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We want a square meal ••. What's that green stuff i n your eggs? •• • I was marching in my sleep last night · •• What ti me is it? •.• Four seconds after the last ti me you asked me . . . 'Sweetie' can't you do an about face? • •• Why is it everyti me we have a break you run to the telephone? • . • I have to call my mother to fi nd out about the soap operas .•• What ti me do we attack the freshmen dorms? · • • Are we going to play T-SOP? · •. Again? . •. Anyone who turns the wrong way wi" take a lap around the whole field •. • Three more days to Heaven was •.. Band Camp.

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Welcome to Eagle Country •.. Look at those scrawny freshmen •.• I'm hungry, what ti me does the cafeteria open? •.. 10:30 •.• What time is it now? " •• 8: 30 . . • Yes mo m, you can stay here for awhile but you don't have to take gym with me .•• My locker has sRider webs in it •.. I've got music, psychology, and lunch at the same time .•. Well the munchies have it .•. When do you have free time? ••• Now .• " When do you have class? ••• Later • •• Great, let's go out and and play . •• • 2:30 •.• Already? Where di d the ti me go? •• •

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The football season was' a winni ng season in many ways, even though it started out on the wrong note for the Eag Ie fans and ~ players. A 12-'0 loss to F.airmont East made us real ize we were goi ng t'/) have to get serious and work for, a successful season. Work we did, rolling over Jefferson 41-12 for our most impressive victory of the year. Handling' Colonel White 27-14 on the Astroturf, and then a 21-0 blanking of Springfield Catholic set us for our fourth straight victory. In whipping Patterson 21-0, • Vernon Saine rushed over a hundred yards, and everyone was very optimistic for the second half of the season. With our record standing at 4-1 we were now gaining recognition in the area as a first rate football team. A 13-0 set-back against' Belmont in the rain and mud was disappointing, but we bounced back the next week against rival Carroll, scoring a 14-6 victory. At Hamilton Badin we came out flying with Steve Bauer going 60 yards on the first play, but we ended up dropping a heart-breaker . 21-20. Closing out the season with the first Gr,e ater Dayton League ' Championship game against Alter, we scored first but fell to the Knights, 28-6. This was C-J' s first winning season. Our record was 5-4. We had alot of talent, maybe not so much as in previous years, but it's what we did with it that counted . We worked long days, mol~ing ourselves \.. into one good, determined football team, proving to others what we already k,new. -Dan Moosbrugger ~


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Sr. Ann Chri stopher Gnau Executive Director

Bro. Robert Wiethorn Director of Student Services l Science

Mr. Richard Kleckner Director of Community Relations

Bro. Kenneth Uckotter Director of Academics 1 Math

Bro. Joseph Meder Director of Administrative :Services

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Bro . Thomas Andrassy English

Mr. Norman Ayer Math

Mrs. Janice Ardner Math Department Coordinator

Sr. Ruth Ann Bange Sc ience 'Department Co- Coord inator

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Sr. Lois Banks Physical Education, Girl s Track Coach

Mr. Dennis Bayham Art Department Coord inator, Coach Cross Country

Mrs. Paula Beach Home Economics Department Coordinat9r

Fr. Charles Bergedick .T heology :

Sr. DO'nna Blaul Math .

Mr. Robert Borgeding . Director Student Welfare, Coach Freshman Football


Fr. Robert Bouffier S. M. Theology

Bro. Thomas Brassington S. M . Theology Dept. Co-Coordinator

Mrs. Helen Brennan treasurer

Mrs. Jo Brockman Cafeteria Manager

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Mr. James Burbridge Guidance, B lack Awareness

Mr. Patrick Conners Speech, Health, Physical Education

Mr. George Dav.ell Cafeteria Manag er

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Mr. Charles Dodsworth Eng Ii sh

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Mr. Michael Duffy Business

Mr. George Early Social Studies

Mr. R obert Finnegan Math

Bro. Bruce Giffin S. M .

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Sr. A I ma G r.o II i ng S. N . D . English Dept. Coordinator

Bro. William Grundish S.M. Guidance, Social Studies

Mr. James Green Maintenance Service

Sr . Damienne Grismer S.N.D. Guidance, Social Stud Ces .

