Riverside Brookfield High School - Rouser Yearbook (Riverside, IL)

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Harry C, lledberg. opportunitie l The Board under the able leadership of Dr. Anderson was faced with literally hundreds of proposals. The Board's pri mary considerations were related to thi building development program and thi problem of junior college affiliation. Pas sage ofthe 53.1 million building bong referendum in November, 1966 assure. R-B students of a more adequate physica plant. Preliminary work began with the r moval of trees and fences in Decembe Actual construction began at the beginning ofjanuary, 1968. The intent was to com plete the urgently needed biology-scienc: wing, industrialarts area, library, ant cafeteria by the fall of 1968. After the fal of 1968 internal renovation ofclassrooms offices, study halls, and auditorium wil begin with completion slated for Septem ber, 1969. The Board guided the junior Colleg- Citizens' Committee in determining whicl if any junior college district R-B shoulc attach itself to. The choices include: Col! lege of DuPage to the westg Triton Colleg. to the northg or, Morton junior Collegi to the east. Robert li, Bard. Air. Miles li. Cunat, Mr. lirnest F K' . ft A Q' ,, sf "fi: W' 1 . T? New , Q. ., swf? ' ,-F .t if , . K . Board reorganizes administrative staff R-B's administrative staffwas reorgan- The new position of Principal is as- Hufford replaces Thompson as Dt in of ized effective September I, 1967. The re- sumed by La Rue C. Thompson. The Boys. Clifford L. Herbst, Business 'Xian organization was an outgrowth of a uni- Board appointed William G. Mohrhusen agerg and Miss Edna Michael, Dem of versity survey team's study. 'as Administrative Assistant. David G. Girls, complete the administrative aides CLIFFORD I.. IIERBST , . . Business Manager . , . DAVID G. IIUl.'Ff,RD I U V Dean Oflgoys I I U lg-gl, HA., St. Ambrose Collegeg MS., University of lla MSA, nullstutc University' linois. lNIiSS EDNA A. INIICIIAICI ,... Dean of Girls . . . Director of Pupil Personnel . . . ILM., Cliiezigo-liuslr Conservatory of Musicg l3.S., MA., University of Illinois. WILLIAM GMOHRHUSEN . . . Adilrinistrzitiverls- LA RUE G. THOMPSON . . . Principal sistant , . . B.S., University of Wisconsing M,.-X., MA., University of Illinois. Northwestern University. Facult FIRST ROW: MR. MICHAEL L. AGIN . . . Science Department . . . B.S., Beloit Collegeg M.A., Loyola University . . . Sophomore Football Coach, Sophomore Wrestling Coach, Co-Sponsor Letterman's Club. MISS EDNA ANNETTE ANDERSON . . . Girls' Physical Educa- tion Department . . . B.S., Illinois State Universityg M.S., Western Illinois University . . . G.A.A. Co-Sponsor, G.A.A. Gymnastics Club Sponsor. MR. SHAUN KENDALL ARMOUR . . . Science Department . . . B.S., Ball State University . . . Varsity Gymnastics Coach, Fresh- man Class Sponsor. SECOND ROW: MRS. ANN ARMSTRONG . . . English Department . . . A.B., Rad- cliffe Collegeg M.A., University of Chicago. MR. NICHOLAS BALODIMAS . . . Driver's Education Department and Science Department . . . B.S., Eastern Illinois University . . . Freshman Football Assistant Coach,Varsity Wrestling AssistantCoach. MR. MARION S. BARAN . . . Science Department . . . B.S., Uni- versity of Illinoisg M.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Bios Logos Sponsor, Numeral Club Sponsor, Sophomore FootballAssistantCoach. Faculty relinquishes after-school hours THIRD ROW: MISS DORIS BARZYK . . . Girls' Physical Education Department . . . B.S.,Western Illinois University . . . G.A.A.Co-Sponsor,Sabrina Sponsor. MRS. SHARON BERNARD . . . Girls' Physical Education . . . B.S., Drake University . . . G.A.A. Co-Sponsor, Cheerleading Sponsor, Orchesis Sponsor. MRS. HELEN BERRY . . . English Department . . . B.A., Han- over Collegeg M.A., University of Chicago . . . Ushers' Club Spon- sor. FOURTH ROW: MRS. ERIKA C. BOEHM . . . English Department . . . B.A., North Central College . . . Ski Club Sponsor, Flying Club Sponsor. MRS. LUCILLE T. BOROWSKI . . . English Department . . . A.A., Morton junior Collegeg B.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Bridle and Saddle Club Sponsor, Sophomore Class Co-Sponsor. MR. GLENN L. BRANSON . . . Social Science Department Chair- l man . . . B.A., Millikin Universityg M.A., University of Illinois. 3 1 Q Huw.. -. .. 1 ,. . Mm., ig 4 S 2 fllzlvii ,A l x fe, xx . X J v F. P" 1.4.1 - Ri if x. .lvixx-N FIRST ROW: MR. DAVID H. BRIGGS . . . English Department Chairman . . . B.S., Southwest Missouri State, M.A., Northwestern . . . Speech Club Sponsor. MISS RUTH BROOM , . . Guidance Department ...I MR., Univer- sity of Illinois, M.A., University of Illinois. MR. WALTER K. BROWN . . . Industrial Arts Department . . . B.S. Northern Illinois University. SECOND ROXV: MR. RICHARD F. CALLAHAN . . . Driver's Education Department and Boy's Physical Education Department . . . ILS., Iowa State Un- iversity, M.ED., Xavier University . . . Varsity Football Line Coach, Freshman "A" Basketball Coach, l.etterman's Club Co-Sponsor. MRS. EDITH CAMPBELL. . . Library Department Chairman . . . BA., Des Moines University, MA., UniversityofDenver . . . Library League Sponsor. MR. EDWARD T. CLIFFORD . . . Foreign Language Department . . . BA., Valparaiso University . . . Spanish Club Sponsor. TlllRD ROIYZ MR. IRVING COHEN . . . English Department . . . R..-X., Indiana University, MA., Indiana University '... Director of School Plays, Masque and Wig Sponsor. MR. HAROLD COLLINS . . . Music Department . . . BA., Univer- sity ofllubuqueg M.A., University oflowa . . . Band Director. MR. RALPH DINGES . . . Mathematics Department . . . BA., Lewis College . . . Reno Weldd Club Sponsor. to sponsor extra-curricular activities FOURTH ROW: MR. FRANCIS T. DOMBROWSKI . . . Social Science Department . . . B.S., Northern Illinois University, M.S., Northern Illinois Uni- versity . . . Forum Club Co-Sponsor. MR. WARREN L. DUVAI ..., Guidance Department. . . B.E., Northern Illinois University, M.A., Northwestern. MRS. MARILYN DVORAK . . . Mathematics Department . . . BA., Mundelein College, lNl.A.T., Stanford University '... Beceus Spon- sor, Pup-ettes Sponsor. FIFTH ROW: MR. FREDERICK R. ELLINGTON . . . Communications Center Di- rector . . . ILA., Luther College, MA., University of Chicago. MRS. CHARLOTTE FAUTH . . . Business Education Department . . . B.S., New York State University . . . Office Occupations Club Sponsor. MR. MERVIN W. FEDDERSEN . . . English Department . . . B.A., Northern State Teachers College, MA., University of Nebraska . . . Press Relations Director. 4'2"-f D . FIRST ROW: MR. RICHARD O. FEE . . . Science Department . . . B.S., Western Illinois Universityg M.B.S., University of Colorado . . . Rifle Club Sponsor. MR. M. M. FICKAS . . . Business Education Department . . . BS., U Central Missouri Stateg M.S., Colorado State . . . A.F.S. Board of . . .,.,, ,I 'v'-: -I ---, ., :-: I Directors. MRS. MARTHA L. GABRYS . . . Business Education Department . . . B.A., Southern Illinois University. .5 ,...,AA V4 ,...v .QQ We Q ' 3 T SECOND ROW: MRS. TOULA T. GALLANIS . . . English Department . . . B.A., Au- gustana College . . . ROUSER Adviser. MR. PAUL H. GILBERT . . . Vocal Music Department . . . B.S., Northern Michigan Universityg M.M., University ofMichigan. MISS ELIZABETH GORDON . . . Mathematics Department . . . B.A., Mundelein College. Teachers displa patience, interest, and THIRD ROXV: MR. LEROY A. GREFFIN . . . Social Science Department . . . BS., Northern University . . . Chess Club Co-Sponsor. MRS. CAROL B. HALL . . . Guidance Department . . . BS., Uni- versity of Illinoisg M.A., DePaul Universityg Guidance Specialist Cer- tificate, Northwestern University. MR. DALE HALVERSON . . . Boy's Physical Education Depart- ment . . . B.A., Luther Collegeg M.ED., Springfield College . . . Life Guard Club Sponsor. FOURTH ROVV: MR. DALE WILLIAM HAMM . . . Mathematics Department . . . B.S., Western Illinois Universityg M.S., Western Illinois University. MISS GWENDOLYN HARRIS . . . Guidance Department . . . B.S., Illinois State Universityg M.A., Northwestern University. MRS. DAWN HELLER . . . Library Department ..,. -X .B., Carleton Collegeg M.A., Rosary College . . . Senior Class Sponsor, Ski Club Co-Sponsor . . . Library League Co-Sponsor, FIFTH ROVV: MISS JANE HEWITT . . . Business Education Department . . . B.ED., Illinois State Universityg M.B.A., Indiana University. MISS GERLINDE HILLIER . . . Foreign Language Department . . . B.A., Rosary College . . . Spanish Club Co-Sponsor. MR. EDGAR A. JENKINS . , . Industrial Arts Department . . . B.ED.,'Eastern Illinois Stateg M.A., Northwestern University. I FIRST ROW: MR. I.EWISJ.JENKINS . . . IndustriaI.XrtsDepartment . . . RED., Eastern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg M.ED., University of Illinois. MRS. STEPHANIE JEVEY . . . Ilolne Economies Department . . . RS., Ifniversity ol' Illinois, M.S., Colorado State College . . . Future Teachers ofilmeriea Sponsor. MR. JERRY KAHN . . . Mathematics Department . . . ILS., Illinois State L'niversity. SECOND RUXY: MR. JAMES P. KAVANAUGH, JR ..,. Industrial Arts Department . . . ILA., Western Illinois University . . . Frosh-Soph. Swimming Coach, Water Polo Coach. MRS. TREVA I.. KELLY . . . Ilome Economies Department Chair- man . . . ILE., Western Illinois Universityg M.E., Colorado State University. MR. DALE KETELSEN . . . lIoy's Physical Education Department . . . BA., Iowa State University, MS., Northern Illinois University . . . Sophomore Assistant Football Coach, Varsity JYrestIing Head Coach. encouragement in 6 , .g il l I qluuzu.. ..,,,.,, ,l uu the Classroom TIIIRD RUIV: MR. RICIIARD H. KIRTLEY . . . Mathematics Department and Data Processing , . . BS., Beloit Collegeg M.ED., Ohio State Uni- versity . . . Varsity Assistant Basketball Coach. MISS FRANZISKA KISSLING , . . Foreign Language Department . . . ILA., North Central College . . . International Relations Club Co-Sponsor. MISS JEAN C. KLEINDORFER . . . CirI's l'hysit'al Iitluealion De- partment . . . ILA., Purdue University . . . C..X..X. Co-Sponsor. I"Ul'R'l'II RUXY: MR. THOMAS KMIECIAK . . . Social Science Department . . . ILS.. North Central College, MA., Chicago State College . . . Yar- sity Ifootball Assistant Coach, Varsity Track Assistant Coach. MR. JOSEPH KONCIUS . . . Foreign Language Department Chair- man . . . ISA., I'niversity of Illinois, MA., University ol' Illinois . . . Russian Club Sponsor. MR. RICHARD M.KOTLAR . . . ArtDepartinent . . . IIA., Dellauw University '...l Junior Class Sponsor. FIl"'I'II RUIVZ MRS.JUDY LAKOSE . . . Businesslidueation Department . . . ILS., University of Illinois . . . From 9 to 5 Club Sponsor. MR. EUGENE LAULUNEN . . . English Department . . . RS., Un- iversity of Minnesotag M.A,, Northern Illinois I'niversity '... Yar- sity Cross Country Head Coach, Indoor and Outdoor Track Coaehg Roadrunners Club Sponsor, Cinderettes Co-Sponsor. MISS SHIRLEY LEWIS . . . Guidance Department . . . I3.S.. I'ni- versity of Illinoisg M.A., University of Michigan. Jfffka H ...He tp W , Mya MR. PESKO, Student Council Sponsor, happily displays his gift at the Faculty Christmas Party. Faculty offers profess FIRST ROW: MR. C. R. LOSSIN . . . Boy's Physical Education Department B.S., University of Dubuqueg M.S., Northern Illinois University Varsity Baseball Coach, Freshman Football Assistant Coach. MR. MERRILL C. LOTT . . . Science Department Chairman B.A., University ofChicagog M.A., Northwestern University. MR. ROBERT E. LUEBBEN . . . Mathematics Department . . . B.A., Augustana Collegeg M.S., State University of Iowa . . . Golf Coach. SECOND ROW: MISS PATRICIA MARTIN . . . ArtDepartment . . . B.A,,St.Mary's College . . . Art Club Co-Sponsor. MR. DONALD MCNALLY . . . Diversified Occupations . . . B.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Freshman Wrestling Coach. MR. BRUCE j. MERSON . . . Boy's Physical Education Depart- ment and Driver Education . . . B.S.,UniversityofIllinois . . . Fresh- man Football Coach, Varsity Swimming Coach. l MR. HUFFORD validates passes before classes begin. lonal gulclance FIRST ROW: MR. GEORGE NAPIER . . . Guidance Department . . . lS.PII., Illinois Wesleyan Universityg M.A., University of Illinois. MR. THOMAS NEWTON . . . Social Science Department . . . B.ED., Southern Illinois Universityg M..-X., George Peabody College. MR. RONALD E. NIKCEVICII . . . English Department . . . R.S., Western Illinois Universityg M.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Varsity Basketball llead Coach. SECOND RONY: MRS. JUDY NISS . . . Business Education Department . . . lI.S., Northern Illinois I'niversityg MA., University of Illinois . . . From egg ' " 9 to 5 Club Sponsor. MR. RICHARD LOUIS NORMAND . . . English Department . . . B.S,, Wisconsin State I'niversity '... Varsity Tennis Ilead Coach. MRS. MARYO'BRIEN . . . Foreign LanguageDepartment . . . RA., Rosary College . . . Pro Merito Club Sponsor. if 3 THIRD ROIV: MRS. CAROL P. O'TOOI.E . . . English and Foreign Language De- partment . . . BA., Northern Illinois University . . . R-R Majorettes Sponsor, German Club Co-Sponsor. MRS. SARAH R. PACKARD . . . Library Department . . . l3.Pll., University of Chieagog MA., University of Chicago . . . Library League Co-Sponsor, Paperback Bookstore Supervisor. MR. EUGENE ALLEN PATCHETT . . . Science Department , . . B.S., University of Illinoisg fXI.S., University of Michigan. to students who seek a higher education FOURTII ROW: MR. FRANCIS J. PERKINS . . . Athletic Director , . . ILS., Uni- versity of Dubuqueg M.A., University of Iowa . . . Rooster Club Sponsor. 'naw MR. CARL G. PESKO . . . Social Science Department . . . RA., Wheaton College . . . Student'Council Advisor, "It's Academic" Coach. MRS. CAROL PORTS . . . Foreign Language Department . . . R.A., Mount Union College . . . French Club Co-Sponsor. FI FTII ROW: MRS. CAROLYN REA . . , English Department . . . B.A'., Elmira College . . . Debate Team Coach. MR. B. GLENN RICHARDSON . . . English Department . . . B.A., Southern Illinois Universityg XLS., Univ ty oflllinois . . . Sopho- more Class Sponsor. L K m MRS FVFLYN C NDA L I e nomics Depa tment fi? ti I ,ff . UN' Wir TPSQVRVTVTSW . , . ILS., Ioya St Uni rsityg B ., Io S te Univ r ty . . , Sharclub ns ' Vp FIRST ROW: MR. MURRILL SANDERS . . . English Department . . . A.l5., Un- iversity of Illinois, M.A., Ilarvard University '... Free Lancers Spon- sor. MRS.SUE ELLEN SAVEREIDE . . . English Department . . . IIA., University ofNorthern Iowa . . . Clarion Adviser. MRS. PATRICIA SAWATZKY . . . Mathematics Department . . . ILS., Western Illinois University. SECOND ROXY: MISS CLAIRE LOUISE SCIIELLHASI-I . . . EnglishDepartment . . . ISA., Carnegie Institute ol'l'echnologyg MA.. New jersey State 'leach- ers College. MR. FREDERICK SMITH . . . Social ScienceDepartment . . . RA., University ofllhicago . . . Forum Co-Sponsor. MR. FLORIAN R. SMOCZYNSKI . . . Social Science Department . . . ISA., Western State College of Coloratlog MA., Western State College ofCoIorado . . . Freshman Football Assistant Coach. 'l'IlIRD ROXY: MR. XVARREN KEITH SHOOT . . . Business lfclucation Depart- ment .... LB., Wheaton Collegeg l,.I,.l3., I.'niversity ol' Michigan . . . Freshman Basketball Coach, Freshman liasehall Coach. MR. PAUL MATTIIEIS STEPIIAN . , , Cuiclance Department . . . IEA., North Central Collegeg MA., I'niversity ol' Illinois. MISS ESTHER C. STOCKDREIII-ZR . . . Foreign Language Depart- ment . . . BA., Augustana College . . . International Relations Club Co-Sponsor. . ...-r. . . ..,- . r-... ' of X Y' 'ft .. :eff R-Bas faculty of 106 skilled teachers lfOL'R'i'll ROIV: MR. JACK STVAN . . . Science Department . . . B.S., Northern II- linois Ulliversityg M.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Lighting Crew Sponsor, Frosh-Soph. Tennis Coach. MR. ARTHUR R. SWANSON . . . Social Science Department . . AIS., Augustana College . . . Chess Club Sponsor. MR. JAMES A. SWANSON . . . Mathematics Department . . . ILS., Western Illinois University, M.S., Western Illinois University . . . European Travel Director, Hobby Club Sponsor, Serclub Adviser, National llonor Society Adviser, NHS Faculty Committee Chairman. FIFTII ROW: MISS DOROTHY SYLLINC . . . Mathematics Department . . . B.S., University of Illinois, M.A., Rutgers University '... Sharclub Co- Sponsor. MISS ALICE KATHRYN TEUGH . . . Foreign Language Depart- ment. . . ILA., Western Michigan University, MA., University of Michigan . . . French Club Co-Sponsor. MRS. PHYLLIS TOOMIRE . . . IIonie Economics Department . . . I3.S., Southern Illinois Universityg M.S., Southern Illinois University . . . Future llomemakers of America Sponsor. -nn-aug, S-Q-BV FIRS'I' ROW: MRS. DOROTHY LEE TOPOI ,.,. Caleteria Director. . . ILS., lexus Women's University. MR. IIUGII D. TOWNSFND . . . Science Department . . . ILS., Iowa State University '.., Cross Country Assistant Coach, Indoor and Outdoor 'I'rack Assistant Coach. Cinderettes Co-Sponsor, Road- runner Co-Sponsor. MISS DONNA M. TRAPHAGEN . . . IinglishDepartment . . . ILS., University ol' Minnesota, M.A., University of Minnesota . . . Di- mensions Sponsor. SICCOND ROIYZ MR. ROBERT URASKX '... Art DepartmentChairman , . . Il..X.Ii.. School of Art Institute of Chicago, M,A.Ii,, School ofArt Institute of Chicago .... Xrt Club Co-Sponsor, Stage Crew Sponsor. MRS. ANASTASIA A. VACULA . . . Ilealth Department , . . RN., Saint Anthony de Padua Ilospital . . . Future Nurses of America Club Sponsor. MR. WILLIAM VANDEMERKT . . . I3oy's Physical Education Department . . . ILS., Western Illinois Universityg M.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Head Football Coach, I.etterman's Club Co- Sponsor, Morning Weight Program. 4 'I'IIIllD RONV: MR. WALLY WADINGTON . . . I3oy's Physical Fducation Depart- ment Chairman . . . B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, M.S., Uni- versity olllllinois . . . Frosh-Soph Coll'Coach. MR. RICHARD WARE , . . Mathematics Department . , . RA., Northern Universityoflowa . . . Frosh-Sophl5asketballCoacl1,Frosh- Soph Baseball Coach. MR. GEORGE WICSBEY . . . Science Department . . . B.A., August- ana College, M.S., Northern Illinois University . . . Director olfidult Education. inspire students to increase education FOUR'l'II ROXV: MR. WILFRIED O.G. WILKE . . . Foreign Language Department . . . I3.A., University of Berling M.A., University ol'Chicago . . , Ger- man Club Co-Sponsor. MISS MOLLY WILKENS . , . Girls' Physical lidueation Depart- ment Chairman . . . A.B., Monmouth College, M.S., Indiana Un- iversity '... CAA. Adviser. MR. MARVIN WOLBERG ..., -X rt and Foreign Language Depart- ment . . . Il.A.li., School of Art Institute of Chicago, M.E,A., Uni- versity ofChicago, M.A., Roosevelt University. FIF'I'II ROW: MR. RICHARD A. ZBOROWSKI . , . Mathematics Department Chairman , . . RA., Northwestern Universityg M.A.IiD., North- western Universityg M.A., Northwestern University. Min-A ADNIINISTRXTIOIN OFFICF SFCRFTARIFS Sl XII D HIM Illdllll Vlllf NDIXK Urs Xllmon B llllllllllxll' XI s Xxluu Xlxnud XIlbS licverlce Secretarlal mamtenance and Cafeterla Pl-RSONNFI OFFICF SFCRETARIFS Sl' X114 IJ NIr5 XI 1ry IXILKIIIBLII Nlrs BUSINFSS OFFICF SFCRFTARIFS Nllss Sh lron Xlclndhp Nlra Xrddl Wood- 1-Ami ' ' 7 "" i xl i I Y ' .1 X y I' V 1' .J Q u W 4 7 W if ,.,. ' - F 25- IQII 'Q ,I -'---' .2 1 - 5 Ea lk E Q A'.-Q ' i f . 4 . i w J 2 'f . . f . e M .. .T . - e M -- ' ' 1 5 U i O 'lil 9 ' .D I i I Wa, l 9 VD- fm 5, ,:.. E 2: M X -if 5 i K K ' - 'Q ,gg !-: 5: . - 1 Q- .9 .s Ag I 225, Wit s .. 'r:- L --,l ,,,.. 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'Le V: R . fr, K ky if A iq' , fi' We " imma 'kv' ,,f XV! bv- tw . if . an X . 'Lx . N X EB YM Sa-.N Student Life rf. f 'ai ,Mn 1 I W, yluiqx. J I 45 I- .iiwndfef UF? -.m'.f,f35?!- Ff'21f ' Zjffj gg, 53,41 N -"iv mf, iigu L.: 'mr-I'?'-5' ' f i I E331 , ..,, ,.,1 W mwww-A-W ws' 7. I -f ?Y?iEif1sWiw . W . J 3 EVEN MRS. Savereide enjoys reading the Clarion after a long, hectic: week. ,Wm SOPHOMORES NANCY Koca and Michael Kayse demonstrate a theorem in Geometry 10. SIZE MAKES no diflerence to these new freshmen who are busy getting acquainted. DEMONSTRATING HIS gprengih and skill, joe Boggio grins at his classmates below. 2 f ,fa A -I 1 ' i 1 g ? 2 Q if ' I , l ff .,-"M Q ji ,, F 3 2 Q2 Mixers ft Q i 4 ff 1 1 f f 5 . ' ATTENDANTS OF the Invitational court, Deborah Kubis and Gayle Crawley, look admiringly on Queen jean Kruger. Student life propels C68 in motion BIOLOGY, ENGLISH, world history, and language books open and close and papers rustle as freshmen and sophomores concentrate during atypical study rf IN THE lecture room, chemistry students begin work on assigned problems. hall period 2 nm., Q "',,f"' , Maxx-I 31 ON BERMUDA DAY, senior Sandra Held completes her art class assignment PAM KUDA exhibits excitement and amazement after the announcement that sh: by designing an album cover for il local band, has been elected 1967 Homecoming Queen. Homecoming weekend proves to be SENIOR BOYS display their unending school spirit by utilizing their time and energy to pull the Senior girls' float in the lloniccoming parade. -I v.,. ., . W .. 5 ,f -am 'tw mfg! 4 ' ' - .. i gi M W-Mueq ,i ,v.z , M ' Q 'H 1 1 5 f Q l it if - A , HOMECOMING QUEEN, Pamela Kuda, and her court, jocelyn Gunnar, Sandra Rumph, Mary Danukos and Lynn Frietag, reigned over the Homecoming fes- tivities. an exciting highlight of Fall activities Homecoming weekend, the most awaited and exciting event of the Fall season began with the traditional Friday night pep rally at the stadium. Centering its activities on the theme, R.B.B.C., the stadium became known as the coliseum, and on the night of the pep rally, the Phantom Brutus, Mr. Ware, made his appearance. As the evening progressed, rousing speeches were given by both athletes and coaches and the energetic cheerleaders led the student body in cheers. Performances by the Pupettes and Majorettes also helped to make this year's Homecoming pep rally a success. The crowning of the 1967-68 Homecoming Queen high- lighted an unforgettable evening. Saturday morning activities began bright and early when floats depicting ancient civilizations gathered at the school and then wound their way through neighboring communities. Saturday at noon, the stadium once again was filled, but this time to witness an exciting football game between the R-B Bullpups and the Glenbard Hilltoppers. After the Bullpups succeeded in defeating their op- ponents, it was time for the big game to begin between the Bulldogs and the Hilltoppers from Glen- bard. It was an exciting game, to say the least, as the Bulldogs came through in the final seconds of play to tie the game 14 to 14. An eventful and exciting Homecoming weekend came to a close all too soon with the traditional Saturday night dance in the gym. Sponsored by Student Council, R.B.B.C. has been one ofthe most successful Homecomings R-B has ever had. COUPLES AT the Homecoming dance pause between musical selections to discuss the day's events , with their friends. 33 YY AFTER DELIVERING an oral report, Marsha Gar- ELIZABETH HOLDING exclaims her disbelief at the disclosure that her son has been murdered. Stka pauses to Clarify some Ofits debatable aspects' The Unexpected Guest pays visit in Fall SERGEANT CADWALIADER records jarfs version of strange activities in his TRAGEDY OVERWHELMS members ofthe Cast ofthe Unexpected Guest. home. .-fxywf , SOPHOMORE JAMES Berousek proudly accepts his varsity letter from Coach Laulunen at the annual Fall Sports Award Night. DURING AN linglish test, junior jon Kostal stops to consider his answer, ww 4+-..s' AFTER FIFTY minutes of diligent study, an upperclassman takes a five minute break. A FAMILIAR SIGHT in the R-B parking lot is an assemblage of motorcycles. MILT HUBATKA carefully scrutinizes front page news articles in the Clarion rw ff. 35 1: 1 'Nm , f E Q ii i. ,.,.. 3 J 5 ,B VOLUNTEER WORKERS move packaged clothing to the weight stations during the final stages of Sharc1ub's Bundle Drive. IERRY SCHULTZ 'if- QLJZW. ' ,hifi .iz Bundle Drive aids needy families and Betty Kolba relax after lunch before hurrying to class. BOB CLARK checks the card catalog for books on his research paper topic COLORFUL BALLOON favors greet dance-goers as they begin "A Trip to Oz." The junior Class Dance, "A Trip to Oz," proved to be a merry occasion for SENIOR TOM Dandk is Crowned king of the Bundle couples as they informally walked the yellow brick road, clad in bermudas Drive and reigns over the unior Class Dance. and Sweaters. SENIOR MARK Matousek reviews his psychology, notes before an exam. MARLENE PASSERO and Craig Kerger Cast aside their inhibitions and dance up a storm at the junior class dance, "A 'l'rip to Ozf' fi Qrchesis revives the HRoaring 209539 FRINGED COSTUMES, frilly garters, and nervous exuberance describe the Charleston, presented as the opening number ofthe Orchesis performance "Flappers, ltlielcers, and Follies." REPRESENTAITVES OF R-B's band and choir pose for promotion of their candy sales to sponsor trips to the llolland, Michigan Tulip Festival and Choir concerts at Menominee, Michigan, and Marinette, Wis- Cousin. 1 DEVELOPING SKILL and practicing teamwork, senior boys compete in a fast-moving game of bas- kethall. MAKING AN important call for Clarion, Fran Kemp takes time from her Schoolday to call the publisher. J E1-or Council sponsors faculty Christmas party wit' MR. PESKO directs his psychology class in sm amulysis of clmracter traits. COUNCIIIS CHRISTMAS decorations give the main hall ll cheery atmosphere SUE IARZEMBSKI serves Dr. Anderson a cup of good cheer during Student Council's iilllllllll Faculty STUDENTS RUSH through the llll1CllllIlCgillllC1'lllg Christmas Party' last minute items to Complement their meals. -. and ,4 f ,ff J' 5.8 E DURING THE Christmas Dance, two couples admire a traditional scene Feathery decorations and soft subdued lighting put couples . attending the Christmas Dance in a festive holiday mood. En- .Jr tertainment was provided by the Serclub members singing carols. A FRESHMAN couple enjoys the festive atmosphere at the Christmas dance. R-B hosts 14th Annual Swim Invitational INVITATIONAL QUEEN Denise Sramek and attendants Karen Kasik and Betty Kolba hopefully anticipate awarding trophies to members of R-B's team. 0 ' fm ,i. qw. 4 i tw-rw, t W i ft. , A .A TRINC HIS free period, Mr. Luebben relaxes in the teachers' lounge. .4-I 5, k 5-141 H215 M j zzz.,-: V U Ms E ' . , .engagi n g . lEE TIME is quickly put to use as these freshmen begin their homework. ING THE facilities of the library, students diligently work on research papers. vi.- x U, "' XA: K -A 3 wwe. 'tr-XZ ,. ,., 3 , "x.,"3.C,..B,.f -C34 I 14? , ti gr ,. . . 1554 ,ef f 0 oh wg. .a..fw . ag 'N an -,.fM..,-Q-qwaqQ.rf .3 , ..sf4 'Xi-V i C If ' ' Yfu. ?:'3 03 A -if 2 EI Ze '2"7ffC5W5':f9' x , .. -ggiw Wg fl CX .Zu . .2-'..fmQ .2 A' .sf .J M,.H,f- V 4 : , 3-'M' . .' 125 -r.u,.L-t,,:x.9'mf t,M,,.L Wa.. V 1. 5.42, I. .1-V1 . 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'.-..,'55.,.,, 'f..A5'., S"vf.,A' ':"' l , '15-"fi, Q, ' bm, 51... ' :. ' . ' -a""i-all,-b. -' .... ya - H ,,-. - H ,.. ., , -,,,."x "t.,,'- f . . A E.. 9 .. SUE DANIELSON feeds peanuts to the "monkey " "At the Zoo." "At the Zoo" was the theme for the Frosh-Soph Dance. Upon entering the world ofthe zoo, dance-goers encountered students dressed as typical zoo animals. COUPLES SOCIALIZE and admire decorations at Frosh-Soph dance, "At the Zoo." x 3 I vb' fi tr My ,,' fx' ? N ,- S 4 ,li m,,.., TOM DANCIK and Cary Gruca auction off Pupettes Nancy Bednur and Cindy SENIOR SLAVES and their owners focus their attention on the basketball game. Krubel. Students eagerly bid for senior slaves SENIOR SLAVES enjoy some ofthe few freedoms they are allowed on the night of the slave auction. I A It FRESHMAN RUSSIAN student practices dialogues during class in order to perfect pronunciation. ALPHAET UI 1:1 ffm 1, ev L1 ,iz S xt, N NN N. N, IK IN, AFTER FOUR YEARS of training and practice at R-B, Roger was an all-around infielder and second baseman on the R-I3 baseball teams. BECAUSE OF OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS in various athletic fields, Roger was selected by the coaching staff as "Athlete ofthe Year." Roger Zeman voted athlete of the year SELECTED BY HIS TEAMMATES as the most valuable player on the 1966 FIRST IN THE DISTRICT and second in sectional competition, all West Subur- varsity football team, Roger was also elected co-captain and named to the all- ban Conference choice Roger Zeman had to be considered one of the top wrestlers conference team. in the state. li NILUU Wm JUNIOR AND senior couples dance at the junior Prom "Misty", R-B's last and most romantic social event ofthe year. The Junior-Senior Prom, Hlvlistyn, and DEBBIE MORAVIC, supported by her colorfully decorated crutches, enjoys Prom refreshments with her date's help. M. The eighth floor of the Sheraton Blackstone Hotel provided the per- fect romantic atmosphere forthe 1967 junior Prom, "Misty ". Long flowing formals and high buttoned tuxedoes were worn by junior and senior cou- ples at this long awaited event. A rollicking, fun-filled day at the dunes clirnaxed the weekend. The junior Class worked three years earning money with car washes and various activities including Ber- muda Day for the greatest social event of the year. For the class of 1967 graduation was a most memorable occasion. Climaxing four years of hard work, dedication and effort, commencementl services marked a turning point inl the lives of the graduating seniors.l Formally assembled for the last timel at the ceremony, class members lis-I tened to the inspiring words of the commencement addresses delivered by Mark Hoglund and Carol Furar. SRADUATING SENIORS solemnly walk into Dudley Gymnasium prior to baccalaureate services. EACH SENIOR contemplates the future during grad uation exercises. graduation climax the 1966-67 school year PHE DIPIDMA symbolizes four years of participation, studies, and activities. MARK HOGLUND delivers a graduation speech on behalf of his classmates. -fd kyawtatwt . Ae' Fw . I' Y 45 if , i 30 sk 4 Q it OFFICE ASSISTANTS--FRONT ROlY:Patricia Kite, Petranek. FOURTII ROXVZ Karen Sorensen, Paula Nancy Segin. SECOND ROW: Betty Kolba, Gail Bermann, Nancy Hahn. FIFTH ROW: Milton Hu- Setton, Beth Withers. THIRD ROW: Bruce Duval, batka, Robert Wrobel, Barbara Mylak, Laura Fa- Kathleen Jonas, janice Kubik, Carol Kandlik, jean gan, Paul Zahour. With the help of LIBRARY AIDES. NURSES AIDES, OFFICE ASSIS- TANTS and AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES. daily school business was conducted in a profitable and efficient manner. Library Aides took time out of theil regular schedule to offer their help in maintaining library services and facili- ties. Girls interested in the nursing field were given the opportunity to learn more about the profession through Nurses Aides. They became better acquainted with nursing procedures by assisting Mrs. Vacula in her daily duties. Office Assistants gained much experi- ence in efficient office techniques while offering invaluable service to the school. By delivering messages and running er- rands, they lessened the burden of re- sponsibilities ofthe administrative secre- taries. Under the direction of Mr. Ellingson, Audio-Visual Aides helped make class- room study more enjoyable by presenting films to supplement regular assignments. Students relinquish study periods LIBRARY AIDES--FRONT ROW: Co-Sponsor Mrs. Campbell, Vice-President judith Shibley, President 'Dianne Bonomo, Secretary jill Raleigh, Co-Sponsor Mrs. Heller, Mary Vacula. SECOND ROW: Mar- garita Rodriguez, Terry Kotek, Carol Pycha, Karen Berk, Cheryl Plaza, Barbara McCarthy, Nancy Malina. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Peary, Donna Vyhnanek, Suzanne Cidell, Meredith Hay, Sandra Rumph, Mary Fara, june DcMent, FOURTH ROW Phyllis Walker, janice Murphy, Sandra Reisser Ronald Brouwers, Kathleen Stevens, Nikki Wessel Christine Young. Yu? 1 ,M NYS , e 5 i iTUDENTS CHECK out magazines from the pe- iodical room for their research papers. O a S S IS t in S C AUDIO-VISUAL AID ES--FRONT ROW: james Vo- , ef "f""""v a-04"'0!v 1-:nv 1 R, , Vi . A A Y NURSES AIDES--FRONT ROW: Judy Suhr, Judith Charvat. SECOND ROW: Barbara Noland, M ary Vacula. hool business Hein, Charles Owen, Richard Old, Robert Bundas. BEFORE ISSUING equipment, Don Mukensnable and Torn Eisenmann cheek to see that is is oper- ational. sicky, Donald Mukensnable, Donald Matusek, Karen Levin, Arthur jaros, Robert Melka, Mark Bayner, Lawrence Danber. SECOND ROW: Allen Debraal, Paul Shimandle, Gary Perkins, Robert Heidrich, Thomas Stormer, Wayne Zawila, Richard THIRD ROW: Philip Grosshenrich, Dennis Burda, Michael Sullivan, David Denemark, john Bartunek, Anhur Tuma, Ross Howard, Thomas Eisenmann Richard Cregar, Donald Maresh, David Drska CHOIR--FRONT ROW: Sponsor Mr. Gilbert, Susan Gold, Elizabeth llolding, Sarah Olmstead, Laurel Helmboldt, Bonnie Kostka, Karen Kutska, Cheryl Miyake, Nancy Vanek, Deborah Kubis, Ellen Mi- chalek, ,lane Paige, jean joseph, Patricia Waitek, Linnea Berg, Victor Zabelka, SECOND ROW: ,lu- dith Boehnert, john Simon, Debra Vosecky, Linda Giammanco, Barbara Best, Richard Vyborny, Klon- ica Conti Rossini, Martha Haughton,CherriStevens, Susan Sitka, Cynthia Leslie, lleverly Petrovic, Pat- rick Colden, Nancy liednar, Christine Francis. TIIIRD ROW: l'aula Rich, .lean Kruegar, Valerie llunt, .Ianet Nlarousek, Nancy lfriedl, Kenneth Pra- zak, jessica Paul, Warren johnson, Xlark Smith, .Xllen Debraal, ,lean Vlk, Lenita Kiepura,planeklan- sen, Sarah Simon, Sherry Poulos, lilizabeth Slack. l"OT'R'l'll RONY: David lilmer, Susan llromek, Ron- ald Nemec, l.ynn Sordel, Kathleen liayle, Terry Notko, Barbara Zubak, Julie Sorenson, ,Iames Shil Denise Sramek, Richard Nlaly, Joanne Frank, St: phen Marcus, Susan Urasky, William Kiedaiscl ludith Kopeeky. l"ll"'l'll ROW: Susan Klisare, Nlicl ael Yaliga, Carry Wallace, Patil levin, John Gif secke, ,lohn Flowers, Frank Yydra, Gregory Sladel- Crant Schmitz, David Rieder, William Rauscher Paul Klecka, Theodore Steinbrecker, Thomas Sival- Randall Zarn, Christine johnson. ' Concert band receives award of The A CAPPELLA CHOIR, MIXED CHORUS, GIRL'S AND BOY'S GLEE CLUBS and the FROSH-SOPH CHORUS provided varied opportunities for anyone interested in vocal music. The Choir aided by the Mixed Chorus added to the holi- day spirit at the traditional Christmas concert. At their second concert, "Night of Song", they performed both classical and contemporary arrangements. During the year, they toured neighboring ele- mentary schools, and, traveled to Men- ominee, Michigan, and Marinette, Wis- consin. THE CONCERT BAND, under the direction of Mr. Collins, performed in many events throughout the year. After many days of practice, they played at the football games. The band participated in the State Street Christmas Parade for the second year, and presented a Christ- mas Concert to the student body. In the spring they hosted a spring concert and competed in the Holland- Tulip Festival. The PEP BAND lent musical entertain- ment to basketball games and pep as- semblies. THE MIXED ENSl'IMBl.E, composed ofmeinbers from choir, performs at special programs and charity benefits., BAND--FRONT ROW: Stephen Skypeck, Neil Keli- her, Susan Vrbsky, Lynnette llack, Timothy Hutch- eson, Wesley -Iaros, james llutcheson, Philip Cross- henrich, Ellen Chejlava, Kimberly Kuda, Kathleen jansky, Deborah llack, Curt Lambert, Philip Sira, james Domzalski, David Drska. SECOND ROW: Mr. Collins, Francine Nlusil, Roberta North, Mar- garet Kuta, Pamela Ratkovich, Lynn Neller, Carol Husiak, Deborah Paige, Barbara Barta, Victoria Zak, Sarah Simon, llenry Barta, james Ondeck, Fredrick, Fred Turek, Kenneth Vetrovec. THIRD ROW: james Brownold, Richard Downs, Alan Lin- hart, Mark johnson, jan Miller, janet Worazak, Marlene jindra, Christine Roman, Karen Levin, Ken Olson, Ililde Trieglatf, Ken Prazak, Bill Domansky, Rudolf Vrbsky. FOURTH ROW: Arthur jaros, Rog- er Iiruska, George Pobuda, Pamela Rowland, Kris- tine Kuchar, Thomas Peterson, Richard Simpson, James Mikowski, Warren Teteak, Bertrand Zanck, Stephen Bernhardt, David Meiner, George Koenig, Hexcellencen in state music c PEP BAND--FIRST ROW: Arthur jaros, William J Domansky, Alan glindra, Robert Rada, Richard Simpson, Thomas Peterson. SECOND ROW: Rich' ard Downs, ames Domzalski, Stephen Bernhardt, Kenneth Prazak, Alan Linhart, Robert Cherry TlIlRD ROW: james Mikowski, David Kleiner 1 Lawrence Slavicek, Jerry Michalek, Robert Pinc. FIFTH ROW: John Leslie, Michael Chejlava, joseph Doll, Edward Johnson, Robert Cepek, Richard Search, Charles Veprek, William Phillips, Paul Ko- cek, Roger Kuypers, Alan jindra, Robert Cherry, Thomas Seifert, james Hlavacek, David Held, Sue Heard. SIXTH ROW: Robert Lind, Robert Rimd- zius, John Simon, Iohn North, William Boggio, Rob- ert Rada, Kenneth Kaiser. Charles Veprek, Thomas Seifert, Robert Rimdzius, Ieff Phillips, john Simon. . t Seniors pursue independent study ,M f 553532 n , , mb 'TM' Q .. ::gg::z3gsaf .xgggvxggififggiigi Qigggjiti Sgigfiisiiiiiigiiiiiiigii --5 ff? ggi- 2:55323 .' r' x .vi . ' ,ff 2'',5iegf5igs!sgf!sfffe2g2asffiEe,' ' : 15513, V , ff :HQ e- is X4 creative arts, and vocational interests rf ' Y Q ..,, Ysltms, vpnasnrllvlld 'NM 1 Seniors arm N M ..f.m...,. Q53 Muzi? Q-1... -10... Q-M.. WW, A A ai 97 -.M H Seniors sQt, ....-mb.. MEMBERS OF the senior class show approval and surprise as candidates for Homecoming queen are announced at a fall pep rally. Senior activities, social events and As their final year at R-B came to a close, the class of 1968 found themselves hopefully choosing a vocation, and at the same time, reminiscing the pleasantmemo- ries of high school. Since the fall of 1964, they have continuously shown their en- thusiasm in school affairs. As freshmen, they experienced new methods oflearning and eagerly participated in many acti- vities. In their sophomore year, they all remembered the school calendar sale, Ber- muda Day, and driver education. Upon thinking of their junior year, they recalled the college tests, the Washington Trip, and American History. Their last year, however, proved to be the most unforget- table as they recalled constitution tests, homecoming, and the Prom. Anxiously awaiting graduation day, seniors were ready to face a future most important to them. Whether their plans were college, work, or marriage, they store in their minds those R-B happenings. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS--SEATED: President Gary Vacek. STANDING: Vice-President Wayne Lebl, Bus- iness Manager Sandra Rumph, Treasurer Thomas Dancik, Secretary Cindy Madeja. FIRST ROXY: KIMBERLY ACONATH DIANE ALBRECHT HOWARD LEEANDERSON . . . Baseball1,2,3,4,Fo0l- ball 1, Life Guard Club 3,4, Ietterman's Club 3,4, Nu- merals Club 2, Serclub 3,4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Water Polo 4. JOHN DANIEL ARIZZ1 SECOND ROW: SANDRA LEE BAKER . . . Officer Occupation,'l'reasur er 4. DENNIS STEPHAN BARAN SUE BARNES RONALD JAMES BASS THIRD ROW: LAURENCE BRETT BEADLE . . . Boys' Clee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Reno Weldd Club 3, Swimming 1.2. EDWARD BEDNAR , , . Boys' Glee Club 1, llridle and Saddle Club 2, l".ll.A. 4, Gymnastics 2, Reno Weldd Club 4. NANCY LEE BEDNAR . . . Choir 2,3,4, Class OlTicer, fir.-1 ,uw-Q Secretary 1,2, German Club 12,31 GAA. 1,2, Mixed Chorus 1, Pep Club 2, Pupettes 4, Student Council 2,3. ANDREW' BUTNER BERG . . . Football 1,2,3,4, llall Guard 2,3,4g Letterman's Club 3,4, Serclub 3, Chaplain 4, Track 1,2. other special projects set C68 in FoU1z'1'11 now. . 'ri KATHLEEN ANNE BERG . . . French Club 2, G.A.A. 5 3,4, G.A.A. Board 4, Girls' GleeClub 1, Library League H . 4, Orchesis 3, Treasurer, 4 President. V LINNEA ANN BERC . . . choir 3,4,c:.,x.,x. 1,233 Mix- " Z ed Chorus 1,2, Pupettes 3,4, Clioreograplier 4, Sabrina ji Swim Club 1,2,3. ' Q K ' MITCHELBERINCER PAUI.A EDITH BERMANN . . . lawns 21 czindmncs 'ii' 3,4, French Club 3, l".T..X. 2,31 German Club 1,2, GAA. 2,3,4, Life Guard Club 4, Orcliesis 4, Pep Club 2, Tennis 3,4. FIFTH ROW: STEPHEN A. BERNHARDT . . . Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1,2,3. DONALD JOSEPH BERRY . . . Ietterman's Club 3,4, Life Guard Club 4, Serclub 4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Water Polo 4. THOMAS W. BEZEK . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 2, Gymnastics 1, Student Council 1,2,3, Swimming 1. EDWARD STANLEY BIALAS, IR .... Serclub 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4. 4 Q 'WM , . D . , . fic if .. 1 -aw . ' 2 - 7-'73'zEi"'1f': W , FIRST ROW: CHARLENE LESLIE BINGHAM . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3. CYNTHIA ANN BISCHMAN . . . Girls GleeClubI,2,3. CRAIG CHARLES BLACK . . . Basketball 1,24 Football 1,2,3,4g Ietterman's Club 3,4-g Numerals Club 2, Track l,2,4. FRANK JOSEPH BLADA . . . Hall Guard 3g Serclub 4. SECOND ROVV: GLENN L. BODNAR . . . Barclay Award4gCrossCoun- try 2,3, Co-Captain 4g Letterman's Club 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4, Roadrunners 2,3,4, Co-President 4, Track 1,2,3,4. FREDERICK DANIEL BODY . . . Cross Country 2g Pro Merito l,2,3,4g Track 1,2. WILLIAM RICHARD BOGGIO . . . Band 1,2,3,4g Base- ball 1,2,4g Chess Club 1,2,3,4g Faculty Assistant 3,4g Football 4, Pep Band 1,2,3g Reno Weldd Club 3, Wrest- ling 4. DIANNE TERESE BONOMO . . . Faculty Assistant 2, Free Lancers 4g From 9 to 5 Club 3, F.H.A. 2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,3g Library League 3,4, President 4, Pep Club 2g Span- ish Club 23 Usher Club 4. Academically talented and athletically 4 si Qi tif I . , l t , , 9' as . W as QS Qi. ., fg waxi F lv 5' I. 5 3 .... Q -:Zi , is -2. tl , 'QQ s s ., .,,,, y . Q15 -I "f-fffg:.:..i THIRD ROW: JOSEPH C. BOSSE . . . Rifle Club 1,2. JOYCE BRADLEY THOMAS W. BRADY . . . Basketball lg Tennis 25 Wa- ter Polo 4. RICHARD RILEY BRAHAM . . . Business Office Assist- ant 2,3,4. FOURTH ROW: MARK PERRY BRANSON . . . Hall Guard 4. -IANET LEE BRIGHT . . . Transferred fromNeshaminy Senior High School, Langhorne, Pennsylvania 49 Spanish Club 4. PAUL BROMLEY ELISABETH MARY BROUWERS . . . Bios Logos 1,2, 4g Dimensions 2, Free Lancers 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,3g Li- brary League 4g Math Club lg Pep Club 2g State Science Fair Awards, Outstanding 1,2, First 3. FIFTH ROW: ROSEMARIE BURGESS . . . Faculty Assistant 25 Li- brary League 3, Press Relations 1. MARY KATHRYN BURRELL . . . Choir2gMixedChor- us 1. KATHLEEN ROSE CAHANIN . . . Art Club President 4, Bios Logos 25 Fr.-So. Chorus lg Colorguard 2,3,4g Faculty Assistant 3. GLENN GEORGE CAITHAMER . . . ClassOfficer,ViCe- President lg Football 1,2,3,4g letterman's Club 3,49 Nu- merals Club 2,-Serclub 3,49 Track 1,2,3,4. 'IRST ROW: ODY CAKORA 'RED F. CANNATARO . , , Baseball l,2,4. ULIE ANNE CARISON . . . French Club 1,2,3,4,Cirls' llee Club 1, International Relations Club 4, Mixed Chor- ts 2, Pep Club 2, Ski Club 4, Usher Club 3,4, llead .Isher 4. CATHLEEN ELLEN CARISON . , . Spanish Club I. SECON D ROW: IAROL ANN CASSIANI . . . Pep Club 2. IOBERT LEO CECCHI . . . Football I, Ilall Guard 4, Serclub 3,4. IHERYL LYNN CEPAK . . . Transferred from Morton East High School, Cicero, Illinois 3. KATHERINE JONNIE CHALUPA . . . Dimensions 4, nternational Relations Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Or- :hesis 4, Secretary 4, Pep Club 2, Russian Club 1,2,3,4, fice President 2, President 3, Treasurer 4, Ski Club 2. skilled seniors THIRD ROW: ANTHONY JOSEPH CHIAPETTA . . . Baseball I,2, 3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4 Co-captain, Football 1,2,3,4 Co- :aptain, All-Conference, Most Valuable Player, Letter- man's Club 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Numerals Club 2, P.E. Leaders 4, Serclub 3,4. IUDITH ALICE CHOBOT . . . Art Club 4, Secretary 4, Dimensions 1, French Club 2, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. CHERYL M. E. CHRASTEK . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3, 4 Treasurer, F.N.A. 1,2, Usher Club 3. THOMAS JAY CHRISTENSEN . . . Transferred from lohn Marshall Harlan High School, Chicago, Illinois 1, Basketball Manager 3,4, Bridle and Saddle Club 2, Clarion 4, Assistant Sports Editor 4, Pro Merito 1,2,3, 4 President 4. FOURTH ROW: LINDA FAYE CLARK . . . F.H.A. 3. PETER COLBURN CLARK . . . Hall Guard 3, Letter- man's Club 2,3,4, Life Guard Club 3,4 President 4, Numerals Club 1, P.E. Leaders 4, Serclub 3,4, Ski Club 2, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Water Polo 4. IOHN CLAUS ...' Transferred from Reavis High School, Oak Lawn, Illinois 3, Audio-Visual Aid 3. VIVIAN MARIE COLEMAN . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3,4, Girls Glee Club I,2, Library League 3, Mixed Chorus 3. FIFTH ROVV: RONALD CONNER MONICA ELISABETTA CONTI ROSSINI . . . Ameri- can Field Service Foreign Student from School for Kin- dergarten Teachers, Locarno, Switzerland,Choir4, C.A.A. 4, G.A.A. Board 4, Intemational Relations Club 4, Mas- que and Wig 4, Student Council 4. MICHAEL P. COONEY . . . Transferred from St.joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 2. JOSEPHINE COTRANO . . . Transferredfrom0urI,ady of Lourdes High School, Chicago, Illinois 2. ak , f merit scholarships ""'ls.., gt-WW -St 'ik aug' qgiig, shui ,---'A' 57 'lff FIRST RUVV: CHERYL ANNECURRIE . . . Beceus2gF.'I'.A.2gG,A.l Ig Library League 2,3g Mixed Chorus 1, Press Relatioi 4. ALAN LEROY DAHLGREN . . . CrossCountry1,'l'rac I, Wrestling 2,3,4. GEORGE VICTOR DAISON THOMAS JOHN DANCIK . . . Basketball 1,2,3,4g Bit Logos 1, Class Officer, Treasurer 3,4g Cross Country 2,3,4g Numerals Club 2, Roadrunners 2,3g Serclub 3,1 Student Council 3,4g Track I,2,3,4g Track Fr.-So. A Event Champion 2. SECON D ROW: l JANET MARIE DANEK . . . Faculty Assistant 3,1 French Club l,2g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Presidei 4g F.'l'.A, 4g Usher Club 3. MARY ANN DANUKOS . . . Cinderettes 3,4g Cro: Country Court 3, From 9 to 5 Club 3,4, Secretary 1 Homecoming Court 4, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club Track Court Queen 3. UMBERTO SALVATORE DAVI LISA LYNDA DAY . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 1, Fro 9 to 5 Club 3,4, YFIIIBD ROXVI JAMES ALLEN DEAL . . . Baseball lg Basketball 1,2 Golf2,3,4g Serclub 4, Ietterman's Club 4. PATRICIA DE GIROLAMO . . . From 9 to 5 Club 2,2 4, F.H.A. 4g Pep Club 2. JUNE EILEEN VON BEHREN DE MENT . . . Bridl and Saddle Club I,2, Library League 4, Ski Club 2,4 STEPHEN LUGE DENEMARK . . . Transferred froi Campion Jesuit High School, Prairie Du Chien, Wi: cousin 1, Forum 4, Ways and Means 4, German 3,4 Publicity Chairman 4, Reno Weldd Club 4, Rifle Clu 3,4. 114 seniors qualify as Illinois SENIOR BOYS display their sense ofhumor on their last Bermuda Day. 3355-33 ? me .31 , DAVE KANELOS and Cathy Chalupzt enjoy themselves at the junior dzmcc VIRST ROW: DAVID FRANK DENK DONALD JOSEPH DI LULLO ,.,' lranslerrcd lrom it. xloseph's lligh School. Westchester. lllinois fig liase- rall Manager 3.4g Chess Club 31 Football Manager 4g iwimming Manager 4. DAVID R. DOEMLAND ,,.' lranslcrred lrom Sterl- ng Morton West lligh School, Berwyn. Illinois 2. FHOMAS ALLEN DOLEZAL SECOND ROYV: KAREN NANCY DOMABYL. . .Clarion 4g Debate l'eam 3g French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4g F.'l'.A. 3g l.A.A. I,2,3,4g Pep Club 2. JORIAN MACDALENA DVORAK . . . Debate Team i,4g French Club 2,3. iUDITH ANN EDWIARDS . . . Front 9 to 5 Club f5,4g bep Club 2. XLAN NEIL EHLERS . . . Baseball I.2g Basketball I. THIRD ROW: RICHARD ANTHONY ENGEI,MANN.jR .... DONALD EUGENE ERICSON . . . Baseball 1.2.4. SHARON ELIZABETH EVANS .,.' l'ransl'erred from Proviso East lligh School. Xlaywood. Illinois I: Rand. Color guard 21 lleccus 2: Rios logos 1.2: International Relations Club 2g Nlasque and Wig 1.23.43 Student Director for Plays 2g Pro Xlerito 2.3: Reno Weldd Club 3. LAURAJEAN FAGAN . , . lleceus2.Treasurer2gC,A,A. 2,3,4g C.A..'X. Board 41 life Cuard Club 4g Office As- sistant 4g Orchesis 3,4g C..X..-X. Orchesis Representative 43 Usher Club 3,4. State Scholarship semi f FOURTH ROW: ANDREW A. FANDRE . . . Bios logos Ig Chess Club I,2g Debate Team 3,43 French Club 1,2,3,4gIIallGuard MARY URSULA FARA . . . Choir 2,3g Forum 4g French Club 1,23 Library league 43 Mixed Chorus Ig Pep Club 2g Press Relationj 4g Sabrina Swim Club 4. SARAH JANE FARLEY . . . Receus 23 Faculty Assistant 3,4g G,A.A. l,2,3,4g C.A.A. Board 3,4g Cirls' Clee Club Ig Life Guard Club 3,43 P,E. Leaders 3,4g Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 3,4g Ski Club 4g Student Council 2. DALE ROBERT FASH . . . letterman's Club 2,3,4g Ser- club 45 Track I,2,3,4. FIFTH RORV1 SCOTT ERIK FELIX . , . Football 1,2,3,4, All Con- ference Football 4, All State Honorable Mention 4g let- terman's Club 3,4g Numerals Club 1,2g P.E.'I.eaders 4g Serclub 3,4g Swimming 1,2,3. JEANIE GLADYS FERRY . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 2g Girls' Glee Club 25 Library League 3g Majorettes 2g Mixed Chorus 3g Spanish Club l,2. JAMES B. FILIP . . . Chess Club I,2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 2, President 3,4g j.E.T.S. 1,2. CHRISTINE FINA FIRST ROVV: MARCI-ANE B.FITZ . . . Transferredfrom TrinityHig School, River Forest, Illinois 3g Clarion 4, Feature ec tor 43 F.T.A. 33 Life Guard Club 4g Ski Club 43 Spani: Club 3. RAYMOND EDWIN FLECKLES . . . Chess Club 132, Football 13 Reno Weldd Club 3,43 Riile Club 1,23 Tenn 2,3343 Manager 2,3,4. SUSAN LESLIE FLEMING . . . Bios Logos 2g Brid and Saddle Club 1,2,3Q Pro Merito 2,3. PAMELA JO FRAIN . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3,43 Pt Club 2. SECOND ROYV: LYNN KRISTINE FREITAG . . . Cheerleaders 2,3,4 North American Gymnastics Court 33 Homecoming Cou: 4g Pep Club 23 Sharclub Senate 2,3,4Q Student Counc 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4. GERALD FRIZZELL . . . Football 1,2,33 Numerals Clu 23 P.E. Leaders 43 Track 1,23 Wrestling 1,2. GERALDINE FRIZZELL . . , From 9 to 5 Club 3. DAVID C. FROULA C . . Cl3SS of SCCS ITS C3HCllCl3.tC C1"OWl'lCCl . R tt: S THIRD ROW: .E 53 'Q' 3 KENNETH LOUIS GABEL . . . Vllrestling 1. lv ., GUY THOMAS GANGI . . . Hall Guard 43 Serclub 4 FRANK ANTHONY GASPARRO . . . Football 1,2,3,4 E Track 1,2,3,4, Most improved trackman 33 Numeral Club 23 I,e'tterman's Club 3,4. ANTHONY JOSEPH GASPERIC . . . Golf1,2,3,4. te .,.:, f '-"' - "fl firi F T A, FOURTH Row: l JILL R. GESCHKE . . . Faculty Assistant 33 From 9 t 5 Club 33 Office Assistant 33 Office Occupations 4, Sen retary 4g Pep Club 2. RENEE FRANCES GIALDINI . . . French Club 1,3,4 F.T.A. 2,3,43 Office Assistant 3,43 Orchesis 43 Pep Clu 2g Usher Club 4. LINDA MARLENE GIAMMANCO . . . Beceus 23 Choi 3,43 French Club 2,3,4Q G.A.A. I,2,3,43 Mixed Choru 1,23 Pep Club 23 Ski Club 4. NICHOLAS GEORGE GIANACAKOS FIFTH ROW: MARGARET ANN GIESECKE . . . Bridle and Saddl Club 2g Cindereites 3,43 German Club 2,3,43 Life Guan Club 4. ALLEN WILLIAM,GILL . . , Band 13 Bios Logos 2 I.E.T.S. Treasurer 33 Rifle Club 1,23 Tennis 1,2. TERRY LEE GILMER . . . Transferred from Glenbarc East High School, Lombard, Illinois 3. CHRISTINE MARIE CLUTTING . . . Beceus 2. FIRST ROW: SUSAN JANE GOLD . . . lieceus 2g Choir 2.41 GAA. 1,2,3,4g Life Guard Club 4: Mixed Chorus lg Office As- sistant 3g Pro Merito I,2,4g L'sher Club 3.4. KARIN RENEE GOTTSCIIALK .,.' l'rz111slerred from Argo Coinniunity lligh School, Sllllllllll. Illinois 2g lfrench Club 2,3g Mixed Chorus 2gOrcl1csis 4. DEBORAH JEAN GOUZIN . . . lfrench Club 2,3.4g F.T.A. I,2,3g G.A.A. I,2,3,41 Mixed flll0I'llS 1,23 Or- chesis 4g Pep Club 2g Usher Club 3.4. JOEL MICHAEL GREEN MAN SECOND ROW: MARY GRIESBACH GARY JOSEPH GRUCA . . . Cross Country Ig Golf I, 2,3,4g Ilall Guard 3g lEllEI'lIlZ1I'llS Club 4g Nuinerals Club 2g Serclub 3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 3g Student Council SQ Wrestling 2. RICHARD NIICHAEL GUERRIERO . . . lllI'ilIlSlff1'CKl from St. Joseph Iligh School, Westchester, Illinois 2. JOSETTE GUESS King Bum at the annual Bundle Drive THIRD ROW: INIARIAN JOCELYN GUNNAR , . . Cheerleaders 2,3.4g French Club I,2,3g G.A.A. I,2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 2,3,4g Hoinecoming Court 4g Life Guard Club 2.3,4g Mixed Chorus Ig Office Assistant 3g P.E. Leaders 3,4g Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 3g Student Council 2,3,4, Presi- dent 4g D.A.R. Good Citizen Award Winner. DEBORAH SUSAN HACK . . . lgillld1,2,3Qfll1CEI'lC21Ll- ers 2,3,4, Treasurer 4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Life Guard Club 3,4g Sabrina Swim Club 3,43 Student Council 2,3,4. JAMES HAHN . . . Football I,2g F.lI.A. 4g Track I. NANCY JO HAHN . . . French Club 2,3g G.A.A. I,2,3, 4g Office Assistant 3,4g P.E. leader 3,4. FOURTH ROW: JEANNETTE CAROLHAMILTON . . . lleceus2gMixed Chorus 1,2g Usher Club 3. WENDY JANE HARDING . . . F.H.A. 43 Library Lea- gue 4g Color Guard 2,3,4. TED E. HARMS . . . Ger111an Club 4. JOHN AIAN HARVEY . . . German Club 4g Math Cl11b Ig Amateur Radio Club 23 Russian Club 3. FIFTH ROW: DAVID MARSHALL HAUBENREISER . . . Faculty Assistant 3g Football 1,2,3g P.E. leader 4g Track 1,2g Wrestling 2. MARTHA JEAN HAUGHTON . . . Choir 3,4g F.N.A. Ig Mixed Chorus I,2g Ski Club 4g Spanish Club I,2,3, SANDRA JEAN HAVLIK . . . Forum 4g French Club I,2g G.A.A. 3,4g Girls' Glee Club Ig P.E. leader 3,4g Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 2,3,4. MEREDITH LYNN HAY . . . Cheerleaders 2,3,4, Sec- rdary 4g Faculty Assistant 2g F,N.A. Ig G.A.A. 2,3,4g Library League 3,45 Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 3,4g Spanish Club 2,3. FIRST ROVV: KENNETH MICHAEL HAYES . . . Basketball Ig F06 ball 1,2,3,4g Numerals Club 2g P.E. Leader 4g Serclt 4, Secretary 4g Letterman's Club 3,4g Tennis I,2,3. RONALD MICHAEL HEARLSTON . . . Cross Counti 3g Serclub 4g Track 2,3,4g Wrestling 2. STEVE HEINRICH DAVID M. HEJTMANEK . . . Baseball I,2g Footba Ig I.etterman's Club 3,43 P.E. Leader 4g Wrestling I,2,3, SECOND ROW: SANDRA MARIE HELD .... A rt Club 4g French Ch 29 International Relations Club 2,3,4. CAROL ELIZABETH HELLER . . . Clarion 4g Cermz Club I,3,4g G.A.A. I,2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 2,3,4, Poi Secretary 3, Vice President 4g P.E. leader 3,4g Stude Council 2,3,4. DAVID EDWARD HENDERSON . . . Pro Merito 2, 4g Reno Weldd Club 3. KENNETH JAMES HERLIEN . . . Boys' Glee Club Cross Country I,2,3,4g Letter1nan's Club 3,4g Numera Club 2g Pro Merito I,2,3g Roadrunners 2,3,4g Serclt 4g Tennis lg Track 2,3g Faculty Assistant 3. THIRD ROW: WILLIAM HINKENS . . . Bios Ingos 2,3, Treasur 3g Serclub 4. CAROL HLADIK ALAN PAUL HLADILEK . . . Cross Country 1,2g 1" rum I,2, Sergeant-at-Arms 2g Letterman's Club 2g Masq: and Wig 3,4g Roadrunners 2g Track 1,2. KENNETH RICHARD HOFRICHTER Senior students take charge of schoo SENIORS BILL Iapacek and jun Kucera focus their attention on solung sex eral difficult concepts presented in college algebra. RST ROW: SAN JEAN HOLFELD ...' Transferred from Amund- an High School, Chicago, Illinois 1, G.A.A. Gymnastics MTRICIA MARIE HOLY . . . Beceus 2, French Club ,2,3,4, From 9 to 5 Club 4, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, G.A.A. oard 2,4, Point Secretary 4, International Relations Club ,4, Life Guard Club 3,4, Olfice Assistant 3, Orchesis ,4, Choreographer 4, Pep Club 2, Rouser 2,4, Usher lub 3. IARY FRANCES HOWARD . . . Transferred from St. 'regory Iligh School, Chicago, Illinois 2, Choir 2,3,4, rom 9 to 5 Club 4, Pro Nlcrito 2,3,4. IMIL HRACH . . . Football l,3, Swimming 1,2. ECOND ROW: IOBERT A. HRYNKOW . . . Cross Country 3,4, Road' unners 3,4, Track 2,3,4. 'IILTON CHARLES HUBATKA . . . Band 1,2,3, Cam- ira Club 2, Gymnastics 3, Lighting Crew I, Model Air- lane Club 2, Office Assistant 4, Pep Band 1,2,3, Ama- :ur Radio Club 1, Rifle Club 2. HARCHIA LYNN HUDSON ...' Franslerred fromCol- nsville High School, Collinsville. Illinois 3, Flying Club O'HN STEPHANIIUMMEL . . . Baseball1,2,3,4,FootA wall 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Life luard Club 3,4, Vice President 4, Numerals Club I,2, lecretary-Treasurer 2, Serclub 3,4, President 4, Student louncil 1,2.3,4, Second Vice President 3, First Vice Pres- .ent 4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4. 'IIIRD ROXY: IARVEY JORDAN HUNT , . . German Club 3.4, Rille Ilub 2,3. IALERIE ANNE HUNT . . . Band I: Bridleaud Saddle llub l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 41 Choir 3.4, Color Quard 1,2,3,4, Girls' Gleefllub 1, Nlixed Chorus 2, Rille Ilub 1.2, Spanish Club I. ROBERT BRUCE HUTCHI-ZSON .... Xudio-Visual Aid , Swimming I. IHARLENE JOY JACOBS ...' Transferred from Lyons fownship Iligh School, Western Springs. Illinois 1, Girls' llee Club I. functions and 'OURTH ROXV: wIEIL ROGER JAROM . . . Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball ,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Ietterinan's Club 3,43 l'.I'l. leader -, Serclub 3,4. LRTHUR GEORGE JAROS, JR ....i Xudio-Visual Aid f,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Chess Club 3, Debate Team 4, Forum ,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, German Club 2,3,4, 'resident 4, J.E.T.S. 2,3, Secretary 3, Pep Band 3,4. ILAN GEORGE JINDRA . , , Band l,2,3,4, German flub I,2, Gymnastics 1, Pep Band 1,2,3,4, Director 4. JOHN JOSEPH JOHNSON . . . Baseball 1,2,3,4, Foot' Jall I,2, Wrestling 1,2,3. FIFTH ROXV: VIARTIN GEHLEN JOHNSON . . . Chess Club 2, F0- :um l,2,3, Secretary 3. SHARON JOHNSON WILLIAINI LEONARD JOHNSON . . . Baseball I,2,4, Niixed Chorus 1, Serclub 3,4. KATHLEEN GEORGIA JONAS . . . Faculty Assistant 4, International Relations Club 3,4, Library League 4, Pep Club 2, Ski Club 4, Spanish Club 1, Student Council 2,3,4, Usher Club 3,4. Capable S 'ang FIRST ROW: CLIFFORD JONES MICIIAELJUDKINS CYDNE KACER . . . Bios Logos 23 From 9 to 5 Clu 3: GAA. Gymnastics 3. KRISANNE ROBERTA KADLEC . . . French Club I 2: From 9 to 5 Club 4. SECOND ROXYZ KENNETH ANTIIUNY KAISER . . . lland l,2.3,4. SUSAN IRENE KAMBA . . . French Club 2,3,4, Yici President 43 Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3,43 Life Guar Club 43 Office Assistant 43 P.E. leader 3,43 Ifsher Clu 3,4. DAVID FRANK KANELOS . . . Cross Country 1,1 Masque and Wig 3,43 Serclub 3,43 Ski Club 43 Trac ALAN JUSEPII KAPP eniors capture state anc : :- ' lkrhfff . 22345 ' "' f "f .. 'E Ii I' 1 'gff faifi' 52:3 MQW. TIIIRIJ ROXY1 JAMES FRANCIS KARELA . . . Clarion 43 Dimension 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Forum 3,4, Secretary 43 Fre Lancers 43 It's Academic Team 43 Russian Club 4. KATIIY MARIE KARINIAN , . . Ileceus 23 German Clul 1.23 International Relations Club 2,3,4. Secretary 3, Vice President 41 I'sher Club 3. CHRISTINE ANN KARTJE , . , German Club 2,3 GAA. 2,33 Girls' Glee Club I3 Usher Club 3,4. KATIIRYN KASAL FOURTII ROIV: DIANAJEAN KASELAU . . . German Club I,2. KAREN ANN KASIK . . . Receus 23 French Club 1,2 From 9 to 5 Club 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. Board 3 Girls' Glee Club 13. Life Guard Club 3,43 Office Assistan 33 P.E. leader 3,43 Pep Club 23 Pupettes 43 Sabrina Swim Club 3,43 Swim Meet Court 4. RONALD CRAIG KASPER . , . Gymnastics 23 Masqui and Wig 3, Play 3g Rifle Club 1. ERNEST KASZA . . . Baseball 1,43 IIall Guard 43 Ser club 4. FI FTII ROW: JAMES KAZDA . . . Transferred from Iloly Cross Al bey, Canon City, Colorado 2. JOIIN C. KEITII ...' Transferred from Quigley Pr4 puralory Seminary South, Chicago, Illinois 23 Baseba 2. KEVIN JOHN KELIIIER , . , Rand 1,2,33 Gymnastic 1,2,33 Pep Rand 33 Serclub 3,43 Track 23 Wrestling ' FRANCES FULLERTON KEMP . . . Beceus 23 Clario 3,4, Copy Editor 3, Co-Editor 43 French Club 1,2,f G.A.A. 1,2,3.43 Girls' Glce Club I3 Life Guard Clubf 43 Pep Club 2. FIRST ROW: CYNTHIA LEE MADEJA . . . Class Officer, Secretary 3,-4, French Club 1,23 C.A.A. I,2g Pep Club Chairinan 2, Student Council 2,43 Usher Club 3,4, President 4. CARL MADSEN . . . Art Club 4, Vice President 4, Bios Logos I,2, Clarion 4, Masque and Wig 2,3,4, President 4g Play 3,4g Pep Club 2. NANCY BERNICE INIALINA . . . Front 9 to 5 Club 4, l".lI.A. I,2,3,4, Library League 4, Spanish Club I,2. JACQUIQLYN MANZI E SICCON D ROXY: RICHARD L. MARCANTONIO . . . Basketball Ig Fac- ulty Assistant 3,4g Track I,2. JANET LYNN MAROUSEK ...i X11 Club 4, Choir 3,4g Clarion 4, Photographer 4, French Club I,2,3,4g I".T.A. 2.3, Mixed Chorus I,2g Pep Club 2, Ifsher Club 4. RICHARD FRANK AIARQUETTE . . . Baseball I,2,4g Hall Guard 3, Track I. JANICE LYNN MARSICEK . . . Froin 9 to 5 Club 3, 43 l".H.A. Ig Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 4. to the responsibilities of Citizenship THIRD ROIY: NANCY LYNN MARTE . . , French Club I,3g Library League 2,3,4, STEPHEN MARTINEK . . . Transferred from St. Jo- seph High Sehool, Westchester, Illinois 2, Forum 3,4, Secretary 4. SOPHIA M. MASCHEK . . . I-'.H.A. I,2,3,4, Yice Presi- dent 3,4g Pep Club 2, Usher Club 3. DIANNE LYNN MASEK . . . Color Guard I,2,3, Sec- retary 3, Faculty Assistant 2, F.T.A. 2,3g Cerinan Club 3,43 C..-LA. 3,43 Girls' Clee Club Ig International Rela- tions Club 3,4g Orchesis 4g Press Relations I,2,3,4, As- sistant Editor 3, Editor 4. I"OU RTII ROIV: CHERYL MARIE MASTNY . . . F.T.A. l,2g Pep Club 2, Pupettes 3, JOSEPH INIATIAS DONALD SCOTT MATUSEK . . . Audio-VisualAid I, 2,3,4, Captain 4, Lighting Crew 3. BARRY SCOTT MAXWELL . . . Letternian's Club 3,4g Nuinerals Club I,2, Serclub 4, Student Council 4, Ten- nis I,2,3,4, Most Valuable Player Award in Tennis 2,3. Fll"'l'lI ROIY: JOAN INIAYER . . . C.A..X. 1,2, P.IC. Leader 3,4. NANCY ANN MC CABIQ . . . F.T.A. 2,3,4, Vice Pres- ident 4g Cirls' Glue Club Ig Pro Blerito 2,3,4. KEVIN MC CORMICK . . . Football Ig Masque and Wig 3,4g Riile Club 2g Serclub 4. JOHN INIORRIS INIC DONALD . . . Life Guard Club 4, Swiinining 2,3, Manager 3g Tennis I,2g Water Polo 4. l FI RST ROVV: JAMES EDWARD MC GACHEY . . . Transferred from Morton West High School, Berwyn, Illinois 2g Lighting Crew 3,4g Masque and Wig 3.4, Secretary 4g Track 2. STUART JOHN MC LEES . . . Baseball 1g Football 2g Track 1. ISMENE MEDENIS . . . Beceus 2g Clarion 3.4, Co- editor 4g French Club 1,2,3,4g C.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2g Usher Club 3.4. RONALD N. MEHL . . . Audio-Visual Aid Ig Cymnas- tics 3g Tennis 1. 2 SECOND ROW: PATTI MEIER EDWIARD ANTHONY MEINDI., JR .... Forum 1g Student Council 3. DEBORAH LYN MEYER . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 3g Color Guard 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1, President 2,3g Girls' Glee Club 1,23 Spanish Club 2.3. PETER MICEVIC THIRD ROXV: MARY MICHELS . . . Beceus 2g Pep Club 2. CAROL MILLER . . . French Club 2,3g F.T.A. 3,4g Ush- er Club 4. DEBORAH LYNN MILLER . . . German Club Ig Pep Club 2. CHERYL JEANNE MIYAKE . . . Beceus 2, Vice Pres- ident 23 Choir 3,4g Mixed Chorus 1,2. New athletic records and high academic VALERIE HUNT concentrates on accuracy in transcribing shorthand to typing. SENIOR BARB Kroll reflects on the merits olkan item in the Clarion. FIRST ROIVZ JOHN MOAKE CAROLYN MONACO . . .Bulldog 4g G.A,A. 2g Life Guard Club 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4. MICHAEL JEFFREY MONEKA ...' Transferred from St. Joseph lligh School, Westchester, Illinois 2. JOAN SHIRLEY MOOREHOUSE . . . Bios Logos Ig German Club 1,2,3g International Relations Club 2,3,4, 'Treasurer 4g Usher Club 3,4. SECOND RUIY: LINDA JOANN MOZEN . . . F.N.A. 2g Spanish Club 2,3. DEBORAH ANN MRAVIC . . . Beceus 2g From 9 to 5 Club 3,4g G.A.A. 2g Ski Club 4. KEITH MUKY GREGORY KEITH MULAC . . . Baseball 2,3,4g Swim- ming I,2,3. TIIIRD RUXV: BARBARA MULDER . . . German Club 2g GAA. 2,3, 4g Library League 3g Mixed Chorus lg Orchesis 3g P.E. Leader 3,4g Pep Club 23 Rouser 4g Usher Club 4, DENNIS ANTHONY MULLARKEY '...' Transferred from Quigley School South, Chicago, Illinois 3g Basket- ball3,4. PATRICK MURRAY ...' Transferred from St. Proco- pius Academy, Lisle, Illinois. BARBARA INIYLAK . . . Faculty Assistant 4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2g Russian Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3f Secretary 4. standards characterize the class of 68 FOURTH RUIV: JOSEPH STEVEN NAPOLITAN . . . Gymnastics 2g Masque and Wig 3g Track I,2,3g Wrestling I. EVELYN NELLI . . . F.T.A. 4g G.A.A. Ig Library League 4g Pep Club 2g Spanish Club 1. TERRY DON NERAD MARY LOUISE NICASTRO . , . Bridle and SaddleClub 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 3,4g Pro Merito 1,2,3,4. FIFTH ROW BARBARA D. NOLAND . . . Beceus 2g F.N.A. 3,4, Pres- ident 4g Library League 3g Nurse's Assistant 3,43 Spanish Club 2. TIMOTHY P. NOONAN , . . Baseball Ig Football 1. JACQUELINE LEE NOVAK . . . Flying Club 4g French Club 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 2g Life Guard Club 4. JERRY FRANK NOVAK ww WV I fs FIRST ROW: PAUL NOVIE . . . 'Transferred from St, joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 2, Football 4g Gymnastics 2, Ilall Guard 4, Serclub 3,4g Swimming 3. ROBERT OCASEK . . . Ilall Guard 3, Rifle Club 1 JACQUELINE PATRICIA OLEWINSKI . . , Bios Lo- gos 1,23 Bridle and Saddle Club 1,2g F.II.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A, 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. Gymnastics 3. SUSAN LINDA OLISAR . . . Band Ig G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2. SECOND ROXV: ROBERT A. OLSON . . . Basketball 1, Golf 1g Numerals Club 2, Serclub 4g Wrestling 2.3. ROBERT HENRY OMSON . . . Flying Club 4g Ilall Guard 4, Masque and Wig 1, Rifle Club 2,3g Tennis 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL JOHN ONDRESKY . . . Band Ig Serclub 4g Ski Club 4. EILEEN ANN O'TOOLE . . . Beceus 2, Secretary 2: French Club 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 2,3 4, Point Secretary 2, P.E. Leader 3,4, Pupettes 3,4, Sec retary-treasurer 4, Rouser 2, Sharclub Senate 2,3,4, Pres- ident4. THIRD ROW RONALD EDWARD PAGGIE . . . Transferred from St. joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 2g Rifle Club 2. DAN PANTONE MARLENE MARIE PASSERO . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3g G.A.A, 1,2. MARJORIE ELLEN PEARY . , , F.T.A. 2,3g German Club 1,2,3,4g Library Ieague 2,3,4g Pro Merito 3,4. Atmosphere grows tense as seniors FOURTH ROXVC PAMELA JANE PELC . . . From 9 to 5 Club 35 G.A.A. 1. MARCELIA JEAN PELLECRINI . . . Band lg Faculty Assistant 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3g Girls' Glee Club 1gOrchesis 4g Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 2. ELLEN MILDRED PEROUTKA . . . Cinderettes 3, F.T.