Northrop High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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fill MAL .-, ■ I p- - , I LLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1833 02292 9589 ' J?-« y9-ai- Bear Tracks is unique in Northrop High School " Bear I ' racks 1973 " volume 2 . . . Opening section edited by Pam Keener staffed by Theresa Fischer and Clarita Rhea . Academic secticm edited by Brad I.usk and staffed by Terry Of- ford and Kathy Wilkerson . . . Sports section edited by Greg Kroemer staffed by Gregg Houser . . . Group section edited by Beth Feichter and Denise Moore and staffed by Renee Gunder . . . Album section edited by Jody Weimer staffed by Mary Beth Martin, Becky Fogle, Jim Skinner, Deb McMahan, and Rick Griffith ... and Closing section edited by Sue Ake and staffed by Kathy Jones and Andrea Mihavics . . . Advisor Mr. James Peter Sweeney. . . Student Life . . Academics — 46 . . Sports— 104 . . Groups — 144 . . Album— 182 . . Closing— 236 ' I gotta be me ' cries inner self To be an individual within the crowd, to be unique. Distinguished by ideas looks morals personality as a whole. The inner self- foundation on which the body chassis stands. Communication expression involvement together root the beginning of life. Individuality evolves as a single part of the total person. We make our own peace. This day is a new and perfect 24 hours. Time to act and react as one part of the total body. Each one collects a mixture of memories to treasure. Good times to remember, Bad times to forget. Every face reflects a certain sadness at loss, joy in victory, (triumph) and unequaled frustration in not knowing. Each person unique in his every emotion. The light of victory is ours To overshadow the agony a smile, a nod to make my day complete silent moodiness... eats at my conscience listen to the quiet We plant memories and tracks of graduating Bruins, someday to be uncovered in retrospect. The first time capsule holds a lasting impression never to be erased. Serving as a constant reminder of the good times past, our high school years become pasted pictures on the scrapbook of each mind. We are unique. Unique in our own time. . •t f ' . ' « Bruins plant memories The world, like stalks of clover, sprouts a new root everyday. We are like the flowers, never hesitating to grow, yet never ceasing to die. We dare to be different, but are sometimes crushed in our dreams. We like to think we ' re the best, but it most be proven. Coming out ahead, we have passed the test of humanity and are indeed the best. Life— a living challenge Musical scene We aim for success, by the composition, completeness and by the harmony of music. The varying melody and rhythm makes a song easy to move with, listen to, and perform with a record, in front of a group or just for practice. To gain perfection by the completeness and by the harmony of music. p 1 l ■ " «,o ,. m Bruins explore success in In sports we strive to win allowing only a few moments of defeat to clouden the image. Victory gains mixed with loses help to form an overall unity of spirit unique in Bruins. A winning touchdown a scoring run a record-breaking time the first to the finish line. We experience success. in competition. Through our outward talents and abilities, an inner self grows. Biology, Latin, home ec, and wood shop. As some speak in a foreign language, each person communicates in the terms most familiar to him. Each contributes his part to the total student body. Endeavors unite the total person lik ► t Your uniqueness f i v- - Elton Amos playing the piano while the others are practicing singing. Right on with Afro Extravaganza The Afro-American Club has been rather busy this year. They held a black history program one week, with Laurietta Jordan and Jeff Straton as commentators. After that came the an- nual Extravaganza which netted a reasonable profit according to Mrs. Ir- by, the head of the group. For the first time ever, the club decided to hold a " Miss Afro " contest. The title was claimed by La Vonda Moore and Fran- cine Harris and Brenda Moore were the runner ups. Also, during Christmas, they sponsored the canned foods drive for the Allen County Children ' s Home. The club itself contributed one hun- dred goods to neighborhood Services Association. Their last project was a trip to King ' s Island. An academic award was awarded to Laurietta Jor- dan for having the highest average among the seniors in the club. Two members of the Afro-Extravaganza are standing during their performance holding the nationali- ty flag. During the Sadie Hawkins Dance, Minister Levy married Patty Mertz to Bob Pea. On April 13, Northrop students dressed up in country clothes for the Sadie Hawkins dance. There was ap- proximately 75 people who were doing a little foot-stomping, knee-slapping, and hand-clapping to the tune of country rock. The band played on while others snuck away to be married by " Marryin ' Sam " , alias Mr. Richard Levy. Mr. Paul Spuller committed bigamy ... he married three women. This was heard from an on-the-spot eye witness. There was no fee to be married. Maybe that was why Mr. Spuller took advantage of this service. For the ones who were eager to be married, but later regretted the outcome, divorces were available on the following Monday in school for only $10.00! No divorces were ever granted . . . doesn ' t that show the true, everlasting love of Northrop High School?! You could tell by the atmosphere that everyone was having a whoppin ' good time . . . Girls ask fellas to Sadie Hawkins Strangely dressed back-country folk fill the Northrop gym for a real hoe-down with their jugs filled with who knows what. New happenings bring new fun On October 13, 1972, Northrop Northrop played Wayne High had its first Homecoming in its School which Northrop was the victor, history. All of Northrop ' s first The Homecoming queen was an- graduating class was invited. nounced as Miss Jennifer Johnson. Encouraging spirit and pep into the crowd is Sr Cheerleader Lee Ann Wallace. k ( ucen Jennifer is_ shown with Sr, Class President Al Martindale after arc Cheryl Jsom. Mike Whitt, and Jennifer ' s escort, Mark Warsco. along with new faces Thumbini ' snme hnnz-ie is Jr. Lnis Rowlands at the Homecoming Dance. • ' Hey man, we ' re winning! " shouts Bruin Band member, Robert Scalf while lining up to perform during the half-time of a football game. ■j r " ' ' ' : v.::;::,, ;:.; ;•: This year many students of the Northrop advance drama class worked hard to present " The Visit. " After about six weeks of practice the actors finally got into the feeling of this very serious involved drama. Of which was presented on the 16 and 17 of November, 1973. Setting the stage with props, before and during the performance was the job of the stage crew. They also worked on the lighting, curtain and scenery. The actors did a good job of getting into the feeling of the play. People will do anything for money was the theme behind the drama. Uniquely the sign was originated by Terri Riley. Starring into space is Starr Nahrwald after Anton Skill ' s killing. Dan Butler pleading with Lynne del Cross to Cythia Steckbeck and Val Karasek setting, the mood for the scene. Ding Dong Northrop ' s calling Some members of the cast are Esther Lacy, Debbie Geise, Val Karasek, Scott Smith, Penny Johnson. Kelly Pierce, Renee Gunder, Denise Schutz, and Deb Treesh. Etc. 73 is fun for all Jud Hodrrick. Scntt Smith. Mike Roderick. Cindy Moore, and Jeff Stratton put it all together vwhere in their eyes. Dave Johnson and Cindy Steckbeck try thi skill at danrinfi. Etc. ' 73 gave Dan Butler the chance to introduce acts as a ghostly M.C. Acts ranged from skits and pantomines to solo acts, which were chosen by teachers in the Fine Arts Department. Students tried out with acts as magicians, chorus girls, and singing and dancing acts. Jim Nemeth is shown displaying his skeleton face flafi acting as the greatest magician. Chris Crull shows the most extn out her part in the talent show. ie strain at trying to act Dan Butler tries his best to look like an intellectual " Human Being? " 44 The young ladies contemplate a fresh bit of gossip about Charley Wykeham and his aunt. Mr. Proctor and stage hands work behind-the-scenes to prepare the outside effects of the musical. Where ' s Involved in another predicament, Charley takes time out from his busy day with Mr. Cindy Steckbeck, as Mrs. Hopkins shows disgust Charley " highlights Fine Arts year " Where ' s Charlie? " or even better might be who ' s CharUe as Dan Butler rolicked through the 1973 Musical as both Charlie and as Charlie ' s Aunt. A strong cast helped showcase this 1890 ' s play brighten up Northrop in 1973. Spettigue to serve afternoon tea to his guests. at the ruins of the messy house. Kitty and Amy discuss their indecision. Charley, played by Dan Butler, dances to the tune " Once in Love With Amy. " Seniors receive the long awaited Mr. Tom presents the girls physical education award to Vicki Stuckey. Mr. James Sweeney presents the " What ' s Bruin " award to seniors Frank Balogh, Ester Lacy, and Debbie Mann. The seniors wait until all have taken their places before the recognition ceremony begins. Mr. Spuller tries to keep his papers in order dur- ing recognition night here at Northrop. mi ISyHHiHHll HBH HHB ' $ ; ' JyWa t i v m IP m Senior recognition day Jennifer Johnson receives the best girl award for outstanding citizenship. Debbie Tilbury. Al Martindale, and Jeff Halter wait patiently for the opening announcements at recogni- tion ceremony. On the 31st of May at 7:30 p.m. the seniors were invited to recognition night at Northrop. The ceremony was held in the gymnasium. Many awards were given out in cups, metals, and trophies. The SpuUer Valedictorian cup this year went to Jeff Halter. He also was awarded the science cup. Maria Shock was the Salutorian in which she was given the Tricolas Salutorian Cup. She also was given the 4th year Latin award. The different departments gave their awards away. The academic award was given to Ed Zbacnik in Mathematics. Jon Warkentin was given the Pressler-Physic Cup. The Social Studies Achievement went to Ruth Ann Lachot. Business Depart- ment Key was awarded to Vicki Boley. Rick Magley went from the recognition with most of the awards from track. They were the Most Valuable Track, Most Valuable Cross Country. Mrs. Janet Weber presents the modern foreign language award to Beth Sams. Northrop ' s first Gymnefest provided an exciting evening for both the audience and participants. Selected students from gym classes displayed their agility by dangling from the uneven parallel bars and flip- ping across the floor in a series of tumbling routines. Physical Education is an impor- tant area at Northrop and follows the Greek axiom of a sound mind should exist in a sound body. Physical con- ditioning is important in Northrop PE but there is another aspect and that is personal recreation that can continue through the rest of the individual ' s life. Coordination and balance are needed to build human sculpture like this. He flies through the air with the greatest of ease, but those people underneath show some concern as to exactly where superman Force of habit from the noon lunch periods make the commons door a good place to watch the show. jfcv fc Students show talent in Gymnefest will light down. Nonna McGraw displays gymnastic talent with the old fashioned hula hoop. Janice Jackson throws a cream pie while Kim Kleoper, Starr, and Dennis ColUns watch in awe. Mr. Certain listens intently to a group of Saints A group of Bruin cheerleaders cheer everybody along as we prepare ourselves to smash the Wayne Generals. Our pep sessions are Bruin ' ! Spirit and enthusiasm are products that are ranked in surpluses at Northrop. Under the leadership of their sponsor, Mrs. Jan Lipp, the Bruin yell leaders together with various groups that planned and acted out the skits did a great job of getting everyone up for all the games. Faculty participation, especially during the basketball tourney when the cagers were doing so well, was a treat that the students enjoyed. Coach Dille on his trike and on his bike rivaled Mr. Ron Certain as the " Doughboy " will be remembered for years by those victorious Bruins. The Seniors lose jello race to the JUNIORS. convincing him to forfeit the game. Different faces at Japanese educators discussion of the American school system. Performing in the auditorium is pianoist Colen Blumfield. Ed Roush stopping to talk with some students in Rallying up pep session for sectionals is help by Hillyard Gates. Northrop Captain Cook and his dog " Jim " are demonstrating how a guard dog works during one of the English classes. the commons. ■3 P| i t« »r(h ' »t- t» 5,H 176i€5? During the school year students were entertained by various special guests. Some presented their ideas and ambitions while others displayed their talents for the enjoyment of the faculty and student body. These assemblies were a great delight to students due to the frequent early dismissal of classes. Our unique " exertions! Kevin Dunn shoots an arrow at a Festum Romanum at Wayrie High School for the birthday of Rome Three members of Mr. McCory ' s ecology classes crush glass in their glass drive at Scott ' s IGA. as volunteers, donate their blood at the Red Cross Center to help those of whom are deprived. Besides the usual clubs and organizations of any school, there are always special projects classes, groups of people, and so forth engage themselves into to try and better their environment a little. Our goals are to always succeed but success isn ' t hand- ed to us on a china plate. We must work for it. However, we make a plunging ef- fort to try. Even if we don ' t totally succeed, at least we can open other people ' s eyes as to what Northrop High School can do besides excell ourselves in sports alone. We consider ourselves the best and we put forth an effort to prove it. As the saying goes, " If at first, you don ' t succeed, try, try again. " Starr Nahrwold cleans up at Children ' s Zoo. While sitting in the garden, Megan Nash and John Bannister sneak in a quick kiss when nobody is looking. Nights with love and happiness The after-prom which was held at the Shiloh Barn developed into more dancing and more fun. The dancing ended around 4:00 a.m. then after seven hours of music, fun, and pure enjoyment the prom, and after-prom was over. The decorations was headed by Jody Weimer, Cathy Wilkerson, Terri Offord, Malinda Linn, Pat Sommers, Sue Mettert, Marianne Ferraro, Den- nis Burk and Sara Hill. During the after-prom which was held at Shiloh Barn students dressed more casual. Seniors Wid Knight with his date Bicky Voley at this year ' s Jr-Sr. Prom. Men in tuxedos while women in formal gowns started the Prom off with a touch of grace. The Junior-Senior Prom was held on the night of May 11, at Northrop. The theme was Nights and White Satin. The Johnny Stier Band played from 9 till midnight. The prom chairman committee was headed up by Jody Weimer and Cathy Wilkerson. Mrs. Janet Weber, Miss Peg Whonsetler, Mr. William Brown, and Mr. Glen Bickel were the sponsors for this year ' s prom. V H B ..- Malinda Wade and her partner begi n to dance while the Johnny Stier Band played on. Prom is Knights in White Satin Queen of the Prom Lynne Del Grosso, pauses for a moment with, her date Gene Mero. Graduate Dave Simmons seems ready to take on the world with that diploma! Mr. F. W. Brown strides boldly towards the plat- form. Bruins graduate over 500 for ' 73 Papa Bruin Paul Spuller and assistant principal Dick Horstmeyer get a pretty smile from a very pretty now graduate. The outside world doesn ' t seem to frighten these two intrepid souls anymore. Question. When are you so happy that you have to cry or at least sniffle? Answer. Why at graduation, of course! Ask any member of the class of 1973 from Northrop High. Over 500 of the finest young ladies and gentlemen from Fort Wayne were marched up the aisle of the Coliseum and were officially graduated from Northrop on June 5, 1973. They marked the closing of a career in high school that had begun a long twelve years before and one that was marked with many deep and lasting friendships. But they now will leave the Coliseum and go in all different directions in the words of the commencement speaker, Mike Aspy. The handing out of diplomas began with Jeff Halter as the Valedic- torian and went through the reading of names for over thirty minutes until the last sheep skin was awarded. Emotions during the ceremony ranged from sheer joy to boredom as the ritual progressed, but again and again the overwhelming thought was of the change in life style and surroun- dings that such a simple thing as a commence ment could bring to the grads. Both of the student speakers, Mike Aspy and MaUnda Faye Wade alluded to the new stage that the class was embarking on after June fifth. John Schultz proudly takes his sheepskin. Bruin unity is a factor that has been hard to beat and worthwhile to create. ' • 3 l 1 H Q ggflM H H H M j i H K H S3I W M ■p H ■l iT hJ pHjflfl f Kk mW i .. B B BJHSB B jB |9 H lt «fiH . -- % V S lT Jkw m m .il Mf i the last strains of the Alma Mater in the echoes, the class of 1973 is reaching the point that marks their close. Grads embark on their new life Dan Butler doesn ' t have to act happy now! Dave Wilkerning and Denise Moore lead the last refrain of the Alma Mater. Malinda Faye Wade addresses the seniors before they leave Northrop as grads. What will you miss most about old Northrop High School? Will it be the excitement at the ball games or the crowds in the lunch line. Maybe it will be your favorite class or that cute guy or gal that you always see in the hall second period. Whatever it will be, you will miss it and there won ' t be another chance to be a Bruin like you were before. Somehow it changes once you become a graduate and that ' s all right. Going to school is aimed at the commencement ceremony and that big ceremony is the real reason for school. It is not the ball games or the lunch line or even that cute guy or gal. It is graduation. When you leave school you will miss it but then school and a lot of peo- ple connected with it will miss you. Miss you for the things that you were and could be. Miss you because you are you. Joy was unrestrained as the class of 1973, Northrop ' s class with class went out of the Coliseum and into the world. Northrop is unique in AcademicS Acting, listening, and participating Fort Wayne Brown William Dillon Bernice Irby Louise Isom George Miller Carrie Moden James Morey Marjorie Slabach Shirley Williams Mrs. Hinton, a librarian aid at Anthony Wayne Elementary School, visited the children literature classes here at Northrop. With the use of visual aids, such as puppets and books, she teaches the proper way of reading a story to elementary students. aptain Cook from the Humane Society carefully instructs his dog " Jim " to guard Kirby Scheimann as a monstration. Captain Cook and Jim were brought in for Mystery Story class. part of English elect Carol Hammer. Sandy Vondran. Ms. Wichern, Mike Aspy and Ken Overton prove that an English class can be fun. Mr. Brown instructs Mark Fisher. Diane Hoff- man, and Pam Butler as they act out a short pantomine as an assignment. How would you like to tell a class of elementary students a story or put on a play for their enjoyment? Listen- ing to speakers from I.U. Campus and the Fort Wayne community or working on extra reports and projects are just some of the interesting things that happens in Northrop ' s English classes. This year is the first here at Northrop for English electives. Some of these are Mystery stories, Childrens Literature, Suspense and Adventure, Advanced Composition, Greek Mythology, Technical Writing, Childrens Theater, and The Bible and Shakespeare. Today the electives are more valuable to the student because they are learning things that they will have reason to use the knowledge they are gaining. This new program will get better every year because they will revise the electives offered and at the same time will add new classes as the need arises and asked for by the stu- dent body. New procedures used in English A study of William Shakespeare led to doing news broadcasting and a doing their broadcast students were video taped so the students could view studying of the Shakespearean period and the events that occurred. While the telecast in later time. English humanities teacher, Mr. Fort Wayne Brown instructs sophomore Pam Butler to join Tom Black and Cathy Dick in a short pantomine. Jess Beltz does a news broadcast while being video taped for his Shakespeare class. ' M ' i % A new teacher? Well no, but not a bad idea. Jim, a German police dog watch over the class as a demonstration while his trainer. Captain Cook left guards over Mr. George Miller ' s Mystery Story class. Jim was ordered to the room for a moment. Sophomores Virgil Lawson, Jim Wimbley, and Tom Patton use cassette the cassettes to improve their comprehension and listening skills needed for tapes in Mrs. Shirley Williams Developmental Reading class. Students use a better understanding of the English language. Jour, receives award Busy with the underclass pictures the journalism room becomes alive with activity. James Sweeney i « Kelley Pierce and Angie Gernhardt going over ad contracts for the newspaper. Stressing the two way com- munication and breaking the language barrier was accomplished in Mr. Sweeney ' s Mass Media class. In Journalism 1 2 students learned the basics of the newspaper, yearbook, and photography. The Journalism 3 4 classes were divided into the yearbook, newspaper, and photographers. A total of thirty students work on the newspaper with three page editors and two co-editors. The yearbook has three editors and six co-editors working with twenty people. The photographers had the job of taking pictures for both the yearbook and the newspaper. Photographers Dave Simmon, Ken Burgener, and Mr. James P. Sweeney are busy taking pictures at a home basketball game against Carroll High School. Junior Glenn Wolfe receives help from Mr. Sweeney in his beginning journalism class. by Quill and Scroll Jody Weimer. Rick Griffith, and Mr. Schlueter from Wal. ' iworth Publishing Co. talks over about new type setting for the Y. B. Co- Editors Karen Davis and Ray Balogh set up a sports page under Mr. Sweeney ' s supervision. Jim Skinner, sorts through senior informal pic tures for the yearbook. Projection, poise, and organization Sophomore Russ Roloff acts as chairman with sophomore Barbara Bristol as a carrier while the class tries to make a decision reguarding a major topic in Speech class. William Brown Ross Roloff, chairman, and Diane Pond, secretary, practice parliamentary procedures during their Speech class. In this world of vast communica- tion basic speaking techniques are still needed and used. Introducing a person or giving an informative or convincing speech is the way Mr. William Brown ' s first year speech classes began learning these techniques. After voice inflection, poise, and reorganization of their thoughts they will advance to debates and even heckling the speaker. Mr. Brown feels that everyone needs to take a course in speech. " Once in everyone ' s life they will have to make some kind of speech and a course will give the person self-confidence they will need. " After the class had voted on a topic, sophomore Diane Pond acts as a secretary and takes down notes on the class decision concerning the topic in Mr. Brown ' s speech class. Scott Zook, chairman, opens the meeting and introduces the topics for discussion while learning the methods of parliament during speech class. As a part of parliamentary procedures the class gets together and discuss their viewpoints on a topic before voting. essentials of Speech Barbara Bristol expresses her viewpoints on the procedures of parliament to her classmates as part of speech class taught by Mr. William Brown. Barb Bristol makes a final comment as the class decides which wax to vote. Compass, rulers, notes M Leona Plumanns Alan Rupp Miss Plumanns demonstrates to her advanced algebra class how to find the x andy coordinates and then plot them on a graph after substituting them into an equation. Lisa Bicknese demonstrates the use of the slide ruler to Scott Mowry, Cathy Rish, and Tom Jeppson. Lisa, Scott, Cathy, and Tom take Advanced Trigonometry. Arthur Schwab Max Thrasher Every person no matter their final goal in life needs some kind of math. Here at Northrop the math courses offered are fundamentals of geometry, general math 1 2, 3 4, trigonometry, advanced algebra 3 4, analytic geometry, geometry, and algebra 1 2. Our math department also offers two honor classes they are advanced math and advanced algebra and trigonometry. To enroll in these honor courses you must have a high ability in math and the recommendation of the teacher. Junior Sara Severine takes notes in Advanced Trigonometry taught by Mr. Rupp. Sophomore Debbie Henderson learns in her first period geometry class taught by Mr. Thrasher that straight lines are necessary for accurate figures. all part of new math Jan Friend demonstrates angle congruency in Second period Geometry class listens intently to Mrs. Janie Ewert explain the principles of Geometry her first period class. Mrs. Ewert teaches General Math and Geometry to Northrop students. Vicki Whisler Janet Weber Carol Robbins Sharon Ledo Barbara Jennings Ann Brudney Class and laboratory work needed Second year Spanish class works on a worksheet to gain the knowledge of Mrs. Carol Robbins students realize the need to develop certain skills need- skills needed to speak the Spanish language. With the aid of the teacher, ed to break the language barrier. Learning pronunciation, gram- matical structures, cultures, vocabulary, and writing all build up a foreign language. French, Spanish, Latin, and Ger- man are the languages taught here at Northrop by six teachers. These classes use such equipment as movies, film strips, tape recorders, and headsets. There are three classrooms that have electronic equipment which are made up of headphones which students can listen to prerecorded lessons. All classes have use to the language laboratory which helps students improve their speech. Mike Wolff uses a first year text book for reference to help him gain the fundamental completing a second year of Latin taught by Mrs. Janet Weber. rules needed in 9 Megan Nash uses the lab facilities while practicing speaking the French language. in a foreign language Bob Scalf and Rich Sarasien work on their skills in their second year of German. Mrs. Jennings uses the language laboratory while helping her students gain record the dialogue that is in the book then play it back to hear what they the skills needed to speak the French language with fluency. Students sound like and develop their speaki ng. Robert Bellinger Byron Doerffler ' v Juniors, Julie Wetzel and Cynthia Stanley learn to calculate and fill in the worksheets in record keeping class. A new skill is learned Janet Hawley Leslie Sawin Yolanda Etwert and Ora Lee Patton concentrate on their record keeping. Learning a profession in high school can some day lead to a very prosperous future in typing, accoun- ting, stenography, or secretarial prac- tice and also be helpful. These such courses are being taught here at Northrop not only for students who are going into that field of work but to the students who feel the need for it. Mr. Tim Matthias ' s Distributive Education and Mrs. Janet Hawley ' s Cooperative Office Education tries to find