Fox Chapel High School - Renard Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1968

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RENARD 1968 To the reader: Our purpose in presenting this yearbook is twofold. First and foremost is our desire to compile a complete. accurate. and livelv account of the events of the past year. Second is our wish to present along with this a set of ideas which we hope will give unity to the hook. as well as a sense of order and direction to the disassociated memories within it. To this end. we have included several features whose presence may require some explanation. The theme of the book is found in the photographic essay, and is the jumping-off place for the rest of the ideas: they can all he derived from it. Each of the six divisions of the book has been represented bv a particular field of human action appropriate to the contents of that section. These fields are represented by the symbols on the cover, which are placed there in accordance with the order of the book. Thus, the Faculty is represented by Education, Clubs, the expression of the creative impulse. by the Arts, specifically musicg Sports by itself, Activities. the cooperation of several individuals working toward a common goal, by Humanitiesg Classes, the collection of scholars seeking knowledge in diverse wavs, by Science: and Advertisements bv Economics. The cover motif is repeated on the division pages, where we have included a portrait of one of the outstanding men in the corresponding field. The quotations from these men were chosen with the aim of reflecting the character of the section, the philosophy of the particular field, and the theme of the book. Our purpose is neither to instruct nor to convert, but rather to suggest something of the spirit which has accompanied the outstanding achievements of the students and teachers of Fox Chapel High School. ln this sense, we dedicate the book to no single person, but instead to whoever reads it and finds something of himself somewhere in its pages. -the Editors. A W AAA AMA 91 AW P A A rm Am AA AA A rim .A wsu ,AAA AE Q QA VAAAWWL - WA?-A , AAAAA A1 WA-AAAi3?i'iA-Qi'5qA?'Y3'?'5AAf'aAAgA- Aw M M AA. 5A ki E A -egQ QAAAs gf, WX? AA M ,AAA AAA AAA A A A 'IAQEAQFAW A H Y A ,A f21AAAAA,gmwA'5Aw my .X AL AAMQHQAAAAA A ,AAAAAAAAQAASAA AAA WAV my VA A,gAA5,A.a AA-AA 3 A W AAA,AA,A-A A- A ,. AAsAAsAe2Af?YewAf 7 H WAWAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A gEgg5gzAAAgaE5L5A5J" AAAAARAAEQFSSE A V5 - Haxsffafszarfigws A EAA 2511? Wa Amxxss wx sAAAAiX5A??55'e?'A5AWA Ai AAA AAAA-AAWWAA' W N AAA A A- -AQAim2A?A5AQA1'W'mf3i A .,AfAAA,-AAAAMAQAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAgsAAAAaAAAw'wf A A AAAAAAAAMTAAAQA A 1KkE'mA9S151Q5i1?Wi QW? 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Supervising Principal of the Fox Chapel Area Schools. MR. C. RANDALL MEYERS B.,S. Slippery Rock Collegeg M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Associate Supervising Principal. MR. FRANK CHRISTY B.S. Waynesburg Collegeg M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Associ- ate Supervising Principal. With the new wing of the High School finished, the Adminis- tration has embarked upon its newest project-the building of the new Junior High. Scheduled to open in the fall of 1969, the new O,Hara Junior High School will occupy ground between Cabin Lane, Powers Run Road, and Falconhurst Drive. Upon' completion, it will house seventh, eighth, and ninth graders,i residing south of a certain lineg those north of the same line willi attend the Dorseyville Junior High School. The Administrative Offices MR. WAYNE M. GRAFF Mr. Liptak is presented with a plaque recognizing his service to the school district. Dam Pfocffssing Manage' w l war-"wg , MR. HARRY L. LODGE ' Business Manager ...ax A I v ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIES-Bottom Row: Mrs. Grace Templer, Mrs. Pearl Hazlett, Mrs. Evelyn Yount. Top Row: Mrs. Dorothy Hartmann, Miss Genevieve Frey, Mrs. Lenora DeLucz1, Mrs. Helen Condra, Miss Sharon Sokol. The workmenls strike last summer put an end to all hope of completing the new wing for the incoming freshman class. The Administration would like to thank the students and faculty for their co-operation during this trying period. Once opened for classes, the school faced numerous additional handicaps. For the first few weeks after the opening of the top floor, teachers had to get along without any blackhoards, heaters, lights, doors, blinds, or inside windows. Furthermore, they still had to put up with construction noises all around them. When the workmen were finally gone, the new wing housed twenty new classrooms, two activity rooms, three teachers' planning rooms and a new power mechanics' room. In addition, the cafeteria and kitchens were enlarged, and a new all- purpose gym and boys, locker room were built. It was all worth waiting for and many visiting groups have commented on how lucky we are to have such a beautiful school. House The Backbone Of The Entire District AREA SCHOOL BOARD-Bottom. Row: Mr. William C. Scott, .lr.g Mr Charles FT. Ahl. lr. tPres.l: Mr. John C. Hohman. Top Row: Mr. Frederick D. Amslerg Mr. Charles W. Wright, Jr.g Mr. Frank J. Lydick. Missing from picture-Mr. W. Hunter Klingensmith. DR. J. J. ROUSH B.S. Geneva Collegeg M.Ed. University of Pittsburghg D.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. High School Principal. It was a difficult year. The office was besieged with problems right from the start of school. With none of the new wing completed, room changes were necessary and study halls were assigned in the unfinished cafe- teria, band and chorus rooms, and the auditorium. Teachers awaiting new rooms set up their desks in the boys' and girls' dressing rooms. The P.A. system was a constant source of anxiety. Despite these problems the office personnel remained cool and everything was always under their efficient control. Mr. Poulson joined Dr. Tranquill as a second assistant principal. He has worked very closely with the Student Council, and the two of them together with Mrs. Heidish helped to bring into operation the long antici- pated Student Lounge. Miss Brombach, despite the many problems, managed to remain cheerful and helpful. Mrs. Ritter started this year as the attendance secretary. Office Personnel Strive To Assure Dr. Roush would have likecl to have clone work with computers. Mr. Pouls0n's favorite dish is "roast beef au jusf, Mrs. Van Pelt plays "taxi driveri' for the younger set. In answer to the question MDO you like to chaper0ne?,' Dr. Tranquill answered: "That's what I do all flayf' Mr. Boyle's favorite time of clay is 9-11 PM when 'fthe kifls are in beclf, Piano playing is Dr. Tranquill's favorite recreation. Dr. T. at the mike issues a midterm student behavior report. DR. CECIL TRANQUILL B.S. Indiana University of Pa.g M.Ed. University of Pittsburghg D.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Assistant High School Principal. MR. BRITTEN POULSON B.A. Allegheny Collegeg M.A. George Washington Univer sity. Assistant High School Principal. MISS A. JUNE HALL MR. EDMUND BOYLE B.S., M.Ed. University of Pitts- B,A, University of Pittsburghg burgh. Head Guidance Counselor. M,Ed, Duquesne University, Guid- ance Counselor. Heading the Guidance Department is Miss Hall, the counselor for students whose last names begin with the letters M through R. Mr. Massalsky assists students from A to Eg Mr. Boyle from F to Lg and Mr. Hess from S to Z. The Guidance Department not only advises students on college choices, but it also helps to provide jobs for the vocational- and business-minded students. In fact all students considering a business or vocational career, were offered two or three positions and consequently all have jobs upon graduating. MR. DARREL J. HESS MR. PHILIP MASSALSKY BS- Slippery Rock Colleges MS- B.S. Clarion State Collegeg M.Ed. UHlV9TSilY Of Pllfsbufgll- Guidafwe Indiana University of Pa. Guidance Counselor. Counselor. Another guidance duty is the administration of college entrance and scholarship tests. In February the sophomores are confronted with the National Educational Development Test and the juniors take the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The results from these tests influence the granting of college scholarships. College Boards and Achievement Tests are administered in December, January, March, and May. Most colleges regard the results of these tests as a third of their admission requirements. no Efficient, Smooth-Running School MRS. VI RITTER MISS OLIVE BROMBACH 'S 5 S 5 5 3 MRS. VIRGINIA VAN PELT Qs' MRS. HELEN GARBODEN MISS MARY IDA BURNITE MR. HARROLD D. WHITE A.B. Wittenburg Collegeg M.Ed. B.A. Penn State Universityg M.Ed. University of Pittsburg. Teaches: University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: English, A.P. English. Advises: English. Advises: National Honor A.F.S. Committee. Senior English Society. Junior English Chairman. Chairman. ' MR. JOHN TICHON MRS. GLORIA LUCEY B.S. Duquesne University. Teach- B,S, Slippery Rock College. Teach- es: English. Advises: Folk Club. egg English, Advises: Future Coaches: Baseball Team, Freshman Teachers of America. Freshman Basketball. Sophomore English English Chairman, Chairman. Speech II students learn to listen for a change. "No, Mr. White, I do not want to buy stationery." Eight English faculty members lihe to chaperone. Miss Burnite,s favorite recreation is reading murder mysteries, and her favorite time of day--midnight. The past color of Mr. White's hair was brown. If Mrs. B. lzad not become a school teacher, slze would have liked to have been "the mother of six boys." Mr. Colle would have liked to have been a "translator," Mrs. Cox's eyes are "blue, gorgeous, deep, and heavily lashed." She also teaches! bridge on W.Q.E.D.-T.V. Mr. Cuyeris favorite sport is swimming. Mrs. Karolis interesting hobby is being a nhappy hornemaltenv Mr. Tichon's favorite "in school" dish is Hbaked, stuffed, meat loaff, In his spare time, Mr. Benedict writes. Diverse Program . all j MR. MICHAEL BENEDICT P B.S. Duquesne University. Teaches: Eng- r lish. Advises: Future Teachers of Ameri- Q, ca, Junior Class Play. I T MRS. SALLY BULLINGTON MR. JOHN COLLE B.A. Bucknell University. Teaches: B.A. St. Vincent College. Teaches: Advanced Composition, Writer's English. Advises: A.F.S. Committee, Seminar. Advises: F ox T ales, Girls' Phoenix. Intramurals. This year, the schoolis largest subject area f nineteen teachersj was headed by four chairmen, one in charge of each class: senior teachers were headed by Miss Burnite, juniors by Mr. White, sophomores by Mr. Tichon, and freshmen by Mrs. Lucey. An accomplishment of last year's Senior English was the intro- duction of an Advanced Placement English course by Miss Burnite, who was responsible for compiling the AP syllabus. This course, taught on a college basis, promotes depth in the understanding of literature and encourages independent research and reading. A student achieving a passing grade on the College Board AP English examination is eligible for advanced standing in colleges that acknowledge the results of the exam. ln January, ,lack Matthews, poet and professor from Ohio University, ap- peared before Senior English, Advanced Composition, and Speech classes. Mr. Matthews read some of his best poetry and talked about the style and purpose of poetry. This lecture, sponsored by the International Poetry Forum, gave students a good insight into how a poet thinks, much of those students, time is spent analyzing poetry and critically inspecting it. n English Requires Four N MR. JOSEPH H. CONNER MRS. JEAN COX w B.A. Catholic University of Ameri- BA. Allegheny Collegeg Edinboro l ca. Teaches: English. Advises: Jun- State Teachers College. Teaches: l ior Class, Renard Business Staff. English. Advises: Bridge Club. P R I S slet -. , "- ' H"r Z ff s ,, ,,."1 - , ...,..,. .ivv ss. -,.. . Mrs. Bullington offers tips to future Hemingways. Chairmen MISS PAMELA GRECO B.Sf Emerson College. Teaches Speech. Advises: WFOX, Cheer- leaders, Senior Class Play. MR. CONROY D. GUYER B.S. California State College. Teaches: English. Advises: Drama Club. MR. LOREN HOLT Q' "",,.f-f-' :W MRS. CHRISTINA KAROL BS- PC1111 State UY1iVefSifY- TCHCI1- B.S. Clarion State College. Teach- , es: English. AdviSCS2 FrCShmHIl es: English. Advises: Homecoming. i Class, Folk Club. MISS MARY KATSULERIS B.S. University of Pittsburghg Cali- fornia State College. Teaches: Eng- lish. Advises: Girls' Tennis Club. ti f ,iw - 12: "ii" i , MISS JANE MOORE B.S. Carnegie-Mellon University. Teaches: English. 'Tm going to put this piece of chalk right between your eyes!" Language Skills Taught In Class The completion of the new wing and the enlargement of the student body added eight new English teachers. Mrs. Walters joined Mrs. Bullington in the teaching of the Advanced Composition course which works on improving a student's style of expository writing. Short skits performed for the High School Nursery School children were written and several one-act plays were written and produced by Advanced Comp. classes. The practical side of writing, such as themes and short essays, was also studied. Writer's Seminar, taught for the first time this year, is the next step after Advanced Comp. Mrs. Bullington modeled the course on a college levelg hence the name Writer's Seminar. Students learn the value of criticizing as they set out to evaluate each otheris work. The creative aspect of writing is emphasized and students learn the techniques of short story writing and later write some short stories themselves. MRS. JANE PINKNEY MRS, KAREN SAMMEL B.A, University of Michigan. B.A., M.A., Carnegie-Mellon Uni- MRS. CAROLYN WALTERS B.S., M.Ed. Indiana University of Teaches: English. Advises: Nation- versity. Teaches: English. Advises: Pa. Teaches: Advanced Composi- al Honor Society. Freshman Class. tion. Advises: Drama Club. rv. We 4 1 'Wei av THBRHE TIER QUW Mr. White's bulletin board earns an A for effort. Miss Katsuleris's favorite recreation is "people-watching." Miss Moore's favorite color is Kelly green. In answer to the question, "What color hair have you?", Mrs. Walters answered: "Depends on which clay. It varies from blond to blonderf, Mrs. Pinkney enjoys sailing as a sport. Ten faculty teachers are steak-eaters. Five English faculty members are working presently on their masteris degree. And In The Library Miss Kremer keeps a careful watch on library users. 7 .. brary Club. Preparation this year was made for the library's new Instruc- tional Material Center, which will be open in the fall. lncluded in the equipment available for use will be carrels for viewing and listening. There will be a substantial collection of filmstrips and records available on loan. Two microfilm readers will also be available with a newly added microfilm collection. I... , 0 9- . Q 4 O i4.nl MISS MARY I0 KREMER B.S. University of Pittsburghg M.L. Duquesne University. Librarian. Advises: Library Club. MRS. NAOMI BUDZAK Library Clerk. MRS. DOROTHEA SPANCLER A.B. Geneva Collegeg B.S. in ' Lib. Sci. CarnegieAMellon Uni- versity. Librarian. Advises: Li- Mr. Wilson's student teacher lectures like a pro. MR. JOSEPH CASILE NIR' JOHN DCRIGGI B.S. Edinboro State Collegeg M.A. BS. Clarion State College. Teach. Duquesne University. Teaches: es: Worlil History? Geography. Worltl History. Adviscs: Football Coaches: Vollcyljull. Team, Varsity Club. 2. World Cultures students debate the topic of Communist China X MR. WILLIAM WILSON B.A. Waynesburg Collegeg M.Lit. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: U.S. History. Advises: Key Club. Head of Department. MR. ROBERT ALCORN B.A. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: European History, Span- ish. tudents Explore Different MR. CHARLES EBNER A.B. Juniata College. Teaches: U.S. History. Advises: Ways and Means Committee. and the U.N. MR. JAMES FERRY KS. Indiana University of Teaches: World Cultures and nomics. Pa. Eco- MR. ROBERT FLETCHER B.S. Thiel College, California State College. Teaches: Geography. A if' ,Pie MR. FRED HOHNADEL B.S., M.Ed. University of Pitts- Miami University of Ohio. Teach- burgh. Teachesg Civics. Advises: Academic Games Aid, Jr. Athletic Director. MRS. LOUISE HEIDISH BA. Denison Universityg M.A. es: Civics, Geography. Advises: Student Council. MR. ALFRED LINDSAY B. of Pub. Sch. Music Westminster College: M.Ed. University of Pitts- burgh. Teaches: World Cultures and Economics, World Affairs. Coaches: Basketball Team. Human Relationships In Social Studies MR. PETER D. MARSICO B.S. Slippery Rock Collegeg M.E. Duquesne University. Teaches: World Cultures and Economics. Advises: Senior Class. Classes favorite color is the "Lindsay tartanf, Mr. Marsico would Two new areas of study were introduced into the High School Social Studies curriculum, with the addition of the freshman class. Freshmen take a one-semester course in both Geography and Civics. All the geographical aspects of Europe, the U.S.S.R., S.E. Asia, and Latin America are studied. In preparation for sophomore World History, they learn a brief history of the peoples of the world. The topography of these countries is studied and the cultural aspects of the societies are also taught, forming a foundation for the senior Seven Social Studies teachers like to chaperone. Mr. Casile's favorite time of the day is "night time Knight owljv. Mr. Ferry would have liked to have been "an expatriate writer on the left bank of the Seine Riverf' Photography and playing bridge are Mrs. Heidish's favorite hobbies. Mr. Hohnadelis hair color is "thin brown." Mr. Casile would have liked to have become a "movie staff' Mr. Lindsayis World Cultures course. The objective of the ninth grade Civics course is to show the "Love stories have liked to have become a "classical musical vocalistf' and adventure storiesi' are Mr. DeRiggi's favorite literature. Mr. Wilson? favorite "in schooli' dish is student the way he relates to the Government and his community. All three levels of government are studied, in particular the Pennsyl- vania State Government and the Local School District. To help obtain its objective, students are required to attend the monthly meetings of the Borough, Township, and School Board. The boys are also required to attend Kiwanis meetings. In January and June, five students are chosen to participate in Municipal Day. At these times they spend the day with municipal officials and inspect various barbecued hot dogs. Mr. Fletcher holds a conversation with Mr. Machine. municipal projects. MR. HOMER MASON B.S. Lock Haven State College: M.Ed. University of Buffalo. Teach- es: U.S. History. Coaches: .l.V. Basketball, Golf Team. 'Q' , A--1' MR. JOSEPH SHAW B.S. Clarion State College. Teach- es: World History. Advises: Jr. High Intramurals. . M QV, ,.., g f V , fi. ' if Zil, YA ff J' it , 1 , f Q ' 1 ff W "" 2 xx" 7 W I 1 h,'h J MR. HAROLD DEWALD MR. FRANCIS BAUM MR. GREGG CALDWELL MR. LESLI B.S. Allegheny Collegeg M.T.S. B.S. Indiana University of Pa.g B,S, Indiana University of Pa.g B.S. University College Of William and MHYY- M.Ed- Ohi0 Wesleyan: John CHI- M.T.S. University of New Hamp- Westminster College. Teaches: Teaches: Physics. Advises: Cam- roll Universityg Appalachian State shire. Teaches: Chemistry. Coach- Chemistry, . era Club. Head of Department. Science. Advises: Research Club. Teachers College. Teaches: Earth es: Wrestling' Knowledge Of The Physical World Stresse Mr. DeWald's Physics II class worked up demonstrations and lectures illustrating different fields in elementary physics. The talks were on sound, color and light, magnetism, electricity and magnetism, gravitation, the gas laws, and static electricity. These lectures were presented throughout the second semester at a sixth grade level at the Boyd, Blawnox, Fairview, and Aspin- wall Grade Schools. Physical Science class discovers the Law of Gravity. - 3 - -" l Mi 24 The old General Science course, a requirement for freshmen, was replaced by a new course called Earth and Space Science. It was felt that instead of introducing the student to a course of samplings from Chemistry, Physics, etc., it would be of greater value if a course were taught emphasizing the earth on which he lives. The main objective of this course is attempting to show the student his relationship, and man's relationship in general, to his earth. Units in this course include oceanography, a study of the oceans and their compositiong meteorology, a unit interested in the theory behind weather forecastsg and paleontology, where the evolution of animals is studied through fossils. Students learn to read topographical maps, distinguishing the surface features of the earth. A very important unit on Astronomy is taught stressing the earth's relationship to the other planets and the universe. MISS BEULAH FREY MR, DAVID GEIS B.S. Thiel College. Teaches: Biol- B.S. Marietta College: Grove City OEY- Advisesf Nature Club, Re- College. Teaches: Biology. Ad- SCHTCII Club, Jr. Audubon. vises: Rifle Club, Rifle Team. MR. KENNETH LINN BS. Clarion State Collegeg M. Ed. University of Pittsburghg University of Oklahomag Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Earth and Space Sci- ence. Mr. W n arious Science Course Mr. Caldwell, when asked if he likes to chaperone, answered: "Yes, when the students are well manneredf' Mr. Scholtz would have liked to have become a jet pilot with the Navy and appar- ently hesqdarn near didf, Baked lasagna is Mr. Linnis favorite dish. Mr. DeWald would have liked to have had a career in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Walkeris favorite reereations are bowling and dancing and he likes the music of Glenn Miller, Roger Williams, and Nat King Cole. Miss Frey likes to hike and swim and she would have liked to have become an "0rnilhologist.', Mr. Baum likes to collect books. Mr. Caldwelfs favorite time of day is at dusk or rainy early evenings. Mr. Ceis would have liked to have been a marine biologist. S BS. Slippery Rm-k Cul vt : il .fs alker makes some "acid" comments on chemistry. MR. KENNETH SCI IOLTZ legcg I MS., University Conner-tit'ut. 'll-atvliesz lh ology. Physical Science. Adxises: Varsity Clllll. Coaclu-sz Rusvlmull. Assist ant Football Com-li. "I found him in the faculty dining room!" - ' z MR. JOHN WALKER iff I ' A B.S., M.Ed.: University of Pittsburgh, Ohio Wesley'an University, Teaches 9110... Chemistry. Advises: Junior Class. C.- t,t.19!5f"- owner .,,, ,, M ini MISS ROSEMARIE KAVANAGH BA., M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Calculus, Trigonometry. Ad viscs: Academy Games. Head of De prlrlnzcnl. j .aff-""""M if all ,, . ,H Ld , ,- riff" -- Q Trigonometry students attempt to understand the basic groundwork. I X MR. EUGENE A. BOLT MR. THOMAS ANEWALT B.S. Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Algebra, General Math. Duquesne Universityg M.S.T. Uni- Advises: Chess Club. versity of New Hampshire. Teach- es: Geometry, Algebra. Advises: Key Club. Coaches: ' Assistant Swim Coach. B.S. Slippery Rock Collegeg M.Ed. Freshmen brush up on mathematical skills. Mathematics Teaches The mathematics department offers a complete academic program which enables a student to begin algebra in eighth grade and complete a course in calculus before graduating from high school. The first course, Algebra l, introduces the ideas of vari- ables and equations. Students learn to solve equations and perform other operations with algebraic numbers. Geom- etry studies the properties of lines and points, by themselves and in combinations. Theorems concerning triangles and' other forms are derived and applied. Algebra ll, a contin- uation from Algebra l, emphasizes the solutions of more complex equations. A section on how to use the slide-rule is also included. Trigonometry takes material from all of these courses and applies it to the study of triangles and trigonometric functions. The calculus course emphasizes de- rivatices and integrals, and their practical applications. Theoretical proofs are introduced but not emphasized. For most students it is intended as a course that will help them in a calculus course in college. A fha MISS SUE HAGEN MISS SHIRLEY JOHNSTON MR. ROBERT MULLEN B.A. Beaver College. Teaches: Al- B.S. Grove City College. Teaches: B.S. Edinboro State College. Teach- gebra, Refresher Math. Aclvises: Algebra. Advises: Y-Teens. es: Algebra. Junior-Senior Prom. MR. JAMES SHINCOVICH B.S. Penn State University. Teach- es: Algebra, Geometry. Adviscs: Sophomore Class, Academic Games Team. New And Complex Ways To Pla With umbers Miss Kavanaglfs favorite dish is "PT a la modef, TV re- pair is Mr. Mul1en's interesting hobby. Miss lohnston would have liked to have been a missionary or director of Christian Education. Mr. Shincovich's favorite recreation is "watch- ing Saturday cartoonsi' and his favorite time of day is g'6.00 AM-Ha, Hain Mr. Waitkus likes Progressive fazz music. In answer to the question uWhat is your favorite time of day?,', Miss Kavanagh answered: :cfm not prejudiced against any hourf' Mysteries are Mr. Anewaltis favorite type of literature. Mrs. Hagen's favorite "in school" dish is "fresca.', Mr. Mullen would have liked to have been a "pro athlete." Mrs. Waitkus would have liked to have worked with computers, if she had not chosen to be a teacher. MR. ROBERT GERHART B.S. Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Algebra, Refresher Math. Coaches: Tennis, Soccer. MRS. NANCY WAITKUS B.S. Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Geometry, Refresher Math. Advises: Girls' Intramurals, Assem- bly Committee. "A iikeiyzff i MISS MARGARET LUTZ MR. WILLIAM BECK MISS ANASTASIA GREGORY B,A. Moravian Collegeg M.Ed. B,S, Indiana University of Pa. B.S. Indiana University of Pa. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Teaches: Spanish, Advises: Band, Teaches: French. Advises: French German, Latin. Adviscs: Renard, Clgt- Club, Pep Rand. Club. A.F.S. Committee. Head of De- przrlment. MISS JANET KOKAL B.A. Allegheny Collegeg University of Paris-La Sorbonne. Teaches: French. Advises: Senior Class, French Club. tud Uf Foreign Languages Promotes In February two groups gave presentations at the Buhl Plane- tarium Modern Language- Festival. Spanish skits were prepared For students who can't understand Spanish, Dr. Sosa uses sign language and acted by the Spanish Club and the French Club included in their presentation a few popular French songs and some short skits of La Fontaine's most popular fables. Russian and German stu- dents also attended on their respective language days. There was also a particular emphasis on holidays this year. A bulletin board by Mr. Makowski featured HA Russian Easterf, In- cluded in the display were authentic, imported Easter eggs from Poland, identical to Russian eggs. French III and IV students learned many new carols which they eventually sang at the Harmarville Rehabilitation Center. Other in-class activities included some cul- inary delights, such as crepe-suzettes and cold vichysoisse, cooked up by the French IV classes. The Spanish teaching staff was supplemented by two student- teachers from Indiana University. They were Mr. Bruce Smith and Miss Teresa Lancas, who had studied a year in Spain. It is inter- esting to note that a great majority of our language teachers have studied and traveled in the lands whose language they teach. Thus their teaching becomes more meaningful with actual experiences gained from their travels. MR. WALTER KRUCZEK MR. ROBERT MONK A.B., M.I... University of Pittsburgh. B.S. Kutztown State College. Teaches: French. Teaches: German. 28 FE as----I . .,,. f-3 MISS KAREN PUSKAR B.A. Seton Hill College. Teaches: French. Advises: French Club. Miss Kokal points out the location of the next French field trip. nderstanding Of Different Cultures Bell-ringing and photography are Miss Lutzis interesting hobbies. Mr. Beck's favorite type of music is "ditty bop." Miss Kokal likes French onion soup and her favorite hobbies are international danc- ing and sewing most of her clothes. In answer to the question "Do you like to chaperone?" Mr. Kruezek answered: "No, 1'm not a MR. ERNEST meddlerfl Mr. Monk would like to have been a "Master Organ- SOSA , B.A. Duquesne Uni- versit . Teaches: Builderf' Miss Puskar's favorite time of day is: 8:00 A.M.- in winter, 7:00 P.M.-in summerf, Mr. Sosa's favorite type of lit- . erature is religious material. Miss Smetak would have liked to have been "a karate expertf' Miss Lutz enjoys hiking. Mr. Kruczek likes to collect original etchings. Mr. Beckis favorite "in schoolv dish is coffee and cookies. Mr. Monk's favorite recreation is "people watch- ing." Dr. Sosais favorite recreation is traveling. Mr. Sosa would have liked to have been a "minister and physicianf' Y Spanish. Advises ' Spanish Club. This is the final countdown .. . 3 . . . 2 .. . 1 .. . French blitz! DR. MARIA SOSA Doctorate in Ed. Havana Uni- versity, Miami University. Teach- es: Spanish. Advises: Spanish Cluh. 7 -1- aw .11 ,tag ..,sA ipilili-, ' ' V V MISS JOANNE SMETAK B.A. Duquesne University. Teach es: French, German. Advises Fencing Club. MR. DANIEL NIKHAZY B.S. California State College, M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Industrial Arts. Ariz.-ises: Athletic Director, Faculty Athletic Manager. Department Head. wizszwqz.