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On May 4, 1886, 21 students began a tradition of Catholic education at the corner of Franklin and Ludlow Streets. On May 6, 1986, over 1,000 students, faculty and friends launched a year long celebration commemorating 100 years of academic excellence, discipline, sense of community and dedication to God . This Centenary year honored the history and the glory of those associated with Notre Dame Academy, Chaminade, Julienne, and Chaminade-Julienne. The 1987 yearbook takes its title from Chaminade's first yearbook, Aerie, meaning the eagle's nest.


With Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk celebrating, the Opening Mass on September 5, set the religious tone for the school year. Parishes in the Dayton area celebrated our 100 years with special services on Centenary Sunday, January 25. Retreat Days and Mash Days replaced Mission Days and May Crownings during those 100 years. Caring, sharing, and giving between students, faculty and friends kept the religious spirit alive at ChaminadeJulienne .


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Throughout the Dayton area the name Chaminade has always meant a challenge. Eagles have taken pride in the fact that they answer the call to challenge whether it is on the athletic field, in the academic classroom, or within themselves. In and outside of the Eagle's nest, C-J students drove themselves to the best they could be by physically and mentally meeting the challenge of wearing the green, blue, and white colors that symbolized work, pride and victory.


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Studying in a cosmopolitan atmosphere has given C-J students the opportunity to experience interaction with people of different ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. Whether he was a jock, a "100 lbs . or under" club member, a struggling musician, a teacher's pet, a shopper, or a physics psycho, the unique Eagle was welcome in the Aerie .


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Clowning around, painting a dance backdrop, mumifying a teacher were all a part of life for the Eagles. A special parade had to be organized, cheers learned and rallies held, and science projects completed during the '86 school year. But games, parties and pizzas put a hold on the teachers' notions that weekends were made for homework. Eagles shared lockers, shared jokes, shared clothes, shared lunches and shared efforts in creating a life at Franklin and Ludlow.

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The ghosts of 100 years of friendships could be found at the corner of Franklin and Ludlow in 1986. Buddies who understood each other, teachers who cared , and three amigos who grew through their companionship all helped form the fraternity known throughout Dayton as the "Chaminade " community.

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Education has changed and yet remained the same since the days of Notre Dame Academy . From alphabetical lines and standing to answer a question in class, to an experiment in self-directed learning, through a return to the stress on the 3R's, and into the age of computers, the goal has been the same: Academic excellence infused with character and moral development.


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The '86 Eagles carried on the tradition of Chaminade football . The name Chaminade is synonomous in Dayton with spirit, pride, and winning. The state powerhouses and undefeated teams of Bill Blake and Fuzzy Faust laid the foundation for the rejuvenation of the "Men in Green" in the 80's under coach Ken Amlin who produced two consecutive state play-off teams . Led by senior super star, Rob Bosticco, who passed for over 1,000 yards and who , according to Amlin, did "everything but mow the grass", the Eagles preyed on victims Carroll, Trotwood-Madison, Vandalia, Colonel White, Belmont, Hamilton Badin, and Tipp City. Especially sweet was the 17-0 whitewashing of city-rival Meadowdale. Dunbar and Alter blocked the Eagles' attempt for a perfect season. The triple threat of running backs, Jim Mullins - MVP, Sherman Dewitt, and Larry Hill delivered the knock-out punch to many of C-J's opponents in 1986.

Top Row: (1st row), L-R; Coach R. Fe rdett, coach J . Zaidan , coach C. Richardson , J . Downer, W. Waters , K. Hable , R. Powell , M. Hable, J. Castellari, coach K. Amlin , coach D. Kosak, coach D. Amlin . (2nd row) L. Reed, M. Fischer, R. Hinde rs , T. Camacho, F. Ambrose , J. Gorman , M. Stang, A. Williams, R. Gibson, B. Hill. (3 rd row) B. Clemens, C. Roberts, B. Trentman , M. Miller, S . Shick, H. Richardson, P. George , R. Wallace , D. Peters, B. Ewing, F. Campbell. (4th row) M. Coleman, M. Zecchini, M. Lawson , M. Murray , T . Loose, J. Williams, J. Castellano, T. Bosticco, G. Costner, D. Wright, J . ,Polston, J. Stevens . (5th row) S . Borowick, L. Hill, B. Briggs, C . Fredenberg, D. Knox, R. Dahm , M. DeAloia : R. Settich , S . Bilberry, P. Kleff, K. Quatman. (Bottom row) R. Bosticco, J . Mullins, S. Dewitt.

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Top Row : L·R; Coach R. Peterson, R. Wilson , R. Dorsten, S. Ponichtera , D. Hall , C. Zapata, T . Wells , coach M. Ewald . (Middle row) B. Baun· destial , D. Parker, J . Smith, E. Hanneker, M. Petkus , C . Richards, M. Patmon, J . Burnside. (Bottom row) D. Brown, T. Currington, ·T. Campbell, J . Rigot , S. Mc;Kown , D. Plesk, T. Wolfe , T .J. Crosby.


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"The Heart Attack Kids" came from behind in a long , tough match to spike #1 seed West Carrollton and win the District AAA Championship. District 15 Coach of the Year, Ann Meyers, led her heartbeat skippers to a 16-10 season record before they fell to perennial state power Cincinnati Seton. The hard work and grueling practices paid off with wins over Fairmont, Carroll, Beavercreek, Stebbins, Alter, and Centerville. Co-captains Michelle Nitz and Denise Martin were named to the District 15 All-Star Team. Other awards went to Denise Martin, MVP; Leslie Alexander, Team Player of the Year Award; and Anita Babal, Most Improved.

Varsity (above) L-R; B. Clawson, A. Faulkner, L. Babal, A. Babal, D. Martin, M. Nitz, L. Kremer, L. Alexander, B. Owens, B. Meyers, coach A. Meyers. Reserve (top opposite) Top Row: L-R; B. Westgerdes, S. Allen, S. Johnson, R. Chromey, M. Irwin, coach P. Bridgman, Front Row L-R; J . Jones, J. Ivory, J. Pesch, L. Ward, J . Platfoot. Freshman (middle opposite) Top Row : L-R; coach R. Hess, T . Fletcher, S. Snyder, A. Fuchs, J . Platfoot, coach K. Meyers, Front Row: L.R; S. Bashaw, S. Koob, M. Wheeler, E. Sagasser, E. Quatman, B. Wehner, J . Trezciak.

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The men's and women's cross country teams had difficult seasons. Running against strong and competitive teams, the cross country runners did their best. The men's team ran well in the District meet, with a seventh place finish. The women's team showed good effort in challenging their opponents. Three .. four year varsity awards were given out to Dennis McGarry, Robin Mikula and Carolyn Zwolski.

Women's Team: Top Row: L-R; R. Mikula, C. Zwolski, S. Turner, M. Kelly, T . Mathile. Bottom Row : L·R; A. Graham, K. Sauer, J . Borges, J . Young, A. Sauer. • Men's Team: L-R; S. McCormick, D. McGarry: M. Evans, B. Bernier, B. Fletcher, J . Pesch, Coach Bro. W. Grundish . Not Pictured: K. Mur· ray, D. Schleich.

