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C-J Upsets Oakwood In Season Opener With 24 seconds to go, the score a 14-14 tie, Oakwood lined up for what would be the game winning field goal. Yet at the snap of the ball Steve Gemza burst through the line blocking the kick, the ball bouncing into the arms of Mike Laffer who ran 57 yards for the game winning score . Mike Raiff

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SEASON RECORD 3-6-1 C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J CJ C-J C-J C-J C-J

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27 6 21 12 6 14 0

OaKwood Beechcroft . Purcell Fairview Springfield Catholic Jackson Jefferson Carroll Wilbur Wright Alter

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Describing Michael Loffer's style of play is not very hard . A true definition of his play would be the word "heart." He loved the game, the interaction of fighting side by side with his teammates and never giving up. He was always making the big play. Whenever there was a fumble or interception he always seemed to be the one coming up with the ball, turning the game around. He was the backbone of the defense, both in his playas he led the team in tackles, fumble recoveries and key plays, but also in the leadership he provided. His hard work inspired others to play above their capabilities for he showed the qualities of never giving up and playing even when hurt. Nothing could keep him from playing. One statement that could sum it all up: "God's defense must have been terrible, for he needed Michael to make it strong. " Mike Raiff t h

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Playing this year was a gift; it made all of us grow and learn a newer concept of the . meaning of life. Although we finished only at 3-6-1 in all of our games, we kept scratching and fighting to the end. We developed the attitude of "never say die." All we seniors know this attitude is necessary for situations facing us today. We all stuck together and found that we had strength. Besides developing a feeling of brotherhood on the field, we had alot of fun, but most importantly we learnea to love each other and respect each, man in his own way. Mike Raiff

Eric Barger Ed Bettinger Mark Beall John Burneka Bob Caporal Jim Clark Tom Clark Tom Fletcher Mike Foley Ray Fredette Steve Gemza Jim Green Mike Grothouse Dan Hagerty Earl Hampton Damian Hathcock Kevin Hickey Lance Higginbotham John Hodapp

Brett Hodge Tony Honingford Roger Humphries . John Janowiecki Brian Jarrett Ken Jones Craig Kirby Kurt Konicki Bob Kurpiel Mike Loffer CCjrlos Lopez Eric Mays Jim Moeder George McKinney Steve Mosser John Moyler Jim Pearson Dave Radominski Gary Radominski

Tom Radominski Mike Raiff Clete Richardson Ron Richardson Bob Roush ' Mark Sargent Mike Sargent Steve Schwendeman Mark Schirmer Doug Smith Jack Sullivan Bob Sutter . Tony T-okasey Dennis Trentman Vic Tucker Dan Vore • Mike Vore Greg Wenclewicz George Wittman

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This season was the most action packed year ever. With victories over arch rivals Jefferson, Carroll and Alter, we clinched the GDL championship for the first time in three years with an over all fantastic record of 13-4. To help our team to such a successful season, the Most Valuable Player Award went to Joyce Walker. The Most Improved Award went to Bonnie Coffey who never gave up and was always striving to be that much better. The so called "Wild and Crazy" - Most Spirited Award - went to Teresa Pazitney for all her efforts at bringing the team to an unstoppable high. This season was quite emotional because for the fourth season in a row we had a new coach. Miss Regan, better known as "Eggy", did her best and united the team which was essential to winning. This victorious season was dedicated to the seven seniors on the team and will be treasured always. Teresa Pazitney

Kneeling - Bonnie Coffey, Melinda Campbell, Kim Plummer, Teresa Pazitney, Annette Bertke, Brigid Palmer, Denise Koenig. Standing Coach Peggy Regan, Connie Coffey, Ann Achbach, Kelly Connor, Agnes Reichert, Jane Meyers, Phyllis Reichert, Mgr . Felicia Hall. Missing Joyce Walker, Sandy Lang.

Kneeling - Laura Eifert, Sherry Shade, Margaret Richardson, Rita Meyers, Beth Plummer, Suzanne Schiml, Mgr. Felicia Hall. Standing - Niki Walker, Paula Marcheski, Roxann Saunders, Karrie Spees, Vida Gecas, Theresa Moeder, Barb Burgmeir, Coach Peggy Regan.

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C-J "Graduates" Its First Senior Soccer Players Four years ago coach Don Weimert organized a Men's Soccer Team made up of students who had a desire to play other area high school soccer teams. This year brought about the graduation of the last four members of C-J's very first Soccer Club. They were Ken Harsha, Keith Bruns, JR Tompkins, and Joe Smith. Eight seniors will be leaving the club this year. These men contributed to the team spirit and gave 110% effort throughout these past seasons. The Soccer Club's transition to success is evident by coming from a 6-7-3 season last year to a 12-6-1 record this year. C-J is looking toward future talented teams with many members of the Reserve filling the shoes of the seniors. Receiving special recognition were Mark Wilson for making First Team All Area, Tony Bonfig for receiving Honorable M.ention, and Keith Bruns and Craig Eifert for making the Greater Dayton League Team. Look for many more exciting seasons from this team! JR Tompkins

SEASON RECORDS

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RESERVE: Sitting: Ron Bruns, Dave Neff, Kevin Clark, Tony Ricker, Larry Weizman, Joey Jordan, Tom McCloskey. Kneeling: John Honingford , Don Eifert, John Ricker, Joe Mueller, Dave Bruns , Ron Russo , Mike McDonald, Rick Heider. Standing: Doug Marchal, Karl Erling, Richard Mannix, Ron Eifert, Greg Coffey , Steve Gross, Adam Votaw, Joe Jergens, Dan Mauch, Not -Pictured: Tony Michael , Bill Whitely.

VARSITY: Bottom Row: John Burgmeier, Dave Statzer, Dave Richard , Ken Harsha. 2nd Row: Rob Detmer , Todd Revere, Ken Wilson . 3rd Row: Pat Saluke, Joe Smith, Craig Eifert, Chris Budich . 4th Row:. Keith Bruns, Glenn Brack, Steve Raiff. Tony Bonfig. 5th Row: Mark Wilson, Bob Brun . Not Pictured: Jerry Tompkins.

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SEASON RECORD 5-4-2 C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J C-J

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BOTTOM ROW: Toni Schindler, Terri Raitt, Debbie Sutter, Rita Geiger, Collette Jackson , Julie Raitt, Peggy Geraghty, Anne Longstreth , Erin Haley, TOP ROW: Mr. Russo COACH, Carmen Lopez, Rita Woeste, MaryJo Tompkins, Sue Fay, Diane Daly CAP路 TAIN, Tina Trick, Karen Mueller, Mr. Weimert.

