Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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TK 'Lf YYTTAY f FA f-fix!-fsfifglx ,Ah nfx .JN X 'ffsfx f'f-1-x5 4:02 APA ,FLROC K' fx' 1 F' 1- .7 fs PN. Lf fx IQ? R 977 OOPS! ln an age of fops and toys Don't forget the boys! ,.,..g With all due respect Our mistake we correct. No longer BLOOD SISTERS But BLOOD PERSONS. Mrs. Cerny, 8 period, L TO R: Dean Fazio, Mike Lance, Laura Novosel, Julie Petrella, Jim Nasium, Jean Brecone Jan Ferris, Debbie Berris, Scott Raymont, Lisa Williams, MaryBeth Legan, Debbie Swanson, Diane VanPelt, Con nie Auston, Don Frank, Kim Terrill, Kevin Selway. ., we 7 , 0 ...Adi Mrs. Gale, 2 period, ROW 1, L TO R: Steve McKenna, Mike Bacon, Gary Kuchta, Len Caplick, Dale Varner. ROW 2: Jeff Evancic, Cathy Litzwinowicz, Karen Kessler, Steve Medves, Jorge Lanese, Kathye Turner, Sue Vanah, Janet Topping. ROW 3: Mike Krotine, Jeff Journey, Chuck Roast, Dean Nordstrom, Mike McCraith, Rich Raney, Bill Weingard, Robin Moody, Greta Trommeter. 'F'-i'-.. J . .. . ..-ff: ,' ' S , ' ,,4?9' i J ffffmfaf 'W 2 '. X .. . f. --'f"3'27f" 1"' -If . 73 .4 , 4' t f . 'wif-' 1 "' RL 1 ..'4, ' -.iirhhvikl-1,4 4- ,' 'Il 'WT ' SWL -igf R pf wg..lf f I GIRLS' SOFTBALL The Girls' Softball team staggered off to a slow start but compensated for this by their victories over the top teams of the league. Their hot streak started with the shellacing of Brush, possessor of 2nd place in the GCC, then dredging of Willoughby South Q10-51, the winner of the GCC tournament and currently in sole possession of first place, and the next day they I came back to battle the same South to an 8-7 decision. Four of these runs came in on a grand-slarn home run by JoAnne Bokar, her second grand-slam of the season and fourth home run. A grueling 12 inning ordeal against Eastlake North made Euclid victors again, when Chris Gole singled and Pinch- . hitter Natalie Rudman drove in the winning run. They I also showed Mayfield Heights, the league leader, that the pantheretts meant business when they drubbed them 14-11. All the team members made C-I X .rv-'57 4: 'll' it safely to base in this game and Linda Misch hit ' a triple. Chris Perryman and Barb Swansinger blasted home runs at Brush. Mary Ellen Turk pitched the entire Mayfield game. The most extraordinary and unbelieveable play of the season was a triple play at Brush. JoAnne Bokar, Sandi Stankiewicz, and Barb Swansinger executed this outstanding play. This team is fundamentally sound and will definitely be a strong contender next year. .llfil ROW 1, L-R: Linda Misch, Kathy Hutton, Natalie Rudman, Vicky Chapman, Cheri Strah. ROW 2: N Kim Duffy, Barb Swansinger, JoAnne Bokat, Muff Truskolaski, Mary D'Amico. ROW 3: Chris Gole, N Tina Kuklica, Mary Ellen Turk, Mary Holmes, Coach Foxy, Sandi Stankiewicz. MISSING FROM PICTURE-Christine Perryman, Patti Dietrich, and Linda Lang. -qx ' . ' .4 va- ' ' XX . f , I I V ',21E5.: f - Q' . -ji' f .- .f 0 . 'J A 0 7 P " , v M J F- v-r xt Jr' . I A 1 A , J, S x F x t I. - R , -R ' 3 I ' i f 4 -' 4 Ql J 'N-tw -- 90 Q- V, -, g . Tsfts-vgL..,mt O 1 L1 Sa. . fi ' AL 1. I A 'X 7 7 I - ' 3 N ! 1 4 "X Tw ' ' A is - ' 9 "" I A W - ".'r.., g ' - A , if ,f-' ' r -Y ' ' f g -9 l , x . W . A ,ex , I s ---' " A , f . Q11 I jgtfjll . , .. . A-,Ye qi Zfjw if-, ,' h- 4 L I . -A ' 1'l.,..m' I ' ' I XL' - ' x If Xl- 4 -5' - gg l .al 2 .Li x - - f , Q Y g j I ... -R 1 J 5 6 5 . x., 2 X .i E .Legg .. , ,f' I 299 GIRLS' TRACK The Girls' Track team had an outstanding season this year. Dedication, sacrifice, plenty of hard work and most of all teamwork enabled them to be exceptionally successful in the fierce and intense competition. Participation and quality of competition increased vastly. More girls are becoming aware of their abilities and limitless potentials. This did not discourage the EHS squad, they proved themselves to be tough contenders. The girls took 2nd place in the GCC Q5-ll, 2nd out of 34 teams in the city meet and a 1st for the 880 Medley and a 2nd for the 440 Relay in the Euclid Relays. The 880 Medley of Dawn Woodruff, Kathy Sands, Marilyn Zalatel and Carrie Shuster swepted three records with their 1:51.8 time, they had the meet, school and at the time state record. The 440 Relay of Dawn Woodruff, Kathy Rymarczyk, Marilyn Zalatel and Carrie Shuster set a new school record at the Euclid Relays. The team also captured 1st in the Rebelette Relays, seized a lst at the Sectionals, and acquired a 1st at the District. At the State Meet they did a fine and great jobg they came home with a 3rd place and many new individual goals acheived. Debbie Williams won her second straight state champ title in the discus with a toss of 135-5 and received a 4th in the shot with a put of 40-212. Dawn Woodruff took a 4th in the state 80 yd. Hurdles and a 4th in the state 440 Dash. Carrie Shuster also took a 4th in the state 880 Run. Eight school records were broken, throughout the year new records were set and before the ink had a chance to dry another record was set. Their new coach Joe Muscarella and Pat Buck did an extraordinary job. The mascot, Mighty Jock QMJJ also enjoyed the fantastic track season. 5-1 GCC Second GCC Euclid Oppt. 57 Mentor 53 50 North 60 63 Willoughby South 46 71 Maple 39 HK 69 Brush 41 79 Mayfield 31 vxf ' "S-'ii 'V' -K .ee ,Q U, v- . 0ii5'v.k3-, -eff sy HT' X 1 A.: Q S' x c 1 . 'la f . Y'-' - 1 - ffm-6261 ROW 1, L-R: Lynn Borzi, Melody Musick, Laura Draxler. ROW 2: Mary Beth Zuponcic, Jeanne Dommer, Nancy Bregitzer, Janine Kato, COACH Joe Muscarella. ROW 3: COACH Pat Buck, Karen Schulzt, Cathleen Perryman, Jill Groudle, Karen Garapic. ROW 4: Debbie Williams, Karen Rymarczyk, Jackie Mihelcic. ROW 5: Jan Slejko, Judy Bohn, Kathy Rymarczyk, Dawn Woodruff. ROW 6: Carrie Shuster, Mary Lou Ice. ROW 7: Kathy Sands, Marilyn Zalatel, and Sue Knight. .58 131. to as . , 'RE-A. 1.11" .-'52 1'3" i L I QT .: H ws' ,V cf, '1'v'f','f H 'I-4 cr" .g-.-sf - ft lj sf-1 wif-1' . - V1 Ja. -1.55, 1 I-.'..3-ff ' '. 4.4 if -tv-A ., -"s..- wg fr . s.'G1:Sx'--5.2 :1'+' ' L' B 1 ' '- '."' , -f.'fff- ,ff - " 1, 8,2151 ...,, wg, , Tar., . x ,,. A .Fa r-D A N, Q , , but ., N fb... ,t l :C Giga 1' 5. "5 '-,- -. V ' .w. 5. t.b .J3E-V - ' ' X-.Q .g-1-it -u ,-:go :aff-.suv-ui, I!!! -L, ...ze ,siiw X.. "' ,- A -31 1, ......-.... , . , 4 -1 - -:zzz-:asia , , 1.1-1 . -. . , 1 i k tl -1:31. -vs- 9 K .l soo 'V'!'T1 V!-1'4'l1.E5.19.'l 1.,l,f4:li-gqvldi iiiimtiati I M A . ,. ""f12',.,f ae .152-. I e' I' ' I-, J. ' 6 l At I :Q 1 , '71 . " QNX- , XV.: I Q 5.1 41 ig 1 Q .said Y K I iff. 57' l rl-2 qv GIRLS' SWIM TEAM The Girls' Swim team splashed their way into a winning season of 7 wins and 6 losses. Coached by Miss Brown, they placed 4th out of 21 teams in the Orange Relays. Six swimmers represented Euclid at the state meet. In the state meet, the 200 yd. medley relay team of Eileen Busdiecker fthe team's captainj, Jo- Ann Motusa, Kathy Rossmann, and Debbie Petrich placed 12th. Debbie Petrich also finished 2nd in the state 200 yd. Butterfly and 4th in the 200 yd. individual medley. 11. Eucnd Oppt. 111 Maple Heights 60 100 Warren Western Reserve 73 , 69 Bedford 104 - 1.-.11 ,lf ' A 35 Lakewood 48 i 11 W 13, 1:1 95 Brush 77 3 1 A. , 74 Rocky River 98 1, ,,.,.. 1. - .sgf A 1 117 Mayfield 54 1 me JI ' A5111 ' ' 103 camon McKinley 69 Row 1, L-R: Terri Baitt, Julie Voss, Sue Voss. Row 2: Pam Adkins, Debbie Carson, Kim Terrill, 114 Midpafkh 104 Diane Micale, Ivana Rozman, Kathy Rossmann, Coach M. Brown. Row 3: Lori Evans, Tory 63 Cleveland Helghfs 87 Neff, Eileen Busdicker, JoAnn Motuza, Laurie Oberaites, Angie Oberaites, Debbie Petrich, 85 Befea 107 Bonnie Cannavino. 65 Orange . 21 59 Warren G. Harding 'er X 'T rig? 'vi' f L"'?:J:"bf',' " ,7--' , n -'fi -y 115551 lu' 7' - ,w Q, :xi ' -' ' 'ff -4. "U, f A L5 I .s.- P V' , 4' xg. I 4 .Qi ,-I li . . ' 1' "1 'H-A 1 . 1 . A be--4?-Q , in p A s:G r' - 1 gi-ffvf.: -' " Debbie Williams "STATE CHAMP" -'-gn--.-.. -- - ' ' " .V ".::. ,W N ,N-.smw-sxs - , '- N--....., vii - -,WN -.sv , . .- ?+ .. S-14177 A 'H pg s. NS.- M 1. ,-1 g 'Y .' j'L--..'u f 5'i!?L?f':x. i , 'M A .f-Hli1.,-- " we 1 1 --an ' -ef.. .gg gg so-4 -- 'iii Iii:-a C- LLM ,Q if N' -.- , . 13'i'WP' . ,,.v.v-4'4" , ,I .. 301 """...,,.4. ' 1 K 0 9 nl9E E -s' 1 V FRONT ROW QL-RJ Ron Ranallo, Don Willingham, Mickey Karaba, Mike Keever, Lou Dommer, Frank Maire, Randy Jones. MIDDLE ROW: Ray Sierko, Tim Henkel, Scott Maxwell, Jack Gregorin, Mike Lynn, Greg Wanchism. BACK ROW: Jeff Hartman fcoachj, Tim Kooser, Bob Papp, Dave Poklar, Eugene La- Valley, John Planisek, John Leovich, Paul Serra fcoachl. VARSITY SCORES EUCLID OPPONENT EUCLID TEAM OPPONENT TEAM 11 Collinwood 2 Z Univgjjtzjdchool 3 7 . c"""'w"0d 0 3 Willoughby South 1 2 Willoughby South 3 8 Mentor 2 f s?ej':Z'dh 2 3 Mayfield 2 2 st' Josgph 2 6 Shaker Heights o 5 Memo? 6 4 Shaker Heights 1 3 Eastlake North 2 1 Wickliffe Qdistrictsl 0 1 Brush 4 1 Canfield Qdistrictsl 3 2 Rocky River 3 2 HWS" 0 5 Rock River 4 1 Eastlake North 5 1 Geneva Lectionall 0 4 Cuyahoga Fans 5 . . . . 4 Cincinnati Princeton 14 9 Painesville Riverside 0 5 Maple Heights 3 2 u 10 umsglgisesiihtjei Z 'I C'e"eIbIaa'::.t:2ights 3 I Season Record: Won 21 Lost 10 Head Coach: paul 59,-ra G-C-C- Rewfdf WON 3 I-0Sf 5 Assistant Coach: Jeff Hartman ' an , ...I . 4 E 3 4,.Qi,Q,fQf f t if' i'gy,jfg,"", ,.. D- 1 ,f ' - . ---'. 1 fi' , 95 I 1 L.. Y, A- ' ' .'. 4 V., .. .Y . .T...s.A. .mai-4p...x4 Q"-A-Qu..-i . 'P l Lea-.. VARSITY BASEBALL The 1977 Varsity Baseball Team turned out an excellent season record. The team played a total of thirty-one games of which they won twenty-one. The Panthers G.C.C. record was also very impressive. The team won eight of fourteen G.C.C. games. The outstanding player on the team was John Leovich, who was the pitching ace of the team. His record this year was 6-1, in- cluding a no-hitter. In all, the season was a success for first year coach Paul Serra and his assistant, Jeff Hartman. fry 2,7 ff' , --av "J 3 T Eau F' P51 I . 'UI J.V. BASEBALL The 1977 Junior Varsity base- ball team accomplished in win- ning 15 games out of 21. Some of the teams they played against were: Willoughby South, Bedford, Mentor, and others. The JV's were also in the G.C.C. ln the G.C.C., this team won 10 games and were defeated only 4 times. This year's new coach, Mr. Stupica, did a fine job of shaping up the team. L.. .lk . . ... - -V BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RJ: George Newcombe, Greg Chiudioni, Dave Wolf, Rich Snyder, Mike Langdon Marty Zupancic, Kesty Gudenas. ROW 2: Mark Kordic, Gary Struna, Dean Fazio, Gary Kuchta, Noe Brady, Devin Wilson, Jerry Drobnick. ROW 3: Bob Holloway, Bret Walther, Len Caplick, Mike Zanghi, Jeff Jones, Greg Lynn, Donald Koller, Dale Frey, Chris Hassel, Coach Tom Stupica. EUCLID TEAM OPPONENT 6 Willoughby South 4 10 Bedford 0 10 Mentor 7 5 North 5 4 Brush 3 5 Rocky River 2 14 Rocky River 5 1 Maple 0 v A X 13 University School 3 , 3 University School 4 7 Bedford 10 5 Willoughby South 2 i V 11 Mentor 5 ,71 6 Mayfield 4 1 3 Brush 7 I 4 North e 'L -4"'T'?Q i 3 . . ' .- If s A. z 5. I, ' x -5, FT X-.f . . Kwai" Q5 E 'hh Q kaxfqa f wwggv X u l : - v ' k S .J 1, in i iV.SCORES EUCLID TEAM OPPONENT 8 Maple 0 3 Cleveland Heights 2 2 Mayfield 5 1 Wickliffe 8 6 John Adams 5 "?'f'f'-f-fav L L... XX , A ---4-Lhl4q.,.- YW? i-nik' Qvx . , .A . . - kk mx! K1 ',x, X- Y I . ' . .11 ,R,j'iA' " ik XYXXIXRX Lx xx:-E lk? ,JNFRNQ N QA ,X I l K N X - 1 A , KX, 'W' ,- Q, r . xgrxalxx 'f 01 'L X' ' XQ 5' 1 K 'tm R ., F A E ' xl Y' XX: l A 1, Iv .Ji ' f -.ZF ,ig y ,My A V 0 - ,Q ' V' 'fn-Q-lf. ., ' ' .,.,. .. 'ni B 303 SENIOR TALENT "Live from Euclid Sr. High school, it's Senior Talent Night." Acts ranged from the musical presentation of "Send in the Clowns" to grace- ful, petite ballet dancers. Abbott and Costello had the audience rolling V X in the aisles and the Comedy Crew was also hilarious. The Sexy Six, the Golden Girls, and alive hula dancer provided an unusual assortment .g ' of entertainment. The whole production was well run and there was '55, something for everyone. ' , 3 I Blue Oyster Cult revised. N. ANI- ' X If you were 3 feet tall, you'd be clumsy, too. Barb Hasse sings "You left me Sore " 304 :N A A Y f X57 N K B 'sy ' - w- ' K 5 l s , l ' N T E s gs sql Quit S G 'G 1 'fs gd 5. wg X gl li X 3 Q A ff I 3 2. I s:--'3 ,gl 1 ' 1 I 1 1 i P 5 if I P' wif ? AQ., . ,TF . 1 . W is x kk, W , .Ns 's r,' ' l 741 I I XA I Cebul e T71 v Q ,-4-4 S 4-off-4-' if ,. ' .. . 1-fn ' .111 ,f'..s-i. OUTDOOR TRACK Euclid had a great season with an undefeated rec- ord in outdoor track. Exceptional jobs were done by Dan Debevc, Mike Schudel, Bill Kobetitsch, and T.J. Anderson, each scoring over 1,000 pts. for their team. Special awards were given to Dan Debevc, most valuable player: Bill Kobetitsch, most improved playerg and Bob Gold, outstanding leadership. 306 K 9 I 1 ,T . , . will . .rs f 1 - Q JT' , ,. W lov . QM. ' iff 'lift ' 'j r "S-SV ,.4, H' Kim-' 4 ' I' v ,gutgqgw fn Xu I, K l 1 - A V "+ve few.. -' 3- ' . . ,--X f ir A A ms l. 'X ' v li. v -4 X KJ bt, , EUCIIG Opponent Score 95 St. Joseph 32 93 Bedford 34 67 Eastlake North 27 97 Willoughby South 30 105 Brush 17 74 Maple 53 84 Mayfield 43 86 Mentor 41 In the District meet Dan Debevc took second place in the 440 yard dash with a time of 48.9. Ml VARSITY vARslTY TENNIS scoREs TE N N EUCLID TEAM OPPQNENT 61.11.64 "i' ,!V .L , . 0 Hawken 5 I :SESQEQQTQQEEQEL , r 1 Brush 4 This year's Varsity tennis team, I: iii I 3 Sz. Joseph 0 under the coaching of Alex Dzerowicz, I A 0 Beizztgod 3 I 4 K I .' 5 had a fine season with a record of 7 1:..agQ1- 4+ 4 John Adams 1 wins and 7 losses. The team also l Z W H Mmfvg 3 . . . . 4. - x ioug y outh participated in the G.C,C., malfrng an Inge- g lik! I 2 West Geauga 3 outstanding effort, having 4 wins and I T EE: 1 3 Eastlake Ngrfh 2 if llllunnn 2 losses. "5 5 ' 2 M Vlfclgiffeh ? ape eig ts i 1 Mayfield 4 5 Nordonia 0 J.V. TENNIS fx X Euclid's J.V. tennis team had a rec- ' ord this year of 6 wins and 4 losses. In the G.C.C., the Panther cubs smashed their way to a 3 to 1 record. Coach Heramb has done a fine job. -v-vw--vw-.., mllllflllllll xi - BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: George Mazzaro, Don Malone, Jeff Lu. ROW 2: Ed Lube, Roy Mast, Jim Roeder, Eugene Dimitrov, Coach Alex Dzerowicz, J.V. TENNIS SCORES ww E EUCLID TEAM OPPONENT 1 5 Brush 0 4 St. Joseph 1 1 Beachwood 4 N 2 Hawken 3 'X 2 Mentor 3 3 Willoughby South 2 j 6 West Geauga O ' 5 Eastlake North 0 E 4 wickliffe 1 E , I Q 1 shaker 3 , ffnqgtv , ,' ' A . -rf 1 q ' R , x . A ' ' BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Marc Freedman, Rob Frank.ROW 2: Eric Hansen, Coach Rob Heramb, Richard Galaska. 307 twain -f""' ff, W 16" 3421 F T T 1-. -1 'ff ibbgeff. 201-1201" lx , 1 I 1 '0 f 4 7 f' ff 1 L 4 .Ziff ..-'fl I Y "-1'iVi',5:--ff 7 ' , 1 157. W eff 5,55 'fffiy . -:f f -4 1 Fifi' 4: ' if s br 4 0 ,f f 'QQO' I ,ff Janet Young takes a plunge and everyone follows. x "-"1" V,-' ' - mv- , - """ - "if x.. 4- - E-N I guess I can t fly Denise and Lora get in a last minute practice before the show. ,I . Nl ,S F w" .Ut ,. 4. 54 Q 4 A,. A - I5 w 4 " R" J 1 1 5 .9 , i . : ,. . X- QI .. - 'Zvi - ,.' Z?"rQ-Q 1 "EEEEEEK" mice. ix in ! ' . ..5.h Y Mr' J l y,4 p4 N. A pl ' X lP'.4w Rr , -N . qbyjfx N .- V in 4 eg' I' ' "nip 'QQ 4 " , Q -.42 ,- 131'-r .7 -X - 'Q'f" r' . .- ' 1 ,av- A 1 -ff ,iff ' f -' . of 1 1' - Q -- '7 !7".." , T 5,71 ' vii gli .. ,-.sfo ,gsggf ,fc P - -' 'np .. '- J fi' 5 'J V - - ' ,mis 53:1 'Ii' ' . J- - fy: H O Y, cliff' ' ' ' - ' Q . " 4 ' 4 1 l l 6' ef' ' - . . . -5- Q ". ' .f. ' - ?- ' 5 .. f' 4.A,..x -F , -ag, , in i 1 Cax gt-V, 'Q ,. ' 'i -- ' 1 . XS , . . . l as ', bun x " x Our Soloist during a playful rest. .f -"f23'rl.'I'T . 'ff . , Q is V . . . Q xx M . r r n Y ."l X Y X ff . D 2 Q. 7 I , I g- ,jx j ,.,, K V : , x g g: -Q ' we. U 1 'ii-S+' -5' 'R 1 ,fi 3 , 'gimp QE' '75-1 -M1 M X Ng jlfigf., uf,Qgf!'k:, ' Sfpis- A af QM .ef ,:b,,..-,hs T. -., ,., . ,4 "TREASURES OF THE SEA" "Treasures of the Sea" was one of the best shows EucIid's Wai Napolo members ever put on. This year there was everything from a Siren to Pi- rates. The talent this year was ex- ceptional. This year's show included acts entitled: Dolphins, Treasures, Sailors, Aquamaids, A Dragon, Rain- bow Fish, Seaweed, Beach Bums, Cat- fish, Penguins, Sting Rays, Sirens Sea Anemones, Electric Eels, and, of course, the Boys Comedy "Pirates." The show was presented on April 21, 22, and the 23rd. A very special thanks to Mr. VonBenken for all his hard work and effort. 309 if 'I ' l .45 Id , - .:'1'Y r .fp al ' A ,- A-.-j,.ii, Start out with Billy Crocker, a broken-down broker, and Hope Harcourt with whom he has had a brief but potent relationship. The addition of her fiance, Sir Evelyn Oakley, and Reno Sweeny, the former evangelist and nightclub singer, creates an "interesting" situa- tion. Bring on the notorious gangster, Moonface Martin idisguised as a ministerl and his girlfriend Bonnie and you have all the ingredients necessary for a delerious comedy. Put them all on a cruiser going to England and you have this year's Big Show, "Anything Goes." This year's show ran from April 28 to 30. Television personality, Jan Paulich Jones added a professional touch to the play. With the dedication and superb direc- tion of the talented faculty and staff, the show was a tremendous success. 310 Reno Sweeney Billy Crocker Moonface . . . Hope .... Bonnie ...,.. Sir Evelyn . . . Mrs. Harcourt Whitney ..... Bishop ...... Steward . . . Reporter ..........,. Cameraman ............ . . . Two Chinese fChingJ .... . . Two Chinese lLingl ..........,...... Jan Paulich Jones ..... Paul Gubanc . ...Jim McMullen . . . .Cathy Miller ...Sue Hadzima . . . Jeff Gaydos . . . .Judy Garrett . . . Steve Bour . . . .John Offerle . . . . .Alan Lester .... Mike Wilson ........TonyCeIl . . Joe Chromanski , . . . . . Dave Brown Sue Hadzima singing the "Heaven H ' x ,flex fd 5 rx-sf Angels Purser Captain Sailors Girl I .. Girlll . Girl III . CAST ........Patty Noel Nancy Nemecek Mary Ann Mikovich Renee Fetko Pam Shaffer Diane Rado . , , Ted Thomas Dave Eros , . , Mike Cefaratti Mike Evert LynneKiro . . . . Margie McLaren ...... Robin Lamm "I'm George Bernard Shaw with the beard to prove it." "Bon Voyage." 'Q - 'E' -B Qll!f'Q'Q4v Qu. 1 L. v' -A "The chorus sings the refrain-"Anything Goes." iq., 1 ii ' . 44 K2 F- .,, -iv N.1- in-nuli3:'1 ieega Z , Evelyn, Glen, Laurie and Steve give their feet a rest. '-'X' 75:1 f.: is 1 J- If l "in X-ijt?-A v . , if-""ffI7s-C22 ' 'I Lou and his date pause for a bite to eat. .gf x V ' ., xl x' X3 , h vi J - , I I K , W .. . Q.. -.,. .4 ., .gp E- , .Lag gf xx, ,-t, wtf., Q5 .. Q: 'iffy 'Kg .A ' K-ag?-,W . fx" TQ., T' y 'i-'ill-1-,'1.3'C. .1 "'-V ' - 'i'c"11 f Hai? ' .1-tiger JUNIOR PRO On Saturday, May 7, this year's juniors climbed the "Stairway to Heaven" as they came to Junior Prom. The festivities included dancing to the band, LUCIOUS, refreshments, and lovely goblets given as favors. Couples boogied, chaperones sighedg and everyone enjoyed himself. 312 , , . l V ws: E X X I . n ' -9 - X 4 1 , ' l N ' -, . S. . S 5 E "3 ,- X vu an Xia- vi The couples enter the "Stairway to Heaven." .llggtsesy ' -3, 4 -.s+:.Q+S1q'rg3 I 1' .- 'i3fv1'ZgQ . f V . .xx , ,: ,f .,-, , VM, ' . ,,f. - X s N- ' N fa . f:1..,i+f.if Q Q f lf?--1 xl - , X' " .3-st. . ., , iff: ' . 4:5755 5- -K y 'JT 'x i ' "Q "Qt w ' X"w1"- X -iv." .Lulu I f,-,g.ef'gf4s,..b' ' ctw. 'L' - 1 .,.-un: x- --. 'Sn U - , 5 E- ., 31 . A A .Q 555 ,F 1 ., X 2, 1 gf P , .f . , -5 - 5' " " . s , N141 .- 'we --:Q ' -it x :Q .lf-,,-i - - ., ' -' ' , X, 'x-1-.-P ,:.,g,-QERH3-,A , :KA , .I I K . ,, . 3,5 .sf Q,1,.,..'..-W .L If: , -,,.9fgHL.f,fQ:X va' . . f 1' af v .f 5-,c ,, . V .I M, :rf - ' -- if e uh. 5? P W' - , 'A . A .,. - i x t, V .lx ' A r -. '3 X 4 'Z V Q5-.-.." I U h -. ' 'g- ' ' ?-. N" I Q Z" 3 l Wt" 1 f ,a f .. - .X . --55.1 X: --T Qhfgx. lan: Q -- 5 l N 3852's-:3":'X .. ' - ' - 1. e I ' ,Q ' 225 if . 2 gg. Q w5,3:5 . l 1 AG- 5 X .EY-R,.lQg . " FR Q- 51,-lvl" 2. af!-' . ' ' i . 5? Y. 5 v ' ' .Q !f.,f....-n . 4 - ad HP' -U7 "No, we're NOT getting married!" 3 up 1 O f n 7 t 1 3 Jeff, Pam, John, and Stefanie take a moment to pose for the photographer. XX l E I sz o X N K . I 1 n x .E ., -,. 1. ggi' fl' us' .f Y- SENIOR PROM Senior activities started with senior cut day and was culminated by gradua- tion. The highlight was "Opening Night." Three hundred couples danced to the music of Coconut in the E Room Ball Room after a delicious dinner at TRW accentuated by the music of the Jim Blue Band. After leaving the dance at 1 o'clock the reveliers returned to TRW to dance to the music of Jasper. An early morning breakfast was served be- fore students left for individual parties. Then on June 6 seniors returned to TRW for the traditional Senior Breakfast. No, Gary, that's not the Fountain of Youth. A . l!v 'im .bu . 72- . , gf.. HQ' -,fl ' 'K , 4 ' f '1 I I 5 'A' gn I' ' I H. ' . "1 'tal 'it Rain and Mare take a break from the festivities for the camera. 7 1 fix ' ,a-, PM Y ,- .- L . J x be '. .J A.. , . if , 1 s I , 1 an V,.fJ f J I, .all 1 " - Alla I 1 4 I. hg.,f" . -4 IIZLX ivfl l B 5- I K " ". 'n L....'x1 ' Q , 9Jgx 4 i' .ns AZ' 1 259 NO, A,- . , A I K . 1 "n v .AL ,, if ,.,. ,, .K . .. . ' -4 ' ll 1:22 - - . ,A '.l'f.55'-'i'!j' 7' N' Q53 . 'f Jqyivf pQ,'!L'ff.?-Qrfl + - , -,ix-V -, ,.- -ww L f 1 X os , , 4, " ' li -, , ,I , 5, .1 foal: ' L4 F' ' Q v 5 " -gg' vi 5 'if 1 up ,-,,:'+, A V' Q- yiis o o ggwm, if-M2415 1 -'. 41' r 'Ku 'ff .A ' J ,' . ' ' . .Q is ' Jing 4' 'Y fi Q.-r fx ' ii:. ,3,-Y ..'v' ': 4534.- .4 i ' R... 5' 1 . .N ,.fiQ,L.5Q5g?2' VJ- ,Q I ,.. ' Q? V 'a I' , u . '- 2 ky:-'I 5 - ka ' 'Q 1' " . - H M A ff ' f , f f f 1 "You mean we're going to be on TV?" T ff f "Aw, don't look so sad! ,ab f 959 050510 1.- . I J - X Q ' ., 1 3.5 , f ' ,r Q-My If ' 1 11, ' ' ' 1- ,Q 5 f .f ik Hg txxgvgeea I Q V C 4 ' . ilk I' 4' f I - n -J' I x - AF - HONOR STUDENTS Euclid High SchooI's seniors were honored for their scholastic achieve- ments in various subject areas at the Senior Awards assembly on May 23. Teachers and staff are proud of these hardworking students. JN-sz 5 Q-1 rf Tom Anderson f Rafi tx, x L 'S' tif Mil.. f A I K ' Jim Drobnick ,N fe 3 x Q 'P 'QQ , if , , ' w-Q7, ' K gf., gs W . t fs A 1 sg, x . - 7 if QX Paul Gubanc Mark Harmon John Kaunas , 'R . 'bv Q 'JJ ' 4' wx, ,. , aa -,A V , I A A.. CL' 'T' , IL my N 1 Nga a L, ' 'F qi? sir fs My . A is Catherine Miller Robin Pinkava Debbie Pglagki Patricia Arnold as ! .1 i I Daryl Fanney was K , J N ' Nikki Lowe iii: ' X, 1 ,. I , X ,1:1 '2- s Margaret Rinderle f"'Sr 316 ffl I . A M Nancy Ayers La' 5- , .t '-S4 '!':::7' Laurie Foreman '04 Q'--'Y Amy Lutz f I I .'-. gl " . t. JM, sf, r rsar ,fr Jeff Schellentrager 153 1--v Heather Stump Doug Boone XE' - Chris Gelev Catherine Melfi gp- ' QE: N ,NI I 3 Jeff Schuffert f 3221 fi . x , 6 Zv- SQ' .. 1-.HT E is: f Randy Turk , .- , . ,fvwsi I COMMENCEMENT On Tuesday June 7, 1977, Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven students assembled at Cleveland Public Auditorium to receive their diplomas and to bid farewell to Euclid Senior High School. The highlight of the evening was marked by the turning of the tassels. Mr. Schwagler certified the Class of '77, and Dr. Husarik pre- sented the class to Mr. Totten, president of the Board of Educa- tion, who accepted the class on behalf of the community. Randy South gave the invocation and Patty Noel gave the benediction. Students then left the auditorium by marching to "Pomp and Circumstance." To the class of '77, best wishes and may good luck always be with you. O Vg 1 .' , Y . Q ' Q- X N , Tl , I up , . T 1. l ! l nf 3- V - - P -- 'Au ': "-'31". K ,w ' " Q 4 " K .B - '-,' 1a.L. , . . Tv'-.laws l QW. 4 . vr . Q rg, - K N - Illnmwl Q . . -- - e.4nl'EL4 4...x ' f N, 1 if 'Y if . f - '6 x 5. I If ,fin 'Nl 1 451. 2 -'nh fftmf' ' s va., , , ..v- .. 1 ' E 1 .Q-ff? nt' ' Y , Xl H 5 C -gif xr-,F i if 1 N, V 5 ' 3 .Qf,,:lS3 5 wi 'iff Q 1 T , I' xvng f Oinsmssn i 1 I 'J' cf -19 , 3 , , - i' " 1. if P -1 A f ' .F ' ' ' 1"'+'i ..x mg .1 , , , ' 4 'N " ' 4' 5.-.' ' fx T" f ' X '- 31,31 ' Q. li -9. 1 4' ,' hs i f ' 1. :mx ' ' X vwx, .1 , i'- X'-a Y Qx N ,gyipgi Evil! -fka -623 f , -2 ED D f NQ' we CLASS OF 1977 .X xg 43:-P1 .pg KW W' f I uf . ,L ' -x. ., 1. -1 , - .'l , 2.3 ffl fs 'Dx . P ' ...F ., .4 ,x .lj -. 1 T , E Wa.. A EUCLIDIAN EUCLID SR HIGH 711 EAST 222nd STREET EUCLID OHIO 44123 OLUME 28 8 70 114 142 178 242 256 A .. . ., f ..fEl"s1"If'f"1I 'Y wig? ex 42: 'ii far .-M4C".g99v,,. 'W9'C"'W4:-.5-' EUCLID PUBLIC llllllllll M pr 86 3966 FACES . . . totally bewildered in the strange BIG HALLS . . . puzZIed because Room 412 doesn't exist leven if it is on the schedulel . . frightened at the rushing masses: just before the bell QRlNG!!l FACES . . . in thoughtful silence, grasping the idea . . . in honest willingness to learn . . . inervouslyl waiting for the test to begin NN ,. O . 4 W? W s U' + Q N 1 l FACES . . . SMiliNG with a hope that a smile will be returned . . . SMiIiNG in gladness that someone else smiled first . . . SMiIiNG even though no one else smiles back FACES . . . of calculus students with limits approaching total confus ion . . . of art students painting dreams on an easel . . . of English students whose teachers "ain't learned them nothing" -YET .nk I0 -wr---r J Em .., ,,,x , uri? ii. U,'3?i1ii5,Qg' Q.. 5 ' 1 1 . C! 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I I ... 1 ,,,v 1 K Y l X x X ' X 7' ' x G ' rm -A! i "vt,-:rx '4.,., tri' E Caslmlr Abazla Cheryl Abazla Ronald Abramczyk Tlmothy Abramczyk Kenneth Adams J-- Y . I ,, 4 xx i. x Aff- X ,, I , . --x-...wr 4 Carol Albanese Donna Aleccl Judy Allwood WP Y 1'--'vw 'Sv 5, Q s""'.l"'f ,A 4 Laura Anderson Thadeus Anderson i ,LE 10 aff: Mark Amoroso Susan Anastasl I can't reach It! .....a.....s,.. .a...... --Lv-uf L F Rig! "' ii 3 A ' lu 'NIH 4 - ' Lf" L xg, . A I s inu- x. ,Q , . . W: -, Xu' 'Le ,I .4 ' 1 Please . . . Can't I have hlm? ,ev ""'f CET!! ,,,. r f Thomas Anderson it ki' 'serv VII' 5.1 V 'RJ' mfg, si WH K 1 ' h ii. Rlchard Armstrong has tv...- Llsa Aten Chrlstlane Ausflug Denlse Ayers Debra Andrews Dawn Appleton Judlth Arnold Patrlcla Arnold . f 'Tin , 5 . ,,-v Amelia Araps Susan Archacki We'II get to the bottom of this yet! IVV 'V' V N ? T7 'ir .., 1 A Ac 1 X xi 1 N x NQX. X N "'f:a 7111, , f f 4 .ff Nancy Ayers Robert Bachmann Beverly Bacon Carole Balzel Johnna Balasko AIDX Carl Baldassarre Sandra Barbato Patrlcla Barbo Theresa Barlle Annette Barnes ,Q 'iw-as .Af ' Dale Barnes Saundra Barnett Paul Barry "Whatd'ya mean do I wanna . . .?" Boy, what a hang-overl Eh Mlchael Batchko Llnda Batdorf , , Charles Becker Lorralne Belle aa .H Susan Bazar , Tlmothy Bauer Mlchael Belvlso Oh, my, he's dead! . iw 754 ,A 15 X f -fi wi Gwendolyn Bashllne Craig Basler -L- ,Nami Laura Bealko Jesse Becerra ,.-,'f- I ,fa f i I '99 if T-1 if Jghn Bergman J8l'lh8lI8 BGYZII1 15"-'y' 'sugar fZ"1.'Y Karen Besselman if is' Patrlcla Blase 0.0 MB-W gm .44-, ' Q H .fu x M 'Uv 2 ' 1 A-f . 33:55 Kelth Blaln A lg ' , Robert Blaskovlc fo, Teresa Blakeley Ivy Bloti 1' -9- W - 'H'f"P""' , ,-,, . .. We ,....' A soggy banana. ow, a ,,.-..,..v.uf"' D 4 x .', A" . W 'va-, f hh , . m,.4-fn 4 5' YI!!! I ,avr in 4A, Douglas Boone Jeffrey Bordonaro Carl Bosco P' 'Q 1 . .5 M an rw -6 I vi' . .ii las h P ' . X -, 'S 14 if We're making a messl '. 'jeg x X . "" K eve -sim - Q 5 4 Kenneth Bosher James Bossard AN -ak ni 'QA TLT' Leonard Bowers Sarah Bowman Y Y"'vQ 5d Phlllp Bradac Spencer Brady Thomas Brady Nancy Brass rv- "' A4 YT lf' Linda Bratlna xi A Mft 7' lla I A! X B L". 'VNV' Phunp Braun .mann Breehun Richard Bregnzer , ., J! a 1 A . . .TS N 'au-wr' Gregory Brentar Gerald Brlckman ix ka. wt .hr -:Pd y Q35 V' ,, U Y Q.. ,fig . I ':.,,z . .l::4 l A:':::':l N' , A9x'22g5 Robert Brlnko Ronald Brlnko John Brodhacker Mlchael Bronaka You mean I crammed all weekend for nothing? 'Vx .af ' I PM-,W . -.7 Bonnie Bronkall Bonny Brooker in nl 6 Patrlcla Bryan Q0 James Busher 'HH '4 Ill .sl Z Robert Browskl Bronkall and McCarty getting It on In the bandroom. f'Qf ii if . Iaeif 11 ,H -2.4 V1- sitzzf-'. I ' XA-'1::7':'l', Q ph . Q12 .....rf--p,.'., ,. .-nw . .. ll s, , . :---- .. .-,- .- - 1 .. X.. N at-l... ,- . . ,K x, 1-,-N, we X .tn...x.p ,-..15.3x Nb -,T:r5:.:f: N v Q"',X',".-'I.'f- .Xiu 's fl.-.'-:Rt-I vi Nlcholas Buccerl Terese Burke Emlly Burns Florence Busher "' L- Cf-0' Ni J ,.r fA 521535 Kevln Byrne Patrlck Campbell Robert Campus Anne Candela 'WS 'iss Karen Capadona i P Michele Carney Charles Carter Aw shucks I lost .AUNKAQ5 Tlmothy Casten Sherry Cebul Leonard Cefaratti Michael Cefarattl Patricia Cek 3 . I ,I , Place your bets here. n....- Hey, that thing is hot!! 