Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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Mike Bratton, Barb Spaur, Paul Glaser. Row fourfjeff Westover, Janet Niccum, Melanie McChancy, Sue Drienka, Renee Sly. Mike Lausin. Linda Rattini, Destiny Morgan, Linda Wudy, Sharon Tice, Beth Waltermire. Judy Krnc, Linda Hochevar, Row five: Kevin Kelly. Judy Braun. Joe Vislocky, Judy Stevko, Dale Grubb. Pete Joksimovich, Gary Summerhill, Peggy Hunt, Lesa Galer, Maureen Matras, Janine Valentine. Lou Ann Jones, Rowsix: Nick Selvaggio. Mike Vitantonio, Sam Pantalonc. Bill Blevins. Marcia Shutly, Mark Hansen. Marty Jones. Gary Buck, Geoff Pritchard, Ernie Lackner, Rob Hendershot. Top ron: Peggy Linn, John Harper. Janet Smith, Kim Rawlings, Betsy Pickel, Andy Morkunas. Vince Penny. Al Mulraney, Ray Tice, Kathy Brown. Chris Owens, Ruth Cook. Photography by Luikarl. ' - N ' ,' 1 2. frg ,. ' ' - ' e ri x V " ' V . - . - . - ' , 'Inu U Q l 5 -1 l I U U I 1 -7 ' ' 1 fr- - Q ., .Q - 1 fs'L'X .Q r 'Y -fr hi' x' -,tx 511 I Q nr 'ia 'QW :mfs a is 'F fre- nr , t . , t ' 3 t . ii, t ' V WM In 1 tr ' tl R :yt , 'J if iff I' B K1 1 Ol we ,' Those fancy maneuvers at football games weren't the result ofgood luck. They were perfected after hours of practice. practice, practice. X ,i I 1 3 E xr' geuo ' ,QER 'Ii ef?:f-:42.r,'g,-A v , 1'l'+I Ig f"" I 4 -5 f K- .., u-+-.ts, ,-. ,f R -7 1- .lf ' v If Bii','1t il .iff J .gl W "" . s-,,, ' ' afchillg , Band The Panther Band shows its pride by spelling out EUCLID The Panther Band, under the direc- tion of Arthur Sydow, started its sea- son late in August with an on-campus band camp. Students met for 8 days of extensive playing and marching re- hearsals. The first two days were spent developing the sound of the Panther Band as well as learning to march Pan- ther Band style. Work was begun on the pre-game and half-time show for open- ing night. For each show a band member re- ceived a show guide containing several pages of routines, formations, and cho- reographic directions. ln addition, each band member learned new music for each show. Each half-time performance took anywhere from I5 to 20 hours of re- hearsal time to learn and lasted about 7V2 minutes on the field. The season was highlighted by the final home game show - "Script Eu- clid", led by this year's band president, Senior Dale Grubb. This year, three shows were designed by Seniors Diane Andrews, Judy Brown, Judy Hasse, and Judy Krnc. Junior Rob Hendershot acts as a trumpet stand. In Y .P 't lt's easy to scream your brains out if your football team finished lO-0 or your basketball team is headed for the state finals. But what happens when your school's teams are average, as ours were this year? Then it takes a special kind of spirit to cheer on the team in front of half- empty stands. Perhaps this is the greatest attribute of this year's cheerleaders. Right The varsity cheerleaders look like they're mo- deling for a toothpaste commercial, Below Late October and early November football games meant that sometimes those smiles were liter- ally frozen on the cheerleaders' faces S Making The Spirit 'Nea ll Krawczyszyn, Debbie Taylor. Top Gayle Kubi -'i 1-' iii-....., Katy Duffy Karen Harmon Kristen Yamane Jill Nemecek y Stibinger, Row 2t Kathy Ryder, Connie Papouras Row H- fe- ----f'A-H-we Come Alive Left Gayle Kubik stirs up spirit 111 Oclobefs Homecoming bonfire rully. Below, WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Yvonne Leduc, Jill Midolo Cindy Rilzu, Row .I Pam Paradiso, Kelly Taylor, Amy Raicevich, Row 3: Gina Evans Row 4: Pammi Phillips, N . 5 , Y Y N A I l Lori Sajn Patty Brod Denise Nichling Jane Shunk rade the pa 70 The Bonfire f ,--P" Above: Euclid students tie up traffic on East 222nd as they make their way to Memorial Park for the Homecoming bonfire and rally. Right: There she goes!This years bonfire rally was almost scrapped because of conflicts with local air pollution laws. The 1980-1981 Homecoming festivities began on Wednesday. October 8th. with a traditional parade and bonfire-pep rally and concluded with the Homecoming dance on Saturday night. The Homecoming parade and bonfire were highlight- ed by the float and car decorating contests, won by the Football Trainers and C.O.E. class respectively. Atten- dance at both of these events was at an all-time high. The announcement of the Homecoming Queen and her court came on Thursday at an all-school assembly. The winner was Kristin Yamane. Kristin and her atten- dants were presented to the crowd at halftime during Friday nights Homecoming game against Bedford, a game the Panthers won 24-0. Homecoming concluded with the annual formal dance held in the E-room. This year's theme was Down on Main Street. The 175 couples who attended the dance were entertained by the sounds of Teaser. The Action 4 S 0 Main Street Q 3 'N .Hn , .f N S 1 +wr..- -for-s .Q -3 4,1 . -1 c I 6 3 I it - f QQ'-'V if a'F.fa: . H ...ff r 3 W .LL ,A M, ' .LLL A long line of Homecoming candidates await the announcement of the 1980-1981 Homecoming Queen. .J J. i -t ,, A -o ,r -. ' t l 1 4 ALLLRHGHT!!! Pam Brown lets her emotions out after Kristin Yamane accepts the congratulations of her friends after being named being named Junior Attendant. Homecoming Queen. P+ B' CD CD v-1 CD O 1-F it O B HE EE iTi5Tr 59 iiiffig ' ffl? sfg, L Euclidiv Honicconnng Queen and her court: Junior Attendant Pam Brown, Senior Attendant Patty Brod, Queen Kristin Yamane, Senior Attendant Niegtin McLaughlin, and Sophomore Attendant Mindy Simon reigned over the couples during the Homecoming dance. is Ifl claw mit e-ics, maybe m-i knees will stop shaking. Junior Attendant Pam Broun ix preacnted to un appreciative crowd during the halftime of thc Hontccominv mme . . E ' Diane Lorence and Steve Ortman match perfect smiles. 5 1 If . " i 1 The Dance Nick Caplick, Kathy Ryder, Bruce Benedict, and Carol Otcasek take a break for quiet conversa- tion. 1 I ' I ' :J .X' I X i X . yfif V X 5 Q" r- r W V' - I . Ar- '.f -' N!- Yech! Why didn't you tell me you had an egg in your vest pocket! 5 J i X ,lf V . -km A 1 is rl I hope she doesn't ask me to dance. I hope she doesn't Kevin Durst and Allison Derreberry link up for an cnjoyziblc cvcn- ' h H comin dance, ask me to dance. I hope she doesn't .... Ing H! I C 0mC B W9 GW 96 Whatever happened to Monopoly? And stick-ball in the street? And hang- ing out at the soda shop after school? Like most of the pastimes of our par- ents' generation, they are just memories now. High school students ofthe 1980's have developed their own games and sports. For example, while a high school stu- dent inthe 1950's might have been con- tent to play baseball or football from morning to night, more individualistic and non-competitive forms of physical activity appeal to the student of the l980's. Witness the growing popularity of jogging, skiing, judo, and karate. Another difference between our- selves and our parents is apparent in the board games we play. While our par- ents might have been satisfied with Monopoly and Parchesi, many students of the 1980's are joining the growing ranks of fantasy and wargames players. These games, which have rule books sometimes running up to a hundred pages in length, challenge the imagina- tion and appeal to the student who be- lieves that a game should offer a greater high than just owning Boardwalk and Park Place. Perhaps the most popular games of the l980's, however, are the electronic ones. First appearing a few years ago, and ranging from Simon to Space In- vaders, these electronic wonders can now be found in any shopping center, game room, or student's locker, and are certainly a fair cry from the primitive shoot the bear penny arcade games our parents used to play at Euclid Beach Park. Above, right: Thank you. but I think 1'd prefer to use my own razor. A martial arts demonstration held in the E-room stirred enough interest among students that a martial arts club was formed this year. Right, center: just hold on there while I adjust my glasses, Right: Are you sure that this is an ancient Orien- tal way of curing a headache? hatever ,ZS ...J-1 li Qtr S HW' Q malt! i' 3 T TJ A , 'I '- 1-5 Pj J' l r l , " ql' iii '- ' ' V211 t 1 l-A t K A . Egg l twig . 5' h , Y-1 'G ' ' qw:-ji Y o iff Sf A if ' ' ' -'f Vlkfl Xxi f 'yi 1 l t 51" 5 1Z,gIt,V,YXt,ffi'g gf' f li A . ix . 'f'- ,fxrezlf-:Q-Y ,l V i 'li t 'K' in t f to t f l :Qi L-X R' 1 1 i V 1, - A 1 A' -Q 4- Q . ,, Li f O6'l2!'-t.xi,14xtf at - - . . ."'-V ,V t WQ- l OCA , 'QUR 'I A 2 -ft - .... ' tant-NC Top: A video football game can provide al- most as much excitement as a clash between the Browns and the Steelers, Above, left: Rats? Beaten by the computer again! Above, rrgh!:The hande of dcettny determine the How ol' battle in Squad Leader, a board game depicting action on the Russian front in World War ll. Left' Euclid students, shown here behind their barricade of war and fantasy gantey, formed .i strategy .ind tactics club thnx year arvey Appears At Euchd And another thing! Never upstage me again! This year's Fall Play was a Comedy about a 6' lV2" rabbit named Harvey. The play was written in 1944 by Mary Chase, and after along run on Broadway, it was made into a hit movie. The main character, Elwood P. Dowd4played by John Erosfand his friend, Harvey, spend their time making friends and going to bars. However, Harvey is invisible to the rest of the world, causing most people to believe Dowd a mental case. His sister Veta Sim- mons, played by Tina DiBacco, tries to commit Dowd to Chumley's Rest Home, a mental institution, but the staff is confused and thinks Veta is the one who is sick. The comedy expands from this mix-up. Aside from the cast, credit for the success of the play is due to several other people. Ron LaBondano designed the set. Allen Black was in charge of the sound and lighting, and Amy Reno was the head of the prop department. Sue Bukovac acted as Student Director. Thus, the success of the play was not due to the efforts of any one person: it was a team effort. B it -1. I' va 01 Q .gf f i Joe DCOYHH flUlShCd UP SOYHS IHS! miflllle Piiiflliflg of lhe SCI- John Kisthardt and Aida Saracevic look in wonder at the holes in a hat left in their office x Tina DiBacco, Matt Panlages, and Wendy Slroud work together in one of lhe many comic scenes of thc play. Above' John Eros mukcs himself ovcr into the smiling psychopzilh, Elwood R, Dowd Q Ii r- x Y I . .Vi gil? Q 17 r Spirits Haunt The Hall All those signs that plastered the hallways on Thursdays and Fridays didn't appear by magic. They were the efforts ol' the Spirits Club. The Spirits Club is an informal group of EHS stu- dents who spend each Wednesday night painting signs and posters to express their support for the school's various sports teams Right. Some Spirits Club members were even ready to use their lingers when there xxeren't enough paint brushes to go around. Three heads are better than one. iv' l , . 1. 5"Nx. -.p. Se' -- S Lf' F. SLI Q Maybe it will look better if I use my tie. www- l Golden Girl Glow with Spirit Euclid lligh Schoolk IVHIJ-lil fiiilileii fiirlx lititl .i wry active und succemliul yeiir. .Xxide lironi perl'-mrining :il Ncliimiil functions. they entertained git xqirioux eoininunity .ill.iirx throughout the yeur. The mzijorettes praicticed during the xuniiner .ind d.iily during the lull for their perliorinuncex tit the hullitinie xhoiu ol' the football games. The mujorettcs duneed to Nueh wngx as Tuskfleuturing Cziptuin ,leunnine Clirlok xolo perlior- muncc. Catch the PepsiSp1'rit. und Knock' on Wood, ,VM gin added touch. they used tumbourines, lighted btttonx. huts. and canes in their various routines. Lehpleannine Carlo hui pructiec this routine xo rnuny lllTlCNlhl1lNhLf could even do it with her eycm closed L., 'A K Above: The majorettes run through one ol' their numbers .it .in gillwehonl assembly ut the end ol' football watson. Lef1Seutcd:Jcunninc Carlo. Kneeling, Carol Demon, Bei ltilclice Sund- l'l1g.'K11l'Cl'1 Koxuilkoxuki, Ginny Bulough, l All all ll il i A lrren :vom f ei' .' ' C . 's . , w . 15' o .lu- 5' 'S ,. 1'-SF 4 Q I :ff s"' u ., . Ev A' . 'X X i' V'--' 'A q, jlz3"f, qs.. 3. +1 X Nt' K K . x Q - ha fl 'f-'f I x 5. A, , mg - x . -V iw' I . . -. , , X 3 5W'1" A ' s V ' -' , -Q "v 'x ., . ,- ,, ,. ...V it . The abilities lo swa-llesaPSElbE'UfW'2ilei1 .and to endure the pain ofthe eye are among the qualities of a good watevi' polo player. X ,J -1, "' ' Q., I ev.. 5" '. . . N- R N K-La..-.so Q Q vii? e3v' ag'-5 ' H. . if 2' .- 0 , . it . '7 ' V if -' Lellffouch Rodrlgucfs wnlcr pnlu lcum Iznlxllcd llr'-,I ll'l llnur flmrnu x-.nlh ll fl-U record. Below: A helpless dcfennc just lmvks. on 115 I'uLIld's Tum Xlullun Llmm ln un thc ' opponenfs goal. F' ,, A rf -'N l ll 'W we-.N , W M, e fl X, e ' "' " s- f'?'1T: l"'1bM"vx. "' 1- ' ' - I 'S '. -if-l 'P 1 ., ' " 1- ,. ,A fixup ,. I -Y "-'rw mf ---Q -- ' , - ' ' VW- , " ., . ' " '1-A, , .- , ',1':Q:'.lA: 'Q E. QA ,,,, ,, A . ,w'?',.2..'l ,.r . ef A ' 'Q -e W1-,, 1 -. ,p --wo, A-CLJGN M -vm. 5 "'IY-3vw.,.f,. 1 , e M, ' .1 ix ag ' 'FE Q... WAI NAPOLO Clockwise from the bo!tam:Mindy Peck, Lori Schrock, Linda Cramer, Therese Nickel, Maureen Colling, Corinne Dular, Sue Rcinkc, Amy Ogrinc, Sherri Deuschle, Jean Busher, Diane Andrews, Lorna Coyne, Barb Sla1rr,Sue Hickey, Linda Hanson, Wendy Wrighl, ,lcnnilcr Thomnw, Amp Slcclc. Pam Brown, Monica Parisi, Kathy Kause, Kathy Kehn, Ellyn Gleisser. l Student Council' , ,i QQSS 1 ' li ' 7 - t J 1 l ', . J N l'fl"""'Q 1 l- fl fl li,-vs i to l . , Above, STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Patty Hill, presidentg Charlie Booms, vice-presidentg Chrissy Ryder, treasurerg Meg McLaughlin, secretary, Right' Jane Shunk lights up the life of a golden ager at the Christmas party the Student Council sponsored The Decision akers a 5139 rf' 3- She wants me Io lake her to the .senior prom' Bill Perdue poses with some newly made friends Charlie Booms can never make a decision unless he has his lucky toothpick, Among its various service projects this year. Student Council members helped to collect canned goods, paper products, and cash donations from the student body to give to the needy fam- ilies in Euclid at Thanksgiving time. A Christmas party was also held for the residents of the Euclid Villa Senior Citizens Apartment Complex. The Student Council also did a good job organizing school activities this year. Homecoming, for example, was very successful. A great parade and an excellent bonfire were among its memo- rable moments. The Homecoming Dance drew a record crowd. The Stu- dent Council also sponsored the Winter Festival, the Battle ol' the Classes, and the annual Pool Tournament. At the end ot' the year, Student Council members traveled to the junior highs to talk to ninth graders to interest them in joining Student Council nest year when they enter EHS. Although the success of the Student Council this year was the result ot' hard work by all its members, special men- tion should be made ol seniors Jane Shunk and .lenniller Thomas for the time and el'l'ort they contributed. STL DI-'X T LU! Xlxll BUTTOXI ROR Sandy Snyder, Sue Paul, Beth Nlabcl. Dan Bauer Lisa Rhone, Patrice Ware, Xmy Steele RON 2 Carol Cltrnpbcll, l ori Teplcy, Xlegan Xlel ,iiighf lin,Chrissy Ryder, Nlarx ii,iIloxx.iy, kathy Ryder Bill Perdue ROW I Pam Broun, Debbie Taylor Jill Nemecels, Xloniea Poekar, llixid lhititlioni Bob Ynld.1rsic,Steye l .iusin RUN -1 lil N1.i'oli, Mitchell tilielsen, .lane Shiinls, l'.itix llill,k harlie Booms, ,lenml'er Thomas NUT Pll ll Rl D Robert Scott, lxatlix llrtirs, llevli llrixlcr, lletli lfranlto Among the unsung heroes of Euclid High School are the members of the Soph- omore and Junior Classes, groups of spirit- ed class members who meet to plan activi- ties and money-making projects for their respective classes. The only compensation they receive for their efforts is the satisfac- tion of knowing that they helped make EHS a more spirited, exciting school for their fellow class members. The National Honor Society is a nation- al organization meant to recognize a school's outstanding junior and senior stu- dents. At EHS, National Honor Society members are selected on the basis of aca- demic standing and involvement in school activities. Right, above. SOPHOMORE CLASS Bottom Row: Lauren Jambor. Row 2: Karen Schulz, Connie Pa- porous, Amy Raicevich, Wendy Cicek, Lynn Prit- chard. Row 3: Lisa Cover, Mindy Simon, Lisa Berar- dinelli, Jenny Jaroscak. Row 4: Sheila Walsh, Sue Reinke, Vince Rattini, Miyung Surh, Shirleen Nurmi, Hillary Hook, Mary Ann Kelly. Row 5: Julie Koucky, Lynette Gilmore, Laurie Hanlon, Carrie Jackson. Row 6: Missy Cole, Mary Hromyko, John Hribar, Wendy Swyt. Right. JUNIOR CLASS Bottom Row: Jan Mihel- cic, Gayle Kubik, Jill Krawcyzsyn, Donna Zupan, Jenny Jambor, Linda Lewin. Row 2: Tom Coyne, Monica Pockar, Amy Steele, Kris Shook, Monica Parisi, Cheryl Johnson, Jane Stragisher. Row 3: Shiela Kelly, Beth Franko, Janene Selway, Sandy Ukmar, Aida Saracevic, Lisa Letcher, Nina Valenti. Right, below. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Bottom Row: Megan McLaughlin, Judy Krnc, Linda Boone, Sue Lokar, Michelle Hinko, Sue Hickey. Row 2: Lori Tepley, Lisa Berzin, Sharon Fike, Anna Dovic, Lisa Barash. Row 3: Robert Golob, Dale Grubb, John Eros. Missing: Diane Andrews, Dave Beal, Lynne Blevins, Judy Braun, Linda Callahan, Tim Christianson, Dawn Ehrhart, Patty Hill, Beth Hook, Paul Hwang, Kathy Kehn, Linda Lawrence, Doug Leu, Beth Mabel, Bill Mason, Joe Porten, Bri- an Reno, Nav Singh, Marybeth Stragisher. f-L 1 ,ttf X few -I Wlfifnrmrrcmtit Xa53',.ap"' 5 ' Service 'fi .jc A I if The Key Club is a youth organiza- tion which attempts to serve its school and community. In the past year, the Key Club has donated over S1000 to charitable causes. Besides financial assistance, the club per- forms purely service-oriented activi- ties such as holiday coffee stops, leaf raking, and Christmas caroling for the elderly. The club also holds so- cials frequently and has entertain- ment at each meeting. The Key Club is one of the largest clubs at EHS. with well over forty members in at- tendance at its weekly meetings. The Incredible Hulk? No, just a Key Club member helping to man the Euclid Kiwanis' Haunted House at the Euclid Square Mall during Halloween. KEYCLUB Bottom Row: Ken Zuro, Rober- ta Yuhas, Beth Kupfer, Nav Singh, Kevin Simon, Mr. McCallum, Debra Penicka. Lisa Grassi. Row 1: Miyung Surh, Sharon Tice. Sue Mooney, Marlene Joyce, Mark Mcblelis. Bev Kohler, Sue Lokar, Eileen Yandeveer, Allison Mersnik, Mr, Hill. Row 3' Heidi Schultz, Linda Doremus, Scott Kost, Vince Rattini, Bob Kalcher, Carol Chase, John Grigsby, Jeff Kosmelos, Lynne Blevins, Row -1: Russ Oshaben. Tom Coyne, Dan Green. Curl Rasmusen, Al Black, Jenny Jambor. Dave Zagorc, Tacyung Surh, Don Kucem, Paul Glaser. GV 9 THE AD X 'r C M 'U W , Q l Above: Geoff Pritchard was one ofthe few stu- dents willing to act as a guinea pig at the energy assembly. Far right: Mike Cotter leads the cheerleaders at the Powder Puff assembly. Right: The Varsity Chorale Christmas concert was missed by the sophomores and juniors ,,,' I FUEL OH. 33f GASOLINE 44 A J. . 45 . tg iff R y i.'-Eva' 'G - 29" 'Q Q 4 Y.-nl U School assemblies can serve sever- al purposes: to build school spirit, to give information, or to provide enter- tainment. While assemblies can't please everyone, the ones we had this year didfulfill one of these purposes. The school year got off to its usual start with a rowdy rally for the St. .Ioe's game: a fiery speech by Coach Seymour, lots of yelling and scream- ing by the students, a surprise visit by Dr. Husarik and Darth Vader- and another shellacking that night from the St. Joe's football team. However, on a scale of I to 10, the St. Joe's assembly would rate a 9 on sheer intensity of school spirit. The next assembly, a one-man comic show by Mark Schoenbrach, was the best one of the year. Al- though its purpose was instructive- get involved in school and its activi- ties-the speaker's comic presenta- tion of slices of high school life kept most students concentrating on him rather than their watches. The homecoming assembly was a The homecoming assembly was O.K. if you were sitting near the floor. typical Student Council extravagan- za with the introduction of candi- dates to mood music as each paraded down white runners through the gym. It was exciting if your girl- friend was up for queen, but if you were unlucky enough to be in one of the homerooms sitting up in the rafters of the gym, the combination of distance and a poor sound system made it next to impossible to connect names and faces. The Bore-of-the-Year award went to the energy assembly, Although the intention was good-an informa- tional presentation on the energy cri- sis-the assembly was a complete bust. What went wrong? The sub- ject? The speaker's approach? The after-effects of that day's cafeteria food? lt's hard to tell, but it proves one thing about high school assem- blies: sometimes the magic works and sometimes it doesn't. The Marching BandfMajorette assembly was highly entertaining for those students whojust go to football ,,,.- Mr. Mark Schoenbrach delivers a comic in- terpretation ofhigh school life during the bust assembly of the year. 53' games so they can watch the half- time shows or those who rate George Gershwin's music right up there with Bruce Springsteen's. For the other 99? of the student body, listening to the Marching band perform at least cut their classes down by five min- utes each day. The Powder Puff assembly saw about one half of the senior class milling about the gym floor as girls ofthe Blue and Gold teams. coaches. officials for the game, and cheer- leaders parodied the excitement of a regular football game. What it lacked in organization, it made up for in enthusiasm. The Varsity Chorale Christmas Concert proved highly entertain- ing-to the seniors, who got to see it. Unfortunately, the underclass home- rooms only got a piped-in land gar- bledj version of it over the PA, While some of this year's assem- blies were better than others, they all helped to break up the day-to-day routine of school life. Dale Grubb's trumpet solo was really interesting for ill thc marching band Cl'lll1usI.lsIs in the sch ' The Music Men And Women . 4 .and this is what is known as playing by ear, Below SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE Woodwinds Bottom Row: Judy Braun, Diane An- drews, Judy Krnc, Mike Lausin, Melanie McChancy, Janet Niccum. Row 2: Dan Bauer. Bill Bretton, Mike Bratton, Ruth Cook, Peggy Linn, Barb Spaur, Row 3: Joe Porten, Randy Martin, Jim Steffas, Eric Koslen, Ray Tice, Barry Mitan. , v-5-. . , ff..-, In ' '- Q Ta T," i' i' ,L , mg, Above ORCHESTRA Bottom Row' Angela Gubitosi, Chris Hoag, Jean- ine Swoboda Row 2: Lisa Centa, Bethany Hook, Amy Reno, Nancy Smith, Alice Gregory, Row 3: Donna Francetic, Janet Struna, Lisa Grif- fin. Dave Gaffney. Row 4: Mr Hutson, Pete Salopek, Mark Lawyer, Jeff Griffin. Terry Boggs, Werner Hertzcr. Right CONCERT BAND Brass Bottom Row. Paul Resnik, Andv Powaski, Jimmy Peek, Lance Haverlock, Judy Stevko. Row l':Curt Ras- musen, Ernie Lackncr, Joe Vislocky, Marcia Shutty, Gary Buck, Mark Dzomba, Pelnr Joksimovich, Mark Shimonek. Row 3: Matt Price, Bob Cable, John Davis, Ellyn Gleisser, Ruth Ann Bierer, Russ Mazzaro, Steve Anzells, Henry Stuart. -hill t. H' flilni ...A ,f f an ' 6+ A "' 1 The sound ol' music, ranging from pop to the classics, can be heard coming from the many different bands sponsored by the Music Department, Students were busy this year rehearsing for the Solo and Ensemble Contest, which was held at fiuclid on February 14th, and for the seasonal performances and concerts held throughout the year, Left: Who can you expect to play Musical Chairs better than a member ot' one ul' Euclid High School's bands? 1.1-1 affglt V 1 " J fi T 1' ilu Above SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE Brass Bottom Row: Gary Summerhill, Stan Matras, Scott Theodore, Paul Glaser. Row 2: Dave Bukovec, Mark Hansen, Rob Hender- shot, Dale Grubb, Brian Reno, Geoff Prit- chard. Row 3: Neil Bierer, Brian Chapman, Judy Hasse, Fred Ham, Joel Mansperger Row 4: Mike Vitantonio, Kevin Kelly, Chris Owens. Left STAGE BAND Bottom Row: Bill Bret- ton, Joe Porten, Eric Kosten, Mike Bratton. Ray Tice. Row 2: Judy Hasse, Neil Bierer, Steve Anzells. Row 3: Nick Selvaggio, Dave Beal, Ward Thrasher, Linda Lewin. Wes Tay' lor, Jill Nemecek, Brian Reno, Geoff Prit- chard, Dave Bukovec, Rob Hendershot. No! Pictured: Jim Black, Joel Mansperger, Fred Ham, Dale Grubb, Kevin Kelly, N, Below, left CONCERT BAND Woodwinds Bottom Row: Destiny Morgan, Maureen Nia- tras, Marlene Joyce, Sue Leonard, Sharon Tice, Lesa Galer. Ron 2: Mia Minerd, Sue Drienka, Linda Rattini, Kim Rawlings, Rick Hunt, Mary Ann Fratcher. Row ,?'Jcft' Wes- tover, John Harper, Andy Morkunas, Jim Rossi, Al Mulraney, Vince Penny, Janet Smith, .4 H-1 Concerts, New York Trip R1ghtCHORAL MASTERS Bottom Row Cindy Parker. Denise Scheid, Judy Ludvik. Sherri Johnson. Nina Valenti. Linda Cramer, Lisa Beryin, Dana Sa- lem, Ken Ferlito. Tim Coles, Jane Shunk. Linda Bo- zak. Linda Boone, Jill Nemecek. Lori Sajn. Audrey Wintle. Ron J, Kelly Norton, Audrey Lonchar. Gail Kubik. Jenny Jambor. Sue Paul, Jeanine Selway. Linda Lewin, Jim Speer, Sam Carasso. Sue Sly, Jan Mihelcic. Julie Samuel, Debbie Taylor. Kathy Ca- van. Kelly Erne. Row 3' Bev Kohler. Jeanie Busher. Karen Lockhart. Dana Wood, Barry Mitan. Mark Cefaratti. John Kisthardt, Steve Lausin, Marie Cheatham, Carol Chase. Marilyn Struna, Denise Meyers Ron 4' Renee Mihelich. Denise Fetko, Tom Mullen. John Renshaw, Phil Mohorich. .lim Cater. Mike Durbin, Mike Cotter. John Eros. Carol Olea- sek, Lisa Letcher, Amy Wilson. Karen Kish. Lori Hall. Maureen Hildebrandt. The Choral Masters was composed of eighty students under the direction ot' Mr. Ronald Morgan. They sang in three con- certs: one in the fall. one at Christmas- time. and one in the spring. ln addition, the Choral Masters participated in the an- nual GCC concert, which was held at Be- ford. A select group of twenty students composed the Varsity Chorale. These stu- dents. all members ol' the Choral Masters as well, were picked for spots on the Varsi- ty Chorale on the basis of auditions held last spring. Besides singing with the Cho- ral Masters at their concerts. Varsity Cho- rale members performed at their own benefits and capped their year with a trip to New York City. The president of the Varsity Chorale this year was Dana Salem. Right Dana Salem. Ken Ferlito. and thc other mem- bers ol the Varsity Chorale helped put the school in a holiday mood at the choral assembly held for seniors before Christmas vacation. I' .gil-1 'Sag 1' i walt' lli 2 l 1 if 1 W 's ey ft to J S. Eli l ..:-aa ' I 15 'tg 5 iff: 3 1 li' W fs' 5 L ' Mt i' V l Q.. . 13 Y 12, 4 A l X 1 X .x QA l t o 3 .. all M -Q: Q J lt We 6. far. BQ-v' ' 42' -- i -ra.: Q- 3 K . ighlight Choral Grou I- p 7 Year lull IIN xungx,lr1LIr1vUllUCwII1,lI lhc X ww. cII'IUI'.lIU uscd IH xlx pcrlumnnmm mwry IIN pruduclx ul pr,1Ll1Lu I1cIII ucry X1Ifr1-II, cxcnmg .xlII1cI!1pI1 xdmul Hvluu, lol! 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A :jg ,A - .n :ve ,-ji. fteff..-.' j'..:-- bibir'-.11-:.-vz, , ,, ' 6"ilI't1'4E:4"-J"f?fj4',,.!.'.,- Q-.'Q'. ' .' ',,, '4- "2tkH" ' sq. g -4 u -Y Q .-r., ' ' - .-,, ,. ' , .- 1 . - - 'H' ' - .' ' , ," . .inn-F - . 522' -,L T ' '.:--if-' ' - ' T' s - 1 '-4 - .-2 ...v A reversal of roles takes place in a pow- der puffgame: the girls play a game of flag football and the boys act out the role of cheerleaders. Besides being funny, powder puff football can be profitable. This year's senior class raised S900 because of the game. Approximately l20 senior girls partici- pated in this year's powder puff game, playing for either the Blue or Gold teams, Although in the past two years the powder puff game had ended in a tie, this year the Gold team won a resounding 38-6 victory. Above, left: The Gold team predicts victory Left: The Blue team gets themselves psyched. Above' Hours ol' highly disciplined practice under the watchful eyes of brilliant coaches helped prepare the girls for the BIG game, Leli: The crowd was treated to the precision and grace ol! .t spectacular halftime shmw Sophomore Paul Leasure, dressed in white, was instrumental in getting the Martial Arts Y Club organized. Several clubs at Euclid High School exist for those students who take plea- sure in flexing their muscles. The tradi- tional ones-the Lettermens Club and the Girls Leaders Club-are more or less honorary organizations for students who are involved with one of the school's sports teams. The Martial Arts Club, however, is slightly different. The Martial Arts Club was formed WN! 5 Ext-f .s z- W, Y ss. MX -5. "4'e,,i,a?bs.fs 'Y as -:vs-.-b,3Zrnit2-1:4 w.1,::-1:1435 IMS: 4:1123 tiff '1:1:-I5:':E1"253213212-'11 " f. .- '- -- , 7 X av- ,, . as-v-1.1-,-f Q:-.v::'..-.t 'u 3 " L -.-W ji- 4 , zigzgaftfgr ':'4'X-1:-1:5 jx-123:-.-:V -:.:::g:Q-:-:vt:':,:1v' yy -, " , 4m,:g2:-:Q-sae! -wr:-3:'ff2 :- .2 'fv-.- ' '-2-?'e.