Thornridge High School - Piper Yearbook (Dolton, IL)

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I' ,fx ' XZ K .. - N L, is ' ' ' Qavf ' 1. A ' f ' 4 A 1 A 4 .- Ji , - V , ' .va s A' tu .ix ' . 5 ? fri .A,,, . 35543 PIPER 1975 TI-I0RNRIDCSEI0I.S 15000 Cottage Grove IfJolton,Ill. 60419 'az ,Af 1 xi! w ifsl' ivgmf , aw fr., fi 8. - x M' I I 4 M. infix, f .. if if 1 , , -, . l 'A om .F ., -, .l. x M Q, ., .fav I WF f EVENTS B-2.3 ACADEMICS 24-4 TR: Our world of sunshine Thunder and lightning still hit Thorn- ridge, but lately, everything has become more easy-going and peaceful. We did not come across much turbulence in 1974-1975. TR's attendance boundaries did not change, administration decisions were not earth-shaking, and class peri- ods remained at fifty minutes in length. Over 3,300 students inhabited TR, ap- proximately the same as the previous schoolyear. The skies over TR have become brigh- ter as well as calmer. We began to see where we are and where we are going. With this new-found awareness, we could do what we felt had to be done - bear down in Algebra I, enjoy ourselves at the Flings, reach for that last ounce of energy in the Homecoming game, or maybe just find a friend under OUR WORLD OF SUNSHINE. ORGANIZATIONS 46 97 SPORTS 98-139 PEOPLE 140-215 INDEX 216-223 What is Thornridge? 1 up K1 - . fs 1 as ffm., 1 056. FQ 'skis A- 'i Above: A snowy morning gives Dawn Holmes a chance to wield her throwing arm. Above Right: AC8:C class fills Sandy Pignatiello with laughter. . wr 'T' Above: A basketball game provides an ideal t for this crowd to release excess energy. ime W l Thornridge is you! What is TR? TR is people living, working, learning together five to seven hours each day. We all share experiences such as leaving school early when a wa- ter main breaks or self-scheduling each semester. TR is you! People, not buildings or classrooms, make TR. Some are teachers. Some are deans, counselors, or adminis- trators. All are students, learning some- thing new everyday. Above Left: Cafeteria food appears agreeable to DaveTanner. Left: Kim Gaskill relaxes with a smile in the cafeteria. ..n wl'w'- Above Left: Lassie Pipers Denise Dwyer, Diane Specius, Jane Santefort, Sheryl Cox, Sue Dwyer, and Laura Mulder perform at a pep assembly. Above: Ed Hawkins checks stock at his job at Walgreens. Left: As a cashier at Dominicks, part of Debbie Benson's job is to have a big smile for the customers. Opportunities widen for TR students After attending a full day of school, whether they are dismissed at 12: 15 or at 2:05, many students also participatein extra-curricular activities. These activi- ties range, according to whatever inter- ests a-student may have, from sports to performing groups, to academic-related clubs. Students may put on their dancing shoes for Lassies, push on their thinking caps for Math Club, or pull on their bathing caps for swimming. I Instead of, and sometimes even in ad- dition to, extra-curricular activities, many students have part-time jobs. ln recent years students have begun to take on more and more responsibilities. Each student works, whether at a job, in an activity, or even strictly academi- cally, toward making himself his own person: involving himself in things and areas which interest him and which wid- en the scope of this life as a part of TR's World of Sunshine. Above Left: Mark Schild unpacks a carton as part job asa stockboy at Wise Way. ' ' "" ' ' Left: Matt Piescinski levels a space gun at Dennis Jones as they pack toys forthe Boys Club Toys for Tots Drive. 8 Events of Sunshine l Q tsl i Feeling romantic in the atmosphere of the Homecoming Dance, creating a new personality for your part in the fall play, sensing a feeling of brotherhood and good will as you listen to the Christmas Concert, learning the ways and customs of another people as a foreign exchange student, listening to your parents' ac- count of their night at school, trying to score while staying on your donkey's back at the Donkey Basketball Game, waiting in anticipation for your date to pick you up for the Prom, or walking with a feeling of accomplishment toward the stage to receive your diploma - whatever the event, whatever the feeling, all were experienced in the warmth of the rays ofTR's'WorldofSunshine. l l Below Right: Denise Dwyer and Jeff Proffitt are the center of attraction as they lead the traditional Coronation dance. Below Left: Couples pause in the lobby for refresh- ments before resuming their night of dancing. The lobby was transformed into a country store. Prom, Homecoming dances will always be remembered Denise Dwyer and Jeff Proffitt reigned as queen and king at 1974's Homecoming dance "Harvester's Ball." Alumni returned to join present stu- dents at the Highlander-sponsored event. Joan Anderson was general chair- man of the festivities. Renaissance, a professional band, and Mark Voll, an alumnus of Thornridge, presented double feature entertainment. The dance was highlighted by the coro- nation-ceremony with the court consist- ing of John Addleman, Sue Binder, Russ Calabrese, Arletha Cherry, Gary Chris- tian, Dan Fleischman, Jayson Fraser, Mike Gorski, Liz Hall, julie Kruse, Carol Parham, Dave Pfister, Gail Rossi, and Gloria Whittington. Officially "Coun- tryside" ended Saturday night at 11 p.m., but to all its participants, the spirit of "Countryside" still lingers on. Good music and high spirits set the Lexington House aglow for the 1974 Grand Ball May 17. Several of the 325 couples who attend- ed prom announced their engagements during the night of enchantment. Prom proved to be a world of sunshine for these couples . Presentation of the prom court by se- nior class president Pat Mulvenna and the crowning of Kyle Travis as the Prom Queen highlighted the ceremonies of a magical evening. Other prom court members were Lee Adolph, Theresa Al- banese, Pat Bronson, and Mettha Marsalis. Planned by Mr. Michael Bortel and the senior class officers, "For All We Know," the theme of the 1974 prom, meant something special to all who attended. ia 4 Q. ,- .Uv Oo' .ffq Q Off Sffffpp f J , 4' evo ' n OSNO' .0 vt, ,vp o o.'o . .3 0' ' O . oIf!U vw. S53 uv O Right: Mira Bjelotomich receives her diploma gratefully from Mr. Leo Piernas, board of education member. Below: Rosanna Javier, foreign exchange student from the Phillippines, gave a humorous speech on Thornridge andthe U.S.A. ff? f IEW v,vvv U, f,,fw,,, wi 7 :tex km, ., , Xii,,,,i, Above: Dr. Lambert, faculty guide, and Ioe Egan honor guide, lead the line full of grads with differ ent expressions but with the same expectations. 'K Grads begin new way of life As TR's band played "Pomp and Cir- cumstance", 723 seniors of the clan of '74 made their way up the stage to re- ceive their diplomas and the key to a new way of life. No more would they wander the "hallowed halls" of these buildings that had housed a major part of their lives for four years. Now they would step out of TR's "World of Sunshine" into a new life that would be of their own making. Left: Fr. William O'Brien, who gave the benedic- tion, Mr. Robert Reese and Mr. Leo Piernas, board of education members, and Dr. Robert McKanna, principal, preside over graduation ceremonies. Below: Carol Baker, Carla Avila, and Chris Allen caress baby rabbits as they wait for the graduation ceremonies to begin. 1-1 1 'Wim i 'o ,N - 'ge 4:6-. I '1- Q Q div fi X 'i if 'Qual' 5 1' n U-40-0--as-M' 4 pm-gg a-5 -Q 1 ' u ,W .if- 1 an 4411, "h L' 31"-ibm , 3 X Q . ,K .. N., . qu 2 1...-f-ff'- 4-, 4 ii- is 3 W" zz" .--qu I 2' Q G 47: - 51 I Jr E E l ,, ,J W . f ' ' F Below Left: ln scene one of "Lovers and Other Strangers," Brenda fMargaret Vander Mydej characterizes a rude, dominating woman. Her lover Ierry lDennis Stellaj obviously does not meet up to Brenda's standards. Below: In the fourth scene, Frank fDan Forrestj explains to his daughter-in-law Ioan QLaura Ze- szutekl the importance of a permanent marriage. , 1- at.uf1f..-- -Q'-vf ' a' t -"er ' M H' -f t K is t Par Left: During scene two, Wilma QKathy Mc- Keoughj and johnny lDale Normanj portray a mar- ried couple disputing who should be the one to make the first move. Center Left: The shortest scene, scene three, in- volves pre-wedding jitters between a young couple Mike fDan Albertj and Susan QCathy Croteaul. Below: Richie lRich Unterbergj proclaims he has decided on a divorce, much to the disapproval of his parents Prank and Beatrice tAnnette Kochj. K 2 'MQ ,V ,.W. Q, Q "WM,-W.., ,wwf-W ,,,,, Above: Mrs. Fullriede adds a little humor to the routine task of setting the table. She works in TR's administrative offices. Right: As a Highlander, Sig decorates the gym in preparations for "Harvester's Ball." -1' ii Ili is' f it 3 J! I ltr. l l 1 ,:r.g g l l ttt .r '-.Q 4' r Choirs sing out with love Christmas preparations at Thornridge were not complete until December 15, when the five choirs of the music depart- ment presented their annual Christmas concert. The theme of this year's concert, "God is Love," was delivered to the audience through the artwork of Mrs. Janet Nem- itz and the performance of the Freshman Choir, Girls Glee, Girls Chorus, Sopho- Above: Girls Chorus' delicate harmony floats across the auditorium. Above Right: julie Koval's flute accompaniment added variety to Girls Glee Club and Chorale numbers. Right: The eyes of these Sophomore Choir mem- bers are focused on their director, Miss Karen Kennicutt. more Choir, and Chorale. The Madrigals caroled before the pro- gram and the procession of choirs fol- lowed to open the concert. Directed by Mr. Lamar Runestad and Miss Karen Kennicutt, the choirs sang a wide variety of Christmas carols. A large gathering of Chorale alumni, along with the Chorale, sang the Hallelu- jah chorus which concluded the concert. A ' , -.IEW " ' ' '0- " -' k , , ZQ,WA ,,,'A ' 4 Mr nv- '. . H A , 3. ,,.i' f AV ,f Agyvyivl L' 4 , 1' Igy J I I kvk, A K H Y, L. .. - , t . ,V v. " A Q I A 1 'im , QA.. A Q . I , ' fi "4 :hj 4 q v - f ,Q,. U m : H x e- 1 , ff ' .. ws + ww , 5, s ' 1 . ' A 2 4 W 'Q' ' 'Q' gg 'I .NX ,f3f"'wX W? C o mmu n ity events support TR Behind every TR student is a con- cerned parent. P8tTA Night on Uct. 7 il- lustrated this fact. Seven minute periods gave parents the opportunity to meet all teachers of their sons and daughters in one night. However, confused parents discovered five minutes was barely enough time to travel from one class to another. This organization encourages all members of the community to take an interest in what happens here at Thornridge. Through such fund-raising activities as the Donkey Basketball game last spring and professional wrestling Nov. 8, Booster Club provides money for new athletic equipment. In addition, Booster Club is in charge of Spring, Pall, and Winter Award Nights for all TR athletes. With the help of Booster Club, anyone interested in TR athletics may talk with coaches of various athletic teams on Tuesday nights in F206. Above Left: Coffee and conversation make com- munication easy for Mrs. Filippi, a mother, and Miss Gilmore. Left: Mr. Valiska answers questions from two con- cerned parents. Sunshm ln Academics Creating your own masterpiece in art, testing your secretarial skills in business, experiencing the successes and defeats of the everyday housewife in home eco- nomics, working up a sweat in physical education, feeling like the original mad scientist as you mix chemicals during a science experiment, solving modern problems by probing the past in social studies, avoiding the yellow lines in driv- ers education, working behind the scenes as well as on stage in speech, or discover- ing it, is even more difficult to conjugate a verb in Spanish, French, or German than it is in English - all of these and more are part of the learning experience for each student as a part of TR's World of sunshine., ' l l l X , A V, 0 Q . . . fi xv . L,i1 W .q V, En glish 15 essential to da1ly life Q . y A .. . e The world of literature in its varied mas, the student is also offered classes in 't Q V if types and forms is unveiled for the stu- which he can further his understanding M, iilii ,E tl rrf iii tl dent for the TR English Department. and knowledge of the English language. Viiggag 1' A if This department offers classes which Advanced classes for those who are espe- W MJE: A., ' L ,A cover a vast range of the periods and cially creative or interested in a particular Ig gg authors of both American and English area of English are also offered to TR ,tl,t,,Qfir Q literary history. students. Qi, i?ii'lf" i In addition to the novels and the dra- A stts -6 ,V te ,U , lin -ui 2'1" 1 ' .Ji J at Q4 wa , I E isaa I A T xg' A e' ,V I VA I I ,,VV I -1 4, , 1 I ' . .aw 'nnuvr' ' Right: Downtown Chicago is a favorite place for field trips. As part of their European Literature class, Joe Keefner and Nancy Murphy with Dan Buchanan and Marco Caldana Un Backgroundj view the First National Bank of Chicago's mural. Above: Creativity runs rampant in AC 8: C as jim Mulvenna, Tom Morgan, Fred Bay, Mike Prizy, and Bob Nylen combine their talent for a little paste pot poetry. Above Right: Mythology Lives! Susan Ritchie and Debbie Pope demonstrate. Mrs. Howard's English II class assembled a collection of modern products and literature connected with mythology. my-'f T 5, "" is Acvl A,,, 6 W L.: gi? lf' K fy ' 4- ywre , re rs ,differ A " 5902.5 Above: Mr. Lohmar gives some attention to Sally Rock's reading comprehension in the reading lab. Left: George Rugis uses the dictionary to complete his English assignment in student prep. Right: Mr. Avery teaches his Spanish I class mem- bers by playing bingo. Below: Estelle Carbajal performs to the applause of her audience in last spring's Spanish Festival. ,gm new ,we ,, 4 g , eq ' 4 Z wg, MK' Right: Mrs. Canik gives Joe Voss a hand as he reads a French text. Students study language in class, but learn the country in clubs. In TR's Language Department stu- dents learn more than just to speak a for- eign language. While the first two years are mostly grammar, vocabulary, drills, and home work, the third and fourth years are different. In these classes stu- dents put their knowledge to work by reading books or short stories in foreign languages. Another phase is the study of foreign culture through books, films, and field trips to ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants. For students who want to know even more about other lands, there are French and Spanish Clubs. One project of the Spanish Club was to sponsor an orphan in Mexico. The French Club subscribes to many Parisian magazines to enrich the members' reading in French. Left: French Club: Front Row: Sandy Fleming, Claudia Rozewicki, Karen Kaptejna fv.pres,j, Bon- nie Ieanes Ctreasj, Rose Anne Schrader, Tony Wal- ley, Kathy Weber, Row 2: Marcelle Dubois, Dorice Pepin, Vicki Siwinski, Phyllis Hopson, Linda Mill- er, Lynn McCormack, Laura Zeszutek, Marth Morgan, Row 3: Rich Wrede, Karen VanderMey, Renee Rakow, Andy Morrison, Mary Prisby, Ar- lette Kuczwara, Laura Devlin fpres.j, Brenda Erik- sen, Diane Specius Above: Spanish Club: Front Row: Mike Fernando ftreasj, Estelle Carbajal fpresj, Nancy Patterson tv.pres.J, Carol Morina tsecrej, Sherry Sells: Row 2: Marianne Mangano, Dorothy Toppins, Rose Coniglio, Diane Pala, Esther Garza, Judy Knox, Debbie Ritchie, Ioanne Peterson, Michelle Shattig- neyp Row 3: Tina Dorozynsky, Brenda Coleman, Diane White, Barb Ravesloot, Barb Augustynow- icz, Meryl Morris, Arletha Cherry, Martha Floyd Right: Expensive equipment cannot be trusted in the hands of the inexperienced. Ron Cavillet ad- justs a reel on a tape recorder. Below: Momentarily without her hammer, Becky Kuyper notes her progress on prop construction. Below Right: Camera number three is manned by Monte McKinney and Ricky Walker in Radio and Television class. Speech 'important Speech can play a very important part in anyone's life, so all freshmen are re- quired to take one semester of Speech I. However, for those who wish to, TR has a number of more advanced classes from Speech II to RadiofTV. In these classes students learn to improve their public Y part' of TR life speaking, to act or to direct a television production. from these advanced speech classes come many of the cast and crew involved in fall, winter and spring theatrical pro- ductions performed annually for the en- tertainment of TR's students. Above Left: Miss Schultz instructs Richard Paterik in Speech I. Fifty students participated in this ex- perimental program combining English and speech with greater emphasis on improving the speaking ability of freshmen. Mrs. Watts taught in conjunc- tion with Miss Schultz. Above: Kathy Davia and Linda Binder watch and listen as Sue Steffens describes a newspaper article in Speech I. Students tackle Industrial Arts challenge TR's Industrial Arts Department has a wide variety of shops from Auto Me- chanics to Electricity. These classes are also open to girls. The Industrial Arts Department welcomes all who want to learn. Industrial Arts means learning to those who don't know, and experience to the inexperienced. Following their cours- es in the Industrial Arts Department, students sometimes enroll in technical schools for more specialized training in a certain area or may join the masses of blue collar workers. V Right: Iohn Basil uses a reamer in metal shop. Above: The lathe can turn out a work of art or a useful tool. In metal shop Tony Aroyal learns to do both. ,JE . .' P " 'i t 2' f " Q at 5 f s '3 A ga . A I C' Q as .Sf ' . Wits, W g. Family unit important in Home Ec. The Home Economics Department recognizes that the basic unit in our democratic society is the family. There- fore, classes such as a Home Economics Survey, Contemporary Living, Child Development, Creative Hobbies, Cloth- ing and Food courses, Interior Design, and Housing and Home Economics Re- lated Occupations CHEROJ courses are offered. E Building, a traditionally male haunt of TR, succumbed to Women's Lib as E108 and E115 were utilized by Home Economics classes. Above Left: Candice Capolillo and Mary Knabe concentrate on their needlepoint in Creative Hob- bies class. Top: Mike Phelps and Regina Webb work together on a sewing machine. Above: Mrs. Roberson explains a stitch pattern to Janet Lichne- rowski in Clothing I class. Art department molds students into artists Hurrying to finish a painting or dip- ping your hands in a trash can full of clay is all part of being an art student in TR's Art Department. Students this year can choose from ten classes ranging from General Art to Ce- ramics. Students learn to master the pot- tery wheel in Ceramics or learn how to use the color wheel in Drawing and Painting. Once a student learns these skills he is no longer a student of art but an artist. wfvf, film ll V,g,jig1 ,,,.-,- .I ES: i ' r Q f Q-fi " he .ia-, f- at v we , at :qi-jr .gf -- , ,z::fj W?" t J 5 .N ,..- ,,-tt.t i . if .- t itstts me-M-1-. .- rj -sgvfp.. .!'2if""' ,,,. V S -t W. A L . ",. A ti masse Above Right: Linda Thomsen uses the medium of Above: Cathy Ioritz give clay to express her artistic ability. check to be sure it is perfect. Wt-. . er painting a final Aix., ep g Above: Gail Boborowitz learns that even simple water colors can be used to create a work of art. Sophs tame autos in Drivers Ed "Get in the car. Put on your seatbelt. Lock the door. Adjust the radio and ven- tilationf' These are just a few of the pre- liminary instructions given to TR Driv- ers Education students. Every sophomore now has a full se- mester of Drivers Ed in which he learns the meaning of road signs, studies the rules of the road, practices the basics of driving on the range, and gets some real driving experience on the road. All this prepares the student for his driver's li- cense test, which he can take as soon as he is 16 and has successfully completed his Drivers Ed course in school. Left: Larry Steele gets some "off the roadf' driving experience on one of TR's simulators. Below: Students learn parallel parking on the driv- ing range. G wif- -. f. K M- ,K .ws w ., H .Q .,,f. Q ,MW 5 .W V . s A lt all adds up in Math Department The world of numbers appears highly impersonal until you find someone will- ing to "talk math" with you on a one-to- one basis. Fortunately, the Math Depart- ment has those kind of people. Basic Math classes make difficult multiplica- tion, addition, subtraction and division problems easy. For the advanced mathe- matician, Pre-calculus with its computer applications proves to be a definite chal- lenge. "Computerese" is a language un- like any other. This year an experimental independent study program has been designed for certain Algebra I classes. According to Mr. Steffe, Math Depart- ment chairman, "lf it doesn't work, we'll go back to traditional methods." Math Club competes as a team against area high schools four times during the school year plus semi-final and final events. Mr. George Silagyi is the club's sponsor. Above: Hal Greenberger checks to see if the num- bers on his coding sheet match the computer card, Right: Math Club: Front Row: Beth Rice, Diane Dmitrovich, Mary Morrissey, Diane Bringman. Row 2: Diane Gardiner, Janet Dmitrovich, Chris Yosan Cpresj, Iohn O'Toole, Dave Tanner, Mike Dwyer. Row 3: Lori Surufka, Laura Zeszutek, Anna Suggs, Darlene Reitz, Rae Ann Radovich tvice pres.J. Row 4: Bruce Hall, Bill Smigel, Sigvard Johansson Ctreas.j, Mark Fullriede, Tom Bush, Hal Greenberger, Dave Midtlyng, Dave Johnson, john Black. Back Row: Mr. G. Silyagi fsponsorj, Gene Beiriger, Dan Zuzuly, Iohn Gorski, Mike Gorski, Joe Egan, Domenica Samargin, Pam Shipplett, Car- ol Tanner, Brenda Shipplett, Jeff Wagner. T'--V 4 gig? 1 'I 44 diytr an 69' tn.--.F -....,,-nl -..,.- Top Left: Bill Everts and Tom Galen give their minds a rest by using a calculator in Algebra II. Left: Mr. Coleman tutors Sue Predl in the art of Algebra. Above: Mr. Zabicki shows Mark Thom and Jeff Martin that computers are here to stay in the Mathematics Department. Center Left: Mr. Kocon challenges the students' minds with his lecture on parabolas in Algebra ll. 37 nw-qnvaoqmm 2 Above: Mike Lewis, Carol Sullivan, and Eugene Dunham study the properties of electricity with a Wimshurst generator. JG' J 5 Above: Vicki Kokolowski, Vicki Kalinowski, and Dan Lussier disect a frog for a better understanding of anatomy. Above: Physics student John Cunningham uses graph paper and a slide rule to solve a tough equation. Nwnsar... Scientists born in D Building TR science classes open up a whole new world for students. These classes can serve to give them an everyday un- derstanding of the world around them or a basis for further study after graduation. The Science Department offers a wide variety of challenging classes for the student, from biology to chemistry to physics. Students may explore the pros and cons of the theory of evolution, per- form their own experiments, or study the intricate workings of the human body. One of this year's inovations is an advanced biology class for seniors where they may choose their own subject of study. Left: Eyes protected by goggles, Tom Dudzik and Michael Benson learn the effects of heat on a sub- stance in physical science. Below: Mr. Kollintzas points out molecular bonds in chemistry for Iudia Banks and Bob Kearney. ff". Secretaries groomed in Business TR's Business Department offers a wide variety of courses to the student interested in making a career in some area of the business world. Classes such as Intro Business, Typ- ing I, Shorthand I, Notehand, and Per- sonal Typing provide the student with some basic skills which he may acquire for his own personal use or may improve upon for a career. More advanced classes such as Busi- ness Machines and Card Punch, Typing ll, Shorthand II, Accounting, Bookkeep- ing, Marketing, and Data Processing help the student polish up his basic skills or acquire knowledge in specialized fields of business. 1 - .x ',,,..-nov" -s .. ,fsfnggx 'T w t Q ii if --.- . M2 n tg J hm ' T Q " we 17' 'Qc- Preceding Page: Top: Typing and taking dictation are both important office skills. Maureen O'Malley learns to do both as she types out some recorded dictation, Bottom: Ieanne Grunhard learns the meaning of every shorthand teachers favorite proverb, "Prac- tice makes perfectff Above Left: Despite modern electronics, there is still a place for the adding machine in business, as Sue George learns. Left: The computer has become an indispensable business tool. In Business Data Processing, Linda Nagelvoort punches up a program to be run on the school Computer. Above: Mrs. Thornton explains to Peggy Kelly some minor maintenance procedures to keep her adding machine working, ., ,5 rw: G w ,,,:, , V L. ,f mmwfgx 52 2 "' 3f5'ffUjA Ufff J N fffff f gffilgrff! 'fffv 'W Q , M Z 3 J JI, I. jffkxw . 'PX I ?, fflfffj M l f , a ',,,,'f C Mwww' Q ein r 1 TWV' 1 fm V, 3 ,:h'W H1223-igiilf 'iffef 'J 'Q 1 .. ,.. .2 .4 L. ' - wx rf' ,i wfwif E 1 ' W . f ,-B, Exif Z ,, .,, r 'MM Left: Brad Baughman and Penny Berg piece togeth- er a simulated culture in Cultural Anthropology. Below: Dr. Lambert takes a few minutes out from class lecture to explain a few minor points to Mary Kay Iuszczyk and Diane Gibson. Students probe past, discuss present in Soc. Studies TR's Social Studies Department offers a wide variety of classes to students. For students interested in government and law, there is a course in American Law. To students who want to learn more about human behavior, Psycholo- gy offers the chance. Physical Anthro- pology and its companion course, Cul- tural Anthropology, show students how man evolved both physically and cultur- ally, with the help of many field trips and a simulated archeological dig. Some of the other classes are Sociology, Urban Age Geography, and Human Relations. All of these are, of course, advanced classes. For the freshman there is Introducto- ry Social Studies. This class gives fresh- men a survey of the Social Studies De- partment. In this way students can learn which, if any, of the more advanced classes they might want to take. Below: Diane Dwelis works on her high bar routine Right: Weightlifting gives john Wigulski the for gymnastics chance to build up his arm muscles. Physical ed. injects fitness, fun into student's day TR's physical education department offers a variety of classes. Students may prefer swimming, flip over gymnastics, or just enjoy a good game of basketball. While freshman and sophomore classes are fairly rigid, juniors and seniors have their choice of classes from wrestling to co-ed tennis. Sophomore gym classes have been eliminated this year. Sopho- mores now are required to take one se- mester of health and one semester of drivers education. Besides being fun, gym classes help TR students keep physically fit and healthy with the hope that these habits will last all their lives. Right: Steve Anderson does his best to block Mike Newell's shot in a basketball game. 'ir K ,,,23V'T2s1:w Q , f f fs- . 4Qi9wiw? W K we M M, ,six Left: Mark Ackerman works on his spike for vol- leyball. Volleyball is one of the gym courses offered coeduc ation ally . Below: Miss House instructs the girls in the fine art of swimming. I Above: TR guys warm up for another day of phys- cal education. 46 ine ln 0rgan1zat1ons Practicing for a performance in Las- sies, Pom Pons, Choir, or Band, selling candy for Girls Club, making Homecom- ing decorations in Highlanders, learning lines for a play in Theatre, rushing to meet a deadline in Piper or Bagpipe, hanging a banner in Pep Club, matching a routine to music in Twirlers, selling Mums for FTA, collecting toys for hos- pitalized children in Boys Club, or ar- ranging a talent show in PUBS - meet- ing new people, making new friends, and working together is what comes from being a part of any organization in TR's World of Sunshine. tx Top: Swinging into formation are Lassie Pipers, Laura Mulder, Denise Dwyer, Jane Santefort, Di- ane Whiting, Diane Specius and Pat Piescinski. Above: Lassie Officers: Front Row: Peggy Vander- myde lco-capt.J, Nancy Murphy lcaptj, Debbie Rothbard fco-captj. Back Row: Karen VanKat fdrummer capt.j, joan Anderson lsec.