Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1969

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X X...1"T.X ... "1 12 X .1-f'.YQ1'5z.F", ' 'XJLXXQXJ .111's--5251 J. 'XXQ.111.l,f'g.1.:.XHX1 1-L 1YY.f " 1111 . . '. .1.1-. :..- .- - '..111XXY, . ...... -XXX...111..1Y--xyXXX......1 1- 1:1 X-.X-g-XXX.XX1!.11'..-- 11.111, .... . "...11111'. ....1'1'- . ....-11. is' '1.'1.1 ...1111 if '11' 111.111X ...1111 "1 '1 111.11111 .. Y111...,. ..'-1"1'11f.... ...Kr 1....F1I14'..nA' ADMINISTRATION When during your in- terview at an Iowa teachers college, the ad- missions director nods approval at the mention of Mount Lebanon High School, it's because the name stands for excel- lence in education. Con- tributing to Mount Leb- anonis stature, Dr. joseph C. Keifer, assistant super- intendent of schools, keeps our school system organized and function- ing. Dr. Floy L. Penn, director of instruction, adds new ideas, courses, and techniques into cur- riculum. 7 mm 1--fi--7--ff --if-7 - -f.--- l W W . 2 DR. IOSEPH C. KEIFER, Assistant Superintendent of Schools DR. F LOY L. PENN, Director of Instruction SCHOOL BOARD. ROW 1: Mrs. june Cameron, Dr. William Hall, Mrs. Virginia Sherman, Mr. George Kessel. ROW 2: Mr. Louis Stark, Mr, Donald Bush, Mr. james Park, Mr. Benjamin Thomas, Mr. Allan Blacka, Mr. Eugene Maddox. 12 3, 144. This spring, with the commencement of the seniors, Dr. Ralph D. Horsman will present his 12,000th diploma. In june, after 40 years as an educator, he will retire. Dr. Horsman graduated from Slippery Rock, his hometown college, and came to Mt. Lebanon in 1929 as a math teacher. Two years later he moved on to become principal of Washington and Howe elementary schools. In 1939, he stepped up as Mellon junior High's first principal. From 1941-1945 Dr. Horsman served as Mt. Lebanon High's principal and later in '45 assumed the position of Assistant Superintendent of schools. 1946 saw his installation as Superintendent of Mt. Lebanon schools. In this position Dr. Horsman has been a sensitive observer of human nature, significantly aware of the pressures on youth. He misses the personal contact he had with young people as a principal, and on school days at dismissal time, he can be seen standing by the windows of his office, enjoying the attitudes and expressions of children on their way home from school. Dr. Horsman has given a great deal of his time, his effort, and his ability to Mt. Lebanon and to education in general. His philosophy can be summed up in what Mt. Lebanon schools are noted for - excellence and progress. 13 X grqv., A ..'f".'l 6 HMM? if' 4 4 iv 5 L sn' Elf? lf- Rf W J g DR. NELSON MILLS, Principal MISS ELIZABETH EVANS, Vice-Principal 14 lf'- ""4': . ,,.,.+-f ,141 .a-, si 'x A fix 'vw N49 we MR. IOSEPH PRICE, Vice-Principal MR. RALPH MCDERMOT, Vice-Principal Thereis a point to all the scheduling, rescheduling, filing, and organizing. Though you may never realize it, an entire team of administrators stands behind you through- out every year of your education. They gear your courses to suit your personal need, and because they care, you're more than a digit in a computer. 15 SPECIAL SERVICES If you're lost, injured, curious, ambitious, or disturbed, there's always somewhere to tum. While classroom doors are neatly shut, the various oflices welcome any- one who seek their aid. The nurses supply bandaids and sympathy when needed, and the secretaries create a bit of order out of the chaos of memos, circulars, files, and forms. A few steps down the hall, the activities directors can suggest numerous squads, committees, clubs, and projects fredeemable for valuable activities pointsj. When all the pressures of growing up and mapping out a future become bewildering, the guidance counselors steer you in the right direction and help you on your way. MISS PATRICIA CROKE, MISS FERN HIGH, Nurses MISS BARBARA MARTINA, Speech Therapist 16 ' " Y "' l U Syl 3? as MRS. FERNE HORNE, Director of Guidance l l af... .Aram AL.. 'Ti' gf' MRS. JANE KEHOE, MISS IEAN MacKINNEY, Librarians -new MR. D. MOORE, School Psychologist 'ff za - .. Y Uni ,-,Z al f--V MR. EDWARD BASCH, MRS. ELSIE COX, Senior Counselors .,,? MRS. IRENE MENC-ES, MR. ANDREW ZEEDICK, Sophomore Counselors JYVF WP-1 MR. EDWIN BRANDT, MRS. LUELLA CALDWELL, junior Counselors ee I me 22331 5211 Em Ee. 1 I Q. Eiifil ii SEQ!- :ge 429' MISS DOROTHY GROVE Activities Director MRS. STEPHANIE BROGLIE Ass't. Activities Director SITTING: Mrs. Bwwmky, of Dj Miss Wass. Mrs. Gerhold, Mrs. QL Taylor. STANDING: Mrs. ' ' Clatty, Mrs. Tohey, Mrs. Op rf' Schilit, Mrs. Ca.ssidy,k rs. ' ,,x, K f of Rodgers, Mrs. johnsorlicv -1 Q, rv ' V40 ,sf .J Wi 425 -01 fllllmv' ld W, xq, N0 ill A K .90 QW of lcw wx u Q9 ru K X x7 lx 0 I oo-fiwixlx , Q bw! All by MWA! SECRETARIES XQUKP 'NUM , XNQRV ffl Nl? 17 O Q! fr X V . '5 WV 0 f rw 0 0 oily l l ENGLISH MRS. GERALDINE ADAMSON AP English 3, 4 Guidance Committee f"'!'5 MRS. IOANNE B. BAILEY MRS. IANE L. BIANCO English 5, 6 English 3, 4 Humanities English 7, 8 Auditorium Make-up Committee First it was "New Mathf' Now it's "New English." Well, not really. The name is actually linguistics. This means no more groaning and gulping over grammar, no more hunting for verbs and verbals, no more pages and pages of grammar exercises. You get a chance to discuss more and give your opinions. And what better subject to discuss than Literature of the Oppressed, which is also something new in the English courses. You get to know the thoughts and dreams and frustrations of people outside your own little "cake-eating" world. 18 , .W-+14 MR, PI-IILLIP A, BIANCO MISS IUDITH A. CALCARO English 3, 4 AP English 3, 4 English 5, 6 English 5, 6 National Forensic League Band V. MISS IANET L. CURTIS English 7, 8 Religious Literature Opening Exercises MR. RICHARD L. GOFF English 5, 6 Varsity Football Ioumalism. Lebanon Lantem School Publicity al. MRS. MARTHA G. CUSSLER MRSLIEAN I. DITTMER MRS. RUTH S. FURLONG English 3G, 4G English 7, 8 English 7, 8 English 5, 6 Display Case Squad English Coordinator I '19 5 MISS JEAN HAY MR. HENRY A. HUFFMAN MISS IACOUELINE M. English 7, 8 English 3, 4 HUGHES Trailic Squad Sponsor English 7G, 8G AP English 7, 8 MRS. HANNAH KAPLAN Speed Reading Study Skills Listening Skills Communications Skills Lab. MISS HARRIET N. MISS IANICE MELLINGER MANNING AP English 5, 6 English 3, 4 Mounty Vocabulary Enrichment 20 MRS. ROSALIND F. KALIDEN English 5, 6 English 5G, 6C Principal's Advisory Committee MR. HARRY L. MCCANN English 7, 8 MRS. IOAN K. PAUL English 3, 4 BN :E A min MISS JEAN PIROTH MRS. ELEANOR T. RINNE MISS ELIZABETH BARBARA English 3, 4 English 7, 8 SIPI-L Mount Lebanon Log 11th Grade hCOlll'1Cl English 5, 6 fmbinh MRS. NANCY WALDUM English 3, 4 World Literature Vocabulary Enrichment Girls' Synchronized Swimming Team MRS. B. LINDA ZACUR English 5, 6 Q. Committee on Rel ioi. Effective Reading Speed Reading 21 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 1 ' ' l b' " lf' 'T Sf' i. MRS. STEPHANIE BROGLIE French 1, 2 French 3, 4 Assistant Activities Director MR. HENRY E. BUDAHAZI Russian 1, 2 Russian 3, 4 Russian 5, 6 German 3, 4 It's easy to memorize nouns and verbsg it's not too hard to learn rules for agreement and it's almost fun to try to converse in a foreign language. Reading Chinese downwards, though, is almost as hard as reading Russian forwards, which sounds like English backwards. But foreign languages aren't bad, if you just let yourself enjoy and absorb them. And when the course turns from conjugation to culture, you can read and enjoy UETRANGER, with idioms actually working for you rather than against you. 22 MR. SHELDON S. CAMPBELL German 5, 6 Cerma.n 7, 8 Foreign Langu age Coordinator MISS DOROTHY I. DEAN French 5, 6 French 7, 8 MRS. P. HOROWITZ MR. HOWARD M. IONES MR- DANIEL 1- Spanish 1, 2 French 7, 8 KACZOROWSKI Spanish 3, 4 French 9, 10 French 3, 4 French 5, 6 F 1135? I i . X , . ,.4 , J "'. MR. RALPH A. KESSLER MISS MILDRED LENK MISS MARCERY MCCLURE MRS. CEORGIANNE G German 3, 4 Spanish 1, 2 Latin 1, 2 MCNEIKNEY Latin 5-7 Latin 3, 4 French 1, 2 Classical Mythology Q 23 'Es v-1:3 MISS JEAN MACURA MR. ARTHUR A. MANION French 3, 4 Chinese 1, 2 Chinese 3, 4 French 5, 6 judo Club MR. EDWARD N. MISS RITA M. ROECGE OESTERICH Spanish 5, 6 German 1, 2 Spanish 7, 8 German 3, 4 German 5, 6 MISS MARY V. THORPE Spanish 3, 4 SCIENCE rr l MRS. MARY K. BAKER DR. CHARLES F. BECK Biology AP Chemistry Basic Biology Scientific Chemistry MRS. GLORIA GOODWIN MR. JAMES F. IAKLICH Academic Physics Scientific Chemistry Academic Chemistry Academic Chemistry Visual Aids Coordinator Projection Squad MR. LYLE W. BERCMAN Earth and Space Science Assistant Football Coach Assistant Track Coach Science-It's "how" and "why,' and "what's insidef, It,s homework and quizzes, just like every other course, but it's also seeing to believe as you dissect a frog, or mix sulfur and iron filings. Messing around with chemicals, instruments, and machines gives you such a feeling of power . . . till you break something expensive. But if you're careful and don't get carried away too much by the freedom to experiment, your lab exercises actually work . . . sometimes. .ik E -EK MR. CHARLES O. LOHR MR. JOSEPH A. MASCETTA MR. REED RAINES Biology Chemistry Chemistry Engineering Concepts Science Coordinator MR. ROBERT A. RUTH MR. THOMAS STACEY MR. ALBERT SUNSERI MR. THOMAS S. TAYLOR Physics Chemistry Bi0l0gy Chemistry Stage AP Biology Public Address Scenery Score Board MR. LEE VROBLE Biology Football Coach 26 MISS KATHERINE BIRRIS Plane Geometry MR. RICHARD D. BLACK Plane Geometry MR. MERCER CLARK Algebra-Trigonometry Integfated Geometry Integrated Geometry Baseball Future Teachers of America Basketball MISS ALICE ELMS MR. HARRY E. FELICH MR. FRED. R. GAERTNER Algebra 3, 4 AP Mathematics 3, 4 Trigonometry AP Mathematics 7, 3 Algebra-Trigonometry AP Mathematics 5, 6 Mathematics Coordinator College Mathematics 27 MATHEMATICS l I Youive got to think of - yourself as a computer to s1u'vive in math. You must stick values in variables where your teacher tells you to put them. You memorize, memorize, and memorize formulas. Symbols, signs, terms, and tables are imprinted indelibly in your mind, and at a given moment you must be able to feed back all the theorems, facts, and figures in proper sequence. But computers know only "how to" never "why," and besides you're only an unreasonable facsimile. Fortunately, becoming a computer is just the first step. It opens your mind and prepares you for leaming why the formulas hold true. L-L " .M-,,v4 S-J' W MR. NORMAN I... GOODWIN Algebra General Mathematics Plane Geometry Football Track MR. JOSEPH R. HERSCHL MBS. ELEANOR L. NEMETH MISS EILEEN NESBITT Geometry Geometry Bulletin Board Squad MISS BARBARA HILL Algebra 1, 2 Algebra 3, 4 Trigonometry Fundamentals of College Math 1 MR. A. RICHARD PITCOCK Algebra 3, 4 Coordinator of Academic Games Assistant Baseball Coach ' sl' MISS MARGARET LAND Fundamentals of College Math 1, 2 Trigonometry Algebra Recreational Math l MR. ROBERT MEYERS Matrix Algebra Fundamentals of College.Math 1 Trigonometry Ski Club MR. EARL L. WHIPKEY Algebra 1, 2 Algebra 3, 4 fww' an--' DR. MARGARET ANDERSON Psychology 31 MR. DALE A. CABLE AP European History U.S. History Social Studies Coordinator DR. JOHN E. DENBOW U.S. History Z MR. RICHARD D. BARCLAY Sociology American Government European History MR. JOHN I. CANNING World Cultures AP U.S. History MJ., Q.,- MR. VICTOR M. DOAK U.S. History Tennis SOCIAL STUDIES Life insurance-that's social studies. In a few years you'll be the one making the decisions. Think about it. Your best friend has flown to Europe in only four hours and Apollo went around the world in 80 minutes. Vietnam looms and Czechoslovakia has been invaded, and you suddenly follow the newspapers. The Paris Peace Talks . . . Bratislava . . . Houston Space Control. It's kind of spooky when you realize that you, who can never decide which shoes to wear and what to do on Saturday aftemoon, will be helping to guide the world. Then social studies-what it's all about-become very important. 29 MR. WILLIAM H. EMERY MR. HARRY C. HADDEN General History AP U.S. History U.S. History U.S. History '-ff MR. GEORGE W. KLINE World Geography World Cultures MR. DONLEY MOLLENAUER U.S. History Economics Track Cross Country MR. WILBUR C. MOORE MR. ALBERT N. STANISH MRS. ALICE TROUP World Cultures World Cultures Anthropology Athletic Director Varsity Football World Cultures Student United Nations MR. ARTHUR WALKER MRS. PRISCILLA HALL World Cultures ZAPPA U.S. History Anthropology Football Coach W0rld Cultures 31 TECHNIQUES MR. GLENN S. ASTON-REESE Health Director of Admissions The interest that was sparked in junior high becomes talent and skill as you continue electing special technique courses. Suddenly you can take an entire letter in shorthand and actually transcribe every word correctly. And you type it with your fingers on the right keys! A semester of "Signal Thirty," the Smith System, and hair-raising experiences eams you a senior driver's license at 17. After just nine Weeks of snipping and stitching, a new Easter dress hangs in your closet. You've enough book ends to fill a library, and every Wall in your house is plastered with water color paintings and linoleum prints. But more important than the items you can hold in your hand is the experience you hold for the future. fm MISS MARGIE BERNATH Child Development Interior Decoration Clothing 1, 2 Tailoring and Merchandising Future Homemakers of America MRS. CYNTHIA C. LAMBARTH Basic Acting Voice and Diction Public Speaking World Cultures Properties Committee Costume Committee 1 It MISS MARGARET J. BILLINGSLEY Health MRS. MARTHA MARTINEZ Clothing 1, 2 Foods 1, 2 Social Living I if MR. JULIAN T. MYERS .J Dramatics ' National Thespian Society Studio 32 MR. MICHAEL R. AGOSTINELLA Driver Education Assistant Track Coach Equipment Manager +1-im MR. ROBERT J. DE HAAS Driver Education Elementary Football 33 ll l MR. DANIEL CAPANNA Driver Education Golf Coach MR. DELMER E. SIMMONS Driver Education Intramurals judo Club T .J MR. A. W. BERNHARDY Wood Shop Machine Shop MR, DOUGLAS SHANER Advanced Art Metal Arts Art 1 MR. RICHARD L. IONES Special Education Football Wrestling Intramurals MRS. BONNIE O'CONNELL Art 1 Art 2 v MXJ MR. RICHARD PAULSON MR. ROBERT PITTAVINO Wood Shop Mechanical Drawing Technical Drawing Comparative Religion XJ! MR. KENNETH C. HELD Typing 1, 2 Bookkeeping 1, 2 Business Mathematics Lantem Typing Staff Assistant Forensics Coach MRS. ELEANOR MILLICAN Typing 2, 3 Transcription Oflice Practice 1, 2 General Business Diploma List MRS. GERALDINE D. OELSCHLAGER Shorthand 1, 2, 3 Typing 3 Notehand Business Law MISS MAY K. SNEARY Choral Music Related Arts English Modern Music Masters Triple Trio Vocal Show Groups 35 MR. LOUIS A. SCARCI Marching Band Concert Band ,T .X i ao-i r x ' 1 A- ' Li 1 , I' I 4 1 'Nf Q ., ' - ' ' '- Ln' L MR. ARTHUR YACELLO Orchestra Violinettes Woodwind Ensemble PHYSICAL EDUCATION +++ -6' MRS. GLADYS W. HAZLETT MR. GEORGE MISS GAYLE LUCHIN Adapted Physical Education LAMPRINAKOS Physical Education Physical Education Cheerleaders Wrestling Pep Club Intramurals G.A.A. MISS MARGIE PEALER MR. W. SAUNDERS MISS DONNA SHAVER Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Cheerleaders Swimming Coach Girls' Sports Coordinator G.A.A. G.A.A. 36 CAF ETERIA AND MAINTENANCE 1 .I-1 .-Q , - ig fnlf T, , Evil ':" sea: ':"T1:"'. i Af - ll -fb ' a w' , Who can you turn to when it's 6:30 pm and your chemistry book sits in your locker, and there's a unit test the next day, B period? To make matters worse, you just know you left that gym suit in Room 308, but Where is it now? Who'll help when there's only a Hfty cent piece in your pocket and you've got to make a phone call? The custodians not only maintain a clean school, they offer their help to anyone who needs it. Although nearly being trampled by stampeding students, the cafeteria Workers manage to serve nourishing lunches, accept and give change, relill catsup dishes, and sweep and Wipe during each 35 minute period of gourging and gabbing. And yet, through all the running and rushing, they smile. 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FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT CONGRESS OFFICERS' SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT CONGRESS OFFICERS. N. Bradley, 1. Collery, M. Coughanour. FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT CONGRESS OFFICE I. Bates, I. Fletcher, D. Bitner. 40 s 1 E I STUDENT COURT SENIOR COUNCIL ADVISORY COUNCIL STUDENT COURT. ROW 1: M. Mosley, B. Carson, N. Martini, D. Farrell. ROW 2: S. Taubeneck, M. Cajka, C. Kaplan, K. Kountz, L. Brenner. SENIOR COUNCIL. ROW 1: S. Lang, K. jenkins, K. Johnston, G. Eppelsheimer, S. Etheredge, A. F einberg. ROW 2: M. Dewald, B. Wamer, G. Campbell, S. Schreiner. ADVISORY COUNCIL. B. Cox, B. McGill, C. Kennedy, Laboon, L. McKeithan, P. Teodori. 41 HONORS If you've ever begged, pleaded, and kissed feet for half an hour in order to sell one Log subscription for one tenth of an activities point, you can imagine the effort it must take to accumulate one hundred activities points. Yet Hfty-three Lebo students did eam over one hundred points and received Activities Keys. Sally Schreiner and Sandy Rosecrans Went one step further and earned Activities Guards for totals of one hundred and eighty points. fOne way to do it is to sell 1800 Log subscriptionsj Through the year a large number of students won honors on the basis of their achievements in many areas. The honors included membership to Modern Music Masters, membership to Cum Laude Society, the D.A.R. Award, the Outstanding Teenagers Award plus many others. These students deserve to be recognized not only for their own personal achievement, but also for the honor which they have contributed to the school. ACTIVITIES GUARD RECIPIENT SENIOR ACTIVITIES KEY RECIPIENTS .cdr .P ACTIVITIES GUARD RECIPIENT. Sally Schreiner. SENIOR ACTIVITIES KEY RECIPIENTS. ROW 1: P. Phares, N. Martini, D. DeLong C Pensyl I Kaley. ROW 2: D. Milo, K. Ketchum, L. Scatteregia, N. Bradley, D. Farrell, D. Bitner. ROW 3: D. Moore, H. Alterman, E. Bleiberg, B. Stem D Bickel ROW 4: Wilson, K. jenkins, 1. Fletcher, K. Mathison. Missing from picture: D. Applin, I. Bates, M. Beachler, R. Bennett, C. Carrington A Cohen B Colella, I. Coles, S. Dahlman, N. Duffy, Frank, C. Jacoby, E. Iosephson, S. Rile, P. Shaw, L. Simon, J. Swisher. CUM LAUDE eg, ' JUNIOR YEAR ACTIVITIES KEY RECIPIENTS N .M.S.Q.T. SEMIFINALISTS JUNIOR YEAR ACTIVITIES KEY RECIPIENTS. ROW 1: W. Rosfeld, C. Kunkle, N. Leathers. ROW 2: N. Alcom, I. Rosenberg, C, Schade. ROW 3: A Deering, S. Schreiner. ROW 4: G. Woodhouse, R. Kane, C. Freeberg. ROW 5: M. Starr, C. McHenry, S. Reed. Missing from picture: S. Fields, K. Kimmick P. Phares. CUM LAUDE. ROW 1: I. Mallet, S. Frank, S. Ackenheil, S. Rile, N. Bradley, C. Pensyl, S. Rosecrans, M. Hough, D. Beck, B. Warner, I. Dulis, B Leverett, G. Housley, I. Monahan, S. jones. ROW 2: S. Brungraber, S. Schreiner, C. Schade, C. Woodhouse, I. Rosenberg, K. Ketchum, P. Neely, S. Fields, D Yadon, C. Ritter. Missing from picture: B. Brueggmann, R. Carrington, A. Copeland, A. Deering, D. Farrell, I. Larmett, M. Mosely, S. Rose, L. Simon, M Starr. N.M.S.Q.T. SEMI-FINALISTS. ROW 1: S. Klapproth, S. Brungraber, J. Gustafson, C. Campbell, M. Neely, K. Ketchum, L. Simon, D. Farrell, E. joseph- son. ROW 2: S. jones, I. Monahan, R. Dell, G. Housley, I. Corin, W. Robinson, C. Ritter, I. Dulis, B. Leverett. 