Russo's Rowdies Split Season E-A-G; a little louder now . . . There it is, there it is, (there it was) ... But Mr. Russo, I thought DON 'T THINK! ... Carmen Kazi Attacks .. . If it wasn't for the pay, I wouldn't be here ... You know it's AMAZING . .. But ref, she's got night blindness . .. HALFBACKS!! ... Quit smiling ... It hurts, it hurts, I promise it hurts; but go ahead and play, build a fence around me . .. You just got burnt . . . Do we want it? YES! ... Don 't just stand there , act like you know what you're doing ... TIC ... TAC . .. TOE . • . Kick someone's teeth in, get mean . .. Headball (HEADACHE) . . . You are the best . . . And when we party, we party hardy · .. Saturday morning hangovers (only kidding) · .. Do you wear a popular size bandana? ... CJ - 2; Worthington - 4: C'mon you guys , don't get cocky, we haven't won this yet . .. SLIDE TACKLE! . .. Shut up , but do some talking out there .. . Lead balloons . .. You Richard . . . Get your cauca together .. . alright, alright, alright, ALRIGHT! . .. I want you to go out and kick " grass" . .. Leave me alone, I'm mentally drained · .. I'm back here if you need me ... Oh my God · . . Sponge face . .. Do you know how long it's been since I've seen my family . . . Peggy scored again? .. . You are the best ... Time, time , Through! . . . Gag me ... and a special thanks to our patrons ; Fr. Chaminade , Sr. Julie, Lady of Victory, St. Joe ... But do we care? Yes Mr. Russo, we do care, and WE LOVE YOU!!!

Spirit Is The Name Of The Game For Girl's Tennis

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Northridge Centerville Belmont Bellbrook Stebbins Wayne Carroll Belmont Fairmont East Alter Carroll Northridge 1 Oakwood 1 Miami Valley

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Oh no! A new coa,ch! And a man at that. We were not accustomed to having a male coach, and Mr. Ziadain was not used to coaching a bunch of wild young women like us. As the season went on, however, we became one big family and took pride in our team. Right from the start the name of the game was spirit, effort and most of all, sportsmanship. Despite the hard work involved, we shared many good times; bus rides, Friday milkshakes and after-match dinners. The Varsity had a very successful season record of 9-5-0, and the Reserve, coached by

Mrs. Beach, ended with a 5-5-3 record. The final match brought a certain sadness to the Seniors who knew it would be the last time they would play tennis for C-J. We left, however, knowing that the future of the C-J Women's Tennis Team is bright, because of the fine players who remain to carryon the tradition of a successful and exciting team. Anita Begley and Maria Tormey

Top Row: Kathy Zaidain, Anita Suttmiiler, Debbie Drees, Samira Daoud, Karen Sifferlen , Renee Daoud , Paula Beach. Middle Row: Mimi Bacon , Kathy Sifferlen, Cece Caskey, Jody Spees, Stephanie Knapp, Kathy Kompar . Bottom Row: Leslie Bourne, Kathy Sinkwitz, Anita Begley, Maria Tormey, John Zaidain . Not Pictured: Sharon Goins

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Front Row - Greg Rowlands, Chuck Bridgman, Todd Spees, Patti Mathes. Second Row - Richard Dillow, Pete Schubert, Mark Grothouse. Third Row _ Ty Kramer, Tom Kunde, Jim Boehmer, Ray Geiger . Fourth Row -

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Cross Country T earn Runs In District 4th Straight Year The Cross Country Team, led by Seniors Chuck Bridgman and Todd Spees, ran the season in the typical fashion of starting out slowly and building up steam . In late summer the team found only four returning varsity runners: Ray Geiger, Mark Grothouse , Todd Spees, and Chuck Bridgman. The first few meets were spent breaking in the rookies, but by the end of the year Coach Bro. Bill Grundish had the underclassmen pulling their ~wn weight . At Sectionals the tear;n turned in their best effort by taking third, but breaking a three year Sectional winning streak. At Districts the Eagles faltered, and after going to State three years in a row, missed a ticket to Columbus. Bridgman, however, did win Districts and went on to win the State Individual Race with a new record of 12:08 to uphold C-J's traditionally fine Cross Country Team. Chuck Bridgman

TEAM RECORD Greenville Invitational Beavercreek-Centerville Fairborn-Baker Invitational Park Hills Invitational Cincinnati Elder Invitational Bethel Invitational Greater Dayton League Sectionals Districts

5th out of 11 2nd out of 3 4th out of 8 5th out of 11 12th out of 18 6th out of 17 3rd out of 4 3rd out of 12 8th out of 10

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If At First You Don't Succeed The influence of the C-J Student Council can be felt in almost every facet of our school. The council, headed up by six officers , gets involved in not only school functions, but also works as a sounding board for student concerns and ideas. At the beginning of the year, one of my opening prayers asked for " enough problems so that we will learn to deal with them, but not too many so that they will discourage us." As every Student Council officer will remember, though, this was a year of many changes which caused "problems" for every committee and the council as a whole. But, what we hope every student will remember, is the success that the officers had in achieving their goals. I think all involved in Student Council will always be able to look back at this year and laugh at the hard times which made us grow, and smile as they think about the good times which gave us happiness and satisfaction . Tricia Mallon

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OFFICERS President Jim Porter Secretary/Treasurer Cindy Rohrer . Extra Experiences Chairperson Glenn Brack Publ'icity Chairperson Ray Lee Social Committee Chairp.erson - ' Tricia ' Mallon

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Spirit Committee Chairpersori Toni Schindler

BSU Brings

Culture To C-J The Black Student Union presented Cultural Week, an attempt to acquaint students with the social problems faced by people of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The presentation consisted of a two-panel discussion. Members of several ethnic groups were questioned by select members of the BSU. The presentation was both an enlightening and entertaining experience. Other aspects of Cultural Week included traditional dancing of various countries and exhibits outside the cafeteria. Lynn Jordan

I OFFICERS President Sharon Gaston Vice President George McKinney Treasurer Joyce Walker Secretary Lynne Eaton Sgt. at Arms Denise Holt

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Now that this year is coming to a close Tree And Leaf must also. The year has been a very successful one for Creative Writing Club with many writers: Janice Abele, Amber, Anne , R.B ., Maureen Bacon , Kimberly Bostick, Steve Bowles, Mary Ann Briggs, Charlotte, Joel Copeland, Margaret Eckert, Sue Fay, Linda Gross, Mr. Kane, Jinny and Julie Hannasch, Don Jones, Mary Kolakowski, Michelle Lewis, Colleen Moosbrugger, Patty Nordyke, Kerry Oliver, Calandil Quenarnion, Rhonda, Sam, Andrew Sicree, Mary Ann Wamsley, Susan Wourms, Steve Wright, Carol Zamonski , kjs, Lettering and Art Work: Erin Haley, Tricia Mallon , Teresa Takara, Rosemarie McDevitt, Anne , and Steve Wright. Two people who have contributed a vast amount of time are Anne Broom and Teresa Takara (co-editors), for without them I'd be lost in a lonely Xerox machine. Whenever I think of Creative Writing Club my attention immediately focuses upon our moderator Mr. Charles Dodsworth. I don 't know of anyone who has as much patience as he does to put up with a bunch of struggling writers and artists like ourselves. And a thank you must go to the readers, for sharing with us the reflections of this past year .. . which can be treasured always. Mary Kolakowski Tree and Leaf Editor

