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The Piqua Pep Rally in the town square was
a great success again this year. We had many
of the regular activities as years before. Rep-
resentatives from each class gave a little pep
talk, and the senior girls gave a great skit.
Then, following the activities at the square,
everyone went to the back of the school for
the bonfire, pie-eating contest, tug-of-war,
and many other activities which are held
every year. As usual the great enthtmiasm of
the student body led our boys to a great vic-
tory over Piqua.
lst row: K. Cahill. B. Boyd. B. Silkey. I.
Vaughn, S. Hartwell, G. Baker. 2nd row: Coach
Blackstone, E. Cromwell, D. Bergeron, M.
Hall, D. Jenkins, S. Sugg, P. Macy. 3rd row:
T. Dumbauld. T. Chalmers. B. Cahill, J.
McDowell. D. Abrams, K. Smith. 4th row:
Coach Whidden, R. Burns, A. Johnson, M.
Brand, W. Voris, B. Bemus, B. Ferguson, D.
The mighty Trojan football team produced another fine season through hard work,
unity, and excellent leadership by the senior members. This season's record was 8-
1-1. the only flaws being a disappointing and unexpected tie with Wayne 14-14 and
a hard fought loss to Fairmont West 36-12. Success seemed destined as those hard
summer workouts payed off in an opening victory against Piqua, the-season's most
satisfying win. Chris Wilson, Dave Abrams, Bryan Ferguson, and Kevin Smith were
honored by being selected all-state. Coach Blackstone is looking forward to another
fine season next year with potentially great players represented in this year's junior
and sophomore classes.
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1st row: I. Small, S. Manwaring, TA. Dumbauld,
S. Helmet. 1. Koopman. T. Voris, Coach Fol-
kenh. 2nd row: X. Lobeto, G. Chalmers, D.
Cox, K. Ware, G. Battle, D. Argabright. Coach
Boone, Coach Coate. 3rd row: P. Shanesy, B.
Fulker, S. Shroyer, C. Wilson, S. Kunkleman,
B. Rhoades, M. Shroyer, Coach Buchik, Coach
Laughlin. 4th row: W. Welbaum. B. Siler, C.
McDade. D. Knife, D. Carnes, S. Melvin, C.
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6 Springfield North
' 014 Fairmont East. '
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Standing: J. McDowell, C. Phelps, K. Smith, D. Abrams. B. Rhoades, B. Fulker, C. Wilson. B. Cahill, M.
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1st row: M. Williams. P. Zimmerman, R. Lucas, M. Suchecki, I. Lutz, K. Robinson, M. Wilson, D. Denoyer. 2nd row: C.
Sugg, J. Weaver, B. Shepherd, K. Block, R. Cannon, R. Wise, C. Washer, B. Rozelle, I . Benner, D. Daugherty, K. Wyrick,
A. Lobeto, I . Zimpher, Coach Tumer. 3rd row: G. Taylor, M. Gribler, B. Breisch, J. Snyder, D. Rose, W. Stutz, M. Madi-
gan, N. Pfister, L. Delwiche, T. Moyer, Coach Bennett. 4th row: K. Lawrence, I. Allen, B. House, D. Harris, P. Sugg, I.
Blair, T. Honeyman, J. Hutcheson, D. Argabright.
, The reserve team had a fine season this year, producing a 5-3 record
and, most important, learned a lot for next year. Their most impres-
sive win came against North, winning 38-6. The freshman team also
had a fine season undefeated with a 7-0 record.
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3 SENIORS: ROW 1: K. Decker, D. Friend, J. Orsborn, B. Deskins, T. Funderburg.
. ROW 2: K. Cromes, J. Leptak, J. Fletcher, R. Holobaugh, A. Zunke, S. Smith, D.
Domigan, M. Simpson, C. Dalton, S. Mott, M. Heaton, T. Beaty. ROW 3: D,
BAND DIRECTORS: Mr. Chris Rowe - assist., Mr. John Slonaker. Camel-I D. Alexander, 3, Wildman, In V001-his.
TROY HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND: ROW 1: L. Lindon, A. Zunke, D. Brumbaugh. ROW 2: B. Melvin, W. Willis, C. Brower, S. Fish, S. Richter, T.
Becker, T. Starcher, J. Voorhis, M. Heaton, S. Smith, D. Domigan, L. Rudy, B. Adams, B. Bader, J. Brown, I. Heck, K. Smith, S. Wolbert, D. Delmar. 3
ROW 3: L. Force, T. Honeyman, D. Spillane, L. Hildebrand, S. Schilling, K. English, H. Neves, T. Beaty, C. Boyer, J. Morrett, P. Stubbs, D. Shanesy. G.
Timko, I. Bean, K. Brautigan, S. Kramer, M. Lenox, S. Adkins, D. Domigan, S. Both, D. Smith, A. Timko. ROW 4: Mr. Slonaker - Director, L. Karns, B. l
Ishmael, L. Burns, S. Grove, K. Leytze, W. Hill, S. Smith, S. Wildman, T. Fulker, D. Carter, J. Leptak, D. McEowen. ROW 5: M. Baird, A. Calvert, I.
Warner, A. Davies, S. Stein, C. Allen, B. Johnson, D. Brundrett, T. Robinson, T. Smith, S. Holobaugh, M. Leptak, P. Breese, T. Loar, B. Huffaker, C. Fox, 1
G. Neumann, D. Thomas, Mr. Rowe - Director, K. Spillane. ROW 6: T. Fellers, W. Bowling, S. Bodey, M. English, R. Emmel, M. Simpson, B. Vorpe, S.
Mott, V. Thompson, D. Friend, I. Miller, T. Funderburg, K. Decker, B. Sodders, M. Francis, M. Grove, M. Chaisson, C. Domigan, C. Nuss. ROW 7: D
Flory, S. Grove, P. Bruce, D. Shook, B. Huffaker, I. Griest, J. Orsborn, M. Brush, L. Demoret, L. Caldwell, K. Haddad, C. Dalton, M. Gribler, C. Marr, C.
Simpson, T. Knoch, J. Fletcher, P. Conine, C. Washer, T. Lacey, K. Atterholt, D. Dawson. ROW 8: T. Wilson. '
Once again Troy High School had
their Homecoming Celebration. The
senior class chose Susan Hurst to be the
queen and reign over the Homecoming
festivities. She was crowned by Brad
Blackburn and presented with a bou-
quet of mums. Her court consisted of:
Sandy Twiss, Barb Ingram, Sherry Ber-
geron, Billee Jo Brown, Sarah Shuler,
and Sherry Cruea. Even though Troy
played a hard game, they lost, but
everyone returned in a festive mood on
Saturday night for the dance.
The Homecoming Dance was a great
success with Harvest playing and the
beautiful decorations by Anne Dunnam
and her committee .
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season under the leadership of Jon McCoy, a sen-
ior with no former cross country experience.
Coach Herb Hartman came into his first year as
coach loaded with several ideas to increase
interest in cross country. Already his plans are
starting to work. A freshman team was formed
because of the turnout and even a girl turned out
for the team, a first.vA canoe-run, a bicycle
run, and "The Great Watermelon Race" were all
his inventions for pre-season productivity.
"We finished in the top half of all our meets,"
noted Coach, "a good season, considering our
lack of experience." The Trojans finished sev-
enth of 16 teams in the sectional, a respectable
performance. The most improved award was
given to Kevin Butt, and Jon McCoy received the
most valuable award.
The future looks even better for Troy Cross
Country, as Coach Hartman added that we have a
"good crop of freshmen and sophomores to fill in
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The golf team had an excellent season, as it has now been switched to a fall
:port. The dual match record was 16 and 3. The Trojans also placed a very
'espectable 3rd in the W.O.L. Although the seniors, Jeff Stonerock, Brad Nimer,
'eff Goodall, and Shawn Nally, will be missed next year, there are some good
youngsters on the way up, such as Jim Blackmore.
Coach Richards had this to say about this year's team: "They didn't have a lot
af experience but won a lot of dual matches. This lack is the reason we didn't
win the big matches, and experience is a big asset in golf, as every course is
lifferent . "
Nimer studies . Nimer strokes.
Standing: K. Rushton, S. Burns, K. Winfield, K. Schaffer. S. Nally, J. Goodall, B. Nimer, I . Stonerock, M. Schnell. I. Blackmore, T. Gulker. M. Strom
inger, D. Rushton, P. Reddy, Coach Richards. Kneeling: D. Richter, D. Curtis, K. Stonerock, B. Davis, D. McDonald, 1. Roberts, D. Virden, B. Gordon.
Above - PROGRAM SELLERS: Row 1: I. Rhoades,
L. Blizman, D. Ingle, C. Goubeaux. Row 2: P.
McAtee. J. Petrople, C. Spraul, J. Saffell, L.
Rudy, D. Deweese, K. Hall, T. Ralston, D.
Shellhaas, W. Lipp, C. Smith. Row 3: C. Hef-
felfinger, L. Wagner, B. Schultz, R. Reardon,
S. Reddy, V. Pour, D. Rhoades. Row 4: S.
Smallenbarger, L. Burns, K. Mills, C. Long, B.
Taubman, D. Hess, J. Knoderer, T. Ellingson,
J. Nimer, D. Boldman. Row 5: D. Trostel, M.
Dickerson, J. Starry, T. Carter, R. Oldham.
Right - CONCESSION WORKERS: Row 1: M.
Moyer, A. Dunnam, P. Dunckelman, G. She-
ley, T. Miller, J. Katterheinrich, S. Hurst. Row
2: M. Seaman, S. Long, S. Smith, A. Marks,
K. Smith, S. Bergeron, J. Hartzell, L. Brand,
S. Cruea, S. Yount, L. Lipp. Row 3: J. Stoner-
ock. L. Rainey. B. Ingram, R. Tate, T. Strom-
inger, J. Goodall, S. Hale, K. Bolton, S.
Iddings, R. Grenko. Row 4: M. McClellan, L.
Blakenship, L. Redick, K. Mertz, D. Boone, B.
Aliff, K. Agenbroad, C. Davis, D. Benning, R.
Albright. Row 5: D. Arteau, B. Adkins, N.
Meeker, K. Butt, M. Shaneyfelt, B. Blackburn,
T. Welbaum, J. T. Bowers, C. Dyas, L. Shafer.
Row 6: J. Thorpe, C. Kirby, N. Naughton, L.
Evert, L. Becker, D. Adamson, C. Fox, Guess
Who, B. Gallagher, R. Copp. S. Nally. Row 7:
C. Rashilla, C. Jakubek, C. Goubeaux, W.
Lipp, T. Ralston, T. Klockner, N. Nims, S.
Rosenbaum, J. Morrett, M. Tecklenburg, M.
Fish. Row 8: A. Shook, H. Johnston, J. Hobson,
C. Spencer, S. Gillman, K. Graham, E. Seiple,
J. Nimer. Row 9: T. Cawley, T. Ingle, R. Har-
relson, D. Mallery, R. Gibboney, B. Stock-
Mark Spitz, move over!
- Vice-Pres. Row 3: P. Dunckelrnan - Sec.
4: Mrs. Bosse - advisor, Mrs. Abbott - advi-
Row 1: A. Shook - Pres. Row 2: W. Hey, Man, dig this "joint."