43 .A af' 'V ....-- ' ,Ml H L v -f' MODERN MUSIC MASTERS JUNIOR YEAR GUARD RECIPIENT HONOR AWARD COMMITTEE ROW 2. C. Cusack, C. Coho, M. Meyer, P. Close, T. Bell, L. Schreiber, L. Rouvahs, S. Andrews, I. Ryan, S. Vetter. ROW 3 L. Saul, E. Kou lcklaus IUNIOR YEAR GUARD RECIPIENT. Sandra Rosecrans. MODERN MUSIC MASTERS. ROW 1: P. Standfest, P. Strokes, B. Putnam, L. Cheney, C. Myers ' ' ' : R J' M fy, - , M. Caldwell, M. Vater, B. Levin. ROW 4: S. Champion, I. Wyerman, B. Brown, R. Conroy, D. Shonberg, I. VVhitti.ngton. HONORS AWARD CUM 'I'I'I'EE. ROW 1: E. Shapiro, S. Mercer, A. Cohen, R. Kane, K. Alcom. ROW 2: I. Rosenberg, N. Alcom, B. Collela, C. Freeburg, N. Bradley. ROW 3: C. Pensyl, D Bradley, L. Brenner, M. Sweeney, P. Teodori. 44 UML? 1 w 612 A-ff Mimi, fwfjfL1waMQ WMM! Qfffj Wfvr? 6 Ci D.A.R. AWARDEE OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS D.A.R. AWARDEE. Nancy Bradley. OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS. D. Fasulo, Bates, D. Milo. 45 A.F.S. STUDENTS The magic of the American Field Service suddenly transports two teenage girls thousands of miles across the Atlantic. Results - their lives, as well as their attitudes and opinions, undergo vast and interesting changes. Lynn Zimmerman, Lebois representative to Greece, found herself warmly welcomed by her new family, following an exciting ocean liner training cruise. The new experiences which filled her daily life ranged from seranades to marriage proposals, fron oily foods to Creek misconceptions of America as a land of cowboys, Indians, gangsters, and rich society matrons. Warm, mini-skirted, and good-natured Annabelle Harrison, living with her American sister Anne Copeland, has blended witl American life imtil only her British accent gives away her foreign origin. Annabelle rapidly erased her impressions of thi flowered sport-shirted tourist, laden with cameras, as she met her new family and made her new friends at the high school According to the Copelands, it's a pleasure having her as part of the family, and, according to Annabelle, it's a pleasure and thrill joining them. If the magic of A.F.S. has made both girls alert to different cultures, it has moreover made them aware of the basic goodness and sameness of all people. Ib., 'irr- a .. 5. E. LYNN ZIMMERMAN ANNABELLE HARRISON A.F.S. COMMITTEE. L. Aldisert, S. Aronson, G. Belle, N. Bernard, M. Bonnelli, M. Brecher, M. Cajka, M. DeLeo, I. Evans, I. Fisher, M. Cordon, H. Hull, I jackson, C. Kunkle, 1. Leitch, C. Miner, M. Mitro, I. Parker, I. Rosenberg, L. Rouvalis, 1. Sessa, M. Simcik, I. Walters, N. Weiler, C. Wilson, J. Zimmennan, I Zimmerman. CLUBS 'ou don't join a club just to eam activities points. Or even if that is why you join, you soon get so caught up in the experiences if the club's activities that you forget all about the points. Throughout the year, F.T.A. has busily scheduled student opportuiiities for its members at the various elementary schools and inior highs in the district. The programs brought in for the enlightenment of teachers and students alike included a panel of ollege, secondary, and elementary educators who compared their jobs. F.N.A.'s trips to various hospitals gave future nurses a limpse of what's in store for them, while the goodies at each of F.H.A.,s bake sales lasted only about fifteen minutes as hungry tudents gobbled them up. The competition was stiff at Chess Club tournaments sponsored by the Pittsburgh Interscholastic Ihess League. Thespian members of Mt. Lebanon's Troupe 1605 met throughout the year and planned as their major project a Ihildren's Theater presentation in the various elementary school classrooms, encouraging audience participation. Obviously, lubs provide diversion, recreation and education. let the factivitiesj point? 9 . 2 ff-xii' " ' " ' BAND AID A yw .N.A. OFFICERS 5 Q X ,, xii T.A. OFFICERS THE-SPIANS .A. OFFICERS. K. Hawkins, M. Parker, C. Bauman, M. Jennings. F.N.A. OFFICERS. P. jones, K. Blair, N. Duffy, C. Kunkle. THESPIANS. FRONT W: D. DeLong, M. Cillilan. ROW 2: T. DiFiore, L. Nesbitt, R. Cox. ROW 3: M. Pottinger, L. Lyndes, J. johnson. ROW 4: P. Bower, C. Woodhouse, T. iore. ROW 5: D. Bickel, T. Offutt. ROW 6: L. Cheney, S. Sheperd, R. Keller. 47 JUDO CLUB CHESS CLUB N,F,L, IUDO CLUB. Members are: R. Hixenbaugh, S. Albeda, A. Blanco, T. Brett, I. Feinstein, B. Fisher, P. Griffen, B. Harter, K. Kinsley, S. Levine, N T. Rice, B. Rosenthal, I. Schindler, I. Shomo, T. Shomo, M. Siyufy, R. Skwarecki, R. Sterling, I. Weatherell. CHESS CLUB. ROW 1: 1. Karras, R. Willen. ROW 2: D. Shonberg, B. Leverett, B. Brown, L. Kasper, P. Koemer. ROW 3: G. Ackerman, 1. Schindler, I. Purbrick, j. Knutson, R. Dell, I. Cer N.F.L. MEMBERS. ROW 1: C. Zinger, M. Sullivan, L. Schreiber, S. Shepherd. ROW 2: Collery, S. Levine, M. Starr, E. Iosephson, P. Phares. 48 firm -Bs gi' L. OFFICERS N .. Y"4Q9' .U.N. OFFICERS F.H.A. OFF ICERS .C.L. OFFICERS. D. Hodges, C. Schade, M. Yee, B. Lambl. S.U.N. OFFICERS. W. Rosfeld, M. Sweeney, S. Rosecrans, I. Hallum, S. Mercer. Missing from icture: S. Shepherd. F .H.A. OFFICERS. C. Cusack, I. Swisher, C. McHenry. Missing from picture: P. Crimshaw. L' 1 49 SQUADS AND COMMITTEES It's nice to know that you serve a purpose. Anyone can get activities points by just having fun, doing something that intere you. Squad and committee members do a job taking tickets at school functions, directing trailic in the students' parking l making announcements or selling candy after school or food at the football games. You do the school a service by taking these responsibilities. SJ YF x ACADEMIC GAMES SOCIAL COMMITTEE ACADEMIC GAMES. CLOCKWISE FROM BO'I'I'OM LEFT: R. Shore, A. Purbrick, K. Ketchum, C. Mason. SOCIAL COMMITTEE. L. Porach, N. Swop C. St. Clair, B. Colella, C. Baum, Fletcher, B. Devlin, T. Iunker, I. Orr, G. Scott. 50 DISPLAY CASE SQUAD HOSPITALITY SQUAD " I ,L 1? 1'-'K STUDENT ART COMMITTEE DISPLAY CASE SQUAD. ROW 1: M. Cajka, B. Hartsough, C. Frank. ROW 2: D. Reynolds, C. Brungraber, S. Reed. ROW 3: C. McHenry. HOSPITALITY SQUAD. ROW 1: K. Peters, N. Leathers, M. Mosley. ROW 2: D. Bitner, M. Vater. ROW 3: D. Critelli, I. Lantz. STUDENT ART COMMITTEE. ROW 1: M. Gillilan, B. Schar, K. Reeves, K. Rector, T. Williams. ROW 2: I. Pozzi, G. Stephens, L. Nicklaus, V. Worthy, K. jenkins, I. Collery, T. junker. ROW 3: C. Anderson, S. Delano, M. Moffett, J. Strutzel, D. Hagan, S. Klapproth, G. Callahan, M. johnson. 51 A fs. McKEES ROCKS TUTORS ATTENDANCE SQUAD l LIBRARY SQUAD REPRESENTATIVES OF McKEES ROCKS TUTORS. L. Rouvalis, C. Cusack, L. Zimmerman, E. Longini. ATTENDANCE SQUAD. I. Wiley, B. Jac C. Schade, N. Leathers, L. O'Neill. LIBRARY SQUAD. ROW 1: Kaley, Nelson, L. Rosenfelder, S. Parker. ROW 2: T. Williams, B. Winters, D. Applin, Wolfe, P. LaValla, B. Hartsough, C. Peterson. ROW 3: C. Logan, S. Christman, B. Wardell, C. McHenry, B. Beckmann. 52 , L- .. -1 A A f v, - 1 1. ag 'H ff ,Q ' V K-T I I A I , 1 ' 'f is il Ee Qu - f . . 1 1: K ..: s . 3 if 1 I 5' ' . g f as i, DECORATING COMMITTEE MEDICAL SQUAD DECORATING COMMITTEE: ROW 1: Wagner, K. Kirtland, C. Douglas, D. Moore. ROW 2: B. Outten, B. Henderson, C. VVilson. ROW 3: R. Douglass, I. Wilson, G. Brettholle. Missing from picture: K. Beckert, N. Leathers. MEDICAL SQUAD: ROW 1: L. Schlotter, B. Swiecicki, B. Collins, B. Grove. ROW 2: S. Roden, D. Dillner, B. Grosso, N. Carlin, Harold. ROW 3: M. Besselman, L. YVeber, L, Fisher, P. Critchlow, M. Starr, N. Duffy, C. Netter, M. Danko. i 53 STUDIO AN NOUNCERS w Q L 1 ,I s H . PROIECTION SQUAD OPENING EXERCISES SQUAD STUDIO ANNOUNCERS. ROW 1: L. Smith, C. Schade, D. Iohns, S. Donahue. ROW 2: E. Bleiberg, M. Caldwell, D. Lazear, I. Shelbe, B. Cissna, M. Sullivan OPENING EXERCISES SQUAD. ROW 1: M. Siyufy, S. Levine. ROW 2: B. Stein, I. Collery, E. josephson. ROW 3: E. Bleiberg, S. Corretti. PROIECTIOPI SQUAD. ROW 1: I. Bugay, P. jameson. ROW 2: R. Skwarecki, W. Stem, B. Kurtz. 54 , w AGE CREW USHER SQUAD BOYS' USHER SQUAD CREW. ROW 1: T. DiFiore, B. Bartlett, L. Lyndes, S. Shepherd, P. Wilson, I. johnson, T. DiFiore. L. Fremd. ROW 2: D. Lorenz, R. Cox, T. P.EMa.nion, H. Gerstenberger. BOYS' USHERS. ROW 1: B. Comerford, B. Wamer, T. Hardie. ROW 2: T. Iunker, Tom's Girl, D. Beck, M. Dewald, Moore, C. Kaplan. ROW 3: B. Mong, S. Field, M. Caldwell, G. Bardy, B. Crawford, B. Robinson. GIRLS' USHERS. ROW 1: S. Rodden, 1. Coles, I. nberg, L. Simon, Terry. ROW 2: D. Applin, L. Zimmemian, C. Olsen. ROW 3: I. Barclay, G. Woodhouse, L. Yocum, D. Reynolds, Stolzer, D. ' . ROW 4: L. Steilfel, D. Bickel, S. Dahlmann, M. Wolfensberger. 55 COSTUME COMMITTEE R. fl SCENEHY CREW 555 ,' Ji CHECKROOM SQUAD CHECKROOM SQUAD. C. Covert, C. Covert, L. Clement, D. DeLong, B. Putnam. Missing from picture: I. Ramsey. SCENERY CREW. ROW 1: M. L. Nesbitt, V. Worthy, Coles. ROW 2: K. Reeves. ROW 3: A. Russell, G. Woodhouse, K. Rector, C, Anderson, B. Pasko. ROW 4: I. Hiscott. COMMITTEE. ROW 1: C. Badolato, D. DeLong, B. Pachilis, C. Wilson. ROW 2: N. Miller, S. Klapproth, C. Pensyl, L. Alexander. 56 WZWEVZW . 120 , W ZYMMQ ,fMfU w0 MMM 72711 wa K ww Wwffgfgm .mwyfw Wmmiwffwyw' 'f7Z42.50df2wwfW0 ZZQUMWJWZWQ6 xammwofmo , Ulbfwjffo 194.16 Mmm. View im?-'ZJQ'-P60 um 9 MAKE-UP COMMITTEE ZZLWU PROPERTIES COMMITTEE MAKE-UP COMMITTEE. ROW 1: I. Rich, D. Bickel, D. Beley. ROW 2: K. Ketchum, S. Dahlmann, G. Woodhouse. PROPERTIES COMMITTEE MEM- BERS. D. Beley, M. Breen, B. Brunk, B. Carpenter, M. Douds, A. Evans, S. Fazio, B. Finley, M. Fittkau, E. Flanagan, N. Freas, C. Greer, M. Grupp, B. Hartsough, M. Irwin, P. Kelly, D. johns, S. Koetting, L. Lyndes, D. MacQuown, D. Milo, C. Moon, M. Mowrey, A. Russell, L. Nesbitt, S. Schreiner, R. Stacey, I. Swenarton, S. Vetter: B. Wheeler, Woodworth. 57 GIRLS' WAYS AND MEANS Nl IHS 1 1 ,W . SPORTSCASTER BOYS' WAYS AND MEANS REPRESENTATIVES OF GIRLS' WAYS AND MEANS. L. Hanna, S. Rosenberg, D. Scharbrough, Seidelman. REPRESENTATIVES OF BOYS' WAYS AND MEANS. T. Phillips, G. Oates, I. Kaley. SPORTSCASTERS. M. Sullivaxn. Missing from picture: B. Bruegmann. 58 ' Q' SCOREBOARD SQUAD fi, PARKING LOT SQUAD SCOREBOARD SQUAD. ROW 1: D. Lorenz, R. Cox. ROW 2: P. Wilson, I. johnson. ROW 3: 1. McKennan, T. Oifut. PARKING LOT SQUAD. Keifer, I Feinstein, I. Gibbs. 59 PEP CLUBS BLUE DEVILS ROCKETTES. FIRST HOW: B. Outten, L. Schlotter, L. Brozenick, F. Hegyan, S. Saver, I. Wolf, P. Brownlee, W. Pattak, N. Fleming, K. Cosgrove, K. Nomides, I. Schilberg. ROW 2: K. Calabrese, M. DeLeo, K. Cosgrove, B. Henderson, I. Cohen, A. Weintraub, E. Cooke, D. Wyatt, P. Bartram, K. Pabst, D. Smiley, S. Stephens. ROW 3: B. Roche, Griffin, Reed, C. Viola, F. Federici, D. Jurik, C. Welton, M. Phipps, M. Fleming, Wilson, S. Mulert, B. lack. ROW 4: D. Upton, L. Scattaregia, N. Bradley, S. Rile, McNulty, M. Weidl, G. Eppelsheimer, C. Stephens, L. Nicklaus, M. Coughanour, C. Menefee, K. Lucchino. ROW 5: Pozzi, D. Schuch, D. Bellomini, T. Swenson, M. Blair, M. Jennings, W. Bauman, S. Miller, T. Shaw, Iennings, L. F azio, P. Standfest. ROW 6: D. Nicklaus, B. Smith, M. Bayers, M. Terry, M. Harden, B. Ramasini, I. Clark, M. jorden, I. Erickson, K. Laboon, T. Vidmer, P. Granger. ROW 7: I. Ford, P. Loos, L. Prine, L. Calkins, P. Bums, C. Covert, C. Freeherg, S. Danforth, M. Pottinger, L. Erickson. Missing from picture: K. Wichmann. BLUE DEVILS. D. Hawkins, G. Brettholle. 60 A .,.,.. EW f l.....f -ez H I 1, Q ,fs ' K '- 'Q . V- . I 11 I l 'E L kwa, f . 1 5- ,5-, .a , I AI if! .R A . VARSITY CHEERLEADERS I.V. CHEERLEADERS ...J "I am a sparkling, bouncy, spirit-booster, a shouter of cheers, a poster maker. I lead the spectators' in yells and songs. I jump up and down and clap my hands a lot. I smile, even when my stomach aches. I stand out in a crowd, even when I'm not in my gold costume. I'm proud to be a cheerleader. I'm a cheerleader, because I'm proud of Lebof' "I am a Stomper, a dancer, a waving blue and white flash of movement at half-time. From the stands, I'm only seen as a tiny part of the gaiety, precision, and spirit of the Rockettes. I spend hot August days, and foggy fall mornings drilling . . . stick, stick, stick . . . routine after routine. But it's worth the eifort because I care about my school." "I'm a Blue Devil, a clowning, capering portion of the spec- tacle. Or I'm a pep club booster, sign Waver, poster designer, an excited spreader of infectious school spirit. Or maybe I'm a spectator in the stands, watching, screaming, cheering and hoping for my school, my team to win. Pride is contagiousf' "ONE, TWO, TELL ME WHO ARE YOU?" "LEBO!ll', 'ARSITY CHEERLEADERS: CLOCKWISE STARTING AT BOTTOM: K. Souder, M. Parker, B. Kaufman, K. Keim, C. Soroka, D. Schwager, G. Lohman, II. Kunkle, D. Milo. j.V. CHEERLEADERS. ROW 1: N. Kennedy, C. Simpson, N. McLean, M. Detar. ROW 2: D. Fleming, I. Holloway, M. Vieman, L. wenson, M. Moore, BAND lla.: , . 'z I if - A Q 2 'gy' . 1, ' I T'- ' A' 'GF 5 'z 1 A ' A 'SWA 1-' . . . . . A f ' AQV' ' 1 F ' ' - t 7 X U I X1 Pg , i . - ' -f . N 1, . BAND. I. Alexander, S. Andrews, I. Aroesty, L. Baer, P. Baker, P. Bell, B. Bender, I. Berwanger, A. Blackbum, E. Bleiberg, C. Bohden, P. Bonello, P. G. Bradley, T. Brett, B. Brown, R. Brown, C. Cable, M. Caldwell, C. Callahan, M. Carr, D. Champion, S. Champion, N. Charlier, C. Cicchine, R. Clarke Coho, M. Cospel, P. Conroy, B. D'Andries, A. DiFiore, N. Duffy, S. Duffy, D. Dunkel, I. Dyson, D. Eisenbeis, P. Falkowski, B. Fischer, L. Grant, I. B. Hall, P. Hastings, C. Hayes, I. Hinchliffe, I. Hiscott, N. Hollenbeck, M. Hemby, T. Huff, N. Hyzer, P. jameson, T. junker, D. jurik, B. Kanters, S. Kaplal I. Karras, R. Keller, I. Kemper, T. Kemper, I. Kiefer, S. Klaproth, R. Koch. kx K I .5 , I m. , 1 ,I J '-IME, .f . .C O 'C 1' J: VL FTE ' x ,,,,: V J 'Wifi 5 J' v Q xx SSX gs ORCHESTRA MR. YACELLO ORCHESTRA. I Violin: R. Levin, Concertmaster, C. Brown, E. Longini, M. Vater, S. Vetter, E. Jacobson, P. Hyzer, M. Miller, L. Clayton, D. Beley, S jennings, M. Iohston. II Violin: S. Caiferty, principal, L. Sapienza, D. Sparls, L. Gilmore, D. Colker, I. Burkhouse, L. McGill, I. Prine, S. Miller. Viola: K McGeeney, principal, W. Duda, B. Ditrovati, B. Kennon. Cello: F. Benedicty, principal, L. Rouvalis, V. jackson, M. Yest, C. Brungraber, E. Putnam, H Chizeck, I. Rich, C. Bern. Bass: B. Heston, principal, W. Simonds. I Oboe: S. Macoy. 64 Remember the first orchestra assembly you ever attended? As you filed into the auditoritun and took your seat near the front, you may have been a little apprehensive. QYou'd never been much for concertsj Suddenly, the lights dimmed: the strange tuning .oises on stage stopped, and the whole auditorium filled with sound. just then all of the talent, skill, music appreciation, and ears of practice of the young musicians on stage were apparent. You noted how the mood of the assembly changed with the Ilverture in D Major by Shubert to Park Avenue Hoe Down by Siennicki. And watching the faces of the students on stage, 'ou caught their obvious enjoyment. Whoever said concerts are dull was wrong. And for someone who had never cared much or music, you sure went readily to the next assembly and Spring Concert. 'VI . Oboe: I. Andrews, I Clarinet: R. Conroy, C. Cusack, Fisher. II Clarinet: S. Street, B. McHale, I. Shaw. I Flute: P. Bell, K. Yorke, I. Benson. II Flute: I Shaw, D. Schnure. I Trumpet: B. Rosenthal, K. Wilson. II Trumpet: I. Milnor. I Trombone: L. Saul. II Trombone: S. Delano. III Trombone: W. Custavson. uba: D. Anthony. Percussion: D. Michel. Timpani: I. Hirschfield. Piano: I. McGhee, P. Standfest. 65 CHORAL GROUPS You sing in the shower, the bathtub, the kitchen. You hum during class, whistle on the way home from school, and tlill, " la, la" while you rake leaves. You vocally accompany the radio and record player and secretly tape record your voice. Cham are, you're a member of one of the high school's varied choral groups. And if you're not, perhaps you should be, because yc interest and devotion automatically fill the Hrst prerequisites. group of nine poised and talented girls, making up the acclaimed Triple Trio, entertain throughout the city and gain valuables experience necessary for possible singing careers. Vocalists with a specialized interest, the members of Baroque Ch join in singing of pieces from the Post-Renaissance period. For the eager singer, but the singer whose warblings are suitable for the shower, activities choms provides a pleasant outlet and lmpressured enjoyment of singing. Mixed Chorus and Girl's Ensemble offer you a chance to perform at school assemblies and public functions. A carefully selecl 1 I If ig E' 4-TSS: R 9:55 I 1.5, 1? f Q 1 JL Yi. if fx at 's SHOW GROUP .v' gp -'X f 'Z' ..lAp vi GIRLS' ENSEMBLE SHOW GROUP. ROW 1: L. Yanger, P. Close, S. Shumaker, E. Koury, M. Fittkau, W. Rosfeld, W. Keist. ROW 2: I. Gray, L. Cheney, F. Cappelli, l Leatham, M. Cusack. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE. ROW 1: B. Robbins, S. Rhone, V. Wilson, M. Kennedy, C. Gardner, C. Crump, E. Perkins, L. Tarr. ROW C. Moon, M. Karlson, A. Whitelock, L. McCown, L. Paul, I. Schenck, D. Kraft, C. Elder. ROW 3: N. MacDonald, D. Duvall, K. Hess, C. Wiley, L. Shaifa D. Schoewe, E. Lesser. 