-,snfzif-.' F125 f 'fzvzjg--5 r- :s?3E,f'3 'W S2435 'X' " ,S at z f asa ,f 1 t i C 1 X -..Vi A - K-S+. xnxx -N-Ex? I, k ir i'5...,,N A""'Nq-- -a......,s -S-an 5 for those students interested in and will- ing to learn the techniques of self-de- fense. The students were taught respect, self-control, and self-defense. The ma- jor martial arts studied were aikido and karate. The sponsor and instructor was Mr. John Berilla, who volunteered his time on Wednesdays and Saturdays for the benefit of the club. Club members learned relaxation ,v -4 J.. techniques and self-defense methods. Instructors from other martial arts or- ganizations came in to provide students with information on what to expect in various situations. Club officers this year were Paul Leasure, presidentg Mark Botirius, vice-presidentg Nancy McCourt, secretaryg and Beth Mason, treasurer. XX, 5 Rx Left SWIM LEADERS Bottom Row: Ellyn Gleisser, Mary Smith, Jcnny Jambor, Jill Krawczyszyn, Mary Ellen Eiermann, Brian Chapman, Row 2: Janet Smith. Tom Coync, Scott Gundling, Paul Glaser. On Ladder: Jim Cater, Row 3: Boris DcGranda, Mark Francetic, Amy Steele, Karen Harmon, Tom Powell, Paul Resnik, Dan Green, Jeff Jaros- cak, Scott Clines. Row 4: Pat Cotter, Eric Wuchter. Below LETTERMENS CLUB Bottom Row: Mike Guarino, Jeff Barnard, Mike Vella, Jack Richardson, Larry Longstreth, Redon Jones, Jim Speer, Joe Minardo, Keith Mahovlic, Kevin Callahan, Stacey Jones, Chris Hughes. Row 2: Craig Eyman, Dave Skiljan, Ron Suponcic, Rick Rohlke, Doug Hufford, Everett Wesley, Kevin Durst, Gary Casto, Pat Delaney, Dave Rojeck, Bob Rinderle, John Barndt, Vic Schembre. Row 3: Tom Deason, Mike Zusman, Joe Iafelice, Geddy Jakubauskas, Paul Pallante, Tom Povirk, Brian Smith, Rick Schafer, Scott Sanford, Mike Szmania, Harry Yanchar, Greg Fondran, Darrin Gaff- ney, Tom Pappalardo, Vic Martin. Row 4: Lou Nieves, Dennis Morek, Frank Bauck, John Hribar, George Caplick, Jim Mitch, Doug Grosel. K def , .,, .ote ii? ,Q F3 fi -4 s ,i,1 , ,,,, t. , - gi -3 ""?ff' V .1 is .J 635, fn FX i v J if Q ' i lam i,V-it .,.f , , I A Q' sf-gl GL' wt ,aa -A-A' LeftGlRLS LEADERS CLUB Bottom Row: Mrs. Audrey Fox, Judy Krnc. Row 2: Chrissy Ryder, Beth Franko, Carol Campbell. Row 3: Kathy Ryder, Kathie Brown, Janine Selway. Not Pictured: Laura Wachhaus, Jeanine Swoboda, Au- drey Lonchar, Donna Zak. NW. The inauguration ofa new President would normally be considered the top news story of the year, but the events of 1981 were anything but normal. On the local scene, Euclid resident Dennis Eckart was elected to Congress to replace the retiring Charles Vanik, congressman of the 22nd district, The Cleveland Browns were also win- ners-winners of the Central Division championship for the first time in years. The doors to the Super Bowl for them were frozen shut, however, in their playoff game against Oakland, held in an icy Cleveland Stadium where the windchill factor hovered around -30. With only minutes to go in the game, a Brian Sipe pass was intercepted in the end zone. Oakland won the game 14-12 and went on to destroy Philadelphia in the Super Bowl 27-10. In contrast to the Browns, the only excitement caused by the Cavaliers was generated by the feuding between the new owner, Ted Stepien la former Eu- clid School Board memberl and the lo- cal sports writers, who questioned many of Stepien's trades. On the national scene, 1980 was a Presidential election year in which the incumbent President, Jimmy Carter, was challenged by Republican Ronald Reagan and Independent John Ander- son. Many pre-election polls showed Carter and Reagan remarkably close, witha large number of voters still unde- cided. A debate between Carter and Reagan held in Cleveland in late Octo- ber apparently helped the voters make up their minds as Reagan went on to win a landslide victory. THE YEAR OF ln other national news, two Cleve- land missionaries, Jean Donovan and Sister Dorothy Kazel twhose parents reside in Euclidl were killed in political violence in El Salvador. Within a short period of time after their murders, local and national TV and newspaper report- ers began examining the United States role in El Salvador in detail, Back at home. several congressmen were con- victed in the ABSCAM operation, a bribery scandal in which FBI agents, posing as representatives of rich Arabs, passed bribe money to the unsuspecting congressmen for promises of political favors. The nation in general, and rock mu- sic fans in particular, were shocked by the murder of John Lennon, a member of The Beatles, who was fatally wound- ed outside his New York apartment building by a deranged fan, Mark Da- vid Chapman. Lennon's death triggered sales of his albums, and his latest album Double Fantasyand hit single "Starting Over" reached the top of the music charts immediately. While music lovers were mourning Lennon's death, the country was mourning the sour economy, which was beset with layoffs and high inflation. The flood of imported cars entering the country had a strong effect in the Cleveland area, where many auto work- ers found themselves in the unemploy- ment line rather than on the assembly line. The top news story of the year, of course, was the release of the 52 Ameri- cans held hostage in lran. As a show of appreciation for their 444 days of cap- tivity, the hostages were showered with parades and gifts-ranging from free vacations to free baseball tickets for the rest of their lives-upon their return to the United States. ln addition to its involvement with the hostages, Iran was also in the news as a war flared up between it and Iraq. The Russians used the instability in the area to continue their occupation of Af- ghanistan. Also occupying Russia's at- tention were events in Poland, where a number of strikes broke out as workers demanded more freedom. While politi- cal problems threatened the Middle East and Poland, North Africa and ltaly were devastated by major earthquakes. ln the world of entertainment. the hit movies of the season were The Empire Strikes Back, Friday the 13th, Stir Crazy, 9 to 5, and Ordinary People. The new TV season was delayed several weeks by an actors' strikeg but when the strike was settled, audiences found that they really didn't miss much as the new TV shows, like Speak Up, America and Bosom Buddies left much to be desired. The top-rated TV shows of the year were Dallas tDo you remember who shot J.R.?l, 60 Minutes, The Dukes of Hazzard, and The Love Boat. As the outstanding special of the year, Shogun scored spectacularly in the TV ratings. Besides John Lennon, notable deaths which occurred this year included mov- ie director Alfred Hitchcock, actor Steve McQueen, French philosopher and Nobel Prize-winning author Jean- Paul Sartre, and track and field star Jesse Owens. Dennis Eckart accepts the congratulations of outgoing Charles Vanik as he trades his job as state John Lennon's death shocked those older music lovers rep,-e5emarive for ghai gf Congressman, who remembered The Beatles'two concerts in Cleveland in the mid-'6O's. ELM mano i V , , Y , 1: e' ' SC- L-, " 1 , . cg. gi iz: s tel E ,E . V 1 x 1 is 5 .-. 'r-1 .ii Q st., .rn 'N . t I I' E-..- ':' i :i " - Li ,E .1 Tl ' ,jg fs! ' ,s 1 'r 1 I Cleveland became less of a national joke when it was selected as the site for thc only 1980 Presidential debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. :surf 4 Aboi'e:Rather than yellow ribbons around the old oak tree, the residents of this home on Lake Shore Boulevard used a flag and a mes- sage to welcome the 52 American hostages back from 4-1-1 days of captivity in lran. Right AD CLLYB Bottom Rout Jackie Young. Sue Stephens, Amy Raicevich, Linda Lucas. Wendy Po- tokar. Nina Nlatic. Nadine Lisac. Anna Lima, Kelly Taylor, Ron 2 Mindy Simon, Laura Nlorris. Aida Saracevic, Donna Zupan, Doreen Groscl. Lorna Coyne. Barb Starr. Sue Hickey. .Ienny lambor. Beth Pritchard. Lisa Lctcher, Sandy L kmar. Karen Schulz, Renee Evans. Amy Ogrinc. Nlr Raiceyich Rott 3 Kathy Kehn. Lisa Berardinelli, Gina Cirino, Lori Hansen, Laura Bratina. Hope Doyle. Sharon Sleith. Simone Lisuc, Terri Nickel, t..,Y - - I U C A l ,Q 4.4 I xo" L Lv fi. . ' ', Q , V it r ' in-' I ...Q 1 Iftus . Xi . if Tm? N- ' 'I V t ' fe? s V"' ' f :MQ " t x Above LIBRARY -XIDES Vaughn Goliney, Kristi Berardinelli, Dena Rice, Cheryl Roberts Noi Pic- tured Linda Shel. Gayle lxubik wXbOt'c'. right A-V CLLB Bottom Run Kal Cers, Tom Yelkos, Greg Kocin, Steve lausin. Robert Scott. Keith Boyyes. -'Xllen Black Run 2 ,lim Lyon. Russ 'xV1LlZ7i.lI'0. George Miller. Brian Chapman Many' ol the clubs at Euclid High School are service- oriented. Students par- ticipate in them because they' are fun and- fcorny' as it may' seemfthey' make the school a better place to be for their liellow students. The Ad Club. A-V Club. and Library' Aides fall into this category: Ad Club members help to sell tickets and pro- grams lor the school's sporting events. Li- brary' Aides and A-V Club members keep the library and the audio-visual equipment ol' the school in good working order, While some clubs appeal to a student's sense of service. others. such as the lrivest- ment Club and the Computer Club can provide him with alter-school learning ex- periences. Members ol' the Investment Club learn economics by' following stock market trends. Computer Club members improve their programming technique on a 6800 microcomputer. a recently' built x 6809 microcomputer. and several TRS- 805. ide Service ll. , t gil ,EW ' x x fi fi liiftg.- .-i Qi., - ' 1, W- 'J it K X yu , iii! nd Learning Experiences A ull: 9 fl Vw -1' r Hll me R SIS lm wwf NMmnng.1lbI.1d.l.l4,L1, rough cru1ugh,hulI wlnyvnluri luhlncl11bcrf,.1ry pClfILJkflHdHIl ncxlu-nrx1p1wNxlJiu V,hCIIl'IUlikJ.1lk2l' is a TR .S-HU. 6 vu,-3 LclY, INVFSTNIENT CLLB Rau I ,luxe I,lH1.l. Mlke Chknmpgx, Ann Wmlle. Tum Lnrnuwn, Mm Johnson, xillfj Glover, Ron Trcbcc, Nhrk l,oPrcxl1, JcI'I'Hog11n, Vlr Schnngzucr, Rm: I Funk Nhmr- 3IL1,N1lkC Kg1xclnnus,X1g1rk N1cNcIn, JeIgI'lxmn1urm. RICkxxvhill'l10I'C,.l0hI'! Turcmm, Stew l.1uxln, Todd Dlckgxrd. Joe l dov1c,Todd Bg1rr1.urd.,llm l5.1kull,,Ilm Caller, Rnck Smith LcfY,COX1PL TVR Cl l B Beth kup1'cr,Rnbfmlnb. Mullen l nu, Todd Ndxmr, Don lxu:ur.1.Ton1Luyr1v:. Stoll Ixuxl, lfrlc lxmlun,Ki.1ry Pclrxck, R45 Tw: What happens when a football jersey gets ripped or a coach needs the statistics from the last track meet? Chances are that he drops the problem into the lap of the nearest angel, also known as sports aide. Each sport at EHS has its own support group of aides who assist in wrapping an- kles, timing events, keeping statistics, and otherwise solving those minor distractions which might keep a coach's mind off the game. Right: Sports aides are definitely number one to thirsty athletes in search of a drink of water. FOOTBALL AIDES Bottom Mary Ellen Eiermann. Row 2: Hill, Nancy Matoh. Below VARSITY Row: Kris Shook, Angie Boka, Patty ,gx L, ia. 1 4: ,R V. . tv- f 1 . lG 4' 0 A xgn - I xllla PT! INDOOR TRACK AIDES Bottom Row: Michelle Batya, Carol Chase. Gina Evans, Kathi Brown. Row 2: Linda Rattini, Joyce Suttle it A Q-, '. +4119 :.-9' Y, 1,-. 1 :A A K Y 1 ' E1 N 1 X ,J ,crib It . V-ii -.J I a f Q 59 ' 4 5 V 5 t 4. K V ,. - . I 4 ,g W Y V fi ezzrzv' at i A SWIM TIMERS Bottom Row: Tammy Philips, Michelle Snyder, Marlene Joyce, Sue Cermak. Row 2: Denise Fetko, captiang Terri Rodriguez, Kathy Hanratty, Jenny Jambor, Katie Cavan, Joannie Picciano, Joy Black, captain. Row 3: Jessica Smith, Lisa Tousel, Missy Cole, Maureen Colling, Shirin Razani, Jena Vanek. Not Pictured: Dana Salem, Lauren Hale, Donna Zupan, Avril Mclnally, Jeanne Busher, Jeanne Damiah, Jennifer Thomas. HOCKEYIAIDES Borlom Row: Lisa Cover, Joycelee Kronik, Row 2: Sherri Jacobs, Jean lmmkc, JV FOOTBALI AIDIES Bottom Row Kim lloflmun Judy Breining. Row 3: Sue Stephens, Laura Davidson, Lois Belavich, Simone Lisuc, Janet lmmke Sue Turner Row J filthy ttirlo I indii 'vliller li '- Row 4: Laura Wachhaus, Beth Steele, Coach Homovec, Lisa Caplick, Mia Minerd. Capliek. 4 V A ' V id .X E? I vit I.s,o. Y lil. t lv s W 'i - 44 'rt 'W if sit, ' 5 K S Lcl'l.'Wht1t could be better than spending a little time after school taping hairy legs? Aborc:The Pink Panthers, whose mkiin job is lo repair torn uniforms, feel that their work load would be u lot lighter il' football players would cut their finger nails once in ti while Above, lcli. WRESTLING AIDES Bottom Ron Cathy Carlo, Jackie Young, Kathy Cibrik. Ron 2: Sandy Neumann, Linn Pauley, Chris Lauri:t.Lis1i Kreiin. Ron R' Deneen Znnghi, Di.ine Szuloilski. Kris Shook. Laura Morris, Becky Tnnino Row -1' Debbie Conner, -Kms Ogrinc, Lisa De7elon, Karen Mnlinouski, Karen Reminick Run 5 Dune Roessler, Renee Evans, Mary Fllen Eierniiinn, ,Incer Johnson, Sharon 5141.15 AFS CLUB Bottom Row: Kathy Drury, Philippe Feldman, Milton Lau, Fermin Guardiola-Madero, Beth Mabel, Bill Mason. Row 2: Ruth Cook, Destiny Morgan, Julie Samuel, Elaine Haupt, Mara Pinkava, Amy Wilson. Row 3: Angela Gubitosi, Kim Trbo- vich, Karen Pfriem. Not Picturedfjudy Braun, Judy Hasse. Far right: No, Fermin, in the U.S. we don't shave with a peng we write with it. Right: AFS exchange students Milton Lau, Fermin Guardiola-Madero, and Philippe Feldman found American high school life a bit restrictive compared with that of their own countries. AFS Club Sponsors Three Exchange Students Euclid High School's AFS tAmerican Field Servicej Club is composed of stu- dents interested in learning about other cultures. AFS members are given the chance to do this by traveling overseas to live with a host family in a foreign country. During the summer of 1980, two Euclid students, Kathy Drury and Beth Mabel, traveled to Turkey and Finland respective- ly. They met many new people and have many interesting and exciting stories to tell of their travels. This year, Julie Samuel, an EHS junior, was fortunate enough to be chosen to go to New Zealand. She will spend several months with her sponsor family and go to school there with other young people her age. EHS was also honored this year to have three foreign exchange students: Milton Lau of Guatemala City, Guatemalag Phil- ippe Feldman of Dijon, Franceg and Fer- min Guardiola-Madero of Valencia, Spain. All three students are enjoying an eleven-month visit here. They all maintain A averages in their senior honors classes and say that they are learning English very quickly since they hear it so often. They are learning about the many cultural dif- ferences between their home countries and the U.S. by visiting here. .llng :g ' 'lr Q GT, ff-. t N ..z-"f,-'N' i 'Mil . sf., it l . 1 , ,fx . ' w. ' 1 1 Y If -Q a 5,iEEEE1x4 , V E ' 'X ' .saegatpx . x T Lhasa.-p Q A in Q ,.r'::-ii ,i'Q:',l-Qlggxl' xx ' . h . ., 'F . K Q 5, V I Aix ..,X. '3 . ., ' ' ' " te- X 6, - ,,, .. is . 'Lea F' . I ,A Q gs X35 Vg. I .tt-N X .f - l 'sf I as it 1- A A t 1 . s 1 are ' - is t at it T r 1 ... 1 '- tt . 1 . A ...Q E ' . '- "4' gi' as ' t A T -, gt.. t v r vsksqsaw - ,. - ' :-F' ' l "PA, '55 ...- X xx ,Q gi f . -"' Q f -fini, " Q W 'N' R ix il N i AFS members gather for a going-away party for Julie Samuel. jp-snare.-.. 4.-ur -,-ii. The first thing that they told me, Julie, is never to drink the water. AFS ex- change student Milton Lau gives some last-minute tips to Julie Samuel, who left for New Zealand in January. 1 f 1 if ix S :H w As.-. 'i I Sl 5, Z si.. ,l 4:- , , 4 J i Finding un sr- " The Slopes to l Sandy Ukmar, Lisa Letcher, Nav Singh, Dave X 5 .1 :th Beal, and Jenny Jambor bask in the sunshine during the Ski C1ub's trip to Cockaigne. 5 V X 1, 'I i N ' N '7 it -4 rg J r ' X l l ,, '-A - if Y A I' - J I 1 I 1 ' :xx 9 ' , 1 5 ' K 4 X 15. .xg A- ' 0, ..,.- SK1 CLUB KNEELING: John Albertone, John Kisth- ardt, Craig Wright. ROW 2: Joe Minardo, Steve Hof- fert, Lee Ferrante, Sue Davidson, Cheryl Johnson, Monica Parisi, Hillary Hook. ROW 3: Bethany Hook, Roberta Yuhas, David McCarty, Jane Evans, Richard Nagode, Laurie Hanlon, Jenny Jambor. ROW 4: Judy Mast, Gayle Kubik, Cheryl Warman. ROW 5: Donna Zupan, Janene Selway, Shirin Razani, Beth Finke. ROW 6: Beth Franko, Aida Saracevic, Lisa Letcher, Chris Hoag. ROW 7: Lori Springer, Sandy Ukmar, Jill Krawcyzcyn. ROW 8: Jim Brown, Sandy Glicker, Mike Durbin. MISSING: Jim Lyon, Elaine Haupt, Dave Beal, Pat Bost, Marie Caputo, Katie Cavan, Mike Danna, Jim Eder, Renee Evans, Sandy Frank, Stephanie Fuerst, Pete Glanowski, Maureen Hildebrandt, Carrie Jackson, Jenny Jaroscak, Dave Jerina, Greg Kanios, David Klemencic, Mark Lopresti, Duncan Maitland, Mike Malane, Tom Murphy, Bill Musick, Nestor Papa- george, Sue Paul, Wendy Potokar, Keith Sergent, Rick Smith, Mike Bauer, Pat Buccilli, Brian Carney, Marti Cefaratti, Anne Cerer, Kalvis Cers, Carrie Conway, Mike Cotter, Sharon Fike, Sadhna Gupta, Mike Hag- gerty, Dave Hanson, Linda Lawrence, Nina Matic, Ka- ren Harmon, Laurie Jambor, Cheryl Johnson. Dave Ku- cinski, Vicki Metzger, Sharon Millhof, Todd Nawor, Amy Ogrinc, Tom Powell, Frank Repar, John Schauer, Nav Singh. Doug Springer, Jane Stragisher, Taeyung Surh, Dan Vanchi LAQ. 1 i XX i fv-'Ki' 1 4 i 'r is ,N y. A 4 lilifu 'L l , s-.N ,, ' I .. 1 135: -, - lu ei' f ' W' 1 t - ' l , v iw 5 X- 4 E If ' ,i I n -2 X X ' 3 'i -I While some Euclid students spent the months between December and April cursing the cold, grey, and snowy winter weather in Cleveland, the Ski Club mem- bers were taking to the slopes of Boston Mills every Thursday night. To help offset the cost of buses and lift tickets, Ski Club members spent most of November selling candy bars to their classmates. ln addition to their weekly trips to Boston Mills, the Ski Club members also took a trip to the Cockaigne Ski Area in western New York in January. Leh: A bundled-up Dr. Bergem is prepared to lead sophomores Jim Lyon, Laurie Hanlon, and Hillary Hook on a charge down the slopes. Far left: Now, the first thing to remember is to al- ways ski forward! Left: Beth Hook, Euclidian Senior Section editor, takes a break from the eye-straining task of typing senior activities copy to enjoy the Ski Club's outing to Cockaigne. Q Doyou think lim ready!-or the run down Thunder Mounyain Mr. Dzerowicz spends a few seconds to clue in Laurie Hanlon and Hillary Hook to yet' Steve? everything he knows about skiing. The Winter Play, a collection of three one-acts, was presented on Janu- ary 22, 23, and 24. The first play, Fam- ily Album, concerned the children of the Featherways family, who are reunit- ed at their old home after years of sepa- ration following the death of their fa- ther. ln the beginning, they are respect- ful to their father's memoryg however, as the evening wears on, the old house and the aged butler bring back memo- ries: and the children finally acknowl- edge that their father was a cruel, un- kind man, The central characters in this play were Burrows, the butler, played by John Eros: Jasper, the eldest son, played by Tim Coles, and Lavinia, the eldest daughter, played by Audrey Lon- char. Also appearing were Dana Salem, Carol Otcasek, John Kisthardt, Dawn Ehrhart, Ken Ferlito, and Sal Midolo. Jenny Jambor provided musical accom- paniment. The second play, The Will, told the story of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ross. The story is told in brief glimpses as the couple makes various wills over a forty- year period. In the beginning the love that the two have for each other is re- flected in their goodness and generos- ity, but over the years, as Mr. Ross becomes more and more successful, Mrs. Ross becomes corrupted with the power that they hold and changes into a very snobbish person. Mr. Ross eventu- ally realizes what has been happening her-and to himselffbut he is too late to change anything. Mr. Ross was played by Mike Smith, and his wife Emily by Janet Larkins. The lawyers were played by Ken Ferlito and Bob Katcher. Also appearing were Joy Black and Dawn Ehrhart. The final play was a series of vi- gnettes called Breaking Up ls Hard to Do. They concerned three couples deal- ing with the problems of separation. The elderly couple was played by John Eros and Tina DiBacco, the middle- aged couple by Rick Pelton and Wendy Stroud, and the teen-aged couple by Sal Midolo and Lori Springer. Also appear- ing was Dave Hanson. The play was narrated by Mike Smith. Winter Pla Provides 3 For 1 Entertainment - 2 . 3. A . -i . ,. 45, -' 4 1 'z , .Q gi . , -1 .R T 13' ri In 4: . f- -1 .. .6115 - 1 All those hectic play practices can give anyone prematurely gray hair!Tina DiBacco and John Eros portrayed an elderly couple facing the problem of separation in the one-act play Breaking Up ls Hard to Do. John Eros's stoop-shouldered posture was an added Well, you'd be mad loo if someone was sticking touch that helped him to create the character ofthe old his tongue out at you! Audrey Lonchar reflects butler in Family Album. her anger at having to acknowledge her father's true personality in Family Album. ',1 1 4 l,clI' Kcn l'crlilo41nd,lny Black run Ihruugln .x nun-,' hum Hu' Hill Bslow: I can rcmcmbcr mix Inn-,s hullur ffl Lump rm mm flmuu' Huh kmuhur flmu, 1 , ,1 4,M.myQ uw plans with Mike Smith und ,luncl lukmw an Hu- Nfl! r FLX Tim Coles, Dawn Ehrhurl, Kcn Fcrlilo, und John KISlh.ll'dl rclxvc mme mcmnrucx IH lulmllj Hbum V- V N-eq-. .. -xi . w Y M- --.: , , - 72: "' l QQ! ' n ..---. ' J -N Nil! Q Don t complain' It s a wonder that it came out at all John Eros Wendy Stroud and Paul Leasure should be smiling aftgf helping the Survey sur Ville atsyfqpf soaring printing costs deadlines M Jana.: The 1980-1981 Survey staff was a combination of experience and inexpe- rience. With junior co-editors Jeff Wes- tover and Roberta Yuhas at the helm, the first several issues were put together with a lot of worry. As the new year broke, however, things seemed to go more smoothly. The sophomore writers turned out to be more skilled than first expected, especially Kal Cers and Mike Kucera. Mark Speck, a junior, turned out to be a superior writer who could tackle any story. Sandy Glicker, a ju- nior associate editor, also took on the student business manager's job. Seniors Tom Tonkli and Wendy Stroud, as page editors, provided leadership to the few other seniors on the staff: Harvey Tau- lien, Eric Eckart, and Dawn Ehrhart. Head photographer Ray Tice, a junior, grew in skill all year as he combined his efforts with senior Brian Reno and ju- nior Steve Clay. Artists Paul Leasure and Kathy Ray turned out interesting cartoon strips for each issue. All in all, this year's Survey got better and better as the staff grew in experience. XQQSXXXX 'WL -Ona-tw. I N " ' 61" ii 1' Q we Vissxwwg . 'l . x. sr ,, , A, . W . .,iigln3'figQt,s',,,f j ' ' . - Y xii 'li -- ' A r ' ' Y - .t , . wfqza 221 'A . ' ' I 'fsTI.'ili15s:i-'ff 'J of x .e- A 1 'N-1,1 ' 1 ' L' " B 'N J -Lxfvfi., ,,,u.vx. F ' Q --.sexes ! -- vf! ' z if of 1 H fflbvq -f . S Q , A 5 trqx " Q I"' "x'1xcQi pi .. S,--W NR N if-J .L We 'F' 21 V' f - :Q-T , f- f S-"f T ,ray in SURVEY STAFF: First Row: Jackie Young, Paul Leasure, Kal Cers, Wendy Stroud. Row 2: Sue Suponcic, Roberta Yuhas, Mike Kucera, Gary Danolfo, Jeff Westover. Standing: Sandy Glicker, Laura Morris, John Eros, Dawn Ehrhart, Ray Tice, Harvey Taulien, Mark Speck. Not Pictured: Tom Tonkli, Steve Clay, Brian Reno. ' i H 4 i , School Publication Experience Rebuilding Year SURVEY EDITORS Tom Tonkli, Roberta Yuhtts, Mr. Antonini, Wendy Stroud, John Eros. Not Pictured: Jeff Westover, Sandy Glieker. 1 V v 1 iiillli - V - il' tg fi . ,gg--:EE ,Q lv' , EUCUYO STAFF First Row: Lisa Barash, Lynn Blevins, Linda Boone, Sue Zakraysek, Bill Mason, Vesna Markon, Beth Kuplcr. Ron 3: Paul Gliise Westover. Eucuyo members run the school literary magazine. Through the course of the year, they collect and edit plays. stories, poems, artwork, and pictures from EHS students for use in the publication. Their perennial problem fund this your was no exception-is simply getting students to submit material to The next time we t.lu:isliiry.ilim1lxiiileiitutiiliiyluselliull ,ru1rl, lei ,tru not xi, My so personally involved 3, I W i-,Q fer 1.: T 'vig , 1 1: V ll 'li N . I i '!. .Bi .A ,,---A-.A - 441, r iz, - Pi -"li El. C'L'l'O FDITORS l ind.t Boone, Nlr Henderson, lynn Blevins Loknr, Row 2: Teri r, Scott Kost, Jeff them lor possible use in the lllllgllllfltf. To supplement their choice ol' niaterial :ind to exercise their own tirtistie Abilities. they also spend time is riting stories rind poems themselxes The Eueu-to is published in Nlgiy und sold for Sl. Give Me An : Ibm l iii , t i -i L '4 ...- And if you don 't get those pictures, I will personally boil you in oil! Euclidian adviser Mr. Petrovic uses his typical finesse to discuss picture assignments with Brian Reno, Steve Clay, .lim Ambrose, and Audrey Lonchar. The story of the 1981 Euclidian be- gan in the spring of 1980 with the selec- tion of this year's staff and the choice of the theme, Give Me an E. When the 1980 Euclidian arrived last May, it was submitted to the Columbia University Press Association for judging. It won a second-place award, and many of the suggestions for improvements have been incorporated in this year's book. Further ideas were picked up at a week- long workshop held last June at Deni- son University and sponsored by the Josten's American Yearbook Com- pany. The workshop was attended by Mr. Petrovic and eight members of the staff: Jenny Jambor, Beth Franko, Amy Ogrinc, Kelly Dunlevy, Amy Reno, Mike Cotter, Mike Durbin, and Jim Brown. In early August, the staff began its advertising campaign.'Through a great effort, the staff raised S5200 in adver- tising-3078 more than has ever been raised before, an amazing achievment when one considers that many busin- esses have dropped yearbook ads to cut costs. Much of the success of the adver- tising campaign was due to the efforts of Lisa Stupansky, who personally sold S1200 in ads. Because of the increased advertising revenue, the cost of the yearbook to students was the same as last year, 512, although the printing costs were IOCZQ higher than last year. As Underclass editor, the burden of meeting the first deadline in October fell most heavily upon Amy Reno. With the help of Laurie Hanlon, Hillary Hook, Lesa Galer, Beth Pritchard, and othersg the first deadline was met with ease, as was the second deadline in No- vember. The December and January deadlines proved more troublesome, however, as it was too early to submit pages covering winter sports and work on Judy Krncis Activities section pages was slowed in November since the staff was concentrating on selling yearbooks to the student body. Beth Hook, Senior section editor, and Linda Lawrence, Faculty editor, picked up the slackg and because of their dedicated work, the deadlines were met with a minimum of delay. The biggest headache of the year proved to be the final deadline. In order for the book to be published in May, all pages must be submitted by the middle of February. Unfortunately, this year the final deadline date was a full week before the conclusion of the winter sports' season, a fact which presented special problems for Sports editor Beth Cramer. Although the production of a year- book at a school the size of Euclid is the result of the efforts of many people, special mention should be make of Mark Speck and Mike K ucera, who are the authors of much of the copy in the Underclass and Activities sectionsg Jim Ambrose, Steve Clay, Brian Reno, and Ray Tice, who did much of the photog- raphy for the book, and Bill Mason, who composed the artwork for the cov- er and the divider pages. Lcft.'Wilh idczis gulhcrcdImm.ipr-ill:-.uilliinluv.llii.ilmniil l:i-I xc.ir'whinil..iri1I,i summer workshop, this yc.lr's slqill slrmu In 1-vp lhu I'uulufi.11iw.l thc past I - -4'-""Z:':'-"2 EUCLIDIAN STAFF Bot1umRow'A 'v1uInaIIy,N I wil., B III1-il., I Kim, H Cramer, H. Hook Ruwl' LISZIC, M Kucurgi, R Stull, 5 Inu, I Iirfiwn, K Talty, S, Lausin, E, Maroli, W, Potokur, I. Hzmlun, Twp Rim ,I Xrnhrnvf, I Stupansky, M. Speck, K. McLaughlin, R. Tice Noi Pit-lured. I lilnigk, NI Cotter, M. Durbin, K. Dunlevy, D. Fctko, J. Hassc, I. Lawrence, P I inn. B F Y r Mason, M. Meyers, B. Reno, A, Wintlc, J. Hoon, V. Hrobut, I., Dufcllm. R 'jg' ' Evans, B. Franko, E. Gleisser, L. Iannicelli, L. Hale, J, Jambor, S. Rust, D Kucera, L. Letcher, L. Lewin, A. Lonchar, J, Mihelcic, S, Neumann. AX Ugrinl., B. Pritchard, A. Reno, R. Yuhas, D Kelly, D. Morgan, Clay, M Colllng, l Galer, E. Haupt, B. Kime, P. Leusure, D. Malsko, T, Nickel, L Rhone, I., Yuku I -511 piirrnvjlaft IDD! V mam V TRACK ' , -'Fw - ,a"1fN' IUCN mfr at u-my 2 .,+A5"ff",' MN x'sLQfJhh .JO " 5' 5 W x " Y? Q DW 1 Q. X , 07000 i 'V 477 X,-1,11-U-L-Lhqn PM-Y A- 'I naw., ,, I lb 1? f I L A .I HSA ' Now you have a Euclidian staffer'S eye view of what 3 Page looks like when it is sent to the Pflmels- To The '3U"3f 'hill Blu M35Un dcilllncd rm' fhf 'ow bs-'I see how it turned out tum to pages 30-3' won .i regional .irl competition .ind mix sunt in New York lor l'1.IllUl'1.lI judging Bill .mlm dcsigiicd thu Q.-wr ul' this yc.ir's book 909 Q SQ 99 CGPI G WITH THE l 3-1 VY ' u xx K+'- -wh If-.-.-1, -. . -S '.I-1' - X '91 ,,,sf'-fa' if pharmacists assistant and computer operator, Going to school certainly isn't cheap. A new pen here, a tablet of paper there, a new notebook for science class-all these things add up over the course of a school year. And if you have a car, where are you supposed to get the mon- ey for gas and insurance? The answer is obvious-you go to work. The part-time job seems to be grow- ing in popularity with students as they, like their parents, try to cope with infla- tion, Luckily, the numerous small bu- e " X --v-"""" -'T-Q wa f 1 Brian Reno is able to apply some of the skills he has learned in his computer classes at his job at Hudson Pharmacy. He works fifteen hours a week as a filling drug orders for area nursing homes and institutions. sinesses and fast food outlets in Euclid provide a number of opportunities for students who want to pick up a few extra bucks. While some people would say that a part time job has a detrimental effect on a student's schoolwork and ability to participate in activities, students who work seem to be divided in their opin- ions. Greg Yartz, for example, admits to being a bit tired in school the day after he works late: and Brian Reno, who ranks first in the senior class aca- demically, says that his job might have a small effect on his schoolwork. While Doug Arbogast felt that his job left him little time for school activities, Trish Pirsil managed to involve herself in girl's volleyball and track, Whatever the effects of a part-time job on students' schoolwork, as long as the price of paper, pens, and notebooks keeps going up, students will keep look- ing for ways to make ends meet. Far left: Greg Yartz puts in thirty hours a week at Gale's Bi-Rite as a stockboy, He plans to work there full time after he graduates this year. Left: Dave Marvin earns about S60 a week for the twenty hours he works at Armao's Pizza washing dishes and doing odd jobs. Below: Trish Pirsil averages I5-20 hours a week working at Arthur Treacher's on Euclid Avenue. She earns 53.35 an hour. -- H -nnnggg IE: Q 17,1 E: ! A l t' .x ll L v J gs. l -is ii N l Above, left: Doug Arbogast checks the rear end of a car at the Sohio station where he has been working for the past two years, He uses much of the money he makes for repairs and parts for his dragster. Left: The stores and shops at Euclid Square Mall keep quite a few EHS students busy with part-time work. t. lg"?3Qs,g. Q . 1 4. vi' '41 -. zngf-L -'--':w'..:- 5 . 555' A . -1 if y f- S til: f UP? x i I ,.i ' ' T' "" OWE students , feel .ll home during the OWE Christmas party DCT'? DE? OWE? COE? To an out- sider, these letters might represent the al phabet soup of abbreviations standing for some obscure federal agencies. But stu- dents at Euclid High School know that they are abbreviations of various work- study programs: Diversitqed Cooperative Training, Distributive Education, Occupa- tional Work Experience, and Cooperative Ofhce Education. Under these programs, students spend half the day in classes to fulfill their requirements for graduation and half the day working in local busin- esses and industries to practice job skills and gain work experience. John Deutsch. Bob Znidarsic Alex Schiller, Mike Hardy, and if 5 5 5 e 2 ,. Denise Glavan take time out from their busy schedules to make Dr, Bergem ,. l :srl MR. HOFFART'S OWE CLASS Row 1: John Deatsch, Dave D'Amico. Row 2: Ann Buettner, Gary Danolfo, Tony Franklin. Row 3: Bob Znidarsic, Mark Schultz, Wayne Frimel, Diane Corbett, Vicki Robertson. Standin 1 E " L' d ' ' ' g ru. .1 ovich, Tim Breeden, John Schauer, Joe Braddock, Dave Roberts. XX l DCT CLASS Bottom Row: Karol MacArthur, Laura Giunta, Jeff Hegedus, Jim Slominski. Row 2: Lynn Murphy, Sharon Zeim, Fred DE CLASS Bottom Row: Ken Curtis Dm i S ilem J intiit Roper Si ity I ini 1 I irl Foskey, Bill Banaszek. Row 3: Ernie Elshaw, Connie Bell, Cynthia Gole, Jennifer Watson, Colleen Poe Angell kflldflllklk Si imlini Nlr S hui I I i Ross, Bob Cek, Row 4: Jim Jazbec, Joanne Archacki, Mark Mar- field, Ken Schulz, Scott Siegel, Debby S111 ly 'mek I uxsell Sl ir R olt, Wayne Davis. Row 5: Jim Harchar, Chris Fitzpatrick. X so 'x x .J JI I x -si V 2:1 ip MR. SAT'I'LER'S OWE CLASS Row l: Gary Glick, Denise Glavan, Yvonne Miller. Row 2: Mike McLaughlin, Ron Gielink, Tom Newell, Row 3: Dino lnsana, Bob Magruder, Mike Chinchar Row 4: Al Schiller, Tim Sweeney. Mike Hardy, Mike Kispersky, Pugs Scott. Sowers, Kevin Zaller. I f .I fi avi i iz COE CLASS Seated: Nanu, Naleneie Debbie la ki Jeni N imli Bwniii Benedict, Eileen O'Briv.n Jane Srnoisnik Stanclin5 Doreen Seulltri I ind Payne, Janet Mcflusku l ri Br nklu lxnm I li L IS l I. dtr l Son, Natalie Frallin The Vocational Machines and Voca- tional Automotives classes are two-year programs which allow students to ac- quire practical job experience while still in school. In their four- period classes. students learn the technical theory of machinery or automobiles as well as having the opportunity to apply that theory to projects using the equipment available in the classes. Right In the Vocational Machines classes, suc- cess or failure on a project is sometimes measured in the thousandths of an inch. in 6 5 .im V' - T1 ' " fs ' ff Clie tif .1 - -gli t . -"'4f:-F' x .14 Q I g f' V " tl -.,.,.,..-, 9 -f rqffyrx - 1 . .'. 4 ,QI u 'XX' . I Q.. L-IIA Education For VOCA TIOY.-lL NLMXCHINES ll Jeff Bleigh, Tom Clasen. Bob Kinkoff. VOCA TIONAL MACHINES I Row I: Greg Kanios, Mike Schiffbauer, Dave Horvat, Ed Thomas, Dan Cononie, Greg Kuhar, Paul Habat, Glenn Waters Bob Hanck, Row 2 Mike Hribar, Bill Platt, Mike Gishnock, Mr. Simpson, Scott Nebe, Mike Murray. Row 3: Tom Brnjic, Dan Kirchner. Dennis Gray, Rich Kaucic, Rudi Benedejcic. Fun nd Profit VOCA TIONAL AUTOMOTIVES ll Mike Andrews, Ken Burton, Paul Langdon. Dave Turner. DOI-Ig Winstead, Kim McKenna, Don Glaser, Mike Yentz, Dan Damingcr, Brett Dubccky, R4iyAKlinms, Rudy Knaus, Steve Turk, Bob Willrich. Keith Kcal, John Dcu, Tim Golden. .-l bncn1:Stcvc Zak, Jim Brady, Lou Tortorici. Bill Buettner. VOC'ATIO.N.tlI, .