-treasj, Den- ise Dwyer Wiper capt.D Right: A pair of Lassies frame Pat Severson and her partner. WILDCAYS Dancing excels with Lassie pride Although the Lassies have been a tra- dition for years, they have not remained the sarne. Their outfits have evolved from the blackwatch plaid knee length skirts of 1963 to the red plaid six inches above the knee skirts of today. Now three cuts and many perform- ances later, of the 300 girls who tried out, only 64, the largest number ever, remain. Lassies help promote school spirit as well as entertain by performing at half time. The Lassies were led this year by Captain Nancy Murphy and Co-captain Debbie Rothbard. Middle Left:During the traditional Lassies-Laddie performance Tim Baughman and Cindy Brand dance thenshoddishf' Middle Right: Lassie Band: Front Row: Laura Mulder, Cheryl Cox, Sue Dwyer, Diane Whiting, Back Row: Avis McKinney, Pat Piescinski, Ian Pawlowski, Denise Dwyer tcaptj, Karen VanKat tcaptj, Linda Gammie, Diane Specius, lane Sante- fort, Laura Voss, Not Pictured: Donna Lockett. Above: Lassies: Front Row: Ian Evans, Cindy Iackson, Cindy Reichert, Renee Pusateri, Beth Ecka strom, Linda Holland, Leona Robinson, Shelley Stratton, Kim Major, Row 2: Lee Ann Wrzesien, Laura Baeza, Laura Mulder, Sue Kornafel, Diane Whiting, Nancy Murphy, Debbie Rothbard, Peggy VanderMyde, Nancy Gyger, Michelle Maluga, Raynette Herring, Arletha Cherry, Row 3: Denise Dwyer, lane Santefort, Lore Ulaszek, Sharon Mar- sala, ,lean Connelly, Cheryl Cox, Sue Dwyer, jean Teach, Judy Merritt, Sheri Eierman, Mary Costello, Paula Wilck, june Merritt, Tami Daldeganp Row 4: Liz Hall, Rita Coburn, Marianne Camerano, Cindy Brand, Barb Tanis, Beth Traylor, Laura Voss, Laura Zeszutek, Lynn Onak, Yolanda Thompson, Debbie Kortum, Annette Koch, Laura Lewis, Back Row: Laurel Miedema, Barb Pavlik, Pat Piescinski, Avis McKinney, Karen VanKat, Linda Gammie, Ian Pawlowski, Diane Specius, Valerie Parham, Ioan Anderson, Cathy Minota, Sue Booth, Carol Par- ham, Not Pictured: Donna Lockett, Sally Lynn, Pat Severson. Top Left: The gym thunders to the drums of Avis McKinney, Laura Voss, Karen VanKat, Ian Paw- lowski, and Linda Gammie as they play at half- time. Golden-throated choirs lead TR in song The Christmas Concert and the Spring Festival are only two of the many per- formances in which TR choir members participate. These two presentations fea- ture all Z5O choir members, but each in- dividual choir participates in many festi- vals and clinics throughout the year. Girls Glee Club travelled to the Uni- versity of Illinois for a concert. Sopho- more Choir participated in a series of exchange concerts with several schools. Freshman Choir performed at the Dis- trict bi-annual vocal festival. Chorale journeyed to warm New Orleans for their annual Spring tour. All the hard work and practice put in by every choir member was rewarded by the enjoyment his music brought to many. Top Right: Girls Glee Club sang a variety of songs at the Christmas concert. Above: Girls Glee Club: Front Row: Lynn Mueller, Kathy Weber, Nancy Richmond, lean Patericlc, LaDonna Baker, Pam Condon, Corbratta Ratcliff, Miss Karen Kennicutvfdirectorlp Row 2: loan Salt- sider, Linda Walter, Theresa Gawrych, Ioan Broder ick, Paula DelMedico, Denise l-lock, Judy Fuller, Darlene Roberson, Freda Long, Bonnie Gibson, Back Row: Sue Postema, Lynn Kraus, Kim Pugh, Susie Childress, lan Pawlowslci, Maureen O'- Malley, Denise Dwyer, Audrey King, Linda Robin- son, lean Knox, Diane Knispel, 'nv-in . Left: Singing their way into the hearts of millions is the Sophomore Choir at the annual Christmas con- cert. Above: Music Department chairman and Chorale director, Mr. Runestad, leads his choir students, Top: Members of the Chorale practice a new song with the guidance of their director, Mr. Runestad. Sophomore Girls, Freshmen thrive on music Freshman Choir: Front Row: Laura Smaga, Judy Paterick, Karen Bernas, Margaret Tucker, John Glowa, Victor Hill, Clint Reed, Scott Irwin, Star- netta Robinson, Brenda Coleman, Debra Wiley, Donna Postema, Lisa McNair, Sherry Sells, Robin King, Loretta Rollins, Miss Kennicutt, Row 2: Sandy Gavlich, Rachea Hill, Angela Kegler, Anna Suggs, Steven Gawel, Robert Dvorak, Michael Girls Chorus: Front Row: Miss Kennicutt, Mary Capriglione, Mary Eby, Debbie Allan, Dorothy Toppins, Vickie Neal, Row 2: Kathy Freserickson, Barb Ravesloot, Nancy Patterson, Felicia Burton, Martha Harbin, Sandy Wimberly, Back Row: Sher- rie Osborne, Cathy McCanna, Martha Floyd, Laura Szorc, Pat Bloom, Ava Orr Wendell, Michael Clark, Tammy Horner, Julie Bloom, Lourdes Mancha, Meryl Morris, Diane George, Peggy Gilbert, Chris Holleman, Patti Kali- nowski, Row 3: Roberta Cassidy, Alicia Murphy, Debra Freeman, Janet Smith, Ernest Thomas, Mar- vin Anderson, Rich Paterick, Tanvia Williams, Angela Mosley, Laura Ahlstedt, Sheila Young, Jan- ie Fuller, Kathy White, Laura DeYoung, Judy Sto- jak, Back Row: Pam Johnson, Laura Hagler, Jane Lynch, Tochaisky Jenkins, Ken Carraway, Bob Lawson, Dan Knispel, Don Norman, Elise Hood, Mary Jo Moore, Phaon Morris, Tanya Rogers, Ste- phanie Alexander, Kathy O'Malley, Karen Ellison, Charon Christenson. Chorale, SophomoreChoir music fills A Building Chorale: Front Row: Renee Pusateri, Michele Mul- lins, Lynn Grober, Maryellen Meneghin, Margaret VanderMyde, Paula Storey, Linda Junge, Laurel Miedema, Janet Gulliver, Nancy Bobrowicz, Mr. Lamar Runestad, Director, Jocelyn Rials, Sharon Fahey, Jane Santefort, Kim Hoekstra, Cathy Siwin- ski, Cynthia Brija, Laura Mulder, Michelle Maluga, Cindy Sutherland, Connie Hall, Row 2: Janis Knuth, Kim Johnson, Karen Livengood, Sharon Nelson, Laura Earle, Debbie Childress, Sandy Fleming, Cheryl Cox, Lisa De Young, Lori Lacher, Charlene Samuelson, Cassandra Morris, Julie Cro- teau, Bernadette Wright, Michelle McHaney, Dwan Picha, Darlene Reitz, Betty Sikora, Sandra Wilson, Diane Gardiner, Viola Butler, Esther Garza, Row 3: Joseph Keefner, Mark Smaga, Bernie Hogancamp, Mark Zajac, Peter Cieply, Dale Norman, Jay Ben- son, Gary Baranowski, Dan Fleischman, Larry Anderson, Richard Unterberg, Norman Monegan, Carol Parham, Mark Fullriede, Bob Wilson, Mi- chael Wray, Back Row: Ben Keever, Jim Craig, Tony Suggs, Mike Schultz, Glen Madsen, Jim Hol- lahan, Paul Meiller, Dennis Jones, Ramon Davis, George King, Matt Piescinski, Tim Brown, Tom Ford, Jack Gagliano, Darryl Waller, Tom Lawson, Howard Ellison E I I ...- ... 'M A ... l iii J Sophomore Choir: Front Row: Karen Gay, Sandy Czeiniejewski, Cathy Croteau, Jeanette Carlson, Brenda Jackson, Donna Barnes, Stacy Cantrell, Meredith Wise, Beth Rice, Candy Coleman, Vicki Siwinski, Rita Stewart, Row 2: Lorene Santilli, Sheri Eierman, Sharon Nowicki, Dawn Holmes, ertson, David Voll, Jerrold Johnson, Steven Rob- Lynn Watkins, Sage Randell, Charlene Ball, Irene erts, Dale Taylor, Terry Bowen, Chris BIHHCJOH, Hall, Tina Dorozynsky, Mary Pachuta, Noreen 5t3nt0l'1 KJPPETS, Debra Schild Leahy, Tammy Laney Back Row: Michael Maluga, George Wilk, Mark Vaul, David King, Lorene Rob- Top: Madrigals: Front Row: Joe Keefner, Renee Pusateri, Rich Unterberg, Michelle Malgua, Robert Wilson, Laura Mulderg Back Row: Glen Madsen, Peggy VanderMyde, Darlene Reitz, Dennis Iones, julie Croteau, Jay Benson, Pat Severson, Matt Pies- cinski, Betty Sikora, Larry Anderson. Above: Like all Madrigals, Darlene Reitz and Laura Mulder sing as members of Chorale also. Right: Before any performance there is plenty of practice. Rich Unterberg and organist Mr. Bill DeYoung work together before the Christmas Concert. Madrigals, Symphonic Band represent top music groups Every musician or singer in A Building yearns to become a member of the Sym- phonic Band or Madrigals. Members are selected through auditions in the fall each year and are soon after greeted with the traditionally hectic Christmas schedule. This past year the Madrigals sang Christmas carols on over 20 different occasions. The beneficiaries of these per- formances were area nursing homes, church groups and PTA's. The rest of the year was not nearly as strenuous, and the Madrigals, who work without any direction from Choir Direc- tor Mr. Runestad, had time to relax and enjoy the smiles of their audiences. Symphonic Band also performed fre- quently during the Christmas season. Promoting both Thornridge and the TR Music Department, they made a tour of area grade schools. Members fo this band use their free time for rehearsals in preparation for their concerts and other performances. Symphonic Band played at all home football games, where they were joined by the Varstiy Band, and also branched out this year by participating in this year's Homecoming Decorations Contest. Top Left: Chris Newborn blends is saxaphone into the melodius magic of "Cweodessey." Center: The Symphonic Band was joined by the Varsity Band at all home football games. Above: Symphonic Band: Front Row: Robyn Bar- clay, Martin Grant, Laura De Young, julie Koval, Lisa De Young, Karen Collins, Connie Zarris, Ian Spoolstra, Anne Vreeman, Row 2: Janie Fuller Lorraine McGill, Elizabeth Cima, Yolanda Thomp- son, Linda Valiunas, Carol Davis, Peter Chrom- czak, Laura Kostro, Dave Tanner, Bob Moline, Mike Dzugan, Dave Midtlyng, Tim Polk, Paul Zar- ris, Todd Skalski, David Bunch, Pete Mori, Bruce Burton, Carla Thompson, Row 3: Anthony Halley, Cindy Sutherland, Carol Tanner, Linda Zarris, Mark Baker, George Hernandez, Steve Ausaukas, Mark Rudofski, Bruce Hall, jim Sanders, Loren Robertson, Chris Newborn, William Lang, Bob Calvin, Alan De Young, Steve Anderson, Not Pic- tured: Mike Troncozo, Richard Caroli, Ian Hommemma. Musicians bloom in TR Bands Responsibility earns freedom in TR's bands. Any band member can suggest music to director Mr. Wasik. Also, the student band board, composed of repre- sentatives Lorain McGill, Janet Hom- memma, Cindy Sutherland and officers Julie Koval tsecj, Martin Grant ttreasj, Connie Zarris Cv. pres. J, and Steve An- derson tpresj, plan fund-raising projects and activities. Responsibilities include raising mon- ey through car washes, tag days and bake sales, which support band field trips. Beginning, Junior-Varsity, Varsity and Symphonic Bands performed at a number of concerts including "Bold and Brassyn and "Geodessey." Right: Martin Grant keeps his eyes on the music as he plays the clarinet. Below: Varsity Band: Front Row: Bob Dvorak, Mark Rybarczk, Marla Putnam, Judy Rusdorf, Carol Clark, Ruth Crane, Deanna Rickert, Marilyn Washington, Row 2: Iohn Siniawski, Nick Lauer- man, Iohn Fry, Marshall Currin, Douglas Postma, Estelle Carbajal, jeff Proffitt, Paul Zarris, Gary Dzugan, Rodger Tanner, Ken Zdzinicki, Row 3: Greg Stern, Ervin Hughes, Mike Rousseau, Linda Thompson, Dwayne Sigler, Dan Hines, Richard Grant, Charles Goeringer, Not Pictured: Ron An- derson, Mark Mossell, Mario Ochoa, Tyrone Tri- muel, Ron Wells, Linda Wertzbaugher, Ted White, Travis Williams, Renee Snitowsky. I! fi xi as it S gi 5 , lm,,.:x 4 : as Left: Long hours of practice pay off for Steven Anderson as he plays a trombone solo during a band concert. Top: Todd Skalski wields his trumpet with skill during the band concert "Ceodesse'y." At right is fellow trumpet player, Mario Ochoa. Above: Beginning Band: Front Row: Leon Roberts, Tony Saunders, Chris McCottrell, Angie Terrell, Shirley Moore, Debra Wiley, Marquetta Smith, Senea Harrison, Karen Macander, jackie Ondreka, Row 2: Iames McFarland, james Mitchell, Gregory Bey, Iames Lynch, Bill Cuetschow, Russell Bates, Kurt Brill, David Kelley, Don Barnes, Ralph Moore, Sherman Brown, Alford Boyd, David Southall, Row 3: Steven Rousseau, john Cun- ningham, George Rebus, Rodney Best, Andrew Iones, Tyrone Iordan, Bob C-rabinski, Ramon Dav- is. Pom Pons change Hard work and a lot of practice are what it takes to make the performances of TR's Pom Pon squad run smoothly. Although the majority of new routines are devised by the officers, this year's squad presented two novelty perform- ances, one of which was the square dance that the Pom Pons presented at the size and repertoire Homecoming assembly, in which the girls chose guys to partner them. The '75 squad featured 39 girls includ- ing eight seniors and was sponsored by Mrs. Sabre Fette. The girls had eight per- formances, including two combined per- formances with Lassies, Cheerleaders and Twirlers. i i ,,N,,,,,,.vf , -:gr . ' .-:,. -M ,I "jelq W -W . ki f. rt M ,Y 1. 1-a.,4--V ' f ,-, W. ' F if 155-5 ' 73,11 ' W ' I Above: Pom Pons: Front Row: Mary Skalski, Brenda Cox, Mary McCormick, Alice Kuilcen, la- Mary Ann Weinberger, Karen Reichel, Sharon cobs, Chris Yosen, Mary Ellen Meneghin, Row 2: Cathy Ioritz, Sandi Czerniejewski, Cathy Percows- ki, Pam Spale, Lorene Santilli, Paula Del Medico, Kathy Siadek, Bonnie Bittner, Debbie Cluclcp Row 3: Iudy Urban, Deborah Childress, Kim Pugh, jackie Chiappetta, Corrine White, Candy Coleman, . 2' t,,. . - 5 'Lg' Cynthia Brija, Sandy Pignatiello, Ianet Libby: Back Row: Cheryl Bagdal, Sue Stern, Rae Ann Radov- ich, Ieanine O'Connell, Judy Puller, Kathy Kaiser, Margaret Healy, Tamara Lane, Linda Fink, Not Pic- tured: Robyn Barclay, Iuanita Baugh, Carol Stead- man,Cathy Serocinski. Above Left: Pom Pon Officers: Kneeling: Mary Ann Weinberger, captain, Standing: Alice Kuiken, first co-captain, Mary McCormack, secretaryg x Karen Reichel, second co-captainp Not Pictured: Cathy Serocinslci, historian. Above Right: Corinne White tpicturedj and Cheryl Bagdal created a new routine set to the music of the "The Sting." This was a novelty performance in- volving half the squad dressed in outfits meant to lend variety to Pom Pon performances, --......,.m-M -- Top: Mary Ann Weinberger and Mary Mc- Cormick, perform during half-time at a Thorn- ridge-Thornton game, V Left: Carol Stedman, Judy Urban, and Cindy Brija wait in readiness to begin a performance. Above: Judy Urban enjoys the excitement that a Pom Pon performance brings. ,i,c,,,,,q-J SCDT blends old with new "Spirit Hour" was an hour of free time given to students as a reward for their participation in school activities and high overall school spirit. It was spon- sored by Student Council of Thornridge, as were countless other activities. SCOT brought into TR a junior-senior trip to Hawaii and livened up the Christ- mas pep assembly with the "reindeer" skit. Halloween was celebrated with a dress-up day. While innovation was the keyword for this year's student council, President Mike Wray and company did not neglect the SCOT traditions - the Christmas baskets and SCOT Day were every bit as successful as in years past. is Top: SCOT Officers: Carol Gilbert trecording sec.J, Bob Warner 12nd v. pres.j, Mike Wray lpresjl, Hollie Nelson ttreasj, Ken Zartler tlst v. pres.J, Debbie Wiltjer tcorres pnncling sec.J ' 'tmf Above: Karen Nelson, Bob Warner and Debbie Wiltjer organize upcoming SCOT Day activities. Right: A crowd gathers in the gym to watch bands perform during the SCOT sponsored Spirit Hour. Left: SCOT officers brought Santa Claus from the North Pole to be at TRXS Christmas assembly. Looking on is Hollie Nelson, SCOT treasurer. Below: "Farmer" Karen Nelson came to science class prepared for SCOT's Halloween Dress-Up Day. Bottom: SCOT Senate: Front Row: Marion Riedle, julie Fiumara, Bob Kumaki, Susie Childressg Back Row: Karen Nelson, lean Connelly, Chris Yosan, Brian Pasquiewiz. rsh E W? ., W f mx'-14" 95" abs. 'NJ 'CQJ' Q ,f 64. -K7 l' 49" W 'i Q-'fi' - M .,,,, K ,W ., .L W7 , --H Below: Kim Majors tries her hand at dribbling, to the astonishment of the men -any-Lasagna 4-M' NK 'K Above Right: Dads challenge their girls in a vigor- against their dad for 3 game Of Pin8'P0nS- ous game of volleyball. Right: Mothers indulge in a scrumptious meal Above: Stephanie and Paula Dwyer team up Served at the Mother-Daughter Banquet- 'E I Left: An evening of enjoyment is shared by genera- tions at the Mother Daughter Banquet. Below: May Queen Court members: Gail Rossi, Sandy Moore, Rita Bronson, lean Teach, Betty Sikora, Liz Hall, Alice Kuiken, Nancy Sertich, Nancy Lengel, Sue Binder, Pat Darling, Maid of Honor Denise Dwyer, Queen Arletha Cherry. niiiifiili , 1 I - W ' -H... ,,,, ....-. mu-N-, Girls honor mothers and fathers The Girls Club sponsored several ex- citing events during the school year. Two major events of the Girls Club are Mother-Daughter Banquet and Dad- Daughter Play-nite. This happens an- nually as Girls Club sets aside time to honor their parents with a date. "Forever a Part of Me," 1974 Mother- Daughter Banquet, was held May 11. The climax of the evening was the crowning of Arletha Cherry as Quen of May Queen Court and Denise Dwyer as Maid of Honor. Patty Gorski, Girls Club president, introduced the 1974-75 officers. Fathers and daughters joined for a night of fun and games at the annual Dad-Daughter Play-nite Nov. 2. The sounds of bouncing basketballs, volley- balls, and ping-pong balls filled F Build- ing, along with a sprinkling of laughter. The girls also treated their fathers to a swim in the pool or a game of cage ball. Less strenuous play included cards, checkers, and Scrabble. Top: Miss Karen Kennicutt enjoys a song by Re- gina Mancha at the Girls Club Faculty Tea. Each year the tea signals the beginning of Christmas vacation. Above: Yvonne Caldana, Kim Ianczak and Mich- elle Janczak display their first place ribbons in the Doll House Show. Right: Girls Club Officers: Front Row: Natalie Wojciechowski iv. pres.l, Susie Childress Cpres.jg Top Row: Ioan Stojack Qtreasj, Karen Reichel fservice chairmanj, Gail Rossi fcorresponding sec.j, Rita Bronson lhistj, Karen Sadjak Irecording sec.l, Mrs. Arlene Filippi fadviserj. Girls Club efforts help make 'City,' activities big success Nervous girls invited guys to the Girls Club Turnabout Dance March 16, 1974. Through the efforts of Girls Club mem- bers, a city skyline emerged from stark. gym walls. Couples danced to the music of Daze and Knights in the "City of Enchantment." Ian Belmont entertained the audience with a modern dance routine. Mistress and Master of Ceremonies, Debbie Childress and Bob Flynn, intro- duced court members Larry Steele, Steve Wilburn, Dan Curatolo and Dennis Sims. The dancing came to an end soon after Rocky Hill was proclaimed Mayor ifli of the "City of Enchantment." Besides their annual dance, Girls Club sponsors many activities and community projects. The Big-Little Sister Tea, candy sale, Dad-Daughter Playnite and Moth- er-Daughter Banquet are the major activ- ities in which its members participate with enthusiasm, entertainment, and most often -just plain hard work. During the Christmas season Girls Club also sponsors a doll house show and makes stuffed animals for children in area hospitals.The club's sponsor is Mrs. Arlene Filippi. .Q QR .-:. F 93' sa? 'G 3 Above: julie Kruse and Bob Moerbeck enjoy a break from the dancing. Above Left: Meggie Heald and Steve Wilburn ap- pear in a romantic mood at the Girls Club Dance. Left: An evening in the "City of Enchantment" brought smiles to the faces of Cindy Sisco and Gary Barber. :fun-an 4 ff ft J Q. Qi A H52 15 , ii Above Left: Mr. Lazaroff joins Dan Albert in the clean-up brigade early Sunday morning following "l-larvesters' Ballff Above Right: As Fling chairmen, Peggy Vander- Mycle and Tom Bush make sure Highlanders are at their posts. Right: Highlander Officers: Dan Fleischman lv. chairmanj, Ioan Anderson fhist.J, john Addleman lchairmanl, Dave Midtlyng itreasj, Darlene Reitz lsecj. L .. L .rf eg ts NU." t fi X ia alle r ! 15 if it 2 5 4 N 'T im . L Top Right: Highlander Tom Ford works to bring a little "Countrysidef' to' the main gym for the Homecoming weekend. He worked with other se- nior Highlander guys to erect the fake ceiling. Above: Dave Midtlyng and Ioan Anderson total up the proceeds after a Fling. Q ff 4, 5- if 5 5 s I ill ' ffl. sfcr i It Homecoming weekend - just one of Highlander triumphs Come autumn, the '5COT-Highlan- der office buzzes with activity. High- landers meet early during the summer months to plan the Homecoming week- end from start to finish. Besides Home- coming, TR's dance committee spon- sors ten Flings and a SCOT-Highlan- der Banquet. Under the guidance of Mirs. A. Sumpter, 144 Highlanders have made a success of these activities which provide SCOT with its financial support. Although members are selected on the basis of teacher recommendations, one is not considered a Highlander un- til he has displayed an eagerness to work hard and accept responsibility. Area youngsters are "guarded" on Saturdays On Saturday mornings while most students are still in bed, guard members are teaching area grade school children the basic fundamentals of swimming. Led by head girl guard Denise Dwyer and head boy guard Tom Bush, these guards teach 2 sessions of lessons from 10 to 11 and 11 to 12. Above: Joe Madigan instructs a "school" of bud ding young swimmers. Above Right: Gaining his student's confidence and helping him through the wter is Mike Garza s job as a guard. Right: Cindy Stocklose instructs a swim school student on the correct way to move her arms. a l elf'l 111 5 . ' 3 st O I U C K millet Top: Timing for a Falcon meet is the job of timers Above: Head girl guard, Denise Dwyer, shows Laura Voss, Sue Dwyer, Diane Gardiner, Ioy Jer- these students the fundamentals of swimming as gens, and Rose Eby. Ioy Iergens looks on. .505 81, Start, stop. Watching clock part of timers Establishing the winning time by a fraction of a second is one of the jobs of Timers Club. Led by President Denise Dwyer, the girls time every Falcon home meet. This year, however, for the league meet, the Timers were replaced by the electronic age. Touch plates will be used for more accurate times. To become a Timer one must be able to read a stopwatch and be willing to put in hours of work. an Top: Glen Madsen lives up to his rough 'n tough image as Rackham, the fastest gun in the west. Above: Sneaky Fitch tDan Forrest, engages in one of his favorite pastimes - gambling. Right: Doc Burch tMark Zajacl, Mervyn Vale fRich Unterbergl and Rackham tGlenn Maclsenj intently listen to the preaching of Reverend Stanley Black- wood tRich Wredel in front of the Gopher Gulch Bank. B fx N K Any Number Can Die captures first in state contest The cast of "Any Number Can Die" read to a first place in state competition April 4. "The Death and Life of Sneaky Pitch," the contest play, advanced to sec- tionals after placing third in district competition. The contest play, "The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch" was a farcical western involving the death and resurrection of the town drunk. "Any Number Can Die," this year's Reader's Theatre pro- duction, was a thirty minute mystery play set in the 193O's. The show dealt with seven people who assembled to hear the reading of a deceased millionaire's will. Pour of the cast members - Cynthia Wrede, Mark Zajac, Dan Forrest and Matt Piescinski received all-district awards for their outstanding acting abili- ty. Left: Although Rich Wrede is reading, he has prob- ably memorized his parts through constant prac- tice. Below: Reader's Theatre cast: Front Row: Mary Nighswonger, Dan Albert, Ann Croberg Back Row: Rich Wrede, julie Croteau, Kathy Mc- Keough, Matt Piescinski, Annette Koch, Laura Kostro, Glen Madsen. as mam? 'Mug M5396 Q 0 , I . D 1 f Q it f , f M K 5 I 1 . u - :VV l W'- li: I K i aw -v af Z .,,4 4, 9 lir. if Debaters attack their topics verbally To become a debater, a student begins early in the year to school himself in con- centration and to accumulate those facts which will enable him to obtain a com- plete knowledge of the subject which he plans to debate. Both novice and varstiy debaters are coached by Miss Pamela Schultz. Being a debater means many hours spent in the library researching a topic and many long hours of practice. This year's debate topic was Resolved: That the United States should significantly change the method of selecting Preisden- tial and Vice Presidential candidates. Debate: Front Row: Mike Lewis, Don Grochocin- ski, Andy Morrison, Mary Sullivan, Greg Mitchell, Mary Prisby, Lynn Bristol, Steve Roberts, Row 2: Carol Ramey, Jodi Corbett, Iulie Kloep, Paul Sei- dler, Greg Palagi, Janet Fransen, Dan Gaines, Carol Quirke, Linda Duffy, Row 3: Miss Schultz, Mark Goodfriend, Paul Pike, Mary Pachuta, Ari Rosen- thal, Tamara Lane, Iohn Holland, Jane Lynch, Glenn Albanese, Helane Davis. Above Right: Before the rhetoric, varsity debater Rich Caroli spends hours quietly researching his subject. Right: Andy Morrison drives his point across dur- ing a practice session. ,mm Muni ir' Wx. x yi H 3 JD N 'Wm E2 . . "1..- sttt i i iess " mueabt lf' Thes pians, Theatre Guild enable students to get into the act Participation behind the scenes of two plays allows any student the privilege of becoming a member of Theatre Guild. Theatre Guild members are devoted to the technicalties of play production - things like lighting, settings, make-up, Membership in the National Thespian Society is achieved by earning 10 points through working on plays in Theatre Guild. Thespians is a national honor organization which was founded for the purpose of promoting theatre arts in all costumes, and props. schools . Above: Thespians: Front Row: Karen Livengood, Ianet Lew, Nancy Gyger, Terry Orellana, Ann Grober, tsecjg Annette Koch, tpreslg Rich Wrede, tpreslg Kathy McKeough, lscribejg Renee Pusateri, Ellen McNaughton, Sue Cosman, Sandy Flemingp Row 2: Debbie Bittner, Paula Storey, Laura Law- son, Sue Seaquist, Diane Dmitrovich, Diane Bring- man, Margaret VanderMyde, Mary Costello, Shelly Wilkinson, Sue George, Iulie Croteaug Row 3: Glen Madsen, Dan Albert, Glenn Townson, Donna Ko- liboski, Lynn Kraus, Lori Surufka, Renee Rakow, Cynthia Wrede, Dennis Stella, Torn Friedman, Dan Forrest, Back Row: Mr. Tim Sweeney, Matt Pies- cinski, john Black, Dale Norman, Mark Zajac, Rich Unterberg, Ian Pawlowski, Peter Cieply, David johnson, Mike Lau, Gary Baranowski. Top Left: Mike Long and Nick Zerebny work the lights for "Lovers and Other Strangers." Center: Theatre Guild: Front Row: janet Lew, El- len McNaughton, Laurie Srnaga, Terry Orellana, Diane Bringman, tsec.-treas.l, Dan Forrest, tv. pres.J, Sue Cosman, tpres.j, Renee Pusateri, Robin Rogers, Nancy Gyger, Cathy Gorski, Row 2: Ann Grober, Sandy Fleming, Laura Kostro, Chris Zereb- ny, Donna Bullar, janet Halmstedt, Glenn Town- son, Cindy Gasior, Debbie Childress, Sara Grober, Maryellen Meneghin, Melody Mayerchik, Row 3: Mike Long, Margaret VanderMyde, Karen Szama- towicz, Shelley Wilkinson, Susan Seaquist, Diane Dmitrovich, Jeannette Carlson, Karen Livengood, Mary Costello, Sue George, Laura Zeszutek, Nick Zerebny, Darryl Onak, Row 4: Donna Koliboski, Debbie Bittner, Renee Rakow, Lori Surufka, Cathy Croteau, Laura Lawson, Howard Lew, Katherine Nix, Paula Storey, julie Croteau, Lynn Kraus, An- nette Koch, Kathy MCKeough, Cynthia Wrede, Back Row: Dan Albert, Denny Stella, Tom Fried- man, Glen Madsen, Rich Unterberg, Ian Pawlows- ki, Peter Cieply, Mark Zajac, Rich Wrede, David Iohnson, Dale Norman, Mike Lau, Gary Baranows- ki, Matt Piescinski. Students direct fall one-act plays "The High School," "His and Hers,'f and "The Ugly Duckling" were the three One-Act plays presented by the Thespi- ans at the '74 Pall Festival. All the plays were directed and performed solely by students. "The High School" was directed by Rich Wrede and starred Diane Bringman, Sue Brzozowski, Julie Croteau, Ruth Eby, Martha Floyd, Glen Madsen, Iohn Reilly, Sue Seaquist, Joe Voss and Laura Zeszutek. "His and Hers, " directed by Annette Koch, had an eight member cast includ- ing Debbie Bittner, Ann Grober, Nancy Gyger, Mary Nighswonger, Bob Potsier, jan Sypole, Margaret VanderMyde and Mark Zajac. "The Ugly Duckling" was directed by Kathy McKeough. Its eight member cast consisted of Debbie Childress, Dan For- rest, Laura Lawson, Janet Libby, lane Lynch, Ellen McNaughton, Terri Orel- lana and Glenn Townson. Right: Prince Simon 1Dan Porrestj and Princess Camelia tLaura Lawsonj simultaneously discover each other's true identity in "The Ugly Duckling." Above Right: A Iewish family, Ioe Voss, Iulie Cro- teau and Rich Wrede, star in "The High School," a drama about the oppression of the jews. Above: Mary Mistletoe CMary Nighswongerb ad- monishes john Mistletoe lMark Zajacj for his rude behavior in front of her mother in "His and Here," Left: Carl Floyd, Mettha Marsalis, Rich Wrede, Nancy Cyger, and Bonnie Skubisz portray the evil witches in "For the Love of Rarnpionf' Below Left: Dennis Stella and Paula Storey are frightened by the head witch, Rich Wrede. Below: Rapunzel and the prince are convincingly portrayed by Margaret VanderMyde and Terry Hard. Witches, princes charm children For the fourth consecutive year, Mrs. Sarah Sweeney's Theatre Arts class pre- sented the Children's Theatre for the benefit of students from 10 to 15 area grade schools. Rich Unterberg, a student ofthe class, wrote both the script and the music for the '74 selection, "For the Love of Rarnpionw CRapunzelj. All the produc- tion and crew work for the play was done by the students. Rich Unterberg and Margaret VanderMyde co-directed the play. The cast of "For the Love of Ram- pion" consisted of Debbie Bittner, Pam Condon, Kim Cosman, Carl Floyd, Cin- dy Gasior, Sue George, Karen Granda, Nancy Ctyger, Terry Hard, Rosanna ja- vier, Becky Kuyper, Mettha Marsalis, Ken Morgan, Rosie Salas, Bonnie Sku- bisz, Dennis Stella, Paula Storey, Ian Sypole, Mrgaret VanderMyde, janet Weinberger and Rich Wrede. .i Q' Ms... J. L. -1' . af' . . it Piper pictures a 1 i 35 'RT 45 a TR s school year Creating the '75 Piper is hard work, as any staff member will agree. The editor begins the initial creative process by inventing a theme, after which the photographers are assigned hundreds of pictures from which the staff must choose those that are the most interesting. Then comes the time-con- suming tasks of identifying, cropping, typing captions, writing copy, drawing layouts and completing a specified num- ber of pages in time to meet the deadlines. All in all, it is no easy task, but the reward comes in viewing the finished product, a yearbook that TR students will treasure for many years, lvl 1! 