St Vincent High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1966

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Q. ,,, YK 41-3' ' .IQ '1' ff' "-13 jak A A, -. , 4 Af.-g Q a' uf ' sf.,'ii. 4' 5 I . 'I ,S if ,. - C Q"5f' ' '. an 'ks 1 L, F1 V- .... O . 1 31, x ' Q I . 4 ..J Y, . , ' 5--s. ' as mm! -, - 1 1 i ., .f sri? ff. if c- ,, N , sv Qfgfff ,. A 5, J ff"'i, Y mfg . ,S A . Jn. - Wifl1l1aldN0 Sacrwcc Administration Classes 1 Seek Na Snrdid Gain . . Clubs Student Life 9c'zzrjVz15'oe. . . . . . Sports ,411 Will me uw. . Q A S ,No Coil. . i. . 4 I4 32 56 78 4 J X W v s W Y Y 1 Y 4 1 . F 3 l w Wiflzhrfld N0 Szzcrwce Seas of young faces- discovery of the individual, lmparting the gift of knowledge- giving of time and talent a These touch but a part of the vital profession, One as complex as the people it must feed. lt bears the duties of patience and understanding, Of influence and inspiration, Of seeking to listen, as well as to teach, Of bringing to young minds the truths of their world. nd self Through learning we find ourselves, Through their sacrifice, our future. Christian education prompts and inspires clergy Most Reverend Clarence lssenmann, S.T.D. Coadiutor Bishop of Cleveland Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese ,Z Most Reverend Edward F. Hoban, S.T.D. LL.D Archbishop-Bishop of Cleveland Most Reverend Clarence Elwell, Ph.D. Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland Diocesan Superintendent of Schools ,R .32 l l to guide students in civic and moral duties Right Reverend Monsignor Edward B. Conry The Class of 1966 salutes the Right Reverend Monsignor Edward B. Conry in apprecia- tion of and gratitude for all he has done to better the cause of education in the Akron deanery. ln his twenty-five years as pastor of Saint Vincent Parish, Monsignor has al- ways been an enthusiastic leader and supporter of Saint Vincent High School-its spir- itual strength, scholastic achievements, athletic accomplishments, and alumni participa- tion. To him we dedicate this i966 edition of "The Shamrock" with the best of wishes. Rev. Howard J. Wolf Director Administrative heads provide capable leadership i"""' if-t""' i The phone rings and another office day be i A U, NX .Hall gins for Mrs. Csonka. An orderly and well-run school is a combination of efforts by administration and student body. Under Father Howard J. Wolf, St. V's director, and Sister Marie, principal, the administration guides over eight hundred students along a path of knowledge--a path often heaped with mounds of paper work. Capable guidance counselors were always available to help stu- dents with problems and offer advice when needed. Teacher-student problems were re- solved, college and scholarship applications were considered. Besides regular classroom hours, the faculty members dedicated a great deal of time to extra-curricular activities neces- sary in preparing today's hard-working students for tomorrow's challenging world. l is Sister Marie, O.P. Principal to guide the advancement of student progress r-"4"' Af. vs... M iv-Q ,MQ tg Nqr -M W- . 'Q-Qu-o Mother M. Rosalia Sister M. Monica Mr. John Cistone Sister M. Aquinas Religion, French History, Geography Vocational Guidance Mechanical Drawing C.S.M.C. Counselor Counselor Physics, Counselor Counselor Coach: Football, Shamrock Shamrock Basketball Teachers meet the challenge of helping students Sr. M. Fabian, O.P. Religion, English, Social Studies Shamrock Photography Sr. M. Josette, O.P. Religion, Home Economics, Social Studies Vincenteen Boosters ' l Miss Irma Bender German, Social Studies Vincenteen Boosters Mr. Louis S. Trenta, Jr. Religion, Social Studies Christian Action Corps Mrs. Ralph Witt Social Studies Mrs. James W. Aldrich Social Studies, Shorthand Student Council, Irish Secretarial Club Sr. M. Vincent, O.P. Religion, English Magazine Drive Q-K.-W .ss K. .L . ref: wg. MM. J. ftgf' gain knowledge, practice virtue, and achieve goals Sr. M. Martin, O.P. Religion, English, Journalism, Creative Writing, Vincentian, Leprechaun Lit I 'Ps ,vit Sr. M. Clarita, O.P. English, Social Studies Sr. M. Aloysius, O.P. Religion, English, Music Culture L Chorus, Modern Music Masters ...W 11 ' 4-.hr -xii' l i',x Sr. M. Michael, O.P. Religion, English Audio-Visual Staff CCD Teacher Training Mr. Richard L. Cryder Band Wg .J Molding thoughts and ideals, dedicated faculty Sr. M. Clarice, O.P. Religion, Latin Sr M Jordan OP Religion French National Honor Society B Y -533 S x Y . . , . . XO ,S a 5 noon Q , Wx x .,1. aaa B ' Shamrock Copy Staff i "" W g Mr. Bruce Brubach Biology Head Coach: Wrestling Audio-Visuals Sr. M. Denise, O.P. Chemistry, Physical Science Chem-Phy Club Mrs. Jerome Collins l so Secretarial Practice, Typing Business Law, Office lrish Secretarial Club Mr. Douglas J. Watts, Jr. Health, Physical Education Social Studies, Head Coach: Track Cross-Country, Basketball Miss Mary C. Kaufmann Health, Physical Education, Biology Future Teachers of America l Girls' Athletic Association, Cheerleaders builds a foundation for future achievement I Mr. Joseph A. Mackey Bookkeeping, Economics General Business, Physical Education Coach: Basketball, Tennis, Football Mr. Terrance Horrigan English, Speech Athletic Director Coach: Football, Golf, Varsity V Mr. Charles Fitzsimmons Mathematics Chem-Phy Club Sr. M. Julianne, O.P. Religion, Mathematics Bookstore Mr. Kenneth Berry Mathematics g Future Physicians Sr. M. Bernard, O.P. Librarian as wh-V' Library Assistants ff Mn ww. 0 F' 1.-v--.gn Q' s.-U ., , . vw Y, -Z 3 vii 9 V ,x , 'W' kip-- , Q.. 'HJ .14 ,Q -an fw .V Q ,A Q, 5 ,:..,1"' V 'f :b,KV.,.., w p V. It 4-sw, '91 3 Grudge N11 C0 7 To toil in study- to grow in knowledge cmd experience To know responsibility- to meet sacrifice willingly. These are the routine and discovery of school life, The beginnings in today of our tomorrow. We find our first experience in community living, Learning of sacrifice and privilege, of authority and honor, Training ourselves for a future world. ln fortitude we find success, ln that success, our own contentment. 15 Freshmen acquire skills to face new challenges Freshman Homeroom 102 Bottom Row: T. Madden, D. Friess, S. Testa, M. Dunphy, O. Zurowskyi, K. Coffman, P. Knight, M. Mundy, G. McNichol. Row 2: R. Greene, C. Swenson, C. Schaelzle, D. Johnson, K. Roberts, D, Culbertson, K. Penrod, S. Lecon. Row 3: J. Vaughan, M. Wilhite, C. Scarpellini, J. Mahaley,.S. Bachmann, C. Spallino, D. Kochis. Row 4: J. Dzuris, S. Jessie, K. Brodecky, A. Paulus, R. Vielhaber, J. D'Andrea, L. Graf, P. Williams. Q-J j f Languages posed only one of the many problems experi- enced by freshmen. Along with the new math and the technicalities of deciphering the IBM schedule cards, they provided occasional sources of frustration and despair, coupled with a sense of sat- isfaction and achievement. In preparing a daily program of studies, the freshmen devel- oped the valued art of budg- eting time wisely. Freshman year portrays a continual striving for maturity, a ma- turity that comes only by dint of perseverance and good hard discipline. The class of '69 found a good bit of help in the example of other Irish. Freshmen Cindy Kurtz and Kay Brodecky display their prize-winning French hats. C'est la model 16 Shy newcomers anticipate the first social fling No surviving freshman can describe to you the same ex- perience in his first encount- ers at St. V. While one buys an elevator pass from a scheming senior, another is rushing into the wrong room or learning that he doesn't stand up to recite in class. People are new and strange, but school plans supply excit- ing activities to overcome all "Freshman .litters." Dances and various athletic events provide many opportunities for making memories. While J homeroom representatives are chosen, the freshmen as- sume new responsibilities and work to attain their goal. l l l Anticipating an evening of fun and excitement, a group of freshmen invade the Howdy Hop. - f,.XsY Q Q 4 I j Bottom Row: V. Delagrange, M. Cistone, J. Stadelman, J. Carano, D. Downie, R. Brislinger, K. Vanlieu, D. Smith. Row 2: K. lenke, C. Schlosser, P. Wendling, M. Bailey, V. Miller, J. Coletta, T. Wilmot. Row 3: M. King, K. Haren, B. Tetzel, J. Johnson, J. Wofno, B. Pepper- ney, S. Riegler. Row 4: D. Kolar, D. Sawan, K. France, T. Arnold, C. Edwards, P. Lynch, B. Major, M. Murphy. Row 5: D. Memmer, P. Pastor, J. Mclntyre, C. Villers, M. Goehler, W. Sutter, L. Jacksits. Freshman Homeroom 301 Defeated Irish displa talent in paying "war debt" Freshman Homeroom 302 Bottom Row: T. Miller, R. Maliarich, M. Ciancheiii, C. Pesko, C. Leon, D. Lamusga, C. McGrevey, T. Kolb, D. Wilson. Row 2: P. Elick, P. Baker, F. Doria, D. Musyi, M. lmes, J. Salsky. Row 3: R. Volchko, D. Thomas, K. Carney, C. Gannon, P. Lucas, R. Suffer, C. Rongane, J. Harflaub. Row 4: J. Parkinson C R ' ' , . eymann, D. Schmidl, L. Jones, L. Amer, C. Wergand, B. Gless, J. Dalion. . V. 1 I i i 1 JEL x . I The Freshman Five, D. Rzasa, F. Laaisch, R. Vollmer, M. Ciancio, M. Goehler, sing our magazine drive defeai io winning ciassmafes. ' ...J ,.f. Vocation Da develops insight into religious life v... -Q Freshman Homeroom 303 Bottom Row: J. Donvifo, K. Paciorkiewicz, K. Cosfigan, D. Kelley, L. Lovelace, M. Yeager, K. Miller, M. McGrady, S. Marshall. Row 2: B. Florin, T. Neff, M. Gill, J. Reed, M. Meselr, M. Trecaso, A. Carver, V. Sabino. Row 3: E. Hayes, L. Lamonica, T. Rofen, D. Bosfon, A. .lur- koshek, M. Ciancio, D. Thornburg, P. Leon. Row 4: R. Pefir, T. Alexander, T. Moiuschak, M. Hyland, D. Denfe, S. Shreve, M. Stempfel. Row 5: .l. Wasil, T. Baughman, R. Vollmer, R. Sfruclrel, W. Schulz, P. Endress, R. Wiseman. .?islQ.M I -si. rg is f i S fl: 4 q Lf A Varied Vocalion Day exhibils challenge freshman girls, while also focusing alfenlion on opportunities in diocesan religious orders Homework, upperclassmen, crowded halls, change , l . 1 ' , ' -5 4.6, ggu- Morning hustle and bustle at the bell's first ring transforms . . . . empty hallways into busy highways to a full day's schedule. 36523 Freshman Homeroom 304 Bottom Row: M. Titus, J. Bisheimer, K. Christensen, J. Shaheen, K. Miletti, K. Beattie, C. Gilbride, C. Woodburn, M. Sear. Row 2: S. De- Orio, F. Case, M. Donataccio, E. Phillips, E. Maynard, V, Colpo, R. McDonald. Row 3: J. Kane, A. Leonard, R. Strecker, H. Fletcher, A. Royer, J. Horn, D. Ochsenhirt. Row 4: J. Engler, P, Stevens, E. Cornelius, J. Kelly, D. Rzasa, M. Lorenzo. Row 5: E. Meyer, D. Hazlett, V. Procac- cio, P. Warner, R. George. Row 6: J. Adams, T. Walsh, V. Kozar, F. Laatsch. 20 of classes, present bewildering routine for frosh 'YY -I , -qi el . 1, if A I Freshman Homeroom 305 Boftom Row: T. Ondeclcer, J. Cornecelli, K. Krause, J. Fenwick, E. Placanica, P. O'Connell, L. Gerbasi, C. Kannel. Row 2: l.. Ward, C. Giffels, C. Helmkamp, J. Fabrizio, P. Berlsch, M. Lewellen, C, Kuriz. Row 3: R. Keith, K. Walzer, E. Seybold, R. Peiif, M. Dies, J. Abell, B. Christ, B. Trares. Row 4: C. McDermott, J. McDermoH, J. Beeching, J. Leskanic, G. Devany, S. Tynan, J. Royer, T. Sfrebler. Row 5: J. Mi- chaud, D, Stockholm, M. Zemla, R. Royer. Row 6: J. Lawrence, J. Costner, S. Semilia, J. Conrad. 55,5 T D We FEET 16. :ii Parr of the daily scene during lunch period was a sieady group of sfudenf cusfomers who pafronized the cafeieria for ifs fasiy menus. r V 'eglwikqf I' ' 1 1 Ph' if Sophomore Homeroom 104 Bottom Row: J. Kellogg, P. Hart, E. Ransweiler, E. Sauter, J. Schaetzle, J. Gill, M. Fletcher, P. Giffels. Row 2: R. Kane, M. Myers, J. Watson, J. Flynn, V. Lavery, M. Dies. Row 3: R. Destro, J. Racco, N. Stitz, K. Cook, K. Conroy, B. Shaw. Row 4: D. Bremmer, R. Hellwig, M. McDer- mott, R. Heffernan, R. Murphy. Row 5: M. Weigand, P. Shedlosky, J. Leon. When it comes to mastering German and geometr e .. 'Q wf'f""'f7 A little bit of the "Old Country" is brought to the German ll class as Chris Vukan and John Quinn reproduce a Christmas holiday in Germany 22 Since the beginning of time, men have pondered over life -its meaning and its make- up. The sophomore class has accepted this challenge. With the newness of high school behind them, they are enjoy- ing the satisfaction and re- sponsibility of assuming a deeper relationship with the student body. Discoveries are made daily in every field of learning. Subiects such as math, history, and biology help the sophs to know what will be expected of them later on. The colorful realm of lan- guages opens numerous vis- tas of fun. With anticipation, the sophs smile brightly at the future which is theirs. By displaying triangular models from geometry classes sophomores show they are not square sophomores are certain they don't know everything if gigs we :Ft Sophomore Homeroom 106 Bottom Row: M. Souers, M. Smith, .l. Churchwell, L. Tomei, T. Botzum, D. Brunner, M. Klein S Clark Row 2 l. Bertsch B Durkee E Marcius, J. Micholashek, J. VanMeer, L. Galizio, T. Burkley, C. Sconku. Row 3: C. Seidel, E Shrmer J Pappano P Kraft S Peters M A Jones, M. Howard, M. Massaro. Row 4: S. Kalgreen, T. Reese, C. Grappo, E. Mellion, L. Grote D Dedmsky Row 5 T Durbin F Rucker T. Barr, J. Wilhite. 0 53 ,.. ..v ,., 1,3 ,.. Sophomore Homeroom 108 Boffom Row: P. Mafuska, M. Horan, R. Coleman, K. Brown, K. Gemind, A. Wooley, M. Speighf, C. Chrisf. Row 2: D. Gaffney, T. Wile P. Allwin, M. Krumeich, R. Maischaider, M. Fisher, J. Graf. Row 3: T, Vinceni, V. Pianalfo, D. Reed, S. Thomas, N. Capafoslo, D. Dunn J. Ruby. Row 4: J. Slovski, A. Androsky, P. Aiclalo, K. Barlow, K. Seiler, L. Crumrine. Row 5: T. Delczgronge, G. Brown, J. Meley, M. Kish W. Zwisler. Stud of principles of life and first adventures J al www' - 0 .o e fi! "' , l - ' Q , """'-'r5'l"" 1 4 .,., ' '. " fA:rg.,,. A fp 'Wir Mr. Brubach sfresses o point on profozoo fo a sophomore biology class. The biology courses span onimafe, inanimate, and human life. Sophomore Homeroom 202 Bottom Row: C. Ake, R. Mazur, M. Halaiko, J. McCormick, E. McSweeney, P. Thaden, P. Shaheen. Row 2: F. Zuch, C. Vukan, M. Dela- grange, C, Gadal, S. Flannery, M. Whelan, C. Holleran. Row 3: J. Kus, A. Mollica, D. Lucas, J. Kinney, E. Fry, M. Russo, M. Banco. Row 4: T. Creelan, J. Genfner, R. O'Dea, T. Schindewolf, C. Poda, M. Sloudf, M, Dunlavy. Row 5: G. Zollon, M. Armour, J. Skinner, M. Car- medy, M. Reaman, J. Case, M. Alexander. into literature bewilder second year students 5 Q fri: l 5, Mrs v inf 4, i..