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The C-J golf team has come a long way since its beginning three years ago . Scorching the links all over the Miami Valley, the Eagle golfers compiled a record of 18路8. The Eagle golf team had its best showing at the District Tournament with a team score of 341. Senior three year letterman, Scott Monaghan, was co-medalist for the day posting a red-hot 75. The real story of the 1986 golf team was the outstanding play of the sophomores. Maurice Kilby, Mike Kalt, and Chris Nitz anchored the team with their steady play all season. Kilby had the lowest stroke average on the team, 39 , and was the 1986 MVP. Kalt dropped his stroke average from 47 in his freshman season to 42 in his sophomore season and was 1986 Most Improved Player. Nitz played fourth mim all season and had a stroke average of 45. The season ended with the Eagles crushing the defending state champs, Oakwood, 153-157 .

Back Row: L路R; Coach R. Williams , C. Nitz, M. Kalt, B. Bucklew, S. Monaghan , G. Sedlock, T. Koesters. Front Row: L-R: M. Kilby, T . Westendorf, J . Bate路 man , T . Payn e.


The women netters led by 1st year coach Ms. Sharon Beigel 路 posted a 5-12 record in a season marked by individual and team development. Playing 1st singles, Sue Bohman led the women past Stebbins, Fairborn, Trotwood-Madison, Carroll and Belmont. Many of the losses were decided by a close 2-3 margin as their hard work and hard play brought the Eagles close to victory . Awards were given to: Sue Bohman, MVP; Shelly Webb, Coach's Award; Chris Lange, Most Improved. Top Row; L-R; M. Brown, A. Bohman, S. Webb, S . Boh路 man, J . Rieser, K. Katcavage, Coach S. Beigel. Bottom Row: L-R; C. Lange, M. Webb, J . George.


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Led by All-State player , John Nugent, the Varsity soccer team posted a 68-5 season record . The six victories, over Yellow Springs, Fairborn, Troy, Oakwood , Stebbins and Fairmont were highlighted by a 1-0 shut-out victory over fourth-ranked Troy . Despite their losing record , the Eagles finished ranked ninth in the Area Coaches poll. Xenia ended the Eagle's season with an exciting 5-4 double overtime victory. Three year letterman John Nugent said this about his career at C-J: " Afte r three years on varsity, [ have experienced many ups and downs during the seasons, but never once have [ failed to recognize the great potential of the players and coaches." All Area awards were received by Brian Burris, 1st team; John Nugent , 1st team ; Jason Connors, 2nd team , and Nick Trick, 3rd team .

Top Row; L路R; Coach P. Marrinan, S . Tribbey, D. Hoendorf, B. Dean, C. Sagasser , M. Eckley, E. Sarbia, S . Hemmeter, R. Eifert, R. J eckering, S . Fawley, S . Spees, J . Nugent. Bollo m Row : LR; J . Marton, T . O 'Grady, R. Willman"N . Tri ck, B. Burris, P. Bernard , S . Harlamert , J . Connors'.

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Top Row: L路R; Coach Money, J . Dudon, V. O'Neill , A. Pinkney, M. O 'Neill, T . Thomas, M. Vallo, J . Buehrle, K. McNally , B. Ernst , Coach Huneke, Middle Row: L-R; L. Borowick, T. Russo, K. Hoff, A. Burgmeier, K. Meixne r, M. Petkus, A. Campion, Bottom Row: L-R; S: Mullins,. K. Puckett .

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Above Picture . Top Row : L-R; Coach B. Richison , B. Menker, P. Schubert, A. Vaughn , M. Mahenna , D. Wolff, B. Reed, J . Bensman , C . Brack. Bottom Row: K. Hickman , J . Kelly, B. Bush, S. Semler, C. Fraser, E. Ruff, J . Pratt.


Above picture. Top Row : L-R; Coach M. Money, J . Weckesser, T. Cox, S. Sullivan, B. Farrell, J . Jones, A. Newport, T. Hoffman. Middle Row: S. Kilgalin , J . O'Neill, R. Morisey, M. Chadwick, K. Corrado, M. Hemmeter, H . Seibert, T. Kuhn. Bottom Row: J . Bogan, K. Crosby, S. Puckett, C. Pizza, R. Taylor. Bottom Picture. Top Row: L-R; Coach J . Eckley, J . Zobrist, P. Peterson, C. Trimmer, E. Schneider, B. Richey , S. Schindler, B. Lawry, M. Zapata, Coach J . Marrinan. Bottom Row: S. Paxton, E. Peterzak, T. Ulmer, J . Reed , C. Peter.

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C-J cheerleading added a new facet to its dimension this year when "competition" became an important part of the program. Beginning in the summer and continuing through winter, the girls worked on group and individual routines . The varsity and reserve squads spent one week over the summer at the U.c.A. Cheer Camp held at Miami University. The freshmen squad attended the N.C.A. Camp at Wright State. All squads from both camps brought home Excellent or Superior awards . Junior Nikki Trent and freshman Nikki Ward spent an additional week at the U.C.A. Dance Camp. They received Superior awards, a spirit stick, and an invitation to Dance Nationals in Florida. Ward was also invited to cheer at the Aloha Bowl in Hawaii.

Above: Varsity Football/Wrestling: L路R; K. McCurry, T . Wheeler, Y. Fields, J. McCormick. TopBottom; M. Vera , K. Westfall , C. Kirby, N. Trent. Opposite Page: Top Picture: Varsity Soccer/Basketball: Top Row: L-R; B. Riordan , C. Austin, R. Ragland . Middle Row: L-R; E. Selvage, M. Lewis, M. Thomas. Bottom Row: C. Ward. Opposite Page: Middle Picture: Reserve: L-R; S_ Taylor, A. Adam, L. Carter, T. Styles, N. Dichito, M. Berwanger, A. Fecke, R. Foster. Opposite Page: Bottom Picture: Freshmen: Top Row: L-R; N. Perry, T. Lewis, C. Nesbit. Middle Row : L-R; K. Carter, C. Washington, N. Ward . Bottom Row: C. Kirby. Not Pictured: K. Johnson.


During the year the cheerleaders, under the direction of Mrs. Lynda Ward, competed in the Springboro and State competitions. Dominating the Springboro competition, the freshmen took First in Dance and Second in Cheer. The reo serve squad also proved themselves by placing Second in 'both Cheer and Dance. They were the only squad to bring home a.. Spirit Key. Nikki Dichito' was one of eight girls to win a Superstar Cheerleader award, and the varsity took an outstanding Third place in the' Dance division. Although cheerleading still centered around building spirit at the school, it also be- came one 'of the more competitive sports at C-

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Team Captains (Fall/Winter Sports): Varsity Volleyball, top: M. Nitz, D. Martin. Varsity Football, above: S. DeWitt, J. Mullins , R. Bostieeo. Varsity Golf, above right: S. Monaghan. Women's Tennis, Left: S. Bohman.