11 Top Right: Cindy Mullen and Ioe Egan man the typewriters. Above Right: Equipment is a large part of being a photographer, and Les Seagren seems to have an ample supply. Aboye: Piper: Front Row: Cindy Mullen, Nancy Ahlstedt, Corbratta Ratcliff, Rita Coburn, Row 2: Larry Synakiewicz, Kathy McDonald lassistant editorj, Mike D'Auben, Joe Egan teditorj, Les Sea- grenp Back Row: Don Foreman, Donna Nolan, Kyle McHaney, Penny Berg, Laura Lewis, Kris Coralkag Not pictured: Janet Doss, Mike Dwyer. Right: Kathy McDonald types up another of an endless succession of copy sheets, while Rita Cob- urn studies the master schedule. Q ,f uv . . i ., A, ,j,, 4 r Q . Bagpipe informs TR student body Walking beats, writing stories, draw- ing layouts, and doing paste-ups are a few of the many activities at which Bag- pipe staff members work to create TRfs weekly newspaper. Led by editor-in-chief Bruce Hall and managing editor Diane Whiting, the staff 'worked hard to bring TR students inter- esting, informative reading, despite the problem of weekly deadlines. Bagpipe's major change was a switch back to the traditional four-page layout from last year's eight-page magazine style paper. I 1165 azwftacw f .vm-fix. Q' XX f 2 X , 5 x f -Qx,?5 ini.. L.. Top Left: Larry Backstrom and Bagpipe photogra- pher Larry Synakiewicz twith cameraj examine some new photographs. Top Right: Editor Bruce Halls pen moves faster than the eye of the camera. Above: Front Row: Diane Whiting lmanaging edi- torj, Bruce Hall leditorj, Rich Wrede lbusiness managerjp Row 2: Karen Goldsmith, Laura Lewis, Bob Voss, Larry Synakiewicz, Larry Backstrom, Tony Hirschenberger, Bill Marshall, Kathy Lauren- cell, Iulie Fiumarag Back Row: Diane Tomky, Deb- bie Childress, joy Rossow, Patty Steffens, Sharon Pietras,1oy Iergens, Betty Sikora, Kris Goralka. Left: News editor Betty Sikora and sports editor Tony Hirschenberger lay out their respective pages while Sharon Pietras and Diane Whiting offer suggestions. Talisman publishes creativity For four of the last five years Talisman has received the All American award, the highest award any high school literary magazine can achieve through the Na- tional Scholastic Press Association. The staff's main task is to publish the Talisman by selecting the very best writ- ing submitted by TR students. Staff members consist of all Creative Writing II students plus top students from Crea- tive Writing I. However, many people with special interests contribute art and photography material. I I V i yy' Top: Editor of Talisman Mike Dwyer conducts a staff meeting with members Jan Coleridge, Sharon McDavid, Rita Coburn, Lynn Mueller, Virginia Tyrrell, and Dan Fleischman. Staff members and editors voice their opinions on Talisman contents. In the background LaVerne Crawford reads crea- tive writing material Talisman: Front Row: ivncneiie 1v1cI-Ianey, John Garrett, Scott Rose, Dan Fleischman, Kim O'Lone, Mr. Chet Chylinski, Kathy Werner, Laura Mulder. Sharon McDavid, Donna Koliboski, Judy Osslerp Row 2: Wayne Widmer, Stephen Leason, Jan Coler O if 1: Q . V V K i -1 .,y' j, ,,,, , ' .. L 'L iii? J I idge, Angela Mosley, Lynn Mueller, Lynette Onak, Mike Dwyer, Virginia Tyrrell, Kris Goralka, Diane Dmitrovich, Karen Granda, Debbie Vaulp Back Row: Olga Zdanovics, Rita Bronson, Sue Kornafel, Stephanie Dwyer, Diane Knispel, Nancy Lau, Judy Nehring. Not pictured: Les Seagren. eil S KH rc-.17 Q Sz S, NHS honor TR's leaders Members of Quill and Scroll, Thorn- ridge's honorary journalistic organiza- tion, are selected from Piper, Talisman and Bagpipe. Students are nominated by publication advisers on the basis of writ- ing skills and grade average. Outstanding students maintaining high grade averages are nominated to National Honor Society. Members then are selected on the basis of faculty rec- ommendations, leadership qualities, and participation in extra-curricular activities. Quill and Scroll: Front Row: Bruce Hall, Ioe Eagan, Back Row: Diane Whiting, Kathy McDonald, Kim O'Lone. National Honor Society: rront Row: Karen Val- ente, Cindy Casior, Laura Kostro, Sheri Nelson, Kris Goralka, janet Lew, Bruce Hall, Pauline Mysli- wiec, Vineata Smith, Row 2: Kathy McKeough, Don Comiskey, Lynette Onak, Shelley Wilkinson, Brenda Cox, Annette Koch, Cheryl Cox, Bill Smi- gel, Mike Dwyer, Row 3: Tom l3ord,Dan Buchan- an, Iulie Koval, Darlene Reitz, Karen Iarard, Ioan Anderson, Melanie Czech, Denise Dwyer, Ioe Egan, Back Row: Dave Midtlyng, Tony Hir- schenberger, jerry Becka, Dave Tanner, Matt Pies- cinski, Mike Gorski, Ieff Zapchenk, Tom Friedman. Students fly to foreign lands on wings of AFS This year, the American Field Service enabled two students to go abroad - Sheri Nelson to Sweden, Rich Wrede to Greece - as foreign exchange students. In addition, the club finds homes for any foreign exchange students coming to Thornridge. Sponsored by Miss Mary Ann Macan- der, this year AFS welcomed Sigvard Johannson to TR and presented him with a class ring, a yearbook, and a sub- scription to the Bagpipe. Among the club's many activities are the Pepsi and donut sale and the Lasagna dinner. X --Nw ."""sr-- New-I Above Right: TR's foreign exchange student, Sigv- ard Johansson, discussed his homeland with facul- ty members at the AFS Tea. Above: AFS: Front Row: Sherry Madsen, Sandy Podlasinski, Kim Gaskill tsec.J, Rich Wrede tpres.j, Susie Childress Cv. pres,J, Sigvard Johansson Kfor- eign exchange studentj, Sheri Nelson, Janet Lew, Roseanne Schrader, Ruth Eby, Row 2: Mary Eby, Elaine Malloy, Sue Steffens, Rose Eby, Connie Zar- ris, Carol Quirke, Kathy Davia, Julie Kloep, Shelley Wilkinson, Laurie Knox, Deanne Williams, Diane Gardiner, Row 3: Beverly Cox, Lori Surufka, Jean Knox, Cathy Croteau, Bev Kramer, Sharon Haney, Judy Knox, Mary Banasiak, Jane Lynch, Karen Nelson, Mark Fullriede, Back Row: Sue George, Joan Anderson, Laura Devlin, Darleen Reitz, Renee Rakow, Karen Zdzinicki, Laine Cappello, Kim Nel- son, Judy Anthonsen, Peter Cieply. Right: Sig watches as Ruth Eby serves a customer during the AFS Pepsi and donut sale in the cafeteria. bf' Twirlers glitter with glamour "Entertainment" is a key word in the vocabulary of members of any perform- ing group, and TR's Twirlers are no ex- ception. This year's six-member team devoted every Monday and Wednesday evening and period 5A each school day to practicing routines to entertain fans ,.,.fM"" s-.4 4....Z7-- during half-time of football and basket- ball games. Besides their half-time and pep assem- bly performances, the girls entered the National Baton Twirling Association competition, held on April 5. Twirlers: Left: Karen Lelek, Debra Blanke, Sandy Flemingp Above: Debbie Wiltjer, Gail Rossi, Nancy Sertich. Above Left: TR Twirler, Gail Rossi, shows deter- mination as she performs her routine at a Falcon basketball game. Top: Nancy Sertich puts on a smile for the pep as- sembly crowd. Right: Discussing a technical failure in a projector are Don McCoy and Ron Nemeth. Above: Don McCoy explains film splicing proce- dure to Dave Tanner. Below: AV: Front Row: Don McCoy, Darryl Wall- Kyle Mcl-laney, Willie Jackson, Mark Fullriede, er, Bob Kumakig Row 2: Linda McDowell, Dave Annie Munoz, Lynn Slusser, Don Foremanp Top Tanner, Bob Garaza, Justin Perkins, Mr. McCully, Row: Adrienne Massengill, Iames Rizzitiell, Iohn Adviser: Row 3: Chris Radick, Mike D'Auben, Cannon Dave Nukelich M, M msdsliiv ff AV, PST work toward technical know-how When classwork fails to hold your in- terest, you might like to trade places with Audio-Visual members free-wheel- ing equipment in TR's hallways. AV members deliver projectors and other equipment to classrooms. AV is not only a service organization but a technical club also. Members explore the mechan- ics of AV equipment through basic re- pairs and replacements. Camera enthusiasts find their niche in Photographic Society of Thornridge. Besides learning camera techniques, PST members took pictures of couples at Dad-Daughter Play Night. PST is spon- sored by Mr. Mueller. Left: Doug Postma and Ken Hutter intently watch Mr. Mueller repair Doug's camera. Below: PST: Front Row: Paul Schallmo, Larry Syn- akiewicz, Judy Fuller, Scott Rose, Iohn Siniawski, Sue Ritchie, Steve Weathers, Nick Lauerman, Doug Postma, Paul Silkowski, Back Row: Lee jones, Tim Brown, Dennis jones, Chris Radick, Mike Lewis, Ray Morehouse, Rick Grant, Mike D'Auben, Steve Leason, Jim Dittman. C2 Wi, , Guys enjoy hobbies as Coin, Chess Clubs meet Coin Club provides students with a means of exchanging ideas and knowl- edge about their favorite subject - coins. With hopes of improving their collec- tions, each member trades, evaluates and learns the origins of his coins. Chess Club meets regularly to prepare for matches against themselves and local high schools. Mr. Learch, advisor, was always available to settle disputes con- cerning game rules. Above Right: Chess Club: Front Row: Frank Rit- chie, John Cunningham, Mike Lewis, Mark Full- riede, Ron Carzotto, Tom Friedman: Row 2: Bill Zalewski, lon Nebor, Howard Lew, Peter Crom- czak, lim Dittman. Right: john Cunningham is far from proclaiming "Checkmate!" in a close match. Below Right: Coin Club: Row 1: ,lim Sovek, Rich Iuds, Mr. Prince, Adviser, Row 2: Dave Tanner, Larry Backstrom, Steve Morris, Kevin Mcl-lugh. FTA tutor, brighten homecoming FTA's main purpose is to help its members find out more about teaching before college. Doing actual teaching, grading papers, observing teaching methods, and obtaining classroom expe- rience, its members tutor in the various grammar schools in District 149. FTA's rnost important activity is Treasurama, an arts, crafts, and antique show and sale. Local individuals exhibit their goods, and the proceeds go toward a scholarship which is awarded each year to the senior who has done the most out- standing worlc and made the rnost effec- tive contribution to the club. l3TA's oth- er activities include the Balloon Blast and the Mum Sale, which take place during the Homecoming weekend. Left: FTA assisted confused parents of PSLTA Night. Here, Estelle Carbajal directs two parents to aclassroom. Above: Future Teachers of America: Front Row: Bonnie leanes, Debbie Vaul tpresj, Ieanine Cun- ningham ttreas.J, Sue Lamb tseclg Row 2: lulie Kloep, Vicki Siwinslci, Estelle Carbaial, Liu Zotti, Laurie Knox, Back Row: tlaine Malloy, Diane jones, Linda Latronico, Karen Jarard, Marianne Mangano, Maureen O'Malley, Cathy Ioritz. Above Left: Karen Iarard and Pat Postma exhibit an interest in a collection of watches at FTA's Treasurarna. Rejuvenated Boys Club creates controversy Stature and controversy have risen hand-in-hand with the Boys Club. For the first time in six years, the Buzz Book, a list of the addresses and phone num- bers of each student, was published. However, Boys Club discontinued selling the Buzz Book because of complaints from at least seven parents of students who wanted their names deleted from the book after it was published. During the '74-'75 Boys Club planned very well. Sponsor Mr. Pershing Broome commented, "We have pulled ourselves out of a one-hundred-dollar debt and into a position where we can afford to give a two-hundred-dollar scholarship." Boys Club has doubled its active membership to a total of 126. Members attend monthly meetings to plan their activities, and then relate the current events back to their homerooms. Along with this membership increase, the number of activities has also risen. Their many successful activities include the Boys Club Breakfast, Toys for Tots Drive at Christmas and record-breaking attendance at the battle of the bands - gym jam entitled "Midyear Extravagan- za. LAKELANU fx fx Sgr' Right: Derrick Jackson and Dennis Iones do the arithmetic as Pat McCanna and Matt Piescinski enjoy watching the proceeds from the March of Dimes drive add up. Above: A "battle of the bands" highlighted the "Mid Year Extravaganzafi held in mid-January. Top: Boys Club Officers: Front Row: Bob Warner 1sec.j, Dave Voll 12nd v. pres.j, MattwPiescinski Black tlst v. pres.j, Dennis jones Club Board: Back Row: john Kipp, 1pres.J, John Ctreasjg Boys Iayson Fraser, Mr. Pershing Broome tadviserl, Der- rick Iackson, Bob Gramm, George King, Paul Meiller, Doug Albert, Eric Douglas, Not Pictured: Bill Baughman, Matt Ploszaj, Roy Ray, Bob Voss. QBUMA' IIIWNY lflflillffl X 'it X A age, ' im hav Left: Before the Buzz Book was finally banned in late November, Boys Club officers Eric Douglas, Dave Voll, john Black, Matt Piescinski, Glen Mad- sen and Doug Albert spent long hours deleting unwanted names. Sponsor Mr. Pershing Broome watches the proceedings. ff, , R.. - "L Q if aaa' Above: President Matt Piescinski addresses home- room representatives at a monthly meeting to dis- cuss future activities. Left: Glen Madsen loads the toys collected in the "Toys for Totsf' drive. The toys were then distrib- uted to children at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey, Pep Club renews TR school spirit If you have ever walked down the hall in B Building and bumped into the huge poster directly in the path of the main office, it is most likely TR Pep Club put it there, Informing TR students of the most Right: As sponsor, Miss Bolek supervises Sylvia Aguilar and Kathy O'Malley ton the chairj hang the Pep Club banner over the attendence office window. Below: Pep Club: Front Row: Cathy Gorski, Diane Perkowski, Theresa Bochat, Tammey Horner, Dana De Luca, Lyn Lewanclowski, Mary Nagler 1treas.J, Lynn Mueller lpres.J, Joy Jergens tv, pres.J, Louise Mathews Lsec.j, Karen Green, Valerie Mur- phy, Sherry Madsen, Terri Heath, Sandi Gawlik, Julie Bloom: Row 2: Josie Healy, Linda Latronico, Lorraine McGill, Anna Suggs, Janie Fuller, Denise Onak, Kathleen O'Malley, Teri Thompson, Sylvia Aguilar, Karen Kuzemka, Sheila Young, Debbie current sports news and cheering team members on is the main job of Pep Club rnembers. In addition, Pep Club members sell three different kinds of buttons rep- resenting TR athletes, Armstrong, Debbie Lisek, Phaon Morris, Donna Underwood, Kelley Kristin, Row 3: Terry Hayes, Pat Bloom, Angela Mosley, Janet Smith, Carolyn Busch, Judy Stojak, Mary Banasiak, Bev Kramer, Maureen Duffy, Kathy I-lellmann, Dina Broze, Joan Broderick, Debbie Jarmusz, Kathy Laurencell, Nancy Boling, Linda Peel, Marge Elkins, Row 4: Judy Knox, Cindy Chapter, Jean Knox, Karen Nel- son, Pam Dalley, Laine Cappello, Kirsten Kross, Laura Cicero, Laura Slivka, Sheryl Straka, Anna Perruso, Judy Anthonsen, Linda Pick, Linda Earl, Helane Davis. Bottom: Amid confetti, Pep Club lets the opposi- tion know who we are. E5 liga- 5. W... in Above: During PUBS Spring Talent Show, Ricky Washington tbackj plays percussion as jimmy Miller and Rosevelt Whiteside distribute talent on the lead and bass guitar. Top: PUBS: Front Row: Mrs. Lee, sponsor, Deir- die Wiggins, Carin Cooper, Anthony Iordan, Arle- tha Cherry lsec.J, Avis McKinney ttreasjg Harry Trotter tpresjg Linda Cobbs lv, Pres.Jp Mona Lee tsec.j, Dale Taylor tsgt, at armsjg Phyllis Conners, Grayling Swan, Gloria Byers, Veronica Garrett, Row 2: Demetria Bennett, Denise Berry, Rhonda Cobbs, IoAnna Pughsy, Ernestine Proctor, Gloria Rayford, Yvonne Kippers, Anna Suggs, Karen Smith, Rachea Hill, Carol Parham, Maxine Foy, Alisandra Smith, Irene Hall, Row 3: Beverly An- derson, Iewerender Miller, Iacquelin Scott, Patricia Palmer, Rita Oliver, Ioseph Truehart, Lori Hagler, Karen Ambrose, Angela Mosley, Blanche Meyers, Gail Jackson, Voohrrie Scruggs, Iacki Gatlin, Bren- da Shelton, Janice Wilsong Back Row: Raynette Herring, Karan Griffin, Michael Fuller, Ioyce Aly- mas, Iames Griffin, Charlene Ball, Nancy Morris, Twyla Rice, Sandra Wilson, Darryl Waller, Audrey King, Parthenia Hall, Bernadette Wright, Tom Ford, Larry Anderson, Ioyce Wilson. PUBS activities signify progress through '75 Meetings everyday were necessary to accomplish the organization that went into planning Afro-American Club activ- ities such as the Annual Benefit Talent Show and the Annual Awards Banquet. ln addition their moneymaking projects included concessions, a taffy apple sale, and bake sales. Afro-American Club is better know as PUBS. Mrs. Gwendolyn Lee, PUBS sponsor, said that the meetings include "discussion about upcoming activities and also about the social and school problems affecting young adults." Philosophy, equality reign in SDP Society of Philosophy is for everyone. Freshman or senior - in this club all are equal. One result of this equality is that everyone in the club has an office. Rang- ing from simple "president" to "social secretary" to the "faculty adviser" these offices give each member a sense of im- portance. World history, current events, and even a recent opera are topics of dis- cussion for SOP. The club's sponsor is Mr. Kris Thomsen. Above Right: Ianet Lew, Dawn Albrecht, Andy Morrison and Diane Bringman discuss the merits of Mr. Kris Thomsen's harpischord as opposed to a conventional piano. Society of Philosophy: Front Row: Mr. Thomsen Cadviserj, Milton Pace lchairman of the boardj, Nancy Murphy, Robyn Barclay, julie Fiumara, Dorothy Toppins fcorresponding sec.j, Ianet Lew, Diane Bringman, Sheri Nelson, Dawn Albrecht, Joe Keefner, Row 2: janet Doss, Andy Morrison, Carol King, Liz Hall, Laura Hurtig, Cathy Biel, Susan Sindewald, Gloria Knuth, Ioan Anderson tv. presj Iohn Addleman fpresj, Cathy Minota 1treas.Jp Row 3: Marco Caldana, Mike D'Auben, Bob Mo line, Iayson Fraser, Rich Marciniak, Darlene Reitz Ed Heil, jerry Becka, Jack Gagliano, Al DeYoung john Black, Ramon Davis. T' ,.m , ga, rf. li -0 W! Pl -. i f W h.. Cf' Q a gtwgwlr: 'Q ,,-... -. Y r 5 Q. 1 ,Jkt . , " v .M . v Gi.',,...- Q' " , Q-M 173414, a "' -R Cm in ii' I . Ta ' ,. 3 ,. A s . , K I f- w . , N. M 'yum .Tx ". -11' --- aft T s - J i ' ...ow V - u 'Q v- N Q Q ' hp- ,v - S' 'A I '..'2E"1.zi.: 'Q' -. v--- .,,.. Girls invade Roadrunners "Run for fun" is the motto of the Roadrunners, no longer a club consisting of only male runners. Seven female Roadrunners joined the club with the purpose of getting in shape for girls track and field or other girls sports. The runners work out under any weather conditions through the winter months. Sponsored by Track Coach Robert Ni- cholson, the club met once a month to update mileage records and to plan fund- raising projects. Above: Roadrunners: Front Row: Bruce Hall, jim Galen, jeff Wagner, Row 2: Cathy Ioritz, Dawn Holmes, Teresa Guerrero, Judy Duncker, Kathy Wagner, Diane DiNicola, Brenda Erickson, Row 3: Mr, Robert Nicholson fcoachl, Iohn Sullivan, Mike Prizy, Carl Scheaflien, Tony Youga, jeff Hall, Jim Duncker, Tony Asauskas, Bob Everts, Kevin McHugh, Mr. Robert Theodore icoachjg Back Row: Mike Marshall, Dave Midtlyng, Ieff Zap- chenk 1treas.J, Joe Egan, Bill Marshall 1pres.j, jim Mulvenna, Tom Galen iv. pres.7. Left: Bill Baughman, Steve Asauskas, Jeff Zap- chenk, and Dave Micltlyng run in any kind of weather to keep in shape. Learners become workers - await business world ln recent years, as the state of our economy has become less stable, more and more students have sought training to insure them of good jobs after gradu- ating. With this increased student interest in career opportunities and employment availability, the various business clubs at TR have witnessed a steady growth in membership. By providing on-the-job training for many different career areas, clubs such as OE, DE, VICA, and Tra- vaille enable the student to gain experi- ence and skill in his chosen career field. Above: Constance Saunder, a member of the Diversified Occupations program, receives instruction on the correct methods of filling out forms. Above Right: Russell Thomason works at a Toyota auto dealership. Right: Victor Taybron examines an X-ray photograph at Ingalls Memorial hospital. MJ- f XM? TOYOTA ,lf 2 --1 X-I xx -4 Travaille, CWT provide job training Cooperative Work Training provides students with on-the-job training in semi-skilled occupations. After complet- ing the Occupational Training Work- shop in their junior year, students be- come eligible for CWT in their senior year. Some jobs are stock clerk, factory positions, and maintenance and hospital M'-' Aix Q Top: Travaille: Front Row: Nora Fields, Sandy Dunkley, Dyan Forrest, Judy Regan, Julie Garcia, Sam Schmidt: Back Row: Shirley Dienes, Bob Fal- co, Larry Donofrio, Ben Keever, Iim Stewart, Greg Macon, Dave Farneti. aides. Travaille is organized along the same lines as CWT, except the program selects its participants from the freshmen and sophomore classes. Through Travaille, students can decide what specialized program, such as OE, DO, etc. they wish to enter in their junior and senior years. i Eats til A 'q Fells . Above: CWT: Kneeling: Bob Walker, Adrienne Sturgis, Carl Harris, Iohnny Houston, Gail Mur- phy, Alan Eskog Row 2: Rodney Dumas, Danny Loggins, Diane Henken, Debbie Kempa, Karen Van Heel lv. pres.j, Cindy Frederick, Diane Davia Itreasj, Charlotte Haddon tsecj, Marie White, M. Back Row: Roy Ray, Dennis Rutkowski, Alan Glaser, Don Pesce, Dean Mullinax.Walter Trimble, Steve Bennett, Not pictured: James Marcano lpres.j, Allison Black, Phil Anteski, Rich Gold- sworthy, Yvonne Kippers. Training in your career is what DE is all about Preparing the student to become a productive citizen in the world of work is what DE is all about. Distributive Educa- tion is the means of moving the goods from the producer to the consumer. There are three basic parts to DE. One is classroom, where the students learn the theories of marketing and distribu- tion. Second is the on-the-job training where students are being trained for their future, and third is club activities, such as their competitive events where students can learn leadership. .L Above: Distributive Education: Front Row: Sandy Wyrobek, Nan Scott, Ioan Stojak, Cheryl Cangemi, Donna Erikson, Dawn Eierman, Cindy Gasior ttreasjp Row 2: Maureen Milligan lsecj, Michele Kaminski, Linda Asauskas, Linda Goldsworthy, Karen Goldsmith, Robbin Williamsp Back Row: Above Right One part of DE is on the Job training l0hY1 Garrett lpaflimemafianlf Ch'-1Ck P01liS lP1'9S-l as Brian Simnick works as a cashier at Jewel in Dol Mike Gough, Chuck Floyd, Ron Fink tarea o-Lb ton reporterj, Bob Everts Cv. pres.J, Mike Spraggins Brian Simnick, Mr. Ben Nowakowski, sponsor. Future secretaries arise from DE The main purpose of OE is to prepare pur1Cl1, 5hOfthi'1f1d, imd dUPliCafif1g- A J i the student for office jobs in manufac- The 30 girls who make up Cffice Edu- X turing, retail, and service businesses. At cation participate in conferences and .J:, df? these establishments some of their var- contests, which are held OH the area, 'W ioug j0b5 inglude filing, typing, key- Stat9,aI1d I13iiOI'1al levels. 8 ,gf 1 ,.. y 1' vff i , . 1' 1? J, 5, ff! 6, xv W ,XJ , J .4 I ,' rg 1' 0 X Above: Office Education: Front Row: Mrs. Donna Smith, sponsor, Kathy Lettiere 1pres.J, Lauren Dewey Ksec.J, Cindy Bugajsky lv. pres,J, Sharon Lapp ltreas.J, Cindy Ricchiuto 1hist.J, Row 2: Kar- en Olsen, Rita Cron, Ioan Cismondi, Marie OP Donnell, Kim Johnson, Renee Mihalkog Row 3: Kathy Panozza, Pat Manifold, Pat Darling, Gail I-lasik, Annette Hannon, Pam Cox, Nancie Synov- icp Back Row: Diane Griffin, Cindy Zatarga, Diane Koliboski, JoAnn Solich, Crystal Mergler, Viola Butler, Karen Waver, Debra Wright, Not Pictured: Faye Iunior, Nancy Lengel, Debbie Maxwell. Left: loan Gismondi, an employee at Riverdale Bank, feeds information into a computer which gives her information back. Above Left: Sharon Lapp, an employee at Custom Fabricating, Inc., types an order for drapes. After HERO, students able to serve world Horne Economics Related Occupa- tions, HERO, is designed to help the student, male or female, prepare for a career in home economics. ,K The students enrolled in this program work part of the day and go to school the rest of the day. Some of the students workin restaurants, hospitals, and nurs- ing homes. It offers them the opportuni- ty to receive training while still in school. Above: FY'-mf R0-W2 l09 R055 QV- Pf95'l, I-Ofifa l0l11'1- Sherry Zatarga, Frances Benson, Toni Kucsera, well, Robert Hollis, Mrs. Samuels fcoordinatorj. 5011 Sue 1491713815 l59C-lf Gina Golab life-i15'lf Anna Janice Thompson, Debbie Wier, Mary Murphy, Top: If you've ever frequented the Dolton Mc- 501153-fPf9.5-lf CQUW Meyers ff9P0ff9flf Pauline Row 3: Iudy Zeigler, Jeanine Bane, Linda Donald's,HERO's Darnell Paterson may have pre Mag'-life fh1Sf-ll ROW 22 5115311 K9ll9Y'l9aY1 Werner, Garrett, Pat Taylor, Cheryl Pisarski, Jerry Cald- pared your Big Mac. Y Qin? Q ix i' if 2 , VICA trains in many fields VICA is a national youth organization which trains students in the health, in- dustrial and trade fields. All of the vocational programs stem from VICA, Vocational Indusrial Club of America. After becoming a member of any of the other vocational clubs, stu- dents can become eligible for member- ship into the VICA program. There are local, regional, state and na- tional contests where students can show their excellence in skilled competition. Left: VICA: Kneeling: Renardo Reynolds, jim Washington, Row 2: Vickie Bush, Craig Thomas, Rich Collins, Erik Rauch, Mike Bost, Russ Thoma- son, Debbie Pavlacka, Back Row: Liz Dembinski, Karen Bukovac, Nancy Levrich, Nancy Brannigan, Kathy Stewart. Above Left: Front Row: Dora Moreno, Sue O'- Brien, Don Lane, Debbie Poland, Pam Acresg Row 2: Phyllis Armstrong, Mary Handler, Debbie Mor- gan, Bob Zdzinicki, Row 3: Maria Mossocyz, Linda Zwier, Renee Mantz, Connie Saunders, Paul Boni- field, Bob Kiska, Vic Taybron, Back Row: Ioe Ditt- man, Tom I.oCicero, Renee Stepanian, Iohn Daley, ,lim Kickert,1ohn Murphy. Top: Nancy Brannigan, Debbie Morgan and Kathy Stewart gain working experience in a hospital with complex equipment. I K K 1-'K K 'iz Q I- f '- L-'li-.1 . 1 ,K-:Wifi-IKf..'1iK: II 2i35.i..- 2. - zz? 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K ' - -, -I 4 :gf-'glfrfi' ..,,...,,. . . 3,5 oloo 'Wmnmgpso uppermoxgtgn the mmdsfof l all those connected with sports at Thorn- ' o ' A ridge. The agony of cross-country, the d aches andobruises of football, the physi- ' Cal demaflii ,Of Swimmiiiafo ,fheoS,kis3SllL?Hd J Scrapes of' dvolleyballffthe- calllusii fof ' gymnastics, the fatiguing schedule of basketball, the mental control of golf, the , ol, oo oo yaching mtgsclesoof slofyball, the fi gl3i4,,io l Q ' A , f oothallengeiihiust be 'nieffibefore o ly W W comes easxly m TR s World of Sunshme. , 'o"oo ' dlll 7 l ' 'll'i i ,' ,,, ,,,h'l My I V ,, llll T, J ' W l M 1' ' rg: f'f1.-pg h4f1Lgf,1 , ,gf V- Q odd o l l do W- l'oll f f l l, do ooll l lolo oooll o f , l loo , . oll , Zhi l l loo - ' llll ' l l llol far' loll dd Q s A ,,'k fill, , KJ, ,. - .,'. I- ,ffIf:l.lQ.,lLf.- , . vani- .lll. o ,lllo k,oo A -.', 11l'Q '1l,,l - 5 , l 1 x., ,figsiiiisffzffi - " K M1 ff sa'-f ff .H .,,k,. . 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'f ,mf W ,. .. ,W ,WZ ffffkzfazf. 1 1' 5 L4 .f ,, 4., f 'f1,,x1J1 f, '. 1 , 15 ed., , , , I , wfww f My , ..,., ,fn Afzzwv ,,. ,. .ll , VX., ,L , , lfxzffgeawflf b X, ,.,.... , . 1 -- "v .L . , , v K ,V A ' , W W ''LE-v1.23-Ji'fi?'g5'Vfl."' 'l 25? 2, 5" . .'.., ,,3x,.,,,,,,5 5. k,,,,,1 ,fy ,4,, , ,. K Q 21. ., ffl: . ,j W.,g,,!, . 1: V .f'iiEfffi9f'i' it iid 25,2 sf M " K, J. ,A,,,Kk f .W,J,, W, ,,, ,wg 99 A fhv Below Right: An unhappy position for Falcon op- position: one-on-one against Russ Calabrese. Below Left: A Falcon lineman tackles an opposing quarterback. Below: Mike Bost tackles the Richards ball carrier while safety Mike Corski comes in to assist in a game at Richards. Right: The Falcon offensive machine is running smoothly. Tom Farrell and jeff Proffitt provide blocking for Russ Calabrese and Bob Cibertini, the team's second leading rusher. g M ssiisif i iio iiiicai F :QM rrsii g F z., mi manila Ma Q' i ., ri,, i i 'Z' F M Wag . w 'W MH of YM 1' X 1 iff' s i Q. 100 3,578 Winning football season proves fatal to opposing teams Throughout the summer months 41 varsity football players trained in antici- pation of another winning season. Their hopes became reality as they had an out- standing 7-2 season. Although abservers labeled this season as a rebuilding year since only 13 team members were se- niors, Head Coach Mr. Wayne Lunak N. ., ,,... VV., .a.a. , , ..,!.!.9 f 1. Qkllfll .433-.I gl. .4 '51 , si.. . .. . lr, . f 6 1 , H p., p and his team did not approach the season with this outlook. Russ Calabrese was chosen the team's most valuable player, along with receiv- ing numerous other honors. Mike Bost was the leading defensive man with 65 individual tackles. J' 'H W "7 ' Ji I gx -m was ag. . ,,,., .. ,,..... . WW Above Left: Receiver Cary Christian hauls in a touchdown pass. Above. Varsity Football. Front Row. Ierry Byerly K. Paul Meiller, Mike Clorski, Ron Hull, Mike Bost: Bill Starkovich, Russ Calabrese, Ray Pavesic, Bill Polewski, Tom Farrell, Row 2: Dan Boling, Ieff , V T Profitt, Bob Gibertini, Dan Polk, jim Del Medico, 22 O Hillcrest 8 Oak Lawn 0 Homewood-Flossmoor 18 Richards 24 Bloom 34 Thornton 16 Eisenhower 7 wins 2 lost Harvey Wesley, Charles Laurencell, Bob Perra, Iohn Henderson, Bill Cunningham, Row 3: Mike Finney, Tony Suggs, Bill Landini, Dave Martin, jerry Klein, Ierry Bey, Tony Morris, Willie Elmore, Mike Crazioli, Craig Pierson, Ieff Petty, Back Row: Jerry Becka, Mike Swartz, lohn Seaquist, Cwary Christian, Rich Camadeca, john Rizzuto, Steve Wilburn, Bob Iakubczak, Tom Nemecek, Frank Samargin, Darrell Carter, Mgr. john Price 101 102 Sophs finish with big victories Placing second in league, the sopho- more football team had a fine season with 6 wins, 2 losses and 1 tie. Excellent coaching by Mr. Don Bush and Mr. Ter- ry Kennedy produced a winning team, although a number of players did not play their freshman year. Coming on strong toward the end of the season, the team played their best offensive games - 28-6 over Thornton and 24-6 over Eisenhower. Both the "A" and "B" freshman teams sported winning records. soPHoMoRE POOTBALL TR OPPONERT f .lfseisaksiifesffidgstff . .s sn W Y iiissrif S f 1 2 'gg' , . ' 16 if ewgfbd-Floos oor si ' K N 1 . E s i srofim it J rs rrpr sv : , fi, ,,ii igjii-1-,LQEQ ip' - . Thorntw I -'Ar . Q aira . i ii- ' J get - ff- , v Z . 5 fee' RAW H , A 5 ... 1 l If iii 7. ipt t . " . ratrr g ' . it all J fit . , . y - V g Q At f tr'i' A WV, J ik Ai! gi ,' r J l 4 iii? 'fl' 'I ' ?4 Af! ' vi' J' X I, e 29 :fa Q, X, 4 tx +L. J V , . M ASV' ,f fipa.,gs:.,- H A ..,,,,g., I, ,W , f- A Q i L W, .kIV , m ay AV , v V ' iw iiivkrr I g Q V . Vrykirrw , M ',f" my h ' VV ' VK H ' L M V -. wa f-4-up it ' l'-' W xmlw - fe-ilu..-w ..s..z .Q w'1,..t-if-'ji A , V t "U "' ' ' "ZF, ' " mm Casa' --"'f""' ' A K-W! , I ' ' """" f' '- "--N' was-1 H jg,--fi H--'I J 'ill' gg?-LJ' . - " , - 71 Above Right: John Gorski hands off to Mike Rousseau in an away game at Richards. Above: Sophomore Football: Front Row: Ron Gav- illet, Dave Reitz, Steve Signor, Mike Marshall, Mark Quinn, Mark Lesniewski, Mike Lewis, Kevin White, Jerome Slawkowski, Wayne Ford, Row 2: John Corski, Jim Rogers, Carl Schaeflein, Mike Wilson, Louie Meneghin, Carl Cole, Al Luna, Rob- ert Coopwood, Donnie Proffitt, Mike Becka, Al Carney, Mark Goodfriend, Row 3: Coach Don Bush, Joe Pickett, Craig Briney, Dave Bunch, Eric Wallace, Ken Ekstrom, Mike Irvine, Frenchie Bol- ton, Mike Henderson, Bill Hirschenberger, Mike Calabrese, Gary Wallin, Coach Terry Kennedy, Back Row: Bob Crowley, Jim Scheuerell, Dan Webb, Mike Rousseau, Jerrold Johnson, Eric El- more, Greg Walenga, Marty Chmura, Terry Fugate, Rich Roeper, Mark Kral Left: After a short gain, a TR ball carrier is brought down by a mass of Eisenhower defenders. . ,.m.t, ..., ,,,,t,i-,Mr-,.r,.... , J.,-""'f"M www-gl V, 'PL' ww Below: Frosh Football: Front Row: Paul Kurgan, Mark Chmura, Craig Moncada, Tony Brown, Stuart Bapple, Alfred Ferrera, Matthew Schaeflein, Kent Cogswell, Mark l-lalickyg Row 2: Mike Mui- phy, Mike Tessarolo, Tony Pappa, Will Venable, Jack Schroeder, Daryl Prisby, Leroy Nicholson, Avnette jackson, Bryan Paskewicz, Ken Carraway, Steve Rousseau, Ron Bacian, Robert Summers, Tony Minkalis, Brian Derry Row 3: Tom Filippo, Ron Wray, Sherman Weston, Mark Mulvenna, Barry Campbell, Nathan Carter, Tony Derfoldi, Ed Wilbourn, John Joren, Gilford Banks, Greg Sertich, Frank Crawford, Brad Brink, Paul Fleishman, Brian Hughes, Mike l-lolndoner, Row 4: Coach Wally Shatkowski, Bryon Burgess, Simon Mezydlo, Rich Doyle, Cedric Davis, Mike Pallotto, Arthur Liv- ingston, Robert Morgan, Bill Sindewald, Tim Scal- ley, Kevin Sable, Bill Gammie, Ken Cortpassi, Jim Griffen, Coach Dave Baron, Coach Al Budding, Back Row: Coach Bud Browning, Sherman Brown, Dave Benford, Mike Richerson, Jim Kilcoyne, Bill Stringbean, l-lenrv Iackson, Mark Robinson. Mike Chmielewski, Bill Gulliver, john Lengel, Dave Maas, Ken Lee, Richard Kutz. Above: Mike Becka and his teammates stop an Ei- senhower back. Left: Steve Signor, lim Scheuerell, and TR's defensive line envelope a Richards ball carrier at Richards. ' v r., It ,X-, , A ' T 1 r T a giaett 'N a W e , fs, R 413 jd! f. -an A Rlght Sophomore Cross Country Front Row john Sulwan, Tom Bush, Jeff Hall 11m Galen Bob Kmg Steve Asauskasg Back Row Coach Bob Theodore Tony Youga, lim Segal Loren Robert son Ilm Duncker, Mgr. Walt Kallsz Below They're off! Varsity Roadrunners begln thexr three mule race against H-F vARsrr co TR OPPONENT Sandburg Hilldfest i 0415 'Homewo I1' f Rrchards eeteo 0 Orntge' iw . .ai 5 21 T:'f" "'---w S .iii "-' S Rlght Jeff Zapchenk attempts to pass a H F Roadrunners advance to sectionals A fifth place finish in the district meet enabled the Roadrunners to advance to sectional competition for the first time since 1971. Off to a slow start, TR's varsity cross country team encountered trouble early in the season. However, the Roadrunners improved with a 12th in a field of 59 teams at the Crete Monee Pow-Wow and a 13th in the forty team Mattoon Invita- tional. In league competition the Road- runners placed third. Captain Bruce Hall finished tenth in a field of 240 runners at the Mattoon Invi- tational, while Jim Galen led the frosh to an Sth place finish at TR's Freshmen Invitational. The sophomore dual meet record was seven wins and two losses. A A..- Above: Bruce Hall battles for first place. Above: sha1l,T0mGaler1, l9ffZaPCh9l'1kf 109 Egan- Varsity Cross Country: Front Row: Mike Prizy, Left: Iim Galen strides toward a third place finish Bill Baughman, Bruce Hall, jeff Wagner, Coach Bob in TR'S Ff2Shm8H Invitational- Nicholson, Back Row: Dave Midtlyng, Bill Mar- 105 C-rapplers complete winning seasons TR grapplers had a fine season with a 9-8 won-lost record. Mr. Carlos Med- rano coached the wrestling team to sec- ond in district and a fourth in league. TR advanced three men to sectionals - Tim Polk,-Tony Suggs, and Jerome Ulanow- ski captured fourth place. 