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JAMES J. BROPHY 
ELEANOR J. SIGBORN 



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Youth is typically in motion. 

Whether in the gymnasium or clinic 

or library or dormitory, the student's 

mind and body are seldom at rest. 

To still the activity of the youth of Loyola 

is a most difficult task, one which we 

would not have attempted except to preserve 

some of the vigor and effervescence 

found in the student body. 

We hope that in this still life, 

the 1 962 Loyolan, we hove succeeded. 




HIGHLIGHTS 6 

ADMINISTRATION 56 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 80 

ACADEMICS 102 

HONORARIES 172 

ORGANIZATIONS 188 

PUBLICATIONS . 234 

GREEKS AND RESIDENCE HALLS .250 

ATHLETICS 306 

GRADUATES 336 



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About the time the invigorating brisk- 
ness of Fail permeates the Chicago 
climate, one often sees dazed and 
wandering freshmen crossing the Chicago 
college campuses. Not at Loyola, how- 
ever, for as on aid to the Loyola Fresh- 
man, who is entering a foreign world, 
Loyola has on Orientation Week before 
the school year begins. During this week 
he is given an opportunity to become ac- 
quainted with the campus, its facilities, 
and its organizations- 
Talks by the various deans of the Uni- 
versity and other officials give him on 
idea of what to expect during his years 
at Loyola. Organization leaders, too, 
ploy an important part in this week of 
transition, for their welcomes introduce 
him to the academic, political, and social 
worlds that are Loyola. 



FALL AND FRESHMEN COME TO LOYOLA 




Coffee and sympathy for incoming 
freshmen are dispensed by Kathy Ze- 
lesko and Shiela Walsh. 





Brave New Worlds are conquered dur- 
ing Orientation Week. 



A meditation on inflation is made by 
an incredulous freshman student. 




La petite Nursing Council chorus 
could-could con-con. Standing: Dione 
Anstett, Kothy Loftus, Diane Peiniger, 
Esther Deszcz, Barbara Phillips, ond 
Ellen McCann. Seated: Kereen Fors- 
ter, Pat Mulvihill, Olive Schneider, 
Mary Bronigon, ond Moureen Martin. 



Meeting at the Beany Bounce are (I. to r.) Wayne Jorgensen, 
Diane Graham, Sue Brockhous, Nancy Olsen, ond Frank Lorkin. 




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Darlene O'Brochto and winning trophy ore in the clutches of Chi 
Theta Upsilon Sorority's Winning Ugly Man, Pete Stratte. 



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Dinah Shore entertains 1,100 guests at the annual Stritch Medical School 
Dinner. Highlights of the evening were the presentation of Stritch Award 
to Dr. Callahan and the surprise donation of $2,000,000 by Mrs. Frank 
J. Lewis and an anonymous benefactor. 



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Interfraternity Council. Standing: 
Michael Truppa, James Murray, 
Dennis Potusnick, John Billimack, 
Robert Wall. Seated: Kenneth Hennig, 
Ralph Wydra, Joseph Scully, and 
James Harris (president). 



IN CORPORE SANO 



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Loyola's Greek Week this year in- 
cluded panel discussions on fraternity 
problems, a convocation, and the tra- 
ditional Greek games. The events were 
sponsored by the Interfraternity Coun- 
cil. 

A leadership conference, headed by 
Joe Scully of Tau Kappa Epsilon, ex- 
plored such problems as fraternity fi- 
nances, rushing, alumni relations, and 
scholarship, through panels composed 
of fraternity members. The notes of 
these meetings were recorded and 
mode available to each fraternity. 

The annual Greek Week Dance, this 
year held in the King Arthur Room of 
the Sheraton-Chicago Hotel, added a 
bit of glitter to a hard day of commit- 
tee discussions. The dance was open 
to all fraternity members. 

On Sunday afternoon, October 8, the 
Greek Games took place on Lake 
Shore's athletic field. Tau Koppo Ep- 
silon won the mock chariot race, while 
Alpha Delta Gamma took the Olympic 
championship. An award convocation 
was held in the Student Union after 
the gomes. 

The all-over effect of the activities 
promoted unity among the fraternities 
and introduced prospective pledges to 
fraternity life. The spirit of coopera- 
tion which prevailed at the leadership 
committees strengthened the position 
of the Interfraternity Council as a uni- 
fying force and clarified the role of 
fraternities in Loyola life. 




With rare Greek form, Tau Delta Phi's 
Don Dores hurls a record discus 88' 
101/2" ot Dumbach Hall. 




The exhausted but triumphant Tau 
Kappa Epsilon charioteers are (I. to r.) 
Mike Greco, Bill Merrill, Austin Rig- 
ney, Dan Yukich, and Ken Such. Bobbi 
Mirek looks on approvingly. 




GOBLINS GATHER 



The Great Pumpkin, Dave Raia, with 
attendants, Joan Discher and Sue 
Brockhaus, prepares to answer letters 
at the "Superstition Swing" Mixer. 



This curious array of Dorm Holloween Party tricksters (and 
treaters) include Jim Butowski, Kay Grey, Ed Sovont, Poul Davis, 
Mary Ellen Robb, Mary Therese Marriott, and Joe Two. 





Anolyzing and appraising Pope John 
XXIII's dynamic encyclical, Moter et 
Magistra, is Mr. Donold J. Thorman, 
Editor of Ave Moria mogazine and 
guest speoker at Loyola's Fall Theology 
Lecture Series. 



Relating oft misunderstood devotions 
to their correct concepts, Rev. Robert 
F. Horvonek, S.J. (Professor of 
Philosophy, West Baden College) 
enlightens an audience of Fall 
Theology Lecture Series listeners. 





Rev. John F. Bligh, S. J. (Professor of 
iacred Scripture, Heythrop College, 
Dxford), another invited Foil Theology 
Series lecturer, presents a scholarly 
jverview of contemporary scriptural 
study and its applicotion to the 
twentieth century Christian. 



The prospects for the coming Second 
Vatican Council are critically and 
competently evaluated by Loyola's 
fourth guest speaker. Rev. Bernard 
Leeming, S.J. (Professor of Dogmatic 
Theology, Heythrop College, Oxford). 

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FOUNDERS DAY COMMEMORATED AMID SPEECHES AND AWARDS 




Founders Day Civic Award Recipi- 
ents. Back Row: Mr. Fred B. Snite, 
Mr. Lowell T. Coggeshall, Mr. Clifford 
J. Campbell, ond Judge William J. 
Touhy. Front Row: Rev. James F. Ma- 
guire, Mr. Marshall Field, Jr., Mrs. 
Marguerite Stitt Church, Mrs. Julia 
Deal Lewis, and Mr. Joel Goldblatt. 




Founders Day Student Award Recipi- 
ents. Sfanding: M. Norton Flanagan 
(Med.), Peter R. Cunningham II 
(Dent.), Mary K. Bussert (Basic Nurs.), 
Robert L. Wall (Bus. Ad.), James F. 
Harris (Arts), and Richard E. Triska 
(Soc. Work) Seated: Thomas C. Hynes 
(Law), Anne E. Yourg (S.A.L.), Rev. 
James F. Maguire, Alice J. McHugh 
(Nurs.), and Earl C. Olsen (Univ. Col.). 



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FOUNDERS' DAY 

Loyola commemorated its ninety- 
first anniversary this year with the 
third annual Founders' Day celebra- 
tion. The program consisted of two 
convocations and the exclusive Presi- 
dent's Ball, all held on the last day 
of October. 

The Honorable Marguerite Stitt 
Church highlighted the morning con- 
vocation with an address pointing out 
the student's role in world affairs. 
Immediately afterward, Alumni As- 
sociation Citations were awarded to 
seven former Loyolans, including 
entertainer Bob Newhart. 

The afternoon convocation, held by 
the Student Presidents Committee, 
featured speeches by John J. Ward, 
Marylee Cullen, and Thaddeus Wy- 
roski. Founders' Day student awards 
were given to one student from each 
Loyola college Recipients were James 
F. Harris, Thomas C. Hynes, Earl C. 
Olsen, Richard E. Triska, M. Norton 
Flanagan, Peter R. Cunningham II, 
Robert L Wall, Alice J. McHugh, 
Mary K. Bussert, and Anne E. Young. 

The President's Ball was held in 
the Guildhall of the Ambassador West 
Hotel. Approximately six hundred 
couples attended the formal dance. 




Seen at the President's Ball at the 
Ambassador West ore Diane Peiniger, 
Jim Brophy, Jockie Fulgensi, Fred 
Green, Ellie Sigborn, and Martin 
Jones. 






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Borbara Ann Mirek, Miss Loyola of 1962. 




Newly crowned Miss Loyolo, Bobbie Mirek, dances with her escort, 
Kevin Martin, after the coronation ceremony. 



Miss Loyola Candidates. Top Row: Solly Fitzgerald, Ann Yourg, 
Noreen Raia, Ginny Becker, Katherine Till, Sharon Donn, Borbora 
Kozik, Rita Hayes. Middle Row; Bobbie Mirek, Diane Anstett, 
Joyne Wysgowski, Kay Kiley, Mimi Duggan, Charlotte Popp. 
Bottom Row: Peggy Geffinger, Barbara Gongol, Joanne Phillips. 




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The Grandballroom of the Palmer House was the setting 
of the coronation of the 1961-62 Miss Loyola. Over one 
thousand attended to see Miss Barbara Ann Mirek crowned. 

This year the Miss Loyola contest was revised. The second 
third, and fourth place candidates now compose the queen's 
court. They were Diane Anstett, Mimi Duggon, and Noreen 
Rcia. Miss Loyola and her Court were featured on a lovely 
float in this year's Pow-Wow float parade. 




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Donald Tadda playing the role of the mighty King of Siam 
Instructs his many children in the Curtain Guild's musical pro- 
duction of The King and I. 



The ever understanding Candida (Jo Ann Henner) offers inspiration 
to the sensitive poetry of her devoted Marchbcnks (John 
Marquette). 



VERSATILITY SHOWN BY GUILD 




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Victors at Loyola's annuol intercollegiate Jesuit Debate Tourno- 
ment are home team representatives Jerry Woynerowski, Kael 
Kennedy, Nancy Klickmon, and Mary Lee Cullen, 




DEBATERS HOST AND WIN TOURNAMENT 




As the results pour in, Jim Fletcher proudly posts Loyolo's winning 
debate record. 

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The 1961 Union Board sponsored 
Pow-Wow weekend was a grand suc- 
cess. It began Friday evening, 
December first, with a jazz concert 
held in the Mundelein Auditorium. 
Professional acts were featured 
such as the Second City Review, 
Ernestine Anderson, Dick Gregory, 
and Marks and Frigo. More than 
one thousand attended the show. 
After the concert the audience 
moved out to the athletic field for 
a bonfire and pep-rally. 

Saturday's float parade consisted 
of nineteen competitive floats and 
also a float for Miss Loyola and her 
court. After the parade there was 
a luncheon in the Campus Center 
which was followed by a pushball 
contest between the Freshmen and 
the Sophomores (the winners). 

Saturday evening the Ramblers 
defeated Assumption of Canada in 
Loyola's first game of the season. 
The game was followed by a Victory 
Dance held in the Crystal Ballroom 
of the Edgewater Beach Hotel. 
Bobbie Mirek, Miss Loyola, presen- 
ted the award for the best float to 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. The winners 
of the house decorations contest 
was Alpha Delta Gamma. 

This year's Homecoming was 
exhausting for all participants, but 
proved to be the most exciting week- 
end of the year. 




Phyllis Lansu and Jan Lechowltz get 
into the spirit of the Pow Wow at the 
tepee ticket-booth. 




Miss Loyola and her Court: Diane Anstett, Mimi Duggon, Noreen Raia, Bobbie Mirek. 




The Pow-Wow bonfire provides a bockdrop for Sue Brodley, Karolyn Bronnon, Kathy 
Margie Stacy, ond Mary Lee Gross as they enflame the students with Rombler spirit. 



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Highlighting the Pow-Wow Jazz Concert, the Second City troupe 
was unnecessarily prepared for a cold reception. 



Chaos reigns as the sophomores beat 
the freshmen in the push ball contest. 




The seldom-heard school song was sung by the Glee Club at 
the lunch following the float parade. 







Tau Kappa Epsilon's winning float is 
manned by Marilyn McKenna, Jim 
Butzek, Mary Jane Wallace, Don 
Yukich, Carol Fullam, and Fred 
Green. 



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Theta Phi Alpha Sisters Linda Doman, 
Eileen McNulty, Mory Ann Kosol, 
trim the tree in the Lake Shore Union. 




Rev. James J. Mertz, S.J., ossisted by 
Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J. and Rev. 
Thomas F. Murray, S. J., blesses the 
Christmas Crib. 



PARTIES HIGHLIGHT CHRISTMAS VACATION 




The Coed Club sponsors the "Mistletoe Magic" donee during the Christmas vacation. Tom 
Brettschneider and Bevlynn Sullens welcome Mory O'Brien, Joe Strobe!, George Obmaur, 
Sue Troglia, John Sheehan, and Colleen Earle. 



Theta Phi Alpha girls don candy 
canes for a party in the Rambler 
room. 





Bringing in the New Year at the Teke 
house are Carol Swanson, Jim Brophy, 
Mary Taylor, Connie Entrup, and Ray 
Morrissy. 



THE WORLD COUNCIL IN FOCUS 



Dr. Joseph Sittler, renowned Lutheran 
theologian, reviews his notes before 
lecturing on the World Council of 
Churches and Catholic - Protestant 
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Lenore Quinn leads beginners Beverly Adams and Dolores Andry- 
chowski down an advanced slope. Will they or won't they? 



BREAKS 



Some of the breaks received by the 1962 Loyola skiers were a broken 
leg by George Kollintzas, a torn ligament by Austin Rigney, and bruises from 
head to toe by Lenore Quinn. Yes, the Ski Week was very eventful. Besides 
getting injured, the Loyolans spent the week chalet-cramming, partying, 
sleigh-riding and even skiing. 




On the balcony of the Crystal Moun- 
tain lodge ore Mary Kate Zimmer- 
man, Lenore Quinn, Beverly Adams, 
Miss Vaccaro, Jim Brophy, and 
Barbara Pleva. 



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Ski Enthusiasts off for Crystal Mountain. Standing: Adrian Schostok, Eileen O'Connor, Mary 
Jo Luschek, Loraine Rintz, Mary Kattner, Dolores Andrychowski, Bill Sand, Mary Kate 
Zimmerman, Henry Sullivan, John Von Bramer, Jo Ellen Tomsic, Bobbie Mirek, Kevin 
Martin. Kneeling: Austin Rigney, James Brophy, Andrew Gaiziunas, Fred Green, James Hill, 
Lenore Quinn, Beverly Adams, Joseph Tomaszewski, Victor Giedraitis. 



"Super-Skiers" Don Kunath, Eve 
Friend, Fred Green, and Henry Sulli- 
van prepare for another day on the 
hills. 





Sorority sisters gather at the St. Clair Hotel for a rushing tea sponsored by the Intersorority 
Council during I.S.C. Greek Week. 



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Sweet harmony comes forth from the Intersorority Council as they 
serenade the Alpha Delts during Greek Week. 



SORORITIES UNITE FOR WEEK 



The third annual Intersorority Greek Week took 
place during the week of February 12, 1962. The 
Chairman of the events was Helen Slattery of Kappa 
Beta Gamma. 

The Greek Week was mainly a week of rushing, 
beginning with registration of freshmen interested 
in pledging a sorority. 

Thursday night the Sorority girls serenaded the 
three fraternity houses and Sunday the week ended 
with a tea at the Saint Clair hotel. 




The Greek Week committee: Standing: Joan Tengblad, Mary 
Miller, Joanne Phillips, Cathy Silvagni, Dolores Baker, Ann Van 
Riemsdyk, Joanne Caruso. Seated: Marge Schneider, Sandy Domes, 
Helen Slattery, Melanie Yittman, Anne Roehrich. 





Tau Delta Phi sings on animoted phone conversation, "Going Steady," as their contribution 
to the onnual Variety Show. 




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Glenn Phillips and Tony Madonia 
discuss lighting effects for the show. 




FOR ANNUAL VARIETY Sh _ 

"Broadway Comes to College" was the theme of this 
year's Variety Show. The show, staged for the eleventh year, 
achieved its fullest University participation: two hundred and 
fifty students were involved in its production. The Arts Council 
produced the show; the Business Council handled the financial 
arrangements; and the Nursing Council was in charge of 
publicity. 

For the first time in its short history, the Variety Show 
engaged a professional director, Mr. Randolph Avery. Students 
who primarily assisted Mr. Avery in the production of the show 
were James Reilly, the producer, and Glen Phillips, the stage 
manager. 

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Annette Vigeant and Jerry Oskorep sing a duet as part of the 
Glee Club act. 





Barbara Gongol sings a song from 
Guys ond Dolls for an appreciative 
oudience. 



Members from Alpho Delta Gamma 
paraphrase songs from South Pacific 

in their rendition of the "South 
Building." 




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sings folk songs for the Variety Show 
audience. 



Theto Phi Alpha captures the Organization and Iggy trophies 
dressed as scrubwomen in a Broadway song and dance routine. 



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Having lustily damned the Yankees, 
Sigma Delta Phi solemnly dismisses 
them. 




Delighting all with her graceful 
motion and stirring tones, Joanne 
Henner muses on a "lazy afternoon." 



The theme of the show, "Broadway 
Comes to College," was carried out 
with many excerpts and a few par- 
odies from such Broadway musicals 
as "Bye Bye Birdie," "The Boy 
Friend," and "Gypsy." The Friday 
night awards for the best group act 
and for the best individual perform- 
ance went to Theta Phi Alpha's 
"Broadway Scrubwomen," and to vi- 
olinist Ned Poulionis. The "scrub- 
women" from Theta Phi Alpha went 
on Saturday night to make it a clean 
sweep by winning the Alumni Asso- 
ciation's "Iggy" award for the best 
act in the whole show. 




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Augustinas Paulionis won the Individual Performance Award with 
a masterful display of classical violin technique. 



The Nursing Council musically considers a typical campus problem 
in "The Boy Friend." 




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CELEBRATIONS BEGIN EARLY 



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High lighting the Mardi Gras Masque King James (1) Murray 
and Queen Erin Clifford are flanked by their knights and ladies 
in waiting. Back Row: Pat Mulvihill, Mike Promen, Larry Grady, 
Tom Grady, Tom Nolan, and Nancy Siattery. Front Row: Mary 
Lee Gross, Jim Harris, and Donna Siuda. 







Dancing over colored lights at the Mardi Gras Masque, the gala crowd awaits midnight when 
balloons and streamers will fill the air. 



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"Arividerce" is bid to Father Felice 
and the departing Loyolans by Father 
Moguire. 



With blood thirsty glint the mutinous crew of S.S. Saturnia eagerly owoits the cactoin's 
orders. 




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The Mass of the Holy Ghost opens the Roman semester 



LOYOLA CULT 




Ninety-two students and nine faculty mem- 
bers embarked for Europe last February to 
man the new Loyola Center in Rome. The 
group, under the direction of the Rev. John 
Felice, S.J., traveled by bus to New York 
where they boarded the Soturnia for Naples, 
Italy. There they were met by the Italian Min- 
ister of Education. 

The Center is located only forty-five min- 
utes from Vatican City, and near such at- 
tractions as the Forum, St. Peter's and the 
Pantheon. Loyola is the first American Uni- 
versity to have such a center. 

The students were integrated with repre- 
sentatives from thirteen other American col- 
leges and universities for a semester lasting 
until June, Carrying a maximum of fif- 
teen credit hours, ample time is left for sight- 
seeing and travel. 



Before commencing their semester's 
studies, Loyolans pay tribute to the 
tragedies of war at Rome's Tomb 
of the Unknown Soldier. 



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Inaugurating the "World in Crisis" 
lecture series, Jean Beliard, French 
Consul, spoke on the France of De 
Gaulle. 




Distinguished artist, Bernard W. Cul- 
len participated in the Fine Arts 
series with a presentation of "The 
Role of Art in Education." 



CULTURE AND CRISES DOMINATE SPRING LECTURES 



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The Dental School onnual Variety Show takes ploce in the Loyola Community theatre. 



DENTS SING AND DELTA SIGS CROWN 



Miss Maggie Daly, a columnist for the American, presents a bouquet of roses to the Delta 
Sigma Pi queen, the "Rose of Delta-Sig." 





Mike Lynch, John Van Bramer, and Colie Connolly get out the vote. 



Jim Schneider tells seniors he will be 
their president. 




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Ron Miller rides bock of Hal Schoen of Dayton in second half of National Invitational Tourna- 
ment semifinal gome in Modison Square Garden, (AP photo) 



N.I.T. TOPS SUCCESSFUL SEASON 



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Spring of 1962 brought with it a 
reincarnation of the renowned Loyola 
Fair. Absent were the ferris wheel, 
tilt-a-whirl, and casino which charac- 
terized the fairs of previous years. 
This void was filled by on international 
atmosphere — the theme of this year's 
fair. Organizations constructed booths 
in the Campus Center, each depicting 
a different country. Alumni Gymna- 
sium was transformed into a nite club, 
complete with amateur and profession- 
al acts, dancing, and a strolling violin- 
ist. The weekend was completed by a 
dance Saturday night, and the concert 
highlighted by the Brothers Four, 
Phyllis Diller, and Peter Nero on Sun- 
day. 





Customer Hugh Arnold inspects the 

pizza being sold by Ido Parlenti and 

Tony Zompano at the International 
Fair. 



INTERNATIONAL FAIR 



A group of Loyola students keep time 
during the International Fair Donee. 



Taking a break during preparations 
for the Foir ore heads and committee 
members standing: John Tosto, Pot 
Mulvihill, Sue Dupre, John Collins, 
Pot Nobilio, and Steve Cox; seated: 
Mick Donahue, Ann Gilligan, Judy 
Kosloskus, Mary Kay Bussert, ond 
Moryonne Hopkinson. 





RENEWS OLD TRADITION 



The Brothers Four entertained the International Fair participants 
along with comedienne, Phyllis Diller, and Jazz arist, Peter Nero. 



Seen toasting to the success of the 
Fair are Darlene O'Brochta, Dick 
Lenehan, Mory Kate Zimmerman, and 
Bob Shearin. 



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Loyola Rifle Team. Standing: Arthur Koe, Ronald Hege, Sgt. 
Morgan Murphy, Team Coach; Major John Sanderson, Moderator; 
William Kerr. Kneeling: Frank Baukert, Anthony Scala, Ronald 
McDonald. 



RVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS 



The Drill Team won third place at 
the University of Illinois Invitational 
Drill Meet. 





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The Military Science department this year wit- 
nessed the continued success of its R.O.T.C. program. 
Freshman Orientation, Drill Team Meets, and Rifle 
Team Shoots were all carried out with dedication and 
healthy esprif de corps. 

The year's social highlight was the annual Mili- 
tary Ball, at which Miss Nancy Ann Holm was chosen 
Queen for 1962, Cadets displayed their drill prowess 
at the Federal Inspection and Presidential Review, 
held at end of the year. The Girls' Rifle Team, formed 
lost year, increased its membership and began to dis- 
tinguish itself in inter-collegiate meets. 




Military Science Instructors: Maj, John Gagin, Lt, Col, Matthew 
Giuffre, Maj, John Sanderson, Capt, Frank Gartman, M/Sgt. 
Melvin Wagner. 



George N, Kollintzas, Assistant Deon of Students, Frank Dentzer, 
Dave Swinehart, and Don Kunath engage in a conversation on 
maneuvers during Summer Camp at Ft. Riley, Kansas, 




Monsieur Jean Beliord, French Consul General, receives the 1961 
Consulier Medallion from Lt. Col. Matthew Giuffre and the Very 
Rev, James F. Maguire, S.J. 





EUROPE WELCOMES 



Kathy Hawkins and Fr. Felice present 
G copy of the Loyolan to the president 
of Italy, Giovonni Gronchi. 



Sixty-four Loyolans embarked on a three-month trip last June 
to twleve European countries. Included were visits to England, Sweden, 
Norway, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, 
Scotland, France, and Italy, where they had an audience with His 
Holiness Pope John XXIII. 

Although primarily a pleasure trip, many students earned 
academic credits by combining study with their travel. A unique 
opportunity was given these vagabonds as they visited many of the 
leading universities on the continent. Courses in Medieval History and 
Comparative Education were taught to the travellers by Rev. John 
Kemp, S.J. and Dr. John Wozniok, respectively. 



Seen on top of Saint Peter's are 
Ann Gunnell, Sue Thomos, Rick Clark, 
Carol Freisinger, Tony Brey, Bill Cox, 
and Fran Weber. 





THIRD LOYOLA SUMMER EXCURSION 



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Loyolons in Florence, First Row: Fr. Mertz, Tessi Agona, Mary Ann Whelon, Fr. Felice, John 
Adams, Marge Lowe, Sue Seventson, Rick Clark, Dr. Wozniak, Miss Donatelli, Fr. Smoll, Fr. 
Kemp. Second Row: Kathy Sullivan, Bob Hough, Mrs. Nelson, C. J. Priefert, Eileen Walsh, 
Lori Peterson, Tony Brey, Ann Finnegon, Marcio Poremski, Bob Ryan, Jo Ann Klupar, Ann 
Gunell, Vol Bergoff. Third Row: Ann Jeffreys, Mary Krawater, Elizabeth Costello, Bill Lancoster, 
Maureen Capperelli, Sue Thomas, Carol Freisinger, Lori Bremner, Ed Monn. Fourth Row: Lori 
Jansen, Walter Koza, Kathy Hawkins, Eileen Burchby, Fran Weber, Angelle Alessi, Arexie 
Derderian, Vol Zapota, Connie Wendler, Evelyn Happ. Fifth Row: Bill Cox, Marie Amoruso, 
Jim Roche, John Sullivan, Bill Sullivan, Solly White, Frances Heuman, John Heuman, Sue 
Lynch. 



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GOWNS AND DEGREES MARK FINALF 



Rev. Ralph A, Gallagher, S.J. imparts 
one last fact to a graduating sociology 
major. 



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The Very Rev. James F. Maguire 
smiles OS he grants degrees to gradu- 
ate students. 





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General Alfred Gruenther is con- 
gratulated by the Very Rev. James 
F. Maguire offer delivering the com- 
mencement qddiess in Februory. 



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administration 



VERY REV. JAMES F. MAGUIRE, SJ. 
President 




UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 



The twentieth president of Loyola 
University, the Very Reverend James 
F. Maguire, SJ., served as president 
of Xavier University, Cincinnati, and 
rector of West Baden College before 
assuming his position at Loyola in 
July, 1955. He also taught for a year, 
following his ordination, at the Uni- 
versity of Detroit High School. 



As part of his program to increase 
interest in the support of the Uni- 
versity, Father Maguire has instituted 
the Businessmen of Loyola, the Board 
of Lay Trustees, Women's Board and 
the Citizens' Board. He also en- 
couraged the creation of PAL and SAL 
as a means of attracting outstanding 
high school students to Loyola. 



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UNIVERSITY VICE PRESIDENTS 



Thomas W. Hawkins has 
served as Treasurer and Comp- 
troller of the Nochman 
Corporation; Assistant Comp- 
troller of Esquire, Inc.; and As- 
sistant Treasurer of the H. A. 
Brossert Company. 

After holding the post of 
Business Manager at Loyola 
for five years, he was promoted 
to Vice-President in 1956. 





In his capacity as Vice-President 
for Development and Public Re- 
lations, W. Daniel Conroyd directs 
Loyola's fund-raising programs, 
public relations activities, and 
alumni affairs. He previously 
served as Administrative Assistant. 



THOMAS F. HAWKINS 
Vice-President 



REV. ROBERT W. MULLIGAN 
Vice-President 



Born on October 11, 1916, the 
Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J., 
attended both Loyola Academy 
and Loyola University. After his 
ordination in 1937, he was as- 
signed to the Philosophy depart- 
ment at Loyola. He became Vice- 
President and dean of faculties in 
1958. 




W. DANIEL CONROYD 
Vice-President 



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Board of Trustees. Standing: Rev. Stewart E. Dollord, S.J., Rev. Felix P. Biestek, S.J., Rev. John 
W. Bieri, S.J., Rev. Leo J. Martin, S.J., Rev. Hugh B. Rodman, S.J. Seated: Rev. John A. 
McEvoy, S.J., Rev. Franklin C. Fischer, S.J., Very Rev. James L. Maguire, S.J., Rev. Robert 
W. Mulligon, S.J. 



BOARD OF JESUIT TRUSTEES 



The Jesuit Fathers who make up the Board of Trustees 
ore the actual governing body of the school. Under the 
chairmanship of the University President, the very Reverend 
James F. Maguire, S.J., they make the policy decisions 
which guide the University's destinies. 

Some of its specific duties include the drawing up of 
contracts and formation of affiliation agreements, the 
determination of general university policies, and the ap- 
pointment of officers for the school. 

in Its capacity as the school's governing body, the 
board of trustees also has the power to confer certificates, 
honors, and academic degrees. 



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Administrative Council. Standing: Harry L. McCloskey, W. Daniel Conroyd, Rev. Hugh B. 
Rodman, S.J., John C. Fitzgerald, Matthew H. Schoenbaum, James C. Cox, Rev. Joseph S. 
Pendergast, S.J., J. Raymond Sheriff, John C. Hayes, Dr. William P. Schoen. Seated: Elizabeth 
A. McCann, Gladys Kiniery, Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J., Very Rev. James F. Maguire, 
S.J., Rev. Stewart E. Dollard, S.J. 



Loyola's Administrative Council is composed of the 
University's Vice-Presidents, Deans, and administrative 
personnel — such as the Librarian, the Registrar, and 
others — who represent all the varied functions of the 
administration. Its purpose is to advise the President on 
matters of administrative and academic policy. 

Some of the specific functions of the body ore to 
review curricula, insure integration of the various schools 
and colleges within the University, and set up admission 
procedures and the tuition structure. It also treats ac- 
creditation problems and supervises production of the Uni- 
versity catalog. 



ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 



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Charles C. Kerwin 
Chairman 



BOARD OF LAY TRUSTEES 



This group was organized to provide for the University President a 
means of obtaining expert and experienced professional advice. The mem- 
bers represent hundreds of years of business leadership in many of the 
nation's largest corporations. 

Specifically, the board advises the President on matters relating to 
education, campus planning, public relations, development, and finance. 

Charles C. Kerwin, a prominent Chicago investment executive and dis- 
tinguished Catholic layman, choirmans the group and oversees its efforts 
to provide Loyola with the best in professional know-how. 




Cushman B. Bisseil Louis H.G. Bouscaren Augustine J, Bowe 




David F. 
Bremmer, Sr. 



James 0. Burke Williat., ly Carney Edward A. Cudahy 





Michael Cudahy Walter J. Cummings Thomas A. Dean Querin P. Dorschel 




Edward J. Farrell 



Frederick M. Gillies 



Joseph E. Guilbault 



Matthew J. 
Hickey, Jr. 



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Charles M. Nines Patrick H. Hoy 



Samuel Insull, Jr. Frank W, Jenks Owen Barton Jones Arthur Keating 







Charles H. Kellstadt Charles C. Kerwin Weymouth Kirkland Sidney R. Korshak Arthur T. Leonard John L. McCaffrey 










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Joseph E. Merrion Joseph D. Murphy John F. O'Keefe William J. Quinn William J, Sinek John F. Smith, Jr. 





Frederick W, Specht Bolton Sullivan Timothy Thompson 



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MRS. FRANK J. LEWIS 
Honorary Chairman 



MRS. CUSHMAN BISSEL 
Choirman 




WOMEN'S BOARD 



Mrs. Thomas Amberg Mrs. 

Mrs. Thos. Stanton Armour Mrs. 

Mrs. William H. Arnold Mrs. 

Mrs. George J. Aste Mrs. 

Mrs. Charles A. Bane Mrs. 

Mrs. B. Edward Bensinger Mrs. 

Mrs. Richard Bentley Mrs. 

Mrs. Robert Lee Berner Mrs. 

Mrs. Arthur E. Biddle Mrs. 

Mrs. John M. Bireley Mrs. 

Mrs. Cushmon B. Bissell Mrs. 

Mrs. Leigh B. Block Mrs. 

Mrs. Louis H. G. Bouscaren Mrs. 

Mrs. Augustine J. Bowe Mrs. 

Mrs. William J. Bowe Mrs. 

Mrs. Harry C. Boysen Mrs. 

Mrs. John B. Bremner, Jr. Mrs. 

Mrs. James G. Brennan Mrs. 

Mrs. Britton I. Budd Mrs. 

Mrs. John R. Burdick Mrs. 



James O. Burke 
Thomas B. Burke 
Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 
Wm. Jerome Byrnes 
Julien J. Caestecker 
James J. Callahan 
Charles B. Cannon 
Wm. Roy Carney 
John D. Casey 
John A. Cassin 
Joseph J. Cavanagh 
Henry T. Chamberlain 
Henry L. Charlton 
John W. Clarke 
Stuart Colnon 
Fairfax M. Cone 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Thomas J. Coogan 
Thomas E. Cooke 
James C. Corbett 



Mrs. William A. Cremin 

Mrs. Patrick F. Crowley 

Mrs. Edward A. Cudahy 

Mrs. Walter Cummings, Jr. 

Mrs. John F. Cuneo 

Mrs. Richard J. Daley 

Mrs. Andrew J. Dallstream 

Mrs. Thomas A. Dean 

Mrs. James M. Delaney 

Mrs. Louis A. de Smet 

Mrs. Terrance Dillon 

Mrs. William G. Dooley 

Mrs. Querin P. Dorschel 

Mrs. Harry L. Drake 

Mrs. Lyman Drake 

Mrs. R. Jerome Dunne 

Mrs. John E. Dwyer, Jr. 

Mrs. Paul F. Elward 

Mrs. John N. Estabrook 

Mrs. John J. Fahey 



Mrs. George Fiedler 

Mrs. Jerome K. Flaherty 

Mrs. C. Larkin Flanagan 

Mrs. Augustine A. Flick 

Mrs. Frank Flick 

Mrs. Paul A. Florian 

Mrs. Robert M. Foley 

Mrs. J. Dennis Freund 

Mrs. Charles J. Gallagher 

Mrs. Paul V. Galvin 

Mrs. Joel Goldblatt 

Mrs. Robert F. Groham 

Mrs. Joseph E. Guilboult 

Mrs. Henry Hafer 

Mrs. Donald H. Haider 

Mrs. Emil D. W. Hauser 

Mrs. Kenneth B. Hawkins 

Mrs. Harris Haywood 



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THE WOMEN'S BOARD 



The Women's Board was formally wel- 
comed into the intimate circle of friends 
of Loyola University this past year. Its 
members are recognized for their leader- 
ship in civic, cultural, and social activities. 
The purposes of the group, which meets 
four times a year, are to learn more about 
the objectives, the academic programs, 
the educational opportunities offered in 
the various schools of the University, and 
to acquaint its members with the educa- 
tional and cultural contributions of Loyola 
to the city and the nation. 



MRS. MATTHEW J. HICKEY, JR. MRS. 

MRS. CHARLES J. HOLLAND MRS. 

MRS. CHARLES J. HOUGH MRS. 

DR. HELEN HOWE MRS. 

MRS. PATRICK H. HOY MRS. 

MRS. NEIL C. HURLEY, JR. MRS. 

MRS. MICHAEL L. IGOE MRS. 

MRS. SAMUEL INSULL, JR. MRS. 

MRS. CHRISTIAN E. JARCHOW MRS. 

MRS. FRANK W. JENKS MRS. 

MRS. OWEN BARTON JONES MRS. 

MISS ANN JOYCE MRS. 

MRS. JOSEPH T. JOYCE MRS. 

MRS. ROBERT E. JOYCE MRS. 

MRS. WILLIAM JOYCE MRS. 

MRS. FRANK L. KARTHEISER MRS. 

MRS. JOSEPH S. KEARNEY MRS. 

MRS. JOHN A. KENNEDY MRS. 

MRS. W. McNEIL KENNEDY MRS. 

MRS. OTTO KERNER MRS. 

MRS. CHARLES C. KERWIN MRS. 

MRS. EDWARD M. KERWIN MRS. 

MRS. WEYMOUTH KIRKLAND MRS. 

MRS. SIDNEY R. KORSHAK MRS. 

MRS. JOHN R. LAADT MRS. 

DR. ANN LALLY MRS. 



WILLIAM J. LAWLOR, JR. MRS. 

EUGENE M. LENNON MRS. 

ARTHUR T. LEONARD MRS. 

FRANK J. LEWIS MRS. 

JAMES J. LEWIS, JR. MRS. 

JOHN R. LEWIS MRS. 

THOMAS A. LEWIS MRS. 

EDWARD C. LOGELIN MRS. 

LENOX R. LOHR MRS. 

JOHN L. McCaffrey mrs. 

JAMES B. McCAHEY, JR. MRS. 

JAMES J. McCARTY MRS. 

EDWIN B. McCONVILLE MRS. 

EUGENE T. McENERY MRS. 

CHARLES L. McEVOY MRS. 

JOHN F. McFEATTERS MRS. 

JOHN P. McGOORTY, JR. MRS. 

CLARENCE W. MclNTOSH MRS. 

ROBERT C. McNAMARA MRS. 

JAMES J. McNULTY, JR. MRS. 

HENRY W. MEERS MRS. 

JOSEPH T. MEYER MRS. 

ROBERT J. MIGELY MRS. 

JOHN S. MILLER MRS. 

JOHN A. MORRISSEY MRS. 

JOHN T. MOSS MRS. 



PAUL L. MULLANEY MRS. 

AIDAN I. MULLET MRS. 

JOSEPH C. MURPHY MRS. 

LEWIS C. MURTAUGH MRS. 

JOHN A. NAGHTEN MRS. 

CONRAD E. NIEHOFF MRS. 

LEONARD J. O'CONNOR MRS. 

JOHN F. O'KEEFE MRS. 

ERIC OLDBERG MRS. 
JOHN J. O'SHAUGHNESSY MRS. 

BERNARD PALLASCH MRS. 

STANLEY PARGELLIS MRS. 

WILLIAM F. PETERSEN MRS. 

ROBERT A. PODESTA MRS. 

WILLIAM J. QUINN MRS. 

THOMAS W. REEDY MRS. 

BEN REGAN MRS. 

THOMAS A. REYNOLDS MRS. 

FRANK J. ROTHING MRS. 

ARTHUR RUBLOFF MRS. 

WILLIAM J. SCHMITT MRS. 

HERBERT E. SSCHMITZ MRS. 

DONALD J. SCOTT MRS. 

WILLIAM SEXTON MRS. 
THOMAS W. SEXTON 
LEO J. SHERIDAN 



VINCENT D. SILL 
WILLIAM J. SINEK 
WALTER BYRON SMITH 
JOHN M. SMYTH, JR. 
FREDERICK W. SPECHT 
WALTER A. STUHR, JR. 
BOLTON SULLIVAN 
HAROLD W. SULLIVAN 
JOSEPH F. SULLIVAN 
CARLOS A. SPIESS 
HAMPDEN M. SWIFT 
EDWIN R. TALBOT 
J. THOMAS TAUSSIG 
THOMAS M. THOMPSON 
REUBEN THORSON 
WILLIAM J. TUOHY 
FRANK J. TURK 
WALTER A. WADE 
JOHN J. WALDRON 
MAURICE WALK 
HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE 
HAROLD M. WILLIAMS 
LYNN A. WILLIAMS, JR. 
EUGENE R. ZACHER 



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CITIZENS' BOARD 



The Citizens' Board was established six- 
teen years ago to mark the 75th Anniver- 
sary of Loyola's service to Chicago. Since 
that time, the Board has enabled the Uni- 
versity to increase its scope of service to the 
community- The Board consists of business 
and professional men who are in a position 
to acquaint Chicago with the distinctive 
character of Loyola's educational pro- 
gram. The background of information sup- 
plied by these men enables the University 
to become a powerful force in the shaping 
of Chicago's community life- 



NORBERT F. ARMOR 
CHARLES A. BANE 
GERALD A. BARRY 
O. D. BAST 
THOMAS H. BEACOM 
ROBERT L. BERNER 
OTTO L. BETTAG, M. D. 
JOHN M. BIRELEY 
CUSHMAN B. BISSELL 
THOMAS J. BOODELL 
ANDREW R. BOPP 
LOUIS H. G. BOUSCAREN 
HONORABLE AUGUSTINE J. 
BOWE 

WILLIAM J. BOWE 

HONORABLE JACOB M. 
BRAUDE 

A. J. BREMNER 

C. M. BRENNAN 

JAMES G. BRENNAN 

JAMES J. BRENNAN 

JOHN E. BRENNAN 

RALPH D. BRIZZOLARA 

CLEMENS H. BRUMS 

JAMES O. BURKE 

ROBERT E. BURKE 

THOMAS B. BURKE 

LEO BURNETT 

C. J. BURNY 

THOMAS J. BYRNE, JR. 

W. J. BYRNES 

JULIAN J. CAESTECKER 

RICHARD D. CAGNEY 

WILLIAM E. CAHILL 

JAMES J. CALLAHAN, M. C 

DOUGLASS CAMPBELL 

HONORABLE WILLIAM J. 
CAMPBELL 

ANDREW R. CARLSON 
WM. ROY CARNEY 
WALLACE E. CARROLL 
GEORGE L. CARSTENS 
ANTHONY E. CASCINO 



JOSEPH J. CAVANAGH 
THOMAS J. CAVANAGH 
LEO D. CAVANAUGH 
FRED E. CHAMBERS 
FRANK W. CHESROW 
JOHN A. CLARK 
JOHN W. CLARKE 
JAMES W. CLOSE 
JOHN E. COLNON 
PHILLIP CONLEY 
TIMOTHY J. CONNELLY 
PHILIP H. CORBOY 
FRANCIS M. CORBY 
WALTER R. COSTELLO 
LOUIS J. CROSS 
GEORGE D. CROWLEY 
PATRICK F. CROWLEY 
COLONEL HENRY CROWN 
EDWARD A. CUDAHY 
MICHAEL CUDAHY 
MARTIN A, CULHANE 
WALTER J. CUMMINGS 
WALTER J, CUMMINGS, JR. 
HENRY J. CURRAN 
A. J. CUSICK 

ANDREW J. DALLSTREAM 
J. FRANCIS DAMMANN 
THOMAS A. DEAN 
DONALD DEFREES 
CHARLES W. DeGRYSE 
WILLIAM J, DONAHOE 
JAMES L, DONNELLY 
GEORGE T. DONOGHUE 
JAMES F. DONOVAN 
JAMES A. DOOLEY 
RICHARD F. DOOLEY 
WILLIAM G. DOOLEY 
QUERIN P. DORSCHEL 
WILLIAM K. DOWNEY 
LEO J. DOYLE 

HONORABLE RAYMOND P, 
DRYMALSKI 

JOHN J. DUNN, JR. 



EDWARD W. DUNNE 

HONORABLE ROBERT 
JEROME DUNNE 

RAYMOND W. DURST 
JOSEPH F. ELWARD 

HONORABLE ROBERT E. 
ENGLISH 

RAYMOND EPSTEIN 
ALEXANDER EULENBERG 
JOSEPH P. EVANS, M. D. 
JOHN W. EVERS 
LAWRENCE S. FANNING 
EDWARD J. FARRELL 
PETER V. FAZIO 
EDWARD FENNER 
EDWIN J. FEULNER 
EDWARD H. FIEDLER 
GEORGE FIEDLER 
GEORGE J. FITZGERALD 
JOSEPH J, FITZGERALD ' 
MATTHEW J. FITZGERALD 
PETER FITZPATRICK 
JOHN J. FLANAGAN 
FRANK FLICK 
LEONARD S. FLORSHEIM 
JOHN J. FOLEY 
RAY FOLEY 
CLARENCE E. FOX 
ZOLLIE S. FRANK 
STEPHEN J. FRAWLEY 
ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER 
CHARLES J. GALLAGHER 
JAMES L. GARARD 
LEE J. GARY 

FRANCIS J. GERTY, M. D. 
FRANK J. GILLESPIE 
FREDERICK M. GILLIES 
JOSHUA B. GLASSER 
JOHN S. GLEASON, JR. 
LOUIS GLUNZ 
JOHN P. GOEDERT 
MAURICE GOLDBLATT 
RICHARD GOODMAN 



GEORGE W. GRACE 
DONALD M. GRAHAM 
ROBERT F. GRAHAM 
THOMAS A. GRANT 
THOMAS D. GRIFFIN 
JOSEPH E. GUILBAULT 
DONALD H. HAIDER 
CHARLES J. HAINES 
GEORGE S. HALAS 
WILLIAM J. HALLIGAN, SR. 
EUGENE A. HAMILTON, 

M.D. 
PHILIP HAMPSON 
R. EMMETT HANLEY 
FELIX E. HEALY 
JOSEPH E. HENRY 
HENRY P. HEUER 
MATTHEW J. HICKEY, JR. 
MATTHEW J. HICKEY, III 
THOMAS J. HIGGINS 
RAYMOND M. HILLIARD 
CHARLES M. MINES 
JOHN P. HOFFMANN 
BRIGADIER GENERAL 

JEREMIAH P. HOLLAND ' 
PATRICK H. HOY 
JAMES T. IGOE, JR. 
HONORABLE MICHAEL L. 

IGOE 
SAMUEL INSULL, JR. 
BRUCE R. JAGOR 
FRANK W. JENKS 
ALBERT E. JENNER, JR. 
CLARENCE B. JENNETT 
EDWARD J. JENNETT 
HOWARD J. JOHNSON 
OWEN BARTON JONES 
MURRAY JOSLIN 
WALTER J. JOY, JR. 
ROBERT E. JOYCE 
FRANK KARTHEISER 
JOHN S. KAVANAUGH 
JOSEPH S. KEARNEY 
ARTHUR KEATING 



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JOHN J. WALDRON 
Chairman 




EDWARD KEATING 
JOSEPH W. KEHOE 
PAUL A. KEIM 
PETER M. KELLIHER 
CHARLES H. KELLSTADT 
JOHN J. KELLY 
HAYES KENNEDY 
W. McNEIL KENNEDY 
JOHN E. KENNEY 
CHARLES C. KERWIN 
EDWARD M. KERWIN 
JOHN P. KILEY 
JOHN J. KINNARE 
WEYMOUTH KIRKLAND 
JOHN S. KNIGHT 
HONORABLE WIN G. KNOCH 
RAYMOND J. KOCH 
SIDNEY R. KORSHAK 
LEONARD O. KREZ 
ANTHONY J. KUEBER 
FRANCIS H. KULLMAN, JR. 
IRV KUPCINET 
HONORABLE WALTER J. 

LaBUY 
WILLIAM J. LANCASTER 
PAUL E. 'LAWLER, M. D. 
WILLIAM J. LAWLOR, JR. 
RUSSELL J. LEANDER 
WILLIAM A. LEE 
ARTHUR T. LEONARD 
THOMAS A. LEWIS 
ROBERT J. LEY 
STUART LIST 
PARK LIVINGSTON 
EDWARD C. LOGELIN 
MAJOR LENOX R. LOHR 
ENGENE K. LYDON 
BERNARD W. LYNCH 
FRANK J. LYNCH 
RICHARD LYNCH 
WILLIAM J. LYNCH 
JACK MABLEY 



JOHN MADDEN 
JOHN MADIGAN 
WALTER J. MADIGAN 
JOSEPH E. MAGNUS 
DAVID B. MAHER, M. D. 
JOHN J. MAHER 
JAMES R. MARTIN 
HOWARD G. MAYER 

JOHN L. McCaffrey 

JAMES B. McCAHEY, JR. 
EDWIN B. McCONVILLE 
HONORABLE JOHN V. 
McCORMICK 

MORGAN F. McDonnell 
JOHN J. Mcdonough 

WILLIAM L. McFETRIDGE 
WILLIAM J. McGAH 
JOHN P. McGOORTY 
JOHN B. McGUIRE 
JOHN F. McGUIRE 
CLARENCE W. MclNTOSH 
IVAN A. McKENNA 
H. V. McNAMARA 
ROBERT C. McNAMARA, JR. 
JOHN E. McNULTY 
HENRY W. MEERS 
EDWARD A. MENKE 
JOSEPH E. MERRION 
ROBERT L. MEYERS 
JOHN T. MORAN 
MICHAEL F. MULCAHY 
EDWARD F. MULHERN 
WALTER F. MULLADY 
PAUL L. MULLANEY 
CHARLES F. MURPHY 
HERBERT F. MURPHY 
JOSEPH D. MURPHY 
LEO T. MURPHY 
MORGAN MURPHY 
JOHN A. NAGHTEN 
CYRUS H. NEUSES 
T. CLIFFORD NOON AN 



FRANK NUGENT 
HAROLD P. O'CONNELL 
HARRY J. O'HAIRE 
JAMES L. O'KEEFE 
JOHN F. O'KEEFE 
WILLIAM P. O'KEEFE 
WILLIAM F. O'MEARA 
ROBERT A. O'REILLY 
JOHN E. O'SHAUGHNESSY 
MARCELLUS M. OSHE 
MICHAEL F. PECKELS 
HOWARD V. PHALIN 
JAMES M. PIGOTT 
PAUL M. PLUNKETT 
ROBERT A. PODESTA 
HOWARD I. POTTER 
HARRY W. PUCCETTI 
JAMES R. QUINN 
WILLIAM J. QUINN 
FRANK C. RATHJE 
BEN REGAN 
JOSEPH J. REGAN 
HENRY REGNERY 
JAMES P. REICHMANN 
THOMAS A. REYNOLDS 
JOHN H. RILEY 
G. GALE ROBERSON 
BURKE B. ROCHE 
CHARLES J. ROUBIK 
ARTHUR RUBLOFF 
ANTHONY J. RUDIS 
MORRIS B. SACHS, JR. 
GEORGE F. SALERNO 
JOSEPH P. SAVAGE 
JOHN SCHMIDT 
DR. WILLIAM M. SCHOLL 
GILBERT H. SCRIBNER 
BARNABAS F. SEARS 
THOMAS W. SEXTON 
MARTIN F. SHANAHAN 
ADMIRAL D. F. J. SHEA 



EDWARD D. SHEEHAN 
J. GLENN SHEHEE 
DONALD T. SHERIDAN 
LEO J. SHERIDAN 
VINCENT J. SHERIDAN 
ROBERT SARGENT SHRIVER, 

JR. 
WILLIAM J. SINEK 
JACKSON W. SMART 
JOHN F. SMITH, JR. 
JOHN M. SMYTH, JR. 
FRED B. SNITE 
FREDERICK W. SPECHT 
CARLOS A. SPIESS 
A. L. STARSHAK 
CLARENCE L. STEBER 
BOLTON SULLIVAN 
JOHN P. SULLIVAN 
JAMES E. THOMPSON 
T. M. THOMPSON 
REUBEN THORSON 
WILLIAM B. TRAYNOR 
WILLIAM K. TRAYNOR 
HONORABLE WILLIAM J. 

TUOHY 
FRANK H. URIELL 
ARKELL M. VAUGHN, M. D. 
CHARLES S. VRTIS 
JAMES F. WADE 
JOHN J. WALDRON 
IRWIN N. WALKER 
DONALD J. WALSH 
J. HARRIS WARD 
TONY WEITZEL 
FRANK M. WHISTON 
PHILIP O'CONNELL WHITE 
ELMER J. WHITTY 
JAMES C. WORTHY 
LLOYD E. YODER 
EUGENE R. ZACHER 
R. A. ZIMMERMAN 



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THOMAS A. DEAN 
Choirman 



CHARLES VRTIS 
Vice-Choirmon 




CARL A. ABBATE 
NORBERT F. ARMOUR 
STEPHEN M, BAILEY 
GERALD A. BARRY 
DR. OTTO L. BETTAG 
JOHN M. BIRELEY 
CUSHMAN B. BISSELL 
THOMAS J. BOODELL 
LOUIS H. G. BOUSCAREN 
HONORABLE AUGUSTINE J. 

BOWE 
A. M. BOWYER 
A. J. BREMNER 
JAMES G. BRENNAN 
RALPH D. BRIZZOLARA 
CLEMENS H. BRUNS 
JOHN G. BULGER 
ALEXANDER BURKE 
JAMES O. BURKE 
ROBERT E. BURKE 
THOMAS B. BURKE 
C. J. BURNY 
THOMAS J. BYRNE, JR. 
JOHN H, CAIN 
WILLIAM E. CAHILL 
FRANK C. CALLAHAN 
DR. JAMES J. CALLAHAN 
ANDREW R. CARLSON 
WM. ROY CARNEY 
EUGENE J. CARROLL 
JOHN W. CARROLL 
GEORGE E. CARSTENS 
ANTHONY E. CASCINO 
THOMAS J. CAVANAUGH 
FRED E. CHAMBERS 
FRANK W. CHESROW 



JAMES W. CLOSE 
STUART COLNON 
HARRY H. COMSTOCK 
TIMOTHY J. CONNELLY 
W. DANIEL CONROYD 
FRANCIS M. CORBY 
PHILIP H. CORDES 
WALTER R. COSTELLO 
josep'h W. CREMIN 
WILLIAM A. CREMIN 
LOUIS J. CROSS 
GEORGE D. CROWLEY 
PATRICK F. CROWLEY 
EDWARD A. CUDAHY 
MICHAEL CUDAHY 
STUART G. CULLEN 
WALTER J. CUMMINGS 
A. J. CUSICK 
DR. AUGUST F. DARO 
THOMAS A. DEAN 
CHARLES W. DeGRYSE 
ANGELO DICELLO 
JAMES L. DONNELLY 
JAMES A. DOOLEY 
RICHARD F. DOOLEY 
WILLIAM G. DOOLEY 
QUERIN P. DORSCHEL 
EDWARD J. DOYLE, JR. 
LEO J. DOYLE 
WILLIAM J. DRENNAN 
GEORGE E. DRISCOLL 
HONORABLE RAYMOND P. 

DRYMALSKI 
THOMAS F. DUFFY 
WILLIAM J. DUNN 
EDWARD W. DUNNE 



HERMAN J. ECKRICH, JR. 
WILLIAM Q. EGAN 
ALEXANDER EULENBERG 
DAVID B. FALLON 
ROBERT E. FANNING 
EDWARD J. FARRELL 
JOSEPH F. FASANO 
EDWIN J. FEULNER 
EDWARD H. FIEDLER 
GEORGE FIEDLER 
RICHARD J. FITZGERALD 
JOSEPH J. FITZGERALD 
PETER FITZPATRICK 
JOHN J. FLANAGAN ' 
DONALD S. FORST 
MAURICE B. FRANK 
STEPHEN J. FRAWLEY 
CHARLES J. GALLAGHER 
FRANK A. GALLAGHER 
ADMIRAL WILLIAM O. 

GALLERY 
CHARLES A. GARCIA 
LEO F. GARRITY, JR. 
WILLIAM J. GARVY 
W. P. GENSERT 
J. J. GERBER 
FREDERICK M. GILLIES 
LOUIS GLUNZ 
THOMAS A. GONSER 
CARL GORR 
GEORGE W. GRACE 
DONALD M. GRAHAM 
JAMES T. GRIFFIN 
JOSEPH E. GUILBAULT 
WILLIAM J. HALLIGAN, SR. 