66 MIXED CHORUS W is . , , . e TRIPLE TRIO MIXED CHORUS. ROW 1: L. Williams, W. Rosfeld, I. Swisher, D. Applin, D. Mitchell, C. Schaefers, L. Shreiher,fK. Johnston, M. Moore, S. Shumaker. B Hill. ROW 2: D. Milligan, L. Bridwell, L. Smith, M. Leatham, C. Ward, B. Andres, L. Yanger, B. Hartsough, M. Cusack, F. Peters, C. Wheeler, F. Cappelli, W. Holt, C. Walker, N. Brewster, M. Neely, B. Wood. ROW 3: K. Pikras, R. Yuxnshon, K. Ross, J. Bodkin, C. Burger, D. Andrews, R. Nicklas, B. Exnack, F. Heg- yan, D. Close, E. Koury, C. Myers, M. Dockum, C. Kennedy, K. josephson, D. Brown, C. Clark, M. Besselman. ROW 4: B. Wheeler, R. Carpenter. I. Stirling, P. jones, M. Portella, W. Keast, K. Hazlett, 1. Cray, E. Cheney, T. Edelstein, P. Santini, M. Hyzer, C. Zinger, M. Fittkau, D. jones, D. Bickel, S. Dahlmann. ROW 5: B. Cissna, M. Phillips, R. March. TRIPLE TRIO. ROW 1: B. Emack, P. Close, F. Hegyan. ROW 2: I. Ryan, F. Peters, K. Philips, T. Edelstein. ROW 3: C. Schaffers, L. Cheney. ROW 4: K. Johnston, B. Hartsough, I... Yanger, M. Cusack. 67 lm gf-4 MOUNTY Tonight Shgw For the first time the Mounty includes. works by teachers as well as by students. The contribution may be a simple seven- teen syllable Haiku, an informal essay, a "to-be-continued" serial, or a nonsense poem, but it is outward expression of inward reaction which makes the Mounty worth reading. In- cluding illustrations and photography, each issue contains care- fully selected pieces, which the editors spend hours reading and choosing. Despite the clutter of posters, lunch bags, books, and paper in the Mounty office, a line literary magazine is produced twice a year, under the guidance of Miss Janice Mellinger. wiv" MOUNTY EDITORS. D. Schlamb, M. Meyer, M. Maddex, B. Stein, C. Schade 2 3 LANTERN EDITOR-IN -CHIEF I LANTERN Working for the Lebanon Lantern includes searching for answers all over the community. Whether trying to question an elusive T.A.A.C. member, interviewing Senator Clark, or writing an editorial about the mock election, the Lantern people gather information and work hard to present it to the readers. Few people believe the behind-the-scenes work that goes into publishing a school newspaper: selling subscriptions, taking pictures, thinking up possible stories, typing, proof reading, Waiting eagerly for the new issues to arrive, and finally stuffing and distributing. Oh, and, of course, those make-up sessions, which sometimes rim till 12:00 midnight, are a part of all the rush. What satisfaction when every- thing is done, only to start all over again for next month's issue! ANTERN AND DEVILLETTE EDITORS. SITTING: S. Frank, D. Benatan, L. Simon, S. Schreiner, C. Schade. STANDING: L. Fazio, S. Rosecrans, T. I3iFiore, T. Sgro. LANTERN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kathi Kimmick LOC LOG EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 3w3:5Q5::"r' ssgwrf m BUSINESS STAFF LOC EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS. ROW 1: Seidelman, C. Barr, C. Koegler, Franklin, R. Permar. ROW 2: M. Mooney, Hiscott. PHOTOGRAPH STAFF. HOW 1: E. Harding, T. DiFiore. ROW 2: K. jenkins. ROW 3: D. Thomas, J. Iudkis. ROW 4: D. Haramick, P. Roberts. BUSINESS STAFF. 1. Cohe M. Cajka, A. Cohen, B. Collela, B. Stein, E. Bleiberg. 70 ."'N. tl. sn ,W . . fwfmfff, 4 E , fm ,V iz x , - ,R i 7 I ' L: v, E J , ,I 2, ,L THE SOUND OF MUSIC The Sound of Music played to a "full-house" on three con- secutive nights as audiences thundered their applause for the Mt. Lebanon High School choral production. The use of a double cast, one starring Molly Youngling, the other led by Mary jolly, as Maria Von Trapp, only doubled the excite- ment and effort which went into the presentation of the lively musical. Everything about the play rated: the scenery Cranging from tl1e Austrian Alps to a terrace view and ball- roomj, the choreography, the orchestral accompaniment, the costuming, and the publicity. The efforts of everyone con- cerned With any facet of the production made the play memorable and outstanding. ,Z V Q'-R -.', S-1 'Wx ax' fi Q CASTS. Maria Rainierg M. jolly, M. Youngling, Mother Abessg L Cheney K Iohnston Captain Georg von Trapp I Liebman R Nicklaus LIGSI 'Egfr P. Close, P. Scoggins, Rolf Grubeeg F. Capelli, D. Waltz, Elsa Schraederg B. Wheeler, D. Fitzgibbons, Max Detweilerg P. Jacobson, M. Leatham 73 I SEE HOW THEY RUN "' "-' --4-5--ff -. 4, ,,. qjL.'3i?i -V ' Y '..vg, S Q i , 5 . 5 xc. uf " WK S Q L in 1 n vi' CAST MEMBERS. Ida, K. jenkinsg Miss Skillon, L. Cheneyg Reverend Lionel Toop, I. Murrellg Penelope Toop, B. McGaheyg Corporal Clive Winton, R Keller, The Intruder, T. Sgrog Bishop of Lax, E. Iosephsong Reverend Arthur Humphrey, D. Faulkner, Sergeant Towers, S. MacDonald. 74 The news breaks over the P.A.: the senior class play will be See How They Run. "You gonna try out?" "I dunno, are you?" "I dunno." Tryouts: sign-up . . . readings . . . first Elimination: the crazy things Mr. Myers makes you do. The boys have to drag the girls across the stage and the girls have to throw their arms around the boys. A little embarrassing, but fun. Final eliminations: reading for parts . . . waiting, hoping, praying! "I just know I didn't make it." But you do! Next comes the memorizations, repetitions, and the rehearsals plus blocking, leaming through correction, and trying to master a British accent with the help of an authentic English exchange student. Homework suffers as play rehearsals last far into the night. Behind the scenes, costume committee, make- up committee, stage crew, scenery squad - all work to per- fect props and techniques. Then more rehearsals and more blocking. Putting yourself into the part, pulling yourself out. In . . . out. Dress rehearsal. Opening night. And finally presentation. Once . . . twice . . . cast party . . . and it,s over. The scenery comes down. The costumes are packed and shipped, the special effects, removed. The stain of the make-up finally wears off. It's over and the stage looks barren, but you still hear the thunderous applause, the yelling, the congratulations. For you, opening night will last forever. h 5 T Y'- fx Y , 9 . PRODUCTION STAFF. Student Directorg M. Kmec, Scenic Designers: K. Rector, K. Reeves, Production Staff, N. Martini, B. Swiecicki, A. Harrison Iohnston, K. Kimmick, D. Bickel, E. Marian, C. Rooney, B. Rickee, A. Weintraub. . Q 5 fh It g t I-,,..-I , ,-1. -Ov , .yi Qi , . Q 1 ,gtg . ? 'NI s.3 A ' if? ,Q ,, 13' The Thespians' Backstage presentation of "A Thurber Carnivaln delighted audiences with a cross section of skits depicting the many-sided talents and humor of James Thurber, The 'KLaugh-in" introduction immediately commanded the attention of everyone, but this was merely the beginning of a rewarding experience. Eric josephson's hilarious appearance as the wolf, Mr. Preeble's fDon Faulknerj designs to bury his wife fLiz Cheneyj in the cellar, I. Alfred Murrell's vain petitions to his publishers, in "File and F orgetf' to stop sending him Grandma was a Nudist and his very own rendition of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty highlighted the evening. And few can forget Thurber's thoughtful reflection upon man in "The Last Flower," as well as the simplicity and beauty of his own sketches. The versatile Thespians gave a truly memorable performance. S. Shepherd, G. Woodhouse. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR. Mr. Myers. MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT. Mr. Myers, Mr. Bianco, C. Anderson, C Myers, B. Simonds. 77 'E ,M ,,. " , N Lf Ti .vu 'W 2 -ff , , A A ,HM , X I-Rgx V A - s , . 'i ' , ' ' . ,-fp, , 1'4" , ,, U ' . 1 " - ' LJ 44' I. gl-"Vw -' fqifg 44an,fgg1S' f fl I 1. - Fl - , 5 If i 225. mf- T -69" . , :cl - U I ' 1 '5 . + w:f. ,+f -new .wh-., 'V W5 ,uf ,P L . I y , I . J ff? 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H ww ,xp ' l' .4 . .ox-Q1-J?i1'ikC. fkbmu'-0 1-, 2' jr 4 , ., 'M' v . r . g4 " 1 xlnfvf. ,M .--...qv-r-u-cus - ' X.:- Q55' f' 4 9 - W 1 vw N fy" 1 U . . X , Q.. ww x? 'A M - 1' r - .! J .fvpj ,- . 4173 41' Vs , ' fi t if' . , Q F 'n Q ' .' ."' A' I A9 Q91 V x 1 V1 , rf 4 'f . . - s I' I r e 'I '4 " ' ' . 's " Y, tl , f V. 'J .Q ' ..- -'s . L 5- ' "i ui' , . '- e - 1 f-Q4. s,4f Q 1 ' w .. -i, X .-4. -1 ' 3,513 '7 'yr kr fg ' s W. 0 ,- 3 r .' 4 EKJPEUDLJCHKES 10-01 Miss McClure. FRONT ROW: M. Bayer, F. Maedinger, 1. Keltz, D. Fleming, M. Egal, D. Charles, T. Rafferty. ROW 2: D. Michel, D. Lasley, N. Kobelak, W. Billanti, D. Hobbs, D. Cameron. ROW 3: 1. Cirincioni, K. Alcorn, L. Schwartz, R. Lohman, M. Doherty, A. Iurik. ROW 4: C. Boyer, B. Robbins, S. Upcraft. ROW 5: M. Moore, F. Dreifuss, M. Liftman, F. Canova, I. Hampson, G. Olson. ROW 6: D. Housley, H. Fisher, G. McHugh, D. Compel, R. Saul. 10-02 Mrs. Paul. FRONT ROW: B. Mallicote, D. Fellows, H. Patterson, L. Clayton, D. Fotinos, L. Clark, E. Sarver. ROW 2: K. Ross, S. Miller, A. Morris, L. Aldisert, M. Updegrolf, C. Dell, E. Mock. ROW 3: T. Watkins, H. Zolot, C. Seitz, E. Hellman, 1. O'Hara, G. Cohen, D. Porco, T. Mautz, E. Bonanno. ROW 4: B. Wilson, C. Sweterlitsch, W. jones, R. Edwardson, D. Hall, D. Satterfield. ROW 5: D. Biggs, I. Houck, D. Lazear, R. Stein, D. Bliss, G. Bogart. 'I n :JA l : -2 , x ' ",.,iI,,iif'5g- 1 " ., -115.7 . .1" ' ' 10-02 Everything is new when you're a sophomore. Oh sure, on orientation day you mee the student congressoificers, Hnd out what high school is ureallyv like, and get a Hv minute tour around the building. But once you,re here you forget everything yo were supposed to remember, you're totally lost. It's rough when you find yourse assigned to room 505 and there's no fifth floor. It's rougher when you lind it take you six minutes to get from the south gym to the third floor and you have to mak it in live. Slowly but surely you begin to learn your way around and at last can say 6505? Oh, that's the Drivers' Ed. room." That crazy, mixed-up rotating schedul doesn't even confuse you. Now, you really belong! I I 80 I 10-03 Mr. Goff. FRONT ROW: B Carden, G. Stewart, D. Saxton, R. Grace K. Mancini, L. Shaffer, M. Lacey, C Vincelette, C. Parmley, B. Ruth, A Whitelock, B. Olsen, M. Karlson, I Ventresca, M. Miller, Friday, N Mitchell, S. Clarke, G. Bird, R. Lorenzato S. Peck, D. Harbaugh, I. Corbett, M Fitzgerald, L. Wolf, I. Stewart, R McKenna. 10-04 Mrs. Bianco. FRONT ROW: M Piscioneri, L. Phillips, M. Calasimo, Russell, I. Bitner, P. Smith, L. Linsley, I V Heron. ROW 2: S. Street, E. Dirrovati, D jennis, I. Brennan, K. Hess, S. Stolzer, B Standfest, H Hendrix, P. Cinder, P. Bregman, I. Dixon, L. Baer. ROW 3: D. Harler, I. Greene, L. Reynolds, D. Sullivan, S. Critser, M. Flora. ROW 4: I Wells, D. Atherton, R. McKenny, S. Francis, K. Wood. ROW 5: R. Perella, A. Ionnachione, R. Tenc-J1, C. Bishop. 10-05 Miss Dean. FRONT ROW: E. Roundtree, L. Bridwell, R. Douglass, P. Lorenz, D. Herold, M. Boyd, ROW 2: L. Moss, D. Greber, S. Iennings, B. Dixon. ROW 3: I. Schindler, M. Pickholtz, K. Rucker, P. Kovach, M. Miller, I. Wolf, C. Stetzer, M. Wlant. ROW 4: P. Tchirkow, I. Mathis, W. Holt, D. Bailey, A. Maniet, R. Clarke. ROW 5: M. Roach, F. McWilliams, G. Ackerman, M. Frank, M. Harvey, R. Cruikshank. s s 10-06 Mrs. Cussler. FRONT ROW: C. Engelbret, M. Yost, K. Eckstrom, C. Loehr, C. Caldwell, N. Tilton. ROW 2: I. Franke, P. Bogdon, A. Ianto, M. Hastings, B. Kowalski, C. Hager. ROW 3: Kramer, D. Baker, S. Iacobs, B. Cusick, B. Meneilly. ROW 4: D. Rothermel, T. Schneider, I. Clatty, D. Pitney. 10-07 Mrs. Zacur. FRONT ROW: K. Thorpe, I. Mack, R. Schaefer, M. Yee, L. Tarr, M. Onett, L. Olszewski, L. Abraham. ROW 2: Fenton, M. Burello, B. Young, G. Dellapino, D. Hodges, K. julian, I. Lampert, T. Ward, I. Beachler, P. Hegeman, R. Sahar. ROW 3: H. Cray, E. Shapiro, D. Duvall, B. Brewer, Prine, B. jones, H. Sutherland, I. Guehl, I. Burkhouse, C. Altman. 10-08 Miss Thorpe. FRONT ROW: L. Ehrllich, N. Hofrichter, M. Iunker, L. Brown, B. Wood, S. Grosso, S. Drossman, M. McNally. ROW 2: Terry, S. Sutter, S. Hough, K. Montague, R. Yamshon, N McDonald, S. Qweenan. ROW 3: M Sachs, T. Mikus, B. Hignett, I. Orr, I. Bugay, D. Cray. BOW 4: Davis, G. Wagner, I. Sheppard, B. Alexy, G. Lambl, C. Grego, B. Bartlett, 1, VVholey. 10-06 10-07 82 10-08 xi f!'?F? ,F 10-09 10-10 241:21 ?u1L--1 10-11 10-09 Miss Magura. FRONT ROW: B. Driscoll, L. Lyndes, C. Brungraber, L. McGill, L. Swenson, I. Holloway, C. Kakitsis, M. Fedigan. ROW 2: D. Iackson, I. Bmsh, B. Kaczorowski, P. Mooney, C. Grogan, L. Wilson, S. Schlamb, R. Raimondo, P. Monger. ROW 3: I. Pollum, S. Albelda, T. Maclntyre, V. Bamhart, R. jones, I. LaMark, L. Paja.k, R. Ulmer, W. Metzger. ROW 4: T. Grance, D. Colker, I. Davies, T. Bouyoucas, C. Seltzer, D. Terek, M. Martin, F. Lacock, R. Vetter, B. Rutherfoord. 10-10 Mr. Ruth. FRONT ROW: I Zimmerman, K. Menke, H. Hageman, E Perkins, S. Sleyman, L. Towner, Troy. ROW 2: I. Reich, D. Schnure, B. Blake D. Manduzio, S. Ewing, 1. Moore, B Kennon. ROW 3: A. Pace, P. jones, I Bollinger, D. Merrell, P. Falkowski, F. Labutis. ROW 4: C. Thomburgh, T. Bamhart, I. Gething, E. Dapper, I Marshall, M. Aickelin, I. Freund. 10-11 Mr. Sunseri. FRONT ROW: C. Broderick, K. Taylor, C. Sullivan, F. Loxtennan, C. Will, I. Howie, M. Palka, T. Cardamone. ROW 2: P. Neal, C. Hillegass, S. Ferguson, D. Schmidt, L. Donahue, A. Minneci. ROW 3: I. Weatherell, D. Seiferth, I. Wenger, L. McCown, N. Greigaum. ROW 4: T. Berry, A. Leonard, R. Hackman, McKenna, H. Cable, D. Daniells. ROW 5: S. Bankey, D. Riley, I. Fitzwilliam, E. Songdahl, I. Moretti, I. Drozynski. 222545 5:5 - is Ya N -'ff max . 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A-L nf , -4 ' 5- - , 1 --' gg ,V , W, M "' ' ' ' 3 ug -v4---1--- 1-..,!'-'q.'-QV 84 0 al ef I N n. ' "" -. :. ' . .X 's-s,I . I f 1' J s '- ,Li Q f V Y . 1 M fi e -.4 S' ,QM V Q, fig 1. ll' '.l1fzi,-fr, - ' , '. Qhagzr, 2 .. 1 , "- in 21:75 .iN9:3g,,.,fxL::v,L.-.f..1'1 'Y '.J'.1 - iff" H W H 1 LL4 L j A Imaginary numbers, discovery of DNA, Vietnam, a piece of bubblegum 85 10-12 Miss Billingsley. FRONT ROW: A Tumpson, C. Carr, D. Schoewe, S. Rhone s A. Fleming, S. Zoller, E. Faisant, S. Koetting. ROW 2: L. Wells, Karras, Bematos, D. Erickson, D. Hankin, B. Unger, L. Pegan, I. Cunningham, K. W. Gustavson, W. Lemster, D. Critelli, L. Moore, C. Highberger. ROW 4: A. Solomon, T. Armstrong, R. Dometto, C. Fitzgibbons, M. Seidenstricker, T. Rice, 1. Metheny. ROW 3: M. Stephens, T. Watts Milton. 10-13 Miss Lenk. FRONT ROW: P. Perry, A. Mathison, S. Weidt, N. Kennedy, N. Gillette, L. Nethery, M. Henry. ROW 2: B. Boss, M. Marshall, I. Nardi, M. Fletcher, S. Baer. ROW 3: E. Bellce, G. Smith, N. Hollenbeck, P. Cullen, I. Wehner, B. Bums, R. Grubbe ROW 4: T. Reilly, R. Fiedler, L. McCa.ffe11y, D. Snefsky, K. Nicholson, I. Weiner, S. Croft, B. Kanters, I. Milner, M. Watts, R. Leicht, D. Dom, I. Schwartz, I. Cramer, I. Lencher, P. Applegate. 10-12 10-13 -3 l J 1 l '. ,1 10-14 Mr. Stanish. FRONT ROW: M. Henenbrink, P. Myers, C. Wiley, F. Peter, P-. Barlow, K. Kountz, N. Martin. ROW 2: C. Simpson, B. Crow, I. Shaw, S. Allen, S. McCarthy, M. Mewry, L. Lewine. ROW 3: M. George, S. Elder, I. Comelia, H. Wa.:-dell, W. Fleming, M. Brigham. ROW 4: 1. Bechert, L. Dipietra, P. Sapienza, C. Ferguson, W. Coughaneur. ROW 5: F. Kane, D. Weezerak, I. Klivex, P. Gri1Hn, T. Miller. N v-,X -EA 0 L ,y.f , .,. it 5 - '52 ia .f 1 " 1 l w 1 10-14 o f 531 fifgas wt . ,x5'1.g- -, Ta fr-""x 'L ' 'www 1 L F: vi v, 'Q .M ., .C W va ,, .-A. . ' t 'W' nfs. , Qhmiig 86 If ' . I 10-15 Mr. Kaczorowski. FRONT ROW: C. Peterson, I. Fisher, V. Wilson, R I M Morwitz, A. Kountz, I. Fleming, Hinchliffe, ROW 2: L. Weber, Tiemey, B. Souza, B. Levin, B. Baskin, M Mustin, C. Gardner. ROW 3: K. Hoff, D Levine, D. Dillman, M. Robinson, I Aroesty, C. Kelly, C. Wheeler, K. Sevy ROW 4: K. Spates, D. Danko, B Drummond, T. Wright, P. Conroy, W Calland, H. Blair, F. Flury, I. Hager. 10-16 Mrs. Adamson. FRONT ROW: G. Ba.hm, Connelly, I. Patterson, K. Levin, B. Shonberg, C. Cook. ROW 2: I. Blackshaw, C. Beatty, B. Finley, A. Guest, M. Moore, A. Marsalek. ROW 3: S. Gabriel, A. Himmelrich, S. Phipps, L. Murphy, P. Vinscavich, R. Rosecrans. ROW 4: K. Dash, S. Lucas, D. Dundas, S. Messer. ROW 5: S. Morton, I. Frederick, D. Kemmerer, I. Haller. I l 10-17 Miss Land FRONT now: C. Symons, C. Manion, M. Compel, A. Furlin, N. Rydberg, M. Viehman, D. Woolf, P. Comerford, B. Carson. ROW 2: S. Macoy, H. Pieger, E. Barker, A. Shrut, C. Bem, Hillemann. ROW 3: D. Mihaly, A. Kindler. ROW 4: C. Delano, D. Asbury, C. Hankey, B. Rosenthal, S. Willcock, I. Homby, I. Boyd, C. Starr, D. Earley, A. Wicks. 10-18 Mr. Barclay. FRONT ROW: C. Crump, K. Siker, D. O'Brien, M. Smith v A. Beatty, P. Piltz. ROW 2: C. Nasser, A. Bavis, D. Lowe, T. McMillian, N. Fuhrer, C. McArther. ROW 3: B. Rudick, A. Hosford, S. Worcester, G. Grabow, I. Labash, B. Stem. ROW 4: J. Willen, C. Matesic, R. Brett, S. Kurtz, S. Eiler, I. Hardy. ROW 5: 1. Astbury, S..Devenyi, E. Nickolas, S. Souder, K. Kinsley, B. Buckley, S. Eiler, D. Champion, M. Gaggin. 10-19 Mr. Oesterich. FRONT ROW: M. O'Conner, ,P. Hyzer, L. Nassikas, S. Markley, D. Brytula, E. Oberlin, L. Smith, B. Kochj ROW 2: M. Bevilacqua, D. Weiner, L. Grafton, C. Laird, M. McClure, T. Klapproth, R. Devlin. ROW 3: A. Blackbum, L. Yocum, C. Saloman, T. Harold, M. Cusack, R. Spangler, P. Worley. ROW 4: Stitt, A. Brown, Manning, B. Megan, A. Augenstein, R. Hussing, G. Chang. 10-20 Mr. Gaertner. FRONT ROW: I. Block, T. Smith, K. Daley, D. Reynolds, C. Nazmack, G. jacobe, S. Hall, M. Laign, R. Decarlucci. ROW 2: F. Bjalovok, 1. Masiello, S. Olsen, V. Peluso, K. Yorke, I. Gibel, V. McFeeters, I. Moidel, B. Barcic. ROW 3: R. Willson, N. Chute, Sortino, C. March, M. Welch, L. Dreven, D. Obrien, D. Kotsh, I. Whiting. ROW 4: Brown, C. Evans, L. Gerstenberger, A. Sprague, D. Sullivan, I. Ruhling, F. Haudenshied. M hike? lgxvifsiv Yu.-FY 10-21 .4 .fi 10-22 RTX, 10-21 Mrs. Oelschlager. FRONT ROW: F. Besselman, D. Bryant, D. Mastrolembo, 1. Hanan, M. Detar, L. Gilmore. ROW 2: K. Bonelli, S. Blattner, S. Henderson, C. Olson, N. Southworth, I. Newbourne. ROW 3: M. Jacoby, L. Mclntosh, K. Robb, M. Ferrell. ROW 4: P. Pikulin, D. Dunkle, H. Leadforcl, C. Neishloss, L. Marsh, C. Wehner, W. Santoro, R. Henry. ROW 5: Standish, A. South, S. Welsh, F. Ferris, D. Greene. ROW 6: G. Jones, Lantz, W. Suydarn, P. Smythe, D. Cohen, M. Young. 10-22 Mr. Bergman. FRONT ROW: B. Kurtz, B. Coblentz, B. Yenke, T. Whittington, I. Marlowe, M. Douglas, D, Helmick. ROW 2: M. Zacchero, M. Block, S. Roden, L. Welton, K. Dibrell, N. Brandt, I. Deul. ROW 3: D. Dundics, G. Howe, L. Gingrow, C. jameson, I. Maykranz, R. Woolfe, L. Henry, H. Sperling, L. Spooner, L. Paul. ROW 4: L. Sullivan, D. Moritz, R. Gleason, D. Salvatora, P. Spring, B. Brunner, H. Perry, K. Wilson, I. Baughman. Sophomores missing from homeroom pictures: FRONT ROW: D. Charles, C. Brenner, K. McQuade, C. Hanna, N. MacLean, ROW 2: B. Weiner, D. Kraft, M. Johnston, S. Queenan, K. Ross, L. Henry, L. Kalla, M. Kennedy, I. Maykrantz, M. Detar, S. Oliver, B. Shoemaker. ROW 3: T. Connor, P. Conroy, H. Stahl, A. Hutchinson, D. Lazear, I. Rucker. 