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The men's Chaminade-Julienne basketball team fought their way through the '86-'87 season to receive a fourth seed in the District Tournament and post a 13-8 record _The team was led by the high scoring of Chris Bass, the great defensive play of Michael Williams, and the hard rebounding of Mike Coleman_ After winning their opener against Carroll, the Eagles lost their next two games_ "Confidence: What a winner has that a loser doesn't" became the Eagles' locker room slogan. The Eagles built their confidence by beating Stebbins, Belmont, and Patterson, winning the Celina T ournament, and upsetting Meadowdale and Xenia. As the Eagles' confidence started to fade, so did their hopes for a District title . The fighting Eagles laid down and died before the Centerville Elks by a final score of 60-65. The M.V.P. award was shared by Bass and Coleman; The Luther Award was received by Williams, and the Outstanding Playmaker was J. Camacho. Bass and Coleman were named to the Journal Herald first team, and Bass was named to the Southwest Ohio second team.

Back Row: L-R; J. Camacho, R. Wallace, A. Sicard, D. Monaghan, D. Peters, C. Sagasser, J. Ligon. Front Row : L-R; L. White, M. Williams, C. Bass, M. Coleman, S. Ley.

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The Lady Eagles ended their roller coaster season with an up and down 813 record . Wins were posted over Wayne, Belmont, Meadowdale, Oakwood, Colonel White, Fairborn, and Stebbins. By 路 defeating the host Patriots, the ladies took third place in the Carroll Invitational. The Eagles fell short by only five points in tournament play losing to Patterson, the number one team in the area. Senior forward Denise Martin was the team's leading scorer with a total of 183 pOints for the season. The leading rebounder was the starting center, freshman Tangi Williams. Seniors LaVonna Wilcox, who led the team in steals and assists, and Theresa Russo, who led the team with the highest free throw percentage, captained the '87 Lady Eagles.

Top Row: L路R; S. Mullins, S. Bohman, A. Bohman, J . Bell, T . Williams. Bottom Row: L路R; J . Weckesser, L. Wilcox , Coach S. Beigel, S. Farrell, K Katcavage.

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Men's reserve (above) Top Row: L-R: J. Travis, F. Ambrose, D. Schons, A. Sicard, T. Ellis, T. Newlin. Bottom Row: D. Baily, G. Ligon, B. Ewing, R. Wallace, B. Ecton. Not Pictured: Coach T. Riccutio . Women's Reserve (top opposite) Tolp Row: L-R; Coach Cheslock, A. Newport, A. Burns, K. Sprauer, V. Zaidain, L. Pedicord. Men's freshmen (Middle opposite) Top Row : L-R; M. Silverman, R. Lowe, J. Kauflin, S. Masten, R. Fisher, A. Bryant, J. Embry, J. Patterson, T. Wolfe . Bottom Row: J. Berry, T. Duwell, D. Emanuel, J. Smith, J. Kelly, N. Henninger, R. Lindsey. Women's freshman (bottom opposite) Top Row : L-R: S. Puckett, P. Staggs, J. Trzeciak, T. Monaghan, B. Farrell, M. Worley, S. Koob, H. Seibert. Bottom Row : R. Taylor, M. Stegall, Coach Huneke, B. Wehner, M. Wheeler.


Led by senior Jim Mullins, the wrestling team hit the mats throughout the state. They pinned opponents at the St. Joseph's Invitational in Cleveland and at the Ohio Catholic Invitational in Metor, Ohio. The Eagles faced some of the toughest competition in the state and held their ground in the Xenia Invitational, the Tipp-City Invitational, the Franklin Invitational, the Carroll-Alter Tri-meet and C-J's own home Invitational. In post season action at the Dayton District Tournament, Mullins, first at 185 pounds and Greg Gaier , third at 105 pounds, advanced the Regional tournament. After placing third at the Regionals, Mullins advanced to state where he won his first match but was eliminated in second round competition .

Top Row: L路R ; B. Harvey , J . Castellano, M. Mahannah, R. Hinders, R. Priest, M. Suda, J. Mullins, J. Miller, J. Downer, J. Stukey, D. Steve ns, J. King , S. Dunavin , K. Habol. Middle Row: L-R; C. Wilson , R. Goode , T. Ar路 nold, M. Fisher, J. King , G. Gaier, M. Cramer; M. Habel , R. Powell , T. Wamsley . Bottom Row: L路R; J. Lawry: J. Pesch; D. Fissell, J. Chasteen, D. Schleich, W. Waters , B. Fletcher.


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Team Captains (Spring sports): Men's TenniS, top: B. Dean. Track, above: C. Sauer, B. Briggs. Track, left: C. Austin .

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Although they got off to a bad start, the 1987 C-J track team finished as winners. Injuries, an entirely new coaching staff, and only four returning seniors, were a few of the obstacles the team had to overcome before getting back on the track . Due to a lot of hard work and desire, the team ended their season on a high point by sending Sherlese Taylor, Moira Vera, Marcia Keeton and the 400 x 100 relay team of C. Barnes, S. Taylor, M. Keeton, and B. Foster to the regional finals . Awards were received by: Theron Ellis and Vicki O'Neill, Most Improved; Sherlese Taylor, Moira Vera, and Dion Wright, Most Valuable; and Carla Austin, Moira Vera, and Connie Sauer, Four Year Varsity Awards.

Top Row: L路R; Mr. Lyons, D. Schock, B. Briggs, B. Lawry, D. Bailey, T. Ellis, Mr. Ways, D. Peters, D. Wright, C . ligon, S. McDe rmott, Coach Phelps. Middle Row: L路R; J . Rigot, J . Pate , S . Taylor , C. Austin , M. Keeton, S. Farrell , M. Kelly, V. O 'Neill , B. Farrell , M. Vera. Bottom Row: L路R; S. McDanie ~, M. Robinson , C. Sauer, L. Barnes, P. McDaniel, P. Johnson .


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It was a tough transitional season for the Eagles in going from Coach Cheslock to Coach Kevin Kavanaugh . The Eagles had a "roller coaster" season and finished with a record of 12-13. The highpoints of the season were wins against Centerville, Wayne, Alter, Troy, and Xenia. Carroll gave the Eagles a run for their money in a game that went into extrainnings. With the score tied 7-7, Matt Eckley drove in Jim Mullins to win the game. Rob Bosticco had the best year at the plate, batting .328. Mike Mathile had an outstanding season on the mound with a record of 7-0 (career record 31-1) and a 0.95 ERA. Mathile wasn't C-J's only ace; Steve Marchal, Mark Holstein, Todd Goubeaux, and Eckley also had fine seasons. Marchal relieved Mathile after 2 innings against Stebbins and pitched the last 5 innings allowing 1 earned run and striking-out 8. Holstein held Miamisburg to 3 runs and took the Eagles into extra-innings when Marchal relieved him and won the game, 4-3. After beating Alter in an exciting regular season game , the Eagles saw their season end by dropping a 5-3 decision to the Knights in tournament play.

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Receiving All-Area honors were Mathile: 1st team; Bosticco: 2nd team; Rick Dahm: Honorable Mention. Mathile and Bosticco both made the All-State team . The team awards went to Mike Kelly, Most Spirited; Bosticco, Best Offensive Player; John Roderer, Best Defensive Player; and Mathile was 1987 M.V.P. Varsity Baseball. Bottom Row: LoR; M. Zecchini , T. Goubeaux , J. Camacho, R. Dahm, D. Hoendorf, M. Kelly , J . Roderer, S. Marchal. Top Row: LoR; C. Roberts, R. Nelson, R. Wallace, M. Eckley; T. Cox, M. Mathile, T. Bosticco, M. Holstein , R. Bosticco, coach K. Kavanaugh.