R. EMMETT HANLEY 
THOMAS W. HAVEY 
THOMAS F. HAWKINS 
WALLACE HAWLEY 
JOHN T. HAYES 
FELIX E. HEALY 
JOSEPH E. HENRY 
MATTHEW J. HICKEY, 
THOMAS J. HIGGINS 
RAYMOND M. HILLIARD 
CHARLES M. HINES 
JOHN P. HOFFMAN 
HARRY HOFHERR 
PATRICK H. HOY 
SAMUEL INSULL, JR. 
BRUCE R. JAGOR 
FRANK W. JENKS 
EDWARD J. JENNETT 
HOWARD J. JOHNSON 
OWEN BARTON JONES 
MURRAY JOSLIN 
ROBERT E. JOYCE 
JOHN S. KAVANAUGH 
JOSEPH S. KEARNEY 
ARTHUR KEATING 
JOHN F. KEELEY 
JOSEPH W. KEHOE 
PAUL A. KEIM 
CHARLES H. KELLSTADT 
HAYES KENNEDY 
W. McNEIL KENNEDY 
JOHN E. KENNEY 
EDMUND J. KENNY 
JOHN E. KENNY 
CHARLES C. KERWIN 



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BUSINESSMEN FOR LOYOLA 



The Businessmen for Loyola was es- 
tablished for the purpose of enlisting the 
support of Chicago's business and industry 
in promoting Loyola's educational program. 
Since 1955, contributions have totaled more 
than $1.7 million. This year's chairman, 
Thomas A. Dean, has expressed confidence 
that a goal of $425,000 will be realized; 
and consequently provide for continued ex- 
pansion of faculties, and an increase in 
teachers' salaries. Businessmen for Loyola 
follows this policy of strengthening the 
faculty because it believes the basis of the 
University's contribution to the community 
is found in the promotion of its great teach- 
ing program. 



EDWARD M. KERWIN 
JOHN J. KINNARE 
H. NORBERT KIRCHDORFER 
WEYMOUTH KIRKLAND 
LAWRENCE M. KLINGER 
FRANK P. KNOLL 
SIDNEY R. KORSHAK 
ANTHONY J. KUEBER 
ALEXANDER X. KUHN 
FRANCIS H. KULLMAN, JR. 
GEORGE A. LANE 
EARL S. LATHROP, JR. 
ROBERT B. LATOUSEK 
WILLIAM J. LAWLOR 
ELMER F. LAYDEN 
RUSSELL J. LEANDER 
WILLIAM A. LEE 
ARTHUR T. LEONARD 
ROBERT P. LEROY 
JOHN R. LEWIS 
THOMAS A. LEWIS 
FRED G. LITSINGER 
PARK LIVINGSTON 
SAM V. LIZZO 
EDWARD C. LOGELIN 
EUGENE K. LYDON 
FRANK J. LYNCH 
WILLIAM J. LYNCH 
WILLIAM C. MacDONALD 
DAVID S. MACKIE 
JOHN MADDEN 
JOHN J. MAHER 
MAURICE D. MANGAN 



LEONARD C. MARSCHALL 
JAMES R. MARTIN 
HOWARD G. MAYER 
ROBERT B. MAYER 

JOHN L. McCaffrey 

JAMES B. McCAHEY, JR. 
ARTHUR J. McCONVILLE 
EDWIN B. McCONVILLE 

HENRY J. McDonald 
MORGAN f. Mcdonald 

JOHN B. McGUIRE 
CLARENCE W. MclNTOSH 
WILLIAM L. McKECHNEY 
BERNARD F. McNAMARA 
H. V. McNAMARA 
EDWARD A. MENKE 
HENRY W. MEERS 
JOSEPH E. MERRION 
WILLIAM MESICK 
ROBERT L. MEYERS 
JIM MORAN 
EDWARD J. MORRISSEY 
RICHARD G. MUENCH 
EDWARD F. MULHERN 
WALTER F. MULLADY 
AIDAN I. MULLETT 
CHARLES F. MURPHY 
HERBERT F. MURPHY 
JOSEPH D. MURPHY 
LEWIS C. MURTAUGH 
JOHN A. NAGHTEN 
EDWARD NICEWICK 
T. CLIFFORD NOONAN 



T. P. O'BOYLE 
FRANK B. O'BRIEN 
JOHN A. O'BRIEN 
JOHN F. O'KEEFE 
WILLIAM P. O'KEEFE 
WILLIAM F. O'MEARA 
EUGENE J. O'RILEY 
JOHN E. O'SHAUGHNESSY 
THOMAS W. O'SHAUGHNESSY 
JAMES M. PIGOTT 
DONALD A. POTTER 
HOWARD I. POTTER 
JAMES R. QUINN 
WILLIAM J. QUINN 
J. W. REEDY 
BEN REGAN 
JOSEPH J. REGAN 
HENRY REGNERY 
HARLAN RICHARDS 
JOHN H. RILEY 
WILLIAM H. ROBERTS 
BURKE B. ROCHE 
CHARLES ROZMAREK 
ANTHONY J. RUDIS 
PETER J. SALVATO 
CHARLES F. SCHOLL 
ROBERT B. SCOTT 
THOMAS W. SEXTON 
MARTIN F. SHANAHAN 
THOMAS J. SHEAHAN 
EDWARD D. SHEEHAN 
J. GLENN SHEHEE 
VINCENT J. SHERIDAN 



WILLIAM J. SINEK 
JOHN L. SLOAN 
JACKSON W. SMART, 
JOHN F. SMITH, JR. 
JOHN M. SMYTH, JR. 
FREDERICK W. SPECHT 
CARLOS A. SPIESS 
A. L. STARSHAK 
CLARENCE L. STEBER 
JAMES B. STRENSKI 
NELSON D. STOKER 
BOLTON SULLIVAN 
JOHN P. SULLIVAN 
JAMES E. THOMPSON 
T. M. THOMPSON 
HARRY J. TRAINOR 
WILLIAM K. TRAYNOR 
RALPH R. TRIMARCO 
JOHN C. TULLY 
FRANK H. URIELL 
DORAN VON UNSCHULD 
CHARLES S. VRTIS 
JOHN J. WALDRON 
JOHN J. WALSH 
GEORGE J. WEINRICH 
FRANK WETZEL 
FRANK M. WHISTON 
JOHN G. WHITE 
ELMER J. WHITTY 
ALBERT J. WILKINS 
EUGENE R. ZACHER 



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ESTATE PLANNING COMMITTEE 






Augustine J. Bowe 



Andrew J. Dallstream 



J. Francis Dammann 






Donald Defrees 



Alexander Eulenberg 



Louis A. Kohn 






Morris I. Leibman 



Thomas A. Reynolds 



John P. McGoorty, Jr. 



Charles J. Roubik 



J. Alfred Moron 



John J. Waldron 







Cushman B. Bissell 
Chairman 



Estate Planning Executive 
Committee of Loyola University 
is no exception to the axiom that 
few things ore accomplished in 
our complicated world without 
immediate and long range plan- 
ning. With this in mind, the 
Estate Planning Executive Com- 
mittee undertakes its task of not 
only planning for the future 
needs of educational growth and 
expansion, but also searching 
out means whereby the youth of 
generations to come will be as- 
sured of on education. 

The Committee keeps the 
alumni and friends of Loyola 
aware of the needs of the Uni- 
versity and how these needs can 
best be remedied, especially 
through bequests. The Commit- 
tee has organized for the Uni- 
versity several plans to offer for 
investment: wills, gifts for capi- 
tal, revocable trusts, irrevocable 
trusts, and testimony trusts. 

Of course, bequests may be 
unrestricted or restricted for 
some particular or special inter- 
est. They may be designated for 
buildings, research, professor- 
ships or other similar items. 





REV. JOHN C. MALLOY, S.J. 
Dean of Admissions 



OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF ADMISSIONS 



The dual responsibility of the Office of the Dean 
of Admissions is evaluating the credentials of all pros- 
pective Loyolans, and recruiting the top high school 
students for the University. Throughout the year, high 
school interest days are co-sponsored by the Admis- 
sions Office and the various Departments of the Uni- 
versity to acquaint high school students with Loyola. 
This is only one of the methods which Dean John C. 
Malloy, S. J. has employed in achieving the objectives 
of the Office. 



Thomas Dyba is seen counseling a freshman, Kathleen Adams. 



Staff: John Hannan, Thomos Dyba, 
ond Joan Steinbrecher. 




ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 



The University administrative staff 
is composed of men and women pos- 
sessing a wide range of talents. They 
Define and carry out the aims of the 
University, guiding Loyola's bold and 
imaginative 40-year development pro- 
gram, obtaining financial support, 
supplying information to the public, 
overseeing registration, finding em- 
ployment for students, purchasing 
supplies for the school, and solving 
the countless other problecns which 
arise in the course of the school year. 






THOMAS R. SANDERS 
Director of Development 



NANCY GALLAGHER 
Director of Alumni Activities 



RICHARD BARRY 
Director of Public Relations 



ARNOLD SCHAID 
Associate Director of Development 



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JAMES SASSEN 

Director of the Alumni Fund 



MARY MANZKE 
Examiner of Credentials 



ELIZABETH A. McCANN 
Registrar 



LAWRENCE SLAJCHERT 
Director of Placement 



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OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS 



It is through the Office of the Dean of Students that 
the policies of the Committee on Student Activities 
and Welfare are carried out. All student organi- 
zations, except religious, are regulated by the 
committee. 

Dean Horry McCloskey, besides serving as chair- 
man of this Committee, is the coordinator of the va- 
rious programs of the Office of the Dean of Students 
which includes the Student Welfare program. Mariette 
Le Blanc, the Dean of Women, and Joan Vac- 
caro, the Assistant Dean of Women, supervise and co- 
ordinate the activities pertaining to all undergraduate 
women students. Aiding Dean McCloskey in execut- 
ing the Office so effectively ore the Assistant Dean 
of Students, Mr. George Kollintzos and the Assistant 
to the Dean, Mr. Walter Block. 



MARIETTE LeBLANC 
Dean of Women 



HARRY L. McCloskey 

Dean of Students 




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GEORGE N. KOLLINTZAS 
Assistant Dean of Students 



JOAN VACCARO 
Assistant Dean of Women 



WALTER BLOCK 
Assistant to the Dean of Students 





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Members of the Committee on Student 
Activities and Welfare. Standing: Ken- 
neth Nowiond, J. Donald Roll, S.J., 
Richord F. Kusek. Seated: Mariette 
LeBlanc, Harry L. McCloskey, Constance 
Ferris. 




REV, JOHN FELICE, S.J. 




REV. ROBERT J. FOX, S.J. 




REV. J. DONALD HAYES, S.J. 



STUDENT COUNSELORS 




REV. MARK HURTIBISE, S.J. 




REV. THOMAS MURRAY, S.J. 



REV. RALPH TALKIN, S.J. 





UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES 



Mr. James C. Cox, Director of Li- 
braries, is pictured among some of 
the 400,000 volumes of the Univer- 
sity. 



Lake Shore Library Staff. Standing: 
James C. Cox, Roslyn Foilla, Doria 
Allen. Seoted: Mrs. James C. Cox, 
Genevieve Delano, Eleanor Kennedy, 
and Helene Stoudt. 




Lewis Towers Library Staff. Susan 
Collins, James Godar, Violet Bilick, 
Melanie Littnan, Christine Saletta, 
and Carol Hopkinson. 




PARENTS ASSOCIATES OF LOYOLA 



Initiated in the late winter of 1957 by Father Ma- 
guire, the Parents Associates of Loyola has been an 
increasingly important aid to Loyola's growth. Con- 
sisting of a group of interested parents who each year 
expend a great deal of time and energy, the organi- 
zation concentrates upon two annual drives, the Ad- 
missions Drive and the Fund Drive. 

The first of these is an all-out effort to contact par- 
ents of high school students and encourage them to 
consider sending their sons and daughters to a Cath- 
olic university. Their efforts are not aimed merely at 
increasing Loyola's attendance, but at providing young 
men and women with opportunity for a good educa- 
tion. 

The second semester is also a busy one for these 
unselfish parents. During that time they contact the 
parents of full-time undergraduate students, solicit- 
ing funds to offset the increasing financial burden 
placed upon the school. It is because of interested 
people like these that Loyola has continued to thrive. 




Parents Associates of Loyola. Standing (I. fo r.): Mr. Louis Weiner, Mr. 
Dennis O'Brien, Mr. Joseph Hoyes, Mr. Bernhard Pallasch, Mr. John Mc- 
Carthy, Mr. William Buhl, Mr. Harold Allard, Mr. Foster Swierkowski, Mr. 
Maxfield Weisbrod, Mr. Joseph Veith, Mr. Maurice McCarthy, and Mr. 
Ceroid Pierce. Seated (I. to r.): Mrs. Dennis O'Brien, Mrs. Louis Weiner, 
Mrs. Bernhard Pallasch, Mrs. Maurice McCarthy, Mrs. John McCarthy, Mrs. 
Joseph Hayes, Mrs. William Buhl, Mrs. Harold Allard, Mrs. Gerald Pierce, 
Mrs. Foster Swierkowski, Mrs. Maxfield Weisbrod, and Mrs. Joseph Veith. 
(Mr. and Mrs. Chester Koziol absent from picture.) 

78 



The Students Associates of Loyola, organized in 
1956, is one of the most important organizations in 
the University. In the past five years SAL has ad- 
vanced from an organization composed of a few en- 
thusiastic members to a group comprised of over 500 
students representing a majority of the organizations 
on campus. In the past two years there has been a 
concerted effort to contact high school seniors and 
interest them in Loyola University. 

As a result of the effort put in by these people there 
has been a 100°o increase in those contacted in the 
past two years. 

The Executive Board is composed of representa- 
tives of all organizations involved in the campaign 
and representatives from the Dorms. 

Due to increased interest across the campus the 
Men's and Women's Residence Halls put their efforts 
into the program with the hoped for result that many 
more students from out of town have become interest- 
ed in Loyola University. 



STUDENTS ASSOCIATES OF LOYOLA 




Student Associates of Loyola. Standing (I. to r.): Jack Burke, Tony Polus, 
Ron Lentz, Tom Nolan, Joe Two, Andy Tellis, Bill Borland, Keith Cook, Joe 
Alessondrini, and Chester Lockwood. Seated (I. to r.): Sandy Domes, Barb 
Phillips, Marie Dean, Jack Lewis, Nancy Wollenberg, Loretta Lucek, Anne 
Yourg and Lois McKinnon. 



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student government 




The Loyola Union functions with a 
dual purpose. It is to promote student 
unity in each school and college of 
the University, and to provide liaison 
between the University and the student 
body. 

The Union Activities Board, the 
governing body, is composed of 
representatives of each of the schools 
and colleges and of various student 
organizations on campus. 

Major activities for the entire 
student body ore planned by the Union 
Board each year. The highlight of the 
program is Pow-Wow which signifies 
the opening of the basketball season 
and is homecoming weekend. 

The Board took an important step 
in creating more effective communi- 
cation between the student body and 
the administration by adopting the 
Student Opinion Commission this 
year. 



GEORGE N. KOLLINTZAS 
Director 



LOYOLA UNION BOARD 





MELVIN J. KAMM 
Chairman 



RICHARD J. DUNNE 
Vice-Chairman 



ARLENE N. O'BRIEN 
Seeretary-Treaiurer 



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Pow Wow Weekend Committeemen. Michael Dessimoz, James Brophy (General Chairman), 
Diane Peiniger, and Kenneth Such make plans for homecoming as the weekend draws near. 




83 



UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD 




JOSEPH SCULLY 
Interfrafernity Council 



DAVID P. SWINEHART 
Organizations 



KATHRYN CUTLER 
Nursing Council 




DONNA SIUDA 
Arts Council 



PETER ROBERSON 
Dental School 



JOHN STOKES 
Medical School 



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ROBERT FITZGERALD 
University College 



JOHN DENTZER 
Low School 



NANCY SHEAHAN 
Graduate Nursing 



PAMELA MOCARSKI 
Intersororify Council 




WILLIS HARTMAN 
School of Social Work 



RALPH CUSICK 
Graduate School 



PATRICK BARRY 
School of Business Administration 



PATRICK JOYCE 
Religious Organizations 



85 




Interfraternity Council, Standing: Jim Murray, Jim Harris, Bill 
Gardiner, Tom Nelson, Seated: Jack Billimack, Mike Lynch, Joe 
Scully, (President), Ken Hennig. 



Dave Raia is shown speaking of the Interfra- 
ternity Council Smoker held for freshmen os 
port of the Orientation Program. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

The Interfraternity Council is composed of representatives of each 
fraternity on campus, and serves as a coordinating body for promoting 
activities and solving common problems. Its most important duty is 
supervising both fraternity rushing and pledging. 

The Council sponsored, for the second consecutive year, a most 
successful Greek Week which gave indications of becoming an annual 
event at Loyola. In this, as well as in all parts of their program, the 
Council works in close association with the Union and the administration 
of the school- 




86 




Intersorority Council. Top Row: Pamela Mocarski, Mary Kay 
Bussert, Dorlene O'Brochta. Middle Row: Jane Wyzgoski, Helen 
Slottery, Mary Anne Hopkinson. Bottom Row: Christine Petroskey, 
Monica Kozok, Margaret Schneider, Joan Vaccaro, Moderator. 



Delta Zeta Chi sisters dressed for 
their skit at the I.S.C. Rushing Tea. 




INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 

The Intersorority Council was created to unite all under- 
graduate sororities in a spirit of friendship and good will with the 
hope of solving common problems. Each sorority has two 
representatives on the Council which acts as a supervisory and 
mediative board for all sorority members. It regulates rushing and 
pledging methods, besides ruling on sorority chapters seeking 
establishment at Loyola. 

The Council sponsored, once again this year, a most successful 
Welcome Tea and Sorority Daze. 



87 





Arts Council Officers. Edward Dona- 
hue, President; Michael Malec, Vice- 
President; Harry Dolan, Treasurer; 
Suzanne Dupre, Secretory. 



Freshman Class Officers. Ronald Cody, 
Vice-President: Brion McDonnell, 
President. 



Sophomore Class Officers. John McCarthy, Vice-President; Terry 
Robinson, President. 





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According to its constitution, the purpose of the Arts Council is to 
initiate, organize, correlate, and support student activities. This body, 
representing more than 3,000 students in the College of Arts and Sciences, 
is composed of fourteen members. The President, Vice President, Secretary, 
and Treasurer are elected by the general student body. In addition to these 
four, the president and vice-president of each class and representatives 
chosen from the Schools of Nursing and Business Administration are also 
members of the Council. 

This year's activities included participation in the Freshmen Orientation 
Program, the Student Directory, production aspects of the Variety Show, 
class programs and parties, the Beanie Bounce, the Arts Council Mixer, and 
the Basketball Trip to Ohio State University. 



Junior Class Officers. James Reilly, President; John Kedge, Vice- 
President. 



Senior Class Officers. Robert Mullenboch, President; Honnelore 
Glatt, Vice-President. 





SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

COUNCIL 

The School of Business Administration Council is the new name for the 
Commerce Council. The Council has served as a liaison between the 
Administration and the students of the College of Business Administration 
and, OS such, has organized a series of programs and activities designed to 
fulfill this purpose. 

The Council is composed of the officers of the four classes. The officers 
include the presidents of the four classes who become president, vice-presi- 
dent, treasurer, and secretary according to class priority. 

Some of the programs and activities the Council sponsors are: freshman 
counseling, the School of Business Administration Council Mixer, the Sno- 
Ball Dance, the Honors Night Dinner Dance, port of the Student Directory, 
business areas of the Variety Show, class parties, and panel discussion prog- 
rams. These activities allert to the aims of the Council to achieve its purposes. 



;shman Class Officers. Richard Anglickis, Secretary-Treasurer; 
chcei Promen, President; Robert Rudnick, Vice-President. 



Sophomore Class Officers. William Borland, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Stephen Cox, President; Patrick Brannen, Vice-President. 




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Business Administration Council. Standing: Stephen Cox, Sopho- 
more Class President; Michael Promen, Freshmen Class President. 
Seated: Michael Lynch, Junior Class President; Lawrence Grady, 
Senior Class President. 




Junior Class Officers. Donald Barrett, 
Vice-President; Michael Lynch, Prei- 
dent; Donald Hanley, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



Senior Class Officers. Daniel Glynn, 
Vice-President; Lawrence Grady, Presi- 
dent. 




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The Nursing Councils with the 
formal titles of the Association of 
the Basic Students of the Loyola 
University School of Nursing and 
the Supplementary Nursing Council 
endeavor to encourage unity and 
cooperation among the members 
of the Association. They also help 
to promote the necessary qualities — 
mental, spiritual and professional — 
necessary for the nurse in today's 
society and to aid and encourage the 
development of skills in student 
government. 

in helping to promote partici- 
pation in University sponsored prog- 
rams, the members supplement 
their basic training. Some of these 
activities include a mixer, a Nurs- 
ing Council Valentine's Party, a 
Spring prom, and several charity 
projects. 




Supplementary Nursing Council. Standing: Mrs. Nancy Fairchild, 
Miss Robbin Skyles, Nancy Sheahan. Seated: Marilyn Carey, Alice 
McHugh, Imogene M. King, Mrs. Helen Kennedy Grace. 



NURSING COUNCILS 



Nursing Council. Standing: Nancy Kerrigan, Arlene O'Brien, 
Nancy Riley, Kay Cutler, Connie Sowa. Seated: Mary Ann Horvey, 
Miss Mary O'Neill, Judy Kosloskus, Sue Witt, Dottie Merkle. 




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Junior Class Officers. Judy Brink- 
man, Treasurer; Sue Witt, President; 
Valerie McDarrah, Secretary; Mari- 
anne Muno, Vice President. 



Sophomore Class Officers. Kathv 
Zelesko, Treosurer; Mary Anne 
Harvey, President; Georgio Mc- 
Namara, Secretary; Sheila Walsh, 
Vice-President. 




Senior Class Officers. Judy Koslos- 
kus, President; Nancy Swieton, Trea- 
surer; Pat Kelly, Secretary; Joanne 
Cwikia, Vice-President. 



Freshman Class Officers. Nancy Ker- 
rigan, President; Pot Miller, Trea- 
surer; Marcia Stakaria, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Barbara Done, Secretary. 




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MEDICAL SCHOOL COUNCIL 



The Medical School Council of the 
Stritch School of Medicine consists of 
representatives from the student body, 
the individual classes, two fraternities, 
the Student American Medical As- 
sociation, and St. Luke's Guild. It is 
moderated by Father John Bieri, S.J. 

As a student governing body, the 
Council embodies four basic purposes: 
to establish unity between the ad- 
ministration and the student body; to en- 
courage extra-curricular activities for 
the students; to act as liaison between 
the administration and the student 
body; and finally, to encourage and main- 
tain the highest standards of the medical 
profession among the student body. 

On St. Luke's Day, October 18, the 
Council sponsors its primary activity. Out- 
standing students and faculty members 
ore honored at a dinner and convocation. 



Medical School Council. Top Row: Raymond Herm, Chorles Dietschel, William Keenan. 
Middle Row: George May, Leonard Kut, Alan Timperman, Kenneth Herfkens, Barbora 
Santucci, Ronald Draur, Raymond Koziol, Jomes Malloy, Gory Ruoff. Bottom Row: Richard 
Nogle, John Stokes, Donna Mae Stupor, Dean Sorensen, Dennis Gates. 



There are many activities sponsored 
by the Student Council of the School of 
Dentistry for the purpose of developing 
a broader cultural, social, and moral at- 
mosphere and a closer unity among the 
members of the Dental School. This Coun- 
cil is composed of fourteen members, 
which include two representatives from 
each class and one representative from 
each of the fraternities. 

The Council presides over all class 
elections, fraternity rushing and pledg- 
ing, and all organized student activities. 
It sponsors the Winter Formal Dance, the 
Dental School Christmas Show held at the 
Loyola Community Theater, the Dental 
School News, and the Dental School 
Choir which appears in the annual all- 
University Variety Show. The choir also 
participated in the Annual Blessing of 
the Christmas Crib at Madonna della 
Strado Chapel. 



DENTAL SCHOOL COUNCIL 



Dental School Council. Top Row: Joseph Matz, Wayne Beach, Leonard Naurat, James 
Rasmusson. Middle Row: Gerald Georgen, Peter Roberson, Thomas Hauff, Albert Petrulis, 
Francis Celata, Michael Rosinia, John Balmfort, Gerald Tarshano, Carl Freedman. Bottom 
Row: Peter Cunningham II, Harold Hammond, Monte Levitt, Richard Delo. 




STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION 



The Student Bar Association of the 
School of Law is composed of every mem- 
ber of this school. It is modeled after 
the American Bar Association. As such, 
it enables its members to acquire pro- 
fessional skills and to maintain the high- 
est standards of the low profession. 

The organizational aspects ore carried 
on by a board of governors and a consti- 
tutionally prescribed committee. The of- 
ficers are elected at the beginning of 
the school year, and the newly elected 
president appoints association members 
to the various committees. These ore re- 
sponsible for the professional and social 
activities provided for the members. 



Student Bar Association. Standing: James Sammons, Graham Heikes, Michael Leyden, 
John Dentzer, Michael Nash, Donald Gavin, Joseph Marren. Seated: Kevin Forde, John 
Cannon, Theodore Wyroski, Shirley Mae Davis, Maurice McCarthy, Ronald Maksym. 




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The Student Council of the School of 
Social Work is composed of four mem- 
bers elected from each class. The mem- 
bers meet regularly concerning them- 
selves with three spheres of activity: re- 
ligious, professional, and social. 

Besides an annual day of recollection, 
a yearly retreat is arranged by the Coun- 
cil for the student body and faculty. 

The Council frequently invites speak- 
ers to address first year students on 
topics related to their course work. The 
wide range of social activities sponsored 
by the Council include preparations for 
orientation week and a party for June 
graduates- 



SOCIAL WORK COUNCIL 



Social Work Council. Standing: Richard Triskc, Dennis Murphy, Joseph Cardello, Willis 
Hortmon. Seated: Julian Abrohom, Eleanor Andrulis, Bernard Farkos, Borbara Shannon. 




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University College Council. Standing: Thomas Moffat, Joseph Wcislo, James Kevin, Joseph 
Barney. Seated: Marge Daily, Robert McCulla, Kenneth Anderson, Barbara Ahigren. 




UNIVERSITY COLLEGE COUNCIL 



The evening school student 
through his ottendonce at Univer- 
sity College automatically belongs 
to the Student Association of the 
University College of Loyola Uni- 
versity. The University College 
Council is formed from this as- 
sociation. It seeks to activate the 
evening school student to partake 
in extra-curricular activities that 
will serve a two-fold purpose of in- 
terest to both the student and the 
University. 

Realizing that the evening school 
campus differs significantly from 
any other campus on the University, 



the Council tries to maintain policies 
and activities that reflect the 
character of its constituency. 

A social orientation program, the 
Dean's Coffee Hour, is sponsored by 
the Council at the beginning of 
each semester. Anyone who is inter- 
ested is invited to the program at 
which the administrative program, 
and the privileges of the evening 
school student, as a student of 
Loyola, ore explained. 

The Council also assists Dean 
Richard A. Matre and his staff at 
the time of registration. 



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LOYOLA HALL COUNCIL 



The governing body of Loyola 
Hall, the Loyola Men's Dorm Coun- 
cil, was established In 1957. The 
purpose of the Council is to guide 
the residents for their religious, 
social and academic welfare and to 
increase their enjoyment as resi- 
dents and students of Loyola Uni- 
versity. 

In order to become as closely 
united with the University's func- 
tions as possible the Council active- 
ly participates in the popular "Ugly 
man" and "Miss Loyola" contests, 
besides giving extensive support to 
Pow-Wow and other activities. 

Inside the dorm, the Council acts 
as a liaison between those various 
groups which service the dorm and 



at the same time serves as an opin- 
ion group for the Administration. 
The Council successfully waged a 
campaign to allow a dorm Council 
member to be seated on the Union 
Activities Board this post year. 

The Council's programs range 
from a get-aquainted mixer and 
special supper during freshman 
week to honor freshman and var- 
sity basketball teams at the close 
of the season. 

But the Loyola Hall Council is 
not entirely involved in politics 
and social activities. A nightly ros- 
ary and Sunday benediction in the 
dorm chapel are held under the aus- 
pices of the Council. 




Loyola Hall Council. Standing: Bob Egan, Bill Senico, Tom Minogue, Jim Morkunas, Joe 
Bolsengo, Wally Brooker, Tony Zampano, Ed Kusek, Ed Szczurek, Lyie Rausch. Kneeling: 
Dennis Alexonder, Steve Gilmour, Joe Two, Len Greetis, John Zeitz, Bill Nico. 



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WOMEN'S DORM COUNCILS 

Representing students in the three university residence halls are the Dela- 
ware, Stebler, and "1043" Councils. "1043" is a recent, temporary addi- 
tion, opening this past September. 

Integrating their forces, all three work to enforce dormitory regulations 
and plan social activities for the year. They participate actively in the social 
activities of the University, including decorations for Pow-Wow and entrance 
of a candidate in the Miss Loyola contest. They also sponsor a party between 
semesters. 

In the academic realm, the first semester average for all women residents 
was 2.7. 



Stebler Hall Council. Standing: Carolyn Kohne, Martina Panozzo, Gertrude Fitzpotrick, 
Sharon Silverwood. Seated: Mary Ann Lain, Nancy Markovich, Ellen Miller, Margaret Schultz, 
Annette Vigeant. 




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Delaware Hall Council. Standing: Nancy Slaftery, Emmy Lou Mohaiok, Sharyn Mekus. 
Seated: Sue Freko, Cathy Silvagni, Christine Formanek, Frances Mizerik, 



"1043" Council. Standing: Barbara Dane, Ginny Morse, Mary Ann Slivka. Seated: Mory 
Ann Harvey, Paula Colandrea, Judy Brinkman, Marie Pindok, Pat Zimmerman, Charlotte 
Popp. 





GRADUATE 




REV. STEWART E. DOLLARD, S. J. 
Dean 



DR. PAUL KINIERY 
Assistant Dean 



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SCHOOL 



Mary Sebastian and Judy Closer enjoy coffee and conversoHon 
before their Graduate School evening classes. 





KAY SMITH 
Secretary to the Faculty 



The Graduate School in a school of arts and 
sciences which was established in 1926. The ob- 
jectives of the Graduate School are naturally the 
same as those of the University: to integrate scientific, 
literary, and cultural training with a sound philosophy 
of life based on Catholic principles of correct thinking 
and correct living. The secondary objective is to 
give highly specialized training in order to produce 
thinking and well-oriented scholars. 

The Reverend Stewart E. Dollard, S. J., has served 
as Dean of the School for the past fifteen years. Dr. 
Paul Kiniery, assistant dean, was appointed in 1932. 

The Master of Education degree and the Master 
of Arts degree in classics, English, history, mathe- 
matics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and Span- 
ish may be secured. The Master of Science degree 
may be obtained in anatomy, biochemistry, chemis- 
try, microbiology, oral anatomy, pharmacology, and 
physiology. Doctoral programs are offered in most 
fields as well. 



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COLLEGE 




REV. JOSEPH S. PENDERGAST, S. J. 
Dean 



REV. HUGH B. RODMAN, S. J. 
Associate Dean 



106 



OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 





Under the direction of Rev. J. S. 
Pendergost, S. J., the Loyola Univer- 
sity College of Arts and Sciences 
has maintained its purpose of de- 
veloping its students through a 
broad Christian education forming 
them into the ideal stated by Pope 
Pius XI: "The true Christian pro- 
duct of Christian education is the 
supernatural man who thinks, jud- 
ges, and acts constantly and con- 
sistently in accordance with right 
reason illumined by the superna- 
tural light of Christ's example and 
teaching." 

The Jesuit plan of education 
centers about the Liberal Arts Col- 
lege. The College in union with 
Christian ideals possesses the abil- 
ity to develop the "whole man" — 
physically, spiritually, and socially. 

Liberal Arts offers students 
training for a particular profession 
with knowledge beyond the interests 
of their field. It enables them to 
properly evaluate their own lives 
and to hove the proper perspective 
in relation to their roles in our 
present culture. 

In an effort to better serve the 
student body, the College has fre- 
quently expanded its staff and in- 
tensified its academic schedule. 



DION J. WILHELMI 
Assistant to the Dean 



THOMAS P. ANDERSON 
Assistant to the Dean 



J. Dennis Lamping and Pat Duffy as- 
sist L. S. C. students with their new 
semester schedules. 




HONORS PROGRAM 





DR. JOSEPH J. WOLFF 

Direcfor 

Honors Program 

Lewis Towers Campus 



REV. CARL J. BURLAGE, S. 
Director 
Honors Program 
Lake Shore Campus 



108 



An integral part of the University's aim of excell- 
ence in education is the H.P. which was established in 
1936 to provide those students with the necessary ability 
and energy the opportunity for a more comprehensive 
course of studies. Although more comprehensive courses 
ore required in all fields, the central purpose of the 
program is to provide a more intensive study of the 
student's major field. Additional courses in the major 
area ore taken in junior and senior years. The new- 
est addition to the program is a series of Honors Col- 
loquies. These colloquies cover all the major fields, pro- 
viding on opportunity for a wide exchange of ideas 
among the students in the program. 




Gathered at the Old Cathay Restaurant for on Honors Program party ore John Wanat, 
Marianne Parker, Susanne Strom, Mark Scott, Timothy Materer, Rev. Carl J. Burlage, S. J., and 
Stephen Gilmour. 




Kenneth Feit, Kathleen Richards, 
Eleanor Sigborn, and Rev, John 
Kemp, S. J. consider the medieval era. 



ARTS AND SCIENCES DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 

Although the oldest of Loyola's 
schools, the College of Arts and 
Sciences is quite possibly its most 
dynamic and creative component. 
This was nowhere better demon- 
strated than in the many extra or 
intracurricular activities either in- 
itiated or revitalized this year. 




DR. RAYMOND P. MARIELLA 
Chemistry 



DR. JOHN M. WOZNIAK 
Education 



DR. JOHN S. GERRIETTS 
English 



One of the notable achievements 
of the English Department this year 
was the appearance of Obscurity 
and a Penny, an undergraduate 
publication devoted to the encour- 
agement of Loyolan poetry. Al- 
though entirely a student project, 
the magazine received informal ad- 
vice and assistance from members 
of the English faculty. 



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(. WALTER P. PETERS, S. J. 
Biology 




REV, CHARLES H. RUST, S. J 
Mathematics 



DR. PAUL S. LIETZ 
History 



111 



The Classics Department could boast of 
the spread of Epsilon Pi Rho, the University 
Classical Club, to the Lake Shore Campus in 
1961. The growth of the club newspaper, 
Vox, and an Interest Day for high school stu- 
dents were also realized. 





REV. STEWART E. DOLLARD, S. J. 
Modern Languages 



REV. FRANCIS L. FILAS, S. J. 
Theology 



REV. RALPH A. GALLAGHER, 5. J. 
Sociology 



REV. J. DONALD ROLL, 
Physics 



The History, Philosophy, and Theology De- 
partments all increased their lecture programs 
this year. Theological lectures included talks 
on Church devotions. Scripture, Mafer et 
Magistra, and an address by Father Bernard 
Leeming, S.J., on Church unity. The History 
Department also made important contributions 
toward easing the adjustment of foreign stu- 
dents through its support of the Foreign Stu- 
dents Association. 



112 



V. TORRENS HECHT, S. J. 
Philosophy 






DR. JOSEPH F. MENEZ 
Political Science 




DONALD J. STINSON 
Speech 



MATTHEW R. GIUFFRE 
Military Science 



DR. LLOYD L. ARNOLD 
Natural Science 



113 



Biology Faculty 



Dr. Edward E. Palinscor, Dr. Thomas 
E. Malone, Dr. Kenichi K. Hisaoka, 
Virginia A. Kuta, Dr. John W. Rip- 
pon, Rev. Walter P. Peters, S. J., 
John W. Hudson, Dr. Benedict Jas- 
koski. Dr. Boris Spiroff. 




Chemistry Faculty 



Standing: Dr. James Wilt, Dr. Charles 
McCoy, Dr. Edward Lim, Dr. Harvey 
Posvic. Seated: Dr. John Reed, Dr. 
Frank Cassaretto, Dr. Raymond Mar- 
iella. Dr. John Huston. 




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classics Faculty 




ttanding: Rev. Theodore J. Tracy, S. J., George Szemler, Rev. Anthony Galea, S. J., Charles 
^. Weisbrod. Seated: Dr. Leo M. Kaiser, Rev. Laurence E. Henderson, S. J., Rev. James 
I. Mertz, S. J., Dr. D. Herbert Abel. 



iducation Faculty 



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Sfonding: William Meyer, Dr. Samuel Chidekel, Dr. Ernest 
Proulx, William Hurley, Dr. Jasper Volenti. Seafed: Dorothy Lar- 
ney. Dr. John Wozniak, Dr. Arthur O'Mora, Dr. Kotherine 
Kochno. 



Education Faculty 



Standing: Dr. Wellington, Dr. Samuel Mayo, Carter Frieberg. 
Seated: Douglas Van Bramer, Rosemary Donatelli, Elizabeth 
Mollahan. 





Standing: Dr. Thomas Gorman, William Cavanaugh, Richard Robbilard, Dr. Earl J. Clark, 
Harold Murphy, Alfred Poulin, Winfield Lenox, Howard Warchol, Dr. Joseph Wolff, Rev. 
Carl Stratman. Seated: M. Kathleen Dobbins, Katherine Marron, William Leahy, Edward 
Bobowicz, James Kulas, Martin Svaglic, Dr. Paul Hummert. 



English Faculty 



Standing: Jomes Chambers, John Brennan, David Kubal, Ellen Powers, Ellen Mary West, 
Robert Bator, Rev. Edward Surtz, S. J., William Dempsey, John Rohan, Dr. John Gerrietts. 
Seated: Julius Kuhinka, Dr. James Barry, Dr. David Spencer, Dr. Patrick Casey, Dr. Ligeia 
Gallagher, Dion Wilhelmi, Rita Clarkson. 




116 




History Faculty 



Standing: Robert Burke, Jeremy Borker, Anthony Stringer, Paul Davis, Kevin Buckley, Ed- 
ward Heberg, Louis Spitznogel, Jomes Strassmaier. Seated: Dr. Raymond T. Schmandt, Rev. 
John Mentag, S. J., Dr. Robert McCiuggoge, Dr. Paul S. Lletz, Dr. Kenneth M. Jackson, Rev. 
John L. McKenzie, 5. J., Anne Steele. 



Standing: Rev. Charles H. Rust, S. J., Dr. Joseph Zajdel, Dr. Robert Reisel, Dr. Richard 
Driscoll, George McKenna, Seated: Marie Indurante, Rev. Francis Gerst, S. J., John Connelly, 
Robert Kujala. 



Mathematics 
Faculty 




Military Science Faculty 



Standing: M/Sgt. Melvin Wagner, 
M/Sgt. Harold Tovott, Sgt. Mor- 
gan Murphy. Seated: Maj. John Ga- 
gin, Lt. Col. Matthew Giuffre, Maj. 
John Sanderson, Jr., Capt. Frank 
Gartmon. 





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Top Row: Herbert Meyer, Myron 
Zelman, Dr. Mario Federlci. Second 
Row: Dr. Apostol, Winifred Bowmon. 
Third Row: Dr. Albin Liaugminas. 
Bottom Row: Manuel Blanco Gonzalez, 
Dr. Graciono Salvador, Dr. Valeria 
Laube. 



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Natural Science Faculty 



Standing: Robert Pearson, Dr. Philip 
Seitner, Seated: Dr. Yog Ahujo, Dr. 
Lloyd Arnold, Marjorie Andre. 




Philosophy Faculty 




First Row: Rev. Vincent Kelly, S. J., Nelson A. LoPlonte, James J. Cannon, Rev. F. Torrens 
Hecht, S. J., Roberto Z. Apostol. Second Row: Rev. Thomas N. Munson, S. J., Theodore J. 
Kondoleon, Francis J. Catania. Third Row: Vincent C. Punzo, Rev. Carl J. Burlage, S. J., 
Robert G. Armamentos, Rev. Lothor L. Nurnberger, S. J., Mr. George E. Connelly. 



119 




Physics Faculty 



Standing: Kenneth Hennig, Barbara 
Ponkos, Kenneth Potocki, William 
Nellis, George Obermaier, Dennis Gar- 
vey. Seated: Dr. Albert Clous, Dr. 
Theodore Phillips, John Melchiors, 
Rev J. Donald Roll, S. J. 




Political Science Faculty 



Standing: Dr. Francis Schwarzenburg, 
George Wray. Seated: Rev. Joseph 
Small, S. J., Dr. Joseph Menez, Rev. 
Robert C. Hartnett, S. J. 



120 



Psychology Faculty 



Standing: Dr. Henry Lambin, Dr. 
Horace J. Rimboldi, Dr. Paul J. Von 
Ebers. Seated: Rev. Charles I. Doyle, 
S. J., Dr. Magda B. Arnold, Miss 
Marcella A. Twomey, Rev. Vincent 
V. Herr, S. J. 




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Stonding: Dr. Ronald Walker, Dr. 
Joseph Devane, Mr. John Flanagan, 
Dr. Frank Kobler. Seated: Dr. Robert 
NIcolay, Dr. Richard Maier, Rev. 
Theodore V. Purcell, S. J. 



Sociology Faculty 




Standing: Dr. Francis Cizon, John 
Lennon, Dr. Gordon Zahn. Seated: 
Rev. Sylvester Sieber, Rev. Ralph Gal- 
lagher, S. J., Dr. Paul Mundy. 




Speech Faculty 



Standing: Henry Bussey II, Donald 
Dickinson, Donald Stinson, William 
Morris. Seated: Pearl Heffron, 
Eloine Koprowski, Cotherine Geary. 



122 



Theology Faculty 



Rev. William A. Dehler, S. J., Rev. George M. Courtney, Rev. Ralph H. Talkin, Rev. Fred F. 
Bergewisch, S. J., Rev. John E. Mullin, S. J., Rev. Morcellus J. Monoco, S. J., Rev. Raymond 
F. Bellock, S. J., Rev. Eugene J. Ahern, Rev. Francis L. Filas, S. J., Rev. Robert J. McClory, 
Rev. Mark F. Hurtibise, S. J., Rev. Thomas I. Healy, Rev. John J. Fahey, Rev. Robert E. 
Henely, Rev. George A. Slominski, Rev. Philip T. Waller, Rev. John J. Felice, S. J. 




123 





VERY REV. WALTER L.FARRELL, S.J. 
Rector 



REV. WILLIAM P. LESAINT, S. J. 
Dean in Theology 




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WEST BADEN COLLEGE 



Activities at the West Baden Springs resort area 
rather changed when, in 1934, it became the site of 
West Baden College for Jesuit seminarians. This col- 
lege provides training, principally in Philosophy and 
Theology, for the Jesuits who will serve in the Chicago 
area. By virtue of being a Pontificial Institute, since 
1945, the school is empowered to grant the degree of 
Licentiate in Philosophy — a degree enabling the recip- 
ient to teach in the Jesuit order. The college also grants 
the Licentiate and the Doctorate in Sacred Theology. 





REV. MICHAEL M. MONTAGUE S. J. 
Dean in Philosophy 



Three seminarians (turned lumber- 
jacks) prepare to fell their first 
Christmas tree as the joyous season 
descends upon them. 



Elated over their confirmed appoint- 
ment to the missions of the Southern 
Rhodesia, Jerome Nodratowicz (berob- 
ed in white) discusses his proposed 
trip with Frank Chamberlain, Paul 
O'Brien, and Gerald Streeter. 





That this is o perfect setting for 
meditation (or rollicking) is indicat- 
ed by the fresh snow tracks. 



Two energetic and hungry seminar- 
ians pause on the trail. 




Flanked by the symmetry of the Col- 
lege atrium, Dennis Dillon, Richard 
Cherry, and John Hordner meditate. 





Evoluating the extent of flood dam- 
age, two scholastics seek comfort in 
their new floating garden. 




The wisdom of the ages. 



126 




Vying for the extra point, Robert 
Schmidt slaps the volley ball beyond 
Jock Croakley's reach. 





Let there be light! 



Rollond Smith, William Vom Steeg, 
Theodore Linden, and Richard Perry 
"philosophize" inside their cabin. 





Cutting corners, Edward Sunshine 
cheerfully executes his technique on 
patient Charles Peterson. 



Studying Spanish, Daniel Coffey enjoys 
the benefit of the language learning 
lob which he nearly singlehandedly 
built and mointoins ot the college. 



127 



PRE-SEMINARY LATIN PROGRAM 



The Pre-Seminary Latin Program was established 
to provide basic courses in Latin for those who 
wish to become candidates for the priesthood, but 
who have not had any previous training in the 
language. The course of study is somewhat of a 
"crash program" in which the student attends no 
other classes except those in Latin. The program 
lasts an entire semester in which five three hour 
credit courses are taken. These courses include 
the two elementary Latin courses plus work in 
Cicero, Virgil, and Latin syntax. 




REV. LAWRENCE E. HENDERSON, S.J. 
Director 




Front row: Michael Brown, Guido Del Rose, Kevin Flaherty, Thomas Schewer, Hermann 
Gauggel, John O'Neill, John Bernosky. Second row: Vincent Giese, Sheldon Franz, Leo Rous, 
James Atwell, Thomas Glenn, Jerry Hudrlik, Leo Quinn, Father Henderson. Third row: John 
Warner, Jack Noys, Marc Pierce, Robert Nichols, Lawrence O'Connor, John Manno, Thomas 
Eichler, James Moriorty, William Gahagan. Fourth row: James Eagen, Daniel Roche, James 
Parr, Dennis McCarthy, James Kurtz, EIroy Flores. 



128 




The School of Business Administration is a new 
name for an old and fine college of Loyola University 
— the College of Commerce. Renamed this year after 
38 years, the new School of Business Administration 
is still headed by Dean J. Raymond Sheriff. 

The past few years have witnessed rapid and sig- 
nificant changes in the world. With this in mind the 
college has fully analyzed these changes, and has 
revised end expanded its curriculum accordingly. Em- 
phasis is placed on liberal studies in the first half of 
the program which is followed by intensive training 
in the basic principles of business. Specialization is 
held to a minimum so as not to destroy the breadth 
of this type of education. 



THE SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



DR. J. RAYMOND SHERIFF 
Dean 



DR. THOMAS BORELLI 
Assistant Dean 




130 



DR. THEODOSI A. MOGILNITSKY 
Economics and Finance 




GEORGE J. NIARCHOS 
Marketing 




Marketing Faculty 



Standing: Dr. George Niarchos. 
Seafed: Dr. Gerhard Ditz, Donald 
Mayer. 




Dr. Frances Murans, Dr. Theodosi Mogilnitsky Dr. Sylvester Frizol. 

Economics and Finance Faculty 



John A. Zvetina, John R. Jozwiak. 

Business Law Faculty 




Management Faculty 



Joseph McCullough, Dr. Raymond 
Mayer, Rev Raymond Jancouskos, S.J. 




Accounting Faculty 



Standing: Adam Stoch, John Zvetina, Richard Kusek, 
Robert Meier, Richard Collins. 



Rev. Dumas L, McCleary. Seated: Dr. 



133 




University College is a separate and 
unique undergraduate college, yet a vital 
part of Loyola- It has attained the larg- 
est enrollment of any college in the 
university, serving, primarily, those who 
work during the day and must limit their 
educational pursuits to part-time atten- 
dance at night. It also affords the op- 
portunity to advance the cultural and 
intellectual interests of those who wish 
to satisfy their own aesthetic strivings 
without concern for credit or immediate 
graduation. The college also attracts 
teachers in service desiring to achieve 
higher degrees or certificates. 

The faculty of the College of Arts and 
Sciences, and other professional men 
and women, provide the best possible 
instruction for these students. The col- 
lege, which began in 1914, is adminis- 
tered by its own dean. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



RICHARD A. MATRE 
Dean 



JOHN P. DONOHUE 
Assistant to the Dean 




134 




The spirit of Christmas prevails in the University College as the 
secretaries decorate the office with a creche. 



Marion Bloke and Joseph Barney ossure Beverly Ness that 
Meterology is as enjoyable a course as a Milky Way. 



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Dr. WILLIAM P. SCHOEN 
Dean 



Completing its 79th year of activ- 
ity, the Loyola School of Dentistry 
during 1961-62 continued to train stu- 
dents to meet the growing needs of 
the Chicago area. 

In addition to classroom study of 
bacteriology, onatomy, chemistry, and 
related subjects, students demonstrat- 
ed their ability by applied work in the 
school's Medical Center clinic. Their 
aim was to acquire a thorough knowl- 
edge of the diagnosis, prevention, and 
treatment of oral and related diseases. 

Graduate students concentrated 
their study in the specialized fields of 
periodontics, orthodontics, and oral 
surgery. Their work was aided by the 
school's closed circuit television sys- 
tem, the first of its kind in the nation. 



DENTAL SCHOOL 




DR. FRANK M. AMATURO 
Assistant Dean 



136 





FRANCIS A. VAUGHAN, 
Student Counselor 



S.J. 



DR. JOHN R. ALLISON 
Director of Clinics 



JOHN E. BLICKENSTAFF 
Director of Audio-Visual Education 



MARY JO WOLFE 
Librarian 



137 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 






DR. JAMES E. BEST 
Endodontics 



DR. WILLIAM P. BURCH 
Pedodonfics 



DR. PAUL P. DAWSON 
Operative Surgery 






DR. GEORGE J. MATOUSEK 
Fixed Prosthesis 



DR. GUSTAV W. RAPP 
Chemistry and Physiology 



DR. ANTHONY W. GARGIULO 
Periodontics 






DR. ARTHUR J. KROL 
Prosthetics 



DR. JOSEPH R. JARABAK 
Orthodontics 



DR. NICHOLAS C. CHOUKAS 
Oral Surgery 






DR. JOHN J. O'MALLEY 
Histology 



DR. PATRICK D. TOTO 
Research and Oral Pathology 



DR. NICHOLAS J. BRESCIA 
Anatomy 




A candid shot of the Senior Technique Laboratory reveals very industrious students. 



Discussing Dental Moterials are Dr. Schoen, Dr. Molnar, and Dr. Connell. 





Anatomy and Histology Faculty. Dr. John O'Malley, Dr. Nicholas Brescia, and Dr. Kenneth Nolan. 



In one of the Labs, Norman Sawyer gives some pointers to dental student John Buzenas. 




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Dr. Thomas W. Russell, Dr. Dale Kostiwa, Dr. Paul Dawson, Dr. M. Michael Ivans. 




Mrs. Winifred Garvey, switchboard 
operator pages one of the students. 



Dr. George Matousek, Dr. Richard Handschu. 





Students work with Dr. Frank Lucatorto, Chairman of Oral Diagnosis. 




Dr. Walter Becker and his nurse, Miss Mildred Vitous. 



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Dr. Jarabak and graduate students 
exomine a difficult cose in the clinic. 




Two members of the Pedodontics 
Faculty, Dr. Williom Burch and Dr. 
Nicholas Polito examine the work 
being done by student Donald Gordon 
on his patient. 




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The Chicago College of Dental Surgery is 
located in the heart of the concentration of 
health facilities embracing five hospitals known 
as the West Side Medical Center. 





Prosthodontics Faculty. Dr. Arthur J. Krol, Dr. 
Jackson P. Fletcher, and Dr. Rinert Gerhard. 



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SCHOOL OF LAW 



JOHN C. HAYES 
Dean 





Representative Paul Simons, Dean 
Hayes, Fr. Hartnett, S.J., and Prof. 
Carpenter at the Speakers' Luncheon 
at Younker's Restaurant. 



The School of Low of Loyola University, 
founded in September, 1908, and approved 
by the American Bar Association in 1925, 
confers the degree of Juris Doctor and Bach- 
elor of Lows. The method of instruction 
employed by the School enables the student 
to thoroughly prepare for the practice of 
law. The School's courses yield primary 
attention to the law of Illinois but do not 
treat it exclusively. The Law School strives 
to enlighten the minds of its students in 
regard to their professional and Christian 
duties. Not only civil but also social and 
religious duties must be fulfilled by the 
student both as a lawyer and as a man. 

The School conducts both a day division 
and an evening division and has a present 
enrollment of over 300 students. 

The fine education offered by the School 
of Law of Loyola University is made pos- 
sible through continuous survey and revi- 
sion of courses offered by the faculty and 
through the employment of the most pro- 
ficient and most recent studies in law. 



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Standing: Richard V. Carpenter, J. Forkins, Francis C. Sullivon, 
Vincent F. Vltullo. Seated: John A. Zvetina, John C. Hayes, 
William L. Lamey. 





Ted Wyroski, President of the Student 
Bar Association, addresses the Fresh- 
men at the Pearson Hotel. 



Rev. William J. Kenealy, S. J., 
browses through low material in his 
office. 



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Low School Moot Court teams. Standing: Robert P. O'Mearo, Neil 
F. Hortigcn, John H. Scheid. Seated: Gary D. Friedman, Frank 
R. Reynolds, James B. Sloan. 




Freshmen law students receive their 
final instructions during orientation. 



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A Christmas dance wos held for the Iqw school 
in the Mosaic Room of the Belden Stratford 
Hotel. Seen here are Jim Sloan, Mike Hartman, 
Mike Caldwell, John Sheid, and their dates. 



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Low students and foculty listen attentively to 
one of the speeches given at the Speakers' 
Luncheon at the commencement of the year. 



Mel Kamm, a senior law student, attempts to 
lead a song fest at the hoyride held in 
September. Other identifiable law students ore 
Fronk Van Bree, Bill Creed, Maury McCarthy, 
Paul Cronin, and Clem Stegman. 




Roger Galassini and Bill Connell are 
seen studying vigorously in the Law 
Library. 



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DR. JOHN F. SHEEHAN 
Dean 



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STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



DR. FREDERICK M. SELFRIDGE 
Director of Mercy Hospital Clinic 



REV. JOHN W. BIERI, S.J. 
Student Counselor 



DR. THOMAS P. GALARNEAULT, JR. 
Associate Professor, Mircrobiology 




As an integral part of the Uni- 
versity, the School of Medicine has 
risen to the point of being one of 
the finest medical schools in the 
world. Currently representing a 
consolidation of four independent 
medical schools, Stritch dates bock 
to 1909 when the first of these, 
Illinois Medical School, was affili- 
ated with Loyola University. 

The objective of the school is to 
provide on opportunity for educa- 
tion in sound medical science and 
to fit the qualified student for the 



practice of medicine- An additional 
responsibility, and one which goes 
hand in hand with this objective, 
is that of extending the knowledge 
and methods of control of the phy- 
sical and mental afflictions of man 
through the research efforts of 
teacher and student. 

For professional, research, and 
educational purposes, Stritch oper- 
ates main clinics at Mercy Hospital, 
Loretto Hospital, Lewis Memorial 
Maternity Hospital, and Cook Coun- 
ty Hospital. 



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Dr. Jomes J. Callahan, Chair- 
man, Bones and Joint Surgery, 

lectures on prostheses. 



Gerald Tomazewski, a graduate 
student, preparing vacuum 
equipment for an experiment. 




DR. THRSLE T. JOB 

Professor Emeritus of Anatomy 

Assistant to the Dean 





DR. ALEXANDER G. KARCZMAR, 
Chairman, Phormocology and Ther- 
spentics adjusting o "Dynograph". 



Freshmen students Hellen Mellinger, 
Bill Matviuw, Larry Mazzorello, and 
James Malloy, working in the lab. 