-ua' ' H MR. ANDREW BOBBY B.S. California State College. Teaches: Industrial Arts, Wood- working, Mechanical Drawing. MR. HENRY DOMYSLAWSKI B.S. California State College. Teaches: Metalworking, Mechani- cal Drawing. Coaches: .I.V. Foot- ball, Track Team. MR. PAUL McDOWELL B.S. California State College, Thiel College. Teaches: Power Mechan- ics. Coaches: Assistant Wrestling Coach. Career-Minded MR. SAMUEL WHEELER B.S., M.Ed. California State Col- lege, University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Mechanical Drawing. MR. RAYMOND YAKUPKOVICH B.S. California State College. Tenclzes: Graphic Arts, Mechani- cal Drawing. Advises: Graphic Arts Club, Fox Tales Co-Sponsor. Mr. Y. prints up a fresh batch of 3550's The increasing technical courses offered by the Industrial Arts Department provide Valuable training for jobs in numerous areas upon graduation. Five sections make up this department, where the individual student works at his own rate in the courses. The wood shop teaches the student the art of carpentry and future home handy-men find this course beneficial. A metal shop is open to those who have similar interests in metal working. The print shop uses its skills in a practical manner by printing up tickets and posters for all school activities including the class play programs, and election signs. In mechanical drawing, students learn the fine art of drawing blueprints. Taking up a new position in the new wing this year, the auto mechanics class work with engines learning to service and operate them. tudents Learn Industria l MR. RAYMOND MAKOWSKI B.S. Indiana University of Pa., M.Ed, University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Secretarial Science, Rus- sian. Advises: Work Experience Program, Faculty Treasurer of Activities. Head of Department. MISS VIRGINIA BERC-MARK B.S. Indiana University of Pa., M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Data Processing, Office Machines. Advises: Junior-Senior Prem. Only one Industrial Arts faculty member likes to chaperone. Mr. Domyslawski would have liked to have been a psychiatrist. Mr. McDowell,s favorite type of literature is "Mad" Mr. Yakupkovich would have liked to have been "a star on Mission Impossiblef, Mr. Nikhazy likes organ music. Mr. Bobby's favorite sport is ping-pong. Mr. McDowell likes to rebuild old cars. Mr. Yakupkovich likes the Fox Tales. A new course in the Business Department was Data Processing I. This course was made possible by the establish- ment of the IBM room in room IOI. There are four classes in this course, and the students are taught the theory work behind the setting and processing of computerized informa- tion. There are Lab periods where students wire up actual control panels and then test them. Each control panel is the heart to a computerized problem. Mr. Graff, the new Data Processing Manager, helps students punch cards and sort them. This year the Work Experience Program enters its third year. In the second semester, seniors are given half-day secretarial jobs for eleven weeks. This is the second year that these students have been paid for their services. nd Business Skills a MISS CAROLYN DAVIS MISS MARION KLUG B.S. Grove City College, M.Ed. B.S. University of Pittsburgh. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Teaches: Typing, Personal Typ- Shorthand, Personal Typing. Ad- ing. Advises: A.F.S. Committee. vises: Tri-K Club Mr. Makowskiis interesting hobby is taking pictures and keep- ing a pictorial history of his family. Only one Business faculty member likes to chaperone. Miss Stearns would have liked to have been a medical technologist. Mr. Makowskfs favorite "outside of schoolv dish is "Polish Pirogef, Miss Davisis favorite type of music is show music, while Miss Klug prefers "George Gershwinf' Secretarial students receive strict supervision. N95 ,., . MISS ADALA STEARNS B.B.A. Westminster College, M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Bookkeeping, Typing. Arlvises: National Honor Society, Co-advisor Homecoming. MISS SARA MILLER B.S, Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Business Education. Advises: Tri-K Club. 3I 'iw Q W ff ' Y .,, N lf- 2 MR. EDWARD BOYLE B,S. Slippery Rock College: M.Ed. Duquesne Ilniu-rsity. T4-aclics Phys. Ed., llt-altli. float-lit-sz Soc vcr Team. llernl of Uepartnzcrlt. "Now, pretend itis your favorite teacher." , fri . M I if -W: . -f A,, - if -xy -Q!-ala ff' if if - --A j 25 tv . 9? 'ti a f If MR, REED CLARKE MISS LAURENTIA GREGORY MRS. VIRGINIA GRINDLE B.S., 3I.Ed. University of Pitts- B.S. Slippery Rock College. Teach- B.S. Slippery Rock College. Teach- 2 burgh, Teaches: Phys. Erl., Health. es: Phys. Ed., llcalth. Adviscs: es: Phys. Ed., Health, Advisegg - Coaclit-sz Cross Country. Track Pep Club. Coaclics: Synclirunizcd Advanced Synchronized Swim Club. Swim Club, Assistant Spt-cd Swim- ming Coach. Personal Well-Being Is Emphasized Ir With the increase in the number of gym classes, it was necessary tc add several new units to the boys' gym curriculum. The instructors also felt that in order to make the course more enjoyable and' beneficial. a program with greater variety was needed. A three week cross country unit and a unit of tennis were featured for the first time. Senior girls participated in an individual sports program during thi second semester. Included in the wide range of sports offered to the girl- were tennis, archery, badminton, and shuffleboard. Student teachers as- sisted in the teaching of the girls' gym classes this year for the first time. The two student teachers were Miss Betty Snider and Miss Sharen Watson. both from Slippery Rock State College. In Home Economics, three girls were presented with honors. The Betty Crocker Award went to Paula Beck, and the Outstanding Homemaker award was shared by Cindy Lisowski and Evie Freidhof. These girls represented our school and the Future Holnemakers of America at the I'Iarrisburg Farm Show Demonstration in January. Mr. Zempelis favorite hobby is flying. Miss Davis would have liked to have been an airline hostess. Mr. Crindlefs favorite color is 'cblue ffor first place.f' Italian foods are Miss Cregoryis favorite dishes. Mrs. Schnorr likes Martin Denny's exotic jazz. Mr. Clarke is interested in model railroarling. 4451111 and funn is Mr. Boyleis favorite recreation and he would have liked to have been an "owner of a professional sports francliisef, Mrs. Grindle and Mrs. Martin like the color red. Mr. Grindlc supervises thc side-show. MR. GLENN ZEMPEL BS Slipper' Rovk Colle 0. Tc-ache . . y I g Driver Eduvutmn. thletics, Driver Education, nd Home Ec MISS MAE BISILE DAVIS BS. Ohio Iinivvrsityg lI.Eri. lit. Mercy Cnllcgvg University of Pittsburgh. TQ-um-lies: Home Eco- nomics. MRS. ANNA SCHNORR B.S,, KLA. Equiv. C.irncg1ic-KIel- Ion University. Tvuviicsz All areas of Home Econmnics. Advise-s F.H.A. MRS. .IANICE STACIIOWSKI B.S. Indiana University of Pa. Teaches: Home Economics. Ad- vises. F.H.A. MR. .XRTIIUR CHINDLE B.S, Siippcry Rm-k Cuilvgcf. Teach- es: Phys. Eel.. II1-ailth. Coaiviicsz Varsity Swim 'l'z-urn, Niilc- Swim Club. X W. 'Now, on the count of three-a rabbit will appear before your very eyes." MR. CHARLES SPRlNCMAN B.S. Penn State Uni- versity of Michigan. Teaches: Band, Major- ettes, Colorguard, Or- chestra. Adviscs: Brass Choir, Woodwind Quina tets, Glce Club, Art And Music Departments Capture J :vig ia.. ,, 5 ... sa- :Q -t WOODWIND QUINTETS-Bottom Row: .l. Ratay, C. O'Dt-ll, S. Storck, A. Ellstrom, S. Roylance, C. Diebold, M. Lukee, M. Evans, F. Sabatini, B. Powell, A. Scott, G. Lippert. Second Row: B. Kleeb, J. Wallace, M. Meyers. BRASS CHOIR-Bottom Row: J. Schneider, E. Meynard, R. Strange, A. Scott, B. Powell, D. Knapp, C-. Lippert, R. Peiper, D. Crandon, L. Stamy, C. MacDonald. Second Row: C. Miller, R. Hall, P. Hoogerhyde. Many sections of the Band achieved great success this year. Mr. Springmanis devotion to all facets of the Band was the driving force behind all the successes. ln the C.M.U. sponsored Carnegie Awards Festival, the Symphony Band was placed among the top high school bands in Western Pennsylvania. lt achieved the highest rating available, usuperior ratingf, thus tying North Hills for first place in a field of eight bands in Class A. Pictured on this'page are the three other award winning groups. Mr. Beck's Percussion Ensemble and Mr. Sammelis Trombone Quartette were awarded excellent ratings, the highest rating available in each class. The First and Third Woodwind Quin- tettes achieved the next highest rating-"Honors.,' In individual competition, eight band members were rated from "Excellent to '6Honorable Mention." Mr. Springman is solely in charge of high school music. A High School Orchestra was re-formed, and Mr. Springman gave a new standing to the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. These groups, together with the ensembles, participated in the Fine Arts Fes- tival, which was presented in memory of Mr. Stanley Fleming, former High School Director of Choral Music, who died in the spring. PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE-C. Lobaugh, B. Fenton, B. Beal, P. Weeks, C. Arndt, J. Sable, A. Sphar. The Scholastic Arts and Crafts Show is held every year at Kaufmann's Department Store. Over 8,000 en- tries were entered in the contest from all over Western Pennsylvania. .Only 1,500 were chosen for exhibit at the Regional Show. Gold keys are awarded for outstand- ing achievement. From these winners, the judges choose the best to represent Western Pennsylvania at the Na- tional Art Show in New York. Out of the 250 Gold Key Winners, Fox Chapel was extremely well repre- sented With nineteen winners, pictured at the right. Eleven of these students went on as Western Pennsyl- vania representatives, at the Nationals. At the National Show Mary lVlcCoy was awarded Gold Medal Winner, Outstanding, and Valerie Sunseri' gained an Honorable Mention. All the art students participated in the Spring Con- cert and Art Festival held at the High School in mem- ory of Mr. Stanley Fleming. All types of art work were on display including scratchboard, pencil drawing, jew- elry, and pottery. At the Shady Side Art Festival, Chuck Aber won a First Prize for his work. Man Awards MRS. MURLEY KIGHT B.S. Edinboro State Collegeg Uni- versity of Pittsburgh. Teaches: Art. Advises: Riding Club, Art Club. MR. RUSSELL KIGHT B.S. Edinhoro State College. Teach es: Art. Advises. Ski Club. MR. ROBERT KNAUER B.S. Indiana University of Pa Teaches: Art. .tr-X .fb GOLD KEY WINNERS-Bottom Row: J. Krieg, B. Cuterlf B. Stufko, J. Blume, J. Violi,"' D. Clouse. Second Row: C. Allen, C. Enterlinef' V. Sunserijk A. Donald- son, M. McCoy," K. McFarland,' L. Boothf C. De Blasiof' K. Mclntyref C. Stride, C. McCutcheon. CW-National Finalists. Mrs. Kighfs favorite lime of day is third period, and she would have liked to have been a Veterinarian. Mr. Knauer likes lo play the guitar and read philosophical and history books. Mr. Kighfs favorite 'gin schooln dish is "Ham Bar-b-q. He also likes lo ski and play golf. Mr. and Mrs. Kight guide the efforts of young artists. 'fy' I If Y' z f' ,X V . MRS, JEAN THOMAS MR. JOHN KRONMILLER District Food Service Director. Head Custodian Despite the confusion of unfinished construction work, staff members working behind the scenes helped to keep Fox Chapel High School running smoothly. To many stu- dents the day ends at 2:20 P.M.g but to the custodian, work has only just started. A crew of thirteen men and women works together to clean the halls and classrooms, making them presentable for the next day. The school certainly could not do without them. Mrs. Thomas and her competent staff at cafeteria work- ers managed admirably despite the uncompleted kitchens and cafeteria and the rushed periods. On March fifth, two hot plate lines and one a la carte line opened. Turkey Dinner "with all the trimmingsf' was served. The cafeteria also prepared the food for the All-Sports and Allegheny Valley Band Banquets. Thanks must be extended to these ladies, who, since 1966, have provided a free luncheon for the seniors out of their own cafeteria funds. A lot of work goes into this lunch, as well as into all daily' lunches. On ax regular day perhaps over 2,000 cookies are made, 1,800 brownies or maybe 2,400 pieces of pizza. I-Iighl Organized And Competent Stafi CAFETERIA STAFF-BOUOW Row: MTS- J.Th01'I1HS, Mrs. M- DZiCkiCWiCZ, Milashin, Mrs. M. Miller, Mrs. H. Hoffman, Mrs. H. Drabicki, Mrs. D. Mrs. M. Powers, Mrs. B. Moon. Second Row: Mrs. M. Moyes, Mrs. Y. Freidhof, Mrs, E. Parker. Mawhinney, Mrs. B. Weismann, Mrs. V. Bennardo. Top Row: Mrs. D. 5 5 BUS DRIVERS Mr. Erdelack fDispatcher5 Mr. R. Huling NTIS- 5 Mr- A- Bifflil MIS' A- KWH RRR Mr. S- - Mr. Camp Mr- G- Kelly 1 iw. R fi Mr- R f1iCk Mrs' S' Lafdin ...,. .,,.. m1RR Mr. S. Lafdin M' as RRR . RR RR . M.. RR RR 7 lR -. ..:: ., R N ..2, , .,ii . W,:: R alsi RRRR RRRRR.RR r ,,, L.., iwr, . g : k,,... ii, 'V . RR RR ? RR . q V.,V. .K rky, K.VV -V:, A R Mrs, D, Hmgim R ,- .KVV f .qilgf RRRR ' Mr, J. . if Mr. A. Hosack R 1 1 . Mf5!Bls..MWTeAl Mr' J' Zang AAVA: , A' Hming m i W R 'Mr3, N, Iwyers Mrs. M. Zerbanik rovides Maintenance, Sustenance And Travel CUSTODIANS-Bottom Row: Mrs. H. Peterson, Mrs. H. Osmolski, Mrs. Mr- R- Adams, Mr- J. Barbour. Missing from picture: Mr. A. Sundo, Mr. M. Bucha. Top Row: Mr. M. Panza, Mr. J. Kronmiller, Mrs. R. McCaslin, F- Riua, MT- W- Kunrz, Mr. J. KrYSin5ki, MIS- E- CYHICS- ,. -+ '4 pM vfqv'::r-2 -ah., . H- M .NX . . 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W ,Nmap mafia ,, i1+Q3i?KN, ,ami ff N-W Wim? we w 'M Wa Q--1 1- ,K f4Mmi.!5,,1-fn t -W rggnfgim Ns, E 'X.,,qAg .... Em E ' S HYou may no longer be a man, not for yourself, only for others, for you there is no longer hap- piness except in yourself, in your art." -Ludwig van Beethoven. Clubs STUDENT COUNCIL-Bottom Row: P. Weeks, C, Mclntyre, R. Longa- haugh fliistorianl, P. Dineen tSec.l, C. Hs-garty fTrt-us.l, M. Powell fPres.l, L. Happel tV.-Prcsj, D. Cook, J. Dorn, Second Row: C. Veenis, F. Dulilcin. J. Hill, R. Mc-Cntclieon, L. Santelli, M. Veenis, J. Linhart, A. Foster, T. Klausclier. M. Ratway, J. Ludwig. Third Row: M. Stung, P. Gow. F, Bolton, M. Meyers, P. Evans, B. Powell, J. Dc'Vore. C. Carrubba, K, Budzuk, R. Catley, M. Dismukes, C. McCutchf-on, J. Farren, C. Rekowski. Fourth Row: D. Booth, B. Schwet, M. Sehnorr, Fi. Lvgath R. Wimer, D, Harvanek, K. lioffinan, A. Durracloucli, B. Wailkefr, C Dahlem, S. Cow, C. Meyers, R. Duff. S. Murdaugli. G. Willialiiis. Top Row: J. Blakely. P. Hoskins, D. Gilbert, J. Lonilmurdi, J. Wolfendale, T Turiak, R. Raugli, A. Reel-ten, D. Humliertson, l". Thullen, S. Jones, J Sinnot, E. Rapetti, D. McKamisl1, R. Johnson. tudent Council Sponsors FOX SHOP-Bottom Row: N. Farren, P. Dineen, D. Dean, C. Stewart, K. Budzak, J. DOIII- Top Row: A. Wood, P. Hoskins, B. Grindle, C. Hcgarty, J. Joerger, L. Happel. 'Elm' Wwe?- 40 The Student Council is the govern- mental organization of the student body. At the heginning of each year representatives from each homeroom are selectedg at the end of the year officers for the following year are elected. This year the officers were: Marty Powell, Presidentg Lindsay Happel, Vice-President, Peggy Dineen, Secretaryg Gail Hegarty, Treasurer. ATTENDANCE SQUAD-Bottom Row: Mrs. Ritter, A. Meyer, E. S. Leya, M. Turner, L. Stewart, S. Rorison, L. Ludwig, C. Malek, D. Gumpto, L. Barnett, D. Stanley, K. Schweister, L. Cochrun, C. Golightly, Matthews. Top Row: E. Freidhof, J. Freidhof, J. Carson, M. Pickle, J. C. Hundlcy, M. Flick. Second Row: W. Wood, C. 3lcCully, N. Barry, Soeder, R. Vecchio, C. Bryan, P. Schrannn, P. Mawhinney, B. Beresky, S. Graff, L. Cillner, W. Farmerie, M. Schlcssmun, P. Barry, S. Stumpf, L. C, Pranlewicz, Thompson, Third Row: E. Murray, K. Church, D. Duncan, G, Patterson, arious chool Activities LUNCHROOM MONITORS-Bottom Row: A. Sphar, J. Belotti, P. Joyce, G. Beck, G. Becker, J. Yount. Top Row: R. Strange, B. Milan, P. McTighe, D. Hardy, C. Irvin, P. Smith. This year the Student Council has sponsored numerous activities. lt start- ed out the year with the Back-to-School Dance, then turned its attention to Homecoming Wreekend, and the Christ- mas Door Display Contest. lt has also been in charge of the assemlilies and T ' v helping our Vietnamese foster child. l Probably the chief success this year i Q is 1 has been the acquiring of a Student t Lounge for the Senior Class. The lounge gives the seniors a place to relax during free periods. The Student Council of P768 has greatly contributed to making the stu- dent body more interested in and aware of the excellence of Fox Chapel High School. Traditi Zeal And Dedication Characterize liliiilts Iaflg-24 is-v zu- , .. , . t NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Bottom Row: Mr. White, Hegarty, S. Chermely, S. Roach, S. Kristofic, J. Skowron, J. P. Weeks, L. Eningcr, J. DcVore, R. Ayres. Second Row: Soeder, N. Sproul, U. Cottshall. Top Row: J. Lombardi, T. K. Budzak, K. Hufnagle, J. Bell, D. Dobratz, M. Powell, G. Allen, D. Knox, P. Koppel, M. Jones, G, Kaplan, J. Regicr, Milby, P. Prato, R. Vecchio, M. Schnor. Third Row: M. B. Musgrave, B. Onesi, T. Slater, J. Tcmpler, L. Happcl. Evans, C. Mclntyre, B. Crindlc, T. Klauschcr, L. Miller, C. onal candle lighting at National Honor Society Induction. The National Honor Society is an organiza- tion whose members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and serv- ice. The officers for the 1967-68 school year were Jeff DeVore, President, Russell Ayres, Vice President, Lynn Eninger, Secretary, and Paul Weeks, Treasurer. The co-sponsors were Mr. White and Miss Stearns. Early in the year members participated in several projects, a book collection for service- men, the sale of personalized stationery, and a bake sale. The culmination of the year was the induction ceremony on May 6. Dr. Dwight Hanna, the guest speaker, discussed the ways in which developments in modern medicine will challenge tomorrowas leaders. Dr. Roush and the Society's officers then formally wel- comed the new members. This year's graduating National Honor S0- ciety members bought a laminated plaque that will be displayed in the school with all past and future members, names on it. They also initiated a drive in which fifty dollars will be given annually until the purchase of special hoods is possible. These hoods will have the National Honor Society emblem on them and will be worn by the members during gradua- tion. School Service Organizations LIBRARY CLUB4First Row: K. Reitz, K. Baker, L. N. Creighton, A. Englehardt, J. Reese, K, Lee, K. Aber-. Hempel, M. Tierney, R. Panza, J. Milleville. Second Row: cromlnie, L. Francioni, A. Reed. Miss Kremer, Mrs. Spangler, J. Bruemmer, B. Schweitzer, 3 S 5 i e S iii KEY CLUB--Bottom Row: Mr. Wilson, S. Lyle, Dave Cook, Pres., Mile Ratway, V. Pres., Rob Strange, Mr. Bolt, Second Row: J. Bell, T. Wang, M. Meyers, D. Dobratz, C. Waligura, D. Richter, T. Scully, P. Procopio, D. Cuardiani, B. Rohrer, J. Fulton, M. Patulski. Third Row: T. Kleeb, M. Powell, D. Knox, R, Longabaugh, J. Blakely, E. Horne, J. Y Wolfendale, B. Marshall, M. Patulski, C. Avetta, J. Royston, S. Coleman, S. Hutchinson. Top Row: M. Veenis, C. Veenis, J. DeVore, D. Gilbert, A. Palmer, E. Meynard, R. Eakins, R Martineck, A. Strange, D. Humberton, L. Sargent, B. Blakely, J. Ludwig. BRIDGE fllllll Iinffoln Row: Nl. .lmivg C, Dalilvm. Second Row: Clic-rmcly, J. Sandrock. K. Stockdale-. ll Knox. Top Row: C. Nlillor, M. Suuivli. N. llf'C"fmlckf K' willsll, .l. Fulton, C. Hunkosky, M. M. Kramer, P, Hier, C. Lum-y, D. Jrwlinsmi. C. .'ll'l1l9lI'0I'lQQ. Conner. Tfiirrl li'mc': R, Dir-triwlm. ll. ,llminiuvicy E. Fitzpatrick, S. Clubs Offer Practice In CHESS fll,Ul3-Rotlom Rolf: ll. Orr. M. Tvrwilligcr. E. T, Ucun, P. H00gSfllj'dLx, ll. llcistvr, J. Hill. Cruzifwli, W. Jukovur, ll. Hull. Sf-vom! Row: B. Klausclier, M Q 4 'Q -qu-f ""lluuy',1 3 I s Q - U l E . 5 if 44 n DRAMA CLUB?BIlfIOI?l Row: S. Chambers, ll. Swain, C. Boake, B. Stranger. Second Row: B. Schwct, J. Erceg, L. Entwisle, L. Chorle, D. Crew. C. Novak. Third Row: C. laying, Actin , And peakin Thunandcr, D. Diclnn, C. Belotti, M. H. Cordisco R Wnner Top Row: Mr. Cuvn-r, J. Thullen, B, Novoko ki T Nliddleton kills t VVFOX-120110111 Row: Miss Greco, Cindy Stew. Don llumbvrtson, Mark Knolul Divid Lundberg art, Christal Moc-in-nhaupt, Dan Davis. Top Roiv: Llfryd 511111133 GUY Swv livery morning the cheery voices of Mllhe Brink of Dayn bring to sleepy students a bit of music and news of school activities. ln the afternoon, "The Sunclowners" close a long harcl clay with informa- tion of coming events. WFOX liarlio serves Fox Chapel High as a link of communication hctwcen the administration and the students. U D. def RENARD EDITORS-Bottom Row: E. Fitzpatrick, E. Eninger, Weeks, Miss Lutz, C, Phillips, M. Jones, L. Evans, N. Farren. R. Ayres, G. Phillips. Top Row: D. Cottshall, D. Dobratz, P. Publications Staffs Record Event RENARD BUSINESS STAFF-Bottom Row: C. Schwend, K. Baker, M. Hofcr, G. Kaplan Top Row: Mr. Conner, D. D'Amico, J. Hofer, K. Callahan, T. Slater, N. Hermes, S. Leech, L: lohnson. RENARD EDITORS Editor-in-clzief: Russell Ayres Senior Editor: Lynn lfninger Underclass Editor: Virginia Phillips Faculty Eziifor: Paul Weeks Activities Eriitor: Marjorie Jones Clubs Erlitor: Carol Phillips Sports E1z'itors: Dan Dobratz Nancy Farren Index Editor: Flaine Fitzpatrick Art Eiiilor: Linda Evans Business Editor: Toni Slater Yearbook Advisory' Miss Margaret Lutz Business .4civisor: Mr. Joseph Conner FOX TALES Eeiilors: Sue Kennedy Germaine Skalski Advisors .' Mrs. Sally Bullington Mr. Raymond Yakupkovich K l , SOPHOMORE RENARD WORKERS-Bottom Row: K. Emery, D. Knox, B. Wolf, K. Stockdale, Second Row: C. Golightly, L. Entwisle. Top Row: S. Bloomfield, S. Allen, J. Sandrock, L. Vogan, V. Tunney. RENARD WORKERS-Bottom. Row: M. Samek, E. Glassburn, N. Trimble, S. Storck, P. Dineen, S. Cow, C. Bouke. Second Row: B. Schwet, C. Pavlik, K. Rickerich, C. Dahlcm, S. Leech, K. Johnson, T. Riviere, C. Ferrone. Third Row: E. Sancs, R. Dunkin, J. Whldsworth, M. Knobil, H. McCune, J, Cerdis, P. Evans. knd oods Of The School Year OX TALES STAFF'-Bottom Row: Mr, Yukupkovich, G. Cole, W dwards, P. Lnmberson, L. Alhucker, S. Kennedy, G. Skalski, A. Bobby, Irs. Bullington. Second Row: K. Walsh, B. Duff, D, Campbell, C. Pavlik . Legath, B. Weber, P. Weir, C. Claus, C. Claypoole, K. Budzak, D oros R Abramoyic S Murdau h Third Row G Nau le A Mc Coc ,., ',L. 'g. :.'g,. - Cormick, E. Fitzpatrick, J. Hamilton, J. Diamond, J. Hofer, D. D'Amico, IP. Picard, M. Fiscllerkeller, M. Boyd, J. Davis, J. Joerger, M. Dineen, K, Scheehan, C. Bolton, M. Booth, G. Hegarty. Fourth Row: J. Krouse R. Kluuscher, M. Lance, C. Caisford, T. Mahaffey, B. Behrend, C McIntyre,'M. Burnes, M. McCoy, K. Rickcrich, S. Baker, J. Fulton, B Stanger, P, Bier, P, Hoskins, M. Jones. Top Row: J. Schneider, B. Kolka W. Mertens, D. Cook, C. Hankosky, S. Williams, A. Wood, R. Pott, J Wadsworth, E. Miller. J. Monsour, N. Biwierc, L. Johnson, E. Duncan R. Cramer, T. Middleton. E N 5 Ez ' 3. Q . S . L K . . f f rv V... , S x 4, g 1 i , A -. gif if ' i AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE-Bottom Row: R. Allen, B. Arlott, S, ldzukovich, N. Trimble. Fourth Row: lfulxiiis, M. ,lam-s, M. Nlurm-no, P. Wcoks. P. Pram. R. Creybcck, S. Rc-if, 1. T:-mplvr, S, Williams, P. W Second Row: Miss Klug, B. Bradley, K. Budzak, K. Picard, F. Burton, J. Flint, L. Wzllliscli, R. Orr, Miss Walsh, M. Sulmfk, S. Woods, M. Wiefling, S, Storck, Burnitc. Top Row: J. Svlinvirlvr, T, Klauschor, J. l.. Palmcr, M. Svlmorr, Miss Lutz. Third Row: S. Dvvorv, B. Musgrave, E. Romv, R. Putt, B. Crooks, J. Kcnm-dy, M. Sc-lilf-ssmun, R. Bin-ry, D. Campbell, T. Bs-ll, C. Wise, M. White. i Language tudy And Exchange Prograli A.F.S. Day Hosts and Cue-sts. iiiaa Ili! il I Ill li i lhl l i l1ll1l I-is 'N SPANISH CLUB-First Row: G. Beal, J. Flint, N. Third Row: S. Elie-rhart, S. Roach, A. Engelliardt, S. Poland, C. Boakc, Second Row: E. Lcgath, L. Evans, Baker. ll. HL-neroty. K. Rickcrivli, L. Blumenfeld, B. Austen, M. Wiefling. romote International nderstanding FRENCH CLUB-First Row: L. S. Miller, P. Prato, B. Second Row: E. Gregg, R. Pott, G. Kaplan, Miss Kokal, B One-si, S. Kristofic, C. Phillips, A. McCrady, M. lurewicz. Riomers, D, Parks, H. McClellan, N. Trimble. V. Q Q.: . VARSITY CLUBf-Bottom Row: Mr. Sclloltz, B. Milan, S. Bluemling, J. Mason, T. Klauscher, M. Rigatli, A. Strange, G. Hutchinson, Mr. Casilc. Second Row: D. Dobratz, J. Anderson, Midock, V. Sami-lli. Top Row: S. Lyle, P. Zim-mkiewicz, M. J. Large, D. Humlicrtson, P. Smith, D. Cordisco, J. Lombardi, Vcenis, G. Beck, P. McTighe, C. Becker, J. Yount, R. Strange, A, Bccken, B. ilICCl1lCllL'0l'!, D. Hardy, T. Craig. Third Row: D. G. Vlfesley, D. Bn-ining, P. Joycc, J. Bellotti. Y Marshall, J. Ludwig, T. Ladley, D. Maiorana, B. Schaeffer, T. l . , l For Those W 1th Striengtl MILE SWIM CLUl3iBotlom Row: D. Si'llL1l'ffl'1', NI. QQIUY-' Thfffl RUIUY E- Lflflgflbiillghi F- Nvwvll, M- Vccnis, M. Powell, C. Avetta. Second Row: B. Mc- R1S1'lTl,J.JUl1cS. Cutclxcon, J. Burdekin, R. Longabaugli, J. Elli R. Yi ,Xi . 5 . 3 3 Q i s l l Y X RIDING CLUB-Bottom Row: W. Wood, H. MCLg1ugh- Third Row: D. Huveldt, C. Hixenbaugh, R. Stock, L. lin. B. Musgrave. Second Row: J. Biery, R. Stock, J. Ludwig, C. Schwend, D. Maiello. Top Row: M. Waters, Ciocca, D. Loftus, L. Hill, M. Besanceny, M. Salvucci. S. Hertweck, K. Crieks, M. Happel, K. Coleman. SKI CLUB-Bottom Row: D. Davis, J. Bell, M. Marshall, S. Osborne, B. Wzidflell. Second Row: L. Evans, S. Borison, C. Schwend, K. Rickerich, P. Gibson, D. Schubert, C. Thunander, G. Blumer, H. Hassett, M. Besanceney, D. Loftus, D. Secola. Third Row: S. Marlin, L. Entwisle, K. Mclntyre, L. West, B. Edelman, M. Flippen, C. Belotti, B. Linhart, K. Coleman, C. S eed . . . tamina . . . Balance Shannon, T. Riviere. Fourth Row: P. Evans, B. Niles, D. Johnson M. Piccardo, C. Miller, C. Laney, C. Tuttle, D. Cocoros, T McCague, B. Michelotti, R. Cunningham, M. Lydick. Top Row. D. Boosinger, B. Brinkloe, T. Turiak, R. Hall, D. Maiorana, R Johnson, N. Eckler, M. Hauge, F. Huff, R. George, J. Brown P. Rekowski. ADVANCED SYNCHRONIZED TEAMSBottom Row: J. Dorn, S. Voclker, J. Dorn, B. Edelman, L. Gross, B. Crindlx-. Second Row: L. Tivrncy. D. Cook, B. Stangcr, CYMNASTICS CLUB-Bottom Row: D. Rvagen, B. Linhart, B. Akers, C. Killinger. Svronrl Row: S. Graff, L. Vogun, D. McMillan, S. Flint, Mrs. Martin. Third .l. Winlcr, M. Casper. Top Row: L. Huppcl, K. Callahan, S. Cosgrove, K. Jolmson, A. Mr'C0rmick, J. Strathmcyer. Style . . . And Precision Row: .l. Sclruslvr, .l. Strartlrrncyvr, D. Stunlvy. S. Vovlkcr. Top Row: C. Fcrronv, D. Alain-llo, D. Cottsclrull, Cv. Beal, L. Akers. , . FENCING CLUB-Bottom Row: C, Lawrence, M. S. Hamilton, J. Fay, B. Hanlin. Top Row: D. Hanna, Terwilliger, C. Fullmar, M. Cassaway. Second Row: T. M. Knobil, B. Armstrong, D. Ackerman, D. Barker, B. Thorn, D. Spirtes, E. Grazioli, L. Johnson, W. Budarz, Fornof. Phe Choice Of Clubs Is Wide! CAPTAINS CLUB-Bottom Row: Mrs. Martin, Karen Walsh P. Rekowski, Sue Marzolf, L, Beeken. Second Row: N. Mc Cormick, B. Bradley, D. Campbell, L. Santelli, B. Boble, A. M. Vitari, C. Gunkle, B. Schwet, B. Troutmann, D. Simms, N. Meinert, Third Row: H, McClellan, J. Schusler, T. Wright, .I. Kielty, J. Divittorio, J. Snce, L. Garvey, R. Czartorski, J. Lom- bardi V. Montville. Top Row: D. Morrow, M. Noone, H. McCune, L. Stewart, S. Borison, E. Sanes, L. West, J. Zepp, D. Maiello, L Wesley. g .4 FOLK CLUB-Bottom Row: S. Williams, B. Waldsehmidt, Sunseri, L. Cochrun, E. Bucha, F. Bolton, B. Fuller, J. S. Coholieh, ,l. Wadsworth, D. Baumgartel. Second Row: L. Fulton, C. Caye, M. A. Specht, V. Tunny, E. Idler. Top Entwisle, P. Weir, S. Pelk, B, Grindle, K. Mclntyrc, G. Row: R. Rice, J. Reibert, N. Hague, C. Laney, L. Stamy, Naugle, S. Storck, C. MacDonald, J. Farren, D. Greco, G. L. Blumenfeld, S. Bloomfield, M. Cornman, D. Guch, C. Milby, C. Currulalva. Third Row: T. Conlee, C. Bolton, V, Kaminski, K. Ciorra, C. Mockenhaupt. Music Program Is Rejuvenated GIRLS GLEE CLUB-Bottom Row: D. Zin-nike, K. McCean, K. Stofan, M. Cornman, G. Brown, S. Cowles, J. Farren, E. Miller, D. Campbell, S. Thompson, E. Duff, D. RL-ihert, 1. Nicolazzo. Second Row: P. Thomas M. Swain, B. Briston, T. Allen, A. Engelliart, E. Fuller, S. Skowron Third Row: E. Powell, D. Swinny, C. MacDonald, F. Bolton, E. Bucha J. Diamond, J. Monsour. Top Row: M. A. Lukee, M, Evens, S. Allen, D Cottshall, S. Konrad, B. Schweitzer, R. Henderson, A. Pisareik. 54 The Folk Club started its second year in full swing with an entertaining assembly in late November. At this performance the talents of individual groups were displayed along with those of the entire club. The climax of the Folk Club's year was a night performance of L4As Colours and Pat- ternsw. Among the types of songs included were rock and roll, blues, and songs created by members of the club, along with well known folk ballads. The Folk Club also participated in other activities, including a visit to the Harmarville Rehabilitation Center. BOYS GLEE CLUB-Bottom Row: S. Roylance, G. Casile, M, Roberts, A. Sphar, P Weeks. Second Row: A. Ellstrom, R. Martin. R. Stansbury, C. Curry. Top Row: C Lobaugh, R. Swinny, L. Stamy, J. Schneider, C. McDonald, T. Middleton. y The Addition 0f Male Voices T CHAPELETTES-D. Zienke, K. McGean, K. Stofan, M. Cornman, G. Duff, D. Reibert,.l. Nicolazzo. Brown, S. Cowles, J. Farren, E. Miller, D. Campbell, S. Thompson, E. 1 TRI-K CLUB--Bottom Row: Miss Davis, D. Verbanic, J DiVittori0, R. Chopski, A. Evans, G. DeBlasio, E, Martineck, Miss Miller. Second Row: R. Horvat, J. Bernesser, S. Baranow- FUTURE HOMEMAKERS-Bottom Row: G. Mertz, C. Lisow ski, S. Spudieh, M. Fink, D. Jocrger. Second Row: Mrs. Stachow- ski, B. Akers, E. Freidhof, L. Akers, M. L. Fischerkeller, E. ski, C. Frey, C. Spampinato. Top Row: S, Patterson, M. Pele, P, Stresky, L. Klocek, C. Hock, L. Crooks, P. Strcsky, Clubs Open Doors Peitrzak. Third Row: J. Reese. C. Telegdy, K. Baker, D. Kwiatkowski, D. D'Amico, J. Hofer, L. Klocek, L. Abcr, M. Dzubinski. Top Row: P. Beck, D. Mikulla, K. Ruthrauff. esfb. NATURE CLUB-Bottom Row: L. Thorpe, D. Johnson, B. Bruno, C. Camp. Second Row: B. Jones, S. Behrend, B. Peery, A. Bobby, G. Hufnagle. Third Row: P. Indovina, J. Strath- meyer, K. Hufnagle, G. Spreng, J. Mansmann, M. Behrend. Top Row: D. Ernsberger, B. Dromboskey, B. Rohrer, P. Le- Donne, C. Buffington, G. Blashford. FUTURE TEACHERS-Bottom Row: M. Hofer, C, Woods, K. L. Schcerbaum, E. Rapetti. Callahan, N. Egan. Top Row: L. Carter, J. Hofer, M. Gumbert, Inspiring Careers And Hobbies ART CLUB-Bottom Row: D. Thomson, J. Evert, C. Enterline, M. Rector, G. Naugle. Top Row: J. Loftus, J. Fulton, V G. DeBlasio, L. Ludwig. Second Row: C. Dahlem, B. Bradley, Sunseri, K. McFarland, M. McCoy, M. Burns, E. Mateusiak Y-TEENS-Bottom Row: ix. Kurkewicz, N, Hermes, J. M. L. Spitzncr, V, Revilla, L. Chorlc, J. Fleming, S. Fasone, J. Ercog. Second Row: C. Puvlik, J. Hofer, D. Goetz. Top Row: L. Sukel, D. Ferraro, S. Patterson, H. D'Amico, D. Haller, D. Secola, V. Cordisco. Third Row: Kondrit, D. Diehm, M. Pele. l l GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB-Bottom Row: Mr. Yakupkovich, L. Reed, S. Newell, A. Bonavoglia, R. Massimino, D. McCluan, Allmckvr, W, lfmlwurrls.Sr'r,'0mlRo1u: ll, Lumlwrsun, S. Kennedy, C. Cole, L. Fairweather, Top Row: E. Dellctro, M. Grover, D. 1 E. Barry, E. Cumpto, C. Cook, W. Lconurdi. Third Row: A. Harslem,.l. McCormick, N. Kuchinick. l Technical Services Clubs Provide Welcome CAMERA CLUB-M. Knobil, Mr. DeWald, C. Buffington, J. Wadsworth, R. Dunkin. i ' N , 3-Q-. 