-gn N.. m . 5 5 f sn.:-.f-..4.. '4- ...hen Q rl' 0 .of -1 . , M Mister Horrigan conlemplafes a point made by an English sludenf. Terry relurned to Sf. Vincenf as head of the alhlelic deparlmenl. . A' 'sc .. Sophomore Homeroom 206 Bottom Row: S. Sonderman, K. Smith, C. Knapp, J. Trecaso, R. Grifa, M. Tynon, K. Clark, C. Clark, N. Seor. Row 2: T. Bayman, P. Sehika, M. DeShon, C. Burkhart, R. Buckley, K. Rennie, C. Wilson. Row 3: M. Merzweiler, M. Pepperney, L. Wiolland, C. Degan, J. Ede, M. En- right. Row 4: C. Johnson, E. Garrett, T. Mariola, C. Griffiths, C. Paulus. Row 5: R. Metzler, G. Markovich, J. Rice. Promenades in France and Gaul acquaint students mint. x. . ,- to - if' tix fi: -X ,- ai' K 'ffl 'ifii ' "W s- 1 LT- 'f"fx UTA X N !6.gRc.r Q 1 . V' r FSS' Y "-ry X k in .., ' ' S Q Sk "Sq,5,.k. Q fm-T' .N 34- .- 2553, Q y. T , +41 HC .s f - W.. 3 'il .J ,., Q4 'N-., Charting the extensive journeys of Aeneas through the ancient lands of Carthage and Greece are Tim Rosinski, Sue Flannery and Monica Beesing '26 Sophomore Homeroom 306 Bottom Row: K. Bolesny, L. Bailey, M. Kane, L. Dukerich, L. Flcnnlgan, B. Bczlchczlc, M. Shaughnessy, T. McDermott. Row 2: D. Kelly, A. Cas- olenuovo, C. Harmon, D. Scheotzle, K. Quinn, L. Nelson. Row 3: T. Rosinslci, R. Wemm, T. Boyer, E. Hogan, C. Wolzer, N. McGuclrin, D. Ruth. Row 4: D. Morris, R. Conn, D. Franz, T. Cotruvo, R. Longville, P. Lavery. Row 5: J. Carroll, A. Sutter. with culture and atmosphere of foreign lands T E9 I, .af ' uf.,-M., f .,. A , A J WWW Listening to tapes odds much to enjoyment of French culture for M. Royer, C. Donovan, P. Armour, R. Stuhldreher, D. Kelly, and S. Cogcr. Officers plan activities for the year as juniors Junior Homeroom 101 Boifom Row: F. Swartz, .l. Churchwell, S. Selby, R. Naiion, S. Ludwig, D. Heller, P. Abell, R. Sluhldreher, J. Merizlufff. Row 2: J. Quine, B. Grible, A. Edminisler, G. Brodecky, S. Cogar, L. Waller, M. Madrak, L. Roman. Row 3: G. Johnson, 8. Bisheimer, M. Fuller, L. Beeching, M. McGuckin, C. Crumrine, G. Polsinelli, D. Gearharf. Row 4: L. Schrenk, R. McDonald, A. Durkee, K. Souers, B. Dixon, J. Wilson, P. De- Haven. Row 5: K. Wyler, T. Ziga, M. Becker, M. Whealon, T. Kelly, G. Bafal, A. Urdiales. Row 6: D. Salsky, M. Pacenla, S. Goehler, M. Walsh, D. Tierney, B. Meizler, J. Walsh. Row 7: G. Marunich, D. Horn, C. Baughman, P. Wilson, R. Warner, R. Mallcrich. Class officers John McDermoH, presidenf, Lois Beeching, vice-presidenl, Ron Malfarich, lreasurer, and Cathy Carlisle, secreiary plan junior aclivifies. 9 'il I 44 4 ,Nun W4 gain maturit through active school participation No longer "wise fools," not yet seniors, iuniors strive to meet the responsibilities of being upperclassmen. The ring ceremony, for the first time held in November, marked the juniors' new sta- tus. National Honor Society membership, a long-awaited privilege in freshman and sophomore years, was at last open in junior year. A repeat of the l8OO election signified the return of team teaching to St. V's history program. Rounding out a full year, the Junior class planned and exe- cuted the Junior-Senior Prom. iy 'QJ7' Qs 1 virus-v - -... .Y-... - Junior Booster members Pam Miller and Kathy Lorenzo man the refreshment booth at the annual Howdy Hop held by the Christian Action Corps. Junior Homeroom 305 Bottom Row: L. Poppenhouse, J. Thomas, K. Lorenzo, R. Graf, J. McFadden, R. Starr, P. Seaman, A. Sonderman. Row 2: P. Petroski, M. McGrevey, G. Rooney, K. Merzweiler, B. Bialy, R. Piekarski. Row 3: D. Merzweiler, S. Manderbach, C. Crimi, L. Clark, F. Dillick. Row 4: J. Dzuris, C. Lintner, L. Heffelman, T. Khoury, M. Durkin, D. Russo. Row 5: J. Howard, C. Koscik, M. Spallino, A. Haren, N. Moneypenny, D. Tetzel, P. Greenwald. Row 6: D. Scott, M. Cross, J. Sparhawk, M. Ciborek, M. Dembosky, E. Morris. 29 Exchanging ideas in spirited and lively debate, l Junior Homeroom 302 Bottom Row: P. Dunlavy, S. Cornecelli, M. Schaefzle, D. Hilkerf, K. Schaefer, R. Berfsch, J. Richardson, P. Mahaley. Row 2: C, Miller, J. Schlichling, P. Renzi, M. Gill, J. Barlow, K. Beskiff, B. Suffer, R. Keehner. Row 3: P. Maischaider, M. Sfiih, M. Nolan, L. Hamillon, D. Cos- fello, S. Gibson, M. Michunas. Row 4: F. Cziraki, C. Carlisle, C. Emanuele, S. Laslocy, L. Burgess, S. Slovslci, S. France. Row 5: J. Single- ion, S. McCarthy, G. Hippich, M. Drexler, J. McDermolf, B. Noelhan, N. Flofo. 1-fr Al f'-J Junior Homeroom 301 Boffom Row: M. Herbslreel, V. Dapp, P. Hammef, D. Lewis, J. McDermott, D. Nees, M. Fiedler, S. Bell. Row 2: M. Bayman, T. Cookro, S. Friess, A. Bruno, P. Miller, G. Sverlik, L. Conli, A. Karas, C. Donovan. Row 3: C. Cussio, D. Lundy, C. Chimera, D. Sear, B. Cosligan, B. Beck, P. Gerrior, B. Mclnlyre. Row 4: J. Sfifh, C. Aquino, E. Schnee, D. Smith, G. O'Neil, M. Malecky. Row 5: B. Holt, P. Myers, J. Gless, J. Quinn, J. Kellelf, F. Serdinak. Row 6: T. Memmer, K. Krummel, P. Michalec, D. Dunphy, D. DeShon, J. Adkins, D. Rochford, J. May, W. Grofe, T. Vielhaber. 30 Juniors relive historic past to prepare for future 1 5 After hearing the arguments of the Jeffersonians and plotting her plan of attack, Cathy Carlisle dogmatically presents various aristocratic ideas of the Hamiltonians. While the Hamiltonians express their views, Marc Fiedler and Joe Stith listen attentively. E if Thomas Jefferson, brought to life by Junior Rosemary Keehner, debates his theories of American government. Carol Crimi debates the Jefferson cause with Hamilton backers Fred Serdinak, Mary Bayman. i ang f -5, 1 -.Q -xv 1 - A fi: - fi M Q M i x. V155 ' 555- f H' ,, .wg Seek N0 Smiid Gain The rush of activity, honors, and elections, The satisfaction of belonging, The ioy of helping a child to learn- These are the products of an awakening to action, The action that brings new experience and maturity. We reach for and gain ever higher goals, Shunning sordidness to win the satisfaction of worthy accomplishments ln tradition we find inspiration, In new ideas-fresh paths. 33 WV. f we ,, ,. K H A V Y X 'H Q 111 le 1- .J ft l I . V l l V -W, 1 ' i ' f-gy, , , .., XJ' X , , c: if sb ! f "W U V , Senior Vincenteen Booster officers Chris Doyle, vice-president, and Jim Zwisler, president, flash smiles of anticipation as fellow junior officials Lois Beeching, secretary, and Ronald Junior Larry Marshall flashes a victory smile, cheering the Saints' winning ways. pirit of Saint V lives through actions Six lovely Irish varsity cheerleaders, Karen Dixon, Pat Nelson, Annette Scarpetti, The toppling of the Knights' pyramid at the Eileen Pittenger, Rita Starr, and Nanci Toddy display their Hobon game victory hoop. Booster cheer rally predicts a Hoban fall. Maltarich, treasurer, pour a round of colres. A new aspect of Booster activity, the refreshment booth was tended by energetic Booster members at all hops. lf,the Irish are in the picture, mem- bers of the Vincenteen Boosters are behind the scene. Boosters channel Irish spirit into cheer rallies, car cara- vans, a cheering section, signs, tags, hops, and maximum attendance at home and away games. A Mardi Gras, freshman guidance, and cards to U. S. servicemen were also under- taken, with supervision by Sr. Josette. Boosters' efforts grow bigger, better, and greater every year. The Boost- ers, '66 topped all previous efforts with huge signs covering auditorium walls, "Let's Go, Irish" buttons for patriotic students, and a new coat of paint for the Green Street bleachers. Homeroom representatives held year- round positions, co-ordinating the Boosters' action under Jim Zwisler. Vincenteen Booster hops, rallies, caravans Senior Susie Edwards casts a smile of approval at the handiwork of jun- iors Kathy Souers, Nancy Moneypen- ny, and Peggy Fuller. Adding sparkle to football season through colorful car caravans is a spirit-raising effort of Booster members. Irish students pool their artistic talents to capture prizes awarded to the best decorated cars which lead the caravans. 35 Problems of the lrish student body were discussed and re- solved at bi-weekly meetings of the Student Council. Un- der the guidance of Mrs. Aldrich cmd Mr. Mackey, var- ied projects were undertaken. A hop, the school Christmas tree, and accurate clocks were among the accomplish- ments ot the council. The twelve member body elected Jim Zwisler, president, and Lois Beeching, vice-president. Members of the National Honor Society are leaders of the iunior and senior classes who, in the opinion of the fac- ulty, exhibit qualities of schol- arship, leadership, character, and service to the school and its members. NHS sponsored and directed the annual Tal- ent Show and, with the fac- ulty advisor, Sr. Jordan, planned and presented their own induction ceremonies. Bill Cosfigan, junior "Ideals of highest meftl Jim Zwisler, senior t grand and sound and f Irish excel in scholarship, leadership, vltalize 36 G- X K. N 5 ' l .. l :.,.5X.- . -- 7. " .f.if3fIf'i Y sis X X . X X 2X A N I Q ...ffzii-gin ' :izg.Q.1:i,ii53I33f1f-:ff ll Qitli Piilvwfr . Dan Ruth, sophomore A point is made f A 1-5f?e+5iiyfe:svi . .wg-siqwi Q, . :sw -' r:.:z:isp:5'iS.Y'fM, 5' ,fi 3 l me V H Terry Mahaley, senior . . . contemplated . . . jj, Mary Russo, sophomore . , 'Mllfiligigitz 2 . , 1 -4:55 ,555-5555. Peggy Pacenta, lunior 1 215 ,. . T7 'ggifg .ss swf? Q and emphasized Student Council and fill , . . and agreed upon. ational Honor Society The Honor Roll, posted quarterly, gains lll recognition for students with all A's and B's. Posting first quarter results are Na- tional Honor Society officers, M. Quine, secretary, J. Kase, president, M. Baker, vice-president, and D. Kelly, treasurer. Seniors girls, chanteuses of first quality, have become a traditional part of the NHS Talent Show. Here they regale the students with their rendition of "Delia." . .X Bottom Row: K. Trifonoff, C. Crimi, M. Morris, S, Murphy, K. Kelly, V. Miller, P. Matuska, L. Flannigan, P. Dunlavy, M. Staudt, M. Nolan, E. Shields, P. Seaman, T. Hendl, J. McDermott. Row 2: G. Polsinelli, .l. Stadelman, D. Lewis, L. Delnoce, R. Coleman, R, Savoy, H. Trares, M. Beesing, B. Gless, B. Trares, K. Miller, R. Petit, P. Knight, ,I. Shaheen, Mr. R. Cryder, director. Row 3: R. Kane, T. McGuckin, J. Beatty, Band and ajorettes team up to play and pulse Bob Kane, president "Shall we play Saints?" gigs :ff rv Q1-ad E . .,,,..,..,g 7 4"'rvm wus., sm- John Coleman, vice-president Sheila Murphy, secretary Eileen Shields, treasurer "How about Notre Dame?" "lt's hard to decide." "Let's try both!" -..,-bn "---. """-. '-'-Q '11-ua -.1 E. Morris, C. Miller L. Bayman, C. Gannon, D. Colopy, P. DeDea, J. Coleman, M. Trecaso, J. Trecaso. lrish tradition and lustre is pulsed and blared to everyone from the student body at a football game to interested onlookers at a Cleveland parade. Sporting sharp green uniforms, the band and maiorettes combine to per- form at football and basketball games. The band also made its first debut at the spring concert and its annual appearance at a St. Patrick's Day Parade-this year in Cleveland. The march- ing musical unit is under the di- rection of Mr. Richard Cryder. Leading half-time ceremonies with the Saint V band is head maiorette Sue Paciorkiewicz. tradition into every Irish heart Adding sparkling color to the Saint V marching band are maiorettes Sue Paciorkiewicz, Lynda Smole Linda Bennett Cindy Emanuele Pam Miller, Kathy Rene, Mary Stephenson, Pat Angeletti, and Becky Bialy. Clubs offer opportunities to explore and experience f ! ' Xxx 2. ,Nw .. K lpn" Future Teacher officers Kathie Kelly, treasurer, Kris Bremer, vice-president, Annette Scarpetti, secretary, and Jackie Marunich, president gain experience at St. V Grade School. Gray hair is a common fea- ture for parents of children learning the new math. ln the Future Teachers, Irish iuniors and seniors not only do learn the new math, but also teach it and many other subjects in their weekly visits to Saint Vincent's elementary classes. Faster, faster . . . lt's a test for speed. Typewriters and steno pads become time- savers for executives of the future, as members of the Irish Secretarial Club work efficiently. A rainbow of brightly-colored typewriter covers was the major proiect of ISC for the 1966-67 year. Laurie l-leffleman, treasurer, Martha Crano, Chris Doyle, president, and Martha Stephenson, secretary of the Irish Secretarial Club appear happy in the use of hectograph machines, typewriters, and stenographer notes-tools of the trade for secretaries. mg: 40 F511 vocations in education, business, and the sciences Mr. Charles Fitzsimmons and Sr. M. Denise, as faculty ad- visors, aid students in their choice of scientific careers through the Chem-Phy Club. Speakers, field trips, and re- ports provide visual proof of scientific theories for the students. Hospital corridors became fa- miliar sites to members of Future Physicians. Students interested in a medical ca- reer, advised by Mr. Ken Ber- ry and Dr. Leonard Janchar, toured hospitals and dis- cussed iob opportunities with a visiting student nurse. Y , bun. :XX ,X SX 'x XV L Chem-Phy secretary Caroline Wilson notes the progress as Jeff Kose, treasurer, Chris Barlow president, and Jim Glendon, vice-president attempt to balance the forces affecting a lever On a fieldtrip to Barberton City Hospital, F.P.A. members Cheryl Donovan, Sue Gibson, and Mary Maynard watch as Doctor Janchar, their professional advisor, demonstrates the amazing heart resuscitating machine that is put into practical use so often in the hospital routine, 'is we KW L J C.S.M.C. offers help and assistance where needed 4 spun.-fees., s nvew.. -N.. fit, Ay , Getz- ,J A . x , Q, V I ,, ,,-..-A- gf P' " cgigifaf C M ,.F.:ll't 'bis -fit 'ic A .