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Cited for his distinguished excellence 
in orthopedic surgery and medical 
education, Dr. James J. Callahan 
receives the 1961 Stritch Award 
from Dean Sheehan as the very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S. J., offers con- 
gratulations to the doctor. 



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Graduote students Priscilla Bourgault and Stuart Ridlon with Dr. 
Karczmor and Dr. Akers operate Pharmacology polygraphs. 



Dr Einar Leifson, Chairman Microbiology, 

studies o slide in his lab. 



Carroll Grimm, a senior medico! student, exam- 
ines o patient in the Clinic. 




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Dr. Leifson flames his loop. 





Dr. Lincoln V. Domm 
Chairman, Anatomy 





Dr. Robert Hodek works with freshmen students Bob Ryan, Leroy 
Smith, and Jim Smith in an Anatomy study. 



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Freshmen Jim Smith and Gregory Grabiak conduct a dissection. 




Dr. Hugh J. McDonald, Chairman, 
Biochemistry, with an ionograph 
chart. 




Dr. Walter C. Randall, Chairmon, 
Physiology, checking a polygraph 
(lie detector) record. 



Dr. Horry Wang, a Professor of 
Anatomy, examines specimens. 



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Grace Shramek, graduate student in Micro- 
biology, examines tissue cultures. 



Olfot Awod, Jean Mavigliano, and John 
Fernandez moke a polygraph of a dog. 





James Eggers, senior, takes patient's 
blood pressure in the Clinic. 



Anatomy groduote student Bernodette 
Word compares specimens for class. 



Dr. Wilbur C. Wellband, Instructor 
in Anatomy, reviews his materiel. 






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Glodys Kiniery 
Dean 



Essie Anglum 
Public Heolth Nursing 




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SCHOOL OF NURSING 



Now entering into its twenty-seventh year the 
Loyola School of Nursing has good reason to be proud 
of its nursing program. During this time it has trained 
and educated young women to assume their places 
in a world clamoring for help in its battle against 
sickness and disease. 

The School of Nursing offers two degree programs. 
It has designed a basic program for high school 
gradutes which combines nurse's training with liberal 
arts studies. And it has a supplemental degree pro- 
gram which allows registered nurses to attain a de- 
gree by supplementing their three year hospital 
diploma with college academic work. 

This college, as all of the colleges of the University, 
endeavors to imbue its students not only with the 
technical skills necessary in the nursing profession, 
but also strives to instill in each individual a knowl- 
edge of herself, God, and her fellowmen. 




Nursing Faculty. Standing: Martha Goodrich, Mary Kortel, Clarice 
Rusvold, Marjorie Kaepplinger, Morgoret McDermott, Angeline 
Ambrosia, Constance Ferris, Leona Smolinski, Monica Schwabe, 
Frances Geddo, Mary O'Neill. Seated: Mary Sloan, Imogene King, 
Cecilia Fennessy, Gladys Kiniery, Essie Anglum, Shirley Boettger. 




Alice McHugh and Marilynn Carey 
examine a medical record in order 
to give better nursing care. 





Frances Geddo teaches registered 
nursing students Helen Grace ond 
Joan Harper procedures for the 
proper odministration of narcotics. 



Alice McHugh prepares a hypodermic 
syringe for one of her patients. 



Alice McHugh, Marilyn Carey, Joan 
Harper, and Helen Grace hold a 
nursing team conference with the 
instructor, Frances Geddo, to plan 
for their patients' rehabilitotion. 




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Marilyn Carey stops ot the floor desk 
to check a patient's medication 
schedule. 



Dr. Chorles Proctor, Strltch School of Medicine, lectures on 
pharmocology in a nursing class. 




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Barbara Phillips, Margaret Molone, 
and Pat Zimmerman busy themselves 
at the reception desk at Saint Francis 
Hospital, Evanston. 



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Junior nurses in a lakeside proces- 
sional to the chapel on Recognition 
Day. 



Nurses prepare a patient for the 
operating room as part of their in- 
hospital training at Saint Francis. 






Nurses attend Mass and Communion at the annual Recognition 
Day. 



Pat Matousek and Bea Bouchonville 
worl< carefully in the Medicine 
Room. 



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INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND 



REV. RALPH A. GALLAGHER, S.J. 
Director 




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Philomena Mullady, associate pro- 
fessor, and Paul B. Grant, field 
representative, examine a new piece 
of literature for seminar use. 



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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 



The Institute of Social and Industri- 
al Relations was founded at Loyola 
University in 1941. It offers courses 
on a graduate level to students seeking 
preparation and advancement in the 
field of personnel administration, in- 
dustrial relations, and public ad- 
ministration. It also offers courses to 
students seeking training as sociolo- 
gists in industry or government, or 
as teachers of the social sciences. 

Such a program recognizes the 
strategic importance of employer- — ■ 
employee relationships in modern in- 
dustrial society. Practical experience 




Father Gallagher lectures to an I.S.I.R. 
class. 




The law library gets much use fron 
I.S.I.R. students. 



in various fields is available to the 
student through the cooperation of 
companies, unions, and governmental 
agencies which devote their time and 
energy to introducing the students to 
the actual operation of various phases 
of industrial relations. This plan is 
called the Internship Program. 



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MATTHEW H^ SCHOENBAUM 
Dean of the School of Social Work 



Social workers aid troubled people in solving 
problems which hamper a productive and satisfying 
life. 

Seeing the essential dignity of man, and ap- 
preciating both his natural and supernatural qualities, 
the Catholic social worker helps the underprivileged, 
the needy, and the physically and mentally ill. He 
applies moral and ethical principles in freeing in- 
dividuals from the obstacles which impede their con- 
tinued growth. The social worker, then, assists in God's 
own work — the betterment of mankind. 

But to be an effective social worker, principles 
must be blended with a scientific knowledge of human 
behavior, familiarity with social service, and an 
intense interest in people. 

The Loyola School of Social Work possesses a 
philosophy which permeates its entire curriculum. 
Using a framework of scholastic philosophy and 
Catholic theology, the School integrates high pro- 
fessional competence with the ideals of Christian life. 



Dennis Duffy, Mary Sherlock, and Mary Lu Roberts pause at 
the bulletin board to read about a new development in the 
profession — the certification of social workers. 



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Social Work faculty; standing: Rev. Felix Biestek, SJ., Alice Monan, Mary O'Laughlin, 
Margaret O'Byrne, Shirley Anderson, Romana Burke; seated: Earline Woods, Constance 
Kellam, Dean Shoenbaum, Margaret Dwyer, and Martha Urbanowski. 



The orientation program held on the Lake Shore Campus in September was attended by most 
of the second-year students. 




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The insecure look on the faces of this 
portion of the first-year class is ex- 
plained by the fact that this picture 
was token on their second day in 
school. 




The research project of second-year students functions through 
small committees. This one is composed of Alvina Glancey, Julius 
Zittler, Willis Hartman, and Geraldine Tosby. The "kibitzers" are 
Julian Abraham and Bernard Karkos. 




The senior officers of the Student Council, Richard Triska, 
Barbara Shannon, Bernard Farkos, and Julian Abraham meet 
to plan the election of the first-year officers. 



This is the other half of the first year 
students. The visit to the Lake Shore 
Campus was one item in their orien- 
tation program. 




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JEROME V. JACOBSEN 
Director 



This mural denotes the vorious paths of the 
early Jesuit missionaries. 




INSTITUTE OF JESUIT HISTORY 

The institute of Jesuit History of Loyola 
University is integrated academically with 
the graduate school of the university. Co- 
ordination with the graduate school is ar- 
ranged between the director of the institute, 
the Rev. Jerome V. Jacobsen, S.J. and the 
Dean. 

The purpose of the institute is their 
promotion of the study of American Jesuit 
History by research and publications in this 
field and by teaching history in the graduate 
school of the University. The institute has 
published a number of monographs on Jesuit 
history, several texts in history, and publishes 
the quarterly, Mid-America. 




CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER 



The Child Guidance Center was established at 
Loyola University in 1941. Since that time the 
Center has served more than 8,000 clients and 
their families. Six full-time clinical psychologists 
and a group of trained assistants staff the 
facilities. 

The Center gives child guidance service of a 
psychological (non-psychiatric nature), dealing 
with behavioral problems, school adjustment, vo- 
cational guidance, interpretation of retardation 
and mental deficiency, pre-school training, and 
counseling on special school placements. It also 
provides personal counseling of children and 
adolescents, with emphasis on the counseling of 
parents and the treatment of children's emotionni 
problems by psychological therapy. 



REV, CHARLES I, DOYLE, S.J. 
Director 



Loyola Child Guidance Center Staff. 
Seated. Judy Hoffman, Virginia 
Wenzel, Susanne Jiminez, Dorothy B. 
Auw, Mary Julia Masterman, Helen 
K. Pancer. Standing: Fr. Dennis Lusy, 
Charles Potkay, Jean Voss, Marcello 
A. Twomey, Ann Henl^e, Fr. Charles 
I. Doyle, S.J., Fr. Gerald Grant. 




The Home Study Department was 
established in 1921 to bring the uni- 
versity to the student, and it has 
done exactly that. This year students 
are enrolled from every state in the 
Union and from Canada. Servicemen 
and religious in distant Africa and 
Europe are also taking advantage of 
this unique opportunity to further 
their academic training. 

Loyola University is one of only 
two Catholic universities offering a 
program of home study. And as a 
member of the National University 
Extension Association, Loyola's home 
study courses are widely advertised 
through the NUEA Guide to Corres- 
pondence Studies. 





MISS MARY LOUISE McPARTLIN 
Direcfor of Home Study 



HOME STUDY DEPARTMENT 



Marlon Gubala, Mrs. Rose Szabelski, 
and Christine Chonis perform the 
secretarial duties In the Home Study 
Department. 



honoraries 




Blue Key members standing: Dick 
Rogan, Joe Scully, and Jim Brophy; 
seated: Al Busa, Fred Green, and Jack 
Fahrenbach. 



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BLUE KEY 




Blue Key members standing: John Dentzer, Mike McConnell, 
Earl Olson, Jim Alex, Jim Murray, Richord L. Delo, and Maury 
McCorthy, seated: Jim Harris, Jack Billimack, Bob Wall, presi- 
dent. Lorry Gerber, and Jim Moron. 



Blue Key, the National Leader- 
ship and Honor Fraternity, is an 
organization which honors the well- 
rounded collegian who fulfills the 
qualifications of the organization. 
Each year Blue Key selects pledges 
from the schools of Business Ad- 
ministration, Dentistry, Lake Shore 
and Lewis Towers Arts, Law, 
Medicine, and University College. 
The students ore selected on the 
basis of the Blue Key principles of 
leadership, service and scholarship. 
A number of honorary memberships 
are also bestowed. The awards are 
presented at the annual Invitation 
Dinner, at which the Faculty Man 
of the Year, and the Organization 
of the Year are named. 



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Blue Key pledges are inducted during the annual Invitational 
Donee. 




1962 Blue Key pledges front: Mike Connolly, Mick Donahue, Jock Lewis, Tom Philpott, Mike 
Dessimoz, Don Kuncth, and Bob Aogord; middle: Dean Sorenson, James Ferrini, Dick Dunne, 
Jim Schneider, Ted Wyroski, Tom Nelson, Jim Reilly, Ken Bresley; top: Lorry Grady, Neil 
Hartigan, James Rasmusson, Don Harries, Bill Gardiner, Kevin Forde, Horry Dolan, Bill Nico, 
and Don Barrett. 



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ALPHA SIGMA NU 



As a national Jesuit honorary fraternity, Alpha Sigma Nu 
was founded in 1915 and established its Loyola Chapter in 1939. 
Presently, membership is extended to thirty Jesuit colleges and 
universities, while Loyola's ranks contain some 350 inductees. 
Nominated by the campus Deans and chapter members, 
prospective candidates are finally selected by the President of 
the University on the basis of academic excellence consistent 
with cultural and intellectual service to the University. Officers 
of the organization during the current year have planned several 
activities including the annual banquet. Rev. John A. Kemp, 
S.J. is the moderator. 




Alpha Sigma Nu members standing: Richard Rogan, Gerald Swick, Dr. James Smith, James 
Harris, Charles Lewis, Kenneth Feit, Fronk Reynolds, Daniel Radocha, Ernest Leydet, Robert 
Bonovich, Earl Olson; seated: Ronald Kampwirth, Dr. Carter Francis, John Lamendello, Rev. 
John A. Kemp, S.J., moderator. Dr. Ronald Severino, Joseph Lenihon, Dr. Charles Morrow, end 
John Ward. „ 

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Beta Alpha Psi Officers, standing: 
Michael Garvey, and Gerald Salotti, 
seated: Leonard Novotny, president, 
and Bro. Alan Syslo, C.S.V. 




BETA ALPHA PSI 



Beta Alpha Psi is the National Honorary 
Accounting Fraternity. On the basis of 
scholastic achievement in general business 
subjects and in accounting, its members are 
chosen. It provides its members with pro- 
fessional recognition for their achievements. 

The Beta Iota Chapter vv'os installed on the 
Loyola campus on November 10, 1960. Since 
its installation, it has provided its members 
with many opportunities to become acquainted 
with the accounting profession. It also pro- 
vides service to the University by assisting the 
accounting department in many of their extra- 
curricular projects. The Beta Iota Chapter 
also publishes a journal which presents 
current accounting problems to the account- 
ing students for their own advancement. 



Beta Alpha Psi members, left to right: Jerome Conlon, Michael 
Garvey, Leonard Novotny, Gerry Swick, Theodore Antos, Gearld 
Salotti, Bro, Alan Syslo, C.S.V, 




BETA GAMMA SIGMA 



Beta Gamma Sigma is the newest organization 
at Loyola. This notional honor commerce fraternity 
was founded this year on April 21, 1962, by Dr. 
Raymond Mayer who is head of the Management de- 
partment. Beta Gamma Sigma has chapters at all of 
the Big Ten universities. 

In order to join this organization, commerce 
students must be in attendance at Loyola for three 
years, and be in either the upper ten per-cent of the 
Senior class or the upper four per-cent of the Junior 
class. 



Beta Gamma Sigma Members, Richard Rogan, George Wehrle, Joanne Posch, John Dixon, 
and Jerry Swicl<, 




Circumference was founded in 1958 as on 
organization to give special recognition to women 
students who had excelled in scholarship, leadership, 
and service. The present 31 members have maintained 
a 2.5 cumulative average, which is also a prerequisite 
for the semester proceeding their installation. 

The candidates, nominated by the deans of 
various colleges, department heads, or by the Circum- 
ference members themselves, belong to at least two 
extracurricular organizations and have held two 
offices or major chairmanships. Although all members 
are chosen from the undergraduate level, this year 
Mariette le Blanc has been selected as the first 
honorary member. 




CIRCUMFERENCE 




Circumference Officers. Kothy Hawkins, secretary; Ellen Miller, 
treasurer; Marylee Cullen, president; Pat Cordon, vice-president. 



Circumference Members. Top row: Joon Tengblad, Ellen Miller, Dorlene O'Brochta, Lori 
Glott, Julie Fish, Kereen Forster, Helen Slottery. Middle row: Ann Shonnon, Bonnie Berteoux, 
Linda Doman, Sue Witt, Kay Cutler, Judy Duda, Jo Anne Cwikia, Kothy Hawkins, Pot Cordon, 
Bottom row: Arlene O'Brien, Mary Bergen, Miss Le Blanc, moderator; Monica Kozak, Judy 
Trotto, Alice McHugh, Marylee Cullen. 





DELTA SIGMA RHO 



Victorious members with Donald Stinson are Jerry Woynerowski, 
Nancy Klickman, Mary Lee Cullen, end Kael Kennedy. 




Delta Sigma Rho Officers. Donald 
Stinson, faculty sponsor, Tim Materer, 
Mary Lee Cullen, Ken Feit, president. 




A National Honorary Forensic 
Fraternity, Delta Sigma Rho was 
founded to encourage forensic achieve- 
ment and to reward those excelling in 
public speaking. Formed in Chicago 
in 1906, the fraternity now includes 
over eighty chapters nationally. 

In this, its third year of activity at 
Loyola, Delta Sigma Rho has at- 
tempted to promote forensics on the 
college level by providing the oppor- 
tunity for students to display their 
talent. On the high school level it 
contributes to the Chicago Catholic 
Debate League. 



PHI SIGMA TAU 



Phi Sigma Tau, the national honor 
society of philosophy, was established 
at Loyola in 1955. The Loyola Chapter 
was the national society's first chapter 
at a Catholic University. 

The aims of Phi Sigma Tau include 
the encouragement and rewarding of 
scholarship, the promotion of research 



and advanced study in philosophy, and 
the popularization of philosophy 
among the student body. Require- 
ments for membership include the 
maintaining of a "B" average in at 
least three philosophy courses. 

The group is moderated by the Rev. 
Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. 



Phi Sigma Tau Officers. Willian 
secretary; John Lyons, president. 



Nice, treasurer; Ellen Miller, 




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LOYOLAN UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS 



Loyolan Awards Committee,. Standing: 
Frank Augustyn, Eleanor Sigborn, Jim 
Schneider. Sitting: Alice Farrell, Jim 
Brophy, chalrmon; Pot Cordon, Micki 
Leaner Missing from picture were: 
Mike Lynch, Jack Fahrenbach, Sue 
Dupre, Ken Feit, and Dr. Kenneth 
Jackson, adviser. 







JOSEPH SCULLY 
Fraternity 



DONNA SIUDA 
Sorority 



WILLIAM NICO 
Independent 



In order to cite individuals for achievements in specific areas, the 
Loyolan editors and staff committee revised the 1962 awards to include the 
following categories: 

Athletics — for contribution to the University through Varsity 

sports. 
Greeks — for contributions to the University and the Greek 

system. 
Independents — for contributions to the University and the 

student body. 
Publications — for contributions to the University through 

publications. 
Scholarship — for outstanding academic achievement. 
Student Government — for contributions to student government. 



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BERNARD BLAU 
Athletics 




MARYLEE CULLEN 
Scholarship 







HANNELORE GLATT 
Independent 



EDWARD M. DONAHUE 
Student Government 



JUDITH KOSLOSKUS 
Student Government 



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DAVID SWINEHART 
Publications 



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Pi Delta Epsilon, an honorary fraternity, 
designed to reward the student journalist for 
his efforts, services and accomplishments was 
founded at Syracuse University in 1909. 

A group of students on the staff of the 
Loyolan, Cadence and the Loyola News in the 
school year of 1958-1959 formed an or- 
ganization to petition Pi Delta Epsilon to 
establish a chapter at Loyola University. On 
May 29, 1959, the Loyola chapter of Pi Delta 
Epsilon was officially established. The mem- 
bers of this fraternity have been given the 
honor of staffing Enosis, the quarterly 
publication of the Union Board. 

An annual banquet under the direction 
of Father Thomas J. Bryant, S.J. is given in 
May for new members. 



Pi Delta Epsilon Officers. Standing: 
Al Busa, Jim Kopp. Sifting: Lori Glott, 
Ellen Miller. 



PI DELTA EPSILON 




Pi Delta Epsilon. Standing: Pat Joyce, Colie Connelly, 
Alice Farrell, Marie Pindok, Jim Alex. 



Dave Swinehart. Sitting: Jim Brophy, 




PI GAMMA MU 





Professor Joseph F. Gensert, Moderator of Pi Gamma Mu, Govern- 
or Kerner, and Rev. Ralph A. Gallagher, S.J., Chairman of the 
Sociology Department hove on animated discussion. 



Thomas E. Burke addresses a Pi Gam- 
ma Mu ossembly at the 1961 ban- 
quet, while Roymond M . Milliard, 
Thomas F. Hawkins, and Mrs. Frank 
J. Lewis look on. 




Pi Gamma Mu is an exclusive 
notional honor society of scholars in 
the social sciences. It is comprised of 
those seniors, graduate students, 
faculty, and administration, who by 
previous academic and professional 
record have merited such nomination 
and national recognition. The annual 
induction for members takes place at 
a banquet in June. 



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Pi Gamma Mu Officers: Marianne 
Veseletts, Mary C. Bellini, end Vin- 
cent J. Grant. 




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Who's Who. Standing: Jack Billimock, 
Bob Wall, Butch Blau, Bob Mullen- 
back, Ken Bresley, Larry Grady. 
Seated: Lori Glatt, Lenore Quinn, 
Marylee Cullen, Joan Duffy. 



Who's Who, Dave Swinehart, Ellen 
Miller, Mick Donahue, Joe Scully. 




Who's Who. Kenneth Goljan, Peter 
Cunningham, 



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WHO'S WHO 



The first edition of Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges was published for 
the academic year 1934-1935. This year Loyola 
University will have participated in this recognition 
organization for the fourth time. 

Criteria for selection is based upon the student's 
scholarship, leadership, cooperation in educational 
and extracurricular activities, and promise of future 
usefulness. 

Each university or college that participates is 
assigned a separate quota large enough to give 
a well-rounded representative of student body, but 
small enough to confine nominations to an 
exceptional group of students. 





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The Accounting Club was founded at Loyola in 
1949. The purpose of the organization is to strive to 
bridge the gap between accounting theory and its 
practical application. This aim is accomplished 
through speakers from the fields of public accounting, 
industry, and banking. 

The organization actively participates in present- 
ing an Opportunity Conclave as an affiliate of the 
Illinois Conference of Accountancy Clubs. The entire 
day consists in acquainting the students with the 
opportunities available for employment, training, and 
advancement in the business world. 

The members are given the opportunity to take 
active participation in the various programs which 
it sponsors. This practical application of theories is 
an invaluable complement to their learning. The 
members are given the opportunity to discuss the 
programs and ideas of accountants employed in many 
of the outstanding Chicago area business firms. 



ACCOUNTING CLUB 



Accounting Club. Standing: Richard Carrol, Tom Blanchfield, and Jerry Conlon. Seated: Michael 
Garvey, Leonard Novotny, Theodore Antos, ond Gerald Salotti, 




Discussing future plans are American 

Chemical Society officers Leonard 

Piskewicz, Carolyn Mack, Lorry De 

Chatelet, president, and Julionna 
Kaczor. 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 



Dr. Frank Cossaretto, moderator, Don Allen, Dennis Piszkiewicz, 
Jim Bitto, Joe Roberts, Jay Sobath. Middle: Karen Donnenhauer, 
Marie Biel, Jerry Maas, Janino Roduilo, Stan Czepiel. Front: Vida 
Kanisauskas, Carolyn Mack, Nick Piazza, Julie Kaczor, Marilynn 
Cavender, Jim Vlazny, Larry DeChatelet, Mitch Gienco, 



In May of 1950, the American Chemical Society 
replaced the former Chemistry Club at Loyola. This 
Student affiliate branch of the American Chemical 
Society is open to students enrolled in the chemistry 
curriculum and other individuals who are interested 
in expanding their understanding of science beyond 
the classroom lecture The primary purpose of the 
Society entails the developing of o professional 
attitude among its members toward the field of 
chemistry. 

The meetings, which ore held twice a month, are 
composed of motion pictures pertaining to research 
and experiments recently conducted in this science. 
Also, guest speakers from other universities broaden 
the prospective chemist's knowledge. 

"The Loyola Chemisphere" is the monthly 
publication produced by the Society which further 
supplements and fulfills the purposes of the organi- 
zation. 







A. U.S.A. Members. First Row: Don Kunoth, president; Bill O'Neil, 
Lt. Col. Matthew Guifre, Edward Cunningham, Joe O'Callaghan. 
Second Row: Bob Rohde, Ken Potocki, Andy Symanski, Ken Bres- 
ley, George Sobol, James Dempsey. Third Row: Stephen J. Hass, 
James E. Feeley, Jr., Joseph A. Klodzinski, Raymond Wright, Pete 
J. Seiler, Jon Anderson, Thomas Bonk, Earl Krone. Fourth Row: 
Arden Inda, Kevin Burke, Donald Owcarz, Frederick Ihies, Richard 
McCloskey, Richard Tillotsen, Tony Scalo, Jim Rappel, Vincent 
Cipolla, John Driscoll, George Kishunas, Thomas Mick. Fifth Row: 
John M. Scheer, Ross Riley, Patrick Carpenter, Ronald Van Patten, 
Martin Lane, Casper John Alessi, Jr., Bruce Bonofide, Godfrey 
Schnobel, Borry McCarthy, John Martin. 



ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 



Felix Standaert, Belgian Consul, presents a bouquet to Queen 
Nancy Holm with the assistance of John Alesia and Potricia 
Dierberger. 




Founded in 1957 by Lt. Col. James 
L. McCrorey, the Loyola chapter of the 
AUSA aims at informing both military 
and civilian personnel of changes in 
military technology and at establish- 
ing close contact between cadets of 
the R.O.T.C. corps and the Regular 
Army. 

To achieve its purposes, AUSA pro- 
vides an orientation program for fresh- 
men at the beginning of each year, 
sponsors lectures and films, and 
generally attempts to provide a social 
atmosphere in which cadets can as- 
sociate with professional soldiers and 
with their fellow students. It also 
sponsors on annual Open House and 
the formal Military Ball. 



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Bellarmine Philosophy Club. Standing: Robert Luneburg, Joseph 
Maurer. Seated: John Barnes, Bernard Gledhill, Dr. Richord Hin- 
ners, Susanne Strom, Frank Reid. 



It was for those students whose 
interest in philosophy ranges beyond 
the average that the Bellarmine 
Philosophy Club was founded. The 
purpose of this organization is to ex- 
tend student's knowledge in the field 
of things philosophical farther than 
Scholasticism, and at the same time, 
engender a deeper respect for the 
Scholastics through concentrated study 
of various schools of thought. 

To carry out its aims, the club 
sponsors discussions on both the Lewis 
Towers and Lake Shore campuses, as 
well as an annual lecture series by 
authorities in the field. Guest speakers 
this year included Father Munson, S.J., 
with an exploration of Aquinas; and 
Dr. Hinners, with an analysis of the 
mind of man. 

The club, originally founded in 
1920, is open to all students on either 
campus who wish to learn more of this 
field. 



BELLARMINE 
PHILOSOPHY CLUB 



Robert Luneburg, president of the Bellarmine Philosophy Club, 
and Dr. Richard Hinners, moderator, addresses a student seminar. 




One of the largest student organi- 
zations at Loyola with branches on 
both campuses, the Coed Club can- 
not boast of the long history that other 
campus organizations have enjoyed. 
It was founded only thirteen years 
ago, soon after large numbers of wo- 
men students were admitted to the 
University. 

In that short time, however, the 
Coed Club has gained recognition as 
an extremely active group and has 
established some memorable Loyola 
traditions. 

The club's aim is to unite the wo- 
men students of the University in 
social, academic, and religious life. 



LAKE SHORE COED CLUB 



Loke Shore Coed Club, Standing: Barbara Jo Chesno, Joyce Seidel, Michaele Wapole, Marge 
Prosyck, Mickey Dooling. Seated: Joan Trondel, Marge Billings, Lynn Martin, Edwina Krol, 
Mary Ann Kasal, Carol Ward. 





Loke Shore Coed Club Officers. Stand- 
ing: Edwino Krol, social chairman; 
Barboro Riven, treasurer; Mory Ann 
Pooling, publicity chairman. Seated: 
Julianna Fish, president; Michaele 
Wapole, card party chairman. 



Lake Shore Coed Club. Standing: Julianna Fish, Barbara Rivan, Charlene Bogoerts, Sandra 
DioGuordi. Seated: Anita Weisbrod, Maureen Doherty, Trudy Fitzpatrick, Kathy Dendler, 
Janet Gallagher. Seated on Floor: Pat Miller, Sue Bradley, Ann Londgren. 





Lewis Towers Coed Club Officers. Marie Tate, Secretary; Joanne 
Hosteny, publicity chairman; Linda Doman, big sister chairman; 
Ann Shannon, membership chairman; Joanne Phillips, social chair- 
man. Seated: Irene Wizniak, treasurer; Lenore Quinn, president; 
Anne Yourg, vice-president. 



Lewis Towers Coed Club. Top Row: Connie Jung, Judy Dudo, 
Mary Amidei, Mary Kay Bolsenga, Diane Darling, Barbara Pleva, 
Pat Smith, Jane Brust, Ellen Kralin, Maureen Hogon. Middle Row: 
Pot Burbach, Elaine Casello, Cathy Clark, Monica Gilmore, 
Charlene Parker, Dianne Tukonites, Eleanore Perry, Elizabeth New- 
man, Dorothy Simunek, Jean Mullooly. Bottom Row: Barbara 
Randazzo, Toni Sona, Sue Thelin, Joan Phillips, Lynn Mitchell, 
Solly Babernoc, Judy Yocullo, Joanne Spitzner, Sandy Mills, Pot 
Brown. 




LEWIS TOWERS COED CLUB 



In its functions, the Coed Club 
places emphasis on an extensive prog- 
ram of diversified social activities, in- 
cluding the Freshman Welcoming Tea; 
the Big Sister program, climaxed by 
the annual spaghetti dinner; the Coed 
Club Christmas Formal; the annual 
Ski Week (co-sponsored with the 
Loyola Union); the spring card party 
and fashion show; the spring dance; 
and the Senior Farewell Dinner. Also 
an annual event is the closed retreat 
at Warrenville sponsored by the Coed 
Club. 



Members of the Lewis Towers Coed Club- Top: Joanna Hosteny, Mary Mortin, Bonnie Solzak, 
Alice Farrell, Eleanor Sigborn, Hannelore, Glatt, Carol Ennis, Ann Shannon, Gail Loughery, 
Lisa McGinnis, Elaine Keohane, Mimi Wisocki, Pat Curylo, Linda Doman, Karen Major, Rito 
Ziemba, Pat Cordon, Middle: Joyce Quirk, Melissa Doman, Sharon Ramljuk, Peggy Geffinger, 
Judy Rowzat, Diane Krause, Mary Ann Lawrence, Ann Morrissey, Rosemary Madeja. Bottom: 
Marylee Cullen, Lenore Quinn, Irene, Wizniak, Arlene Nurek, Gloria Motolew, Sandy Triner, 
Natalie Ruffalo, Roni Mackcjeski, Ann Yourg. 




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Curtoin Guild. Standing: John Potye, Sandra Weaver, Adam Lutynski, Nancy Pruneau, Rudy 
Schmitz, Sandra Weinstein, Jim Vlazak, Ann Brandt, Glen Phillips, John Madonio, Bill Buhl, 
Bob Keser, Bob Kunis. Middle Row: Mary O'Gallaagher, Lucy Redmon, Bill Hessel, Lee Faust, 
Cecile Conrad, Carol Kujawinski, Diana Sakal, Andy Amann. Seafed: Sandra Von Goethem, 
Judy RozwQt, Mary Ann Lawrence, Toni Kosinki, Ken Carobus, Jim Fabian, Bud Johnson. 




Curtain Guild officers: Jerry O'Con- 
nor, Mary O'Gallagher, and Rachel 
Riley. 




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Once again the Loyola Curtain Guild has decided 
to let the groundlings thrive on rich fare, and in the 
doing, has added four very successful performances to 
its record. 

The group started the season with Shaw's Candida, 
moved on to Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King 
and I and Saul Levitt's Andersonville Trial, and con- 
cluded with a colorful enactment of Shakespeare's 
Twelfth Night. Each of these difficult productions was 
handled with aplomb under the able direction of Wil- 
liam C. Morris and Donald H. Dickinson of the Speech 
and Drama Department. 

In addition to the four public productions, the group 
continued its practice of staging workshops each 
month; all of the members take part in these training 
sessions, and any student whose interests run in this 
direction is invited to participate. 



CURTAIN GUILD 




Donald Tadda, the prosecuting attorney, is seen in court with Adam Lutynski as Henry Wirtz 
in the Guild's production of Andersonville Trial. 



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Debate Society. Top Row: Frank Galvin, Peggy Geffinger, Nancy Klickman, Tim Materer, 
Elaine Onderisin, Pat Brown, Ken Feit, Warren Bracy, Gerry Swick, Mike Brennan, and Mr. 
Donald J. Stinson. Middle Row: Jim Fletcher, Dave Kuebrich, Jack Levy, Bob Earley, Louis 
Rundio, Frank Parente, and Kael Kennedy. Bottom Row: Tom Brophy, Jerry Woynerowski, 
Nancy Prete, Marylee Cullen, ond Bill Ford. 



Debate Society Officers. Standing: Kenneth Feit, vice-president; 
Timothy Materer, secretary-treasurer. Seated: Mr. Donald J. 
Stinson, moderator; Marylee Cullen, president. 




LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 



DEBATE SOCIETY 



"Resolved: That Labor Organizations Should Be 
Under the Jurisdiction of Antitrust Legislation." With 
this as their topic for the year, the Loyola Debate 
Society again took top honors wherever they went, and 
once again con point to a successful year. Debating 
the power of unions from Brown University to Harvard 
to Northwestern to Rochester, the Loyolans met the 
top competition in the country, and quite frequently 
brought home trophies to add to their already full 
assortment. 

This, the oldest extracurricular activity at Loyola, 
offers students invaluable experience in public ex- 
pression, and the opportunity to exchange their views 
with students from the leading colleges across the 
country. 



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ECON-FINANCE SOCIETY 

To make the complex world of economics and 
finance less formidable to its students is the aim of 
Loyola's Economics-Finance Society. The organization 
is a member chapter of the American Finance As- 
sociation. 

The Society endeavors to supplement the academic 
program in economics and finance by presenting each 
year a series of interesting speakers and movies. 

Membership is open to all students who are in good 
standing in the University and who have been in at- 
tendance for at least one semester. 




Economics-Finance Society Officers: Nick Coputo, Don Honley, 
Dick Rogan. 



Economics-Finance Society members: Top: Nick Coputo, Ken Kwasnik, Frank Miller, Tom 
Church, Dr. Frizol, George Weherle. Middle: Butch Bleu, Bill Herbert, Carmen Chitochino, 
John Puljohn, Steve Cox. Bottom: Dick Rogan, Larry Olszewski, Joe Clodzinski, Bill Hayes, 
Don Honley. 




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Epsilon Pi Rho Officers. Standing: Vito 
Volline, quaestor; Lawrence Brooks, 
tribune; Leonard Sopka, editor of Vox 
Epsilon Pi Rho. Seated: Anthony 
Florek, consul; Dr. D. Herbert Abel, 
moderator; Barbara Gongol, consul. 



Epsilon Pi Rho is Loyola's Latin 
Club. The purpose of the Club is to 
keep alive interest inthe clossiccl con- 
tributions to civilization. The Club 
achieves this purpose by sponsoring a 
series of lectures each year. Activities 
concern the cultures of both classical 
Rome and Greece, the cultures which 
have been major influences in shap- 
ing our own civilization. Since most 
of the classics majors are members, 
the Club has strong support. Epsilon 
Pi Rho has been under the direction 
of Dr. D. Herbert Abel since its 
inception. 



EPSILON PI RHO 



Epsilon Pi Rho. Top Row: Joe Steiner, Chuck Hall, Anthony Florek, Michael Kelly, Daniel 
Ryan, Vito Volline, Henry Jancko, Leonard Sopka, Martin Joryemowski. Middle Row: Alice 
Perilli, Mary Martin, Sheri Gonzalez, Alfred Browning, Maurice McMann, Ronold Siisowich, 
Lawrence Brooks, Mary Corr, Mary Lou Meany, Ellen Hughes. Bottom Row: Dr. D. Herbert 
Abel, Christine Smith, Jane Flanagan, Jeanine Konauka, Loretta Picucci, Jo Anne Caruso, 
Rev. Robert Haskell, Mabel Blizzard, Patricia Brown, Jeannette Caruso, Barbara Gongol. 





Equestrian Society members take a riding lesson at the Nu Fashion Stables. 



EQUESTRIAN SOCIETY 



The Equestrian Society recently 
celebrated its 1st year at Loyola. Due 
to the interest of Fr. Rodman, S.J., 
its moderator, the society has provided 
a much-needed program for physical 
education credit at Lewis Towers. 

Instruction by an expert in English 
saddle. Western saddle and jumping 
is included plus participation in com- 
petitive horse shows. 

More in the social vein, the Eques- 
trian Society sponsored a dinner. Other 
hints of future plans include sleigh 
rides and picnics, as well as other 
social gatherings. 



Equestrian Society Officers. John De 
Gaetano, Phyllis Leski, and Loretta 
Martin. 




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FINE ARTS CLUB 

The Fine Arts Club was organized in 1954 to 
interest the students in the fine arts and to give them 
an opportunity to enjoy some of the many cultural 
offerings of Chicago. The organization con boost of 
a large and ever increasing base, which presently 
includes students in all of the undergraduate col- 
leges and many on the graduate level. 

The film series which was presented this year 
offered a wide index of taste-appeals, as exemplified 
by "Death of a Salesman," "The Informer," "The 
Bicycle Thief," and "Man with a Million." 




Fine Arts Club Officers. Standing: Bill Nico, president; Pat Joyce, 
publicity director. Seated: Dr. Paul Hummert, moderator; Mary 
Bergan, vice-president; Dolores Baker, secretary. 



Members of the Fine Arts Club gathered in the Rambler Room for one of the films in the 
series. 




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Foreign Students Association Officers. Dr. Margaret Uwyer, moderalor, Minoru Fugita, 
Patrick Uzo Opara, Jeremy Barker, and Vincent Plonthora. 



Foreign students gather in Union house for Annual Teo. 



FOREIGN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 

A new feature was added to the Loyola Foreign 
Students Association this year. For the first time, the 
club is admitting American students as associate 
members, hoping in this way to further mutual under- 
standing between foreign and American students. 

Social and intellectual functions of the club play 
an important role in achieving this understanding. 
There is an annual Spring Festival featuring entertain- 
ment by members; there are also several informal 
receptions. In addition, the association sponsors joint- 
ly with the Junior Chamber of Commerce a panel dis- 
cussion on the role of the foreign student in America. 





Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 
Officers. Timothy Materer, president; 
Dr. Earl J. Clark, moderator; Robert 
J. Egan, vice-president. 



G. M. HOPKINS SOCIETY 



The G. M. Hopkins Society is 
Loyola's English Club. It was founded 
in 1931, taking its name from that 
of the major English poet and Jesuit 
priest. The club's purpose is to provide 
opportunity for those interested in 
literature to expand their interests out- 
side the classroom. This year, the club 
has concentrated on the study of 
modern poets, such as Dylan Thomas, 
not ordinarily stressed in the class- 
room. 



Gerard Manley Hopkins Society. Standing: Brother Linnus Pecaut, C.S.V., Paul Amidei, 
Timothy Materer, Dr. Earl J. Clark, moderator; Robert Egan, Peter Gilmour, Layslo Bolsye. 
seated: Linda Doman, Barbaro Leon, Janet Delia, Marie Tate. 





The Glee Club began Its activities 
in September, 1960. From the begin- 
ning, Robert Sutter has served as the 
director, and J. David Smith as the 
moderator of the Club. The purpose of 
the organization, according to the 
President, John Wanat, is to serve the 
University whenever possible and to 
develop the musical abilities of its 
members. Principle activites this year 
have included the Founders' Day 
Convocation, the Crib Blessing, and 
the Lenten Concert. 



Loyola Glee Club. Top Row; Erin Clifford, Volentine Valient, 
Katherine Till, Kay Gray, Mary Jane Stevens, Bernadette Donlon, 
Marilyn Lewandowski, Judith Van Klaveren, Betsy Corns, Maureen 
Hogan. Middle Row: Sharyn Mekus, Marie Doretti, Patricia 
Miller, Dathy Swiefon, Susan Grams, Marsha Stachyro, Valerie 
Dorette, Joanna Powlak, Judy Bergren, Emmy Lou Maholak, 
Joyce Chromicz. Bottom Row: James McCabe, Richard D. Jones, 
Robert Dreas, Gerald Oskorep, Patrick Boyle, Charles Stapleman, 
John V/anot, William Hessel, James Vloming, John Gaherin, Jack 
Johns, Dennis Walsh, Kenneth Jost, and James Erdmann. 



GLEE CLUB 



Breaking the sound barrier, Robert 
Dreas enraptures Glee Club members 
John Wanat, Joyce Chromicz, Suson 
Grams, Kathryn Mueller, and An- 
ette Vigeant during Freshman Orien- 
totion Week. 




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Historical Society Officers. Bonnie Bertaux, secretary; Diane Jenkinson, treasurer; Pat Cordon, 
secretary; ond Lori Glatt, secretary. 



LOYOLA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



Among the student speakers at the Historical Society's High 
School Interest Night were Eleanor Sigborn, Frank Augustyn, 
Lori Glatt, and Fred Green. 




The largest student, academic or- 
ganization of the University, the 
Loyola Historical Society is complet- 
ing its thirteenth year. During this 
period, the organization has attempted 
to provide lectures and discussions on 
topical and historical subjects. This 
year Dr. Guenther Motz, the German 
Consul-Generol of Chicago, addressed 
the society on the Berlin Crisis, and 
the Reverend Francis X. Grollig, S.J. 
presented a slide-lecture on his recent 
studies in Peru. 

New avenues were opened by the 
organization this year to foster 
scholarly interest in historical research. 
Eight colleges and universities partici- 
pated in the First Annual Chicago- 
Area Undergraduate History Sym- 
posium which was hosted by Loyola 
under the auspices of the society. 



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Participants in the first Annual Undergraduate History Symposium were front: John Buchanan, 
Roosevelt; Robert Mothews, Lewis; Shoyc Nemes, Barat; Denise Lenzi, Mundelein; Christine 
Doran, Mundelein; Richard Klug, Lewis; bock: Milton Kaspi-Silverman, College of Jewish 
Studies; Vincent Howard, Loyola; Frank Augustyn, Loyola; Amy Movrelis, Barat; Donna 
Pongetti, Rosary; and Ronald Dembrowski, DePoul. 



DR. KENNETH M. JACKSON 
Moderator 





Historical Society Officers. Frank Augustyn, 
O'Brochta, secretary; Kenneth Feit, treasurer; 
president; and Anne Yourg, secretary. 



president; Darlene 
Fred Green, vice- 



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Human Relations Club. Standing: Tom Shokmuth, George Kourvetaris, Don Kunath, Kothy 
Wolieski, Ann Shannon, Joanna Hosteny, Hannelore Glatt, Verda Johnson, Pot Hayden, Anita 
Lambreck. Seafed: Sally Bobernac, Pat Baylock, Ann Luzwik, Jane Wiesguski, Margaret Eiler, 
Barbara Babon, Sister St. Edward. 



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HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB 

Juvenile delinquency and criminolo- 
gy, inter-group and international 
relations, the fannily, labor-manage- 
ment relations; these are some of the 
current social problems with which 
the Human Relations Club deals. By 
inviting guest speakers to discuss such 
matters as "Catholics and Jews Behind 
the Iron Curtain," and by bringing 
the student directly to the problem, 
such OS a tour of the Cook County Jail, 
the organization hopes to supplement 
course-work by spotlighting the social 
issues of our time. 



Human Relations Club Officers. Standing: Teddi Lupinski, secre- 
tary; Hyocinth Koslowski, publicity director. Seated: Mike Lawson, 
vice-president; Dorothy Simunek, president; Bob Mackryzok, trea- 
surer. 

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Marketing Club. Top row: Andy Digate, Rich Bysina, Tom Guena, Steve Perry, Bill O'Neil, 
Larry Olszewski. Middle row: Warren Fuller, Pete Maiene, Dan Sartorie, Ed Cunningham, Dick 
Linehan, Tom Freeberg, Tom Stumpf. Bottom row: Ed Stroms, Jack Billimack, Jo Ann Posch, 
Jim Paster, Ken Bresley, Nick O'Neil. 



THE MARKETING CLUB 

The Marketing Club brings Loyola 
students into contact with both the 
business activities and the business- 
men of Chicago. By sponsoring many 
speeches, dinners, and conferences 
which are noted both by the Chicago 
and trade presses, it attempts to show 
students the opportunities open to 
them and the necessary requirements 
for those positions. Each month, the 
American Marketing Association in- 
vites members to attend its meetings. 
Aiding students in planning their own 
future, the Club provides an invalu- 
able service to Loyola. 




Marketing Club Officers. Standing: Jack Billemack, Recording 
Secretary; Ken Bresly, Vice-President; Nick O'Neil, Treasurer. 
Seated: Jim Paster, President; Jo Ann Posch, Recording Secretary. 



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Considering the movement's generol progress, Rev. J. Donald 
Hoyes discusses new proposals with local leaders. 



LOYOLA MEN 



The title "Loyola Men" reveals this 
organization's purpose: to build Catho- 
lic men. Working from Gonzaga Hall, 
the organization provides each willing 
Loyola man the opportunity to form 
for himself a vital Catholic way of 
life in the modern world. Students can 



participate on three levels ranging 
from living out the ideal of the Apos- 
tleship of Prayer to particularly in- 
tensive training in being Catholic lay 
leaders. The balanced, Christian life 
— this is the aim of Loyola Men. 



Padre Hayes offers several points for meditation to o one-day retreat assembly of the sodality 
at Gonzaga Hall. 





Loyola Women hear speech by Father Mulhearn. First Row: Diane Sackarick, Lenore Quinn, 
Marylee Cullen, Sharon Chivierut, and Judy Trotta. Second Row: Anne Smith, Ellen Molin, 
Madonna Dera, Marilynn Lewondowski, Mary Anglum, Therese Parker, and Mary Bergen. 
Third Row: Rev. Robert J. Fox, S. J., Jan Majka, Elizabeth Betonti, Marcia Stochyia, and 
Judy Ryan. 



To further an understanding of the 
Byzantine rite is only one of the cur- 
rent projects of the Loyola women. 
About thirty active members comprise 
the thhee degrees of the organization 
according to their own personal ob- 
jectives. Amplifying the importance 
of spiritual life in the role of the col- 



lege girl, a seminar, held in December, 
emphasized the woman's place in the 
university and society. Assisting at 
retreats and performing other valuable 
services distinguish. The Loyola Wo- 
men as an indispensible organization 
to the school. 



LOYOLA WOMEN 




MARYLEE CULLEN 
President 



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Mathemotics Club. Top Row: Roger Finnell, Joseph Wilson, George McKenna, Audrey Gine- 
man, Steve Gilmour, John Wanat, Peter Paul. Middle Row: Betty Zoraza, Friar Maximillion 
Tomaszewski, Anna Roehrich, Edward Signatur, Anthony Catania, John Dwyer, Mary Kaye 
Van Buren, Richard Bandera, Richard Muller. Seated: William Nice, Barbora Pankos, Dr. 
Robert Reisel, Som Cipolla, Diane Szarowicz. 



THE MATHEMATICS CLUB 

The Mathematics Club is an organization designed 
to stimulate interest in mathematics and all its practi- 
cal applications. Its purposes include the diffusion of 
information concerning the field of mathematics; and 
a cultural and social outlet for its members. The 
organization achieves these purposes by sponsoring 
lectures, and by periodic field trips to various govern- 
ment and industrial scientific projects. Membership 
is open to students who have completed or are com- 
pleting the second course in calculus. 

An outstanding feature of the Mathematics Club 
is its student tutorial service. This service enables 
upper division mathematics students to familiarize 
themselves with student teaching, and to aid the 
underclassmen. 



Mathematics Club Officers. Standing: Sam Cipolla, vice-president; 
Bill Nice, president. Seated: Dr. Robert Reisel, moderator; Barbara 
Pankos, secretary-treasurer. 



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MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB 

Besides promoting a fluency in tine French, Russian, 
Spanisin, and German vernacualar, the frequent con- 
versation classes sponsored by the Modern Language 
Club foster an interest in the cultural background of 
foreign lands. An International Dinner held at Lake 
Shore Campus, featuring a variety of dishes, and an 
off-campus Christmas party were included in the 
club's numerous social activities. Regular lectures 
given by faculty members, as well as the showing 
of a foreign movie, supplement the cultural aspect 
of the club. These activities ore very beneficial to the 
seventy active members of the organization. 




Modern Language Club Officers. Pot Boylock, membership chair- 
man; Donald Senese, publicity chairman; Hyacinth Kozlowski, 
vice-president; Zenio Federovics, secretary; Kathy Woljeski, pres- 
ident. 



Modern Language Club Members. Standing in reor: James Alex, Ray Morrlsroe, Donald Senese. 
Standing: Sally Bobernac, Hyacinth Kozlowski, Dione Barrett, Stella Folius, Tony Calobrese, 
Charlene Parker, Mory Martin, Kathy Quinn, Pat Pindras, Regina Rauwolf, Ellen Molin, Nora 
Lukas, Pat Boylock, Elizabeth Faust, Anne Shannon, Valerie Laube, moderator. Seated: Kathy 
Waljeski, Edward Molnar, Zenia Federovics. 




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Monogram Club. Standing: Thomas Flanagan, Henry White, Gerry Harkness, Rev. Joseph 
Small, S. J., James Reardon, Thomas Matulis, Richard Stcveley. Seated: Michael Gavin, John 
Crnokrak, Bernord Bleu, Gerry Verwey, Donald Schmitt. 



Monogram Club Officers. Standing: Thomas Flanagon, secretary: 
Gerry Verwey, treasurer. Seated: Bernard Blau, president; Henry 
White, vice-president. 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



The Monogram Club is composed of those athletes 
who have distinguished themselves in competition in 
Loyola's three major sports: basketball, swimming, 
and track. The club is exclusive; counting only seven- 
teen active varsity letter winners. 

The activities of the club included a mixer in the 
beginning of the year to introduce the varsity teams 
to the students, and a victory party after the 
Marquette gome. The club travels periodically to 
orphanages to teach the youngsters the proper 
techniques of the various sports. 

The year is concluded with an Annual Communion 
Breakfast at which the new members are inducted 
into the group. 



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THE PHYSICS CLUB 

The Physics Club is an organization designed to 
provide and stimulate interest in the physical sciences. 
The club was establshed in 1953 by a group of under- 
graduate physics majors. 

The Physics Club in recent years has affiliated itself 
with the Americal Institute of Physics, and has 
sponsored a series of field trips to various laboratories 
such as that of the Armour Research Company. 

Under the direction of Father Roll, the club this 
year established a weekly tutorial service for fresh- 
men at Loyola. Through these activities, much extra- 
curricular interest in physics is stimulated thereby 
creating, fostering, and increasing an active interest 
in the field of physics as the dynamic science it is at 
present. 



Physics Club Officers. Standing: Rev. J. Donald Roll, S. J., moder- 
ator; Kenneth Potocki, president. Seated: Aukse Livlevicius, sec- 
retary; John Zeitz, treasurer. 



Physics Club. Standing: Ron Ohihaber, Peter Kaufman, Fronk Bellinger, John Zeitz, Ron Repka, 
Ken Potocki. Seated: Aukse Livlevicius, Sam Cipolla, Bob Rohde. 




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Political Science Society. Stonding: Toni Mitchell, Roy Goldstein, Mike Duncan, Frank Augusfyn, 
Robert Napoli, James Eisenman, Jock Coffey, Albert Cossareto. Seated: Janet Brehm, Mar- 
garet De Vito, Helen Slattery, Mary Ann Pikrone, Monica Gillmore, Margaret Baine. 



THE POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY 



Political Science Society Officers. Janet Brehm, secretary-treasurer; 
Michael Duncan, president; Mary Pikrone, vice-president. 



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"The ability to raise searching difficulties 
on both sides of c subject will make us detect 
more easily the truth and error of the several 
points that arise." Because the Political 
Science Society agrees with this statement of 
Aristotle, its main function is discussion in 
groups. This provides the student with an 
opportunty to express his opinion and defend 
it against challengers. The Society also 
sponsors talks by people in politics and by 
the professors of the Political Science Depart- 
ment on current problems not covered in 
courses. 



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Readers' Circle. Standing; Joanne Fontcna. Seafed: Mary Riley, Rachel Riley, Sharon Rogers, 
Miss Geary, Diane Small, Michael Erickson, Patricia Stevenson. 



Readers' Circle Officers. Patricia Stevenson, recording secretary; 
Michael Erickson, vice-president; Rachel Riley, president. 




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READERS' CIRCLE 



The Readers' Circle, an organization 
devoted to the art of oral interpretation, is 
completing its first year at Loyola. The group, 
which numbers twenty, concentrates on 
monthly Reading Hours which permit all the 
members to actively engage in oral interpre- 
tative work with readings from prose, poetry, 
and drama. 

The activities for the year included a 
presentation of For the Time Being by W. H. 
Auden. The group also participated in a round 
of tournaments at several universities in the 
state which ended at the Bradley Invitational 
during Easter Week. 




ST. APOLLONIA GUILD 

One of the Dental College's most important 
organizations, the St. Apollonia Guild, this 
year continued its social and charitable 
activities. 

Dental service was provided for poor 
children of the city unable to obtain such 
treatment elsewhere. In addition, the guild 
sponsored several activities for their own mem- 
bers, activities of a social, intellectual, and 
religious nature. 

The Guild, formed in Boston in 1920, was 
first organized at Loyola in 1924 and was 
revived under the direction of Dr. Jerome Vik 
in 1934. 



Fr. Voughan says Mass for the members of the Saint Appolonia 
Guild. 



Saint Appolonia Guild. Back Row: Alphonse DioGuardi, Joseph F. Matz, Steven Martin. Front 
Row: Rev. Francis A. Vaughon, chaplain; Leonard F. Navrot, Emil Gelinos. 




Formed several years ago by the Rev. John 
W. Bieri, S.J., the St. Luke's Guild attempts 
to insure the spiritual development of its 
members as well as an adequate understand- 
ing of the moral problems associated with the 
practice of medicine. 

Activities of the Guild during the past year 
included regular spiritual exercises, lectures, 
movies, and discussions of medical, moral, 
and social issues of general interest. These 
aimed at preparing the members to face the 
professional and moral crises peculiar to 
medicine. 




Pother Bieri counsels o medical stu- 
dent, 



ST. LUKE'S GUILD 




St. Luke's Guild Officers. Albert Timpermon, president, James 
Moorman, David Fitzgerold, and James Jannotta. 




SOCIETY FOR 



Society for the Advancement of Management. Jim Heatin, Clayton 
Emmel, Ron Lentz, Phyllis Bova, Bob Aogard, Barry Kane, Leon- 
ard Novotny, Dave Cichy, Birger Nyborg, Ed Mann. 



Chartered in 1950, the Society for the Advancement of 
Management is an auxiliary of the famous businessman's 
organization. Among 190 other chapters it has tal<en 1st place 
in the nation for the post two years and Chicagolond honors 
for the past four. Last year Blue Key named it "Organization 
of the Year." 

By sponsoring various activities, the society aquoints students 
with businessmen, their methods, and their world. 

As a project, S.A.M, has provided all the publicity for the 
Curtain Guild productions, as well as for the Blessing of the 
Crib last December. 




Bob Aagord is pictured addressing a 
S.A.M. Banquet. 




SAM. Officers. Birg Nyborg; Barry 
Kane, treasurer; Robert Aogard, 
president; Walter Peterson; Ed Mann, 
vice-president; Dave Cichy, Curtain 
Guild Business Manager. 



THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 



S.A.M. Members. Leonard Novotny, Clay Emmel, Jim Kilbourn, Richard Sinclaire, Carole 
Ascheral, Jim Heath, Barry Kane, John De La Salle, Ed Mann, Ron Lentz, Lore Poce, Dick 
Pielin, Ann Marie Donahue, Birg Nyborg, Dave Cichy, Tony Wertel, Diane Sakol, Don Tadda, 
James Feeley, Phyllis Bova, Bill Weber, Frank Milo, Mark Scott, Bob Aagard, Jim Peterson, 
Nick Caputo. 