9 w 90 l 1 Y U""F'5"' Xe T ll , ai Si 1 1 1' ,iiiiifgiiii V N E 11 whirl 2 - 1 '."u. w. ,'wwH " 'mmm M:-' it N Pffcif 1 . M "H U" ' - ' .igllizfk l HV iH:fL1f V -' . n , - . Q. f,-a5:31f:Wf5W' i 1 -' ' T :A 2153. ., .,:,::.gr.vf 'Q 1 ,I-,fp ri.1::ii".f-ll'S?t1- 1. 241191: JV. H'-:L . -Ep-"-'4"w.1,, '73, vs 5 ' p-:--5-qi-', -iff' -gg'j .l,., ,.lg5:,:nj- - - ,V i -91 "Everyone bring in your boxesf' You think it is just a joke. But when you arrive at the baseball field on Thursday night, you rea- lize you've never seen so many boxes all in one place before. Ev- eryone is huddled together, trying to keep warm. Finally, the fire is lit. At first you don't think it will stay lit because of the steady rain. But it gets brighter and bigger imtil it seems you ca.n't see the top. You're so hot you have to move back to keep from getting burned. Then someone starts sing- ing and everyone joins in. You form a circle around the fire and dance and cheer. The flame slowly begins to die down, along with your spirit. Even the rain seems wetter, and you suddenly realize youire damp and cold. As you climb into your car and t1u'n on the heater, you keep saying, "I've never seen so many boxes before." JUNIORS 11-01 Mr. Herschl. FRONT ROW: B Brown, M. Parker, M. DeLeo, L. Rosenfelder, L. Iannacahione, Molinaro, M. jordan. ROW 2: K. Kelly, S. Rodden, V. Ullmann, P. McCallum, D. Bretthole, M. Parker, C. Morton, ROW 3: T. Herrington, M. McKiernan, M. Pantelich, C. Frank, S. Taylor. ROW 4: K. Bemotas M. Golightly, M. Donohue, ROW 5: D. Davis, M. Miller, P. Larsan, K. Horowitz, D. Hughes. 11-02 Mr. Goodwin. FRONT ROW: I Staley, I. Iennings, C. Colver, P. Hastings, R. Hoskins. ROW 2: K. Fuhrer, C. Spangler, B. Beckman, N. Weiler, A. Heinrich, E. Longini. ROW 3: S. Greene, R. Sperling, A. Murley, D. Wilson, T. Carlin, I. Contes, C. Cicchino, P. Connelly. 11-01 11-02 8:00 . . . you meet with the Student Art Committee. 8:15 . . . Student Congre 10:45 . . . you spend study hall typing for the Lantern. 3:20 . . . you sell can outside the Actixdties Office. 3:30 . . . you climb upstairs to an F.H.A. meetin Somewhere in between clubs, committees, and publications you find time sandwich in a few periods of school work. Evenings, you gab on the phone wi friends, discussing other friends and what to do this weekend. You wear your cl ring proudly and scream "juniors" loudest in cafeteria pep rallies. You've stopp worrying about the newness of high school and haven't started worrying abo college. Everything is settled, secure, and comfortable . . . till next September. 92 I .Z-.J .ff mil'- ' ,Iv 11-03 A' ffxqv' 4-f z. it if-L' - a .4 1 5 ,' " 'Q-Q, .X , 'U .:4.f. . "Q ' s -wf, Lp wi :iff 11-04 'Wil 11-05 11-03 Mrs. Kaliden. FRONT ROW: B Willison, K. Pikras, V. DeCarlucci, L Peresman, S. Johnston, M. Cajka. ROW 2 C. johnson, G. Walker, C. Camarinos, R Curry, S. Andrews, B. Duffy. ROW 3: P Oermann, G. Bames, L. Kasper, L. Saul D. Anderson, B. Swager. ROW 4: I Welinsky, I. Ceraud, R. Hampton, R Romanetti, Hauth, Hiscott. 11-04 Mr. Stacey. FRONT ROW: P. Loos, K. Walker, C. Bohrer, C. Mercer, I Bastian, M. Kambouris, M. Klein, B McDowell, D. Bradley, C. Wiehn, B Norton, S. Davison, T. George, D Bennett, I. Ton, I. Franklin, C. Martin, I Carducci, F. Ottino, C. Miner, C. Soroka B. Roche, S. Laster. 11-05 Mr. Clark. FRONT ROW: A. Evans, R. Deramo, V. McLaren, L. Porach, I. Battaglia, N. Fleming. ROW 2: A. Coughenour, Tannenbaum, M. McGough, I. Gorman, I. Dyson, D. Milligan, M. Pottenger. ROW 3: D. Clingerman, B. Fisher, P. Muscarella, D. Trisler, D. MacQuoron. ROW 4: M. Lester, B. Cunningham, T. Koszarsky, I. Homor, T. Massella. . Q 11-06 Mr. Held. FRONT ROW: A. Martinez, B. Myers, L. Schlotter, D. Simon, M. Danko, D. Harmon. ROW 2: L. Pugh, M. Dowds, I. Stewart, S. Kelly, W. Classner, B. jack, K. Disque. ROW 3: C. Barr, J. Gawron, S. Correnti, I. Gabel, S. Talbert, M. Zwinggi, I. Palka, G. Kramer, D. Schaefer. ROW 4: K. Burk, B. Hardie, T. Smith, I. Goray, B. Sutherland, B. McHale. 11-07 Mr. jones. FRONT ROW: B. Henderson, N. Swope, M. Pearce, C. Cox, L. Rouvalis, R. Stewart. ROW 2: C. Hayes, C. Somogyi, B. Hartsough, S. McCully, P. Standfast, P. Fiedler. ROW 3: B. Robbins, R. Horvath, B. Riddell, F. Cappelli, B. Fisher, B. Gregory, J. Patton, R. Rampton, T. Farrell. 11-08 Mr. Meyers. FRONT ROW: P. Coleman, I. Nelson, M. Terry, B. Smith. ROW 2: M. Lewis, D. Stone, L. Fazio, B. McMillan, C. Stout, I. Swenarten. ROW 3: B. Shoemaker, L. Schwartz, P. Iackson, S. Bonnet, D. Zotis. 11-06 11-07 11-08 . xii Ei? '2mi5f"'i "" .-H 4 ri wr 11-09 H 5 4:1 1, 11-10 V... ,I.,!,.iI JN E 53 . - iz. 1, 5 1 f 'g . ,. ,.. : J ,, il V l ,m l - 'ir Ml M ,--'f 1'.'-f'fF- V. ,--.1ff','-.1 -1.1 5 1, Um. V .- ..l.n. ' .: .7 ' fall , ' 1-11, Y .. :xi gf: 1' gl w,.':' 1.5. sf. ' ...M 13.15. I KA :Lg N,-ffvgl .325 V., ..-,Mr A , si z-"-1-",: '.a,i, Q! f '13 Pg 'FQ 45. ,xl qr.fea.vq Y- 52.43 15" 11-09 Mrs. Rinne. FRONT ROW: L Brozenick, 1. McGinnis, N. Lascheid, P Pade, M. Besselrnan, D. Hooten, R Dunbar. ROW 2: A. McMahon, I. Evans C. Clark, C. Arbenz, C. Armentrout, S Stem, B. Lambl. ROW 3: D. Mangan, C Oliver, R. Cox, I. Marshall, D. Gray, R Lawrence, C. Wheeler, L. Bunch, C Hazlett, A. Sibert, I. Edwards. 11-10 Mr. Lohr. FRONT ROW: P. jones, L. Oppenheim, D. Barson, Z. Snyder, S. Ritz, K. Baum, K. Cosgrove, I. Clark, M. Blair, I. Reed. ROW 2: T. Hulf, T. Heberling, C. Kennedy, H. Hall, B. Froelich, L. Nesbitt, B. Caldwell. ROW 3: I. junker, L. Huber, R. Conroy, H. Chizeck, T. DiFiore, P. Harms, 1. Mathis, R. Morrenow. 11-11 Mrs. Zappa. FRONT ROW: I. Stirling, S. Kall, L. Hindmarsh, R. Raguso, M. Corin, M. Wick, A. Angelacci. ROW 2: H. Chivers, I. McLaughlin, M. Geist, L. Grant, D. Scharbrough, M. Popp. ROW 3: N. Graham, D. Bitters, D. Hoffman, K. Happe, S. Shields, D. Smiley. ROW 4: B. Hill, T. Olfutt, W. Bosley, Dietrich, G. Nelson, I. McCarty, D. Mihaly, B. Carpenter, W. Watson, I. Murray. If all you get out of Emerson is one new thought, one new idea, isn't that enough? li h nn 'I EV 96 Siren, Hy-vw ' , fl-nf Q 4-4'1" WN w 4 11-12 Miss Nesbitt. FRONT ROW: j. Callaway, K. Donahoe, I. Woodworth, A. Accetta, C. Koegler, C. Flint, S. Vetter. ROW 2: K. Weaver, K. Scarlett, L. Hirsch, C. Moon, S. Rosenberg, N. Freas, H. Wilson. ROW 3: E. Root, P. Hofrichter, M. O'Leary, E. Croxson, S. Donohue. ROW 4: Hileman, D. Anthony, I. Killeen, D. Murr, ROW 5: G. Smith, W. Guy, C. Andersen, W. Landman, Walker, R. Frank. 11-13 Miss Manning. FRONT ROW: A. Auslander, E. Azen, B. Charters, E. Lesser, S. Parker, I. Bodkin, I. Stolzer, K Nomides. ROW 2: B. Kaufman, R Masiello, K. Phillips, F . Kricos, Hofmann, P. Freund, I. Oxenreiter, I B Wheeler. ROW 3: P. Soisson, D. Howard P. Roach, S. Schreiber, W. Young, F Taylor, M. Challenger, Miss Manning. ROW 4: K. Hazlett, D. Kimmel, B Kodish, I. Fortwaugler, P. Koemer, A. Camiola, D. Wissell. 11-14 Miss Hay. FRONT ROW: S. Belle, D. Beatty, S. Guiney, P. Blackbum, M. Swartz, P. Cuttrone, B. Wutten, M. Tipping, Tischuk. ROW 2: W. Bower, W. Bianco, P. Kelly, N. Ross, C. Netter, K. Steven, D. Iurik, P. Santini. ROW 3: E. Sargent, I. Marovic, P. Barger, B..Beck. a 11-12 ll 11-13 l 11-14 '21, I 'vi E fre ' A 1 ' l I' 114 t 1 .1 fl.f-fw 1 N ' l 'mai--lf ll- , ' 1 fl I f f ' l ' fl K f A ,- N-4 I at ILM gtg! " 1 331 ff . ' 'L 3 ' 11-15 - ' -- ..:::aE-, Fu. I . 11-16 7-B 11-17 11-15 Mrs. Troup. FRONT ROW: B. Dinning, I. Wiley, S. Smyth, S. Aronson, S. Barcic, M. Gordon. ROW 2: M. Harden, S. Daly, I. Wagner, Weinstein, I. Barclay, D. Delehanty. ROW 3: G. Minerd, C. Zinger, H. La.Rue, C. Hepper, I. Siegel, Gallagher. ROW 4: B. Cissna, I. Hughes, E. Graziano. 11-16 Miss Curtis. FRONT ROW: Cohen, M. Kazalas, N. Kane, M. Briner, I. Murphy, B. Emack. ROW 2: C. Meagher, I. Behrend, P. Favish, M. Mooney, M. Bayers, D. Brown, L. Yanger, C. Scott, C. Edgar. ROW 3: D. Fassinger, K. Brown, K. Solomon, R. Stechschulte, R. Sharkey, R. Bartlett, C. Smith, G. Zemba, 1. Kerber, T. Appelbe, R. Belluominj, R. Miller. ll-17 Miss Birris. FRONT ROW: C. jones, C. Viola, F. Hegyan, L. Brenner, G. Hubbard, C. Doherty, M. Morgans. ROW 2: M. Simcik, K. Sheply, L. Schreiber, I. Galley, I. McGhee, D. Dunker, D. Reilly. ROW 3: P. Crosby, G. Bartage, D. Waltz, I. Findley, M. Vater, K. .Aikin, D. Crotchett, D. Critelli, T. Stevenson, W. Stem, L. Lerman. 11-18 Mr. Black. FRONT ROW: D. Stein, S. Harvell, I. Hampe, C. Covert, K. Pabst, C. Cusack, C. Welton, S. Crothers. ROW 2: M. Carr, C. Sargent, V. Bametzrieder, N. Bonaros, C. Ryan, M. Engel, C. Martin, D. jones, L. Clement, C. Hanna. ROW 3: B. Stout, P. Nelson, Wyerman, C. Shoemaker, R. Skwarecki. 1ll19 Mr. Vroble. FRONT ROW: K. Calabrese, I. Benson. L. Maiorano. E. Cook, P. Bucey, C. Coho. ROW 2: R. Serokis, A. Barone, D. Johnston, A. Kersting, T, Williams, M. Sullivan. ROW 3: B. Long, B. Stetzer, D. Walsh, R. Speer, B. Fluke, j. Shaw, B. johnson, R. Holzshu. 11-20 Miss Hill. FRONT ROW: L. Nelson, I. Finelli, R. Hirsh, I. Langue, C. Adamiec, R. Paterson, H. Phillips. ROW 2: C. Menefee, M. Briner, K. Kelly, B. Bortz, M. Fittkau, D. Ali, D. Scott, M. Walters, M. Bellissimo, I. Leitch, N. Charlier, D. McCarthy, M. Grupp, S. Mars, M. Meyers, K. Wilson, T. Reilly, I. Procter. 11-18 F. 'uw 11- 11-20 YJAI-V V Qi: 11-21 LE. 9' -:L-. I 1 1-22 11-21 Mr. Pitcock. FRONT Row: A. McCandless, L. Stiefel, D. Beley, P. jones, I. Griilin, S. Stephens, N. Sachs, R. Permar, D. Branagan, M. Spelar, T. Bell. ROW 2: C. Burger, F. Barnes, R. Nicklas, M. Moore, K. Olson, G. Palin, M. Leatham, C. Bon. 11-22 Mr. Manion. FRONT ROW: D Nicklaus, M. Steitz, B. Winters, S Cafferty, P. Callahan, I. Leaver. ROW 2 K. Luchiuo, M. Bonelli, K. Keim, I C-riH'in, S. Gratz, K. Forbes, I. Phillips ROW 3: A. Purbrick, I. Ganzar, D. Hicks T. Dailey, K. Worden, W. Pattak, D Thompson. ROW 4: D. Appel, D. Watts, D. Welsh, D. O'Connor, C. Hoffman, M Radasky, H. Curzer, C. Pascarella, T Kennedy. Iuniors missing for homeroom pictures: FRONT ROW: P. Lavalla, B. Bieber, M. Striugi, L. Gaylord, D. Ali, K. Cosgrove. Row 2. 1. Phillips, M. Burick, A. Sprecher, L. Erickson, B. Ramassini, M. Tuchman. ROW 3: C. Morrison, L. Oppenheim, I. Cohen, K. Walker, P. Loos, M. Briner, M. Rogan, M. Rosenthal, I. Laboon. ROW 4: E. Moore, R. Stacy, T. Dewey, D. Brigham, S. Solomon, E. Iacobson, D. Bender. ROW 5: M. Hyzer, F. Vissant, W. Simonds, T. Shannon, R. March, C. Vomdran, I. Schelble, T. Cochran, E. Amdur. 1 .MEM N2 1-1 F we V M, 5' 25" xxxxxxuhuxf - " '13?iLf' wi? W ww fn. "W in , J n u w w , u sf E 1 1 X W 5 w Q1 all 1 p .u-JT' - -1 za.. X .fx WYQ. F- . ay, ' rm- V wlrdlgirlvi - 1, W .-fm, ' V -Ji.-. , ' "J 5- -if ' 573 F.-L, gf.. . -V f - A A- -tv-A-9-. 1 ,ln 'gg' .Ki s. M Q. 5,95 5 ,155-,. , . ff: 'ff " f'- Mum VH . J ,k,3sfw f I - of - . -fam 2' '35 :Fl " . . 49" 1.11 " 1 if-313' Prfgwl P' Q- ' ,A ,. 0 H , X -- . is W . ,.,- 4 .4 1 ,1 I ' -.1 n ww - A, ,, ,, w.- U ' ,rt y. ' , L--' x 1 .Nix xx w-q-Z fi f 510' aw' 4, 5.x-. g ff f " I f .5 r W 1 5 1 ' 1 X -. 1. J:-"' A 1 1. -H1 at 0 1 5? s I e e -9 ' E EH. 5 .-1 P: du' ' Summer is hot. Outside it's ninety-five degrees in the shade. Inside your practice sweats it feels more like a hundred and twenty. Sled drill. Ugh, grass drill. Back patterns. Offense. Defense. One-ounce rations of Gator-Aid. Lunch is free, but you don't eat much. You'd rather keep what you eat inside you. The daily trek to the trainer's room to get taped or take a whirlpool. Valecenti and Sunseri doing the ONE-TWO cheer to calisthenics. A promised weekend of free Slushies if you win Western Conference. Mr. Stanishls jokes. At the end of the day you're tired, dirty, and you smell raunchy. But itis not over. Chalk talk. Films. Scrimmaging your own team. Dress rehearsal. All those hours and hours of practice add up to just one thing: GAME TIME - 8:15l 'Q In 'uagzbz 'ii ... 4 .. . -,L J! faq , . .' ...E:: , , .z T F ,G-V 6 411' -im rf i 415 E? 8 ,.. f -fs? .uv "' l W Q E ,., 4T.,. , f 'F' 0 ' , me ri . I ly f f 1 fb Q ,f if A e .Y ..-. ' TI N tl .au HL I .SS VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. ROW 1: D. Howard, D. Hart, R. Smith, A. Walker, B. Cox, R. Bennett, G. Iacoby, R. Miller, L. Ali, D. Beckus, P. Tillson, I Whipkey. ROW 2: C. Hazlett, R. Sharkey, K. Wentzel, T. Valicenti, R. Schmidt, K. Kirtland, R. Sunseri, B. Mercer, T. Bouyoucas, R. Skirball, D. Iones, Crawford, R. Welsch, B. Young. ROW 3: T. Miller, Laboon, D. Bitner, I. Aitken, W. Lunoe, A. Bertini, S. Laster, L. Sullivan, R. Falk, L. McKeithan, Roach, D. Grube. ROW 4: P. Shields, B. Boyer, Caramarma, Walker, R. St echschulte, M. Walsh, G. Grant, D. Waltz, G. Kaatz, I. Houck, G. Wright, Smith. j.V. FOOTBALL TEAM. ROW 1: I. Cramer, B. Watson, D. Rothermal, M. Roach, P. McKenny, F. Williams, T. Iurik, M. Flora, I. Houck, I. Wagner, C. P. carella, L. McCaiferty, K. Byrd, T. Miller. ROW 2: B. Riddle, R. Grube, D. Moritz, B. Lohman, K. Wood, B. Devlin, D. Shaefer, I. Davies, W. Young, M. Fran T. Bouyoucas, B. Hussing, I. Neal, F. Canova, I. Fredricks, H. Blair. ROW 3: D. Bailey, I. Palka, M. Doherty, B. Buckley, K. Starr, I. Carducci, M. Fitzgerald, Beechler, L. McKeithan, W. Calland, M. Lafferty, C. Moretti, Wenger, T. Schneider, D. Beckus, A. Iannachione. ROW 4: T. Carlin, B. Stechsculte, S. H leman, I. Stadish, I. Hager, I. Corbett, L. Sullivan, B. Santoro, I. Ton, T. Koszarsky, I. Wright, E. Hockenberger, P. Roach. :fire are ag, '- .inv- 1.ns4..mn.srvl..r' :annex-.alum .f mzwmngnlnnwgg-u ..L',. ,- ontour. The first game is away for the first time in Lebo's Etory. You're tense as you put on your dress blue's. Your mach turns. This is going to be a rough one. It's the first llf and you're doing okay. Two touchdowns and Montour's oreless. But in the second half the Spartan offense breaks ose and scores twice. It's the Blue Devils' ball. The bench is 1 its feet. Fourth down. "GO GO CO GO . . In the end s 14-12 Montour. The locker room after the game . . . llence. You know you'll never taste defeat again. ome field. You've got to reassert yourself and the Black awks are a rival to beat. It's a warm night. A little too warm r Bethel. 12-0 and Bethel's all banged up. omping Trinity on their own field, 26-0, is cake. "VI-CL lUS, ARE WE VICIOUS . . You drive the bus driver crazy, ass all the buses, and are the first ones home. nirit is really running high for the big Canon-Mac game. The 'g Macs hit hard and score the first TD. They manage to hold u scoreless until one second before half-time, when Rod ith recovers a fumble on the two and lopes ninety-eight ds for the touchdown. In the third quarter, the Big Macs Ermmer their way through a rugged Lebo defense for their cond 'I'D. 14-6. "GET TOUGH YOU MOUNTIES, CET UGH!" Alan Walker runs around end, the twenty, the een, the ten. The score is 14-13. Things are really tense. our hands are clammy and your feet slip as you crouch in me west possible stance. Fourth down goal to go. Less than one .inute and the clock's still ticking . . . "CAKES DON'T RUMBLE, CAKES DON'T CRUMBLE, CAKES DON'T RUMBLE" . . . The snap. Hart swings wide to pass. Mike Jalsh cuts to the end zone. The pass arches high. OUCHDOWNl 20-14. You get carried off the field. It's a 'ild locker room after the game. ashington at home. The Lebo powerhouse is rolling again. -13. You can sit back and calmly watch the game as Lebo akes it four in a row. 's no contest at Char-Vallev. The Colts aren't ready for a big nrprise - a Blue Devil passing attack. The first TD is a pass om Hart to Walsh in the end zone. The Colts scrape up a TD. But Lebo gains six points as Iake Iacoby pounces on the blocked kick attempt in the Colt end zone. Late in the first half Rod Smith breaks loose and saunters eighty yards for the TD. In the second half Alan Walker scores on a run. The final score stands 26-6, five in a row. Undefeated Uniontown. Away. The team is really high for this one. It's a long, silent bus ride. When you get there you're greeted by "We just love home games." on the locker room blackboard. Yeah? just wait! Lebo breaks loose in the first minutes of the game. Alan Walker scores the first TD on a long run. Pat Roach converts. It's 7-0, but not for long. The Raiders drive for a TD and it's 7-7. "CO GO GO GO . . Rod Smith runs for daylight and it's 14-7. The Raiders fight hard and score again in the third quarter, but they miss the PAT and the score is 14-13. You're feeling kind of queasy. "KNOCK 'EM OUT, KNOCK 'EM OUT, KNOCK 'EM OUT OF WPIAL." Your own thirty-five. Hart fades back to pass. The ball soars 45 yards and hits Alan Walker in full stride past the thirty. You knocked 'em out of WPIAL. 21-13. The entire Lebo crowd dances in ecstasy on the field. "Yeah, we sure do love home games!" Baldwin at home. It's cold, windy and rainy. You're mud- coated after the kickoff. You try to play football. It's rough. You're not sure if your feet are there because you can't feel them. The first half is scoreless. Second half. Highlanders fumble, Lebo recovers. Lebo ftunbles, Highlanders recover. First downs are scarce. At the end of t.he entire nightmarish mess the score is still 0-0. You're not hurting though. You've still won that Westem Conference championship. Keystone Oaks at home. You comply with the pre-game activities and stab your mother with her mum. You're out there for a long time. Somebody takes your picture. You're restless. You shift your feet. You'd much rather play football. Finally, the kickoff. It's a great last game. 44-0, the icing on the cake. You've got the Westem Conference, You've got a great team with really great guys. You know what? You're happy- cnoss COUNTRY5 Jw--S VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY: ROW 1: C. Colver, L. Kalankiewiez, D. Wright, I. Homor ROW 2 B OConnor D Szabat J Barker C Housley Mxssl from picture: M. Beachler, D. Bigs. 'XJ j.V. CROSS COUNTRY. ROW 1: T. Wich, G. Dewey, Cameron, M. Carr, B. Davies, T. Heberlmg ROW 2 Mr Tolar D Hageman S jones Hem P. Iosephson. " 'ff-'i-.9 " :.4T.'.' - 'J .. MEI' Nl -' J "an . , v 1 , . .v V, v, . v.'-Qf.,4,.n, A "QQ", Q52 N .:'.v.w.1f.Af.f,f.H .. .. -. 5 LJJI' 1 gg rv if' Q vzola gg 'x "', 'ifglwn f if L. in 1 I- . fi . .,. , ,-415'.5' ' ', F- ,H fm' v'l ' 1. ' - -4A:f5,P,A'.fx ' -J. r- ?'1!'vin 4 --K . .. c ' I' " ' J, ,Y L.. A. 4. . :'- Rf. A' gg I . s 2- J .. ' 5' . I U 1 Q-2 xl! 6 La Vai ll exif' +1 4.5. 