3' . . G, 2 gi., I I f , 58 AUDIO-VISUAL CLUBYBottom Row: P. Koppel, R. McCluan. Konrad, Mr. Wheeler, J. Swinney, R. Swinney, E. Kwiatkowski Top Row: J. Blume, G. List, D. Cochrun, D. Ernsberger, E. B. Kleeh, A. Reed, O Asslstanee For Students And Teachers STAGE CREW-Bottonz Row: M. Celo, C. Wa11ace,R.Swinney, R.McC1uan. Reisch, C. Wright. Top Row: B. Kleeb, J. 2 MQ? ' 'U m.bQf.'! 8.1 A MAJORFTTES-Fzrsl Row S Roach S Kruusn B Onesl Seconds Row Mlry Carfollo C R0fllJHOWlf'h P Houggy R Qubhnsky, JJ vt? it a 3 pm , ' !fi 4 1' ,543 4' .1 4 I I1 Fzrst Ron D Cntlhxll 14 Chrlsty D Oblmgcr K Kdltenborn R. Obhnger K Wagner .Second Row M qtumpf C Schrmer J Schnelder, 7?-Ep -v"N5, Y-'-lv ,gpnun-lgw QQ-n-:music ibn QS'-1-'52 fprq First Row: C. Lippert. B. Powell. A. Srott. D. Knapp. Second Row: S. English, D. Morrow, ,l. Seward. K. KL1Illt'IlZlIlCl, P. Hoogvrliyde. Third Row: B. Bartli, C. Hiller. R. Swinny, M. Hertz. 5 . it-Lx! ,ffl I I K! . W., , 5. ,--. ,I X .li A li .f""" ,I-si ,-fi 1+ xx -,1-5 Z-.S f"'1 First Row: K. Dunvan. B. Fornoff, I. Pvrrino, S. Cupvlieck, T. Sproul. Second Row: D. Douglas, B. Brozak, B. Blclntyrf-, C. McDonald, J. Evans. Third Row: A. Palnwr, B. May, D. Classrm, R, Picper, L. Stamy. Iarne ie Awards Festival Fits! R01l'I Xl. Evans. D. Miller. S, Bcc'lir'1', NI. Luke:-. S. Gottsllall, S. Miller. Second Row: J. Krwusc, F. Mayer. B. Klvclm. S. Boylance. J. Ledcrer, E. Yarsliine. Third Rout F. Salmatini. J. Nlc'CnlIvy, D. Savakes, .l. Simonetti, M. Hauge, L. Skaliki. C. Dir-lwold, A. lflstruni, T. Dean. S. Contcnto, J. Wallace. , ' '1g5?f'Ti,,12:'E' f ' Q3-egg? C,?"'QQ First Row: P. Weeks. B. Fenton. Seforzd Row: B. Hofer, F. Doerfler, B. Beal. Third Rolo: J. Salmle, T. Armstrong. C. Lubaugli, B, Foster, G, Arndt, .-X. Spliar. ,146 Z-rv-4, fn-wh.. 11-1 5-111- yum: Stir' 1-- ,,--Q .,.-Q First Row: K. Blasllford, D, Morrow, J. Jarkson. Second Row: L. Palmer, S. Storc-k. K. Caldwell, R. Martin. Third Row: P. Richter, B. Wolf, J. Ratay, D. Simpson. COLOR GUARD-First Row: J. Witas, A. Solomon, E. Matt-usiak. Second Row: B. Daly, S. Ebcrliart, C. O,Dell, D. Hartman. L. Briggs. --if Vial ie- , CNW? ' , - ij.. J' f Q Y E K N 2 1 , Q Ha :" ,qi A 'K ' 1 -ef- 2,51 1-rf ,, ml gi 2, V -'fil 4, ' W w - .r ' K fa ' . , ,, L, ,mf V "H, MM 'A ' fe. .-5568 - pw Q T , ,A HI always played because I love the ZQTIIIIC. I like to play, to com- pete." -ffm Thorpe. Sports BOB MILAN-BI.V.P. GENE BECK BOB STRANGE Foxes 6 111 11 6 13 12 21 7 7 VARSITY GAME SCORES Opponent Lower Burrell 19 Springdale 12 North Hills 0 Beaver 32 Bethel 19 Westinghouse Memorial 12 Shaler 12 Churchill 19 North Allegheny 19 Win A Few DENNIS HARDY 13 fi., I '6The Foxes were never out of a ball game. They always played until the final whistle," so com- mented Coach Casile on the 1967 varsity football team. The team certainly proved this by playing some of the regionls best teams and coming out of the season with a record of 3 wins, 5 losses, and 1 tie. The Foxes defeated their biggest rivals: Spring- dale, Shaler, and North Hills. They had great determination and demonstrated this by gaining more yardage and scoring more points than any previous Fox Chapel team. Among the players who should receive special recognition are Keith Brem, Bob Strange, and Bob Milan, who were chosen for the West Penn Con- ference team. This year Bob Milan won the Bernie Skalski Memorial Award. Jose A Few Bottom Row: D. Davis, P. Joyce, J. Emerick, B. Marshall, C. Stiscak, B. Romano, M. Thimons, T. McCague. Second Row: B. Milan, J. Bellotti, P. McTighe, C. Beck, G. Becker, D. Hardy, A. Strange, T. Ladley, J. Al Strange makes the point. .l. Mason, T. Craig, M. Weber, B. Brinkloe, P. Haberman, T. Turiak, D Maiorana, Coach Casile. Fourth Row: T. Klauscher, D. Humbertson, R Martinek, B. Blank, K. Brem, J. Schall, C. Wesley, B. Deining, S. Laney Yount, P. Ziemkiewicz, B. Strange. Third Row: Coach Scholtz, F. Serrao, R. Linhart. Missing: N. Kuchinick. ,,,, 1. K If .... ,, up kk . I. ,.,...,,. ,,.....,,. x if was Q-tit vi -f .. with fs S ,li . , 1 fft V . "Y" T . f l . . ,, ',.. L 1 ""' A , plu g i:f,,ML a A 0 5 1 Q ...: L ' fy! , ' K, . ' q J A ., , .f i if J VY? ., , ,H ii or .D fy M, I ki 'li 'K' R at I -'M Jr' 65 Q llll , -if-1' -.4-1, '25 "gg-,gwgfd W, , ,..a..,,...M' fA ff, 1' K "" K 66 5 r - fwpvfe-,N V,,,,, L f ,:k" 'V In .. k -- ' I 'x 'Q lim 11, ff 7 AJEQP N, M W 'bf -A 4 . , +e. Q y 5 K f A-'?lI?ff2fl ,H ' The 1967 Cross Country team went into th. l season expecting great things. They came ou l with the best dual meet record in the school? i record books, six wins and five losses. Tri captain Matt Marshall had a record of nine winf and two losses and was able to finish 19th ir the State Finals. When the other two tri-cap tains, Dave Cook and Gary Stang, were slower considerably by injuries, the slack was taker up by Juniors Dane Sutton, Rege Cabanor, Mike Ratway, and Pete Procopio. They came through in grand fashion, shutting out Shaler for the first clean sweep in the school's history. This victory, coupled with wins over North Hills. Churchill, and Westinghouse Memorial, gave the team a record in the West Penn Conference. With only three varsity runners leaving, the team has an excellent chance to better their record in 1968. This year Fox Chapel had the best J.V. Football team in the school's history. Coach Domyslawski and DeRiggi and Captains Bob McCormick and Dave McKamish guided the team to a 6-0-2 record. The highlight of the year was the Penn Hills game. The score was tied with 1:25 to go. The Foxes scored two touch- downs in the last minute of play to win 2-1-12. . . Football nd' Cross Countri J.V. FOOTBALL-Bottom Row: E. Calanda, D. Guthrie, J. Hill, D. Marshall, J, Euwer, B. Malac, C. Clokey, B. Dzovonick, M. O'Toole, fa Thomas, B. Burns, T. Lombardi. Second Row: B. Besanceney, M. Stung, Guthrie, K. Miller. Fourth Row: B, Armstrong, J. Picard, T. Esser, W M. Joseph, P. Hodill, R. Johnson, D. McKamish, B. Beradino, B. MC- Kramer, D. Dilfmiddio, E. Liberatore, R. Lavia, .l. Kunkle, E. Eudamsl Cormick, J. Ranii, B. Hoskins. Third Row: Coach DeRiggi, E. Horne, B. ,, ' I pg V uw" T Ya ffif' ' .M 1 A ' QL 5 68 f .I 4. l Y CROSS COUNTRY-Bottom Row: B. Fenton, M. Marshall, R. Greene, G. Stang, J. Mateusiak, P. Procopio, G. Jonnet. Second Row: Mr. Clark, D Have Successful Seasons. The Sutton, R. Cahanor, B. McKinney, D. Cook, M. Ratway, B. Young Out in front as usual! -9' -' -11 ffl YQ -.........J J . .5 1 .e 7 f AJ, fi , ,fi ge . nr. ,b I if nk. . , H. 'v 1' 1. ,, rw' .f "N, vi k.,w:' Fry N A , .W . VARSITY SOCCER TEAM-Bottom Row: E. Rome, E. Woods, J. Large, TOP Row: W- Walker, W- KNOX- M- White, R- Pickel, .l. Ludwig G Nvzfk-,L-iii' 2' l , W- w J. Walmsley, T, Bluemling, R. Crates, V. Santelli, J. Link, Mr. Boyle. Mid0Ck- D- Dobratz, L- Skalski. O O W.P.I.A.L. Soccer Champlonshll N0b0dY,S DCffCCtl .lim Walmsley in control of the play. Foxes South Fayette . Foxes South Park . .. Foxes Chartiers Valley Foxes Monongahela . . Foxes Charleroi ..... Foxes Springdale .... Foxes South Fayette . Foxes South Park . . . , o1t'i Foxes Chartiers Valley WA Lm i Foxes Monongahela . . R - Foxes Charleroi . . . . . Foxes Springdale . . . ...ary X Q -in This yearis Varsity Soccer Team compiled the second best record in the school's history: Ten wins, one loss, and one tie. The Foxes won the first five games of the season easily, outscoring opponents eighteen goals to none. The most exciting game of this period was a thrilling 1-0 victory over highly-rated Chartiers Valley on a fourth quarter goal by Jim Vllalmsley. Next there was a heartbreaking 2-0 loss to Springdale, the Foxes' arch-rival. The team rebounded from the loss by winning the next five games easily, bringing their record to ten wins and one loss. The final game of the season found the Foxes at home against Springdale, whose record was nine wins, one loss, and one tie. An unusually large crowd turned out to see the teams battle to a 0-0 tie. The tie enabled Fox Chapel to win its second W.P.I.A.L. Cham- pionship in four years. Coaching the Foxes this year were Mr. Boyle and Mr. Gerhart. The captains for this year's team were goalie Tom Bluemling, fullback Joe Large, and wing Jim Walmsley, the leading scorer with thirteen goals. Mr. Boyle attributed part of the success of the team Uthe outstanding work and play by the defense, which was unscored on in ten gamesf' Players selected for the All-W.P.l.A.L. Soccer Team were Jim Walms- ley, Eric Woods, Tom Bluemling, and Gary Midock. Through- out the year teamwork was a key factor in many victories. Caps Successful Season J.V. SOCCER TEAM-First Row: C. Duryea, J. Mansmann, T. Duryea Wang R C0 d h J Ell t R R J B B Z1 k D Glb B. Rex, J. Flint, F. Christy, M. Piccardo, R. Socder, D. Hamilton E .l Blakely P garwiakes W llfllcM1llenell'l Szynliczihlslkl R Srl: 8 1 en L Murray, B. KOCl'1, .l. Destout. Second Row: Mr. Gerhart, D. Marshall T 1- '- -1 as.. ---V . , Y . p RN Nw 5 K t 44 l A if X tx! l l jf 5 ml' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM BOIIOIH R010 D C0gg1n G W1u13mS, R. Panza, D. Gannon, C. Frauenheim, D. Cook, C. Irvin, D, Jakovac. L Slrgrnt D Gilbert A Bukcn R Pott Second Row Coach Lindsay, Basketball Team This yearls team was caught in the down-draft after two years of twin-engined 'thigh velocityw basketball. Despite the superb efforts of senior Cecil lrvin, the boys were able to muster only three victories out of a twenty-two game schedule. With a definite height disadvantage to almost every opponent, the boys' play was characterized by an outside floor game led by Irvin and junior Al Beeken. ulrvw, the team captain, led all scorers with 2115 points. Beeken, although he missed six games due to an ankle injury, and another junior, Lowry Sargent, followed closely in the scoring race. Three seniors shared the two additional starting roles, Gil Frauen- heim, Dave Cook and Dick Cannon. ln the two critical victories, over impressive Har-Brack and arch-rival Shaler, Cannon earned the nick- name of ulcei' and Cook became known as c'The Scrapperw for their hustling plays that proved to be the Winning margins. ln the latter part of the season, two sophomores, Doug Gilbert and George Wil- liams, were promoted to gain varsity experience. The unclerclassmen showed great promise as Wlilliarns scored forty-four points in the last three games, Beeken hooped a game high of twenty-four against Churchill and Sargent blocked eleven shots on defense in the final Section 8A game. NX S ii u 4. Y' D ,al v-,fu N Kim! Q 135511 ,swf fW,,w EVN wwf LK is MY H ivw, Q X Q 'B .gp x S f 'ag r QM sf' lj? . 'xgx64 lL Ki. L E x a A xv. 15? , 1-9 ww" 5 . if 9' 3 f y W J , J ia , Q , 'ta E 1 53 4 ig 4' -9, J x 2 Q 1 1 NX A X JUNIOR VXRBIIX WRl'SlllNf' Tl: NNI Bottom R016 R Andcr on P McDowell, J. Swierzcynski, M. Puntereri, C. Voelker, B. Bernardino, J. Procoplo '1 W1 nu 'Nl P11 udo NI Qpcti B Bomino Top Rau Coach McCormick, M. Hertz. Wrestling Team Is Charaeterized Fox Chapelis wrestling team grows better with each season as the new Junior High provides an abundance of young wrestlers. As always, though, it was the seniors, Gene Becker and Art Sphar, who led the team to a 4-9 record. Becker, with a personal record of fourteen wins and two losses, led the following senior lettermen: Jim Anderson, Gene Becker, John Bell, Scott Hutchinson, Jim Link, Jim Lombardi, Phil Smith, Dave Trozzo, and John Yvolfendale. On February 23-24, the team, coached by Mr. Caldwell and Mr. McDowell, participated iI1 the W.P.I.A.L. Section 8 Tournament. First round winners were Jim Lombardi, 120 lbs.g Jim Anderson, 127 lbs., Mark Puntereri, 154 lbs.g and Gene Becker, 180 lbs. Becker was the only one to reach the finals where he lost 5-4. With a good nucleus of underclassmen returning and a good group of freshman wrestlers, the team is expecting to improve next year as they have done each year in the past. l 1 Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes VARSITY SCORES Penn Hills Gateway . . . Ralflwin .. Richland . . . Churchill .. Rurrel . . . Hampton ..... North Allegheny North Hills . . . Keystone Oaks Shaler ....... Munhall ..... Xvest Mifflin .. New Kensington By Strong Indlvldual Performances VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-Boltonz Ron N An ehni D Miller T NIcDowe1l S Hutchinson R Viugle J Rami A Strange E Becker W Cramer, V. Elliott, J. Lombardi, J. Anderson P Smith Top Row Coach Bemmg Hurd W0rk0UIS pay Off in IOWCI' Ii1HBS. The finish of this dive should he somewhat painful. S ' ' T k ' wlmmlng eam Ma es F lne VARSITY SWUIMING TEAM---B01l0mR0w: D. Weidner, D. Eakins, B. Longahaugh. Top Row: Coach llrwlt. Couch Crindlc, W. Walters M. Smith, E. Longahaugh, D. Cuurdiani, J. Euwer, P. Alcorn. Second Row: T. Scheerhaum, C. Avettu, M. Rigatti, M. Powell, M. Veenis, B. Schaeffei M. KlElUSC'l1C'T, B. Wuldschmidt, E. Horne, B. Young, R. Euwer, T. Scully, T. Wojtewicz. 7 Newell, T. Rall, T. Ludley, M. Marshall, B. McCutche0n, B. Blank, R. i F V SCORES Foxes 43 Lower Burrell .. 52 Foxes 72 Perry ........ .... 2 3 Foxes 63 Allderdice .... .... 3 2 Foxes 53 Lower Burrell . . 412 Foxes 52 Greensburg . . . .... 43 Foxes 66 Clairton .... .... 2 9 Foxes 115 Gateway ...... .. 50 Foxes 57 West Mifflin . .. .... 38 Foxes 36 Norwin ...... .... 5 9 Foxes 63 Greensburg . . . . . . . 20 Foxes 61 Glairton .... .... 3 fl Foxes 36 Gateway ..... . . . 59 Foxes 57 West Mifflin .... . . . . . . . 37 Foxes 13 Norwin ........................ 52 The current swimming team had a satisfying season with a record of nine wins and four losses in the tough Section II race. The season began with a disappointing loss to Burrell. Then the Foxes reeled off five straight victories and things looked much brighter. Throughout the rest of the year the team managed to have a record of four wins and four losses. The losses were to Gateway, the winner of the section, and Norwin, the second place finisher. This year's captains were Bill Schaeffer and Marty Powell. New school records were set in the 200 yard Individual Showing In State Finals J.V. SWIMMING TEAM-Bottom Row: T. Reed, T. McKenna, M. Mc- Corkle, R. Quay, J. Burdakiu. Second Row: C. Waligura, G. Brown, J. Boyd, B. Quick, P. LeDonne, D. May, J. Sable, D. Crandon, C. Schriver, J. A good start is the first step to victory. Medley and l00 yard Backstroke by Bill Schaeffer, in the 100 yard Butterfly by Bill Blank, and in the 200 yard Medley relay by the team of Bill Schaeffer, Tom Scully, Bill Blank, and Rich Longabaugh. This relay team placed fourth in the W.P.l.A.L., fifth in the Western Regionals, and eighth in the State Champion- ships. Bill Schaeffer was elected to the All-W.P.l.A.L. team and was the yearis Bill Beegle Award Winner as the outstanding swimmer. Ellis. Third Row: Coach Bolt, Coach Grindle, B. Cosgrove, J. Gallagher, M. Marshall, K. Miller, J. Brown, W. Boyd, W. Kapp. l 79 Foxettes Went . . . Fought Bottom Row M 'NIcClelland L Beeken S Carter N Farren C Pavhk Hertweck, J. Witas, J. Snee, I,. Garvey, J. Clouse, S. Krause M Schless J Schu Ier L Lippert J Yute Top Row M Ru sitano P Schramm S man P Mawhinny, Coach Martin. Foxettes Foxettes F oxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes Foxettes 42 67 54 38 33 111 81 54 62 66 55 51 A.A.U. 56 46 36 EXHIBITION GAMES Plum ............. Plum .. West Deer ....... Divine Providence . Divine Providence Richland ............ SECTION III GAMES Sharpsburg ........ Shaler ....... North Hills . . . Sharpsburg .. Shaler ....... North Hills ........... TOURNAMENT GAMES Montour ............. McGuffey ....... North Allegheny .... nd on. After four years of competition under the direction of their Coach, Mrs. Martin, the Girls' Varsity Basket- ball Team brought in its best season ever of eleven wins and one loss. Their loss came against Divine Providence when they were handicapped by playing without their high-scorer, Sheila Carter, who had 250 points this season. The girls have been playing together for four years and really play as a team. The team was undefeated in season play and captured the Section H trophy for the lfirst time. The Foxettes lost to Avella in the play-off .games held at Mt. Lebanon High School. For the third consecutive year the Foxettes hosted the girls' A.A.U. Basketball Tournament which was held at the Dorseyville Jr. High School. The Foxettes defeated Montour and McGuffey in tournament play but lost to their all-time rival, North Allegheny, who went on to win the tournament. All-star awards in tourna- ment play went to Varsity player Janet Witas and Junior Varsity player Lynn Wesley'. Co-captains for this year's team were Sheila Carter and Janet Witas who also shared the title of 4'Most Valuable Playerw as chosen by the team. ,1 C. Scholl, D. Morrow, C. Bennett, M. Marchese, J. Klous, G. Mc- Cgber, B, Yule, G. Rizzu. Top Row: Couch Martin, C. Kaminski, K. Church, K. Pray Laura . . . pray. Row: J. Lombardi, D. Cross, L. Meynard. Second Row: E. Abercrombi. C. Woods. A. Fulton, H. Pracht, L. Wesley', J. Burdick. S. Q9 II 22I - - e ' X X .wk dr pw ie. . 'f C' 3 Z? 8l This year a cheerleading squad was created solely for the purpose of cheering for the Foxettes. The team was chosen in the fall and accompanied the Foxettes, cheering at home and away games. The Foxette Cheerleaders entered into com- petition at the Girls, A. A. U. Basketball Tournament and did very well. The Junior Varsity Squad received a trophy for being 4'The Outstanding Cheerleaders in the Junior Division." The captains of the Varsity and ,Junior Varsity Squad were Debby Stanley and Jill Linhart respectively. Foxette Cheerleaders Create enthusiasm F 0 6 e FOXETTE CHFFRLFADERS Bottom Row M Swame B Lmhart T017 Row -l Llnlwff, D- Sffflnleb D- GTCCO, S- DOHHMSOU, D- Campbell Second Row M Tierney R Abramovlc V Mertz B Eckert D Guch S Ulm D Ml15ll0,S-Vf3Ch10l11- 1. 4'Foxes iFoXes MFoXes 4eFoXes ifF'oxes ' teFoXes 9el7oXes 'Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes +FoXes 9'l7oXes Foxes Foxes Foxes. Foxes Foxes Fox Chapel J.V. BASKETBALL SCORES ......56 ....51 ....6Ll ....35 ....59 ....f1-7 ....42 ....62 ....46 ....55 ....74 ....43 ....56 ....29 ....39 ....42 1118 11-44 1967-68 Oakmont ..... . . . 37 Springdale . . . . . 39 Kiski Area ..... . . . 33 Mt. Lebanon . . . . . . 39 Braddock ..... . . . 50 Har-Brack .... . . . 36 Edgewood .... .... 4 48 Montour ..... . . . 51 Section VIII-Class A Gateway .... . . . 60 Churchill . . . . . . 51 Plum ...... . . . 44- Wfilkinsburg . . . 73 Penn Hills . . .. . 53 Scott ..... . . . 57 Shaler . . . . . 26 Montour .............. 56 Gateway .............. 52 Churchill ............. 40 Plum-Canceledfbad weather Wlilkinsburg .......... 47 Penn Hills . . .... 50 Scott ......... . . . 51 ......54 leinrlicales exhibition games RECORD: Won-11 Lost-10 Reesey breaks free for an easy jump-shot Lnd J.V. Foxes Gain Recognition In Competition l.V. BASKETBALLHBotzom Row: B. Zelenka, D. Thomas, R. Soeder, J. L. Loeser, F, Christy. rlill, R. McClelland. Top Row: Coach Mason, B. Johnston, B. Bescanceny, Fox Chapel Vixens Splas .l.V. SPEED SWIMMING-First Row: B. Ladley, B. Brison, D. Eck, K. Caldwell, C. Sphar. Second Row: D. Morrow, L. Tierney, D. Cross, L. Beeken, P. Markle, A. Donaldson, M. Noone. Third Row: Mrs. Martin, K. McFarland, D. Cook, D. Celtner, J. Hennessey, V. Montville, B. Guterl, Two Vixens show perfect starting form. V 84 L. West, P. Monteverde, Miss Gregory. Fourth Row: M. Steffey, B. Edel- man, J. Dorn, S. Voelker, B. .Linhart, K, Clark, S. Cober, K. Coleman, S Cosgrove. The 1967-68 Girls' Speed Swimming Team did an excellen job by going undefeated during the regular season. This year': captains were Lindsay Happel and Sue Donaldson. The grad uating seniors are Sherry Cow, Bonnie Grindle, Janet Ioerger Sherry Pelc, Peggy Weir, and Lindsay Happel. Fox Chapel placea third in the Championships with Laura Beeken taking a firs place in diving. Second places were won by the 100 yd. Medle Relay team of Hennessey, Pele, Happel, and Donaldson, and th 200 yd. Freestyle Relay team of Crindle, Amsler, Happel, an Maiello. ln the Trees Pool Meet, Fox Chapel took second plac overall. This time first places were won by Laura Beeken i diving and the team of Amsler, Maiello, Beeken, and Ladley in the 200 yd. Freestyle Relay. Judy Hennessey broke the schoo record in the 50 yd. Backstroke during the year. Donna Maieil was undefeated in Butterfly in section competition and Laur Beeken was never defeated in diving in any competition sh entered. At the Trees Pool Meet, Fox Chapel defeated Bethe for the first time in the school's history. o An Undefeated Season Laura Beeken is the sclloolls undefeated diver. VARSITY SPEED SWIMMING-Bottom. Row: Miss Gregory, A. Draper, S. Amsler, M. Church, S. Donaldson, D. Maiello, M. Conner, J. Strath- In this race, the only opponent is the clock. We meyer, S. Cowles, Mrs. Martin. Second Row: P. Weir, J. loerger, P Gibson, L. Happel, B. Grindle, C. Beal, S. Pelc. un.. .. - Not even tennis balls get by Scott! ln 1968 the Varsity Tennis Team was faced with the problem of rebuilding after the graduation of all but one of the regular players from last year. Scott Hutchinson, the 9951 singles player, was the only returning letterman. The two other seniors on the team were Mauricio Moreno and ,lohn Bell. The rest of the team was made up of sophomores Eric Horne, Dave Miller, ,lon Flint, and Wes Walters. The season started out with losses to Churchill, Franklin, and Oakmont. Then the boys won 4-1 matches from Kiski Prep and Avonworth. After four losses, the team again beat Avonworth, this time 3-2. The season closed with a second victory over Kiski Prep. Overall, the team had a record of four wins and eight losses, despite a strong desire to win. Some of the players were at a disadvantage, due to a lack of varsity experience. Things look very promising for the next two years because of the many outstanding sophomores on the Varsity and Junior Varsity squads. Tennis And Freshman Sports R 'ij iljj X VARSITY TENNIS TEAM- Bottom Row: D. Miller, M. 'll Moreno, .l. Bell, J. Flint. Top Row: Coach Cerhart, S. Hutchinson, E. Horne, D. Marshall. Xxx. OM 86 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: S. Botta, M. Milan, R. Miller, P. Devore, D. Streyle. Second Row: R. Baker, W. Kelley, D, Booth, T. Fleming, S. McCoy. Third Row: R. Klauscher, C. Brown, J. McTighe, E. Scharpf, J. Stiscak. Lack Publicity. FRESHMAN SOCCER TEAM-Bottom Row: A. Fischerkeller, R. Miller, G. Babcock, W. Kelley, B. Harrison, T. McKenna. Second Ig0w:1 R. Baker, E. Mockler, R. Amdt, T. Fleming, D. Booth, D. trey e. if FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: C. Pauli, W. Baker, T. Cuardino, J. Holmes, B. Smith. Second Row: D. Abt, R. Maiorana, K. Flaherty, M. Richter, C. Soeder, R. Dolan, C. Lessman. Third Row: J. Hauge. M. Pentarek, J. Sinnett, J. McTighe, R. Virostek, C. Fullman, J. Veltri. 1 6 dei FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM--Bottom Row: M. Milan, D. Streyle J. Gallagher, W. Weir, C. Soeder, B. Synan. Second Row: D. Sligherl R. Baker, B. Kirin, T. Fleming, M. Richter, C. Lessman, R. Stanger Foxes .... .... Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes Foxes TRACK SCORES .36 Hampton . . . .63 Churchill . . . .31 Gateway ...... 111 North Hills . . . 1141 Kiski Area . . . 70 Shadyside .... .88 Har Brack . . . .42 North Allegheny .4135 Shaler ........ .99 Richland ...... 100 070 Improvement Under The New Leadership Broad Jumper flies through practice Memert glves his all ln the mule relay Sophomore, Glen Jonnet, gasps for air at the . ,aA.At. ,....4.a..4L., .. TRACK AND FIELD TEAMSBottom Row: J. Elliot, M. Smith, S. Pusznak, S. Conteno, R. Winsby, G. Williams, G, Ratway, T. Baugher, Mateusiak, J. Morrow, C. Waligura, C. Schriver, S. Cupcheck, G. Jonnet, L. Vitari, D. Davis. Top Row: Coach Domyslawski, B. Meinert, D. F. Huff, T. Wang. Second Row: F. Sabatini, D. Lutz, D. Vasbinder, P. Humhertson, L. Sargent, D. Classon, A. Bradshaw, G. Beck, D. Sutton, Alcorn, B. McKinney, S. Zelenka, J. Scialabba, B, Burns, J. Picard, R. S. Lyle, D. Dolhi, B. Blakely, M. Marshall, Coach Clark. Brozak, J. Mason. Third Row: D. Hardy, M. Ratway, J. Thullen, R. In two more seconds I'll throw. If Coach Clark Lowry Sargent sets a new record for the high jump. 90 I As Coach Clark said, the Varsity Track and Field Team 'cexperienced a 100921 improvement this yearf' From one win in 1967, the team rocketed to two victories and eight losses in 1968. The outstanding aspect of the whole season, however, was the tremendous support provided by underclassmen. They set four individual and school records as well as one relay record. Lowry Sargent soared 579" in the high jump, Bruce McKinney leaped 19,575 in the broadjump and 39'9" in the triple jump. Gary Ratway tied the pole vault record with a Vault of 11,6", and George Williams hurled the javelin 163'6". The two mile relay team also shattered the existing record with a time of 81384. The returning lettermen were not idle, however. Seniors Matt Marshall, Rob Strange, Dennis Hardy, Gene Beck and Steve Lyle will be sorely missed. Marshall represented Fox Chapel in the 2-mile run at the WPIAL finals where he qualified for the state meet by placing second. Needless to say, the underclassmen were the backbone of the 1968 team, and the future never looked brighter. This yearis rifle team had a successful season, winning seven and losing four of their matches. Co-captains of this year's team were ,lamie Hoover and Bill Blakely. Next year's team will be hampered by the loss of four of their highest scorers, but Mr. Geis has high hopes for the remaining members of the team. Few Supporters But Strong Team Spiri1 It s Sock it to me time' Brozak sprints out of the starting block. l RIFLE TEAM-Bottom Row: D. Classon, G. Sutton, S. Lyle, D. Rice, B. B. Handzlik, J. Wlliteman, B. McKinney, T. Evagash, J. SHHIOIU, Coach Blakely, J. Hoover. Second Row: N. Cable, D. Sutton, A. Bradshaw, Ceis. S. Cornman, D. Johnson, B. Bruno. Top Row: B. Synan, G. Thompson, Vlark Rifle, Track, And Volleyball Teams VOLLEYBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: J. Armstrong, D. Belsito, J. Jones, Cook, B. Young, J. Sample, L. Sargent. K. Brem. Second Row: Mr. Deliliggi, J. Walmsley, S. Hutchinson, D. VARSITY GOLF-Bottom Roux: B. Waldschniidt, A. Beeken, G. Guch, E. Buckey. J. Ludwig. Top Row: Coach Mason, L. Wallisch, M. Vecnis, M. Powell, Al Beeken putts for a birdie three. , H--,Nagel W gym W YV Golf nd J.V. Baseball Fox Chapel's Golf Team dropped to second place in Section 3 of the YV.P.l.A.L. after winning the champion- ship for the last two years. The teamas record was a respectable seven wins and four losses. The squad took the same total number of strokes as did the section champions of last year, indicating that the teams were equal in ability. The seniors on the team were Larry Wallisch, Mark Veenis, Marty Powell, and Ed Buckey. The junior members were Captain Al Beeken, Bob Waldschmidt, and George Cuch. The player with the lowest average on the team was Al Beeken, with a 77.5, followed closely by Mark Veenis and Larry Wallisch. The season began with five straight victories, all by wide margins. Next came losses to Churchill and the eventual sectional champions, Plum. The last four matches resulted in two wins and two losses. The high- light of the year was a l6-0 shutout victory over Wilkins- burg. Vllith two lettermen returning, prospects for a good season next year look very bright. i X Lxfgil JV. BASEBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: F. Christy, B. Rex, R. Lisowski, T. Kluuscher. Tlzzrd Ron D Rini R n unltlg , T Lombardi, K. Haupl. Second Row: D. Golubic, D. Sable, M. Szyman- D. Tll0111aS, M. Cook .l Rdflll F CIQPCI' Coach Tivhon ski, I. McTighc, R. Soeder, D. Stevens, D. May, K. Nowak, D. Weidner, Have Good Years. Throughout the season the Junior Varsity Baseball Team has been very successful, compiling an 8-1 record. Three pitchers who have been instrumental in leading the team to these victories are Mike 0lToole, with a 3-1 record, Kerry Haupl, with a 2-0 record, and Dave Thomas with a 2-0 record. The team has beaten New Kensington, Shaler twice, North Hills twice, North Allegheny, Bethel, and Shadyside. The only loss of the year so far has been to Penn Hills. The best game of the year was against Shaler in which the Foxes found themselves behind 3-0 in the last inning. They w ere able to score six runs and win the game 6-3. All year long the team has been led in the hitting department by Mike O'Toole, who sports a .520 batting average. Joe Ranii has the most runs batted in with fifteen. The only game remaining is with North Allegheny, a team the Foxes have already beaten 5-2. The team has performed extremely well and many of the players should be able to move up to the Varsity next season. a ll . ,. A VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-'-BUUUWL ROW? J- Link, P- DiClhl'iCh, D- Third Row: B. Milan, J. Herstek, P. McTighe, J. Dolhi, D. Schweitzer Crosky, G. Midock. Second Row: G. Miller, C. Stiscak, A. Strange, T. B, McC0rmick,N, Kufghinick, Coach Scholtz, McCague, B. Knox, D. Cordisco, R. Dinger, D. Hufnagle, R. Dunkin. Gary Midock displays his excellent fielding ability. Al Strange Hurls First 94 Foxes ........ 5 Foxes ........ 5 Foxes ........ 2 Foxes ........ 3 Foxes ....... 10 Foxes ........ 0 ilFoXes ........ 5 WFoXes ........ 1 l'Foxes .... . . . .8 lfFoXes ........ 0 ',iFoXes ........ 3 lFoxes ........ 7 llFoXes ........ O Ml7oxes Ll "Foxes. ..... . .6 "i- 5" Denoles league game VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES Springdale .... Springdale . . . Shadyside . . . Tarentum .... Plum ...... Plum ...... Shaler ........ North Allegheny Hampton ...... North Hills Oakmont . . . West Deer . . . North Hills North Allegheny Yvest Deer .... The 1968 Varsity Baseball Team had a lot of rebuilding to do after the loss of nine lettermen from last yearis section cham- pions. However the juniors this year have been able to bolster the team considerably. As a result, their record so far this season has been much better than expected. The several losses during the exhibition season can be attributed to inexperience, but when the section games began the team started to jelll At this point in the year the team has a 4-3 record with four league games remaining. The highlight of the season was a no hit-no run pitching performance by Al Strange on May 7. This 3-0 victory over Oakmont is the only no-hitter in the schoolis history. Captains Bob Milan and Pat McTighe were Chosen as the Most Valuable Players by the team. All the players represented the school by their sportsmanship and winning record. - l Don't just stand there, runl Bill Knox is a Pirate of the future. o-Hit Game. " Well, is he out??? 'X i td K . Q O, 4 W tons: Y 5 .g ear A -ve a ff.: Elin. 01... 95 GIRLS SYNCHRONIZED TEAM Bottom Row L Happel S Amsler S Leadbetter, C. Dahlem, B. Grindle, M. Casper, Top Row: Coach B Stanger H McCune K Biker J Yute J Strathmeyer K Johnson Martin, Coach Gregory, M. Hofer, C, Hanna. J. Wimer, G. Hegarty, E Second Row P Dinrcn N NTCCO!'l1l1Clx I Dom D Cocoros M Church Duncan, R. Cramer. The Little Mermaids Dive In F01 The Girls, Synchronized Swim Team, under the new direction of Miss Gregory, presented the 5th Annual Synchronized Watei' Showg uThe Little Mermaid." The girls, captained by Jill Dorn, exhibited skill and grace in each performance. All of the choreography for each of the fourteen numbers on the show, was written and directed hy the girls on the team. The yearly addition of a boys' swimming squad always adds a humorous and sometimes unexpected twist to the show. The featured performers in this yearis show were: The Little Mermaid--,lill Dorn, The Prince-Bill Schaf- fer, The Prince-ssfsl3onnie Grindle, and Peggy Dineen as the Sea Witch. 22222342 L fmfig 'P 4 3 , x . tx. '- X I fff X lf r' , A- ' ,gn If v fit fi it Ei 'Y ff ik M i A ,AI 5' K. if ,,12 ' xt .iff L 4 EMM? L J fqmm Y' ,M ,,,,, ...-0"7 -.M', - . ff-A --W? M ,.. ,KA ,,,, 4? 4, ,Q,rr I A alla, H Wy, iafffawrf 'Q ww 1 , Qin ,- .V ' 2 V, VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-First Row: J. Dorn, B. Ahl, S. Marzolf, M. Mahaffey. Schnorr, B. Grindle, C. Ferrone. Second Row: B. Bradley, P. Hoskins, J. Cheerleaders Generate Eneouragemen FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS-C. McCutcheon, R. Stack, D. Obradovich, K. Fuhrer, C. Rekowski. 1 .Q 4 e 1 B ,l.V. CHEERLEADERS-First Row: C. Mockenhaupt, L. Cross, S, Ams- Clark. ler, D. Cocoros, J. Dorn. Second Row: B. Foster, B. Edelman, K. Vor Fox Chapel Athletes. This year's cheerleaders, captained by Bonnie 'rindle and sponsored by Miss Greco, began the ear early by having bake sales during the summer lonths. From this hard work and enthusiasm, which ley carried on throughout the year, they were ble to purchase new inegaphones for the Varsity quad and new red skirts for the Junior Varsity. 'hey also sponsored the annual 'Tootball Sweet- eart" Dance in the fall. The team's selection this ear was senior Patty Hoskins. In between games, ractices, and pep rallies, the cheerleaders sold ulick- ni Foxesi' lollipops to spread pep throughout the zhool. Money from this project was used by the ep Club to paint signs and posters. The spirit and enthusiasm stirred up by the squad 'as an important factor in the success of the school's thletic teams. Our school can be very proud of the xcellent job done by all the girls who participated n the three cheerleading squads. 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Riviere, B. Ahl, M. Rector, L. Greco, G. Naugle, L. Eninger, T. COX, .l. Link, R. Hall, C. Stewart l Booth, S. Reif, J. Diamond, L. Hill, G. Lewis, G. Hegarty. Second Row: Monsour, E. Classhurn, D. Cordisco, P. Picard, T. Costanzo. Fourth Row R. Creyback, R. Cramer, P. Giacobine, P. Hoskins. M. Lance, C. Gaisford, B. Bandi, P. Weeks, R. Pott. J. Wadsworth, P. Montville, T. Middleton T. McKenna, J. McTighe, C. McCutcheon, S. McCoy, G. Maguire, L. R. Raugh, B. Musgrave, A. Wood, L. Miller, D. Sahr. Senior Play Scores Another First "Maybe you're not in a hurry, but I am. l want you to get me for a husband before anyone else does." I04 On November 17, 1967, the Senior Class presented, be- fore a "standing room onlyu audience, 4'Pure As the Driven Snowv. It was a 'gmellow-dramaf' by Paul Loomis. The heroine of the play was Purity Dean portrayed by Cindy Stewart. Rich Hall played Leander Longfellow, the hrave hero and lover of Purity. The villain, Mortimer Frothing- ham, was played by Randy Raugh. The play took place at Uland Inn which was run by Jonathan Logan flim Linkj. For the first time in the history of Fox Chapel, musical numbers were introduced in a class play. Also added to the play were car ly girls, card girls, and plants. The master of ceremonies was Bill Bandi and the assistant directors were Polly Picard, Tina Costanzo, and Linda Baker. Miss Pamela Greco was the director for this unusual and well- performed play. 'flumpin' orirkets, what a night!" With Musical Sketches "An' when l'm a-sortin' pickles down at the fact'ry your sweet face comes 'tween me an' the pickles." "Stopl If you advance one step further, I shall cull for aidf' ACTING CAST-A. Woods, J. Link, R. Hall, R. Raugll, G. Naugle, C. Stewart, L. Eninger, J. Monsour, T. Cox, D. Cordisco, T. Mahaffy, E. Classburn, Weeks. I05 Q Q M-sr' cv U Xu O V ' gg 'Q as 1 I D "Madame, I'm not interested in your hackhonelll 'Q ' 99 The Spider There's more than one way to grow a heard! '6He's my brother! And he didn't do it! l" Friday, March 29th in the Trivoli Theater, the Great Chatrand flsloyd Stameyl entered with his beautiful assistant Estelle 4'Kathy Bakerl. During his act a murder was committed hy an unknown assailant, creating a wild frenzy in the audience and on stage. Beverly fleanne Steitzl, a soft and gentle girl whose brother, Alexander, fBill Rohrerl was accused of the terrible murder of Mr. Carrington fljaul Ziernkiewicsl, later attained the help of Chatrand to unspin the murder. ln the audience, a flighty and talkative woman, Mrs. J. W. C. Wimbleton flfaye Boltonl was constantly creating disturbances which Officer Daugherty fTom Ladleyj had to curtail. The mystery was unfolded through a haunting seance, during which the murderer fNancy lVIcCormickH was tricked into believing that Mr. Carrington had risen from the dead. The junior play was directed by Mr. Michael Benedict with the assist- ance of Debbie Cocoras, Madeleine Conner, Donna Maiello, and Sally Murdaugh. HI was examining this man Chatrand! I found this gun on him . . . I" IO7 HOMFCOWIINC COURT C Rckow lu D Booth M Ratway P Rekow R. Strange, B. Ahl, R. Raugh, B. Akers, J. DcVorc, M. Stang. 0 Fourth Annual Homecommg Fox Chapel's Fourth Annual Homecoming was launched by the lighting of the bonfire. Clear and sun- ny skies the following day paved the way for a per- fect homecoming. Preceding the football game was the parade of the homecoming court, followed by colorful floats. Float entries included the four class floats, the Future Home- makers of America float, the Key Club float, and the Student Council float. The homecoming theme was 4'Eras in History." The senior class took first prize with the L'Haight-Ashburyi' float. Mari Dee Schnorr was crowned Homecoming Queen during the gameis half- time festivities. There was great team spirit and support from the fan, as Fox Chapel claimed victory over Shaler, 21-12. This was Fox Chapel,s first homecoming victory ever. The Homecoming Dance was a perfect ending for a perfect day. Bob Milan breaks through again! ls Best Yet Didn't the school code state that there was to be no smoking? ,Jw saw '-f! 'I sob Did the driver come with the car? Senior float wins first prize. It must have been the wind. so were v W - ,.- X ,V .. . -X . if ., - , Q WJ., K E ,V A ,iw s N xy, Bill and Bonnie luring the wedding scene I0 a graceful conclusion. Couples swim-swing your partners-do-si-do. May Finale For Swimmers And This yearis synchronized swim show was "The Little Mermaidf' fea- turing Jill Dorn, Bill Schaeffer, and Bonnie Grindle, coached by Miss Gregory and Mrs. Martin. The girls did their own choreography which displayed much creativity. The lighting, music, and art work blended together to produce a performance whose success was marked by sell- outs on all four nights. Synchronized swimmers like to he big wheelsi Art classes spend many hours preparing the scenery for "The Littlest Mermaid." IIO E Fay Bolton 'LFiddler in the Gym." Wow! The competition in King Tut's Harem! l 'Gymmersn Under the leadership of Mrs. Alice K. Martin, two hundred seventy-five girls participated in the third annual gym show, MMuch Ado About Maids and Muscles." The girls portrayed different as- pects of physical education throughout history. Some of the feature attractions were the Cer- man soldiers, medieval knights, hip hippies, and the treacherous Bonnie and Clyde. The girls thor- oughly enjoyed themselves and the show was a grand success! "The Russians are Comingi' 'i 5. Linda and Roberta really learned how to swing those clubs. eff fi as ,ttt Mrs. Martin watches from the sidelines. Graceful Creek maidens attempt a "Flat Foot Floogief' I New National Honor Society members prepare to he sworn in. Dr. Dwight Hanna presents the speech at the induc- tion ceremony. 0 .H.S. Induction Recognizes -' The light of knowledge is passed on. Old N.H.S. members establish a solemn atmosphere. Exchange student Mauricio Moreno was presented with an honorary mem- bership. ? E 6 II3 Hey quick! Hide thc cards and look innocent. COHL6I1lrdt10n Will they both still be smiling after the game? Dr. Allen, originator of the academic games, settles a dispute during the olympics. II4 KCADEMIC GAMES TEAM-Bottom Row: D. Dobratz, J. Skowron, T. hallpfi MiSS KHVHHHETL G- Kaplan, P- Pfam, .l. Wadsworth, L' Magllifff- Slater, J. DeVore, Top Row: R. Ayres, C. Carrubba, J. Boyer, C. Mocken- Virst In Academic Ol mpics Piera and Christal plan their propaganda. x f TX--:wi On May 1, the Fox Chapel Academic Games teams, under the tutelage of Miss Kavanagh, arrived in Fort Lauderdale. Florida, for the Nova Games. Russ Ayres, jeff DeVore, John Boyer, Gordon Kaplan, and Joe Wladsworth were the first team. while Tom Slater, Lynn Maguire, Christal Mockenhaupt. Cathy Car- rubba, and Piera Prato were the second team. Jude Skowron and Dan Dobratz played as independents. The games played were Equations, On-Sets, Propaganda, Democracy. and Tvff in Proof. The second team surprised every one by becoming Propaganda champions, while the first team won in Democracy. After each game, points were allotted according to standing. Fox Chapelis first team became the overall National Olympic team. Playoffs were held the last day to determine the individual games champions. Russ Ayres, Lynn Maguire, Jeff l'JeVore, Tom Slater, and John Boyer qualified for the playoffs. Russ won both the On-Sets championship and the Wff all Proof cham- pionship and came in second in the Equations playoff. liecause of his outstanding performance he was also named Best Senior Olympics Player. The Florida trip was not all work. Included in the four days were a cruise, a dance, and a Sunday beach party. The team re- turned with, if not a tan. a burn plus eleven trophies. 1 Il5 Fox Chapel Is 15 Door dlspldys add to ChI'1Qfl'l'l3S sp1r1t f I ..g..lL ,, , Hey, Randy, lay off! Marty Powell wins Kiwanis award. ittle Bit Of Everything The Junior Class loves bagels. C0 Foxes! Gymnastics ski Good will existed between candidates ssemblies. W,-,.....-n Flowers . . . Butterflies 'silk QQ 99 Dancing . . . This Year, Even Betters A 5 mix ii ,'-, Another Graduation Signifies l'he Beginning Uf Greater Things COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES High School Athletic Field Monday Evening, June 3, 1968 at 7:15 o'clock Presiding: John R. Raugh, President, Class of 1968, Prelude - "Slavonic Rhapsody No. 2'l , ,Carl Friedemann Processional - - "Pomp and Circumstanceu , , ,,,Elgar Invocation , , , . The Reverend Harold E.Towne Welcome , , , John R. Raugh Oration ,,,, . .Russel W. Ayres Oration ,,,,, , Lynn A. Maguire The Alma Mater ,,,, ,,,,, Th e Assemblage Presentation of Class ,,.., ,,,,, D r. John G. Cober Dr. Jack J. Roush Presentation of Diplomas , , , .,,,,,,, Mr. Charles E. Ahl, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Wright, Jr, Benediction ,.... ,, , The Reverend Harold E. Towne Recessional - - "Pomp and Circumstancev ,,.,, , , . , , ,H , , ,Elgar Postlude - "March-Seventeen Come Sunday", .R. Vaughan Williams W V K Audience will please remain standing until members of the I 2 I graduating class have left the athletic field - auditorium J 2l.,ivs,,.,. ,i,,ai,g,Kk . - M w--2-.V . .' 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ARTURO Intra. 105 Hall Monitor 12. CHRISTOPHER TIFFANY AVETTA Transfer Student 115 Swimming Team 11, 125 Mile Swim Club 11, 125 Key Club 12. CHARLES RICHARD ABER Art Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Mile Swim Club 9, 10, 115 Swimming 10, 115 French Club 9, 105 Homecoming Comm. 125 Jr. Class Play Comm., Chairmang Sr. Class Play Comm.5 Riding Club 12, Treas. 125 Prom Comm. 115 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. BARBARA BELL AHL Cheerleader 9, 11, 125 Student Council 11, 125 Sr. Class Treas. 125 Homecoming Attendant 125 Yearbook Business Staff 115 Sr. Play Cast5 Varsity Swimming Team 105 Attendance Squad 11, 125 Fox Tales 125 man 12. LINDA GRACE AKERS Comm.5 French Club 10. Linda RUSSELL WILLIAM AYRES Renard 10, 11, 125 Jr. Assistant 115 Ed.-in-Chief 125 Academic Games Team 11, 125 Nat. "Equations" Champion 115 Nat. Honor Society 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 11, 125 Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist5 Debate Club 9, 105 Westinghouse Science Honors Institute 12. LINDA EILEEN BAKER A.F.S. 10, 11, 125 Sr. Class Play Student Director5 Jr. Class Play Comm.5 Debate Team 9, 105 Fax Tales 11, 125 Homecoming 125 Renard 105 Magazine Drive 105 Prom Comm. 115 Christmas Dance 125 Soph. Dance Comm.5 Spanish Club 9. Jr. Play Comm.5 Homecoming Comm., Publicity Chair- Gymnastic Team 11, 125 Tennis Club 10, 11 12 F.H.A. 11, 12, Pres. 125 Fox Tales 115 Jr Prom Jack Officers Are DPIVIH Bill Doug Eileen Bob Cary CiI1I1Y l 24 WILLIAM ROBERT BANDI Sr. Class Playg Gymnastics Club 125 Baseball 9, 105 Football 95 Student Council 9. DOUGLAS RICHARDSON BARKER Fencing Club 125 Chess Club 105 Rifle Club 95 French Club 105 Mile Swim Club 11. EILEEN MARIE BARRY Fox Tales 11, 125 Ed. Assistant 125 Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Jr. Class Play, Make Up Comm., Publicity Comm.5 Sr. Class Play, Chrmn. Costumes, Program Comm.5 Tennis Club 10, 11, 125 French Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Graphic Arts Club 12. ROBERT JOSEPH BARTH, JR. Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Intra. Football 11, 125 Intra. Softball 115 Basketball 9. GARY KEITH BAUR Transfer Student 12. VIRGINIA MARIE BEAL Spanish Club 11, 12, Pres. 125 Folk Club 11, 125 Prom Comm.5 Sr. Class Play Comm.5 Synchronized Swimming 105 Speed Swimming Manager 125 Sr. Dance Comm.5 Pep Club 9, 105 Library Club 9, 105 Sec. 10. LEE EDWARD ALBACKER Print Club 10, 11, 12. GERTRUDE KATHERINE ALLEN Transfer Student 119 National Honor Society 11, 123 A.F.S. 123 G11-e Club 129 District Chorus Rep. 123 Pep Club 11g Jr. Class Play Comm. JAMES EDWARD ANDERSON Wrestling 9, 10, 11. 123 Varsity Club 11, 12g Wrestling Club 103 lntra. Football 12g Intra. Softball 11, 123 Track 11, 12. if Lee Trudy Jim Quang- , , Q Jeff Doug Chris Russ Linda Force Of Senior Class SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jill Dorn, Scfvreturyg Rob Str in e Vice-Presidentg Randy Raugh, President: Barby Ahl, Treasurer 7 if lla" - 1"5 Q NN' N51 . ' sf .L i j' 1 . . ff-,S W he ,,f' 1221222 - if- Q., ., , . K 1- ff :wf,45,3,-i5, ,1,- q3,g,3k. ' 493, f Underclassmen are forced to use their heads. Whipped cream for those too young to shave. Initiation of Underclassmen Or How To Petrify Freshmen and Sophomores. Seniors Assert Their Power Archie John Joe Bob Jeanie Karen Brent I 26 KAREN LEE BLASHFORD Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Wind Ensemble 12g Future Teach- ers 10, 11g Make-up Comm. Sr. and Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Christmas Dance Comm.g Chorus 113 Future Nurses 9, 10g Library 9, 10, 11. BRENT TYLER BLEVINS EDWARD JAMES BLUEMLING Ed EUGENE G. BECK Football 9, 10, 11, Tri-Captain 123 Basketball 9, 10, 113 Track 10, 11, Varsity Club 11, 12? Caf. Monitor. PAULA .IOHNANNA BECK Homeroom Sec. 9, 10, 113 Nature Club 93 Library Club 93 Future Nurses Club 9, 103 Future Homemakers Club 123 Bridge Club 12. EUGENE MICHAEL BECKER Football 9, 10, 11, 12g Track 9, 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Cai. Monitor 12. CLAIR ROBERT BECKWITH Intra. 1, 11. PATRICIA LEWIS BEEGLE Varsity Swimming 9, 103 Ski Club 10, 113 Renard 113 Homecoming 11, 123 Prom Comm. 11. BERNADETTE BEITLE Jr. Class Play, Student Direct0r3 Sr. Class Playj Home- coming Comm. 11, 123 Pep Club 9, 123 French Club 10, 113 Renard 11. Gene Paula Eugene Clair Patty Bernie luring Underclass Initiation Weeks Blakes ARCHIE GEORGE BELL Nature Club 10, 11, 123 Research Club 10, 11, 12. .IOHN MILLER BELL Wrestling Team 10, 11, 123 Tennis Team 11, 12 National Honor Society 11, 123 Key Club 10, 11, 12 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, Vice-Pres. 12? A.F.S. Comm. 12 Sr. Class Play3 Jr. Class Play Comm. 11. JOSEPH ANTHONY BELOTTI Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10? Track 113 Roundball Club 103 Intra, 113 Varsity Club 11, 12 ROBERT EDWARD BERNCIC Baseball 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 123 Roundball glub 10? Intra. Basketball 113 Football 123 Varsity lub 12. EUGENIA ANN BERNESSER Work Experience 123 Tri-K Club 123 Attendance Squad 93 Student Sec. 12. WILLIAM NEIL BLAKELY, JR. Track 10, 11, 123 Soccer 93 Rifle 10, 11, 123 Intra. Football 12? Student Council 113 Key Club 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. THOMAS FRED BLUEMLING Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Intra. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Intra. Softball 11, 123 Nature Club 10. MARILYN ANN BOOTH Transfer Student 103 Tennis Club 11, 123 Art Club 123 Fox Tales 123 Tally-Ho 113 Sr. Class Play Cast3 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Homecoming Comm. 123 Prom Comm. DANIEL BERNARD BOTULA Football Manager 113 H.R. Sec. 103 Intra. 10. Lynn Tools I 27 MADELINE MARSHALL BOYD Speed Swim. 9, 103 F.H.A. 1, 11, Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Play Comm. 11, 123 Fox Tales 10, 11, 123 Renard 123 H.R. Vice-Pres. 9, 10. .IOHN F. BOYER Academic Games 11, 123 French Club 10, 11. KEITH BREM Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Intra. 9, 10, 11, 12. Nv- Lin ,I ohn Keith THERESA GAYLE BROWN Transfer Student 123 Chapelettes 123 Glee Club 12. CAROL ANN BRYAN Tally-Ho 113 Attendance Squad 11, 123 Future Teach- ers 11: French Club 9. KATHLEEN SUE BUDZAK National Honor Society 11, 123 A.F.S. 12: Student Council 9, 10, 11, Jr. Class Play Usher Comm.3 Intra. 1 Gayle Carol CHRISTOPHER DALE BUFFINGTON Research Club 10, 123 Nature Club 10, 123 Camera Club 113 Vice-Pres. 113 Rifle Team 10, 11, 123 Chess Club 102 Renard 11, 12. MARY SEWELL BURNS Art Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Gold Key Winnerg Drama Club 10, 11, 123 Captains' Club 113 Jr. Class Play Cast 113 Prom Comm. 113 Pep Club 9, 101 Tally-Ho 103 Fox Tales 123 Homecoming Comm. 123 Jr, and Sr. Float Comm. ROBERT HARPER BURNS Transfer Student 103 Swimming Club 11, Rifle Club 12. we Kathy Blazmg Bonfire EUGENE ROBERT CABONOR Football Manager 113 Track Manager 103 Nature Club 10: Yearbook Business Comm. 113 Stage Crew-Sr. Class Play 123 Student Council-Alternate 123 Swim- ming 9. THOMAS WILLIAM CAHILL Football 93 Wrestling Club 9. KAREN M. CALLAHAN Synchronized Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 123 FTA 10, 11, 12, Pres. 12, FHA 113 Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Advanced Synchronized Club 11, 123 Renard 123 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Jar. Play Comm. 113 Sr. Class Dance Comm. l JOHNA ALYCE CARSON Fox Tales 113 Tennis Club 10, 11, 123 .Ir.-Sr. Prom.3 Foxettes Mgr. 11. SHEILA L. CARTER Girls' Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Girls' Intra. 9, 10, 11, 123 Renard 11, Tennis Club 123 Gymnastics 113 Pep Club 93 Captains' Club, Pres. 11, Capt. 12. LINDA SHAY CASILE ,Iohna Sheila Linda l28 if .ff 5.1f Q fs! Cafeteria monitors maintain discipline at all costs. iindles School Spirit U Vb kk X .W A N ' . 73 M rw' hi ' , K - 5 'S my Q S S fii 7 -, " . ' fs. Mary Bob 1 1 MARY CATHERINE CASPER Synchronized Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 Advanced Syn- i chronized Club 11, 12, Sec. 125 Speed Swimming 10 1 Homecoming Comm. 11, 125 Sr. Playg FNC 10, 11 W FHA 95 Spanish Club 11, 12. l MONTY STEVEN CELO Stage Crew Head 12. SIDNEY THEODORE CHAMBERS, JR. Research Club 10g lntra. Football 11, 125 Intra. Softball 11, 12g Drama Club Pres. 12. Nh' 'Qua-.4 'iq Gene TOIT1 Karen 5336. 'S' Mary Monty Sid 1 129 , Q SUSAN MARIANNE CHERMELY Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 12g Sr. Class Play Comm.g Jr. Class Play Comm.g Bridge Club 125 Tennis Club 10, 11, 129 Pep Club 10, 11. RITA KAY CHOPSKI Work Experience 12g Future Nurses 9, 10, 113 Y-Teens 11g Tally-Ho 11, 12, Typist 123 Fox Tales 12g Tri-K 12g Sr. Class Play Comm. 12g Chorus 10. RICHARD JOSEPH CLAUS Sue Rita Rich Gary Bunny Dave Kathi Dave Bonfire tudents Set Stage l National Honor Society engages in a typical scholarly endeavor. wf 5 . 9 , 1 - 2 . 4' 'Sailing-L,. JAN N CLOUSE Foxettes 9, 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 9, 10, 115 Girls Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Captains Club 115 Tally-Ho 115 Fox Shop 12. DOUGLAS VINCENT COGGIN Football 95 Stage Crew 95 Jr. Class Play Stage Crew, Manager 11. SHELLEY LYNN COLCOMBE Pep Club 10. Jann GARY N. COLE CECILIA CELESTE COOK Swimming Team 105 Jr. lass Play 115 Girls' Softball Team Intra. 9. DAVID EDWIN COOK Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 125 Tri-Captain 125 Basket- ball Manager 10, 115 Varsity Basketball 125 Track 9, 10, 125 Student Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Standing Comm. 125 Key Club 10, 11, 12, Pres. 125 Tally-Ho 9, 10, 11, 125 Renard 115 Volleyball 11, 125 Jr. Prom Affairs Club 10. Tina lor Homecoming Festivities VICTORIA COX Transfer Student 105 Sr. Class Play Cast5 Jr. Class Play aCast5 Drama Club 105 Chapelettes 10, 11, 125 Folk Club 11, 125 WFOX 11, 12, Sponsor, 125 District Choir 10, 115 Regional Chorus 10,4 115 Standing Comm. 12. THOMAS LEE CRAIG Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 125 Baseball 105 Track 9. ROBIN JANE CRAMER Synchronized Swim Team 10, 11, 125 Speed Swim Team 95 Tally-Ho 115 Fox Tales 9, 10, 125 Sr. Class Play 125 Tennis Club 11, 125 Captains' Club Treas. 115 Jr. Play Comm. 115 Prom Comm. 115 Homecoming Comm. 10, 11, 12. ROBERT JEROME CRATE Soccer 9, 10, ll, 125 Track 95 Tennis Club 9, 10, 115 Gymnastics Club 12. LINDA LEE CROOKS Tri-K Club 12, Asst. Program Chairman 125 F.H.A. 9, 10. 115 Ways and Means 115 Pep Club 10. JEANNE CUPPS Comm. 115 Sr. Class Play Scenery Comm. 125 World Doug Shelley KATHLEEN LAURA COOK Transfer Student 11. DAVID JOHN CORDISCO Baseball 9, 10, 11, 125 Sr. Class Play 125 Jr. Class Play 115 Intra. Football 125 Football 105 Varsity Club 11, 12. TINA ANGELA COSTANZO Future Nurses Club 9, 10, 115 Jr. Class Play 115 Jr. Prom Comm. 115 Sr. Play Student Director 125 Sr. Dance 12. Tory Tom Robin Bob Linda Jeanne l3I Hfp ,f"'4f: Hip Seniors and their hippie float. It just goes to show that FCHS has all types. Seniors Float B Hoz Peggy -I 0511 Lisa Edie Ralph Janet Dall ELIZABETH DUFFY Advanced Synchronized Swim Club 9, 10, 112 Syn- chronized Swim Team 9, 103 Play Comm. 11, 123 Captains' Club 113 Pep Club 9. EDITH ANN DUNCAN Synchronized Swim Team 10, 11, 123 Fox Tales 123 Future Nurses Club 10, 11, Corresponding Sec. 113 Jr. Class Play Comm. 113 Sr. Class Play 12, Captains Club 113 Prom Comm. 11g Homeroom Sec. 103 Home- coming Comm. 12g Pep Club 9. RALPH WILLIAM DUNKIN Camera Club 121 Renard 11, 123 Fox Tales 12g Varsity Baseball Manager 11, 123 Bus Monitor 123 Jr. Achievement 10, 11, 123 Intra. Basketball 9, 113 Intra. Football 11g Prom Comm. 113 Basketball Game Announcer 10? Chess Club 93 Library Club 9. DEBORAH ANN D'AMICO Tri-K 10, 123 Renard Bus. Staff 11, 123 Y-Teens 123 F.H.A. 123 Fox Tales 123 Ways and Means 122 Home- coming Comm. 12, Jr. Play Comm. 113 Sr. Play Comm. 123 Tally-Ho Typist 12. DAVID JOHN DAVIS Nat. Merit Semifinalist 123 Swim Team 103 Tennis 103 French Club 9, 10, 113 Jr. Play Comm. 11. MARJORIE DAWN DEAN F.N.C. 9, 10, 11, Treas. 10, 113 Fox Shop 123 Pep Club 113 Captains' Club 113 Prom Comm. 113 Jr. Play Comm. 113 Sr. Play Comm. 123 Homecoming Comm.-123 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. VIRGINIA M. DeBLASIO Tennis 93 Tri-K 12. EDWARD CARL DELLETRO Graphic Arts 12. JEFFREY STEWART DeVORE Nat. Honor Society 11, 12, President 123 Student Coun- cil 123 Key Club 123 American Field Service 122 Basketball 9, 123 Track 113 Academic Games 11, 123 Debate 103 Intra. Basketball 10, 113 Orchestra 9g Debby Dave Dawn Intra. Football 11, 123 Intra. Volleyball 10. Ginger In Prize-Winning Creations JOANNE HILLS DIAMOND Student Council 9, 103 Alternate 123 Swim Team 9, 103 Renard 113 Sr. Play Cast 123 Fox Tales 123 Cap- tains' Club 11Q Ski Club 11, 123 Tennis Club 113 Glee Club 12. MARGARET ELLEN DIN EEN Sec. of Student Council 123 Homeroom Pres. 113 Nurses Club 9, 10, 113 Sec. 10, 113 Captains' Club 113 Renard 123 Synchronized Swimming 9, 10, 11, 123 Adv. Synchronized Club 10, 11: Fox Tales 123 Soph. Dance Comm. 103 Jr. Prom 113 Play Comm. 113 Fox Shop 12, Sr. Class Play 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 123 Homecoming Dance Comm. 12. JOHN DITOMMASO Jill DAVID GEORGE DUN KLE J.V. Football 9, 10: Intra. Football 11, 12Q Intra- Basketball 10, 11, 123 Intra. Softball 10, 11, 12. DENISE ANNE DZIEKIEWICZ Ways and Means 10Q Sr. Red Cross 103 Pep Club 9, 103 Future Nurses 9g Tennis Club 10. SHIRLEY ANN EBERHART Band-Color Guard 123 Spanish Club 11, 123 Fox Tales 123 Y-Teens 113 Future Nurses 9, 10, 113 Christ- mas Dance Comm. 123 Future Teachers 12. Ed Jeff JANET VERONICA DiVITTORIO Work Experience 123 Tri-K Club, Pres. 123 Student Sec. 123 Captains' Club 113 Ways and Means Comm. 113 Pep Club 103 Girls" Intramurals 113 Girls Track 113 Library Club 9. DANIEL CHARLES DOBRATZ National Merit Semifinalist 123 National Honor So- ciety 11, 123 Soccer 10, 11, 123 Key Club 123 Renard 10, 123 Sports Ed. 123 Debate 10. JILL DIANE DORN Student Council 9, 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 123 Class Sec. 11, 123 A.F.S. Finalist 113 Synchronized Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 123 Captain 12: Advanced Synchronized Club 10, 11, 123 Vice-Pres.. 123 Home- coming Chairman 12: Homecoming Attendant 103 Fox Tales 103 Tally-Ho 113 Captains' Club 113 Prom Comm. Chairman 113 Play Comm. Chairman 113 Dance Comm. Chairman 10, 123 Fox Shop 123 Chorus 9. Dave Denise Shirl I33 Bill Norma LINDA LOU EVANS Renard 11, 123 Art Ed. 123 H.R. Alternate 11, 123 H.R. Sec. 103 Tally-Ho 11g Fox Tales 103 Prom Comm. 113 Play Comm. 11, 123 Homecoming Comm. 10, 11, 123 Dance Comm. 103 Ski Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Art Club 103 Bridge Club 113 Pep Club 9, 103 Band 9. MARIE ELIZABETH EVANS Transfer Student 103 Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 12: Honors Band 123 District Band 12g Allegheny Valley Band 10, 11, 12 Marching and Concert Band 10, 11, 12. A. JEFFREY FARMERIE Lynn NANCY ANN FARREN Foxettes 10, 11, 123 Renard 11, 12g Sports Ed. 12Q lntra. 10, 11, 123 Homecoming Comm. 12: Fox Shop Worker 12. WILLIAM DENNIS FENTON Cross Country 11, 123 Wrestling 113 Track 12. MAXINE ROSE FINK F.H.A. 10, 123 Attendance Squad 10, 11. Ruth Harry Mary Ann Abe I34 Mary Lou Gill WILLIAM JOHN EDWARDS Print Club 10, 123 Basketball Manager 11. MARY NORMA EGAN Transfer Student 113 Future Teachers 11, Secretary 123 Fencing Club 11, 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 123 Homecoming Comm. 12. EVELYN CAROL ENINGER Renard 11, 12, Index Ed. 11, Sr. Ed. 123 Tally-Ho 10, 113 Nat. Honor Society 11, 12, Secretary 123 Co- Student Director of Jr. Class Play3 Sr. Play Cast3 Ski Club 113 Tennis Club 113 Fencing Club 113 Homecoming Comm. 123 Prom Comm. 11. Linda Coronation Of Quee RUTH ANN FINKE Tri-K Club 12. HARRY JAMES FISCHBACH MARY LOUISE FISCHERKELLER French Club 103 F.H.A. 9, 10, 11, 12g Fox Tales 11, 12: Sr. Dance Comm.3 Ways and Means Comm. 113 Sr. Class Play? Intra. 123 Pep Club 9. MARYANN FLICK Attendance Squad 10, 11, 12g Pep Club 9, 103 F.H.A. 10. ABRAHAM FOSTER III Track 9, 11, 123 H.R. Rep. 11, 123 Gymnastics Club 11, 12. GILBERT JOSEPH FRAUENHEIM Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 12g Round Ball Club 9, 103 Intra. 11, 123 Spanish Club 11. CHARLETTE ARLENE ENTERLINE Kaufmann's Art Scholastics Award 9, 10, 115 Art Club. KATHRYN LOUISE ERDNER Nature Club 10, 11, Pres., 125 Research Club 10, 11, 125 Future Nurses 10, Library Club 103 Folk Club 11g Basketball Manager 9, 10, 11. ARLENE ANN EVANS Tennis Club 10, Tri-K Club 12. Fl Q M... Pixie Kitty Arlene .,,,..,. ---- . , .,... . gg-W S--"" Y 7 5 1 X Marie Jeff Nancy Bill Maxine fllimaxes Homeeomin Weekend Mrs. Karol points the way to Angel Martin and John Ticbon. glfadiant Smile from our Homscoming Queen, Mary Lee c norr. i CW ,ea i , .f:.l"' 4 'wif' fp. if pw f .. Sai sff1?iA if fl V8 H., , ., e..e'r1 QM ererree .1 in A A 1nK"""" 3 . , ." Ffififff f H ' I .W l it i Evie Genevieve Cynthie Dick TIMOTHY KELLY GARNER Nature Club 93 Track 103 Field 103 Football, Track, and Field 113 Orchestra 9, 10, 11. RICHARD ALLEN GEORGE Band 9, 10, 113 Soccer 93 Ski Club 11, 12, Ski Team 123 Sr. Class Play Comm. PATRICE ELLEN GIACOBINE Riding Club 123 Gymnastics 11, 123 Jr. Class Play Cast3 Sr. Class Play3 Fencing Club 103 Homecoming Comm. Chairman 12: Book Discussion Club, President 113 International Affairs 113 Speed Swimming 9, 10. EVELYN ELIZABETH FRIEDHOF F.H.A. 9, 10, 12, Vice-Pres. 12, Dance Comm. 10 Attendance Squad 10, 12. GENEVIEVE FREY Work Experience 123 Tri-K Club 12, Sec.