I-TEEN SOS PROJECTS:
1. Thanksgiving favors.
2. Christmas caroling.
3. Sold Christmas paper.
4. Favors for Villa.
5. Worked on All-Club.
6 . Senior Breakfast.
I told you I didn't want this job.
I-TEEN SOS: Row 1: S. Walton, D. Smith, I
Katterheinrich, T. Miller, T. Klockner. Row 2
D. Anderson, P. Conine, R. Reardon, M
Moyer, A. Marks, L. Lipp, S. Yount. Row 3: L
Lindon, D. Jester, J. Hobson, A. Shook, K
Smith, S. Bergeron, P. Dunckelman. Row 4: A
Calvert, N. Meeker, B. Adkins, A. Dunnam, L
Brand, N. Nims, C. Fox. Row 5: K. Gates, E
Seiple, S. Smallenbarger, D. Brumbaugh, L
Rudy, L. Buckman, W. Lipp, T. Ellingson, J
Kneeling: T. Ellingson, D. Shellhaas, K. Shoop. 2nd row: B. Frings, L. Sanders C Stubbs I Welbaum P
Groff, T. Swank. 3rd row: Coach Blackmore, E. Becker. L. Gillis, G. Sheley N Meeker I Katterhemnch
M. Gallagher. Absent: B. Starkey.
Troy's Girls' Tennis Team produced a fine season
ending with a 6-2 record. Led by junior Debbie Shell-
haas. they finished second in the W.O.L. , two games
behind Centerville who had an 8-0 record. The reserve
team finished with a 5-0 record. We are all looking for-
ward to next year, being that four of the top seven girls
will be returning.
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All cheerleading squads started off their year as always, attending camps of their
choice in order to improve skills and learn new cheers and techniques. Pep rallies
were organized by Mr. Brewer, Mr. McConnell, and cheerleaders. New ideas, H E E R
signs, and good leadership made the year a success.
VARSITY: Bottom row: I. Pautsch, S. Hurst, S. Cruea, K. Bird. Top row: C. Fair, S. Smith.
SENIORS: S. Smith, K. Bolton, S. Cruea, B. Adkins, S. Hurst. Hey, Mom!
r Troy Basketball
The basketball team was the best team that Troy High School has seen in the last five
years. The 10-9 record was undoubtedly indicative of the team's effort. The winning
season was very important to Coach John Ellis, for it was his first winning season at Troy
High School. He wanted to give the seniors a winning season. and the seniors did it. On
a team comprised of mostly seniors with little or no varsity experience. the Trojans beat
the odds to a successful season.
The crowning achievement of the season was a Holiday Tournament Championship.
Troy first beat highly-rated Piqua , a goal of any Troy team. Then came the finals and a
close win over tough Tecumseh. Another high point was a victory over perennially for-
midable Xenia. The team avenged last year's 118-'77 loss with a win and beat Xenia for
the first time in ten years. In order to have a winning season, it was necessary to obtain
wins in the last three regular season games. But then the luck of the draw went against
the Trojans and Troy bowed out early in the district tournament to number 2 seeded
Dave Abrams, Jim McDowell, and Stan Iddings received all-W.0.L. awards.
McDowell and Iddings also were selected to the all-tourney team in the Holiday Tour-
Sophomore guard Jeff Wagner returns next year to lead the team, along with a host of
players moving up from the Reserve squad. If reserve coach John Phillips can equal this
year's job of feeding material to the varsity. then next year's team could be a hum-
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FRONT: 1. Wagner, J. McDowel. STANDING: R. Burns, D. Abrams, J. Lyman, S. Iddings, R. Copp, R. Evans, B. Stockmeier, B. Gallagher, Coach Ellis.
FROSH: Top: M. Gribler, T. Moyer, R. Moffit, B. Sims, C. Robertson, M. Keith, J. Benner, B.
Shepherd, Coach Stichter. Bottom: C. Smith, R. Lucas, L. Delwiche, M. Williams, B. Rozelle.
D. Richter, D. Conard. R. Lykes.
SOPH: lst row: C. McNamee, J. Lucas, T. Thompson, T. Huffman, D. Stoltz. 2nd row: M. Weyi-
ant, T. Lavelle, T. Jacobs, M. Martin, B. Chrisman, J. Small. Coach Dearth.
Gallagher hides face from mysterious hand just prior to game.
Miami East 77 70
Springfield Catholic 66 46
Tipp City 55 58
Centerville 61 63
Fairborn 67 fO.T.D 63
Piqua 65 63
Tecumseh 73 66
Wayne 56 58
Xenia 62 59
Stebbins 63 73
Piqua 47 58
Fairmont West 62 68
Miamisburg 74 73
Springfield North 63 76
Fairmont East 56 68
Beavercreek 73 58
Sidney 73 65
Greenville 73 67
Northmont 46 67
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TROY - THIT Champs! Highlight of the season.
RESERVES: Bottom: S. Burns, J. Weyant, S. Butcher, D. Cox, M. Bigelow. Top: R. Heffelfinger, R.
Evans, B. Evans, S. Melvin. I . Blackmore. W. White, Coach Phillips.
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Stock for two points as Troy gives Xenia the "raw deal. "
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R. Albright, J. Stonerock. ROW 3: M. DeGrand.
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Rashilla, S. Schumm, J. T. Bowers, C. Fox, C. Renner, C. Helmer, L. Rudy, D. Jenkins, P. Moore, D
Gero, R. Reardon.
THE BALANCE: ROW 1: G. Carnes, M. Herrick, D. Koproski - Editor-in-chief, B. O'Dell - Mug. Editor, K.
Spillane, K. Bolton. ROW 2: K. Nicholson, P. Reed, K. McConnell, N. Eyler, N. Lee, C. Davis. ROW 3: Mr.
Bennett - advisor, P. Duncan, K. Moreland, J. Dillard, L. Romie, M. Dube, L. Gillis, J. Shrock, B. Starkey,
E. Stillwell, L. Williams. Absent: I. Lyman, M. McClellan, V. Warren, T. Younce, E. Swinehart.
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The combined music and drama
departments put on "The Music Man"
this year. The basic plot revolved
around Harold Hill, a con man who
went to River City to try to sell musi-
cal instruments, and to start a boys
band. But his plan failed when he fell
in love with Marian Paroo. He finally
ends up by really establishing a boys
Many hours of hard work were put
into producing this musical and the
people involved were greatly
rewarded . Each night the performances
thrilled capacity crowds.
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Reardon, L. Becker, S. Wildman, M. Cummins,
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Adams, A. Calvert, S. Schilling, D. Domigan,
I. Feierstein, T. Carter, C. Crouse, T. Elling-
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son, J. Orsborn. K. Smith. M. Johnson, D
Allen, R. Grenko, I. Miller, M. Peters, L.
Lipp, I. Adams, B. Bader, K. Ellicot, T. Wil-
son, W. Lipp, D. Trostel, J. Rhoades. Row 3: D.
Rhoades, C. Robbins, C. Fox, S. Mott, M. Pell-
man, C. Dalton, D. Lair, B. Adkins, N.
Meeker, I. Sta1'ry, K. Bird, T. Dumbauld, T.
Funderburg, M. Brand, B. Markley, B. Ferguson,
T. Dixon, K. Ware, K. Johnson, K. Decker, D.
Carnes, M. McClellan, C. Spraul, T. Ralston,
B. Berkshire, A. Pfister, D. Brumbaugh, K.
Newman, I. Morgan, K. Graham, M. Herrick,
T. Sarver. Row 4: S. Gallagher, D. Hartman,
C. Kirby, P. I-Iughart, S. Rosenbaum, S. Smith,
T. West, P. Duncan, B. Adamson, N. Lee, S
Smith, A. Timko, J. Lyman, B. Gallagher, T.
Welbaum, R. Holobaugh, R. Copp, D. Abrams,
M. Leffel, K. Stone, J. Stonerock, T. Thorn-
burg, P. Bell, M. Smitley, M. Dickerson, T
Mintz, M. Moyer, P. Bookwalter, D. Adamson
S. Black, S. Parke.
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Troy High School held
the Junior Miss pageant this
year on November 2. Skip
McConnell did a great job
of directing the pageant.
Annette Shook , Patty
Ramey, Kaye Bolton, and
Susan Hurst represented
Troy High School. They
competed in physical fit-
ness, scholarship, creative
arts, and poise.
Maureen Mutrie of
Miami East became the
1975 Junior Miss. Patty
Ramey placed as lst run-
ner-up, and Susan Hurst
was 4th runner-up. Patty
also received the trophies
for poise and creative arts.
Once again, under the
fine direction of Mr. Doo-
ley, the Christmas Assem-
bly was a great success.
The combined Freshman
and Sophomore choirs sang
many songs, among them
"The Holly and the lvy"
and "A Child Of Hope."
The Senior Choir sang
many songs, ending with
the traditional "Hallelujah
Chorus." As usual, every-
one got the spirit of Christ-
mas from the wonderful
1st row: I. Ritter, M. Grove, M. Hurst, M. Oldham, T. Williamson, M. Lyons, T. Ridenour, B. Rutledge, Coach Simpson. 2nd row: R. Smith, K.
Nally, T. Suchecki, T. Pardue. B. Evans, G. Shrake, J. Morren, D. Miller.
Ted Suchecki works p-bars. Senior-captain John Morrell
The Trojan gymnasts started out slow due to inexperi-
ence but, led by senior captain John Morrett, picked up
momentum as the season progressed. They improved 38
points from the first meet to the last. Sophomore Mike
Lyons and junior Ron Smith highlighted the season, both
doing well in the state meet. Coach Simpson is hopeful for
a great season next year with all team members returning
except for Morrett.
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6-4 DUAL MEETS
4th in W. O .L.
4th in Regional
9th in State
The dance was held February lst
with the theme being the great lovers
of Valentine's Day. The band, the
Reggie Ross Trio, played a great vari-
ety of songs. They drew such com-
ments as "l loved them" and "They
were great" and "really fantastic."
Greatest lovers of the school were cho-
sen by the student body, with the top
couple being Keith Stone and Kyle
Newman. They were awarded a heart
with their picture in it and a gigantic
candy kiss. Other famous lovers were:
Rob Harrelson and Diane Brumbaugh,
Mark Schnell and Janet Rhoades,
Kevin Adkins and Patty Jenkins, and
Jeff Wagner and Renee Seaman. Stan
lddings summed up the evening by say-
ing, "It was a most memorable expe-
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1st ROW: C. Wilson, D. Wright, M. Simpson. S. Hartwell, M. Gallagher, R. Chamblin, G. Shroyer, J. Weaver, B. Lemon, K. Ware, I. Swank. 2nd ROW:
T. Chalmers. M. Gribler, P. Sugg, T. Iakubek, M. Wilson, M. Suchecki, F. Perez, R. Swinehart, C. Sugg, S. Sugg, I. Allen. 3rd ROW: Coach Bennett,
M. Quinn, S. Stein, K. North, P. Reddy, I. Roberts. I. Pitts, C. Lloyd, I. Roberts, S. Beebe. T. Robbins, I. Broughton, Coach Bennett.