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,,4g Life Guard Club 43 Sa- brina Swim Club 2,3,4, Ski Club 4, Spanish Club 1,2, 3,4. WAYNE EDWARD PESEK . . . Tennis 1,2,3,4. FIFTH ROYV: DIANNE ANDREE PETERSON . . . F.N.A, 3, Nurses Assistant 3. JEAN MARIE PETRANEK . . . German Club1,2gGirls' Glee Club 1,23 International Relations Club 3,4g Office Assistant 4. GARY DEAN PIGATTO . . . Football 1,2,3,4, West Sub. Conf, All Conference honorable mention, Numerals Club 2, P.E. Leader 4, Serclub 3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3. PAUL POLAK. . . Transferred from St. joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 1, Baseball 2, Wrestling 2, T"'si1t J 'U' AFTER BEING nominated lor llonieeoniing court by the senior boys. the live queen Candidates show obxious delight in their seleetion private College FIRST ROXY: LINDA SCE KENNETH .... Xrt Club 4. Rios Logos 2, Bridle and Saddle Club 1.2, Secretary 2: l"at'ulty As- sistant I,2, Free Lancers 4. Secretary 4: Pep Club 2. CRAIG PAUL KERGER . . . Basketball 1.2: German Club 1gSerclub 3.4: Tennis l,2. IVILLIAINI JOSEPH KIEIJAISCIIJR .... l3and1:Choir 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1. P.lC. Leader 4, Pep liand I, Press Relations 4, Student Couneil 3,43 Tennis I,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3,4. LENITA ANN KIEPURA . . . Choir 2,3,4, Aeeoinpan- ist 2,3,4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, G.A.A. Ig International Relations Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Aeeonipanist 1, P.lC. leader 3,4, Pep Club 2, Rouser 3, Ski Club 4, Usher Club 3,4. SECOND ROYV: PATRICIA R. KITE . . , lleceus 2, Cinderettes 3,4, Pub- licity Manager 4, lnvitiational Cross Country Court 3, Invitiational Cross Country Queen 3, C.A.A. I,2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 3,-1, Treasurer 3, Life Cuard Club 3.4, Mixed Chorus I,2g Nurse's Assistant 41 Olliee Assistant 4, Pep Club 2, Sabrina Swim Club 4, I'slier Club 3,4. KATHY KLAR JANIS LOUISE KIASEK . . . lieeeus 2, lfreneh Club 2, Prom 9 to 5 Club 31 Ski Club 4. LYNN MARIE KLEIN . . , Cinderettes 3,44 lfreneh Club 3g G.A,A. I,2,3,4g Lite Guard Club 41 P.li. Leader 3,4, TIIIRD ROIY: MICHAEL ALLEN KOBZAN . , . Baseball 1.2, Basket- ball 1,2,3,43 Faculty Assistant 2: Nunierals Club 25 P.l'I. Leader 4. NORINE ANNE KOCIARA . . . I".ll.A, 3,4 GEORGE R. KOENIG . . . Band 2,3.4. NEDRA SUZANNE KOEPKE . . . Beceus 2,Cinderettes 3,4, German Club 1,2g G.A.A. 2,3,4g G.A.A. Roard 3, International Relations Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Mixed Chorus 1,25 Orchesis 3,4g Rouser 3, 4, Photography Editor 43 Usher Club 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4. scholarships FIRST RUXV: WAYNEJOSEPII KOHOCTEK . . . Cross Country1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4, l,etternian's Club 3,4, Vice President 4, Numerals Club 1,2, Roadrunners 2.3,4, Publicity Manager 2, Co-President 4, Serclub 3,4, Track 1,2,3,4. LYNN MARIE KOLAR . . . Band 2,3, Beceus 2, Cer- man Club 2,3, C.A.A. l1,2,3,4, CAA. Cymnastics 3, International Relations Club 2,3, Orchesis 4, Usher Club 4. BETTY ANN KOLBA . . , Bridle and Saddle Club 1.2, Faculty Assistant 4, French Club 4, CAA. 1,2,3,4, C.A.A. Board 3,4, Lile Cuard Club 3,4, Majorettes 2, Pep Club 2, Pupettes 4, Spanish Club 1, Swim Meet Court 4. JAMES OSSIAN KOLLER . . . CliessClub1,2,3,4,Cross Country 1,2, Cerinan Club 3,43 Roadrunners 2, Student Council 4, Track 2. SECOND RUIY: JUDITH KOPECKY . . . Choir 2.3,4, From 9 to 5 Club 4, C.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, P.E. leader 3,4, Pcp Club 2, Pupettes 4, Spanish Club 1, Student Council 2,3. DAVID KORONKOWSKI SUSAN E. KOSAKOVVSKI . . . Beceus 2, Bridle and Saddle Club 2,3, Secretary 3, F.ll.A. 4, CAA. 1,2,3. 4, International Relations Club 2,3,4, 'Treasurer 3, l.i- brary League 3, Pep Club 2, Ski Club 4. PHILIP KOSIN ...' Pransllerred from St. Joseph lligh School, Westchester, Illinois 1, Baseball 2,3,4, llalliluard 4, Press Relations 4, Serclnb 3.4. Four years of study prepare seniors THIRD ROW: CARY R. KOSTUCK .,.. Xudio-Visual .Xid 2,3, Track 1. TERESE DIANE KOTEK , . . Bridle and Saddle Club 1,23 Dimensions 4, Library league 4, Masque and Wig 3,4, Office Assistant 3, Reno Weldd Club 3, Riile Club 1,2, Russian Club 1,2,3. ILA MAE JEAN KOUTSKY . . . F.'l'.A. 2, Pep Club 2. BONNIE PATRICIA KOVANIC . . . Beceus 2, Bios Logos 2, C.A..X. 1,2,3,4, GAA. Board 3, International Relations Club 4, Pep Club 2, Ski Club 4. FOURTII ROIYZ CAROLE ANN KOWALCZYK . . . French Club 2,3, F.T,A. 2,3,4, Orchesis 4, Usher Club 4, KAREN KOZELKA EDWIIN M. KOZOYED CAMILLE KRICENSKY . . . French Club 2, Interna- tional Relations Club 4. FIFTII ROXV: LORETTA JEAN KRIVANEK . . . Pro Merito 1,2,3. JAMES JOSEPH KRIZ . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 2,33 F.H.A. 4, Masque and Wig 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1,2, Reno Weldd Club 3, Swimming 1. BARBARA JEAN KROLL . . , F.II.A. 1, C.A.A. 1,2, International Relations Club 3,4, Pep Club 2, Russian Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Usher Club 3. CYNTHIA ANN KRUBEL . . . French Club 1,2, C.A.A. 2,3,4, Life Guard Club 4, P.E. Leader 3,4, Pep Club 2, Pupettes 4, Rouser 3, Sabrina Swim Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 4, Sharclub Senate 4, Student Council 2,3,4. FIRST ROW: FRANK KUBA . . . Rifle Club 4g Track 1. THOMAS MATTHEW KUBISTANT . . . Bios Logos lg Chess Club 2,3g Numerals Club 23 Tennis I,2,3,4. JAMES LOUIS KUCERA . . . Basketball 1,2,3g Bios Logos 2g P.E. Leader 4g Teimis 2g Track I. F. BRUCE KUDA . . . Masque and Wig 3,4g Ski Club 23 Swimming I,2,3.4. SECOND ROW: PAMEIA DIANE KUDA . . . Band Ig Cheerleaders 2, 3.4, Captain 2g Class Oflicer, Business Manager Ig G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g GAA. Board 2,3,4, President 4g North American Gymnastics Court 3g llomeeoming Court 4, Queen 49 Life Guard Club 3.4g P.E. Leader 3,4g Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 3,4g Student Council 2,3,4. SUSAN KUDRNA . . . From 9 to 5 Club 3. LYNN KUEHN . . . I ",' l'.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3gl.ibrary League 2g Pro Nlerito I.2.3,4. SUSAN LETTA KUI-IN . . . International Relations Club 3g Library League 3.4. to meet the varied demands of the future THIRD ROXYS LEE KENT KULLE . . . Life Guard Club 3,4, Head Boy Guard 4g Rifle Club 2g Swimming I,2,3,4g Tennis 3,43 Water Polo 4. JOHN STEVEN KUNCL . . . Football Ig Wrestling 1, 2.3. ROGER FRANK KUTZ DANIEL EDYVIN KUZNIAR . . . Football 1,2,3, Alan- ager 1,2,3g Forum 2g Gymnastics 1,2g Rifle Club 3. FOURTH ROXVZ LINDA INIARIE LAND MARY ELOISE LANGER . . . French Club I,2,3gG.A.A. 2,3,4g G.A.A. Board 3,4, Publicity Manager 4g Girls' Glee Club Ig P.E. leader 3,4g Pep Club 23 Pupettes 4g Rouser 33 Sabrina Swim Club llonorary Member 2,3g Sharelub Senate 3,4, Vice President 4. YVILLIAINI FRANK LAPACEK . . , Baseball 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1.2gP.E. Leader 4g Rifle Club 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA MARY LAURETO . . . Transferred from Trinity lligh School, River Forest, Illinois lg Bios Logos 4g Cinderettes 3,43 l-'rom 9to 5 Club 4g F.N,A. 4g G.A.A. 4g Nurse's Assistant 43 Pep Club 2g Ski Club 4g Spanish Club 2.3. FIl"l'll ROW: WAYNE M. LEBI .... Basketball 1,2g Class Oflicer, Vice President 2,3,4g Faculty Assistant 2. COLLEEN JUDITII LEE . . . Beceus 2g Bulldog 2,3g French Club I,2,3,4g G.A.A, 1,2,3,4g GAA. Board 3,4g Life Guard Club 4g P.E. leader 3,4g Pep Club 2g Pupettes 4g ski Club 4. MICHAEL JOHN LE GROS . . . German Club Ig Rifle Club 1,2,3, ROBERT ALAN LE GROS . . . Airplane Club 1,2g Gym- nastics 2g Serclub 4g Track 1.2. A FEW hectie minutes before morning classes afford senior students the time to socialize and finish daily assignments in a combined ellort. Covjt and sociology alert seniors ,pdfw l ss ., I 3 igbifiz 31577 ' FIRST RUYY: JOSEPII LEONE , . . Baseball lg Football I,2gXYrestling 1,2.3. PAUL ALAN LEVIN .... Xudio-Visual Aid 2.3, Choir 4, lforum l,2,3.41 Cerman Club 1.2.3,4. Treasurer 4g It's .Xcadeinic IlIC2lIl1 3.41 tlrcliestra 1, Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute Xlzitlieiiiatirs and Science .Xwurclg lfaeultv Assistant. I DONALD FRANK LISKA , . . Choir 2,33 Football 1, Mixed Chorus lg Serelub 4, Speech Club 4, Tennis I,2, MICHAEL RAYMOND LOHMANN . Translerred from Forest View lligli School, Arlington Ileights. Illinois 2, German Club 3,4g Pro Nlerito 2,3.4, Treasurer 4. SECOND ROW' FRANCIS JOSEPH LOPATA . . , Translerred from St. Proeopius Iligh School. Lisle, Illinois 4. VICKI LYNN LOIQKOTA . . . Bios Logos 2,3, Secre- tary 2g Bridle and Saddle Club 2g Ifrench Club 11 From 9 to 5 Club 3,4g C.A.A. 2, International Relations Club 2, Urchesis 3. JOHN K. LOWDEN . . . Football 12,33 IKE. Leader 4, Track l,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3.4. PATRICK LYNCH 'IIIIIRD ROXV: LINDA JOANN MAC DONALD . . . I-'lying Club 4, Secretary 4, French Club 1, From 9 to 5 Club 3,43 C.A.A. 2,3,4, Cymnastics 3,4. ffii m,iteti DALE LEWIS MACHACEK . . . Cerman Club 1,2,3,4g l'.E. Leader 4. GEORGE C. MACHT . . . Transferred from St. Joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 2. RICHARD JOSEPH MACKEN JR .... lfootball 1,2g ' Numerals Club 2, Serelub 4, Wrestling 1,2. 68 'II RST IIOXYZ IONALD SKIBINSKI ...' lvraiislerrccl lroni Holy 'rinity High School, Chicago, Illinois 2. IREGORY SLADEK .... Xttencled Lyons 'l'ow11sl1ip lligh School, Iiilflfilllglf Illinois cluringjunior yearg liuncl lg Choir 2,4g Mixed Chorus 1. RICHARD EDWARD SLAMP . . . Basketball1,2,3gl"ac- ,ilty Assistant 4g lfootball Ig llull Guard 4g Student Coun- :il l,2g Track 1.2. NANCY SLIVA . . . Rios Logos Ig lfuculty Assistant 2, 5g lfrcnch Club 1,2g l",'l'.A. 2,3,4, l'1'esitle11t 45 C.A.A. 1, 2,3,4, SECON D ROYY: TERRI SMAJEK ROBERT CHARLES SMETAK . . . Rios Logos 2gMt1tl1 Club Ig Rifle Club 2g Serclub 4, MICHAEL SALVADOR SODARO . . . Serclub 4g Swi111- ining I,2. DALE ALAN SODERHOLM to enroll in the nationjs universities THIRD' ROIV: GEORGE MIKE SOMER . . . Masque and Wig 2.3.4. KAREN ANNE SORENSEN . . . I'l1'Bl1Cl1 Club I.2,3,4g G.A.A. 3g Personnel Office Assistant 4. PAULETTE M. SORINI , . . From 9 to 5 Club 3.4, Presideiit 4g F.II,A. Ig Library Ieugue 4g Pep Club 2g Spanish Club 1. IANET MARIE SOUDERS . . , Masque Zilld Wig 4. FOURTH ROIV: DENISE JILL SRAMEK . , . Beceus2,President2gChoir 2,3,4g C.A.A. 1.23.43 C.A.A. Board 3,4g I.ileCuz1rd Club 3,43 Mixed Chorus Ig P.E. Leaders 3,4g I'upettes 3,4, Captain 43 Sabrina Swim Club 3.4g Swiin Meet Court 4,Q2llldZl1 4. DAVID WARREN STANLEY . . , Band 1,33 Masque and Wig 2,3g Russian Club 4. HARRY C. STEARNS III . . . Iiios Logos lg Faculty Assistant 1,2,3,4g Cerinau Club I,2g Hall Cuard 4 1 Rifle Club Ig Swiinniing I,2. TED CHARLES STEINBRECIIER . . . Choir 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus Ig Student Council 4g Tennis 1.2, FII"'l'II ROIY: SARL FRANK STERBA JR .... Basketball I,2,3,4g I'ro Nlerito 1,3g Serclub 4, DARLENE STERBA . . . French Club 2g I'lfOIl1 9 to 5 izlub 3,4. FJ11,-x. 1,2g c:..x.,x. 1,2g Pep Club 2. 'TEVEN STERBA HERRI STEVENS . . .Choir 4g Fr.-So. Chorus 2g lfaculty Assistant 1,2,3,4g I".II.A. Ig C.A.A. 13 Cirls' Qllee Club Ig Mixed Chorus 3g Pep Club 2. Nb. v' . if fl I S if E l"IRS'I' ROW: VICKI STEVENS . . . C.A.A. 1,2g Cirls' Clee Club BARBARA ANN STEVENSON . . . Faculty Assista 4, l".Il.A. 2, Nurses Assistants 3,43 Ski Club 4, Spani: Club 2. CANDACE LEE STEWART . . . Rios Logos 2: lfreiu Club 1,23 lfroin 9 to 5 Club 3, Masque and Wig 2.3, Vice President 4, Play 3,4 JOSEPH S. STOCKI, JR ....' Transfcrrecl ilroin Lyoi Township High School, Laflrange, Illinois 21lSaslcetbz 2, Serelub 3,4. SICCON D ROYV: STEPHEN EARLE STORM . . . ClieSsClub 1,25 lfrenc Club lg Letterman's Club 3,4, Life Cuard Club 3,4g Swir ming 2,3,4g Track 2, Water Polo 4. W INIINETTE STROHECKER . . . l"i'Om 9 to 5 Club 3, Vice President 4, I".N.A. lg Pep Club 2. PAUL MICHAEL STRUNC . , . Basketball I,2, Tenn 1,2.3.4. CATHERINE MARY TABARRACCI . . . l'ql'CIlCl1 Clt 2, liroin 9 to 5 Club 3.4, Pep Club 2. THIRD ROXV: WARREN A. TETEAK . . . Rand l,2,3,4, Pep Ran 1,23 TOBY LEE TOBIAS . . . Masque and Wig 3, Play f Ski Club 4, Tennis 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN TODHUNTER WILLIAM JOSEPH TOLSON ,..' Transferred from S Joseph High School, Westchester, Illinois 3. Seniors relinquish their freedom at the FOURTII ROXV: DEBORAH HALE TOMKINS . . . From 9 to 5 Clubf 4, Pep Club 2. JEFFREY JEROME TOPOL . . . Transferred front Mo ton West High School, Berwyn, Illinois 1, Band l,2,f Football 1,2g Pep Rand 2,3g Tennis 1,2. RICHARD GERALD TORRISON . . . Baseball I,2, Basketball 1,2g Football l,2,3,4, l,CiiCflIli1IllS Club 3, KENNETH TROUT FIFI'H ROW: J 1 EDWARD JOSEPH URBANEK . . . Bios Logos Ig Fat ' ulty Assistant 3, Gymnastics 4, Hall Guard 3, Rif Club 2, Serclub 3,4g Ski Club 4. CARY CAM VACEK ... . Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketbz 1,2,3,4, Rios Logos Ig Class Officer, President I,2,3,?l Football 1,2,3,4, Ietteriuaifs Club I,2,3,4g Numera Club 2, President 2g P.E. Leaders 4, Press Relations l Serclub 3,4g Student Council 1,2,3,4g Sons Amer. Revr lution Award Winner 4, MARY ANASTASIA VACUIA . . . F.N.A. 1,2,3,4, So- retary 2, Vice President 4, Library League 4, Spanis Club l,2. PAM VALENTINO FIRST ROW: AMES EDWARD VALSA . . . Choir2gFootballI,2,3,4g Ietterinan's Club 3,43 Mixed Chorus Ig Nuinerals Club 2g Serclub 3,-4, Yice President 33 Wrestling 1.2. SANDRA MARIE VANATA . . . From 9 to 5 Club 4g Library League 3. KENNETH ALLAN VETROVEC , . . Rand l,2.3,4g Drum Nlaior 4g Rios Logos Ig Cainera Club 3g Clarion 3,4, Photography Editor 4g Lile Cuard Club 4g Masque and Wig 2,3,4g Play 2g Pep Rand I,2g Speech Club 4. LINDA ANN VEVERKA , . . FacultyAssistant2gl".ll.A. 43k F.T.A. l.2,3,4g Cernian Club l,2. SECON D ROXY: IIENRY M. VICENIK II . . . Baseball 1gi"oothall2,3, 4g Rifle Club I. WILLIAM GEORGE VLCEK . . . Football2gLetterinan's Club 4g P.E. leaders 4g Wrestling I,2,3,4. DONNA MARIE VOGEL . . . Rios Logos 23 German Club 23 C.A.A. 1,2g Pupettes 3,4, Co-Captain 4. JOHN H. VOC'I '... Basketball 2g Cross Country 1,2g Nunierals Club 2g P.E. Leaders 4g Track 1. TIIIRD ROXY: CATIIERINE MARY YOLLER .... Xrt Club 4g Clarion 3.4, Art Editor 3,4g F.N.A. 2g Nurses Assistants 3 g Pep Club 2g Rouser 4g Spanish Club 3. XVILLIAM ARTHUR VOLLER . . . DONALD BRUCE VOLPE . . . Football I,2g Wrestling 1,2,3. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH VOSICKY . . , lfrench Club 2g Pro Nlerito Ig Pupettes 4: Ski Club 4g Student Council 1,2,3,4. annual slave auction held in March FO URTII ROXY: EVELYN RAE VOSS . . . Receus 2g French Club 1,2,4g Library League 3,4. IACK LEW VRANA NANCY BETII VYTISKA . . . Band Ig I ".' l'.A. 3g Cer- inan Club 23 International Relations Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 2g Rouser 3 ,4. GEORGE WAIN ER FIFTII ROW: PHYLLIS WALKER . . . Library League 3,4g Life Guard Club 3,4. PATRICIA ANN WAREHAM . . . Bridle and Saddle Club Ig International Relations Club 2g Library League 3g Orchesis 3, Vice President 33 Pep Club 2g Pro Merito 1,2,3, Secretary 3. SHARON INIARIA YNAUCH . . . C.A.A. 1,2.3,4g Inter- national Relations Club 3,4g Pro Merito 1,2. THOMAS WEAVER 21 I wg if 1 W FIRST ROW: 35 25 DIANE MARY WEBER . . . Rand 1,2g French Club1,4 -fx" I".II.A. 4g Pro Merito 3. ROBERT WEIDER ' l 5' LORETTA WEIRAUC H L ' ROBERT-I. wiziscn . . . Chess Club i,2,3,4, vicciffef ' , f iclent 3,4g Football 4, Manager and 'Trainer 4g Germa' Club l,2,3,4g kI,E.'I'.S. 2,3, Vice Presiclent 3g Reno Weld. Club 3, f 'L 7 ,F -gy, 'Ze 5 "I-hh, 'r er ,M Y I Q if if - X we t T" Hz? ,v"Xi?ii ,..... . f .:.:?.- -H: , ....,.. . ,I ,Z ga M Z: r M if Four Q15 R .X I t 'X X 5 Qt I l I SECOND ROXY: NIKKIQIEAN LOUISE WESSEL ...I Xrt Club 4g Ifrenc Club 1,23 library League 4g Ski Club 43 Spanish Club 4 DANA E. WIGGINS . . . French Club 1,25 Pep Club2 Sliarclub Senate l,2,3. LINDA JEAN WILLIAMS ...' Transferred from Iferr Ilall, Lake Forest, Illinois 3g GAA. 2,4g Girls' Glee Clu lg P.I'I. Leaders 4g Pep Club 2g Sabrina Swim Club 1 Sharclub Senate 2g Ski Club 4. MARIE E. WILSON . . . G.A.A. l,2g Girls' Glee Clubi years of achievement, fun and TIIIRIJ ROXY: IAYVRENCE MICHAEIIWWNCHESTER , . . Serclubf PEGGY LEE WISNIEWSKI . . . Bridle and SaclclIeClu 1,2g I".II.A. 3. RAYMOND YUNG XVONC . . . Rims Logos 2g IIa Guard 3g Serclub 3,4. ' STEPIIEN ANTIIONY YVORACK . . . Rios Logos l.1 Roys' Glee Club lg Choir 25 Faculty Assistant 1,2g Lette n1an's Club 3,4QSXVIlIlIi1IIig I,2,3,4g Water Polo 4, Ak ,st FOURTII ROXY: ROBERT YVARREN YVROBEL. . . Football 1,21 Nt nierals Club 2g Swimming 1,2g Track 1,2g Office Assi: tant4, PAUL GREG ZAHOUR . . . Baseball 2,43 Letternian' Club 4g Life Guard Club 4g Ollice Assistant 4g Swinnnin 2,3,4g Tennis lg Water Polo 4. JUDITII ANN ZAJICEK . . . Faculty Assistant 2,3. VICTORIA ALICEZAKROCZYIXISKI . . , IlL1ncIl,2,3, French Club 3g F.H.A. lg I".T,A. lg Girls' Glee Club Masque and Wig lg Play lg Pep Club 2. I-'IF'I'II ROYV: BERTRAND E. ZANCK . . . Rand l,2,3,4g Pep Rant: 2g Rifle Club 2g Ski Club 2g Tennis 2. NINA ZIMOSTRAD FIRST RUXV: IANIS KAY POLECK . . . TransferredfromlrinityIligh School, River Forest, Illinois 2, From 9 to 5 Club 3, 'ep Club 2. OHN RANDOLPII PONDELIK . . . Masque and Wig I, Rifle Club 2. fOSEPII POPELA NIARLENE BEA PORAK . , . Faculty Assistant3,French Ilub I,2,3, GAA. 1,2,3,4, Orchesis HA, Pupettes 4, Sabrina Swim Club 3, Usher Club 3,4. SECOND ROXY: NIARCY LYNN POSEJPAI ,... F.II.A. 1,2,3, I'rCsiClent 23, GAA. 1,2,3, Girls' Glee Club 1, GAA. Gymnastics 3 , Pep Club 2, KAREN MAE POWERS . , . F.II.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, F.N.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 1. IAMES C. PRICE . . . Trztnsferred from Antioch Com- nunity Iligb School, Antioch, Illinois 1, Football 2, Qlymnastics 4, Serclub 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Swimming 3, Wrestling 2. HIIERYL LYNN PROKES . . . Clarion 2, From 9 to 5 fllub 4, F.II.A. 3, GAA. 1,2, Pep Club 2. I'IIIRIJ liflxxli IANET RETII PROVENCAL . . . Beceus 2, Cinclercttes 1, Class Officer, 'Irezisurer 2, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Girls' Glee fllub 1, Life Guard Club 3,4, IIead Girl Guard 4, Pep Qilub 2, Sabrina Swim Club 3,4, Student Council 3,4. LAWRENCE PUTTS . . . Iiaseball2,3,4, RE. Leader 4, Rifle Club 2, Russian Club 1,2. ROBERT PAUL RADA . . . Band 1,2,3,4, Student Dir- :etor 4, Basketball l,2, Manager, Football 1, Pep Rand 2,3.4, Co-Director 4, Rifle Club 1,2. SANDRA LEE RADOSII . . . Iieceus 2, French Club 2, From 9 to 5 Club 3, Vice President 3, F.H.A. 2, Life Guard Club 4, Masque and Wig 2, Orchesis 3, Pupettes 3. prepare for approaching Semester exams SENIOR SOCIOLOGY students reflect on the various factors and problems concerned with early marriage s.......2s,, FIRST ROW: JILLENE ANNE RALEIGH . . , French Club 1,2g I brary League 3,4, Secretary 4g Nurses Assistant 3g Pi Club 2g Student Council 1. LEE I. RANKIN . . , Bios Logos 1,2,3,4, Vice Pre dent 3,4g Boys' Clee Club 13 Forum 1,2g Cerman Club I.E.T.S. Ig Wrestling I. PETER RATNER GILBERT S. RECTOR , . . Band 1,2g Bridle and Sade Club 2g Rifle Club 1.23. SECOND ROXV: ROBERT E. REDPATH . . . Baseball lg Chess Club 2,3,4g Wrestling 1. DENNIS CHARLES REISICER . . . Chess Club 1,2,l 4g German Club 3,4g Hobby Club 4, President 4g Al.F.T.! 1,2g Nunierals Club 2: Amateur Radio Club 1.2. Vim President 2g Scrclub 43 Swimming 2,3, Manager 2gTe1 nis 1.2g Water Polo 4. ROB ERT EDWARD RETTMAN ...' l'ennis2,4g Indoc Track 2. . CHARLES F. RICE . . . Football 13 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Annual career and college conferences TIIIRIJ ROXV KATHLEEN RITA RICHARDS ..,. Xrl Club 41 S Club 4. SCOTT ROBERTSON KATHERINE MARIE ROCK . . , Bridle and sudd Club 2g C.A.A. 3,4g C.A.A. Cynmastics 3.4, Presidei 3g International Relations Club 3,45 Library League I Pep Club 2g Pro Aierito 2,3. Treasurer 3. MARGARITA R. RODRIGUEZ ...' Transferred froi Balboa High School, Balboa, Canal Zone 3: Frenc Club 3,4g F.II.A. 3,4g International Relations Club i 4, Secretary 43 Library League 4g Spanish Club 3,1 Vice President 4. FOURTH ROW: DEBRA JEAN ROMANO . . . Bridle and Saddle Club 2g French Club 1,2. EDWARD JOSEPH ROULEAU . . . Band l,2,3gBaSk6 ball 1,2,3,4, Managerg Football 1g Hall Cuard 43 Librar League 2g Pep Band 1. RONALD .IAY ROUS . . . Football 1,2g Numerals Clu 2, Vice President 2g Serelub 4. THOMAS C. RUHI .... Boys' Clee Club lg Bridle an Saddle Club 45 F.II.A. 4g Mixed Chorus 2g Reno Weld Club 3,4g Rifle Club 2. FIFTH ROXV: SANDRA LYNN RUMPH . . . Beceus 23 Class Office i Business Manager 2,3,4g C.A.A. 1,2g Homecoming Cou 4g Library League 4g Life Guard Club 4g Pep Club 1 Sabrina Swim Club 1,2g Sharclub Senate 2,3,4, Secri tary 3, Treasurer 45 Ski Club 4. FRANK CHARLES RUS, JR .... Baseball 1,2,4g F0 ball 1,2,3,4g I.etterman's Club 43 Numerals Club 2g P. Ieaders 4g Serclub 3g Wrestling 1,2. TERRY ANN RUSK . . . Transferred from LYOHSTOWI ship High School, LaGrange, Illinoisg Cinderettes 3, Publicity Manager 4g G.A.A. 4g Life Cuard Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4g Sabrina Swim Club 4. CAIL M. RUSNAK . . . Beceus 2g Bridle and Sadd Club 45 From 9 to 5 Club 4g F.H.A. 33 Pupettes 2,3, Spanish Club 2. RST ROIY: 'DITH DIANE RUSZAT . . . 'Transferred from Wal- ler Lutheran High School, Melrose Park, Illinois 3g hoir 3,4. MY LOU RUZICKA . . . Bios Logos I,2g Faculty As- stant 4g From 9 to 5 Club 45 Spanish Club 1,2. ATRICIA SALAK IARY ANN SANTERAMO ECOND ROIY: 'UNCAN C. SAUER . . , Band Ig Basketball I,2.3,4g qotball I,2,3,4g letternian's Club 3,43 Nunlerals Club , Pep Band Ig Serclub 3,4. RUDIE SAUTER . . . Bulldog 4. ERESA JOY SCHIELE . . . French Club 1,2,3g F.T.A. ,4, Treasurer 4. OBERT WILLIAM SCHLISMANN . . . Forum 1,2g rack 2. help seniors Choose a vocation IIIRD ROIV: 'AVID P. SCHMIDT . . . Football I,2,3,4g I,CllCflIlIiI1lS lub 4g Numerals Club 2g P.E. leader 4g Wrestling I, ,3,4. AWRENCE DALE SCIIOONOVER . , . Band Ig Ser- ub 4, EVIN CHARLES SCOTT . . . Golf1,2,3,4, JANN MARIE SEDIVY . . , Beceus 2. OURTII ROW: VONNE KATHERINE SEFFER . . . Cross Country ourt 3g French Club 1,2. LATHLEEN ROSELIASEHSTEDT . . . ColorCuard1, ,3,4g Bridle and Saddle Club 2,3g French Club 2g F.N.A. WALTER C. SEREMEK . , . Transferred from St. Io- :ph's High School, Westchester, Illinois 2. AYLE SANDRA SETTON . . . Beceus 2g Bios Logos , Bridle and Saddle Club Ig Cinderettes 4g F.T.A. 3,43 erinan Club 1,2g C.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Orchesis 4g Tennis 4g 'sher Club 4. IFTH ROW: RUCE DENNIS SHELBY . . . Basketball 1g Football ,2,3,4g Co-Captain 4g Gymnastics 2g Letterman's Club ,4, President 4g Numerals Club 2g BE. Leader 4g Ser- ub 3.4, Treasurer 4g Student Council 3,4g Tennis 1.2. 'ANCY SHERLAG JDITH DAWN SHIBLEY . . . Beceus 2g Bios Logos 5 Bridle and Saddle Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 2g rench Club 23 From 9 to 5 Club 25 F.II..-X. 3,4, Treas- rer 4g library League 23.4, Vice President 4. XMES RUSSELL SHILT . . . Choir 2,3,4g Mixed Chor- Slg Numerals Club 2. Zsgregge , gif :AQ e 2 f Zi :..::1'I ' ,segzigzz i. .1 - ' 1,15 vie it-j2.2IZ.:f ...Q 1 4 g, 5.5 7 ,. I"I1iS'l' ROIY: SHARON L. SIEK . . . Clieerlcudcr 2,3,4. Captain Froni 910 5 Club 43 15141. Leader 3,4g Pep Club 2. YVAYNIC CIIARLICS SIELOFI' ',,, Serclub 4g Ski Club GEORGE RICIIARII SIKURA . . , VIITQIIISIICITCCI irc Proviso lizist Iligh School. Nlaywoorl. Illinois 2g lfztcul ASSISll1l1l3.4. DONNA LOUISE SIMA SECOND ROIY: SARAH IEICHT SIMON . . . Band 1,2,3,4gChoir3. Ccrnian Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4g GA, 2,3,4g Girls' Clee Club 1,2g CAA. Gymnastics 3,4g l'. Leader 3.4. JOHN EDWIN SIMPSON, JR. NICHOIAS CONSTANTINE SINADINOS . . , Bar ball I. SUE SITKA ...' lranslerred from Morton West Ilig School, Berwyn, Illinois 4g Choir 4. Qver 65 percent of the senior Class plans ORCHESIS MEMBER Katliy Berg demonstrates school spirit ofthe twenties. TOM DANCIK resigns as ei sideline cheerleader and actively enters the gum IN MEMORIAM DONALD A CHARTRON Born April 24 1950 Died january 10 1968 'l he memory of him will linger with his friends and associates participation become memories for seniors EDITOR'S NOTE: The class of 1968, pictured in the foregoing pages, includes those seniors who, at the time ofthe Rous- er's publication, were presumed eligible for graduation. However, some students who are eligible for diplomas are not pictured because they declined to have their portraits taken as prescribed. The 1968 Rouser staff disclaims any respon- sbility for verifying eligibility for gradu- ation of any studentthrough the publishing of these senior portraits, nor can it assume responsibility for the verity of the listed senior activity records, which are based on student's claims of participation. SENIORS TRUDI Sauter, Dale Soderholxn, and Toby Tobias laboriously work on detailed algebra problems in first semester college algebra. "QQ,-. Q, .,, K Voting on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, dependability, and service, R-B's seniors nominated ten of their fellow students to receive special recognition. The seven receiving the highest number of votes were declared the "Outstanding Seniors" for the 1968 Rouser. Hard work during the past four years led these seniors to the position of high esteem they now occupy. Participating in athletics, student government, Sharclub, Serclub, C.A.A., or Letterman's Club, these seven seniors con- tributed to both their school and community. Although only seven seniors are pictured on this page, every graduating student is an outstanding senior in his own way. No matter what club or position each one has held, every senior has contributed to his school in his own unique way, be it large or small. Many boyus went out for sports all four of their years and never received recognition for them. but they did this be- cause they felt they were doing their part to make R-B a bigger name in sports. Many girls have held positions in clubs or just been members, but this was their small way of adding to R-B. And, of course, the students with their scholastic records have contributed to the school's reputation of academic achieve- ment. Every senior is an outstanding one if he feels a satisfac- tion in his four years of high school. JOCELYN CUNNAR . . . Student Council President . . . applied intelligence cheerleader . . . Homecoming Court . . . subtle humor . . D.A.R. Award. Seven seniors chosen by their classmates TONY CHIAPPETTA . . . Outstanding Athletic Ability . . . Football . . . power on the gridiron . . . Basketball . . . optimistic . . . Baseball . . . determination to win. LYNN FREITAC . . . Council Treasurer unseliish service . . . cheerlcider . . . llomecoming Court . . . petitecharnt xixacious . . . Sharclub . . . p ice SCIICIK V, :I . -5 . - 5 525" ,f ' , 7 M N A 1 : ggi wig .,.. .gzizy f . ... f . '- . 4 ,, f . i Q ' 1 . 1. , A. . f Kar' if , .afme.u, STEVE HUMMEL . . . Council Vice-President . . . athletic . . . Football . . . PAM KUDA . . . llomecolning Queen . . . a kind word for everyone . . . cheer- Swinnning . . . strong in body and niind . . . Baseball . . . humorous . . . Ser- leader . . . lun loving . . . Student Council . . . conscientious . . . G.A.A. Presi- elub . . . good natured, dent, to be the Uutstanding Seniors of 1968 SANDY RUMPH , . . Sharclub Treasurer . . . Class Ollicer . . . willingness to GARY VACICK . . . Class President lfour Years . . . an athlete and 21 leader . . work . . . llomecoming Court . . . a slnile for everyone . . . contagious enthu- Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Student Council . . . S.A.ll. Award. Siasln, "-ka., ational I-Ionor Society, National Merit, ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINAL ISTS--FRONT ROW: Paul Levin, Sarah Simon, Ted Steinbrccher, Ismene Medenis, Alan Ehlers, Frances Kemp, Glenn Rodnar, Mary Langer, John Vogt, Kathleen Sehstedt, Robert Rettrnan. SECOND ROW: William johnson, Deborah Meyer, Barbara Mylak, Karen Domably, Lenita Kiepura, Dorian Dvorak, Susan Gold, Linnea Berg, Teresa Schiele, llocelyn Gunnar, Catherine Tabarracci, Llohnjohnson, Law- NATIONAI. HONOR SOCIETY SEMI-FINAL ISTS--Paul Levin and Lenita Kiepura, rence Winchester. THIRD ROW: Catherine Chalupa, Sarah Farley, Marci Fitz, Julie Carlson, Paula Rer- mann, lilileen O'Toole, Deborah Hack, Pamela Kuda, Patricia Holy, Carol Heller, Barry Maxwell. FOURTH ROW: Carol Hladik, Valerie IIunt, Janice Marsicek, Sue Karnba, Sharon Waugh, Karen Ka- sik, William Kiedaisch, Robert Welsch, Frederick Body, Arthur Llaros, James Karcla, Michael Ieflros, Sandra Havlik. FIFTH ROW: James Valsa, Lynn Kuehn, Renee Gialdini, Howard Anderson, Bruce Shelby, Wayne Iebl, Stephen Iiernhardt, Thomas Dancik, Edward Bialas, Michael Lohmann, Linda Veverka, Denise Sramek, Dana Wiggins, james Deal. SIXTH ROW: David Stanley, Ted Harms, David Koronkowski, Steve Worack, Alan jindra, Neil xlarom, Stephen Storm, Ilarvey Hunt, Stevan Hummel, Duncan Sauer, Cary Yacek, Dennis Rei- siger, Thomas Christensen, Andrew Fandre, NATIONAL MERIT SCHOIARSIIIP SEMI-FINALISTS--FRONT ROIY: Carol liladik, Karen IJ0lI13lJyI, Frances Kemp. SECOND ROW: Arthur jaros, Paul Levin, David Doemland. .ummm ,gun -TU if and l.S.S.C. awarded to worthy seniors i V le Q 2 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY--lfRON'l' ROXV: Alar- garita Rodriguez, Lynn Freitag, lilixaheth llolding, Deborah Meyer, Deborah llaek, Jack Vrana, Linda Kenneth, Karen Domabyl. Christine Francis, lillen Chejlava, Catherine Tabarracci, Susan Gold. SIQC- OND ROW: Jocelyn Gunnar. Sarah Simon, Diane Weber, John Johnson. Robert Welsch, Steven Stcrba, Janice Blarsicek, Thcresann Nlandarich, Warren Te' The National Honor Society was com- posed of students who ranked in the upper 151, of their class. These students were selected on the basis ofpersonality and de- pendability. This year Riverside-Broolo field was honored with one hundred and fourteen Illinois State Scholarship Semi- Finalists. Results were based on the stu- dents' class rank and placement test scores. The National llonor Society Scholar- ship was awarded to Lenita Kiepura and Paul Levin for their outstanding ability and intelligence. There were six National Merit Scholarship Sen1i-Final- ists which were determined by scores on aptitude tests. Jocelyn Gunnar received the D.A.R. Citizenship Award, and Gary Vacek was the recipient of the S.A.R. Citizenship Award. This year's Senior class has left an xcellent record scholasticallyg it is one o be proud of and to be followed by underclassinen. tha teak, Arthur Jaros, llarry Maxwell, James Carclelli. THIRD ROW: James Karela, l,eterDurkalski.Wayne Lebl, Susan Ka1nba,Julie Carlson, livelyn Voss, len- ita Kiepura, Sharon Waugh, Robert l'inc, Renee Gial- dini, Frances Kemp. l4'Ol'RTll ROW: Nlichael Cunt- by, Edward llialas, Stephen llernharclt.l'1ileenO"lloole, Karen Sorensen, Sandra llavlik, Carol lleller, Xlary Langer, Carolyn Stanek, George Sikoa, James Kol- SENIOR KAREN KASIK accepts a certificate of honor front Dr. Anderson at the National llonor So- ciety Asseinbly, ler, Nedra Koepke. FlFTll ROW: Catherine Chalupa, Karen Vujtech, John Vogt, Robert llerlien, Robert Redpath, Karen Kasik, Bruce Shelby, Denise Sratnek, Charles Veprek, Theodore Augustyn, Paul Levin, ls- mcne Medenis, Dianne Xlaselc. SlX'l'lI ROW: Lynn Kuehn, Carole liowalczyk, John Pondclik, Robert Riindzius, Stephan llununel, Kenneth llerlien,Stephen Storni, NSllAJi.iI'Ol11, Ted llartns, Thomas Christensen, James Valsa, David Stanley, Linda Veverlaa. UPPER TEN PER CENT Cln Alphabetical Orderj Stephen Bernhardt Edward Bialas Julie Carlson Lenita Kiepura Carol Kowalczyk Lynn Kuehn Catherine Chalupa David Doemland Karen Domabyl Alan Ehlers Andrew Fandre Scott Felix Renee Gialdini Susan Gold Jocelyn Gunnar Ted Harms Sandra Havlik Carol Heller Kenneth Herlien Stephan Hummel Neil Jarom Arthur Jaros John Johnson James Karela K aren Kasik Frances Kemp Mary Langer Wayne Lebl Paul Levin Janice M arsicek Dianne Masek Barry Maxwell Ismene hledenis Eileen O'Toole John Pondelik Bruce Shelby George Sikora Denise Sramek David Stanley Harry Stearns Stephen Storm Catherine Tabarr Warren Teteak Evelyn Voss Sharon Waugh Diane Weber Robert Welsch acci as Athletics 6 'lr' 'x " ,M J 87 1967 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: lac, Joseph Popela, Richard Vyborny, Robert Fischer, Vacek, Richard Torrison, Steve IIun1mel,.lan1esFisch Craig Siedell, Bruce Uhlir, Cary Cokins, Coach Los- Donald Dilullo, Howard Anderson, Dale Mitchell, er, John Lossin, Philip Kosin. sin, Robert Mestek, Roger Zeman, Anthony Chiap- Terrance Seymor, TI-IIRD ROW: Kenneth Kutska, petta. SECOND ROW: john johnson, Gregory Mu- Raymond Overholt, Lawrence Putts, Neil plarom, Cary Varsity team places third IH W S C After school students could hear the der Coach Lossin. With a record ofeight All conference boys were james Fischer, shouts of the 1967 VARSITY BASEBALL wins and six losses, they placed a high 101111 LOSSiI1, and Dale Mitchell. Soph TEAM as they practiced energetically un- third in the West Suburban Conference. Omore Robert Mestek played on the team MEMBERS OF the 1967 Varsity Baseball Team prepare for action against Downers Grove. 1967 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAIVI Season Record: Won 10g Lost 8 Conference Record: Won 8: I.0st 6 CONFERENCE STANDING: 3rd R-B Opponents 2 .... . . Ffiklorton West ......,.. 5 8 .... . . iifProviso East. . . . . . . . 2 9 .... ...Downers North. .. ...0 4 .... ...York....... ...2 5 .... . . . York ...... . . . 2 1 .,,. ...I,aGrange... ..,3 2 ,,.. ...MaineEast.. ,,.0 4 .... . . . Hillsdale ....... , . . 2 0 .... . . . Downers North. . . . . . 1 0 .... . . . Maine East . . . . . . 3 0 .... . . . LaGrange . . . . . . 4 3 .... . .il55iiXIorton East. . . . . . 0 4 .... . il33fIX1ortonWest . . . . . 6 2 .... . . . Hinsdale .,... . . . 5 8 .... . . . Proviso West . , . . . 1 3 .,.. . . . Clenbard .... . . . 4 8... ,..Clcnbard.... ...1 4 ......... Proviso West . . . . . 3 iliNon-con feren ce matches 2:5:3VllOllf112l.1llCI1I I 1967 SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: Michael Peluso, Michael Hejtmanek, Edward Niatejka, Lawrence Frait, Gary Overholt, Thomas Niikulka, Michael Opper. SECOND ROW: Dennis Kletecka, Mark King, Michael Faraci, George Kla- sek, Mark McKean, David Novak, Anton Sterba, Arthur IIugon, Roger Kuypers. THIRD ROW: David Zidlicky, Richard Voss, Lawrence Puccini, Richard Brandeis, Kenneth Freschauf, Charles Rysz, Ray- mond Wengel, William Freitag, Coach Ware. Sophomores place first in conference 1967 SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAIVI Season Record: Won 14, Lost 2 Conference Redord: Won 13, Lost 1 CONFERENCE STANDING: Ist R-B Opponents 4. . . . ?liMorton West ..... . . . . 2 4. . . . ?7iProviso East ...... . . . . 6 6. . . . . Downers Grove. . . . . 2 9... ..York ...... .. ..2 2... ..York ..... .. ..1 14... . .LaGrange .. . . 2 4... ..MaineEast... ..1 2... ..Hinsdale .... .. ..0 3... .,MaineEast..... ..1 4... . . Downers Grove. . . N3 11... ..LaGrange..... ..5 0... ...ProvisoWest... ..1 10... ...Hinsdale..... ..0 6... ...ProvisoWest . .. . . 2 8... ..,Glenbard.... ..2 3 ........ Glenbard. . . . . 2 iiiNon-conference matches The 1967 SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM had an outstanding season, cap- turing first in the West Suburban Con- ference. Their impressive record was four- teen wins and two losses. Charles Rysz and David Zidlickly backed leading hitters: Tony Sterba, Gary Overholt, William Frei- tag, and Arthur Hugon with winning pitch- ing techniques. The team exhibited unusual ability and good spirit, as they came from behind to win six of their games. Coach Ware deserves recognition for his valuable coaching. With a season of ups and downs, the 1967 FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM placed fifth in the conference with seven wins and nine losses. Coach Smoot cited the team in strengthening their weakness- es in pitching. 