-Treas. 123 Girls' Intra. 11, Pep Club 9, 10, F.H.A. 9. JANE LYNN FULTON Fox Tales 11, 12, Folk Club 11, 123 Bridge Club 123 Art Club 11, 123 Tennis Club 113 French Club 103 Pep Club 103 Prom Comm. 11, Homecoming Comm 11, 123 Soph. Dance Comm. 10, Sr. Play Comm. 123 1 Jr. Play Comm. 11. Jane CYNTHIA COLLYER GAISFORD Transfer Student 103 Ski Club 11, 123 Prom Comm. lg, 113 Fox Tales 123 Sr. Class Play 12. his Club 12. JOHN GARDNER John EDWARD ANTHONY GIANNETTA PAMELA YORKE GIBSON Swimming 9, 10, Mgr. 11, 123 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball Mgr. 10, 113 Fox Tales 123 Folk Club 113 Sr. Play Comm.3 Jr. Play Comm.3 Soph. Dance Comm.3 Tennis Club 113 Intra. 111 Pep Club 11. ELLEN JANE GLASSBURN Speed Swimming Team 9, 10, 113 Sr. Class Play3 Jr. Class Play3 Renard 10, 11, 123 Folk Club 113 Cap- tains Club 113 Mile Swim Club 10g Prom Comm. 11. RICHARD EDWARD GANNON Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Intra. 9, 10, 11, 12, Varsity Band! Take K Doug Debbie Sherry I36 Tim DOUGLAS PAUL GLASSON Band 9, 1, 11, 123 Rifle Team 11, 12, Jr. Play Castg Sr. Play CICWQ Westinghouse Science Honors Insti- tute 12. DEBORA GRACE GOTTSHALL Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Asst. Secretary 11, 123 Girls' Gymnastic Team 11, 12, Captain 123 Renard 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Pep Band 103 Jr. Class Play Comm. SHARON GOW Speed Swimming Team 9, 11, 123 Renard 11, 123 Fox Tales 113 Mile Swim Club 103 Sr. Play Comm.3 JT Prom Comm.3 Captains' Club 113 Student Court Ci 12. l Collision course, straight ahead! W sm- CN- l have a funny feeling something's up 'Ri Rich Pitti ROBERT JOSEPH GREEN Cross-Country 11, 12g Track 10, 11, 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Prom Comm. 11. SARA LEE GRECG Soph. Dance Comm. 10g Homecoming Comm.g Renard Staff 123 Riding Club 123 Slii Club 12. ROBERT JAMES GREYBECK Transfer Student 103 AFS 12g Soccer 11, 123 Track 103 Jr. and Sr. Class Playg Drama Club 10, 115 German Club 12. Ed Pam Ellen 0 Sara Red MARY GRIESBAUM BONNIE KAY GRINDLE Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12, Capt. 12, Speed Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12, Synchronized Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12g Advanced Synchronized Club 9, 10, Treas. 11, Pres. 12g National Honor Society 11, 12, Folk Club 11, 123 Chorus 9, 103 Jr. Play Comm.g Sr. Play Musicals, Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12. KIMBERLY CORBIN GROOMES Jr. Class Play. Rich ane Don Carol Bev Football Fever Infect Football gives kids a chance to lock horns. DONNA JEAN GUARDINO Attendance 11, 123 Library 10, Future Nurses 9. JAMES TERENCE GUARDINO PATRICK EDWARD HABERMAN Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Baseball 10, 11, 12? Intra. 93 Varsity Club 11, 12. 3 uv Lindsay iv. . Hazel RICHARD H. HALL Band-Drum Major 123 Vice-Pres. 12. Librarian 113 Sr. Class Play Cast 123 Intra. Football 11, 12? Intra. Softball 11. JANE DARSIE HAMILTON Fox Tales 11, 123 Homecoming Comm. 11, 12? AFS Club 12. DONALD ARTHUR HAMPTON frenzied FCI-IS Fans DENNIS CHARLES HARDY Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain 123 Track 9, 10, 11, 12. JEANNETTE MENE HAZEN GAIL HEGARTY Student Council 10, 11, 12, Treas. 11, 123 Class Officer 103 Fox Tales 10, ll, 123 National Honor So- ciety 11, 123 Synchronized Swimming 10, 11, 123 Sr. Class Play3 Homecoming Comm. 10, 11, 123 Prom Comm. 113 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Riding Club 12? Drama Club 9, 103 Christmas Dance Comm. 12: Fox Shop 123 Soph. Dance Comm.3 Future Nurses 93 Magazine Skit 10. EMIL DENNIS HEINTZINGER Football 9, 10, 113 Intra. Football 123 Intra. Softball 1. SUSAN ELEANOR HERTWECK FHA 9, 103 Foxettes 10, ll, 123 Homecoming Comm, 123 Riding Club 123 Pep Club 9. LINDA GARRETT HILL Tally-Ho 9, 10, 113 Drama Club 93 Speech Club 122 .Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Sr. Class Play 12. Terry Pat CAROL ANN HANKOSKY Fox Tales 12, Sr. Class Play3 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Homecoming Comm. 123 Renard Staff 113 Bridge Club 123 FHA 101 Pep Club 113 Office Experience. BEVERLY J. HAMLIN LINDSAY JEAN HAPPEL Student Council 9. 10, 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 123 Girls Speed Team 9, 10, ll, 12, Captain 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Synchronized Swim Team 10, 11, 123 Captains Club 10, Secretary 103 Tally-Ho 113 Riding Club 123 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Jr. Prom Comm. Dennis Nettie Gail S116 Linda I 39 Carol Jan ROSEMARY L. HORVAT Swim Team 9, 10, 11, Synchronized Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 9, 10, Tri-K 10, 12, Attendance Squad 11, Student Secretary 10, Tennis Club 10, Intra. 9, 12. PATRICIA ANN HOSKINS KARL M. HUFNAGLE National Honor Society 11, 12, Research Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-Pres. ll, Pres. 12, Nature Club 10, 11, 12, Treas. 11, Library Club 9, 10, 11, Vice-Pres. 10, Pres. 11, Folk Club 10, 11, Treas. 10. Marti SARA S. HUGHES Transfer Student 12. THOMAS W. HUNDERTMARK CHERYL CHRISTINE HUNDLEY Scott Donna Irv I I Den Judy I40 Frank CAROL ELAINE HOCK Pep Club 9, 10, 11, Attendance Squad 10, Tri-K Club 12, Captains Club 11, Ways and Means Comm. 11, Tally-Ho 12, Work Experience. JANICE PATRICIA HOFER FTA 12, Renard Business Staff 11, 12, Fox Tales 12, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 11, Sr. Play Make-up Comm., FHA 12, Y-Teens 12, Girls Intra. 12, Homemakers 12, Comm. 11, 12, Pep Club 10, Ways and Means Comm. 11, 12. MARTHA HOF ER Renard 11, 12, Business Manager 11, Synchronized Swimming 11, 12, Asst. Manager 11, Manager 12, FHA 10, 11, FTA 10, 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 12, Prom Comm., Jr. Class Play Comm. Rose Seniors Spotlight In SCOTT LENDON HUTCHINSON Student Council 11, 12, Standing Comm. 12, Soccer 9, 10, Wrestling 11, 12, Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12, Capt. 10, 11, 12, Pres. 12, Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12. DONNA LEE HUVELDT Transfer Student 11, Riding Club 12, Tally-Ho 11. CECIL BRUCE IRVIN Football 9, 10, Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Intra. Softball 10, 11, lntra. Football 10, 11, 12, Cafeteria Monitor. DENNIS JOSEPH IURLANO JUDY DAWN JANKOWSKI Pep Club 9, 10, 11, Tennis Club 10, 11, 12, Sr. Play Program Comm., Ways and Means 11, 12, Girls Synchronized Swim Team 10, Yearbook 11, FHA 9, Soph. Dance Ticket Comm., Jr.-Sr. Prom 11. FRANCIS SAMUEL JEFFREY RUSSELL .I. HOLDEN PHILIP A. HOOG ERHYDE Band 9, 10, 11, 12g Allegheny Valley Band 11, 12g Intramurals 10, 11, 12g Chess Club 10, 12. JAMIE C. HOOVER Rifle Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain 12: Fox Tales 11, 123 Jr. Play Comm.g Sr. Play Comm.: Debate Team 9g Swimming Manager 12g Art Club ll, 123 Tennis Club 11g Drama Clubg Captains Club 11. Pat Karl Sue Tom Cheryl ld-Fashioned "Mellerdrammer" Ive met some low-down sneaks in my time, but I'm the blarke t crook Ive Now for some more dlrty work ever seen." Mike Janet Carl I Johnny Marj Pat MICHAEL ANTHONY JENDRASIK JANET MARIE JOERCER Girls Speed Swimming 9, 10, 11, 125 Synchronized Swimming 9, 10, 11, 125 Renard 10, 115 Fox Tales 10, 11, 125 Jr. Class Play Cast5 Jr. Prom Comm.5 Sr. Play Comm.5 Homecoming 10, 11, 12, Co-Chairman 125 Fox Shop 11, 125 Sr. Dance Comm.5 Girls Gym- nastic Team 95 Pep Club 9, 105 Ski Club 10, 125 Tennis Club 105 Drama Club 10. CARL JOHNSON Art Club 105 Wrestling 9, 10. CHARLES LAVURN JOHNSON Wrestling 10, 115 Wrestling Club 105 Gymnastic Club 10, 125 Soccer 9. MARJORIE ALLYN JONES National Honor Society 11, 125 American Field Serv- ice 10, 11, 125 Vice-Pres. 125 Renard 125 Activities Ed. 125 Jr. and Sr. Play Business Comm. 11, 125 Chairman 11, 125 Academic Games Team 115 Fox Tales 11, 125 Bridge Club 12, Vice-Pres. 125 Future Teachers 9, 10, 11, 125 Tennis Club 115 French Club Sec. 115 Ski Club 115 Prom. PATRICK JOHN JOYCE Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 105 Varsity Club 125 Golf 12. Technical And Industrial Students GORDON DOUGLAS KAPLAN Nat. Honor Society 11, 125 Nat. Merit Semi-Finalistg French Club 11, 125 Jr. and Sr. Class Play Lighting Comm. 11, 125 Lighting Chairman 11, 125 Academic Games Team 11, 125 Westinghouse Science Honors Alnst. 125 Renard Business Staff 125 Folk Club 12. JOHN DENNIS KAPP Wrestling. DARLENE KASTELIC Pep Club-95 Library Club 9, 105 Tally-Ho 115 Intra. Softball 9. 4 DALE FREDERICK KEATING Transfer Student 105 Nature search 10, 115 Track 11. KENNETH T. KENNEDY SUSAN MARIE KENNEDY Fox Tales Ed. 11, 125 AFS 10, 11, 125 H.R. Sec. 9, 105 Sr. Play Comm.5 Pep Club 115 Renard Business Staff 115 Graphic Arts Club 12. Tony Lois I42 Dave Club 10, 11, 125 Re- Eli ANTHONY CASPER KLAUSCHER Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Swimming Manager 16, 11, 125 Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 125 Student Council 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 115 AFS 12. LOIS ANN KLOCEK Student Sec. 125 Synchronized Swimming 10, 115 FHA 9, 10, 11, 12, Treas, 9, 10, Pres. 11, Sec. 125 Tri-K Club 125 Pep Club 9, 105 Fox Tales 115 AFS 115 Jr. Play Comm. 115 Jr. Prom Comm. 115 Ways and Means 10, 11. DAVID WILLIAM KNOX Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 125 Key Club 10, ll, 125 Wrestling 10, 125 Jr. Play Crew 115 Sr. Play Crew 125 West- inghouse Science Honors Inst. 125 Intra. Football 125 AFS 105 German Club 12. W FQRBES TRAIL STUDENTS-Bottom Row: K, York, G, Law, C. Lang, W. Becker. Third Row: F. Jeffrey, E. Snyder, M. Russitano, Second Row: P. Dietrich, C. Bernesser, P. Szczukowski, D. Kastelic, G- SChfeHk, R- Fairweather, G- McCullough, R- Miller- Blaze Forbes Trail John Bunny Dale KCII S116 BRIAN JOHN KOLKA Tally-Ho 10g Green House Manager 10, 11, 125 Sr. Play Comm. 12. KERRY BRUCE KONDRIT Swimming 9, Track 10, Mile Swim Club 10. PATRICK LEE KAPPEL Audio Visual Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 123 Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 12, Jr. Play Comm. 115 Sr. Play Comm. 12, Soccer 93 Track 105 Ski Club 11. Brian Kerry Pat I43 Tory and Joe put their best feet forward. Folk Club eagerly awaits the call for an encore. Folk Club , A Sr . x 1, X Hg: A Q. p' X477 Mary Ann Cheryl Cind y Joe Joe Jia.. . TIMOTHY LESIC ROBERT LETTERS GEORGE L. LEWIS Soccer 9, 10, 11g Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Play: Swimming 115 Track 10g Fox Tales 9. Tim Bob George MARY ANN LANCE JOSEPH CHARLES LARGE KENNETH KOTLINSKI Wrestling 105 Track 95 Intra. Softball 9. SALLY LOUISE KRAUSE Majorettes 9, 10, 11, 12, Headmaster 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 115 FTA 9, 105 H.R. Vice- Pres. 95 Homecoming Comm. 115 Soph. Dance Comm. 105 Fox Tales 10. SANDRA RUTH KRISTOFIC French Club 11, 125 Secretary 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Student Council Alternate 115 Fox Tales 105 FTA 105 Y-Teens 115 Christmas Dance Decoration Comm. 125 Jr. Play Business Comm. 11. ROBERT E. KURTZ SUSAN KURTZ DIANE MARIE KWIATKOWSKI F.H.A. 10, 11, 125 Captains Club 115 French Club 9. aerenades FCHS Assembl Ken Sally Sandy Bob Sue Diane 15, 'CI' Fox Tales 11, 125 Sr. Play Cast5 Jr. Play Castg Bridge Club 115 Pep Club 10, 115 Drama Club 115 FHA 105 Basketball Manager 95 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. CHERYL ANNE LANG Forbes Trail 11, 125 Book Store 115 Attendance Squad 10. CYNTHIA LOUISE LANG Homeroom President 95 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 105 Sweed Swimming 9, 105 Homecoming Comm. 11, 125 Jr. Play Comm. 115 Ski Club 115 Renard 115 Tennis Club 115 Fox Tales 125 Prom Comm. 11. Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12, Capt. 125 Varsity Club 11, 12 JOSEPH LAUER JACINTA MARIE LAW Transfer Student 11. Cindy MARCELLA M. LEWIS Class Pres. 95 Class Vice-Pres. 105 Captains Club 105 Pep Club 95 Homeroom Rep. 9. KATHY LYNN LEYA Attendance Squad 95 Pep Club 9, 105 Hall Monitor 125 Year Book Staff 12. JAMES ROBERT LINK Soccer 10, 11, 125 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 11, 125 Basketball 9, 105 Football 95 Jr. Play Castg Sr. Play Castg Hall Monitor 12. Marcie Kathy .lim l45 GILL CAMPBELL LIPPERT Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 123 Marching Band 9, 121 Tennis Club 11, 123 Intra. Football 10, 11, 123 Intra. Bas- ketball 11, 121 lntra. Softball 11, 121 Pep Band 10. LYLA ARLENE LIPPERT Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12Q Homeroom Vice-Pres.3 Tennis Club 11, 12g lntra. 9, 10, 113 Captains Club 10: Homecoming Comm. 123 Prom Comm. 113 Jr. Class Play Comm. 113 Soph. Dance Comm. 10. CYNTHIA LYNN E LISOWSKI Fox Tales 10, 113 F.H.A. Club 9, 10, 11, 121 Cap- tains Club 103 Jr. Class Play Comm. 11g Tennis Club 10, 113 Homecoming Comm. 12. Gill Lyla Cindy Steve Lynn Taffey Chris Bill Students Learn Seniors add Swope's Constant to the laws of physics. Chemistry class uses H2504 and has 21729 fewer cavities, V jg I46 JOHN JAY LOFTUS Art Club 123 Sr. Play Comm. 12Q Stage Crew Asst. 12. JAMES J. LOMBARDI Wrestling Team 9, 10, 11, 123 Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 123 Student Council 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Intra. 11, 123 Tennis Club ll, 123 Wrestling Club 9, 10. LINDA ANN LUDWIG Speed Swimming 9, 103 Gymnastics 11S Jr. Class Play Comm. 113 Sr. Class Play 123 Riding Club 123 Prom Comm. 113 Art Club 122 Homecoming Comm. 11 12: F.H.A. Club 10g Christmas Dance Comm. 12. John "5tn.... Dave STEPHEN SWOPE LYLE Track 10, 11, 123 Rifle 9, 10, 11, 122 Intra. Football 123 Key Club 10, 11, 12: Sec. 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 123 Homecoming Activities 123 lntemational Affairs Club 10, 11, 123 German Club 123 Rifle Club 9, 10, 12. LYNN ALISON MAGUIRE Academic Games 11, 123 Girls' Gymnastic Team 113 Nat. Merit Semi-Finalistg PHEAA Scholarship Semi- Finalist. .IACQUELYN KEYS MAHAFFEY Varsity Cheerleading 123 Fox Tales 10, 123 Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Play: Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Renard 113 Ski Club 113 Tennis Club 113 J.V. Swim- ming 9. Fundamentals Of Science MATTHEW MARSHALL Cross-Country 9, 10, 11, Capt. 123 Ski Team 11, 12, Capt. 123 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Pres. 123 Tennis Team 113 Track 9, 12, Football Trainer 10, 112 Tennis Club 11. ROBERT THOMAS MARSHALL Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Key Club 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 10, 12. DONNA JANE MARSICO Pep Club 93 French Club 9. RONALD ALBERT MARSICO ' Wrestling 10: Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Pep Band 10: Jr. Achievement 11. EMILY ANN MARTINECK Work Experience 123 Tri-K Program Chairman 123 Captains Club 10: Attendance Squad 9. NEAL JEFFREY MASON Football 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 123 Rifle Club 123 Bandg Sr. Class Play. Man Jim Linda CHRISTINE MARIE MALEK Girls' Gymnastics Team 9, 10, 11, 123 Dramatics Club 123 Fox Tales 123 Homecoming Comm. 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 123 Attendance Squad 12. WILLIAM JOHN MALIC Wrestling Club 10. DAVID FRANCIS MALONEY Band 9, 10, 11, 12. ,f W 'Nr M., Bob Donna '59 l. WH" Ron Emmy J eff I47 Barb Eileen MARJORIE ANNE McDOWELL Tennis Club 10, 11, 12, Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 123 Fox Tales 123 Folk Club 10, 113 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Drama Club 9, 103 Nature Club 9, 103 Research Club 9, 10, Homecoming Comm. 12. CATHERINE ANNE McINTYRE Nat. Honor Soc. 11. 123 Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12, Standing Comm. 123 Jr. Class Play3 Drama Club 10, 11, 12, Sec. 123 International Relations Club 113 Fox Tales 123 Trzllv-Ho 113 Folk Club 123 Ski Club 113 Future Teachers Club 9, 103 Library Club 93 Prom Comm. 113 Homecoming Comm. 10, 113 H.R. Pres. 9, 10, 11. KENNETH R. McKEE Intra. Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Intra. Softball 10, 11, 123 lntra. Basketball 10, 11. Mary Jo JAMES JOSEPH McLAUGHLIN PATRICK JOHN McTIGHE Football 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 123 .Basketball 9, 10, 113 Lunch Room Monitor 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. JOSEPH ROBERT MEGRENNE Audio Visual Club 10, 11, 12. BARBARA J. MASSIMINO Pep Club 9, 10: Tennis Club 10, 11, 123 Prom Comm. 113 Christmas Dance Comm. EILEEN MATEUSIAK Colorguard 10, 11, 12, Assistant Head 12: Art Club 9, 10. MARY JO MCCARTHY Bridge Club 9, 10. bag, fgqws .A Margie Senior Nursery School Teachers Learl 'ES' Qvmy Dave Carl Chuck QQ . Dave Cindy' I48 Rich CARL ALLAN MELLE CHARLES EDWARD MELLON Soccer 93 Intra. Football 10, 123 Prom Comm. 113 Dance Comm. 12. DAVID THOMAS MENZEL DAVID PAUL MERTENS Research Club 9, 10, 11, 12. CYNTHIA ANN MEYERS Fox Shop 123 Student Council 12, Junior Class Playg Prom Committee 113 Homecoming Committee 11, 123 Class Floats 11, 123 Fox Tales 11, Girls Captains Clubg Girls Basketball Team 9. RICHARD F. MICHAELIS Reed Mary Kathy lx 'Obn- Cathy Ken 1m Pat J oe l'he Ways Of The Younger Generation Whose hand wiggles inside Willy Worm, only the Advanced Comp. student knows. An Advanced Comp. puppet show is for children of all ages. V W if W ll I49 ll if -E Maybe tomorrow we'1l have a ball to play with. Seniors Take Time Off in .N.,d,,4 R Lindsay Dave Jane P3111 Ma,urici0 Frank Ollie Vicky FRANCIS MORIAN DUANE EDWARD MORROW Band 9, 10, ll, 125 Allegheny Valley Band 11g Intra. Football II, 123 Intra. Softball ll, 12. VICTORIA ELLEN MORROW Pep Club 95 Y-Teens 10g Girls Captain Club 103 Homecoming Comm. 12g Christmas Dance Comm. 125' Girls Track Club 113 Intra. 10, 11. THOMAS CARTER MAYO MIDDLETON Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 123 Jr. Class Play3 Sr. Class Playg Ski Club 9, 10, 113 Glee Club 123 District Chorus 123 Drama Club 12. DONNA MARIE MIKULLA F.H.A. 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. ROBERT GEORGE MILAN Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club, Pres.3 Track 10. VIRGINIA LYNN MILBY Nat. Honor Society 11, 12? Jr. Play Comm. 113 Sr. Play Comm. 123 Research Club 9, 10, 11, Sec. 10, 113 Nature Club 10, 113 Girls Captain Club 10. ELISABETH EMILY MILLER Drama Club 9, 10, 113 Fox Tales 9, 10, 11, 123 Chorus 9, 10, ll, 123 Chapelettes 10, 11, 123 Jr. Class Play3 Sr. Class Play3 Homecoming Comm. 10, 11, 123 Bridge Club 103 Speech Club 103 Renard 11. LINDSAY ANN MILLER Nat. Honor Society 11, 123 Sr. Class Play3 Jr. Class Play3 Homecoming Comm. Chairman 123 Fox Shop 123 Prom Comm. Chairman 113 Tennis Club 11, 123 Student Council 93 Captains Club 103 French Club 10. Tape Donna Bob Gini In Long-Awaited Lounge ICR Bill JANE M. MOWRY Tally-Ho 113 Fox Tales 123 Jr. Class Play Comm. Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Prom Comm. 113 Sr. Dance Comm. NANCY JEANNE MUGRIDGE Intra. 10, 11, 123 Girls Track Club 113 Fox Tales 12. VALERIE ELAINE MULLER Renard Business Staff 113 Drama Club 10. LINDSAY SUE MILLER French Club 11, 123 Drama Club 10, 11, National Merit Semifinalist3 Folk Club 113 Sr. Dance Comm.3 Homecoming Comm. DAVID M. MISICKO Nature Club 9, 103 Intra. 9, 10, 11, 123 Track 103 Soccer 9. JANE MARY MONSOUR Jr. Class Play3 Sr. Class Playg Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12? Fox Tales 10, 11, 123 Renard 10, 113 Student Council 103 Bridge 113 Ski Club 10, 113 Tennis Club 113 Chorus 10, 113 Glee Club 123 Homecoming Comm. Chairman 10, 11, 123 Speech Club 103 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. Libby' Lindsay PAUL DAVID MON TVILLE Student Council 9, 103 Intra. Football 10, 123 Sr. Class Play3 Ski Club 12. MAURICIO E. MORENO A.F.S. Exchange Studentg Student Council 123 Tennis Club 123 Tennis Team 12. WILLIAM V. MORGAN Jane Nancy Val I5I Lee Bill Carlene Gretchen Ceof .IUDITH ANN NIEBEL Pep Club 9. .IAMES NOONE WILLIAM EDWARD NOVAKOSKI r Pla Cast Sr Pla Comm Rifle Club 9 ,I . y 5 . Y -3 3 Talley-Ho 11, 125 Drama Club 125 Homecoming 105 Art Club 11. Linda Ray Sherry I 52 MARYLEE ANN MURPHY Rifle Team 115 Pep Club 11. WILLIAM EDWIN MUSGRAVE Nat. Honor Society 11, 125 Band 9, 105 Riding Club 12, Pres. 125 Ir. Class Play5 Intra. 9, 105 Sr. Class Playg Debate Club and Team 105 Homecoming Activities 11, 125 Tally-Ho 105 Photography Club 95 Basketball Concession 115 A.F.S. 11, 12. CARLENE NAGG CRETCHEN ELIZABETH NAUGLE Folk Club 125 Art Club 11, 125 Fox Tales 125 Jr. Class Play Comm.5 Sr. Class Play Cast. RICHARD CEOFFREY NAUGLE Transfer Student 105 Wrestling 11, 125 Bridge Club 12, Pres. 12. SUZANNE NEWCAMP Sue Senior Girls Lead KEVIN DENNIS O'MALLEY Transfer Student 115 Track 11, 125 Cross Country 125 Intra. 11, 12. BONNIE ELLEN ONESI 5 Majorette 9, 10, ll, Asst. Head Majorette 125 French Club, Pres. 125 Nat. Honor Society 11, 125 Pep Club 115 Y-Teens Club 115 F.T.A.5 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Sr. Class Play Comm.5 Jr. Class Play Comm. ANDY RAYMOND PALMER Baseball 9, 105 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 9, 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Section Leader 125 Drill Sergeant 115 Intra. Football 11, 125 Intra. Softball 11. Judy LINDA LOU PALMER A.F.S. 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Pep Band 105 Librarian and Wind Ensemble 125 Fox Tales 115 Soph. Dance5 Jr. Prom Comm.5 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Ir. Class Play5 Sr. Class Playg Pep Club 9, 11. RAYMOND HENRY PANZA Basketball Student Manager 10, 11, 125 Library Assistants Club 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 11. SHARON LOUISE PELC Speed Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Gymnastics 10, 11, 125 Homecoming Comm. 11, 125 Sr. Class Play Comm., Co-Chairmang Ir. Class Play Comm., Chairman5 Folk Club 125 Captains Club, Vice-Pres. 115 Fox Tales 125 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Tally-Ho 11. f Now, just because you're a bencliwarmer is no reason for you to look like that. Lyla's caught sleeping on the job. Foxettes To Championship Alfie Bill SHARON SUSAN PETTIGREW Genetics Club 95 French Club ll. CAROL ANN PHILLIPS Transfer Student llg Renard l2, Organizations Ed. 12g Homecoming Dance Comm.g Jr. Class Play Comm.g Sr. Class Play Comm. POLLY L. PICARD Fox Tales ll, 123 Tally-Ho llg Jr. Class Play Comm.g Std. Dir. Sr. Class Playg Prom Comm.: Christmas Danceg A.F.S. Club 129 Homecoming Comm. 12. Kevin Bonnie Skip Chere Carol Polly Jim Ar Rich .IANIES PEIPER ARLENE FRANCES PISARCIK Transfer Student 9, Girls Intra. 9, 10, 11, 123 Glee Club 12. RICHARD WILLIAM POTT Jr. Class Play Cast, Sr. Class Play Cast, Fox Tales 12, Pittsburgh Press Sport Correspondent 123 Basket- ball Statistician 12, A.F.S. Club 11, 123 French Club 9, 11, 12, Chorus 9, 10g Stage Crew 9, 10, Intra. 10, 12. Denny Mamlee Randy Marion Karen 0 The Someday Players PPOVld6 You know, I do plan to win an Academy Award someday. Playing in "The Sandbox" is hard work. 'z Ysmffgggggggggfiyfigg- SW.. ,:,.g,g.:::gy. ,,,,. rf ,, , , MARTIN EDGAR POWELL Student Council Pres.3 .lr. Class Pres.3 Soph. Class Pres., Student Council 9, 10, Standing Comm. 113 Key Club 10, Treas. 11-123 Nat. Honor Soc. 11, 123 Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain 12, Golf Teamg Band 9, 10, Intra. Football 123 Mile Swim Club 11, 12. THOMAS NORTH POWERS Soccer 9, 10. PIERA PRATO National Honor Society 123 R.F.S. Cec. 123 Academic Games 11, 123 French Club 11, 12, V. Pres. 12, Y-Teens 11, F.T.A. 10, 11, Homecoming Committee 1, 12, Play Committees 11, 12. John Marty Tom Piera DENNIS A. PUTZE MARION CATHERINE RECTOR Soccer Team 9, 10, 113 Intra. Volleyball 10: Track Art Club 12, Pres. 12, Tennis Club 11, 123 Girls Team 10. gillsketball 9, 103 Fencing Club 11, Fox Tales 12, airman of Sr. Class Play Co .3 P C . 11g MARALEE RATAY Christmas Dance Comm. 12. mm rom Omm .IOH NRANDOLPH RAUGH KAREN ANN REESE Swlmmmg Team 9, 10, 11, 12: JT- Class Play Cast? Tully-Ho 10, 113 Girls Basketball 10, 11, Girls Intra. Sd. Class Play Cast3 Sr. Class Pres.3 Jr. Class Treas.3 9, 10, 11, 12: pep Club 9 10 11. Chapel Choir 9, Hocemoging Comm., Christmas Dance Comm. FTA 12. ' l ' ' .IOHN REGIER Transfer Student 12, Nat. Honor Soc. 12. The School With A Theater Group CHERYL LYNNE REIF AFS 10, 11, 123 Cheerleading 9, 103 Pep Club 9, 10, 11, Tally-Ho 11, Girls Basketball 10: Tennis Club 11, 123 Home Room Sec. 9, 03 Jr. Class Play Comm.3 Sr. Class Playg Ski Club 113 Homecoming Comm. 11, 12. EDWARD REISH ROBERT REISH KAREN ELAINE REITZ Pep Club 93 Future Nurses 9, 103 Library Club 10, 11. JOHN ANDREW REPKO Intra. Softball 113 Track Team 103 Football 9. DANIEL E. RICE Transfer Student 103 Rifle Team 10, 11, 123 Rifle Club 10, 11, 123 Track Team 10, 11, 123 Research Club 11. Sherry Claire Bob Karen Jack Dan I55 MARK .JOSEPH RICHTER Intra. 11, 123 International Affairs 113 Jr. Class Play Stage Crewg Sr. Class Play Stage Crew. KAREN LYNN RICKERICH 'Transfer Student 103 Fox Tales 11, 12: Renard 123 Ski Club 11, 123 Tennis Club 10, 11, 12g Spanish Club 123 Jr, Class Play Usherette3 Sr. Class Play C01'I1lI'l.Q Christmas Dance Comm.3 Fencing Club. MICHAEL WALLACE RIGATTI Varsity Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12g Key Club 10, Cross Country 93 Jr. Class Play Castg Sr. Class Play Cast3 Track 10, 11: Intra. Football 123 Varsity Club 123 Homecoming Escort 12. Mark Karen Mike JAMES ANTHONY ROEHRIG DAVID C. SAHR Soccer 9, 10, 113 Wrestling 9, 10? Gymnastics Club Tally-Ho Sports Editor 113 Fox Tales 123 Track 10, 11. Team 113 Jr. and Sr. Class Play. ERIC CHARLES ROME VINCENT ANTHONY SANTELLI Soccer 9-Captain, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 123 Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12: Gymnastics Club 9, 10, 11, 121 3 Basketball 93 Key Club 10, 11, 123 A.F.S. Club 10, Baseball 9, 10, Track 9g Basketball 9g Intra. Basket- 1 11, 123 Varsity Club 123 Intra. Softball 9. ball 10, Varsity Club 12. CAROL RONEY JONATHAN BERT SCHADE Student Council 9, 10, 113 Girls Captains Club 10, 11, Girls Basketball Team 9. Seniors' Efforts Found In WILLIAM RAYMOND SCHAEFFER Intra. Football 9, 123 Varsity Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 1.1, 123 Mile Swim Club 10, 11, 12. MARTIN HAROLD SCHEERBAUM National Honor Society 11, 123 Swimming Team 10, 11, 123 Research Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Nature Club 9, 10. SHARON LEA SCHEERBAUM Attendance Squad 11, 12. Bill Marty Sharon PAUL KENNETH SCHEMPP RICHARD SCHEMPP MARILYN DOROTHY SCHLESSMAN Girls Basketball Manager 10, 11, 123 A.F.S. 123 Attendance Squad 11, 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 123 Y-Teens 113 Crafts Club 93 Weight Watchers Club 10. Paul Richard Moe l56 NANCY RIVIERE Cheerleader 9, 113 Vice-Pres. of Freshman Classg Varsity Swimming Team 103 Yearbook Staff 103 Fox Tales 122 Ski Club 10, 11, 12, Sr. Class Playg Homecoming Comm. SANDRA LOU ROACH National Honor Society 11, 123 Majorettes 10, 11, 12, Asst. Head 12g Spanish Club 123 Foxette Cheerleader 113 Y-Teens Club 113 Pep Club 113 Captains Club 10. THOMAS JOHN ROBINSON lntra. Football 9, 10, 11. Nancy Sandy TOIH Rick Carol Dave Vince J011 P l' ' Every Stage Of ub lcatlon Co-editors Sue Davis and Germaine Skalski prepare for the next The print shop turns co-ed. Fox Tales issue. Wi' ,ip I57 wg Q. I ,ff 5 ' 1 N Iii T wi ,,k, A Baseball players at rest . . . . und in action. Sports Teams Look To Wlxganf Que., Q., ,V- Durlenc 06 Gefmalne Jude Tom 9491? Smitty Bllllile Bill PHILIP HARRY SMITH Wrestling IO, ll, I2g Tram-k 9, 10, ll, 123 Varsity Club Il, l2g Studi-nt C:vunvil-Ilomeroom llg Cafeteria Monitor 12g Gymnastics Club 9. VINCENT HENRY SMITH 1 'g ei' Club ll, l2g Tennis Club llg Home-room Vice-Pros. 93 Intra. Football ll, 12g Bridge Club 10. WILLIAM K IELLAR SMITH THOMAS EDWARD SCHLOSSER Intra. 9, 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 11. .IACOB CHARLES SCHNEIDER Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Vice-Pres. 11: Pres. 123 A.F.S. 123 Pep Band 10, 11, 123 Allegheny Valley Band 10, 11, 123 W. Pa. District Band 11, 123 Fox Tales 11, 123 WFOX 113 Region IV State Band 113 Wind Ensemble 123 Glee Club 123 Intra. 11, 12. MARY DEE SCHNORR Homecoming Queen 12, Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 123 A.F.S. Club3 Sec. 11, 123 Student Council 9, 10, 11, 123 Jr. Class Play Cast 113 Fox Tales Staff 9, 10, 11. JOSEPH SCHRIVER CATHERINE SCHWEND Transfer Student 113 Homecoming Queen Attendant 12, Art Club 11, 123 Play Comm. 11, 123 Riding Club 123 Renard Bus. Staff 123 Prom Comm. 113 Ski Club 11. VICTOR J. SCIULLO Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12. Seniors For Donna EDWARD J. SNYDER Print Club 9, 10, 113 Forbes Trail 11, 123 Auto- . Diesel Technology I and II. l JEANNE ROBERTA SOEDER National Honor Society 11, 113 Homeroom Representative 10: Student Council 103 Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Pres. 113 Tally-Ho 113 Homecom- l l ing Comm. 11, 12? Jr. Class Play Comm. 11. l ANTOINETTE SOLOMON Colorguard 10, 11, 12, Head 12Q Sr. Class Play: Foxctte 1 Cheerleader 10, Mascot 113 Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Vice-Pres. 113 Captains Club 10Q Bridge Club 113 ' French Club 113 Homecoming Comm. 10, 11, 123 Prom Comm. 113 Jr. Play Comm. 113 Christmas Dance Comm. 12. T. S. ,lake Mary Dee Leadership DARLENE ALBERTA SHEPARD Pep Club 103 Girl's Captains Club 102 Jr. Class Play Comm. 113 Home Room Vice Pres. 10. JOSEPH ANTHONY SIMONETTI Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Intra. Football 11, 123 Intra. Softball 113 French Club 10. GERMAINE VALERIE SKALSKI Fox Tales Ed. 11, 123 Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Intra. 10, 113 Ways and Means 113 Christmas Dance 123 Spanish Club 10? Pep Club 9. 123 Captains Club 10, Ed f Wy "",..'T' Cathy V10 .IUDE EDMUND SKOWRON Research Club 11, 12, Nat. Honor Society 11, 12: Academic Games 123 Dramatics Club 113 Jr. Class Crew 113 Sr. Class Crew 12. THOMAS DONALD SLATER Renard Bus. Manager 125 Nat. Merit Finalist 123 Nat. Honor Society 11, 123 International Affairs Club 10, 11, 123 Book Discussion Groups 113 Homecoming Activities 123 Philosophy Club 93 Bridge Club 10. DONNA M. SLOMER Pep Club 9, 110: A.F.S. 11. Jeanne Toni l59 CONNIE SPAMPINATO Work Experience 12g Girls lntra. 