The Trojan wrestlers completed a fine season for as -
young as they were. They started out slow in tournament - 7
action due to inexperience, but as the season progressed ' . "
the team gathered momentum. The team was led by
All-American Chris Wilson, and heavyweight Tim
Chalmers. Coach Bennett is looking forward to a fine
season next year with nine returning lettermen .
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Chris Wilson . Tim
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DUAL MEETS: Record 3-3
12th - G.M. V.W.A. Holiday Invitational
3rd - Troy Invitational
4th - Wayne Invitational
4th - Western Ohio League
11th - Sectionals
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PEP BAND: Top left - Row 1: J. Orsborn - Director. Row 2: S. Smith. C. Boyer, K. Brautigan, A. Timko, S. Schilling, K. Decker, T. Funderburg, J. Miller, B
Sodders, R. Holobixugh, S. Smith, K. Leytze, J. Leptak. Row 2: M. Baird, M. Gribler, D. Domigan, K. Haddad, D. Dawson, P. Breese, M. Francis, T. Loar
R. Emmel, T. Robinson, D. Shook, S. Grove, P. Conine, D. Alexander. Absent: B. Deskins, M. Grove, T. Fulker.
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STAGE BAND: Bottom right - Row 1: T. Funderburg, J. Miller. Row 2: Mr. Slonaker - Director, P. Bruce, P. Conine, S. Grove, L. Karns, T. Fulker, S. Smith
K. Leytze, W. Hill, S. Wildman. Row 3: D. Shook, D. Dawson, P. Brecse, T. Loar, M. Francis, R. Emmel, T. Robinson, C. Allen, J. Leptak. Absent: B
ORCHESTRA: Row 1: M. Smitley, J. Warner, N. Carnes, S. Timm, S. Adams, D. Lindsay, D. Stang, L. Saunders, A. Straker, E. Hartman, D. Stradling, T
Fulker. Row 2: R. Albright, D. Hartman, D. Gillis, K. Hale, M. DeGrand, K. Fulker, K. Hale, N. Brentlinger, D. Mintz, K. Haddad, D. Domigan, S. Smith
L. Rudy. Row 3: S. Wildman, A. Calvert, K. Brautigam, C. Boyer, A. Timko, T. Beatty, W. Hill, K. Leytze, S. Smith, J. Orsbom, S. Mott, R. Holobaugh
Row 4: Mr. Wildman - Director, K. Decker, D. Friend, V. Thompson, I. Miller, B. Deskins, T. Funderburg, M. Dewitt, D. Allen, J. Lewis, D. Alexander, I
Fletcher, D. Shook, P. Conine, B. Sodders, B. Vorpe.
I don't know where we are! Mmmrn, this is good!
KEY CLUB PROJECTS:
1. Pep Rally.
2. Sell spirit buttons.
3. Thanksgiving turkey for 6 needy families.
4. Christmas party for 1-3 graders.
5. Helped with Red Cross Bloodmobile.
6 . Refereed basketball games for Riverside.
7. Sold popcorn for profit.
9. Sold ads for football and basketball
OFFICERS: Row 1: K. Lawrence - Pres., B
Blackburn - Vice-Pres., M. Tecklenburg
Sec. Row 2: T. Ording - Treas., T. Dum-
bauld - Sgt. at Arms, R. Copp - Sr. Rep.
M. Tecklenburg - Ir. Rep.
OFFICERS: Front: S. Long - Hist., S. Shuler
Pres. Back: A. Marks - Sec., A. Dunnam
Vice-Pres., S. Cruea - Treas. , Mrs. Davis
1 . Sold hangers.
2. Sold candy.
3. Gave Halloween candy to Children's Hos-
4. Headed projects for Riverside.
6. Distribute ads to raise money.
KEY CLUB: Row 1: L. Shafer, S. Kunkleman, D. Abrams, B. Blackburn, D. Collins, R. Copp, K. Lawrence, M.
Shroyer, D. Brundrett. Row 2: B. Gallagher, B. Cahill, R. Harrelson, R. Tate, T. Dumbauld, T. Funderburg,
M. Tecklenburg, C. Helmer, M. Tecklenburg. Row 3: S. Shroyer, T. Mercer, B. Rhoades, T. Ording, B.
Mintz, I. Goodall, B. Ravye, R. Burns, G. Carnes, Mr. Dorsey - advisor. Absent: B. Emerick, K. Smith, B.
Campbell, D. Carnes.
JUNIOR ASTRA: Front row: J. Rhoades, K. Bird, I. Saffell, D. Brurnbaugh, J. Starry, K. Gates. Back row: L.
Gillis, K. Fair, E. Seiple, C. Stubbs, P. McAtee. Absent: D. Goodin.
SENIOR ASTRA: S. Gillman, S. Hurst, S. Smith, S. Cruea, S. Long, Marks, S. Twiss, S. Shuler, A. Dunnam,
B. Ingram, H. Johnston. Absent: D. Donley.
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1. Antique show.
2. Rest area on I-75: free
coffee during Thanksgiving
3. Head of Mid-Winter
4. Easter egg hunt for public.
5. Attended SCOPE.
6. Attended World
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INTERACT: Front: Mr. Stichter - advisor, G. Shroyer, D. Argabright, T. Strominger, T. Robinson, M. Lyons, K. Nally, J.
Weyant, J. McCoy, S. Burns, T. Suchecki. Back: D. Knife, X. Lobetto, B. Siler, D. Wright, J. Morrett, C. McDade, T. Hill.
C. Wilson, J. Lyman, S. Nally, D. Friend, J. Blackmore. Absent: B. Nimer, P. Hoover, B. Ritter, J. Walker, J. Ritter, B.
Evans, J. Wagner.
OFFICERS - INTERACT:
Front: D. Argabright -
Vice-Pres. , J. Morrett v
Pres. Back: T. Strominger -
Sec., C. Wilson - Sgt. at
Arms, J. McCoy - Treas.
1 or PROJECTS:
OI COpportunity Involvementjz Row 1: K. Reineke, T. Klockner, R. Albright, OFFICERS - GI- Row 1' I T Bowers - Vice-
L. Lipp, A. Marks, K. Smith, A. Shook, C. Rashilla. Row 2: K. Adamson, Pres., J' Harwell H Sgt. at Arms. Row 2: L. 1. Recycling Center.
C. Long, W. Lipp, C. Goubeaux, J. Knoderer, D. Boldman, J. I-Iartzell, P. S. MPP Y Pres. Row 3: W. Lip? - Sec., C. 2. Hayride.
Dunckelman, Mr. Boone - advisor. Row 3: S. Richter, L. Burns, P. Rashiua - Treas. 3. Concession stand on square
McC1eary, S. Schumm, D. Shearer, S. Schuerman, S. Stein, R. Grenko 4. Donated S100 to Stouder
Row 4: C. Dyas, B. Silkey, D. Jenkins, V. Thompson, C. Pugalee, J. Lep- Hospital.
tak, J. Morrett, D. Shook. Row 5: M. Tecklenburg, M. Shaneyfelt, T. Fun 5. Sponsored needy family at
derburg, K. Ware, J. T. Bowers, S. Reber, R. Rashilla, S. Stanforth, T Christmas.
Welbaum. B. Gallagher. Absent: J. Lyman, G. Sheley, D. Reeder. R. 6. Sponsored Rec dance.
Buchan. T. Ellingson, A. Kratt, B. Taubman, S. Fish, N. Decker, M. Gal
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The girls' gymnastic
team started out slow but,
through determination and
hard work, the season ended
a winner, with five wins
and four losses. Highlights
of the season included wins
over Wilbur Wright and
Wayne. Julie Faulconer,
Lou Ann Stockmeier, and
Karla Fair all placed in the
District. Coach Blackmore
expects an excellent season
next year with all members
of the team returning.
Girls' G mnastics
SPLITTING: K. Bird, S. Adams, K. Fair. KNEELING: L. Karnes, S. Hanwell, L. Stockmeier, S Lang B Plunkett R Sea
man. STANDING: D. Plant, T. Wilson, L. Lindon, S. Minnich, B. Vorpe, D. Seaman, K. Collins
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' First year coach Susan Blackmore High-point scorer LouAnn Stockmexer
Don't judge this year's girls' basketball team
an its record: 0-11 is not a description of a good
earning experience and a basis for future suc-
zess. The team was led by the high scoring of
'am Duncan and Sherry Bergeron, and Beth Star-
:ey and Laura Buckman led in rebounding. A
rotable source stated that "The season was
worthwhile because the freshmen and sophomores
earned a lot and got a chance to play basketball
or the first time." Freshman Marcy Lenox led
he reserve team and coach Nan Hill has high
ropes for her in the future .
RESERVE: BOTTOM: T. Jarrett, P. Stubbs, M. Lenox J Artau TOP K Shoup D Walker P Brennan
M. Nally, C. Love, M. Ceyler, K. McCarthy.
VARSITY: BOTTOM: R. Manwaring, L. Evert, S. Bergeron, C . Stubbs, S. Clark. TOP: J. Pitts K Johnson L Buckman B Starkey P
Duncan, K . Mills .
JCOWA: Row 1: Mrs. Manning - advisor, J. Leptak, C. Jakubek, T. Miller. Row 2: D. Gillis, S. Timm, R. Albright. J. Hartzell, S.
Parker, C. Brown. Row 3: M. Leptak, L. Nims, I. Furnas, T. Mintz, T. Starcher, J. Dematteo. Absent: E. Meek, S. Niles, J. Slifer. B.
Satterfield, S. Carver. L. Verry, D. Lair, D. Benning, K. Peters, M. DeRyke, K. Reinike, K. Leytze, D. Dowty, L. Gillis, I. Voorhis.
. ICOWA OFFICERS: D. Benning - Sec., I. Leptak
' i. Vice-Pres. , T. Miller - Treas. , C. lakubek - Pres.
SCIENCE CLUB: Sitting: D. Lindsey, D. Thomas, L
ner, I. Warner, S. Fraula, K. Jackson, D. Stang
T. Wilson. Row 3: E. Ellingson, C. Little, Mr
Thomas - advisor. Absent: K. Fulker - Pres.
6 gg Demorrett. Row 2: J. Clawson, K. Haddad, J. War-
Do I smell something burning?
FHA fFuture Homemakers of Americajz Row 1: I. Hoskins, S. Wildman, C. Kirby. K. Kearns, S. Gal-
lagher. Mrs. .Tung - advisor. Row 2: D. Rhoades, D. Walker, S. Smith, J. Puterbaugh, D. Dowty, K.
Smith, M. Bean. Row 3: T. Meyers, S. Smallenbarger, N. Phillips, K. Agenbroad, B. I-Iunt. J. Ingram.
Row 4: K. English, B. Smallenbarger. J. Vandeveer, C. Smith, J. Gulker, M. Conard, P. Kiser.
I wish Rock would cover his leg.
OFFICERS. Front: C. Kirby - Sec.-Treas. , S. Gallagher - Pres. , K. Kearns -
Vice-Pres. Back: A. Riffel - County officer, R. Permenter - l-list.
The track team did what every team would like to do: peak at
the end of the season. "We got good performances at the W.O.L.
meet and 12 career bests at sectional," commented Coach Herb
Hartman. "We were strong at the end of the season when we
needed to be. " Troy finished 4th in the classy W.O.L. At the Troy
Relays , which is becoming one of the most prestigious meets in the
state, Troy was 7th out of 21 teams.
