ZDANOWICZ Sandy Friendship Club 37 Junior Red Cross 4. 151 JOANNE ELAINE ZADARA Jo Big Show 37 Choral Masters 47 E-Room Activities 47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Euclid Choir 37 Friendship Club 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Spectrum 47 Stage Craft Club 47 Spring Play 3,47 Panther Block 4. 131, 138 VICTORIA A. ZIELASKIEWICZ Vick-a-lie CAROL ANN ZIMMERMAN Zimmy Dramatics Club 37 E-Room Activities 27 Friendship Club 2. Cadet Band 27 Concert Band 3,47 Honor Study Hall 27 Marching Band 2,3,4. CONNIE L. ZURLO Connie LINDA LOUISE ZUST Linda Choral Masters 3,47 luljlff- Representative 27 Friendship Club 2,32 F. i ,47 Hall Guard 37 Student Council 37 Wai Napol 7 Spectrum 47 Usher 2,37 N.H.S. 4. 131, 13B,149, 153,161 317 ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. Baseball Coach. ....,.,, 46 JOYCE ALEXANDER, Social Studies, Marquette Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- versity, B.S. ........,.,,,......,,.,,...,,..,........,...,..,.,........,..... 34 ALVIN AMSTER, Business Education, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. Student Supply Store Advis- or. .............................................,...,....,,............,.......,,,. 40 CHARLES ASHER, Physical Education, Univeristy of Louisville, Miami University ot Oxford, B.S., M.A. Football Coach. ............................,s........,.....,.........,... 46 FRANK AULTZ, English, Mount Union College, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.Ed. Reading Laboratory Director, Team Teaching Leader. ........................................................................ 28 PAUL AVERS, Mathematics, Capital University, Kent State University, B.S., M.E. National Honor Society Advisor. . .........................,......,,.....,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.. 38 MARCIA BACKOS, English, Ohio Wesleyan University, Western Reserve University, Northwestern University, Lake Erie College, B.A., M.A. Senior Scandal Ad- VISOY. .........,.....,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, RONALD BACKOS, Science, California State College, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. .... . ...................... .36 OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman, Rio Grande Col- lege, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.A., M.S. Advisor of Movie Club, Visual Aids. .........................................,.................,............,... 36 LILLIAN BARROW, Business Education, University of Pittsburgh, Muskingum College, Ohio University, B.S., M.Ed. .............,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 40 DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language, Miami Uni- versity, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, Baldwin-Wallace College, University of Col- orado, University of Munich, Germany, B.A., M.A. 32 JEAN BECKER, English, Western Reserve University, B.A. ....,......................................................................... 28 VIRGINIA BELL, Guidance Counseling, Beaver College, John Carroll University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. .......................,...,..,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,, 26 JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal, John Carroll Uni- versity, Notre Dame University, Hertzel College, Kent State University, Ohio State University, Western Re- serve Untverslty, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. ............................ 25 BARBARA BLACK, Foreign Language, University of Wisconsin, Kent State University, Universidad Na- tional de Mexico, B.S., B.A. .....,................................ 32 ERVIN BOJA, Foreign Language, University of Buda- pest, Western Reserve University, B.A. American Field Service Advisor. ,,,...,,.,...,.,, ...... ,.., .,...,........., . . . D32 WILLIAM BROWN, English, University ot Florida, Western Reserve University, University of Illinois, B.A. ......................,......,................................................ 28 ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics, Ohio State Univer- sity, University of Dayton, B.S. ................................ 38 JAMES CALVERT, Science, North Central College, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. ............................,......,........................,..... 36 JUDITH CARMODY, English, Notre Dame College, B.A. Debate Advisor. ,..,.,..... ,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,, 2 B ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman, Bowl- ing Green State University, Miami University, Trinity University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.S. ..46 HAROLD CAYLOR, Business Education, Indiana State University, Edinboro State College, Kent State Uni- versity, B.S., M.Ed. Distributive Education Teacher Coordinator. ................................................................ 40 RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts, Kent State Uni- versity, B.S. ....... ,.,.....,.. ,............... ,.., ...,.,,..,,,.,......,..... 4 3 NANCY CLARK, Science, Allegheny College, Univer- sity of Michigan, B.S., M.A. ...................................... 36 ROSEMARY CLEMENT, English, Ursuline College, B.A. Drama Club Advisor. ..........................,...,................... 28 318 FACULTY INDEX CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman, Capital University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, Fenn College, Drew University, B.S., M.S. ............................................................................ 38 JAMES CLIFFEL, Mathematics, John Carroll University, Case Institute of Technology, Kent State University, B.S. Ski Club Advisor, Chairman of United Appeal Drive. .......................................................................... 39 LINDA COOK, Social Studies, Denison University, Western Reserve University, B.A. .... .. ............ . ......... 34 NORMA COWAN, English, Miami University, B.S. ..28 JEAN COX, English, Allegheny University, Columbia University, Duquesne University, Univeristy of Pitts- burgh, Kent State University, B.A. Red Cross Council Advisor. ,,....,...,,,.. ,,..,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,.......,.,. 2 8 ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Univeristy, B.S., B.A., M.A. ............................................................................ 27 MOSES DANNENHIRSH, Social Studies, Western Re- serve University, University of Chicago, B.A. .......... 34 HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Industrial Arts, Ohio Univer- sity, Kent State University, John Carrol University, B.S. Head Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach. ........................................................................ 43 DALE DAVISON, Science, Michigan State University, Ohio University, Purdue University, Ohio State Uni- versity, B.S., M.Ed. .....................................,.............. 36 VIRGINIA DEMORA, English, Bowling Green State University, B.S., M.A. ................................................ 