10, 11, 125 Foxette Cheerleader 103 Tri-K 123 Pep Club 9, 10, 115 Chorus 95 Chapel Choir 9g Library Assistant 10. JOSEPH NICKOLAS SPEHAR Football 9, 10. ARTHUR SPAHR Wrestling 10, 11, 12g Band 9, 10, 11, 12. Connie Joe Arty Gary Laura Cindy Rob Burnell Discussion And Demonstration Prepare Can you find the student teacher? Qualitative analyzers learn cookbook chemistry. if t 1 Zhiifj fyp l60 GEORGE SPRENG NANCY ANN SPROUL Renard Business Staff 123 Nat. Honor Society 11, 123 mnastics Club 10 Academic GY 9 Club 103 Orchestra 93 Homeroom Rep. 9. SUSANNE EVELYN SPUDICH F.H.A. 9, 10, 11, 123 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Intra. 1 Basketball 9, 10. l l Games 113 Captains George GARY STANC Track 10, 113 Cross Country 11, 12, Captain 123 Wrestling 10, 11? Wrestling Club 10, 113 WFOX 11, 123 Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Play3 Work Experience 12. LAURA LEA STANSBURY Transfer Student 123 Ways and Means 12. CYNTHIA ANN STEWART Sr. Class Playg Jr. Class Playg Chairman of Home- coming Dance 122 Gymnastics Club 10, 113 Captains Club 113 Fox Shop Worker'l23 Art Club 10, Pres. 113 Vice Pres., J.V. Swim Team 103 Attendance Squad or Society 12. Val Seniors For Future Education GARY SUTPHIN GREGORY BRUCE SUTTON Rifle Club 93 Graphic Arts Club 103 J.V. Football 103 Varsity Rifle Team 11, 123 Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Play. MARILYN ANN SWANK French Club 103 Pep Club 10g Sr. Class Play. JANET LOUISE TEMPLER National Honor Society 11, 12: A.F.S. ll, 123 Renard 103 Tally-Ho 10, 113 French Club 9, 113 Fencing Club 103 Jr. Play Comm.3 Arts and Crafts Club 10. ROBERT JAMES TEMPLER International Relations Club 10, ll, 123 Tennis Club 113 Political Discussion Club 10. RICHARD PAUL THOMSON Football 10, 11, 121 Gold Key Winner in Art. 113 WFOX 123 Prom Co-Chairman 113 National Hon- Nance S116 ROBERT STRANGE III Football 10, 11, 12, Captain 12g Swimming 113 Track 10, ll, 123 Jr. Class Vice-Pres.3 Sr. Class Vice-Pres.3 Varsity Club 10, 11, 123 Ways and Means Comm. 113 Key Club 11, 12, Treas. 12: Band 10, ll, 123 Alle- gheny Valley Band 11, 123 Prom Comm. Chr. 113 Christmas Dance Comm, 123 Lunchroom Monitor 123 Exceptionally Able Youth 12g National Honor Society 12. BURNELL MARY STREYLE Folk Club 11, 123 Library Club 9, 103 Glee Club 93 Nature Club 9. VALERIE SHARON SUNSERI Future Nurse Club 93 Bridge Club 10, 113 Art Club 123 Folk Club 12. Gary Greg Marilyn Janet Bob Dick I6 I l Reenie Robbie Bill Peg Trozsky MARY CAROL TURNER Student Council 9, 10, 11: Fox Tales 10: Girls Bas- ketball Manager 93 Attendance Squad 9, 10, 11, 12Q Hall Monitor 123 Homecoming Float 11, 123 Captains Club 10, 113 Jr. Class Play3 Sr, Class Play3 Intramu- rals 10. JUDITH GAIL UEBING Cheerleading 9, 10, Capt. 93 Jr. Play Cast3 Sr. Play Cast3 Jr. Prom Comm.3 Homecoming Comm. 121 Tennis Club 102 Speech Club 10g Bridge Club 10: Home Room Vice-Pres. 93 Home Room Sec. 10, 113 Captains Club 103 Pep Club 9, 10. ROSEANN VECCHIO National Honor Society 11, 12 Tally-Ho 113 Renard 11? French Club 10, 11Q Sr. Class Playg Jr. Class Play Comm. Chr.3 Homecoming Comm. 11, 123 Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 123 FHA 10. 1 Tom MAUREEN MAE TIERN EY Library Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Future Nurses Club 9, 103 Chorus 9, 10, 11? Foxette Cheerleader 11. ROBERT STOY TOTTEN Jr. Class Play. WILLIAM H. TREESE MARGARET LOUISE TROUT Tennis Club 10, Soph. Dance Comm. DAVID JOSEPH TROZZO Wrestling 11, 123 Football 9, 103 Intra. Softball 10, 11, 123 Track 9, 10. THOMAS ALLAN TURIAK Student Council 123 Football 11, 12? Baseball 9, 103 Wrestling Club 9, 102 Ski Club 123 Intramurals 10, 11, 12. Seniors' Efforts Recognized .ION MARK VEENIS Student Council Standing Comm. 123 Student Council 11, Golf Team 11, 12: Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12g Key Club 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Mile Swim Club 10, 11, 123 Intra. Football 12. DEBORAH LEE VERBANIC Tri-K-Club 9, 123 Tennis Club 10Q Fox Tales 113 Intra. Basketball 9. JAMES VIOLI Jge Dall I62 Larry Moe JOSEPH ROGERS WADSWORTH Folk Club 11, 12, Pres. 11, 122 Camera Club.11, 123 Academic Games Team 11, 123 Class Play3 Nature Club 10, 11, 123 Chorus 123 Renard 11, 123' Fox Tales 11, 123 Research Club 9, 10. DANIEL WALDSCHMIDT LAWRENCE A. WALLISCH Baseball 9, 10: Golf 11, 123 A.F.S. Comm.3 Intra. Football. 4, F? : IN .M.--""- ?atty Rekowski awards Sandy Roach tbc Girls Captains Club srholarsbip. G1'f'tChl'U N3UglP fH'C'iH'S 1110 Vassar Club Book Award, Fhrough Scholarships And Awards ' slll . 'F 3 X Q ' S f 'ff' gum . . J Z l Judy Host-ann JAMES THOMAS W.-XIJISLEY Socver 9, 10. 11, 125 Capt. 123 Baskmball 9, 105 Track 10. 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. MARCLX KAY Wf-XTERS RCl.l'CFllIT1L'I'tl Comm. 115 'llravlc 'llvam 113 Riding Club 12. BARBARA JANE WEBER Fox Tales-Assist. Ed, 12: lluiilvvmiiing Comm. 123 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Fox Tales Staff 113 Gymnasium Club 103 P4-p Club 93 Captains Club 9 ,VH Mark Debbie ,lim 'Nr-s..,,+. 'N-5 was ii iii.. . Jim lllarcia llitrll I63 GEORGE HERBERT WISE Paul Peg Marshall Baseball 9, 10, 115 AFS Comm. 125 Intra. Football 9, 125 Chess Club 9. JANET WITAS Girls Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Colorguard 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL THOMAS WOJTEWICZ Boys Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Mile Swim Club 11, 125 Water Show 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 12. S sea Q we 335 ric Chuck Ken J im Jen PAUL EDWIN WEEKS Transfer Student 115 Student Council Standing Comm. 125 A.F.S. Pres. 125 National Honor Society Treas. 125 Band Treas. 11, 125 Sr. Class Play5 Renard Faculty Co-Ed 125 Jr. Class Play5 Allegheny Valley Band 11, 125 Pennsylvania All-State Band 125 French Club 11. MARGARET LOUISE WEIR Pep Club 9, 105 Captains Club 9, 10, 115 Speed Swim Team 10, 11, 125 Jr. Class Playg Sr. Class Play: Folk! Club 11, 125 Fox Tales 11, 125 Vice-Pres. of Home- room 9, 105 Chairman Homecoming Dance 105 French Class Sec. 11. CHARLES MARSHALL WHITE Soccer 9, 10, 11, 125 AFS Comm.5 Varsity Club 125 Baseball 105 Intra. Softball 11, 12. JOHN CHARLES WOLFENDALE Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Soph. Class Treas.5 Varsity Club 125 Key Club 125 Intra. 125 Basketball 9. ANDREA ROOT WOOD Art Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Captains Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Ski Club 11, 125 Jr. Play Castg Sr. Play Cast5 Girls Basketball Team 105 Girls Swimming Team 9, 105 Homecoming Comm. 11, 125 Christmas Dance Comm. 125 Prom Comm. 115 Student Council 9, 125 Fox Tales 125 Bookstore 125 Drama Club 12. Graduation Marks An End ERIC JEFFERSON WOODS Softball 125 Class V-Pres. 9. CHARLES W. WRIGHT 12. SALLY ANN YATES Soccer 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 105 Baseball 10 Gymnastic Club 9, 10, 115 Intr. Basketball 12 Intr Tennis 9, 10, 11, 125 Soccer 9, 105 Stage Crew 10 11 Jr. Class Play Cast 11: Fox Tales 11, 125 Folk Club 115 Drama Club 105 Prom Comm. 115 Homecoming Comm. 11, 125 Sophomore Class Dance Comm.5 French Class Sec. 11, Pres. 125 Intra. Softball 9. KENNETH HOWARD YORK Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 95 Forbes Trail 11, 12. JAMES YOUNT Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 12. JENNIFER LUCY HOCHSCHILD Senior year at University of the Americasg Syn- chronized Swimming 105 Debate Club 105 A.F.S. 10, 115 Renard 10, 11, Activities Ed. 115 National Honor Society 11. SUSAN LYNN WILLIAMS AFS 23 Folk Club 11, 12, Treas. 121 Homecoming Comm. 12: Christmas Dance Comm. 12: Prom Comm, g3hSoph Dance Comm. 103 Research Club 103 Drama u 10. MARK GEOFFREY WILSON Wrestling 121 Track 121 Football 113 International Affairs Club 123 French Club 113 Chess Club 93 Intra. 9, 10, 12. JESSICA LOUISE WIMER Future Nurses Club 9, 10, 113 Synchronized Swimming Team 10, 11, 123 Art Club 103 Jr. Class Play Comm. 111 Sr. Class Play Comm.3 Captains Club 113 Speed Swimming Team 10? Fox Tales 12. Sue Wi ll Jess George Janet Woody John nd A Beginning For Seniors GREGORY A. BOYD EDWARD C. BUCKEY Soccer 103 Golf 10, 11, 123 Intra. Football 11, 12. MONICA DZUBINSKI Future Homemakers 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL ENGLISH ROGER W. GRAHAM WILLIAM GUTERL RONALD A. HASLEY LOUISE M. JEFFREY Chorus 9. PAUL LAMBERSON LINDA LUTZ Graduates Without Pictures PATRICK JOSEPH MAHER Football 10. WILLIAM Y. McCLELLAND JOHN R. NICKEL PAULA JEAN PRACHT Transfer Student 11. CHRISTINE A. REDMAN ROBERT SCHIFFHAUER PHYLLIS SZCZUKOWSKI PATRICK J. VENTURA JAMES C. WALKER SUSAN MARIE WILSON Wavs and Means Comm. 11, Andi 123 FHA 9, 103 Intramurals 11, 12 Art.Club 111 French Club 103 Homeroom Sec. 10. BARBARA AHL Cheerleading .IAMES ANDERSON Wrestling CHRISTOPHER AVETTA Swimming ROBERT BARTH Band GENE BECK Football Track GENE BECKER Football Wrestling JOHN BELL Tennis JOSEPH BELOTTI Football WILLIAM BLAKELY Rifle Track KAREN BLASHFORD Band Skill And Spirit Mark THOMAS BLUEMLING Soccer KEITH BREM Football CHRISTOPHER BUF FIN GTON Rifle SHEILA CARTER Basketball MARY CASPER Synchronized Swimming JANN CLOUSE Basketball DOUGLAS COGGIN Basketball Manager DAVID COOK Basketball Cross Country DAVID CORDISCO Baseball I THOMAS CRAIG Football ROBIN CRAMER Synchronized Swimming ROBERT CRATE Soccer MARGARET DINEEN Synchronized Swimming DANIEL DOBRATZ Soccer JILL DORN Synchronized Swimming Cheerleading FCHS Senior Lettermen 3' 439' . . ,qw EDITH DUNCAN Synchronized Swimming RALPH DUNKIN Baseball Manager SHIRLEY EBERHART Colorguard WILLIAM EDWARDS Basketball Manager MARIE EVANS Band NANCY FARREN Basketball GIL FRAUENHEIM Basketball RICHARD GANNON Basketball PAMELA GIBSON Speed Swimming Manager DOUGLAS GLASSON Track Band DEBORA GOTTSHALL Band SHARON GOW Speed Swimming ROBERT GREEN Cross Country BONNIE GRINDLE Speed Swimming Synchronized Swimming Cheerleading PATRICK HABERMAN Football RICHARD HALL Drum Major LINDSAY HAPPEL Speed Swimming Synchronized Swimming DENNIS HARDY Football Track GAIL HEGARTY Synchronized Swimming SUSAN HERTWECK Basketball MARTHA HOFER Synchronized Swimming Manager PHILIP HOOGERHYDE Band JAMIE HOOVER Rifle PATRICIA HOSKINS Cheerleading SCOTT HUTCHINSON Wrestling Tennis an-8 --df? 'QQ Nd' -3+ v-Mun. fi' , -all ii, wg ,dig M88 nv' ..,s ani .-pe 68 ,-an .Sw I9 Q1 -4-94' s.-7" Ani vi' CECIL IRVIN Basketball JANET JOERGER Speed Swimming PATRICK JOYCE Football ANTHONY KLAUSCHER Football Swimming Manager SALLY KRAUSE Basketball JOSEPH LARGE Soccer JAMES LINK Soccer Wrestling Baseball GILL LIPPERT Band LYLA LIPPERT Basketball JAMES LOMBARDI Wrestling STEPHEN LYLE Track JACOUELINE MAHAFFEY Cheerleading MATTHEW MARSHALL Cross Country Track ROBERT MARSHALL Football JEFFREY MASON Football EILEEN MATEUSIAK Colorguard PATRICK MCTIGHE Football Baseball ROBERT MILAN Football Baseball MAURICIO MORENO Tennis DUAN E MORROW Band KEVIN O'MALLEY Cross Country BONNIE ONESI Majorettes ANDY PALMER Band LINDA PALMER Band RAYMOND PANZA Basketball Manager SHARON PELC Speed Swimming RICHARD POTT Basketball Manager MARTIN POWELL Swimming Golf JOHN RAUGH Swimming MICHAEL RIGATTI Swimming Qi SENIOR LETTERMEN WITHOUT PICTURES EDWARD BUCKEY Golf RUSSEL OBLINGER Band SANDRA ROACH Majorettes ERIC ROME Soccer VINCENT SANTELLI Soccer WILLIAM SCHAEFFER Swimming MARTIN SCHEERBAUM Swimming MARILYN SCHLESSMAN Basketball Manager .IACOB SCHNEIDER Band MARY DEE SCHNORR Cheerleading VICTOR SCIULLO Soccer JOSEPH SIMONETTI Band PHILIP SMITH Wrestling ANTOINETTE SOLOMON Colorguard ARTHUR SPAHR Wrestling Band GARY STANG Cross Country ROBERT STRANGE Football Track Band GREGORY SUTTON Rifle DAVID TROZZO Wrestling .I. MARK VEENIS Swimming Golf LAWRENCE WALLISCH Golf .IAMES WALMSLEY Soccer PAUL WEEKS Band MARGARET WEIR Speed Swimming JESSICA WIMER Synchronized Swimming .IANET WITAS Basketball Colorguard MICHAEL WOJTEWICZ Swimming .IOHN WOLFENDALE Wrestling ERIC WOODS Soccer JAMES YOUN T Football Academic Ability Marks Top 32 wil. DFL' M .V,.,,, M " " V : pfw ' im if- if l70 Top Row: Sandy Kristofic, Bill Smith, Rob Strange, Bob Barth, Sara Gregg, Sue Chermely. Second Row: Pat Koppel, Ginnie Milby, Marie Evans, Gordon Kaplan, Donna Huveldt, ,lann Clouse. Bottom Row: Lynn Maguire, Russ Ayres, .len Hochschild, Tom Slater. l7I fi N-mmf Top Row: Marj Jones, Jude Skowron, Janet Templer, Dan Dobratz, Karl Hufnagle, Jeanne Soeder. Second Row: Lynn Eninger, Marty Hofer, Jeff DeVore, Jane Mowry, Piera Prato. Bottom Row: Burnell Streyle, Don Hampton, Dave Knox, Trudy Allen. Missing: Roger Graham. I 4 B- LZA,Li 'QB F i W is it A .lim Allmendinger Sue Amslar David Anderson Linda Anderson Robert Anderson Charles Andre Barbara Arlot Tom Armstrong Gloria Asturi Bonnie Austen Karen Baker Kathy Baker Susan Baker Tom Bancroft Sherry Baranowski Tom Baugher Diana Baumgartel Ray Bayer George Beck Al Beeken Barbara Behrend Bill Beining Barbara Beresky Pam Bier . ble lcers 1 0 A Off' P'l Bryan and his balloons. in u i l Carol Biernesser My ,,:. : 'IWW px I l A 1.. :ii.'-:W E5 ,rf ., 4 B esll rnn riei B A' he A 2 Sherry Blewett Leslie Blumenfeld Claudia Boake Fay Bolton Arthur Bonavoglia Elaine Boyd Pam Bradburn Barb Bradley Andrew Bradshaw JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bernie Schwet, secretaryg Mike Ratway, presidentg Tom Kleeb treasurer Rich Longabaugh, vice-president. nthusiastic Junior Class Joyce Burdick Dave Burgi Steven Burke Ferne Burton Norman Cable Regis Cabonor Carol Camp Debbie Campbell Guy Carraux Amy Chorle Mary Pat Church Kathleen Ciorra Debbie Cocoros Sandra Coholich Scott Coleman Tom Conlee Madeleine Conner Steve Contento Debbie Cook Valerie Cordisco Bob Cornell Maura Curnman Pat Corr Shelley Cowles -W Q, L Debbie Breva Bob Brinkloe Linda Brucker Barb Bruno Eleanor Bucha Wendy Budarz 1. ,,,. .glggu ..,, 4,-'K ' ui af-KL ra M1 Q aeasa ,,.. ,. f' 1, a ysy ya i 2 2 y A o yaya i i 3 , 1"i.g :K 2 A fl -fa ,. , S , ,Sn ' an AN . ,,f- M.. ,Ai .1,,,, , ,L N I he . ,. , i , 'M a K K N s ii All my f , . W ' iris A ' , J ,A f ' J Qi ' Q' wtf' if 1 1 s .--f R i agg ,J -ei' ' El .Af Q l' if AA .22 'hw' YT? AL I i i L Ken Cricks Bob Crooks Cathy Dahlem Dan Davis Dave Davis Lanny DeBald0 Scott deCamp Joe DeLuca Ray DiCaprio Paul Dietrich Ruth Dietrich Charles Dimmic Regis Dinger Don Dolhi Jim Dolhi Sue Donaldson David Douglass Bill Doyle Ann Draper Bob Drombosky Beth Duff Dennis Duffy Darlene Dunkle Tony Duryea Dick Eakins Sheryl Eisele Lynn Ellen Victor Elliot Allen Ellsstrom Karen Elwood Jim Emrick Jeanne Erceg Dan Ernsberger Rodney Euwer Jim Evans k Juniors Add Pep 'kyf H U . h ,K l .,. wt . 5 " 5 X f.Q"w t J fe- ' 'il an ' 'F 1 an x 1 ' 'J A l ... X H I C R 6 ,l l ' J k es Q , f. . 'Qs 'Q ll ,'xi 1 'A M-.ff t ltttt it ' XL V or af!-kk . L Rf L. J f F' J tE n N L f 'av ' Q Liiiiiy Fyziirweather fr-v N in , -, , Hn- J FL -::- -'-- J Q L5 ' ciiggereifili ' 5 , , f 1 Heather Ferrone Q ' , J 3 A V R, . V' t J 1 0 A I ZW, Ili f J A g V Wi Nancy Fetzer 2 -3 N L- 3 5 , Ch l F' hb h W 6 i ff, I 3' Q, 6 Elaiihg SFithS1?atrilsk ' . t't ' V J d Fl ' t ' an J VV,, Vvvl y BllJbyFo3?:ng F 1 rr. f ff' t iet t F if - Mindy Fox I76 Charles Francioni Cindy Friedhof Joanne Friedhof Dominick Frolloni Becky Fuller John Fulton Julian Gammon Wayt Gardner Loretta Garvey Eric Gillen Sue Goetz Karen Golubic Pam Gow Jim Griffith Denny Grosky Dave Guardiani George Guch Marcia Gumhert Cindy Gunkle Jeff Guzy Ken Guzzie Terry Haley Diane Haller Cass Hanna Margaret Hart Bob Heigley Linda Hempel Becky Henderson ,laynet Herman Nancy Hermes Mike Hertz Ken Hosack Peggy Houggy Doug Hufnagle Don Humbertson Susan ldzakovich F0 Athletic Events Camille and Dan rally the crowd. af- Ip 5 it X' x tx rrt J aaya Qra ieizef, 1 1, ee e hi s :.. "-,Q . :.. ,.,.. Q aaa iytt so eee ser ve? . L di Philip lndovina Keith Irvin John Jablonski Bill Jakovac Alfred Jendrasik Dave Jenkins Dave Johnson Lee Johnson Kippy Johnson Ralph Johnston J eff J ones .lim Kalka L. :th in 1 o f A R K A .XA , 1 M 'V' X Qs A N Q Q ? X vi X Q fel L h ls I Ll I77 ' 1111 f' L eee he n R ie fm " iiii R ,WA L A L 2 We in 'li -,ii fain Q, wg 3 Kent Kaltenhom Carol Kaminski Linda Kiley Tom Kleeb Dale Kleinfelder Bill Knox Matt Kravits Nick Kuchinick Karen Kurkiewicz Camille Labriola Tom Ladley A1 Lauschus Gary Law Chuck Lebo Roy Lebo Karen Lee Sharon Leech Donna Lenhart K I K Q 5 gr , L I xl , 5 T 1 if Vi gqlillllily Lfglliild f'. A 1 'A -. f N-f .- L V, . ,,1. 'L , V L L lf C 3 'Nl I ." Linlhlzirt h i iii K li'i 5 -ic' 'mga aug iieel 1liT,fZ'1'l'iukee A ii i 5 iiii A A QL. L 5 X 9 Q Class Of 69 Contrlbutef "Up, Up and Away?" A 9, KJ ct ive? C IL M u f. David Lundberg Kathy Lutz Mickie MacBride Donna Maiello Dave Maiorana Martha Malec Carol Maloney Mary Manning Vince Marchese Holly Markert Richard Martin Rudy Martineck 15 'ii arf.. 'Se'- To Homeeomin Excitement Patty Rekowski, Junior Homecoming Attendant 4' 4' "R , '- Y if Q' il .H . x rwvf 1. ff' ,Eff ff X fQ..,",. ' Sue Marzolf Jim Mason Bob Massimino Terri Mathews Donna Matthews Nancy May Williani May Jack McBriar Ted Mccague Heidi McClellan Mary McClelland Ann McCormick Ginny McCully Helen McCune Bob McCutcheon Clark McDonald Kathy McCean Karen Mclntyre Darlene McKamish Jackie McKay Duke McLaughlin Bemie Meinert Ernie Meynard Bruce Michclotti 'NQA-Q., .. 5 K N, , i 11.L- P y lc: A "A' S They can't even give them away! A X f ,, JN, .. It il Q -45 all - rsllifxg .f l , -11:5 Juniors Gain Experience .5 A,' ' 1 iii : V L A I 'X 3' R Q' . y 'Al ni t eeee ...P y P " ?- ww e i-yr Q- ,v W' W lla' l has Qc V V A 5 , K ff L N Z I e. e 5 e,Qe P A 11, V My ag V l , L . ' '1L,' L -ff 'e Y Q 5 eeeee y 5 Theresa Novokoski Raymond Orr Linda Parker Gail Patterson Sally Patterson Mark Patulski Matt Patulski Chris Pavlik Beth Pegnetter Marilyn Pelc Don Pfirrman Virginia Phillips Robert Pit-kvl Louis Pisano Rivh Pisaroik Nancy Poland Lrac Powers Kenneth Preston Pete Procopio Mark Prosky Mark Puntcrcri Bevky Puivupile Arlene Rucliiele R. Anthony Rall Gary Midock Deborah Miller Gary Miller Ron Miller Dave Mishler Jeff Mock Fred Moler Katy Mowry Sally Murdaugh Charles Myers Marilyn Myers Forrest Neff Nancy Newell Dale Nichols Kurt Nicklas Joanne Nicolnzza Mike Ratway Patty Rekowski Ray Rex Peggy Richter Peter Roberts iw I ol Becky Rnble Lillian Roble ' Bill Rohrer Sally Rohrman Bob Romano i ll Diversified Fields it ip it if-3. "':,,. Aw.-f I ,.. 'rr A F .55 Sandy Rorison ff ' Steve Roylance is 1-4" .lim Royston i 'Pa A. 'M 1- - Qui' . Dennis Rush luv I. "" -5 ii tF"""f Richard Rusnak A i ff' A .ZLI 154 X gb h AX. IL - Ax Mary Russitano A A W VQQXXA A A Q Frank Sabatini or Q , F at Michele Samek , A m 'X Q I " T72 .lack Sample - 'Q"""K an M f Ellen Sanes 'QB , m A ' ' ii ,,. L .. FH W Lowrie Sargent 4 C Pete Savakes Q ' " , - R Jim schau "ai V ...V 1. 'ab A A .if'iE ' c -- f ...Q Elaine Schneider Q ' Pat Scliramm 1 'N' A Gretchen Schrenk F -wwf' K Dori Schubert A Q A . Joe Schultz Q F ' Janet Schusler e1'i K V 1-- 1 -e, A iiil Dale Schweitzer A ' 5 Q Annette Schwet E - X EA.. - 1 A Bernie Schwet xl F, if -4-f A. vu . , Q-j ,kk fc . ",,,i. cfm I x . ' 4."".Lt i - ff. ' ,xf4 9' 'QS-v . .3 v '-5:12 - ,yliizs-1 X 'gm nun. an 1 'W-ibm-. ' ies?! ,g+y,m- 't A o .-A 1 "fare C rt X. W 1'2'L"' i .,.-" vfx- . 1,9 4 s .X 5 u lpn- Q03 ' J V ,. . A L A A . .,.. -5 -,Jail K 1 t l C' 4 K Y x 45 V, LH 1 iv gr 91 V . 3-1 , "5 .,K,.4nf tr . A f . , if .,.,. K yt, sr CN A ,1 at l yytt F, Carol Scinico Anna Sciullo Andy Scott Donna Secola Glenn Selby Frank Serrao Diane Simms Don Sinclair Chuck Skalski Larry Skalski Thomas Skwortz Claudia Smith Debbie Smith Janet Snee Mike Speer Mary Lou Spitzner Charles Spohn Lloyd Stamy Bonnie Stanger Debbie Stanley .loc Stein Jeanne Steitz Lyndsay Stewart Chuck Stiscak Robin Stock Karen Stofan Sue Storck Allan Strange Jo Ann Strathmeyer Pam Stresky Juniors Grow As A Clasd l Q in Ni-...,. sw I82 L I! E F1 Pat Stresky Rulene Sublinsky Lynn Sukel Dane Sutton Gail Sutton Mike Svitesic Jon Sweeney Tim Sweeney Rick Swinny Susan Tady Charmaine Telegdy Sandy Thalimer Mark Thimons Sue Thompson Linda Thorpe John Thullen Charlotta Thunander Bonnie Toborkey li , ' J T ' as f i if ,V J Noaencyoilliilnible H W ""i A x , . Dave Vcltri 15 ALJ,iW,'f Pete Veltri 1 :J jf 1 17' , , Debby Vltale SQ Q A A L Ilz 3 C 15- N Anna Marie Vitari :iz A' Louis Vitari Vw 'i Chip Voelker X -A D s Dennis Wagner G, '53 Q 6 W '7' X M ff-4 Bill Walker if ii, A L, X tp. Linda Walker 'R il M Tom Wally At A - L 1 az 1. 1- ' A Karen Walsh 'Q gl ' 'Q is Frank Weissert P' iw., Cary Wesley , --1--. R Mary Wiefling ,K .AL 5 aft 1 . L nd As Individuals Donna Wienskovitch Wade Wilsher Gary Wilson Roger Winsby Regis Wolk Wendy Wood Dave Woods Sharon Woods Dan Yates Richard Yates Bryan Young Judy Yute Netty Zbilut Paul Ziemkiewicz Craig Zimmerman Juniors Without Pictures Daniel Antczak James Barth William Becker Micolet Ben Edward Bigler Danny Bonner Robert Clemente Gregory Crumby Nancy Delletro Dave Dietrich Paul Donatelli Robert Dow Dolores Ferrara Gerald Herstek Linda Karcher Howard Kepple Regis Kessler Edward Konrad Mary Kosacheba Linda Kotchey Susan Leadbetter Patty Lobaugh John MacBride Patrick Malley Louise Masci Patty Mawhinney Frances McClafferty John McCormick Greg McCullough Linda Meyers Paul Meyers Stephen Newell Brian O'Malley Carol Praniewicz Daniel Rathbun David Rathbun Jackie Reese Susan Rudd James Ruggeri Mike Satler George Sauerwein Terry Slaugenhaupt Suzanne Sliger Connie Steigerwald Jack Tart Melva Trautman Robert Treese Robert Waldschmidt Michael Weber Stanley Weyman James Whelan N A l ' - ' S fi 'ru Q 1 , 4, I as if 1 J , 1 ' V A if i W Q y R W, 1 h A s . -f Ass e J' H. A ' 19 .C iiiiin Sl C eisi to C J K ,. J by J wr' J L4 X . I 4 mf' . A A RK e S , 9515? A .4 lax l 'f iii f ' A A V . A ff g 1 YN . Q in A W ikf D nl P' X '11L. , ' LLIV A A ' . Y 3 lt kkzyf :JLL in i i Q., Q B76 -xkl in A 5 l A ft 'el ww 'fi-fl' 4 7 y f Q fl -" A, A r y q, . , J , D V , if elf .sk , , A L --'- -- 5 W.. Xi.-'-rw. - Smile or you'll Frey! Q n,,,?,- ..L.. ,, eg W I84 I gl Qtdcr. John Bcchtold Melonie Bechtold Ann Bell Linda Aber Kathy Abercrombie Rhonda Ahramovic David Ackerman Barbara Akers Paul Alcorn Joanne Alechnewith Sue Allen Nick Angelini Susan Angstadt George Armstrong Bicliurd Armstrong William Armstrong Cary Arndt Alyrv Arnold Debbie Baker David Banks Larry Baranowski Linda Burnett Nora Barry Jeff Baugh Val Baur Dorin Boyne Marsha Bazella il' .,x. F Fox Chapel Welcome Carolyn Belotti Kathryn Bentzel Bob Berardino Rita Beresky William Besanceney .lames Blakely George Blashford William Blazek Susan Bloomfield 4 ll 3 iii A 1- ,ls.l to lsri i Niir " l J " ' .L . ,B k i - Y VEK J . '91 -b .- rf? ' ogg f . - 1 'f 42,1 S 53 so-" J , I NCQ 1 F a . , it up M l l G Q V '5Mg,.,-ffl ' Q x 1,5 - A il L fi Y K V -S ' ffm: we-' QF 0 SW r Slass Of '70 X S .K ,E - . Chris Cannon Andy Cardyn Catherine Carrubba Linda Carter Randy Carter Frank Casper J im Cassidy Eugene Cawley Linda Celender Robert Celo Ray Chalmers Lynn Chorle Frank Christy Kathy Church Denise Cineione Cynthia Ciocca Kathleen Clark Linda Clark Candise Claus Cindy Claypoole Gretchen Blumer Shirley Bonner Diane Boosinger Anthony Bova ,lim Boyd Pam Braine Jo Brown Ray Brozek J oe Bubas John Burdakin Bob Burns Greg Burns SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Doug Gilbert, vice-president Beth Powell, sccretaryg Mike Stang, presidentg Bob Smith, treasurer "' i of l i , 'NQ0 G as vs GY l w-'Y A g fn L N-27' I .. 15:24 Cr' L1 .X I Q-,F ?"'?' 4..- 1 L ,K 4.-v N George Clokey Dirk Clouse Sandy Cober Be-nodicte Cochran Lynn Cochrun Earl Colbert Rod Cole Kirk Coleman Peter Colowit Debby Cook Mike Cook Ray Cook Mary Helen Cordisco Shelly Cosgrove Carmen Costanzo 1? ID if-ln , Q,-Wi ' ii l ,L if-V . i..5g- gi. lyyyl elll lel y ax. Aki? an Q iiiiiiii ii ' ' 6' I X e y W ' K. .. gg wg 1 . h fa aa. f I Wwg M- Q 5 'W-J my 1 lyf, C W C in ln! nn' ioiiii i ilii 3 "iV 12 3 1' il C I l Sophomores Jom In Tom Cramer Dave Crandon Debby Cross Richard Cunningham Steve Cupcheck Rosalie Czartorski Carole Czujko Frank Dahlem Janice Davis Eric Dembrowski Austin DeSimone James DeStout Alexander DiCaprio Clay Diebold Debbie Diehm Janet Dorn Joyce Dudek DeDe Duncan Keith Dunkin Elaine Dunn Gary Duryea Greg Dzubinski Bob Dzvonick Bonnie Eckert Norm Eckler Barbara Edelman John Elliot Bob Elrick Kate Emery Charles Enterline Liz Entwisle Tony Esposito James Euwer Tim Evagash Priscilla Evans Kathy Evert John Fetterman Richard Fichter ,lon Flint Melinda Flippen Bonnie Foster Mary Frey n The Action 't F iiii 5 'I N930 .asap F X W . U . 4 W . ,-Q , . L if , 5 4 Sandy Cober dribbles in for a victory. Q sf . F A L4i . IA A -:.:. Nc in isee a so . li Q Louie Fitch David Frollini Anne Fulton Mary .lo Friday Debbie Funk Ed Galanda Bruce Gallo Cathy Gass Anne Gardener Danita Geltner Jane Gerdes Doug Gilbert Lynn Glllner Donna Goberish . fr V ii E ' . if i P x W Z L RT' QM - , Q' i i i f Carole Golightly r EA 'Q ixmy I A' is ii: N .., ,t R K k , vi 'Y' ,538 G w. L " g . .. , 5 S D -ag IL l gb: H Qi 11 1 D l taa r 2 'ifyia .4 . so f Y?"-ff-v 15 x .. ::.: A RA A A. N Doug Golubic Rich Goodrich Jim Gorman Marilyn Gormley Sheryl Gottshall Sue Graff Gail Granger Ellen Grazioli Steve Green Ellen Gregg Christine Gregory Leslie Gross Patty Gross John Grzandziel Q , in H Dan Guardino in N MN V ' 1 ' I Dehbie Guch ' M , .ae ' --'i Y' W- - . Q y A A . aw 4 A A l l Donald Guthrie 'E .- A "UW , ---Q X. Ronald Guthrie t a"!'o'1'3 -,fs w ., at D f . +51 l G M t 2 L ,, . 4 , - Kin if asa H, . B h G l mv V 3 l ' w v -5 gl f f,1 Ffank liilhn . M N, l. . f ' 1- y M K t'f3i5hH13j2sxfh l Z X A My H Y 5 D L AX ' . l K A D d' t' A d C ' Amr Pismo? e lea l0Il Il oncentratlo l ,D w or A David Hamilton t -f' - - D S: H 'lt 1 'Q' :L "l A Billltlfllanfllzrlilc on l A-H i", A L H Q l , Dale Hanlin l A ' 'A .4 - G Margie Hanlon 1 gs ,W 3 3' Megan Happel ' Q , X Q 1 1 . f A XXX '--.k 1, George Harr Debby Harrity Brad Harslem Doug Hartman Mark Hauge Kerry Haupl The hbrary s atmosphere is conducive to study. lharacterize Class Of '70 John Hepburn John E. Hill John M. Hill Charlene Hixenbaugh Sandy Hlasnick Philip Hodill Bill Hofer J im Holden Bobbie Holmes David Hoogerhyde Eric Home Jerry Hosack Bob Hoskins Fred Huff Greg Hufnagle Bill Hughes James Humes Pat Huveldt Ellen Idler George Ivill Q 'T 1 Q ,. "': J. f IQ A 1.h.nQy4aAQ Sue Haus Wayne Heckman Tom Heintzinger Ken Heisel Mike Heneroty Judy Hennessey 5 Zi P E: , 1 .AQL i S 9, . 2 N 7 .. x fs N g B 1 dvi JFWW f A s flops- .4 n ,Q 14K':h 7226 AK W ...L I89 mg QA u l B qw Fairy ill- s mv J A J K J QTY- 1 if 1 Q fi B if l2f1 1 .: J asai lf B L , . R J -If 5 75 eo' tx 'QE-,I J -f Y J J J ,xl J' R 4' J 5 bib 4'?l4 l Linda Klocek Alan Klug Mark Knobil Donna Knox Bob Koch Holly Kondrit David Kosheba Carol Kozora Wayine Kramer Klem Kratoehvila Chris Kravits James Krieg Louis Kriston Helen Kruger James Kunkle Steve Laney Linda Lauterbach Ronald Lavia L Janice Jackson Barry Jacoby Michael James Diane Jaros Ron Jesiolowski Linda Johnson Randy Johnson Bob Johnston Peggy Jones Bob E. Jones Bob J. Jones Glenn Jonnet Mike Joseph Barbara Kahler Kevin Kamenzind Bonnie Karcher S0 I know I had it on the bus. phomores Mee J J D K ir, 9 B r 5 6 D232 Kzririeliiy 1 A A - ' W Dennis Kessler K , . .1,,j'7 Janet Kish A iilij , A A4 .,-.xl la- ff, ge' lil i i . .. 'Li V: :EE E ,.,.. in A 3 ii' , - " - . Q ' 12', , f .. E .:k:E- z 1 if A B A g L WW, PR ! , A Ms ,4 Q U wr un... is X n , Q Lil Q -fax - 8 'FQ' sr' ' ar , . ,Q l I 1 ig. . A f iw - C 'S , 1 2 il A , 1? if W ,Q ' ' 5 W' it JW?-M. A 1 Yew Challenges Dori Mandich J ay Mansmann Karen Mansmann George Marchese Marie Marion Charles Markle Chris Markle David Marshall Marty Marshall William Marshall Sharon Martin .loel Masslon Joe Mateusiak Rachel Matthews Dave May lik -- :Q -' ij". Peter LeD0nne Marsha Lee Richard Lee William Leonardi Barbara Ley Wayne Leya Elizabeth Linhart Jill Linhart Clyde Longabaugh Lawrence Loeser Pete Loftus Patty Logan Tom Lombardi Edward Longabaugh Thomas Lowry Keith Lucas Clifford Luft Janet Lutty David Lutz Martha Lydick .lack Maher ' Ron Maholic Robert Malec Virginia Malek fi..-W - 1-. A .,t, ,., , 5 Q r ' 'N wi yyy if 1. 1 X , . 5 '6Dino the Dinosaur" takes second place in float competition. Sophomores A .ff Q- 'f i Q Q L 'N xg Q .A 1 ka Ai 3? 5 6, ...Q f. X xg Q, J I Q--i Q ii A 4 'Q is L4 2 Dominick Mazzotta Ralph McClafferty Maurice Mc-Clellan N Robert McCormick . , Kathy McFarland Dave McKumish nv . X Tom McKay Ailsu McKee Bruce McKinney . Wayne Mclilillen 5 5 Hugh Mcliandal ,lon Means Dennis Meinert Nancy Meinert William Mertens Virginia Mertz Anne Meyer Dave! Meyers Mike Meyers Audrey Michalowski Dennis Mikulla Cay Milby Alice Miller David Miller Create Keith Miller Leslie Miller Sandy Miller John Milleville James Miros Craig Mitchell Christal Mockenhaupt Vicki Moneville Mike Morrison Dot Morrow John Morrow Sherry Moyes Barb Mullen Leslie Munsell Ed Murray Ellie Murray Dennis Myers Fred Newell Diane Niehel Becky Niles Margie Noone Diane Noro Ken Nowak Christine Odell J O O I f oi Q 5.11 , e osen A .Eff x K ye,ai ASM? A 4... 4 .. Ax 1 rlze-Wlnnlng Float Barbara Akers, Sophomore Class Homecoming Attendant. Dan Olzewski Valerie Ong Steve Osbome Mike O'Toole Christine Pajerski Marsha Palivoda Charlene Palmer Roberta Papa Harry Patterson Bruce Peery P ' ' A iiii Jacqueline Pfeiffer Robert Phillips 4 ,-i- f i lk 'e:', ' Q Ae L , gg j" of ' X b1,. i E i l A ,,.. it wi 'fit A 'fff y - AL ' -1 . gi , fi: W Sufi HH A 5 Q., 1 Q 'Em it c . ,, .r r. c, r 3. 1 hQ IDA John Piasecki Joe Picard Mike Piccardo Marianne Pickel Richard Pieper Paul Pilarski Charles Pizzuto Beth Pow-ell Mary Lou Pracht Ed Przytulski Debbie Radcliffe Karen Rafalski Dave Ranii Joe Ranii Gary Ratway Alan Reed Andy Reese Joe Regan J im Reibert Barb Reimers Curt Reinhard Vincenno Revilla Bill Rex Mary Reynolds Doug Richter Karen Rieger Walt Rinehart Christine Riviere Gloria Rizza John Rohich Varied Personalities .lohnette Rouggie Fritz Rudolph Kathy Ruthrauff Mark Sahr Dave Sallach Roberta Sandrock Linda Santelli Larry Sauer Jackie 'Sauerwein Dave Savakes Keith Scheerhaum Larry Scheid Sandra Schelinski Bill Schiffhauer Linda Schmidt Myrtle Schmitt Carol Scholl Chris Schriver John Schultz Kris Schweitzer Ross Schweitzer Selby Schwend James Scialabba Thomas Scully Susan Sellers Colleen Shannon Debbie Sherman Greg Shoop John Simmons Ella Simpson Sandy Skowran John Skwortz Sandy Slomer Susie Slomer Michael Smith Robert Smith Susan Snyder .ludy Soeder Richard Soeder Marriane Specht Bonnie Speers t .gn 6 i an S. 3 Adv if -p ru, 'r gd ompose C ass Of '70 ' i"'w.,..g M' -" 1' .