Leading the team was standout middle-distance man, Mark
Shroyer. The muscular senior indisputably pulled down the
M.V.P. award. James McDowell was one of the best hurdlers in
the area, he was voted "Most Improved. " Sprinter Ron Burns was
awarded the "Best Track" award, and Tom Ording the "Best
Coach Hartman stressed the "importance that the 11 seniors
made. It will be hard to replace Shroyer and all the seniors. " But
retuming will be quarter-miler Bruce Rademachir and polevaulter
Mark Peters. As Hartman sees it, along with them will return "one
of the better freshman groups to come along. "
Seniors display maturity
FRONT: G. Newman, M. Block, S. Hartwell, M. Thorpe, M. Bigelow, K. Borgerding. M. Johnson, C. Smith. 2nd ROW: D. Argabright, D Cames K ware W
White, V. Vlasho, T. McCreary, J. Falter, B. Beaty, B. Rademachir, M. Peters. 3rd ROW: S. Kunkleman, D. Friend, J. McCoy, M. Shroyer D Carter J
McDowell. D. Collins, T. Ording, R. Flory, K. Butt, S. Iddings, Coach Hartman, Coach Turner.
Mark Shroyer is usual 1st place finish.
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FROSH: G. Taylor. C. Washer, J. Allen, 1. Worden. S. Grigsby, F. Perez.
Back: M. Kaebnick, 1. Long. R. Evans. D. Argabright, D. Daugherty, R.
Wise. T. Fellers.
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Drama producrrons Black Comedy Drnner Freld rrrps Ohro Unrversrry Bowlrng Green,
Theater, Flowers for Algernon, Elementary Wrrght Stare Srdney H S Falrborn H S
school Chrrstmas play Sprlng Play Crry H S Jaycee Wrves Chrldren s Theater
You put your right foot in - Cecelia talks about Chile .
I don't give a - -
OFFICERS: Front: R. Albright - Pres. , I. Brown -
Sec. Back: S. Timm - Corres. Sec.. K. Brown -
AFS 1American Field Serviceja Front: C. Sierra, S. Timm, C. Brown, M. Wray, T. Loar, P. Athey, L. Verry, A. Shook, E. Meek, J.
Brown, Mrs. Abbott - advisor. Back: K. Bolton, S. Hale, J. Thorpe, R. Albright, J. Voorhis, J. Leptak, B. Rayve, K. Smith, N. Lee,
T. Wilson. Absent: A. Holmstrom, C. Conway, M. Foster. S. Iddings, M. Degrand, L. Richardson, B. Emerick, R. Burns, N. Naugh-
ton. K. Brown.
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The senior class once again sup-
ported the Chicken Dinner. This year
the senior class added ham to the menu
in hopes of getting more people. It
seemed to be a great success, for they
didn't run out of anything.
The Chicken Dinner is a fund-rais-
ing activity to support scholarships for
the senior class of next year. This year
the senior class raised a total of
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This year, 139 Troy High School students received a
Scholarship "T" at the annual banquet. In order to
eam a T, a student had to have been on the Princi-
pal's List at least once. The dinner was sponsored by
the Troy Chamber of Commerce and T.H.S. Student
Council. After a great meal, the scholars were
entertained by a trio consisting of Pam Conine,
Marla Cummins, and Beth Schultz singing "Try to
Rememberf' Mark Dewitt playing "Rachmaninoff
Prelude in C3 Mi.nor:" and Annette Shook singing
"People." Michael Barnhart gave a very challeng-
ing speech about using the scholastic abilities pos-
sessed for a productive life. The T's were then
handed out to 67 seniors. 20 juniors. 18 sophomores.
and 34 freshmen.
New Coach Vickie Felver was hit
with the realization of how tough the
W.O.L. competition can be. How-
ever, the team finished with a
respectable 6th place in the W.O.L.
The final record was 3-'I , not bad con-
sidering the competition. The reserves
finished with a 2-8 record. Only one
girl had competed in volleyball
before. Miss Fe1ver's second year
promises to be even more productive.
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RESERVE: BACK: J. Starry, V. Pour, R. Oldham. L. Rainey. FRONT: S. Hartwell, L. Arthur.
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VARSITY: BACK: M. Seaman, R. Manwaring, D. Quillen, C. Earhart. FRONT: L. Brand, N. Nirns, P. Duncan.
GirI's Softball And Track
lst: C. Goubeaux. B. Bader, K. Ferguson. S. Butcher, A. Butcher, S. Clarke. I. Rucker. D. Qulllen, T. Wilson. K. Fringe. 2nd: I. Shields. L. Force, D. Spillane
L. Arthur. S. Cramer. S. Klaer. B. Melvin. N. Bretllnger. B. Homer, T. Lou. S. Conway. Srd: S. Reddy. S. Hartwell. S. long, M. Nally. N. Lee, K. Spillane
K. Bell, M. Foster. K. Lyme, M. Hershey, T. Honeyman. I... Bums. L. Bell. S. Richter.
lat: D. Baile, P. Duncan. V. Pour, I. Holldns. C. Nun. T. Ianett. 2nd: V. Anderson. D. Baker. E. Becker. I. Pitts.
B. Iohmon, D. Sweeney. W
The Troy Girl's Track
Team had an up and down
year in the '75 season.
They struggled with an 0-4
season record but gelled to
place 6th in the sectional.
In those sectionals. Sally
Hartwell, Sue Richter.
Sonya Clarke. Athena
Butcher, and Jana Rucker
all qualified for the district
meet. Five new school
records were established
this season. lnexperience
showed this season, but the
future looks bright as the
team will lose no members
The softball team fin-
ished the season with an 0-
11 record, Coach Hill
declined comment on this
LEGAL HOUSE PROJECTS:
1. Student Poll.
2. Attended three WOL student 2
3 . Student exchange with Fairbank.
4. Student council elections.
5. Election of members at large.
6 . lnvestigated student grievances.
7. Met with Romania and Communist
8. Updated and amended Student
SENIORS: Front: K. Bolton, Gary Carnes. Back: M. Tecklenburg, R. Copp, S. Nally, P. Dunckelman, 1.
Leptak, C. Helmer, R. Albright, C. Dyas. Absent: P. Gibboney.
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Tecklenburg - Vice-Pres., C. Helmer - Pres., D. Jenkins -
JUNIORS: Front: J. Beeney, B. Schultz. B. Bader. Back: P. McAtee, M. Tecklen-
burg. R. Reardon. 1
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SOPHOMORES: Front: K. Lobeto, D. Jenkins. P. Really, you guys! FRESHMEN: Front: P. Moore, S. Hartwell. Back:
Groff. Back: R. Rashilla, S. Schuerman. L. I. Lutz, C. Lloyd. Absent: M. Sucheki.
2. Music in cafeteria.
3. Held and attended
4. Talent show.
5. Spring party.
FRESHMENI ROW 12 R- FOX. F- PCISZ- Row 21 L- Arthur. SOPHOMORES: Row 1: S. Butcher, R. Seaman. Row 2:
D. Seaman. P. Evans, C. Davis. Row 3: K. Horn. P. VanFossen, M. Warner, B. Vorpe, M. Warner. Row
3: J. Vandeveer, I. Shields, S. Schumm.
OFFICERS: Kneeling: T. Funderburg - Pres., T. IUNIORS: Front: T. Mercer, D. Brumbaugh, L. Lindon, E. Seiple, N. Carnes. Back: L. Rudy, D. Brun-
Mercer - Vice-Pres. Sitting: S. Cruea - Treas. , drett, D. Ingle, B. Ferguson.
S. Hurst - Sec.
SENIORS: Front: M. Shaneyfelt, B. Blackburn, T. Funderburg, I. T. Bowers. Back: D. Abrams, S. SENIOR CABINET OFFICERS: Front: D. Abrams -
Smith, S. Bergeron, L. Lipp, S. Cruea, S. Shuler. S. Hurst. Pres, B. Blackburn - Vice-Pres. Back: S. Ber-
geron - Sec. , S. Cruea - Treas.
The juniors put in a lot of effort
this year to make the Junior-Senior
Prom a great success. The juniors
picked "Stairway to Heaven" as
their theme and made fantastic
decorations to transform the gym
into a wonderful danceland.
Crowned as King and Queen to
reign over Prom were Susan Hurst
and Tom Funderburg.
The following sophomores
dressed as gods and goddesses and
did a fantastic job of serving
Daren thinks he's cute!
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You sure we have to take out books on it?
CINDERELLAS: ABOVE ROW 1: N. Nirns. C. Davis, D. Benning, L. Evert, R. Man
waxing. ROW 2: I. Hartzell, C. Goubeaux, T. Miller, W. Hill. D. Artau. N. Bretl
linger, A. Houser. ROW 3: L. Lindon, L. Becker, C. Dalton, C. Iacubek, C. Rash!
illa, R. Reardon, P. Conine, M. Foster.
BAT BELLES: BELOW ROW 1: C. Davis, D. Boldman, J. Knoderer, J. Nimer, C
Long. ROW 2: C. Stulz, L. Redick, L. Rudy, K. Brown. ROW 3: K. Mertz, C
Thobe, B. Aliff, P. Conine, P. Cooper, D. Trostel.
GAA: ROW 1: N. Nims, M. Seaman, L. Brand, I. Katterheinrich, T. Miller, S. Bergeron, A. Marks, S. Cruea, A. Pfister, N. Meeker, K. Smith, S. Yount, G
Sheley. ROW 2: K. Mills, P. Duncan, R. Oldham, D. Shellhaas, D. DeWeese, J. Saffell, K. Kramer, P. McCleary, D. Reeder, D. Shearer. ROW 3: S. Cramer
L. Osborn, K. Fogt, R. Seaman, J. Starry, D. Dunlap, T. Honeyman, C. Brower, S. Fish, S. Richter. ROW 4: E. Becker, P. Long, A. Tounsley, M. Nally, D
Loufman, D. Seaman, K. Collins, P. Evans, J. Sensenbrenner, P. Moore. ROW 5: N. Lee, K. Frings, V. Lucas, S. Wolbert, J. Kroger, T. Christian, S
Minnichl L. Arthur, S. Hartwell, V. Pour. J. Hoskins. ROW 6: P. Groff, J. Welbaum, M. Warner, B. Doll, J. Pautsch, L. Gillis, L. Burns, L. Buckman, T
Hewitt, K. Henn, M. Wamer, D. Quillen.
GAA OFFICERS: L. Burns - Sec., J. Starry - Sec. , L. Brand - Sr. Rep. , A
Marks - Sr. Rep., S. Bergeron - Pres., K. Smith - V. Pres., S. Young - Sgt
at Arms, L. Gillis - Ir. Rep., P. Groff - Soph. Rep., M. Warner - Soph
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Our boy's tennis team finished the season
with an overall record of 9-7. The Trojans
were led by 1st singles player Rob Harrelson.
who finished his senior year with an 11-5
record. Harrelson. who. along with Rob
Buchan C12-43 won the AAA Troy sectional.
received the MVP award for his outstanding
playing and leadership. Another bright spot
of the season was the 1st doubles team of
Mark Johnson and lim Blackmore. who
ended up with a 14-2 record and qualified
for the AAA district toumament. 'l'he future
looks very bright for the Trojans with
Buchan, Blackmore. and Johnson qamong
Boys In Sports
Scarbaby at it again.