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Practice is the common denominator for a player of any ball team . Practice starts out with a slow stretch, followed by 15 minutes of terror-running sprints! Running until the players have no feeling in their legs seems to be the coaches' method of shaping up the players. Working on strategy is next. Fielding ground balls and hitting practice in the batting cage contribute to a successful season. So, it's stretch, stretch, run, run, run, field, hit, field, hit, until the ump cries out, "Batter up!"

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The Chaminade-Julienne Eagle Softball Team had a very successful season. With a new coach, J. Huneke, and hard work, the Eagles ended with a 21-5 record. The team was led by T .T. Puckett and Sarah Caporal, but the leadership didn't stop there. The hitting of Beth Owens and the pitching of Vicki Walendzak and Valerie Zaidain, gave the Eagles a solid foundation. The team became a power-house in the area. Opponents, CenterVille, Troy, Princeton, and Alter, learned that there was no getting by the Lady Eagles. Their season came to a close with a loss to the Fairmont Firebirds in the District Finals. Puckett and Walendzak were named as District AIIStars, and Puckett was named Honorable Mention All-State. Most Valuable Player, Puckett; Coaches' Award, Walendzak; Most Improved, L. Wilcox.

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The men's tennis team got off to a good start by racking Trotwood and Vandalia. Playing #1 singles was J . Snyder. B. Dean played in the #2 position. E. Shick played the #3 position. The #1 doubles team was J . Patterson and M. Silverman. Playing the #2 position was D. Schons and J . Pizza. The team did very well through the season by winning the Trotwood, Vandalia, Waynesville, Butler, Stebbins and Valley View meets. Many of the "racketeers" made it to the District Tournament. E. Shick lost his first preliminary, B. Dean, J. Pizza, D. Schons, M. Silverman, and J . Patterson all made it to the second round. 3rd seeded J. Snyder did well and made it to the third round. Overall, the team ended with a 5-13 record.

Top Row: L-R; M. Silverman, J. Downer, D. Schons, E. Shick, J. Snyder, C. Thomas. Bottom Row: L-R; J. Pizza, T . Wamsley , J. Patterson, C. An, S. Kleinman, B. Dean.

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Edward Bohman

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Paul Bernard

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Monica Brown

Lisa Buschur

Bryan Bucklew

Penny Campbell

Brian Burris

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Yvette Fields

Stanton Finley

Ann Fischer

Renee Francis

Leslie Gaston

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Katherine Wiedeman

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The class of 1987 gathered on May 21 at Bainbridge Hall for their last social event of the year, The Senior Dinner Dance. Between bites of chicken and roast beef, the seniors reminisced about the past and discussed plans for the future. After dinner, these restless upperclassmen crowded the dance floor and stayed there the entire evening. The D.J . played a variety of songs ranging from "Lean On Me" to "New York, New York" to "Louie, Louie." With one last slow song, the night came to an end. Although some of these hot and tired seniors went home, some went out for more food or to a party, and some went home to finish homework (Physics!) for school the next morning.


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The Baccalaureate Mass, celebrated on June 6th, was held in a church other than Emmanuel. Because of work being done on Emmanuel, this last religious ceremony as a class for the graduating seniors was held at Holy Angels Church. Father Denny Gatto was the celebrant for the service which included the traditional candlelight ceremony and several readings by members of the class.

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With music provided by the Gem City Brass Quintet, the 223 members of the 1987 graduating class held their graduation ceremony on June 8th at Memorial Hall. The packed house was welcomed by Joe Pizza before being entertained with the performance of Terra Ecton, accompanied by Leslie Gaston, presenting the class song, "Friends" _ After the conferring of the diplomas, closing remarks were given by Cameron Kirby. Graduates, family and friends then gathered on the steps outside of Memorial Hall to congratulate one another and say ."Good-bye."


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Raina Bajpai Art III Pamela Becker Science Fiction - Mythology Physiology German IV Robert Bosticco U.S. Government Sociology Advanced Math Physics Ceramics Douglas Cooper American Society Today Lori Crosby Communications Media Jennifer Danielwicz Symphonic Band Emily Davis Popular Literature Elizabeth Fay American Authors European Authors Consumer Economics Leslie Gaston Chorus Music Theory Amy George Independent Living Todd Goubeaux Accounting II Kelly Hogg Art IV

Mary Jablonski Religion 12 World Problems Computer Literacy Spanish IV Kimberly Kramer Practical English Intensive Office Exp. II Julie McDermott Wardrobe Design Angie Mehall General Psychology Robin Mikula Basic Woodworking Jacquelyn Mosley 3 Dimensional Design James Mullins Mechanical Drawing Lora Reif Personal Typing Mark Royer U.S. Government Constance Sauer Culinary Arts Suzanne Setchell Child Psychology Ann Silverman Honors U.S. Government Honors Calculus Honors Physics Scott Spees Mechanical Drawing I Carolyn Zwolski Graphic Communications II

Elizabeth Fay National Merit Award Todd Goubeaux Perfect Attendance Eti Jones NAACP Youth Council Award Michael Leik 2nd in Class Award Lynne Peterson Kiwanis Youth Service Award Suzanne Setchell National Merit Award Ann Silverman 1st in Class Award Katherine Wiedeman Ohio Board of Regents Award Michael Williams National Achievement Finalist David Zecchini National Merit Award

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CRAZY! That certainly describes the life of an underclassman. We're either too young or too old, too preppy or too nerdy, too quiet or too loud, or just too, too much. Sit down! Be quiet! Study! Relax! Come here! Go there! That's right! Oh, no you won't! What's the matter with you?! When are you going to grow up?! Hey, when's someone going to listen to ME? It's because we're young . It's all just CRAZY!

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Natalie Boltz Carla Borgerding Lisa Bostick Christine Brackman

Jacqueline Breidenbach Christopher Brich Laura Brinkman Donald Brown

Alex Bryant Monica Bucklew Jerry Burnside Anita Buschur

Antonio Campbell Terrance Campbell Mary Carter Maya Carter Melanie Chatterji Tashama Christon David Cochran Bruce Copeland Kathryn Corrado Tricia Cox Char is Crawford Kathleen Crosby Theron Crosby Timothy Cummings

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Lisa Gallagher Julie George Jenny Glueckert Richard Grzymajlo

Duane HaJI Tasha Hall Michael Hand Eric Hanneken Cheree Harris Marianne Hemmeter Nathan Henninger Peter Hentrich . Peter Herz Michelle Hickman Christina Hill Jamey Hill Theresa Hoffman Jeffrey Honious

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Krystal Hubbard Andrew Hudepohl Christopher Hunter Mathew Hurley Kendall Isaac Eugene Jackson Karrie Jackson Darlene Jameson Anne Jansen Jeannie Jarrell Kimberly Johnson Patrice Johnson Brian Jones Camel a Jones Henderson 'Jones Jason Jones Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones

Robin Jones Tyrice Jones Nina Katovic Jason Kauflin

Erin Kelly Joel Kelly Shabnam Khavari Sheila Kilgallen

Stephen Kim Bartley Kincaid Jared King Cindy Kirby

Jennifer Klosterman Sarah Kobb Theodore Kopp Tiffaney Kuhn Jeffrey Kvidera Michael Labriola Jennifer Lair Sharee .Lane Lorraine Lange John Lawry Lawrence Lehmann Tracy Lewis Erica Littlejohn Benjamin Logan


David Long Amy Lorton Gregory Luehrs Michael Mahannah Vera Marsico Sean Mastin Tina Mathile Jennifer Mayfield Scott McCormick Jason McCumber Staci McDaniel Simon McDermott-Johnson Sean McKown Kathleen McNally Allen Metzger Rebecca Meyers Robin Mobley Tricia Monaghan

Matthew Morrison Dorothy Mueller Brian Nealon Crystal Nesbit

Ryan Ness Jennifer Nolan Thomas O'Brien Christine O'Connell

Deon O'Neal Josie O'Neill Richard Ossege Jeffrey Pate

Marcus Patmon Angela Pearson Stephen Pence Nicole Perry Jerome Pesch Christopher Peter Paul Peterson Mark Petkus Jeffrey Pickrel Matthew Pietrzak Cynthia Pizza Julie Platfoot James Pisek Steven Ponichtera


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J ennifer Schock Christine Scott Teresa Scott Heather Seibert

Sean Semler Michael Seubert Julie Shively Jeffery Shrader

Robert Shroyer Eden Shuck Aleshia Sickles Michael Silverman

Tashannah Sims James Smith Jeannette Smith Jonas Smith James Snyder Sarah Snyder James Spatz Patti Staggs Jeffrey Standridge Michelle Stegall Karen Stephens Kimberly Stevens Danielle Stokes Gina Stough

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Theodore Walter Amy Walters Aimee Ward Ceatra Washington

Melanie Webb Melissa Weber Jeremy Weger-Patterson Bobbie Wehner

Thaddeus Wells Martha Werner Beth Westgerdes Mollie Wheeler

Jennifer Wilcox Tanzania 'Williams Jeremy Wells Ryan Wilson Thomas Wolfe Alice Wood Melissa Worley

Christine Wysong Christopher Zapata Michael Zapata James Zobrist Douglas Zwolski

Not Pictured: Zachary Burba, Gregory Cooper, Christopher Couch, Anna Eltzroth, Marla Leese , Shira Loges, Julie Long , Robert Lowe, Pet'er Merz, David Parker, Kerry Walter.

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Frank Ambrose Charlie An Marjorie Atkins Stacy Badders Erica Baker Cindy Barnes Noelle Bartlam Jeffrey Bateman Eric Baumgardner Jeffrey Bensman Michelle Berwanger Diane Bittner Amy Bole Michael Bolton Gerry Borgerding Jennifer Borges Scott Bowles Chad Brack

Brian Brackman Mary Breidenbach Michael Brennan Julie Brinkman

Donald Brown Matthew Brown Michelle Brown Kelly Brubaker

Jennifer Buehrle Angela Burgmeier Anissa Burns Brad Bush

Joanne Bussinger Ty Camacho Kimberly Campbell Melissa Cap oral Donald Carruth Mary Cboins Wandarose Chapman Jawn Chasteen Brooke Chavez Pietro Chirco Renee Chromey Nicole Coleman Lisa Confer Monica Cordonnier

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Vinessa Emrich Beth Ernst Michael Espedal Bryon Ewing

Angela Faulkner Amy Fecke David Fissel Brian Foote

Rebecca Foster Christopher Fraser John Froschauer William Garlow

Lisa Garrison Sergio Genovesi Paul George Robert Gipson Jeffrey Gorman Leo Goubeaux Ann Gough Anthony Greene -Sheila Greene John Habel Mark Habel Aaron Hackett Wendy Hanselman Derrick Harris

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Eric Hutchison Jennifer Ivory Jeffrey Jacobson Camille James

Candi Jenkins Candace Jeter Stephanie Johnson Anise Jones

Julie Jones Michael Kalt Kerri Keeley Lawrence Kertesz

Patrick Keyes Fereshte Khavari Maurice Kilby Crystal King Scott Kleinman Sherry Kleismit Connie Klohe Christine Kolakowski Kelly Kompar Joseph Kowal Nichole Lafond Jeffrey Lake Cristal Lakin Brian Lawrence

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Kevin McEldowney James McGuire Kevin Mebane Mary Meixner

Brian Menker Christian Meranda Joseph Mercuri Julie Michael

Michael Miller Patrick Miller Todd Mobley Lisa Moell

Robin Morrisey Brian Murphy James Neff Tracie Neilson Robert Nelson Samuel Nelson Timothy Newlin Angela Newport Christopher Nitz Kayo Ono Erica Orr Julie Osterfeld Beth Owens Christine Owens

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Judith Ritchie Missie Robinson Joseph Roesle Tina Roesle

Luke Rosati Michael Ross Michael Ruff Rachel Sacksteder

Marcus Sampson Earnest Sanders Lily Savage Beth Schindler

Michael Schindler Eric Schneider Melissa Schneider Tirena Schnieders

Dennis Schock Daniel Schons Kevin Schroedel Paul Schubert ' Debra Schulker Emrick Selvage Eric Shick Alfred Sicard Carole Sills Jessica Smith Thomas Stasio Peter Stefan Jennifer Storck Harold Strickland

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Lawrence Yawn Christine Zinkiewicz

Not Pictured: Cory Akers, Steven Bucholtz, Michael Coyle, Andrew Estes, Eric Hale, Rodney Jones, Steven Keller, Anthony Krimm , Shelia Long, Matthew Rieser, Laura Roth, William Snyder, Susan Turner.

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Amy Adam Nicoletta Alaia Jeffrey Aldredge Leslie Alexander Sarah Allen Michanda Anthony Robyn Antonaros Melanie Arnold Shelia Augaitis Linda Babal Byron Bailey David Bailey Lisa Bardonaro Deana Barone Hilario Barrios Bret Beard Jennifer Bell Melissa Bell

Zoe Blakely Ann Bohman

Sue Bohman Heather Boland

Anthony Booher Melissa Boroff Louisa Borowick Thomas Bosticco

Thomas Bowling Patrick Brackman Casondra Brewer David Brown

Patricia Brun Michael Burdett Bruce Butt John Cahill Jared Camacho 路 Frederick Campbell James Campion Robert Carruth Lawralea Carter Joe Castellano Mindy Chadwick Brenda Clawson Brian Clemens Jeanne Cloyd


Michael Coleman Noel Coleman Randall Collini Jason Connors Nicole Connors George Costner Julie Craig Mark Cramer Tammy Dalton Nicholia Davenport Tami Davis Angela Decamp Shannon Dickenson James Duckro Joanne Duckro Luther Ellison Mark Evans Todd Farmer