Anne Broom, Teresa Takara (co-editors), Mark Sauer, Mary Kolakowski (editor), and Moder.ator Mr. Ch arles Dodsworth The Contributors of Tree And Leaf

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Photo Club Snaps To It CLUB MEMBERS Kim Adams David Bankston Cathy Bertheaud David Bohman Rick Botham Peter Burger Diane Daly Sara Dinneen Patrick Ernst Sue Fay Sharon Gaston Mary Hetman Paul Huelskamp Mary Kolakowski

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FCA Members: Missy Florea, Carol Foley, Erin Haley, Nancy Halloran, Cathy Honingford , John Honingford, Tony Honingford, Anne Longstreth, Dave Neff, Kerry Oliver, Mike Poelking, Dave Richard , Trisha Richard , Julie Raiff, Mike Raiff, John Ricker, Mark Sargent, Toni Schindler, Anne Schwendeman, Steve Schwendeman, Jodi Spees, Dave Statzer, Patty Statzer , Barb Tunney, Adam Votaw, Debbie Weizman, Larry Weizman , Moderator: Bro . Grundish

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Student Ombuds: Ready To Listen, Ready To Care The Student Ombudsmen program provides representatives to students in conflict situations between the members of the C-J community. We spend most of our time listening to complaints and working to resolve problems. Being an ombudsman means caring, listening, and being able to communicate well with others in order to make the best of a troubling situation. This organization couldn't be possible without the dedicated support of Brother Bob Wiethorn and Mrs. Barbara Hinkle. In recognition of the contributions 'she has made to C-J through moderating the Ombuds program , Mrs. Hinkle was presented the 1979 Brotherhood Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews.

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SENIORS Lori Brack Tom Brennan Pam Chao Bonnie Coffey Connie Coffey Joe Demeter Sue Fay Sharon Gaston Annette Guess Felicia Hall Cara Hamberg Sarah Heizer Denise Koenig Mary Kolakowski Tricia Mallon Jane Meyer Colleen Moosbrugger Rosemarie McDevitt Brigid Palmer Teresa Pazitney Mike Raiff Phyllis Reichert Kathy Ridenour Cheryl Roberts

Cindy Rohrer Andy Sicree Connie Smith Lynn Swab Nancy Taylor Jo Ann Trick Tina Trick Mary Ann Wamsley Amy Wiedeman Linda Wirick Rita Woeste

JUNIORS Dave Bohman Rick Botham AI Busse Jim Clark Gigi Geiger Sandy Hinds Kathy Kremer Ray Lee Caroline Lutz Barb Lynch Sue Maeder Heidi Morris

Sheelah Moyer Mary Nevius Debbie Pryor Risa Romie Lois Rutledge Barb Schiml John Shay Christine Wamsley

SOPHOMORES Eileen Bolton Kelly Connor Lisa Dunsky Patty Foley Laura Ksycewski Michelle Lewis Cathy Mathile Paula Marcheski Jenny Omlor Dave Richard Trisha Richard Kathy Schons Dave Statzer Greg Wenclewicz

NHS OFFICERS President: Sue Fay Secretary: Colleen Moosbrugger Moderator: Sr. Ruth Ann Bange

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The best way to describe the C-J Marching Band and Jazz Lab would be hectic . The early Sunday morning and late Thursday night practices for the Marching Band prepared us for various competitions, parades, Court House Square appearances, and Friday night football games. To top off the season , the Parent's Music Club hosted the third Annual Marching Band Invitational which was a smashing success . For the C-J Jazz Lab, this year was a memorable one. The Jazz members enjoyed the annual trek to Notre Dame plus the honor of playing for the La Sertoma meeting at the Ramada Inn. The C-J Pep Band enjoyed much good fortune this season . At numerous competitions, the band took either 1st or 2nd place displaying superb showmanship . For each organization, this year is one which will be long remembered'. Heidi Morris

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Applause Applause For Bro. Bruce To everyone who knows him , Brother Bruce seems almost super-human. He has been at C-J since it began, doing a job that is done by at least two teachers in other high schools. Doing that is a task in itself, but Bro. Bruce has shaped the C-J Music Department into an award winning organization that not only develops a person musically, but socially and emotionally as well. The impact he has had in the music department will not be forgotten. The '78'79 year was the most successful year ever for C-J music. So as Bro . Bruce bows out as Band Director, we all wish him the best of everything and thank him for the love and concern he has given to C-J . The legacy he leaves is one of love and concern for each other and for musical excellence. Joe Demeter

For the C-J Symphonic Band and Choruses, one word sums it all up: success . The Symphonic Band, Mixed Chorus and Men 's Chorus all received superior ratings in the district contest enabling them to go to State . At the state contest, the Symphonic Band and Mixed Chorus received excellent ratings while the Men's Chorus again received a su perior rating. After such a rewarding season, the Music Department presented its finishing touch, the Festival of Music hosted by Steve Kirk. It was a memorable evening which was both happy and sad. The Festival of Music marked the end of a most successful season. Heidi Morris

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Retter, Nancy Schaefer, Rosemary Snider, Becky Sweeterman , Linda Taylor, Nancy Officers: Captain Lori Brack Co-captain Cara Hamberg Co-captain Tricia Mallon

COMPETITIONS Franklin Heights , Tipp City OKI NOTA State Half-Time USA State Half-Time USA National

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ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS : Third Runners Up - Paul and Polly Barlage . Second Runners Up - Sue and Don Fay. First Runners Up - Toni and Tom Schindler. Winners - Denise and Frank Detmer. 59

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C-J Mat-Men Go Out For The Pin The attitude of the Chaminade - Julienne Wrestling Team was a very unique one; it was to symbolize and honor Michael Loffer. Mike was a fun person; we had a lot of fun. Mike was a competitive athlete; we were a competitive team. This inspiration gave direction to the 1978-79 team under coach Bob Borgerding. We were involved in tournaments for the majority of the season and the team placed consistently in the top 4. The high point of the season was winning the C-J Invitational, an event involving 6 teams. We had 7 seniors and 5 returning lettermen which served as a solid foundation for the team. We had 4 district qualifiers, in which Mike Raiff placed 5th, the best finish on the team for the season. Captain Mike Smith won the Journal Herald rating and took all-area honors with his 26-2 season record.