Is this the party to whomlam speaking? OFFICE WORKERS: Front: Mrs. Stang. Left to right: N. Cames, B. Blair, D. Trostel, J. Starry, D.
DeWeese, E. Jones, L. Evert, K. Gates, J. McNeal, I. Hartzell, S. Smith, A. Dunnam, C. Fox.
Absent: B. Deskins, L. Brand, A. Marks, R. Reardon, S. Long, M. Seaman.
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ATTENDANCE WORKERS: At desk: Mrs. Reed. Beside desk: S. Walton. LIBRARY WORKERS: Front: V. Swank, K. Agenbroad, K. Mertz, D. Rushton, M
Standing: R. Harrelson, D. Collins, P. Dunckelman, Mr. Fletcher, L. Rai-
ney. L. Blankenship, K. Agenbroad, D. Boone, K. Dunn, T. Stull, T. Von-
Carr, E. Manson. Back: B. Aliff, S. Watkins, Mrs. Floyd. Mrs.
Swob. Absent: C. Vaughn, N. Decker, K. Scott.
Senior Slop Day
This year Senior Slop Day was
celebrated with the theme of the
fifties. Many of the seniors wore
long skirts, rolled-up jeans, muscle
T-shirts, and greased back their
hair. This added a little excitement
and humor to the day and everyone
had a great time .
The seniors showed their spirit
and pride by going out and cleaning
up the city on the annual Ecology
Day. Their activities varied from
planting flowers along the levee,
cleaning up the baseball stadium,
trimming shrubs, weeding flower
beds, and even washing and waxing
the fire engines. The seniors did a
lot of hard work to beautify the
Troy's baseball team finished the season with a 15-10
record . The senior-dominated team had a 5-4 record in
the always tough Western Ohio League. The team was
led by Bruce Cahill 4.312 and 26 RBIJ, Tim Dumbauld
4.333 and 15 RBD, Jerry Weyant C.315J, and Dan Cox
C.290J. Troy's top pitchers were Rick Copp C6-5 and
1.88 ERAJ, Craig Helmer C3-0, 'I saves, 1.14 ERAJ,
and Mark Fish. The senior dominated pitching staff will
be hard to replace. The only underclassmen with
extensive action to return next year are Jerry Weyant
Uuniorb and Dan Cox fSophomoreJ.
The hustling Weyant was picked to the 2nd team all
W.O.L. Bruce Cahi1l's muscle earned him the team
M.V.P. award. Tim Dumbauld was "Best Hitter,"
Rick Copp "Best Pitcher," and Craig Helmer received
the coveted "Fireman" award.
Coach Fletcher, in summing up the season, stated,
"We were plagued by injuries, but the team overcame
these problems to finish with a respectable season. "
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FRONT: D. Alexander, K. Cahill, J. Weyant, K. Wayman, D. Cox, T Price MIDDLE B Cahill C Helmer M Fish T Quillen S Melvin T Mercer K
Smith. BACK: R. Heffelfinger, M. Brand, T. Funderburg, R. Copp, P Gibboney T Dumbauld Coach Fletcher
FRONT: 1. Miller, B. Friend, M. Johnson, T. Kams. J. Robertson, C. Wayman, J. Russell. MIDDLE: M. Weyant,
K. Shafer, B. Allen, R. Lykes. T. Keams. C. Hancock. H. Broughton, T. Fuller. BACK: R. Free. D. Lowe, R.
Lair. T. Goedde. J. Howell, M. Melvin, C. Boehringer, T. Dumbauld, T. Jacobs, B. Silkey, Coach Boone.
FRONT: R. Silkey, N. Pfister, B. Rozell, D. Bercot, E. Bugge, J. Roberts, D. Rose. P. Zimmerman, M. DeRyke,
D. Curtis. MIDDLE: D. Dawson, B. Shepherd, L. Delwiche, B. Breisch, D. Conard, D. Rushton, T. Peters, I .
Shanesy. J. Johnston, T. Jakubek, D. McDonald. BACK: D. Richter, K. Lawrence, R. Canan, T. Karns, R. Lykes,
T. Moyer. T. Honeyman, R. Manwaring, Coach Coate.
He runs the show
Dag! How do you turn it on?
IR. AM I.O.E.: Row 1: K. Moreland, B. Adamson, D. Shellhaas - Pres. Row
2: T. Longacre, T. Ralston - Sec., J. Mason, C. Heffelfinger, K. Kearns.
Row 3: B. Blair - Vice-Pres., Mrs. Akers - advisor, M. O'Connor, D.
Rhoades - Treas. Absent: S. Haines - I-list. , E. Jones - Parl., S. Wintrow.
SR. I.O.E.: Row 1: Mrs. Jackson - advisor, S. Zeller - Parl., M. Seaman - Vice Pres., S. Rousseau, T.
Frst ,zrl KpmrdQ O jsbr kidy trvrobrf upi . .
IR. PM I.O.E.: Row 1: T. Watren - Treas. , C. Hall- Hist., D. Ingle - Pres.
Row 2: K. Davy - Vice-Pres., A. Davis, D. McNutt. Row 3: Mrs. Oman -
advisor, R. Brown, R. Permenter, V. Pour - Sec. Absent: A. Riffell - Parl.
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Stull. Row 2: K. Lane, B. Ingram - Pres. , K. Russell - Sec., L. Brand - Treas., T. Beaty, J. McNeal.
Absent: P. Granger - Hist. , J. Kimbrell, I. Yardlay.
OWE: ROW 1: D. Gilpin. H. Barmhouse, M. Hill, H. Poland, R. Wilson. ROW 2: Mr. Cole - advisor, P
Younce, L. Sinclair, D. Parker, B. Francis, P. Snyder, S. Grigsby, T. Feaselman. ROW 3: J. Criner, D
Swigan, D. Browning, D. Rhoades, S. Hansford, R. McNeal. ROW 4: R. Peck, D. Cruea, M. Kindell.
OWE: ROW 1: R. Owens. M. Block, R. Hutchinson, T. Robinson, B. Sims, P. Persinger. ROW 2: Mr
Donaldson - advisor, I. Bergman, B. Chrisman, M. Anderson, T. Younr, L. Grigby, T. Suplinger, T
Compton, J. Albaugh, R. Walker.
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The traditional Awards Assembly
was held on May 20th. Mr. Rosen pre-
sided over the assembly since he is now
faculty advisor of the National Honor
Society. The Rensselaer Award in
Mathematics, presented by Mr. Hoff-
man, was given to Mark Simpson. The
Bausch-Lomb Award in Science, pre-
sented by Mr. Hawkins, was given to
Jeff Stonerock. The highest honor,
that of valedictorian, was presented to
Jeff Stonerock, who had a point aver-
age of 3.99. The second highest honor
was presented to Mark Simpson who
was named the salutatorian. His point
average was 3 . 95 .
To end the assembly, 25 juniors
were inducted into the Honor Society,
and 53 seniors received their gold tas-
sels to wear at Commencement Exer-
cises, signifying their membership in
the Honor Society.
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DHO: ROW 1: M. Pellman - VICA Treas.. B. Als-
paugh, M. Alfred, J. Massie. ROW 2: Y. Lucas
VICA Pres., R. Favorite, T. West, K. Jarrell, D
Horner, P. Hayes, Mrs. Haddad - advisor.
DCHO: ROW 1: J. Harnish, C. Phelps, S. Stoll, M.
Alfred. ROW 2: T. Adams, C. Russell, G. Fox, P.
lxgorrison. Mrs. Bozick - advisor,
JA: ROW 1: G. Miller, M. Warner - Sec., D. Knife - Pres., T. Favorite - Treas., B. Miller - Sales, S
Smallenbarger, P. Jackson. ROW 2: C. Reynolds, J. Harrison, S. Butcher, M. Hershey - Mgr., B. Fergu-
son - Persn., J. Clark, J. Florkey, D. Clawson, E. Washington, C. Sinclair, J. Wagner. ROW 3: J
Lucas, J. Dunlavey, B. Johnson. B. Anderson, G. Sumner, M. Thomas, G. Baker. J. Small, M. Hack-
ett, Mr. Coate - advisor. M. James, M. Stephenson.
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JA: ROW 1: K. Evans, K. Wieringa, J. Hosko. ROW 2: B. Elswick, P. Macy, D. Cromwell, C. Boeh-
ringer, D. Sackett, M. Weyant, B. Ayala, B. Rutledge, C. McDade, T. Grump, B. Vondenhuevel, C.
Hoagland, T. Monroe, P. Longacre, B. Gilpin, V. McDaniel, C. Cromes. Absent: G. McCoy. K. Eng-
lish. L. Osborne, B. Horner.
Eat your heart out, John.
DE: ROW 1: D. Cremeans, M. Brown, M. Current, C. Mahan, J. Raymond, D. Miller, K. Dill, P. Hoskins, Bigelow, M. Harris, K. Smock. ROW 2: Mr. Sugg -
advisor, M. Andres, J. Woodell, M. Putterbaugh, K. Cromes, A. Gray, D. Brandenburg, D. Adkins, B. Ledford, S. Bigelow, M. Shanley, K. Chaney, K.
The diSYIib11IOI Wi-1'6'S COIIIIBCICG I0 The igI1iIiOI1? COE: ROW 1: P. Morrill. D. Patton, S. Mumma, D. Washington. ROW 2: K. Adkins, C. Stutchel, J.
Lowry, M. Grismer, M. Snyder, D. Hirsch. ROW 3: Mrs. Davis - Advisor, B. Deskins, C. Green, F.
Sluiter, K. Yancy, I. Thompson, C. Vaughn, D. Hess.
JA: J. Koopman, I. Petrepole, R. Atwell, T. Vondenhuevel. STANDING: Mrs. Chapman, R. Kirsh, R. Who said Tom's coming?
Busse, R. Moler, J. Marlow, S. Arnett, D. Criner, S. Collins, L. Queen, T. Ralston, M. Rogers.
The Activities Recognition Assembly
was held on May 21st. To start off,
Craig Helmer inducted Nathan Carnes
as the new student council president.
The following awards were given:
First National Bank Fellowship to
Military Academy Awards to Dave
Abrams and Tim Dumbauld
National Office Education and Out-
standing Business Student was Julie
Girls' State Representative was
Diane Brumbaugh with alternate being
Boys' State Representatives were
Mark DeGrand and Wes Welbaum with
Nathan Carnes and Guy Shrake as
Perfect Attendance Awards to Jim
McDowell, Daron Carter, Tom Ord-
ing, and Brad Stockmeier
The Sports Scholarship Award to
All-American Wrestling Award to
National School Orchestra Award to
John Philip Sousa Award to John Ors-
Overall Music Award to Dave Alex-
Choir Award to Annette Shook
Also presented were the Student
Council, Upper Bound W.O.L. Cen-
tury Club, and Yearbook Awards.
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DCT: ROW 1: K. Haneock, R.-Clegg. D. Robinson, L. Goodman, S. Wray. ROW 2: C. Kelsey, L. Lanzotti, T. Quillen, J. Thomronf'R. Morris, Mr.