28 WILLIAM DEMORA, Social Studies, Ohio State Uni- versity, Kent State University, Indiana University, Claremont College, B.S., M.Ed. Key Club Advisor, Assistant Wrestling Coach. .,.,..,,.,..,..,,,,,,,.....,,,.,,,,,.. 34 NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies, Kent State University, B.S. .......................................................... 34 FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies, Hiram College, Kent State University, George Washington University, Uni- versity of Colorado, Pomona College, B.A., M.Ed. ..34 LILLIAN DRESCHER, English, Notre Dame College, John Carroll University, Western Reserve University, M.A. ............................................................................ 28 SANDRA DRISCOLL, Physical Education, Wittenberg University, B.S. Maiorette Club Advisor. .................. 46 JOAN DUPREY, English, Western Reserve University, B.A. Eucuyo Advisor. .........................,..,..,.,.,,........... 28 CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts, Western Reserve University, Kent State University, B.S., M.A. Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach. ................ 43 DONALD EISEN, English, Western Reserve University, B.A. Euclidian Advisor. ...,..................,..................... 28 SUSAN EMSHWILLER, English, Miami University, John Carroll University, University of Colorado, B.S. ...... 28 AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language, Ohio State University, Georgetown University, University of the Americas, B.S., M.A. ,..,,....,....,................................... 32 KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English, Bowling Green State University, Ursuline College, John Carroll University, B.A. .............................. ....... .... . ..................................- 2 3 FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum, Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University, B.S. in Agr., B.S. in Ed. .......................... 48 DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science, Duquesne University, West Virginia Wesleyan University, B.E. ................ 36 SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science, City College of New York, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. Chess Club Advisor. ............,.,....................................,........ 36 KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman, Kent State University, B.S. ......................................--....... -.-.-...... 4 5 MARILYN FUERST, English, Kent State University, B.S. ............................................,........ --------sv--v------------ 2 3 ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, Western Reserve University, Fenn College, Kent State University, B.S. Football Coach. .........v.................... 43 KATHERYN GATES, Foreign Language, Marshall Uni- versity, B.A., M.A. ...........,.......................... ,.,. . ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 2 CLAYTON GEORGE, Business Education, Fenn Col- lege, Kent State University, East Carolina College, B.S., M.Ed. Euclidian Advisor, Quill and Scroll Ad- VISOY. ...........................,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O WILMA GILLMAN, Dean of Division G-L, Heidelberg College, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. .... 27 DONALD GLASER, Social Studies, Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio State University, B.A., M.A. ........ 34 LOUIS GMEINDL, Mathematics, Muskingum College, Kent State University, Brooklyn College, Fenn Col- lege, Arizona State University, B.S., M.S. ....,.. ,,,,,,, 3 9 BONNIE GOODMAN, Business Education, Ohio State University, B.S. ,,,.....,.,,.......,......, ....,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,.,,,, 4 0 MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics, Western Kentucky State College, University of Cincinnati, Ohio State University, B.A., M.Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39 PAT GREINER, Social Studies, Purdue University, B.S. ..............................,.......,...,,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 3 4 JOHN GRIFFIN, Dean ot Division M-R, Western Re- serve University, B.S., M.A. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26 ELEANORA GUZMAN, English, Macalester College, University of Minnesota, B.S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,-,,,,- 23 LUISE HANOLD, Science, Ohio State University, B.S. in Chem., B.S. in Ed., M.S. .,.,.........,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 36 RONALD HARDING, Social Studies, Ohio University, Western Reserve University, Kent State University, B.S. Bowling Advisor, Open House Chairman. ..,... 34 DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman, Cincinnati Conserv- atory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Western Re- serve University, B.S., M.A. Band and Orchestra Di- rector. ..,,,.,.,,...,.,.,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 MARY HARRINGTON, English, Notre Dame College, B.A. .......................,.......,.,.,,..,. .,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ..,.,..,.,,,.,.. 2 8 DEAN HAWVER, Science, Ohio State University, Kent State University, B.Sc. in Agr., B.Sc. in Ed., M.A. Biology Club Advisor. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, 36 RAYMOND HIVELY, Social Studies, Rio Grande Col- lege, Colorado University, Ohio State University, Franklin University, B.A., M. Ed. ....... . ..................... .34 GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art, Ohio Wesleyan University, Western Reserve University, Ohio State University, Kent State University, B.S., M.A. .....,.................. ...... 4 4 FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies, Western Reserve University, B.A. Student Council Sponsor. .............. 34 LUCY HOFFMAN, English, Chairman, Marietta Col- lege, Columbia University, Davis Elkins College, Uni- versity of Iowa, Kent State University, B.A., M.A. .... 28 BONNIE HOLT, Science, Ashland College, Baldwin- Wallace College, B.S. ..... ....................................,....,. 3 6 RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts, Oberlin Col- lege, Hiram College, Kent State University, B.A., B.S., M.Ed. ........,........,....................,..,.......................... . .... .43 WILLIAM HUNTER, Principal, Mount Union College, Kent State University, Ohio State University, B.A., M.A. .............................. , ............................................ 24 JACK JENKINS, English, Indiana University, B.A., M.A. Advisor of Thespians and Stage Crew, Dra- matics Director. ....................................................... Y-.29 FRED JOHNS, Dean of Division A-F, Western Re- serve University, Kent State University, Ohio State Unlverslty, B.S., M.A. ,........... ........ ............................ 2 6 ALBERT JUDGE, Science, Kenyon College, Kent State University, University of Florida, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.S. Advisor of P.A. Club, Science and Moth Seminar. .................................................... 