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STUDENT AMERICAN 



DENTAL ASSOCIATION 



Designed to prepare its members for professional 
practice, the Student A.D.A. of Loyola attempts to 
promote and explain the practice of dentistry outside 
the classroom. Specific information was given mem- 
bers on public speaking, the preparing of table clinics, 
and the mastery of dental writing. 

Some of the year's activities included dinner meet- 
ings with guest speakers; the annual Clinic Day, in 
which members displayed original projects in the field 
of dental science; and the traditional Honors Banquet 
which climaxes the academic year with the presen- 
tation of scholastic and clinical awards. 




Dental students gather to view an interesting case. 



Student American Dentol Association, Top Row: James Evans, Laurence Rubin, James Carter, 
John Oswalt, Michael Rosinia, Frank Celata. Bottom Row: Dr. Walter H. Becker, moderator; 
Richard Delo, president; Carl Freedman, vice-president; Peter Roberson, treasurer; Monte 
Levitt, student council representative; Peter Cunninghom II, secretary. 




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Student American Medical Association. Top Row: George Heimbach, Ron Hammond, George 
Kresok, Michael Orth, Tom Coulon, Ron Mahoney. Second Row: Juan Rojas, Dick Nagel, 
Baitel Crisafi, Paul Rubino, Jim Lynch. Third Row: Larry Browne, Mort Bornett, Jim Jannatta, 
Bill Tarnawski, Gary Ferhman, Howard Klosfeumon. Fourth Row: Jim Zeiko, Pat DeGennaio, 
Morton Klenia, Paul O'Connor, Jerry Rothenberg. Bottom Row: Sister Arnola, Joe DeFiore, 
John Gnapinski, John Belmonte. 



Student American Medical Association Officers: Standing: Joe 
DeFiore, president, and John Belmonte. Seated: Ron Drauer and 
Dean Sorenson. 



STUDENT AMERICAN 

MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 



The twelve-year-old Student American Medical 
Association this year continued its efforts to aid 
medical students in their educdtion. More than seventy 
schools belong to the association, the largest student 
medical group in the world. 

The general object of the body is to prepare its 
members to meet the social and ethical obligations of 
their future profession. One of its specific purposes 
is to familiarize its members with the aims and ideals 
of organized medicine. 

The Loyola chapter scheduled motion pictures and 
lectures at its monthly meetings to present 
information on research and treatment of disease. 




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World Federalist leaders Mary Ellen Dienes (LSC) ond Gay Cook (LT) plot global unity with 
moderator, Rev. Gerard Grant, S.J. 



THE UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS 




The immediate objectives of the United 
World Federalists is world peace through 
world law under jurisdiction of the U.N. The 
organization proper consists of a number of 
outstanding leaders in the U.S. — people who 
believe that the only way world peace may 
be obtained is by the creation of a supra- 
national body with the authority and the 
power to settle any and all disputes among 
the nations of the world. Father G. G. Grant, 
S.J., is the president of the Chicago branch of 
this organization, and has presented Loyola 
students with the opportunity of becoming 
a part of this campaign. 



Rev. Gerard Grant, S.J., President-, 
Chicago-area United World Federalists. 



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Veterans'Club. Andy Birowski, Anthony Poulas, and Joe Mclnerny. 



REQUIEM FOR THE VETS' CLUB 



Originally organized as a means of ac- 
quainting veterans with their benefits under 
the G.I. Bill, the Veterans' Club of Loyola has, 
over the years following the end of the Korean 
War, gradually developed its more purely social 
aspects. Until the end of last year, the Club 
continued as a meeting ground for older 
veterans returning to school — a center of 
orientation for the man who has been long 
out of the school routine. It hod continued 
to function for the post decade with the able 
assistance of Mr. Knight, Veterans' Adminis- 
tration representative. In the second semester, 
however, the scarcity of veterans in the 
student body caused the decision to disband. 



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Under the leadership of President 
George Motto and Vice-President 
Richard Rudo, the Wasmann Biologi- 
cal Society this year expanded its prog- 
ram of both scholastic and social 
activities. 

One new project was the formation 
of experimental groups to repeat 
classical scientific experiments, such 
as those of Pasteur. Talks and reports 
were given on the results of these 
experiments in order to stimulate 
interest in further research programs. 

A pre-Medical and pre-Dentol prog- 
ram was held on December 10. 
Personalities form the Stritch Medical 
and Dental Schools spoke on the 
problem of admission to the graduate 
schools. 

Social functions included the an- 
nual Christmas party, featuring a skit 
satirizing the faculty of the biology 
department, and an initiation dinner 
for new members. 



Dave Hudson, Bettine Zizzo, Mr. J. W. Hudson, Mary Thinnes, 
and Eugene Vigil check identifications of twigs. 





Identifying a blue spruce tree are Mr. 
J. W. Hudson, Patricia Jaglarski, 
Herb Thiesen, Audrone Petrulis, and 
John Norris. 



Beatrice Swanson, Connie Baldwan- 
ziew, ond Marilynn Lewandowski 
make a study of the anatomy of the 
frog and human. 



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THE WASMANN BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY 




Wosmann Biological Society. Fifth Row: Tom Winnandy, Vern Moore, Peter Reser, Bob Rich- 
ardson, Tom Minow, Bob Lund, Fred Mousolf, Al Dufor, Tom McCall. Fourth Row: Steve 
Juska, Gerry Slatery, Mike Laskowski, Wayne Jorgenson, Bob Sheorin, Frank Battle, Stanley 
Matusik, Bob Huebner, Third Row: Fred Wohlberg, Naomi Sidell, Pat Miller, Joy Kwiecien, 
Amy Kirby, Irene Gaughan, Tim Svec. Second Row: Eugene Setwyn, Marian Welsh, Bill 
Pizzi, John Pulcini, Dennis Doll, Richard Murphy. First Row: Marilyn Lewandowski, Penny 
Dee, Sandy Diogordi, Florence Kowalczyk, Edward Le Mire, Joe Sejud. 




Wosmann Biological Society Officers. Standing: George Motto, 
president; Dr. J. Wolter Hudson, moderator; Richard Ruda, vice- 
president. Seated: Thomas Morr, treasurer; Judith Trotta, secre- 
tory. 

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The Young Democrats were organized two 
years ago in time to join in the 1960 presi- 
dential campaign. Since that time they have 
remained very active on the political front, 
while watching their ranks increase to nearly 
200 members. Father Small of the Political 
Science Department serves as the advisor for 
these New Frontiersmen. 

During the first semester, the YD's 
sponsored the m.ovie "Harvest of Shame," and 
brought to campus a "young Democrat," 
State Representative, Paul Simon. Later in 
the year the new edition of "Operation 
Abolition" was shown. Sidney Yates (D. III.) 
addressed the liberals on campus while on the 
campaign trail in his efforts to unseat Senator 
Everett M. Dirksen (R. III.). 




Raymond Ishmael, president of the Young Democrats College Con- 
federation of Illinois, congratulates James Schneider on his election 
to the vice-presidency. 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



Young Democrats. Standing: Pete Steinfels, Sharon McCabe, Jerry Roth, Dennis Waldeck, 
Carole Wrobel, Dave Swinehart. Seated: Bob Egan, Loretta Lucek, Chuck Lewis, Ed Tava- 
bilda, Jim Schneider. 









YOUNG REPUBLICANS 




Chartered in 1959, the Loyola University 
Young Republicans consistently displayed an 
active interest in politics on a national and 
local level. Sponsoring such notable guest 
speakers as Senator Barry Goldwoter 
(Arizona), Senator Everett Dirkson (Illinois), 
Senator John Tower (Texas), Representative 
Walter Judd (Minnesota), Representative John 
Anderson (Illinois), and William Rusher 
(publisher, National Review), the Y.R.s have 
successfully galvanized political thought on 
campus. The ranks of these rising young 
conservatives have grown considerbaly in 
this short time, and their positive program 
constitutes a challenge for a new breed of 
American. 



Young Republicans Officers. Paul Kas- 
per, president; Mary Anne Pikrone, 
secretary; Alan Drazek, vice-president. 




Young Republicans Executive Board. Standing: Joseph Two, Dennis Alexander, Richard 
Schmidt. Seated: Alan Drazek, Paul Kasper, Mary Anne Pikrone. 




Women's Rifle Team. Second Lt. Barbara Scanlan, Sgt. Rochelle Rondolph, Capt. Cynthia 
Rudnicl<i, Lt. Col. Joan Trandel, Bonita Kusmirek, Jean Adier, Margaret Billings, First Sgt. 
Mary Kay Shannon. 




WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM 

The Women's Rifle Team is one of the 
newest organizations on campus. Under the 
sponsorship of the Military Science Depart- 
ment, the girls are safely supervised and 
taught by a member of the Military Science 
staff. Without any previous experience, these 
girls are instructed in the proper handling of 
a rifle in order to qualify for participation 
in matches with other teams from across the 
nation. 

This year several members were awarded 
honorary commissions and grade rank by the 
Military Science Department. 



Women's Rifle Team Officers. Cynthia Rudnicki, vice-president; 
Major John Sanderson, Jr., moderator; Joan Trandel, president. 



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Elizabeth M. Cudahy Memorial Library. 



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ALUMNUS 



The aim of the Alumnus is to keep 
the alumni abreast of the events and 
endeavors of the University. It is filled 
with feature stories on prominent 
personalities and with news stories of 
the latest plans with regard to build- 
ing progress, extension of the Uni- 
versity, fund drives, and recent 
activities. Under the editorship of 
Nancy Gallagher, the magazine is 
issued five times a year. 

To supply the news to alumni all 
over the world, the Alumnus relies 
upon a news clip service and initiative 
of former students to provide in- 
formation for its publication. The 
Alumnus is distributed to all Loyola 
graduates. 



Nancy Gallagher and Ethel LaPosh pause in the middle of planning 
the next issue of the Alumnus. 




CADENCE 



Cadence, the Loyola literary quarterly, combines individuality and freedom 
of thought to distinguish it from the other student publications. Self- 
expression is evident in the wide selection of articles, ranging from politics 
to philosophy, from the arts to current events, which are embraced in the 
magazine. 

Cadence exists to provide a stimulus for fine writing on the port of the 
student body. It attempts to present the best fiction and poetry written at 
Loyola, as well as reviews of notable books and recordings. 



PAUL AMIDEI 
Co-editor 



JANET DELIA 
Co-editor 





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Paul Amidei, Janet Delia, and Bob Egan prepare the next issue of Cadence. 



Cadence Staff. Standing: Lozio Boesze, Mory Anglim, Richard McMahon, Constance 
Stemberk, Loretta Picucci, Barry Hillenbrand, Phyllis Luback, Bill Clune. Seated: Paul 
Amidei, Janet Delia, Bob Egan. 




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THE LOYOLA NEWS 



DAVID P. SWINEHART 
Editor 





JOSEPH SEVICK 
Assistant Editor 



JAMES SCHNEIDER 
Assistant Editor 



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Diabolically plotting their next editorial assault ore News staff 
conspirators: (left to right) Joe Sevicl<, Mory Bergen, Dave Swine- 
Hart, Pat Joyce, Penny Lubock, and Pat O'Keefe. 



The core of every intelligent, college student body 
is an informed and informative campus newspaper. 
The LOYOLA NEWS lives its role of the voice of 
students and faculty and adds to this creative sources 
of student opinion, announcements of timely 
activities, and special features which have captured 
the attention of notable people across the nation. 

Under the editorship of Dave Swinehart, the NEWS 
strives for accuracy and impartiality in all news 
stories, keeping always a sense of responsibility to 
truth and good taste. It is Loyola's forum for free 
expression and a stimulus of thought and response in 
the college community. 

Editorials this year have provoked an amazing flow 
of student and faculty reactions. The NEWS's back 
page vibrates with the humorous, intellectual, and 
controversial. During the second semester a foreign 
correspondent, Pete Steinfels, added to its ever- 



increasing cosmopolitan nature. 

Special features hove always been one of the most 
important aspects of the NEWS's policy. This spring 
it published a religious supplement which sparked 
intense interest from this campus throughout the 
country. Letters of commendation poured in from 
leading Catholic clergy and laymen (including an 
editorial in AMERICA) praising the NEWS for its 
initiative and objectivity in presenting a meaningful 
evaluation of religion on a Catholic university campus. 

The paper's new format, introduced at the start 
of the year, has allowed the editors a much greater 
flexability in presenting news. An "Across the Nation" 
column provided Loyola students with a means of 
learning what has been taking place on college 
campuses around the country. Columnists and feature 
writers probed the inner workings of the university 
and commented on notable happenings. 




LOIS McKINNON 
Business Manager 





Religiously clutching an issue of the 
News, Assistant Editor Peter Steinfels 
strikes a meditative post. 



Loyola News staff members. Standing: Jay Sabath, Pat O'Keefe, Jan Aumuller, Jim Reilly, 
Mary Ann Pikrone, John Gerding. Seated: Penny Luback, Helen Hershinow, Joyce Liput. 



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RICHARD BULGER 
Sports Editor 



ELLEN MILLER AND 

BARRY HILLENBRAND 

Assistant Editors 




I 'M :yi ail n ~fi Mi »t mi »i ^! -«| 




Loyola News staff members. Standing: Richard Bulger, James Morkunas, Robert Egan. 
Seated: Sherl Gonzales, Anne Brandt, Lois McKinnon, Mary Bergan. 



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LOYOLAN 



The traditional purpose of a year- 
book has been to provide for the 
students, especially the graduating 
seniors, a visible record of student 
life, during the preceeding year. The 
book should have a wide scope, should 
offer a composite picture of the 
academic, religious, and social func- 
tions of the school. 

This year's LOYOLAN, while still 
fulfilling this primary and traditional 
task, has attempted to do more. The 
editors, Jim Brophy and Eleanor Sig- 
born, determined to produce a volume 
which would symbolize the contem- 
porary spirit of change and function- 
alism, as well as recording the life of 
a modern student in a metropolitan 
university. 

To do this, they decided on several 
format changes. In the 1962 LOYOL- 
AN, the emphasis is on fresh layout, 
sharp and crisp pictures, action shots 
whenever possible, a minimum of 
verbose copy, and up-to-date writeups. 
This is a new book, a book which is 
intended to catch the very spirit of 
modern college life and hold it motion- 
less for the future. 



JAMES J. BROPHY 
Co-editor in Chief 



ELEANOR J. SIGBORN 
Co-editor in Chief 





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JOSEPH O'CALLAGHAN 
KENNETH FEIT 
Caption Editors 



COLEMAN CONNOLLY 
Managing Editor 



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Loyolan Staff. John Wan Bramer, Pat 
Cordon, Jim Ritt, and John Gerding. 



Loyotan Sfoff, Standing: Poul Conorty, Jim McLaughlin, Bill Gardiner, Jim Peters, and Jim 
Fletcher. Seoted: Nancy Olsen, Shiela Wolsh, Joyce Liput, Micki Leaner, Joanna Hosteny, 
Mary Martin, and Cheryl Schnoebelen. 




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JAMES B. SCHNEIDER 
Sports Editor 





MICHAEL LYNCH AND 

JOHN FAHRENBACH 

Business Monogers 




ALICE FARRELL AND 

HANNELORE GLATT 

Graduate Editors 




BERNARD CULLEN 
Moderator 

REV, THOMAS J, BRYANT, 
Faculty Moderator 



S.J. 




Recent Decisions. Standing: Gary Friedman, Charles Murdocl<, Dan- 
iel Radocha, Kevin Forde, James Sloan, Maurice McMarthy, James 
Ferrini, Thomas Mahoney, Jerome Brennon, John Dentzer. Seated: 
Thomas Hynes, editor-in-chief; Vincent Vifullo, faculty advisor; 
Philip McGuire, associate editor. 



RECENT DECISIONS 



Each month from November through June, students 
of the Loyola University School of Law write and edit 
a section of the Illinois Bar Journal. This magazine, 
with a readership of over eight thousand judges, 
lawyers, and low students, is the official publication 
of the Illinois Bar Association. The Loyola section, 
entitled "Recent Decision," has been included since 
1949. 

"Recent Decisions" reports current cases decided 
by Illinois and Federal Courts, analyses the cases, and 
comments on their significance to the legal profession. 
For the post three years, opinions of previous years 
hove been correlated to the cases under discussions, 
providing an annotation of legal comment. 

The publication attempts to provide for practicing 
attorneys on accurate and informative analysis of 
prevailing legal opinion, and to furnish law students 
with some knowledge of legal comment and criticism. 



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LOYOLA LAW TIMES 



A well informed lawyer is a useful 
citizen and an understanding public 
servant; a poorly informed one will 
often be professionally incompetent 
and socially sterile. Recognizing this 
need for information on current legal 
events, Loyola's Law School last year 
instituted a new quarterly publication, 
the Loyola Low Times. 

This magazine, which is sent to all 
alumni of the Low School, is devoted 
to careful analysis of political and 
social issues whose solutions depend 
on proper application of legal 
principles. In so doing, it attempts to 
stimulate in the lawyer a sense of 
social consciousness and cultural 



awareness. 

Realizing the important role of the 
lawyer in our complex society, the 
editors feel that the legal professional 
has an opportunity and an obligation 
to help create a more humane society. 
They believe that lawyers are specially 
qualified for this role by their edu- 
cation, experience, and daily contact 
with critical social problems. 

The Loyola Low Times aims at 
uniting the knowledge and experience 
of its alumni, at informing alumni 
of the problems to be faced, and at 
pointing out to them the legal 
techniques which can or hove been 
used to solve them. 




Loyola Low Times. Stonding: Ted Wyroski, Professor W. L. 
Lomey, Sue Ann Hendricks, Bill Quinlon, Jim Gallagher. Sitting: 
(Editorial Board) Neil Hartigan, Dan Radocha, John Philbin. 



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greeks and residence halls 



Ye Olde Delt Costle, prize winning 
house decorations. 



ALPHA DELTA GAMMA 



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Jimmy Murray, president of the Alpha 
Delts accepts trophy for house deco- 
rations from Bobbi Mirek, Miss Loyola. 





Founded on the Loyola campus in 1927, 
Alpha Delta Gamma has since become the 
nation's largest Catholic college social 
fraternity. 

It is dedicated to the promotion of high 
scholastic achievements and to the general 
fostering of Christian ideals. Moreover, it 
strives to enrich the social advantage of col- 
lege life by supporting all activities of the 
University. 

The Alpha Delta this year placed first in 
both intramural football and basketball in the 
fraternity league. They received an award for 
best house decorations during Pow-Wow 
Weekend, and placed an act in the annual 
variety show. 

Mike Dessimoz served as this year's presi- 
dent, Dave Raio held the office of vice- 
president, and Tony Paulos was treasurer. Pat 
Hetrick filled the executive secretary's post, 
while Kenny Christian carried out the duties 
of pledgemaster and Bob Schyltz was chosen 
steward. 



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Alpha Delta Gamma Officers: Dave Roia, vice-president; Mike 
Dessimoz, president; Art Wondrasek; Tony Poulos, treasurer; 
Pat Hetrick, executive secretary. 



Alpha Delta Gamma. Standing: John McCarthy, Dave Roia, Harry Dolon, Lance Kruse, John 
Walsh, Tom Fitzgerald, Bill Morrs, Mike Dessimoz, Pete Wisniewski, Joe Sevick, Ray Jarecki, 
Pot Hetrick, Bob Coron. Sitting: Tony Poulos, Jim Hackett, Larry Devitt, Brendan O'Sullivan, 
Art Wondrasek, Jim Gardner, John Williams. 




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Mike Lynch, the 1962 President of 
Alpha Kappa Psi, helps to decorate 
the Union for the Row-Wow Weekend. 



Alpha Kappa Psi. Standing: Dick Dunne, Jack Lewis, Bill Herbert, John Grimes, Tom Reck- 
werdt, Stan Marciniak, Mike Lynch, Mike Donahoe, Bob Boyack, John Wiaduck, Ed Fitzgerald, 
Dave Jones, Keith Cook, Frank Mandarino. Sitting: George Moravcik, Pat Brannen, Ron 
Rossate, Dan Cantillon, Bill Morris, Steve Cox, Jim Bradford. 



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ALPHA KAPPA PSI 




In 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi was founded 
as the first national professional commerce 
fraternity in the country. The Gamma Iota 
chapter was established at Loyola in 1952, 
with the aim of uniting students in the field 
of business and instilling in them good pro- 
fessional attitudes. 

One of the most important of Alpha Kappa's 
atcivities is its annual Alpha Kappa Psi Day, 
a business fair for all commerce sophomores. 
Speakers from the business world take this 
opportunity to inform students on practical 
applications of the various fields of concen- 
tration offered in the College of Commerce. 

Other activities of the fraternity include 
professional meetings, two Father-and-Son 
Communion Breakfasts each year, a New 
Year's Eve party, a St. Patrick's Day party, 
and a June Golf Outing. An annual Research 
Project is also undertaken by the members. 




Alpha Kappa Psi Officers. Standing: Daniel Cantillon, Michael 
Donahoe, Keith Cook. Sifl-ing: Richard Dunne, Michoel Lynch, 
President; Ronald Rossate. 



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Andrew Forman watches Robert Som- 
merfield as he sketches a wisdom 
tooth. 




ALPHA OMEGA 




That ideal which Alpha Omega, the first 
national Jewish dental fraternity, endeavors 
to achieve is best expressed by its motto: 
"Harmonia, Amor, et Veritas," Harmony, 
Love, and Truth. These words were the 
inspiration of a small group of pioneers who 
founded Alpha Omega in 1907 at the 
Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery. 

From a fraternity numbering four members, 
Alpha Omega has grown into an organization 
boasting seventy-five chapters and over four 
thousand members. The Alpha Lambda 
Chapter of Alpha Omega was founded at the 
Loyola School of Dentistry in 1932. 

Alpha Lambda Chapter prides itself in not 
only aiding its members in preparing them- 
selves for their chosen profession, but also in 
maintaining their social life. Each year the 
fraternity fills its calendar with events such 
as smokers, a Halloween Dance, and an April 
Dance. It also sponsors many activities appeal- 
ing to both the cultural and professional 
interests of its members. 



Alpha Omega Officers. Dr. Nolond 
Loiben, moderator, Sam Libman, Carl 
Freedmon, president. Lorry Rubin, 
and Robert Sommerfield. 



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Alpha Omega. Top Row: Edward Omens, Andrew Forman, Burton Issacs, Stanton Noskin, 
Stanley Kantor, Paul Ashkenaz, and Edward Sanders. Second Row; Evan Goodman, Bruce 
Harris, Jack Lieberman, Donald Osten. Third Row: Robert Gordon, Marvin Broder, Michael 
Bartlett, and Michael Feinberg. Bottom Row: Dr. D. Loiben, Carl Freedman, Robert Sommer- 
field, Samuel Libman, and Laurence Rubin. 



Stan Kantor, Bruse Harris, Stan Nos- 
kin, and Edward Omens discuss a 
dental journal. 




ALPHA TAU DELTA 




Alpha Tau Delta, a notional fraternity for 
women in nursing, established its Xi Chapter 
at Loyola in 1957. 

The group's purposes are to promote higher 
professional standards in the field of nursing, 
to develop the profession through a program 
of nursing education, and to form a close bond 
of friendship among women planning to be- 
come nurses. 

Alpha Tou's social functions this year in- 
cluded sponsoring the "Christmas in Crimson" 
dance, holding parent-daughter dinners, and 
arranging communion breakfasts. It also con- 
tinued its custom of distributing baskets of 
food to poor families on Thanksgiving Day. 

Mary K. Bussert was president of Alpha 
Tau Delta for the year 1961-62, and acted 
as chairman of the intersorority council. 
Sharon Chwierut was vice-president, Mary 
Muskus served as corresponding secretary. 
Celeste Renier acted as recording secretary 
and Mary Anne Hopkinson was treasurer. 



Alpha Tou Delta. First Row: Rose- 
mary Prow, Mary Jane Skvier, Joan 
Tengbiod, Mary Ann Slivka, Mary 
Ann Harvey, Judy Brinkman. Second 
Row: Georgia McNomora, Carol Wa- 
cek, Mary Lee Duggan, Celeste Renier, 
Mrs, Alfredo Baron, Arlene O'Brien. 
Third Row: Nancy Swieton, Mary Mil- 
ler, Maureen Martin, Kay Cutler, 
Mary Beth Ford, Mary Ellen Kovac. 
Fourth Row: Ellen Jane McCann, 
Charlotte Popp, Olive Schneider, Bar- 
bora King, Paulo Colondreo. 




Alpho Tou Delta, Standing: Mary Ellen Kovac, Sharon Chwierut, 
Mary Beth Mulcahy, Mary Kay Bussert, Julionno Fish, Mary Mus- 
kus, Celeste Renier, Seated: Mary Ann Hopkinson, Kereen Forster. 





Alpha Tau Delta. Top Row: Barbara Rivan, Mary Beth Mulcahy, Janice Dittrich, Kathy 
Loftus, Darleen Majka, Second Row: Maureen McMahon, Mary Poduska, Barbora Phillips, 
Maureen Doherty, Diane Anstett, Mary Anne Barnett, Margaret Malone, Jo Ann Sacomano, 
Janice Majka. Third Row; Nancy Mysyk, Mary Lou Hurley, Barbara Sconlon, Esther Deszcz, 
Pat Topping. Fourth Row: Barbara Lemley, Sue Middleton, Kathy Hawkins, Barbara Mied- 
zianowski. 



Mory Kaye Bussert speaks to mem- 
bers and rushees at I.S.C. tea. 





Chi Theta Upsilon Officers, Standing: 
Kathleen Keogh, social chairman; 
Valentine Valient, chaplain; Lorroine 
Rintz, historian; Margoret Schneider, 
pledge-mistress. Sitting: Ellen Miller, 
secretary; Darlene O'Brochta, presi- 
dent; Suzanne Dupre, vice-president. 



Chi Theta Upsilon Members. Standing: Kathleen Keogh, Ann Marie Donahue, Margaret 
Battels, Valentine Valient, Kehrin Schmidt, Ann Roehrich, Ellen Miller, Phyllis Bova, Lor- 
raine Rintz, Catherine Kehoe. Sitting: Alice Kutas, Mary Kattner, Barbara Shipman, Darlene 
O'Brochta, Jo Ann Phillips, Margaret Schneider, Suzanne Dupre. 





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CHI THETA UPSILON 





Marge Schneider, pledge-mistress, addresses rushees at the Inter- 
sorority Tea as Darlene O'Brochta and Lorraine Rintz look on. 



Chi Theta Upsilon, a social sorority, entered 
its fourth year of existence under the leader- 
ship of president Darlene O'Brochta. Chi Theta 
is open to women on both Loyola campuses. 

In addition to participation in a variety of 
school activities, the sisters of Chi Theta held 
monthly closed parties and organized a party 
for the children of St. Vincent's Orphanage. 

The group this year achieved 100 per-cent 
participation in the Student Associates of 
Loyola and won the Ugly Man Contest, held 
each year to raise money for the Jesuit mis- 
sions. In order to encourage academic achieve- 
ment among its members, the sorority pre- 
sented its ignation and Aquinas Awards at 
the end of the year to members distinguished 
by scholastic work. 

Officers of Chi Theta Upsilon included 
Susan Dupre, vice-president; Ellen Miller secre- 
tary; Claire Hardman, corresponding secre- 
tary; Mary Fran Torres, treasurer; Margaret 
Schneider, pledge mistress; and Kathleen 
Keogh, social chairman. 



Chi Thetc's efforts surpassed Izzac Walton's wildest dreams. 




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Delta Sigma Delta. Tom Nietupski, Griffeth Pritchard, Jack Vogel. 




DELTA SIGMA DELTA 




Studying their profession a' la Darwin, three students of dentistry 
gleefully anticipate their future practice on o related, mammalian 
clientel. 




A national dental fraternity, Delta Sigma 
Delta is dedicated to upholding the highest 
possible dental standards and to the fostering 
of progress in science, ethics, and professional 
training. It is one of four Loyola dental 
fraternities. 

This year's officers of Delta Sigma Delta 
were Thomas Hauff, Grand Master; Charles 
Bend, vice-president; James Green, secretary; 
and Victor Baress, treasurer. 

Delta Sigma Delta combines in its functions 
both social and fraternal activities. 

During the past year it has presented to its 
members and the school such functions as a 
pledge banquet, Monte Carlo Party, and Senior 
Farewell. 

Delta Sigma Delta was organized as a Beta 
Chapter at the Loyola School of Dentistry in 
1885. Its house is located at 710 S. Ashland 
Avenue. 



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Delta Sigma Delta. First Row: Thomas Hauff, president; Charles 
Bend, Charles Tavares, Second Row: James Green, Victor Barresi, 
Donald Bonomo. 



Delta Sigma Delta. Top Row: Jim Evans, Chris Huntes, Jack Lane, John Cook, Don Iwasaki, 
Bert Miller, Ron Wells, Jesse Saltesiak, Jerry Maurice, Frank Bellapani, Posquale Spillatio. 
Second Row: Joe Clausen, Stan Clausen, Pete Cunningham, Matt Pozesky, Pete Poppas, Garth 
Brown, Eugene Ingles, Bill Dastic, Jim Lofky, Jerry Annoni, Jerry Schoen, Third Row: Joe 
Carney, Bruce Bohe, Jock Adams, Bud Gauthier, Steve Atsaves, Ralph Madonna, Pete Robeson, 
Norm Smith, Irwin Smith. Fourth Row: Thomas Hauff, Charles Bend, Jim Green, Charles 
Tavares, Vic Barresi, Don Bonomo. 












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Delta Sigma Pi. Sfanding: Jim Orchowsl^i, Jacl^ Biiiimacl^, Connie Uly, Jack Johnston, 
Tom Guerra, Don Hanley, Rich Carroll, Gerry Casey. Second Row: Rich Kosek, Ed Kamyez, 
Doug Babyck. Third Row: Jim Santo, Pete Greco, John Sobota, Bill Werner. Fourth Row: 
Tom Blanchfield, Jack Conley, Don Huber. Fifth Row: Tom Murphy, Carmen Chidchimo, 
Joe Klodzinski, Ed Cunningham, Ken Rapacz. Sixth Row: John Connolly, Dan Kissel, Ed 
Strones, Bill Borland, Jim Alex, Mike Donahue, Terry Hoskins. Seventh Row: Ron Priore, 
Jack Burke, Tom Freborg, Dr. S. M. Frizol, moderator. Lorry Schmidt, Roy Dosek, Warren 
Fuller. 




Delta Sigma Officers. Rich Carroll, Tom 
Guerra, Jock Billimack, president, Jim 
Orchowski. 



DELTA SIGMA PI 




Delta Sigma Pi, a professional commerce 
fraternity, was founded in 1907 at New York 
University. In the International Fraternity of 
the 110 undergraduate chapters, Loyola's 
Gamma Pi Chapter was installed in 1950. 

The purpose of the fraternity is to promote 
closer affiliation between Business Commerce 
students and the business world. It ac- 
complishes this goal through professional 
tours, speeches, and movies scheduled 
throughout the year. The highlight of the first 
semester program is the Bal Rose mixer at 
which is chosen the girl who reigns as the 
"Rose of Delta Sigma Pi," for the year. 

Delta Sigma Pi is the only fraternity which 
owns a fraternity house on the Lewis Towers 
campus. 

During the academic year of 1957-58, 
Delta Sigma Pi earned the "Organization of 
the Year" award given by Blue Key. 




Richard Kosek, Jim Marra, and Ed Kamysz talk with the Mod- 
erator of Delta Sigma Pi, Dr. S. M. Frizol. 



The Delta Sig "Trojan Horse" won third place in the Pow-Wow 
float parade contest. 




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Delta Zeta Chi and Rushees: Sandy Domes, Ann Van Riemsdyls, 
Chris Petroskey, Dee On Fieder, Mary DeVlieger, Karolyn Brannon, 
Sue Rotta, Joan Treed, Joy Kwiecien. 




DELTA ZETA CHI 




Founded in 1959, the Delta Zeta Chi 
sorority is the newest at Loyola, and open to 
women at both campuses. The sorority has 
answered the need for an Arts & Sciences 
sorority. 

The officers include Christine Petroskey, 
President; Ann Van Riemsdyk, Vice- 
President, Mary De Vlieger, Secretary; and 
Sandy Domes, Treasurer. Historian for the 
sorority is Mary Bower. 

Sorority activities begin with Orientation 
and include participation in Pow-Wow, the 
Interfraternity Singing Contest. The sorority 
sponsors the Winterlude Christmas Dance, an 
orientation party, and intramurals. For the 
first time. Delta Zeta Chi sponsored a Charity 
day benefit for the Little Sisters of the Poor 
during the Christmas holidays, and it plans 
to continue this practice, in addition to its 
other activities — the Snowman Contest, Dad's 
Day basketball game and the May Dance. 

Members of the sorority hold positions in 
the Loyola News, Student Associates of 
Loyola, the Coed Club, and the Historical 
Society. 



Delta Zeta Chi Rushees have a good 
time at a Sorority Tea. 



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Delta Zeta Chi. Standing: Sue Rotta, Pam Mocarski, Sandy Domes, Carolyn Mock, Mory 
DeVlieger. Sitting: Mary Kent, Maryann Bower, Dotty Cizek, Chris Petroskey, Ann Van 
Riemsdyk, Dolores Baker, Kathleen Peet. Kneeling: Carole Wrobel, Diane Dybas. 




Delta Zeta Chi Officers. Standing: Mary DeVlieger, Sue Rotta, 
Sandy Domes, Dolores Baker. Sitting: Maryann Bower, Chris Pe- 
troskey, president; Ann Van Riemsdyk. 




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Seen voting for their Kappa Knight are: Judy Duda, Monico Ko- 
zok, Patricia Nobilio, Irene Wizniak, Carolyn Dovichi, Nicki 
Gilmore, Mary Ann Bomberger. 



Kappa Beta Gamma Members. Top Row: Mary Ann Bamberger, Lillian Smrha, Irene Wizniak, 
Mary Petridkewski, Pat Kozik, Sue Chowat. Middle Row; Pot Nobilio, Melany Zittman, June 
Antonucci, Carry Dovichi, Judy Duda, Marion Amidei, Nicki Gilmore. Bottom Row: Hsien 
Slattery, Anne Young, Jeanette Caruso, Monica Kozak, Joanne Caruso, Diane Wcislo, Pat 
Brown. 




On stage during the I.F.C. Rushing 
Tea are: Carolyn Dovichi, Diane 
Wcislo, Irene Wizniak. 





KAPPA BETA GAMAAA 



Kappa Beta Gamma Officers. Standing: Patricia Nobilio, Helen 
Slattery, June Antonucci, Marion Amidei, Judy Duda. Seated: 
Carolyn Dovichi, Monica Kozak, Diane Wcislo. 



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This national social sorority was founded at 
Marquette University in 1917. Loyola's Epsi- 
lon chapter was established in 1954. 

As in the past, this year Kappa gave its 
full support to the Float Parade and the all- 
important SAL Drive as well as the IFC Sing, 
the Ugly Man Contest, Loyola News, and the 
Latin Club. Kappa girls held offices in the 
Coed Club and the Intersorority Council and 
were members of Circumference. Kappa was 
also picked to head the freshmen women's or- 
ientation week and the University Weekend's 
Casino committees. 

The annual Kappa Knight Party was just 
one of the highlights in Kappa's social calen- 
dar. Teas for prospective pledges were held in 
nearby hotels. Numerous closed parties, a win- 
ter formal dance and a spring formal dance 
rounded out the year of events. 



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PHI ALPHA DELTA 





John C. Fitzgerald, Dean Emeritus of Loyolo's school of Low, 
addresses PAD members and "rushees" at a smoker held at 
Younkers Restouront. 



Phi Alpha Delta was formed on November 
8, 1902, and Loyola's Webster chapter was 
organized in 1935. Since its inception, it has 
been extremely active in defining and further- 
ing the aims and principles of the legal pro- 
fession. 

The chapter is composed of approximately 
seventy students from both the day and eve- 
ning divisions of the Law School, all of whom 
must hove completed at least one year of le- 
gal studies to be eligible for membership. 

Phi Alpha Delta counts among its former 
members Harry S. Truman, Richard Nixon, 
Senator John Sparkman, and former Presi- 
dent Woodrow Wilson, in addition to Supreme 
Court Justice William O. Douglas. 

The fraternity was formed specifically to 
help solve the problems of admission require- 
ments to the Bar. It is now the largest legal 
fraternity in the world. 




Members and rushees relax at smoker. 




Seen under the flag of Phi Alpho Delta are Ted Wyroski, Stan- 
ley Jakolo, Anthony Di Grazia, and Gerald Dorf. 



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Phi Alpha Delta Members. Top Row: Thomas St'ubbe, John Hartigan, Clement Dernbach, 
Ronald Maksym, Andrew Leohy, Frank Petro, John Philbin, Thomas Hynes, Clement Stegman, 
and Daniel Radicha. Middle Row: Roger Dress, John Dentzer, George Coruso, Howard Miller, 
Frank VonBree, Joseph Tuohy, Eugene McMahon. Bottom Row: James Atten, Gary Friedman, 
Gerald Dorf, Richard Brennan, Thomas Dowd. 




Phi Alpha Delta Officers. Standing: James Atten and Thomas Dowd. Seated: Gary Friedmon, 
Gerald Dorf, and Richard Brennan. 



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Phi Beta Pi Standing: Michael Geiss, Ken Sl<ala, Art Stahley, Charles Hammel, Stan Koss, 
Ron Draur, Karl Scheberl, Lorry Mazzarella, Fred Whittier, Gary Ruoff, Mike Stevens, Edward 
Fisher. Seated: Paul Mahoney, Lee Smith, Mike Damm, Dean Sorensen, John Ward, Bob 
Sladek, Larry Garvin. 



PHI BETA PI 




Bob Sladek and Ron Draur relax with 
homework in their room. 




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dents. 




PHI BETA PI 




Phi Beta Pi was organized in 1891 at the 
University of Pittsburgh Medical School. It 
was here that the Alpha chapter came into 
being. In 1921 the Alpha chapter was brought 
to Loyola's Stritch School of Medicine. 

One of Alpha Omega's founders, Dr. L. D. 
Moorheod, former Dean of Loyola's Medical 
School, has achieved great renown in the 
medical profession. His genius is com- 
memorated in the annual Moorhead Lecture- 
ship of Phi Beta Pi. The history of the Alpha 
Omega chapter, beginning with Dr. Moor- 
head, has been an illustrious one — a credit, 
indeed, to the entire fraternity. 

The chapter house for members of Alpha 
Omega is located near the Medical School. 
Here its members gather for various profes- 
sional and social events. Here, too, moments 
of relaxation and fellowship are enjoyed and 
the burdens of medical life are set aside for 
brief periods of fun and companionship. 



Phi Beta Pi Officers. Dean Sorensen, 
Edward Fisher, Larry Garvin. 



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PHI CHI 



In 1907, the members of a local medical 
fraternity asked to be affiliated with the 
national medical fraternity, Phi Chi. Thus 
was born the Phi Sigma chapter of Phi Chi. 
The chapter was formally christened the next 
year at Phi Chi's national convention in 
Baltimore. 

At present. Phi Chi has an active member- 
ship of approximately one hundred — about 
half of whom live in the fraternity's house at 
712 S. Ashland. 

The aim of Phi Chi is to foster among its 
members a spirit of academic and medical 
interest as well as to provide social contacts 
for medical students. 

The members of Phi Chi have an unusual 
spirit of brotherhood, in spite of the large size 
of the fraternity. This unique relationship 
among its members has given Phi Chi a 
distinct quality fostered by its members and 
respected by all who come in contact with it. 




Chuck Deitschel enjoys a "music 
break." 



Joe Poxlig, Fred Letourneau, Chuck Dietschel, Terry Tosi, and Jack 
Cerrone abandon their books for a short card game at the house. 






Phi Chi Members. Top Row: Dennis Gates, Joseph Fiynn, Thomas Norton, Thomos Reedy, Rich- 
ard Bresino. Middle Row: Edward Vogei, Robert Moliison, James Migala, John Goncher, Don 
Rubino. Bottom Row; Joseph Paxhia, John Cerrone, Terry Tosi, Charles Deitschel, Richard 
Luzietti, Fred Letournier. 



Phi Chi Officers. Dennis Gates, Thomas Norton, Edward Vogel, 
James Migala, Joseph Flynn. 








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Pi Alpha members and pledges surround their sweepstakes trophy. Standing: George Laugh- 
lin, Jay Kramer, Gene Muskus, John Anderson, Bill Kerr. Seated: Tim Hawkins, Tom Flono- 
gan, Jim Reilly, Denny O'Connor, John Pendergost, Mike Connolly, Tom Tyler. 



PI ALPHA LAMBDA 




Pi Alpha Lambda is a local social 
fraternity which was founded on the Lake 
Shore Campus in 1924. It is thus the second 
oldest social fraternity on the Loyola Campus. 

Reverend James J. Mertz, 5. J., organized 
Pi Alpha Lambda to help secure funds for 
the construction of Madonna della Strado 
Chapel. The group's success in this project 
has been commemorated by the placing of 
the Pi Alpha shield over the main entrance 
to the chapel. 

Pi Alpha Lambda has as a goal for its 
members the attainment of high moral and 
academic standards. 

This year Pi Alpha Lambda placed third 
in the Pow-Wow Weekend float contest. 

Thomas Nelson served as this year's Pi 
Alph president, with James Meagher as vice- 
president. Thomas Tyler acted as pledge- 
master, Patrick Ryan as secretary, and Robert 
Tufo as treasurer. 



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Pi Alpha Lamba Officers. Standing: 
Denny Carroll, Mike Jolivette, Jim 
Meagher, and Bob Tufo, Seated: Tom 
Tyler, Tom Nelson, president, and 
Pat Ryan. 




Pi Alpha Lamba Members. Top Row: Frank Neidhart, Mike Hayes, John Curran, ond John 
Pendergast. Middle Row: Tom Flanagan, Tim Hawkins, Dennis O'Connor, James Meagher, 
Frank Baukert, and Mike Mallon. Bottom Row: Bob Tuto, Don Carroll, Pat Ryan, Tom Nelson, 
Mike Jolivette, and Tom Tyler. 






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PSI OMEGA 



Psi Omega is the Loyola School of 
Dentistry's largest fraternity. The fraternity 
has as its objectives the cultivation of social 
qualities, assistance of its members in all 
laudable undertakings, advancement of the 
dental profession, and lifetime friends to 
whom a member may turn for advice and as- 
sistance. 

The fraternity has become an integral mem- 
ber of the dental community. Academically, 
its members have shown their excellence by 
maintaining a high level of scholastic achieve- 
ment. Socially, Psi Omega begins the year 
with functions welcoming freshmen such as 
the Open House, a smoker, and Pledge 
Banquet. The fraternity is proud of its past 
record, and looks confidently to the future. 



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Psi Omego house, located in the West 
Side Medical Center, which encom- 
passes the Dental School. 





Psi Omega Officers. Top Row: Daw- 
son Burns, Julius Guccione. Bottom 
Row: Leo Finley, James Rasmusson. 



Psi Omega members at the piano. Charles Judge, Robert Burke, 
David French, Ken Nielsen, David Van Horn, Cleighton Wong, 
Gerard deSruin. 















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Psi Omega Members. Top Row: Mike Rosinia, Matt Mardesich, Glen Bruner, Ken Fortmon, Don 
Kloc. Second Row: Ed Hubeny, Ernest Toneiili, Charles Schnibben, Art Swearinger, Mike Ryan, 
Dick Bostyan, Jim O'Donnell, Tom Flint, Bill Shepard, Bill Kohler. Third Row: Gordon William- 
son, Frank Goisor, George Barabojesky, Jim Annarino, Jim Sellet, Ed Geriebe, Dick Schmitz, 
Jim Barnaro. Fourth Row: Bill Thomas, Dick Szathiewicz, Vern Sanna, Jim Stanger, Jim 
Madura, Dick Collins, George Van Winkle, Jim Nelson, Don Steere, Tom Carroll, George 
Olsen, Bob Novotney, Gerry Tarsitano, Rod Chisholm, Joe Asterino, Tom Tucker, Ken Nielsen. 
Fifth Row: Al Frey, Emil Gelinas, Ed Givins, John Bergenas. Sixth Row: Norm Greisen, Ken 
Koljan, Ernie Follico, Lon Navrat, Jerry Boatright, Jerry Dumke, Don Mackinac, Joe Cotorello, 
Ted Sudinsky, Rich Boganski, Tom Collins. Seventh Row: Tom Darnell, Marion Reinhold, Jim 
Demetry, John Sollis, Lou Antonacci, Dick Delo, Joe Kirzior, Jack Kelly. Eighth Row: Leo Fin- 
ley, Jim Rasmusson, Dawson Burns, Julius Guccione, Tom Felhaber, Tom Mullen, Terry 
Gorman. 





Psi Omega at the books. Standing: 
Jim Kwasek, Norm Greisen. Seated: 
Terry Gorman, Paul Dawson, David 
Houston, Ken Neilsen. 





Sigma Delta Phi. Standing: Robert Lund, Cameron Theruson, John 
Vidoloff, Eugene Woldobina, Jim Polanchor, Ernest SI<owron. 
Sifting: Jim Dorn, Patricia Catullo, Joe Bogdansl<i, Dave Cichy. 



SIGMA DELTA PHI 



Sigma Delta Phi is an undergraduate social 
fraternity, Loyola's youngest. It was organized 
in 1958 to gain physical, moral, and academic 
betterment for its members. 

This past year has been an active and very 
gratifying one for Sigma Delta, and a source 
of pride to its members. The group acquired 
the largest number of pledges of all under- 



graduate fraternities — 27. It participated in 
Pow-Wow Weekend, where it won a second 
place award in the float parade. 

Sigma Delta Phi sponsored a mixer in the 
Union and presented an act in the annual 
Variety Show. It also greatly aided the Curtain 
guild in stage work and ticket sales for The 
Andersonville Trial. 



Sigma Delto Phi. Standing: Henry Janl<.a, William Hansen, Mich- 
ael Cullinon, Martin O'Grady. Sitting: Donald Schrack, Fred 
Mausolf, Angelo Sorce, 




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Sigma Delta Phi. Standing: Terry 
Schurke, John Kelly, George Wentz, 
Ron Bailitz, Mike MacMullen, Jack 
Carollo, Ed Knych. Sitting: Glenn 
Schweitzer, Terry Sheehan, Andy 
Telles, John Schulien, Phil Cacioppo. 




Sigma Delta Phi Executive Counc 
Standing: Daniel Kotek, Barry Kane 
Robert Shearin, Robert Singler. Sit' 
ting: Laszio Boesze, Ralph Wydra 
President; Paul I. Davis. 



Sigma Delta Phi. Standing: Denny 
Szymczak, Tom Boring, Bruce Bona- 
fide, Lou Bielakowski. Sitting: Jerry 
Smith, Bob Richardson, Al Mclnerney. 




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SIGMA LAMBDA BETA 





Jim Kevin, Jim Muench, and Len Wantochowicz pool their talents 
in a study session. 



Sigma Lambda Beta was chartered and 
incorporated on February 1, 1927, by a group 
of undergraduate students from the College 
of Commerce. 

The fraternity has been the right arm of 
student government in the University College. 
It works to promote such activities as the 
Dean's Coffee Hour and the Graduates' Honor 
Banquet. Its members also try to further the 
interests of Loyola among the night school 
students, and many individual members are 
constantly initiating new projects for student 
benefit while serving on the University Col- 
lege Student Council. 

Two new organizations in night school, the 
University College Club and the Society for 
the Advancement of Management have 
secured aid and encouragement from Sigma 
Lambda Beta. 

The fraternity is a very active under- 
graduate organization, not the least of the 
activities of which has been working with the 
Loyola Union. Past officers have twice held 
the highest office in the Union. 




Sigma Lambda Beta Officers. Stand- 
ing: Joe Jindrich, Ken Anderson. 
Seoted: John Word, Earl Olsen. 



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Sigma Lambda Beta Members. Standing: Joe Jindrich, Gil Reyn- 
olds, Gil Albrect, Ken Anderson, Jim Kelly, Len Wantochowicz. 
Seated: Joe Wcislo, John Word, James Muench, Earl Olsen, Jim 
Kevin. 




Jim Kelly, Jim Muench, Gil Reynolds, 
Jim Kevin, and Ken Anderson wait 
for an elevator at Lewis Towers. 



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SIGMA PI 



IFC Sing winners, Sigma Pi, Bill Parozin, Ken Hennig, Denny 
Porent, John Adorns, Bill Neilis. 





Loyola University's chapter of Sigma Pi 
has completed its first full year on campus 
realizing considerable success. When Phi Mu 
Chi, the University's oldest local fraternity, 
joined the ranks of Sigma Pi, one of the 
nation's most respected nationals, a unique 
combination of local tradition coupled with a 
wealth of national sagacity. The resulting 
union affected an efficiently directed organi- 
zation with vast local history and tradition. 
The nationalization of Phi Mu Chi, then, has 
become a definite advantage to its members, 
to its alumni, and to prospective members. 
But to look outside its own ranks, Sigma Pi 
also brings a stronger look to the fraternity 
system at Loyola, thus benefiting the entire 
school. 




Sigmo Pi Officers, Standing: Tom Casey, George Obermeir, Tom 
McLoughlin, Seated: Bill Parozin, Ken Hennig, President. 



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Sigma Pi. Top Row: Jim Serwatka, Jerry Bielak, Rev Pana, Larry Pelka, Tony Vitullo. Third 
Row: Al Adorns, Jim Karwowski, Mike Vaske, Jim Compbell, Bob Heuser. Second Row: Tom 
Wanat, Fred Todd, Jim Koiosinski, Henry Buhrmann. Bottom Row: Joe Demeo, George Ober- 
meir. Bill Nellis, Ken Hennig, Tom McLaughlin, Don Waddell, George Long. 



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SIGMA PI ALPHA 

A local social fraternity, Sigma Pi Alpha was founded in 1933 to pro- 
mote intellectual and social interests among its members and to provide for 
their development, both spiritually and physically, in an atmosphere of friend- 
ship and cooperation. It was originally intended only for students of Polish 
extraction; however, since 1947 membership has been opened to all students 
of the University. 

Currently, the fraternity is engaged in a vigorous reorganization prog- 
gram. From an inactive status in 1959, Sigma Pi Alpha has striven since to 
regain the prominent place which it once held at Loyola. 

With a total active membership of twenty-three, Sigma Pi Alpha has in 
addition one of the largest and most active alumni associations in the Middle 
West. 




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the hallowed traditions of Sigma Pi 
Alpha. 



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Sigma Pi Alpha Officers: Standing: 
James Bushell, secretory; John 
O'Leary, athletic director; Barrett 
Henning, treosurer; William Clune, 
secretory. Seated: Terry Robinson, 
president; Les Bolick, vice-president. 



Sigma Pi Alpha. Standing: Barrett Henning, Richard McMohon, Jack Ongemach, Warren 
Bracy. Seated: Daniel Adams, Terry Robinson, James Bushell, James Healy, Lester Balick, 
Medord Narko. 




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TAU DELTA PHI 




A national social fraternity, Tau Delta Phi 
was founded at the College of the City of 
New York in the year 1914 In 1949 the Tau 
Eta chapter was organized at Loyola by Harold 
B. Murphy, who served as the first moderator 
and has helped the fraternity continuously in 
the succeeding years. 

The versatility of the Tau Delt members 
can be seen in their active participation in 
all facets of university life and the annual 
Inter-fraternity Sing is sponsored by them. 
Their history includes several receptions of 
the Blue Key Social Organization Award given 
each year to the organization best exemplify- 
ing the ideal of service to the University. 

Enjoying the reputation for academic 
excellence, the Tau Delts this year placed 
first in fraternity scholarship. 



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Daniel Uditsky study the fraternity rule book to the delight of the 
pledges. 



Tau Delts such as Ronald Riggs, Dennis Potuznik, Randy Chiostri 
Daniel Cusick, and Bill Gardiner spend much of their leisure time 
playing cards. 




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Tou Delta Phi. Sfanding: Dan Uditsky, Herb Theisen, 
Ron Riggs, Mike Coffey, Dennis Potuznik. Sitting: J in 
Bill Gardiner, Mike Sullivan, Jim Harris, Dan Cusick. 



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Jim Harris, president; Bill Gardiner, Mike Coffey. 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon Officers. Standing: Dick Bulger, Marty Klest, 
Ken Such, Jack Marino, Dom Ingrando, Frank West, Jack Fohren- 
boch. Seated: Jim Brophy, Dick Rogan, Joe Scully, president; 
Kevin Martin. 



Top Row: Ken Such, Rich Kenny, Ed Kaleta, Al Steiskal, Colie Connolly, Dove Shanahon, 
John Gerding, Dan Trozak. Second Row: Jim Kopp, Jim Werner, Al Landt, Ken Potocki, 
Jim Butzek, Peter Paul, Ron Ohihaber, Bottom Row: Frank Dentzer, John Frantonius, Jack 
DuFon, Fred Green, John Van Bromer, Bob Motoya. 







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Tau Kappa Epsilon this year continued its 
recent floatbuilding superiority by winning 
the Pow-Wow Float Award for the third 
straight year. The Tekes constructed a 
spectacular creation, with pastel-shaded 
horses pulling a Roman chariot, while a toga- 
clad emperor and his slave girls followed. 

To this achievment, the fraters added 
sponsorship of the Ugly Man Contest and Hal- 
lowe'en mixer, the Sweetheart Contest, and 
the Coed tea. Lectures were also scheduled 
at the Teke house, located at 6215 N. Ken- 
more. 

Before their association with the National 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Organization, the present 
Tekes were known as the University Club. 
Since that affiliation in 1956, the fraternity 
has rapidly grown to its present strength and 
influence. 

The fraternity's motto, "Not for wealth, 
rank, or honor, but for personal worth and 
character, "sums up its aims and the goal 
towards which all its varied activities are 
directed. 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




Jack Fahrenbach, Joe Scully, Jim Brophy, and Jim Kopp, are seen 
in Miami Beach, Florida with the plaque they won for being the 
top TKE Chopter in the United States. 



Top Row: Dick Linehan, Honk Michaels, Austin Rigney, Ray Morrissy, Mike Greco, Dick 
Bulger, Phil Augustine, Jim Skorey, Steve Brown. Second Row: Bob Rohde, Mike Ponticelli, 
Peter Stare, Al Steiskal, Joe Tomaszewski, Fr. Hurtibise, S. J,, Bob Stoszkiewicz, George 
Wehrle, Denny Gothmon, Denny Garvey. Bottom Row: Frank Galvin, Ed Josczcok, Bob Way- 
man, Hugh Arnold, Jerry Wahl, Lou Conlon, 






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Theta Phi Alpha first-place IFC Sing winners. Standing: Elayne 
Brown, Bonnie Bertaux, Diane Jenkinson, Sheila Curry, Kay 
Kiley, Jim Harris, Linda Doman, Karen Major, Jane Wyzgoski, Pot 
Mroczek, Fran Olech, Bonnie Solzak. Sitting: Stephanie Martin, 
Sue Freko, Mary Esther Laverty, Marie Dean. 



THETA PHI ALPHA 



With the establishment of Upsilon chapter 
of Theta Phi Alpha in 1943, Loyola Uni- 
versity witnessed the beginning of sorority life. 

Today, Theta Phi can lay claim to being 
the oldest and only Pan-Hellenic sorority at 
Loyola. It has as its ideals scholarship, leader- 
ship, and — most important — friendship. The 
chapter's chaplain is the Rev. Leo Martin, 
S.J., and the moderator is Miss Mary Louise 
McPartlin. 

