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LOYOLAN 



1964 



PAUL F. CONARTY— EDITOR 



VOLUME XXVIII 



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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 



Chicago, Illinois 




ALBERT CARDINAL MEYER, ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO 

BORN ON MARCH 9, 1903 IN MILWAUKEE 
STUDIED AND WAS ORDAINED IN 
ROME, JULY 11, 1926 A PARISH PRIEST 

PROFESSOR OF DOGMA AND SCRIP- 
TURE AT ST. FRANCIS SEMINARY, MIL- 
WAUKEE BECAME RECTOR THERE IN 
1937 ELEVATED TO BISHOP ON APRIL 
11,1946 THE SIXTH B I SHOP OF 
SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN . . . INSTALLED 
AS ARCHBISHOP OF MILWAUKEE ON SEPT- 
EMBER 24, 1 953 ENTHRONEDAS 
ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO ON NOVEMBER 
16, 1958 . ELEVATED TO CARDINAL 
PRIEST IN THE CONSISTORY, DECEMBER 
14, 1959. 




CONTENTS 



GRADUATES 54 

ACADEMICS 132 

ORGANIZATIONS. 196 

ADMINISTRATION 252 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 280 

GREEKS AND RESI DENCE HALLS ...... 300 

HONORARIES 362 

ATHLETICS 380 

GRADUATE DIRECTORY 412 

PHOTOGRAPHY INDEX 418 



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More than one hundred Loyolans depart from O'Hare Field — destination Rome. 



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Twelve hours and five thousand miles 
later they arrive in what is truly 
"sunny Italy" for a semester of 
study. 




A Roma: "Fantastico!' 

and in Chicago they're still saying un- 
believable! So goes the general reaction to 
Loyola's CENTER FOR HUMANISTIC 
STUDIES . . . quartered in Foro Italico in 
Rome . . . 

This year 230 students cashed in on this 
low-cost study abroad program . . . begun in 
1 961 by a Maltese Jesuit who taught Theology 
at Loyola, Rev. John Felice, S.J. . . . Father is 
a true cosmopolite . . . drives a hard bargain 
on group rates . . . 

Outstanding professors from Loyola plus 
some fine European professors keep academic 
standards high . . . 

This year's trips have taken in England, 
France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, 
Jordan, Israel, and Egypt . . . Loyolans greeted 
Pope Paul VI in Jerusalem on historic visit . . . 
In all, truly a fabulous year! 















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A view of the interior. 



Loyolo in Rome. 



Students and baggage crowd the plane. 




Mailing home is simple . 





Loyola's student-tourists pose before the Basilica 
of Maxentius, near the Roman Forum. 



but receiving mail is another story. 

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No mail on Sunday, and peace reigns. 






REV. JOHN FELICE, S.J. 
Driector of Foreign Studies 



Students pause inside the colonnade of St. Peter's beside one of 
the twin fountains. 




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Fr. John Felice, S. J., director of the Rome Center, 
and the Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S. J., 
President of Loyola University, have a private 
audience with Pope Paul VI. 






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U.S. Ambassador to Italy, Frederick 
Reinhardt, Cardinal Meyer, President 
Segni, Fr. Maguire, and former presi- 
dent Gronchi at the Rome Center's 
convocation bestowing L.L.D.'s on the 
two presidents of Italy. 



Pope Paul VI receives in special audience 
(I to r) Fr. Felice, Fr. Maguire, Fr. Mulligan, 
Fr. Costello, and Fr. Alexander. 




Fr. Richard Braun, S. J. distributes 
Holy Communion in the Center's cha- 
pel. 








Students pause before the Center's 
campus building 



Class convenes in the Rome Center. 



Cardinal Meyer gives the invoca- 
tion at the Convocation honoring 
President Segni and former Presi- 
dent Gronchi of Italy. 




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Interior of the Rome Center. 




Mass in the Rome Center's chapel. 



Students gather in the courtyard. 




A Pre-Christmas fair on the Piazza Navona draws a crowd of curious students. 





Students on the steps of Copitoline Hill beneath the 
Victor Emmanuel Monument and the Church of Aracoeli. 




Class in the Rome Center. 




The Easter-break tour found Loyolans 
in Egypt in the shadows of the Sphinx. 




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Carol Scholl, Mory Kay Scholl, and Barbara 
Atkins stand in the Temple of the Sun at the 
ruins of Pachacama, another stop on the tour. 




Denise Courtney photographs a Llama 
induced traffic jam at Saxahuman 
fort. 



Rumaging in Machu-Picchu . . . 

the famed "Lost City of the Incas" up in 
the highlands of Peru proved enthralling for 
twenty-four students from Loyola and six other 
schools in the SUMMER SCHOOL IN PERU 
. . . study south of the border program initiated 
and run by Rev. Francis X. Grollig, S.J., profes- 
sor of Latin American history at Loyola . . . 

Courses include studies in social sciences 
and comparative education . . . are taught by 
bilingual Peruvian professors at the Catholic 
University in Lima . . . fifty-six day jaunt is 
described as "fabulous!" 








Doreen Funk bargains at a Peruvian 
marketplace. 



The "Hispanic American Academic Adventure" 
group stops for photographs at Machu Picchu, 
the "Lost City" of the Incas. 



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Dolores Solek, Anna Marie Piraro, and Joan Conroy before the 
Trevi Fountain in Rome. 




The Franciscan Basilica, Assisi, Italy. 



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Martha Menke, Flo Tryner, Elaine Harrington, 
Marge Vitullo, and Mary Ryan (kneeling) pose 
in front of the British Museum. 



Not all was art — at the Munich Hofbrauhaus. 




Fr. John McAvoy, S.J., Fr. J. Donald Hayes, 
S.J., and Fr. Lawrence Lynch, S.J. in private 
audience with Pope Paul VI. 




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Via the "Pope's Airline 7 

Alitalia, sixty-five young men and women 
were given the "Grand Tour" of Europe by the 
Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J., director of Loyola's 
SUMMER IN EUROPE program . . . designed 
to integrate pleasure and college credits . . . 
assistant directors were the Rev. John A. Mc- 
Evoy, SJ. and the Rev. William Dehler, S.J. . . . 

Dr. Michael Fink, an Austrian, conducted 
classes in art throughout Europe . . . resulting in 
three credit hours in Education for his pupils. 



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Flo Tryner and Trish Gerrity at the Greek Temple Paestum. 




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The tour visits St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. 




The bus can wait. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fink pause to 
be photographed in Vienna, Austria. 



The first glimpse of Austria — the Dolomites. 



London, Paris, Vienna, Florence, and Rome 
were the main stops in the nine week summer 
tour . . . the group also ventured into Germany, 
Holland, Switzerland, Lichtenberg, and Bel- 
gium . . . 

Audiences with Pope Paul VI and President 
Segni of Italy highlighted an already impres- 
sive trip. 




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The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. 



Jackie D'Souva and Lucyamma Isaac from 
India. 




The Alumnae Association's Committee for Foreign Stu- 
dents: Mary Jane Senese, Jean Yosepian, Carol Luczak, 
and Bernice O'Brien. 




Loyola has experienced . . . 

a great influx of students from many coun- 
tries, from many cultures . . . upon graduation 
rhey take home the wisdom and influence of 
rheir Jesuit education . . . and a constellation 
of impressions about our country and its people 
. . . their opinions depend upon the reception 
(■hey have been given ... a welcome expansion 
of Loyola's educational program. 




Midori Yamaha, Minoru Fujita, and Michiko 
Sakamoto from Japan. 








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Mercedes Verzosa and Prudentia Bautista from the 
Phi llipines. 



Malik Chetan Parkash and Theodore Mazarello from India. 
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Alberto Malicsi from the Phillipines, Jeremy Barker from England, 
and Thomas Vadakekalam from India. 

Rose Kim Surh from Korea. 




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Rev. Louis Zabkar leaves the famous temples of Abu Simbel where 
he spent the summer with the Oriental Institute Expedition, at- 
tempting to salvage the Monuments of Nubia. 



Dr. Francis Schwarzenberg, professor 
of political science, as a Knight of 
Malta, on his way to a function at 
St. Peter's. 





Rev. Felix Biestek, S.J., professor of 
social work, in Kamakura, Japan. Fr. 
Biestek spent the summer studying so- 
cial work education in Japan, Formosa, 
Hong Kong and the Phillipines. 



Rev. Raymond Schoder, S.J., professor 
of classics and visiting professor at 
the American School of Archaeology 
in Athens, stands before the temple 
of Zeus Olympios in Athens. 



The world comes to Loyola . . . 

in the persons of foreign-born faculty mem- 
bers . . . Dr. Paul Lietz, Chairman of the His- 
tory department, from Mexico . . . Dr. Francis 
Schwarzenberg, Political Science professor, 
from Czechoslovakia ... Dr. Pat Casey, English 
professor, from Erin . . . and a distinguished 
chemist, Dr. Edward C. Lim, from China . . . 

Maltese John Felice, S.J., began and now 
conducts Loyola's Rome Center . . . Other Loy- 
ola faculty members engage in foreign re- 
search . . . Rev. Louis Zabkar joined professors 
from the University of Chicago in an anthro- 
pological venture to Egypt . . . Rev. Francis X. 
Grollig, S.J., took part in the National Conven- 
tion of American Anthropological Associates, 
read paper on Uru indians of Peru . . . 





The Mariachis entertain. Jose de Al- 
ba sings Spanish and American songs. 




The authentic Spanish folk music draws an interested crowd. 



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Music, refreshments, dancing . . . 

Loyola, cooperating with Mundelein col- 
lege, held a very unusual party ... a Spanish- 
American Fiesta . . . arts and crafts of Mexico, 
Spanish folk music, and many types of Latin 
food and refreshments were served . . . booths, 
games, and colorful dress were the order of 
the day ... a very successful attempt to fa- 
miliarize students and visitors with the very 
lively Latin culture. 



Booths were set up to display Mexican 
crafts. 



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Rev. William Moran, SJ. lec- 
tures on the relationship of the 
Covenant and the Decalogue. 



Mr. Hudson's botany lectures are supplemented with outdoor observations. 



Peak enrollment increase . . . 

was realized in Loyola's SUMMER SCHOOL 

in 1963, with 6797 students filling Lake Shore 
and Lewis Towers classrooms in three separate 
sessions . . . Mr. John Donohue, in charge of all 
operations, said the enrollment increase has 
been steady and mounting over past few years 
. . . 1964 will show continued rise — though 
no master plan for expansion is in order . . . 
Full time Loyola professors, with several 
distinguished visiting lecturers, conduct aca- 
demics in the beach season . . . Dr. Robert 
Caponigri of Notre Dame, was last year's visit- 
ing professor of Philosophy . . . Special feature 
was the English department's five lecture con- 
ference for high school English teachers on 
teaching methods. 



Two students cheerfully approach 
Lewis Towers during the summer ses- 
sion. 




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Frank Sulita leaps cautiously; that's barbed wire beneath him 



"And it will light a cigar fifty yards away.' 




No letter to home; Warren Bracy tries 
to find out where his squad has gone. 




Some of Loyola's cadets at summer camp pose for an informal portrait. 
The interlopers are Col. Giuffre, Mr. Edward Engel, and Fr. Hurtubise. 



Col. Giuffre, Fr. Hurtubise and Mr. 
Engel enjoy a brief respite from the 
hard job of watching the cadets train. 



Ken Rapacz gets the bad news — K.P. for a 
week. 





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With her typewriter and a smile, Mrs. Anne Linehan greets registrants on Alumni Day. 



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Dr. Menez explains Latin America's challenge 
to the Catholic Church on Alumni Day. 



Alumni Day . . . 






Father William Finnegan, S.J.: "And 
what is that supposed to be?" Robert 
Schiavone: "That is your life." 



Paul Stewart, T. Elmer Dunn, Elmer Spiegel and Anne Gilligan 
think today's students hove just as much of a blast as ever. 




Bob Rohde '63 chats with Ron Miller 
and Father Raymond Baumhart, S.J. 



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The three Furies keep a nocturnal 
vigil over sleeping Orestes and Electra 
in Giraudoux's modern version of 
"Electra". 








"But what immediate good can come of it all?' 