06 ,4- Above: Varsity Wrestling: Front Row: Robert Coopwood, Cliff Paskewicz, Roger Buchler, John Hanson, Mike Laurencell, John OlToole, Row 2: Al Ferriera, Jeff Proffitt, Charles Laurencell, Jayson Frazier lco-capt.J, Tony Suggs lco-capt.J, John Seaquist, Scot Schroeder, Tim Polk, Back Row: Dan Carey, Jerome Ulanowski, Dan Polk, Coach Chris Quigley, Coach Carlos Medrano, Ajay Janc, Ben Czaszwicz, Charles George. Right: Sophomore Wrestling: Front Row: John Papas: Row 2: Donnie Proffitt, Roger Buchler, Al Ferriera, Robert Coopwood, Al Luna, Brent Roper, Jeff Neals, Row 3: Bill l-lirschenberger, Terry Pu- gate, Steve Boldt, Joe Pickett, Jerome Slawkowski, Jeff Lewis, Coach Chris Quigley, Back Row: Bill Johnson, Dave Bunch, Dan Webb, Junior Rodgers, Joe Coleman. Top Right: Coaches Mr. Carlos Medrano and Mr. Al Budding get a smile out of preview night, Middle Right: Dan Carey approaches his opponent for a takedown, Soph wrestlers also had a good season, grappling their way to second place in league and a second at the Rich Central Tournament. Soph Coaches Al Budding and Chris Quigley led their young team to a 10-7 season record. " iv X 1 2 V N- X W.. K N, f e itt J ' L Q ,,,,, , it turf, an M- ff..,- , , , S 5 , M., . V if, y, '.. "'VxM!R me nw- gf +,,,,L-f:.aj?,- Q ' , i f,5. ,l , ,,. M- KVLEV TV , " , fe 1 B 2? "" My K 15 Y M J Sales- i s 9 i e -f,.1 we :Mr f,': ,,,..'gf wsmff2ff,.2EM4 ,,,, ,,f. 1:gr.:fr:f,f: ,- MH , ..,,, f:,- I -,:,: -,,' . 5 KK ,r X. ,,z,A M ,ily f.-,, Z1: , , f1,,EE:: ,,Q Q , fif rrrt t - ll i l , -25? Oak Lawn.',:fE:i,f" V 38 ' 11 Homewood-Plossrifoor 36 18 Richards . T 40 11 Bloom V H 44 39 Thorntonvlfrattional South 16 V33 Thornton 25 V 52 Harlan 6 11 Bremen 32 31 Hammond Gavit 2?- 46 Eisenhower 8 34 Hillcrest 21 9 wins 8 lost Above Left: Frosh Wrestling: Front Row: Mike Pallot- to, Ed Wilbourn, Sherman Weston, Earnst Proctor, Ken Carraway, Ken Barnes, Mark Robenson, Row 2: Mark Mulvenna, Rich jucls, Pat Mclfarland, Tom Dudzik Brian Durr, Mike Bost, Tim Smith, Row 3: Tony Brown, Oscar Murphy, Torn Carlson, Melvin Banks, left Neals, Joe Chiappetta, Tom Pappa, Above: Iohn Hanson rides his man in the 119 weight class. Left: Ierome Ulanowski uses a singlefleg takedown to rack up a high point total. Z girls go to state tourney The Thornridge Girls Tennis Team finished the season with 5 wins and 5 losses. The team received a first place trophy in the district tournament and a third place trophy in the Tinley Park Invitational. Lucy Karczynski and Debbie Burda were both undefeated in season competi- tion. ln the state tournament Lucy was defeated in the third round and Debbie lost in the first, AW? Above: District Tennis Team: Front Row: Lucy Karczynski, Debbie Burda, Back Row: Coach Shar- on Stoleson, Ann Manes, Laura Bruskiewicz, Iudy Nehring, Sandy Bennett, Mgr. Penny Berg. Above: Barb Augustynowicz waits patiently for her opponent to begin play. .,.:. aa. f.. rch.. Ubuntu Above: Tennis Team: Front Row: Diane Tomky, Iudy Duncker, Eve Rudnick, Debbie Schild, Annie Manesg Row 2: Margaret Miller, Cathy Croteau, Sue Brink, Jeanne Grunhard, Sandy Bennett, Barb Augustynowicz, Ian Heathp Row 3: Debbie Burda, julie Lynch, lane Lynch, Sharon Pietras, Laura Brzuskiewicz, Iudy Negring, Iulie Gismondig Back Row: Coach Sharon Stoleson, Coach Rita Pyka, Carol Crazioli, Kathy Wagner, Ruth Crane, Linda Hamilton, Yvonne Caldana, Sue Elmgren, Penny Berg, Manager. Above: Debbie Schild enjoys tennis. Q ' f X L t W X 9 M 11 X555 Sw N N Q: W- ei Left: Gymnastics Team: Front Row: Julie Kruse, Sandy Wolff, Sue Binder, Row 2: Paulette Kruse, April Richardson, Rhonda Cobbs, Marijo Hoff- man, Anna Suggs, Maureen Maart, Row 3: Laurie Tomsak, Coach Carol Munro, Coach Becky Crouse, Amy Rupprecht: Row 4: Tori Stockdale, Kathy Gawrych, Lynn Dudzik, Teresa Guerrero, Roberta Cassidy, Kim Major: Back Row: Peggy Quinn, Diane Kolb, Linda Binder, Maureen Bump, Pam Boros, Donna Caudle, Donna Zartman. Below Left: Diane Kolb performs on the balance beam. Below: Sandy Wolff is intent on maintaining her balance and form. Girl gymnasts finish 8-1 This was the first year for optional routines in competition, and it did not hinder the TR gymnasts as they finished with a 8-1 season. Optional gymnasts Sandy Wolff, Pau- lette Kruse, Maureen Maart, Marijo Hoffman, Lynn Dudzik, and Roberta Cassidy and compulsory gymnasts Di- ane Kolb, Teresa Guerrero, and Kim Major helped their team gain the confer- ence championship. 110 A Q 'W 1 'yx 8. A :N ix if X 5 A tw , -Y 'N A www-u , ' , . I I XS 'V we 5 Q 1,f.1 'Q ,, X if K Kiikh A A K in N J , -hg-g A I K X sw ,en-.Q Jw fr ,-mes.-. j f k:k,,k ,K iktk 57 Y 3 is e e e e R e ieeee 'R me e i me I ..X. Egg: -:E,1: Above: Frosh Swimming: Front Row: Mike Bush, Top: Chuck Bav challenges an opposing back- Bob Galvin, Ed Chostin, Mike Garzag Second Row: Strgker for thelead, Warren Meidema, Bill GHIIHOI1, Doug Mefkelbfifh, Right: Before entering the water, Pete Bihl concen- Kurt Steffensz Back Row: Brian Burgess, Mike trates at the district meet at Thornwood. Kudlow, Ken Petersak, Tim Cirrintino. ,Ari v K xi' in I ' w if i , Pi :" i F ,ii S' 'M , if ' ' ' kd V i A' ie e A , i e ' 1 QV ' , . Q 5 J. ,, HUM H ,.,.. V ,.A, V . V V , :,, no 'e i ,E 'fha W' 1 ' ,,,f : . iiee i' ieeee , i ai . KV A,Ai. ,. . A K. t A.. ""' M -4- I . ,,, i 4, ,gr , ff-+ -.M , ,. -H ' '4' ' 4,-yjr I 5 .V VZW. A, W 5- 4 77 98 +1 7' Q , 106 93 f ft 51 ' . ,. . A VARSI NG 6 OPP Evergreen Par TinleyiPark" i Oa1k.Lawn" Reavis Lyons L if inn, .,j...r'S 'wi ornridge loss 'VB 'bw M. i ,, . n in , 6' , te W S 'P 4 , S ifff an if ' -t bil? I, , ,WW ,, K ee 'T ELLQ ,.,.m 7 ,::.,,., , 3 57 44 113 79 76 0 f Swimmers capture fourth at district Offsetting a poor start in dual meet competition, TR's varsity swimmers fin- ished fourth in District, qualifying five men for state competition. Although the varsity was victorious in their first four meets, their record for the season was 2-11. Only one of those first four wins stood up against the ll-'ISA rules committee, as diver Gary Mastey was admonished for receiving instruc- tions during the previous summer. Thornridge was forced to forfeit each meet in which Mastey had appeared, un- til the time the infraction was discovered. The varsity placed sixth in league com- petition. The sophomore team, having no such controversy interrupting their concentration, finished their season with a better 6-6 record and a fifth place finish in league. Top Left: Brian Iergens beats his opponent off the blocks. Left: Pete Bihl draws away from his closest com- petitor in the Butterfly stage of the 200 yard indi- vidual medley. He went on to take first place in this event in district competition. Below: Varsity-Soph Swimming: Front Row: Chuck Bay, Bob Egan, Larry Olson, Tom Rush, Steve Weiss, Dan Szajkovics, Sig Johansson, Back Row: Mike Madigan, Bob Roeper, Brian Nelson, Brian Iergens, Marty Hyman, Bill OfTo0le, Mike Richardson, Wayne Ioza, Mark Caputo, Pete Bihl. 1 H'- Top Right: Brian Paskiewicz competes on the par- allel bars during a dual meet. Top Left: Rich Nisivaco holds an L on the parallel bars. Above: Sophomore Gymnastics: Front Row: Mark Smit, David Coleman, Scott Rose, Cecil Robinson, Mark Barclay, Paul Staszak, Mr. Ron Bauer fcoachlg Back Row: Dave Peterson, Bob Kumaki, Gary Dzugan, Dave Carey, George Powell, Tim Sprouse, Mike Bajorek. Right: Freshman Gymnastics: Front Row: Steve Cosman, Brian Dougherty, Mark Smit, Bill Ditt- man, Paul Staszak, Row 2: Mike Wendell, Ed Cos- man, Bob Kumaki, Brian Paskiewicz, Kent Cog- swell, Mark Barclay: Back Row: Dave Peterson, Ken Derrico, Gary Dzugan, Dave Carey, Nathaniel Browner, Clint Perryman, Greg Bey. .......... .,,,. ...,... ...... ........ ...... ...... . r eee +33 OPPONE , 1 e rrr F Blom 96-43 103.50 Lyons ' 17 Glenbard West 'i1i4.o6 102.46 Lincoln Way V 99.16 10547SZQs5fi2iomewood-Flossmoor 97.75 106.55 Glenbard East 106.48 109.9Q Reavis j 63.37, P a 6.l,-76. 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Sophomore gymnasts finished with a 10-3 winning season, with help from George Powell who placed first on the trampoline in the Homewood-Flossmoor Invitational. Their younger counter- parts, the freshmen, went undefeated 6-0. Kevin McGraw closed out the gym- nastic season with a first place in the state meet on the trampoline. Above Left: Varsity Gymnastics: Front Row: Mike Nylen lcaptj, Dan Curatolo tco-capt.Jp Row 2: Mike Powers, Ioe Keefner, Kevin McGraw, Ed Cib- son, Bob Nylen, Paul Caldwell, Prank Walsh tcoachjp Back Row: Rich Nisivaco, Paul Zarris, Mike Nisivaco, Hal Greenberger, Dan Buchanan, Iohn Kerwin, Phil Messerschmidt. Above: Scott Rose concentrates before performing his next stunt onthe rings. Left: Paul Zarris demonstrates his gymnastic abili- ty by executing one of the most difficult feats, the iron cross, while Joe Keefner watches. 11 Right: Captain Gloria Whittington and Co-captain Sandy Wolff divide their attention between the tempo of the game and the reaction of the crowd. I I MW , ,.,,,i.. L 1 V, ,,.. g l 1' . "" . U W A ii, -- t it eiie to -' 4 - we 1 I il I i t Top: A sense of rhythm and the ability to concen- Above: Varsity Cheerleaders: Kim Cosman, Denise Petersen, Betty Sikorap Falcon Bird - Holly Rice. trate are two important assets to cheerleaders like I-lock, Sue Binder, Kris Goralka, Gloria Whitting- Notpictured:De-metriaBenr1ett, Denise I-lock, Betty Sikora, and Kim Cosman. ton lcaptj, Sandy Wolff leo-capt.j, julie Kruse, Sue 114 TR spirit roused up by Cheerleaders Cheerleading is not just shouting and clapping hands. Coached by Miss Mich- elle Anders and Mrs. Julie Austin, the cheerleaders won first place for home- coming decorations, sponsored car wash- es to raise money for uniforms, and formed a freshman squad to cheer for interscholastic sports. The three squads, led by Gloria Whit- tington, captain, and Sandy Wolff, co- captain, helped arrange projects to pro- mote spirit. Hall decorations, posters, pins and buttons, and preparations of pep assemblies are only a part of cheer- leading. They must also have the ability to support a winning or losing team with a constant hope for victory. Top Left: Pam Boros and her fellow members of the newly-formed freshman squad demonstrate their ability and enthusiasm, Left: Iunior Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Pat Maloy, Marijo Hoffman, Karen Griffin, Row 2: Diane Kolb, Marion Riedle, Maxine Mastey, Rhon- da Cobbsg Back Row: Laura McGraw, Gina Al- banese, Lisa Lyons. Above: Laura McGraw does her best to encourage crowd participation. Girls basketball tie for second place in SICA Led by a new coach, Miss Kathy Lew- is, TR's varsity girls basketball team placed second in the SICA-North Con- ference with a record of 6 wins and 4 losses. Their overall record was 8-6. "B" team, coached by Miss Evelyn White, also a new coach, did not fare quite as well as their "A" team counter- parts Their conference record stood at 2- 8, with a total record of 3-10. Right: Sharon Pietras scores on a jump shot from the center of the lane. Below: Girls Basketball: Front Row: Diane Tomky IHA" capt.D, Jill Przybytek, Sandy Wicheleclci, Sharon Pietras KMA" co-capt.J, Mel Mayerchick, Ann Manes IHA" co-capt.Jg Row 2: Jo Miller, Cheryl Patterson, Iane Lynch, Debbie Maas VB" co-capt.J, Marybeth Pencakowski CUB" capt.J, Nancy Boling, Linda Pencakowslcig Row 3: Laura Brzuskiewicz, Ernestine Proctor, Charity Waligora, Karen Williams, Penny Berg, Pat Palmer, Back Row: Kathy Peters fmgr.j, Kathy Flores, Selina Butler, Sandy Podlasinski, Mary Lou Prisby, Patty Boling, Miss Evelyn White f"Bf' coachj, Miss Ka- thy Lewis 1"A" coachj. 2' , ,,, . H.. , W :Ill Top Left: Ann Manes leaves the defense behind on a fast break as she starts her lay-up. Top Right: Diane Tomky brings the ball down court as her teammates Ann Manes and Penny Berg set up their offensive attack. Left: Diane Tomky shoots for two while Penny Berg sets her a screen in a game against Illiana Christian. Above: Coach Lewis gives instructions to the team during a time-out. Falcons Q21-71 tie Combining height with quickness, the Falcons' only losses during the regular season came against non-area teams in the Quincy Turkey Tournament and ri- val Thornton twice. Big men Bill Cun- Below: Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Doug Al- bert tmgr.j, Rick Connella, Robert Catlin, Dave Nolan, Bill Miklos, Iim Boudreau fmgr.j, Back Row: Ken Alexander, Ron Bonfiglio tcoachj, Bill Cunningham, Lamont Honeysucker, Dave Pfister, Bill Love, Pat McCanna, Wendell l-lumes, Ron Nemeth, Derrick Jackson, Pat Hogan, Dave Lezeau tcoachj. Following page: Center Pat McCanna's long reach snares a defensive rebound against East Chicago Washington. Other Falcons include Derrick lack- son, Robert Catlin, Ron Nemeth and Bill Cun- ningham, Right: Ron Nemeth watches as Bill Cunningham puts in another two points as the Falcons demo- lished the Reavis Rams 92-47. VARSITY BASKETBALL sa 684, Quincy , 69 Carl,5anqlburg 51 Danville ' 64 Reavis . 47 47 55 S B 5 5 , Rich East ' . Homewood-Flossmoor Waukegan . .82 Du Qlwin . ,,-,,11 1 ,.t 47 St. Patrick g,,gg ,,', 2 .5 58 Nominal ttetctecc 56 Lawrenceville 67 re'r C Riciwds 7 56 Bloom" 47 Loyola 42 Th0fnt9D F' tle' 75 I 53 fiiiiii East Chiffago 71, Homewood-Flossmogff' , 52' Hillcrest , .63 C 77' L Richards ,,W," ' 70 Vi, ,,,. 27 for league championship ningham, Pat McCanna, Ron Nemeth and Dave Pfister were assisted by guards Robert Catlin, Lamont l-loneysucker and Derrick Jackson. By a strange set of circumstances Thornridge tied Homewood-Flossmool for the SICA North title with a record of 8-2. TR twice beat l-l-F while l-l-F struck down Thornton twice also. ln the state tournament the Falcons won their regional with impressive wins over St. Francis cle Sales and Marist. l-lowever, TR was upset by Thornwood at the sectional level to end the season with a record of Z1-7. ii.. 4 MBIOOH1 . . irsi if 73 ,ifi ... 77' - - f--' "' ' iiii so - L 'T ii'i Miaiiist l'i'iii ' i"'i'tt 'L liti ' i"" iiftii t iii' ' ' fi" ' 762 LK1, f 'N' . 5 lllf: ' ii' 58 Thornwood 55 'DY , ,- -....,,:3 '- 'fe H" 2.1 wins 7lost Vlzv Q V . . Nt e .ff it -i - sir 9 ry! l , ,uv - fs' ' ' ' S A , , ..,, . L. . 1 iir is X4 1 K 133125-ig ,. . -. A . i , ,,,' k K V 1 -WY, x R A Q , : Q '-" af 5 Q. ,.,.--f" 'hp QW . ' , ' 'fe- 4 K x W2 ,. . P", .. M fllile V -W'--4 ... ..v. , Az t Sophs continue winning TR traditions From the looks of this year's sopho- more basketball team, the future of the varsity basketball team appears to be in good hands. The sophomore record was 18-7 with Captain Beany Motley leading in points scored. The sophomores placed fourth in the Thorton Christmas tournament and second in the Bradley tournament. 'WV' 1 i i l aieee y I y , 3 C t it A owl YQ i - f ' ware--Htvaf 1' , , V H "Wink, 120 Above: Sophomore Basketball: Front Row: Chris Newborn Qmgrj, Beany Motley, I. D. Iohnson, Mike Rousseau, jim Morgan, Dave Edenfeld lmgrjg Back Row: john Henken fmgr.j,Kevin White, Keith Polson, Ioe Studzin- ski, Dave Voll, Tom Norley, Allen Carney, Steve Smith, Ty Beardon, Bill Hardlannert lcoachl, Above Right: Beany Motley, surrounded by defending guards, searches for the open man. 60 65 '80 Kan raises wi? iiiiiii fy. , V! fb a 4' , 5 H' ' ig OT - .,,,. Ny.. J, f,s f 4 O S 1 .K Vt 12 fi - ' , ,A Q wr I ,+. 1 ' Q M, Q ,xgw,: A, l 55"5 : 'V Q Ffa P wx E 'a W-Q, 'Q 1 ft! V -xwo' Yi 6, p I ,F ,L x. . "Q 4 , Q, . Q., b '11-Q l -I A an S X 4 , V? C. 3 ,-X nm Q was Af Q' gl N ' . ,if K -Q, , . W 122 , Q ' Winning comes easy to frosh basketball teams Freshman basketball players captured qi second at both Thornton Fractional North and Willow Brook tournaments. This year's freshman A team finished with a record of 16-6 and B team had a record of 9-6. Jim Kilcoyne was B team high scorer, while Arthur Livingstone brought down the most rebounds for the A team. Below: Frosh Basketball: Front Row: Leroy Nichol- son, Steve Rousseau, David King, Barry Campbell, Ron Wray, Will Venable, Sparky Prisby, Row 2: David Benford, jim Kilcoyne, Kenneth Lee, Ezra Carter, Sherman Brown, john Krasinski, Ari Ro- senthal, Michael Richardson, Back Row: Harold Olson Ccoachj, Arthur Livingston, jerry Taylor, Michael Lane, Dave Winfrey, Warren Moore, Bob , ' Morgan, Bill Gulliver, Bob Theodore Ccoachj. all gight: LeRoy Nicholson drives toward the basket, I M ut Arthur Livingston and Ari Rosenthal are deter- N Q T A if . mined to force a bad shot. A , TX. Y ,xx X. 1. i 51 lan 47 F MEN BASKETBALL Sanclbiwg' A 31 43 57 41 37 25 445 489 lui 39 45 44 48 46 43 A7 45 43 29 40 Bloom A A 50 I kAW,i 60 3 Eisenhoviler VXZEJEEEE? 17 7lost 5+ 4,2 .--"""' -xxnma-a ,.--f , 5 .4 Z A 4 A .V .W Left: Coaches Bob Theodore and Harold Olson talk strategy with their team. Top Left: Steve McDougal tries to shoot over Barry Campbell in practice. Above: Dave Winfrey goes one-on-one against Bob Morgan. 123 24 t Badminton birds take to the sky Smashing birdies and opponents is a specialty of the TR Badminton team. These 26 team members took full advan- tage of their skill by completing their season with an 8-4 overall record. Coached by Mrs. P. Pierre-Auguste, the girls practiced during February and March. They improved their skills each day which led to their successful season. Above: Badminton: Front Row: Mrs. Pierre-Au- guste tcoachj, Diane George, Janet Dmitrovich, Nancy Zuzuly, Elaine Manes, Erin Froida, Row 2: Peggy Quinn, Mary Hollich, Lynn Dudzik, Diane Dmitrovich, Carla Thompson, Maureen Guerin, Cindy Tomczak, Row 3: Sherry Osborne, Donna Ogrentz, Pam Dalle, Kirsten Kross, Carol Segvich, Celeste Pencakowski, Pat Handler. Back Row: Kim Hunt tmgrj, Donna Cicero, Barb Eklund, Laura Cicero, Lori Spale, Sandy Bennett, Patti Jacobs, Judy Eklund. Right: Donna Cicero backs up Mary Hollich's re- turn smash in doubles play. Ck 51.4, I .4 M' ,5,, 1., .ffet,..s,., f, . at M fu sr.. 1 s t ,,V,L i 4 K iw 11 t Swimmers train for Competition via water polo Water polo serves two purposes for its competitors. First, TR swimmers stay in shape for the swimming season. Second, the water polo team competes against area high school teams. Under a new coach, Mr. William Vogler, the team fin- ished with a 5-3 record. Treading water for long periods of time and adept ball handling were two of the skills exhibited by the water polo team in its eight games. Left: Peter Bihl attempts to pass the ball to a team- mate. Far Left: Tom Bush, with ball, makes advances toward the opponent's goal. Below: Larry Olson tries to score on the opposing team, with assistance from Chuck Bay. '.,,,.r gs if ,--. . ,H K 4. 3 .www fl. K I ., i K . ...' 1.1: pK 'W'P' 12 126 Strikes, spares fill the world of Bowling Led by freshman Karen Zdzinicl4i's clutch bowling, TR's "A" team compiled a 5 win, 4 loss record. "B" team had a fine record of 6 wins and 3 losses. Mrs. Debbie Campbell, coach, chose 10 out of ZO team members to participate in the District Tournament. The team took seventh place. 'vga' Above Right: Sand Stocklose looks down the lane Sandy Ruggles, Donna Underwood, Renee Ralcow, with hopes of throwing a strike. jean Barlcenhagen, Ioan Waligora, Kim Major, Row Above: BOWlil'lg2 Fr0rlf ROW! 5l'191'i Sells lmgf-lf 3: Sandi Stocklose, Kathy Siadelc, Lori Spale, Deb- Nancy Patterson, Charity Waligora tmgr.J: ROW 2: bieTufteda1, Deborah Campbell, coachglBack Row: ,V A, 6 1237 Fatih Waligora, Cheryl Patterson, Karen Zdzinicki, Denise Dwelis,Tracy Sallay,'Karen Valente fcaptainj Not Pictured: Denise Tuftedal tco-captainj, Iulie Croteau. - V-ball puts spike into foe's heart Pads on the knees as well as pads on the elbows type cast the members of the Girl's Volleyball team. The bruise on the hand from the game-winning spike is a happy sort of pain, as are all the aches and pains incurred in a year when the team comes in with a winning record, as this year's girls did. An excellent "A" team was 11-Z, while the "B" team was less successful, ending their season with a 7-6 record, Below: Girls Volleyball: Front Row: Penny Berg, Sharon Pietras, Maureen Guerin, Pam Spale, Karen Iarard, Pat Jacobs, Barb Eklund, Ian Heath, Debbie Maas, Diane Tomky, Row 2: Sherri Osborne, Ka- thy Corbett, Denise Malone, Claudia Rozewicki, Nancy Boling, Judy Eklund, Nancy Morgan, Kathy Davis, Patti Boling, Linda Pencakowskig Row 3: Marybeth Pencakowski, Denise Dwyer, Karen Wil- liams, Cheryl Straka, Kim Hunt tmgrj, Miss Nan- cy House tcoachj, Mrs. Yeager tassist. coachj, Car- ol Segvich, Cleo Seabrook, Martha Kross, Sandy Wicheleski. Far left: Nancy Boling watches the flight of her serve. Left: Setting up a spike is an important part of vol- leyball as Patti Boling demonstrates. 127 28 TSSG performs whirls, twirls in spring show Performing ballet legs, doing somer- saults in water, and doing "kips" are some of the basic stunts performed by the Thornridge Sychronized Swim Group, who specialize in water ballet. This group of 34 girls practices dili- gently from the beginning of school until the spring when their practicing pay off for their spring show. Below: Synchronized Swim Group: Front Row: Mary Kay Juszczyk ftreas.J, Darlene Reitz tv. pres.J, Sheri Nelson 1pres.j, Julie Koval tsec.J, Linda Holland Cbouncerj, Debbie Kortum thist.Jg Row 2: Darlene Stark, Dawn Albrecht, Cathy Allen, Janice Evans, Linda McLaughlin, Pam Patlak, Cindy Pe- terson, Beth McLaughlin, Cheryl Bagdalp Back Row: Pam Dalle, Mary Mulhall, Kirsten Kross, Mary Safran, Barb Pavlik, Donna Koliboski, Carol Moore, Kay Koch, Sherri Eierman, Linda Gammie, Laura Derrico, Jan Rigoni, Dawn Aarup, Karen Nelson, Cindy Mullen, Cheryl Mazurek Right: After finishing their deck routine, Sheri Nelson, Judy Merritt, Jan Rigoni, and Darlene Reitz enter the water to finish off their "Gangs- ters" routine. Left: Hand held high, Pat Maloy needs all the lift she can gather to clear the bar in high jump competition. Below Left: Lynn Dudzik pulls out to an early lead in a dual meet. Below: Concentration is essential to sprinter Dar- lene Roberson. Girls track survives rough weather Three girls - Pat Maloy in the 50-yd. dash, Debbie Morgan in the 80-yd. low hurdles and high jump, and Mary Lou Prisby in the shot put - went downstate this year. In the district meet at TR, the girls placed fourth out of 18 schools. The track team's season record was 4-3. Most Valuable Players were Rhonda Cobbs, Cynthia Harris, Pat Maloy, Iune Merritt, Debbie Morgan, Nancy Morgan, and Mary Lou Prisby. Right: Varsity Track: Front Row: Bill Baughman, John Cunningham, Jeff Zapchenk, Steve Wea- Thers, Dan Lussier, Bruce Hall, Charles Stewart, Row 2: Van Pavlakis, Hugh Williams, Charles Proffitt, Larry Harper, John Murphy, Harvey Wes- ley, Tom Morgan, Bob Fierrera, Top Row: Coach Terry Kennedy, Coach Bill Harcllannert, Bob Gat- lin, Bill Marshall, Ron Oliver, Crantlin Banks, Ron Pigram, Bill Polewski, Ed Hawkins, Coach Bob Nicholson. Below: Ron Hull races to the tape in relay competition. 'fir 1 it ar, if , 211531 - S A in O 4 5 Above right: Van Pavlakis concentrates before hurling his shot. Right: Freshman Track: Front Row: Kevin Charles, Cecil Robinson, Dave Farnetti, Jim Mills, Steve Asauskas, Mike Maluga, Frenchie Bolton, Greg Crisman, Row 2: Jim Duncker, Jeff Lewis, Tony Youga, Larry Taylor, Bill Zalewski, Eric Wal- lace, Karl Schaeflein, Tom Wichelecki, Row 3: Anthony Jackson, Jeff Hall, Gregg Kelley, Dale Struven, Mike Golec, Larry Kane, Larry Steele, Scott Currier, Bob Coopwood, James Rogers, Back Row: Jim Martin, Tim Baughman, Dan Zuzuly, Dave Reitz, Wayne Widmer, Mark Goodfriend, Mike Marshall, Mark Voll, Mike Lewis. Oliver breaks record in dash , Banks, Cunningham district champs TR's varsity track team had a fine sea- son, finishing fifth in the district and third in the league. Ron Oliver qualified for state competition in the 120-yard high hurdles and 200-yard dash. The time of 14.1 in the dash broke a school record and was second fastest in the state. Grantlin Banks captured the District Discus title and holds the school record. Milt Wilkerson advanced to the semi- finals of state shot-put competition. He also holds the school record. John Cun- ningham was District Long-Jump Champ and finished tenth in state competition. The freshman track team was undefeated. Above left: Tom Galen leads his opponent with Ieff Hall not far behind. Above: While Scott Briney runs a close second, Ron Oliver takes a hurdle. Left: Sophmore Track: Front Row: Randy Wray, Don Unhock, Mike Prizy, Stephen Weathers, An- brey Jackson, jim Mulvenna, Mike McNamara, Tim Sigler, Jeff Wagner, Back Row: Jerry Bey, Joe Farrell, Ron Hull, Larry Vanderhei, Tom Galen, Dennis Jones, Richard Camadeca, Derrick Jackson. 131 ,.3?,p 1 7 H M1114 , Mg W D , Ev 'L' ., , 'f5'L2'fn ' f in L5l?3if?f' EMM ifilff ,1 'Wi ka f ,1'7"" W' -55234 ifgylj, ' 21235 ,xiii iffy 5, if , Q 1 , SNL y xv W an I b g ' V Qi? QM '1""'X 91 . 72.6. '55 LL: ', fn 1 - U ,M L my . 1 rm wx W 'i 'CW , 'Wife - A ' ' , ,Af -'LE.3'i- Us ' " 1 " N wk? 2152 ' ' wi 1 f HW' y rx, L' 'Mig Y? . - , M 5" 'Q 4' '1 ' , i , , , - " f '. -- ,t F' ,HZ , V :zgf V 1.535 f' ff "- Q:""',L 1:12. "1 E R , E3 fy We , x J Q ' J M ff .L . .Pf- Y 4 I wa I ' 1 .bf W Changes expand girls swimming This year under National Federation Rules, several new events were swum. Besides the new events many of the dist- ances became longer. Coached by Mrs. Betty Bergstrom and Mrs. Lynn Jones, the girls finished with a successful 6-2 record. Another new event in girls swimming was the State-wide Invitational Swim Meet. The girls competing in this event were Cindy Brand, Denise Dwyer, Sue lIE.IlIEYi"f' 2 :",,.:i-s.ifik.2"57 ' . M wi..-1:ss,1.,ff'ff ---, f- :- ggt p 121 Bloom sisss 51-g 108 Reavis gg . 72 . 3:h0mW00d ffs 1 itt. 9 3 .-,g ornton ,..,.sE 5 90 J ff,, . .. .ifr S6 ... . ..., 85 V7 s'iTiii illllomewoi gglflossmooif 95 98 Hillcrest K rgg lifliz. 6 wins 2 es Dwyer, Brenda Erilcsen, Liz Hall, Idalee Hines, Chris Holleman, Maxine Mastey, Iune Merritt, Cindy Mullen, and Jan Pawlows ki. Seniors Denise Dwyer and Idalee Hines garnered the most points to help TR in their season. Another first for girls swimming was the hosting of the TR Invitational in which six schools partici- pated. TR placed second in this meet. Above: Girls Swimming Team: Front Row: Pam Patlak, Diane Dwelis, Rose Eby, Iulie Bloom, Beth Corey, Iulie Kloep, Nancy Morgan, Iune Merritt, Row 2: Terri Heath, Vicki Wilson, Pam Papas, Ann Crober, Diane George, Maxine Mastey, Cathy lor- itz, Erin Froicla, Domenica Samargin, Row 3: Sherri Eierman, Sharon Zatarga, Sue Brzozowski, Dawn Holmes, Cindy Mullen, Linda Pencakowski, Lynn Nelson, Sandy Podlasinski, Beth Cima, Idalee Hines, Row 4: Maureen Guerin, Gwen Eriksen, Martha Kross, Liz Hall, Laura Voss, Cindy Brand, Denise Dwyer, Sue Dwyer, Cindy Dulce, Sharon Haney, Linda McLaughlin, Back Row: Mrs. Betty Bergstrom, Sally Lynn, Linda Pilastro, Brenda Erik- sen, Michelle Isaacson, Judy Anthonsen, Ian Paw- lowski, Karen Zdzinicki, Jill Isaacson, Carol Segv- ich, Cheryl Straka, joy Iergens, Celeste Penca- kowski, Mrs. Lynn Iones. 133 Racketmen win districtp score in state TR's varsity racketmen advanced to the district meet with a record of 11-2, led by their captain Tom Handler. After capturing the District title, Glenn Kom- mer and Gary Frisch racked up two points in a double game in state competi- tions. This is the first time in TR's histo- ry that its racketmen have accumulated any points in a state meet. , V. Qt, Sophomore racketmen also had a fine season, boasting an 11-3 record. f A' .f"A ' ,y Right: Dave Basil serves to his opponent. Above: Varsity Tennis: Front Row: Hal Greenber- Above right: Matt Piescinski and Coach Anderson ger, Phil Messerschmidt, Gary Frischg Back Row: discuss tactics Coach Harold Anderson, Glenn Kommer, Dave Right: Tom Handler puts everything into his serve. Opperman, Larry Augustynowicz, Dave Basil, Matt Piescinski, Mark Ackerman, Ton Handler. gl!! j 21-7 j"7c A ,jj if fx Q 2 Ja! f 2 Y, fafffaf 7 f' f ' i j J. j 2 ff? 'J Jjify bfi? G VARSITY TR 1 E OPPONENT 4 Bremen 1 3 Rich East 2 3 Thornwood 2 0 LaGrange m m 5 3 Sandburg T9 2 4 Hillcrest E E 1 3 Rich Central 2 5 Oak Lawn 0 5 Kankakee East O 0 E I-Iomewoodh-Flossmoor 5 4 Thornwh 1 5 Eisenhower E E N 0 11 Wins 2 Lost Below: Frosh-Soph Tennis: Front Row: Pe,rry Dubish, Loren Robertson, Dan Hines, Chris New- born, Doug Iseminger, Brad Meeder, Robert Iu- bera, Dave Onak, Tom Ledvina, Back Row: Coach Harold Anderson, George Ripeckyj, Mgr. Tom Lawson, Don Wallin, German Contreras, Glenn Madderom, Mark Babich, Rich Caroli, Leo Terr- ence, Rich Bertolini. Below: Dave Opperman returns a smash as Larry Augustynowicz looks on. 1 136 'Nay' - ,,,,5,fn , J' f I 1L4I2,1-w www- . ., '. ' pi 5 ,.,, L., M ' 41, . , . 'W 45Q3559'f55,zr,'g . M V' . if -"f .'i"."Ji"'4""'f1' W , Softball team ties for first Battling sloppy fields, the girls soft- ers. Connie Froida, star pitcher for TR, ball team tied for first place in league. had the highest average of strike outs of Coached by Mrs. Muneerah Riley, the all pitchers TR played against this year. team completed a successful season with Connie was also voted Most Valuable 8 wins and 3 losses. Player by her 19 teammates. Penny Berg Terri Annicks and Marybeth Penca- led the team in hits and runs scored, kowski were named most improved play- while Kim Bowen stole the most bases. Above: All eyes are on Diane Tomky as she studies the incoming pitch. Above Left: After the game Diane Tomky, Mary Seef, Sharon Pietras, and Terri Annicks relax with their Eisenhower opponents. Above Right: Sharon Zatarga shouts encourage- ment from the outfield. ! Clolfteann experiences changes For the first time the golf team played their home meets at River Oaks golf course in Calumet City. The team was coached by Mr. Sam Tortorici. This year, hoping for better weather, golf was a fall sport but was played by the winter rules. After completing a 3-9 season, the varsity took fourth in league and elev- enth in district. The team was led by Captain Rich Rogich and the M.V.P. was Jerry Siadek. Frosh-Soph, new this year also, cap- tured third place in league with a record of 7-5. Captain was Iim Cresto. flic , , if 167 , iiiics Rich is icci lii fi,, if '165 Eiff iii Rich l A isff 190 A 171 ' 168 163 160 168 l57 168 167 168 173 172 Eiserih 167 3 wins 9 lost Above Left: Varsity Golf: Front Row: Alan Lund- strom, Jerry Cucfa, Ron Kawanna, Dennis Stella, Back Row: Coach Tortorici, Rich Rogich, Jerry Siadek, Bill Watson, Glenn Kommer, lim Giglio, John Donofrio Center Left: Frosh-Soph Golf: Front Row: Dave Nehring, Rich Bahorich, Robert Dvorak, Darryl Onak, Mike Long, Ed Iustinp Back Row: Coach Tortorici, Ross Huntington, Mike Pietras, Dave Onak, Iim Cresto, Rich Olen, Tim Giglio Bottom Left: At the tee, Al Lundstrom, Jerry Sia- dek, Rich Rogich, Glenn Kommer and John Donof- rio discuss the upcoming shot. 13 Below: Sophomore Baseball: Front Row: Bill O'Brien, Kevin Toth, Iohn Comiskey, Gary Mas- tey, George Photenhauer, Mark Siboda, Dave Martin, lim Vegovisch, Row 2: Steve Morgan, Mike Madigan, Paul Zega, Charles George, lim Toth, lim Delmedico, Bob Leer, Jerry Byerly, Back Row: Manager Carlos Mendrano, Tom Nemecek, lim Cwiglio, Gary Baranowski, Larry Donofrio, Bill Hayes, Bill Starkovich, Bill Cun- ningham, Coach Leo Lazaroff. Baseball teams sport winning records Sporting a 15-8 record, the varsity baseball team, coached by Mr. Wally Shatkowski and Mr. Sam Tortorici, pro- duced three All-Conference players: Harry Ekstrom, Tom Shannon, and Ron Woodall. Dennis Sims provided leader- ship as the team's captain. The soph team, coached by Mr. Carlos Medrano, boasted a 12-5 record. Most Valuable Player was Jim Vegovisch and winner of the Charley Hustle Award was Gary Baranowski. Coached by Mr. Dave Lezeau, the 'frosh team compiled a 9-5 record. Marty Chmura led the team with a .464 batting average. Above right: Ken Kremer delivers a pitch. Right center: Frosh Baseball: Front Row: Bob Crowley, Ken Ekstrom, Alton Resse, Bill Everts, Harold Jeffries, Mike Calabrese, Ray Craykowski, lim Cunningham, Row 2: Tim Giglio, Bill johnson, Marty Chmura, Tom Vespa, Rich Craczyk, Jerold Iohnson, Iim Morgan, Lou Korach, john Kipp, Back Row: Coach Dave Lezeau, lim Scheurell, Keith Polson, lim Yurkovich, Dave Voll, John Cor- ski, Steve Signor, Ieff Bendy, Cary Summers. Right: Gary Christian slides into third base in a game against the T. P. North Meteors. r QR W thai, gilt' 59 Q. r X . gl 9-'M ix423ttP'g,- E !E , ,gf Q K ., x 1 A A it .auf , fe , ,S we ttt,t +5 r rgffgn., Q alex at 'f ., A ,c " will!" ,a .4 1 1-jaw M A 5 ' ' N... S is 'Nr J. -wi!