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Mr .. Charles Hollis Maintenance Service

Mr. Robert Kaicavag e Athletic Director, Health, Phys. Ed.

Bro. Robert Hogan S.M. Theology

Mrs. Chri stine Huebner Yearbook, Eng Ii sh

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Sr. Carol Lichtenberg S.N.D. Director of Student Welfare, Science

Mr. Daniel Kosak Science, Physical Education

Mrs. Mari Iyn Kramer Records Clerk

Sr. Rita K u rry S. N • D • Eng Ii sh

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Mr , Robert Mayberry Math

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Mrs. Doris McWilliams Administrive Assistant

Mrs. Christine Middleton Theology Department Co-Coordinator

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Mrs. Ruth Pikell German, English

Miss Mary Nagel Language Dept. Coordinator, Spanish

Mrs. Betty Naughton Business Dept. Coordinator

Mr. Donald Neff Industrial Arts Dept. Coordinator, Health

Mr. Robert Quatman Director of Jazz Lab Band

Mrs. Maria Sizemore French, Spani sh

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Mr . Sherman Starks Maintenance Service -

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Mr. William Troha Theology

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Mr. John Tuss Math, Science

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Mr. John Zaidain Social Studies

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VARSITY Fairmont West Fairmont East Bevercreek M ianii sburg Stebb ins Oakwood Alter Jefferson Carroll West Carrollton (Tri Meet) Carroll Alter Jefferson RESERVE Fairmont West Fairmont East Bevercreek Miamisburg Stebbins Oakwood Alter Jefferson CarrQl1 West Carrollton (Tri Meet) Jefferson

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Miamisburg 2nd out of 14 Fairview 4th out of 18 Park Hi lis 3rd out of 6 Greenvi lie 1st out of 15 Fairmont 2nd out of 2 Brookvi lie 2nd out of 15 Bethel 2nd out of 15 Princeton 5th"out of 25 Xenia 1st out of 7 Sectionals 1st out of 19 GDL 1st out of 4 3rd out of 9 Distri ct state Meet 6th out of 16 Total Summary 145 wins, 20 lost (In AA competition, only 6 teams beat C-J, the entire season!)

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Chris Bolton, 12 John Brun, 12 Tim Gonsoroskie, 12 Pat Kroger, 12 Bob Karl, 11 Ray Schommer, 11 George Spitzig, 11 .. Kevin Broadbec;k, 10 Eric Krafka, 10 Ti m Kroger, 10 Pat McGarry, 10 Tom Quigley, 10 Chuck Bridman, 9 Rick Johnston, 9 Tim Martin, 9 Todd Spees, 9 Jerry Tompkins, 9 Coach: Dennis Bayham Asst. Coach: Bro. Bi II Grundish Manager: Jane Gagnon


golf Mike Lopez Ken Hemmelgarn Mark Corwin R路ick Summers Norm Metrzman Dave Jablinski Don Block Don Hemmelgarn Record 4-6

rifle Mark Gagnon Rick Summers Soyna Anderson Mike Jackson Mike Sprowl Joe' Smyth Tom Arqui Iia Joe Kronenberger Luann Stader Mark Stien Steven Sanders AI Brackman Mike Periclis John Clark

soccer E. Geraghty T. Kroger J. Smith P. Kroger R. Gunn K. Harsha D. Weimert G. Ottesen J. Saluke P. Brandhuber J. Tompkins

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wCJr "This is WCJR, broadcasting live from Chaminade-J ulienne High Schoo!,11 These immortal words were first heard late in school year on April 20th. Along with some music, t hey were heard between 8 AM and 3PM Monday through Friday at 640 on your AM dial. But what you heard over the radio didnlt show the work involved in getting CJR on the air. Ever since Ken Urban came up with the idea a year ago, it has been an uphill battle to get on the air. But it finally happened and lid like to thank John Orr, Ed S luzas, Andy Chestnut, Karen Clemons, Ted Bright, Rick Summers, Jeff Orr, Barb Becker, Mary Agnes Mikalauskas, and most especially Ken Urban and Father Bob B ouffi er . They helped through the good times as well as the bad times, like the time the transmitter fizzled out or the monitor , speaker didnlt work. And who can forget the time George Carlin went over to the wrong band and we sweated out his obscenities? The worst had to be the time we played II Fanny" over the air . . . thought I wa's gonna die. Those were the bad times; the good times more than made up for them. We enjoyed saying hello to the Chem classes and the girls in the locker room, or just doing a good show for people. We made it through the end of the year and the 90° degree heat in the ?tudio, not to mention th'e hassles ... but welve g.ot our foot in the door and no one' i s going to close it on us. Jeff Brugger ,