'L t f vvwt ni-3 , N, . -sn .15 . """""" 'FT' fl gg X i X fx -C , ' tk . X? L A , tx: x fare-1: 1 .: R Anthony Cell Karen Centa Mary Centa Brlan Cerbln Constance Cetlnsky 'W xi in b ex 'yo C"'1V spy. - V Qu.-w. if AA nl- 'il' Denlse Chabrand Eugene Chlara Russell Choffin Joseph Choromanski Mary Christmyer They're just bashful. 'bg .SIX ..- S wg, it 'Q 5515 . - we Michael Christopher Barbara Chuha Robert Chukayne ,Y I 'I' nr , V x errors Q-1 Teresa Churchill Frank Clgoy Annette Cirota Dlno Civitarese Tv l vw-.,X ,..,,.f James Clabough Robert Clapp Joseph Clark Mary Clarke sux '65 lm iw, X -me 'Nu' John Colllng Mlchael Columbus Leslie Conley Robert Connerton . . Give me a kiss. Wanna really shake up your mouth? QN Debra Clabough f- cv if M ' .I 1 X 'V xi i ' - Jerome Colaric Y TN -9 I Juanita Cook Ex an V-III-"' Mary Pat Cosgriff f 5 ? S x , I ,, 1 a,x Q9 I " ii 'Nx., Nada Coso ,v i F I K l l ,. 951+ X I L W" 3'7" Q'-, - Davld cosfanzo James Coughlin Garry Coulter x ' i.v The "gimples" make a comeback. 'ii 3" 5,5 'ig A -V Here It comes! X X ' 'FSL ina' " :' A - X - ' QL. .NVQ .--1 ."-'w .' f?t5fs'F vw- T Q ix 5, "" 2, " X' "xc: Q' ' a, - .7 M ,IN X X ,. as-.J A Q 'A 5 Mlchelle Cutshall Katherine Cowling Daniel Crawford Kgvln Crow Susan Curtis po? in NW"--7' N A , V, Q. 1Tff',' . , Ty? N! , ' ' 1 I W X s Jean Czyzyckl 20 Carol Dallos fWN v-6""" f Sf . Barbara Dalton Davld D'Amlco Paula Daniel 51 .5 l 7 r Q. 5 fb 5 ,-- -A ,ia-fx Llsa Danzlnger Harold Daugherty D Q . Suzanne Deluca ,gas S"x t""""' Cheryl Deoma 1 'X sf s ,5 N L5 '. Al-. 1 n. 1- N- 1., .. 'vu , Patrlcla Demarco l A X .lv Bryan Derreberry ,X 1-95 F '-nf- ex 1,0 ' ' ,ws qv , ti'- 'T fs.1 ' D Scott Daugherty Danlel Davles Dawn Davies 4' D ,Q ,V rw 'px f W W- -4 4 . x T ff. 'N Illia X 1, 'sf 4 X H . x David Daw Daniel Debevc Louls Deluca up V-C.-. I 'FW " ,lf I' This ls my creation-Frankenstein Jr. 70N Joan Deveney Rose DlBacco Kurt Dleckmann 21 u I-: ss, ni f ' 'e-.fy . .gn ' Y Z 14 Q - Q, -Q- , N " X Q WAX -wg -4+-'T' 1. '. ttf 1 if - Si .SP '7 'l '- 'R' V f ,gif gel, X 1. .x .ffm-4?-2j,'j3gRj.'.Ef?5f'. K ". . Q, . Nl ..fim'1-xr-A',,5 qs-,jfi hi? ' . T Y ' 74:52-1-ff" -I-55 -- ' . JN lf .. s M 1 51? ' J 'M 04f27!+, 7. . . by X ,X-: sew-1 . -: .,..-,,, f - . . . ' xr,g"5. 'V ,. TX'-..,,,,i'f ..:Y4.??Q"Q x,M.Qf G. ..-' X X l .. -xxa- Get lost. This is a private ,. 19:6 . Q ir Paul DlMare 4 ...iw meeting. This ls a real tough problem. som... Domenlc Divlncenzo Lgxwx . .fi V H , xg.. X NS ff' . .X erm . ,As . Q pr f MA if 1 Q. f 1 R A 'E9'f'J H V x X . T Antonia Dodd 2 if 1.--,ff I pa, Michelle Domltor 22 Donna Doles . -.b V , N . -X? L . ' 15.4 f 1 .zcgwg ...K I F 1 lf? 'fgxqs ' 'Q " F Q N - I , , . Sandra DlTomaso 45..- x Richard Doles V Q . 1 ,-.. gi' I 1 , if fe, fs ,D ' K, , xx 1 Vx b -- fvx N V sf . - T X 'Tag I , s s 2 4 .fy 'W " A jf' - .V lf, X - Louis Dommer fi. sb ICN Q1"...2 David Divito ' Mary Beth Doblekar vii. I .X r . L, s. .K 5 S L., X 5. S. Sp y. ,X x X X own sa X. - Xwxx tx F XX xx ll x x X 'Q :"i' ' - L XY xx is-q.. s' .i. nm., N .. gg.. Michael Dolsen 'EX 'G-s is-H? if Marcla Domltor 'FV La. Kenneth Dorsch Louls Dottore llse Dougherty 15 . 5. fvx xfix ave-9, 5 'fn tT""" N . iffy X A Q V 6, 'S l A - I A Douglas Doyle Patrick Doyle James Drobnick Barbara Ducca Luann Dudley N ,vw ff. -51 in --" Q5 ' 3 'wr . Q RQ , , . l L' 1 Li X I X , at Y X X is , J 'N 4' U x 1. - l N' I I ., 1? Q' ' X XX X I 4 ll - "P :mx r f 'xXy ' I H A, . Susan Duffy Mark Ebersbacher Ray Eberweln Maureen Eckenrode Perry Edelbergs 'S Look at that! Do you believe it? ,,, Rib ', Fx, :GN x , EI' if-e Rod Ehrhart James Eiermann Steven Ellis X.. . -' .A i f' James Evan 1 , 35? l .f' r-A ,,.,,. B Daryl Fanney John Fette Susan Fldel Joanne Figler Kurt Flender Laurie Foreman Please mommy can t we go out and play? J I Vi. 54- .. . 4 ,.,, ..., , ...M .,,.. ,A He'll never believe It! gary CSL? Mary Garglulo YL .v Jeff Gaydos S7 Ii.---1 Randy Garrett F Kathy Geer Te.. 10' G' Q4 4-Q Michael Formica Margaret Fowle Adrienne Fowler 7, ,.Q"' T l N ,R i 'R fvs fwvfl mf. N 1,5 TPVT- A -V N - --f-v we,-..,f X , I 441 ff, .. Carolyn Franko Joseph Frech Mark Frey ffgsgwvy. 2' 'X P. A -w ,X 1. ' rv ve VO' .A , ff-A-" .ff f-- "" f N A Robert Frleden Gordon Frlel Judy Fultz You won't tell now will you? "A 5 PSN, L. HW: 'T 533' .' K 14 1 9' Q - he llmlif - fv- -U H H f15x i 'JK i 'TIT' K Xfgl, ...xv 6' Neil Geletka Christine Gelev Karen Genelius Jenny Gephart Robert Gilbert ,. za 5,5 'N an Q, X fu TT' f , ,rf x If f I "wax Margaret Gizzi William Glaser Diana Glavan Linda Glick Robin Gllcker sf"':Y tu ears:-so Did you hear the one about . . . X 470, W ae G ,,, -, -I f""" f 'f.., 'sv F9 -,.., Emily G0d'ef -lvdlfh G0dh3veC Robert Gold Mary Golden Pamela Golden 26 . . if-ni Elizabeth Goldrich Christine Gole vvvv, L we-v---,N .gtk , . .qi ,V ,.-XX 45: -ASX Qvsgexr . '. :-.-,. . s ' Qxjf Q Tina Greig Dlno Grlda .pox If G-nf 4 vi Ruth Grabinski Henry Graham -'x 'TJ'- as rx , Q X N .. -iz, I 1 3, ,A N- - 3, 'HS 'S s ' if . . T E x ,XM X .:':?W"' r f. -' ' I - a 4 5 , -foxfs f-:Rho-NXNQXQE r. e of v 1 - E3 .x .3 Y.. , ,-.mime ,Agn- Come over here and say that. P ttf- NOV' 'Rv' . N dv- Klmberly Gross -2 sy 'Q are 1 ff! 1' ...YN 47. 57- Janis Grega A ,,.. Christopher Gruber IW? 6.4 Dale Gulich Tina Gullo Carol Gumowski A 'Sl "Q:-'A A QTL at ver . ' -Q , Paul Gubanc Joann Gugliotta 27 Ez-: IIIIIIIH IIHIHIJ lllllllll IIHIIII IIIIIIII Illlill I I IIIH 4 14 Sl 'Di ,tr-' 'QNX 3 6'- 1? ta R M 3? Q. , l Q H .loan Gundling Nicholas Hadzima Sugan Hadzima B4 ' , 5 x X 3 " .. a Q .F 74. Q N Y Deborah Hall '95 2' ,4 Qr'. g, .Qs -'HS' l Mary Hall Don't put that down my pants! .. 1-"1 Judith Hanlon V x .. fyl'-rv if Thomas Hannaford .- , X up 4. ,- 'fe X If 1 5' ' N Y, JT, . ff X I .f -v f ii '- Q ' 3' 1 ,l - , 4. f ' Q-f-g, 'za ,, ,, li, . 1' JW' wg,-N Llsa Hanson , Q v R' ,xvx is . t : We .pay me .g x N ws -- X. .. Xx Xvwx ' X - 1 H ' ITC' - x J A X a- a ' ,, . 1 Joseph Hanak bf Mark Harmon Beth Hart Deborah Harvey 28 Mary Ellen Hanley ,gif ,Q 'l,l i,'QL-' Ti, . vs .g. .1 gi- . 7... - '- Y .7 3 !"TZr- "1 wqfv QN '.-v----'gr I -4 .- Barbara Hasse Dlane Hausrath Consuelo Heath E 1 N -,I J '. . . and do the bump now . . ." rv? ' 105 af" I don't know those two. Dawn Hector Philip Heid H - - , Y 5- " '4- 3 9,-X ..,, , 'fs I i :if ZR QQ xx 53 . ly K' , r I Q--V. -':' f-Y ' 'f X 'V' of 'LL Q 'xv-.-r f K: . . ......,. W A ,f 5 X gif! X L s 5 L! Susan Helmsoth Danlel Helsing Tlmothy Henkel Russell Hennle Robert Herp ll V A'-'N fl'-jr Dean Herrls -ax,,,, .faq -'Y' Kathleen Hershey Amy Hill 29 0573 5- qi N! 1---1' ,C .. M I V X ' L- ' r 1 Carl Hill Eric Himmelman Ellen Hlnk 11-'T' Bonnie Hirsch Sharon Hlebak A X 'L PuX,',x fi if if 11 T5 Sn? Wi. he K -Z if ' Yeah, they belong to me. ,V iw' .lo Anne Holloway Kathleen Homar Walter Honer fv- WTA' f""' 1 'ZZ' ' l-GUYS Hood Deborah Hopton Barbara Hrlbar 30 Kathleen Hoag Lora Holcombe H 9 I 'ni 1' if h S 7-'vw fw 1f""'N'X ,f w . NaN ,, b -, 1 Dlane Hrlbar Patrlcla Hrivnak as .lv I 9 W J K Fa -- i..ail Catherlne Hromyko Joseph Hrutkay R A' fs Susan Huelsman Timothy Hughes QV C!"'4' Lorretta Hulin if X , .R ' :b ' 6 X dsx 'ire rw Sy wr I F,-,' .jx A "1 3, x 'f f 17-V , A . ' ' VW: X ,ig Roberta Hustek .- . ,.-mmm! ...Wh as I ' .pa--5 Is that guy wearing a dress? Donald Ipavec And then you just pull the head off like this . . . I ,eg r x g,,..J 6' v 1-.gif , .fx ' L X. I f A I, I 4 f t . I r ,. 'ff U, William Hupp Thomas Husa ,. 'fx I 51,23 n ix -' . .5 I if J Q.,-9 TC." I 0 Michael Iafigliola Linda Ice 'vi - f'-fi Wx 'fd Lf. . I Joyce Irvine Carrie lsbestor -wx 57'-nv "'l Loren Ivansek Raymond Jablonski ,J ,gf - Y " Q Wi. , K". v . 6 X - ' Ai P V Qf r' J fl" xx' W 14' I -' . A g, , . 6, I .kt.5.k5f . David Jasin Kenneth Jazbec 5 fl- U5 Nada Jaklic 'UU E I-K .Q Liane Jerina 1 jill ' 1 ,v f2,.?- -in .N :gg in een , 'P' 'Y UQ Q4 of D n D gi e D , a V Jeffrey Johnson Michael Johnson - 1 David Jones No! Don't take my picture! Cynihia Jaklich Andrew Jakovlic fx 'uf xv Alfred Johnson Daniel Johnson N Y l ,T Q as X '12, jf - x, Y fa 1 ' - . 12 1 ',i-Ldiff Randy Jones Deborah Jordan Q . ,S-3.-1-411:13 ll-ull J Z,-' ll 'Otani final A' ng P a ei' U j'?'x,'9r "" ISBN' 1 N' lil: ' 14N ,Z The Three Stooges! It says you will have a long life . . . Lf tr, ""' Q'-rv ,X .X . Lf N.- l f John Jue Mark Julian Shawn Kahl Kim Kaifesh Heidi Kaiser we R' 'I-Q il' 'Wg ' 5' 1 " ,Q--v K J fl- . J ,.e- X X gl Janice Kapec Michael Karaba Lester Karol Robert Kascak Nancy Kastelic ,Vs an 6'-",T,Z',, ,gs J fx MSA James Katosic John Kaunas Dianne Kavel Lauren Kazen Gary Keefe ,wk ICN . f. 'V Li ,x N, lr 5. ,H 5? lfl I , L 'ZZ' ,JE 1 wx, ,Q ,M If . .. 1: W - , w X I ! TQ A li I 1 , ' - Kathryn Keeler Michael KBEVCI' Robert Keller Kenneth Kender Andrew Kendro A ,242 EX, ' dest' Y W Vx me 94 wg, P? ', QV 'ff v-'45 'ls-, v 1 -I 5' lx 'JQK .. DA I: 'ali x -X ?' ,ff ft -15, - 1 ij-'J2'f 7 P 4' ell. f' 9' 'LJ I -' Nxijv Janet Kerns Janice Kerns Carol Kernya Kelvin Kester I didn't think it was that funny. C'mon ln! YV ,ix '5'1'1 A H Cx Q- 4'1'.T" 4 If Kish, C"ff0"d Klme LYnne Klmura Davld King Maura Klng Sharon Klngsmlll 34 41.5- 1 A ' all Barbara Kirchner Kenny Klepac 'X ri 'in-.rf Evelynne Kiro ,111 V. - s -,0 K Q X .. .. -'lf 'f:,. Thomas Knific I 1 QE l ,Xuf Fifi kj f Douglas Koller Timothy Kooser Linda Kordich Hey, check out those legs!! -lzllf' 'I'- f Qw- n ' 4' Gi' f W 'X ,A I?-ear-v x V ' Q-:AQ Q' 1 "1 Anne Kish Michael Kleinhenz Mark Kleinhenz if si 4' f n - X . A f- . X '65 Yr 5 1 X " h ' Qu- ob. K Z W Q' f F' .N V' "ffl, Vx Wil' Y' . I K at :fra iff Susan Knight William Kobetitsch Joseph Kochevar 5 fr X3 1- 'lff'-'J is W -il 9 ji: r 5' I fx-Y'!'fi :J e a a-H T , ' V. .- Lf jd! AZ , 'N' X fs? ' MW' W Q VY-7 ' at-Je -'Q s- -AQI-ri' ' e A Now, what was that formula? 1' .f 'Vx 40 Laura Korynoski Anthony Kosir ,wbx 1"'P I ,f f 1 5 Sr K IL X A I as ' 1 Kathleen Kosovich James Koss Mary Kotar smne pretty! ff' A nl ,9v'2 9x vd 'N Q N, NA Q- V, ' 1 . Q Q ..- , Q73-- a f . xx' 1.frq,?r - -Ap ?a,j N X5 -- 112-.lf ,A Maxx- Joseph Kovac Sharon Kovelan Before . . . -lfsq 47 "iQ ,ix' 8.4 5-nv p ...f XX Walter Kozlosk .v :X 'av 0-.- ET " I ' ',,. A , Todd Kublln 2.59 ""V YT'7' Carl Kozlowski Susan Kralnce Pairlcla Krause Q I f p' ,N ma James Kuchar Dlane Kwasny 'WX Sylvia Krulc 91 lu . 9' b if QN--rx i, ,I f '-'S N - x 'M I f X- f f N N Q x, ' 'N Martin LaCava Ingrld Lackner Stephen Ladovich Dennis Lambert Robin Lamm , -5,9 Kathleen Lamont Robin Lampela I , Ar", 4.?e.s, , , X! A K r Q ' N , I vf' . and after. ,,Z fl . . 1 -fy 'T " wr--vu, 4-Q1 1- Jeffrey Lane Lisa Lanese Tammy Lang Q7 'N- -, ..J V Q:-114' .gvxsx 'hr' , ,, Marcia Lantzy Anthony Lape Daniel Lastorla Sli 41--9 Q.. 'WN x Margaret Laycock Catherine Lehman ,ra .,....- !6?x 'r:::7'! fz:wr 'Gr' li Alan Leinweber , w ,, Ask -. m3-v 'f I . I D f'W J' Y Krlf I 15 :wx C ,4 , ,,. Linda Lender Robert Leonhardt Fw, I John Leovich John Lesnick T. Alan Lester Kenneth Leuzzi Deborah Leveno 3 'A-O E.. ' tif' .4-ug A1 Sandra Lewis Susan Liggett Bruce Lilley Lillian Lis Linda Lisi gl There's something sentimental about a star It's not my purse! ,L..L Thomas Ljubl Diane Lockhart George Lohri Michael Lonchar Davld Longstreth 1 'Dis 2 Patrick Lovano Nicolette Lowe Edward Lube Donna Luce ,ve Leland Lumadue 141 ,fox V 'vw f. 'J X- Z 1.1.4 vi Amy Lutz Michael Lynch i 1 se. " AR ig 'Q Sf- L x 'fr xx 5-'K ' fu be ' Sharon Machine Allan Mackovjak AA I ',,. N 'CPN - gg, . if ja ,..3lA-3 , I .':v fi: , W' Q5 - :JN-,,. N. . William Mabel .P-4 4.-...g xi xi Leslie MacLeod Q r .TNS 'Q 5-fi, if fri an X YJ auf '- . ' . , - I-TSN igyxjg, 1755. Edward MBUYY Karen Maksymowicz Dennis Malaney 5 'ff We're live manequins! Barbara Mandato Debra Manfredonia of ,,, Abu I Carole Manion Llsa Mantz X if fUS 'L' A 'v ,v f' X .!, I always chew on my tongue. 'fl in , il? g 'Nr' I ni l Sexy Sam. Deborah Markert Joyce Marincic Michael Markuz " 168 , vi lb' 1- Judith Martyn Kelly Martin WS QVQPX J Joy Mast Vesna Matic X. pls. ff , ASQ 5,2 Jeanne Mason Z 5- .46 . 'Q Wx ,, I, K is ,.-n Y 2. .-,7 X N5 Lorraine Matuch Samuel Mason Catherine Massaro I ,pgfri 4.4 ,, P lf' ' 1' 4 Y' J y 20 T ' Vg-xy 1 .l .,,, Y Q asf I 2 Z ,lf w, " 'A -' l z Robert Maxwell Martha Mayef 41 iii " " 'ii' , Lv' kv- ,Oi 1' ' 'tr-"" yr M, if. ' .iw Deborah Mazur Deborah McCaIIa 3 Iliff Holly McCIurg Mary McCullough if " M ix N. 4.3. f .. Y 5 ' 4 'Si ' :xi ' P W R --be-a .u REQ Q , fi"-9 VA IAA H Rabin Mcflwain Michael McGill 42 Y The Wicked Witch of Euclid Diane McCarty l 'Q 29' X-:vw 'qs Fei. Nuns' X yer :E 'wk s f. mm. ' , -W , wsxm ms Q -, ' ' ' 24. 1, ix -1 ZX . Michael McCullough :Af if 'iam A -Q---0' William McGregor Donald McLaughlin Margaret McLoughlin ,JL J Randy at his best. Nadine McLean Linda McNamara 1 lf' as 'A' U. fvpx A I, . -1 10, -on ' I ' yuv--Y his ix 4' I N, A I fl Alan McRainey Charles Medley Patricia Meier 1 i N ' - 6 'i lung 7'-' Q LJ i ' ' f ef as-X l 4 , ' 5 'his--.41 J + .ki 4 - ' - --- My -Q f' , 1 s -,N 1 'P A '- Q ' p . ' x A e ,f a 72 f 'A . M l .4 it' Iv. f"! , I HI: f' . W V V 1 A V ' 1 , X qi ,N -t A It says :har ix is edible! 4 -W 4545 ' l 45 dill ' E 1- Where is the That badge still won't get you anyplace! Q. . 1 r N' 'E' fr-K' Catherine Melfi Katherine Mendoza Joseph Mertik -I x fs Q., Qin-qt g- on Q "Scurvey" office? Paul Mihacevich Sheri Mikanovich Nancy Mikovic 43 'QU' 2 ul I The Ultra-Brite smile. .1 ,,. l A 1 5 Anne Miller Bethann Miller 3- 17 . 'VX Qvvvt' ts- Catherine Miller Doreen Miller I 1 -ai 17 x 'xy ,hh K". l . I ,vu ,A I Kevin Mix Eric Mlzner I 7 t K I if -,gf-If ot 4 " es Y 5- li , u John Miner ,X Yi Margaret Mobbs Peanut butter always sticks to the roof of my mouth' WS x '1,....-1 Penny Muller Roger Miller l N--' 5 Cheryl Modlc Susan Moeller Qs 'si ul .,-T lx: ' ' 1, Y , i. xv' .g , Ak V l , ,.,,, f ' ' ,. if Douglas Moore 'tv Qi? f?'xX Eileen Murphy .avi 'UN Laura Neff Klme out to kill. ,T A a X", 'wp 1 6 'ff 54' gn . ,A fy' '-ffg' iw Gary Shay boogies on the bells. ul X, . v,.....r N Susan Naro f K 'V' ,P 6. la Charles Nicholls lsn't this thrilling? : .arf I ' N ' . I , .- 2' I """ V-. " 1: . ll .""a.5,. 1 f ae'--H-f r 5 e . . . ld K . 'S+ ,s - -1 fy , ...gn-'Uk ti I thought you were brlngmg the football! vis . K K S e, Q., , if h N9 4 .erm , - ., ., Duane Nordstrom Richard Novak ,rv f-J-,' if "V --Y gn-7 Janet Novotn .loan Nunnally Susan Oboczky Terrence 0'Brien Barry 0'DonnelI Carol Okucku Karen Okleson John 0'Neill B qv if w . 1 , . 4 'X 'N-v-s 4 ' Q-Q X hs A X 4 Dale Orlando James Orme 'Q' NPS'-v '55 -A- llx. ' Charles Orndoff Aff'-f -L ,ics I forgot my name! Robert Ortrnan Charlene Osborn Cynthia Ostrunic Kimx 35 YW' if YY:-'p-X CFL? AQ X. fvi Joanne Oyaski Yong S. Pak Joseph Pales Kevin Palmer Evelyn P303 All right, what's wrong with my shirt? I think my gifdle is 300 fight- ,Q X 47 8 6? i bv' Darlene Paonsha Robert Papp Jacqueline Parker Q5 'Wi .alll-s iz, Lauren Parsons Timothy Patete Sandra Patfield l DID grow ears! . h ,mv 1+- K K- -Nffjgj-. M X : J W-.K H... "uf, "Mg - xx R K :gfwfl A , Excellent Education in Euclid Schools! gl. . ,. 74,15 .N xl . ' -sl Q.. E ip.. .W " A fl 1 " - S ,tu N YY ' - "?Ei 5 lx 'fs 1 , , NN l A -J... 1 - " , -. 1, , A if ff M -- . ,H Please, get me out of here! Dennis Pavella Kathleen Pavis Klmberly Pearch i X. Kenneth Pedersen e. James Per 1 " n s i. ,I - -V es -P V , X '1- . mp lx X 1 9. Robert Perryman Robert Perusek Lvffalne Peters Cheerleaders and Majorettes unlte .Wd xv 3 Roselyn Petr: , ' .. qs 1 ", R Robin Pinkava Lou Ann Plper Laura Plavcan Tammy Polley Debbie Polaskl !'f'- -'V Edward Popovic Kim P l 50 Donald Poropat . is Qi NX : l K, 5' an N . kr: l H' .-Q2 5 - Xl Andrew Prause v' 'Cf' ' l John Poulos Ak X Brigitte Prause ff' Irvs Qi NL' N 'i T? ,1 Cheryl Powell I C' -N X .g"",.,.5.' , V 'R i f . A Jill Primeau Susan Powell Michael Pozun 1 its Roberta Prioreschi Susan Prizzi F ,,f"" Nfl, in-9 4 1 . Judy Purvis ., 5.711 ' Q . l .,, 6 I . 5 I6 fvQ 33' .x A v -,- 9 - J' Linnea Purvis Michael Pyle n r ,. 1 x I ll 1 'lisa 4 l i 1 3 4 'fl , .... 5 T 41411 'L YF' o if' 55, 5' 1.4- 'err N' 1 Joseph Raicevich Norman Ralston Ronald Ranallo ' 1 ' - A f Q Q ,Q fi . . A I. .V wo -X bf' Y' X s . 1 l il uxi i ' Diane Rawlings And rea Reece 4'1""7' .1 1 S 4V""b S.. Kevin Reed Norman Reed Charles Reese , .All I don't think she'II let you draw that' LA4- H Getting ready for the shot. -'NM at Ronald Robinson Peggy Rholke up Q. we -R' Y.. Kimberly Ross Robert Ross .M 19x -11-3 A, Duane Reschke 7' Y 'D X 9 Ernest Ritz ,X Marllee Rojeck f 'as i-if 1- 455 .ri X X l "D is 1.356 ' .4 , Helmut Richardt 43 i X f ? Darlene RObel't5 Lynn Roberts Q! aww. 5,1 Cesar Roman Darlene Ross . . . and so today us National Wear a Dress Day ff? -K We could have danced all night. .ww A q.,.,,,, ' .jitiir ' - , 5-.i" ' 'XX ,J-L. X T. .q:, W Iggy xv: f W- Q atherine Rossmann rig, , in Raef? .W . .lsiis 4 , . zilgxz z ,-51 R. .fr "roi lf! : ., .sick 21' y Vincent Rozman Q1-Q Darcy Ryder -.6 ,... -s... Z . 'cv if T i ,gun-lb Thomas Rotar ,fog N hx 1 19,1 rf.. 5' ' Q N i X Q' x ' X N' X x ES, wa...-wg s ,X X X 1 T 1 , ' xii. ,. , L. a. 1' , W Jeanine Rupsic Timothy Russell ix Qv' Sq-N44 John Ryder William Ryder ir""fv- N f L, ew ,NM ..---"YN X 'SHVQ xv, ! x Eric Rutan James Rymarczyk So 1 + 1 really does equal 2' Robert Ruuska Teresa Rzepkowski David Saletrik 'Tk if V N. Kathleen Sands IVR - .4 vw Thomas Salopek JA Frances Sansbury 'VN Ronald Sapatka ,Cs Kathleen Sawyer Rui po Q,-47 Beth Salosky Mft X a a ff 1 W Qt' tg' 1 Nancy Santa Y ' x S1353 wr Nr 4 Q 'Y an 'N X. s 1 Ronald Saywell "Gentlemen prefer Haines". .ses Look, a real girl! f ,. -44 -as 5 : A , h V xl N .v---9 ey-'eff' haf . V it ?. , .3- Richard Schauer Jeffrey Schellentrager g n I . . ' Q. . x vw N QP x ' 4""""Y 1 l ,X ,Q 5. A I - V JN1' Sandy Schmid James Schmidt Gary Schoeniger Michael Schudel Jeffrey Schuffert Y, Aw, come on' YN- .Ap ., W- .-1 K , '13 , Ax' WX X Amy Schwartz ai" 'cv I ' ,Q ' 5. 1 - -pf' V ,fl AY ' William Serazin Gale Seifert Michael Semega e N . .V Diane Serksnis Harry Shafer 9,5 EW . I . rp, Q I yr 'U' sr .1 , 11, AWN, . ff' ' 'ik S i T' , 'P' -S . -vi fig , e . f , I 'ff Ls:."kifii.L Pamela Shaffer Patrick Shaner Gary Shay A "Confucius say . . ." I ,,'Aq '- ITL nl i ,ujflmi rc. , D I C '2 D , -fi - , : f..,g-:f , ' I Y- -+ HRX Euclid's own "Majorettes"! Douglas Sheridan Charles Sherrill X wx 'gi ,gy foe Xi' -X 'ax ' QL -lf .1 y R I 1 " f X A' i x Q! I ,df ,V ivavx fl IX-A , , . 1"S l 1- Y- y "" U ws,, : Xxx, in K 1 : QA V' gl XJ yi, y Q f r -1 . - '. he :R ,L . , S -ff X s 5 x .-j.l. 1 X' if, Deborah Shipley Randall Shirk Paul Shunk Debra Sidak David Sidman EC ' -. 2" f ..1, QL .L ff' ' QI ' rj, sf 5 """ Y ' ez if ff 1 . X x 1 XX ! A Vickie Sieferd Rosemarie Simek Ronald Simmons 57 :!. ii, ,-, 'Os fix QQ Q... cg? ' x tw Sit sk N I, 'K James Simpson Connie Sims John Sivillo Davorin Slat Frederick Slavec Dewayne Smiddy Kathleen Smith Just put your hands together like this . . . .Rl -Qin s 'ii F55 GUNS . 'Tv' mf X ff.-,X fe- ' 1' we , ' 'Ltr-V N, . , 1-ix X' -N .lTJ..-. , gg' v 5,-A v' K Y 'ff:f,:",-Su it - X , Lori Smith Sandra Smith Linda Snook P .K if , f'f,L" ' --- 'bv W . ig . ii I qi X Jim Snydef Biff! Sobole R-Bridal South Michael Spehar Robert Spike 58 i if 3 f '49 Nlonna Stepanski Rebecca Stephens 'QS .-qs Marylou Stermole , -n 'NSW' 7 1'-- ju 9 f l f ah! ,tiff . A1 Walter Stipkovich Patrucna Stewart ?- Qi 15 1 -wig Ronald Stoss I am a WI-lAT?' f 1- -'wx - .2 Aff .-La B J? . JL.. z ' 1, 9. f 'f 1 .2 'A fl N Qc? , A43 Daniel Stermole 125 Kathleen Stigamier Q1 45" '54 Michael Strah S9 43 x N. Sharon Strauss Wendy Streble Jeffrey Strelch an 'J' A! i' N e .fit A T px Q , Gotcha" Josephine Strle Damel Strosmcler Paul Stroud G Linda Suchevits I W. fb 2 , ff, e "F - life'-L 5 ..fz,,. r x Chip Carter stopped to talk to Linda Ciarlillo on election day. , ,E -T . , J, 1 Pfvk- ' ,f . fx 1 'US lj ' Q 5 ' R. Y. , if I ,Te , . - 'n':5g:.e X i .t-.N - James Swanson Jeffrey Swider 'S fav Patrlck Swoboda Barbara Szabo if' X Qs.,-r W V X Donald Swift J S up 1 i 945 'iw V 1 xin 1""+ ff VL' X f l ' X X 1k- J f Edward Szalay Z 'fx'7 f. -" ' "V ., ,X Kurt Sustarsic "" 1 I L 5 'A 'ZW Steven Swift STV bi 1.4 "--v ,- . x, fx Rm Robert Szalay R rv Vx 1 ff, 4 -S 'V- ,V 4 'J ,jx V, V f Michael Svilar 1? -L ef? Darlene Swlhart I , 1 T'-v I I , " Valerie Tancredi fy Karen Taulien .-of A .. y .. Rf ,,. vvx K of.-,Jo k ,.,...r xl.: 3 as ff N T f f John Thomas 'UN o'-'-S' Beth Telich .Lg 3 ,, . fs' ., , " "' 'af T is 'TQNIA . 'T '-3 in ,. . Jon Thomas X' ...nn--Q Kay Thomas Theodore Thomas Carolyn Thompson Now what is it I'm not supposed to do? V7.4 -4-'Si -it 5 vi 85172132 '3 16231-i44.,.lIa 'R IG' - - -- ,-'- -.H -S..-x-. qw, 1' "'-Rf: A S53 F hr F' 1, PF? 5 Sis 4, I 81215 e"n2f"W W , I " Q it 2. . I if 2' 1 x A 'lit-0 T mmm' :....f X. , X T ,Q , A .I 7,1 A Q fiffdif ,xx- Leonard Thompson uv-X 'Z-'5' Laura Tomaselli Kathy Torok P ffx Michael Tortorici 'Ch GN v1"":" Diane Trgo David Traina Donald Traina Beverly Tramsak Frank Trevarthen ,1 -D , N , -WA? ,D Carol Troha y'v'f Mary Troha John Trommetter Klmberly Troth Do you want to know the truth about N! ! Xl Jie .J rl! 'f""' Y., Mary Ellen Turk , 'W' Randolph Turk Frank Ujcic 'N 1 'EN Michael Ulle Richard Underkofler Christopher Uram -as , Q W N,-gs. .,..- ,-v I Now wait . . . this is a great story! XJ W . I 4 Q L- lv-nv L Q -150 AX Q-"V E N .h X K ' ' E 9 .XV , fx-AS ' '- - r' . .-wi. David Ulepic Frank Ulle Judy Urban Audrey Urbancic ' 1 1 . . X ,f ix N N 'U' - Q . . 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Robert Yanacek 1"- xix Craig Yoder Deborah Young Thomas Young -FHL, CVS ' ,vw ' "VN, is R.. ' ' 3 ' by - . x . , - - 1 54-X w--f-1 GA Gap Sk YES' Robert Yuko Joseph Yukstas Michael Yurkovich Trevor Zachary Mary Beth Zak -"A 'w E Nu' ,Q-..--v ""x1 '. ar 'QA' ing, wg-1-:rr James Zakrajsek Marilyn Zalatel Debra Zaller Joseph Zanghl Patricia Zeltz x.. Ein gxigll 0' 'E if NOW Ch69f8h. IUSY 80 UP and Say hi! Let me tell you a secret. s O' , 5.f 'Og' 1 Q- 4 , X T f M N sn" ,,X,s'wi:v-1 we S 194 ' t 'Xb ' vs", QQ 'R'-xx QI in x Y'f"'fV .Q' , G9 5-st 1-1-- ' D350 Z8'8f1'8kaS Carol Zgonc Terry Zltnlk Davld Zmljewskl Timothy Zuponclc 68 I, Q: l- 1, Donna Zuro 'QA I . 11 W. Anthony Bagwell Q 5 A X max w-.,.,' pf ,vs Joseph Bartel John Behra Debbie Bllss in 3 iff A 'Y' N -Q--wav' V7-I7' 15+ gaze M X fr' Jacallne Archibald fha kr! 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The J.V. football team compiled a 4-6 record while collecting experience for next year's varsity team. Outstanding were leading rusher Bob Clemence, Iinebackers Dave Ray Naro, tackle Ray Strah, defensive back Tom Rinderle, Devin Wilson, and center Noel Brady, who stepped into varsity lineup and started six games. Although they were in number, they had plenty of talent which will aid varsity the coming seasons. 1: D. King, G. Mason, J. Rapinz, G. Newcomb, B. Clemence, R. Naro, T. I, ROW 2: J. Caito, J. Otcasek, J. Drobnick, A. Jelepis, N. Brady, T. e, F. Clabough, M. Radabaugh, ROW 3: D. Wilson, J. Doyle, B. Holmes, Blldsteln, D. Ayers, D. Carbone, J. Jones, C. Deveney, ROW 4: B. Hrusovsky, . Strah, M. Sansbury, M. Gordon, T. O'Brien, L. Caplick, D. Wolf, Coach postasy. -Q 9 4 -N x X-A A I -- - V Y Yi..T.,., ,..-,- - 4, ... 1 ' V , . --J 1 f 1 it V k E I M I 1 4 a I f s x r 5 : 1 S PANTHER PRIDE The Euclid Panthers football team compiled an Impressive record in the 1976 season, leading the GCC for much of the season. Co-Captains were Ron Ranallo and Tom Wandersleben. After a slow start by losing to Valley Forge, the Panthers ended in a scoreless tie with rival St. Joe's. The Panthers continued gaining momentum after a West Tech victory and another tie, this time with Willoughby South in the GCC opener. Head coach Ron Sey- mour is happy with his team's improvement over last year's 2-6-2 record. VARSITY FOOTBALL: ROW 1: Ron Ranallo, Jim Snyder, John Trommetter, Jeff Wanchisn, Jlm Clabough, Mike Lynch, Lee Lumadue, Tom Wandersleben, Bill Walters, John Basar, Dave Uleplc. ROW 2: Bob Ruuska, Dave Richards, Mark Byrne, Tim Sherman, Larry lnsana, Tony Centa, Greg Brentar, Jack Gregorin, Frank Kucharskl, Rick Burrows. ROW 3: John Ryder, Jeff Schuffert, Randy Jones, Scott Maxwell, Adam Shunk, Jim I-lunt, Tom Hongosh, Dave Praznovsky, Dave Berlan, Ed Delaney, Den- nls Lynch. ROW 4: Spencer Brady, Dan Debavc, Mike Tortorici, Don Poropat, Dean Herris, Steve Resar, Don Willingham, Tom Palumbo, Tim Erjavec, Jim Baltt, Dave Yeckley. ROW 5: Dan Davles, Phll Bradac, Jim Sumner, Rlch Jambor, Dan Darasko, Mark Centa, Dennis Strnad, Phil Horabik, John Mc Cluskey, Jlm Wright, Shawn Kahl, Manager Phll Setnlk, Steve McKenna. iv 'I N-n EL W5 A Q , " I gmfwfl in fir- Hn rl Y 4' M E' R ...-n 4 M Qlrgg.-.ww-S M ww 67 52 44 Wm" an l J: fa F F. f I" x .1 5 fa! FV ' Squires Linda Ice and Nada Coso greeted couples as they entered the Enchanted Castle. g . ffjx , ,X F" "Sam Mason, don't just sit there, help me pin this thing on!!" ENCHANTED CASTLE Cold weather prevailed during EucIid's Homecoming Week of October 20-22, which cancelled the Homecoming parade, but did not turn away the many fans who attended the Homecoming game. The following night, the Enchanted Castle opened its doors for the 200 elegantly dressed couples who danced the night away with music provided by Crossfire. 1- I' I' A ' :X IA' A ' I," I lik - i -Awi ' X I A - 'J V, If KX , ,4 Vi' X xx A Wa r ' J i .2 r 4 as ,- Q if-lifg. In ,.' fl ' "rr "fb '- " 'N X- 7 S l U-v ::::',-,125 ij, Q-1:2 if .. if fl ye I :Mix Q"-'.-V-ff.,i.fFff:'7'j' " ' 1-'. r xi'-".'l '1 . 1975 Homecoming Queen Laura Allen happily approved of her Did Jan Novotny at the Homecoming pep rally really pledge her sucessor Tammy Polley at the Friday morning assembly. heart to Channel 5's Gary Ritchie? The 1976 Homecoming Court consisted of: Sophomore Attendant Lora Hayman, Junior Attendant Jackie Kuhar, Senior Attendants Diane McCarty and Renee Fetko, Queen Tammy Polley, King Wally Honer, Senior Attendants .left Lane and Dan Debevc, Junior Attendant Wayne Buza, Sophomore Attendant Kevin Sidman. . wy- .Yt.- -R A-f-.4 s 4 1 fx. .wal M -1 " " - ' 'fwffri ': 'T . f .-YF: -. 12,1-If "" N .-film:-w?f , :ff V -ifiifii -5 if ffl: -f 'ex L7 -5, ' ' -X '. ,, -x'7 'LA' -1 an 4' F i -. , ' 1 .J lx ' . , f . , IQ- S.,- ' " ' c'f,'.fQ,,5'f , sff.i JQnfIQ -., . 'v f' 1 .X l . f , , , . . L . , Q N' f , ,-. .I " Q 45 J FS' .11 f , , f - 1 n . .o, f 9' f W' 4 5 I " 1 , J. 4 1 o '4 . . fl N v -' - " 9 . ,. , V L' '., - - ' . I 2 K 'M' io. i I . x . 4' 1, Q0 . 59 I ,, '-e"'.fr '. 1 ' Q ,. - , ' 'Pl ' , A . . :?.7:,4-It-. - . ,..::gQh'. .-'Q U ' v' J M A vw . ., 4,1 .g4,'.'.,,'-- . 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Yfiinlx- ilire f' A N ,JN ' M FRONT ROW: Rob Cowan, Joe Cartulla, Monte Carlo, Randy South, Andy Prause, Terry 0'Brien, Diego Roman, Scott Parker, Joe Kardum. ROW 2: Coach Homovec, Rick Lane, John Lesnick, Tom Young, Craig Yoder, Kurt Dieckmann, Jorge Lanese, Rich Boehm, Coach Sattler. On August 23, a group of 40 induviduals ended their summers and started making the sacrifices necessary to have a winning team. Skills, team work, technique and strategy were the ingredients molded together to achieve this goal. They played on muddy fields and under hazardous conditions much of the time. Co-Captains of the team were Seniors Andy Prause and Randy South, who helped keep the team's morale up throughout the season, as did coach Greg Sattler. Departing players this year are seniors Monte Carlo, Jack Colling, Tom Young, Terry 0'Brien, Kurt Dieckmann, Craig Yoder, and junior Rick Lane. On October 28 when the season ended, the team looked back with pride to review what they had accomplished. With a 7-5-1 record, Euclid had its third winning season. 81 W-v'V"5 L f 5.. ."AA v s-'.,'f-il I, fi' lv 451+ .431 0 0 N11 wp E' 5 x 'x x N. N... . Y I ' 5 I- ,Am , F' vt-DQS 'li'h+1,4,!, , 'N k r - V mi . 1 -. H , . xr x, 4 Q In Q Sa Jutpgtp, ' A A - N. Y: K.x':,'. .r Y . S I ""'-if W Q5f."!5!P4S""??if"ff'AS3,s!Q. --3: . ".' ',, V. wg 1.-I. '-f - '.- ' -vw ,:--A' -M ,-gqgx f Dj. ' ., o 40'-0' pyerfifq , ., :VH-5' ' -'r . , -- - -'5-'I 71a-L1 L72'-rw' i,.p'.3?f-,,7," 5 ,152 fx.-.g'L,g,gg.Q 47, 43,1 " jg, U A. -.n".,l, J ,Hai Wihrnpif l'..194,n,w1.4. . K wx 1 ,f ., . V f"'s"ea1'em,gf . 'f':+f- . g "1 ' fn 5 f 4 ifgij dwg. - A,',sfg'jff,g-6.118 fx ff' 45 f ,,,...'w-- 1 .b -- -x . . ' ' . F. -L55iff ik.,"'.J'zy W: . - N I .f 'f ' 91 9 .V . .17 Q., , v f . L U W +L 'fig 11.4 . ' ' ar 4 M- '1- .Ci 7 ...'."r' M." " . 'xi' , -' lr. ' -, "' A , . ,M - -...IJ ,L 1 g ,.4 . 'fc J '- Q w l ' s . '. f . ill' . 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' 3 --'- - s' -- " , --r-1 " -,,. . ' . K P ' A , . as W ,4-i,3ep.L.,,4, .:.g rv jing "i'l1i,,i-.pf , ,. pf: -r,...M A N. I it '4 , K ' 4 V if . , - . """'. "' ' 'tg' . ' ' -ul , , '- , ' T. V 5-,N-,,,..., ,D . N 4 " - . S . .