Chaminade - Julienne can be proud of the 7879 Wrestling Team, for it displayed a character of dedication and spirit which is necessary on any successful team. We'd like to thank our devoted fans and parents for their great support, and Mr. Borgerding who has made wrestling a most rewarding .sport for us. Mike Smith

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Bottom Row: Assistant Coach Bro . Mark Hummer, Fred Rau, Mike Smith (Capt.), Kevin Cox, Rick Botham, Phil Plummer , Head Coach Mr. Robert Borgerding. Middle Row: Ron Grusenmeyer, George Wittman, Tim McLauphlin, Jim Clark, Joe Smith, Mike Raiff. Top Row: Mark Beall , Mark Newport, Carlos Lopez, Joe Clark, Rudy Ganther , Tom Fessler.

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VARSITY SEASON RECORD Edgewood Inv. Jefferson Kiser Goshon All -Catholic Inv. Oakwood Inv. C-J Inv. G.D.L. Bellbrook Inv. Sectional District

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4th out of 8 45-15 30-28 45-26 4th out of 8 3rd out of 8 1st out of 6 3rd out of 4 3rd out of 10 6th out of 16 25th out of 50

This year's Reserve Wrestlers participated in more matches than any other Reserve team in C-J's history. They gave many fine performances and much is expected of them in the future . B. Borgerding

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Eagles Soar To District Fin~ls After Slow Start The Men's Basketball Team, sporting new uniforms and warmups, enjoyed one of their finest seasons in recent years, boasting a 13-9 record and advancing to the District finals. Although starting off slowly, the team experienced a comeback in the second half of the season, winning eight of their last eleven games. This winning streak took the Eagles to four tournament games, the first of which was an upset against Bellbrook. After an easy victory over Mason, C-J then beat Hamilton-Badin in an exciting game decided by a last-second shot by junior Steve Block. It was Hamilton-Ross that finally stopped the fighting men of C-J in the fourth game of the district finals. With three seniors starters and several junior hopefuls, the team of the '79-'80 season promises to be a good one. -

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Standing: Asst. Coach Tom Tolle , Mgr . Matt Money, Clete Richardson, Chris Hunter, Dennis Steinke , Co-Captain Bob Brun , Co-Captain Dave Trentman, Lance Higginbotham, AI Busse , Jim Moeder, Mike , Edmonds , Head Coach Bob Mayberry . Kneeling: Freshman Coach Mike Hohner, Maurice Garcia , Steve Block, Rick Johnston, Pete Hagedorn, Kevin Miller, Freshman Coach Bill Cheslock.

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Fairview Oakwood Fairmont West Fairmont East Carroll Colonel White Kings Cinti. Moeller Wilbur Wright Kiser Fr anklin Belmont Meadowdale Fairview Stivers-Patterson Jefferson Hamilton Badin Tipp City Alter

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TOURNAMENTS

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FRESHMEN - Standing: Coach Hohner, Chris Cummings, Chris Fox, Sean Monaghan , Charles Ingram , Fred Hawes, Brian Hemmelgarn, Ron Hunter, Kevin Lyons, Coach Cheslock Kneeling: Mike Williams, John Bertke , Mike Sargent .. Doug Marchal , Ty Kramer , David Knapp, John Steiner

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Spirited Girls Post Best Season Y et This season for Women's Basketball was the best in C-J history. We started out like gang-busters going through half the season with a 10-0 record, not to mention being Num· ber 1 in the Journal Herald ratings. We pay great tribute to our faithful fans and coach for an overwhelming finish of 154. First Honors went to freshman Colleen Curran. She received the Most Promising Player Award for her determination and for her understanding of the fundamentals of the game. For her unusual ability to rebound, leap , and steal, Kim Adams was awarded the Most Improved Player Award. Four year varsity player, leslie Bourne, received the Most Coachable Award as a player willing and able to understand all facets of the game. The Most Spirited Award went to Teresa Pazitney for her ability to generate support. In the huddle before the beginning of each game, she would say "THIS IS IT!" It seems funny now, but every game was "IT" - the most important. Teresa also received her Four Year Varsity Award and the Super Shooter Award in foul shooting for 70% or better.

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The Most Valuable Player Award went to Jane Meyers. She lead the team to its very successful season and was considered its silent but deadly leader. Jane also received her Four Year Varsity Award. Over all the season was a great success . Thanks Miss Holton! Teresa Pazitney

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RESERVE - First Row: Clare Mikula , Linda Trentman, Stephanie Mikula, Theresa Moeder, Chris Raitt, Melissa Florea . Middle Row: Felicia Palmer, Amy Smith , Debbie Weisman , PaW Statzer, Kathy Honingtord, Colleen Curran . Top Row: Coach Bill Cheslock, Jana Beckman , Colleen Noonan , Gretchen Donovan , Coach Peggy Holton.

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C-J Cheerleaders Spur On Eagles

FRESHMEN from top: Laura Mott , Teresa Gaier, Holly Elder, Mary Haines, Lois Caldwell, Eileen Sullivan , Denise Watson . RESERVE BASKETBALL AND SOCCER left to right: Lori Fox, Becky Meixner, Jenny Omlor, Denise Trentman , Nancy Halloran, Sandy Parker, Moderator: Kathy Biddle . VARSITY BASKETBALL AND SOCCER Left to right: Tami Rich ard , Moderator Kathy Riddle, Joan Gilmore, Tracy Ferris, Trisha Richard, Barb Tunney . Not Pictured : Stacey Sampson VARSITY FOOTBALL AND WRESTLING left to right: Carol Foley, Sarah Heizer, Mary Keeley, Mary Nevius, Patty Lucas, Anne 路Schwendeman .

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Mary Agricola Carol Babal Beth Badders Carolyn Baldwin Shawn Barker Amy Barlow

Kay Baugher Bob Bechtel Dave Becker Jana Beckman Jon Beckman Betzy Bernard

John Bertke Tim Bettinger Mike Bistrek Debbie Bittner Robyn Blosser Garry Boeckman

Dennis Borgerding Suzanne Bouquot Susan Bowles Evelyn Brackman David Brinkman Gary Brown

Jennifer Brown Vince Brzozowski Kathy Bulger Toni Bullitt Barb Burgmeier Lois Caldwell

Chris Campbell Phillip Campbell Rose Caulfield Joe Clark Kevin Clark Greg Coffey

Mike Connell Julie Connors Robyne Connors Billy Cooper Joel Copeland Lisa Crosby

Patty Cruea Chris Cummings Colleen Curran Mike Czeiszperger Christopher Dabney Steve Dahm

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Renee Daoud Samira Daoud Bob Daum Doug Davidson John Davis John DeCarlo

Melisa Dillon Gretchen Donovan Debbie Drees Sherry Durdines Ted Dyer Mary Eckert

Alex Ehret Laura Eifert Holly Elder Christal Engleman Tony Engleman Karl Erling

Cedric Evans Joan Ferris Tom Fessler Tracey Fitts Missy Florea Joel Florence

Kelly Foster Chris Fox Jerome Fox Missy Fugh Dave Gagnon Theresa Gaier

Vida Gecas Loretta Geiger Julie Gentile Kurt Grannan Steve Grant Joe Griffin

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Chris Grimme Lynne Grinner Mary Haines Kelly Haley Johnny Hamilton Loretta Haney