Shannon Farrell James Fisher Paul Fisher William Flanagan

Brian Fletcher James Flynn Robert Folan Pamela Frei

Greg Gaier Michelle Godsey Robert Gondos Richard Goode

Krista Hahn Michelle Haines Nina Harawa Steven Harlamert Dreana Hill Sharon Hodson Melissa Hoffman Otto Hohm Michelle Honious Nelson Hooks Jennifer Horning Marc Huelsman Robert Huxtable Sandra lannarino

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Emily Lelak Jeannette Lincoln Tim Loose James Luther

Erica Mahone Maria Mann Anthony Mantle Mark Mariscalco

Paul Marshall Craig McLaughlin Yolanda McLemore Paula McLeod

Katherine Meixner James Melton William Menker Amy Mercuri Amy Michel Juanita Miller Kristine Mitchell Tamara Moehl Daniel Monaghan Angela Monnin Johanna Mueller Michelle Mullins Kevin Murray Mark Murray

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Joyce Platfoot John Pisek Brandon Polston Amy Pratt

Jason Pratt Carlton Preston Leonard Reed Brian Reid

Shelia Reid Bridget Riordan Christopher Roberts John Roderer

Vincent Sacksteder Carl Sagasser Kari Sanger Edgar Sarabia Catherine Sauer David Schleich Stephen Schmalstig Stephanie Schneider Christine Schubert . Amy Seibert Kevin Seitz Zubin Sethna Eric Shiverdecker Adrienne Sims

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Deborah Simson Elizabeth Sleight Emily Smith Linda Smith Nancy Smith Douglas Sollenberger Michael Stang Cahterine Stebel Douglas Stevens John Stevens Alexis Stokes Tiffany Styles Marc Sud a Jill Swintek Lara Szmaj Kelly Tangeman William Thade Sharon Thorndike

Nicolle Trent Brian Trentman Scott Tribbey Nicholas Trick

Sonya Turner Debora Ullmer Maria Urso Melinda Vallo

Ethan Voss Shaun Walder John Walling Patrick Walsh

Michael Walters Leslie Ward Lisa Ward William Waters Barbie Watkins Michelle Webb Stacey Westendorf Kara Westfall Kevin Westgerdes Meredith Wheeler Tahirih Wheeler Teresa Wilcox Anthony Williams Wendall Williams

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It was a hot, sweltering night in the auditorium for the annual Honors Assembly on

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Julie Thomas General Business Karen Woe rner Honors English 10 Honors Biology I Michael Bolton Honors Geometry Algebra II Trigonometry Gerry Borgerding English 10 Chad Brack Fine Arts - Music Robert Carruth Advanced Woodworking Jennifer Danielwicz Symphonic Band Emily Davis Popular literature Jacqueline Dudon Religion 10 Derek Eby Earth Science Anise Jones Art II Fereshte Khavari 1 English 10 Biology I Spanish I

John Barry English 9

Jason Kauflin Physical Education

Nathan Henninger Religion 9

Joseph Beer Honors Algebra I

Jennifer Klosterman Forms of Composition

Jennifer Jones French I

Nicole Boland Health

Sarah Koob Meal Planning

Michael Vendely Algebra I

Kathryn Corrado Fundamental Algeb ra

Amy Lorton World History

Ceatra Washington Experiences in Math

Robert Fisher Honors World Cultures German I

Rebeca Meyers Fine Arts - Art

Richard Grzymajlo World Cultures

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The 1986 Homecoming was dominated by the Centenary Celebration . 100 years of Catholic tradition was saluted by a rousing 40 unit parade through downtown Dayton, followed by an Open House and reception at Chaminade-Julienne High School. Welcome Stadium was the site for the Homecoming game. The state play-off bound Dunbar Wolverines kicked the Eagles 24-20 in an exciting match between two top teams. "What I Like About You" was on the Social Committee's mind as it decorated the Silver Ball Arena in red and silver, with records and balloons. Presiding over the 100th Anniversary Homecoming was the Homecoming Court: Queens; Mandy O ' Neill and Colleen Sullivan, Kings; Chris Bass and Shawn Ley , Junior Attendants; Sharon Thorndike and David Schleich, Sophomore Attendants; Monica Lewis and Joe Mercuri, Freshman Attendants; Jennifer L. Jones and Joel Kelly .

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There was no snow, no ice, no cold weather, but it was still a " Winter Dreamland" for the annual Christmas Dance held on December 19 at the Bus Stop Disco. With senior Lynne Peterson in charge, the disco set the scene for a lively night of .dancing to tunes spun by the Bus Stop D路J. Blue and gold Christmas ornaments decorated the tables of the students who began their Christmas vacation dancing and dreaming.

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The couples came out of a cold, wintery night into the hot and crowded Wegerzyn Garden Center, which was the site for the annual Father-Daughter Dance held on February 21 , from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. The night warmed up as the couples danced to the music spun by D-J, Mark Peterman, a 1974 graduate of C-J. Despite the slight tragedies of a missing wall and a broken pop machine , thoughts of "Just Me and My Dad" prevailed through the dancing and singing. Tpis was a great night for fathers and their daughters to spend some time together. Awards given for the prose and poetry contests were won by: Prose; First place, Shannon and T.T. Puckett; Second place, Stephanie Hendrickson. Poetry; First place, Angie Dix; Second place, Elizabeth Corrado.

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The 1987 Junior-Senior Prom was held May 2 at the University of Dayton Kennedy Union Ball Room from 9-12 P.M. The night was filled with singing and dancing to tunes spun by D-J Mark Peterman. The prom court consisting of King: Chris Olinger, Queen: Liz Fay; Senior Attendants: John Geraghty, Paula Walters, Scott Barwick, and Anita Babal; Junior Attendants: Jason Conners, Michanda Anthony, Jeff Aldredge , and Jill Swintek danced to the theme song, " Nights in White Satin", while the rest of the 200 couples looked on.


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"Doing well over 25" is a phrase that can be said about Sr. Ruth Anne Bange, Barbara Hinkle, Br. Bill Grundish, Martha Duffy , and Helen Anthe. They have devoted their teaching, counseling, and time to Chaminade-Julienne for over 25 years. They are the builders of the C-J aerie .

Mrs. A. Adcock Foreign Language

Mr . K. Amlin Athletic Director

Sr. R.A. Bange Science

Mrs. P. Beach Business

Mrs. B. Boose English

Ms. S. Beigel Physical Ed.

Mr. T. Allison Maintenance

Mrs. H. Anthe Business Director

Bro. E. Brink Science

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Mr. R. Chadwick Music

Mrs. L. Colas . Foreign Language

Mrs. C. Conway . English


Mr. T . Dillon Religion

Ms . M. DiStefano Librarian

Mrs. M. Duffy Mathematics

Mrs . M. Craig Main Office

Sr. K. Dalgarn Religion

Mr. J. Davis Business

Mr. De witt Mainte nance

Mrs. M. Edwards Counseling

Mrs . R. Ellis Nurse

These faculty members are the ones behind the scenes for the past seven years . They organize the academic programs, public relatipns, C-J functions, and student affairs .


Mr. Q. Gaddis Maintenance

Ms. R. Gilley Music

Sr. D. Grismer Social Studies

Featured in this photograph is the new C-J football helmet . Not only is the helmet new, but some of the teachers were new-comers at C-J this year. They are both top-of-the-line quality .