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Alter Oakwood Milton Union Greenvi lie Alter Milton Union Fairmont West Fairmont East Miamisburg Stebbins Beavercreek '

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Varsity 1st. ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Tim Smiley (Mgr.) Mark Horstman Larry Weisman James Brooks Ron Long Tom Scherak Ken McSherry Chris Spitzig (Mgr.) 2nd. ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Bob Mayberry (Head Coach) Bob Moeder Mark Mays Ken Hemmelgarn Don Repine Glenn Turney Jim Black Steve Tahy Mike Glaze Mike Duffy (Coach) Jimmy Burbridge (Coach)

Reserve 1st. ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Chris Spitzig (Mgr.) Keith Higginbotham Mike McDonald Steven James Greg Gorczynski Jeff Mitrisin 2nd. ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Bob Mayberry (Coach) Jimmy Burbridge (Reserve Coach) Don Hemmelgarn Greg Mays Jack Givens Paul Boeckman Derrick Mosley John Kavanaugh Mike Duffy (Coach) Tim Smiley lMgr.} Ted Randall (not pictured) ~

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Reserve Carrie Jackson Sue Radominski Laura Luft Mary H oltvoight Freshmen Colleen Moosebrugger . Tammy Richard Anne Schwendeman Tammy Kopp Beth Matoski Mary Beth Keeley

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Music by Candlelight The room had seemed rather large, unti I the audience fi led in and placed themselves. A soft breeze teased the wick's light, and sent shadows dancing upon the slightly worn piano. Familiar chatter lingered past the hour of eight, for these evenings were never meant to be prompt. Then, 'a young lady in jears appeared a d almost confidently reached for the crttention of tho e who were waiting. Wi this, the evening had begun. A young musicain adjusteCI the microphone and once again mellow usic was .rele. d within the halls of C-U. -Jane Hinders

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John Alberts

Larry Alconn

Catherine Anticoli

Peggy Arquilla

Brian Bachman

Lori Ballard

Paul Ballman

Carl Bankston

Eric Barger

David Barker

Julie Beach

Nate Benson

Linda Bergman

Lisa Bergman

James Bernard

Alicia Berry

Edwa,rd Bettinger

Jay Bettman

Ida Boatwright

Cecile Boeckman

Rita Boeckman

Michael Bohman

Susan Bolton

Louis Border.s

Kim Bostick

Leslie Bourne

David Bowman

Lori Brack

Thomas Brennan

Charles Bridgeman

Maureen Brodbeck

. Toni Brooks

Anne Broom

Mary Brucken

Robert Brun

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Thomas Brun

Keith Bruns

Lorraine Brzozowski

Mike Buchanan

Lisa Bucher

Joan Buchho Itz

Peter Burger

Michael Burgmeier

Beth Campbell

Donald Campbell

Bob Caporal

Jean Caporal

Gerald Carr '

Patricia Carrick

John Cetnar

Paul Chirco

Marcia Christian

John Clark

Connie Coffey

Joanne Collingsworth

Chris .Condy

Robert Conne II

KarIm Crane

Gail Crimmins

Paul Dabney'