-ll7TO,'lfOTIl'l'S I Hutlnm Run' Kcn lxunct, Juni lirucning, tiny limlnnr, liilin TOFIIOTOWIII, John Albcrtonc Ron l.luhnllniiibruxkyfliiiiili.irinirig,,lwl1nllmylliirinR.iiigitf,lJm1g Huflord, Al Kozlowski, .lcll KOV1lLIl1,SCOll Rmc, Dgivc lnwlc, 'lim Yirt, fury ficglur Rim l Imac McCarty, Fred Wcndcl, John Carter, Scott Sntuvzi, lou 71llxf.liINClx l av"' L r -Q I cn l chiingc the oil, l ch.mgc thc nil? What really is the job of a beautician or an artist? To bring out the best in people, nturally! And it's the skills needed to do this which the Vocational Cosmetology and Vocational Art stu- dents develop in their two-year pro- grams. Cosmetology students study un- der the direction of Mr. Lou Dipaolo at Euclidian Beauty College and return to the high school for their academic sub- jects. Vocational Art students work on commercial art skills for four periods a day under the supervision of Mr. Rich- ard Patton. Lori Schmidt practices her cosmetology skills un- der the watchful eyes of an instructor at the Eu- clidian Beauty College. V,..... ... ,xi '.l" . X I Y .Xu 5 f f' Z f ,lf ,ix f 5- XM. et-4'Iw:-1 Y t l C05MET0L0GY'1BO110m ROW5 Sue Soedeff Robin Gielink- COSMETOLOGY I Bottom Row: Kathy Rupcic, Deanna Jeric, Connie Nelson, Sue ROW 37 Kelly DCZCIOY1- Debbie Skllla- ROW 3i Mafia M8Y1igliH.L0fi Bolger, Carolyn Medves, Susie Reider. Row 2: Charlene Moore, Linda Doremus, Patty Schmidt- Absent Bonnie Shady, Sheffy Siefefl. Tammy Vaflbefle- Golden, Valerie Ventura, Row 3: Mira Debevc, Traci Hammond, Sherri Carter, Row 4: den. Nancy Patterson, Kim Frasher, Becky Wiegand. Row 5: Bernie Strle, Colleen Sandor, Sue Roper, Robin Willard. Row 6: Renee Siemen, Denise Harmon. Absent: Jackie Moore, Sue Unick, Maryann Eichler The Best I People mums 12- a . L ,- ..-..- .., K ' ,M Q F i i' LA Qu This is what happens to people who criticize our artwork! I' 'Q- VOCATIONAL ARTII Seated: Julie Koenig, Jim Ray, Cathy Jones, Laura Szozdowski, Row 2: Bob Jakovlic, Nancy Takiguchi, Nancy Bulick. Cindy Mascaro, Sharon Knack, Tammy Corbran, Joann Gilchrist. Row 3: Allen Bumbarger, Greg Santon, Bob Boyd, Brian Campbell, Steve Hurshman, Ray Williams, Gary Supinski, ia ,, Q3 um il F l l ll'll B Do you think that if we organized it like an assembly line that we could produce a better picture? VOCATIONAL ART I Bottom Rowi Dusty McKain, Michelle McKnight, Karyn Campbell, Kathy Ray, Peggy Biscoff, Denise Sobecki. Donna Riedel, Karen Malinowski, Bev Brown, Keith Childers. Row 2: Rick Roeder, Dave Just. Mark Pfleger, Dave Morgan, .loe Marschall, Dave lan- nicca, Norm Wonderly, Lonny Brewster. Child Care Student Look Like 'V X in , e, -4 E ff--' oli Eg'.G l-lhrlmllla L Mn +UuVvWw XX The initials H.E.R.O. stand for Home Economics Related Occupa- tions, The Hero Club is a part of the Child Care l and ll classes. lts goal is -..- the promotion of community awareness for the need of quality child care ser- vice. This year. the club donated money to Rainbow Babies and Children Hospital for research. The Hero Club members also planned outings to various chil- dren's homes. Social events were also ,. planned. A class trip concluded the year for the Child Care l students. Child Care ll students ended their year with an awards banquet. The students also competed in district and state ral- lies demonstrating the skills they learned in class. Officers of the Child Care ll class were Sue Markiewicz, presidentg Becky Burge, vice-presidentg Parsa McGraw, secretary: and Kim Antonick, treasur- er' Child Care I Officers were parris HERO CLUB Bottom Roni Lisa Mastrobuono, Lee Ferrante, Lisa Boyle, Peggy Laughlin, Darci Young, Tracey Daily. Joanne Janosky. Stacy Salit. Row 2 Barb Dearden, Margaret Henry, Kim Antonick, Parsa , , , McGraw, Sue Markiewicz, Maria Udovic, Debbie Bagwell, Sherri Breeden. Row 3: Miss Noble, Kim Sotka, Presldemi Marla Udovlc- Secretary 3nd Linda Callahan, Becky Burge, Mary Sabetto, Kathy Jeffries, Jacci Johnson. Gerri Rutkowski, Tracy How- Linda Callahan, treasurer. safe, Mrs. Arko. Rice, presidentg Barb Dearden, vice- C1 , 1 M. 3' I., s-V --s I l Xl Riding herd on preaschool children isn't always as easy as it looks. 1 And then Goldilocks said .... HEROE T The Younger Set 'LJ S Above Anyone who has to go to the potty, raise your hand Lclr films 'Voblc takes lrmc Ihr .1 quick ggunc ol'R1ng--1round-lhc- Rosy, VOC11llOI'lLll Chlld Crm: studcnla xpcnl four pcruodx .1 doy .11 Noble School where they worked mth the children in thc pre-gchool Classes ocational Bu iness Student The Vocational Clerk-Typist and Stenography programs are two-year, four-period classes for those students wishing to learn and develop specific business skills before confronting the real world upon graduation, But the Clerk-Typist and Stenogra- phy programs are more than just classes. They are also clubs which con- duct service projects, money-raising activities, go on field trips, and partici- pate in regional and state-wide office skills contests. For instance, during the course of the year, these classes held a variety of pop- corn, candy, and Christmas-items sales to raise money for their activities. An example of their service projects, the Clerk-Typist l class gave a Halloween party for deprived children. , All of the classes make use of field trips and outside speakers to broaden their understanding of the business world. Some of the offices visited this year by these classes included TRW, the FBI, the Eaton Corporation, IBM, and Ohio Bell. L, IF, nt. aw, ., a- --a, . r lk t Y A - ' 2+ g P, S w ' fig T! if T' 2 j VJQ ' s - ee,g j gg Z X it - 1, X Q :Si ,e Y' i -ifaflt Top, right: Neat appearance and a pleasing smile are just as important for a future businesswoman as stenographic skills-as Stenography ll student Joy Black demon- strates. Above: STENOGRAPHY I Bottom: Chris Lauria, Row 2: Sue Fedokowski, Julie Pavic. Row I Lisa Keith, Sharon Szalay, Kathy Cibrik, Row 4: Terri Smiddy, Sharon Millhof, Janine Valentine, Row 5:Sandra Glicker, Michelle Drasler, Michele Kacperski, Karen Sim, Maureen Matras, Samdi Klimek, Row 6: Denise Snook, Amy Griflis Absent. Debbie Furman. Right: Practice makes perlect!Mrs, Rash gives a dictation exercise to Stenography ll student Sandy Frank. Gain and Experience Left' C'l,I1iRlx-TYPlS7S I Holmni Rim Terri Ohcrnitis, Annctlu Walker, Debbie Reid, Linda Plcvelich, Row 2' Rosemary Hahn, l,nri Seidel, inn- nie Larabcc, HcidiSchul17,Carric Conway Row ,T Karen Glover, C .mile Sapalka, Angela Wallace, Mary Mokvic Below: Let's see. First you pu! the paper in, Then you ..,, Above, left: CL ERK-TYPISTS II Bottom Row: Toni Jamison, Lee Anne Hicks, Denise Marlin, Jill Whaling. Row 2: Adrienne Perovsek, Diane Hamilton, Shcwonna Gray, Allison While, Dianne Stipkovich, Absent: .loanie Kreckal, Vicki Voase, Lef1:STENOGRAPHY Il Butlom Ron: Mrs. Rash, Angie Boka, Bev lafelice, Kristin Yamane. Row 2'Christie Keller. Ann W1nllc,Mary Lynn Fasham, Colleen O'Neill. Row 3: Sue Lokar, Joy Black, Denise Felko, Row -J: Denise Strauss, Sandra Frank, Debbie Faigh1,Janet Faragov Rim 5: Vesna Markon, .ludy Lynch. Righ1:Valinda Walker and Wanda Rembert con- centrate on their classwork in Accounting I. Vocational Accounting and Voca- tional Data Processing are four-period business class. They also act as clubs, and as such sponsor a number of mon- ey-raising projects to finance their ac- tivities. This year the Accounting classes raised money through bake and candy sales. They also worked on several ser- vice projects, For example, at Hallow- een they made pumpkins for the Mary Mavec Home. The classes also took field trips to area business. The junior class visited the library and the down- town post office. The senior class toured the Ameritrust Headquarters, The Cleveland Clinic, Lakeland Com- munity College, and Nela Park. The officers of the Accounting l class were president Al Peklay, vice-presi- dent Nick Caplick, recording secretary Karen Gordon, corresponding secretary Jan Mayerhofer, treasurer Vernita Ad- ams, and historian Angela Broxton. ln the Accounting ll class, Kathy Stanke served as presidentg Denise Santon, vice-president: Judy Mast, secrdaryg Jeannine Carlo, treasurerg and Lori Ap- pleton. historian. The Data Processing classes learn key punch, data entry methods, and the languages of the computer: BASIC and COBOL, They raised money for their activities by selling candy and Christ- masvgifts. They also helped run the United Way drive at school this year. Like the members of the Accounting classes, they are members of the Ohio Office Education Association. In the Data Processing I class, Joe Minardo served as president, Dina Massaro, vice-presidentg Rich Cowie, secretary: and Tony Naglic, treasurer. In the Data Processing ll class, Tony Zingale was president, Dave Jerinia, vice-president, and Diane Polaski, sec- retary, Above, right DA TA PROCESSING I Sealed: Pam Clark, Dina Massaro, Cheryl Smith, Chris kAlL1lC7l1li,Nl1ll'I3 llquierdo, Cathy Colton. Stand- ing Tony Naglic, Doug Blackman, Rich Cowie, George Opaeich, .loe Minardo, Jim Catalano, Paul Spence, Right ACCOL .VTINCI I Seated: Diane Hege- dus, Theresa Andresky, Robin Fryar, Paula Owen. Row 2. lxeith Young, karen Gordon, Jan Maycrhofer, Sharon Yeckley Row 3: Louann Jones, Brian Schulz, Dan Wyman, Lori Harrah, Nick Caplick, Al Peklay, Vernita Adams, Angela Broxton, Valinda Walker, Carla Bornds, Wanda Rcmbert N N Learning T o Things ti s fffllfflf M 'T T' S ff' 445' X' ' fh,,fY 1 ny X I 44 - -if .ggi '1 fi .f1?!3f5Z fi: ra, S 1, 13. ffl ... a- .. -.ag VA- Qi ,4 H101 ,XIING ll .Smlwf lu,1r1mm'f.urln, Ilcmwu S,1r1mn I --vu Xgwpiw-'wrw nn: D1wwl1,.S'l.1lJd1lrg fIII'lNI1Iy.IH, I1l11CiHrlup. 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A SOPHO ITD Ofii " na 1:-ms. .J T 7 ' x 'F I .tv '37 l v f, -,A +4 RA XII OW. FIRST PERIOD BOTTOM ROW' Steve Green. Selma Ford, Marlene Joyce. ROW 2: Sheila l aidlaxt. Mary Walxh. Debbi Manello. Julie Smith. Tony Furlan. Anna Papouras. Vesna Dures. ROW 31 Don Novotny. Tony Foal-tey. .lohn Barndt. .loc Hoag. Lisa Lawrence, Russ Mazarro, LELLIS, FIRST PERIOD, BOTTOM ROW: Karen Schulz, Donna Juratovac, Paul Kollcda, Scott Baruch ROW 2: Cheryl Bolts, Mike Colo. Joe Vislocky, ROW 3' Debbie Conner. Mike Mi- halick. Dan Schauer, Dave Franks. ROW 4: .lim Poklar. Greg Garland. Mark Botirius. Don Payne. ROW 5: Matt Hernan, Rick Hunt, Mark Archie. ROW 6: Ken Ospelt, Frank Glavan, Ken Porz. ,af ,1 'Niis.'g.+ I A. , a t . Nav Singh provides a confused sophomore. Selma Ford, with a helping hand on the first day of school 1' SPIGA. FIRST PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Linda Scott, Mi- chelle Marchesnno, Frances Lloyd, ROW 2: Judy Slevko, Zelkja Sulic, Lisa Leasure, Lori Perna. ROW 3: Bill Bolton, Charlie Bost, Jim Furman, Maria Kovac, Bruna Masera. ROW 4: Dave Lalkowski, Gary Browne, .loc McElwain. ROW 5: Mike Skebe, .lohn Wcissfuss. ROW 6: Brian Kime, Allan Smith, Jeff Grabinski. MISSING: Jeff Barnard, Dan Butler. H 9-'gpg I'I'I'Rl7lIfl, IIICSI' l'IRlrIlr I4UlIf1Nl IUHN l,ll,lnlu Young, Cariilyri 'lwrur RUXX f Xliru Vliliulur, lliurcw VN lllILlll1S, l'.illi Smith, Nluxc Uxlr-im ll! HN 4 Suu Nlimricy Sue SllPUl1CIk', Nkiurcun 4 wlling HHXN J luvxiui Nmilli Donnii lrainccliu, Hills Rimlurlu, 'Niimi Smiili RHNN 9 DLll'IlTl,Ul'CIlKU,l,CCl1.lll1LLl, I-i 'XIHI full- Rl INN fi luuriu Hurilun, finely lirccn, Thcrcw Niclxul, Vlunily l':il-il..ir ROW 7 lxiircn Suliull,BublJ.iugl1urix,firQp Supl.-i RUXN 8"V1iirk Medley, lx.il Ccrs, Slew lluliluri RIN! 'J lJ.irrin Wagner, Dain Mmlcr, .lim Arnbmxu, ,lim l 5-in NHSNIXU Linda Wudy ma , ,Q , i ' ': if 'iilfd ab, .RN-A 1 , if ' At , -'ifl ':T' I - " 'lf , '5' ,V 'K ' U: L 5' - 'QR 'Q. I , - 7 K , rv X Ng' A. A A 1- " li '- . A , .1 .Y + - r V : : l fp.+f,.f N f ' . If - ., fi, ' 'J -, Q I +-4 V HARRIS, FIRST PERIOD BOTTOM ROW, Paul Jgiblnnski, Ken llillahgin, Brcml.i lxxlw, Monica Maia, Fliiinc Rl-CFIQIUO, Kim Trcbcc, Gcncinc Cclliriilli ROW 2' Cheryl Bcuck, Tum Johnson, Christine POPUYIC,S1lIT1SlLIXHll'l,,lll'I1 Bclalvich, ROW 3 Phil Roms, Ted lxccncy. Siilll Bculko, Gcddx Jaikubgiuskgix, .-Xlcx Bcrcl ROW -X' Lzirry Kravos, Shin B.irri.ird, Prim lwkvziw- vich, Paul Nlullrau 'VIISSINKE Vicki Fucrst, Nllchcllc Slwru, :lim fliiiriicrriiin 9 1 GALE, SECOND PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Tim Mays, Kris Beutler, Ingrid Simicak, Cheryl Burnett, Kathy Corbett, Michelle Watros, Ed Molesky, William Toth. ROW 2: Sara Jones, Sheila Duncan, Ron Mueller, Jim Peck, Nick Fainacci. ROW 3: Pete Hadzima, Bill Breeden, Larry Longstreth, Art Werle, Mark Phillips, Jeff Springer. MISSING: .lean lmmke. i 1 BENDER, SECOND PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Michael l Vella, Chris Konchan, Karmen Kelly, Sue Leonard, Carolyn Schultz, Chris Testa. ROW 2: Shawn Evans, Michael Lausin, Janet lmmke, Mia Minerd, Marie Cirino, Sheila Simmons. ROW 3: Chris Burris, Bonnie Black, Kim Armstrong, Dawn Bagocius. Sharon Briusko. ROW 4: Mark Eros, Dan Mullins, Robert Wilson. l w .., ' l I , - f ,W I3 3 a TT ' .ag t '--i qs I T2,ial'xQai AM f at N ' lil :" 41 ' .41 ia L- I f S 'H+ :Nuff gg i pq . it '1','l,,,' i' Q, f 1 1 Y ' " J ' Q l K .1 ' .I 1. ,Syd , fax l' J Xl - I . , , 1 .1 J i if -...c4V,, "' l 7.1: V 5 1 'Fi N , it-eg H YL S y yyy 'y l QE y ,r W I A 15 5:1 ,- "ffi I 'T if - 1' ,-t.f . ,, J ' 1 . i ,4 Q b V Lg! f l I if' , ,. T Li.. 4' 2 . 1 , , I 4-ix T 3 Q K 'V FJ V... V i f by 1 If 1 ., , 1 F ,i 1 t Ag, . K J if A . T 3- ' ' it lx . i I . , X , 5 A if , '--1 i Zvi F1 . .. I Bt I MCLA UGHLIN, SECOND PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Eldred Gada dis, Trish Pircil, Joanie Picciano, Sheri Deuschle, Kim Munici, Patri- cia Miklavic. ROW 2: Susan Turner, Mike Miller, Bob Peterson, Mary Hromyko, Patricia Schauer. ROW 3: Jeff Zingle, Dale Ponsart, Wal- ton Himes, .lohn Richer, Vincent Penny, Ken Tomasseli, Dino Schembre, Ken Schmeltzer. MISSING: .lim Denihan, Tresa Eber- Weln. Eiielid's own urlmn enngirl, Terri Nickel, lQllxCS1lLlVLlTllllgC olisoine lf- ronni refreshments zililer ai iitltllbilii gllnllf. 'ir ':',lP'i ' -. ' .l25i1' , " I U51 iv I I 1 , . -1, - , U ,iz . . . I adv T , . ' i f , - . i lg ,A X if lui is 5 X X , we ' ' Lg if UL 5 N 5,31 -tw H 1 X W HJ' 1' X N iw I 5 ' ! Q 3 V t tif 4 H' ' A f lf I l M F , I O ii I i .J ' HARRIS. THIRD PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Jim Labondano, Felicia Hughlelt, Dinnc Platt, Christine Will. Row 2: Chris Campana, .Iclf Bzxromir, Blaise Festini. Row 3: John Thcodosion, Tim O'Neill, Diana Sandrick. Row 4: Dean Pale, Stacy Jones, Tim Doyle. Gordon Bak, Lori Trebcl, Kim Tiancllo. Row 5: Frank Weissfuss, Mike Kobctitsch, Bonnie Kost. Missing: Ann Buellncr, Mike Fabert, Blair McLean, Rebekah Minaritzis, Bonnie Lucas. x ffnllff, TIIIRIJ PFRIOIJ BOTTOM ROW' Dennis Duel-inrtl, VV:iIlcr lxinkopl, Vlfillinin Nlilre. Rnnllx Salter, .lohn Meyers, Andrew Pownski, ROW 2 linrbnrxi Benku, Mike lliekwn, K .ilhy fnrlu, lJi.ine S7UlilliSkl,RCf1CC Potts, l.is4i Rhone, Bnnnie Thnrnlon, Susgin Rcinke, .lziequelinu Breeding, I incigi l,1iV.il, ley. ROW 1: Rcbccen Tgivaino, Bill Brown, .lnne Mnsl, ,lnek Rich.irdwn, Ginnie Pqipnurzis, Juli' Brimn, Lisa Berardinelli, Lisa Tousel, Avril Mclnally. .gr '- I I . If - '-YW Z l A "A 'l 'il L fav- - H97 . c '5- - . N i T e- :""'5' 7':.?lif.lf ' 2 ip i-'Vi 'i-9lu59j'ii??3Ei. ff--2 12547 - 'S TI UTA' ii '55, ' " X- - -1- in -. N If ' . 7. ,AAF gigs? PA uf ri-A-.Q .f -41. ,B i ' F'.:+"z: J-1. - ' J' " ' H ' ,' - i ,--2' . ' . gg .' --Q -'-- fl - ji Q ' Q Wg " X 'Q if i - i!'fI'iu"'b5 "Excl 4, - . ft f V f L ' is t -.' 1 1,5 Q-, 'Y 1- iw..-,gg-3,1 Q , -, -.,,, ,,,, .-Q,, ,, Y H , 'ffm Q-H14 - . X O -' I B1 Sophomore ' Sophomore 0 Sophomore SPIG.-I, THIRD PERIOD BOTTOM ROW Joe Kucmanic, Mike Stegh. Marie Ca- puto, Mark Suchevits. ROW 2: Sandy' Carpenter, Jamie Brannon, Linda Hol'l'art. ROW 3' Nora Haller, Lynn Pau- ley. Diane Moser. Maryann Fratcher ROW 4' Jim Piper, Bob Rrcal, Mike Peterson. MISSING: Dennis Ecker. Ro- berta Koester. Tammy Lesler. Diane Mastin. Brian Mita, Leslie O'Rourke. Fees- -L-- : I , . s: -.. Sl' !L. , . i 'I ., 'l, W- , :I . 'I QU L 4 'Y' s ...lg v ' X. J It x, ' X.: I 'i-eiiit I .f t LELLIS. THIRD PERIOD BOTTOM ROW. Barbara Spaur, Sue Stephens, Tom Carlson, Steve Smith. ROW 2: Sue Drienka, Brenda Fumich. Michelle Beggs. Gina Brewer. Row 3: Tim Wootten, Randy' Martin, Kevin Brennen, Bob Owen, Patric Delaney. Bill Blevins, ROW 4: Jim Moses, Matthew Price. Chris Hughes, Gordon McCance. Phil Gron. MISSING: John Boyle, Maryann Eichler. BJ 'slit X1 7 Are sophomore orientations always this enzhrallingi This class of l983's high school experience A began with a class orientation and a hall' day' session with their teachers. I HAFFER, THIRD PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Hann, Jim Behra. ROW 2: Lisa Rowan. Michelle DeLuca. Jack Thompson. Row 3: Diana Maclcell. Greg Hinton, Mike Budas. MISSING: Don Clere, John Szabo. Sophomore ' Sophomore ' Sophomore C-1RMODY, FOURTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Darryl Ellul, Aubrey Ward, Dan O'Donnell. ROW 2: Gina Bregy, Tim Scaife, .lohn Kastelic, ROW 3: Denise Glavan, Kelly Taylor, Ed Hender- son. MISSING: Kathy Barile, Tim Bene, Zobie Hill, Rick Johnson. Steve Popp, Sharon Laftwich, X AX Er l l i,.,,. 1 - , l......,.v.... sf'-4 -- 1'--y F -ci Bill Bozak makes use of a table saw to begin his project for Mr. Chambers' Woods class. Smoklng Survey Proves Habits Die Hard Warning: The Surgeon General , has determined that cigarette smok- .vx ing is dangerous to your health. fx , Although this has been printed on 'N 'Y 5 Q every pack of cigarettes sold in the , xi' United States for the past fifteen years, a great number of Americans 1, Q - and Euclid students f choose to . ignore it. '- , ' A survey of random sophomore L--1 .3 . and junior homerooms showed that !.'3f!1,. - 25 percent of sophomores and 30 .V A percent ofjuniors smoked. Although ' ""'r1- of , . high school health classes do educate j, uw, Q in H R students about the adverse effects of Fil" ' ' smoking, apparently old habits die Taking a smoke during lunch was a privilege reserved only for seniors. 0 AL GIBSON, FOURTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Beth McArthur. Patty Lynch. Vic Knaus. Lynette Gilmore, Bob Bozak, Dave Matsko. Laura Davidson. ROW 2: Stacie Hrvatin, Bob Lloyd, Matt Koman, Mike Custer, Mike Albright, Vince Rattini, Dale Hector. Jeff Dauer. MISSING' Paul Leasure, LOWE, FIFTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW' Marie Medved, Diane Papouras. Clarence Brogf don ROW 2' Wernher Hiryer, Diane Rolik, Michael Zusman, Dave Ball, Susan Waehhaus. ROW 3. Thomas Williams, Seoll Maitland, Joelle Maldonado, Terri Zakraysek, Barbara Bozieh, Pamela Snyder, Eileen Vandeveer, Debra Penicka, Kathleen Hanrally. fix 1 .x fa V, ,X .PL H5 Lili ' , '. I his fl fi, i Q, ffm! .- . - - 155- I , gif, X, 1. - 44 . 1 ,h p "4 1 K - X , F Q ' - f .v t Q O F fe -'X --K ' Q 4 I ' . I A. 1 I ' I Q l vi 4 -Mx 5 'sie-:ai i mf er ll' i I iiil if Ai i"' Yr xl MULA LNGHLIN, FIFTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Chris Koenig, April Ciarlillo. ROW 2: Bernadette Pohl, Kathy Brown, Brenda Black, Eileen Heimolh, Deneen Zanghi, Gerri Newell, ROW 3: Mike McLaughlin, Erik Berus, Eldridge Black, Nick Bukvie, Roy Force, Kevin Strong, Tim O'Donnell, John Parsons, Tom Vernon, Wade Small MISSINGL Randy Hampton, Bill Mcfreary, Ted Reinbreeht. ii LELLIS, FIFTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROWi Torn Jalcovlic. Bill Rogers, John Cupar, Lynn Yuko, Leslie Urbas, Linda Miller, Sharon Golinar. ROW 2' Troy Cantini, Rajshree Ku- mar, ROW 3: Maiihew Richards, Cathy Spooner. ROW 4: Mark Wardcincr, Brian Oberle. Bill Brochak, Curl Wells, Bob Nowae MISSING: Paul Pallante. fi 'he Rl 1 ii e NSG E 1 il f 'rigii 3 i. . e 1 Y l Sophomore ' Sophomore ' Sophomore B-1 Dave Bennett takes extra special eare with his lfng- lish assignment for Mrs, Gibsons elass tooo 7 e g t SPIN,-l, f'lf'lTH Pl:'RlOlJHO'l"lOlv1 ROW' 'liraeie Taylor, liiia lhiltiiiilio, Sliaron llueliner, llenise Dean, Clary Leinweber. ROW I Linda Tinelli, lxini Nletl ROW I tilenn Xlbert, loe Pleslai, Iietsx Wandersleben, .lenny O'Brten, liill llailel. ROW -1: Bryan Ross. Rieh Nleier, ,lon Sain. Rich N'1.ilxtih.t Rich McNamara, Missing' Keith Imrie N HARRIS, FIFTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Shir- leen Nurmi, Bob Hammonds, Lynn Centa. Dawn Schmeling, Paul Pavlina, Susan Sidhu. ROW I Julie sifti- X ' 'X 2 . "' Y' 47 'ze ,911 , N f 2 L ii t In , ,my , I . - - ' it . '-L+ iff Q 5 . - X Soph Trades Jamaiea's Shores For Euclid Sophomore Akhilesh Ganti is not only new to the high school this year but also new to the United States. Born in Vl7Og,ll'tCllLi.Alil1llCSl'1 has lived and traveled around the world as his father, a heart surgeon, pur- V x-l sued his profession, After living six years in India, Akhilesh spent two years in New Zealand and the last N six years in Jamaica before arriving in Euclid. t ' l Although Akhilesh admits that he misses the spectacular beaches of ,las maica and the Clirribean blue of the ocean, he finds the cities in the Lnit- ed States much cleaner than those in Jamaica. There's another benefit too: while a gallon of gasoline costs SL20 here. it goes for S-1,55 a gallon in ,lamaieal ,-Xkhilesh's favorite sports include ti, i. t . Koueky, Lisa Cover, ROW 3: Jill Rcminick, Beth Q W Steele. ON STAIRS' vie Martin. ini Miaoio, Kim Dowu kmiii iilisfs Viffig. India is -ljhcll i-tu tennis. Soccer' lable lcnmv amd Norton, Lisa Curio. Miyung Surh, sean Sanford, can iiwgifw the rmblciiis fmulfxh f'-'nt' lt-'S mckcl David Roieck. Tom Deason, Craig Lane, lxeith Leica with Amfflfllfl Eftlgflllllll ' Sophomore ' Sophomore ' Sophomore :I f V' 3 f ff' QE ,- . 2 J- ,- ...f Z g . V7 .4 - I I' K ' i -' . .V ' v I. ,, f isiai i x f f1'X PETROVIC, SIXTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Akhilesh Ganti. Andrea Hudson, Hillary Hook. ROW Z: Beth Carman, Rick Kocjun, Lauren Jambor, Maryann Radisek. ROW 31 John Webb. John Rahija, Elaine Haupl. ROW 4: Katherine Brown, Mike Szmania, Allison Mersnik, Melanice Watkins. ROW 5: Mike Kucera, Rob Schoeniger, Mike Lang, Greg Fondran. MISSING' Wendy Cicek. Christine Davis. CARMODY, SIXTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Norm Maroli, John Schauer, Bill Cunningham. ROW 2: Patty Dotson, Mike McCallion, James Wig- gins. ROW 3: Tom Koricar, Joyce Sunle, Mike Pe- terson. ROW 4: John Miklavcic, Mike Rendina, MISSING: Frank Bauek, George Bielfelt, Peggy Radabaugh, Ken Schoeder. ,T ..L,".f g. 1 1r1"'::f'Q'..Li.Q ' s 1. . 4-"SKY-.:'S ' , . , U .!.g.,q- . ,. 4, ,J A , ., ggif- Q I i.,. L -.fvl ' gf . .5 'N ' " . " . ggi.-v,i:.:e ,'-'P' - ID' 35: fi 2:56 lxhivqlii 1- ' - ' " v f 1311 QV!-1 . ' . ,Na AQ,-Q' I'm using gym class lo practice my benchwurming. if Quick! Bring a handkerchief I think shek going lo burst into tears! yells Lori Perna as she and Jennifer Jaroscak attempt to console 11 downcast Joanne Zele Life at the high school can bc' confusing lor a sophomore in September. , I-Y A---A---"il GALE. SEVENTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW' Chuck Schroeder, Gail Griswold, Dave Kclmencic. ROW 2: Cindy Malone. Tammy Tichenor, Darwin Ncmcc. ROW 3' Linda Ziegler, Karen Brown, Luuru Ctiprettt1,ROW-1: Mike Guurino, Barbara Pavlovski, Janet Schultz. ROW 5. Gary Bosco, Rob Moyer, Keith Makovlic.MlSSlNG.Fr1ink Betti, Rick Sulgijcik, Lezlic Smith. Kim Stambergcr, -it Lit!!! f Tlx 'lfh S171 I- 'N TH i'f'RlUlJ l5fJT'l'fl'Nl ROW Krlx Kempkc. l rvttslixbcn llttel RONN I l'.itty l,l.lNL.lI'l,lt1lll'1U Pttppottt ROW T Randy N1.twu1I,ilnitL Yeeltley, lJ.tl.11l Mzik, ROW -1: Alun Wzileh,Pctvr'li1t.1rell.i,MmeIntlitino ROW Si Jim Holchncckx, .lim Pztrwnx ROV. Iv Inn 'lem- zano, Dave O'Nctil, Dun Jusbcc, Tom Bumburgcr l ,F f . 5 '5,Qgfti'a in HARRIS, SEVENTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW Mike Danna, l..ince llmerlock, lynn Pritchard, Yvonne lcduc. Sue lxernl ROW 2 Corinne Dul.tr. l lN.l Cirtllin, l tml.: llnehcnir. lim Nltlffllll, Mary Nlodtc ROW 3 Ylnlko Orul, Sant l'.int.tlunc. Denim Xltvrek, Xlighgllf Schetd, Bruin NN ilwn, George Thoitma, N-.tnry Nlcihurl, lxntc Nlul Jugltlin, N1.trx.innc Surmx N1lSSlNG'L'hria Roberts, ,lncluc Row GIBSON, SEVENTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Michelle Ward. Jenny Breznikar, Tony Rupsic. Lisa Grassi. Laura Englebrecht. Joe Oyaski. Jim Dudziak. ROW 2: Dave Strell, John Harper. Peggy Stibinger. ROW 3: Ernie Lackner. Russ Ede. Mike Ellenbest, Dave Bennett. Chuck Herbst. Brian Stipkovich, John Minissale. MlSSlNGt Dwayne Davis. John Donnell, l X my it KXDHAXLITAII-77 ............ P X 4 if X iggf ,. "Q"? l rg: - , 3. .f,,, ' ge- rv: 6 5 .5513- V , 4 ,Ll . Q. . 7 P J ' 1 wr ' . V l ll H lwsfr-" i 4 ' - 4 xx ! -I , JY A u I ' - QQ., C 4, GALE, EIGHTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW. Derrick Col- lier. Emerson Koay. Claudia Reinbrecht, ROW 2' Judith Breining, Terri Moster. Kim Conroy. Randy Anderson. Tom Velkos ROW 3' Vena Roetankowski. Janet Peters, Brian Bleigh, ROW -1' Tim Lawrence. Jean Savage ROW 5: Tom Pappas. George Capliek MISSING' Edward Wolons. SPIGA. EIGHTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Sue Arnold. Tammy Calogar. Donna Giuntu, Andrea Pluta. Regina Stewart. Cindy Robinelte ROW 2: Dave Leonhardt. Frank Sajn. Phil Massaro. Kim Hoflimun. Lori Gamber. Michelle Martorello, Holly Jones, MlSSING:S1eve Nagy, l l l x its .L 'A cm ew , 'iii Y Qt' ie i R 'N 'om 'QR ft 5 N E3 :E 1: X N X R 'i' If . Q x x Cheryl Roberts is so good al the sewing .issignmenls in Mrs, O'Donnell's class she eqin do them with one eye. Barluloue, lxirl llenlsel, lhilriels kelm, l'l.irl1.ur,i liipanesu, XX emlx Smut lieiiiiel lriiiigni, N1.ir.i l'iiil,i'..l SUE CRCFIH-llx ROW' .l Nlllvd l'll'.lllHI1. Rohi l.ip.lL's, l mug l xiimn lilis Names Xl.irx Xrlri lxelli leiinj .l.ll'0NClllk, Carrie lxielsson, l'.iss1on Vlare, Ann l.1ng.1n NllSS.lNli l'.imim Phillips 3-3- , l ,X R - ,l I, n II 1 4 l 1 , 4-X, V ll l l I m - .. .N i Y 'l R f ,. ,1 - ' . il I , r ' . l w xg N ' Fw-'li HARRIS, EIGHTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Greg Malaney, Tina Zingale, Vickie Fussell, Mari- anne Cieslinski. ROW 2: .loc Vohnoul,Melissg1Cole, - '. Gb' A , ,V 5 1 .. ' ,, 4- ,.. Lisa Caplick. Laurie Taylor, Dan Reynolds, Rick A Schafer, Ed Bradae, Steve Bucher, Larry Rowland, Alan Glick. MISSINGL liisa Klnlsolll, Dfllnv lNlPP- LOWE, FIUHTII PPRIOD BOTTON1 ROW lxen Uodnaxec, l'r1e liehols, Cindy Drobmelo lxen Donna MOON' D1-Wld R0b'n50n- cmd! 50P""Ci'V Kurdish, karen Nlgirg1ndo,Rod Reho,C'.1rol5nWilson,llelhX1.ison,NN emlx Dori, l'.ilpurm.x l ee ROXX I George Miller, .lohn llribar, llcalher xl.lllNUl'l, I eo Tr-ilu, Shari Jacobs. Denise l5eN1.irk, l inda .lord.in. Amy lxosl, Ruth lleimberger Sophomore . Nina N1.lllC, lis.i lienln, 'Xnne Nls."Nelis, 'Nalliiie lime RUXX ' lim XX,illeis lliri. ll,irri. lon RAN-lLOll', EIGHTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Rich Rozic, Mark Dzomba, Joe Picozzi, Mike Menhart. ROW 2: Kathy Martens, Sharon Tice, Yvonne Krofcheck, Cheryl Roberts, Michele Snyder, Laura Morris, Sheila Walsh, Mindy Simon. ROW 3: Caroline Brussee, Angela Jones, Justin l-lornung, Darin Gaffney, John Grmovsek, MCLA UGHLIN, EIGHTH PERIOD BOTTOM ROW: Susan Dymanski, Kim Buehner, Chuck Summer- hill, ROW 2: Mike Markiewicz, Teri Thomas, Lesa Galer, Kim Overholt, Patrice Ware, Carrie Wise, John Davis, Tom Smith. ROW 3: Mary Kane, Karin Ludvik, Kim Cartulla, Tim McLoughlin, ROW 4: Adam Race, David Marvin, Al Mulraney. MISSING: Frank Burke. i . . 4 f- ' ig : --- . H ' 'a-A - ," sie? JN. : ,g f I I.. Tv' 1 , L --- An t s saftqafgif' "'.'f r.'gV ,,q V Y v :Elm ,.,.- --f--- """ ""' 4? , !5:"kC-" ,, W , ...W v, VU ,ik-r , K 5' - ' ',l wa. .x l ' h , ' ' J a '4 " , i- A 1 K - ' gf it . . i :hh l i' -V Teefw T , 'l ,fi ,J .X DX u i if-' - if A --1 .1 I . . fn., ,VU 1 1, - ,Q - , Q-if rf J ' 5 lj tiff 'Zig ?.-,- ' ,, g 1 J -ll A i ii v W F , -A Q. i-.i , L ' :QL ' A ' .L y - 'V V-:If-l " ,S 1. ' :SE '- l A 1 , ,, ,J -, 'I' T -7 lzinj l I 4 4 abr 4, jig? L l-1 12 .6 ',,,,I?YT a V- f ' , ,S 1' .. ."