97' 4958 fi". f 1 J , 1. J .s , r, "3 ' T-1,3 , , , . - . U. ' xl -,Q iff' r x el'-Q r, Q X ,XAI Aigiigfv 1 fra X 'MU ,mr I 1- 3 -A ""'s,a., flwf. '-', F' ' E o 0 Of' i i-4" 'Do you know where the rifle room is ?" "Nope, do you?" 'Uh-uh." "I heard somebody say once that it's behind 'a room closet or something." "That's a funny place to put a 'fle range." Funny or not, that,s where it is - behind a room closet. You can find it by the pungent smell of unpowder, crunchy footsteps on empty shells, or the sharp RACK of a gun. ou've got to hit that tiny bull's-eye on that little target fifty eet away. Everything is black except for an endless glare lluminating the target area. You sprawl out on the floor - ye patch, pads, rifle and ammunition. "Are you ready? Load our rifles. Commence firing." Concentrate. Sometimes it ets to you, the harsh glare, squinting through the site, the arget. VVhen it does, you feel kind of sick. But when you tart racking up those bulls-eyes - who cares? TEAM. ROW 1: K. Stevens, S. Azen, N. Miller, M. Starr, N. Leathers, P. Adams, Ramsey, Brownlee, R. Shore. ROW 2: S. Greene, O. Oliver, P. A. McCandless, M. Leathum, L. McCown, M. Terry, K. Yorke, Evans, B. Beck, C. Hankey, Mr. Neal. Q., m.,VVaVV V V V-V--ug. mmmanv-4-amzngpq Iw V. . V. , e, VV: ,I M12 74 , I A , I. K .MJ . -V ..-iff 'ii V I" V,!V 'mlI- L- if ft ff ' V 1'- V .--- 'rV ..g.V -.. V L,g...:,-V-a -- ..I .:V' IIIH-.-. . -V-V+ """ ,"'+'1' -V, " VV AEV VT ,e -- r LV -V . , I I h 1 I ' V? V- V ,- VVV:VVVV.VVf T-. - -V-wgiggzjz g:jIf: V!q'gVw1.. -. -'VEVVEVG?-frvrg-L" in-affg, au 1 X E M N V-NLR. MII I II VVV VVV VVV VVV VVV VVV VVV VV VV W ' I 'fi-' af, .,-. 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V - 1. . -V, I .IIVV I V.-J wI.q,II I .- 2, V V V V- V V V VV V V V V WP-.VVVV V ..f VVVVVfx .?Vi V'VVVc'1V"VVV"-NV-V V V f VV VH' E f - 'V H45 -"'V"-2 'if 1 ' '- 1' -V ' 'A' 'T V Visa' ' "sir like 2 L I -Q 1 a f' 1-fliff' ' 'A iffii ' 3 I - 'V 14' V , 1 :KV VV 151- . V ' V 9, -, .:gIe:-:Ig gg 9' 1 j-V . P - gr, P . Iggy' I' ', J ' "4 ' ',.1,.: - .'VV:"' ' V V . V V - . A -' ' ' 11,4 I is QV ,VVVVVNVV sf'5"": 1 VV V 53V V V 'V ... I II . VV I V: , W VI VV, V. ,, VII I.I I nge, V- VVVVV-V V ' my H Qi. -Q V ' ,VI V V V V V - Q V - , wig " ' - - gf ,IV-WV I I, III 'WQJQLVFAIIIVVIIIV V I1 V t V' V , ,V ' lQ!iVVVVVVVVV"VVVV VW V :,i'f2f'f"" VV V VV'V WP is nr!" WH- xm 'a V V' f 1 1 iw 3 , N 4-ff 4 ff-' H' ef . 'if S I I L TF? ' ui M' . I an '-P ,SX VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM. ROW 1: V.' Bamhart, H. Wardell, D. Hicks, M. McGough, K. Hatcher, I Vockel I Volkwem D Brmdle G Iones R ROW 2: Mr. Iones, A. Walker, L. McKeithan, B. Henry, D. Anderson, I. Cullison, D. Waltz, M. Robinson I Kropf L Sullivan I Caramanna P Tlllson Bouyoucas, R. Smith, Mr. Lamprinakos. Ten Lebo grapplers placed first in their weight class in the Sectional Tournaments. In addition, Alan Walker, Ted Bouyou- cas, Paul Tillson, Rod Smith, and Iim Caramanna placed in the WPIAL finals at Pitt Field House. Tillson, Smith, and Cararnanna, as Regional Champions, represented Mt. Lebanon at the State iinals. Rod Smith was State Champion in the 185 pound weight class. Besides individual honors, the team compiled an undefeated and outstanding record. The most thrilling match of the season was Trinity at home, when a packed gym watched the Lebo matmen handily defeat the threatening Trojans. After this crucial test, the team went on to win the Western Conference Tourna- ment, Section I Championship and the WPIAL championship. XR me JN ix wx X , 1-, e A Q N.:-ul .ig 'W .vpn-Af' ,W - , I 1 'f "EL L Aff ' ...S 4 -I ,A . Q 2. 1 H , N A V' 2: - In 24 , , - lx my v GI A. 'M fi V ff "zz: if , hx 1 ' , l x Q I N 62' 'Y H- ,Am if J 'R xirke ,, S wa U N js if I :ff , K A K . 1 35 , -gg 1, .v E E iff yrfr-'S -E? ,fi L NNW 4--f .f-.LL . QW.. gg .. :EQ H 7 SWIMMING TEAM. ROW 1: L. Dreven, C. Young, R. Fleishauer. ROW 2 B. Carnes, D. Sullivan, F. Williams, C. Hepper, Sid. ROW 3: S. Solomon, M Zwinggi, C. Douglass, 1. Aitken, W. Iones, R. Rafferty, D. Mangun. ROW 4 B. Bruegmann, W. Metzger, P. Oermann. r l -1- ...,--C'-0.1:-e1" ' A F iQ , 'I"'i"",,g"5 a4 '3 airs- w"fEf-f'ff':- 'af if -Ti ' "A ' f I' .165 ! ' 455355: :F 5 -, - - l, , r ., 21. wh . a H H, , , . ,, , ,..v.,... ...-,.1.. ,, , r,d,.,,.,., ,, I ga - 1' -- -- Tjurg V -3--M -- ' - .. ,v.., ,,.., .. .A . ...V ..., .,....L,, --,,.4.-.L....l-,. ,. , ,. ,i.....,,-,. Q 4 v , A . , , .,, W4 ,,...,..,.,: eg.-we--ATM,-4--,ff1-ML-A F! The 1969 swimming team compiled a most impressive list of individual honors. Bill Bruegmann took a 2nd place in the 400 yard relay in the District 7 VVPIAL meet. Chris Douglass placed 5th in diving events in WPIAL and 7th in the State Championship meet. Bruce Weston placed 7th in the 200 yard individual medley at State, bettering the record by 6! 10 of a second. Tracy Connor, in backstroke, and Simon Solomon, in freestyle, were WPIAL alternates to the State Championship meet. To achieve the precisioned, well-disciplined movements vital to a good swimmer, the team swam daily more miles than most people walk in a week. BASKETBALL 4 u A .. .I'T' , 1 G" 4 L -1 ,, xl i lf ' 3 , n' Sdn' H I' I 4. 'E - . ww J :'1J"' E. 'Y I' Rr yfqigimx fam' " 'lv' H, ' 2, ' i'W" 4 E , , , W .A kk, .. , :aw ::- an-sax.. , E -E :A :Q Q -5? . H ii '1 W ! Ms uf S k H, QT QQ N . ' . ff' -gm 2 I 4 l 1 v ,.-Va.. .11 - ,wx .. is'-. .. 'n f'5'?A' f-rib'-' 1,1 .- PM-Q . 1 'ff if aff '4ilSi99PWFf Htl: ..,, . ,V ,aww 25'-' uncanny 5??f"f' ' '531'-"7": . , tikill winning basket ,,.-5 . V H fm' . V ,.mQV. ds mb " """-f the bmffiignals the en f H ' - f - fvi- 1 -.-- .. Overtime. VVl3fg1?ver it is -q 5 jt5 ci .-1f1 fm L 1 Q, ., . A .X 13'ff . ,. Xsmi . 2 ,vvb ,.,. fa im brmgxqg hgrge, a ji ALA:.,:. . W hstfaight sectio?F2QQ9-A iitlb. :S 5? I' f Magic? You could call it that. ' in' why not call it a great team, too. ,J .. ou. ru,-N--" - W ey, 5' En 'Q mms rg-new . 7- as , 1' NE ws.. f N. .mc aw.. 9525-4,3137 :KSW1 25' 11' if 'FHS .5 E v W was , F ,V f ..1:, ,, - is nd- 1 If - 'L V wie. T 3. 1 0' 5 1 Q 5 4. x. N ?, 15. 5. ,Il I .LE 1 . 31. ."'l,,.,- A A. X , elm'-' E 19.33. 'WWE'-N-1 . ., ,, ' A2L9'QiEgLgg.xg,1 BE ,J VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. ROW 1: Bates, R. Bennett, Findley, E. Cipriano, T. George, I. Kerber, A. Young, ROW 2: Coach Black, Mgr. Altemian, S. Viviano, D. Terek, N. Opperman, E. Amdur, D. Schoepner, D. Clare, Mgr. Fields, Coach Helfman. j.V. BASKETBALL TEAM. ROW 1: 1. Marshall, D. Moritz, M. Doherty, T. jurik, I. Beachler, K. Bird. ROW 2: K. Wood, j. Hein, C. Altman, C. Seltzer, I. Schelbe, A. janto, I. Corbett, Coach Helfman. TRACK , El. . ne: ,sul .' I f 1 . . .v.,,,, . 1 , , L T95 VARSITY TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW: L. Boehln, B. Martin, M. Kennedy, D. Wright, M. Beachler, R. Smith, I. Kincheloe, P. Wetzel, D. Sey, D. Hart, 1. Walker, D. Rowles, N. Thompson, L. Carlin. ROW 2: Mr. Toler, W. Connor, A. Oram, M. Hardman, B. Kleinman, D. Helwig, I. Aiken, B. Rugh, D. Ran- som, R. Seymore, B. Pade, R. Soisson, D. Howard, P. Tims, T. Croul, Mr. Herschl. ROW 3: Coach Mollenauer, H. Watts, T. Stevenson, D. Sneberger, j. Iacoby, G. Gates, S. Hein, R. Schnure, R. Sunseri, T. Phillips, D. Frayer. 49:45 ak ge ' Q- ' 'fe gg vw I D ,, 91- -:Q .' ' W? .VI Et 3 1 n ' rm H - . X iii J i 4 4 R' V -' ,A 137 B 5 . A I A E' ' ml. Q -..ar J' . T - x -f Walsh K Brown ROW 2 L Hartford I McMahon I Spear B Frank M Rosenthal S Wylie I Hoolan E Croxon N Bechus D Hegeman R Hixen baugh, I. Barker, D. Fasulo. ROW 3: I. Laboon, K: Kirtland, B. Ryan, B. Hubbard, I. Kodish, T. Heberling, I. Pellow, C. Oliver, D. Schafer, M. Challenge D. Szabot, K. Wentzel, I. Homer, C. Colver, R. Sharkey, G. Bossart, T. Kleinman, I. Neal. ROW 4: Coach Bergman, M. Silver, I. Dulis, T. Applebe, H. La Rue, F. Vissatt, M. Carr, I. Wyerman, M. Sullivan, T. Hagy, B. Steverman, P. Dietrich, T. Kennedy, M. Lester, B. Fisher. I.V. TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW: B. Bosley, B. Beck, C. VVheeler, R. Hampton, G. Housley, B. O'Connor, D. Volmerich, I. Crissman, D. Chambers, D s - - ' x a a - a T ii .ra H gms., 2' -I, A N' :gi H1 uf w Qlgw ' X E1 Vw 2 if a A ' IT? ,V Vi., 7 J , ,. Mi, ,e , - a ag,-Q? N -ff: . ... i?5?'f1H..w'f R 521, 5 H 1. -' L, in ' ik - I is f 15 S? 'wg ffm , 5 - 1-QM-.. -L 1: v .,, 4 ,W -Mm - , fa Hs 2 ZIIZ , .Q H42 ik WEL? af If F," f of ,435-fi ' :u"" 1 . A H -"E 4:4 P Q nn - A , ' v . S' -' ,ll , N L - -. qfxg ' -I 1 1 L, 2' ,gf-f . - 1 .4 ul , glib, . ' . 3 . A JJ .1 -rl . as ., I h'5:F:t'g,f . Q, 97 'az-114 ' Nev .e.'U??v"'1'z " , 1 1' - - P ' f' "1 , I 5 , 'gf A' 6 1 xx fig , 4- v -1 .. -2, , ,1- sy , NX? .gag Ea: L 1 '55 Qf 4 wp, , ---, ,, , W Y r M . L it - riff? -5 V gm, ,, . gm-ff-+--as af f mm" it i-sri? . 'ae' - - as 'ew .Bean ,,,w "Hey guys, you can't have a track meet in the rain." "Yeah? Well, we had nearly ALL of ours in the rain!" We started off' the season playing army in the pit room under the stadium. Weather conditions as they were, it didnit take too long for our uniforms to grow mold. The meets were really disguised endurance tests. How many healthy growing boys do yo know who could survive on one sandwich and one orange pe all day track meet? Pumning the 440 and 880 relays in sogg suits was really rough. Everyone got mud baths free 0 charge. Well, the big WPIAL meet was scheduled for our own track We thought maybe . . . but no, it rained harder than ever The track was one heck of a place to hold a swimming meet The starting gtm was so waterlogged that it "plppd', instea of "banged" We treaded water, sloshed mud, and literall splashed our way to the WPIAL crown. But by then we wer too wet and too tired to care much about anything except hot shower and some food. .W 0.-.hr J M -F E N hw- ' ,u +L-Q M yay f'8E11H1v,"wM UW 'N 11 Nfl? ixxxiiikifik Ahiguuux 1 H! 'W W, fi, Y . - 1435- - -V m --Q--91--fr: Af -- Q, f ' H ""'3"f f , ,, V 'L----V ' A f 127 Let's face it-tennis just isn't built up to be a glamorous, he-man sport. But that doesn't mean tennis doesn't take skill and hard work. We sweat too. Besides there is a lot of responsibility placed on the individual team member. We're all by ourselves out there in the courts. But we didn't win the WPIAL crown individually. It was a team effort. What a fantastic seasonl 17 wins and 0 losses. Bob Bennett and Bill Sagan were even State Doubles Champs. So what if our uniforms look like underwear. We sure didn't win that trophy for being best dressed. We won it because we had a great team. "N, ' A f'17JiY..i , .','. A 'H"'fy X .M .Qi , , , , - I . - ,.l ,-. ' . - ' NNIS TEAM. FRONT ROW: I. Gorin, L. Abromovitz, P. Wilson, D. Dundics, P. Hqrrup, H. Curzer. ROW 2: D. Aderholt, T. Huzella, B. Sagan, C owe, B. Bennett, Mr. Doak. 129 BASEBALL TEAM.,FRONT ROW: I. Kaley, E. Cipxiano, I, Bates, R. Bennett, Porter, A. Dean, T. Trang, D. Danlels,HT. Maclntyrq. ROW 2: Mr. Pit cock, D. Bitner, I. Howard, B. Boyer, A. Bertini, R. Panico, Mr. Clark. ROW 3: S. Viviano, S. Weiss, G. jones, C. McCoy, T. Loehr, T. Marshall, 1. Wright. 130 3.x- ? K?" I. pp, r. onsidering that half our games were rained out, we had a :ther good season. Thomas jefferson was our biggest gameg was close, but we lost. We made up for it though when we mmed the high top tennis shoes and black socks Peters wnship farmers out of the ball park. oach Clark worked us hard in practice, but it paid off. omehow tossing "the Can" around in center field really got : stimulated for a big game. We only lost four. But you can't in 'em all. f 'Tiff 'T GOLF x L " Q, '5FWQ'l xxx we ' iam wx '11 ,V RW, , -QHQQ AQ, ifffw TW? 222 ,iq I K ,,,, E , -use 1 L M . W T ffi -ff 'xl ,af M we Q xxx Q S 511' Si ,, WL A' , ,UAW ,W ' L. i' Q' 2 ,3 , W.: gk .X . .qs -' ! Q ,- g z K A . U . , h IFE: g , 3,1 Q gig 'Q I Y ,gf 45,5 , N K L1 af - -: , my S 'xxnili' Q m ' 5-:ai ,L .,,.. , - EA' ' S-W?-1"'? .WH 'X X1 Q-. ' 4' 1, - diff' ..5I5?u:-' f 1 75,5 ,gk X4 1 1, , ,M . ,, f f if f .vp 'W zgeg . Wagyu, , , ,, , ff' n,.,5,3x , we gg Ha -Qu? .- xiii, ff! GIRLS TEAM ROW 1 D, Brown, D. johngton, C. Brewer, R . ..-,na-ii -- I. N V - k S.a.SolomQn,5MiS. Duda, Davis, B. f ca1dQf81f. Row 2: 1. Bastian Bastifin, AmigkjggWL0cfi5, K. Mathjson, 3 4 A Q, 3, Wy., f V----.,,+ !E:fG' ' VOLLEYBALL. ROW I: R. Masiello, K. Moreland, L. Sapienza. RGW 2: N. Alcorn, L. Swanson, S. Barcic, P. Neely. ROW 3: H. Hull, K. Alcorn, D. Michael son. ROW 4: S. Morgans, Youngquist, K. Kelly, L. Appel. 134 ,,, -... 1 BASKETBALL TEAM. ROW 1: A. Coughanour, L. Schwartz, B. M. O'Connor, P. Himt. ROW 2: K. Coyne, P. Phares, R. Kane, C. M Bowers. ROW 3: M. Wick, P. LaValla, C. Freeberg, G. Stephens, tchison. ROW 4: B. Beckman, A. Alexander, M. Cordon, M. L. Hindmarsh, I. Benson, K. Mathison, J. Schenck. and the team are on the way to the big game. The bus is The coach calls out, "Five minutes till destination." ou pull out yom' comb and compact and get ready. That's st about the biggest difference between girls' sports and oys, sports. You work as hard as the boys. Sometimes it feels s if you Work a lot harder. As a girl you put a little extra zazzz in a sport. xciting. Tense. Funny. Thatis girls' sports. Mt. LHS 12 Mt. LHS 12 Mt. LHS 26 Mt. LHS 20 Mt. LHS 26 Mt. LHS 21 Mt. LHS 0 Mt. LHS 44 FOOTBALL Montour 14 . . ...... Bethel 0 . . ...... Trinity 0 Canon-McMillan 14 Washington 13 Mt.LHS26.. . . . . Chartiers Valley 6 . . .... Uniontown 13 Baldwin 0 i:..l...KeystoneOaks 0 Westem Conference Championship N . K , F L 'TW-e f l, .. QQf.gg,,fvg 'T fa, -f ' ".. ,e f " s' ff K5 Mt. LHS 21 . . . Mt. LHS 39 . . . Mt. LHS 27 . . Mt. LHS 37 . . . Mt. LHS 20 . . Mt. LHS 17 . . Mt. LHS 17 . . . CROSS COUNTRY South Hills Catholic 37 . . Central Catholic 16 .......Baldwin28 . Thomas jefferson 40 Trinity35 . . Washington 38 . , . . . . Hopewell 38 Tri-State Coaches Meet ....... 5th Mountaineer Invitational ....... 5th Central Catholic Invitational .... 6th WPIAL Qualifying-Southern Division ............... lst -- Westem Conference Championship WPIAL Class "A" Championship GOLF Mt. LHS 9 . . . Elizabeth 7 Mt. LHS 1299 ...... Baldwin 359 Mt. LHS 14W .... Brentwood 1' Mt. LHS 13 Thomas jefferson 3 Mt. LHS 3 . Upper St. Clair 13 Mt. LHS 7 ...... Baldwin 9 Mt. LHS 11 . Chartiers Valley 5 Mt. LHS 1299 Thomas Iefferson 3116 Mt. LHS 13 .... Brentwood 3 Mt. LHS 10 . Chartiers Valley 6 Mt. LHS 6 . Upper St. Clair 1 I " .'fZ',,s,-'fx f m- - ,144 RIFLE 11 H 'L '14 'B , . 9 H M: LHS 500 Ke st oaks 496 4 L J ' """' Y one 4 - fe" 1 23,54 Mt. LHS 497 ..... Bethel 499 F54-V,51 .4, .E?.,4eg,,: ,eg Mt. LHS 499 . . . . . McKeesport 495 '4:I?-234 E Mt. LHS 500 .... Churchill 498 GS L a f f:-,gQ5,'Q "" 1-'ilu 9.14 Q" Mr. LHS 498 ..,,, Munhall soo ' I ,AEK 34 Mr. LHS 497 . . Upper sr. Clair 496 4,' 4 .H 5 Mt. LHS 500 . . Keystone oaks 494 .4 112' , K Mr. LHS soo ,.... Bethel 497 . r: d s ff Mr. LHS soo . . Mclieesport 497 gi 5311,-ef Mr. LHS 500 .... Churchill 497 'fm L . Q W' 1 ' " Mt. LHS 599 . . . ..... Munhall 600 Mt.LHS499. .. .. Upper St. Clair 500 -MK'.', Ay-"' 7 ' .1 , ' Y x. - Q fr' . I L1e?g:Si'5-f :ge iii Wg " 'AQ-' , f. .L - "r- WRESTLING Mt. LHS 50. . . . Mt. LHS 32. . . Mt. LHS 51 . . . Mt. LHS 43. . . . . Mt. LHS 49. .. .. Mt. LHS 61. . . . Mt. LHS 44 . . . . Mt. LHS 41 .... Mt. LHS 32 .... . Mt. LHS 45 ..... Mt. LHS 45 ..... Mt. LHS 42 ..... , North Allegheny 3 , . , Waynesburg 13 Baldwin 0 . . . . . Camegie 9 West Mifllin North 3 . Peters Township 0 , Chartiers Valley 0 , , . . Washington 9 .......Trinity18 . . . . . .Keystone 0' . Chartiers-Houston 5 . Elizabeth Forward 2 Mt. Lebanon Section I Championship WPIAL Class "A" Championship 1 -ml i BASKETBALL Mt. LHS 64 ............, Trinity 53 Mt. LHS 48 ,... . . Canon McMillan 45 Mt . LHS 75. . . ..... Brentwood 58 Mt. LHS 53 .... . . . Washington 48 Mt. LHS 70 .... . . Upper St. lair 44 Mt. LHS 69 .... ....... B ethel 60 Mt. LHS 43 ,... . . Keystone Oaks 35 Mr. LHS 94 .... .,....., T rinity 41 Mt. LHS 64. . . . . Canon McMillan 72 Mt. LHS 61. . . ..... Brentwood 46 Mt. LHS 75. . . . . . Washington 48 Mt. LHS 50. . . . . Upper St. Clair 48 Mt. LHS 74 ............. Mt Bethel 47 . LHS 59 ......,. Keystone Oaks 53 Section 9-A Championship SWIMMING Mt. LHS 45 .,....... McKeesport 50 TRACK Mt. LHS 40 . . .... Butler 55 Ml- LHS 50 - - - - -Chllfchlll 45 Tri-State Coaches Indoor Meet. . . 3rd Mt' LHS 35 - ' - - - Gatewify 60 Tri-State Coaches Outdoor Meet. . 2nd MY- LHS 52 - - - V - Baldwm 43 canon McMillan Relays ..... . . sth Ml' LHS 52 ' - - ' BUIT'-ill 43 W.P.I.A.L. Relays .......... 3rd Mt' LHS 31 - - - - - Bethel 64 Allegheny County Class A Qualifier . . . 3rd Mt' LHS 42 ' - 1 - ' Bull? 53 Westem Conference Championship 3 - - - - - Cglllfchlll WPIAL Class A Championship ' - - - - - aewa P.I.A.A. Cl A Ch ' h' Mt. LHS 46 . . . . Ba1dwih,49 ass ampwns 'P Mt. LHS 60 . . . . . Burrell 35 Mt. LHS 27 . . . . . Bethel 68 . i X N1 no TENNIS BASEBALL Mt. LHS 3 . . ......... Tarentum 1 Mt. LHS 7 ,......... Wilkinsburg 5 Mt. LHS 5 . . . Upper St. Clair 1 Mt. LHS 15. . . . . Moon Tovwmship 0 Mt. LHS 3 . , , , Peters Townshgp 0 Mt. LHS 17. . . , . Peters Township 1 Mt. LHS 5 . . . . . Shady Si e 2 Mt. LHS 3. . . ...... Crafton 6 Mt. LHS 5 . . . . Brentwood 0 Mt. LHS 1. . . . Upper St. Clair 2 Mt. LHS 3 . . ..... Bethel 0 ,,,,, Q , Mt. LHS 12. . . .... South Park 3 Mt. LHS 5 . . . . . Shady Side 2 Mt. LHS 6. . . ....... Baldwin 1 Mt. LHS 5 . . ...... Baldwin 0 Mt. LHS 6. . . . . Chartiers Valle 0 Mt. LHS 4 . . . Upper St. Clair 0 Mt. LHS 9. . . .... South Parlz 1 Mt. LHS 5 . . . . . Edgewood 0 Mt. LHS 0. . . . . Thomas jefferson 2 Mt. LHS 5 . . .... . Bethel 0 Mt. LHS 3. . . ...... Bethel 2 Mt. LHS 5 ...........,. Baldwin 0 Mt. LHS 3. . . , , Bethel 5 LHS 5 Brentwood 0 Mt. .......... . WPIAL Team Championship -, HHH M 11.1 1 a 3.62 ' H wwe 7- H H w an w N H N 35 X w w wx w H wumffflm '45 mu w H w vw as 2 w H M W M 35: 5,535 um mu umm H gig, ' ,fiwm w xv QQ: if w W Mu, :5 -- Y .V-3. , M, uw u ,,,m.gA,, f - mx '- 3 Na+" 1,1 ww , Q2 f Elf? 'QQ m ' i 421- H,..:1 I 54. 132 . Y ,V -gg i- Z: V -' F ML. 4 F 1 'Mfg ', M, if A- 32? . H, :T .