jobs for students who try to put their skill to use and earn good money at the same time. Other courses taught to broaden the ' students fields are Business Law, Shorthand, Clerical Practice, and Bookkeeping. These courses give the student an understanding of the sub- ject they are taught. Rosa Martin keeps her eyes on the copy while typing, the basic skills of typing are learned in the first year taught by Mr. Byron Doerffler. a new job is found Senior, Sue Farlee fills the container with coffee as part of her job at Azar ' s with DE. Junior, Pam Shaw, tallies numbers on an adding machine during a business class. Junior Denise King carefully adds a row of numbers during her clerical practice class. Adding, subtrac- Copying down the correct figures are important ting, dividing, and multiplying are all important in doing a good job. for accurate work. Working steadily Vanessa Scroggins carefully copies down the material needed. Sophomore Brian Reed keeps his eyes on the copy during his fifth period typing class. New business techniques learned Juniors Leslie Mee and Vicki Murphy work on their own, copying down neat paper and neat figures are important for a correct and perfect paper the correct material for accurate work in Mr. Lieberum ' s class. Having a in Mr. Lieberum ' s clerical practice class. Junior Tina Adams carefully types away from dictation from the die- calculating figures in Mr. Dauis ' s class. Mr. Davis helps a student, far taphone. The rest of the class works on their own typing up material or right who is having a little trouble. New concepts being created in art Robert Johnson Margaret Whonsetler Is society closing in on man? New ideas an a creative mind bring out clever but serious thoughts in the art class. This exhibition was on display in Mr. Johnson ' s class. The class working on art designs makes Mrs. Whonsetler ' s class alive with activity. Students learn to make different designs cut out of magazines. Using felt tip markers, juniors Edward Cochrane and Darrich Aldrich draw a pretty picture in Mr. " Art " _ Johnson ' s class while Meluin Worthman works on his project. W Mew Moore, Lynda Falk, Sue Greulach, and Greg David examine what is the combination of two chemicals mixed together after it had hardened. v4 With determination, sophomore Linda DeMarko clips away at a piece of paper. Learning to make jewelry, stitchery, or do silk screening are just some of the projects learned to do in the art classes. Students used silver, copper, and other metals in making jewelry, acrylics water colors, and tempra were used in painting. Students were encouraged to par- ticipate in the Scholastic Art Show. Students could enter through their art teacher any type of art exhibits which they thought might win. Some exhibits were block printing, photo silkscreens, mixed media, jewelry, graphic design, and textile design. Regionals were held here in Ft. Wayne, Northrop received a second place along with 12 winners and 22 honorable mentions. Mr. Delmar Proctor applies make-up before a performance of " The Visit " on Dan Butler. Rick Wilkerson and Mary Roach discuss the financial problems of the town Gullen, during the play " The Visit. " Add talent, practice, and deter- mination shake gently and you make up one of the best actors there is. Drama students used these techniques in performing in " The Visit " and " Butterflies are Free. " Main actors in the plays were Dan Butler and Lynne Del Grosso. In producing a play not only actors are needed but stage-craft operations. Students in stage-craft learned lighting, scenery building, and other operations needed in completing a play. Talent, practice make up Drama Kelley Pierce and Kim Kleopfer go over instruc- tions with Mr. Proctor. Lynne Del Grosso, Dan Butler, Rick Wilkerson and Mary Roach rehearse before the play to try and get their lines and actions perfected. Lynne Del Grosso and Dan Butler enjoy the parts they play of Jill and Donny in the play " Butterflies are Free. " The play was performed to the students here at Northrop. Dan Butler plays the part of Antonschill and Lynne Del Grosso the nun while rehearsing for the play " The Visit. " Orchestra strikes a soundful tune Donavon Gerig David Zumwalt Under the direction of Mr. Gerig and Mr. Zumalt the band dept., con- sisting of 165 students made up the Varsity Band, Concert Band, Orchestra and Stage Band. The Stage Band has performed at various banquets while the Marching Band has played at all Northrop ' s home football games. In the month of February the music dept. sponsored a candy sale and made nearly $4000. Practice makes perfect so students practice during their free period to broaden their skills. Row 1: Ann Beahrs, Carol Hammer, Karen Jackson, Sandi Walker, Kathy Young, Cindy Hall, Roberta Ranck, Debra Williams, Judy Jasinski, Beth Sams. Row 2: Robin Martin, Chris Harding, Ann Peipenbrink, Cheryl Harmeyer, Scott Berghorn, Ken Overton, Kathy Schnepp, Dave Warner, June Daniels, Judy Fritsch, Patty Mertz, Jim Baxter, Tom Bunner, Gary Kuntz. Row 3: Debbie Woodroof, Judy Roderick, Annette Cornewell, Rick Ries, Len Bryan, Steve Howard, Maurice Hill, Cindy Newnum, Larry Kennedy, Tim Piere, Phil Stukey, Steve Betz, Bob Heffner, Randy Gerig, Jon Brelje, Leonard Wadewitz, Elton Amos, John Link, Rick Murphy, Max Mertz, Keith Whitesides. Row 4: Chris Nichols, Jo Ann Roby, Denise Jef- fries, Henrietta Walker, Arlene Johnson, Linda Ware, John Ftoby, Don Daubs, Victor Betties, Tom Smead, Ed Zbacnik, Tim Domer, Tom Brooks, Mat Comparet, Rick Griffith, Mike Fritsch, Jay Bayne, Bob Scalf, Yolanda Gilford. Row 5: Mr. Gerig, Tim Gard, Veeda Dixon, Bart Buechner, Chad Reichert, William Grunewald, Belinda Biller, Bill Ogg, Dan Claypool, Tom Kutsch join together to make the Concert Band. Row 1: Jon Warkentin, Linda Armstrong, Gretchen Rust, Lee Wells, Kathy Schnepp, Tricia Sommer, Karlin Warkentin, Lynn Walker, Patti Coleman. Row 2: Bob Rademaker, Deb Kennedy, Vicki Visick, Bob Snyder, Debra Williams, Beth Sams, Kathy Young, Gary Kuntz, Rick Griffith, Janet Roller, Marianne Goodland, Rex Plasterer, Steve Elmer, Bob Landolfi. Row 3: Sandy Middleton, Veeda Dixon, Ken Overton, Dave Warner, Robin Mar- tin, Chris Harding, Ann Piepenbrink, Jim Baxter, Patti Mertz, Keith Whitesides, Max Mertz, Elton Amos, Mike Roderick, Jim Bruner, Dennis Beck, Leonard Wadewitz, Tom Kutsch. Row 4: Cathy Dreyer, Ola Rhea, Clarita Rhea, Dawn Plasterer, Arlene Petrie, Tim Pieri, Steve Betz, Tim Gard, Chad Richer, Bill Ogg, Mr. David Zumwalt make up the Orchestra. Students of the MMBB, Mighty Marching Bruin Band run through their Band performed at all home football games throughout the year, show during half time at a home football game. The Migh ty Marching Bruin Music cl asses have eventful year Row 1: Ruth Fraze, Deb Bercot, Becky Davis, Denise Pearson, Diane Hoff- man, Darla Hill, Cindy Miller, Julie Brunson, Maureen Wetzel. Row 2: Richard AUeger, Terrie Nelson, Phyllis Blanks, Becky Hassoun, Jackie Roller, Lauri Cox, Carol Senter, Dale Dunten, Guy Fortier, Chuck Eckman, Brenda Moore, Denise Tubbs, Tony Lynch, Debbie Macy. Row 3: Jay Jasinske, Connie Tubleson, Barb Fiore, Rosa Martin, Linda Lawrence, Nancy Brown, Kevin Gregg, Doug Schmacker, Mark Castleman, Kevin Schwab, Dan Berger, Rick Harris, Kim Hobeck, Phil Roach, Tim Cooper, Mike Fallon, Patty Mertz, Bonnie Biller, Mary Rupp, Gary Paugh. Row 4: Veeda Dixon, Mr. Don Gerig, Jay Hiles make up the Varsity Band. Clarinetist Ann Piepenbrink and trumpeter Mark Castleman go through their routine during a home football game at Northrop students are under the direction of drum major Elton Amos. Mr. Donauon Gerig keeps a smile while directing the band during a groovy pep session. Flutist Karen Jackson keeps her eye on drum major Elton Amos during the football half time. while the band keeps playing on Row 1: Robin Martin, Tim Domer, Rick Griffith, Gary Coons, Tom Brenner. Row 2: Mike Aspy, John Jacobson, Elton Amos, John Links, Max Mertz, Keith Whitesides. Row 3: Mr. Gerig, Chad FJeichart, Don Daub, Ken Over- ton, Bob Heffner, Randy Gerig, Jon Brelje, Leonard Wadewitz, Tom Kutsch, Bart Beuchner. Choirs sing out for joyful year Williams Heins Willard Holloway The Madrigal Choir along with the Girls Choir performed at Southtown Mall. The Concert Choir, Swing Choir, and the Training Choir make up the rest of the Choir Dept. The choirs consisting of nearly 170 students along with the band dept. made nearly $4000 under the direction of Mr. Holloway. Members of the Swing Choir practice to keep on pitch under the direction of Mr. Holloway. The Concert Choir consisting of Row 1: Jennifer Johnson, Lee Wells, Valerie Karasek, Vicki Visick, IVlaureen Ganey, Pat McGraw, Sue Poor, Vickie Von- dran, Judy Roderick, Denise Moore, Cindy Moore, Debbie Miller, Sara Yoder, Kathy Wright, Sue Harris, Debbie Geiser, Linda Lamb, Lucy Guevara, Jane Crumback, Becky Buckmaster, Starr Nahrwold. Row 2; Mr. Holloway, Sherry Wagner, Sue Stoops, Doreen Insley, Linda Armstrong, Leanna Casso, Cathy Toms, Lila Morlanen, Joan Lohse, Chris CruU, Gail Escosa, Jeanne Itt, Christi Seamers, Karen Davis, Gretchen Rust, Gail Alterkruse, Pam Sparks, Beth Fiechter, Rosi Stadelmayer. Row 3: Jeff Stratton, Kirk Pfaleret, Doug Cupp, Rick Parrish, Tom DeCamp, Dan Butler, Tim Maliszewske, Mark Winteregg, Joel Townsend, Mike Hartman, Dave Wilkening, Scott Smith, Mark Warsco. Row 4: Dave Price, Dennis Collins, Steve Betz, Skip Wood, Mike Stevens, Kevin Groves, Jeff Snyder, Lyndon Wall, Dave Swathwood, Mike Roderick, Steve Norris, Greg Kroemer, Bob Kemke, Jim Brenner, Mark Fredricks. Row 1: Tim Maliszewske, Mike Hartman, Linda Armstrong, Julie Johnson, Steve Betz, Mike Stevens make up the Madrigal Choir. Chris CruU, Lila Morlanen, Joan Lohse, Rosi Stadelmayer, Kevin Groves, The Swing Choir made up of row 1: Bart Buechner, Sue Harris, Jane Crum- Collins, Sue Poor, Leanne Casso, Starr Nahrwold, Tom DeCamp. Row 4: back, Vicki Visick, Cindy Moore, Denise Moore, Jennifer Johnson, Lee Mark Fredericks, Linda Lamb, Gail Alterkruse, Becky Buckmaster, Greg Wells. Row 2: Steve Norris, Gail Escosa, Gritchen Rust, Valerie Karasek, Kreomer. Row 5: Dan Butler. Lyndon Wall, Dave Price. Jeff Stratton, Dave Elton Amos, Doreen Insley, Kirk Pfahlert. Row 3: Scott Smith, Dennis Wilkening, Joel Townsend, Mark Warsco. Members of the Training Choir are Row 1: JuHe Johnson, Molly McGary, Kathy Adams, Rosann Myers, Kathy Combs, Christi Choka, Linda Taylor, Scott Steffery, Keith Wong, Dale Castleman, Jeff Wiles, Debbie Birdwill, Golria Hixon, Andrea Brudney, Deb Henderson, Kim Bruot, Faith Coleman, Vickie Vorndran. Row 2: Mr. Holloway, Susan Smith, Brenda Parrish, Pam Collins, Kim La Dow, Linda Pratt, Rose Terlosky, Mark Huff- man, Barry Stanek, Leroy Bernardin, Doug Smith, Becky Baker, Freda Walker, Sue ' Bannister, Deb McBride, Debbie Horn, Marsha Mullholand. Row 3: Gwen Turner, Teresa Jacquay, Connie Lyons, Jana Harris, Julie Grubb, Julie Brunson, Debbie Polston, Hank Hankey, Lewin Doell, Scott Bilger, Tim Armstrong, Bob Jackson, Aimee Comparet, Sandy Bienz, Claudia Luellen, Cindy Hough, Betty York. Row 4: Sue L. Smith, Katy Lehman, Diane Hoffman, Ruth Fraze, Mary Rupp, Kathy Burnett, Nancy Willig, Julie Young, Larry Wickliffe, Bi ll Hudson, Ben Farlow, Ken Wylie, John Morreale, Don Porter, Pam Rider, Debbie Mason, Cindy Snyder, Robyn Hadley, Sandy Johnson, Corinne Clark. Juniors, Marianne Ferraro, Sue Green, and Tonya Prator members of the girls choir practice rhythm, pitches, and cords along with the rest of the girls choir. The girls choir is directed by Mr. Heins. Beginning choirs have new start for next year Members of Northrop ' s beginning Training Choir practice harmonization and rhythm. Row 1: Kathy Wright, Roberta Ranck, Vicki Visick, Sue Green, Terri Gainey, Mona Roberts, Cindy Conklin. Row 2: Debbie Kennedy, Lisa Aldred, Debbie Alice, Kathy Longarder, Ruth Arnett, Carin Bannet, Lori Kiser, Jeanette Christman, Deb Mandoes, Pam Cass, Debbie Pickard, Jan Lynch. Row 3: Mr. Heins, Sue Mettert, Sherry Parrish, Dee Dee Simons, Debbie Henderson, Tina Arlic, Pat Coleman, Teresa Arlic, Debbie Remke, Nancy Richards. Cindy Moore, Judy Roderick, Sue Kimes. Row 4: Kerry Arnold, Madelin Verhest, Janine Dedrick, Dawn Plaster, Denise Aughen- baugh, Jane Taylor, Doris Butler, Marianne Ferraro, Jan Frost, Julie Frost, Sylvia Parks, Melinda Weimer, Tonya Prator make up the choir. Sports; gymnastics used in gym, Thomas Herman Thomas Tom Boys gym classes ranged from sophomore gym classes which are re- quired to individual team sports. Sophomore classes experience many different activities. Among these are tennis, archery, field hockey, gym- nastics, and many different sports like baseball, basketball, and field hockey. In individual gym classes students chose from team sports, body building, or gymnastics. In team sports students centered the year on different sports Senior John Mason and juniors Jim Cratt and Gary Daniels learn the techniques needed to play racket- like football and volleyball. ball in their gym class. Boy ' s gym instructor, Mr. Tom referees a basketball game between Ron Bailing, Billy Bell, Richard Elzy, Greg Coak, and Larry Campbell during gym class. Sophomores Jon Parker and Larry Campbell fight over a rebound while their teammates watch on during an exciting basketball game. Senior Tom Gezych lifts weights to build his arm muscles and to keep in shape. keeps body physical fit Junior Larry Evans works out on the body building equipment during his gym class. The body building Learning the rules of basketball are important as machine is capable of having 18 boys working on it at the same time. playing, so let ' s play ball. Rhythm, balance all part of gym Ruth Longardner Lenna Arnold The g m deck being alive with movement as the girls practice with hoops and Indian clubs. Everyone must take falls even in gym classes. Ruth Longardner helps Cindy Strong after she fell while classmate Jackie DeBolt watches to see if Cindy is alright. Malinda Linn practices her routine while Ruth Longardner watches Doreen Driver and Joni Garden with their routines. Girls gym is an active and in- teresting part of Northrop. For seniors and juniors there is dancing, gym- nastics or individual and team sports to choose from. Gym is still a require- ment for the sophomore girls. Their classes include tennis, archery, volleyball, racketball, basketball, tumbling, kinball, gymnastics, field hockey, badminton, and golf. This was the first year here at Northrop for the girls to organize a gymnastics team which competes with other area high schools. Sophomore Laura Ennis and classmate Pat Bender demonstrate their volleyball skills by setting up a play to get the ball over the net and score. History government part of S. S. Ronald Certain Robert Dille Alonzo Epps Darrel Heaston Bruce Oliver Ken Ormerod Deb Mann, Kathy Schnepp, and Julie Wetzel play the ghetto game in Mr. Certain ' s third period economics class. Senior Sue Farlee explains her point of view to her government teacher, Mr. Schneider. 1 1 V i. Howard Schneider Chris Stavreti Robert Walleen Lloyd Weber Junior Max Mertz does his oral report while it is being tape recorded by Mr. Dille. Mr. Dille feels that listening back helps the students with verbal communication. Mr. Nathaniel Wittenberg listens to a student in his sophomore world history class. World History was offered as an elective for sophomores while juniors were required to take United States History. Seniors were required to take government for one semester then take either sociology or economics. Teachers used such materials as the overhead projectors, records, film strips, games, and the facilities of the library to let the student understand and to let him see the material they are studying. This allows the student to get a better understanding. United States History deals with the past history of the U.S. to the pre- sent. Students did oral reports or term papers in class. In his U.S. History class Mr. Stavreti looks over Lex Oran ' s paper. Senior Patricia Darnall, finds that frying chicken can stilt be fun. Here at Northrop the boys as well as the girls participate in Home Economics classes. Foods, home management, clothing, child care, human development and foods-chefs are some of the choices offered and which are being taught by Mrs. Hewes, Mrs. Lipp, Mrs. McKee, and Mrs. Yoquelet. Learning food ' s nutritional value and how to prepare meals are part of foods. How to take care of your clothing and also selecting a pattern and material is the first step in clothing classes. Learning how to care for children of all ages is the major part of child care. The financial aspect of running a home are discussed in home management classes. Janet Lipp Joan McKee Darlene Yoquelet Cooking and clothing Sophomore, Cheryl Yoder takes her time when marking up the hem in the garment she made in her clothing class taught by Mrs. Darlene Yoquelet. Chef, Murphy Moore, after checking to see if the food is done removes it f rom the oven. Sally Ramirez knows that selecting a pattern and material is a big part of sewing. techniques learned in Home Ec Dianne Kessens, Denise Schultz, and Kathy Giant watch as Denise prepares to fry the chicken during their Home Ec. class. Junior, Cathy Larimore puts a row of basting stitches along the hem of her garment which she made in her clothing class. •3- George Surber Using an acetylene torch, Dave Oury attempts to cut through a piece of metal which has been carefully Marvin Todd layed out. Daue takes metals sixth period taught by Mr. O ' Brien. Mr. Surber points the facts to Daue Legler about small motors in power mechanics. Junior Carol Anders carefully draws a line in her second period drafting class. Carol is taking her second year of drafting taught by Mr. Marvin Todd. Bruins learn skill in Industrial Arts Welding metal can be very dangerous, all safety procedures are strictly practiced. I ' ■• " .: •■ ' . . ' • ; f - — • ■ ' • I. . . . -— . ' Drafting can be very confusing as Tom Webb finds out. Tom listens to Mr. Marvin Todd while he ex- plains the problem out for him in Tom ' s second period class. Rick Key and Randy Koomler try to start their motor which they have worked on in Mr. George Surbers sixth period class. Working and starting their motor is part of power mechanics. The Industrial Arts teachers tried this year to gear certain students to the shop course in which they might specialize in later in life. The shop courses which were offered are metals, woods, electronics, power mechanics, and drafting. These classes had about 517 students with 7 girls enrolled. College courses are being taught in drafting. Students center on both engineering and architectural drawings. The basics were learned first in power mechanics, then the students worked on small motors and transistor radios. The making of water skis, archery bows, and racket handles were just some of the projects made in the woods shop classes. All classes and projects are given and instructed with the most guidance and discipline. ♦f Kenneth Crague Don Weaver Row 1: Mark Eastom, Frank Wilder, John Maraldo, Doug Smith, Jim Hodgin, Kevin Whitesel. Row 2: Nelson Preble, Lynn Wilier, Charles Combs, Lee Ann Harter, Becky Hassoun, Rick Ormiston, Virgil Lawson, Dennis Miller. Row 3: Ronald McMeans, Randy Murphy, John Fox, Tony Lynch, Dave McPher ' son, Doug Cupp. Row 4: Joe Bissonnette, Kirby Scheimann, Jim Phillips, Tom Cohrs, Steve Salter, Don Daub, Sponsor Mr. Weaver. Having over 15,000,00 books that cover many different subjects ranging from Atomic Fission to the life story of Babe Ruth. The library covers different fields that are needed by students to do reports or projects. The Media Center is probably the most used room in the entire school. Mr. Crague keeps the library running smoothly with help from Mrs. Lom- bard and also from 40 students. The Audio Visual helps students learn about subjects with the aid of records, cassettes, and film strips. Students can listen and view the sub- ject at the same time. Mr. Weaver feels that the school would not run without the A.V. Auon Nelson resorts the books on the shelves, many students use their free time to work in the library sor- ting, stacking, and helping Mr Crague. Video taping a basketball game can be fun and exciting as Lynn Wilier finds out. . Library and Audio-Visual combine I H A for the Media Center Kevin Whitesel overlooks film strips which are Kathy Wilkerson and Rick Ormistion look through the card catalog for references to locate a book. The some of the A. V. facilities. card catalog provides an easy way in locating a book. w Dean Putt looks up a subject in the En- cyclopedia. Many different Encyclopedia ' s are located through the library. Bob Fisher listens to a prerecorded lesson on a record while he follows it by himself Amazement fills new ambitions Team work plays an important part in Astronomy class as juniors Maureen Sheean and Jody Weimer work together to solve their problems. Mr. Kuhn helps Craig Kline with his problem in his 4th period Astronomy class. Astronomy being taught by Mr. Kuhn and Mr. Baker this year is not only the studying and watching of stars but it also includes studying their or- bits and the laws that occur in space. To learn the mechanics involved with the planetarium and the knowledge of the geometry of stars is also a major part of astronomy. The planetarium is used by the astronomy classes which is a semester course, eight and sixth grade science classes from some of the surrounding elementary and junior high schools, adult groups such as the PTSA and other adult education classes. Opportunities within the schedule for other high school classes within the city, parochial school involvement, civic groups, school clubs, and adult education classes to use Northrop ' s planetarium is also given. Senior Dan Salmon studies his map of the constellations during his 4th period class. in the field of Astro The " star ball " is the main equipment used in the Planetarium. Jess Beltz talks a problem over with Mr. Kuhn about the constellations. Certain problems arise in the amazing and exciting field of Astronomy. Lab. work is just part of Science Junior Megan Nash removes her crayfish specimen from the container when preparing to disect during her Advanced Biology class taught by Mr. Stephen Flohr. The Science department offers courses in advanced biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, applied physical science, and life science here at Northrop. For the ad- vanced student with an interest in science there is independent study. To enroll in this class you must meet re- quirements set by the science teachers and get permission from Mr. Levy. To make the science classes in- teresting the teachers try to spend a lot of time in the labs and at the same time give the students the experience and also some idea of what will be ex- pected of them in a college course. Lab diagrams, models, charts, films and the facilities available in the library and greenhouse are used to make the classes more meaningful to the students. Student teacher, Miss Shaffer shows Frank Kopecky how to begin disection of the crayfish. Junior, Terry Offord records data while working on a chemistry experiment. Senior, Cheryl Jesse snips off the dead leaves of the plants in the greenhouse. Studying notes during biology class is the first step towards achieving a good grade. Research proves student ' s ability Senior, Lucy Guevara, after focusing her bisecting scope begins to draw what she found in her Advanced Biology class taught by Mr. Levy. Lear- ning to use a microscope and how to prepare slides is part of Advanced Biology as well as disecting. Team work is sometimes necessary even in biology class. Lucy Guevara helps classmates Randy Beery and Kim Kleopfer focus the microscope and find what they are looking for before they begin to sketch their lab drawings which are necessary in biology. Sue Harris and Jane Moeller perform an experi- ment during their chemistry class. Mike Brink focuses his microscope and looks at a prepared slide in Adv. Biology. Ron Behling finds that taking care of animals is part of Advanced Biology. in Adv. Science classes Classmates Debbie Kerker and Kim Smith study their biology notes before a test. Administrative staff builds future The administrative staff con- sisting of principal, Mr. Paul Spuller and assistant principal Mr. Richard Horstmeyer handle most of the problems of the school. Mr. Pat Martone, Dean of Women and Mr. Melvin Zehner, Dean of Men handle the misguided students. The Athletic Director, Mr. Mark Schoeff knows the meaning of work when the problems of the sports events end up in his office. The counselors consisting of Mrs. Janet Lipp, Mr. George Tricolas, Mr. Paul Bienz, and Mr. Herbert Banet are in charge of helping students with their courses, subjects, and other matter needed. The secretaries, Mrs. Kay Bohlander, Mrs. Lillian Nicoski, Mrs. Mildred Keuneke, Mrs. Margaret Best, Mrs. Dorothy Long, and Mrs. Ann Kilgore work to keep the ad- ministrative staff happy. " ■ " sSl. A Iways in piles and piles of paper work principal ' Papa Bruin ' Paul Spuller always seems to keep a happy smile through all of his work during a long day. Everything is closing in on me seems to be the expression of assistant principal Richard Horstmeyer after a long day. Dean of girls, Pat Martone settles the problems of the girls here at Northrop. Mark Schoeff. Athletic Director pauses for a moment for his hard job working out the problems of the athletic department which include track meets, basketball, and football games. for Northrop students Melvin Zehner, Dean of Men keeps a watchful eye over students while they pass in the hall dur- ing a noon lunch period. The head secretary in the office, Kay Bohlender manages to get in some typing while still keeping the ad- ministrative staff happy. Nancy Schmieman does her job as treasurer by counting money after a ticket sales. Mr. George Tricolas, guidance counselor works Guidance counselor, Mr. Paul Bienz keeps busy with a phone call during his hectic day. with students to solve their problems. Mrs. Janet Lipp, guidance counselor talks over the problems of the day with Mr. Schierling. Mr. Herbert Banet answers the phone while look- ing over student records. Deans, secretaries manage school Mrs. Nicoski as a secretary ' also helps students with their difficulties. Mrs. Kilgore types up material needed in the busy office to keep the administration pleased. Study period not just for studying Tom Drake and Tim Ervin study together during their first period study hall. -Every student here at Northrop has the opportunity to taking a study hall as a course selection but does not receive any credit. The study hall clerks, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Herge try to keep quiet and orderliness during class so that every student has the chance of finishing their homework, using the facilities of the media center, studying for a test or even sleeping during the class period. Students may do almost anything in their study hall as long as it does not disturb other students and they are quiet. Students are permitted to use the library during study hall, junior Lorrainne Williams receives a pass from Mrs. Wilson to use the library facilities. Darken Carter and Patty Bender alphabetize index cards in the office. Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z Roberta Bomar helps in the office in her free time doing odd jobs. m ' • ' • ' t m ' ' s. Studying together before class helps sophomores Barrie Fleetwood and Uon Easterday. Working together doing Geometry proves to be helpful. Cust., Matrons service Northrop Row 1: Henry Kolkman, Head Custodian Vearl Mowan, Roy Sutton, Neal Wolf. Row 2: Jack Hetrick, Joe Yaney, Richard Best, Gary Hontz. Matron, Ernestine Reiling, cleans the drinking fountains as part of her job. Vearl Mowan, head custodian, checks the fuse box to make sure everything is ok. Richard Best sweeps the commons area in the morning and also between classes. Engineer, Jack Bennett changes an outside light Sweeping the floor and keeping the school clean is all part of a custodian ' s job. with an extension pole. Richard Best does his part of keeping the school neat and clean. Cafe workers dish out the food Row 1: Julie Murdock, Phyllis Thieme, Rita Charkax, Katie Nart, Elvie Wessel. Row 2: Mary Garman, Agnes Fryer, Bernice Oakman, Emily Newbein, Ruth Hake, Nancy Wearling. Row 3: Alice Baney, Dorothy Wetzel, Feona Cochran, Judy Maupin, Marcia McCrae, Winny Hunter, Vera Forten, Cheryl • ' " s- Elvie Wessel receives the trays then Schuler. prepares them for the wash. As the crowd has been served, Stan Presly hands his money to Mrs. Bernice Oakmen. Mrs. Cheryl Schuler keeps the food moving a long for the people waiting. Mrs. Winnie Hunter collects the money after students get their lunch and leaves the line. Rony Derek receives a plate from Mrs. Julie Murdoch as Darla Hill waits for hers. Mrs. Dorothy Wetzel attends to the collecting of the dry trays. Mrs. Emily Newbein has the part of collecting money at the end of the line. Northrop is unique inSportS " You only get out of something what you put into it, and to achieve real success, you just give yourself completely, " stated Barrie Peterson, coach of the Mighty Bruin harriers. On the first day of practice, August 7, the team set goals. These goals were to have an undefeated season, take the city championship, take sectionals and regionals, and be in the top five in the state. After much hard work, these goals became reality as Rick Magley, top runner in the city, led the team to a 21-0 record. Northrop got it all together by tak- ing first in the sectionals. Rick Magley crossed the finish line second, Rick Vaughn third, and John Magley came in eighth. The Bruins placed first in regionals, with Magley again running second. Rick Vaughn placed sixth, and Mike Henry placed 16th. The team won fourth in the State meet. Rick Magley placed third, Rick Vaughn, eighth, and John Magley, 30th. Coach Peterson sums up the year by saying, " In order to win, a team must be all for one and one for all. " Harriers take fourth John Bannister, junior, and Rick Vaughn, senior, sweat and strain to get through the finish aisle. Both harriers were top runners on the team, and competed in the state tournament. Senior harrier Randy Allen strides out to take the lead as an opposing foe follows closely on his heels. Randy was one of the team ' s top men. Sweat and strain are part of winning, and for senior Rick Magley, they paid off Varsity harriers John Bannister, junior, Brett Leininger, senior, Mike Henry, junior, and John Magley, sophomore, push their sore and tired muscles on as they attempt to place in a meet. Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop 1 Opponent East Noble 39 Columbia City 45 Bishop Dwenger47 45 50 42 41 46 44 43 44 50 CarroU Bluffton .; DeKalb | Woodlan Norwell Huntington Snider Elmhurst Wayne Bishop Dwenger44 New Haven South Side Garrett North Side Concordia Luers Wabash Warsaw 42 50 50 50 50 50 42 50 in State; end with 21-0 record Row 1: Chuck Putterbaugh, Vic Getts, Brad Hall, Roger Kuehnert, Brett Leininger, and manager Ken Schneib. Row 2: Tom Drake, Dave Kuehnert, Roy Kline, Rick Key, Tony Casso, Doug Ford, Doug Vining, Rick Magley, Randy Allen. Tom Black, Steve Stemen, and Coach Peterson, Work and sacrifice pay off as " The main thing is to win the proper way, to sacrifice, to work toward being the best in whatever you par- ticipate, " according to Coach Jim Keim. Coach Keim ' s netters ended the 1972 season with 11 wins, 2 losses, and the sectional championship under their belts. Practice started on August 21, with 21 guys trying out for the team. All 21 remained through the season, although only 6 played varsity. The best match the team played was against Homestead, by a score of 5-2. The 2 defeats were suffered against South and Concordia, by identical scores of 5-2. Captain Greg Beer led the team with an 11-2 record. Jon Brelje cap- tured second with a 12-1 record. Doubles teams of Beer and Brelje, and Beer and Randy Gerig tied for first with records of 9-1 and 2-1. Senior Ken Burgener, who placed fourth on the team, shows he takes his work seriously. Junior Jon Brelje keeps a careful eye on the ball as he slams it across the net. Team captain Greg Beer blasts his way through to a sectional victory for Northrop. Exertion is a way of life for an athlete, and for senior Don Klein, there is no exception. IT] -.. » . Northrop Northrop 6 Northrop 7 Northrop 2 Northrop 6 Northrop 6 Northrop 5 Northrop 2 Northrop 7 Northrop 5 Northrop 5 Northrop 5 Northrop 7 Northrop 4 Opponent Lakeland Wayne South Columbia City Bishop Dwenger Homestead Concordia Bishop Luers Huntington Elmhurst Warsaw Snider North I r - , ' . Senior Greg Beer and junior Jon Brelje team up to help push Northrop to the sectional title. netters win sectional crown Row 1; Jim Brunner, Doug Rydman, Ken Weigman, Lex Oren, Jeff Strat- ton, Jon Brelje, Ken Burgener, Skip Wood, Kirk Levy, Joe Horstman, Mark Fredrick, Coach Keim. Row 2: Galien Ziegler, Mike Beer, Don Klein, Randy Gerig, Dennis Arnold, Greg Beer, Tom Bunner, Bruce Lachot. Gridders face challenges; end 7 On August 11, 89 men, including 15 lettermen, came out for the first of- ficial practice of the 1972 Northrop football team. Coach Buzz Doerffler ' s pre-season outlook was very optimistic. Coach Doerffler, assisted by Howie Schneider, Tom Herman, Kip Ormerod, and Mike Danley coached the team to a 7-3 record. Halfback Larry Kennedy led the team in scoring with 17 touchdowns. Wid Knight, end, was the only player to receive All State recognition. On September 1, Northrop played their first game, and beat Heritage, 34- 6. On October 6, the Bruins clenched the North Division title, defeating Dwenger, 20-7. The Bruins were then on their way to Wayne stadium for the city cham- pionship game. They were up against third state ranked Luers. Luers, who took the south division, won 20-12 over Northrop. Coach Doerffler stated that: " All the guys were outstanding in their own way. They all contributed something, and that is what makes a fine team. " Junior gridder Jim Brenner dodges an attempted Wayne tackle as Bill Patten, junior, attempts to throw interference for him. Bill Patten, junior, gains a few yards before getting tackled by one of the Wayne Generals. He is assisted by junior Randy Wolfe. - 3 under ' ' Buzz " Fred Arrington, junior runs for yards as two Wayne Generals attempt to stop him. Northrop defeated Wayne 56-22 in the homecoming game. Dennis Happel, senior, barely misses an under thrown pass during the North Side Game. Vaulting high over a Dwenger foe, junior gridder Jim Rosselot attempts to gain ground for the Bruins before he downs the ball. 85 gridders work to win for Row 1: Brad Lemma, Don Schaab, Randy Wolfe, Dennis Hetrick, Steve Snyder, Jim Rosselot, Jim Brenner, Jeff Allen, Terry Ivy, Dave Yoder, Mike Fowler, Mark Martindale, Bob Daniels, Zach Ormiston, Steve McDevitt, George Nicodemus, Kim Springer, Kevin Buckmaster, and Charles Combs. Row 2: Coach Herman, Coach Ormerod, Coach Danley, Jim Dyer, Bill Grunewald, Dennis Happel, Rick Haag, John Mason, Mark Shively, Kevin King, Ernie Bojrab, Rick Hull, Larry Kennedy, Stan Harris, Mike Roberts, Tom Grzych, Dan Butler, Bill Patten, Coach Schneider, Coach Doerffler. Row 3: Tom Weick, Tom Smead, Jim Murdock, Frank Kopeky, Al Hepler, Bryce Elkims, Craig Klein, Dave Swathwood, Carl Martin, Wid Knight, Marty Wasson, Tom Kline, Monte Winebrenner, Stan Pressley, Mike McCann, Tom Boester, Mike Thomson, Dave Price. Not pictured are Jim Skinner and Fred Arrington. Struggle is a vioient part of the game of football, and as is shown, a lot of strug homecoming game against Wayne. ' le is going on the Senior gridder Larry Kennedy clutches the ball and heads downfield. With a mighty struggle, Larry Kennedy attempts to rid himself of two North Side op- ponents as Bill Patten looks on. Even the offense is a tot of hard work when you play football, and hard work is no exception for junior , gridders Jim Brenner and Jim Murdock. • - Northrop... and they did! Varsity Northrop Northrop 34 Northrop 12 Northrop 14 Northrop 16 Northrop 15 Northrop 20 Nort|[rop 56 Northrop 55 Northrop 12 ' Opponent Heritage Elmhurst North Side Muncie North Snider Bishop Dwenger Wayne Carroll Concordia (City Championship) Northrop 12 Bishop Luers 22 14 20 Northrop 12 Northrop 38 Northrop 14 Northrop 47 Northrop 2 Reserve Snider Elmhurst North Side Wayne Bishop Dwenger 7 7 13 Temporarily stopped by the protruding arm of an offending foe, junic junior Bill Patten. Randy Wolfe is unable to assist Reserve gridders look to varsity Junior halfback Jim Rosselot sprints out to get away from opposing foe. Amid the mass of Wayne Generals, senior halfback Larry Kennedy dodges his way through as juniors Craig Klein and Jim Brenner try to help him. Assistant varsity coach Mike Danley gives instructions to senior tackle Jim Skinner and junior guard Dennis Hetrick before they get back in the game. Wayne coach Jim Manak congratulates Larry Kennedy after the homecoming game. years; end with 5-1 season With ball in hand, junior quarterback Bill Patten runs up against some tough opposition in the form of a North Side Redskin. " Football, as well as other athletics, is a game of life. The loyalty, team effort, and hard work are not just necessary for a successful life " , stated Coach Kip Ormerod. Success was a part of life for his 1972 reserve gridders, as they ended their season with a 4-1 record. Practice started August 15, and .32 came out. When school started in September, the squad was cut to 26. The team played their best game against Wayne, the final score was 47- 0. The toughest team the guys played was Dwenger. This was the game that they lost, 7-2. Although they lost. Coach Ormerod stated that, " It was a hard fought contest. I was proud of my players, even though they lost. " Row 1; Jim Nemeth, manager. Bill Humphrires, Kelley Shively, Bill Biggs, Larry Shelton, Kevin Schwab, Greg Orendorff, Row 2: Coach Ormerod, Brad Lemma, manager, John Powell, Scott Sefton, Rodney Kersey, Tom Speshyock, LeRoy Smith, Sim Kelsaw, Tom Grzych, Art Boester. Row 3: Gary Graft, Dave Munk, Dan Rainey, Bryce Elkins, Neal Arnold, Tim Rogan, Mike Thomson, Ron Wasson, Carl Leech, Mark Firestine, Dick Bienz. " I try to help the young peo- ple be better citizens, to build sportsmanship, and to play fair. " This is the coaching philosophy of head basketball coach Bob Dille. Using these principles, Coach Dille ' s 1972-73, ,cagers ended regular season May on February 16th with an l i win-loss record. The two losses were suffered at the hands of North Side, by a score of 73-64, and Richmond, by a score of 71-56. The best games the team played were against South Bend Adams, the final score was 73-60, and Penn, by a score of 69-68. Coach Dille was assisted by Mr. Chris Stavreti and Mr. Jim Keim. The team was captained by junior Tajnl Madden and senior Greg Beel The team w led in scoring by seniors Mike hitt and Greg Beer, and j ftr Mike Muff. Whitt, who yed forward, scored a total of 586 points, in- cluding 210 fieldgoals and 58 freethrows. Beer, who played guard, score4, 118 points, 26 fieldgoals, and 39 freethrows. Muff, who started at center, scored 422 points, 162 fieldgoals, and 41 freethrows. Coach Dille ' s only comments on the team and season were " ex- cellent, fantastic! " Junior eager Tom Madden leaps over Elmhurst cagers to score for the Bruins. Work, struggle pay Senior eager Greg Beer is confronted by a Concordia opponent. Beer is a guard for the Bruins. He also is one of the team ' s leading scorers. off for cagers ' success 1 ESI ■ H 1 K . H ' ■■ . 1 H n - ' " flJIH JH m 1 I HHHLkc .-i! ! %L% ' ip s 1 iM Surrounded by Patriots of Heritage, junior center Mike Muff tries to score. Trying to beat Richmond ' s players to get the ball, junior Mike Muff and senior Larry Davis both reach to grab the ball. Muff plays center and Davis is a guard. Row 1: Scott Valentine, Larry Davis, Greg Beer, Mike Whitt, Tom Madden, Stavreti. Charlie Combs, Wid Knight, Walter Jordan, Mike Muff. Carey Doug Bienz, Dean Putt, Larry Murphy, Brad Lemna. Row 2: Coach Ehrman, Al Wright, Coach Keim, Coach Dille. AP poll ranks Dillemen third team With a Huntington player close behind, senior Mike Whitt attempts to score. Taken at the right moment, the camera caught Carey Ehrman is a distorted pose getting a pass. Blocked by the protruding arm of an Elmhurst opponent, Tom Madden struggles to find a w.ay out. in State competition V Northrdp Northrop 64 Northrop 73 Northrop 65 Northrop 88 Northrop 7.3 Northrop 69 Northrop 65 Northrop 68 Northrop 90 Northrop 81 Northrop 68 Northrop 86 Northrop 62 Northrop 77 Northrop 67 Northrop 56 Northrop 79 Northrop 72 Northrop 76 Northrop 71 S. B. Adams Heritage Warsaw Elmhurst Penn Wayne Elkhart Homestead New Haven Huntington Concordia Dwenger Luers Snider Richmond South DeKalb Garrett Garroll i Op oiiknt 73 60 38 60 61 68 49 53 48 56 51 57 44 57 61 71 76 56 54 45 Walter Jordan outjumps an opponent for the rebound after an unsuccessful rebound attempt. Junior center Mike Muff attempts to break out of the circle of Richmond players. Carey Ehrman and Walt Jordan attempt to block an Elmhurst basket as Mike Whitt looks Dillemen triumph in Sectional One Showing that the " youth " of the school doesn ' t mean all it ' s cracked up to be, the 1972-73 Northrop Bruins Basketball team is the 1973 Sectional 1 and Regional champs, and the Fort Wayne Semi-State runner-up. To capture sectionals, Northrop defeated Bishop Dwenger, Homestead, and Woodlan. In regional competition, Northrop broke the previous regional record and set a school record by defeating Fremont 101-43. In regional finals, Northrop defeated Westview by one point in overtime. Mike Whitt led Bruin scoring in the tournament with 234 points. Mike Muff was second, followed by Walter Jordan. Commenting on the tournament. Coach Dille stated that it was " great. The favorite, Anderson, was knocked out. Anderson or South Bend Adams were thought to win until an unknown team came out on top. That ' s what makes our tournament great! " Following the Westview victory, Coach Dille hugs Al Wright after Al ' s last second rebound. Trying to outwit an oncoming Woodlan player is senior Wid Knight. Junior Mike Muff tries to outjump a Westview player for the ball in regional competition. and Regional competition " t SECTIONALS Northrop Opponent Northrop 75 Dwenger 49 Northrop 75 Homestead 46 Northrop 65 Woodlan 44 REGIONALS) Northrop 101 Fremont 43 Northrop 64 Westview63 (overtime) SEMI-STATE Northrop 71 Norwell 42 Northrop 69 Anderson 92 With a grimmace, eager Walter Jordan realizes that he lost the ball. Row 1: Larry Murphy, Scott Valentine, Al Wright, Greg Beer, Doug Bienz, Tom Madden, Dean Putt, CharHe Combs. Row 2: Ed Gait, Coach Stavreti, Carey Ehrman, Maurice Drinks, Mike Muff, Walter Jordan, Larry Davis, Jim Wimbly, Mike Whitt, Coach Keim, Coach Dille. Row 1: Bead Lemna, Scott Valentine, Craig Klein, Tony Casso, Willie Spencer, Dennis Hetrick, Stan Pressley, Larry Murphy. Row 2: Coach Keim, Frank Kopecky, Fred Arrington, Maurice Drinks, Dennis Beck, Jim Wimbly, Mark Fredricks, Coach Stavreti. Reserves Northrop Northrop Nortijrop NortHropy Northrop I Northrc p Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop ' Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Opponent 44 North Side 54 S.B. Adams 35 Heritage 47 Warsaw ,49 Elmhurst 46 Penn 58 Wayne 45 Homestead 49 Concordia 40 Dwenger 44 Luers 38 Snider 39 Richmond 49 South Side 47 DeKalb 47 Garrett .47 Carroll V Sophomores 51 New Haven 38 Snider 53 Elmhurst 43 North Side 34 Wayne , 60 Huntiivgton 66 New tiaven 43 Elmhilrst 46 North Side 39 Wayne , ' 40 50 30 43 36 34 33 16 27 41 29 24 42 42 33 39 18 34 24 45 40 25 35 33 38 38 32 Sophomore eager Maurice Drinks jumps above opposing players to sink the ball and get two points for Northrop, as junior Fred Arrington poises to help if the shot misses. With a flying leap, sophomore eager Dave Kuehnert attempts to regain control of a loose ball. Under the direction of Mr. Chris Stavreti and Mr. Jim Keim, 11 guys played on the reserve basketball team. Practice started with conditioning in September, when 75 men came out for the team. The final record for the team was 18-2. The best game played was against Wayne in the Holiday Tourney, 52-27. The losses were against Dwenger, 41-40, and Rich- mond, 42-49. Coach Stavreti felt that it was a " very rewarding season " , and that the team " demonstrated that time after time they could come from behind and never give up. " Under the direction of Mr. Jim Keim, 13 men participated in sophomore basketball. The final record was 11-0. The best game played was against New Haven, 66-33, which set a school record. The two top scorers were Tim Rogan, who scored an average of 9 points a game, and Leroy Smith, 8.5 points per game. Reserves, sophs, aim to win Row 1: Larry Murphy, Leroy Smith, Rich Elzey, WilHe Spencer, Larry Shelton, Gary Graft, Scott Valentine. Row 2: Brad Lemna, Dave Kuehnert, Tim Rogan, Maurice Drinks, Jim Wimbly, Mike Shuttle, Coach Keim. This is the 72-73 sophomore basketball team. " We try to teach winning, but don ' t take out the fun. " For Coach Tom Herman ' s 1972-73 varsity wrestl- ing team, winning was part of the fun, as they ended their regular season com- petition with an 11 win-3 loss record. Three members of the team, seniors Bill Chaves (119 pounds), Bob Daniels (167 pounds), and sophomore Dave Herrick (98 pounds), advanced into tournament competition. Chaves took sectional champion honors for his weight class, Daniels took sectional and regional runner-up honors, and Herrick took sectional and regional runner-up honors. In regular season competition, Chaves captured the championship ti- tle in the Bellmont Tourney, while both Daniels and Herrick captured runners-up honors. According to Coach Herman, the best match of the season was against Snider ' s grapplers, 31-25. The three losses were suffered at the hands of Elmhurst, Concordia, and Wayne, by scores of 27-25, 33-27, and 24-18 respectively. Of the team, Coach Herman stated that the men were a " group of dedicated people who achieved their Senior matman Boh Daniels exerts his muscles as he struggles to flip his opponent. Grapplers finish 11-3 in season, Northrop Northrop 39 Northrop 44 Northrop 38 Northrop 18 Northrop 25 Northrop 29 Northrop 40 Northrop 25 Northrop 44 Northrop 27 Northrop 36 Northrop 31 Northrop 23 Opponent North Side South Side Homestead Wayne Manchester Warsaw Columbia City Elmhurst Carroll -1 . Concordi»n Goshen Snider New Haven Northrop 37 DeKalb 15 15 17 24;:: 23 21 27 13 33 15 25 21 22 4. Team fpiished second m the Bell- mont Tlourjiament. : ' our an Varsity wrestler Bob Kensill, senior, gets a tight grip around his foe to prevent his escape. three go on to regional competition T- rrv. I, A T T»,.„=nn Rnh Kpn Swathwood, Mark Martindale, Jim Dyer Gary Brink. Coach Herman, Row 1: Rich Knerr Bill Chaves, Jim ndge Tom Jeppson Bob Ken _ sill, Dave Herrick. Row 2: Rick Haag, Bob Daniels, Zack Urmiston, uave Sim Kelsoe is shown tackling his opponent. With a mighty heave-ho, varsity matman Jim Trowbridge attempts to slam his opponent into the mat to try to pin him and get more points for the team. 29 grapplers win with teamwork As the referee keeps a careful eye on things, Rich Knerr tightens his leg hold on his foe from Snider. Everything has its ups and downs, and for Tom Jeppson, it ' s true. Varsity wrestler Dave Swathwood, junior, attempts to slip his arm over his opponent ' s neck to flip him in sectional competition. Reserves fight to win; end 12-2 Under the direction of head coach Tom Herman, and assistant coaches Bob Walleen and Mike Danley, the 1972-73 reserve wrestUng team finished off their season with a 12 win and 2 loss final record. Practice for the team started the same time as it did for the varsity team, around the first of November. Primarily, these men worked on con- ditioning to get in top shape for the season. When practice started, there were 60 men trying out for the squads. 29 were selected to represent Northrop as varsity grapplers, and 29 others were selected for the reserve squad. No captains were elected for the reserves, and according to Coach Her- man, there were really no top wrestlers on the squad because the men as a group were " too equal " . Coach Herman could only describe the season by saying that he was " quite happy " with the results. Varsity wrestler Jim Trowbridge struggles to slip his arm through his opponent ' s. Row 1: Glen Madison, Rick Key, Dave Legler, Don Klein. Row 2: Joe Grubb, Mike Henry, Jay Cupp, Denny Bowser, John Clark, Bucky White, Mike Wiseman, Don Schaab. Row 3: Joe Maupin, Kim Hobeck, Mike Marshal, Steve Snyder, Kim Springer, Sim Kelsoe, Victor Betties. Trackmen strive to be victorious Sophomore high jumper Bob Pea strains to clear the bar. Junior Al Swenson vaults over the bar, trying not to dislodge it. Senior Rick Magley sprints past an opponent as Jeff Ellenwood tries to do same. Harriers take no. 1 spot in city Junior vaulter Gary Hunter strains to clear the bar and not clip it. The 1973 Northrop track team ended its season after cap- turing the sectional title and tak- ing third place in the regional competition. Under the direction of head coach Barrie Peterson and assistant coaches Bob Walleen and Kip Ormerod, the team also ended the season with a perfect 15 win and no loss record. Most of the team consisted mainly of runners on last year ' s team. The mile relay team con- sisted of seni i Gene Mero, Ken Post, Doug Ford, and junior Vic Getts. Last year ' s hig h hurdler, junior Mike Rob(.- =, returned to that event this year. He shared the spot with Terry Minser and Jim Brenner. The mile runners this year were senior Rick Magley and junior John Bannister. Sprint events were left to runners Mike Hale, Larry Kennedy, Rosie Tubbs, Randy Beery, and Ron Richardville. At the beginning of the season, Coach Peterson felt that this year ' s team was ahead of last year ' s team, which had a final record of 14-4. Coach Peterson also felt that this year ' s team was " stronger, deeper, and faster. " Kneeling left to right: Tom Weick, Roy Kline, Terry Clark, Jeff McGraw, Tim Hubert, Mark Hull, Dave Johnson, Dave Doughton, Steve Stemen, Bob Davis, Chuch Putterbaugh, Mark Fredrick, Ken Schneib. Standing: Coach Peterson, Bob Daniels, Doug Vining, Rosie Tubbs, Mike Hale, George Nicodemus, Larry Kennedy, Jim Wimbley, Tom Bunner, Bill Boyce, Gary Hunter, Bill Biggs, John Powell, Randy Beery, Ron Richard- ville, Mike Roberts, Mike Henry, Steve Murray, Tom Reed, Al Swenson, Jim Brenner, Terry Mincer, Rick Magley. John Bannister, Coach Ormerod, Gene Mero, Wid Knight, Vic Getts, Roger Kuehnert, Terry Ivy, Brett Leininger, Stan Harris, Coach Walleen, John Magley. Duffers strive to be successful April 9th officially opened practice for the 1973 Northrop Golf squad. Led by Head Coach Flobert Dornte, the team ended its season with a 10-8 record. On the first day of practice, twenty-seven guys tried out to make the team. After the final cuts were made, thirteen of the twenty-seven remained. The team played its best in a match against Bishop Dwenger and Woodlan. The final scores were: Northrop-199, Bishop Dwenger-204, and Woodlan-207. South Side ' s diiffers out-stroked the Bruins for their worst match of the season. The Archers triumphed 212 to 224, Although coach Dornte ' s pre- season outlook was pessimistic, he felt that the team was " im- proving, and had a building year. " | Good form is important to amateur duffer Bill Coleman. Tom Drake gets last minute instructions from Coach Dornte before teeing-off. Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northrop Northro] 222 Bishop Luers 225 Wayne 222 Snider 225 New Haven 218 North Side 218 Snider 212 South Side 169 Homestead 213 Elmhurst 213 Bishop Luers 227 Concordia 202 Bishop Dwenger 202 Wayne 199 Bishop Dwenger 199 Woodlan 199 Snider 199 Bishop Luers 214 South Side 221 210 202 229 203 203 224 162 224 228 216 207 206 204 207 207 209 200 R ow 1: Dale Trainer, Steve Stapleton, Tim Fieri, Bill Coleman, Ned Slickenmeyer, Scott Lombard. Row 2: Tom Drake, Mark Anno, Al Martin, Wayne Gadson, Gary Heaston, Dan Simpson, Brad Brown, Coach Dortne. This is the 1973 Northrop golf team. Coach Dornte observes Tom Drake and Ned Slickenmeyer in pre-match warm-up. " Strike one, strike two, strike three, you ' re out! " , yelled the umpire as Scott Gidley hurled the ball across home plate. Coach Stavreti described Scott as the most valuable player and pitcher this area has known for a long time. The 1972 Bruin baseball team captured the sectional and regional titles. The sectional games were won by the pitching and a team batting average of 373, with 34 total runs scored. Woodlan was the first victory, with a score of 20-4. The Bruins shut out Concordia next 10-0. The final game was against South, the final score was 4-1. In the regionals, Gidley showed his skill as a pitcher when he pitched a near perfect game. A high pop-up was lost in the sun, and was the only hit allowed. In that game, against East Noble, Gidley faced 22 men, and Northrop won, 2-0. In the final game, Northrop defeated Leo, 2-0. The Bruins then advanced to semi-state, where they played the number one team, LaPorte, who won in the 12th inning, 1-0. Sophomore centerfielder Jim Dyer glances over his shoulder to get a view of his situation. Batmen take sectionals, regionals, into the air in an flUIIllLI-i Parents uf the baseball players are an important part in affecting the outcome of a game. Here, several parents back the team in semi-state competition. lost to LaPorte in Semi- State ' 72 Row 1: Mary Ann Wright, Pat Mueller, Kathie Wright, Linda Lamb. Row 2: Monte Winebrenner, Bill Patten, Tom Pegelow, Craig Klein, Jim Crall, Joe Larry Murphy, Greg Hale, John Mason, Randy Potts, Don Klein, Dennis Horstman, Jim Dyer, Gary Drake, Dave Runkle, Coach Schneider. Row 4: Hetrick, Bill Grunewald, Greg Beer. Row 3: Coach Stavreti, Brad Brown, Scott Gidley, Marty Wasson, Charlie Combs. Senior pitcher Scott Gidley winds up to throw another possible strike ball. Pitcher Tom Pegelow fires the ball across home plate, hoping to strike out a LaPorte foe in the semi-state competition. LaPorte won 1-0. " Hard work, dedication, responsibility, pride, teamwork, and motivation. " To Chris Stavreti ' s 1973 baseball team, these words were what made the season successful. When practice started in February with 50 guys, Coach Stavreti felt " optimistic. I felt the hitting and defense would be adequate. " The question mark ,fw s pitching, primarily because of the inexperience. The inex- perience quickly vanished when the 22 remaining players ended the season with an 18-4 record. The City Championship game against Concordia was the best game for the team. Coach Stavreti stated that the pressure, offense, defense, and pitching put it all together for a win of 8-0. rrett was the downfall of " ' fh beam. According to Coach ' Stavreti, the offense, defense, and pitching performed erratical- ly for the 8-4 loss. The team wouldn ' t be com- plete without batgirls. These girls assisted the team at all games. They were: Kathie Wright, Barb Brown, Gail Altekruse, Linda Berger, Amy Witte, and Deb Woodroof. Senior fielder Greg Beer pushes to get past an Elmhurst fielder to tag the base. Stavreti strives to overwhelm Northrop Opponent Northrop New Haven 5 Northrop 3 North Side 1 Northrop 3 Wayne 2 Northrop 5 South Side 4 Northrop 5 Elmhurst 3 Northrop 5 South Adams 4 Northrop 10 Heritage ■ ' 1 Northrop 7 South Side 5 Northrop Warsaw? 