-'J 1 "l f - '- ' . ..- 8,4 V A-.Q P nf- . .- -- - 19? 2 ,f ' . , , V ty, fa -'A , U , f " 1 9 a . .4 -fi ' ' - -4'-.-:QH4-, ,' '-R 'uf' -?t'?".qw J- - " ,. 5 'Q Ol ' . n si " 1, u- U1 ', H . f .ag- - A "'--..z-A.. . . Wg, f..fS2'f I S ATI A - 'o,.:.,...,.s:' l' EUCLID BOOTE RS RCW 1: Robert Lanese, Rollie Standish, Mike Topping, Jim Orme, Dave Seidel, Silvan Kuharich, Mike Maggio, Paul McFadden, Herb Pawski ROW 2: Ed Fa- bec, Bob Dalic, Mike Kupfer, Jack .les- berger, John Laughlin, Cesar Roman, Mike Campbell, Tom Deemer, Jim Beidle. 83 719' .4 v-'4'f '.A RUN FOR YOUR LIFE The 1976 cross country team remained GCC champions for the second consecutive year. Senior Bob Gold had an outstanding season, running in first place in the GCC meet. Two other Euclid runners were also named to the All-GCC team, senior Craig Basler and junior Chris Dole. In addition to these three, the rest of the team enjoyed their success as a whole. Also running well were seniors Pat Campbell, Scott Wilson, and junior Walt Wolski. Coach Tom Halbedel was named GCC Coach of the year for his exceptional job as EucIid's coach. FRONT: Coach Tom Halbedel. ROW 2: Walt Wolski, Bob Gold. ROW 3: Chris Dole, Craig Basler, Scott Wilson, Bob Debevc. ROW 4: Rick Horn, Pat Campbell, Charlie Simpson, Eric Jochum. ROW 5: Steve Basler, Joe Frech, Jim Busher, Larry Plavcan, Al Buanno. ROW 6: John Kalka, Frank Ulle, Terry Isaac. Tu.,- T if ..--' l I I ?' IT j g -wir ,J-5 .4 3 -..,-4' if 5 1 'V .. 1. .RZ e.'.. . -n .iR,.v as-1 Q ,A Q jx, 'rx-'Pr 4 , Mt , 542 'ww' 1+ - M 5' H' 4' ' 4 T ' i 1 J A' 4.n...,,. V- , , I - 3: a it Q , ,1. N 9 5 W M Q-.5 I, it as r 1 A, ' A ' - ' - - ' 3' 8 , I . 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The 76-77 water polo team com- piled a 4-2 record in dual meets , , T and a 1-2 record in tournaments. -ff'-A , aa--- -4 ' y , ' fi ln the Rocky River tournament, the 3. 1 'fc Panthers finished second behind ' 'P' 7' 7 Berea out of eight teams, and i placed fifth in a field of seven teams ' f ,V 6 , it in the Euclid Invitational. Co- ' ,, -if , captains Mike Pyle and Ken Dorsch, ' ig J' along with Scott Wise, Bob Ross, I O "' Mike Glaser and Barth Cerer, were 5' T starters for the team team. Other i A - l outstanding players were goalie Joe A Perpar and Jack Shelden. The team I ll' 3 M was young this year, and with with X qt A X experience, Coach Rodriguez has l , P great expectations for next year. FRONT Row John Mullin, Bob clings, Andy I Rossmann, SECOND ROW Mike Pyle, Ken Dorsch, Bob Ross, Terry Brennan, Doug Jones, IHIRD ROW Tom Rotar, Barth Cerer, Mike Glaser, Jack Shelden, Eric Darcy, Joe Perpar, Roger Miller. Y :::--- L- 2 ll I!! Q- f'f'5!5Y4b1?90ii'hnl.f5sts.f:2vfK L-'Env 12921-e f, ' , 'N . ' ' Q-'-."' ' Y N - 'N Q- Mw .. .P . Hi , :gm . . Q ff.-fri .ff -. . ...QQ -V -23, , -- , . ',,,M 123' ?X'Tf!xQM--'IP 'iff' , " .- . x vggbdxkhx Xxx S N if 1 1 x . , , 4-- 1,. r :fix ff' ' - ' ' ' xv ' , ' . .Q K I .v , -- f ' .WS -7: 1 1 ' fT""..51'-1 U ' X' T 'diff 2 " 1 T. , ..,.vPq+x fq,,a,:Q.-X . N P 'ugh , 1 L . ff! A 5 -V 5 5 H - '--11'.IQffYkxlQE55x'X ' " '--,5H::x':5,.. X f 1 ' " ' f X- F' ,Ag ' ..: , K...w,i:r.v X- ' ' ' ., .Q .viii .R f: -' '-'- X-.-, - 5,5 -,-k gy.. ' -'Six 1 x y , 4 L. .. , Y ' '- Y! I , ' ' 7 ' A! , i fr V A x x R W f ws., L N f, N'-- .. YR Jw Nfxff- x- ,.... ...M-L4 -Whi-, ii? -L-4,5 M K ' -- x. s A We :N "L V' X' T 1 x -- N .n gfsezii i Q."" Q . 49" - ' - ' N .f"'w... y i A 5 vw-V-.....,,Qu fx N- . "Sf . N 4 , ' - - -,V c v .. 87 ONE MORE MILE Trudging through endless trails with perseverence and endurance was the Girls' Cross Country team. The team had a very successful year with only one loss, that coming against Madison. A sopho- more, Carrie Shuster, ran in the first position, with junior Dawn Woodruff right behind. The team ended the season with 5-1 record in dual meets. Girls' Cross Country, ROW 1: Karin Schultz, Jan Slejko, Carrie Shuster, Kathy Ry- marczyk, Muff Truskolaski, Dawn Woodruff, Karen Rymarczyk. TQ i,x ur Av ous IIS!! Sllllllll um n nl umm I mu: Pl ml nsumv ' ,- rf 3'- ! fi " ' ?N 1 ...5f5i:..:b.-.xi I K, .,,, Y . ,il x 'AV M' I , S551--,W T 5 i if Q..L-NL. . f ' . X ' 913.2 . The 1976-1977 Girls' Tennis team had a well rounded season this year. The team ended its season with a 6-6 record. There were 20 girls on the team, backing up the high scorer, Debbie Williams, who was the district champion and later went on to State Competition. Lynn Roberts and Joy Mast, co-captains, felt that the girls continued improv- ing throughout the season. Tennis Team, ROW 1: Tracy Biddinger. Vickie Chapman, Meg Kumensky, Sherry Petrich, Lynn Pierolo. ROW 2: Mary Jankow- ski, Amy Hill, .loy Mast, Claudia McChancey, Mary Korosec. ROW 3: Chris Gole, Patty Noel, Debbie Williams, Karen Brentar, Mrs. Carter. at ' ' A .-tif . ..-4.w'. . .. W. X ffl 14. With the skills and drive of 8 volleyball players, the 1976-1977 team had little trouble winning victories over the opposing teams. With Mary D'Amico being the team's leading scorer, the team ended the season with a 5-2 record. Miss Buck, the coach, and Captain Sandi Stankiewicz were very proud of these dedicated girls and felt that they played well together with no single player dominating. The girls placed second in the league but were eliminated in the first round of tournament play. Varsity Volleyball, ROW 1' Jean Czyzycki, Sandi Stankiewicz, Evie Pana, Carrie Franko. ROW 21 Coach Pat Buck, Debbie Gower, Diana Ortman, Mary D'Amico, Joanne Bokar, Teresa Kuklica, Kathy Rossmann. J.V. Volleyball, ROW 1: Laurie Oberaitis, Debbie Thomas, Lori Breskvar, Mary Holmes, Debbie Petrich, Mary Ficeri. ROW 2' Coach Hackett, Jeanne Dommer, Linda Misch, Debbie Miller, Melodie Music, Cheri Strah, Kathy Rossmann. 1 3 f nr is I it 91 BOTTOM ROW: Cindy Rojeck, Don Kol- ler, Vince Malone, Mark Coan, Roy Mast, Tim Tichenor, Tony Glunta, Marty Zu- pancic. TOP ROW: Kevin Kaifesh, Mark Kordic, Terry Harrell, Buzzy Rowland, Jerry Drobnick, Coach Neil Sharp, Bob Patete, Lenny Caplick, Mark Juratovic. fed. note: GL Kevinll 'W' E.. r 6 -.. ,4-.V bi . i Y l X- G N s 'E' J 4 6- ' . ,AR Y 1 PB - 'Q P 1 ' f - T v'r1:s,-.241 A . K 5 . l .Q is 4 N ,var 7 -:F. J 5 'T "'-35 H' 'K FE' sv P s SIR? , f v -we ,pt I 1 SHOOT THE HOOP The 1976-77 JV Basketball team enjoyed success under their new coach Neil Sharp. By drilling in the basics of the sport, the team became more con- sistent in their games as the season progressed. High scorers were Mark Coan, George Newcomb, and Kevin Kaifesh, but all the members of the team gave 10096 in each game. Varsity Coach Doc Daugherty hopes that this year's JV talent will transfer itself to next year's Varisty team. 93 4' 'Nix '-'Sat SINK IT The Varsity Basketball team lost a lot of close games in a season of rebuilding. Coach Doc Daugherty was pleased with the individual players' progress and what the team lost in games, they gained in experi- ence. Junior co-captain Cliff Kirch- ner showed constant improvement throughout the season as did start- ing guards Scott Parker and Jim Daugherty. The team was young, with only two seniors playing: John Trom- metter and Tim Kooser. By giving the "BIue Team" playing time every game, Doc is planning to have a great season next year. FRONT ROW: Jim Daugherty, Tim Kooser, Co- capts. John Trommetter and Cliff Kirchner, Ken Williams, Dennis Lynch, Scott Parker . BACK ROW' Scott Maxwell, Jeff Springer, Asst. Coach Stupica, Jim Roeder, Dave Linane, Coach Doc Daugherty, Dave Sexton, Mike Lynn. 94 vig, mtl ,gf - .. ight vi' pass:-af-', iq! . -.4 X ., XA fs ' .x 1 s ' Y ' I W an --:lx A K Ts D Fl '21, U' 'L QL, jx y I, 2 i I T" .- 'G x ., 1 , v ' ' Y- ' 1 . . ,J iQ . Q42 ,Lf-3 'Q Sw -Qi, , I 1- ,,j,,,A1-' ""',j .'1gg,1 n--1 ZS-'Y' :uns 1 i N""" mill V- Q' V- mwx Y .V ., ' V N ,Q f. A wx , , . , LB. "' .:'.a 15110 'J ul- 95 0 JF' MARDI GRAS On Saturday February 19 loving couples, mingling with friends and dancing to the beat of Islands' music, enjoyed the warmth at Winter Festival. Over 130 cou- ples participated in this lavish annual event, and the night will be remembered by many as one of music and pleasure. The reigning queen and her court danced slowly to the sounds of Electric Light Orchestras Can't Get You Out of My Head and were soon joined on the dance floor by the rest of the well-dressed students. Two days beforehand, the queen and her court were announced in the Thursday morning assembly and were treated to lunch on Friday morning. Winter Festi- val was a weekend that was enjoyed by all. I x 1:5 Z Ll Q I 43, , I , , 9' NWO- T! A 'P A. .13 2: 1 I u I 4 g L' -L ,Mg x 5: Vo A s 'fr ,, N its ueen Amy Lutz Michael M . Wil ,....-- I Q. S 1 Qia- :Q Winter Festival Queen Amy Lutz. X if fa, wr" Winter Festival Court, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jr. Attendant JoAnn Michael, Sr. Attendant Karen Besseiman, Queen Amy Lutz, Sr. Attendant Linda Bratina, Soph. Attendant Tami Meaney. I s T' 'FT lst ROW-Scott Raymont, Craig Hasegawa, Marty LaCava, Steve Basler, Jeff Szalay, Randy Turk, Chris Black, Bob Debevc 2nd ROW Scott Reminick, Ron Morosan, Tom Appleton, Jack Downer, Tom Bowens, Noel Brady, Tom Parr, Bob Summers. 3rd ROW Ed Delaney Mike Christopher, Jim Hunt, Shawn Kahl, John Ussai, Keith Weems, Jim Wright, Mark Gordon. Shawn Kahl, Co-Captain GROTESQUE ARABESQUE The Euclid wrestler is a unique breed of athlete. Like the panther he is quick, powerful, and agile. He must possess the skill to attack his opponent and have the endurance to force him into submission. The attributes of each individual wrestler when combined with those of his teammates create a team of superb strength and quality. Such a team is Euclid. 100 fe 3 H L 2, 'A it x"" 3 h px.. Marty LaCava, Co-Captain f 6 fig Q Ki' in-- l --lei .., .. . uv 6 S d 0 Q N K F W N 'N : x rf LITTLE FISHIES 0 'Vi 'M W 9 ...N il if M. . fff' i .-.- . EN as CQ 1, :xl 3 . 3 X 3. . S, I Q ?' A 'Q o 1'- Q- ,gf U'i' Vf3 4 .v' "' N ' " s f V I f f rl' ' 1 ef" x L 1 ll ,,,, 5, Y 'le- Q..' J, -, me Q5 9 We' ' ' 3 5 Tal I 'rf 4Jy!.a,,. ,,f.,, U 'x xx 1 iii X . bn -N'-Qi me-Q WG gmail v. ff! --.fl W"'- 'N A Q. -rj r X A Mx ir., Y i ,- :.: , -' 6 0 , rw 43, nk xy., K.- it PM f' I 1 J.V. Wrestling TOP ROW-Mark Gordon, Keith Weems, Jim Wright 2nd ROW-Jack Downer, Ron Morosan, Tom Bowens, Noel Brady, Tom Parr lst ROW-Bob Debevc, Craig Hasegawa, Chris Black, Steve Basler J.V. Swimming-David 0'TooIe, John Mullin, Matt D'Amico, Joe Connelly, Jeff Mavsar, Andreas Zitt- kowski, Frank Ciotti, Joe Bacchi 103 Varsity Swim Team, BOTTOM ROW: Alnis Cers, Monte Carlo, Bob Nozling, Scott Harmon, Mike Donley, Chuck Keay. ROW 2: Bill Mabel, Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, Ken Dorsch, Roger Miller, Scott Speroff. ROW 3: Joe Perpar, Doug Jones, Mike Glaser, Bart Cerer, Jack Shelden, Eric Darcy, ROW 4: Pat Grieshammer, Dave Coyne, Andy Rossmann, Terry Brennan, Curt Gasser, Eugene Jaskiewicz, Rick Horn. QE . 71 r 5, .r D I 6- .- R K i N V ,, --Q. bf' 'A'--1. Qc. .A 7 L-......,. "'F"CQ4 x 'Ti-A I TANKERS The Panther swimmers con- tinued their perennial domina- tion of area pools with yet an- other outstanding season this year. The team worked hard during many hours of practice so that when the time came, they were more than ready to demonstrate their very best aquatic skills. Determination and pride served to drive this year's swimmers through a long series of victories. Euclid has produced another fine team and added another season to be proud of its unparallelled record already. 104 r 'Je ri , W ,J x -T" ': ee l x X 1 X 1 ,L T Q m I ii- A AJ if. x' .1 ""' '-L. I ' 1 3' A k E , -1 v-I K ilu- N- ' A i i i. ' 1 !? kQ ,- L1 L. O 1 ,. '1"'S"" -My 4 4 3 p..nxunl' 'f'iA .- . V f riiiiix- - s mx I wi, .. ill! '-'unum"""'aanns""" .IJ Q qu 5 N ."'. Pr 1ll1nxnna44444g I W f.. r ' ' - v--'N-anngg-Q F ,." G :'- 3: ' 9 .I . L A 5 In 0' D ' ' .ef , A 'Kl: Q .,., V . 4' N lll"' fnihnnllllln. ifg ,.'lIi5 .:!iiiE,::a""'!"lll' mv 1 k 11 'Q .- -- H 1 1 -'N' W" W' M ,W N W Q ww: Q K , ,. -.v s,i X . Q X' if A5 U -, " A X L W -" , 4 Y I L wx K -if Q L U 'Q I ,. 15 K X "" V NX 5 o 'Q' gm-Hx-5: -'-' X N-gym-.N 1. , U A t 3? ' 9 l F-in i A -Q I 8 Q A I 'bc - x 5 M. ,,,,,Qv 4' -- 3' V I ? A 1 nun gg., ,, 71:1-0 . ,g Du. ag 105 DESIRE UEEIIEAIIIIN IIISEIPIINE IIEIEIIIIINAIIUN , A' 1 v S 'L Hockey Team, L TO R: CSEATEDy Mitch Zalar, Gene Lavally, Les MacLeod, Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Dave Carlson, Scott Wilson, John Williams, CSTANDINGJ Mike Thomas, Bill Holmes, Mike Chapman, Phil Campensa, Chuck Golden, Denny Dixon, Brian McCullough, Jeff Fiffik, Mike Krnc, Tony Vitolo, MISSING: Doug Koller. The 76-77 edition of the Panther hockey squad, coached by Alex Dzerowicz, provided thrills and spills en route to a successful year. Seniors, Captain Dave Carlson, Alternate Captain Les MacLeod, Scott Wilson, and Doug Koller provided experience for the young squad. Improving with every stride were Junior for- wards Gene Lavally and Mike Thomas along with de- fensemen Denny Dixon, Mike Chapman, and rookie goalie Mitch Zalar. Showing promise and holding the key to the future were Sophomore forwards Chuck Golden, Jeff Fiffik, Brian McCullough, Bill Holmes, Tony Vitolo, Mike Krnc, defensemen Phil Campensa, and another rookie goalie, John Williams. L -,Q vt'-"ff - i 5 I ,J 1 "Su W" 'GPX 2 ON YOUR MARK GET SET, GO! The Panther Indoor Track team enjoyed another suc- cessful season as they added to their 100-victory record in the Indoor Track's history. Seniors Dan Debevc in the hurdles, Mike Schudel in the sprints, Bob Gold in the dis- tance events, T.J. Anderson and Jim Drobnick in the high jump, and Tom Wandersleben in the weight events were all outstanding. A large number of underclassmen rounded out the team, again coached by Bob Ramlow. The team has gained enough experience to again remain a power- house in outdoor as well as indoor track. OPPOSITE PAGE: Jack Thomas pole-vaultingg Mike Schudel getting off the blocks as Jay Fondran looks on: Part of the team warming upg Jay Fondran handing off the baton to Larry lnsanag Larry Plavcan and Mike Schudel conferring with Coach Ramlow. THIS PAGE: Dan Debevc taking a hurdlep Mike Radabaugh handing off to relay teammate Bob Holloway: T.J. Anderson, Coach Ramlow, and Jay Fondran watching the action, Larry Plavcan taking a restg a group of team members practicing with the blocks. I Q f ' X 4 c H vs :QV :msg SSB, ,ggp,.:w. ' 4 I 4' Ou . . X-. L N 4 If 1- Y. Q - ' V' , . f ef- ,se an f ' 'F .ff -.-'Q:?TD' t 47 ,1 ,' -t lg ' f , ,QQf5A S, ' Q ' ' .iF2??A V Yi' T A " 7 e X f' - vu b A I - 1 . . ,ph gf' 5 . " - N "l1..1Zw. 5' f ' 'L' 1 g , , ' , , Q 9 Y 0 H L, I ' 2 .1 ' X ' X ' ' Q 37? . . , I I ., . A fx I y N I xxx 5 my 'U A -z. X, X 3,-f 1 4 fi 1' I tl K . -an MM ' 1 ' fax HOT SHOTS Varsity Basketball, BOTTOM ROW: Holly Mc- Clurg, Kathy Kosovich, Kathy Sands, Debbie Williams, Laurie Foreman, TOP ROW: Kathy Rossmann, Joanne Bokar, Sandi Stankiewicz Marilyn Zaletel, Coach Martin. J.V. Basketball, BOTTOM ROW: Chris Perry- man, Vicky Chapman, Joanne McCaskey, Cheri Strah, Jan Slejko. TOP ROW: Mrs. Fox, Cathleen Perryman, Muff Truskolaski, Mary D'Amico, Mary Holmes, Joanne Bokar, Barb Swansinger, Mgr. Paul Niedermeyer. The Girls' Basketball team enjoyed a successful season this year sparked by the dedication of the whole team, which was coached by Don Martin. The J.V.'s, coached by Audree Fox, also had a fantastic record and these girls will be an asset to Varsity in years to come. Trim' -' W -.-,T ' J I 6 L -ff' , X N A C . -1 -fi, V' J,,,..a--- g 111 .F all HM L4 E EUCLID OPPT. EUCLID OPPT. 2? I.. E VARSITY FOOTBALL VOLLEYBALL I Valley Forge 27 5edf0l'd 3'3 St. Joseph 0 15-15 Cleve. Hts. 15-6-15 West Tech 12 10-15-4g?525' . Brush 6-10 W. South 17 15-15 Q- K I K A' Mayfield 5-1 Bedford 21 15-15? " Q E. North 12-12 Brush 22 15-15 ' , ' Mentor 15-15 Mayfield 7 9-Eg N Maple l-ite, 8-3 ls. North 17 15-15'1 1 ,--eilyrsoulth 13-15-15 Mentor 21 15-5-13 ' e Glevewl-Its. 5 15-10-15 Maple Hts. 0 11-15-6 1" 1 " , xt J V Y H 5 WINS. LOSSBS I I 'Valley Forge- . V r - . L, ,, , r r, eph Qi-,Q D32 -,L 3-5 1 5- K . Bedford 15.15 V , ff ' II,- 1 A 12 9-0 Cleve. Hts. i , A' 15-15 1 -. -':V, Q 14 ,,,,b l'lQSh . 8-1 I 'A 6 7-6 ayfleld , , 1515 ." Z Bl-us .1"',. ' 28 o-6 X E. North 15-15 e - ' 1 6 11-o W entor , 15-15 'L - fi " be -W 28 7-15-15 I ple Hts. .+-519:15-13-1'2 4 Q '. ,--.. WW 21 4-15-15 sogth .,. q - Zzl Maple Hts. 14 ig "fh 3 5,5 '7" 't' '4'- VARSITY soccER a 3 .95 l Mayfield 2 1 ' 2 F 4 St' Joseph 6 5 . n l 634' I I Reserve 0 Collinwood 0 -2 ' E. North 3 4 tsy 1 glfuzzar 2 . ..,.. Z Collinwood 3 . ' - Orange 2:5321 qhb P R H Qq I it 1 ln-Lathaway Brown 2 E. North -3 N Y ayfleld - gi Y 5 X Solon 0 Mentor I" 0 0 Rock River 5 Brush . i 164 Brus: 1 Lake Cathollc Q. 5 Glen oaks 0 . J.v. SOCCER 1 r Hawken 44 il E- North 6 Wins, 6 Losses Brush "2 5 5 SE "'t ' 4 w. South 183 Memo' 3 125 kb gfgzzrd Shaker u 3 172 Mayfield 163 LBIKC cath0IIC 0 2 4 E- COIIIl1W00d 0 174 K Mentor 153 VARSITY HOCKEY 162 is MtP'eH'i- 174 ' 163 w. South mo Elyria 8 1 St. Joseph 6 If Bedford 162 Shaker 0 7 Cleve. Hts. 0 is Bruslf 170 Bay 4 0 South 20 l"MaY"e'd 159 , St- Ignatius 15 5 Normandy 2 183 E- Nom' 168 V Lakewood 6 10 Shaker o 172 ""e""" 159 I Kent 5 0 - Garfield 1 170 Maple Hts. 171 Padua 2 chal'd0n Cleve. Hts. 1 4 Kent 2 7th in GCC St. Joseph 3 4 South 13 '- 3 EUCLID OPPT. cRoss COUNTRY Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit W. South Bedford Brush 28 fWlf'l, Mayfield , E. North Mentor Maple Hts. 8 Wins, 1 Loss Conference Champions Sectional Champions 5th in District 13th in State J V BASKETBALL Solon Geneva Brush W. South E. North Bedford Maple Hts. Mentor U. Arlington Mayfield Brush E. North Maple Hts. Wickliffe Mentor Bedford Mayfield W. South VARSITY BASKETBALL Solon Geneva Brush W. South E. North Bedford ,Maple Hts. Mentor U. Arlington Mayfield Brush E. North Maple I-lts. Wickliffe Mentor Bedford W. South ' Mayfield Orange Solon EUCLID OPPT 49 64 91 95 94 129 115 89 65 118 119 56 64 65 92 99 117 11 89 103 90 111 109 117 34 36 15 18 25 27 15 14 6 23 37 43 44 36 31 43 34 39 23 16 9 41 VARSITY SWIM MING Berea Hawken University Cleve. Hts. Rocky River Brush Maple Hts. Fairview Cuyahoga Falls Bedford Midpark Mayfield 2nd in Bedford Relays J.V. SWIMMING Berea Hawken University Cleve. Hts. Rocky River Brush Maple Hts. Fairview Cuyahoga Falls Bedford Midpark Mayfield VARSITY WRESTLING Richmond Hts Chardon Mayfield Berea Bedford Brush W. South E. North Maple Hts. Mentor Wickliffe J.V. WRESTLING Richmond Hts Chardon Mayfield Berea Bedford Brush W. South E. North Maple Hts. Mentor Wickliffe x Nz 'X N gfkf .ov , iff 5 fff X v NWN ff Q gz- X57 ff AZ Z 14 I X. ,gm '3. X X x Y- , FN A X X ' Wy KSA , A if , l ,N 'wx if 53- v fi ' -A 'X jk-Wx f w .if -- , "fA ' . ' -f .. .' KJ F 'WX W . , -5 I I '11, ffmhj K' ' ?5'xP A f jf f ff' M" XV V I 1 X X , f , W Q i ff 4 A N up A f fl, I 11 xx A ,jul B 4 N 'YQ 'N ff fx X Y x L as ' r : i ,aff V - X X k x f " fl V ' 'Lx KJLAQ ,u ' MM , ff P1 1 1 f nl B ' i H, nm Xi V, y ev 1' X ,' - X . ! Wy ' o X J WA Y s -1-,, x ' - tl -' gyL. 'lb ,' xxx -1 3, l u - TQ' Q2 ' N VX ,f f X 1 F-, K Members of the Euclid Board of Education QSEATEDJ Mrs Diane Luikart Mr Paul R Totten President Mrs Shirley M Nurmi, Vice-President Dr Ernest A Husarik Superintendent QSTANDINGJ Mr Lowell B Davis Clerk Treasurer Dr William Dodds, Asst Superintendent Dr Robert Wightman Asst Superintendent Dr FrankS Houser Mr John Lewis Bus. Manager: Mr. Donald D Smith I 'Vi' rv 'X . Q-I W Sincere interest and concern characterized the Administration. The principals, who headed the administrative staff of Euclid High, acted as an executive branch in the running of the school. They extend- ed extra effort in order to main- tain contact with and to bring officialdom closer to the student body. The specific duties of Dr. Bergem included supervision of the guidance dept. and student affairs. Those of Mr. Johns were the management of the budget and building maintenance. Actual in- struction and curriculum affairs were tended to by Mrs. Smith. The members of the School Board ful- filled their duties as elected officials by making the final decisions re- garding important school matters. By helping the teachers and stu- dents with various problems, hav- ing the final power of okaying the school's activities and assuming definite positions on major issues of the school, these people served to consolidate everything that went on at Euclid High. llb -:-:"2'-9 fr X f"N fx MRS. RUTH SMITH, ASST. PRINCIPAL .1 ' - ...ASI IS x , X ,ry , ,- -Q as w-. X 7 1 1 ,I I4cQ,5,: 4, ff' va' z. ,nun-a::f5f-r-,--haf? X W .pf f 4 x ,F Q GX 0 I I -we 'i? I fx 'W' MR. FRED JOHNS, ASST. PRINCIPAL ""S. .fra jgv13,,::ziq- .yy . I . , . in . - 7 s:.yX D' z 'i 4.. 4 . . Q., -. Tw - 'Za 'JS' 5 J Iv 6 ,gig . Although deans and counselors are often associated with "yelIow slips" and detentions, their purpose is to help students solve problems and to give advice. They deal with students' personal problems and problems DIVISION A-F .Q 1 Eng., If Iflkathryn Frye asquale lib xhxs ' I- 1 -' 1' Vt' ,j "' , : K 4 7 I . 1I'2q:fif?"'i':'I' . , . al. f J. 51.-1 -1 p'g-1p,Q'-4x,1-.I.1'f,- .1235 Zi , ' - fy - : - i ' mf.: f -1-4: .-fgtirfej Agri. 3,5-v -- K- 'N - ' i ' : 'X' "..P5'? -.Z f'I1?'.i ' ' ' A- A - ,p.,k--rIX9:qi3'.,v4s . ,aff XL 4. 3 - r 1 " ":-- ai -'Habib-'+v ' Q4-t 1' " ' 'I , , ,. 37 ,-,,,,. Q 1. x DEANS AND with teachers, scheduling, and attendance. Valuable advice regarding career choice, colleges, and financial aid is also provided. Vocational coordinator Ben Sawyer plans such programs as the half-day. ad? DIVISION G-L X. ,, John fire git N I 5 ' N e X S ' ' X- r .X 'S I AJ xx l VF' M.R. Staines 4 f 'x if .. A ji Q . I f - Q . .vi- ,Q u lt. -"if: "rw- ,y v 1 . .c :, i I COUNSELORS schoolfhalf-day work with which many office education classes are associated. As career counselor, Robert Yocum introduces students to the value of the career office and its information on schools and career choices. DIVISION M-R Especially helpful to seniors art the Job Board and ses- sions with college representatives. Always willing to listen, the division offices and services link the educa- tional system to individual students. DIVISION S-Z William Medvick LY nk Trogna lf,-.X y-' F7 X s Q., y 4' - T1-"IH ' ' IQ ' 4 .-nYTTf1T1A.l?H A l"kl The English Department instilled the knowledge that enabled all students to obtain a well-rounded background in English. The courses included everything from fundamentals of grammar to presenting plays. The purpose of some of these courses was to improve each student's skill in speech, literature, and me- chanics of writing. A wide variety of courses were offered in order to please all students. Justin J. Antonini- University of Pittsburg B.A. in English, M. of Sec. Ed. Frank A. Aultz- Mount Union B.A., Kent State M. in Ed., Ohio State, Western Reserve University DePauw Jane Blabolil- Baldwin-Wallace B.A., Ohio State M.A. William Brown- Western Reserve University, University of Florida B.A., University of Illinois, Kent State University M.A. Judith Carmody- Notre Dame College A.B., Case Western Re- serve University Dorothy Cerny- Cleveland State University B.A. Norma D. Cowan- Miami University B.S., Wisconsin State Uni- versity M.S. Emelie B. Gale- DePaul University iChicagol B.A., Duquensne University QPittsburgJ M. in Ed. Robert Hall- The College of Steubenville A.B., Kent State University M. of Ed., Western Carolina, Creigh- ton University E.P.D.A. Sue Harris- Ohio Wesleyan University B.A., Ohio State University B.Sc. Gerald W. Henderson- Bowling Green University B.S. in Ed., M.E.D. Janis Jordan-Ohio University B.F.A. Jane Lellis- Westminster College fNew Wilmingtonj B.A., Kent State University M.Ed. Ken Lowe- Ohio University B.S. in Ed., Edinboro State College, Kent State University Karen McGill- Indiana University of Pennsylvania B.S., West Virginia University M.A., Kent State University, John Carroll University William McGuinness- Case Western Reserve University B.A., M.A. Frank Mularo- Ohlo University B.A. Robert J. Petrovic- John Carroll University B.A., M.A. Kathleen Rodigan- Notre Dame College B.A., John Carroll Uni- versity, Cleveland State University Mary Kay Skvasik- illeveianci 'State University, Ohio University ' Eru1IiEl'l ENGLISH .MJ , . A., A 'gs I, su- pt, f W-,.t'l'f 4' 4-4 ' egg mf' ,lim fffflf fflfflffffif s 4-N " "" . ' . Ss-1 'f 1 ,-19, f . ...-"M i i-lllii ifflilf iwl-2re1.il1.ii ini-fm if ' il 2 7 32 :iii 'i ll l I X " ,-. ,Q N "r - ' ' 37. be ' XL zfr -X ' 70 -.1 1 ,- I 6 Yu ,,,-.- lv' r is X -Q, IN MEIVIORIAIVI Students, faculty, and friends were sad- dened by the untimely death of Frank Aultz of the English Department on January 24, 1977. His devotion to his chosen profes- sion and his dedication to the many stu- dents he has taught over the past nineteen years at Euclid is a great loss to the school and community. Jeanne Sliter St. Mary's College llndianal, University of Notre Dame Granville Smith- Indiana State University B.S., Pennsylvania State University M.A. Barbara Spiga- Bowling Green State University B.S., Currently attending Kent State 1. LEFT TO RIGHT Norma Cowan, Jane Lellis, Jane Blabolil, Ken Lowe, Robert Hall, Barbara Spiga 2. Judith Carmody 3. Mary Kay Skvasik 4. LEFT TO RIGHT William McGuiness, Frank Mularo, Frank Aultz, Justin Antonini 5. Emelie Gale 6. William Brown 7. FRONT Dorothy Cerny, Karen McGill, Sue Harris, BACK Granville Smith, Janis Jordan, Robert Petrovic, Gerald Henderson WW Lf. ,xl E Mr nam I-laluska. Mr. Donald Rinkes, Mr. Adam Pawlowski, Student Mr. Richard Pokorny, Mr. Carl Clements M.. 0, '44 ., t 1'- .Q X, W-.L " ' Ka. 9 Mr. Paul Serra Mr. James Cliffel d 1 The Math Department offers a wide range of Math courses. Basic skills are available for everyone while college level courses are available to those who wish to pursue a career in Math. Team work and individual work combine to provide the student with the best possible learning techniques. Gene Brearton Western illinois University-B.A., Northern Illinois University, Murray State College, Ohio State University-M.S. Carl Clements Capital University-B.S., Western Reserve University-M.S., Ohio State University, Penn College, Drew University James F. Cliffel John Carroll University-B.S.S., Kent State University, Case School of Applied Science Margie Gorslene Western Kentucky Stat4+A.B., Dhio State University-M.S., University of Cincinnati Adam Pawlowski Ohio State University-B.S., Case Western Reserve University-M.A., Kent State Uni- versity, Akron University, Cleveland State University, Clarke College Richard Rackovan Millersville State College-B.S., High- land University-M.N.S., Cleveland State University Richard Rose Ohio State University-B.S., Case Western Reserve University-M.A., M.S. Donald D. Rinkes Muskingum College-B.S., Kent State Uni- versity, West Liberty State College, West Virginia University, Kent State University, Ohio State University, Indiana University, Case Western Reserve University, Penn Col- lege, University of Hawaii, Modern School of Photography Frederick F. Sallach Ohio University-B.S., John Carroll Uni- versity, Kent State University, Bowling Green University, Cleveland State University Paul Serra Kent State University-B.S. Margaret Uhry Notre Dame College-B.S., Cleveland State University, John Carroll University, Uni- versity of Wisconsin, Kent State University MATHEMATICS Jilin iss Margaret Uhry, Mrs. Mr. Richard Rackovan, Mr. Charles Reno, M ' 1" " is i' lj-1.-TT A ' R P ' I i V 1 n.m 4, V if . Q if 1 6 .Q ,F' C32 N ., 'X 1 , . -L l ,- iz. Margie Gorslen .' ' lf. Mr. Gene Brearton, Mr. Richard Rose, Mr. Fred Sallach, Mrs. Patricia Dunn 'I ,-1 , .. ,ix -ng 1 QD .422 'fl AC' .Q ' sf, fw- al . -f y -v.. f Q, . i . 1 'eq A We .G sf t, x KT' , KX, -4 . i ff Business Alvin M. Amster Case Western Reserve University-B.A., M.A. John Carroll University, Cleveland State Unlverslty. Charlotte Bensusan Boston University-B.S. Cleveland State Univ., John Carroll University, Ohio Dominican College. Marle Harshman West Virginia School of Technology-B.S. Maureen A. Huefner Cleveland State University-B.Bus. Admin., M. of Education Janice Ivansek Cleveland State University-B.B.A. Marc Manburg Ohio University-B.S., B.B.A., B.5.Ed. Edmund Mize Ohio State University, Kent State University, Ohio University-B.S. Kathleen Radigan Notre Dame College-B.A. John Carroll Univer- sity, Cleveland State University. Joseph V. Regano Ohio State University-B.S. Cleveland State University-M.E. Sandra L. Regano Kent State University-B.S. Greg Sattler Ohio University-B.S.ED. Ronald Seymour Defiance College-B.S. Ohio University-M.E. Ralph Slbert Fenn College-B.S. Kent State University- B.S.S. Case Western Reserve University-M.A. Eleanor Wiegand Berea iKentuckyi College-B.A.Econ. Kent State University-M. Bus. Ed. Workshops: Ryder College, Colorado State University, Western Reserve Univ. Carol L. Williams Villa Maria CoIlegi+B.S. Indiana University of Pennsylvania-M.S. 1. Sandra Regano, Charlotte Bensusan, 2nd ROW: Joe Regano, Alvin Amster, Marc Manburg. 