36 MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts, Illinois State Nor- mal University, John Carroll University, B.S. Assistant Football Coach. ........................................ -.-.-.-.--.-.--..- 4 3 CONSTANCE KREICHER, Foreign Language, Ohio University, B.A. ............... ...................................- ------- 3 2 FRANK KRPICAK, Business Education, Youngstown University, B.S. .................... . .....vvv..............A........-,---- 40 PATRICK LANESE, Science, Western Reserve Univer- sity, John Carroll University, Indiana State College, B.S. .....,,......,.,..........................,..........,...... .................. 3 6 EDWARD LANGER, Science, John Carroll University, Ohio University, B.S.S., M.A. J.V. Football Coach. ..36 JAMES LAWRENCE, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, B.S. .......,...............................v ..........-.-------------.------------ 4 3 EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling, Northwestern College, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. ...... 27 CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum, Western Re- serve University, Ohio State University, B.B.A. ...... 48 WILLIAM LIEBAL, Business Education, Youngstown University, Kent State University, B.S., M.S. ............ 40 JAMES LINDSAY, Social Studies, Chairman, Baldwin- Wallace College, Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A.T. Honors Program Coordinator. ...................... 34 RONALD LOKAR, Mathematics, Kent State University, B.S. Assistant Baseball Coach. ............,..................... 39 WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies, John Carroll University, Cleveland Marshall Law School, B.S., M.A. .................................................,....,....,..,........,..., 35 DAVID McKELVEY, Business Education, Muskingum College, Indiana University, B.A., M.S. Chairman of Awards. ..................................................... ............. 4 0 ROBERT McLAUGHLIN, Industrial Arts, Kent State Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, B.S. ................ 43 RONALD MARKWELL, English, Western Kentucky State College, B.A., M.A. .................................................... 29 LINDA MANOLOFF, Foreign Language, Wittenberg University, Ohio State University, B.A. .................. 33 DONALD MARTIN, Guidance Counseling, Ohio Uni- versity, Kent State University, Toledo University, M.Ed. .....................,...,.........................................,...,.. 27 EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts, Iowa State Univer- sity, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. .................... 43 JAMES MILLER, Assistant Principal, Michigan State University, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.Ed., D. Ed. .................................. 24 EDMUND MIZE, Business Education, Ohio State Uni- versity, Ohio University, Kent State University, B.S. Advisor of Survey Business Staff. ,......,,.........,......... 41 PHYLLIS MODIE, Physical Education, Muskingum Col- lege, B.A. G.A.A. Advisor. .............,........................ 46 DONALD MOHR, Physical Education, Baldwin-Wallace College, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. Athletic Director, Head Football Coach. .....................t.................................... 46 JUDITH NELSON, Business Education, Friel College, Kent State University, B.A. F.B.L.A. Advisor. .......... 41 HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, Kent State University, Bowling Green State Univeristy, B.S., M.Ed. Tennis Coach, Foreman's Club Advisor. ,.,... 43 VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts, Marshall University, Kent State University, John Carroll University, B.A. 45 MYRA OLIVER, English, Mount Union College, West- ern Reserve University, University of London, B.A., M.A. ..........................,.............t...................... ............. 2 9 CAROL PETVAI, Home Arts, Ohio State University, B.S. .............................................................................. 45 JUNE PHYPERS, Business Education, Denison Univer- sity, Spencerian Secretarial School, New York Uni- versity, Radcliffe College, Middlebury College, West- ern Reserve University, B.S., B.A., M.A. .................... 41 LOLA PINNEY, English, Upsalo College, Wayne State University, Western Reserve 'University, Notre Dame College, B.A. ............................,,,,,...,..,,,,,,,...........,..., 29 FRANK PRINGLE, English, St. Bonaventure, St. Francis College, Bucknell University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, John Carroll University, Kent State University, B.A. Golf Coach. ...............,...................................... 29 MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies, Wilmington Col- lege, Ohio University, B.S., M.Ed. Student Council Advisor. ...............................,..,..,,,..................... 1 ........ 35 MARILYN REIFF, Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S. Girls' Leaders Club Advisor. 46 HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education, University of Toledo, Western Reserve University, B.Ed. Assist- ant Wrestling Coach. .............................,.................. 46 CHARLES RENO, Mathematics, Edinboro State Col- lege, Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace College, Case Institute of Technology, Fenn College, Harvard University, Arizona State University, Univer- sity of Minnesota, B.S., M.Ed. Math Club Advisor. 39 MARTIN RENO, Science, Edinboro State College, Harvard University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.Ed., M.S. Coordinator of Advanced Placement. 36 VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education, Miami University, B.S. Advisor of Swim Club, Swim Coach. ................ 46 DONALD RINKES, Mathematics, Muskingum College, Kent State University, West Liberty State College, University of West Virginia, University of Hawaii, Fenn College, Case Institute of Technology, Ohio State University, B.S., M.Ed. Camera Club Advisor. 39 RUTH ROBINSON, English, M u s k i n g u m College, B.A. ...............,......................,..................................... 29 LEONARD ROBUCK, English, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.A., M.A. Advisor of National Forensic League, Fall Play, Talent Scouts. ....,,.,..,,...,...,,,,....,.. 29 TERRY ROSS, English, Ohio Wesleyan University, Uni- versity ot Michigan, B.A., M.A. Head J.V. Football Coach. .........................................,.....,.......,....,.......,... 29 ROGER ROUND, English, Mount Union College, Penn- sylvania State University, Kent State University, B.A., M.Ed. Spectrum Advisor, Debate Advisor. .............. 29 OTTO SANTOS, Business Education, John Carroll Uni- versity, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. Euclidian Business Statf Advisor. . .........,...,...,...,.,...,................. 