-I -6 'J ,.,f' .1 Sophomore Index Albert, Glenn, Spiga 5' Albright, Michael, Gibson -1" Ambrose, James, Petrovic 1 Anderson, Randy, Gale St' Archie, Mark, Lellis It' Armstrong, Kimberly, Bender 2" Arnold, Suzanne, Spiga 8" Bagocius, Dawn, Bender 2" Baizel, William, Spiga 5' Bak, Gordon, Harris 3' Ball, David, Lowe 5" Barich, Scott, Lellis I" Barile, Kathleen, Carmondy 4" Barnard, Jeffrey, Spiga 1" Barnard, Stanley, Harris lu Barndt, John, Ramlow I" Baromir, Jeffery, Harris 3" Bartulovic, Ljubang Lellis 8" Bealko, Scott, Harris I" Beggs, Michelle, Lellis 3" Behra, James, Haffer 3" Belavich, James, Harris ll' .i Bene, Timothy, Carmodv 4" Benko, Barbara, Gale 3" Bennett, David, Gibson 71' Berardinelli, Lisa, Gale 3" Beret, Alexandre, Harris I" Berus, Erik, McLaughlin 5 Betti, Frank, Gale 7" Beuck, Cheryl Harris 1" Beutler, Kristin, Gale 2" Bierer, Ruth Ann, Lellis 8" Black. Bonnie, Bender 2" .J Black, Brenda, McLaughlin 5" Black, Eldridge, McLaughlin 5" Bleigh, Brian, Gale 8" Blevins, William, Lellis 3" Bolton, William, Spiga l" Bosco, Gary, Gale 7" Bosher, Steven, Harris 8" Bost, Charles, Spiga l" Botirius, Mark, Lellis I" Botts, Cheryl, Lellis 1" Boyle, John, Lellis 34' Bradac, Edward, Harris 8U Bozak, Robert, Gibson 4" Bozich, Barbara, Lowe 5" Brannon, Jamie, Spiga 3" Bratton, Michael, Lellis 8" Breeden, William, Gale 2" Breeding, Jacquelyn, Gale 3" Bregy, Gina, Carmody 40 Breining, Judith, Gale 8U Brennan, Kevin, Lellis 30 Brewer, Gina, Lellis 30 Breznikar, Jenny, Gibson 7" Brinsko, Sharon, Bender 2" Brochak, William, Lellis 5" Brogdon, Clarence, Lowe 5" Brown, Gary, Spiga 1" Brown, Jeffrey, Gale 3" Brown, Karen, Gale 70 Brown, Katherine, Petrovic 6" Brown, Kathleen, McLaughlin 51' Brown, William, Gale 3" Brussee, Caroline, Ramlow 80 Budas, Michael: Hafler 3" Buehner, Kimberly: McLaughlin 8" Buehner, Sharon: Spiga 5" Buettner, Ann: Harris 3" Bukvic, Nicholas: McLaughlin 5" Bumbarger, Thomas: Tkae 7" Burke, Frank: McLaughlin 8" Burnette, Cheryl: Gale 2" Burris, Christina: Bender 2" Butler, Daniel: Spiga I" Callahan, Kenneth: Harris l" Calogar, Tammy: Spiga 8" Campana, Christopher: Harris 3" Cantini, Troy: Lellis 5" Caplick, George: Gale 8" Caplick, Lisa: Harris 8" Capretta, Laura: Gale 7" Caputo, Marie: Spiga 3" Carlo, Catherine: Gale 3" Carlson, Thomas: Lellis 3" Carman, Elisabeth: Petrovic 6" Carpenter, Sandra: Spiga 3" Cartulla. Kimberly: McLaughlin 8 Cefaratti, Geneine: Harris I" Centa, Lisa: Lellis 8" Centa, Lynn: Harris 5" Cermak, Susan: Lellis 8" Cers, Kalvis: Petrovic I" Champa, Bernadette: Lellis 8' Ciarlillo, April: McLaughlin 5" Cicek, Wendy: Petrovie 6' Cieslinski, Mary: Harris 8" Cirino, Marie: Bender 2" Clapacs, Robert: Lellis 8" Clarke, Lisa: Harris 5" Clere, Donald: Haffer 5" Cole, Melissa: Harris 8" Collier, Derrick: Gale 8" Colling, Maureen: Petrovic Colo, Michael: Lellis I" Conner, Debra: Lellis I" Conroy. Kimberly: Gale 8" Corbett, Kathleen: Gale 2" Cover, Lisa: Harris 5" I.. Cunningham, William: Carmody 6" Cupar, John: Lellis 5" Custer: Michael: Gibson 4" Danna, Michael: Harris 7" Dauer, Jeffrey: Gibson -1" Daugherty, Robert: Petrovie I" Davidson, Laura: Gibson 4" Davis, Christine: Petrovie 6" Davis, Dwayne: Gibson 7" Davis, John: McLaughlin 8" Dean, Denise: Spiga 5" Deason, Thomas: Harris 5" Delaney, Patrick: Lellis 3" De Luca, Michelle: HaITer 3" De Mark, Denise: Lowe 8" Denihan: James: McLaughlin Z" Deuschle, Sheri: McLaughlin 2" Dickard, Dennis: Gale 3" Dickson, Michael: Gale 3" Donnett, John: Gibson 7" Dort, Wendy: Lowe 8" Dotson, Patricia: Carmody' 6" Doyle, Timothy: Harris 3" Drienka, Susan: Lellis 3" Drobnick, Cynthia: Lowe 8" Dudziak, James: Gibson 7" Dular, Corinne: Harris 7" Duncan, Sheila: Gale 2" Dureiko: Darin: Petrovie I" Dures, Vesna: Ramlow I" Dymanski, Susan: McLaughlin 8" Dzomba, Mark: Ramlow I" Eberwein: Tresa: McLaughlin 2" Echols, Eric: Lowe 8" Ecker: Dennis: Spiga 3" Ede: Russell: Gibson 7" Eichler: Maryann: Lellis 3" Ellenbest: Michael: Gibson 7" Ellul, Darryl: Carmody 4' Englebrecht, Laura: Gibson 7" Eros. Mark: Bender 2" Evans, Shawn: Bender 2" Eyman, Craig: Lellis 8" Fabert, Michael: Harris 3" Farinacci, Nicholas: Gale 2" Festini, Blaise: Gale 3" Fondran, Greg: Petrovie 6" Force, Roy: McLaughlin 5" Ford, Selma: Ramlow I" Foskey, Anthony: Ramlow I" Francetic, Donna: Petrovic I" Franks, David: Lellis I" Fratcher: Mary: Spiga 3" Fuerst, Victoria: Harris I" Fumich, Brenda: Lellis 3" Furlan, Anthony: Ramlou' I" Furman, James: Spiga I" Fussell, Victoria: Harris 8" Gaddis, Eldred: McLaughlin 2' Gaffney, Darin: Ramlow 80 Galer, Lesa: McLaughlin 8 Gamber, Loriann: Spiga 8" Ganti: Akhilesh: Petrovic 6 Garland, Greg: Lellis I" Gilmore, Lynette: Gibson -J Giunta: Donna: Spiga 8" Glavan, Denise: Carmody' 4" Glavan, Frank: Lellis I" Glick, Alan: Harris S" Godnavec, Kenneth: Lowe 8" Golinar, Sharon: Lellis 5" Grabinski, Jeffrey: Spiga I" Grassi, Lisa: Gibson 7" Green, Cynthia: Petrovie I" Greene, Steven: Ramlow I" Griffin, Lisa: Harris 7" Griswold, Gail: Gale 7" Grmovsek, John: Ramlow 8" Gron, Philip: Iellis 3" Guarino: Michael: Gale 7 lladzima, Peter: Gale J llaller, Nora: .Spiga 3 Hammonds, Robert: llarris 5 Hampton, Randall: Melnuglilin Hanlon, Laurie: Pelrorie I Hann, Bonnie: ll.1ller3 Hanratty, Kathleen: lout- 5 Harper, John: Iiilasof, 7 Harris, Christopher: lellis .N Haupt, Elaine: l't-Ironic 0 Haverlock, lance: Harris 7 Hector, Dale: Gibson J Heimberger, Ruth: lone N Heimsoth, Fileen: ,'llel.anghlin 5' Henderson, lidxxard: Carmody 4' Henkel, Kirt: Lellis N Herbst, Charles: Gibson 7 Hernan: Matthew: Lellis I Hill. Zobie: Carmody' -1" Hinies, Walton: McLaughlin 2 Hinton: Gregory: llaller 3 Hirrer. Wernher: Lone 5 Hoag, Joseph: Ramlou I Hoehevar, l.inda: Harris 7 Hoffart: linda: Spiga 3 Hoffert, Stephen: Pelrorie I Hoffman, Kimberly: Spiga 8 Holckneeht: James: Tltae 7 Hook. Hillary: Pelrorie 0 Hornung. Justin: Ranilou 34 Hribar. John: lone 8 Hromyko. Nlark: ,Nlel,auglilin I Hrvatin. Stacie: Gibson -I Hudson. Andrea: Peirotie lv Hughes. Christopher: Lellis 3 Hughlett, Felicia: Harris 3 Hunt, Rickey: Lellis I lmmke, Janet: Bender 2" lmmke, Jean: Gale Q' lmrie: Keith: Spaga 5 lndiano, Vincent: Tltae 7 Jablonski, Paul: Harris I Jackson: Carrie: Lellis 8 Jacobs. Shari: Lone 8 Jakovlie, Thomas: Lellis 5 Jakubauskas, Gediminas: Harris I Jambor, Lauren: Pelroiie 6 Jaroscak, Jennifer: Lellis 8 Jazbec, Daniel: Tlrae 7 Johnson. Thomas: Harris I Joksimovieh. Petar: Harris I Jones: Angela: Ramlou 8 Jones. Holly: Spiga 8 Jones. Sara: Gale I Jones, Stacy: Harris 3 Jordan. Lindgtl Lone X Joyce, Marlene: Ramlou I Juratovac, Donna: lellls I Kane, Nlary: ,lleLaughlin N 4, Kastelic John: Carmody Keay, Emerson: Gale 8" Keeney Ted: Harris I" Kehn Patrick: Lellis 8" Kelly' Karmen: Bender 2' Kelly' Mary: Lellis S' Kenipke Kristen: Tkae 7' Kernz Susan: Harris 7" Kime Brian: Spiga I Kinkoll' Lisa: Harris S Kimkopl' Walter: Gale 3 Kipp Dean: Harris 8' Klemicic David: Gale 7" Knaus Victor: Gibson -1" Kobetitsch Micheal: Harris 3" Kocjan Rick: Petrovic 6' Koenig Christine: McLaughlin 5 Koester Roberta: Spiga 3' Kolleda Pauli Lellis I" Koman Matthew: Gibson -I" Koncar. Thomas: Carmody 6' Konchan: Christine: Bender 8 Kordich. Kenneth: Lowe 8" Kost: Amelia: Lowe 8" Kost, Bonnie: Harris 3" Koucky. Julie: Harris 5' Kovac, Maria: Spiga I" Kravos, Lawrence: Harris I Krcal. Robert: Spiga 3' Krolicheck: Yvonne: Ramlow 5" Kucera. Michael: Petrovic 6' Kucmanic. Joseph: Spiga 3' Labondano. James: Harris 3" Lackncr. Ernest: Gibson 7 Laidlaw: Sheila: Ramlow I" Lane. Craig: Harris 5" Lang. Michael: Petrovic 6 Langan. Ann: Lellis 5" Laska. Brenda: Harris I Latkoyyski, David: Spiga I' Lausin. Michael: Bender 2" LaValley. Linda: Gale 3 Laxxrence. Lisa: Ramlow I Law renee. Timothy: Gale S Leasure, Lisa: Spiga I' Leasurc. Paul: Gibson -J" l cduc, Yvonne: Harris 7" Lee. Calpurnia: Lone N' lecinwebcr. Gary: Spiga 5" Leonard. Susan: Bender 2' Leonhardt. David: Spiga N' lcsler, Tammy: Spiga S' Lcxa. Keith: Harris 5 lieslinski, Marianne: Harris H: Lisac. Nadine: Lellis N l loyd. Frances: Spiga I' lloyd: Robert: Gibson -1" longstreth: Lawrence: Gale 2 l ticas. Bonnie: llarris 3" Lucci, Dcena: Petrovic I" lutlvik. Karin: Nlelaughlin 8" l ynch. Patricia: Gibson 4" l yon, James: Petrotic I Mackell, Diana: Haffer 3" Mahovlic, Keith: Gale 7" Maio, Monica: Harris I" Maire, William: Gale 3" Maitland, Scott: Lowe 5" Makuhan, Richard: Spiga 5" Malaney, Gregory: Harris 8" Maldonado, Joelle: Lowe 5" Malone, Cindy: Gale 7:' Mannello, Deborah: Ramlow I" Marando, Karen: Lowe 8" Marchesano: Michelle: Spiga I" Markiewic7, Michael: ,McLaughlin Marolt. Norman: Carmody 6" Marrott: Lisa: Harris 7" Martens. Kathryn: Ramlow 8" Martin. Randy: Lellis 3" Martin, Victor: Harris 5" Martorello, Michelle: Spiga 24" Marvin, David: McLaughlin 8" Masera. Brunal Spiga I" Mason. Elizabeth: Lowe 5" Massaro, Philip: Spiga 8" Mast, Jane: Gale 3" Mastin, Diane: .Spiga 3" Matic. Nina: Lellis 8" Matsko. David: Gibson 4" Mattson, Heather: Lowe 8" Maxwell. Randall: Tkae 7" Mays, Timothy: Gale 2" Mazzaro, Russel: Ramlow I" Mc Arthur, Beth: Gibson 4" Mc Callion. Michael: Carmony' 6" Mc Cance, Gordon: Lellis 3" Mc Court: Nancy: Harris 7' Mc Elwain: Joseph: Spiga I' McGraw, J Paul: Harris I" Mclnally, Avril: Gale 3' McLaughlin: Kate: Harris 7" McLaughlin. Michael: McLaughlin McLean, Blair: Harris 3" McLoughlin. Timothy: McLaughlin S. McNamara. Richard: Spiga 5" McNelis, Anne: Lellis 8" Medley, Mark: Petrovic I" Medved. Jadranka: Lowe 5" Meier, Richard: Spiga 5" Menhart. Michael: Ramlow 8" Mersnik, Allison: Petrovic 6' Metz: Kimberly: Spiga 5" Meyers. John: Gale 3' Midolo: Jill: Harris 5" Mihalick, Michael: Lellis I" Mihelcic: Alice: Petrovic I" Miklavcic. John: Carmody' 6' Miklavcic: Patricia: lWcLaughlin 2" Miller. George: Lowe 8" Miller. Linda: Lellis 5" Miller. Michael: McLaughlin 2" Minarjyzis, Rebekah: Harris 3" Minerd, Mia: Bender 2" Minissale. John: Gibson 7" 8, 5:- Mita, Brian: Spiga 3" Modic, Mark: Harris 7" Molesky, Edward: Gale 2" Mooney, Suellyn: Petrovic I" Moore, Donna: Harris 8" Morek, Dennis: Harris 7" Morris, Laura: Ramlow 8 Moser, Diane: Spiga 3" Moses, James: Lellis 3" Moster, Daniel: Petrovic 1" Moster, Terri: Gale 8" Moyer, Robert: Gale 7" Mueller, Ronald: Gale 2" Mullins, Daniel: Bender 2" Mulraney, Albert: McLaughlin 8" Munici, Kimberley: McLaughlin 2 Mzik, David: Tkac 7" Nagy. Steven: Spiga 8" Nemee, Darwin: Gale 7" Newell, Gerri: McLaughlin 5" Nickel, Therese: Petrovic I" Nieves. Luis: Lellis 8" Norton, Kimberly: Harris 5" Novotney, Donald: Ramlow I" Nowac, Robert: Icellis 5: Nurmi, Shirleen: Harris 5" Oberle, Brian: Lellis 5" O'Donnell, Daniel: Carmodv 6" O'Donnell: Timothy: McLaughlin 5 O'Ncal, Daivid: Tkae 7" O'Neill, Timothy: Harris 3" Oroz, Vlatko: Harris 7" O'Rourkc, Leslie: Spiga 3" Ospelt, Kenneth: Lellis I" Ostrom, Stephen: Petrovic I" Overholt, Kimberly: McLaughlin 8 Owen, Robert: Lellis 3' Oyaski, Joseph: Gibson 7' Pallante. Paul: Lellis 5" Pantalone. Sam: Harris 7" Papotta. Laura: Tkae 7" Papouras: Anna: Ramlow I" Papouras. Constance: Gale 3' Papouras, Diane: Lowe 5" Pappas. Thomas: Gale 8" Parsons, Jimmie: Tkae 7" Parsons, John: McLaughlin 5" Pate, Dean: Harris 3" Patel. Llrvashiben: Tkae 7" Pauley, Evelyn: Spiga 3" Pavlina. Paul: Harris 5" Pavlovski. Barbara: Gale 7" Payne, Donald: Lellis I" Peck. James: Gale 2" Penicka, Debra: Lowe 5" Penny: Vincent: McLaughlin 2" Perna, Lori: Spiga I" Peters, Janet: Gale 8" Peterson: Michael: Spiga 3" Peterson, Robert: McLaughlin 2" Peterson, Rudolph: Carmody' 6" Phillips, Marc: Gale 2" Phillips, Pammi: Lellis 8" Picciano, Joanne: McLaughlin 2" Picozzi, Joseph: Ramlow 8" Pinkava, Pollymara: Lellis 8" Piper, James: Spiga 3" Pirsil, Trish: McLaughlin 2" Platt, Diane: Harris 3" Plavcan, Patricia: Tkac 7" Plesko, Joseph: Spiga 5" Pluta, Andrea: Spiga 8" Pohl, Bernadette: McLaughlin 5" Poklar, James: Lellis I" Ponsart, Dale: McLaughlin 2" Popovic, Christine: Harris I" Popp, Stephen: Carmody 4" Porz, Kenneth: Lellis I" Potokar, Wendy: Petrovic l" Potts, Renee: Gale 3" Powaski, Andrew: Gale 3" Price, Matthew: Lellis 3" Pritchard, Lynn: Harris 7" Race, Adam: McLaughlin 8" Radisek, Maryann: Petrovic 6" Rahija, John: Petrovic 6" Raicevich, Amy: Lellis 8" Rattini, Vincent: Gibson 4" Reho, Rodney: Lowe 8" Reinbrecht, Claudia: Gale 8" Reinbrecht, Theodore: McLaughlin Reinke, Susan: Gale 3" Reminick, Jill: Harris 5" Rendina, A. Michael: Carmody 6" Reynolds, Dandrick: Harris 8" Rhone, Lisa: Gale 3" Richards, Matthew: Lellis 5" Richardson, Jack: Gale 3" Richer, John: McLaughlin 2" Rinderle, Robert: Petrovic I" Roberts, Cheryl: Ramlow 8" Robinette, Cynthia: Spiga 8" Robinson, David: Harris 8" Rogers, William: Lellis 5" Rojeck, David: Harris 5" Rolik, Diane: Lowe 5" Rose, Phillip: Harris I" Ross, Bryan: Spiga 5" Rostankowski, Vena: Gale 8" Rowan, Lisa: Haffer 3" Rowland, Larry: Harris 8" Rozic, Richard: Ramlow 8" Rupcic, Anthony: Gibson 7" Sajn, Frank: Spiga 8" Sajn, Jon: Spiga 5" Salajcik, Richard: Gale 7" Salter, Randolph: Gale 3" Sandrick, Diana: Harris 3" Sanford, Scott: Harris 5" Savage, Jean: Gale 8" Scaife, Timothy: Carmody -1" Schafer, Richard: Harris 8" Schauer, Daniel: Lellis I" Schauer, John: Carmody 6" Schauer, Patricia: McLaughlin 2' Scheid, Michelle: Harris 7" Sehembrc, Dino: McLaughlin 2" Schmeling, Dawn: Harris 5" Schmeltzer, Ken: McLaughlin - Schoenigcr, Robert: Petrovic 6" Schroeder, Charles: Gale 7" Schultz, Carolyn: Lellis I" Schultz, Janet: Gale 7" Schultz, Paul: Lellis 8" Schulz, Karen: Petrovic I" Scott, Linda: Spiga I" Sellers, Lisa: Lellis 8" Sidhu, Susan: Harris 5" Simieak, Ingrid: Gale 2" Simmons, Sheila: Bender 2" Simon, Mindy: Ramlow 8" Skebe, Michael: Spiga I" Skora, Michelle: Harris I" Smith, Allan: Spiga I" Smith, Jessica: Petrovic I" Smith, Julia: Ramlow I" Smith, Lezlie: Gale 7" Smith, Nancy: Petrovic Smith, Patricia: Petroific I" Smith, Stephen: Lellis 3" Smith, Thomas: McLaughlin 8" Snyder, Michele: Ramlow 8" Snyder, Pamela: Lowe 5" Sopnicar, Cindy: Harris 8" Sopko, Gregory: Petrovic I" Spaur, Barbara: Lellis 3" Spooner, Catherine: Lellis 6" Springer, Jeffery: Gale 2" Stamberger, Kim: Gale 7" Steele, Beth: Harris 5" Stegh, Michael: Spiga 3" Stephens, Susan: Lellis 3" Stevko, Judith: Spiga I" Stewart, Regina: Spiga 8" Stewart, Samuel: Harris I" Stibinger, Margaret: Gibson 7' Stipkovich, Brian: Gibson 7" Strell, David: Gibson 7" Strong, Kevin: McLaughlin 5" Suchevits, Mark: Spiga 3" Sulic, Zeljka: Spiga I" qi. In Summerhill, Charles: McLaughlin 8" Suponcic, Susan: Petrovic I" Surh, Miyung: Harris 5" Surovy, Marianne: Harris 7" Suttle, Joyce: Carmody 6" Swyt, Wendy: Lellis 8" Szabo, John: Haffer 3" Szmania, Michael: Petrovic 6" Szukalski, Diane: Gale 3" Tavano, Rebecca: Gale 3" Taylor, Kelly: Carmody-1" Taylor, Laurie: Harris 8" Taylor, Tracie: Spiga 5" Terzano, Elaine: Harris I" Testa, Christina: Bender 2" Theodosian, John: Harris 3" Thomas, George: Harris 7" Thomas, Teri: McLaughlin S: Thompson, .lohn: llaller 3 Thornton, Bonnie: Gale 3 Tianello, Kimberly: llarris 3 Tiee, Sharon: Ramlow X Tiehcnor, Tammy: Gale 7 Tinelli, Linda: Spiga 5' Tomaselli, Kenneth: Melaiughlin Torer, Carolyn: Petrovic I Totarella, Peter: Tkae 7 Tousel, Lisa: Gale 3 Trebec, Kim: llarris I Trebec, Lori: Harris 3 Troha, l.eo: Lone N Turner, Susan: McLaughlin 2 Urbas, Leslie: l,elli.s 5 Vandeveer, Eileen: l,ov.e 5 Velkos, Thomas: Gale H Vella, Michael: Bender J Vernon, Thomas: ,llclaiughlin 5' Vislocky, Joseph: Lellis I Vohnout. Joseph: Harris H Wachhaus, Susan: Lone 5 Wagner, Darrin: Petrovic I Walch, Alan: Tkae 7 Walsh, Mary: Ramlow I Walsh, Sheila: Ramlou H Walters, Jonathan: Lellis A' Wandersleben, Betsy: Spiga 5" Ward, Aubrey: Carmodri 4" Ward, Michelle: Gibson 7' Wardeiner, Mark: Lellis 5' Ware, Passion: Lellis 8" Ware, Patrice: McLaughlin 8' Watkins, Melanice: Petrovic 6' Watros, Michele: Gale 2 Webb. John: Petrovic 6' Weissfuss, Frank: Harris 3 Weissfuss, John: Spiga I Wells, Curtis: Lellis 5' Werle. Arthur: Gale 2' Wiggins, James: Carmod-i' 6 Will, Christine: Gale 3' Williams, Theresa: Petrovic I Williams, Thomas: Lone 5' Wilson, Brian: Harris 7 Wilson, Carolyn: Lone 8 Wilson, Robcrt: Bender J Wise, Carrie: Klelaiughlin .Y Wolons. Eduard: Gale 8 Wootten, Timothy: Lellis 3 Wudy, Linda: Petrovic I Yeekley, Charles: Tkac 7' Young, Jacqueline: PCIFUHIC I Yuko, Lynn: Lellis 5 Zakraysek, Theresa: Lone 5 Zanghi: Deneen: llelaughlin 5 Zele, Joann: Pelrorie I Ziegler, Linda: Gale " Zimmerman, James: Harris I Zingale, Tina: Harris A' Zingle, Jeffrey: ,Xltlaughlin - Zupancie, Barbara: lellis N 7 Zusman. Michael: lone 5 Nlyca Abraham 'yllclwclle Adam Sue Adams Paul Adkins Patty Albanese John -'ylberlone ,Ion Alexander Theresa Andresky' Steve Amells Denlse Aull Paul Auslrn Jrm Avern Debby Bagwell Nlall Ballev Sue Balazs Vrrgrma Balogh Bob Banaszek Nrcly Baruch Kathy Barule Joe Barleld Dave Bauer Mrke Bauer ,loyce Berclle Lors Belavreh Tum Bene Rudm Benedeycn: Bruce Benedlet l'xll'Il Bertrand Vance Bevacqua Allen Black Doug Blackman Sharon Blankenshrp Chrlslrna Bognar Susan Bolger Wendy Born Tony Bosehr Jane Bosl Lrsa Boyle Kerlh Bowes Charloue Boyden A v ? . . BQ 1 -N f ,. gl y 5 il 8 1 1 X I "' 'ily .gl F .' ' 5 , -L'-1 flu . ,f , l 1-Q A E X , rf 1 .X I W A or 8' 'l Y' J 1 ,xy yr 1 by sy l Q ng NS, Q x .' ,g ,W . as Gy f 1 I ' bib I fl -. L 4- y y l L' . ' 8 V I ' - F, y fe' N I 'T l' W5 . . . .. -It v ll f "But il makes more sense rf I read rl this way, says 1 ' k rl Nl, an impish Alice Gregory, 'Q 'A ' 1 Ll fn . ,B A -pw- ap- 4, N ' , :P ' f it vu, 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' Jtilll l5r.itJiJin,l, kathy Hmily Donna lir.iut,litr Sheri Hrceilcn Maru Hrentar 1 Hill llrcttnn -I Gs- 'dns Stcxc Brewer It l. .1 . 'ti' an A vi.- ...' 'u 'loin lirniit Brian llrtiltale Bcxerlx lirnnn Joyce Broun lxathic Brown I Pgmiela Hriiv-n ' Jim Brucning l l .ff 4 , 1 1 tlpil I i Administration Expands Attendance Rules Is there a form in your future? . . .There will be if you're absent from school or tardy to class too many times. flflii A- LQIi.'.i.Ifjer 2 lk 4. f,Q.f'.'f4 aiu, A . ,W,, , I , ,. if N - X Vu ,Y-.X , I -- ',' - ,- V. --- , . M127 iii-- Im", isfxi-e .41 S--l -i A' in- ' g - .. 1 A number of rules, instituted at the high school last year. were continued this year. To discourage class cutting, the two-cut rule stated that after the second class cut a student would receive an F for the grading period. The class attendance rule, meant to penalize the chronically absent student, stated that in any grading period every unexcused absence over eight would re- sult in the loss of one letter grade. In other words, a student would automati- cally fail a class if he were absent thir- teen days in any grading period. Since the administration felt that these rules had had a positive affect on student attendance, a new rule was in- stituted this year, Simple stated, each unexcused tardiness counts as one-third of an unexcused absence and is added to the absence total, Thus, a combina- tion of unexcused absences and tardi- ness could result in the lowering of a student's grade. Although the majority of Euclid's students have a good attendance re- cord, some students have begun to take a strong interest in their absence totals, Q Steve Bruno .5 fl M i Q'AL,"l 'si Linda Lewin and Mr. Von Benken model the latest in conservative fashions. 'cv I . an 'C' 0 Gary Buck Gary Budnar RJ Budway Joyce Buchncr V Sue Bultoxac Q. "'.'..? ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' Lisa Brzozouski Sharon Buehncr Yo-u 5oDHoffwRs5,,l X-HJNIORQ xx g l AR: NOTHIN .. ,l if fr 'Q 1 4 lib, f X x Q ' ff"'1M X , f , - r ' J: fi: 5'i f lu, lf.. f 'TJ'-? gf T? xx QP m ' Ca f 1 P 1 'H K li jo, J.. ...-l,.C-.- -C C C F :C - l f 4 l 4 Chrli Bukvic 'f:j, 3-- 1 'wg vi Ed Burrlnglon " 'KK L P Nlncheal Burrow ,. all C N ll Rick Burya A ' -- 'gf b L Bob Cable ,- 6+ , ' ' -Q Q - h - A , h James Calhoun if-K 1 ' L 1 ' X ' . , wx Path Callahan ' H X Q P X , f I A Z ,,. Fx. ' t - E K f ' . ,X ' 1 .f ' iv wh Y E .B 3 X Y '- JQL X ' ' 4' l an E452 l . ' . J lxaryn Campbell S: V V N Llsa Cannon Lmda Cell 1 X Nlarlu Cclcraltu Judy Cater X Gilfj Canto ,,' C ,Q- bherrx Carter I 1 Q 'K John Carter Damn Carlcr g. Valdl Cervar ' Tony Champa V -- ' J , U fr. ' , X Q23 Brlan Chapman Tammy Chapman NlLlI'IC' Cheatham Jlm Cherne Nlark Chlcom. Keuh Chxlders Dave Chludiom Llsa Chmlopher 1 .LAN- ' Na fa-f. 1 R.. ' M1111 " .. ,rs . , -L... - 4 X'-wx, 4 1. - Cheri Johnson hard at work. X Y ' , , XX XJ ' 1 Eli lt A xl ' zqfmieasli- - . .15-24 54? "'..-1f..- .. . T65-aan env' hum! Q- T' J 'Y' .y .. 2- :fj I1 ' pw..- Q ----1-r g H L gy... w Lai X D fda: I 44:4 4 tstmunt lfn 5 N ,N -. 1 t -yy, - 4 C "":',-v--w al .-1. -vp M Q qw' -. ..-X " u. t. ' s l f ., y. h'K! Q C .L 5. u X eng.: 1, 1-- ,at- "But wc don't vyunt In gn an the water," ev clzttmcd Shcllgx Kelly, lxztren lldrnwn, .tnd A Montes Pockur. A ls. 'Remy I e Ig .1 :Al 6, R , Al R '.. 5- h . HTN t: ,ff y l Q ,Q g.. X... Rob C'lLtI'lClll ,-Xpr1lCtgtrl1Ilu Kathy Cxbmk Pam CI.trk Rtclt Clnrk Dave Clcmeny Scott Cllncx Lon Cochcrcll Ed Coggin Ttrn Culcy Cathy Colton Kathy Cnnncrttyn Danny Conume Came Conway Ruth Cook K.tlhy Cooney Duane Corbett Lynn Corbett Put Cotter Rtch Coyne Joe Ctm.1n Tum Coy ne Beth Cr.1n1er Lund.: Cmnyer Cyndy Currtt Tmcy D.nIey Tum D' Xnrm Tum D' Xnm .ltvhn lltytex Candy Duty Dcbhle lltylx Dentxe l3c.tn B.trh.tr.t lltxtrtlen C.xrol l5u,u.yn X1xr.t llebt-tt "Who was that l0i"' wonders Chuck Zele. 1982 ' 1982 v 1982 0 Boris De Granda Rick De Lambo Veronica Delas Gina Deluca V ,gg Ui. " K "A xf 1 Paul Dennick Joe Deoma Alison Dcrreberry Lisa Dezelon ,J , . il - 2 Q xx, ff K if W Q I , usil J i I --1 a 5 gli' ,1 1' ll little A -, ' i ,D xy , Nick Di Tirro Dean Dixon David Dodaro John Dombrosky Linda Deremus Michelle Drasler Tessie Duclek X- , i xl' I qyfl.44, W Dragan Dugandzic ' f ull Dave Duke A Jennifer Durst is A- Kevin Durst ,, Maryann Eichler Maryellen Eiermann ,Ll , 'I AA ' W Mark Emser ' i 1 I V 1 - 5. ' 1 1 ' A! Y ' " 1 li , l 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 0 1982 ' 1982 ' 2 1 uf V' ll ' N f S ., P " f . J , l l as ' 1 X l ' l N 5- Ray Tice. Bill Bretton.t1nd Eric Koslen are getting some badly needed practice. . 4-s t l, A 1 in l ' YXFJA A mn l , lil- gf CT 't - 2911. Jl.anll. 4-fi ,X A 91 .t - l f ' 1- X fl ' N -2 1' 1, V ' ,Ll I x . hug, 'E' 1: 4 Q52-1 "TFT X . N alll. . r-,E Vg 1 4: 37.9, WM .V 'T A lf 68 l ll Q 'l I 1, 'I lxclly l rm' llcnm l '.,llt Slmusn l,lp.m l1.llul,11nl lwlm l t'tl,1l.w.ul-l Nunn lt'4l,ll-.null-.1 luu l urmxutlg llutlr lllllllf lim l1nl.u Turn l ullur C, -rlln lltlpntrult Nlrclt llllNIllltPl'lx lV,.lXlLl ltmlu Colleen lux Nlnrlt lmncctlg Tony lmnltlun Beth lmnlm lxlm lmxhcr Joe l'9f.tlll'l0 Wullmm Fryar Stcplmntc lucm Dune Fulton Dcbblc Furman William Gqnor Angel.: Gull Paul Glncr Jam Gldtgxc Dcnuc Glamn Fmnlt Glaun Ellyn Glelsscr Sqndy Gllckcr Erlch Gltcbc Karen Gloxcr Pdtty Golden Karen Gordon Jel'l'Gr.1b1mk1 Dcnmf Grag Dan Grccn Ramon.: Grccn ,-Kllcc Grcgorx Dttxe Grtesmer Amy Grtffis Duug Grouel -Xngclu Gubttosn Make Guenther Scott Gundling Sttdhnn Gupta Rouemttry Hahn Lauren Hale Luurtc Hull Tom Hall Fred Hum Tom Hunlon Bonnre Hahn Denim: Harmon Karon Harmon Scott Hayes Dune Hegedus Robert Hendershot Bob Henderson Margaret Henry .loc Hernan Bob Htghsrntth Kurt Hlebuk Chrts -Hoag Tracy Holmes Rob Horn Rum Horner Tracy Howsure John Huber Doug Hufford Gtnnte Hufford Randy Hughes Peggy Hunt Dunette Hurney' I f. , lf' ,, fy I if X3 X t 45, 'lx 1 TU Xt ucv- Sundy L kmar and Beth Franko are extremely' enthused about their expertment. ' - A wifi D, - A .1 -QQ X art A K . ' , tn -. Az' L Yjl Q by 'r ' . ' 1'-7 Q-- inf 1 ' x 5 V' ' , Y wx? it K . ' ,Q , ' , ' A ' ' Sy. D ,Q L Q xr yu , 3,1-A- - 6 ,.." Ei tx yr 3 is 5 B ' fx X bv ' ' L' . Q 1-sv 1- A ' - f ,st xy, X ' Q' X ,. 5 X if f 2 D r M Q-I A- ? ' IB M ' ' 2 fx 4 I X , ,r x I , u V B -. ' v ff! r A t ,.f' if g -x-mx 2 5' v nf uf gr' Dx 21 rf ,a t Mark Lirbzts believes in bringing in Yl5U1ll.llL.l5 lor his reports in science class, H Q lite Ialeltee loan laliyli-vl,i lim lannieellt N1.iri.i laqtlterili 9' ' s- -N L. A - Y' tv- qf - Neg U , . 53 X I 'Y D Dino lns.iii.t lx.tn lxatltiiiit litll l.ihnl.e -- lennt lariibor Q fri X S 45 til as w. ' W -. n'i"'- 111 ' 17 il ,i'iQ1't-, llfllf v"" 4 "'f i' an Joanne ,lanosltt A De,-Xnna Jeric 'U 'l Bolana .lerltie .' I t I .lay .lesberger It . F i V X il 4 iv 1 t -H' -,, i t Cheryl Johnson Dennis Johnson Jace: Johnson Perry Johnson Charisse .Itines l,oufXnn Jones Redon .lones 7' "LT Bill June Date Just Michele Kaeper John kuemiinic , , L 5 K. W' Ann lxaniposelt W Q., hw! 'M :. V S' , Bob lxateher 1 ul l y f 4 ' Q' Steve lxato A i 3 I t -4 X X A X l 1 , sf- I . ' , ,N 'N 1 it Poll Finds 50? Of Juniors Have Licenses ,Ak 8 l i 'I Y? l i x D Q -. -2 Driving can present some problems. Nine percent of the juniors have already gotten a ticket. To a high school student in the l980's there is no better sign ofadulthood than a driver's license, and in Ohio it is not that hard to obtain one. The first step is to pass the written test for a temporary license, which enables you to drive with a licensed driver in the ear. After taking a driving course, lasting anywhere from two to nine weeks. you must pass a lest for a permanent license. On this test. which measures street driving and man- uverability, you must score a 76'? or better. To measure the driving experience of this year's junior class. a survey was given to selected junior homerooms in September. The results showed that al- ready 50fZ ofthe students had their per- manent licenses. However. only IST of the junior class drove to sehoolfper- haps reflecting the high price ol' ears. gasoline, and the general distrust par- ents hold lor their sixteen year old sons or daughters driving. Every freedom present problems. and driving is no exception, Our survey found that 9'7? ol thejunior class drivers had already received a tral'l'ie ticket. and that 6"? had been involved in a tralifie aeeidentfalthough it itasn't clear whether they were driving or a passenger in the ear. ski Rich Kgivcic lkkllllj lxduse l im Keith Debbie lxclly Sheila Kelly Vliill lxclly Scott Kemper! Chris lxiblcr .Iohn Kinslcy Dun lxirchncr lxnrcn Kish Sandie lxlnmck Steve Knack Greg Rocin Tmcy Roaster .loc Konchun lxcn Koncl Denise Koriilich Nilurk Kosir Saou Rust Eric lxoslen .lcll Kovuch lxarcn Koxxulkouski Alun lxollowski Bclh lxupfcr Dun lxrnince ,lill lxrqixczyslyn Lim Krcgin Nlichclc lxrcniaky .loyuclcc Kronik Goylc Kubik Don lxuccru Dave lxucinyki Greg lxuhur Ron L.1Bonduno Bruce Landrey lvnn lane Peggy Laughlin Chrix Lnuria Pnl Lgivclle ip, s , - . ,- - ' s:7 -, pf.. - V ., .n" - , x,,. f , , f- fi ' ,D k Sv 3 :U l lil- 'Al X 4 L.,,,2,. gn.. AH 'T ' ' fi' 'dligrqlq l 1 . , Y Q Nh QQ I Q15 1 1 l Xi 33 X 4 YZ x ' Q Y . H S w ,,' , ,, V L. .-'A -T.. 5- Tom Hanlon finally put his hot air to good use. ,-fx 2 7-""Y'l:-x r1 - Q 'D I ' , 1 ,. 1 i,i . 1 ,W 1 ' v 1' i .X ., 1982 v 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 4 1 .3 1 - x: Q Imlllly I imler VIII-tc I :vmnich I msn I UIQIICY 6 I ind.i I euin A Iuhn I cviI.i ' Ana I nina Siinonc I isnt . ,lil xx Oax3I - G Ng I I .-msQQ Y W -7 I rlinecs I liiyd Ileidic I mich! I karen intrthiifi 5 1 , X AA Audrey I onchar ' Q , A L, 5. .Y I intI.i I L1c.is Q ?"" 'Ii' "- NV V7 ,ludy I l.IlIlfIIx 1 ,I '- Jeanne I udvxig X, . . ,A 1 . 'Y Q 1 XI'.ti.xXN - in 5 I I A s v X - UQ- .-, .- .N - 8 IN 5 I I Q .I-II, I if - 1 1 A recent addition to Euclid High's junior class is Steve Wilson, Before E coming to Euclid, Steve attended Victor High School in Victor. New -Y g York, a suburb of Rochester. Pre- I vious to moving to Victor, he had attended Cleveland Central Catho- lic 1 Steve finds Euclid larger and bet- ter equipped than any of his previous 1 f - MEX- ' schools, Victor High had about 1000 1 ' Ru X ""' A students, and was small compared to Euclid. Features of Euclid High that g . 1 Steve likes best include the E-room. 1 I the planetarium, and the indoor , track. 1 f Stevc's favorite pastimes are foot- I 1 ' ball and car repair, Among his favor- , l ite classes are Vocational Electonics 1 X 5 and World Problems. Steve looks Q' 5 forward to graduating with the class ' "H 'N 'J of 1982 from Euclidfthe best high Somehow I have the feeling this isn'l the boys'gyn1, Euclid's size gave Steve Wilson problems at first, School that he-S known' 'EV Laura Lusky Ixen I ulhcr Vicki Lyon 4. Howard Xlabcl Iv- : Al 6 X I I i K I :Isis R . eu - ' ' . X I ' EEE Bill Xlagas Craig Xiam- - g Karen Xlalinou ki I "', ' Darlene Nlanas K E1 , 11 5545: I 1.1 x' 12 'ff .- i 1 'faigzgtzvgr A x 1 .' .i4""7,'-i ' I Wes Taylor and Vince Indianoxull dOAll7'I1hll1gl0gCl themselves in the Euclidian. ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' .Incl Mxxnspcrgcr N1.1rlhg1 Nhrcll Joc Muschull Mukc Martens Ron Nhrlnn Dum Nimsglro .llll Nhat Dmnc Nhslun .lklrncs M.x1.xr.11n N1.1urccn Nhlrua Bruce N'1.11lhuxu Bill Nhusur ,l.1n Nhycrhufcr N1cI.1nlu Nicfhlhur Dave N1cC.1rIy Nlcllnmu N1cCh.1nc5 ,loc N1cCuy Tcrry N1cCr.1ry Dunne Nhgfiull Duxly Nhhmn Nhxly Nhlxknn N1mhcHc Nickmghl Lxmlnnc Vcdxcx Nnckn 'Wcllgur lx.1rI Xiuxu 'Nun N1cycrx 94 '-, ,Q fl A . 1 X ' .- 492' ,. M x X . xx , , W Q 1 .XX 9' V4 5 Q If, w 1 Q , , " A-w A " f ci-is .g S J . gg ' 211 ' ll, ,V ' W., ,ty Y , ,. 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Xciiilu, Nil Nuriliiri Sue Milaritc Ras Niirlitul-, lxariii Wagner Riihert Wagner Ihris Xhalclai. 'xnneltc Walker Survey Reveals Underclassmen Are Long-Time Euclid Residents 1980 was a year in which the national census was taken. And since the census not only counts us but also compiles all sorts of statistics about our habits, the Euclidian did the same with the student population, While Americans are supposed to be moving more fre- quently, our statistics showed that the average sophomore has lived in Euclid for eleven years while his junior counter- part has called Euclid home for twelve years. 41 percent of sophomores and 34 percent of the juniors have lived their whole lives in Euclid. Finally. 29 percent of the sophomores could be consid- ered world travelers. With Euclid located on the shore of Lake Erie, it is only natural that most of these out-of- country travels were across the lake to Canada. However, six percent ofthe sophomores have traveled to N1exico.and four percent have already been to Europe. 'iwpffi i - Charles Walls 2, Carol Walsh ' ' Beth Waltermire 4 , Ron Nkamser VK -i J X of 4 1 ' J Cheryl Nhirnian Glen Waters George NK eisert Fred Xhendcl ' 1982 ' 1982 ' 1982 ' Hr',.in Ni,-viiliglaiif 1iil.ceiiXiriL.iw.ic Patrick Woloyy icclti Junior Class Cabinet Plans Activities For The Class Of 1982 The .lunior Class is composed ol' 75 outgoing. spirited members ol' the class cl WS-. From its 75 members. li stu- dents are selected to be in the ,lunior Class Cabinet. This cabinet is in charge i . 'or Cl' ss 'c 'v' ies. T ese .- members meet every Thursday morning A 7:30 under the direction ol' r. riry. During these meetings. activities for their cl'issm'ites 'ire planned. One tor 'ictivity they plin is the .lunkr Prom. The .lunior Cibinet makes all ol' the decisions for the Junior Prom - cisions such 'is time. place. -in . Debbie West .lell Westove Nlilte Wheland - Tammy White Becky Wiegand ' Chris Will - - ' Robin Willard , -- . XL decorations. 'ind llood, Then they' report to the rest ol' the members to see how they' like their ideas, An event such 'is the Junior Prom costs money: ln order to meet the cost ol' their dance. liund-raising is planned and conducted by .lunior Class mem' bers. ln a September car wish, the .lu- nior Class raised over 70 dollars lor their elassniites. A Panther Power but- ton sale 'ilso 'idded to the class treasury: Other lund raisers included candy, pom poms, bakery. doughnuts. and llower sa es. The Junior Class is 'i group ol' stu- dents who 'irc out to reach a goal: to make Euclid High the best it can be for their classmates. All events, activities, 'ind fund raisers center around this get . LX special 'ictivity' at Euclid i h School - Junior Class -is meant to help leadership 'ind communication. some- thing created by' a school the size ol' Euclid, I I T L 1. T L L E T N' A. X L. yt U' s ' t K s y s s s L L 1 L ol luni .1 .t ti iti h' lf . nl s v , L t H g M c D , t , L L Q L - R . t llth graders solve the problems ofclass K L L T K 1 1 K N. '- ni ii t t ii . . . - ' cle t b. d .l NW r R 5 W X g y al' A- ' J 6 I g- S ? . ' s in .- .Li I , 5'l - 1 .,, +L .Q Ill! ' Lll ev, sm! t Mt in :N e " ' 1 -assign ' A ' iiliisaiig Dane Williams Xniy Wilson Xndy W ilson .Xudrey Wintle Dave Woidc Bill NYU-ltllly Q- .1 HN tax I . 11 ,r, p. V Q 4 'rt 2.5! X -212,1 Q . 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Qi! 3 .N 95 C L b, Q ' i O 1' U 1 I Although the Panther football team finished with a four and six season re- eord-good for third plaee in the Greater Cleveland Conference -the season was a disappointing one, Coach Seymour said that this year was par- ticularly frustrating because of the many injuries. Dave Manello, Steve Marinkov, and Doug Leu were among the twenty-seven players who were on the injured list during part or all ofthe season. These injuries made it nearly impossible to "improve in unison." However. there is a bright side to everything. Because of the injuries. Coach Seymour said that he was able to play many members of the team, thus enabling them to gain valuable exper- ience. He also stated that he was opti- mistie about next year because of the experience the team will already have had, t 1 N Efilfllj 1 .1 V w ,- Right Suffering through a 4-6 season, this is about the only excitement fans saw in some of the games Key njuries Spell i appointment . l - : ,' ,. , ' 'iq J .' 'Y'?'. "5 ni. FW. ' 1 'Q "A ,J - . 47A fm im QT- A yn- Y lv 'K fm I 1 . my f -F -, 39 -"Q.,'1r. fit' Y' 1,-r' 5. h ,f , 5 as J J .1-1. pg - .1 ., , , ' 'i Nine ,,,, ' 992, N D -iw it A , ' - 'P' 4 ' S- L - I 1 , of pn . + .,,.gaQ5,g 7 2, - 924299, 2-FL, J 1 N " 5. ' , ,- .5 15 I ...ge -F. IL nr., in Q' 4? - ,A 43, gil. JL jg 5 i it - .I 62 li Q 'H' I ' ' t D - , ' X3 1 V C - ,P NA Y 1' 1 .Q ,V , I ' r ' ' ' f'a""": 'wait rf' T' "' 4 B01lJm Roux' Doug Leu, Fran 1-lfibar, Steve Marinkov, sic Grouclel, Brian Vehar, ave Mannello, Todd arnarfi, Nleke Drown Q 4 ' d3Lll'Y'lBTLxl'l, mir ixmpmnow gf Mimnuafdy, PM Pm+.mv,JQe.mirmm0:mhn nmcufchufk-Dursosiii-smiehq-rfeidif 4 " ' .1 Kevin Durst, Redon Jones, Row 3: Rick Sm-ith, Dwight Haney, -V-anJohnsong Joe-Musea1ello?J'oe'L'e11c'a'fS'klTRTCk'NT6ni'ai'rifI?m Speer, ' ' John McCoy, Butch Capass ' Rim 4:Gary Casto, John Hribzir, Al Peklay, Bob Bokar, Dave Skiljan, Tom Papalardo, Ylflike Yeckley, ' Jim Mitch, Chrim Bremenoulil Ron 55 Mike Whelan, Joe lafelice, Steve Knock, Tom Povlrk, Rick Rolke, Doug Cvrosel, Wally Skora, Ron Suponeie, Briun Smith, Ron 6. Dunne Calloway, Bob Cable, Doug Huflorcl, Daryl Lan man, Ken Yerman, Harry Yanchgr, Chris Hughes, John Bzirrm Paul Pcillunte, Ron 7: Dale Ehgelking, Jeff Hartman, Bill Roiwell, Ron Seymour, Chester Nolan, Art Bortnick, Bill Altamante, Pete Schwenke. Photography by Lulkart I , i Left' Assistant Conch Jelil' Hiirtmiin risks for some i help lirom the xpolters in thc prev box while -Kwik- lunl Couch Dztlc lfngclking xuricys the .iclion on the field ll' B Tap The Fuchd learn mx Fcslatic after Ll hard fought wm ugumat Mdplu Above The "F"on lhc players helmet! xlundx for Hforl, xxhlch they showed .xgdmsl Wnlloughby South Mike Hardy lakes 11 breather on thc sideline, ! s X if . X y ff' 'H r I ,Ri-I 5 1 " n 'K A" . N 4 lull l'.lSlCT lh.m Ll xpccdmg hulls! J Q 564: -A-'in v S N1 Jfkx. -, . yr- , Above. During FUL'lld'N 4-6 wcmun much prcuurc mn pu! an lhc plan' luckcr Lcl'z'EucI1d worm .mother fv pmmx Strong Defenso I 1 ., ' L-' V' K X"'l'l-gl 'qi'-JY'-i' - A 'pn - -og-'0'f.s.7 5 ., ' - - :sq I6 . A Diss- 5. N . S f 4, 597' -' 4' Q: ,,,.a"""?"" in. xvas Ho ' ' Q.. ' X 0 as' I 471. J .4 2,9 0 "" 0 JV vs. Brush, orqs lhat the Browns'Y'?'7 1 1 v ' og 5 :L A A- - ' '- , -I A W' Q 1 -Ju...4 ---- A--.... z . ..- -,.4-...V..- " '- '- r 9 . , Q .. - w -Q . v- -,N - ' X i If A15-N-1,-.ai so ' - -pf.-f 3 -' fp-,FJ ' '. -- ---- - - - - K -. f W.-were Y . - -Q . W-1 fr Y Q-. . v . ' - k , . X 5 " ., ' ' ws '- 3... ' Q l . A'l' A . -., Q, .,,' fu..- 1 .5 ,.1,., VW, 'f "A W H , . 125.5 .E ,. ,. '15 : 13 A - ,g an :iii '1 I "1 W 19- -.. A .- Hugging is an essential part of football, Highlight J V'S Season The .IV football team posted a 5-5 reeord under their head eoaeh, llale l-nglelv ing. The .IVE were beset with lnjurtes nll season and had a tnaxtntum ul only twenty-eight healthy players for most of their gamex, llouexer, the junior Pantherx were held together by a powerful defense which allowed only eughty-sux ptnntx lu be scored on it all year, The offense fell into a alump in the midele ol the seawrt, but managed to score IZO points. Below l,u15 Nteves and Stacy .lones take a break from the 'Nlud Bonl'- "lJon't let :ny nt tn me tm . s. 'nn-,, it . - S - - 1 - ,-j,f.' -4. gl " ' r . ' .65 J' 'YI I il 'x - fi-, .J l ' .-Q71 - ' 'P s U . . J , - L. -Y' x - ' " .