Susan Dirito

Sally Dix

Thomas Clark

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Bonnie Coffey

All ison Connors

Sheryl Cooper

Cheryl Craft

Diane Daly

Stephen Davis

Joseph Demeter

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Sharon Drewing

John Duckrd

April Engleman

Leslie Fagan

Joseph Fradl

Ray Fredette

Grey Garm,pn

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Margaret Eckert

Suzanne Fay

Michael Foley

Shei la Foley

Teresa Fox

Thomas Fulwiler

Mark Gagnon

Mark Gardner

Gretchen Garland

Rita Gecas

Rit~ Geiger

stephen Gema

Kim George

Bi II Gi Ilespie

Michelle Gorczynski

Michael Grady

Anthony Graham

David Green

James Green

, John Gil more

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Felicia Hall

Cara Hamberg

Earl Hampton

Elizabeth Haney

Rebecca Harker

Kenneth Harsha

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Denise Holt

Joseph Honi ngford

Suzanne Hunter

Sri an Jarrett

Jerry Johnstone

Antoinette Jones

Donne II Jones

Lynne Jordan

Nancy Jett

Ri chard Johnson

Kathleen Journell

Lesley Keefe

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Mary Kelly

Catherine Keys

James Kinzeler

David ' Kirchmer

Denise KoenIg


Mary Kolakowski

Tammy Kopp

John Kramer

Theresa Kronauge

Geralyn Kronenberger

Suzanne Ksycewski

Thomas Kunde

Ri chard Lawhorn

Caroline Leathers

Teresa Lee

William Leitz

Mitchell Lewis

I Katherine Maloney

Will i e Marbury

Mary Jane Markus

Ti mothy Martin

Sarah Maruca

Patrick Mathes

Patti Mathes

Kathleen , McCloskey

Katherine McCray

Tammy McDermott

Rosemaire McDevitt

Beth Ann Matoski

John Mencsi k

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Lawrence Mauch

Deborah Mercuri

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Angela Mescher

Michael Minnelli

Colleen Moosbrugger '

Mary Orr

Jane Meyers

Peggy Mock

Theodore Mi chel

Robert Mi kalas

Gwen Miller

Vicki Miller

Mary Moeder

Carl Moell

Lisa Molnar

Kathleen Monaghan

steven Mosser

Rosemary Mueller

Christopher Neu

Kim O'Connor

Gerard Olinger

Brigid Palmer

Teresa Pazitney

Bernadette Peck

Michael Periclis

Charles Petitt

Jovita Phillips

Thomas Pirrung

Charles Phillips

Timothy Plaspohl

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James Porter

Jul ie Prasmantas


Anita Pulley

Michael Pulley

Maureen Quinn

Lourdes Quintana

Tom Radominski

Mike Raiff

Elizabeth Rayburg

Susan Reddington

Phyllis Reichert

Tamara Rentz

Tami Richard

Kathy R edenour

Davi d Roalef

Cheryl Roberts

Cindy Rohrer

Andy Roll

Judith Rose

Joseph Rosi

Tim Saine

Patri ck Saluke

Stacey Sampson

Deborah Sarabia

Denise Sargent

Margie Sayer

John Scarpelli

Carol Schenkiflg

Christopher . Schaeffer

Lisa Scherack

Timothy Schiml

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Paul Schommer

Judy Schroeder

Mary Ellen Schubert

Mitch Schweickart

Thomas Shawhan \ Cynthia Shockley

Moni ca Shroyer

Andrew Sicree

Kathy Sinkwitz

Connie Smith

Mike Schlater

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Anne Schwendeman

Joseph Sm ith .

Michael Smith

James Smyth

Rebecca Sni der

Lisa Snider

Lauree Spatz

Todd Spees

Chri stopher Spitzig

Mitch Sprow I

Mark Stein

Dennis Steinke

Lori Strader

Jack Sullivan

Robert Sutter

Lynn Swab

Maureen Swab

Teresa Tarara

Nancy Taylor

Tony Tokasey

Jerry Tompkins .

Maria Tormey

Carolyn Tracey .

Jeffrey Trego

David Trentman


Kenneth Tunney

Da'nae Turner

Mary jane Turner

John Turney

George Tyler

Christine Voit

Joycelyn Walker

Mary Ann Wamsley

Joe Wendling

Kevin West

Amy Wiedeman

Linda Wirick

Rita Woeste

Susan Wourms

. Gary Zimmer

Tom Zitt

Margaret Zotkiewicz 'It

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David Ballard

Jerry A II en

Eric Barder

John Andrews

Cheryl Bashore

Ki mberly Bright

Margaret Br i /I

Kevin Brodbeck

Renee Brown

Franci s Burneka

Janet Bussinger

Catherine Butler

Mary Caporal

Regina Caulfield

Antonio Chirco '