Reeder - Advisor. ROW 3: R. Williams, T. Osgood, R. Parson, M. Gwin, K. Arthur, D. Jackson.
JA: ROW 1: M. Schaurer. ROW 2: M. Flora, Doubleknit Damer, B. Plamz,
P. Hughart. I. Meek. C. Counts, L. Hoover, Mrs. Chapman - Advisor. ROW
3: K. Osbome, E. Swinehart, C. Counts.
VMS: ROW 1: W. Atkins, J. ALhey, T. Vooris, L. Lemar, J. Aubaugh, B
White, R. Harlow, T. Stoltz. ROW 2: M. Ingle, B. Henderson, T. Atkins
C. Gibson, T. Reynolds. S. Berkholder.
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Hemm, I. Gosser, M. Ellis, H. Campbell,
Ridenour, C. Phelps, C.
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The Senior Dinner was presided over by Bill
Emerick as Master of Ceremonies. Kevin Law-
rence gave the Senior Toast and Mr. Steve Boone
gave the Faculty Toast. After Amy Marks and
Susan Long gave the humorous class history, the
senior class awards were handed out. Some of the
more outstanding awards were:
Giggles Laverne Award
to Ludi Verry
Brown-Nose Award to
Super Knockers Award
to Kolleen Peters
Women's Lib Award to
Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs . . .
Snow White - Sarah Shuler
Sleepy - Stanley Massengale
and Ron Burns
Dopey - Bill Fulker
Sneezy - Sherry Cruea
Doc - Jeff Leptak
Grumpy - Cindy Spencer
Happy - Jamie Hobson
Bashful - Doug Friend
Most Dedicated Football
Player Award to Rick Scarff
Blue Cross Award to Randy
Senior Burnout Award to
Prudential Insurance Co.
Award to Linda Brand and
P.D.A. Award to Kyle Newman
Teeny Weeny Afro to Gary Cames
Most Likely to Succeed to Craig Helmer
Munchkin Award to Susan Gillman
The Senior Farewell Assembly was
quite a sad affair for some and a happy
one for others. After the Invocation by
Nathan Carnes, the Men's Ensemble
sang "Hands of Time." Mr. Richard
Rosen then gave the Faculty Address to
the Seniors. Then the Women's
Ensemble sang ' 'Sometimes . " The
Carson Trophy for the outstanding jun-
ior girl was presented to Bev Bader by
Sharon Mott. Then the Vesper Trophy
for the outstanding junior boy was pre-
sented to Stan Iddings by David
Abrams. Jim Lyman then sang "Litt1e
Flowers," a song composed by him-
self. David Abrams then presented Mr.
Rosen with the Class of 1975 scholar-
ship money which was eamed at the
Chicken Dinner. Junior class President
Ted Mercer presented the Color Cane
to Senior class President David
Abrams. To close the assembly, John
Orsborn led the singing of "Troy High.
Live on Forever. "
The Seniors were together as a class
for one final time when they assem-
bled for the highlight of their year -
This year, instead of having schol-
arships handed out on a separate night,
they were presented along with the
Mark Simpson delivered his saluta-
tory and Jeff Stonerock delivered his
valedictory. Following a moving Bac-
calaureate by The Reverend Clifford
Stewart, the Senior Choir sang "I Will
Never Pass This Way Again" and the
traditional "You'll Never Walk
Alone." Mr. James Welbaum then
presented the Class of 1975 and Dr.
Stanley Vorpe presented the diplomas
and Mr. Robert Conard presented the
local scholarships. After the exercises
there was much rejoicing, laughter
and smiles shown by the graduates and
We came to this high school with hopes and dreams, but we came also with
apprehension. We were apprehensive about what the immediate future held
for us. We knew not the people we would meet nor the faculty that would
guide us through the next four years. But, we felt that perhaps now was the
time to develop an education of the future - to increase our awareness to
think and act for the future - for knowledge deals with the past, but our deci-
sions are in the future. We hoped that our dreams would materialize. We
dreamed of Utopian societies, free of hate, discrimination. and corruption.
Societies in which all could coexist peacefully. But. who could help us to
attain these futuristic goals? Who would mold our blurred dream into a clear
reality that we could grasp? We found our answer when we came in contact
with you - our faculty. If ever we are to succeed in the future, it is to you
that we will be indebted. For you have inspired us to think, encouraged us to
act and have helped to guide us toward our goals. We are aware that you may
remember the times we have fought against you, but you must understand that
we would much rather have fought along side you. Even though we have not
always heard your exact words, we will take with us your ideas and will find
them to be invaluable. So we, the senior class of 1975, would like to toast
the faculty for their investment in our future.
- Kevin Lawrence
Seniors, Faculty, and Guests . . .
When I came to the Senior Dinner tonight, I did not know what the senior
motto was. However, if I had one wish for the class of 1975, I would like
them to extend Thoreau's words.
Senior motto: If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it
is because he hears the beat of a different drummer. Let him step to t.hat beat
which he hears, however measured or far away.
If you follow those words, seniors, you will not go wrong.
I have been asked to come here tonight and give a "Faculty" Toast. After
several attempts at that task, I have decided that I cannot do it. I have
decided that this toast must be a personal one. I only hope that the faculty
and guests will join me in my toast.
The class of 1975 is special to me. You were all my freshmen when I began
my career teaching here at Troy High School. Your growth has been my
growth. Your lives have been an important part of my life. It has been my
pleasure to share my efforts and my home with the class of "75. It will be my
continuing pleasure to watch as you go forth to meet the challenges that each
class before you and every class after you must face. I will watch with special
confidence that you have prepared yourselves for the challenge .
My toast to the Senior Class of 1975:
May you often taste the :ltrill of victory.
May the agony of the defeats that must surely come be tempered with
knowledge and confidence
May you experience the sheer drama of life fully and show the rawest kind
of courage there is.
the courage to reveal yourselves openly and honestly.
May you be willing to risk emotional pain in the anticipation of emotional
A toast to the class of 1975, a toast to the legacy that is yours, a legacy
that you now claim, a legacy of life and humanity.
- Steve Boone
This is the history of '75
Some think it's a wonder we're still alive
It's hard to believe it's been 4 yrs.
Since faced with the usual Freshman fears
lt was the year of '71
That ole Troy High School became 31
Even as Freshmen we knew for a fact
We would add the class Troy High School had
Of the Senior bench we were afraid
Because that's where the hunks all stayed
Our freshman guys were not experts
Robbie asked Tom how love worked
We went as a group to the homecoming dance
Around the floor we did not prance
We sat all alone in a little cluster
Dancing was something we could not muster
Downtown Cowboys were our Freshman football
But the guys were all really quite mod
Herb excused many from the team
Because their morals were not clean
Our B Ball team was not up to snuff
Because we lost a lot of our stuff
Copp, Lyman, McDowell and Fro
To the reserve team they all did go
The yellow brick road led us to Earth Science
Where we met Munchkins with defiance
We thought we had the class down pat
Until they told us the earth was flat
Tanna and Vicki suspended would be
For smoking their ciggs in the boys' pott-ee
Our suspensions had only begun
We always got caught for having fun
It was now the fall of '72
We thought we all knew what to do
We wore our skirts up to our cheeks
The guys all hoped they'd get a peek
As Sophomores we learned bout birds and bees
As if we'd never heard of these
Schneider and Shaft took it all in stride
And behind his hands poor Stan did hide
Beginning to drive was quite a deal
With Brian and Dan behind the wheel
Anne's Cricket was always completely packed
'Cause Marc and Ev had the Cadillac
Our Freshman team became part of the varsity
And all our guys had developed bods
They walked the halls with their chests stuck out
Thinking they had something to boast about
Diane Brewer became a special friend
And Block-T she did defend
Math class will never be quite the same
Without her crazy, cute little games.
At Christmas time the singing began
Little did we know at the Hallelujah Chorus we
were to stand
A lecture from Prouty we all did receive
Because this was one of his pet peeves
Carefree gum was all the craze
Everyone had cramped fingers and were in a daze
After all the work that we had done
The results came back and the deaf school won
Miss Bossman came and gave all "A's"
Though we did nothing 180 days
Miss Hartle taught us English too
To learn our names she stared us through
With Dave and John we examined flies
Red and white were the colors of their eyes
We also shot up baby chicks
To see what hormone made them tick
As our Junior year began in '73
All we thought of was the football we would see
The team t.hat year went 6 and 4
In the league 2nd place was what we bore
February came Prom time was here
We'd do a great job we had no fear
We chose "Disney World" as our theme
Hoping we could fill the senior's dream
Amy worked hard for Pooh to look fine
She spent much of her money and her time
He turned out looking really great
But in the trash can was his fate
The Sophomore girls got in a fight over Sid
The poor guy was so uptight, he just went and hid
The theme "Movies" was quite a sell
Sherry and Sherry did the planning quite well
The farewell assembly was quite a sad affair
We now knew the seniors and really cared
Mallery tried to burn one off in the lot
But the accelerator stuck and he got caught.
One of our teachers by the name of "Big Al"
Got hitched up with a fine looking gal
With hands so large and fingers strong
He taught us History all day long.
Spirit became an unheard of sound
When Block-T dwindled to the ground
Because with their lovers they could not be
The girls decided to quit Block-T
Alan Zunke was quite a spinner
He turned out to be the National winner '
Of his skill we are quite proud
He's always seemed to please the crowd
Adamson and Yount with rubies in guts
Can belly dance like a couple of nuts
At the Rec Rhoades' shuffle became quite hot
But a Fred Astaire he sure was not.
The Kevins had a good thing started
With Lisa and Cleo they never parted
Seemed like in Chem class every day
They should've been told about P.D . A.
When the "syndicate" came to be
There was toilet paper on every tree
There were contracts out on every home
And at midnight we all did roam.
The summer of 1974
Could in no sense be considered a bore
As a class we became one
And had ourselves a bunch of fun.
Acme and Legion were our summer baseball
As their athletic supporters we liked to scream
The talk of the town was Ricky's knee
As he hobbled about like "Old Man Lee"
Tip City became quite a popular town
When our guys discovered the girls around
They spent their eves going to and fro
And what they got we'll never know.
Lori's party in the summer
Turned out to be quite a hummer
The Girls' State gals were quite a crew
They gave our deprived guys something new.
When we decided to have some fun
To the covered bridge we all did run
We knew not what the results would be
When the cops came and us did see.
As incoming Seniors we visited "Top of the
And had ourselves quite a ball
Hors d'oeuvres were served in Amy's yard
And good 'ole Jeanne was quite a card.
Our Senior year came mighty fast
It was hard to believe it was here at last
Every day held something new
Cause all our dreams were coming true.
With lots of spirit on the square
Our voices sounded through the air
The spirit carried till the next night
When we beat Piqua - what a sight!
Before the game we all had dinners
To psyche us out for upcoming winners
Of our football team we were quite proud
Because they always pleased the crowd.
We sold the food that fed the fans
As we sweated it out in the Concession stand
To Annual Staff the funds did go
So that our Annual could really grow.
Donaleo's was the place to be
And Mary Beth we would always see
We always used to sing and shout
Until they took the juke box out.