Joe Harker Fred Hawes Julie Hein Brian Hemmelgarn Sharon Hemmelgarn Dwane Henry

Patrice Hickey Michael Hicks Kathy Honingford Jill Hudepohl Carolyn Hunter Ron Hunter

Charles Ingram Ken Jackson Bill Jackson Joe Jergens Christina Johnson Jackie Johnson

Mary Kammer Mike Kelty Kevin Kirby Dave Kleine David Knapp Joe Koesters

Joe Kolakowski Ellie Koussa Francis Kowal Ty Kramer Polly Kronenberger Kristin Krzyminski 路

Amy Ksycewski Fred Kunde Bob Kwolek Carol LaVielle Ken Layne Alan Leathers

Anthonia Leigh Steve Long Amy Lopez Paul Lutz Kevin Lyons Mike Marbury

Doug Marchal Teresa Mariscalco Becky Marshall Tom Marshall Dan Mauch Janice McCloskey

Mike McCoy Mike McDonald Armand Meacham Bob Menker Rita Meyers Tony Michael

Susie Micheel Paul Michel Clare Mikula Stephanie Mikula John Miller Kevin Moeder

Teresa Moeder Sean Monaghan Beth Moore Dave Morris Mark Morris Pauline Morrison

Laura Mott Joe Mueller Patrick Mueller Angie Murray Julie Mutschler Tom Nartker

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Mike Nemeth Jim Nevius John Newell Mark Newport Alan Newsom George Noeth

Colleen Noonan Ann O'Conn or Julia O'Connor Kerry Oliver Diane Olszewski Ray O' Neal

Terry O'Shea Felicia Palmer Letty Parr Heidi Pearson Bill Plake Beth Plummer

Phil Plummer Sandy Poelking Angie Porter Jeanne Porter Jenny Powers Sandy Prikkel

Jennifer Quigley Chris Raitt Mark_Randall Diane Rankin Patty Reinman Jim Retter

Margaret Richardson Tony Ricker Liz Rolinski Laura Rosell Kathy Roush Mike Sargent

_Nancy Sargent Mary Sayer Rhonda Schidecker Suzanne Schiml Julie Sedlock Lisa Shade

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Sheri Shade Mary Ellen Shearer Dave Sicree Karen Sifferlen Kathy Sifferlen Annamarie Sluzas

Amy Smith Jim Smith Tom Smith Paula Snider Paul Snyder To'ni Sollenberger

Karie Spees Janie Sprague Charlie Standish Patty Statzer Leslie Staub Ursula Strobl

Eileen Sullivan Dean Sutter Joan Takara Aunishka Tate Tiffany Tate Sherri Taylor

Linda Trentman Matt Trick Joe Turner Greg Umana Bianca Vayna Monique Walker

Denise Watson Andy Weisman Debbie Weizman Felicia White Bill Whitely Mike Williams

Glenn Wood Phyllis Wysong Susan Yahle Harold Young Jim Zajbel Louis Zinzigk

Not Pictured: John Boeckman. John Crompton. Kelly Cox. David Huber. Carmen McDonald . Matt Recker. Matt Roll . rerry Schlangen. Mary Sollenberger. John Steiner. Mark Van Hoesen . Dan Zappia.

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Jeff Abele Theresa Abele Bob Agricola Lisa Allen Keith Anderson Peggy Anticoli

Kim Arnold Derrick Atkins Bob Babal Maureen Bacon Lisa Badders Cynthia Bailey

Donna Baker Jeff Ballard David Bankston Doug Barhorst Tim Barker Mark Beall

Julie Begley Kathy Bernier Catherine Bertheud Jim Boehmer Eileen Bolton Tony Bonfig

Glenn Brack Yvonne Brackman Ed Brown Kim Brown Sue Brun David Bruns

Joe Brozozowski Tony Bucenski Jennifer Buchanan Kelly Bulger Roslyn Burdette John Bush

Carol Bussinger Melinda Campbell Tom Campbell Bill Caporal Roseann Choice Kevin Cokely

Kelley Connor Kevin Cox Wesley Craig Keith Curtner Chuck D'Agostino Mary Dahm

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Joe Daum Kim Davis Fred DeCarlo Tom Denny Dan Detmer Richard Dillow

Sara Dinneen Suzy Dix Jeff Dorsten Debbie Doss Sam Doss David Drewing

Julie Duckro Lisa Dunsky Greg Easterling Don Eifert Ron Eifert Michael Ernst

Tony Evans Kevin Evans Mike Fay Steve Finke Jenny Flanik Tom Fletcher

Doug Flohre Carol Foley Mike Foley Patty Foley Lori Fox Dan Fradl

Joyce Frierott Angie Fronista Lilly Fronista Patty Galt Rudy Ganther Juan Garcia

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Michelle Gardner Kellie Gaston Chris Geiger Jane Gentile Lisa George Mike Geraghty

Joan Gilmore Marty Glendening Denese Goines Sharon Goins Stephanie Graham Eric Grannan

Rosalynn Gray Stephanie Greene Tim Grogean Steve Gross Nancy Halloran Camille Hamilton

Lisa Hansford Ed Harlett James Harris Mike Harrison Damian Hathcock Lauren Hayes

Andy Hehemann Rick Heider Mary Hetman Kevin Hickey Steve Hicks Marietta Hock

John Hodapp Doug Hodson Mike Holmes Shawauna Horne Greg Hudepohl Paul Huelskamp

Roger Humphries Tracee Jackson Andy Jaffee John Janowiecki Kathy Johnston Ken Jones

Joey Jordan Kevin Kaminski Kellie Kaskocsak Tim Kelly Craig Kirby Carole Kompar

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Milton Kreitzer Garry Kremer Larry Kremer Mary Kay Kretschmer Laura Ksycewski Mike Lally

Joe Landers Ramona Lee Steve Leever Marie Leo Michelle Lewis Marc Lockhart

Carlos Lopez Joe Lopez Richie Luckie Jim Lyons Larry Manley Richard Mannix

Paula Marcheski Cindy Martin Diana Martin Cathy Mathile Eric Mays Tom McCloskey

,Bill McGarry Sheila McKee Becky Meixner Steve Mercuri Bob Miller Michael Moell

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I Michelle Monaghan Matt Money Randy Monnin Shoshanna Moore John Moyler Anamarie Mueller

Sue Nartker Alex Nealy Pat Neff Stephanie Neff Debbie Nordyke Jenny Omlor

Molly O'Neill John Overman Diane Painter Elizabeth Paredes Mary Pavlo Doug Payne

Jim Pearson Jenny Phillips Ron Pirrung Matt Plake Mike Poelking John Porter "