"Electra stubbornly defies her mother, Clytemnestra, 
while the others look on in dismay . . ." 








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Two cast members take their places 
for the beginning of the scene. 



Curtain 
Guild . . . 



Strong emotional characterization is necessary 
to effect this tense scene from the play. 




The cast of "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" relaxes 
during one of the afternoon rehearsals. 




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A red-headed Irishman . . . 

named Brian McDonnell and his staff of 
upperclassmen arranged tours and fun events 
for 614 Lake Shore and 696 Lewis Towers 
freshmen in the annual fall FRESHMAN 
ORIENTATION . . . transfer students also 
enjoyed the program . . . 

These were the days when campus clubs 
and social groups spearheaded membership 
drives . . . booths were set up . . . questions 
asked and answered. 

Chris Henning told the assembled frosh 
in the Lake Shore Union of the highlights and 
hazards of life at Loyola . . . bade them study 
hard but take time for fun . . . 

Highlight of Orientation was the freshman 
picnic, held this year at Pottawatomie Park 
. . . Coke, hot dogs, and some rough and 
tumble turned out to be the ingredients for 
success. 



Freshman volunteer fire department saves another coed from 
disaster. 



Freedom riders depart from school for a day of freedom from school. 




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Three intellectually starved freshmen 
get a small taste of what lies ahead. 




And if your boyfriend steps out of 
line, just stand him up against . . . 



The first floor is our social office 
where proper etiquette is taught. 



And these trophies are for winning the 
international tiddlywinks tournament. 






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The highlight of Greek Week, the Greek Week Games get off to a running start. 



Competition ran high . . . 

as GREEK WEEK took advantage of warm 
October days to put the athletic abilities of the 
fraternities and sororities to the test ... a test 
which proved the Alpha Delts superior for the 
fourth year in a row, nine points ahead of 
their nearest rival . . . 

The girls had a brief moment of glory which 
included a 220 yard relay and a three-legged 
race. 




The 220 yard run, won by Russ Bielek 
of Delta Sigma Pi. 




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100 yard dash. 



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Top: ATD's winning quarter mile relay 
team. Bottom: The start of the quarter 
mile relay. 




Delta Zeta Chi's three-legged winners. 





The tense beginning of the mile run. 



The Tekes and their winning chariot. 





Top: Delta Sigma Pi's chariot didn't even get 
to the starting line. Bottom: Jim Kolasinski 
and Jim Serwatka, second and first place win- 
ners in the high jump competition. 



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Civic leadership . . . 

was the common denominator of guests 
honored on Loyola's FOUNDER'S DAY . . . 

the ten outstanding students from Loyola's 
separate colleges were likewise lauded and 
were given Student Gold Medallions . . . noted 
student leaders and organization officers were 
invited to the President's Ball, final event of 
the day, held in the Guild Hall of the Ambas- 
sador West . . . . 

Charles H. Percy, chairman of the board 
of Bell and Howell Company, spoke to the 
afternoon convocation . . . day marked ninety- 
third anniversary of the founding of Loyola 
University. 



The Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J. is 
and Alumni honored on Founder's Day. 



shown greeting the civic leaders 
Back Row: Lucile B. Broadwell, 




Margaret C. O'Byrne, Cushman B. Bissell, Frank M. Farrell, D.D.S., Gladys 
Kiniery. Front Row: Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., Hon. Wilbert F. 
Crowley, Hon. James B. Parsons, Carol Fox, Anthony V. Partipilo, M.D., W. 
Clement Stone, Joseph S. Kearney, Leonard P. Spacek, Edward Mc- 
Cormack Blair. 



Father Mulligan presents a Founder's 
Day Award to Donald Gavin, a senior 
from the Law School. 




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The founders' Day Award Winners. Standing: Stephen Cox, John Van Bramer, Donald Gavin, 
Richard Hollcraft, James Evans, Kenneth Anderson. Seated: Chester Lockwood, Marjorie 
Marshall, Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., Diane Peiniger, Edward Davis. 





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Homecoming lost . . . 

its weekend this year . . . POW WOW, 
always a major University event, this year 
expanded to a full week of fun and activities 
. . . plenty to disrupt even the best planned 
study schedule . . . 

Sunday saw the Pep Rally and the tradition- 
al bonfire . . . Red Rush, Coach Ireland, the 
team, the cheerleaders, the Miss Loyola con- 
testants all added their parts . . . open house 
at the dorms and fraternities . . . Monday the 
Ramblers stopped North Dakota 92-54 . . . 
Tuesday hosted the IM football championship 
. . . Wednesday blazed with the sounds of a 
jazz concert . . . Thursday was a day of "rest" 
. . . floats were built, the theme was "The 
Greatest Show on Earth" . . . Friday saw charm- 
ing Peggy McDonald crowned at the Coronation 
Ball . . . Miss Loyola for 1963-64 . . . Saturday 
was a fitting climax to an exciting week . . . 
Kent State fell to the Ramblers 100-59 . . . 
the roof of the Campus Center was raised with 
applause for the Chad Mitchell Trio. 




Miss Loyola, Peggy McDonald, with 
her court: Nancy Riley, Eileen Long, 
and Susan Grams. 



All eyes are on coach George Ireland 
as he reassures students of victory. 




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Peggy McDonald is crowned "Miss Loyola" by Edwina Krol, last 
year's holder of the crown. 




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their float in the parade. 



The freshman class of Bus Ad brags 
that the Ramblers will tumble all op- 
position in the coming year. 



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The Union Board's float carries Miss Loyola and her court: Nancy 
O'Brien, Sue Grams, Eileen Long, and Peggy McDonald. 



The candidates for the title of Miss Loyola. Standing: Nancy O'Brien, Eileen Long. Seated: 
Jean Moloney, Peggy McDonald, Charlene Parker, Sue Oakes. Seated on the floor: Nancy 
Riley, Sue Grams. 



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Alpha Tau Delta brought elephants to the 

parade because they "nose' victory." 



the Teke house, winner of the 
Fraternity House Decorations trophy. 




The Tau Delts predict that the LU 
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The Teke floats shows the effort needed to win the first place trophy. 



Delaware Hall caged some ferocious 
beasts for the parade. 





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margins? The Nurses seem to think so. 



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The registration desk is a busy place as coeds sign up at the rushing party. 



Fun and games . . . 

an expanded program this year afforded 
more of both for the sororities on campus . . . 
the first semester saw the girls participating 
in the Greek games . . . but activities didn't 
get into full swing until the second semester 
. . . the main event was the ISC Greek Week 
... A tea opened the program . . . prospective 
rushees were given their first introduction 
to sorority life . . . the week following the tea 
was devoted to spreading the gospel of sis- 
terhood . . . the individual sororities held their 
own teas . . . the program ended with the in- 
duction of pledges by each organization. 



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The sisters of Delta Zeta Chi expound 
on the merits of their sorority. 



A buffet luncheon finds a stampede of 
hungry rushees at the snack bar. 




Athletics play a part of the Intersorority activities. Here the girls 
line up for the start of the relay race. 




Mary Mathys, winner of the baseball 
throw. 



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Rev. Thomas Malone, MM., who spent almost 
20 years in China as a Maryknoll Missionary, 
spoke on "Confuscianism, Taoism, and Ances- 
tor Worship in China." 



Loyola 
Lecture 
Series . . . 




Dr. Joseph M. Kitagawa, associate professor 
of the History of Religion at the University of 
Chicago addressed the student body on "Bud- 
dhism in the Modern World." 




Dr. Lloyd Fallers, professor of anthropology at 
the University of Chicago, lectured on the wide 
topic of "The Religions of East Africa." 



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Fr. Anthony de Mello, S. J. spoke on "Modern 
Trends in Hinduism." 




Dr. Franklin H. Littell of Chicago Theological 
Seminary discussed "How ]6th Century West- 
ern Christendom Became Divided." 



Fr. Mulligan (right) introduces the well-known Jesuit theologian 
Fr. Gustave Weigel, who addressed Loyola's Jesuit faculty in a 
special lecture shortly before his untimely death. 





A cast of over 250 students . . . original 
music and lyrics . . . the novel use of motion 
pictures ... a new expanded showbook . . . 
the annual VARIETY SHOW was acclaimed a 
great success ... it played to full houses for 
three evenings at Lane auditorium . . . more 
than two dozen different acts were presented 
. . . and enjoyed. 



The Lake Shore union becomes a properties 
room as the cast paints scenery for their 
numbers. 



Wearying hours of practice went into finale of the first half of the show. 




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The Society Three, Jim Porker, Micki 
Leaner, and Alan Kaplan presented 
satire and folk songs. 





Mary Riley serves John Fitzgerald breakfast as 
they spoofed the expanded services of the CTA. 



Connie Balawender thanks everyone who helped 
to make the show a success and reads a list 
of casualties incurred in production. 



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Jo Ellen Tomsk tickled the audience 
with her humor and songs. 





Even with months of rehearsals the 
cast members still keep their fingers 
on opening night. 









The Sigma Delta and Theta Phi team up to settle an old-fashioned 
feud. 




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Marcia Poremski's singing 
won the "Iggy." 



Wasmann members extol the merits of Kansas 
City, with a tune from "Oklahoma." 




Linda Bird returns to Washington for a party and who 
is there? The Secret Service, of course. 





Egan hits for two as Hunter screens against Murray State. 




Coleman's big stretch isn't enough to stop 
Kentucky's Cotton Nash. 



Hunter starts to loft a shot against Murray State. 




Although Loyola's bid for a repeat perform- 
ance in the NCAA failed this year the Ramblers 
still put forth a splendid performance . . . 

The first opponent, Murray State, fell 101- 
91 in McGaw Hall, Evanston . . . gave the 
superior Ramblers little trouble . . . 

But on a traditionally unlucky day, Friday, 
March 1 3th, the Ramblers good fortune ran out 
... a superb University of Michigan team com- 
bined fast breaks and long stalls . . . stopped 
the hard-driving Rambler squad 84-80 . . . 

The consolation game saw the Ramblers 
come back with vengeance to stop the highly 
touted Kentucky squad 100-91 ... to end the 
season on a victorious note. 



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Darden of Michigan and Rouse of 
Loyola lunge for a lose ball in Lu's 
84-80 loss. 



Buntin challenges Jack Egan and Tre- 
goning holds him down, as did the whole 
Michigan team in Minneapolis. 




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Lee Brady sits with a disgusted look 
on his face as the action in "Brigado- 
on" passes him by. 



Anita Weisbrod, Paul Barrett, and Ed- 
ward Signatur in "Cat on a Hot Tin 
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in "Out of the Frying Pan," one of 
the Guild's workshop productions. 




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The Curtain Guild works through- 
out the year-staging both major 
productions and workshops. 




Lee Brady uses his persuasive force on Bob Shearin and Sue DiMasi 
in the second act of "Arms and the Man." 





Paul Barrett and Mary Pat Shelley in 
another scene from the summer pro- 
duction of "Cat." 



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Father Maguire with three recipients of honorary degrees. Dr. John 
Emens, president of Ball State Teachers College, who also gave 
the keynote address, Very Rev. Paul L. O'Connor, S.J., president 
of Xavier University, and Dr. Joseph P. Evans, professor of 
neurological surgery at the University of Chicago. 




Mayor Richard J. Daley and Mrs. Daley watched their daughter, 
Eleanor receive her bachelor of science degree in education. 



Wake: the silver dusk returning 
Up the beach of darkness brims, 

And the ship of sunrise burning 
Strands upon the eastern rim. 

from A. E. Houseman's 

REVEILLE 

"Wake! The hour is come . . . 

go forth, Loyolans, to meet your world ..." 
Seniors graduating in 1964 step from the 
sheltering ivy into a blinding spotlight . . . the 
world is waiting . . . 

A catacylst world ... an international 
entity, from Terra del Fuego to Vladivostok to 
Singapore to Chicago . . . whose hues of mean- 
ing change without notice . . . each week 
brings fresh crises abroad: Viet Nam, Cyprus, 
Panama ... at home the drab of poverty and 
stupor and squalor threatens . . . there is ir- 
religion and hate to combat . . . 