-GQ .v- f' S f if 1 f ' . J Lg -'L Carol Sphar Peter Sprites Tom Sproul Mike Stang Pam Stanley Debbie Stanley Barbara Steffey Bonnie Steigerwald David Stephens Doug Stiner Bill Stover Sandy Stumpf David Sundo Kathy Swab Renee Swaiko Meg Swain Nancy Swank ,lack Swierczynski u 1 L - 7 , A IQR L9 X ii. Elwrj . - A I W 'T L Y L. ...L L , Q 1 . li' , 'X A A V ' .l.V. Foxettes win by leaps and bounds. Patricia Swinny Mark Symanski Paul Tanski Bob Tejohman Dan Thomas Dave Thomas Frank Thompson Geoffrey Thompson Lynn Thompson Robert Thomson Liz Tierney Tom Toborkey ,lohn Totten Sharon Trocki Valerie Tunny Ed Udanis Leo Ulewicz Mary Ulewicz Doug Van Horn Don Vashinder Sue Vecchiola Chris Veenis Sally Voclker Linda Vogan i i J , k rr.rr1i 1 of is A f i Bob Waddell Dave Wagner Pat Wagner Thomas Wagner Valerie Wagner Vivian Wagner Curtis Waligura Delores Walker George Walker Thomas Walker Reed Wallace Judy Walsh To each his own Qlockerl. or The Top Wesley Walters Ted Wang Richard Warren Lynne Weber Dan Weidner Linda West John White Reed White Tom White Ann Williams George Williams Gary Wimer Linda Winaught Terry Wirginis Sandi Witzel Bridget Wolf J oe Wolk ,lihn Wright John Yaworsky Barbara Yute Bob Zaborowski Bill Zelenka Joyce Zepp Diane Ziemke Sophomores Witho Bonnie Borkowski Alice Diehm Donald DiEmidio Thomas Esser William Helbing Peggy Knox Ted Guczynski James Liberatore Carol MacDonald Richard Maher Barbara Susan Timothy Trocki Z'- --r 'ev -cz. ut Pictures gs CL T v in il V Q? iv-Q gl " f A 'W 5 ' Q' ' -:sr Q, Q -figs if X .fl K V. X ,Q -X s i G' ff .eu , ...34 .,p,f if K , rv, . I 4. Nas. K, ,551 ' ' ,. 1 ' f 35 Q 4 X- I KE ix , A x A 1 ..,.,,, W. .. . 1. .W...,... -... IQ - HOMEROOM l03iFront Row: D. Abt. J. Amorose, K. Beck, Wm. Beal, R. L. Baker, J. Anderson, K. Armstrong, Second Row: S. Armstrong, R. Arena, B. Becker, H. Bauer, G. Arturo, K. Allen B. Arndt. Third Row: C. Allen, W. Baker, C. Basso, L. Andreaggi C. Baker, B. Bainbridge, C. Amorose. Fourth Row: R. A, Baker D. Antvzak, K. Baker, A. Barraclough, P. Barry, P. Ansoff, G Alston. y 1 HOMEROOM 104-Front Row: D. Bell, L. Briggs, D. Brown, R. Bigler J. Besancaney, D. Brandner, M. Bentzel, K. Boyd. Second Row: C. Bennar: do, K. Brucker. L. Beeken, C. Bolton, W. Boyd, .l. Blume, D. Belsito, J Biery. Third Row: C. Brown. C. Brown. D. Booth, M. Besanceney, B. Brison D. Brucker, B. Blank, S. Behrend. Fourth Row: A. Bobby, C. Brown, J Blume, S. Bottu, C. Bennett, K. Bradburn, S. Brasso, .l. Bruemmer. Freshmen Turn Their Attention To HOMEROOM 105-Front Row: J. Caton. L. Coco, J. Crate, B. Crooks, B. Catley, C. Cramer, A. M. Church. Second Row: B. Cosgrove, T. Crit-ks, R. Coholich. T. Chermely, B. Cabonar, C. Casile, K. Caldwell. Third Row: C. Caye, L. Caprino, N. Creigh- ton, G. Carson, C. Chieffo, G. Celo. Fourth Row: T. Cardyn, J. Clemente, D. Cochran, S. Clark, A. Cesnick, C. Curry, S. Corn- man. I98 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Cindy Rekowski, vice-president, Doug Booth, president, Gail Baker, secretary, Christy Allen, treasurer. ls science class really that interesting? Leadership nd To Learning HOMEROOM l07-Front Row: M. Gassaway, L. B. Gardlock, B. Fornof, B. Frey. Second Row: J. Funk, K. Flaherty, B. Fenton. C. Fullman, D. Fink. K. Fuhrer, M. Garofolo, W. Farmerie, N. Fasnne, B, A. Fischerkeller, P. Gallager, R. Ferraro, J. Fiske, E. Francioni, C. Franz, Fay, J. Gallager, B Third Row: S. Flint Fuchik. Fourth Rowi Freeman, T. Fleming HOMEROOM 106-Front Row: S. English, F. Doerfler, T. Dean, J. Drombosky, R. Dolan, D. Diehl, B. Dolhi. Second Row: K. Ellis, C. D'Amico, B. Daly, M. Dismukes, D. Eck, A. Donaldson A. Evans, P. Dineen, J. Divittorio. Third Row: P. DeVore, Gi Dimmick, S. Davis, S. Entwisle, T. Edgar, A. Engelhart, G. Dellert, D. Deluca. Fourth Row: D. Dismukes, E. Ericson, K. Ellena, D. Dombroski, T. DeThomas, L. Duren, J. Ellis, C. Ecker. HOMEROOM 108-Front Row: D. Hanna, B. Hanlin, K. Gray R. Herstek, S. Harrison, P. Hazen, A. He-nn. Second Row: C Hall, J. Grzandziel, D. Heide, J. Gormley, P. Hernon, R. Graham J. Habay. Third Row: D. Hartman, R. Hajenick, N. Colubic, N Gilberti, D. Greco, N. Hassett, M. Grover. Fourth Row: D. Hers tek, T. Guardino, B. Heister, D. Harslem, J. Hertwick, D. Har- venek, S. Henrici, D. Hemple, J. Hauge. E. 2 N . e,'1'f"15"M" ' - w...... . D 1 A A if ity.. , .-I. Y. W fl ,.... , , L-rr. ,ya - P 'n-giiij .gfgrlfjxf " ,eff 4 Wi' 6 HOMEROOM 110-Front Row: D. Knapp, D. Kleiner, S. Jones, B. Jones R. Klauscher, R. Kleeh, B. Klein. Second Row: M. Kolehmainen, C. Kolbeit P. Jones, K. Jones, M. Jurewicz, C. Jones, D. Johnson. Third Row: M Kromer, J. Klous, J. Kielty, K. Killian, W. Kapp, J. Jones, C. Killinger. Fourth Row: L. Kozera, E. Kessler, S. Kotchey, C. Kozora, J. Krouse, B Kelley, B. Kirin. i Energetic Class f '71 Kee s Fox Chapel Tom Sawyer exemplifies Freshman spirit. ! HOMEROOM 11lYFront Row: L. Lauschus, C. Lessman, G. List, G. LeDonne, J. Lisowski, F, Kwiatkowski, J. Lederer. Second Row: D. Krum- mert, D. Law, S. Leya, C. Laney, C. Law, P. Letters, R. Lengle. Third Row: C. Lawrence, B. Ladley, M. Kurkiewicz, G. Kurtz, N. Lang, E. Legath. D11 The Move HOMEROOM 112-Front Row: Marohese, J. Lombardi, M. Lyons, B Malek, J. McCauley, B. Molntyre, G. Marzolf, J. Miller, K. Mellgard. Second Row: C. Miller, P. Markle, C. Mansmann, A. McCrady, J. McMas- ter, B. May, F. Mayer, D. McCormick, M. Lyons. Third Row: D. Lombardi, T. McKenna, J. McTighe, C. McCutcheon, S. McCoy, G. Maguire, L Meynard, N. McCorkle, A. McTighe, G. Meyer. Fourth Row: R. Maiorana, D. Miles, D. McMillen, D. Loftus, B. McKelvey, M. Milan, R. Miller, C. Miller, D. Miller, M. Meinert. 1. . ,LEP ' .ff Cindy Rekowski, Freshman Class Homecoming At- tendant. HOMEROOWI ll2A-Front Row: B. Miros, D. Olson, F. Niemiec B. Newton,iP. Paulovich, C. Pauli, M. Pentarek, D. Morrow, Second Row: A. Peiritsoh, S. Miller, M. O'Toole, L. Pettigrew, S. Moyes, C. Novak, G. Petty, P. Monteverde. Third Row: A Perkins, C. Olen, M. Marian, P. Mishler, E. Mockler, D. Oblinger J. Myers, R. Murray, S. Pendock. Fourth Row: D. Obradovicll D. Parks, S. Parks, K. O,T0ole, M, Osbourne, L. Patsko, T. Newell J. Perrine, L. Palmer. . 6 .- .ai , we 20I . .J 1 ' 2 sms.. '7-9 HOMEROOM ll3-Front Row: R. Ramsey, B. Porter, D. Prosky, K. Pruett, C. Piccardo, M. Pisano. Second Row: J. Ratay, P. Rapp, E. Rap:-tti, R. Preston, B. Reed, B. Quick, H. Platt. Top Row: R. Redman, E. Pietrzak, S. Plummer, J. Pottmeyer, J. Potter, N Piatkowski, J. Provan. HOMEROOM 114.-Front Row: K. Rekasie, T. Scheid, E. Scharpf, M. Roble, K. Sasinoski, M. Roberts, K. Robinson, R. Rome. Second Row: R. Rice, B. Reese, J. Sable, L. Rollf, R Roznowski, J. Sabol, R. Schmidt, C. Scheib. Third Row: M. Sal- vucci, S. Rohrcr, M. Richter, J. Rehm, B. Sampson, C. Ritschl, J. Santoro, E. Sasinonski. Fourth Row: L. Scheerbuam, R. Salo- mome, S. Schmidt, J. Schaeffer, P. Rigatti, C. Romanovich, C. Rekowski, D. Sallach, D. Reibert. i, .fy 5.3 - ,gnsq-9' Sewing may be fun . . . Freshman Comrade ship HOMEROOM 116-Front Row: R. Stansbury, K. Scully, D. Streyle, B. Smith, P. Stampahar, C. Shook, J. Solomon. Second Row: A. Sciullo, S. Shannon, M. Sherman, J. Spampinato, R. Stock, K. Stockdale, D. Sokol, C. Seiber. Third Row: D. Sliger, H. Stevenson, B. Stofko, J. Sinnott, C. Soeder, K. Strohm, C. Shock, B. Schweitzer. Fourth Row: R. Stanger, D. Skelly, D. Scialabba, J. Seward, B. Sheehan, D. Staub, J. Stiscak. - -F1545 la . H- 202 .aan if H 'M .,,V,,..,,, . . . but eating is something else. Builds Class Unit HOMEROOM 118-Front Row: J. Treese, T. Veltri, M. Veltri, C. Veltri, E. Varshine, W. Szwedko, J. Thorn. Second Row: M. B. Trout, L. Vulgris, M. Terwilliger, M. Stumpf, K. Wagner, F. Waddell, H. Trautman, R. Varley, C. Tuttle. Third Row: B. Wachter, R. Ullom, F. Thullen, B. Synan, J. Sunkin, P. Vogel, R. Szwcdko, A. Vey. Fourth Row: C. Totera, M. Swain, S. Sutton, P. Thomas, J. Wagner, D. Swan, I. Wagner, R. Virostek. HOMEROOM 120-Front Row: T. Wright, T. Whanger, D. Wojciehowski, B. Welsh, S. Welch, J. Weir, J. Weissert. Second Row: D. Yaworsky, R. Weimer, P. Witas, J. Wallace, .l. Waight, D. Wirginis, C. Wright. Third Row: T. Wright, D. Yeager, S. Wilcox, J. White, C. Waibel, M. Zimmerman, M. Wagner, D. Wheeler, B. Williams. Fourth Row: A. Wester, R. Wood, J. White- man, L. Wesley, C. Woods, M. Wigginton, D. Yaworsky, B. 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I5238 Hair CuHing by Appoinfmenl' FOX CHAPEL PICTURE FRAMING COMPANY Fox Chapel Plaza ARTISTIC FRAMING ETNA BROOM AND MOP MFG. CO. Glenshaw, Pa. FOX CHAPEL HOBBY AND TRACK CENTER Hobbies and Craffs for Everyone Fox CHAPEL PLAZA CLOSED TUESDAY AFTERNOONS 78 I- I 055 EDITH BENNETT BEAUTY SHOPPE 335 Firsf S'I'reeI' ASPINWALL, PA. DEBALDO SALES AND SERVICE Corner Harls Run Road and Saxonburg Blvd. R.D. alfl, Glenshaw 767-533I Complimenis of MISS KAVANAGH'S 4+h PERIOD CALCULUS WIMER CONSTRUCTION CO. I250 Freeporl Rd. PITTSBURGH 38 CLASS Phone 78I-7700 A. R. BAUGH Wafch and Cloclc Repair The AII Repairs Guaranleed VILLAGE WARDROBE . . A r F 7 Bzilgrrxvainve' Fox tCT1iaspeIroPrIaza Phone Phone 78I-5660 78I-4244 Complimenfs of TOWNE DRUGS J. A. THOMPSON TRUCKING "Our Only Produci Is Service" HARVANEK'S SUNOCO Avis Reni'-a-Car OAKMONT, PA. 22I 8II1 SI. Blawnox -fm 1- T g CHOO CHOO A PANCAKE R ESTA U RA NT 16-' ltr O '- 44 IIIIRIETIES in PIINCAKES a, W - FF ALSO SERVING...OTHER FINE FOODS "Come as you are . . . Bring The Kids!" Rf. 28, Harmarville Tired of +I1e Mundane? ASPINWALL PAINT 81 WALLPAPER Try II5 Cen'I'er Ave. Flowers by DUANE ASPINWALL 78 I-8I I I Complimenfs of ERWIN'S PHARMACY Aspinwall, Pa. DOMIAN'S DISTRIBUTORS FOX CHAPEL PLAZA Wishes Good Luck +o +I1e Class of '68 xii? THE 1 FOX TALES Iiillx S N. H. BLUEMLING BUILDERS SUPPLY i'ffLTQ',1Q'2mQf,7- CARL L. MILLER Building Con+racI'or I2I'h and Main SI'reeI' SHARPSBURG. JA. Compliments of ROCKWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA I5208 Congratulations to the Class of 1968 MAHAFFEY EQUIPMENT COMPANY I200 Freepori' Rd. PiHsI:urgh, Penna. I5238 MATERIALS HANDLING SPECIALISTS PAUL HUDAK Real EsI'aI'e and Insurance I038 Freeporf Rd. PITTSBURGH, PA. I5238 Ph 782 2220 963 9254 ASPINWALL AUTOMOTIVE CORP. The Bes+ in Tires! The Bes+ in Service' Sfaie Inspeciion Headquarfers Compleie Brake and Froni' End Service Exhausi' Sysfem Specialisfs Scienfific Tune-up Experi' Body and Fender Repairs Transmission Specialisis HEADQUARTERS FOR UNI-ROYAL TIRES The Price . . . Fair of Course Phone: 782-2603 50I Freepori' Road CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Charles R. Aher Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Allen Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Allmendinger Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Amsler Anonymous Russell W. Ayres lll Mr. E. W. Backes The Banana Club Baskin-Robbin Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Beard Biology ll Class Sally Seiberl Boll Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Boosinger Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bollon, Sr. Roberl Brinckloe Daniel Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Budiak The Burdakins Gene Burke Mary Ida Burnile C.C.D. Sf. Timolhy Parish, Indianola Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Carrer Le Cercle Francais de Fox Chapel Robl. G. Clemenle Cleo Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coleman, lll Second Period College Malhemalics Kevin-Barbara--Chucky Conner Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Cook Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cook Maura F. Cornman Mrs. Robl. L. Cornman The J. C. Cosgrove Family Mr. William H. Cosgrove. Jr. Mrs. Bernard Cox Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dahlem Mr. and Mrs. Emlyn B. Davies Deulsch Ill Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. DeVore Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. DeWald Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Diamond Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Dimmick Daniel C. Dobralz Dr. and Mrs. William F. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. John C. Draper Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Eakins Mr. Charles Ebner Mr. Edinger Mr. and Mrs. John A. 'Elder 2I6 SOCIAL PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Enlwisle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Erdner Mr. and Mrs. James C. Evans Mr. and Mrs. James J. Fasone Dorolhy M. Fleming Dr. and Mrs. Norman Flinl Folk Club Fox Chapel High School Cafeleria Slaff Fox Chapel Key Club Beulah.A. Frey A Friend Friends of Senior Girl Scoul Troops I492. IB6. and 603 Dominick Frollini, Sr. Mr. Frank B. Fuhrer William W. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fullon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Fullon Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Garner The Geebers Dani'ra S. Gellner Mr. and Mrs. John Genlilcore Dr. and Mrs. W. A. George Mrs. Michael Gilberli Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Gimigliano Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Glassburn Dr. and Mrs. Rene Gonzales Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Gow Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Granger. Jr. Ellen L. Gregg Mr. ancl Mrs. Lee William Gregg Mr. and Mrs. Robf. J. Greybeck Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Gumle Mr. and Mrs. Neil R. Gumberl. Jr. Geo. B. Guch Dave Guardiani. Linda Myers Homeroom I I3 Homeroom I I6 Homeroom l09 Frank J. Hinnenbusch Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hill E. C. Hilger Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. HewiI+ Mr. and Mrs. Robl. J. Heisler Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Hauge Harls Run Hunl Pony Club Mrs. C. G. Harl Mr. and Mrs. Claylon J. Hardon Dwighl C. Hanna, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Haller Nancy Hague Hagen's Heroes Mrs. Hagen's 4+h pd. Algebra ll Rev. and Mrs. Glenn A. Hagen Homeroom 2Ol Homeroom 206 Homeroom 2I3 Homeroom 2l9 Homeroom 220 Homeroom 22l Homeroom 227 Homeroom 229 Sophomore Homeroom 232 Mr. and Mrs. Roberl N. Hughs Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Humberlson The Hudak Family Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Idler Jefferson Jeffy Jim and Karen Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Johnslon Mr. and Mrs. Curlis E. Jones Mr. and Mrs. F. Waller Jones. Jr. Juniorelles-Aspinwall Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kaminski Miss Rosemarie Kavanagh Kepple's Garage F. O. Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Casper V. Klauscher Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Kleiner Mr. and Mrs. W. Hunler Klingensmilh K. M. A. Mr. and Mrs. Roberl W. Knauer Knoxer Miss Janel Kokal A. J. Kolka Brian Kolka Mr. and Mrs. Peler J. Koppel Miss Margrella J. Krieg Mr. and Mrs. John F. Krouse Mr. Waller W. Kromer Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Krummerl Mr. and Mrs. William Ladley I. R. Lance ll Period Five Lalin Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Regis F. Legaih Library Mr. Alfred Lindsay Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William O. Linharl' Dr. and Mrs. Louis C. Lipperl Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ludwig. Jr. Lulheran Church Supply Sfore Margarel' L. Luiz Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Novak Mr- and MVS Mr. and Mrs. R. B. MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. Roberl J. Malec Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malley Donald F. Maloney Col. R. G. Mangum Mr. and Mrs. Kenl S. Manning Dr. H. C. Mansman Jr. The Richard B. Marlin Family Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mallhews Pam, Ginny, and Tim Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Girard J. McCague The Messmer Family Mr. and Mrs. Philip Meyer Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Meynard Mr. and Mrs. Alban Mockenhaupl' Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Murdaugh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Myers Nalional Honor Sociely Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Newell Jr. William B. Orr Mr. and Mrs. Michael PaIerski Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker Mr. and Mrs. Roberl K. Pa'r'l'on Mr. Harold W. Paxlon William Pavlik Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Pepper Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Pfeiffer Mr. and Mrs. J. Ormsby Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Roberi B. Phillips Pueri Puellaeque-Hora, IV Miss Karen Puskar Dr. and Mrs. Conrad Ragel. Ill Barbara and Waldo Rall Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ralway Mrs. O. A. Reclor Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Reif Edward V. Repa Col. and Mrs. Chrisioper C Fox Chapel Pharmacy Fox Chapel Village Happy House Shop IO79 Freeporl' Rd. Pgh., Pa. I5238 X. G. Hassenplug Golf Archilecl Jack and Eddie Prinling 2 I O Summil Dr. Phone 828-4836 oyne Mrs. Geo. J. Rhodes Chrislian Rilschl Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Riviere Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Rohrer, Jr. The Rooney Family Mr. and Mrs. David J. Rorison Mrs. E.,G. Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Robl. Sandrock Marianne and Tom Scheid Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Roberl A. Scheid Walfer Schramm Erwin G. Schramm J. J. McCar+hy, Jr. Jess B. McCorkIe Samuel K. McCune Roberi B. McKinna Hugh G.,McRandal Fred S. Schwend .Thomas Scully Roberl James Templer. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Thorpe Dr. and Mrs. William J. Tiegel Mrs. Frank P. Thullen Dr. C. J. Tranquill Firsl Period Trigonomeiry Second Period Trigonomelry Sixlh Period Trigonomelry Sevenlh Period Trigonomelry Mr. Shaw's 6C. 200 Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Trimble Ch. Li++le Bear Commander. Tucker Isl Period Typing I I3 Pa+ronsI 2nd Period Personal Typing I4 Pafronsl 3rd Period Typing I I3 Pa+ronsI 5+h Period Typing I I3 Pa'rronsI 7+h Period Typing I I3 Palronsl Share and Bill Uncle Ray's 6+h and 7'rh Period Shorlhand Class Cindy Sieber Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sliger Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' H. Smilh J. T. Smool'hie's fiffh period class Thomas M. Smifh Mr. and Mrs. John R. S'rei'lz Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Slewarl' Mrs. G. W. Slewarl Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sfride M. J. Slrohm and Son, Inc. I968-69 S+udenl Council Officers Sixlh Period Sfudy, 229 Julius-Elizabeih-Jim-Charmaine Telegdy Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Templer Roberi James Templer. Jr. BUSINESS PATRONS Old Mill Pei and Palio Corner Fox Chapel Plaza Paul's Aflanfic Sfalion l9O Freeporl Rd. Ulewicz Famil Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Y Richard H. Venl' Joseph R. Vogan James Wesl Mr. Wilson's 7'rh Period Hislory Class Mr. and Mrs. Audree Wirg John D. Winninghoff inis Dave Wirginis Ted Wirginis George Wise Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wriler's Semi Yakely Yaks Mr. and Mrs. Y-Teens Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Au Harold F. Wood C. William Woods W. Woods nar-7+h Period Donald F. Yannacci Frank P. Ziemkiewicz Harry Zimmer Alberl V. Zimmerman 'lo Spori' Accesories 767-4544 Vic's Barber Shop Brillianl' Ave. Plaza Shoe Service Fox Chapel Plaza Prince Beverages Blawnox Angelo Ruggeri's Barber Shop Blawnox Waln'u'l' Cleaning 8: Tailoring 5427 Walnul S+. 62l-7l74 Mr. and Mrs. Slanley Wafers 2I7 With Best Wishes to the Graduating Class HILL'S STUDIO 2I4 N. Highland Avenue PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA I5206 Good Luck to the Class of '68 from THE CLASS OF '68 Aber, Charles 124, 184 Aber, Linda 56 Abercrombie, Kathy 184, 81, 43 Abramovic, Rhonda 184, 44, 82, 47 - Abt, David 198, 87 Ackerman, David 184 Ahl, Barbara 108, 124, 125,9a,166 Akers, Barbara 108, 184, 193,52,56,104 Akers, Linda 124, 52, 56 Albacker, Lee 125, 58, 47 Alcom, Paul 184, 78, 89 Alechnewith, Joanne 184 Allen, Christine 198, 35 Allen, Gertrude 125, 42, 54,4s,173 Allen, Karen 198 Allen, Susan 184, 54, 47 Allmendinger, James 174 Alston, George 198 Amorose, Cecilia 198 Amorose, Joseph 198 Amsler, Sue 174, 99, 85, Baker, Karen 198 Baker, Kathleen 174, 97, 46,106 Baker, Linda 125, 104 Baker, Robert 198, 87 Baker, Robert L. 198, 87 Baker, Susan P. 174, 49 Baker, Susan R. 47 Baker, Walter 198, 87 Bancroft, Thomas 174 Bandi, William 124, 104 Banks, David 184 Baranowski, Lawrence 184 Baranowski, Sherry 174, 56 Barker, Douglas 124, 53 Bamett, Linda 184, 41 Barraclough, Andrea 198, 40 Barry, Eileen 124, 58 Barry, Nora 184, 41 Barry, Patricia 198, 41 Barth, Robert 61, 124, 166, 171 Basso, Gabriel 198 Bauer, Hemian 198 96, 106 Anderson, David 174 Anderson, James 125, 50, 77, 166 Anderson, Anderson, Joseph 198, 76 Linda 174 Andre, Charles 174 Boake, Claudia 174, 116, Andre, Jack 125 Andreaggi, Laura 198 Angelini, Nicholas 184, 77 Angstadt, Susan 184 Ansoff, Peter 198 Antczak, Donald 198 Arena, Ramona 198 Arlott, Barbara 174, 48 Armstrong, George 184, 44- Armstrong, Jeffrey 125, 91 Armstrong. Kathem 198 Armstrong, Richard 184 Armstrong, Sandy 198 Armstrong, Tom 61, 174, 106 Armstrong, William 184, 68, 53 Amdt, Gary 61, 184, 34 Amdt, Robert 198, 87 Amold, Alyce 184 Arturo, Doug 125 Arturo, Gary 198 Asturi, Gloria 174, 116 Austen, Bonnie 174, 48 Avetta, Christian 125, 78, 50, 43, 46, 166 Ayres, Russell 125, 114, 115, 42, 170 Babcock, Greg 87 Bainbridge, Bonnie 198 Baker, Debbie 184 Baker, Gail 198 Baker, Karan L. 174, 56, 43 Baugh, Jeffrey 184 Baugher, Tommy 174, 89 Baumgartel, Diana 174, 54 Baur, Gary 124 Baur, Val 184 Bayer, Raymond 174 Bayne, Dorin 184 Bazella, Marsha 184 Beal, Virginia 124, 52, 49, 85 Beal, William 61, 198, 34 Bechtold, John 184 Bechtold, Meloni 184 Beck, Eugene 65, 127, 50,41,166 Beck, George 174, 89 Beck, Kenneth 198 Beck, Paula 127, 56, Becker, Beverly 198 Becker, Eugene 64, 65, 108, 127, 50, 41, 77, 166 Becker. William 143, 106 Beckwith, Clair 127 Beegle, Patricia 127 Beeken, Alfred 174, 72, 50, 40, 92 Beeken. Laura 80, 81, 198, 53, 84 Behrend, Barbara 174, 56, 47 Behrend, Susan 198, 56 Beining, William 65, 174, 50, 77 Beitle, Bernadette 127, 104 Bell, Anna 184 Bell, Archie 126 Bell, Denise 198 Bell, John 126, 42, 51, 43, 48, 86, 166 Belotti, Caroly 184, 51, 45 Belotti, Joe 65, 126, 50, 41 Belsito, Daniel 198, 91 Index Bennardo, Carol 198 Bennett, Carolyn 81, 198 Bentzel, Kathryn 184 Bentzel, Mic-hael 198 Berardino, Robert 184, 68, 76 Beresky, Barbara 174, 41 Beresky, Rita 184 Berncic, Robert 126 Bernesser, Eugenia 126, 56, Besanceney, Bill 184, 68, 83 Besanceney, John 198 Besanceney, Mary 198, 51 Bier, Pamela 174, 44, 47 Biernesser, Carol 143, 174 Biery, James 198, 51 Biery, Veronica 174, 48 Bigler, Richard 198 Blakely, Bill 89, 91, 166, 127 Blakely, James 184, 71, 43, 40 Bobby, Andrew 198, 56, Blank, Barbara 198, 97 Blank, William 65, 174, 78, 106 Blashford, George 184, 56 Blashford, Karen 61, 126, 166 Blazek, William 184 Blevins, Brent 126 Blewett, Sherry 174 Bloomfield, Susan 184, 54, 49, 47 Bluemling, Edward 126 Bluemling, Thomas 127, 70, 50, 166 Blume, John 198, 35 Blume, Joseph 198, 59 Blumenfeld, Leslie 174, 54, 106 Blumer, Gretchen 185, 51 45, 49, 47 47 Bolton, Connie 198, 54, 47 Bolton, Faye 174, 111, 54, 40 Bonavoglia, Arthur 174, 58, 106 Bonner, Shirley 185 Boosinger, Diane 185, 51 Booth, Douglas 108, 198, 40, 87 Booth, Marily 127, 35, 47, 104 Borkowski, Bonnie Botta, Samuel 198, 87 Botula, Daniel 127 Bova, Anthony 185 Boyd, Elaine 174 Boyd, James 185, 79 Boyd, Kathem 198 Boyd, Madaline 128, 47 Boyd, Walter 79, 198 Boyer, John 128, 115 Bradburn, Kathlen 198 Bradburn, Pamela 174 Bradley, Barbara 174, 98,53,57,4a Bradshaw, William 174, 89, 91 Braine, Pamela 185 Brandner, David 198 Brasso, Susan 198 Brem, Keith 65, 128, 91, 166 Breva, Debora 175 Briggs, Laura 61, 198 Brinckloe, Robert 65, 175, 51 Brison, Barbara 198, 54, 84, 97 Brown, Carl 198, 87 Brown, Connel 198 Brown, Daniel 198 Brown, Gayle 128, 55 Brown, Gordon 79, 198 Brown, Jo 185, 79, 71, 51, 54 ' Brozek, Raymond 61, 185, 89, 90 Brucker, Daryl 198 Brucker, Karen 198 Bruemmer, Janet 198, 43 Bruno, Barbara 175, 56, 91 Bryan, Carol 128, 41 Bubas, Joseph 185 Bucha, Eleanor 54 Buckey, Edward 92 Budarz, Gwendolyn 175, 53 Budzak, Kathleen 128, 42,4o,4a,47 Buffington, Christopher 128, 56, 58, 166 Burdakin, John 185, 79, 50 Burdick, Joyce 175, 81 Burgi, David 175 Burke, Steve 175 Burns, Gregory 185 Burns, Mary 129, 57, 47 Burns, Robert H. 129 Burns, Robert H. 185, 68, 89 Burton, Ferne 175, 48 Gable, Norman 175, 91 Cabonor, Eugene 129 Cabonor, Regis 175, 69 Cabonor, Robert 198 Cahill, Thomas 129 Caldwell, Kendra 61, 198, 84 Callahan, Karen 129, 52, 57, 46 Camp, Carol 175, 57 Campbell, Debra 175, 53, 54, 55, 82, 48, 47 Cannon, Christine 185 Caprino, Linda 198 Cardyn, Andrew 185 Cardyn, Thomas 198 Carraux, Guy 175 Carrubba, Catherine 185, 115, 54, 40 Carson, Geraldine 198 Carson, J ohna 128, 41 Carter, Linda 128, 185, 57 Carter, Randy 185 Carter, Sheila 80, 166 Casile, Greg 198, 55 Casile, Linda 128 Casper, Frank 185, 93 Casper, Mary 129, 52, 96 104, 166 Cassidy, James 185 Catley, Bethany 198, 40 Caton, Jane 198 Cawley, Eugene 185 Caye, Corinne 198, 54 Celender, Linda 185 Celo, Gary 198 Celo, Monty 129, 59 Celo, Robert 185 Cesnick, Andrew 198 Chalmers, Raymond 185 Ch4a5mbers, Sidney 129, Chermely, Susan 130, 42, 44,171 Chermely, Thomas 198 Chieffo, Gerald 198 ChopskL Rha 130,56 Chorle, Lynne 185, 45, 57 Chorle, Mary 175 Christy, Frank 60, 185, 71, 83, 93 Church, Anna 198 Chhrch, Kathy 185, 81, Church, Mary Pat 175, 85, 96 Cincione, Denise 185 Ciocca, Cynthia 185, 51 Ciorra, Kathleen 175, 54 Clark, Kathleen 185, 99, 4 Clark, Linda 185 Clark, Steven 198 Claus, Candice 185, 47 Claus, Richard 130 Clzypoole, Cynthia 185, Clemente, Jamie 198 Clokey, George 186, 68 Clouise, Dirk 186, 35 Clouse, Jann 131, 80, 166, 171 Cober, Sandra 186, 187, 81, 84 Cochran, Benedict 186 Cochran, Daniel 198, 59 Cochrun, Lynn 186, 54, 41 Coco, Linda 198 Cocoros, Debora 175, 99, 51, 96, 47 Coggin, Douglas 131, 72, 166 Coholich, Sandra' 175, 54 Colcombe, Shelley, 131 Cole, Gary 130, 58, 47 Cole, Jeffrey Cole, Rodman 186 Coleman, James 175, 43 Coleman, Virginia 186, 51, 84, 97 Colowit, Peter 186 Conlee, Thomas 175, 54 2l9 Conner, Madelene 175, 4-4, 84 Contento, Stephen 61, 175, 89 Cook, Cecilia 130, 58 Cook, David 130, 72, 69, 43,4O,91,166 c66k,Debra.A. 186,52 84,96 Cook, Deborah J. 175, 47 Cook, Michael 186, 93 Cook, Raymond 186 Cordisco, David 130, 50, 94, 104, 105, 166 Cordisco, Mary 186, 45 Cordisco, Valeri 175, 57 Comell, Robert 175 Cognman, Maura 175, 54, 5 Cornman, Scott 198, 91 Corr, Patric 175 Cosgrove, Sheila 186, 52, 84,97 Cosgrove, William 79, 198 Costanzo, Camien 186 Costanzo, Tina 131, 104 Cowles, Shelley 175, 54, 55, 85 Cox, Victor 131, 144, 104,105 Craig, Tom 65, 131, 50, 166 Cramer, Cathy 198 Cramer, Robin 131, 96, 47, 104, 166 Cramer, Thomas 186, 77 Crandon, David 186, 79, 34 Crate, Judy 198 Crate, Robert 131, 70, 166 Creighton, Nancy 198, 43 Cricks, Kenneth 176, 51 Cricks, Timothy! 198 g Crooks, Beverly 198 Crooks, Linda 56 Crzgks, Robert 131, 176, Cross, Deborah 186, 81, 84 Cunningham, Richard 186, 51 Cupcheck, Stephen 61, 186,89 Cupps, Jeanne 131 Curry, Chris 198, 55 Czartorski, Rosalie 186, 53 Dahlem, Catherine 176, 57, 44, 40, 96, 47 Dahlem, Frank 186, 40 Daly, Brooke 61, 199 D'Amic0, Cynthia 199, 57 D'Amico, Debora 133, 56, 46, 47 Davis, Daniel 176, 45 Davis, David J. 133 Davis, David W. 65, 176, 51, 89 Davis, James 199 Davis, Janice 186, 47 220 Dean, Marjory 133, 40 Dean, Timothy 61, 199, 44 Debaldo, Orlando 176 De Blasio, Virgin 133, 35, 57, 56 De Camp, William 176 Dellert, Gwen 199 Delletro, Edward 133, 58 Delletro, Nancy Deluca, Donna 199 Deluca, Joseph 176 Dembowski, Eric 186 Desimone, Austin 186 Destout, James! 