41 WILLIAM SAUL, Business Education, Westminster Col- lege, Erie Business College, Western Reserve Uni- versity, John Carroll University, B,B.A. ,,,,,.,,..,,,.,,,,,, 41 CHARLES SAWYER, Business Education, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. National Honor Society Ad- visor. .......,,...,...............,.,.......,,.,. ,,,,,..,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 4 1 GRETCHEN SCHWEGLER, Physical Education, Michi- gan State University, B.S. Swim Club Advisor, Cheer- leader Advisor. ...................,..................................,,.. 46 WILMER SCHUSTER, Business Education, Baldwin-Wal- lace College, Ohio University, B.S.C. Head ot Na- tional Athletic Scholarship Association, Assistant Track Cooch. ................. ,..,.., ................................................ 4 I HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal, Kent State Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, Ohio State Uni- versity, Ohio University, B.S., M.A., M.S. College Guidance. .................................................................... 24 DELMAR SMITH, Business Education, Chairman, Ohio Northern University, Columbia University, Interna- tional College, B.A., M.A. ............,........................... 41 GRANVILLE SMITH, English, Duquesne University, ln- diana Stale College, B.S., M.A. Survey Advisor. .... 29 JULIA SMITH, Home Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. .............................................................................. 45 RUTH SMITH, Social Studies, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.A., M.A. F.T.A. Advisor. .,....,,...,...,.....,.,.. 35 WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies, Muskingum College, Kent Stale University, B.A. Key Club Advisor. ........ 35 MICHAEL SOCASH, Science, Duquesne University, Pennsylvania State University, University of Pitts- burgh, Kent State University, Westminster College, B.S., M.S. . ............................................... . ................... 36 MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling, New York State University, Muhlenberg College, University of Colorado, Kent State University, B.S., M.Ed. ........ ....26 JAMES STANLEY, Industrial Arts, Miami University, B.S. Assistant Swim Coach. ........................ ......... ..... 4 3 WILLIAM STARR, Science, Indiana State College, Ohio State University, Allegheny College, Pennsylvania State University, Michigan School of Mining and Technology, B.S., M.Ed. ............................................ 37 DONALD STEINBRINK, Science, Ohio State University, Kent State University, B.S. in Agr., B.S. in Ed. ........ 37 HELEN STEWART, Guidance Counseling, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, Ohio State University, University of Hawaii, University of Zurich, Switzerland, B.S., M.A., M.Ed. Junior Prom and Senior Pram Advisor. .........,,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27 CECELIA STILLMAN, Social Studies, Radclifte College, Western Reserve University, University of Illinois, B.A. JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies, Bluffton College, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. World Affairs Advisor. ,....... ...,.......,..,,.. 3 5 JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, Kent State University, Stevens Point Teachers College, B.S., M.E. ............................, ,.....,,,,,..,, ,.,. ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3 RANDY TARRIER, Guidance Counseling, University of Michigan, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A ..... 26 NANCY TAUBMAN, English, Miami University, Fenn College, B.A. ......,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,29 SAM TAYLOR, Music, High Point College, North- western University, Columbia University, Eastman School of Music, B.S., M.Mus. Choral Director. ........ 47 EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education, Glenville State College, West Virginia University, Kent State Uni- versity, B.A., M.S. Assistant Football Coach, J.V. Bas- ketball Coach. ....,..........,.,..,.....,...,.....,....,................ 46 TED THEODORE, Art, Baldwin-Wallace College, West- ern Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, B.A., M.A. Assistant Cross Country Coach, Assistant Track Coach. .......... ....................,.,..,,...,,,.....,.,....,...,,. 4 4 MARION THOMAS, Home Arts, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent State University, University of California, Cordon Bleu College, B.S. ....................,....,.,...,,,...... 45 DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics, Muskingum College, Butler University, West Virginia University, B.A. Head Track Coach, Cross Country Coach. .......................... 39 DELORES TOCCO, Business Education, Youngstown University, B.S. ..... ............,................,.....,,.....,.......... 4 I DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science, Alfred University, University of Buffalo, Miami University, Siena Heights College, B.S. ...................................................,.......... 37 FRANK TROGLIA, Dean of Division S-Z, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, Kent State University, B.S., M.A, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 2 7 ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language, Miami University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. Ad Club Advisor, Faculty Athletics Manager. ........ 33 CAROLE VENALECK, English, Fenn College, B.A. .... 29 RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling, Akron Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. .... 29 FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, Kent State University, B.S., M.A. .,,..,................................ 43 BETTE WIGGINS, Science, Muskingum College, Mid- dlebury College, B.S. .....................-......--...-------- ------- 3 7 GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principal, Oberlin College, Western Reserve University, Ohio State University, B.A., M.A. ....................................................... ............. 2 5 CAROL WILLIAMS, Business Education, Villa Maria College, Western Reserve University, B.S. . ............- 41 BARRIE WILSON, Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University, Indiana State College, B.S. .................... 39 RALPH WISNIEWSKI, Science, Ohio University, B.S. Spirits Club Advisor, Assistant Baseball Coach, Bas- ketball Coach. .............. . .......................... ..... ......... ..... 3 7 ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator, Kent State University, John Carroll University, B.S. .................. 48 MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- man, Moravian Seminary and College for Women, B.A., M.A. American Field Service Director, Language Lab Director. ........................................ -..-.-----.---.-.----- 3 3 319 EDITORIAL STAFF ..,i,j. , T? I - Debbie Brown Sonia Skrli .,.. . ..,.. Alison August Ron Surtz ...... ------Y--COPY John Lehr ..............Y..-- -"""'-""" C opy ...................Copy ........Editor-in-Chief Janet Howell .------------------ ----- , can Gulbenkian .............-- ---'--'----'-- A sslslcnl Sharon Evans .,......