1967 FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 7g Lost 9 Conference Record: Won 6: Lost 8 CONFEREINC E STANDING: 5111 R-B Opponents 0... ..F:iMortonWest.........5 12. . . . . ?iiProviso East .... . . . . . . 8 8, , . . . . Downers Grove. . . .10 2... ...York..,... ...3 2... ...York.... ...I ' 6... ...LaGrange... ...5 0... ...MaineEast... ...5 6... ...Hinsdale..... ...4 1... ...MaineEast..... ...6 1. .. ..,Downers Grove. .. . . . 5 2... ...LaGra.nge..... ...9 2. . . . . ..Proviso West . . . . . .12 3... ...IIinsdale..... ...O 3... ,.,ProvisoWest... ...2 2 ........ Glenbard .,... ...8 7 ........ Glenbard .... . . . 6 i:iNonconference matches 1967 FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: Lelory Marconi, William Earl, Thomas Over- holt, Perry Sainati, Kenneth Prazak. SECOND ROW: jerry Pisani, George Pobuda, Robert Gibson, jon Schoonover, james Gannataro, William Slansky, Ste- ven Schultz. THIRD ROW: Coach Smoot, Ralph Glaza, Ronald Torrison, Frank Yydra, Mark Lahue, lawrence Krueger, Richard Billik. Golf teams DAN BROCHMANN shows how to address the ball. 1967 FROSI-I-SOPH GOLF TEAM--FRONT ROXV: Kenneth Olson, Lynn Sorclel, William Hedberg, Brett exhibit competitive spirit 1967 VARSITY GOLF TEAM--l"liON'l' ROW: Kevin Gary Gruca, David Bahinsky, Daniel Brochntann Scott, Carl Thornrose, Anthony GHSPCTIC,-IHIXICS Deal, Couch Iinehben. Although the 1967 VARSITY GOLF TEAM placed seventh in the West Subur- ban Conference with three wins and eight losses, they displayed enthusiasm as they swung into action on the green. Under the supervision of Coach Luebben, the golfers improved their averages and also increased individual skills. The 1967 SOPHOMORE GOLF TEAM placed fifth in the conference with Gary Fowlie as the team's outstanding player. Magnuson, Gary Fowlie, john Kasik, Coach Wad- ington. 1967 VARSITY GOLF TEAM Season Record: Won 33 Lost 8 Clonlerence Record: Won 21 Lost 5 CON l"lCKl'lNlllC STAND ING: 7th R-B Opponents 176 i'iNaperville. . . 167 160 Niles North . . 153 160 Wink Park .... 171 168 ...... i'fjo1ietWcst. A . 162 364 Glenhard .... 321 337 Nlaineliast . . 341 342 Proviso West . 324 364 York ...,.. 321 337 , ..... Hinsdale .... 330 344 ...... LaGrange . . . 321 330 .,.... Downers Grove 334 5ffNonconference nmtches 1967 FROSH-SOPH GOLF TEAM Season Record: Won 5, Lost 6 Conference Record: Won 43 Lost 3 fIONl"l'lRl'lNClC STAN DING: 5th R-B Opponents 201 . . . . . f'iNaperville. . . 176 192. "Niles North . . 191 187 . iifllak Park .... 198 193 . iffloliet .... 171 369 . Glenhard .... 376 359 . Maine liast . . 375 351 . Proviso West . 362 376. York ....., 381 367 . Ilinsdzile ..., 363 384. Laflrange . . . 339 352 . Downers Grove ....,.. 338 i3fNon-conference matches R B raquetmen place fifth in Conference 1967 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM Season Record: Won 4: Lost 6 Conference Record: Won 3, Lost 4 CONFERENCE STAN DING1 5th R-B Opponents 5. .. . . Flihlorton West , . . . . . . . . 0 0. . . . . i5iOak Park ..... . . . . . . 5 2. . . .. FffNiles East. . . . . . 3 1... ...Lyons....., ...4 5. . . . . . Proviso West . . . . 0 2... ...York.,.... ...3 5... ...lNIaineEast.. ...0 0... ...lIinsdale.... ...5 4. . . .. . Downers Grove. . . . . . . 1 2 ......... Glenbard .... . . . 3 Non-conference matches The 1967 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM, with returning lettermen: Donald Hedden, jeffrey Kunz, Barry Maxwell, and Fred Hradek, once again placed fifth in the conference, with a season record of four wins and six losses. Under the direction of Coach Normand, the R-B racquetmen start- ed the season with an impressive win of 5-0 against Morton West. The 1967 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE TENNIS TEAM followed in the footsteps of the varsity team by also placing fifth in the conference with a season record of four wins and six losses. Faced with tough competition, the R-B frosh-soph team gain- ed experience and is looking forward to a successful 1968 season. miiggwff ifrfggffk e 1967 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM--FRONT ROXV: To- by Tobias, William Kiedaisch, Fred Hradek, james Shilt, Donald Hedden, Jeffery Kunz, Barry Max- well. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Hayes, joseph Bastl, Robert Omson, Ronald Michalek, Lee Kulle, Wayne Pesek, Thomas Kubistant, Paul Strunc. 1967 FROSH-SOPH TENNIS TEAM Season Record: Won 4, Lost 6 Conference Record: Won 3, Lost 4 CONFERENCE STANDING: 5th R-B Opponents 5... ..?l5Morton West . . . . . . . . . 0 0... ..F:fOakPark.... 1... ...ifNilesEast.,. ...4 1... ...I.aCrange... ...4 5. . . . . . Proviso West . . . . . 0 3... ...MaineEast.. ...2 1... ...York ...... ...4 0... ...Hinsdale ..... ...5 3... ...Downers Grove. . .. ... 2 2 .......,. Clenbard ....... . . . 3 iliNon-conference matches 1967 FROSH-SOPH TENNIS TEAM--FRONT ROW: Charles Veprek, john Crib, Lloyd Windham, john Stevens, David Morgan, William Soucek, Robert Pine, Robert Aylesworth. SECOND ROW: Coach Nemecek, Robert Dittman, Brian Lang, Robert Rimd- zius, Ronald Rankin, William Frank, Robert Cherry, Kenneth Niemiec, Wayne Zasadil. 1967 became the year of champions for R-B cindermen as they enjoyed the best year ever in twenty years. Desire and intensive training were combined to pro- duce a team of unusual skill and ability. Under the direction of Coach Laulunen, the 1967 VARSITY TRACK TEAM es- tablished the following records: 172'10" was the record-breaking throw for Co- captain, all-stater Richard Brennangjohn Lauber, R-B'sfinestshotputter,took second in the state with a put of 59'6"g state champion Jim Press's 4117.9 mile and 9129.6 two mile were both ranked in the top ten fastest run times in the state, Dave Wasz and Dale Fash with a 49.9 for the 440 yard dash were also state qualifiers. l 1967 VARSITY TRACK TEAM--FRONT ROXYZ Coach Kmieciak, William Slater, john Lowden, Dale Fash, Ronald Hearlston, Darryl Mayo,LIames Press, David Wasz, jon Oleszynski, Coach Townsend. SECOND ROW: Coach Nikcevieh, Glenn Bodnar, David Vahldick, Robert Ilryukow, Glenn Caithamer, Angelo Rinchiuso, Robert Herlien, Frank Gasparrc Thomas Dancik, Ronald Rodnar, Coach Laulunen- TIIIRD ROXV: Rhett liilik, james Gilbert, Kennetl Herlien, julius Gyorke, -Iohn Lauber, Richard Bren nan, lirnest Arlart, Alden Vala, Martin Patchett. 1967 marks year of champions in track RICHARD BRENNAN, co-captain and holder ofthe Steel Man Award, warms up at daily practice. 1967 FROSH-SOPH TRACK TEAM--FRONT ROW: Coach Kmieeiak, Michael Kayse, james Cardelli, William Sinadinos, Nunzio Radogno, joseph Rog- gio, Patrick Rusk, Donald Musil, james Calvert, Michael Wareham, Neil Keliher, David Kelleher, Jeffrey Sapinski. SECOND ROW: Coach Nikcevich, Nick Valentino, Steven Nordstrom, Carl Ostby, Ste- ven Clutting, James Rlaa, Michael Todhunter, lea rome Stewart, Jeffery Sullivan, john Sullivan, Robert Fleming, Peter Durkalski, john Jonas, Glen Mottl, Donald Hearlston, Richard Rosser, Manager Philip Pienkos, Coach Laulunen, Coach Townsend. THIRD 1967 VARSITY TRACK TEAM R-B Dual Meets Opponents 71. . . . . Niles West ..... . . . . .56 76. . . . . Morton liast .... . . . .50 58. . . . . Downers Grove . . . .60 56. . . . . Oak Lawn . . . . . .62 73. . . . . Kaueland . . . . . .53 Large Meets Bulldog Relays ........ lst out of 6 teams Palatine Relays, . . . . . 4th out of54 teams Rockford Relays . . . . . 4th out of20 teams Conference. . .V . .... 5tl1 out of8 teams District ...,. .... 5 th out of 24 teams State Meet. . . . . .12th out of 465 teams ROW: Robert Iluffman, Thomas Nufert, Joseph Mar accini, Christopher George, Conrad Nenn, lame: Rerousek, Thomas Seifert, Stewart Storm, Lawrenet Herhst, Dean Cada, Karl Senser, William joseph David Blei, Robert Clark, Michael Courtney, johr Giesecke, Robert Lind. i967 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM--FRONT Robert Hrynkow, Kenneth Herlien, Richard Mylak, ROW: jeffrey Sapinski, Gregory Lascola, William Karl Senser, Wayne Kohoutek, RobertHerlien,Coach iinadinos, john jonas, Mark King, Glenn Bodnar, Laulunen, r' 1967 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Dual Meet Record: 5 Wins: 4 Losses Overall Record: 83 Wins: 13 Losses CONFERENCE STANDING: Tied for 5th. Dual Meets R-B Opponents 20. . . . . Morton West .,.,... . .35 24... .,l-Iinsdale... .....31 15. . . . . Oak Park ..... . . . .45 23. . . . . Maine East . . . . . . .33 36. . . . . LaGrange .... . . . .21 49. . . . . Proviso West . , , . . . .15 23. . . . . Downers Grove. . . . . . .37 29. . . . . Glenbard West . . . . , . .26 50,.. ..York ........ ....15 Large Meds 8th R-R Invitational .... 2nd out of 16 teams Mattoon Invitational . . . 4th out of36 teams St. Charles Invitational. . 4th out of 12 teams District Meet ........ 3rd out of27 teams Bulldogs take third in district meet 1967 FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Dual Meet Record: 4 Winsg 5 Losses Overall Record: 47 Winsg 19 Losses CONFERENCE STAN DING: 5th Dual Meets R-B Opponents 22 .... . . . Morton West ......... 36 18 .... . . . Ilinsdale Central ....... 38 , 35 .... . . . Oak Park ....... . . .24 l 33 .... . . . Maine East . . . . . .22 23 .... . . . Downers Grove. . . .35 35 .... . . . LaGrange .... . . .22 40 .... , . . Proviso West .... . . .18 25 .... . . . Glenbard West . . . . . .30 50 .... .. .York ....... . . .15 Large Meets R-B Invitational ..,... 5th out of 15 teams York Invitational ..... 4th out of 25 teams Niles Invitational ..... 4th out of 12 teams The 1967 VA R SIT Y CROSS COUN- ll'RY TEAM made its best showing in the arge meets this season. After a five meet vinning streak, the Bulldogs placed second nut of sixteen teams in the R-B Invitational. he team reached its zenith with a third lace in the twenty-seven team District. ll'he Harriers missed qualifying for the :tate championships by a scant two points. The year's impressive record waslarge- y the result of the efforts of Co-Captain Glenn Bodnar. The determined winning :fforts of seniors Wayne Kohoutek, Bob Irynkow, and Ken Herlien, along with uniors Bob Herlien and Karl Senser, pro- zided the stability for the 1967 R-B Harrier successes. 1967 FROSH-SOPH CROSS C O U N T R Y TEAM-- FRONT ROW: James Tonelli,Richard Rosser,William Soucek, Dennis Manning, Ronald Graf, Glenn Mottl, Michael Katsis, Mark VVest. SECOND ROVV: VVilliam ABarkstrom, Don Hearlston, Carl Ostby, james Berousek, james Blaa, Nick Valentino, jeffrey Ra- dosh, Coach Townsend. THIRD ROW: Michael Chej- lava, Charles Labotka, Robert Koepke, Thomas Nu- fert, David Blei, john Giesecke, Michael Wilt, Quin- tin Vahldick, Barry Marks. ' MEMBERS OF the varsity cross country team run laps as a part of their daily training program. R-B Bulldogs exhibit pride, perseverance 1967 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: Steven Schultz,j an Sestak, Anthony Chiappetta, Arthur I-Iugon, Peter Durkalslci, James Dancik, David Wasz, David Schmidt, Steven Glutting. SECOND ROW: Brian Moriarty, Cstatistician Q, Paul Novie, Henry Vi- cenik, William Kratochvil, Robem Mestek, Michael COACH VANDERMERKT and tri-captain'l'onyChi- appetta discuss strategy for the Maine game. Hejmanek, David Novak, Lawrence Frait, Michael Courtney. THIRD ROW: Coach Callahan, Coach Kmieciak, Donald DiI.ullo, Richard Voss, Kenneth Hayes, Frank Gasparro, Charles Mitch, Manager .Ioseph Popela,'l'rainer Robert Welsh,Coaeh Vander- Merkt. FOURTII ROW: john Iloman, Glenn Caitha- mer, Craig Black, Scott Felix, Cary Pigatto, jan Valsa, Michael 'l'hompson, William Freitag, liru Shelby. FlF'l'lI ROW: William lloggio, Frank R Clenn James, Frank Vydra, Duncan Sauer, Stex Ilunimel, john Feearotta, Richard Torrison, G' Vacek, Lawrence Puecini. Not Pictured-.Xiidrew Ile IN A decisive play, Tony Chiappetta breaks through the line to take a sizable gain for R-B Bulldogs. and outstanding defensive techniques TONY CHIAPPETTA, assisted by guards Bruce Shelby and Peter Durkalski, aloofly evades the grasp of two Blue Demons from Maine East. Capturing fourth place in the West Sub- irban Conference, the 1967 VARSITY l'OOTBALL TEAM displayed outstanding lsam work, pride in their ball club, and etermination. Tri-captains Tony Chiap- l967 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 23 Lost 3g Tied 3 Conference Record: ,Won Og Lost 3g Tied 3 CONFERENCE STANDING: 4th R-B Opponents 7. . . . . ?1iMorton West .... . . . . .13 23... ...MaineEast .... 6. .. ...Downers Grove. .. .. 7 0... ...LaGrange..... ..O 0... ...Pr0visoWest... ....0 14... ...Glenbard.... ....14 7... ...York..... ..6 0 ........ Hinsdale. . . . . 7 i7'Non-conference game petta, Bruce Shelby, and Steve Hummel contributed strongly to the "never letdown" spirit that engulfed the 1967 team. Even when faced with defeat, the Bulldogs never gave up their fighting spirit and lost only by a small margin to such top-notch teams as first place Hinsdale. Chosen for the 1967 all conference team were Tony Chi- appetta, Bruce Shelby, and Scott Felix. HALFBACK KENNETH Hayes plows forward through the Maine East defense for that extra yardage. Sophomores show promise for future years 1967 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM--FIRST ROW: joseph Boggio, james Hicber, Kenneth Pra- zak, jerry Pisani, Dwight Sherman, Richard Anderson, Perry Sainati, Lelory Marconi. SECOND ROW:Coach Agin, Coach Baran, Manager Daniel Christenson, john Selimos, Gregory Novie, Robert Gibson, Man- 1967 SOPHOMORF, FOOTBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 3g Inst 5 Conference Record: Won 3, Lost 4 CONFIQRICNCTC STANDING: 5th R-B Opponents 0 .... . . FliMorton West ........ .40 27 .... ...Maineliast ......14 14 .... . . . Downers Grove . . .27 6 .... . . . LaGrange .... . . .28 13 .... . . . Proviso West . . . . . 6 7 .... . . . Glenbard .... . . . 6 6 .... . . . York .... . . .13 12 ...... '. . Hinsdale. . . . . .26 KN on-conference matches AFTER A good gain, Marconi dives for extra yards. ...mf ager Gregory Kiser, Coach Ketelsen. THIRD ROW: William Slansky, Mark Vesely, Robert Fleming, Wil- liam Kanz, .Xrthur Urban, Michael Valiga, Robert Cepek, Michael Gangitano, glaines Daley, FOURTH ROW: Robert Vodicka, Randall Goodge,AIanies Can- nataro, james Bigane, Daniel justinich, Michael Tod- With a few breaks, the 1967 SOPHO- MORE FOOTBALL TEAM would have placed as contenders for the conference championship. However, the competition was rough, and they finished in fifth place. Outstanding players were joseph Boggio, Lelory Marconi, james Cannatarojoseph Maraccini, Christopher George, Michael Kovanda, and Robert Fleming. Theteam's most valuable players were josephBoggio and james Cannataro. Under the super- vision of Coaches Agin, Ketelsen and Baran, the boys prepared for the day they will be on the varsity football team. The 1967 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAMS finished an impressive season by placing high in the conference standings and by gaining valuable experience. Both squads scored in every game, and only once during the season did R-B's freshmen suffer a double loss. This occurred when both the "A" and "B" squads lost to the tough LaGrange team. High scorers for the "A" squad were Jessie Rodriguez and Bill Sherman. At the "B" level, Tony Svo- zil and Dann Teichman led the scoring. hunter, Ion Schoonover, Frank llhlir. FIFTH ROV james Bohl, Kenneth Kozik, joseph Maraccini, Ma Lahue, Christopher George, Lawrence Herbst, Robll Clark, Michael Kovanda, Ralph Glaza. COACH AGIN gives advice to one of his halfbacla Freshmen complete successful 196 season ,967 FRESHMAN "A" AND 'B' FOOTBALL TEAMS FRONT ROW: Craig Johnson, William Arndt, jef- rey Maly, Dann Teichman, Anthony DiCristina, iteven Nelli, Thomas Matson, Chris Valentino, Tho- nas Tepavchevich, Richard Ricksecker, Bruce Sed- k, Philip Grosshenrich, Paul Lally, jesse Rodri- guez. SECOND ROW: joseph Doll, Steven McKen- ey, Warren Souders, Steven jansky, David Bruce, .ELORY MARCONI maneuvers around an opposing ilayer. Gregory Urbanski, Daniel Cadotte, Walter Robison, Mark Stirek, Richard Land, Richard Mitchell, john North, Donald McDowell. THIRD ROW? Coach Balodirnas, Coach Merson, David Koma, Paul Dur- kalski, Steven Borcich, Steven Rus, Bruce Whitten- berg, james Kowalczyk, Kenneth Kanz, Peter Wy- sopal, Peter Phelps, Eugene Piasecki, Coach Lossin, Coach Smoczynski. FOURTH ROW: blames Vicich, 1967 FRESHMAN "A" FOOTBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 1 Conference Record: Won 2, Inst 4, Tied 1 CONFERENCE STANDING: 6th R-B Opponents 26 .... . . . Hinsdale .... ...... . 41 27 .... ...Maineliast . .. .....20 14... ...DownersG.rove... ....14 7 .... . . . LaGrange .... . . . .25 13 .... . . . Proviso West . . . . . .21 20 .... . . . Glenbard .... . . . .14 7 .... ...York ..... ....20 1967 FRESHMAN "B" FOOTBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 6, Lost 1 Conference Record: Won 6, Lost 1 CONFERENCE STANDING: 2nd. R-B Opponents 14 .... . . . Hinsdale ........... .12 27 .... . . . Maine East ........ . . 0 40 .... . . . Downers Grove .... . . . 6 7 .... . . . LaGrange .... . . . .26 21. . . . . . Proviso West . . . . . .20 13 .... . . . Clenbard .... . . . .12 9 .... . . . York ..... . . . 7 Joseph Vavra, Anthony Svozil, David Farley, Wil- liam Sherman, William.Fleming,Jerome Benes, George Todhunter, Ace Boydston, Walter Kiepura, Wesley Porak, Edward johnson, Daniel Vosecky. FIFTH ROW: Carl Lindahl, Paul Kocek, Dane Sensor, Thom- as Weber, john Brasch, Lawrence Zborowski, Ken- neth Nelson, Leonard Zborowski, Robert Klimes, james Riggins, john O"l'oole, Chris Kosakowski. SIDELINE SPECTATORS concentrate on the game in play. twig E:'l5l- , 97 1967-68 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: Coach Nikcevich, William Hedberg, Lynn Sordel, Anthony Chiappetta, Carl Sterba,Cary Over- holt, Coach Kirtley. SECOND ROW: Gary Vacek, Varsity Cage For the first time since 1945, R-B's Varsity Basketball Team regained the title of Regional Champions by defeating St. joseph, Morton West, and Hinsdale Central. The team, headed by co-captains Neil-jarom and Tony Chiappetta, placed third in the conference but fought long and hard to be a- season-long contender for first place. The most improved player award was given to Michael Kobian, Lawrence Puccini, William Freitag, Thomas Dancik, Michael Kobzan, Duncan Sauer, Martin Spatz, Dean Cada. THIRD ROW: Neiljarom, Randall Barthel, Dennis Mullarkey, Grant Schmitz, Charles Rysz, Kenneth Freschauf, john Kasik, Manager Edward Rouleau. rs become Regional Champs white Neil jarom received the honor of being chosen the most valuable player. Charles Rysz was awarded the Dudley Free Throw Award while both Rysz and Tony Chiappetta were chosensfor the all-conference team. Team cooperation, competitiveness and intelligence all contributed to a most successful season for the 1967-68 VAR- SITY BASKETBALL TEAM. COACH RON NIKCEVICH reviews an offensive play with his Bulldogs during half time. t I 1967-68 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 153 Lost 9 Conference Record: Won 10, Lost 4 CONFERENCE STANDING: 3rd R-B Opponents 51 ....,.. 45fMorton West ......... 62 55 ....... 37'Th0rnton .... .... 6 6 62... ...MaineEast.... ...55 60. . . . . .Downers Grove . . . . . .49 62... ...Lyons ..... .. ...52 45. . . ...Proviso West. .. . . . .43 69 ....... '5New Trier .... . . .48 69 ....... W Maine West. . . . . .36 55 ...... ?NMorton East. . . . . .60 72 . . . . . .clenbafd west. . . . .68 72... ...York ...... .. ...78 54... ...Hinsdale.... ...42 67... ...MaineEast ..... .....41 56 ....... 'Homewood-Flossmoor. . .63 81... ...DownersGrove.......65 61... ...Lyons ..... .. ...86 66. .. ...ProvisoWest. . . .. . . .61 62. . . . . .Glenbard West. . . . . . .53 66... ...York ...... .. ...83 61... ...Hinsdale... ...71 61 ...... W9'St.joseph .... . . .39 47 ...... "MMorton West. . . . . . .45 42 ...... "W'Hit1sdale .... . . .38 63 ..... 'SWLyons . . . . . .68 "Non-conference games WProviso West Holiday Tournament W Regional Tournament WmfSectidnal Tournament 1967-68 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 113 Lost 10 Conference Record: Won 8g Lost 6 CONFERENCE STANDING: 4th 1967-68 FRESHMAN "A" BASKETBALL TEAM Season Record: Won 4g Lost 10 R'B W Opponents Conference Record: Won 2g Lost 10 57- - - - - -wlhofmon "----'-"- 78 CONFERENCE STANDING: 8th 52. . . . . .55Morton West .... . . . . .48 63 . . . .... Maine East ..... .... 5 1 R-B Opponents 69' ' ' "" Downers Grove """' 43 40. . . . . .54New Trier East . . . . . . .28 52' A - -'-- LYOHS ----'-4 --'- 5 0 33. . . . . .Women West. . . . . . . . .29 42. . . .... Proviso West .... .... 5 9 38. . . ' . . 'Maine East .... h I l .53 57. . . .... Glenbard West. . . .... 56 43. I . Q n I .Downers Grove ' . - I D .47 50' '- -"- Y9'k -------- ---- 5 9 41... .... Proviso West. . .. ....67 51 - - - --" Hinsdale '-'-'- ---' 4 5 33 . . . .... Glenbard West. . . . . . .54 52-H '--4NeWTfiffEHSf "-'--- 55 23... .... Y0fk........ ....5o 43 ' ' ' ' ' '4Ni1eS Wes' "" "" 3 3 40. . . .... Maine East. . . . . . . . .38 64' ' ' ' ' 'sleljeerfielfi """ "" 6 6 57 . . . .... Downers Grove . . . . . . .52 78... ...54New TrierWest ....... 61 50.1 . I.-.Lyons Uilull. ' .A..58 60. . . .... Maine East ..... .... 5 9 43- D l I I l 'Proviso West ..'. l l l .50 48- - - -'-- Downefsfffove '------ 54 49. . . .... Glenbard west. . . . . . .60 28. . . . . .55Homewood-Flossmoor. . .45 49. ' V ' n I 'York' . I . I I . . A -60 54' - - --'- LYOHS ------"'-'-' 64 39. . . .... Hinsdale . . . . . . .51 51. . . .... Proviso West .... . . . .50 50. . . .... Glenbard West. . . .... 58 QENOH-Conference games 48... .... York ........ ....57 46 ...,.... Hinsdale . . .... 50 GRANT scHM1Tz attempts to ouqump the York 4NOH-Conference games center and gain possession of the ball for R-B. ' and place third in conference DUNCAN SAUER pauses momentarily to decide whether to pass the ball or continue dribbling. JUNIOR JOHN Kasik attempts a shot through the defense of a Thornton guard. 1967-68, SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM-- FRONT ROYV: Thomas Rysz, Kenneth Prazek, Wil- liam Earl, Lelory Marconi, jerry Pisani, Perry Sai- Determined THE 1967-68 SOPHOMORE BAS- KETBALL TEAM played exciting ball, winning eleven games by six points or less. Rick Billik led the team with 352 points, including 116 free throws. Frank Vydra scored fifty-five per cent of his 1967-68 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAMS-- FRONT ROW: Walter Kiepura, William Arndt, Mi- chael Wilt, Steven Nelli, john Leslie, Richard Rick- secker, Gerald Kostelny, Steven Rotunno, Robert Raso. SECOND ROW: Edward johnson, Charles nati, Thomas Overholt. SECOND ROW: james Hla- vacek, Frederick Svitak, john O'Toole, Richard Billik, Richard O'Connor, Edward Bourn, james Bullpups gain field goal attempts and grabbed 200 rebounds. Tom Rysz scored two free- throws with six seconds remaining to win the game over previously unbeaten York. Mastny, james Tonelli, Timothy Hutcheson, Alan Flick, Bruce Sedlak, james Hutcheson, William Sher- man, Dann Teichman, Chris Kosakowski. THIRD ROW: Glenn Homolka, Charles Labotka, Ronald Zborowski, Kenneth Cieszynski, Dane Senser,Robert Anderson. THIRD ROW: Coach Ware, Ralph Glaza, Mark Lahue, Frank Vydra, Gerald Sonsikoski, Lawr- ence Herbst, jerry Patchett, Manager Daniel Chris- tensen. experience Although they placed eighth and sev- enth in the conference, THE FRESH- MAN BASKETBALL TEAMS gained experience for the future. Koepke, Kenneth Kanz, Robert Butten, Coach Smoot. FOURTH ROW: Glen Pacek, Robert Pusateri, Larry Zborowski, Richard Kravs, Carl Lindahl, Larry Sykora, Ronald Zborowski, Ronald Vlk,james Rig- gins, Coach Callahan. 00 'EL'19 .YMNSKB """"'ii 2 s I . Q V rata fswfwHwi.- 0 -fsraaas Y! 1? gg ... v . Q we 0 at . - .. . . fa-B' Qt 3 rv rr ,....., 5 .I g - vga 4 W QW ggmitiajgii ata I ' Q y' fa, ZEYMNASII 'mf Wtaaeaasa- 'fi ' 5 4 -4 '-"5 :ul ,, EEE ami. V'-.- I "':' I ,ag,.:,g -r 2-1 .- . it 5 lf if W W? is eiie I tiff 'ft :ia W5 Zrvir QQ5,sf if'.? i ,. r,vMg.g,i5ggg352 1967-68 VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM--FRONT SECOND ROW: David Batka, David Novak, Kevin ROW: Patrick Cunningham, John Fecaroua. Ralph ROW: Coach Armour, Edward Urbanek, joseph Keliher, james Price, Thomas Kesman. THIRD Russell, Carl Z3-1TlCCl1ikv 101111 Kel1y,Cary 56111215614- Gymnastic teams strive for perfection R-B 49 . 38 . 43 . 56 . 41.5 68.5... 51.5 36 43.5... 82 37 1967-68 VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM Season Record: Won 23 Lost 9 Conference Record: Won 1g Lost 6 CONFERENCE STANDING: 7th ifGlenbrook . . . t7'Waukegan . . . .Glenbard West. .York. ' ...... ifOak Lawn .... 5fMorton East . . .Maine East. . . .Hinsdale .... .Lyons ...... . Downers Grove .Proviso West. . 5Non-conference meets Opponents .......83 .......94 .......89 .. .... 76 . . -90.5 . .. 63.5 ...80.5 ...96 .....88.5 ...50 . ...95 Almost exclusively composed of ju- niors, the 1967-68 VARSITY GYMNAS- TICS TEAM got its first taste of varsity competition. The two victories were bet- ter than any previous year. Outstanding gymnasts were co-captains Pat Rusk and Neil Keliher. Lost through graduation will be jim Price and Kevin Keliher. After losing their first four meets, the 1967-68 FROSH-SOPH GYMNASTICS TEAM improved greatly to win five of the last seven and tie for fourth place in the conference. Gymnasts Bob Ayles- worth, Len Palis, Paul Klecka, CortEsen- ther and Carl Luebben show promise 1967-68 FROSH-SOPH GYMNASTICS TEAM Season Record: Won 53 Lost 6 Conference Record: Won 3: Lost 4 CONFERENCE STANDING: 4th ftiej R-B Opponents 49.5 ....... 'Glenbrook ........ 82.5 46 . . . .i7'Waukegan ......... .86 51 ... ...ClenbardWest. . . . . . . .81 50.5 ....... .York ........ . . 81.5 69 . , .... VM0rton East. . . . . .63 75 . . .... i'fOak Lawn .... .... 5 7 43 . . . . .Hinsdale .... . . .89 74 . . . . .Maine East ...... . . .58 90 . . . . .Downers Grove . . . . . .42 69 . . . . .Lyons ....... . . .63 59 ........ Proviso West. . . . . .73 i'Non-conference meets for next year. W ' 1967-68 SOPHOMORE GYMNASTICS TEAM-- OND ROW: Leonard Palis, Thomas Tepavchevich, vac. THIRD ROW: Arthur Ur'ban,Jerry Michalek, FRONT ROW: C0aCh Armour, William Muffin, Cort Esentheri Robert AY1eSW0Tthv DCHI1 Hiillben- Ralph Cunningham, Robert Clark, Paul Klecka, John Johnson. Robert D0Wn51 StePh0n Skyllecka reiser, Scott Cooper, Don Hearlston, William Ga- Carl Ostby, William Domansky, Ricky Matiya, Craig Ostby, Carl Luebben, Wayne Brian. SEC- sg. 3 . -5' - as tdiggbah X Qtffzisfi 1 1 ASTIES 251-i 'Q-0 as - - as 1967-68 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM--FRONT ROW: Michael Hejtmanek, William Sinadinos, Mi- chael McLees, Glenn Pinta, Thomas Bensfield, Mi- chael Opper, Michael Feeney, Thomas Esenther, Coach Ketelsen. SECOND ROW: Rolf Gunnar, Wil- liam Calvert, john Katsis, Thomas Mikulka, Mark Pucci, John Lowden, Edward Bialas, William Kied- aisch, David Hejtmanek, Arthur Hugon. THIRD Varsity grapplers place 1967-68 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Season Record: Won 8g Lost 4 Conference Record: Won 6g Lost 1 CONFERENCE STANDING: 2nd R-B Opponents 23. . . . . .iliMorton West .... . . . . .17 20... ..iiOakLawn... ......31 28... ...i4t'OakPark... ....16 14. . . . .i7fWaukegan . . . . . . .28 28... ...Lyons ...,.. . ....I2 26. . . . . .Glenbard West. . . . . . .14 16... ...iiProvisoEast. .. ....23 22... ...York ..... . ....19 25... .... Hinsdale... . . . .15 22. . . .... Proviso West. . . . . . .20 19. . . ..... Maine East ........ . .20 26 ......... Downers Grove ....... 15 'l'Non-conference matches FRANK REID LINGER attempts to bring down his staggering opponent. Coach Ketelsen's 1967-68 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM, headed by co- Captains john Lowden and Frank Ried- linger considered their two greatest accomplishments this year to be finish- ing second in the district and second in the conference standings. These vic- tories may be attributed to hard work and excellent training. Five of the wres- tlers gave outstanding performances and were accepted for the all-conference team. They were David Schmidt, Frank Ried- linger, john Lowden, who was also chosen most outstanding player, Mich- ael Opper, and David Hejtmanek. The varsity wrestling team finished a supe- rior, season with eight wins and four losses. l l ROW: William Butler, Robert Mestek, David Sch- midt, Frank Riedlinger, William Boggio, Thomas Plaiske, William Vlcek, john Homan. second in both 1967-68 SOPHOMORE WRESTLING TEAM Season Record: Won 4g Lost 75 Tied 1 Conference Record: Won 3: Lost 3: Tied 1 CONFERENCE STANDING: 5th R-B Opponents 17 .... . . 3Morton West ......... 29 14 .... . . .ROak Lawn .... ..... . 36 27 .... ...i"eOakPark... ...l9 23 .... . .iiWaukegan . . . . . .31 18 .... . . .Lyons ......... . . .27 15 .... .... G lenbard West .... . . .29 19 .... . . .ifProviso East. . . . . .31 18 .... . . .York ....... . . .24 29 .... . . .Hinsdale .... . . .21 27 .... . . .Proviso West. . . . . .20 23 ..... . . .Maine East ......... .23 24 ......... Downers Grove ....... 21 i'Non-conference matches VARSITY WRESTLER Dave Hejtmanek strains to pin his Waukegan opponent. 1967-68 SOPHOMORE WRESTLING TEAM-- Boggio, Coach Agin. SECOND ROW: Rome Gui- Robert Fleming, joseph Gasperic, Frank Uhlir, FRONT ROW: Coach Balodimas, jesse Rodriguez, dice, Richard Anderson, Steven Schultz,john Brasch, ThOmaS DOHOVHII- john Selimos, Michael Lally, james Calvert,joseph Michael Wareham. THIRD ROW: james Daley, conference and district competition 1967-68 FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM Season Record: Won 1, Lost 10 Conference Record: Won 0: Lost 7 CONFERENCE STANDING: 8th R-B Opponents 15 .... . . . 5fMorton West ........ .37 26 .... . . . ifOak Lawn .... ..... . 28 42 .... . . .'uf'Oak Park .... . . .10 15 .... . . .W'Waukegan . . . . . .40 13 .... ..,, L yons ....... . . .37 13 .... .... G lenbard West ..,. . . .35 14 .... .... Y ork ........ . . .34 21 .... .... H insdale ..... . . .31 9 .... .... P roviso West. . . . . .40 15 .... .... M aine East .... . . .37 16 ......... Downers Grove . . . . .30 "fNon-conference matches The 1967-68 SOPHOMORE WRES- TLING TEAM coached by Mr. Agin greatly improved their skills through many hours of strenuous exercise and long runs. Bob Fleming, the team's most valuable player, proved his ability as a wrestler with a no-loss record. Other out- standing wrestlers were jim Calbert, joe Boggio, Mike McLees, jim Dancik, and freshman Dave Farley. The team ended the season very well. At the season's end they played the role of a spoiler, tying Maine East 23 to 23, thus, de- nying them the conference title. 1967-68 FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM-- FRONT ROW: Coach McNally, Michael Turdik, Austine Piasecki, Paul Lally, Dennis Borda, Steven Rus, Michael Katsis, Daniel Cadotte. SECOND ROW: Chris Valentino, john Becker, Thomas Mat- son, Paul Laz, john Cardelli, Terry Ward, Donald Frost. THIRD ROW: David Brezina, Thomas Web- Under the leadership of Coach McNal- ly, the 1967-68 FRESHMAN WRES- TLING TEAM gained experience that prepares them for future participation on the varsity team. During the long hours of practice, the team learned basic fundamentals of various wrestling holds. All the members of the team received a participation certificate at the Winter Sports Award Night. In addition, john Brasch, David Farley, William Fleming, and Michael Katsis received their '71 numerals. er, Richard Hekr, Thomas Cabernoch, Anthony DiCristina, William Fleming, john Stelton, Richard Mitchell, David Farley. FOURTH ROW: Leonard Zborowski, Paul Durkalski, Craig johnson, Ace Boydston, john North, jerome Benes, Kenneth Nel- son. 1967-68 VARSITY SWIM TEAM--FRONT ROWI Howard Anderson, Lawrence Stlaske, Robert Baum- Schultz, Lee Kulle, Paul Zahour, Keith Kurzeja D0l1glaS Spivik, William KHSICH, Jerold ZHCl4, Dale rucker, james jaska, Bruce Kuda, Timothy Parker, Glenn james, Stephen Storm, Stephan Hummel, M1 F0SlCf, Karl Kluck, J0l1l1 Stevens, l0l11'1 Simpson, Michael Cumby, Anton Sterba. THIRD ROW: jerry chael Thompson, Peter Clark. Donald Berry. SECOND ROW: Stephen Worack, Both varsity and frosh-soph swim teams Coach Merson's 1967-68 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM capped its season off by qualifying its "savage four" in the state meet. Tony Sterba, Paul Zahour, Steve Hummel and Pete Clark placed eighth in the state meet in the 400 yard freestyle relay. In addition, a new school record of 3:27:2 was set in the process. Tony Sterba also qualified in the 100 yard butterfly and Pete Clark in the fifty yard freestyle. Other varsity standouts were Steve Worack, Steve Storm and Don Berry. The team finished the season fourth in the conference and fourth in the district championship in addition to winning the Carl Sandburg Invitational and bringing home two trophies for the school trophy case. TEAM EFFORT and determination result in a first place for the 400 yard free style relay team. .5-SE. Q 1967-68 VARSITY SWIM TEAM Season Record: Won 53 Lost 5 R-B Opponents 53. . . .... Thornton ......... . .42 38. . . .... Homewood-Flossmoor. . .69 Glenbrook North ...... 61 47. . . .... Proviso West ....... . .48 82. . . .... Glenbrook South .... . .88 Hinsdale South . . .... 66 65. . . .... Proviso East. . . . . . .30 53. . . .... Sandburg. . . . . . .42 38. . . .... LaGrange. . . . . . .52 57... .... M aineWest ... . . . .38 73. . . .... Maine East .... . . . .22 30. . . .... Hinsdale . . . . . . .65 L .. 1 1968 R-B INVITATIONAL SWIM MEET RESULTS Rock Island ........... New Trier West. . . Danville ...... Maine South ...... Proviso West ....... Homewood-Flossmoor . . . . Lyons ............ . . Riverside-Brookfield. . . Maine West ....... Hinsdale South ...... Oak Park .......... Champaign Centennial .... Carl Sandburg ....... Thornton ......... Proviso East . . . Joliet West .... Waukegan .... Argo ...... . . .52 37 ...34 ...26 ....20 19 18 1f2 1f2 16 ...16 ...13 ...12 ...12 ...11 7 6 ...5 2 ...1 UEEN DENISE Sramek presents the first place trophy to the Varsity relay team at the Invitational Meet. 1967-68 FROSH-SOPH SWIM TEAM Season Record: Won 6g Lost 3 R-B Opponents 64 .... . . .Thornton .......... .31 47 .... . . .Oak Park ......,... .48 31 ...., . . .Proviso West ........ .64 99 172 ...... Glenbrook South ...... 82 Hinsdale South . . . 50 U2 75 ' ' 20 . . . . . . .I7I'0V1SOI'.3.SI. . . . . . 51 .... . . .Sandburg .... . . .44 43 .... . . .LaGrange. . . . . .52 68 .... . . .Maine East. . , . . .27 14 .... . . .Hinsdale . . . . . .81 SECONDS TICKING away, Steve Hummel dives from the starting block with determination to win the event place fourth in conference competition 1967-68 FRESHMAN SWIM TEAM Season Record: Won 45 Lost 0 R-B Opponents 51. . . .... Morton East ....... . .44 77. . . .... Oak Park ......... . .22 48. . . .... Evergreen Park ...., . .47 50. . . .... Morton West .... . . . .45 1967-68 FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING TEAM-- FRONT ROW: Glenn Keller, Michael Chejlava, Leigh- ton Javid, Mark Klein, Robert Lind, Peter Cook- ingham,- Thomas Novak, Ross Howard, Steven Nordstrom. SECOND ROW: Bruce Whittenberg, James Vosicky, Michael Powers, Richard Jetter, Jack Hahn, Richard Williams, James Goodfellow, Don- Coach Kavanaugh's 1 967-68 FROSH- SOPH SWIMMING TEAM put in many .ong and grueling hours of work to place fourth in the conference and finish the season with one win and three losses. At the Highland Park Sophomore and Ju- nior Wfarsity Swim Meet, the team took fifth out of a tough field of six. The sophomores, led by captains Peter Cook- ingharn and Roy Rylander, prepared ald McDowell, Charles Pfau, James Hybl, Richard Westofli James Mongiat. THIRD ROW: Coach Kav- anaugh, David Held, Richard Mangano, James McDonald, David Drska, Steven Jansky, Fredrick Hange, John Novotny, Peter Phelps, Robert Hedges, Michael Valiga, Gary Pluta, Kenneth Bernhardt, James Vicich, Michael Coughenour, Alan Linhart. for positions on next year's varsity team. Winning numerals for their performances were Peter Cookingham, Randy Goodge, Richard Hein, Gary Pluta, John Simon, and Jerome Stewart. The freshmen dis- played great promise for next year. They were undefeated in their four meets. Fresh- men who won numerals were John No- votny and Charles Pfau. FOURTH ROW: Richard Rock, Michael Todhunter, John Simon, David Meiner, Richard Hein, William Rauschert, Jonathan Lehuta, Roy Rylander, Mark Vesely, Alan Bendert, Jerome Stewart, George Po- buda, Fred Krubel, Thomas Stormer, James Kolba, Michael Detorrice. Qrganizations V Za g? r M if - 13 wsgifag , iw Q 11- k Uv ,. ,.,. . . ' i'V w 3':7w' ff51 , S Q fzilfilif 1QMi1f1g5:'f-,-LE, Q EMM-I 11 ef5a'Z,1i2'?fk2iZwf, '13 ., 1,z4,3yw,,fE?1i -. Lv- :iii-,auulifhww L N x ,W N H '31 1 ff. 3 "" K we in -. Hx 1 ww 08 Student Council sponsors the foreign l i l STUDENT COUNCIL--FRONT ROW: 'Tracey Brunke, Sarah Olmstead, Cathy Schwarz, Kathleen letter, Therese Terrazino, Donna Schwarz. SECOND ROW: Secretary Carolyn Stanek, second Vice-I'res- ident Philip Kushenbach, President Jocelyn Gunnar, first Vice-President Steven Hummel, Treasurer Lynn Freitag. THIRD ROW: Josephine Vosicky, Susan Kenyon, Linda Mathews, Timothy Hutcheson, Doug- las Gold, Richard Williams, Richard letter, janet Working diligently to improve faculty- student relations, the members of this year' s STUDENT COUNCIL moved into 68' enthusiastically. Aside from fulfilling their responsibilities, they put forth an all-out Kraft, Sponsor Mr. Pesko, FOURTH ROW: janet Provencal, Kay Sordel, julie Krivanek, Pamela Ma- deja, Linda Novak, Cindy Madeja, Georgianna Ade, Lynn Braun, Nancy Kriz, Carol Heller. FIFTH ROVV: james Koller, Kurt Christoff, Peter Cookingham, -lay Price, Gordon Stanley, Barry Maxwell. SIXTH ROW: Deborah IIack, joanne Barrett, Monica Conti Ros- sini, Bonnie Exner, Virginia Bcnseman, Charmaine Urban, Barbara Zubak, Pamela Kuda, Verna Pe- elfort to provide a fun-filled Homecoming weekend and three council dances. Money- raising projects to continue supportoftheir Greek foster child included sockhops, play- routka, Wendy Kriz, Susan Jarzembski, Beth W thers, Ruth Aton, Laurel Hclmboldt.SEVENTH ROVK William Earl, Randall Zarn, Bruce Shelby, Gar Vacek, Theodore Steinbrecker, Thomas Dancik, ward Bialas, Bradford Smith, Terry Notko, Williar Kiedaisch. EICHTH ROW: Cathy jonas, Christii Mahr, Michelle Alfirevic, Pamela Hay, Robert Koe ke, Michael Thompson, Ginny Cotta, Cynthia Krt bel, Susan Dvorak, Kim Kuda, john Jonas. nights, the annual Slave Auction, andt sale of sweatshirts and cushions. "Sha the Fare" was conducted to raise funds f a foreign exchange student next year. DRESSED IN togas, students help celebrate Homecoming by participating in a festive procession at the pep rally sponsored by Student Council. student and many fund-raising projects lPRESIDENT GARY Vacek presents Monica with a 1968 class ring, a token lof her newly acquired status as R-B senior, l l Sponsored by Student Council R-B wel- comed its fifth foreign student Monica Conti Rossini from Brissago, Switzerland, who lresided during the year at the home of Bonnie Exner, a sophomore. Monica car- English pronunciation. ried a normal school load of English, Spanish, American history, speech, and choir. Monica's extra-curricular activities of Student Council, International Relations Club, and G.A.A. afforded R-Bites the MONICA SPENDS a relaxing evening with her American family, the Edward Exners. JUNIOR RICHARD McGachey engages Monica in a lively dialogue about opportunity to know her. Monica found her many new acquaintances to be very friendly, helpful, and greatfun. This feeling was, no doubt, reciprocated by every stu- dent who met her. 'Ziff O . ,f A , "1 ,.--rf ' BUSY GIRLS make publicity posters for Sharclub. SHARCLUB SENATE--FRONT ROW: Lynn Freitag, Treasurer Sandra Rumph, President liileen O'Toole, Vice-President Mary Langer, Cynthia Krubel. SEC- OND ROW: Sponsor Mrs. Sandahl, Charmaine Ur- ban, Secretary Cynthia Jirsa, Muretta Strohecker, Rosemarie Bialas, Kathryn Krubel, Sponsor Mi Sylling. THIRD ROW: Susan Jarzembski, Dont Schwarz, Cathy Schwarz, Kathryn Kemp, Bonn Ziarko. Traditional service organizations lea SHARCLUB, R-B's girls club, spon- sored many social and service events dur- ing the year. Sharclub Senate led the way in planning events which included the Bundle Drive, the Christmas party, and SERCLUB--FRONT ROW: Barry Maxwell, john Fec- arotta, Secretary Kenneth Hayes, Treasurer Bruce Shelby, President Stephan Hummel, Andrew Berg, Joseph Stocki, Anthony Chiappetta, jerry Zack. SEC- OND ROW: Edward Urbanek, Cary Gruca, Donald Berry, Michael Feeney, Thomas Mikulka,john1onas, David Wasz, William Kasten, William johnson, Ron- the annual, semi-formal, girl-ask-boy dance, "Oooh-La-La." Throughout the year, SERCLUB mem- ald Hearlston, Raymond Wong, Michael Opper. THIRD ROW: Guy Gangi, james jaska, George Kla- sek, Brian Moriarty, Scott Felix, Paul Novie, Peter Clark, Howard Anderson, David Novak, Edward Bialas, Sponsor Mr. Swanson. FOURTH ROW: Karl Kluck, Kevin Keliher, jerry Souta, Ted Augustin, bers maintained the high standards trad tionally characteristic of their organizatior A highlight of the year's activities was t Christmas dance, "Incense and Peppe mints." David Kanelos, james Price, Wayne Kohoutek, R ald Rous, Dennis Reisiger, Terry Notko. FIF ROW: Philip Kosin, Michael Thompson, Cary Va Duncan Sauer, Neil jarom, Kenneth Herlien, Ke Kurzeja, Gary Pigatto, James Valsa, Clenn .Iam Michael Ondresky. CHEERLEADERS'-FRONT ROW: Captain Sharon Sauterj. SECOND ROW: Donna Schwarz, Georgiana Helmboldt, Jocelyn Gunnar, Sharon Holub, Patricia liek, Meredith Hay, Pamela KU'-la, Debflfah Hiifik, Ade, Beth Withers, Dawn Werner, Bonnie Exner, Waitek, Lynn Freitag. acalyn Tonelli, Bulldog QCarolyn lNl0H3C0, Tflldi Linda Meinke, Cathy Schwarz. THIRD ROW: Laurel students in activities and promote spirit The 1967-'68 VARSITY AND SOPH- MORE CHEERLEADERS energetically ,elped boost school pride and spirit while romoting sportsmanship. Under the cap- ble supervision of Mrs. Bernard, the LETTERMAN'S CLUB--FRONT ROW: Neil jarom, Stephan Hummel, Vice-President Wayne Kohoutek, Secretary-Treasurer Glenn Bodnar, President Bruce Shelby, Sergeant at Arms Kenneth Herlien, Duncan Sauer, Gary Vacek. SECOND ROW: Nicholas Valen- squads led students in cheers through the year. LETTERMAN'S CLUB is an honorary tino, Carl Ostby, John Jonas, David Schmidt, Ken- neth Hayes, Barry Maxwell, Anthony Chiappetta, David Wasz, Michael Opper. THIRD ROW: David Hejtmanek, Cary Cruca, Karl Kluck, Donald Berry, William Kratochvil, William Freitag, Scott Felix,john service organization of athletes who have earned a letter in a varsity sport. They help maintain discipline at basketball games and visit grammar schools to en- courage interest in high school sports. Homan, Dale Fash, Andrew Berg. FOURTH ROW: Donald DiLullo, Howard Anderson, Robert Omson, james Valsa, Richard Torrison, Paul Zahour, Peter Clark, Gary Pigatto, Stephen Worack, Robert Her- lien. r l 5 t PUPETTES--FRONT ROW: Betty Kolba, Linnea Berg, Porak, Cynthia Krubel, Nancy Beelnar, Lynn Braun, leen Lee, Cail Rusnak, Denise Sramek, Karen Kasik, Donna Vogel, Josephine Vosicky, Christine johnson. THIRD ROW: Verna Peroutka, Mary Langer, Col- Judy Kopecky, Diane Schieve, Eileen O"l'oole. SECOND ROW: Wendy Kriz, Ruth Aton, Marlene Spirit groups spark student response Adding to the half time entertainment at home football and basketball games routines which were set to popular tunes. were the PUPETTES. The girls dem0I1- THE COLORGUARD marched withthe strated precision and coordination in their band during football half times. MAJORETTES--FRONT ROW: Bonnie Siedler, Don- na Woods, Bettie Siedler. SECOND ROW: Sharon THE MAJORETTES, under the direr tion of Mrs. O'Toole, won three trophi for their high level performance at the N tional Football League Contest and higl lighted their year with a trip to Hollanc Michigan. Ilolub, Carol Michalowski, Kathleen Rayle, Marci Major, Barbara janecek. 2 COLOR GUARD--Deborah Meyer, Valerie Hunt, Au- drey Gonzalez. 9,3 ff t l I C.A.A. BOARD--FRONT ROW: Publicity Manager OND ROW: Therese Terrazino, Ellen Michalek, Ann Mary Langer, Secretary Wendy Kriz, President Pznn' Marie Greco, Point Secretary Patricia Holy, Sandra ela Kuda, Vice-President Carol Ileller, Treasurer Cyll' Halverson, Christine johnson. THIRD ROW: Muir thia Iirsa, General Sports Manager Colleen Lee. SICC- ina Conti Rossini, Bonnie Hxiier, Patricia Kite, Ria . . . an Su -organizations C A A d b ' ' Offering both individual andteam sports GYMNASTICS CLUB Members prac- after school, G.A.A. promotes interest in ticed one day a week on various pieces athletics and sportsmanship. of apparatus. They displayed their skills in a show in April. CYMNASTICS CLUB OFFICERS AND ROARDY- Treasurer Christine Mahr. S'i'.'XNlJING: Vice-Presb SIQATIZD: President laurel Helinboldt, Secretary- dent Gayle Crawley, Christine johnson, glean Ylk. leen O'Toole, Jocelyn Gunnar, Betty Kolba, Linda Novak. FOURTH ROW: Gayle Crawley, Carolyn Stanek, Laura Fagan, Denise Sraniek, julie Soren- son, Sarah Farley, Verna Peroutka, Karen Berk. develop skill ORCHESIS DANCECLUB highlighted a second year with the presentation of "Flappers, Flickers, and Follies." ORCHESIS OFFICERS--S EA T15 D z Vice-President julie Sorenson, President Kathy Berg. STANDING: Treasurer Li11da Xleinke, Secretary Catl1iChalupa, G.A.A. Representative Laura Fagan. l 4 Ii 3 4 Swim clubs develop water skills LIFE GUARD CLUB--FRONT ROW: Head GirlGuard janet Provencal, Secretary-Treasurer Terry Rusk, Pres- ident Peter Clark, Vice-President Stephan Hummel, Corresponding Secretary Carolyn Monaco, Head Boy Guard Lee Kulle. SECOND ROW: Anton Sterba, Charlene Beattie, jacalyn Tonelli, Katherine letter, Susan Gold, Laurel Hehnboldt, ,Iocelyn Gunnar, Deb- The members of LIFE GUARD CLUB helped promote interest in water safety. They acted as guards for all school swim- ming activities and assisted at the annual R-B Swim Meet Invitational. Some mem- SABRINA--FRONT ROW: Pamela Hay, Debra Vos- ecky, Mary Fara, Sandra Havlik, Pamela Kuda, Meredith Hay, Sarah Farley, Ellen Peroutka, Linda Williams, Barbara Zubak, President Cynthia Krubel. SECOND ROW: Susan Rowley, Gayle Crawley, Barb- ara Spacek, Marlene jindra, Ellen Shilt, Deborah Ku- orah Hack. THIRD ROW: Betty Kolba, Kathryn Krubel, Rosemarie Bialas, Ellen Michalek, Susan Hosticka, Paula Berrnann, Lynn Klein, Virginia Bense- man, Paula Rich. FOURTH ROW: Donald Berry, Sandra Rumph, Marci Fitz, Ellen Peroutka, Marga- ret Giesecke, Verna Peroutka, jean Krueger, Cynthia Krubel, Pamela Kuda, Susan Kamba, Dale Foster. bers gave up their Saturday mornings to instruct elementary school swimmers. -if l In the fall, workshops are held for returning and prospective members of bis, Susan Kenyon, Kathryn Krubel, Bonnie Cana- vera, Judith McCabe, Mariel Kweton, Secretary-Treas urer Lynn Braun. THIRD ROW: Alison Felix, Susan Hosticka, Terri Rusk, Patricia Kite, Kimberly Kuda, julie Krivanek, Linda Janus, Susan Dvorak, Susan Paul, Linda Meinke, Bonnie Exner, Virginia Bense- FIFTH ROW: Howard Anderson, Mariel Kweton, Laura Fagan, Sandra Radosh, Susan Misare, Pa- tricia Holy, Sarah Farley, Colleen Lee, Denise Sra- mek, Karen Kasik. SIXTH ROW: Michael Thomp- son, james jaska, jerry Schultz, Stephen Storm, Ken- neth Vetrovec, Paul Zabour, john McDonald, Tim- othy Parker. R-B's swim club, SABRINA. After months of practice, the girls exhibited precision, beauty, and grace in the aquatic arts at the annual show, "Fountains of Fra- grancef' man, Susarljarzembski, Denise Sramek, julie Soren- son, Vice-President Verna Peroutka. FOURTH ROW: Katherine, letter, Ann Marie Greco, planet Provcncal, Carole Broike, Sandra Pesek, Deborah Hack, 1 Sobol, Wendy Smith, Deborah Paul, Elizabeth ger, Kay Sordel, Susan Urasky, Karen Kasik. BECEUS, a service organization of The recently organized CINDER- ROADRUNNERS CLUB encourages Beceus and Cinderettes offer services BECEUS--Sponsor Mrs. Dvorak, Vice-President Ali- son Felix, Secretary Bonnie Ziarko, President Barb sophomore girls, displays school spirit by selling popcorn at home athletic events, building a float for Homecoming, and decorating the alumni lounge atChristmas time. ROADRUNNERS--l-'RONT ROW: .Ianies lierousek, Treasurer Kenneth llerlien, Co-President Wayne Ko- houtek, Co-President Glenn Bodnar, Secretary Karl Senser, David Blei. SECOND RUW: Denni ' ning, ara Zuhak, Treasurer planet Tomillo. ETTES proved to be invaluable to the 1968 Track Team. The fifty-five girls of- ficiated at the outdoor meets and provid- ed a cheering section for the indoor meets. Wf Ronald Graf, Clen Mottl, Nicholas Valentino, john jonas, Richard Rosser. THIRD ROW: jeffrey Ra- dosh, james lllaa, Williain llarkstroni, Carl Osthy, Donald llearlston, William Soucek, Robert llerlien. CINDERETTES 0 F FIC E R S--Sli.-X'l'ElJ: Secretary Kathleen Bayle, President Carole l5oike.S'l'ANDlNC: Publicity Manager Terry Rusk, Treasurer Sharon Holuh, Publicity Manager Patricia Kite. sportsmanship and physical conditioning through group distance running. Itis man- datory for all members to run one hundred miles in a ten day period. FOURTH ROW: Quintine Vahldiek, Millard Vlasek, Barry Marks, Charles Labotka, Robert Koepke, Rich- ard Mylak, Thoinas Nufert. 5 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CI.UB--lfRON'i' ROW: Carla jo Krivanek. Kathleen Rock. Special Projects Chairman Nancy Vytiska, 'Treasurer joan Moorehouse, President Nedra Koepl-ce, Monica Conti Promoting better understanding of America and foreign countries is the ob- jective of INTERNATIONAL RELA- TIONS CLUB. The year's activities and projects were centered around the foreign exchange student, Monica Conti Rossini. Rossini. Secretary Maggie Rodriguez, Bonnie Ko- vanic. SECOND ROW: jotly Chluinsky. Barbara Kroll. Sharon Waugh. jenice jones. Susan Kosai- eowski. Dianne Masek. julie Carlson, lenita Kiepura, RUSSIAN CLUB held many social events during the year. The members at- tended a mixer at Glenbard East, and in March they hosted a mixer at R-B. Sev- eral members also enjoyed the hospitality of a Russian lady who emigrated to the United States. Kathleen jonas. THIRD ROW: Sandra Held, Ellen Smatlak, Camille Kricensky, Cathy Chalupa, Marsha Trieglaff, jean Petranek. Patricia Hange, joan Deut- schniann, Patricia Holy, Lora Coulson. GERMAN CLUB provides members with the opportunity to learn about and appreciate German culture, customs, and language. Winning first prize for their Homecoming float entry was clear evi- dence of the club's imaginative and co- operative spirit. Students develop interest in foreign RUSSIAN CLUB--l"RON'l' ROXY: Sponsor Mr. Kon- cius, Secretary Barbara Mylak. President Barbara Kroll, Vice-President Robert Pine, Treasurer Cath- erine Chalupa. SECOND ROW: jean Yonclriska, jeanne LeHuta, Dolores Retek, Peggy Carst, Rober- ta Svadbik. THIRD ROW: jon Kostal, Karen Yuj- tech, Kristine Hanson, David Stanley, james Kare- la, Susan Sasuta. 6 GERMAN CLUB--l"RON'l' ROIY: David Drslca, Bon- nie Exner, jerri Picha. Publicity Chairuian Stephen Deneiuark. SECOND ROW: Harvey Hunt, Treasur- er Paul Levin, Secretary juditli Boehuert, Yice-Presi- dent Sarah Simon, President Arthur jaros, Margaret Cieseeke. THIRD ROW: Sponsor Mr. Wilke, Wesley jaros. Pamela Ratkovich, Cynthia Meier, Debra Eg- ger, l"OI7R'l'H ROW: Kathleen Blei, Karen Brandt, Cynthia jirsa, Diane Durst, Mary Prince, Marcia johnson, Donna Watson, Mary Scdlar. l"IF'l'H ROW: Barbara Egger, Patricia Yalento, Kathleen Fluekiger, Deborah Kottel, George Pobuda, Karen levin, Patri- cia Kolarik, Norine Shum. SIXTH ROW: Diane Vlaclika, jean Ieflros, Veronica Novakovic, Barb- ara Zubak, Dianne Masek, Mary Harms, Richard Mikes. SEVENTH ROW: john Simon, Kenneth Ko- resch, john Harvey, Dennis Reisiger, james Hlava- cek, Ronald Nemec, Robert Welsch, Richard Maly. Eileen O'Toole, Colleen Lee, Karen Sorensen, Joanne FRENCH CLUB--FRONT ROW: Rosemarie Bialas, Nalsica Zotos, Susan Harrison, Deborah Paul, David Denemark, Barbara Lansdon, Katherine Jetter, Nona Krill, Sandra Bergstrand. SECOND ROW: Audrey Busta, Linda Novak, Barbara Best, Rosemarie Mon- dike, Darlene Milo, Cynthia Mack, Treasurer Cyn- thia Leslie, Secretary Karen Domabyl, Vice-President Susan Kamba, President Lenita Kiepura, Christine Mahr, Ceorgiana Ade, C arolMichalowski,Margarita Rodriguez, Linda Sedlak. THIRD ROW: Susanllahn, Judith Falconer, Susan Zenger, Elizabeth Holding, Carol Kandlik, Pamela Croff, Joanna Juras, Kathryn Kemp, Kathryn Kral, Colette Kamper, Barbara Mc- Carthy, Linda Janus, Mary Lee, Jean Vondrisl-La, Patricia Steinhaus, Holly Peroutka, Pamela Vojak, Pamela Bouska, Ann Ashby, Sarah Marshall, Mar- cia Major, Janice Kubik. FOURTH ROW: Janice Natusek, Karen Kolar, Cindy Ceropski, Susan Paul, Susan Dvorak, Susan Hawke, Linda Imbalzano, Hil- ary Lillig, Meg Stabenau, Joanne Barrett, Richard Peterson, Jean Vlk, Evonne Anderson, Julie Krivanek, Lynn Nielsen, Susan Allwood, Mary Bartik, Susan Maresh, Sharon Kralik, Nancy Segin. FIFTH ROW: Kathleen Opat, Lilly Pocs, Nancy Kriz, Luann Ha- F rasek, Susan Vrbsky, Cathy Sopocy, Jennifer Vacelc, Janet Story, Barbara Krebs, Connie Kroh,Jean Krue- ger, Verna Peroutka, Carla Jo Krivanek, Kathleen Krebs, Deborah Couzin, Jacqueline Novak, Betty Kolba, Julie Carlson, Janet Marousek, Debra Listak, Lynn Mass. SIXTH ROW: Debra Vyduna, Michelle Alfirevic, Pamela Madcja, Virginia Cotta, Ami La- pins, Suzanne Cidell, Barbara Wiss, Karen Vujtech, Isinene Medenis, Lynne Bruggeu, Diane Weber, Cail Pitelka, Lora Coulson, Colette Peters, Patricia Holy, Frank, Michelle Peterson. countries through language clubs With a new award system in effect, FRENCH CLUB members were active throughout the year. They saw "Tartuffe" at Rosary College, listened to Monica Conti Rossine speak about her home in PRO MERITO--FRONT ROW: Delores Trpisovsky, President Thomas Christensen, 'Treasurer Michael Lohmann, Vice-President Diane Schieve, Secretary Carol Pycha, Susan Gold, Sponsor Mrs. O'Brien. Switzerland, and held an annual pot luck dinner. It is one of the largest clubs at R.B. PRO MERITO enabled students to more SECOND ROW: Marjorie Peary, Nancy McCabe, James Miskell, Henry Barta, Edessa Pick, Crace Bauer, Christine Francis, Douglas Cold, Patricia Hitt. fully appreciate the Latin language and Roman civilization. The year's activities included the presentation ofa Latin play as part ofthe Christmas program and the annual Latin banquet in the spring. THIRD ROW: Linda Regnicr, Fred Body, Mary Ni- castro, Thomas Seifert, David Henderson, Robert Pinc, Pam Dawe, Carol Peary, Judith McCabe. 7 8 'os Logos explores the microscopic world En fi ff ii gi BIOS IDGOS--SEATED: Richard Svehla, President Calvin Lash, Vice-President Lee Rankin, Sharon Rad- igan, Susan Sasuta. SECOND ROW: Thomas Foert- BIOS LOGOS, promoting interest in all fields of science, presented a varied program ateach meeting.Amongtheyear's activities were a visit to Brookfield Zoo and lectures by personnel from MacNeal SPANISH CLUB--FRONT ROW: anet Bright, Mar- cia Carstka, PresidentRoy Ferguson,TreasurerNancy Magda. Sponsor Nlr. Clillorcl, Vice-President Blar- garita Rodriguez. SECOND ROW: Marsha Spleha, Gwyneth johnson, Sarah Olmstead, Pamela Bodnar, jennifer Loro, Nancy Exner, Lynnette Hack, Nancy sch, james Skvaril, Secretary-Treasurer David Elm- er, Kenneth Cieszynski, Sponsor Mr. Baran, Thomas Memorial Hospital and Western Electric. Members of the SPANISH CLUB par- ticipated in many activities during the Bernhardt. TIIIRD ROW: Cheryl Plaza, Suzanne Souhrada, Cathy Skala, Karen Bodnar, Rosalie Raj- nys, Sandra Michael, Sharon Schoonover,Bettyjohn- son. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Waitek, Kathleen Buck, Debra VanOrt, Christine Rohmann, Felice Best, Lynn Benes, Barbara janoch, Barbara Daunoras, Nancy Yurka. THIRD ROW: Glenn Homolka, john Cardel- li, Donald Novak, Daniel Yosecky, William Beres. year. The group enjoyed Spanish cuisine when they took a trip to a Spanish rest- aurant for dinner. They also held aChrist- mas party for Spanish speaking children. Waugh, l"Il"TII ROW: joan josefchuk, Iiinda Mc- Laughlin. SIXTH ROW: Christine johnson, Sharoim Podliska, janet Worazek, joan Martin, Carol An dersen, Teresa Kuhta, Betsy Schalk, Dianne Holz- wart, Kenneth O'Connor. r 1 Rouser and Clarion recount yearns events l l l ROUSER YEARBOOK STAFF--FRONT ROXV: Copy Co-editor Delores Trpisovsky, Photography Co-editor Nedra Koepke, A11 and Layout Co-editor Patricia The members of the 1968 ROUSER yearbook staff began work by selecting the theme, "68 in Motion." The theme was incorporated into the book through artwork, copy, and photographs. Tension and excitement mounted as deadlines grew near, but with cooperation between staffs, each was met with a sense of accomplish- ment. By keeping the goal of excellence ROUSER STAFF members gather to discuss the selec- tion of pictures and the arrangement of copy. Holy, Nancy Vytiska. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fry- drych, Barbara Zubak, Barbara Mulder, Linda Fo ran, Catherine Voller. THIRD ROW: Diane Worell in mind, the task of organizing and pro- ducing this year's book proved to be a rewarding experience. Participating on R-B's CLARION staff permits students to exhibit and develop their writing abilities. The staff members distributed an edition of the school news- Nancy Chappatta, Bonnie Ziarko, Carol jaynes, San- dra Bergstrand, Barbara Daunoras, Sylvia Peterson. paper every two weeks. These editions were filled with news and sports articles, interviews, current events, and scoops of the year. This year the Clarion took on a new look by adding advertisements to to each issue. Another addition was hu- man interest articles about colleges and contact lenses. II9 CLARION--FRONT ROW: Photography Editor Ken- neth Vetrovec, Sports Editor Philip Kushenbach, Co- editor Isniene Medenis, Co-editor Frances Kemp, Fea- ture Editor Marci Fitz, Ad Manager Linda Slater. SECOND ROW: Deborah l"aul,judith Boehnert,janet M arousek, Carolyn jahn,,Ianice Kubik, Barbara Best, Cathy Schwarz, Sarah Olnistead, Karen Domabyl. THIRD ROW: Alison Felix, Virginia Benseman, Ca rolyn Stanek, Paula Rich, Karen Berk, Ann Witsman Kathryn Kemp, Distribution Editor Lynne Bruggen FOURTH ROW: Carol Heller, Richard Mikes, .Xn thony Stone, Michael Bruzek, Donald Najeninik Thomas Christensen, David Masterson, james Kare la, Nancy Ottens. n .112 r raver - 1l avr 1:s ammnv.w.-:esrvwv ns 20 DIMENSIONS--FRONT ROW: Editor Nancy Ottens, OND ROW: Anthony Stone, Publicity Manager Col- PRESS RELATIONS STAFF--SEATED: Editor Secretary-Treasurer .Iames Karela, Karen Rerk, SEC- ette Peters, Wayne Zawila, Peggy Garst. Dianne Niasek, CO-CdllOI'Sll6I'1'Yl30lllOS. STANDING: Writers R-B's literary magazine, DIMEN- SIONS, emphasizes creative writing, in- cluding descriptive essays, short stories, and narrative and lyric poetry. The bi- annual publication reflects the ingenuity and ability of student writers and artists to express their innermost emotions. FREELANCERS--FRONT ROW: Treasurer Kathi Koenig. SECOND ROW: President Patricia Salak, Mary Fara, Sponsor Mr. Feddersen. practice literary skills PRESS RELATIONS collects informa- tion about school events, policies, and news items in general, with the exception of sports. Under the direction of Mr. Fed- dersen, the group then submits material and pictures for publication in area and in metropolitan newspapers. Elizabeth Rrouwers, Secretary Linda Kenneth, Ellen Shilt. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Christie, Dianne Bono- FREELANCERS is a group of students who enjoy writing poetry and prose. The club gives an opportunity to analyze and criticize the works of club members. Mr. Sanders, the sponsor, encourages writers to write for the public by sending away articles to contests and literary magazines. mo, Diane Durst, Sponsor Mr. Sanders, Susan Kad- lee. FORUM--FRONT ROW: Co-sponsor Mr. Smith, Pres- President Debgrah Konel, SECOND RQWQ Robgrt Stanley, Nlary Fam, Paul Levin, Sandra Havlik. idCI1l Anhur ,li1f0S, SCCTCUUY l21U1CS Kllmlil, ViCC- Sirovy, Grace Bauer, Stephen Denelnark, Gordon Speakers strive for fluency Twice a month, FORUM CLUB met to hold discussions on world events. In March a mock presidential primary was DEBATE TEAM--SEATED: Yiccfllrcsidexlt Andrew Fandre, President Patricia Salak. SECOND ROW: held for R-B Students' DEBATE and Richard Straka, An1iLapins. THIRD ROW: Ieanne SPEECH CLUBS traveled to downsfate Lehuta, Kathi K0enig,x1ary1'nnCe. FoU1t'1'n1tow1 and West Suburban Conference schools. Susan KadleC,CalVi111,a5h,A11hu1'Ia1'05, SPEECH CLUB--.lerry Souta, Cordon Stanley, Ken- neth Vetrovec. IZI Ti if 1 : V rein' at Vasa! Mg, J. ag' 5 5: M1 EK? gi xkukkx 'X' i I ZZ FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA--FRONT ROW: jak, Sponsor Mrs. Vacula. TIIIRD ROW: .lean Blil- Secretary Denise lfiorda, President Barbara Noland, ler, Kathleen Fluekiger, janet Bright, Deborah Kottel, MRS' VACULA attends to 1 phmem while a member Vice-President Mary Vacula. SECOND ROW:Nlelinda Kathleen Sehstedtl of F Y Vx keeps ll precise record of proceedings lloff, Barbara McCarthy, Lludith Suhr, Pamela Vo- Career clubs enlighten students THE FUTURE NURSES OF AMERI- CA practiced nursing skills by working as candy-stripers in hospitals. As a money- making project they sold pom-poms at FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERIC A--FRONT ROIV: Sharon Kralik, Treasurer Teresa Schiele, President Nancy Sliva, Vice-President Nancy McCabe, Sponsor the football games. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA gave its members a preview of the res- Mrs. levey. SECOND ROW Barbara Daunoras, Sandee Michal, Nona Krill. THIRD ROW: Renee Zelenka, joan josefchuk, Linda Stefek, Linda Kuhn. ponsibilities of a teacher through gues speakers and movies. Activities include the annual Teacher Appreciation Day an a candy drive. FOURTH ROW: Pamela Ratkovich, CarolSuhr, Kath leen Blie, Lynn Kuehn, Sharon Podliska. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-AFRONT ROW: Treasurer Judith Shihley, Vice-PresidentSophia Maschek, President janet Danek, Secretary Karen Powers, Sponsor Mrs. Tooniire. SECOND ROW: to future job p FUTURE HOMEMAKERSOFAMER- ICA presented interesting topics and speak- ers at its monthly meetings. FRONT NINE T0 FIVE CLUB--FRONT ROYV: Lynn Freitag, Treasurer Cheryl Chrastek, President Paulette Sorini, Secretary Mary Danukos,CatherineTabarrac- ci. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Zernan, Deborah Kubis, Nancy Malina, Roberta Wenzel, Patricia Senlcins, Margarita Rodriguez, Barbara Reiser, Carol Pycha. TIIIRD ROW: Nancy Krivanek, Audrey Gonzalez, Edward Bednar, Norine Kociara, Wendy Harding, ossibilities FROM 9 TO 5 CLUB provided mem- bers with opportunities to gain knowledge Deborah Vlcek, Nancy Novotny, Karen Kucera,Cwy neth Johnson, Patricia Monaco. THIRD ROW: Pa tricia Holy, .lean Krueger, Carol Pycha, Nancy Chap patta, Christine Young, Nancy Malina, Sharon Siek. Dianne Bonomo, Lori Kotarba. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Lalielle, Diane Weber, Linda Veverka, Tho- mas Ruhl, james Kriz, Patricia Hange, Barbara Malik, Nona Krill. about b u s i n e s s careers through guest speakers. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Vanata, judith Kopecky, Vivian Coleman, Gail Rusnak, Caroline Vydra, Amy Ruzicka, Gail Tortorici, Veronica Novakovic, Susan Heard. L .I 1 ,I-f:z1fsz:t1,1v4w -' fr fn xv wifi!! W x 'MW' " sfJ1v.':2: ART CLUBUFRONT ROW? SP011501' MY- Uf3SkY, Barbara Mueller, Cail Bartoloniei, Cheryl Provencal, Ami LHPUTS,5CTTCtil1'Y1l1diil1Cll0b0l,ViCC'PfCSidCl1l Catherine Voller, Dianne Zack, Patricia Stevens. Cfifl Madsell, Pfesidcllf Klllhy Cfihiillills TTCUSUTST TIIIRD ROW: Linda Kenneth, Patricia Salak,joanna Colette Peters, Patricia Lorek, Sponsor Miss Martin. -Iufas,xI0g111AI0SEfCl1Uk,j621I1 Vlk, Barbara Stetz,Cindv SIQCOND ROW: Carol Thompson, .Iudith Mayer, Valek, Bonnie Christie. FOURTH ROXV: Nikkijean Wessel, Debra Berk, Sandy Bergstrand, Denise Ilolz- wart, Stephan Zupkas,,Iol1n Flowers, Sandra Reisser, Ioan Martin, liva klanousek, Susan Sasuta, Interest groups encourage creativity ART CLUB, 011e of R-B's new clubs, kept busy with field trips to Old Town and the Art Institute, a pumpkin carving con- test, holiday parties, and creative window USHER CLUB--FRONT ROW: Delores Trpisovsky, Susan Cold, Secretary-Treasurer Nedra Koepke, IIead Usher .Iulie Carlson, Sponsor Mrs. Berry, President Cindy Madeja, Lynn Kolar, Christine Kaitje, Isinene Medenis. SECOND ROW: Patricia Kite, Deborah displays. Enthusiastic junior and senior girls ac- tively participated in USHER CLUB by Couzin, Marlene Porak, Cayle Setton, ,Ianice Kubik, Debra Vosecky, Christine Francis, Marcia johnson, Kathleen Jonas, Karen Brandt, Linda Slater. TIIIRD ROW: I.enita Kiepura, Susan Kamba, Laura Fagan, Dianne Bonoino, Karen Berk, Patricia McNulty, lili- giving their time and service. These girls greeted play-goers and handed out pro- grams at school events, such as concerts, plays, and Coininencenient. zabeth liolding, ,Iudith Furstoss, Diane Durst, 'Ioan Deutschniann, Kathleen Blei. FOURTII ROW: Carole Kowalczyk, Renee Cialdine, julie Sorenson, Cail Pi- telka, Diane Sehieve, Barbara Mulder, Carolyn Stan- ek, jessica Paul, joan Moorehouse, Carol Pycha. 24 MASQUE AND WIC--FRONT ROW: Prop Manager Karen Bozzo, Treasurer Randy Zarn, Vice-President Candace Stewart, President Carl Madsen, Publicity Manager Colette Peters, Secretary james Mcllachey. SECOND ROW: Kurt Christoff, Annette Volpe, David Denemark, Patricia jenkins, Susan Zenger, Elizabeth Holding, Nancy Kriz, Marcia Franczak, Catherine Bruce, Donn Mukensnable. THIRD ROW: Virginia Cotta, Nancy Abel, Terese Kotek, Cordon Stanley, Sandra Fischer, Linda Jacohsen,BarbaraBa1ta,Allan Madsen, Dana Stewart. FOURTH ROW: Robert Som er, Kenneth Vetrovec, James Kriz, David Kanelos Ellen Shilt, Ami Lapins, Patricia Frank, Darcy Dvor- ak, Nancy DiLullo, janet Souders, Kevin McCormick. ind promote specialized services MASQUE AND WIC, R-B's oldest or- matic club presented "The Unexpected ganization, celebrated its fiftieth anniver- Guest" and "The Late Christopher Bean" sary this year with a dinner for many in the fall and spring. Tormer members and sponsors. The dra- LIGHTING CREW--Allen Debraal, Wayne Zawila, Kiflhafd Hffifl, RiCh2l1'd Old, Sponsor Mr. Stvan. Having acquired much new equipment this year, LIGHTING CREW members created a more effective stage for plays and shows. KEVIN MCCORMICK, as Inspector Thomas, ob- serves suspicious actions in other cast members. 125 Flying, riding, and hobbies stimulate SKI CLUB--FRONT ROXV: Kathleen Janslcy, Kath- leen Jonas, Kathleen Richards, Sponsor Mrs. Heller, Vice-President Chris Whetten, President Michael To- schak, Secretary Christine Johnson, Treasurer Pa- tricia Waitek, Rosemarie Mondike, Darlene Milo. SECOND ROW: Patricia Laureto, Bonnie Canavera, HOBBY CLUB--FRONT ROW: President Dennis Rei- siger, James Domzalski, Secretary-Treasurer Michael Bruzek. SECOND ROW: Vice-President Dale Sutor, Edward Jana, Anthony Hodonsky, Frederic Kuzel, Donald Najemnik. Laura Christen, Bonnie Kovanic, Christine Kubistant, Andrea Schindalga, Sarah Olmstead, Susan Hahian, Bonnie Kostka, Michele Deieon, Katherine Jetter. THIRD ROW: Lenita Kiepura, Julie Carlson, Jody Chlumsky, Barbara Tobias, Joan Selimos, Jenice Jones, Susan Hahn, Lora Coulson, Barbara Steven- SKI CLUB, BRIDLE AND SADDLE, and HOBBY CLUB all encouraged in- terest in varied extracurricular activities. son, Janis Klasek, Martha Haughton, Mary Cumr FOURTH ROW: William Utermark, Christine Jol son, Nancy Tepavchevich, David Kanelos, Way Sieloflf, Glenn Churan, Lloyd Windham, Ellen Sni lak, Gail Pitelka, John Crib, Toby Tobias. Members developed skills under capali instruction. 26 BRIDLE AND SADDLECLUB--FRONTROW: Renee Zelenka, Secretary Valerie Hunt, Vice-President Paula Janis, Sponsor Mrs. Borowski, President Mary Ni- Castro, Treasurer Deborah Paget, Betsy Schalk, Deb- ra Krems. SECOND ROW: Norma Swierk, Carol Shotola, Judith Shibley, Jan Miller, Marie Mosna, Sharon Schoonover, Nancy Dilrullo, Marcia Kubi Judith Boehnert, Darcy Dvorak, Claudia Potuz THIRD ROW: Vivien Pacold, Patricia Kubis, GJ Bauer, Pamela Rowland, Janice Mursky, Margue- Conko, Mark Johnson, Karen Ievin, Jill Frou Marsha Trieglaff. student interest and participation LYING CLUB!