Peggy Chmiel

Christopher Bowman

Steven Bowman

Kathy Carroll

Ann Carter

Kimberly Blake

Barbara Borger

William Boesch

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Marty Bachey

Terrene Borders

Paul Boeckman

Richard Burkhardt

Suzanne Berger

Jerome Bach

Thomas Bolton

Donald Block

John Buehrle

Christopher Arnold

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Mary Cummings

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Diane Clark

Galen Curry

EI i zabeth CI ark

Lorraine Clemons

Chrystan Coleman

Mark Curry

Jamey Curtner

Isabella D'Agostino

Jennie Donatell i

Joseph Donovan

Donna Connors

Charles Davis

Barbara Dryden

Monica Dunsky

Charles Eifert

Robert Eifert

Samuel Elam

Susan Ell is

Carol Engleman

Sherry Eng Ie man

Richard Ernst

Steven Eschenberg

Carla Fair

Paul Fancett

Maureen Fay


Donal d Fri es

Jane Gagnon

Mary Geraghty

Gregory Gorczynski

Mary Green

Yvette Greene

John Gremling

, Chris Hampel

Carol Finch

Tracy Fisher

Moira Foley

Kell y Foster

Jeanne Gaier

Linda Gallman

Nancy Galt

Susan Galus

Sheree Gossett

Thomas Grandillo

Kevin' Grooms

Pam Gudorf

Michael Gustin

Margaret Hab ib

Ann Haley

Tim Heitbr'ink

Don Hemmelgarn

Tom Hemmelgarn

Jay Hendersoli

Lynn Herbert

Alexandra Graule

Rick Hicks

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Keith Higginbotham

Pat Hinds

Barb Holl is

Mary Holvoight

Ly nne Horner

steve Hunter

Mike Ivory

Coleen Jablinski

Kim Jones

Stephanie Jordan

Ed Hines

Lisa Karl

Debra Hobbs

Patty Hodapp

Pat Hofele

Mark Horstman

Rodney Humphries

Teresa Hunt

Carrie Jackson

• John Kavanaugh

Joe Kleinschnitz

Steve James

Paul Janowiecki

Mike Kinney

Joan Kleibecker

Kevin Knopp

Tony Kobes

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Kurt Koehler


Karl Konicki

Bryan Koriff

Julie Kronenberger

Brenda Krug

Erik Krafka

Conni-e Kubicki

Geoffrey Lev in

Matthew Liddy

Barbara Luchsinger

Doug Magoto

Denise Mahone

Dennis Maloney

John McCarthy

Gregory May.;>

. Lori Mays

Kathleen Krencik

James Kurpiel

Tim Kroger

Gerard Kronenberger

Mary Ann Lavelle

Eileen Leibold

Kathleen Luken

Joseph Luther

Susan Matoski

Jeffrey Mauch

Hobert Mauch

Micheal McCray

Mike McDonald

. Patrick McGarry

Laura Luft

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Cheryl McKnight

Sidney Mc Manus

Sherry McWilliams

steven Meixner

Marcia Melia

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Mary 0 ' Donnell

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Bridget Monaghali

Martin Moorman

Brian Morton

Mary J. Meuller

Donna Muzechuk

Mary Lynn Naughton

Carol Nieto

John ,Nowak

Kathryn 0' Bryan

Gardar Ottesen

Kathleen Overman

William Painter

Linda Parenti

Aqua Porter

Charlotte Portner

John Olwine

David Plaspohl

Melissa Plummer

Sarah Mulligan

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Michael Prier

Tom Quigley

Colin Quinn

Susanne Radominski

Jerome Raiff

Sheila Rapp

Teresa Ravenstein

Michael Reindl

Clarence Richardson

Bernard Ricker

Cathy Rieser

Brenda Rives

James Roll

Raymond Roselle

John Rosenkranz

Suzi Rosenthal

Kathy Ross

Ann Sarabia

Janice Sargent

Joseph Sarno

Larry Satkowiak

Ti mothy Sayer

" Amy Schaaf

Mark Sears

Eric Seidenschmidt

Joseph Seitz

John Schulte

Mark Schultz

Mary Sekella

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Edward Smith

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Elizabeth Shay

Loree Smith

Alice Sheehan

Mike Smelstor

Alan Smith

Deborah Sm ith

Mari anne Sm ith

Marchand Sm ith

Thomas Smith

Elizabeth Smyth

Michael Stem ley

Anne stoemer

John Sull ivan

John Tehan '