Rev . D. Gatto Religion

Mrs. M. Goode Attendance

Bro. W. Grundish Counseling

Bro. J. Habjan Academic Director

Mrs. M. Hardgrove English

Mrs. M. Heinz Attendance


These faculty members have worked at C-J for roughly ten years . Their presence has brought about progress and growth in counseling, sports, academics, and student services. From Don Weimert's open forum discussions to Mrs. Kramer's help to the yearbook staff, their efforts are strengthening the C-J program .

Mrs. B. Hinkle Social Studies

Mr . C. Hollis Maintenance

Mr. T. Hollis Industrial Arts

Mrs. V. Holmes Development

Ms. B. Holyoke Art

Ms. J. Huneke Physical Ed .

Deacon T . Huff Religion

Mrs . L. lannarino Business Office

Mr. K. Kavanaugh Student Services

Mrs . M. Kramer Main Office

Mrs. S. Kuchta Counseling

Rev. M. Lisbeth Religion

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Sr. Kim, Deacon Tom, and Leslie lannarino are fairly new faces among the teachers . They are professionally enriching our school in religion and are helping in fund-raising activities.

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Mr. C. Weimert Maintenance

Mr. D. Weimert Social Studies

Mrs . C. Wheeler Counseling


Ranging from the depths of the basement woodshop to the main office, came these new smiling faces . For most of the individuals in the picture, the 1986-87 school year was their first at C-J . But in that time it appears that they are enjoying themselves.

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Mr. J. Wise Industrial Arts

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Marcia Edwards and Steve Whiting have worked at C-J for about seven ' years, That is seven years in the counseling van for Mrs. Edwards a,nd everywhere from the classroom as a teacher to the tennis courts as the coach for Mr , Whiting.

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These faculty members are the "new kids on the block." They have been present at C-J for only a couple of years. They are just assimilating into the school and are doing a fine job of fitting in with other teachers and students. Although, Cathy Tracy may have had a rough time of it on the crutches.

For nearly seven years, these teachers have taught in courses dealing with the quadratic equation, morality, and foreign language. Let's not forget the thousands of headaches that Rachel Ellis, the school nurse, cured.


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The Christian Life Community meets at the Brother's house on Sunday afternoons. Their usual topics of discussion range from relationships to the role of Jesus and the church in your life. Father Denny and Mr. Brooks oversee the activities and are always willing to help.

The Black Student Union focused on bUilding the unity and strength of the black community at C-J. Shirelle Hayes led the B.S.U. in '86-87 with Marcia Keeton, V. Pres; Renee Francis, Sec; and Monica Brown, Tres.

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Despite not working at U.D. Basketball games this year, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes still stayed active. The FCA organized and helped with many school connected activities, including intramural basketball games and carnation sales. The President of FCA was Robin Mikula, V. Pres: Michelle Nitz, Tres: Todd Goubeaux, and Sec: Sheila Augaitis.


The Key Club is a community service oriented organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. The Key Club focuses on developing leadership skills and good citizenship qualities. Among other community services, the Key Club sponsored a Christmas food collection for the poor and a car wash to raise money for club functions . Key Club officers included Elana Chapman, Pres.; Jay Flynn, V. Pres.; Martha Kastner, Tres; and Tricia Thomas, Sec.

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JCOWA stands for Junior Council of World Affairs. These students come together to discuss world problems, new leaders of the world, and form a model U.N. Mrs. Boose was the moderator. This past year's officers were Steve Hiett, Pres; Rosie Chapman, V. Pres; Charlie An, Sec; and Ghris Morris, Tres.

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They weren't hunting fo r the lost ark, or romancing a stone, but there was plenty of body heat as Mrs. Kathleen Turner and the Science Club explored the world around them. A night hike at Germantown Reserve, visits to the Planetarian and the Museum of Natural History, fossil hunting at the Englewood Reserve, and programs of how the weather affects the wildlife were just some of the activities of this second year group. Leading the explorations were Jenny Danielewicz, Pres; Kathy Wiedeman, V. Pres.; Chris Lange, Tres; Monica Cordonnier, Sec; and Bridget Leo, announcer.

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Against Drunk Driving organization is one of many across 路the U.S. SADD's main goal is to warn and to make teenagers aware of the danger of drunk driving. This year's officers were Rosie Chapman, Pres; Kim Walendzak, Sec; and Karen Woerner, Tres.


Ombuds is closely affiliated with the office of student services. Ombudsmen try to help students with any problems and answer any questions that they have before a crisis oc路 curs. One of their most important jobs of the year is in helping out with freshman orientation. The President of Ombuds was Suzi Setchell.

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Service activities and high academic standards were the criteria for National Honor Society membership. These school leaders tutored students, helped out at Open House activities and worked on the Career Day Program. Last year's officers were Jacquie Mosley, Pres; Rob Wittman, V. Pres; Rob Bosticco, Tres; and Mike Kelly, Sec.


Chaired by Lynne Peterson, the Social Committee organized a very special Mother-Son Dinner Dance. Because of the centenary celebration, Lynette Kremer and the Spirit Committee had a busy year. Spirit week and a big parade through downtown Dayton highlighted Homecoming Week. Lynette also organized the pep rallies and the annual MASH/Blood Donor Day.

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Blood Donor Day, known as Mash Day, gave the C-J students an opportunity to serve the community. Working with the Blood Plasma Center, students 17 and older volunteered to give a pint of their blood. Afterward, food was available before the journey back to the classroom. Students enjoyed dressing up as their favorite Mash characters, riding in the wheelchair, or being carried in on a stretcher. Lynette Kremer and the Spirit Committee was in charge of the project.


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The tenth annual Chaminade-Julienne Marching Band Festival, held September 28, 1986, was a smashing success. The Marching Band and .Drill Team prepared for three months, starting in August with band camp at Bergamo center, and continuing with long practices after school in early September. Hard work paid off at the annual event as C-J welcomed fifteen bands from various parts of the state to Welcome Stadium to compete for OMEA ratings and special trophies. C-J's own Marching Band and Eagle Guard performed 路their halftime and pregame shows featuring such tunes as "Where is Love" (from Oliver! ), "Killer Joe", and " Firestar" .


The C-J Drill Team, who go by the stage name "Your Highness", departed from the Marching Band unit in December to work on a new image for the winter-spring season. Supervisors Bill Torres and Andi Colbert coached the unit throughout the season as "Your Highness" performed at basketball games and various competitions. In New Philadelphia, the team won 5th place in the High School Division for the state. The grim-faced performers dressed in sharp, black uniforms took to the court with the music of Yello and the Art of Noise. Off court, the girls (and, of course, male member, Mark Mariscalco) jammed with the Beastie Boys.

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"Broadway Music" was the title for the annual Pops Concert held March 29, 1987, at C-J. Five路foot high "Playbills" decorated the audito路 rium as the C-J Music Department played hits from musicals dating as far back as 1953. The Mixed Chorus performed four songs from the musical West Side Story: "America", "One Hand One Heart", "Maria", and "Tonight". The Women's Chorus continued with "I Feel Pretty". Next, the Symphonic Band saluted the late Robert Preston with a medley of songs from The Music Man and also performed songs from Fiddler on the Roof. Other selections were performed by the String Ensemble, Jazz Lab Band, and Men's Chorus.