- if Junior Gail Brodecky applies the finishing touches Officers of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade Amy Edminister, Phil Feola, Linda to an elegantly wrapped present from Santa. George, and Joe Skinner display toys given by irish students in the annual toy drive. fN ff' - fs "Come get your shamrock here!" Mary Beth Klein and Caroline Wilson greet John Merzweiler and Chuck Villers at the entrance to the dance sponsored by the C.S.M.C. 42 As a result of the annual C.S.M.C. toy drive, Paul Creelan, a 1960 grad- uate working in the missions of Okla- homa, received over 500 toys for use as Christmas gifts and for the start of a youth recreation center. Stu- dents also offered their help at St. Edward's Nursing Home, collected cancelled stamps, and held discus- sions on maior Church happenings. Under the direction of Sr. Bernard, librarian, this year's library aides learned to shelve and find books by means of the card catalog and Dewey Decimal system. The girls published a library newspaper each month for their own enioyment. The all-girl staff was given several chances to learn by experience through the conferences held locally. Silence, books, and study reap enlightenment Helping to maintain efficiency, order, and harmony in the library are o few duties performed by the St. V Library Aides, an organization headed by Mary Kestner, secretary-treasurer, Mary Quine, editor of The Alder, Linda Rongone, vice-president, and Chris Poda, president, St. Vincent's weil-staffed library is the favorite haunt of students enmeshed in reports and term papers. Magazines, research, and careers material occupy many study hall hours, Librarian Sr. Bernard smiles in approval at a student's prompt return of a borrowed book. 3513?-it rf" X i ...fi With pride Modern Music Masters,chorus Carr Paula Thaden, Steph France, and Kristine Wyler hold a brief practice "Size nine coming up!" Mary Ellen Bayman and Mary Jo session before their appearance at the annual Christmas convocation. Spallino see that St. V's chorus is the best-dressed in town. With high hopes for their spring concert, the MMM officers Charles Miller, .lohn Coleman, Judy Richardson, Fred Serdinalr, and Mary McCabe begin to select the music for the Band and Chorus to "put their best foot forward" when presenting their combined musical abilities. 44 on lrish tradition in musical excellence and abilit l Bottom Row: J. Richardson, E. Fry, K. Dixon, J. Dangel, P. Allwin. Row 2: M. Spallino, J. Howard, L. Maynard, S. Cornecelli, C. Cussio, K. Merzweiler. Row 3: P. Hammet, E. Garrett, P. Whealon, C. Wyler. Row 4: M. Baymen, P. Thaden. Row 5: L. Clark, C. Poda, F. Kauf- mann, D. Costello, K. Barlow. Row 6: D. Merzweiler, V. Lavery, T. Vincent, L. Dukerich, R. O'Dea, S. Halaiko. Row 7: R. Conn, F. Serdi- nak, T. Boyer, K. Modica, J. Batal. Row 8: P. Lavery, K. Ricker, R. Destro, J. Skinner, C. Barlow, S. France. Modern Music Masters have proven that musical culture is more than knowing the scale or the biography of a classical composer. "Learning through experiencing," MMM members attend operas, recitals and concerts. The organization has also provided for the musical enrichment of the student body by sponsoring programs fea- turing world-famous musicians and entertainers. MMM interests and activities have added status to the national MMM and have boosted Akron's appreciation of and interest in music. Chorus members have stepped out to sport their vocal talents to Akronites. Under the direction of Sr. M. Aloysius, the Senior Chorus made de- buts at the Summit Mall, Akron O'Neil's and WAKR. Preparing to follow in the seniors' foot- steps, freshmen, sophomore, and junior vocal- ists have experienced the thrill of public per- formance by entertaining the student body at the Christmas Assembly. ln addition to their public performances, chorus members daily fill the lower hall with light songs and laughter! Vinvvnfian newshounds Search out, report timely Tom R newspape b f-'Af Q1 topics, feature lrish activities for student body F xf g V ' e,,4 J 2 j , ,c iXr?Ns4 ...ms -s .lan Schlicting, M. luise Becker, Linda George Wait o minutel That's Leprechaun Litl Vincenticm staffers do a modern iob the modern way, giving accurate and informative news, inter- esting editorials, humorous features and snappy sports reports. The result is a frequent school pub- lication with a spirit and tradition as old as St. V. Sheila Murphy, Mary Lou Baker . . . the headache of headlines . . . Jackie Renzi . . . the sharp click of keys . . . Leprechaun Lit is more than iust a liter- ary publication. Compiled bi-annually, it is the student body's means of shar- ing ideas, feelings, worries, ambitions and defeats, saying "I care" in print. Maureen Royer . . . relief! The presses are rolling! Proportion scales and copy rulers reign as Shamrock OP WJ' 'if-.. S T Ll CD 3? S T J V Z NLAA! yi! xv, lr' A wiki' . .4 Zf Although the staff worked under mounting pres- sure as deadlines neared, production generally progressed smoothly. Under the capable and always optimistic direction of editor Gary Gib- son, the layout staff experimented with several spreads not a part of the usual Shamrock for- mat. Another venture into originality came as Checking measurements once more before sending spreads to copy are John Dies, Tom Ondecker, Gary Gib- son, editor: Dick Bisheimer, Pat Myers, Paul DeDea, and Pat Fiedler. ian - Mary Stephenson and Bonnie Parker take time to check some difficult names and to bring the index up-to-date. Looking over the assortment of pictures and deciding which copy they'll tackle first are Helen Trares and Ruth Savoy, the contributors of reams of copy for the '66 Shamrock. staffs unite to present "bright mirror" of l966 Checking division pages and meas- uring copy is serious business for Pat Hileman, Mary Kestner, editor, .lim Beatty, Greg Petroski, and Phil W Feola-steady workers! While producing strong sports copy, iun- iors Jim Walsh and John Williams gained experience through teamwork. 51 is ' r the cover design took form under the pen of artist Linda George, who graced the '66 annual with delta brown and candlelight shamrocks. Inspired and challenged by section editors, the copy staff met daily from 3:30 to 5:00, Satur- days and holidays to complete the history of the school year-March to March in 120 pages! Seniors Kathy Dalton, Martha Stephenson, and Kathi Ritzert smile happily as they near the end of compiling senior profiles. Next step-match profile and picturel 49 Valuable contributions of time, effort and Hall guards D y Lecon and Mike Memmer make the rounds collecting class attendance slips. On duty daily in the halls as students clash with books in their never-ending fight for education, hall guards kept a watchful eye over St. Vin- cent. They prowled empty corridors retrieving attend- ance slips, running errands, and conducting bewildered visitors to their destination. Providing challenging and in- formative supplements for all classroom studies is the aim of St. V's audio-visual staff. Under the guidance of Sr. M. Michael, crew members vol- unteered many skills in the proiection and sound fields for assemblies, talent show, and the musical production. "1-fx ji ' Setting up an overhead projector for a world geography class are audio-visual staff members James Stadelman, John Dies, and Thomas Reese. 50 talents are keynotes of school service groups Selling game tickets, keeping the sports bulletin board up- to-date, typing correspond- ence, answering the phone and taking messages, enter- taining visitors, and running errands, a core of athletic office assistants managed to keep the Irish sports depart- ment working smoothly. Aiding Sr. Marie, her secre- tary, and faculty members in plowing through the mounds of paperwork built up every day, office assistants checked attendance slips, ran errands, delivered messages, mail, and demerits, answered the phone, stuffed envelopes, and noted schedule changes, -Ch ,af L w E ' K , ,, c Adding sparkle and charm to athletics are assistants Lynda Smole, Pat Nelson, Dolora Janchar. X Informed parents are the best kind. Keeping them posted is one job of office assistants Cindy Kline, Madalyn Caruso, and linda Bennet 51 Four years of shared activities blend smoothl is K -v-'J , -""""""d Ron Paolucci masiers his unique falenr for playing Sanla when he delivers presenls lo ihe Bryan school children as a "Where the Acfion ls" proieci. 52 nl For siudenls in the Junior Class this ear holds man memories 1 Y Y --being upperclassmen, planning the prom, and receiving rings. Noi af all worried by Ron Paolucci's longing look af his ham on rye, John A f 'N into a bright kaleidoscope of remembrances 3 . wuqrfg ' 15 - Q X ez' avi if h Vw K 'WNV-Xi ww ,rs Following in the footsteps of the Senior Class, juniors selected rings with a green stone and the school emblem and shamrock. Cingle gestures emphatically with it, but Ron isn't listening closely at all. Y f'--.1 fir' ,W 1 "' , 1' W. i VA" ..v "Remember what happened when you mixed catsup with chocolate cakel" exclaims Pat Hileman, watching Tim McDonald decide what to choose. ,iff If . For a few quiet moments after school, Jane Churchwell ond Paul Wilson take advantage of nice weather to talk over their plans for the weekend. 53 H l w tl I Wim K .W .. 4 " Q1 Z' 1 1- ,AVA , , Z3 S J 3551,-Qkgvu' .A , fi 'iff 'fy gi 1 'HL X .W 1 sqx ' . A 55- H554 " N I TW Q -1, v':'wf2f , 33 Q ag, s . , ' K' 'ggi' Y , ff u ifiav an L. A k 33' 'K 1 iilwfs Ei 2 5 , fff-, -,., X 1 4 If I - : ' :'evN'i?" '- - 'lzfifil 7 ki mi rf? ' lf' Tj . , fiwizf Jig f w:"L -' ., PG- Q .h'51:fI',- ,. -1 - ' ikzgfg, gm' asp, Qf.'i x 1, E 1 I 5 ,.,, , 1 I K f" "I?5'.-is . UQ?" il- 'Im wi .ws gi? Ju L. Lf ES fb Q I irihxxi K:: F 71 sw S P , ,. gym, . ,'V ,f ,V yi 'Eg AAL I .1-v, X w "Eid 12, i f K . lit 7? xt 5' Q as E WR' X T923 ' . I ', 9 T 1 .,N,:4'15 .9-W , 'W .4 L' f MC, if ' ' ipb 4 "'vxFKsLgQ,-5 I , iii: v Y ,VI . V 'vp .9 ,gfvy srl - 11 1 Q .4., 5 i 1 ,gy H . 4' f D Y . gY ff? ,F 7 . R "L. ' A : 4 ,hx , ' k' k ' 2 .iQ r Y Q - , wx x A I , , Q x 'R ' A A x with warm memories of high school lm riff A firsi-and-ien siluofion provides a lense ond excifing momenf for cheerleader co-capfoin Par Nelson as she turns and makes a wish for needed yardage and victory! "Tom, you didn'f forge? ihe 1ickefs!" Kay Brodecky experiences c sudden quolm WON, Gnd Morughan look on during a Hoban cheer rally. as fellow hobo Tom Boyman looks for his "Erie-Lackawanna" Yickefs. Bock pockef? 'll ' 'Y'- l 'ff 17" if., . , C 1 , a H Af." K o 44 ' Q' 5 - we V Pu " Y ' ' ' Q - X1 ' ,xvjgiig Q.-sis. -Q N, we H F' nf fi 5 Rf 'siff"5ii A Lx.. x I .gan . -. -,J .fr -vfip rx. Q f . . f .. . ' .. Hwy K. b sm, 31 A , ,vm M' y .. Ms Sk W .lk I .5 . 1 fx f -f W5 :fi2.L, .,. , -Kg 'Qfyp - X ,. . f f - v ,Y . wk . A N X K i. 6 . ...A Q' x j . 4 Q.. I 1... k ,T 1.5 .R I his N V3 Q S.. X-K ii 'git eg, 'lip N? is ,Sf 1 v. E V . ,L N 4 'S fn- C 1. X ...K W ibfw 'Q ig. -gi AV, X I :A Q, QE' . , , .1 4 U QQ, xx. . an sg 1 'su 'Q X w. , . .. f X - .s f,f.N'f' K .L . A w r A .4 s K - Q Q1 3 N Q Q '- ' 5 5 X 'L Wu Q An sw as fa fl. 16 QQ vu ...1 , A wx 319' ,lf 1 W J Q i ,F A vw? K e . . 'Y' 5 - . AW. W i ' ar' sw Q' 1 mf x if X, iv fx A Bottom Row: T. Endress, B. Pacenta, R. Weigand, M. Laatsch, D Kelly J Struckel J Zwisler L Vuillemin J Merlitti J Hostutler B Lucas D. Sparhcwk, T. Delnoce, R. Paolucci. Row 2: R. Jackson, G. Gibson A Frattura D Tetzel P Dunlavy P Michalec J Singleton R Kouri K. Krummel, R. Wotring, J. Roach, K. Ricker, L. Minich. Row 3 Mana ger J Cornecelli A Sutter R Longville W Zwisler Cistone follows Wentz tradition of victor Jim Merlitti receives instructions from Coach Cistone during u tight moment ot' the Steubenville game. The l965 "Fighting Irish" displayed an awe- some defense and a ground-gaining offense in compiling a 7-2 record. Entering the first game unseasoned, the team was unable to move the ball till the second half and thus could do nothing but watch the clock tick away as they lost their opener to the mighty Big Red of Steubenville. A seven-game win- ning streak followed as the team rolled over such formidable opponents as East, the city champions, Bedford Chanel, Barberton, Can- ton Catholic, Niles, Hoban, and Alliance. Though the victory over Barberton was the key to the season, the defeats of perennial state powers Niles and Alliance were the sweetest. Toledo Waite, a rugged team, combined with Irish injuries to bring about an upset ending to a successful season. 58 F. Ricker, R. Malfarich, P. Wilson, B.,BerIsch, J. Vmciguerra, D. Sear, Managers B. Cos- figan and J. Merfzlufft. Row 4: Head Coach J. Cistone, Coaches T. Horrigan, D. Case, F. Maligio, J. Mackey, F. Pichichero, J. Pappano, T. Boggs, Head Manager A. Fraltura. A highly commendable 1965 football season was largely due to a highly proficient coaching staff. Irish gridiron mentors fur- nished inspiration, spirit, and a great deal of maturity as well as their years of knowledge and ex- perience. Retired after forty-one years at the St. V helm, Coach Eddie Wentz found former Irish great John Cistone to be an able successor. His first-year achieve- ments included a 7-2 record against one of the toughest schedules in Ohio and the estab- lishment of St. V as tops in the area. Assistant coaches such as Terry Horrigan and Joe Mackey brought out the best in the Irish. Merlitti captures coveted Player of the Year award Season Record Steubenville ..... ....... I 2-6 East ........... ..... 6-I9 Bedford Chanel .... ..... 8 -39 Barberton ............ ..... 8 -20 Canton C. Catholic ...... ..... 6 -34 Niles .................... ..... 0 -I9 Hoban .... ..... O -I2 Alliance ........ ..... 8 -I3 Toledo Waite ..... ....... I 4-I3 59 Fi? FG ws '2 Senior domination and leadership Packing confidence, power, and pride into a mighty machine, the Xgh,f X '65 gridders showed their skills. Led by co-captains Joe Zwisler and Larry Vuillemin, the Irish produced good, clean football, coupled with never-die spirit. The honors posted by seniors were evidence of this. Jim Merlitti captured the coveted Beacon Jour- nal Player of the Year award besides being named to the first string All-City team. Vuillemin, Dick Sparhawk and Rich Weigand were also represented on the first team, while Sparhawk and Weigand doubled as All-District starters. Vuillemin and Weigand by-W t rw .X ly. .,,4A .4. .ak :.5AL:'7 "him t"f'Qig.L L7 A ,i 'fi1.i'12Q3-.4--gn f' 'lbw " 'tff,"-flex! 5 " If :'. ' 4- . -'Fri . X-t ...i 2 . H Y . -. ,, nsplre Irish to unexpected heights ewe- were both picked to second team berths on the All-State teams with Honorable Mention going to Merlitti. Numerous St. V players earned honors on the All-Star teams. John Struckel and Bob Pacenta received second team All-City and third team All-District selections. John Hostutler and Terry Endress were second string All-City and Honorable Mention All-District choices. Honorable Mention All-City and All-District teams went to Joe Zwisler, Morris Laatsch, Ran Paolucci, and Tom Delnoce, all Irish seniors. M35 4 l -t My ,X ,. , 2 - Jw X , . t ' A A ,i ,L 'r W V n ' l - f , t , . at ' i , -'. . 