The Rec was the place to boogie down
There was bumping all around
Timmy was an ape one night
And gave the girls quite a fright
George must've liked our class real well
Because he taught us from 7th to 12th
Since everyone's travelling both far and near
George - See if you follow us next year.
Homecoming was really quite a sight
Susan was crowned our queen that night
Paul, Jim, Bill, and John
Tried their best to cheer us on
Raindrops fell from all around
As "Harvest" filled the gym with a special sound
The whole affair was super fine
And when it was over we went to dine.
At Halloween time we all did cruise
To the Haunted House cause we heard the news
That this was the place one had to be
To get the hell scared out of thee.
Proud parents the Boone's soon became
Amy Marks was their daughter's name
Their house will never be quite right
Since Bill and Jeanne moved outta sight
Downtown Troy brightened up this fall
When the Art students painted the Rec wall
Mr. Preston headed the willing crew
It showed our Seniors always shine through.
The basketball team gave us something new
A winning season - ain't that the stew?
Our Senior team went 10 and 9
Our first winning season in a long, long time.
Dough-Boy Deskins at Burger Chef did slip
On a burger that turned him into a crip
Our class as a whole was accident prone
There was always someone with a broken bone.
We three kings of orient are
Roaming around the halls afar
This tradition our class started
Before, at Christmas break we parted.
Mid-Winter was a dream come true
Kyle and Keith showed us what to do
As lovers they waltzed around the floor
They were a sight we could not ignore.
The night of Formal Mark Schnell got "lucky"
And happened to stumble into poor Chuckie
It didn't help that he was well oiled
And for ten days his grades were spoiled.
Kolleen began to have her bashes
They were attended by all the classes
Not only from Troy and surrounding towns
But from out of state and all around.
The Music Man was quite a success
Annette and John really did the best
Everyone worked to portray the story
And, in the end, received much glory.
The business department did really great
They even sent Julie Kimbrell to state.
Yes upstairs they worked hard hours
And no other school could be matched to ours.
The chicken dinner was quite a sight
When Amy started the water fight.
Squirt guns became the thing for sure
The teachers called us immature.
The SuperDood of 1975
Is a guy who can hardly drive.
Tom, Arty, Brian and Jim
Made up the court that followed him.
Bat Bells and Mat Maids joined the clan
In backing their teams, they were really grand.
These clubs soon became quite commonplace
As they sold us food to feed our face.
The baseball team has done quite well
In spite of rain, they Cgave them hell lj
Coach Fletcher showed them what to do
And shaped up quite a crazy crew.
Their mascot is a furry mink
LB is the name of the lucky fink.
Double-Bubble gives them cheering fun
To win they chew it by the ton.
Some of the Seniors of THS did leave
To go over and learn in old Van Cleve.
They always seemed to get left out
But their spirit showed they were Seniors, no
Throughout the halls Gary Carnes would be
Snapping pictures like one, two, three.
He even taught us to fight Kung Fu
Without him, just what would we do?
And very soon to our surprise,
The two pregnant teachers appeared to our eyes
Oh, there were always laughs and jokes
But Mrs. Madison and Chavis were two
The Scholarship Dinner was quite a sight
The Senior Class dominated the entire night.
With sixty-four Seniors receiving T's
The parents and faculty we were sure to please.
A new experience was going to the SHE
Even if you carried a fake l.D.
After drinking beer and dancing all night
When we got home we were quite a sight.
There's a boy in our class known as J. T . B.
If you look around, you'll surely see
All the posters and paintings he's done
Including the Bicentennial - his best one!
As Seniors, we had day called Ecology.
It sure beat going to English and Psychology.
We washed fire engines and planted flowers
And dwindled away a couple of hours.
The school's chorale was something to see
When the girls sang "A Touch of Class" with
"I Love My Baby" was the hit of the show.
Everyone watched how the guys' faces glowed.
Stairway to Heaven was our Prom's theme.
Adorned with cloud , it filled our dreams.
Amidst the fog, were Susan and Tom
Crowned Queen and King of our Senior Prom.
As our senior year draws to its end,
We realize we're leaving many friends.
As we bid goodbye to old Troy High,
All we can say is "Bidey Bye."
As we leave our friends and teachers behind,
Our uncertain futures engulf our minds.
As into the troubled world we arrive.
We'll always know we're the best alive .
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Thanks to Edie Seiple and Mr.
McConnell, the First Annual
Troy High Talent Show went off
with a bang. Except for the fact
that MC Tim Bowers didn't get
After many hours of practice,
the different performers were
This was no ordinary talent
show. There were many different
types of talent in the school that
people didn't know existed.
There was soul dancing, a jug-
gler, and even a clown playing a
horn while riding a unicycle.
Pictured here is first place winner
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show ent on. It was a tougl
choice, but the panel of facultj
judges chose Joe Fletcher as the
first place winner while Jin
"Elton" Lyman captured second.
It was a great show no matte
Next year, at the Seconc
Annual Troy High Talent Show
we hope they can find an MC wh'
manages to at least get dresser
before he goes on stage .
. This year it was mini-courses at Troy High. Although it is
supposed to be educational, it was also a lot of fun. The sub-
jects ranged from horseback riding to bike riding to Kung Fu.
The mini-courses took up two days, and the students chose
what courses were to be given. They also made up their own
There are still a few bugs to be worked out, but generally
the students and faculty were pleased with the results, and a
good time was had by all.
Future 'Super Jocks'
Nancy: "I'm joining the circus next year."
"This year mini-courses. next year the Olympics."
This year's AFS Assembly found us with six foreign
exchange students from all over the world. At the assembly,
they each told a little about their own country, and what
they do for excitement. Ludee, our foreign exchange student
from the Philippines, showed us a dance called, as we
remember from grade school days, the "Tinikling. "
Pictured left, from left to right are Josy Mancici - France,
Jutta Bernhard - West Germany, Cecilia Sierra - Chile,
Ludee Verry - Philippines, Hme Ruangsomboon - Thailand,
and Anders Holmstrom - Sweden.
Ludee tells us a little about her home and school.
Cecilia tells about her home, Chile and how it is different from
Troy. Anders wonders when it will be over.
Cecilia Sierra is from Santiago, Chile. This
year she has gotten involved in the school, and we
will be sad to see her go. She has been staying
with the John Pour family here in Troy.
Anders Holmstrom is our foreign exchange student from
Sweden. He says he likes Troy, and will miss it when he
leaves. Anders has been involved in many school activities
this year. He also received the "Fresh Mouth" award at the
Ludivina Verry, or Ludee, as we call her, is
from the Philippines. She was valedictorian of her
class last year. She has been staying with the
David Seiple family this year, and has made
many new friends. When she leaves, she will
begin her college education.
FIRST ROW: Richard Albright, Chris Allen, Annette Shook, Amy Marks, Anne Dunnam, Barb
Berkshire, Kathy Hale, Rick Rashilla, Robin Redick. SECOND ROW: David Bottral, Valryn Warren,
Melissa Smitly, Susanne Kramer, Lori Nims.
1975 marked the first Drama Club Banquet. Mr.
McConnell presented the awards to various members ol
the Drama Club. The awards were:
Chris Allen - Best Newcomer
Annette Shook - Outstanding Service
Amy Marks - Outstanding service
Anne Dunnam - Outstanding service
Barb Berkshire - Outstanding service
Kathy Hale - Outstanding crew person
Rick Rashilla - Outstanding crew person
Robin Redick - Special merit
Lori Nims - Special merit
Susanne Kramer - Best newcomer
Melissa Smitley - Best Supporting Actress
Valryn Warren - Best Actress
David Bottral - Most Active
Richard Albright - Best Actor
Amy and Anne receive their Outstanding Service awards. which were well deserved.
Way to go, Annette! Scott, you can't have more than one award!
David worked hard during the musical, as Mr. McConne11's righthand man to eam his award.
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Tucke1"s favorite friend . . . the bird. Deborah Adamson Kathryn Agonbroad Mark Alfred
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Virginia Bigelow Kaye Bolton Linda Brand
Bradley Blackburn Derba Boone James Broughton
Lu Ann Blankenship Timothy Bowers Billee Jo Brown
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Melisa Brown Karen Buirley Kevin Butt Gary Carnes Timothy Chalmers
Donna Browning Richard Burns Bruce Cahill Daron Carter Kim Chaney
David Clegg Richard Copp Kevin Cromes Mark Daffner
Richard Clegg Dennis Cremeans Sheryl Cruea Christine Dalton
David Collins Douglas Criner Madonna Crump Daniel Darner
Pamela Cooper Jimmy Criner Mary Current Cynthia Davis
Nelson Davy Mitchell Detrick Mark Douglas Pamela Dunckelman
Nadine Dawson Kathy Dill Scott Douglas Anne Dunnam
Kim Decker Deanna Domigan Kent Dube Stephen Dunne
Bobby Deskins Dee Donley Timothy Dumbauld Charles Dyas
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Beverly Francis William Fulker Susan Gillman
Gregory Francis Thomas Funderburg Jeffrey Goodall
Douglas Friend Robert Gallagher Mark Goodin Larry Goodman Jerry Gosser
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Stephen Haines Kathie Hallan Jerri Harnish
Scarlett Hale Kevin Hancock Robert Harrelson I work for a Welbaum day and night.
Fred Hart Melanie Heaton
Julie Hartzell Richard Helmer
Martha Herrick Elizabeth Hill Donna Hirsch Anders Holmstrom Gary Horn
Debra Hess Tab Hill Jamie Hobson Randall Holobaugh Todd Hoskins
Peggy Hosko Mary Houser Jill Huffaker Tanya Huffman Pamela Hughart
Susan Hurst Thomas Ingle Linda Inman Carol Jakubek Deborah Jester
Darryl Idle Barbara Ingram David Jackson Bradley James Heidi Johnston
Mary Jones Jane Katterheinrich Lucinda Kelsey Julie Kimbrell Claudia Kirby
Tamara Klock 'r David Lafferty
Debra Koproski Debra Lair
Scott Kunkleman Karen Lane
Gail Lantis Kevin Lawrence Michael Leffel
Leslie Lanzotti Robert Ledford Jeffrey Leptak
We just found out her new name!
Joyce Lightner Jeffery Line
Sidney Lilly Cynthia Lloyd
Lori Lipp Susan Long
Kimberly Lowe Cheryl Lucas Michael McClellan
Joan Lowry James Lyman Jon McCoy
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Michelle McDaniel Michael McNamee Kathy McNutt Daniel Mallery Judy Marlow
Karla Martin Jean Meek
Paul Marvel Nancy Meeker
Kathleen Mertz Rebecca Metcalf Tinsi Miller Terry Mintz
Patty Messer Deborah Miller Blair Mintz Barbara Moore
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Susan Mumma Kyle Newnam Sandra North
Bruce Myers Bradley Nrmer Robert O'de11
Shawn Nally Nancr Nlms Tony O'nea1
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John Orsborn Debra L. Patton Kolleen Peters
Theodore Osgood Sandra Patton Ann Pfister
Roger Parson Richard Peck Charles Phelps
Sarah Pike Mark Pitsenbarger Brian Plant David Posey
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Richard Quillen Linda Rainey Christina Rashilla
Terry Quillen Craig Raley Julie Raymond
Brian Rayve Leah Redick Pamela Reed Kirk Reineke Brian Rhodes
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James Ridenour Mark Rogers Carla Russell
Mike Robertson Susan Rosenbaum Carmel Russell
Kimberly Russell Rick Scarff Stephen Schwandt
Pamela Salsberry Mark Schnell Cheryl Scott
These horse registration papers are murder.