-FRONT ROW: Sponsor Mrs. Boehm, ail Grib, Wayne Zawila, Secretary Linda MacDon- ld, Jacqueline Novak, President john Crib, Ami Due to student interest in aeronautics, L.B.'s FLYING CLUB was formulated mis year. It proved to be a popular or- ,anization by drawing a large and en- nusiastic membership. l IFLE CLUB--FRONT ROW: Philip Grosshenrich, uy Scott, Steven Behrens, William Beres, Thomas zterson, Donald Maresh, Robert Maresh, Richard ero, Thomas Hullihan. SECOND ROW: Richard Jehla, Edward Milewski, Michaellfaraci, David Cur- e, Leonard Palis, Sharon Radigan, Daniel Vosecky, Lapins, Vice-President William Utermark, Marguerite Gonko, Treasurer Lloyd Windham, Nancy Smrz. SECOND ROW: Roy Ferguson, John Stelton, jon R.B.'s RIFLE CLUB gave many stu- dents an opportunity to practice and im- prove their marksmanship. Under the su- pervision of Mr. Fee, members alsolearned to care for and handle common firearms correctly. james Skvaril, Stephen Denemark, Sponsor Mr. Fee. THIRD ROW: Scott Noftz, David Morgan, Howard Novotny, Edwin Hetman, Michael Bruzek, James Bohl, Dennis Kletecka, Edward Danihel, Thomas Foertsch, Leonard Serituk, Kenneth Ciezynski, Roy Fergusen. W - 1.-1-,V Kostal, Edward Jana, Gunnar Allison, Ronald Ne- mec, Frank Vitale, Stephen Marcus, Michael Zadny. While providing members with a re- laxed atmosphere, CHESS CLUB helped both new and old members alike to prac- tice and improve their playing skills and strategy. CHESS CLUB--SEATED: President James Filip, Mi- chael Holland, Richard Dacey, james Hulacek, Sec- retary-Treasurer Steven Sterba. STANDING: Roger Filip, Richard Milo, Sponsor Mr. Swanson, James Brownold. 127 Underclasses 128 W HHH l29 unior Class fi., V . lynn '1lm.....,. 'l"ll.--1 Www-at It JUNIORS PAUL Urbanski and Verna Peroutka portray the Tin Man and Dorothy at the junior Class Dance, "A Trip to Oz," as the cowardly lion, Phil Kushenbach, looks on. uniors seriously consider future 1968 was indeed a year of motion for R-B juniors. Always moving ahead and striving for excellence, the class of 1969 diligently planned and worked on various fund raising projects such as the ever popular bermuda day, various bake sales, and a fashion show, so that they could sponser a memorable prom. This year,the scene of the prom was the Cotillion Room of the Continental Plaza Hotel, which pro- vided an exciting night, not soon to be forgotten, by those who attended. Another highlight of the year was the junior class turnabout dance, "A Trip to Oz." Careful planning and preparations helped to make it an unforgettable evening. The year of 1968, however, was not just a year of sheer enjoyment for the junior class. They, as other junior classes before them, discovered that along with the prestige that comes with being an upperclassman, also come new responsi- bilities and tasks. juniors were now faced with the tedious job of taking numerous college tests, and studying,American liter- ature and History. Many of the new upper- classmen also attended the annual Wash- ington trip. 30 JUNIOR CLASS OFFIC ERS--FRONT ROW: Secretary kalski, Sponsor Mr. Kotlar,BusinessManager Sharon Katherine jetter, Vice-President Carol Boike. SECOND Holub. ROW: President Paul Urbanski, Treasurei' Peter Dur- Tw 'll I iw V'V,V- 2 FOURTH ROW: Susan Bland, Kathy Blei, Carl Block, Karen Bodnar, Judy Boehnert, Carol Boike, Mary Bonis, Thomas Bork FIFTH ROW: Gregory Boysen, Ste- ven Braarn, Richard Brandeis, Karen Brandt, Lynn Braun, Richard Briggs, Joanne Brothers, jude Brothers vocadons SIXTH ROW: Michael Bruzek, Wil- liam Butler, Dean Cada, Diane Cala- scibetta, William Calvert, Bonnie Ca- navera, LaurelCannon,jamesCardelli siaVi1N'i'H ROW: -ludith Chafvat, Ei. len Chejlava, Robert Cherry, Debra Chesnowitz, Laura Christen, Bonnie Christie, Denise Clark, Ianet Clericus FIRST ROW: Cheryle Albrecht, Sar- ah Allison, Gayle Anderson, Richard Anderson, Theodore Augustyn, Ste- ven Ayres, Perry Baltazor, Kathleen Baran SECOND ROW: Charles Barda, Clau- dia Barnes, Randall Barthel, CailBar- tolomei, Susan Bass, David Batka, Robert Baumrucker, Kathleen Bayle THIRD ROW: Charlene Beattie, Da- vid Bednar, joyceBelieff, Virginia Ben- sem an, Thomas Bensfield, Karen Berk, Daniel Berkos, Rosemarie Bialas at Career Conference day EIGHTH ROW: Mary Confray, Gail Coovling, Robert Cortesi, Lora Coul- son, Michael Courtney, Gayle Crawley, Robert Cuda, Patrick Cunningham NINTH ROW: lee Dabkey, Michele Deleon, Sally DeMent, Darlene De- Nava, Deborah DeTorrice, Joan Deutschmann, Vicki Diarnond,Wendy Dombrow TENTI-I ROYV: Richard D On 0 V an, john Dowell, Richard Downs, joan Dropka, jerome Dudzik, Peter Durka- lski, Diane Durst, Darcy Dvorak 13 I . 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F, F 'N rf' "fs, lg if 'fi' -iri I " FIRST ROW: Barbara Egger, David Elmer, Thomas lisenther, Linda Ev- ans, Michael Faraci, Margaret Farber, Therese Farnham, john Fecarotta SECOND ROW: Michael Feeney, james Fellen, Lynn Fencl, Roy Fergu- son, Denise Fiorda, Nancy Fischer, Richard Fliger, john Flowers THIRD ROW: Kathleen Fluekiger, Di- ane Forst, Dale Foster, Gary Fowlie, Lawrence Frait, Christine Francis, jo- anne Frank, William Frank 2 - If W I if .f 1 '34 -11,4 , ,- f -fi Kr H, 4 B, l '-I.f-. -V 5, F unior Class sponsors an enchanting SIXTH ROW: Donna Hamilton, Pa- tricia Hange, john Hantak, james Harshman, Robert Harvey, William Hedberg, john Heidrich, Michael Hejt- manek SEVENTH ROVV: Mary-Anne Helle- rud, Laurel Helmboldt, Robert Herl- ien, Robert Hintz, Elizabeth Holding, john Holly, janice Holmgren, Sharon Holub ig Y ji -35, I k 1312 59- 5 ,gas 5, -ww' ,- zr, Q, knit: R K Ah E . .Ai-X, I ' AFI H E iw Q, 2 fn "' I 'w i ,I Q33 .,F,, FFF. ,AVIAV I it ,F ,,,a , V F,,, , ,U .. ,, .F,., , , F F V ' 1 ' -:- -. ' - e F 'Q 35-Sp-if L ""' j I Q za Q, W, - F .. , ---- F em rt., H ' ' I F 1 F, .ab Q V -- ' ' f A "' ,.F .q fff ii M F- -F F F I 1 "FF FFFF F F e k ,F F rk W Fyk 5 - - -F, QQV I -, I .4 L F :iii :i i iii ::: FF F F FF F,,F F e c . : t ee fa i'F F ---. F "'- '-'f FF F FF "e" "1 F F ,F F F if N H 3 K Q ,FF, 4 I F , jg, E 132 EIGHTH ROW: john Homan, Mir iam Horn, Donna Hornburg, Pau Hosso Susan Hosticka Arthur Hu gon, joseph Inserro, Thomas Izzo NINTH ROW: Dianej acklin, Barbar acobson Glenn ames Edward ana Paula janis, Eva janousek, ane an sen, Kathleen jansky TENTH ROVV: Nancy jarzembsk james jaska, Carol jaynes, Marjori jelinek, Alan jirsa, Cynthia jirs Christine johnson, Gwyneth johnso X- : :: z J.. .FF,, 2 A -up F V Avv. F-5 by I F ."l ' I - I I I I I sg 5 FIRST ROW: Marcia johnson, Mark johnson, Warren johnson, Donald Ionas, john Jonas, jean joseph, Greg- ory Josephs, Keith Julian SECOND ROW: William Kamper, Carol Kandlik, Daniel Kapsa, Mi- chael Karasek, joann Karczynski, John Kasik, Brian Kasl, William Kas- ten TIIIRD ROVV: John Katsis, Neil Keli- her, Jack Kent, Susan Kenyon, Thom- as Kesman, Mark King, George Kla- sek, Glen Klecka l FOURTH ROW: Michael Kleinmeyer, Dennis Kletecka, Robert Klockner, Karl Kluek, Marie Klump, Marlene Knepple, Fredrick Koenig, Matthew Kolar FIFTH ROVV: Ruth Koncos, Frank Konvalinka, jon Kostal, Lori Ko- tarba, Sharon Kralik, john Krato- chvil, William Kratochvil, Judith Krause prom night at Continental Plaza Hotel JEAN KRUEGER harmonizes to "The Shepherd's JUNIOR RANDY Zarn muses overapuzzling reply, CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM enlightens Marcia Song." Garstka. l33 elle FIRST ROW: Kathleen Krebs, Nona Krill, Carla Krivanek, Wendy Kriz, Kathryn Krubel, jean Krueger, jan- ice Kubik, Deborah Kubis 00 fre A if ti SECOND ROW: Christine Kubistant, joseph Kuhta, Laurie Kuncl, Keith Kurzeja, Philip Kushenbach, Netti Kushim, Karen Kutska, Roger Kuy- pers THIRD ROW: Richard Kviz, Mariel Kweton, Margaret Labotka, Darlene Lalfrenere, Curt Lambert, Brian Lang, Gregory Lascola, Carol Lentine FOURTH ROW: Patricia Lorek, Vic- toria Lukas, john Mader, DonaldMa- dick, Nancy Magda, Richard Maly, Theresann Mandarich, Stephen Mar- cus FIFTII ROW: Robert Maresh, Vicki Martin, David Masterson, Edward M atejka, Linda Mathews, Robert Ma- tuska, Nancy Maver, Marilyn M azac gigs I if Q ' 2, wt? - 5 ,Z A ' iaia so , 'x ml Couples walk yellow brick road . " EIGHTH ROW: Donn Mukensnable, janice Murphy, Richard Mylak, Bri- an Nelson, William Nelson, Ronald Nemec, Conrad Nenn, Richard Nero 1151 Zi 31 Q M513 5 ., 'f :ez . M 1 Q If I NINTH ROW: Robert Nicastro, Ro- M fi betta North, Roger Nothnagel, Terry ,v , Notko, Cheryl Novak, Dave Novak, A if Laurie Novak, Veronica Novakovic ' ,.,... ,.., H ,,:-,.,.-. x A- X ,vv V aff TENTH ROW: Nancy Novotny, Nel- f i .- -D x,,,.-I I son Nuding, Richard Old, james On- e deck, Michael Opper, Willard Ott, "" i I Nancy Ottens, Gary Overholt ' 134 SIXTH ROW: Michael McCarthy, Katherine McCann, Mark McKean, Patricia McNulty, Cynthia Meier, Rob- ert Mestek, Ellen Michalek, Thomas Mikulka 9 1, a 'ilu t it 5 , 2 pls' 7 T 1 jf: g,:,5,,, -if :gf 0 2 SEVENTH ROW: S u s an Misare, james Miskell, Charles Mitch, Patricia Monaco, David Morgan, Brian Mor- iarty, Michael Motycka, Deborah Mueller an 5 if it Eli f- FIRST ROW: Deborah Paget, David Q A Papanek, Timothy Parker, Jessica E Paul, Michael Peluso, Gail Pendl, Ver- , ek fr na Peroutka, Sandra Pesek H g Q if if Q N r ig SECOND ROW: Colette Peters, Larry Peterson, Michelle Peterson, Patricia Peterson, Sylvia Peterson, james Pet- rousek, Beverly Petrovic, Rodd Pet- 'awp 'Q' Z, rucha 3 1,595 ' ,gi 1 5,3151 .,,. .:.,., ,.,' , , EE,-::g55i:gg,::E,:i .utz il- ..,..,,.,,, V ..,. , Q . ,'i' Y THIRD Row: William Phillips, Rob. it ,"x ert Pinc, Glenn Pinta, Gail Pitelka, S . " S ": "'ttt 1 ' Thomas Plaiske- Loffame Polak, Lau' ,',:---"" Z 'Z' C 'V fin 2575 ris Poleck, Claudia Potuznik 'S rt e T V " W ,rv-1 A':' FOURTH ROW: Sherry Poulos, Shel- ' iff V4 al :" ' lee Powers, Nanc' Prelesnik, Mark ' W ' W ff 2 A Pucci, Lawrence Puccini, Carol Pycha, WWE!! ., .,gS William Quitmeier, Nunzio Radoguo 'l" FIFl'll ROW: Rosalie Rajnys, Ronald Rankin, Pamela Ratkovich, Dolores Retek, Paula Rich, Philip Richardson, Deborah Ricksecker, Robert Rimdzius o . - C f . . J J mto ,IUHIOF dance A trtp to Cz MEMBERS OF a junior homemaking course obviously delight their guest Miss Harris with an excellent meal and gracious hospitality. Wifi at W'i"twW,Mm,Wm A A 0 4 VKAVV 135 FIRST ROW: Joan Rodgers, Bennett Romolt, Linda Rose, Pamela Rowland, Patrick Rusk, Ralph Russell, Brenda Ryski, Charles Rysz SECOND ROW: Mary Salach, Nancy Saleny, Jeffrey Sapinski, Diane Schi- eve, Andrea Schindalga, Judy Schlan, Grant Schmitz, Patrick Schuler THIRD ROW: Jerry Schultz, Pamela Schwass, Frank Scibior, Richard Search, Gary Sedlacek, Nancy Segin, Thomas Seifert, Cynthia Seles rrtsr , ,.,.,,,,:r, , ,:i' r J ,,.yg 1' I --r-- r SIXTH ROW: Peter Smetana, Brad- ford Smith, Carol Smith, Harry Smith, Cynthia Smrz, Nancy Smrz, Michael Snoble, Judy Sobol SEVENTH ROVV: Steven Solfa, Ally- son Somerfield, Lynn Sordel, Julie Sor- enson, Jerry Souta, Martin Spatz, Douglas Spick, Michele Spleha EI GIITH ROW: Linda Stader, Carolyn Stanek, Jerry Stanhibel, Gordon Stan- ley, Mary Steineke, Anton Sterba,John Stevens, Dana Stewart 136 Enthusiastic juniors experience if -1 FOURTII ROW: Howard Selig, Karl Senser, Jan Sestak, Timothy Shea, Sherry Sicinski, Richard Simpson,Wil- liam Sinadinos, William Sitter FIFTH ROW: Cathy Skala, Patricia Skibinski, Sandra Skirment, Gary Sla- dek, Linda Slater, Lawrence Slavicek, Francine Smaha, Ellen Smatlak NINTH ROW: Lawrence Stlaske ry Stone, Roy Strejc, Muretta hecker, Louise Strysick, Judy Sharon Suma, Dale Sutor TENTH ROW: Daniel Svoboda, Dal Swingle, Mary Teichman, Nancy Tc pavchevich, Therese Terrazino, Mi chael Thompson, Steve Tillotson Jacalyn Tonelli enjoyable and educational Washington trip FIRST ROW: Linda Torrison, Gail Tortorici, Delores Trpisovsky, Bar- bara Uhlich, Charmaine Urban, Patil Urbanski, William Utermark, Steven Vacha SECOND ROW: Mary Vacherlon, Robert Valenta, Peter Valentino, Kar- en Vandermey, Nancy Vanek, Mary VanOrt, Amelia Varrassi, Charles Ve- prek THIRD ROW: Deborah Vlcek, An- nette Volpe, Debra Voseeky, Richard Voss, Rudolph Vrbsky, Karen Vuj- Lech, Richard Vyborny, Carla Vydra FOURTH ROW: Linda Vyhnanek, Pa- :ricia Waitek, David Wasz, Bruce Watt, Michael Weber, Penelope Weider, Chris Whetten, Barbara Wilson FIFTH ROW: Lloyd Windham, Daniel Wojtowicz, Larry Wulfers, Christine Young, Patricia Youngsma, Jerrold Zack, Michael Zadny, Carl Zamecnik SIXTH ROW: Randall Zarn, Wayne Ilasadil, Wayne Zawila, Kathleen Ze- nan, David Zidlicky, Darlene Zier- iiss, Anthony Zupkas WOT PICTURED: Bonnie Beverly, Mark hael Cumby, David Dohrmann, Mark Cl Ierzberg, Dale Hesley, Katherine letter, ohn Kelly, Mark King, Kenneth Kon iraft, Kristine Kuchar, Philip Little, Jo Villiam Mazalis, Richard McCachey, Martin Mullen, 7 Kenneth Niemiec, Henry Palmer, Thomas Peterson, lobert Price, Donna Raucci, Lynn Reisser, Margaret Lcott, David Simpson, David Starkovich, Gary Stej- kal, Marsha Trieglaff, Frank Vitale, Nancy Wallwin IIUNIOR CLASS swim students are afforded a few moments relaxation before returning to the demands of precise and rhythmic formations. l37 Sophomore Class SHOWING THEIR school spirit and joining in the weekend fun, energetic sophomore girls join the Homecoming paradeline-up with their Beceus entry, "Whip 'em!" Sophomores learn Hbehind the wheel, Faced with the challenge of change in their second year at R-B, the class of 1970 displayed leadership in athletics as well as in academic courses. This year's sophomores saw members of their class fighting to uphold R-B's traditions in ath- letics, classrooms, and organizations. As the sophomore boys competed in athletics, the girls in Beceus sold porcorn to the spectators. During school, they resumed their pursuit of knowledge in such fields as chemistry, geometry, and literature. They were stumped by chemistry calcu- lations, bewildered and fascinated by Tale of Two Cities. Social activities role in their lives annual dance with the freshmen. They by geometry proofs, the symbolism in A also played a large as they planned the earned money for the Prom by sponsoring dances, bake sales, and a concert. Al- though they lost the Bundle Drive to the seniors, they strove vigorously for its suc- cess. As the class of '70 worked, they gained knowledge and experience that will establish a sound fixture and will guide them to a progressive year as upper class- men. 38 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS--SEATED: Presi- Jerry Pisani, 'Treasurer Frank Vydra, Secretary Pe dent Yvillialll Earl. STANDING: BuSi11CSS llarlager Sainati, Vige-Pfesidentjoseph Boggio, FIRST ROW: Nancy Abel, Bruce Ada t ,,....,.. Q dleman, Georgiana Ade, Elizabeth Ahl- 'Ly'A i ' '- gren, Linda Ahlstedt, David Anderson, Iames Anderson, joan Anderson SECOND ROW: Richard Anderson, ann Ashby, Ruth Aton, Robert Ayles- worth, Barbara Babinec, Linda Baka, Lynne Bard, William Barkstrom THIRD ROW: Barbara Barnes,M ary Bartik, Sharon Bass, Karl Bassler, Vlark Bayner, Mark Beery-Polglase, Steven Behrens, Allen Bender -.-I: X W ff aawigy , , F ,ww W 4- , L . giiew Lil 55513 i Q , A ,. , Q L ,.,., . .,,.,.,,., J . , I mV,AVV ,..,, .. .,,.. . A ...A 7 , 2, ,... 1 , ,.Z' w w. .I j ,,,, 2 iw Q -' - f , - 1., 1 - - E.. -:--' iv :E 5:3325 l"' ik I U '.. V , t .- - " " ' B -.- 1 Q? e "': i --', "i:i i I I ' V J "" , , --Vr-1Q-VQ--- --"- ' " y .. Q ee we . . f-if . 2 ' I , . I , 2 3? li E , '.,. in ,:,. X iii, ,S ., ',A' if I Q i " J.: I Wg QQHH, ww .,.,, we 5 ? if ,wa sh I ,:,-- L. V, ' ,,,.. Q' , K H N, Q 7 . ,W 1, V lllv c, ...---- rl xg - .,-. : : . if .,.,. E '-'-'-- 5 ,-.: D , ,-1, 1 -, ,,x 4 V N - 1 ...J '-5: l'7ii if i E FOURTH RoW1BmmaBen5ndd, V AHH: f. pm Lynn Bergman, Sandra Bergstrand, li xg ? 5 Paul Bermann, Nancy Bernhardt, it I , , r,,, , James Berousek, Barbara Best, Pa- ' " ' iEf'1-1?l "f. Ein. ' ' Q tricia Bestler 1 techniques in driverjs ed SIXTH ROW: james Bohl, jackBone, Iim Bone, Edward Bourn, Pamela Bou- ska, Richard Bowker, Karen Bozzo, Van Branson SEVENTH ROW: Nancy Brezina,jac- ueline Bright, Ronald Brouwers, Lin- a Brox, Lynne Bruggen, Brian Bru- rette, Barbara Burel, Audrey Busta EICHTH ROW: Mary Cahanin, james Calvert, Christine Campagna, Diane ampagna, Roben Campagna, james annataro, Richard Cecchi, Robert epek Y Y Q g3QQl I ' ' ' " I ' I , h H Q W ta - ,:.,,. x ' I 1Y.k,f, f : - . ,. 12 :i'i- 2 ' A 1 ,,, A r-:--' f ff f. I ai 355i gi, WWQI W R5 4' .Ja ' iiiiferilkv W W. E .Qu Classes 'Q' FIFTH ROW: Jacqueline Biermann, james Bigane, Richard Bil1ik,james Blaa, David Blei, Leo Bochnia, Pam- ela Bodnar, joseph Boggio r, .,W,n , ,aWM. ,Mgt , Q it 2, A -, .- . ' has I i -V-U gm, S.,- Rf' .,,.. .4 Z., L y ,.,, . , ,,., N,m,, ,?g,fQ ,Q at Ei -e-- '- 'W - L, 1 5 - A ' 1 . : ti A if in' ,ir W t sy, ,Q ""' ',, ,, A 5- Mfr I 3 : Ewwme ,WMF ywru mass -: -- IQIV I- R ,Ag 1 5.4 I I rg, NINTH ROW: Nancy Chappatta, ggi: r Thomas Chase, Cary Chensky, Jody ,. A-,. '7'b5'sK 4 Chlumsky, Daniel Christensen, Glenn ,A if Churan, Suzanne Cidell, john Clark A i A 5 F , 3 W Q , 5 'VW 51 i - I 3 yr if 9 S if TENTH ROW: Robert Clark, Gerri Collins, William Confray, PeterCook- ingham, Benjamin Costello, Michael Coughenour, Richard Cregar, Mary Cumby 139 FOURTH ROW: Deborah Dvorak, William Earl, Phyllis Edwards, Thom- as Eisenmann, Larry Emard, Sheryl Enns, Cort Esenther, Bonnie Exner FIFTH ROVV: Nancy Exner, Judy Fal- coner, Elizabeth Ferry, Constance Fi- ala, Nikki Fillicaro, Sandra Fischer, Barbara Fleming, Robert Fleming SIXTH ROW: Thomas Foertsch, Lin- da Foran, Vicki Foreman, Kenneth Frait, Marcia Franczak, Chet Frank, Nancy Friedl,ji1l Froula SEVENTH ROW: Peggy Garst, jo- seph Gasperic, Elizabeth Geiger,Chris- topher George, Robert Gibson, john Ciesecke, Ralph Glaza, Marguerite Gonko EIC-HTH ROW: Audrey Gonzalez, Randy Goodge, Claudette Gosling, Richard Greenman, Pamela Groff, Cary Gruhlke, Rome Cuidice, Sharon Gunia Julius Caesar and A Tale of TW FIRST ROW: Ralph Cunningham, Da vid Currie, Deborah Cvetezar, Valerie Czaplak, james Daley, LawrenceDan ber, james Dancik, Susan Danielson SECOND ROVV: Edward Danihel Kathleen Danuser, Barbara Daunor as, Rhonda Day, Kathleen Deal,Alle: Debraal, Adrienne DelSenno, Davin Denemark THIRD ROW: Donna Denk, Rober DeQueredo, M ark Doemland,Willian Domansky, William Donar, SIISHI Donley, Thomas Donovan, Bruci Duval fi, ,. ,I - ,, , .I Q ..., ., qzul i U D, B ' -r.'2 - I i::: e rer rrr : i: : : :: L: - : , er raaa ' 1 Qnr, Q " le I 40 NINTH ROVV: Susan Habian, nette Hack, Susan Hahn, Hange, Mary Harms, Susan son, Philip Harte, Christine Havel TENTH ROW: Suelleard, Don He ston, Richard Hein,john Helfrich, Sc Henderson, Florence Henning, L2 rence Herbst, Marvin Hetzel as I g ' it ,M iff, is 'stale 'E' " " -Mi - - . 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' '1 1 1 I "Ti tk, 'ifli - I :s:' 155413 K, ,n, FOURTH ROW: Patriciajenkins, Mar- lene jindra, Larryjirsa, Christinejolin- son, jeniee jones, Leslie jones, joan Iosefchuk, William joseph FIFTH ROW: joanna juras, Daniel Iustinich, William Kanz, Michael Kay- se, Kathryn Kemp, Paul King, Gre- gory Kiser, Susan Klasek SIXTH ROVV: Paul Klecka, Mark IKlein, Paul Knack, Nancy Koca, Dan- iel Kolarik, Patricia Kolarik, Debbie Kosik, Bonnie Kostka Cities challenge IERRY PISANI demonstrates his ability on the parallel bars. .5 if A I'I ':': E'?:"': v,... 4 FIRST ROW: Richard Hiatt, Timothy Hicks, james Ilieber, Melinda Hill- mer, Patricia Hitt, James Hlavacek, Michael Hobart, Anthony Hodonsky SECOND ROW: Sandra I'lolfeld,Den- ise Ilolzwan, Dianne Holzwart, Paul Homola, Lorraine Hopkins, Thomas Hosack, Susan Ilromek, Roger Hru- ska THIRD ROW: RODCITIIUTTIHHHRIZIIHCS Ilybl, Michael Iacovetti, Carolynjahn, Barbara janecek, Susan jarzembski, Leighton avid, Betty jeffrey 5 l ., ..., ..,..,..,,. . :.1-2: -,:- : apt I-ee-,,:Z 1. .'g:":':Zf.' 1.1 :v get .,., ., "" mix Q -'-' --'-- r , - ,-,. : 5,1-.f gf.s5g1'g:y1.1'. -'-5. z5!f-:q-g-g-.gf.,.- 3 Wigan ,,,,, I ',:.:::-:-' Debi m l ---f , - ,,, we Tw A gigs .. ..,. ,.,, Q .,,. , ---"' , ' ' ,.., ggi Nil? ,. 1 " iss V 1 I .. ,, 2 P t 5 . -- ,. J --'-, - F A " . ' the class of D70 RICHARD ROCK heads for his next class on Bermuda Day. m 14 4 in -2271? , V grim - -mg PK 4 45 " RW! Q ,A - . , i- , -I E.-ei: 'I'IIRID ROW: I'hyllis Kubilc, Patricia Kubis, Raymond Kucaba, Karen Ku- cera, Christine Kudrna, Eugene Kush- lIll,kI21l1CI Kutchan, Frederic Kuzel FOl7R'l'II ROW: MarkLahue,Michael Lally, Steven Lamb, Patricia Lamonica, Ami Lapins, Calvin Lash, jean Le- Cros, ,Ieanne Lehuta FIFI'II ROW: Cynthia Ieslie, Karen Levin, Timothy Lewe, Robert Lind, Connie Listak, jennifer Loro, Ruth Los- sin, Larry Lynch FIRST ROW: George Kostris, Law rence Kotevia, Deborah Kottel, Mi chael Kovanda, Mary Kozelka, Ken- neth Koxik, .Ianet Kraft, Claudia Kra- loves SICCOND ROW: William Kravcar Barbara Krebs, Debra Krems, Nancy Krivanek, Connie Kroh, Fred Krubel Lawrence Krueger, Diane Kuba gf' Xi SIX III ROW Brett Magnuson C hri 'XI irc intonio Richard Xlarcinkow sk Iielorw Xlarcont Donald 'llarebh 5 san XI lresh Partners swing to lively Squares If L K l 3 1 5, I MUQ ft? J S2515 1 AI' ,W , NINIII ROW: jerry Michalek, Carol Michalowski, Richard Mikes, Thomas Miller, Rosemarie Mondike, Donna Moore, Roxanne Morrow, Glen Mottl i 3 if-f I tr 2' ,. F ,,, ,,,.,, it 'l'l'IN'l'II ROIYZ Cary Mulac, Jennie Mulkey, Antonette Murray, William Murrin, Donald Musil, Francine Mu- sil, Donald Najeinnik, Christopher Nantus 2 511 is 4 , 5 M if 1 Sl XI N III ROW Sarah Marshal Raxmond Xiartinek Rickx Xiatis XI trx NI itouselt Robert XI ttuwek dith Md the Barbara Xlcl arth XI try Nici inn lm 'Xlichtel 'Xlcliecm Dnld Xledna sltx D lN1ClXI6lI1LI' I.1I1dZlXIClI1IxC Ro ert Melka Sanclee Michal CaroIMiC a L tr 5' I at , I i ,fy 1 H if Q H' ,gr ., tine Mahr Richard Mingano Donn .agua .1 1,1 ICICI I'l'Il ROW: Man reen McLaug I-k l .J ,M 3 ,W , 0 FlRS'l' ROW: Ilenry Napolitan, Lynn Neller, Le slie Noble, Steven Nord- strom, Linda Novak, Ronald Novak, Gregory Novie, Thomas Nufert Sl'1COlYD ROW: Kenneth O'Conner, Sarah Olnlstead, Kenneth Olson, Mi- chael Opat, Carl Ostby, Craig Osthy, Thomas Overholt, Charles Owen THIRD ROW: Lawrence Owen, Bar- bara Paaske, Vivien Pacold, jane Paige, Leonard Palis, Keene Palmer, Jerry Patchett, Deborah Paul B mil ::,,:5-MW ---- , . ...,,.. 15.5, FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Pavlin, Carol Peary, Mary Perkins, Richard Peter- son, Helen Phillips, Edessa Pick, Phil- ip Pienkos, jerry Pisani : Zi.:-E3-5:--LII-: ' - 1:12 . t N 3 t Egg., Q' Q of 4, 52 L -. at . , p - :mag-jwie We A+ ---'- s W L 1 ra.. X' ,Q ' 4 1 Ta- as 1 ,., .. as 5:-:a :.: Q1-is '- L. ,.... '- nb A' ' z s 'as dances in sophomore P.E. classes SIXTH ROW: jay Price, Susan Prin- .y, Amy Rammaclier, William Raus- zhert, David Reeder, Linda Regnier, Barbara Reiser, Sandra Reisser SEVENTH ROW: jack Richardson, Denise Ricksecker, Albert Rigon, Pa- ricia Rimkus, Richard Rock, Chris- ine Rohmann, Michael Rosati, Rich- 1rd Rosser FIFTH ROW: Joseph Pizzuto, Cheryl Plaza, Gary Pluta, George Pobuda, Sharon Podliska, Linda Porter, Judith Posejpal, Kenneth Prazak '1' 'Es t S, 5 1, 'Sig :qw H Q '35 sg, F gk W if P 1 - EICHTH ROW: August Russo, Erica Ruzicka, Roy Rylander, Perry Sain- P P ati, Sharon Sanborn,Richard Sanderx , ,f ,,, ,t sw, .sr ' a ,,.,,,,, . .,,.,.,, --,-, Z . .Q jon Schoonover, Judeane Schultz M. .. ,firm Q . K Q, . if: "Z fig? '53, ' Q.: ,.... aL Q lf: L H Qi 1 ' QL f ,, .:.. ai, 1, W, E ,: V ,-,za Y : R5 Sas 9 W M X. , 4 W M' if s IQ' f 3? ZW : its-:we 135,335 -. , - A gags K ,V ,V .,,. g ,Z ,k,., , , W -, 5' : Q . ., -Q -'vw AA 4 ww. i s--5 '75 1 NlN'l'H ROW: Steven Schultz, Cathy Schwarz, Donna Schwarz, Guy Scott, Nancy Sedivy, Barbara Sedlak, Kun Sedlock, joan Selimos TENTH ROW: john Selimos, Dale Senese, Leonard Serituk, Dwight Sher- man, Lawrence Shick, PaulShimandle, Kenneth Sieloflf Sandra Simak 143 QQ PAUL BERMANN Carefully gxamirres the resources gfR-P,'5 library, IRENE WULKOWICZ is ready for lunch after her morning classes. Sophomore Class officers plan a year FlRST ROW: john Simon, Thomas Sivak, Elizabeth Slack, William Slan- sky, Patricia Slater, Jean Slobodnik, Barbara Smajek, Mark Smith SECOND ROW: Wendy Smith, Pam- ela Sodaro, Janis Soderholm, Robert Somer, Gerald Sonsikoski, William Soucek, Suzanne Souhrada, Marybeth Spizziri S V .,... Q .k ii gi TSO 4 Q is . J NE sm, n- 54 x An giilfili x as iff agrees .-.,:..,,::g...:g5,-:gg Z, ,V 5' 5 as '35 s 7' Qifflz B , if yi ' 'iliiii 'L s eg. rf Q , 4 we -1:2izafa-::si.-2- ' ' '-i5i...:-"1g71:.,'1 is 5 Q T qw M as if Rig 5 X . iw fi sera: - ' - 3 if 'T -r'-"' ' ' ' Q " T , . .... .. V .. .. ' " 1 " :, W 'rl '- " Lefgil,-Q 4. .-,v- svyiyal jteiks-' ' ' H' f V ' . V , " ' " ' , ' ' 'IZ , V - T.. ,fwfr-1 .ws-V A 15, iff' ., - . - ff -' airs f i .. 1 A - -' - 1 12,113 5 If ra 144 f ,. .. t A s ,V s.wg,,pi,ss- ,Q ,av ssf,,,sqWZ si"fmnm x ' ?b'Q is M as 1 M P? 155 K ll THIRD ROW: Christopher Stach, Ba bara Stetz, Kathleen Stevens eron Stewart, Anthony Stone, Stewart Storr janet Story, jerry Strasburg FOURTII ROW: Darlene Suchoc Carol Suhr, john Sullivan Mich Sullivan, Richard Svehla, Frederi Svitak, Larry Swingholm, Car Taylor FH"l'll ROW: joan Terselich, Ne Thompson, Barbara Tobias, Micha Todhunter, john Toland, janet To illo, Theresa Topol, Ronald Torris e I ,.., , I as OT PICTURED: Kirk Baker,Mary f F it 91 BONNIE ZIARKO stops to admire Linda Foran's birthday poster. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS lend color to the winter sports assembly. 7i,L i,,l K I s 3 kkyr p I 5 Y 1,-in w I .pl W 4 1: A ij ' :K ar ,tai H ,..., Q ,,.:, ,E . ,kk. .,,. . -I x QE r1" j :"' 2 , -- I f ' ,E "" fi " , .1 :" , . - "st .-12, ' ' 1:-1 , , . --',V, E Ei- - . L, .. v,, . . , ,..---l 52, - K qi :E '-...'-,:-:,--- Vp L. - - S gi x 'EF , Yr? K of diversified activities and projects FIRST ROW: Karen Tortorella, Rob- ert Toschak, Robert Tuider, Arthur Tuma, Fred Turek, Frank Uhlir, Su- san Urasky, Arthur Urban SECOND ROW: Francis Usis, Jenni- fer Vacek, Patricia Valenta, Nick Val- entino, Michael Valiga, Daniel Vejr, Michael Vendegna, joseph Vertuno THIRD ROW: Mark Vesely, Thomas yer Wig V va f Veverka, Diane Vlaclika, Denise Vl- ' Q .Ix I cek, jean Vlk, Robert Vodicka, Chris- li E K A " J tine Vogrig, Pamela Vojak f ff- f t Wq u .uf in ,. ,:, ,,, FOURTII ROW: jean Vondriska, San- ' I ., .V,.bA,. 3 ',,. dra Voss, Frank Vydra, Donna V yh- M Emi :,. --.-, ,fy ----- nanek, john Waechter, Garry Wallace, ,,: Q. ., Q I , Rebecca Wardrep, Michael Wareham , -f,, . -. A ,. sc h 3 - . ..A.,, F 3 .IE dw 5 ,, ..i., . ll A E: i has .Zi- L, EE, , IFIFTH ROW: Shirley vvasz, Nancy 3 5 p . , s s . Waugh, Dawn Werner, Robert Wer- ' ii my tin, Deborah Wessel, Nancy West, M I , IRid1ard Westhoff, Daniel Wirth . , At, A I El I SIXTH ROYV: Beth VVithers, Ann XVits- an, Diane Worell, Irene Wulkowicz, 'victor Zabelka, Donna Zack, Renee ef llelenka, Susan Zenger SEVEN TH ROW: Bonnie Ziarko, Bar- ara Zubak, Stanley Zupkas, Stephan supkas . '- T's...- ednar, Kurt Christoff, Larry Davis, obert Dennis, Alison Felix, Emily 'ina, Carol Ford, Kathryn Gabardy, lichael Gangitano, Thomas Ceds,Pa- rick Golden, Louis Hosek, Earl Kayes, Iichael Malik, joseph Maraccini, Debbie Mayo, Albert Migon, james Mikowski, Darlene Milo, Ierrie Mul- key, Richard O'Connor, Austine Pia- secki, john Six, Charles Smetak, Eric Sternberg, Robert Svadbik, Alvin Wilson fe, , , it at 'C' ig if ' i ,, , 5 'S i t : lt. f ,ia , if, K .A i I V . ..... .Q WM 45 Freshman Class AT THE annual Freshman Mixer, anyone living in a house with white shutters or meeting similar requirements, was able to sign his classmates' get acquainted questionaires. A6 New clubs, sports, and activities expand With anticipation and enthusiasm fresh- men began '68 in motion. Their first few hectic days were filled with remembering locker combinations, room numbers, and friend's names. Their first social event was the annual Freshmen Mixer sponsored by Student Council. Soon following was the election of class officers and Student Coun- cil representatives. In October they shared in the excitement and confusion ofHome- coming Weekend and experienced the agon- ies of float building. As part ofthe activi- ties accompaning the Sharclub Bundle Drive, Dave Farley and Bill Sherman tied as the freshmen's candidates for "King Bum." The freshmen further devoted their time to scholastic achievements. They faced up to the challenges ofalgebraic equations, explored symbolism in literature, and par- ticipated in various interest clubs and ser- vice organizations. Under the leadership of their class officers, the freshmen raised money for special projects. These projects promoted the development of the freshmen and prepared them for their years at R-B. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS--SEATED: Treasurer Sponsor Mr. Armour, Business Manager Scott Coop CI' Karen Kolar. STANDING: Secretary Emily Esenther, Vice-Presidentjames Hutcheson, PresidentWesley Porak FIRST ROW: Danny Ainscough, Mi- . chelle Alfirevic, Cunnar Allison, Susan nluvxbn H Allwood, Carol Andersen, livonne i t ' I . Anderson, Fay Andreas, 'l'hon1as An- , . ,: . , drys ' 2 if 2.53 E5: '-ff . SECOND ROW: Mary Antosiak, Lin- da Arigi, Williain Arndt, lilizabeth Arnold, Denise Babinsky,VirginiaBa- E H E ,Q la, Debra Baldi, Donna Bares I' I Ik 4 -55-Q -J .,.. 3- THIRD ROW: Robert Barnes, Joanne -g, Barrett, Barbara Barta, Ronald Barta, I H' I Debra Banolomei, John Bartunek,Jan Bassaloff, Grace Bauer J ,Zi B E X 1- is was ' Hal 1 sr, lg 'Eg 9 ,1aE. sa, I1' : '- g - . . '- k 'fvv 4 ,W 'Q Q, , ,X . t ei! I , U1 the interests ofthe freshman class fx FOURTH ROW: John Becker, Leonard Bednarczyk, Janet B elieff, George B ene- detto, Jerome Benes, Lynn Benes, Wil- liam Beres, Debra Berk FIFTH ROW: Kenneth Bernhardt, Fel- ice Best, Darice Bilek, Marybeth Bork, Ace Boydston, Jean Braham, John Brasch, Debra Braun SIXTH ROW: Christine Brenton, Da- f 3 vid Brezina, Karen Brkovic, Debra , V if .,,.:, ,--- E I Bromberek, James Brownold, Cather- - - ' A ll -. L V , W ,. I .-..,,- ' . ,Q W - ff, , .251 -ws J ine Bruce,David Bruce, lraceyllrunke ,I H ' A f 31, J K ,-gh, gg' ,. 5 Y -. U H J, , ..-W . 2- VX -1,57 -aw 1 Marg? ..:.-. I- fy Y, ' "'i " - ,.. ,.,-' I i'i"" 1 -.., S ew ' , i . ,...,.. r "--, I '- SEVENTH ROW: Kathleen Buck, y 'srs 3 42? ' Robert Bundus, Dennis Burda, Mari- H Q2 its "" 2 1 'SCE I: Mg 0 ,Qi lyn Burel, Robert Butler,Thoinas Cab- - J L ' - - H ---1., .lj-,QL ,V ' h, D ' IC d tt , nczakofa ,,,., ,,.. I 1 I , F ernoc anie a 0 e co N R fr ,. , s J , lll J Wg EICIITII ROW: Lawrence Cannon, ,sl Zia- .Z A Robert Capulli, John Cardelli, Debor- 7 r :" , ah C epak, Cindy Ceropski, Deborah I I ., 'll 'Z ft! if 9-P? Chalupa, Robert Chatt, Michael Chej- A, ' Q lava iz C :, M: I 4 :fa "" ' '-- .,-' , ' Al ' ' , Q r--, ,f ' In if - .,, Iii, ' NINTH Row: Carol Chlumsky, Ver. ,lf-M, I ,.,. ' 'L ' .,', i""' ' Ee V i' Q59 non Choyce, Allan Christie, Kenneth -1, yl.. . " A ' .v... I .,, I 5 I " V f Cieszynski, Jacqueline Cizek, Kenneth 4 Coglan, Eileen Collins, Scott Cooper y I - , a 1 t c :er : tce a tctrtre a - J 5 . 1 V, W . EU - -, L . I . ' J 1 " ' 5 if of f , -i - i f I-if H 5 .1, V X ' 'fl 4 51 - ., I - ' ' " 'if ' if X TIQNTII ROW: James Corrigan, Vir- - , J, , . Nw., - . :. - :xi s ,E , ai - V ' 'W - 5 ' -"' , - . Q " ' . :V S", ",, I ginia Cotta, RoseCrader,CathyCrane, iw! ,, - Q I " I 'r", f 1 I Karla Cribaro, James Cullen, Robert - I " A Y Czys, Richard Dacey 147 sei! 48 .as-Q-,aes.::gt:g:gg,,:,.,,:::-:--5- 1 ' Er r'iiii?i?4i'Cim1es:. , Q -i - .,.. .ts-zis gg, -"' : 5:-. ft- , " 222:32 ,. E -, - ' 'E .:gz":'2E':' if . li -f25"i:.:-" 5 T5 is . W il E .,., ...., . ' g J , V: is sf '22:f'? 1 '1 'R THIRD ROW: David Dul,leffrey Dun- nom, Paul Durkalsld, Charles Dvor- ak, Susan Dvorak, Debra Egger, lim- ily Esenther, Robert Evans FOURTH ROW: David Farley, Da- vid Fash, Donald Fash, Pamela Fer- rell, Roger Filip, Mylon Fisher, Wil- liam Fleming, Alan Flick FIFTH ROW: Donald Forst, Marg- ery Francis, Patricia Frank, Donna Freestate, joanne Frey, Linda Frintner, Janine Frnm, William Gavac FIRST ROW: Paul l7i1I'C0,l,8.111ClE1 Dawe, Nancy DeGraal, Michael De- Torrice, Anthony Ditlristina, Nancy Diliullo, l.inda Dolezal, joseph Doll SECOND ROW: Linda Dolmant, James Domzalski, Patrick Donley, Robert Downs, Mary Doyle, Carey Draeger, David Drska, Martha Du- Bois '33, Freshmen Dave Farley and Bill Sherman ' F ',,. ,Q wi' 581- - ' -FIZHH I ff' 'iggszif ' zszfiif 555:12 "" gf? fl ' .. : J 93555 - M-1 .... 'rr - gig: SIXTH ROW: Katherine Gecas, ju- lie Giannini, Douglas Gold, james V , ' , c e Goodfellow Ronald Graf Rob Granger, Donna Greene, Cheryl Gr orow , zfv , 2- ..2- E as , k - in . sf , ,. .,.. I- f . , ,..,.,., , . Q3 A 2? X1 if 3 ICIGHTH ROW: Paula Harte, Vivian Harvey, Dean Haubenreiser, Susan Hawke, Pamela Hay, Eleanor Hedg- es, Robert Hedges, Robert Heidrich NINTH ROW: Richard Hekr, David Held, Brad Hesley, Edwin Hetman, Randy Hodoval, Melinda Hoff, Mi- chael Holland, Glenn Homolka TEN TH ROW: Kristen Hoppenrath, Ross Howard, james Hubacek, Thom- as Hullihan, Marjorie Hurd, Carol Husiak, Anne Hutcheson, Timothy Hutcheson X I is , , 'lr fc is-. , if 1 'Q we .3 ,, n .