-Q 'I' ' -'KW' 'Y 16 tc.. 1-1.--gy si ew 'L I6 ,MU Mi. -our A ,S V ' .., In -sw TR 7 4 t1 R13 4 8 9 6 5 5 2 2 1 3 3 O , . ,- .. - ,, J ,. , , - . 'sf Tm H A yi Q V A A' .LW Y .. gmt, I WQ1 y,4S1A .3 5 . , V . :me ' ' v ' N . H, V, , k, A-Q q 'if' t W - I' .W ,. ' 2, -A - -" 59 M 'N ' A . 'X t W , . f 45 A, 'S , , xy Q .a his . AF' iq.. 1 W- ew 3 -35 4' t. ,. , ., , t -f ,, x ,. -r f - T W use sm ,,, it . Lf- 45 Z, ,,,,,,,,, , jf L ,IS-f t,,,,'5 M ,f 3 W ,Q r + . A a. - r 41, , 4 Q' i 1 -Q., we ' H F. 9 - ' X. 'MM t '-'fra VARSITY BASEBALL OPPONENT A TF North A O R South , 2 fest A A t 5 R 10 l5Reavis 7 Rich East 2 H.l:. 0 H.F. 2 Richards 1 Richards 9 Bloom 0 Bloom 6 Thorton 4 rton 2 Eisenhower 2 Above: An opposing catcher guards the plate ,as a Russ C313bl'959, Gary Chl'iSfi3n, Mark Ki1'Ch91', , TR player attempts to score a run, Harry Eckstromg Top Row: Coach Sam Tortorici, Elsenhower 2 Above: Varsity Baseball: Front Row: Ken Meyer- Mike Corski, Marco Caldana, Ken Kremer, Dave chick, Dave Toth, Dan Boling, Mike Gilbert, Row FfiSt9r, Bob Sliga, Coach Wally Shatkowski. 15 Wins 8 Lost 2: Tom Shannon, Dennis Sims, Rich Kluchenek, 139 w w 1 w w Y -f . M.-. f - 'fflgqrnrndget,lxgggfigffefent A fgr everyonep at , to Tiifliffbme, frhqfmadge megtfxs hard work foward scholastic achieve- , Thornridge means 3000 ways. 42 Administration institutes advisory boards While the majority of the faculty enjoy a three month vacation, Mr. Salvatore Salato, Mr. Daniel Carmichael, Dr. Rich- ard Taylor and Dr. Robert McKanna work throughout the summer preparing for another school year. Dr. McKanna and the three assistant principals handle day-to-day problems as well as make long-range plans. Mr. Lawrence Corley, Mr. Joseph Keane, and Mr. Welton Stedt assist in the decision-making. Seeking new ways to communicate with the stu- dent body, the administration instituted an advisory board program in each de- partment this year. District 205 board and administration are in charge of 10,683 students in three high schools - Thornridge, Thorton, and Thornwood. District 205 is one of the largest districts in the state. Above Right: Dr. Robert McKanna has been prin- cipal for the past two years. Above: Mr. Daniel Carmichael is responsible for curriculum and evaluation. Right: Thornridge Administration: Seated: Dr. Richard Taylor, Mr. Salvatore Salato and Mr. Dan- iel Carmichael, assistant principals, Mr. Joseph Keane, administrative assistant for deans, Stand- ing: Dr. Robert McKanna, principal, Mr. Lawrence Corley, administrative assistant for student activi- ties, Mr. Welton Stedt, administrative assistant for guidance. ' 'JU f.w-- tg .195 wal L.. "1" hgiiiif l S 4 i s 2 n X1 Above: District 205 Board: Seated: Mr. Robert Reese, Mr. Henry Vanderberg, president, Mr, Robe ert Evans, Standing: Mr. Fred Henning, Mr. Leo Piernas, Mr. Vernon Vollbrecht, Mr. Karion Mielke. Above Left: Mr. Salvatore Salato is in 6,1 f 'sr Left: District 205 Administration: Seated: Dr. lack Curless, assistant superintendent, Mr. William Augustus, superintendent, Mrs. Barbara Midtly- ing, supervisor of special education, Standing: Mr. Donald O'Brien, director of curriculum and re- search, Mr. Bill Hayse, director of vocational edu- cation, Dr. David Ely, director of business affairs, Mr. Howard Doster, director of buildings and grounds. 1 charge of physical education curriculum and build- ings and grounds. Left: Dr. Richard Taylor is responsible for staff evaluation and development. Mr. Harold Anderson, Science Mr. Richard Anoe, Music Mr. John Artis, Soc. Studies Mr. Charles Avery, Foreign Lang. Department Chairman Mr. Richard Balstrode, Business Mr. Fitzhugh Barclay, English Mr. Dave Baron, Ind. Ed. Mrs. Barbara Barr, Hearing Mr. Donald Bauc, Ind. Ed. Mrs. Marna Bauer, Girls P.E. Mr. Ron Bauer, Boys P.E. Mr. Herbert Bean, English Department Chairman Mr. Ian Benjamin, Speech Department Chairman Miss Julie Benoit, Girls P.E. Mrs. Donna Bergeron, Soc. Studies Department Chairman Mrs. Betty Bergstrom, Girls P.E. Mr. Donald Berwanger, Art Miss Ruth Bisboer, Business Mrs. Georgia Blackstone, Guidance Mrs, Mary Iane Bluestein, English 144 FACULTY lp' :... li wum...., Cf- Sfgvfi fe x. fax Miss Carol Boleck, Home Ec. Mr. Ron Bonfiglio, Drivers Ed. Mr. Michael Bortel, Soc. Studies Mr. David Bortree, Psychologist Mr. Earl Brock, Hearing Miss Mary Brooks, Foreign Lang. Mr. Pershing Broome, Dean Mr. Maurice Browning, Dean Miss Kamala Buckner, Soc. Studies Mr. Al Budding, Boys P.E. Mrs. lacque Bunn, Math Mr. Robert Burgess, Science Mr. Donald Bush, Science Mrs. Orrel Canik, Foreign Lang. Mr, Oliver Carter, Dean Mr. Chet Chylinski, English Mr. Stanley Clauson, Business Mr. Floyd Coleman, Math Miss Norma Cooper, Math Miss jean Craig, English FACULTY 145 Mrs. Karen Cromwell, Drivers Ed. Miss Becky Crouse, Hearing Mrs. Lucille Curran, Guidance Mr. Theodore Czech, Guidance Mrs. ,lean Daily, English Mrs. Karen DePirro, Art Mr. Richard DePirro, Art Miss Zita Diebold, Guidance Mrs. Mary Io Dixon, Business Mr. John Duncker, English Mr. Ronald Ferguson, Boys P.E. Department Chairman Mrs. Sabra Fette, Girls PE. Mrs. Arlyne Filippi, Dean Mrs. Madeline Frazier, Math Mr. Thomas Gartland, Science Mrs. Naomi Geist, English Mrs. Kathleen Gibbons, English Miss Mildred Gilmore, Guidance Mr. Dean Goldie, Boys P.E. Mr. Robert Graham, Ind. Ed. 146 FACULTY f I I ,mlik 'IU'- -Tk ,e i L 1 X . t Mr. Ron Graham, O.A.S. Miss Carolyn Grant, Girls P.E Mrs. Patricia Hahto, English Miss Charlene Hairston, English Mrs. Nicole Hamilton, Foreign Lang. Mr. John Hardin, Speech Mrs. lane Haug, Home Ec. Mrs. Deana Haywood, Home Ec. Department Chairman Mr. Micheal Heft, Art Miss Nancy House, Girls PE. Mrs. Sheryl Howards, English Mr. Gabriel lanky, Math Mr. Peter Jensen, Drivers Ed. Mr. Iames Iewett, Soc. Studies Mrs, Eileen johnson, Business Mr. Nolan johnson, English Mrs. Lynn jones, Girls P.E. Mrs. Mary Iuzang, Business Mr. Richard Keller, Soc. Studies Mr. Phillip Kendrick, Soc. Studies FACULTY 147 Miss Amy Kenealy, English Miss Karen Kennicutt, Music Mr. Mitchell Kocan, Math Mr. Tom Kollintzas, Science Dr, jerry Lambert, Soc. Studies Mr. Leo Lazaroff, Science Mrs. Gwendolyn Lee, Social Studies Mr. William Lerch, Science Mr. Dave Lezeau, Drivers Ed. Mr. F. Carl Lohmar, Reading Mr. Wayne Lunak, Boys P.E. Miss Io Ann Macander, Home Ec. Mr. Robert Maxwell, Business Mrs. Io Anne McCue, English Mr. Frank McCully, Audio Visual Director Mr. Carlos Medrano, Drivers Ed. Miss Alice Michalak, Nurse Mr. Jay Midtlyng, Science Mr. John Mikenas, Soc. Studies Mr. Michael Moline, Ind. Ed. 148 FACULTY 4..A'A'x . N X X K. 1115 T1 Mr. Carl Mueller, Science Miss Carol Munro, Girls P.E. Mrs. janet Nemitz, Art Mr. Robert Nicholson, Boys P.E. Mr. Dave Nieson, Boys P.E. Mrs. Debra Nieson, Foreign Lang. Mr. Ben Nowakowski, Business Mr, Harold Olson, Business Mr. Eugene Opperman, Guidance Mrs. Mildred O'Rourke, Business Mr. Theodore Paonessa Guidance Mr. Clarence Penny, Ind. Ed. Mr. Bruce Peterson, Ind. Ed. Mrs. Patricia Pierre-Auguste, Science Mr. Darrell Prince, Business Mr. Douglas Quigley, Ind. Ed. Mr. Edward Rashke, Ind. Ed. Mr. Leonard Rauch, Soc. Studies Miss Carole Reiher, English Mr. Richard Rellis, Business FACULTY 149 Mr. Meredith Riclcert, Ind. Ed. Mrs. Dolores Riordan, Nurse Mrs. Dorothy Roberson, Home Ec. Mr. Gary Rosenblum, Soc. Studies Mr. Lamar Runestad, Music Department Chairman Mrs. Barbara Ryan, Foreign Lang. Mrs. Carolee Samuels, Home Ec. Miss Pamela Schultz, English Mr. Dennis Shannon, Science Mr. Wally Shatkowski, Driv- ers Ed. Dr. George Shouse, Science Mr. George Silagyi, Math Mrs. Aimee Simpson, Foreign Lang. Mrs. Jean Simpson, Guidance Mrs. Arlet Smith, Math Mr.,William Sokol, Ind. Ed. Mr. LeRoy Spadoni, Dean Mr. Jerome Steffe, Math De- partment Chairman Mr. David Steger, Soc. Studies Mrs. Donna Steger, Foreign Lang. 150 FACULTY 4' Wm is Qs. ,xl kwa 'Www in. Mrs. Eleanor Steiger, Math Miss Sharon Stoleson, Guidance Mr. Erwin Stuart, Ind. Ed. Department Chairman Mrs. Aileen Sumpter, English Mrs. Sara Sweeney, Speech Mr. Tim Sweeney, Speech Mr. Robert Theodore, Math Mr. David Thies, Science Mr. Kris Thomsen, English Mrs. Betty Thornton, Business Mrs. Inez Tolden, Director of Special Services Mr. Sam Tortorici, Drivers Ed. Mr. Donald Valiska, Soc. Studies Mrs. Patricia Valiska, English Mr. Robert Vater, Ind. Ed. Miss Karen Vogel, Foreign Lang. Mr. Stuart Vogel, English Mr. William Vogler, Boys P.E. Mr. Frank Walsh, Boys P.E. Mr. Arthur Wasik, Music FACULTY 151 Mrs, Mary Iane Watts, English Miss Margaret Werling, Soc. Studies Mr. Charles Wiechern, Science Mr. Richard Wilkinson, Science Miss Donna Williams, English Miss Marion Wognum, Art Mrs. Barbara Yeager, Hearing Mr. Melvin Zabicki, Math Mrs. Gloria Ziolkowski, English 152 FACULTY if rf' Mrs. Charlene White, Office Manager and Secretary to the Principal Mr. Joe Radanovich, Building Superintendent 3- : ' if-fit, , 8 43 Q A S -4 1 l'.i is B f M ,' t x FQ-Q.. .uv-4" ' '." '. 4 A, J .'-...xr ,t . ,. 4 Miss Linda Beeler, Head Librarian Mrs. Debbie Campbell, Librarian Miss Elsie Hunter, Librarian g ' . . A .--- sm-4 X. ..e. . I 522 . . Above Left: Miss Rosemary McCarthy, Librarian Above Right: Mr. Richard Bertetto, Social worker Left: Secretarial Staff: Seated: Mrs. Iudy Geschke, Mrs. Nell Holmer, Mrs. Doreen Silagyig Back Row: Chuck Hudson, Mrs. Loretta Nichols, Miss Lynn Quilici, Mrs. Shirley Sher- man, Mrs. Pat Sexton, Mrs. Agnes Wognum, Mrs. Marie Kopplin, Mrs. Jackie Thies, Mrs. Rose Canning, Mrs. Helen Darling, Mrs. Margaret Crisman, Mrs. janet Fullreide, Mrs. Lois Brown, Mrs. Betty Biesboser, Mrs. Nancy Winiecki Center Left: Building Department Day Shift: Front Row: john Dalenberg, Frank Schoenecker, Mrs. Ruby Evans, Mrs. jenny Schmidtke, Edward Brozowski, Frank Chmielewskip Back Row: Chester Niles, Elzie Pilson, Arnold Spoor, Roy Rockett, Max Fentem, Clifton Gerring, Bernard Mikenas, Arthur Kunkel Bottom Left: Building Department Night Shift: Front Row: Frank Szacik, Arthur Metzner, Russell Erickson, Back Row: Lester Leonhart, Ervin Helmantoler, Leonard Plowman, Garn Shockey FACULTY 153 SENICDRS All the hustle and bustle of the first three years of high school is equal to the amount of activity a senior encounters in his final year at TR. Liesure time is un- known to the 684 members of the class of '75. They direct all their energy to- ward future plans and present commitments. Moreover, combating "senioritis" is a major occupation during the spring. Yet, above all, seniors must use their high school experiences to shape their future lives. Senior Class Officers: Mike Gorski, vice president, Nancy Sertich, secretary: Nancy Lengel, treasurer, Kris Goralka, president Dawn Aarup - Girls Choir 1g TSSC 3,4. Iacqueline Abney Mark Ackerman - Highlanders 2-4, Tennis 2- 4, German Club 2. Dawn Adams Iohn Addleman - Cross Country 1,25 Swim- ming 1g Highlanders 3,4p Chairman 45 SOP 1-4, President 3,45 Student Advisory Committee 4. Nancy Ahlstedt Douglas Albert - Chorale 3,4g Basketball 1-4, Manager 1-45 Yearbook 3, Boys Club 4, Senior Board, Hall Guide 1. Dawn Albrecht Ioan Anderson - Lassies 2-4, Secretary-Trea- surer 4g Highlanders 2-4, Secretary 3, Historian 4, NHS 3,4g Guard 1-4, AFS 3,4. Ron Anderson - Baseball 1, Football 1, Band 4, NFL 2, Hockey 3. Steve Anderson - Symphonic Band 1-4, Presi- dent 4: Gymnastics 1. Verneda Anderson Diane Andresen Phyllis Armstrong Linda Asauskas Cynthia Bachmann Lawrence Backstrom - Football 1, Track 1, Swimming 2, Bagpipe 4, Boys Club 4. Mark Baker Cheryl Bakken Jeanine Bane 154 SENIORS has , v 'use K it f r f ie ff' -N ,Q I .Q 4' 'V' .Ms 'ty is 4b , , M ji' 4 . 5 ..,, , i Iudia Banks Adriane Barber - Girls Choir 15 Girls Club 1,25 PUBS 35 Pep Club 45 Hall Guide 4. RoseAnn Bartuzik Iohn Basile - Swimming 1-45 Water Polo 25 PST 2. William Baughman - Cross Country 1-45 Track 1-45 Indoor Track 45 1000 Mile Club 1-35 Boys Club 4, Senior Board. Charles Bay - Swim Team 1-45 Guard 1-45 Water Polo 3,45 German Club 1,2. Jerome Becka - Football 1-45 Track 1-45 NHS 3,4, Demelrie Bennett - Gymnastics 15 Cheerlead- ing 1-45 Choir 1-35 PUBS 1-45 Pep Club 1-4. lay Benson - Madrigals 45 Chorale 3,45 Thespi- ans 2,3, Secretary 25 Theatre Guild 1-35 Tennis 1. Billy Berden Valerie Bentley Sharon Berry - Pep Club 1,25 PUBS 35 TSSC 3. Lori Bertolini - Girls Club 1,2. Thomas Beyer - Guard 25 Math Club 2, Susan Binder - Cheerleading 3,45 Gymnastics 1-45 TSSC 2. Adolph Black - Football 15 PUBS 1. Allison Black john Black - Cross Country 1-35 Boys Club 1- 45 Vice-President 45 Thespians 2-45 Track 15 Highlanders 3,4. Daniel Boling - Baseball 2-45 Football 4. Anita Bolton - Volleyball 25 Basketball 25 Girls Club 3. Robert Boomsma - SCOT 3. Suzan Booth - Lassies 45 SCOT 1-4, Michael Bost jerry Brecheisen Lynn Brennan - Track 1. Robert Brezich Diane Bringman -Theatre Guild 2-4, Secretary 45 Thespians 3,45 NFL 1-45 NFL 1-4, Secretary 45 Math Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Math Team 3,4. Sue Brink - Swimming 1-45 Guard 15 Basket- ball 35 Tennis 4. Iayne Broberg Rita Bronson - Girls Club 1-4, Historian 45 Highlanders 2-45 AFS 4. Barbara Browner Daniel Buchanan - Baseball 25 Gymnastics 2,35 Lettermen's Club 35 German Club 25 Boys Club 1-4. Cynthia Bugajsky Bernard Burich Tom Bush - Swimming 1-45 Guard 1-4, Head Boys Guard 45 Highlanders 3,45 Water Polo 3,45 Football 1,2. . 7 . fr :si ...ef T? ., gi l V ig' J l 8 i I1 --.' 'J. rx? . 1. , 1 ' f -4.-,'j. ,, -1, SENIORS 155 Viola Butler Janice Byerly - SCOT 1, FTA 1-3, Vice Presi- dent 3, Mixed Choir 1, Girls Choir 2. Geraldine Bynum - Mixed Choir 1, PUBS 3,4, Girls Club 3. Russell Calabrese- Football 1-4, Baseball 1-4. Marco Caldana Rinaldo Camera Charles Campbell Cheryl Cangemi jerry Cantrell- Football 1,2. Rose Carraway - Pep Club 1, PUBS 2, Mixed Choir 2, SOP 3, Spanish Club 3. james Castelnuovo - Football 1-2, Wrestling 1, German Club 1,2. Michael Cerda - SCOT 2, A-V 3. Gail Chandler Arletha Cherry - Girls Choir 1-3, Lassies 2-4, PUBS 2-4, Secretary 4, May Queen Court 3, Spanish Club 4. Gail Chestine Susie Childress - Girls Club 1-4, Council 1-3, President 4, SCOT 1-4, Senator 1-4, Corre- sponding Secretary 2,3, Girls Glee Club 4, AFS 1-4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Art Club 2. Gary Christian -Football 1-4, Baseball 1-4, Swimming 1. Glenn Christian -Cross Country 1-3, Track 1, 2, Highlanders 2, Gymnastics 1. Linda Cobbs - PUBS 3,4, Vice President 4, Student Advisory Committee 4. Sara Cobbs Rili Coburn - Lassies 4, Talisman 4, Yearbook 4, Mixed Choir 2, Girls Glee Club 1. Edward Coconato Mae Atrice Cole - PUBS 1. lane! Coleridge Richard Collins - Football 1, Track 1, SCOT 3, DO 4. Donald Comiskey - NHS 3,4, Highlanders 1,2, SOP 3,4. lean Connelly - Lassies 3,4, SCOT 1-4, Sena- tor 3,4, Swimming 1, Guard 1, Timers 1. Esther Cook Michael Corbett Kathy Cornelison Tom Corradin - Highlanders 2-4. Sue Cosman Mary Costello - Girls Club 1-4, Thespians 2-4, Lassies 4. Brenda Cox - NHS 3,4, Girls Club 1-4, Pom Pons 3,-4, Highlanders 3,4, Guard 2. Cheryl Cox - Lassies 3,4, Highlanders 3,4, Chorale.3,4, NHS 3,4, Timers 1-4, Vice Presi- dent 3. 156 SENIORS E s. 4 'f ' 'za' . J i Nlfifs si K p WY, , E 3 K l Y uxjaffjv 4 EN. ht ' 'Tn' +G- te: Hwy x 5 rs-A J so 'W' , Jan. 0 X54 . ...... ..,... . , With the help of Mr. Graham, Olga Zdanovics selects her courses during self-scheduling. K 4 Q , . A 5 -2 Y 35 4 'vii ll Q, Q'-ii" ' 5 X ... as 'kt "' I. 51 N , -in Y A i 6920 ,W Pamela Cox- OE 4. james Craig - Mixed Choir 1, 25 Chorale 3,45 Thespians 25 Highlanders 4. Sandy Crest Juliette Croteau - Chorale 45 Madrigals 45 Thespians 3,45 Speech Team 3,45 Girls Glee Club 3. Iohn Cunningham - Astronomy Club 1-3, Treasurer 2, President 35 Chess Club 2-4, Trea- surer 35 Guard 2. Dan Curatolo - Gymnastics 1-4. Ben Czaswicz Melanie Czech - NHS 3,45 Spanish Honor So- ciety 45 Girls Club 1-3. Iohn Daley - DO 45 Mixed Choir 1,2. Patricia Darling Michael D'Auben - PST 1-4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 45 Yearbook 4, Academics Editor5 A- V 3, 4. Diane Davia Vinava Davis - fTransferred from St. Willi- brord H.S.J Spanish Club 25 Science Club 2. Ramon Davis Maureen Deane - Girls Club 1-3. Russel DeI.uca - Band 35 Highlanders 45 Gym- nastics 15 Boys Club 2,3. Lauren Dewey Larry DeWitt Alan DeYoung - Band 1-45 SOP 2-4,Historian 3,4. Shirlette Dickey SENIORS - 157 2 ,, ff ? . 4,53 ! W A , , , 3 , ,. . 5'f ':. Us ' H it For seniors, prom is an event many hope to attend. john King, Debbie White, Cheryl Kueker, and Tom Mau realize these hopes. in mei?- Carl Dillingham Alexander DiMare - Baseball 35 Soccer 25 Wrestling 15 Spanish Club 3. Ioseph Dittmann Iohn Donofrio Alise Dotson Ianet Doss - Yearbook 4, Organizations Edi- tor5 SOP 3,4, Recording Secretary 3,45 Band 2, 35 Hall Guide 2-45 SCOT 2. Eric Douglas Barbara Downey Donald Drewenski Cynthia Duke - Highlanders 2-45 Girls Club 1- 35 Guard 25 Swimming 4. Gail Duncan Denise Dwyer -Lassies 2-4, Piper Captain 45 Swimming 1-4, Co-Captain 2-45 NHS 3,45 May Queen Court 3, Maid of Honor5 Homecoming Court 4, Queen. Kevin Dwyer Michael Dwyer Laura Earle - Timers 35 Choir 1-4. Laura Ebert Cynthia Eckrich - Girls Club 1-45 Bowling 2. joseph Egan - Cross Country 1-45 Highlanders 2-45 Yearbook 4, Editor5 Track 1-35 NHS 3,4. Dawn Eirman - Girls Club 1-45 SCOT 1-45 Thespians 3,45 NPL 3,45 Baseball 2. Harry Ekstrom - Baseball 1-45 Basketball 1. IT ff' ' fi-5:1 be J ev-5, f gt r L ,-,N Agfa 59 1 i 'Q' M, it vwyfy- 158 - SENIORS William Elipani Howard Ellison Donna Erikson Elizabeth Ernd Robert Everts David Eyelander Daniel Faoro David Fazekas Stanley Fields - Wrestling 45 PUBS 4. Michael Fiello Bruno Filipiak Michael Fink Charles Finley Michael Finney Iuliana Fiumara - Bagpipe 4, Exchange Editor5 SCOT 4, Senator5 Girls Club 45 Art Club 2,45 SOP 3. Daniel Fleischman -Highlanders 2-4, Vice Chairman 45 Guard 1,25 PST 35 Basketball 1,25 Boys Club 2. Charles Floyd Charles Follis Thomas Ford - Highlanders 2-45 Math Club 2- 45 Spanish Club 25 Art Club 35 Chorale 4. Donald Foreman - Football 1,25 Wrestling 2,35 SCOT 1-45 Yearbook 4, Photographer. Kathy Fornowski Jeffrey Fox IoAnn Foy Jayson Fraser - Football 1-35 Wrestling 1-45 Boys Club 45 Homecoming Court 4. Gloria Frazier Cindy Frederick Tom Friedman lack Gagliano -I-lightanders 3,45 Math Club 25 Chorale 3,45 Mixed Choir 2, Patricia Gasik Cynthia Gasior - DE 4, Treasurer 45 NHS 3,45 NFL 1-35 Theatre Guild 2,3, Vice President: Highlanders 1-3. Donna Gatewood - PUBS 3,4, Vice President 35 Student Principal Advisory Committee 35 Girls Club 2,3. Richard Gavillet - Football 2,35 Wrestling 1-35 Track 1, Susan George - NFL 2-45 Thespians 2-45 AFS 3,45 Highlanders 45 Swimming 1-3. Bob Gibertini Ioan Gismondi 'O' fx .132--ev 4, :Z an , X jet gg ,il F' 1 ,fi it Q Q07 1112 B 4 45.3 4- 2. 'X' i 4 . ,.v.,. .'g t AI 1 SENIORS - 159 Al Glaser james Goeppner Gina Golab Karen Goldsmith - Girls Club 1-45 Timers 15 Pep Club 1,25 DE 4, Reporter. Kevin Goldsmith Linda Goldsworthy Patricia Gomben - French National Honor ,So- ciety 1. Kristine Goralka - Cheerleading 2-45 NHS 3,45 Honor Guide 35 Bagpipe 4, Cartonist5 Talisman 3,4. Cynthia Gorchos Michael Gorski - Football 1-45 Baseball 1-45 Highlanders 2-45 Boys Club 2-45 Basketball 1. Sheryl Gragg Susan Grand - GAA 1, Vice President5 SCOT 25 Girls Club 1-4. Theresa Grandberry - Girls Club 1,25 Pep Club 4. Hal Greenberger - Gymnastics 1-45 Tennis 1- 35 Speech Team 3,4. Diane Griffin Rita Gron - Gymnastics 1,25 OE 4. William Guetschow - Band 45 Reading Lab Tutor 4, Ianet Gulliver - Girls Club 1-45 Chorale 3,45 Highlanders 2-4. Nancy Gyger - Lassies 45 NFL 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Highlanders 45 Theatre Guild 2-4. Charlotte Haddon Dawn Halicky Bruce Hall - Cross Country 1-4, Captain 3,45 Track and Field 1-45 Bagpipe 3,4 Editor 45 Highlanders 2-45 NHS 3,4. Liz Hall- Swimming 1-45 Guard 1-45 Lassies 3, 45 Timers 1-4, Vice President 25 NHS 3,4. Charles Hamby Theodora Hampton Mary Handler Annetta Hannon Tim Hard - Football 15 Swimming 1,25 Band 1, 2: SOP 4. Sandra Harper Dorothy Harrison Gail Hasik Edmund Hawkins Daniel Hayes Laura Hayes Monica Heide 160 SENIORS ., 4 .. , " sm- -' .A J i f 'if' x 9i"E.e'5.lrr .ai it -NN 5 T? 5 . Q f if J 693 . li 5 4 1 W 65 A s Ea- T., , x 4 I -e ,, . sf 955 X, Edward Heil - SOP 1 4 First Vice President 3 4 Patricia Healy Raynette Herring - Choir 1 3 Pep Club 1 4 PUBS 1-4g Lassies 4, Bill Hibbard - Highlanders 4 Tony Hirschenberger NHS 3 4 Bagpipe 4 Sports Editor 4g Highlanders 4 Track 1 Cross Country 2. Kimberly Hoekstra - Chorale 3 4 Therese Hoffman Iim Hollahan - Chorale 4 Thespians 4 Debra Hollins - GAA 1 Charles Holmer - Band 1 2 Football 1 Wres tling 1: SCOT 1-4. Pai Holmer james Hommema Lamont Honeysucker Stan Horton - Basket johnny Houston Patricia Iacobs Sharon Jacobs - PUBS 2 Girls Club 3 4 Pom Pons 4. Charles Iacobsma Ajay Ianc Cynthia Ianczak - GAA 1 Karen Jarard - Highlanders 2- 4: Volleyball 1-4, Captain 35 NHS 3,47 Math Team 3,45 FTA 4 . Michael Iercha Sigvard Iohansson - AFS 4 Highlanders 4g Swimming 4 Water Polo 45 Math Club 4. Treasurer. Betty Johnson Bruce Iohnson 5957 X Qu Sandy Wolff and Tony Suggs celebrate Tony's birthday with a piece of chocolate cake N ' X 2 S., .. f ., S A U i 'iw "- 1 4 k'-1 ,lff , E22 iii! T ii 4 4 7 f 162 - SENIORS Darlene Johnson - Girls Club 1 GAA 17 French Club Zg Timers 4 SOP 4. David johnson Kim johnson Lorita johnson - Girls Club 1-4 HERO 4. Robert Johnson - Baseball 2, Theodore Iohnson Douglas jones Dirk Ioren Mark Ioritz james Judge Faye lunior Karen lurkash joe Kaczmarski Michele Kaminski Debra Kamykowski - Girls Club 1,2. Bill Kausal Ellen Keane Joseph Keefner - Chorale 3,4, President 45 Madrigals 3,45 Gymnastics 1-45 Highlanders 45 Baseball 1,2. Susan Kelley - HERO 4. Peggy Kelly Debra Kempa - CWT 4. Susan Kernagis Audrey King -NFL 1-45 Debate 1-4, Corre- sponding Secretary 25 Speech Team 1-45 Girls Glee Club 1,4, President 15 Mixed Choir 2. Carole King - Library Assistant 35 Student Gym Assistant 35 SOP 4. Elaine King- PUBS 1. Thomas Kirby - Football 1-35 Baseball 1,2. Mark Kircher - Baseball 1-45 Football 1. Patricia Kirklin - Mixed Choir 15 PUBS 2,35 Girls Club 4. Mary Knabe - Pep Club 1,25 Tennis 2,3, Stu- dent Manager5 Volleyball 2,3, Student Manag- er5 Basketball 2,35 Student Manager. Patricia Knoll- Swimming 2, Girls Glee Club 2, 3. Ianis Knuth - Chorale 45 Girls Glee Club 3. Annette Koch - Lassies 2-45 Thespians 2-4, President 45 NHS 3,45 NFL 2-45 Highlanders 2- 4. Diane Koliboski Glenn Kommer Ierry Koontz Frank Koronkiewicz - Wrestling 2-45 Baseball 2.-4. Deborah Kortum - TSSC 1-4, Secretary 3, His- torian 45 Lassies 45 Choir 1,2. Laura Kostro julie Koval - Symphonic Band 2-4, Secretary 3, 45 Varsity Band 15 TSSC 2-4, Secretary 45 SCOT 3,45 NHS 354. Dan Kratovil julie Kruse - Cheerleading 2-45 Gymnastics 1, 45 Girls Club 2. Francis Krzus Karen Kubiszak - Choir 1,25 Girls Glee Club 3. Alice Kuiken - Pom Pons 2-4, Co-Captain 45 May Queen Court 35 Girls Club 2. Ronald Kulinski 5:-1, 5 ts.. 1. W -z .it if 4 3? gi. .1 ..,, . , 5 f 352' ii-41,1 fi . -mf SENIORS - 163 - -iwvggql Q ,f,.,. i ipg 5 C . , T . S-g.E i , ,.gg.ga'f Y f A T1 . " 1 - si 54 'Q .g4',Q?12'i3 '- L' 5. 'Q if F5 'R '-4 2 . . 2. 1 cr' . . . we Sgr ' H 164 - SENIORS .i s ' K Li' -Q xv ,5:,f' Q K Karl Kurth Robert Ladford - Theatre Guild 2. Don Lane - Football 1,25 Wrestling 1-35 DO 4. Sharon Lapp Mike Lau A Theatre Guild 2-45 Thespians 3,4. Heidi Laucius Charles Laurencell - Football 1-45 Wrestling 1- 45 Baseball 2-4. Stephen Leason joseph Le Beau Mona Lee - Girls Glee Club 1-45 PUBS 3,4, Secretary 4. Carol Lemon Nancy Lengel - Girls Club 2-4, Vice President 35 SCOT 2-45 Talisman 45 Highlanders 2-45 OE 4. David Lesniewski - Basketball 1-4. Kathy Lettiere Ianet Lew - NHS 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Highlan- ders 45 AFS 3,45 Girls Club 1-3. Laura Lewis - SCOT 1-45 Girls Club 2-45 Las- sies 3,45 Bagpipe 45 Yearbook 4, Copy Editor. Cynthia Libby Karen Livengood Eileen Lockrey - Girls Club 4. Danny Loggins - PUBS 1,25 Football 15 Gym- nastics 15 CWT 4. Freda Long -Girls Glee Club 1-45 Girls Club 1- 4. Sheila Loonam Manual Luna Pat Lyons David Mach Michael Mach Augustus Mack john Macknyk Daniel Malcic Jerry Malloy - Math Club 25 Boys Club 4f Michelle Maluga - Lassies 2-45 Chorale 3,45 Madrigals 45 Girls Club 1-45 Gymnastics 1. Regina Mancha -Choir 1-35 Chorale 45 Swim- ming 35 Spanish Club 45 Girls Club 1-4. Ann Manes - Basketball 2-45 Tennis 2-45 Soft- ball 2-4. Marianne Mangano Renee Mantz - TSST 1,25 DO 45 VICA 4. Donald McCoy Sharon McDavid - Talisman 4' PUBS 2. Kathy McDonald - Bagpipe 3, Copy Editor, Yearbook 4 Assistant Editor, French Honor Society 1-4, Quill and Scroll 3,4. Linda McDowell - Choir 1, Mixed Choir 2, Gymnastics 3, Swimming 1. Mike McCinness - Wrestling 1,2. Wing Ding Holly Rice performs at a football assembly. I Kevin McGraw - Gymnastics 1-45 Highlanders 2-4. Kyle McHaney - Yearbook 4, Index Editor, Photographyer 4, PST 3,4. Michelle Mclrlaney - Mixed Choir 1,23 Chorale .3,4, PUBS 1,23 Highlanders 3,45 Talisman 4. Kathy McKeough - Thespians 2-4, Scribe 4, NFL 1-4, NHS 3,4g Speech Team 1-4g SCOT 1. Lee Meeder - NHS 3,4, Football 1,2g Choir 1. Charles Mardoian Sharon Marsala - Lassies 3,45 French Club 1-3g Pep Club 1. William Marshall - Cross Country 1-4, Road Runners Club 2-4, Vice President 3, President 45 1000 Mile Club 1, 2, Track 1-4g Bagpipe 4, Edito- rial Editor. Vivian Mayes Mary McCormick - Pom Pons 3,4, Secretary 4, Highlanders 4, Girls Club 3,45 Guard 2,3g Timers 1, 2. -'is 5 asf' , .,,t. - fi I t 4 SENIORS - 165 Library is transformed into a barn by Bagpipe staff, Bill Marshall, Bob Voss, and Iulie Fiumara. Dan Boling pauses on his way to the library. W vw, 166 - SENIORS Maryellen Meneghin - Pom Pons 3,45 Girls Club 2,35 Pep Club 15 Chorale 3,45 Mixed Choir 1,2. Crystal Mergler - Girls Club 1,2,45 OE 4. Camy Merkelback Iudy Merritt - Lassies 3,45 TSSC 2-45 Girls Club 1-4. Phil Messerschmidt - Gymnastics 1-45 Tennis 1-3. Sandra Meyer - Girls Club 2. Ken Meyerchick - Baseball 1-4. Ken Michalik David Midtlyng - Cross Country 1-45 Track 1- 45 NHS 3,45 Highlanders 3,r, Treasurer 45 Band 1-4, Student Director 4. Laurel Miedema - Lassies 45 Chorale 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 1,2. David Mikolajczak - SCOT 45 Football 1,2. Maureen Milligan Catherine Minota - Lassies 4. Vickey Mitchell Karen Moffett -Gymnastics 15 Cheerleading 2. Robert Moline - Band 1-45 SOP 3,45 Boys Club 2,45 German Club 3. Sandra Moore - Reading Lab Tutor 25 May Queen Court 35 DO 45 SCOT 4. Dora Moreno Debbie Morgan Kenneth Morgan - Theatre Guild 2-45 Thes- piand 3,45 NPI. 3,4. Cassandra Morris - Girls Glee Club 15 Girls Choir 25 Chorale 3,45 Highlanders 4. Steven Morris - Spanish Honor Society 45 -5 Coin Club 2,3. Anthony Morris - Football 1-45 Baseball 1,25 uf Basketball lg Wrestling 2. - Lynn Mossell Marie Mossoczy -.MM K, O 1 1? Patricia Moynihan - Girls Club 1-35 DO 4. if Linda Mueller - Pep Club 2-4, President 45 SCOT 45 Talisman 45 GAA 25 Girls Glee Club 3,4, - A 2 Laura Mulder - Lassies 45 Madrigals 45 Chorale 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Mixed Choir 1,2. , - Cindy Mullen - Swimming 1-45 TSSC 1-45 ff' Guard 1-45 Bagpipe 3, Page Editor5 Yearbook 4 S orts Editor . WW fc. , We Q ,I iiii fi! M, Michelle Mullins - SCOT 2-4, Congressman 2- ii! wifi -'e tw' ' f. r. 2 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Chorale 4. - - john Murphy Mary Murphy - HERO 45 Choir 1,25 Math Club 25 VICA 4. Patricia Murphy Valerie Murphy - Band 1,25 Girls Club 1,2,45 SOP 45 Pep Club 4, Gayle Murray Mark Muzal Donna Myers Pauline Mysliwiec - NHS 3,45 SOP 1-4, Archi- vist 4. Earlean Nelson Sharon Nelson - TSSC 1-4, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 45 Highlander 2-45 NHS 3,45 AES 2-4, Por- eign Exchange Student 35 Guard 1-4. Ron Nemeth Y Basketball 1-45 Cross Country Thomas Nesvick Michael Newell - PUBS 2, HERO 3. John Niemiec - PST 3. Donna Nolan - Yearbook 4. Carol Nolte Dorothy Nowins Nicky Nykaza Michael Nylen - Gymnastics 1-4. David Oakes . 1 Q Nancy O'Block Susan O'Brien Marie O'Donnell Dan Oliver -Baseball 2. Kimberly O'L0ne - Talisman 3,4, Associate Fiction Editor 4. qv' 6, AR , .. an , X 4 ki ' x A ' .gui as s, A qi' J is ...I-'five' 5, , . 2: z mi? 9 2 .. - sm. R 2 ,lf ,osx .a, , , 9-.. T' " 3, J SENIORS - 167 Karen Olsen Larry Olson Maureen O'Malley - FTA 1-4, Secretary 2,3, Girls Club 1-4, Girls Choir 2, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Track 174. Lynette Onak - Lassies 3,4, Highlanders 3,4, Talisman 4, NHS 3,45 NPI. 1-4. Diana Pala - Girls Club 1,2, Spanish Club 4. Debbie Pallotta Kathy Panozzo - Girls Club 1-3, Gymnastics 1, Class Officer 1, Treasurer, OE 4. Pamela Papas - Swimming 4, Girls Club 1-4, Guard 1-4, Choir 1,25 SCOT 4, Karen Parejko Carol Parham - Lassies 2,4, Homecoming Court 4, Choir 1-4, PUBS 2-4, Band 1. Karen Parkinson - Band 1,2. Kendall Parrott - Boys Club 1-3, Band 1,2, Football 1. Cheryl Patterson - Softball 2-4, Bowling 4. Diane Patterson Debra Pavlacka Van Pavlakis - Track 1-4, Football 1,2. Cherlynne Pearson David Pedric - Football 1,2, Wrestling 1, High- landers 3,4. Marybeth Pencakowski Iamie Peterson Sue Petersen - Cheerleading 2-4. Kristy Pettit David Pfister Michael Phelps - Football 1, Wrestling 2. Kevin Pierie Matt Piescinski - NFL 1-4, President 2, Vice President 4, Thespians 1-4, NHS 3,4, Boys Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Tennis 1-4. Raymond Piet Sharon Pietras - Volleyball 2-4, Basketball 2-4, Softball 1-4, Bagpipe 4, Tennis 4. Ronald Pigrm - Basketball 1-3, Track 1,3,4. Robert Poerio Edward Polanski Gregory Price john Price Sandra Prince - Girls Choir 1,2. Steve Przekwas 168 SENIORS gf df' Q .V J Q37 X XX Wt' if D 'igifkiil A, g..-,Y .- 1. K ' f:.,:-:if 1-. -'f 552242352 .