Now is a time for doing ... let Loyolans 
be alive to their world . . . serve God and coun- 
try .. . in testiment to four years of education 
for living. 




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Mrs. Patricia Ann Rozzano, nee Sullivan, was 
the top February graduate with a 3.85, winning 
her magna cum laude honors. 




The daughters of two prominent Chicagoans 
prepare to receive their diplomas. Eleanor Rita 
Daley, daughter of Mayor Daley, and Geraldine 
Roddewig, daughter of Mr. Clair Roddewig, 
president of the Chicago Board of Education. 



The Arie Crown Theater in McCormick Place was overflowing with 
graduates and parents. 



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GRADUATES 



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MID-YEAR DEGREES CONFERRED BY THE GRADUATE SCHOOL 



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Margaret Mary Harrigan 



DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 



Rosemary Shamborsky Bannan 
John Earl Biaglow 
Joan Biederstedt 
Bernell Coleman 
Mary Jane Coogan 
Hermelinda Margarita Fogliatto 
Frank Thomas Frigan 
LaMaurice Holbrook Gardner 
James George Georgas 



Patrick Adebayo Uzoma Opara 



John V. Haley 
Demetries George Halkias 
Sister Helen Gavin, C.S.J. 
Casimir Anthony Janicki 
Mary Ann Aberle Klouda 
Charles Edward Lane 
Joseph P. Liberti 
William S. McGurk 
Robert Albert Meyer 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 

Edwin Otto Geiger 
Eleanore Margaret Hertel 
Michael Lawrence Kiely 
Alfred Von Smolinski 
Marion Walter Zielinski 



Anthony Robert Bartolini 
Ronald Joseph Cherry 
Brother Flavian, F.S.C. 
Reverend Cesareo Garcia 

Cerro, S.J. 
John Richard Goldrick 
Thomas Karivelithara 
Alberto C. S. Malicsi, Jr. 



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MASTER OF SOCIAL INDUSTRIAL 
RELATIONS 



Robert John Saletto 
Thomas Vadakekalam 



Theodore G. Mezarello 

Reverend Edward H. McGrath, S.J. 

John P. O'Reilly 

Donald James Petersen 

James Edward Pilz 

Reverend Gerald D. Roach, O.P. 

Donald B. Ross 



Sister Mary Agneda Holies, B.V.M. 

Ralph Hoseph Amelio 

Prudencia Cervantes Bautista 

Bernard Victor Bernatovich 

John Edward Brow 

Casimir R. Bukala, S.J. 

Gary Karl Burger 

Frank Edward Canfield, S.J. 

Sister Cecilia Van Zandt, D.C. 

Alec Chiu 

Sister Mary Dennis Quinlivan, O.S.B. 

Ignacio Diaz 

Michael Didoha 

Mary Ann Frances Eiler 

Francis Varghese Elamanamathil 

James Bernard Erdmann 

Thomas Edward Fox 

Rita Marie Gallagher 

Amado Garcia, Jr. 

Frank Dudley Gazzolo 

Joyce Carol Gloppe 

Olegario Godey 



MASTER OF ARTS 

Reverend Patrick Christopher 

Greene, O.S.B. 
Gerald Russell Grosh, S.J. 
Benedict Aloysius Gulossa 
Gail F. Hamilton 
John Warren Hauch 
Henry William Herx 
F. Edward Higgins 
Roy John Horton 
Thomas Michael Hudacek 
Harriet Lois Kaufman 
John Leonard Kellog 
Patricia Bemice Kubistal 
Sister M. Lenora Maier, O.S.F. 
Leonard Henry Lesko 
Sister M. Lenginia Pobiedzinski, 

P.H.J.C. 
Sister M. Loretto (Zandrews) S.S.C. 
Sister Marion Paul Krebs, C.S.J. 
Katherine Margaret Marron 
Sister M. Maurice Keeven, O.S.F. 
Roger John Meag 
Robert Edward Nolan 



J. Paul O'Brien, S.J. 

Brother Daniel Joseph Often, S.M. 

Mother Mary Patrick Scmpkin, 

I. B.V.M. 
Sister M. Paul Lenore Belzer , O.S.F. 
Charles Jon Peterson, S.J. 
Leda Mary Pitaero 
Sister Mary Regina Theresa, B.V.M. 
David Joseph Reid 
Lillian A. Renecke 
Hope E. Rhinestine 
John Joseph Rodney 
Thomas P. Roelle 
Sylvia Dalton Searight 
James Michoel Sharkey 
Robert Howard Sweeney 
Esther Loretta Tejeda 
Robert Charles Thul, S.J. 
Patricia Anne Tiechenor 
Kathleen Elizabeth Toomey 
Mary Kathryn Watson 
John Wayne Witek, S.J. 
Sister M. Xavier, Greifer P.H.J.C. 



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MASTER OF EDUCATION 



Angelle Rose Alessi 

Jeanne Barbara Anderson 

Joanne Armintrout 

Robert Baime 

Nancy Ann Banks 

Robert Joseph Bart 

Winifred Ellen Bartholomew 

Helene Delores Bernard 

Reverend Lawrence William Biskner 

Ralph A. Bonaccorsi 

William A. Bosnak 

Mary Ann Brezina 

Margaret Joan Brouwer 

Editha Copiozo Cabela 

Edilberta Real Cadaoas 

Sister Mary Carl, S.L. 

Richard Joseph Carlin 

Helen Ward Carry 

Betty Jane Cervantes 

Sister Mary Charles Prince, O.S.M. 

Nancy Ruth Cihak 

Elaine Clemens 

Fe Bernardo Cruz 

Elizabeth Ann Curylo 

Sister M. Cyril Krasauskas, S.S.C. 

Bernard Dave Demb 

Thomas J. Doyle 

Lourdes Ordona Estoque 

Rosemarie Frances Fitzek 

Sister Mary Flowerette Koottakallil, 

CD. 
Sister Mary Francine Longo, O.S.M. 
Sister Francis Anne, C.S.C. 
Joan Ellen Frische 
Frank Theodore Gartman 
Sara Jane Gordon 
Barbara A. Grieb 
Salvatore John Guagliardo 
Gerald Haby, S.M. 
Barbara Ann Hartke 
Thomas Edward Healy 
Mary Samra Kicks 
Rev. Joseph Donald Highland 
Sister Mary lone, O.S.F. 
Walter John Jonoskey 
Jack Kenneth Jay 
Sister M. Jean Cecile Lacombe, 

O.P. 
Sister Mary Josella, C.S.C, Bauer 
Philip Korah Kalayil 
Patricio A. Kozlowski 



Casimira Marie Krol 

Antonio L. Ledesma, S.J. 

John Joseph Lee 

Paul John LeGare, O.S.B. 

George Joseph Malayil 

Elizabeth Matula 

Matthew Anthony McCarthy 

Roy Allen McCarty 

JoeAnna St. Clair Mitchell 

Maria Teresita Montemayor 

Alphonse Genji Murata, C.S.V. 

Margaret Jean Murphy 

James Francis Nunan 

Edwin Robert Olson 

Eileen Brigid O'Malley 

Anthony Pasko 

Sister Mary Patricia Ann, B.V.M. 

Sister Mary Patrick Ferguson, C.S.A. 

Suzerte Pertile 

Loretta Ann Peterson 

Irene Ann Prokocki 

Magelende G. Renovilla 

Sister M. Rita Dolores, C.S.C, Carr 

Sister Mary Roberta Prince, O.S.M. 

Pearl Genevieve Santelli 

George Joseph Scripp 

Gordon J. Sharp 

Sister Mary St. Judith Sheahan 

Terrence James Sheehan 

Kathleen Helen Sheehy 

Jane Marie Smith 

Diane Peters Srarkey 

Donald Richard Starkey 

Mary Gallagher Sullivan 

Stan Richard Surdy 

Frances C. Sweeney 

Zelda Sylvia Sweet 

Rev. John C. Szymkowiak, O.F.M. 

Conv. 
Ruth Tarailo 
Lois Anne Tortorelli 
Belen T. Tugade 
Stephen A. Ucherek 
Rev. Stephen Victor Varga 
Rosario Cordero Villasenor 
Sister Mary Virginine Graham, 

B.V.M. 
Almeda Rose Walker 
Robert Weiss 
Elizabeth Wesseling 
John Lawrence Wren 



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Graduating Seniors, 
Class of 1964 



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JOSEPH A. ACCOMANDO 

B.B.A. 




GERALD C. ACKERMANN 

M.D. 




JOHN C. ADAMS 

B.S. (HUM.) 



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TERRY ANDERSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES C. ANNARINO 

D.D.S. 



JERRY ANNONI 

D.D.S. 



PATRICK J. ARNOLD 

B.S. (S.S.) 





JEANETTE M. AUMULLER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



CURT AYERS 

D.D.S. 



BRO. PIUS BAKER, C.F.A. 

B.S.N. 



THOMAS F. BAKER 

B.S. (Hum.) 




CHARLES J. BALDWIN 

M.D. 



MATTHEW S. BALDWIN, JR. 

B.S. (S.S.) 



LOUIS R. BALDINI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DONALD E. BANICKI 

M.D. 



61 






EDWARD J. BANKMANN, JR. 
B.B.A. 



GEORGE R. T. BARANOWSKY 

D.D.S. 



ANDREW B. BARRY 

B.B.A. 



JAMES T. BARRY 

A.B. 





EDMUND BART 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD M. BASS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CAREN M. BASSETT 

A.B. 



ROBERT A. BASSI 

B.S. (Hum.) 





KENNETH J. BASTUGA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARGARET M. BAUR 

B.S. (Hum.) 



PATRICIA E. BAYLOCK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RONALD J. BECKER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



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ARLENE E. BLINKHORN 

B.S.N. 



SYLVIA A. BELLIPANNI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROSALIE A. BELNIAK 

B.S.N. 



DONALD N. BENKOWSKI 
B.S. (S.S.) 






MARGARET M. BENSON 

B.S. (Ed.) 



THOMAS P. BENTON 

M.D. 



EDWARD J. BERCIER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT F. BERGSTROM 

B.S. (Hum.) 






EDWARD J. BERKSON 


CAROLE L. BERTACCHI 


DONALD T. BERTUCCI 


LOUIS BIELAKOWSKI 


J.D. 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 




JOHN J. BILLION 

M.D. 



EDWARD E. BLACK 

D.D.S. 



JAMES BLACK 

D.D.S. 



SISTER M. JANET 
BLACKMAN, O.S.F. 

B.S.N. 






THOMAS M. BLANCHFIELD 


GERALD A. BLASSAGE 


GARY J. BLUEMINK 


JOSEPH F. BOCK 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


M.D. 


D.D.S. 



64 





BRUCE J. BONAFIDE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY E. BONNER 

B.S.N. 



MARVIN BORNSTEIN 

J.D. 



RICHARD L. BOSTYAN 

D.D.S. 







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ROBERT M. BOYACK 

B.B.A. 



KAREN L. BOYD 

B.S. (Ed.) 



WINIFRED A. BOYLAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



WARREN D. BRACY 

B.S. (S.S.) 




JAMES J. BRADFORD 

B.B.A. 



PATRICK J. BRANNEN 

B.B.A. 



GERALD M. BRENNOCK 

M.D. 



RUTH A. BRINKMAN 

B.S.N. 



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DENNIS J. BRODERICK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WALTER BROOKER 

B.S. (N.S.) 




GARTH BROWN 
D.D.S. 





PATRICIA L. BROWN 

A.B. 





THOMAS R. BRUNO 

M.D. 






I 




i 



THEODORE J. BRUNK 

A.B. 




JOHN S. BUCZEK 

A.B. 



HENRY J. BUHRMANN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



NICHOLAS J. BURIK 

M.D. 



JAMES A. BURKE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



66 




JOHN J. BURKE 

B.S. (Hum.) 





RICHARD M. BURMEISTER 

B.B.A. 





NICHOLAS C. BURRIESCI 

M.D. 



ROBERT J. BUSCHMANN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JAMES R. BUSHELL 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROSEMARY BUSIEL 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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THOMAS F. BYRNE, JR. 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ANNE L. BYRNES 

B.S. (Hum.) 