2 Northrop 2 Snider Northrop 8 Huntington 1 Northrop 11 Garrett 1 Northrop 13 Homestead 1 Northrop 11 Elmhurst 1 Northrop 5 Bishop Luers 2 Northrop 6 Dwenger Northrop 8 Concordia Northrop 10 Wayne 1 Northrop 4 East Noble 7 Northrop 1 East Noble 2 Sophomore catcher Ron Snyder attempts to tag his opponent out. Bruin batmen triumphant in season Row 1: Kathie Wright, Debbie Woodroof, Linda Berger, Gail Altekruse, Miller, Dan Mossburg. Row 3: Coach Stavreti, Gary Drake, Ken Post, Craig Amy Witte. Row 2: Steve McDevitt, Greg Beer, Dennis Hetrick, Bill Klein, Jim Murdock, Marty Wasson, Jim Crall, Jim Dyer, Dennis Happel, Grunewald, Bill Patten, Don Klein, Greg Orendorff, John Snyder, Joe Randy Potts, Rick Stenprud, Charlie Combs, Ken Schneib. Senior fielder Greg Beer strains to tag the base before the opposing player tags him. y . JK:fi-- Teamwork is the name of the game as three Bruin batmen prove. i Llkyi Junior Mike Berry releases the ball in an attempt to get a strike. Keeping score for bowling takes a mathematical mind, and senior Dave Simmons puts his in gear. Keglers kegle for trophies, fun On October 24, 1972, ap- proximately 70 students showed up to participate in Northrop ' s Mixed Bowl- ing League. These students were divid- ed up into 16, 4-person mixed teams, plus alternates. Under the direction of Mr. Marvin Todd, they bowled every Tuesday at 3:30, at Northcrest Lanes. The season ran for 24 Tuesday nights, from October 24 to April 24. The season was also divided into two halves — October 24 to January 23, and January 30 to April 24. From these two half-seasons, a champion from the whole group was chosen for each half, and on May 1, the two champions com- pete in a roll-off match to decide the league ' s overall champion. Trophies were distributed at a party which was held on May 4. Those trophies included four champions, four runners-up, four team high series, four team high game, male high series, female high series, male high game, female high game, most improved male, and most improved female. These people participated in the 72-73 bowling club, under the supervision of Mr. Marvin Todd. Gymnast work on agility, poise Senior gymnast Nonna McGraw demonstrates her agility on the trampoline. Concentrating on keeping on the balance beam, senior Shelly Wahl practices her routine. " Even if you ' re a complete rookie, you can still come out and learn. Gym- nastics is open to everybody, not just the gymnasts, " so said Mr. Tom Tom, co-supervisor of intramural gym- nastics. Mr. Tom, along with Miss Ruth Longardner supervises the activi- ty which meets Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. An average of 50 to 60 students worked out on the weekdays, but ac- cording to Mr. Tom, " the number varied. Some nights as many as 70 kids would come out, and other nights, there may have been as few as 30. We had about four to six people who show- ed up regularly every time. " The gymnastics equipment con- sists of a trampoline, even and uneven parallel bars, vaulting equipment, a side horse, high bars, mats, a balance beam, and a spring board. Gymnastics started about two weeks after school started, and was held basically all year. Indian clubs are also a part of gymnastics as Nancy Huff demonstrates. Tiny Alice captures eager crown On January 15th, 147 guys signed up for intramural basketball. Every Monday, these 147 guys, divided into 21 teams, competed against each other to take top honors. The team of " Tiny Alice " , captained by Bill Patten, took those top honors with a final record of six wins and no losses. Other team members included Jim Rosselot, Jim Brenner, Tom Smead, Jim Murdock, Tom Boester, Jon Brelje, and Marty Wasson. The teams were under the supervi- sion of Mr. Tom Tom, intramural co- director. Junior Jim Brenner leaps up over an opponent to get a basket for his team. Senior Tom Kline dribbles in for a shot, as seniors Kirk Levy and Randy Gerig watch. Row 1: Jim Rosselot, Jim Brenner, Tom Smead, Jim Murdock, Tom Boester. Row 2: Bill Patton, cap- tain, Jon Brelje, Marty Wasson. Volleyball serves as form of fun On March 5, 1973, approximately 81 Northrop students showed up to participate in intramural volleyball. These 81 students, divided into 9 teams of 9 students each, played every Monday night. Although the season consisted of only volleyball, there was also some competition with outside teams, besides the inter-squad competition. Mr. Tom Tom, intramural direc- tor and supervisor, could only describe the season as " fantastic! " Every once in awhile, you have to strain to reach the ball. Clowning it up are these members of the girls volleyball team. In almost any sport, teamwork is important, as is shown here. T- y% Work, determination pay off for " C ' mon men, let ' s move it! Faster! You guys run like a bunch of women! " Even though these are some of the things that coaches say to their athletes, it ' s purpose is to inspire the men to do the best that they can, namely 1109 . A coach ' s life isn ' t all as easy as it seems when you see them sitting on the bench. They have to plan strategy for each game or match. They also have to decide what move to make when the team is trailing, or what to do so that the team can keep the lead. Then there ' s defeat. In coaching, they have to learn to take defeat without resentment. The only way to win is to lose, so that the team can learn from mistakes and correct them, so they ' re not made again. But don ' t forget winning. Everyone likes to win at one thing or another. Of course, there ' s nothing more rewarding to a coach than to see that his hard work, long, sacrificing hours to teach the team the right way to do something pays off in victory for him and the team. Winning, losing, hard work, and sacrifice are all a part of the job, and the coaches realize this and strive to achieve them, not only for the team, but for the whole school as well, and they do! Standing around is a rarity for tennis coach Jim Keim, who also assists in basketball. Pictured above are the " fantastic four " football coaches. From left: Howie Schneider, Buzz Doerffler, Tom Herman, and Kip Ormerod. Besides coaching the golf teams. Coach Bob Dornte teaches math and geometry classes. coaches ' teams Basketball ' 73 was very rewarding for head coach Bob Dille, as he cuts down a tournament net. Mike Danley Assistant football coach Assistant wrestling coach Bob Dille Head basketball coach Buzz Doerffler Head football coach Bob Dornte Head golf coach Tom Herman Head wrestling coach Assistant football coach Jim Keim Head tennis coach Assistant basketball Coach sophomore basketball Kip Ormerod Assistant football Coach reserve football Barrie Peterson Head track coach Head cross-country Chris Stavreti Head baseball coach Coach reserve basketball Assistant basketball coach Howie Schneider Assistant football coach Bob Walleen Assistant wrestling coach Assistant track coach Baseball coaches Chris Stavreti and Howie Schneider supervise warm-up for the team. Cross-country coach Barrie Peterson confers with his harriers after a meet to analyze what happened. Cheerleaders push spirit ' n ' pep Rousing the school spirit and team support, the varsity cheerleaders, under the leadership of captain Mt rx NahrwOTd, and Mrs. Jane ipp, advisor, d the Bruin Atudent body in many pep sessioMand at the various games. .mfy Cheering with Starr were Gail Altekruse, Cathy Bux, Lynn del Grosso, Jijarianne Ferraro, AlJ? Wallace, gan Nash ire alter- in the rs and embers. some 80 Pam Newman, and Kathie W: and Julie Pq nates. The girls ' spring of 1972 various student They were chosen girls who tried out. hen they tried out, thej p e required to do a set cheer, iBepr own cheer, the school song, jtffej SiBumbles. They were alii udgaK)n their citizenship , leadership , Bliabili ty, and enthusiasm. During tlfe ' summer, Ifc girls participated m a worksn at Vincennes University, where they won the Coca-Cola Award, and were chosen the most outstanding squad. At the end of the year, each of the girls received a gold charm. 1972-73 varsity cheerleaders. Row 1: Cathy Bux, Marianne Ferraro, Starr Nahrwald, Gail Altekruse. Row 2: Kathie Wright, Pam Newman. Row 3: Lynne delGrosso. Reserve cheerleaders Joan Neuman, Debbie Bishop, and Glenna Ross applaud the referee ' s decision at the call in favor of the Bruins. The girls look forward to becoming varsity cheerleaders on the ' 73- ' 74 squad. 1972-73 Reserve cheerleaders. Row 1: Pam Mason. Row 2: Suzanne MacDonald, Glenna Ross, Diane Hoffman. Row 3: Joan Neuman, Cindi Beery. Row 4: Debbie Bishop. Row 5: Karen Dunbar. Varsity captain Starr Nahrwald helps lead the crowd at a football game. Under the direction of Miss Vicki Whisler, sponsor, the reserve cheerleaders assisted the varsity cheerleaders in promoting school spirit. The squad consisted of Cindi Beery, Debbie Bishop, Karen Dunbar, Diane Hoffman, Suzanne MacDonald, Pam Mason, Joan Neuman, and Glen- na Ross. Fran Harris and Gina Sparks were the alternates. These girls were judged by the same group and on the same routines as the varsity squad. They also par- ticipated in the workshop at Vincennes University, and in other activities with the varsity cheerleaders. These ac- tivities included pep sessions, dances, homecoming, in which they sponsored " lick ' em day " , and served as tour guides when there were guests at Northrop. At the end of the year, each of the girls received a silver charm. jjj g In order to push spirit, you have to yell, as is Senior cheerleader Lynne delGrosso seems shown by junior Gail Altekruse. depressed, possibly at a bad call by the ref. Northrop is unique in Organizations . Projects prove profitable in MSC Dave Wilkening posing as a cheerleader. Men ' s Service Club started out this year putting their " best foot forward. " The main purpose of the club was to serve the school, church, and community. One of the many things they did during the year was displaying the banner at sectionals, regionals, and semi-state games. They also installed curtains for the Christ Child Festival, had a paper drive and sold Northrop license plates. Officers were Rick Murphy-President, Mark Fredericks-Vice President, and Jim Biggs-Secretary Treasurer. The spon- sor was Mr. R.J. Certain. Men ' s Service Club members as follows: left to right are Rick Murphy, Mark Warsco, Jim Biggs, Dennis Collins, Scott Smith, Dave Wilkening, and Mark Fredericks. Scott Smith. Dennis Collins, and Mark Warsco in a skit performed at the regional pep session. • f mh V .W ' A Row 1: Susan Harris, Kathy Rish, Nancy Storms, Jane Taylor. Row 2: Mrs. Darlene Yoguelet, Cindy Steckbeck, Deb Tilbury, Jane Frosy, Jeanne Itt, Julie Juergens. Row 3: Cindy Lambert, Deb Repka, Cindy Hall, Pam Tsetse, Cheri Jesse, Sandy Bienz, Mary Crumback, Diane Thiele. GSC Elves spread Xmas cheer The Girl ' s Service Club also had a very great year. As in the Men ' s Ser- vice Club, the main purpose is to the school and the community. They had a Halloween party at the Children ' s Home. Then around Christmas time, they acted like little elves and mysteriously left the teachers baked goods and coffee every morning. In the spring of the year, they sold stationery which brought in a big profit. The of- ficers were Nancy Storms- President, Jane Crumback- SecretaryATreasurer, Jane Taylor- Committee Chairman, Kathy Rish- Committee Chairman of Community Services, and Sue Harris- Committee Chairman of Fund raising. Lucy Guevara and Jane Taylor are shown as they sell stationery during all the lunch modulars. Magley, Daniels, Beer hailed as Included in the membership of the 1972-73 Letterman ' s Club were Row Dennis Arnold, Jim Brenner, and Wid Knight. Row three: Mr. Bame Peter- one; Kenneth Schmiel, Tom Jep pson, Randy Gerig, Charles Combs, Dan son, sponsor_, Raiidy Beery, Kevin King, Carey Ehrman, Doug Bienz, Craig Butler, and Jim Skinner. Row two: Dean Putt, Tom Kline, Rick Magley, ' ' " " - -j - Klein, Mr. Bob Dillie, sponsor, and Mr. Buzz Doerffler, sponsor. Outstanding Lettermen of the Year Craig Klein shows off his flashy jacket. " Quite a handful you ' ve got there! " says Mr. Peterson as Rick Magley cleans up at the Letterman ' s Banquet. Cheerblock chants for a victory Above is the 1972-73 Girls ' Cheerblock taken as they get ready for the big Bruin win during the Basketball regionals. One of the rewards of being m the Cheerblock is that all of the members in the cheerblock are taken care of first in the getting of tickets for all the special games and they are the best tickets as the girls always get to have those seats right next to the playing court. Cheerblock grew over twice the size that it was last year. It was spon- sored by Mrs. Barbara Jennings and led by the co presidents Denise Aughenbaugh and Jan Frost. Other officers were Julie Frost and Renee Gunder. Their outfits consisted of dark skirts or pants with orange and white shirts. As a money raising project, they sold comb sets. Membership re- quirements were to be at all home games and the sectional, regional, and the semi-state basketball games. Cheerblock gets situated in their seats and warms up with a few big cheers before the big pep session for basketball. Ski Club had a snowed-in winter Members are — Row 1: Cheri Jesse, Jan Jackson, Brant Howard, Nancy Storms. Row 2: Ron Siegler, Theresa Christman, Jeanette Christman, Pam Newman, Tom Jeppson, Becki Buckmaster, Chris CruU. Row 3: Annette Remington, Deb Tilbury, Katie Swearinger, Kathy Rish, Karen Van Gorder, Pam Butler, Cathy Bux, Cindy Strong, Gary Gullikson, Cindy Steckbeck, Mike Stanek, Kirk Levy. Row 4: Beth Feichter, Pam Tsetse, Deb Repka, Rita Osborne, Nancy Huff, Jim Brenner, Al Martindale, Mark Robart, Jan Bosserman, Randy Gerig. Some Senior members take time off to go sledding with friends at the Derby Track at Franke Park. Ski Club may have had a snowy winter this year but not all of it was good skiing snow. A few trips were taken during the year but weather con- ditions weren ' t always right. The club was under the direction of Mr. Goerge Tricolas and the club officers. They were Brant Howard- President, Jan Jackson- Vice President, Nancy Storms- Secretary, and Cheri Jesse- Treasurer. Trips were taken to Wawasee and various other ski slopes around the tri-states. A big trip was be- ing planned for spring vacation but due to the lack of snow on the ski slopes, the trip melted away. High stepping Pom Pon Girls add Is this the final line up for the Miss USA contest? Not really, it well deserve Myers, Mary Ray, Sarah Yoder. Row two: Deb Geise, Linda Berger, Deb to be but instead it is the 1972-73 Bruin Pom Pon squad. Row one: Jana Brown, Sue Dunfee, Renee Zahm, Kathi Beezley, Leanne Casso, Debra Harris, Denise Saylor, Deb Chevillry, Michele Carto, Brenda Parrish, Williams, Jan Friend, Jerri Davis, LaVonda Moore, Linda Armstrong, and Denise Moore, cocaptain, Cindy Hall cocaptain, Pam Collins, Roseann Julie Johnson ... not pictured is Carla Wormbly. Deb Geise has a big Pom Pon smile Seniors Denise Moore. Deb Geise, Leanne Casso, Cindy Hall and Michele Carto clown around for the photographers camera. sparkle to the field The Pom Pons show sideline suspense. Brown and orange pompons flash at on the halftime shows. Who has the prettiest bunch of Pom Pon Girls in the state of Indiana? Why Northrop does, of course! The 1972-73 Pom Pon squad under the leadership of Cindy Hall and Denise Moore proved to be an attrac- tive asset to Northrop high school. The girls began the year early by going to camps and holding summer practice before school even opened. Once football season began, the girls were busy with the many halftime shows that they put together. They also were involved in many fund rais- ing projects during the year. Basketball games brought more shows that had to fit into the gym and also the added responsibility of run- ning the game coat check. Every customer not only got his own coat back after the basketball games, but he also got one of the widest and most sincere smiles in Fort Wayne. Up the score! Up the score! seems to be the chant of the girls. With all the talent, beauty, poise, and verve possible, it was this fine group of twirlers who time after time, led the Mighty Marching Bruin Band on to the field or the floor for basketball games. During the 1972-73 year, the Northrop High School Twirlers consisted of Toni McCoy, Sandi Walker, Cher Skinner, Lisa Sadler, Jana Mougin, Mary Beth Martin, and Janis Lapsley. Missing when the picture was taken was Lucy Guevara. Advisor for the group is Mrs. Leslie Sawin. Northrop Twirlers lead the band The twirlers performed this year along with the Pom Pon squad. A brilliant sparkle of color was dazzling in front with the bright orange outfits of the twirler crew. Both the football and the basket- ball halftimes were highlighted by these attractive and very talented young ladies. On many occasions, their flashing batons threatened to do mor- tal harm to the spectators, but always their ability was close at hand to make the catch. During the summer, these young ladies put in many hard hours in Fort Wayne and at a special summer camp sharpening their routines. Sponsor for the group was Mrs. Leslie Sawin. This advanced the nickname of " Sawin ' s Sweeties " . Twirlers salute the flag at the beginning of the basketball game. in a glowing flame of orange Senior Mary Beth Martin flashes her usual shy grin at the camera during a football half time show. Let ' s get with it, Mary! You are at attention. It was the twirlers, along with the pompon squad, that was responsible for seeing to it that the pre game ceremonies got off well. Lisa Sadler proved that hard work at practice can and will pay off. Sr. Congress plans activities; Members are as follows — Row 1: Beth Feichter, Lisa Bickness, Malinda Joe Horstman, Gail Escosa, Meribeth Bridges, Nancy Storms, Kirk Levy, Wade, Deb Tilbury, Cheri Jesse, Don Klein, Al Martindale, Ann Piepen- Jan Frost, Maria Shock, Mike Fritsch, Beth Sams, Deb Repka, Mark brink, Dennis Arnold, Val Karasek, Susan Harris, Jennifer Johnson. Row 2: Warsco, Elton Amos, Rhonda Neher. Nonna McGraw runs with the ball while Barb Brown guards her in the Powder Puff game. helps make the last year best Jan Jackson and Beth Feichter discuss the plans for the Sadie Hawkins Dance which was held in April. Steve Richards takes a break in the snow. Senior Congress was composed of the Senior Class Officers, the sponsors, and two representatives chosen from each homeroom. They had called meetings when such a need would arise. Things they planned this year were the Senior Breakfast, Senior Reception, Sadie Hawkins Dance, After-prom, picked out graduation an- nouncements, picked out graduation caps and gowns, planned Senior Pic- nic, and thought of the gift the Senior Class was to give the school. The of- ficers were Al Martindale- President, Don Klein- Vice President, Deb Tilbury- Secretary Treasurer, and Cheri Jesse- Social Chairman. The sponsors were Leona Plumanns, Arthur Schwab, Kip Ormerod, and Leslie Sawin. Mike Cullen is gettin information straight in plans for an important Senior activity. Student Council sells spirit hats Membership of the 1972-73 Student Council included Row one: Malinda Faye Wade, Gary GuUiksen, Steve WilHams, Kim Kleopfer, Kathy Rish, Chris CruU, Dave Warner, and Jennifer Johnson. Row two: Mishele Glass, Alice Martindale, Gary Heaston, Ken Overton, Bart Buechner, Dave Legler, Pam Collins, Denise Moore, and Lorna Dixie. Row three: Diane Jor- dan, Malinda Linn, Sara Severine, Kathy Jones, Kathy Jones, Kathie Wright, Megan Nash, Karen Dunbar, Kathy Gray, Randy Beery, Debi Tilbury, Don Klein, and Larry Shelton. and Bruin tee shirts during BB rT ' Northrop ' s Steve Willaims hosts a city wide Student Council meeting and hosts a tour of the Bruin school. Steue Willaims and advisor Don Liebrum rap about Council. One of the busiest groups in the whole of Northrop during any year is the student council. These people are the voice of the student body in the schools legislative process. Officers this year included Steve Williams as president, Gray Gulliksen as the vp, and Kim Kloepfer as the group secretary. From the three classes, a total of twenty-four students joined the coun- cil. They attended meetings and led and worked on the SC projects. Mr. Don Liebrum took over reins as the advisor and put in many hours to be sure things went well. He also had control of the signs that appeared in the commons during the entire year. Council activities included the selling of spirit hats and Bruin T shirts. This raised money and also raised school spirit. The Bible Club attends breakfast The Bible Club, headed by Miss Whisler, has met every Tuesday mor- ning for a rap session. Every Thursday they got together at Hall ' s Factory for breakfast and a sharing time. Insight is a time for poeple to get together and discuss things which are relevant to to- day. It was also headed by Mike Cullen. Miss Vicki Whisler and Maureen Ganey chat over donuts at a recent breakfast. Kevin Groves and Jane Taylor share a Bible while a passage is bring read. Insight IS Sharing. The Bible Club poses after breakfast one morning along with their speaker and Miss Whisler. Since last year, the club has tripled. " M ' f 1 jyBf k ■KJL i Uhk M ii ■Hl ' i 1 ¥. c i B % I Mi ' M l m MUk Afro-American Club gets active Members are: Row 1: Norma Simpson, Hailean Johnson, Rita Winborn, Kathy Gaines, Francine Harris, Karen Scott, Doris Smith, Carol Babb, Dorthy Freeman, Deloris Walker, Henrietta Walker, Malinda Wade, Karla Brooks, Darlene Smith. Row 2: Brenda Williams, Larry Kennedy, Mike Hale, Karen Montooth, LaVonda Moore, Ora Lea Patton, Carleton Williams, Lorraine Williams, Vickie Wade, Deb McMahan, Barbara Rutherford, Karen Dunbar, Joyce Gaines, LeeAnn Wallace, Bob Daniels. Row 3; Arthur McCowan, Roosevelt Tubbs, Cynthia Thomas, Stan Harris, Mr. Scott, Vicki Visick, Brenda Moore, Edna Hamilton, Ftosa Martin, JoAnn Roby, June Daniels, Linda Ware, Bridgette Wyatt, Jeff Stratton. Row 4: Dwight Laster, Al Brooks, Melvin Falkner, Eddie Spencer, Harold Wimes, Reatha Craig, Kevin Groves, Laurietta Jordan, Shirley Whitfield, Oscar Carr, Michelle Ingal, Debra Faye Williams, Samuel Stephans, and Fred King. A group of girls get together to discuss one of the Afro Club ' s projects- The AfroExtravaganza. A future in business gleams in the COE officers for 1972-73 were Pam Tsetse, Kris Loy, Bonnie Lowe, Cindy Seuerence, Vicki Boley, and Jan Edwards What will you be able to do when you graduate from High School. If you belonged to COE, you would know. Useful skills and valuable contacts are the benefits of the cooperative of- fice education class. Instead of a blank wall at commencement, these people are already headed toward a useful and well paying career. Thanks to Mr. Janet Hawley and the many helpful supervisor employers, a young high school student can get the actual experience of office work and even get a pay check while in school. Kris Loy answers the phone one of her many jobs where she works for COE. eyes of COE members Filing is a matter of remembering where you put something to the COE people. Clerical work is demanding, but Jeanne Itt has what it takes to keep at it. i 1 U 1 i 1 V i 1 Talent shines as these two entertain at the COE spring banquet. Bonnie Lowe and Jan Edwards speed through their typing as practice makes them perfect. DE sells candy and calendars Members of the Senior Distributive Education Club of Northrop are— Row Evans, Mr, Tim Matthias. Row 2: Kurt Overmyer, Kevin Winkler, Carol 1: Beth Friedly, Karen Gardt, Sue Farlee, Sharon Messenger, Sharon Norris, Beverly Craddock, Connie Blott, Jeff Woods, Jackie Gibson. Distributive Education is a class as well as a club. A DE member attends school in the morning and then has " on the job training " during the afternoon. Officers were chosen at the beginning of the year. They were Karen Gardt- President, Sue Farlee- Vice President, Sharon Evans- Treasurer, and Beth Friedley- Secretary. Their money-making projects for the year were selling candles, calen- dars, candy, donuts, and bumper stickers. Also involved in the projects was a junior DE class who learned the fun- damentals of DE for their senior year in DE. Northrop ' s fine name was again displayed when it was brought into the open by Karen Gardt being elected President for District III. They wound up their year with the second annual Awards Banquet held during the third week in May. Karen Gardt is being given some last minute instructions by her supervisor before a recent sale. Makes profits throughout the year 9 The DE skit during the tourney pep session was outstanding as the DE Bruins showed the winning way. Latin, French Clubs are cultured; Listening and comprehending is the only way to fully learn French. Ruth Lachot discusses a book in Latin. Latin Club was sponsored by Mrs. Janet Weber and led by Maria Shock. It met twice a month and had in- teresting times together. They went carolling at Christmas time along with the Northrop French Club. French Club was sponsored by Mrs. Barbara Jennings. They were lucky to have Dave Wilkerning as a president since he had been fortunate to travel to France the previous summer. The Club went Christmas carolling. They also made a trip to Cafe Johnell for a French meal. Both French and Latin Clubs combined on a picnic in May. They ate a picnic lunch and played volleyball and Softball before and after. The Latin club had the honor of being led by Maria Shock, salutatorian. The French club was one of the most " continental " with its suave prexy and its " L ' belle Fern " membership. span language knowledge further Mary Roach shows ire at the picnic games. Dave Wilkerning doesn ' t think a decision is correct so he is trying to fix it. Steve leads junior class in activities; The class of 1974 chose as its leader President Steve Snyder. Kathy Witkerson was social chairman, Sue Green was secretary treasurer, and Mishele Glass as up. It was either the class with the real pr omise or the class with the real class as far as the juniors were concerned. When something around Northrop needed to be done and done right, the juniors took a hand. This was true of academics, of sports, of music, of publications and everything else. Under the leadership of the class officers and chief sponsor Mrs. Janet Weber, work was turned out and things came out well. Next year, the class of 1974 will certainly be in good position to boast that they are the best class that Northrop has ever graduated. After spending this year setting up the prom and working at commence- ment and senior recognition night, next year the seniors will all the more enjoy being the guests of honor at these self same functions. Kathy, Mishele and Sue aid him Juniors on the Prom committees worked hard drawing up plans for the social event of Northrop ' s year, the 1973 Prom. Juniors Jody Weimer and Kathy Wilkerson were leaders and workers on the " Knights and White Satin " Mishele Glass and Sue Green give Ditle the Prom. class ' s section present for the Bruins. Speech enthusiasts compete in N.F.L. meets In its second year of existence, the