-:-za:-.ifx-:I-11. Q -if , ' , fir 'l v 'T'T's li,- it 13 eg 'X 'Qt ' 5 fi r .sr Q- - 3' s . E 'KS 5 ii! f .. L X me - gb E Q, , X 4 ,Q N v 1 r , c ie 1 ,- li K 1 n', I 3 .5 :".': E .',. . , ii J.. 1? VH, fm' Il' . , '1 The Thornridge Marching Band practices for their upcoming performance at a Falcon football game, I I Ronald Pufahl Sharon Pulley Michael Purnam Ward Pytosky Annalien Rabbers - Swimming 1, Richard Radick Patricia Rattleff - Library Assistant 2. Gloria Rayford - PUBS 4. Mary Rebus - Tennis 3, Pep Club 1,2g Girls Club 1-4. Karen Reichel - Pom Pons 3,4, Second Co- Captain 4, Girls Club 1-4, Service Chairman 4g Highlanders 2-4. Darlene Reitz - Highlanders 3,4, Secretary 4, TSSC 1-4, Vice President 4, Chorale 4, Madri- gals 4, NHS 3,4. Jocelyn Rials - Chorale 4, PUBS 1-3: Girls Club 1-45 Girls Glee Club 3. Cindy Ricchiuto - Mixed Choir 1g Spanish Club Z: SOP 3, SCOT 45 OE 4, Historian 4. Hollie Rice -Falcon Bird 4, SCOT 2,45 Girls Club 4. Nancy Richmond - Mixed Choir 25 Girls Glee Club 3,4, Vice President 4, Girls Club 4. Iames Rizzitielio Leon Roberts Richard Roberts Thera Roberts Leonia Robinson - Lassies 4, Girls Club 2- 4. SENIORS 169 It As Betty Sikora and newly-chosen Maid of Honor Denise Dwyer look on, Vivian 5him0Y3IT13, lafif YCHFIS Qlweflf CTOWHS Arlefha Cherry 35 the new Queen at the 1974 Mother-Daughter Banquet. In as .. ..lo 9 " f -f - 12.1.1 -f 43- fiififf --amfwf.. ,W 'Z Q X enie on 5 I R I , ,,., . . f f eee V 2 zff fe -1'.2g ,, .., ' 5 e , f f. f 170 - SENIORS Linda Robinson - Mixed Choir 25 Girls Choir 35 PUBS 35 Girls Glee Club 4. Richard Rogich Gail Rossi - Girls Club 1-4, Recording Secre- tary 3, Corresponding Secretary 45 Class Offi- cer 2, Treasurer5 May Queen Court 35 Home- coming Court 45 Twirlers 2-4. Debbie Rothbard - Lassies 2-4, Co-Captain 4 Girls Club 2. Dennis Rutkowski Patrick Ryan Sue Rykiel Karen Sajdak Charlene Samuelson - Mixed Choir 25 Girls Glee Club 35 Chorale 4. Jane Santefort - Girls Club 1,25 Choir 1,25 Chorale 3,45 Lassies 3,4. Susan Sasak - SCOT 4. Constance Saunders Nancy Scheckel Greg Scheldberg Mark Schild -Cross Country 25 Highlanders 3, 45 French Club Z,3. Helen Schleng David Schmal - Gymnastics 1-35 Track 1-45 Swimming 4. Diane Schroeder Lisa Schroeder - Girls Club 1. Nannette Scott Ginette Scuderi Iohn Seaquist - Football 1-45 Wrestling 1-4. Patricia Segal- Highlanders 3,45 APS 3. Cathy Serocinski - Pom Pons 3,4, Historian 4. Larry Serocinski Nancy Sertich - Twirlers 2-4, Captain 35 High- landers 2-41 SCOT 15 May Queen Court 3. Timothy Shannon Donna Siegele - Mixed Choir 15 Girls Glee Club 2-4. Betty Sikora - Bagpipe 4, News Editorp May Queen Court 35 Cheerleading 2,45 Chorale 3,45 Madrigals 4. Brian Simnick Susan Singleton - Girls Club 3,45 Swimming .35 Art Club 4. Pam Sitkowski Mary Skalski - Pom Pons 3,45 Girls Club 25 Hall Guide 2. Iohn Skiba -Baseball 1,2. Robert Sliga - Baseball 1-45 Spanish 25 High- landers 4, Lawrence Smaga Mark Smaga Bill Smigel - PST 1-4, President 3,45 NHS 3,45 Yearbook 35 German Club 25 Track 2. Andrea Smith Debbie Smith Debbie Smith - Girls Club 35 Hall Guide 25 PUBS 35 Spanish Club 1. Tracie Smith - Girls Club 45 Mixed Choir 1. Vineata Smith - NHS 3,4. Willie Smith ' Mary Smolinski Renee Snitowsky - Band 1-45 Girls Club 1,4. IoAnn Solich lames Speights Glenn Spotts Michael Spraggins Sherry Stanfield Patty Steffens - Bagpipe 4. Dennis Stella - Theatre Guild 4g Thespians 45 Speech Team 45 Golf 45 NFL 4. Renee Stepanian - Girls Club 15 SCOT 25 DO 4: VICA 4. Iohn Stepek wwf Q K sh ii S u. ,mf g ! sa- N Y 9 S C +5 'K- 4 Q v 1 5' H X. ,. f... 511 L , f af vi J 2 L. I ai x Skit? . gi ,E X SENIORS - 171 Laura Parejko Stepek - Swimming 3, 45 HERO 3, Girls Choir 1. . Kathleen Stewart 1:34...r : 5 as .sm - ' ' '15 K: fi. L . t N.. ,, - ae .. it Q P ':" " pl , W 'IN will-Xllxlfe ' tl jx- XX QA- i a 0 SP1 it ngtgtgt ,E few. 2 NW xx g, s N no Ioan Stojak - Girls Club 1-4, Trea- surer 4, Highlanders 2-4, Coronation Chairman 4, Pep Club 1, A-V 4, DE 4. 172- SENIORS Carolyn Stone - Mixed Choir 1, GAA 1,25 Girls Club 1,2, PUBS 3. Charlene Stremme - Pep Club 1, Bookstore 2-4. at I Fittings for caps and gowns are one step toward graduation. Here, Larry DeWitt, Sue Cos- man, and Laurel Miedema have their measurements taken. -"a "iie 1-1 --Is If . 4 -.i,-' !f1zffEi.EE2i David Stromberg ' Band 1,2 Adrienne Sturgis Sandra Sudaz Anthony Suggs Iames Sullivan Scott Swortz - Basketball Manager 15 Baseballl 1,25 Boys Club 1 Larry Synakiewicz - Yearbook 3,4 Photogra- pher, Bagpipe 4, Photographer, PST 3,4, Vice President 3 Nancy Synovic janet Sypole - Thespians 2-4, NFL 2-4, FTA 1 Karen Szamatowicz .A +5 vt-x1YY1x71f Sf' r'f"! o . at, Fi l , Q I Y 5' pw '17-11 'J'-'33 f:.X Bob Warner, Debbie Wiltjer, Ken Zartler, and Mike Wray examine Christmas baskets in the SCOT office. Tom Szarek Stephen Talaga Terry Tankersley - Coin Club 3,4. David Tanner Ellen Tanner Victor Taybron Iacqueline Taylor - PUBS 2, lean Teach - Girls Club 1-45 Lassies 3,4g May Queen Court 3. Veon Tinsey Craig Thomas - Football 25 VICA 4, DO 4. Iohn Thomson Karl Tomky - Wrestling 1. Bonnie Travis Denise Tuftedal Virginia Tyrrell X W' me at 1 1 5, c- N N1 1 1 Q V x ..0,. SENIORS - 173 "A Cry of Players," a contest play produced by Theatre Guild, was a review of Shakespeare's life. Actors are Pete Cieply, Annette Koch, Glenn Townsend Ted Leverich, Dan Forrest, and Matt Piescinski. in it 5 e 1' 1 'A if. , t 1,2 5, Fw mx- 1 . v gtk? .,t. - 5 F if N it 21, t't K t K, 'Qi they-A 174 - SENIORS i1x'l'5wX 0 2516510 t Q tiff Jerome Ulanowski - Football 1-3, Wrestling 1- 4, Track 1. Karen Valente - NHS 3,4, Bowling 3,4, Stu- dent Advisory Committee 4. Susan Vandemerkt Margaret Vander Myde - NHS 3,4, Lassies 2-4, co-captain 4, Madrigals 4, Thespians 1-4, NFL 2-4. Karen Van Heel Karen Vankat - Lassies 3,4, Drummer Captain 4. Debra Vaul - FTA 2-4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Educational Occupations 3,4, -Talisman 4, Pep Club 1, Hall Guide 2. Larry Vickers - Football 1, Swimming 1-4, Water Polo 3,4. Deborah Vinciguerra Robert Voss - Bagpipe 3,4, Photographer, Fea- ture Editor 4, Cross-Country 1-3, Track 2, French Honor Society 3, Roadrunners 2-4. Robert Wadman - Math Club 2-4, Football 1. Mary Walenga - Choir 3. Ellen Walter Linda Walter Sandra Wantuch - Girls Club 1-4. jeffrey Warner Daniel Warren Andrew Washington james Washington - Football 1-3, Wrestling 1, Track 2, VICA 4, Band 1,2. Rodena Washington Regina Webb Harry Weede - CWT 4. Mary Ann Weinberger - Pom Pons 2-4, Cap- tain 4: Yearbook 3,45 Principal Advisory Com- mittee 4. Ronald Wells - Band 1-4, Wrestling 15 Gym- nastics 1. Kathy Werner - Talisman 4. Annetta White Marie White Theodore White - Band 1-4. Diane Whiting - Lassies Z-4, Bagpipe 4, Man- aging Editor 4g SCOT 3, Treasurer 33 Girls Club 1,2g FTA 1. Gloria Whittington - Freshman Class Officer 1, Secretary, Sophomore Class Officer 2, Secre- taryp Cheerleading 2-4, Captain 4, Homecom- ing Court 4g Principal Advisory Committee 4. ! 'Q sf ev , " .1 ig is Tracy Sallay tutors Beverly Huff in reading skills in the reading laboratory. 1-2--::" 435' si" ...- .. ,,,,, .-rim ,Ax f it K Y' TN'-C ii .vN"'TT,fv ,,. .. , . f.. V - :Ei-4 vie. SENIORS - 175 Debbi Whyte - Highlanders 2,3g Hall Guide 25 Girls Club 42 SCOT 2. William Wilburn Y Language Lab Assistant 2-4. Died Ian. 12. David Wilkie Dian Wilkins Greg Wilkins - Gymnastics 1, Zg German Club 2, President 2. is ww 176 - SENIORS ,ffl I rf 2 .4 Bill Srnigel reads a book for English in the library. Shelley Wilkinson Steve Wilkinson Lillie Williams Robbin Williams - DECA 4g SCOT 35 Girls Choir 15 Girls Club 1-4. Rosalyn Williams Travis Williams Yvette Williams J Debbie Wiltjer - Twirlers 2-4, Co-captain 4g SCOT 4, Corresponding Secretary 41 Girls Club 3,4. Leonard Wisniewski Q - Sandy Wolff - Cheerleading 3,4, co-captain 4g Pom Pons 25 Gymnastics 1-4. Dean Womack Michael Wray - SCOT 3,4, President 4: Foot- ball 1,25 Chorale 4. Richard Wrede - AFS 2-4, Foreign Exchange Student 3, President 4, Thespians 2-4, Vice President 3,45 NFL 1-4, Bagpipe 4, Business Manager 4, Highlanders 2-4. Bernadette Wright - PUBS 1-4, Vice President 4, SCOT 1, Hall Guard 1, Chorale 4. Debra Wright Nadine Wychelewski Sandy Wyrobek Christie Yanek - SOP 4, Hall Guide 1. Chris Yosan Chris Zabor Mary Zajac Frederick Zajeski jeff Zapchenk Constance Zarris Kenneth Zartler Cynthia Zatarga Olga Zdanovics Iames Zeigler Iudy Zeigler Linda Zwier 4 4,41 L, p pifwa Raven Randall QI' Seniors Joe Egan, Larry Synakiewicz and Laura Lewis work together to finish a page of the Piper. 'Q ef"" r 5 Sai SENIORS 177 IUNICJRS Being a junior meant being faced with a big decision of selecting a class ring. It also meant beginning to prepare for col- lege with preliminary testing. Perhaps the most important thing to juniors was that they were only a step away from becoming seniors. For juniors came new freedom and new responsibilities as in the spring lead- ers of various clubs were selected from among the members of their class. Next year will be their year to accomplish the ideas they have accumulated for three years. Cheryl Pisinski and Jana I-Ioendervoogt have a great time during the donkey basketball game. Pam Acres Carolyn Adell Gina Albanese Alan Albery David Albiero Debra Albrecht Susan Albrecht Kenneth Alexander Deborah Allan Margaret Allen Marilyn Amerson Beverly Anderson Li1.A'ww N -111 1 iv!-V' 'mf Q' v:"r. , Q A' X 1 Q its ,, .. Bruce Anderson janet Anderson Larry Anderson Lesly Anderson Terese Annicks Phillip Anteski Michael Arndt Richard Arnold Sharon Arnold Steven Arnold Charles Arroyo Richard Attreau Andrea Avila Mark Babich Rena Bachrach Laura Baeza Cheryl Bagdal Lisa Bailey Edward Baker Robyn Barclay Donald Barnes Donna Barnes Kevin Barry Bruce Barton Pamela Battista Charlene Batts Juanita Baugh Frederic Bay Ianet Bazant Tina Bazso Locksley Beckford David Anthonsen Robert Armstrong Maurice Bedford Eugene Beiriger Steven Bennett Harold Bentley Richard Bertolini Robert Bestow Jerry Bev Jerome Biernacki Derek Atchinson Louise Bidese Cathleen Biel Peter Bihl Debbie Bittner Barbara Augustynowicz Kimberly Black Debra Bloom Nancy Bobrowicz Ward Bock james Bachmann Catherine Baehler Karen Boelc ke Linda Boelcke Debora Bogaski Kim Bogdan Patricia Boling Karen Bolkovatz Ernest Bolton Duane Bomba La Donna Baker Raymond Bakke Marianne Bond Will Booth Scott Borkenhagen Art Bakken f if Tis? A Adriane Barber Tammie Borst Gary Baranowski f it fm ai A 1 5 ' l X .t i 1. I, f t 4 . . ,ri 4? r 'aft :jj 9 , y by I if fag W2 i, 1 w X M iyy,,y y ri P N My 1 if S L Xif X I 'P We 5.3315 ' .f In , 27 aa., N 1 IUNIORS - 179 . -X - wir 3 X 1 ,r as ' , .. ix A Q gy ii' "..,g-M11 C : I2 . W,L, r . LLL ' 'f ig F' ,E xiii--fiii' E li. T Richard Camadeca ..,,: Norma Camera Estelle C arb ajal Daniel Bost Tyrone Boykin Timothy Bradburn C Daniel Carey Z K Richard Caroli b:k:, DarrellCarter Peter Carvlin Brenda Bragg f' fl, Nancy Brannigan . Cynthia Cashdollar Robert Cassidy 5 V Ron Caudle 5 ' B Shawnee Cearo Frank Brazzale 1- te. .WL .W fs sf, Nancy Breternitz rs X 5 X S N is X C it A X X 4' 't" I Daniel Brezich Michelle Chantigney Mark Charles Kimberly Chase Deborah Childress Cynthia Brija Stephen Brinkmeyer Lynn Bristol Lawrence Chromczak Dennis Ciecierski Ellen Cirintino Diane Cleary Ioan Broderick Wendy Brook Valerie Broughton Cynthia Cohn Betty Cole Michelle Collette Karen Collins James Brown Kenneth Brown Mable Brown - .ffrrr. ..,... t ,,rE t t r , "ii:i Jeanette Colvin L r sa Pame1aCOnd0n iii 1' Rose Coniglio , German Contreras tiii Q' Timothy Brown is :1'f' - Kathleen Broae . A t , t ., , Laura BTZUSKISWICZ :Kb I KEVIH Cook ' Scott Cooper to i .- Tim Copeland r.f james Corbett Robert Buck - :zr A Karen Bukovac .. . ,t:., . ii A Ii . y IonBulanda ieaes chfiswcmy f- it AVVAA Z g vgg 1 im lg YY' Kimberly Cosman C l, r DTS Cote i ttttity r N :Q aai yy,r Gym ia Craig i iiii el i ' Deborah Bufda i't C Q Steven Bufkiewicz 180 - JUNIORS Linda Burt Laverne Crawford Jeanine Cunningham William Cunningham Gina Dal Santo Bruce Burton Felicia Burton ' x -. 'N te x " 52. 2, 'V 1 -Ars? Sl? X HN. X AS N 3 X ,iq , - ' Gerald Byerly I S Q. ..., . -4 11 ' L 123' F 0 .5 5. je., gig, W ,gk ,, 'la Y ,mf B r tts-. - ,.,i ' , fig QB ar- ?-f -i We s N . Et .5 .M or Y M 4: w gr, is 4 F 1 are ff if 2 A i ,,,. , . B t at T ' i 5 ' f ir "t1tt' 1' . .rii t B i-' ' t,i'.' . ,r.1 4 4' .eaggg -rw .. 's ggi if . 'L .eg x ,Jim sz i X 1- R X X C E ryy, we Egg li Ni X V 5 V -we 1, rg . ki? gb A is F r K . J . g .t ts rrry ., . 1 a..:. , .. B ,t'. W ' ' B- 2 ,- -.. is E B' it A ,C ., --,- "ii- K' . --"i' .,,. 3 ' ' it it Ek - ,ici S X ttyi K' iiii 5 ii f L S t'.. 1 Y N 1 r l ri W .X ,B t WPS Q Sai N -sie, a ' ' ' . Nh N B WN X il 1 L X we V.. 1 f 51 ' ' T Lynn Dudzilc Theodore Dugan Gail Duncan Wanda Davis Eugene Dunham Denise Dwelis David Dwyer James Del Medico Lxzbeth Dembinski John Denardo Regina Dennard Susan Dwyer Mike Dzugan Linda Earl Edward De Normandie Brian De Paul Janette Derossi Donald Devaney Yvonne Eaves ij 1 x Janice Eklund Judith Elclund eg'-gf Lisa De Young Sherrie Dismore Diane Dmitrovich Nelson Ellis Christine Ellison Clarence Elmore Kurt Dobbertin Michael Donahue Larry Donofrio ri Theresa Doroba Willie Elmore Saundra Emmons Timothy Engel Yvette Ervin Alan Esko Sharon Fahey Laurie Falco Joseph Farrell Thomas Farrell Michael Fernando Robert Ferra Steven Ferris Kathy Fier Linda Fink Joe Fish .. ' ' fi ii it za iv K, 1 I I L 1 ..:.1 v,kk 182 - IUNIORS if we I x at Jr N I X ! X if Q 6 E D "1 M EYER' -'J' igflifiiffif N355 K X J Y isss l t t . Sandra Fleming Gregory Flores Bradford Floyd Stephen Follis Willie Fortenbery Vickie Foster Debra Foy Mae Foye Michele Freiwald Gary Frisch Karin Friz Thomas Fry Judy Fuller Mark Fullriede Thomas Galen Linda Gammie Diane Gardiner Linda Garrett jean Garry Cindy Garvey Esther Garza Diana Gibson Edward Gibson George Gasick Kim Gaskill Robert Gatlin Dr. McKanna sheepishly inclines his head towards the camera Carol Gilbert 9 C andance Gillman .1 Denise Gismondi y 4 Sherrie Godbout . "': I 7 A Kathy Goldsmith V K james Gavillet lk . f 1 T Patti Gawlik F yq.. N r 'Q Theresa Gawrych . tt., Q :ii T I ,- Kevin Goldsmith Richard Goldsworthy Deborah Gomben Richard Gonnella Charles George Cathy Gholston Bonnie Gibson Margaret Heald Margaret Healy William Heath Kris Gottschling Richard Graczyk Robert Gramm , . , Karen Granda ,- ft Margery Heidy "..kL J, Kathy Hellman Q R 3 George Hernandez S it ci ic i All ,E aro ran .5 L . ii Martin Grant ' 1 Aa ,,,,Q- .Z 1 ft? A Tammie Grayson ' jlw., W .131 9 ,iii Am ,, 5 Michael Grazioli ' ,713 Il' kjf A N I Marina Hernandez . James Hibbard g Russ Hibma 1- H Deborah Greenfield - h f i -'1i Dorine Greenlee g t' Eugene Greer N Karan Griffin ,gg M A Linda Higby W l Sandra Higgs Chesla Hill .' Richard Griffin Anthony Griffis QW Ann Grober 1 A I Donald Grochocinski fi:-I .Q .iQ ' -. . ' I: 'Q Karen , - E ff: "' Denise Hock N A ' Constance Hodges Z iyt if 5 if ' f Donna Grochocinski g ' ,, G Carrie Grolla 1 A L Ieanne Grunhard A 'Q - , 1 Q i i Darice Gryczewski ff' Patrick Hogan f f - - "" Bernard Hogancamp Linda Holland jerry Gucfa X ssiiagz g' b tx . -ya Ei .L x. I E 5 ' X Joanne Gulliver K George Gunkel 4 M Q i Carl Gustafson Robert Hollis I " Clarice Holmer 'ii ,i Tammy Hon F X f .C i , S , P Dennis Gustafson - - Ieanne Haitsma 7 X 'UTD i Q Vicky Halicky f N 7 Connie Hall . 3 t X Vestee Hood lim Horner Stewart Horton Darrell Hall Irene Hall Parthenia Hall 'i Anthony Halley " L E- i , kluu Ervin Hughes ,i.g Q H' Ronald Hull A A A V I Eric Hult L W V i grfi Diane Hamilton Q TheodofaHampt0n , 1ohnHans0n a4,n'5N"x N Q- Ai it E Q if 'n- :B"::" an Martha Harbin Wendell Humes h ' ' Kimberly Hunt 1,11 Belinda Hunter 1 T'- ' - Annie Harris t y W Lula Harris l i K . Q William Hayes "W 9. if Iudy Hazel ai". i 1UNloRs - iss 'fr li ',g. Z .va 1 3 Xt as ! as as 1? 'F X H , i K s f Bob Karney 4 Margaret Kass Cheryl Kasza , 5 f'1 , Jean Kauffman , . - J Aubrey Jackson ',-- f' , Brenda Jackson X5 Derrick Jackson " Carlene Kausal Ronald Kawanna HJ. ' Benjamin Keever - ,ii Claudia Keever l Ai gm Brian Janiak if 1" Q Jerrold Jansen A H ' lim Janusz , J " Raymond Kenney Deborah Jarmusz Mark Jeleniewski Lees a Jenkins Linda Jenkins Joy Jergens Elizabeth Johnson Richard Kehl Michael Kelly James Kerwin John Kerwin James Kickert Alphonso King Leon King w 'T ,- t .ti 5 l Yvonne Kippers 1 Ai V ' Wanda Kisielewicz , iliii 5 L Robert Kiska 6 ,, .Qt Jerry Klein 4 Jerrome Johnson Q Susan Johnson 1 g 1, l Annette Jones ' ' Diane Knispel Jean Knox Judy Knox Cynthla Jones Dennis Jones Gloria Knuth Kim Jones ,. Kay Koch ,Y ' 5 James Kohl LL ' . R S Q Terry Kolberg ld. J . . . :- ,-. 2 . ' t rf Donna Kohboski ' P . X 'Ir Martin Jones if X ' R Rodney Jones V ,L 7 A l X l Joan Jorgensen 5 " - . ,- V V 1 'f 13" ef' Q39 184 - JUNIORS sv-.9 Carol Kompanowskl Wayne Joza Linda Junge Mary Kay Juszczyk Denise Kabaj Chris Kalinowski Nancy Kalino Arlene Kruszynski Antonette Kucsera Walter Kalisz Michael Kanapick Lucy Karczynski John Kompare Peggy Korach Susan Kornafel Kathy Kozica Scott Kramer Lynn Kraus Mark Krcmaric wski Kim Kristin Eric Krueger ix ,L L f' Q ' iQ'..gs,,Tt5j.' - ei His 9 at :E- at NN X ww 5 fa -we ,QF- 1 T. 'S c 5 Fir! r i a as fa Ioy Iergens and Ioan Broderick inspect class window. -I gf, . Q- if Wt 72 K 1 , in 'ZLT' fig S V tg fart-1: 'wi nj? ,sw ,tmlfw if pg, 'ff f at f 4, fa We Q 1? as 0' A' li 5. M 5 Z' 1 A 'H ' Fw, W .swfxim-, ,V n ,U f r t W Q Q 'Q- Debra Love Donna Lundgren Alan Lundstrom julie Lynch Sally Lynn Lisa Lyons Keith Maart Debbie Maas Rich Macander Glenn Madderdom Mike Madigan Glen Madsen Tim Maggio Pauline Maguire Bill Mahoney Arlette Kuczwara Donna Kukulski Stanley Kullman Bob Kuzminski Mary Malloy Tammie Manifold Patty Mann jim Marcano Rich Marciniak Grace Markowski Mike Laurencell Bob Marquardt Duncan Marriott Cindy Martin l Nancy Levrich Dave Martin William Martin Steven Marzullo janet Lichnerowicz jerry Mastey Dominic Mastronardi Louise Mathews Tami Licicero my e ,E .V , . .fb ,gn vis 275 ,M - ab, '32 'aw 25 1 : f aff 'B fi? ' C is 4' 186 - IUNIORS ...,! .-,.. Tr-R -4m : " if 122' " ' Rich Matteazzi Jeff Mau ,A J f Dorothy Mayes fi L M E r t Q , .J Ir v Yff .,,,.wf- f fm-, .,,, V ,,Z,.V 1, , K 5 4 f 4' K i ii. Valerie Mayfield Cheryl Mazurek Lynn McCormack Chris McCottrell Mary McCoy Audrey McDonald Rich McFadden Mary McGarigle Laura McGraw Vivian McGrew Christy McKelphin jeff McLaughlin Joyce Miller Margaret Miller Nancy Miller Dennis Minkalis John McLaughlin Mike McNamara Ellen McNaughton Greg Mitchell Marla Mitchell Ronald Miyata David Moczynski Ray McNutt Paul Meiller Betty Mendez get W img . 9 -fin : . ,. fl w f e ww c 55fi'5 .- -3 - 'V it if SJ , agp? 'lie 3533, -1f,w.f' sf Wi' M ' image? f ' L f Y W? ,A F Q we fl i,5w'f i n fix Q M 2 li5'4"f ' "' .wif 'lf s'xf:i'u A f S x '42 if 5 ,sw-ff ii If ' ' Qgffi - "Eg sg-1S'f,5fff yy' at sw 555 6 1 ' L gsf ipi kkvl -Elsie: ' A l lille M lk 1 Er' fi. -eff ' A l . mf A191 Y ' M x ,Q Q ' ff A ' ' ,f wav' 'lv iw' 1 f gg 1 'FM' fi' Allen Monegan K Norman Monegan I 'V Steven Moore Steve Morgan i ll ., in .V Cathy Meyer N j of William Meyerchick ' N Colleen Meyers J 4 - K Thomas Morgan Kenneth Morina Andrew Morrison Kenneth Moses Steven Meyers Nanette Michor Kathy Mierzwa Mark Mossell Mark Mossell Iohn Mossoczy Raymond Mudryk Marie Mikolajczyk Patty Millar Armenda Miller mn 1 ml, 1 1 V 4 J' f A yr 16 Q A viii? l -at A-pri-I1-ai: if S'-lr' . - R'-I-"fit 12' , 5 . as , :M ,. .-,Qu . - -if: .1sQ?f5:- at ., R yeei t .,.g t .. L 1 ..,1 . t, f, 75, rm.: -,X if Si -Fif'ff':t1f"f1ts5? in -ref, 'fi 5 l -f., A x Q f --fsge., J .X-ity., K,.: ,SV ,ff if if K W -' '- af 111' ,--. Yfisffhzffifif K 5 U 4- 1 so t if , s t +. .. i,,,i.,is.s .,. M , -x.?f.,fJ6S'1'f ,"?QN 5,4'.,i.x'ifi-Mfg.,3120.333 Q-,' it Q 4. set eee? siifri lf!i5X-'TseSfihaii-TfliT. f-Sf? R' R K5 5 Students walk through the courtyard during the changing of classes. E Building is in the background. ,,,' 5 L ., ,I ,g V A- ,, ef , 6' Q fr . , Q f 49' I ,, , 5 IWW Q"' ,i - Robert Nylen William O'Brien Ieanine O'Connell William Odenwald Mary O'Donnell Donna Ogrentz Sue Olah Gwynn Olofsson Michael Onak Cindy Onate Julie Ondreka Richard O'Rourke Ava Orr Hope Orr Hazel Osborne Randy Mulder Mary Mulhall lim Mulvenna Chuck Mullinax Renee Osgood John O'Toole Oliver Owens Ierry Murphy Linda Nagelvoort Mary Nagler Pamela Pabst Mary Pachuta Frank Pala Holly Nelson Tom Nemecek Keith Nichols Ron Panozzo Iarnes Parker Clifford Paskewicz Lyle Nicholson Mary Nighswonger Paul Niquette Mike Nisivaco Jean Paterik Darnell Patterson Raymond Pavesic Rich Nisivaco Dale Norman Francine Nyderek Robert Pavlik Janice Pawlowski Kerry Peace f of af! Renee Rakow Sharon Ramey Yvonne Ramey Linda Ramsey 355' I , si , 1. Dorice Pepin Tony Perkins l x 1. s. ,N . X 5? P E 5? Qi 1 Eagle 1 R hr is Qt Q o X Randall Persson .gl Corbratta Ratcliff Erik Rauch ,,,. ' Q Phillip Ravesloot N' ' , Phillip Ray '-,' 7 L G. Donna Pesce Ginza' Q Lee Petersen N fi ' - - j l . '.-' , 92 Debra Petralla George Rebus .Q K IIA V:AA A 2 mm, . Rita Reed V ' A5 '.k,. A M lohn Regan of , :fi - Ronald Rollly gs y ' 3. fo. 4 X 1, ,f-.gi it or or Jeffrey Pow f - ls we 'P w George Pfotenhauer ii iiii gg A ' ii X A ' ' if Linda Pick K - Renardo Reynolds g Susan Richmond Janice Rigoni V . A George Ripecky Craig Pierson lf' 2 A Robert Piette Sandra Pignatiello Deborah Ritchie Frank Rltchle ,. 4:15 Iohn Rizzuto Cheryl Roberson Shirley Pilastro Kathleen Pisinski Debbie Poland 1 Q' Darlene Roberson Gilbert Robinson E A ii 'P Q " Keith Robinson i' . P Robert Roeper '- fT K I William Polewski g' 14 . 3, if-,,,,, Daniel Polk ' Timothy Polk Q gg o, Sherry Rogers Rick Romeli Joy Rossow Q Kim Rossow Susan Postema Henry Potts Mike Powers Donna Roth Carol Roy 'iii H 1 Paul Rozewicki g LR, Q Mark Rudofski Karen Prendergast i i ii i Patrice Principe Michael Prizy ' N -', wr is P 3 ' 'x iil' as 'H' r Charles Ruggiero George Rugis Cynthia Rusnak Mark Rybarczyk Peter Procyk David Przybyla jill Przybytek Thomas Safran Thomas Sager Rosie Salas Zelda Salinas 188 - IUNIORS Renee Pusateri Annallen Rabbers Rae Ann Radovich 'nm " .Ti,-.Mn "als" l,a....L.M """""Yf..hu....-M Class rivalry is exhibited during TR's pep assemblies when the cheer "Battlecry" is done. The junior class often yells the loudest. Gerald Siadek Mark Siboda Timothy Sigler ' 1 V- Tracy Sallay Ioan Saltsider I ' x . Frank Samargin F r f E, , - Au if 1 Philip Sandelski Geri Simon Susan Sindewald Iohn Siniawski james Sander Steve Sarnowski jerry Schaap Karen Scheldberg Cheryl Sisco Catherine Siwinski Gale Skalka Gregg Schmied Arthur Schroeder Tom Schultz Judith Schwingl We 0, Qi, gf' 1 g ' , L VY, Todd Skalski james Smith jeffrey Smith Donna Scott Linda Scultore Leslie Seagren Susan Seaquist Ioy Smith Lynn Smith Nadine Smith Reba Seaton Larry Senters Patricia Severson 1 Patrick Sherry IUNIORS - 189 Renee Smith Rubin Smith Sandra Smith Diane Sorci Diane Soth as I - il L Anna Sousa Vale Roc Laura Szorc Janice Tabernacki Diane Taliaferro Carol Tanner rie Taybron helle Taylor Deborah Tennant Leo Terrence ,, W T,rV L x Pamila Spale S 1 Regina Speaks ij . :Q Jan Spoolstra QV, J h Diane Testa Ei Russell Thomason -- 1 1,1 A . ,, Barbara Thompson l Calvin Thompson Gordan Stacy Annette Stallings William Starkovich S Donald Stedman A Nancy Stelter 3 "' L E Linda Stephen M Jo Jos Gregory Stern Linda Stewart Ronald Stocklose Richard Stocks Ray Stonecipher Scott Stonier Micha Debra Stoudamire Dan Suggs John Sulek Lori Surufka Cynthia Sutherland Michael Swartz Sharon Swiontek Jackie Sypudt Dan Szajkovics 190 - JUNIORS Carla Thompson Thomas Thompson teven Tibbs Karen Todd ichael Todd ann Tolbert eph Tolbert 1 Julie Tomczak Diane Tomky Thomas Toso James Toth Kevin Toth Mary Toy Beth Traylor el Troncozo John Turner Don Unhock Richard Unterberg Judith Urban Roseann Valente Linda Valentine Larry Vanderhei Karen Vander Mey Julie Vanderzanden Laura Voss Brian Vost Jeff Wagner Thomas Wagner -ui 1 ..,,. . K' it BS - E x tlee KS lm' it ,R ,L My Q? te - .Q fa BEN x .r ,.k, .t..::,., 1:15. 'E' 1 QT S J il! S. Q -I x A ,.. , an l X , J fi? tg T J Z J.ri 1 g fs t b 'A ' ' H an ' 'N ,,t. 4 e- If' : .. Wt.. Q " .'.- .i A 5 " if I . Q: J ' 1 . K ' ' utmt, - E K in ly ':-- .: is EY ' ' ' T ,-t Roberta Zega Faith Waligora Lydia Walker Vannessa Walker ,, Eric Wallace ' Sandra Wilson Wesley Wilson V V Larry Wimbley V- -X , V I VQVV Robert Wallenius AV V ' V H -Si 'HF' Donald Wallin i , ,,zz ' R 'iVw'VVV f' tl. VV ' Lorraine Walsh "' . " V fi Va i"h Theresa Walter N ' l il , 4 I 7 John Witulski V ""i W,- V , if 1 . Kurt Wodrich f ly " A-ft ll' X 1., e V , 'Af 1 Robert Wojciechowski allh 'lllilllNil'ai T L .vrif,W 1 Andre Walton A it igdifiif Martha Watkins - rf Bill Watson 5 .,,,, -A Debra Wawrzycki J id' P Q 1 'Q 9? if C V f Donna Woods .5 'ff a 'fi 1 , Randall Wray - A , ,A Cynthia Wrede 41 2? il, Stephen Weather ' Chad Weber ' ,,'- VV Neil Weber - , V, Leon Wegner S Bernadette Wright 2 1... .u Z EW? 'Y if Carol Wright Linda Wright "' Ianet Weinberger Stephen Weiss M Terry Wells fl ' Jean Werner " 1' Lee Ann Wrzesien V Q 'iw Kim Wyrobek V I 5 Bill Young fi E Harvey Wesley V ' Corinne White Robert White Debbie Wier N ' Debbie Zachocki L Mark Zajac Michael Zajac W Derrick Wiggins 'V N Z ' Stephen Wilbu rn ' 3 Vi Cheryl Wilck ' Andre Williams V ' Paul Zarris A, . Sharon Zatarga . V t Paul Zega ' Karen Williams Lewis Williams Darlene Williams 'lb A . 1 X '1-U X M itil' fu, "Q . I Phyllis Williams f 9. 31 t 5 1 Simon Zelikman . ' 3 Robert Zencka V -. 'V iiiii'i in iiiii TimothY Williams ii V Yvette Williams Brent Williamson if john Wilsens 4, .. 42-V Linda Zunica -f V Richard Bachrach f N ' John Comiskey iiiiiii Q Md 'fir' f Deborah Wilson iii . fry 7' M, Ioan Wilson ' " , ' ii, Karen Wilson - V ii A r. 3' ,Qtr Robert Wilson V VV if Z S Kevin Goldsmith V 1. VV 3 5 W Terri Guerrero y Z 8 V ' ' A' .A Sr , Susan Norton ' 3 'H SA ,JL f " . R IUNIORS - 191 SOPHOMORES Becoming a sophomore was a big step up from last year's status as a freshman. Being a sophomore also meant getting out of a whole year of gym. Instead, sophs had a semester each of driver's ed fclassroom, simulators, and rangej and health. Self-scheduling was new to sopho- mores but the freedom of being able to pick one's classes soon vanished as they encountered difficulties with closed classes. Sophornores became more in- volved in TR activities as they competed in try-outs for performing groups such as Lassies or pom pons. For the sophomore guys, there was the chance of competing on the varsity level in athletics. Together, sophomores en- tered into the mainstream of TR life. Sophomores enjoy the Flings. Sherry Ackley Thomas Acres Glenn Albanese Daniel Albert james Allan Anthony Allen Carolyn Allen Catherine Allen Desi Allen Eddie Allen Linda Allen Clennis Amerson Duane Anderson Michael Andrews Laura Antczak Judy Anthonson Vira Armstrong Patricia Arnold Anthony Arroyo Steven Asauskas - . Vggy K L b ' A Q ta. nl , . 5 'z.-ew--1' -:....., - "x -'ig-qv' iff? t W rttfi ' ki- A gt ' 1 1 - .::- u eggs Zif Ni V it' ' J"' 5 "" Nag .W -,,' 'l'i , ' . . - 1 - s ay " V 1' , t 1 . gre- ' f saae V 1 A N -af if ' ' T T '.,f..ta.e ' gre- i My i U . a ..,. t .,. , e ,... c e Q Q. 5. 3 ff l ' t . . 192 SOPHOMORES ff 'P i 8 ,i b ., gt 2 .- 'QQA vga af- . F 7 5 if i ,, t. M M, ss' 25 if R R 5-sf Q S C 6 - th at if iv R 5 is H , i if , .Q.- fe rss it K 3 .5 . . X se: ei-Vx' Gdi L i -W ids! fi-is Ne . x -'N 1 f s X ' x Gail Augle Michael Bajorek Michael Baker Roxanne Bakken Charlene Ball Tamara Baltusnikas Diane Barney Byron Basler Brad Baughman Tim Baughman Ellen Bay Tyrone Bearden Michael Becka Cathy Beese Iune Belmont Jeffrey Bendy Betty Bennett Sandra Bennett Susan Bentley Penny Berg Linda Berkowitch Stephen Berlin Denise Berry Bruce Billmeyer Douglas Birkmeyer Bonnie Bittner Debra Blanke Dawn Bleck Patricia Bloom C1ailBobrowicz Theresa Bochat Nancy Bode Edward Bogdan Debora Bokal Steve Boldt Frenchie Bolton lean Borkenhagen Brian Boros Terry Bowen Ioda Boykin Cindy Brand Chris Brandon Antoinette Brazzale Kelly Brei Craig Briney Patricia Broderick Iohn Brolick Kathleen Bronson Jesse Brown Leroy Brown Terri Brown C-reggory Bruce Diane Buchanan Roger Buchler Karen Buck Michael Buder Maureen Bump David Bunch Anita Burke Larry Burks Anthony Burton Kirk Busch Diane Caesar Michael Calabrese Craig Calvert Marianne Camerano Stacy Cantrell Candance Capolillo Laine Cappello Mary Capriglione Mark Caputo Ieannette Carlson Iudith Carpenter Iohn Carr Charrise Carter Anne Carvlin Donna Caudle Kevin Charles jackie Chiappetta Keith Chiaro Martin Chmura Sandra Christenson Karen Christian Peter Chromczak Margorie Ciancanelli Donna Cicero Carolyn Clark Denise Clark Cheryl Clarke Sue Clarke Deborah Cluck Rhonda Cobbs Catherine Coconato Carl Cole Candy Coleman Joseph Coleman -- 3.11 1 , asf:-S!1':'L:, s , :f ' '- ' W e ' OO!- 55. t ig, i' 'H 55 T' 4' Q r ,X f fx 3 N' 4.. 4 F -gk X ,Q , , as 1 'sv all L be 1? 'Wil t , C . l me ,W-fiwmrgmgrxziij 'SE ' " if i k ki K Q ..- ' ..: ,g 'gl If ' .-,. I N .J-f ,, :' 2 ,, ..,, ""'f s 1 X it as X i .- k i ya f lk l T l ' Pi? if tttt A 1 T ' . Yi X i n il " QB 4 lax Q K ' N X 'fanek '- ,- Q t,2. E . t X K H X I Q 'ls . ' ' ' N - , .rig i Q , 5 . - 1 y Q X ,1 Q , 5 hw Y .. g N 9, is . s . X. Kg x 3 K K h. - - 9 . K-wx, K x P l ' K 1: 3' ,ffm . C - --vm, ,, we S T it . is M ' .. . w I rib Q ' " A If 6 ' if we -wr 1 V . 5 'Y 1 is I SOPHOMORES 193 its. 5:3 'if " E ..., . X- .25 .za :ge .Q .VQQQ 5 "" ' M. 2-Q, , .. .- 3 nf, -.-A V ln P. h' ' 1 ,, . .ew i J 4. Q QQ KL., Susan Conroy C r1st1na Dorozynsky Q Q A , 9, t i. , 1 aw:-:rf Pame1aQOrajOd Ronald Douglas i'-ef' QQ '-1-' ,, V. m Q H 'Kh' S .. ti ft: 3 n- V . ff 3 K f ' Q V Candy Corbett leanne Dreesen Q Q Vx ' fi .2 V' Donna Corder Perry' Dubish ' if 'L1' ml P . .- f ' 1 'ii I ' - - .flag .Q "': Q., .V-Q if ' J -C Vi" 1. . - f "---' . Beverl COX Karen Dubovi i 'X A V F?" 'R t K i . y 1 311 fn '--: t , .. "1 '-f- -X IH-3 V F' n nnn F Dnvnd COX Rnbnn Dndnk ' in ninnn f . 1 . - nt L"L L lames Cox James Duncker i K, 5? :'k ',. . " ' ' ' ' 0 I t V ,,, Q. n eeeee .V - ' 5-ix T1 ii : i' H 2 Zia iii? L -A' , , . f i E f if , . - ' 'Q --'- , f -,-: an Q. A . L. A : 'hii ' '-:,, iii .Q ' Randl' COX Sandl' Duflklfi' " " R I - Z fra. f '- . .i 1 tgp f..' Vzizf ez 1 fe' 'X Vi. - ' -f.. ' t Q 'K .g f Q. 1, . Q Sheryl Cox Stephanie Dwyer ' AA,, xii- VVA, 153353 K Q3 .. Richard Cramer Mary Eby D - f ' . . - .f .. ,. ILZ , David Crawford Elizabeth Eckstrom A 'e ee V . ' ' 1 e , K - ---- N' E53 A ' " - .V . . ... QQ QW , , QQ .. . , . Q , ,,hk, - . - . . X nn. : -.. fn. . aree -1 .ee A iii n .. S James Cf95t0 Dane Edenfield D -' Q ' t g Q , . ' . . . 2 ' iz. , .., .f -- - . .,,, ' .,.- . K K 1 i. gf." -A Qe-- VV f Gregory Crlsmarl Keith Edrnett V Q V ---, Ve ,..... ., a. ii' -if' K 2 " n 1 'f' ' ,seine-f J - 1 'tit "1 V' ,:... . j" Dave Crosby Robert Egan F ' - 'Zf' '12 "" . 1 . Vt ii ii ii i ? :Vi Dino Crosby Sheri Eierrnan ii --' i ii' I 'C" 1 . en M 'F K V ' 5 .1 . ' .. 1Q . -:Vggle .. Q . 'Sir Sl--'ETX 4225? .'L i 1 'ESU R -5'f'5E':f. . -' "li 5- iii: Qfi ii. .L I ' ' : fir,-5 A 'ii at 3 1. kf' i 51 1 n .ta . . 2 . ... . . Snnlnn Crosby Eklnnd ..e ' V or n er.e F Knnnnn Eknfnnn .V . ' RX t"B 214 it ff Catherine Croteau Robin Ellison N A ' ii l'i'iii I w....3R .Q I . V V VV Robert Crowley Brenda Erlksen . A , ,. , , , .. .Rs , ' .V . '-" .... V . V. , ,F , by ' .. - A QQ ,Q C ' K, if . ' . . J :QQ i Tony Cudak Linda Escobedo Q Q AVVA Scott Cummings Ianice Evans V, Q . A Q,. 