KATHRYN J. BYRNES 

B.S.N. 



LAWRENCE M. CALL 

B.B.A. 






MARY KATE CAMPFIELD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN P. CANNON 

B.B.A. 



PHILIP J. CAPUTO 

B.S. (Hum.) 



FRANCES T. CARAHER 

B.S. (Ed.) 






PAUL V. CARELLI, III 

L.L.B. 



JAMES R. CARLSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JACK R. CAROLLO 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LAWRENCE CARROLL 

B.B.A. 



68 






GEORGIA A. CARROLL 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GEORGE R. CARUSO 

J.D. 



JEANETTE M. CARUSO 

A.B. 



JOANNE T. CARUSO 

A.B. 





DENNIS CASTY 


JOSEPH A. CATARELLO 


LAURENT CATUDAL 


FRANCIS A. CELATA 


A.B. 


D.D.S. 


D.D.S. 


D.D.S. 









BARBARA JO. V. CHESNA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



LORELEI A. CHIARAMONTE 

B.S.N. 



CARMEN A. CHIDICHIMO 

B.B.A. 



EDWARD M. CIALKOWSKI 

D.D.S. 



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CAROLYN CIASTKO 

B.S. (Hum.) 



FRANK P. CIHLAR 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOSEPH R. CLAWSON 
D.D.S. 



ERIN M. CLIFFORD 

B.S. (Hum.) 




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WILLIAM H. CLUNE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DONNA T. CLUTTERBUCK 

B.S.N. 



RICHARD J. COCHRAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



VIRGINIA COCHRANE 

B.S. (N.S.) 





JOHN V. CODY 

A.B. 



EDWARD L. COGAN 

J.D. 



PAULA A. COLANDREA 

B.S.N. 



PAUL F. CONARTY 

A.B. 







LEE J. CIESLAK 

J.D. 



PATRICIA E. CONERTY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



WILLIAM J. CONNELL 

J.D. 



JAMES S. CONNIFF 

B.S. (S.S.) 



71 




MARGARET M. CONNOLLY 

B.S. (Hum.) 





GERALD P. CONNORS 

B.S. (N.S.) 





JOHN W. COOK 

D.D.S. 



KEITH E. COOK 

B.B.A. 





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ELIZABETH A. CORNS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY ELLEN CONNERS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



BRO. JOHN L. 
CORREDATO, C.S.V. 

A.B. 



JOSEPH W. CORSO 

B.S. (S.S.) 



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STEPHEN J. COX 

B.B.A. 




STEPHANIE M. CRAMER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



AUGUST J. CRIVOLIO 

B.S. (S.S.) 




JEROME P. CROKIN 

B.B.A. 



JOHN C. CROWIN 

M.D. 



MICHAEL G. CULLINAN 

B.S. (N.S.) 






PAULA L. CUNNINGHAM 

B.S. (Ed.) 



CAROLINE M. CURELO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MICHAEL J. CURTIN 

M.D. 



GREGORY A. CYGNAR 

B.B.A. 



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BRO. CASIMIR CYPHER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RICHARD W. CYR 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT J. DAGGIT 

B.B.A. 



CAROLE E. DALY 

B.S. (Ed.) 




JAMES H. DAVIS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



BRO. RONALD J. DAVIS 

A.B. 



WILLIAM DASTIC 

D.D.S. 



JAMES A. DEBROS 

B.S. (N.S.) 




ALEXANDER J. DEL GIUDICE 

B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS R. DeMAEYER 

B.B.A. 



CAROL A. DeMAlO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DENNIS L. DEMSKEY 

D.D.S. 



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EMMA J. DERI 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DENNIS A. DERNBACH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT R. DeSTEFANO 

B.B.A. 



MARY ELLEN DIENES 

B.S. (Hum.) 





VALERIE D. DiFONSO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RONALD E. DILGER 

B.B.A. 



DONALD J. DePINTO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT J. DIX 

B.B.A. 




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JOHN R. DOLLARD 
D.D.S. 



JOAN R. DONOVAN 

B.S. (Hum) 



JOHN J. DONOVAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES P. DOLAN 

L.L.B. 





MARIE D. DOOLEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY A. DOOLING 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES M. DORN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



SALVATORE R. DRAGOTTA 

B.B.A. 






JOANNE D. DUDEK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY CAROL GAPEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALDINE M. DUNKLEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JOHN R. DURBURG 

B.S. (S.S.) 



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THOMAS P. DURKIN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



EDWARD A. DUTKA, JR. 

M.D. 



GERALD DUSZA 

D.D.S. 



RICHARD J. DVORCHAK 
B.B.A. 





NANCY E. DWYER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MICHAEL P. EBERT 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN C. EGAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM S. EGAN 

B.B.A. 






PATRICIA EBERT 


LULA D. ELIAS 


BRO. 


MICHAEL R. 


ELMORE, 


MICHAEL E. ERICKSON 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 




C.S.V. 

A.B. 




B.S. (Ed.) 



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KENNETH J. FABIAN 

M.D. 







JAMES A. EVANS 

D.D.S. 




JOSEPH C. FANELLI 

B.S. (S.S.) 




THERESA M. FANELLI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GARY E. FARRELL 

B.S. (S.S.) 



78 




PETER FERA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES M. FINK 

M.D. 



KENNETH T. FIRLING 

B.S. (S.S.) 



E. GREGORY FISHER 

M.D. 




ROBERT L. FITT 

B.B.A. 




EDWARD R. FITZGERALD 

B.B.A. 




JOHN M. FITZGERALD 

B.S. (Hum.) 




STEPHEN W. FLECK 

B.S. (Hum.) 






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THOMAS J. FITZGERALD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



EDWARD M. FITZPATRICK 

A.B. 



JEREMIAH J. FLYNN 

B.B.A. 



MICHAEL J. FOGARTY 

B.B.A. 



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HERMELINDA M. FOGLIATTO 

Ph.D. 



MARY E. FORD 

B.S.N. 



WILLIAM L. FORTIN 

J.D. 



RICHARD N. FOSSIER 

B.B.A. 






MARY S. FRATUS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ANN M. FRAWLEY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



THOMAS C. FREBORG 

B.B.A. 



WARREN R. FULLER 

B.B.A. 






DANIEL FUNG 
D.D.S. 



SYLVESTER FURMANEK 

D.D.S. 



BRUCE M. GACH 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROGER L. GALASSINI 

L.L.B. 



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RICHARD GALICH 

M.D. 



JOHN F. GALLAGHER 

B.S. (S.S.) 




IMELDA M. WALSH-GALLAGHER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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JULIE A. GALLAGHER 

B.S.N. 




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MAUREEN GANNON 


B.S. (S.S.) 





RAYMOND F. GALLAGHER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ANNA M. GAMBOL 

M.S.I.R. 




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ANNETTE B. GARNELLO 

B.S.N. 




MAJ. FRANK T. GARTMAN 
USA 

M.S. (Ed.) 




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WILLIAM M. GATTI 

M.D. 



GERALD M. GAWLIK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MICHAEL J. GEISS 

M.D. 



JOHN H. GERDING 

B.S. (N.S.) 





ROLAND J. GERETTI 

M.D. 



WILLIAM P. GIBBONS 

M.D. 



MITCHELL P. GIENKO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WINIFRED A. GILL 

B.S. (Ed.) 




LT. COL. MATTHEW R. J. 
GIUFFRE, USA 

M.S.I.R. 



JOHN F. GLATZ 

A.B. 



JOHN T. GMELICH 

M.D. 



LOUIS P. GONNELLA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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ELAINE C. GONSIOR 

B.S. (N.S.) 




DAVID B. GORMAN 

B.B.A. 




NOREEN E. GORMAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 




JOHN R. GRAEF 

B.S. (N.S.) 



FRANCIS GREEN 

D.D.S. 






JULIANNE GREENLEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 




TERRENCE P. GRACE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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EDWARD A. GRIEBE, JR. 

D.D.S. 






GERALDINE M. GRIFFIN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RICHARD C. GROLL 

J.D. 



MARY LEE A. GROSS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DENNIS F. GUANCI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



83 






PHILIP F. GUCCIARDO 

B.B.A. 



MARYANN GUIDO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



TERRY A. GUILFOYLE 

B.B.A. 



FRANCES E. GUTSCHICK 

B.S. (Ed.) 







MICHAEL GUZALDO 

D.D.S. 



THERESA N. GUZZO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DAVID G. HAAS 

D.D.S. 



JOHN D. HAEGER 

B.S. (Hum.) 






ALICE A. HAGAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS V. HALLETT 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DIETJE R. HAUG 

B.S.N. 



GERALD P. HANLON 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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SANDRA L. HANNA 

B.S.N. 



WILLIAM M. HANSEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 






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CHARLES E. HARRISON 

J.D. 



MARY ANN HARVEY 

B.S.N. 



SISTER M. JOHN HARVEY, 
O.S.F. 

B.S.N. 



THEODORE J. HAUPERT 

B.S. (N.S.) 




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BARBARA A. HAYES 


MARY L. HAZELTON 


MAUREEN E. HEALY 


TIMOTHY G. HEALY 


B.S.N. 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 



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JANICE T. HEBENSTREIT 

B.S.N. 



JAMES F. HEGEDUS 

D.D.S. 



JOHN P. HENDERSON 

M.D. 



CHRISTIAN F. HENNING 

B.S. (Hum.) 





V 




JOHN HENNING 

B.S. (N.S.) 



SISTER M. COLLEEN HENRICK, 
O.S.F. 

B.S.N. 



WILLIAM J. HERBERT 

B.B.A. 



KENNETH D. HERFKENS 

M.D. 





LEE R. HERNESS 

D.D.S. 



WILLIAM A. HERR 

A.B. 



HELEN M. HERSHINOW 

B.S.N:. 



DANIEL M. HICKMAN 

B.S. (S.S) 



86 




JOHN B. HILL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN G. HILLEBRAND, JR. 

B.B.A. 



DENNIS HILLENBRAND 

D.D.S. 



LOIS M. HLAVATY 

A.B. 





HOWARD HOFFMAN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



PATRICIA M. HOGAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RICHARD M. HOLLCRAFT 

M.D. 



KAREN T. HORAN 

B.B.A. 






RAYMOND J. HOSEK 

B.B.A. 



THOMAS T. HOSKINS 

B.B.A. 



YOSHIO HOSOBUCHI 

M.D. 



KEVIN A. HOULIHAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



87 






MARILYN J. HUYGHEBAERT 

B.S. (Hum.) 



RICHARD A. HOWE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SHIRLEY M. HOWE 

L.L.B. 



JOHN G. HRINDA 

M.D. 






JOHN R. HUBANKS 

M.D. 



DONALD R. HUDSON, O.F.M.C. 

B.S. (S.S.) 







PATRICK H. HUGHES 

B.B.A. 



ELVIS A. HUNTER 

D.D.S. 



BARBARA M. HUSPEN 

B.S.N. 



FRANK W. IERULLI 

D.D.S. 



88 





MICHAEL J. IMUNDO 

B.S. (S.S.) 



EUGENE F. INGLES 

D.D.S. 



KATHY IRELAND 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DONALD Y. IWASAKI 

D.D.S. 





CHARLENE E. JACOBS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY K. JANCO 

B.S. (Hum.) 






GERALD A. JARBIGIAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



RAYMOND S. JARECKI 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT T. JARRETT 
M.D. 



SANDRA C. JASKE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



89 





JOYCE A. JASKULSK1 

B.S. (Ed.) 




EDWIN S. JASZCZAK 

B.B.A. 




JAMES D. JOHANNES 

M.D. 



JOHN W. JUROWICZ 

B.S. (Hum.) 






DENNIS A. KAISER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



REGINA M. KAMMERMEIER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



EDWIN L. KAMSTOCK 

M.D. 



EDWARD J. KAMYSZ 

B.B.A. 



90 



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MAUREEN C. KANE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOSE V. KANNANKERIL 

Ph.D. 



SHELDON L. KANTOFF 

J.D. 



CHARLES KARNEFFEL 

B.B.A. 






JOHN P. KATTNER 

B.B.A. 



LUCINA G. KAUFMANN 

M.D. 