Richard Sutter

Corinne Sydor

Theresa Tamme

Denise Tatone

Jeffrey Taylor

David Thoerner

Judy Thoma

Tony Thomas

Keith Thurman

Cindy Tolle

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Jeffrey Van Schaik

Patti Wilkins

Rita Trick

Barry Wabler

Carl Will

Sharon Tri ck

Sandra Tucker

Clayton Turner

Joe Vallo

John Webendorfer

Michelle Weber

Jeff Wiedeman

Daryl Wilkes

Pam Will iams

Renee Williams

Cathy Wimsatt

Jim Wolff

Mary Worthington

Denise Yantis

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e marched througli Pall, Winter and Sp ing too. entertained all thos half-awake fans, . -And deep down ins'de S, 'we all knew That reward must be somewtie at hand. ,

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Though our school seems crowded at times, we must remember that we are slightly more fortunate than most of our neighboring schools. We do have freedom. To the more responsible student itls not near enough, but we then realize that within this L-shape we have encountered many different persona liti es. It is but a miniature of the realities we will soon face. C-Jl s purpose is quite simple . . . Time. It offers us not only the educa路 tional chance to grow, but the time to find ourselves, our individuality, before it becomes stifled by the mass.

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Miami sburg Fairmont West Wayne Oakwo~

Fairmont East Kiser Fairview Miamisburg Colonel White Alter Belmont West Carrolton Beavercreek Belmont Northmont Wilbur Wright

3-2 0-5 0-5 1-4 1-4 4-1 4-1 2-3 5-0 0-5 5-0 2-3 1-4 5-0 3-2 1-4

Varsity Season Record 7 wins 9 losses Reserve Season Record 5 wins 2 losses 1 tie

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Miami sburg Fairmont West Wayne Oakwo~

Fairmont East Kiser Fairview Miami sburg Colonel White A Iter Belmont West Carrolton Beavercreek Belmont Northmont Wilbur Wright

3-2 0-5 0-5 1-4 1-4 4-1 4-1 2-3 5-0 0-5 5-0 2-3 1-4 5-0 3-2 1-4

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Opponent Centerville 8 Stebbins 0 Northridge 2 Alter 3 Carroll 4 11 Trotwood 2 6 Fairmont East 1 7 6 A Iter Park Hill s 4 6 12 Fairmont West 10 6 Carroll 1 Record: 9 wins 2 losses

Reserve 5 18 Carroll 7 17 Trotwood 22 30 East 3 7 Park Hills 16 17 Carroll Record: 5 Wins o losses

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Reserve Ellen Bergman Eva Honingford Evelyn Kiprotich Jeann~ Gaier Lori Mays Patty Schmitz Kathy Schubert Bonnie Coffey Connie Coffey

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Kathy Williamson Coleen Jabl inski Mary Agnes Mikalauskas Kathy Overman Jane Meyers Teresa Pazitney

Sue Fay Felicia Hall Beth Haney Lesl ey-K eefe Kathy McCray Debbi e' Mercuri Coil een Moosbrugger Brigid Palmer Tina Trick

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Rebecca: Mr. Parris, I think you'd best send Reverend Hal @ back as soon as he come. This will set us all to arguin' again in the society, and we thought to have peace this year. I think we ought rely on the doctor now, and good prayer. Let us go to God for the cause. There is prodigious danger in the seeking of loose spirits. I fear it, I fear it.

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Proctor: A fire, a fire is burning! I hear the boot of Lucifer, I see his $l lthy face! And it is rny face, and yours, Danforth! ' For them that quail to bring men out of ignorance, as [have quailed, and as you quail now when you know in all your black hearts that this be fraud--God damns our kind especially, and we will burn, we will burn together.