Northrop Speech club made great strides in establishing a winning tradition. More people were involved in more speech meets and another increase is expected in the next year. The members of the 1972-73 Speech club are from left to right Cathy Dick, Mike The speech club under the tutelage of Mr. William Brown hosted many interesting activities during the year. These were run on a class time as well as an extraschool basis. On many Saturdays the speech club hit the campaign trail and visited a host of area speech tourneys and meets. Many of these netted trophies and ribbons for the Bruin orators. High light of the year came when the Northrop speech program was the organizer for two seniors speeches to be delivered at the 1973 commencement. Winners of this honor were Seniors Mike Aspy and Malinda Wade. Aspy (president), Mark Warsco (secretary-treasurer), Mike Fritsch (vice- president), Mr. William Brown (advisor), Russ Roloff, Scott Zook, Gwen Turner, and Bart Buechner. Special awards as incentatiues are a regular part of the speech program. Some of the people who are part of the 1972-73 Chess Club at Northrop High School are pictured above, seated is Ray Balogh, Mark Fritz, Mark Eastom, Jim Baxter, and Gail Welker. Standing is Deb Mann, Ken Burgener, Dave Yuhaz, Brad Lusk, and Dave Simmons. Many others were a part of the club during the year and participated in various meets but could not be present when the picture was taken. Sponsor for the group was Mr. Jim Sweeney. )) Northrop ' s " Bobby Fischers compete regularly L — i Mark Winteregg and Mike Aspy settle down to a chess encounter. " Checkmate " is the call that a chess player hates to hear. That is, un- less he is the one calling it. The Northrop Chessers must have called it more than it called on them as they won both of their meets with Northside this year. Under the direction of sponsor Jim Sweeney and president Ray Balogh the chess club got off to a good start, but ran out of steam at the end of the year. No activity was planned for the spring, but the club did win two meets with inter-school competition and two intra-school matches. There was a school wide tourney set up and Dave Yuhaz was eventually crowned as the school champion. Everything taken in accounting, it was a good year for the Bobby Fischers at the Bruin School. Keeping the student body well in- Assistant News Editor Esther Lacy checks a story to see if it is up to date enough for the What ' s Bruin. The work of putting out a weekly newspaper at the same time as being a high school student is not something that can be appreciated until you try it. This years What ' s Bruin tried it and liked it. Led by editors Deb Mann, Esther Lacy, Fran Balogh, Doris Butler, Mike McCann, Ray Balogh, and Karen Davis. During the 1972-73 school year the Northrop paper was selected by Ball State U as one of the sixteen best in the state of Indiana. formed; What ' s Bruin staff succeeds Pictures is the 1972-73 What ' s Bruin staff. Row one, Hank Hankey, Chad Balogh, Gail Altekruse, Angie Gernhardt, Lee Wells, Judy Roderick, Doris Williams, Bill Coleman, Scott Zook, Nonna McGraw, Jeff Snyder, Esther Butler, Robyn Hadley, Deb Mann, Karen Davis, Karen Van Gorder, and Lacy, Sue Wysong, and Vickie Wade. Second row, Bart Buechner, Frank Beth Sams. Scott Zook ' s meditation sometimes leads to in- teresting articles for editorial. In an editorial brain storming session, Scott Zook, Frank Balogh, and Bart Buechner kick around a few ideas for the second page. Yearbook staff works toward their On floor: Sue Ake, Theresa Fischer, Becky Fogle, Mary Martin, Clarita Rhea, Kathy Jones, Renee Gunder, Denise Moore, Beth Feicheter. Above: Greg Kroemer, Brad Lusk, Jody Weimer, Gregg Houser, Terry Offord. Busily at work staff member Terry Offord writes up the Speech copy. goal; Bear Tracks 1972-73 Jody Weimer types some last minute copy as Brad Lusk watches over to remind of the every approaching deadUne. Hard at work is our publication advisor and fearless leader Mr. Jim Sweeney. We ' ve had bad times, good times, work times and goof-off times but we ' ve managed to throw it all together into a good yearbook. The Bear Tracks staff of 1972-1973 were busy, busy, busy this year. Ad sales, picture distribution and other activities. The yearbook this year be- ing unique as it is has had a dedicated staff and leader which has proved to be a great success. The yearbook editors were Open- ing Section Pam Keener, Academic Section Brad Lusk, Sports Section Greg Kroemer, Organization Section Beth Feicheter and Denise Moore, Album Section Jody Weimer, Closing Section Sue Ake, and our Publication Adviser Jim Sweeney. Photogs make things develop The big chief photographers meet in the darkroom to check negs and tu du iumcthing about staff gossip. Basketball is tough to shoot says Ken Burgener as he works sectionals. Charlie Turner shows good developing form but stay in the dark themselves Our Northrop photography staff has so much drive and pull that a tractor Kurt Wallenstein, Tom Black, Charlie Turner, Bob Sumney, John Schultz seemed the logical place to take their picture. Standing are chief and Steve Norris. photographers Ken Burgener and Dave Simmons. Seated left to right are Kurt Wallenstein takes a break from shooting to let his camera cool off. and then hopes things come out all right. Excellence must be sought after Even when we compete against others, it still comes down to doing the best WE can do. Sometimes we are competing with a machine and it is our skill we are polishing. Even if it is nothing more than one person alone improving himself with a good book. •m- » f.?. ' v .i Always we are pushing a limit of some kind and it is by exceeding that limit that we gain some success we can measure. if we are to improve ourselves Everytime we search, we come down to the lowest possible common denominator, and that lowest possi- ble common denominator is us. It is the individual who is unique. We all belong to groups and all this section we have been talking about groups, but now we need to come back to the basic unit, back to the in- dividual. YOU are what is unique to Northrop ' s organizations. It is the individual that makes up the successful groups and it is back to the individual that the group will even- tually return. No chain can be any stronger than any of its particular links and you are the link in the Bruin chain. You are the raw material that is being tempered and improved and it ' s that improving that will make Northrop better and better. You are the idea that this school is all about and there are a lot of people who are very proud of you and who want to wish you the best that is possi- ble. Push yourself and improve yourself and Northrop will get along just fine. When you become better, so does Northrop High School. Euen loitering during lunch creates groups at the Commons windows where watching Organizations at Northrop High School are made up of two things. Of people and activity. We were blessed with the best possible of both. The student body is one of the finest and certainly the largest in Fort Wayne. And when a number of them with a common interest get together, the best results come out. Excellence in many places is a matter of a narrow and very special area, but for the Bruins, it is the goal and ambition in all pursuits. Music, sports, social life, the academic fields, or any special interest area, all are high points for those lucky enough to be Bruins. People and activity make Northrop Gary Morgan and his classmates demonstrate the excellence that makes Northrop. Who said that Football was a guys game? Certainly not these fine Powderpuff girls ' gym creates interest. T ! ■ 1 id I lM " " " it n W 1 Jl HP the Best gridders during Spirit Week. Tony Lynch shows that it is a part of the Northrop spirit to toot your own horn as he adds life and talent to the Mighty Marching Bruin Band. Northrop is unique in People ' 75 mustered up energy to make Sophomore class officers, Larry Shelton, president; Joan Newman, vice president; Jana Harris, social chairman; and Jeannie Richard, secretary-treasurer. Scott Sefton relaxes during world history. This year a new group of sophomores entered Northrop, all 672 of them. Each student met with new situations and strange faces, but with the help of the sophomore sponsors Mrs. Brudney, Mrs. Yoquelet, Mr. Morey, and Mr. Johnson the rookies pulled through. Aided by the sponsors, the ' 75 officers Larry Shelton, presi- dent, Joan Newman, vice-president, Jana Harris, social chairman, and Jeannie Richards, sec. -treasurer did a good job in serving their class. Although the sophomores never won the spirit stick, after giving their all, they showed school spirit in other areas. Many ' 75 members took part in decorating their hall during spirit weeks, while others went the opposite way serving on clean-up and serving committees for the prom. it through first year " Mom come ' n pick me up, " remarks 75 class member Robyn Hadiey after a hard day at school. Pam Acheson, Kathy Adams, Lydia Adams. James Alex- ander, Dan Allen, Richard AUeger, Cheryl Allen, Greg Anderson Lynn Argerbright, Tim Arm- strong, Neal Arnold, Rose Ar- nold, Bruce Ault, Kim Ausbury, Kip Bacon, Rebecca Baker Sue Bannister, Nyoka Barnes, Dan Bass, Todd Bastress, Gary Bawr, Denise Beck, Tim Becktell, Mike Beer Cindi Beery, Ron Behling, Bil- ly Bell, Debbie Bemmert, Pat- ty Bender, Deb Bercot, Daniel Berger, Emily Berry Dick Bienz, Sandy Bienz, Bill Biggs, Dan Biggs, Scott Bilger, Kim Bill, Bonnie Biller, Debra Birdwell Sophs met many new situations Emily Bishton, Ruth Bishop, Debbie Bishop, Joe Bisson- ette, Olga Black, Tom Black, Thomas Black, Phyllis Blanks Denise Bliss, Dan Bobay, Greg Bojrab, Authur Boester, Chris Boone, Dean Borne, Kathi Boschet, Jeff Bowser Joe Bryant, Scott Bradley, Bob Brant, Renee Brase, Ed- die Bricker, Mike Brink, Barb Bristol, Barbara Brooks Regina Brooks, Cathy Brook- ins, Joyce Brown, Nancy Brown. Andrea Brundney, Laura Bruner, Julie Brunson, Kim Kim Bruot Cindi Bryan, Bob Bryant, Dani Buch, Kevin Buckmast- er, Mike Burch, Desi Burson, Christine Burtnett, Kathy Burnett Carmen Burns, Judy Bur- roughs, Pam Butler, Jay Camhi, Larry Campbell, Ron Carmer, J. Carroll, Darlene Carter Randy Castle, Dale Castle- man, Jenni Chapman, Christ! Choka, Keith Church, Ther- esa Christman, Corinne Clark, John Clark Terry Clark, Tim Claypool, Sandy demons, Sam Coch- ran, Bill Coleman, Faith Coleman, Cathy Collier, Pam Collins Ronnie Collins, Betty Combs, Kathy Combs, Aimme Com- pare!, Ann Comparet, Tim Cooper. Lauri Cox, Greg Conk Tracey Craft, Greg Creyauf- miller, Joan Burder, John Crocker, Debbie Crouse, Mary Crumback, Connie Cuellar, Colleen Cullen but shined through ' em all the way John Cullen, Don Cupp, Becky Current, Mike Cutter, Kirk Dangler, Mike Dangler. Percy Dance, Deborah Daniels Greg David, Becky Davis, Bob Davis, Jeri Davis, Dwayne Dawkins, Jerry DeBolt, Ken Deinenger, Christine Dekilas Mark Derek. Linda Demarco, Flore Demarco, Sherllyn DePew, Arthur Derrow, Ronald DeVaux. Deborah Dichen, Cathv Dick Debbie Dickerhoof, Yvon Dietrich, Kim Ditzenberger, Lorna Dixie, Cathy Dixon, Lewis Doell, Dave Doughton, Gordon Douglas Tim Dove, Tom Drake, Maur- ice Drinks. Pat Droullard, Mark Duffy, Phil Duffy, Luba Dukin, Karen Dunbar Underclass proves Bruin spirit Sue Dunfee, Kevin Dunn, Dale Dunten, Mark Easton, Chuck Eckman, Ellie Edgell, Vlandra Edwards, Willie Edwards Lee Elchorn, Brvce Elkins, Vicky Elliot, Chris Ellis, Steve Elmer, Mike Elsea, Richard Elzey, Laura Ennis Tim Ervin, Suzan Falkner, Sharon Fair, Mike Fallen, Ben Farlow. Kay Farlow, Dennis Farr, Renee Faulk Lynda Falks, Sandy Faurote, Gary Fawley, Larry Fields, Gary Fink, Barbara Fiore, Jim Firestine, Mark Firestine Mark Fisher, Karen Fleck, Barrie Fleetwood. Kevin Follis, Guy Fortier, Lisa Foust, John Fox, Pat Fox Elizabeth Franklin, Jeff Frap- pier, Ruth Fraze, Karen Frazier, Richard Fredbloom, Frederica Moore, Jack Freeman, Scott Freeman Mark Friedley, Jan Friend, Desiree Fry, Bob Gadson, Ed- die Gage Laura Gage, Cindy Gard, Debbie Garret, Mike Gater, Micki Gatke Terrie Gerber, Ron Gillespie, Grant Girvin, Ron Goldner, Bev Goldsmith Bev Gompf, Marianne Good- man, Patti Gordon, Gary Graft, Bill Graham Jf ' i Lucille Green. Dan Gimmer- man, Sam Green, Kevin Gregg. Susan Greulach, Janice Griffis. Doug Griffith, Debbie Grubb Julie Grubb, Donna Grumn, Tom Grzyck, Ken Gumper, Marinne Gymesy, Robyn Hadley, Joe Hall, Louella Hamilton Mark Hamilton, William Hamilton, Dana Hammond, Paula Hamrick, Mark Hankey, Terry Hanlin. Iran Harris, Jana Harris Patty Harris. Rick Harris. Dan Harrison. Greg Harvey, Lee Harter. Becky Hassoun, Greg Hatch, Jackie Hatfield Mike Hathaway, Cathy Hazelwood, Nancy Hazel- wood, Rosal Heywood, Todd Heppler. Deb Henderson, Dave Herrick, Diana Het- tinger and loyalty during pep sessions Tina Hike, Jay Hiles, Darla Hill, Kathy Hill, Debbie Hiner, Betty Hitzeman, Gloria Hixsok, Kim Hobeck Diana Hoffman, Linda Holland, Mike Horan, Gayle Horner, Cindy Hough, Ver- tran Howard, Rob Hubbard, Tim Hubert Bill Hudson, Mark Huffman, Bill Humphries, Jerry Hunt, Kent Hyndman, Michelle Ingal, Andy Jackson, Bob Jackson Theresa Jacquay, Karen James, Jay Jasinski, Dabbie Jennings, Dianee Johns, Julie Johnson, Karen Johnson, Sandy Johnson Scott Johnson, Susan John- son. Tim Johnson. Sherryl Johnson. Joseph Jonas, Robert Jones. Diana Jordon, Donise Kearns ' 75 does their " thing " as the Dean Keith, Kitty Keller, Chuck Kelley, David Kelly, Eunice Kelsaw, Sim Kelsaw, Debby Kerker, Rodney Kersey Joe Kessler, Rick Key, Dave Kimes, Melody King, Steve King, Jim Klein, Ron Klein, Mike Klemm Denise Klepper, Jane Kle- vein. Rich Knerr, Lamdin Knight, Gloria Knuth, Pauline Kohls, Ed Kokosa, Amy Kramar Lezlie Krebs, Cindy Kreien- brink, Jayne Krerein, Dave Kuenhert, Mike Kurty, Parris Kughler, Joan Kyle, Dea Ladig Kim Ladow, Cynthia Lambert, Robert Landolfi, Becky Lane, Linda Lawrence, Virgil Lawson, Liz Leach, Joe Lee Shirley Lee, Carl Leech, Dave Leger , Kathy Lehman, Lois Lehman, Brad Lenna, Ralph Lerch, Ardella Logan Denise Lohrman, Rick Louth, Claudia Luellen, Tony Lynch, Doug Lyndraan, Connie Lyons, Suzanne MacDonald, Dohn McFalls Molly McGary, Jeff McGraw, Jody McHenry, Doug McKinney, Hartley McLeod, Debby Macy, John Magley, Mike Maier Ed Malott, Bobby Manley, Greg Marshall, Mike Marshall, Randy Martin, Rosa Martin, Debbie Mason, Pam Mason Randy Mast, Brad Matteson, Debbie McBride, Brian McClurg, Chris McLaughlin, Wendy McClymonds, Mark McComb, Jeff Melton Sophomore dance falls through Rene Melvin, Beth Mentzer, Patty Mertz, Rhonda Mettert, Zeta Metzger, John Meyers, Sandy Middleton, Sue Meyers Lucinda Miller, Scott Miller, Greg Millhouse, Sandy Mills, Marie Minnick, Rose Mitchell, Dave Moeller, Bren- da Moonsey Brenda Moore, Frederica Moore, Lavonda Moore, Mike Morgan, John Morreale, Dan Mossburg, Jana Mougin, Marsha MuUholand David Munk, Vicki Murphy, Stan Muterspa, Pamela Meyers, Rosann Meyer, Ketta Nanna, Debbie Nard, Jim Nemeth Joan Newman, Nancy Nicodemus, Greg Obendorff, Donna Offord, Lori Offord, Roy Olden, Jan Olvey, Toni Overman Karol Overmyer, Bob Page, Jim Page, Travis Palmer, Marcia Dance, Greg Parker, Brenda Parrish, Greg Parrish Brenda Partin, Shan Par- tridge, Keith Paterson, Kathleen Patton, Thomas Patton, Gary Paugh, Bob Pea, Denise Pearson Julie Pemberton, Jeff Pepple, Chris Pequinot, Amy Perl, Ruth Perrine, Steve Perrine, Gary Peters, Arlene Petrie Marty Phillips, Tina Piskor, Dian Planck, Rex Plasterer, Linda Piatt, Melinda Polley, Debbie Polston, Diane Pond Tina Pond, Rhonda Popplewell, Don Porter, Dorothy Powell, John Powell, Ron Prince, Delicia Rauten- kranz, Dan Rainev Individual activities as well as Mona Radu. Mitzie Rather- ford. Ola Ray. Brian Reed, Kevin Reinig, Mike Richard, Jeanie Richards, Kevin Richardson Pam Rider, Theresa Rile, Vicky Riley, Phil Roach, Ralph Robb, MaryAnn Roehme, Tim Rogan, Jackie Roller Janet Roller, Russ Roloff, Dale Rose, Glenna Ross, Mike Roth, Mary Roy, Sherry Rudig, Janis Rund Eva Rundel, Trevor Rundle, Mary Rupp, Steve Salter, Joyce Sanders, Stacey Sanders, Chris Sargent, Denise Saylor Kim Schmidt, Greg Schmitz, Jeff Schoel, Tina Schoenherr, Doug Schumacker, Kevin Schwab, Dan Scott, Vanessa Scroggins Scott Sefton, Charlene Self, Carol Senter, Patti Severine, Connie Seymour, Barb Shaffer, Doug Shaffer, Bill Shaw Melody Shaw, Larrv Shelton, Ralph Shich. Kelly Shively, Wes Sidwell, Ron Siegler, Angle Silvers, Tana Simons Jeannee Simpson, Steve Sipe, Cher Skinner, Cindy Slack, Tammy Smith, Greg Smith, James Smith, Leora Smith Leroy Smith, Mike Smith, Patty Smith, Rick Smith, Sue Smith, Susan Smith, Cindy Snyder, John Snyder Ron Snyder, Aron Soellinger, Dave Sparks, Gina Sparks, Mike Spencer, Willie Spencer, Tim Speshyock, Ron Spieth 73 officers, Al, Don, Deb, Cherrie Andrew David Berg Gregory Wayne Beer Rowland Victor Betties Lisa Marie Bicknese Douglas Walter Bienz Paul Edward Biggins James Allen Biggs Diane Lynn Bilcer Belinda Alice Biller Carl Timothy Blackhurst Connie Kay Blott Maryse Juliet Boileau Patrick James Boles Vicki Jo Boley Roberta Catherine Bomar Carin Beth Bonnett Gary Lew Borne Laura Sue Bornkamp Jan Alan Bosserman Connie B. Bradley Dana Victor Brady Janet Marie Brady Lewis Gene Brewster Meribeth Bridges Gary Thomas Brink Thomas Averil Brooks Barbara A. Brown Karen Jo Brown Kathleen Sue Brvan Mary M. Bryant Richard Bryant Marilyn Sue Buckhardt Rebecca Sue Buckmaster Kennetii Lloyd Burgener Jeffery Eugene Burkholder Charmaine Kamille Burlew Daniel Eugene Butler Vicki Renee Butler Mary Catherine Cain Lisa Caple Richard A. Carroll Robert Alan Carroll Michelle Susan Carto Harold Michael Cartwright The seniors have now reached Karen Sue Cashdollar Leanne Marie Casso Mark William Castleman Marcia Ann Cavinder Monica Sue Cavinder William Joseph Chaves Michael Christopher James Richard Clark Thomas Joseph Cohrs Patricia Ann Coleman Richard Dennis Collins James Joseph Connell Renee Kathleen Conner Ricky Leon Conner Nancy L. Cook Beverly Jeanne Craddock Reatha Yoonne Craig James Kenneth Crocker Ronald E. Croy Christine Susan CruU Jane Marie Crumback Michael Shane Cullen Carol Louise Dahlgren Louis Leroy Daler Robert Louis Daniels Diane Daniels Patricia Sue Darnall Douglas Richard Davis Deborah Kay Dawson Connie Jo Deeds the end of bright new beginning Joan Dekilas Lynne del Grosso Douglas E. Derek Kathy Renae Derrow John J. Diver Timothy J. Dixon Tim Merle Domer Gary A. Drake Lisa Ann Dray Rebecca Ann Duggins Nina Zena Dukin Deborah Jean Eachen Janet Sue Edwards Pamela Jeanne Edwards Sharon Marie Edwards Not all seniors followed the rule Debra Lynn Egnor Thomas James Ehle Carey Allen Ehrman Dennis W. Elick Jeff Ellenwood Juanita Gail Escosa Sharon L. Evans Sue Ellen Farlee Beth Anne Feichter David Wayne Fike Robert M. Fisher Jamesina Fiscus Bruce Allen Flohr Becky Lynn Fogle Douglas Jay Ford Joseph William Fortney Karla Ann Foust Michael Kevin Fox Frances Pauline Franklin David Alan Fredbloom Pamela Kay Freeman Beth Ann Friedley Michael Robert Fritsch Janice Kay Frost Deborah Jean Fry Joyce Edna Gaines ' of reading, writing, and arithmetic Maureen A. Ganey Karen Louise Gardt Klaus D. Gatzke Debra Kay Geise Stanly Gerber Randal Dean Gerig Angela Marie Gernhardt Roc Herbert Giant Rebecca Sue Goldner Mark W. Goldsmith Kathy Goodman Debra Kay Goshorn Steven D. Grabowski Jama Lisa Gray Kathleen Ann Gray Mary M. Green Richard M. Griffith Mark A. Grothaus Joseph D. Grubb William George Grunewald Lucy Mary Guevara Nanette Kay Hagar Cynthia Jane Hall Jeffrey Charles Halter Jeanette B. Haltiner Ezzie Marie Hamilton Julie Ann Hanzel Christina Sue Harding Stan L. Harris Susan Ann Harris Michael Alan Hartman Sharon Ann Hartman Dennis Patrick Hatfield Dennis Charles Haupt David James Heckman After-p rom almost non-existant, but Melanie Hemmig Thurman E. Henline Albert N. Hepler Pamela Sue Hettinger May Kay Hobrock James Douglas Hodgin Richard L. Holden Joni L. Holt Helen Janet Hontz Joseph E. Horstman Reba Wileen Hossler Roy Wesley Hossler W. Brant Howard Farrel Hubbard Kristy Lynn Huffine Richard Keith Hull Eleanor Doreen Insley Judy Ann Irving Sheryl Lorraine Isom Elizabeth Ann Issacs Jeanne Kay Itt Janis A. Jackson Robert Calvin Jackson Judith Ann Jasinski Kathleen Ann Jastrzemski Tom Alan Jennings Thomas Duane Jeppson Cheryl Ann Jesse Delbert E. Johnson Jenifer Ann Johnson Penny Louise Johnson William H. Johnson Sandra Ellen Johnstonbaugh Gary Ray Jones Cynthia Elixabeth Jordon Laurietta Jordon Sabrina Kay Jurczewsky Ronald Allen Just Valerie Denise Karasek Pamela Jill Keener Kathleen Ann Keller Cindy Sue Kennedy Lawrence Kennedy Robert Jack Kennedy Lynn Steven Kessler Gayle M. Key Sherry Rae Key Kevin Walter King Donald Ray Klein Robert David Klein seniors cut it close getting it together Kimberly Ann Kleopfer Thomas Randall Kline Sandra Jean Kneller Wid Knight Steven William Kovacs Laura Ann Kramer Deborah Diane Kreienbrink Gregory L. Kroemer Roger Wayne Kuehnart Garv Fredrick Kuntz Thomas Philip Kutsch Ruth Ann Lachot Esther Eileen Lacy Linda Kay Lamb Gregory Dale Lane Hard work, finals, banquets, and Cathy Lyn Langdon Robert Laster Lenita Lou Lauer Brett Kirk Leininger Vivian Lee Lemmon Kirk A. Levy Allen D. Lichlyter Bruce Randall Lintjer Joclyn Teresa Logsdon Joan Elizabeth Lohse Kathleen Jo Longardner Bonnie Sue Lowe Kristy Lynn Loy Rhonda Lutz Janice Kay Lynch Debra Kay MacPh erson Richard Alan Magley Mark Anthony Maier Donald James Maloney Ronald Joseph Maloney Deborah Lynn Mandos Deborah Anne Mann David Marks Ronald G. Marks Calvin Lawrence Martin Mary Beth Martin Robin Marshall Martin Allen Russell Martindale Clark Butler Mason John Lee Mason Debra Jone Mathews Toni Lynn McCoy Mary Sue McDaniel Nancy Ann McGary Pat L. McGary Nonna K. McGraw Randy W. McHenry Claudia Raye McKeeman Jeffrey E. Meier Carl Eugene Mero celebration reign over seniors ' year Sharon Louise Messenger Mary E. Michels Andrea June Mihavics Debbie Dee Miller Dennis P. Miller Mark Alan Miller Randi L. Mills Scott Paul Mischo Barbara Lynnell Mizzell Jane Louise Moeller Kimberly Kay Mohler Lila Anne Moilanen Deborah Lou Montooth Denise Kay Moore Murphy Lee Moore Gary Brent Morgan Scott T. Mowry Glenn Charles Munk Lawrence Webster Murphy III Randy Leroy Murphy Rickie Ray Murphy Marsha Ann Muterspaugh Jeffrey L. Meyers Starr Elizabeth Nahrwold Rhonda Cae Neher Watergate provides some heated Maryanne P. Nichols Tim Philip Nichols George Michael Nicodemus Charles David Niedermeyer Kristine D. Noehren Elaine Nuxhall Zachery Rod Ormiston Rita Kathleen Osborne Dennis David Overman Kurt Marion Overmeyer Sherilyn Grace Parrish Candace Lee Parker Jeffrey David Pepple Ruth Ann Petre Ann Louise Piepenbrink Dawn Renee Plasterer Debra Elaine Poling Melinda Sue Poor Kenneth Duane Post Nelson E. Preble David Scott Price JoEUen Prince Dave Pulse Carol Sue Pulse Dean Robert Putt Flobert Leon Rademaker Roberta Jean Ranck Lynn Susan Randall Gladys Mae Ransom Cynthia Colleen Regenold Chad L . Reichert Julie Nan Reinhart Keith Allen Reinig Debra Ann Reinking Annette Joyce Remingtom discussions in government classes Debra Jean Repka Tina Louise Reynolds Roxann Sue Rhoades Nancy Roberta Richard Ted Vernon Richardson Ronald Francis Richardville Rebecca Ann Richeson Katherine Elizabeth Rish Mary Louise Roach Ronald Lee Roberts Keith D. Robinson John F. Roby Gregory Donald Rockhill Judy Lynn Roderick Michael Edward Roderick Timothy Micheal Roembke Keith R. Roller David Allen Runkle Gretchen Irene Rust Lisa Louise Sadler Doyle Henery Salter II Beth Neoma Sams Kathy Diane Savio Dennis Keith Schaaf Kathy Lynn Schnepp Top seniors honored at recognition John George Schultz Debra Elizabeth Scott Karen Sue Scott Lawrence Pual Secheverell Cindy L. Sevrence Jeanne Marie Seymour Caren Sue Shaffer Evelyn Kay Shannon Patricia M. Shaw Robert B. Shaw Mark S. Shively Maria S. Shock Susan A. Shuren Christi Lynn Siemer David Alan Simmons Zula Terisa Simpson James W. Skinner Richard Craig Skinner Belinda Jane Sloan Patricia Annette Smedal Darlene Thereasa Smith Deborah Deltha Smith Scott Dale Smith Jeffrey Allen Snyder Robert Wayne Snyder Ted Anthony Socha Micheal Joe Southern Pamela Jean Sparks Micheal Joe Spieth Cynthia Mary Steckbeck Richard Donald Stensrud Deloris Stephens Blake M. Stier Julia Ann Stone Susan Janelle Stoops Kevin Lynn Stopher Nancy Kay Storms Jeffery Wayne Stout Jeffery Edward Straessle Phillip Ray Stucky Bonita Jean Swartz Micheal Joseph Tagtmeyer Diana Lynn Tanesky Donna Lou Tanesky Mary Kathrine Taylor Priscilla Jane Taylor " We will always remember graduation Terry Lynn Tester Cy nthia Thomas Robert Edward Thompson Debra Rae Tilbury Diane Lynn Timbrook Joel Wayne Townsend Deborah Joan Treesh Pamela Jo Tsetse Kim Ann Twitchell Teresa Lynn Usher Carol Ann Vachon Douglas Paul Vaughn Rick L. Vaughn Madeline T. Verhest Douglas Wayne Vining Sandra Ann Vorndran Melinda Faye Wade Dwight Jeffrey Wagner Michele Marie Wagner Gary Wakeland Lynn Walker Sandra Kay Walker Lyndon Wall LeeAnn Frances Wallace Jon V. Warkentin David L. Warner Mark A. Warsco Martin Wasson Paula Mae Weigele William Dale Weiss Jacqueline Lee Weller W. Lee Wells Claudia K. White Clody Mae Whitt Laura Jean Widman day, " as seniors bid vale to friends tmm " — - " - ' imim Kenneth Gerard Wilder David Robert Wilkening James Duane Williamson Monte Lee Winebrenner Kevin C. Winkler Debbie Sue Wiseman Kathleen Ann Wisman Robert L. Wolfe James D. Wolfe Kurt Blaine Wong Jeffrey Michael Wood Walter A. Wood III Alphonzo Wright Bridgette Catherine Wyatt David Lee Yoder Kathleen Young David Allen Yuhasz Stephen M. Yurkovic Connie Zamora Edward Paul Zbacnik Connie Lou Zimmerman Rocky Lee Enterline Sherry J. Holland Victoria Lvnn Stuckv 1973 graduation happy faces .... but are there tears behind those shining faces of seniors for the friends they will be leaving behind ? Senior credits DECA— Distributive Educations Clubs of America JCL— Junior Classical League (Latin Club) FT A — Future Teachers of America GAA— Girls Athletic Association FSA — Future Secretaries of America OEA— Office Education Association Z-Club— North Side ' s Girls Service Club Kev Club— North Side ' s Boys Service Club COE — Co-operative Education of America ICT— Industrial Cooperative Training MLC— Modern Language Club CHRIS ACHESON -Northside- Cheerblock 2; Tutoring 1,2,3; Bible Club 2,3 MARY ADAMS -Snider- French Club 2 MARY ALEXANDER -Snider- OEA 3; Concert Choir 2; Snider Choir 1; Bi- ble Club 2 ELTON AMOS -Snider- Library Worker 1; Afro American Club 2,3 Student Council 2; Pep Band 2,3 Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3 Orchestra 3; Etc. ' 73 2,3 TIMOTHY AMSTUTZ STAN ANDERSON -Northside- KATHIE ANTRIM -Northside- BILL ARCHER -Bishop Dwenger- PAT ARKWRIGHT - New Haven High School- DENNIS ARNOLD -Northiide- AV 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Student Coun- cil 1; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Lettermans Club 3; Tennis 2,3; Gym Service Worker 2,3 KIM ASHLEY Snider- MICHAEL ASPY -Snider- FTA 1; Marching Band 1,2,3; Speech Club 1,- 2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Musical 1,2,3; Chess Club 3; Etc. ' 73 DENISE AUGHENBAUGH -Snider- French Club 2; Cheerblock 2,3; Snider Singers 1; Girls Choir 2,3; Service Worker 2,3 B CYNTHIA BABB -Central- DAVID BAIR -Northside- Wrestling Team 1,2,3; Junior Congress 2 JAMIE BALLINGER -Northside- Stu- dent Council Alternate 1 FRANK BALOGH -Northside- Chess Club 2,3; Bowling Club 2; Newspaper 2,3; Northrop Broadcasting Club 3; AV 3; Northrop literary Magazine 3 RAY BALOGH -Northside- Chess Club 1,2,3; Newspaper 1,2,3; Photographer 2 NANCY BANNISTER -Concordia- German Club 1; Choir 1,2; Y-Teens 1 DAN BARTHOLD -Northside- TOM BASTRESS -Snider- Football 1 CATHY BAUER -Snider- Cheerblock 2,3; Library Service Worker 2,3; Tutor 3 JAMES BAXTER -Snider- Marching band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Reserve Golf 2; Chess Club 3 JIM BECK -Heritage- GREG BEER -Snider- Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Ten- nis 2,3; Lettermans Club Gym Service Worker 3 JESS BELTZ -Northside- JOHN BERRY -El Dorado High School, Arkansas- Marching Band 1,2 ROWLAND BETTIES -Central- Wrestling 1,2,3; Football 1; Marching Band 1,2; Track 2,3; Senior Congress 3 PAUL BICKLEY -Snider- Intramurals 1,2; Publications 1; Cross Country 2 LISA BICKNESE -Snider- GAA 1; Pom Pom 2; Gymnastics 2; Senior Congress 3 DOUG BIENZ -Snider- Basketball 1,- 2,3 PAUL BIGGINS -Bishop Dwenger- JAMES BIGGS -Snider- Mens Service Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2 DIANE BILCE -Northside- Spanish Club 1; Student Council 1 BELINDA BILLER -Snider- French Club 1; Marching Band 2,3 JIM BITTNER -Snider- Bowling 1 TIM BLACKHURST -Snider- CONNIE BLOTT -Snider- DE 3 MARYSE BOILEAU -Mountlake Terrace High School- Junior Congress 2; Student Council 1; Afro American Club 3 PATRICK BOLES -Snider- Bowling Club 1,2,3; Mens Service Club 2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3; Ski Club 2; Chess Club 1; Fencing Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Tennis 1 VICKI BOLEY -Snider- Bowling 1; OEA 3 ROBERTA BOMAR -Northside- GARY BORNE -Snider- Gymnastics 2,3 LAURA BORNKAMP -Snider- JAN BOSSERMAN -Northside- Foot- ball 1; Wrestling 1; JCL 1; Ski Club 2,3 CONNIE BRADLEY -Northside- MERIBETH BRIDGES -Northside- MLC 1; Student Council 1; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Service Worker 2 GARY BRINK -Snider- Wrestling 1,2,- 3; Lettermans Club 3 AL BROOKS -Snider- Intramurals 1,2; Concert Band 3; Afro American Club 3 THOMAS BROOKS -Snider- Concert Band 3; Afro American Club 2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3 BARB BROWN -Northside- MLC 1; Sophomore Planning Board 1; Junior Class Social Chairman 2; Senior Congress 3; Student Council 1; Reserve Cheerleader 1; Service Worker 2,3 FRED BROWN -South Central High ' 73 officers, Al, Don, Deb, Cherrie Andrew David Berg Gregory Wayne Beer Rowland Victor Betties Lisa Marie Bicknese Douglas Walter Bienz Paul Edward Biggins James Allen Biggs Diane Lynn Bilcer Belinda Alice Biller Carl Timothy Blackhurst Connie Kay Blott Maryse Juliet Boileau Patrick James Boles Vicki Jo Boley Roberta Catherine Bomar Carin Beth Bennett Gary Lew Borne Laura Sue Bornkamp Jan Alan Bosserman Connie B. Bradley Dana Victor Brady Janet Marie Brady Lewis Gene Brewster Meribeth Bridges Gary Thomas Brink Thomas Averil Brooks Barbara A. Brown Karen Jo Brown Kathleen Sue Brvan Mary M. Bryant Richard Bryant Marilyn Sue Buckhardt Rebecca Sue Buckmaster Kenneth Lloyd Burgener Jeffery Eugene Burkholder Charmaine Kamille Burlew Daniel Eugene Butler Vicki Renee Butler i Marv Catherine Cain Lisa Caple Richard A. Carroll Robert Alan Carroll Michelle Susan Carto Harold Michael Cartwright The seniors have now reached Karen Sue Cashdollar Leanne Marie Casso Mark William Castleman Marcia Ann Cavinder Monica Sue Cavinder William Joseph Chaves Michael Christopher James Richard Clark Thomas Joseph Cohrs Patricia Ann Coleman Richard Dennis Collins James Joseph Connell Renee Kathleen Conner Ricky Leon Conner Nancy L. Cook Beverly Jeanne Craddock Reatha Yoonne Craig James Kenneth Crocker Ronald E. Croy Christine Susan Crull Jane Marie Crumback Michael Shane Cullen Carol Louise Dahlgren Louis Leroy Daler Robert Louis Daniels Diane Daniels Patricia Sue Darnall Douglas Richard Davis Deborah Kay Dawson Connie Jo Deeds the end of bright new beginning Joan Dekilas Lynne del Grosso Douglas E. Derek Kathy Renae Derrow John J. Diver Timothy J. Dixon Tim Merle Domer Gary A. Drake Lisa Ann Dray Rebecca Ann Duggins Nina Zena Dukin Deborah Jean Eachen ■Janet Sue Edwards Pamela Jeanne Edwards Sharon Marie Edwards Not all seniors followed the rule Debra Lynn Egnor Thomas James Ehle Carey Allen Ehrman Dennis W. Elick Jeff Ellenwood Juanita Gail Escosa Sharon L. Evans Sue Ellen Farlee Beth Anne Feichter David Wayne Fike Robert M. Fisher Jamesina Fiscus Bruce Allen Flohr Becky Lynn Fogle Douglas Jay Ford Joseph William Fortney Karla Ann Foust Michael Kevin Fox Frances Pauline Franklin David Alan Fredbloom Pamela Kay Freeman Beth Ann Friedley Michael Robert Fritsch Janice Kay Frost Deborah Jean Fry_ Joyce Edna Gaines ' of reading, writing, and arithmetic Maureen A. Ganey Karen Louise Gardt Klaus D. Gatzke Debra Kay Geise Stanly Gerber Randal Dean Gerig Angela Marie Gernhardt Roc Herbert Giant Rebecca Sue Goldner Mark W. Goldsmith Kathy Goodman Debra Kay Goshorn Steven D. Grabowski Jama Lisa Gray Kathleen Ann Gray Marv M. Green Richard M. Griffith Mark A. Grothaus Joseph D. Grubb William George Grunewald Lucy Mary Guevara Nanette Kay Hagar Cynthia Jane Hall Jeffrey Charles Halter Jeanette B. Haltiner Ezzie Marie Hamilton Julie Ann Hanzel Christina Sue Harding Stan L. Harris Susan Ann Harris Michael Alan Hartman Sharon Ann Hartman Dennis Patrick Hatfield Dennis Charles Haupt David James Heckman After-prom almost non-existant, but Melanie Hemmig Thurman E. Henline Albert N. Hepler Pamela Sue Hettinger May Kay Hobrock James Douglas Hodgin Richard L. Holden Joni L. Holt Helen Janet Hontz Joseph E. Horstman Reba Wileen Hossler Roy Wesley Hossler W. Brant Howard Farrel Hubbard Kristy Lynn Huffine Richard Keith Hull Eleanor Doreen Insley Judy Ann Irving Sheryl Lorraine Isom Elizabeth Ann Issacs Jeanne Kay Itt Janis A. Jackson Robert Calvin Jackson Judith Ann Jasinski Kathleen Ann Jastrzemski Tom Alan Jennings Thomas Duane Jeppson Cheryl Ann Jesse Delbert E. Johnson Jenifer Ann Johnson Penny Louise Johnson William H. Johnson Sandra Ellen Johnstonbaugh Gary Ray Jones Cynthia Elixabeth Jordon Laurietta Jordon Sabrina Kay Jurczewsky Ronald Allen Just Valerie Denise Karasek Pamela Jill Keener Kathleen Ann Keller Cindy Sue Kennedy Lawrence Kennedy Robert Jack Kennedy Lynn Steven Kessler Gayle M. Key Sherry Rae Key Kevin Walter King Donald Ray Klein Robert David Klein seniors cut it close getting it together Kimberly Ann Kleopfer Thomas Randall Kline Sandra Jean Kneller Wid Knight Steven William Kovacs Laura Ann Kramer Deborah Diane Kreienbrink Gregory L. Kroemer Roger Wayne Kuehnart Garv Fredrick Kuntz Thomas Philip Kutsch Ruth Ann Lachot Esther Eileen Lacy Linda Kay Lamb Gregorv Dale Lane Hard work, finals, banquets, and Cathy Lyn Langdon Robert Laster Lenita Lou Lauer Brett Kirk Leininger Vivian Lee Lemmon Kirk A. Levy Allen D. Lichlyter Bruce Randall Lintjer Joclyn Teresa Logsdon Joan Elizabeth Lohse Kathleen Jo Longardner Bonnie Sue Lowe Kristy Lynn Loy Rhonda Lutz Janice Kay Lynch Debra Kay MacPherson Richard Alan Magley Mark Anthony Maier Donald James Maloney Ronald Joseph Maloney Deborah Lynn Mandos Deborah Anne Mann David Marks Ronald G. Marks Calvin Lawrence Martin Mary Beth Martin Robin Marshall Martin Allen Russell Martindale Clark Butler Mason John Lee Mason Debra Jone Mathews Toni Lynn McCoy Mary Sue McDaniel Nancy Ann McGary Pat L. McGary Nonna K. McGraw Randy W. McHenry Claudia Raye McKeeman Jeffrey E. Meier Carl Eugene Mero celebration reign over seniors ' year Sharon Louise Messenger Mary E. Michels Andrea June Mihavics Debbie Dee Miller Dennis P. Miller Mark Alan Miller Randi L. Mills Scott Paul Mischo Barbara Lynnell Mizzell Jane Louise Moeller Kimberly Kay Mohler Lila Anne Moilanen Deborah Lou Montooth Denise Kay Moore Murphy Lee Moore Gary Brent Morgan Scott T. Mowry Glenn Charles Munk Lawrence Webster Murphy III Randy Leroy Murphy Rickie Ray Murphy Marsha Ann Muterspaugh Jeffrey L. Meyers Star r Elizabeth Nahrwold Rhonda Cae Neher Watergate provides some heated Maryanne P. Nichols Tim Philip Nichols George Michael Nicodemus Charles David Niedermeyer Kris tine D. Noehren Elaine Nuxhall Zachery Rod Ormiston Rita Kathleen Osborne Dennis David Overman Kurt Marion Overmeyer Sherilyn Grace Parrish Candace Lee Parker Jeffrey David Pepple Ruth Ann Petre Ann Louise Piepenbrink Dawn Renee Plasterer Debra Elaine Poling Melinda Sue Poor Kenneth Duane Post Nelson E. Preble David Scott Price JoEllen Prince Dave Pulse Carol Sue Pulse Dean Robert Putt Robert Leon Rademaker Roberta Jean Ranck Lynn Susan Randall Gladys Mae Ransom Cynthia Colleen Regenold Chad L. Reichert Julie Nan Reinhart Keith Allen Reinig Debra Ann Reinking Annette Joyce Remingtom discussions in government classes Debra Jean Repka Tina Louise Reynolds Roxann Sue Rhoades Nancy Roberta Richard Ted Vernon Richardson Ronald Francis Richardville Rebecca Ann Richeson Katherine Elizabeth Rish Mary Louise Roach Ronald Lee Roberts Keith D. Robinson John F. Roby Gregory Donald Rockhill Judy Lynn Roderick Michael Edward Roderick Timothy Micheal Roembke Keith R. Roller David Allen Runkle Gretchen Irene Rust Lisa Louise Sadler Doyle Henery Salter II Beth Neoma Sams Kathy Diane Savio Dennis Keith Schaaf Kathy Lynn Schnepp Top seniors honored at recognition John George Schultz Debra Elizabeth Scott Karen Sue Scott Lawrence Pual Secheverell Cindy L. Sevrence Jeanne Marie Seymour Caren Sue Shaffer Evelyn Kay Shannon Patricia M. Shaw Robert B. Shaw Mark S. Shively Maria S. Shock Susan A. Shuren Christi Lynn Siemer David Alan Simmons Zula Terisa Simpson James W. Skinner Richard Craig Skinner Belinda Jane Sloan Patricia Annette Smedal Darlene Thereasa Smith Deborah Deltha Smith Scott Dale Smith Jeffrey Allen Snyder Robert Wayne Snyder Ted Anthony Socha Micheal Joe Southern Pamela Jean Sparks Micheal Joe Spieth Cynthia Mary Steckbeck Richard Donald Stensrud Deloris Stephens Blake M. Stier Julia Ann Stone Susan Janelle Stoops Kevin Lynn Stopher Nancy Kay Storms Jeffery Wayne Stout Jeffery Edward Straessle Phillip Ray Stucky Bonita Jean Swartz Micheal Joseph Tagtmeyer Diana Lynn Tanesky Donna Lou Tanesky Mary Kathrine Taylor Priscilla Jane Taylor ' ' We will always remember graduation Terry Lynn Tester Cynthia Thomas Robert Edward Thompson Debra Rae Tilbury Diane Lynn Timbrook Joel Wayne Townsend Deborah Joan Treesh Pamela Jo Tsetse Kim Ann Twitchell Teresa Lynn Usher Carol Ann Vachon Douglas Paul Vaughn Rick L. Vaughn Madeline T. Verhest Douglas Wayne Vining Sandra Ann Vorndran Mehnda Faye Wade Dwight Jeffrey Wagner Michele Marie Wagner Gary Wakeland Lynn Walker Sandra Kay Walker Lyndon Wall LeeAnn Frances Wallace Jon V. Warkentin David L. Warner Mark A. Warsco Martin Wasson Paula Mae Weigele William Dale Weiss Jacqueline Lee Waller W. Lee Wells Claudia K. White Clody Mae Whitt Laura Jean Widman day, " as seniors bid vale to friends Kenneth Gerard Wilder David Robert Wilkening James Duane Williamson Monte Lee Winebrenner Kevin C. Winkler Debbie Sue Wiseman Kathleen Ann Wisman Robert L. Wolfe James D. Wolfe Kurt Blaine Wong Jeffrey Michael Wood Walter A. Wood III Alphonzo Wright Bridgette Catherine Wyatt David Lee Yoder Kathleen Young David Allen Yuhasz Stephen M. Yurkovic Connie Zamora Edward Paul Zbacnik Connie Lou Zimmerman Rocky Lee Enterline Sherry J. Holland Victoria Lvnn Stucky 1973 graduation happy faces .... but are there tears behind those shining faces of seniors for the friends they will be leaving behind ? Senior credits DECA— Distributive Educations Clubs of America JCL— Junior Classical League (Latin Club) FT A— Future Teachers of America GAA— Girls Athletic Association FSA— Future Secretaries of America OEA— Office Education Association Z-Club— North Side ' s Girls Service Club Key Club— North Side ' s Boys Service Club COE— Co-operative Education of America ICT— Industrial Cooperative Training MLC— Modern Language Club CHRIS ACHESON -Northside- Cheerblock 2; Tutoring 1,2,3; Bible Club 2,3 MARY ADAMS -Snider- French Club 2 MARY ALEXANDER -Snider- OEA 3; Concert Choir 2; Snider Choir 1; Bi- ble Club 2 ELTON AMOS -Snider- Library Worker 1; Afro American Club 2,3 Student Council 2; Pep Band 2,3 Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3 Orchestra 3; Etc. ' 73 2,3 TIMOTHY AMSTUTZ STAN ANDERSON -Northside- KATHIE ANTRIM -Northside- BILL ARCHER -Bishop Dwenger- PAT ARKWRIGHT - New Haven High School- DENNIS ARNOLD -Northside- AV 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Student Coun- cil 1; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Lettermans Club 3; Tennis 2,3; Gym Service Worker 2,3 KIM ASHLEY Snider- MICHAEL ASPY -Snider- FTA 1; Marching Band 1,2,3; Speech Club 1,- 2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Musical 1,2,3; Chess Club 3; Etc. ' 73 DENISE AUGHENBAUGH -Snider- French Club 2; Cheerblock 2,3; Snider Singers 1; Girls Choir 2,3; Service Worker 2,3 B CYNTHIA BABB -Central- DAVID BAIR -Northside- Wrestling Team 1,2,3; Junior Congress 2 JAMIE BALLINGER -Northside- Stu- dent Council Alternate 1 FRANK BALOGH -Northside- Chess Club 2,3; Bowling Club 2; Newspaper 2,3; Northrop Broadcasting Club 3; AV 3; Northrop literary Magazine 3 RAY BALOGH -Northside- Chess Club 1,2,3; Newspaper 1,2,3; Photographer 2 NANCY BANNISTER -Concordia- German Club 1; Choir 1,2; Y-Teens 1 DAN BARTHOLD -Northside- TOM BASTRESS -Snider- Football 1 CATHY BAUER -Snider- Cheerblock 2,3; Library Service Worker 2,3; Tutor 3 JAMES BAXTER -Snider- Marching band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Reserve Golf 2; Chess Club 3 JIM BECK -Heritage- GREG BEER -Snider- Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Ten- nis 2,3; Lettermans Club Gym Service Worker 3 JESS BELTZ -Northside- JOHN BERRY -El Dorado High School, Arkansas- Marching Band 1,2 ROWLAND BETTIES -Central- Wrestling 1,2,3; Football 1; Marching Band 1,2; Track 2,3; Senior Congress 3 PAUL BICKLEY -Snider- Intramurals 1,2; Publications 1; Cross Country 2 LISA BICKNESE -Snider- GAA 1; Pom Pom 2; Gymnastics 2; Senior Congress 3 DOUG BIENZ -Snider- Basketball 1,- 2,3 PAUL BIGGINS -Bishop Dwenger- JAMES BIGGS -Snider- Mens Service Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2 DIANE BILGE -Northside- Spanish Club 1; Student Council 1 BELINDA BILLER -Snider- French Club 1; Marching Band 2,3 JIM BITTNER -Snider- Bowling 1 TIM BLACKHURST -Snider- CONNIE BLOTT -Snider- DE 3 MARYSE BOILEAU -Mountlake Terrace High School- Junior Congress 2; Student Council 1; Afro American Club 3 PATRICK BOLES -Snider- Bowling Club 1,2,3; Mens Service Club 2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3; Ski Club 2; Chess Club 1; Fencing Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Tennis 1 VICKI BOLEY -Snider- BowHng 1; OEA 3 ROBERTA BOMAR -Northside- GARY BORNE -Snider- Gymnastics 2,3 LAURA BORNKAMP -Snider- JAN BOSSERMAN -Northside- Foot- ball 1; Wrestling 1; JCL 1; Ski Club 2,3 CONNIE BRADLEY -Northside- MERIBETH BRIDGES -Northside- MLC 1; Student Council 1; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Service Worker 2 GARY BRINK -Snider- Wrestling 1,2,- 3; Lettermans Club 3 AL BROOKS -Snider- Intramurals 1,2; Concert Band 3; Afro American Club 3 THOMAS BROOKS -Snider- Concert Band 3; Afro American Club 2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3 BARB BROWN -Northside- MLC 1; Sophomore Planning Board 1; Junior Class Social Chairman 2; Senior Congress 3; Student Council 1; Reserve Cheerleader 1; Service Worker 2,3 FRED BROWN -South Central High School, La Porte County- Drama Club 1,2; Speech Club 1,2; ICT 2; Football 1; AV 1,2 KATHEE BRYAN -Snider- GAA 1; Bowling 1; Spanish Club 2; Student Council 2; Honor Roll 2 MARY BRYANT -Sunshine High School, Newbern, Alabama- Volleyball 2; Cheerleader 1,2 REBECCA BUCKMASTER -Snider- Choir 1,2,3; Swing Choir 3; Homecom- ing Court 1,3; Prom Court 2; Spring Musical 2,3; Service Worker 2,3; Cheerblock 2; All City Choir 3 KEN BURGENER -Northside- Chess Club 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3; Student Coun- cil 2; Photographer 2,3; Fencing Club 2,3; Bowling Club 3; Volleyball 2; Newspaper 2,3; Yearbook 2,3 JEFFREY BURKHOLDER -South Side- Intramurals 1,2; Science Club 1; Boys Cheerblock 1; South Side Against Pollution 3; Math Club 2; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; Cafeteria Assistant 1,2 DAN BUTLER -Snider- Orchestra 1; Class President 1; Spring Musical 1,2,- 3; Fall Play 3; Football 1,2,3; Choir 3; Junior Rotarian 3 VICKI BUTLER Worker 2 COE 3; Library LISA CUPLE -Snider- Service Worker 2,3; Future Teacher Club 1 RICH CARROLL -Snider- German Club 1; Intramurals 2; Hall Monitor 1; ICT 3 ROBERT CARROLL -Snider- Track 2; ICT 3 MICHELLE CARTO -Northside- Cheerleading 1; Cheerblock 1; Z Club 21 Pom Pom 3; French Club 1,3; Stu- dent Council 1 HAROLD CARTWRIGHT - Northside- LEANNE CASSO -Snider- Choir 1,2,- 3; Spring Musical 2,3; Intramurals 1; Cheerblock 1; Swing Choir 3; Pom Pom 3 MARK CASTLEMAN -Snider- MARCIA CAVINDER -Northside- Library Service Worker 2,3 MONICA CAVINDER -Northside- Library Service Worker 2; Service Worker 3 JIM CLARK -Snider- TOM COHRS -Snider- AV 1,2,3; Elec- tronics Club 2; Broadcasting Club 3 KENT COLE -Snider- PAT COLEMAN -Snider- Orchestra 1,2,3; Girls Choir 3; School Musical 1,- 2,3 TERESA COLEMAN -Columbia City Joint High School- GAA 1; Spanish Club 2; Thespians 2 DENNIS COLLINS -Snider- Talent Show 1,2,3; Musical 1,2,3; Swing Choir 1,2,3; All City Choir 2,3; Mens Service Club 3 JIM CONNELL -Northside- RENEE CONNER -Snider- Orchestra 1,2 RICKY CONNER -Snider- NANCY COOK -Snider- Cheerblock 1 BEVERLY CRADDOCK -Northside- Service Worker 2; Library Service Worker 1,2 REATHA CRAIG -Central- GAA 1; Booster Club 1; Service Club 1; Afro American Club 1,2,3; Twirler 1,2; Cheerblock 1,2; Student Council 1 RON CROY -Snider- CHRIS CRULL -Snider- JCL 1; Spanish Club 2; WLYV Radio Reporter 2; Student Council 2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3; Volleyball 3; Concert Choir 3; Madrigals 3; Ski Club 2,3; Musical 2,3; Talent Show 3; Northrop Steering Committee JANE CRUMBACK -Piqua High School- Cheerblock 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Service Club 2,3; Accomodores 1; Ski Club 2; Yearbook 2; Swing Choir 3; All City Choir 3; Concert Choir 1,2,- 3; Talent Show 2,3 CONSUELO CUELLAR -Northside- Spanish Club 1; Drama Club 1 MIKE CULLEN -Snider- Bible Club 2,3; German Club 1; Art Club 1; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Mens Cheerblock 2; Junior Rotarian 3 D CAROL DAHLGREN -Snider- Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 1,2; Pep Band 1; Yearbook 3; Newspaper 3 LOUIE DALER -Snider- Intramurals 1,2,3 BOB DANIELS -Central- Football 1,- 2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 1,2,3; Afro American Club 1,2,3; Junior Rotarian 2; Junior Class Officer 2; Intramurals 2 PATTY DARNALL -Snider- DOUG DAVIS -Snider- Intramurals 2,3 JAMES DAVIS LAWRENCE DAVIS -Central- Stu- dent Council 1; Track 1; Afro American Club 2,3; Lettermans Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3 CONNIE DEEDS -Northside- Cheerblock 1 LYNNE del GROSSO -Northside- Cheerblock 1,2,3; Reserve Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3; Homecom- ing Court 3; Fall Play 3; Etc. ' 73 3 RONALD DERRICK -Central- KATHY DERROW -Northside- Bible Club 2,3; Service Worker 1; Library Service Worker 3 JOHN DIVER -Snider- TIM DIXON -Snider- Cross Country 1 TIM DOMER -Northside- Pep Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,- 3; Junior Congress 2; Student Council 1 BECKY DUGGINS - French Club 1; Y-Teens 1; Service Worker 2; OEA Club 3 NINA DUKIN -Central- Cheerblock 2; Ski Club 2; Bowling Club 3 E JAN EDWARDS -Snider- Bowling 1; GAA 1; Cheerblock 2; COE 3; Ski Club 2; Honor Roll 3; OEA Club 3 PAMELA EDWARDS -Central- Stu- dent Council 1; Booster Club 1,2 SHARON EDWARDS -Snider- Ser- vice Worker 1,2; Girls Service Club 2 TOM EHLE -Snider- Gymnastics 1,2,- 3; Intramurals 1 CAREY EHRMAN -Snider- Basket- ball 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 2,3; Golf 2,3; Ski Club 2 DAN EIFRID -Northside- Volleyball DENNIS ELICK -Northside- Track team 1 JEFF ELLENWOOD -Snider- Track 2,3; Cross Country 2,3; Lettermans Club 2,3; Basketball Manager 2; Ser- vice Worker 2 ROCKY ENTERLINE -Snider- GAIL ESCOSA -Snider- Swing Choir 3 SHARON EVANS -Snider- DE 3 SUE FARLEE - Cheerblock 2; Junior Congress 2; DE 3; DECA 3; Honor Roll 3; Prom Committee 2 BETH FEICHTER -Snider- French Club 1,2; FTA 1; Snider Singers 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Newspaper 2; Girls Service Club 2; Cheerblock 1,2,3; Senior Congress 3; Ski Club 3; Bible Club 2,3; Yearbook 1,2,3; Talent Show 2,3; Service Worker 2,3; Honor Roll 2,3 DAVE FIKE -Northside- JAMIE FISCUS -Northside- Pep Club 1; MLC 1; Service Worker 1,2 ROBERT FISHER -Snider- In- tramurals 1,3; Basketball 2; Letter- mans Club 2 BRUCE FLOHR -Snider- BECKY FOGLE -Northside- Varsity Band 1; Concert Band 2; Honor Roll 1; French Club 2; Publications 2,3; Ser- vice Worker 2,3 DOUG FORD -Snider- Cross Country 1,2,3; Track 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3 JOE FORTNEY - Intramurals 3 KARLA FOUST -Snider- JCL 1; Training Band 1; Yearbook 2; Omega Kappa Phi Sorority 2,3; Honor Roll 1,- 2,3 BETH FRIENDLEY -Snider- DECA 3; Fall Play 3; Spring Musical 3 MIKE FRITSCH -Snider- Debate Team 2,3; Speech Team 2,3; Senior Congress 3; Concert Band 1,2,3 Marching Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3 Science Club 2; Service Worker 3 Chess Club 3 JANICE FROST -Snider- French Club 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1,2,3; Womens Ser- vice Club 2,3; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3 MARY GREEN -South Side- Cheerblock 1; COE 3 JOE GRUBB -Snider- Football 1; Wrestling 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 2 BILL GRUNEWALD -Snider- Foot- ball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,- 3; Lettermans Club 3 LUCY GUEVARA -Northside- AV 1; Pom Pom 1; Student Council 1; Junior Congress 2; Choir 2,3; Ski Club 2,3; Twirler 3 NANETTE HAGAR -Northside- Tutor 1; COE 3 CYNTHIA HALL -Northside- JCL 1; Marching Band 1,2,3; Pom Pom 1,2,3; Bible Club 2; Sophomore Congress 1; Girls Service Club 2,3 JEFFREY HALTER -Northside- EZZIE HAMILTON -Central- JULIE HANZEL -Northside- DENNIS HAPPER -Snider- Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1; Baseball 1,2,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3 CHRIS HARDING - Cheerblock 1; FTA 1; Band 1 STAN HARRIS -Central- Football 2,3; Track 2,3; Lettermans Club 2,3; Afro American Club 2,3; Intramurals 2,3 SUSAN HARRIS -Snider- French Club 1,2,3; Junior Congress 2; Girls Service Club 2,3; Cheerblock 2,3; Bible Club 2; Senior Congress 3; Swing Choir 3 MIKE HARTMAN -Snider- Madrigals 3 SHARON HARTMAN -Northside- Sophomore Planning Committee 1; Y- Teens 1 DENNIS HATFIELD -Northside- Cross Country 2 ANN HATTERSLEY -Heritage- GAA 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3 DANIEL HECK -Snider- MELANIE HEMMING -Snider- AL HEPLER -Snider- Football 1,2,3 PAM HETTINGER -Hazel Park High School, Hazel Park, Michigan- CO-OP 2; Choir 1,2 MARY HOBROCK -Leo High School- JAMES HODGIN -Northside- AV 3; Broadcasting Club 2,3 RICHARD HOLDEN -Northside- Newspaper 2 JANET HONTZ -Northside- JCL 1,2,- 3; Cheerblock 1,2,3; Tutoring 2,3; Yearbook 2; Orchestra 1; Intramurals 3 GAIL HOOBLER -Northside- Cheerblock 1,2; Globetrotters 1,2; Stu- dent Council 1,2; French Club 1,2 JOE HORSTMAN -Snider- Student Council 2; Senior Congress 3; Football 1; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Tennis 3; Baseball 2; Intramurals 3 RAY HOSSLER -Snider- REBA HOSSLER -Snider- Bible Club 3 BRANT HOWARD -Snider- Ski Club; Junior Rotarian 2; Golf 2 FARREL HUBBARD -Northside- KRISTI HUFFINE -Snider- Gym- nastics 1; Cheerblock 3; Service Worker 2 RICHARD HULL -Bishop Dwenger- Student Council 1; Track 1,2; Football 2,3; Lettermans Club 3 I DOREEN INSLEY -Northside- Sophomore Choir 1; Cheerblock 2; All City Choir 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Sw- ing Choir 3; Service Worker 2; Spring Musical 2; Etc. ' 73 2,3 JUDY IRVING -Snider- Gymnastics Club 1; Service Worker 1,2; Student Council 2; Cheerblock 2; OEA Club 3; COE Club 3 BETH ISAACS -Bishop Dwenger- French Club 1,2,3; Bible Club 2,3 JEANNE ITT -Northside- Sophomore Choir 1; Yearbook 2; Concert Choir 2,3; OEA Club 3; COE Club 3; Womens Service Club 3; Service Worker 2; Bible Club 3; Etc. ' 73 2,3 BOB JACKSON -Snider- JAN JACKSON -Northside- Sophomore Class Sec-Treasurer 1; Drama Club 1; Reserve Cheerleader 1; Cheerblock 1; Intramurals 1; MLC 1; Gymnastics 1; Ski Club 2,3; French Club 2; Service Worker 2,3; Womens Service Club 3 JUDI JASINSKI -Middleton High School, South Carolina- Band 1; Concert Band 2,3; JCL 2,3; Ski Club 2,3; Pep Band 3; Bowling 3 KATHLEEN JASTRZEMSKI - Bishop Dwenger- Cheerblock 1,2; Bible Club 2 TOM JENNINGS -Northside- TOM JEPPSON -Snider- Wrestling 1,2,3; Cross Country 2; Senior Congress 3; Lettermans Club 2,3 CHERI JESSE -Northside- Cheerblock 1,2,3; Sophomore Class Executive Board 1; Junior Congress 2 Senior Class Social Chairman 3 Womens Service Club 3; Ski Club 2,3 MLC 1; Service Worker 2,3; Trackette 2,3; Volleyball 3; Intramurals 1,2 BILL JOHNSON -Snider- JENNIFER JOHNSON -Snider- Junior Congress 2; Bible Club 2; Senior Congress 3; Student Council 3; Concert Choir 2,3; Swing Choir 2,3; Spring Musical 1,2,3; Womens Lib Club 3 PENNY JOHNSON -Snider- Service Worker 2; Girls Choir 2; Spring Musical 2; Fall Play 3; Etc. ' 73 3; Dram Club 2,3 SANDY JOHNSTONBAUGH - Northside- GARY JONES -Snider- Intramurals 1,2 CYNTHIA JORDAN -DeVilbiss, Toledo, Ohio- Newspaper 2; Afro American Club 2; Spanish Club 2; In- tramurals 2; Cheerblock 2 LAURIETTA JORDAN -Central- Afro American Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1 Cheerblock 2; Bible Club 2,3; GAA 1 Sophomore Class Vice President 1 Student Council 1,2; Speech Club 1,2,- 3; Newspaper 2 SABRINA JURCZEWSKY -Snider- Intramurals 1; Gymnastics 2,3 RON JUST -Snider- K VALERIE KARASEK -Snider- Senior Congress 3; Spring Musical 2,3; Fall Play 3; Swing Choir 3; Bible Club 2 PAMELA KEENER -Snider- FTA 1; Bible Club 1,2; Newspaper 2; Year- book 2,3 CINDY KENNEDY -Snider LAWRENCE KENNEDY -Central- Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,3; Afro American Club 2,3; Letter- mans Club 2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1 BOB KENSILL -Snider- Wrestling 2,3 LYNN KESSLER -Howe Military Academy- Newspaper 2; International Thespian Society 2; Speech Team 2,3 CHRIS KESSONS -Snider- GAYLA KEY -Snider- Bible Club 2,3 KEVIN KING -Snider- Chemistry Club 1; Football 1,2; Ski Club 2; Lettermans Club 2,3; Fencing Club 3; Gymnastics 3 DONALD KLEIN -Snider- Student Council 1,3; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Wresthng 2,3; Tennis 3; Ski Club 2,3 ROBERT KLEIN -Snider- KIM KLEOPFER -Northside- Stu- dent Council 1,2,3; Northrop Steering Committee 1; Ski Club 2; Cheerblock 3 THOMAS KLINE -Snider- Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,3; In- tramurals 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 3 SANDRA KNELLER -Snider- Cheerblock 1; Student Council 1; Ser- vice Worker 2,3; Tutor 3; Volleyball 1 WID KNIGHT -Snider- Basketball 1,- 2,3; Football 2,3; Lettermans Club 2,3 LAURA KRAMER -Snider- Cheerblock 1; Intramurals 1,2; Junior Congress 2; Volleyball 3 DEBORAH KREIENBRINK - Northside- Cheerblock 1; Bible Club 2,3; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Service Worker 2,3; Tutor 3 GREG KROEMER -Northside- AV 1; Library Club 1; Training Choir 1; Newspaper 1,2; Yearbook 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Swing Choir 2,3; All City Choir 3; Musical 2,3; Bible Club 2 ROGER KUEHNERT -Northside- Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 2,3 GARY KUNTZ -Snider- Stage Band 2,3; Varsity Band 1; Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3; Broadcasting Club 2; Orchestra 3; Pep Band 3; Elec- tronics Club 2 THOMAS KUTSCH -Snider- Stage Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2.3; Concert Band 3 RUTH LACHOT -Snider- Cheerblock 1,3; JCL 1,2,3; Bible Club 2,3; Student Council Alternate 2 ESTHER LACY Northside- MLC 1; Student Council 1: French Club 2; Ser- vice Worker 3; Newspaper 2,3; Trackette 2,3 LINDA LAMB -Northside- Cheerleader 2; Bat Girl 2; Swing Choir 3 GREGORY LANE -Snider- Student Council 1,2; Ski Club 2; Mens Cheerblock 2; Intramurals 1 CATHY LANGDON -Southport- ROBERT LASTER -Central- Art Club 1 LENITH LAUER -Bishop Dwenger- French Club BRETT LEININGER -Northside- Track 2; Cross Country 2; Ski Club 2; Lettermans Club 1 VIVIAN LEMMON -Snider- KIRK LEVY -Snider- Student Council 1; Intramurals 1; Junior Congress 2; Mens Cheerblock 2; Tennis 3; Senior Congress 3; Spring Musical 3 ALLEN LICHLYTER -Greencastle High School- Latin Club 1; Mens Ser- vice Club 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1 BRUCE LINTJER -Snider- In- tramurals 1,2; Mens Cheerblock 2 TERRI LOGSDON -Northside- JOAN LOSHE -Snider- Snider Singers 1; French Club 1; Pom Pom 2; Girls Choir 2; Concert Choir 3; Madrigals 3; Service Worker 3; Student Council 1 KATHLEEN LONGARDNER - Snider- BONNIE LOWE -Snider- Twirler 1; Cheerblock 1,2; Service Worker 1 KRISTY LOY -Snider- OEA Club 3 BRYAN LYNCH -Snider- Ski Club 2,3 JAN LYNCH -Snider- Cheerblock 3 M FRANK MACE -Central- DEB MacPHERSON -Snider- RICK MAGLEY -Snider- Lettermans Club 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3 MARK MAIER -Snider- Bowling 1; In- tramurals 1,2 RON MALONEY -Northside- In- tramurals 1 RON MARKS -Snider- Band 1,2 CALVIN MARTIN -Northside- Foot- ball 2,3; Lettermans Club 3 MARY MARTIN -Snider- Beginning Majorettes 1; Twirling 2,3 ROBIN MARTIN -Snider- JCL 1; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 3; Stage Band 3; Pep Band 3; Mens Service Club 2; In- tramurals 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Speech Club 3 AL MARTINDALE -Snider- Student Council 1,2,3; Senior Class President 3; Intramurals 1,2; Football 1; Ski Club 3 CLARK MANSON -Northside- JOHN MASON -Snider- Football 1,2,- 3; Baseball 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Junior Congress 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Speech Club 2 DEBORAH MATHEWS -Snider- TONI McCOY -Northside- Pom Pom 1; Twirling 2,3 MARY McDANIEL -Snider- Begin- ning Majorette 1 PAT McGARY -Snider- FSA 1; Junior Congress 2 NONNA McGRAW -Snider- Cheerblock 1; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Stu- dent Council 1,2; Senior Congress 3; Newspaper 3 RANDY McHENRY -Northside- AV 2,3; Electronics 2; Broadcasting Club 2 CLAUDIA McKEEMAN -Snider- Senior Congress 3; Student Council 2; GAA 1; Choir 1,2; Honor Roll 2,3 JEFF MEIER -Snider- Intramurals 3; Art 1,2,3 GENE MERO -Snider- Lettermans Club 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2 SHARON MESSENGER -Northside- DECA3 MARY MICHELS -Snider- COE 3 ANDREA MIHAVIS -Snider- DEBBY MILLER DENNIS MILLER -Northside- Broad- casting Club 1,2,3; AV 2; Electronics Club 2 MARK MILLER -Snider- Intramurals ],2 RANDI MILLS -Snider- Gymnastics 1,2,3; Student Council 1 SCOTT MISCHO -Snider- In- tramurals 1,2; Football 2; Wrestling 2 BARBARA MIZZELL -Snider- JANE MOELLER -Snider- French Club 1,2,3 KIMBERELY MOHLER -Central Catholic- GAA 1; Intramurals 1 LILA MOILANEN -Snider- Snider Singers 1; Girls Choir 2; Concert Choir 3; Madrigals 3 DEBORAH MONTOOTH -Snider- Spanish Club 1; Student Council 2; Ski Club 2 DENISE MOORE -Snider- French Club 1; Cheerblock 1,2,3; GAA 1; Girls Service Club 2; Bible Club 2,3; Stu- dent Council 1,3; Junior Congress 2; Class Officer 1,2; Swing Choir 3; Newspaper 2; Yearbook 3; Snider Singers 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Pom Pom 2,3; All City Choir 3; Service Worker 2; Beginning Majorettes 1; Etc. ' 73 1,2,3; Spring Musicals 1,2,3 MURPHY MOORE -Central- GARY MORGAN -Northside- SCOTT MOWRY -Snider- Student Council 1,2; Junior Congress 2; Mens Service Club 2; Football 1; Wrestling 1,2,3 LARRY MURPHY -Snider- Baseball Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 2 RANDY MURPHY -Snider- Math Club 1; AV 2,3; Broadcasting Club 2,3 RICKIE MURPHY -Snider- Football 2; Marching Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 1,2; Pep Band 2,3; Mens Service Club 2,3 MARSHA MUTERSPAUGH -South Side- Modern Dance Club 1,2; Service Club 2; Archerettes N STARR NAHRWOLD -Snider- GAA 1; Reserve Cheerleader 1; Spring Musical 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Var- sity Cheerleading 2,3; Gymnastics 1; Etc. ' 73 2,3; Fall Play 3; Swing Choir 2,3; Bible Club 2; Snider Talent Show 1 RHONDA NEHER -Snider- Stage Band 1,2,3; FTA 1; French Club 1,2; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Bible Club 1; Gymnastics 1; Service Worker 2; Science Club 2,3; Marching Band 2 MARI NICHOLLS -Snider- Snider Singers 1; Girls Choir 2 GEORGE NICODEMUS -Northside- Student Council 1; Lettermans Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3 DAVID NIEDERMEYER -Snider- Spanish Club Snider Singers Boys Cheerblock CAROL NORRIS -Northside- In- tramurals 1; DE 3 ELAINE NUXHALL -Snider- Womens Service Club 2,3; Cheerblock 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Senior Congress 3; Service Worker 3 RICK ORMISTON -Northside- AV 1,- 2,3; Mens Service Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3; Track 1 RITA OSBORNE -Northside- Choir 1; Ski Club 2,3 DAVID OURY -Bishop Dwenger- Reserve Football 1; Track 1; Football 2 DENNY OVERMAN-Snider- Bowling 3 KURT OVERMYER -Snider- Ski Club 3; DECA 3 SHERILYN PARISH -Snider- Elec- tronics Club 2; Radio 2; AV 2; Gi rls Choir 1,2,3; Spring Musical 2 CANDY PARKER -Snider- Ski Club 2,3 DENISE PARKER -Central- Afro American Club 2,3; DEA 3; Newspaper 3 ORA PATTON -Central- Afro American Club 3 JEFF PEPPLE -Snider- ANN PIEPENBRINK -Snider- Marching Band 2; Concert Orchestra 2,3; Concert Band 2,3; Pep Band 3; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Intramurals 2,3 DAWN PLASTERER -Snider- Orchestra 1,2,3 DEB POLING -Snider- French Club 2; OEA 3 MELINDA POOR -Snider- Cheerblock 1; Gymnastics 1; Swing Choir 3 KENNETH POST -Northside- Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 2 NELSON PREBLE -Northside- AV 1,3; Electronics Club 2; Broadcasting Club 2,3; Spring Musical 2 DAVE PRICE -Snider- Football 1,2,3; Swing Choir 2,3 JOELLIN PRINCE -Snider- Bowling 1; Snider Singers 1; Girls Glee 2 CAROL PULSE -Snider- DEAN PUTT -Snider- Student Coun- cil 1; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2,- 3; Lettermans Club 2,3 R ROBERT RADEMAKER -Snider- Spring Musical 2; Ski Club 2,3; Spanish Club 1 ROBERTA RANCK -Northside- Var- sity Band 1; Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 2,3; Pep Band 3 LYNN RANDALL -Snider- GLADYS RANSOM -Central- Art Club 1; Afro American Club 2,3 CHAD REICHERT -Snider- Marching Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 3; Stage Band 3 KEITH REINIG -Bishop Dwenger- DEBRA REINKING - Snider- Girls Service Club 2; French Club 1,2,3; Art Club 1; Student Council Alternate 2; Literarv Magazine 3; Service Worker 1,2 ANNETTE REMINGTON -Snider- Intramurals 1; Newspaper 2; Ski Club 2,3 DEB REPKA -Snider- Senior Congress 3; Ski Club 2,3; Girls Service Club 3; Cheerblock 3; Intramurals 1 TINA REYNOLDS -Snider- Student Council 2; Ski Club 2 ROXANN RHOADES NANCY RICHARD -Snider- German Club 1 STEVE RICHARD -Snider- In- tramurals 1,2,3 TED RICHARDSON -Snider- Baseball 3 REBECCA RICHESON -Snider- KATHY RISH -Snider- Cheerblock 1,- 2,3; JCL 1; Spanish Club 2; Spring Musical 1; Junior Congress 2; Student Council 2,3; Etc. ' 73 1,3; Ski Club 2,3; Girls Service Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,- 3; Volleyball 3 MARY ROACH -Snider- Cheerblock Alternate 3; French Club 2,3; Etc. ' 73 3; Intramurals 1 RON ROBERTS -Snider- KEITH ROBINSON -Snider- JOHN ROBY -Northside- Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3 GREG ROCKHILL -Snider- JCL 1,2,- 3; Bowling Club 2,3 JUDY RODERICK -Snider- Band 1,- 2,3; Spring Musical 1,2,3; Choir 2,3; Newspaper 3 MICHAEL RODERICK -Snider- Etc. ' 73 3; Concert Choir 3; Concert Orchestra 3; Intramurals 2; Volleyball KEITH ROLLER -Northside- DAVE RUNKLE -Northside- Baseball 2; Intramurals 2 LISA SADLER -Snider- GAA 1; Gym- nastics 1; Twirling 1,2,3; Marching Band 2,3; French Club 2; Etc. ' 73 2,3; Spring Musical 2; Snider Singers 1; Concert Choir 2; Service Worker 2,3 DAN SALMON -Washington High School, Washington, Ind.- JCL 1,2,3; Chess Club 3; Key Club 2,3; Honor Roll 2,3; Science Club 3 DOYLE SALTER BETH SAMS -Chattanooga High School, Chattanooga, Tennessee- French Club 3; Marching Band 1,2,3 Concert Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3 Newspaper 2,3; Spring Musical 2,3 Sophomore Class Treasurer 1; Senior Congress 3; Sophomore Council 1 WILLIE SANDERS -Central- KATHY SAVIO -Northside- BEN SCHLOTTERBACK -Snider- KATHY SCHNEPP MICHAEL SCHORLACH -Snider JOHN SCHULTZ -Snider- Spring Musical 1,2,3; Senior Play 1; Library Service Worker 1,2; Newspaper 2,3; Broadcasting Club 2,3 DEBRA SCOTT -Northside- KAREN SCOTT -Central- Afro American Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1; GAA 1; Sophomore Congress 1; French Club 1 LARRY SEATS -Central CINDY SEVERENCE -Northside- French Club 2; COE Club 3; Tutor 2 JEANNE SEYMOUR -Snider- CAREN SHAFFER -Snider- Art Club 1; Student Council 1 PATRICIA SHAW -Northside- COE Club 3; Tutor 2; Student Council 1 ROBERT SHAW -Wayne High School, Dayton, Ohio- SHERRY KEY -Snider- LINDA SHERWOOD MARK SHIVELY -Snider- Football 1,2,3 MARLA SHOCK -Snider- Cheerblock 1,3; JCL 2,3; Senior Congress 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; FTA 1 DAVID SIMMONS -Northside- Photographer 2,3; Chess Club 3; Fen- cing Club 2,3; Bowling Club 2,3; Stu- dent Council 1; Newspapers 2,3; Year- book 2,3; Intramurals 1; Tutor 1 RON SIMMONS -Northside- NORMA SIMPSON -Central- Afro American Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1; GAA 1; Sophomore Congress 1; French Club 1 JAMES SKINNER -Snider- Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Lettermans Club 2,3; Bernie Bruin 3; Yearbook 3; Student Council 2; Junior Congress 2 RICHARD SKINNER -Snider BELINDA SLOAN -Snider- French Club 1; Student Council 1,2; Junior Congress 2; Senior Congress 3; Marching Band 2; Cheerblock 2; Band 1 PAT SMEDAL -Snider- DARLENE SM ITH DEBORAH SMITH -Northside- SCOTT SMITH -Snider- Swing Choir 1,2,3; Spring Musical 2,3; Fall Play 3; Honor Roll 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Snider Singers 1; Etc. 73 1,2,3 BOB SNYDER -Snider- Football 1,2; Track 1; Lettermans Club 2; In- tramurals 1 JEFF SNYDER -Northside- Concert Choir 3 TED SOCHA -Snider- Intramural 1 MIKE SOUTHERN -Snider- PAMELA SPARKS -Snider- In- tramurals 1,2; Cheerblock 2,3; Womens Service Club 2; Snider Singers 1; Intermediate Choir 2; Concert Choir 3 MIKE SPIETH -Northside- Band 1,2 CYNTHIA STECKBECK -Snider- Spring Musical 1,2,3; Fall Play 3; Girls Service Club 3; French Club 1; Ski Club 3; Intramurals 1; Cheerblock 2 RICK STENSRUD -Ganesha High School, California- Football 1; Basket- ball 1; Baseball 1,2,3; Student Senate 1,2 BLAKE STIER -Snider- JULIE STONE -Bishop Dwenger- SUE STOOPS -Northside- Music 1; Y- Teens 1; French Club 1 KEVIN STOPHER -Snider- NANCY STORMS -Northside- Cheerblock 1; Sophomore Congreee 1; Senior Congress 3; Girls Service Club 3; Ski Club 2,3; French Club 1,2 NANCY STORMS -Northside- Cheerblock 1; Sophomore Congress 1; Senior Congress 3; Girls Service Club 3; Ski Club 2,3; French Club 1,2 JEFF STOUT -Snider- Intramurals 1,- 2,3; German Club 1; Golf 2 VICKI STUCKY -Snider- Gymnastics 1,2,3 PHIL STUKEY -Northside- Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 2,3; In- tramurals 2 BONNIE SWARTZ -Snider- Cheerblock 1,3; French Club 1,2; Girls Service Club 3 MIKE TAGTMEYER -Northside- HFH 2,3; Intramurals 2 DIANA TANESKY -Snider- DONNA TANESKY -Snider- MARY TAYLOR -Northside- JANE TAYLOR -Union City Com- munity High School- French Club 1; Cheerblock 1; Yearbook 2,3; Girls Ser- vice Club 3 TERRY TESTER -Snider- Bowling 2,3 KIM TEW -Concordia- Cheerblock 1; Y-Teens 2 CYNTHIA THOMAS -Central- Stu- dent Council 1,2; Afro American Club 1,2,3; GAA 1; Booster Club 1 ROBERT THOMPSON -Snider- Cross Country 2; Intramurals 2 DEBRA TILBURY -Snider- GAA 1; Spanish Club 2; Cheerblock 1; Ski Club 3; Girls Service Club 3; Junior Congress 2; Student Council 3; Senior Class Sec.-Treas. 3 BRENDA TOMS -New Haven High School- JOEL TOWNSEND -Northwood High School, Nappanee, Ind.- Science Club 1; Key Club 1; Concert Choir 3; Swing Choir 3; Etc. ' 73 3; Spring Musical 3 DEBORAH TREESH PAMELA TSETSE -Snider- Cheerblock 1; GAA 1; Gymnastics 1; Ski Club 3; OEA Club 3; Girls Service Club 3 V CAROL VACHON -Snider- GAA 1 MADELINE VERHEST -Northside- Service Worker 1; Cheerblock 2; Girls Choir 2,3; Training Choir 2 DOUG VINING -Snider- Cross Coun- try 1,2,3; Track 3; Intramurals 1,2,3 SANDY VORNDRAN -Snider- French Club 1,2,3; FTA 1; Cheerblock 2,3; Service Worker 2,3; Tutor 1 W MALINDA WADE -Central- Speech 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3; Publications 1,2; Afro American Club 1,2,3; Bowling Club 3; Booster Club 1; Student Coun- cil 1,2,3; Senior Congress 3; Junior Class President 2; Sophomore Congress 1 DWIGHT WAGNER -Snider- In- tramurals 1,2,3; Mens Service Club 2 SHELLY WAGNER -Snider- Choir 1; Drama Club 1; Drama Club 1; Service Worker 1,2; Girls Choir 2; Concert Choir 3; Spring Musical 2,3; Etc. 73 3 SHELLEY WAHL -Snider- Cheerblock 1; Student Council 1; Gymnastics 1,3; Spanish Club 1; GAA 1 LYNN WALKER -Northside- MLC 1; Orchestra 1,2,3; Bible Club 2,3 SANDI WALKER -Northside- Marching Band 1; Arrowette 1; Sophomore Planning Committee 1; Band 2,3; Twirler 2,3 LYNDON WALL -Northside- In- tramurals 1,2,3; Swing Choir 2,3; Spr- ing Musical 2,3; Etc. 73 2,3 JON WARKENTIN -Snider- JCL 1; Orchestra 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,3; Spr- ing Musical 2,3; Junior Congress 2 DAVE WARNER -Northside- Sophomore Planning Committee 1; Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; Varsity Band 1; Orchestra 2,3; Spring Musical 2,3; Student Council 3 MARK WARSCO -Elmhurst- Football 1; Track 1; Speech Club 2,3; Choir 2,3; Spring Musical 2,3; Etc. 73 2,3 MARTIN WASSON - Track 1; Foot- ball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 1 PAULA WEIGELE JACKIE WELLER Cheerblock 1 Snider- LEE WELLS -Northside- Student Council 1; Spring Musical 2,3; Swing Choir 2,3; All City Orchestra 2,3; Newspaper 3 CLAUDIA WHITE American Club 2 -Central- Afro MIKE WHITT -Central- Basketball 1,2,3 LAURA WIDMANN -Northside- Stu- dent Council 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Newspaper 2; Trackette 3; Honor Roll 3 KENNETH WILDER -Wainwright High School- Football 1,2; Lettermans Club 2; Intramurals 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Service Worker 3 DAVE WILKENING -Snider- Gym- nastics 1; Junior Congress 2; Spring Musical 2,3; Swing Choir 2,3; Mens Service Club 2,3; Senior Congress 3; French Club 3; Fall Play 3; Etc. 73 3; All City Choir 3; Drama Club 3 STEVE WILLIAMS -Snider- Student Council 2,3; Photographer 2; Newspaper 3 JIM WILLIAMSON Joint High School- Club 3 -Columbia City Afro American MONTE WINEBRENNER -Snider- Football 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Intramurals 2 KEVIN WINKLER -Snider- Band 1,2; Tutor 2; Electronics Club 2; Student Council 2; DECA Club 3; Senior Congress 3 DEBRA WISEMAN -Snider- Choir 2,3; Service Worker 3 Girls ROBERT WOLFE WALTER WOOD -Tipton High School, Tipton, Iowa- Honor Roll 1,2,3; Tennis Team 3; Concert Choir 3 ROBERT WOODINGS -Snider- Spr- ing Musical 1,2 KURT WONG -Snider- Intramurals 1; Ski Club 3 AL WRIGHT -Snider- Basketball 1,2,- 3; Lettermans Club 1,2,3; Cross Coun- try 2; Service Worker 3 BRIDGETTE WYATT -Central- Afro American Club 3 DAVID YODER -Snider- Football 1,2,- 3; Wrestling 1,2,3; Track 2; Honor Roll 2; Tutor 3 KATHY YOUNG -Northside- Pep Band 1,3 STEVE YURKOVIC -Snider- Gym- nastics 1,2; Ski Club 2 CONNIE ZAMORA -South Side- Volleyball 1; Service Worker 3 ED ZBACNIK -Snider- French Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Chess Club 3 Ken Burgener Bob Snyder Seniors show unique qualities Mary Roach Gary Morgan Kathy Rish as they let it " All hang loose ? 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Rick Griffith GRIFFITH ' S HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1912 Bluffton Rd. Fort Wayne, Ind. 747-0551 Compare elegance! You ' ll buy an Oldsmobile. Ken Burgener Rice Oldsmobile Little things can mean much Things that make up happy times are not big. They are small and so very common place until we leave and then see them no more. Maybe it is that way with us and Northrop. The 1972-73 school year was one of the unique things in our lives. It was a time to pride and success and even more, a time of belonging. It was belonging in seeing little things around us that we recognized and were comfor- table with. Now the year is done and all of these things are found only between the covers of this yearbook and in our own minds. May the memories in your mind be bright and may they reflects warmly on your soul. i Index Teachers Arnold, Lenna 78 Baker, Jacob 89 Bickel, Glen 56,196 Brooks, Abbey Brown, Wavne 48,49,50 Brown, William .54,196 Brudney, Ann 58,184 Certain, Ronald 32,36,80 Craque, Kenneth 86 Danlev, Mike 60,110,114,125, 127,141 Davis, Robert 60,63 Dellinger, Robert 60 Dille. Robert 80,81,120,121, 136,137,141 Dillon, William 48 Doerffler, Brvon 32,60,61,110, 141 Dornte, Robert 56,130,131,140 Epps, Al 80 Ewert, Jan 57,65 Flohr, Steye 90 Gerig, Donavon 68,71 Hawley, Janet 60,61 Heaston, Darrel 80 Heins, William 72,74,75 Herman, Thomas 32,76,110, 124.125,127,141 Hewes, Natalie 82 Holloway, Willard 72,74 Irby, Bernice 18,48 Isom, Louise 48 Jennings, Barbara 58,59 Johnson, Bob 64,65,84 Keim, James 90,108,116,117, 121.123,141 Kuhn, Ronald 88,89 Ledo, Sharon 58 Leyy, Richard 19,90,91,92 Lieberura, Don 60,63 Lipp, Janet 82,142 Lomggardner, Ruth 78,137 Mathias, Tim 60,61 McCory, John 37,90 McKee, Joan 82 Melton, Merrill Miller, George 48,51 Moden, Carrie 48 Morey, James 48,184 O ' Brien, Clifford 84 Oliver, Bruce 80 Ormerod, Kenneth 80,110,115, 129,141 Peterson, Barrie 60,106,107, 129,141 Piepenbrink, Paul 84 Plumans. Leona 56 Proctor, Delmar 66 Rian, Richard 84 Richardville 90 Robbins, Carol 58 Rupp, Alan 56,57 Sawin, Leslie 60 Schneider, Howard 80,81,110, 141 Schwab, Arthur 56 Slabach, Marjorie 48 Sosenheimer, Agnes 48 Stavreti, Chris 81,116,117,121, 122,123,134,135,140,141 Stone, Carol 48 Surber, George 84,85 Sweeney, James 52,53 Thompson, Madeleine 48 Thrasher, Max 56,57 Todd, Marvin 84,85,136 Tom, Thomas 76,137,139 Walleen, Robert 81,125,127, 129,141 Walter, John 50 Weaver, Don 86 Weber, Janet 29,58,196 Weber, Lloyd 81 Whisler, Vicki 58,160 Whonsetler, Margaret 64,196 Wichern, Dana 48,49 Williams, Shirley 48,51 Wittenberg, Nathaniel 80,81 Yoquelet, Darlene 82,184 Zumwalt, David 68,69 Seniors Acheson, Christine 208 Adams, Mary 208 Alexander, Mary 208 Allen, William 106,208 Allison, Charles Amari, Donald 208 Amos, Elton 18,68,69,70,71,73, 208 Amstutz, Timothy Anderson, Stan 208 Antrim, Kathie 208 Archer, William Arkwright, Patricia 208 Arnett, Ruth 75 Arnold, Dennis 208 Ashlev, Kim 208 Aspy, Michael 49,71,208 Aughenbaugh, Denise 75,208 Babb, Cynthia 208 Babcock, Vicki Bacon, Roger 208 Bailey, Jesse 208 Bair, David 208 Ballinger, Patrick 208 Balogh, Frank 28,208 Balogh, Raymond 53,208 Bannister, Nancy 208 Bart hold. Daniel " 208 Bastress, Thomas 208 Bauer, Catherine 208 Baxter, James 68,69,208 Beck, James 208 Beck, Paul 208 Beer, Greg 108,116,117,121, 134,135,209 Beery, Randy 91,92,129,208 Beltz, Jess ,50,89,208 Berg, Andrew 208 Betties, Rowland 68,127,208 Bickley, Paul Bicknese, Lisa 56,208 Bienz, Douglas 117,121,208 Biggins, Paul 208 Biggs. James 208 Bilcer, Diane 208 Biller, Belinda 68,208 Bittner, James Blackhurst, Carl 208 Blott, Connie 208 Boileau, Maryse 208 Boles. Patrick 208 Boley, Vicki 29,208 Bomar, Roberta 99,208 Bonnett, Carin 208 Boone, Richard Borne, Gary 208 Bornkamp, Laura 208 Bosserman, Jan 208 Bowlin, Diane Bradley, Connie 208 Brady, Dana 208 Brady, Janet 208 Brewster, Lewis 208 Bridges, Meribeth 208 Brink, Gary 125,208 Brooks, Thomas 68,208 Brown, Barbara 208 Brown, Karen 208 Brown, Kenneth Bryan, Kathleen 208 Bryant, Richard 210 Buckhardt, Marilyn 210 Buckmaster, Rebecca 72,73,210 Burgener, Kenneth 52,210,243 Burlew, Charmaine 210 Butler, Daniel 25,27,66,67,72, 73,210 Butler, Vicki 210 Cain, Mary 210 Caple, Lisa 210 Carlisle, Curtis Carroll, Richard 210 Carroll, Robert Carlo, Michelle 210 Cartwright, Harold 210 Cashdollar, Karen 210 Casso, Leanne 72,73,210 Castleman, Mark 70,210 Cavinder, Marcia 210 Cavinder, Monica 210 Chaues, William 124,125,210 Christlieb, Victor Christopher, Michael 210 Christy, Mark Church, Janice Clark, James 210 Cohrs, Thomas 86,210 Cole, Kent Coleman, Patricia 69,75,210 Collins, Richard 32,73,73,210 Connell, Jim 210 Conner, Renee 210 Conner, Rick 210 Cook, Nancy 210 Craddock, Beverly 211 Craig, Reatha 211 Crocker, James 211 Crouse, James Croy, Ronald 211 Crull, Christine 25,72,73,211 Crumback, Jane 72,73,211 Cuellar, Consuelo Cullen, Michael 160,211 Dahlgren, Carol 211,211 Daler, Louis 211 Dangler, Douglas Daniels, Diane 211 Daniels, Robert 124,125,129,211 Darnall, Patricia 82,211 Davis, Douglas 211 Davis, James Davis, Lawrence 117,121 Dawson, Deborah 211 Deeds, Connie 211 Dekilas, Joan 211 Del Grosso, Lynne 66,67,142, 143,211 Derek, Douglas 211 Derrick, Ronald Derrow, Kathy 211 Diver, John 211 Dixon, Timothy 211 Domer, Tim 68,71,211 Drake, Gary 135,211 Dray, Lisa 211 Duggins, Becky 211 Dukin, Nina 211 Eachen, Deborah 211 Edwards, Janet 211 Edwards, Pamela 211 Edwards, Sharon 211 Egnor, Debra 212 Ehle, Thomas 212 Ehrman, Carey 118,119,121,212 Elick, Dennis 212 Ellenwood, Jeff 128,212 Enterline, Rocky 223 Evans, Sharon 212 Farlee, Sue 61,212 Feichter, Beth 72,212 Ferguson, Douglas Fike, David 212 Fisher, Robert 87,212 Flohr, Bruce 212 Fogle, Becky 212 Ford, Douglas 107,212 Fortney, Joseph 212 Foust, Karla 212 Fox, Michael 212 Franklin, Frances 212 Fredbloom, David 212 Freeman, Pamela 212 Friedlev, Beth 212 Fritsch, Michael 68,212 Frost, Janice 75,212 Fry, Deborah 212 Gaines, Fred Gaines, Joyce 213 Gardt, Karen 213 Gatzke, Klaus 213 Geise, Debra 25,72,213 Gerber, Stanley 213 Gerig, Randy 68,71,108,138,213 Gernhardt, Angela 52,213 Giant, Roc 213 Gibson, Jackie Goldner, Rebecca 213 Goodman, Kathy 213 Goshorn, Debra 213 Grabowski, Steven 213 Gray, Jama 213 Gray, Kathleen 213 Green, Mary 213 Griffith, Richard 53,68,69,71, 213,242 Grubb, Joseph 127,213 Grunewald, William 68,135,213 Guevara, Lucy 72,92,213 Hagar, Nanette 213 Haight, Janet Hall, Cynthia 68,213 Halter, " Jeffrey 29,207,213 Haltiner, Jeanette 213 Hamilton, Ezzie 213 Hanzel, Julie 213 Happel, Dennis 135 Harding, Christina 68,69,213 Harris, Stan 129,213 Harris, Susan 72,73,93,213 Hartman, Mike 72,73,213 Hartman, Sharon 213 Hatfield, Dennis 213 Haughey, Pamela Haupt, Dennis 213 Heck, Daniel Heckman, David 213 Helmkemp, John Hemmig, Melanie 214 Henline, Thurman 214 Henning, Dave Hepler, Albert 214 Hettinger, Pamela 214 Hill, Fannetta Hobrock, Mary 214 Hodgin, James 86,214 Holden, Richard 214 Holland, Sherrv 223 Holt, Joni 214 Hontz, Janet 214,240 Hood, Linda Horstman, Joseph 214,216 Hossler, Reba 214 Hossler, Roy Howard, Brant 214 Hubbard, Farrel 214 Huffine, Kristv 214 Hull, Richard 36,214 Hut ton, Barry Insley, Eleanor 72,73,214 Irving, Judy 214 Isaacs, Elizabeth 214 Isom, Sheryl 20,214 Itt, Jeanne 72,214 Jackson, Janis 32,214 Jackson, Robert 74,214 Jasinski, Judith 68,214 Jastrzemski, Kathleen 214 Jennings, Thomas 214 Jeppson, Thomas 56,125,126,214 Jesse, Cheryl 91,214 Johnson, Delbert 214 Johnson, Jennifer 20,29,72,73,214 Johnstonbaugh, Sandy 214 Jones, Gary 214 Johnson, Penny 214 Johnson, William 214 Jordan, Cynthia 214 Jordan, Laurietta 18,215 Jurczewsky, Sabrina 215 Just, Ronald 215 Karasek, Valerie 24,72,73,215 Keener, Pamela 215 Keller, Kathleen 215 Keller, Wanda Kennedy, Cynthia 215 Kennedy, Lawrence 68,110,114, 129,215 Kensill, Robert 124,125 Kessens, Chris 124 Kessler, Lynn 215 Key, Gayl ' a 215 Key, Sherry 215 King, Kevin 215 Klein, Donald 127,135,215 Klein, Robert 215 Kleopfer, Kimberly 32,63,91, 92,215 Kline, Thomas 138,215 Kneller, Sandra 215 Knight, Wid 110,120,129,215 Kovacs, Stephens 215 Kramer, Laura 215 Kreienbrink, Deborah 215 Krieg, Ann Kroemer, Gregory 72,73,215 Kudlicka, Kathleen Kudlicka, Nicholas Kuehnert, Roger 106,107,129,215 Kuntz, Garv 68,69,215 Kutsch, Thomas 68,69,71,215 Lachot, Ruth 29,215,238 Lacy, Esther 28,215 Lamb, Linda 72,73,215 Lamprecht, Lizette Lane, Gregory 215 Laster, Robert 216 Lauer, Lenita 216 Leinger, Brett 106,107,129,216 Lemmon, Vivian 216 Lesh, Jackei Levy, Kirk 138,216 Lichlyter, Allen 216 Lintjer, Bruce 216 LogsSon, Joclyn 216 Lohse, Joan 72,73,216 Longardner, Kathleen 75,216 Louthan, William Lowe, Bonnie 216 Ley, Kristy 216 Lynch, Bryan Lynch, Janice 75,216 Mace, Frank Mac Pherson, Debra 216 Magley, Richard 29,106,107,128, 129,216 Maier, Mark 216 Maloney, Donald 216 Malonev, Ronald 216 Mandos, Deborah 75,216 Mann, Deborah 28,80,216 Marks, David 216 Marks, Ronald 216 Martin, Calvin 216 Martin, Mary 217 Martin, Robin 68,69,71,217 Martindale, Allen 20,29,217 Mason, Clark 217 Mason, John 76,217 Mathews, Debra 217 McCann, Michael McCoy, Tony 217 McDaniel, Marysue 217 McGarv, Nancv 217 McGarv, Pat 217 McGraw, Nonna 137,217 McHenry, Randy McKeeman, Claudia 217 Meier, Jeffrey 217 Mellott, Susan Mero, Carl 129,217 Messenger, Sharon 217 Michels, Mary 217 Mihavics, Andrea 217 Miller, Debbie 72,217 Miller, Dennis 86,217 Miller, Mark 217 Mills, Randy 217 Mischo, Scott 217 Mizzele, Barbara 217 Mizzell, John Moeller, Jane 217 Mohler, Kimberly 217 Mailanen, Lila 217 Montooth, Deborah 217 Moore, Denise 27,72,73,217 Moore, Murphy 217 Morgan, Gary 218 Mowrv, Scott 56,218,238 Munk, Glenn 218 Murphy, Laurence 117,121,218 Murphv, Randv 86,218 Murphy, Rickie 68,218 Myers, Jeffrey 218 Nahrwald, Starr 24,32,37,72,73, 142,143,218 Neher, Rhonda 206,218 Newmon, Larry NichoUs, Maryanne 218 Nichols, Timothv 218 Nicodemus, George 129,218,241 Nietermeyer, Charles 218 Noehren, Kristine 218,238 Norris, Carol Nuxhall, Elaine 218 Ormiston, Zachery 86,87,125,218 Osborne, Rita 218 Overman, Dennis 218 Overmyer, Kurt 218 Parish, Sherilynn 75,218 Parker, Candace 218 Parker, Denese Parish, Emerson Patton, Ora Lee 60 Pepple, Jeffrey 218 Piepenbrink, Ann 68,69,70,218 Plasterer, Dawn 69,75,218 Poling, Debbie 218 Poor, Sue 72,73,218 Post, Kenneth 135,218 Potts, Wayne Preble, Nelson 86,218 Price, David 72,73,219 Pulse, Carol 219 Putt, Dean 87,117,121,219 Rademaker, Robert 69,219 Ranck, Toberta 68,85,219 Randall, Lynn 219 Ransom, Gladys 219 Reichert, Chad 68,69,71,219 Reinhart, Julia 219 Reinig, Keith 219,238 Reinking. Debra 219 Remington, Annette 219 Repka, Debra 219 Reynolds, Tina 219 Rhoades. Roxann 219 Richard, Nancy 85,219 Richard, Steven Richardson, Ted 219 RichardviUe, Ronald 189,219 Richeson, Rebecca 219 Rish, Katherine 219 Roach, Marv 66,67,129 Roberts, Ronald 219 Robicheaux, John Robinson, Keith 219 Roby, John 68,219 Rockhill, Gregory 219 Roderick, Judy 24,68,72,85,219 Roderick, Michael 24,69,72,219 Roembke, Timothy 220 Roller, Keith 220 Ross, Dirk Rowe, .Shelly Runkle, David 220 Rust Gretchen 69,72,73,220 Sadler, Lisa 220 Salter, Dovle 86,220 Sams, Beth 29,68,69,220 Sanders, Willei Savio, Kathrvn 220 Schaaf, Dentiis 220 Scharlach, Michael Schlatterback, Ben Schnepp, Kathy 68,69,80,220 Schultz, John 220 Scott, Debra 220 Scott, Karen 220 