JAMES P. KARWOWSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CECILIA KAZAK 

B.S. (S.S.) 







JAMES P. KEANE 

B.B.A. 



LAWRENCE M. KEEFE 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM J. KEENAN 

M.D. 



CATHY B. KEHOE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



91 






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ROBERT J. KETELAAR 

M.D. 





LLIAM L. KEMPF 


JEAN M. KERNAN 


WILLIAM B. KERR 


ROBERT F. KESER 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S (Hum.) 




PATRICIA A. KETT 

B.S. (Ed.) 



KATHLEEN KEVIATEK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARYLOU R. KILEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 




GERALD J. KING 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARY B. KING 

B.S.N. 



SHARON L. KING 

B.S. (Ed.) 



LINDA J. KIRCHBERGER 

B.S.N. 



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B.S. (N.S.) 



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B.B.A. 



MARY F. KLOECKNER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOAN T. KLONOWSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 




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ROBERTA G. KLOS 

B.S.N. 



EDWARD T. KNYCH 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT T. KOEHLER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS J. KONEN 

B.S. ( Hum.) 









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ROBERT A. KORENKIEWICZ 

B.S. (Hum.) 



FLORENCE C. KOWALCZYK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MICHELE C. KOWALESIK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



93 





DENNIS J. KOZLOWSKI 

B.B.A. 



BEATRICE M KRIPPNER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



EDWINA KROL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JANICE R. KROZEL 

B.S. (N.S.) 





EDWARD J. KROLL 

B.B.A. 



STANLEY D. KUBACKI 

B.B.A. 



JOANNE T. KUJAWINSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARILYN J. KULLA 

B.S.N. 




EDWARD J. KUNEVICH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



HELEN B. KURASH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DONALD A. KURTH 

D.D.S, 



ALICE M. KUTAS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



94 





PATRICIA E. KWASNIEWSKI 

B.S. (Ed.) 




BARBARA M. LAMBKE 

B.S. (Ed.) 




LOUIS M. LaGIGLIA 

B.B.A. 



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ALLAN D. LANDT 

B.B.A. 




JOHN LANE 

D.D.S. 



GEORGE E. LANG 

B.S. (N.S.) 



95 




PHYLLIS L. LANSU 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARGARET A. LARSEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SONJA I. LARSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



DARLENE G. LAWNICZAK. 

B.S. (S.S.) 






WILLIAM H. LEISTEN, JR. 

B.B.A. 



JANE A. LENTINO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RONALD A. LENTZ 

B.B.A. 



ANGELO F. LEO 

B.S. (N.S.) 





ROBERT G. LESAGE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



BARRY LEVITT 

J.D. 



JOSEPH P. LEWAND 

B.B.A. 



SAMUEL J. LIBMAN 

D.D.S. 



96 





JACK LIEBERMAN 

D.D.S. 



CHESTER C. LOCKWOOD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JAMES K. LOFKY 

D.D.S. 



FLORENCE LONG 

M.D. 




GREGORY L. LOUVIAUX 

M.D. 



JOSEPH M. LOMBARDO 

M.D. 



DENNIS L. LOOBY 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD T. LORENZ JR. 

J.D. 





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JAMES LOWTH 

D.D.S. 



PHYLLIS M. LUBACK 

A.B. 



JOSEPH K. LUBY 

J.D. 



LORETTA S. LUCEK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



97 






PATRICIA A. LUETKEMEYER 

A.B. 



ROSEMARY LUKACEVICH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



BARBARA KEOUGH LUNDERGAN 

J.D. 



JOHN P. LUNN 

B.S. (Hum.) 







BARBARA V. LUSINSKI 

B.S.N. 



ANNE M. LUZWICK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



EDWARD J. LYNCH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



LAWRENCE A. LYNCH 

B.S. (Hum.) 







Patricia m. McAleese 

B.S.N. 



RICHARD D. McBRIDE 

D.D.S. 



EDWARD McCARDELL 

J.D. 



richard j. McCarthy 

A.B. 



98 









winifred j. McCarthy 

B.S. (S.S.) 



GRAHAM J. McCLEAN 

B.B.A. 



DAVID P. McGUIRE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY A. McHALE 

B.S. (Hum.) 





ALLEN M. MclNERNEY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



M. RICHARD McMAHON 
A.B. 



ROSEMARY C. McMULLEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



BRO. RONALD E. McMURRAY, 
C.S.V. 

A.B. 





WB&mA 




GEORGIA L. McNAMARA 

B.S.N. 



DAN P. McQUADE 

B.S. (S.S.) 




F. JEROME MAAS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RICHARD J. MADAY 

A.B. 



ROSEMARY MADEJA 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RALPH MADONNA 

D.D.S. 




EMMY LOU MAHALAK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY ELLEN MAHONEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



PAUL D. MAHONEY 

M.D. 



ROBERT G. MAHONY 

J.D. 



100 





DARLENE R. MAJKA 


JANICE M. MAJKA 


ROBERT J. MALCOLM 


FRANK J. MANCZKO 


B.S.N. 


B.S.N. 


B.B.A. 


B.B.A. 





SALVATORE E. MANGIONE 

A.B. 



MATTHEW Z. MARDESICH 

D.D.S. 



MARJORIE J. MARSHALL 

B.S.N. 



MARY ANN MARONEY 

M.D. 





DANIEL A. MARSH 

B.B.A. 



ROBERT J. MATAYA 

B.B.A. 



STEVEN MATOKAR 

D.D.S. 



MARTIN A. MAYER 

B.B.A. 



101 





RICHARD J. MATT 
B.B.A. 



JEROME MAURICE 
D.D.S. 



FREDERICK A. MAUSOLF 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES B. MEHL 

B.B.A. 




SHARYN M. MEKUS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARTIN P. MELODY 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD K. MESTRICH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CHARLES METELKA 

B.S. (S.S.) 





ROBERT F. MEYER 

B.B.A. 



GEORGE A. MICHAS 

M.D. 



LYLE F. MIDDLETON 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SUSAN M. MIDDLETON 

B.S.N. 



102 





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BURTON A. MILLER 

D.D.S. 



DONALD R. MILLER 

D.D.S. 



MARY R. MILLER 

B.S.N. 



ANDREW MINAUDO 

D.D.S. 






MAUREEN E. MOLYNEAUX 
B.B.A. 



WALTER J. MONCO 

B.B.A. 



VINCENT M. MONZELLA 

B.B.A. 



MARY C. MOORE 

B.S. (Ed.) 






VERNON MOORE 


JOHN F. MORAN 


MARTIN A. MORAN 


JAMES M. MORKUNAS 


B.S. (N.S.) 


M.D. 


B.S. (N.S.) 


A.B. 



103 




WILLIAM F. MORRIS 

B.B.A. 




ANNE L. MORRISSEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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ROGER J. MOWRY 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM D. MOYLAN, JR. 

A.B. 



GREGORY, A. MUELLER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN J. MULKERIN 

B.B.A. 



104 





A. THOMAS MUNIZZO 

B.S. (S.S.) 





HOWARD L. MURRAY 

B.S. (N.S.) 





CATHERINE L. MUSICH 

B.S.N. 




EUGENE MUSKUS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY K. NARKO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



PAUL NEARY 

D.D.S. 





SUSAN J. NELIS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



BROOKS M. NELSON 

B.A. (Hum.) 



JAMES D. NIEDS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



105 





ROBERT B. NIELSEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



PHYLLIS E. NOBLE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT MOLL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ALGIS A. NORVILAS 

B.S. (S.S.) 





RAYMOND C. NOVATNEY 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT NOVOTNEY 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT S. NOVOTNY 

D.D.S. 



STANTON C. NOSKIN 

D.D.S. 





MARY B. O'BOYLE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JOSEPH M. O'CALLAGHAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



BRUNO OCIEPKA, JR. 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ANTHONY O'CONNELL 

A.B. 



106 




JOHN E. O'CONNOR 

B.B.A. 



JAMES M. O'DONNELL 

D.D.S. 



PETER M. O'FLAHERTY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GAIL E. O'HARA 

B.S. (Ed.) 





TOM M. O'HARA 

B.B.A. 



PATRICK E. O'KEEFE 

A.B. 



GEORGE A. OLSON 

D.D.S. 



BERNADETTE R. O'MALLEY 

B.S. (Ed.) 




JAMES F. O'MARA 


RICHARD T. O'NEIL 


CHARLES E. OSADJAN 


LAWRENCE OSINSKI 


B.B.A. 


D.D.S. 


M.D. 


B.S. (N.S.) 



107 





RICHARD A. OSTEN 

B.B.A. 



JOHN F. OSWALT 

D.D.S. 



BRIAN T. PABICH 
B.S. (Hum.) 




WILLIAM M. PAKOSZ 

D.D.S. 



BERNARD R. PALUS 

M.D. 



REYNOLD A. PANA 

B.S. (Hum.) 




108 






CHARLENE P. PARKER 
B.S. (Hum.) 



NINA F. PARVULESCU 

B.S.N. 



MARY PASCHEN 

B.S. (Ed.) 




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JON M. PASCHKE 

A.B. 



LAWRENCE F. PATTERSON 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MILES L. PATTERSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 




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DIANE M. PEINIGER 

B.S.N. 



DONNA PELTZER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



LORNA M. PETERS 

B.S.N. 



109 





LORRAINE J. PETRAK 

M.D. 



PATRICIA M. PHELAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



NICHOLAS J. PIEDISCALZI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JAMES G. PIPER 

B.S. (S.S.) 





LENARD D. PISARSKI 

D.D.S. 



WILLIAM A. POHLMAN 

B.A. (Hum.) 



ROBERT H. POKRYWKA 

B.B.A. 



RAYMOND E. PONCE 

M.D. 





CHARLOTTE POPP 

B.S.N. 



THOMAS K. POULAKIDAS 

D.D.S. 



ANTHONY J. POULOS 

B.B.A. 



THOMAS J. POZESKY 

M.D. 



110 






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RICHARD G. PRIMEAU 
B.B.A. 



GRIFFITH PRITCHARD 

D.D.S. 



MARGARET R. PROCYK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROSEMARY F. PROW 

B.S.N. 




DIANNA L. PRUYN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



WILLIAM R. QUINLAN 

J.D. 



PAT QUINN 

A.B. 



PETER J. QUINN 

B.B.A. 



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JEANNE P. QUIRK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



PETER W. RABIDEAU 

B.S. (N.S.) 



NOREEN L. RAIA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LEO R. RAKOWSKI 

B.S. (Hum.) 





RICHARD C. RAMAZINSKI 

B.B.A. 



PATRICIA M. RAND 

B.S. (Ed.) 



LYNNE M. RANK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



KENNETH E. RAPACZ 

B.B.A. 






FRANK T. RASTIGUE 

D.D.S. 



DONALD R. RAY 

A.B. 



HELEN I. REICHERT 

B.S.N. 



WILLIAM REICHERT, JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 



112 






WILLIAM J. REMAKS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



RICHARD C. REMY 


BRO. 


PATRICK W. 


RENDER 


RONALD J. REPKA 


B.S. (Hum.) 




A.B. 




B.S. (N.S.) 





RIMANTAS A. REPSYS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DENNIS A. RETER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS R. RHODENBAUGH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



DAVID J. RICE 

B.B.A. 






JOYCE A. RICHARD 


ROBERT A. RIDGEWAY 


MARY B. RILEY 


BARBARA J. RIVAN 


B.S. (S.S.) 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S.N. 



113 




TERRY W. ROBINSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM F. ROBINSON 

M.D. 



TAFT W. ROE 

M.D. 



IRVIN S. ROGER 

B.S. (N.S.) 




TIMOTHY J. ROGUS 

A.B. 



RAYMOND J. ROMANUS 

M.D. 



DONALD W. RONIN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MICHAEL L. ROSINIA 

D.D.S. 





WALTER V. ROUSE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



LAURENCE H. RUBIN 

D.D.S. 



114 




WILLIAM J. 


RUFF 


NATALIE M. RUFFOLO 


JOSEPH A. RUSCHEINSKI 


JANICE J. RUSCITT1 


M.D. 




B.S. (Ed.) 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Ed.) 