1 4 1 . 'n . 4-55-:1'fg',-f -'92, 3 I 4 ,. ,. .-1 ' 1 - ,, K njl!f,'9vK' ' 'ffl ' ' 'H . V, F153 .t c ' -if -, f. - ' 444 5"F,'i-f-.41 f-rr-'Q ' ff '. ' ' if" - l 2' , l " . "af xii, .' 'QF V45-'3, A ft4t'T'lfl'fT l'l to capture honors as No. I unranked team Strategy planned, Coach Cisfone unleases senior guard Gary Gibson in the 19-O clash with the Niles Red Dragon. T517 Scrambling back from the quarlerbaclt posilion, Bob Pacenfa looks for open receivers, as Si. V's massive line holds oncoming defenders in fhe spirited Hoban game. Following interference led by sophomore Willie Zwisler, senior Bob Pacenfa gains valuable yard- age as he dances away from Sieubenville lacklers. 63 Cheerleaders Alliance Aviators came to the Rubber Bowl where Irish might snatched victory from their hands in the closing minutes ofthe game. Plagued by pen- alties, the hard-nosed Irish struck back at the Alliance 8-7 lead and presented Queen Karen with a victory. Later in the fall, the ballroom of the Akron Tower Motor Inn became a November wonderland, with the help of Danny Marchetta's music. An "Autumn Frost" was warmed by a lovely Homecoming Court, climaxing the season. salute victorious "Fighting Irish" Cheerleaders who promote school spirit for the JV's are Juniors K. Lorenzo, l. Heffelman, and N. Money- penny, Sophomores J. Ede, B. Mellion, and M. Russo. 64 Displaying Irish spirit and Irish smiles are varsity cheerleaders A. Scarpetti, captain, E. Pittinger, N. Toddy, K. Dixon, R. Starr, and P. Nelson, co-captain. Alliance players give chase to Jim Merlitti rambling Rain fails to dampen spirit of Homecoming Game m i Flashing victory smiles at lhe Homecoming are Carol 2- f Bachmann, Nanci Toddy, Pai Nelson, Karen Dixon, Dolora Janchar, Sue Edwards, Anneile Scarpeifi. Beaming regally, Queen Karen receives affecfionafe congralulalions from Jim Merlifii and Joe Zwisler. loose in Ihe Avialor secondary for sizeable yardage. i 65 Victories over Hoban and St. Ed highlight season Bottom Row: R. Williams, J. Zwisler, P. Dunlavy, T. Barr. Row 2: T. Endress, T. Memmer, R. Piekarski, B. Pacenta, T. McDonald. Under the direction of first year head coach Joe Mackey, the St. V roundballers posted an ll-8 season. The Saints opened against St. .Ioe's and lost 55-45. The Irish returned 1,3 1 to winning form, however, by downing Hower, but a tough Buchtel team proved su- perior. Victories over Ursuline, Firestone, and St. Ed followed. After a close loss to South 69-67, the Green and White contin- ued their hot streak with wins over the alum- ni, Kent Roosevelt, and St. Peter's. Parma Padua sent St. V on a 3-game losing streak. Central beat the Irish cagers in the first of two meetings, but the next three opponents fell prey to a balanced Irish attack. In the last two regular season games, St. V lost to Barberton, but charged up to beat perennial rival Hoban 62-42, to end the season. Caught in a moment of decision, senior Bob Pacenta prepares to swish another two before the startled faces of a pair of St. Ed players. 66 Irish Squad led to victory by senior standouts Outpumping their opponents, Bob Pacenta and Ron Piekarsk battle each other for an uncontested rebound against St. Ed Saint V Opponent 64 ................ Parma Padua .......... 70 47 ..,............. Central ..,................. 63 46 ................ East ........................ 48 61 ................ Canton Catholic ...... 56 61 ..... ........ G artield .................. 53 71 ..........,..,.. Chanel .... ....... 5 6 33 ..............,. Barberton ..... ..58 62 ................ Hoban ..................., 42 AA Tournament 60 ................ Central .......... ....... 6 9 68 Saint V Opponent 45 ......... ........ S t. Joseph ..... ........... 5 5 53 ...... ........ H ower ..... ........ 4 4 47 ...... ........ B uchtel ..... ........ 5 6 89 ...... ........ U rsuline ...... .,,..... 8 8 78 ...... ........ F irestone ....... ........ 6 9 65 ...... ........ S t. Edward ..... ........ 6 3 67 ...... ........ S outh ..,.......... ........ 6 9 64 ...... ........ A lumni .............. ........ 5 5 54 .......,. ........ K ent Roosevelt ..... ........ 4 O 57 ,,,,..... ...,..,. S t. Peter .........,.. ........ 5 6 Center Terry Endress displays the agile skill and quick thinking which won first-team All-City honors. Teammate Bob Pacenta rushes to his aid Endress receives berth on All-City team S+- -L, t . The "Mighty Mite," Joe Zwisler, dazzles his St. Ed opponent with the form that enabled the Irish to give the out-of-towners their only loss. Readying themselves for a rebound when the high bouncing basketball comes within their reach are Irish boardmen Tom Barr and Terry Endress. Playing against a much taller Buchtel opponent, Mike Engler makes use of positioning and high jumping ability. 'wg X1 N'-S., Despite the futile efforts ot the St. Ed player, Ron Piekarski prepares to swish the awaiting nets, helping the Irish cause. 69 "In the spring a oung man's fancy Iightl Practicing his serve, senior soulhpaw John Coleman prepares for fhe coming season, expected fo be a good one for the Irish rackeimen. 70 L K . A 1-,w--:.fgs.if1x Displaying the form ihof he hopes will lead him to the sfaie champ- ionship, senior Bob HaHon eyes his sho? as if heads foward fhe green. i x x fa turns to thoughts of . . golf, tennis, track Bob Graf and Pat Greenwald take time from their practice session to "strike a pose." uc m mens o 5 h o t f inactivity are rare during practice. The linksters, coached by athletic director Terry Harrigan, took to the fairways this year at Goodpark Golf Course. Commanded by Bob Hatton, the golfers competed well against area teams. John Hassmiller added his clubs to Hatton's for strong 2-man attack. Contesting local squads, the racketmen placed often in the winning column. Head Coach Joe Mackey gave senior Morris Laatsch honors as team captain. Juniors Pat Greenwald and George Rooney aided in the points as they teamed up in the doubles. Since early in March the cindermen were preparing themselves for the season ahead. Led by senior co-captains Jim Merlitti and Greg Friedl, Coach Watts' thinclads sprinted, jumped, vaulted and threw to the most successful year yet for St. V's squad. Senior golfers Tom Clark an d John Hassmiller display their "I contemplating success for the oncoming season. X 4 Poised and read , Irish trackmen prepare for is Qi 1 nn, : L4 Junior sfandoui John McDermoH shows winning form, sirong deierminaiion, and powerful slrelch while faking a hurdle in pre-season worlroufs. It - 8 on an " is s MW SN e X N X 1 ' V X nw at my ew fearing- op. ,k, i K '41 K " -av in V W! dwg ibm? fda. Senior Ralph Coleffa whirls fo gain momenlum while hurling the discus. With all serious work Ihere is always G bit of fooling around as caplain Jim 72 winning season under the eye of Coach Watts lf all coaches had a prized distance runner like Bob McDonald, lhey would smile as happily as Coach Walls. V , , , ,gl VIE? fray, N , Q , a Mff . X we Merlifli, a dislance runner, challenges fel- lender in 'he mea' low caplain Greg Friedl lo a quick sprini. ,x 1 Wi 3 ix' ij", Junior vaulfer Paul Wilson displays the form that makes him a leading con Despite lack of experience, Irish grapplers Bottom Row: P. Fiedler, J. Trecaso, M. Fiedler, J. Chiruazzi, D. Sear. Row 2: D. Hogan, P. Shedlosky, G. Svetlik, J. McDermott, G. Higgins. Row 3: Coach Clark, L. Delnoce, K. Smith, T. Galati, M, Halaiko, T. Matuschak, D. Russo, B. Myer, D. Sawan, Coach Brubach. Row 4: P. Aidala, T. Creelan, M. Trecaso, R. Coleman, M. Mesek. Kevin "Zip" Clark stalks his prey en route to a victory over his Manchester opponent. 74 Saint V Opponent 31 ..... .... B arberton 8 23 ..... .... K enmore .................. 16 18 ..... .... C uyahoga Falls ........ 22 28 ..... ....... M ogadore ........ ...... 1 6 31 ..... ....... M anchester .... .... 6 32 ..... .... F irestone ..... .... 3 43 ,.... .... S pringfield .... .... 0 31 ..... .... N orth ....... ...... 1 O 28 ..,.. .... C opley .... ..12 17 ..... .... H ower ,,,, U28 20 ..... .... H oban ..... ...... 1 5 16 ..... .... G arfield .... ..19 Matmen, led by Coach Brubach, cop sectionals, Kevin "Zip" Clark turns his Kenmore opponent over for a near pin as the Irish team watches tensely. The closely fought match resulted in an Irish victory which built up the team's confidence. Coach Brubach takes advantage of several minutes on the sidelines to plan tourna- ment strategy with wrestling co-captains Pat Fiedler and Jerry Chiurazzi, both seniors 76 Copping the runner-up position be- hind Canton McKinley in the North- eastern Ohio Wrestling Districts at Louisville and placing three grapplers in the Ohio High School State Tour- nament, the Irish matmen have per- formed astonishing teats for a team predicted to have at best a .500 sea- son. Representing St. V in the state tourney at Columbus were sopho- mores Kevin Clark and Joe Trecaso and junior George Svetlik. Also plac- ing in the district tourney was senior Jerry Chiurazzi. Juniors Mark Fied- ler and Danny Sear won second place in the Kenmore sectionals, while Dick Hogan placed third. ln the final matches ofthe season, Saint V stung Hoban, but fell prey to the muscular Garfield squad. district second? send three to state tournament George Sveilik readies for a iakedown of Kenmore's 165-pounder. Dick Hogan overpowers his Norlh victim wiih a half-nelson. -ef,-q.NM.-.Q QT.-gf it fe. . MQW pi, R .X ,,es his ' , ,i iff'fepR1'iEi::k:9i . ' E. Mark Fiedler, an experienced junior grappler, geis riding time againsf o siruggling Kenmore opponent, paving fhe way for a Ciiy Series win over ihe always iough Cardinals. D- dll! Will Kc' We!! Four and more years of memories, All the past is future. Before us all the land and sea, The wonders that will be. Another class finds its new freedom, A slight pause, and we rush to new decisions. We want, by understanding ourselves, to understand others, We want to be all that we are capable of becoming, We go on to take part in being alive: To act, do, and become. Experience must be our guide The future-our commitment. Sandra Androsky Sandy . . . St. Peter . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Future Teachers 3,4, 'ii 'ff Patricia Angeletti "ff Pat . . . St, Sebastian . . . Leprechaun l.it 4, Bowling XM 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Athletic "'f"-if Office Assistant 4, Future Teachers 3, Maiorette 2,3, " 4, Chorus l, Musical Production 1,2. 1 ational Merit recognizes true senior scholarship This year St. V boasts a total of six National Merit finalists. Terry Mahaley, Cathi Hilkert, Eileen Shields, Dave Ferrante, Chris Barlow, and Mary Lou Baker discuss their future scholarship competition and college plans. Patrick Armour Star . . . St. Bernard . . . Borromeo 1, Vincenteen Boosters 4, Bowling 3,4, Basketball 3. Patricia Arnold Pat . . . St. Eugene . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Physicians 4, Bowling 3,4, Of- fice Assistant 3,4, Musical Production 4. 'T Carolynn Bachmann Carol St Francis De Sales Shamrock Vincenteen Boosters 23 Irish Secretarial Club Homecoming Court 4 Cheerleader 3 Bowling 4 was-2 'TWD Mary Lou Baker Mary Lou St Joseph Class Officer 1 Schol arship Team l 23 National Honor Society 34 Vice president 4 National Merit Finalist 4 Future Teach ers 4 Vrncentian 34 Editorial Editor 4 Vincenteen Boosters 2 3 4 Musical Production 3 4 Talent Show 4 I . v 1' IZ: Thoughts of departure recall a loyal senior spirit Seniors Jackie Marunich, Jim Beatty and Paul Fongheiser look fin as Cindy Marshall adjusts her tassel. Graduation Day is the climax of a four year effort-by teachers and students who participate in the whirl of its activities. Richard Ball Q-Ball . . . St. John the Baptist . . , Wrestling 3,4, Science Lab Assistant 2, Hall Guard 4. 'ws- 'Q-6-.L '23 Christopher Barlow Chris . . . St. Vincent . . . Scholarship Team 1,2, Chem-Phy 3,4, President 4, National Merit Finalist 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Audio-Visual Crew 7, Chorus 2,3,4, Modern Music Masters 3,4, Musical Production 2,3,4. 81 Mary Barr Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Office Assistant 3. James Beatty Jim . . . St. Hilary . . . Shamrock 3,4, Editor 4, Cath- olic Action Corps 2,3,4, Historian 4, Vincenteen Boost- ers 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2,3,4, Future Teachers 4, Future Physicians 3,4, Audio-Visual Crew l, Hall Guard 4, Band 3,4, Modern Music Masters 4, Musical Production 3,4, National Honor Society 4. Monica Beesing Monica . . . St. Joseph . . . Shamrock 4, Bond 1,2,3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Modern Music Masters 2,3, Bookstore 2,3,4, Musical Production 4. Linda Bennett Linda . . . St. Joseph . . . National Honor Society 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Future Teachers 3, Future Physicians 4, Bowling 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Maiorette 4, Musical Production 3,4, Bookstore 2,3,4. Louise Benninger Louise . . . St. Vincent . . . Musical Production 3,4. Alba Berchielli Alba . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Chorus l,2,3, Modern Music Mas- ters 3, Musical Production 3. Terina Beskitt Terina . . . St. Sebastian . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, irish Secretarial Club 3, Talent Show 1,2,3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Library Assistant 4, Musical Production l,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3. Mary Jane Bisheimer Janie . . . St. Bernard . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, irish Secretarial Club 4, Musical Produc tion 4. 55 - . 4. I -950' ,,,, i cfs "" .. ' Q, "'g SWK ,, .he Y? 55: .. ,..- E Y x fs 4 1 is t 5 "A: V .. in -iii, , , S Q, Richard Bisheimer Rick . . . St. Bernard . . . Shamrock 4, Cross Country 4, Track 2,3,4, Acolyte l,2,3,4. Kristine Bremer Kris . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Future Teach ers 4, Vice-president 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Li brary Assistant 4, Musical Production 4. Judith Brennan Judy . . . St. Vincent . . . irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Library Assistant 4, Bowling 4, Musical Production 2,3. John Butler Ken . . . St. Sebastian . . . Chem-Phy 4, Chorus 1, Vincenteen Boosters 3, Musical Production 4. Madalyn Caruso Madalyn . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Bowling 3,4. Gerard Chiurazzi, Jr. Cochise . . . St. Martha . . . Shamrock 4, Editor 4, Varsity V 3,4, Treasurer 4, Track i,2, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Captain 4. John Cingle John . . . St. Peter . . . Football 3, Acolyte l,2,3,4. Thomas Clark Tom . . . St. Vincent . . . Audio-Visual 4, Varsity V 4, Lab Assistant 2, Golf 3,4. Nr' ,.N..,,4 John Coleman John . . . Annunciation . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2, Future Physicians 3, C.S.M.C. 3, Tennis 2,3,4, Band I,2, 3,4, Vice-president 4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4, Vice-president 4, Talent Show 4, National Honor Soci- ety 4, Musical Production 4. Ralph Coletta Ralph . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Chem-Phy 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, Football 3, Track 3,4, Aco- lyte i,2,3,4, Musical Production 4. "How man times," seniors ask, Martha Crano Martha . . . St. Martha . . . Shamrock i,2, Class Officer I, Modern Music Musical Production 'l,3,4. Kathryn Dalton Dinky . . . Holy Family . . . Shamrock 4, Editor 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4. had N--suv 4, Irish Secre- tarial Club 3,4, Vice-president 3, President 4, Chorus Masters i,2,3, X John Matusik, Dave Souers, Bill Fiedler, Patricia Daly Pat . . . St. Joseph . . . Vincentian 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Girls' Athletic Association 2. Janet Dangel Janet . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Chorus i,2,3 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,4, Modern Music Masters 2 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 4, Future Physi cians 4. 1 Edward Daus Ed . . . Annunciation . . . Chorus 2,3, Musical Pro- duction 3. Paul DeDea De . . . St. Hedwig . . . Shamrock 4, Band 3,4, Chem- Phy 3, Musical Production 3, Talent Show 4. QQ 9? have we traveled these steps? Thomas Delnoce Hugo . . . Annunciation . . . Gym Assistant 4, Varsity V 4, Basketball l, Football l,2,3,4, Honorable Men- tion All-City 4, Honorable Mention All-District 4, Track 1,2, Musical Production 4. Judith Dente Judy . . . St. Vincent . . . Bowling 3,4, Chorus 2, Musical Production I. and Paul DeDea talk over upcoming events. Andrew Devany Choke . . . St. Martha . . . Football Manager Tennis 2,4, National Honor Society 4. Rose Devany Rosie . . . St. Vincent . . . National Honor Society 3, Shamrock 4, Vincentian 3,4, Leprechaun Lit 4, Vin- centeen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3, Future Teachers 3,4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, Band 1,2,3, Musical Production 3. Q2 g, 1' John Dies John . . . St. Vincent , . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Audio-Visual T,2,3,4, Football Statis- tician 3,4, Musical Production 2,3,4, Tennis 4, Man- ager 4. Karen Dixon Karen . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 2,4, Vice- president 4, Student Council 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Queen 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Modern Music Masters 3,4, Talent Show 1, Musical Production 4. Richard Domanski Farmer . . . St. Vincent . . . Hall Guard 4, Basketball l,2,3, Track 4. Christine Doyle Chris . . . St. Sebastian . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-president 4, lrish Secretarial Club 4, Vice-president 4, Office Assistant 3,4, Musical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. Mary Jane Durkee Jane . . . St. Vincent , . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Chorus 2,3, Office Assistant 4, Musical Production 2. Susan Edwards Susie . . . St. Paul . . . lrish Secretarial Club 3, Future Teachers 3, Office Assistant 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Musical Production 4. Terrence Endress Terry . . . St. Eugene . . . Hall Guard 3, Varsity V 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Co- Captain 4, All-City 3,4, All-District 3,4, Football 1,2,3, 4, All-City 4, All-District Honorable Mention 4, Acolyte 1,2,3,4, Musical Production 4, Golf 4. Michael Engler Mike . . . St. Paul . . . Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football I, 2, Track 2. Philomena Feola Phil . . . St. Matthew . . . Class Officer 1, National Honor Society 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3,4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, Vice-president 4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Future Teachers 3,4. David Ferrante Dave . . . St. Sebastian . . . National Honor Society 4, Shamrock 3, Chem-Phy 3,4, Scholarship Team 3, National Merit Finalist 4. William Fiedler Pat . . . St. Eugene . . . Class Officer 1,2, Shamrock 4, Scholarship Team 1,3, C.S.M.C. 1, Chem-Phy 3, Audio-Visual Crew 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Var- sity V 3,4, Science Lab Assistant 2,3,4, Cross Country 4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Golf 3,4, Acolyte 1,2,3,4, Musical Production 1. Paul Fongheiser Fong . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Catholic Ac- tion Corps 2,3,4, Prefect 4, Vincentian 3, Audio-Visual 2, Chorus 1. Albert Frattura Al . . . St. Martha . . . Varsity V 4, Basketball 1, Acolyte 3,4, Football 2,3,4, Musical Production 3,4. Gregory Friedl Gideon . . . St. Paul . . . Scholarship Team 3, Varsity V 4, Hall Guard 4, Track 2,3,4, Captain 4, Wrestling 2, Cross Country 4, Captain 4. Carol Fyotek Carol . . . St. Sebastian . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Office Assistant 3, Musical Production 3,4. Jerome Gadel Jerry . . . St. Vincent . . . Varsity V 3,4, Football 2, 3, Manager 3, Bowling 4, Chorus 1,2. A Gary Gibson Gopher . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Class Officer 1 Shamrock 4, Editor 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Football 3,4, Varsity V 4, Chorus 3, National Honor Society 4, Musical Production 4. Jane Marie Gibson Jane . . . St. Vincent , . . National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Team 3, Shamrock 3,4, Future Teachers 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Chem-Phy 4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Musical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. James Glendon lm . . St. Joseph . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Team 3, Chem-Phy 3,4, Vice-president 4, Future Physicians 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Musi- cal Production 2, Science Lab Assistant 3, Acolyte 1 2 3 4. Annette Gmerek Annette . . . Annunciation . . . Vincentian 4, Bowling 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 1, Future Teachers 4. Michael Gannon Mick . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincentian 3, Track I. Edward Gemind Brown . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Vincentian 3, Science Lab Assistant 2, Basketball 1, Golf 2,3 Linda George Linda . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer i, National Honor Society 3,4, Vincentian 2,4, Leprechaun Lit 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Shamrock 4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, Secretary 4, Office Assistant 3, Bowling 4, Mu- sical Production 2,3,4, Kathleen Gerrior Kathy . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer i, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, lrish Secretarial Club 4, Future Teachers 3, Girls' Athletic Association i,2,3,4, Band 2,3, Modern Music Masters 3, sd Barbara Green Barb . . . St. Patrick . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Library Assistant 3,4, Chorus 1, Musical Production 3,4. Patti-Jo Hadley Pat . . . St. Vincent . . . Chorus 2, Irish Secretarial Club 3. Stephen Halaiko Steve . . . St. Hilary . . . Class Officer 4, Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Team 3, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Vincentian 3,4, Sports Editor 4, Leprechaun Lit 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Chorus 4, Musical Produc- tion 2,3,4, Buckeye Boys' State 3. John Hassmiller Hass . . . St. Hilary . . . Chem-Phy 3,4, Varsity V 3,4, Basketball l,2, Golf 3. "'f"" -'J' -4-"' Robert Hatton Manhattan . . . St. Sebastian . . . Varsity V 3,4, Golf 2,3,4, Most Valuable Player 3, Chorus 1, Musical Pro- duction 2, Acolyte l,2,3,4. Edward Hellwig Ed . . . St. Sebastian . . . Borromeo 1,2,3. Theresa Hendle Terrie . . . St. Paul . . . Band 1,2,3,4, Musical Pro- duction 3,4. Susan Hesidence Sue . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3,4 Band 2,3, Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3. Warm smiles and happ hearts melt the Gregory Higgins Higs . . . St. Vincent . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Hall Guard 3, Track 3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Bowling 3, Chorus 7, Future Physicians 4. , 'l fri 'Qs :Q 'ti ,.,.... C I ," Patricia Hlleman 'Q P Paddy Anne . . . St, Paul . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 3,4, Vincentian 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C,S.M.C. 3,4, Future Teachers 3, Future Physi- cians 4, Library Assistant 2,3,4, Girls' Athletic Associ- ation 2, Gym Assistant 3, Musical Production 4. ,G yr Ma ry H ilkert , P' Cathi . , . St. Sebastian . . . Class Officer 3,4, Sec- ' g 4 retary 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Coun- :53 cil 3, Scholarship Team l,2, National Merit Finalist .Y ,Q 4-5 4, Vincentian 2,3,4, Editor-in-chief 4, Vincenteen - f' ff,-fe, MR Boosters 2,3,4, C.S,M.C, T, Future Teachers 4, Future in 'lli All Physicians 4, Musical Production 2,3,4, Talent Show 4. fvrfrgy 4 ' Q xrfffnf X' u , A 5 1 Nancy Hinebaugh Nancy . . . St. Paul . . . Irish Secretarial Club 3 Future Teachers 3, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Bowl ing 3,4, Musical Production 4. Experiencing the enchantment of "Autumn Frost," seniors Eileen Pittenger and Bob Pacenta enjoy a dance together. "Autumn Frost" of the I965 Homecoming Dance 9t- if .nf Climaxing "Autumn Frost" is the crowning of Queen Karen Dixon at the 1965 Homecoming festivities. Janet Hoffman Janet . . . Immaculate Heart . . . Bowling 3,4, Chorus 1,2, Musical Production l,4. Robert Hoffman 10 .Ms Pfleuger . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2, Audio-Visual Crew 2, Football 2, Musical Production 3,4, Golf 4. Richard Hogan Ben . . . St. Vincent , . . Wrestling 4, Talent Show 4. Mary Holland -":1? Nd .IIPDF Mary . . . St. Francis De Sales . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Treasurer 4, Musical Pro- duction 4. Honora Holleran Nora . . . Holy Family . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3. Carol Holt Carol . . . St. Vincent . . . lrish Secretarial Club 3 Chorus 2. John Hostutler Red Dog . . . St. Martha . . . Hall Guard 4, Science Lab Assistant 2, Varsity V 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, All- City Second Team 4, All-District Honorable Mention 4, Track 4. Linda Hummel Linda . . . St. Martha . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Vincentian 4, Future Teachers 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Cho- rus 1. Thomas Hummel Tom . . . St. Sebastian . . . C.S.M.C. 3, Band 1, Football 2, Musical Production 3. Ronald Jackson J.O .... St. Peter . . . Varsity V 3,4, Football 2,3,4 Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4. Dolora Janchar Dood . . . St. Augustine . . . Shamrock 4, Vincentian 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Athletic Of- fice Assistant 3,4, Library Assistant 3, Future Physi- cians 4, Homecoming Court 4. Robert Jeffers Jeff . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Varsity V 3,4, Football Manager 2,3,4, Basketball Manager 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4. 1 CJ goat' 42"-'fb Mary Keith Sue . . . St. Vincent . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 3,4, Vincentian 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, 4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Future Teachers 4, Bookstore 3,4, Library Assistant 3, Future Physicians 3,4, President 4, Musical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. Dennis Kelly Denny . . . St. Paul . . . Class Officer i,2, National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4, Student Council 3, Scholarship Team l,3, National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4, Buckeye Boys' State 3, Shamrock 4, Vincention 4, C.S.M.C. 2, Hall Guard 3, Varsity V 3,4, Secretary 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2, Wrest- ling 3, Chorus 3. Kathleen Kelly Kathie . . . St. Francis De Sales . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 3, Scholarship Team 3, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Chem-Phy 4, Band 2,3,4, May Court 2,3, Queen 4, Future Teachers 3,4, Treasurer 4, Girls' Athletic Association l,2,3,4, Musical Production 4. Mary Kestner Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 3,4, Editor-in- Chief 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Vincentian 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. l, Future Teachers 3,4, Library Assistant l,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4, Band 2,3, Modern Music Masters 3,4, Fu- ture Physicians 3, Musical Production 4. Francis J iamboi The Sheik . . . St. Joseph . . . Class Officer 2, Na- tional Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Scholarship Team l, Varsity V 3, Football l,2,3, Acolyte l,2,3,4. Robert Kane Rob . . . St. Joseph . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Vincention 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Audio-Visual 2,3, Band l,3,4, President 4, Modern Music Masters 2,3, Musical Production 2,3,4, Photographer of the Year 4, Talent Show 4. Jeffrey Kase Jeff . . . St. Joseph . . . Shamrock 4, National Honor Society 3,4, President 4, Scholarship Team i,2,3, Na- tional Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Vincentian 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Chem-Phy 3,4, Treasurer 4, Football 3, Future Physicians 4. Frances Kaufmann Fran . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Chem-Phy 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Future Teachers 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4, Musical Produc- tion 3. Saleemy King Sal . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . lrish Secre- tarial Club 3,4, Library Assistant 3,4, Shamrock 4, Musical Production 4. Janice Kipp Jan . . . St. Vincent . . . Irish Secretarial Club Musical Production 4. Donald Kleman Don . . . Holy Trinity . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Chem-Phy 4, Future Physicians 3,4, Musical Production 4. Cynthia Kline Cindy . . . St. John the Baptist . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Shamrock 4, Future Teachers 3, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Bowling 3,4, Vice-president 4, Musical Production 3,4, Mary Kolb Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Bowling 4, Chorus l,2,3, Modern Music Masters 3, Musical Production 2,3, Talent Show 4. Leonard Stanley Konich Lenny . . . St. Joseph . . . Vincentian 4, Audio-Visual 2,3, Vincenteen Boosters 2. Patricia Konopka Patty . . . St. Patrick . . . Vincentian 4, C.S.M.C. 3, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Library Assistant 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Chorus I, Musical Production 3,4. Erika Kungl Ric . . . St. Vincent . . . C.S.M.C. 3,4, Chorus 1. "'f""'r wc., N-ali' i Morris Laatsch Bubba . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3, Varsity V 3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Audio-Visual 4, Tennis l,2,3,4, Science Lab Assistant 2, Football 1,2,3,4, All- City Honorable Mention 4. Mark Laser Beam . . . Annunciation. James LaVoie Frenchy . . . St. Vincent . . , Wrestling 2, Daniel Lecon Dan . . . Sacred Heart . . . Hall Guard 4, Band Acolyte l,2,3,4. Robert Lucas Turtle . Annunciation . . . Shamrock 4, Science lab Assistant 2, Varsity v 3,4, Basketball 2, Football 7,2,3,4, TFUCLC l,2, Tennis 2, Musical Production 2, Mary McCabe Mary . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Team T, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Shamrock 4, Vin centeen Boosters 2,3,4, Catholic Action Corps 1,2 34 Vice-prefect 4, Chem-Phy 4, Future Teachers 34 Modern Music Masters 2,3,4, President 4, Chorus I 2 3,4, Talent Show 3,4, Musical Production 3,4, Photog raphy Editor 4. Cynthia McCIarnon Cindy . . . St. Paul . . . Shamrock 4, Vincentian 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Bowling 3,4, Girls' Athletic Association 2, Musical Production 3,4. Patricia McDermott McDerm . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Bowling 4, Chorus le Timothy McDonald Tim . . . St. Sebastian . . . Basketball 1,2,3,4, Foot- ball 2,3. Timothy McGuckin Tim . . . St. Vincent . . . Band 1,2,3,4, Musical Produc- tion 4. Green and white stripes score Jacqueline Madigan Jackie . . . Holy Family . . . Scholarship Team l,2, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Library Assistant 3, Musical Production 4. Freshly painted bleachers and spruced up Tl1el'eSCl MCl1Uley goal posts add to the spirit of the Irish Terry . . . St. Paul . . . Class Officer 2,3, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 4, Scholarship Team 1,2,3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Chem-Phy 4, Future Physicians 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Vincentian 4, National Merit Finalist 4, Girls Ath- letic Association 1, Musical Production 3. William Mamas Bill . . . St. Hilary . . . Football l,2, Musical Produc- tion 4. Cynthia Marshall Cindy . . . St. Sebastian . . . Firestone High School l,2, Shamrock 4, Bowling 4. Jacqueline Marunich Jackie . . . Christ the King . . . Class Officer 2, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Future Teachers 3,4, President 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Library Assistant 3,4, National Honor Society 4. X-Aa John Matusik E John . . . St. George . . . Football l. victor points of perfection Lucille Maynard Lu . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 4, Bowling 3,4, Secretary 4. fighters. Seniors Jim Zwisler and Tony Rocco lead in this spirit-boosting task. MCll'y Mdyndfd Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2, Future Physicians 3,4, Office Assistant 4, Bowling 4, Musical Production 3. James Merlitti Jim . . . St. Martha . . . Varsity V 4, Vice-president 4, Basketball l,2,3, Football l,2,3,4, All-City 4, All- District 4, All-Catholic 4, All NEO Second-Team 4, All-Ohio Honorable Mention 4, Beacon Journal Player of the Year 4, Track l,2,3,4. Michael Memmer Monk . . . St. Vincent . . . Hall Guard 4. Timothy Miller Tim . . . St. Sebastian . . . Talent Show 3. Lawrence Minich Lare . . . St. Sebastian . . . Class Officer 1, National Honor Society 3, Scholarship Team 2, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Hall Guard 4, Basketball l,2, Football l,2. Kevin Modica Kevin . . . St. Francis de Sales . . . University of Detroit High School 1,2,3, Shamrock 4, Chorus 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Musical Production 4. Margaret Morris Marge . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, lrish Secretarial Club 3, Future Teachers 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Musical Production 4, May Court 4. Nancy Mundy Nancy . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, lrish Secretarial Club 3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 4, Bowling 4, Chorus 2, Musical Production 1,2,3,4. Sheila Murphy Sam . . . St. Joseph . . . National Honor Society 4, Vincentian 3,4, Feature Editor 4, Scholarship Team 2, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. l,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Bowling 3, Girls' Athletic Association l,2,3,4, Girls' lnterscholastic Basketball 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Modern Music Masters 2,3, Historian 3, Musical Production 2,3,4, May Court 1,3,4, Talent Show 4. Patricia Nelson Pat . . . St. Martha . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, lrish Secretarial Club 3,4, Athletic Of- fice Assistant 3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Homecoming Court 4, Crowner 4, Chorus 1, Musical Production 4. Mary Lou Nommay Mary Lou . . . St. Joseph . . . Class Officer 1, Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, lrish Secretarial Club 4, Future Teachers 3,4, Future Physicians 4, Bowling 3, Talent Show 4. Brian O'Neil Fred . . . St. Vincent. Robert Pacenta Bob . . . St. Sebastian . . . Class Officer 3,4, Treas- urer 3, President 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Shamrock 4, Chem- Phy 3, Gym Assistant 4, Varsity V 3,4, Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, All-City Second Team 4, All- District Third Team 4, All-Catholic Honorable Men- tion 4, Musical Production 3,4, Acolyte l,2,3,4, Talent Show 4. Suzanne Paciorkiewicz Suzanne . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 2, Na- tional Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 4, Vincentian 4, Leprechaun Lit 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, lrish Secretarial Club 3,4, Cheerleader 2, Maiorette 3,4, Captain 4, Chorus 1, Musical Production l,3,4. Samuel Palermo Sam . . . St. Paul . . . Scholarship Team 3, Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, Chem-Phy 3,4, Hall Guard 3, Varsity V 3, Football l,2,3, Track 1, Wrest- ling 2,3,4, Musical Production 3, Ronald Paolucci on . . . St. Vincent . . . Varsity V 4, Basketball l,3, Football l,2,3,4, All-City Honorable Mention 4, Track Bonnie Parker Bonnie . . . St. Sebastian . . . Shamrock 3,4, Editor 4, Vincentian 4, Leprechaun Lit 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Future Teachers 4, Bowling 3, Mu- sical Production 4, National Honor Society 4. William Perfect : . . . St. Vincent . . . Basketball l,2, Football l,2. Gregory Petroski Greg . . . St. Bernard . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Musical Production 3,4, il' 1-46? wal' fy, , X my 'al 2.5 Thomas Pound Tom . . . Immaculate Heart . . . Shamrock 4, Wrest- ling 2. Patricia Pyne Pat . . . St. Vincent . . . Chorus 1,2. Mary Quine Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 2, National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4, Scholarship Team 2, Shamrock 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Future Teach- ers 3,4, Library Assistant 3,4, Bowling 4, Musical Pro- duction 2,4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Girls' Athletic Association l,2,3,4. Anthony Racco Tony . . . St. Anthony . . . Shamrock 3,4, Editor 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Hall Guard 4, Football 1,2. 0 Robert Phillips Bob . . . St. Anthony . . . Varsity V 3,4, Football l,2, Track l,2,3,4. Eileen Pittenger Eileen . . . St. .loseph , . . Class Officer 2, National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 4, Vincention 3,4, Lep- rechaun Lit 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Musical Pro- duction 3,4. Christine Poda Christine . . . St. Bernard . . . National Honor Soci- ety 3, Christian Action Corps 3,4, Library Assistant l,2,3,4, President 4, Chorus 3,4, Modern Music Mas- ters 4, Musical Production 3. Richard Poppenhouse Pop . . . St. Paul . . . National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, C.S.M.C. 2, Chem-Phy 3,4, Golf 3, Wrestling 3,4, Band 1, Musical Production l,4, Audio-Visual Crew l, Talent Show 4. 'GQ ,pug xii Kathy Ann Rene Kas . . . Holy Family . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Future Teachers 3,4, Bowling 3, Majorette 3,4, Future Physicians 3. Jacqueline Renzi Jackie . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Vincentian 3,4, Leprechaun Lit 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Bowling 4, C.S.M.C. l. Michelle Reymann Mickey . . . St. Sebastian . . . Shamrock 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2,3, Future Teachers 3,4, Bowling 3,4. Kenneth Ricker Ken . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Hall Guard 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Varsity V 3,4, Football l,2, 3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Musical Production 2,3. 'Q:",.f Kathleen Ritzert Kathi . . . St. Sebastian . . . Our Lady of Mercy 1, Vincentian 4, Business Manager 4, Shamrock 3,4, Ed- itor 4, Leprechaun Lit 3, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Fu- ture Physicians 3,4, Secretary 4, C.S.M.C. 3, Bowling 3, Musical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. Joseph Roach Joe . . . St. Vincent . . . Hall Guard 3, Science Lab Assistant 3, Varsity V 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling T. Maria Romas Maria . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Office Assist- ant 2. Linda Rongone Linda . . . Immaculate Heart . . . lrish Secretarial Club 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Library Assistant 2,3,4, Vice-president 4. Senior "spit and polish" makes '66 sparkle as Donald Ross Piason . . . St. Martha . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, Hall Guard 4, Science Lab Assistant 2, Talent Show 3, Acolyte i,2,3. Maureen Royer Maureen . . . St. Martha . . . Class Officer i, Na- tional Honor Society 3,4,-National Merit letter of Commendation 4, Shamrock 4, Vincentian 2,3,4, News Editor 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Leprechaun Lit 3, Editor 3, C.S.M,C. 2, Chem-Phy 4, Future Physi- cians 3,4, Vice-president 4, Office Assistant i,2, Cho- rus 3, Musical Production 2,4, Talent Show 3,4, Mary Anne Rueschman Mary Anne . , . St. Francis De Sales . . . Bowling 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Chorus l,2,3, Modern Music Masters 3, Musical Production 2. Laura Rzasa Raz . . . St. Sebastian . . . Firestone 3, Athletic Office 4, Musical Production 4, National Honor Society 4. lrish Echo l is ready to "blast off" to the Hoban game with Pat Arnold, Sue Wysocki, and Mary Jane Bisheimer. Green and White rail to boost spirit over top Coach Jake "Cistone" Domanski casually "chit-chats" with his senior gridiron bruisers before the Hoban game. Kathryn Sabino Kathy . . . St. Eugene . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, C.S.M.C. 3, Irish Secretarial Club 4, Future Teachers 3, Chorus 3, Talent Show 3,4. , N-'tk -Y X C4 1 Ruth Savoy Ruthie . . . St. Joseph . . . National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Sham- rock 3,4, Chem-Phy 3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Science Lab Assistant 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4, Musical Production 3,4. Annette Scarpetti Scarps . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 4, Secretary 4, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Cheerlead- ing 3,4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4, Homecoming Court 4, Musical Production 3, Chorus 1,2. Marie Scolaro Marie . . . St. Joseph . . . Vincentian 3,4, C.S.M.C. 3, Irish Secretarial Club 3,4. 103 Richard Sear Spear . . . St. Vincent . . . Football 2, Wrestling 3, Talent Show 3, Acolyte 1,2,3,4. Carole Sebeny Carole . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, C.S.M.C. 3. JoAnn Seidel . . St. Joseph . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Future Teachers 3,4, Secretary 3, Musical Production l,3. Nora Seiwert Nora . . . St. Matthew . . . National Honor Society 3,4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, irish Secretarial Club 4, Library Assistant 4, Bowling 3,4, Chorus T. 4 wut fm-" t Eileen Shields Eileen . . . Holy Family . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Team l,2,3, National Merit Finalist 4, Shamrock 4, Vincentian 3, Vincenteen Boosters 4, Musical Production 1,3,4, Catholic Action Corps 2,3,4, Secretary 4, C.S.M.C. 2,3,4, Chem-Phy 4, Band l,2,3, 4, Treasurer 4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4. Carolynn Shircliff Caroline . . . Annunciation . . . National Honor So- ciety 3,4, Scholarship Team 2, Vincentian 3,4, Vin- centeen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 4. Olive Shoup Olive . . . St. Paul . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Library Assistant 4. Joseph Skinner Joe . . . St. Paul . . . National Honor Society 3,4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, C.S.M.C. 2,3,4, President 4, Chem-Phy 3,4, Science Lab Assist- ant 3,4, Football T,2, Track l, Wrestling 3,4, Musical Prdoucfion 3,4, Chorus 4. s N we it Martha Stephenson Martha . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 2, National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3,4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Irish Secretarial Club 4, Secretary 4, Library Assistant 2,3, Office Assistant 4, Cheer- leading 3, Bowling 4, Musical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. Mary Stephenson Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 2, National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 3,4, Vincentian 4, Vin- centeen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, Maiorette 3,4, Musical Production 4, Talent Show 4. John Struckel Strucks . . . St. Paul . . . Gym Assistant 4, Hall Guard 4, Varsity V 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, All-City 4, All- District Third Team 4, Track l,2. Mark Sullivan John L .... St. Hilary . . . Audio-Visual 1, Footbal 2, Manager 2. I l Michael Sloan Mike . . . St. Sebastian . . . Shamrock 4, Chem-Phy 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Hall Guard 4, Musical Production 3,4, Future Phvsicians 3, Football 1, Aco- lyte 1,2,a,4. Lynda Smole Smolie . . . St. Paul . . . Class Officer 1, Shamrock 4, National Honor Society 3, Vincention 3, Lepre- chaun Lit 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, irish Secre- tarial Club 3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 4, Bowling 3,4, President 4, Maiorette 4, Musical Production 2,3, 4, Talent Show 4. David Souers Dave . . . St. Vincent . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Hall Guard 4, Wrestling 3,4, Chorus l,2,3, Modern Music Masters 3, Acolyte l,2,3,4, Musical Production 2,3,4. Richard Sparhawk Rick . . . St. Eugene . . . Science Lab Assistant 2, Varsity V 4, Basketball l,2, Track 1, Football 1,2,3,4, All-City 4, All-District 4, All-Catholic Honorable Men- tion 4. 'Q--' A O6 'P-"9" 1-4-i y-L.-l-.,Ts- . Nanci Toddy Nanci . . . St. Sebastian . . . Class Officer 2, Na- tional Honor Society 3, Vincentian 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Athletic Office Assistant 3,4, Cheerleading 2,3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Mu- sical Production 3,4, Talent Show 4. Helen Trares Helen . . . Annunciation . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Shamrock 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Band 7,2,3,4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4, Musical Production 3,4. Lunch period for the seniors is Karen Trifonoff Trif . . . St. Vincent . . . Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, C.S.M.C. i,2,3, Band 1,2,3,4, Musical Production 4, Talent show 4, May Court 4. Rita Ulrich 'init 'Vw-W' Rita . . . Annunciation . . . Shamrock 4, Irish Secre- tarial Club 3,4, Secretary 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3, 4, C.S.M.C. 1,2. Kathy Rene and Carol Bachmann relax in Lawrence Vuillemin Vull . . . St. Paul . . . Class Officer l,2,3, Scholarship Team 7, Student Council 3, C.S.M.C. 2, Gym Assistant 4, Varsity V 3,4, President 4, Basketball 1,2,3, Track 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, All-City 4, All-State Second Team 4, All NEO 4, All-Catholic 4, All-District Second Team 4. Richard Watring Night Train . . . St, Peter . . . Class Officer l, Var- sity V 4, Football 3,4. Richard Weigand Rich . . . St. Paul . . . Class Officer 2, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3,4, Varsity V 3,4, Football 'l,2, 3,4, All-City 4, All-District 4, All-NEO 4, All-Catholic Honorable Mention 4, All-State Second Team 4. James Welsh Jim . . . St. Joseph . . . Vincentian 3, Leprechaun Lit 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Musical Production 2, Football 2. 4Q""W food, fun, and friendship the cafeteria as they discuss the day's events. John Zachardy Bones . . . St. Sebastian . . . Shamrock 4, Varsity V 3,4, Football 3,4, Manager 3,4, Track 3. Susan Wysocki - Sue . . . St. Hedwig . . . National Honor Society 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Shamrock 4, C.S.M.C. 2,3, 4, Vice-president 3, Office Assistant 3, Bowling 3,4, Musical Production 2,4. Raymond Williams Crash . . . St. Vincent . . . Vincenteen Boosters 2, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 4, Science Lab Assist- ant 2, Football 2, Cross Country 4, Chorus 2,3, Musi- cal Production 1,2. Caroline Wilson Gigi . . . St. Vincent . . . National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Team 2,3, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Notion- al Merit Letter of Commendation 4, Catholic Action Corps l,2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 3,4, Chem-Phy 3,4, Secretary 4, Future Physicians 3, Chorus l, Musical Production 3. 'fh- rg -Q4-4 7 James Zupancic Zuperman . . . St. John the Baptist . . . Track 3,4. James Zwisler Jim . . . St. Martha . . . Student Council 4, President 4, Shamrock 3,4, Vincenteen Boosters 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, C.S.M.C. 3, Football i,2, Future Teach- ers 3, Track 2, Manager 2, Musical Production 2,3,4. Joseph Zwisler Joe . . . St. Martha . . . Vincentian 4, Varsity V 3,4, Social Director 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, All-City 4, Football l,2,3,4, Captain 4, All-City Honorable Mention 4, Track 'l,2,4, Musical Production 1. Graduation march preceded by final discipline of "May the Lord who has begun this work bring it to perfection." For every senior ot Saint V's who walks down the aisle toward the priest waiting in the sanctuary to confer diplomas, this walk is both the beginning and the end. The pain of separation is mingled with the awareness that one is growing to maturity-and that this growth must always involve some pain. f fi 1 X 3 'fiiri-.t..i r i i ' f L ALLJLI: ' ,,'Qa . HAXWU- J :..-xi' , 54 e . fl . . ' U ef ,dr ' ' r ' f my ' M: , - ie SN J tiiii ' xi 7- ig V 'Q 3. A' nw A J. . 'I' -an i jifl. 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B 2 Barr, Thomas ....,.....,,. ....... 2 3, 66, 67, 69 Batal, Gerald ................... ................ 2 8, 45 Baughman, Christopher ...... ................. 2 8 Baughman, Timothy ......... .................... 1 9 Bayman, Mary Ellen ............., 30, 31, 44, 45 Bayman, Thomas .......................... 26, 38, 55 Beattie, Kevin ..,..................................... 20 Beatty, James .... .....,... 3 8, 49, 81, 82,109 Beck, Barbara ....... ............................. 3 0 Becker, Marieluise ..... .................... 2 8, 47 Beeching, Janet ..... ................. 2 l Beeching, Lois ....... ....... 2 8, 34, 36 Beesing, Monica ....... ....... 2 6, 38, 82 Bell, Suzanne ...... Bennett, Linda ....... Bennihnger, Louise ..... 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Brown, Gerald ....... ..,....16, 55 24 Brown, Karen ......... .... 2 4 Brunner, Dorothy .,.... .... 1 0 Bruno, Anita ............. .... 3 0 Buckley, Richard .,.... ....... 2 6 Burgess, Linda .............. ....... 3 0,54 Burkhart, Christine ....,, ..,,,,, 2 6 Burkley, Theresa ....,.. .... 2 3 Butler, Ken ............. ,,,, 8 3 Capatosto, Nancy .... .... 2 4 Carano, Joan .,...,...... ........... 1 7 Carlisle, Catherine ..... Carmedy, Michael .... .......28, 30 25 Carney, Kathleen ....... Carroll, John ............. Caruso, Madalyn ....... Carver, Ann .................. Casalinvovo, Anthony Case, Francis ................ Case, Joseph ........... Costner, John ......, Chimera, Cheryl ....... Chiurazzi, Gerard ..... Christ, Betty ........... Christ, Carol ............... Christensen, Karen .... Churchwell, Joyce ...... Churchwell, Mary Jane Cianchetti, Martha .... Ciancio, Mark .............. Ciborek, Mark .... Cingle, John ........., Cistone, Michael ....... Clark, Kevin ...... Clark, Linda ..... Clark, Stephen .... Clark, Tom- ............... Coffman, Kenneth ..... Cogar, Sandra ........ Coleman, John ...... . Coleman, Ronald ..,.. Coletta, Joanne ...... Coletta, Ralph .... Colopy, Daniel .... Colpo, Joann ...... Conn, Richard ..... Conrad, Joseph ...... Conroy, Mary ..... Conti, Linda ..... Ccok, Kathy ......... Cookro, Theresa .... Cornecelli, Susan ..... Cornecelli, Joseph .... Cornelius, Ernest ....... Costello, Donna ,......,. Costigan, Kathleen .... Costigan, William ..... Cotruvo, Thomas ..,.,.. Crano, Martha .,.,,.,. Creelan, Thomas ....... Crimi, Carol ............ Cross, Mark ,.............. Crumrine, Christine ...... Crumrine, Lynn ......... Csonka, Charles ....... Culbertson, Denise ..,... Cussio, Christine ..,.... Cziraki, Frank ........ Dalton, John ...... Dalton, Kathy ..,.. Daly, Patricia ............. D'Andrea, Joseph ....... Dangel, Janet ..,..... Dapp, Valerie ..... Daus, Ed ....,.......... Deagan, Colleen .... DeDea, Paul ............. Dedinsky, Daniel ....... DeHaven, Patrick ....... Delagrange, Mary ..... Delagrange, Tom .......... Delagrange, Vincent ....... Delnoce, Lynn ........... Delnoce, Tom ....... Dembosky, Don ...... Dente, Judith ......,... Dente, Richard ........... DeOrio, Stephanie ...... DeShon, David ........... DeShon, Margaret ..... Destro, Robert ........ Devany, Andrew .... Devany, Grace ..... Devany, Rose ....... Dies, John ........ fflfllrli ...IEE 38, 44, 54 .......3O 'ifffliiii ...IEEQ fffffsil ...fliliiil Dies, Margaret ....... Dies, Mary ...... Dillick, Fred ....... 22 21 Dixon, Barbara ........................................ 28 Dixon, Karen ............ 34, 45, 64, 65, 86, 91 Domanski, Richard .v..,..........A............ 86,103 Donataccio, Mary .........................,.......v.. 20 Donovan, Cheryl ...... .... . ..27, 30 Don Vito, Joanne ...... Doria, Frances ....... Downe, Denise ....... Doyle, Christine ...... Drexler, Michael ...... Dukerich, Lawrence Dunlavy, Margaret Dunlavy, Patrick ...... Dunn, Diane ........,.. Dunphy, Daniel ......,. Dunphy, Michaal ...,.. Durbin, Timothy ...... Durkee, Anne ............ Durkee, Barbara ...... Durkee, Mary Jane Durkin, Mary Ellen 29 Dzuris, Joseph .......... Dzuris, Judy ......... . Ede, Jaent ....,,....... Edminister, Amy ........ Edwards, Carol ...... Edwards, Susan ...... Elick, Patricia .......... Emanuele, Cynthia Endress, Patrick .... Endress, Terrence ..... Engler, Jerome ...... .... Engler, Michael .... Enright, Mary ...... Fabrizio, Janet ...... Fenwick, Joan ...... Feola, Philomena Ferrante, David .,.v 19 ....,...34, 36, 40, 86 . ,..,,..,...... 27,45 . .............. 25,38 ........30, 58, 66 30 16 23 28 23 86 16 29 64 ........28, 42, 64 ....,...35, 65, 86 39 .58, 61, 66, 67, 69, 86 86 26 ,.......42, 49, 87 87 Fiedler, Mark ........ ............... 3 0, 31 , 74, 77 Fiedler, William ...,.... Fisher, Mary .......... Flannery, Susan ....... Flannigan, Linda ...., Fletcher, Helen ...... Fletcher, Michele Florin, Bonnie ...... Floto, Nancy ....... Flynn, Jeanne .....,... Fongheiser, Paul ..,.. France, Kevin ...... France, Stephan ....... Franz, Dennis ...... Frattura, Albert .... Friedl, Gregory ....... Friess, Denise ........ Friess, Stephanie ..... Fry, Elizabeth ...,.. Fuller, Margaret ...., Fyotek, Carol ........ Gadel, Jerome ...... Gaffney, Dennis ....... Galizio, Leonard ..... Gannon, Charles ...,. Gannon, Michael ..... Garrett, Elizabeth Gearhart, Dennis .... , Gemind, Edward ..... Gemind, Karen ...... Gentner, James ....... George, Linda ...... George, Robert ..,..., Gerbasi, Linda ......... Gerrior, Kathleen ..... Gerrior, Patricia ..... Gibson, Gary ....,. Gibson, Jane ..... Gibson, Sue ....... ......48, 74, 77, 84, 87 ........25, 26 ........27, 38 20 22 19 30 ......81, 87, 109 ........30, 44, 45 ........58, 87 ........73, 87 16 30 ........25, 45 ........28, 35 87 87 24 23 8, 38 88 ........26, 45 28 88 24 ........42, 47, 88 21 .........48, 58, 63, 88 B8 Giffels, Catherine Giffels, Patricia ....... Gilbride, Craig .... Gill, James ......... Gill, Marsha ........ Gill, Mary Eileen ...... Glendon, James ..... Gless, Blanche ...... Gless, John ....,..... Gmerek, Annette ..... Godal, Cheryl .......... Goehler, Michael ..... Goehler, Susan .... Graf, Judith .......... Graf, Lawrence .... Graf, Robert ....... Grappo, Carol ...... Green, Barbara .... Greene, Ronald ....... Greenwald, Joseph Grible, Barbara ........ Grifa, Rebecca .......... Griffiths, Charlene Grote, Lawrence ...... Grote, Warren ...... Hadley, Patti Jo ..... Halaiko, Michael ..... 'miiiff ifffili Halaiko, Stephen ........ 45,46 Hamilton, Lynette ..... Hammett, Patricia Haren, Anne ..,.....,.. Haren, Kathleen ..... Harmon, Christine Hart, Patrick .......,.... Hartlaub, Joseph ..... Hassmiller, John ..,... Hatton, Robert ...... Hayes, Elaine ...... Hazlett, Diana ...,..... "'ffIfQf156 ........7l , 70 Heffelman, Laura ....... ....,... 2 9, 40 Heffernan, Racine Heller, Diane ......,.. Hellwig, Edward ...... Hellwig, Ray ................. Helmkamp, Catherine ..,. Hendl, Theresa ............. Herbstreet, Mary ...... Hesidence, Susan .... Higgins, Gregory ....... Hileman, Patricia ,..fffff5E ...QQQEZ Hilkert, David .......... ..................... Hilkert, Cathi .......... ....,.,. Hinebaugh, Nancy Hippich, Gregory Hoffman, Janet .. Hoffman, Robert .. 36, 46, 80 Hogan, Elizabeth ....,.,...... Hogan, Richard ..... ........ 7 4, Holland, Mary ...... Holleran, Catherine Holleran, Nora .......... Holt, Carol ............. Holt, William .......... Horan, Margaret .. Horn, Daniel ........... Horn, James ........... ....... -..----.-- . Hostutler, John .... Howard, Jeanne .. Howard, Robert ...... Hummel, Linda ....., . Hummel, Thomas ...... Hyland, Mark ...... lmes, Mary ............. Jacksits, Lawrence ....... Jackson, Ronald ...,.. Janchar, Dolora .... Jeffers, Robert ....... Jessie, Steven ....... Jiamboi, Francis ...... ........58, 61 ..,........58. ........51, 65 ...........67, 1 1 1 1 1 1 77, 1 Johnson, Chris ...... Johnson, Diane ....... Johnson, Gary ...... Johnson, Janet .... Jones, Linda ........ Jones, Mary Ann ..... Jurkoshek, Albert ..... Kalgreen, Susan ....... Kane, Joyce .......... Kane, Marie ....... Kane, Robert ..... Kane, Robert ........ Kannel, Carol ...... Karas, Anna ....... 