-'55-'J Q! , 1- ji- "'- 1 , - . . , an T - .rg ' ' - T -as . . ' - 1, Q ,A I . Q A ' A . - .,. slr -.rxpw 1 . ' -. A'lt . I 5 - v I ,J 5 Il ,A 'lf ' t I . "rl 4. ' 'T 82"W,1-T' 3 : 1.1014 574:11-q,.1fi. "'r'gg--tj ,. , I t , 1 , ' , , 1 rg 9 ' 'V A-B9 t l v I ll .' - ' ' ,' ff! 11- A .42 ' . ' ' T , f I 1 ,.,, Yr A X I l x - A T ' in .,.- ' -Q. rw- f 1 '-W e Bottom Row:Stacy Jones, Dave Rojeck. Pat Delaney, Bob Rinderle, Ketth Mahovlte, Pat lxehn. larry longxtreth, Tony loxkey Row 2:John Minisalle. Dennts Merck, Vie Marttn, George Capliek, Make S7l11LlI1I.l,,lLlClK Rteh.1rdson,C'r.1tg lryman. Rusk 3-qhafer, Jeff Barnard. Ron 3gChl-ig Hughes, Greg A, Fondran, Frank Bauek, l uns Ntevex, .lohn Barndt, Scott Sanford, Xltke luxman, Stan Barnard, Gcddy Jakabauskus, Larry Rowland, Tom Deason. We Finall Beat St. Joe's 4.n-f-ug-- 5 .asn,n3--yay l"s'1l?v'-.S 'iifsxtfleq'-Af '- Qll iii' -'lhlllki TYQHI .W iilili Viv ,viii ""g1llh 'Q ,- Nt' ', , u . fif?'l': ,-6 gui ii ,535 -rap' 4, ir 3 Q A r.:i I i' 1 lllil ,2'i,Q "- to ' ti' xg ,... 1 .. iff: ,..5g Tv ' '.,- fjrfgi I ' Q A: I . 1.- . 'J g li . 'v is 'Y 5. av-nvu-1.-an-A.. I ... I , V if --Q - . ,. -.I, '--1Q.-.u. , - L.--1 -. -.s.,,-mei. 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The Varsity Soccer team, with an impressive crew of seniors. had their best season in years. The highlight of the season was their first victory ever against St. Jo- sephs After massacring West Geauga 5-2, they finally bowed out of the state tournament when they were nar- rowly defeated, 2-l, in a grueling match against Gil- mour. The team ended the season with an overall record of ll-3. The team showed exceptional skill on the field, and outstanding players who contributed to the team's suc- cess included Zdenko Novkovic, Phil Pallante, John Turcinov, who was named to the lst Team, All GCC, and Sean McCluskey. who made the 2nd Team, All GCC. Nick Spiranovich was most the Most Valuable Player in the GCC. Team awards went to Mike Durbin for Outstanding Hustle. Nick Spiranovich for Most Valuable Offense. and Phil Pallante for Most Valuable Defense. All GCC, lst Team player. Zdenko Novkovic won the Most Valuable Player Award. Zdenko Novkovic entertains for teammates with a show of his agility. i s 'il -Jw' xt r " in 1 :Ch " lt N Q... 1 i'si 'L Y ,gg ik, !"b ac. 5 if At Something fs. St .R ki 'rf , I ' ' 1 WQKV if 'U' --els if epvmge-ft f 3 N1 v QQ, 1 A x ' We T all I R .I bl' Even soccer matches have their dull moments, JV's Finish 5-2-2 The .l.V, Soccer team had yet another great season. Starting strong and linishing even stronger, the team compiled an over- all record of 5-2-2. This record was good enough for second place in the GCC. Coach Hamovec was impressed with the dedication and combined team effort. .l.V. SOCCER TEAN1 Isl row: Mark Wardeiner, Tom Powell, Tom Carlson, 2nd row, Nick DiTirro. Valdi Cervar, Sal Midolo, Tony Furlan, John Kaste- lic. Jrd rowxjay Jesberger, Dave Woide, Mike Ren- dina, Don Novatny. -lth row: Dan Stevens, Milton Lau, Justin Hornung, Dave Leonhardt, Tom Velkos, Tom Birnich. JV SOCCER EUCLID OPPONENT 3 Lake Catholic I O Brush 3 3 North 3 3 Mayfield 2 2 Mentor I I Brush 3 I North O I Mentor I 3 Mayfield I Season Recordz Won 5 Lost 2 Tied Z VA RSITYSOCCER TEAM lx'neeling:Stan Raguz. Mare Garland, Sean McCIusky, Zdenko Novkovic, Phil Perdan, Vlatko Oroz, Mike Paparizos. Jose Lima. Slanding:Trainer Diane Snook. Phil Pallante. Nick Spiranovitch, Bill Papouras, Dave McCarthy, John Turcinov, Lou Bartulovic, Mike Durbin, Man- ager Brian Oberle, VA RSITY SOCCER EUCLID OPPON EN T 6 West Geauga 0 2 Lake Catholic I 2 Brush 3 3 Willoughby South I 3 Eastlake North O 5 Mayfield 2 Z Mentor I 4 Brush I 4 Willoughby South 3 3 Eastlake North 4 6 Maylield 0 3 Mentor I Z St, Joseph 0 TOURNAMENT 5 West Geauga I Gilmour Season Record. Won IZ lost 3 'xi I 3,1 'W F 'a O" f?"?5 a 2:1 Fil- A. ,' f , if-4, . We ' - ,, 5' cf F51 . . , 3' .1 Q W Ty QM , og 1 xc 'QIY' --,-.gn?g.um.Z?'. v'r'4gi'.s.JL. .30 lk gs ' 'r L' 'Lib Q. I sw-1g 3Ff 1 fh 1 if .N Ewa. ef- J' i i A Champion hip Round 1 1 i 1 rf' in in- -x"'f's I 4 A I ' ' cr ' , l . , , . 1 4 at ...ol ,, k it ,ti sig lf, .1x,A" ,J 4 ' H. F':'f'.-ffm, . I Q .I N nnutiqlc. 1.3 til N -ta. :H - zu.,1'i',"1+i.-v.-A,'f5w- t. . Mau.: I . w NAS fc' .A STE VM: fli X , V 1-"Q 512' . '- ' i 3-so-1., ,,.,,, 1. . st.: - lk-..-. t 1 3 " fi 'i ' Q 1 -,tt -si?-gf Quo 5..1g,M M. I 'T s 'Q,1'1?,?f,f1' ings. - 1:15 t- Lfffig " ww.-,Q b.s...sot,,,cfX.-fm-, , -. . 'sv r , - . .. .M V, ,Q ,, ,c N.--N-,. , ,,.., . , V .t .,-9. ,,,.. L .. - f-'QVLRLL' wp s.-1 -.sq,x'NxZ' ':s+: 1 -4.4 L- S+- .vs 4 , ' , xofmsss, X -.mo .x'fs,sesgisL,c4.c' mf.ca.-,-:At.s.ga2,--,A.L-...- ., With feet apurl, head down, und left arm straightg Chuck Gole demonstrates superb golfing form, Why did the goll te.im lime such ii good se:1son""Vl'eli.idliveguysuliociiultl play very vnell tor gi high selioiil le.imf' .in- sxxered C ouch Ruicexicli 'lliese pluyers could shoot -ill or better 4' The best meet tor these li.irdAuorl-ting men wus git Nlentor, Rgiicexich stiid th.it they beut Vlentor on their min course. something they hud never done betore Doug Drobnick und .lim lfdcr had purtieu' lurly low scores :it this meet. The worst meet wus uggiinst Nluyliieldt The team uns literally torn upurt on the course. Ruicevich concluded. "ll'you huve fl 12-I record in one season und you win u Championship, it gives 11 feeling ol' pride and accomplishment that is tough to match." Lett, GOLF TFA 'll Bonom Ron Jett' .l.triise.ilx. Duvc Bennet Ron I Couch Ruicexich. tegim euptuin Doug Drobnick, ,lim Eder. Chuck Golc, ,loc Porten. Tom Porten Absent, Jim Broun o--u Above I1 3 JI! in zhegrip The slcudy putting ot' Doug Drobniek led the golf tcgim to the most sueecsstul season in its history und ti GCC chuiiipionship U6 ., .,Y-1,,..T.,.--rf W. Cross Countr Team Post BOYS'CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Kneell'ng.'La1nCe Haverlock, J.P. Walters. Tom Jakovlic, Sieve Fleck, Mike Colo, Dave Woodruff. Stg1ndlng:Gary Buck, Justin Hornung, Chuck Pelraska, Frank Walters, John Oshablovlen Steve Kato, Carl Mews, Chuck Zcle, Scott Theodore, Curt Rasmussen, John Blevins, John Leyda, Don Por7 Sandy Ukmar speeds toward the finish line, perry jordan' Coach Halbedelb k.fi-- ,,.. . .. ,,.--- A ., :W S wk, 55,11 4 i , ia g "',.,-ff 1 J , - '- ii? ss? 3 ' ' ,JJ 7 l XS- VQMIJJV, 'F' fr F ,Aw . .v 'wi-x. - ea , . 1 ig",.'4J.'fMNT -gk . " " ' , .,'.x- ' .LUX ' ac. ,. - ' , ' '-'S' L""'. '-...-.- 'iqf' 3.3 - ," 'J-332.5 I. '- N- 1-'E-I ' V r 'zu . ' L r Q. I., S, 7' , , . Y V Q, ' Y- M -5 .Lx In F-- if Q 'lv XSL ,ix fc 'V l-vlii,5 'Q "' su L ,C 5 x l 5 N ,QQ .. WELS 'fl' Si: ' 1 AS csv V C Er: F- N' 'Wee' '. A' ,,, 'r 3 ' "H if VH. - H 3359.7-,g,,!. . 45:5-i h, -I - G WLS , , - ,-Q' E 1 - a ' J 5 Cosa ss Xi X as 'xx il' LL, -4 . .pe . J' 5 'vac Lfo ti GIRLS Yer 4-, an 'il ER 1571- ..-, V f ' u...- GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Kneeling: Kathie Brown, Meg McLaughlin, Jeanine Swoboda Standing: Coach Saywell, Sandy Ukmar, Diane Rolik, Cindy Parker, Kate McLaughlin, Absent: Lynda Lucas, Diana Mackell, inning Season Bulb thc Huw- .md fur!! frrrw Cxuunlry lcnms had xl1guuwI'l1l Ncgrwm Thc girls f'iVlINhCd xxixh Ll 3-I dun! mum murk :md 41 numbcr nl'ruspuul.1blu Im- ishcs in invilzrlionul much. lcd by Nun' ior Stcvc Huck, thu bop plgruud lhrrd rn thc GCC' with am over-ull mrrrk uf 6-1 Flock xwnl on to plncu lxlh rn thc Nlgrlu mcct, posting ll limu uf ljibzfj. uhrch bcttcrcd by xix xccunds thc Qld whrml record net by Slcvc lust ycgrr. Bclrm ,1nd1hu,L'rcuH' P.1l'lu!xlP1clrmkuI rum CULLFIIFF runmng IN mul EICIIHIQ lnmmplcmi .11 thu slnrl v 1 ka-A. f- N , J T y 'Y r:. kg 4 y S in ilu 1 .xx A BCLIJ' -i , . : x I P F 44 iufli X I Q- f - UIQ: X I pr vi N -8:3 ' if Q- -4, 1 .1 J.,-.o ' 4 K , ,, -I -- 'f . ' ' ' . -I f -' L 'V , Y 1 I P V X 'I V A ' . rf 5 ' V 4' I 5 ,Y ' :E . IQ 2- 7 b . 5 - 1 X: e " I 'iff Q ,N ' A' . Q ' ' f 1 rf,,uey-" -,f ' -. L., -- .--1 U-'L-t 'V A 1 'ua--1. an 1 '- w s. - The Girls' Tennis Teuni suffered tt disappointing seuson, finishing with gi record of 6 wins und H losses. Despite the season results, the teuni showed remiirkuble talent on the court, Bethany Hook. Judy Must. und Denise McGill were among the best singles players, while doubles .ludy Krne und Linda Cramer finished with gt l0--1 reeord. the best of the season, Below Beth Hook sind Denise N1eCiill score 1 xietory lifter u h.ird nniteh, 'Q irl ' ennis gg " N' 'W P Qi! Q' 1-'5-L 'e' Q . :V 0 ?""'N-Q-1 Linda Lewin readies herself for the shot. 1 5-f. I f I P 3 :'-ei' , ' sf-s - a , 4 ... es. , Q fi Q.. ,. X-I 7, .gp-", . -ln! -'J' inishes 6- N-.' A. V -- ll W ' " g .L 1. My ' 'K gl' V? f- W. MQ 1' , . . 13' - 'Wifi wr 4 Af 'A A - 4' 1 .J , C' hw.. S0 gg ..,qao.n-uvo- I ..., J. ' ogqq,. GIRLS TIFMNIS Tl ".- 1 W Ix'ncclmg'l.mduC'r11mcr..Iudy N1.ul,Hclh.1n3. Hook, .ludnlh A krnc, Suu lmudwn, Suu Ccrmuk, Dcmsc Nlcfinll Smmhng Cmgh Dycrowlcz, .lcnmfcr .l.1rmcuk. lmdza lcwm, Suellyn Mooney, Beth CI1rmcn,HiIIary Hook, Sue Paul, A snmnhnng acru The l980 Girls' Volleyball team fin- ished their season with a 4-12 record, which did not reflect the ability of the team. Miss Buck, who has been coaching for seven years, said, "The girls were one of the most talented and cooperative teams which l have ever coached." The team's victories against Mayfield, Cleveland Heights, Maple and Brush were lead by the cheering of a strong bench. The volleyball team defeated Conneaut High but lost to their rival Mentor in the tournaments. Miss Paderewski, the Junior Varsity coach was a new face at Euclid but was not new to the sport, She played for Kent State for four years and coached for Lake Erie College before coming to Euclid. The team's 8-8 record shows Miss P. 's coach- ing abilities and the teamwork of the girls. Below, right: "Go J.V,s!" Cheers Varsity as they watch the game. Below: VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM Row I: Chrissy Ryder, Janene Selway, Lisa Son, Lucy La- Valley. Row 2: Karen Gordon, Beth Franko. Kathy Ryder, Carolyn Rossman, Janet Struna. Standing: Donna Zak, Karen Vulich, Mary Stragisher, Lisa Berardinelle, Kim Lorber, Linda Lawence. Var ity Volleyball l i-6 f f ,f x F I Finislws 4-12 as ... U ' v j ... 91 .a 5 Q . I 5 : f H' ' '- ' 171 2 1 1 '51 I, Sanuk! 5c"ff'd f Nt 4 P' glucfdd , -'QM ,fell "f6" ufidtwfa TE S Abuve:M:1ry Strugisher sets the ball for Euclid .15 they plat .1 game against Brush. Lell, Bo1tum'JV VOLLEYBALI, TEAN1 Row l Betsy Wnnderxle- ben, Kurmen Kelly, Wendy Potokttr, .lettn Sttutge, Sue Suponcte Middle:Cris Konchun, Ninn Mtttie, Lisa Clqrk, Tmh Prml, T.tmm5 Chapman. Slilfldlftg. Couch Mass Pnderetukt, XX emit Burn, Ctndy Green, Bttrb Zupttncic, Sue f'ed.tkmukt, Hetdt locke, karen lock- hart. XA i + + X' KK Xi ...a Q4 -nl as A ' . ,....... 5- 1 I ,i-4-ff Qin ,I A P If ' .5-'P--Q"3 lv., DT 3,1 Q .5 4 1 U """Vln. . .q. " " :avi-1 13221 .--.wi 'c 4' -. ' I ..P" VA RSITY VUl.I. IEYHA I.I. EUCLID 0Pl'0N1'.1N'1' 15,15 Cleveland Heights 2,13 4.4 Lake Catholic 15,15 15,15 Maple Heights 12,11 5,7 Willoughby South 15,15 9.15.7 Bedford l5.l2,15 1l.15,12 Brush l5,7,I5 16,15 Mayfield 14,1 8,14 Eastlake North 15,16 12,12 Mentor 15,15 15.7.11 Maple Heights 7,1 5,15 12,1 Willoughby South 15,15 14,11 Bedford 16,15 14,15,15 Brush l6,13,6 3,15,15 Mayfield 15.12.15 4,7 Eastlake North 15,15 12,9 Mentor 15,15 Tournament 15,15 Conneaut 6,8 5,6 Mentor 15,15 SEASON RECORD: 4-12 JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL EUCLID OPPONENT 12,2 Cleveland Heights 15.15 7.15,10 Lake Catholic 15,l2,15 15,15 Maple Heights 10.12 15,15 Willoughby South 10,4 15,15 Bedford 12,1 15,15 Brush 4.4 15,15 Mayfield 11,12 15,14,9 Eastlake North 3.16.15 3,9 Mentor 15,15 13.15.15 Maple Heights 15,12,6 9.15.10 Willoughby South 15.13.15 15,15 Bedford 6,8 15,15 Brush 4,2 12,14 Mayfield 15.16 11,13 Eastlake North 15,15 15,12,6 Mentor 3.15.15 SEASON RECORD: 8-8 Left: .lean Savage wonders who put the bubblegum on the volleyball. Below, left: During a practice session before the game. Janene Selway perfects her technique. As trite as it might sound, this year's basketball season certainly had its ups and downs. The team ended the season at .500 and mired somewhere in the middle of the GCC standings. Howev- er, among those lackluster statistics are the memories of sparkling perfor- mances, especially the two games against GCC powerhouse Mayfield. The Panthers took Mayfield in the first game by a score of 80-76, but dropped the second game-a seesaw affair played at Mayfield-by the score of 59- 57. Rick Neiman and Gary Brown served as co-captains of this year's team. Scoring punch and rebounding power were added by Deon Lanier, Alex Brown, Doug Grosel, and Mark Miklos. Bruce Benedict, Paul Atkins, Bill Mauser, Brian Matthews, and Rick Mihelich turned in fine substitute per- formances all season. Right: Deon Lanier battles for the ball against Mayfield in one of the season's most exciting games. Right: The scoreboard tells the tale of a Euclid victory over Mentor. Flashes Of Brillianceg Stretches O Gloom t W MLM . , -i. 1 ' V , lct H ,U 'gg s ufkh . 'j .V sg!!-I fx: i 4 " J i ' fx ,J ' QAXXCLI tint, ,MQ A if ,, g , , A lklt l A . Pi , .- ' ' 1 5 - R 57" H fi J' fx 32, v , vi 8 ig' 5 S if' gm, , rbi? ' E vw, 3' W E f' t .. .. 'l ' , -' I.s-f- s.- f 'V Q '0, JL' Q M' . fvi .73 3 I - lc v F? Q" M-fm' '. Q ' K' Z ree, I 'iii Ai ft' i. " " r '3il. ' K.. K' '- 5 .'-3:92. K- ' '-1, r 4 is - ,Q 'i ,Q I l X nn K 'X .AF X me-:A V M, J , 1, 'l gb v K D ,H st x, N V , . ' C , -, .sl 's J . 'V 'ir' Y 1 I ' ' , A I 4 l 'Q e-fa' 'Qt ' , ,. - 1 : "v, 4 1 h l-'ff A V e-- Lcf1.'VARSlTY BASKf'TBAl,l. TffANl Hnlloni Row:Tcssie Dudek, Beth finite, Dina Nfassaru, But Finke, Patty Hill, Sue llromyltti Row. 2 Alu Brown, Gary Brown, Murk Miklos, Bill Mauser, Paul Ad- kins. Row 3: Deon I.anicr, Rick Mihelxch, Bruin Matthews, Rick Neiman, Doug Grusel, Bruce Benc- dict, Coach Daugherty, Below, far leltx Mark Mil-tlos isn't intimidated by the defensive pressure of Mayfield. Below, left: The pause that refreshes! Team co-cap- tain Rick Neiman gets a grip on his concentration before a foul shot against Brush. VARSITY BASKETBALL EUCLID OPPONENT 44 Geneva 54 67 Cleveland Heights 77 51 Mentor 58 80 Mayfield 76 62 Brush 45 58 Willoughby South 73 58 Eastlake North 62 63 Upper Arlington 76 63 Bedford 42 46 Maple Heights 44 70 Madison 56 74 Mentor 68 44 Boardman 56 57 Mayfield 59 63 Brush 57 62 Wickliffe 50 65 Willoughby South 67 49 Eastlake North 62 'W Bedford 52 ob Maple Heights SI Tournament 69 Chardon 62 52 Mayfield 63 Season Record: l I-l l Lef1fA hustlirig offense by Rick Neiman 13-it, Alex Brown 1443, and Mark Miklos ll-ll led the Panthers to a victory in their first game against Mentor S Right Deon Lanier was rewarded for his consistent scoring and rebounding by being named to the Plain De.1ler Dream Team. Below' Rick Neiman 13-ll, Alex Brown l-1-1J,und Gary Brown 1323 get a chance to catch their breath against Mentor. l 4 Q53 X , Deon Lanier shows his STUFF, i :QM is ? .gv J '-X M -Za:-,Q-.'4J' . ' QA 4 x x l MayfieId's defense arrives a little too late to prevent Gary Brown from sinking one. at as 1 L, f ,aj -sv x -Ji lf.. 'vvwu g Ffa' Girl Fini h he 1-sg, ,..+Q iv ' " I4 ----v-- If - 4 N... if Q Jf-"" Above:One reason for the girls' success this year was their teamwork, which helped them box in opponents' offenses, Right GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Bottom Row: Lisa Penny, Patty Young, Carol Camp- bell, Marcia Schutty, Kathy Brown. Row 2: Tracy Fioelli, Lucy LaValley, Marybelh Stragisher, Meg McLaughlin, Karen Walsh, Jifo , I 1 C? Flip Side f .500 Oofl Now I know what it feels like to be run over by ii Mack truck! V., :-YAS- X " -f -1- u V- 1 , in l-s- x.,1 bf? 1"v Yflil "1-.1'.'..w wg- - -. ,A Meg McLaughlin's shooting form against Wil- loughby South shows why she was one of the tcum's leading scorers, O.l'i,. girls Time for a jump ball This year's Girls' lvi1l'SI.I'l Basketball Team finished their season one short ol- the .500 mark. Their success was the result of good coaching. hard work, and strong team spirit. Seniors xx ho played forthe last time in a EHS uniform were Carol Campbell. Tracy Fiorelli, Meg McLaughlin, Lisa Penny, Nlarybeth Stragisher. and Karen W'Lllsl'l.-l-l1ClCL1d- ing scorers for the season were Xleg McLaughlin and Lucy l.aYalley, Nlar- ybeth Stravisher nas the leading rc- bounder. C' Q The JV s A Stud n Contrasts The boys' 1980-1981 JV basketball team suffered a frustrating season. De- spite the high-scoring efforts of Keith Mahovlic, Dean Pate, and Bill Brown, the .IV's efforts were futile. Bad breaks, close calls, and bouts with the flu pla- gued the team all season. After a dismal 0-5 start, the JV's won two in a row, which turned out to be their longest winning streak of the sea- son. The dismal season was epitomized by a double overtime loss to Eastlake North. 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XJ Sophomore Sue Suponcic leads the parade up the court. She was an important part of the girls' fast break game. GIRLS JV BASKETBALL EUCLID OPPONENTS 43 Wickliffe 18 27 Riverside 12 42 Maple Heights 25 30 Mentor 19 60 Geneva l0 36 Mayfield 27 23 Brush 17 42 Willoughby South 17 22 Lakewood 28 17 I Eastlake North 42 30 Bedford 33 24 Maple Heights 27 34 Mentor 31 29 Mayfield 23 l7 Brush 18 29 West Geauga 32 37 Willoughby South 25 15 Eastlake North 34 38 Bedford 26 Season Record I3-7 sX2 4-- 0 N 40 -T14 f' 52 ' egllh l 9, S0 Linda La Valley 1522 lakes the ball offlhc lingerllps of her Brush rival. The girls' rebounding strength broke down after Christmas, causing them to drop four games in a row, Charlene DiFonzo, a first-year coach, led the girls' JV basketball team to a suc- cessful 13-7 season. The quickness of the team dominated its opponents. Sue Drien- ka's shooting ability was supplemented by the fast break of Sue Suponcic and Patrice Ware. The experience of four returning juniors: Joan lafigliola, Donna' Reidel. Tracy Halmes, and Michele McKnight, also added to the team's assests. The girls romped through their first eight games undefeated. They posted live impressive wins over conference rivals and three victories over independents River- side, Wickliffe and Geneva lthe highlight of the season, a 60-10 blowout in which everyone saw action. After returning from winter vacation. the girls dropped four games in a row. Reboundinganr the absence of it-was the fatal weakness. The remaining eight games saw five wins and three losses for the girls. GIRLS JV BASKETBALL TEAM Bultom Row' Michelle McKnight, Sue Suponcic. Lisa Rhone. Re- gina Stewart. Standing: Coach DiFon7o. Tracy Holmes, Joan lsligliola, Linda l.aV.1Ilej., Sue Drienka, Terri Nickel, Donna Riedel. Nur pIiClUl't,'d.' Patrice Ware, Passion Ware, Leslie Smith. PIBIT O ICE Although not xhe league championship team of the prcuous year. xhc 1080-Sl hockey team fin- mhcd lhe season .1 sxmner ' 1 HOCKEY TEAM Sc:tIcd.'Gordon Mcfzlncc, Chuck Pctraiska, Chris Knight, Tom inrlson, K hris Brumuninir, lim I4.i.ilimt-. lltilwlt.ii1.i'.1ul Standing.'Jim Slominski, Mike P:1r7iale, Scott Sanford, Steve M1ickanos,Tom Borthwick,C'o.it'l1 lliiiii-nt-t,Vii1tciit liurlt. X1.irlt Nliritli 1 .1 Wolons, Bill Banaszek. x t ,V Keep your eyes on the puck? The 1980-1981 Hockey Team posted a fine 11-9-2 record in its matches against powerhouses from the local area and from around the state. The team finished third in the Thornton Holiday Tournament in Shaker Heights and second in the Findlay 1 i .. -I Vince Burke practices his winning through I'l7lIVI7lI.d.lIli0Il exercises. Tournament, both held during thc Christmas break. Outstanding individ- ual players included Gordic McCancc. Bob Banasick, Bill Banaszck, Tom Borthwick. Chris Brcmenour, and Vince Burke. ft 1. Q5 - at f a 1, , r , HOCKEY TEAM EUCLID OPPONENT 3 Rocky River 2 3 Lakewood 0 2 St, Joseph 2 5 Cleveland Heights 4 8 Trinity 2 0 Padua 7 1 Kent Roosevelt 4 2 Centerville 1 3 Shaker Heights S 2 Findlay l 0 Toledo Waite 10 4 Toledo St. John 0 l North Olmsted 4 2 St. Ignatius 5 8 University School l 0 Kent Roosevelt 4 2 Padua 2 4 Trinity 2 7 University School 1 0 Shaker Heights 9 6 St. Joseph 4 0 St. Ignatius 6 Season Record: I 1-9-2 'I4 l-1-1 Right Euclid on the attaekl Although the wres tlers had plenty of enthusiasm, they came up oi the short end of the score in most of their match es, Below ' Nothing wrong with alittle hair-pulling af long as the ref isn'i looking. lf we don't make it as wrestlers. we can have L1 great career as u bowling btill, Wrestlmg Season. WRESTLING TEAM Bottom Rowr Scott Theodore. Mike Simpson, Dave Buclnar. Mike Redman. Row J:Garv Budnar, Joe Colo, Mike Whelan, .lim Rossi. John McCoy, Tim D'Anna. Row 3: Mary Richardson. Justin Hornung. Jim Gordon, Steve KHHCR. Bill PHPOUYHS- LOU Capasso, Ron Rich. Mike Brown. A Long Agony Defeat ,A . Ifbih V Say uncle or l'll pul your hcnd rlghl through thc mal! xvhdldf7.lIf'IIT1lhCI1ULh' Rlghl Puclxdk xxrmllurr. uwru pu ,hurl md Tuuui .xruund lhrwugh mml ul Ilvurr Q-:Xrwvr Although an luck ulx depth un thc mr- ioua xxcighl clusxcx mudc for unc of thc most dimalrow. xsrcxlhng Ncgrwnx IH yc11rs,lhc IQJHH-IQNI Imm hmxtcd .mc of' Ihc lkincxl urcxllcrx In cxcr ucdr .1 Euclid uniform. Scmor co-c.1pl.un llmc Budnur dcmohxhud .1 xlrmg ul' mumly opponcnls prcpdrirrg for thu chdllcrngu of thc xlulc ch.1mpinmhnpx I7.ucK second plglcc Hmxh In thc NIAIC lourmmcnl hclpcd In h.d.mcc mul Lhc dixgxppuknlmcmx ul' thu wxwrl HQ 46 e' X li aa U ,Z Above: With the deck crowded with swimmers, timers, officials, and coaches, a relay race at a swim meet might seem totally chaotic to a first- time observer, Right BOYS SWIM TEAM Bottom Row: Dave Hanson. Dennis Dickard, Rob Horn, Warren Schneider, Jeff Hogan, Jeff Jaroscak, Boris De- Granda. Row 2: Mark Francetic, Darrin Wagner, Tom Coyne, Scott Gundling, Paul Glaser, Paul Rossmann, Todd Dicl-card. Row 3: Kevin Meaney, Doug Springer, Eric Zebold, Dan Green, Dave Fedakowski, Adam Race, John Theodosion, Scott Clines. Not Pictured: Tom Mullen, Eric Wuehter, Tom Powell, Phil Gron. JG il J" J ,, ' v v Slow Startg a t ini h .v"' n"' l l l ali' I I t :iii ? .ng-lv' W--'-af ww "Ui .I --sg .- The swim team had a rough start to its season, winning only one of its first five meets. After that, thc team became ai con- sistent winner. Outstanding swimmers in- cluded co-captains Eric Zebold and Jeff Jaroscak. The diving crew ol Jeff Hogan and Kevin Meaney added great strength to the diving unit. Euclid divers Jeff Hogan and Kevin Meaney showed a steady improvement all season. l Perhaps the team mascot put at jinx on the Panthers rather than the opposition in the beginning of the season? Happiness is a warm summing poolf Swim team members showed their dedication through their at- tendance at morning workouts. which started at 7:30 A.M. 43 Led by tri-captains Anne Cerer, Barb Starr, and Jill Mast, the Girls' Swimming and Diving Team won their first GCC championship. A near-perfect season was climaxed by successful conference, dis- trict, and state meets. The dual meet record was the best that the team has ever achieved. Included in this outstanding effort was a new pool record in the 100 yard backstroke set by Jo Ann Zele. Below: Dedicated practice and fine individual efforts by all the members helped the girl swimmers to get the jump on the opposition all year. 9 a GIRLS SWIM TEAM EUCLID OPPONENT 120 Solon ' 45 103 Rocky River 68 96 Cleveland Heights 76 91 Kent Roosevelt 81 111 Parma 57 104 Bedford 68 108 Brush 64 121 Maple Heights 50 39 Lakewood 44 117 Mayfield 55 91 Orange 79 Season Record: 10-1 -F , ..'v" vw ,. g- S f- xff! -W 'Y 'Emma . is, g-.Xi 3 K X 1- Sig Q G 3 Q. ,Q ' A ' if L" SN 5- 93. f ,I ' -B. ui' . X ' 4 'J x lv' A Q.. l -fc i i Nothing brings smiles faster than a superb season record. .I I Ilfig AKE WAV ' THE GCC O ,U-4" 1 Q vc-.sit Q.' ag' , - I VJ. ,. .4555 . .?'1Ri'9x -B Sophomore Jo Ann Zele won a swimmer-of-the weqk award from the Plain Dealer for her out- standing .performances throughout the year. GIRLS' SWIM TEAM Botlom Rou: Janet Smith. Beth Carmen, Dawn Schmeling, Jo Ann Zele, Jean Savage, Corinne Dular, Karen Schulz, Kim Conroy. 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Q- , 'Q -5713. x x .W X-M X BIIS1' t 5 Tl1cI9S0-1981 xchoolycztrltronpltllltulwytrutttrtyolnNolultonto thc prcssing problem ol ducrutwd school t-nrollmt-nt lhu lntlnl School Bo1trd,1tlong with Dr, llt1x.tI'llx, yontt-rnwl l ntlnl Ltttfum, purcnts,tc1tchcrs,nnd llKlll1ll1lSll'2llHl'N, xtrtrtutl lo rum,-. thu unroll- mcnt trends ol rcvious wars to trx to nrmdmt tho qt sro--.nnntu I I 7 A I Pl enrollment strc tn thc coming yours. lwcn lltouglt at nm only tht- lurxt year lor this group, many ldcnx ztnd poxsiblc plnnx worm Cllllwlfllklffl for rcor ztnixution in thc l9X0's to rc ztrc lor wrowcr llllllltllltlll ol thc secondary school buildings ID thc lzucltd xyxtcnt. Below, lilICl,llJ Bc,.ARlJc,l"l:Ijllc1A'l-lclx.SUJICU Nlr lowph Xl Sumcror, Xlr. Mary K King, prcstdcnlg Mr Wgtltcr 'N Schwuglcr, vxuc-prcxttlcnt ,S'l.tnd1nt' Nlrw Shirley M. Nurml, Mr Donald D Smith X -E-T!1f- -Y V171 FA .r,,,. 'nt ,-if 2? ' E V-,I 'l' l, 41 l, l' 'I ' 1 H VJ' K 49 " , . ,E , ' ' , ' . lt , " ,. ' sh l ', l t . , N. 6 ' l 2 I ln 1 'H R'f Smcc luturc prolcctcd cnrollmt-nt lmuru xlttm .1vgrntxtnnzdt-tlmt' NMR" ' 4' Ifrncst llumrtk ts prcpnrtntg lor tht' .".ll'x ltttwltx rt'xtt'o.ny lh.' HIV' "N ""' x l 1- 'Q L. whool xxxtum Day With le Right: Dr. Bergem Ends time to chat with a group of students during one of the lunch periods. Right: If you ever look for Dr. Bergem in his office, this is what you will probably find since he is usually attending meetings, sitting in on classes, or roaming around the building talking with students. As principal of Euclid High School, Dr. Jerry Bergem leads a very hectic daily rou- tine, yet he always can be found sometime during the day smiling in the hallway and talking with students as they are changing classes. The class of 1981 is the first graduating class Dr. Bergem has seen through all three years of high school since he began as principal in September 1978. Many changes occurred during Dr. Bergem's time as principal. For example, this year there was a new tardy rule, inspirational assemblies, and the new gate house in the student parking lot. This year also marks the last year for the smoking area. Dr. Bergem began with the Euclid School System in 1948 as a math and sci- ence teacher at Euclid Central. Outside of his day here at school he still finds time to pursue his hobbies - swimming, sailing, and skiing. He also said he likes music and playing Mr Fix - it by doing odd jobs around the house. Below, right: Dr. Bergem pulls the dollar for an ID trick on an unsuspecting student, Below, far right: Not only does Dr. Bergem find time to talk with the students, he also maintains good relations with the staff. . 4 W Y S ft ,BI J Iggy' 4 S X 'Er ' ' ,!'xy NT I H ,Q n . I j' X' 4.151 i mf' X 1 1 -. fih ae ff b ,' 'K X h x fm .tx L, X. PH fx -is eh Right' Dr. Bcrgcm poxcl. wllh umlsldnl prmu1p.xlx N1r Imnk Troglia and Mrs. Ruth Smnlh. Below: Hey, you In lhe back uflhc ClJh.S,'Sl,! up strgnuhl .md pm al!cnlion.'Sitling in on classes. unannounced, unc pf Dr Buf- gem's favorite pastimes, helps him kcc has h d h , p un ont c pulxc ul' the school. -.I , I - --, X3 5.4717 .awk Mr. Sawyer, Vocational Director, and Mr. Addis, Athletic Director, pose for the camera. - PN Directors - - and Unit rincipals 'ir 2 I!" Y9 5- - 2.1-:M 1' 471 t 1' -ess F4 El llth grade Unit Principal, Mr. McGuinness Island- As l2th grade Unit Principal. if Mr. MCClviCk'S ing! poses with English chairman. Mr. Antonini, smile won't win you over, his cannon will. Mr. Martin Retires After AN t - 39 Years In Education l' S v-I X..- nn Bs if -. Q in ..ti fe ff ,F X i , rip i' ,xx , f' , Lex . iff ,f An unruffled manner and an occasional cup of coffee helped Mr. Martin survive 39 years of high school teaching Mr. Donald Martin, Sophomore Unit Principal, retired at Christmas time this year, closing the book on a 39 year ca- reer in education, the last 18 of which he spent at Euclid High School as a counselor and a unit principal. Mr. Martin began his career in North Canton as a teacher and basket- ball coach. From there he moved to Painesville, where he coached both football and basketball. Many fine ath- letes passed before Mr, Martin in the 23 years he coached various sports, but the one that stood out in his memory the most was a boy from Painesville who played football for him in the late l940's. That boy's name was Don Shula, and he later went on to become the head football coach of the Balti- more Colts and the Miami Dolphins. Mr. Martin ended his coaching career here at Euclid leading the girls' varsity basketball team. Mr. Martin came to Euclid as a counselor 18 years ago, and after spending two decades here, is convinced that EHS has one of the finest staffs of any school. Although the decision to retire was a difficult one to make, Mr. Martin admitted that he is looking for- ward to spending time with his family and traveling. Mr. Martin was replaced by Mr. Robert Lombardo, former Eng- lish department chairman at Central Junior High. Counseling Staff In 1 fm Q 'lx ri' 765 T rip' l ,Y - ei, .,,xL ' l ns X 4 1' l - - 'V P ,". - I , w V A4 1 . C . , , , . -1.1, NN' 1 ' - ' s if-'f if 1 W v We . i -. 'f , MTS- Krup Drs Cfafy Mrs. Davis Miss Baraniuk Mr. Yocum Mr Cliffel -17 9, ,vs 921 gh C-D V 4 l 'Q ,U X sw-i ' ex N fi' 1 4' L ,. i ' 'sz " I Miss Modie, l2th grade counselor, tries out a new, sophisticated counseling technique on an unsuspecting Steve Knack. Peer Counseling Program Started This Year The purpose ofthe Peer Counseling Program is to allow students the oppor- tunity to talk with other students about their problems. "Some of them feel more comfortable talking to kids their own age. The feel less guilty. They think adults judge them." commented Mrs. Lynn Davis. llth grade counselor and sponsor ofthe program. She also stated that many students will learn to trust their counselors more after this exper- ienee. The students involved in the program are primarily the organizers ofthe pro- gram as well. They have worked with the Teen Institute, an organization that promotes the whole aspect of drug and alcohol information, Mrs. Davis de- scribed herself asjust an "organizer" in the Peer Counseling Program since the student volunteers involved do most ol' the selecting and interviewing. ' Among the positive effects of the program is the fact that 92 students signed up to work in Peer Counseling. Mrs. Davis considered this a very tltv or- able interest level. Another positive sign, according to Mrs. Davis, is the fact that more and more students seem to be conliiding in each other. While the student-peer counselors do not give spe- cilic advice, they do give inliormation. listen, and recommend to students that they continue the discussion ol' gi par- ticular problem with their counselor when necessary. Right: Megan McLaughlin was one of only SOO stu- dents nationwide to be named winners ofthe Nation- al Council ofTeachers of English Essz1yCompetition. She poses with Mr. Gerald Henderson, her llth grade English teacher, for whom she wrote her award-winning essay, Right, center: Robert Scott gets the specifics of his assignment from Mrs. Black for his Reading Review class. Above: Mrs. Severino has a sure-fire method to pre- vent students from goofing off in her classgshe feeds them to her fish, A botfelright: Seated: Mrs, .lane Barber, Miss Judith Carmody. Miss Sue Harris, Miss .lane Lellis, Mrs. Dolores Black, Mrs, Jan Severino, Mrs. Emily Gale, Standing: Mr, Justin Antonini, Mr. Stan Bender, Mr. Ken Lowe, Mrs. Barbara Ramlow, Mr, William Brown, Miss Barbara Spiga, Mr. Robert Petrovic, Mrs. Judy McLaughlin, Mr. Frank Mularo, Right: No one would dare come late to Mr, Mularo's class! Right, center: Miss Carmody leads her British litera- ture class in a discussion ofthe 19th century equiv- alent of Dallas- Wuthering Heights. i X Engli h Scores Buck ational Trend The English Department, the largest department at Euclid High, saw a few changes this year. A new, nine-week course, American Short Story, was ad- ded to the elective program, In addi- tion, a new textbook was purchased for use in American Literature classes. Department chairman Justin Anton- ini was happy with the results of Euclid students' scores on two national tests. On the verbal section of the S.A.T., taken by the class of 1980 during their senior year, Euclid students' scores average 59 points higher than the na- tional average and 28 points higher than the Ohio average. In addition, the results of the California Reading Test, given to all EHS students in Septem- ber, showed that sophomores, juniors, and seniors were reading more than one grade level above the national average. Mr. Antonini said that these scores cer- tainly indicated that Euclid students had sufficient reading skills. On the other hand, he felt that there was room for improvement in students' writing skills. One student who presently has out- standing writing skills, however, is sen- ior Megan McLaughlin. Megan was one of only 800 students nationwide to win a National Council of Teachers of English Award in an essay competition. Megan wrote her prize-winning essay as a junior for Mr. Henderson. i 1' 1 s. sw" ! , ' 1 l fe! A , ,ir f 1 2- l , , , FJ - i . - 'f f r ' T " fl I f . if aug. t 1 ' u f lg f ,ri ' ,Lo fits f T ' QL- I June... . ' .