CHARLES R. RUSKY 


JAMES W. RYAN 


PATRICK J. RYAN 


DIANA SAKAL 


B.B.A. 


J.D. 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (Ed.) 



I^KS 




RONALD V. SALEMME 

B.S. (S.S.) 




115 






MICHAEL E. SAMMON 
J.D, 



VERNON C. SANNA 

D.D.S. 



BARBARA A. SANTUCCI 

M.D. 



KARL E. SANZENBACHER 

M.D. 






PHILIP J. SATURNINO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CAROL A. SEBASTIAN 

B.S.N. 



CAROLE A. SCHIAVONE 

B.S.N. 



GEORGE H. SCHIRMER 

B.B.A. 





LAWRENCE N. SCHMIDT 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD J. SCHMITZ 

D.D.S. 



CHARLES L. SCHNIBBEN 

D.D.S. 



WILLIAM T. SCHAEFER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



116 





JEROME SCHOEN 


DONALD J. SCHRACK 


JOHN E. SCHULIEN 


MARGARET M. SCHULTZ 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 





RICHARD E. SCHUTH 

M.D. 



DONALD D. SCHWARZKOPF 

A.B. 



SANDRA N. SCHUHRKE 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARY A. SCOTT 

B.S. (S.S.) 









MARY C. SEIBERT 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOYCE M. SEIDEL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



BARRY L. SEILLER 

M.D. 



JAMES M. SELLETT 

D.D.S. 



117 






DONALD J. SENESE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DAVID F. SEVENING 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DIANE M. SHAFFER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DAVID F. SHANAHAN 

B.B.A. 




I 





MARY K. SHANNON 
B.S.N. 



ROBERT N. SHEARIN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RICHARD M. SICKMAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



NAOMI A. SIDELL 

B.S. (N.S.) 








THOMAS SIEBERT 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ELAINE J. SIKOKIS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ALLEN O. SIMMONS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARY JANE SKVIER 

B.S.N. 



1 18 






MARY ANN E. SLIVKA 

B.S.N. 



JOHN A. SLOSAR, JR. 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CHARLES S. SMITH 

M.D. 



GREGORY M. SMORON 

D.D.S. 





JOSEPH P. SMYTH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES R. SNEIDER 

J.D. 




JESSE SOLTYSIAK 

D.D.S. 



DEAN E. SORENSEN 

M.D. 



119 




JOSEPH J. SOROTA, JR. 

J.D. 



JOHN A. SOSCIA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CONSTANCE D. SOWA 

B.S.N. 



KATHLEEN M. SPEH 

B.S. (S.S.) 






JOAN D. SPICCI 


FREDERICK H. SREDL 


JANE SROTYR 


MARGARET M. STACY 


B.S. (N.S.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (Ed.) 




WESLEY R. STACKNIK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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JOHN W. STANGER 

D.D.S. 



JOSEPH K. STARKEY 

B.B.A. 



WAYNE E. STARMAN 

B.B.A. 



ALBIN R. STASIAK 

B.S. (Hum.) 






DONALD W. STEERE 

D.D.S. 



FRANK STEIN 

M.D. 



JOHN J. STEINBERGER, O.S.M. 

A.B. 



CONSTANCE S. STEMBERK 

B.S. (S.S.) 





THOMAS J. STEPHENS 

B.B.A. 



ROBERT A. STLOUKAL 

B.B.A. 



121 





SISTER M. JAMES MARIE 
STOCKTON 

B.S.N. 



HUBERT W. STOTT 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT M. STREZEWSKI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROSEMARY STRUECK 

B.S.N. 





ROBERT J. STRZYZ 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARY JANE SUCH 

B.S.N. 



TIMOTHY A. SVEC 

B.S. (N.S.) 



FRANK C. SULITA 

B.B.A. 




JAMES G. SULLIVAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARGARET A. SULLIVAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ANTHONY W. SUMMERS III 

B.S. (Hum.) 



122 





JOSEPH C. SUTLY 

M.D. 



THEODORE A. SWEARINGER 

D.D.S. 



THOMAS E. SWIERKOWSKI 

D.D.S. 



RICHARD J. SZATKIEWICZ 

D.D.S. 





RICHARD E. SZUKALA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARIE F. SZYMANSKI 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DENNIS J. SZYMCZAK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RICHARD G. TACCINI 

B.B.A. 





GEORGE R. TADROWSKI 

B.B.A. 



JANET L. TANDY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JAMES R. TANSOR 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY V. TELLERS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



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ANDREW J. TELLIS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY ANN THOMAS 

B.S.N. 




HAROLD W. THIEDA 

B.S. (N.S.) 




WILLIAM W. THOMAS 

D.D.S. 




RICHARD M. THORNE 

M.D. 



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VINCENT N. TITTLE 
L.L.B. 




CECIL TOUCHARD 

D.D.S. 



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DANIEL A. TOBINSKI 

B.B.A. 




WILLIAM D. TOWNE 

M.D. 





ERNEST R. TONIELLI 

D.D.S. 




DOROTHY A. TRAYNOR 

B.S. (N.S.) 




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PATRICIA A. TOPPING 

B.S.N. 



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MICHAEL J. TRUPPA 

B.S. (N.S.) 




FRANK N. TUCCI 

M.D. 



RICHARD ULLRICH 

B.B.A. 



VALENTINE M. VALIENT 

B.S.N. 



JACQUELINE A. VANUCCI 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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JUDITH M. VANALEK 

B.S. (Ed.) 






JOHN D. VAN BRAMER 

A.B. 



MARY K. VAN BUREN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



BRUCE W. VANCE 

B.B.A. 



SANDRA J. VAN GOETHEM 

B.S. (Hum.) 





JUDITH A. VAN KLAVEREN 

B.S.N. 



JOSEPH C. VARCO 

B.S. (S.S.) 



VINCENT E. VILLINSKI 

B.B.A. 



ANTHONY R. VITULLO, JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 



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STANLEY M. VOGEL 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT J. VON KAENEL 

D.D.S. 



KENNETH VYDRA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CAROL J. WACEK 

B.S.N. 







CONRAD P. WALIGORSKI 

B.S. (S.S.) 



KATHLEEN D. WALJESKI 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN J. WALSH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SHEILA A. WALSH 

B.S.N. 





WALTER R. WELLS 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM L. WARD 

B.S. (S.S.) 



THOMAS J. WEGS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARILYN G. WEINBERG 

M.D. 



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JOSEPH G. WCISLO 


ROSINA WEISSMANN 


MARY ELLEN WERTZ 


ANN M. WHALEN 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S.N. 






MARGARET A. WHALEN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



SISTER M. PETER WHITAKER 

B.S.N. 



WILLIAM B.WHITE 

B.B.A. 



HAROLD J. WIADUCK 

B.B.A. 





THEODORE A. WIERBOWSKI 

B.B.A. 



GORDON G. WILLIAMSON 

D.D.S. 



KENNETH STEPHEN WINGELNIK 

B.B.A. 



PAT E. WISELY 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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IRENE V. WIZNIAK 

B.B.A. 



CAROLE B. WOELKE 

B.S.N. 



JAMES J. WOLF 

B.B.A. 



JOHN F. WOLS 

B.S. (Hum.) 






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GERALDINE C. WOLSKI 

B.S. (S.S.) 



KENNETH P. WOLSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



EDWARD J. WONG 

B.S. (Hum.) 



RICHARD J. WOOD 

B.B.A. 











JEROME J. WOYNEROWSKI 

A.B. 



PETER A. WRIGHT 

D.D.S. 



CAROLE L. WROBEL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT H. YATES 

D.D.S. 



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ROBERT F. YEAGER 

A.B. (Hum.) 



EDWARD 0. YEE 

D.D.S. 



VIVIAN M. ZAHORSKI 

B.S.N. 



ROSALIE T. ZAPPA 

B.S. (Hum.) 






JILL I. ZDERADICKA 

B.S.N. 



MARY ANN K. ZEITZ 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WALTER J. ZULAWINSKI 

B.B.A. 



KATHLEEN M. ZELESKO 

B.S.N. 




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KAREN M. ZIMMERMANN 

B.S. (Ed.) 





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MELANIE J. ZITTNAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



LOIS I. ZYKS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



PATRICIA MROCZEK O'DWYER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



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SUSAN B. GRAMS 

B.S. (Ed.) 





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KATHLEEN KASMIRS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SHERI H. GONZALEZ 

B.S. (Hum.) 



NANCY B. O'BRIEN 

B.S. (Ed.) 




CAROLE A. ZMINA 

B.S. (Ed.) 




MICHAELE M. WAPOLE 

B.S. (Hum.) 





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ACADEMICS 



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A well rounded man . . . 

is the aim of the COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES ... an attempt to combine speciali- 
zation in a major field with a large dose of 
liberal arts courses . . . 

The original college of the University . . . 
serving on both campuses . . the College of 
Arts and Sciences strives to prepare its gradu- 
ates not only for their chosen fields but also for 
"the job of life" . . . 

Jesuits and laymen compose the faculty . . . 
teaching such diverse courses as biology, 
theology, philosophy, literature, languages . . . 
all working to produce a well-rounded student. 



REV. JOSEPH S. 

PENDERGAST, S.J. 

Dean 



J. DENNIS LAMPING 
Assistant to the Dean (LSC) 



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






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DION J. WILHELMI 
Assistant to the Dean (LSC) 



REV. JOSEPH M. 

WALSH, S.J. 

Assistant Dean 



THOMAS P. ANDERSON 
Assistant to the Dean (LT) 





The bulletin board — the official source of all information. 



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Intellectual ambition . . . 

characterizes students in the HONORS 
PROGRAM . . 

It differs from the regular academic pro- 
gram in the fuller course of study and special 
class sections — English, history, speech, logic, 

metaphysics . . . 

Directed by Rev. Carl J. Burlage, S. J., 
associate of the Philosophy department, the 
honors program offers personal contact with 
faculty . . . fosters informal discussions for 
keen, quick minds. 



REV. CARL J. BURLAGE, S.J. 

Honors Program Director 

Lake Shore Campus 





DR. JOSEPH WOLFF 

Honors Program Director 

Lewis Towers 



The Honors Program demands much more than simply 
attendance at class. Many extra hours of study provide 
the students with an extensive background in his chosen 
major field. 



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Swimming is recommended . . . 

for students in Loyola's PRE-SEMINARY 
LATIN PROGRAM, by its director and founder, 
Rev. Laurence E. Henderson, S. J. . . . "They 
need it to relax," says Father. 

Father Henderson's unique compression 
method keeps students "slaving" from dawn 
till dusk . . . fifteen hours of classes and three 
hours of quiz weekly . . . plenty of study, too. 

Students average age is about 24 . . . many 
are veterans and/or hold college degrees . . . 
four month course starts in February . . . stu- 
dent who passes is ready for major-seminary 
Latin, often does as well as six-year Latin stu- 
dents . . . 

62.66% of past applicants are now either 
ordained or still in the seminary ... a remark- 
able percentage. 



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



Top Row: Vic Luckritz, John Drummy, Peter Duke, Bob Johnson, Mike Rohs, Jack Smith, Dick 
Meade, Chuck Lockert, Monny Krayem, Bill Sulzman. Second Row: Ed Jones, Ron Keller, Tom 
Clarke, Rog Swenson, Auby Higgins, Reg Scanlon, Harry Hude, Harry Haiduk, Jack Seymour. 
Bottom Row: Virg Fanning, Luis Jaramillo, George Munro, Manny Fierro, Bob McPhilamy, Bob 
Lamb, Chuck Peterson, Dave Buzzek, Rev. Laurence J. Henderson, S.J. 



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Standing: Dr. James Wilt, Dr. Edward Lim, Dr. Carl Moore, Dr. 
Jaselskis, Dr. John Huston, Dr. John Reed, Dr. Elliott Burrell, Dr. 
Mariella, Chairman. 



Frank Cassaretto, Dr. Bruno 
Harvey Posvic. Dr. Raymond 



Chemistry 



Biology 



Standing: Dr. Edmund Guttes, Harold Kerster, Dr. Kenichi Hisaoka, Lyle Brumley, Rev. 
Walter Peters S.J., Chairman. Seated: Dr. Benedict Jaskoski, Dr. Norbert Scully, Dr. 
Edward Palinscar, John Hudson, Virginia Kuta, Dr. Naomi Lemkey. 