'l'i VV ' V ames Cunnin ham Jeff Evans ' ' " ' Ll C. . ,.o Q N .... . . Q. 3 . ,Q ld t' '1 1 n ff Q. ii'11 ' -' Timoth Curatolo Lesle Evans - - " .e .. .M r-,.x t. .,. . Y- .,. V. . .. V. . . - y y - :mar we:---' n V Q Q ' - 5 ' F .5 5 - : iii , -S . i- 5 ' 'ic' 1 QQ Q' Scott Currier Ronald Evans -. Q' .V . 5, - ...fe 5. JF tttt - - - - W'1l- . if - Q - .t:.Q Q Sandra Clemlelewskl 1 lam Eveffs , ' .V F 'ie' . . ' . ' ' no . Rnwnnnd Dnsnns Cnnn Pnbns .V tennln 3' ' ALE - f- Tamara Dahlstrom lames Falk 7' . - A V X 2 -5' e , ' Tam1Da1de-gan Davld Fametl e ' V it .f11' A Nancy Daley Ronna Ferreira F' ' 1 . - "- ' . . iifi' N 1- - t nn - S .. A V .N I -" A ,-1 - 't Pamela Dalle Tamara Fiaoni if . l ttW'-n - V - - Daniel Dal Santo Nora Fields 'nn ' S ?5i"?t - i" " 'l' - X -n1"t'- .... . "i' ' .1-' QQ t Q William Darnell Cathy Fiello 1 f Maureen Davia Paul Fike T Q I ' '-t' I QQ Beverly Davis Michael Filippo ug C ' Q Q ' ' Carol Davis Laurie Fink ' 1 ' i n"i ' ' it ' " , V -.1 ' . n A i"i' ' .. ' 1 V R "i i is - ' -:'i Lethelbert Davis Kim Fiffih 1 i . 3 - :ff :iii '- - L 775 -,,- '35 171. 7 ' -1, N ,- I 125:11 , " L " Y i L' K i' .' n Q f E .',.. Patrick Deane Carol Florence , Q . QQ QQ : Matthew Degman Kathleen Flores Paula Del Medico Martha Flflyd ' it PM Y M. A .H --ln Kevin Denton Wayne Ford f . ' Q, 'ti-t ' A Laura Derri A h F t L tit'- ' "i A ..... C0 nt ony Ores a . " 1 .- nn"n- Q. Constance Diffa Randall Foresta n ' Q .. . - ,,,. l-.in Prank D1 Mare Dlane Forrest Q- ' " 'n1-1 Q . , . . ' ' i i x"i in F V ' TerriDismore Robert 1301-tenbeuy V. f QQ? ... X " D .2 I ameel Dlffman Ellen Fox . -V X ' ' t' t1'ltt ' 1-' . . Gene Dolan Anthony France .jgdmg . QQ ,,., n -1 . Vi .VV.' --VV ..... :11 '-'n' if- 't 1 . ' ' - K .rg V 1 '-V. -'C L ' james Dooley Janet Fransen if f W 1' if - 194 - SOPHOMORES gt :fb my - 55. t AA - ' 4 G QS Y Qs. t mg f .ea Wy if Kathlee Frederickson Theresa Goldsmith Linda Frizzell john Fry Terry Fugate Melissa Furman Steven Fuscaldo John Gannon Michael Golec Robert Goletz Mark Goodfriend John Gorski Patricia Grabnegger Michele Graham Mary Garbarczyk Brian Gramza ggi A "" 'F 5 - 5 1 Julie Garcia . Q Audrey Gardner A Ronald Garzotto i i"': ' Ron Gavillet ,, . .-., if - ' Q-3 fi'-1 Karen Gay David Gayle QM M " , A if Debbie Giaimo A ' I 1 ' Gary Gibertini , . li' -'s- ,T as T, F .4 - V h r - . , g Randall Gifford YY! T' -'fi i Timothy Giglio A if' 4, 3 Francine Gilchrist A., T Scott Glauner Modern dance is a popular feature at the Afro-American Clubs assembly. Lee Granger Raymond Graykowski Ray Green Maureen Guerin Richard Gunkel Cleatus Hagler jeff Hall Robert Hall Stacy Hall Leroy Hamilton Linda Hamilton Mark Hamilton P ' fi' . '. a .Q . of "' D2 ,-,jfip . -7 , gm 4 'Y ... it if " ' T h . , is 0 R ii " 4' Q ii 45 Q. 2 'Q ' '.h' 5 " - - I W ses ' ' F 1 -- IIL it . w 'sJ.. 3' i 4 a T is f U i"'1'i Q: A " f'-- -fff x - i -::-'. 1 1'f ,K 5 Q .N .V A . 4: ' ' j -. .ve S 'L' 'in ' so Q 5 1: my .gtiy af " - - 1, ,Q B if W. A in SOPHOMORES - 19 we-new:Q1fffsxfnwfe::Q,r,,5ff 'ki 3 ,.., 4 ,mA, N aa . ' ' ' '-k- r ,de 1 1 -if 1, ' t .LL. . 5 .w c is , iwiif ., . 1.. . 7 ' Q .ri J 5 m'K-., us' , fe. '- Mr- , , e 3, ff K elee I g - l. ,. L A ' t J h' at fsftesee.?iifffisa iaAe release a 1 - ' . .,,. . . I K - NH- ll? X ' I x ' "., 'E IIE' .. E .. .. ' TT 9 ,lla r b e P r e sess as R X f ssse . -- 1 'KVL Q, I ' --, ,'. I ,. 'h g A X . 3 . N g, s Q' P- 2 1 gre.. xl Ak.,- " B 6. 131 7 "" H UML: i' s:r"QE- , ' . ,fi 1 sew,-fi' ' iii? :gg1j.,:' L J L aa? .,as at f.stEs ' e Q --W tai- 1 , - Q - ,,., X A Q f i' Q 7 J ,L., 1 ---L V1 X ,, ' : - - :gf-xzf ' f l C , Z. J K fr 5' . .. ' -12 X 'M N irz issff Q E ... X H 4.5 - . fl. ' .,, f?w!,s "'L i .... ' 'Y ' 1' Y h J 1 we J L W ,- XXL , sk . - ii" Q :Eg arse ei E5 5 196 - SOPHOMORES - I -S PI" .S 5 we fx, l N L Tanya Hampton Robert Haney Tammy Hard Jeff Harrington Cynthia Harris Karen Hasler Timothy Haugh Janice Heath Debbie Henderson Donald Henke John Henken Thomas Hennelly Jim Herman Kathy Hern Pamela Herring Pamela Hickey Tim Hill Daniel Hines Jill Hinshaw Kathleen Hipps William Hirschenberger Sharon Hoge Michaelene Hojnicki Lucille Holiday Mary Hollich Dawn Holmes Janice Hommema Phyllis Hopson Barry Howard Debbie Huff Barry Hughes Susann Hult Donna Hunding Ross Huntington Laura Hurtig Martyn Hyman Michael Irvine Mark Irving Douglas Iserninger Bill Ivy Michael Ivy Anthony Jackson Cynthia Jackson Gail Jackson Willie Jackson Donna Jacobs Kimberly Janczak Jennifer Jarard Harold Jeffries Charles Jenkins James Jercha Billy Johnson Deborah Johnson Kathleen Johnson Mary Johnson Robert Johnson David Jones Lee Jones Priscilla Jones Gregory Jordan Catherine Joritz Robert Jubera Peggy Kainrath Charles Kaiser Kathy Kaiser Gerald Kalinowski Vicki Kalinowski Michael Kaminski Michelle Kaminski Lawrence Kane Melodie Kasavich Lonnie Keaton eeseer X ,E 4 it Q ' eaauzeese K wastes iris, M if g '13, 'is iTty,Tfif ,aw t ,asa t X is N .X , . .,.- f..i E 3 J 1 V B55 Q2 if A sei tra 5 iee y 2 2 t . ii? .rx Q. ,gg .r,b Q51 X ,-1ff- f fs sw -K Qs ww . wwe rf Q QQ r ,. F . X K 1:5 -E fi 3.5. M11 3 . 1 -3 .. A .1 . ,::.V sf is M . w X Q sf . E - Construction takes over TR's south side 1 - I A .4 .,.. , , ,--5? ,o.' T J A2,, 'haw X fp V ,X 1 L f v.,V ' , , yy ty.. , S ' I V sv " H X .. has v W ,h pf Q, K I V "" , ' A1 'M Q, I J X' J ,h i' '., " A A 'ffm I - J.- R . 1' ' - , , ' - Q 1 A ' 1 ,E Za ' Tamara Lane William Lang Donald Larson Nadine Lass Nicholas Lauerman Mary Laurinas Tommy Lawson Noreen Leahy Michael Ledvia Roy Lee Eddrina Leggett Mark Lesniewski Howard Lew Lynette Lewandowski Brian Kelly Gregg Kelly Lawrence Kempa Colleen Kenney David King John Kipp Doreen Klyczek Janice Klynman Catherine Knabe Victoria Kocolowski Diane Kolb Maey Kolodziej Tim Kopischke Louis Korach Kathy Korienek Sandra Kortenhoven Mark Kral Cheryl Kramer Patrick Krawczyk Kirsten Kross Jeffrey Lewis Linda Lewis Michael Lewis James Lic hnerowicz Stephanie Lindsey Russell Lindstrom Joseph Locke Donna Lockett Tom Loftus Alfonso Luna Gary Luna Greg Macon Joseph Madigan Steven Maglior Josephine Maira Kim Major Kathleen Malloy Pat Maloy Michael Maluga Mary Marcolini Andria Marshall Mike Marshall Colleen Martin James Martin Jeff Martin Kathy Martin Anna Matczak Pamela Matthews David Mayerchik Douglas Mc Bay Kenneth Krukowski Catherine Mc Canna Paulette Kruse Rollin McCarl Cheryl Kubiszak Ka Ardis Mc Cottrell Mark Kucsera Tim Mc Donald 4' s i 4-K3 1 Xfir e 1. new C, l I , ,, I Xi- k r at 1' , 1' ' - is A , . . t ,f,q 3 Q N fit 43? W ik v AJ if 5 ,nr J 5' " f. D 'mf' . 1-fr lf ,- n. QI j all If f 3- if 'll , as at Q J it as tif ,vugv f V, . 1, Q iv -3 K 1 , 1 L 12' EE t xi .V fi-,,,. if 13. it Q 4 F 1 1 -'lr A' Q' G3 if ,. - - , 5 : . J Q ff 3 ' - , V , 4 7 be v Mag' W XX ,Q . ,, X f' ,tak ,. 5191-5 SOPHOMORES - 1 97 ,A 3 . yr, 4, L i. F' ? ,,,g Q ,l4x., ,Q ,xl I. .: A as f, I 5 1 s , I as ' -5352 '-:' 1 5 I , :lj In x , ,, . ., ,, . - , 5,1 ' ff V. ,- , X I X x .,: h, : 2 A it 5: ' S gp - . ' at ' V f viii' , ' the I K fill, 1 ' -A "' 3 ,N .X Z . -,I if t r , A i s 9 ful J R W 1-37? I .V .9 fa ff Ass h,m ia i ,A.1i, 'L M l Q ' ctt ' . 5 152, J fix 198 - SOPHOMORES g 1? 3 1 Monte McKinney Beth McLaughlin Mark Mullen Margaret Murphy Sabrina McMurty Stephanie Murphy Brad Meeder Donald Mehorczyk Gilbert Mellendof Suzanne Mendoza Louis Meneghin Lisa Mergler June Merritt Shirley Merritt Blanche Meyers Dawn Myers Gary Nack Judy Nawoski John Neal Jon Nebor Brian Nelson Karen Nelson Kimberly Nelson Susan Nemeth William Meyers Christopher Newborn Kevin Michalik Frederick Mick Gregory Mierzwa Daniel Mikolajczak Jeffrey Miller Linda Miller Susan Miller Carolyn Milligan Randy Nichols Tammy Nichols James Nikcevich Diane Ninkovich Roy Nitschke Katherine Nix Thomas Norley Joann Norton Billy Mills Janice Notardonato James Mills Robert Nowaczyk Alan Misniakiewicz Stanley Nowakowski Tommy Moberg Cheryl Moffett Linda Moline Valerie Nudo Deborah Oakes Kathleen O'Brien Deanna Moody Theresa O'Donnell Carol Moore William OlDonnell Sheila Moore Raymond Morehouse Lawrence Moreland Amalia Moreno Louise Moresco James Morgan Judy Morgan Martha Morgan Nancy Morgan Pamela Morgan Drew Mori Carol Morina Paul Morris James Morrissey Willena Morton Mark Moschiano Shawn Mossell Arzellia Motley Maryann Moynihan Melissa Ogden Margaret O'l-lara Richrd Olen Debbie Oliver David Onak Arlene Ondrejka Susan Oosterbaan Theresa Orellana Sherrie Osborne Judy Ossler William O'Toole Kathleen Owen Terry Parham Gerald Paschal Kim Patrick Michelle Patrick Nancy Patterson Barbara Pavlik Areta Pearson , iii " 1,5 , , vs T Q- 4 1 C'f!' 'ff I a+ 5 . 5' 1 ,i , is Ig! 5 f nz, AA , ,, ,Y ', R" J Q ,g . 4,,,,. 5 18 1 2 WT. 23 -:fi 22: ' sw- A N i 4 J if " S . , ,, 1 J V. iiJ,i J s,i, V .J ..,, 'F if " I , Si? l . .J,l'.,.- -, m a y P M ia:-- :ima I 1 xfjf 1 9 1 Z K' P .' 'L ,V K, , W A af.-. qi L wwf ' 5,45 , A ft , 7 f. -J .'.y,., - 4 .,. elf aim if 1, J? M, Q 5 " ' V 'Q' riifl ' -.. 4 TV, 3 it li ,xl 3 . g., ' 1: . 4? s' K l Mr. Jensen instructs his drivers education class. , 4 ISA n a 9, Q ,rg ,r L , ' x' ' . as 4:5 lc- ,iji A . K " x Fw, N K A 'A I ifli A N-v Et, ,, ff a. ' W 4 5-6,2 ,gf 49 4-nv' V, i 4,3 v s 1- 3 L' 1 1 "3 ., ss.ss I ,i w , ,. . ,,, f X K if ' if v1 J x H ' 1 .ii I iA ng P' Avia: 7' wg A-4 'D Celeste Pencakowski Margaret Quinn Robert Pennavaria Justin Perkins Kathryn Perkowski Julius Perryman Donald Pesce Robert Phel ph Joseph Pickett Lawrence Piechna Rodney Pierson Pat Piescinski Michael Pietras Debbie Pignatiello Marvin Piper Conrad Pisinski Matthew Ploszaj Randall Poby Sandra Podlasinski Keith Polson Larry Ponziano Deborah Pope John Poston Robert Potzler George Powell Suzanne Predl Mary Prisby Johnnie Proctor Donnie Proffitt Susan Przybylo Amy Przybytek Ricky Pufahl Marla Putnam Mark Quinn Rosemary Quinn Christopher Radick Carol Ramey Brady Randall Sage Randall Sue Rapacki Tammy Rapka Alton Reese Judy Regan Cynthia Reichert Sandra Reifenstuhl John Reilly David Reitz Paula Reutter Beth Rice Mike Richardson James Richmond Marion Riedle Joseph Rietveld Stephen Ritchie Susan Ritchie Steven Roberts Loren Robertson Cecil Robinson Leo Robinson Richard Roeper James Rogers Quintain Rogers Clara Rojas David Ronzani h Jiist be f J "i' my M , ,ya is J , - EM I . . E v vlt g w 1 , J , - - "' wi' . , sv ,x LX l A Se i , 1 , , El , s' f'f'Y ' ' itft iii ' Agri- l iiiii V W , " . ,,., J5i'.,,'X SOPHOMORES 199 45+- is '3 6 . -1 wa s-faif. six 1. I .L 5 E fa gzg gb A . -sn , - t i'i,,1'i f C e f . ft T A' KI I as nik X 'ri' S , .. 'ky r e en . ,., ' -Q, ,f -"X ' f 315' ' . . '- 1 S We it , J Q h.. 5 I . , . 1 .. is 'ge na l , ' if A 4- . ' 200 - SOPHOMORES S E ,-qf age .g:'-5 .- .. Y Q - ii ? 3 - - . 1: In '. , ' x S we Two students find the student parking lot a relaxing place to enjoy their 1974 Piper. Ray Roeper Scott Rose Michael Rousseau Walter Rucinski Sandra Ruggles Judith Rusdorf Michael Ruskin David Rybarczyk Mary Safran Susan Sales Thomas Samargin Cheryl Sanders Tammy Sanders Lorene Santilli Karl Schaeflein Paul Schallmo Jeffrey Schiemann Debra Schild Michael Schultz Ray Schweitzer Cheryl Scott Dawn Scott Voorhies Scruggs Michael Seabrook John Sears James Seef Mary Seef Laura Shatkowski Mary Shepherd Suzanne Shields Kathryn Siadek Douglas Siegele Steven Signor Paul Silkowski Christopher Simnick Larrice Sims Jeffrey Singleton Carolyn Skinner Jerome Slawkowski Denise Slivka -'- 5 to J eee H . va: 1' 1 1 5 aw W X A, Q ..,, ,N-YN s I at X 1 'V 'st ..,- f . . af 1-K A J, -..Q if if it ' 3 ' ig We Q1 Mug! "ig: . QE" E . 10. K is ' Q 1- RobertSliwa ' - MarySloan i Laura Smaga K ' -V e PatSmigel Q i L'if - f Carnell Smith X x ii . ' all e Dale Smith , Dan Smith W' ' , DianaSmith ua- E 'gggyeaf a A gi' Ernest Smith - Vi lies Karen Smith it LW -Q Pamela Smith fig K I Ronald Smith t ,fi S Steve Smith 5 , i P 1 A 1 Thomas Smith W 53 ' ' ' V S julie Sonsiadek - I , Marie Sorci ' 12' ,, A ' , ' David Southall M' 3 " 'X' S L 's 1 W r 3 ' Ofl pa 9 L 5 ' Ernest Speaks . x ' ' ff Ramona Speaks Diane Specius Vicki Spiller Karen Sprouse Timothy Sprouse Carol Stanish Darlene Stark Matthew Starkovich Carol Steadman Susan Steffens Marian Stelter Susan Sterenberg Susan Stern Frankie Stewart Rita Stewart Anne Stirchak Sandi Stocklose Karen Stojak Mary Storey john Stovall Shelley Stratton x S - eees tw S- ,, it 55' 1 - -...i D l in K if ,qi X I 'xx Q R Sophomores Marion Riedle, Iudy Anthonson and Karen Nelson take a brief rest during the thirty mile Bike-A-Thon last spring. , "NX PX , L , Y 133, er xl , .. Q la i 3 . , ' 4 SOPHOMORES - 201 N' Q x. 4 Q ex x as . ,A -. P HN Q Q 'G 1 K. A 4 in wtf 4 ,. fi---H. '2i ,:::.- --'Ein '5?33?'5f-- :, .",:..f' 1:29214 f ' " ii X ' L rv ..... if . .1.. 5 i 4 1' lr! K " ':h" if , 1. r , ? i is E W gg x 'Q FM: "Ss 5 2 Q5 'N ggi?-ng N vi T X Q it a 5 T . or S 'V' ' T Dale Struven Joseph Studzinski Paula Sudaz Thomas Suffern Carol Sullivan Donald Sullivan Mary Sullivan Cary Summers Debra Swiatek Darryl Switzer Robert Sypole Barbara Tanis Dale Taylor Larry Taylor Susan Testa Mark Thom Edward Thomson Cindy Toigo james Tolbert Cynthia Tomczak Clarice Travis Joseph Truehart Debbie Tuftedal Ieffrey Turngren Edward Tustin Donna Tyberg Lore Ulaszek Donna Underwood David Valente Linda Valiunas Dean Vander Meyden Mike Van Heel Tony Van Wermes kerken Dennis Thomas Roosevelt Thomas Linda Thompson Yolanda Thompson Edward Vaughan Mark Vaul Charlotte Veasy E N if i ,.ii as r . . esse as " hhii f a s - -- w xg f r ,-- refer:-,mggiai --'L rf ' yye N N' A A E it ,QT 2 N N s wim ' 2: ., if r- --3 X .. Av ,I x R Renee Pusateri, Terri Oreillana, and Dan Albert perform in Story Theatre. 202 - SOPHOMORES L"' V W ltcc ' my . W s ' " L Twenty per cent ofthe sophomore class ride the bus every day. fi ,.,:f,, pn. X kx g -K1. t ..,,J X . 9 1 , W.. K as ' , i x x..:7 Ut u we N.-: -fhk ' ki .--: ,Q if of -M i ms' I t A 3, , XJ 38 , , .W . .L V . - A e- W-'Lis if-2,43 :'-- e QQZ, - ,fV- t t L? 13.2 . ,, is , ir- in 2 :Jw -L,, 5 R XM it 31354 I 4 5. T xii: 'fr 'F YJ . W 7- : T Thomas Vespa Robert Vinciguerra David Voll joseph Voss David Vukelich Donna Watford Greg Walenga Ioan Waligora Ricky Walker Marvin Wallace Cary Wallin Kathy Walter Robert Warner Lynn Watkins Daniel Webb Kathy Weber Cynthia Wegrzyn Reginald Wells jim Wheeler Charlene Whitaker Diane White David Whitten Thomas Wichelecki Sammie Williams Tazah Williams Timothy Williams Michael Wilson-. Sandra Wimberley Iennifer Winiecki Deborah Winter Meredith Wise Natalie Wojciechowski Kim Wolkhamer George Yaksic Anthony Youga james Yurkovich Cynthia Zajeski Ralph Zajeski William Zalewski Donna Zartman Sandra Zawislak Kenneth Zdzinicki Nicholas Zerebny Wayne Widmer Laura Zfiszutek Paula Wilck Raymond Wilck Cindy Williams Kathy Williams Liu Zotti Burt Zurawicz Daniel Zuzuly X , A, X .v Y 431, A N' K D1 t vi - C.. ,,. - R ae., f .L 'E 4' . :xx M, If is I ! vw, it ,. J f L3- -W X 4 NVQ, FQ 1 :- 1,4 I si Q 2 'Elk l t Q. x " 'uv' jziji r 'K C ,Q 3 Bob gl 'Q Y Felix t SOPHOMORES - 203 PRESI-IME Freshman year is a true learning experience. Freshmen quickly discov- ered that locker combinations, room numbers, and class schedules can not be forgotten. Although freshmen are not too involved in TR's clubs and organizations, they can look forward to three years of extracurricular activi- ties. Also, future years at TR will in- clude a variety of advanced level courses. In September 820 freshmen entered Thornridge. ,,,. ' ,.. 2 A 5y1v1aAg.u11af T y " e Laura Ahlstedt V, - fy Q , my my Iohn Aleman f - 5 W ,". Sfephanie .s.. s. A' Alexander H ff ' .ga A ,'- Q H I . . V " if . if Diane Alfano . ' Brian Allen f T 4 K X Urese Allen i if ,ggg A 5, - 3 3 1 Penny Alvarez Y if " wif? ' f Karen Ambrose - i'i'i Kenneth Anderson A ,.,, , s 4 if . ' ' ..,, fa Marvin Anderson ff' f Pamela Andry U . . gh ii'i V 'Q T , - ' ' - Q, ,Q if lll - , TammY Anna gl . ff' 'jf 1' , . 1 Debbie Armstrong ,. Thomas Arndt 5 V 1 K ' .1 'V Donna Arnold 'V W W J ,, .., : My 4,.. ,.,, , E I H - Ay ,ta i-g 4 .- A I -A Angeline Attreau 12 Z A - lm .1 1- if. .-...'f zzz- M1fhaff1BaChm2fm .. fi , Bernard Badali .V A W Richard Bahorich 5 ,.t 3 ' ' . - - 5 . The A Building overhang frames the library and administration offices. 204 FRESHMEN 4- ., ,,' Y , ,,,,,, T t T . I ,,., , ij, A1 V -gi - 'ZF 2 , 54 V i ., ., X. , I 4. 5 I X A - , ,asm i-5 ex ,a V, - V LV,y 4 ,A g V- .4 qi't4?jpiii ' L I-i f f f V .1 w2 as L A Q ' A T 1W N T T " V M + a f" A. C i r- T if: VV 5 gl 4 ' t :wif f . fi A 55 Anthony Baker Teresa Baker James Ballard Mary Banasiak Sherrod Bandy Elijah Banks Gifford Banks Melvin Banks Stuart Bapple Brian Barclay Mark Barclay Kenneth Barnes William Bass Russell Bates Terence Bay Brenda Beard Ieffrey Beattie Janice Beese Anthony Bell David Benford Michael Benson David Berman Maureen Bernacki Karen Bernas Rodney Best Gregory Bey Raymond Biewenga Linder Binder Kenneth Black Ronald Black Thomas Blank julie Bloom Ronald Bocian Nancy Boling Angie Bolton Sherry Bolton jeffrey Bond Pamela Boros' james Boudreau Alford Boyd Cathy Bozich Linda Bragg Iohn Brazzale jaynie Brehm Kurt Brill Brad Brink Michael Brook Robert Brookfelt Anthony Brown Diane Brown Jacqueline Brown jeffrey Brown Sherman Brown Marilyn Browner Nathaniel Browner Dina Broze Bogdan Bryniarski Sue Brzozowski Barbara Buckley Doris Buckley Donna Bullar Bryon Burgess Brendan Burke Carolyn Busch Michael Bush Robert Bush Selina Butler Gloria Byers Mark Byttow Yvonne Caldana Sam Camerano Barry Campbell Peter Capriglione Phillip Caputo Dave Carey Iohn Carlson Kelvin Carpenter Kenneth Carraway Edwin Carter Kenneth Carter Kenton Carter Nathan Carter Roberta Cassidy Phillip Ceriale Jeffrey Charles joseph Chiappetta Catherine Chiaro Michael Chmielewski Mark Chmura Sharon Christensen Laura Cicero Elizabeth Cima Timothy Cirrintino Annvirda Cittadino Iames Clancy Bernard Clanton 4 y 1 as 153, f Z I if O A ,i I - V ag' .Q C ra 54' 1 f if T V 2 ', ' rf ' iii, at tteet T A E E gh . 1 4 A A 1 ffl 'K S' 6 5555? 3 2' F44 1 4 , 4 X15 1' U ' ' i , , .1. ' In ' T ,., ,fy gf g f 1 I . f M ft ii- '- 'ff ' , Gigi - -Q ' A 3-. , iff , i ' , 44'-3 T La , 15" ..., , ..,, 'wp ' . - a A 5 E , "J I. ' ef' . 1': 5 f' x :M , " 4' xi A ' :t, V, , gg' I '-ff F' ' 'it' wg - T f 1.17 ke' fl f ' g :gg "' ' ' ii 'L . 3a, . r , , i 1 ,,,li 'Q -V ,L 'fx ' 1 .4 ' . 1 ' of an it if A Ae: M 1 , I ,1 Y. ,,, QM , 1 - at -- ,,L, . , , -SP V ti ' , W P ' me M so as Q rr? ,E M A . If A J K ' t te i Y ' ' . 1 ' V aff. Vi A .. r. .- I I I , I ,fa In Zig, ,, I . A , ,, E , V 5 , vs Z, X H :A f' 'L ' ,,, wh r ' ,U .1 u is , 'Fm ' we W f f 5 i A -G FRESHMEN - 205 W iw 5 I , -i 1,94 V . z H Zig-: 'J' V,V, fs 114 QT, 5. Q43 a f, ' ' N ' L ' 'f ill if 1 .f " Lx 32 k-'k T we 'vw i f X- -rf ffl WZ? f fu. "' g4 QQ? fl V V l if 5. il - 6' . iw f 14, I I 4 9 V , L JA .few tt 59, Q' M a 2 tv ggi? t -24? Q is U' Z .1 ' Sri Ag . ,,,, X t 'X , tw r- i pg ff? M. JW W as 1 ' A! , ,. ,2 Q tai, X J . ,tit I I I ' 'f , , ,,,. ry It ,Q ig 'Q ' WV? ' 4 k 'MV 5 Lf ,f Rx Ejf 'X ' . .,,, kt I' V ' 'N' 4 .51 1 A E .,.,V F V 3 al i ., ,f- , , i f ,fd 'W ftw fum .cj 5. , fm is aff-L - gczsr -E f Q' , , fr A ' .3 , :'h' A F ' 3 A yas gh? yty fgswy w ' ,, ., f T ' .A ii fimi 5 I , V 1 3 ' f T ,.r wma wwf, ' WQWI' t M ,A , VW,.:2, x: .,iu f:..,,f' g , X 206 - FRESHMEN Linda Clanton Darryn Clark Kimberly Clark Melvin Clark Richard Claxton Dorthy Cleary Kent Cogswell Robert Cohn Deritha Cole jonathan Cole Brenda Coleman David Coleman Thomas Condon Phyllis Conners Carin Cooper Steve Cooprider jodi Corbett Kathleen Corbett Beth Corey David Corradin Kenneth Cortopassi Edward Cosman Steven Cosman Clrant Cowen john Craig Ruth Crane Iames Cross Paul Cullom Marshall Currin Norman Curtis Michael Dani Robert Daniel Eileen Danko Phylistine Dardon Cary Darnell Dennis D. Auben Michael Daugharty Katherine Davia Cedric Davis Deneli Davis Helane Davis Dino De Laurentis Dana DeLuca Scott DeLuca Louis Dennis Rena DeNormandie Renee DePaul Anthony Derfoldi Brian Derr Kenneth Derrico Nathaniel DeVoe Laura DeYoung Pamela DeYoung Cynthia Dickens Cheryl Dillon Diane DiNicola Stacy Dismuke William Dittmann janet Dmitrovich Ioy Dohmeyer Karon Dorsey Virginia Douglas Steven Downey Richard Doyle Karen Drabes Timothy Drake Nerrissa Dudley Thomas Dudzik Linda Duffy Maureen Duffy Iudith Duncker Michael Dunham Robert Dvorak Diane Dwelis Paula Dwyer Clary Dzugan Cynthia Eaves Cynthia Ebert Rosemarie Eby Ruthann Eby Sandra Eckrich Margaret Elkins Jacqueline Ellis Karen Ellison Susan Elmgren Debbie Emery William Engelbrecht Gwen Erikson Gail Ernd Carolyn Fabrie james Fazzini Arthur Felix Alfred Ferreira Kurt Ferro Thomas Filippo David Finchum A lmfgggwj ti,. M T 31:4 2, W 9 ff Ji, 1' Af 1.2, Isl' ,Fvv . f, .AVV L. Y ,N E- tt , y r 2-, V, , WW i ja 1 1 4 , Vzlv fait., if C 1 "bl H "xl ' ' " ' Q17 "" " L Dwi." WQ42MW'x :f"'L 'T' V ii V 'A" ,ai ',', ., 2 'ft f'yf, .vv. V, ,I -f i i'V V W ? K I 'i ii' 5 I l ,ym lifxf ill , f f'f H af 4 ij , , 1 as F Viy,,y ,, l 457 vfriy 'iv 'dr 4 '19 WW? la l :www - -vaziemfwf 9 I 'QF' 1 :- F 9 gh- ,,..., t Wwwm r f. Z' ' , ,...., 1 an V A Qt H I I 11 I 1 , 'Kg 'V A 4, ' I" fi . an M 'l 'i ig? 1 N is ,X vii .A Wzlq -if .q,, Q aw 'ie 5 to ? e xt n 'K C ,,....i , , slves - . C , Qi' 1- . q- ' -- 14- h - i f "k' "',, ::5l' R ' A k"' - . "-1 F 9 i C F ies'- , t , , xv, ' K -K li F Ni 1 . A 4 W ! i - 4 4 ff' r S , . t ii -:'- " 4 X 1 K 2 3 Patricia Fish Betty Fisher Paul Fleischman Donna Flynn Iames Fotopoulos Timothy Fox Maxine Foy Nancy Fraley Scott Franklin Charles Frazier Carl Frederisy Deborah Freeman Stephen Freeman Donna Fugate Eric Fuller Ianie Fuller Melanie Furman Daniel Gaines James Galen Robert Galvin William Gammie Michael Gannon Veronica Garrett Becky Garvey Fernando Garza Michael Garza Yvonne Gasik Michael Gasior lacqueline Gatlin Gregory Gawel Steven Gawel Sandra Gawlik Catherine Genovese Diane George mi 3? I - af . A' W .. X 5 W- , kd 2 , ,M ., P 5 A A ' E tir fi- in 23 F B ii C CatherineGawrych G E 'ta James Gertzen Edward Gholston Pam Gibson Brenda Gifford Richard Gifford Hallway crowds H'-it S it 9 - ,... , K -z, 1 Q, in gf ! 5 lt s .. S are easily avoided when one uses the courtyard. 1 FRESHMEN - 207 v 5, ,if . 5 I .,-2 . ' t mme V , " fi' A N,,, ,. "M" hm ii: ff, .. ,, We usssx' , f f .. ,w ' e I ev " " f' i P Y f . 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'ii 'Y 208 - FRESHMEN M f l 1 I -at if A ,m , H up A 'J 7 M15-1 ft X to ' 1 if-f f YVV K 'ii Peggy Gilbert James Gismondi Julie Gismondi John Glowa Penny Goldsmith Robert Goldsmith Patricia Gough Robert Grabinski Kevin Grandberry Richard Grant Carol Grazioli Karen Green Mike Greenfield James Griffin Mary Griffin Kevin Griffis Sara Grober Richard Gron Curt Gryczewski Ronald Gulczynski William Gulliver Joseph Gustafson Lori Hagler Gerry Halicky Mark Halicky Vickie Hall Edward Halper Lucy Hammermeister Sharon Haney Timothy Honnon Terri Hanville Thomas Harrington Dorthy Harris Patricia Harris Denea Harrison Terri Hayes Josephine Healy Teresa Heath Brad Hedstrom Cheryl Hemmer Michael Henderson Brian Henly Brock Henly Charles Henry Mary Jane Henry Mark Herbert John Hickey Rachea Hill Victor Hill Ruby Hines Tammy Hinrichs Lee Hinton Phil Hojnicki John Holland Christie Holleman Bobbie Holmes Shelly Holmes Janet Holmstedt Michael Holndoner Christie Honeysucker Elise Hood Susan Horne Tammey Horner Susan Howard ur H -, 'il in . xt aff-S' A. Ei- , T L jj 'Z 152 1 .1 1' 1 aw ' fha ,W H 'M ' W gcaim '7 ! V R xo 'Q Q? 5 2 2 H? C ,, f W - . 1 fm i V W +- ,Q at Q 'W' f 1 f f as- 'jf aw 1 if I f" if f J 6 1 M- I 5 4 .K L 9 Q Ron Hull and Mary McCormick square dance at the Homecoming assembly. J J 'Eg' , T im. ., -fy ' A ' 'AA' J .,,V H fi e 'F A ' ' 5 Y K A J Homecoming decorations by the cheerleaders add humor to their confident spirit. Darnell Hudson Beverly Huff Brian Hughes Peggy Hurst Kurt Hurtig Kenneth Hutter Vickie Irvine Scott Irwin Michelle Isaacson Andrea Ivy Arnette Jackson Helena Jackson Henry Jackson Regina Jackson Michele Janczak Steven Jarmusz Debbie Jeffries Susan Jehli Darryl Jenkins Marla Jenkins Tochaisky Jenkins Ken Jesernik Donald Johnson Kent Johnson Pamela Johnson Ronald Johnson Andrew Jones Diane Jones Lorilee Jones Sandra Jones Sandra Jones Verlean Jones Anthony Jordan Tyrone Jordan John Joren Jane Joritz Richard Juds Michael Jurries John Juszczyk Linda Kainrath Fred Kaleel Marty Kalinowski Lori Kaminski Michaeline Karwatka Richard Kass Priscilla Keaton Angela Kegler Brian Kelleher David Kelly Lynda Kendrick Timothy Kern James Kilcoyne David King Robbin King Robert King Julie Kloep Gloria Knabe Daniel Knispel Timothy Knopp Loretta Knox Leo Kolodziej Jacque Kompanowski Diane Korach Edward Kornya 4 iiiitt in 4, A it A i Jafar V r: . i 5 it 1- 1 4 K H ' TZ 5, ,,,f.-Www -cw ,f 4324 ' si. 5' ,- ,, W J l 3543 ' T C4 .1 if Qifn : ,, ,, sf. K 6, A i tii ',i' 5, eee' 'it. 4 1 A "r- l 'i' A aan L , y,, Q 1,1 'W "-:af 1 ' if ., 9 X- at 'tr , fi, , oy? ,H it v ' 5 .K i J -1, , fi 'sid 4 " I ii 0 ill ff ift . ddl My FRESHMEN - 209 X 1 ,Q , f L, f ll I ,fi 'ff 7 J 459 if 1 W fe- 1 ,, , my ,W a A!! mf W f ' i 1 ., ,L J E ' " f m, " - 4 a ff 6 , f , av 4 1 4 5 G i 4 eie 210 PRESHMEN w t t I AW , , J , , 4 1 f ff w 95 . M f I If ? fgvl' , 7 ,Z . iz ll f 4 Y v mmf? A V, VV My " " , ., v ' as ,li ' 1 J.. f fy Mus, aaa: or el if I 4 ig fs 559 7' fi? 9 A, as ,K M, . fr -J ' in , Wick 5 i 0 ff www 4 I 1 , ZA. . , g?,4,i,, 41' az is ' J if tk -56 ' W ',., ii' "', Q 15 Vickie Kory Luana Kosiara Lynn Kosich Beverly Kramer John Krasinski Jeffrey Kratovil Veronica Krikava Daryl Krikau Kelley Kristin Dorothy Kron Martha Kross Renee Kubilius Mike Kudlo Robert Kumaki Paul Kurgan Richard Kutz Karen Kuzemka Joseph Kuzminski Michael Lane Ernest Langbeen Ronald Larson Linda Latronico Kathleen Laurencell Robert Lawson Janette Lawrence Kenneth Lee Randy Lee Jonathan Lengel Terese Levich Michael Lewis Shirley Lewis Michael Liberac ki Diane Linden Debra Lisek Michael Lisiecki Arthur Livingston Kenneth Lloyd Michael Long Pamela Lopacki Cynthia Lopez William Lovas Joyce Lymas James Lynch Jane Lynch Mike Lyons Maureen Maart David Maas Karen Macander Sheryl Madsen Charles Maguire Elaine Malloy Denise Malone Lourdes Mancha Elaine Manes Jack Mangano David Manifold Druann Mantz Jack Marchetti Thomas Mariaxtowski Douglas Marshall Chuck Martin Craig Martin Steven Martin Maria Martinez Melanie Marzullo Melody Mayerchik Toria Mayfield John Mazurek Sharon McAnally Teresa McCarthy Lynn McCaughey Karron McCoy Evelyn MCC ray Steven McDougal James McFarland Patrick McFarland ,ga y , sw f 1 efr. , i f , ,f' " IM P vufl i- fff miits 1 1 lr,. E X ,,f , eeey ,.1i11i1i1i"',LiiQL. l 'cc' '12 " , ' may L' , , 'if fx, Q ' bf, -f-fa 5' 5 f' Kg -"- W 4 Z a lti , , , .. f l K -452 A J " ' - t iii" ' ? 5,, , E v , l 3 g Q ii 2' ,M 13' .Qi 9 1 1'5- if V I A 3 lik... W - L QNX? g KK: -1 1 L gs ' K 2 r Z K H .. g . P A' n fy R or is RSF in if X 4 Qi, Q x gk W 5 Q ,, W n .: . L ,. J Lorraine McGill Kevin McHugh Booker McKelphin Timothy McKeough Linda McLaughlin Lisa McNair Karen McNutt Sylvia Mendez Douglas Merkelbach jeffrey Merritt joy Messerschmidt Elaine Meyerchick Simon Mezydlo Roger Michaelis Warren Miedema Darryl Miller Donald Miller Anton Minkalis Iames Mitchell Dennis Moczynski James Mohn Craig Moncada Beverly Moore Mary Moore Ralph Moore Shirley Moore Warren Moore Pam Mora A Building stands out among the other buildings at TR. Freshman English is not all bad as Tim Fox and Kemizan Tinque demonstrate. Thomas Moran Byron Morgan L Lynn Morgan Robert Morgan f X- x Yi Q N 7 8 , .- In Tina Morgan Peter Mori Robert Morin ,, .- Meryl Morris Sv, Nancy Morris ., 'N Phaon Morris Mary Morrissey Marcia Morsovillo Q Q ,V Q Xkx , mix Michelle Morton t, .. is - Victor Morton Angela Mosley Daniel Mossell get 4 N. .. 9 - get kt Terry Mott .' ' ii f Sherry Mudge I 1, E I Q '- - Cynthia Mulhall L , L Stephen Mullen ' Mark Mulvenna Alicia Murphy Michael Murphy ' - . Oscar Murphy g 6 e s L N Y we ae Jfflksk Q .ig S Ronald Nack JeffNeh1s A f ' A David Nehring 'D Q "g 5 '. . 9 x li YJ. ,N Lisa Neil ,T ,- A fki ' -. ' ., 5: 5 cyl. t Wanda Nelms i'ii K N 4, if Ee Q , Lynn Nelson . i E gg Q Linda Nichols 'i ' 'T ' ' Thomas Nichols ' It I K I - ' 3' 5 I it 'K 3 N dy . T , T Ji .-fin '. ' i ' - 'Ji' Yi R i t FRESHMEN 211 6. i :M - .f , 1 , ' xg or 1 A wg ff -7.4 , '35 2? , iff f ff L 'J we or 'fifffiv V . 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I' if Zi " ,V 212 - FRESHMEN , ..,,, M 2' i YE X 4. if J 'J W V Wi ""W'0i3'ff'i""'ff 1 J 4 'Af Q 1 6 ff 0 1 V Kimberly Nicholson Leroy Nicholson Michael Nieckula Steven Nilles Nancy Niquette Glen Nolte Elizabeth Norling Donald Norman Jeff Norris Victor Novak Tim Nye Jane O'Brien Dennis Odenwald Jennifer Ohrt Claudia Oliviel Kathleen OfMalley Darryl Onak Denise Onak Jaqueline Ondreka George Overzet Orrinna Pace Gregory Palagi Michael Pallotto Patricia Palmer Jeffrey Pammer Mark Panozzo Darnell Parker Kelly Parker Pam Parker Delbert Parkinson Bryan Paskewicz Judith Paterik Richard Paterick Pamela Patlak Delores Patterson Nick Pavlakis Lawrence Payne Linda Peel Linda Pencakowski Kenneth Pepin Diane Perkowski Anna Perruso Clinton Perryman Tony Pesce Kathy Peters David Petersen Linda Petersen Cindy Peterson Judith Phelps Julie Phelps Renee Picha Frances Pickett Michael Pieczynski Michael Pierson Kenneth Pietrzak Linda Pilastro Janice Pisarski Kathy Pis arski Alice Pistro Joe Pittman Paul Podlecki Craig Poerio Darlene Polanski Barbara Polley Dennis Populorum Donna Postema Douglas Postma Daryl Prisby Ernest Proctor Ernestine Proctor John Provo Rebecca Putman John Putnam Kathleen Quinn Carol Quirke Sheri Radick Clinton Reed Dennis Reis Quentin Reynhout Twyla Rice April Richardson Michael Richardson Janice Richmond Deanna Rickert Donald Rigoni Tina Ripplinger Dennis Roach Darrell Robinson Mark Robinson Stranetta Robinson Sally Rock Jean Rodden Robin Rogers Tanya Rogers Loretta Rollins Jamie Romancik 4 riff f, Q .,,, 1 , 1 ' J ' 1 . assent W' was ' ,, J , . 1 J ' gif ' yyy. 5 2 ' Q. I ' .' . A ,.,, ,M x ,A 1 Jrr or - 'm f ' F39 we 1 V V an " l r l. 1 ' , w 553151, R , .E as aw, - - Avff' , . f-2 tg ' :zu H :wh .,," ' vs-fm , Q sig, , 4 jf fy 4 -4' f 1 IA ,if . .N f ff f -- 31 af' .za ii 7 J' e if Q 3 f it .Zi 7 J 5 if 1. ,I 'fiifiifi - 4 if :J 7, L 'fu ' ," iii if- ""' - ,ff ' ,. . f 'flf " A, C ' C - ,,,f, if I Zi f f f 5 , if , st W , ' Jw 'Y iw 5 ' H 1. . , ,Q ' 1 ., ,, J 5 ' v 44 if 1 f fr 5 X if ff 4 Q f qu J W' ,I if Wan 1 I 1 mv' M hm Cheerleaders entertain a football assembly crowd with a skit. is M, I ,, at 'uf K 1 J to X' . 'lv 1 fi? Y lr X 1.59, , f f 'S B ,.,,.. ,Q fa Q '-EY' :X I 1 L K. -si li SFX P- i . 'S ' 'N N S aaaa iii Q 'tu iz. N - N To a ..,:1 K 'Q if X Q V-I vu fs ,4 fc , - Q fi I 5 . sy 4 X U 5431 C Q we T A 4 Al - A N 'i x 1. , ivafiif ' Y 5 We Qt" to 'M f .