Frank Portner Julie Powers Annette Quinn Gary Radominski Terri Raiff Lyra Rain ey

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Lia Ravestein Joe Ray Agnes Reichart James Revere Dwight Rhoden David Richard

Trisha Richard Angi Richardson Ron Richardson John Ricker Darla Rieder John Rindler

Mike Rodgers Greg Rowlands Ron Russo Roxanne Sanders Dave Sarno Rose Mary Schaefer

Steve Schaefer Teresa Schidecker Mark Schirmer Kathy Schons Pete Schubert Jerome Schultz

Jeff Schuford Geoff Scott Tom Sheehan Linda Shockley Kim Sholiton Sean Schumaker

Suki Sinnathamby Steve Siwecki Verona Slivinski Kyle Slone Monica Smith Raymond Smith

Tim Smith Dave Sprague Paul Stang Clark Starret Dave Statzer Johna Storck

Pam Strapko Barb Strukamp Jeanne Sullivan Robyn Taylor Mike Tehan Bill Thomas

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Ken Thomas Scott Tobe Irene Todoki Mary Jo Tompkins Kevin Trammell Denise Trentman

Dennis Trentman Bob Trick Barb Tunney Tim Van Cleve Mike Vore Kim Walters

Alfred Watkins Larry Weizman Nikki Welch Greg Wenclewicz Amy Wendling Colleen Wendling

Dixie Wilson Judy Wood Carl Yahle Carol Zamonski

NOT PICTURED: James Behrman , Mary Briggs , Joe Bucher , Clifton Coleman , Joe Eckert, Joe Griffin , Mike Grothouse , William Hall, David Harri son , Mark Hinds , David Huber, Marina Lawr.ence , Will Luft, Zachary Newell , Rick Orr, Louie Pigford, Martin Redmond , Michelle Stalinski, Victor Tucker, Dan Vore.

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Anne Achbach Kim Adams Greg Barhorst Keith Barrett Jim Batin Jane Battes

Terry Baugher John Beckman Marian Behringer Connie Behrman Annette Bertke Dave Bohman

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Teresa Bolton Wendi Bonner Rick Botham Steve Bowles Sherry Bradley Steve Brinkman

Dennis Brown Steve Brun Theresa Brun Ron Bruns Chris Budich John Burgmeier

.1 John Burneka AI Busse Nancy Bussinger Steve Caporal Jane Caspar Jim Clark

Leslie Craig Nick D'Agostino - - Mike Dailey Melanie Daley Bridget Donovan Rhonda Downey

Kim Drees Joseph Duckro Mike Edmonds Craig Eifert Jackie Farris Cathy Ferguson

Tracy Ferris Ellen Finke Mark Franz Cathy Gaier Sherry Garvin Ray Geiger

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Kim Gelhaus Peggy Geraghty Cecilia Glaser Tim Golba Chris Gremling Linda Gross

Mark Grothouse Erin Haley Willard Hall Ginnie Hannasch Julie Hannasch Angel Hansford

Elizabeth Hays Kathy Hehemann Mark Hess Sandy Hinds Don Hines Kate Hodapp

John Honingford Steve Hudepohl Chris Hunter Jim Isbel Collette Jackson Steve Jackson

Dorothea John Terry Johnson Julie Johnstone Kim Joyce Matt Karl Kevin Kaskosak

Mary Kelly 'Joyce Klenke Steve Klippel Jack Klotzback Teresa Knapke Stephanie Knapp

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Kathy Kompar Kurt Konicki Marianne Koontz Tom Kosater Lillian Kraft Tom Kraska

Kathy Kremer David Krug Robert Kurpiel Dana Lakin Michelle Lasher Ray Lee

Sue Lee Cheryl Leo Debbie Loges Sandy Long Anne Longstreth Carmen Lopez

Patty Lucas Carol Lutz Barb Lynch Ken Lyons Mike Mackenzie Andy Makiewicz

Kelly Malone Christina Mannix Kim Mantia Margie Mariscalco Tina Martin Marita Matray

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Tim Mauch Denise Maurer Teri McCann Dawn McCray Tim McLaughlin John McShane

Dale Mescher Jim Michel Jenny Michel George Mikalauskas Kevin Miller Pat Minnelli

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Jim Moeder Sue Moeder Mike Monnin Bob Montavon Charisse Moorm an David Moorman

Heidi Morris Norb Mott Sheelah Moyer Karin Mueller Teresa Mueller Tammy Nash

Greg Neal Dave Neff Mary Nevius Patty Nordyke Mary Oborne Patty O'Donnell

Coleen O'Hearn Rich Olszewski Jane Overman Bob Parenti Sandy Parker Jamie Parr

Denise Pirrung Kim Plummer Carol Porter Mike Powers Debbie Pryor Amy Quigley

Colleen Quinn Dave Radominski Julie Raiff Roy Randall Don Rankin Tom Rastikis

Ann Raterman Fred Rau Cathy Rauch Tim Reboulet Paula Reeves Rhonda Reid

Ed Reindl Nancy Retter Joe Robinette Clete Richardson Risa Ramie Cathy Roselle

Bob Roush Lisa Rummel Daphne Rutledge Lois Rutledge Mark Sargent Mark Sauer

Barb Schiml Toni Schindler Emily Schoch Alice Schroeder Steve Schwendeman Patricia Scott

John Shay Brigitta Shroyer Marty Skapik Cindy Smith Doug Smith Mike Smith

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Jody Spees Scott Starrett Sandy Staub Chuck Steigerwald Sherry Stewart Tom Stoddard

Lori Stoffergen Debbie Sutter Anita Suttmiller Julie Suttmiller Linda Sweeterman Elisa Taylor

Donna Thomas Teresa Vidoni Adam Votaw Linda Wade Laura Walters Christine Wamsley

Pete Wartinger Tim Ways Craig Weatherhead Andy Weidenborner Jerry Westendorf Ken Wilson

George Wittman Martha Woeste Roberta Woeste Jane Worth Steve Wright Cindy Young

Mel Zappia Connie Zimmerman

NOT PICTURED: Stephanie Bailey, Steve Block, Cecilia Caskey, Jean Chilton, Tionda Copeland, Barbara Cummings , Robert Drought, Lynne Eaton , Maurice Garcia, Dale Gessaman , Michele Hickey, David Koehler, Tom Kosater, Lenora Marbury, Jeff Pollard , Gerald Nemeth, John Snyder, Kathleen Sullivan , Clark Taylor, Bennie Timms, Steve Yeager, Joe Zimmerman , and Chris Zinzigk

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Administration

Sr. Carol Lichtenberg Executive Director

Bro. Ron Luksic Director of Academics

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Objectives:

To maintain a smooth-running school with an emphasis on student well-being and academic excellence.

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Five dedicated Team members, an open door, enthusiasm, and the ability to function on very little sleep. .