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assies 



Standing: Rev. Raymond Schoder S.J., Edwin Menes, Rev. 
Theodore Tracy S.J., chairman; Charles Weisbrod. Seated: 
Dr. D. Herbert Abel, Rev. James Mertz, S.J. Rev. Laurence 
Henderson S.J., Dr. Leo Kaiser. 



Education 



Standing: Dr. John Wozniak, chairman; Dr. Samuel Mayo, 
Dr. Melvin Heller, Dr. James Russell, William Meyer, 
Gerald Gutek, Dr. John Wellington. Seated: Dr. Ernest 
Pioulx, Margaret Dagenais, Dorothy Larney, Dr. Jasper Vol- 
enti, Rosmary Donatelli, Douglas Van Bramer, Dr. Henry 
Malecki. 




Rev. Walter Krolikowski, S.J.,; Carter 
Frieberg, Guy Mohan, Dr. Arthur 
O'Mara. 





Top Row: Raymond Cosgrove, Dr. Martin Svaglic, Anthony Lala, Daniel McCarthy, Edward 
Babowicz, Edmund Rooney, Harold Murphy. Middle Row: Dr. Stanley Clayes, John Mclnerney, 
Thomas Kemme, Roger Geimer, Dr. Earl J. Clark, Rita Clarkson, Richard Waldron, Dr. John 
Gerrietts, Chairman. Seated: Elizabeth Cassidy, Kathleen Toomey, Paul Baltz, Edmund 
Napieralski, Patricia Tichenor, Cecile Vye, Rosemary Hartnett, Richard O'Keefe. 



English 




Top Row: Rev. Carl Stratman C.S.V., James Kasprzak, James Luotto, 
Stanley Muesple, John Brennan, Robert Davis, William Cavanaugh, Dr. 
Paul Hummert, Dr. Joseph Wolff, Dr. James Kulas. Bottom Catherine 
Cook, Julius Kukinka, Jean Westbrook, Dr. Ligeia Gallagher, Dr. Thomas 
Gorman, Rev. Edmund Montville S.J., Dr. James Barry, Dr. George 
Engelhardt. 




Mathematics 



Standing: Edward Signatur, Dr. Rich- 
ard Driscoll, Joseph Taylor, Bernard 
Petosa, Joseph Zadel, Rev. Charles 
Rust, S.J., Chairman; Dr. Robert Rei- 
sel. Seated: Mary Kay Foley, Patricia 
Orloski, Mary Rice, Audrey Gineman, 
Diane Szarowicz. 




History 



Standing: Rev. Francis Grollig, S.J., 
Dr. Joseph Gagliano, Alexander Papo- 
dopoulos, Dr. Richard Matre, Dr. Wil- 
liam Trimble, Rev. John McKenzie, 
S.J., Rev. John Kemp, S.J., Richard 
Strattner. Seated: Dr. Emily Biasing- 
ham, Dr. Paul Kiniery, Dr. John 
Reardon, Rev. Jerome Jacobson, S.J., 
Dr. Paul Lietz, Chairman; Dr. Arnold 
Daum, Rev. John Mentag, S.J. 




Standing: Rev. Arthur Pare, S.J., Dan- 
iel Trainor, Alexander Papadopoulos, 
Lawrence Daly, Richard Gruber, Rich- 
ard Daly, Harold Howard. Seated: 
Raymond Teichman, Jeremy Barker, 
Josephine Schulte, Elizabeth Mac- 
Carthy, Thomas Conway, Peter Boyle. 





Standing: SSgt Thomas Fugere, SSgt Edward Minehan, SFC Robert Dresdow, 
SFC Robert Lloyd. Seated: Lt. Col. Charles Murphy, Lt. Col. Matthew 
Guiffre, Chairman; Major Frank Gartman. 



Military Science 



Modern Language 



Standing: Rev. Raymond Boucher, S.J., Toubia Hachem, Paul Wood, James 
Lujan, Joseph Wandel, J. Manuel Ortiz, S.J., Philip Doherty. Seated: 
Valeria Laube, Sr. Marie Celeste, Dr. Wilma Iggers, Dr. Lilia Fergnandez, 
Mercedes Robles, Flora Losacco. 




Natural Science 



Marjorie Andre, Dr. Lloyd Arnold, Chairman; 
Alice Hayes, Sonia Ringstrom. 



Philosophy 




Standing: Nelson LaPlante, Rev. Joseph Loftus, S.J. Rev. Joseph Walsh, S.J., Thomas 
Dolan, Rev. William Dehler, S.J., Rev. Lothar Nurnberger, S.J. Seated: Rev. Vincent Kelly, 
S.J., Dr. Francis Catania, Rev. Torrens Hecht, S.J., Chairman; Dr. George Connelly, Rev. 
Stanley Tillman, S.J. 




Standing: Phillip Moore, Rev. Gerard Grant, S.J., Thomas Buckley, Dr. John Bannan, Rev. 
J. Donald Hayes, S.J., Dr. Donald O'Grady. Seated: Rev. John Nota, S.J., Theodore Kondoleon, 
Rev. Carl Burlage, S.J., Rev. Leo Martin, S.J., Dr. Roberto Apostol. 





Ph 



ysics 



Standing: Joseph Osiki, George Lang, Henry Pieszko, Laverne Brown, Dennis Broderick, 
Sandra Polk, Gerald Bielak, Dennis Garvey, James Ritt. Seated: Michael Hayes, Rev. J. 
Donald Roll, S.J., Chairman; Dr. Albert Claus, Dr. Theodore Phillips, John Melchiors, Dr. 
Abraham Hoffer. 



Political Science 



Standing: Rev. Francis Powers, CSV., Dr. Vasyl Markus, Rev. 
Robert Hartnett, S.J. Seated: Dr. Joseph Menez, Dr. Francis 
Schwarzenberg, Rev. Joseph Small, S.J., Chairman. 




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Psychology 



Standing: Rev. Vincent Herr, S.J., Chairman; Dr. Horatio Rimoldi, Robert Riedel. Seared: Dr. 
Thomas Kennedy, Rev. Charles Doyle, S.J., Dr. Frank Kobler, Dr. Rosario Sciortino, Dr. LeRoy 
Wauck. 




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Sociology 



Standing: Joseph Manak, Russell 
Circo, Richard Smolar. Seated: 
Dr. Edwin Gross, Dr. Gordon Zahn, 
Dr. Paul Mundy, Chairman; Rich- 
ard Moodey. 



Speech and Drama 



Standing: William Morris, Dr. Donald Dickinson. Seated: Catherine Geary, Elaine Koprowski, 
Donald Stinson, chairman; Ruby de Gryse. 




Theol 



eology 




Back Row: Rev. Thomas Bryant, S.J., Rev. Arthur Haubold, Rev. Stephen Varga, Rev. Phillip 
Weller, Rev John Fahey, Rev. Michael Gannon, S.J., Rev. John Kulhmey, Rev. Raymond 
Bellock, S.J. Middle Row: Rev. Charles Skach, Rev. Charles Carmody, Rev. Valjean Wormser, 
Rev. George Slominski, Rev. Marcellus Monaco, Rev. Harold Thompson, C.S.V., Rev. Edward 
Peters, C.S.P., Rev. John Mullin, S.J. Seated: Rev. Edward Maher, S.J., Rev. Robert Henely, 
Rev. Robert Fox, S.J., Rev. Francis Filas, S.J., Chairman; Rev. Fred Bergewisch, S.J., Rev. 
William Dehler, S.J., Rev. Mark Hurtubise, S.J. 



147 




Thirty years ago . . . 

in June, 1934 the Jesuits of the Indiana 
province took over the West Baden Hotel . . . 
took it apart . . made themselves a Seminary 
. . . WEST BADEN COLLEGE Affiliated it 
with Loyola University ... a five-hundred 
acre training ground for Jesuit scholastics . . . 

A torrent of philosophy, theology, sanctity, 
fills the day . . . intense study fills the night . . . 
Intramural sports, music, social work, teaching, 
hobbies-leisure activities . . . 

The Pentagon came this year ... a three 
day Nuclear War Institute . . . acquainted the 
students with contemporary moral problems . . . 



REV. WALTER FARRELL, S.J. 
Rector 



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REV. WILLIAM LESAINT, S.J. 
Dean of Theology 



REV MICHAEL 

MONTAGUE, S.J. 

Dean of Philosophy 





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To foster a growing spirituality, the whole 
community mokes an annual eight day retreat. 



Patients at the Madison State Mental Hospital 
are treated to o performance of the choir. 





The classroom — a setting most famil- 
iar to every Jesuit at West Baden. 





Louis Scerri of Malta, the seventh member of his family to 
become a Jesuit, pronounces his first vows at West Baden. 



149 




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The West Baden Hotel, for thirty years the home of Jesuit Scholastics. 



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A growing spirit of ecumenicism prompts the Jesuit scholastics 
to entertain seminarians of other denominations in order to 
attempt to arrive at a mutual understanding of their beliefs. 



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The idea of the game is to get the soccer ball 
into the net without scrambling one's brains. 





Victor Karpov from the Soviet embassy in 
Washington declared that religion will die out. 



The Nuclear War Institute brought Christopher 
Hoi I is, British author and former MP, to state 
the passifist position toward the Nuclear Age. 





The War Institute was also punctuated with many informal discussions. 



The Institute's display of missile models held 
a great fascination for many Jesuit Scholastics. 



151 




To keep pace . . . 

with the rapidly expanding commerce of 
the nation . . . Dean J. Raymond Sheriff con- 
stantly strives to improve the SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . . . 

The curriculum keeps pace with the most 
recent advances in accounting-business-law- 
economics-marketing-management . . . 

The specialization required is augmented 
. . . liberal arts-philosophy-theology round out 
the program and the student . . . 

The aim is to produce men well versed in 
both commerce and ethics . . . forming a solid 
foundation on which to base future business 
conduct. 



DR 



J. RAYMOND SHERIFF 
Dean 




JOHN R. JOZWIAK 
Assistant to the Dean 



REV. RAYMOND C BAUMHART, S.J. 
Assistant Dean 




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Accounting 



Standing: Robert A. Meier, Chairman: Richard F. Kusek, Adam P. 
Stach. Seated: Charles Caufield, Marvin Kopulsky, George Cum- 
mings. 



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Business Law 



John O'Malley, Dr. John Zvetina, Chairman; John Jozwiak. 






Economics-Finance 



Standing: Dr. Edwin Draine, Dr. John 
Martin, Dr. Francis Murans. Seated: Dr. 
Sylvester Frizol, Dr. Theodosi Mogilnit- 
sky, Chairman; Dr. Helen Potter. 




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Marketing 



Standing: Donald Meyer, George Niar- 
chos, Dr. Gerhard Ditz. Seated: Dr. O. A. 
Smalley, chairman. 





Management 



Standing: Rev. Raymond Baumhart, S.J., 
Rev. Raymond Jancauskas, S. J., Alfred 
Oskamp, Dr. Joseph Engler. Seated Dr. 
Peter Swanish, Dr. Raymond Mayer, 
chairman; Joseph McCullough. 



155 




RICHARD A. MATRE 
Dean 



1914 marked the establishment . . . 

of the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a col- 

lege of the University drawing from both Arts 
and Sciences and Business Administration . . . 
but at the same time existing as a separate en- 
tity ... a miniature Loyola . . . 

Established to enable students to complete 
their education, though unable to attend clas- 
ses during the day . . . the University College 
carries all courses given during the day . . . late 
afternoons, evenings, Saturdays find the UC 
students working for A.B.'s, B.S.'s and B.B.A.'s. 

For fifty years the University College has 
been one of the most successful branches of 
the University. 



Registration is simple — but this student doesn't seem convinced. 




JOHN P. D0N0HUE 
Assistant to the Dean 





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UC students receive aid in planning curriculums. 



The editor and the assistant editor of 
"Night Life", the UC's newspaper. 