2. Ron Seymour. 3. Edmund Mize. 4. "Pantyhose and footbaII!" 5. "l only made 38 mistakes this time!" 6. Marie Harshman. 7. Greg Sattler. 8. Kathleen Radigan, Maureen Huefner, Eleanor Wiegand, Carol Williams, Janice Ivansek. IN- SERTED PHOTO: Ralph Sibert. 125 Phase courses in the Science Department add many new fields of interest to the student interested in science. For those students who are interested in delving deeper into the wonders of science, honors courses are available. Whatever the science student is looking for, he is sure to find it offered in the Science Department. Ronald Backos California State College-B.S. in Education Kent State University-M. in Education St. Johns University Western Reserve University of California at Berkeley John Barcza Cuyahoga Community College-Associate of Arts Case Western Reserve University-B.A., M.A. Stanford Bender Bowling Green State University-B.S. in Edu- cation John Carroll University-M.A. L. Dale Davison Michigan State University Ohio University- B.S. in Education Ohio State University-M. in Education Graduate work-Purdue John Carroll Akron University Daniel Francetic Duquesne University-B. in Education Case- Western Reserve-M.A. Sheldon Freedman Science, Chairmang City College of New York, B.S., M.A.g Case Western Reserve Uni., M. S.:g Honors Program Coordinator Thomas Halbedel Miami University-B.S. in Education Cleveland State Kent State Marilyn Lucas Lake Erie College-A.B. Case Western Reserve M.S. in Chemistry Graduate work-Case Western Reserve University University of Mary- land Ohio State University Nancy Motz University of Michigan-B.S., M.A. Allegheny College University of California Yale Univer- sity American University Joseph Muscarella Bowling Green State University-B.S. Cleve- land State University-M.S. Charles Reno Edinboro State College iPennsylvaniaJ-B.S. Harvard University-Master's in Education University of Minnesota Frank Soltesz Case-Western Reserve University Cleveland State College John Carroll University B.S., M.A.T. William Starr Indiana University of Pennsylvania-B.S. Ohio State University Pennsylvania State Univer- sity-M. in Education Donald Steinbrink Ohio State University-B.S. in Agriculture, B.S. in Education Kent State University Cleveland State University Morehead State iKentuckyJ John Stocks Evangel College fMissouriJ-LB.S. Case-Western Reserve University-M.A. in Education Post- graduate studies-Cleveland State University Mrs. Dorothy Tombaugh Alfred University-B,S. Rochester General Hos- pital-M.T.QA.S.C.P.i Miami University Siena Heights College-M.A. William Von Benken Hiram College-B.A. in Chemistry Case-Western Reserve University-M.S. in Chemistry 1 Mr. Barcza Mr. Von Benken Mr. Bender 2 Mr. Freedman 3 Mr. Muscarella 4 Mr. Francetic Mr. Davison Mr. Starr Mrs. Lucas 5 Mr. Backos 6 Mr. Reno lin SCIENCE v cl Mn 5. M-iv-A A v . ewi . l 4. Qu' ' OXIDHEEI-11EDUCfl0N nur-mcrlons IN Aourous sownon 4-Efmlffv.. kiwi 4jj9:'?'-fu" 4!E T ::1:::: : +11-::::r :gauze - Q ,'?f?i?,1. U, .u' 3.00 7H0'S0g zwso. .411 -0.17 1 nm, : 4 nu' 1.91 Q., , 1, + c., - 0.14 E Irv- +l 7-91 1011 zwyogfuo -0.41 1 I-11' 2 + Cui' 1-U Il Zz +15 -0.541 1. 11:4 1-1: 10 1- I 1 . 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Those needs of those students who are planning a career in home economics and related fields are also provided. Brenda Barker Miami University-B.S. in Applied Science Joyce Clark Bowling Green State University-B.S. in Education Elaine Lokar University of Winsconsin Ohio State Univer- sity-B.S. John Carroll University, New York University, Kent State University Patricia Murrish California State University at Los Angeles and San Josn+B.A. Graduate work-California State University at Los Angeles Vinita 0'DonnelI Marshall University-B.A., M.A. Kent State University, John Carroll University Bonnie R. Price Miami University-B.S. in Education. Working on Master's in Education at Cleveland State 1. Home Arts teachers-SITTING: Elaine Lokar, Brenda Barker, Vinita 0'DonneII. STANDING: Bonnie Price, Pat Murrish. BE- LOW-Joyce Clarke. 2. "No, this is not a dirty book!" 128 HOME ECONOMICS Both girls and guys now find an opportunity to study the many courses available in in- dustrial education. The courses taught in the Industrial Education Department cover almost any subject a student wishes to take, from auto-body to printing. The industrial educa- tion classes provide the student with practi- cal, as well as mental, experience. The many industrial education shops throughout the school make it easy to obtain the skills neces- sary to continue in a chosen field of work. Ronald Chambers Kent State University, B.S.p M.A.g University of California: Yale University: American University Aloysius Galicki Ohio University-B.S. in Education, Kent State University-M.E., Kodak Photography School, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, Cleveland Printing Institute John Germock California State College-B.S., University of Pittsburgh, University of Connecticut James Goebel Kent State University-B.A. in Vocational Education Tom Hoffart John Carroll University-B.S.S., Kent State University-M.S. in Education Richard Hungerford Oberlin College, Hiram College-B.A., Kent State--B.S. and M.S. in Education Embert Martin Iowa State University-B.S. Kent State Uni- versity-M. in Education Ray Montani Attending Kent State University for B.S. Herbert Nold Ohio University-B.S. Bowling Green State University-M.E. Kent State University Frank Passarella Miami University-B.S., Kent State University John Supance Ohio University-B.S. Stevens Point College Kent State University-M.E. 1. Mr. Passarella shows the kids how to do the "Boomerang." 2. Industrial Arts teachers-Richard Hunger- ford, John Germock, John Supance, Herb Nold, Ray Montani, James Goebel, Embert Martin, AI Galicki, Fred Vollman, Ronald Chambers. MISSlNG: John Eichhorn, Tom Hoffart. 129 Roger Brown Kent State University-B.S., Edinboro State College-M.Ed. William L. DeMora Ohio State University-B.S., Kent State Uni- versity-M.Ed., Graduate Work: Ohio State University, Indiana University, Claremont Graduate School, Cleveland State University, Martha Jenning-Grant in Govt. Nathaniel H. Dickinson Kent State University-B.S.,M.Ed., Ohio State University, University of Montana, Cleveland State University Forrest H. Diehl George Washington Univeristy, Hiram Col- lege-B.A., Kent State Unviersity-M.Ed., Ad- vanced Graduate Work: University of Colorado, Claremont University Graduate College, Kent State University, Oklahoma State University, State University New York-Potsdam, Ministry of Technology IEngIandj Alex Dzerowicz University of Akron-B.A. Jim Englehart Bowling Green State University, John Carroll University Jeff Hartmann Marietta College-B.A. Robert Heramb Indiana State University-B.A., M.S., John Carroll University, Cleveland State University Frank Hoffert Case Western Reserve University-A.B.,M.A., Institute of Rome of the Society of Dante Alighieri, Williams College, Cleveland State University, John Carroll University Mary Jagger Ursuline College, John Carroll University, University of Beirut, Cleveland State University James Kelly Xavier University-B.S., Ohio State Univer- sity-M.Ed. John Carroll University Earl McNeiIIy Kent State University-B.S.,M.Ed., Case Western Reserve University-M.A.,Ph.D. Ronald Powaski John Carroll Univeristy-B.S.,M.A., Case Western Reserve University-Ph.D. Michael Raicevich Wilmington College, Ohio State University- B.S. ln Ed., M. in Ed. David Schonauer Ohio University-B.S. Wayne Smith Muskingum College-B.A., John Carroll Uni- versity, Boston College, Cleveland State University Leonard Welsenberg University of Missouri-B.A., John Carroll University-M.A., Case Western Reserve Uni- versity, American University, Arizona State Univeristy SOCIAL STUDIES 5 t ff? , I and S F 0' X ' fs l .e i' 'ti A -- V - f 'Hx Students are able to study government, sociology, psychology, history, economics and humanities to enable them to better understand the modern world. Students are able to function as informed citizens through their classes in the Social Studies Department. A wide variety of phase courses are available to the student so that he can study the areas of social studies which most interests him. I. Mrs. Mary Jagger 2. Mrs. Zak, Mr. Hively's substitute. 3. "And if elected . . ." 4. "And that ten will buy an 'A'."' 5. Student teacher, Miss 0'DonneII. fl T0 RD: Leonard Welsenberg, Alex Dzerowlcz, lell Hartman, Frank Holfert, Nathaniel Dlclunson, Roger Brown, Earl McNeilly, llm Englehart, Robert Heramb, Dave Schonauer, Ronald Powaskr, Forrest Diehl, lim Kelley. i HK - 131 Students are able to select those courses that they want of the offered courses in Physical Education. Seniors now have the option of choosing co-ed gym classes. The Physical Education Department has a diverse program including physical education and mental health. Marcia Brown Ashland College-B.S. Patricia Buck Otterbein College-B.A., Bowling Green, Uni- versity of Oslo QNorwayl, Case Western Re- serve University-M.A. Arlene Carter Bowling Green State University, Trinity Uni- versity, Case Western Reserve University, Miami University-B.S.,M.A. Audree Fox Bowling Green, John Carroll University Veronica Stadler Ohio State University-B.S.Ed. Robert Addis Kent State University-B.S., M.S. Harold "Doc" Daugherty Ohio State University-B.A., M.S. Donald Mohr Baldwin Wallace College-B.A. Case Western Reserve University-M.A. Bowling Green State University Robert R. Ramlow Bowling Green State University-B.S., M.S. Akron University, Cleveland State University Victor Resch Miami State University-B.S. Joseph Rodriguez Ohio University - B.S., Cleveland State University 1. Girls' Phys. Ed. teachers-Veronica Stadler, Audrey Fox, Marcia Brown, Patricia Buck, Arlene Carter. 2. "My crystal ball says that I better hurry." 3. "Then l told the guy to get lost or . . ." 4. "Mike, you have to be very careful with girls-look what happened to me!" 5. Boys' Phys. Ed. teachers-Bob Ramlow, Vic Resch, Doc Daugherty, Don Mohr, Bob Addis. SEATED: Joe Rodriguez. PHYSICAL EDUCATION is X Sz. a, .X .3 .5 , is .- ngwn ' . .11 ,, M, ff -l'i1fEa' Art and music affect everyone's life. Students who take art in a formal, structured course get to develop new ways to express their feelings and ideas and consequently, come to share these talents with the entire student body through exhibits, fres- coes, and demonstrations. Those stu- dents who play in the band or orches- tra and sing in the choruses perfect their talents and participate in school musicals and community concerts. Thus, music and art communicate special and different meanings to each individual. Sam W. Taylor U4 , A 6 I 1 ' Theresa Ahern and Robert Hutson Richard Patton Theresa Ahern Cleveland State University- B.A. Richard Patton University of Tennessee, Kent State University Fred Vollman Case Western Reserve Univer- sity-B.S. in Ed. Cleveland In- stitute of Art, Kent State University Diane Wiersba School of Art Institute of Chica- go-B.A.E. Indiana University- M.A.T. Robert Hutson Ohio State-B.S., M.A. Case Western Reserve Arthur Sydow Baldwin Wallace-B.S.M. Uni- versity of Michigan-M.M. Kent State University Saw W. Taylor High Point College-B.S. North- western University-M.M. 135 The application step of education is its most important aspect. After learning theideasandrnethods,thestudentcan appw thenrthrough the Occupahonm Educahon Deparhnent of EucHd lhgh. Students are placed in real life work stiuation, where knowledge and skills are sharpened. William Attamante University of Cincinnati, Ohio University- B.S.Ed. Azusa Pacific, Garfield Senior Col- lege, Notre Dame College, Cleveland State University. Frank F. Fowler Ohio State University-B.S.Agric., B.S.Ed. Bowling Green University, Ohio University. Joyce Haffer Kent State University-B.S.Ed. fEIementary and Special Ed.l, working towards Master's in learning disabilities. 1. Occupational Ed. teachers-Frank Fowler, Joyce Haffer, Bill Attamante. 2. Mr. Fowler patiently re-explains the lesson. 156 Occupational Education l"iF B The Foreign Language Department offers three languages to its students: German, Spanish, and French. Besides mastering the grammar and vocabu- Iary of a language, students are exposed to the cultural aspects of the native countries. Literature, film- strips, movies, and tapes prepare students for future use, especially in travel abroad. Special trips are planned to countries in Europe. The well-equipped language laboratory of- fers opportunity for the practice of listening and speaking, and it ranks among the best in the area. This is also true of the Foreign Language Department. Donna L. Baumeister Miami University-A.B., Univ. of Colorado, Ohio State University-M.A., University of Munich, Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace College, Goethe Institute iFulbright Programl, NDEA Foreign Language Institute of Princeton University. Michael K. Burns Items Monterrey lMex.j, Captial University- B.A.Ed. Ohio State University-M.A., Cleveland State Univ. M.K. Zimmerman-Schultz Moravian College for Women-B.A., Columbia Univ.-M.A. Judith Simonich Grove City College-B.A., Case Western Reserve Univ.-M.A. Jeanne Sliter St. Mary's College Undianaj, Univ. of Notre Dame. 3. Michael Burns QSpan.J, Donna Baumeister lGer.J, Jeanne Sliter QGer.J, Judith Simonich fSpan.l. 4. "How do you say 'boring' in . . . ?" 5. M.K. Zimmerman-Schultz 737 2 i The secretaries, librarians, an cafeteria workers combined to hel keep the Euclid Senior High Scho operating efficiently. The secreta ies helped the deans and counselo by typing, answering phones, an keeping the files in order. The l brians kept the library open fro 7:45 to 4:00 daily, supplied eve one with reference books and m terials, and kept the media cente open during school hours. Th cafeteria workers served a wid variety of delicious foods rangin from tacos to yogurt. All of thes people kept things running smooth ly for the students. 1. Cafeteria Workers-BOTTOM ROW: M Brooks, C. McDonough, S. Taylor, R. Haines A. Tahon, M. Kopach, L. Brow, E. Zimmer man. 2nd ROW: J. Skolaris M. Markovich R. Chabrand, M. Tanski, P. Turk, F. Tavenier S. Drobnick, C. Coulter. 3rd ROW: L. Glavac C. Wirsing, B. Apanaswicz, W. Modic, M Somrak, E. Doblekar, C. Kuzmic, H. Chud zik, M. Kolesar, M. Urgeleit, A. Schepke, L Meyer, C. Gervasi. 2. June Edwardsen 3. Polly McRedmond 4. Rosemarie Tonn 5. Mrs. J. Paul 6. Office Secretaries-CSEATEDJ Gail Licke Marie 0'Neill, Mrs. Stern. CSTANDING Elizabeth Luikart, Jane Boyer, Louisa Be sire, Anna Herrick, Dorothy Stross, Lucill Terlep. 7. "This book was due seven years ago! 8. Librarians-CSEATEDQ Margaret Burns Margaret Lucas, CSTANDINGQ Susan Over berger, Janet Butler, Merry Dolter, Diane Reider. J Edith Mueller was born in Chi cago on April 6, 1908. She worked in the Euclid Senior High School library nearly twenty years as library assistant, and was in charge of circulation and fines. She en joyed bridge and decoupage and was active in the Church of thel Epiphany. Edith left two daughtersil and four grandchildren in I 2 Q- .JL CT-J .. ff fw my f' Have you ever wondered exactly who it is that takes care of Euclid's media equipment or who administers first aid to such things as blisters caused by new shoes or who cashes all the checks made out to "EucIid Sr. High"? And who is it that "polices" the halls, johns, cafeterias, and most study halls? The seven people pictured on this page-that's who! Kurt Ban- ford, besides keeping classrooms supplied with pro- jectors, tape recorders, record players and other audio visual aids, also directs the AV boys and takes care of all the video-taping at EHS. Grace Civic and Regina Fellman nurse everything from broken nails to broken bones and conduct the physical examination programs. Treasurer, Mrs. Barry manages the book- keeping system and sells bus tickets. All club treas- uries are filed with her office. In addition, there are the four paraprofessionals who perform varied duties such as keeping the halls, cafeteria, and E-room in order. This is a big job for just four persons, but with the help and cooperation of most of EucIid's student body and staff, they get the job done. Though they do not teach classes, these seven people are instru- mental to the educational system. 1. Media technician Kurt Banford 2. Nurses Grace Civic and Regina Fellman 3. Treasurer Mrs. Barry Paraprofessionals: 4. Jeanette Katz 5. Louis Recher 6. Ethel Barbish 7. Thelma Imm bw. CHNICIAN PARAPROFESSIONALS QBELOWMMEDIA TE 140 .l - it .1 1 41-1 .Cu ummxt --ef' 'E' l 'li' ,3-2 rid ,' -lr I-.2 WJ f s 1 -:Q i L Rv 'x gk ? M! X URSESISCHOOL TREASURER . IF 'QS ff 141 LM DERC,LA5Z 25 -- .. ff ., G 6 ,ix fl 'l .8 4' is-mf JUNIORS The class of '78 had been through a confusing year. They could no longer use the excuse, "We're still sophomores," to cover up mistakes, yet they also did not yet belong to the elite, looked-up-to society known as seniors. They were a little braver during the Battlecry, but still saved "that little extra" for senior year. By now most have adjusted to the Sr. High and with excitement of Christmas decorating, class rings, spaghetti dinner, and junior prom already goneg they finally have senior year to look forward to. On the last day of school, as juniors have their rings turned by departing seniors, they become official "seniors." Good luck-may your senior year be as great as '77! isa H A if 5 R, t ft-'U--1 GSK "The answer to number three is 'lx X i7 'Nl' 417.- p 1 "We're the girl's chemistry Glee Club! .J Charlle Kapek studles dnlllgently nn the Ilbrary 2 , 5 "It's a new rellglous cult that meets In the halls! J J , ,pf. .X gi f .LRY U ' lr if SL ? - 'iii i I 971 io-- .- y l af we L53-iZs.'-I, sb A' f-75-' lx, K . I r' fr- V Af -, ,rl R -"" How do you like my new haircut?" 1 n ,A. A? -' 9 V -Y fr. 3 it fl Ax ig A i I i , vL,c ne LA W 5. -- ti ,i it r A i 1 xr Q .,.. 5 si 5 . fmxx xi- , , ' ,Mal v- ,Q Y, ,I W E-,ji A L: A A A A x M x I ' Rf' ' , --, "-N l F i -Ei . H sc. .f. Q ' ' '::'-- f A , fi A 1 , A 5. Q, s' A . 1' s f -. , N ' A X ,. f 1- -- 3' ll. 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Nemecek, Nancy Nozing, Robert Nacinovich, Diane Nagle, Steve Nass, Richard Neal, Sheila Neff, lhctoria Neide, Gary Neunann, lanice liccurn, Laurel licholls, Brian lickels, lanel Iiedermeyer, Paul liemczura, Ron Nykiel, Steven Oheraitis, Angie Offerle, lohn Ogden, Laura Oh, ki Sm Olgiate, Mary r r -1' L , V 1 N A ri f f 1 l N 6 f 1 - , I A x x. . f 3' ' ' I 0-Q Q -,fr as ' , L .rr ' - ' 1,-J,rr.,g , . 1' L 4 3 A lx fig - X, l is x ' 1 "" ,J "' ,i N - 'J' AL,,f" L- 55 A - - An-F,-!,f 13' Y 1 , ' l 1 J . gi 1 l fxlfsmnl- ' J J IT 73? - h.Ck' V , sr f lwiil . Ar ' ' f , .ix tl I Q - .., . "We're just digging an escape tunnel." P 1, 1 , ' 9 so M W .4 - ' 4 1? R P ,ew , , . ' L wr f pij X is P r XP' Fixx ' , P 5 T' in ,L .7 K.-A .X 3 EX, 4 x. r A .hh 'fa , JEL 5- J. ' Y f V L ,f --l , ,, N x 3 " 1 L . A Y x 5 1 A X . 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Pal 'l0n, Sally Overberger, Ed Paolucci, Patricia Pavlovic, Helen Penicka, Eric Pelrith. Debbie Pl3I1iSBll, l0hl'l PFBZDOVSKYY Dallld RGEBMS, Karen rren, Richard 1 Owen, lim Paonsha, Toni Pawski, Herb Penlro, Chuck Pelritk. Gl0fi2 Pvdrilrlik, lim Pf2Sl0l1. Karen R2iC0ViCh. loe Oslberg, Dan Penko, Bah Petsanis, Lisa Polrlar, Dave Prileson, Sharon Ramona, Brian Perkn, Tony Pelti, Candi Pollock, Lori Pritchard, Cindy Randolph, Corrine Perme, Philip Perpar, loseph Phillippe, George Phillips, Liana Poulos, Carolyn Powell, Chris Pryalel, Nancy Pullin, Blaine Rapkin, Chuck Raslr, Tim -re V., 1 1 1: S, , A K X X, f' , ,Nm X ,' . A 'S W5 " 'S gr' r 4 ! I - 1 1 v .J 4 ' " . if-D , R Iii s 9 'D I ' I 1-'S K ri I I X Niki, X, 0 1. W 1 l r 59 '95 L X S - X 5, I am. 1 nh Q. ' x Rebeck, Diane Redman, Patti Reid, Sandy Remnick, Steve Richards, lohn Roberts, Nancy x 'iw -1-vi S - -gA.4Ii Harth, Dave Roeder, lim Rolilm, AI Rossman, lames Rotondo, Tom Roundtree, Wendell 31 swf ' 1- e " NC rv? 'S' K .4 S .1 , 1 K Y! ' T Q . Rowan, DeSaIes Russel, Lori Ryder, Ron Sabol, Gina Sadowski, Debi Saletrik, Gary Salvatore, Ronald Sample, Lynn Samuel, Susan Santorelli, Constance Sapatka, Sharon Sawyer, Beth A N ii gg' :,mt.e::m:'L. N4 Us fi x Schall, lanice Scheer, lulie Scherbarth, Laura Scherharth, Marc Schimpl, lan N ' Aw i ' ' ' A' 'X 'wi 'A ' sc"""is"' 'U' The tree of knowledge flourishes at Euclid High. F-si YVVV V it Kwai 'S ' t fa LQQKAS IS - Schmidt, Carolyn Schneider, Roy Schleimer, Karen Schullr, Celia , A, Schultz, Karen Schultz, Diane Schulte, Betsy Schwenner, Donna --as--s x . "wig n 5 ,- e Q' L- 4- 5 ' 'S sf i to .4 , g 1- - f a X W 1 a - ' ,g G - ff X XR au P li' , X , V iff- 4' U - ' A ' l s r , r E x U -r 1 A i xf Q ' -5, , , 'Q , so :: r -- ,.,, 'Y' ff , C au- , ' K 'S' 1. " it S l f - ' ff? AGM 5 'Fc ' 46' f T . X a . ' ' . - e . l.. A ' . i 'I , - ' 1 v 'X PM l its? S . X 'T Sf S S. 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A V' i nott, Donna Shanks, Debbie Sieterd, Harold Simpson, Greg Smith, Deanna Soeder, Al Springborn, Sandra Stearns, Tom Stragisher, lulie eale, Tim Shantery, Chris Sietkes, Carol Singer, Louis Smith, Gary Soeder, Vic Stalker, Sally Stephens, Elizabeth Strah, Nick elwyn, Amy Sherman, Tim Sierko, Ray Skur, Bernie Smith, Tom Somrak, linda Stanic, Scott Stephens, Greg Strnad, Dennis etnik, Philip Shipley, lay Silord, Anna Slabe, Ron Smrdel, Terri Speece, Bryan Stanicki, lim Stephens, Kathy Stroberg, Donna everino, leanne Shunk, Adam Simkins, Pamela Smiddy, Dewayne Snyder, lollnn Sper, Louise Staskunas, Ray Stevko, Karen Strunk, Kim exton, Dave Sidak, Sally Simko, Tom Smith, Curtis Snyder, Kim Speroft, Scott Staso, Chris Stipkovich, Mark Stuber. Dave :yi XX ,g Y ' G , W 0 P ' 'N Wir W --t ff 'N X . K A aw , ig - 1 K K V 1 V N Q ' ' x ., K x ' ' , .1 3 h X '25, ' X :A - 1 ' if . ' - f ' , s ' S -. 'Q ,' K s . 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Genute Varwig, Lawrence Wdal, Cindy Washbon, David Mliams, Lisa Uhas, Gary Vallee, Sandra Vaughan, Ken Wsage, Patricia Wasickanin, Carl Wilson, Mike Unetich, Chris Van Beneden, Tina Veedmont, William Wtantonio, Tom Weakland, Vicki Wison, Patti Urbancic, Alan Vernon, lay Vickerman, Brian Vandeverr, Daniel Ventura, Denise Voss, lulie Wagner, Curtis Wanchisn, Greg Weems, Myron Weiss, Douglas Whaling, Chris Wilkinson, Ed Williams, Debbie Mlson, Scott Wolowiecki, Denis Woodruff, Dawn Workman, Kim Wright, lim , 21 J' Till PM J - - 4 "G,-f..-.mmf ,on-. if ...f.,.- ., , .... .gn 1 Nui' N4 1 pf .z- .1-+ --rf' 5' il Wyllllll 0 A .. y 5' Y . .N QQ 9 'I' J 4 ' 1, of ' if 4 .ll 5 , ' E'- 'K A utchiell, Lynne Yaggie, Cindy ulchiell, Thomas Yananek, Tum nzak. Kelly Yeckley, Dave J -f 4. M .iw Q fi f Vount, ludy Zalar, Tony Z2W0i0k, TEH! Zelinsky, Mary Zerby, Dennis Yuras, John Zalar, Mitchel Zefllulith, lell Yurchek, Helen Zappia, Ken Zl'lidalSic, Pam Zurkis, Iohn Zupancic, Allen Zupanovic, Goranka A 4, gl .M 5 1 .5 E289 FN vs N-N, 5 ' 1- ELQ ' R5 3 ll xi 1 Zuponcic, Sleve Zurilla. Mike Young, lanel . XB f gli 9 - N ,ff-5 f Av.. 'W vp.. - wx Ago -W ,-1 ' - :P-EFQQ5 'W N1- SOPHO ORES The faces of the Sophomores were seen daily in the halls of Euclid High School. They represented the new spirit of our school. The Sophomore enthusiasm made the school a more cheerful place. They entered the building in September of 1976 and have, by now, mastered the feat of rushing from class to class. To them the school was a melting pot where junior high rivalries were over- come and life long friends made. The uncertainty of their futures offers them a challenge that builds and molds them into a ready group of adventurers, prepared to undertake the trials and tribulations of modern society. Good luck to the sophomores in their future here at Euclid and beyond. 1 I 112 Mr. Hall, 1 Period: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO Rl: Terri Baitt, Neal Neitzel, Debra Thomas, Gary Rall, Kathy Stamberger, ROW 2: Mike Burrington, Patricia Gibson, Kelli Langdon, Joe Bacchi, Monica Mews, Wayne Cal- lis, Charles Simpson, Patrick Parker, Diane Horton, ROW 3: Kurt Pluta, John Brady, Dan Lytle, Tom Deemer, Mike Sansbury, Tom Fulton, Bill Holmes, Larry Kern. NOT PICTURED: Mike Cutwright, Meg D'Anna and John Kent. Q W -l g Miss Spiga, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO Rl: Laura Dalton, Bill Lyle, Rich Pappas, Chris Roper. ROW 2: Don Koller, Monica Cefaratti, Joe Connelly. ROW 3: Barb Aquiiand, Linda Waters, Paul McFadden, Greg Chiudioni, Bob Holloway, Roger Snyder, Cathy Suschak, Linda Misch, Sharon Shamleffer, Jeannette Geddes, Tony Wisniewski. NOT PICTU RED: Tom Tutolo, Todd Caldwell. ma.: HH- Mr. Mularo, 1 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: Chuck Golden, Chris Mul- lins, Annette Campbell, Chris Perryman, Nancy Gondeau, Mary Znidar- sic, Linda Pierolo, Pam Urquhart. ROW 2: Tim Lonehar, Mitch Stefanac, Rick Snyder, Lisa Siburt, Noreen Walters, Jill Fette, Bonnie Markiewicz. ROW 3: Anorea Gerl, Linda Munnings, Kathy Rose, Donna Borthwick, Elise Delambo, Joanne Nachtigal, Ginny Frederking, Susan Jarmusz- kiewicz. ROW 4: Greg Amoroso, Dave Bielek, Mike Bruening, Tom Brown, Andy Rossman, Len Edelman, Kevin Halberg. "We LOVE study halls!!!!!" , .aghn 4 V r if lp, , Z . ':"?0'B7"',,. . 'Eta "3 f -4- fj N. ,-ulnb ,. L. Mr. Hall, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: Patty Manion, Angela Belcastro, John Botirius, Mark Malanly, ROW 2: Patty West, Betty Faragov. ROW 31 Sue Piscopa, Jackie Scott, Jan Gilbert.ROW 4: Lincoln Davidson, John Gilroy, Darren McGill. ROW 5: Mark Tam- illo. John Budnar, Dave Seidel, Bonnie Ebersbacher, Lee Panter, -Mary Rezonja, ROW 6: Ed Shaner, Jeff Fiffik, Tim Kirker, Bob Britz, NOT PICTURED: Frank Kovac, Greg Nauth, Kim Sekulich, and Goldie Suttle. Miss Lellis, 2 Period: BOTTOM ROW: CL TO Rl: Mark Tiborsky, Mike Hone, Candy Kavon, Elaine Ayers, Mike Kulbickas, Jeff Lu. ROW 2: George Wright, Dave Thomas, Mary Zaletel, Doris Wendel, Claudia McChaney, Sue Bibler, Jackie Mason, Cathy Santa, Donna Miller. ROW 3: Dale Shamleffer, Jan Stanek, Jim Millar, Vincent Melfi, Craig Berkey, Bill Nelson, Alnis Cers. -M T 7 E M , 3 - - T . r sl f y W V T Six 4 KJ' 'i L K VJ. I' :V . t L4 'N U-J, .- l 1' ' wk 5. ' I 1n,, - ,gi:,n,, i ful Mr. Aultz, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO Rb: Kathy Timmins, Nanette DiTomaso, Bob Petche, Mary Thompson, Kelly Sheehan, Jeannette Sparks, ROW 2: Don Romoser, Dave Ramona, John Matuszak, Rol- land Standish, Christine Tice, ROW 3: Delores Paparizos, Bob Blev- ins, Dave Weiss, Ray Dillon, Dave Pysell, Kathy Lemmon, Karen Gara- pic, Gary Mason, Jan Udovich, Debra Lewin. NOT PICTUREDi George Demyanchik. 165 Mr. Hall, 4 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: James Warder, Patty Nemec, Bob Elze, Veronica Erp. ROW 2 Sue Sudar, Marge Zurc, Jenny Wylie, Lisa Schieman, Cathy Perryman, Ray Naro. ROW 3: Mary Beth Zuponcic, Tina Schembre, Karen Walters, Vickie Chapman, Nancy Bregitzer, Jenny Boros, Dale Frey. NOT PICTURED: Terry Isaac. ' u fig? W Mr. Hall, 5 Period: BOTTOM ROW, TL TO R1 Ellen Kast, Kay Isbestor, Connie Walsh, Sharon Bolsar, Joan Potocnik, Sue Voss, Jeff Santon. ROW 2 Marie Ciomek, Karen Crilley, Jo Dorado, Liz Conway, Pam Roeder, Sharon Solnosky, Cindy Rojeck, Colleen Kernz, Karen Rossi, ROW 3 Tina Danzinger, Gary Struna, Sandy Burris, .loe Aveni, Louis Caresani, Don King, Sandy Kovacs, Nancy Umek. NOT DTFTURED Patrick Young, Joy Polly, Kevin Kaifesh. i lx if f' 'N rv VN xx' 41 Q .L lk '?N!S:'E.l, n ,A .u 1' :li 'l!fF'G Mrs. Cerny, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO Ry Bill Bildstein, Bernie DiSanto, Jim Rapinz. ROW 2: Mark Warman, Regina Jones, Nick Massiello, Lora Hayman, Andy Ogrinc. ROW 3' Jason Bailey, Dennis Sedlak, Mary Schneider, Katie Kirchner. ROW 4: Dave Carbone. NOT PICTURED: Dawn Mulholland, Jeff Szolek, Nancy Taulien, Mary Yount. fffff C ' ., l 'ff9W?4' f X 5 . E I M E l 2 l li 4 II Ill Mrs. Gale, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW QL TO Ry: Tony Corbran, Mike Krnc, Kathy Albanese, Gloria Becay, Viola Pietrantozzi, Tina Luda, Phyllis Miller. ROW 2: Charles Ussai, Steven Cetinsky, Greg Hanson, Karen Rymarczyk, Mary Kasovich, Charles Myers, Diane Penko, Deborah Selvaggio, Janet Pridemore. ROW 3: Jeff Sekulich, Tom Balazs, Greg Fresenko, Dan Justice, Jim Hufnagle, Tom Parr, Bob Rowland. NOT PICTU RED: Bill Bluhm, Lewis Clemens, Keith Kester, Greg Schneider. Ni , Mr. Smith, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW CL TO RJ: Teresa Kaneen, Kelley Smith, Frank lnsana. ROW 2: Koren Hamula, Donna Pinto, Diane Kowalczyk, Toni Kotar, ROW 3: Bill Werstak, Doug Sisson, Scott Chilia, Tom O'Brien, John Caito. ROW 4: Bob Lyon, Frank Hudak, Chris Ferrell, Eric Bessleman, Mark Limbert, Walter Marvin, Scott Robinson, Jack Shelden, Steve Szabo, Carla Molesky, Bob Suchevitts. NOT PICTURED: Rob Brinkley, Glenn Schwartz. ' J.'Il..C,3Tl Q I W ' ., f-ax, 'cvfxli-'-U -1. . cr., 3, . ' . :..v -' - -x W 'N 4 . sr--fm .V xr: , 5-KM 3 . "M '-- ff 'f Fgixiilqrf X fr ' Fizfijx 1 - ' I '92 ? F I ' ' i., .ii-ig. ' -3,1 v I ,X Miss Sliter, 3 Period: BOTTOM ROW QL TO R71 Nancy Penko, Diane Murphy, Karen Archacki, Nancy Samuel, Ruth Ann Burger, ROW 2: Susan Cowling, Pam Adkins, Jill Delaney, Frank Clabough, Bret Walther. ROW 3: Frank Ulizzi, Jim Gaydosh, Mark Gordon, Mark Bordonaro, Greg Lynn. NOT PICTURED: Kim Boka, Richard Cell, Mannie Scanlan. 