Mindy Seaman Leon Shafer
Scott Seefluth Patrick Shanesy
Mark Sl'11'Oy6I Sarah Shlllel' The Lhree stooges try to PZHII the Rec wall
Scott Shroyer Cec1l1a Slerra
Susan C. Smith
Susan D. Smith
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Cynthia Stuchell Cherill Stutz
Teresa Stull James Swank
Mark Taylor Thomas Thornburg
Rex Tasker Matthew Tecklenburg Jeffrey Thornton
Richard Tate Carolyn Thobe Jennifer Thorpe
Janis Taylor Jacqueline Thompson Patricia Trimble
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Then you push Kaye's chair in like this.
Sandra Twiss Lesley Van Mouwerik
Donald Unroe Caroline Vaughn Janine Voorhis
James Vallor Ludivina Verry Thomas Voris David Watkins Kevin Wayman
Anne Vandeveer Debra Vogann John Waites Stephanie Watkins Robert Welbaum
Kathleen Yancy Sharits
pictures and memories.
clouds with silver linings.
faces that were shining.
an everlasting love for him .
I see his face.
smiling, laughing all the time.
Memories time can't erase .
pictures of other places we left
He was here ,
he touched our lives and
leaving us without a trace ,
In Memory of Rick Farris
June 5, 1958 - May 23, 1975
"Memories of Love"
just memories time can't erase ,
and pictures of love.
But he never went away ,
he's with us here today,
in our pictures and memories of
pictures and memories,
clouds with silver linings ,
faces that were shining,
and memories of love .
Mrs. Grace Fair, who teaches home
economics, began teaching in 1946 in
Mendon, Ohio. After two years, she
taught at Reading, Ohio, for a year
and then came to Troy where she has
taught ever since. She has remained
here because she says she generally
likes the community.
She thinks Troy High School is
great, along with the students. She
says, "This is one of the best years
here because the students are more
interested . "
Mrs. Fair is planning to travel, now
that she has time. She also plans to
spend more time at home on the farm ,
with her husband . She says she will just
'enjoy herself. '
Retiring. . .
Mr. Norvin Smith was elected
thirty years ago to build a physical
education program for Troy. He has
been a track coach, a basketball
coach, and assistant football coach.
He was also very active in the door-
to-door campaign to get support to
build a football stadium. Mr. Smith
stated, "I think physical education
and health is one aspect of a
person's life. Physical education
carries over into the student's pri-
vate life. "
Mr. Smith hopes to continue to
work in the athletic scene. How-
ever, he does want to travel, fish
Mr. Raymond Cheney, head of
industrial arts, is also retiring. In 1937
he began teaching in Elwood, Iowa.
After three years he taught at Monroe
Township, in Pickaway County for two
years. He served in the Navy for the
next three and a half years.
Mr. Cheney has also enjoyed coach-
ing. He has coached football, basket-
ball, baseball, track and wrestling.
Mr. Cheney thinks we have a better
grade of school than most others in the
area. He also feels it is necessary to
have a good industrial arts depart-
ment, because there is such a demand
for carpenters. He plans to spend his
time traveling and remodeling.
Dr. Stanley Vorpe. O.D. - President
R. Murray Dalton - Vice President
Mildred Gibbs - Board Member Richard Baird - Board Member
Pauline Byirely - Clerk-Treasurer
William Harrelson - Board Member
Dr. Robert Becker, PhD. - Superintendent of
Raymond Lawrence - Assistant Superintendent of
Dennis Coffield - Central Office
n Edwin Everman - Assistant Superintendent of Troy Schools
John McCoy - Assistant Superintendent of Person-
Michael Barnhart - Director of Secondary Educa-
tion and Program Development
Bertha Newton - Director of Food Service
Jerry Scott - Central Office
James Welbaum - Principal, B.S. in Ed. , Defiance College, M. Ed. , Miami University n
Robert Conard - Assistant Principal, A.B., M.A., Marshall Charles Hartwell - Assistant Principal, B.S. in ED., Ohio
University Univ. , M.S. in Ed. , Bowling Green State University
Patricia Reed - Assistant Director of Attendance Robert Fletcher - Director of Attendance, B.S. in Ed. , Ohio Uni
versity, M.Ed., Miami Univ.
Allen Richards - Director of Guidance. B.S.,
M.A. , University of Cincinnati
Clinton Dorsey - B.S. in Ed., Wilberforce
Univ., M. Div., United Theological Seminary
George Dearth - B.S. in Ed. , Ohio State Univ.,
M.Ed. , Wittenberg University
See Stan, the girls are for after the game . . .
Sue Ann Lawrence - B.S. in Ed. , Miami Univ
M. Ed. , Wright State University
Ruth Bowers - B.S.M., Capital Univ. M.A
Ohio State University
Suzanne Kalmar V French, B.S. in Ed.,
Bowling Green State University
Steve Coate - Business, B.A., Wittenberg
Stan Simpson - Physical Education, B.S
in Ed., Langston University
Elizabeth Gregg - Special Education
B .A., College of Wooster
Dorcas Wilson f Home Economics, B.S..
Washinglon Snare Universizy
Wrighr Snare Universiry
Cec11 Jones - Spanish, B-3- ifl Ed-,
Eugene Epperson - Math, B.S. in Ed.,
M.A., Miami University
Kathleen Abbou - German, B.A..
Jane Eberly - Home Economics, B.S. in
Ed. , Miami University
lohn Ellis - English, B.S. and M. of Ed.
Bowling Green State University
Deborah Madison - French, B.A., West-
Barbara George - Math, B.S., Purdue
lvillialn Farrell - Math, B.S.. Michigan
bert Colo - Vocational Education
S , Manchostor Collegc, M. of Ed.,
ight State llnivcrsity
yne Bennett - Business, B.S. in Ed.,
wling Green State University
Vicki Fclvcr - Physical Education, B.S.
Ed., Ohio Northern University
Tara Allison - English, B.S. in Ed., Uni
versity of Dayton
I of Cincinnati
Allan Anderson - Social Studies, B.A.,
Universiiy of Pittsburgh, M.A., Ohio
GcorgL Dillow - Social Studies. BA
an Akers Business B A University
State University, M. of Ed., Miami Uni-
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eldon Saxton - Math, B.S. in
clihgiven State University
Theodore Bascombe v Industrial Arts
B.S., Ohio State University
Teresa Caserta - English, A.B., Miami
Kathy Wurtzelbaeher - Math, B.S. in
David Brewer - Science, B.A. an
M.A.T., Ohio State University
Mike Bennett - English, A.B., Ohie lfni
John Wildman - Music, B.S., Univer
of Cincinnati, M.A., Miami University
Rosen - English, B.S. in Ed.,
A.B., Ashland College, M.A.T., M
- Drama, B.S.,
amen Turner - Industrial Arts. B.S. .
James Beisner - Science, B.A. and
M.A., Miami University
Hartie - English, B.S. in Ed.,
University. M.A-. University of
Thomas Hawkins - Science, B.S., Uni-
versity of Dayton, Wright State University
John Mauntler - Science, B.S. in Ed-
Bowiing Green State University
Robert Sugg - Vocational Education,
B.S., Murray State University
Luther Landis - Vocational Education
University of Cincinnati
No. ldon't tutor privately!
Edna Floyd - Librarian, B.A., Eastern
Kentucky University, M.A.T., Miami
Anna Williams - Music, B.S., Capital
University, M.A., Ohio State Univer-
sity, Ziegler School of Violin
' Yes, as you can plainly see . . .
Janice Laabs - Secretary to Principal at THS Gene Moore - Treasurer at THS
Virginia Slang - Secretary at THS Jo Ann Goubeaux - Secretary ar THS
Frances Hormell - Secrerary al Board of Educarion Trudy Womack v Secretary at Board of Educarion
Sharon Becker - Secretary at Board of Educarion
Arlene Griesr - Secretary ar Board of Education
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Mariana Myers - Secrerary ar Board of Educarion
Mary Margaret Marr - Clerk-Treasurer
Helen Hennessy - Registered Nurse at Troy
Mrs. Byrd Cleftb, and Mrs. Peeden have done a great deal this year to curb the smoking in the girls' rest-
Sitting: B. Lavy, C. Lowrie, I-I
Olwine, B. Gnodle, C. Kiser
Standing: M. Supinger, L. Knife
T. Bell, B. Mercer, E. Bell, J
Rutledge, N. Putterbaugh, A
Fogt, V. Wion, M. Swigart, C
Colley, B. Mallery, I. Keifer.
Ernie Althoff Fred Studebaker No, Chris, you can t make dinner tonight
Edith Gillis George Gurklies
This year's annual staff worked very hard to produce the
Annual. The staff met 4 deadlines with great success. We
raised money by selling concessions at the football games,
selling ads to local businesses, and selling mums for the
homecoming football game. At the end of the year a picnic
was held at Mrs. Madison's to take pictures for the Annual,
and a great time was had by all.
"Our Helpers" Mr. and Mrs. Madison, Nathan Madison, Mr. Tilly.
A special thank you goes to Gary Carnes, Mark Carr, Mr.
Hawkins, and Mark Pitsenbarger for all the time they spent
taking pictures for the Annual. And a thank you goes to Mr.
and Mrs. Madison, Mr. Tilly, and Mr. Cole for helping us
whenever it was needed. Thanks finally goes to the staff of
1975 who is proud to present this Annual.
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Editor , Annette Shook
Susan Gillman, Sharon Mott Tim Bowers
Tom Ingle. Ted Cawley
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Business Manager. Mike McCe11an
Typist. Julie Nimer
Pam Dunckelman. Susan Smith
Gary Lewis. Terry Mintz
Seniors. Susan Hurst Sports Underclass
Faculty, Susie Robinson Ron Grenko, Stan Iddings Edie Seiple, Debbie Shearer
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Troy' 01110 Phone: 3354506 Confecfions - Magazines i Pipes - Tobacco
Zenith - T.V. and Antenna Service 122 W, Main S+, Troy' Ohio
Hotpoint Appliance P50062 335-l97I
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Phone 335-I555 Punch Pl-egg
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Ph Miami County's Largest Craft Studio
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"WORLD OF APPAREL"
Congratulations Class of "75"
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100 Sunset Strip - Piqua - 773 0262
111 W. Main St. - Troy - 335 4357
103 S. Main St. - Sidney - 492 1379
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TRUST SERVICES
CHECKING ACCOUNTS INSTALLMENT LOANS
BANKAMERICARD COMMERCIAL LOANS
TRAVEL SERVICES REAL ESTATE LOANS
8 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS LEASING PLANS
NATIONAL BANK 8: TRUST CO.
A FULL oFFlcEs IN PIQUA, FLETCHER, TROY, TIPP CITY, BRADFORD, on-no A FULL
Serving The 'Financial needs of Miami Counfy
Let today embrace the past with remembrance,
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