--- """""' A sslslfml Danette DlBla5lD ..,.----- """" P hola Edllor Margaret Reynolds --4--- """""""' A sslslanl Rich Courtney .,,..----4-- ""'A' P holographer .QA Carl Hurwitch ........, """' P hologmpher vickz Regaibufo .,..... ------- P "O'o9"'Pf'e' . .f.- Rickie Hurlburt ..... ------------- A f' Edlw' il v"- I Carol Peterson ..... """' l' GYoUl Edllor .........Mounter .........Mounter Editor ........Copy Writer Writer Writer 0 Q Donna Woterwash ..... -- I Bobble Rochka, ---,., ..,,.... I dentitication Editor Barb Mllls -l..-'-.-.. ...........,..... S enior Editor Molly Lowry --'---Y,'- ....... U nderclass Editor N Gayle Wilson .-----,.--l-,-4,--,, ......... F aculty Editor X Mr. Don Eisen . ...............-.-- ----------------- A dvlsef BUSINESS STAFF Judy glrausbqugh --.-,,,.,.,.,,,, ,,........... . .... B usiness Manager Michele Breskvor ...,......---- Sandy Williams ....... Karen Weseli ...... Joyce Yerty ...,.,. Tom Walters ...... Linda Miller ...... Judy Frustere ..,,.. Donna Beechuk .,.. Denise Young .... Paul Debevec .... Sue Cochran .............. Gary Reed ..................... Mr. Clayton George .,.,.. Mr. Otto Santos ........... Each year the editor is asked to write a little thank you note for the last page of the book. I never realized how sincere those thank you notes really were until now, now when my book, or rather your book, is finished. This page is the hardest for me to write because there is no end to the number of thanks I owe. The production of the Euclidian is a challenging experience. I was merely a deadline ogre and a pencil sharpener. It is my staff that deserves the credit and thanks. There were times when nerves were frayed and tempers were at a point of near ex- plosion, but behind every storm is a calm. As this Euclidian began to fall together like a picture puzzle, and the end results could be seen, it became the staff's book, no longer mine. They were pleased with their creation. The tempers, tears and turmoil have now subsided, leaving pleasant memories of hard work and a rewarding product. From this experience have grown many friend- ships and even one or two new romances. Our Euclidian is more than simply a record of the school year, it is a learning and de- veloping process, a headache, and the most cherished 320 pages my staff will probably ever own. My staff includes more than I9 other students. Its most vital and influential number has yet been unmentioned. Without our sponsor, Mr. Eisen, our hall passes wouldn't have been signed, our verbs wouldn't have been so active and our parties wouldn't have been such successes. Among his other duties, he always found the time, patience and energy to put up and keep up with this year's staff and their antics. There always seemed to be time in his day to help. I would also like to thank Mrs. Eisen per- sonally for letting us monopolize her husband so often this year. The administration, Mr. George, Mr. Santos and the Euclidian business staff deserve a star on the forehead. If it hadn't been for Judy Strausbaugh's go-getters, the book may not have existed. I'm not sure where the word "PantherationaI" came from, but it must have served its purpose. The ads staff also deserves recognition. There was a lot of finesse, fast talking and shoe leather put into the sale of those ads which financed much of the production. There has to be a thanks to the custodial staff, and Louis is the man who has earned it. For the last nine months he has helped us keep our office clean and has handled with affectionate understanding the stragglers who have trouble evacuating the office by the five o'cIock curfew. During the course of the year, the folks at Raimor's have given us wonderful service, salvaging overexposed pictures and meeting urgent deadlines. Finally, thanks to Mr. L. O. Kisabeth of Gray Printing and Mr. Schoen of the S. K. Smith Cover Company for their technical advice and assistance. These unheralded services are deeply appreciated. As of March l5, my year is over, my baby is born and I retire to the rank of normal senior. But I shall not forget the help of all the people I've mentioned, and you, Euclid High, whose support has made the 1964 Euclidian possible. I hope it recalls as many memories for you as it will for me. Sincerely, mztdlwid 320 Editor-in-chief .........Asst. Business Manager ...........Circulation Manager Jackie Blown ,,,-,.- ,.,.... S ophomore Circulation 50,5 ghubel- ,,4,., ........ S ophomore Circulation Carol Webb .,,, ........ S ophomore Circulation Linda Smil-lk ---,-4,,, .....,..,.... J unior Circulation Sue Bqkef v-,----,,,,,,, ......... J unior Circulation Marion wqsendq ,,,,, ......... J unior Circulation Ellen 5,-ggden ,---l,,-,. ,,.....,, S enior Circulation Mary Lou Srl-ekel ,.,,,. .....,,.. S enior Circulation Cl-luck Mullue ,,,.,,,, ,,,.,.,.. S enior Circulation ........................Faculty .....................Faculty ........Co-Ads Manager .......Co-Ads Manager Judy Urankar ........ ----.--------. A ds I-UY0Ut Gerri Urbancik ....... - ----.-------.-. ReCOI'dS Bonnie Budas ......... -.------- -------------- 5 P lfll LaVonne Siegel ...... ----.---------.-------.----.-------- F UUCIS .........Concessions Manager .........-......-...........Pictures ............................Dances .......Treasurer .......Cashier .......Auditor .......Adviser .......Adviser In ll A W1 H I. f R," ' 4, 3-.. 4.5" LNJVHV3 ',. ,YM X A" H . .'A,, 1' v 4 , ..1,f,-1 4 3 , 4, . , , 4,..r., ..'4" - J. . ,H ,VP V "P, D Q' 'nj-ff. ..:f uf - An, fx x 15557 W" .' M 0 fm ,!w,AM, 5 f.,.1, 1 .I Q, -L fixing ww-KX uw- -V-PM f w 5 Q--1 -, F E9 vt I , Q, Q ...QW N .- .. ,...-- . ,, Y X X X ,x ev X K-NC" s N5 N Q. Q ,, Q , x S. X . x A X X x A C 1 X -f f' " 1' W ww., .,.., ,., 'V i""S"f'.5 For some it starts on the first day of second semester. A few mark time from a climactic event, while most, too busy or perhaps unwilling to catch on, wait until the first day of the last six weeks to acknowledge the imminent end of the school year. Spring precedes the end, puzzling its way through a maze of madras. Madras shirts, skirts, blouses, shoes, and watchbands splatter the halls in colorful conformity. lt is a plaid badge of courage, to be without it inflicts psychological injury. lt is tirelessly washed, dutifully bled. Clive a student a piece of madras, and he and his wounded ego will be properly dressed. For the student himself, the end of the year does not evolve completely from a plaid-glad world. Classes mean struggling: to stay awake, pull a C, and channel spring-bound en- thusiasm toward an elusive subject. A classroom steeped in boredom al- ternates pressurized learning with apathetic note-taking. Confusion and mixed emotions parallel the plaids. Minds turn on and off with a maximum effort to concentrate or relax. Relaxation, once realized, is converted into activities, the watery techniques of Swim Show, rehearsals for the Spring Musical, and frantic- ally-written copy for the Euclidian Supplement. Accordingly, the year ends with side- long glances, assorted proms, and baccalaureate. Recognition comes on a clear, warm night in June, officially marked by a white sheet of paper. The calendar relates the close, the student perceives it, then the date discarded, for truly the end comes in the mind. This finality is the last expression. 