167 Mr. Aultz, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL-RJ: Jim Choromanski, John Brentar, John Kalka. ROW 2: Ann Zak, Carrie Shuster, Leslie Otcasek, Mary Kay Joyce, Sue DiMare. ROW 3: Jill Harich, Lori Zdunczyk, Rina Bevacqua, Kathleen Foreman, ROW 4: Carol McCarty, Rob Frank, Kathryn LaBarbera, Jeff Mavsar, Tom Waschura, Tom Katcher. NOT PICTURED: Dave Thompson, Christopher Mix. Miss Harris, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RJ: Eugene Mulraney, Richard Ventresca, Mike Phillips. ROW 2: Georgann Phillips, Tracey Coe, Renee . . ,7 -gr. ., .,.Q.- gi Q---' .yu - -i" N Mr. Jordan, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: Bev Austin, Karen Brentar, Kathy Kunath, Tracey Bonfield, Kathy Rymarczyk, Maureen Dickard. ROW 2: Tim Yerman, Chris Bednar, Tony Guinta. Tom Schauer. Scott Harmon. Joann Motuza. Diane Graziano, Kerry Walsh. ROW 3: Mike Juratovic, Bart Cerer, Dave Treichel, Phil Campensa, Diane Heiss, Mike Zanghi, Cathy Phillips, Lori Sceranka, Diane Reed. ROW 4: James Cagney, Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable. T68 Fanara, Debbie Francis. NOT PICTURED: Tonnie Bronkall, Diane Turner, David Wolf, David Gable. N! The 1977 Playboy calenders just came out! Boy, those are weird shoes! 'L NOT PICTURED: Jim Murray. s I 6 F!! agp Mrs. Gale, 7 Period: BOTTOM ROW QL TO Ry Jim Wilson, Rebecca Tancredi, Meg Humensky, Mary Jo Briggs, Janine Kato, Heidi Cerbin, Donna Firman. ROW 2: Robert Summers, Peggy Payne, Janet Snyder, Ivana Rozman, Stefanie Potichny, Elaine Lilley, Sally Federico, Jeanne Dommer. ROW 3: Roberta Wright, Melody Musick, Deborah Miller, William Hanlon, Dave Eros, Roy Mast, Rick Galaska. NOT PICTURED: Tom Cavan, Kesty Gudenas, Andrea Buanno, Chris Neiman, Rick Spelic. Mrs. Gale, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW QL TO Ri: Roberta Winters, Andy Stanisa, Ted Radisek, Mary Korosec, Mark Sachs, Richard Ciotti, Jackie Caresani. ROW 2: Noreen Raggets, Marlene Witchner, Mike Langdon, Deborah Paul, Andrea McLeod, Patricia Lauria, JoAnne McCaskie, Jim Kinney, Richard Broos. ROW 3: Dorothy Shafer, Dan Summerfield, George Newcomb, Larry Plavcan, Frank Zigman, Joe Hrusonsky, Scott Springer, Joe Faraone, Debbie Beasley. iz Mrs. McGill, 6 Period: BOTTOM ROW QL TO Rii J8meS Stack, Earl Yeager, Dan Kever, Laura Templar. ROW 2: Brian Klun, Richard Bliss, Robert Corrigan, David Sadler, Rich Maranville, Mark Seidel, Johm Laseak, Sandy Dotson. NOT PICTUREDQ Thomas Harrison, John Steyer. 169 F i Ms. Cerny, 4 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R1 Mary Ellen Erne, Sharrie Petrich, Mary Ellen Cooke, Teri Stouffer, Patty Roeder, Darlene Cafarelli, Michelle Kimack. ROW 2: Patti Burris, Marilyn Wata, Sandy Rash, Missy Bifro, Dinah Grdina, Carol Haines, Jackie Mihelic, Carol Keller, Tina Clark. ROW 3: Sandy Eroskey, Jim Bour, Larry Downing, Bob lvancic, Matt D'Amico, Tim Kisthardt, Greg Swider. .,f" if 4 ,, ling-5 - I +A' x Mr. Weisenberg, 2 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Kesty Gudenis, Andria Buanno, Jim Murry. 2nd ROW: Dave Edleman, Lou Virant, Bob Zagore, Dave Macarther, Dave Gable. 3rd ROW Tom Sexton, Jeff Zolak, Jerry Drobnick, Keith Kester. 4th ROW: Patty Gibson, Dave Thompson, Mary Ellen Cooke, Mimi Erne. LAST ROW: Mike Campbell, ghrii Neimen, Mark Kordic, Tom Cavan, Pam Smith, Tom Deemer, and Hank can an. T70 sim..- ...M "Uh, we're here to buy a yearbook, I think?!" X, T ' V . 'W'-3 ,V - f . , . .' 'J V ' N 1, .,-,V . - :A ,. 'Z Ms. Haffer, 3 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Greg Bealowski, Tom Chanakas. ROW 2: Rita Gullo, Karen Lorber, Cheryl Boyd, Jeff Elliot, Jim Rocco. ROW 3: Rita Hershman, Mary Deoma. NOT PICTURED: Don Wiegand. ix ,, l i l I X I " a s,- L 5-1 , . I 2 .,., E , , 5 l 55- 'l T . X ',..-1 . 1 '. L- fleifr so .JL V. Q-16 ' X V I 'T' ,gl x ix t A, ig in . "' XX B X ' sz-ff V r A 1 E 7 'TT rr- r 'L--fir" r gin .-..1.n. ' - X, f ,r if O X , r - -4 ,"',,:1 ' " 'H , xg XXX 97, rw'-, '- , , ' fl! I ' T -' -X X ,,,,jg.g, f' ' , ., . ' 'J --'V 51: Ms. Harris, 4 period, BOTTOM TO TOP- Patty Morris, Valerie Waterwash, Kathy . in jf-:geese - ' Hutton, Michelle Walker, Jean Griesmer, Steve Golinar, Angela Toiga, Jim Pikovnik, ' ' Wh" lf- if ' -:M-.1 , W Beth Hoon, John Zack, Andrea Zupancic, Jeff Trebec, Sam Ventura, Tony Vitolo, ' 1. - Carl Meier, Walter Piscik, Tim Tichenor. , Tj fe r , ,, A .Mei -Agn-H , , r ,Ng9'f", ,-q2,,A-- 3 "Follow mel!" r 'tx rh"D 'S' l N NL! 1 N' Ms. Jordan, 1 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R Marty Zupancic, Mary Buda, Nancy Gundling, Bev Pritchard. Steve Stigamier, Dwayne Stelmach, Steve Madorsky, Dave Pecnik. ROW 2 Jerry Drobnik, Linda Gardenhire, Carolyn Davidson, Laura Keyes, Kurt Raicevich, Bruce Hart, Tom Brew. ROW 3 Eric Darcy, Devin Wilson, Dan McPadden, Marlene Monsman, Jo Thomas, Kim Cole, Dennis Heindel, Todd Reese, Bob Clemence. NOT RICTURED Pam Smith. 1 -L, X F . . 4 1 L... Ms. Gale 5 period, FIRST ROW L TO R Sharon Arnold Ed Ehrke Joe Burrows F Eric Jochum Kevin Fazio, Christine Rolik, Karen Pavlovlch Diane Lang SECOND ROW Debby Henkuzzens 4 Tracy Martin, Sharon Beidle Jim Tomslck Mark Kordlc Alan Vahclc Bob Zagore Mike Per -. rotti, Tammy Henry, Denise Skerl ,A ' H i "Ai H 5 gi. '- Mr. Hall, 7 period, FRONT ROW, L TO R: Nancy Neurohr, Donna Gorjup, Amy Goodfellow, Tami Meany, Denise Buente. ROW 2: Barbara Ivancic, Douglas Ayers, Edward Dolinar, Charles Deveney, Tami Taylor, Richard Bozak. NOT PICTURED: Dan Angelo, Nam-Kuen Oh. :S 172 ,K l xxx .5 .. . 7. fwfql' 'Qi' U . ,'-" 1- , ,xl . ' 1 -ia L .3 T' M I I , I -,Q , AG 1 ' 1 g Y f-ff! L. .Q n-:: -Q14 14 'j.,4 I ff N lex? Mr. Smith, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Mark Powers, J0e Doyle, Brian McCluskey. ROW 2: John Araps, Jan Slejko, Donna Fowle, Denise Bussey, Pat Nulty, Sue Sivillo, Carla San- ton, Jim Cek. ROW 3: Ray Funk, Pete Moore, Glenn Debejak, Arlene Hughes, Helen Strle, Bart Kozar, Bob Patete, Denise Lastoria. ROW 4: Doug Barnett, John Braidich, Tom Haines, Bob Morris, Mark Kascak, Ed Haller, Greg Pecnilf 1 Wixl tg CD L lt , . lille is i 1 if Mr. Weisenberg, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Chris Mix, Frank Kovac, Jim Pikovnik, Dave Wolf. ROW 2: Tom Bowens, Todd Caldwell, Tom Tutolo, Dwayne Stelmach, Steve Basler, Devin Wilson. ROW 3: Linda Peirolo, Marty Zupancic. ROW 4: Andy Rossman, Pat Young, Julie Petrella, Lisa Rogers, Sherrie Petrich. ROW 5: Joe Klein, George Demyanchik, Mary Yount. N' f 173 it 'D ' J 'fgtgfgtgyjglx ,K -fi " Qljlfwz . -iff L '1' 3, 41- -. ' ' v' -3,14 XA ' 4 , -' 33.5,-,-, . ,wt J: - -1131-if li,-rf ' 1 4 " 53529- Miss Harris, 7 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R Gary Grano, John Senn, Kevin Carney. Kunis, Therese Skedel, Aimee Caplinger. Mike Stevko, Vic Lent. ROW 5 Mary Schultz, Bob McCreight. ROW 6: Kevin Byrne, Paul Bene, Jamie Keefe, Jim Mullally. ROW 7' Jim Branisel, Peter Santorelli, Jim Zelko, Laura :ws-maui Hn-1 fig,- af 'slr .Q l i"' ' "Let's play Follow the Leader!" .f.,.A. . ' l ' 3 4 . if - ""' 39 5 4. ' 5 il - uma-was-w qw PM -:ui TFNM .4 I Ron Payne. ROW 2' Ed Dennick, .raw ROW 3' Sharon Pinney, Cindy ROW 4: Bob Dalic, Mark Prines, Jazbec, Marhta Hastert, Pam W f iv? Fahey. NOT PICTURED Jim Beck, Mike O'Neill, Carol Taylor. x... S . il al nl 3 Ms. Jordan, 8 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Joe Klein, Glen Giegerich, Ron Marosan, Ken Schmidt. ROW 2. Lisa Cerjan, Lisa Vendeland, Marjorie Papes, Mary O'Tooie, Tom Sexton, Michelle Blase, Pattie Spalek, Laura Sustar. ROW 3: John Powell, Jack Schultz, Al Jelepis, Mark Coan, Terry Harrell, Ed Champa, John Williams. NOT PICTURED: Noel Brady. LES refs , 5.-,,...?: , I, Q Q! Q Q . w " ' A Li. NS ,.-A' 1, Ms. Cerny, 8 period, FIRST ROW, L TO R: Sharon Arnold, Ed Ehrke, Joe Burrows, Eric Jochum, Kevin Fazio, Chris Rolik, Karen Pavlovich, Diana Lang, Denise Skerl. SECOND ROW: Debbie Henkhuzens, Tracy Martin, Sharon Beidle, Jim Tomsick, Mark Kordic, Alan Vahcic, Bob Zagore, Mike Perrotti, Tammy Henry. 1' N N JJ! 4 St Q 5 f L ' . . f Q ' ff: K N' N'14f'-':.. 'ai' ! ,.t1:.,.:-4,.x1:k, , V :Xe ,gd :tts ,- 9 'Ll' 7'8,Xg:',Z.4-.i' F .1-QW-Y' V SQL is-Magix: - ' gf, wet '. , . ,... ' 'XL-..,. 'hi . fg-.,'f5gg'hIIp - 'ff zffkwm . 5 wr X j,-igvl-:jf N: QQ"""'. - in 'X 1 5 .-'cm ge -f --Z M ' , V-j'1fff'.ifL: 'Ig :I f 4-.15 ' . l15"p"i1g'-" ., '-L' ' See Spot run. Run Spot run." P I 175 I ! Mr. Smith 8 period: BOTTOM ROW, L TO R. Bob Husa, Joanna Buck, Dawn Bussey, Kevin Burd. ROW 2: Steve Huntsman. ROW 3: John Chua, Tom Simek, Bob Beres. ROW 4: Scott Manion, Frank Nocera, David McArthur. ROW 5: Mark Erdani, Pat Tizzano, Rhonda Roundtree, Lori Reid, Becky Ledger. ROW 6: Cheri Strah, Cindy Smith, Teresa Kascak, Donna Weindel. ROW 7: Kurt Eberwein, Dan Longstreet, Ray Strah. ROW 8: Brian McCullough. NOT PICTURED: Linda Lang, Lisa Zupanic, Kathy Fleck, Robin Vaughn. ...M : i ,x Aw-A Q LL fri? ,' " lx "- ' , 'Thi'-ev sl lr C? 7 Blah ' 176 gmac? sf: 4... iv. . 'Ii li ll i Milli!! 3- 'N- "I forgot to wash behind my ears." Q., 11, 2 Miss Lellis 8 period: BOTTOM ROW, L TO R. Ruth Ankuda, Jean Walsh, Jacque Conley, Laura Draxler, Ed Kamposek. ROW 2: Mary Beth Hungerford, Cheryl Petrick, Don Malone, Steve Basler, Cindy Rhyne, Laurie Oberaitis, Lynn Okicki, Tom Rinderle, Bill Gmeiner. ROW 3: Hannah Gleisser, Craig Hasegawa, Jim Simeo, Jim Waschura, Paul Klodor, Mike Kupfer, Doug DiLaIla, Mike Campbell, Jim Reed, Andreas Zittkowski, Dave Coyne. 5 V , , . 1,1 P . ,3.,':.fW'7l. .' 4 ,if-J ':::'1 15--.::, I 1 f . ,.. vw. ,- HQXQQ P. N, r '1.,b 144 --3-WWP? X: lllliign :11'i" 1.. 11f:'-N . l A4 T in if. , , Ir .. A ' z 1' ' ' 5 . f 'N .. , 9' A wir., .-ws , K ,ii f Y K , .. f, ' wi' 2" ff 1 ' '3 . y . ' sf bl. f' ,. 1 Q--" 'r A : .. ...m."' fif' 1 fe l 1 3? .'f'1?f'?7 - 1 ,fi N. .9-'Q L 1 ' gi. A .su 'Q -2-5 2' , r-- 4 5 'R x 3 J ,u of f, 6' el I Y X J ' ' .1 X, p '!Qf'1:" - . A Q s , wh I . R-R ,Ig-2 s ..-.,L if!! ff'- '-. A 7 r 4 Q' .1 .59 '- wi u ibf K, .. ,l 'x mi z""if!' . ,WZ , . f x r X -, x f X 1' X. I f fr I x an -Y,., X! 'vw ' "5 7. lla .F . ' 'VL . , , .5-9' '24 '- P f'f.44h-+ 'A , ,. 15.425 . I- V , ,V-3,1 ' 4,1 'ff-1: :' .J ,F W 7. 9 1, , , .- --s,+v,LvL1S1. 46441. gm an --.-gp' -4- - '-1 SPLISH- SPLASH! Assisting swim teachers with in- divldual lessons, these guys and gals made up the boys' and girls' swim leaders. They instructed their class- mates on the various aspects of swimming, from learning how to do the front float to learning intricate synchronized swimming techniques. t "11...f- T! BOTTOM ROW CL TO RJ Kay lsbestor Kathy Hunton Nancy Ayers Mary Jo Briggs Kathy Albanese Julie Voss Sally Orton, Tracy Bonfleld lvana Rozman 2nd ROW Sandy Eroskey Carol Haines Pam Adkins Vicky Chapman Kathy Burns, Robbie Wright, Maureen Dlckard Nora Burke Hanna Glelsser Lisa Schleman 3rd ROW Laura Korynoskl Barb Klrchner, Mary Schneider Donna Mlller Llsa Slbert Sandy Reid Donna French Bea Petraska Rita Haney Susan Voss Pam Smlth, Joanne Motuza 180 HOT DOGGERS On Thursday nights, the Ski Club set out for Brandywine slopes, where they enjoyed a couple of hours of skiing. Any of the members who had never skied before learned very, very quickly, and near the end of the skiing season, the whole club travelled to the Cockaigne slopes in New York to spend one one full day of skiing. "' 607. W gem 153343 mmm 1. Llnda Lender. 2. Taml Meany. 3. Kathy Bolsar. 4. Lee Ann Glinski. 5. Sheri Mikanovich. 6. Colleen Kernz. 7. Lynn Sample. 8. Debbie Meister. 9. Denlse Ayers. 10. Karen Miller. 11. Gail Suscheck. 12. Kathy Timmins. 13. Rich Galaska. 14. Evelyn Kohler. 15. Carolyn Schmidt. 16. Julie Szolek. 17. Mark Harmon. 18. Jlm Bour. 19. Tom Sexton. 20. Lori Laukiavlch. 21. Veronica Terrlll. 22. Ann Zak. 23. Kathy Lemmon. 24. Jim Gaydosh. 25. Jim Waschura. 26. Doug Ayers. 27. Bryan Speece. 28. Laura Lick. 29. Tom Bowens. 30. Frank Dobler. 31. Mr. Von Benken. 32. Sue Samuel. 33. Nancy Samuel. 181 1 1 Afftff ,',,L ,L,'T',,l T X : fijij is L Q Q N x 2 V194 B5 is A K J .1 S , 9 zf x. 35 u PM 9 7 ,, 1 x xx, ,g,Q.xy5,x Q, X me X V5 Q K afjii , x - , V X X 5 X X ,L'il,'-YN' 03 -1 J -A 1 'ww W Qzxws wx-.,. . V . 1':f '9Ni'.-Q1b:'.: X -rf' vfwgsa wwki 1 1: 2 1 . , ix, is w ,, N:-.s jiimls-X ww. V, K: W?-XYX' Mx- Nxfkvs: NAP K Yexwv +Ag.-x,.xQ SSR. ,, NOX w ml fame QQ , A , S9 1 125334 .2:N'ifQi-YNY -I , X V'Y'Nh'fCi"B Tw AG v NWA wb- 9:G:X"'N?JNJlX S if f N N EQ.-,Q :AN-Q H. vm, V Wm, . X mf- wkwfigm-Saw x Nsxhwif-'swxt' X Q 'AQ .gf :l.i2.:f-gw,-:px xwvgg' . . . --f'r5-EIN ' 5' 338 X "gif Y 1, G V , A-I - r? -wr-r - :- 4 . I e Denise Lorence, Lynne Klro 1 X I x,- A N 'fax ,, , R 'lf' V X i y , ,f"R Co-captalns Dlane Rado and Mary Beih PGYYY Sue Duffy, Peggy Rohlke, Dorothy Whitney Mary Lou Stermole, Bonnl e Bronkall, Diane McCarty 21' ' . - L ' J , A 1 0 S. T . Q Qc. --'.' biifqfife L sri iw, t x T LPS. ez. -..,-fb, K K-4 2.3, Y I ' QE, L fi ' 1 " 3 . ,, 1. .- ..H-,m,5r .nf,.,f3. QM ' ' I x Q Q" Q-. V Y, rl K V1 ,Y - 6 1 ,As I1 1 A . U' .r ull, Johnna Balasko . are . Q ' . xl 5 as . GOLDEN GIRLS The 1976 Majorettes, under captains Mary Beth Perry and Diane Rado, practiced over the summer to add an additional excitement to our football games. They seemed to satisfy both young and old by per- forming their routines to such songs as "Love Will Keep Us Together," "The Hustle," and "Theme from S.W.A.T." Although we do not see much of them after the football season, in our hearts we still remember their hard work and fine entertainment. 185 Helen Pavlovlc, Teresa Kukllca, Donna Ellenbest GOLD-28, BLUE-14 The 1976 Gold team shattered the Blue team's domination of the six previous Powder Puff contests as they soundly won on November 14th with a score of 28-14. The Gold team prevailed, as they had a strong passing attack with Linda Bratina at the helm. The Blue team was con- tinually beset with offsides penalites. Entertainment was provided by the Powder Puff marching Band and the "beautiful ladies"-the major- ettes and cheerleaders. Everyone had fun, and the senior class bene- fitted with S700 going toward Senior Prom. , "Oh, no, you don't! This ls MY football, not yoursl" '15 vi ' .. W" FAR RIGHT: "Tomye" An- derson and her interpre- tatlon ofthe Boomerang. V P l The members of the Blue Team were: Debble Andrews, Denlse Ayers, Sarah Bowman, Emlly Burns, Mary Pat Cosgrlff, Nada Coco, Jean Czyzyckl, Sandra DITomaso, Sue Duffy, Laurle Foreman, Carrle Franko, Ann Grgurlc, Joan Gundllng, Susan Hadzlma, Debble Hall, Con- suelo Heath, Sue Helmsoth, Amy Hlll, Klttle Hromyko, Llnda Ice, Deborah Jordan, Klm Kalfesh, Heldl Kalser, Carol Kernya, Sharon Klngsmlll, Tammy Lang, Margaret Laycock, Llnda Llsl, Denlse Lorence, Amy Lutz, Cathy Massaro, Diane McCarty, Holly McClurg, Sherl Mlkanovlch, Laurle Neff, Janet Novotny, Joan Nunnally, Evelyn Pana, Brigitte Prause, Peggy Rohlke, Jeanlne Rupslc, Beth Salosky, Pamela Shaffer, Kathy Smlth, Monna Stepanskl, Becky Stephens, Sharon Strauss, Darlene Swlhart, Val Tancredl, Kathy Torok, Mary Ellen Turk, Mary Beth Zak, Donna Zuro. 186 is D .,:1'. B44 I n xiii!! The members of the Gold team were: Carol Albanese, Patty Arnold, .lohnna Balasko, Llndy Bratlna, Sherrl Cebul, Debble Clabough, Leslle Conley, Kathy Cowllng, Carol Dallos, Tonl Dodd, Luann Dudley, Mary Erdanl, Renee Fetko, Chrls Gelev, Llnda Gllck, Chrls Gole, Jan Grega, Llsa Hanson, Beth Hart, Dawn Hector, Jodl Holloway, Laura Hood, Debble Hopton, Llane Jerlna, Barbara Klrchner, Lynne Kiro, Sue Knlght, Llnda Kordlch, Mary Kotar, Robln Lamm, Llnda Lender, Sandra Lewls, Nlkkl Lowe, Debbie Lusky, Vesna Matlc, Lorralne Matuch, Elleen Murphy, Laverne Nocera, Patty Noel, Klm Pearch, Mary Beth Perry, Dlane Rado, Sandy Schmidt, Dottle Schultz, Marylou Stermole, Karen Taullen, Kay Thomas, Carolyn Thomp- son, Carol Troha, Mary Jane Vahclc, Mlchele Vldra, Cheryl Warner, Margo Vane. Proclslon, grace, and style . . .7 i "WE'VE GOT SPIRIT . . ." What has sixteen legs and lots of spirit and smiles? The Euclid high cheerleaders! These girls Iivened up the crowds by "firing them up" with their "Battlecry" . QDAPT. KAY THOMAS .W , A , and "Boom- erang" cheers. They partici- pated in pep assemblies and accomplished Q I formidable . feats, stacking Q0 O3 human pyra- mids as they cheered Eu- clid's teams to V-I-C-T-0-R-Y. -I 3. -C -7 X I I ff O 5 'CC ..:::':,:-f- -Z-C' '11:f 0' O I w Q . 1 DIANE SCHULZ A i I v I 5 5 , ""liGH M' S , ,,.qm..M V.. .,. NN . . I- .V I . ,...L - - .- , v . .' 1 M79 A, . -- 'I --K I' 'Q N1 N JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS YJ' 91 AX -'In ,., 4 lr awk 5 1 , 'Ixxis ' 4.1 Ski: .1-4 t 1 V1 'ETQI :.,h . wx: Y ,M s YA 'J 4 'It' f 1 - ii u Q - Af fx ,Ly .1- 1. N X 1 ' I C - - . uf' I Ig' '5 X f I . 5 , 1 X I u , K I.. QS ,. - , EJ? -..- QFQI N .F f 3 N , X X 4 .H wi' f L I -W.. . f- - fs -iff -4 2, - .J-..,1. " Umi- v 1, 4 ' E ,- , Q Y 5-':sk:TM i I ' I' f, ,Qfff ' s 5 I If WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS -its' ' ' A f ' 6 5 iv .JA I -V , 'D ' if -X ,Q 1 ',, 1 'E Q Ik .Is ' - .LA I I s 3 - -. 'lil Z "1 ' . 'Q .' i' ll .lx Ji 'iw '-E12 T-,QE ' V3 fbi' ,lil 'w if S, . Ugsfflh . J 0 "hu df . I . , .U N x W.Q'.,'i ' N., mf , rm as ZW 2 If: ' 1 E 55.9 M fl if fm S '.l 4 Ag I E S I ' N G Audlo Aldes LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Stalnes, Doug Hodakievlc, Steve Bell, David Jones , NOT PICTURED: Roy Schnelder. TESTING . . . Remember all those fantastic plays this year? How would you have enjoyed all of them without the microphones, lighting, and other effects? Well, thanks to the great expertice of the Audio and Media Aides, the plays were a great success. They solved all the technical problems and learned short-cuts to make this year's communica- tion system a job well done. 5 ,Ace B13 I 6-1-u ...--4. Media Aides LEFT TO RIGHT: Eric Hanson, Dave Eros, Tom Waschura, Stan Rozic, .Iohn Grabitz, Mike Chapman, Rich Llsko, I Hodakievic. , FFFBIIII, . :: 5 ' ' r'..l u. . I I FN I ' I "Wow! what a pair." 192 l, ff I 1-..o3' :- Ss CARD SHARKS The pinochle club met at least once a week to have an inspiring game full of competition. Puzzling over runs just missed and scheming to catch the last trick was a relaxing end to a hectic day. cQ..Dx..DE.. WA8ZGE Radio Club has introduced young people to the ever-growing industry of communications. Interested students met on Tuesdays after school in the radio room to learn and eventually to obtain their own amateur radio licenses. After a member receives his or her license, the Radio CIub's station, WABZGE, is used to project the voice of Euclid students to countries around the world. Those members who have obtained their own licenses are: Mr. Hungerford WB8BHC Dave Nelson WNBUSQ Preston Neal WN8UMD Manny Scanlan WNBBQO llllllllllllllIllIIIlIllIIllIIIIllllIlllllllllllllllIllIIllIllIIllIIIIIIIIllIllllIllIllIIlllIIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CLOCKWISE: Mr. Sallach, Robin Pinkava, Jason Bailey, Lorraine Peters 193 4 DO, RE, MI, FA . . . The Euclid High choirs, under the direction of Mr. Sam Taylor, produced several fine concerts in the course of the year. By auditioning for Mr. Taylor, students with singing talent advanced through the various stages of the choirs. Those with the best vocal qualities and experience were chosen for Varsity Chorale, which is the "elite" of the choir groups. Mr. Taylor's veteran ability of weaving and blending the voices of his students and highlighting some numbers with choreography served to produce fine quality concerts. -:sz A 5' RN Q :u Choral Masters members: Denise Andrews, Bill Andrews, Judi Arnold, Nancy Ayers, Jason Bailey, Judi Bohn, David Brown, Rich Cell, Karen Collins, Matt D'Amico, George Demyanchik, Chris Dole, Mary Dolter, David Eros, Helen Fabianich, Cheryl Frank, Rob Frank, Don Frank, Lisa Friedel, Judy Garrett, Nancy Gaydos, John Glovan, Pam Gonas, Dave Henry, Cathy Hershey, Mary Holmes, Linda lce, Larry lnsana, Robin Jokela, Krystal Kent, Bryan Ketchum, Jim Kisthardt, Bob Klein, Joe Klein, Laura Kruger, Cathy Lehman, Laura Lick, Brenda Loraw, Kathy Martin, Nick Massiello, Joy Mast, Rain Matuch, Jeff Mavsar, Eileen Mayock, Diane Micale, Nancy Neme- cek, Angie Oberaitis, Dave Praznovsky, Sharon Prileson, Duane Reschke, Sue Samuel, Beth Sawyer, Kathy Sawyer, Jan Schimpf, Dennis Sedlak, Debbie Shanks, Connie Sims, Lou Singer, Scott Stanic, Beth Stephens, Dave Stuber, Steve Tanner, Carolyn Thompson, Rich Tolley, Genute Vaiginis, Ken Vaughan, Mare Zak, Pam Znidarsic. Girls Chorus members Janet Brace Joanna Buck Pam Capasso Monica Cefaratti Jacquie Conley Sue Cowling Meg DAnna Carolyn Davidson Jeanne Dommer Jan Ferris Debbie Francis Tammy Gel singer Patti Gibson Andrea Higgins Janet Hollis Terry Kaneen Ellen Kast Kathy Kirchner Mary Korosec Tony Kotar Kathy Lorber Donna Miller Chris Mullins, Linda Munnings, Melody Musick, Gerry Nocera, Laura Novosel, Laurie Oberaitis, Lynn Okicki, Debbie Orazem, Peggy Payne, Linda Peirolo, Diane Penko, Julie Petrella, Susan Piscopo, Bev Pritchard, Noreen Raggets, Mimi Rezonja, Cindy Rhyne, Karen Rossi, Sally Schmolz, Debbie Selvaggio, Lisa Sibert, Cheryl Smith, Denise Staso, Tammy Taylor, Laura Templar, Janet Topping, Greta Trommetter, Diane Turner, Robin Vaughan, Lisa Vendeland, Patti West, Roberta Wright. Varsity Chorale members: T.J. Anderson, David Brown, Emily Burns, Dave Carlson, Sherry Cebul, Mike Cefar- atti, Tony Cell, Jack Down- er, Laurie Foreman, Jeff Gaydos, Paul Gubanc, Barb Hasse, Rich Jambor, Barb Kirchner, Diane Kwasny, Tom Knific, Robin Lamm, Amy Lutz, Martha Mayer, Cathy Miller, Paul Miha- cevich, Tony Perko, Joe Perpar, Robin Pinkava, Tom Rotar, Jim Schmidt, Pam Shaffer, Cathy Stephens, Bob Sump, Beth Telich, Kay Thomas, Mike Tortorici, Mary Ellen Turk, Jeff West. Donna Zuro. .I -J A , 1 fy iv 195 MUSICAL MAESTROS A famous violinist once said, "To play great music, one must keep his eyes on a distant star." The Euclid bands and orchestra rehearsed hour after hour in an attempt to create the perfect D9 rformance. There were several stars in view for band and orchestra members. Some tried to satisfy their love for music, and a few were preparing for hopeful careers in music. After com- bining these people into performing ensembles, music and many memories were created. CLOCKWISE: Percussion, Woodwinds, Upper Brass, Orchestra. Hs. 1--3 K' 4 ,W Om A X X W U 1 L' T u-Q..-1 s X -if V ff T , VV" ' i 7- 5' , M! . 'W si 1 . , H JL , .l TOP TO BOTTOM: Upper Woodwinds, Stage Band, Low- er Brasses. 197 it A ag Senior Class . R I: tx- It 71 . lf K' xx L1 Junior Class I ophomore Class, xrl. Senior Class. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty Arnold, Amy Hill, Patti Noel, Renee Fetko, Evie Pana, Nancy Ayers, Connie Sims, Joy Mast, Jackie Parker, Peggy Fowle, Dottie Schultz. ROW TWO: Debbie Andrews, Amy Lutz, Carolyn Thompson, Emily Burns, Becky Stevens, Mary Beth Perry, Peggy Rohlke, Lynne Kiro, Linda lce. ROW THREE: Jody Holloway, Sue Knight, Carol Troha, Chris Gole, Denise Lawrence, Joan Gundling, Sheri Mikanovich, Sue Duffy, Barb Kirchner. ROW FOUR: Johnna Balasko, Mary Erdani, Laura Korynoski, Sam Mason, Val Tancredi, Kitty Hromyko, Diane McCarty, Diane Rado, Bonnie Bronkall. ROW FIVE: Mike Evert, Ted Thomas, Karen Taulein, Ken Dorsch, Karen Besselman, Holly McClurg, Luann Dudley, Mary Pat Cosgriff. ROW SIX: Tim Russell, Bob Sump, Jack Colling, Mark Ebers- bacher, Dr. Bergem, Randy South. ROW SEVEN: Tony Cell, Ted Anderson Senior Cabinet. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty Arnold, Emily Burns. ROW TWO: Amy Hill, Carolyn Thomp- son, Renee Fetko, Dr. Bergem. ROW THREE: Randy South, Evie Pana, Patti Noel, Amy Lutz, Tony Cell. Junior Cabinet. LEFT TO RIGHT: Julie Szolek, Brian Ramona. Lisa Petsanis, Lori Katz, Cindy Pritchard, Diane Nacinovich, Kathy Burns, Kim Duffv. Junior Class. BOTTOM ROW: Bob Paine, SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Burns, Gail Suscheck, Kim Duffy, Donna Janes, Scott Wilson, Rob Freedon. THIRD ROW: Lisa Petsanis, Cindy Pritchard, Sue Samuel, Kim Krawczy- szyn, Diane Barry. FOURTH ROW: Laura Lick, Sandie Hastings, Lora Hlabse, Julie Szolek, FIFTH ROW: Peggy Eyman, Cindy Hassel, Debbie Bernacki, Eileen Busdiecker, Lori Katz, Brian Ramona. Sophomore Class. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lisa Cerjan, Doug Ayers, Lisa Sibert, Joan Motuza. SECOND ROW: Laurie Oberaitis, Kathy Rymarczyk, Nancy Samuel, Laura Draxler. KNEELING: Eric Jochum, Bev Pritchard, Becky Tancredi, Lora Hayman, The Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes were very active this year. They engaged in bake sales, selling candy, and many other profit raising projects. This money was put toward the Junior and Senior class proms. The Senior class was the victor of the Christmas decorating contest. The Junior class won the "spirit chain contest" and had a very successful Spagetti Dinner. The Sophomore class had many successful bake sales. Co-operation and hard work enabled them to attain enjoyable proms. 199 IlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll BLOOD SISTERS Responsible, trustworthy, and caring people was what the Red Cross Club was made up of. These students put in their own time to help our community. By selling candy to raise money, these people decorated a ward at the Veterans Hospital. At Easter, they visited an old age home. The biggest event of the year came after many months of planning, advertising, and coaxing-the Euclid Senior High School Bloodmobile. . .iv ..M President Judy Yount. . . BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eric Ki- mura, Debbie Bliss, Carol Gumowski, Mary Thompson, Lynn Okicki, Mr. Germock. SECOND ROW: Daryl Dureiko, Fred McVey, Walt Wolski, Alan Urbancic. MISSING: Heather Stump, Gwen Bashline. 5 fr , V'? BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck Keay, Laura Griffis Csecretaryj, Nancy Voll Ctreasurerj, Cheryl Smith. SECOND ROW: Nancy Pryatel, Patti Dudley, Sandra Vallee, Ivana Rozman, Chris Kaneen. 40 ,Z ...- WHATISIT? By twisting, bending, twining, and using a little creativity, the members of Metal Sculpture created many ingenious items. It required much patience to compose these sculptures. Ideas were developed to apply a new character or function to the metal. Use- ful articles were produced from valueless metals and scraps. 4 FRIENDSHIP These students were involved with the Americans Abroad program QCLOCKWISEJ: Phil Braun Cwho went to Japany, Quelo Heath Cwho came from Barbados and who E : H A N G E stayed with Nancy Nemecek's familyj, and Randy South Cwho went to Brazilj. American Field Service was one of the most active clubs this year. The purpose of the group was to raise money so that a foreign student may be "imported" to Euclid and A as share our way of life. ln addition, two Euclid :Q-. C 7 li" students are sent abroad to participate in a first-hand learning experience in the culture of another country. VX .xxx FAR RIGHT: The officers of AFS are QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Laurie Foreman, treasurer, Lauren Parsons, president: Phil Braun, vice-president. K flew Ft . 'J if Y 1 ' ' A 'Ae FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Quelo Heath, Jan Schimpf, Marcie Coons, Donna Zuro, Linda Glick, Chris Tice, Mary Beth Hungerford. Steve Nagle, Angie Oberaitis. SECOND ROW: Mike Malloy, Cindy Ryne, Debbie Polaski, Denise Ayers, Ellen Sesek, Mary Ann Mikovich, Randy South, Margaret Breznikar, Terri Jankovich, Noreen Walters, Donna Madison, Margie McLaren. THIRD ROW: Peggy Eyman, Mary Ann McCullough, Sue Prizzi, Sue Bibler, Lauren Parsons, Holly McClurg, Laurie Foreman, Linda Lisi, Phil Braun, George Demyanchik, Jim McMullen, Jim Podriznik. ROW FOUR: Nancy Nemecek, Bob Ruuska, Bill Hanlon, Steve Bour, Heather Stump, Paul Gubanc, Hannah Gleis- ser, Gary Keefe, Dave Jones. NOT PICTURED: Beda Federici, Kathy Lucas, Jackie Mason, 201 -Q Illllllll Wai Napolo members. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nora Burke, Lori Russell, Maureen Dickard, Jill Primeau, Denise Andrews. Mary Ellen Cooke, Jo Thomas, Pam Smith. ROW TWO: Nancy Roberts, Debbie An- drews. Jodi Holloway, Emily Burns fsecretaryb, Laura Kru- ger, Janet Young, Val Tan- credi Cpresidentj, Laura Lick, " Sue Heimsoth. ROW THREE: Sandy Reid, Cheryl Morabito, Laura Hlabse, Ruth Jerome, Karen Cooke Ctreasurery, Kim Krawczyszyn, Jeanine Rupsic, LuAnn Dudley. MISSING: Terese Burke Qvice-presidentj, The Girls' Gym Leaders per- formed various tasks in the gym classes as assistants Ato the gym teachers. Those who organized bake sales, pretzel sales and car washes were the officers: President Carol Troha, Vice- president Sandi Stankiewicz, Treasurer Annette Cirota, and Historian Denise Lorence. The girls refereed various sports, took attendance, demonstrated and taught skills, and generally backed up the teacher. These dedicated young ladies were an indispensable part of the girls' gym program as they eased the teacher's burden during her end- less classes. 202 Advisor Bill Von Benken and some of his fishies. WATER MAIDENS The girls in Wai Napolo trained during the school year to de- velop their synchronization and swimming techniques. Many hours of exhausting swimming in not-so-warm water and much practice of underwater choreography combined to prepare these girls for the annual Wai Napolo water show. This widely attended show is one of the most popular events of the year, and the hard work of the club members came through very well in a precisely timed and exquisitely produced show. lIf1IlliflllllflllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ Girls Gym Leaders. FRONT: Advisor Audrey Fox. ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Rossmann, Diane Barry, Sandi Stankiewicz, Laurie Foreman, Karen Centa, Linda Glick, Karen Capadona, Carol Troha, Kathy Sands. ROW TWO: Annette Cirota, Jan Shaw. Sharon lvancic, Tina Kuklica, Teresa Kuklica, Lori Breskvar, Diana Ortman, Mary D'Amico, Nancy Nemecek, Patty Kastelic, JoAnne Bokar, Barb Swansinger. 203 JOCKETTES The GAA engaged in many athletics such as basketball, deck tennis and volleyball, functioning as an intramural club. Miss Buck instructed girls and helped them to per- fect their game. A great benefit gained was learning the necessity of teamwork. But most of all, these girls enjoyed themselves. ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Eyman, Donna Ellenbest, Laurie Fore- man, Kathy Rossmann, Diana Ortman, Lori Breskvar, Sandi Stankiewicz, Mary D'Amico. ROW TWO: Kim Krawczyszyn, Maria Draxler, Beth Sawyer, Lynn Garapic, Chris Perryman, Cheri Strah, Vickie Chapman. ROW THREE: Jeanine Rupsic, Cheryl Morabito, Carrie Franko, Kathy Rymar- czyk, Pam Roeder, JoAnn Thomas, Patty Roeder, Kathy Perryman. ROW FOUR: Beth Hart, Sylvia Krulc, Nikki Lowe, Kim Kaifesh, Mary Jan- kowski, Debbie Gowler, Nina Kaeth, Chris Perryman. ROW FIVE: Sharon lvancic, Jean Cyzyzycki, Joanne Bokar, Teresa Kuklica, Patty Kietrich, Pam Znidarsic, Patty Redman. agar: i' 0 T ' , 'L I My dam ,, 0 ff 'J-:Y .TY ' Q X- XX A g-I 'V' 5 v EINSTEINIANS Many interesting speakers fascinated and en- lightened the Science Seminar's members this year. They enabled the students to obtain a wide variety of knowledge concerning various scientific topics. One of the most prominent experiences was a visit to the Nasa base which was arranged by advisor Marilyn Lucas. . ,if C-U ,Q EUCLID if .:fm5,' 1 '7' BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patti Dudley, Jan Schimpf, Laurie Pultorak, Peggy Eyman, Nancy Roberts, Sandy Reid, Robin Pinkava, Ken Bronkall, Jeff Swider, Kim Workman, Debbie Honey. Tom Eisele, Al Buonno. 2nd ROW: Jim Kovacic, Ken Zappa, Mike Norton, Dennis Zerby, Steve Bour, Debbie Williams, John Offerle, Joanne Klepacki, Terry Jankovich, Margaret Breznikar, Gary Keefe, Jeff Houser, ?, Bob Perusek, Sharon Prileson, John Brodhacker, Chris Otcasek, Steven Tanner, Rich Horn, Debbie Lusky, Nada Jaklic. f"-S L: "nfs it S-"'1:'--sa.f.' ""'- New X -2- W-.-WQQ... x""fFi,:-nu -a-". . . O 'smillal U' ' TQ-TTT" A' li in X B-.V .. I - 'NJ -,,, c f --4- Q-4 ' ,J 1 ' " if-'-.,. -es' .. -23'-Lg 'NI-In-L ' .--' .a'T -fa east - .,, 'X Q 'ir1"'rJ'- , ..-.., 363' . IlglllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIlIllllIlIllIIIllllllllIlllIlIlIlllIllllllllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllllllllllll E E -1 'i E M 5 2 X 5 l : -J - Q I. E ffbfevf, , O i if f f 1" - ' i Z ,ff 'fl , --1, I 5 They supplied your pens, pencils, cough drops, blue books, and panty hose this year. That's right, 2 these were the Student Store members who gave up their study halls and who also worked before 2 school to supply you those and other items. The Student Store workers, pictured above, were: 3 QBOTTOM ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHTJ Chris Otcasek, Manager Dave Harthg QSECOND ROWQ Peggy Payne, 5 Dave Turner, Robbi Wright, Debbi Jordan, Beda Federici, Steve Nagel. 205 ,kgwn Y E. -re. , 5.1.1 i mm no -ew: 1. TOP PICTURE. Senior CCI. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Margot Yane, Tammy Lang, Kathy Kosovich. ROW TWO: Sandy Schmidt, Darlene Swihart, Marcia Lantzy, Mary Hanley, Nancy Kastelic. BOTTOM PICTURE. Junior CCI. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Laurada Bischoff, Carolyn Herbst, Karen Sodic, Heidi Hegir fchildj, Lisa Gelfman, Patrick Carey Cchildb, Denise Ventura. Janet Brady, Debbie Bradac, Alexis Macko fchildb. ROW TWO: Kathy Lucas, Patti Wilson, Bobbi Prioreschi, Sue Klepac, Beth Swift, Sandy Luda, Jan Diaddario, Diane Sennick, Sandy Kohagen, Mrs. Bonnie Price. 206 , -u mfs? CHHJJ CARE Vocational Childcare courses were offered to both juniors and seniors of Euclid. The program. sponsored by Mrs. Bonnie Price, taught the students to teach and care for young children through experi- ence. ln the nursery of Noble Elementary School, the children learned many things as the students came and related to them. AQ is J, 3 .1 S- 11 If I' ' . xht- . .cg i 1 ' 1"'wE'1"71 Y , . .., ...2.:., X .w ww-"1 eq.-5' , ,xg V - Nl I Ex 1' I , -5 ,. 1.9 .... ,...,, ,. -. , .., xl was-.-. 5--.v 1- - H- ' nn. . M -x., 4-he "1 ,Lwlf J. --.---it . mA! 1 vu Q, if 9 N h .,-.p 207 BEAUTY BUILDERS Two groups of senior high girls at- tended classes at the Euclidian Beauty College in preparation for their state licensure as cosmetologists. The seniors attended the second year classes in the morning, and the first year juniors in the afternoons. They had both theory and practical classes, where they learned the technical aspects of hair cutting and the basic cosmetic applica- tion procedures. 108 f' YN X ri? ,-, ,Y-'LJ li fi? Junior Cosmetology QLEFT T0 RIGHTJ: Chris Lusky, Shireen Meaney, Jeanne Severino, Rose Brown, Becky Brady, Linda Miller, Denise Hartman, Laurie Petro- vic, Gail Jalovec, Dawn Black, Mr. DiPaoIo. Senior Cosmetology. BOTTOM ROW, QLEFT TO RIGHTQ: Debbie Clabough, Laverne Nocera, Lorraine Bell, Irene Pinko, Kathy Deveney. ROW TWO: Mr. DiPaoIo, Karen Genelius, Debbie Hall, Tina Gulio, Robin Glicker, Ms. Fisher. MISSING: Amy Arps, Margaret Nocera. ,301 . is 1 fy 5 6 in 49" JF ly T ,af ,5 .n ' K Q if 'XX O ,' I iiX ii is V! i y r i i f, MK X QM xo KHP THE JOGGERS How long would it take you to run five-hundred miles? On their own time, the five-hundred mile club members ran and accumulated this mileage, braving the elements or escaping to the shelter of the indoor track. What motivated them? It required sheer will-power and severe discipline, and great satisfaction derived from running long distances in short periods of time. l 1 . ' ' LISR X' 1,1 -Qi'55'3Wf4g EEE: s.., - . 'ghswlfit . :1i:f-1:1 bg, ' EUCLID l ll N . ,, uw. - Y' ., '-'::.. ...t. - I xy 1 I ,- l li 4 . l1-- l ' . -4 --j . g :,- 3 ,4 . , h : . W LE. S- A 1 . . F, -A, X, . gmcni 'E 1 . Y l 4. 1 A 1 I.. .. - .X .44 'tl it I I . eeot it , 'tg l J x .fl SEATED, QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Mr. Hoffert, Mr. Halbedel, Mr. Francetic. STANDING: Bob Gold, Joe Frech, Eric Jochum, Craig Basler. 710 Q I AN ACTING COMPANY The Children's Drama Club, under the direction of Miss Carmody, performed the story of "Horton Hatches the Egg" for elementary school audiences this winter. These budding actors and actresses put forth their best efforts into the production which was enjoyed by all who saw it. BOTTOM ROW, QLEFT TO RIGHTQ: Steve Nagle, Diane Hribar, Jan Schimpf, Jeff Gaydos. ROW TWO: Joanna Buck, Margi McLaren Karen Keller, Norm Wright, Nora Burke, Pat Sexton, Evelyn Kohler. ROW THREE: Sandi Hastings, Blaine Pullin, Jim Bour, Marci Coons Chris Otcasek, Tom Young. John Offerle, Lori Laukiavich. MISS- ING: Jim Choromanski, Renee Ferrari, Dawn Hector, Mary Holmes, Al Lester, Deanna Smith, Jim Tomsic. I EllllllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll S MAT MAIDS The Wrestling Aides were instrumental in seeing that all ran smoothly for the Panther wrestling team during the season. Wrestling aides helped the coaches through such duties as scrubbing the mats, keeping the scoring and timing records of the team's individuals, and running the videotape machine so that wrestlers could learn from their successes and errors. These girls also constituted a loyal cheering section at each meet. BOTTOM ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTI: Katie Kirchner, Debbie Paul, Angie Oberaitis, Kim Krawczyszyn. ROW TWO: Maria Draxler, Sandy Coulter, Diane Micale Csecretary, historianj, Mary O'TooIe, Laura Draxler, ROW THREE: Denise Andrews, Beth Stephens, Kim Cole, Audrey Urbancic tvice-presidentj, Cheryl Petrick, Sue Jar- muskiewicz, Sharon Prileson. ROW FOUR: Kathy Mihelich, Diane Pierce, Jan Grega, Carolyn Thompson tpresidentj, Jodi Holloway, Amy Lutz ttreasurerj, Gloria Petrick. MISSING: Joy Mast, Nora Dallos, sponsor Miss Haffer. 3 Jlf,-9 'fu I KV ,, , . ll , g15v"-' cfs, It VF? Q 1 - Q 'Hill IME EH YP? IW ' .11'1:1 'HH dAV4HVm'3a n 3 u '5-I WHMHHHHHUHHHHHHNUHHHUHHHHHMUHHHHUHMHUHHHHHHHHHUUHHHHUHHHHHMHHHUMHNMHUHHNUHUHHHHUHHUHHMUUHHHHHHHMMMUHHHHHHUHHHHHU X I S I g ' K -.4 x f .1 4 . ag "' K 1 1 ' X' is 2 4 7 - 4 4- -,. gw , - Z XXV -di' Nr' g - x Ax A A ' , , I W1 XL, L41 211 7 .. 'rYcooNs, INC. 1 The members of the Investment Club met daily to study and discuss the meanderings of the stock market. Students pooled their money to invest in a stock which, according to their careful and detailed research, looked as though it would produce a profit within the course of a few months. Although this experiment was no game, no matter whether they won or lost, they learned by playing. The officers of the Investment Club were: Jeff Mrofchak Cpresidenty, Joe Clark Cvice-presidentj, Ed Lube ftreasurery. 7 All of Mr. Schonauer's economy and stock market classes were members of Investment Club. They were: Greg Brentar, Mark Harmon, Alan Lester, Victor Nolan, Cheryl Abazia, Dale Barnes, Patty Cek, Tony Cell, Connie Cetinsky, Garry Coulter, Ann Grguric, Dave Jones, Andy Kendro, James Kucher, Rob Pinkava, Chuck Nicholls, Joe Pales, Jim Patete, Bob Perusek, Rick Schauer, Bob Szalay, Chris Uram, Scott Wise, Tom Anderson, Rick Armstrong, Bob Blaskovic, Brian Cerbin, Joe Clark, John Colling, Hal Daugherty, Edward Fabec, John Fette, Russell Hennie, Shawn Kahl, Tim Zuponcic, Becky Stephens, Jim Snyder, Mike Pyle, Kelvin Kester, Linda Kordich, Karen Maksymowicz, Robert Papp, Sue Powell, John Ryder, Dave Saletrik, Jeff Schuffert, Carol Troha, John Trommetter, Craig Yoder, Scott Daugher- ty, Mike Cefaratti, Dominic DiVincenzo, Carl Kozlowski, Bob Leonhardt, Ed Lube, Sam Mason, Andy Prause. Members of Kids for Earth were: Tom Appleton, Brian Cerbin, Dino Civitarese, Bob Clapp, Bill Mack, Joe Mack, Jim Schmidt, Sponsor Mr. Soltesz. ', lfifhx- Those who were concerned with preserving our environ- ment and interested in learn- ing to enjoy it joined Kids for Earth. This group of enter- prising people directed their activities toward backpacking, cross-country, skiing and canoeing. They also wrote letters and raised petitions that were sent to local, state, and federal governments hoping to awaken the law- makers into understanding the beauty of our land. llllllllIIIIllIIlllIIIIlIIllIIIIIllllillIlllllllIlllIlIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIlIlIlllllIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIllllllilIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlIlIlIllIllIllllIlIIllIllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll A ts-lg an Q' ,.,..:1:1... -" - - X 3QgegW,igf .ff -Q . f""L"'T 1 A .- - - - - l - . 1-LFE? n ' , - . .f. I 945- ' s, 'Q ' , X. Q . , i X ,sys - 3, X Y- J J ' :mf S1 . - ' 51' l A -: ww ' g . ll is ., c . X1 . ,, '- ' wxsgxge,-' .4 , U " ,Q 1 g A Q V ' ,, 5 ..-,v ' ,TQ -ffm' J- " Y .. f ' A ' Q' 13' ' fb, . I fffga Y in iq. - 'SEQ N I K f .l P 4 53 iii 7 5 A 5 N R 4 ' Q " ' f r - - -' . 1 . .r-' if -- I . - w i' Q 'X . Writing Club members were Ted Baldassarre, Nita Cook, Nada Jaklic, Andy Kendro, Lorraine Peters, Kelly Smith, Karen Stevko, and Sponsor Mr. Weisenberg. ASPIRING AUTHORS Students interested in demonstrating and perfecting their writing talents gathered to- gether to form the Writing Club. The members discussed their own writing ideas and problems, and provided each other with encouragement and suggestions. The purpose of the club in- cluded helping those who enjoyed writing to feel that there were others interested in their work, and to share ideas so that each person's writing could benefit from association with the others. 213 ?QQ?Clu Richard Collins Flora Langley . Jessica Selby . Emily Jordan . Jason Bosley . Phillip Mullins Hubert Ratner Warren Coates f i 4 ' 1 2 4 . The Robin Hood Caper by Fred Carmichel CAST OF CHARACTERS ---A - - - - Joe Choromanski Jan Schimpf Judy Garrett Karen Keller Paul Gubanc - - Q --'-- Steve Bell Mike Wilson ---- - - - A Chris Octasek Frederick Ruggles . . ..... Steve Bour Sylvia Coates ..,. .... Cathy Burns ll i . T ir .. . 'i'Y" 4 Em ' J gg- , -Q 4 "' 'Tx' --6 1- 195, g . f ,,. 'f,:fQ 'f 5 -,-. ef' . 4 2 1 K-' QMS' - ' , V' rn .. l 1 ... . F , MODERN ROBIN HOODS The Winter Play, The Robin Hood Caper, was performed on March 3,4,5 in the Little Theatre. A synopsis of the play is as follows: Richard Collins' aunt, Flora Langley, and her three friends, Rev. Jason Bosley, Phillip Mullins, and Emily Jordan, are reformed criminals who travelled the country doing good deeds. When they hold their annual meeting of the Charities Anonymous Club, they find themselves confronted with a charity problem in their own backyard. The town's mayor, Hurbert Ratner, is trying to kick Richard out of his news- paper office to stop Richard's editorials about the mayor's grafting ways. The charity-minded quartet decides to help Richard keep the newspaper and win the mayorality race which is fine with Jessica Selby, Richard's fiancee. The caper seems to be in jeopardy when Jessica's uncle, Frederick Ruggles, shows up, because he is the policeman who originally arrested the four elderly crooks. In the end, "Rugged" Ruggles exposes the mayor as Hubie the Heist, and Warren Coates, the town's crooked treasurer, and his wife, Sylvia, discover that the Rev. Bosley, is a fake and that Sylvia and Warren are not really married. The play ends with the four ederly people revelling in their new-found problem, a charity ball of which "Rugged" Ruggles is the chairman. TICKETS HERE X The Ad Club was made up of about forty X girls who spent many of their evenings Q selling tickets or programs for all X of Euclid's athletic events. They received free passes to all the games, in recognition of their X GET YOUR OWE, third period, BOTTOM ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mary Deoma, Cheryl Boyd, Rita Her- X shamn, Karen Lorber, Janet Baitt, Maria Festini, Rita Gulgo. ROW TWO: Greg Bealowski, Mike Q Kleinhenz, Dan Miller, Jesse Becerra, Greg Stephens, Marc Scherbarth. ROW THREE: George Q help in working through Stoner, Jeff Elliott, Tom Chanakas, Ron Maxey, Jim Rocco. ROW FOUR: Dave King, Donald x gogd and bad Weather- Weigand, Chip Sietord, Gary Strunge. NOT PICTURED: Advisor Frank Passarella. X , H H 1 o 4 X 0 9,545 X Gif! X f Q 5 Q r o 0 0 O K OWE, first period. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Morris, Chris Pecnik, JoAnn Snyder, Rosemarie Simek, Cindy Evans. ROW TWO Mark Springer, Kevin Mix, Jay Vernon, Leonard Post, Jeff Witt, Chuck Orndoff, Walter Noch, Brian Mecoli, Ron Brinko, Don Ehrke Advisor Tom Hoffart. NOT PICTURED: Dan Misch. Dennis Prevesk, Jim Robertson, Steve Swift, Beverly Tucci, Bob Whitney. 216 Q- .isnmv uf- . fr? . ., ,, , L rw: fr- 'r ..,-11'-' f - . H'-fi' , , L- ' --dillllzclliliilll L l ' !.Ug,1.3.L'A'!"':,::g,:.L2 L " 7 N it wt: G ,4 1 0 n 0 s .L,':.....-Q f ' if ! I 6 ' ,ff-r K' il T7 Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 Q Q X AD CLUB ROSTER: Debbie Andrews, Ruth Ankuda, Diane Barry, Missy Q Bifro, Kathy Bolsar, Eilene Busdiecker, Karen Centa, Maria Draxler, These jUl'IlOrS and X Beth Federici, Karen Garapic, Joan Gundling, Tina Greig. Sue Heimsoth. seniors were members Q Egg? lggb2:',Kl2?r:y Hromyko, Linda lce, Deb Jordan, Kim Kaifesh, Lori , ya, Kim Krawczyszyn, Sylvia Krulc, Laura Lick, Linda of OWE' the Occupa' X Munnings, Diane Nacinovich, Chris Neiman, Laverne Nocera, Patti Noel, fiOr'lal W0rk Experience Q Angie Oberaitis, Evelyn Pana, Helen Pavlovic, Deb Petrich, Cindy Roleck, Club- These young people X gathy Rose, Sue Samuel, Gail Suschek, Julie Szolek, Carmi Tancredi. arol Troha, Lisa Vendeland. learned many ways how to X adapt to the world of work. High- X lights of their activities were their S holding their annual faculty Christmas X brunch and a trip to Cedar Point at the 5 1 end of the year. 5 H 1 Q Q 1 Q X 217 Q X GAL FRIDAYS The co-curricular Clerk-Typist Club, part of the Office Education Association, helped students in office education classes develop student leadership, vocational competence in the office, and enthusiasm for learning and ob- taining knowledge in the office field. Bake sales, candy sales, and novelty sales were held to raise money for field trips and guest speakers. During Christmas and Easter vacations, the club held parties at Mary Mavec for those less fortunate. Club advisors were Mrs. Bensusan and Mrs. Harshman. Jr. Clerk Typists Officers: Tracy Bildinger lHistorianj, Betty Craig lParliamentarianl, Belle Pierdon lPresidentJ, Debi Downing Nice Pres.j, Jo Ann Michael lTreasurerJ. NOT PICTURED Karen Knaus fSecretaryl. Kin I Sr. Clerk Typists CENTER: Michele Vidra fi 25 i . . n-- -- I '-, XT' .X . A .: i'.. Jr. Clerk Typists: CSEATEDJ Lisa Pemberton, Ruta Jaku- bauskas, Patty Redman, Bev Manza. QSTANDINGJ Linda McLaughlin, Patty Krause, Debi Sadowski, Royene Trunkely. CMISSINGJ Karen Raggets. lParliamentarianJ. ROW 2: Brigitte Prause, Barbara Mandato lHistorianJ, Lora Holcombe. ROW 3: Cheryl Warner Nice Pres.l, Susan Huelsman lTreas.J, Teresa Churchill lSec.J, Doreen Miller QPres.J, Barbara Dalton. NOT PICTURED: Christine Kovach, Linda Mikolich, l IIB DL Senior Accounting. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck Nicholls, Lenny Cefaratti. ROW TWO: Cheryl Abazia, Denise Chabrand, Garry Coulter, Karen Capadona, Peggy Fowle, Carol Troha. ROW THREE: Randy Garrett, Judy Allwood, Linda Suchevits, Ann Kish, Laura Bealko, Judy Urban. NOT PICTURED: Kathi Homar, Ray Jablonski, Jackie Parker, Debbie Vojtek. . "" Sr' K S-i ls. r' I in 5, -1 QQ -- ' as . ' " ,Q J U 1 1 . ' ' . f ' -s W M" ,f-. - , , J L . ,MA , J, 1 ' 4 J J? T642 -W , -,,,,.,..- 4 tx., Junior Accounting. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Petchak, Diane DeLuca, Laura Markulin, Noreen Brandick, Denise Hegedus, Nora Burke, Noreen Golden, Mary Kuken, Janet Pozelnik. ROW TWO: Joan Thompson, Dan Novak, Dan Combs, Curt Gasser, Dave Linane, John DeGeronimo, Barry Breining, Brian Makse, Larry Hale. NOT PICTURED: Lorin Bradlee, Dave Harth, Lydia Jurkovic. 1,- Y YHYP 'lg f f....,Uh "Hur 59597 I-3 I The junior and sen- ior Accounting clubs worked with the fine equipment of Euclid High's business de- partment to learn the skills necessary for office careers as book- keepers and account- ants. The club advisors Joe Regano and Kath- leen Radigan encour- aged the development of good habits and though the answers weren't always cor- rect, the students en- joyed the challenge of accounting. 219 ff JOBT ff FOR Data Processing assisted in the development of leadership qualities, interest in the American business system, and the competency in office occupations. Involved in this co-curricular club were 36 Euclid stu- dents. Funds were raised by the sale of candy, fruit, and baked goods and by dances. The Junior Data Pro- cessers were under the direction of Miss Ivansek and President Roger Stenger, Vice-President Mary Kochan, Secretary Cheryl Everson, Treasurer Chris Journey, and HistorianfParliamentarian Veronica Terrill. The Sr. club is sponsored by Mr. Mize and led by Presdient Joseph Frech, Vice-President Mona Perovsek, Secretary Linda Batdorf, Treasurer Keith Blain, Parliamentarian Barb Ducca, and Historian Peggy McLoughlin. The clubs were members of the statewide Occupational Education Program. nxt x "IQ , '- is I-'Lf Nl 5 'Y 'i Q W 'ifli wi - . - V44-X Senlor Vocational Data Processing. BOTTOM: Barb Ducca, Joe Frech, Keith Blain, Linda Yeckley, Mona Perovsek. 2nd ROW: Sue DeLuca, Peggy McLoughlin, Pat Doyle, Mr. Ed Mize, Annette Cirota, Jim Katosic. 3rd ROW: Mike Robinson, Carol Zgonc, David Warder, Linda Batdorf, Judy Purvis, Buddy Shafer. MISSING: Patty Toigo. .2 P O E -any 2 5 1 :I 2 2 2 E Sql Junior Vocational Data Processing. FRONT: Veronica Terrill. 2nd ROW: Janet Hosa, Chris Journey. 3rd ROW: Evelyn Kohler, Laura Griffis, Lori Laukiavich. 4th ROW: Sue Schuenemann, Rose Burrington, Celia Schulik, Cheryl Everson. 5th ROW: Pam Degutis, Mary Konchan, Cathy Vohnout, Valerie Lombardo. 6th ROW: Roger Stenger, Mike DiDomenico, Dave Bllko, Marlene Capicclonl, Ed Locke. gllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIIIllIllIIIIIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllii .S gm ffl" PLEASE." As a co-curricular club, Vocational Stenography provided opportunities for Euclid's future business workers to view the relationship between classroom training and everyday reality. The girls planned business and social field trips. Money was raised through candy and bake sales and car washes. The club also entered local and regional academic contests to test proficiency in various secretarial areas. Club advisors were Mrs. Huefner, Mrs. Regano, and Miss lvancic. Jr. Stenography officers were President Maureen Alaburda, Vice- President Sandy Frattin, and Secretary Sandy Springborn. :cm or I BOTTOM ROW Carol Blasko Teresa Kuklnca Cindy Hassel Eileen Imler Mrs Maureen Huefner, Lori Pollock, Laura Ogden, Dena Grosel, Carol Novlnc Debbi Kaufman Mary Miller 2nd ROW Vicky DuBecky Maureen Alaburda, Sandy Springborn. Donna Johnston, .Carol Poulas Sandy Frattm Cindy Yaggie 3rd ROW Annette Crlado Paula Kardos Jan Markham. MISSING: Dawn Ayres, Holly Sterbuk. 221 TAKE A LETTER COE 10. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pamela Golden, Mrs. Carol Williams, Karen Maksymowicz itreasurerj, Sue Kraince ivice-presidentj, Debbie Zaller, Barbara Hribar, Nancy Mikovic lhistoriany, Diane Kavel. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Engelking, Laurie Nawor, Mary Beth Dublekar, Anne Miller, Cheryl Powell lsecretaryy. THIRD ROW: Debra Manfredonia, Loren lvansek, Kelly Martin, Judy Godnavec ipresidentj, Lisa Danzinger, Jannelle Berzin iparliamentarianj. 3 '13 fuv Fi Going to school for only half a day ap- pealed to some few dozen seniors who signed up for Cooperative Office Education. These hours were spent training on various office machines, and working in various firms in 0 the afternoon. 0 .L m ,X 5 - ' I Tru - 'i ,L .au la. COE 20. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilee Rojeck, Patricia Stewart, Bethann Miller lsecretaryj, Russ Hennie, Joe Hanak Qparlia- rnentarianl. SECOND ROW: Patricia Cek, Connie Cetinsky, Josie Strle itreasurerl, Darcy Ryder ihistorianj, Joann Gugliotta Qpresidentj, Duane Serksms. Carole Baizel, Dawn Appleton. MISSING: Ilse Dougherty, Sharon Machine, Mrs. Eleanor Weigand. IIII VICA Vocational Industrial Clubs of America was a state-wide organization, which was formed from classes like Diversified Cooperative Training. VICA enabled young adults to come to an understanding of the busi- ness world's competative atmosphere. Many students competed in their selected fields in state and nationwide contests. I BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: AI Johnson, Laura Anderson, Eric Himmelman, Nadine McLean, Mike Semega. SECOND ROW: Laura Plavcan, Cathy Lehman lpresidentj, JoAnne Oyaski lsecretaryj. THIRD ROW: Mr. Eichhorn ladvisorj, Alan Leinweber ltreasurery, Bonnie Brooker, Jenny Gephart, Sue Archacki, Kathy Mendoza, Teri Blakeley Nice-president, Queenj, Pat Hrivak, Linda Turk. FOURTH ROW: Duane Reschke, Barb Chuha, Debbie Market, Carole Manion, Tracy Wintle, Jim Perl. IIlllllllllllIlllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllIllIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll THE PRINTERS These people make up the Voca- tional Graphic Arts club. They do all of the printing for the school, ranging from the Survey to the hall passes and cut slips that the faculty uses! Many hours are spent preparing these items, with fine quality work turned out every time. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Traina, Don Traina. SECOND ROW: Lester Kazol, Jim Eireman, Brian Houser, Kelly Mains. 223 Because of their outstanding performances in their respective varsity sports, these men became members of the Lettermen. They helped to raise funds for maintaining the teams' 0' ' equipment and uniforms, helping to ease the athletic department's budget. These men ' deserved much recognition for their athletic accomplishments and fund-raising activities. if-, ' Qt: sa ss Qs Q9 Q0 Q9 66 . QQ . at SX: S X ' Q' 5 x. ees 'I u Q We ' i BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eric Jochum, Steve Basler, Scott Wilson, Jim Hug, Bob Debevc, Bob cvs 5 Gold, John Ryder. SECOND ROW: Steve McKenna, Chris Dole, Ed Delaney, Dave Ulepic, Jim Sum- se '-T,,," ner, Jack Gregorin, Mark Centa, Dave Yeckley, sponsor Ron Seymour. vv9s ' 9 I 9 . 9 .0 ! IllllluiliniIIlmi:muwllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllluinmuiminiui1iuiIiIin1IiIiliIilIliIIIIlililllililililllllililllilllillli llllllllll CREA I IVE N., N 4-: Probably the most creative pub- lication at the high school was the Eucuyo, EucIid's literary magazine. The Eucuyo is unique in that the 3 innermost thoughts and refined i talents of Euclid's students are expressed through the poetry and short stories which are printed. The Eucuyo is published once L each year, and the staff members worked hard sorting through hundreds of pieces of literature which is donated to them, choos- ing only the best for the final publication. FRONT: Heather Stump, editor-in-chief. BACK: Linnea Purvis. short story ed.: Evie Pana, art ed.,: Ted Baldassarre. asst. ed.: Lauren Parsons, poetry editor: Patty DeMarco, asst. art ed. 224 S W ' S .P ss , ' ses es S S Q 0 x xx S S xx QX vs ego Need to know why there should be a comprehensive program of penal sox reform in the United States? Well, any of the Debate Club members will discuss - 3 QQ' the topic, as evidenced by their success in the district debate tournaments. The Q6 members of the Debate Club are pictured below. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Svc Pam Wright, Ms. Janis Jordan, Nancy Pryatel. SECOND ROW: Holly McClurg, Rich QV' Jambor, Brian Remona. MISSING: Jim Claybough, Doug Jones. s gs s sy vs 9 l llllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllIIIllIllIlllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllllllllIIlllllIlIlIlIlIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll lllllll, , l I LEFT TO RIGHT: Patti Spalek, Lauren Parsons, Evie Pana, Mary Clarke, Linnea Purvis, Heather Stump, Mr. Jerry Henderson Csponsorj. Ted Baldassarre, Joan Deveney, Cathy Santa, Gary Shay. MISSING: Patty DeMarco. 225 i l Survey Editorial, LEFT TO RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: Lorraine Peters, Mary Clarke, Linnea Purvis, Vesna Matic, Patty DeMarco Sue Liggett. SECOND ROW: Eric Hanson, Peggy Laycock, Donna Jurman, Mary McCullough, Joanna McCaskie, Karen Keller Marc Freedman, Ted Baldassarre, Laurie Foreman. MISSING: Kirk Sonnie, Nancy Mikovic, Duane Reschke, Chuck Sherrill. 