- i-., -. - f ffyffiii fr SEVENTH ROW: Gail Grib Ph 'G- Grosshenrich, D avid Gustafson, Hahn, Kristine Hanson, Hantak, Robert Hanzelin, Luann asek if I it Rig FRESHMEN EMILY Esenther and her date Bill Fleming admire a smiling straw lion, one ofthe many unique decorations at the annual Junior Class Dance. tie for Bundle Drive King candidates FIRST ROW: Linda Imbalzano, Linda Jacobsen, Barbara janoch, Linda jan- sky, Steven jansky, Linda Janus, Di- ane jaraczewski, Wesley jaros SECOND ROW: Richard Jetter, Betty I I son, Debra jonas, Susan Kadlec ohnson, Craig Io h n so n, Edward ohnson, john johnson, Mary john- THIRD ROW: Colette Kamper, Ken- neth Kanz, Alice Karmasin, Kathy Kartje, Leonard Kasper, Michael Kat- sis, john Kawczynski, Alex Kazic FOURTH ROW: Glenn Keller, Richard Kelly, Randall Kerger, Walter Kie- pura, George Kistinger, Sharon Kle- tecka, Robert Klimes, Paul Kocek FIFTH ROW: Kathi Koenig, Robert Koepke, Lois Kohoutek, Edward Kol- ar, Guy Kolar, Karen Kolar, Carole Kolarik, james Kolba 149 JOHN MEDENIS deduces the solution to an equation. JOHN LEHUTA towers over his partner at the Fresh- FIRST ROW: Robert Kolsky, Gregory Konczak, Helen Konvalinka, Chris Kosakowski, Cathy Kosielniak, Cer- ald Kostelny, Kent Kotal, Hal Kotora SECOND ROW: Kathy Kovanic, James Kowalczyk, Karl Kral, K athryn Kral, Richard Kraus, Julie Krivanek, Nancy Kriz, Marcia Kubista THIRD ROW: Cheryl Kucaba, John Kudia, Linda Kuhn, Teresa Kuhta, Margaret Kuta, Thomas Kutzki, Pa- trice Labell, Charles Labotka man Mixer. MARY LEE concentrates on improving readingskills Freshmen officers lead their class . is i f 5 E 5 5 2... it i .-L is tt M :. 1? I isps is A , ,ai : 'wc i f? .LQ X2 5 af ,.,.M ,- .V-,.A ,. J . .-,.. ' .. : 'Z x :. .,,. sf , I-L .,.-.-...... ,,,,,sgmg- ,Uri ' - - -.-fzzi: farm ' 1 I .Ti - 'nf ' mi 3 K I 1' ,L .afgglayi 50 W ---f--- :Q www- ,,,. .. 4 wg ww .t.. .:-g- 523135 wiki' if gen is - K5 4 if : I 'e" "": 1 if I if I FOURTH ROW: Paul Lally Dian Lamich Richard Land Barbara Lan don Linda Lauer Joann Laughl Paul Laz Maryann Lee FIFTH ROW: Rosemarie Legge Joh Leslie Hilary Lillig Carl Lindahl A an Linhart Debra Listak Carl Lue ben Joseph Maas SIXTH ROW: Cynthia Mack, Pame Madeja, Michael Maenner, Lisa Ma alotti, Stephanie Mahood, MarciaM jor, Louis Malek, Barbara Malik at assi? 4' 4 I f W . K A 6 ' ' I ,M 'f l Q rti- J :aa: 2r,e zi: ::, I A , i s : a : : ., T, E V 1 - .'ga'5 ,':-, , 5 A ui I if :' !5:,Q, ,"i i '-,., I 'll i' :Y -Q tirs :fl 1 fm, in I I' A .." - If 4: , wx ' :Ei5,j':':::Qj' A -' I -.- .Q l"'l' . wh , I I v,,.,'-' vlv- I IIJQ T W 9 7 7 vf M , 2 " t my l l We fl , - ' 3 ,. 1:-5, 41 A If 1 THIRD ROW: Steve McKenney, Linda McLaughlin, Patrick Mcliees, joy Mc- Nichols, john Medenis, Linda Med- nansky, joseph Michalowski, james Middleton FOURTH ROW: Diane Mikulka, Ed- ward Milewski, jan Miller, jean Mil- ler, Richard Milo, Robert Miskell, Rich- ard Mitchell, Marie Mlynski through varied aspects of R-B life EIGHTH ROW: Mark Ott, Glen Pacek, Deborah Paige, Marilyn Pantone, Su- san Paul, Noreen Pecka, Cary Per- kins, Holly Peroutka NINTH ROW: Laura Peterson, Kris- tin Peterson, Charles Pfau, Peter Phelps, Eugene Piasecki, jerri Picha, Donna Pitelka, Laura Plasketes TENTH ROW: Nancy Plumer, Lilly Pocs, Wesley Porak, Steven Porcelius, joan Postulka, Michael Powers, Mary Prince, Cheryl Provencal FIRST ROW: jeffrey Maly, Donna Mandolesi, Dennis Manning, Sue M ares, ,Barry Marks, joyce Marsicek, Debra Marte, joan Martin SECOND ROW: Lynn Mass, Charles Mastny, Thomas Matson,janice Ma- tusek, judy Maver,james McCormick, james McDonald, Donald McDowell FIFTHVROW: james Mongiat,Michael Moravec, Marjorie Mosna, Daniel Mottl, Barbara Mueller, Denise Mu- sial, Steven Nelli, Kenneth Nelson SIXTH ROW: Cynthia Nemecek, Wil- liam Neville, Cynthia Nicholas, Lynn Nielsen, Sue Nissen, john North, Don- ald Novak, Thomas Novak SEVENTH ROW: Gary Novotny, Howard Novotny, john Novotny,ju- lie Oberwetter, james Ogdon, Paul Ol- son, Kathleen Opat, john O'Toole S . .,.. , ,,,.,- 151 FIRST ROW: Kristina Prusa, Maria Puccini, Cynthia Racan, Sharon Radi- gan, john Radogno, jeffrey Radosh, Naomi Ragona, Cathy Rakosnik SECOND ROW: Robert Raso, Eva Ratner, Harold Reinke, Gary Ricketts, Richard Ricksecker, Emil Riedlinger, james Riggins, Leah Riina THIRD ROW: Donald Rimdzius,Bon- nie Rink, Evelyn Rizzo, Walter Robi- son, jesse Rodriguez, Cathy Rose, Ste- ven Rotunno, Susan Rowley . sz . Nrwr f if Q FOURTH ROW: Steven Rus, Maria Russo, joanne Rybicke, Thomas Rysz, Nancy Salach, Susan Sasuta, Retsy Schalk, Nancy Scharrer 312515 222 , '52 if iv t H. 43, 1: ,t , an 'Sf V: ,--' . , , 'E FIl"l'll ROW: Kathleen Schmidt, Lau- ra Schmitz, Sharon Schoonover, Law- rence Scott, Bruce Sedlak, Linda Sed- lak, Maryfran Scdlar, Dane Senser SIXTH ROW: Beverly Settecase, Wil- liam Sherman, Ellen Shilt,GailScholtz, Carol Shotola, Norine Shum, Bettie 1 1 s Siedler, Bonnie Siedler 2 rf ,SX Freshmen meet new teachers, make new SEVENTH ROW: Celeste Sierecki, Philip Sira, Robert Sirovy, Rosemarie Sirovy, Sherry Sisco, Thomas Skibin- ski, james Skvaril, Stephen Sky Peck 5, I ,if ti ,e 'W 'Y x EICHTH ROW: Michael Slechta, Shea ree Smazik, Scott Smith, Edward Sno- ble, Cheryl Snorek, Elena Sopoci, Cathy Sopocy, Kay Sordel S rytl j my j t air ' -' , ,. 52 QE , ala V 9 .,f-,. -.,..:.. 5-, with 5 se ,es S 14- , PF ,. .,,,,.,, ,...., , NINTH ROW: Warren Souders bara Spacek, Regina Spizziri, Spleha, Cynthia enau, Debra T ENTH ROW: Linda Stefek, jeffrt Steichmann, Patricia Steinhaus, jol Stelton, Patricia Stevens, Mark Stire Richard Stone, Thomas Stormer Gi Q 09' 4 if ,,, , . , , . ,, -'-'t ' if m 'Hai .s:.' ,I-- ' V 1 'E pkg if il 5222 , ., Sr Zigi ':1 of ....- 1 ., -. , 1 , Q F, ?i :Ax 11 Q f .J .,,,, 1 . - .,,.,. I 'P Egg, FOURTH ROW: Gregory Urbanski, Quintin Vahldick, Cindy Valek, Chris Valentino, Debra VanOrt, joseph Vavra, Barbara Vehlow, james Vicich FIFTH ROW: Linda Vitale, Millard Vlasek, Ronald Vlk, Daniel Vosecky, james Vosicky, Susan Vrbsky, Debra Vyduna, Donald Walker SIXTH ROW: Nancy Warczak, Terry Ward, Donna Watson, Larry Weber, Thomas Weber, Virginia Wencel, james Wenzbauer, Roberta Wenzel E jg rgi hss K 'S FIRST ROW: Richard Straka, Wayne Stringh am, Beverly Svehla, Michael Svoboda, Anthony Svozil, Kay Swano, Norma Swierk, Larry Sykora SECOND ROW: Linda Talla,Thomas Taylor, Dann Teichman, Thomas Te- pavchevich, Kathy Terrazino, joyce Tetrev, C arol Thompson, Patricia Thompson '-,'V 1 "fi" , E Y friends, and gain new experiences , ei '.,. , , at i .s ,, a T iyay ft "" i',. . "1':. 1eV wr M T 595 r ,, A nk 3. Q if . U 53 , Y I " "'- .,.. 4 '35 is 5723 EL H -1 ww X WI," i 555 .Y NINTH ROW: 'Thomas Yurka, Dian- ne Zack, Larry Zborowski, Leonard Zborowski, Ronald Zborowski, Wil- liam Zdeblick, Claudia Zelenka,Steven Ziolkowski TENTH ROW: WayneZitzow,Nafsica ' otos, Carol Zylka E1 ff' a er THIRD ROW: George Todhunter, Gregory Tomasek, james Tonelli, Hei- di Trieglaff, Hilde Trieglalf, Roberta Trout, Michael Tvrdik, Terry Tyl 'Wg 'H .,.,. . . ,. alarms: 3 qi , , 'ist if Msg " "i' ag, A W I SEVENTH ROW: Dorothy Wertin, Whittenberg, jef- Mark West, Bruce frey Wideman, Richard Williams, Ce- cille Wilson, Michael Wilt, Linda Winter EIGHTH ROW: Cindy Wisniewski, Barbara Wiss, Kenneth Wong,Wendy 0 Wooding, Donna W ods, janet Wor- 'ipfll Hs E? 3 1:1 R ,K azek, Peter Wysopal, Keith Young A.: , r ,VSQVE Q ' E 5 A C ' 1- , i 1 - :.,- ,V .II gf 'r': W E ,X NOT PICTURED: Brooke Anderson, jackson, David Koma., Kimberly Ku- -'.-:-, 5 , - ' f- 3 K Wayne Baran, Henry Baxta, Steve da, Jonathan Lehuta, Allan Madsen, an' -. . Q A vi-" H '..,.,. - ' A ' Borcich, Marianne Coovling, Margil- Frank Mallizzio, Scott Noftz, Robert T Al.l: "Z T -., ' f" 4 .'., ,,-., ret Felsch, james Hutcheson, Richard Pusateri, Albert Sylvester 9' " ' uu.. f ,"'f 5 f --v--f 153 405324 Q, . Art-Layout Staff Copy Staff Cofdilof: Pay Holy C0-editor: Delores Trpisovsky Sandy Bergstrand, Linda Foran, Carol jaynesmlean - Vik, Cathy Voller, Nancy Vytiska, Diane Worell, gfaniyscizipliwana' Hagar? Dain?-is' Nancy Fry- Bonnie Ziarko. , rye , y a eterson, ar ara u a . Photography Staff Co-editor: Nedra Koepke Barb Mulder. 'To many, time seems to go slow during the year. Studies seem to be a never-ending burden, and the struggle for success seems to be nothing but uphill. Ironically, when the school year has ended, students question themselves as to where all the time went. They seem to forget all the bad experiences of high school life, which now seem trivial, and the past year brings back fond memories of good times with close friends and school mates. Students, whether they realize it or not have become one step closer to entering the world of colleges, careers, and in general, adult- hood. And so it continues, another class of freshmen enter, and seniors once again depart. The 1967-68 school year has 'ended at KR-B, Motion has not. A Abel, Nrrnq- 125, 1:19 czorrrrmr, ,lrrrqrlrarw 57 Af1.1l'l'liI.l.X111011148 ,Xfldlclnulh llrucc 139 A4lc,1Leurg1un.1 108.111, 117,139 .1g1.r,11 1. Xlimlmel l.. 18. 96. 103 .xg1,.r1.11r, 141.r.1wr1y 55 .11r1gr1.r, 1111111.15011 1:19 .XI1ls1ud1, 11111111 139 .11r.,wr.g1r. 1111111911 11 147 Allyrucln, lilwrylu 131 .1lb1-eclu, l711u1c 55 Aldridge. Miss SI1z1m11l1.26 Allircvic, Slicluellc 108. 117.147 .Xllisu11,C11111mr127, 147 AIIA51111, Sarah 131 Allxvoocl, Susan .X1111 117. 147 A11dcrso11, llmukc 153 .111der5o11,1I11r11lAnnu118,147 ,Xn4ler5u11, D111-1d 139 Anudersmm, Miss lidnu 18 .Xnde1su11, livonrnuc A1111 117, 147 .X11rl1-r5m1,lL:1yle 1:11 Anderson, Howard 55, 84, BB, 104, 1 Axxdersun, lumen 100, 139 .xrrrlurrmr 111111. 199 Andersuun, Nlr,l.n1l.1. 16 .X1uler5o1u, liiclxard 103, 131, 1159 .X11dersox1. li1cl1urcl1I,96 .111clcr5on, llr. 5111.111 .X 16, 39 .xrrdrwr 1-'aye 147 rrrdrys. '1-lwmrr, 11,.r11 147 .11r1r,5.uk, Mary 147 mg., 1111.111 .1111. 147 Arizzi, 1511.1 55 Arlarl, lCrnes192 Arlan, Mr. limesl lf, 16 .1rmuur, Xlr.Sl1uu11 18, 101, 146 10,111,114 .1r1rrs1r0rrg, 1lrs,.Xnn 18 ,Xrxu.l1,Will1111n97, 100, 147 Arnold, 1s11r,1be111.11m 147 .1r1r01r1. 1115, farm 26 .111'1'c:111'11 124 Aslrby, .1111, 117, 139 11511, 111.111 ms, 112, 159 .XUDIU-1'ISU.Xl..Xl11155 47 .1r1g.rr1y.r, '1'1rw115rC 115, ll0, 131 .1y1e5w0rr1r, liuher191, 1111, 139 r1yres,5!cvc11 131 B 111111111-rr, lxarburrr 139 115151.rrky, 11111511190 lsabarrsky, mrrrse 147 1111111, 11111151 139 Baker, 11155 Carol 26 lsrrker, Kirk 145 Baker, sandra 55 l1alz1,1'irgi111a 141 lialdi, Debra Lrr 147 1xa10r11rrrrr5, Xlr, xrclrolas 18,1-17, 103 1s1r1m5r, Perry 131 1s.1x1u 49 Ih-11111u, 4'I1a11'lcn1- 114. 131 liI4.lIlCl'S115 llccku. lulm Alun 103. 147 l5c1l11:1r,lJ.nid 131 l1r1.l11.1r, ladwurcl 55, 1215 liemlnlnr, Nlury lillm-11 145 lledmxr, Nancy 42, 48.55.112 111-1111111-15,1-1. 11-rrrmrrl 147 liccry-Polglase, xlrrrk 139 liclm-ns, S11-1 en 127, 139 lluliell, 111.11 5.191111 147 1xr11e1'1', 111,-rr 1111 l1e1ulcr,.Xllu11 105, lf'19 laurrfdcrlu, mzrrrrgr- 147 lame. Mrs, 111-115-27 lin-nes. le1uu1e 97, 103, 147 lsrrrr.. 1,1111 118.147 l1en5un1an, Virggniax 108, 114, 110. 1131 lie-11sl1clcI, liunilu 139 lic11sli1'l1l, 'lluuuma 102. 131 l1ere5,Will11xn1 118,127.1-17 Berg, .111drcw55. 94, 110, 111 llcrg. liull1lcc11 55, Tlx. 113 llerg, l.i1111::1 48. 55, 84, 112 mrgrrrrrrr, 1.yrrr. 139 llergs1rz111cl, Szuulla 117.119, 124, 139 1111-mgcr, 111111111 55 lurk, 1mr1rr.1 124, 147 Berk, Ka1rc1146, 113, 119, 120. 124, 131 Markus, lmnicl 131 llcrxn.11111.Pa111l 139, 144 l5er1111q111, l'zu1lz1 46, 55, 84, 114 llernard, Mrs, Sl1z1ru11 18 llernhurdl, Kenncllz 105, 147 llerulmrdx, Nancy 118, 139 llernlxurdl, Slepl1zu149, 55, 84. 85 licmusck, lumca 35, 92, 93, 115. 139 lxrrry, 1151121111 55, 104,11U, 111, 114 Berry. Nlrs. llelcn I. 18, 124 llesl, llarbara 48,1l7,l19,1l!9 liust. lfclicu 118, 147 Hestler. l'alriciu1 139 11evrr1y, 115111111137 l1uzek,'l'luon1as 55 l1ialas,lCdward 55, 84, 85, 102, 108, 110 l1iz1las, lioscmzxrw 110. 114, 117, lfil llier111:n111,,lucqneline 139 1s1g11rre, 11111116 96, 139 l11lek,l1z1ricc147 llilek. lil1en92 Bam" nzhalupa, Deborah 147 llaran, Dennis 55 liaran, Kathleen 131 llarzm, Xlr.Xla1rio11 18, 96,118 llaran, Wayne 153 llard, 1,511.1 139 l31xrd,1Ir.llobcr1l-1. 16 llards, Bares, Charles 101, 131 115.1115 Joyce 147 llarks1m111, William 93, 115, 139 Barnes. Barbara 139 Barnes, Claudia 131 Barnes , mrbrrf 11,1111 147 Barnes, Sue 55 l1arren,jua1111e 108, 117, 147 Barbara Alice 49. 125, 147 1111111, 111C1r,rrd 119. 100, 1:19 1111. glmm, czlrrrrmrr 56 1510510605118 1s15r11.r1,r.r, czymlrau 55 l1la:1,,lz1111es 92, 93, 115, 139 l1lack,Cmig 56, 94 Blade. l-'rank 56 lllzmd, Susan 131 l1lu1,l711vid 92, 93,115,139 l1lei,Ka1l1y1l5,122,l24,131 lllock. Carl 131 110.11111 OF lClJl'fIA'l'ION 16 lloclmia, lcu 139 l101.lnar, Glenn 56, 84, 92, 93, 111, 115 llodnar, Karen 118, 131 Hoclnar, Pamela 118. 139 llodnur, Ronald 92 Body, l-'rcderick 56, 84, 117 lioehm, 1lrs.lEr1ka 18, 127 lsrrrhrrrrr, Judy 4H,116,119,126,131 1s0gg10,1551p1r 30. 92. 96. 103, 138,139 lsoggrrr, 1111113.11 49, 56, 94, 102 l5uhl.james 96, 127, 139 lioike,Carol114,ll5,130,131 none, jack 139 .1 110111, lrrmrs 139 u5rr15,11ary Ellen 131 INDEX lxrrrrrrlr, 1.11.11 97. 1113, 147 11rr.11.r,111111-11.1.1.1 147 11r1r..1r,1,r-1.1.111s,112,114,1:s1 11rr.1.1..11. 1111-1.1rrr1 412 11rr-2.1.1. 11,111.1 11111. 1-17 11rr21.1.., mm.-, 1119 11rr11.1rrr11. 11.-9. Xluric 27 11111111.1111 5.111111,1-, f.l.l'lS 1241 11r1gg5, Nlr. 111111111 19 llrigga. 111c1111rr1 1:11 uraglrr. 1..1-r,11r-1..rr- 122. 139 llriglu, 11111.-1 511. 118 11r1,1rr1f. Karel. yr, 147 111-r,r11.111r1.r1. 111111111911 lx.-rrrnhfruk, llcluru 11111 1-17 11.11..11fy, 111.11 519 111-11.111, Miss 111111. 19 1sr011r1-1 5, 1111111111 1:11 11r51lr15r9. 11.111 131 111-rmrvrrs, 1111211111111 511, 1211 lxrorrwurs, 1101111111 45. 139 11r0,r.1. 11. Waller 19 11r51rr.U1r1, 11.11.15 127. 147 um, 11.11111 1119 1111111, 4:1r11.1r11rr .1111. 125, 141 llruce. 11111-111 ,11111r91. 147 11r1.ggr... 1,111.11 117. ll9. 1:49 lsrmrrrrr. 111-1511 139 11r1r.rrr11. x1.1r11 137 xxrrmke, 1'r..rry 1111-1. 147 11r.12r1,111C1..1r1 1111. 126, 127.131 1111111. 14511111111 .1111, 1121. 147 11.1dr1, Nlrs. 1111111 27 11111111.19 111,1,rr1 47. 147 111.rr111, 110111115 47, 1113, 147 1s..r11. lsrrrhrrrrr 139 1s..rr1, x111r11y.1 147 lzrrrgm, 11091 56 1z1.rrr11, Nlary 56 111.911, .11.11rry 117, 1:1-1 1111111r.1101wr1 147 111.111-r, 1x'a111.rm 1112, 1:11 C 1la1hcr11uCl1.'l'l1u1ua1s 1113, 147 1111111.. 11r11r.92,911, 1:11 11111111119 115.1111 97, 1119, 147 111111111111 14111111-56, 124 czrrlrrrrrm, Xlzxry l1u1l1 1119 c:1rr11.1.1.rrr, 4111.111 56, 92, 94 Hzxkuru, ludy 57 c:.r1,.,r,1, 51-.111 147 rzrrlrrwmrrrr, 111111: 131 1111111111111 nr, 111r111rrd 19, 94, 1110 1:1111-err, 11111105 92, 1113, 139 11u1rrr1.11'.11r11r.r 1112. 1111 Ca111pz1g11a,Clxrlsline 139 czrrrrrprrgrrrr, 111111115 139 fzrrrrrprrgrm, nrrbrrr 139 KI11111pl'1cll,Nlrs. 14111111 19, 46 fl1n1:.u'eri.1,llo1l11ir 114,126,131 czmrrrrrrrrro, Fred 57 ctrrrmurrrrrr, 11-mes 119. 96, 139 ciarrrwrr. 1.1r1.rQ1 131 nzarrrwrr, 1,1rwrmc 147 riupulla, 11U1,er1 147 czardellr, 151115 85, 92, 131 Cardulli,Iol1n103, 118.147 Carlson, Iulie 57, R4, 85, 116, 117, 124, 126 1:ar1srJ.r, 1421110157 c:rrr51,.1r1,c:,.r0151 mehr, 1ur1rarr1 159 Cecchi, Ruben 57 ccpak, Cheryl 57 crpak, Deborah 147 crprk, Robert 49, 96, 139 Ceropski, crrrdy 117, 147 Chalupa, Catherine 57. 58. 84, 85, 113, 116 Barra, Henry Charles 49, 117, 153 Hana, Ronald Frank 147 Banhel, lianda1l98, 131 Barlik, Mary 117, 139 Bartolomei, Debra 147 Barlolomei, Gail 124, 131 Banunek, john 47, 147 Barzyk, M155 Doris 18 BASEBALI. TEAMS 88, B9 BASKETBAL1.'l'l-ZAMS 98, 99, 100 Bass, Ronald 55 Hass, Sharon 139 Bass, Susan 131 Bassalof1, -Ian Marie 147 Bassler, Karl 139 Basil, joseph 91 Balka, David 101, 131 Bauer,Grace117, 121, 12Q 147 Baumrucker, Mrs, Marion 26 Baumrucker, Robert 131 Bayle, Kathleen 48, 112,115,131 Bayner,lMark 47, 139 ' Beadle, Ilmrenoe 55 56 Bonomo, Dianne 46, 56, 120, 123, 124 Borcich, Steve 97, 153 Bork, Marylrmh 147 Bork, Thomas 131 Borowski, Mrs. Lucllle 18, 126 Bom, joseph 56 Hourn, Edward 100, 139 Bouska. Pamela 117, 139 Bowker, Richard 139 Boydslon, Ace Edward 97, 103, 147 Boysen, Gregory Paul 131 Bozzo, Karen 125, 139 Bram, srevrrr john 131 Bradley, joyce 56 Brady, Thomas 56 Braham, jean Lou 147 Braham, Richard 56 Brandeis, Richard 89, 131 Brandt, Karen 116, 124, 131 Branson, Mr. Glenn 18 Branson, Mark 56 Branson, Van 139 Brenton, Christine 147 Chappatla, Nancy 119, 123, 139 Charlrom, Donald 81 Charvat, Mrs. Helene 27 chan, Robrri 147 CHEERLEADERS Ill Chcjlava, Ellen 49, 85, 131 Chejlava, M1chael49, 93, 105, 147 chrrrky, Cary 139 Cherry, Robert 49, 91, 131 Chesnowitz, Debra 131 CHESS CLUB 127 Chlappma, Anthony 57, 82, BS, 94, 95, 98, 110, 1 11 Cl1lumsky,Carol 147 Cl1lumsky,jody116,126, 139 chobor, Judith 57, 124 Choyce, Vernon 147 Chrastek, Cheryl 57, 123 Christen, Laura 126, 131 Christensen, Daniel 96, 100, 139 Christensen, Thomas 57, 84, 85, 117, 119 Christie, Allan 147 4II1ri511c,ll1m11iu 1211, 124. 1:11 11.r.91U11. mm 11111. 125.143 c,11.1r..11,u1r1.1. 121-, 1-19 1:1111-11, 5112.11.11 411, 117, 1:19 fm,-11511. 14111119111 11141, 118. 127. 117 c1N1u1c111a'1"1'1-Ls115 411111, l11cq11cli11u1-17 11.x11111x 119 czhrrk. lmrrm- 1111 1:11rrk,101111 1119 1:1.1r1,1.1.1111r57 c11111,,111-wr-57,1o4.11n.111,114 Clark, 1101,cr1 36, 92, 96, 101, 139 111119. 1111111 57 1 I1-rrrm, 1...rr1 1141 c'1m.,r11, Nlr. 1-.1111 urn 1 , 111. 118 urglrrr. 14911111111 147 4IvI1c11,1lr.lr1'111g19 1'5L1.19,r:11rr-as 1'ulcxn1111.Yivi.l1157. 123 111,111.19 1.111111 147 l 0lll11S. lrurri 139 lIoll111s,1l1.lla1rnlcl19,49 111111111 41111111 112 1:.m1rrr,, 11.1rr- 1:11 czonlrrry. 11111111.11 1:19 11.1.1111-r, 11111111111 57 c:r,.11ar..,,r111. 110.111.1411 51. mx, 1119, 1 uukrrrglrrrm, mfr 1115. 1118. 1119 131141145 27 czmrrry. 111111111-1 57 fzrmpfr, 511111 lfrr-.111 1111, 1411. 147 11051-lm. 1:1111 131 1 501-lrrrg, rlrrrmrrc 153 norragrrrr, 11111115 147 vurlw, liohcrl 131 4209191111 1sr.r,11.1r1-.1 1:19 i'ullu.Yirgil1ln IOS. ll7,l25, 147 lfm1gl1e11o11r, Xliulmel 105. 139 l'o11lsu11.l,ur11 116. 117,126, 131 ifuurmey. Xl1cl1ucl92, 94, 131 Vruder, linsc lilne 147 rnrrf, czrrrhy 1,11 147 Criuvley, Gayle 31, -113114. 131 czrrgrrr, 1ur1.11r11 47, 139 Lirabrrro, Karla .1111. 147 C114 155 lI1ll'N'l'liY 93 c:..11r1,x1r,.r91r1r1v, 27 Cfudu,l1oberl131 Cullen, lumcs llurold 147 Culver, Nlr.llnw1xrd 1'-...111,-, Xlury 111111 1211, 139 Cuxuhy. Nl1cl1u1'l85, 104, 137 Cuxml, 1lr.1l1les li. 16 4Inn11i11gl1a1n,l'a1rick101,131 1z1..r.r..1g11a..r, 111111111 101, 1411 c:..rr1r,c:11rry15s il11rr1c,l7z1Vlrl 127, 140 iIllS'l'U17l.1NS 27 Cvelexar, llcboraxh 140 llzaplak, Valerie 140 Gays, Robert Russell 147 D Dahkey,lree131 Dacey, Richard 127, 147 l3ahlgre11,Alan 58 mlry, james 96, 103, 140 mrlsorr, George 511 Danber, Lawrence 47, 140 mrrcik, james 94, 140 Dancik, Thomas 37, 42, 54, 58, 76,8 108 mrnelr, 11.119 58, 123 Danielson, Susan 41, 140 Danihel, Edward 127, 140 Danukos, Mary Ann 33, 58, 123 Danuser, Kathleen 140 Darco, Pauljohn 148 Daunoras, Barbara 118,119, 122, 140 llavl, Umberto 58 Davis, Larry 145 Dawe, Pamela jean 117, 148 Day, Lisa 58 nay, Rhonda 140 Deal, James 58, 84, 90 Deal, Kathleen 140 DEBATE CLUB 121 Debraal, Allen 47, 48, 125,140 Deglrolamo, Patricia 58 DegraaL Nancy jane 148 Delcon, Michele 126, 131 Del Senna, Adrienne 140 DeMen1, june 46, 58 DeMem, Sally 131 Denava, Darlene 131 Denemark, David 47, 117, 125, 140 Denemark, Stephen 58, 116, 121, 127 Denk, Davld 59 Denk, Donna 140 113, llh 4, 92, 98. 1111111., 111-1111151 linlwrl 145 .uln.lh1l11-rx 140 lJum1'1'1cc. lbulmxzxlu li1l lwrwrrafr. 1111111111 1115. 1411 11.-111,.11m111r... 111111. 116,12-1,1131 1ma1..111,11.1.1'11l,.1111 lilf'l11xl111.1,.X111l1u115 97. 1111. 1411 11111111111m1,.r..1r159,141194. lll l7il,ull11. xhrrr 1.11111 125, 1211. 1114 l1lXll1YSllIXS 1211 1m.1.g.9.x1r,111r1p111,1r. 19 1m1r.1...., 11.1111-rr 511 11r,C1111..1r11. 11.11.11 11. 59, 144 1w.,11.11...1f1. x111r1 140 111,111-m..r.r1. 1v1.rr11 1157 11.,1m11. 1,11rr111 11111-11 1411 1w.,1U.11,'11.r,r.w, 59 11011. l11sepl149,97, 1414 1151..r11rr1. 1.11.1111 1.11 1411 1w.r.1.,.1,r-1, Kun-1159, 214. 115, 117, 119 D11111.1mLv.111ll1.11n -19, 1111. 1411 11.1111111510 11 19.111, 1f11 1m.,1..1rr.111-1191. 111. 1-'rrmrrs 11 19 1v1,.1.,1119k.. 11111.19 49. 126, 1414 111,.1..r. 111., lDum1I1y27 1wr1.r11r.11'11111r1.. 1411 1101111-y. mrrrfk 1411 1111.111-v. 51151111 1411 1w1..111r,..1, 111.-11..rr1 1111 1111.101-11.1, '1'1r.,..11.5 1011. 1-111 llmrcll, 1.11.11 131 111,111.19 lC11'l1z1r1l-59, 131 11.111-119, 11111111-1 llll, 148 115,-11-. Nlury 14111111 1414 11r11egrr.c:..r.fy 119 1411 111-011111, 1011.1 131 11r,kr.,111rr1r11111111-rr-17,49,1115, 116, 1411 lvubms, Martha 148 11111111 k, Icromc 131 11111, 111111111 1,199,111 141-1 11r1...w1r.. leffrry 1411 1u..r1,,.1,1,1, 11.1.1 97, 1113, 1411 111.r1r1r151r, mfr 115. 92, 94, 95, 130, 131 Durst. l 7121111-116,12ll,124,131 Dnv11l.l1r11ce 46,140 Duval, Mr. 1Yarre11 I., 19 Dvorak, illmrlcs 148 llvumk, llurcy 125, 126. 131 llvuruk, Deborah 140 llvurnk, l1orin1159, 84 11wr,rk. Xlrs. x1,rr11y1r 19, 115 l1vuruk,S11su11Kr1s 1011, 114, 117,148 E 1-l11rl,11'ill1a111N9, 100, 108, 138, 1411 1sdw1.r,1,, 11.11.111 59 1411111-afar, 1-19.111, 149 l'1gger,l3urbura 116, 132 Egger, 1111011.11111 116, 148 l-lhlcrs, .1111. 59, 84 rzamrrrrarrrr, 'lmrrras 47, 140 rillnrgrorr, 1Ir. Frederick 11. 19 lilmer, 1:6114 414, 118. 132 1a1rrard, Larry 140 rirrgrlnrarm, 111r1r5r.1 59 11.115, Sheryl 140 Ericson, Donald 59 1isen!her,Corl 101, 140 mrrrrlrcr, l-1milySue 146, 1411, 149 1csrrr11rrr, '1'1r0ma5 102, 132 rzrarrs, nrrda 132 uvarrr, Robert 148 12v5rrr,s1rar0rr 59 1-zrrrrer, Bonnie 1011, 111, 113,114, 116,140 Exner, Nancy 118, 140 F Fagan, Laura 46, 59, 113, 114, 124 Falconer, judy 117. 140 Fandre, Andrew 59, 84, 121 Fam. Mary 46, 59, 114, 120, 121 Faracl, Michael 89, 127, 132 Farber, Margaret 132 Fargan, Mrs, Bernice 27 Farley, David james 97, 103, 148 Farley, Sarah 59, 84, 1 13, 114 Farnham. Therese 132 , Faraci, Michael 89, 127, 132 Farber, Margaret 132 Fargan, Mrs. Bemlce 27 Farley, Dana james 97, 103, 143 Farley, Sarah 59, 84, 113,114 Farnham, Therese 132 Fash, David Robert 148 Fash, Dale 59,21 111 Fash, Donald Robert 148 Faulh, Mrs. Charlotte 19 'Fecarcm.a, john 94, 101, 110, 132 Feddersm, Mr. Mervin 19. 120 Pte, Mr, Richard 0.20, 127 A Feeney, Mlchad 102, 110, 152 Felix, Alison 114, 115. 119, 145 126 1felix.S1-4111 59,91 1111, 111 1-111111. 11111114 132 1f11,f11. 11111111141 15:1 11111-1. 1.11111 132 1-'.-111141111, 111111 118, 127, 132 141101. 1111114111 111111 1411 111111. 1:11f.111n11 1411 1-my. 11111159 1-111111. 1101111111141 1441 1-'1111.,. 111 11111-11.11 11. 211 1-'111,1.1111111-1 59. 127 111111, 110,111-N111 127, 14x 1-11111.1111.x111111 140 1'11111,1 11r1s1i11111-49 111111. 11.111111 145 1f1..11111, 111.1111 122. 1:12 1f14f111'1, 11111111 xx 14114111111. x1111q- 1:12 1f141111C1-. 11.1111111111 111,.-111-1.5111111111 125. 140 1-141111, 1111.111 148 11111,x1111f111c1.144,114.1111 141141111-1. 1111y111111111r141 1f11111111g, 111111111111 1411 14111-1.1.1.1 1111111-11 92, 96. 11111, 140 111-111.111, s11.1111 eo 1-'11.111.1g,1111111.111s17. 1112. 148. 149 1f11111..1111.1 111111 11111, 1411 111g1-1, 111111111-11 1:12 1-11111-111, 1111111-18, 124. 1112 1-111111,41-1, 141111111411 116, 122, 132 1-'1,1'1N1: 1I1.1'1i 127 1fm11f11.'111.1.1111, 118, 127, 1411 151111 l'13,XI,1, '1'1a.111s 94, 9.1, sas, 97 1f.11.111.1.1111111114 1411, 145 141111. 11111111 145 1f11111111111. 11111 1.1-1111 1441 1-1114. 111.1111 132 141141. 11.11.1111 11111, 148 11111111 121 1f1111cr.1J1111-104. 114. 1:12 1-1111114 1,1111 911, 132 1411111., 1-111.11111 1111 11111, 141111111111 1411 1-1111. 1,111-111116 89. 94, 132 1f11111f11, 111111511111 411. 115. 117. 124, 132 1f11111f1,. 11111g1-ry 1411 141111111-1111, 111114111 125. 1411 141111. 1:1111 140 141111, 1111111111 48. 117, 1:12 1'111.k,1111111Q11.11111 125, 1411 111111.11'111111.1191. 132 1f111:1c 1..1xc:1a1zs 1211 111f4,11111. 1111111111 1111.1 148 1f1e1111g. 111114.14 132 1.11111 33. 1111, 112115. wx, 1111. 111, 123 Frciuxg, 'il111111189. 94,912 111, 132 1f1c111g. 11 1'1i1'1X1I11iZ1,1'l1117 1'1c1f1111111, 14111111111 119, 911, 1:12 1'111as11x1.1x 11.155 1411 my. 1111111111 1111111 148 1'111.11.x111fy411, 140 1111111111. 1,1111111s114 1411 ifnzzel, lleraldiue an 1111111 9 '111 5 II1.1'11 123 140.111, 111111111 60 '11111111,,1111 126, 140 111111, 11111114 1111114 148 '1yd1yf11, N1111qy 119. 132 4'17'1'L'1i1i 11m11111.1141-111s 01-'.1A11:1111:.1 12:1 r1T'l511111'1NL'l15lCS01".1NlliKlC.1 122 "l1'l'L'l11i 'l'l-111111111115 U1"11R1lil11f..X 122 C zaimdy, Ka1111y11 145 Zabel, Ke1111cl11 60 :1111y5, 1115. 111111113 20 11111, Gregg 132 Lallanis, Mrs, 'loula 20 :a1.g1,c11y6o, 110 langitano, Michael 96, 145 am, Peggy 116, 120, 140 larslka, Marcia 34, 118, 132, 133 Zasparro, Frank 60, 92, 94 :15pe11c,11111111111y 60, 90 'a5pe11c,,1111e1111 103, 140 'avaL', William john 101, 148 ,aw111, Cheryl 132 ccas. Katherine 148 eds, Thomas 145 ,e1ge1,1:111a1m11 114, 140 eorge, Christopher 92, 96, 140 .1:R1v1AN CLUB 116 mime, 1111 eo 'lald1n1, Renee 60, 84, 35, 124 1a111ma11c0, 11111111 48, eo 1ann1n1,jul1e 148 ibson, Robert 89, 96, 140 1esecke. john 48, 92, 93, 140 1.-114414, Margaret so. 116 llben, Mr. Paul H. 20, 48 '111, Allen 60 111111, Terry so IRIS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 113 laza, Ralph 96, 100, 140 leason, Mark 137 loya, Ralphe 89 luning, Christine 60 lulllng, Steve 92, 94, 132 014, Douglas George 108, 117, 148 ald, Susan 48, 61, 84, 85,114,117,124 olden, Patrick 48, 145 01.17 90 onlro, Marguerltz 126, 127, 140 onzalez, Audrey 112, 123, 140 oodfellow. 1ame.s 105, 148 1,111111gQ. 111111111- 911, 1411 liorflon. 11155 lCl1A11l1e11120 cz.1,1111,1. 4211111111114 1411 Clnllscliulk. Karin 61 1Lo11m11.1Je1mr11l1l71, 117, 124 l-1111, 11111111111 93. 115.148 c:11111g41.11.111111 1414 f21'ccu,.11111X111r1c 114,132 czwmc. 1111111111 1111- 1411 Grecm-, 'l'l11111111s 1112 11111-111111111, 1111161 fire-e11111.111. liicliard 140 c,1411'111, Xlr, 1111111- .1. 211 1,1-11.11.111-,1:11111-1 1411 fIr1lv, 11.111 127. 1411 CIr1h,1ol11191, 126,127 1112 1:1-115b11fl1, 1111111 111 troll, 1'11111cl11 117, 140 ilrr1sal1e11ricl1,l'l11l1p47. 49,97. 127. 148 flr11ca,ll11ry42. 61, 90, 110, 111 c:111111L4,1z111y 140 r,1yg11, 111111111111 132 fiilcrricru, l111'l1a1rLl 61 Guess. ioseuc 01 I-ilirlicu, 1101110 103, 140 llnuia. Sl111ro11 140 11111111111 11111-1,111 33, 111, 112, 114, 115, 11111. 111, 113, 1 14 llunxiur. l1oll'102, 1112 I-11rrer11.Sl111m11 1112 f111slalsr111. lD:11'1c1 148 tl1'N1N.15'l1iIS 1'1i.111F-113 1:1111111,11111115 92 ll llaas, Klrs 1l41r1Ml,26 11111111111, 51151111 126. 140 11111-k,1Jehurz1I149,f11. H-4. 1'15.108.11l, 11-4 1Iz1ck.1.11111er1c 49. 118, 140 11111111. 11111114111 11111.11 x11111'y 46. 61 llulm. Imk Scott 105. 148 l111l111. 511sa111117.12li. 140 111.11-. Xlr. 111111111127 111111. 11141211101 11.20 ll11l1'1'rar111. Xlr 111110 20 11a1l1'crso11, 51111dr11 1155, 1532 1111111i1lr111. 1111111111 132 111111111111.1,111111111110 61 11a1111111. Xlr, 1J:1leXY. 20 Ilamge, l"re1l1-rick 49. 105. 140 1Iz111ge.1'.11rici11 116. 123. 132 llaxison, Krisl111c11h,1-48 ll11111.1k, Iolm 132 1l.111111k. Kz11l11ce11.11111 148 11a111Luli11, l1ubcr1 148 ll11r.1sck, l.11111111 117. 1421 11111f1111g, 114111151 111, 123 llzxrms. N111ry116,140 111111114 'lcrl 61. 84, 85 llarris, 11135 l11ve11dr1ly11 20 llarrisun, 51151111 117. 1-40 11111,l11111111. 11111114 1:52 llane, 12111111 lean 148 111114. 1-1111111 140 1111111:y,10111161, 11f1 111111161-, 11011411 132 l1arvey,1'ivia11 148 llniihriireiaer, llavid 61 llaubenrciscr, llcun 101, 148 1111ug11lol1, Marllra 48. 61, 126 11a1vel, Xlrs, Xlurie 27 11a1'e1,C11r1s1ine 140 1111v1ik, SL111rlra 61, 84, 85,114,121 Hawke, Susan Lynn 117, 148 llay, 11eredii1146. 61, 111, 114 11ay,1'a111e1a108,114.14S llayes, Kenneth 62, 91, 94, 95, 110, 111 lleard, Suv: 49,123,140 llearlstor1,lJo11 92, 93, 101, 115, 140 l1ear1s1o11,l1onald 62, 92, 110 11edberg,1Ir,11arryfI.16 Hedberg, William 90, 98, 132 11e1:1c1en, Donald 91 Hedges, llleanor 148 11edges,Robcrt 105, 148 11e1d11c11,1111111 132 1leidrich,l1c1ber1 47, 148 llein, Richard 47, 105, 125, 140 Heinrich, Sieve 62 Hejtmanek, David 62, 102, 11 llejtmanek, 111chael89, 94, 102, 132 Hekr, Richard 103, 148 Held, David 49,105,148 Held, Sandra 32, 62,116 He1Fric11,,Iohr1 140 Heller, Mrs. Daw11 20, 46, 126 Heller, Carol 52, 84, 85, 108,113, 119 Hellerud, Mary Anne 132 Ileimboldl, Laurel 48, 108, 111, 113, 114, 132 Henderson, David 62, 117 Henderson, Scott 140 Henning, Florence 140 Herllst, Mr. Clilford L. 16 Herllsl, Lawrence 92, 96, 100, 140 Herlien, Kenneih 62, 85, 92, 93, 110, 111, 115 Herlien, Robert 85, 92, 93, 111, 115, 132 Herzberg, Ruben 137 Hesley, Brad joseph 148 Hesley, Dale 137 Herman, Edwin 127. 148 Hcizel, Marvin 140 Hewm, Miss M, jane 20 Hiatt, Richard 141 Hicks, Tlmolhy 141 Hieber, james 96, 141 llillicr. 11115111-rlimlu 20 Ilill111cr. 11cl111rla1 141 llinkuns,11'1lli11111l12 Ilinlz, l1o11c11 132 11ill,1'11!1'111.1 117. 141 1II.1c1ik.4Z11r1114i2,84 1111111111-11, M1111 62 ll111v11cek. Iuinua 49.100. 116,141 llulxarl. Xliclmcl 141 lI0l1Ii1'1'1.l'1i126 1101111114111 , .X11iI1r1111' 126,141 11011111111, 111111111111 148 11011. N11-11111111 111' 122. 148 llolricliicl. Kv1111ull1 112 111111111111-:11,1.11c111:14.411..115, 117, 124. 125. 132 llollclrl. 5111111111 141 llollllltl. 5115.111 615 11olla111cl,NlicI1.11'l 127. 14111 111111y,11111111a2 11111111,11111,111111111112 llululw. Shzimlilll,1l2.115.130.1f12 lloly. l'111r1c1.1 113. 8-4, 11f1, 114. 116, 117. 119 123 1101111 art, Ucnlne 124. 141 11.111111111,111.11111f1111.141 l1o1111111, 1111111 94.102, 11.132 l1f1111I1'fJ111N17 33 1lo111ul11.1'.111l 1-11 1Io111111k.1.iIlu11n 100. 118, 148 1Iup11u11rz1111. K1'1s1c11 148 111111111114 1.1111111111 141 llurn. 1111121111 132 1141111111111 111111111 1:12 lluauck. 1111111141: 141 llusclx. 1.111115 145 llussv. 111111 132 11ual1ck11, 51111111 114, 1f12 11011 ard. Marx G11 1lowz1r1l,l1oas 47. 105. 1-18 11r:1c11, 141111163 l1r11r.1elQ, lfrcll 91 llrcnnek, 51151111 48. 141 1Ir11al1a11. Roger 49. 141 llryxikum, I1ol1er163. 92. 93 1111bmk. 11111105 127. 1411 lluhirlkn. 11111011 35, 46, 63 lliuzlwn. X111rc11ia103 1111l1111a111, l111bv:1'192. 141 111111urzl. 111. llavnl 17, 22 1111go11..1r11111r 819.5-14, 102. 132 I111ll1l11111, 1110111215 127. 148 l111111111e1, 51cpl11111 63. 811, 84, 85. 88, 94, 104 101108. 110. 111. 114 1111111, Ilarvex 63. 84, 116 1111111,X'ale1'1u 48. 63, 70,8-1,112,126 1111111,11111j111w1411 l111xia1k,i111rul49. 148 llnlclreson. .11111c 148 llulclicson, Iumcs 49, 100, 146. 153 llutchcaoil, liubcri 53 Hutcheson, 'l'i111o1hy 49, 100, 108, 148 11y111, 11111101 1115, 141 1 lacovelll, Xliclmel 141 1111halza11o, 1,i11rl11 117, 149 1N'1'1i11N.X'1'ION.1l.l11C1.A'1'1UNSC1.1'11 116 111541111 111511111 101. 132 Izzo, '1'l1r1111as 132 1 1111111111 11111111 1112 jackson, 11ich.L1rd 153 1160111 121111111111 63 j11c1111s111, 1.111111 125, 149 j11cf11114111,111111111111 132 j111111,c111Q1y11 119,141 jan1es,i1lenn 94, 104. 110, 132 Jana, Edward 126, 127, 132 janecel-1, llarbaru 112, 141 janis,Pa11la 126, 132 ja1111c11,11a111111f1 118, 149 janousek, Eva 124, 132 13115411111-.1 48, 132 jansky, Kathleen 49, 126, 132 tlansky, 1.111.111 149 ja11sky,s1eve11 97, 105, 149 ja11us,11inda 114,117,149 1a1a11ewsk1, Diane 149 jarom, Neil 63, 84, 35, 88, 98, 110, 111 jaros, Anhur 47, 49, 63, 84, 85, 116, 121 Iaros, Wesley 49, 116, 149 111m111115k1, Nancy 132 Iarzembski, Susan 39, 108, 1105 114, 141 j1511a,j11111es 104,110,114,132 jav1d,1,11g1111111 105, 141 jaynes, Carol 119,132 jelfrey,Bet1y 141 jelinek, Marjorie 132 jenmm, 1111. 1-:agar A. zo 151111114 Mr. ma 1. 21 jg1111115,1'a111c1a 125, 141 ' 111111, Katherine 108, 114, 117, 126, 130, 13 Jm1,R1c11a1d 105, 103, 149 jevey, Mrs.S1ep11anle 21, 122 J11111111, A1111 49, 84 jindra, Marlene Ann 114, 141 111111, Alan 132 j11111,cy11u11a11o, 113,116, 132 I1rsa,La.rry 141 1011111011 Beuy 118, 149 johnson, Christine 112, 113, 126, 141 johnson, Christine 48, 118, 126, 132 johnson, Craig 97, 103, 149 johnson, Edward 49, 97, 100, 149 johnson, Gwyneth 118, 123, 132 7 1111..1,11.1, l.1111.af1,114,115,x1s 10111151111. 1111111 1111, 149 11111114111 111111111 1111, 124. 1:43 lul111m11. 11111'k1.u1' 126. 11111 111111111111 111111111 11:1 1.1111..1111, 111.111 149 111111.11111,s111111111e13 111111.51111 111111111 411. 133 111111.41111,11'111111111111s.114. 1141 1.111111 11111111 149 11111.14 11111111111 11114 11111114 111111192.9f1, lonas. Ka11111ee11ti3, 108. 110. 124, 126 101111. 1 101115. 1 Zlillbrd 64 c11ice11G,126,14l 108.110.111,115,133 ,1.1111-4115111.11111 141 1111c111111k.111111111zs,122.124,141 111,fp11,1f11114s, 133 1.1,4,111,11'11111111192, 141 1.1,1,111,, 111111111 133 11111111114 1111-11.11164 11.111111 11. 1411111 133 llN1011lI1..X5S130 11111111 11111111111 117, 124, 141 111111111111111111141941, 141 K Kacer. 11111.14 64 Kndlec, 141141111111 64 111414, 51151111 1211, 121, 1411 21 111.141, 14111111111 49, 64 K111111111, s1111111 f14. 84. 115. 114, 117, 124 1411111,1ef,c:1111111 117, 149 K11111pe1,11'1111a111 1543 K1111111111, 1.111014s, 117, 133 14111141114 11111-111 58,6-1, 1141. 126 141111, 14111111111 97, 1110. 149 K11111,11'111111111 96, 141 Kz1pp,.1la1164 K11,1411. 111111111 133 K11111se11,111Q1.11e1 133 14111f1y11s11, 1.111111 1:13 K111111.,111111C5 64, 84, ss, 116, 119, 120. 121 1a11111.1111, K111111- 64 1411.1111s111. .1114 149 14111114 111111111114 64. 124 14111114 141.111y 149 Kasal, 141111113111 64 K111c11111, 11111111154 141111, 1111111 1111. sm. 99, 133 K115111, 14111111 411, 114, 84, 115, 112. 114 111111. 11111111 133 1if1s,1e1, 11:11-,V 137 141151141 1111111111 149 Kasper, 110111111 64 1c111e11,11'111111111 104, 110. 133 111511, 11111611 64 11115111 11111111 26 K111111,111l111102. 133 Kaisis, Michael 93, 103, 149 1c11v1111111g11, 111. 115. 11. 21, 105 1c1111c1y 11511, 101111 149 icayfs, 1:1111 145 Kayse, 111c11f1f1so,92, 141 14411111 1111111 64 ,l Kaz1c,111ex 149 144111. 101111 64 144111161 14111111 64, 101, 110 1q11111e1,xe1149,92,1o1. 133 1411141141 111, 11111115127 Kelleher, 11111-111 92 Keller, 11111111 105, 149 Kelly, 1 1111111.1o1,137 Kelly,Kic11ard 149 14e11y,1115.'1'm111,.21 Kemp, Frances 38, 64. 84. 85, 119 Kemp . Kennezl Kath1'yn110,117,119,141 1, Linda 65, 85, 120,124 Kem, jack 133 Kc11y1111,s11s1111 1011, 114, 133 Kergef, cmg 37,65 Kerger, 111111111111 149 Kesman, '1'h0ma1 101, 133 Ketelsen, 1111. Dale G. 21, 96, 102 Kiedaisch, Mrs. M ary 26 K14da15c11, William 43, 65, s4, 91, 102, 108 Kiepura, 14111111 49, 65, 84, ss, 116, 117, 124 Kiepura, Waller 97, 100, 149 K111g,Ma1k Raymond 137 4 King, Mark Reid 89, 93, 133 K111g,P11111 141 Kirtley, Mr. Richard 21, 98 Kiser, Gregory 96, 141 Kissling, Miss Franziska 21 Kminger, George 149 Kite, Patricia 46, 65, 113, 114, 115, 124 Klar, Kamherine 65 V - Klasek, George 89, 110, 133 Klasek, janis 65, 126 Klasek, Susan 141 Klecka, Glen 133 Klecka, Paul 48, 101, 141 K1e111, Lynn 65, 141 Klein, Mark 105, 141 Klelndorfer, Miss jean 21 K1einmeyer,Mlc11a:.1 133 Kletecka, Dennis 89, 127, 133 Klelecka, Sharon 149 Kllmes, Ruben 97, 149 Klockner, Robert 133 Kluck, Karl 104, 110, 111,133 K111mp,Marie 133 Krninciak, Mr. Thomas 1. 