Last September Theta Phi held a Sorority 
Weekend in Wisconsin. Rushing was held in 
October, and in November the group entered 
the Interfraternity Sing, in which it won first 
prize. December brought Pow-Wow Weekend 
and the more creative members designed and 
built a parade float. Also in December the 
sorority sold Christmas cards for the Glen- 
mary missions. 

Spring months were kept for private parties 
and activities. In May the spring pledge class 
was formerly initiated and the year was cli- 
maxed with the annual White Rose Boll. 




Theta Phi Alpha Top Row: Mary Ann Kasol, Jean Bluhm, Sheila Curry, Rachel Riley, Phyllis 
Hunter, Barbaro Jo Chesna, Michaele Wapole, Pat Cordon, Pam Putnam. Middle Row: Mary 
Tamburrino, Sue Freko, Cathy Silvagni, Chorlene Parker, Irene Buiko, Mary Riley, Fran 
Olech, Bettine Zizzo. Bottom Row: Pot Mroczek, Jane Wyzgoski, Bonnie Bertaux, Eileen 
McNulty. 



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Theta Phi Alpha Officers: Bobbi Mi- 
rek, president; Donna Siuda, Karen 
Major, Linda Doman, Mary Gill, Joan 
Duffy. 



Theta Phi Alpha. Top Row: Sandy Jerz, Mary Lou Kiley, Winnie Boylan, Pat Phelan, Marge 
Larsen, Stephanie Martin, Marie Dooley, Ann Morrissey, Emmy Lou Mahaiek, Carm Partipilo, 
Elayne Brown. Middle Row: Kay Kiley, Gail O'Horo, Mary Gill, Joan Duffy, Bobbi Mirek, 
Donna Siudo, Linda Doman, Karen Major. Bottom Row: Mary Esther Loverty, Geri Tabor, 
Joyce Seidel, Winnie Gill. 




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XI PSI PHI 



Xi Psi Phi dental fraternity has a two-fold 
purpose: first, to develop a membership 
devoted to its profession, school, and frater- 
nity; second, to aid its members in pursuing 
their professional, cultural, and social desires. 

The Lambda Chapter of Xi Psi Phi v^as 
established at Loyola in 1930. The organi- 
zation's many functions, such as house parties, 
an annual formal, and a yearly golf outing 
open to the entire Dental School's faculty and 
student body, have attracted more pledges 



than any other Dental School fraternity. 

An auxiliary division to the fraternity, com- 
posed of wives and fiances of the members, is 
known as the "Zipperettes"; they serve the 
fraternity by arranging refreshments and 
decorations for social activities, and providing 
clerical work for reviews. 

Dr. John R. Allison is the moderator of Xi 
Psi Phi. The Xi Psi Phi Quarterly unifies oil 
the chapters and gives each group the op- 
portunity to publish the results of its activities. 



Xi Psi Phi. Top Row; Soivatore Ricupero, Llewellyn Jones, David Dunagan, Joseph Matz, 
Robert Lentz, George Lambson, Jim Fulbright. Second Row: Frank Withe, Fred Oswalt, Don 
Pricco. Third Row: Wayne Beach, Robert Mesiewicz, Paul Frymark, Stan Kacpala. Fourth 
Row: Ken Pittner, Emmet Dennington, Dr. Frank Govin, Robert Kendall. Fifth Row: Harold 
Hammond, Bud Elder, Ron England, Walter Laos. 




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Dentists can cook too! 



Xi Psi Phi Officers. E. Dennington, W. Loos, ond Dr. F. Gavin, 
moderator. Missing are Jay McMahon, John Wierz, and John 
Boimforth. 




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John Haeger contemplotes his choice while Greg Mueller, Andy 
Tellis, Mary Kent, and Mary Ellen Julian eagerly await their turn. 



Jock Downs, Nick Pallotta, Maureen McMohon, Jerry Cerniak, Phil Carroll, end Noel Candice 
enliven their Sunday dinner at Loyola Hall with discussions aimed at solving the world's 
problems. 




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LOYOLA HALL 



For Loyola Hall, the year 1961-62 was 
marked by increased participation in Uni- 
versity activities and a growth in collegiate 
spirit. 

Rambler Rousers from the Hall formed a 
white-shirted cheering section at Loyola's 
home basketball games, and residents listened 
to away games — whenever possible — over 
the radio or by special long-distance telephone 
hookups. These projects were instrumental in 
stirring up student interest to a fever pitch for 
the Bowling Green basketball game, the year's 
most exciting. 

Residents especially distinguished them- 
selves in intramural athletics, as the P.I.D.'s 
from the first floor north snatched the school 
football title and the Northmen of the second 
floor north ran off with the northern independ- 
ent crown. 

The Hall hosted many social events during 
the year, such as open houses, parties, mixers, 
movies, and on off-campus dance held at the 
Illinois Athletic Club The Hall also entered 
the Miss Loyola contest, constructed a float 
for the Pow-Wow, and erected house decora- 
tions. 





Mary Marriot is first prize winner at Loyola Hall's Halloween 
Party. 




Mike Wiedel, John Morrissey, and 
Charles Thill listen to a hi-fi in the 
dorm. 



Dorm Prefects: Fr. Talkin, Jim Erdmann, Fr. Bergewisch, Fr. Wil- 
liams, and Mr. Kotowski, moderator. 



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John Haeger and Jerry Cerniak perform morning ablutions in 
the dorm. 



Perhaps the most enjoyable moments of 
resident life were the off beat expressions of 
college spirit, which led students to block 
rush-hour traffic on Sheridan Road with giant 
snowballs, cultivate icicles from window 
ledges, lock prefects in their rooms, and 
generally help bring a little more variety to 
the daily routine of college life. 




An informal jam session provides recreation in the dorm lounge. 



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Loyolo Hall's Pow-Wow house decorations brighten Sheridan Rood. 



Bernie Gledhill draws an oudience to his impromptu concert in the Loyola Hall lounge. 




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• fS2 Ed Lynch stops at Stebler and finds 



Marie Biel completely unprepared. 



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STEBLER HALL 



Stebler Hall is Loyola's main women's resi- 
dence, located at 1101 Loyola Avenue. The 
majority of the eighty girls who reside there 
are from Chicago. The dormitory is under the 
care of Miss Dawson, the House Mother. 

Annette Vigeant is president of the 
executive board which meets once a month 
to carry out the business at hand. The ap- 
plication of rules is under the rule of the 
judiciary board. This board is comprised of 
two representatives from each class. 

Some of the outstanding contribution made 
to university life by the residents hove been 
participation in Pow-Wow Weekend with a 
house decoration, the nomination of Miss 
Mimi Duggan for the Miss Loyola contest, 
and their gala social event "Vegas Variety." 

Future plans are being drown up for an 
additional girls resident hall across the street 
from Stebler. 



Gertrude Fitzpotrick and Sandy Accordini study quietly in their 
room. 





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Barb Rivan, Beaulynn Sullens, Beth 
Ford, and Mimi Duggon watch tele- 
vision in the recreation room. 



Juanita Sattlcr, Theresa Holzer, Jonet 
Gallagher, Audrey Gineman, and Bar- 
bara Hoess are framed in a Stebler 
stairway. 



Stebler Hall Residents. Standing: Lynn Martin, Sandra Blaze, Kathy Dendier, Susan Coldev/ay, 
Margaret Vigil, Charlene Bogaerts, Bonnie Hart, Carol Ward, Christine Valiee, Jeanne Henning, 
Moxine Nunez. Seated: Bernadette Atkus, Marie Biel, Charlene Hopp, Jeanne Lucas, Mary 
Ann Miller, Margaret Powell, Sue Bradley, Nancy Andrews, Gertrude Fitzpatrick, Sandra 
Accordini, Connie Bolawender, Janet Green. Seated on Floor: Coleen Fox, Colette Stack, 
Liz Bassak, Irene Gaughon, Sue Kubiak, Karen Parkhurst, Shirley Jerome. 




More Stebler Hall Residents. Standing: Lynn Rank, Mary Kay Nielson, Margaret Schultz, 
Jane Strotyr, Mary Ann Dooling, Jane Donahue, Elaine Onderisin, Mary Ellen Dienes, Mary 
Lee Duggan, Marilyn Roth, Nancy Markovich, Kathy Musich, Barbara Rivan, Molly McHole. 
Seated: Martha Willi, Julie Gallagher, Beth Ford, Mary Ann Kosal, Mary Kent, Janice Krozel, 
Mrs. Shirley Dawson, housemother; Dorothy Stonek, Nancy Riley, Edwina Krol, Sharon McCabe. 
Seated on Floor: Florence Kowolzyck, Annette Vigeant, Judy Van Klavern, Marilyn Kulla, 
Valentine Valient, Margaret Procyk, Mary Therese Morriot. 




Rachel Riley, Mary Fran Cogger, Nan- 
cy Slattery, Ina Grey, Anne Relter, 
Anne Linskey, and Sue Freko assem- 
ble for breakfast at Delaware Hall. 




Sandy Smith and Terry Tamburrino 
find leisure miment in their room. 



DELAWARE HALL 



Delaware Hall is the second largest wo- 
men's residence at Loyola. This Hall possesses 
housing accommodations for sixty girls, most 
of whom are out-of-town residents. The 
dormitory is under the care and supervision 
of Miss Barrett, although students play an 
active role in administration. 

The Executive Board, which comprises the 
planning portion of dormitory administration, 
is headed by Nancy Slattery. Under her are: 
Vice-President, Catherine Silvoni; Treasurer, 
Sharon Mekus; Social Chairman, Sue Freko, 
and the Secretary, Emma Lou Gahollick. 

The Judiciary Board is composed of Nancy 
Slattery as President, with Mary Bussart, Lynn 
Mizerik, and Nijole Norkus as her assistants. 

Delaware was very active this year in 
campus activities. The girls placed an entry 
in the float contest during Pow-Wow Weekend 
and had an act in the Variety Show. This Hall 
was especially active in SAL, from which they 
hold a special award. 



Delaware Hall. Standing: Mary Ann Bickel, Diane Byrd, Patricio 
Smith, Margaret Barrett, housemother; Mary Bossarte, Mary Fran 
Cogger, Lucy Gabriel. Seated: Ann Linskey, Sharyn Meckus, Son- 
dra Austin, Dorothy Dabek, Elizabeth Cassidy, Linda Mizerik. 





Delaware Hall, 
campus. 



women's residence for students at the downtown 



Delaware Hall Residents. First Row; Margaret Geffinger, Pot Hoyden, Mary Bergon, Norkus 
Ni|ole, Peggy Poskus, Beth Birkholy, Joan Thinnes, Lyn Griswold, Joan Discher, Cindy Lewis, 
Midge Schaike, Judy Bergren, Joyce Liput. Second Row: Anne Reiter, Ellen Malin, Mary 
Riley, Emmy Lou Mihalak, Marge Whalen, Joyce Richards, Anne Byrnes, Judy Trotto, Mary 
Kay Kaptenovic, Sue Bossolo, Lois McKinnon, Sue Odenbach. Seoted: Sherrie Gonzaley, Lois 
HIavaty, Kathy Silvagni, Sue Freko, Ginny Becker, Pom Putnam, Nancy Slattery. 





■'1043" Rciidenfs. Standing: Thercic Makovviki, Mary Ann Slivka, Shoron Burke, Gaye 
Bowers, Virginia Morse, Charlotte Popp. Seated: Jerry Sattler, Mari Hertzel, Marsha 
Stachyra, Sharon Smalarz, Kay Gray, Sandra DioGuardi. Seated on Floar: Jo Ann Golec, 
Janet Gallagher, Connie Jakubowski. 



Mary Ann Slivka, Virginia Webb, Jim Westbrook, and Janet Gal- 
lagher have a lively discussion at the "1043" Christmas Tea. 




1043 HALL" 



The women's residence hall located at 1043 
West Loyola is the most recent addition to the 
Loyola Campus. Established in September, 
1961, "1043" was acquired to house more 
women undergraduates at the Lake Shore 
Campus who wished to live on campus. 

Although housing only thirty-nine women, 
"1043" has made many contributions to uni- 
versity life: a faculty tea held in their residence 
hall, participation in Pow-Wow Weekend, and 
teams in each phase of the women's intra- 
murals. 

In addition to individual participation in 
university activities, "1043" is represented 
collectively by their dormitory council. Its 
functions and procedures are governed by the 
decisions of the residents. 

The dormitory is supervised by Miss Virginia 
Webb, the House Mother. 



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Rev. J. Donald Hayes, Director of Gonzaga Hall, gazes with satisfaction upon the new 
residence hall. 



Bruce Bonofide and Ken Firling relax beside the fireplace in 
Loyola's new Gonzaga Hall. 




GONGAZA HALL 



Gonzaga Hall is a combination retreat 
house and dormitory, named after the "patron 
of youth" who died before he was ordained. 

Gonzaga houses permanent Chicago resi- 
dents under the rule of Tom Boland, the stu- 
dent manager. The priest in charge and retreat 
master is Fr. Hayes, S. J. 

Closed retreats are held from Friday eve- 
ning to early Sunday afternoon. 

Some main activities held this past year the 
retreat for married, night school students held 
March 9-11, on eight day retreat during the 
mid-semester break, and the construction of 
a chapel by the residents themselves. 



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athletics 




ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 



GEORGE IRELAND 
Athletic Director 




After eleven years of coaching basketball 
at Loyola, George Ireland has compiled a 
creditable 128-109 won-last record. The 
former Notre Dame All-American is finishing 
his third year as athletic director. Selected last 
year to the NCAA Basketball Rules Commit- 
tee, Ireland coached for fifteen years at Mar- 
mion Military Academy before coming to 
Loyola. 

Al Wagner, a Loyola graduate, began his 
first year at LU this season. Before assuming 
the duties of Aqua-Rambler mentor, Wagner 
was swimming coach of St. Phillip's High 
School. While attending Loyola, he won major 
letters in swimming, being named the Most 
Valuable Swimmer in 1955. He also swam for 
the United States in international competition 
and in the Olympic trials in Los Angeles. 

Head track coach for the past twelve years, 
Jerry Weiland is a graduate of the University 
of Southern California. Prior to this season, 
Weiland had served as head cross-country 
mentor for eleven years. Highly successful on 
the cinders, Weiland-tutored teams have won 
consistently for a dozen seasons. 

Donald Amidei assumed the responsibilities 
of head cross-country coach at Loyola, after 
two seasons as assistant track and cross- 
country mentor. A graduate of DePaul, Amidei 
coached for eleven seasons at St. George's 
High School. 

After eleven seasons as Loyola's head 
bowler, coach Charles Greenstein continues to 
produce winning squads. Founder of the Mid- 
western Intercollegiate Bowling Conference, 
Greenstein is a graduate of Loyola. While a 
student, he captained the bowling team from 
1949 to 1950. During the 1948 campaign, 
Greenstein rolled a 300 gome. 

John Stevens, a graduate of of DePaul, 
headed Loyola's golf team for the fourth time 
this year. In his free time, Stevens is on as- 
sistant pro at the Edgewater Beach Club. 

In his rookie year as Loyola's freshman 
basketball coach, George Smith posted a rec- 
ord of 6-3. Smith is a graduate of Loyola. 



Mapping plans in Loyola's Alumni Gym ore Jerry Line, freshman 
basketball coach; George Ireland, varsity basketball coach, and 
Denny Quinlan, the Athletic Department's public relations man. 




MARY JOE MURRAY 
Athletic Department Secretary 





JERRY WEILAND 
Track Coach 



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Ramblers open with Pow-Wow win. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 




Stater stuns Gavin. 



Making a mock of all the pre-season reports, the 
Ramblers of Loyola compiled a 21-3 regular season rec- 
ord. The sophomore laden squad developed into a na- 
tional contender, earning a bid to the National Invita- 
tional Tournament held in New York between March 
17-24. Loyola turned in their best season record since 
the 1948-'49 Ramblers won twenty-two and lost five 
before going to the NIT. That squad won three of four 
in New York, finally falling to Son Francisco, 48-47, 
in the championship contest. 

Something to bear in mind is the fact that the 
starting five will only graduate one member, Mike Gav- 
in. The rest of the "run-and-brigade," Jerry Harkness, 
Jack Egon, Les Hunter, and Vic Rouse, will all return to 
Loyola's hardwood court for another season. 

The team began its campaign with a successful 
four game homestand, racking up victories over As- 
sumption (95-44), South Dakota (104-63), Wayne State 
(93-43), and North Dakota (96-73). 

Venturing forth from Alumni Gym for the first 
time, the Ramblers traveled to Kalamazoo to hand a 
rugged Western Michigan five a 87-85 overtime defeat. 
Sticking to the road, LU suffered its first setback at the 
hands of the nations number one, Ohio State, 92-72. 

Returning to their home court, the Ramblers tack- 
led and defeated Ohio University of the strong Mid- 
American conference, 77-69. The Ramblers continued 
their winning ways by taking their stadium openers, 
smashing Colgate (93-54) and easing past the erratic 
Hoosiers of Indiana (95-90). 

Coach Ireland's, crew next journeyed to Michigan 
where they trounced the University of Detroit 90-76. The 
second Rambler defeat of the season came at the hands 
of Marquette's Warriors, who un-hospitably snuck past 
LU, 63-60 in the Milwaukee Arena. 



Lucas outleaps Les Hunter. 




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Safe at home, the Ramblers set back. Mem- 
phis State 100-76 before a capacity crowd in 
Loyola's Alumni Gym. Traveling as far south 
as possible, Loyola crushed their southern 
namesakes, Loyola of New Orleans, 96-73. 

LU conquered the Redmen of St. John's, 
92-82, in one of the hardest fought games \r\ 
Chicago Stadium history, before traveling to 
southern Ohio to completely outclass Ohio U., 
93-75. 

After comparatively easy victories over 
Baldwin-Wallace and Western Michigan, the 
NIT bound Ramblers defeated a tough Mar- 
shall squad on the losers home court, 88-80. 

Following a warm-up game with St. Nor- 
bert (LU won 105-52), the Ramblers hosted 
Marquette at the stadium. The upset con- 
scious Warriors were surprised before 16,214 
fans as the revenge-seeking Ramblers hustled 



Rouse clears stadium boards. 



"Twistin' the Night Awoy" 





to an impressive 98-84 victory. To add to the 
night's laurels, Jerry Harkness broke Loyola's 
two season scoring record with a final second 
bucket, 

Washington of St. Louis fell to the Ramb- 
lers 103-80, before LU took on the highly 
touted Bowling Green Falcons. Rebounding 
from a poor first half, the Ramblers scored a 
81-63 upset. 

Finishing on the road, Loyola barely snuck 
by John Carroll, 67-66, before falling to 
Xavier, 96-89. 



Hunter hawks for Ramblers. 



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Gavin comes to the rescue. 




A show of hands is made in the Marquette game. 




Loyola 95 Assumption 44 

Loyola 104 South Dakota 63 

Loyola 93 Wayne State 43 

Loyola 96 North Dakota 73 

Loyola 87 Western Michigan 85 

Loyola 11 Ohio State 92 

Loyola 77 Ohio University 69 

Loyola 93 Colgate 54 

Loyola 95 Indiana 90 

Loyola 90 Detroit 76 

Loyola 60 Marquette 63 

Loyola 100 Memphis State 76 

Loyola 96 Loyola (South) 73 

Loyola 92 St. John 82 

Loyola 93 Ohio University 75 

Loyola 108 Baldwin-Wallace 69 

Loyola 102 Western Michigan 79 

Loyola 88 Marshall 80 

Loyola 105 St. Norbert 52 

Loyola 98 Marquette 84 

Loyola 103 Washington 80 

Loyola 81 Bowling Green 63 

Loyola 67 John Carroll 66 

Loyola 89 Xavier 96 



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Hunter wotches Gerry Harkness from mid-air. 




"Crno" is elated over Bowling Green 
victory. 



The 1961-'62 cheerleaders were, from the left, Kathy Irelond, Noreen Raio, Mory Lee Gross, 
Margie Stacey, Karolyn Brannon, and Susie Bradley. 





The 1961 -'62 Ramblers, from the left, included: top row: Alan Ray, Chuck Wood, Gerry 

Harkness, and Ron Miller. Middle Row: Nick Pallotta, Jim Reordon, Les Hunter, Rich 

Rochelle, Floyd Bosley, Vic Rouse, John Crnokrak, and coach George Ireland. Bottom Row: 
Jerry Verwey, Dan McQuade, Jack Egon, Mike Gavin, and Jim Schilling. 

The Rambler mascots with the ram 
"Bier." 




LOYOLA UNIVERSITY RAMBLERS 



Several Rambler records were broken over the 
season. Gerry Harkness totaled 156 free throws to 
break his own record of 150 set lost year. He tied 
his single season scoring record of 520 points. The 
team's 21 84 points for the season broke the old school 
record set during the thirty-five game 1949-'50 sea- 
son (2013). The 1961 -'62 Ramblers played only 
twenty-four regular season games. 

Coach George Ireland come up with his best 
year at Loyola. LU's 21-3 record bettered his pre- 
vious high set during the 1951 -'52 campaign when 
his team won seventeen while losing eight. That year 
he was named Coach of the Year by the Chicago 
basketball writers. 

Harness' 520 points reaped him a 21.7 point per 
game overage. He was followed by Egan with 324 
(13.5); Rouse, 320 (13.9); Gavin 310 (12.9); Hunter, 
300 (12.5); and Miller, 212 (8.8). 



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Jerry Harkness, destined to be the 
highest Rombler scorer in history, 
dribbles toward the basket. 



The "Iron Five" join bonds before a 
contest in Alumni Gym. From the left 
ore Vic Rouse, Jerry Harkness, Les 
Hunter, Jack Egan, and Mike Gavin. 




Coach George Ireland reviews game 
strategy with his co-captains, Jerry 
Verwey and John Crnokrak. 




The Loyola Ramblers showed their op- 
ponents in the NIT the balanced scoring 
attack which they used during the regu- 
lation campaign. Ron Miller and Jerry 
Harkness, both hometown New York 
boys, led the Ramblers with 64 and 49 
points respectively. 

The Temple gome saw Miller pump 
in 19 points, while Harkness and Vic 
Rouse contributed 15 each. 

In the Dayton-Loyola contest four of 
the starting five scored in double fig- 
ures. They were Harkness, 25; Les Hun- 
ter, 19; Rouse, 16; and Harkness, 12. 

In the consolation game between LU 
and Duquesne, all five of the starters 
again hit for double figures. Contribut- 
ing to the victory were: Harkness, Miller, 
and John Egan with 20 points each; 
Rouse, with 18; and Hunter, who gar- 
nered 15. 



NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 



The Loyola Ramblers climaxed a great season by accepting a bid to 
the National Invitational Tournament, held in New York's Madison Square 
Garden from March 17-24. 

The sophomore laden Ramblers received a first round bye on the basis 
of their performance during the regular season. A close triumph by Temple 
over Providence, 80-78, set the scene for LU's first game. 

The Rambler five did their parading on St. Patrick's Day up and down 
the hardcourt of Madison Square Garden, Led by an initial rush by Jerry 
Harkness, LU jumped to a quick 21-4 lead. The determined Loyolons con- 
tinued on their way doubling the Owls score, 48-24, ending the half with 
a 48-30 edge. 

The pressure of the second half was not as great. Temple's leading 
rebounder fouled out with 16:48 remaining, and the Loyola cagers proceeded 
to coast to a 75-64 victory and place in the semi-finals against Dayton. 

In Dayton, Loyola met an inspired squad. The Ramblers controlled the 
first half and led at the half time break, 44-41; but during the second half 
the Flyers' Chmielewski took over the rebounding and scored 22 of his 27 
points. Gordy Hotton also was a thorn in the Ramblers' side with his 33 
markers. The final buzzer sounded with championship bound Dayton ahead 
by a 98-82 margin. 

The Rambler cagers then proceeded to show a Duquesne contingent 
that they wanted the third place trophy. The final score, 95-84. The score 
quickly mounted, standing 43-38 at half time in favor of LU. The second 
half saw the Dukes fight back to a 50-49 advantage. This was quickly 
reversed as LU added speed to skill, pulling away to victory. 





Vic Rouse grapples for the boll with 
o member of the Temple squad in the 
Notional Invitational Tournament. 



Jerry Harkness scrambles for loose 
boll in first period of Notional Invi- 
tational Tournament ba5l<etball semi- 
final in New York's Madison Square 
Garden. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




Little Paul Robertson, smooth fresh- 
man guard, is protected from his 
teammates. 



Under the tutorage of George Smith, the 
littlest Rambler's battled their way through 
a 6-3 season. 

Leading the frosh in scoring was Edward 
"Billy" Smith, with 259 points for a 28.8 point 
per game overage. Ear! Johnson followed with 
a 25.2 average on 227 points. Rounding out 
the starting five, Don Connaughton scored 141 
points (15.7); Paul Robertson, 85 (9.4); and 
Tom Stack, 70 (7.8). 

The freshmen five led the season off against 
Fr. Perez, dropping the contest 81-86. After 
easily beating the fraternity all-stars (134-35), 
the frosh whipped North Pork, 97-43. 

Once more the nemesis of Loyola freshmen 
proved to be the Jamaco Saints, who beat the 
frosh 93-74 in the first encounter between 
the two squads. After knocking off Vol- 
porosio, 78-56, and crunching two teams of 
less significance, the freshman squad once 
more fell to Jamaco before finishing the 
season with a 87-70 victory over Wheoton. 




Pictured from the left ore four of the starting freshman five: 
Dan Connaughton, Billy Smith, Paul Robertson, and Earl Johnson. 



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Everyone starts . . . 

O'Hara finishes! 



Loyola's cross-country teem, under the direction of Don 
Amidei, hod its best season in the school's history last fall, 
closing with a record of seven and one. Their lone loss was 
sustained at the hands of the powerful U. of C, Track Club, 
and this by only six points. 

Leading the harriers for the second straight year was 
sophomore Tom O'Hara, who won all races against college 
competition and split a pair with the number two distance 
runner in the country. Gar Williams. Sophomore Dick Coch- 
ran was second man on the team, followed closely by fresh- 
men Pat Mitten, Ed Russell, and Richard Reed, who should 
be among the best middle distance runners next year. 

Rounding out the squad were senior team captain Doug 
Balen, sophomore miler John Pendergost, junior two-miler 
Jim Mooney, Don O'Leary, and John Kolovich. Tom Matulis, 
who started the year as number two man, was put out of 
action by an injury suffered in mid-season. 

Highlighting the campaign was the NCAA Cross Coun- 
try Championship in Michigan, at which Tom O'Hara took 
a fifth place, competing against the best runners in the coun- 
try. Running the four-miler in 20:12, O'Hara became one 
of five sophomores in the history of the meet to finish this 
high. Due to his outstanding achievement, O'Hara received 
a berth on the Ail-American Cross Country Team. 




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Loyola relay runner crosses the finish line in the Chicago Doily 
News Reloys. 



TRACK 





Sophomore track sensotion, Tom 
O'Hara, relaxes before meet. 



A Loyola cinderman prepares to begin 
the mile relay. 



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The return of several outstanding lettermen 
and the addition of a crop of promising freshmen 
gave the Loyola track team one of its best seasons 
thus far. Early in the campaign, the college mile 
relay team of O'Horo, White, Flanagan, and An- 
gilikis set a Michigan A.AAJ. Relays record of 
3:23.2. At Michigan State, against top collegiate 
competition, the Ramblers won two of three events 
entered. Elsewhere, the trackmen routed North 
Central College and took the Midwest Invitational 
for the first time since 1953. 

Spearheading the squad were Tom O'Hora, 
Henry White, and Tom Flanagan. O'Hara ran a 
4:02.3 mile behind indoor mile record holder Jim 
Beatty at the National A.A.U., and at the Daily 
News Relays he cut his time to 4:01.6, the fastest 
indoor mile ever run by a sophomore. In addition, 
he won the C.C.C. mile and two of K. of C. miles. 

White, leading scorer in Loyola track history, 
showed continued excellence in the quarter mile 
and broad jump, losing one jump by only Va" to 
Ralph Boston. Sophomore Jim Dwyer, and fresh- 
men Pete Waldron, Jerry Drozd, Dick Dvorchak, 
and Stan Drab balanced the sprint team, while 
Dick Cochran, Doug Balan, Jim Mooney, Tom Ma- 
tulis, and frosh Ed Russell and Pot Mitten rounded 
out the distance squad. 

Due to strong veterans and developing fresh- 
men. Coach Jerry Weiland's runners made a strong 
finish in their 1962 campaign. 




Loyola's crock mile relay team of 
Rick Angilikis, Tom Waldron, Henry 
White, and Tom Flonogon pose be- 
fore the Chicago Doily News Relays. 



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SWIMMING 



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AL WAGNER 
Swimming Coach 



The Aqua-Ramblers finished their season with 
a mediocre record of eight wins and six losses. But 
this does not tell the entire story. Lacking both depth 
and experience, the finmen, under freshman coach 
Al Wagner, broke every existing school record ex- 
cept the 200 yard Backstroke. Some of these records 
had existed since 1954. 

The Loyola swimmers achieved their best results 
in the Chicago Intercollegiate Championship when 
they won the title for the eighth time in 15 years, 
defeating their nearest opponent by 60 points. The 
only graduating seniors are captain Butch Blau and 
Dennis Spirek. 

Captain elect, high point man, and the Most 
Valuable Swimmer for 1962 was junior Bill Bishop. 
Bill was the only swimmer to represent the univer- 
sity in the NCAA Championship in Columbus, Ohio. 

Back next year, along with Bishop, are sopho- 
more Andy Barry, freshman Ron Koehler, and fresh- 
man Bill Waltzoni each of whom own at least one 
school record. These three placed second, third and 
fourth in the scoring department. 

Also returning next year will be freshman dis- 
tance freestyler Ron Mokos, and sophomore back- 
strokers Ron Svoboda and Lorry Konn. 

Wagner, in his first year of coaching at Loyola, 
graduated from Loyola in 1955 when he was the 
team's Most Valuable Swimmer. With the swimmers 
that Wagner has assembled, 1962-'63 should be a 
most successful year. 




Two Loyola swimmers practice the 
butterfly in Alumni pool. 



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Aqua-Ramblers coming up for air and 
breathing bubbles in o swim meet. 





Swimmer squints as he takes off 
from block three. 



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Loyola swimmer makes his way across the pool in the AAU Swim- 
mir)g Championship. 





Mentor Al Wagner with the team co- 
captain, Bernard Blau. 




Taking off from the starting blocks 
are two of Loyola's ace swimmers. 



Aquo-Rombler slips through the brine. 




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NEW RECORDS 

400 yard medley relay 
Larry Kann 
Butch Bleu 

Bill Bishop 

Bill Waltzoni 4:03.4 

220 yard freestyle 

Bill Waltzoni 2:13.7 

50 yard freestyle 

Bill Waltzoni 0:23.1 

220 yard individual medley 

Ron Koehler 2:17.0 

200 yard butterfly 

Bill Bishop 2:09.8 

100 yard butterfly 

Bill Waltzoni 0:50.2 

440 yard freestyle 

Ron Koehler 4:57.6 

200 yard breoststroke 

Andy Barry 2:26.4 

400 yard freestyle relay 

Ron Mokos 

Rick Staveley 

Bill Waltzoni 

Butch Blau 3:36.7 



LOYOLA SWIM TEAM 



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Loyola's bowling team with coach 
Charles Greenstein. 



BOWLING 



Rambler kegler shoots for a strike. 




Under the guidance of Coach Charles Green- 
stein, the Loyola Bowling Team is making a de- 
termined bid for recognition on Loyola's sports 
scene, basing their ten-pin attack on the results 
of the 1960-61 season in the Midwest Inter- 
Collegiate bowling League. 

Leaders in scoring for the bowlers this season 
were Joe Sillimon, Jack Brown, Jock McGuire, and 
Jim Handy, who all splintered the pins for individ- 
ual gome averages of over 180. Also downing pins 
for the 1962 Ramblers were Ken Wolski, Frank 
Mancyko, and George Hill. 

Coach Greenstein must be given much credit 
for the excellent job he has done with the bowling 
team in the past seasons. The team is not one of 
the biggest or most spectacular at Loyola, but it 
does its part in building the Loyola ideal of the 
whole man. 



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Ready for their spring session are several members of Loyola's intercollegiate golf team. 



GOLF 



The Loyola Golf team, under the direction of 
Coach John Stevens, posted one of their best sea- 
sons to date during last spring. Under the watchful 
eye of Coach Stevens, co-coptoins Rich Cahill and 
Bob Kane led the team through seven meets and 
one tournament. 

From the first tee, shot against De Paul, until 
the final putt in the Illinois Collegiate Tournament, 
the linksmen faced staunch competition from Lewis 
College, the University of Illinois (Chicago), I IT, 
Roosevelt College, Northwestern, Southern Illinois 
end Notre Dame. 

Fighting the battle of the links against such 
teams, LU was bolstered by Mike Hayes, Hohn 
Freeman, Bill O'Grady, and Mike Muddler. With 
an abundance of underclassman on the team, the 
outlook for the future is indeed hopeful. 



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INTRAMURAL 
FOOTBALL 



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Dick Fossier of the TEKE's prepares to hike the pigskin to quar- 
terback Ken Such during the first half of Interfraternity Football 
League contest. 




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The Alpha Delts prepare to defend 
their goal as referee Graham McClean 
looks on. 



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The Lake Shore Campus Athletic Program 
took another step forward this year when a 
faculty intramural board was formed to over- 
see all IM activities and to hear protests. 
The board was composed of Mr. John Jozwiak, 
Dr. Herbert Abel, and Fr. Thomas Mun- 
son, S.J. The separate interfraternity council 
board elected as officers Kevin Martin, chair- 
man, John Durkin, and Dave Raia. Also new 
to the program was a twenty-one page con- 
stitution governing all intramural activities, 
drawn up by Butch Blau, Senior Intramural 
Manager. Graham McClean was Junior Man- 
ager. 

Football competition in both leagues was 
tough right down to the wire. The interfra- 
ternity league champion was decided when 
the undefeated Tekes and Alpha Delts met, 
Tekes bowing 12-0. Meanwhile, the unbeaten 
P.I.D.'s and Snogamos were squaring off for 
Northern League title. P. ID. snuck by 2-0, 
earning the right to play the Southern League 
champ, the Dupes. Ending in a 0-0 tie, the 
game went to the P.I.D.'s after a four-ploy 
showdown. In the overall championship game. 
Pete Brusca led P.I.D. to a 12-0 victory over 
ADG. The consolation game sow the Dupes, 
under Pat Parrilli, down the Tekes 18-6. The 
first all-star game in Loyola history, pitting 
independent and fraternity stars, ended in an 
18-0 GDI victory. 




A P.I.D. surprises Alpha Delt George 
Riley in the P.I.D. -Delt game. 



Members of Alpha Delta Gamma and 
Tau Kappa Epsilon are pitted against 
each other in the highlight contest of 
the fraternity football season. 





Pictured above, members of the intromurol football champion team, the PID's. Having won 
the independent league title, the PID's defeated the fraternity champs. Alpha Delta Gamma, 



below, 12-0, in the playoff contest 




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Action fakes ploce under the boards, 
OS the teams go at it in intramural 
basi<etball competition. 



INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 



Basketball competition also proved keen in both leagues. 
The fraternity intramurais sow three teams bidding for star- 
dom. In the contest between the undefeated Tau Delts and 
Alpha Delts, the latter come out on top. Against the favored 
Pi Alphs, they then came from behind to win 34-31. In the 
independent circuit, the unbeaten Dupes of the Southern 
League, fell to the Viotorians, also unblemished. To chal- 
lenge the brothers, the Northern League sent the Northmen, 
who had beaten the Snogomos for their title. The will- 
conditioned Viotorians, however, eased by the Northmen 
37-29. In the overall championship gome, the shorpshooting 
Alpha Delts fell prey to Brother Talkin and crew, 37-32. 

Of special interest was the new record set by Tau Delts 
Phi in their 98-35 drubbing of the Sigma Delts, a game in 
which Denny Potuznik also set on indivdual record with his 
59 points. 

Other sports included baseball, track, tennis, bowling, 
and golf, the latter two instituted this year. 

The Lewis Towers Intramural Sports Program, under the 
direction of Jim Santo, Bob Staskiewicz, and Joe Tomaszew- 
ski, once again was centered in the Chicago Armory. LT IM's 
are set up a little differently than those at Lake Shore, in that 
the program is directed more to individual competition at the 
start of the year and more to team events in the second 
semester. 

Full time arts and commerce students at LT, as well 
as all day students of the low school, were eligible to compete 
for a sweepstakes trophy, awarded to the man tallying the 
most points during the year's events. Smaller trophies were 
given for certain individual events. 

First semester athletics included the football accuracy 
throw, won by Jim Santo in a field of 76 entrants, and the 
four-man rope climb, taken by a law school team. Pete 
Coleman was dart throwing champion, and Ziggy Farbotko 
copped the badminton trophy. Halloween Novelty Day saw 
John Von Bramer win the turkey trot. Other events were 
horseshoes, table tennis, and a chess and checkers tourna- 
ment. 

The main event in the second half of the program was 
five-man basketball tournament, running from Feb. 12 to 
April 16. Seventeen independent and fraternity teams battled 
it out for four doys a week. Also held were the annual field 
goal and free throw accuracy contests, the former won by 
Bob Mueller. Other attractions were volleyball, golf, putting, 
Softball, a medicine ball relay race, and even poker and 
pinochle. 




Players from opposing intramural bas- 
ketball teoms vie for the roundboll. 




Pictured to the left are the Viatorian 
Brothers who, after taking the inde- 
pendent basketball crown, defeated 
the Alpha Delts in the intramural 
championship game, 37-32. 




Alpha Delta Gamma held on to their 
monopoly in interfraternity athletic 
competition by winning the fraternity 
basketball title. 




From the left, Dr. D. Herbert Abel, Dr. John R. Josvviak, and Fr. Thomas N. Munson, are 
the members of the Intramurol Board. 




Bernard Blau and Graham McClean, LSC intramural heads, con 
pare notes on the intramural program. 



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Girls from 1043 relax after contest in which they took the 
second place trophy for women's intramural volleyball. 



The 1961 -'62 Women's Intramural Program, 
managed by Pat Luetkemeyer and Mimi Duggan, got 
underway last September with a six week volleyball 
tournament. The Nursing Council, Stebler Hall, 
"1043," Alpha Tau Delta, and Chi Theta Upsilon 
battled it out for the traveling trophy. Chi Theta 
and "1043" faced one another in the final match of 
the season, with the result that Chi Theta, coached 
and captained by Kay Keogh, carried off the prize. 
A basketball tournament highlighted the second se- 
mester. 

This year must be marked as a milestone for 
the Women's Athletic Program. For the first time in 
Loyola's history, on all-star team has represented L.U. 
in matches with eleven colleges and universities in 
the Chicago area. At the "gome day" held at the 
University of Illinois, Loyola took second place to 
DePoul University, whose team is composed of phy- 
sical education majors. 

Volleyball and basketball were not the only 
sports offered to Loyola's coeds. Tennis, table tennis, 
and swimming added to the program to make this 
year's season more successful and popular than those 
gone by. 



Chi Theta Upsilon, women's intra- 
mural volleyball champions, smile aft- 
er rugged title game. 




GIRLS INTRAMURALS 



Volleyball enthusiasts from 
crown. 



'1043" and Chi Theta battle it out for the women's voileyball 




Pat Luetkemeyer, Mory Lee Duggan, 
and Mary Therese Marriott are the 
girls who headed the women's intra- 
mural program. 





Loyola's first water ballerinas practice complex drill. 



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GRADUATE SCHOOL 

Mid-Year Convocation 

Recipients Of The Degree Of 

Doctor Of Philosophy 

JOAN CARROLL BALDWIN, Psychology 

(A.B., Monhattonville College; A.M., Loyola University) Disser- 
tation: Rorschach Personality Pattern Differences between Over- 
Achievers, Normals, and Under-Achievers at the Fifth Grade 
Level. 

HARRY ELMER GUNN, Psychology 

(A.B., Beloit College; M.S., Purdue University) Dissertation: An 
Analysis of Thought Processes Involved in Solving Clinical 
Problems. 

ERNEST D. KAUFMAN, Chemistry 

(B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology; M.S., Loyola University) 
Dissertation: The Reactions of Sodium with Chlorinated and 
Fluorinated Methanes in the Vapor Phase. 

RENE RICHARD KEMPEN, Pharmacology 

(B.S., St. Joseph's College; M.S. Loyola University) Dissertation: 
The Effects of G-Strophonthin on the Electrical Activity of the 
Dog Heart as Recorded by the Time-Based Vectorcardiograph. 

ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR., Anatomy 

(B.S., St. Mary's College; M.S., Loyola University) Dissertation: An 
Experimental Investigation on the Affects of ACTH and Cortical 
Steroids on the Histology ond Histochemistry of the Thymus In 
the Albino Rat. 

VENKATRAY GOVIND PRABHU, Pharmacology 

(B.S., University of Bombay, India; M.S., Ibid.) Dissertation: 
Tetanus Toxin and Skeletal Muscle. An Electrodiagnostic, Electro- 
myographic and Phormocologicol Study. 

SEWARD A. RIDLON, Pharmacology 

(A.B., University of New Hampshire; M.S., ibid.) Dissertation: 
Effects of Some Enzyme Inhibitors on the Threshold to Cortical 
Desynchronization by Reticular Formation Stimulation. 

DONALD D. ROBERTS, Chemistry 

(B.S., Jamestown College; M.S., Loyola University) Dissertation: 
Ring Size Effects in the Acetolysis of Neophyl-Like Arenesulfon- 
ates. 

VINCENT JOHN SAWINSKI, Biochemistry 

(B.S., Loyola University; A.M., Ibid.) Dissertation: An Equilibrium 
Dialysis Study of the Interaction of Proteins with Local 
Anesthetics. 

RECIPIENTS OF THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

MARY FRANCES HEALY 

(B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College; A.M., Loyola University) 
Dissertation: Critical Analysis of Ability Grouping in Selected 
Periodicals, 19)8-1960. 

REVEREND ANTHONY J. KURIALACHERRY 

(A.M., University of Notre Dome) Dissertation: The Financing of 
Private Education in Certain Democratic Countries. (A Comparative 
Study of the Systems in the United States, Canada, and Indio.) 

SISTER MAUREEN (O'KEEFE), S.S.N.D. 

(B.Ed., Viterbo College; M.Ed., College of St. Thomos) Dis- 
sertation: Mental Health Education for Religious Women. 

FRANK X. STEGGERT 

(B.S., Loyola University; A.M., Northwestern University) Dis- 
sertation: An Analysis of Some Personal and Executive 
Characteristics of Participants in a University Progrom of 
Executive Development for Federal Personnel. 



Recipients of the Degree of Master of Science 



John Edward Dalidowicz 
Alfred Joseph Forchione 
Alfred A. Levin 



Joseph Pollara Liberti 
Jon Alex Loboda 



Thomos Siegfried Meyer 
Donald J. Sharp 
Bernadette Eileen Ward 



Recipients of the Degree of Master of Arts 



Thomas Patrick Anderson 

Sister Mary Ann Patrice, O.P. 

Richard W. Baldes 

Diane Marilyn Bayer 

Robert Ralph Blair 

Barbara Jean Bowman 

Connor John Chambers, Jr. 

Sister Mary Charles, C.R. 

Sister Mary Christopher, C.S.J. 

Patricia Mary Chutka 

Julian Szynalik Dobrowolski 

Mary Louise Doherty 

Reverend Anthony A. D'Souza, S.J. 

Robert Joseph Dunn, S.J. 

Sister Edward Ann (Smorr), O.P. 

C. John Figure 

Patrick Daniel Flaherty 

Jeanne A. Flood 

Michael Edward Gallagher, S.J. 



Thomas J. Gillespie 
Giedre M. Griskenas 
Norman Edward Harland, S.J. 
Reverend Edward Hoene, S.J. 
Sister Honora (Remes), D.C. 
Sister Jean Charles (Birney), O.P. 
Sister Mary Joellen, C.S.A. 
Allan Froncis Kirk, S.J. 
Leo Bernard Lockomp, S.J. 
Reverend Joseph Callistus 
Sister Mary Marcella, S.C.C. 
Edmund Michael McClornon, S. J. 
Reverend John McMohon 
Carl Edward Meirose, S.J. 
Clement Henry Metzger, S.J. 
Reverend Charles John Motsko 
Reverend James Murdock 
Sister Mary Poulinus, B.V.M. 



Donold Joseph Rocky, Jr. 

Mildred Pauline Radocha 

Reverend Robert Reicher 

Peter Negre Rigol, S.J. 

Sister Mary Rita, C.S.J. 

Robert A. Roe 

Marion Louise Rummel 

Peter Russo 

Mary Ann Helen Schaefer 

Sister Mary Sharon, C.S.J. 

Jerome Charles Spellman 

William Anthony Stanmeyer, S.J. 

Joseph Reiner Sweeney, S.J. 

Sister Mary Thomas, S.C.C. 

Reverend Daniel David Tranel 

Zochorios Manuel Vorikomokil, S.J. 

Joseph Robert Weil 

Stanley Thomas Wisniewski, S.J. 

Mary Katherine Wright 



Recipients of the Degree of Master of Education 



Herbert F. Abramson 

Sister Mary Alocoque, C.S.S.F, 

Sister Alfred Marie, C.S.J. 

Sister Mary Amabilis, O.P. 

Sister Anna Barbara, S.L. 

Sister Anne Fonchea, C.S.J. 

Violet Marguerite Baker 

Joanne H. Bard 

Filomena Biores Borros 

Harold T. Berman 

Sister Mary Berth, B.V.M. 

Ernest Clark Billups 

Ursula Elizabeth Blank 

Kathryn E. Bonfield 

James Xavier Boyle 

Yetive Browne 

Mary Catherine Buckley 

Mary Josephine Bunish 

Beatrice M. Coron 

Reverend Stephen Shyong 

Beuloh Jeanetto Chervinko 

Anne Elizabeth Chiappetti 

Sister Mary Christetta, C.S.S.F. 

Reverend Thomas M. Cumiskey, O.P. 

Catherine Cunningham 

William Edward Davis 

Alfred Early Dollens 

Robert J. Donatelli 

Kurt J. Egelhaaf 



Sister M. Emildis, S.C.C. 

Jane Frances Feller 

Reverend Armand Framarin, P.S.S.C. 

Georgiona M. Gallagher 

Howard E. Geib 

Gloria Stanley Gibbs 

Carl A. Grant 

Mary Jane Gray 

Mary Ann Guerrieri 

Evelyn Louise Hortigon 

Veronica R. Henderson 

Elizabeth Louise Henry 

Vincent Joseph Heying 

Mabel Elizabeth Hinger 

Sister Mary Juda, O.P. 

Mable Kinard 

Mildred G. King 

William Frank Kipnis 

George N. Kollintzas 

Janet J. Koziol 

M. Marie LoFrinierre 

Rolphy Edward Lundgren 

Grace K. McCorron 

Margaret R. McGuire 

Robert A. Miller 

Frank Peter Modico 

Robert Herbert Moore 

Barry Leon Napshin 

John Francis O'Colloghan 



Mary Catherine O'Connell 

Casimir J. Pluto 

James Eugene Poet 

LaVerne Prodd 

Mojorie Ellen Rosmus 

Loretto Winifred Roy 

Sister M. Reparata, S.S.C. 

Geneva Nodine Pryce Richard 

Sister Mary Rose Therese, B.V.M. 

Sister Mary St. Theresa, B.V.M. 

George Anthony Savin 

Hy Savit 

Robert Eugene Schroer 

Frederick Anthony Schuster 

Corrine Dolores Schwartz 

Melvin Jon Sedlocek 

Lillian Bush Stodola 

Anne Kennard Swearingen 

Mogdalena Bermudes Toguba 

William Bernard Thiel 

James Michele Tortorelli 

Belen de la Poz Trinidad 

Anthony Charles Vasis, Jr. 

Reverend Donald Vernon 

Lilo Annette Vognono 

Patricia Alice Wagner 

Robert Edward Woldron 

Donald James Wenhart 

Martin H. Yochnin 

Florence Courtney Zvetina 



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INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 



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Mid-Year Convocation 
Candidates for Master of Social and Industrial Relations 

JOHN WILLIAM BEATY (A.B., St. Mary's College) 

JAMES JOSEPH BOULEY (B.S., Notre Dome University) 

JEROME GEORGE CHAPLIN (B.S., Marquette University) 

RICHARD C. COLVER (B.S., Universityof Illinois) 

WALTER RAYMOND CROSS (B.S.M.E., University of Colorodo) 

DONALD ALBERT ERICKSON (B.S., Northwestern University) 

LEE MICHAEL FORRES (A.B., Coe College) 

JOHN WILLIAM GRAY (B.S,, Lake Forest College) 

RICHARD C. COLVER (B.S., University of Illinois) 

ANTHONY LEO LAWLESS (B.S., University of Illinois) 

DONALD J. LEUCK (A.B., Lake Forrest College) 

JOSEPH J. MAPPILACHERRY (A.B., Madras University, India) 

VAL JOHN PURCHLA (B.S., De Paul University) 

JOHN F. ROBERTS (A.B., Valparaiso University) 

FRANCIS J. RUGG (A.B., Loros College) 

WALTER B. SIKORSKI (A.B., Roosevelt University) 

FRANCIS J. WILLIAMS (A.B., Loyola University) 



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JAMES E. ACKERMANN 
L.L.B. 



JACK D. ADAMS 
D.D.S. 



L. KENT ADAMS 
D.D.S. 



VITAS P. ALEKNA 
B.S. (N.S.) 




KATHRYN P. ALESIA 


JAMES G. ALEX 


JOSEPH J. AMATO 


PAUL R. AMIDEI 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


M.D. 


A.B. 





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B.S.N. 



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JUNE L. ANTONUCCI 
B.S. (S.S.) 




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THEODORE W. ANTOS 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



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JOSE ANZALOTTA 
M.D. 




ALBERT J. ARMONDA 
J.D. 



CAROL ASCHERL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



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JOSEPH ASTERINO 
D.D.S. 



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LEROY F. AUER 
B.S. (Hum.) 




FRANK J. AUGUSTYN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT AUSTIN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



RICHARD J. BAGINSKI 
D.D.S. 



MARY ANN BAMBERGER 
B.S. (ED.) 



Lorl Glatt, Larry Grady and Cecile Conrad show fresh- 
man oround the campus during Orientation Week. 





Lewis Towers imperialists annex a campus (from the city) for lawn lunches. 



JEANETTE M. BARAN 
B.S.N. 



FRANK J. BARNETT 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ALFREDA M. BARON 
B.S.N. 



VICTOR F. BARRESI 
D.D.S. 




FILOMENA B. BARROS 
B.S. (Ed.) 



PATRICK J. BARRY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



LEOTA C. BAST! EN 
B.S. (Ed.) 



MARGARET F. BAYNE 
B.S. (S.S.) 






BERNADINE E. BEDNARZ 
B.S. (S.S.) 



WAYNE BEACH 
D.D.S. 





HUGH G. BEGY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



MICHAEL A. BEDNARZ 
B.S. (Hum.) 



FRANK O. BELLINGER 
B.S. (N.S.) 



FRANK BELLIPANNI 
D.D.S. 



JOSEPH B. BERGMANN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



ALYCE BETTAG 
B.S. (S.S.) 





MARY ANN BICKEL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JOHN C. BILLIMACK 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



BERNARD J. BLAU 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



LASZLO J. BOESZE 
B.S. (Hum.) 





THADDEUS J. BOJANOWSKI 
J.D. 



BRUCE R. SOKE 
D.D.S. 



BRENDA D. BOKOR 

B.S.N. 



DOUGLAS G. BOLAN 
B.S. (N.S.) 




DONALD J, BONOMO 
D.D.S. 



MARY L. BOSSARTE 
B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM R. BRANDSTRADER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




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MARY E. BRANIGAN 
B.S.N. 



W. Daniel Conroyd (left) and the Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S. J. gratefully acknowledge the medicol endow- 
ments presented at the Stritch Dinner by John F. Smith, Jr. and Mrs. Julia D. Lewis. 





JAMES BRENNAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



RICHARD J. BRENNAN 
J.D. 



MARY T. BRESINGHAM 
B.S.N. 



KENNETH V. BRESLEY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





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DAVID S. BRESNAHAN 
D.D.S. 



JERE E. BROPHY 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN BROWN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



VINCENT R. BRYLKA, O.F.M. 
A.B. 




BARBARA J. BUBAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 




THOMAS A. BUETTNER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




ROBERT S. BURKE 
D.D.S. 




347 



MARY BURNS 
B.S. (S.S.) 




ALLEN J. BUSA 
B.S. (S.S.) 





MARY K. BUSSERT 
B.S.N. 




JAMES E. BUSH 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN A. BUZENAS 
D.D.S. 



RICHARD G. BYSINA 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ANTHONY C. CALABRESE 
B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT W. CALI 
M.D. 



ROBERT K. CAMPBELL 
J.D. 




JOHN CANNON 
J.D. 



WILLIAM E. CAPPAERT JACQUELINE M. CAREY THOMAS J. CAREY 

M.D. B.S. (Hum.) M.D. 





Lewis Towers intramural officials, Joe Tomaszewski, Jim Santo, and Bob Staskiewicz congratulate Jack Con- 
ley, athletic chairman of Delta Sigma Pi, fraternity winner of the intramurol sweepstakes. 



JOHN L. CARROLL 
M.D. 



RICHARD J. CARROLL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



THOMAS J. CARROLL 
D.D.S. 



MICHAEL G. CASSERLY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




CHARLES F. CAULFIELD 
J.D. 



JOHN R. CRISHOLM 
D.D.S. 



JEROME M. CHUMAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS G. CHURCH 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 






RONALD S. CINCINELLI 
B.S. (Hum.) 



SAM J. CIPOLLA 
B.S. (N.S.) 



STANLEY H. CLAWSON 
D.D.S. 



MICHAEL D. COFFEY 
B.S. (N.S.) 




EDWARD M. COLBACH, JR. 
B.S. (S.S.) 



RICHARD J. COLLINS 
D.D.S. 



SUE COLLINS 
B.S. (Ed.) 



THOMAS A. COLLINS 
D.D.S. 





MARY BETH CONDON 
B.S. (Hum.) 





DANIEL R. CONSIDINE 
M.D. 



ERNARD P. COMENDULEY 
B.S. (S.S.) 



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EDWARD J. CONLEY 
M.D. 




ELBERT D. COOK 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



PATRICIA M. CORDAN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOAN C. COSCIONI 
B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS M. CHRISHAM 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JOHN CRNOKRAK 
B.S. (S.S.) 



DONALD H. CROKER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



WILMA E. CRUZ 
B.S. (N.S.) 



MARY LEE CULLEN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



This too shall pass away. 





Loyola's Ramblerettes head the cavalcade preluding Pow-Wow weekend festivities. 



PETER R. CUNNINGHAM 
D.D.S. 



THOMAS J. CUROE 
J.D. 



KATHRYN A. CUTLER 
B.S.N. 



ANTHONY CUVA 
M.D. 




JOANNE J. CWIKLA 
B.S.N. 



JOHN R. DAMM 
M.D. 



KARL A. DASH 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



RICHARD C. DAVID 
A.B. 






RICHARD I. DELO 
D.D.S. 



ETHEL M. DEAN 




B.S. (Ed.) 