186, 71 Dethomas, Thomas 199 Devore, Jeffrey 108, 133, 115, 42, 43, 40, 48, 173 Devore, Pat 199, 87 Diamond, Joanne 133 54, 47, 104 Dicaprio, Alexander 186 Dicaprio, Raymon 176 Diebold,CHayton 6l,186, 34 Diehm, Deborah 186, 45, 57 Diemidio, Donald 68 Diethrich, Paul 143, 176, 106 Diethrich, Ruth 176, 44 Dietrich, David 94 Dimmick, Charles 176 Dimmick, Gary 199 Dineen, Margaret 132, 40, 96, 47, 166 Dineen, Patricia 199 Dinger, Regis 176, 94 Dismukes, Margaret 199, 40 Dismukes, Sarah 199 Ditommaso, John 132 Divittorio, Janet 132, 199, 56 Divittorio, Joan 53 Dobratz, Dan 132, 70, 115, 42, 50, 43, 46, 166, 173 Doerfler, F. 61, 199 Dolan, Richard 199, 87 Dolhi, Donald 176, 89 Dolhi, James 94 Dolhi, Robert 199 Dombroski, Deborah 199 Donaldson, Anne 199, 35 84 Donaldson, Susan 176, 82, 85 Donatelli, Paul 176 Dorn, Janet 186, 99, 52, 84,97 Dorn,JHl 125,l33,98 52,40,96,166 Douglass, David 61, 176 Doyle, William 176 Draper, Ann 176, 85 Drombosky, John 199 Drgmbosky, Robert 176, 6 Dudek, Joyce 186 Duff, Elizabeth 176, 116, 54, 55, 40, 47 Duffy, Denis 176 Duffy, Lisa 132 Duncan, Diane 186, 41 Duncan, Edith 131, 96, 47, 167 Dunkin, Keith 61, 186 Dunkin, Ralph 131, 58, 94, 47, 167 Dunkle, Darlene 176 Dunkle, David 133 Dunn, Elaine 186 Duren, Larkin 199 Duryea, Gary 186, 71 Duryea, Tony 176, 71 Dziekiewicz, Denise 133 Dzubinski, Gregory 186 Dzubinski, Monica 56 Dzvonick, Robert 186, 68 Eakins, Richard 176, 78, 43,48 Eberhart, Shirley 61, 133, 49, 167 Eck, Deborah 199, 84 Ecker, Charles 199 Eckert, Bonnie 186, 82 Eckler, Norman 187, 51 Edelman, Barbara 187, 99, 51, 52, 84, 97 Edgar, Thomas 199 Edwards, William 134, 58,47,167 Egan, Norma 134, 56 Eisele, Sheryl 176 Ellen, Lynn 176 Ellena, Karen 199 Elliott, John 186, 71, 89 Elliott, Victor 176, 77, 106 Ellis, Jeffry 199, 79, 50 Ellis, Kathleen 199 Ellstrom, Allan 61, 176, 34, 55 Elrick, Robert 187 Elwood, Karen 176 Emery, Kate 186, 97, 47 Emrick, James 65, 176 Engelhart, Amy 199, 54, 49 English, Stephen 61, 199 Eninger, Evelyn 134, 42, 46, 104, 1050172 Enterline, Charlotta 135, 35, 57 Enterline, Charles 187 Entwisle, Elizabeth 187, 51, 54, 45, 47 Entwisle, Stevan 199 Erceg, Jeanne 176, 45, 57 Erdner, Kathryn 135 Ericson, Enid 199 Ernsberger, Daniel 176, 177, 56, 59 Esposito, Anthony 187 Esser, Thomas 68 Euwer, James 187, 78, 68 Euwer, Rodney 176, 78 Evgfash, Timothy 187, Evans, Ann 199 Evans, Arlene 135, 56 Evans, James 61, 176 Evans, Linda 134, 57, 49, 46 Evans, Marie 61, 135, 34, 42,54,167 Evans, Priscilla 187, 51, 40,47 Evert, Janet 176, 57 Evert, Katherine 187 Fairweather, Lenny 176, 58 Fairweather, Randy 143, 176 Farmerie, Albert 135 Farmerie, Wendy 199, 41 Farren, Judy 54, 55, 40 Farren, Nancy 135, 80, 40, 46, 167 Fasone, Joanne 176, 57 Fasone, Nanette 199 Fay, Joseph 199, 53 Fenton, Robert 61, 199, 69,34 Fenton, William 135 Ferraro, Dolores 57 Ferraro, Rachelle 199 Ferrone, Crisey 176, 98, 52,47,106 Ferrone, Heather 176 Fetterman, John 187 Fetzer, Nancy 176 Fichter, Richard 187 Fink, David 199 Fink, Maxine 135, 56 Finke, Ruth 134 Fisohbach, Charles 176 Fischbach, Harry 134 Fizherkeller, Alan 199, Fischerkeller, Mary 134, 56, 47 Fiske, Jane 199 Fitzpatrick, Elaine 176, 116,44,46,47 Flaherty, Michael 199, 87 Fleming, Judy 176, 57 Fleming, Thomas 199, 87 Flick, MaryAnne 134, 41 Flint, Jonathan 187, 71, 48, 49, 86 Flint, Sally 199, 52, 82 Flippen, Melinda 187, 51 Fornof, Robert 61, 199, 53 Foster, Abraham 134, 4-0 Foster, Bonnie 187, 99 Foster, Robert 61, 176 , Fox, Joyce 176 Francioni, Charles 176, Francioni, Louis 199, 43 Franz, Comel 199 Frauenheim, Gilbert 134, 72, 167 Freeman, Elsie 199 Freidhof, Cynthia 176 Fridhof, Evelyn 136, 56, Freidhof, Joanne 176,41 Frey, Genevieve 136, 56 Frey, Mary 187 Frey, William 199 Friday, Mary 187 Fritch, Louis 187 Frollini, David 187 Frollini, Dominic 176 Fuchik, Billie 199 Fuhrer, Kathryn 199, 98 Fuller, Elizabeth 176, 54 Fullman, Craig 199, 53, 87 Fulton, Anne 187, 81 Fulton, Jane 136, 54, 57, 44, 47 Fulton,'John 176, 43 Funk, Deborah 187 Funk, Robert .199 Gaisford, Cynthia 136, 47, 104 Galanda, Edward 187, 68 Gallagher, Jeffrey 199, 79 Gallagher, Patricia 199, 87 Gallo, Francis 187 Gammon, Julian 177 Gannon, Richard 136, 72, 73, 167 Gardlock, Robert 199 Gardner, Anne 187 Gardner, Walt 177 Gardner, Timothy 136 Garofolo, Mary 60, 199 Gagvey, Loretta 177, 80, 3 Gass, Catharine 187 Gassaway, Michael 199, 53 Geltner, Danita 187, 84 George, Richard 137, 51 Gerdes, Jane 187, 47 Giacobine, Patricia 137, 104 Giannetta, Edward 137 Gibson, Pamela 137, 51, 85,167 Gilbert, Douglas 185, 187, 72, 73, 71, 43, 40 Gilberti, Nancy 199 Gillen, Eric 177 Gillner, Linda 187, 41 Glassburn, Ellen 137, 47, 104, 105 Glasson, Douglas 61, 137, 89, 91, 167 Goberish, Donna 187 Goetz, Suzanne 177, 57 Golightly, Carol 187, 41, 47 7 Golubic, Douglas 188, 93 Golubic, Karen 177 Golubic, Nancy 199 Goodrich, Richard 188, 71 Gormley, Jamie 199 Gormley, Marilyn 188 Gottshall, Deborah 60, 186,42,52,54,46,167 Gottshall, Sheryl 61, 188 Gow, Pamela 177, 40 Gow, Sharon 136, 40, 47, 167 Graff, Susan 188, 52, 41 Graham, Robin 199 Granger, Gail 188 Gray, Kenneth '199 Grazioli, Ellen 188, 53, 4-4 Greco, Donna 199, 54, 45, 82 Green, Rdbert 137, 69, 167 Green, Stephen 188 Gregg, Ellen 188, 49 Gregg, Sara 137, 171 Gregory, Christine 188 Greybeck, Robert 137, 48,104 Griffith, James 177 Grindle, Bonnie 138, 98, 110, 42, 52, 54, 40, 85, 96,167 Groomes, Kim 138 Grosky, Dennis 177, 94 Gross, Leslie 188, 99, 52, 97 Holden, James 189 Happel, Lindsay 42, 52, Gross, Patty 188 Grover, Edward 199, 58 Grzandziel, John 188 Grzandziel, Judith 199 Guardiani, David 177, 78 Guardino, Daniel 188, 43 Guardino, Donna 139 Guardino, James 139 Guardino, Thomas 199, 87 Guch, Deborah 188, 54, 82 Guch, George 177, 92 Gumbert, Marcia 177, 57 Gumto, Elaine 188, 41, 58 Gunkle, Cynthia 177, 53 Guterl, Barbara 188, 84 Guterl, William 35 Guthrie, Donald 188, 68 Guthrie, Ronald 188, 68 Guzy, Jeffrey 177 Guzy, Robert 188 Guzzie, Kenneth 177 Habay, James 199 Haberman, Patric 65, 139, 167 Hahn, Frank 188 Hajenich, Joseph 188 Hajenich, Mary 188 Hajenick, Ruth 199 Haley, Terry 177 Hall, Cynthia 199 Hall, Richard 60, 138, 34, 51, 104, 105, 167 Haller, Diane 177, 57 Hamilton, David 188, 71 Hamilton, Jane 138, 47 Hamilton, Stephen 188, 53 Hampton, Donald 138, 172 Handzlik, William 188, 91 Hankosky, Carol 138, 44, 47 Hanlin, Beverly 138, 53 Hanlin, Dale 188 Hanlin, William 199 Hanlon, Margaret 188 Hanna, Cass 177, 96 Hanna, Dwight R. 199, 53 40, 85, 96, 167 Happel, Megan 188, 51 Hardy, Dennis 64, 65, 139, 50, 41, 89, 167 Harr, George 188 Harrison, Stephen 199, 87 Harrity, Dehora 188 Harslem, Bradley 188 Harslem, Daniel 199, 58 Hart, Margaret 177, 116 Hartman, Deborah 61, 199 Hartman, Douglas 188 Harvanek, Darlene 199, 40 Hasley, Ronald Hassett, Holly 199, 51 Hauge, Jon 199, 54, 87 Hauge, Mark 61, 188, 51 Haupl, Kerry 188, 93 Haus, Sue 189 Hazen, Jeanne 139 Hazen, Paul 199 Hecliman, Wayne 189 Hegarty, Gail 139, 42, 40, 96, 47, 104, 167 Heide, Debra 199 Heigley, Robert 177 Heintzinger, Emil 139 Heintzinger, Thomas 189 Heisel, Kenneth 189 Heister, Robert 199, 44 Hempel, Donna 199, 43 Hempel, Linda 177 Henderson, Rebecca 177, 54 Heneroty, Michael 189, 49 Henn, Andrew 199 Hennessey, Judith 189, 84, 97 Henrici, Sarah 199 Hepburn, John 189 Herman, Janet 177 Hermes, Nancy 177, 57, 46 Hernon, Pamela 199 Herstek, Donald 199 Herstek, Gerald 94 Herstek, Ronald 199 Hertweck, Joseph 199 Hertweck, Susan 139, 80, 51, 167 Hertweck, Thomas 200 Hertz, Michael 61, 177, 76, 106 Hicks, Shelley 200 Hill, John E. 189, 44, 40 Hill, John M. 189, 68, 83 Hill, Laura 200, 51 Hixenbaugh, Charles 189, 51 Hlasnick, Sandra 189 Hock, Carol 56, 140 Hodill, Philip 189, 68 Hofer, Janice 56, 57, 46, 47, 140 Hofer, Martha 57, 96, 46, 140, 167, 172 Hofer, Robert 61, 200 Hofer, William 189 Hoffman, Kathleen 200, 40 Holden, Russel 141 Hofelder, Frank 200 Holmes, Bobbie 189 Holmes, John 200, 87 Hoogerhyde, David 189, 34 . Hoogerhyde, Philip 61, 44, 141, 167 Hoover, Jamie 91, 141, 167 Horne, Eric 189, 78, 68, 43, 86 Horvat, James 200 Horvat, Rosemary 56, 140 Hosack, Gerald 189 Hosack, Kenneth 177 Hoskins, Patricia 98, 40, 47, 104-, 141, 167 Hoskins, Robert 189, 68 Houggy, Margaret 60, 177 Huff, Fred 189, 51, 89 Hufnagle, Douglas 177, 94 Hufnagle, Gregory 189, 56 Hufnagle, Karl 42, 56, 141, 173 Hughes, William 189 Hughs, Susan 141 Hulker, William 200 Humbertson, Donald 65, 177, 50, 43, 45, 40, 88, 89 Humes, James 189 Hundley, Cheryl 41, 141 Hutchinson, Scott 50, 43, 77, 86, 91, 140, 167 Huveldt, Donna 51, 140, 171 Huveldt, Pamela 200 Huveldt, Patric 189 Ickert, Debra 200 Idler, Ellen 189, 54 Idzakovich, Edward 200 Idzakocich, Susan 177, 48 Indovina, Phillip 177, 56 Irvin, Cecil 72, 73, 40, 140 Irvin, Keith 177, 168 Iurlano, Dennis 140 Ivill, George 189 Jablonski, Alan 200 J ablonski, John 177 Jackson, Geoffry 61, 200 Jackson, Janice 190 Jacoby, Ban'y 190 Jakovac, Billy 177, 72, 44 James, Michael 190 J ankowski, Judy 140 Jaros, Diane 190 Jeckovich, Gary 200 Jeffrey, Anthony 200 Jeffrey, Francis 143, 140 Jeffrey, Louise J endrasik, Alfred 177 J endrasik, Michael 142 Johnston, Robert 190, 57, 83 Jones, Catherine 200 Jones, Jay 200 Jones, Jeff 177, 50, 91, 106 Jones , Kathleen 200 Jones, Margaret 190 Jones, Margie 142, 42, 44-, 48, 46, 47, 172 Jones Paula 200 Jones: Robert E. 190 Jones, Jones, Jones, Robert J. 190, 56 Scott 200, 40 William 200 J onnet, Glenn 190, 69, 88, 89 Joseph, Michael 190, 68 Joyce, Patricia 65, 142, 50, 41, 168 J urewicz, Mary 200, 49 Kahler, Barbara 190 Kalka, James 177 l Kaltenborn, Kent 60, 178 Kamenzind, Kevin 61, 190 Kaminski, Carol 178, 81, 54 Kaplan, Gordon 142, 115, 42, 49, 46, 171 Kapp, John 143 Kapp, Wallace 79, 200 Karcher, Bonnie 190 Kastelic, Darlene 143 Kastelic, Dean Keating, Dale 143 Kelly, William 200, 87 Kennedy, David 190 Kennedy, Kenneth 143 Kennedy, Susan 143, 48, 47 Kepple, Howard Kessler, Dennis 190 Kessler, Elaine 200 Kielty, Janice 200, 53 Kiley, Linda 178 Killian, Kathleen 200 Killinger, Camille 200, 52 Kirin, Bruce 200, 87 Klauscher, Anthony 65, 142, 78, 42, 50, 40, 48, Jendrasik, Robert 200 Jenkins, David 177 Jesiolowski, Ronald 190 Joerger, Darlene 200, 56 J oerger, Janet 142, 40, 168 85, 47, Johnson, Carl 142 Johnson, Charles 142 Johnson, Dana 200, 51, 44 Johnson, David 177, 56, 91 Johnson, Lee 177, 53, 46, 47 Johnson, Linda 190 Johnson, Mary 177, 52, 96, 47 Johnson 51,4d Randal 190, 68, 93 Johnston, Ralph 177 93, 168 Klauscher, Robert 200, 44, 87, 47 Kleeb, Robert 61, 200, 34, 59 Kleeb, Thomas 175, 178, 43 Klein, William 200 Kleiner, Dale 200 Kleinfelder, Dale 178 Klocek, Linda 190 Klocek, Lois 142, 56 Klous, Judy 81, 200 Klug, Alan 60, 190 Knapp, David 61, 200, 34 Knobil, Mark 190, 53, 45, 58, 47 Knox, Billy 178, 70, 94, 95 Knox, David 142, 42, 43, 172 Knox, Donna 190, 44, 97, 47 Koch, Robert 190, 71 Kolehmainen, Mary 200 Kolka, Brian 143, 47 Kondrit, Holly 190, 57 Kondrit, Kerry 143 Konrad, Edward 59 Konrad, Susan 54 Koppel, Patric 143, 42, 59, 170 Kosheba, David 190 Kotchey, Susan 200 Kotlinski, Kenneth 145 Kozera, Louise 200 Kozora, Carol 190 Kozora, Christine 200 Kramer, Wayne 190, 68 Kratochvila, Klem 190 Krause, Sally 60, 145, 80 168 Kravits, Christopher 190 Kravits, Matthew 178 Krieg, James 190, 35 Kristofic, Sandra 145, 42, 49, 170 Kriston, Louis 190 Kromer, Megan 200, 44 Krouse, John 61, 200, 47 Kruger, Helen 190 Krummert, Deborah 201 Kuchinick, Nick 178, 58, 94 Kuczynski, Ted Kunkle, James 190, 68, 93 Kurkiewicz, Karen 178, 57 Kurkiewicz, Mariane 201 Kurtz, Karen 201 Kurtz, Robert 145 Kwiatkowski, Diane 145, 56 Kwiatkowski, Edward 201, 59 Labriola, Camille 177, 178 Ladley, Barbara 201, 84 Ladley, Thomas 65, 178, 78, 50, 106 Lamberson, Paul 58, 47 Lance, Maryanne 144, 47,104 Laney, Carolyn 201, 51, 54, 4-4- Laney, Steven 65, 190 Lang, Cheryl 143, 144 Lang, Nancy 201 Large, Joseph 144, 70, 50, 168 Lauer, Joseph 144 Lauschus, Albert 178 Lauschus, Lewis 201 Lauterbach, Linda 190 Lavia, Ronald 190, 68 Law, Colleen 201 Law, Darleen 201 Law,Gary 143,178 Law, Jacinta 145 Lawrence, Caroline 201, 53 Leadbetter, Susan 96 Lebo, Charles 178, 106 Lebo, Roy 178 22l McKamish, Darlene 179 ,. ,, Lederer, James 61, 201 Ledonne, Gregory 201 Ledonne, Peter 191, 79, 56 Lee, Karen 178, 43 Lee, Marsha 191 Leech, Sharon 178, 116, 46,47 Legath, Mary 201, 40, 49, 47 Lenhart, Donna 178 Leo, Richard 191 Leonard, Kathleen 178 Leonardi, William 191, 58 Lesic, Timonty 14-4 Lessman, Craig 201, 87 Letters, Patricia 201 Letters, Robert 144 Lewis, George 144, 104 Lewis, Marcel 145 Ley, Barbara 191 Leya, Kathy 145 Leya, Sandra 201 Leya, Shirley 178, 41 Leya, Wayne 191 Liberatore, James 68 Linhart, Elizabeth 191, 51,52,82,84,97 Linhart, Jill 191, 82, 40 Linhart, Randy 65, 178 Link, James 145, 70, 94, 104,105,168 Lippert, Gill 61, 146, 34, 168 Lippert, Lyla 146, 80, 168 Lisowski, Cynthia 146, 56 Lisowski, John 201, 93 List, George 201, 59 Lobaugh, Clyde 61, 191, 34, 55 Loeser, Lawrence 191, 83 Loftus, Deirdr 201, 51 Lohus,John 147,57 Loftus, Pete 191 Logan, Patricia 191 Lombardi, David 201 Lombardi, James 147, 42, 50, 40, 77, 168 - Lombardi, Jean 81, 201, 53 Lombardi, Tom 191, 68, 93 Longabaugh, Edward 191,78,50 Longabaugh, Richard 175, 178, 78, 50, 43, 40 Lowry, Thomas 191 Lucas, Keith 191 Ludwig, James 178, 70, 50,43,40,92 Ludwig, Linda- 147, 51, 57, 41 Luft, Clifford 191 Lukee, Mary Anne 61, 178, 34, 54, 4-5 . Q Lundberg, David 179, 45 Lutty, Janet 191 Lutz, David 191, 89 Lutz, Mary 179 Lydick, Martha 191, 51 Lyle, Stephen 146, 50, 43,89,91,168 Lyons, Marsha 201 Lyons, Mary 201 222 MacBride, Michael 179 MacDonald, Carol 54 Maguire, Lynn 146, 114, 115,170 Maguire, Margaret 201 Mahaffey, Jacqueline 146, 98, 47, 104, 105, 168 Maher, Jack 191 Maholic, Ronald 191 Maiello, Donna 179, 51, 52, 53, 82, 85 Maiorana, David 65, 179, 50, 51 Maiorana, Richard 201, 87 Malec, Martha 179 Malec, Robert 68 Malek, Barbara 201 Malek, Christine 146, 1 Malek, Virginia 191 Malic, William 146 Maloney, Carol 179 Maloney, David 60, 147 Mandich, Dorothy 191 Manning, Mary 179 Mansmann, Jay 191, 71, 56 Mansmann, Margaret 191,201 Marchese, George 191 Marchese, Marianne 81, 201 Marchese, Vincent 179 Marion, Marie 191 Markert, Helen 179 Markle, Charles 191 Markle, Christine 191 Markle, Patricia 201, 84, 97 Marshall, Bob 65, 147, 68, 50, 43, 168 Marshall, David 191, 71, 86 Marshall, Marty 191, 78, 79 Marshall, Matthew 147, 69,51,89,168 Marshall, William 191 Marsico, Donna 147 Marsico, Ronnie 147 Mfggin, Richard 61, 179, Martin, Sharon 191, 51 Martineck, Emily 147, 56 Martineck, Rudolph 65, 179, 43 Marzolf, Gregory 201 Marzolf, Susan 179, 98, 53 Masci, Louise Mason, James 50, 89, 106 Mason, Jeffrey 65, 147, 168 Massimino, Barbara 148 Massimino, Bobby 179, 58 Masslon, Joel 191 Mateusiak, Eileen 61, 57, 148, 168 Mateusiak, Stanley 191, 69, 89 Matthews, Donna 179, 41 Matthews, Rachelle 191 Mawhinney, Patricia 80, 41 May, David 191, 79, 93 May, Nancy 179 May, Robert 61, 201 May, William 179 Mayer, Frederick 61, 201 Mazzotta, Domininic 192 McBriar, John 179 McCague, Edward 65, 179, 51, 94 McCarthy, Mary 148 McCauley, John 201 McClafferty, Ralph 192 McClellan, Heidi 179, 53,49 MgClellan, Maurice 192, 3 McClelland, Mary 179, 80 McCluan, Donald 58, 59, 149 McCorkle, Mark 79, 201 McCormick, Ann 179, 116,52,53,44,96,47, 106 McCormick, Diane 201 McCormick, John 58, 76 McCormick, Robert 192, 73,68,94 McCoy, Mary 35, 57, 47, 149 McCoy, Steven 201, 87 McCrady, Andrea 201, 49 McCullough, Gregory 143 McCully, Virginia 179, 81, 41 McCune, Helen 179, 53, , 96, 47 McCutcheon, Constance 201,35,98,40 McCutcheon, Robert 179, 78, 50, 40 McDernott, Kathleen 149 McDonald, Clark 61, 179,34,54,55,106 McDowell, Marjorie 149 McFarland, Mary 192, 55,57,84,97 McGean, Kathleen 179, 54, 55 Mclntyre, Cathy 42, 40, 47,148 Mclntyre, Karen 179, 35, 51, 54 Mclntyre, William 61, 201 McKamish, David 192, 68, 40 McKay, Jacqueline 179 McKay, Thomas 192 McKee, Ailsa 192 McKee, Kenneth 149 McKelvy, William 201 McKenna, Timothy 79, 201, 87 McKinney, Bruce 192, 89, 91 McLaughlin, Harry 179, 50 ' McLaughlin, James 149 McMaster, John 201 McMillen, Deborah 201, 52 McMillen, Wayne 192, 71 McRandal, Hugh 192 MoTighe, Ann 201 McTighe, James 201, 87, 93 McTig he,Patnc 55,50, 41,94,149,168 Megrenne, Joseph 149 Meinert, Bernard 179, 88, 89 Meinert, Dennis 192 Meinert, Mary 201 Meinert, Nancy 192, 53 Melle, Carl 148 Mellgard, Catherine 201 Mellon, Charlie 148 Menzel, David 148 Mertens, David 148 Mertens, William 192, 47 Mtggz, Virginia 192, 56, Meyer, Meyer, Anne 192,41 Gretchen 201 Meyers, Cindy 40, 148 Meyers, David 192 Meyers, Michael 192, 34, 43,40 Miygnard, Ernest 179, 34, Meynard, Loulie 81, 201 Michaelis, Richard 148 Michalowski, Audrey 192 Michelotti, Bruce 179, 51 Middleton, Thomas 55, 45, 47, 104, 151 Midock, Gary 180, 70, 50,94 Mikulla, Dennis 192 Mikulla, Donna 56, 151 Milan, Michael 201, 87 Milan, Robert 64, 65, 109,50,41,151,168 14uby,c3au 192,54 Milby, Ginny 42, 104, 151,170 Miller, Alice 192 Miller, Carol 201, 51, 44 Miller, Clifford 61, 201, 34 haulea David 192,77,8f Miller, Deborah 61, 180 Miller, Donna 201 Miller, Elisabeth 54, 55, 47, 151 Miner, Gary 180,94 Miller, Janet 201 Miller, Miller, Kehh 193,79,58 Leslie 193 h4iHer,Iindsay .A. 151 hddlep Idndsay s. 42, 49, 104, 150 Miller, Richard 201, 87 Miller, Ronnie 143, 180, 87, 94 Miller, Sandra 192 Miller, Suzanne 61, 201 Milleville, John 193, 43 Miros, James 193 Miros, Robert 201 Mishler, David 180 Mishler, Patricia 201 Misicko, David 150 Mitchell, Craig 193 Mock, Geoffry 180 Mockenhaupt, Chrystal 193, 99, 115, 54, 45 Mockler, Edwin 201, 87 Moler, Frederick 180 Monsour, Jane 54, 4-7, 104, 105, 150 Monteverde, Patricia 201, 84 Montville, Paul 104, 150 Montville, Vicki 193, 53, 84 Moreno, Mauricio 112, 48,86,150,168 Morgan, William 151 Morian, Francis 150 Morrison, Mike 193 Morrow, Dorothy 61, 193, 81, 53, 84 Morrow, Duane 61, 150, 168 Morrow, Dwight 201 Morrow, John 193, 89 Morrow, Victoria 150 Mowry, Jane 151, 173 Mowry, Kathy 180 Moyes, Sherry 193 Moyes, Shirley 201 Mugridge, Nancy 151 Mullen, Barbara 193, 97 Muller, Valerie 151 Munsell, Leslie 193 Murdaugh, Sara 180, 40, 47 Murphy, Maryle 152 Murray, Edward 193, 71 Murray, Ellen 193, 41 Murray, Richard 201 Musgrave, Bill 50, 48, 104, 152 Myers, Charles 180, 42 Myers, Dennis 193 Myers, John 201 - Myers, Marilyn 180 Nagg, Carlene 152 N augle, Gretchen 54, 57, 47, 104, 105, 152, 163 Naugle, Richard 77, 152 Neff, Forrest 180 Newcamp, Suzanne 152 Newell, Frederick 193, 50 Newell, Nancy 180 Newell, Stephen 58 Newell, Tom 78, 201 Newton, Bradford 201 Nichols, Dale 180 Nicklas, Jay 180 Nicolazza, Joanne 180, 54, 55 N iebel, Diane 193 Niebel, Judy 152 - Niemiec, Frank 201 Niles, Rebecca 193, 51 Noone, James 153 Noone, Margaret 143, 53, 84 Noro, Diane 193 Novak, Cornel 201, 45, 97 N ovakoski, William 45, 153 N ovokoski, Theresa 180 Nowak, Kenneth 193, 93 Oblinger, Duane 60, 201 Oblinger, Russel 60 Obradovich, Debbie 201, 98 Odell, Christine 61, 193, 34 Olen, Charles 201 Olson, David 201 Olzewski, Daniel 193 0'Ma1ley, Kevin 153, 168 Onesi, Bonnie 60, 42, 49, 153,168 - Orr, Raymond 180, 71, 44, 48 Osborne, Stephen 193, 51 Osbourne, Margaret 201 0'Toole, Kathleen 201 O'Toole, Mary 201 O'Toole, Michael 193, 68,93 Pajerski, Christine 193 Palivoda, Marsha 193 Palmer, Andy 61, 43, 153, 168 Palmer, Charles 193 Palmer, Linda 61, 201, 48, 152, 168 Panza, Raymond 72, 43, 152, 168 Papa, Roberta 193 Parker, Linda 180 Parks, Deborah 201, 49 Parks, Susan 201 Patsko, Linda 201 Patterson, Gail 180, 41 Patterson, Harry 193 Patterson, Sally 180, 56, 57 Patulski, Mark 180, 43 Patulski, Mathew 180, 43, 106 Pauli, Chris 201, 87 Paulovich, Paul 201 Pavlik, Christine 180, 80, 57, 47 Peery, Bruce 193, 56 Pegnetter, Elizabeth 180 Peiritsch, Alma 201, 56 Pelc, Marilyn 180, 56, 57 Pelc, Sharon 54, 85, 152, 168 Pendock, Sally 201, 97 Pentarek, Matthew 201, 87 Perkins, Abbie 201 Perrine, John 61, 201 Pettigrew, Laurie 201 Pettigrew, Sharon 153 Petty, Gail 201 Pfeiffer, Jacqueline 193 Pfirrman, Donald 180 Phillips, Carol 46, 153 Phillips, Robert 193 Phillips, Virginia 180, 49, 46 Piasecki, John 194 Piatkowski, Nancy 202 Picard, Joseph 194, 68, 89 Picard, Polly 48, 47, 104, 153 Piccardo, Charles 202 Piccardo, Mike 194, 71, 51, 76 Pickel, Marian 194, 41 Pickel, Robert 180, 70 Pieper, James 154 Pieper, Richard 61, 194, 34 Pietrzak, Eileen 202 Pilarski, Paul 194 Pisano, Louis 180 Pisano, Mark 202 Pisarcik, Arlene 54, 154 Pisarcik, Richard 180 Pizzuto, Charles 194 Platt, Harry 202 Plummer, Susan 202 Poland, Nancy 180, 49 Porter, William 202 Pott, Richard 72, 48, 49, 47, 104, 153, 168 Potter, Janice 202 Pottmeyer, Judith 202 Powell, Elizabeth 61, 185, 194, 34, 54, 40 Powell, Martin 108, 78, 117, 42, 50, 43, 40, 92, 155, 168 Powers, L. Rae 180 Powers, Tom 155 Pracht, Mary 194, 81 Praniewicz, Carol 41 Prato, Piera 115, 116, 42, 48, 49, 155, 173 Preston, Kenneth 180 Preston, Ronald 202 Procopio, Peter 180, 69, 43, 76, 106 Prosky, Dana 202 Prosky, Keith 180 Provan, Joanne 202 Pruett, James 202 Przytulski, Edward 194 Puntereri, Mark 180, 76 Purcupile, Becky 180 Putze, Dennis 154 Quay, Raymond 79, 50 Quick, Barry 79, 202 Rachiele, Arlene 180 Radcliffe, Deborah 194 Rafalski, Karen 194 Rall, Richard 180, 78, 44 Ramsey, Robert 202 Ranii, David 194, 93 Ranii, Joseph 194, 68, 77, 93 Rapetti, Edward 202, 57, 40 Rapp, Patricia 202 Ratay, Janet 61, 202, 34 Ratay, Maraleen 154 Ratway, Gary 194, 89, 90 Ratway, Michael 108, 175, 181, 69, 43, 40, 89 Raugh, John 108, 125, 40, 104, 105, 154, 168 Rector, Marion 57, 104, 154 Redman, Patricia 202 Reed, Alan 194, 43, 58, 59 Reed, William 79, 202 Reese, Andrew 194 Reese, Barbara '202 Reese, Karen 154 Regan, Donna 52 Regan, Joseph 194 Regier, John 42, 155 Rehm, John 202 Reibert, Donalee 202, 54, 55 Reibert, James 194, 54 Reif, Cheryl 48, 104, 155 Reimers, Barbara 194, 49 Reinhard, Curt 194 Reisch, Edward 155 Reisch, Robert 59 Reitz, Karen 43, 155 Rekasie, Karan 202 Rekowski, Cynthia 108, 198, 201, 202, 98, 40 Rekowski, Patricia 108, 179, 181, 51, 53 Repko, John 155 Revilla, Vincent 57 Rex, Raymond 181, 71 Rex, William 71, 93 Rice, Daniel 91, 155 Rice, Ruth 202, 54 Richter, Douglas 43 Richter, Mark 202, 87 Richter, Mark 156 Richter, Peggy 61, 181 Rickerich, Karen 51, 49, 47, 156 Rigatti, Michael 78, 50, 156, 168 Rigatti, Patricia 202 Ritschl, Christopher 202 Riviere, Christine 194, 51, 47 Riviere, Nancy 47, 104, 157 Rizza, Gloria 194, 81 Roach, Sandra 60, 42, 49, 157, 163, 169 Roberts, Mark 202, 54 Roberts, Peter 181 Robich, John 194 Robinson, Kevin 202 Robinson, Thomas 157 Roble, Lillian 181 Roble, Michael 202 Roble, Rebecca 181, 53 Roehrig, James 156 Rohrer, Susan 202 Rohrer, William 181, 56, 43, 106 Rohrman, Sally 181 Rollf, Lance 202 Romano, Robert 65, 181, 76 Romanovich, Carol 60, 202 Rome, Eric 70, 48, 157, 169 Rome, Richard 202 Roney, Carol 157 Rorison, Sandra 181, 51, 53, 41 Rouggie, Johnet 60, 194, 34 Roylance, Stephen 61, 181, 55, 106 Royston, James 181, 43 Roznowski, Ronald 202 Rudolph, Fritz 194 Rush, Dennis 181 Rusnak, Richard 181 Russitano, Mary 143, 181, so Ruthrauff, Kathryn 194, 56 Sabatini, Franklin 61, 181, 34, 89 - Sable, Jack 61, 79, 202, 34, 93 Sabol, John 202 Sahr, David 104, 157 Sahr, Mark 194 Sallach, David 194 Sallach, Deborah 202 Salomone, Ramona 202 Salvucci, Mary 202, 51 Samek, Michelle 181, 44, 48, 47 Sample, John 181, 91 Sampson, Robert 202 Sandrock, Roberta 194, 44, 47 Sanes, Ellen 181, 81, 53, 47 Santelli, Linda 194, 53, 40 Santelli, Vincent 70, 50, 157, 169 Santoro, Gerald 202, 91 Sargent, Lowrie 181, 72, 43, 89, 91 Sasinoski, Edward 202 Sasinoski, Kevin 202 Sauer, Lawrence 194 Sauerwein, Jacquelin 194 Savakes, David 61, 194 Savakes, Peter 181, 71 Schade, Jonathan 157 Schaeffer, Joyce 202 Schaeffer, William 78, 110, 50, 97, 156, 169 Schall, James 65, 181 Scharpf, Eric 202, 87 Scheerbaum, Keith 194 Scheerbaum, Luray 202, 57 Scheerbaum, Martin 78, 156, 169 Scheerbaum, Sharon 156 Scheib, Christopher 202 Scheid, Lawrence 194 Scheid, Thomas 202 Schelinski, Sandra 194 Schempp, Paul 156 Schempp, Richard 156 Schiffhauer, William 194 Schlessman, Marilyn 80, 41, 48, 156, 169 Schlosser, Thomas 159 Schmidt, Edward 202 Schmidt, Linda 194 Schmidt, Margaret 202 Schmitt, Myrtle 194 Schneider, Elaine 181 Schneider, Jacob 60, 34, 55, 48, 47, 169 Schnorr, Charles 159 Schnorr, Mary 108, 135, 42, 40, 48, 159, 169 Scholl, Carol 194, 81 Schramm, Patricia 181, 80, 41 Schrenk, Gretchen 143, 181 Schriver, Christopher 60, 194, 79 Schriver, Joseph 89, 159 Schubert, Dolores 181, 51 Schultz, John 60, 195 Schultz, Joseph 181 Schusler, Janet 181, 80, 52 Schweitzer, Beth 202, 54, 43 Schweitzer, Dale 181, 94 Schweitzer, Kristine 195, 41 Schweitzer, Ross 195 Schwend, Cathy 108, 51, 46,1 59 Schwend, Selby 195 Schwet, Annette 181 Schwet, Bernadette 175, 181, 53, 45, 40, 47, 106 Scialab Scialab ba, David 202 ba, James 195, 89 Scinico, Carol 182 Sciullo, Albert 202 Sciullo, Anna 182 Sciullo, Victor 159, 169 Scott, Andrew 61, 182, 34 Scully, Kreg 202 . Scully, Thomas 195,' 78, 43 Secola, Donna 182, 51, 57 Seiber, Cynthia 202 Selby, Glenn 182 Sellers, Susan 195 Serrao, Frank 65, 182, 106, 107 Seward, Jay 61, 202 Shanno Shanno n, Colleen 195, 51 n, Sharon 202 Sheehan, William 202 Shepard, Darlene 158 Sherma Sherma Shock, Shook, Shoop, n, Debra 195 n, Margaret 202 Carolyn 202 Charles 202 Greg 195 Simmons, John 195 Simmons, Terri Simms, Simone Diane 182,53 tti, Joseph 61, 158, 169 Simpson, Ella 61, 195 Sinclair, Donald 182 Sinnott, James 202, 40, 87 Skalski, Charles 182 Skalski, Germaine 158, 47 Skalski 70 , Lam 61, 182, Skelley, Dennis 202 Skowran, Sandra 195, 54 Skowro n, Jude 115, 42, 158, 172 Skwortz, John 195 Skwortz, Thomas 182 Slater, Thomas 115, 42, 46, 158, 171 Sliger, Daniel 202, 87 Sliger, Suzanne Slomer, Donna 159 Slomer, Sandy 195 Slomer, Susan 195 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, 89 Smith, 158, Smith, 78 Smith, Smith, Brian 202, 87 Claudia 182 Deborah 182 Michael 195, Philip 50, 41, 77, 169 Robert 185, 195, Vincent 158 William 158,170 Snee, Janet 60, 182, 80, 53 223 Snyder, Edward 159 Snyder, Susan 195 Soeder, Charles 202, 87 Soeder, Jeanne 42, 41, 159, 173 Soeder, Judith 195 Soeder, Richard 195, 71, 83, 93 Sokol, Deborah 202 Solomon, Antoinette 61, 159,169 Spampinato, Concet 56, 160 Spampinato, Janice 202 Specht, Marianne 195, 54 Speer, John 182, 76 Speers, Bonnie 195 Spehar, Joseph 160 Sphar, Arthur 61, 34, 54, 41,104,160,169 Sphar, Carol 195, 84, 97 Spirtes, Peter 195, 53 Spitzner, Mary Lou 182, 57 Spohn, Charles 182 Spreng, George 56, 161 Sproul, Nancy 161 Sproul, Thom 61, 195, 42 Spudich, Susanne 156, 161 Stampahar, Paul 202 Stamy, Lloyd 61, 182, 34, 54, 55, 45, 106 Stang, Gary 69, 45, 160, 169 Stang, Michael 108, 185, 195 , 68, 40 Stanger, Bonnie 182, 51, 45, 96, 47 Stanger, Randy 202, 87 Stanley, Debra 182, 52, 82, 41 Stanley, Pamela 195 Stansbury, Laura 160 Stansbury, Richard 202, 55 Staub, David 202 Steele, Deborah 195 Steffey, Barbara 195, 84, 97 Steigerwald, Bonnie 195 Stein, Joseph 182 Steitz, Jeanne 182, 106, 107 Stephens, David 195, 93 Stevenson, Harley 202 Stewart, Cindy 45, 40, 104, 105, 160 Stewart, Lyndsay 182, 53, 41, 106 Stiner, Douglas 195 Stiscak, Charles 65, 182, 94, 106 Stiscak, James 202, 87 Stock, Robin 182, 51 Stock, Ruth 202, 51 Stockdale, Kathryn 202, 44, 47 Stofan, Karen 182, 54, 55 Stofko, William 202, 35 Storck, Suzette 61, 182, 34, 48, 47 Stover, William 195 Strange, John 65, 182, 50, 43, 77, 94 Strange, Robert 64, 65, 108,125,34,50,43,4L 160,169,170 224 Strathmeyer, Jo Ann 182, 52, 56, 85, 95 Stresky, Pamela 182, 56 Stresky, Patricia 182, 56 Streyle, Burnell 160, 172 Streyle, Daniel 202, 87 Stride, Suzanne 35 Strohm, Karen 202 Stumpf, Michael 60, 203 Stumpf, Sandra 195, 41 Sublinsky, Rulene 60, 182 Sukel, Lynnet 182, 57 Sundo, David 195 Sunl-fin, John 203 Sunseri, Valeri 54, 57, 161 Sutphin, Gary 161 Sutton, Dane 182, 69, 89, 91 Sutton, Gail 182 Sutton, Gregory 91, 161, 169 Sutton, Sandra 203 Svitesic, Michael 182 Swah, Catherine 195 Swaiko, Renee 195 Swain, Meg 195, 54, 82 Swain, Michelle 203 Swan, David 203 Swank, Marilyn 161 Sweeney, Jon 182, 59 Sweeney, Timothy 182 Swierczynski, Jack 195, 76 Swinny, Patricia 196, 54 Swinny, Rickie 61, 182, 54, 59 Synan, Willliam 203, 87, 91 Szczukowski, Phyllis 143 Szwedko, Robert 203 Szweclko, Wayne 203 Szymanski, Mark 196, 71 Tady, Susan 182, 93, 106 Tanski, Paul 196 Tarr, Jack Tejchman, Robert 196 Telegdy, Charmane 182, 56 Templer, Janet 48, 161, 172 Templer, Robert 161 Tenvilliger, Mark 203, 53, 44- Thalimer, Sandra 182 Thimons, Mark 65, 182 Thomas, Dan 196, 68 Thomas, David 196, 83, 93,57 Thomas, Patricia 203, 54 Thompson, Frank 196 Thompson, Geoffry 196, 91 Thompson, Lynn 196, 41 Thompson, Suzanne 182, 54 Thomson, Dick 57, 161 Thomson, Robert 196- Thorn, Jesse 203, 52, 45 Thorpe, Linda 182, 52, 56 Thullen, Frank 203, 40 Thullen, John 182, 89 Thunander,Charlotta 182, 116, 57, 45 Tierney, Elizabeth 196, 52,84,97 Tierney, Maureen 43, 82, 162 Toaso, Janis Toborkey, Bonnie 182 Toborkey, Thomas 196 Totera, Clara 203 Totera, Joseph 183 Totten, John 196 Totten, Robert 162 Trautmann, Harry 203 Trautmann, Melva 53 Treese, John 203 Treese, William 162 Trimble, Nancy 183, 48, 49, 47 Trocki, Sharon 196 Trocki, Timothy Trout, Margaret 162 Trout, Mary 203 Trozzo, David 169, 162 Tunny, Valeri 196, 54, 47, 162 Turiak, Thomas 65, 51, 40, 162 Turner, Mary 41, 162 Tuttle, Eva 203, 51, 97 Udanis, Edward 196 Uebing, Judith 104, 163 Ulewicz, Leo 196 Ulewicz, Mary 196 Ullom, James 203 Vanhorn, Douglas 196 Varley, Robert 203 Varshine, Edward 203 Waddell , Robert 196, 51 Wadsworth, Joseph 144, 115,54,5s,47,1o4,162 Wagner, David 196 Wagner, Dennis 183 Wagner, John 203 Wagner, Keith 60, 203 Wagner, Marilyn 203 Wagner, Wagner, Wagner, Wagner, Waibel, Waibel, Waight, Patricia 196 Thomas 196, 76 Valeri 196 Vivian 196 Cathy 203 Karen 203 James 203 Waldschmidt, Daniel 162 Waldschmidt, Robert 78, Williams, George 197, 72, 73, 40, 89 Williams, Robert 203 Williams, Susan 54, 48, 47, 165 Wilsher, Wade 183 Wilson, Gary 183, 106 Wilson, Mark 165 Wimer, Jessica 52, 96, 165, 169 Wimer, Ruth 203, 45, 40 Winaught, Linda 197 Winsby, Roger 183, 89 Wirginis, David 203 Wirginis, Terry 197 Wise, George 48, 165 Witas, Janet 61, 80, 165, 169 Witas, Patricia 203 Witzel, Sandra 197 Wojciechowsk, David 203 Wojtewicz, Michael 78, 165, 169 Wolf, Bridgitte 61, 197, 47 Wolfendale, John 43, 40, Vasbinder, Donald 196, 89 Vecchio, Roseanne 42, 41, 163 Vecchiola, Susan 196, 82 Vennis, Christopher 196, 43, 40 Veenis, Jon Mark 78, 50, 43,40,92,163,169 Veltri, Gabriel 183 Veltri, George 203 Veltri, Peter J. 183 Veltri, Peter M. 203, 87 Veltri, Thomas 203 54, 92, 106 Waligura, Curtis 196, 79, 43, 89 Walker, Delores 196 Walker, George 196 Walker, Linda 183 Walker, Thomas 196 Wzlker, William 183, 70, 0 Wallace, James 61, 203, 34, 59 Wallace, Reed 146 Wallisch, Lawrence 48, 92, 162, 169 Wally, Thomas 183 Walmsley, James 70, 91, 163, 169 Walsh, Judith 196 Walsh, Karen 183, 116, 53, 44, 48, 47 Walters, Wesley 197 Wang, Theodore 197, 71, 89 Warren, Richard 197 Waters, Marcia 51, 163 Weber, Barbara 47, 163 Weber, Lynne 197 Weeks, Paul 61, 34, 42, 55, 40, 48, 46, 105, 164, 169 Weidner, Daniel 197, 78, 93, 104 Weir, James 203, 87 Weir, Peggy 54, 85, 47, 164, 169 Weissert, Francia 183 Weissert, Judson 203 Welsh, William 203 Wesley, Gary 65, 183, 50 Wesley, Marilyn 203, 53 165, 169 Wolk, Joseph 197 Wolk, Regis 183 Wood, Andrea 40, 47, 104, 105, 165 Wood, Robert 203 Wood, Wendy 183, 51, 41 Woods, Constance 81, 203, 57 Woods, David 183 Woods, Eric 70, 164, 169 Woods, Sharon 183, 48 Wright, Charles 59, 164 Wright, George Wright, John 197 Wright, Patricia W right, Thomas 203, 53 Verbanic, Deborah 56, 163 Vey, Anne 203 Violi, James 35, 163 Virostek, James 203, 87 Vitale, Deborah 183 Vitari, Anna 183, 53 Vitari, Louis 183 Voelker, Charles 183, 76 Voelker, Sally 196, 52, 84, 89, 97 Vogan, Linda 196, 52, 47 Vogel, Peter 203 Vulgris, Leonard 203 Wachter, Beverly 203 Waddell, Frederick 203 West, Linda 1-97, 51, 53, 84 Wester, Andrew 203 Weyman, Stanley Whanger, Thomas 203 Wheeler, Deborah 203 White, Charles 70, 48, 164 White, Janice 203 White, John 197 White, Reed 197 White, Thomas 197 Wgiteman, Jennifer 203, Wiefling, Mary 183, 48, 49 Wiensko vitch, Donna 183 Wigginton, Martha 203 Wilcox, Sandra 203 Williams, N. N. 197 Wimer, Gary 197 Yates, Daniel 183 Yates, Richard 183 Yates, Sally 164 Yaworsky, Debbie 203 Yaworsky, Denise 203 Yaworsky, John 197 Yeager, Deborah 203 York, Kenneth 143, 164 Young, Bryan 174, 183, 78, 69, 91 Young, Robert 203 Yount, James 65, 41, 164,169 Yute, Barbara 197, 81 irute,Juanh 1a3,8o,96 Zaborowski, Robert 197 Zelenka, William 197, 71, 83, 89 Zepp, Joyce 197, 53 Ziblut, Mary 183 Ziemke, Dianne 197, 54, 55 Ziemkiewicz, Paul 65, 183, 50, 106 Zimmerman, Craig 183 Zimmerman, Marsha 203


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