-' . ' Jlltnt-f lin- g X' "x--. Q M, v' r 1 ' s -P"' x t ' 2 . p l-,,- x -G' X "B-ue -5 , , 55 T --X, '+- s. 'l Tim D'Anna and Mike Whelan provide moral support as Steve Knack and Harry Yanchar apply some sutlc pressure to Mrs, Cowan bcforc she grades their essays in her College Composition class. ri U Rlghl'-l-l'llS is about the only time you won't see Dr. McNeilly sitting on his desk. Below: Mr. Weisenberg has published several historical articles including one that was printed in the best-selling Peoples Almanac. Ill X' ! I i , - -X Sl- L Left Seated: Mr. William Demora, Mr. Forrest Diehl, Mr. ,lim Englehart, Mr. David Schonauer. Mr. Leonard Weisenberg, Mrs. Mary Jagger, Mr. Jim Kelley. Standing: Mr. Michael Burns, Mr, Frank Holfert, Dr, Earl McNeilly, Mr Wayne Smith, Mr. Michael Raicevich. Mr. Rog- er Brown, Dr, Ronald Powaski, Mr. Jeff Hart- lTlLU'l. 44, Election Year With A Lesson 4..J 1 g Qhwv-X wmgs Pro ide Student n Social Studies I :LZ "1-A' ' T ' -Q .Lf 'I ln the Social Studies Department, there were no new courses offered lltts year However, several classes were taken on field tripsg Humanities and Non-Western Studies classes visited the Art Nluseunii American Government classes visited sev- eral places. depending on the teacher, Crime and Prisons visited the .lustice Cen- ter and a police station, and Death and Dying visited a funeral home, a cemetery, and a Crematorium. This year, in the Phase American Stud- ies program, several courses were dropped due to lack of interest. However, four classes survived, They are Crime and Pris- ons, Death and Dying, Marriage and the Family, and Contemporary America. These courses are taught during the sec- ond semester of the senior year, The ad- vantage of this program is that students can study these subjects with some degree of depth. ln addition. students are exposed to the style and methods of a different teacher. When asked if the average student ol today was as interested in government as the average student of ten years ago. Nlr, Hoffert. the department chairman said no because he felt that the average student of today is more cynical because American society today. in general, is more cynical. Left, center ,-Xs a member ofthe ffuclid City C oun- cil, Mr, DeX1ora .adds practical experience to the political theory he teaches to his Xnieriean Cioiern- ment students fell, below' Pucltd High doubled .is .i polling place on Noiember 4th .is fuclid citizens came to east their totes in the 10511 Presidential election To Student Problem Right Seated: Miss Margaret Uhry, Mr. Adam Paw- lowski, Mr. Richard Rose. Mrs. Jacqueline Toth. Standing: Mr. Paul Serra. Mr. Fred Sallach, Mr. Charles Reno, Mrs. Adona Miskinis, Mr. Richard Rackovan Mr. Carl Clements, Mr. Donald Rinkes. sq. 'rx ,,,..s.- 9 '-13: ai' G I , 547 N . 'N W.. 3 I ,IP is e ... at , I .-er, me J f ' s pt K a l A ' .. IQ.- 'i Tift-ge A' - ' si '5'i':Ti i ' I - .. . 1 Q i V 1' ., x . X Y X I v at , ,i lv X is X "' Right: Mr. Rose guards the entrance to his office. Right, center: Mr. Sallach and his students End ge- ometry very amusing. Right, below: For once Mr. Serra doesn't have his trusty yardstick in his hands. Addition, subtraction, cosines, and an- glesg these are just a few of the things that math students at Euclid High School work with and sweat over each day. There are math courses offered for every need and type of student. These range from remedi- al math courses in basic math skills to algebra, geometry, and calculus. Euclid even has courses in computer math and computer science for those wishing to fol- low these fields of study. This year Mrs. Miskinis joined the math department staff of the high school. Al- though no new textbooks were put into use, the 70W of the Euclid student body which is enrolled in a math course were doing their best to wear out the old ones. Mr. Carl Clements, math department chairman, believes that most of the stu- dents graduating from Euclid have the necessary basic math skills. Therefore, he thinks that minimum competency tests are not really neededg tests and daily work point out weaknesses that are reviewed and discussed by the class teacher. Mr. Clements believes that calculators can be a valuable tool to the student, and if used properly, can enhance the education- al process. To use a calculator, one must first have knowledge of the problem to be solved so that the calculator can be used most efficiently. --fu ll f bsfs. E llixx fl. ". I '-. 1' . ,. ' , ta s I li., ,a .'x'f Ngf' n-ini-1 Y. A lit i 3 ---sf 4- ,xg I 'bf ll ,ffl t i X A 3.01 I Science Dffers Something or ll Although there are no new additions to the teaching staff or curriculum of the Science Department, there are spe- cial programs which students don't know about. The Phase Science pro- gram is for those students who are not particularly interested in science but need a science credit in order to gra- duate. The Phase Science program has classes in Backpacking Biology, Envi- ronment, and Greenhouse. Euclid's Advanced Placement Pro- gram in science has been called the fin- est in the state, and one ol' the finest in the country. This program allows stu- dents to complete their final year in high school and also earn credits to- ward their first year ol' college. Stu- dents from Euclid compete well with other areas, and the results are out- standing. Field trips are offered in Biology ll and Backpacking classes, liiuliigy ll classes iittenil xi lecture series at lluron Road and l'uelitl fienerail llospiisils, Backpacking eliisses go on many walks, and outstanding Backpacking students attend a three- day trip to Pennsylva- nia. Q5 . ri .- .f' 1513. ' . . if f L Z' ' f' N l Above: And if you spin il fast enough. ,iou'll floal right up to the ceiling. Mr. Reno explains the prinei ple ofthe gyroscope to his physics class. Above, Ich: Mr. Gooding helps two ol' his sopho mores unlock the mysteries of biology 5 s... .- 41...- ' iw?-5 l Below, Ieli: Mr Sheldon Freedman, Nlr, Frank Sol 1a5'43' tesz, Mr. Donald Franeetic,N1rs.N1arilyn Lucas, Nlr Donald Steinbrink, Mr. William Starr, Nlr Stan Bender, Mr John Barcla, Nlr. Thomas Halbedel 4 New Chairman For . . Right Seated: Mr. John Germock, Mr. Embert Mar- tin, Mr. AI Galicki. Standing: Mr. Raymond Mon- tani, Mr. Ronald Chambers, Mr. Milt Kadlec, Mr. James Simpson, Mr. Richard Hungerford, Mr. Clif- ford Kirchner, Mr. James Goebel, Right: Kevin Kelly and Ricky Clark are about to get the presses rolling, Right, center: l sure wish l could figure this thing out. Right, belowxl think hejust nailed my lingers togeth- er! The Industrial Arts department, one of the strongest in the school, made no changes in personnel this year. However, Mr. Vollman, department chairman last year, left after 42 years of teaching and was replaced by Mr. Galicki. There were no new courses offered this year and no new equipment added in shop classes, al- though Mr. Galicki is hoping to have new equipment in the machine shop and in the graphic arts classes. When asked how many students took industrial arts courses, Mr. Galicki stated that a definite count could not be made at the time of this interview. Furthermore, the cost of materials in shop classes doesn't really pose a problem to industrial arts students because the cost depends on the project. 9 , fr, 'Nu Z- f. 'I I an Q '.u 1 -I ez Clffrf'-1 -r1i" Above: Up-to- date equipment and plenty of paper- work prepare business 'students for the real world ot' work. Lell Sealed: Carol Williams, Eleanor Wiegand. Ma- rie Harshman, Carolyn Wanderslcben, Toni Rash, Charlotte Bensusan. Standing: Thomas Davis, Jill Zimmerman. Ralph Sibert, Nancy Rutkowski. Mark Manburg, Gretchen Dean, tl. y .t4. .75 .-f 165 Art and usic The Art Department introduces stu- dents to many unique forms of art includ- ing sculpturing, weaving, and tie dying. Many different pieces ofstudent art are on exhibit throughout the year in the show- case by room 161. Q' -f Above: Mr, Sydow gets ready to strike up the band. Rightg Future composers are hard at work in one of EHS's classes. Through the Music Department, many students are allowed to develop and show their vocal and instrumental talents. This year Euclid held a Solo and Ensemble con- test which involved hundreds of students from around the Cleveland area. Mr. Sy- dow is the system- wide music coordinator and also the band director at EHS. Mr. Hutson takes care of the orchestra while Mr. Morgan is responsible for the choirs and the Varsity Chorale. 1- -if ut! --A t . t f r .if V r, t W . 3.5 - Q40 ' 73' 1' Q ' U no . , - U s . A s .0 ' U M . wg G 1' . ' i. 'sl ' 6' if f sl' .il A- - ,- --,H ,vt 3' -1 .- ,- rn nn n :r' rn -r U1 Q no :J rn rn -1 Ui U' P' 3' :J : m P '1 co n ca ns : Q- Z' 0 :r' m -1 Q. 'U no ,- .- o :J - 9 D 0 . X I Q Mr. Morgan takes a break. Mr. Hutson Eddles his time away. Foreign Languages: Smaller The sounds of far off lands are heard daily in Euclid High's foreign language classes. The students who take these courses not only learn a little about a foreign language and culture but also about our own language as well, Mrs. Baumeister, the head of the Foreign Language Department at EHS, said the department has declined in en- rollment since colleges have discontin- ued their foreign language require- ments and students do not seem to have the patience to learn a second language anymore. This year, a group of EHS students, enrolled in German classes, traveled to But Better l'urope where they spent ll weelt touring Germany, Austria. and Switzerland Some of the cities they stopped at were Innsbruck, Salzburg, Munich, and Yur- ich, Il K.. 5 -'1 , has How do you say I wan! a hamburger but hold the onions in French? l l . N, r ' I r - L. "Y" r ffm-Wi ' ' ' xi nr 'lf' " 1 , -fr ' Q f gl l iqad rw i , f ,151-Ira!-'K f f- lun-fr Q X.. fi 'T N - i , 4 "r-2 .1 I f .Nr far Left Foreign language teaehers ll-inna aumeister, Raymond leopoltl, Judith Sim-imeh, .intl Xhmed lel- lague left Beth eranier and ,ludx lxrnt .ict out their parts in .i play put an by the lreneh classes ibrar LIBRARY STAFF: Margaret Lucas, Kathleen Marsh. Mary Jane l-laverlock, and Margaret Tor' zewski. Tired of study hall? Then come to the library! The library has become an alter- native to study halls for many students. lts 30,000 volumes and numerous magazines can occupy any student's spare time or provide useful information for a history report. Besides being a resource for informa- tion, the library has become an entertain- ment center. During various periods dur- ing the day, a movie would be shown. These films ranged from comedy to seri- ous drama and were well-received by the student body. R1ght:Mrs. Haverlock collects fines from a couple of students Below. far right: We really dont want lo study, but they made us do it, Below, r1ght:A student tinds that listening to music in the AV Carrels makes studying easier, il' P TI .- QU ,Q C 1 2' ' X "ici - ' N - R 1 i e I I--.ligm fr a'i'f' 1 4 A, iff' ' ,Ns A itb.g rt. - 5 ,M F' 1 A x R ll ga il 0 Qt: llff' ss .ei l ,sit li -- Y , f A 4 i l -.4 ' Y f-fe1.g5,.Y:3 5-Ja' v Q-, if ,f-f' if' - 'N 40x U x gif-N H N . mama!! - X 'l -I 4. ' i gf eq, - l. I Q . ysical 1 Education PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Row I: Robert Ram- low, Hal Daugherty, Patricia Buck, Arlene Carter, Audrey Fox, Victor Resch. Row 2: Peter Schwenke, Joseph Rodriquez. iw -,.,4-s ill!! In N-X Physical Education students have their choice of a multitude of subjects to fulfill their physical education re- quirements. These courses include archery, badminton, basketball, canoe- ing, dancing, touch football, golf, ice skating, jogging, lifesaving, swimming, L.. .....-...W-,.., AQ., fl 3. fix Students practice first aid skills learned in their health class. Orienteering, physical fitness, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, volley- ball, weight training, and yoga. Hand- ball, which was offered last year, was dropped this year because of thc num- ber of accidents which occured. This year, the volleyball classes re- Viv' -Irvs .111 f ceived new equipment. In addition, the weight room received a new weight ma- chine. Physical Education department chairman Arlene Carter commented that she hopes to add more weight training equipment in the future. Special Education SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS: David Saywell, Barbara Gates, Wilma Carroll, Joyce Haffer, William Attamante, Home Art The Home Arts department offers gen- eral courses in clothing, cooking, and fam- ily livingg and a two-year vocational course in child care. In addition to teaching stu- dents howto fry an egg and repair a ripped pair of blue jeans, home arts classes study nutrition, menu planning, budget manage- ment, and fashion design. Below, right: Whoever said only girls can cook? Right: Mary Galloway and Wendy Stroud wonder what they have created this time besides a mess, Below, far right: HOME ARTS TEACHERS: Boz- lom Row Patricia Arko, Edna Noble. Standing .lan Carlson, Brenda Barker. -:xt V 5, -'PZ sf if 'S lla it ,. 'FP X, el J . pf 3 iii P :ggi l 4 .iff + fi li' i 5,39 l 'mis may . x- .-3 .-5. 1x ga v 5 r K-. x S w Lf A 4 f"""' HQ 'F' if .xl IF .-X x I T . 1 S 1 "' I'G21SU.I'GI' The job ol school treasurer is quite a hectic one, but Xlrs Barry has a firm grasp on the situation, A-. treasurer, she ls in charge ol' the collection ol' student fees at the beginning of the year. Throughout the year, she handles all ol' the QA accounts for the many different clubs and activities at l'u- L Clid High School. C w4, , J' Mrs. Btirry's face. A11- S 118: Euclid High School? or a new toll booth exit for the Ohio Turnpike? No, that isn't a toll booth in the picture above, but the new gate house outside the student parking lot. The gate house was con- structed to create greater control on traffic on the school grounds. Fur left Warren lobdel, chiel' ol' securitx, can quite olilen be found out at the new gate house lelt xlISdl.llCCl'lT1!x'l.lf1, lxurt llanliord, has the responsi- bility I'or .ill the audio-xistial .iitls .it I uclid High School Left: A balanced book at the end ol' ll long day always brings asnnlet-1 It takes a lot more to keep a modern high school going than just a principal, a couple of teachers, and a student or two, Serving behind the scenes is an army of support personnel: nurses, secretaries, cafeteria workers, custodial and mainten- ance men. Euclid High School is no excep- tion to this rule. The cafeteria, under the direction of dietitian Rebecca Burger- -new to EHS this year-served thou- sands of meals efficiently each month. The school's secretaries coped effectively with the mountain of forms needed to keep a two-thousand student school running smoothly. And the presence of the para- professionals in the halls during the school day was enough to insure that no students got lost while walking to their Sth period class. Right: Your hall pass or your life! Some students complained that the paraprofessionals could use a few lessons at the Amy Vanderbilt School of Charm, especially those students who were caught trying to smoke a quick cigarette in the bathrooms between classes, School nurse Mrs. Regina Fellman administers a blood pressure test to a stoic .lim Brown. Such tests were available to students free of charge throughout the year. Serving .yu 43155 K A X k X 1, I r 5 ,V : X - -yeh I 3 -N ,Llp fuk- . 1,1237 is .x---:iyul V f JJ., ez -5"""'-- 'X Sa .i M .X - U -. . 5 div X N I ,lla .t 'aff' 5? :i:3lv.x-.Qb- , , 'H .-D: xx. - Yay: 6337 ,Ax K gg 4.1, ,QQ , ' ' ' . ' 1 1 - X , Y-- . . -,1 1 , Finn- . Ki-:Qs M gs , - '- Z 'ff' .- ' " ' K f i -.' 5 ' . 4 vc. 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A-,,,e ..y"' Ahhh!.'.'I can't take the pressure anymore! . - , l ' ' 1 - ,. f ' 4 l - - - - "2 in . ffl I e t 'r A ' A - 'F , -.. 'ee' ,ll -I . N' W, ' Z 'iv """ -ft' . iff' . ' ' . ' .J - I A ,r , l I P I. lg I Hui lol. . - -mths? - Kimberly Ames Ann Anderson Tracey Anderson HARLAND ABRAHAM Basketball II1 Outdoor Trac KENNETH ADAMS MARY ALABLIRDA Hairy Powder Puff 12. PHILLIP ALBERT Phil JOHN ALLISON Not Pictured. k KIMBERLY AMES Klmba Basketball 10, Softball 103 Yearbook 10, 113 Pow- der Puff 12. ANN ANDERSON Swim Leader 11. TRACEY ANDERSON Football Aide 12g Spirits 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 123 Student Secretary IO, ll, 12. TF Harland Abraham I gi f ff 'ya' 1 T 1 ' 1 Qffafi f , ' 'ii ee A A 'A . A Mary Alaburda , xx :if-6' 'wg-T ' V'-I' Q Diane Kay Andrews DIANE ANDREWS Blnlly ls 5 , M li 9 I x ' N Kenneth Adams -R , 'Q ig.. 5 Phillip Albert Sr' Mike Andrews NHS 11, 123 Swim Leader 113 Concert Band 101 Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11, 12g Ad Club ll, 123 Wal Napolo 10, 11, 123 Student Secretary 11. MIKE ANDREWS Vocational Automotives 11, 12. s---- ' f 1 xxXx Q .. 9- 1" 'A nv ' 9 i -I .vs Kimberly Ann Antonick Lori Appleton Douglas Arbogast - jx' ,Q vin , X.- E'-,., Dave Bak William John Banaszek Elizabeth H. Barash 'S'-ve X-0 S we "' '65 9il ai ,, -f Q'- A fr ,. .., Q I ,-55, , .5 , it Joanne Archacki Teresa Asplnwall ' ,paw gfsz- ' ii: ' 1 fl ., .., . -f .i..i,. X 4 or - x ' I Todd Barnard James Basilone Daniel Bauer SHERRY ANTENORI TERESA ASPINWALL Not Pictured. Office Aide II. l2g Sophomore Chorus I0g Cho- ral Masters II. KIMBERLY ANTONICK Kim CHRIS AUSFLUG Wrestling Aide 103 Vocational Child Care ll, I2g Not Pictured. Hero Club President Il, Treasurer 12. LORI APPLETON Applesap COE Historian II, I2. DOUGLAS ARBOGAST JOANNE ARCHACKI Jo, Joey Mo DCT Vice-President 123 G ym Leader Il. DEBORAH GAIL AUSTIN Debi Not Pictured. Soccer Aide IOQ OWE Il, I2. DAVE BAK WILLIAM BANASZEK Billy .-'.. U.. . X , -..,-..-:'1f.-xii Quick, Dale hide in here! ELIZABETH BARASH Lisa Survey IO, llg Eucuyo IO, II, IIL IQS II. II. NHS II, Ilg Powder Puff II. Senior Class I2 TODD B.-XRNARD Football IO, II, I2 JAMES BASILONE Hockey IO, II, Il DANIEL BAL ER Tennis IO, Ski Club Il. Student Council IZ. Big Show Orch, II, Symphonic Hind Fnscniblc 10. II, I2 JJ I -.Q , ---!, Not Pictured. Office Aide 10.11. 12, PAUL BAUER PHIL BENCIN GARY BEADLE BENITA BENEDICK DAVID BEAL COE 123 Vocational Art 11. CONNIE BELL Yearbook 103 Media Aide 103 Key Club 101 Win- ter Play 103 Sophomore Chorus 103 Choral Mas- ters 111 Ski Club 10, 111 Powder Puff 123 P.A. Announcer 121 Senior Class Cabinet 123 DCT Treasurer 12. CHRISTINA BERARDINELLI C., Christy Key Club 103 Pink Panthers 11, 123 Library Aide 121 Office Aide 11, 12. TERRI BELL Tee Ber, Wai Napolo 10, 113 Track Aide 101 Swim Leader 113 Powder Puff 12, CATHERINE BERLAN -98,6 4399?- .--ff' 1 Paul Bauer tr' yt. 1 'U 'Q Aft' lj S -l J Lat, wi- flea-A Oh no! What did I just eat? Connie M. Bell .h ix rf -1- Q. cg -W' I , 1 A I Christina A. Berardinelli Catherine M. Berlan Lisa J. Berzin 'iff LISA BERZIN Lisie Sophomore Chorus 103 Choral Masters 11, 123 NHS 11, 123 Varsity Chorale 123 Big Show 10, 11. KARL BESSELMAN Ski Club 103 Concert Band 103 Football 11. MICHAEL BIELEK Investment Club 12. CHARLES BIERER Swimming 103 Marching Band 10, 11, 12: Stage Band 10, ll, 12. "av v , Y agar' Gary Beadle David Beal "H - x at-" ev' sf: ,jf S- . lL.f' sr 1 "lv V Aw' .v.,,, -LQ. Phil Bencin Benita Benedick A if A ,,....k-sl Q YAY' . '5x' ' V P vw- In .1 -3 is' i 'H v X pf" is Y .X . . 1 .,' , i 'JE Karl Besselman Michael L. Bielek - A L 4 ANG131.lQU1f Bl 'XCR Not Pictured .JOY Bl AKXK N1.-XR1'x Bl A511 Joyfu1,JoyI:e XNH1 I X IIHIN X Powder Puff 125 Swnm Timer 10, 11, 12, Wunler J1i1'1'Rl5Y 14111511511 'VIEW Play 10, 11,12,Big Show I0,IIgSpirlls1U,11, 1-1ol1n.1lI 'Ir,1Iner Ill II, 1' Xkrfyrirno M114 III 12QYCLlI'1JUOk12l11'1VCN11I1C1I1C1Ub11QVUCLllIUl1il1 STEVEN B1Y1515T1'J1N 11- 3111115 111- 11- 17 "'-111 1 "" 111'-'V 11 V1-11' Slenogrnphy Prmidenl 11, 11 Not Prclured. Klum I2 MICHIXFI BLACKMAN LYNNI? BLFVINS 110151-141 Hflk XR Not Pncturcd, Eueuyo 10, II, IZ, Powder Puff IZ, IQS 11, IZ, 305. 13U1'iU NHS 11, 12, Key Club II, Senior Clow lj, I-'oolb.Il1 111, II, 12, 1i.rs.kcI11.I11 Ill, li,Ixe11.:11 111 MARCH? BLASE 11, 12,OI'1'1ue.-Xxde 13,SNN11T11L'.II1CI' II Npmr Ponder Puff IZ: lnvcslmcnl Club I2 TERRY BOUUS 11. 13 I I ,- 'nm 'Wm '33 is "ip: i c::v 1213 , ,inf , - Charles Neil Big,-gf Joy Marie Black Mnrele -Xnn Bluse Mark Richard Bluxc Jeffrey Blergh ' ' -v Q-4 Lynne M. Blevins Tcrry Boggs Hs :T Angela M, Baku Robcrl J Boknr . . . N ch' Sure, ue II Ivo on lm' llrfruy 1Iw"." CHARLES BOOMS Boomer Spirits 10, 11. 123 Student Council ll, Vice-President 123 Office Aide 10, Powder Puff Coach 123 P.A. Announcer 123 Basketball An- nouncer ll, 12. LINDA BOONE Sophomore Chorus 101 Choral Masters 1 1, 121 Varsity Chorale 121 Office Aide 123 Eucuyo 10, ll, 12g IQS ii, 12, NHS ii, 12. RAY MON D BOOTH Not Pictured. THOMAS BORTHWICK Tom, lcabod, BoBo Hockey 10,l1, 12. THOMAS BOSCH I PATRICK BOST Pat Cross Country ll, Investment Club 12: Ski Club 12, ROBERT BOYD LINDA BOZAK Bo, Woody Softball 10, 12, Office Aide ll, 12, Powder Puff 12, Senior Class 12. DALE BOZICH Not Pictured. FAITH BOZMAN Not Pictured. JOSEPH BRA DDOCK Joezeppi Not Pictured. JAMES BRADY Vocational Automotives ll, 12, SCOTT BRADY Shady Ski Club 10, ll, Outdoor Club 11. LAURA BRATINA Swim Timer 10, 11, 12: Wrestling Aide 10, 113 Track Aide 10, Spirits 103 Student Secretary 123 Quest 12. JUDY BRAUN Marching Band 10. ll, 123 AFS 10, 11, 121 Powder Puff 12, Swim Leader ll, Symphonic Wind En- semble l0, ll, 121 Concert Band 12, ANTHONY BREEDEN TIMOTHY BREEDEN Not Pictured. A Smorgasbord Of Favorites For the class of '81, football was a clear winner as the favorite sport, followed by baseball and basketball respectively. There was no real unanimous favorite for a band. Instead, there was a long list of var- ious ones. The list included such names as Pink Floyd, Genesis, Air Supply. the Bea- tles, Michael Stanley, Bruce Springsteen. The Who, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, AC-DC, and others. Favorite TV shows also varied. M.A.S.H. was on top, though, along with Dallas. Other favorite l ,qw-'vs 42:7 15, I .' Charles D. Booms Linda Boone 71 4,- shows were cartoons such as Pink Panther and Popeye. soap operas like General Hos- pital and One Life to Live, news magazine programs like 60 Minutes and 20f20, and family hour shows like Eight Is Enough, The Dukes of Hazzard, and Love Boat. Clint Eastwood was the overwhelming choice as favorite actor. Votes for favorite actress, however, varied from Bo Derek to Miss Piggy, with no one actress dominat- ing the voting. in g , ' Sv J S- ' ' ' P' xx Thomas Scott Borthwick TIIOITIHS Boschi NV, X Patrick Bost Robert Boyd Linda M. Bozak James W. Brady r V A 2 , 1 'Q X .L 'bs ' i CT Y i. , , Q 'Z - . g -I fi Fi "Q- , 'if ek I I Scott Tiel Brady Laura Ann Bratina Judy Braun Anthony Breeden al va: u Ll Senior Smiles! U 1. ' 'v I ,' Q! -Q. Y, .- 1 LT' "' t I X , .f ,, . ff li , itll' 1 R V Christopher E. Bremenour Paul David Breskvar Lori Brinkley '21' 'Qr'fv Kathryn M. Bronkall James H Brown Kenneth G.iry Brown 'fa Patricia S, Brod by lx s, Q ' v ' i s A Vlichacl 'X Brtmn 5 'li CHRISTOPHER BREWFNOL R Bram Footbdll IU, ll, IZ. Hockey ll, Bdscbttll lil PAL l. BREQSKX -XR Brcsk LORI BRINlxl lh Brinkx lil ll Powder Pull' II, N..qc.itiUn4I C L Typist ll, COP I2 PATRICI 'X BROD Patti Clmecrlmdcr ll'l, ll, t'.ipt.iin Spirit: ll, Pmxdcr Pull' lf, lltwrm coming 'Xttcndmi II IMXTHRYN BRONR Xll kathy, k.i!1c Libmry Xidul11,SiutlcntSu IZ. Ntiitwrciiu L lub lui .MXH-S HRUNKN ifi Cioll lil, ll, If, lntl.-.wr luck il . a lf, Uutdtmr lmtl ll. l,, N r book ll. ll Ski Llulw lf, li" munt Club lf.P.-tttlcfl't.1'it r lcidcr ll Spiritx K2 ,Itbll X HRUXK X Nut l'it.'turctl Rl Nxl lll HRUXK N Dtmntmxn l.mtb.t.l IU, ll, l,, llixtv ll. ll Nllt ll Xl I NRUXN X tl till l li' l vt lt-.-fb. I I , T, lll, ll. lliittli--v' lmtk ' XX rcxtliitt lf. NZt"1x ' 7 ALBERT BRUSSEE PASQUALE BUCCILLI Pat Ski Club 10, 11, l21Conc STACIE BU DA Not Pictured, DAVE BUDNAR Bud Wrestling IO, ll, 12. ert Ban WILLIAM BUETTNER DAVID BU ROV EC Buk Outdoor Track 10, 11, 121 Indoor Track 11, 123 Investment Club 121 Spirits 123 Stage B 11, 123 Powder Puff Cheerleader 12, NANCY BULICK Powder Puff 121 Vocational Art 11, 12, ALLEN BUMBARGER A-4 . , ' ' , 45-Q ' - 'Za' Fvi s- , Q- -2- 1 kr' 11" tv Afvfjtj 55' ix 1 V Albert Brussee Pasquale Buccilli Dave Budnar and Al, Bum Not Pictured. REBECCA BURGE Becky Vocational Child Care ll, 12: Hero Club Vice- President 11, Vice-President 12. TAMMY BURKE VINCENT BURKE Vince Hockey 10, ll, 12: Swim Leader 11. ' t A , r? '- A' ge I 'xt - 'F Fi "1 XII . x ll! f William Buettner David Bukovec 4-we ,.,,B fgx 6 -,, "-'T' N! . ..- hd-E HELP!!! i i ii S.. ll, 'T 4-. I Nancy M, Buligk Rebecca Ann Burge K' "' fc' 1 Tammy Burke Vincent Patrick Burke KENNETH BURTON Fish Marching Band 10, JEANNE BLISHER Swim Leader 1 13 Swim Timcr 123 Choral Masters 123 Wai Napolo IO, Il, president 12. THERESE CALABRESE Not Pictured. KATHI CALLAHAN LINDA CALLAHAN Ski Club 103 AFS 11, 123 Big Show 111 NHS II, 123 Yearbook 101 Media Aide 103 Office Aide 10, 123 Senior Class 12, BRIAN CAMPBELL Indoor Track 10: Ski Club 103 Swim Leader 113 NN 'Q .3 3 WF Qs 5 .LV i r M - Q 'ex Q3-fn' T I Y X Q fl. 3 K I .faiht ' Kenneth Neil Burton Jeanne Busher li Carol Campbell Jeannine Carlo 3 s- James Cater Katherine Cavan Tr:-3 4 Scnmr Class Cztbtnct 12, Ulllce Aide ll, Wai fllltte Attic l", I.ryiyi1,i1wg 1.111 Null- Ill Nupolo Comedy Crew ll, lnvusliitcrit C lttlw IJ, Powder Pull' Chccrluatdcr 12 BRIAN 1 ,XIINI N CAROL CAMPBI71 I Basketball 10, l1,123Sol'tbqtIl Ill, I 1, 111511 ll, 123 Ad Club 11, 113 Powder1'til'l12,Nttirlt-nt Council 12. N1,fXRY'XNNtiX1lN1N N111 1'lL1IIIL'll ,IANIIN K A 1 l'R lim LOUIS J. CAPASSO Butch Not Pictured, Football 10, ll, 123 Wrestling 10, ll, 11 SCnl4lVfl1lwNlf,ll1kL's1litcl1lflllli Il K,-XT111'RlNl I -XMXN JOHN CAPRETTA Katie Woody Not Pictured, Swim Timur I 1. 11,,1unnir4 lass 11,8 121 Powder Pull' ll JEANNINE CARLO Majorette Club 103 Majorelte 11, Captain 123 MARK CFBRON 'qw , i h '- 2 S., Q- ' V, Q, ks!-la ,,, , Vx , ., 'v- -'rx IK "4 lf- 1, xv 3 J 3 A fr X I , C l Kathi Callahan Linda Jean Callahan Brian Campbell 41- -PS u--1 ..- fg 4. lily N11-its I1t.1,r1lI'l,i', ll N .mi-, fl ,ln it ll, Sttcriu' St'iiiiri.ir 111, Il, X,r,t,,,,, Ii,,l+l1gr 1 Sophomore Clitrrtrs 1113 I 1itir.il Nl,iNlyr'- ll 1' klf lub ll F . , ' V ' Brian Carney 'Q'-mi Q. 'i .' ii. . if at V DK. -h . rf,- .-,,,. ---4 V it -.Aj--X 17:17 1 .1 1 ' W . . ff. " 1 3' - 1 13 - 79' 5. . an Mark Ccbron Throw i un in rm uiuttlli,s1lc'1li1.tncc .intl l'll i'l.lk , Xue J x . ,,.,4 ...f f"sC?l- Toni .l, Chanakas MARK CEFARATTI Cef, Rat Wrestling 10, ll. ROBERT CEK Not Pictured. ANNE CERER Swim Timer 10, ll, Swim Te Club 12. NICHOLAS CETINSKY MICHAEL CHAMPA Investment Club 12 .fl f"'i'Q'+T':5w You've got to be kidding! fill X Y" -3st, ff 45 , , Q if s X 9 T' if A . A -rffllll ' Carol Ann Chase Timothy M. Christianson TON1 CHANAKAS Powder Puff 12. CAROL CHASE Little Todd Key Club 10, 11, 12, Yearbook 10, Track Aide 10, ll, 123 Powder Puff 121 Sophomore Chorus 10, Choral Masters 123 Vocational Data Process- ing Vice-President 11, Historian 12. KEVIN CHERNE Not Pictured. TIMOTHY CHRISTIANSON Tut Baseball 10, 11, 12, Indoor Track 10, NHS 11, 12, am IO, 11, 12, Ski " 'os . I x 'X :Q ' gr, I Mark M. CCf3l'3i!l Anne Cerer 1 79- Q Nicholas Cetinsky Michael Champa Q 95. -Q3"x s- .-' l Gina Cirino Thomas Clasen GEORGE CINDRIC Not Pictured. GINA CIRINO Ad Club 123 Powder Puff 12, THOMAS CLASEN KELLY CLEVENGER GARY COLLINS Student Council 10, Winter Festival Attendant 103 Survey 10, 113 Sophomore Class 101 Junior Class Cabinet 113 Senior Class Cabinet 123 NHS 11, 12, Powder Puff Cheerleader 123 Media Aide. 1 is-1 al 595 Kelly Clevenger 'fs- tv' Tamara L. Corbran Colleen Corrigan fur--" 552 Gary J. Collins Joseph Colo Bryan Combs 'QM I I Michael A, Cotter g I , 4 if . ,I Y X X I f Mark Cowling Lorna Coyne JOSEPH COLO Greasy Joe Wrestling IO, II, I2. BRYAN COM BS Bucky DARLENE CONRAD Big Show IO, Il: Swim Leader ll: Office Aidc I2g Powder Puff I2g Fall Play I IgChoral Masters Il, 123 P.A, Announcer I2. TAMARA CORBRAN Tammy Vocational Art ll, 12. John Cozart COLLEEN CORRIGAN MICHAEL COTTER Mac Yearbook IO, II, I2g Marching Band 103 Indoor Track I2g Symphonic Wind Ensemble IOQ Junior Class llg Varsity Chorale 121 Big Show II: Ski Club I21Chorul Masters IZQ Powder Pul't'Cheer- leader l2g Wai Napolo Comedy Crew Il, MARK COWLING LORNA COYNE Swim Team IO, Il, 12g Swim Timer IO, Il, 123 Spirits IO, II, 123 Investment Club Ilg Ad Club 5 Darlene Conrad R 13 l've had more exciting days! II, 123 Wai Ngipolo I I, IZ: Senior Class Ilp Wa ter Polo Aides 10, II, 12. JOHN COZART ANDREW CL'NNINGH,-XXI Not Pictured 6 KEN CURTIS Bowling Club IO, J. BRAD DALLOS Soccer IO, ll. DAVID D'AMICO Not Pictured. GREG D'AlVIICO GARY DANOLFO Media Aide IO, V sig I DANIEL DANZINGER SUSAN DAVIDSON Yearbook 103 Tennis IO, ll, 121 Spirits IO, ll, llg Powder Puff l2g Sophomore Class l0g Senior Class l 2, WAYNE DAVIS Not Pictured. ILONA DAW Not Pictured, For some reason, I don't believe him! eff ix X .. ,Vx 'U a ge- , 'fix-.,. X , . Donna Dawson John Dea i 3, . 45 ',,, R D F' k Z' Ken Curtis IR 'Y'- 5... i. . 'A ELLA, Gary J. Danolfo DON NA DAWSON Vocational Accounting JOHN DEA John Doe EILEEN DELEHANTY KELLY DEZELON TINA DIBACCO Fall Play l2g Winter Play --. WW If I X J. Brad Dallos ll, IZ, ll, I2. " 'ix 4 4' f I -L 'f 'gil 1 sr vw- I ..,. ,t 1 AN ' L Greg D'Amico 5- va il .-4 Daniel Lee Danzinger IW:-., 'asf' il'-'99 ' Eileen Delehanty 'Bi iv Kelly Dezelon Susan Davidson gay! sfx v. I e.c-xggi, . 'ii I 'em M V i' -Ji 1 r i u- X' Tina DiBacco TODD DICKARD Swim Team 10, 11, 125 Swim Lczidcr 111 lnvcst- ment Club 12. MAUREEN DOH ERTY ANNA DOVIC Annie NHS 11, 123 P.A. Announcer 123 Senior Class 123 Choral Masters 11gStudcntScCrctt1ry 11, 123 Big Show 103 Powder Pull' 12. J ""'o, T54 .V 1,AllRA DOW NS Downs 11111111 XS1i1f'HlSNlf1x 11111111111 12 HOPE DOYl,lf Softbitll 10, C012 Prcxidcnt 121 l1lVCSlll1CIll Klub 123 Swim l.c:idor 11, Pnwdur Pull 12g Spiritx 12, Vociitioniil Stcnogriiphy Trctisurcr 11, lx.fXllI1l1NlJ1'l RN k.ithx ' w A15 111, 11, 12. Nliiilcnt C iiiiii il 11 Iiirir 111 1 liit Sli lll Cltisx C .ibtnct 11, Scniiir .wx HE1DlDRAX1.1iR Student Council 11, 12gt1unior Cl.iM Clibincl 113 Sophomore Chin 103 Big Show 111. 1 lQSP11'l1A 111, ll, 12g Powder Pull' 123 Senior Climax 12. ll, 12, Pimilur l'uI1 12. Spirit BRETT 171 131-1 KY Vociitiongil Autniiiotiwx 1 1. 12 IS' X! 14' I W E... KX it JL' 'l-Odd A. DiCli8fd Maureen Doherty Annu 'Vlariu Dovic Laura Downs Hope Rcnc' Doylc. QF" .NX 1 Heidi Draxlcr Douglas K. Drobnick lL... E- 4 Kathleen L. Drury Brctl D. Dubccky 'D NK L' xtitk t-iyctlicr' KATHLEEN DUFFY Duff Spirits 10, ll, ll .lunior Class Cabinet 11: Cheerleading 10, ll, 123 Powder Puff 12. KELLY DUNLEVY MIKE DURBIN Soccer 103 ll, 123 Ski Club 123 Spirits 123 Big Show 113 Yearbook 11, 123 Powder Puff Cheerleader 123 Varsity Chorale 12. DAN DU REI KO Dandy Tennis 10. CHARLES DURST DAVID DZOMBA ERIC ECKER Eck Track 103 Survey 123 Powder Puff Coach 12, JAMES EDER Ede's Basketball 103 Baseball 10, ll, 123 Golf 10, 113 123 Ski Club 123 Pow- der Puff Coach 123 Close Up 12. DAWN EHRHART Survey 10, 11, 123 Choral Masters ll, 123 NHS 11, 121 Cross Country Aide 10, 11: Fall Play ll. 12: Win- ter Play ll, 121 Big Show 113Spir' its 10, llQ Track Aide 103 Office Aide 123 Sophomore Class 10. ROBERT ELLENBEST EB. Basketball lOQ Baseball 10, ll, 12. V1NCENT ELLUL ERNEST ELSHAW Ernie ,I He did it!!! 