'F-fx X -.., . qi! H Advisors Justin Antonini and William McGuinness. Editor Qin-needll Mary Clarke. I izxt OS ,X ?f5XE 5 -t -Tn N,-1. ff" his livi- Survey Business staff: Doreen Bakvic, Elaine Deptola, Pat Doyle, Beda Federici, Joe Frech, Lee Ann Glinski, Cindy Haney, Mary Holmes, Barbara Hribar, Michelle Jamnik, Ellen Kast, Diane Lang, Diane Lockhart, Val Lombardo, Peggy McLoughlin, Mary Kay Joyce, Brenda Loraw, Joann McCaskie, Tami Meany, Steve Medves, Bethann Miller, Cheryl Petrick, Cynthia Rhyne, Patricia Roeder, Mary Schneider, Rose Simek, Julie Stragishe, Veronica Terril, Tina Troha, Linda Yeckley. Survey editors, LEFT TO RIGHT: Laurie Foreman-Sports, Mary Clarke-Editor-in-chief, , Linnea Purvis-Managing Editor, Patty DeMarco-Art. NOT PICTURED: Nancy Mikovic- Managing Editor. H" Q Advisor Jane Blabolil. ,Wh g H 'H' X. JV: QE '.. ,elf JG 1' if, THE UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPER All year long, the Euclidian and Survey staffs enjoyed a friendly rivalry as the two chief publications at the high school. The Survey staff worked hard to write articles and meet deadlines so that each newspaper was read and appreciated by fellow students. A large magazine issue came off the presses in December and sucessfully proved the staff's talents. An added feature in this year's Survey was the creation of a serial soap opera, "As the Survey Turns." 227 s. 1 ' Euclidian Staff: 1. Jim Simeo, 2. Rob Frank, 3. Bill Hanlon, 4. Cheryl Frank, 5. Sylvia Krulc, 6. Laura Plavcan, 7. Jackie Mihelcic, 8. Chuck Sherrill, 9. Paul Stroud, 10. Jean Mason, 11 Sue Moeller, 12. Sue Prizzi, 13. Debbie Polaski, 14. Kelly Kozak, 15. Hannah Gleisser. 16. Bernie DiSanta. ' Q0 . +L 1 I A X NO!!! THE DEADLINE 4, l'm a Surclidian Ca Survey and Euclidian memberj. 'VAS YESTERDAY!!! SEN I EOR., NX B A ,ni , .. 6.1. --s,.Nw:.e -X. g -Q ' ' . " f' siQggQ5 4 ,... 3' ill 'l 1 Y , m, 'I I 3 f ., O 0 - X N3 x u lu- md '..f'jC. ' qs. - x LU' -1 - ZW 'QM1 SQ. t li -'41 ,ce -Q .J 2. V KN X.-'ii Advisers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nathaniel Dickinson, Robert Hall. ROW 1, BOTTOM TO TOP: Nora Burke, Becky Stephens, LaVerne Nocera, Laura Sustar, Bill Lyle, Rich Pappas, Diane Rebeck, Ivana Rozman. ROW 2: Amy Hill, Mary Pat Cosgriff, Dottie Schultz, Beth Stephens, Sheri Mikanovich, Robin Pinkava, Debbie Carson, Norm Reed, Laura Plavcan. Dedicated beyond compre- hension is the only phrase that even comes close to describing the yearbook staff. Out of about 60 persons who worked on the book, there was a group of about one dozen who carried the weight. Without each person's help, no matter how small, it never could have been done. The troubles we had involved broken cameras, winter school closings, missed deadlines, lost pictures, mistakes, and human frailties. The amount of time spent on this book is immeas- urable-vacation days spent at work parties, dinner hours stuck in the Euclidian office, sacrificed lunch periods, wee hours of the morning spent on the Senior section, and the constant worry! There were fun times, too: ice skating parties, workshops, and fifth period lunch. But the best reward was to see the emergence of the product of all our hard work. The time and care put into this publica- tion seems worth it all when the last page is printed and the book is complete, 229 G, ,lb ...a--4'- 'Gd' I I Hull TA' .QA . I X W N. Xi M I Underclass Editors-Debbie Polaski if P Editor-Sue Prizzi IO f 11 71' L-A f' K Fi - 4- A 1,11-,J"2-,. :A I . x - ' .1 hx ' ,. . ... ,-I K Md, .f wi 1 K, -NM' ji.. x .f J-. -'S N' ' "af," .,-. ,Arr , ,L :l.A'.N- . '4'It--"- - " V ' :sk 'y. I -1, . .qrgtpf ' MTE 1 ' -A . ijjfi' f . , H. wi, f . ni v ,X 1 ,v -A. '- z - ff-..w+ ' 'L VM - x ,443 ,. n ,-1' ' ' L '. mg? T155 . .Mug 3 fx., -r -N ,,-. 1 1. . ' ,pw - '11-x I - K-4 . Ari? A pr . j.' -' . - ' .fx ,H 3-.IN I l li, ff-xgx' , , f in .- - fn.-.1 ,n - .-.-',- . gf- '-f--.-gy., -.fx-' ' .le Yr' ,4,,.l'7:v-- 54", Q- .g HM an ,, If-rf ",.. jvs 1 L ,. -I Q 4 1 N., Q., -,. -.-g- ,f , 4 4' uf.-., . . ,suv ,v r ,A ,,- , N N A -. , . - ,, J ,piortgldltoq-Kumijiaifesh L ., h 1 . 41' '25 , ' ' 4 f x .1 r Vik ' v I Q c xr, q 1 ' . 5... ., v , - ,. 1 , A 1 1 va wifi.. , -I 0 x J' Tvgvx ditbr-4 ean Mason 1 f was ,ly Q b I r ffi X tt X One word that described why the students came back to school on Wednesday evenings was "SPIRIT!" Organized by Student Council, this .,.. , . W "" . L,--f-Qt . I rl IC? xv - -in a." L group of energetic and fun-loving people called their club Spirits. They painted creative signs that were hung in the schooI's hallways, which in- spired Euclid's various teams to sound victories. R X as-Q. 'il We are athletic supporters!!! ynwf' , i f 5' "isis, S3 Q35 y 'g 'W ,f fp , . " N ' 'ksxat SV Q yr Swv: xrx-I .. 1 P T, , r t 5-X - :iv his ,M lx. is 3 s Q ! is ..L Z' 6 Fig! J: Q 6- A L -, wht V: 4' gl . Iqxfleixlxfc ' . T - fi' H? . t A -- -xl .Lx 1' Q", g,:,.iY , C 1 1, " "1 ,L 'Z i 5 A. e 'H la O 5 Q . , -'lf Q 'U 'N Q 5 lxif A, . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, LEFT T0 RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: Sue Hadzima, Quelo Heath, Eric Jochurrl. Liz Conway, Becky Stephens, Sandie DiTomaso. ROW TWO: Nancy Nemecek, Marty LaCava, Lisa Pensantis, Jody Holloway, Carrni Tancredi, Ron Ranallo. ROW THREE: Sue Knight, Bob Gold, Laurie Neff, Jan Novotny, Nannette DiTornaso. rv V4 A ngfl , 'I .F ,, , - tic: wx 'IW ' i Fx- S --X: L -X, fic, iafgz' . 11-.V ,fri ,SEQ-.f A ,4 ,it 1 if, GE. ' It if ' 3 'N W' :E H , ,, 1- Lasers. Q 1 X E Advisors Ken Lowe and Marc Manburg. N f THE IVIINI-GOVERN MENT The Student Council was the only recognized voice of the student body. They had numerous projects this year, but their main achievements were the success of Homecoming and Winter Festival. They were responsi- ble for organizing the pep rallies and assemblies. They worked hard in raising money for us to obtain vending machines for the E-Room, such as the air hockey and the juke box. Student Council made possible the third annual Bloodmobile drive, and they prepared Thanksgiving baskets and a Christmas party. Without their help, Euclid's student body would have gone unheard with their suggestions to improve the school. 254 l ' l ' tl I il1', W E 4 5 I ,X - F 7 , ,J ' i5f,r"' :su ' .-mill? i ,X Af--.,k.W,.. ,L . -F 5 , -.xl , f' 12 '- . , , -Q! A' officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: :Agp - . ' Sandie DiTomaso CSec- p 3 g -- 3,f.-,,-- getaryg, tflanldlly tSoiith '2 .g. : . F,,5Q Q i as 47 :2-,I 7 x, V pres: en , ar y a- l,r.ig..Q... we if ' A Cava Cviceepresidentj, ' -JL --Vf H .1 r ' . - .V Laurie Neff qTreasurerj. ,MH iflg, i f lil l 1 J i till i' 'jf 1 J f ,If l I . I I li, 4 5 5 , 3 ' 1 l 5 5 ' I , ,. I 1 X X ill ' Fi . J l G l 'lig j I I I .i, , il' ,i, ., tx Ag .N i . Lfabx' 'N Student Council, SENIORS: Ted Anderson, Patty Arnold, Monte Carlo, Mike Cefaratti, Tony Cell, Bob Gold, Sue Hadzima Consuelo Heath, Jody Holloway, Linda Ice, Andy Kendro, Barb Kirchner, Sue Knight, Jan Novotny, Jim Orme, Diane Rado, Ron Ranallo, Peggy Rinderle. Bob Ruuska, Dotty Schultz, Becky Stephens, Marylou Stermole, Shari Strauss, Paul Stroud, Mary Ellen Turk JUNIORS' Karen Alaburda, Jeff Cika, Donna James, Ruth Jerome, Lori Katz, Chuck Keay, Diane Nacinovich, Tory Neff, Nancy Nemecek, Jenny Otcasek, Lisa Pen' santis, Liana Phillips, Adam Shunk, Kim Snyder, Carmie Tancredi, Marian Wallace, Chris Whaling, Helen Pavlovic, Beth Stephens, Karen Cooke, Gail Suscheck, Larry lnsana. SOPHOMORES: Lisa Bachman, Mary Beth Ficere, Kim Terrill, Eric Jochum, Nanette DiTomaso, Donna Miller, Liz Conway. 235 HO ORED JOURNALISTS International Quill and Scroll was a select group of students who were chosen as members due to their outstanding journalistic achievements on any of the school's publications. These members of Eucuyo, Survey, and Euclidian demonstrated their editing and literary abilities through service and management with- in their club, and this talent was recognized and ap- preciated by their nomination and acceptance into I.Q.S. by their advisors. The editors of the Survey, Eucuyo, and Euclidian, Mary Clarke, Heather Stump and Sylvia Krulc, respectively, served as presidents of the club. it 09' , G5 -A, Qs-,,t l - - Y N l . Q 1 - I ' Q . 1 .32 ' Q19 F - r Survey Editorial I.Q.S. members. OO Ou I give 00009 Obie Ofiig 0905 OGG tty ogg .iffy 5. Euclidian I.Q.S. members. Euclidian Nancy Ayers Cheryl Frank Eric Hanson Mark Harmon Eucuyo Carl Baldassarre Jean Deveney Laurie Neff Evie Pana . - '.f:15'g-QgH1wr'b- Eucuyo IQS member- Survey Business Pat Doyle Sue Liggett Diane Lockhart Peggy McLaughlin Amy Hill Lauren Parsons Cheryl Modic Kim Kaifesh Jan Schimpf Tina Troha Kelly Kozak Gary Shay Linda Yeckley Sylvia Krulc Heather Stump Jean Mason 4 Vesna Matic xxillwwlwlfw Gloria Petrick N GQ Debbie Polaski Sue Prizzi 6 9 Norm Reed Nancy Santa Beth Stephens E Survey Editoral Mary Clarke Patty DeMarco Laurie Foreman Peggy Laycock Vesna Matic Mary McCullough Nancy Mikovic Lorraine Peters Duane Reschke Kirk Sonnie 238 Euclid's senior inductees. as--gi. 7 Junior inductees: Lynn Badstibner, Michael Bartok, Judith Blazun, Kathleen Bolsar, Judith Bohn, Lynn Borzi, Stephen Bour, James Bradshaw, Eilleen Busdiecker. Deborah Carson, Karen Cooke, James Daugherty, Frank Dobler, Christopher Dole, Jack Downer, Maria Draxler, Victoria Dubecky, Donna Ellenbest, Margaret Eyman, Helen Fabianich, Beda Federici, Nancy Filsinger, Cheryl Frank, Edward Franko, Marc Freedman, Lynn Garapic, Judith Garrett, Lee Glinski, John Glovan, Stanley Gregorin, Jeffrey Hauser, David Henry, Lora Hlabse, Mary Ice, Richard Jambor, Ruth Jerome, Charles Kapec, Paula Kay Kardos, Lori Katz, Karen Keller, Joanne Klepacki, Evelyn Kohler, Kim Krawczyszyn, Stefanie Krofina, Teresa Kuklica, Laura Lick, Keith Lockhart, George Mazzaro, Teresa Melfi, Lisa Meyer, Diane Micale, Kathleen Mihelich, Cheryl Morabito, Nancy Ann Nemecek, Angela Oberaitis, Laura Ogden, Scott Parker, Eva Parziale, Beatrice Petraska, Deborah Petrich, Gloria Petrick, Kenneth Powell, Nancy Pryatel, Diane Rebeck, Marcia Reed, Sandra Lee Reid, James Roeder, Lynn Sample, Laura Scher- barth, Janice Schimpf, Ellen Sesek, Philip Setnik, Sally Sidak, Bryan Speece, Louise Sper, Gail Suscheck, Julie Szolek, Robert Thomas, Beth Thompson, Jeffery West, Debra Williams, Denis Wolowiecki, Dawn Woodruff, Lynn Wutchiett. Senior Inductees: Mark Amoroso, Michael Batchko, Janelle Berzin, Spencer Brady, Linda Bratlna, Richard Bregitzer, Gregory Brentar, Mlchael Cefarattl, Karen Centa, Joseph Choromanski, Mary Clarke, Mary Pat Cosgrlff, Patricia DeMarco, Cheryl Deoma, Bryan Derreberry, Mary Beth Doblekar, Kenneth Dorsch, Susan Duffy, Perry Edelbergs, Joseph Frech, Margaret Glzzi, Linda Glick, Judith Godnavec, Tina Greig, Timothy Henkel, Laura Hood, David Jones, Deborah Jordan, Shawn Kahl, Lauren Kazen, Gary Keefe, Barbara Kirchner, Timothy Kooser, Deborah Leveno, Debra Lusky, Edward Lube, Debra Lee Manfredonia, Carole Manlon, Deborah Markert, Catherine Melfi, Sheri Mikanovich, Laura Neff, Charles Nicholls, James Orme, Joanne Oyaski, Mary Beth Perry, Lorraine Peters, Diane Pierce, Cheryl Powell, Michael Pozun, Roberta Prioreschi, Susan Prizzi, Diane Rawlings, Helmut Richardt, Vin- cent Rozman, Timothy Russell, Robert Ruuska, David Saletrik, Thomas Salopek, Kathleen Sands, James Schmidt, Gary Shay, Michael Svilar, Carol Troha, Davld Ulepic, Cary Wolf. 1 SCHOLARLY STUDENTS National Honor Society consisted of students with high grade point averages who were also active in com- munity and school activities. A cautious selection pro- cess which followed the dicta of a national charter in- sisted on a close inspection of applicants' records. For this reason, a student chosen for membership was likely to carry good qualities of leadership, scholarship, and service with him through life, being an asset to society. ge. Senlor NHS members: Thomas Anderson, Patricia Arnold, Denise Ayers, Nancy Ayers, Douglas Boone, Phillip Braun, John Brodhacker, Emily Burns, Patrick Campbell, Marilyn Carter, Sherry Cebul, Nada Coso, Daniel Crawford, Jean Czyzycki, Carol Dallos, Patricia De Frain, Sandra Di Tomaso, Louise Dommer, James Drobnick, Mary Erdani, Daryl Fanney, Renee Fetko, Laurie Foreman, Carolyn Franko, Linda Fresenko, Christine Gelev, Elizabeth Goldrich, Paul Gubanc, Susan Hadzima, Mark Harmon, Joseph Hegedus, Susan Heimsoth, Amy Hill, Jo Anne Holloway, John Jue, Kim Ann Kaifesh, Thomas Knific, Susan Knight, Laura Korynoski, Sylvia Krulc, Diane Kwasny, Ingrid Lackner, Robin Lamm, Diane Lockhart, Nicolette Lowe, Amy Lutz, Jeanne Mason, Nancy Mikovic, Catherine Miller, Roger Miller, Eric Mizner, Susan Moeller, Diane Mc- Carty, Holly McCIurg, Evelyn Pana, Lauren Parsons, Susan Petscher, Robin Pinkava, Debbie Polaski, Linnea Purvis, Diane Rado, Ronald Ranallo, Margaret Rinderle, Katherine Rossmann, Nancy Santa, Jeffrey, Schellentrager, Jeffrey Schuffert, Charles Sherrlll, Connie Sims, Randal South, Denise Smith, Mary- lou Stermole, Sharon Strauss, Heather Stump, Valerie Tancredi, Beth Ann Tellch, Carolyn Thompson, Mary Ellen Turk, Randolph Turk, Audrey Urbancic, Joyce Waschura, Scott Wilson, Scott Wise, Paul Yanchar, Donna Zuro. NHS Officers Randy Turk-President Jean Mason-Vice president Amy Hill-Secretary Chris Gelev-Treasurer C0 M P U T E R LEFT T0 RIGHT: Dave Jones, Norm Reed, Gary Keefe, Mike Kupfer, Kevin Halberg, Kathy Rossmann, Mr. Reno. JOCKS The Computer Jocks provided Euclid High with many beneficial projects. Through the efforts of these industrious I students, many programs were com- pleted to aid both student and teacher 3 alike. The Senior Index, general elections i ' CHomecoming, Winter Festival, and Stu- dent Councilj, and various games such as Jet Land, Blackjack, Tragectory, and Drop Ca physics project, using a series of questions and calculations to drop a Hbombb, have been developed, com- piled, and executed by Computer Jocks' members. In addition to working on their own, members also found time to help any student or teacher with FX questions concerning the computer. This functional club is multiplying in numbers, and should continue to do so as interest in computer technology increases. rf, 4- T l ' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIllIIIllIlllllIIllIlIlllIIIIIIlIIIllIIllIllllll'IllllllIIIIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIllIllIIllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllll Activity Accounting ..,............. Ad Club ..................... American Field Service CAFSJ ., Audio Aides ................ ... Bands ......,.,.......... .. . Boys Swim Leaders .. ... Cheerleaders ........ . . Child Care ............ . . Childrens Drama Club .... .. Choirs ........................... .. Clerk-Typists ....................... Cooperative Office Education CCOEJ ,... Computer .locks ........,.......,, Cosmetology ..............,...... . . Data Processing ..., Debate .,........ Euclidian ....... , , Eucuyo .............,.....,. . . Fall Play ,,.............,..... Girls Athletic Association CGAAJ ., Girls Gym Leaders .....,...... Girls Swim Leaders ...,....... Homecoming ,...........,...... International Quill and Scroll CIQSJ ... .. Investment Club ,,............,... .. Kev Club .,....,. ....... Kidsfor Earth ,. 240 4 Activities Index. Page 219 ...217 ...,201 .... 192 196,197 .... 180 188,189 206,207 ... 211 194,195 ... 218 ... 222 ... 240 208,209 ... 220 .... 225 228,229 230,231 224,225 190,191 ... 204 202,203 ... 180 . 16,77 78,79 236,237 ... 212 182,183 . 213 Activity Lettermen .... Majorettes ...... Marching Band ,... Media Aids ...........,...... Metal Sculpture .................. fff 184,185 1 Page 224 l 233 192 j 200 National Honor Society CNHSJ ....,.... ... 238,239 Occupational Work Experience COWEJ Pink Panthers ....................,. Pinochle Club ... Powder Puff . . . Radio Club ...... Red Cross .......... Science Seminar .... Ski Club .............. Soph. Jr., Sr. Classes .... Spirits .............., Stenography ....... Student Council .. Student Store . . . Survey ............... VICA .................... Vocational Graphic Arts . . . Wai Napolo ............. Winter Festival . . . Winter Play ...... Wrestling Aides ... Writing Club ..... 500 Mile Club ... 216 183 ... 192,193 ... 186,187 193 200 204,205 181 ... 198,199 232 221 ... 234,235 205 ... 226,227 223 223 202,203 1 ... 96,97 98,99 .... 214,215 211 213 210 ,rf Q A Uncle Mike: Thank you for making all the rough times OK and all the good times better. Going to the plant was really great. We love you and wouldn't trade you for anyone else in the it's' your shave! ,- "x UG 10 1.0 10 11 7' , 12 10 11 5 lo-10 Baseball 3 :ff -.1.f '12 if 10-12 10-12 12 12 -TJ 10.11 12 10 11,12 10-12 10-12 10 11,12 12 12 10-12 THOMAS R Tom 10-12 12 11,12 12 12 DEBRA K Debbie 11,12 10,11 11,12 12 10 11 12 10,11 12 , AYER J. AFS Ssnlor Class Teachar's Aid GI C IQ L .4 B BARRY PAUL J -Scub S. ., .-2,5 ,4- 11,12 11 it 10-12 12 10 11,12 11, 10 15g 12 12 .-Bach 11,12 12 11 10 10,11 10-12 11,12 12 12 L ED-Ted 12 12 12 12 L.-Sandy 11,12 M.-Patty ' -54" , 10x s Y BOWERS, LEONARD BURNS, EMILY-Em Glforalimrs YG., if -4' T . 7 3 I NHS 11 12 vii' im' I9 P '-Fi? I I ,U YA ANN Q fr , , ' 1 Wal NapoIoSect. '12 V gf- I S I 1 SwlmLeadersGlrls 10 . ell 07 . 12 ' 0 'S ' ' 1. 1' , Plhk, vClulr f ' 2 E' ' " 5e"'0'?:" 'W 5 I 12 Y Y :PI?I lIlS1 10 V 2:3151 anaml E , l 1 l n33g'l'm'9::Nlght V . InvestmentCIub ' i 12 Q t arslty Chorale 1 - A 1 y' ' .mm CEK, PATRICIA LYNN!-mqup-2 ., i If - ervufmmmuem - ...si f ' Pr.. , GI l'SCh0r 5 E' C.0.E.CI h , Y If Gl:fwImlInlng P' Investme':l!Cluh tg 1 I, Wal polo , 2 0.E.A. Club 12 - , mn. I ! FLQRENCE-Lori 1 icy., ANTHONY+Mouth , , " ' . 10-12 11 splrnsqaananasy 4 I I 10.f 1 f' 10 11 StudentCouncll Q 12 . I doo T A - 5 g,, I lrowdgrl'-::fCoach 4 V I R SenIorCablnet gn I gyarslty Chorale 11,H E- ' f' ANN Sonlorcleu 11 -Pa Senlor Talent Nlght 12 i , StenographyCIub 11,12 'm'9"m9mc'ub H H .""' 1-A O.E.A.CIllh 12 Track CENTA, KAREN A. NHS Ad Club 10 geyclub sean It 1-111431 1 wlm Leaders Boys , 500 MII CI h 12 Senlorglasr 10 ' . , 1 -, 12 , CA f' :'+ , T-Bob X . 10-12 4' A.-Ma An n 'N eade F 'U Q ' PowderPu V leader BRIAN D' . ' -,s 10-12 Tennls "' ' " 1042 SenlorT xi I . ' V d V ' 10 1o'n Lv- V. I-,imrlchlng I nd 1 10-12 1012 ' ' AV -" I 10-12 Talen!Nl 10-12 - . - , M Irgvgnnmnclub 12 ev, A .T.S.A. 1 - ' v , ANNE E. ' , Jubl K.-Judi ' connle , Clerk-Typlst 11 Glrl'sChorus 10 A. R'cHARD D- CANNON, TERRY L. 11,13 W 11 CAPADONA, KAREN M.-cap - " CHABRAND GAA 12 Gym Leaders 12 055 emi C.0.E. Hlstorlan 12 GlrI'sBasketbalI 11 A Gl l's Trac! 10-12 ' Jrr Class I 11 12 V EVEN F. Sz . , ,., 2 MONTE F. 10 Q 11,12 12 Q 10 10-12 12 RONALD aader 12 I , , ' ,V 11 1 In 10-I2 ' CHOROMA. 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COLLING, JOHN T.-Jack Letterman Club 10 Soccer 10-12 Jr. Class 11 Senior Class 12 Powder Puff Majorette 12 Investment Club 12 COLUMBUS, MICHAEL-Mike Cross Country 10 CONLEY, LESLIE J. Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Skl Club 10-12 SpIrItsfBananasj 11 Student Council 11 GAA 11 Teacher's Aid 12 COOK, JUANITA L.-Nita Horsemanshlp Club 10 Radlo Club 10 Teacher's Ald 12 Sports Ald 10 Glrl's Chorus 10 COSGRIFF, MARY PAT-Cos Euclldlan Staff 12 Euclldlan Salesman 12 Senlor Scandal 12 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Senlor Class 12 Senlor Talent Night 12 NHS 12 LLAH Trebor Club 12 COSO, NADA-Chozo Euclldlan Staff 10 NHS 11,12 Splrlts iBananasl 10,11 Powder Putt Football Blue 12 Glrl's Chorus 10 Senlor Class 12 Jr. Class 11 Teacher's Ald 11,12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 COSTANZO, DAVID A. Key Club 10.12 J.V. Football Choral Masters Powder Puff Cheerleader Senlor Class COUGHLIN, JAMES F. COULTER, GARRY J. O.E.A. Club 0,E.A. Vlce Presldent Investment Club 10 10,11 12 12 12 12 12 COWLING, KATHERINE D.-Kathy Glrl's Chorus Stenography Club Powder Puff Football Gold 10 11,12 12 CRAWFORD, DANIEL A.-C-Dad Key Club Key Club V. Pres. Powder Puff Cheerleader Jr. Class Senlor Class NHS Senlor Talent Nlght CREDICO, PHILIP CROW, KEVIN L.-C. Roach Orchestra CURTIS, SUSAN--Sue CUTSHALL, MICHELLE M. CZYZYCKI, JEAN M.-Jean NHS GAA Glrl's Baseball Glrl's Volleyball Powder Puff Football Blue Senlor Talent Nlght Gymnastics Jr, Class DALLOS, CAROL K.---Carol NHS Plnk Panther Club Plnk Panthers V. Pres. Glrl's Swimming Powder Puff Football Gold Senlor Class Jr, Class Senior Talent Night Sports Aid DALTON, BARBARA J.--Barb Clerk-Typist IOE D'AMICO, DAVID V.-Dave weight club J.V. Football DANIEL, PAULA J.-Paula DANZINGER, LISA-Lisa C.O.E. Club NEOCOEC O.E.A. 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DIVINCENZO, DOMENIC Hockey 11 Investment Club 12 Dl'TOMASO, SANDRA-Sandie Senlor Talent Night 12 Eucuyo 12 GAA 11 Medical Careers 10 NHS 11,12 Student Council Sect. 12 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Girl's Chorus 10 SenlorClass 12 5tudentCouncll 11,12 P.T.S.A. 12 DIVITO, DAVID Tennis 12 .l.V. Tennis 10 J.V. Soccer 11 DOBLEKAR, MARY BETH NHS 12 0.E.A. Club 12 DOBRIN, DAVID DODD, ANTONIA L.-Toni Horsemanshlpclub 11 Gymnastlcs 12 DOLES, DONNA M. Stenography Club 11,12 DOLES, RICHARD A. DOLSEN, MICHAEL J. Band 10-12 Marchlng Band 10-12 DOMITOR, MARCIA DOMITOR, MICHELLE DOMMER, LOUIS NHS 11,12 DORSCH, KENNETH W. Swlm Leaders Boys 11,12 Water Polo 10-12 Water Polo Captain 12 J.V. Swlrnmlng 10 NHS 12 Swlmmlng 10-12 DOTTORE, LOUIS C. WelghtClub 10 J.V. Football 10 DOUGHERTY, ILSE M. 0.E.A.Club 12 DOWHAN, MARK A. iii-in , Dons, DOUGLAS P. DOYLE, PATRICK J. Survey Bus. Data Processlng Club Wrestllng Computer Jocks 0.E.A. Club ' IQS DROBNICK, JAMES R. Key Club V. Pres. 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GLICKER, ROBIN M. Splrlts QBananasl SkIClub Medlcal Careers GAA Glrl'sChorus GODLER, EMILY M. o.E. Club GODNAVEC, JUDITH A.-Judy C.O.E. Club Pres. NHS 0.E.A. Club GOLD, ROBERT S.--Bob Track Choral Masters Letterman Club Splrlts lBananasl Student Councll 500 Mlle Club Cross Country Captaln Cross Country Indoor Track Indoor Track Captaln Track Captaln 10,11 10,11 10-12 12 10-12 10 11,12 11,12 12 12 12 10 11 11 11 11 11,12 11,12 12 12 11 12 10,11 10,11 12 10 10 10,11 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 11,12 10.11 11.12 10 12 10-12 10-12 10 10,11 10 12 12 12 12 10-12 10,11 10-12 10-12 11,12 11,12 12 10-12 10-12 12 12 GOLDEN. MARY T. GOLDEN, PAMELA E.-Pam C.0.E. Club 12 O.E.A. Club 11.12 0.E.A. Secretary 11 Stenography Club 11 OEA Hlstorian 11 GOLDRICH, ELIZABETH--Lisa NHS 11.12 Radlo Club 10 GOLE, CHRISTINE A. Ad Club 10,11 GAA 10,11 Spiritsftlananasy 10 GlrI's Basketball 10 Glrl's Tennis 10-12 Girl's Volleyball 10 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Jr. Class 11 Senior Class 12 GRABINSKI, RUTH A.-Ruth Babes Clerk-Typist V. Pres. 1 1 Clerk-Typist Sect. 11 Plnlt Panther Club 10 Sports Aid 12 GRAHAM, HENRY A. GREGA, JANIS E. Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Senior Class 12 Sports Aid 10-12 GREIG, TINA Ad Club 12 Euclldlan Staff 10,12 Euclldlan Salesman 12 Glrl's Chorus 10 Sports Ald 10,12 Teacher's Aid 12 NHS 12 LLAH Trebor Club 12 Senlor Talent Night 12 GRGURIC, ANN-Charlie Majorette Club 10 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Investment Club 12 GRIDA, DINO-Girda GROSS, KIMBERLY A. GRUBER, CHRISTOPHER D.E. Club 11.12 Debate Club 12 GUBA PAUL F. AFS 11,12 Medlcul Careers 10 NHS 11,12 Choral Masters 10 Varslty Chorale 11,12 Blg Show 10-12 Fall Play 11,12 Winter Play 10,12 Senlor Talent Nlght 11 Chlldrens Drama Club 10,11 GUGLIOTTA, .IOANN-Gugs C.0.E. Club 12 C.0.E, Club Pres. 12 Choral Masters 11 0.E.A. Club 12 NEOCOEC 12 GULICH, DALE E.-Gilla Gorrilla Gym Leaders 11 Key Club 10-12 Weight Club 10-12 J.V. Football 10 Powder Putt Cheerleader 12 GULLO, TINA M. GAA 10 GUNDLING, JOAN P.-Bunsen Ad Club 12 Powder Putt Football Blue 12 Splrlts lBananasj 10,12 Sports Ald 11,12 Majorette Club 10 HADZIMA, NICHOLAS J. J V Basketball 10 Soccer 11 HADZIMA, SUSAN G.-Suzy Cheerleaders GAA NHS Student Councll Spirlts fBananasJ Teacher's Ald Senlor Class Blg Show Powder Puff Football Blue HALL, DEBORAH D. Majorette Club Plnk Panther Club Glrl's Chorus Powder Puff Football Blue Euclldlan Staff Splrlts Qtlananasj Senlor Talent Night HALL, MARY J. HANAK, JOSEPH T.-Hondo C.O.E. Club C.O.E. Parlimentarian Spirits QBananasQ J.V. Basketball 0.E.A. Club NEOCOEC 10-12 10 11,12 12 10-12 12 12 11,12 12 10 10 10 12 10,11 10-12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 HANLEY, MARY ELLEN-Mary HANLON, JUDITH M.-Judy Red Stenography Club 11 D.E. Club 12 I-IANNAFORD, THOMAS E.-Tom Splrlts fBananasJ 11,12 J.V. 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HEIMSOTH, SUSAN E.-Sue Ad Club 11,12 NHS 11,12 GlrI's Swlmmlng 11 Powder Pull Football Blue 12 Teaeher's Ald 12 Sports Ald 10-12 Stenography Club 11,12 HEISING, DANIEL A.-Dan HEMMERT, LEROY HENKEL, TIMOTHY S.-Tim Gym Leaders 12 Letterman Club 12 Splrlts Qiananasj 12 Baseball 11,12 J.V. Baseball 10 J.V. Basketball 10 J.V. Basketball Captaln 10 Senlor Class 12 NHS 12 HENNIE, RUSSELL E.-Howard J.V. Tennls 10 NEOCOEC 12 Investment 12 O.E.A. Club 12 HERP, ROBERT Voc. And Ind. Club 10,12 Metal Sculpture Club 10 HERRIS, DEAN E. Football 10-12 HERSH EY, KATHLEEN-Kathy Choral Masters 11,12 Orchestra 11,12 HILL, AMY A.-Amos Senlor Cabinet 12 Senlor Class 12 Senlor Talent Night 12 Euclldlan Staff 10-12 Euclldlan Section Ed 12 GAA 10 IQS 11.12 NHS 11,12 NHS Sect. 12 Splrlts fBananasj 10 Glrl's Tennls 10.12 Powder Putt Football Blue 12 Teacher's Ald 10-12 LLAH Trebor Club 12 HILL, CARL O. HIMMELMAN. ERIC J. D.C.T. 12 HINK, ELLEN D.-Ellle GlrI's Chorus 10 Teacher's Ald 12 HIRSCH, BONNIE K. HLEBAK, SHARON A. HOBBS, ANTHONY HOGE, WILLIAM J. HOLCOM BE, LORA L.-Lori IOE 1 1,12 Clerk-Typist 1 1,12 HOLLOWAY, JO ANNE Jr. Class 1 1 NHS 1 1,12 Splrlts lBananasJ 10.12 Ad Club 1 1,1 2 AFS 10 Student Councll 12 Wal Napolo 11,12 Glrl's Swlmmlng 10 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Glrl's Chorus 10 Choral Masters 1 1 Sports Ad 10-12 HOMAR, KATHLEEN-Kathi 0.E.A. Club 12 SplrltslBananasJ 11,12 Horsemanshlp Club 10 HONER, WALTER-Wally HOOD, LAURA L.-Hoodlum Plnlt PantherClub 10-12 GlrI's Chorus 10 Choral Masters 1 1 Sports Ald 12 's x 1 Na PQ' Q,.Q.Q,...s ' Nw -'wsu -.ts . 'K .Y . - Q.. ,RN- iff .. 555: t. : cf -.eg b. t. T, I . 5-f."'9' I Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 Senlor Scandal 12 NHS 12 HOPTON, DEBORAH A.-Hop GlrI's Basketball 10 Plnk Panther Club 10 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 HRIBAR, BARBARA A.-Reeb Ad Club 11.12 C.0.E. Club 12 0.E.A. Club 12 NEOCOEC 12 HRIBAR, DIANE-Reeb Chlldrens DramaClub 12 HRIVNAK, PATRICIA A.-Patty D.C.T. 12 Girl's Track 10 HROMYKO, CATHERINE A.-Kitty Ad Club Powder Puff Football Blue Senlor Class Splrlts lBananasD Majorette Club HRUTKAY, JOSEPH M.- J.V. Football Joe HUELSMAN. SUSAN A.-Sue Malorette Club IDE IOE Treas. HUGHES, TIMOTHY M.-Tim HULIN, LORRETTA J.-Lori HUPP, WILLIAM nusA,1uoMAs J.-rom IAFIGLIOLA, Mlcmxzt-Make Debate Club Indoor Track Teacher's Ald Astronomy Club ICE, LINDA K.-Linda Ad Club Powder Puff Football Blue GlrI's Chorus Choral Masters Senlor Class Student Councll IPAVEC, DONALD M.-Ip IRVINE, JOYCE E.-Joyce Senlor Talent Night ISBESTOR, CARRIE L.-Carrie SenlorTalent Night IVANSEK, LOREN-Lori C.O.E. Club Plnk Panther Club Senlor Talent Nlght 0.E.A. Club NEOCOEC JABLONSKI, RAYMOND-Ray O.E.A. 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Football 10 JORDAN, DEBORAH J.-Loch Ness Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Glrl's Chorus 10 Malorette Club 10 Senlor Class 12 Senlor Scandal 12 Sports Ald 10-12 Teacher's Ald 10-12 Stenography Club 12 Plnk Panther Club 10-12 Splrlts Qbananasl 10-12 Survey Bus. 12 Ad Club 12 Archery Club 11 NHS 12 JUE, JOHN Senlor Scandal 12 Key Club 10-12 NHS 11,12 JULIAN, MARK-Mark KAHL, SHAWN K.-Shawn Letterman Club 10-12 SplrltsQBananas1 10-12 Football 10-12 Wrestllng 10-12 Wrestling Captain 12 NHS 12 Investment Club 12 KAIFESH, KIM ANN-Kimbo Ad Club 10-12 AFS 10 Euclldlan Staff 10-12 Euelldlan Sectlon Ed 11,12 Euclldlan Salesman 10-12 Gym Leaders 11,12 :Qs 11,12 NHS 11 , 12 SplrltslBananasl 12 Student Store 10.11 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Teacher's Ald 12 LLAH Trebor Club 12 KAISER, HEIDI J. KAPEC, JANICE E.-Jan KARABA, MICHAEL J.-Mickey Baseball 11.12 KARDUM, JOSEPH Soccer 12 KAROL, LESTER C.-Les KASCAK, ROBERT-Bob KASTELIC, NANCY R. KATOSIC, JAMES S. AFS 10.1 1 Student Store 1 0,1 1 Tennls 1 2 J.V. Tennls 10 0.E.A. Club 1 1 . 12 KAUNAS, JOHN R. Orchestra KAVEL, DIANNE L.-Dl C.0.E. Club 12 Stenography Club 11 O.E.A. Club 12 KAZEN, LAUREN J.