ERRENCE L. DENMAN 


THOMAS E. DENNINGTON 


B.S. (N.S.) 


D.D.S. 






JAMES L. DEMETRY 
D.D.S. 



RICHARD J. DE LUCA 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN L. DENTZER 
J.D. 



ALEX E. DE STEFANO 
D.D.S. 




ESTHER C. DESZCZ 
B.S.N. 



THOMAS C. DE VITO 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ANDREW L. DIGATE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JOHN DILLON 
B.S. (Hum.) 





DONALD P. Dl PRIMA 
B.S. (S.S.) 



MELINDA R. DOMAN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



DONALD J. DOMBROWSKI 
M.D. 



DAVID L. DONAHUE 
B.S. (S.S.) 




EDWARD M. DONAHUE 
B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM J. DONEGAN 
M.D. 



DANIEL R. DORES 
B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALD L. DORF 
J.D. 



Modeling Loyola's fashions for Freshmen during Orientotion Week are: Monica Kozak, Joyce Chromicz, Mau- 
reen McMahon, Noel Condice, Judy Duda, Joan Vaccoro, Deon of Women; Pat Sullivan, Marion Amidie, 
Carrie Dovichi, Sue Dupre, and Rachel Riley. 





CAROLYN Y. DOVICHI 
B.S. (Ed.) 



CAROLYN E. DOW 
B.S.N. 



THOMAS J. DOWLING 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ALAN A. DRAZEK 
B.S. (Hum.) 




ROGER E. DRESS 
J.D. 



JOHN J. DRYNAN 
M.D. 



JOAN DUFFY 
B.S. (Ed.) 



GERALD D. DUMKE 
D.D.S. 




MICHAEL P. DUNCAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 




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PATRICK E. DWYER 
B.S. (S.S.) 




DIANE A. DYBAS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



RICHARD DYKOWSKI 
B.S. (Hum.) 




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ROBERT J. ECKERT 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





JAMES J. EGAN, JR. 
J.D. 




GREGORY T. ECKSTEIN 
M.D. 



TROY G. EHLERT 
B.S.N. 



DOMINIC J. FABBRI 
B.S. (Hum.) 



DENNIS A. FAITH 
D.D.S. 



ALICE R. FARRELL 
B.S. (Ed.) 



LAWRENCE J. FARRELLY, C.i 
A.B. 




KENNETH J. FEDORKA 


ZENIA FEDOROVICS 


MICHAEL B. FEINBERG 


KENNETH P. FEIT 


B.S. (Hum.) 


A.B. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Hum.) 





Lt. Col. Matthew Giuffre and Capt. John Gogin look on as the Very Rev, Jomes Maguire, S.J., presents the 
Loyola Consuler Medallion to Felix Standaert, Belgian Consul General, at the Military Ball. 



JGENE M. FINNEGAN, O.S.M. 
A.B. 



STEVEN A. FISHBEIN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



CECILIA A. FITZGERALD 
B.S. (Ed.) 



MATTHEW N. FLANAGAN 
M.D. 




JOHN E. FLYNN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN F. FOLEY 
D.D.S. 



ERNEST S. FOLLICO 
D.D.S. 



JEANNE M. FONTANA 
B.S. (Hum.) 






KEREEN R. FORSTER 
B.S.N. 



ROBERT M. FOYS 
B.S. (Hum.) 



CARL B. FREEDMAN 
D.D.S, 



GARY D. FRIEDMAN 
J.D. 




BERT GALL, JR. 
D.D.S. 



DAVID D. GALLEGOS 
A.B. 



MICHAEL V. GARVEY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



LAWRENCE T. GARVIN 
M.D. 





ELEANOR GEIGER 
B.S. (Ed.) 




MICHAEL S. GAVIN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



358 



GERALD LEE GELLERMAN 
M.D. 




RAYMOND J. GENUS 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




LARRY GERBER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JOHN P. GIANOLI 
B.S. (Hum.) 



MARGARET C. GIBBONS 
B.S.N. 



MARY F. GILL 
B.S. (Ed.) 




EDWARD D. GIVINS 


HANNELORE 1. GLATT DANIEL R. GLYNN 


BEVERLY R. GOINS 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (S.S.) B.S, (B.Ad.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 




Anatomy of a leoky roof. 







In the shadow of their mediaeval turret, LT students are oblivious of Saracen attack. 



KENNETH R. GOLJAN 
D.D.S. 



JOSEPH GORECKI 
B.S. (N.S.) 



LAWRENCE A. GRADY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



BRUCE G. GRANATH 
D.D.S. 





FREDERICK R. GREEN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



RONALD S. GREEN 
M.D. 



LEONARD M. GREETIS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



NORMAN A. GREISEN 
D.D.S. 





JOHN E. GRIMES 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




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FRANK J. GUARINO 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 






NORMA B. GUTIERREZ 
M.D. 



ANDREW F. GUSCHWAN 
M.D. 



PHILLIP A. GUZIK 
B.S. (Hum.) 



WARREN A. HALL 
B.S. (N.S.) 



HAROLD L. HAMMOND 
D.D.S. 



JAMES P. HANDY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




WALTER S. HANSON 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



CLAIRE L. HARDMAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM A. HARPER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JAMES F. HARRIS 
B.S. (Hum.) 





NEIL F. HARTIGAN 
J.D. 



WILLIAM M. HASTINGS 
B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS G. HAUFF 
D.D.S. 



KATHLEEN M. HAWKINS 
B.S.N. 




MARY ELLEN HAYES 
B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY D. HEFFERNAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



DONALD J. HEINZEL 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN F. HENEK 
B.S. (S.S.) 



University College S.A.M. members meet to discuss annual banquet and swimming porty. Standing: Robert 
McCulla, James Jacobs, Charles Frueke, Leonard Wontuchowicz, James Muench, Gilbert Reynolds, and John 
Ruiz. Seated: Thomas Moffat, Barbara Ahlgren, Joseph Wcislo, Kenneth Anderson, and Patricio Marz. 





WILLIAM J. HESSEL 


GERALD L. HIGGINS 


CATHERINE A. HODOUS 


DOLORES HOLMES 


B.S. (N.S.) 


M.D. 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 




HENRY M. HOLMES 


FRANK J. HONIG 


MARY ANN HOPKINSON 


JOANNA M. HOSTENY 


M.D. 


D.D.S. 


B.S.N. 


B.S. (Hum.) 




GEORGE HOSTERT 
B.S. (S.S.) 




BARBARA A. HUESER 
B.S. (Ed.) 



AGNES M. HOULIHAN 
B.S.N. 




363 




EUGENE A. HUFFINE 
B.S. (Hum.) 





THOMAS C. HYNES 
J.D. 




ROBERT A. HYNDIUK 
M.D. 



RICHARD F. ICHNIOWSK 
M.D. 



DOMINIC P. INGRANDO 
B.S. (N.S.) 



PATRICIA L. JAGLARSKI 
B.S. (N.S.) 



BENJAMIN A. JAGODZINSKI 
M.D. 



DONALD E. JAKALSKI 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





RUTH M. JAMES 
B.S.N. 



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HENRY T. JANKA 
A.B. 



KENNETH JANOWIAK 
B.S. (N.S.) 



MARTIN A. JEFFERS 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





VICTOR J. JENDRAS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



Vive la Revolution! 



SANDRA J. JERZ 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JACK T. JOHNS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



JOSEPH F. JOHNSON 
L.L.B. 




RANKLIN O. JORGENSEN 
D.D.S. 



MELVIN J. KAMM 
J.D. 



STANLEY KANTOR 
D.D.S. 



PAUL E. KASPER 
B.S. (S.S.) 






CHRISTINE KAUB 


ROGER S. KEARNEY 


DONNA M. KELLEY 


JOHN J. KELLY 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (B.Ad.) 


B.S.N. 


D.D.S. 




MICHAEL J. 


KELLY 


PATRICIA R. KELLY 


ROBERT A. KENDALL 


SHARON R. KERRIGAN 


A.B. 




B.S.N. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Ed.) 





KATHLEEN KILEY 
B.S. (Ed.) 




LAWRENCE C. KERSTEN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JAMES H. KIRBY 
B.S. (Hum.) 




FARRELL W. KIRK 
D.D.S. 



366 




JOSEPH E. KIZIOR 
D.D.S. 



LEE R. KOCHENDERFER 
D.D.S. 



WILLIAM R. KOHLER 
D.D.S. 



JUDITH A. KOSLOSKUS 
B.S.N. 




JOHN J. KOTTRA 


BRIAN G. KOUKOL 


MARY E. KOVAC 


MONICA KOZAK 


B.S. (M.S.) 


D.D.S. 


B.S.N. 


B.S. (Ed.) 



Members of the Coed Club and their dotes gather for the photographer at the Mistletoe Magic Dance. Stand- 
ing: Tom Brettschnieder, Beaulynn Sullens, Dick Rose, Julianna Fish, Frank Monohon, Marge Procyk, Phil 
Carroll. Seated: John Dirken, Joanne Phillips, John Kramer, Lynn Mitchell, Edwina Krol, Lenore Quinn, and 
Bill Connell. 





Demonstrating the balanced physical education program at Loyolo, Edwina Krol, Chris Vallee, and Mary 
Ellen Robb seek the support of Bill Franke, Warren Hall, and Joe Collenko. 



JOHN W. KRAMER 
M.D. 



GEORGE E. KRIPPNER 
J.D. 



JOHN KROGER 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN F. KRONER, JR. 
M.D. 




EUGENE M. KUHL 
M.D. 



DONALD W. KUNATH 
B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS J. KUNHART 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



GEORGE S. KURATA 
D.D.S. 





OBERT W. LA MASTRO 
M.D. 





ALLEN J, LAREN 
B.S. 'S.S.) 



LORRAINE D. LANG 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ALAN G. LAUTER 
D.D.S. 



MARY ESTHER LAVERTY 
B.S. (Ed.) 



ARLENE A LAVRINOVICH 
B.S.N. 




JUDITH A LE FEVOUR 
B.S. (Ed.) 




JLIUS M. LELESI, O.S.M. 
A.B. 



NORMAN G. LELLENBERG 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JOHN R. LE MIRE 
M.D. 






WILLIAM A. LE MIRE 
M.D. 



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PHYLLIS A. LESKI 


MONTE LEVITT 


THEODORA L. LIPNISKI 


FRED B. LIPOVITCH 


B.S. (Ed.) 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


M.D. 




RY K. LOESS 


PEGGY M. LOGUE 


LAWRENCE G. LUBERTOZZI 


ROBERT J. LUNEBERG 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S.N. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 



Dorothy Zaie ond Phil Johnson stroll across the Winter Wonderland of Loyola's compus. 





MARY JO LUSCHEK 


STEPHEN B. LUZBETAK 


RAYMOND P. LYNCH 


JOHN M. LYONS 


B.S. (Ed.) 


J.D, 


M.D. 


B.S. (N.S.) 




WILLIAM MAASTRICHT 
D.D.S. 



CHARLES J. McAllister 

B.S. (B.Ad.) 



BONNIE L. McCarthy 

B.S.N. 



EDWARD J. McDERMOTT 
B.S. (S.S.) 




JOHN L. Mcdonald, jr. 

M.D. 




THOMAS F. McFARLAND 
B.S. (S.S.) 




PATRICK J. McGUAN 
J.D. 




371 



PHILIP J. McGUIRE 
J.D. 




FRANK A.MACIAS 
D.D.S. 





WILLIAM J. MclNERNY 
B.S. (N.S.) 



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MICHAEL L. MACIEJEWSKI 
B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT M. MclNTYRE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ANTHONY McKENNA 
D.D.S. 



EUGENE F. McMAHON 
J.D. 



JOHN V. MADONIA 
D.D.S. 



PETER E. MAGINE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




KAREN L. MAJOR 


MICHAEL MALEC 


THOMAS MALONEY 


JACK F. MARINO 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 





Lewis Towers undergoes a mechanical transfusion os Quigley nervously awaits the delivery. 



JUDITH L. MAROLEWSKI 
A.B. 



KATHERINE A. MARQUIS 
B.S.N. 




KEVIN T. MARTIN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



LORETTA K. MARTIN 
B.S. (Ed.) 



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MARY C. MARTIN 
A.B. 



MAUREEN T. MARTIN 
B.S.N. 



BR. MICHAEL MASI 
A.B. 




TIMOTHY J. MATERER 
B.S. (Hum.) 





JAMES J. MATOUSEK 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



GREGORY J. MATZ 
M.D. 



JOSEPH J. MAZZA 
M.D. 



THOMAS P. MEIRINK 
M.D. 




BEATRICE E. MEKO 
B.S.N. 



R. E. MELLICAN 
A.B. 



MARY LOU MENINI 
B.S. (Ed.) 



WILLIAM B. MERRILL 
B.S. (S.S.) 




ELLEN I. MILLER 
B.S. (Hum.) 




EUGENE J. MINALTOSKI 
D.D.S. 




BARBARA A. MIREK 
B.S. (Ed.) 



374 




DANIEL V. MIROBALLI 


NANCY MISASI 


ROBERT F. MISIEWICZ 


WILLIAM V. MOLLIHAN 


B.S. (B.Ad.) 


B.S. (Ed.) 


D.D.S. 


M.D. 




FRANK J. MONAHAN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JOYCE G. MORETH 
B.S. (Hum.) 



RAYMOND M. MORRISROE 
B.S. (Hum.) 



CHARLES P. MORROW 
M.D. 



Members of the Loyola Varsity Team, Jim Reardon, Ron Miller, Jerry Harkness, end Mike Gavin apathetically 
watch Co-Captain John Crnokrak exhort crowd at Pow-Wow pep rally. 





Highlighting the Loyola Hall's social season was the dance at the Illinois Athletic Club during the first 
semester. 



JOHN MULCRONE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



THOMAS V. MULLAN 
D.D.S. 



JAMES E. MULLEN 
M.D. 



ROBERT E. MULLENBACH 
B.S. (S.S.) 




JEANNE A. MULLOOLY 
B.S. (Hum.) 



PATRICIA D. MULVIHILL 
B.S.N. 



JAMES MURRAY 
B.S. (Hum.) 



VINCENT A. MUSCARELL/* 
M.D. 






ZACHARIAS MYLONAS 
J.D. 



MARY MUSKUS 
B.S.N. 



DONALD R. NAUYOKAS 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




NORBERT S. NAGY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



EDWARD H. NEIRA 
M.D. 



ELDON J. NELSON 
D.D.S. 



THOMAS D, NELSON 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



WILLIAM R. NICO 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





ROBERT J. NIELSEN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



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ji^iiii 




MICHAEL J. NAUGHTON 
A.B. 



JAMES E. NELSON 
D.D.S. 




THOMAS J. NIETUPSKI 
D.D.S. 





JOHN T. NORRIS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



LEONARD J. NOVOTNY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



RAYMOND P. NOWAK 
D.D.S, 



RONALD A. NOWAK 
B.S. (Hum.) 




RICHARD E. OBERUC 
B.S. (S.S.) 



ARLENE M. O'BRIEN 
B.S.N. 



BARBARA J. O'BRIEN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JAMES P. O'BRIEN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



As the jaws of the elevator close, Bert the LT operator exchanges quips with his captive audience. 





MATTHEW W. O'BRIEN 
A.B. 



EILEEN A. O'CONNOR 
B.S. (Hum.) 



RONALD L. OHLHABER 
B.S. (N.S.) 



JANICE M. OLECH 
B.S. (S.S.) 




LAWRENCE D. OLSZEWSKI 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JAMES R. O'MALLEY 
M.D. 



ROBERT O'MALLEY 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



DAVID W. O'NEILL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JOSEPH M. O'NEILL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




NICHOLAS T. O'NEILL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




ROBERT J. O'TOOLE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




379 



DIANA PALLASCH 

B.S. (Hum.) 




I 

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BARBARA M. PANKOS 
B.S. (N.S.) 





CHARLES G. PARISH 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




MARTINA M. PANOZZO 
B.S. (N.S.) 



JAMES PAPPAS 
B.S. (Hum.) 



PETER A. PAPPAS 
D.D.S. 



THEA P. PARKER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CARMELA L. PARTIPILO 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES PASTER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




PAUL PATTERSON 
B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS H. PATTERSON, 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOANNA PAWLAK 
B.S. (Ed.) 



LINNUS S. PECAUT, C.S.V 
A.B. 





Education faculty member, Miss Rosemary Donateili (left), checl<s Karen Major's sociol study progress. 



ALBERT J. PETRULIS 
D.D.S. 



JOHN E. PHILBIN 
J.D. 



MARY G. PIERCE 
B.S. (S.S.) 



VINCENT T. PILLAR! 
M.D. 




JOHN A. PISORS, C.S.V. 
I A.B. 



LEONARD W. PISZKIEWICZ 
B.S. (N.S.) 



DONALD F. PLACEK 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



VINCENT P. PLANTHARA 
B.S. (Ed.) 






MARY L. PODUSKA 
B.S.N. 



RAYMOND A. PODWIKA 
D.D.S. 



JOANN W. POSCH 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



KENNETH A. POTOCKI 
B.S. (N.S.) 




ROMUALDAS POVILAITIS 


WILLIAM R. POWELL 


MATTHEW J. POZESKY 


JOSEPH F. PRIBYL 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (N.S.) 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (N.S.) 





CATHERINE J. QUIRK 
A.B. 




LENORE M. QUINN 
B.S. (Hum.) 



LAWRENCE S. RACINE 
B.S. (N.S.) 




DANIEL J. RADOCHA 
J.D. 



382 




ROCHELLE Y. RANDOLPH 


PATRICIA A. RANIERE 


JOHN P. RAPPEL 


JAMES J. RASCHER 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (B.Ad.) 


M.D. 




MARIAN G. REED 
B.S.N. 



MARION L. REINHOLD 
D.D.S. 



JOHN P. RENFREE 
MD. 



DOLORES A. RESCH 

A.B. 



Curtain Guild rehearses their workshop play, "Death of a Salesman. 





This lovely Grecian maiden suffers the fate of Gulliver while LT boys admire their new conquest. 



FRANK R. REYNOLDS 
J.D. 



DONALD V. RIDGE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ROBERT RIEDEL 
B.S. (S.S.) 



GEORGE C. RILEY 
B.S. (N.S.) 




RACHEL L. RILEY 
B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT J. RIVAN 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT J. ROACH 
B.S. (S.S.) 



ANN E. ROEHRICH 
B.S. (N.S.) 





RICHARD M. ROGAN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JEROME S. ROTH 
B.S. (N.S.) 





DANIEL J. RYAN 
A.B. 



RICHARD J. ROTUNNO 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JUDITH L. RYAN 
B.S.N. 



JOHN D. SALETTA 
M.D. 



RICHARD L. SALIK 
B.S- (S.S.) 



GERALD R. SALOTTI 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JAMES M. SAMMONS 
J.D. 



JAMES V. SANTO, JR. 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



JOAN L. SBARBARO 
B.S. (Ed.) 



JOHN J. SCANLON 
B.S. (Hum.) 







PATRICK J, SCANLON 


THOMAS G. SCHACKMUTH 


JOHN H. SCHEID 


WILLIAM M. SCHEPEF 


M.D. 


B.S. (S.S ) 


J.D. 


D.D.S. 





JOAN D. SCHMID 
B.S.N. 



LAMBERT C. SCHMID 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ERWIN J. SCHMIDT 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



WILLIAM R. SCHMIDl 
A.B. 



First nighters at Andersonville Trial receive their programs. 





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DONALD J. SCHMH 
B.S. (S.S.) 




OLIVE SCHNEIDER 
B.S.N. 



ALICE SCHOLL 
B.S.N. 



FRANK E. SCHOOLEY, C.S.V. 
A.B. 




HERBERT P. SCHRAGER 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES J. SCHUMANN 
J.D. 



DONALD L. SCORALLE 
D.D.S. 



JOSEPH SCULLY 
B.S. (S.S.) 




DUANE A. SEBAHAR 
M.D. 




MARY K. SELKE 
B.S. (Hum.) 




JOHN C. SELNER 
M.D. 







387 



WILLIAM B. SENICA 
B.S. (N.S.) 




STEPHEN J. SEPER 
B.S. (Hum.) 




1 






ANN M. SHANNON 






B.S. (S.S.) 




TIMOTHY M. SIEBERT 


ELEANOR J. SIGBORN 


DOROTHY SIMUNEK 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 



PAUL S, SIEBERT 
B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN H. SINCLAIR 
D.D.S. 





DONNA M. SIUDA 
B.S. (Ed.) 



DIANE M. SMALL 
B.S. (Hum.) 



LEE C. SMALL 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ERWIN R. SMITH 
D.D.S. 





At the Coed Club Freshman Welcome Tea are seen, Standing: Sally Powers, Jane Flanagan, 
Bernie O'Malley, Rita Hayes, and Mary Ellen Mahoney. Seated: Carol Homer, Peggy Geffinger, 
Erin Clifford, Karen Horan, Jan Aumuller, Susan Murray, Dee On Fiedor, Nancy Hopkins, 
Dale Crot, Ellen Brusky, and Joan Trilla. 



NORMAN D. SMITH 
D.D.S. 



SANDRA L. SMITH 
B.S. (Ed.) 



LILLIAN R. SMRHA 
B.S. (Ed.) 



CHARLES A. SNYDER 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





BONITA A. SOLZAK 


LOUIS E. SOSCIA 


DIANE G. SPELLMAN 


PASQUALE SPILOTRO 


B.S. (Hum.) 


M.D. 


B.S. (N.S.) 


D.D.S. 





DENNIS G. SPIREK 
B.S. (S.S.) 



GERALD H. SPIREK 
M.D. 



LADISLAUS M. STANISLAWSKI 
A.B. 



GEORGE P. STARE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





ROBERT C. STEERE 
D.D.S. 



EDWARD F. STERNEN 
M.D. 



PATRICIA STEVENSON 
B.S. (Hum.) 



RICHARD STREMSKI 
B.S. (Hum.) 



1<5» «S 1^1 





THEODORE R. SUDINSKY 
D.D.S. 





THOMAS F. STUMPF 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



390 



FRANCIS A. SULLIVAN 
A.B. 



WILLIAM SULLIVAN 
A.B. 






WILLIAM T. SULLIVAN 
M.D. 



KATHLEEN SURMA 
B.S. (N.S.) 



BARBARA J. SVETE 
B.S. (S.S.) 



MARGUERITE A. SWARTZ 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 





HOWARD E. SWEENEY, JR. 
M.D. 



GERARD A. SWICK 

B S (B Ad ) 



NANCY C SWIETON 
B.S.N. 



DAVID SWINEHART 
B.S. (Hum.) 



Candidates for the "Knight of Kappa," Dan Yukich, Mike Donahue, Dan Kotek, Terry Robin- 
son, Ken Hennig, Bill Gardiner, Jim Gardner, and Mike Lynch reach for trophy held by 
Monica Kozok, president of Kappa Beta Gamma Sorority. 





The Senior Class Party was festlv3 for all: Missy Covender, Bob Mullenbock, Tom O'Brien, 
Tony Digate, Bob Makazarek, Bill Quinlon, Sue Collins, Mary Mortin, Dorothy Simunek, 
Cathy Hodous, and Mary Kottner. 



ANDREW W. SYMANSKI 
B.S. (S.S.) 



RONALD F. SYMUSIAK 
B.S. (N.S.) 



ALAN M. SYSLO, C.S.V. 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



VIRGINIA A. SZIGETI 
B.S. (Ed.) 




ALLEN I. TALLMAN 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



MARY T. TAMBURRINO 
B.S. (Ed.) 



RICHARD J. TANNYHILL 
D.D.S. 



GERALD A. TARSITANC 
D.D.S. 





MARIE T. TATE 
B.S. (Hum.) 





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CHARLES A. TAVARES 
D.D.S. 



di 



HERBERT J. THEISEN 
B.S. (N.S.) 



Md 



JOAN M. TENGBLAD 
B.S.N. 



ROBERT THOMAS 
B.S. (N.S.) 



CHARLES E. THORNE 
D.D.S. 



RICHARD TOMASZEWSKI 
A.B. 



JAY C. TONNE 
B.S. (N.S.) 




JOHN F. TOOLE 
B.S. (Hum.) 



JOAN B. TRANDEL 
B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS E, TRAVERS 
B.S. (S.S.) 



BELEN P. TRINIDAD 
M. Ed. 





THOMAS N. TUCKER 
D.D.S. 



EGON A. TULKE 
D.D.S. 



JOSEPH P. TUOHY 
J.D. 



MARILYN C. UHLEY 
B.S. (S.S.) 




CONRAD J. ULZ 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



J. KENNETH VAHRENHOLD 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



GEORGE O. VAN VERST 
D.D.S. 



JOHN VAN WIEL 
B.S. (N.S.) 



"Yes Surrey, Victory" was the title of Theta Phi Alpho's Float entry in the Pow-Wow float 
parade. 




^issoES£^i:)?ii;TnRY 



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ROSS E. VARGO 
D.D.S. 



JEFFERY VERTENTEN 
B.S. (S.S.) 




GERALD VERWEY 
B.S. (S.S.) 



JOSEPH A. VIRZI 
M.D. 




ROSEANNE E. VITULLO 
M.D. 



ROBERT J. VOGEL, OS.M. 
A.B. 



DENNIS WALDECK 
J.D. 



JEROME R. WALKER 
M.D. 




ROGER W. WALKER 
B.S. (S.S.) 





JOHN J. WARD 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ROBERT L. WALL 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




395 



LORETTA WASMUND 
B.S. (Hum.) 




EDWIN S. WATTS 
M.D. 



GEORGE E. WEHRLE 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



ROBERT L. WENGER, JR. 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 




JOHN N. WESTMEYER, C.S.V. 
A.B. 



BRIAN WHALEN 
B.S. (S.S.) 



GEORGE E. WIEMEIER 
B.S. (S.S.) 




ROBERT J. WILKUS 
M.D. 





EDWARD A, WOJCIK 
M.D. 



JOHN N. WILTRAKIS 
B.S. (S.S.) 




396 



ROBERT N. WOODALL 
D.D.S. 




4ADDEUS S. WYROSKI 
J.D. 



MARY LYNN WYSOCKI 
B.S. (Ed.) 



EMERICK T. YURKOVICH 
B.S. (B.Ad.) 



WILLIAM T. ZALESKI 
B.S. (Hum.) 




OBERT J. ZAMARIN 


JOHN ZEITZ 


RITA D. ZIEMBA 


ROBERT M. ZIVKOVIC 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (N.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 


A.B. 



Students look on apprehensively as the Ramblers strike up another victory. 




GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



ALEX, JAMES G. 
8158 S. Wrnchester 
Chicago, Ill- 
Delta Sigmo Pi 1,2,3,4; Blue Key 3,4; 
Pi Comma Mu 3,4; Arts Council 3, Jr, 
Class Vice-Pres. 3; Poll, Sc, Soc, 3, Pres. 

3 Voriety Show 3, Assf. Prod. 3; UNDER- 
GRAD 3, Co-Ed, 3, Mod. Long. Club 2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3; LT Intra. 1,2; Loyola Men 
3; Debate Soc. 3, Human Rel. Club 3,4; 
Hist. Soc. 2,3; Econ-Fin, Soc. 2,3, Mark. 
Club 2,3; Ace Club 2,3; Psyc. Research 
Soc. 2,3, Fair Com 1,2, SAM. 3, Pi 
Delto Epsilon 3,4, SAL. 2,3,4. 

ANSTETT, DIANE J. 

R R. No. 1 

Eorl Park, Ind. 

Alpho Tou Delto 2,3,4; Pow Wow 3, 

Floot Com. 3; IFC Sing 4; SNA. I. 1,2,3, 

4 Dorm Council 2, Sec. 2. Cheerleader 
2,'3; Fair 2; SAL. 2,3,4. 

ANTONUCCI, JUNE L 
1618 N 73rd Ave 
Elmwood Park, III 
Koppo Beta Gomma 1,2,3,4, Rec. 4, Coed 
Club 1,2,3,4, Mod Lang. Club 1,2, YD's 
3 Curtain Guild 4; Human Rel Club 2,3; 
Voriety Show 3; IFC Sing 4, SAL 1,2,3, 
4. 

ANTOS, THEODORE W 

6052 N. Leader 

Chicago, III 

Beta Alpho Psi 4, Ace Club 1,2 

AUGUSTYN, FRANK J 

2713' N. Rutherford 

Chicogo, III 

Hist. Soc 2,3,4, Pres 4; Poll, Sc, Soc 

3,4, Sec, 3, LOYOLAN 4, Copy Ed, 4, 

AUSTIN, ROBERT P, 

6551 N. Sheridon 

Chicago, III 

Fine Arts Club 1,4; Mod Lang Club 3,4. 

BAMBERGER, MARY ANN 

10333 5. Avers Ave 

Chicago, III. 

Koppo Beta Gomme 1,2,3,4, Hist 3; 

Voriety Show 3; Hist Soc 1,2,3; Coed 

Club 1,2, SAL 1,2,3,4. 

BARNETT, FRANK J. 

3712 N Oriole 

Chicago, III 

Young Democrats 3,4 

AMIDEI, PAUL 
928 W. Argyle St 
Chicago, III 
Tou Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Content Chair- 
man 2; CADENCE 3,4, Ed, 3,4; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 4; Fine Arts Club 2; LOYOLA 
NEWS I, Variety Show 3,4, Stage Crew 
3,4, 

BARON, ALFREDA M 

1340 W 52nd St 

Chicogo, III 

Alpho Tau Delta 2,3,4; SNAI 1.2,3,4, 

Amer Chem Soc 1; Coed Club 1,2,3, 

BARON, JEANETTE 

5343 S, Harper 

Chicago, III, 

SNAI 1,2,3,4; Coed Club 2,3; Loyola 

Women 3; Hist, Soc, 1; World Federalists 

3,4; Pow Wow 3,4, Float Com 3.4 

BASTIEN, LEOTA C 

5538 N Winthrop 

Chicogo, III, 

Pi Gamma Mu 4, Fine Arts Club 3, Hist 

Soc, 3. 



BAYNE, MARGARET F 

5441 S Homon Ave 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 3; Poll. Sc. Soc. 4. 



BEACH, WAYNE W. 
2924 N. Clybourn 
Chicago, III, 
Closs Officer 1,2,3,4, Treos 1,2,3,4; Xi 
Psi Phi 3, Treos 3, Student Council Rep 
4; St Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4; 5 A DA 
1,2,3,4 

BEDNARZ, BERNADINE E. 

6400 S Kolin Ave 

Chicago, 111. 

Koppo Beta Gommo 3,4, Pi Gamma Mu 

4; Coed Club 2, Human Rel Club 4, Hist 

Soc. 3, Curtain Guild 3. 

BEDNARZ, MICHAEL A. 
1840 W. 58th St. 
Chicago, III. 
Hist Soc 1,2; Fine Arts Club 2,4, Mod 
Long Club 3, Gerord Monley Hopkins 
Society 4, Phi Sigma Tau 3,4, LOYOLAN 
4; CADENCE 4 

BELLIPANNI, FRANK P. 

3051 N. Neva Ave. 

Chicago, III 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4, Dent School 

Choir I. 

BERGMANN, JOSEPH B. 

1919 E 86th St 

Chicago, III 

BIANUCCI, ALFRED P. 
524 5 Beloit Ave 
Forest Pork, III 
Student Bar Association 1,2,3,4 

BICKEL, MARY ANN 

1038 St Joe Blvd 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Dorm Council 2,3, Vice-Pres 2, Pres 3, 

Ace Club 4, Coed Club 1, Variety Show 

4, SAL. 4. 

BILLIMACK, JOHN C. 
2115 Fir St. 
Glenview, III 
Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4, Sec 3, Pres 4, 
Pow Wow 2. Chairman 2, Blue Key 3,4, 
Mark. Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; Econ-Fin 
Soc. 2,3; Inter-Frot. Council 4, SAL. 
2,3, Boord of Governors 2,3 

BLAU, BERNARD J 

103 Riverside Pkwy 
Ft. Thomas, Ky 
Tau Koppa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Sergeont-at- 
Arms 2; Blue Key 3,4, Vorsity Swimming 
Team 1,2,3,4, Most Voluoble Swimmer 2, 
Copt 4, LOYOLA NEWS 2,3.4, Sports Ed 
2,3; LOYOLAN 2,3,4, Sports Ed 3, ENO- 
SIS 3, Managing Ed 3, Asst Athletic Pub 
Dir 3,4, Lake Shore Intro Manager 4, 
Inter-Frot Council Intra, Board 3, Vice- 
Choirman 3, Lake Shore Intro, 1,2.3,4, 
Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Leadership Award 3, 
4, University Weekend 3, Donee Com 3, 
Bs. Ad Senior Gift Fund Com 4, Pow 
Wow 4, Dance Com. 4, Bs. Ad. Council 
4; Ace Club 1; SAM 2; Mork. Club 3, 
News Ed. 3, Econ-Fin Club 4, Monogram 
Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres 4, WHO'S 
WHO 4. 



BOESZE. LAZLO J 

3529 N. Cloremont 
Chicogo, III- 
Sigmo Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Sergeont-at- 
Arms 4; AUSA 4, Drill Team 1,2,3,4, 
Fine Arts Club 2; Hist. Soc 4, Mod Long 
Club 3,4; CADENCE 4; INQUIRY 3,4 

BOJANOWSKI, THADDEUS J 

731 1 W. 62nd St 

Summit, III. 

Student Bar Associotion 1,2,3.4 

BOKOR, BRENDA 

2121 Pierce St 

Flint, Mich 

Hist. Soc. 2; Delta Zeto Chi 3, Coed Club 

2,3,4; SNAI 1,2,3,4. 



BOSSARTE, MARY L. 
923 Edgehill 
Jacksonville, Ill- 
Dorm Council 4; Variety show 3. 

BRANIGAN, MARY E. 
5735 Aberdeen 
Chicago, III 
SNAI 1,2,3,4, Nursing Council 2; Class 
Officer 2, Sec, 2; Coed Club 1,2,3, Vori- 
ety Show 1,3,4; Fair 2; Fresh. Orien. 2; 
LOYOLAN 3, Nurs. Senior Gift Fund 4, 
Co-Choirman 4; Pow Wow 2,3,4, Float 
Com. 2,3,4, Senior Recruitment Tea Com. 
2,3,4. 



BRENNAN, JAMES J. 
5748 N Campbell 

Chicago, III. 
Psychology Club 3,4. 

BRENNAN, JEROME T. 

10510 S. Perry 

Chicago, III. 

RECENT DECISIONS 3,4, Contributing Ed 

4, Student Bar Assiciotion 1,2,3,4 

BRESINGHAM, MARY T 
5529 Green St. 
Chicago, III 
Hist. Soc. 1; Coed Club 1,2,3; Variety 
Show 1,3; SNAI 1,2,3,4, Fresh Orien. 2; 
Nursing Council 3, Class Officer 3, Treos 
3, Senior Recruitment Tea Com. 4; Pow 
Wow 2,3,4, Floot Com- 2,3,4; Fair 2 

BRESLEY, KENNETH V. 
423 S Pine 
Mf Prospect, III- 
ROTC 1,2,3,4, Bngode Comonder 4, Mil, 
Boll Chairman 4, Drill Teom 4, Copt, 4, 
Blue Key 4; WHO'S WHO 4; Mark Club 
2,3,4, Vice-Pres 4, Mark Career Choir- 
mon 3. 

BUBAN, BARBARA J. 

600 E Maple 

Centerville, Iowa 

Hist Soc 3, Pi Gommo Mu 4, Human 

Rel Club 4, S A,L 4 



BURNS, MARY P 

1101 N Long Ave 

Chicogo, III 

ist- Soc I, Coed Club 1, Young Republi- 

cons 2,3 

BUSA, ALLEN J 
6970 E, Prairie Rd 
Lincolnwood, III 
Tou Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Projects Chair- 
mon 3,4, LOYOLAN 2,3, Captions Ed, 3, 
LOYOLA NEWS 2, Exchange Ed, Univer- 
sity Weekend 3, Pub Choirmon 3, Pi 
Delta Epsilon 3,4, Vice-Pres, 4, Variety 
Show 2,3,4, Lighting Dir 2,3; YR's 3,4, 
Psyc. Club 3,4; Fine Arts Club 4, Hist. 
Soc 2; Blue Key 4 

BUSH, JAMES E 

5714 N. Menord 

Chicago, III 

Alpha Delto Gommo 1,2,3,4, Sergeant-ot- 

Arms 3,4, Athletic Choirmon 2,3, Track 

Team 1,2,3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4. 

BUSSERT, MARY K 
6428 N Hamilton 
Chicago, III 
Alpha Tau Delta 1,2,3,4, Custodian 3, 
Pres. 4; Circumference 3.4; Coed Club 1, 
2,3,4, Sec 2; Sodality 1. SNAI 1,2,3,4, 
Nursing Council 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Inter-Sor. 
Council 4, Chairman 4; Variety Show 1,2, 
Pow Wow 2,3,4; Fair 1,2; SAL. 2,3,4, 
Founders' Day Recipient Award 4; Student 
Presidents' Com. 4, WHO'S WHO 4 



BY5INA, RICHARD G. 
2117 W. Cortez St. 

Chicogo, Ill- 
Marketing Club 4- 



CAMPBELL, ROBERT K- 
5426 W- Hoddon Ave- 

Chicogo, MI- 
CANNON, JOHN M. 
9005 S- Aberdeen 
Chicago, Ill- 
Student Bar Association 1,2,3,4, Sec 4; 
Pre-Legol Club 1,4; LOYOLA LAW TIMES 
2; Intro- Basketboll 1 

CAPPAERT, WILLIAM E- 

581 1 31st Ave 

Kenosha, Wis- 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Chapter Ed. 3,4; Student 

Council 4, Rep. 4; S.A.MA. 1,2,3,4. 

CAREY, JACQUELINE M. 

6147 N. Seeley 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc 1,2; Fine Arts Club 3. 

CASSERLY, MICHAEL G- 
1215 N- Mason Ave- 
Chicogo, Ill- 
Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4, Choncellor 3, SoC- 
Chairmon 4; AcC- Club 2,3,4, PreS- 4; 
Econ-Fin- Soc- 2,3; Mark Club 2,3- 

CAUFIELD CHARLES F. 

6205 N Cloremont 

Chicago, III. 

Student Bar Association 1,2,3,4. 

CHUMAN, JEROME M. 

4025 W 24th PI. 

Chicago, III. 

SAM 3,4, Humon Rel. Club 3,4. 

COFFEY, MICHAEL D, 

14907 Chomploin Ave, 

Dolton, III 

Tau Delta Phi 3,4, Sec, 4; Wasmonn Bio- 

Soc 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 4, YD's 4; 

Sodolity 1 , 

COLLINS, SUSAN L, 

2728 Eastwood Ave. 
Evonston, III. 
Loyola Women 3; Coed Club 3; Senior 
Gift Fund Com 4 

COMENDULEY, BERNARD P. 
927 W- 33rd PI. 
Chicago, Ill- 
Psychology Club 3- 

CORDAN, PATRICIA M- 
6051 S- Kilpotrick Ave 
Chicago, III- 
Theta Phi Alpho 1,2,3,4, Historian 3, 
Circumference 3,4, Vice-Pres- 4; Coed 
Club 1,2,3,4, Sec- 2, Vice-Pres 3; Hist- 
Soc 3,4, SeC- 3,4; Phi Sigma Tou 3,4; 
Pow Wow 3, Judges Com 3, Floot Porode 

3, Variety Show 2,4, Foir 1,2, Fine Arts 
Club 4; Senior Gift Fund Com 4, LOYO- 
LAN 4, SAL 4 

COSCIONI. JOAN C- 
4840 N Neva Ave- 
Chicogo, III, 
Koppo Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Pledge- 
Mistress 3; Hist, Soc, 1,2, Coed Club 1,2, 
3,4; Human Rel- Club 2,4, Senior Gift 
Com- 4; SAL 1,2,3,4, Exec Board 2,3- 

CROKER, DONALD H. 

918 N- Fourth 

Maywood, III- 
Sigmo Lambda Beta 4- 

CULLEN, MARYLEE 
1306 Oak 
Evonston, Ill- 
Circumference 3,4, Pres- 4; Debate Soc 
1,2,3,4, Sec-Treos 2, Vice-Pres- 3, Pres 

4, Loyolo Women 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres, 3,4; 
Phi Sigmo Tou 3,4, Pres, 4; Delto Sigma 
Rho 3,4, Sec, 4, Hist, Soc, 1,2,3,4; 
LOYOLAN 2,3, Photo- Ed- 3; Coed Club 
1,2,3,4, Harvard Debote Tournament 3,4; 
Student Presidents' Com 4, Founders' Day 
Speaker 4; Loyolon Awords Com 3; 
WHO'S WHO 4- 



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GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



CUNNINGHAM, PETER N. 
1 14 N, Parkside 
Chicago, IN. 
SADA. 1.2,3,4, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Student Council 3,4, Pres. 4, Class Officer 
3, Pres 3; Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; 
Dent. School Chair 1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia 
Guild 1,2,3,4; Blue Key 3,4; WHO'S 
WHO 4. 

CUTLER, KATHRYN A. 
2547 W. Jerorr.e Ave. 
Chicogo, III. 
Alpha Tou Delta 2,3,4; Circumference 4; 
SNAI 1.2,3,4, Rep. 3; Coed Club 1.2.3.4, 
Big Sister Choirmon 2, Class Officer 3. 
Pres. 3; Union Activities Board 4, Rep 4; 
Nursing Council 3.4, Vice-Pres 3, SAL. 
2,3,4. 

CUVA, ANTHONY 

377 Mt Prospect Ave. 

Clifton, N. J. 

Dental Student, Council 3, Treas. 3. 

CWIKLA JOANNE J. 
5314 S. Natchez 
Chicago, III 
SNAI 1.2,3.4; Circumference 4, Coed 
Club 2,3,4, Sec 3, Nursing Council 4, 
Class Officer 4, Vice-Pres 4, THE WHITE 
CAP 4, Ed 4, Student Welfare Com 4, 
Chairman 4; Pow Wow 4, Float Com 4, 
Senior Recruitment Tea Com 4. 



DAMM, JOHN R 

463 Summit St. 

Park Ridge, III 

Phi Beta Pi r.2,3.4; S.A.M.A 1,2,3,4 

DASH, KARL A. 

4327 N. Meade 

Chicago, III. 

Delta Sigma Pi 2.3.4, Ace. Club 3,4; YD's 

3,4; Senior Gift Fund Com. 4, Chairman 

4; SAL. 1,2,3,4. 

DEAN, ETHEL M. 
8023 S. Knox Ave 
Chicago, III 
Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Athletic Chairman 
4; Coed Club 2,3.4. Pow Wow Luncheon 
Chairman 3; SAL. Board Member 4, 
Hist. Soc. 2.3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3.4; I FC 
Sing 3.4; Pow Wow 3, Float Com. 3; Vari- 
ety Show 3,4, Fair 2. 



DELO, RICHARD I 
5565 Woodville 
Hoslett, Mich 
S.A.D.A. 1.2.3,4, Pres. 4; Gloss Officer 2, 
Pres. 2; Student Council 1.2,3,4, Rep 1, 
2.3,4; Dent School Choir 1,2,3,4; Blue 
Key 3,4. Delegote 3,4; Psi Omega 1,2,3, 
4, WHO'S WHO 4 

DE LUCA, RICHARD J 

4109 N. Keystone 

Chicogo, III. 

Modern Language Club 4. 

DENTZER, JOHN L 

6427 N. Poulina St 
Chicago, III. 
Student Bor Association 1,2,3, Blue Key 
1,2,3, Choirmon 2,3, RECENT DECISIONS 
3, Phi Alpha Delto 3; Union Activities 
Boord 3. 



Dl PRIMA, DONALD P. 

2525 Eastwood 

Chicago. Ill 

Curtain Guild 2; YD's 3,4; Psyc Club 3, 

4, Exec. Board 4 



DOMAN, MELINDA 
2515 N. Drake 
Chicogo. Ill 
Theta Phi Alpho 1.2,3.4, Social Chairman 
3. Sec. 4; Circumference 3.4; Coed Club 
1.2.3,4. Big Sister Chairman 4, Hist. Sac. 
1,2,3,4, Sec. 3; LOYOLAN 3.4, Fine Arts 
Club 4; Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 
3.4, Johnson Soc. 3; Equestrian Soc. 3; 
UNDERGRAD 3; Variety Show 2,3,4; IFC 
Sing 3,4; Pow Wow Com. 3; University 
Weekend Com. 3. 5.A L 1.2.3.4 

DONAHUE. DAVID L. 

4812 Concord PI. 

Chicago, III. 



DONAHUE. EDWARD M. 

5651 W. Irving Pork Rd. 
Chicago. III. 
Alpha Delta Gamma 2.3,4, Notional Stew- 
ard 3; Blue Key 4, WHO'S WHO 4. Hist. 
Soc 1.2; Arts Council 4. Pres. 4, Student 
Presidents' Com. 4; International Fair 
Weekend 4, Exec Board 4, St Thomos 
More Pre-Low Club 3.4. SAL 3,4 

DORES DANIEL 
1221 N Kenilworth 
Oak Pork. III. 
Tou Delta Phi 2,3,4, Alumni Scribe 3. 
Rec. Sec 4, Active Award 2; Fair 2, Asst. 
Entertainment Chairman 2; Senior Gift 
Fund Com. 4, Dist Chairman 4, Wos- 
monn Bio Soc 1.2; World Federalists 3.4; 
Hist Soc. 3.4. Usher 3 



DORF. GERALD L 

2035 W Granville Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Phi Alpho Delto 2,3,4. Justice 4, Clerk 3. 

Student Bar Association 2,3,4, Rep 3, 

LOYOLA LAW TIMES 3,4. 



DOW, CAROLYN E 

8808 S Justine St 

Chicago, III. 

SNAI 3,4. 

DOWLING, THOMAS J. 

6406 S. Maplewood 

Chicago, III. 

Ace. Club 4. Bs Ad Senior Gift Fund 

Com 4 



DRYNAN. JOHN J 

927 W Dokin (Apt 215) 

Chicago. Ill 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



DESZCZ, ESTHER C. 

5431 S. Paulino St. 
Chicogo, III. 
Alpha Tau Delta 1,2,3,4; Coed Club 1.2. 
3; Hist. Soc. 1; SNAI 1,2,3,4; Pow Wow 
4, Float Com. 4; Nurs. Senior Gift Fund 
Com. 4. 

DILLON, JOHN M. 

1600 Toft Ave 

Berkeley, III. 

World Federalists 1.2,3,4; Mod Lang 

Club 1,2,3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4. 



DUFFY, JOAN 

607 S. Lyman 

Oak Park, III 
Theta Phi Alpha 2.3,4, Pub Choirmon 3, 
Inter-Sor Council Del 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 
Circumference 3,4; ISC Union Del. 3, 
Coed Club 1. WHO'S WHO 4; Senior Gift 
Fund Com 4; Variety Show 2; Pow Wow 
2.3, Float Com 2,3; Fair 2, SAL 1,2, 
3.4 



DUMKE. GERALD D 

8 Meisinger Dr 

Noperville. III. 

Psi Omega 1.2.3,4. Ed 3,4. Dent School 

Choir 1.2 

DUNCAN. MICHAEL P 

2061 York St 

Blue Islond. III. 

Hist. Soc. 3, Poll Sc. Soc 3.4. Vice-Pres. 3. 

Pres. 4. 



DYBAS, DIANE 

3532 S. Honore 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Zeto Chi 2,3.4. Pres. 3. Sec. 2, 
Inter-Sor. Council 2,3, IFC Sing 2,3; Coed 
Club 1.2,3, Pub. Chairman 2; Amer. 
Chem. Soc. 1; Wosmonn Bio. Soc. 1,2.3; 
Fine Arts Club 1,4; Fair 3; SAL. 2,3,4. 



ECKERT, ROBERT 
9301 S. Ado 
Chicago, III. 
Club 3,4; Senior Gift Fund Com, 4 



Ace 



ECKSTEIN. GREGORY T 

2510 S. Grove Ave 

Berwyn, III. 

Phi Chi 3.4; S A.M.A. 1,2,3.4; Tau Koppo 

Epsilon 2,3, Chaploin 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3; 

Wosmonn Bio, Soc 2.3, Blue Key 4. 



EGAN, JAMES J 

5856 W. Eastwood 

Chicogo, III. 

Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4, Union Congressman 

3,4; Union Congress 3,4, Loyolo Men 3,4, 

Hist. Soc. 3.4; Soc. Club 4. 



EHLERT, TROY G. 
2659 Lincolnwood Dr. 
Evonston, III. 
SNAI 1,2.3.4. Class Officer 1, Pres. 1; 
Nursing Council 1.2, Sec. 1; Sodality 1. 
Loyola Women 2, Union Rep. 1 .2; Pow 
Wow 1,2.3,4, Float Com. 1.2.3,4; Variety 
Show 1; Fair 1,2; Freshman Orien. 2. 
Coed Club 1,2.3.4; Nurs. Senior Gift 
Fund Com 4; Wosmonn Bio Soc. 1. 



FABBRI. DOMINIC 

2515 Superior 

Chicago. III. 

Arts Council 1, Fresh. Vice-Pres 1; Mod 

Long. Club 2,3, Hist Soc. 2,3, Loyola 

Men 3,4; Pow Wow 1 . 



FARRELL. ALICE R. 

5819 N. Medina 

Chicago, III. 

LOYOLAN 3,4, Senior Ed. 3,4; Phi Sigmo 

Tou 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Coed Club 1,2. 

3,4, Hist. Soc. 1,2.3, SAL 3. 



FEIT. KENNETH P. 
5345 N. Linder Ave. 
Chicago. 111. 
LOYOLAN 4. Caption Ed. 4, Alpha Sigmo 
Nu 3.4; Delta Sigma Rho 3,4, Pres 4. 
Pi Gamma Mu 3.4; Phi Sigma Tou 3.4, 
Epsilon Pi Rho 4; Debating Soc. 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres 4, Hist. Soc. 1,2.3.4. Treas. 4. 
Loyolo Men 3,4. YR's 2,3,4, Treas. 3. 



FISHBEIN, STEVEN A. 

916 Costlewood Terrace 

Chicago, III 

Curtain Guild 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4 



FITZGERALD. SALLY A 

209 S Humphrey 

Oak Park, III 

Senior Gift Fund Com 4, Big Sisters 4 



FLAHERTY, ROSEMARY G. 
8926 S. Horper Ave. 
Chicago. III. 
Student Council 1.2.3.4. Sec. 3, Class 
Officer 4, Pres. 4; Phi Chi 1,2,3.4, Blue 
Key 2,3.4. Founders' Day Award Recipi- 
ent 4. 



FLANAGAN. THOMAS 

8506 Blockstone 

Chicogo. III. 

Vorsity Torek Team 1.2,3,4. Capt 4. 

Monogram Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4. 



FOSRTER, KEREEN R. 
620 S Bruner 
Hmsdole, III. 
SNAI 1.2.3,4, Alpha Tau Delta 1,2,3,4, 
Historian 4; Circumference 4. Sodolity 1, 
Sec. 1; Hist. Soe. 1, Coed Club 1.2.3.4, 
Membership Choirmon 2, Forewell Dinner 
Chairman 3; Intro. 2,3; Variety Show 
1,2,3; World Federalists 3, Fair 1,2, 
Booth Chairman 1.2; Nursing Council 2, 
Entertainer 2; Recogition Day Speaker 3; 
SAL. 2,3,4. 

FOYS, ROBERT M. 

2314 S. Seeley 

Chicago, III. 

Gerald Manley Hopkins Soc. 3,4; Hist. 

Soc. 2; Debate Soc. 1, Delta Sigma Tau 

3.4; YD's 3,4; LOYOLA NEWS 2. 

FRIEDMAN, GARY D. 
1512 W. Forwell 
Chicago, III. 
Phi Alpha Delto 2.3. Vice-Justice 3; RE- 
CENT DECISIONS 2,3; National Moot 
Court Comp. 3, RES IPSA LOQUITUR 1; 
Bar Assn. Com. 2.3. 

GARVIN, LAWRENCE T. 

3115 Penrose 

Toledo. Ohio 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. Keeper of the Bar 

2. Archon 4; S.A MA. 1,2,3,4 

GEIGER. ELEANORE M. 

6238 South Kedvole 

Chicago 28, III 

Kappa Beto Gommo 2.3,4, Corres. Secy. 

3, Vice-Pres. 4; Coed Club 1.2.3.4; His- 
toricol Society 1,2; Equestrion Club 3,4; 
S A.L 2.3.4; Womens Intromurols 3. 

GENUS. RAYMOND J 
1250 Will Place 
Chicago. III. 
Bo Bus. Senior Gift Fund Comm 4; 
Intromurols 1.2,3.4; S.AM 4; Account- 
ing Club. 4. 

GERBER. LARRY 
7817 South Kingston 
Chicago, III. 
Tou Delto Phi 2,3.4, Treos. -Vice-Pres. 3; 
Commerce Council 3.4, Vice-Pres. 3, 
Treos. 4; S,A,L, 2,3.4, General Chair- 
man 3; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; Historical 
Society 3; SAM. 3; Blue Key 4, Sec- 
Treos. 4; LT Senior Gift Fund Comm. 
4; WHO'S WHO 4. 

GIANOLI, JOHN P. 

3847 West 71st St. 
Chicago, III. 
Historical Society 3; Political Science Club 
3.4; Modern Longuoge Club 4 

GIBBONS, MARGARET C. 

134 South York Rood 

Elmhurst, III. 

5. N.A.I. 1,2.3,4, Pow-Wow 4, Dorm 

Conucil 1,2, Treos. 1. 

GILL, MARY FRANCES 
7703 South Lowe 
Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 1,2.3; Theta Phi Alpho 1,2. 
3.4. Membership-Scholorship Chairman 3. 
Treos 4; Historical Society 1.2, Varsity 
Show 2.3; SAL 1.2.3.4, Pi Gommo 
Mu 3.4. 

GLATT, HANNELORE 
Chicago, III. 

3701 North Whipple 
Arts Council 4. Vice-Pres. 4; Circumfer- 
ence 4; WHO'S WHO 4, LOYOLAN 3,4, 
Co-Senior Editor 3,4; Coed Club 1,2.3,4, 
Membership Chair. 2. Pow-Wow Choir 
2, Pres 3; Historical Society 1,2,3.4, 
Sec. 4; LT Senior Gift Fund 4, LT Arts 
Choirmon; Student Directory Committee 
4; Pi Delto Epsilon 3,4, Sec. 4; Young 
Democrots 4; Loyolo Women 3; S.A.L. 
2,3,4, Individual Aword 3; Fine Arts 
Club 1,2; Humon Relations Club 3,4; 
Founder's Doy 4. Feb Orientation Comm. 
4. 



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GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



GLYNN, DANIEL R, 

6418 North Wayne 

Chicago, III. 

Commerce Council 4, Vice-Pres, Senior 

Class 4; Marketing Club 3. 

COINS, BEVERLY R, 
506 West 78th St. 
Chicago 21, III. 
Coed Club 1,2,3,4, LSC Vice-Pres. 3, LSC 
Treas. 3; Cheerleader 1,2, Co-Capt. 1, 
Capt. 2; Varsity 1; Loyola Fair I; Pow- 
Wow 1,2; Wosmann Bio. Society 1,2. 

GOLIAN, KENNETH R. 

3N 560 Wilson 

Elmhurst, III. 