'F . 3 ig? at? K msgs.-Y . , X ,- -A - 3'-1 'f fm 'D is 1 , -1' X., X i C if N M- "W ' Yugi , I 1 ijlfge ig 1 ' f' N N ." Kathleen Ann Duffy Kelly Dunlevy Mike Durbin Dan Dureiko 'vi' sq, ....,.. ' r ? ' Charles Durst fix' QNX Dawn Ehrhart f' as ' Q. Qi Q- David Dzomba Eric Joseph Ecker James Robert Eder --2 Ft N...-. xfxf X 1T"'vv Z Robert M. Ellenbest Vincent Ellul Ernest Elshaw Catch that Senior Spirit!!! '64 N., Q... -Q. ,-,. Teresa Erhardt John A, Eros Gina Marie Evans Jane Ann Evans ? Q ' VX 'bc x 'xg isis' If 'Q' -- -ff ' " 'Nuff Debra L, Fgighl James Fakult Jancl Faragoy Nlary 1 ynn F.INl'l.l1T1 TERESA ERHARDT JOHN EROS Fall Play 11, 123 Wrnler Play 10, 11, 123 Blg Show 10, 11g Choral Masters11,12gYarsu1yCl1ora1c 11, 123 PA. Announcer 12, Powder Pull Cheerleader 123 Suryey 1l'l, 11, 123Smm1,eadcr11.Wa1 Na- polo Comedy Creve 113 NHS 11. 12 GINA EVANS Track 10. Cheerleader 12, YN rcs- llmg Aide 10, 11. Track Nlanagcr 11,12gGymnasucs10,Sysum1,ead- crI1gGym1.c.xdcr 11 JANE EX -XNS Bnrd Track 10, 11, l2,SP1f115 11,0l'11cc ,Nude 11 DEBR K FYXIKZHT Debbme Track Mdc 10. Xoca11on.11Slenug- raphy Yncc4Prcsrdcnl 11, Scerczary 12, lnyeyrmcnl Club 12 JNHE5 lf-X1xL1,T Jxm Nlarehnng Band 111, 11,0011 111 ,1XN1T1'XR XUOX Noe.1l1un.a1 Nlenngmplwy 1 ,Seers- l.11"v 12, lnxcstmenr L lub If NJXRW IXNNIXSHXNI xUC.1l1-'11.1l Stcn-u'rl:'M if Xnuqk Xwic lf. l"'-cy1"t:"tl .ir , y Q 1 KEITH F,-XZIO KENNETH FERLITO Swim Teum 103 Swim Timer 10.11, 123 Sopho- FJ7 Kenlon, Fr. Ling. Kenny more Chorus 103 Choral Masters 123 Winter Play Varsity Chorale 11, ll Chorul Nlostcrs 11, 12, 10, 113 lnvestmentClub 123 Vocational Stenogra- DAVE FEIIXKOXYSKI Sophomore Chorus 103 Big Show 10,1l3F.1llPln5 phy Treasurer 113 12. Fcd 1l1Wintcr Play 11, 121Powdcr Pu1'1'Checrlcuder Yearbook 103 Swim Team 11, 12, Wdter P010 131 123 P A Announcer 123 Sophomore Class 103 Swim Lender ll Senior Class 12. SHARON FIRE Fike-Face PHll,lPPlE F11LDN1AN's DENISE FETKO NHS11,121TruckI0gSkiClub123JuniorC1ass AFS 12 Fel ll- K ' xv "IL .""Q Y 1 1 1 ' ff?-1-.Id ' es ' . s-- ff la? K Keith F3110 Dave Fedakowski -it 3, f 'Sf N r T'-fr' 1?-HA 3s- , Philippe Felclmann Kenneth M. Ferlito 131. up--1' Denise Fetko Sharon L, Fike 1'm just hanging around!!! TRACY FIORELLI Basketball 10. ll, 123 Track 10, II, 123 Ad Club ll, 123 Investment Club 123 Powder Puff 12. CHRISTOPHER FITZPATRICK Fitz RICHARD FLECK Not Pictured. 'Wx T QD.: Tracy A. Fiorelli Christopher Robert Fitzpatrick -5 f ': - -4 1 F. I 5 " ??S:iEE':'i2f' . -L-Q"aa . -I ' X ni L I, 5 Q -ur .1 if xzf' - L' ' 1 if Q T 's.Jg.t'4i 1. 5' - ML' Indoor Track 10, II, 121 Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12. STEVEN FLECK La Machine Cross Country 10, 11, 123 Indoor Track 10, 11, 12g Outdoor Track 10, ll, 123 Sophomore Class 103 Junior Class 113 Senior Class 12g Spirits 10, Il, 123 Swim Leader llg Gym Leader IO, 123 Powder Puff Coach 123 Nurse's Aide ll. is 913 t V' Q11 mr I sat 72 ' I BETINA FORMAN Powder Puff 12. FRED FOSKEY Fosk Baseball 103 Spirits 10. II, 12. Q fl' SC in u Steven Fleck Betina Foreman Fred Foskey 'Quest' f Answers Quest class members had to E11 out an application and submit to an interview before being selected forthe class. The Quest class, headed by Mrs. Jagger, is a program to help students to learn to cope with personal prob- lems. Included in this class are such areas of study as sell'-concept, feel- ings. attitudes, friends, family, mar- riage, parenting, money. careers. and philosophy. This is an elective course taught for half a year with a limit of 20 students per class. and it is for seniors only. To enter this course, students had to apply to their coun- selors. The counselors, Mrs. Smith. and Mrs. Jagger, the teacher ofthe Quest class, then looked over their records and applications for students who were genuinely interested in the course, not those who wanted an easy credit. 92 5 Sandra Michelle Frank Natalie M. Frattin R- SYN 'hw -Q. Colleen Murphy tries out her Halloween costume. Wayne Frimel Nelson Fulton if . ,W Nick Fussell SANDRA FRANK Student Secretary 123 Nurse's Aide 123 Powder Puff 121 Key Club 10: Spirits 10. 111 Ski Club 10, 11, 123 Swim Timer 103 Close Up 123 Vocational Stenography 11, Treasurer 12. NATALIE FRATTIN Powder Puff 123 Investment Club 121 COE Histo- rian 12. WAYNE FRIMEL t , 1 xr. .- y 3 1. Susa 197V ki in--3 n Gallagher Rob N ELSON FULTON NICK FLISSELL Wrestling 113 DECA 12. DAVID GAFFN EY Not Pictured. SUSAN GALLAGHER Sue Wrestling Aide 10. lll Powder "TA '-V I, V ert Gallo Puff 123 Spirits 10, ll, 123 Investment Club 12. ov- ,vi 'S' 2 5' . .X 1, A - Mary Galloway Marc Garland ROBERT GALLO Roberto Basketball 10. lll Spirits 10. ll, 12. MARY GALLOWAY Basketball 103 Student Council 123 Powder Puff 12. MARC GARLAND Soccer 10311. 12. Gi: if X , !L5:ie'95:ljf- , .. 1355--' 134 5522-5 ' iff? .S Q Qi Scott Gencope John Gilroy LA 40- V , . 'a . .Q 54 3, i V, -V ,W- T . as ' X ff S I ik fl . 1 . John Gleason Mary Glover 7 fa 'E f-- I r-'w 1"'N. ! T f J ,vs 3 Charlene M. Gole Charles Gole SCOTT GENCOPE Indoor Track 12. RONALD GIELINK Not Pictured. JOHN GILROY Dr, Phibes LAURA GIUNTA Oflice Aide 10, ll. SALVATORE GIUNTA DONALD GLASER Glase Basketball 10, ll. JOHN GLEASON Jay Soccer 10, ll, 3' Laura Giunta '23 'Ll r 'S 'T i 1 X 1 Tim Golden cvs., vyx 'YZI7 4,41 , Robert Golob GARY GLICK Not Pictured. JOHN GLICKEN Not Pictured. MITCHELL BRIAN GLICKEN Mickey Not Pictured. Sophomore Class 103 Student Council ll, 12. EDWARD GLOVER Not Pictured. MARY GLOVER 6- Salvatore Giunta Donald S. Glaser This locker contains top-secret matterg hands Off! TIM GOLDEN Swim Team 103 Swim Leader 113 Vocational Au- tomotives 11, 12, CHARLENE GOLE Golebird, Charcoal Ad Club 10, llg Ski Club 10, 113 Sophomore Class 10: Junior Class Cabinet llg Senior Class 12: Track Aide 10: GLC 113 DECA President 12. CHARLES GOLE Dave Golf 10, ll, 12. ROBERT GOLOB Rob NHS ll, 12: Golf ll. 12. Office Aide 123 Investment Club 123 Library Aide 11. JIM GORDON Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Concert Band IOL Marching Band 10. JAMES GORJ U P Not Pictured. DARRYL GRAUS Not Pictured. SHEWONNA GRAY OEA 11, 12. THOMAS GREEN JEFFERY A. GRIFFIN Griff fgfsffrf ' '7' v ' . ' V .I If ' f - IQ: Not Pictured. Orchestra 10, 11, 12. JOHN GRIGSBY Radio Club 10, ll, 123 Key Club 12. DORENE GROSEL Swim Timer 113 Spirits 1 1, 123 Ad Club 123 Pow der Puff 12. ERIC GROUDLE DALE GRUBB Big D Marching Band 10, ll, l23Stage Band 10311, 12 Symphonic Wind Ensemble ll, 123 Pep Band IO: L" ' fi.1.'.J "? uv'-v 11, 123 NHS ll, 123 Concert Band IOQ Yearbook IO, ll: Big Show Orch. ll. FERMIN GUARDIOLA-MADERA AFS 123 Tennis 12. HEIDI GUNDELACH Not Pictured. JOHN HABAT RONALD HALE DIANE HAMILTON Hammy Vocational Clerk Typist 11, Secretary 12. .R Jim Gordon R t Q . i ' 'e Yrs .... ir ,Q - 55- I 2 Dfw v-vrvi I I xv ' 1 .f - Shewonna Derise Gray Th0m21S Green 1 G' ur,- l'll become an author if he believes this story! John Gl'igSby DOWN Marie Gmsel Eric Gmudle ! "urs ,R o ly X I 'V 'N 1 ,X 1 .A Xml 1 IX 1 Dale Grubb Fermin Guardiola Madera John I-Iabat X vi' X 1 1 Ronald Hale Diane L. Hamilton 'T ANDREW HAMMAR NANCY HANCOVSKY MICHAEL HANDFORD Mike DWIGHT HANEY Football 10, 11, 12. DAVID HANSON Ex wiv- 5- Dave, Rimis Football 10, 113 Powder Puff Cheerleader 123 Swim Leader 113 Gym Leader 113 Wai Napolo Comedy Crew 113 Ski Club 123 Investment Club 123 Winter Play 123 Fall Play 123 Big Show 113 Sophomore Class 10. LORI HANSON Wai Napolo 10, 11, 123 Swim Leader llQ Ad Club 123 Spirits 123 Powder Puff 12. dba Xp S., s. .4-f' ii JAMES HAR! HAR Hzirch, Jim, Perkins Swim Leader 11, 12 KEITH HART PATRICK HARTII JOHN JOSEPH HARWOOD Not Pictured. fi is -,Q -1- Andrew Hamma' Nancy HaflC0V5kY Michael Handford Dwight Haney David Hanson Lori L HHHSUH James Patrick Harchar Q x 'ur Kellh Hart Patrick Harth x7 Santa Pritch checks his gift list with an elf 96 JUDITH HASSE l Jude Marching Band 10. 11, 123 Pep 1 Band lO,l1,123Stage Band 10,113 123 Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10, ll, 123 AFS 11, 123 Yearbook 113 123 Office Aide 123 Big Show Orch. 10, ll. JACK HEASLEY JEFF HEGEDUS DANIEL HEIMBERGER Not Pictured. LEYTON HEMMERT Space CHRISTOPHER HEPP Not Pictured. CHRISTOPHER HERNAN SUSAN HICKEY Sue Swim Leader llQ Swim Team 10, ll, 123 Wai Napolo 1 1. 123 Powder ax Puff 121 NHS 11, 123 Spirits 12, LEE ANNE HICKS Lou gt' Office Aide 123 Vocational Clerk i ' Typist 11, 12. PATRICIA HILL Patty Football Trainer 10, ll, 123 Spirits 10, ll, 123 Basketball Trainer 10, ll, 123 Junior Class Cabinet 113 NHS 11, 123 Powder Puff 123 Stu- 2 v Judith Anne Hasse Jack Heasley Jeff Hegedus Leyton James Hemmert dent Council President ll Senior Class 12, " iss , 3'7- MICHELLE HINKO xii if fg.-Xia Gymnastics 103 NHS ii, iz. ' A ,. f i A A Q W JEFFREY HOGAN '. X3 P Jeffro N 6, 5 , ' Swim Team 10. ll, 123 Ski Club A V X-' K kv ...x IO, ll, 123 Investment Club 12. 'W' Y I ""f Q I LORRAINE HONE Lorrie fr- 1' Wrestling Aide 103 Swim Timer llQ , S 1 'A -' l f ' Powder Puff 12. ' If! ' : Qt 4" I 1 A. f. ' ff, Q 1 7 WH-l-lAM HONGOSH Christopher Hernan Susan Hickey Lee Anne Hicks F' 342 it '-Q V Y. s ah.,- l Fl' 'hit-, I . . K. 3 3, Michelle M. Hinko Jeffrey Robert Hogan Lorraine Hone sw- Q, K "si 'TXT' Patricia Ann Hill I 'SIN wr-v William Hongosh -6- , There must be something quite strong under us!! x I Y'-. i, JY: Q it , sr'-,f 3 'so :ll 1 'lf' own' . S f he C G- 'Q J ii ' 4 1 F X 1 I I ' f Bethany Hook Joy Hoon Michael Horabik Richard Horton R '19 ' - -L 'v'---px , -Q. fi v :I x 1 I 3 X W Daniel Horvat Peter James Hosa Frank Hribar Valerie Hrobat BETHANY HOOK Beth Tennis 103 11, 123 Ski Club 113 123 Yearbook 11, 123 Swim Leader III Cheerleader 103 Powder Puff 123 NHS 11, 123 Sophomore Class 10: Junior Class Cabinet 113 Senior Class Cabinet 1Z3Orchestra 10, 123 Big Show Orch, 101 Big Show ll: Nurse's Aide 10, 11. JOY HOON Yearbook 123 Powder Puff 12. GLC 113 Student Secretary 123 Nurse's Aide 10, 11. MICHAEL HORABIK RICHARD HORTON DANIEL HORV.-XT PETER HOSA Moss Man Astronomy Club 11, I2 FRANK HRIBAR Football IO, ll, 123 Indoor Track 103 Outdoor Track 103 Senior Class Cabinet 123 Ponder Pull' Cheer- leader 123 Letterman Club 11, 12 VALERIE HROB.-XT Yearbook 123 Yoc.1tton.tI Comix lology ll SUSAN HROMYKO Sue STEVEN HURSHMAN Vocational Art 11, 12. Football Trainer 10, ll, 12: Basketball Trainer 10, 11, 123 Junior Class Cabinet 11g Spirits 10, 11, TINA HUTTON 123 Powder Puff 123 Senior Class 12. JAMES HUBBARD BEV IAFELICE Majorette Club 101 Majorette 11, 12. Hubs MARY IVANCIC DOUG HUFNAGLE Mare' Wiggle, Me,-f Hllf Powder Puff 123 Spirits 10g Oftice Aide 12. GX NA AF...- Susan Marie Hromyko James H. Hubbard Doug Hufnagle Go Away! We don't talk to strangers. ,l, NANCY IVANCIC Track 10, 113 Powder Puff 121 Vocational Data Processing Treasurer 11, 12. TODD IVANCIC Wrestling 10. ROBERT JAKOVLIC Not Pictured. Vocational Art 11, 12, 13 5 Steven Matthew Hurshman Q' ,gff Bev Iafelice Q' Nancy Ivancic 43 ,iq Qvv-'V Tina Hutton Q - . , ,L 1 I f X Mary Ivancic Q9 Q l Todd John Ivancic VYTAUTAS JAKUBAUSKAS Vyt's JEFFREY JAROSCAK LINDA JOHNS TONI JAMISON Jeff Not Pictured peanut Golf IO, I I, 123 Key Club IOQ Swim Team IO, ll, Investment Club 123 Vocational Clerk Typist Il, IZ: Sum Leadef ll' IZ' RICHARD JOHNSON Vice-President IZ. Rlck JIM JAZBEC ANITA JANKOWSKI DAVE JERINA SCOTT JOHNSON B ktblllO3SfbIll03S IOQV ' ' D2faeP,ZceS5ing0,','al2. "Wy Ocwonal Spirits ii, l2g ski Club ii, iv VAN JOHNSON Football 12g Investment RoNALD JANOSKY OEOROE JOHNS Ron Not Pictured. CATHY JONES 1 Q Vytautas Jakubauskas Toni Jamison A in 'lf I . 45, I No Q1-3 t x i I N-- I X Xt Anita J. Jankowski Ronald Janosky Jeffrey J. Jaroscak S' S., Jim Jazbec Dave Jerina H? QN.5:i xx Z Scott Johnson Van Johnson .,.- Club I ln Richard Eric Johnson Cathy A. Jones We do anything to get out of class! Yi-3-fr 5-Qi! , 'ii Helen Jones Julia Jones 'ln-ve -R Beth Mabel, Linda Boone, and Jim Cater warm up for a performance. Martin Jones Perry Jordan .,s'11 ' . 'Qi 9- SN ,Jia '12- f 4' Tony Kalar HELEN JONES JULIA JONES Julie MARTIN JONES PERRY JORDAN P.J. ,9- ""fj-i l Mike S. Kalka Michael Kaselonis Keith Keal Kathleen Kehn Cross Country 10, ll, 123 Indoor Track ll, 121 KEITH KEAL Outdoor Track 123 Spirits 10, ll, 123 Gym Lead- er l2g Library Aide 12. RANDY KEENE Not Pictured. TONY KALAR KATHLEEN KEHN MIKE KALKA MICHAEL KASELONIS ay x.? Christine Keller Kevin A. Kelly S0 fgx Raymond Klimas Sharon P. Knack -Q 252' hah Sf g 1 K l 7115..- Rudy Knaus Christopher Knight CHRISTINE KELLER Christi KEVIN KELLY Stage Band IO, ll, IZ: Marching Band IO, ll, l2g Concert Band llgSymphonic Wind Ensemble IO, ll, l2g AFS 123 Pep Band llg Big Show l0. TATIJANA KERESTES Not Pictured. CHRISTINE KERNZ Chris Powder Puff l2g Nurse's Aide l2, DYANNE KING 'i I is 1: 1' LQX I Christine Kernz Dyanne King John Kisthardt '95 f Karen M. Knaus if-a , . 5 'Iwi 'W ww-y , Qi Q ' ,lx '. xi Frank Kobetitsch Hi M0lTlll9 KAREN KNAUS ROBERT KINKOFF Not Pictured. Naus Swim Team 103 Spirits 10, ll, llg Sophomore Class l0g Football Aide llg Vocational Account- .lam ing President ll. Choral Masters 123 Investment Club l2g Fall Play l2g Winter Play l21 Powder Puff Cheerleader I2. JOHN KISTHARDT RUDY KN,-'NUS Vocational Automotivcs ll, IZ, RAYMOND KLIMAS Ray Vocational Automotives ll, IZ. CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT Caesar SHARON KNACK Hockey 10, ll. IZ: Football IO. ll, Investment Hooter Club 121 Powder Puff Coach II, Ski Club IO, Ilg Spirits IOQ Key Club l0g Voca- tional Art ll, l2. FRANK KOBETITSCH 1 202 JULIE KOENIG BEVERLY KOI-ILER GREGORY KOVAC Not Pictured, MICHEAL KRAIG Not Pictured. JAMES KORDICH ED KOVELAN Ski Club l2: AFS ll. RICHARD KRAINCE TIMOTHY KORYNOSKI Media Aide IO, I lg Radio Club 103 Concert Band 103 Lab Assistant 12. SANDRA KOZEL JOAN KRECKAL JOHN KOSIR ANGELA KRIZANOVIC Gymnastics IO, MARTIN KRAIG JEFFREY KOSMETOS Not PiCll-If-id. 'rf gi f - N ,- 'Q ' N -f .Y -r 112--f , Julie Koenig Beverly Kohler James Kordich Q' 'UH A Wax ...g Timothy Korynoski John Kosir Jeffrey Kosmetos Let me put it this way . . . my-Q fi v -.1 fg., sfx 1-'Q' 51:-14' 5' Ed Kovelan Sandra Kozel Richard Kraince Joan Kreckal Angela H. Krizanovic JUDITH KRNC Judy, KrucKrunch Yearbook IO, II, 123 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 12: NHS 11, I23GLC Il, 123Survey 10, 11, 123 Softball 10, 113 Big Show Orch. 113 Concert Band 103 Symphonic Wind Ensemble II, 123 Marching Band 10, II, 12. MARK KROFINA Marching Band 103 Concert Band 103 Outdoor Track 11, LISA KUHEN Cheerleader IO, 113 Office Aide 103 Senior Class Cabinet l2: Powder Puff 12. fs- N , Q' P-"-v ,-,H DAVID KULBICKAS Not Pictured, PAUL KURILLA Not Pictured. ERIC LADOVICH PATRICK LAMONT Not Pictured. DARYI IANIIM,-NN lwiolbaill Ill, ll, I2 MARK LANTY CON Nlll LARA B13 l' Not Pictured KARFN IARSONJ Not Pictured HEATHER LANE DEBI LASKA Not Pictured, Powder Puff 123 COE Vice-President I PAUL LANGDON RICHARD IVATKOWSKI - A 3, I ' M-. . I , 4 i i' N : N, ,vs - .eg yy., 4- ' I f K , f 1 1 K 1 . 1 1 Paul Langdon -ll-ldlth A KFIIC Mark Krotina Lisa Kuhen Eric Ladovich iQ,VX XT7 Daryl Langman Mark Lantz . 'w,,,.,'N 'Irw- . 4 . - 9 I ,gf Debi Laska Richard Lalkowski H A Q . Al Pcklay gi'-'cs Putty Brod some hclp with hcr lump mpc 10-4 MILTON LAU AFS 123Soccer 12, STEVEN LAUSIN Steve Cross Country 103 Fall Play 10, 11, 123 Winter Play 10, 11, 123 Big Show 10, 113 Outdoor Club 113 In- vestment Club 123 Yearbook 11, 123 Sophomore Chorus 103 Choral Masters ll, 123 Media Aide ll, 123 Spirits 123 Junior Class ll, Sopho- more Class 103 Senior Class 123 Student Council 10, 11, 12. LINDA LAWRENCE Volleyball 10,113 123Track 10, ll, 123 Yearbook 10, 11, 12: Sopho- more Class l0: Junior Class Cabi- net 113 Senior Class 123 GLC 113 Powder Puff 123 Wai Napolo 103 Ski Club 123 NHS ll, 12: IQS 11, 12. LAURA LEE LEDONNE Laurie Not Pictured. Softball 103 Office Aide 11. DEREK LEONARD Not Pictured. GARY LESNICK DOUGLAS LEU Dougie Football 10, 11, 123 Big Show 113 Wai Napolo Comedy Crew 113 Swim Leader ll, NHS 11, 123 Powder Puff Coach 123 Yearbook 10, ll, 12. JOSEPH LEWARSKI Joe Football 10, 11, 12, Outdoor Track 10, ll. 123 Spirits 12. LISA LIGHTCAP Not Pictured. JOSE' LIMA Soccer 10, 11, 12. MARGARET LINN Peggy, Leggy Pinn, Thumper Swim Team 10, 11g Marching Band 10, 11, 123 Yearbook 123 Powder Puff 12. CHRISTINE LOGAN Chris Vocational Accounting ll, 123 OEA 11, 123 Office Aide 10. SUZANNE LOKAR Sue Vocational Stenography 11, 123 NHS 11, 123 Eucuyo 11, 123 Key Club 12. CHRISTOPHER LONG Not Pictured. MARC LOPREST1 Wrestling 113 Football IIQ Swim Leader 113 Ski Club 12. KIM LORBER Bo Volleyball 10,1l,l21Spirits10,113 Softball 103 Track 113 Powder Puff 12 LAURIE LUCAS Not Pictured. l"8 Jeannine Carlo and Bev Iafelice brave the winter winds, :wink 'WX ,J an if ,fn-0' 'Xi ,-. , I , A Milton Lau Steven Lausin 't' 5, 3 ef .5 ff . f .ag 5 ,V 3 ' 'QQ ' , -Q 7, I N -, .A A Douglas A. Leu Joseph S. Lewarski 'Sy Linda Lawrence sv .LAX xkxi Gary Lesnick Jose' S. Lima Margaret Rose Linn awk 'ws if Q'-if JY? 'K' , .4 Iklr ga! I is ,.-. Chl'iS!il'lC A- I-Ogafl Suzanne M. Lokar Marc LoPresti Kim I-Orber Would you believe we're really 3 wild and crazy guys in disguise? . S , ,, 1 , ' ,139 if lj, 1 , - , I ' ,' , 5 '-kr? 'f "' . 'ff' 1 ' f ,AN ' T A ' .1 J , 4 , , V .-v' Vi Eugene Lucci Judith Lynch Beth A. Mabel Ilona Maciejauskas . :KX N MN' f -- X. 55 V-ff' 15.1 T ly., 'X t Steven Mackanos Karen Maekell Robert Magruder Duncan Maitland EUGENE LUCC1 Tennis 10. JUDITH LYNCH Judy Gymnastics 103 OEA VicePresi- dent 12. BETH MABEL Big Show 10, llg AFS 11, 12: Stu- dent Council 12g Varsity Chorale 121 NHS 11, 123 Swim Timer 10. 11, 123 Junior Class Cabinet 11. ILONA MACIEJAUSKAS STEVEN MACKANOS Mac Golf 103 Hockey 10, ll, 12. KAREN MACKELL Marching Band 103 Pink Panthers 12. ROBERT MAGRUDER Bob OWE 11. IZ. DUNCAN MAITLAND Water Polo llg Swim Team I lg Ski Club 10, 11, 12. SHARON MAKELA Not Pictured, JOHN MALANEY Not Pictured. PATRICK TIMOTHY MALANEY Pugs Not Pictured. Foolba1lIl0. ll: Student Council ll, MICHAEL MALONE DEBBIE MANASSA DAVID MANNELLO STEVEN MARINKOV Dave MARIA MANIGLIA Football IO, ll, 121 Investment Club IZ. CARL MARKEL if QR ,Q ffl 7-wr Michael Malone Debbie Manassa Maria Maniglia David M. Mannello -uve -I1 Steven Marinkov Carl Markel Meet my friend from the pastg the Greek Mathematician, EUCLID! SUSAN MARKIEWICZ Sue, Susie Vocational Child Care 11, 125 Hero Club 11, EDWARD MAROLI President 12. Azog ERIC MARR Yearbook 11, 123 Student Council 12, Wargame N01 P1ClUl'Cd VESNA MARKON Club 10, ll. 12. Ves DENISE MARTIN Student Secretary 10, 11, 12: Eucuyo ll, 121 OEA ll, 12. x 1 L.- 'e-'- .,, 4 MARK MAROLT Soccer 10, ll, 123 Hockey 10, ll, 12. Powder Puff 12, Spirits 105 Nurses Aide I2 Vocational Clerk Typist Treasurer 11, 12, Fm ki WN 1 19' ,,. QQ . ....f- ,1 'frrf' 2 . 4 .sit .Cf Susan Marie Markiewicz Vesna Marie Markon Edward D, Mai-Oli Mark Marolt The 1980-81 school year will be re- membered by Euclid High School sen- iors for various reasons. Some will re- member the parties, some will remem- ber the teachers, homework, and testsg some will remember the nights at McDonalds after a sporting event, and some will want to remember nothing. But most seniors will remember that 1980 was an election year and begin- ning of a new decade in which many controversial issues were faced and de- cided. These issues ranged from the de- bate over the Equal Rights Amend- ment, to the revival of the military draft, to the possibility of gasoline ra- tioning. To get the opinions of EHS seniors about these subjects, a survey was given to several senior homerooms at the beginning of the school year. Although only a few seniors could or Denise Martin Senior Express pinions ational Issues actually did vote in the 1980 Presiden- tial election, most of them were prob- ably unhappy with the results, based on the answers of seniors surveyed before election day. When asked to indicate for whom they would vote for Presi- dent, only 1101: answered Ronald Rea- gan, who won the actual election by a landslide. Interestingly, 4551 said that they would vote for neither Reagan. Carter, or Anderson, mirroring the gen- eral apathy of the American public for the candidates in the 1980 election. On the issues of the Equal Rights Amendment and gasoline rationing, seniors were unified in their opinions. 7996 voted against the idea ol' the gov- ernment regulating gasoline consump- tion. 7396 were in favor of passing the Equal Rights Amendment. Seniors has some interesting opinions on an issue that was, perhaps, closest to their hearts-the military draft of 19 year olds. Only 35'Zi were in favor of such a policy. However, if a draft law were passed, 60fZi of the seniors felt that women should also be eligible for it. Since many states already require high school students to pass a compe- tency test of basic skill before they can receive their high school diplomas, we asked EHS seniors ifOhio should adopt such a test. Surprisingly, 5892 felt that a competency test should be required. These were the opinions of some of thc class of 1981. Now, they will go on to join the rest of thc voting public, and only time will tell the outcome of these issues. J f... x X Q t f I I 4 . md? 2 1. How would you like PY - .uf A N , . 'A A '77 i. ,gl 4-Aj Judy Mast MICHELLE MARTIN Powder Puff 12. CINDY MASCARO Cin, Skinny Powder Puff 121 Vocational Art 11, 12. IRENE MASERA Reen Powder Puff 12. BILL MASON Zschaz I , '5 Q59 ,Q Q , ,-Qu. W ,,,NNv.v some ice cream on your camera'?!'? ,ff P ,e .. '-,Ag . ig , A , 'JW' ' . K. I 'DQ i xxx, 1 I' ' S-qi I X . Q Frank R, Mataraza Nancy Matoh Yearbook Il, 123 Eucuyo 123 AFS 10, 11, 12, Nl-IS Il, 12, IQS 113 Science Seminar 10, JUDY MAST Tennis 10, 11, 12, Sophomore Class 10, Ski Club 10, II, 12, Spirits 10, 11, Track 10, II. 123 Pow- der Puff 12, Junior Class 111 Senior Class 12. FRANK MATARAZA Investment Club 12. NANCY MATOH Sophomore Class 10, Wrestling Aide 10, I IgSpir- Wx S- Michelle Ann Martin Cindy Mascaro fi Xl , Q'-rv I ci. I Irene Marie Masera Bill Mason Ag: QM '551 Stanley Matras Brian Matthews its 10, II, 12, Football Aide 10, 113 Football Manager 123 Homecoming Attendant 111 Powder Puff 121 Senior Class 12. STANLEY MATRAS Marching Band 10, II, 123 Symphonic Wind En- semble IO, II, 12, Cross Country 11. BRIAN MATTHEWS Tree Basketball 12. ix 1--Y 'tr-' QF SF E"'uv J 1 j il Q.. it xlxi' ., lfzg ml fix Lyle Mattson Karoline Louise McArthur janet MqClu5kgy Sean McCluskey John C. McCoy S , 'Obs Colleen McCreary Parsa J. McGraw h'Nr 1'-'fr xr, -t 16.1 John McLoughlin Mark McNelis LYLE MATTSON KAROLINE MCARTHUR Karol, Mac Wrestling Aide 10, Swim Timer 10, ll, 12, DCT 123 Powder Puff 123 Swim Leader ll. JANET MCCLUSKEY SEAN MCCLUSKEY Soccer 10, ll, 121 Investment Club 123 Spirits 10, 11, 12. JOHN MCCOY Wrestling 10, ll, 12. COLLEEN MCCREARY Megan McLaughlin bill , J Y' 1 Robert J. McVey DAVID MCG RAW Not Pictured. PARSA MCGRAW Pars Vocational Child Care ll, 123 Hero Club Secre- tary ll, 12. KIM MCKENNA Squirt Not Pictured. Vocational Automotives ll, 12. MEGAN MCLAUGHLIN Sweet Cross Country 10, ll, 12, Basketball 10, ll, 123 hi ,,47 1 ,Q-,gm , - N This book is sure excitingll Swim Team llg GLC ll, Student Council ll, Secretary 12, NHS ll, 12, Powder Puff ll: Spir- its l2g Office Aide 101 Senior Class 11. JOHN MCLOUGHLIN JB, Basketball 10, Football 10, ll, 12, BRIAN MCNAMARA Not Pictured MARK MCNELIS Tennis ll, 12g Key Club 1 1, IZ, Investment Club 12, Bowling Club 10, ll, l2gR11dio Club ll ROBERT XlCVFY Bob 2 210 KEVIN MEANEY . , W P l lo, Sk- Cl b Chorus 103 Basketball 103 Choral Masters 11, l2: ?5vlTlTT?inPiRL,Jelr' glib ci? ' I u Powder Puff 12, Swim Timer 103 Nurse's Aide Boo, Berry 11, 123 Close Up 12. MICHAEL MEDVE Baseball 10, 11. JOHN MIKLOS Stats MARY MEDVES ROBERT METCALF ski Club 10, 11, JOHN MISCH Not Pictured DENISE MEYERS Dee Key Club 103 Spirits 10g Ski Club 101 Sophomore BARRY MITAN 1 1 i 1 1 Euc1id's newest exchange student!! Tv? 'Q I I Barry W, Mitan Michael A. Mizek Vocational Accounting ll, 123 Basketball Man- ager 12, Football 10, 11, 121 Basketball 10. Marching Band 10, ll, 123 Symphonic Wind En- semble 10, 11, 122 Big Show 101 Choral Masters 123 Pep Band 10, 11. MICHAEL MIZEK Baseball 10, 11, 12. RICHARD MOLNAR RONALD MOSER ROBERT MOSES 19+ ,fer x., .rf Kevin Meaney Michael Medve Mary Medves is 405 4' 'XA iv' '65, CSTV "Y" Robert J. Metcalf Denise M. Meyers John E- Miklos fn- bf ,Ex L ' iai-5fI5'i5a3 ' Richard J. Molnar Ronald R. Moser R0bCl'i M0525 THERESA MULLINS Terri Majorette Club 105 Powder Puff 12. MARY MULLOWNEY Not Pictured. COLLEEN MURPHY Murl' GLC 11g Powder Puff 12. LYNN MURPHY DCT 12. 5E 'our 'fs '-'TD-' Theresa Mullins Colleen M. Murphy Lynn Murphy l'1"N Y Bill Musick Marcia Myers 'Z-' A "" Qs . 1 1 A I Todd Nawor Richard A. Neiman THOMAS MURPHY JOSEPH MUSCATELLO Musky Football 10, 12g Wrestling 12g Spirits 121 Invest- ment Club 12. BILL MUSICK Investment Club 12. MARCIA MYERS Nurse's Aide 10, 11, 123 Survey 103 Yearbook 12g 'Te' 'gl 1 Powder Puff 12, TODD NAWOR Tennis 10, 11, 12g Golf 123 Key Club ll, 123 Ski Club ll, 123 Powder Puff Announcer 12. RICHARD NEIMAN Rick Football 10, 11, 12g Basketball 10, ll, 123 Out- door Track IOQ Investment Club l2L Spirits 12, 12 Thomas F. Murphy Joseph R. Muscatello XX -'n 1 'P-4" " P - fsiif if' H lk Hgjigg Jmggzff 1' Xi , A 1' 1 1 i i ' X i A ' A 5 I .fa - -977,- 'Gif .4115 ff-ig it A aegis? 'E , f 1 I Don't worry about his picture. it's ours they want! 2 212 JILL NEMECEK Nem, Sis Cheerleader 10, 11, 12: Sophomore Chorus 103 Choral Masters 11, 123 Hockey Aide 101 Big Show 10, 113 Student Council 12, Powder Puff 12. KEITH NICHOLSON Basketball 10, 11. DENISE NICHTING Nicky Cheerleader 10, 11, 121 Spirits 10, 11, 12, Powder Puff 12, Investment Club 12, Student Council 11, TADEUSZ NOSAL Not Pictured. JOSEPH NOVAK Joey Marching Band 10, Concert Band 10. ZDENKO NOVKOVIC ..Z.. Not Pictured. Soccer 10, ll, 12. JOSEPH NOZLING Joe Baseball 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11g Spirits 11, 12. EILEEN O'BRIEN Pink Panthers 10g Wrestling Aide 10, Vocational Stenography llg COE Treasurer 12, GLC 11. JOSEPH O'DONNELL LISA OGOREK Not Pictured. COLLEEN O'NEI LL Vocational Stenography 11, Presi- dent 12g Investment Club 12. BELINDA ORAV JOHN ORTMAN Ort Indoor Track 10, 11, 123 Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12. PAULA OWEN Vocational Accounting 12. CHRISTOPHER OWENS Chris Marching Band 10, 1 1, 121 Concert Band 103 Symphonic Wind Ensem- ble 11, 12, Tennis 10, 11, 121 Pep Band ll, 12. Seniors Polled On A poll given to several senior home- rooms revealed some interesting facts about the future plans of the class of 1981. For example 68672: of those polled planned to go on to some form of higher education 2595 intended to go to work ed to join the service, Concerning the question of marriage 9496 said that they plan to marry sometime in the future. According to the survey the most popular time to marry is between the Future Plans ages of 22-25 with 26-30 age bracket placing second and the 18-21 age bracket coming in a distant third. The final question asked concerning marriage dealt with the future marriage partner. Only 1412 of those polled an- high school sweetheart in the future. Thus the average EHS senior plans to go to college marry in his mid-twenties but marry someone other than his present girlfriend! full-time upon graduation, and 7'Zw intend- swered that they did expect to marry their 3 - V, i " ,-7' - 1--' ' ' .fr . EQ ix-1" , -. We tt , z f Jill Ann Nemecek Keith Nicholson "Nc , 5. F If L- ' F 7.3 H21 It , Y ... X 'ft ' ' t . .- X N s x 'X ,c marks,-L ' '- - 1'3- B in "TU l . ' 4 N 1 Denise M. Nichting Joseph Novak 'Y x 'frrf 1--ff A, TN 'N Q . .4, '- IQ'--1 -.:-.191 l. x Joseph S, Nozling Eileen O'Brien Joseph O'Donnell Colleen 0'NCill 4 I-get s g ' i v I - K ' S- . gs -,- M 3.5. A N -fe 1 1 fe . ef- Q-V " . ' V ' s Q J' V x 5 T ' B nie? . Belinda Orav John Ortman Paula Owen Christopher Owens Don't bother me, I'm in the middle ofa delicate operation! Vvv Q5 9...- if Philip Pallarlie Nestor Papageorge Anthony Patlield :ox 117 w Linda M. Payne Lisa R, Payne Albert A, Peklay 'S ms.. 1-N, it N N14 the A Susan D. Paul Qi. we Las 154' X Greg S. Penny PHILIP PALLANTE Soccer 10. ll, l2g Indoor Truck 10. llg Outdoor Track 10, ll N ESTOR PA P.-XG EORG E Soccer IO. ANTHONY PATFIELD SUSAN PAUL Spunky Office Aide 10, Student Council 123 Senior Class llg Yearbook ll, Spirits llg Marching Band An- nouncer ll, llg Powder Puff IZ, Choral Masters I2LTr:1ck Munuger ll, llg PA Announcer ll LINDA PAYNE COE 12 LISA PAYNF DCT I2 ALBERT PEKI AY Pck, -Xl Baseball IO, ll, ll, Footbull 10. ll, llbpirits IO, Il, I1,0l-.X ll. Voc.1lion.il ,-Xrcounting Prcsideni 12. lcttcrmcn Llub ll, I2 RlCllARD M PFI TOX Ru Not Pictured Hill Play ll, Winter Pl.iy l- w GREG PENNY B.iscb.ill lll. Spirits ll 7 1. LISA PENNY Basketball 10, 11, 123 Softball 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 12. ADRIENNE PEROVSEK Ad, Hoover OEA 11, Historian 12, RICHARD PERUSEK Ernie STACY PETITTO Not Pictured. CHARLES A. PETRASKA Chuck Not Pictured. Cross Country 10, 11, 123 Hockey 10, 11, 12. DAVID PETRI Not Pictured. VINCE PICOZZI MARCIA PIERCE Wai Napolo 10, 11, 123 Football Aide 103 Sopho- more Class IOQ Yearbook IOQ Powder Puff 123 Ski Club 123 Student Council 123 Spirits 123 Big Show 11. MATTHEW PIRCHNER Lisa A. Penny tw '- 'Vx iw-L it V , .- . Adrienne R. Perovsek Richard J. Perusek it- if-P 'NA QT , . Nr'-"' tt- 31 rg. ,, . Super Senior Spirit!! Pirch Indoor Track 12. DEBBIE PITTOCK Curly Student Secretary 12, COLEEN POE Larry Nurse's Aide 11. DIANE POLASKI Moe Powder Puff 12. ,X 'ff ' 2V' fix .5 ,. .--9 , fi t , . f vi. , ,ff ,F Vince Picozzi Marcia J. Pierce 6 A 5 . I 4:',i"7', S x ., Xt -4, 2- 'W 'I 15 "f . , 5? Q A 4 . Qt 9 . , , .... tw, Q Matthew P, Pirchner Debbie Pittock KT? ,N-fx 1--r . of In I ' ' VI ' Qr . h 6 m 3. Coleen Noell Poe Diane Polaski X vs f ,v DARLENE PONGALLO Ponge Softball 10, 11. DAVID PONSART Zart Orchestra 10, 113 Big Show Orch. 10. JOSEPH PORTEN Pudge Golf 10, 11, 12g Stage Band ll, 123 Pep Band 11, 12g Marching Band 10, 11, 12g NHS 11,121Pow4 der Puff Coach 12. SANDRA POST DECA 11. Not Pictured. WILLIAM POTTS Not Pictured. PN 'Pi :ru 1,5 ,-' 5- Darlene Pongallo David Paul Ponsart ,g-sv .5 Geoffrey Pritchard Barbara Prizzi sr 'C.':,7 K I R- Thomas Radcliffe Steve Rado KX DON NA POWERS Dunkin' Donna Student Secretary 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 12, WILLIAM POZUN Not Pictured. CHRIS PRINGLE GEOFFREY PRITCHARD LISA PYSELL Pie Not Pictured Track Aide 103 Office Aidc 11 THOMAS RADCLIFFE Concert Band 10, 113 Symphonic Wind Ensemble STEVE RA DO 125 Stage Band 11, 12. Basketball 10, 11g Investment Club 12 BARBARA PRIZZ1 GIA RAFFAELE Priz Rafi' Track 10, 1 1, 12g Powder Puff 123 Office Aide 12. Basketball 10, llg Softball 10, ll, 12g Powder Puff 123 Senior Class 12g Ofhce Aide ll, DIANE PURVIS Pervert PAULIUS RAMUNAS Pink Panthers 10, Not Pictured, A gill? he 39 WP' .J ' . 4 X cyl , Joseph Porten Donna M. Powers Diane Purvis Iyx Gia Raffaele What do you do Chris Pringle if your lingers get stuck? 2 7 'X AWN 'E' ,215 -'J :l 1 1 - f- .. R L .Q Vicki Rask Diane Rayer X . !N 9,1 vs g. 6' 1 . 1 . .-f- gig- 3 N., iwgug., I. N ,. . . -If-gifs Want an elf for your stocking? ' J ..- ' ""a ... - I K A : Deia Rice VICKI RASK Ski Club ll, JAMES RAY Not Pictured. DIANE RAYER MICHAEL REDMAN Mike Not Pictured. Wrestling 10, 11, 12, DAVID REESE Not Pictured JOHN REI LLY Not Pictured. Football 103 Outdoor Track 10. Ronald J. Rich 've 1' C' Q gl Edward C. Riczinger BRIAN RENO NHS 11, 123 Yearbook 10, 11, 123 Survey 123 Key Club 11, 123 Pep Band 10, 11, 121 Marching Band 10, 11, 123 Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10, 11, IZQ Radio Club 10, 11, I21 Big Show Orch. 10, 113 Lab Assistant 10, 11, 123 Senior Class Cabinet 12. JOHN T. RENSHAW Big John Not Pictured, Wrestling 103 Sophomore Chorus 103 Choral Masters 12. FRANK REPAR Ski Club 10, 11, IZQ Outdoor Track 10, 12. DEIA RICE Brian Reno Frank M. Repar in-ff f Cynthia L. Ritzu Brenda Roberts Library Aide 11, 12. RONALD RICH Ron Wrestling 10, 11, 12, EDWARD RICZINGER .lake CYNTHIA RITZU Ritzy Cheerleader 11, 123 Gymnastics 103 Spirits 10, 11, 123 Senior Class 123 Student Secretary 113 Office Aide 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 12. BRENDA ROBERTS Road Dog Powder Puff 12. 