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1975-1976 clubs coordinated by student council inter-club mary bohman chairperson

CHESS CLUB Moderator- MRS. BARBARA HINKLE Sam Chirco Ed Hines John Schulte Andrew S icree

HORTICULTURAL CLUB Mod erator- C ounc i I Jane Hinders Mary Bohman Chris D'elia Pat Hinds Pat Kroger Jane Kronenberger Steve Meixner Cla i re Staton

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LANGUAGE CLUB Moderator- MRS. SIZEMORE Bi II Boesch Anne Broom Casey Carrol Janice Christy Susan Ell is Jane Gagnon Greg Garzowski Annette Guess • Rick Hicks Nancy Jette Barbara Lutz Sarah Mulligan Aqua Porter Mary Reddington Susan Reddington Steve Sicree

C REA TIVE WRITING CLUB Moderator- MR. CHARLES DODSWORTH Editor- ANN DA VIS Special Assistanc e MR. DENNY BAYHA M AND BETSY CLARK Kathy Bo Iton , Rob Goubeaux Sue Neff Ellen Bergman John Andrews Steve Wy ~ nski Joe Downtown, Betsy Clar k Regina Caulfield Jane Hinders Mr: ·Bayham

DRAMA CLUB Moderator- FR. ROBERT BOUFFIER Founders- MOLLY AGNEW, MARY BOHMAN and PAT HINDS Mark Anthony Tony Wourms David Harris Victor Laul erbach Theresa Lutz Andy Chestnut Pat Berthaud Barb Dryden ... Donne I Jones Steve Mehall Chris D 'EI ia

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Mens Tracie Chris Bolton, 12 John Brun Kevin Byrd Tom James Mark Mays Ed Stafford Kev in Jackson, 11 Dan Moosbrugg er Ji m 0 'Connor Vernon Saine George Spitzig Greg Stone Larry Weisman Tom Choice, 10 Ed Davis Pat McGarry Tom Quigley C layton Turner Ed Bettinger, 9 Chuck Bridgman Ray Fredette John Gilmore Dave Green Jim Green Jim Kinzeler Tim Saine Womens Tracie Tonya Patton, 12 Michelle Cooper Doris Schroeder Gayle Miller Donna Burrough, 11 Maureen O'Hearn Gina Moore LeVette Boyd Karen McAfee Mary Worthington, 10 Mary Beth O'Donnell Barb Luchsi nger Shei la McKeon Mary Holtvoight Patti Mathes, 9 Maureen Broadbeck Gail Crimmins Kim' George Rita Geiger

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1976 Season Summary: Knights of Columbus Relay 4th out of 20 Fai rmont East Metri c Inv. 2nd out of 4 Versailles Inv. 2nd out of 15 Dayton Relays 8th out of 25 GD L Championships 1st place Fairborn Classic Relays 7th out of 15 C entervi lie" EI k" Relays 5th out of 8 Dayton Sectional 3rd out of 20 Southwest D istri ct 5th out of 52

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Reserve Tony Huningford Greg Gorczynski Mike Ivory Barry Wabl~r Dave P laspohl Chris Muncy Mr. Neff Tom Smith L~tnce Higginbotham Chri s Hampel Phil Harris Walt Larger Dennis Steinke

Jack Sullivan Mike Raiff Gary Garman Andy Roll Pat Sa luke Eric Barger

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The Baccalaureate Mass took place at 3 :30 on Saturday, June 5th. The graduates entered the church to the classical notes of a brass ensemble performing "Trumpet Tune and Aire" and the celebration was highlighte'd by musi cal selections chosen by the graduation committee for their meaningful words. They included "We may never pa$S his way again", "Fr i ends" "t;hq knows where the ti me M''', and" Do you know where ou're going to". Readings , one by Matt Tokasey and Kris Kuntz. Pri nci pal ce lebrant was Father Bouffier, assUte d by Fr. Berged i ck and Fr. Ab rTrayr. It was a and thoughtful opening for...';_I1'.... special day.

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de·5tined ing small til I know IIII h 11m going But I en 11m gone And far away youlll hear me singing softly to the dawn: roads diverged ilr. I took the one less tr"'....~ and that has made No onetoknows where ml~·=~I.;iimrt!; return my seat, lettius that we choose the road happen to choose the road .......... the perserverance to follow

CHORUS Rivers belong where they can ramble Eagles belong where they can fly live got to be where my spirit can run free Got to find my- corner of the sky.


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