26 16 28 17 18 23 19 23 20 27 ,..,.,..38, 93 22 21 Kase, Jeffery ........... ,..,..... 3 7, 41, 93 Kaufmann, Frances Keehner, Rosemary Keith, Susan .............. Keith, Robert ........... Kellett, John ....... Kelley, Jayne .... Kelley, Paul ...... Kellogg, John ...... Kelly, David ...... Kelly, Dennis ...,. Kelly, Kathleen .... Kelly, Terrence ...... Kestner, Mary ........ Khoury, Theresa ..... King, Mary Ann ..... King, Saleemy ..... Kinney, Judith ...... Kipp, Janice .... Kish, Steve ............ Klein, Mary Beth .. Kleman, Donald .. Kline, Cynthia ...... KnaPP, Cynthia .... Knight, Patricia .... Kochis, Donna ...... Kolar, David ...... Kolb, Mary ........ Kolb, Thomas ..... Konich, Leonard .. Konopka, Patricia.. Koscik, Christine .. Kouri, Randolph .. Kozar, John ......... Kraft, Patricia ..... Krause, Karen ...... Krumeich, Michele Krummel, Kenneth Kungl, Erika ......... Kurtz, Cynthia ..... Kus, Jeannette ..... Laatsch, Francis ...... Laatsch, Morris .... LaMonica, Laura .. Lamusga, Diane .... Laser, Mark ......... Lastocy, Sharon .... Lavery, Paul ......... Lavery, Vincent ...... LaVoie, James ..... Lawrence, John .... Lecon, Daniel ..... Lecon, Sarah ........ Lenke, Kathleen .. Leon, Cletus Alan .. Leon, James ......... Leon, Patrick .... Leonhard, Ann ........ Leskanic, Jalene ........... Lewellen, MaryBeth Lewis, Daniel .......... . Lintner, Charleen .. Longville, Richard Lorenzo, Kathryn .. Lovelace, Lynn ..... Lucas, Deborah ...... .22nun45,93 nunu3o,31 n2Nu36,93 .2022 21 can ao H22 zo can 19 new 22 93 37, 38, 40, 93 nnnnuuunnun ze .unnN43,49,93 17 94 25 94 ...,,....23, 42 ....... 51, 94, 109 26 .uunq16,38 .cane 16 .duncan 17 .nuuu36,94 .usd 18 can 94 new 94 220 29 can 5a can 20 use 23 .unease 21 nunuuuun 24 .........30, 54, 58 6, 21 25 8, 20 .. ......... 58,61,95 95 ,..,.....27, 45 ......,..22, 45 .......50, 95, 109 17 18 22 19 20 21 .........3O, 38 .....,...27, 58 ...,.....29, 64 19 25 Lucas, Patr icia ...... Lucas, Robert ..... Ludwig, Su E ...... . Lundy, Dorothy ...... Lyn ch, Pamela ...... 8 McCabe, Mary ......,...... ..,.,,.. 4 4 McCartl1y, Sharmon ..... ........ McClarnon, Cynthia .,... ..... McCormick, Judy .......,. ,,,...., McDermott, Cathryn ..... ...,,,,.... McDermott, James ...... ........ 3 0 McDermott, John ..... ........,....,,., McDermott, John ..... .,...... 2 8,72 McDermott, Marcia ..... .............. McDermott, Patricia .,., ........,,. McDermott, Thomas .. McDonald, Robert ...... ................. McDonald, Robert ....... ..,...,.......... 2 0 McDonald, Timothy ..... ....,... 5 3,66, 68 McFadden, John ..,.. .................,., McGrady, Molly ..,.. .......,.,....... McGrevey, McGrevey, McGuckin, McGuckin, McGuckin, Mclntyre, J Colleen ........ Michael Mary Ann Noreen .,,. Timothy ..... GMES .... ... Mclntyre, Rebecca .... McNichol, Gregory .... McSweeney, Edward Madden, Terrence ....... Madigan, Jacqueline Mahaley, J oseph ......... ........30 Mahaley, Paula .....,,.... ..........,...... Mahaley, Theresa ,..... ........ 3 7, 80 Maischaider, Paul ....... .............. Maischaider, Rita ....,. Maior, Beverly .........,...... Malecky, Mary Anne ....... Maltarich, Robert ............ ..... Maltarich, Ronald ...... ........ 28, 35 Mamas, William . .... ............. . Manderbach, Susan ..... Marcius, Elaine ....... Mariola, Thomas .,....... Markovich, Gregory ........ Marshall, Cynthia ....... Marshall, Lawrence ...., Marshall, Susan ........... Marunich, Geraldine ..,...... ........ Marunich, Jacqueline ....... ....,... ....,.81 40, 81 Massaro, Michael ............ ..... Matuschak, Thomas ..... Matusik, John ......... Matuska, Patricia May, John ........,...... Maynard, Edward ...... Maynard, Lucille ...... Maynard, Mary ..,. Mazur, Regina ...... Meley, Joseph ......... Mellion, Elizabeth ..... Memmer, Dennis ......,.. 84 ..,.,.24 ,..,..45 ......23 Memmer, Michael .............................. 50 Memmer, Thomas .............................. 30 Merlitti, James .......... 47, 58, 60, 61, 64 67, 72 Mertzlufft, James ................................ 28 Merzweiler, David ..... ........ 2 9 Merzweiler, John ......... Merzweiler, Kathryn Merzweiler, Mesek, Mic Mark ....... hael ........ Metzler, Barbara ...... Metzler, Robert ....... Meyer, Eliz abeth ....,. Michalec, Paul ..,.,..... Mickunas, Michael ...,. Mikolashek, Joseph ..... Miletti, Ronald .......... Miller, Charles ..... ........29 .......,30 30, 38 Miller, Miller, Kathleen ..... Pamela . .... Morris, Margaret ...........,,, Miller, Terry ......... Miller, Timothy ....... Miller, Vicki ......... Minich, Lawrence ........ Modlca, Kevin ............... Modrak, Michaelene ...... Mollico, Annette ........... Moneypenny, Nancy Morris, Donald .......... Morris, Edward .......... Mundy, Mundy, Mary Martha ...... Nancy ............... Murphy, Margaret ..., Murphy, Roseanne ..,. Neff, Thomas ...............,..., Scheatzle, Sear, Murphy, Sheila ....... Musyt, Deborah ....... Myers, Patrick ..... Nation, Robert .,... Nees, Diane ................ Nelson, leon Francis ...... Nelson, Patricia ........ 34 Noethen, Barbara ...,........ Nolan, Maureen ................ Nommay, Mary Lou ....... Ochsenhirt, David ...... O'Connell, Patricia ....... O'Dea, Richard .......... Ondecker, Thomas .... O'Neil, Brian ......... O'Neil, Gloria ...... Pacenta, Margaret ...... Pacenta, Robert ....,.......,... Paciorkiewicz, Kathleen Paciorkiewicz, Suzanne Palermo, Samuel ............,. Paolucci, Ronald . .... ..... . Pappono, Janet ...,... Parker, Bonnie ..... Parkinson, Janet ..... Pastor, Paul ......... Paulus, Arlene ...... Paulus, Carol ........... Penrod, Karen ......,...., Pepperney, Bonnie ....... Pepperney, Mary ..... Perfect, William ..... Pesko, Cheryl ....... Peters, Sandra ...., Petit, Rita ......,.,.,..., Petroski, Gregory ........ Petroski, Paul ......... Phillips, Edward ..... Phillips, Robert ...,,,, ,,,,,, Pianalto, Vinceena .......... Piekarski, Ronald ....., 29 Pittenger, Eileen .,,,,,,,,,,,, Placanica, Eileen ..... ...... Poda, Christopher ....., Poda, Christine .......... Polsinelli, Gerald ....., Poppenhouse, Linda .......... Poppenhouse, Richard ...... Pound, Thomas ......,.,,,.,,, Procaccio, Janice ..... Pyne, Patricia ...... Shedlosky, Peter ....... Quine, James ...... Quine, Mary ....... Quinn, Kathryn ....... Quinn, John ...... Racco, Anthony ....... Rocco, James , ...,...,,,, ., Ransweiler, Edmund 9, 38 .........29, 30, 39 98 7, 38 ........58, 98 .........45, 98 .........29, 35, 64 38 ....38, 54, 98, 109 ,.....98, 109 .........38, 47, 98 ........,22, 30, 48 28 30 , 51, 55, 64, 65, 98 38 ........36, 98 20 21 45 48 99 30 37 .,..........58, 61, 62 63, 66, 68, 90, 99 99 52, 53, 58, 61, 99 ............36, 48, 99 18 17 16 26 16 17 26 99 18 .........l9, 21, 38 .......49, 99, 109 20 62 66 67 68 69 ' ..... 54, 34, bo, ioo .......43. 45, 100 .........28, 38, 54 ......100 ......100 20 .,.,..100 .,.....37, 43, 100 ....,.,,22, 30 .....,97. 100 22 22 Rasinski, Timothy ....... Reaman, Mark ........ Reed, Darlene ..... Reed, Janis ....... Reese, Thomas ..... Rene, Kathy .....,...... Rennie, Kathleen ....... Renzi, Jacqueline ..,.. Renzi, Patricia ........ Reymann, Colette ....... Reymann, Michelle ...... Rice, John , ,,.. .r............ Richardson, Judy ..... Rucker, Kenneth ...... ........ Riegler, Susan ......,. Ritzert, Kathleen ....... Roach, Joseph ........ Roberts, Karen ........ Rochford, Dennis ....... Roman, Lawrence ....... Romas, Maria . .......... Rongone, Christine ...... Rongone, Linda ....... Rooney, George ...... Ross, Donald ..... Roten, Theresa .,.... Royer, Anne .......,, Royer, John ........ Royer, Maureen ......... Ruby, Joseph ................ Rueschman, Mary Ann Russo, Donald ......., Russo, Mary ......... Ruth, Daniell ....... Rzasa, David ....... Rzasa, Laura ..... Sabino, Kathryn ...... Sabino, Victoria .... Salsky, Dolores ...... Salsky, John ..,,........ Sauter, Elizabeth ....... Savoy, Ruth ,..... ...... Sawan, Dennis .......,... Scarpellini, Cynthia ............ Scarpetti, Schaetzle, Schaetzle, Janine ....... Schaetzle, Mary ..,,,, Diane ....... Annette .......... 34 Catherine .......... Schafer, Katherine ......... Schindewolf, Thomas Schlichting, Janet ........ Schlosser, Christine ...... Schmidt, Deborah ..... Schnee, Edward .......,. Schrener, Elizabeth ...... Schrenk, Linda .,......... Schulz, Wayne ........ Scolaro, Marie .... Scott, Dennis .......... Seaman, Priscilla ....... Sear, Daniel ..,,,..... Sear, Michael ..,. Sear, Nancy' ...... Richard ...... Sebeny, Carol ....... Sehika, Patricia ...... Seidel, Jo Ann ........ Seidell, Christine ....... Seiler, Kathleen ....., Seiwert, Nora .... Selby, Stephen ........ Semilia, Samuel .... Serdinak, Fred .... Seybold, Eileen ...... Shaheen, Janice ........., Shaheen, Patricia ........,.. Shaughnessy, Kathleen Shaw, Barbara .............. Shields, Eileen ....... ......26, 27 25 24 .......23, 46, 50 ...,,,.39, 101 26 .......47,101 30 18 ......,...30, 44, 45 59 Rucker, Frank .......,.. ......... .45,58, 101,109 ..36, 46, 49, 101 101 30 28 ......,101 18 ........43, 101 29 .......102 19 ..27, 36, 47, 102 .......25, 37, 64 ..........27, 37 8, 20 02 .......103 19 28 038, 48, 54,103 , 40, 64, 65, 103 22 30 27 30 25 .......30, 47 17 18 30 23 28 19 .......103 38 .......30, 59, 74 20 26 .......104 .......104 26 .......104 23 24 .......104 21 ....30, 31, 44, 45 21 ......20, 38 25 27 .......22, 74, 75 .......,38, 80, 104 7 Shircliff, Carolyn ...... Shoup, Olive ......... Shreve, Sharon ..... Singleton, James ,... Skinner, Jerry ....... Skinner, Joseph ..... Sloan, Michael ..... Slovski, Sandy ....... Slovski, John ...... Smith, David ......... Smith, Donald ....... Smith, Kenneth ....... Smith, Michelle ........ Smole, Lynda .............. .......104 . ....... 104 .........30, 58 ........42, 45, 104 24 30 17 ........39, 51, 105 Sonderman, Anthony ....... ................. 2 9 Sonderman, Sally ......... Souers, David .... ..... Souers, Kathleen Souers, Martha ........ Spallino, Christine ..... Spallino, Mary Jo ,....., Sparhawk, John ...... Sparhawk, Richard ..... Speight, Margaret ....... Stadelman, James ....... ........84, 105 ......28, 35 23 .......29, 44, 45 ...,,.....29, 58 ........6O, 105 .......17, 38, 50 Starr, Rita ................ .,..... 2 9, 34, 64 Staudt, Mary ............ ................ 2 5,38 Stempfel, Mary ..............,....................... 19 Stephenson, Martha ............ 36, 40, 49, 105 Stephenson, Mary ................ 36, 39, 48, 105 Stevens, Pamela ...... Stith, Joseph .......,. Stitz, Nancy ............., Strecker, Kathleen ....... Struckel, John ............. Struckel, Robert .............. Stuhldreher, Rosemary Sullivan, Mark ................ Sutter, Al ............... Sutter, Barbara ..... Sutter, Robert ....... Sutter, William ..... Svetlik, George .... Swartz, Fred ....... Swenson, Chris ..... Testa, Susan ............,. Tetzel, Bernadette ....... Tetzel, David ..,...,..... Thaden, Paula ...... Thomas, Deborah ....., Thomas, Judith ........ Thomas, Sandra ........ Thornburg, Donna ....... Tierney, Diana .......... Titus, Mary ......... ...... Toddy, Nanci ........ ...... Trares, Bernadette .......... Tomei, Lawrence Trares, Helen ........... Trecaso, Joseph ........ Trecaso, Michael ...... Tritonoff, Karen ........ Tynan, Maribeth ...... Tynan, Sheila ........ Ulrich, Rita ..............., Urdiales, Anthony ....... .......30, 31 ........58, 61, 105 ..........27, 28 .......105 ......27,58 30 18 .......30, 74, 77 16 16 ..,.,.,......29,58 .......25, 44, 45 11 24 19 34, 36, 64, 65, 106 38, 54 ......38, 48, 54,106 38, 74 9, 38, 75 ........38, 106 26 21 06 28 Van Lieu, Kenneth ....... VanMeer, Jonne ...,......... Vaughan, Julianne Vielhaber, Robert ..... Vielhaber, Thomas Villers, Charles ......... Vincent, Timothy ....... Vinciguerra, James Volchko, Ruth ........ Vollmer, Richard ....... Vuillemin, Lawrence ............58, 60, 62, 106 Vukan, Christine ....... Walsh, James ....... Walsh, Mary ,,..... Walsh, Francis ..... Walter, Luanne ...... Walzer, Mary .............. Walzer, Kathleen ........ Ward, Lawrence .... Warner, Paul ...,.., Warner, Robert ...... Wasil, James ..........,... Watring, Richard ,..... .. Watson, John ....... ,.... Weigand, Christine Weigand, Mark .......... Weigand, Richard Welsh, James .,.....,.. Wemm, Robert ............ Wendling, Pamela .. Whelan, Margaret ...... Whelan, Monica ...... Wile, Thomas .....,. Wilhite, James ......,. Wilhite, Marcella .. Williams, John .,.... Williams, Paul ..... Williams, Ray ....... Wilmot, Thomas ...... Wilson, Caroline .... Wilson, Catherine .. Wilson, Dorothy .... Wilson, Paul .......... Wiolland, Linda .... Wiseman, Robert .... Woino, Jane .......... Woodburn, Cynthia ....... Wooley, Allyson ..... Wyler, Kristine .... Wysocki, Susan ....... Yeager, Mary Ellen ..... Zachardy, John ....... Ziga, Therese ...... Zolton, Greg ..... Zuch, Frances .,.... Zupancic, James ...,. Zurowskyi, Oksana ........ Zwisler, James ., .,.,..... Zwisler, Joseph .,... Zwisler, William ..... 17 23 16 16 30 ........17, 42 .....1..25, 45 59 8, 19 25 ........28, 49 28 20 28 27 21 21 20 28 .........58, 106 22 .......58, 60, 62,107 27 17 ........28, 45 25 25 23 16 49 16 .,.,.....66, 107 ......41, 42, 107 . ......... 28, 53, 59, 73 19 17 20 ........28, 44, 45 .......102,107 19 ........107 28 25 25 .34, 35, 36, 97, 108 ........58, 60, 61, 63, 65, 66, 67, 108 ........24, 58, 62, 63 Activities and Urgizizizaiiwis Auclio-Visual .,.... ..5O Band ............ ........ 3 8 Basketball .... .....,.. 6 6 Cheerleaders ...... ........ 6 4 Chem-Phy ...... ......,. 4 l Chorus ....... ........ 4 4 C.S.M.C. ..... ........ 4 3 Football .............. ........ 5 8 Future Physicians ...... ........ 4 'I Golf .................... ........ 7 O Irish Secretarial ...... ........ 4 0 Library Assistants ....... ........ 4 3 Maiorettes .................... ........ 3 9 National Honor Society ..... ....... 3 6 Modern Music Masters ..... ........ 4 5 Shamrock ...................... ........ 4 8 Sodality ........... ........ 4 2 Student Council ..... ........ 3 7 Tennis ............. ........ 7 l Track ..................... ........ 7 2 Vincenteen Boosters ...... ........ 3 4 Vincentian ............. ........ 4 6 Wrestling ...... ........ 7 4 9 120 x ww + my ,f wg xvgjjtgnmgmx Q Bi


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