J.A.D.A. 1,2,3,4; Psi Omega 1,2,3,4; 

Dental School Choir 1,2,3,4; WHO'S 

WHO 4. 

GORECKI, JOSEPH F 

5721 South Harlem 

Chicago 38, III. 

Moth. Club 4; A. U.S.A. 3,4, Senior Gift 

Fund 4 District Chairman 4; Intromurols 

1,2,3,4! 

GRADY, LAWRENCE A. 
9345 South Rocine Ave. 
Chicago 20, III. 
Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Business Admin- 
istration Council 2,4, Trees. 2, Pres. 4; 
Senior Class Pres.; Sophomore Class Pres.; 
Student's President's Committee 4; WHO'S 
WHO 4; Blue Key 4, Union Board 3, 
Bus. Ad. Senior Gift Fund 4; University 
Weekend Committee 3,4; Loyola Fair 1,2, 
Fall Frolic 2, Chairman 2; A. U.S. A. 2, 
3,4; Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, Economic- 
Finance Society 3,4; Leadership Award 
2,3,4; 5.A.L. 2,3,4; Historicol Society 
2,3,4; Feb. Orientation Comm. 4; Inter- 
national Fair Executive Board 4. 

GREEN, FREDERICK R 
10323 Balfour 
Detriot 24, Mich. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, House Man- 
ager 2 4; Pi Delta Esilon 3,4, Hist Soc. 
1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres 4; LOYOLAN 
2,3, Photogropher 2, Copy Editor 3, 
ENOSIS 3, Varsity 1,2,3, Fine Arts Club 
2,3, Young Republican 3,4, Blue Key 
4, Loyolan Awards Committee 3, Chair- 
man 3, LSC Senior Gift Fund Comm 4; 
Senior-Week Comm 4; Loyola Foir 1,2, 
Student Assistant 2, Loyolo Ski Week 1, 
2,3,4. Co-Chairman 2, Assistant Chair- 
man 4; Curtain Guild 2. 

GREETI5, LEONARD M. 

609 Huston 

Lemont, III 

Loyola Holl Council 2,3,4, Sec 4, Fine 

Arts Club 2,3,4, Math Club 2,3,4 

GUSCHWAN, ANDREW F. 

3026 South California 

Chicago 8, III. 

Phi Simga of Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 

GUZIK, PHILIP 

9807 South Ridgewoy 

Evergreen Pork 42, III. 

Political Science Club 3,4 

HALL, WARREN A 

8138 5. Chaplain 

Chicago, III. 

Psychology Club 4, Intromurols 2,3, 

Young Republicans 4. 

HANSON, WALTER S. 

6435 N. Newgord 

Chicogo, 111. 

Loyolan 1,2, Hist. Soc. 2,3,4, Economics- 

Finonce Soc. 3,4; Tou Delta Phi 2,3,4, 

Social Choirmon 3. 

HARDMAN, CLAIRE L. 

475 Oak St. 

Elmhurst, III. 
Chi Theto Upsilon 1,2,3,4, Corres Sec. 
4; Coed Club 1,2, Student Associates of 
Loyolo 1,2,3,4; Human Relations Club 2. 



HARRIS, JAMES 
16006 Eldomere Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Tou Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Arts Coun- 
cil 3 Pres, 3, Blue Key 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4, IFC 4, Pres 4; 
Debate Soc. 1,2; LOYOLA NEWS 1,2, 
Union 4, IFC Rep. 4; Hist. Soc. 2,3, Vor- 
sity Show 3, Prod. 3; Founders' Day A- 
ward Recipient 4; WHO'S WHO 4 

HARTIGAN, NEIL F. 
6601 N. Newgord 
Chicogo, III. 
Student Bar Assoc. 1,2,3, SB. A. Alumni 
Committee 3, Chairman 3, LOYOLA LAW 
TIMES 2,3, Junior Editor 2, Asst. Editor 
3; St. Thomos More Society 3, Lecturer 3 

HAWKINS, KATHLEEN M. 
629 Ashland, 
River Forest, III. 
SAL. 1,2,3,4, Alpho Tau Delto 2,3,4, 
Recording Sec 3; Circumference 3,4, Sec 
4, Nursing Council 2,3, Vice Pres. Soph 
Class 2; Union Board 3; Phi Sigma Tou 
3,4, Coed Club 1,2,4; Variety Show 2,3; 
SNA I. 1,2,3,4. 

HAYES, MARY ELLEN 

8043 5. Hermitage 

Chicago, III. 

Theto Phi Alpha 2,3,4; SAL, 1,2,3, 

Coed Club 1,2,3, Hist Soc 2,3, Variety 

Show 2.3, Pi Gommo Mu 4 

HEIKE5, GRAHAN N. 
497 Sheridon Road 
Evanston, III 
Loyola Student Bar Assoc 1,2,3, Repre- 
sentative 3; Loyolo SB. A, Comm. on 
Civil Rights 1,2,3, 1st Committemon 2, 
Mens REA Soc. 1,2, Choncellor 1; Young 
Democrates 1,2,3; I. M. Basketball 1, 
Copt, 1 . 

HESSEL, WILLIAM 
6551 N. Sheridan Rood 
Chicago, III 
American Chem Soc. 1,2,3,4, Treos 3; 
Choral Society 1; Glee Club 3,4, Curtoin 
Guild 1,2,3,4, Fine Arts 1,2; AU5A 3, 
4. 

HODOUS, CATHERINE A 

8901 S. Melvino 

Ook Lown, III 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Loyola Hist Soc 1, 

2,3, Phi Sigmo Tou 3,4. 

HOPKINSON, MARY ANNE 
545 Jackson Blvd 
Oak Pork, III 
Alpha Tou Delto 2,3,4, Vice-Pres, 3, 
Treos 4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Sociol Chair- 
man 3; SAL 1,2,3,4, 5.N.AI. 1,2,3,4, 
Sodality 1, Variety Show 1,2; Intersorority 
Council Representative 4. 

HOSTENY, JOANNA MARY 
8549 South Peoria 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2,3,4, Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Pub 
Choirmon 4; Human Relations Club 2,4, 
Modern Longuoge Club 2,3,4; Equestrian 
Soc. 3,4; Pi Gommo Mu 3,4, Phi Sigma 
Tou 3,4, Year Book Staff 4, Fine Arts 
Club 1. 

HOSTERT, JR GEORGE A. 
7954 S. Woodlown 
Chicogo, III. 
Vet's Club 3,4; Vice-Pres 3, Pres 4, 
Blue Key 4, Alpha Sigma Nu 4, Phi 
Sigmo Tou 4; Alpho Kappo Delta 4, 
Human Relations Club 4; Hist. Soc 3, 
Co-Choirmon Senior Week 4 

HOULIHAN, AGNES M 

5046 N. Clork St. 

Chicogo, Ml. 

SNA. I. 2,3,4, Coed Club 2,4, Loyolo 

Choral Soc. 2; Loyolo Women's Sodality 

2,3,4; Recognition Day Committee 2. 



HUESER, BARBARA A. 
3046 W. Addison 

Chicago. Ml. 
Coed Club 1,2,3,4. 

HYNE5, THOMAS C. 

8739 S. Morgon 

Chicago, III. 

Student Bar Assoc. 1,2,3, Pres 2, Blue 

Key 2,3; RECENT DECISIONS 2,3, Ed 

3; Founders' Day Award Recipient 3 

JANOWIAK, KENNETH S 

2842 N. Kenneth 

Chicago, III 

Mothemotic Cslub 2,3,4, Vice-Pres 3,4 

JERZ, SANDRA J 

6357 W, Peterson Ave 

Chicago, III. 

LOYOLA NEWS 1; Theto Phi Alpha 2, 

3 4, Gerald Monley Hopkins Soc. 3, Coed 

Club 1,2. 

JOHNS, JACK 

9014 Laramie 

Skokie, III 

Glee Club 3,4; Fine Arts Club 3 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH F. 

3500 A Western 

Pork Forest, Ml. 
Phi Mu Chi 1,2,3, Student Bar Associo- 
tion 4,5,6, Loyola Historical Society 2,3 

JOYCE, PATRICK V. 
3732 Nordico, 
Chicago, III 
Fine Arts Club 3,4; Phi Sigmo Tou 3,4, 
LOYOLA NEWS 3,4, Union Board 4, Sen- 
ior Gift Fund 4 

KAMM, MELVIN J. 

2144 W 23rd Place 
Chicago, III. 
Student Bar Ass'n. 1,2; Loyola Union 2; 
(Low School) 2,3, Chairman 3. 

KELLEY, DONNA M 

8605 S. 78th Court 

Ook Lown, III 

Nursing Association 3,4 

KELLY, MICHAEL J. 

3435 W 85th Street 
Chicago, III. 
Curtain Guild 2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 
1,2,3,4, Co-Pres. 3; Readers' Circle 3 

KELLY, PATRICIA R. 

1031 W. Irving Pork 
Chicago, III. 
SNAI 1,2,3,4, Sodolity 1; Loyola Women 
2,3, Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Fine Arts Club 4, 
Historical Society 2, Modern Language 
Club 1; Senior Class Secy 4, Nursing 
Council 4, Float Committee, Pow Wow 
3,4. 

KERRIGAN, SHARON R 

2007 N 75th Avenue 

Elmwood Pork, III 

Cheer Leoder 3. 

KILEY, KATHLEEN 

6920 S. Crondon 

Chicago 49, III 

Theto Phi Alpha 3,4; Senior Gift Fund, 

District Chairman 4, SAL 4 

KOHLER, WILLIAM R 
3302 S Kenilworfh 
Berwyn, III 
Psi Omego 1,2,3,4, Inter-Froternity Bas- 
ketball 1,2. 

KOSLOSKUS. JUDY A 
8328 Brandon 
Chicago, III 
SNAI 1,2,3,4, Coed Club 1,2,3; Class 
V P 1 ; Class President 4, Nursing Coun- 
cil 1,2'3,4, Sociol Chairman 2,3, Pres 4, 
Secy' 2, Variety Show 1,2; Loyolan 3, 
WHO'S WHO 4, President's Committee 4, 
Freshman Orientation 2; Student Welfare 
Committee 1, Float Committee, Pow-Wow 
1 2,3,4; Loyolo Fair 1,2; Women's Intra- 
murai's'2 



KOVAC, MARY E. 

6620 N. Kilbourn Avenue 

Lincolnwood, III, 

Alpho Tau Delto 2,3,4; Pledge Mistress 4, 

Historical Society 2; SNAI 1,2,3,4; Coed 

Club 2,3,4; SAL 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2. 

KOZAK, MONICA L, 

5021 S. Ado Street 

Chicogo, III. 

Koppo Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, I.S.C. Rep. 

3, Pres. 4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Member- 
ship Chairman 3, V.P. 2, Historical So- 
ciety 1,2,3,4, Secy. 3; Arts Council 3, 
Secy 3; Coed Orientotion Program 1,2,3, 

4, Chairman 2,3; Circumference 3,4; 
Women's Intromurol Board 2,3; Sodality 
1, Voriety Show 3,4, Rose of Delta Sig 3. 

KRAMER, JOHN W. 
6223'/2 N. Kenmore 

Chicago, III 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

KUNATH, DONALD W. 

5455 W. Berenice Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Associotion of the U. S. Army 3,4, Pres 
4; Loyola Camera Club 1; Society for the 
Advancement of Monogement 4; Curtoin 
Guild 2,3,4; Modern Language Club 4; 
Human Relation Club 4; Blue Key 4; His- 
torical Society 4; Chairman Senior Class 
Party. 

LAREN, ALLEN J. 
3554 Gunderson 

Berwyn, 111. 
Psych. Club 4. 

LAUTER, ALAN G. 
8514 S. Crandon 
Chicago, III. 
Tou Delto Phi 2; Alpha Omega Profes- 
sional 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2. 

LAVERTY, MARY E 

2300 W. 80th Street 

Chicago, III. 

Theto Phi Alpha 3,4; SAL 4; Interfroter- 

ity Sing 4; Senior Gift Fund Committee 4, 

LT co-choirmen. 

LAVRINOVICH, ARLENE A 

4331 S Artesion 

Chicago, Ml. 

Loyola Chorol Society 2; SNAI 1,2,3,4. 

LeFEVOUR, JUDITH A 
1832 Newcastle 
Westchester, Ml. 
Coed Club 3,4; Senior Gift Fund 4, Dis- 
trict Choirmon 4; Historical Society 3. 

LELLENBERG, NORMAN G 
1647 E. 69th Street 
Chicago, III. 
Sigma Lambda Beta 2,3, Treasurer 3; Stu- 
dent Council 1, Secy ; Blue Key 3. 

LIPINSKI, THEODORA L 

122 N Monroe 

Hinsdale, III. 

Human Relations Club 3,4, Secy. 4; Coed 

Club 3; Historical Society 3. 

LOGUE, PEGGY 

6532 S Tolman 
Chicago, III. 
SNAI 1,2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3.4 Float 
Pow-Wow Chairman 2, Co-Choirmon 3; 
Women's Intromurol's 1,2,3, Variety Show 
1; Loyolo Foir 1,2; Float Committee, Pow- 
Wow 1,2,3. 

LU5CHEK, MARY JO 

4434 N. Manor 

Chicago, III 

Chi Theto Upsilon 2,3,4, Coed Club 2; 

Humon Relotions Club 2; SAL 3,4, Exec. 

Board Member 4 

LUZBETAK. STEPHEN B, JR. 
210 Bridge 
Joliet. III. 
Pi Alpho Delta 4; Student Bar Associa- 
tion 1,2,3,4. 



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402 



GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



MAJOR, KAREN L. 

5650 N. Vine 

Chicogo 31, HI. 

Thefa Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Rec Secy. 4, Loy- 

olo Fair 2; Coed Club 2,3,4; Histoncol 

Society 2; Variety Show 3,4, S,A L. 2,3,4 

MARQUIS, KATHARINE 
414 Merrill 
Park Ridge, III. 
SNAI 1.2,3,4, Board Member 2; Coed 
Club 1,2; Loyola Fair 1,2; Wasmonn Bio- 
logical Society 1; Float Committee Pow- 
Wow 2,3. 

MARINO, JACK F. 
8305 S. Seeley 
Chicogo, III 
Tqu Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Secy 4, Vari- 
ety 3,4, Historical See. 3,4. 

MAROLEWSKI, JUDITH L. 
8319 S. Shore Drive 

Chicogo, III 
Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3. 

MARTIN, MAUREEN T 
22 N. Mayfield Ave 
Chicago 22, 111. 
SNAI 1,2,3,4, Board Member 2; Coed 
Club 1,2; Loyola Foir 1,2, Wasmann Bio- 
logical Society 1, Float Comm. Pow-Wow 
2,3. 

MATZ, GREGORY J 

591 1 N Ottawa 

Chicago, HI. 

St. Luke's Guild 1,2,3.4, Secy. 2, Alpho 

Sigma Nu 3,4, Phi Chi 1,2,3.4 

McCarthy, bonnie l. 

8312 Oglesby 
Chicago, 111. 
SAL 1,2,3,4. 

McGLONE, JOHN F. 
4746 S. Kolin 
Chicago 32, 111. 

McGUAN, PATRICK J, 
10814 Ave. "C" 
Chicogo 17. III. 

McGUIRE, PHILIP J. 

5408 N Kenmore Ave 

Chicago 40, 111. 

Blue Key 1,2,3, RECENT DECISIONS 2,3, 

Asso. Ed. 3; Student Bar Assn 1,2,3. 

MERRILL, WILLIAM R 

1242 W. Hood Ave 

Chicago 40. III. 

Tou Kappa Epsilon 1.2.3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 

3.4; Loyola Men 3.4; Young Republicans 

3.4. LOYOLA NEWS 2. 

MILLER, ELLEN 1. 
1101 W. Loyola 
Chicogo 26. III. 
LOYOLA NEWS 1.2.3,4, Asst Ed, 3.4. 
Chi Theto Upsilon 2,3,4, Rec, Secy. 4, 
CIRCUMFERENCE 3,4, Treos 4, Pi Delta 
Epsilon 3,4, Vp, Secy. 3,4, Pres. 4, Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4, Secy. 4; Coed Club 
1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Stebler Moll Judici- 
ary Board 4, Pow-Wow Comm. 3; Variety 
Show Comm. 3; Historical Soc. 1. LOY- 
OLAN 2; Awards Comm. 2. Fine Arts 1. 
2; WHO'S WHO 4; S. A, 1 1,2.3.4 



MIREK, BARBARA ANN 
2649 Logon Blvd. 
Chicago 47. 111. 
Theto Phi Alpha 1.2,3.4, Board of Dir 
3.4. Treas. 3, Pres, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4 
LOYOLA NEWS 1; Coed Club 1,2,3 
S.A.L. 1,2,3,4, Pow-Wow Decorotions 
Comm. 3; University Weekend Dec. Comm 
3; LOYOLAN 1,2,3; Inter- Sorority Coun- 
cil 4; Young Democrots 4, Historical Soc 
3; Miss Loyola 4; Variety Show 2,3,4, 
Fresh, Float Comm. 1 . 



MORROW, CHARLES P 
1623 N. Hoisted 
Chicogo, 111. 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, Exec Comm 4, So- 
cial Chm. 3, Student Council Med. Sch 2, 
Soph. Class Treas.; Blue Key Frot. 2,3,4, 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

MULLENBACH. ROBERT E. 
1042 S. Oak Pork Ave. 
Oak Pork, 111. 
Alpho Delta Gammo 1,2,3,4, Sgt at Arms 
2,3, Pledge Moster 3, Arts Council Senior 
Class Pres. 4, Parlimentorion 4, Historical 
Soc. 1,2.3,4; Fine Arts Club 1,2,3.4; 
Greek Week 3,4; Intramurols 1,2,3,4, 
Frot. All-Stor Teom 4; S.A.L. 3, Founder's 
Day 4; WHO'S WHO 4, Loyola Men 2,3; 
Young Repub 2,3,4, AUSA 1.2.3.4; Sen- 
ior Gift Fund 4. Co-Chm.; Loyolon Awards 
Comm 3; Co-Choir 

MULLOOLY. JEANNE A 

4146 W Adorns 

Chicago, 111. 

S.AM. 2,4; Historical Soc. 3,4, Modern 

Language Club 4; Coed Club 4, Variety 

Show 3,4; Riding Club 4 

MULVIHILL, PATRICIA 
6849 S Ashlond 
Chicago, III. 
SNAI 1,2,3,4; Nursing Council 1,2, Treas. 
1; Arts Council Rep 2; Coed Club 2,3, 
Sodality 1; Variety Show 1,3,4; Student 
Directory Comm. 2,4, Fresh Orientation 
2; Loyolan Award's Comm. 3, Float Comm 
Pow-V.'ow 2,3,4; Publicity Comm. Pow- 
Wow 3. 

MUSCARELLA, VINCENT A. 

3609 Volencio PI. N. E. 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Pre-Clinical Honors Society. 

MU5KUS, MARY 
5843 W 16 St 
Cicero 50, 111 
Sodality 1; Coed 1,2,3,4, Alpho Tou Delta 
1,2,3,4, Cor Sec. 4; S.NAl. 1,2.3.4, 
SAL. 3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3,, Public 
Comm 3; Float Porode 1,2,3, Foir 1,2 

MYLONAS, ZACHARIA5 A 

4820 W George St 

Chicago, 111 

Phi Alpha Delta 2,3,4; Student Bor 

Asso. 1,2,3,4, Foreign Students of Loyola 

1,2,3,4. 

NAUYOKAS, DONALD R. 

5209 S Socromenlo 

Chicago, 111. 

VET'S Club 1. 

NELSON, THOMAS D 

1 100 Grove St. 

Evonston, III. 

SAM 3; Marketing Club 3,4, Pi Alpha 

Lombdo 3,4, Pres 4, Inter-Frat Council 4 

NICO, WILLIAM R 
6551 N. Sheridon Rd 
Chicago 26, III 
History Club 1,2, Fine Arts Club 1,3,4, 
Pres. 4; Loyola Hall Council 3.4. Treos. 
3,4; Moth, Club 2,3,4, Pres 4; Phi Sigmo 
Tou 3,4, Treos 4. 

NORRIS, JOHN T 

6000 N. Sheridan Rd 

Chicogo 40, III 

Tau Delta Phi 2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 4, 

Young Democrots 2,3; Wossman Biological 

2, Fine Arts Club 4, SAL 3,4 

O'BRIEN, ARLENE M. 
5942 S Tolmon 
Chicago, III. 
Nursing Council 1,2,4, Sec 4, Union Board 
Repre. 4, S.NAl 1.2,3,4; Coed Club 
1.2.3; Alpha Tou Delta 2.3,4, Union 
Boord 4, Sec - Treos 4; CIRCUMFERENCE 
4; Variety Show 1. Pow-Wow 1,2,3,4, 
Women's Intramurols 1.2. 



O'BRIEN. BARBARA J 

120 Clinton Ave 

Ook Pork. 111. 

Coed Club 1.2; LOYOLAN 1. SAL 3,4; 

Koppa Beta Gommo 3,4. 

O'BRIEN. JAMES P 

1016 Columbian Ave. 

Ook Park. 111. 

Accounting 4. 

O'BRIEN. MATTHEW W. 

1309 N, Lorel 

Chicago. HI. 

Historical Society 1.2.3,4; Epsilon Pi RHO 

1.2.3.4. 

O'CONNOR, EILEEN A. 

4100 N Plainfield 

Chicago 34, 111. 

Theto Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Historian 4, 

Coed Club 1,2,3, Memebrship Choir 2; 

SAL 1,2,3,4, Variety Show 2,3,4. 

OHLHABER, RONALD L 

Chicago, III. 

2128 Warner Ave 

Tou Koppo Epsilon 2,3,4; Physics Club 

1,2,3,4; Young Republicans 3, AUSA 3,4 

OLECH, JANICE M 

6023 N. Menard 

Chicogo, III 

Theto Phi Alpha 3,4; Coed Club 3, 

Historical Soc. 3; Pi Gamma Mu 4, Human 

Relations Club 3,4. 

O'MEARA, ROBERT P. 

267 Harding Ave. 

Woukegon, III 

Moot Court Team 4; Student Bar Asso- 

ciotion 1,2,3,4 

O'TOOLE, ROBERT J. 

141 N. Long Ave 

Chicogo 44, III 

Beto Alpha Psi 4; Blue Key 4; Commerce 

Council Junior Class Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 3. 

PAPISH, CHARLES G. 

5610 S. Homan 

Chicago 29, 111 
Historical Soc. 1; Delto Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4, 
Econ-Finonce Soc, 1,2,3, Marketing Club 
2,3,4; SAM 1,2, Lewis-Towers Intramurols 
1,2,3,4. 

PAPPAS, PETER A 

389 S. Craig Ave 

Pasadena 10. California 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4. 

PARTIPILO, CARMELA L. 

1925 So. 49th Ave 

Cicero 50, III. 

Psychological Society 2,3; Theto Phi Alpha 

2,3,4. 



PAWLAK, JOANNA 

5638 S. Ado St 

Chicogo, HI 

Glee Club 2,3,4, Coed Club 1. 

PHILBIA, JOHN R 
2319 W Chose 
Chicogo 45, III 
Student Bor Asso. 1.2.3. Repre 2, LAW 
TIMES 2,3, Asso. Ed. 3. Blue Key 2.3. 
I M Basketball I, American Low Student 
Asso, 1, Delegote 1, Phi Alpha Delta 3 

PIRANINO, JOAN M. 

426 Lenox St 

Oak Pork, 111 

Sodiality 1, Choral Society 1 

PISZKIEWICZ, LEONARD W. 

5127 N Monitor Ave 

Chicago 30, 111 

American Chemicol Soc Student Affiliate 

1,2,3.4. Pres. 3, Treos. 4. 



PLACEK. DONALD 

2430 S. 61 Ave. 

Cicero. 111. 

Accounting Club 4 

PODUSKA. MARY L. 
2630 S. Trumbull 
Chicogo 23. HI 
Alpho Tou Delta 2.3,4, Pledge Morshal 
3; SAL 3,4, SNAI 1,2.3,4, Coed Club 1,2; 
Variety Show 2, Wasmonn Biological 
Society 1. 

P05CH. JOANN W. 

7628 Churchill St. 

Morton Grove. 111. 

Coed Club 2.3. SAM 2,3; Morketing Club 

3,4, Sec. 4 

POTOCKl, KENNETH A. 

8265 W. Forest Preserve Drive 

Chicogo 34, HI. 

A USA 3,4; Too Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, 

Pledgemoster 3; Physics Club 1,2,3,4, 

Sec 3, Treas. 3, Pres. 4 

POWELL, WILLIAM R. 

5526 N. Winthrop 

Chicago, 111 

TAU Delta Phi '58-'62 Editor-Historian 

3,4 

OUINN, LENORE M. 

1615 W Belle Plome 
Chicago 13, 111. 
Loyola Women 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Treos. 
4, Human Relations Club 1; Historico! 
Society 1,2; Gerard Monley Hopkins So- 
ciety 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,4, SAL 2, 
3,4; Ski Trip 2,3,4, Chairmen 2,4, Co- 
Choirmon 3, LOYOLAN 3,4, Co-Ed Club 
1,2,3,4, Lt Treas 3, Lt Pres. 4, Circum- 
ference 3,4; WHO'S WHO 4. 

QUIRK, CATHERINE J. 

11 134 S Tolmon 

Chicago, 111 

RADOCHA, DANIEL J. 
2620 S Drake Ave 
Chicogo, ill. 
LAW TIMES 3,4, Editor 4; Alpho Sigma 
NV 3,4, Phi Alpha Delta 3,4, Historian 4; 
Recent Decisions 3,4; Student Bar Asso- 
ciation 1,3,4; WHO'S WHO 4; 

RASCHER, JAMES J. 

5038 W. Quincy 

Chicago, HI. 

Phi Sigma of Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Presiding 

Senior 4, 

REED, MARIAN G. 

4512 N Harding 

Chicago, ill 

Loyolo School of Nursing Assn 9 59 to 

6/60 Publicity Chairman 2 

RESCH, DOLORES A. 
1835 S. 13th Street 

Moywood, Illinois 

Pi Gamma Mu 4 

RILEY, RACHEL L. 

196 E Delewors PI. 
Chicogo, III 
Theto Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Pub. Chor. 4; 
Curtoin Guild 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Readers 
Circle 3,4, Vice Pres 3, Pres. 4, COED 
Club 2,4, Historical Society 1, Woman's 
Residence Hall Delaware Holt Council 
1,2, Sec 1,2; Circumference 4; Variety 
Show 2,3,4, Emces. 3. 

ROEHRICH, ANN E. 
3751 W. Dickens 

Chicogo, 47, Illinois 
Chi Theta Upsilon 2,3,4, Pres. 3. Float 
Parade, Chrmn. 3; Inter Sorority Council 
3, Treas. 3; SAL 3,4, Board Member 3; 
Moth Club 3,4. Loyola Foir 2. Variety 
Show 2. 



403 




404 



GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



RYAN, DANIEL J. 

1415 S- 56th Cf. 

Cicero, 50, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4, Pres 3,4, 

RYAN, JUDITH L. 
79 Ridgewood Rd, 
Elk Grove Village, Illinois 
SNAI 1,2,3,4, Sodality 1,2,3,4, Variety 
Show 1,2; Alpha Tou Delta 2,3,4, Social 
Chrmn, 3,4, Coed Club 1,2; Nursing 
Council 2, Treos 2. 

SALOTTI, GERALD R. 

2922 N. Mango Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Beta Alpha Psi 3,4, Treos 3,4; SAM 1,2, 

3,4; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Historical 

Society 1,2. 

SAMMONS, JAMES M. 

6048 N. Keeler Ave. 

Chicogo 46, Illinois 

LOYOLA LAW TIMES 4, Contributor 

1961-62; Student Bar Assn 4, Class 

Representotive 1961-62. 

SANTO, JAMES V 
1 106 N. Oak Park Ave. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Lewis Towers Inter- 
mural Board 2,3,4, Mgr. 4; SAL 3,4; 
Intramurols 1,2,3,4, Sweepstakes Winner 
2,3. 

SCANLON, JOHN J. 
1812 N. Nashville Ave. 
Chicago, 35, Illinois 

SCHEID, JOHN H. 
1024 W. Loyola 
Chicago, III. 
Student Bar Assn. 1,2,3. 

SCHMID, JOAN D. 

6650 W. Raven St. 

Chicogo, 31 Illinois 
SNAI 2,3,4, Coed Club 2,3, Variety Show 
3; POW WOW 2,3; FAIR 2. 

SCHNEIDER, OLIVE L. 

4525 N. Western Ave. 

Chicago 25, Illinois 

Alpha Tou Delta 2,3,4; Coed Club 2,3,4; 

SAL 3,4; SNAI 2,3,4, Honors 2,3, Phi 

Sigma Tau 4; Nursing Council 3, Sec. 3 

SCHOLL, ALICE 

6946 N. Ozork 
Chicago, III. 
SNAI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1; Wasmann Bio- 
logical Soc. 1; White Cap 4; FAIR 2; 
Vorietv Show 1; Float Committee, POW- 
WOW 1,2,3,4. 

SCHUMANN, JAMES J. 

6327 W. Estes 

Chicogo, 46, III. 

Student Bar Assn. 1,2,3; Recent Decisions 

1,2; Judge John V. McCormick Award 1, 

Thomos L. Owens Award 2. 

SCULLY, JOSEPH 
14546 Lennette 
Detroit, 13, Michigan 
Tou Koppa Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Historion 3, 
President 4; Interfroternity Council 4, 
Interfroternity Intromurol Board 3, Chair- 
man 3; LOYOLAN 2,3, Managing Editor 
3, Co-Editor 3; Pow-Wow Weekend 2,3; 
Float Parade Committee 2, General Choir- 
man 3; Blue Key 3,4; Alumni Sec. 4; Pi 
Delta Epsilon 3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4, 
LOYOLA NEWS 1,2; Young Republicans 
2,3, Fine Arts Club 2; Curtain Guild 1; 
Coral Society 1; Historical Society 1,2; 
Loyola Union Activities Board 4; SAL 2,3; 
Variety Show 1,2, Stage Crew 2; Loyola 
Fair 1,2, Ticket Committee 2; WHO'S 
WHO 4; Student President's Committee 4; 
Executive Committee of Internotionol 
Foir 4; Interfroternity Council Representa- 
tive Union Board 4, 



SELKE, MARY K. 

5323 S. Racine Ave. 

Chicago, 9, Illinois 

Pi Gommo Mu 4; Coed Club 4; Loyola 
Historical Society 3,4. 

SEPER, STEPHEN J. 

1658 Burling Street 

Chicago, III. 

LOYOLA NEWS 1; Loyola Men 3; Histori- 
cal Society 3, Young Democrats 3, AUSA 
2. 

SIGBORN, ELEANOR J 
5458 W Berenice 
Chicogo, 41, III. 

Sodality 1; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Histoncol 
Society 1,2,3,4; World Federlists 3,4; 
LOYOLAN 3,4, Co-Editor 4; Pi Gammo 
Mu 3,4; Modern Language Club 2; De- 
bate Society 2,3, SAL 2,3, Senior Gift 
Fund 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Young Repub- 
licans 4. 

SIMUNEK, DOROTHY 

3512 South Highland 

Berwyne, III. 

Humon Relations 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres 4; 
Coed Club 2,3,4; Foreign Student Assn. 
4; Modern Language Club 3, Historicol 
Society 2; Psychological Society 3 

SIUDA, DONNA M. 

2437 N. Central Pk. 

Chicogo, III. 

Theto Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Voriety Show 
Chrmn. 2,3, Rush Chrmn 3, Pledge Mist- 
ress 4, Coed Club 1,2; Loyolon 3; Pow- 
Wow Donee Choi^man 3; University 
Weekend Decorotions Chrmn. 3; Historicol 
Society 3,4; SAL 1,2,3,4; Union Boord 4, 
Fine Arts Council Rep. 4; Freshman 
Orientotion Committee 4 

SMITH, SANDRA L. 

1 96 E. Delaware 

Chicago, III. 

Historical Society 1,2; Variety Show 4 

SOLZAK, BONITA A 

859 Lowrence 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Social Chrmn. 3; 
Theto Phi Alpha 2,3,4; Gerord Manley 
Hopkins 3; Historical Society 1; Fine Arts 
Club 1. 

SPELLMAN, DIANE G. 
6 N. Lamon 
Chicago, 111. 

Historical Society 1, Coed Club 1,2,3,4, 
Big Sister Chrmn. 3; Psychology Club 2,3, 
4. 

SPIREK, DENNIS G. 

5246 W Winono 

Chicago, III. 

Swimming Team 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4; Assn. U. S. Army 3,4; Loyola Rifle 
Club 3,4, Pres. 3; ROTC Rifle Teom 1,2, 
3,4, Asst. Capt 2. 

SWINEHART, DAVID P 
51 15 Fairfield Ave 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Tou Koppo Epsilon 1,2,3,4, LOYOLA 
NEWS 2,3,4, Mng. Ed. 3, Editor 4; 
CADENCE 3; ENOSIS 2,3; Union Boord 4; 
Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Student Presidents 
Committee 4; Variety Show Pub. Chrmn 
1961; AUSA. 2,3,4; Historical Society 
3; Young Democrats 3,4, Exec. Bd 1961. 

SYMANSKI, ANDREW W. 
216 West St. 
Westville, III 

Pi Alpha Lambda 1,2,3,4, Pi Gommo Mu 
4; Rifle Team 1,2,3, Copt. 2,3; AUSA 
1,2,3,4; Arts Council 3, Treos. 3. 



SYSLO, BRO. ALAN M. CSV. 

6231 N. Sheridan Rd. 

Chicago, III. 

Beta Alpho Psi 3,4, Vice Pres 4. 

SZI6ETI, VIRGINIA A. 

9228 S. Greenwood 

Chicogo, III. 

Coed Club I, Human Relotions Club 2,3,4 

LOYOLA NEWS 2,3,4; 

TAMBURRINO, MARY T. 
5340 N. Nottingham 
Chicago, 111. 
Theto Phi Alpha 2,3,4; Historical Society 
1,2; Sociol Choirmon of Delawore Hall 3, 
Pi Gommo Mu 4, Coed Club 1,2; Variety 
Show 3,4. 

TARSITANO, GERALD A. 
1 30 S. Lavergne 
Chicogo, III. 
Psi Omega 1,2,3,4, Grand Master 3,4, 
DENTAL SCHOOL NEWS 3,4, Co-Editor 
3,4; American Assn of Dentol Editors 4, 
Dentol School Choir 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres 4, 
Senior Closs Secretary 4; Blue Key 4; 
Dental School Student Council 3,4, Sfu- 
ent American Dentol Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

TATE, MARIE T. 

2748 W. Belmont 

Chicago, III 

Coed Club 1,3,4, Sec. 4; Phi Sigma Tou 

3,4, Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 3,4, 

Historical Society 1,2,3; Young Democrats 

3, Equestrian Society 3; Fine Arts Club 4, 
LOYOLAN 4 

TAVARES, CHARLES A 

710 S. Ashland Ave 

Chicago, 7, III 

Senior Class Vice-Pres 4; Dentol Student 

Council Representative 2, Delta Sigma 

Delta 1,2,3,4, Historian 4. 

TENGBLAD, JOAN M 

9163 S. Oakley 

Chicago, III 

Alpha Tou Delta 1,2,3,4, SNAI 1,2,3,4, 

Executive Bd. Member 3, Coed Club 1,2,3, 

4, External Relations Chrmn 2; LSC Pres 
3, Big Sister Chrmn 4; Sophomore Class 
Pres. 2; Nursing Council Treos. 2, S A L. 
2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2; Historical Society 
1. 

THEISEN, HERBERT J. 
1523 Highland Ave. 

Chicago, 26, Ml. 
Tou Delta Phi 2,3,4. 

TULKE, EGOU A. 

4600 N. Beocon St. 

Chicago, 40, III 

WALDECK, DENNIS J. 

1011 N. Farmington Rd 

Peoria, III 

Young Democrats 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4, 

Loyola Hall Council 2,3; Historical Society 

1,3; Pi Gammo Mu 3,4. 

WALKER, ROGER W 
6540 N, Lokewood 

Chicogo, III. 
Psychology Club 3,4. 

STUMPF, THOMAS F. 
9319 S. Troop St. 
Chicago, 20, III. 
Marketing Club 3,4; Accounting Club 2, 
BS. AD. Senior Gift Fund Drive 4; Loyola 
Men 2,3; S A.L. 3,4, Delta Sigmo Pi 2,3, 
4; AUSA. 3,4 

SURMA, KATHLEEN M. 
221 1 W. Walton St. 
Chicogo, 22, III. 
Coed Rifle Teom 3; N.R.S Rifle Club 3; 
Coed Club 2,3; Wossmon Biological Soci- 
ety 1,2,3; Phi Sigmo Tou 2,3,4. 

SVETE, BARBARA J. 

3510 Monticello Blvd 

Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

S.A.M. 3, S.A.' . 4; Equestrion Society 3. 



SWARTZ, MARGUERITE A. 

2635 N. Spoulding Ave. 

Chicogo, III. 

SWICK, GERARD A, 

806 S. Vine 

Pork Ridge, III. 

Alpha Sigmo Nu 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3, 

4, Debote Society 1,2,3,4; 

SWIETON, NANCY A 
1909 S. 12th Ave. 
Moywood, III. 
SNAI. 1,2,3,4, Alpho Tau Delta 2,3,4; 
Historian 3; Nursing Council 4, Treos. 4; 
Sodolity 1, Variety Show 1,2; Loyolo Fair 
1,2 

WALL, ROBERT L, 
7247 S. Luella 
Chicogo, III. 
Student Presidents Committee 4; Leader^ 
ship Awards 2,3; Intramurols 1,2,3,4, 
All Star Football Teom 4, Founder's Day 
Leodership Award Business Admin 4; 
WHO'S WHO 4; Blue Key 3,4, President 
4 

WARD, JOHN J 
5028 S. Carpenter St. 
Chicago, 9, III. 
Sigmo Lambda Beta 1,2,3,4, Treos 1,2, 
Secy. 2; Union Boord Congressman 1,2, 
President 4, University College Student 
Council 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 1,2, Mbr. ot 
Large 3, Pres. 2; Blue Key 3,4, Univ. Coll. 
Delegote 3,4; Alpha Sigmo Nu 4; 
LOYOLA NEWS 3,4, U.C. Columnist; 
SAM 4, WHO'S WHO 4, Founder's Doy 
Gold Medallion Recipient 4; Founder's 
Doy Undergroduote Speaker 4; Dean's 
Key 2. 

WEHRLE, GEORGE E 

34 Mallery Ave 

Elgin, III. 

Tau Koppo Epsilon 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tou 

3,4; Econ-Finonce Society 4; Intramurols 

1,2,3,4. 

WIEMBLER, GEORGE E. 

5733 N. Monten 

Chicogo, III. 

Psychological Society 3,4. 

WILCZEK, PATRICIA A. 

5048 W. Hutchinson St. 

Chicogo, III. 

Fine Arts Club 4; Human Relations Club 
3, Vice- Pres. 3; Historicol Society 2,3; 
Modern Longuoge Club 2. 

WILKUS, ROBERT J 

10859 S. Peorio St. 

Chicogo, 43, III. 

Tou Koppo Epsilon 2,3, Pledgemaster 3; 
Wosmann Biologicol Society 1,2,3; Phi 
Sigmo Tau 1,2,3,4; Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Sec. 
3,4; S.A.M. A. 1,2,3,4; Historical Society 
1; Loyolo Union Congress 2, Delegate 2. 

WILTRAKIS, JOHN N. 

6356 N. Paulina St. 

Chicago, 26, III. 

Pi Gommo Mu 3,4; Young Republicons 3, 
4; Fine Arts Club 4. 

WISNIEWSKI, PETER M. 

2859 W. 22nd PI. 

Chicago, III. 

Alpho Delto Gommo 2,3,4, Treos. 3,4; 
LOYOLA NEWS 3,4, Asst. Sports Editor 4; 
Intramurols 3,4, Copt 4. 

ZIEMBA, RITA D. 

1 1744 S, Peoria 

Chicogo, III. 

Coed Club 4, Historicol Society 3,4; Pi 
Gommo Mu 4. 



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PHOTOGRAPHY INDEX 



Aagard, Bob 175, 222 

Abel, Dr. D,, Herbert 202, 115 

Abraham, Julius 97, 168 

Accordini, Sandy 300 

Ackermari, James E. 342 

Adams, Beverly 30, 31 

Adams, Jack D. 263, 284, 342 

Adams, Kathleen 71 

Adams, L. Kent 342 

Ahern, Rev. Eugene 123 

Ahiua, Dr. Yog 1 19 

Akers, Dr. 154 

Alekna, Vitas P. 342 

Alesia, Kathryn P. 342 

Alex, Jim 184,215,264,342,386 

Alexander, Dennis 231 

Allard, Harold 78 

Allard, Mrs. Harold 78 

Allison, Dr. John R. 137 

Amato, Joseph J. 342 

Amature, Dr. Frank 136 

Ambrosia, Angeline 159 

Amidei, Morion 196, 269 

Amidei, Paul 206, 238, 239A, 342 

Anderson, Shirley 167 

Anderson, Thomas P. 107 

Andre, Marjorie 119 

Andrulis, Lonnie 97 

Andrychowski, Dolores 30, 31 

Anglickis, Richard 90 

Anglum, Essie 158, 159 

Anglum, Mary 213 

Annarino, Jim 279 

Annoni, Jerry 263 

Anstett, Diane 10, 18, 19, 23, 259, 342 

Antonacci, Lou 279 

Antonucci, June L. 269, 342 

Antes, Theodore W. 324 

Anzalotta, Jose 342 

Apostol, Dr. 118 

Apostol, Roberto Z. 119 

Armamentos, Robert G. 119 

Armonda, Albert J. 343 

Arnold, Dr. Lloyd L. 1 13, 119 

Ascherl, Carol 343 

Asterino, Joseph 279, 343 

Astoves, Steve 263 

Atwell. James 128 

Auer, Leroy F. 343 

Augustyn, Frank 204, 208, 209, 218, 245, 343 

Aumuller, Jan 243, 389 

Austin, Robert 343 

Austin, Sondra 302 

Auw, Dorothy 170 

Avery, Mr. Randolph 35 

Awad, Olfat 157 

B 

Babernoc, Sally 196, 210 
Babon, Barbara 210 
Babyck, Doug 264 
Baginski, Richard J. 279, 343 
Baine, Margaret 218 
Baker, Dolores 33, 204 
Bolawender, Connie 228B 
Bolmfort, John 95 
Bomberger, Mary Ann 260, 343 
Bandera, Richard 214 
Baran, Jeanette M. 344 
Barker, Jeremy 1 17, 205 
Barnard, Jim 279 
Barnes, John 193 
Barnett, Mary Anne 259 
Bornett, Frank J. 344 
Barney, Joseph 135 
Baron, Alfredo M. 258, 344 
Baronojesky, George 279 
Barresi, Victor F. 263, 344 
Barrett, Diane 215 
Barrett, Donald 91, 175 
Barrett, Margaret 302 
Barros, Filomena B. 344 
Barry, Dr. James 116 
Barry, Patrick J. 85, 344 
Bortels, Margaret 260 
Basso'o, Sue 303 
Bastien, Leota C. 344 
Bator, Robert 1 16 
Baylock, Pat 210, 215 
Bayne, Margaret F, 344 
Beach, Wayne 95, 294, 345 
Becker, Ginny 18, 303 
Becker, Dr Walter 143 
Bednorz, Michael A. 345 



186, 211, 264, 345 



Begy, Hugh G. 345 

Beliard, Jean 44 

Bellipanni, Frank 263, 345 

Bellinger, Frank O. 297, 345 

Bednorz, Bernadine E. 345 

Bellock, Rev. Raymond F. 123 

Bend, Charles 263 

Bergab, Mary 243 

Bergen, Mary 179, 204, 241, 243, 303 

Bergewisch, Rev. Fred F. 123 

Bergmann, Joseph B. 345 

Bergren, Joan 303 

Bergren, Judy 207 

Bernosky, John 128 

Berry, Richard 72 

Bertaus, Bonnie 208 

Berteaux, Bonnie 179 

Best, Dr. James E. 138 

Betonti, Elizabeth 213 

Bettag, Alyce 345 

Bickel, Mary Ann 345 

Biel, Mane 191, 300 

Bien, Rev. John W. 60, 151, 221 

Biestek, Rev. Felix P., S.J. 60, 167 

Biggins, James 234 

Billimack, John 12, 13, 86, 174, 

Birkholy, Beth 303 

Bissell, Mrs. Cushman 64 

Bissell, Cushman B. 70 

Bitto, Jim 191 

Blake, Marion 135 

Blonchfield, Tom 264 

Blau, Butch 186, 201, 216, 345 

Blickenstaff, Dr. John E. 137 

Bhgh, Rev. John F., S.J. 123 

Blizzard, Mabel 202 

Block, Walter 74 

Bluhm, Jeon 292 

Bootright, Jerry 279 

Bobernac, Sally 215 

Boesze, Laszio J. 345 

Bogaerts, Chorlene 195 

Bohe, Bruce 263 

Bojanowski, Thaddeus J. 346 

Boke, Bruce R. 346 

Bokor, Brenda 346 

Bolan, Douglas G, 346 

Bolsenga, Mary Kay 196 

Bolsye, Layslo 206 

Bonofide, Bruce 305 

Bonomo, Donald 263, 346 

Bonovich, Robert 176 

Bosley, Floyd 315 

Boreland, William 90, 264 

Borrelli, Dr. Thomas 130 

Bossarte, Mary L. 346 

Bostyon, Dick 279 

Bouchonville, Beo 163 

Bourgault, Pricilla 154 

Bova, Phyllis 260 

Bowe, Augustine J. 70 

Bowers, Gaye 304 

Bowman, Winifred 118 

Boyac, Bob 254 

Boylan, Winnie 293 

Boyle, Patrick 207 

Bradford, Jim 254 

Bradley, Sue 195, 314 

Bromer, John 150 

Bronstrader, William R 346 

Brandt, Anne 243 

Branigan, Mary E. 10, 346 

Brannen, Pot 254 

Brannon, Karolyn 24, 314 

Brehm, Janet 218 

Brennan, James 347 

Brennan, Mike 200 

Brannen, Patrick 90 

Brennan, Jerome 248 

Brennan, Richard J. 347 

Brennan, John 1 1 6 

Brescia, Dr. Nichola 139, 141 

Bresinghom, Mary T. 347 

Sresley, Ken 175, 192, 211, 186 

Bresnahan, Bartholomew F 347 

Brettschneider, Tom 28 

Brinkman, Judy 93, 258 

Brockhaus, Sue 10, 14 

Brooks, Lawrence 202 

Brophy, James 17, 28, 30, 31, 174, 182, 184, 244, 

290, 291 
Brophy, Jere E 347 
Brophy, Tom 200 
Brown, Elayne 292, 293 
Brown, Garth 263 
Brown, John 347 



84, 348 

37, 258, 259, 348 



Brown, Michael 128 

Brown, Pat 196, 200, 202, 268 

Browning, Alfred 202 

Bruin, Gerald 278 

Bruner, Glen 279 

Brusky, Ellen 389 

Brust, Jane 196 

Byrd, Diane 302 

Brylka, Vincent R., OEM 347 

Buban, Barbara J. 347 

Buckley, Kevin 1 17 

Buettner, Thomas A. 347 

Buiko, Irene 292 

Buhl, William 78 

Buhl, Mrs. William 78 

Bulger, Richard 243, 290 

Burbach, Pat 196 

Burch, Dr. William 138, 144 

Burke, Jack 264 

Burke, Robert 117, 278, 347 

Burke, Romano 167 

Burke, Sharon 304 

Burloge, Rev. Carl, S.J. 109, 119 

Burns, Dawson 279, 278 

Burns, Mary 347 

Busa, Allen J. 174, 

Bush, James E. 348 

Bussert, Mary K. 16, 

Bussey, Henry II 122 

Butowski, James 14 

Butzek, James 27, 290 

Buyinos, John 279 

Buzenos, John 141 , 348 

Byrnes, Anne 303 

Bysino, Richard 21 1, 348 



Calabrese, Athony C. 348, 215 

Caldwell, Michael 149 

Call, Robert W. 348 

Callahan, Dr. James J. 11, 152, 153 

Campbell, Clifford J. 16 

Campbell, Robert K. 348 

Candice, Noel 296 

Cannon, James J. 119 

Cannon, John 96, 348 

Cantillon, Daniel 254, 255 

Coppoert, William E. 348 

Coputo, Nick 201 

Cordello, Joseph 97 

Corey, Jacquline M. 348 

Corey, Marilyn 92, 160, 161 

Corey, Thomas J. 348 

Carney, Joseph 263 

Coron, Robert 253 

Carpenter, Richard V 147 

Carrigan, Nancy 92, 93 

Carroll, John L. 349 

Carroll, Phil 296 

Carroll, Richard 264, 349 

Carroll, Thomas J. 279, 349 

Caruso, Jeonnette 202, 268 

Caruso, JoAnne 33, 202, 268 

Cosello, Elaine 196 

Casey, Gerry 264 

Casey, Dr. Patrick 1 16 

Casey, Thomas 284 

Cossareto, Albert 218 

Cassaretto, Dr. Frank 114, 191 

Casserly, Michael G. 349 

Cossidy, Elizabeth 302 

Catania, Anthony 214 

Catania, Francis J, 1 19 

Catarello, Joseph 279 

Caufield, Charles F. 349 

Cavanaugh, William 116 

Cavender, Missy 391 

Celoto, Francis 95 

Cerniak, Jerry 296, 298 

Chamberlain, Frank 125 

Chambers, James 116 

Cherry, Richard 126 

Chesna, Barbara Jo 194 

Chidchimo, Carmen 264 

Chidekel, Dr. Samuel 1 15 

Chiostri, Randy 288 

Chisholm, John R 349 

Chisholm, Rod 279 

Chitochino, Carmen 201 

Chivierut, Sharon 213 

Chonis, Christine 171 

Chowat, Sue 268 

Chromicz, Joyce 207 

Chuman, Jerome M. 349 

Church, Thomas 201, 349 



406 



350 
31J 



119 



59, 61, 346 
350 



Church, Mrs. Marguerite 16 

Chwierut, Sharon 213, 258, 259 

Cincinelli, Ronald 5. 350 

Cipolla, Sam 214, 217, 350 

Cizon, Dr. Francis 122 

Clark, Cathy 196 

Clark, Dr. Earl J. 206, 116 

Clarkson, Rita 1 16 

Claus, Dr. Albert 120 

Clausen, Joseph 263 

Clausen, Steve 263 

Ciawson, Stonley H. 350 

Clifford, Erin 41, 207, 389 

Clodzinski, Joseph 201 

Cody, Ronald 88 

Coffey, Daniel 127 

Coffey, Jack 218 

Coffey, Michael D. 229, 350 

Coggesholl, Mr. Lowell T. 16 

Cogger, Mary Fran 302 

Colbach, Edward M. 350 

Collenke, Joseph 368 

Collins, Richard J. 133, 279, 350 

Collins, Sue 350, 386, 392 

Collins, Thomas A. 350 

Colondrea, Paula 258 

Comenduley, Bernard P. 350 

Conarty, Paul 246 

Condon, Mary Beth 350 

Condon, Pat 179 

Conley, Edward J. 

Conley, Jack 164 

Connaughton, Dan 

Connelly, George E 

Connelly, John 1 1 7 

Connolly, Coleman 46, 124,245 

Connolly, Mike 175 

Connolly, John 264 

Conroyd, W. Daniel 

Considine, Daniel R. 

Cook, Elbert D. 35 

Cook, John 263 

Cook, Keith 255, 254 

Cordon, Potricia M. 179, 

Cornell, Bill 148 

Corns, Betsy 207 

Corr, Mary 202 

Coscioni, Joan C. 351 

Courtney, Rev George M 

Cox, James 61 

Cox, Steve 90, 91, 201, 

Chrisham, Thomas M. 351 

Crnokrak, John 216, 314, 315, 351, 375 

Croakley, Jack 127 

Croker, Donald H. 351 

Crot, Dale 389 

Cruz, Wilma E. 351 

Cullen, Bernard W. 44 

Cullen, Marylee 21, 179, 180, 

Cunningham, Edward 192, 211 

Cunningham, Peter 16, 95, 263, 352 

Curoe, Thomas J. 352 

Curylo, Pat 197 

Cusick, Daniel 288, 289 

Cusick, Ralph 85 

Cutler, Kav 84, 92, 179, 258, 352 

Cuva, Anthony 352 

Cwikia, Joanne 93, 179, 184, 352 

Czepiel, Stan 191 



Dobek, Dorothy 302 
Dallstream, Andrew J. 70 
Daly, Maggie 45 
Domm, John R, 352 
Dommann, J. Francis 70 
Done, Borbara 93, 259 
Dannenhauer, Karen 191 
Darline, Diane 196 
Dornell Tom 279 
Dash, Karl A. 352 
Dastic, Bill 263 
David, Richard C. 352 
Davis, Paul 117, 14 
Davis, Shirley Mae 96 
Dawson. Dr. Paul 138, 142, 279 
Dean, Ethel M. 353 
Dean, Marie 292 
Dean, Thomas A. 69 
Defrees, Donald 70 
De Gaetano, John 203 
Dehler, Rev. William 123 
Delia, Janet 206, 238, 239 
Delo, Richord 95, 174, 279, 353 
De Luca, Richard J. 353 



197, 208, 246, 351 

123 
254 



197, 200, 213, 351 
264, 292 



60, 
27, 



156 



Demetry, James L. 279, 353 

Dempsey, William 1 16 

Dempsy, James 192 

Dendler, Kathy 195 

Denman, Terrence L. 353 

Dennington, Emmet 294, 295 

Dennington, Thomas E. 353 

Dentzer, Frank 290 

Dentzer, John 85, 96, 174, 248 

Dera, Madonna 213 

Dessimoz, Mike 83, 175, 253 

De Stefano, Alex E. 353 

Deszcz, Esther C. 10, 259, 353 

Devane, Joseph 121 

DeVicci, Carry 268 

DeVito, Margaret 218 

Devito, Thomas C. 353 

DeVitt, Larry 253 

Dickinson, Donald H. 122, 199 

Digate, Andy 211, 353 

Digote, Tony 392 

Dillon, Dennis 126 

Dillon, John 353 

DioGuardi, Sandra 195, 304 

Discher, Joan 14, 303 

Dittrich, Janice 259 

Ditz, Dr Gerald 132 

Doherty, Maureen 195, 259 

Dolan, Harry 88, 175, 253 

Dolland, Rev. Stewart E., 5 J. 