21, 92, 94 K11a1ck,'1'1111l 141 1Q11q1,111. 11111-11111 1311 Knlu1111, 111cl1z1ul63, 98 Kota, Xz111cy30. 141 Kocck, 1'1111l 49, 97, 149 Kuciara, Xu1'111e4i5, 123 Koenig, lfrerlrick 1113 K111111g,c:1111ge 49,115 Koenig,K111l1i120,121.149 Kocpkc, Ncdra105, 85. 116, 119. 124 Kocpkc. 110111-1193, 100, 108, 115. 149 K1111111114k, 1,1114 149 Kulmirzuk,11111-11cC1b,9I5. 110, 111, 115 Kulnr, l'Rlw11rcl 149 K11111, my 149 Knlur, Karen 117. 146, 149 Kolar. l,y111166, 124 Kolur, 111111101 133 Ko111rik,1I11ro1c149 Kolurik, llaniel 141 Kularil-1, 1'11!ric1z1 1111, 141 Kollm, 111-ny 156, 40. 46, 56, 112,113.114, 117 Kullm, 11111155 105, 149 14f111u1.,111111f1 611, 115, 108 Kolsky, 141111011 1511 Ko111u.11i11'lLl97, 153 K111111114, 111, 11141111 21. 116 K11111114 1111111 133 K1111Q11114,c:1eg111y 1511 Kunvali11ka, 1"1'11nk 1311 Ko11x'z1l111k11. llclcn 150 Kupccky, 111111111 411. 66, 112. 123 Kuresch. Ke1111ell1 116, 137 Koronkowski, llavxd 66, 84 Kosakowski. Chris 97, 100, 150 Kosakowski, 51131111 66, 116 K11541c111111k, c:11111y 150 K01111, 111111114 141 Kosin, Philip 56, 88, 110 Kos1z1l,1u1135, 116, 127, 133 Kuslelny, Gerald 100, 150 Koslka, l1o11nie 48, 126, 141 Koalris, czemgf 142 141141111 1:1111 66 Ko1al, Kenl 150 Kolarba, 1,011 123, 133 Kulek, 'lerese 45, 66, 125 Kolcwzr, lgrwrcncu 142 Kutlnr, Xlr. 11iCl1z1r1121, 130 1-lu10ra,11al150 Kollel, l7ebora11 116,121,122, 142 Komky, 1111 11111 66 1401-311411, 11111111.11 96, 142 Kova111c, l1o1111ie 66, 116, 126 Kcwanic, Kathleen 150 Kuwalcryk, Carole 66, 85, 124 K11w111czyk, 11111115 w. 97, 150 Kozelka, Karen 66 KoLelka,11lary 142 Kozik, Ke1111e1l196, 142 Koroyed, Edwin 66 Krah, Claudia 137 Krall, lane! 108, 142 Kral, Karl 150 Kral, Kathryn 117, 150 Kralik, Sharon 117, 122, 133 Kralovec, Claudia 142 K111111c11v11, 1111111 133 Kratochvil,1Yil1ia11194, 111, 133 Kraus, Richard 100, 150 Krause, judilh 133 Kravcar, William 142 Krebs, Barbara 117, 142 Krebs, Kathleen 117, 134 Krems, Debra 126, 142 Kricensky, Camille 66. 116 Kril1,Nuna 117, 122, 123, 134 Krivanek,Carla1u 116, 117,134 Krivar1ek,julie 108, 114, 117, 150 Krivanek, Lorena 66 Krivanek, Nancy 123, 142 Kriz,james 66,123, 125 Kriz, Nancy 108, 117, 125, 150 Kriz, Wendy 108, 112, 113, 134 Kroh. Connie 117, 142 Krall, Barbara 66, 70, 116 Krulxel, Cynthia 42, 56, 108, 110, 112, 114 K1'ubel,Frec1 105, 142 Krubcl. Kathryn 110, 114, 134 Krueger, jean 31, 48, 114. 117, 123, 133, 134 Krueger, Lawrence 89, 142 Kuba, Diane 142 Kuba, Frank 67 Kubik,-Ianioe 46, 117, 119, 124, 134 Kublk, Phyllis 142 Kuliis, Deborah 31, 48, 114, 123, 134 Kubis, Patricia 126, 142 Kubista, Marcia 126, 150 Kubislanl, Christine 126, 134 Kubistanr, Thomas 67, 91 Kucaba, Cheryl 150 Kucaba, Raymond 142 Kucera, james 62, 67 Kucera, Karen 123, 142 Kucl-lar, Kristine 49, 137 Kuda, Bruce 67, 104 Kuda, Kimberly 49, 108, 114, 153 Kuda, Pam 32, 33, 67, 83, B4,108, 111, 113, 114 Kudla, john 150 Kudrna, Christine 142 Kudrna, Susan 67 Kuehn, Lynn 67, B4, 85, 122 Kuhn, Linda 122, 150 Kuhn, Susan 67 157 linczni. 111c611111111, 11111111 151 Leslie. I lewis, Miss 311111111 21 1111111j11,c:1111.1y 54, 69, los, 124 M agd a. 58 1411l1111,,11.111.11 134 K11l1111,'1'111111 118, 1511 1411111111 67, 91, 104, 114 14111111, 11.1111 67 14111111 11111111 134 141.112, .lell'1111 91 K11111111, 1111111 1114. 110.134 Kulslu-11bacli,j. Philip 108. 119. 130, 134 14111111111 11111111111 142 14111111111 N11111 134 141.111, 311111111111 49, 1511 141111111111,1111111 142 1411111111 11111111 43, 134 1411111111 14111111111 88 141111, 111.111 67 141111l11,'1'l11.111111 150 11111111111 111.g11 49, 39, 134 141.111, 1-11111111 126, 142 1411111111, 11111111167 111111, 11111111111 134 14111111.11 11111111 114, 134 1. 1111l11ll,111111111 123, 150 I1ab1:1ika,Cl1arles 93, 100, 115, 150 l111l11.1l111. 311111111111 134 1.111'1111111, 1111111111 134 111.111, 1111111 119, 96, loo, 142 11111611, 1111111111121 111.11113111111111 103, 142 1.11111-, l11.11197. 103, 1511 111.111, 3111.111 142 11111111.111,f:111149, 134 1.1111111l., 11111111 150 1111111.11111 11111111111 142 111113, 1.11.1111 67 111.111, 11111111111 97, 150 l1111g,11111111 91, 134 111111111111151y67,a4,s5,1l11, 112, Lansdon, Barbara 117, 150 Lzipacek, Willinln 62, 67 1,111.1114, .11111 1.1.11111117, 121, 124, 1,11111.11,1:11g1.1y93, 134 111.111, 1111111111 118,121,142 111111l111, 11.1111 92 111.111, 1.11.1111 150 111111gl1l11.,11.111111 150 Iginlun en. Mr. Eugene 21, 35, 92. 9 Laureto, Patricia 67, 126 L:-iz, Paul 103, 150 Iebl. Wayne 54, 67, 84, 85 Lee, Colleen 67,112, 113,114,117 111, x1111y 117, 150 liege, Letlros 1161111111111 150 ,111111116.142 116111, 111111111167,s4 116111, 1161111167 111.1114111111111116121, 142 111.1111111111111 134 111.111, 111111311 68 111111, c:y111l1111 48, 117, 142 1.1-I'l"I ohn 49, 100, 150 l42RMliN'SCI,Ul1l11 Levin, Karen 47, 116, 126, 142 lfvin, Paul 48, 68, 84, 85, 116, 121 Iewc, '1'111111111y 142 LIIERARY AIDES 46 1.11-'1-1 Gl'.11iD CLUB 114 1,1c:l1'1'lN1: cznrzn' 125 11ll1g,1111111yl17,150 111111, 111.11111 49, 92, 105, 142 11111111111 1:1111 97, 100, 150 1.111l1111, 1111111 49, 105, 150 Iiska, 11111111111 68 1.11.1111 66111111 142 1111111l1.111l1111 117, 150 111111, 11111116 137 l.1.l111111111, 1111111111163 34, 117 l1p11111, 111111111 68 1.111111111111111 124, 134 11.16, 1111111111 118, 142 l.1.111.1,m11.1:1111e1111 22, ss, 97 111.11111 161111 ss 1111111 111111 111.11 142 11.11, 311. 1111111122 11.111161511111163 111.w111111,161111 614, 92, 102 1.1111.l.111,111111 101, 150 1.1111.1.111, 1111. 11611111 22, 41, 90 11111111, V111111111 134 l,y11111, 11111, 142 1,y11111, 114111111 68 lvl 3l111l1111111l11, 11.1111 63, 127 3111111111116 11111 68 111111111 61111111 ss 11111l1.cy11111111 117 M acken , Richard 68 Madeja, Pamela 108. 117 Nader. 11.1111 134 Madick, Donald 134 Madsen, Allan 125. 153 Madsen. Carl 69, 124. 125 Nancy 118,134,143 l1l11g111.1611, 131111 90, 142 113 125, 127. 142 3 Mahr, Christine 108, 113, 117, 142 311.101, 1111111 112, 117 111141o11m"l'ns 112 111.111, 111111111111 123, 150 311.111, Michael 145 111511111, N4111y 46, 69, 123 111111111111 111111111 153 Maly, 111r11y 97, 151 1111ly, 11111111111 4s, 116, 134 x1111.1111111l1,'1'l111131111.s5, 134 x11111111.l111, 111111111 151 x11111g11116, 11111111111 1115, 142 x1111111111g, 111111111 93. 115, 151 x11.111111, 111131111111 26 111111111 1111111111111 69 1111111111111 11111111192 96, 145 111111111111111111111127 1111111111161111., 1111111111 142 xl1111111111.1111., 11111111114 69 x1111111111..1.1111, 11111111111 142 11111111111 1111.111 39, 96, 97, loo, 142 111111111 3111111111 41-1, 127, 134 111.111, 31111111 151 11111-11l1.111.1111l11 47,127, 142 111111-.11, 111.11111 127, 134 311.1131131111111 117, 142 i1111111,111111, 93,115,151 x11111.1.1111,,11111114s, 69, 117, 119 1111111111111 1111111113 69 111111111111 31111111 117, 142 11111111111 11111111 69, 34, 85 11111111111 11.1.11 151 111.111, 11111111 151 111.111, x11.111- 69 x11.11111,11.1111 118.124, 151 111111111,11111l1111111111 22, 124 111111111,1'11111 134 111111111111,l111y11.1.1111 142 1l1111111111,s111.1111. 69 x11,111111,31.1.l1111 69, 123 Klasek, 111111111169,35,116,1211 N1.XSQl'lC .1x11 wlc: 125 x11111,1.1111. 117,151 x111111111.1.,11111.111119,134 1111111111 1111111111 100, 151 115111111 111.11111 69 x1111111111,1111111.1111l 119, 134 11111111111 1111111111113 134 x11111,11,11.11pl1 69, 137 11511,-11, 11111111 101, 142 111111111111 111111 142 111111.11.111, 1111111 37 3111111.11,'1'116111111 97, 1113, 151 11111111111 11111111111 47, 69 11111113111 11111111117, 151 X I atuska, Robert 134 Blau 1szek, Robert 142 1111111,11111y 124,151 11111-11, x1.111y 134 xlaxwell, ls111y 69, 114, 35, 91, los. 11 xl11y11,1111111 69 x111y1., 111111,-192 111111., 111111.11 145 Xlazac, Marilyn 134 3111111111, 1111111111 137 311c:11be,,l11d11l1 114, 117, 142 KICLI abc, Nancy 69, 117, 122 1111111111111 11111111115 46, 117, 122, 142 x111:1111l1y, 1111111111 134 1l1c:1.11111111, 1411111169, 125 x11111.1111111,.l1111111 105,151 x11l11.114l11,,11.1111 69, 114 111l11.11.111,l11.1111111 97,105,151 3116111111 1111111 711. 125 11111111.11 11111111111 109, 137 11111111111 1411111111111 134 Klcflann, Mary 142 McKean, Mark 89,134 XlcKcnney, Steven 97, l51 Mchaughlin, Linda 118, 151 3l11.411g11l111, 31111111111 142 Xlclees, Michael 102, 142 fllCI.ees, Patrick 151 Slclnzes, Stuart 70 McNally, Mr. Donald 22, 103 NIcNichols,joy151 XIcNuliy, Patricia 124, 134 Xledenis, lsniene 70, 84, 85,117, 119, l24 Nledenis, john 146, 151 ' Xlednansky, David 142 3l1d1111111l1y, 1.11.1111 151 Nlchl, Ronald 70 Meier, Cynthia 116, 134 Meier, Patti 70 llleincll, Edward 70 lileiner, David 49,105,142 Meinke, Linda 111, 113,114,142 Melina, Robert 47, 142 Merson, Mr. Bruce 22. 97 filestek, Robert BB, 94, 102, 134 Meyer, Deborah 70, 84, 85, 112 Slicevic, Peter 70 Michael, Miss Edna l7 Michal, Sandee ll8,'122, 142 fllichalek. Carol 142 Michaltk. Ellen 48, 113, ll4, 134 3l11l.11le1.1, 111111 49, lol, 142 Michalek, Ronald 91 Michalowski, Carol ll2, 117, 142 3111l111l1.w1111, 111111.11 151 1111111114 1111111 70 Middleton, james 151 xllgor., 11111111 145 Mikes, R ichard 116, 119, 142 Mikowski, james 49, 145 Miknlka, Diane 151 Mikulka, Thomas 89, 102. 110, :1l111y1l111, 1111. 11.111311 27 Milewski, 111411111111 127, 151 1111ll11, c1111.l 70 1111ll11. 11111111511 70 1111111111111 126, 151 1111111411111 122, 151 134 0,111 n1ll11,'1'111.111111 142 111111, 1111111111 117, 126. 145 111111, 11111111111 127. 151 x11.1.11,s111111143,114,134 Xliskcll, 11111111 117.134 Miskell, Robert 151 Mitch, Charles 94, 134 Xl iichell. Dale 88 1111111111, 11111111111 97, 103,151 x11,.11111,1:l1111.14s,711 111.11111113111111 151 311.11111 11.1111 71 x11.11111111111. 111. 11111111111 17 311.111111., 111111111111 71, 111, 114 316111111, 11111111111 123, 134 11611111111, 111.1111111111111 126, 142 111.1111111,1111111.117l 111111111111 111.111, 1115, 151 111.611, 111111111 142 111.1.11l1111141,11.1111 71. 116. 124 x11.111141,x111111111 151 11111g111.,111111111 91,127,134 x11.111111y, 11111111 94, 1111, 134 111111111, 111.111.1111 142 x11.11111, 1111116111 126, 151 x11111l,11111111l151 x11.111,1:111192,93,1l5,142 x11.1111l111, 1111111111 134 Mazen, Linda 71 1 , . x11111.11, Nl 1111111 Xl 111111, Xl 1111111111 111.111, 11 11111111, 1: hbor1ih44, 71 Barbara: 124, 151 Deborah 134 able, Donn 47, 125, 134 cnh 71 1111. 142 11111111 1111111.11 71, ss x111l1111, 111111.1111171,119.124 111111111 311. 1:1111 16 1111111111 11111.11 142 1111111111 111111 145 3111ll111111y. 111111111 71, 98 111.11111111111111 137 11.111111111111111 46,126,134 1111111111 311111111111 142 111111111-, 1111111111 71 111111.11 11111111111 1111, 142 11111111l,11111111 151 111.111, 1161111111 92, 142 111.111, 1111111111149, 142 11,111.14 11111111111 46, 71, 34, 116 11yl11l1,1111l111111 93, 115,134 N x1.111111.111, 11111111111 119, 126, 142 N1111111, 1:1111111...1111 142 N111.111,x11.1:11.1g1 23 N11p1.l11a11, 11111111 143 N11,.1l111111, 11.111111 71 NA'l'1HN.1I,Il0N0li SllClH'l'Y 85 N111111111, 111. 11111127 311111, 1,y111149, 143 Nell., 13111111171 Nelli, Steven 97, 100, 151 Nelson, Brian 134 Nelson , Kenneth 97.103, 151 N1l1611, n'1111111.1 134 N111111, 1111111111 411, 116, 127, 134 N1111111l1, 111111111111 151 N111111111, 111. 111111191 311.111, 4161111111 92, 134 N111111, 'l'111y 71 Nero, Richard 127, 134 Neville,Willia1n 151 Newton, Hr, Thomas 23 Nicastro, Mary 71, 117, 126 Nice-Astro. Robert 134 Nicholas, Cynthia 151 Nielsen, Lynn 117, 151 Nielniec, Kenneth 91, 137 Nlkcevich, Mr, Ronald 23, 92, 98 Niss. 3111. 1111111 23 Nissen. Susan 151 Noftz, Scott 127, 153 Noland, Barbara 47, 71, 122 N1.1.1.1.11, 'l'11111.1l.y 71 Nordstrom, Steven 43, 92, 105 Nornland, Mr. Richard 23 North, john 49, 97,103,151 North, Roberta 49, 134 N1.1l11111g1l, l16g11 134 Notko, Terry 43, 108, 110, 134 Novak , 111111111 134 x11.1.11l1,1111v1 89. 94, 101, 110, 134 N611111, 1111111111 118, 151 N6111111.1111qu1l1111 71, 117, 127 N1.1.11l1,1111y 71 511.11111 1.11111 134 Novak, 1.111.111 108, 113, 117, 143 N11111111,l11.1111l11 143 Novak, Novakov T hoinas 105. 151 ic, Veronica 116, 123, 134 1 B N61111, c11g11y 96, 143 Novie, Paul 72, 94, 110 N6111.11.y, 61111. 151 Novotny, Howard 127, 151 N6v1.111y, 161111 105, 151 N1.116111y, N11111y 123, 134 1v1.1111.g, 111111111 134 Nukrt, Thomas 92, 93, 115, 143 NURSES ASSlS'l'AN'l'S 47 0 1111111111111, 111111 151 0'Brien, Mrs. Mary 23,117 Ocasek, Robert 72 0'Connor, Kenneth 118, 143 O'Connor, Richard 100, 145 01-'Fllili.iSSIS'I',iN'lS 46 0g1l1.11, 1111115 151 11111, 11111111114 47, 125, 134 1111111111114 11.1192 111111-1111111, ,1111q111l1111 72 111.11113111111172 1111111111111 31111111 411, 11111, 113, 119. 126 11111.11 14111111111 911. 143 11l31.11,111111l 151 1111611, 111.11111 72 1111111.11 1161.111 72, 91, 111 1111111111, 111.111, 49, 134 111111111111-,111111111172 llo 111111, 141111.11111 117, 151 111.111, 1111111111 143 116111, 111111111133 1112. 110. 111, 134 0111211141515lMN1I1i1II,l'l1 113 1111l1y.1t111l92,93, 10l,l11,115,l-13 11111.11 11111111 lol, 143 11"1'1.1.11, 1111, 11111111 11. 23 tJ"l'oulc, liileun 72, 84, 85, 110, 112, 113, 117 11"1'1.611, 161111 97,100,151 1111. 1111111 151 1111. 1111111111 134 11111111, 311111, 119, 120,134 HI' l'S'l'ANlJING SKNIURS 82 111-11111111 1:11111 39, 93, 134 11111111.11 1111111116113 88 111.11l11111,'1'111.1111.1 39, lon, 143 1.111111411111111 47, 143 11111111, 111111111111 143 11 1111111111 111111.11111 143 11111111, 1:1111 loo, 151 1-1111111111,1l11.31111111.23 l11111.l11,1'1111111 126. 143 111111, 1111.1.111l1 126, 135 1'11gg11, 11111111111 72 l1111g1, 111111.11111 49, 151 1111111-,1111.143,143 111.111, 1.11.1.1111 101. 127,143 l1al11111,111111y 137 1111l11111, 1411111 143 l1111111.111, 111111111 72 1-11116111, 11111111111 151 1111..1111111, 111111111 135 111111111, '1'11111.1l11- 1114, 114, 135 111.11111.,x1111l1111 37, 72 11111111111, 311. 1111111111 23 11111111111 11111. wo, 143 111.111, 111111.11111 114, 117,119, 143 111.111, 11111111 43, 124, 135 111.111, 311.1111 114, 117, 151 l1111.1111.1:111111l 143 1111111-,1:11161 117, 143 11111111 1111111.11146 72, 117 11111111, x1.11111 151 111111 11111111111 72 111ll1g11111, 1111111111 72 11111131., 111111111139 135 111111l1,1a1111 135 1111111 11.1x11 49 l111gl, 111.111.1111 27 1111111114 111 1111111111 23 1111111111 1:11111 47, 151 1111111111, 111111 143 11111.111l111,l1:1l11172, 114 l1111.1111111,111.1l1- 117, 151 Perouikn, Verna 108, 112, 113, 114, 117, 130, 135 Pesek, Sandra 114, 135 Pesek, Wayne 72, 91 Pesku, Mr. Carl 22, 23, 39, l08 Peters, Colette 117, 120. 124, 125, l35 1111111111 1.111111 135 Petersen, Laura 151 Peterson, Dianne 72 Peterson, Kristin 151 Peterson, Michelle 117, 135 Peterson, Patricia 135 Peterson, Richard 117, 143 Peterson, Sylvia 119, 135 Peterson, 'Pholnas 49, 127, 137 Petranek, lean 46, 72, 116 111116111111 1511111 135 Petrovic, Beverly 48, 135 Petrucha, Rodd 135 Pian, Charles 105, 151 Phelps, Peter 97, 105, l5l Phillips, Helen 143 Phillips, William 49, 135 Piasecki, Austine 103, 145 l111s111111,11.1g1111 97, 151 Picha, Ierri 1l6, 151 Pick, Rdessa 117, 143 l11111l161,l1l11111. 92, 143 Pigatto, Gary 72, 94, 110, 111 Pine, Robert 49, 85, 91,116,117. 135 Plnta, Glenn 102, 135 Pisani, Ierry 89, 96, 100, 138, 141, 143 Pitelka,Gail 117, 124, 126, 135 Pitelka, Donna 151 1111111111 111111.11 143 Plaiske, 'Phonias 102, 135 Plasketes, Laura l51 Plaza, Cheryl 46, 118, 143 rl1111111, N11111y 151 Pluta, Cary 105, 143 Pobuda, George 49, 89, 105, 116, 143 Pots, Lilly 117, 151 Podliska, Sharon HB, 122, 143 Polak. I2orraLne 135 Polak, Paul 72 P6l11l1, 1111111 73 Poleck, Lauris 135 111.111111111,11.l111 73, H5 111.,.1l11,,11.11,.11 73, 33, 94 111.11113111111111 73. 112, 124 1-1.111l1,n'11l11-97, 146, 151 111111111111 3111-111 151 Porter, Linda 143 Ports, Mrs. iI11rul23 111141111111 111111111 143 116111111 11, 11.11111 73 111.4111l1111, 11.1.11 1.51 111111111.111,1:11.1111n 126, 135 l'1.11l1.1, 31111111 411, 1211, 135 111.11111 1411111173, 123 Pnwers, Micllnel 105, 151 Powers, Shellee 135 l'ruzak, Kenneth 48, 49, 89, 96, 100. 143 Vrelesn ik, N111111. 135 111111, 11111111 92 111111333 l1111l,,1'1'111Ns 1211 11 --,11 , I I, 1 1111 111111, 111111, 1 11111111, l111111y, 111111 73,101,110 11. 108, 143 1.11111 137 111111. 116.121,151 31111111 143 1111.1111,1:1111y173 PRO Nl l'1Rl'l'0 117 1111.111.111l, 111141111 124, 151 Proven l'rnsa, 111l,,111.11173, 108, 114 11111111111 152 Pncri, Xlnrk 102, 13.5 Pnccini, Lawrence 89, 94, 98, 1 l'ncc1ni, Maria 152 1'l'l'li'l"l'iiS 112 Pnszllcri, Robert 100. 153 35 Pinus, Lawrence 73, 88 l'ycha,C:1rol46, 117, 123,12-4, 135 4111111111 Q 111, 11111111111 135 11 11111111115 152 Rada, lioberl 49. 73 111131g1111, 3111111.11 118. 1271 15 1111111.11111 11.1111 152 11..1lg111., N1111111. 92, 135 11111l1.1l1,111l111. 93, 115, 152 111.111.111,s11111l173, 114 2 1111g1.1111,x11.1111 152 11111111111.111,111. 12111111 27 111111114 1111111111 113. 135 1111111.111111,c:111l11- 152 l111l11gl1,,11l146. 74 11111111111111111, .11111 143 11111111111, 1711 74,118 11111111111, 1161111111 91, 135 111.111, 111.11111 loo, 152 11111111-1111,l1111111l1149, 116, 122, 135 111111111, 11:1-11 152 111111111, 111111 74 111111111 116111111 137 1111111111111n'11111111141-1, 105, 143 11111, 1111. 11111611-11 23 1111161, 121111111 74 111111.11111 111.11111 74, 85 11111111, 111111111 43, 143 1111111111, 11111111 117, 143 111111111 111111.14 152 111111, 11111311111 123, 143 111111g1 r, Dennis 74, 841110, 1 11111111, 1.1.1111 137 11111111, 3111111111 46, 124, 143 111111, 111.16111 116. 135 111111.11111 11111411 74, 84 11111, 1111111111 74 111111, 11111111 48,114,119,135 111111, 111, 1111111111 16 111111111111 141111111111 74, 126 l111l11111111.11, 111. 61111111 23 111111111111611, 111111 143 11111111111611, 111111111 135 l111111111,c:1111- 152 1111l11111111, 1111161111 135 ln1111111111, 11111111 143 lb, 126 Rickscckcr, Ricllard 97, 100, 152 l11111l111g11, 1511111 152 111111l111g11, F1111111 102 RIFI,I11lII.LTl1 127 l11gg1111,,11111111 97, loo, 152 l11g011, .1ll1111 143 l1111111, 111111 152 1111111111111,111.1111111 152 , Rinidzins, Robert 49, 85, 91, 135 Rinchinso, Angelo 92 Rink, Bonnie 152 Rizzo, Evelyn 152 ROADRLTINHRS 115 Roberrson, Scan 74 Robinson, Waller 97, 152 Rock, Katherine 74. 116 Rock, Richard 105, 141, 143 l11111g111, 1111111 136 Rodriguezjesse 97, 103, 152 l11.d11g111-1, 1l111g1111111 46, 74. 851 116, 123 Ruhlnann, Christine 118, 143 Romano, Deborah 74 iionioil, Bennett 136 Rosati, Michael 143 Rose, Cathy 152 Rose, Linda 136 Rosser, Richard 92, 93, 115, 143 Rotunno, Steven 100, 152 Rouieau, Edward 74, 98 lions, Ronald 74, 110 ROUSER 119 Rowland. Pamela 49. l26. 135 117 111111-11,1 S1111111 114, 152 111111, 11111111111 74, 123 R11mpI1, Sandra 33, 46, 54, 74, 83, 110, 114 Rus, Frank 74, 94 Rus, Steven 97, 103, 152 llnsk, Patrick 92, 101, 136 Rusk, Terry 74, 114, 115 Rusnak,l1ail74, 112,123 Russell, Ralph 101, 136 l1L'SSI.1NC11l'11 116 11111111,1111g1111143 Russo, Maria 152 liuszan, Judith 75 11111111111, 11111,-75, 123 liuzicku, Erica 143 11y1111111, 1111111111 152 115111111111, 11111- 105, 143 11y1111, 111111111 136 Rysz, Cluxrlcs 89, 98, 136 Ilysz, Thomas 100, 152 S SAIRRINA SWIM C1111 114 Suinz1li,l'erry89, 96, 100, 138, 143 311111111 11111y 136 311111111, N1n11,- 152 S11lak,1'azricia 75. 120, 121, 124 31111111 N11n1y 136 Sanborn, Sharon 143 Sandahl, Mrs. l:I1'elyn 23, 110 Sanders, Mr. RIurril124, 120 Sanders, Richard 143 5111111111111 1111111111111 75 s11p1115111, 111f11y 92, 93, 136 Susma, Susan 116,11B, 124, 152 Sauer. lluncan 75, 84, 94, 98, 99, 110, 111 Sauter, 'l'rudi 75, 81,111 Savereide, Xlrs. Sue 24, 30 311w111111y, 1111. 1-111111111 24 Schz1Ik,11e1sy118, 126,152 S111111111, x11111y 152 Schellhase, Miss Claire 24 Schicle, Teresa 75, 84, 122 Schleve, Diane 112, 117, 124, 136 Scl1indalga,11ndrea 126, 136 S11111111, 1111111 136 Schlislnann, Ruben 75 S111111111111111-111 75, 94, 102, 111 Schmidt, Kalhleen 152 Schmitz, llra11l48, 98, 99, 136 Schmitz, Laura 152 s111111111111,11111 119, 96, 143 Schoonover, Lawrence 75 Schoonover, Sharon 118, 126, 152 Schulcr, Patrick 136 Schultz, jerry 36, 104, 114, 136 s111n111,11111111111 143 Schultz, Steven 89, 94, 103, 143 Schwarz, Cathy 108, 110, 111, 119, Scllwurz,-Do1111a108. 110, 111. 143 Schwass, l'a1nela 136 Scibior, Frank 136 s11111,c111y 127, 143 Scoxl, Kevin 75, 90 Scott, Lawrence 152 311111, 111111511111 137 Search, Richard 49, 136 SHIIRI-1'I'ARIl-lS 28 311111-y. 111111111 75 s111111y,x11111y 143 Sedlacek, Gary 101,136 1 Sedlak,11arhara1 143 Sedlak, l5n1ce97, 100, 152 Sedlak, Linda 117, 152 Scdlar, Mary 115, 152 Sedlock, Kurt 143 Sefkr, Yvunuxe 75 s1g1n. N11n1y 46, 117, 136 Sehsredn, Kathleen 75, 84, 122 Seifert, 'l'ho111u1s 49, 92, 117, 136 Sales, c:y11111111 136 Selig, 111111111111 136 s1111111s,Jo111 126, 143 1 . .s111111111,1111111 96, 0.1, 143 Senese, Dale 143 Sl:1XIORCI..1SS 52 S1-INIORIIONOIIS 82 Se11sex,lJzme 97, 100, 152 Sunset, Karl92, 93,115, 136 Sl:lI1lII.Ull110 3111111111 1111111 75 s11111111,11111111111 127, 143 s1111111,,1111194, 136 3111111111 1111111111 152 s1111111,1:11y11 411, 75, 124 s1yn1111, 1111111111 as s11.1111'1,1'11 110 311111, '1'111111111y 136 1 Shelby, Bruce 75. 841 85. 94, 95,108 s1111111g, N11n1,1 75 31111111111111111111111911, 143 5111111111111111111111197, 100, 3111111111 111111111 411, 75, 123, 511111, 1.1111111111 143 152 126 S111l1,1:1l1en 114, 120, 125,152 Shil1,'lames 48, 75, 91 Shi1u1mdlc, 1'a11l47, 143 Sholw Gail 152 Sl1mo1a,Carol 126, 152 Shu111, Sicinsk Siedell, N1111111116, 152 1, 31111111 136 1:11111 as S1111111, 111111 112, 152 31111111 1111111111 112. 152 311111111111.1111g1111111127 ,110,11l s11g111,111-.s1111127 Sick, 8111111111 76, 111, 123 Sicloil, Kcnuvllx 143 51elufl,W111'11u 76. 126 Sierecki, Cclesm 152 5111111-11, 111111111 76, 115 Simu, l7ux111u71i Sixnuk, Sandra 1415 Sin1o11,Iol1x148, 49. 105, 116. 144 Sixnmm, Sa1r11I148, 411, 76, 84. 85, 116 S11111111111, 111111111 1257 511111111111.,1111111711, 104 S1111psu11, Richard 49. 136 Sinudlnos, Nick 76 Si11z1di1w1.Willmnu 92, 93, 102, llib 31111, 1-111111149, 152 s111111y,111111111 121, 152 311.111, 1111111111111 152 511111, 31111111 152 Snku, S113111148, 76 S1111-r,W1lIi:m1 136 S11'11k.'l'lm111z1a 48, 144 6111111111 145 Sk:1l11,l'111I1y 118, 136 Skibinski. Putricm 136 Skibmnki. Ronald 77 Skib1usk1,'l'l1u111z11 152 . 5Kl1I1.l'I1 126 Skxrnxenl, Szuxdrzx 1216 Skvz1ri1,I1111w5 118, 127. 152 311111111-11,s11,11111149, 101, 152 Slack, l'1I1m1hcll148, 144 R s11111111,11111y 1311 611111111 11111111111 411. 77 311111111 11111111111 77 Slnnsky, 11111111111 89, 96, 144 Slater, 111111111 119, 124, 136 S1.1x::1', l'a1lr1ciu 144 Slax1er,11'il11u111 92 Sluvicek, I.1111rcn1'r 49, 136 Sleuhlzn, Nliclmel 152 3111111,x11111y77. 122 s1111111111111, 111111 144 S11111l1a. 1-'rmxcuxxc 136 1111111111111111111111144 S111111111, 11111111 77 S11111lla1k,lilIc11 116. 126. 136 Smazik, Shen-c 152 Smctuk, tllmrles 145 Snneluk, Ruben 77 S1ne1z11111, Pclcr 136 S111ilh,l5r:.1d1ord 108, 136 S111ill1,Caml 1311 Smith, Xlr, Fredrick 24, 121 S1111111, 11111111 136 Smith, Mark 48, 144 Sminh, Scott 152 hn1ilh.Wu11dy 114, 144 s1111111y111111,111, 11111111111 24, 97 Smuol, Xlr.11'11rr1-11 24, 89, 100 311111411-11111111 136 Smrz, Nancy 127, 136 Snoble. lidwzurd 152 Snuhlc. Michael 1311 s11111111,1:11111-1 152 s1111111,,1111111 114, 136 3111111111 1111111111 77 6111111111, 11111111111 144 s11111111111111, 111111 77, 81 s11111111111111, 1111111 144 1111111.s1111111 136 s1111111,1:1111g1 77 51111111 111111111 125, 144 11111111111111,11111111111 1311 So11sik11ski,Gcrz1ld 100, 144 5fll'IlH1lOl11:1121.188 138 311111111 11111111 152 311111111 111111111 117, 152 61111111, 141111 103, 114, 152 51111111 Lynn 411, 90, 98, 136 Suremcll, Karen 46, 77, 85, 117 Sore11s0n,l11Iic 481113, 114, 124, 1116 1 Sor1n1,lz111l111e 77, 123 Sr1111'ck,Willi1.m19l, 915, 115, 144 Sundcrs, Inna 77. 125 S11ud1r3, Wurrcn 97, 152 Su1111radz1, 81121111111 118, 144 S011111, lcrry 110, 121. 1256 Spacek, 111111-mm 114, 152 S1'.1NISIIiII.l1l111B 311111, 111111111 911, 1156 Sl'l:ll:2C1IKIl,Ul112l 311111, 1111111111 104. 1311 311111111 111111-111111 144 s111111111,111,111111 152 s,1111111,1111111111 118,152 311111111, 111111111 1341 31111111111 111111111111 152 S 1rh11r1178, ' 11 S 1 1 11111111111 . 4 l 1111111111. 1111111 136 Slci lmus. l'111ricm 117. 152 S1 1 1. 1:1111 : 'l lo11,luh1110 27,152 , 111111111,111.1'1 11' -fha, 11111 . 4, 114, 136 , 111111, 1:1111 '1erl111, 1111111111 1rh11, 81111111 . , 27 1111111111, 1:111- Swlz, lhnrlmr' 4, 144 S111-1111, 1111111 77 s11111111.,1111111 4, 13 S11-1'1'11s,Kz1lhl 11 44" 6111111111111 -' 124,152 Slew-111.Y11 1 8 5111111111 1 1 111111 7y, 1' Szcvrurl. ' 11l25,1f ' S1c11'11r1,' ur 1111: 92, 10 144 31111-11,1-1 97,152 S1lz15kc,la 'rc11ce104, 36 Slockd ' , Miss K 4 s -1 111117111 0 S1011 , 11 l111'l19, 20,14 511111, 111111311 5111 lchu 152 51 1111 Sc1pI11n ,8 , 10 Q .1ev11m9 144 1 1 n r,'l'homa . 10 , - , i ' ' a, Mn. ' via 27 611 -11111g,111 1144 311111, 111111 136 5111ng1111111, 11'11yn1 153 8110111-11111-, 111111111 78 Smahecker, Nlurcvla 110, 136 S1r1mc,l'u11l78, 91 s11y11111, 11111111 136 S'I'L'171-IN'l'KIOVNIIII, 108 911-1111,111,111111 24, 125 Suchucki, Darlene 144 S11l1r,1Iaml122.144 S11l1r,l11dy47,122,136 s11111111111, 1111111192 s11111111111,,1111111 92. 144 Sulllvzxn, 1l1cl1.1cl 47, 144 Suma. Sharon 136 811101, 1Jalc126,136 Svudbik, Roberta 116, 145 511111111 11111111y 153 Svel1l11,I1icl1z1rd 118, 127, 144 S1'11ak, Frederick 100, 144 Svoboda, lhmicl 136 Svubodzn, Michael 153 31-11111, 111111111111 97, 153 sv.-111111, Kay 153 Swsuusun, Mr..1rxl1ur 24, 126 Swanson, Mr.jzm1es 24, 110, 127 Swicrk, Nunuu 126, 153 S1YINl1lING'l'1'111X1 104, 105 swn1g11111111, 11111111 144 sw111g11,111111 136 3111111111 1.111111 100, 153 1 Syllmg, 11111 111111111111 24, 110 Sylvester, Alben 153 T 11111111111111,1111111111111 711, 114, 95, 1111111, 111111111 153 '1'11yl111, 12111111 144 '11,-1111, 11111111111 153 'l'cic!m1a11, '1'111l11111111, 1111111197,1110, 153 11111y 136 'l'l:1N NIS 91 '1'1,1111-111111 '1'111111111111- 1111, 11111111 126, 1311 1111,'1'1111111111 97. 101, 1 Turrazino, K achy 153 'l'err1lL1110. '1111111111,1 T111-re5e 108, 113, 136 01111 144 'lc1cak, Warren 49, 78, 85 1111111. 111,111 153 'I'u11g11, 11155 Alice 24 'l'11o111ps1111,C11ml 124, 153 Q '1'111111111g111, 11161 11111111 25 11111111113 1111111 153 '1'111g11111, Hilde 153 11111111111, 1111111111 1111 1211, 1.57 1111111, 14111111111 78 'I'ro111, Roberxu 153 'l'rp1so1'sky. Delores 117. 119. 124. 137 'l'11idcr, Ruben 145 11111111, .1nI111r 47, 115 Turn "e1l49. 14' 'l'1'rdik, 1 M111 A 'I'1'rrl1k, 51111 1 li. 'l'yI. 111111 153 U l'I1Iic11, 111111111111 3 l'l1lir,1ir11c1-88 l'l11ir, 1"r1111k 96, 10' 5 l'1'l'l'11i'Il:1NP1'1 'i ' 1' 85 l'r:1sky, X11 lim 1 5.124 1'111111y,s1111 11, 4,145 1111,.11111111 45 111111111 1 1 1011, 110. 137 ' 11-1 711, 101,110 1'1111111,11, , ,- . 97,1111 1'11111111111.1-1111 7 1151111:11c:1.1'. 1 - 11111.1f11111111 4 4 1'11111111111,11' 27, 137 1'111111,11111111,1117, 14 111111, 1:1111 54. 711. 3, 114, 311, 94, 98, 1011, 109.110, 11 1'1111111, 5111 111 137 '11111111111 . 1111 1:11111 137 1111111 1 11 1111111111121 122 1111 11111 411 47 78 122 1 11 11 2 1,1111 11 115 53 11111 1 2 3 1111111 P111 16 145 111111111 1111111 117 1111111111 11111197 103 151 11111111111 1 78 11111111111 11111 7 1101111 96 105, 111111179 11 115 94,11ll, 1 11 s 7 .111 111 11111111125, 94 111111111111y 14111111137 1 ek 11111148 17 11 111 11 18 1111011 11.111111 137 1 1111111 1111 111.1 1111111 X 1 1'1 1.---'1f.' 1 Xk, 1 "d 9' 12 u 1' ' 93, ,1 ' Villa, .1 41 92 1'1 , :111 ' ,15: 1'1 1, 1 . , 111111 ' 11,1 ck ,93,111,115,145 1" ' , N 1 1-1 11,.1-11 1. , 145 '21 , ' " , - , Ill 1'1 11' ,. 111 9, 23 V' d '. 1. A . ' 'f ' , fa 'i ,1. V11 1, b1 ,153 'A ' ,',1 11" 1. 1'1 1 -,I , ': 123 53 I'l11m1ps1m, Mr. I.aR11e 17 'l'11u1upso11, Michael 94, 104,108, 110, 114,136 1'1111111p11111, N111 144 '1'1111111p11111, 1111111111 153 l'hor11rosc, 121.11490 l'i11o1s1111. Slave 136 111111111, '1'1111y 78, 81,91, 126 Srznuek. 11111151 40, 48, 77, 84, 85, 104. 112 l 13, 114 Slahcnuu, Megan 117, 152 S111111, C111111opI1er 144 Slader, Iiudzx 136 s111n111, 111111111-11 115, 1011, 113, 119, 124 3111111111111,1111,1 1116 S1n11le:y,l7ar.1'id 77, 84, 85. 116 Stanley,f1ordon 108, 121, 125,136 Su1rknvi1I1, David 137 Starkovich, Debra 152 Sxeams, Harry 77 Stearns, Nmu 152 Slebor, Mrs. Eleanor 26 Slsfek, Lmda 122, 152 s111111111111111,,11r111y 152 Steinbrccher, Theodore 48, 77, 84, 108 1'uhia1, llzxrbzna 126, 144 11111111111111, c:111g1 97, 153 1111111111111,111111111192,96, 105, 1 11111111111111, 11111111111 78 1'111111111,1111111 144 1'11111111,11'1111111117s '1'11111111111, 11111111111 153 1111111111, 111111 115, 144 111111111111, 111111111111 78 '1'11111111,1111111y11 111, 114, 136 111111111. 11111111 93, 100,153 11111111111, 1111. 1111111111 24, 123 136 '1'11p111,1111. 1111111111y 25,27 11111111. 11111111 78 Topul, Theresa 144 Turrison, Linda 137 'I'orrisun, Richard 78, 88, 94, 111 Torrison, Ronald 89, 144 Tonorella, Karen 145 'l'or1onc1, Gail 123, 137 Toschak, Michael 126 Toschak, Ruben 145 Townsend, Mr. Hugh 25, 92, 93 'l'l1ACK'lA1-21111192 44 111111111 111111111 1111, 111111111 145 1'111111g111, 1111111111 145 1'11111k, 1111111111 49, 115, 91, 137 1'111111111,11111p11 145 1'1111y,111111 96, 105, 145 V111111111, 14111111111 49, 79, 114, 119, 1111111111, 1111111179, 114, 115, 123 1'1111111,'1'1111111111 145 111111111, 11111111 79, 94 1'111111,11111111 97, 105, 153 1111111, 11111111 127, 137 1111111. 111111111 153 1'1111111111,11111111 116, 145 1'1111111,1111111111 115, 153 111111, 111111111111 123, 137 111111, 11111111 145 Ylcck, 11111111111 79, 102 1111, 111111411, 113, 117, 124, 145 1'111,11111111111 100, 153 1'1111111111, 11111111196, 145 11111, 1111111111 79, 112 1'11g11g, 111111111111 145 1'11g1,111111179, 84,85 1'1111111,1-111111111117,122,145 1'111111,c:1111111111179, 119. 124 V111111, 11111111111 79 1'111p1,1111111111 125, 137 111111, 1111111111 79 11111111111111, 111111 116. 117, 145 1'1111111y, 11111111197. 11x, 127, 153 1'1111111y, 11111111 411, 114,124, 137 1'1111111y, 11111111 47, 105, 153 1'1111111y,111111111111179, 1013, 112 11111, 1111111111 79, 115 Voss, 11111111111 119, 94, 137 Voss, 311111111 145 1'11111a, 11111 79, 115 1'111111y,1111111111111 137 1'111111y, 511111149 117, 153 1'n311111, 11111111115, 116, 117,137 1'y1111111y, 11111111111 411, as, 137 1'y11111, 1:51111 123, 137 1'y11111,1'111111 411, 89, 94, 100, 1311, 145 v,-11111111, 11111111 117, 153 15111111111111, 1111111111 46, 145 vy11n1111k, 11n1111 137 1'y1111111. N11111y 79, 116,119 W 11'1111111g11111,111.1v1111111 25,90 11'111111111,11111n 145 11'11g11,1111.1111111111 27 111111111, 01111111 79 11111111, P111111111411, 111, 118, 126, 137 11'1111111, 111111111111 153 W1111111, 1111111111 46, 79 11'1111111,c1111y 43, 145 Wallwin, 1111111y 137 11'111111111, N1111111 153 sk 121, 125 11'11111,'1'1111- 103, 153 11111111111, 1111111111 145 11'1111, 111. 11111111111 25, 119, 100 11'11111111111, 111111111192, 103, 145 1111111111111, 111111111179 11'1111.111111111 92,94.110,111,137 111111, 311111111 145 1111111111, 1111111111 110. 153 111111, 1111111 137 11'11111111,x11111y 1111, 145 1111111111.311111-111179.114,115,1111 111-11111-. 11111111111 79 1111111. 11111111 110. 115. 117. 123 1111111-, 1,1111y 153 11 1111-1, 1111111111 1:17 11 1111-1, 11111111111 97, 103, 153 11111111, 11-11111111 137 11111111, 111111111110 111111111111, 111111111 B0 11111111,111111111110,s4,115,94, 116 11'111111,1'11g111111 153 11'111g11. 1111y111111111 89 11111111111111, 11111111 153 11'111111,1111111111 123, 153 11111111, 11.11111 111, 145 11111111, 111. 1:'rucl27 11111111, 11111111111 153 11111111. 111111111 145 111111111 111. 11111111 11. 25 1111111, 111111111111 145 Wessel, N111111j11111411,110, 124 11111, 1111111 93, 153 1Ycs1l1ofT,l1icl1urd 105, 145 11'11111111,1:11111 126, 137 11'111111111111g, 111111197, 105, 153 1111111, Miss 11111111126 1111111111111, 11111111 153 11'1gg1111, 1111111111014 1111111, 111.11'11111111 25, 116 11'11111111,11111 111111y 25 111111111111, 111111111 114 111111111111, 11111111111 105, 108, 153 11'1111111,,111111 145 111111111, 111111111111 137 111111111, 11111111 153 11'1111111,1111111 80 11111, 111111111193, 100, 153 1111111111111, 1.1111111111 110, 84 11111111111111, 1111y11 91, 126, 127, 137 11111111, 111111111 15:1 1111111, 111111111 145 11'111111w1111, 121111111 153 11'111111-111111, 1111111111130 11111, 111111111111 117, 153 111111111, 111111411 1011, 111, 145 11'1111111111,.11111 119, 145 11'1111111,1,111.11111111125 11'11j11111-111, 111111111 137 111111, 11111 1111111111 26 11'1111g,K111111111 153 11'11ng, 1111,-111111111 110, 110 1111111111111, 1111, 11111111 26 11'111111111g, 11'11111y 153 11'111111,1111111111112, 1.53 1111111111, 5111111111 so, 114, 104, 111 1111111111, 1111111113, 153 11'111111,11111111119, 145 11'111:s'1'1,1xc: 'l'1i111I 102. 103 111111111, 111111111 46, so 11'n11111, 11111111 137 11'1111111w111,111111 144, 145 11'y111,1111, P1111 97, 153 Y 1'111111g,c:111111111146,123,137 1'1111ng, 1411111 153 1'111111g111111, 11111111111 137 11111111, 11111111111 1111, 15:1 Z x1111111111,1'11-1111 411, 145 211111, 1111111111 124, 153 x11111,111111111 104, 110, 137 211111, 1111111111 145 x111111,1,1111111111 127, 137 z111111111,1-1111146,s0, 104,111,114 111111111 111111 so z1111,1'11111111149,s0 Z111111111111, 1:1111 101, 137 Z1111111, 111111111111 49, so Zarn, 111111111111411, 1011, 125, 133, 137 x111111111,11'11y111 91, 137 Zawila, Wayne 47, 120, 125, 127, 137 Zborowski, Larry 97, 100, 153 Zhorowski, Xborowski, Xborowski, Zdeblick, W leonard 97, 100, 153 Mr. Richard 25 Ronald 100 illiam 153 211111111,1:11n11111 153 x11111111,1111111 122, 126, 145 Z1111111, 141111111111 123. 137 x11111111, 1111111 43, ss x111g11, 31111111 117, 125, 145 Z11111111, 1111111111 110, 115, 119, 145 z11111111y,n11v111 137 z111f1111, 111111111 137 z11111111111111,s111111 153 Zimoszr ad, Nina 80 z11111w.1v11y111 153 Zolos, Nafsica 117, 153 Zubak, Barbara 48, 108, 114, 115, 145 z11p11111,111111111ny 137 Z111111111, s1111111y 145 Zupkas, s11p111111 124, 145 zy1111111y, 111111111 89 Zylka, C111111 153 116, 119, 159 me I 'Mmm-5,9 W 1. 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