- . f 'Hu :ga Y uw H umm .....,z.. m . fkhk 1 i. .. T: 1 .Ji m 1- M: -, .M L Hn . V 1 'S . I , 5. V 1:23. V af umggig W ,H ' -mfg ' mu.. w,,g?gg? ' H A1'Q,QW1h'QQ.. : ,V ,ffm N4 E1 Y .vp 5 5 W ,. M QE, 5 x ,in .. Y tw W Xu QM A .Wm -X, ' 1 " U N' 1 UQ: H ' 1 1,1 , ..! "' me P , ,,, J'4..A'4 w w? + LJ! A QQVVP' seniors Leslie I. Susan Louise jeff Abromovitz Ackenheil Acklin Paul Frederick Adams Nancy Susan Alcorn Kitty Lcynn Richard Francis William Lee Alexan er Ali Ali Cynthia Lee Cyrus V. An-lick Anderson, Ir. 140 Anne Penelope Alexander Virginia G. Alter Iames A. Andrews jack Edward Aitken , is john Robert Alexander Q 1 l'T"'g??f52SE'4 N Howard Iay Alterman gigs? Robert M. Anstadt 2 Linda Cathy Appel George Avdey Gus H. Bardy Patricia Io Bartram v A 1 I Diana Falkner Deborah Martha R. Applin Atherton Auner x'Z'? Christine M. Carolyn Anne Pam Susan Ann Badolato Baker Baker Barcic 2: if Q, 9 ohn Bryant Diane Mary Mary Ellen Barker Barnett ' Bamhart C ' ,ff i fy, l I gi my "-Wu r rx ww ww john Mark Marianne Clare Mary Wendy Patricia Bates Bates Bauman Bauman 141 Ki Ruth Anne Michael David Charles Kirk M. Geri Beach B69.Ch16l' Beck Beckert Belle Denise Louise Dena Franca Rex A. Susan lane Belluomini Bellafiifl Benedicty Bennett Bennett Ioyce 1 Nancy Jane Albert I. jay Alan Deborah Ieanne Benson Bemar Bertini Berwanger Bickel fif ,. Y . - Randy Paul David Alan Karen Mary Alan Carlos Edward L. Bieg Bitner Blair Blanco Bleiberg 142 y Iohn Paul .Cynthia Louise Bohaski Bohden Nikki Ann Bouyoucas Bruce Jane Ellen Bradbury Lee Thomas Andrew Brett Laura Christine Bomeli Philip Raymond Bower 1 1 V Gail Maureen Bradley Donald Richard Russell Earl Bonwell II Booker Nancy Carol Linda Gail Bradley Brand Mary Grace Brettholle 143 Douglas Johnson David Patrick Brin le Briner Christopher A. William Phyllis Ann Robert Rowland Frances Lynne Brown Brown Brownlee Brownlee Brubaker uw, ' f X 2 , 1 ,f ,. I - , i i C Q David Glenn William I. Sue Ann janet Brueggemann Bruegmann Brungraber Brush 3' Douglas William Lames H. Patrica Ieanne Mark Leslie Anne Buchanan ugay . Bums Caldwell Calkins Georgie Candace R. Gary S. Call an Campbell Campbell 144 l F. C-ina Toni nna Cardarnone Nancy Ann Carlin Blythe Richard john Cemtti Eivian Elizabeth Grant hase Cheney William S. Carnes ? R. Gregory Diane Carrington Carras Mark A. Chamberlin Douglas Burton Chambers Cindi Elaine Chijner 145 I Sherlea Ioan Pete Christman Cincotti SENIOR REC GAME Jackie Fletcher, leftg Ellen Harding, right. W,-1 ffng- F, , U -52: . ,- V, ., , - IL -..-, - . 69. Everywhere you look is the number 69 . . . on the windows of the school, the scoreboard, the cheerleaders and Blue Devils, and even on the back sides of the senior Rockettes. '69 and your senior recognition football game is finally here. It is your turn to Wear the yellow mum and have the underclassmen recognize you as a senior. 69! You feel a chill go through you as the band plays the "Alma Mater" for the last time, and marches off the field in a 69 formation playing, "Cake, Cake for Mt. Lebanon High." You let everyone around you know that you are a senior. You actually know all the football players as they are introduced. The game begins, the score mounts. At half time Jackie Fletcher, our first homecoming queen, and Ellen Harding, the runner-up, receive roses. In the second half Lebo's points keep adding up and you secretly hope the score will be 69-0. You think about the Rec dance after the game, which is for "seniors only." But you really don't want the game to end, because it is the last football game for the great senior class of 1969. 147 Sarah Elizabeth Clayton Barbara Jean Colella Margaret Catherine Close J. Judi Anne Coles Edward Cipriano Alan Marc Cohen James Edward Collery IV Robert B. Comerford 148 Robert S. Cissna Arlene Ruth Cohen Elizabeth Ann Collins E l . x Y- Lucille Conley JK David M. Clare Robert Michael Coho Charles Raymond Colver Mayford L. Cook Emily Ann Anne Pitcairn Nancy Laura Martha Cooke Copeland Correll Coughanour , 5 Rf' .W xr ww vu, Tl W sl George P. Constance Anne Robert Knight William C. Coussoule Covert Cox Crawford V. ,. - M. I Elizabeth R. Coughlin Nancy Lynn Geoffrey F. Margaret A. Mark E. Crepg Crissman Critchlow Cromer Susan Katherine joseph Nathaniel Susan jean Daniel I. Dahlmann Dailey Danforth P Deady 149 james A. Cullison av-,.+7" Carl Rodger Ellen Marguerite Bruce C. Ann E. Deal Decker Deemer Deering w .1 1 w 5 w . ,1 . u iw u uf? lu u , m H m L, ig, uw H' ' 65 Richard Bruce Deborah Laura Deborah Scott A1111 Agf1GS Dell DeLong DeLong Devenyi Claudia DeWolf Edward E. Margaret Ann Deborah William Ioseph Dilling Dillinger Dillner Ditrovati 150 Stefahen M. De ano Mark William Dewald 10? . D1etr1ch Nancy V. Dixon Patricia Louise Sue Donovan Donovan Harold Sears Barbara jane Downing III Driscoll Nancy Carol Sue Ellen Duffy Duffy Terry Susan Edelstein Dennis Dorsey Dennis Drost john Dulis Patricia L. Elbome Gail Ann Dou las Eppelsheimer Ericlgson Donald W. Sandra Lee Faulkner Fazio Iana Scott R. Robert Erickson Etheredge Falk Dorothy Ann Martha David joseph Farrell Farrington F asulo Alan jonathan I. Cheryl Feinberg Feinstein Ferris .ir y. l m vw ul , , , fi WX. N 'I X ,,,,, y , A 1 ,' , Scott Douglass Bonnie Deborah Ann Fields Fife Fink 152 923 Linda Lee ,Martha Ann Robert P. Marcia Elaine Fisher Fitzgerald Flaherty Fleming lzaclynn Lee Io E. Loyce Lynn Laurence Allen Susan Beth letcher Ford ountain Frank Frank Cynthia Ann Elaine Lance William Christian F reeberg Freiland Fremd Friesel Nanci Anne Joanne Michael A. Gary Gregory R. F roehlich Furlin Caglia Garside Gearhart 153 if Edward Ioyce E. Ieifrey Forbes Ionathan Mary Gething Geyer Gibbs Gilad Gillilan Lorre-Ann Joseph Michael Pamela Ann William Gary james R. Gingrow Corin Grainger Grant Gray Margaret Linda K. Phyllis Keddie Graziano Greber Gribsd-haw Barbara Gary William Elisabeth A. David C. JoAnn M. Grosso Grosso Grove Grube Gustafson 154 VZ? iDaniel Aloysius Iohn Thayer John Robert Kathryn L. Hagan Hagy, Ir. Haines Hall William james jessica Barbara Darwin Hall Hallum Halvorsen M i' ,.' 1 m w m 1 w www . H , V H rm at L Thomas L. Ellen Ann Douglas john Ioyce Marie Annabelle Hardie Harding Harmon Harold Harrison Bret Lawrence D. Allen Kim Alan Harter Hartford Hartman Hatcher 155 113' J A A - el f ,f 'lk ' 5 I ..-sinus-it -av 159 'uw 'H f A ,A 22.1. .wig A We ,N I :rua I- Q Rui? X :ff ii?" 4 ii' ,' 95 l ,JQWY "Z 1 ' 3 "l ' l Q ,gg Y ' Y : , -n 3 I, ww. , Wx w x ',.,'1-,z "13i'5fff4. 'Neath curlzuw stzllvlyq midst hills so lmlcl. Stzmcls our NIL lmlmllolx. realm of Blue and Gold Ilauliant with splmfrlclur, valor, virluu. uncl trutlm, ltvcr um' przuws wlrlll Kflmrlcs lluch. '32 mlclrfr nl' mn' clcstiny, gllarcliall of our youllm ring, Jxllllkl lxllllL'I', fm' tllce in Mark Edward Mark S. Heights Heine james N. Dan Ryan Hirschfield Hixenbaugh Emest S. Holzworth K Debra Lynn Hawkins E ew 1-, William Lawrence Henry Fay Kelly Hoffman Nancy Lynn Horgan 158 Dorothy H. Hawkins Dale R. Hesse Mary Hohenbrink Mark Q Harrington Hornby Katharine Phillips Hawkins M -fn-.f ,- - MSE Z 15 L 1 John Thomas Hill Alan lay Holl Mary Patricia Hough Thomas R. George Alfred Hough Hous ey Riehard D. Helen Mary Hughes Hull Whitney Sandra jean Innocenti William Paul Wright jameson Lynn Dale Housner ah Douglas Olney 1 Houston Hubbard Margaret Ieanne Cary S. Pegg Ann Hunt Hussey Hutc 1son Barbara Jean Audrey Susan lack Iacobs Katherine Sara Jenkins 159 Mary Ellen Jennings Carl W. Diane Lee Venarda jesse Randall 101111 R- jemstedt johns johnson johnson Peter Victoria Deatrick johnson johnson Karen Lee Rebecca Marie Donald P. johnston johnston jones Frederick Winston Steven Charles jones jones 160 Mark A. johnson Bonnie Louise johnston Douglas Sigue Margarf jones Ruth Ann jose 7 Susan jane Maria joseph homas Gary E, Urlker Kaatz Charles Kaplan Ann Emes Alan em per Karen AUD Stephen james Charles josephson Iosephson Iudkis I, W V .f Hail: ' IW' K Q .A A K jeffrey Lewis jeff Roseann Kaley Kalla Kane Forest A. Richard L. Kaszycki Keller Marian Elizabeth Katherine James Richard Kennedy Ketchum Kiefer 161 L What do seniors do . . . to beat the boredom? Seniors get involved. They go to the Hill to tutor. They express themselves with music. They spend a weekend skiing. And in general they make their last year before college the most exciting of their lives. In I l lm, -Q. 162 ji If f I ,f-J 163 Carol lean Gail Ann Laurel Logan Lohman Lopatnikov .1 , John William R. Lyrlrl Lucas Lunoe Lyndes Joyce Lynn Mahan Linda Erma Louise Betty Mancuso Marian Mar ey 166 David B. Lorenz Ianet Louise Lowe Steve MacDonald Iris Sue Mallet Sally Ann Markgraf Maay Lynne Ma dex Es: Barbara Ann Mallinger Phyllis Ann Marovic A . 'Marianne Sbott Natalie Louise Marianne M. Catherine l Marsalek Marshall Martini Massucci Mathison l l', 1 1, if rw 5 1 Efive Montgomery S. Gregory Deborah C. M atthews Mautz M21XCy Harrison Mary S. Andrea Mary Loruse Margaret McArdle McCardle McCarthy McDermott Q' Louise Arlene Avis Eleanor Barry Kathleen M Bonme Clare tan McEvilla McGa.hey McGeeney McGill 167 .4 I Gi 22 Michael Constance Grace McGough McGrane Christine Louise Leslie Susan Alice Robert C. McHenry McIntosh Mclsaac McKee Vs: ri H H Y m -iw jack A. james Francis Deborah lean McKinnon McMahon McNeill Michael W. Sara William E. Pamela Ann Medwig Mercer Mercer Metzger 168 jane Elizabeth McHale Raymond C. McKelvey L Joanne McNulty Donne Lou Michaelson Theresa Karen B. Michenzi Miller Deborah Ann Virginia Ellen Milo Minnotte Edith Elizabeth john Mock Molinari Deborah Elizabeth Dennis M. Moody Moore Nancy Clements Richard Anthony Susan A. Miller Miller Miller Darlene Mimi Mitchell Mitro Linda Susan John Francis Molosky Monahan Q, Elizabeth Ann Moore 169 X 44 Robert H. Mong Kathr n R. Morelland Mark Richard Deborah Ellen Mosley Mottsman Robert Cordon john Alfred Murr Murrell James Denis N ees Charles john Moretti Sa.ndra jean Mulert Charles Stelzig Myers Lenne Nicklaus 170 Shelley Leigh Darcia E. Morgans Morouse Wa ne R. Berl Dallas Mullin Mumy Charles Thomas Margaret Mary Myers Neely Nancy Ann Gary Wayne Nodurft Oates Wendy Brian C. Michael Noel C. Oberlin O,Connor, jr. O'Leary Opperman Susan Candace Barbara William Iames Gerald Clayton Overend Pachilis Pade Pagane Raymond P. Candy Pantelich Madaline Ann Lean Marie Panicco Pantelich Pantone arker Thomas Richard Beverly games Barbara Elaine Pascale Pasko atrinos Patterson 171 Michael Parker W ' 'i " ' Gym class affords you, the typical 210 pound Lebo he-man, a Welcome relief from the humid inactivity of academic pursuit. And if the instruc- tor is in a thoroughly acid mood, because some nut broke the parallel bars, all the better - that means so much more good, healthy exercis- ing. He leads the class outside, where the mercury is at a refreshing 19 fwith a Wind speed of about fortyj. After an excruciating effort including fifty jiunping-jacks, thirty sit-ups, twenty-live push-ups, and a couple of squat-thrusts thrown in for good measiu'e, he is ready to begin the soccer lesson, and you are ready to begin a hot shower. Half an hour later, you finally get the shower, and though your strength seems totally absorbed, you hurriedly dress and scamper for the secure tranquility of math class. Oh, well, it beats co-ed crab-soccer. Doesn't it? i l plliffu, B 1 N' e Q ip Vxgw '53, I N M En l l, -.2 . 4 s ,iz Diane Paul Constance Mae Marguerite Pershing Timothy Phillips Patricia Frances Pollara Michael T. Penland Jeannie Kathryn Peters William G. Phillips Tftv' Mary Portella A- Claire Ellen Pensyl Christine Marie Petracca 1 as 'Rmb Randy .Philson uf . A . v' Janis Ruth Pozzi 174 S john E. Perry, Ir. Dennis Lee Petrelli Marie Elizabeth Phipps Cwilym A. Price III Mary Elizabeth Pe rry Patricia Annette Phares Sharron Raye Piltz Linda W. Prine ,lx i , L v Ste hen Ginny Prollcator Pukanic Betsy Louise E116 Putnam amsey Karen Beth Clark Reeves Remington '-vs-:is Bethany Ann William Riebel Rigby john A. Lynn Lorene Purbrick Purvis Krista Dagmar Christina Susan Elizabeth Rector Reda Reed Jonathan A. Deidre Ann Resnick Reynolds , 3 i Susan Elisabeth Charles Anthony Andrew Lucas Rile Ritter, Jr. Roach 175 William R. Robert L. Cora Beth Sherri Lynn Rose Robinson Ronksley Rooney l Sandra Lee Ilene Lane Wendy Karen Lynne Rosecrans Rosen erg Rosfeld Ross ,- 2 I ' Qi - A, , Q, :Ig K. ,gf A1 Leslie Rossin Charles Bayard Marlene Sue klnet L ne Rowe Rubin ubinogn Jeanne Louise Barbara Anne Susan Marie Rubinoff Rucker Rump 176 Andrea Russell Praxedes Ann iire X laCf61'S . E Q! ,, ,, NN 65 fi M Lynda Joyce Ryan Linda L. Sapienza Diane Lynn Sawhill Betty Lewis Schar William E. Ryan Michael Sable Kathy Satler Darlene Ann Scarpaci Jane R. Schenck 177 Timothy Sharman Satler Sauer Lisa Mary Catharine Abigail Scattaregia Schade Barbara Schiffhauer They were friends. You could tell cause they always Walked the halls together before school. And together they stood around the publica- tions oflice laughing, talking, and watching other students go by. They shared chemistry notes, brought each other pencils, worried to- gether about the same things, watched the same TV shows, and together they joined the same clubs. They graduated together, went on to college thousands of miles apart, but remem- bered that they were friends. 'Vai '22, as ,G . b as ' gm VM g. ft! , f .5 .74 jg: . QS M 2 E,,,,.1 ,, si Y.. .Q ffl X 4-ag Ianet Louise David Stier Schilberg Schlamb Gregg Alan Scott Tony Patricia Ann Sgro Shaw Robert james Sally Anne Schmidt Schomer Schreiner Dorothea Karen Thomas Joseph Dianne Sabina Schuch Schultz Schwager 141 A. Christopher Tony lane Seigle Sekowski Sessa Theresa Ellen Susan C. David Robert Shaw Sherlock Sherman 180 Donna Lee Patrick I. Edward Shields Shields Shiring I? fl ,mg David Charlson Richard Wayne Case Shonberg Shore Shouh Linda Kaye Rebecca Ann Michael Edward Simon Sistik Siyufy John F. Patrick William Peggy Smith Smith Smith 181 'Q- Iames Lyn Shomo '25 Sarah J. Shumaker Robert Edwin Skirboll Rod Lain Smith Debora L Silhol Grant W. Smith 1 David John Robert A. Kimberly I. SueAnn Sneberger Soroker Souder Southworth Dorothy Karen Sue Cary Carl Richard Andrew James Sparks Spiegel Spinks Spring Sprouge Constance Kathryn Theresa Miriam Carolyn Barbara Lynn Lawrence joel St. Clair Stacy Starr Stein Stein A Gail V. Ellen Benjamin W. Jayne Anne Stephens Steranko Stevel-man, jr, Stewart 182 W Susan Carol Ral h Harold Paul B. Iohn X. Robert A. Stewart Stirllng Stokes Strutzel Sunseri Linda Lee Nancy Elaine Mary Sue Swanson Swartz Sweeney Tari Larayne Barb jan Mary David john Arthur J. Swenson Swiecicki Swisher Szabat Tatangelo Don Donald E. Nick Burton Walter Taylor Thomas, Ir. Thompson Thorpe, Ir. 183 To1norrow's the test. And it's your last chance to understand the chapter. Most of the class has already grasped the theories, memorized the equations, and triumphed over the sticky conversion problems. Theyire ready for something new while you'1'e still puzzled about the old difficulties. The bell has rung and only a few students remain un- settled and Whispering as class starts. Oh, how will you ever catch up? But fear not, anxious student, somewhere across the vast expanse of open notebooks, there stands a teacher trying to reach you, too. 184 by ,J I 'F r . X Y A ' . X ,1 w 1 is .xg iw X LK , . . R, is -- N EEE W Q E . 1, H 21' .4 , W 5 , 1 si 22 W M Q4 Sa Z 9 Paul Lambert Paul R. Theodore M. Beth Ann William E. Tillson Timms Tracy, Jr. Trullender Upcraft 'R Debra Io Anthony C Sally Elizabeth Upton Valicenti Van Dusen Lf Kathy William Christina Steve Vanzin Vetter Vidmer Viviano f yu H, -wb 'Q X, ,, "N, W ll H ll I V4 Ion C. Douglas Nelson Alan Herbert A. Ruth Ann Volkwein Volmrich Walker Wall Wallin 186 Michael Patrick Walsh Ov? Marcia Ruth Watts Amy E. Weintraub Rok M. esterman Bert F. Robert Harold Leonard Wardell, jr. Warner Watts Cynthia Mary IO Weaver Weidl Steven Jay Richard Thomas A. Kit Weiss Welch Welch Wentzel 16 Carol Paul Michael Malcolm Keith Weston Wetzel Whipkey 187 w , , ' elk? 5. X. ia L any Iames Stuart Samuel C. Karen William Anthony Wholehan Wholey Wichmann Wick Terry Theresa Mary Tim Williams Williams Willson '42 lean Lynn Lawrence Carol Anne Wilson Winschel Wise 'TITID' Judith Ann Martha Claire Paula Gail Mimi Wolf Wolfensperger Wolfson Wollett 188 Robert D. Williams Q1 Cynthia Louise Wilson Sue Ann Wissler Gail Prince Woodhouse 63 Linda Marie Janice Valorie Ann David K. Woolf Worrall Worthy Wright '57 Howard E. Douglas M. Celeste Elizabeth Wylie III Yadon Yenke Deborah Ian Wyatt ' 1 A N Z Y.: K -. A I. I. L William Dwayne Judith L. Anthony R. Lynn Jane Daniel D. Young, jr. Youngquist Zacchero Zimmerman Zoller FT? Beverly Ruth Judith Zolot Zwolak 189 190 i You see the face of the girl in the hall with the wet, stringy hair, no make-up, soggy lashes, and you know by her miserable grimace she's come straight from swim- ming. You see the boy with the shining eyes, confident smile, and proud bearing as he comes from the French room, and you know he's done well on the test. You look at the faces as they pass in the hall, each different, re- flecting successes, failures, joy, grief, or anger - a spectrum of people you might Want to know. Then you look in the mirror and see the hopeful face of the person you want to understand most of all. 191 N DIRECTORY Leslie Abromovitz: Tennis, Honor Boll, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Softball, Ticket Taker. Susan Louise Ackenheil: Tennis, Honor Roll, Pep Club, F.T.A., G.A.A., Homeroom Off. jeff Acklin: Honor Boll, Swimming Capt., Interscholastic Softball. Paul Adams: Rifle, Cross Country Mgr., Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. jack Edward Aitken: Football, Track. Nancy Susan Alcorn: Activities Key, Honor Roll, Volleyball, Attendance, Honor Award Comm. Chrm. Anne Penelope Alexander: Thespians, Honor Roll, Scenery, Rifle, Checkroom, F.H.A. John Robert Alexander: Band, Band Mgr., Swimming. Kitty Lynn Alexander: S.U.N., C.A.A., Costumes Comm., LANTERN. Richard Francis Ali: Intramural Sports. William Lee Ali: Football, Track. Virginia G. Alter: F.T.A. Howard jay Alterman: Football Tr.. Honor Boll, Homeroom Off., Activities Key, Basketball Tr. Cynthia Lee Amick: Swimming, G.A.A., Homeroom Off.. Honor Roll, Announcers, Synchronized Swim min g. Cyrus V. Anderson, jr.: I-lomeroom Off., Scenery, I-lonor Roll, Interact Club. James A. Andrews: Orchestra. Robert M. Anstadt: Basketball, Ushers, Honor Roll. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Softball. Linda Cathy Appel: F.H.A., Volleyball. Diana Falkner Applin: Honor Roll, Ushers, Library, Mixed Chorus Music Mgr. Deborah Atherton: Honor Boll, "Devilette," S.U.N. Martha R. Auner: Honor Roll, Secretarial. George Avdey: Honor Roll, Homeroom Ott., I.V. Football. Finance Comm. Christine M. Badolato: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., School Spirit Comm., G.A.A., Spanish Club, LOC. Carolyn Anne Baker: Display Case, Honor Roll, j.C.L., T1-ack, G.A.A. Pam Baker: F.H.A., G.A.A., Spanish Club, Band. Susan Ann Barcic: F.T.A., Volleyball. Gus H. Bardy: Ushers, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. john Bryant Barker: Cross Country, j.V. Track, Cross Country Mgr., Track Mgr., Homeroom Off. Diane Mary Barnett: Art Club, F.T.A., Scenery. Mary Ellen Bamhart: Medical, Library, F.T.A., C.A.A., McKees Books Tutoring, Senior Prom Decorating Comm. Patricia jo Bartram: Bockettes, Pep Club, F.N.A., Library, Decorating Comm., Homeroom Program. John Mark Bates: Honor Roll, Basketball, Baseball, Student Congress Pres., Principal's Advisory Council. Marianne Bates: Pep Club. C.A.A., Ways and Means, Homeroom Off. Clare Mary Bauman: F.T.A. Off., Homeroom Off., F.I-l.A., Sophomore Guidance Council. Wendy Patricia Bauman: Rockettes, G.A.A. Swimming, Homeroom Oil., Basketball. Ruth Ann Beach: Pep Club. Michael Beachler: Cross Country, Track, j.V. XVrestling, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Properties Comm. David Charles Beck: Honor Roll, Ushers, Homeroom Oil., Activities Key, Football. Kirk M. Beckert: Honor Roll, Decorating Comm. Geri Belle: Medical. LANTERN, F.T.A., Pep Club, Intramural Sports. Denise Louise Belluomini: Rockettes, Homeroom Off., Bulletin Board Comm., Pep Club. Dena Benatan: Honor Roll, S.U.N., "Devilette" Editor. Franca Benedicty: Orchestra, j.C.L., N.F.L.., M.M.M., Honor Boll, Attendance. Rex A. Bennett: Honor Roll, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Intramural Volleyball. Homeroom Off. Susan jane Bennett: Medical, F.T.A., Rifle, School Spirit Comm., C.A.A. Joyce Benson: Basketball, F.H.A., Pep Club. C.A.A., Golf. 192 Nancy jane Bemard: F.T.A., G.A.A., Homeroom Ott., Secretarial. Albert Bertini: Honor Roll, Football, Baseball, Homeroom Oil., Intramural Basketball. Jay Alan Berwanger: Band, Intramural Sports. Deborah Jeanne Bickel: Make-up Comm. Chrm., Homeroom Oil., Mixed Chorus. Thespians, Activities Key, Honor Roll. Randy Paul Bies: Track. David Alan Bitner: Football, Baseball, Homeroom Ott., Student Congress V.P., Honor Roll, Activities Key. Karen Mary Blir: F.N.A., F.H.A., C.A.A., Medical, Library, Track. Alan Carlos Blanco: judo Club, Honor Roll. Edward L. Bleiberg: Band, Homeroom OE., Activities Key, Announcers, Honor Roll, LOC Business Editor, OPEX. john Paul Bohaski: Intramural Softball. Cvnthia Louise Bohden: Band, LANTERN, Chorus, Visual Aids, Secretarial. Laura Christine Bomeli: F.T.A., Honor Roll, C.A.A., Homeroom Oil. Donald Richard Bonwell II: Swimming, Track, Cross Country. Gregory Bossart: Track, Intramural Softball, Intramural Basketball. Nikki Ann Bouyoucas: Honor Roll, Ways and Means, F.T.A. Philip Raymond Bower: Band, Golf, Thespians, Honor Roll, Scenery. Richard Bruce Boyer: Football, Baseball, VVrestling, Homeroom Off. Jane Ellen Bradbury: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. Gail Maureen Bradley: Band, F.T.A., G.A.A., Honor Roll, Costume Comm., LANTERN. Nancy Carol Bradley: Activities Key, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Rockettes, Student Congress Sec. Linda Gail Brand: G.A.A., Spanish Club, MOUNTY. Martha Lee Brecher: Honor Roll, Homeroom Olf., F.T.A., Student Art Comm., Human Relations Council, N.B.A., LOC. Thomas Andrew Brett: Band, Judo Club. Mary Grace Bretthole: Honor Roll, F.T.A., Blue Dgvil, Decorating Comm., G.A.A., Homeroom O . Douglas johnson Brindle: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Wrestling, Football, Physical Fitness, Sophomore Guidance Council. Christopher A. Brown: Honor Roll, M.M.M., Orchestra, Projection. William Brown: Honor Roll, Band, N.F.L., M.M.M., Intramural Basketball, Chess Club. Ph llis Ann Brownlee: Rockettes, Homeroom Oflll, F.T.A., G.A.A., Latin Club, LANTERN Robert Rowland Brownlee: Football Mgr., Rifle, Track Mgr. Frances Lynne Brubaker: Homeroom OE., F.N.A., G.A.A., Medical. David Glenn Brueggemann: Intramural Basketball. William Bruegmann: Honor Roll, Studio, Swimming. Sue Ann Brungraber: Honor Roll, Homeroom, Off., G.A.A. Douglas William Buchanan: Honor Roll, 'Track, Swimming. james H. Bugay: Projection, Honor Roll. Patricia Jeanne Bums: F .T.A., Homeroom Oil., Rockettes, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Finance Comm. Curt Cafarell: Intramural Basketball. Mark Caldwell: Band, M.M.M., "The Soimd of Music," Announcements, Ushers, I.V. Rifle. Leslie Ann Calkins: I.V.'Cheerleader, Rockette, LANTERN, F.T.A., Homeroom Prog. George Callahan: Band Mgr., Rifle, Honor Roll. Candace R. Campbell: Honor Roll, Pep Club, Secretarial. Gary S. Campbell: Homeroom Oflicer, Intramural Sports. james F . Caramanna: Football, Wrestling. Gina Toni Cardomone: G.A.A., Secretarial, F.H.A., Pep Club, Synchronized Swimming. Nancy Ann Carlin: Ways and Means, Medical, Attendance, Library. William S. Carnes: I.V. Football, I.V. Swimming, Honor Roll. R. Gre o Carrin on: Student Court, Honor Roll, gt Richard john Cenitti: Intramural Baseball, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Soccer, I.C.L. Mark A. Chamberlin: Intramural Soccer, Parking Lot, Spanish Club Off. Douglas Burton Chambers: Track. Vivian Chase: F.H.A., G.A.A. Elizabeth Grant Cheney: Triple Trio, M.M.M., Off., Theslpians, "The Sound of Music," Mixed Chorus, S ow Group. Cindi Elaine Chlijner: Scenery, Basketball, F.N.A., G.A.A., .H.A. Sljeigea Ioan Christman: F .T.A., Honor Roll, Pep C u . Edward J. Cipriano: Basketball, Baseball. Robert S. Cissna: Projection. David M. Clare: Basketball, Football, Honor Roll, Chess Club. Margaret Catherine Close: M.M.M., Homeroom Off., Triple Trio, "The Sound of Music," Honor Roll, "Bit of Broadway." Arlene Ruth Cohen: Honor Roll, LOG Business Editor, F.T.A., Mixed Chorus, Homeroom Ofll., Advisory Council. Robert Michael Coho: Band. Barbara jean Colella: Honor Roll, F.T.A., Homeroom Oli., Pep Club Chml., Social Comm. Judi Anne Coles: Gymnastics, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Scenery, Makeup, Homeroom Off., Synchronized Swimming. ,Larnes Edward Collery IV: Student Congress resident, OPEX. Elizabeth Ann Collins: Library, Medical. Charles Raymond Colver: Cross Cormtry, j.V. Track, Tennis, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Spanish Club Off. Robert B. Comerford: Honor Award Comm., LANTERN, Intramural,Basketball, Ushers. Larry E. Cook: Honor Roll, I.V. Cross Country, I.V. Track. Mayford L. Cook: Woodshop Crew. Emily Ann Cooke: Rockettes, F.T.A., G.A.A., Library, Homeroom Program, Traffic. Anne Pitcairn Copeland: LOG Facult Editor, Honor Roll, F.T.A., Homeroom OE., Nancy Laura Correll: Attendance, Honor Roll, Idlomeroom OfHcer, LOG, G.A.A., Student Art omm. 193 Martha Coughanour: Honor Roll, G.A.A., Rockettes, Homeroom Off., Student Congress V.P. Elizabeth R. Coughlin: Honor Roll, Make-up Comm., Library, Secretarial, F.T.A., Homeroom Off. George P. Coussoule: Ways and Means, Ticket Taker, LANTERN, MOUNTY. Constance Anne Covert: Rockettes, Pep Club, Scenery Comm. Robert Knight Cox: Football, Wrestling, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. William C. Crawford: I.V. Football, Football, Intramural Softball, Intramural Basketball. Nancy Lynn Cre s: F.T.A., Honor Roll, Pep Club, Academic Games. Geoffrey F. Crissman: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., I.V. Track, Track, judo Club. Margaret A. Critchlow: Ways and Means, Medical, Secretarial. Mark E. Cromer: Swimming. games A. Cullison: Honor Roll, Track, Wrestling, hysical Fitness Team, Homeroom Off. Susan Katherine Dahlmann: Honor Roll, Activities Key, Make-up Comm., Girls' Ushers. Susan Jean Danforth: Rockettesp, Honor Roll F.N.A., Attendance, G.A.A., Library. Daniel J. Deady: Intramural Softball, Homeroom Off. Ellen Marguerite Decker: Band, F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Secretarial, Pep Club. Bruce C. Deemer: Cross Country, Track, Intramural Softball. Ann E. Deering: Activities Key, Gymnastics, Announcements, Make-up Comm., Chorus, Honor Roll. Stephen M. Delano: Orchestra, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. Richard Bruce Dell: Honor Roll, Chess Club. Deborah Laura DeLong: Thespians, Homeroom OE., Costume Comm. hrrn., Activities Key, Secretarial, Honor Award Comm. Deborah Scott,DeLong: Tennis, 'F.T.A.,- Homeroom Off., LOG, G.A.A., Sffretarial. Chris Edward DeRoss: Ways and Means, Cross Country, Track. Ann Agnes Devenyi: Secretarial. Mark William Dewald: Homeroom OE., Ushers, Projection. Claudia DeWolf: Girls' Ushers, Cap and Gown Comm., S.U.N., School Spirit Comm. joy Dietrich: F.T.A., Pep Club. Margaret Ann Dillinger: Medical, Library, Pep Club, F.T.A., Costume Comm. Deborah Dillner: Golf, Medical. William Joseph Ditrovati: Costume Comm., Intramural Softball, Ski Club. Nancy V. Dixon: F.T.A. Thomas j. Donoghue: Stage Crew. Lisa I. Donovan: Secretarial. Patricia Louise Donovan: F.T.A., Swimming. Sue Donovan: F.H.A., Secretarial, Library. Christopher L. Douglass: Swimming Debbie Douty: F.T.A., Secretarial. Harold Sears Downing, I.II: Honor Roll. Barbara Jane Driscoll: Ski Club, F.T.A., G.A.A. Nicolette Drummonds: Gymnastics, G.A.A., Synchronized Swimming. Wylene Duda: Swimming Co-Capt., Track, Orchestra, Chonis. Nancy Carol Duffy: Homeroom Off., Band, Honor Roll, F.N.A. OE. Sue Ellen Duffy: Honor Roll, LANTERN, Band, M.M.M., F.T.A., G.A.A. John Dulis: Honor Roll, Cross Country, Track, Homeroom Off., Stage Crew. William S. Dundas: Intramural Basketball. Kathleen Dunn: Pep Club. Terry Susan Edelstein: Triple Trio, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., S.U.N., Spring Musical, Mixed Chorus. Barbara A. Eichinger: Library, Volleyball. Patricia L. Elbome: Rifle. Cail Ann Eppelsheimer: Homeroom OE., Activities Key, Rockettes, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Decorating. Douglas Erickson: Swimming, Track, Cross Scott R. Etheredge: Homeroom Off., Intramural Softball, Intramural Basketball. Robert Falk: j.V. Football, Football, Wrestling, Homeroom Off. Dorothy Ann Farrell: Student Court, Honor Roll, Ways and Means, Library. Martha Farrington: Honor Roll, A.F.S., Chemistry. David lloseph Fasulo: Advisory Council, j.V. gcgmtba l, j.V. Basketball, Football, Homeroom Donald W. Faulkner: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball. Sandra Lee Fazio: Honor Roll, F .T.A., Homeroom Off., Properties. Alan Feinberg: Swimming, Homeroom Oli., Honor Roll, Intramural Softball. Jonathan Feinstein: Gymnastics, Honor Roll, Parking Lot Chrm., judo Club. Scott Douglass Fields: Basketball Mgr., Usher, Homeroom Off., Guidance Council, Honor Roll, Activities Key. Ralph Donald Fife: Football. Deborah Ann Fink: Homeroom OH., Honor Roll, F.T.A., F.H.A., G.A.A., LOG. Linda Lee Fisher: Ways and Means, F.N.A., Medical. Martha Ann Fitzgerald: G.A.A. Marcia Elaine Fleming: Rockettes, F.T.A. jaclynn Lee F letcher: Homeroom Off., Student Congress Sec., Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.T.A., Medical. Jo E. Ford: Rockettes. Joyce Lynn Fountain: Honor Roll, G.A.A., Homeroom Off., Ski Club. Susan Beth Frank: Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., LANTERN News Editor, F.T.A., Biology Lab. Cynthia Ann Freeber : Rockettes, Honor Roll Leaders' Club, Basketball, Honor Award Comin., Activities Key. Lance Fremd: Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Stage Crew, Swimming. William Christian Friesel: Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Prom Comm. Gary Garside: Wrestling. Gregory R. Gearhart: School Spirit Comm. Edward Gething: Football Mgr. Joyce E. Geyer: Honor Roll, Scenery, Homeroom Program, G.A.A., I.C.L. Jeffrey Forbes Gibbs: Intramural Sports, Homeroom Oli., Announcing, Parking Lot, Ticket Taker. Mary Gillilan: Thegpians, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, LANT RN, Student Art Comm., "1.B.", F.T.A. Lorre-Ann Gingrow: Honor Roll, F.T.A., Volleyball. joseph Michael Gorin: Honor Roll, Tennis, Intramural Basketball, Swimming Mgr. Pamela Ann Grainger: Rockettes, G.A.A. William Gary Grant: Football, Swimming. james R. Gray: Chorus, Intramural Sports. Linda K. Greber: Pep Club, F.T.A. Phyllis Keddie Gribschaw: Homeroom Off., Track, F.H.A., G.A.A. Barbara Grosso: Medical, Decorating, G.A.A. Elisabeth A. Grove: Usherette, MOUNTY, Scenery, Pep Club, F.T.A. David C. Grube: I.V. Football, Football, Homeroom Off. joAnn M. Gustafson: Honor Roll, F.N.A., Golf. Daniel Aloysius Hagan: Parking Lot, Art Comm., Ski Club. john Thayer Hagy, Ir.: Swimming. Kathryn L. Hall: Homeroom Off., F.N.A., Honor Awards Comm. William james Hall: Band. jessica Barbara Hallum: Attendance, Information, S.U.N., F.T.A., Properties. Thomas L. Hardie: Usher, Projection, - Ticket Taker. Ellen Ann Hardin : Pgfp Club, Homeroom Off., LOG, Spanish Clui O ., Decorating, Chemistry Squad. Douglas john Harmon: Intramural Sports, Ski Countrv. Nanci Anne Froehlich: Homeroom Off., s Club. ' Secretarial, G.A.A. Jana Erickson: F.T.A., Rockettes, Homeroom 1 ' Joyce Marie Harold: Library, F.H.A., G.A.A., Oli., G.A.A., Homeroom Program. IOHIIHC FUl'l!l'l2 Honor Roll. Medical. cretarial, Medical.. ' . , - . , U l I 3 . Q 5 . x H' 9 Sl-A 'Q - 'N 4 d s 5 u : r Mir: 3lqlllfllll:':l.l33i3iiElil Bret Harter: Judo Club, Projection, Usher. Lawrence D. Hartford: Homeroom Off., Track, Cross Country. Kim Alan Hatcher: Wrestling, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Physical Fitness Team Intramural Sports. Debra L nn Hawkins: Homeroom Off., Pep Club, School Spirit Chrm., Blue Devil, F.T.A., Honor Roll, G.A.A. ggrothy H. Hawkins: F.T.A., G.A.A., Homeroom Katharine Phillips Hawkins: F.T.A. Off., Homeroom OH., Honor Roll, G.A.A. Mark Edward Heights: Intramural Sports. William Lawrence Henry: J.V. and Varsity Wrestling J.V. and Varsity Golf, Intramural Sports, Homeroom Off. Dale R. Hesse: Homecoming Off., Track. James N. Hirsehfield: Orchestra, Honor Roll, M.M.M., J.C.IZ., Stage Crew. Dan Ryan Hixenbaugh: Track, Intramural Sports, Homeroom Off., Judo Club. Fay Kelly Hoffman: Chorus, Drama Club. Emest S. Holzworth: J.V. and Varsity Football, Gymnastics, Baseball. Nancy Lynn Horgan: Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Honor Roll. Mark Harrington Homby: Band. Mary Patricia Hough: LANTERN. George Alfred Housley: Cross Country, Track, Honor Roll, Wrestling, Homeroom Off. Lynn Dale Housner: Honor Roll, Wrestling, J.V. and Varsity Football, Intramural Sports, Homeroom Oif. Bill Hubbard: J.V. Basketball, Track, Intramural Sports, Homeroom Off. Richard D. Hughes: Intramurals Sports. Helen Mary Hull: Honor Roll, Gymnastics, Volleyball, G.A.A. Margaret Jean Hunt: F.T.A., Track, Basketball. Peggy Ann Hutchison: F.N.A., Medical, G.A.A., Gui ance Advisory Comm., LANTERN, Attendance. Comelius Whitney Hyzer: Band, Chess Club, Honor Roll, Academic Games, M.M.M. 55333: 'Pi Barbara Jean Jack: Rockettes, F.T.A., G.A.A., Homeroom O . George William Jacoby: Homeroom Off., Football, Honor Roll, J.V. Basketball, Track. Paul Wright Jameson: Band, Visual Aids, Honor Roll. Katherine Sara Jenkins: Scenery, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., LOG, Thespians, "See How They Run." Mary Ellen Jennings: Rockettes, F.T.A., Homeroom Off., F.N.A., Honor Roll. Diane Lee Venarda Johns: Properties Comm., Costume Comm., Annoimcing, Honor Roll, Student Art Comm., Secretarial. John R. Johnson: Scoreboard, Stage Crew, Thespians. Mark Johnson: Homeroom Off., Judo Club. Victoria Deatrich Johnson: Homeroom Off., Pep Club, Swimming, asketball, F.N.A. Bonnie Louise Johnston: Medical, Attendance. Karen Lee Johnston: M.M.M., Triple Trio, Thespians, "Sound of Music, Homeroom OH. Donald P. Jones: Football, Softball. Douglas Signe Margaret Jones: Secretarial Frederick Winston Jones: Football Mgr. Steven Charles Jones: Honor Roll, S.U.N., Chemistry Lab, LANTERN. Susan Jane Maria Joseph: Honor Roll, Political Science Forum. Eric B. Josephson: Honor Roll, OPEX, N.F.L. Mounty Editor. Karen Ann Josephson: Girls' Ensemble, Choms, "Sound Of Music". James Charles Judkis: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Chemistry Lab, LOG Photography Editor. Thomasf-J. Junker: Band, Honor Roll, Social Comm. hrm., Ushers, Student Art Comm., Costume Comm. Gary E. Kaatz: J.V. and Varsity Football. Jeffrey Lewis Kaley: Baseball Mgr., Ways and Means, Library, Gymnastics Mgr. Jeff Kalla: Ticket Taker, Cap and Gown, Financial Comm. Rose Ann Kane: Girls' Varsity Basketball, Leaders' Club, Honor Roll, Honor Award Comm., Homeroom Off., Activities Key. 35: C5 Charles Kaplan: Stage Crew. Forest A. Kaszycki: Track. Richard L. Keller: Thespians, "See How They Run". Leslie Ann Kelly: Make-Up Comm., F.N.A., Cap and Gown Comm., Decorating Comm. James Alan Kemper: Band, M.M.M. Marian Elizabeth Kennedy: F.T.A., Medical. Katherine Ketchum: Make-Up, Academic Games, LANTERN, Scenery, Ushers, Honor Roll. James Richard Kiefer: Intramural Sports, Parking Lot. Kathleen Bridgid Kimmick: Quill and Scroll, Thespians, "J.Bf', "A Man for All Seasons", LANTERN Editor-in-Chief. Kristina Sue Kimmell: Homeroom Oif. Stephen M. King: Ushers, Homeroom Oif., Tennis. George Winston Kirtland, Jr.: Football, Track, Volleyball, Softball, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off. Sally Klapproth: Band, Student Art Comm., Costume Comm., Honor Roll. Alan Jay Klein: Honor Roll, Chess Club, Intramural Sports. Bob Klein: Intramural Sports, Ushers. James J. Klopper: Chemistry Lab, Honor Roll. Mary Ellen T. Kmec: Honor Roll, Synchronized Swimming, Thespians, F.H.A., Pep Club, G.A.A. Jerome Craig Knutson: Chess Club, LANTERN. Frederick Kountz: Wrestling. Sara Ann Kraber: Honor Roll, Spanish Club, Chemistry Lab, Homeroom Off., Pep Club. Cindy Louise Kubiak: Secretarial. Phyllis R. Kulik: Honor Roll, Medical, Ways and Means. Carole Lois Kunlde: Honor Roll, Cheerleader, Honor Award Comm., F.N.A., F.T.A., LOG - Activities Editor. Lori Kay Kustes: F.T.A., Band, Secretarial, G.A.A. Catherine Laboon: Rockettes, F.T.A., Pep Club, G.A.A. Ellen Lahman: Medical, F.N.A., S.U.N., G.A.A. 5. B Q s5i3M.s3:.,: isiiiiiiiliiii Siiiii Chris Laity: F.H.A. Claudia LaMark: Secretarial. Lelgey David Lammert: Homeroom Off., Honor 0 . Ruth H. Lammert: F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Make-up, G.A.A. Sheryl Lynn Lang: Honor Roll, F.T.A., Pep Club, Homeroom Off., Secretarial. I. Clayton Larrnett: Honor Roll, N.F.L., Chess Club. William Walter LaRoche, III: Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball. Susan Elizabeth Lather: Homeroom OH., F.T.A., G.A.A., MOUNTY. Nancy jane Leathers: Rifle Co-capt., Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Hospitality, Attendance, N.F.L. Margaret Anne Lee: Honor Roll, LANTERN, G.A.A., F.T.A., Properties Comm., Homeroom Comm. Katherine Lentchner: Band, G.A.A., F.T.A., Library. Bruce Wallace Leverett: Chess Club, N.F.L., Honor Roll. Robert Mark Levin: Honor Roll, Orchestra, M.M.M., I.C.L. Deborah Levine: Honor Roll, LOG Literary Editor, Homeroom Off., Homeroom Comm. Betty Lilli: Honor Roll, Pep Club, F .T.A., G.A.A. Charles Wesley Llewellyn, jr.: Golf, Intramural Sports. Carol jean Logan: Library. Gail Ann Lohman: 1.V. Cheerleader, Rockettes, Cheerleader, Homeroom Oil. Laurel Lopatnikov: G.A.A., Secretarial, F .T.A. David R. Lorenz: Stage Crew, Scoreboard, Sound, Ski Club. janet Louise Lowe: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. John Lucas: I.V. Football, Cafeteria, I.V. Track. William R. Lunoe: I.V. Football, Football. Lynn Lyndes: Stage Crew, Thespians, LANTERN. Steve MacDonald: Band, "A Man For All Seasons", "See How They Runv, Thespians. Mary Lynne Maddex: MOUNTY Typing Editor, MOUNTY Editor-in-Chief, Homeroom Off. Joyce Lynn Mahan: F .T.A. Iris Sue Mallet: F .T.A., Homeroom OE., LANTERN, Honor Roll, Secretarial. Barbara Ann Mallinger: Library, F.H.A., Secretarial. Linda Mancuso: Make-up, Decorating Comm. Erma Louise Marian: Honor Roll, Spanish Club, Thespians, F.T.A., N.F.L. Betty Markey: F.T.A., Homeroom OH., G.A.A., Pep Club, Honor Roll. Sally Ann Markgraf: Pep Club, Library, Attendance, G.A.A., Tennis. Phyllis Ann Marovic: Library, Secretarial. Marianne Marsalek: Ways and Means, I.C.L., MOUNTY, Honor Roll. Natalie Louise Martini: Student Court, Honor Roll, F.T.A., Usher, Attendance. Marianne Massucci: Homeroom Oil., Honor Roll. M. Catherine Mathison: Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Leader's Club, Basketball, Swimming, G.A.A., LOG, Track. Clive Montgomery Matthews: Projection, j.V. Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Physical Fitness Team. S. Gregory Mautz: Gymnastics. Deborah C. Maxcy: Swimming, Pep Club, Homeroom Off. William Harrison McAleer: Ways and Means, LANTERN, N.F.L., Honor Roll. Mary S. McArdle: Make-up, F.T.A. Andrea McCardle: Library, Check Room, McKees Rocks Tutor, F.T.A., Pep Club. Mary Louise McCarthy: Chemistry Lab, Library, G.A.A. Margaret McDermott: F.T.A. Elaine Louise McElhattan: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. Arlene Avis McEvilla: Homeroom Oil. Honor Roll, F.T.A., G.A.A., School Spirit Comm. Eleanor Barry McGahey: LOG, Honor Roll, G.A.A. Kathleen M. McGeeney: I.V. Cheerleader, Decorating, F.T.A., G.A.A., Orchestra. 196 Bonnie Clare McGill: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., LOG Business Co-Editor, F.T.A. Michael McGough: Physical Fitness Team, Wrestling. ggnstance Grace McGrane: F.T.A., Homeroom jane Elizabeth McHale: F.T.A., F.N.A., Homeroom OE., Pep Club. Christine Louise INQI-Ienryi Honor Roll, Activities Key, F.T.A., F.H.A., library, PepwClub. Leslie McIntosh: Basketball, G.A.A., F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Decorating Comm. Robert C. McKee: Orchestra, Gymnastics, Parking Lot. Raymond C. McKelvey: Swimming. Jack A. McKinnon: Public Address, Scoreboard, Stage Crew, Projection, Thespians. james Francis McMahon: j.V. Football, j.V. Track. Deborahlgean McNeill: Medical, Honor Pin Comm., omeroom OE., G.A.A., Usherette. Joanne McNulty: F.T.A., G.A.A., Homeroom Off., Rockettes, LOG, Honor Roll. Sara Mercer: Honor Roll, Library, Honor Award Comm., Homeroom Off., Attendance, G.A.A. William E. Mercer: Honor Roll, Football, Baseball, j.V. Wrestling. Donne Lou Michaelson: Honor Roll, F.T.A., 'G.A.A., Volleyball, Homeroom OE. Theresa Michenzi: Pep Club, Medical, Decorating Comm. Karen B. Miller: Honor Roll, G.A.A., Secretarial. Nancy Clements Miller: F.T.A., G.A.A., Rifle, Honor Roll, School Spirit Comm, Cap and Gown. Richard Anthony Miller: I.V. Track, Honor Roll, I.V. Football, Football. Susan A. Miller: F.T.A., F.N.A., Make-up, G.A.A., Rockettes. Deborah Ann Milo: Activities Key, Honor Roll, Cheerleader, Homeroom OH., Finance Comm., "Devilette" Virginia Ellen Minnotte: Medical, Library. Darlene johnette Mitchell: Secretarial. Mimi Mitro: Attendance, Candy Sales. Edith Elizabeth Mock: Track, G.A.A., Pep Club. Linda Susan Molosky: F.N.A., G.A.A., Pep Club, Attendance, Cap and Gown, Decorating Comm. john Francis Monahan: Intramural Sports, Honor Roll, Academic Games. Robert H. Mong: Honor Roll, Wrestling, Usher. Deborah Elizabeth Moody: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Swimming, G.A.A., Synchronized Swimming. Dennis M. Moore: Honor Roll, Decorating Comm., Swimming, Homeroom Off., Usher, Athletic Office Mgr. Elizabeth Ann Moore: Gymnastics, Ways and Means, F.N.A. Kathryn R. Moreland: Volleyball, G.A.A., Checkroom, Medical, F.T.A. Charles john Moretti: Intramural Sports, Gymnastics. Shelly Leigh Morgans: Homeroom OH., F.T.A., G.A.A. Mark Richard Mosley: Student Court, Honor Roll, Hospitality, Chemistry Lab. Deborah Ellen Mottsman: Honor Award, Cap and Gown, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., LOG. Sandra jean Mulert: Rockettes, F.T.A., G.A.A., -Homeroom OH., Honor Roll, Decorating. Berl Dallas Mumy: I.V. Rifle. Robert Cordan Murr: Cross Country, Homeroom Off. john Alfred Murrell: Band, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off. Charles Stelzig Myers: Band, Mixed Chorus, M.M.M. Off., Baroque Choir. Charles Thomas Myers: LOG Editor-in-Chief, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., S.U.N., N.F.L., j.C.L. Margaret Mary Neel : Honor Roll, Chorus, Volleyball, Ways and'Mea.ns, Ushers, james Denis Nees: Band. Lenne Nicklaus: Honor Roll, G.A.A., Rockette, Homeroom Off., F.T.A., Swimming. Gary Wayne Oates: Honor Roll, Ways and Means, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Softball. Wendy Oberlin: F.T.A., G.A.A., Art Club, Band, Costume ,Comm., Bulletin Board. Brian C. O'Connor, Jr.: I.V. Track, Track, Homeroom' OH. ' Noel C.. Opgermanz Basketball, I.V. Basketball, j.V. Footba . Susan Candace Overend: Pep Club, F .N.A., G.A.A. Barbara Pachilis: Honor Roll, Attendance, Costume Comml, F.T.A. William james Pade: Track, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., I.V. Track, LANTERN. Gerald Clayton Pagane: Art Comm., LANTERN. Raymond P. Panicco: Baseball, Intramural Sports, Basketball. Candy Pantelich: Attendance. Madaline Ann Pantone: F.T.A., Ski Club Comm., Attendance, G.A.A., Honor Roll. jean 'Marie Parker: F.T.A., F.N.A., G.A.A., Ski Club Comm., Pep Club. Michael Parker: Intramural Softball, Ways and Means. Beverly Pasko: Attendance, Secretarial, MOUNTY, G.A.A., Scenery, Tennis, Homeroom OE. Barbara Elaine Patterson: Ways and Means, Honor Roll, G.A.A. Diane Paul: Volleyball, F.T.A., LANTERN, N.F.L., S.U.N., Honor Roll. Claire Ellen Pensyl: Honor Roll, Band, Girls Usher, Secretarial. Michael T. Penland: Intramural Sports. john E. Perry, jr.: Cross Country, judo Club, Tutoring. Mary Elizabeth Pen'y: Library, Cap and Gown Comm., School Spirit Comm., S.U.N. Jeannie Kath n Peters: Hospitality, LOG, G.A.A., LANTERN, Homeroom O . Dennis Lee Petrelli: Intramural Softball, Cafeteria. Patricia Annette Phares: Honor Roll, Activities Key, Basketball, N.F.L. Off., Studio, Volleyball. Timothy Phillips: Ways and Means, Baseball Mgr. Williams G. Phillips: Swimming. Randy Philson: F.T.A., Scenery. Marie Elizabeth Phigps: Rockettes, F .T.A., Pep Club, Homeroom O ., Honor Roll. Sharron Raye Piltz: G.A.A., Library. 197 Mary Portella: Chorus, Scenery. Lanis Ruth Pozzi: I.V. Cheerleader, Rockettes, asketball, Art Comm., Finance Comm., Homeroom Off. Gwilym A. Price, III: Rifle, Honor Roll, Stage Crew, S.U.N., Ticket Taker. Linda W. Prine: Tennis, Rockettes, F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Tutoring. Stephen Prokator: Homeroom Off. john A. Purbrick: Honor Roll, Academic Games, Chess Club Off., Publicity Comm. Lynn Lorene Purvis: Band, Secretarial. Betsy Louise Putnam: M.M.M., Off., Orchestra, Scenery, Checkroom, ,Academic Games. jane Ramsey: Rifle, Checkroom Chrm., F.T.A. Krista Dagmar Rector: Scenery, MOUNTY, G.A.A. Susan Elizabeth Reed: Honor Roll, Track, Activities Key, F .T.A., F.H.A., Girls' Ushers. Karen Beth Reeves: MOUNTY, Scenery, Honor Roll. Clark Hartwell Remington: Band. Lonathan A. Resnick: LOG Art Editor, Honor oll, N.B.A. Deidre Ann Reynolds: Homeroom OE., G.A.A., F.T.A. Bethany Ann Riebal: Pep Club, Homeroom OH. Susan Elisabeth Rile: Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Rockettes, Activities Key, Decorating Comm., Student Directory Comm. Charles Anthony Ritter, jr.: N.F.L., Chess Club, Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball. Andrew Lucas Roach: Football, Track, Softball, Swimming. William R. Robinson: Football Tr., Wrestling Tr. - Mgr., Honor Roll. ' Robert L. Ronksley: Band, Christmas Tree Sales. Cora Beth Rooney: Homeroom OH., Scenery, Medical. Sherri Iiyinn Rose: Studio Announcer, Off., MOUN , Honor Roll, A.F.S., Homeroom Off. Sandra Lee Rosecrans: Activities Key and Guard S.U.N. OE., LANTERN Executive Editor, Honor Award Comm., N.F.L., Volleyball. Ilene jane Rosenberg: Honor Roll, Activities Key, Academic Games, N.F.L., Girls' Ushers, LANTERN. Wendy Rosfeld: S.U.N. Off., N.F.L., Rifle Team, Mixed Chorus, Honor Roll, Activities Key. Karen Lynne Ross: F.T.A., G.A.A. Leslie Rossin: F.T.A., Make-Up, Secretarial. Charles Bayard Rowe: Honor Roll, Ski Club, Cloakroom. Marlene Sue Rubin: Homeroom Off., F.T.A., Medical, Pep Club, G.A.A. janet Lynne Rubinoff: j.V. Cheerleader, Orchestra, Homeroom Off., F.T.A. Jeanne Louise Rubinotf: F.T.A., Pep Club, Homeroom Off., MOUNTY, Prom Decorating Comm. Barbara Anne Rucker: Scenery, McKees Rocks Tutors. Susan Marie Rum : Honor Roll, F.T.A., MOUNTY, LANTERN, LOG, G.A.A. Andrea Russell: Scenery, Gymnastics, LOG, Honor Roll, Student Art Comm., Properties Comm. Lynda joyce Ryan: Band, G.A.A. William E. Ryan: Track. Michael Sable: Golf, Honor Roll. Constance St. Clair: F.T.A., Social Comm., Homeroom Ott., Attendance, Secretarial. Linda L. Sapienza: F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Orchestra, G.A.A. Kathy Satler: Pep Club. Sharman Sauer: Rockettes, G.A.A. Sheryl Ann Sauer: Swimming. Diane Lynn Sawhill: Secretarial, Homeroom OH., Rifle Team, F.N.A., Medical. Darlene Ann Scarpaci: Homeroom Off., F.T.A., G.A.A., Pep Club. Lisa Mary SCZUBYEETHS Activities Key, Honor Roll, LOG Sports ditor, Homeroom Off., Rockettes, Thespians. Catharine Abigail Schade: LANTERN Features Editor MOUNTY Poetr Editor Activities Ke , Y r Y- Homeroom OE., Honor Roll, Announcing. Claire Schaefers: Pep Club, Bulletin Board, Triple Trio, Chorus, Honor Roll, Baroque Choir. Betty Lewis Schar: F.T.A., Scenery, Student Art Comm., G.A.A., Homeroom OE. Jane R. Schenck: F.N.A. Oli., Chorus, S.U.N., Spanish Club. Barbara Schifthauer: Pep Club, Track, Secretarial, F.T.A. Janet Louise Schilberg Rockettes, F .T.A., Tennis, Homeroom O ., Honor Roll. David Stier Schlamb: MOUNTY Business Mgr., Honor Roll. Robert 1. Schmidt: Honor Roll, Football, Gymnastics. james Schomer: Academic Games, Chess Club. Sally Anne Schreiner: Activities Key, LANTERN Copy Editor, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Honor Awards Comm., Properties Comm. Dorothea Karen Schuch: Homeroom Off., Golf, Rockettes, School Spirit Comm., F.N.A., Homeroom Comm. Dianne Sabina Schwager: Honor Roll, Cheerleader, A.F.S., F .T.A., Homeroom Off., "Devilette." Gregg Alan Scott: Homeroom Off. jane Sessa: Honor Roll, j.C.L. Off., G.A.A., Cap and Gown Comm., Tony Sgro: Band, LANTERN. Patricia Ann Shaw: Ways and Means, Orchestra, Swimming, Synchronized Swimming, Medical. Susan C. Sherlock: Golf. David Robert Sherman: Intramural Wrestling, Intramural Basketball, MOUNTY, Honor Rol . Donna Lee Shields: G.A.A., Homeroom Off. Patrick Shields: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Swimming Mgr., Football, Activities Key. David Charlson Shonberg: Chess Club, Band, Honor Roll. Richard Wayne Shore: Homeroom Ott., Academic Games, Rifle, Swimming, Chess Club. Sarah J. Shumaker: Mixed Chorus, "Bit of Broadwayf' "The Sound of Music,', F.T.A., Decorating Comm., Ski Club. Debora L. Silhol: Decorating Comm., G.A.A., F.T.A., Pep Club. Linda Kaye Simon: Honor Roll, LANTERN Typing Editor, Announcing, Girls' Ushers, McKees Rocks Tutors. 198 Rebecca Ann Sistik: Ways and Means, F.N.A., G.A.A., Pep Club. Michael Edward Siyufy: Academic Games, judo Club, OPEX. Robert Edwin Skirboll: Football, Track, Intramural Softball. Grant W. Smith: Band. John F. Smith: Honor Roll. Patrick William Smith: Football, Baseball. Peggy Smith: Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Pep Club, Secretarial. Rod Lain Smith: Football, Wrestling, Track. David john Sneberger: Track. Kimberly Souder: Cheerleader, Rockettes, F.T.A., Honor Roll, Homeroom Off. Dorothy Sparks: Orchestra. Karen Sue Spiegel: Secretarial. Gary Carl Spinks: I.V. Track, Honor Roll, Gymnastics. James Sprouse: Intramural Softball. Kathryn Theresa Stacy: Honor Roll, Pep Club, F.T.A., Ways and Means. Miriam Carolyn Starr: Rifle, Track Mgr., Band, Honor Award Comm., LANTERN, Activities Key. Barbara L n Stein: Honor Roll, OPEX Chrm., Activities Key, MOUNTY Art Editor, Display Case, Student Art Comm. Lawrence Yoel Stein: Track, Homeroom OE., Human Re ations Council. Gail V. Stephens: Rockettes, Basketball, Volleyball, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Pep Club, Leaders Club. Ellen Steranko: Honor Roll, Cap and Gown, Pe Club, F.T.A. Benjamin W. Steverman, jr.: Track, Chemistrv Lab, Homeroom Prog. ' Jayne Anne Stewart: F.T.A., Secretarial. Susan Carol Stewart: Tutoring, F.N.A., Pep Club, Spanish Club, Basketba l, Track. Ralph Harold Stirling: j.V. Cross Country, j.V. Wrestling. Paul B. Stokes: Band, M.M.M., Honor Roll. john X. Strutzel: Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, P MOUNTY, I.V. Track, N.F.L., Student Art Comm. Robert A. Sunseri: Football, Track, Intramural Sports. Linda Lee Swanson: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Synchronized Swimming, Volleyball, C.A.A., F.T.A. Nancy Elaine Swartz: Band, Honor Roll, G.A7A., F.T.A., Homeroom Comm. Mary Sue Sweeney: Honor Roll, S.U.N., N.F.L., Display Case. Tari Larayne Swenson: G.A.A., F.N.A., Homeroom OE., Pep Club, Rockettes. Barb Swiecicki: Costume Comm., Library, Medical, Property Comm. jan Mary Swisher: Honor Roll, F.H.A., Chorus, F.T.A., Homeroom Off., Cap and Gown. David John Szabat: Band, Track, Cross Country. Arthur 1. Tatangelo: Costume Comm. Don Taylor: j.V. Basketball. Donald E. Thomas, jr.: Honor Roll, LOG Editor - Senior Activities Directory, LOG Photographer. Nick Thompson: Track. Paul Lambert Tillson: Football, Track, Wrestling. Paul R. Timms: Football Mgr., Track Mgr., j.V. Track. Theodore M. Tracy, jr.: Honor Roll, Wrestling. Beth Ann Trullender: Pep Club, I.C.L., LANTERN. Debra jo Upton: Rockettes, Secretarial. Anthony C. Valicenti: Football, Track, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll, Intramural Sports. Sally Elizabeth Van Dusen: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., LOG, F.T.A. - Off., G.A.A., Secretarial. Kathy Vanzin: Honor Roll, F.T.A., G.A.A., Decorating, MOUNTY. Christina Vidmer: Rockettes, Decorating, G.A.A. F.T.A. Steve Viviano: Basketball, Baseball. Jon C. Volkwein: Wrestling, Projection, Ways and Means, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off. a Douglas Nelson Volmrich: Homeroom Off., I. V. Trac , Track. Alan Walker: Football, Wrestling. Herbert A. Wall: Homeroom Off., Cross Country Mgr. Ruth Ann Wallin: F.T.A. Michael Patrick Walsh: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Intramural Sports. Bert F. Wardell, jr.: Library, Attendance. Robert Warner: Honor Roll, Auditorium Ushers Chrm. Harold Leonard Watts: Wrestling, Track. Marcia Ruth Watts: Band, Track, Swimming, Honor Roll. Cynthia Weaver: Pep Club, F .T.A. Mary jo Weidl: Rockettes, G.A.A., F.T.A., LOG Classes Editor, Honor Roll. Amy E. Weintraub: Honor Roll, Rockettes, F.T.A., Homeroom Off., LOG, Thespians. Steven jay Weiss: Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball. Richard J. Welch: j.V. Football, Intramural Wrestling, Football, Intramural Softball. Thomas A. Welch: Intramural Sports. Kit Wentzel: I.V. Football, I.V. Track, Football, Track, Ticket Takers. jack M. Westennan: Band. Paul Michael Wetzel: Track, Cross Country. Malcolm Keith Whipkey: Football, I.V. Football, Homeroom Off. james Stuart Wholehan: Band, Student Court, Track. Samuel C. VVholey: Swimming. Karen Wichmann: Leaders Club, Rockettes, G.A.A., Gymnastics. William Anthony Wick: Chemistry Lab. Robert D. Williams: Intramural Sports. Terry Williams: Art Club, Student Art Comm. Theresa Ma Williams: Honor Roll, Chorus, Girls' Ensenzble, Library. Tim Willson: Intramural Basketball, Swimming. 199 Cynthia Louise Wilson: Homeroom Off., N.F.L., LANTERN, Honor Roll, S.U.N., Decorating. Lean Lynn Wilson: Honor Roll, Rockettes, omeroom Off., Decorating Comm. Chnn., Activities Key, F.T.A. Lawrence Winschel: Honor Roll, j.V. Track, Intramural Sports. Carol Anne Wise: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., F.T.A., LANTERN, MOUNTY. Sue Ann Wissler: Medical. Judith Ann Wolf: F.T.A., Rockettes, LANTERN, G.A.A., Homeroom Off. Martha Claire Wolfensperger: Band, F .T.A., LOG, Girls' Ushers, Secretarial, A.F.S. Comm. Paula Gail Wolfson: Chorus, Honor Roll, F.T.A., "The Sound of Music," "Bit of Broadway." Mimi Wollett: Pep Club, F.T.A. Cail Prince Woodhouse: Honor Roll, Activities Key, Thespians, Make-up, Girls' Ushers, Gymnastics, Tennis, Scenery. Linda Marie Woolf: Pep Club. Janice Worrall: Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Make-up, Secretarial, F.T.A. Valorie Ann Worthy: Student Art Comm., LOG, Scenery. David K. Wrigcht: Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Trac , Properties, I.V. Track, I.V. Cross Country. Deborah jan Wyatt: j.V. Cheerleader, Rockettes, Homeroom Off., Honor Roll. Howard E. Wylie, III: I.V. Track, Track, Candy Salesman. Douglas M. Yadon: Honor Roll, S.U.N., Aca emic Games. Celeste Elizabeth Yenke: Library. William Dwayne Young, jr.: Football. Judith L. Youngquist: Volleyball, F.H.A., F .N.A., Ways and Means. Lynn Jane Zimmerman: McKees Rocks Tutoring - Chrm., Honor Roll, Girls' Ushers, Secretarial, Homeroom Off., Synchronized Swimming, A.F.S. Beverl Ruth Zolot: F.T.A., F.H.A., Pep Club, LANTERN, Secretarial, Library. Judith Zwolak: Secretarial. In a school of 2200, there is an amazing tendency to lose your identity als 'G Thlngs get out of focusg fades . . . you feel llke glvlng 2 "eee ,e x e A - , 4. A ,f -iv 45- , lf ',-. f' .- M-H 1 - , Q. :-: - L g mt. - m fl 312 5 4 i.,1,qQtY:.,T. V, -- - 5-N xsaff-'z W . . 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