1. li If W ,,. for s , V ax ,, I X lo f si' ,,- ' A f'-' I sf-' 'si I 1 C I I . ' 1 9 ,K 1K N G 4 i I 'i A , A' , , I Michael Roeder Steven Rolik Jeanette Roper Cynthia Ross Paul D, Roggmann any sv- x., IIE. 935 N., 'tiff' 'Q vs 'Tv Thomas Ruzich Christina Ryder Sharon Jeanne Rymarezyk T9 .s,x QS,-v S., 'VN In.. Lori Sajn Dana Lynn Salem Denise Santgn I just love all this attention! MICHAEL ROEDER STEVEN ROLIK Ski Club 11, 12. JEANETTE ROPER J.R. DECA 11, Vice-President 12, Senior Class 12, Investment Club 125 Powder Puff 121 Swim Lead- erll. JOHN ROSE Not Pictured. CYNTHIA ROSS NORMA ROSS Not Pictured, PAUL ROSSMANN Swim Team 10, 11, 1 23 Water Polo 10, 11, 121 Concert Band 10, 11, Swim Leader 11gSpirits 11, 12. THOMAS RUZICH Water Polo 10, 111 Marching Band 101 Concert Band IO, Swim Team 10, ll. CHRISTINA RYDER Chrissy Volleyball IO, l1, 12, Sophomore Class 10, Spir- its 11, 121 Powder Pull' 12, Ad Club 12, Senior Class 121 GLC ll, 123 Student Council ll, Trea- surer 12. SHARON RYMARCZYK Powder Puff 12g DECA Treasurer 12, Senior Class 12. FRAN K SAJ N Not Pictured. LORI SAJN Sis Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, Spirits 10, 11, llg Big Show 113 Powder Puff 123 Choral Masters 11. Swim Leader 111 Investment Club 12 DANA SALEM Swim Team 101 Swim Team Manager ll: St-.im Timer 10, ll, 12, Wai Napolo ll: DECA ll, Varsity Chorale 123 Swim Leader ll: Fall Play 10,l1,1IgWinter Play 10.11, 123 Big Show 10, ll, PETE SANELLI Wolfy Not Pictured. DENISE SANTON GREGORY SANTONJ Not Pictured RICH SCALETTA ROBERT SCHAFER Cross Country 113 Outdoor Track 11. ALEX SCHILLER Tim LORI SCHMIDT CAROL SCHNEIDER Swim Leader 113 Volleyball Manager 115 Powder Puff 123 COE 12. WILLIAM A. SCHUHLE Bill Not Pictured. Football 10, 11, 123 Yearbook 11, 12. MARK SCHULTZ Not Pictured. KEN SCHULZ Not Pictured. Hockey 10, 11. PAUL SCHULZ Not Pictured. Water Polo, 10, llg Swim Team 10. ROBERT SCOTT Pugs Senior Class 121 Student Council 123 Yearbook 123 OWE 11, 123 Media Aide 12. DAMIR SEGINA Not Pictured. JANE SEIDEL Yearbook 10, 113 Horsemanship 10. DOREEN SEUFFERT COE 12. BONITA SHADY Not Pictured. DERICK SHARPLEY N"T?""'r' FZQ. 505 Qt 9, ilk-ag Rich J. Scaletta if x - egg ni ri, 1,3053 1 M5 gs" ' www' , on I feel a bit faint today! Lori Schmidt ft ik . Nz -55 W - - . ' . 1-, '--. :- f,5, g-mn,,. , -14' . 'P 45'-I 'eng S: mx!! 'QP' IJ' -ISHS Seidel Doreen Seuffert Derick Sharpley 213 JOSEPH SHAY Not Pictured. AMY SHEI Not Pictured. CYNTHIA SHEI Not Pictured. ROBERT P. SHERIDAN Roach Not Pictured. MARK SHIMONEK Shimmy Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, 11, 12. JANE SHUNK Cheerleader 10, 11, 124 Big Show 10, 11g Ski Club 10, 1 13 Student Secretary 1 1, 123 Varsity Chorale 125 Student Council 123 Spirits 10, 11, 123 Powder Puff 12. 1' igff :- ' VK, , P i f I X Q 4 A 1 ' i Roben James Schafer Alex Schiller E 3 Sf Carol Schneider Roben Eugene Scott fir ZBA .1 1, SY K. ,X . .xxx ., Mark A. Shimonek Jane C. Shunk t K SHERRI SIEFERD SCOTT SIEGEL Not Pictured. WADE! SMAH Wrestling IO, llg DECA ll, l2. SHARON SLEITH Mulmlla ' ' RAYMOND s1M1c1Ns gftldigpgffg?1lS5ni0ftC'1wT7I2a Spirits 12: Ad Not Pictured. Concert Band 10' U - U '-n CCW MY -- Outdoor Truck I2 NAVKARAN SINGH JAMES E. SLOMINSKI RICHARD SMITH Basketbaii l0g Tennis io, ll, l2g Key Ciub 1 1, 123 E0'l0f,I't d Rifk H W 7 I NHS ll' 122 Ski Club ll' 12: Indoor Track IQ' o tc ure . Baseball l0gSk1CIub, 10, ll, I-, I-ontbull I2 Hockey 12. SANDRA SNYDER DEBRA SKULA DONNA SLY Sandy Nay-Nay Sophomore Class IOQ Junior Class llg Senior PATRICIA SLAVEC Marching Band IO, llg Student Secretary l2. C1355 123 Student Council l2l powder puff IZA 05 Q 9 X fir .1 ., mn 7 1 ..v,.1,,- A 'X X if 3. I '.-- 1 Sherri Sieferd Scott Siegel Raymond Simkins Navkaran B, Singh Debra Skula 5.-ug I Sharon A. Sleith Donna Renee Sly ev- , A-,X 'C' "" I -gx ,S ,A - A Richard C. Smith Sandra Snyder May I help you" 7 220 LORI SOBECKI COE 12. SUSAN SOEDER LISA SON Volleyball 10, ll, 121 Basketball 101 Softball IOLGLC 11: Wrestling Aide 113 Powder Puff 12g COE 12. ANTHONY SORENSEN Tony Investment Club 12. WILLIAM SOWERS Not Pictured. NICK SPIRANOVICH Not Pictured. Soccer 10. TAMMY SPRAGUE Not Pictured, DOUG SPRINGER Swim Team 11. 123 Office Aide l 1, 12. JANE SRNOVRSNIK COE 123 Powder Puff 123 Invest- ment Club l23 Concert Band 10, llg Marching Band 10. GERARD STACK Not Pictured, KATHLEEN STANKE Kathy Powder Puff 121OEA ll, 123 Vo- cational Accounting 11, President 12. LORI STARMAN Not Pictured. Office Aide 10, 11, 12. BARBARA STARR Barb Swim Team 10, 11, 123 Swim Tim- er ll, 123 Concert Band 10, 113 Marching Band 10, 113 Ad Club 11, 123 Wai Napolo 11, 123 Invest- ment Club l21 Senior Class 123 Spirits ll, 123 Powder Puff 123 Wa- ter Polo Aide 11, 12. KURT STEEBER Not Pictured. Hockey 10, 113 Basketball 10. LAU RA STEY ER Not Pictured. DIANNE STIPKOVICI-I Stip OEA ll, 12. MARY BETH STRAGISHER Not Pictured. NHS ll, 12g Basketball 10, ll, 123 Volleyball 11, 123 Track 10. MARK STRAUB l it t 4. '-1 ,. XP 'W 4..g--wir Everyone say "cheese"!! fgv C., A. 'l Lori Sobecki Susan Soeder Ha, 2 - Lisa Son Q. 5'-A .XX .L Doug Springer Jane Srnovrsnik Kathleen Stanke Q..- 1 hai' - -Qs. Anthony A. Sorensen . .QR is 3, 1 a Q Barbara Starr if 3 Eg Q-ff -wo 3. Q"""-'v- ,S ing DENISE STRAU55 . Dianne Stipkovich Mark Straub Denise Marie Strauss Richard Strickland Vocational Stenography Historian 11, 123 Wrestling Aide 113 Office Aide 123 Powder Puff 123 Swim Leader 113 Volleyball Manager 112 Majorette Club 10. RICHARD STRICKLAND C1 V7 We are Santa s elves 'QX ah fa ' "' -7' sr Tr. Wendy Stroud Lisa Stupansky Keith Sufka Kevin Sufka I-,Xqfx ft-I La. 4' Gary Summerhill Gary Supinski Taeyung Surh Mark Svigel WENDY STROUD Casper Track 10, 11, 123 Eucuyo 10g Sur- vey 11, 125 Fall Play 12g Winter Play 121 Marching Band 10, llg Office Aide 103 Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. LISA STUPANSKY Yearbook 123 Powder Puff 123 Stu- dent Secretary 12. KEITH SUFKA KEVIN SUFKA MILAN SULIC Not Pictured, GARY SUMMERHILL Goose Marching Band 10, ll, 12g Sym- phonic Wind Ens-:mble 10, 11. II: Pep Band 10. GARY SLIPINSKI TAEYLJNG SURH Tae Wrestling 10, llg Key Club 125 Ski Club 12. MARK SVIGEL TIMOTHY SWEENEY Not Piclurcd, ONYE ll. 12. KAREN SWlER Not Pictured. 22 JEANINE SWOBODA Space Cross Country 10, 11, 123 Track 10, 11, 12, Ad Club 10, llg Orchestra 10, 12, GLC 11, 12g Sur- vey 12g Office Aide 121 Swim Team 12, Powder Puff 121 Spirits 10, ll, 12. DEBI LYNN SZALAY Luscious Not Pictured. DECA 11, 12, Powder Puff 12. LAURA SZOZDOWSKI NANCY TAKIGUCI-ll Tak, Bun,E. Powder Puff 123 Ski Club 101 Sophomore Chorus 101 Vocational Art 11, 12, JAMAR TARR .lake lndoor Track 10, 11, 121 Outdoor Track 10, 11, 123 Investment Club 12. HARVEY TAULIEN Football 101 Survey 12. LORI TEPLEY Tep Track 10, ll, 123 NHS 11, 123 Marching Band 10, 11g Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. 113 Senior Class 12, Student Council 12. tl ff-me ..- ,...-V The Killer Tomato and friends! ... Jeanine Swoboda Laura Szozdowski is 5' if we--"' .-sl ""'rewe Nancy Takiguchi .lamar John Tarr ? M 3' '4 it W, X X . rzhfa .5-1 Harvey J. Taulien Lori Ann Tepley BARBARA THEUS Barb Volleyball 105 GLC ll. EDWARD THOMAS Outdoor Track ll, 125 Indoor Track 125 Powder Puff Cheerleader 12. YN JENNIFER THOMAS Jen Swim Leader ll. Big Show 115 Student Council 125 Wai Napolo 10, ll, 125 Track 125 Senior Class 125 Spirits 10, ll, 12, Powder Puff 125 Sophomore Chorus 10. WILLIAM THOMAS ' THOMAS THOME JAMES THOMPSON Jimmy Not Pictured. Bowling Club I0, ll, 12, JOHN THOMPSON Not Pictured, 1 A 'X I 'T 'foe' .qi .- av -. 'J ' Y N gran :lr 1 S-F-a X N X V - x' 4 . .' 7 X .-E.:-.5-,L-, g . X L l A -xN f KA i Barbara Ann Theus Edward C. Thomas Jennifer Thomas William Thomas Thomas Thome Senior lays Arm For Real 'S '. 1 --yt' Military service is one career decision that John Glicken won't have to make after graduation. For most high school seniors, military service is only a vague possibility to be considered if college or a full-time job does not work out. But for one EHS senior, John Glicken, the military is a part of daily life since he is a member of the active Army Reserve. Suffering from a chronic problem of students everywherefboredom-John dropped out of school in hisjunior year. He signed up in the Army Reserve and began a six month term of active service in March 1979. John completed basic training at Fort Jackson, South Caroli- na, and went to Fort Lee, Virginia, for advanced training. John said that the uncertainty of the first few days in boot camp was the low point of the exper- ience, closely followed by chemical warfare training. The most enjoyable part of basic training for John was the firing range. Like all new recruits, he was taught to operate and fire the stan- dard model rifle, machine gun, grenade launcher, and hand-held, anti-tank weapon. But if you think that John's training has turned him into a fire- breathing warmonger, he admits that the night firepower display put on for recruits at the end of their training gave him a new appreciation of the phrase: War is hell. As a member of the active Reserve. John must attend meetings one week- end per month and a two-week summer camp each year. He also must go to Camp Perry, Ohio. each year for weap- ons qualilication. For all this, John, who is a corporal in the 428th Reserve Unit located in Warrensville Heights, earns S80 per month. Finally, John's army experience showed him the importance of a high school diploma since he found it diffi- cult to advance-even in the army-without one. Since he has re- turned to school, John-a proud mem- ber of the class of 1981--has main- tained a B average. 224 .Vx Q--'Y Patty Trost THOMAS TONKLI Tonk Survey ll, 123 Powder Puff Coach PATRICK TOOLE Not Pictured. LOUIE TORTORICI Lou Vocational Automotives ll, ll. RONALD TREBEC Ron Investment Club 125 Tennis IZ. 3, LJTK ia.. i if I Thomas F. Tonkli Louie T0l'tOl'iCi 9-. 'S5 'S Q f 5 F f X ik!-'X J-I u. Q 'li 1 if I W' Kathy, get Serious! Ronald Trebec Eric Treichel axe, X ff? Z. h Q7' ix If f Steven Turk David Turner Angela Tyler Connie J. Ucic ERIC TREICHEL DAVID TURNER Football io, ll, 12g Investment Club 12. Dave Vocational Automotives Il, 12. PATTY TROST Puddy ANGELA TYLER Angie JOHN TURCINOV Sophomore Class 105 Close Up I2. Not Pictured Sgccer 12, CONNIE Office Aide ll. STEVEN TURK Steve Investment Club 12g Vocational Automotives ll, 12. 4 Li f Jil L -Q 19 'bg ' Q gg K9' SQ., ,W -- N Joseph J. Udovic Andrew Ulle Michael D. Urbas Nancy Valencic James Valentine .fl Us x .I Z Dr. Bergem sits in on a Wednesday morning Senior Class meeting. JOSEPH UDOVIC MICHAEL URBAS NANCY VALENCIC Joe, Joey Mike Library Aide 10, ll, 12: Spirits 123 Senior Class -'AMES VALENTINE 123 Investment Club l2g Survey llg DECA ll. ROBERT J- VAHCIC Rvax Rob Basketball 101 Golf IO, ll. ANDREW ULLE Not Pictured. Andy ! 2 DANIEL VANAH Dan TAMMY VAN BENEDEN .IENA VANEK Student Secretary 113 Swim Timer 11, 123 Senior Class 121 Swim Leader 11g Spirits 123 Powder 13.2 Puff 123 COE 12. BRIAN VEHAR Victor Football 10, ll, 12g Indoor Track 113 Outdoor Track 10, 11, 123 Lettermen IO, 11, 12. SUZANNE VERNON L D I r mfg - 'i i of l'm afraid to go in alone! Sue Student Secretary ll, 123 Spirits 11. RUSSELL VIDRICK Not Pictured. GARY VISAGE i ivy N I I Daniel Vanah Tammy Van Beneden 'Q Jena Vanek Brian A. Vehar 'f 'C' 'PH Suzanne Vernon Gary M. Visage R VlCKl VOASE Mrs. Myers JOHN VOLOTA Marching Band 103 Concert Band 10. TERRY VOSS Concert Band IO. KAREN VULICH Bear Volleyball IO. ll, 123 So IO, ll. LAURA WACHHAUS ftball 10, ll, l2g Spirits Vicki Anne Voase -I"-.z 7 X 0 lit 3 Terry S. Voss 'WX 'G 5, Laura B, Wachhaus 3 John Volota Iv- X .-A Karen Vulich 'uv ., Er vx. f S jf Angela Wallace Hockey Aide IZQ Survey 12. ANGELA WALLACE CAREN WALSH FRANCIS WALTERS l0g Spirits l2, GLC I I, YVLTTL WATRINS Ciynti Not Pictured Office Aide lil, l l, Softball lfl, I l, Nurses Aide 10 JENNIFER WATSON Allah ll Jenny Cross Country 10, ll, l2g Indoor Track IO, ll, l2g Outdoor Track 10, l2g Investment Club IZ, TRAVIS WEBSTER CAROL WARD Not Pictured. Sir Duke Not Pictured. Basketball ll fvx Caren Walsh Judy, l think the ceiling is falling on us! ,- - Francis David Walters Jennifer Watson DORI WEISS JENNIFER JILL WHALING Jill Not Pictured. Winter Festival Attendant 103 Vo- cational Clerk Typist President ll, 12g P.A. Announcer l2g Powder Puff 12. DONNA WHELAN Vocational Clerk Typist Secretary llg COE 12. ALLISON WHITE RICKY WHITMORE Not Pictured. PEGGY WIEGAND Vocational Child Care l l, l2g Hero Club ll, 12. CRAIG WILLIAMS Nick RAYMOND WILLIAMS Not Pictured, ROBERT WILLRICH Not Pictured. DOUGLAS WINSTEAD Bum Vocational Automotives ll, l2. ANN WINTLE Entwisel, Dimps Track Aide 10g Yearbook IO, I2 Entertainment ,Sl . Each graduating class has its own particular set of characteristics which make it different from those classes be- fore it. One characteristic is the enter- tainment that the class as a whole en- joys. The following is a sizing-up of the class of '81 on entertainment. 8021 of the class of '81 attended a movie theater between one and three times a month. 80076 of the class also had been to a rock concert at some time. With entertainment comes food- most of the time fast food. The most popular fast food was pizza, and the most popular place to eat pizza was 44' Q.-.... iq., Track Aide 101 Yearbook 10, 12L Dori A. Weiss Donna M. Whelan OEA ll, 123 Powder Puff l2: Sen- ior Class l2g GLC llg Investment Club l2g Vocational Stenography Il, I2. DONALD WOLFF I .., I never said I was a professional! Craig Douglas Williams A 55 Armao's. Other favorite places includ- ed Carmella's and the Back Alley. For socializing after a game, McDon- alds was the unanimous favorite. Other 'A places mentioned were going to some- one's house for a party. Armao's, and Bob's Big Boy. If there were no game or movie to go to, the most popular activi- ties included watching TV, listening to the stereo, or talking on the phone. To get to such places of entertain- ment as football games, concerts, and restaurants meant that transportation was needed. Obviously, most seniors drive to such events, and 3576 of them 5 drive their own cars. e S A . --tsl 'E' . L, . I , I A '-fr' is Q9 '12 I 4 " .1 Rb? 572 I ' 1', 1' 7 I' gg 5 J t V 1. fi Allison White Peggy Wiegand r- - g -- 'WS wr, .f I 'M' 5.1 gf 5-.. Q7-' if - fi T Q'-3--r bl Ann Marie Wintle Donald Wolff QQ .. . ,Mi Douglas Mark Winstead gn 3 Ti? . ,,l. 1 0 f N It I 'v 3 ' . N- iff' , X .Liga I ': 4' J? ' Mai' I - J, . N ' ew 1 KP J? Q kwa'-3 i 'T-' 1 Is that his idea of a joke? ze - A 3 ,V x- . 5, "--, Y '. ,J 1 '. Robert Wolons David Woodruff Eugene Wrenn Wendy Wright , 'X gs a l x.. f 'Y Q3 Q x l 1 1 j K l if 1 ri X ' X -A 1 ' ' Halle Wuchter Kristin Yamane Gregory James Yartz JHCK YalSk0 -4" . AS. .1 SKA f'-'e'1 ROBERT WOLONS DAVID WOODRUFF Woody Marching Band 103 Concert Band 103 Cross Country 11, 123 Outdoor Track 11, 12. EUGENE WRENN WENDY WRIGHT Wai Napolo 10, 11, 123 Ski Club 103 Ad Club 11, 113 Senior Class 123 Powder Puff' 123 Swim Leader ll. HALLE WUCHTER Bean Swim Timer 11, KRISTIN YAMANE Cheerleader 10, ll. ll, Homecom- ing Queen 123 Vocational Stenog- raphy Historian 12: Office Aide 1 13 Powder Puff 12. GREGORY YARTZ CIN DY YATES Not Pictured, JACK YATSKO Basketball 103 Powder Puff Coach 12. MICHAEL YECKLEY Yee Football 10, 11. 12g Outdoor Track 10, 12: Pow- der Pull' Coach 123 Lettermen Club 11. 121 Puff Coach 121 Lettermen Club Il. 12. JOSEPH YEHL Not Pictured. MICHAEL YENTZ Wrestling 10, 11. CHRISTOPHER ZAFFLE Chris Not Pictured. Vocational Data Processing Vice-President Il, 12. DAVID ZAGORE Dave Soccer IO, 113 Wrestling IO, 1 lgSpirits 10, 11. 123 Senior Class Cabinet 123 Key Club 10, ll, Presi- dent 123 Gym Leader 10, 123 Powder PuIt'Coach KENNETH YERMAN 12. Football 10. Il, DOUGLAS YONKOIQSKI Not Pictured, IZ. MICHAEL ZAHORSKY Mike Vocationzil Data Processing 11, 12. T9x- sa ' 'K YI x 'QQ-:' V I gy' xi M Michael YCCklCy Michael Yentz Kenneth Yerman STEVEN ZAK LYNNE ZAKRAYSEK Lydia Football Aide 10, llg Pink Panthers 103 Voca- tional Stenography Secretary 113 COE Secretary 12. KEVIN ZALLER Cross Country 10g Indoor Track 11, 12. MON ICA ZAWOJ EK 94 s. ?"' ' 'S' David Zagore Michael Zagorsky l I Mike Redman strives for perfection! ga -6 A Steven Zak Lynne Zakraysek 9"n'. X- 'IT5 "1 , Aix if 7 C' f . Kevin Zaller Monica Zawojek ERIC ZEBOLD Swim Team 10, ll, 123 Outdoor Track 10, I l, 121 Water Polo 10, ll, 123 Wai Napolo Comedy Crew 10. SHARON ZIEHM EDWARD ZIGMAN TONY ZINGALE az.. Basketball 10, 113 Spirits 10, ll, 12, Office Aide 12, Vocational Data Processing President Il, 12. ROBERT ZNIDARSIC Bob, Stein, Sinbad, Ziggy OWE ll, 123 Senior Class 123 Student Council I7 E I Q- ' FSH?-Z. fi ' - -' ' 1 'L . . , V A Q X . ' 1 X A . e . , I X s 6 I lil. s l Eric Zebold Snaron Lienm Edward Zigman Tony Zingale Robert Znidarsic Euclid Kuo n Around The World How did you spend last summer's vacation? Kathy Drury and Beth Mabel spend theirs in Europe as AFS exchange students, Euclid High School's influence is felt all over the world. This past summer, two EHS seniors visited foreign lands. Beth Mabel went to Finland and Kathy Drury visited Turkey as representatives of the AFS International Intercultural Programs. Kathy and Beth went through several interviews and a screening process to be chosen. Both girls spent ten weeks in their respective countries. Beth stayed with a family in Mikkeli, Finland. She spent much of the time at her host family's two cottages. Beth found that America was popular cultur- ally, but not politically. American jeans were especially popular, with Levi's selling for S40-550 American dollars a pair. During her stay, Beth saw many Punk Rockers and New Waves, but the most predominant fad was the '50Pgreased-back hair on boys and poodle skirts on girls. Kathy lived in the small city of Ordu in northeastern Turkey with a family of six that spoke English fluently. While in Turkey, Kathy visited many mosques, bazaars, and museums, She found Tur- key's largest cities, Istanbul and Anka- ra, to be very modern. Turkish teens enjoyed many of the same things American teens do: movies. sports tes' pecially soccerl, and music lparticular- ly discol. Both Kathy and Beth enjoyed their trips and said that they hoped to go back for return visits sometime in the future. -x V Us GJ .cg 9. ? 9.- ,,. C5 Q3 Hollywood only had three stooges. Euclid has eight! my A ., x 474. N .. , in i i r ' z .41 .. fi We always thought Leu had a screw missing. Til-kk , wit fa bg There's something about lunch period that just makes us want to dance. f-1' his And now for Jane Shunk's solo at- O.K., Dale, Halloweerfs over. You can take off tempt at a balloon crossing of Lake your mask now. Erie. 2 , - - f F . o , .3 i ' ig . I Q I A Y ' 9 I ' 3. , ,fl iv O Q , I r' S v ,,. Oops!! Dr. Bergem! Don't sneak up on me like that! These Pages Are Dedlcated To The Students And Faculty Of EHS Who Endured A Year Of Flashbulbs In Thelr Faces l l , I l J ' l x. .X tr- . 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Sxxascy Wtldwood Florlst Wllke Hardw trt York Steak House 7 7 'lm 71 7 7 79 7 7 5 75 5 S 'T 'T 7 7 75 7 73 75 73 7 75 7 3 7 7 7 7 7 '5 757 'W 'N 7 'W 'H 1 ' " '- J 263 -4l ' 237 ' 'e Q ' t ' -,lf 3 25l t ' ' -I7 ' ' . ' .e5l 5 ' 1' -49 ' -47 ' -49 : . -65 ' ' -6 W ' ' . -63 - ' ' ' . -43 ' , . 263 ' . ' 3 269 - ' -43 ' ' ' -68 '. ' N ' 25l c ' X 263 ' 26- ' ' 254 ' 246 ' 'S 253 ' ' . 257 1 26l ' ' ' 26l - ' ' ' . 2,9 ' ' , . 26l ' --4 ' ' 2-0 ' ' 269 ' ' 26l ' 6 ' 240 ' ' ' 25- ' 254 ' ' 267 f 'N 2.'6 ' , . 262 .244 ' ' ' ' 266 ' -70--7l ' ' ' 263 -40 Euclid-Race Dairy 248 Radix Wire Co. 356 ' 260 " ' ' -38 ' ' ' 240 ' ' . -I4 ' 249 ' -47 'N , . 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Q 7 , - 1 L 11-1 L .ffg ' 4 - 'E i I A 4' r - . l ' ' h Speclalusts In Comrnercual 8. Industrlal Development " . D ,Spies Bu1Iders,Ino,hastne abuluty to ha dl any ' -, d II ornmercual and undustnal development. D arge or small, from Inception to completion, - hore enter Dr 1 '! I .xIxx.lp xxhusllc xxhllc I xmrk is W: 1 GREAT LAKES INN 22350 Lake Shore Blvd 731 1800 fxvgif 'TQ' .lf '. l f all A: iff., A ivy H "'xfX Iorlay you rc on your Way All the doors Lu Q open lhcros Q1 world oi IJUSSlb1l1tlQS out thus 101 you to Qxplorc , huuflrc ds oi paths to iollow Om oi them may Lyon brlng you buck to C lc vc lcmcl to the lush, groan Holton I4 stutg m I ynrlluu at llllllli h6df1qUd1'LLFS im' A COMPANY CALLED TRW 1 1 5' l 4 I' 1 I ' v ' I It '-. 3 s ' r. . I ' , .. .. iii iii 9, lu Ill hi Ill 0 . Ill I b 4 Isl.-.Srl ""IlI"' ln W" 'nu nu ' "" Ill Ill 5 g Ill Ill lu lu nu Ill ul Ill .2232 an Ill -1-. .111 - .. fi zgjf I . 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G i., . 9 Congratulations Seniors VALUE CITY 22400 Shore Center Drrve Euclrd Ohlo 44123 731 8530 Etteltclfffxt te, Q II 1 SEI CB HB9 SHUI. ll' EUCLID RACE DAIRY AND ICE CREAM CO 503 East 200th St 481 4700 . e' Q 9 -5,39 f- at 1 .1 'gN1Q,'Tn. A I so ' ll ll E- I 1 A :lL-n,u'f' 1, I P f LINDA' ""' ' , T 71 il- 'T E ' ,Q ' gn: -"" 'Q Q 3 4 it 1? fgg , 15 F74 l .flu R' if SPL- 2 1 All ,tv F1 EQ , I Y -13, gl 1-V , , - ' , '- - an -2- ' I Leo Baur, Realtor 0 Residential ' Commercial ' Industrial ' Farms CENTURY 21 90011 Luck To The Class Of 1981 EUROPA TRAVEL 21157 Euclid Ave EUCl1d 01110 44117 911 East 185th St 692 1700 LGNDON TYRE C0 WE HAVE A TIRE TO FIT YOUR CAR AT A PRICE T0 FIT YOUR BUDGET 21217 Euclid Ave 249 5941 or 451 6565 Shock Ahsorbers O11 Lube Filters Batteries Complete Exhausts Disc Or Drum Brakes Custom Wheels Tires Expert Front End Alignment DUNLOP THE TIRE PROS V, . l . . , . . . I W m LILI-l.!"Il I - , 'au -in g .I x , . Ill!!!-lim. , I - THE rms comhifvnfvgvifiu ' 50,000 MILE cnifuuwrseo no The Euclid Hugh School BOOSTERS CLUB Salutes our tme athletes, our coaches and fans and congratulates them tor being 'Good Sports' .FI YYYO if 4 F-1-'1-'gn QL JRKDIJMES g 1 1 me Q If EFT m V 9 if SCHOOLS CHURCHES I X k4l I 1 INDUSTRIES 1 Q L-WX ,I A CL JI N1 'N Q rs? K ,f x 'J f Q Lgff Aj K! Xfl' M PANTHERS X QINL, EUCLID HIGH BCOSTERS CLUB 7 MIKE LAVIGNA JR PRESIDENT SAM CARLO VICE PRESIDENT JANICE IAFELICE SECRETARY VINNIE CARLO TREASURER O O D I '-: .-ge-,J Q X. 5,0 Ju- --,D In , f i 6 1 P X 0 V Q . i5i:5'trf'Ik:LJ,IV.?A 43,17 LL . X 0 xr eiffff-1. X 'ai ' f N i ws , ess , E f ' 'I , I' I so E ,i-9--s-,,gg f'Vff,f+:l E I I A -' 1- f S! ' fjlrf X as F V xp, X! f , , X, I mm X W A I xl I I' +G-:i"5'f Io! ,, If X '75 XXI "" ' A S i- , ' , ,L y , I 'W . ' Q I Lf : PY XX- .H k - X L lfflif - X 'lv' I A ' I I , 5 ' my a s Xe!! X I Fm? lm. . pi nk!! , .. K I 3 .1 . I A far f QI -I X' s, , Y .,,. 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A ., ! - U 'X' , if-Z " g t.A. l Day Or Night 7 Days A Week is L . . . . . . . . . . II's hard lo gel psychcd for thaw classes ,nflcr lunch Party Room ' Weddings 0 Meetings MIHELICH'S Hometown Restaurant And Lounge 830 Babbitt Road Euelld OhlO 44123 731 9689 NOTTINGHAM AUTO BODY 18927 St Cla1r Ave Cleveland Oh1o 44117 481 1337 iv PAPA JOE S SUBS 4- ., --1 .4 r ' ex ':. A -, ,h ,. -,- 1-1.11, . ,Li t, , .. . ., . -V . - , . L1 ."-.119 . X' . . - :qv as , -va . -- A C - W"-'-"' -1' -"' " 9 qv' A . , . 1, ff" -, 'if 11 1-Nh 6 3 A as . ':. F , ' ' 'H ' 552531311X 'f 41..s .. ,,mgs,,,1-Angra..- 1 . . :Q y 29 18151 JAY DEE CLEANERS 878 East 222nd St Eucl1d lDl'11O 44123 731 7060 Congratulauons And Best Wlshes To The Class Of 1981 RELIANCE 564 East 200th St E LE C TR IC 692 1068 We Are An Equal Opportumty Employer . . . . . . 9 . . '-. --'----' Y T' 'W I I V . -K1-1,1 .. ..---..1--: ., - - :..-.a:..:. A . 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WILDWOOD F LORIST Flowers By Donna d B934 P ty Fl W 486 5100 i I 20020 Lake Shore Corner East 200th SIMS BROS BUICK, INC 21601 Euclid Avenue Euclid, Ohio 44117 Phone: 481-8800 What could be bcltcr than at cufctcriu plll.l und thu cunvcrsutmn ut' gn good ricnd'7 9 C Xi' I , 5 ' ' 4175 Q as 7 4 For All Occasions , K . ' so 0 Wed ings ' Funerals ' 1,2 - I 0 ar owers 0 Fruit Basket' T Flowers Wire nywhere-Delivery L47 "H H' .-'w s 'T ff' I . I p 1 Y, t l v A ' S PAPP S BODY SHOP INC 8 RADIX WIRE SALTER COMPANY AUTQ PARTS C0 26260Lk1 dB1d E ld 0h 44132 731919 2 1 A 1 d d P' 86-3798 fir 'Q iv ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR CO INC. 19751 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44117 531 5995 Congratulations To The Class Of 1981 GABRIEL INSURANCE AGENCY 22090 Lake Shore Blvd 731 6888 -' ' 1' -.r - ' L.-' 1 IT ' ... ff-' ' I -- ' - -- ,1.. -' P .1 A I -v ,.A ,- l 1 , -D 'ur-1 'I I 'L 5 -q , -" ' if 'if ' '1 .1 , -1 J' T. , 1 Sgt-.nv '., ' 'Y . 1 ' ll" 'y 4 hx. if-1, -.I i - . E 1 -4- ' "1 ' . I' 1 I . -X A 4 I ' 1 ,I sl Q --if' Mr. Euclid meets the Wolfman. THE HILLWOGD MANUFACTURING C0 21700 St Clalr Ave Euelld Ohlo 44117 Telephone C2165 531 0300 Helyx Drive Screws-Nails-Taeks 7 STOP LOOKINGYV The Odds Are 100 To 1 We Have It ' FOREST AUTO PARTS SHERWOOD 22460B2adkeland REFRACTORIES INC 289 5000 16601 Euclld Ave C1 l d Oh 44112 Dally 8a m 10p m eve an 10 Sat 83 m Sp m Equal Opportunxty Employer Sun 9a m 5p m Leader In Hlgh Temperature Ceramlc 8a Foundry Technology All Credlt Cards Honored Best Of Luck To The 81 Graduatmg Free Parkmg C1355 1 E 44' . V I 1 x' J ' V . ', CITY A l O I . EUCLID WASHER PARTS YOUR ONE STOP APPLIANCE PARTS CENTER fWAS E s if ANGES ons s E s 451 E 200th St E cld Oho 531 5200 X 531 1522 Gpen Mon Sat 8 30 5 Congratulauons Class Gf 1981 1 'B' lull 1vr'E A, wks? FLICKINGER INC 45 20001 Euclid Ave Euclid, Chio 44117 939 East 222 St. 731-9200 EUCLID BLUE PRINT SL SUPPLY INC 11 'Qin Ike l 908 East 222nd St 731 4662 EUCLID MODEL MEAT MARKET t d All 44 B 531 47 EUCLID AUTO PARTS A Tremendous Stock Of Natlonally Advertlsed Brands At L D t P ow lscoun r1Ces AC Delco Monroe Champlo AFVIH Wagner TRW 3M Plus The Odds And Ends You Need 25801 Euclld Ave 732 7500 flI'Zfg 617161 flume PLYMOUTH 20941 Euclid Ave. 692 3900 PAINTS GLASS HOUSEWAR PLUMBING ELECTRICAL :,LJF'P GARDEN SUPPLIE Home Made Quali y Sausage Smoked Meatsvand Col Cuts of Kinda 7 ' 6 - 0- 9 . -74 vnu' "V V V ' 1 l II 1 1111 . ' I 'I I I QU In f -Msg I '+L vf' ' "f, j J-If Q if-In J L - ..1 YV!-4,4 i4vQ.AA--'--- ,E "ATT ' ' WH A A ' --2- - - - n at , VV , - - - J n be-L.. Eucun. mic. Subsidiary Of Daimier-Benz AG 22221 St. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio 44117 D1Pa01o House Of Beauty 911 East 222nd St 261 7272 Beauty Is Our Business We Specialize In Permanents And Haircuttmg I . - X J. ws' l I I' Q v .l ii T' I . K, . , I ,V 'I 5, Y .. l . - o - Q , :I -MV VJ ,. 1 , f-V - 7, y .I 47 I V1 ,.: -J , .U r . A t, , -'f L 'ls , f -' rf" .- sS ' 77 . . 1 h A N 7 .1 Q -if , '3 Lin .sw-ii., Congratulations To Thelgljalis Cf 81 McDonald s PIZZA 22291 Euclid Ave. 73l'7446 16910 Lake Shore Blvd. 1 f I a . Your Future Is Our Future EUCLID NATIDNAL BANK Member F D I C 781 3333 25571 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND BANDAG INC 19015 St Clair Ave Cleveland Ohlo C2165 531 2900 FRITZ'S TAVERN 991 Elsl 135111 S1 Congratulations, Class Cf '81 Cgmplimemg Qf Congratulations Congratulations And To The Good Luck Class Of 1981 To The Class Of 1981 FRENCH'S CHEVRGLET PHARMACY INC. 26598 Lake Shore Blvd 543 E351 185th St 731 6300 486 4400 Congratu1at1ons To The Class of 1981 gmgiss formalwear EUCLID SQUARE CQ 'l x C ' A ' X s Q1 '- V 1 X 1 A X J Q U" ' 1, , ,5 'C H ' U ' 6 qi-M -V 0 . 0 A,-'us ' 1 FRANK L BLACK J R PAINTING AND PAPERING A11 Typ Of W ll C 731 5074 Good Luck Jo ff SKI WAY MACHINE PRODUCTS d O Q 16572 OO f' rr . Ji , . I v C es a overing 24460 Lakeland Blvd. Eucli , hio 44132 9 2 ,2-90 ' ' 2 2 Prec1s10n Met 1l P111 With Every Good Wish . i i .. To The Graduates Of Euclid High School's .. 'X hv ' I ' - Class Cf 1981 --:,. .X V' gy x-'-: x I 1 -.J XS .F o"',.u x X N ve X xsgsxilii Jlrhi Ja Tl' "Y 'X N ' X 5 It ix A -.r A4 Q 'i If -IX 1' 0 X f J S NX .1 R X JI s wa. X -P ,M YoUR EUCLID CITY OFFICIALS L, I N, ' ' .iifggk S 9 ANTHONY J GUINTA MAYGR EUCLID CITY COUNCIL President Of Council Thomas Meros Councilmen W1ll1am L DeMora Ward l Donald A Malone Ward 2 George Carson Ward 3 Nick Marmo Ward 4 Councll At Large Dorothy Burkhart Edward Eckart Thomas McNamara Michael Kosmetos Clerk Of Councll Lucille Kucharski Robert F. Niccum Judge Frank W. Payne Chief Of Police George R Langa Fire Chief Patrick R Rocco Law Director John A Piscitello Director Of Publlc SCIVICCS Louis C Dommer Director Of Public Works Frank J Chukayne Executlve Director Richard T Balazs Finance Director Paul Oyaski Director Of Community Services And Development YYY D529 ng, HOMES All I fl IH Il SCHOOLS f-9-fy CHURCHES ell? ' INDUSTRIES Q03 LX9 . . infix' - a F153 -g'Enij!, 1 gF35'5C-- "2 Y. 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Euclid Ohio 44132 Phone: C2161 261 2100 TWX 810 421 8412 Telex 98 5467 Socket Head Products Cold Headed Products Cap Screws Set Screws Automatlc And Hand Screw Machlne Products Ken Saywell 21812 Lake Shore Blvd Euclld Ohlo 44123 Ckwld JV! Umm DR E DCU SELDR TLAW 2257BLAKES DREBL D C D D4 23 73 3500 7517, J' 1 , S 7 I x Lg .' W Q H 0 ' '4' I mnfe 1 NT . ' ' . snvuvouwviv N :E P ' S 'Q If - . . req If .55 , 2. X v- : 5 ,-Q 1 geirg 'ir Elimbf i ' , Q' Q 1 . ' 5 ' . '4 H .U ' 31- -4 1 1 1 , I 7 I I ni . , .T N YAN UN A - H V. Euclid Office Supply 756 East 222nd St. 531-5311 Euclid Travel Bureau 22078 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-1050 2 . Handy Rents 23560 Lakeland Blvd. 731-6950 George Knaus Real Estate 819 East 185th St. 481-9300 Leader Discount Drug 22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-7474 Martin's Dairy Bar 20321 Euclid Ave. 486-1325 Dr. Allan A. Rolfe 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 289-8998 S+S Deli And Lounge 22810 Lake Shore Blvd. 289- 8777 Shore Center Shoe Repair 22748 Shore Center Dr. p 731-9569 Small Tools, Inc. 19749 St. Clair- Ave. 481-9000 Michael Sweeny National City Bank 285 Babbitt Rd. 732-7800 F.W. Woolworth Co. 22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-3878 . Endnote: Specifics: Editors: Photographers: Staff: Special Thanks: The 1981 Euclidian grew out of brain- storming by the Euclidian staff, sugges- tions for areas of improvement from on evaluation of the 1980 book, and ideas presented at a summer workshop attended by several staff members. ln some ways the book is radically different from past Euclid yearbooks. We hope that the stu- dent body finds it both an accurate and entertaining reflection of the 1980-1981 school year. 1200 copies of the 1981 Euclidian were printed by the Josten'sfAmerican Year- book Company. lt is printed on Gloss 191 paper and contains eight pages of full col- or and eight pages of spot color. The full color cover was original artwork designed by Bill Mason. Activities Editor-Judy Krnc Underclass Editor-Amy Reno Sports Editor-Beth Cramer Faculty Editor-'Linda Lawrence Senior Section Editor-Bethany Hook AdviserwMr. Petrovic Mike Cotter, .lim Brown, Mike Durbin, Brian Reno, Steve Lausin, Steve Clay, Ray Tice, .lim Ambrose, Judy Hasse. Carol Walsh. Joy Black. Kelly Dunlevy, Peggy Linn, Ed Maroli, Bill Mason, Marcia Myers, Lisa Stupansky, Ann Wintle, Joy Hoon, Valer- ie Hrobat, Robert Scott, Lisa Dezelon, Renee Evans, Beth Franko, Ellyn Gleisser, Lisa lannicelli, Jenny Jambor, Scott Kost, Don Kucera, Lisa Letcher, Linda Lewin, Simone Lisac, Audrey Lonchar, Jan Mi- helcic, Sandy Neumann, Amy Ogrinc, Beth Pritchard. Mark Speck, Katie Talty, Roberta Yuhas, Debra Kelly, Destiny Morgan, Maureen Colling, Donna France- tic, Lesa Galer, Laurie Hanlon, Elaine Haupt, Hillary Hook, Brian Kime, Mike Kucera, Paul Leasure, Nadine Lisac, Av- ril Mclnally, Terri Nickel, Wendy Poto- kar, Lisa Rhone, Sharon Tice, Lynn Yuko, Kate McLaughlin The yearbook staff would like to thank Mr. Michael Kingery, our .losten's repre- sentative, for his assistance this year, Mor- rie and Doug Levine of Raimor Studios for providing photographic equipment and processing, the faculty of Euclid High School for their understanding of the oc- casional tardiness of a few Euclidian staff members to class: and especially the stu- dents of Euclid High School for being what they are-great subjects for a high school yearbook. 'if ,gf g w.- A . I 1 .Mx . MW" ' J Ji:-4. . f , 7 V .k.. 12 ,phil , .3 lv W. s I .,.


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