227 fr Q ld rather fight than switch!" STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS Starting unobtrusively, with a hand- ful of "We Try Harder" buttons on a selected few, the election campaign quickly becomes more vocal in nature. Euclid's sedate pink and orange halls are soon emblazoned with the superior qualifications of one candidate or an- other. A combination of off-key mu- sic, raucous demonstrations, and ri- bald posters overwhelm the student. It is not until the nominees make their speeches in the auditorium that he can associate a face with a slogan, a candidate with an idea, and arrive at a decision. 228 Q61 fx KU! 'V' UN "f'...7 1' I -.'.'l,l7'- u9"e Barb and Mczrie receive cz plaque from the Save the Children Foundation. Sfudeni Council CabineHL Io Rl: Ron Korash,Judy Rohrer, Leslie McArthur,Wendy Brown, Maureen Trotto, Dale Racnch, Luci Oliverio, Paulo Redding, Bill Millar. 229 N. F. L. Following a year of long hours and short weekends, the N.F.L. held its long awaited induction ceremony. AI- though only in its second year, this observance has already wrought sev- eral changes in the club. Designed to give deserved stature to the group, it has made N.F.L. a notable organiza- tion, its pin a symbol of achievement and excellence. 323 ' '- it ,vt Q 1965 Outstanding N.F.L. Members KL to RJ: Paul Bagocius, Outstanding Sophomore Linn Conley Junior Class Cabinet, Row 1 CL to Rl: Jill Haddock, Roz Stuzen, Betsy Gaydos. Row 2: Linda Crockett, Lynn Gulich, Bill Millar Ellie Vincent Michael Harris. 230 ,, jg. 'ul xii? 'Q In ii 3 , B1 i li ilflllli Y lilih -Q xg-P lx YFSVA TJ: vicar' X i i 1 l Senior Class Cabinet, Row 1 KL to RJ: Mary Lou Strekal, Sandy Deere, Jean Petkovsek, Andi Daskivich Row 2: Bill Miller, Char Hiidebrand, Sandy Cable Donna Beechuk, Stan Dritz, Junior Class Officers, Row 1 KL to RJ: Carol Woicik, Treasurer, Margaret Nielsen, Secretary. Row 2: Ken Bowen, President, Sharon Thorp, Vice- President. qi Y! MJ 'r '11 Senior Class Officers, Row 1 IL fo RJ: Donna Beechuk, Secretary, Dale Gregorin, Vice-President, Row 2: Bill Miller, President, Sfan Dritz, Treasurer. i i VJ ,Eddie it ' M , 'U 231 r is 1 . . A K V ,Av ga". ...V 1- 7,-If ' !.,44f,32g,, .jiwlrfy , M' ' f ff'-1: f-my , . ,,,,,,,x or df, A , U fy, A -- V. , e F ,.an0.4t.,,,, it MW "' 1 .wn'f'2 j . - a f., All the way home BASEBALL For a moment, the crack of wood forcefully meeting leather resounds throughout the diamond, and the small spherical figure quivers in the air. A confused scramble, jubilant posses- sion, and the unruly object is tamed to work for Euclid. Even a bouncing ball is controllable, illustrated by Eu- clid's tie for first in the L.E.L, 232 .v..M. ,w , ,A F , 5 s Everbody's right but the umpire. Dale Gregorin, Tom Ullom, Ken Thomas. 9 or Q.--1-f"""' fl-xv 0, 1 '-KS y rw '.. 'Hx 45 fe-vw 5433 fx 'l xr llll all ld es f si as - , Q A I C ' ' S' g,:5Q9"' ' Dm 4' 5 I t it ll 'Y 'uf v I l lrl l I Kurt g..'.f1,,L l W 1 I -N - 175 fluff 1 fda. C'-Ti .O .44 Varsity Baseball, Row I ll. to RJ: Doug Stout, Manager, Dale Debeljak, Dale Gregorin, Wayne Opalk, Paul Bucholz, Terry Fritch, Tom Theis, Jim Lewis, Wayne Dickheiser, Manager. Row 2: Mr. Ralph Wisniewski, Bill Rockwell, Joe Laukiavich, Torn Mcliledmond, Tom Ullorn, Tim Stupica, Dave Zuro, Mike Corrigen, Hank McLean, Frank Kovacevic, Mr, Bob Addis, Coach. Row 3: Frank Udovic, Steve Drotleff, Don Woodruff, Jerry Gustie, Rich Shisila, Ken Thomas, Guy Iarussi, Bob Watts, John Benner. . 2 Euclid l l ' Euclid 3 Euclid . l8 Euclid . 2 Euclid 3 Euclid 4 Euclid . 3 "' Euclid. , . 6 Euclid. . 6 Euclid , . 5 Euclid s , 3 Euclid, . . 5 Euclid. . , , 4 Euclid, . 3 Euclid , s . 4 Euclid. s 4 . 2 Euclid . ,IO Euclid , . . . 5 Euclid. . . . . O Euclid, . , , . 3 Euclid . . . O Euclid. . , . O 7,5-,V "ffl"-H . .M Euclid rl.. 8 ffl' f4'?"f S 1 are ,i wins l7 - A 5- A - ... W-.un ' or '- 3" "" . . 1 ' ' I .,,, 0 in . ' ' V , 7v'.l, . .. ami ,Q . A .1 4 ,,, . . , , ., fx' ' 'vIA..4- ,, w- 4' " ' -, New . ""' 1 ' , 4 " , , , W' ., - ", ,,.. .. ' .. V A hard swing, an easy strike BASEBALL SCORES Lakewood . . Parma , Lakewood , , . Shaker . .,., , Painesville Harvey Western Reserve Brush , . . . Elyria T s , . . Collinwood ,. , Eastlake North . . University . . . . Valley Forge . , Elyria T . , . Parma , i .... i . Cleveland Heights Shaw . L . . , . . St. Ignatius ,.,. Painesville Harvey Lorain ,..,. A . . Valley Forge . , Lorain . . A i Shaw . . . . Brush .,.,..i Losses 6 A Tennis, Row 'I KL to RJ: AI Smith, Glen Forsythe, Fred Mills, Denny Lefond, George Martinsen. Row 2: Bill Vadnal, Al Yacas, Jim Guinter, Herb Anderson Ken Vandeveer, Row 3: Tom Wotring, Mike Vandeveer, John Crawford, Rick Holloway. District Champions CL to RD: Ken Vandeveer, Denny Lefond, George Martinsen. Euclid. . . 3 Parma ...,.. . . 2 Euclid, S 5 Valley Forge . . . . . O Euclid , , , . 4 St. Edwards r,,.,, . . l Euclid , 4 Gilmore Academy . . . 1 Euclid , 5 Shaker V. ,.,i.,,. O N Euclid . . 7 Oberlin . A .,,,.. . , 3 Euclid . . . 5 Willoughby South . , O Euclidi.. 4 Shaw , l I Euclid . . . 5 St. Joseph . . . . O Euclid .4 ,, 5 Mentor .H .. O Euclid S .S 5 Painsville .,,.,.... O vijtfgft, Euclidm, ..4 Brush.....,..,..l Euclid . , . 5 Cleveland Heights . , O A f x Euclid. . . . . 2 Elyria ...,. , . . . 3 3 A i Euclid ,.i..r., 5 Orange .,... , . O Wins l4 Losses l S - hi s-fs' Sv ' V ' 1 Winner of Euclid Invitational Tournament - Q Winner of District Doubles 7 Runner-up of District Singles N ' Winner of Greater Cleveland League -r" XXX Third Place in State Doubles 234 GOLF SCORES Euclid ,..,..,. 178 Euclid ,A,. . . . O Wickliffe . . . . . Lakewood . . 169 Vranekov c Euclid .4,..... 172 Riverside . . . . . 178 .9 M Euclid ...,..i. 185 North .... . . 174 Euclid ..... . .186 Parma ..,. ...173 Euclid ,.i..... 172 Mentor ..,...... 166 Euclid i..,.. 164 Harvey l......., 187 -1 g -A Euclid. . . .i.. 173 Cleveland Heights 187 Euclid. .. ii.. 184 Mayfield .. .....179 Euclid ...., . 169 South .i,. ,..., 1 70 Euclid . .. . . 168 Mentor . . . . .169 Euclid ,.,, . .170 Shaw ...,., . . .183 Euclid ..,. .172 Wickliffe . . . . .158 Euclid.. . .196 Shaker ... . . .170 ' Euclid. .. . . .180 Riverside . .. . . .175 Euclid .ui, . .192 Brush . . .175 ,' Euclid.. M163 North . ...164 '- 'ai Euclid. . . . . 169 South c,,..,. . . .170 h 'i Euclid. O Valley Forge . . . . 1, ..,,Q.gQ5 ' ' Q Euclid. . 169 Mayfield . . . . . . . .175 i ' ' Euclid . 182 Harvey . ......177 Wins 10 Losses 11 Marty greets the ball with a winning smile. 4th 222395Ebrsqzirgigof-hhpugqztrggment Medalist - 81 Golf, Row 1 KL to RJ: Mark Smith, Jerry Kish, Mr. Tekieli, Row 2: Wayne Kukla, George Paul Leber, Joseph Zarr. Row 3: Mr. Pringle. Golf concerns a determined player, shiny equipment, and one small, ob- noxious ball. ln the early spring the ball submits to the player's rusty stroke as it is propelled through the air. 