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The Jazz Lab Band continued to impress the crowds as a new generation of musicians participated in 1987. Seniors John Geraghty on trumpet, Nikki Klepper on vocals and alto sax, Leslie Gaston on piano, and Kathy Wiedeman on trombone became the year's masters of improvisation on such tunes as "Southbound", "Willow Weep for Me", "Cappucino", "Saints Alive!", and "God Bless the Child" . Other soloists were: Mike Bolton, Jenny Danielewicz, and Jim Luther. As always, the band continued their tradition of going away from home to perform. This year the band went to Findlay College, Notre Dame, and various parochial schools in Dayton.


The four year-old String Ensemble showed marked improvement during the 86-87 school year. Seniors Renee Francis, Terra Ecton, and Pat Smith showed their staying power as the ensemble of 11 performed at in-school performances and visited Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, for an orchestra clinic. Other members were : Kristal Hubbard , Greta Szmaj, Crystal Lakin , Emily Lelak, Pat Smith, Christine Schubert, and accompanist Charlie An. They continued to learn how to play their instruments while enjoying the closeness of a small group . The String Ensemble also received an " Excellent" rating at the OMEA solo and ensemble competition.

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The Music Awards Banquet was held on May 26, 1987. Most Improved awards: Marching Band Carrie Froschauer Chorus Section Sopranos Symphonic Band Leslie Dunn Eagle Guard Chrissy Tieg Chorus Michael Burdett Jazz Lab Band Jennifer Danielewicz Most Outstanding awards: Marching Band Steve Keller Jazz Lab Band Leslie Gaston Eagle Guard Cristal King Director's award, service: Mary Jablonski Debi Simpson John P. McHale award, vocals: Nickie Klepper Chaminade Alumni award, service: Kathy Wiedeman Julie McDermott Marines ' "Semper Fidelis " award: Jennifer Danielewicz Leslie Gaston Bro. B. Griffin award, senior:

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The Festival of Music was held on May 28, 1987 at the Convention Center. Dayton Daily News columnist Mickey Davis (father of Carrie, '90) was the emcee as the Music Department honored its Senior musicians. Vocalist Mike Kelly led the Men's Chorus through a version of "Teenager in Love". Nickie Klepper with the Jazz Lab Band, sang "Almost Like Being in Love," and also played saxophone with Jenny Danielewicz on their duet in "Blues for a Sunday Morning" . Finally, the Symphonic Band accompanied five performers at the end of the concert: flautist Jenny Danielewicz on "Concertino", a trumpet trio consisting of John Geraghty, Carla Austin, and Stephan Sanders; and pianist Leslie Gaston on the Gershwin classic "Rhapsody in Blue" .


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On April 24 and 25 , C-J presented Cheaper by the Dozen. Cheaper by the Dozen stars a practical, old-fashioned, middle-aged man , Mr . Gilbreth (J. Flynn) who is trying to keep his heart trouble a secret from his family . Meanwhile, his teenage daughter , Anne (5 . Schneider), is trying desperately to free herself from her father's grasp and enter the world of boys and silk stockings. Anne and her 11 siblings are the most intelligent kids around, thanks to Dad, and excell in all academic areas at school. Anne does not understand that her father is pushing her to finish school early so she can help her mother (R. Sacksteder) take care of the family in the face of his imminent death . Finally, both father and daughter come to realize that not only is a family run by Robert's Rules of Order, but should be run by love, too .


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In 1987, Chaminade-Julienne welcomed the arrival of the Muse Machine. This locally-based group has chapters in most Dayton-area schools, and a student can become a member for $5. Membership in the Muse Machine entitles a student for discounts on in-school performances, such as the French Operetta Romeo et Juliette, or the musical, Carousel. In February, students Shaun Walder, Rachel Sacksteder, and Candice Etson performed in the "Muse Search" competition held at the Memorial Hall. Walder and Etson went on to the finals held at Langtrees, and Etson went all the way to first' place in the dance category. Both Walder and Etson performed at Carrillon Park. -

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THANKS TO ALL PARENTS, STUDENTS, AND FACULTY

FOR YOUR CONT INUED SUPPORT AND EFFORTS D'UR ING THE PAST YEAR!


AMERICAN HOME MAGAZINE Award Winning Honles by ...

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Marion '58 Jane '64 Doug '90 Love, Mom & Dad

1504 Troy Street • Dayton, Ohio • 45404

Best Wishes 1987 Graduates Hours: Daily 9 To 7 Sat. 7:00·4:30

Phone 277·9061 For Your Floral Needs Call

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Congratulations Graduates Of Corpus Christi Parish

Anita Babal Brian Bergman Paul Bernard Randy Eifert John Geraghty Patricia Jackson Sue Ann Kleinshnitz Christine Lange Dennis McGarry

Laura Nicolini Robyn Porter John Prikkel Mark Royer Ann Silverman Teresa Upthegrove Katherine Widerman Tonya Hall Eric Brinkman

Garden Shop

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Gifts For Any Occasion Weaving - Stained Glass Pottery - Woodworking - Toys Soft Sculpture Crocheting - Water CO.lors

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Harold B. Lammert

5424 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45415 277 -2633 Directly Across From ;fhe Barnsider Restaurant

Dalw W. Filburn John H. Babb Donald L. Simson

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Yvette Fields

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Thomas Gardner Jr.

Robert Priest

Karen Hoff

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Fine Jewelery Watch Repairs 501 Xenia Ave. Dayton, Ohio

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Bradford Bernier

Jeffrey Miller

Robert Bosticco

Michael Muhl

Sarah Caporal

James Patterson

Richard Dahm

Mary Retter

Michael DeAloia

Michelle Ruff

Amy George

Suzanne Setchell

Elaine Healy

Kathryn Sprauer

David Hentrich

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Englewood, Ohio Jewelry Gifts For Every Occasion

Patrick Dunavin Matthew Eckley Derrick Hardin Dave Hoendorf Roger Hudepohl John Jansen Sean Kuhn Jacki Loffer James Ly James Mullins Patrick Noonan . Kenneth Quatman Theresa Russo Marianne Schlangen Joann Smith David Weckesser Robert Wittman Jr .

Constance Sauer Patrick Smith Stephen Sweat Amber Vogel LaVonna Wilcox

Ann Fischer Vincent Hansford Lisa Johnson Teresa Lucente Amy Sauer

From HOLY FAMILY Fr. Tom HOPPi Pastor Mr. Tom Huff, Deacon


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The yearbook staff is a group of dedicated students whose goals are to prepare a history of the past year and to preserve in pictures and writing memories. This centennary edition has tried to capture a picture of life in the Eagles' nest. Staff members of the 1986路87 Aerie were: Carolyn Zwolski and Connie Sauer, editors; Stephanie Mayer, Michelle Nitz, Leslie Gaston, John Geraghty, Mike Mathile, Scott Monaghan, Jill McCormick, Kelly Hogg, Dave Weckesser, Brian Bucklew, Kate Sauer, Elizabeth Sleight, Nick Trick, and Mr. D. Thomas, advisor.

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