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Department-Religion Objectives: Materials Needed:

To encourage an understanding of religious concepts and to develop a more personal relationship with God . An open mind, a Bible, and answers to the questions "Who has religion this Wednesday?" and "Is this a green , blue, or polka-dot day?"

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Mr. Larry Casati Ms. Peggy Holton Bro. Mark Hummer Mr. Pat Kaine Bro . Bob Kraft

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To become proficient in the spoken and written word and to develop an appreciation for American, English, and world literature.

Materials Needed:

a) one crash speed-reading course, b) a number of dogeared paperback books, c) a mound of loose-leaf, d) a pack of "No-Doz", e) all of these, f) none of these.

Bro . John Allen Bro . Tom Andrassy

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Ron Luksic Ruth Pikell Trish Pollack Norbert Trick

Departm~nt-Math Objectives:

To learn to manipulate numbers for everyday use as well as to use them in more complex problem-solving.

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Pencils with sharp points and good erasers, a graph stamp, a head for figures, and band -aids for compass punctures.

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Department - .Social Studies Objectives:

To gain a better understanding of not only the world we live in, its past, present and future, but also its people with their many complexities.

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A globe, maps, a covered book, a subscription to Newsweek, an assortment of neuroses and psychoses, and a Freudian slip.

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Objectives:

To acquaint the student with practical skills such as foods, sewing, home management, child development for use in every day life.

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Cooed magazine, scissors, needle and thread (band-aids), a blender, a properly preheated oven, and the ability to resist temptation.

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Art

Objectives:

To develop creative ability and to acquaint students with the basics of Art.

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A lot of imagination, color, shapes, and various textures, also multi-colored fingernails, and a lot of soap and water .

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Department - ' Industrial A'rts Objectives:

Through actual experience, the students will develop the skills necessary for the planning and execution of various assignments and projects,

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Drawing instruments, a steady hand, hammer and nails, determination, a logical mind, a broom, and a big eraser,

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Science

Objectives:

To understand the biological and physical aspects of the world we live in.

Materials Needed:

A petri dish, a Bunsen burner, a fetal pig (and a strong stomach), a periodic table, and a 2,000 foot time line.

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Business

Objectives:

To learn business-related skills for personal use and also for professional pursuits.

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A myriad of typewriters, a Stereotronics packet, one case of White-Out, polka records, and the boss's lap.

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Objectives:

To promote the acceptance of other cultures and to foster better communication between the nations of the world.

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A set of headphones that work, the ability to rrroll one's rrr's, maps of Espana, Francais, and Deutschland, and a two language dictionary.

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Health/Phys. Ed.

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To promote physical fitness and to develop the skills needed for physical and motor activities.

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A bouncing ball, a pair of skid-proof sneakers, a clipboard, coordination, and a gym suit (optional).

Mr. Bill Cheslock Mr. Rick Hoffman Chairperson Mr .. Kevin Kavanaugh

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To become musically literate and to create a harmonious unified group.

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An assortment of instruments, 27 marching Eaglettes, 127 pairs of strained vocal cords, and one overworked Bro. Bruce Giffin.

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To do everything for everyone at any time, and do it efficiently! - in short, to be the "World's Finest" office.

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A pair of ringing, buzzing, and illuminating phones, candy boxes stacked ceiling high, thousands of tuition receipts, and one million pink Admit Slips.

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Guidance

Objectives:

To direct students in planning their lives at C-J over four years as well as to provide invaluable assistance in the designing of their futures.

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Patience, one master schedule, a dozen paper clips, piles of achievement test forms and results, career and college catalogs, and six dedicated counselors with heavy workloads.

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To provide for the special non-classroom needs of the C-J community. A QUIET library, a tray for every student, and three little vans all in a row.

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Mrs . Jo Brockman Manager

Auxiliary Services, Reading

Food Service

Mr . George Davell Supervisor

Kitchen

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UTBU: A Family Experience

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UTBU . , . we know the meaning of the words, Unhealthy Too Be Unpleasant, but I feel they could have had a special double meaning ... an Unusual and Thrilling, But also Unique experience. UTBU brought everyone, cast and crew, into a very close "Family" which each will always treasure. "How late are they open?", "Do they clean foxes?", "Dew Drop Inn", "TMC", "Raggedy Ann", and "Have a cookie" are sayings that became as much a part of us as the play. UTBU also became the fourth and last time Mary Ann, Colleen and I would be a part of a C-J production. But we retire happily, leaving with the knowledge that others will find good friends and lasting memories as we have on C-J's stage. And we must not forget our two devoted directors Mr. Jeff Keating, and Mr. Greg Cross, for without them UTBU would never have been possible. Rosemarie McDevitt

Shirley Amber Wamsley "TMC"

J. Francis Amber Steve Mary Ann Wright "For God's sake, not another turtle"

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William Uggims - Ray Geiger "Mr. Ugmut?"

Madge - Rosemarie McDevitt "My macaroni salad!"

Connie Tufford Sheelah Moyer "In this outfit I'd be picked up for hustlin'"

Miss Blank Rogers - Amy Wendling " La-donna-e'-mobile"

Valerie Rogers - Annamarie Sluzas "Well excuse me to death!"

Jimmy Newton Steve Hicks "I'm just the piano player"

Eugene Boyer - John Shay "My threes look like fives"

And thanks to the fabulous UTBU Crews: Directors - Mr. Gregory D. Cross, Mr. Jeff Keating, Student Director - Mary Ann Wamsley, CrewsMary Ann Wamsley, Teresa Pazitney, Bob Montavon, Kathy Hines, Lis<:, Badders, Kathy Bernier, Colleen Wendling, Sue Bowles, Eileen Boltol'!, Pete Schubert, Mark Grothouse, Lirida Bergman : Stephanie Neff, Joe Daum, Paul Ballman, Peter Burger, Peter Trick, Margret Zotkiewicz, Glenn Wood , 路Pat Neff, Mitch Sprowl, Denise Koenig, Jeanne Caporal, Lois Rutledge, Caroline Lutz, Carole Kompar, Steve Bowles, Chris Geiger, Jenny Phillips, Theresa Schidecker, Ushers - Margi O'Connor, Nancy Jette: Agnes Reichert, Beth Badders , Susan Bowles, Ron Richardson, Verona Slivinski, Lisa Hansford, Dana Lakin.