-Lauren Euclldlan Staff 10 Medical Careers 10 Senlor Class 10,12 Teacher's Ald 12 Senlor Scandal 12 NHS 12 KEEFE, GARY W. AFS 12 J.V.Tennls 10,11 Computer Jocks 12 Senior Talent Night 12 NHS 12 KEELER, KATHRYN-Kathy Ski Club 11 Glrl's Swlmmlng 10 Teacher's Ald 10,11 KEEVER, MICHAEL W.-Hutch KELLER, ROBERT A. KENDER, KENNETH A. KENDRO, ANDREW J. Track 10 Student Councll 12 Writing Club 12 Senlor Class 12 Forman Club 11 Investment Club 12 KERNS, JANET R. Stenography Club 12 KERNS, JANICE A. NEOCOEC 12 Stencgraphy Club 11 IOE 12 O.E.A. Treasurer 11 KERNYA, CAROL D. Ad Club 10.11 GIrI's Baseball 11 Jr. Class 11 Gymnastics 10.11 KESTER, KELVIN L. KeyClub 10.11 Powder Puff Cheerleader 12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 Investment Club 12 KEYES, GERALD KIME, CLIFFORD C. Gym Leaders 12 Letterman Club 11,12 Welght Club 10-12 lndoorTrack 1 1,12 J.V. Football 10 Track 11.12 KIMURA. LYNNE E. Sclence Seminar 1 1.12 Glrl's Baseball 11.12 KING, DAVID A. KING, MAURA KINGSMILL, SHARON D.E. Club V. Pres. 12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 D.E. Club 12 KIRCHNER, BARBARA A.-Klrch Skl Club 10-12 SenlorClau 12 Swlm Leaders Glrls 1 1 Blg Show 10-12 Fall Play 12 Choral Masters 11 Glrl's Chorus 10 Vanlty Chorale 12 Glrl'l Swlmmlng 11 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 Senlor Scandal 12 Student Councll 12 Splrlt tBananall 10,1 1 Chlldrana Drama Club 10 Vllnter Play 12 NHS 12 I ,,. wlmmlng Qt." uclldlan Staff LASTORIA, DANIEL A. LAYCOCK, MARGARET E.-Peggy IDE Stenographer 11,12 'QS 12 Stenography Club 11,12 0.E.A. Parllamentarlan 11 LEHMAN, CATHERINE A.-Cath Radlo Club 10 Voc. And Ind. Club Pres. 12 D.C.T. 12 Choral Masters 11,12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 GIrl's Chorus Skl Club Senlor Talent Nlght ,Q ff' eer H- A 1 Af A 1 1 -fx L 1 ,. 1 EVELYNNE F.-Lynne xovELAN, SHARON-Shar Kajorettes 11.12 Big Show 12 filejoretta Club 10 Senlor Talent Night 12 Plnk Panther Club 10 Slwlrlifillenanafl 10-12 KOWICKI, KENNETH A.Llhwick PowderPuffFoothallGold 12 ,. ' , ,f VJ I ' ,Q 5 I -Cl - Q 11 U. ,vw- fr i-1 ' 'M' ' Jzrzgguase A by 11 -L SenlorTaIent Nlgllf: 10-12 KOZLOWS ,ggi-,-. 132.15 ' KISH' ANNE ' - . Gym Lea gf 1 . 101-111. 2' KLEINHENZ, MICHAEL E.+Mnre' j315,f,2ff f22g 1?'r t ' 12 w tll lf1-Sei? ' 10-12" KLEINI-IENZ, MARK A.--Mark ...f,11,,,'ff . 146 -r M, " ' -ri Z.- KLEPAC, KENNVA, KRAlNC AJNvigSue K 5, ' c.0.E.clup1Z1, -1. 12 KNIFIC, THOMAS R.bTom 0.51, cgqjgg? 12 AFS I 10-11 ' KRAu,QiiiNATA NHS 11,12 Varslty Chorale 12 ' A 1 - orchestra 10.12 I KRAQSE, PATRICIA Pattl gfggehggnd QQSULC,,SYLVIAQT-sn-vee-ay '11 'i' - . WS-11,2 ' ' ., E! - 'aw EuelldlmbeamrrIn-cnl'JfA"iQ., 12 KNIGHT, M. SUSAN-Susie X-gf?"-'five El!0:::29,?0g0fl Ed 'X 11 ' Us 1 1-1 10-12 ' Powder Puff Football com 12 Evvfldllaylvfman 10-12 Senior Class r 12 Gm 55992 ,MV 11 senior Talent Night 12 M Club- 11,12 GAA 10-12 AFS ' 10 Gym Leaders 11,12 'QS 11,12 Gym Leaders Sect. 12 NHS 11,12 NH5 11.12 Sclence Seminar 11'12 Student Cou ncll 12 Student Store H 10 clrrsaaskezbau 2, 10,11 GAA 12 gp GlrI's Cross Country ' 10 Wh0'l Who In High School 12 1.50, ., Glrl'sTrack 21, 3 10-12 50Ph0m0reCIas1 710 Qwigt SPlrltSiBananasJ zflj. ,,,.-. - i t 1. x E KOBETITSCH'-'WILLIAM-B. . Q my I , 11 lnaoer.Trg9l1,g,'., . f- - 105.12 Tracy? -A 1q1' 10.12 KUCHAR, JAMES . 1. KOCHEVAR, JOSEPH A.-ICE Investment Club KOLLER, DOUGLAS R.-Doug KWASNY' 'NNE M- QM s san I I " 10 ' sivisanbal' 5, Q' 10 Gvrllfghoruzr a 10 , - T ' ChoraIM r Fxtgl Q' m we 5 11 -R lv. - . 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Splrlts1BananasJ 10 KORYNOSKI, LAURA LVN-Korny NHS 11,12 Medical Careers 10 GAA 10,11 GM 10 NHS Teacher's Aid 10 swum Leaders cms Band 1 11 SenlorCIass 12 Q, Jr. cr... 11 LA0ovlcH, STEPHE T-Steve SenlorTalentNlght 12 11.1-,X PowderPuNFootballBlue 12 LAMBERT, DENN!svL, way KOSIR, ANTHONY' J.-Tony LAMM' ROBIN ihpb , U .S A sf KOSOVICH, KATHLEEN M.-Kos err.qa.rgl-Q-gf.-1' 10,12 GIrl'sBasl1etball 10-12 gpl apiisy wi 371,11 lrl 10 Koss, JAMES w.-mme w. . giwfji 5 11 P dr F mucus 12 Band 10.12 Gfrmszhorus oi a 0 10 MarchlngBand 10.12 Choral Masters 5 11 D h t I VarsltyC al 12 552135111 U12 'W e Bla Show 11,12 LAMONT, KATHLEEN E. SenlorTalent Nlght 12 LANE, JEFFREY P. KOTAR, MARY L S ,,,,,, ANE E, LISA A. Stenography Club 11712 0.E.A. club 11,12 LANG, TAMMY S. Powder Puff Football Gold 12 P a P HF mum xovAc, JOSEPH-Joe sfrfhfzzrftt M U' n.E.Club 12 LANTZY, MARCIA A. KOVACH, CHRISTINE Gr..-.cr..,,.,, 10 .5 Football l nll rTalent Nlght ',11 Q.,, Puff Majorette T. ALA , , , Q15 .-- 4 ,fx i .-55,51 5 V. Swllnmlng nvestment Club - "R H 12 Yllnterlflay 11,12 BlgShow 11,12 nu Play 12 Childrens Drama Club 10,12 LEUZZI, KENNETH P. LEVENO, DEBORAH A.-Debble Teacher's Ald 10 NHS 12 LEWIS, SANDRA M.-Sam Bo Student Councll 12 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 LIGGETT, SUSAN-Sue Euclldlan Staff 10 Survey Edltorlal 10-12 GlrI's Chorus 10 Band 11,12 Marchlng Band 11,12 IQ5 11,12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 LILLEY, BRUCE E. LISI, LINDA A.-Llnda AFS 11,12 GAA 10.11 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Orchestra 10,11 Humanltlee East 10 LJUBI, THOMAS M. LOCKHART, DIANE K.-Dlene AFS 10,11 NHS 10,11 Survey Bus. 11,12 Glrl's Chorus 10 IQS 12 LOHRI, GEORGE W.-Wlld Blll LONCHAR, MICHAEL L.-Mlke LONGSTRETH, DAVID W.-Dave LORENCE, DENISE M.-Dee Dee Euclldlan Stat! 10 I R Q -Euclldlan Salesman 10 lnyagtmsnt Club 12 ' Glrl's Baseball 10 O,E,A,CIub 12 Ad Club 10,11 al? n MALANEV, DENNIS J. aore es Majorette Club 10,11 splrmwmmasy 10.126 MANDATO, BARBARA A. Powder Puff Football Blue 12 SenlorClass 12 QEA C, b Jr.Class 11 ' ' ' I1 H' , n'12 Gym Leaders Historlan 12 mark 'YP K nor In ' G mLeaders 11 12 RMI' 10 y ' ' Splrlts 1Banana0 10 LOVANO' "ATR'cK A- MANFREDONIA, DEBRA L.-neu LOWE, NICOLETTE R.-Nlkkl M club 11 C.0.E.CI b 12 Euclldlan Staff 11,12 0'E.A. cl:b 12 Euclldlan Salesman 12 NHS 12 GAA 12 NHS 11,12 SplrltsQBananasJ 12 MANION' CAROLE M' Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 Teacher's Ald 12 LUBE' EDWARD MANTZ, LISA M.-Llsa Tenn., 10,12 Gymnastics 10 L1'Q',fi,"""""c""' 12 MARKERT, nseonm-l A.-Debbie Luce, DONNA M,-emma 531, ij o.s.cnue 11,12 NHS 12 LUDVIK, LINDA I MARINCIC, JOYCE A.-Joycle LUMADUE, LELAND T.-Lee "0""""""'PC""' 10 J.V. Baseball 10 MARKUZ' MICHAEL Baseball 11,12 J.v.eesmneu 10 MARTIN' KARIN Basketball 11 J.V.Foothall 10 MARTIN, KELLY A. Football 11,12 Letterman Club 11,12 C.0.E.Club 12 Splrlts1BananasJ 12 0.E.A. Club 12 LUSKY. DEBRA A--Turtle MARTYN, Junrm A.-Jody GM 10 em Processing club 11.12 Medlcal Careers 10 5PI"I"IB"""'a'I 10 MASON, JEANNE C.-Jeanne-Bean Teacher's Ald 1 1 NHS 12 eucnuun sun 11,12 E Ildl S tl Ed LUTZ, AMY J.-Ames cum ,gf "' 'C "' QQ NHS 11,12 NHS 11.12 NHS V. Pres. 12 5pIrltslBananasj 10-12 5cl,nce gemqnaf 10,11 Powder Putt Football Blue 12 A55 10.11 Glrl'f Chvrus 10 'menerw Ald 11,12 gHr1lfygh!gf2': LLAH Trebor clue 12 en or a ne Senlofclw 12 MASON, SAMUEL A.-Sam gripe' Powder Puff Cheerleader 12 spam Ala 10-12 ff"gL,f'a" Senlor Talent Nlght 12 Jr: cabinet 11 cho"'I Masmrs 11 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 SophomoreClass 10 wal Napolo 12 Blg Show 12 Soph.CIass Cabinet 10 Invenmem CIW 12 Gymnastlcs 10 :',f':L':f:,ff""' neg emu Basketball 11 22:22:11 ug I:::II:I Ifjaeglixtball Blue 13 J.V. Baseball 11 PowderPuHCheerIeader 12 MAST' JOY L' Jay Splrlts fBananasJ 10-12 . Gymnastics 10 MABEL, WILLIAM J. gfszzxgirus was Choral Masters 11,12 swImmIng 10-12 Glrl'sTennls 4' 10-12 mcmns, snmou L. 2',1',Q"'fBf"'a""'Q 12 Ad cl b ' 10 n Eucudlen seen 10 u , v C.0.E. Club 12 , - splrmw-Mnas, 10 MATIC, VESNANIM. Ves V o'E'A'c""' 12 earlxrennls I 10,11 Euclldlan Staff 10-12 MACKOVJAK' ALLAN R' Euclldlan Salesman 10-12 Horsemanshlp Club 10 MAC LEOD, LESLIE-LBS 'QS 11,12 ' Spirits 1BanlnasJ 10 Hockey 10-12 Survey Edltorlal 1 1, 12 - Golf 10-12 Tennls 10, 1 1 xngb hu A M 1 h ikhr V , Powder Puff Football Gold 12 w1a..,Qsw-g,5Q.g .. 1. ,f.,,,. ., Senlor Talent Nlght 12 . , 78 '-A:-eg '15-' 1f:T'f.v',r:f.o1,' 'T - " ' y . 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MAZUR, DEBORAH-Debbi 10.11 10,11 12 12 10 11,12 10-12 12 10-12 10-12 10,11 11 12 MC CALLA, DEBORAH A.-Debbie D.E. Club 11,12 MC CARTY, DIANE C. GAA 11,12 Malorettes 12 Mnjorane clue 10-12 Medlcal Careers 10 NHS 11,12 5lllCIub 10-12 SplrIts1Bananasj 10-12 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 MC CLURG, HOLLY S. AFS 12 Horsemanshlp Club 10-12 NHS 11,12 Sclencesemlnar 11,12 GlrI'5BesketbalI 11,12 Powder Puff Football Blue 12 Senlor Class 12 Teacher's Ald 11 MC CULLOUGH, MARY A. Survey Edltorlal 12 IQS 12 MC CULLOUGH, MICHAEL D.E. Club 12 MC ELWAIN, ROBIN MC GILL, MICHAEL J.-Mc MC GREGOR, WILLIAM A.-Blll MC LAUGHLIN, DONALD-Mac J.V. Football 10 D.E. Club 12 MC LEAN, NADINE MARI D.C.T. 12 MC LOUGHLIN, MARGRET LII Peggy Data Processlng Club 11,12 Majorette Club 10 Survey Bus. 12 Plnk Panther Club 10 O.E.A. Club 11,12 GlrI'sChorus 10 OEA Hlstorlan 12 IQS 12 MC NAMERA, LINDA L. D.E.CIub 11,12 MC RAINEY, DOUGLAS MEDLEY, CHARLES MEIER, PATRICIA-Patty MELFI, CATHERINE A.-Melf Marchlng Band 10-12 NHS 12 MENDOZA, KATHERINE M.-Dozert Pink Panther Club 10 D.C.T. 12 MENSINGER, KURT P.-Mens D.E. Club 12 MERTIK, JOSEPH MIHACEVICH, PAUL Band 10-12 Marchlng Band 10-12 ri 4 .. .- 1 al Tm.,-1? AE, .,-- 1 M 5 ff Jr.. I MIKOVIC NANCY NHS Survey Edlterlal Etlltor C.0.E. Cllib . c,0.gQHII10lfIlll'f' NEOUUEGT P ' Surllejitlltorlal 0.E.Af'CI u b lqll.LER ANNE M. 0.E,A1-Club ' 'c.o.s, Club : Stenography Club- MILLER, BETHANN4 nn. .C40.E.Club C.O.E.CIubSect. ' 1' O.s.A.club , Stenographyclub -I ' StudentStore SurveyBus. ' I NHS , NEOCQEC 4 F 11 12 11 12 11,12 11,12 11 10 12 12 12 MILLER, CATHERINE L.-Caihy GAA NHS Sclence Seminar GlrI's Volleyball VIYSIKYXCIIOYBIB Blg sllow Fell Play SenlorTalent Nlght MILLER, DOREEN L. Clerk-Typlst Pres. 0.E.A. Club , IOE Pres. MILLER, JOHN A.--Buck Jr. J,V.Wrestllng MILLER, PENNY S. MILLER, ROGER I. Key Club Key Club Sect. NHS Swlm Leaders Boys Water Polo Boy's State Swlmmlng MISCH, DANIEL MIX. KEVIN L. MIINER, ERIC C.-Mlze NHS Goll Golf Club MOBBS, MARGARET E. Glrl's Chorus Choral Masters MODIC, CHERYL L. Survey Bus. IQS MOELLER, SUSAN L.-SIIG NHS - Euclldlan Staff Euclldlen Salesman AFS Jr. Class Jr. Cabinet LLAH Trebor Club Soph. Clan Cablnet Sophomore Class 250 MOLNAR, ann l.. 10,11 11,12 10 ' 10 11,12 mu 1. -12 12 121 11,12 12 10,11 10-12 11 11,12 11,12 10-12 12 10-12 11.12 10-12 10-12 10 11 11,12 11,12 11.12 .12 11? 10,11 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 Club Splrlts Gananasjgqii Majorette C u - Q NEAL PRESTON R adlo Club Pres. NEBEN, NEFF 'X Eucuyo 1 I M., GAA - ' NHS A A Student Council 11,125Q,,..:5: ,A x Powder Puff Majorette Student Council Treas. iff Wal Napolo IQ5 - 1 .XSE - if Rt Senlor Talent Nlght Senior Talent Night ' NHS Powder Pun Football Blue 5 12 X ,S NELSON, DAVID E.-Dave . ORNDQFFI CHARLE . . : If 952 Radio Club 10-12 . Radio Club v. Pres. 1,12 5 S G . ORTMAN' ROBERT ' , Gym Leaders NICHOLLS, CHARLES F. 5 TQ Lenefmin CWI' ..SR.. 9 . , .Q ,-sg-R.,,j 5. xy :agstment Club 15, NOCERA, LAVERNE M. Ad Club 10-12 Eux Salesman 10-12 Majorette Club 10,1 1 Splrlts QBananasJ 10-12 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Senlor Class 12 Jr. Class 1 1 GAA 10 NOCH, WALTER NOEL, PATRICIA A.--Noel Jr. Class 1 1 Senlor Talent Night 12 Gymnastics 10,11 Splrlts fBananasJ 10-12 Ad Club 1 1,12 Glrl's Tennls 10-12 Powder Puff Football Gold 12 Band ' if 1 'f-ff M--of .ow , 2 Marching Band - 2 Blg Show -:EVN 12 jiif A Senlor Cabinet xx 12 5' Senlor Class S 12 ,F Jr. Cablnet 11 5 Sophomore Class ' 10 NOLAN, VICTOR J.-Vic ' J Q Q 1 Computer Jocks 10,12 ' Investment Club 12 1 NORDSTROM, DUANE M.-Non ' NOVAK, RICHARD F.-Rlcb NOVOTNY, JANET M.--D.lN. Powder Puff Football Blue K Senlor Class Jr. Class Blg Show Student Councll Splrlts GAA x 12 12 11 12 12 10-12 10 Weight Club IIIUODY Track TI'3Ck 1.v. Football M.-Dale 0. di 10,11 10 S., 5 K. P. OSBORN, CHARLENE A. D.E. Club OSTRUNIC, CYNTHIA S. 0.5. Club OYASKI, JOANNE D.C.T. Medical Careers Radlo Club S.l.E. qF.T.A.7 S.I.E. tF.T.A.I Student Store V.I.C.A. Sports Ald GAA NHS PAK, vONc s. PAl.ss, JOSEPH A. lnvesiment Club PALMER, KEVIN A. J.V. Football PANA, EVELYN K. Jr. Class Cheerldrs Capt. Senlor Talent Nlght Ad Club Cheerleaders Euclldlan Staff Eucuye IQS NHS Splrlts lBananasI 11,12 12 12 11,12 12 12 10-12 ' 12 10,11 10 11,12 12 10,11 12 10 10 12 12 10 '.,.10,11 l 11 ,l 1 12 f-.1 12 "10,11 10 11,12 11,12 11,12 10-12 if Fi" R11 J 'alrltsvdlnyball 12 PICOZZI, PATRICIA J.-Patty -Senlor Cabinet 12 , Teacher's Ald 12 PAONSHA, DARLENE ' PIERCE, DIANE M. PAPP, ROBERT B. i Splrltswananasj 10,12 Gym Leader, 10.12 Student Councll 11 NHS 12 222:23 cgpfaln 114: Senlor Class 12 J.V. embau 10 Sport' Nd 12 Basketball 10 J.V. Basketball 10 PIETRANTOZZI, MARY V. Investment Club 12 PARATTO JOSEPH PINKAVA, ROBIN A.-Pink 1 Choral Masters 11 PARKER, .lAcQusuNE A.-Jackle '5f:fQ:,'gecg'e",fj1fa, 10,12 o.E.A. emma: 12 SL"y'?f2L1S"b ng grggglsau Computer Jocks 10,12 Senlor Talent Nlght 12 gziyo ' AFS 12 PARSONS. LAUREN D- Eucndlan stan 12 AFS ' Euclldlan Salesman 12 10 I t tCI b 12 AFS President 12 LTIFI: 'l":gor Ctlub 12 AFS V. Presldent 1 1 3:2110 PIPER, LOU ANN :3's"""""ffaS' 11 ig PLAVCAN, LAURA L. NHS 11:12 D-C1 12 hu my 12 sucuanan scan 12 E clldl S I 12 mm. f-Mow 1. ..:,.,..:.1 615:11 s Irlt IB 5 10-12 """""'9"'C""' 121 5I,udeI11c?::r?:lI 12 PA'rFlEl.n, SANDRA A. A Iilgifi. if S ortsAld 12 PAvEu.A, DENNIS LLIAH rf.b.,.c...l. 12 PAVI5, KATHLEEN ' POLINSKI, MICHAEL D.E.CIub 11,12 POLLEY, TAMMY L.-Tam PEARCH, KIMBERLY ANN clrlwcnorus 10 SenlorCIass 12 PECNIK, CHRISTOPHER POLASKI. DEBBIE-Deb 0.W.E. 12 AFS 10,11 PECNMARYA- :uz:::::n::'z ... 1: U l't C DTI NHS 11,12 PEDERSEN' KENNETH R' Swlm LeadersGlrls 11 SkICl b 12 PENK0' IRENE R' Sclenl:-Ie Semlnar 10,11 Senlor Scandal 12 PERKO, LOREEN lQs 12 Euclldlan Salesman 12 PERL, JAMES E. Teachers Ala 12 LLAH Trebor Club 12 D.C.T. 12 V.I.C.A. 12 POPOVIC, EDWARD N. Gym Leaders 12 Indoor Track 10 PEROVSEK, MONIQUE S.--Mona Track 10 0.E.A. Club 11,12 POPOVIC, KIM M. 0.E.A. Vlce Presldent 12 Data Processing Club 12 POPOVIC' MICHAEL C. Sports Ald 10 PERRY, MARY BETH E.-M.B. H 0 POROPAT, DONALD E.-Ernie Euclldlan Sta 1 GAA 10 Football 11,12 Majorettes 11,12 Me1orettenCaptaIn 12 POULQS' JOHN J' Malorette Club 10,11 gxjorsmda, POWELL, cHsRvL A.-Cherie S I It Ba I 10-12 . vsvlazf Puwxztball com 12 g'g0E"g CSU D 1 0 SenlorClus 12 c'o'E' Club S 12 SenIorTalentNlght 12 o2EfA:CI:b em' PERRVMAN, ROBERT A. NHS 12 POWELL, SUSAN PERUSEK, ROBERT V.--Bob Investment Club 12 Band 10 INVNUVIUMCIUU 12 POZUN, MICHAEL A.-Mike PETERS, LORRAINE-Lorrie SWIM cm, 12 NHS 12 PlnochleClub 12 SJIWBY EUIIUYIII 12 PRAUSE, ANDREW N. Ylrltlng Club 11,12 was lnvestmentClub 12 A IG TTE A. Perm, ROSELYN M. PRAUSE' BR ' CI k-T l T . 11 PETSCHER, susAN K. s,,1L..IJ'.f.2..2'1T' 3,3 Cl It-T l t I Horsemanshlp Club 10-12 Potderylsub FootballBlue 11 NHS 11,12 O.E.A.Cl b . SItICIub 10-12 IOE u 11.12 PETTEK, PATRICIA PREVESK, DENNIS J. PRIMEAU, JILL M. Plnk Panther Club Wal Napolo Glrl's Swlmmlng Powder Puff Football Gold Glrl's Chorus Choral Masters Jr. Class Teecher's Ald 11,12 11,12 10 12 10 11 11 12 PRIORESCHI, ROBERTA-Bobbi NHS PRIZZI, SUSAN M.-Prlz AFS Euclldlan Staff Euclldlan Sectlon Ed. Euclldlan Salesman IQS Glrl's Chorus Teacher's Ald Senior Scandal P.T.S.A. LLAI-I Trebor Club NHS PU RVIS, JUDY A.-Jude GIrl's Chorus Data Processlng Club Student Store 0,E.A. Club PURVIS, LINNEA A. Eucuyo Eucuyo Edltor NHS Survey Edltorlal Survey Edltorlal Edlto. Band Marching Band Pep Band Band Llbrarlan PYLE, MICHAEL S.--Mike Letterman Club Water Polo Captaln Indoor Track Track Swlmmlng Investment Club Water Polo RADISEK, ALBIN RADO, DIANE C. Majorettes Majorettes Captain Malorette Club NHS Student Councll Survey Edltorlal Splrlts iBananas1 Powder Puff Football Gold Senlor Class Senlor Talent Nlght Chlldrens Drama Club RAICEVICH, JOSEPH M.-C.C. RALSTON, NORMAN Chlldrens Drama Club Drama Club RANALLO, RONALD R.-Ron Letterman Club NHS Splrlts l8ananasI Student Councll Baseball J.V. Baseball J.V. Basketball Football Football Captaln J.V, Football J.V. Football Captaln Senlor Class RAWLINGS, DAVID I.. AFS Band Marchlng Band Band Llbrarlan NHS RAY, RICHARD L. RE, JAMES J.-Jim, J.J. Track Marching Band Pepliand REECE, ANDREA J. 12 10-12 11,12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 12 12 10 11,12 10 11,12 11,12' 12 .1,12 11,12 12 10-12 10-12 11 11,12 11,12 12 10 10 11,12 12 11,12 11,12 12 10 11,12 12 10 10,11 12 12 12 10 10-12 10-12 11,12 11,12 10-12 12 11,12 10 10 11,12 12 10 10 12 10 10-12 10-12 11,12 12 10 10,11 11.12 REED, KEVIN J.V. Cross Country 10 Track 11 REED, NORMAN W.-Norm Computer .locks 10-12 Teacher's Ald 10 'QS 12 RadloClub 12 Euclldlan 12 REESE, CHARLES ALAN WeIghtClub 10-12 REESE, SCOTT R. RENBARGER, RICHARD A. D.E. Club 12 RESCHKE, DUANE S. V.l.C.A. 12 D.C.T. 12 Teacher'sAId 11,12 Choral Masters 10-12 Survey Edltorlal 12 IQS 12 RICHARDT, HELMUT A. Soccer 10,11 NHS 12 RINDERLE, MARGARET M.--Peggy GAA 10,11 NHS 11,12 Splrltsfllananasj 10-12 Student Councll 12 Senlor Class 12 Jr.CIass 11 Teacher'sAld 12 RITZ, ERNEST J.--Rizzo ROBERTS, DARLENE ROBERTS, LYNN L.-Lynne GIrI'sTennls 10-12 GAA 10 Euclldlan Salesman 12 GlrI's Tennis Capt. 12 ROBINSON, RONALD J. 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O 0 I I I I I I I I mm E 0 Iggggggggl D, SUBSIDIARY OF WHITE MOTOR CORPORATION VINYL TOPS INTERIOR TRIM CON VERTIBLE TOPS CUSTOM INTERIORS BODY SIDE MOLDINGS PLASTIC 81 GLASS REAR WINDOWS SUBURBAN AUTO TOP 81 TRIM 21100 St Clair Ave 22221 St Clair Avenue ALVES Euclid Ohio 44117 Eucnd emo 44117 C2165 531 5710 PRECISION MILES VAN DIVNER TOOL CO ls Stocking BROWN gl SHARPE STARRETT TUMICO ALINA SHOP AND TOOL ROOM SUPPLIES REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL INSPECTION GAGES MICROMETERS CALIPERS BORE GAGES HEIGHT GAGES ELECTRONICS ETC GORDON J ALVES PRES 1317 East 260111 street Phone 732 9435 5. ., Us sauna.: 'll' uananaaas-aouaguenqn-....nun COMPLIMENTS OF XAQIEIII SMITH'S RESTAURANT 22305 Lake Shore Blvd 732-9900 DINNER PIER THEATRE LUNCH or A E IT ENJOY 0995 TH FINEST ALIAN CUISINE "AU Food Prepared lo Your Or in the Old World Manner" HOURS: MON thru THURS II A.M.-I FRI 8. SAT Il to 2:30 A.M, SUNDAY 3 PM lo MIDNIGHT EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 22741 Shore Center Drlve 261-2600 A' I2 - X. A X ...... 00000000000 E i BUILDING MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS CLEANERS, STRIPPERS, FLOOR FINISHES DISINFECTANTS IND. VACUUMS, SCRUBBERS, AUTOMATIC SCRUBBERS, FLOOR MACHINES, INTERIOR SUPPLIES PAPER PRODUCTS ADAM'S PET SHOP LINDSEY CHEMICAL C0 20500 St Clan' Avenue 395 E35t ZOOIII Street 44117 486 7009 Q216J 692 3444 EUCLID BLUE PRINT 8: W f' SUPPLY INC wwf W CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 77 MAX S 908 East 22200 Street 22350 Lake Shore Blvd 731 4662 731 1800 ' I I R ESTA U RA N T 'F J LJCLID ENICDR IGH jmmw 3 1 mms My kj N C I L V-ffa vl, , - in V' J -gm' Tl. 1 ,W X fd, T 5 r 52247, .2 , f I4 ,I 11,492 W 'l v 'f f 51'-" 5 ' Q' , 'P .,,,'.: X , i- ' 'fi-" ,Hifi H H Qi" V14 - PRESKDENTV f 51' "Q 1,1 ,AZ ,,:-1: f mm 3 'C ' 3 J f ,,, , ,, f If M ' 1 'ff V X ,NN 5? ,X I s ,l,'vL5'.a 3xx Ax'-ij qNw'DofV-4,5 Secncrgmvz 'X " Y M 5" v Gu 5 Jawm of 5133 if QEASVRER1 ff' r 1-tiwsf' . JKIXLLLWLQ X My -- l Q 'fllisf 3 3 wig! We: ww-4 Au. 'rn-nose. GRADUATING H soon Luck AND Ban Mme.: THESE HANDS . . . HANDS WHICH JOIN! Hands which symbolize a year's effort of reaching-grasping, for one specific goal, a goal of unity. The 1976-77 Student Council strove for unity among the Student Body, the Administration, and Ourselves. . . WE SUCCEEDED! Our tremendous success began with a Homecoming so outstanding, that above all will not be forgotten. This affair not only unified the Euclid Students but the whole Euclid Community. We could not stop here, neither did we want to. . .there was so much more to be done. . .so many more to reach out to. . . nothing could stand in our way. We carried on our success by showing those who needed us that we cared at both Thanksgiving and Christmas time. By working together we once again achieved a "togetherness" between the Student Body and the Community. Fortunately, the year has not yet ended, but when it does, we hope to leave behind our success, a blessing so wonderful that nothing can compare. May the students that follow us in the years to come be as blessed as we. May their counciI's officers and members transform and combine from individuals to form a very special group that will seek for, and achieve their main goal-a goal expressed through these hands. . . a goal of "unity." Diane Rado Dottie Schultz U , X X X X Al U , 'X X x i I I " X X: if NX sig, N Y 'S 'N ZJQD X 040611 V3 Xi X I Lg .NXXQ .. x ' l, X , I' ! X rJ ' OIF? , 1 3 . K? - S 6 '7' ' ,Mi W ' If ' - WM X Liiif s fs i X 'R' mam qi Nik jx sb igstx ' N" N5 - ' . .fhwfd-N044 fist J A., Y N cd Jie Av 4' ' fr ' A .X , "Q ' , fa Qf dam X l x ' E .Ri a Xb 'Q . ?" ' .N A MMM QQ is fx 156 - . , ' ' 'aw' wi! ' , Pj X .1 X X 'V olie- in J" .ix A,.'i., C0 and - " Q 1 W ' if-"5" L.1'.-ts avg vvvvvvv 33555332smeszssssssssssssssssssssssssss sssmssssssssss,mmsfsssssssss ' QESIBLII IIIT5 I H CENTER BEVERAGE MARIO'S FLOWERS 22362 LAKE SHORE BLVD. Mon.-Wed . . . 9:OO-1O:OO 261-3636 223321551 16.283380 23560 ST. CLAIR AVE. 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Good Luck To The Class Of '77 Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Krulc Advertising Index Name Page Korok 285 Accurate Metal Sawing 282 Lakeland Lighting 282 Adam's Pet Shop 279 Lakeshore Florist 262 Addressograph Multigraph 276 Lindsey Chemical 279 Alves Precision Tool Co. 277 Lubrizol 266 Armao's Restaurant 278 Mario's Flowers 282 Army Surplus 264 Mark Hairdressers 264 Bernardic Insurance 269 Martin's Freeze 261 Big Bouquet 258 Max's Restaurant 279 Boulevard Beverage 264 Mihelich's Hometown Restaurant 285 Bronko's Beverage 269 Don Miller's Sohio 272 Center Beverage 282 Russell Miller Garage 268 Chesterfield Steel Service Co. 268 NO,-,Ferrous Metals 265 Collinwood Concrete 286 Palisades Bowl 261 Consumer Tire 261 Papp's Auto Body 268 Dairy Twist 285 Parent's Page 287 Electric Motor Repair 284 PTSA 274 Erie Auto Parts 274 Radix Wire 274 Euclid Blue Print 279 Raimor's Studios 259 Euclid City Officials 275 Roesch Paint and Wallpaper 266 Euclid Equipment and Supply Co. 284 Salter Auto Parts 272 Euclid Foreign Motors 262 Sea-Lake Systems 283 Euclidian Beauty College 278 Mrs. Tomye Sherrill 271 Euclid, Inc. 277 Sims Buick 262 Euclid High Key Club 263 Smith's Restaurant 278 Euclid Race 272 St. Clair Savings 273 Flickinger 285 Fred Stecker Oldsmobile 271 Florama Flowers 264 Strasco Machine 273 Fredon Corporation 269 Student Council 280-281 Hillwood Manufacturing 270 Suburban Auto Top 277 Induction Brazing 284 Tomsic Auto Body 256 Jackshaw Chevrolet 276 Tony's Polka Village 283 Jay Dee Cleaners 266 TRW 267 Mr. Frank Jochum 273 Vassar Health Foods 276 KEG Machine Company 261 Vlasta's Art Studio 271 Kerr Lakeside Inc. 272 Wildwood Florist 273 Knific Insurance 260 , Kollander World Travel 283 . -unn.nnnuauu.-u- Q -un pgg-..... 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KELLY I E 5ggggi gsggififiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 5,3 , W pbeme...:I1.I,a.:aa:az:zzzaazzaaaazaaaaaaaaaaasaaa'aaaaasaazaaaaaaaaaaaz:sam - I M 3' if B290U00OIOOQOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOlllllllllallllllllllillllllillllillll I ,Jnonoouuoo-annu1nau-oaoaungngupuesuoeesuaannnqnnaunn...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.'. .'............................-.......-...........-.........-......-....................... , XCILLINT DUCATION IN EUCLID PUBLIC SCHOOLS ucuo scnooI.s jj" ol so y h 00003 ' vp- ' ...pg Euclud O IO ,Mu 00 oo EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL ZZ! 711 EAST 222 STREET WALTER SCHWEGLER lf: EUCLID, OHIO 44123 PHONE I21eI 261-2900 If: Graduating S enior s: lt hardly seems possible that three short years have gone by since I spoke to you for the first time, saying, "You, our incoming sophomore class, is now to be known as The Class of Nineteen Seventy-Seven. " as a class and each as individuals. Your participation in the building of Euclid High traditions and your successes have been many, and comrnendable. Euclid Senior High has followed and shared your triumphs and your failures. We, the faculty and administration, wish you the very best as you continue to grow personally, socially and educationally. Since that September assembly, you have grown collectively --all -elif. Let's continue our mutual concern and interest. Keep in touch with us so that we may share your interesting new experiences. Sinccay-, I "Z .f' . II: 'QAM 1, 5 wc' L Walter Schwe er If Q tj: '51 if fm- 1.6 r of igm' R 2 , ll 'v .QQQQ -oil' 4 no Q , .. 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' f.I.'Tt-"J'5S3,,.-f. vga ' IfZQffRl'42g.rgfi'i ' ' to ':.:,,,g,,.:5xg,'1,,-qg- X.A,g:,g:-:E1:-:..y'.1,45:fxg5::,.5.':,::g3.w ,I g,:,ig, .,5, wkjkgv get-sz. I , Thls ls ltl The 1977 Euclidian ls here. May itebring you enjoyment now and In the- years to come. Please read past the mlstakes and take a second look at the several thousand good pictures, and read the copy. You may not realize the value of thls book for several years, but may the inltlal sensation be pleasurable. lf we have offended any- one, we apologize-lt was not intentional. There are so many people to thank. To anyone who helped, In any way, wlth the production of thls book, thank you. There are a few people l would llke to thank In a special manner: Thanks Dr. Bergem and all the offlce people for tolerating our constant requests for help. To the teachers and club advlsors who cooperated with us In scheduling and ldentlfylng pictures, wrltlng req sumes, and being understanding about staff mem- bers' tardles, thank you. A blg thank you to Mr. Reno for all the hours you spent working on they senlor Index and maklng It the success it ls. Mr. Theodore, we owe you a lot and appreciate your help wlth publlclty, NHS, and School Board plctures. Thanks to Mr. Rlnkes for nrovldlng us wlth coples of pictures at deadllne tlme. We would llke to recognize the effort of the sports coaches who cooperated wlth us, and-thank you. Thanks Mrs. Barblsh for helplng us wln the Christmas Decoratlng Contest. Thanks, Adam, for all the moral support, encouragement, and "IlquId re- freshment." To Mlke Klngery for being such a sweetheart we dedicate page 241. Thanks Bob Prlzzl for the Ad Dlvlder. We envy the future staffs. Dottle and LuAnn Dudley, you really did a great job on the other dlvlders. To the guys who stayed u up late nights and sacrlflced hours upon hours of n their tlme a blg thank you: photographers, we V appreciate It more than you wlll ever know. Espe- , . V clally to Mark Harmon-thanks for the beautlful cover and special effects and all the hours of work and-dedication. Rarl dld you say no, even though we made some pretty demanding requests. You are the best. For Chuck, who was willing' llsten and who wrote most of the introduction, I have only two very meaningful words-thank you. To the great sect! editors: Amy-miracles do happen don't they? Kim-I knew l could depend on you. Debbie and Cheryl: youtwo were br , to try what you dld and have a rlght to be proud of your accomplishments. Jean: l'm convinced of your magic touch-I 1, the whole Actlvltles Sectlon get done. Prlz: ,You were the surprise of the staff: thanks for coming up with the money to for thls book. You were the best bunch of edltors l could have hoped for. Thanks to Ralmcr Studios for all the work on phot I raphy, especially the "rush jobs." Why is it that we always needed pictures on Wednesdays? Thank you Mr. Dickinson p Mil: Han. :Ivan though lt may have appeared otherwise sometimes, we really appreciated all your work. We wonder how you put up C a unc e us. - Oh, sure we had some rough times: broken cameras, rolls of film that didn't print, photographers who didn't show, uncooperative sons, lost pictures, mistakes, DEADLINES, snow days-a never-ending list. But it seemed that for every bad moment there were hundr of great tlmes: the Scurvey notes, "stolen" radios, decorating contests, football games, skating parties, oranges, flying ornaments, w partles, Elton Chuck, soap operas, "faculty candIds," the Llah Trebor club, all the faces we saw in the good old Euclidian office, etc. The biggest thank you of all goes to the staff for putting up with all of my screaming and shouting. Each of you, in your own way, trlbuted atpart of yourself ln producing thls book. l hope you're as proud of it as I am. Thanks again to some special people: Jean, Kim, my paren s. A Good luck to next year's staff. May your year be as great as ours, and your book, even better. 'Q d Q ,W 92 - , i 5 .1


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