Seats, Larry Secheverell, Laurence 220 Seidel, Stephan Severence, Cindy 220 Seymour, Jeanne 220 Shaffer, Caren 220 Shannon, Evelyn 220 Shaw, Patricia 220 Shaw, Robert 220 Sherwood, Linda Shivelv, Mark 220 Shock, " Maria 29,207,220 Shaup, Al Shuran, Susan 220 Siemer, Christi 220 Silvers, Albert Simmons, David .52,136,240 Simons, Ronald Simpson, Norma 220 Skinner, James .53,114,206,220, 241 Skinner, Richard 220 Sloan, Belinda 220 Smedal, Patricia 220 Smith, Darlene 221 Smith, Deborah 221 Smith, Gregory Smith, Scott 24,72,73,221 Snyder, Jefferv 72,221 Snyder, Robert 69,221 Socha, Ted 221 Southern, Michael 221 Sparks, Pamela 72,221 Spieth, Mi ke 221 Stark, Judy Steckbeck, Cynthia 24.27.221 Stier, Blake 221 Stone, Julie 221 Stoops, Susan 72,221 Stopher, Kevin 221 Storms, Nancy 213,221 Stout. Jeffery 221 Straessle, Jeffrey 221 Stucky, Vicki 28.223 Stuckey, Phillip 68,221 Swartz, Bonita 221 Tagtmeyer, Michael 221 Tanesky, Diana 221,240 Tanesky, Donna 221,240 Taylor, Mary 211 Taylor, Priscilla 75,221 Tester, Terry 222 Thomas, Cynthia 222 Thomas, Diane Thomas. Richard Thompson, Robert 222 Tilburv, Deborah 29.36,222 Timbrook, Diane 222 Townsend, Joel 72.73,222 Treesh. Deborah 222 Tsetse. Pamela 222 Tumbleson. Stanley Turner. Dennis Twitchell, Kim 222 Usher. Teresa 222 Vachon, Carol 222 Vaughn, Douglas 222 Vaughn, Richard 106,222 Verhest, Melanie 75,222 Vidacs, Leslie Vining, Douglas 107,129,222 Vondran, Sandra 49,222 Wade, Melinda 222 Wagner, Dwight 222 Wagner, Shelly 72,222 Wahl, Shellev 1-37 Wakeland, Gary 222 Walker, Lvnn 69,222 Walker, Sandra 222 Wall, Lvndon 72.73,222 Wallace, Leeann 20,142,222 Warkentin, Jon 29.69.222 Warner, David 68,69,222 Warsco, Mark 20,72,73,222 Wass, Bruce Wasson, Martin 135,138,222 Weigele, Paula 222 Weiss. William 222 Weller. Jacquelin 222 Wells. Warren 69,72.73,222 White, Claudia 222 Whitt, Clodv 222 Whitt, Michael 20,116,117,118, 119,120,121 Widman, Laura 222,238 Wietfelot. Karen Wilkening, David 72,73,223 Williams, Steve Winebrenner, Monte Winkler, Kevin 223 Wiseman, Debra 223 Wiseman, Kathleen Wolfe, James Wolfe, Robert 223 Wong, Kurt 223 Wood, Jeff 72.223,238 Woodings, Robert Wright, Alphonzo 117,120,121,223 Wright, Bridgette 223 Yoder, David 223 Young. Kathleen 68,69,223 Yuhasz, David 223 Yurkanic, Steve 223 Zakrajsek, Kathy Zamora, Connie 223 Zbacnik, Edward 29,68,223 Zimmerman, Connie 223 Juniors Adams. Diane 198 Adams. Tina 63,198 Ake. Susan 198 Akers, Randv 198 Aldav. Kathrvn 198 Aldred. Lisa 75,198 Aldrich, Derrick 65,198 Allan, Debra 198 Allen. Jeffrey 198 Allen, Randv Altekruse, Gail 72,73,135,142, 143,198 Anders, Carol 84,198 . Andrews, Vicki 198 Anker, Steve 198 Anno, Mark 130,198 Arlic, Teresa 75,198 Arlic, Tina 75,198 Armstrong. Linda 69,72,73,198 Arnold, Kerry 75,198 Arrington. Fred 198 Babb, Carol 198 Baker. Kam 198 Ball. Robvn 198 Ballinger. Mark 198 Banks, Cora 198 Bannister. John 106.107.129,198 Barile. Susan 198 Barkley. Scott 198 Barnes. Pamela 198 Bauer. Garv 198 Bavne. Jav 68.198 Beahrs. Ann 68,198 Beck, Dennis 69,198 Beezlev, Kathie 198 Bell. Bethann 198 Bell. Charles 198 Below. Chris 198 Belschner. Renea 198 Berger, Linda 135,198 Berghorn, David 68,198 Bernardin, Lerov 198 Berrv, Michael 136 Berrv, Rick 198 Betz, Steven 68,69,72.73.198 Beverforden. Deborah 198 Bickley. John Bicknese. Chris 198 Biggins. Marv 198 Bill. Antony 198 Bissonnette. Joe 86 Blake. Ron Boester. Thomas 21.138,198 Boileau, Claude 198 Bojrab. Ernest 198 Bomar, Edwin 198 Bondarenko, Alexander Boone, Rockv Bornstein, Jeff 198 Borowiak, Frank 198 Bowers, Jan Bowser. Dennis 127.198 Bovce. William 198 Brelje, Jonathan 68,71,108,138, Brenner, James 72,114,129,138, 198 Bright, Trina Brooks, Carla 198 Brown, Debbie 198 Brown, James 130.131,198 Brown. Peter 69,198 Bryan, Len 68,198 Buechner, Bart 68,71,73.198 Bunner. Thomas 68,129,198 Burgener, Joan 198 Burke. Dennis 198 Burkhalter. Connie 198 Burkhart. Cindv 198 Burlage. Kathv 198 Bushing. Beckv 198 Butler, Doris 75,198 Bux, Cathv 142,199 Byrd, Esther 199 Campbell, Mendall 199 Carev, Jean Carroll, Steven 197 Carter, Marianne Cass, Pamela 75,199 Casso. Antony 107.122,199 Chapman, Charles Chamberlain, Regis 199 Chevillet, Debbie 196,199 Christman, Jeanette 75,199 Claypool, Dan 68,199 Clevenger, Jody 199 Cifford, Patricia Cochrane, Edward 65,199 Cocklin, Cvnthia 75,199 Collins, Debra 199 Collins, Lvdia 199 Combs, Charles 86,117,121,135, 199 Comparet, Mathew 68,199 Connin, Cindy 199 Cooper, Diane 199 Cornewell, Annette 68,199 Cox, Ronald Craft, Colin 199 Crall, James 76,135,199 Creek, Earl 199 Cupp, Doug 72,86,199 Cutler, Michael Daniels, Garv 76,199 Daub, Donald 68,71,86,199 Davis, Evelvn Davis, Jeff 199 Davis, Karen 53,72,199 Davis, Stephen 199 Dean, Teresa 199 Debolt, Jackie 78,79,199 Decamp, Thomas 72,73,199 DeCarlo, Steven 199 Deford, Sherri 199 Degitz, James 199 Dennis, Carl 199 Derrick, Frankve Dewitt, Pam 199 Dickmever, Lori 199 Didrick, 75,199 Dixon, Veeda 68,69,70,199 Dorman, Renetta 199 Dornbush, Robert 199 Doty, Sandra 199 Dressier, Connie 199 Drever, Catherine 69,199 Dreyfus. Alan 199 Driver, Dorian 199 Dyer, James 125,135,199 Dykhuizen, John Earnest, Dennis 199 Easterdav, Larry Eifrid, Jim 199 Ellis, Deborah 199 Endsley, Ronald 199 Ennis, Jennie 199 Enveart, David 199 Escosa, Carla 199 Escosa, Juanita Evans, Larry 77,199 Falk, Tara 199 Falkner, Melvin 199 Ferraro, Marianne 74,75,142, 196,199 Fike, Phillip 199 Fischer, Theresa 199 Fisher. Steve Fitts. Leanzie 199 Fitzwater. Theresa 199 Poland. Rebecca 199 Fowler. Mike 199 Fox. Ava 199 Fox. Paula 199 Francher. James 199 Fredrick. Mark 72,73,129,199 Freeman, Charlotte Freeman, Dorothy 199 Freeman, Howard Freeman, Ira 199 Fritsch, Judith 68,199 Fritz. Mark 199 Frost, Julia 75,199 Fuller, Stephen 200 Furr, Cheryl 200 Gach, Chris 200 Gadson, Carl 130.131,200 Gaines. Kathy 200 Gainev, Theresa 75,200 Gait, Edward 108,121,200 Gammons, Linda Ganey, Barbara 200 Garberich, Lisa 200 Gard, Tim 68,69,200 Gatchell, Marilyn 200 Geary, Timothy 200 Getts, Victor 107,129,200 Giant, Kathy 83,200 Gibson, Patricia 200 Giessler, Marcia Gilford, Yolanda 68,200 Gillespie, Lois 200 Gillingham, Marc Girvin, Stan 200 Glasgow, David 200 Glass, Mechele 196,200 Goneau, Lisa 200 Gordon, Bonnie 200 Gordon, Joni 200 Grames, Daniel 200 Gray, Gwendolyn 200 Green, Susan 74,75,196,200 Groves, Kevin 72,73,200 Guillaume, Kent 200 Guillory, Jacquelin GuUiksen, Gary 200 Gunder, Renee 200 Gunkel, Ruth 200 Gyimesy, Elizabeth 200 Haag, Rick 125,200 Hagar, Randy 200 Haines, Richard Hall. Bradley 107,200 Hall, Cvnthia 200 Hamilton, Edna 200 Hamilton, Michael 200 Hammer, Carol 49,68,200 Hargrave, Jeffrey 200 Harmeyer, Cheryl 68,200 Harmever, Neil 200 Harris, David 200 Harrison, Ben 200 Hart, Terry Harter, Debbie 200 Hartman, Sheryl 200 Hartwig, Gregory 201 Harvey, Mike 201 Harwood, Sandra 201 Hatch, Gary 201 Hatcher, Timothy 201 Hatfield, James 201 Haupt, Dale 201 Haynes, Rick 201 Heaton, Gary 130,131,201 Hecht, Herbert 201 Heffner, Robert 68,71,201 Heidelberger, Thomas Heller, Jeff 201 Henderson, Deborah 201 Hendricks, James 201 Henning, Dawn 201 Henry, Michael 106,107,127,129, 201 Heredia, Benjamin 201 Hetrick, Dennis 114,122,135,201 Heyn, Russell 201 High, Naola 201 Hiles, Susan 201 Hill, Maurice 68,201 Hill. Sara 201 Hindle, William 201 Hiner, Rebecca 201 Hobeck, Christina 201 Holdcher, Suzin 201 Horn, Jo 201 Hoskins, Michael 201 Houser, Greg 201 Howard, Steve 68,201 Huber, Sharon Huff, Nancy 137,201 Hull, Mark 129,201 Hunt, Margaret Hunt, Shelia 201 Hunter, Gary 129,201 Hunter, Mark Issacs, James 201 Ivy, Terry 129,201 Jackson, Karen 68,71,201 Jacobson. John 71,201 James, David 201 Jarrett, Robert 201 Jeffries, Denise 68,201 Jerome, Vicki 201 Jesse, Sue Joder, Darrell 201 Johnson, David 24,129,201 Johnson, Lois 201 Johnson, Steve 201 Johnston, Louis 201 Jones, Kathleen 201,239 Jones, Michael 201 Jordan. Walter 117,119,121,201 Judge, Jolina 201 Juergens, Julie 201 Kaluza, Robert 201 Kammer, David 201 Keenev, Terri 201 Keller; Karin 197,201 Kennedy, Debra 69,75,201 Kensil, Michael 201 Kerstetter, Susan 201 Kessens, Dianna 83,201 Kessler, Elizabeth 201 Kieler, Rickey 201 Kimes, Susan 75,201 King, Denise 62,201 King, Fred 201 Kiser, Lori 73,196,201 Klein, Kenneth 88,114,122,135, 196,201 Klein, Stevan 201 Klemke. Robert 72,201 Kline, Roy 107,129,201 Knapp, Phil Knee, Karen 201 Kneer, Julie 201 Knuth, Eugene 201 Koeing, Robert 202 Koomler, Randall 85,202 Kopecky, Frank 90,122,202 Kortenber, Anne 202 Kughler, Steven 202 Kyle, Vance 202 Lachot, Bruce Lane, Mark 202 Lano, Sandra 202 Lapsley, Janice 202 Larimore, Cathy 83,202 Laster, Dwight 202 Leininger, Debbie 202 Leininger, Kevin 202 Leist, Edward 202 Lepper, Gregory 202 Lesauski, Peter 202 Leslie, Richard Link, John 68,71,202 Linn, Malinda 202 Little, Kathy Lohrman, Mark 202 Lombard, Scott 130,202 Lott, Mark 202 Lowe, Brenda 202 Lusk, Bradford 202 Lussier, Mary 202 Lynch, Kevin 202 MacPherson, David 202 Madden, Thomas 116,117,118, 121,202 Maliszewski, Timothy 72,73,202 Maloney, Nick 202 Mapes, Robert Maraldo, Jon 86 Marchant, Michele Marks, Joseph Marquardt, Timothy 202 Marshall, Teresa Martin, Allan 130,131,202 Martin, William Martindale, Mark 125,202 Mason, Jill 202 Mast, Pam 202 Matter, Daniel Maupin, Joseph 127,202 Mazza, John 202 McClurg, Barry McCowan, Arthur 202 McDevitt, Steven 135,202 McDonald, Myrna 202 McKinney, Denese 202 Mee, Leslie 63,202 Melvin, Michael Mertz, Max 68,69,71,81,202 Mesing, Steve 202 Messenger, Dale 202 Mettert, Susan 75,196,202 Metzger, Arland 202 Meyers, Carla 202 Michels, Charles 202 Michalec, Julie 202 Miller, Ann 202 Miller, Joe 135,202 Miller, Keith Miller, Pamela 202 Miller, Paul 202 Miller, Steven Mills, Karen 202 Minser, Terry 129,202 Montooth, Karen 202 Moore, Cunthia 24,72,73,75,202 Moore, Hallie 202 Morgan, George Morgan, Kevin 202 Morgan, Matt 202 Mueller, Debbie 202 Mueller, Patricia 202 Muff, Michael 116,117,119,120, 121 Murdock, James 21,135,138,202 Murray, Steven 202 Myatt, Mary Nahrwold, Steve 202 Nash, Megan 59,90,142,202 Nelson, Earl 202 Nelson, Pamela 202 Nelson, Sharla Nemeth, Mark 202 Newman, Pamela 142,202 Newmon, Jaquelin 202 Newmun, Cynthia 68,203 Niccum, Thomas 203 Nichols, Christine 68,203 Niman. Phillip Norris, Steve 72,73,203,205 Norris, Dale 203 North, Robert 203 Nuxhall, Melissa 203 Offord, Terry 91,197,203 Ogg, William 69,203 Oren, Lex 81,203 Overmver, Karen 203 Overtoil, Kenneth 49,68,69,71,203 Owen, Susan 203 Parish, Richard 72 Parker, Jon 203 Parks, Sylvia 75,203 Partin, Debra 203 Partridge, Tobe 203 Patten, William 115,135,138,196, 203 Peavey, Sally 203 Petrillo, David Pfahlert, Kirk 72,73,203 Phillips, Barry 203 Phillips, Eddie Phillips, James 86,203 Pickard, Debbie 75,203 Pierce, Kellev 52,63,203 Fieri, Tim 68,69,130,203 Poindexter, Ruth Pollock, Stephen 203 Polston, Kim Porter, Edward Potts, Chervl 203 Potts, Randy 135,203 Powell, Cheryl 203 Prater, Tonya 74,75,203 Presslev, Stan 122,203 Prifogle, Julie 142,203,205 Purcell, Beverly 203 Putt, Neil 203 Rabbitt, Debbie 203 Ramirez, Sally 63,203 Ransom, Gloria Rasor, Michael 203 Ranch, Doanld 203 Reed, Thomas 129,203 Regenold, Cynthia Reinholt, Mitchel 203 Remke, Debby 75,203 Rennecker, Deborah 203 Resor, Eugene Rhea, Clarita 69,203 Richard, William 203 Ries, Rick 68,203 Riggs, Don 203 Rigsby, Jeff Riley, Terri 203 Robart, Mark 203 Roberts, Melinda 197,203 Roberts, Mike 129,203 Roberts, Ramona 75,203 Robertson, Debra Roby, Joann 68,203 Rockhill, Melissa 203 Rogers, Judy Roov, Cathy 203 Rosselot, James 114,138,203 Rowlands, Lois 21,203 Rupert, Theresa 203 Rutherford, Barbara 203 Rutledge, Byran 203 Ryan, James 203 Sanders, Bradley 203 Sanders, Clifford 203 Sarasien, Melinda 203 Sarasien, Richard 59,203 Scalf, Robert 21,59,68,203 Schaab, Donald 127,203 Scharlack, Rod Seheimann, Kirbv 49,86,203 Schmidt, Jim 203 Schmidt, Jeffrey 203 Schnieb, Kenneth 107,129,135, 203 Schultz, Denise 83,203 Scott, Rory 203 Scroggins, Vanessa 62,203 Seeley, Vicki 203 Sesslar, Pamela 204 Severine, Sara 57,204 Shaw, Pamela 61,204 Sheean, Maureen 88,204 Shepard, Dennis Shipley, John 204 Shuster, Tom 204 Simmons, Derba 204 Simpson, Dan 130,204 Singleton, Stephen Slickenmyer, Ned 130,131,204 Smead, Thomas 68,138,204 Smith, Deborah 204 Smith, Doris 204 Smith, Kim 93,204 Smith, Linda 204 Smith, Mark 204 Smith, Mickey 204 Smith, Sheryl 204 Smith, Patrick 204 Smith, Ramona Smith, Thomas 204 Snider, Dennis 204 Snvder, Jim 204 Snyder, Steve 127,196,204 Socha, Leaine 204 Sommer, Patricia 69,196,204 Southern, Julie 204 Sparks, Corey 204 Spencer, Eddie 204 Springer, Kim 127,204 Sproat, Kim 204 Stadelmayer, Rosi 72,73,204 Staley, John Stanberrv, Nancy 204 Stanek, Michael 204 Stanley, Cynthia 60,204 Stein, William 204 Stephens, Samuel 204 Stevens, Michael 72,73,204 Stewart, Patricia 204 Stone, Mary 204 Straessle, Robert Stratton, Jeffrey 18,24,72,73 Strong, Cvnthia 48,204 Suggs, Rita 204 Summers, Paul 204 Sumney, Bob 204 Suttle, Terra Swartz, Richard Swathwood, David 72,125,126 Sweeney, Kevin 204 Sweet, Marv Swenson, Allen 128,129,204 Taube, Jeffrey 204 Tennis, Renee 204 Thomas, Anna 204 Thomas, Stephanie 204 Thompson, Michael 204 Tielker, Steven 204 Tilbury, Pamela 204 Tom, Daniel 204 Toms, Catherine 72,204 Traxel, Darrell 204 Trischler, Vincent 204 Trowbridge, James 125,204 Tsakas, Bill 204 Tubbs, Roosevelt 129,204 Tupper, Robert 204 Turner, Charles Tuttle, Dorothey 204 Vanderholk, Timothy 204 Vangilder. Daniel 204 Vongorder, Karen 204 Vaughn, Deborah 204 Visick, Vicki 69,72,73,75,204 Voderman, Reginald 204 Vorndran, Vicki 72,74,204 Wade, Vickie 197,204 Wadewitz, Leonard 68,69,71, 204 Walker, Deloris Walker, Henrietta 68 Walker, Mark 204 Walker, Shirelv Wall, Kimm 205 Wallenstein, Kurt 205 Ware, Linda 68,205 Warkentin, Karlin 69,205 Warren, Gregory 205 Webster, William 205 Weeks, Debbie 205 Weick, Thomas 129,205 Weigel, Pamela 205 Weimer, Jodv 53,88,196,205 Weimer, Melinda 75,205 Weisman. Daniel 205 Welker. Cvnthia 205 Wetzel. Julie 60,80,205 White, Carl White, Dale Whitesides, Keith 68,69,71,205 Whitfield, Shirelv 205 Wilkerson, Cathy 87,196,205 Williams, Brenda 205 Williams. Carelton 205 Williams, Debra 69,69.205 Williams. Karen Williams. Lorraine 98.205 Williamson. Lola Wimbley. Oscar 205 Wimes. Harold 205 Winborn. Rita 205 VVinteregg. Mark 72.205 Wise. Julia 205 Witsaman, Cvnthia 205 Witte. Wendv 197.205 Wolfe. Glenn 53,205 Wolfe, Randv 205 Woodroof, Debbie 68,135,205 Woods. Joseph 205 Woods. William Wormblv, Terral 205 Wright. Kathie 72,75,135,142. 205 Wright. Wella Wynn. Debra 205 Wysong. Susan 205 Yaney, Gary 205 Yoder, Sarah 205 York. Shelia 205 Young, Mailyn 205 Zartman, Rickv Zell, Donald 205 Ziebart, Beth 205 Zook. Teresa 205 Sophomores Acheson, Pamela 186 Adams. Kathryn 74.186 Adams. Lydia 186 Ainslie, Roxanne Alleger. Richard 70.186 Allen. Chervl 186 Allen, Daniel 186 Amstutz, Dennis Anderson, Greg 186 Applegate, Laurel Argerbright, Lynn 186 Arkwright, Michael Armstrong, Timothv 74,186 Arnold. Neal 115.186 Arnold, RoseMarie 186 Arrington. Pearlie Ausbury, Kim 186 Bacon. Kip 186 Becktell, Timothv 186 Beer, Michael 186 Berrv, Cvnthia 186 Behling, Ronald 76,143,186 Baker, Rebecca 74,186 Bannister. Sue 74,186 Barnes, Nvoka 186 Bass, Daniel 186 Bastress, Todd 186 Baur, Gary 186 Beaman, Laura Beck, Denise 186 Bender, Pattv 79,99,186 Bercot, Debra 70.186 Berger, Daniel 70,186 Bienz. Richard 115,186 Bienz, Sandra 74.186 Biggs, Daniel 186,188 Biggs, William 115,129,186 Bilger, Scott 74,186 Bill, Kimberlv 186 Biller, Bonnie 70.186 Birdwell, Debra 74,186 Bishop, Debbie 143,186 Bishop, Ruth 186 Bishton, Debbie 186 Black, Olga 186 Black, Thomas 50,186 Blanks. Phvllis 70,186 Bliss, Denise 186 BoBay. Don 186 Boehme. MarvAnn Boester. Arthur 115,186 Banar, Kim Borne, Larry Boschet. Kathi Bowser, Jeffrey 186 Bowser, Wavne Bradlev, Scot 186 Brandt, Robert 186 Brase, Rene 186 Brink, Michael 93,186 Brookins, Kathleen 186 Bristol, Barbara 55,56 Brooks, Barbara 186 Brooks. Regina 186 Brown. Jovce 186 Brown. Nancy 70,186 Brudney, Andrea 74,186 Bruner, Laura 186 Brunson, Juliu 70,74,186 Bruot, Kimberlv 74,186 Brvan, Cvnthia 186 Bryan, Bobby 186 Buchmaster, Kevin 186 Bunch, Donna Burch. Dani 186 Burch. Michael 186 Burden. Joan 186 Burnett, Kathy 74,186 Burns, Carmen 187 Burroughs. Judy 187 Burtnett. Christine 186 Butler. Pamela 49,50,187 Boone, Helen Bricker. Eddie 186 Badger, Mark Bell, Billy 76,186 Bunn, Robin Calligan, Quentin Camhi, Jav 187 Campbell, Larrv 76,77,187 Garner. Ronald 187 Carroll, Pamela 187 Carter, Darlene 99,187 Castle, Randolph 187 Castleman, Dale 74,187 Chapman, Jennifer Choka, Christi 74,187 Christman, Theresa 187 Church, Gloria Church, Keith 187 Clark, Corinne 74,187 Clark. John 127.187 Clark. Terrv 129.187 Claypool, Tim 187 Coak, Greg 76 Cochran, Samuel 187 Coleman, Faith 74,187 Coleman, William 187 Collier, Cathy 187 Collins. Pamela 74,187 Collins, Ronnie 187 Combs, Bettv 187 Combs, Kathy 74,187 Comparet, Aimee 74,187 Comparet, Ann 187 Cooper, Timothv 70,187 Cox, Lauri 70,187 Craft, Tracey 187 Creues, Theresa Crocker, John 187 Grouse. Debbie 187 Crumback. Mary 187 Cuellan, John 187 Collen, CuUeen 187 Cupp, Jav 127,187 Cutter, Mike 187 Dance, Percy 187 Dangler, Kirk 187 Dangler, Mike 187 Daniels, Deborah 187 David, Greg 65,187 Davidson, Sue Davis, Jeri 187 Davis, Rebecca 70,187 Davis, Robert 187 Dawkins, Dwayne 187 DeBolt, Jerry 187 Deininger, Ken 187 Dekilas, Christine 187 Demarco, Florence 187 Demarco, Linda 65,187 Depew, Sherllvn 187 Derek, Mark 187 Derrow. Arthur 187 Dick. Cathv 50,187 Dicken, Deborah 187 Dickerhoof, Debbie 187 Ditzenberger, Kim 187 Dixie, Lorna 187 Dixon, Catherine 187 Doell, Lewis 74,187 Doughton, David 129,187 Douglas, Gordon 187 Dove, James 187 Drake, Thomas 98,107,131,187 Drinks, Maurice 121,122,123,187 Drouillard, Patrich 187 Duffy, Susan Dukin, Luba 187 Dunbar, Karen 143,187 Dunfer, Susan 188 Dunn, Kevin .36,188 Dunten, Dale 70,188 Easterdav, Donald 99 Eastom, Mark 86,188 Eckman. Chuck 70,188 Edwards, Trudy Edwards, Ulandra 188 Edwards, Willie 188 Eichorn, Lee 188 Elliott, Vickv Elkins, Brvce 115,188 Ellis, Mark 188 Elmer, Steve 69 Elsea, Michael 188 Elzey, Richard 76,123,188 Ervin, Timothy 188 Fair, Sharon 188 Falk, Lynda 65,188 Falkner. Suzan 188 Fallon, Mike 70,188 Farlon, Benny 74,188 Faulk, Renee 188 Faurote, Sandra 188 Fawley, Gary 188 Ferguson. Brian Fink, Garv 188 Fiare, Barbara 70,188 Firestine, Mark 115,188 Firestine, James 188 Fisher, Mark 49,188 Fleck, Karen 188 Fleetwood, Barrie 99,188 Follis, Kevin 188 Fortier, Guy 70,188 Foster, Johnnie Foust, Lisa 188 Fox, John 86,188 Fox, Patrick 188 Franklin, Elizabeth 188 Frappier, Jeffrey 188 Fraze. Ruth 70,74,188 Frazier, Karen 188 Fredbloom, Richard 188 Freeman, John 188 Freeman, Scott 188 Friedlev, Mark 188 Friend, Janneen 57,188 Fry, Desiree 188 Fulks, Linda Gage, Edwards 188 Gage, Laura 188 Gard, Cynthia 188 Gastineau. Pamela Gater, Michael 188 Goodland, Marianne 69,188 Gatke, Michele 188 Gillem, Kimberly Gaeglein, Lisa Galdern, Ronald Gompff, Beverlv Gordon, Patty 188 Graft, Garv 115,123,188 Graham, William 188 Green, Lucille 189 Green, Samuel 189 Gregg, Kevin 70,189 Greulach, Susan 65,189 Griffis, Janine 189 Grubb. Julei 189 Grzych, Tom 115,189 Gumpper, Kennenth 189 Gyimesy, Marianne 189 Hadlev, Robvn 185,189 Hall. Joe 189 Hamilton, Willeam 189 Hamilton, Llouella 189 Hamilton, Mark 189 Hammond. Dana 189 Hammer. Jean Hamrick. Paula 189 Hankey, James 189 Hardy, Sandra Harris, Francine 18 Harris, Jana 74,184,189 Harris, Rick 70,189 Harrison, Kanny 189 Hart. Bernice Harter, Lee 86,189 Harvev, Gregorv 189 Hassoun, Rebecca 70,86,189 Hatch, Gregorv 189 Hatfield, Jackie 189 Hathaway, Mike 189 Hazelwood. Nancy 189 Hegwood, Rosalind 189 Heiman, David Henderson. Deborah 57,75,75, 189 Hepler, Todd 189 Herrick. David 124,125 Hettinger, Diana 189 Hike, Tina 189 Hiles, Jav 189 Hill, Darla 70,189 Hazelwood, Cathv 189 Hill, Kathy 189 Hiner, Debbie 189 Hitzemann, Betty 189 Hixson, Gloria 74,189 Hobeck, Kim 127,189 Halle, Rebecca Home, Gayle 189 Houston, Glenn Hubbard, Robin 189 Hubbard, Linda Hubert, Timothv 129 Hudson, Bill 74, " l89 Huffman, Mark 74,189 Humphries, William 115,189 Hunt, Jerry 189 Hyndman, Kenneth 189 Hertwig, Susan Harter, Kenneth Ingol, Michelle 189 Jackson, Andrew 189 Jackson, Bob 189 Jackson, Marvin Jacquav. Teresa 189 Jasinski. Jay 70,189 Jennings, Debra 189 Joder, Chervl Johns, Diane 189 Johnson, Julie 73,74,189 Hoffman, Diane 49,70,74,143,189 Johns, Timothy Johnson, Karen 189 Johnson, Scott 189 Johnston, Sherryl 189 Jones, Sincerria Jordan, Diane 189 Kearns, Donise 189 Keith, Dean 190 Keller. Kittv 190 Kellev. Chuck 190 Kelley, David 190 Kelsaw, Eunice 190 Kelsww, Patricia Kelsaw, Sim 115,125,127,190 Kersev, Rodnev 115,190 Kessler, Joe 190 Kev, Richard 85,107,127,190 Kimes, David 190 King, Melody 190 King, Steven 190 Klein, Ron 190 Klemm, Michael 190 Kneer, Richard 125,126,190 Klepper, Denise 190 Knight, Lamoin 190 Knuth, Gloria 190 Kohls, Pauline 190 Klein, James 190 Knake, Douglas Kokosa, Ed 190 Kramer, Amv 190 Krebs, Lezlie 190 Kreienbrink, Cindy 190 Kudlicka, Emory Kuehnert, David 107,123,190 Kugler, Parris 190 Kyle, Joan 190 Ladow, Kim 74,190 Lafever, Beth Lambert, Cynthia 190 Lamm, Brvon Landolfi, Robert 69,190 Lane, Rebecca 190 Lawrence, Linda 70,190 Leech, Carl 115 Legler, David 84,127,190 Lehman, Lois 74,190 Lehman, Marv Lemma, Bradley 115,117,122, 123,190 Leech, Ralph 190 Logan, Ardella 190 Lohrman, Deniae 190 Louth, Richard 190 Luellen, Claudia 74,190 Lvnch, Anthony 70,86,185,190 Lyons, Connie 74,190 Laymon, Jeff Macdonald, Suzanne 143,190 Macy, Deborah 70,190 Madison, Brad 127 Magley, John 106,107,129,190 Maier, Michael 190 Manley, Thurman 190 Marshall, Mike 127,190 Martin, Denise Martin, Raney 190 Martin, Rosa 61,70,190 Mason, Debbie 74,190 Mason, Pamela 143,190 Mast, Randy 190 Matteson, Bradley 190 Matthews, Carolyn McClurg. Brian 190 McClymonds, Wendy 190 McCo ' mb, Mark 190 " McGary, Molly 74,190 McGraw, Jeff 129,190 McHenry, Jody 190 McKinney, Doug 190 McLaughlin, Christine 190 McMeans, Roanald 86 McNancy, Ronald Melvin, Laurene Mentzer, Beth 191 Mertz, Patty 19,68,69,70,191 Mettert, Rhonda 191 Metzger, Zeta 191 Meyers, John 191 Meyers, Sue 191 Middleton, Sandra 69.191 Miller, Kim Miller, Lucinda 191 Miller, Scott 191 Millhouse, Greg 191 Mills, Sandra 191 Minnick, Marie 191 Mitchell, Rose 191 Moeller, Dayid 191 Moore, Brenda 191 Moore, Frederica 188,191 Moore, Lavonda 18,191 Morreale, John 74,191 Mossburg, Dan 135,191 Mounsev, Brenda 191 Munk, David 191 Muterspaugh, Stan 191 Myers, Rosann 74,191 Nanna, Ketta 191 Nard, Deborah 191 Nelson, Terrie 70,191 Nemeth, Jim 25,115,191 Neuman, Joan 143,184,191 Nicodemus, Nancy 191 Nulson, Glen 191 " Oaks, Jeff 191 Offord, Donna 191 Offord, Lori 191 Olvey, Jan 191 Overman, Joni 191 Page, James 191 Page, Robert 191 Palmer, Travis 191 Parrish, Brenda 191 Parrish, Gregory 191 Partin, Brenda 74,191 Paterson, Kieth 191 Patton, Kathleen 191 Patton, Thomas 51,191 Paugh, Gary 70,191 Powell, Dorothy 191 Pea. Robert 19,128,191 Pearson, Denise 191 Pease, Deborah Pemberton, Julie 191 Pepple, Jeff 191 Pequignot, Christine 191 Perl, Amy 191 Perrine, Ruth 191 Peters, Gary 191 Petrie, Arlene 69,191 Phillips, Brenda Phillips, Marty 191 Pitcock, Cheryl Planck, Diane 191 Plasterer, Rex 69,191 Pallev, Melinda 191 Plaston, Debbie 74,191 Pond, Diane .54,191 Pond, Tina 191 Popplewell, Ronda 191 Porter, Don 74.191 Powell, John 11.5.191 Pratt, Linda 74,191 Putterbaugh, Charles 107 Pyle, Bonnie Radu. Mona 192 Rainey. Danny 115,192 Rautenkranz, Delicia 191 Ray. Dia Ray. Alden 192 Reed, Brian 62,192 Reinig, Kevin 192 Reiter, Duane Richard. Mike 192 Richards. Jeanie 184,192 Richardson, Kevin 192 Richards, Jeanie 192 Richardson, Kevin 192 Rider, Pamela 74,192 Rigdon, Molly Rile, Theresa 192 Rilev, Vicky 192 Roach, Phil 70,192 Robb, Ralph 192 Robert.son, Linda Rogan, Elton 115,123,192 Roller, Jackie 69,70,192 Roloff, Russell 54,192 Ross, Glena 143.192 Ross, Timothy Roth, Jonathon 192 Rowe, Pamela Rowle, Carrie Roy, Mary 192 Rund, Janis 192 Rundle. Trevor 192 Rupp, Mary 70,74,192 Rutherford, Mitzi Rydmon, Douglas Salter, Steve 192 Sanders, Stacev 192 Saylor, Denise 192 Schmidt, Kim 192 Schmitz, Gregg 192 Schael. Jeff 192 Schoenherr, Tina 192 Schumacker, Doug 70.192.192 Schurab. Kevin 70,115.192 Scott, Daniel 192 Sefton, Scott 115,184,192 Senter, Carol 192 Severine, Patty 192 Shaffer, Barb ' l92 Shaffer, Douglas 192 Shaw. William 192 Shelton. Larry 115.123,184,185, 192 Sheward, Jay Shivelv, Kelly 115,192 Sidweil, Lowell 192 Siegler, Ron 192 Silvers, Angela 192 Singh, Steve Sipe, Stephen 192 Skinner, Cheryl 192 Smedal, Mark Smith, James 192 Smith, LeRoy 115,123,192 Smith, Susan 74,192 Snyder, Cynthia 74,192 Simmerman, Daniel 189 Spencer, Michael 192 Speshyock, Tim 115.192 Spencer. Willie 123 St. Peters, Brenda 193 Stanek, Barry 74 Stapleton, Steven 130,193 Stauffer, Terry 193 Steeg, Carl 193 Steffey, Scott 74,193 Stemen. Steve 107,129,193 Stephens, Gwenevere 193 Stephens, Dave Stier, Penny 193 Stroud, Gwendolyn 193 Summervill, Bernard 193 Sutherland, David 193 Suttle, Michael 193 Sutton, Kirk 193 Swartz, Beht 193 Sziembiewicz, Steve 193 Taylor, Linda 74,193 Terlosky, Rose 74.193 Theriot, Gerard 193 Thiele, Diane 193 Thomas, Kimberly 193 Thomas, Marcia Thompson, Dale 193 Thompson, Donna 193 Thomson. Michael 115,193 Trainer, Dale 130,193 Trainer, Dean 193 Tubbs, Denise 70,193 Tumbleson, Connie 70,193 Tunin, Lusinda 193 Turner, Dan 185,193 Turner, Gwen 193 Usher, Cynthia 193 Vachon, Diane 193 Valentine, Scott 117,121,123,193 Vorderman, Steve 194 Waddell, Mary 194 Wagner. Bruce Walker. Freda 74.194 Walker. Sandi 68.194 Walters, Billy Wasson, Ron 115,194 Wattley, Kim Wearly, Jill 194 Weatherspoon, Tina 194 Webb, Kenneth 194 Wibber. Jerry 194 Weidemann. Tara 194 Welch, Gary 194 Welker, Gayle 194 Weller, Kimberly 194 Wells. Emelie 194 West, Phylis Wetzel, Maureen 70,194 Whisman, Curtis 194 White, Buckv 127,194 Whitesel. Kevin 86,87,194 Wicker, Ravma 194 Wickliffe, Larry 194 Widman, Susan 194 Wiederholt, Mona 194 Wiegmann, Ken 194 Wilcock, Lynn 194 Wildev. Jeifory 194 Wilhelm. Jelly 195 Wilkins, Darrell Wormbly, Carla 195 Williams, Leroy 195 Wilier, Lynn 86 Williams, Doris Williams, Rhonda Williams, Willie 195 Willing, Nancy 74,195 Wills. Jeffrey 195 Wills. Steve 195 Wilson. Susan 195 Wimbley, James 51,121.122.123. 129.195 Winebrenner, Mary 195 Wiseman. Mike 127.195 Witte. Amy 1.35.195 Wolfe, Ruth 195 Wolfe, Michael 58,195 WoUman, Jack 195 Wong, Keith 74,195 Woods, Michael 195 Wortha, Melvin 195 Wvlie, Kenneth 74,195 Wynn, Kim 195 Yaney, Karen 195 York, " Betty 74,195 York, Larry 195 Young, Julie 74,195 Zahm, Renee 195 Zeigler, Galen 195 Zigler, Eric 195 Zook, Scott 55,195 Winston, Brenda Creyaufmiller, Greg 187 Heredia, Daniel Lepper, Keith McEvoy, Tom Prince, Ronald Brooks, Gertude Grif£th, Douglass 189 Harkless, Richard Harter, Phillys Mitchell, Marcus Norris, Ricky Ramos, Ernest Ranson, Mary Schroth, Valerie Walker, Lovelace Stewart, Kathleen Williams, Larry Small items we encounter daily J line 1973 S2!iH • 1 i 5 6 ' ( !J ' 12 13 14 - 15 1 1 19 20 21 ■■ " 22 2 « - " 26 27 128 i 1 29 31 - r I NM- eventually remind us of the end The end in sight . . . Summer and Freedom! •« ml. . 11% ' " isf Sun rises, sun sets — — Year begins, year ends Sunsets are sort of weird. In a way, they are as unique as a year at Northrop High School. They are unique because each is the end and has a definite end but each also signals a new and an equally un- ique beginning. Sunset means that the old day is done, but also that a new day is coming. We have had some good beginnings this year at Northrop and it seems as itthe ' will grow into complete entities. Hut now at iherlt t ' of the school year they are gone. May your new lH ' i;iiiniii ; he as wonderfuland lull as the year that we are now ilosnii:


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