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There were all the objects associated with paradise: palm trees, mountains, flowers, and a bridge thanks to some great decorating ideas from the Prom Committee. There was also the ever present love, laughter, and continuous dancing - thanks to the students of C-J . Everyone was sporting their own style, and everyone looked beautiful. The evening was marked with a few surprises, but there was no surprise as to the amount of fun everyone was having. Music was provided by Cliche. C-J provided all the other necessary materials: fun, a little rowdiness, a lot of smiles, and the magic created by the students of C-J whenever they get together. L. Jordan

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Kavanaugh Named Coach Of The Year The 1979 baseball season was a very successful one, though if you looked at our win-loss record, it wouldn't seem like it. At 12-13 we accomplished more than any other baseball team at C-J in 5 years. Going into the tournament we were seeded number 2 behind last year's state-runner up, Oakwood. After beating Eaton and Dixie in the sectionals, we played Oakwood in the sectional finals and romped them by a score of 7-4. We lost in the district finals to a strong-hitting team of Edgewood, by a score of 8-4. With one starter coming back from last year and a no-name pitching staff, we surprised many people by going as far as we did. Much of our success was contributed to our enthusiastic and talented underclassmen, led by three starting sophomores. We had a .295 team batting average which gave every opposition trouble as we were never shut-out. The season was topped off with our coach, Kevin Kavanaugh, receiving coach of the year honors in AA Competition. Tim Plaspohl

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Straight To State I'm a C-J Eagle and I'm proud . . . No matter what game we would be playing in, from Oakwood (our last game) to St. Vincent St. Mary (in the State Finals) this spirit showed through under the leadership of Coach Tom Tolle (never again to be referred to as "Coach Who? "). Mr. Tolle was a rookie coach so naturally we felt the responsibility to "break him in" . We soon found out that he didn't really need breaking in; he knew what he was doing. He gave totally of himself; picking us up whenever we were down, always ready with pep talks in crucial moments. Coach Tolle was an inspiration as he had that special quality of being more than just a coach ; he was a friend ; he was a champ . You can tell victories in statistics : Jane Meyers pitched 171 strikeouts; Our team batting average was .351 led by Teresa Pazitney who batted .626 vs. the batting average of the other teams .144; Our season record was 18-4; We scored 230 runs vs . the 62 of the other teams; Jane pitched 3 no-hitters and 9 shut-outs; . .. But you can't tell the feeling of victory - the thrill, excitement, happiness, the high can't be expressed in figures . To feel like a champ is an experience that you have to go through and one that you'll never forget. Any good team needs unity - that is something that we never lacked. We developed a very special closeness; the closeness of a family . We went through hell together .. . and loved every minute of it. Our successful season wouldn't have been possible without the contributions of everyone on the team . We were made up qf a bunch of little stars which when working together made our team shine. The closeness we feit wasn't limited to just the team, it extended to the school, our families and many supporters. Eagle Spirit never dies - it just gets stronger. Out of 270 AAA teams in the State of Ohio, we came in 2nd. Could anyone possibly come out of a season like ours and feel sad? Yes , sorry to see it all end; wanting it to last; but knowing that those special moments will always be treasured . So how's it feel to be an Eagle? It feels like you're a winner. We've always felt like champs and in believing that you're the best, you become the best. We believed it then, and we believe it now.

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Men's Track Team Breaks The Tape The Men's Track Team was found to be awesome in the 1978-79 season. The Eagle squad got off to a slow start, but shot to the top . The team brought home the Bellbrook Invitationals. From there they went on to take the G.D.L. They placed 6th in the Dayton Relays and went on to win the Sectionals for the first time in CJ's history, and placed runner-up in the District. C-J sent three men to the State : Steve Gemza, who placed 4th in the Discus; Chuck Bridgman, who placed 6th in the mile and two mile; and Roger Humphries, who placed 3rd in the Long Jump. The following members received special recognition at the Springs Sports Banquet. Jim Green received the award for Best Sprinter. The Most Improved Runner award went to Mark Grothouse. Chuck Bridgman received the Best Distance Runner award. The Best Field Event Person award went to Steve Gemza. Special thanks go to Coach Rick Hoffman for his t ime and dedication . The Eagles Track Team will look forward to an even better season for 1979-80. Roger Humphries

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Rnalty, there are our friends. We have cried together, laughed together, and learned together. We ...... vic;toriu and losses, homecomings and proms, chemistry and psychology, Triangle and the track. Throulh all of these experiences we have come to learn more about ourselves and about others, In this way, wtt b.". mad to understand and care about others and have grown, ourselV4tl, with each friendship. "'ends we leave a thank-you. Thank-you for all of those things that you've done that can't really be md'.W . words.

"-'Ph waldo Emerson once said, "For everything you have missed, you have gained somethina elM: .''fllll everytmna you gain, you lose something." This class you see before you has lived thou words . . . . durinI their years at C-J. We all experienced that feeling of loss and of hopelessn :Wh ndf. were taken from us. Beth, Whose outgoingness and love of life will always remin.. of Sruc:a. whose love of music and of people attracted everyone. Sr. Donna, a caring teacher with _ _ .who was down. Mike, a friend to everyone; always caring and always sharing. His memory ! .I)iftiHS and of contagious laughter. We will always remember these friends of ours for, th",ftflll" , ~ showed us the beauty of life. Although we mourn their loss, we have gained a DOllltalrtul unlty. 1ft MCh broUlht us a little closer together and made us appreciate one :4.~~~e.e,d that we needed one. er to be with us for the good times and for the s.._ ...~ W*I• • oup whose memori~ will always be full and lasting ones. '~.c..__ ,","'"

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Congratulations, Connie Love, Mom .and Dad Congratulations, Joe Smith Love, Mom and Dad Congratulation, Lisa Sonye Mom, Dad and Beckie

Benny Ricker Mr. Donald Sprunde Good Luck, Seniors Dr.! and Mrs. J.M. Roll Congratulations, Andy Roll Love, Mom and Dad

Congratulations, Nancy and the Class of " 79" From Jeff "78" Congratulations, Jeff Trego Love, Mom, Dad and Toby

Good Luck Seniors ... Nick Roll Mark Rose Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Rutledge Congratulations, Margie Sayer Love, Dad, Mom and Family Congratulations, John Scarpelli Mom and: Dad

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Congratulations, Dave Trentman Mom and Dad Congratulations, Amy Mr. E. Wiedeman and Family Congratulations, Margaret Stanley and Irene Zotkiewicz Mary Zotkiew(cz

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For the students and faculty of C-J, the 78-79 school year was one of many changes. New faces and names became part of our community; many good times and a few sad times were had by all. It is my hope that "Transitions" is a sincere reflection of what this year has meant to each one of us. We all have come a little bit closer through the hours of work we put in, and created some good memories. This book would have not been possible without the tireless efforts of the entire staff, the lasting co-operation of Mrs. Pollack and Charlie Miller, and the help of numerous others throughout the year. Thanks to everyone! Margaret Zotkiewicz

Polly Barlage Peter Burger Joe Demeter Sue Fay Ellen Finke Lynne Jordan Mary Kolakowski Ray Lee Caroline Lutz Tricia Mallon Marita Matray Rosemarie McDevitt Heidi Morris Sheelah Moyer Lois Rutledge Emily Schoch Tina Trick Amy Wiedeman Editor - Margaret Zotkiewicz

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Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1979