'lt lands with a subdued thump in a wooded area. Unfortunately, the in- tensive search for the ball ends with an extra five strokes. With triumphant weariness, the player, preceded by the ball, reaches the sacred eighteenth green. The season progresses with this paradox: fewer strokes and more vic- tories. 3 TENNIS Hardly a mass participation sport, tennis at Euclid is distinguished by its excellence. The whiteclad perfec- tionists seldom achieve gallery glory. Instead, the elusive ball, returned again and again, surrenders to the in- dividual's mastery. Fittingly, the sea- son passes with victorious matches and meets, and the individual's sat- isfaction. nv""""F 2 it W if 'Qi Track, Row 'I CL to RJ: Steve Watson, Greg Goodyear, Ed Zovack, John Doherty, Tom Halbedel, Captain, Rich Zawack, Lenny Lange, Ron Bock, Rick Everstine, Jim Leppert. Row 2: Bryan Ross, Manager, Leo Smith, Manager, Walt Bubley, Bob Zonar, Tom Meros, Gordon Kimberly, Bob l-lenikman, Larry Grigsby, Bill Dei, Randy Jordan, Ken Lucci, John Ulstrom, Dave Welsh, Row 3: Bob Schneider, Manager, Rich Kaczur, Don Lucci, Val Miklausich, Joe Lorek, Greg Sattler, Don Medved, Mike Kopach, Dave Schaser, Dan Hoffman, Don Reider, Not Present: Don Disantis, Bob Lucci, Tony Rossi, Ray Sweigert. TRACK Taut, expectant, the runner crouches at the starting line. As he awaits the crack ot the gun, his mind reviews the countless factors impor- tant to a well-run race. His spikes gouge the tracks. His fingers ner- vously search the cinders for a hold. Suddenly he is transformed into a blur of blue and gold, his fears submerged in his desire to excel. 236 Mr. Will Shuster, Mr. Coach, Clarence Eckert, Tom l-lalbedel, Captain, Mr. Dale "Tommy" Thompson, Head TRACK SCORES Euclid. A A A A 54 Glenville A A A A A Euclid .,l... l lO Collinwood Vll., EuclidAAA .A 88 East A. Euclid. A A A A 80M Lakewood A A A A Euclid. A A A A 96 Wickliffe A A A A A A EuclidA A A A A 86 Fairport Harbor Euclid AAAA A lO5W Parma AAAAAAAAA Euclid A A A A 90 Cleveland Heights Euclid.A.AA8l ShawAAAAAAAAA EuclidA A A A A 76 Shaker A A A A Euclid. A AA 90 Brush A A .AAA Euclid AAAAAA 82 Valley Forge A A A Wins ll Losses l First in District Seventh in Bellaire Relays Third in West Tech Relays Second in Sophomore Relays First in Euclid Relays First in Lake Erie League 73 I7 39 46M 3l 4l 2l M 28 36 42 28 27 N. A. S. S. To most students, the paths of the scholar and the athlete are divergent. Both are equally challenging, and choosing which one to follow is difficult. However, the members of NAAASASA, by attaining physical prow- ess and academic excellence, are able to tread both. N.A.S.S., Row 'I KL to Rl: Louis Lorenzi, John Allar, Rick Everstine, Randy Ehinger, Dale Gregorin, Denny Matko, Cal Packard, Nick PerencevichA Row 2: Eddie Zovack, Kim Kimberly, Jerry Bensi, Bob Zonar, Bob Linsz, Larry Grigsby, Fred Mills, Glen Forsythe, Denny Lefond. Row 3: Rich Kaczur, Dick Kolesar, Brion Ross, Tom Halbedel, George Martinsen, Ken Rosenthal, Tom Bernlohr, Bill RenningerA Row 4: Jerry Kish, Bill Cathcart, Pete Goulis, Jeff Fryer, Tom Meros, Bob Radwanick, Walt Bubley, Jack Stunk, Val Miklausich. 237 7 K ' 1 'Ia ,!Qi5" f-i . , 2-T ' 'M' I ' ' ' "' . i 1. ..:'1.:r3f1P' WT" F ' 1' '-'s1:"f".-LY., -i ,, . Y ii :RN "1 " ' . W . :ff 'ff'?52- , I .. Q y z ' ,Q V -'..3-.j'1''i:5:jfr5I,f?. Y 1' E, .,.. .. . , S2452 . .- 1 V - 'lf Q ,',.,.52:1.1.-J. ' 4 i Mm 4495, ' X W -, .-.-.ax-14-g,,,.: . ,.. . ,N Q' 5' 7,5 1. '. 5246 4 Q3 Q' s f by 4 5 G Tidal waves don't dampen their spirit, 238 Their dragon Puff, who speaks with forked tongue, "Naohhh! n "Come, Josephine, in my flying machine Bombs away! SWIM SHOW The oppressive heat filled EucIid's natatorium. Capacity crowds languidly fluttered programs until Swim Clubbers converted the pool into a make-believe array of books. Instantly, the water came alive with assorted faces, shapes and ideas. A venerable "Re- luctant Dragon" appeared sporting blue and gold scales. Turning from fantasy to satire, James Bumm, "Agent OO6 7f8" answered Wai NapoIo's need for high adventure. ln keeping with the dangerous deeds of the hero, three senior boys executed a series of comedy dives, complete with a precarious bicycle drive off the high board. A dainty Snow White beck- oned her dwarfs and seven gracefully appeared. Sen- ior girls gave their rendition of Arabian mysticism. "Wai Napolo of l965" saluted themselves in a grand finale and the audience succumbed once more to the heat of the evening. 239 n 1 ..- D V WN-. , ,-. ,v ""' ' Q... -. 'Ns "M "'i W. i 'V 'N , -.4 . ,MF i W Y -,-.x.. V ....,, lug- ,. '77 r X. J? Y-. J "Us Folks," singers in the Talent Scouts tradition Synchronization is the key to a fine 240 performance. l 2 Glenn Miller playing taps -vii 1 Y , , l '. , l , ' V i i L i r J' 'i"is"iP tlf"'ll' .Mat i Riff' lllimg 'ali 111 3 "" i . 8 , l 4 -i vs r v - i q,es- 5- qi , X as 1 ii fi i 's tx A5 34 gf il ' ff k A hum-drum act that brings repercussions A.F.S. Candidates KL to RJ: Ron Karash, Margaret Nielse N iz'- CN :PAT if-f' TALENT SCOUTS Shadowed lights dimmed the stage as melancholy chords drifted over the still audience. Swiftly the atmosphere changed to one of frivolity as a bubbly amateur chorus line hoofed its way across the stage. Talent Scouts '65 was under way. Folk singers, jazz artists, dancers and musicians capered before the skeptical though pleased audience. Euclid High once again dis- played its talented unknowns. A. F. S. Chosen to represent American youth in countries abroad, Margaret Nielson and Ron Karash await the final deci- sion. The students are partially sup- ported by the profits from the annual A.F.S. movies, a fund which is supple- mented by penny fines for speaking English in foreign territories: the lan- guage lab and language classes. 241 i f Y y 4: : 1 f. f X 5 f i ' -. 5. 5, A . T Pi: Lady Larkin and the maid? CAST: ONCE UPON A MATTRESS PRINCE DAUNTLESS AL KOSTREBA THE KING TIM TRYON THE QUEEN MALJREEN TROTTO WINNIFRED AMY PICCIANO LADY LARKEN DIANE FRANK SIR HARRY ED RACICH MINSTREL DAN PRAZNOVSKY JESTER JOHN BURNS WIZARD KEN KUCHARSKI LADY LUCILLE LADY ROWENA LADY MERRILL SUSANNE LOHREY ANDREA DASKIVICH BARB ZELE CHORUS: Rolly Brown, Cheryl Cradis, Doug Donner, Donna Fink, Betsy Foy, Carol Frank, Pat Friedman, Kathy Hays, Marsha Hodakie- vic, Hilary Hunn, Kathy Hunter, Ken Kapley, Laura Kempert, Mary Ellen Kucharski, John Lehr, Karen Lingenfelter, Jim Miller, Lee Ann Roberts, Ken Rowe, Joel Sarich, Dave Schaser, Gary Smith, Siggi Stevens, Kathy Troop, Neil Wagner. 242 ,:' "--r', Y ..-,f, LE, ':?3i.v.1.'-.am.... NW b gg .,,., , V. ,.,,,x Q V, V-,rz w va: ,' fg "Shir: . ', ' ' . , Strangling mother-love The Soft Shoe The Queen and her kingdumb BIG SHOW lt was a small kingdom, ruled over by o talkative queen and a mute king. A complete reversal of the famed "Princess and the Pea," Once Upon A Mattress replaced all of the sugary tairytale's saccharine appeal with Me- dieval haopla and Twentieth Century pazazz. Amy Picciano headed the cast as Winnitred, the man-hungry princess who swam the moat, boisterously as- serted she was shy, and had enough energy left to lead the kingdom through a rollicking tight song of love andthe exhausting Spanish Panic. Un- wittingly, Winnifred passed her royalty test: a sleepless night on twenty downy mattresses - and a set of jousting equipment. The Princess got her man, court lovers were reunited, and Queen Aggrivane's martyrized prattle was si- lenced. The make-believe kingdom and the lively cost lived happily-exhausted ever after. 