Doman, Linda 196, 179, 206 

Domon, Melissa 197 

Dombrowski, Donald 354 

Domes, Sandy 33 

Domm, Dr. Lincoln V. 155 

Donahoe,John P. 134 

Donahue, Ann Marie 260 

Donahue, David 354 

Donahue, Edward M. 88, 186, 354 

Donahue, Mike 264, 391 

Donotelli, Rosemary 115, 381 

Donegan, William J 

Donlon, Berhadette 

Donn, Sharon 18 

Dooley, Marie 293 

Dooling, Mary Ann 

Dores, Don 12, 13 

Dorette, Valerie 207 

Doretti, Marie 207 

Dorf, Gerald L. 354 

Dosek, Roy 264 

Dougol, Ed 376 

Dovichi, Carolyn Y. 268, 269, 355 

Dow, Carolyn E. 355 

Dowling, Thomas J. 355 

Doyle, Charles 121, 170 

Drozek, Alan A. 231, 355 

Dreas, Robert 207 

Dress, Roder E. 355 

Driscoll, Dr Richard 1 17 

Drynan, John J. 355 

Duda, Judy 179, 196, 268, 269 

Duffy, Joan 293, 255 

Duffy, Pat 107 

Dugaon, Mimi 19, 18, 23, 258 

Dumke, Gerald D. 355 

Dunogon, David 294 

Duncan, Mike 218, 355 

Dunne, Dick 82, 175, 254, 255 

Dupre, Suzanne 88, 260 

Dwyer, John 214 

Dwyer, Margaret 167 

Dwyer, Patrick E. 355 

Dyba, Thomas 71 

Dybas, Diane 355 



Erickson, Michael 219 
Eulenberg, Alexander 70 
Evans, Jim 263 



354 
207 



194, 195 
289, 354 



Eagen, James 128 

Earle, Colleen 28 

Eorley, Bob 200 

Eckert, Robert J. 356 

Eckstein, Gregory T. 356 

Egan Jack 315 

Egon, James J. 356 

Egan, Robert 206, 239, 243 

Egqers, James 157 

liichler, Thomos 128 

Filer, Margaret 210 

Eisenman, James 218 

Ehlert, Troy 356 

Elder, Bud 294 

England, Ron 294 

Fnnis, Carol 197 

Entrup, Connie 28 

Erdmann, James 207, 297 



Fabbri, Dominic 356 

Fahey, Rev. John J. 123 
353 Fahrenbach, John 174, 247, 290 

Foirchild, Mrs. Nancy 92 

Faith, Dennis 356 

Foljense, Jackie 17 

Farkas, Bernard 97, 168 

Forrell, Alice 184, 197, 247, 356 

Forrell, Very Rev. Walter L. 123 

Farrelly, Lawrence, C.S.V. 356 

Faust, Elizabeth 215 

Federici, Dr. Mario 1 18 

Federovics, Zenio 215 

Fedorka, Kenneth J. 356 

Fedorovics, Zenio 356 

Feinberg, Michael B. 356 

Feit, Kenneth P. 109, 176, 180, 200, 200, 209, 209, 
356 

Felhaber, Thomas 279 

Felice, Rev. John J. 52, 76, 123 

Fennessy, Cecelia 159 

Fernandez, John 157 

Ferrini, James 175, 248 
104, 112 Ferris, Constance 159 

376, 354, 292, 293 Fiedor, Deeon 389 

Field, Marshall, Jr. 16 

Filos, Rev. Froncis 1 12, 123 

Finley, Leo 278, 279 

Finnegan, Eugene M., O.5.M. 357 

Finnell, Roger 214 

Firling, Kenneth 305 

Fischer, Rev. Franklin C. 60 

Fish, Julianna 179, 195, 258, 259 

Fisher, Edward 273 

Fishbein, Steven 357 

Fitzgerald, Cecilia A. 357 

Fitzgerald, Edward 254 

Fitzpatrick, Gertrude 300 

Fitzgerald, John 61 

Fitzgerold, Robert 85 

Fitzgerald, Sally 18 

Fitzgerald, Thomas 253 

Fitzpotrick, Trudy 195 

Flaherty, Kevin 128 

Flanagan, Jane 202, 389 

Flanagan, John 121 

Flanagan, Matthew N. 357 

Flanagan, Norton 16 

Flanagan, Thomas 216 

Fletcher, Dr. Jackson P. 145 

Fletcher, James 200, 246 

Flint, Thomas 279 

Florek, Anthony 202 

Flores, EIroy 128 

Flynn, John E. 357 

Foley, John F. 357 

Folius, Stella 215 

Follico, Ernest S. 357 

Fontona, Joanne 219, 357 

Ford, William 200 

Ford, Mary Beth 258 

Forde, Kevin 96, 175, 248 

Forkins, J 147 

Forster, Kereen 10, 179, 258, 358 

Forman, Kenneth 279 

Fox, Rev. Robert J., S.J 76, 213 

Foys, Robert M. 358 

Francis, Dr. Carter 176 

Franke, William 368 

Franz, Sheldon 128 

Frecko, Sue 302, 303, 292 

Freeberg, Thomas 211 

Freedman, Carl 95, 358 

French, David 278 

Freborg, Thomas 264 

Friedman, Gary D 148, 248, 358 

Frieberg, Carter 115 

Friend, Eve 31 

Frizol, Wr. S. M. 201, 132, 264 

Frymark, Paul 294 

Fugita, Minoru 205 

Fulbright, James 294 

Pullman, Carol 27 

Fuller, Warren 21 1, 264 



Gabriel, Luey 302 
Gagin, Capt. John 
Gohagan, William 



118 
128 



407 



Gaherin, John 207 

Goisar, Frank 279 

Gaiziunes, Andrew 31 

Golarneault, Dr. Thomas P., Jr. 151 

Galea, Rev. Anthony, S.J. 115 

Gall, Bert 358 

Gallagher, Janet 195, 304 

Gallagher, James 249 

Gallagher, Dr. Ligeia 116 

Gallagher, Nancy 72, 237 

Gollagher, Rev. Ralph 54, 112, 122, 164, 165 

Gollegos, David D. 358 

Galvin, Frank 200 

Gardiner, William 86, 175, 246, 285, 289, 391 

Gardner, James 253 

Gargiulo, Dr. Anthony W. 138 

Gartman, Capt. Frank 118 

Garvey, Dennis 120 

Garvey, Michael 358 

Garvey, Mrs Winifred 142 

Garvin, Lawrence T. 273, 358 

Gouggel, Hermann 128 

Gauthier, Bud 263 

Gavin, Donald 96 

Gav.n, Dr. Frank 294, 295 

Gavin, Mike 216, 311, 315, 313, 358, 375 

Geary, Catherine 122, 219 

Geddi, Frances 159, 160 

Geffinger, Margaret 303, 18, 389, 197 

Geiger, Eleanore 358 

Gehnos, Emil 279 

Gellermon, Gerald L. 358 

Genus, Raymond J. 358 

Georgen, Gerald 95 

Gerber, Larry 174, 359 

Gerdina. John 242, 246, 290 

Gerhard, Dr. Rinert 145 

Geriebe, Ed 279 

Gernetts, Dr. John S. 110, 116 

Gerst, Rev. Charles 1 17 

Gianoli, John 359 

Gibbons, Margaret C. 359 

Giedraitis, Victor 31 

Giese, Vincent 128 

Gill, Mary 359 

Gill, Winnie 293 

Gitmore, Monica 196, 218 

Gilmore, Nicki 268 

Gilmour, Peter 206 

Gilmour, Steve 109, 214 

Gineman, Audrey 214 

Giuffre, Lt, Col. Matthew 118, 113 

Givins, Edward D. 359 

Glancey, Alvina 169 

Glaser, Judy 105 

Glatt. Hannelore 89, 179, 184, 186, 197, 208, 210, 

247, 359 
G'edhill, Bernard 193 
Glenn, Thomas 128 
Glynn, Daniel 91, 359 
Coins, Beverly R. 359 
Golossini, Roger 148 
Goldblatt, Mr. Joel 16 
Goldstein, Ray 218 
Gongol, Barbara 18, 36, 202 
Golec, Jo Ann 304 
Golian, Kenneth R. 360 
Gollisco, Ernie 279 
Gonzalez, Manuel 118 
Gonzalez, Sheri 202, 243, 303 
Goodrich, Martha 159 
Gordon, Donald 144 
Gorecki, Joseph 360 
Gormon, Terry 279 
Gorman, Dr Thomas 116 
Grabiak, Gregory 159 
Grace, Helen 160, 92 
Grady, Lawrence 91, 41, 175, 186, 360 
Graham, Diane 10 
Grams, Susan 207 
Gronafh, Bruce B. 360 
Grant, Rev Gerald 170, 226 
Grant, Poul 164 
Gray, Kav 207, 304 
Greco, Mike 12, 13 
Greco, Pete 264 

Green, Frederick 17, 27, 31, 208, 306, 209, 174, 290 
Green, James 263 
Greetis, Leonard 360 
Greisen, Norman 279, 360 
Grey, Al 279 
Grey, Ina 302 
Grey, Kay 14 
Grimes, John 254. 361 
Grimm, Carroll 154 
Griswold, Lyn 303 



Gross, Mary Lee 24, 41, 314 
Gruenther, Alfred 55 
Guarino, Frank 361 
Gubala, Marion 171 
Guccione, Julius 278, 279 
Guerra, Tom 211, 264 
Guifre, Lt. Col. Matthew 192 
Guschwan, Andrew 361 
Gutierrez, Norma 361 
Guzik, Philip 361 

H 

Hackett, Jim 253 

Hadek, Dr. Robert 155 

Haeger, John 296, 298 

Hall, Chuck 202 

Hall, Warren 361, 368 

Homer, Carol 389 

Hammond, Harold 95, 294, 361 

Handsun, Dr Richard 142 

Handy, James P. 361 

Hanley, Donald 91, 201 

Hannan, John 71 

Hanson, Walter S. 361 

Hardman, Claire L. 361 

Hardner, John 126 

Harkness, Gerry 216, 314, 315, 375 

Harper, Grace 159 

Harper, Joan 159, 160 

Harper, William A. 

Harries, Don 1 75 

Harris, James 12, 

292, 289 
Hartigon, Niel F. 1 



361 




13, 


16, 


86, 361, . 


148, 


362 


, 175, 50, 



249 



149 



120, 146 



123 



119 



115, 128 



Hortman, Mike 

Hartman, Willis 8, 168 

Hartnett, Rev. Robert C 

Harty, Martin 234 

Harvanek, Rev. Robert 15 

Harvey, Mary Ann 259, 93, 93, 258 

Haskell, Rev Robert 202 

Hastings, William M, 362 

Hauff, Thomas 95, 36, 263 

Hawkins, Kathleen 362, 179, 259 

Hawkins, Thomas F. 59 

Hoyden, Pot 210, 303 

Hayes, Rev. J. Donald 27, 76, 212, 305 

Hayes, John C. 146, 147, 61 

Hayes, Joseph 78 

Hayes, Mrs. Joseph 78 

Hayes, Mary Ellen 362 

Hoyes, Rita 389, 18 

Hayes, William 201 

Haynes, Thomas C. 16 

Heoly, Rev. Thomas I. 

Heberg, Edward 1 1 7 

Hecht, Rev. Torrens 113, 

Hefferman, Mary D. 362 

Heffron, Pearl 122 

hleikes, Grahame 95 

Heinzel, Donald J. 362 

Henderson, Rev. Laurence 

Hendricks, Sue Ann 249 

Henek, John F, 362 

Henoly, Rev. Robert E. 

Henks, Ann 170 

Henner, Jo Ann 20, 38 

Henning, Kenneth 12, 13, 86, 120, 279 

Hennis, Jim 191 

Herbert William 201, 254 

Herr, Rev. Vincent V. 113, 

Hershinow, Helen 242 

Hertzel, Mori 304 

Hessel, William 207, 363 

Hetrick, Pat 253 

Higgins, Gerald L. 363 

Hill, James 31 

Hillenbrand, Barry 243 

Hinners, Dr. Richard 193 

Hissoki, Dr. Kenichi K. 114 

HIavaty, Lois 303 

Hodous,Cathy 392, 363 

Hoffman, Judy 170 

Hogan, Maureen 196, 207 

Holmes, Dolores 363 

Holmes, Henry M. 363 

Honig, Frank J. 363 

Honley, Don 264 

Hopkinson, Mary Ann 

Horan, Karen 389 

Hoskins, Nancy 389 

Hoskins, Terry 264 

Hosteny, Joanna M 

Hostert, George 363 

Houlihan, Agnes M. 



123 



121 



87, 363, 258 



Houlihan, Virginia C. 363 
Housten, David 279 
Howard, Vincent 204 
Hubney, Ed 279 
Huber, Don 264 
Hudrlik, Jerry 128 
Hudson, Dave 228 
Hudson, John W. 114, 228 
Hueser, Barbara 363 
Huffine, Eugene A. 364 
Hughes, Ellen 202 
Hummert, Dr. Paul 204 
Hunter, Les 311, 312, 314, 
Hunter, Phyllis 292 
Huntes, Christ 263 
Hurley, Mary Lou 259 
Hurley, William 1 15 
Hurtibise, Rev. Mark 76, 123 
Huston, Dr. John 1 14 
Hyndiuk, Robert A. 364 
Hynes, Thomas C. 364, 248 



I 



315 



364 



Ichniowski, Richard F. 
Indurante, Marie 117 
Ingles, Eugene 263 
Ingrando, Dominic 364 
Ireland, Kathy 314, 24 
Ireland, George 315, 308 
Ishmael, Raymond 230 
Ivans, Dr Michael 142 
Iwasaki, Don 263 



309 



J 



196, 
363 



197, 210, 363, 246 



Jackson, Dr. Kenneth 117, 209 

Jacobson, Jerome 169 

Joglarski, Patricia 228, 364 

Jagodzinski, Benjamin 364 

Jakalski, Donald 364 

James, Ruth 364 

Joncauskas, Raymond 132 

Joncko, Henry 202 

Jonka, Henry 364 

Jonowiak, Kenneth 364 

Jarabak, Dr. Joseph 139, 144 

Jarecki, Ray 253 

Jaryembowski, Martin 202 

Jaskoski, Dr. Benedict 114 

Jeffers, Martin A. 364 

Jendras, Victor J. 

Jenkinson, Diane 208 

lerz, Sandra J. 365 

Jiminez, Susanne 170 

Job, Dr. Thrsle T. 153 

Johns, Jack 207, 365 

Johnson, Earl 318 

Johnson, Jack 264 

Johnson, Joseph 365 

Johnson, Verda 210 

Jones, Dave 254 

Jones, Llewellyn 294 

Jones, Martin 17 

Jones, Richard 207 

Jorgensen, Franklin 365 

Jorgensen, Wayne 10 

lost, Kenneth 207 

Joyce, Patrick 85, 184, 204, 241 

Jozwiak, John 132 

Judge, Charles 278 

Julian, Mary Ellen 296 

Jung, Connie 196 

K 

Kacpala, Stan 294 
Kaiser, Dr. Leo M. 115 
Koleto, Ed 290 

Komm, Melvin J. 82, 149, 365 
Kompwirth, Ronald 176 
Komyez, Ed 264 
Kontor, Stanley 365 
Koptenovic, Kay 303 
Karczmar, Dr. Alexander 
Kortel, Mary 159 
Kosal, Mary Ann 194 
Kosoer, Paul 365, 231 
Kattner, Mary 31, 392, 260 
Kaub, Christine 366 
Kaufman, Peter 217 
Kearney, Roger 366 
Kedge, John 89 
Kellam, Constance 167 
Kelley, Donna 366 
Kelly, Jack 79 



153 



408 



Kelly, John J. 366 

Kelly, Michael 202, 366 

Kelly, Pat 93, 366 

Kelly, Rev. Vincent I 19 

Kemp, Rev. John 109 

Kendall, Robert 366 

Kenedy, Mrs. Helen 159 

Kenneally, Rev. William 147 

Kennedy, Kael 200, 21, 180 

Kennedy, Thomas 121 

Kenny, Rich 290 

Keogh, Kathleen 260 

Keohone, Elaine 197 

Kent, Mary 296, 259 

Kerrigan, Nancy 259 

Kerrigan, Sharon 366 

Kersten, Lawrence 366 

Kiley, Kathleen 292, 293, 366, 18 

Kiley, Mary Lou 293 

King, Barbara 258 

King, Imogene 92 

Kiniery, Dr. Paul 104 

Kiniery, Gladys 158, 159 

Kirby, James 366 

Kirk, Farrell 366 

Kissel, Dan 264 

Kiyior, Toe 279 

Kizior, John 367 

Klest, Marty 290 

Klickman, Nancy 200, 21, 120 

Kloc, Don 279 

Kobler, Fronk 121 

Kochenderfer, Lee 367 

Kochno, Katherine 115 

Koepplinger, Marjorie 159 

Kohler, William 279, 367 

Kohn, Louis 70 

Koldzinski, Joe 264 

Kollintzas, George 74 

KoLan, Ken 279 

Ko'iauka, Jeanine 202 

Kcndoleon, Theodore J. 119 

K'jpian, Allan 37 

Kopp, Jim 184, 290 

'voprowski, Elaine 122 

Kosek, Rich 264 

Kosloskus, Judith A. 92, 93, 367 

Koslowski, Hyacinth 210 

Kostiwa, Dr. Dale 142 

Kotek, Dan 391 

Kotowski, Dan 297 

Kottra, John J. 367 

Koukol, Brian C. 367 

Kourvetaris, George 210 

Koxac, Mary 367 

Kozak, Moniza 87, 179, 269, 367 

Kozik, Barbara 18 

Kozik, Pat 268 

Kozlowski, Hyacinth 215 

Kralin, Ellen 196 

Kramer, John 368 

Krause, Diane 197 

Krippner, George 368 

Kroger, John 368 

Krol, Dr. Arthur 139, 145 

Krol, Edwina 194, 195, 368 

Kroner, John 368 

Kruse, Lance 253 

Kubol, David 1 16 

Kuebrich, David 200 

Kuhinka, Julius 1 1 6 

Kuhl, Eugene 368 

Kuiala, Robert I 17 

Kunath, Donald 31. 175, 192, 210, 

Kunhart, Thomas 368 

Kurata, George 368 

Kurtz, James 128 

Kusek, Richard 133 

Kuta, Virginia 1 14 

Kutas, Alice 260 

Kwasek, Jim 279 

Kwosnik, Ken 201 



La Mastra, Robert 369 
Lombin, Henry 121 
Lambreck, Anita 210 
Lambson, George 294 
Lomendella, John 176 
Lomey, W. L. 147, 249 
Lamping, J. Dennis 107 
Landt, Al 290 
Lane, Jack 263 
Lone, Williom 369 
Lang, Lorraine 369 



368 



Lansu, Phyllis 22 

Laos, Walter 294, 295 

LaPash, Ethel 237 

La Plante, Nelson 1 19 

Loren, Allen 369 

Larkin, Frank 10 

Larney, Dorithy 1 1 5 

Lorsen, Marge 293 

Laski, Phyllis 203 

Laube, Dr.Valeria 118, 215 

Lauter, Alan G. 369 

Laverty, Mary Esther 292, 293, 369 

Lavrinovich, Arlene 369 

Lawrence, Mary Ann 197 

Lowson, Mike 210 

Leaner, Micki 246 

LeBlanc, Mariette 179, 74 

Lechowitz, Jan 22 

LeFevour, Judy 369 

Leibman, Morris 70 

Leifson, Dr. Einar 154,155 

Leiesi, Julius 369 

Leilenberg, Norman 369 

LeMire, William 369 

Lemley, Barbara 259 

Lemming, Rev Bernard, S.J. 15 

Lenihan, Joseph 176 

Lennon, John 122 

Lenox, Winfield 1 16 

Lentz, Robert 294 

Leon, Barbora 206 

Le Saint, Rev. William P. 124 

Leski, Phyllis A. 370 

Levitt, Monte 95, 370 

Levy, Jack 200 

Lewandowski, Marilyn 207, 213, 228 

Lewis, Charles 176 

Lewis, Cindy 303 

Lewis, Mrs. Frank J. 11, 16, 65, 64 

Lewis, John 175, 254 

Leyden, Michael 95 

Leydet, Ernest 176 

Liagminas, Dr. Albin 118 

Lietz, Dr. Paul S. 111,117 

Lim, Dr. Edward 1 14 

Linden, Theodore 127 

Linehon, Dick 21 I 

Linskey, Anne 302 

Lipinski, Theodora L. 370 

Lipouitch, Fred B. 370 

Liput, Joyce 242, 303, 246 

Livlevicius, Au^ke 217 

Loess, Mary K. 370 

Lofky, Jim 263 

Loftus, Kathy 16, 259 

Logue, Peggy M. 370 

Loughery, Gail 197 

Luback, Penny 241, 242 

Lubertozzi, Lawrence G. 370 

Lucas, Jerry 31 1 

Lucatoro, Dr. Frank 143 

Lukas, Nora 215 

Lund, Robert 280 

Lundgreen, Ann 195 

Luneburg, Robert 193, 370 

Lupioski, Teddi 210 

Luschek, Mary Jo 31, 371 

Lusy, Dennis 1 70 

Lutynski, Adam 198, 199 

Luzwik, Ann 210 

Luzbetak, Stephen B. 371 

Lynch, Edward 300 

Lynch, Michael, 86, 91, 

Lynch, Raymond P 371 

Lyons, John M. 371 



46, 255, 254, 247 



Mc 

McAllister, Charles J. 371 
McCabe, James 207 
McConn, Elizabeth 73, 61 
McCann, Ellen Jane 258 
McCarthy, Bonnie L. 371 
McCarthy, Dennis 128 
McCarthy, John 88, 78, 253 
McCarthy, Mrs. John 78 
McCarthy, Mrs. Maurice 78, 248 
McCarthy, Maurice, 78, 96, 174 
McCleary, Rev. Dumas L. 133 
McClory, Rev. Robert 123 
McCloskey, Harry L. 74, 61 
McCluggage, Dr. Robert 117 
McConnell, Mike 174 
McCory, Dr. Charles 1 14 
McCullough, Joseph 132 
McDarren, Valerie 93 



McDermott, Edward J. 371 
McDermott, Margaret 159 
McDonald, John L. 371 
McDonald, Dr. Hugh J. 156 
McDonnell, Brien 88 
McEvoy, Rev. John A. 60 
McFarland, Thomas F. 371 
McGinnis, Lisa 197 
McGoorty, John P. 70 
McGowan, John 192 
McGuan, Patrick 371 
McGuire, Philip J. 371, 248 
McHugh, Alice J. 16, 92, 160 
McHugh, Agatha 202 
Mclnerny, William J. 372 
Mclnga, Casper 200 
Mclntyre, Robert M. 372 
McKenna, Anthony 372 
McKenno, George 117, 214 
McKenzie, Rev. John L. 117 
McKinna, Marilyn 27 
McKinnon, Lois 242, 243, 303 
McLaughlin, Jim 246 
McLaughlin, Tom 284 
McMahon, Eugene F. 372 
McMahon, Maureen 259, 296 
McMonn, Ellen 10 
McMann, Maurice 202 
McNamaro, Georgia 93, 258 
McNulty, Eileen 27, 292 
McPartlin, Mary Louise 171 
McQuode, Daniel 315 

M 

Maastricht, William 371 
Machines, Donald 279 
Macias, Frank A. 372 
Macieiewski, Michael L. 372 
Mackaieski, Rom 197 
Mac'^ryzak, Robert 210 
Madeja, Rosemary 197 
Modonia, Tony 35 
Madonia, John V. 372 
Madonna, Ralph 263 
Madura, James 279 
Magine, Peter E. 372 
Maguire, Very Rev. James 

51, 157, 346 
Mahalak, Emmy Lou 207, 293 
Mahoney, Mary Ellen 389 
Mahoney, Thomas 248 
Maiene, Peter 21 1 
Maika, Darlene 259 
Mojka, Janice 213, 259 
Major, Karen L 292, 293 
Mokozarek, Robert 392 
Mokowski, Therese 304 
Maksym, Ronald 96 
Malec, Michael 88, 372 
Maley, John J. 121 
Malin, Ellen 213, 215, 303 
Molone, Margaret 259 
Malone, Dr. Thomas E. 114 
Moloney, Thomas 372 
Molloy, James 153 
Malloy, Rev. John C , S.J. 71 
Mandarine, Frank 254 
Manno, John 128 
Manzke, Mary 73 
Marciniak, Stan 254 
Mordesich, Matt 279 
Marouette, John 20 
Mariella, Dr. Raymond P. 110, 114 
Marino, Jack F. 290, 372 
Mariot, Mary Therese 14 
Marolewski, Judith L. 373 
Marquis, Katherine A. 373 
Marren, Joseph 96 
Marriot, Mary 297 
Marrs, William 253 
Martes, Mary 197 
Martin, Kevin T. 
Martin, 
Martin, 
Martin, 
Martin, 
Martin, 
Martin 



F. 60, 61, 55, 54, 16, 42, 



197, 372, 381 



18. 31, 290, 373 

Rev. Leo J., S.J. 60 

Loretta 203, 373 

Lynn 194 

Mary 246, 202, 373, 215 

Maureen T. 10, 373, 258 

Stephanie 292, 293 
Marx, Edmund 121 
Moselesich, Mott 279 
Masi, Brother Michael 373 
Mass, Jerry 191 
Masterman, Mary Julia 170 
Mataya, Robert 290 
Materer, Timothy J. 109, 373, 180, 200, 206 



409 



Matousek, Dr. George J. 138, 142 

Matousek, James J. 374 

Matousek, Pat 163 

Motre, Richard A. 134 

Motulis, Thomas 216 

Matviux, William 153 

Matz, Gregory J. 374 

Matz, Joseph 95, 294 

Maurer, Joseph )93 

Maurice, Jerry 263 

Mavigliano, Jean 157 

Mayer, Donold 132 

Mayer, Dr. Raymond 131, 132, 130 

Mayo, Dr. Samuel 115 

Mazza, Joseph J. 374 

Mazzarella, Larry 153 

Meany, Mary Lou 

Meckus, Sharyn 302 

Meier, Dr. Robert 131, 133, 130 

Meirink, Thomas P. 374 

Mekus, Sharyn 207 

Meko, Beatrice E. 374 

Melchoirs, John 120 

Melican, R. E. 374 

Mellinger, Helen 153 

Menez, Dr. Joseph 120 

Menini, Mary Lou 374 

Mentog, Rev. John, S.J. 117 

Merckle, Dottie 92 

Merrill, William 12, 13, 374 

Merfz, Rev. James J., S.J. 27, 115 

Mesiewicz, Robert 294 

Meyer, Herbert 118 

Meyer, William 1 15 

Middleton, Sue 259 

Miedzianowski, Barbara 259 

Miller, Bert 263 

Miller, Ellen 179, 184, 243, 260, 374 

Miller, Frank 201 

Miller, Mary 33, 258, 259 

Miller, Pat 93, 195, 207 

Miller, Ron 315 

Mills, Sandy 196 

Minaltowski, Eugene 374 

Mirek, Bobbi 12, 13, 18, 

Miroballi, Daniel 374 

MisGsi, Nancy 375 

Misiewicz, Robert 375 

Mitchell, Lynn 196 

Mitchell, Toni 218 

Mizerik, Linda 302 

Mocarski, Pamela 84 

Mogilnitsky, Dr. Theodosi 

Moliohan, Elizabeth 115 

Mollihan, William 375 

Molnar, Dr. 134 

Molnar, Edward 215 

Monaco, Rev, Marcellus 123 

Monahan, Frank 375 

Monan, Alice 167 

Montague, Rev. Michael 125 

Moron, Alfred 70 

Moron, Jim 174 

Moravcik, George 254 

Moreth, Joyce 375 

Moriorty, James 128 

Morkunas, James 243 

Morns, William 122, 199, 254 

Morrisoe, Raymond 215, 375 

Morrissey, Ann 197, 293 

Morrissey, John 297 

Morrissy, Roy 28 

Morrow, Dr. Charles 176, 375 

Morse, Virginia 304 

Motolew, Gloria 197 

Mroczek, Pat 292 

Mueller, Greg 296 

Mueller, Kathryn 207 

Mulcahy, Maty Beth 258, 259 

Mulchrone, John 376 

Mullady, Philomena 164 

Mullen, Thomas 376 

Mullen, James 376 

Mullen, Tom 279 

Muilenboch, Robert 89, 376 392 

Muller, Richard 214 

Mulligan, Rev. Robert, S.J. 59, 60, 61 

Mullin, Rev. John 123 

Mullooly, Jeanne 

Mulvihill, Pat 10, 41, 376 

Mundy, Dr. Paul 122 

Muno, Mariann 93 

Munson, Rev. Thomas, S.J. 119, 193 

Murons, Dr. Francis 132 

Murdock, Charles 248 



19, 23, 31, 252, 293, 274 



130, 131, 132 



Murphy, Dennis 97 

Murphy, Harold 1 16 

Murphy, Sgt. Morgan 118 

Murphy, Tom 264 

Murray, James 12, 13, 86, 41, 376 

Murray, Mary Jo 309 

Murray, Rev. Thomas, S.J. 76, 27 

Murray, Jim 252, 174 

Murray, Susan 389 

Muscrella, Vincent 376 

Muskus, Mary 258, 377 

Mylonas, Zacharias 377 

Mysyk, Nancy 259 



Nadratowicz, Jerome 125 
Nagy, Norbert 377 
Napoli, Robert 218 
Nosa, Michael 96 
Naughton, Michael 377 
Naurat, Leonard 95 
Nauyokas, Donald 377 
Neira, Edward 377 
Nellis, William 120, 284 
Nelson, Eldon 377 
Nelson, James 279, 377 
Nelson, Tom 86, 175 
Newman, Elizabeth 196 
Nichols, Robert 128 
N'co, William 205 
Nicolay, Robert 121 
Nielsen, Ken 278, 279 
Nielsen, Robert 377 
Nietupski, Thomas 262, 3" 
Nijole, Norlus 303 
Nirchos, George J. 131, 132 



268 



378 
378 



Nobilio, Patricis 269, 
Nolan, Tom 41 
Norris, John T. 228, 289, 378 
Noss, Beverly 135 
Novotney, Bob 279 
Novotny, Leonary J., 
Nowak, Raymond P. 
Nowok, Ronald A. 378 
Nowlan, Dr. Kenneth 141 
Noys, Jack 128 
Nurek, Ariene 197 
Nurnberger, Rev. Lothor 119 



Obermier, George 120, 284 

Oberug, Richard E. 378 

Obmaur, George 28 

O'Brien, Ariene 82, 92, 179, 258, 378 

O'Brien, Barbara J. 378 

O'Brien, Dennis 78 

O'Brien, Mrs. Dennis 78 

O'Brien, James P. 378 

O'Brien, Mary 28 

O'Brien, Matthew W 379 

O'Brien, Paul 125 

O'Brien, Tom 392 

O'Brochto, Darlene 10, 27, 179, 209, 260, 261 

O'Byrne, Margaret 167 

O'Calloghan, Joseph 192, 245 

O'Connor, Eileen 379 

O'Conner, Eileen 31 

O'Connors, Lawrence 128 

O'Connor, Jerry 198, 199 

Odenback, Sue 303 

O'DonneTI, Jim 279 

O'Dwyer, Dr. Margaret 205 

O'Gallogher, Mary 198, 199 

O'Hora, Gail 293 

O'Hora, Tom 319, 320 

Ohihaber, Ron 217, 379, 290 

O'Keefe, Pot 241, 242 

O'Laughlin, Mary 167 

Oleck, Fran 292 

Olech, Janice M. 379 

Olsen, Earl 16, 174, 176 

Olsen, George 279 

Olsen, Nancy 10, 246 

Olszewski, Lawrence D. 201, 211, 379 

O'Malley, Bernie 389 

O'Malley, James R. 379 

O'Malley, Dr. John. J 139, 141 

O'Maro, Dr. Arthur 1 15 

O'Meara, Robert P. 148 

Onderisin, Elaine 200 

O'Neill, David W. 379 

O'Neill, Joseph M. 379 

O'Neill, John 128 



O'Neill, Mariann 92 
O'Neill, Nicholas T. 379 
O'Neil, Nick 21 1 
O'Neil, William 192, 211 
Opora, Patrick Uzo 205 
Orckowicki, James 264 
Oskorep, Gerald 36, 207 
O'Sullivan, Brendan 253 
Oswalt, Fred 294 
O'Toole, Robert 379 



Pallasch, Bernard 78 

Pallosch, Mrs. Bernard 78 

Pallasch, Diana 379 

Pollinscar, Dr. Edward 114 

Pallotto, Nick 296, 315 

Pancer, Helen 170 

Pankos, Barbara 120,214, 380 

Panozzo, Martina 380 

Popish, Charles 380 

Poppas, James 380 

Poppas, Peter 263, 380 

Porazin, William 284 

Parente, Frank 200 

Parient, Dennis 284 

Parker, Chorlene 196, 215, 292 

Porker, Marianne 109 

Parker, Therese 213 

Parker, Thea 380 

Parr, James 128 

Portipilo, Cormelia 293, 380 

Paster, James 380 

Patterson, Paul 380 

Patterson, Thomas 380 

Paul, Peter 214, 290 

Paulionis, Augustinas 39 

Powlok, Joanna 207, 380 

Pearson, Robert 119 

Pecaut, Linnus, C.S.V. 206, 380 

Peiniger, Diane 10, 17, 83 

Pendergast, Rev Joseph, S.J. 61, 106 

Perilli, Alice 202 

Perry, Percillia 196 

Perry, Richard 127 

Perry, Steve 21 1 

Peters, James 246 

Peters, Rev. Walter P., S.J. Ill, 114 

Peterson, Charles 127 

Petridkewski, Mary 268 

Petroskey, Christene 87 

Petrulis, Albert 95, 381 

Petrulis, Audrone 228 

Phelan, Pat 293 

Philbin, John E. 249, 381 

Phillios, Barbara 162, 259 

Phillips, Glenn 35 

Phillips, Joanne 18, 33, 196, 260 

Philpott, Thomas 175 

Picucci, Loretta 202 

Pierce, Gerald 78 

Pierce, Mrs Gerald 78 

Pierce, Marc 128 

Pierce, Mary G 381 

Pikrcne, Mary Anne 218, 231, 242 

Pillari, Vincent T. 381 

Pindok, Marie 184 

Pindras, Pat 215 

Pisors, John A., CSV. 381 

Piscewicz, Dennis 191 

Piscewtcz, Leonard 191 

Piszkiewicz, Leonard W. 381 

Pittner, Kenneth 294 

Pizoni, Vincent A. 121 

Phillips, Barbara 10 

Phillips, Dr. Theodore 120 

Placek, Donald F. 381 

Planthara, Vincent P. 381, 205 

Pleva, Barbara 30, 196 

Poduska, Mary L. 259, 382 

Podwika, Raymond A. 382 

Polito, Dr. Nicholas 144 

Popp, Charlotte 18, 258, 304 

Poskus. Pegoy 303 

Posvic, Dr. Harvey 114 

Posch, Joann W. 382, 21 1 

Poster, Jim 211 

Potiznik, Dennis 288 

Potjay, Charles 170 

Potocki, Kenneth 120, 192, 217, 290, 382 

Potusnick, Dean 12, 13 

Potuziuk, Dennis 289 

Poulin, Alfred 1 16 

Poulos, Tony 253 



410 



Povilaitis, Romualdas 382 
Powell, William R. 289, 382 
Powers, Ellen 1 16 
Powers, Sally 389 
Pozesky, Matthew J. 382, 263 
Prete, Nancy 200 
Pribyl, Joseph F. 382 
Pricco, Donald 294 
Prima, Donald P. di 354 
Priore, Ronald 264 
Pritchard, Gnffeth 262 
Proctor, Dr. Charles 161 
Proman, Michael 41, 90, 91 
Prosyck, Marge 194 
Proulx, Dr. Ernest 1 15 
Prow, Rosemary 258 
Puljohn, John 201 
Punzo, Vincent C. 119 
Putman, Pat 292, 303 



Quick, Joyce 197 

Quinlan, Denny 309 

Quinlan, William 392, 249 

Quinn, Kathy 215 

Quinn, Lenore M. 30, 31, 196, 197, 213, 376, 382 

Quinn, Leo 128 

Quirk, Catherine J. 382 



Radocha, Daniel 176, 248, 249 

Radvila, Janina 191 

Raia, David 86, 253 

Raia, Noreen 18, 23, 24, 314 

Racine, Lawrence 5. 382 

Radocha, Daniel J. 382 

Ramljuk, Sharon 197 

Randall, Dr. Walter C. 156 

Randazzo, Barbara 196 

Randolph, Rochelle, Y. 383 

Rapez, Kenneth 264 

Rasmusson, James 175, 279 

Ray, Alan 315 

Raniere, Patricia A. 383 

Rapp, Dr. Gustav W. 138 

Rappel, John P. 383 

Rascher, James J. 383 

Raus, Leo 128 

Rasmusson, James 95, 278 

Rauwolf, Regina 215 

Ray, Allan 315 

Reardon, James 215, 315 

Reckwerdt, Tom 254 

Reed, Marion G. 383 | 

Reed, Dr. John 1 14 

Reilly, James 89, 175, 242 

Reinholdt, Marion 279, 383 

Reisel, Dr. Robert 1 17, 214 

Reiter, Anne 302, 303 

Renfree, John 383 

Renier, Celeste 258 

Repka, Ron 217 

Resch, Dolores 383 

Reynolds, Frank 148, 176, 384 

Reynolds, Thomas 70 

Richards, Joyce 303 

Richards, Kay 109 

Ricupero, Salvotore 294 

Ridge, Donald 384 

Ridlon, Stewart 154 

Ried, Frank 193 

Riedel, Robert 384 

Riggs, Ronald 288, 289 

Rigney, Austin 12, 13, 31 

Riley, George 384 

Riley, Mory 219, 292, 303 

Riley, Nancy 92 

Riley, Rachel 198, 199, 219, 292, 302, 384 

Rimoldi, Horatio 121 

Rimoldi, Alex 309 

Rintz, Lorraine 31, 260, 261 

Rippon, Dr. John 1 14 

Ritt, Jim 246 

Rivon, Barbara 195, 259 

Rivon, Robert 155, 384 

Roach, Robert 384 

Robb, Mary Ellen 14, 368 

Robbilard, Richard 1 16 

Roberson, Peter 84, 95 

Robertson, Paul 318 

Robeson, Peter 263 

Robinson, Terry 88, 391 

Roche, Daniel 128 

Rochelle, Rich 315 



Rodman, Rev. Hugh 60, 61, 106 

Roehrich, Ann E. 214, 260, 384 

Rogon, Richard 176, 201, 274, 290 

Rogers, Sharon 219 

Rohan, John 1 1 6 

Rohde, Bob 192, 217 

Rokos, Bob 288, 289 

Roll, Rev. J. Donald 112, 120, 217 

Ronelh, Ernest 279 

Rorich, Anne 33 

Rose, Guido Del 128 

Rosinia, Mike 95, 279 

Rossate, Ronald 254, 255 

Robiuk, Charles 70 

Rouse, Vic 312, 315 

Rowzat, Judy 197 

Rudnick, Robert 90 

Ruffolo, Natalie 197 

Russvold, Clarice 159 

Rondido, Louis 200 

Russell, Dr. Thomas 142 

Rust, Rev. Charles 111, 117 

Ryan, Daniel 202 

Ryan, Judy 213 

Ryan, Mike 279 



Saboth, Jay 191, 242 

Sockarick, Diane 213 

Sacomono, Jo Ann 259 

St Edward, Sister 210 

Saitesaik, Jesse 263 

Solvadore, Dr. Graciono 118 

Sammons, James 96 

Sonna, Vern 279 

Sand, Bill 31 

Sanders, Thomas 72 

Sanderson, Major John 118 

Santo, Jim 264 

Sartorie, Don 2 1 1 

Sattler, Jerry 304 

Savant, Ed 14 

Sawyer, Norman 141 

Scanlon, Barbara 259 

Schoid, Arnold 72 

Schaike, Midge 303 

Scheid, John 148, 149 

Schewer, Thomas 128 

Schilling, Jim 315 

Schmondt, Dr. Robert 117 

Schmidt, Kehrin 260 

Schmidt, Lorry 264 

Schmidt, Rich 231, 279 

Schmidt, Robert 127 

Schmitt, Donald 216 

Schneider, Jim 46, 175, 182, 240, 247 234 

Schneider, Marge 33, 87, 260 261 

Scneider, Olive 258, 10 

Schnibben, Charles 279 

Schoen, Jerry 263 

Schoen, Dr. William 61, 140 

Schoenboum, Matthew 61, 166, 167 

Schostok, Adrian 31 

Schrma, Lilian 268 

Schwobe, Monica 159 

Schworzenberg, Dr. Francis 120 

Scott, Mark 109 

Scully, Joseph 12, 13, 84, 86, 174, 290 

Sebastian, Mary 105 

Seidel, Joyce 194, 293 

Sietner, Dr Philip 1 19 

Self ridge. Dr. Frederick 151 

Sellet, Jim 279 

Senese, Dona'd 2 1 5 

Sessen, James 73 

Severino, Dr. Ronald 176 

Sevick, Joe 3, 25, 240, 241 

Shakm'.'th, Tom 210 

Shonnahan, Dave 290 

Shannon, Ann 196, 197, 210, 215, 388 

Shannon, Barbara 97, 168 

Sheahan, Nancy 85, 92 

Sheehan, Dr. John 28, 150, 153 

Shepord, Bill 279 

Sheriff, Dr. Raymond 61, 130 

Shipman, Barbara 260 

Shore, Dinah 1 1 

Shramek, Grace 157 

Sieber, Rev, Sylvester 122 

Siefal, Burton 121 

Sigborn, Eleanor 17, 109, 197, 208, 244,388 

Signatur, Edward 214 

Sijsowich, Ronald 202 

Silvagni, Kathy 292, 303 

Silvangni, Cathy 33 



Simienek, Dorothy 392 

Simons, Paul 146 

Simunek, Dorothy 196, 210 

Sittler, Dr. Joseph 28 

Skaja, Jim 289 

Skiver, Mary Jane 258 

Skyles, Robin 92 

Slajcher, Lawrence 73 

Slattery, Helen 35, 87, 179, 218, 269 

Slattery, Nancy 41, 303 

Slivka, Mary Ann 258, 259, 304 

Sloan, Jomes 148, 149, 248 

Sloan, Mary 159 

Slomonski, Rev. George 123 

Smolarz, Sharon 304 

Small, Diane 219 

Small, Rev. Joseph 102 

Smalley, Dr. Orange 130 

Smith, Christine 202 

Smith, George 309 

Smith, Irwin 263 

Smith, Dr. James 155, 176 

Smith, John 346 

Smith, Kay 105 

Smith, Leroy 155 

Smith, Norm 263 

Smith, Pat 196, 302 

Smith, Rolland 127 

Smith, Sandy 302 

Smith, William 318 

Smoiinski, Leona 159 

Snite, Fred 16 

Solzak, Bonnie 389 

Steele, Donald 279 

Steintrecher, Joan 71 

Steiner, Joseph 202 

Steinfels, Peter 242 

Steiskol, Al 290 

Stevens, Mary Jane 207 

Stevenson, Patricia 219 

Stinson, Donald 122, 180, 200 

Stokes, John 84 

Strossmaier, James 117 

Stratmon, Rev. Carl 116 

Stratte, Peter 10 

Streeter, Gerald 125 

Stringer, Anthony 117 

Strobel, Joseph 28 

Strom, Susan 109, 193 

Stroms, Edward 211 

Stonger, James 279 

Strones, Edward 264 

Stumpf, Thomas 211 

Suck, Kenneth 12, 13, 83, 290 

Suelinsky, Ted 279 

Suida, Donna 41, 84, 293 

Sullens, Beaulynn 28 

Sullivan, Francis 147 

Sullivan, Henry 31 

Sullivan, Michael 288, 289 

Sunshine, Edward 127 

Surtz, Rev Edward, S.J 116 

Swanson, Beatrice 228 

Swonson, Carol 28 

Sweorinoer, Art 279 

Swick, Gerald 176, 200 

Swieton, Nancy 93, 207, 258 

Swierkowski, Foster 78 

Swierkowski, Mrs Foster 78 

Swineho't, David 84. 184, 240, 241, 391 

Symanski, Andrew 192 

Szabelski, Rose 171 

Szarowicz, Diane 214 

Szathiewieq, William 279 

Szemler, George 115 



Todda Donald 20, 198, 199 

Talk<n, Rev, Ralph, SJ , 76, 123 

Tollman, Al 289 

Tomberino, Terrence 302 

Tomburrino. Mary 292 

Tarshono, Gerald 95 

Torsitone, Jerry 279 

Tate, Marie 196, 206, 376 

Tavares, Charles 263 

Tovlor, Mary 28 

Tellis, Andrew 296 

Tengblad, Joan 33, 

Thei!en, Herbert 288, 

Thelm, Susan 196 

Thill, Charles 297 

Thinnes, Joan 303 

Thinnes, Mary 228 

Thorman, Mr. Donald 



179, 258 
289 



15 



411 



Till, Kotherine 18, 207 

Tomaszewskj, Friar Maximilliam 214 

Tomaszewski, Gerald 152 

Tomaszewski, Joseph 31 

Tomsic, Jo Ellen 31 

Toneilli, Ernest 279 

Topping Pat 259 

Tosby, Geraldine 168 

Toto, Dr. Patrick D. 139 

Touhy, Judge William J. 16 

Tovott, M/Sgt. Harold 118 

Tracy, Rev, Theodore 1 1 1 

Trandel, Joan 194 

Trilla, Joan 389 

Triner, Sandra 197 

Triska, Richard 16, 97, 163 

Troglia, Susan 28 

Trotta, Judith 179, 303 

Trozok, Daniel 290 

Truppa, Michael 12, 13 

Tucker, Thomas 279 

Tukonites, Dianne 196 
Two, Joseph 14, 231 
Twomey, Marcella 121, 170 



U 



Uditsky, Daniel 288, 289 
Uly, Connie 264 
Urbanowski, Martha 167 



Vaccaro, Joan 74, 
Volenti, Dr. Jasper 



87 
115 



Valient] Valentine 207 
Vallee, Chris 259, 368 
Van Bromer, Douglas 
Van Bromer, John 31, 
Van Buren, Mary Kave 
Van Horn, David 278 
Van Kloveren, Judith 207 
Van Riensdyk, Ann 
Von Winkle, George 279 
Vauahan, Rev. Francis, S, , 
Veith, Joseph 78 
Veith, Mrs, Joseph 78 
Verwey, Jerry 216, 315 
Vigeant, Annette 36, 207 



260 

15 

46, 246, 290 
214 



137 



Vigil, Eugene 228 
Vitous, Mildred 143 
Vitullo, Vincent 147, 248 
Vlaming, James 207 
Vogel, Jack 262 
Volline, Vito 202 
Von Ebers, Paul 121 
Von Steeg, William 127 
Voss, Jeom 170 

W 

Wacek, Carol 258 

Wiaduck, John 254 

Wagner, Al 322 

Wagner, M/Sgt, Melvin 118 

Waldron, John 70 

Wall, Robert 12, 13, 16, 174, 186 

Woljeski, Kathy 215 

Wallace, Mary Jane 27 

Walsh, Dennis 207 

Walsh, John 253 

Walsh, Shelia 9, 93, 246 



207, 
156 

194, 
157 



116 



Wanot, John 109, 207, 218 
Wang, Dr. Harry 
Wapoie, Michoele 
Word, Bernadette 
Ward, Carol 194 
Ward, John 176 
Warchol, Howard 
Warner, John 128 
Webb, Virginia 304 
Wehrle, George 201 
Weiner, Louis 78 
Weiner, Mrs. Louis 78 
Weisbrod, Anita 195 
Weisbrod, Charles 1 15 
Weisbrod, Maxfield 78 
Weisbrod, Mrs Maxfield 78 
Wellband, Dr. Wilbur 157 
Weller, Rev. Phillip 123 
Wellington, Dr. John 1 15 
Wells, Ron 263 
Wenzel, Virginia 170 
Werner, Jim 290 
Werner. William 264 
West, Ellen Mary 1 16 
West, Frank 290 
West, Brook 304 



195, 293 



Whalen, Marge 303 

White, Henry 216 

Wiedel, Mike 297 

Wieland, Jerry 309 

Wiesguski, Jane 210 

Williams, John 253 

Williamson, Gordon 279 

Wilson, Joseph 214 

Wilt, Dr. James 1 14 

Wisniewski, Peter X. 253 

Wisocki, Mimi 197 

Withe, Frank 294 

Witte, Sue 92, 93, 179 

Wizniok, Irene 196, 197, 26S, 269 

Woislo, Diane 269 

Wolfe, Mary Jo 137 

Wolff, Dr. Joseph 1 16 

Woljeski, Kathy 210 

Wondrasek, Arthur Q. 

Wong, Cleighton 278 

Wood, Chuck 315 

Woods, Earline 167 

Woynerowski, Jerome 

Wozniak, Dr. John 

Wroy, George 120 

Wydra. Ralph 12, 

Wyroski, Thaddeus 

Wyzgoski, Jane 1£ 



253 



21, 180, 
110, 115 



200 



13 

96, 175, 249 
I, 87, 292 



Yacullo, Judy 192 

Yittman, Melaine 33 

Yourg, Anne 16, 18, 196, 197, 209, 268 

Yukich, Dan 12, 13, 27, 391 



Zahn, Dr. Gordon 122 
Zajdel, Dr. Joseph 117 
Zoraza, Betty 214 
Zelman, Myron 1 1 8 
Zeitz, John 217 
Zelesko, Kathy 9 
Zeleskia, Cathy 93 
Ziemba, Rita 197 
Zimmerman, Mary Kate 30, 31 
Zittler, Julius 168 
Zittman, Melony 268 
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ORGANIZATION INDEX 



Accounting Club 190 

Alpha Delta Gamma 252 

Alpha Kappa Psi 254 

Alpha Omega 256 

Alpha Sigma Nu 1 76 

Alpha Tau Delta 258 

Alumnus 237 

American Chemical Society 191 

Arts Council 88 

Associotion of the U. S. Army 1 92 

Bellarmine Philosophy Club 193 

Beta Alpha Psi 177 

Blue Key Honor Fraternity 1 94 

Cadence 238 

Chi Theto Upsilon 260 

Circumference , 179 

Coed Club (Lake Shore) 194 

Coed Club (Lewis Towers) 1 96 

Commerce Council 90 

Curtain Guild 1 98 

Debate Society 200 

Delaware Hall 302 

Delaware Hall Council 101 

Delta Sigma Delta , . . . : 262 

Delta Sigma Pi 264 

Delto Sigma Rho 180 

Delta Zeta Chi 266 

Dental School Council 95 

Economics-Finance Society 201 

Epsilon Pi Rho 202 

Equestrian Society 203 

Fine Arts Club 204 

Foreign Students Associotion 205 

Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 206 

Glee Club 207 

Gonzago Holl 304 

Historical Society 208 

Honors Program 1 08 

Human Relations Club 210 

Interfraternity Council 86 

Intersorority Council 87 

Kappa Beta Gamma 268 

Loyola Hall 298 

Loyola Hall Council 99 

Loyola Law Times 249 

Loyolo Men 212 

Loyola News 238 

Loyola Union 82 



Loyolon 244 

Loyolan Awards ] 82 

Marketing Club 211 

Mathematics Club 214 

Medical School Council 94 

Modern Language Club 215 

Monogram Club 216 

Nursing Councils 92 

PAL 78 

Phi Alpha Delta 270 

Phi Beta Pi 272 

Phi Chi 274 

Phi Sigma Tau 181 

Physics Club 217 

Pi Alpha Lambda 276 

Pi Delta Epsilon 1 84 

Psi Omega 278 

Reader's Circle 233 

Recent Decisions 248 

R. O. T. C 50 

Saint Apollonia Guild 220 

Saint Luke's Guild 221 

Sigma Delta Phi 280 

Sigma Lambda Beta 282 

Sigma Pi 284 

Sigma Pi Alpha 286 

Social Work Council 97 

SAM 222 

Stebler Hall 300 

Stebler Hall Council 1 00 

Student American Dental Assn 224 

Student American Medical Assn 225 

SAL 79 

Student Bar Assn 96 

Tau Delta Phi 288 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 290 

"Ten-Forty-Three" Hall 305 

Theta Phi Alpha 292 

United World Federalists 226 

University College Council 98 

Veterans Club 227 

Wasmann Biological Society 228 

Who's Who '86 

Women's Rifle Team 232 

Xi Psi Phi 294 

Young Democrats 230 

Young Republicans - 23 1 



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EDITORS' PAGE 

Mid-year doubts notwithstanding, the annual Loyolan is completed. There will be 
no more 2 A.M. deadlines, no more cussing at the coke machine when it would only take 
nickels instead of our quarters, and no more anguish over missed pictures. This final page 
of copy is our opportunity to make a few necessary comments on the product of a year's 
work. 

Undoubtedly there are errors in the book; to the victims of our fallibility, we apolo- 
gize. However, the fact that the Loyolan will appear on schedule and for whatever merit 
the yearbook has, credit goes to the hardworking staff. It would be imposible to thank 
everyone by name who has contributed to this year's edition, but the following deserve 
special commendation for their efforts: 

Mr. Bernard W. Cullen, our moderator, who supervised the artistic phases of the 
book shared many midnight hours with the staff. A quiet, but thoughtful individual, Mr. 
Cullen always had a suggestion when consulted about any dilemma, and his patience 
(which we certainly tried) belies the term "artistic temperament." 

Our photographers — Rev. Thomas J. Bryant, S.J., whose interest is great and with- 
out whom the yearbook would be impossible; Rev. Robert Kopek, S.J. (West Baden); 
Steve O'Shoughnessy, Jim Kilcoyne, James O'Brien, Don Smith, and Frank Sulita. 

Coleman Connolly, who scheduled oil the pictures largely by persuading, hounding, 
and bullying the various organizations and by being persuaded, hounded (by us), and bul- 
lied in return. 

Frank Augustyn, who somehow managed to have the requisite copy for each dead- 
line as well as being a pleasant working companion and pizza-eater. 

Joe O'Collaghan, who charmed girls (even from Mundelein) into typing, as well as 
performing some remarkable feats of picture identification, and Ken Feit, also a pizza- 
eater, who produced some very incisive captions. 

Alice Farrell and Lori Glatt, connoisseurs of senior activities, whose efficiency and 
accuracy made the preparation of the Graduates the easiest editing task of the entire 
Loyolan. 

Jim Schneider, who organized and coordinated the sports section most ably. 

Our professionals — Bill O'Connor from Hunter Publishing, who worked many eve- 
nings with the staff; James Moorman, Jr., our artist; Ray Jordan, who did the layout; Aus- 
ten Field plus Marshall Studios, who took senior portraits. 

The administration, especially Richard Barry and Dean McCloskey, who provided pic- 
tures and advice. 

To those mentioned above and below, and to all who gave us cooperation and en- 
couragement, we offer a humble but grateful "thank you." 

J.J.B. 
E.J.S. 

JAMES J. BROPHY, ALICE FARRELL, 

ELEANOR J. SIGBORN Editors-in-chief HANNELORE GLATT Graduate Editors 

COLEMAN CONNOLLY Managing Editor 

JOSEPH O'CALLAGHAN, '"'^^NK AUGUSTYN Copy Editor 



JAMES SCHNEIDER Sports Editor 



KENNETH FEIT Caption Editors 

JACK FAHRENBACH, 

MICHAEL LYNCH Business Monagers BERNARD W. CULLEN Moderator 



Copy Sports Photography Captions Typist! 

Bill Herr, assistant editor John Gerding Linda Doman, photos Paul Conarty Sue Dupre, secretary 

Marie Tate John Van Braemer Joanna Hosteny, art Carol Czys Cheryle Schnoebelen 

Tim Materer Graduates -'''^ McLaughlin, index Joyce Liput Nancy Olson 

Mike Bednorz Pp^ Cordon Ji'^ Peters Lois McKinnon Marge Prosyck 

Lenore Quinn gg^j Wolski Sandra Wiencek Layout Joyce Chromicz 

Micki Leaner j^^l^ faneW Jim Ritt 

Cecile Conrad Mary Martin 

Kael Kennedy 
Bob Yeoger 

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