-at , ' , R .. , s-X J .3 W. -1 X X X 'ive ft' t . . . in Ari Rosenthal Michael Ross Barbara Roth David Rothbard James Routon Claudia Rozewicki Margaret Ruddy Eve Rudnick Joseph Rudolf Amy Rupprecht Martin Rykiel Kevin Sable Domenica Samargin Gayle Samuelson Warren Sandridge John Sansone Don Sapinski Anthony Saunders Andrew Sbalchiero Patricia Scally Timothy Scally Christine Scapino Matthew Schaeflein Laurence Scherr Michael Schleng Jack Schroeder Michele Schweda Jacqueline Scott James Scuderi Cleo Seabrook James Segal Michael Segal Paul Seidler Sherry Sells Dawn Sembenini Greg Sertich Darrell Settles Peggy Shannon Karen Sheldon Brenda Shelton Pam Shipplett Dwayne Sigler Dave Simnick Richard Sims William Sindewald Joseph Singleton Barbara Sinwelski Patrick Skoglund Janice Slawkowski Laura Slivka Laurie Smaga Kimberly Small Mark Smit Alisandra Smith Bernadette Smith Charles Smith Charlotte Smith Gary Smith Janet Smith Karen Smith Renee Smith William Smith John Solich Jim Standish S Ei . QR A 11 82 2' S 'Q' F, A ' A 'F Pi gf Q i-in fl. if' S E K .Q Q i " f Qc.. . .X ,Q-. ' ' is ---rf . A tii If L A t '-T"sbkx A , if X5 J J - v Y "gi A . ft EA 1 uf- 1 ' . N f J - X 1: Q sf ' ,zo ' k, A f , - 4. ,, A A , st X at . .bf -15-if .L K ttt.t, ky F it 3 ' ss-es g t. A , . xi A ,!- ': "' K "Nil?'l - waist f S oi: V I 'S .. lttrly -I . ettt ii ' 'F I S51 A if .ff FRESHMEN - 213 W ' .4-'Q V -Eff ' Mn if fwrywg s ,I 9 3 1,4 it WV ff . I 5 ' "L:A it, 'Sail 55,5 5 - ,, fm, gif .1 ', aff'-1 . Robin Starkey Paul Staszak Kurt Stefans Susan Steffens Sheryl Straka Antoinette Sturgis Anna Suggs John Sullivan , 1 "ff" . ' -Y Vw 1 ' .Ei t j H l" 5 KL - 1 3 Yi " 11 5 f Jim Stelter Edward Sulski xg' ' Q5 Annette Sfewaff Robert Summers as IAAI , V M Karen Stiltner Grayling Swan It ' Tori Stockdale Ted 5W9tlik ,,, , , i' tti A ' S' , t , l,. Wff,-- H Q , 4-g ig M, .,AA , ,NV 1 W , kk A L .:vV, I f l AV g y Ti ig Cindy Stocklose Yolanda Sydnor , 3 ,, lll' Judy Stolak Deborah Talaga V, L ,'t"r t . S t Robefffvfojak R0gerTarmer t S P t A --"l- H fit ' F dSt R T l , 't"' 'tt' if tirrr re my me 8 it - orgtt ,ttt , rit t togtt " H t S,., lli ,ii, 'H at , 'tt w fl V ,aw W ' ,, f"' " ,,, The daily rush of incoming students fills C Building hallways each morning 214 - FRESHMEN Estelle C arbajal performs at last spring's Spanish festival. t. , .gg ik R . --K T -, 5-A Q 1 t .W x- . ., 4. Iig... i,, L.. E Q , 3 712223, L i . ff -"l X 1 'F' X NSE. R in X N 0 me of a t .... . S S 1 V c ., it T . ef' ' L Q 1 5 ' - l'. l.l- i 'ff l' X .,,: llml- ll, -Ll 5 5 J? igix .1 ' 5 I K t , 1 ' t . 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Cux, David O. 194 Cox Debbie Cox, james 194 Cox, Pamela 95, 157 Cox, Randy 19-2 Cox, Sheryl 194 Craig, Cynthia 180 Craig, james 53, 157 Craig, john 206 Cramer, Richard 194 Crane, Ruth 56, 108, 206 Crawford, David 194 Crawford, Frank 103 Crawford, LaVerne 78, 180 Crests, james 137, 194 Crisman, Gregory 130, 194 Cris man, Linda Crosby, Crosby, Dave 194 Dino 194 Davis, Wanda 22, 151 Deane, Maureen 157 Deane, Patrick 194 Degani, Randall DeLaurentis, Dino 206 DelMed DelMed ico, james 101, 138, 181 ico, Paula 50, 58, 194 DeLuc.1, Dana 88, 206 DeLuca, Russel 157 DeLuca, Scott 206 Dembinsld, Lizbeth 97, 181 Denardo, john 181 Dennard, Regina 181 Dennis, Louis 206 DeNormandie, Edward 181 DeNormandie, Rena 206 Denton, Kevin 194 DePaul, Brian 181 DePaul, Renee 206 Derfoldi, Anthony 103, 206 Dekoberlis, Daniel Derossi, Janette 151 Derr, Brian 103, 206 Derrico, Kenneth 206 Derrico, Laura 128, 194 Devaney, Donald 181 Devlin, Laura 29, B0 DeVoe, Nathaniel 206 Dewey, Lauren 95, 157 Dewey, Leslie 181 DeWitt, Larry 157, 172 DeYoung, Alan 55, 90, 157 DeYoung, Laura 52, 55, 206 ' 151 DeYoung, Lisa 53, 55, DeYoung, Pamela 206 Dickens, Cynthia 205 Dickfy, Shirletle 157 Dienes, Shirley 93 Diffay, Constance 194 Dillingham, Carl Dillon, Cheryl 206 DiM.1re, Alexander DiM.xre, Frank 194 DiNicola, Diane 91, 206 Dismore, Sherrie 181 Dismore, Terri 194 Dismuke, Stacy 206 Dittman, james 83, 194 Dittmann, joseph 97 Dittmann, William 112, 206 Dmitrovich, Diane 36, 73, 7B, 125, Dmilrovich, janet 36, 125, 206 Dobbertin, Kurt 181 Dohmeyer, Joy 206 Dolan, Gene 194 Donahue, Michael Donofrio, john 137 Donofrio, Larry 193, 138, 181 Duffy, Linda 72,206 Cima, Eliz abdh 55, 133, 205 Cirrintino, Ellen 180 Cirrintino, Timothy 110, 205 Cilladino, Clancy, la Annvirda 205 mes 205 Clanton, Bernard 205 Clanton, Linda 206 Clark, Bernelda Clark, Carolyn Sb, 193 Clark, Curtis Clark, Darryn 206 Clark, Denise 193 Clark, lohn Clark, Kimberly 200 Clark, Melvin 206 Clark, Michael 52 Clark, Paul Clarke, Cheryl 193 Clarke, 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Cunningham, john j. 4, 38, 57, 130,157 Cunningham, William 101, 118, 138, 180 Curatolo, Dan 113, 157 Curatolo, Timothy 194 Currier, Scotl 130, 194 Currin, Marshall 56, 206 Curtis, Norman 206 Czaswicz, Ben 106, 157 Czech, Melanie 79, 157 Czeiniejewski, Sandra 53, 58, 194 Dagans, Deborah Dagans, Raymond 194 Dahlstrom, Tamara 194 Dmldegan, Tami 49, 194 Dalfyf Iohn 97, 157 Daley, Nancy 194 F Dalle, Pamela 88, 125, 128, 194 Dal Santo, Daniel 194 Dal Santo, Gina 180, 182 Dani, Michael 206 Daniel, Robert 206 Danko, Eileen 206 Dardon, Phylisilne Z D6 Darling, Palricia 63, 95, 157 Darnell, Cary 206 Darnell, William 174 D'Auben, Dennis 206 Comiskey, Donald 79,156 Comiskey, johnny 138,191 Condon, Pamela 50, 180 Condon, Thomas 206 Coniglio, Rose 29, 180 D'Aul32n, Mike 76, 83, 84, 90, 157 Daugharty, Michael 206 Davia Diane 93, 157 Davia Katherine 31, 80, 206 Davia, Maureen 194 Davis, Beverly 194 Davis, Carol 55, 194 Davis, Cedric 103, 206 Davis, Denell 2.06 Davis, Cary181 Davis, Helane 72, 88, 206 Davis, Kathy 127, 181 Davis, Lethelberl 194 Davis, Patrice 181 Davis, Davis, Ramon 53, 57, 90, 157 Vinava 157 Dooley, james 194 Dumbo, Theresa 181 Dorozynsky, Christina 53, 194 Dorsey, Dorsey, Emanuel Karen 206 Doss, janet 90 Dotson, Allse Dougherty, Brian 112 Douglas, Eric 86, B7 Douglas, Ronald 194 Douglas, Virginia 206 Downey, Barbara Downey, Steven 206 Doyle, Richard 103, 206 Drabes, Karen 206 Drake, Timothy 206 Dreesen, leanne 194 Drewenski, Donald Dubish, Pamela Dubish, Perry 135, 194 Dubois, Marcclle 29, 194 Dubuvi, Karen 194 Dudek, Robert 194 Dudley, Nerrissa 206 Dudlik, Lynn 109, 125, 129, 181 Dudzik , Thomas 39, 107, 206 Duffy, Maureen, 88, 206 Dugan, Theodore 181 Duke, Cynthia 133 Dumas, Rodney 93 Duncan, Gail 181 Duncker, james 91, 104, 130, 194 Duncl-cer,judith 91, 108, 206 Dunham, Eugene 38, 181 Dunham, Michael 206 Dunkley, Sandy 93, 194 Durkin, Ieaneen Durr, Brian 107 Dvorak, Ruben 52, se, 137, 206 Dwelis, Denise 126, 181 Dwelis, Diane 44, 50, 133, 206 Dwyer, David 181 Dwyer, Denise 14, 48, 49, 63, 69, 7 157 Dwyer, Kevin Dwyer, Michael 36, 78, 79 Dwyer, Paula 62, 206 Dwyer, Stephanie 62, 78, 194 Dwyer, Susan 14, 49, 69, 133, 181 Dzugan, Gary 56, 112, 206 Dzugan, Mike SS, 181 Earl, Linda 88, 181 Earle, Gregory Earle, Laura Eaves, Cynthia 206 Eaves, Yvonne 181 181,206 9, 127, 133, Ebert, Barbara Ebert, Cynthia 206 Ebert, Laura ' Eby, Mary 52, 80, 194 Eby, Rosemarie 69, 80, 133, 206 Eby, Ruthann 80, 206 Echrich, Cynthia Eckrich, Sandra 206 Eckstmm, Elizabeth 49, 194 Edenfielcl, Dane 120, 194 Edmeil, Klilh 194 Edwards, Gregory Egan, l052pl1 12, 36, 76, 79, 91, 106, 1 Egan, Robert 111, 194 Eierman, Dawn 158 Eierman, Sheri 49, 53, 133, 194 Ekluncl, Barbara 125, 127, 194 Eklund, Janice 181 Eklund, Iudilh 125, 127 Ekmom, Harry 138, 139, isa Ekstrom, Kenneth 102, 138, 194 Eiipani, William 159 Elkins, Margaret 88, 206 Ellis, Jacqueline 206 Ellis, Nelson 181 Ellison, Christine 181 Ellison, Howard 159 Elliioh, Karen 52, 206 Ellison, Robin 194 Elmgren, Susan 108 Elmore, Clarence 181 Elmore, Eric 102 Elmore, Willie 101, 181 Emery, Debbie Emmons, Saundra 181 Engel, Timothy 181 Engelbrechr, William 206 Eriksen, Brenda 29, 91, 133, 194 Erikson, Donna 159 Erikson, Gwen 133, 206 Ernd, Elizabeth 159 Ernd, Gail 206 Ervin, Yvette 181 Escobedo, Linda 194 Esko, Alan 93, 181 Espqslio, Larry Evans, Anthony Ev ans, Daniel Evans, lanice 49, 128, 194 Evans,jeff194 Evans, Lesley 194 Evans, Ronald 194 Evans, Susan Everts, Robert 91, 159 Everts, William 37, 138, 194 Eyelander, David 159 Fabric, Carolyn 206 Fabris, Chris 194 Fahey, Sharon 53, 151 Fanelli, David Falco, Laurie 181 Falco, Robert 93 Falk, james 194 Faorc, Daniel 159 Farneti, David 93, 130. 194 Farrell, Ioseph 131, 181 Farrell, Thomas 19, 100 Faust, Gregory Fazekas, David 159 Fazzini, james 206 Feliszalc, jeffrey Felix, Arthur 206 Felix, Robert 203 Fernando, Michael 29, 181 Ferra, Robert 101, 181 Ferreira, Alfred 103, 106, 206 Ferreira, Ronna 194 Ferris, Steven 181 Ferro, Kurt 206 Fiaoni, Tamara 194 Fields, Nora 93, 194 Fields, Stanley 159 Fiello, Cathy 194 Fiello, Michael 159 Fier, Kathy 181 Fierrera, Bob 130 Pike, Paul 72, 194 Filipiak, Bruno 159 Filippo, Michael 194 Filippo, Thomas 103, 206 Finchum, David 206 Fink, Laurie 194 Fink, Linda 58, 181 Fink, Michael 159 Fink, Ronald Finley, Charles 159 Finney, Michael 101, 159 Fish, joe 181 Fish, Patricia 207 Fisher, Betty 207 Fitch, Kim 194 Fiumara, Juliana 61, 77, 90, 159, 166 Fleischman, Daniel 53, 66, 68, 78, 159 Fleischman, Paul 103, 207 Fleming, Sandra 29, 53, 73, 81, 182 Florence, Carol 194 Flores, Gregory 182 Flores, Kathleen 116, 194 Flores, Reber! 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Hunter, Belinda 183 Huntington, R553 137f196I'1.j Hurst, Peggy 209 Hurtig, Kurt 209 Hurtig, Laura 90, 196 ,Huskisson, George H jiilutter, Kenneth 83, 209 ' 'ff,ggHyman, Martyn 111, 196 110451 1250 . lrviiief'Michael 102, 196 1 Irvine, Vickie 209 Irving, Mark 196 - ' lrwin, ScotiG52, 209 A 152 ac S001 Ml ill 133 ,,,i. lsemingerf iiiiilag 135, Ivy, Andrea 209 Ivy, Bill 196 g.lVYf Michael ima Iwinski, Daviifiygii ii' iii iii if LLL' 184 209 ,,,. ,. 84 131' 184331 1 lambs' 1 1515 its, 1, I Harold 130,196 ' STE- 'D rc 183 Tj jenkins, Tochaisky 52, 209 jenkins, Marla 209 jercha, james 196 jercha, Michael 162 jergens, Brian 1 1 1 jergens, joy 69, 77, 88, 133, 184, 185 jesernik, Edward 42 jesernik, Ken 209 johansson, Sigvard 18,19, 36, 80, 111, 162 johnson, Betty 162 johnson, Billy 106, 138, 196 johnson, Bruce 162 johnson, Darlene 162 johnson, David 36, 73, 162 johnson, Deborah 196 johnson, Donald 209 johnson, Elizabeth 184 johnson, jerrold 53, 102, 120, 121, 138 johnson, jerrome 184 johnson, Kathleen 196 johnson, Kent 209 johnson, Kim 53, 95, 162 johnson, Lorita 96, 162 johnson, Mary 196 johnson, Pamela 52,209 johnson, Perry johnson, Robert 196 johnson, Robert johnson, Robert Leo 162 johnson, Ronald 209 johnson, Susan 184 johnson, Theodore 162 jones, Andrew 57, 209 jones, Annette 184 jones, Brenda jones, Cynthia 184 jones, David 196 jones, Dennis 53, 54, 83, 88, 131, 184 jones, Diane 85, 209 jones, Douglas 162 jones, Kimberly 184 jones, LaDonna jones, Lee Roy 83,196 jones, Lorilee 209 jones, Martin 184 jones, Priscilla 196 jones, Rita jones, Rodney 184 jones, Sandra 209 jones, Sandra 209 jones, Verlean 209 jones, Willie jordan, Anthony 89,209 jordan, Donald jordan, Gregory 196 jordan, jesse jordan, Tyrone 57, 209 joren, Dirk 162 joren, john 103, 209 jorgenson, joan 184 joritz, Catherine 34, 58, 85, 91, 133, 169 joritz, jane 209 joritz, Mark 162 joyce, Timothy joza, Wayne 111, 184 jubera, Robert 135, 196 judge, james 162 juds, Richard 107, 209 junior, Faye 95, 163 junge, Linda 53, 184 jurgeto, Robert jurkash, Karen 163 jurries, Michael 209 juszczyk, john 209 juszczyk, Mary Kay 43, 128, 184 Kabaj, Denise 184 Kaczmarski, joe 163 Kainrath, Linda 209 Kainrath, Peggy 196 Kaiser, Charles 196 Kaiser, Kathy sa, 196 Kaleel, Fred 209 Kaleel, Steven Kalinowski, Chris 184 Kalinowski, Gerald 196 Kalinowski, Marty 209 Kalinowskl, Nancy 184 Kalinowski, Patti 52 Kaiinawaki, Vicki as, 190 Kalisz, Walter 184 Kaminiski, Lori 209 Kaminski, Michael 196 Kaminski, Mkhele 163, 196 Kamirwki, Michelle Kamykowski, Debra 163 Kartapick, Michael 184 Kane, Lawrence 130, 196 Kaptejna, Karen 29 Karczynski, Lucy 108, 184 Kamey, Bob 184 Karvifatka, Michaelline209 Kasavich, Melodie 196 Kass, Margaret 184 Kass, Richard 209 Kasza, Cheryl 184 Kauffman, jean 184 Kausal, Carlene 184 Kausal, Bill 163 Kawanna, Ronald 1 37, 184 Keane, Ellen 163 Keaton, Lonnie 196 Keaton, Priscilla 209 Keefner, joseph 26, 53, 54, 90, 113, 163 Keever, Benjamii 53,9s,1a4 Keevef, Claudia 184 Kegler, Angela sz, 209 Kehl, Richard 184 Kelleher, Brian 209 Kelley, Susan 96,163 Kelly, Brian 197 Kelly, David 57, 209 Kelly, Gregg 130, 197 Kelly, Michael 184 Kelly, Peggy 41, 163 Kempa, Debra 93, 163 Kempa, Lawrence 197 Kendrick, Lynda 209 Kenney, Colleen 197 Kenney, Raymond 184 Kern, Kerna Kerwi Kerwi Timothy Z09 gis, Susan 96, 163 n, james 184 n, john 113, isa Kickert, james 97,184 Kilcoyne, james 103, 122, 209 King, Alphonso 184 King, Audrey 50, 89, 163 King, Carol 90, 163 King, David 53,197 King, King, David 122, 209 Elaine 163 King, George 53, 86 King, Leon 184 King, King, Kipp, Kippe Kippe R0lJlJirl BZ, 209 Robert 104, 209 john 86, 138 rs, Stanton 53 rs, Yvonne 89, 93, 184 Kirby, Thomas 163 Kircher, Mark 139, 163 Kirklin, Kyle Kirklin, Patricia 163 Kisielewicz, Wanda 184 Kiska, Robert 97, 184 Klein, jerry 101,184 Kloep, julie 72, 80, 85,133, 209 Kluch enek, Rich 139 Klyczek, Doreen 197 Klynman, janice 197 Knabe, Catherine 197 Knabe, Gloria 209 Knabe, Mary 33, 163 Knispel, Daniel 52, 209 Krliipel, Diane 18, 50, 78, 209 Knoll, john Knoll, Patricia 163 Knopp, Timothy 209 Knox, jean 50, 80, 88, 184 Knox, judy 29, 80, 88, 184 Knox, Loretta 85,209 Knuth, Gloria 90, 184 Knlrth, janis 53, 163 Koch, Annette 49, 73, 79, 163, 1 Koch, Kay izs, 184 Kocolowski, Victoria 38, 197 Koeneman, Gary Kohl, james 184 Kolb, Diane 1o9,11s, 197 Kolberg, Terry 184 Koliboski, Diane 95, 163, 184 Koliboski, Donna 73, 78, 128 Kolod Kolod ziej, Leo 209 ziej, Mary 197 Kommer, Glenn 134, 137, 163 Kompanowski, Carol 184, 209 Kompanowski, jaceue 209 Kompare, john 184 Komp Koont are, Thomas Z, Jerry ies Kopischke, Tim 197 Korach, Diane 209 Korach, Louis 138, 197 Korach, Peggy 184 Korienek, Kathy 197 5 Kornafel, Susan 49, 78, 184 Kornya, Edward 209 Koronkiewicz, Frank 163 Kortenhoven, Sandra 197 Kortum, Deborah 48, 128, 163 Kory, Vickie210 Kosiara, Luana 210 Kosich, Lynn 210 Kostro, Laura 55, 73, 79, 163 Kovach, Keith Koval, julie 20, 55, 79, 128, 163 Kozica, Kathy 184 Kral, Mark 102, 197 Kramer, Beverly 80, 88, 210 Kramer, Cheryl 197 Kramer, Scott 184 Krasinski, john 110, 122 Kratovil, Dan 163 Kratovil, jeffrey 210 Kraus, Lynn 50, 73,184 K Krwczyk, Patrick 197 Krcmaric, Mark 184 5 n Kremer, Ken 138, 139 Krikau, Daryl 210 5 Krikava, Veronica 210 Kristin, Kelley as, 210 Kristin, Kimberly 184 Krizic, Mark Kron, Dorothy 210 Kross, Kirsten 88, 125, 188, 197 Kross, Martha 127, 133, 210 Krueger, Eric 184 Krukowski, Kenneth 197 Kruse, julie 65, 109, 114, 163 Kruse, Paulette 108, 197 Kruszynski, Arnlene 184 Krzus, Francis 163 Kubili us, Renee210 74 Kubiszak, Cheryl 197 Kubiszak, Karen 163 Kucsera, Antonette 96, 184 Kucsera, Mark 97 Kuczwara, Arlette 29, 185 Kudlo, Mike 1 10, 210 Kuiken, Alice 58, 63, 163 Kukulski, Donna 185 Kulinski, Ronald 163 Kullman, Stanley 185 Kumaki, Robert 61, 82, 112, 210 Kurgan, Paul 103, 210 Kurth, Karl 164 Kutz, Richard 103, Z10 Kuyper, Rebecca 30 Kuzemka, Karen 88, 210 Kuzminski, joseph 210 Kuzminski, Robert 185 Kwasny, Ken 185 Lacher, Lori 53 Laclford, Robert 164 Lake, Christine Lamb, Susan 85, 185 Landini, William 101, 185 Lane, Don 97, 164 Lane, Michael 122, 210 Lane, Tamara 53, 58, 72, 197 Lang, William 55, 197 Langbeen, Ernest 210 Lange, Carol Lapp, Sharon 95, 164 Larson, Donald 197 Larson, Ronald 210 Lash, Howard 185 Lass, Nadine 197 Latoza, Robert Latronico, Linda 85, 88, 210 Lau, Mike 73, 164 Lau, Nancy 78,185 Laucius, Heidi 164 Lauerman, Nicholas 56, 83, 197 Laurencell, Charles 101, 106, 164 Laurencell, Kathleen 77, B8 Laurencell, Michael 106, 185 Laurinas, Mary 197 Lawson, Laura 73, 74, 185 Lawson, Robert 52, 201 Lawson, Thomas 53, 185 Lawson, Tommy 135, 197 Lawrence, janette210 Leahy, Noreen 53, 197 Leason, Stephen 78, 83, 164 Le Beau, joseph 164 Ledvia, Michael 197 Lechrina, Tom 135, 185 Lee, james Lee, Mona 89, 164 Lee, Kmntth 103, 122, 210 Lee, Randy 210 Lee, Roy 197 Leer, jeffrey Leer, Robert 138, 185 Leggett, Eddrina 197 Lelek, Karen 81, 185 Lemon, Carol 164 Lengel, jonathan 103, 210 Lengel, Nancy 95, 154, 164 Lesniewski, David 164 Lesniewski, Mark 102, 197 Lettiere, Kathy 95, 164 Leverick, Ted 174 Levrich, Nancy 97, 185 Levrich, Terese210 Lew, Howard 73, 197 Lew, janet 73, 79, 80, 90, 164 Lewandowski, Lynette 88, 197 Lewis, Bernice 185 Lewis, Calvin Lewis, jeffrey 106, 130, 197 Lewis, Kevin Lewis, Laura 48, 76, 164, 177 Lewis, Linda 197 Lewis, Michael E. 210 Lewis, Michael james 38, 72, 83, 197 Lewis, Shirley 210 Libby, Cynthia 164 Libby, janet 58, 185 Liberacki, Michael 2 10 Lichnerowicz, james 197 Lichnerowicz, janet 185 Lind, joyce 185 Linden, David 185 Linden, Diane 21 0 Lindsey, Stephanie 197 Lindsey, Steve Lihdstrom, Russell 197 Lionberg, Kenneth Liaack, Robert iss Llsek, Debra 88,210 Lisieclti, Michael 210 5 Livengood, Karen ss, 73, 164 LiYir1gS!011, Arthur 103, 122, 210 Lloyd, Debra Lloyd, Kenneth z1o Locke, joseph 197 Locke, Penny 185 Lockett, Donna 49, 197 Lockrey, Eilenn 164 Locicero, Tami 185 Locicero, Tom 97 Loftus, Tom 197 Loggins, Danny 93, 164 Long, Frances Long, Freda 50, 164 Ldltg, Michael 73, 137, 210 Long, Patricia Loonan, Sheila 164 Lopacki, Pamela210 Lopez, Cynthia 210 Lovas, William 210 Love, Debra 185 Love, William Luna, Alfonso 102, 106, I97 Luna, Gary 197 Luna, Manuel 164 Lundgren, Donna 185 Lundstrom, Alan 137, 185 Lundstrom, Ken Lussier, Dan 38, 130 Lymas, joyce210 Lynch, james 57, 210 Lynch, jane 52, 72, 80, 108, 116, 210 Lynch, julie 108, 85 Lynch, Tony Lynn, Sally 89, 133, 185 Lyons, Frank Lyons, Lisa 115, 185 Lyons, Mike 2 10 Maart, Keith 185 Maart, Maureen 210 Maas, David 103, 105, 210 Maas, Deborah 116, 127, 185 Macander, Richard 185 Macander, Karen 57, 210 Mach, David 164 Mach, Michael 164 Mack, Augustus 164 Mackins, Patricia Macknyk, john 164 Macon, Greg 93, 197 Maday, james f Madderdom, Glenn 135, 185 Madigan, joseph 68, 197 Madigan, Michael 111, 135, 185 Madsen, Glen 53, 54, 73, 87, 185 Madsen, Sheryl 80, 88, 210 Maggio, Tim 185 Maglior, Steven 197 Maguire, Charles 210 Maguire, Pauline 96, 185 Mahoney, William 185 Maira, josephine 197 Majkowski, Timothy Major, Kim 49, 62, 109, 126, 197 Malcic, Daniel 164 Malloy, Elaine 80, 85, 210 Malloy, jerry 164 Malloy, Kathleen 197 Malloy, Mary 115, 185, 197 Malruquist, Wayne Malone, Denise 127, 210 Malay, Pat 129,197 Maluga, Michael 53, 130, 197 Maluga, Michelle 49, 54, 164 Mancha, Lourdes 52, 210 Mancha, Regina 64, 164 Manes, Elaine 125, 210 Manes, Ann 108, 116, 117, 164 Mangano, jack 210 Mingano, Marianne Z9, 85, 164 Manifold, David 210 Manifold, Patricia 45 Manifold, Tammie 185 Manley, Mike Mann, Patricia 185 Manning, Edwanda Mantz, Druann 210 Mantz, Renee 97, 164 Marcano, james 185 Marchetti, jack 210 Marciniak, Richard 90, 185 Marcolini, Mary 197 Mardoian, Charles 165 Marek, Edward Marianowski, Thomas 210 Markowski, Grace 185 Marquardt, Robert 185 Marriett, Duncan 185 Marsala, Sharon 49, 165 Marsalis, Mettha 75 Marshall, Andria 197 Marshall, Douglas 210 Marshall, Mike 91, 102, 130, 197 Marshall, William 77, 91, 106, 13 Martin, Chuck 210 Martin, Colleen 197 Martin, Craig 210 Martin, Cynthia 185 Manin, David 101, 138, iss Martin, james 130, 197 Martin, jeff 37, 197 Martin, Kathy 197 Martin, Peggy Martin, Steven 210 Martin, William 185 Martinez, Maria 210 Marzullo, Melanie 210 Marzullo, Steven 185 Mastey, Gerard 138, 185 Mastey, Maxine 115, 132, 133 Mastronardi, Dominic 185 Matczak, Anna 197 Matela, Scott Mathews, Louise 88, 185 Matteazzi, Richard 182 Matthews, Pamela 197 Mau, jeffrey 186 Maxwell, Debra 15, 45 Maxwell, Dorene Maxwell, Phillip Mayerchik, David 197 Mayerchik, Melody 73, 116, 210 0, 166 Mayes, Dorothy 186 Maykes, Teresa Miller, Joyce 116, 186 Miller, Linda 29, 198 Miller, Margaret 108, 186 . 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112, 130, 199 Robinson, Darrell 212 Robinson, Gilbert 188 Robinson, Keith 188 Robinson, Leo 199 Robinson, Leona 49, 169 Robinson, Linda 50, 170 Robinson, Mark 103, 212 Robinson, Stranetta 52, 212 Rock, Sally 27, 212 Rodden, jean 212 Rogers, junior 106 Roeper, Ray 200 Roeper, Richard 102, 199 Roeper, Robert 111,188 Rogers, jackie Rogers, james 102, 130, 199 Rogers, Quintain 199 Rogers, Robin 212 Rogers, Sherry 188 Rogers, Tanya 52, 212 Rogich, Richard 137, 170 Rogus, Kenneth Rojas, Clara 199 Rojas, Salvador Rollins, Loretta 29, 212 Romancik, jamie212 Romeli, Rick 188 Ronzani, David 199 Roper, Brent 106 Rose, Scott 78, 83, 112, 200 Rose, Tom Rosenthal, Ari 72,212,213 Ross, joseph 196 Ross, M.ichael212, 213 Rossl,,Gail 63,64,81, 170 Rossdtv, joy 77, 188 Rossow, Kim 188 Roth, Barbara 212,213 Roth, Donna 1sa Rothbard, David 212,213 Rothbard, Debbie 48, 49, 170 Rousseau, Michael 56, 102, 120, 200 Rousseau, Steven 57, 103, 122 Routon, james 212,213 Roy, Carol 188 Rozewicki, Claudia 29, 127, 212, 213 Rozewicki, Paul 188 Rubin, Debbie Rucinslci, Walter 200 Ruddy, Margaret 212,213 Rudnick, Eve 108, 212, 213 Rudofski, Mark 55, 188 Rudolf, joseph 213 Ruggiero, Charles 188 Ruggles, Sandra 126, 200 Rugis, George27, 188 Ruiz, Timothy Rupprecht, Amy 109, 213 Rusdorf, judith 56, 200 Rush, Tom 1 11 Ruskin, Michael 200 Rusnak, Cnythia 188 Russell, Samual Rutkowski, Dennie 93, 170 , Ryan, Patrick 170 Rybarczyk, David 200 Rybarczyk, Mark 56, 188 Rykiel, Martin 213 Ry kiel, Sue 170 Sable, Kevin 103, 213 Sabo, jean Sadowsky, Steven Safran, Mary 128, 200 Safran, Thomas 188 Sager, Thomas 188 Sajdak, Karen 64, 170 Sako, Daniel Salas, Rosie 188 Sales, Susan 200 Salin, David Salinas, Zelda 188 Sallay, Tracy 126, 175, 189 Saltsider, joan 50, 189 Samargin, Domenica 133, 213 Samargin, Frank 101, 189 Samargin, Thomas 36, 200 Samuelson, Charlene 53, 170 Samuelson, Gayle 213 Sandelski, Philip 189 Sander, James 55,189 Sanders, Cheryl 200 Tanny 200 "Sagitdridge, Steven Sranidrfdge Warren 213 el Iohn 213 Santefort, jane 48, 49, 53, 170 Santilli, Lorene 53, 58, 200 Sapinski, Don 213 Sarnowski, Dale Sarnowski, Steve 189 Sasak, Susan 170 Saunders, Anthony 57, 2 13 Saunders, Constance 92, 97, 170 Sbalchiero, Andrew 213 Scally, Patricia 2 1 3 Scully. 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Townsend, Darlen0?15 Townson, Glenn 42,'73, 174 Toy, Mary 190 Travis, Bonnie 173 Travis, Clarice 202 Travis, Cynthia Travis, Graham Traylor, Beth 49, 190 Trimble, Trina Trimble, Walter 93 Trimuel, Tyrone 215 Troncozo, Michael 190 Trotter, Harry B9 Trotter, Pierre Truehart, joseph 89, 202 Tucker, Margaret 52, 215 Tuftedal, Debbie 126, 202 Tu ftedal, Denise 173 Turnbulliimflvin l,,,, 11, 11, Turner, john 190 i Turner, Kenneth 'Turngren, jeffrey 202 Tustin, Delores 215 Tustin, Edward 202 Tyberg, Donna 202 Tyler, james 215 Tyrrell, Virginia 78, 173 Ulanowski, jerome 106, 107, 174 Ulaszek, Lore 49, 202 Underwood, Donna 88, 126, 202 Unhock, Don 131, 190 iurtiari, Judith ss, 190 Valente, David 202 Valente, Karen 79, 126, 174 Valente, Roseann 190 Valentine, Kevin 215 Valentine, Linda 190 Valiunas, Linda 55, 202 Valiunas, Vincent Van, Larmont Vandemerkt, Su san 174 Vanclerhei, Larry 131, 190 ' Vander Heyden, Mike 215 Vander Mey, Karen 29, 190 Vander Meyden, Cheryl 215 Vander Meyden, Dean 202 Vander Myde, Margaret 48, 49, 53, 54, 66, 73, -"' 15,1 if iiiig 75 Vanderwoude,-,Omer Vanderzanden, julie 190 Van Heel, Karen 93, 174 Van Heel, Mike 202 Vankat, Karen 48, 49, 174 Van Nes, Tom 1 Van Swol, Dale Van Swol, Debra 215 Van Wermeskerken, Tony 202 Varnak, Denise Varnak, Iiaura Vaughan, Edward 202 Vaul, Debra 78, 85, 174 Vaul, Mark 53, 202 Veasy, Alfred 215 Veasy, Charlotte 202 Vecchio, Michael 215 Vegovisch, james 138 Venable, Will 103, 120, 215 Venturelli, Larry Vespa, Anthony" Vespa, Thomas 138, 203 Vickers, Larry 174 Vinciguerra. Deborah 174 Vinciguerra, Robert 203 Voll, David 55, 86, B7, 120, 135, 203 Voss, joseph 28, 74, 203 Voss, Laura 49, 69, 133, 190 Voss, Robert 77, 166, 174 Vo st, Brian 190 Vreeman, Anne 55, 215 Vukelich, David 203 Vulpitta, Rebekah 215 Wadman, Robert 174 Wafford, Donna 203 Wagner, jeff 36, 91, 106, 131, 190 Wagner, Kathleen 91, 208, 215 Wagner, Lawrence 215 Wagner, Thomas 190 Walbridge, Karen 215 Walenga, Greg 102, 203 Walenga, Mary 174 Waligora, Charity 116, 126, 215 Waligora, Faith 126, 191 Waligora, joan 126, 203 Waliszewski, Michalene Walker, Darrick Walker, Kevin 215 Walker, Lydia 191 Walker, Ricky 30, 203 Walker, Robert 93 Walker, Stanley 215 Walker, Vannessa 191 Wallace, Eric 102, 130, 191 Wallace, Frederick Wallace, Lynette Wallace, Marvin 203 Wallace, Vernita Wallenius, Robert 191 Waller, Darryl 53, 82, 89 Walley, Tony 29 Wallin, Donald 191 Wallin, Gary 102, 203 Walsh, Lorraine 191 Walsh, Patricia, Walter, Ellen 174 Walter, Kathy 203 Walter, Linda 50, 174 Walter, Theresa 191 Walton, An51:e,191 Wantuch, Warner, Warner, Robert 65, 86, 173, 203 Warren, Daniel 175 Washington, Andrew 175 Washington, james 97, 175 Washington, Lendon 215 Washington, Marilyn 56, 215 Washington, Ricky 89 Washington, Rodena 175 Watkins, Lynn 53, 203 Watkins, Martha 191 Watson, Bill 137, 191 Waver, Karen 95 Wawrzycki, Debra 191 Wawrzycki, Mary Weathers, Stephen 83, 130, 131, 19 Webb, Daniel 102, 106, 203 Webb, Regina 175 Weber, Carol 215 Weber, Chad 191 " Weber, Kathy 29, so, 203 Weber, Neil 191 Weber, Ronald 215 Webster, Grace Weeke, Harry 175 Wegner, Leon 191 Wegrzyn, Cynthia 203 Weinberger, janet 191 Weinberger, Mary 58, 59, 175 Weiss, Stephen 111, 191 Wellington, judith 215 Wells, Reginald 203 Wells, Ronald ,,lz Qgi gzz Wfllsf Tm!! f 'fi , 1, litiftfifff 6 55 ' 1 1' ii ,x 11, 11' p 1 - 1 1 "11'i1 1,, f5fV95!9U,':M1ChP9l - Q1 1 " '1 1 1 ' 1 Kshgmian 103,10 1: I Wg559'?i 1 1, 1 ,, ,,,,, 7121513111 Qwhelefseifsfllvli 4 1 I 3 12Y91PiF?lS9fFfi9lWl'fte?'1'31 1 1 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191 Williams, Kathy 203 Williams, Kimberly 215 Williams, Lewis 191 Williams, Lillie 176 Winfrey, David 120, 123, 215 Wingo, Martin 215 Winiecki, jennifer 203 Winter, Deborah 203 Wise, Meredith 53, 203 Wisniewski, Leonard 176 Witulski, john 44, 191 Wodrich, Kurt 191 Wojciechowski, Matalie 64, 203 Wojciechowski, Robert 191 Wojcik, Leslie Wolff, Sandy 109, 114, 174 Wolkhamer, George Wolkhamer, Kim 203 Wolter, Charles 215 Womack, Dean 177 Zajac, Michael Zajeski, Cynthia 203 Zajeski, Frederick 177 Zajeski, Ralph 03 Zalewski, Ellen 215 Zalewski, William 130, 203 Zapchenk, jeff 79, 91, 104, 106, 13 Zapchenk, Shel Zarris, Constance 55, 50, 177 Zarris, Linda 55, 215 Zarris, Paul 55, 56, 113, 191 Zartler, Kenneth 60, 173, 177 Zartman, Donna 109, 203 Zatarga, Cynthia 95, 177 Zatarga, Sharon 96, 133, 136, 191 Zawislak, Sandra 203 0,177 Baseball 138, 139 Basketball, Frosh 122, 123 Basketball, Girls 116, 117 Basketball, Soph 120, 121 Basketball, Varsity 118, 119 Bowling 126 Boys Club 86, 87 Cheerleaders 114, 115 Chess Club 84 Choirs 50, 53 Cross-Country 104, 105 Cooperative Work Training 92 Distributive Education 95 Debate 72 Football, Frosh-Soph 103 Football, Varsity 100, 101 French Club 29 Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams, Williams, Williams, , Pamela 215 , Phyllis 191 Randy Robbin 176 Rosalyn 176 1 Sally Sammie 203 Tanvia 52, 215 Tazah 203 Williams, Williams, Williams, , Timothy A. 203 , Timothy 191, 203 Travis 176 Valerie 215 Yvette 176, 191 Woods, Donna 191 Wray, Michael 53, 60, 173, 177 Wray, Randall 131, 191, 215 Wray, Ronald 103, 120 Wrede, Cynthia 73, 191 Wrede, Richard 29, 73, 74, 75, 77, 80, 177 Wright, Bernadette 53, 89, 177, 191 Wright, Debra 95, 177 Wrzesien, Debra 215 Wrzesien, Lee 49, 191 Zdanovics, Olga 78, 177 Zdinicki, Daniel Zdzinicki, Kenneth 203 Zdzinicki, Robert 97 Zega, Paul 138, 191 Zega, Robert 191 Zeigler, james 1 76 Zeigler, judy 96, 176 Zelikman, Simon 191 Zencka, Robert 191 Zenz, Kenneth Zerebny, Christopher 73, 215 Zerebny, Nicholas 73, 74, 203 Zdzinicki, Kren 80, 26, 133, 215 Future Teachers of America 85 Girls Club 62-65 Golf 137 Guard 69 Gymnastics, Boys 112, 113 Gymnastics, Girls 109 Home Ec Related Occupations 96 Highlanders 66, 67 Lassies 48, 49 Madrigals 54 Math Club 36 National Honor Society 79 Office Education 94 Williamson, Brent 191 Williamson, Colette 215 Williamson, Scott 215 Willis, Malvin Wilsens, john 191 Wilson, Deborah 191 Wilson, Geraldine Wilson, janice Wilson, joan 191 Wilson, john 215 Wilson, loyce 89, 215 Wilson, Karen 191 Wilson, Michael Wilson, Petro 215 Wilson, Robert 53, 54, 191 Wilson, Sandra 53, 89, 191 Wilson, Terrence Wilson, Victoria 133 Wilson, Wesley 191 Wiltjer, Debbie 60, B1, 173, 176 Wimberley, Sandra 52, 203 Wimbley, Larry 191 Wimmer, Lisa Winbush, Alicia Wychelewski, Nadine 177 Wyrobek, Kim 191 Wyrobek, Sandy 177 Yaksic, George 203 Yancey, Walter Yanek, Christie 177 Yoniles, Rachel 215 Yorek, james 215 Yosan, Chris 36, 58, 177 Yost, Brian Youga, Anthony 91, 104, 130, 203 Young, Denet Young, Kevin Young, Sheila 52, BB, 215 Young, William 191 Yurkovich, james 138, 203 Zabor, Chris 177 Zachocki, Debbie 191 Zack, Kathy Zagone, joe Zagotta, Carolyn Zagotta, janet 215 Zajac, Mark 73, 74, 191 Zajac, Mary 177 Zeszutek, Laura 36, 49, 73, 203 Zotti, Liu 85, 203 Zunica, Linda 191 Zunica, Sandra 215 Zurawicz, Burt 203 Zuzuly, Daniel 36, 130, 203 Zuzuly, Nancy 125, 215 Zwier, Linda 97, 176 Activity Index Afro-American Sogiety American Field 80 ffgiff 1 Badminton 12 4' " 21,5-YH Bagpipe 77 Band, Varsity 56, Band, Symphonic Pep Club 88 Piper 76 Pom Pons 58, 59 Photographic Society of Thornridge 82 Quill and Scroll 79 Student Council of Thornridge 60, 61 Society ot' Philosophy 90 Softball 136 Spanish Club 28 Swimming, Boys 110, 111 Swimming, Girls 132, 133 Talisman 78 Tennis, Boys 134, 135 Tennis, Girls 129 Theatre Guild 73 Thespians 73 Timers 68 Track, Boys 130, 131 Track, Girls 129 Travaille 92 Twirlers 81 Vocational Industrial Club of America 97 Volleyball 127 Wrestling 106, 107 Thank for Our World Sunshine PHOTOGRAPHER: EDITOR: Penny Berg Rita Coburn Mike D'Auben janet Doss Mike Dwyer Don Foreman Kris Goralka Laura Lewis Kyle McHaney Cindy Mullen Donna Nolan Corbratta Ratcliff Larry Synakiewicz As the sun sets on Our World of Sun- shine, individuals too numerous to men- tion will remain in the minds of the '75 Piper staff. To these individuals, who made the challenging task of producing a yearbook a little easier, we offer our thanks and appreciation. Special thanks must be given to Mike Hackleman of American Yearbook who acted as an "as- sistant adviser," Root Studio for all stu- dent portraits, Les Seagren for clearing up editorial mistakes by taking, develop- ing and printing much needed pictures on short notice, and Kris,4Goralka, whose artwork is displayed on the cover. Above all others, we are deeply grate- ful to Mrs. jean Daily, our new adviser, who made up for her lack of yearbook experience through her boundless energy and enthusiasm. She aided the staff in the little things, which taken together, will bring the reader back into Thorn- ridge's World of Sunshine years from now. joe Egan and the '75 Piper staff 224 T or ridge s seg own tlirrough a sky clouded with political and economic ills. Following Nixon's resignation, the school year began with a new president facing our na- tion's inflation and recession. Unem- ployment, "energy diplomacy," and acres of unsold cars were front-page news. Yet, however serious troubles may us with and laugh. Each of and shared his own world of sunshine. National news seemed minor when compared to times spent during and after school among friends. In our minds this year shall be remembered through the hours spent sharing OUR WORLD OF SUNSHINE.


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