243 So l'm not wearing madras and I have my fingers in my ears. Does that make me different? ART SHOW A student wanders about the maze of paintings, both abstract and con- ventional. Who are the artists? Dali? Rubens? Euclid students? He travels through portraits, landscapes, and photographs, met by an array of col- lages, sketches, sculptures, and crafts. He becomes downcast, then joyful, his mixed emotions reflecting the various media. SENIOR TWIST DANCE ALL-SCHOOL PARTY Privileges are characteristic of the senior year. lt is clear to the seniors that they deserve them. This isn't evi- dent to administration, and superficial expressions of seniority have been re- duced to knee socks on Friday. Hence, the precedential Senior Twist Dance came as a triumph, and the graduat- ing class ponied, jerked, and Watusied in knee socks and glory. Those who crave privileges before the senior year can appease them- selves at the All-School Party. Stu- dents can wear madras bermudas, "Moon-turtle" T-shirts, and colored socks in the gym, or charge defiantly up the down stairway. Best of all, any- one can roam the halls without the sanction of a pass. 244 The grace X. A' 33' .s-a.- , A. 'TY , N5 "' .x"'ims-.sw s.m'r.LQ '-A When the moon hits your eye like a big piece of pie "Welcome, art lovers," of o Senior. ' - . 24 4 Submerged in cz world of their own Do you figure two dubloons will buy us dinner at Captain Fronk's? Junior Promers pause for punch. JUNIOR DANCE The E-room was submerged in an underwater theme of sea-weed, sunken treasure chests, and mermaids. The fascinated juniors drifted into "Ocean Fantasia." A five-legged octopus dan- gled omnipotentlyfrom the ceiling, over couples dancing to the music of Harry Hershey's orchestra. The four hours al- lotted to this night of fantasy whisked by. Midnight approached and the cou- ples floated up from the bottom of the sea to home and the world above. The sparkling fantasy of "One Starry Night" SENIOR PROM The boy nervously blurts, "By the way, how about coming to my Senior Prom-if you're not busy or anything." She casually accepts, and the date is made. From that time on Prom night hovers ornnipresently, overshadowing other events on the calendar. Time becomes a paradox, passing too quickly for things like ordering flowers, renting a tux, or selecting a dress, while it seems unbearably slow in approaching the final event. Seniors make pre-Prom speculations: How are they going to decorate? They scour ettiquette books: Who buys the boutonniere? Confidences are exchanged: "lt he doesn't like pink, l'lI just crook." Anticipation comprises halt of the Senior Prom. The rest of its magic is carried on music and captured in memories of "One Starry Night." 248 "I've got the cookies in my pocket, but its going to be hard to filch the punch." sw-i' I li 1' S ...... A 1 vm QQKQJ -Q , . , ,N . NK I My MN '55, sa, -.'4 1591- ' 3 2 Q i Y 'All right. Who's the wise guy that stole my flwf ii baton?" Gee! I guess you are taller than I am." Sleighf of hand x. 1 249 s . . . over Introduction to on adult world 250 The last few moments of being a senior Goodbye, good luck, for the 784th time. Goodbye, good luck . . BACCALAU REATE AND COMMENCEMENT A beginning, an end, a turning point in the lives of some 950 students. A feeling: reflect, regret, exult. For seniors this will be their final assemblage, the last time which they will be a part of Euclid High. Some lose the tag of student. In two days they are transformed from kids into men and women, a part of the adult world. Others look forward to college, new friends, and experiences. All are no longer seniors, they bid Euclid farewell. 251 VALEDICTORIANS Sue Gulich Barb sews, plays the oboe, likes math, and prides herself on being a first-rate mechanic. lf her interests are unending, so is her desire to excel. Marked by a multitude of achieve- ments, Barb will continue her excellent academic career with the vivacity and inquisitiveness that characterize her as o student. Straight hem lines, foreign coins, and an active interest in political af- fairs typify the myriad aspects of Sue's personality. Her interests are varied, and so is Sue, caught between mo- ments of quiet frustration and sunny optimism. 252 N xmfk fr Barb Baker With a rush of poetic images, and a tumult of geometrical figures, Ken stands out among the intellects. From the want of expressing with broken thoughts the truth that is Eucuyo, to the devil-may-care adventure that he finds in ski club, Ken has erected and left behind his monument of achieve- ment. Ken De Loot Barb Ward Gail has made a name for herself. Her classwork, a study in organization, marks her as a conscientious student. As editor-in-chief of the '65 Euclidian, her mania for prompt and complete accomplishment has labeled her both a friendly dead-line ogre and a capa- ble leader. Four years of work have earned her another name: valedic- torian. Springing from a mass of someones, Barb has attained individuality. She has emerged as an active student in addition to achieving academic excel- lence as a Merit Scholar. Swimming or marching, she transcends the common- place. Bark works, neither gloriously or unerringly. With her honors, she departs for a bigger somewhere. Harvey is intrigued by the precision of math and science. He can be found in Mr. Reno's classroom puzzling over a math problem, or in a chemistry or physics lab completing a new experi- ment. A combination of knowledge and a quiet desire to excel is his formula for scholastic success. - lx. -I s M H. Gail Gulbenkian Harvey Goertz Nc rv ffffi xi lj! . Jan Hnbar Dave SwaddeH xx John has developed his singular per- sonality from a composite of varied activities. He seems to be doing them all at once-writing Euclidian copy, acting, speaking French, and ponder- ing over calculus problems. With ap- parent GOES, he pulls his many selves together to achieve and accept the honors of a voledictorian. ,S VALEDICTORIANS Jan is the bookstore's most avid Mad paperback customer. She also has a security pillow stuffed in her locker, underneath calculus and physics books. There is method in her madness, sup- plemented by a zeal for learning and concrete accomplishment. These and her pillow will secure her future. John Lehr gf mhz, .lik Q5 254 in Through his singular ability to quick ly analyze and classify his work, Dave is able to move through a demanding schedule in a relatively short amount ot time. Editing first page for Survey, working on a project for Science Seminar, and completing prodigious amounts of homework are marked by his analytical approach and precision results. I--i 7 ' .5 ..-f' - r ,, -41, W, ax, pq. 4:3 K, .- 'a K N 'x L 1.51" ' 47' 1 M r-sf rl! 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