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157 




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



Research and scholarship . . . 

keynote the aims and ideals of students in 
the GRADUATE SCHOOL . . 

Since 1 926 Loyola has enrolled top students 
in its graduate programs . . . the best receiving 
assistantships and fellowships . . . the common 
aim of all is the advanced degree . . 

Masters degrees in arts and sciences . . . 
followed by doctoral degrees in a wide range of 
fields give the Graduate School great flexibi- 
lity . . . 

Study in the major field is the main goal . . . 
an intensive program is followed . . . and practi- 
cal experience is not lacking . . . teaching is an 
integral part of most graduate programs . . ., 

Teaching and research, as well as industry, 
find well prepared students in Loyola's 
Graduate School. 




Dr. Horacio Rimoldi conducts a graduate psychology class. 



DR. PAUL KINIERY 
Assistant Dean 



158 




Kay Smith, Graduate School Secretary, 
maker of order from chaos and gen- 
eral right arm. 




A lost thesis may call for hours of hunting 
through dusty shelves. 




159 



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Covering all phases . . . 

of dental education . . . the DENTAL 
SCHOOL of Loyola University produces men 
whose competence has received national recog- 
nition . . 

Regions of study extend from care of sound 
teeth to replacement of unhealthy ones . 
oral surgery is also taught . . . 

Through the doors of the Dental School 
Clinic, the Dental School's teaching laboratory, 
passed more than 75,000 patient visitors . . . 
giving the students an opportunity to work with 
a large variety of cases . . . 

And the school produces a large number of 
dentists . . more than half of the dentists in 
Chicago. 



DR. WILLIAM P. SCHOEN 
Dean 





REV. LESTER EVETT, S.J. 
Chaplain 



DR. FRANK M. AMATURO 
Assistant Dean 





JOHN E. BLICKENSTAFF 
Director of Audio-Visual Education 



DR. JOHN R. ALLISON 
Director of Clinics 






DR. GEORGE MATOUSEK 
Fixed Prosthesis 



DR. NICHOLAS BRESCIA 
Anatomy 



DR. ARTHUR KROL 
Prosthetics 



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DR. JOHN O'MALLEY 
Histology 



DR. JOSEPH JARABAK 
Orthodontics 



DR. JAMES BEST 
Endodontics 






DR. PATRICK TOTO 
Research and Oral Pathology 



DR. PAUL DAWSON 
Operative Surgery 



DR. ANTHONY GARGIULO 
Periodontics 










DR. GUSTAV RAPP 
Chemistry and Physiology 



DR. WILLIAM BURCH 
Pedodontics 



DR. NICHOLAS CHOUKAS 
Oral Surgery 



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Doctors George Matousek and Maurice Zalc- 
man pause from their teaching to be photo- 
graphed. 



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Doctors Peter Nichols, Frank Amaturo, and Frank Lucatorto 
appear to be trading the latest jokes about painless drills. 



Dr. William P. Schoen, Dean of the Dental School, and Doctors Phillip 
Schoen, Eugene Molnar, and John O'Connell confer in a freshman lab. 




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Richard Szatkiewicz shows his skill with the X-ray camera 
as Dr. Ario Santangelo and Mrs. Eleanor Wylde watch 
approvingly. 




A young patient gets expert attention 
in the school's Orthodontics Clinic. 




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Endodontics is Dr. B. Frank Gurney's specialty as he here 
shows Doctors Bernard Grothaus and Maurice Alberti. 



The Dental Materials Technique 
Course absorbs Arnold Morof and Jan 
Rozen. 




Dr. Nicholas Choukas, Chairman of Oral Surgery, uses 
X-rays in his seminars for graduate students in that field. 



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Bob Galloway constructs a bridge in his Prosthodontics lab. 




Doctors Frank Lucatorto and Thomas Grisamore guide Tom Ecker's bacteriology lab work. 




165 



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The recently remodeled cafeteria also doubles as a gathering place during class breaks. 




Charles Evans (right) learns how to put a patient at ease. 



166 



Dr. Patrick Toto, Director of Research, reviews fundamental research 
methods with Doctors Morio Santangelo, Ken Goljan and Ajit Dhawan. 




Evan Goodman demonstrates his skill under the 
careful guidance of three of his professors. 





The most proficient . . . 

and recent studies in law are employed by 
the faculty of THE SCHOOL OF LAW in in- 
structing aspiring barristers to the high stand- 
ards demanded of them in their roles as 
professional men, community leaders, and 
examples of living Christianity . . . 

In the School of Law the principles of law 
are treated as rational means to the attain- 
ment of true justice . . . thorough preparation 
for a dedicated career in law is insured by a 56 
year tradition of high quality and through con- 
tinuous survey and revision of the law courses. 



JOHN C HAYES 
Dean 



Michael Sammon demonstrates his skill before the Moot Court. 




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The law library — the second home for 
all law students. Or is it the first? 





Standing: Vincent F. Vitullo, Robert E. Burns, Alfred Kamin, Francis C. Sullivan. Seated: 
William L. Lamey, John Cornelius Hayes, Dean; Richard V. Carpenter. 



169 




Law is carried far beyond the class- 
room. A coffee break is also a study 
break as final exams approach. 



St. Thomas More watches the law library 
after classes are finished for the day. 





Don Gavin giving Denny Waldeck soge words of wisdom. 



170 




Bill Brandstrader and Professor Vincent Vitullo go over 
evidence in a case for class. 




Bill Barth, John Haberman, Mike 
Wiedel and Rog Kiely prepare for 
their exams by discussing cases rele- 
vant to tax law. 



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DR. JOHN F. SHEEHAN 
Dean 



Expansion is the keynote . . . 

of the STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

. . . soon to move to its new quarters out in 
Hines, III. ... In construction is a large med- 
ical center and teaching hospital, adjacent 
the Veterans Administration Hospital . . . 

Newly appointed Chairman of Medicine 
is Dr. Peter J. Talso . . . only major change in 
Stritch administration this year. 

Founded in 1915, the school has expanded 
and kept abreast of all modern developments 
in all branches of medicine ... in 1947 in- 
augurated graduate departments in Anatomy, 
Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pharmacology, 
and Physiology . . . 

A faculty of 53, thirty-one of whom are 
full-time, guide 324 medical students through 
serious, intensive study en route to the M.D. 




DR. FREDERICK M. SELFRIDGE 
Assistant Dean 



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





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Mrs. Martha Melus' full desk indicates that even in Medical 
School there is a demand for Student Health services. 



Dr. Norton Melchior, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and 
Biophysics, explains a molecular model to Hunter Mermall. 





Mrs. Sharon Jarosh, Dr. Frederick Selfridge, and Dr. John Sheehan 
inspect plans of the new Medical Center at Hines. 



Patricia Robertson is instructed in the use of a manometer by Dr. 
Maurice L'Heureux, Professor of Biochemistry. 



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Priscilla Bourgault, John Vidoloff, and Charles Scudder interpret polygraph responses. 




Helen Huelsman, Medical School Librarian, dispenses 
books and words of encouragement. 




Jerome Colletti, Gary Weisman, and Salvatore 
Azzoli study an articulated skeleton in the 
Anatomy laboratory. 






Dr. Maurice L'Heureux prepares a carbon 14 test. 



Paul Bugnits, a veteran of 33 years at Stritch. 





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tography is employed as a study aid. 



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Dr. William Liberson conducts electromyo- 
graphic studies at Hines Hospital, the new 
Medical center for Loyola, as some students 
observe. 



Dr. William Yotis, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, 
discusses the inoculation of media at Hines Hospital. 



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Dr. Robert Hadek, Assistant Professor of Anat- 
omy, guides Yoshio Hosobuchi's research work 
on the electron microscope. 




Gissur Brynjolfsson, Associate Professor of Patholo- 
gy, lectures to Sophomore medical students at Hines. 





Mary Ann Bower intently studies tissue 
in the pathology lab at Hines. 



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Dr. Hugh McDonald, Chairman of Biochemistry 
and Biophysics, holds a conference with Larry 
DeChatelet, and Tom Thachet. 




The Registrar's Office begins processing next year's applications. 



Dr. Walter Randall uses slides to augment his physiology lectures. 




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Maureen Sheehan, Mrs. Marie Benjamin, and 
the Bursar, Miss Edna Sweitzer, confer at the 
switchboard. 



Marva Worthen, Patricia Robertson, Robert Wurster and Charles 
Osadjan watch as Dr. Clarence Peiss checks the electrocardiogram 
record on the polygraph. 



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GLADYS KINIERY 
Dean 



A strong academic program . . . 

is only one half of the SCHOOL OF NUR- 
SING'S program . . . such diverse studies as 
biology, literature, psychology, and philosophy 
are integrated with diverse hospital and public 
health training . . . rounding the curriculum . . . 
culminating in a B.S.N, degree at the end of the 
four year program . . . 

Registered nurses may receive the same 
degree by following an academic program de- 
signed to supplement their previous training . . . 

The aim of the two degree programs is to 
produce highly competent nurses . . . and to in- 
still in them the fundamentals of Catholic nur- 
sing . . . producing a well-rounded woman cap- 
able of meeting the many challenges of the 
Nursing profession. 




ESSIE ANGLUM 
Assistant Dean 




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Standing: Ingeborg Maukoch, Julia Quigley, Mrs. Mary Sloan, Dr. Imogene King, Marce 
Arreguin, Margaret McDermott, Frances Geddo, Susan Dudas, Dr. Mary Grace Connelly, 
Nancy Smyth, Julia Lane. Seated: Marianne Corcoran, Audrey Kackelski, Avis Nieman, 
Angela DelVecchio, Gladys Kiniery, Dean; Essie Anglum. 



Graduates of the School of Nursing gather at the annual Alumnae 
Tea to meet old friends. 




Prospective nursing students are taken on tour 
of the campus by two of Loyola's student nurses. 




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The pride of Loyola, its nurses, assemble for recognition day. 



A parade of nurses marches past onlookers on way to chapel. 



The nurses dedicate their lives to serving both man and God. 



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'Cook County or Bust." 




Rosalie Belniak holds a recently born 
child ot Resurrection hospital. 



Marcia Stachyra bids farewell to a mother and 
her new child on the steps of Resurrection. 




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The Recognition Day Mass — a milestone in the lives of Loyola's nurses. 



Prospective Freshman nurses hear the advant- 
ages of Loyola's program explained on Interest 
Day. 



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The nurses become caterers on Interest Day. 





A coffee break is still a time to learn as these 
nurses chat with their instructor. 






The nurses learn many of the duties of 
patient care while at Weiss hospital. 



At Weiss the nurses learn that a cheerful out- 
look is as important as medical knowledge in 
aiding patients recovering from serious ills. 



The records of all patients must be kept up, 
so medical bookkeeping is part of training. 




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An early realization . . . 

of the growing complexity of employer- 
employee relations in modern industry led to 
the foundation, in 1 941 , of the INSTITUTE OF 
SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS . . . 

A graduate program, the Institute confers 
a Masters Degree in Social and Industrial Re- 
lations . . . after its students complete a 
thorough program covering the areas of per- 
sonnel administration, industrial relations, 
public administration . . . 

An Internship Program provides personal 
contact with managerial, union, and govern- 
mental officials . . . first hand knowledge of 
working problems . . . seminars round out the 
program . . . where speakers from all phases 
of study join to present a unified picture to 
the students. 




REV. RALPH A. GALLAGHER, S.J. 




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Dr. Julius Rezler, prominent lecturer of the I.S.I.R. 



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Former I.S.I.R. students Jock McGeever, Frank Caruk, Art Malinowski, 
Don Peterson, and Tom Ewers return for the Alumni Banquet. 



Alumni and faculty engage in "shop talk". Arthur Malinowski, Don Ross, John Adams, 
Paul Grant, Rev. Ralph Gallagher, S.J., Dr. Julius Rezler, and Leo Lawless. 




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For fifty golden years . . . 

the SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK has in- 
stilled in its graduates the proper blend of be- 
havorial understanding, appreciation of social 
problems, and Christian principles . . . Under 
the direction of Dr. Matthew Schoenbaum, 
Dean, the twenty-one professor faculty prods 
students "to further dynamic development of 
social work . . ." 

Social work is recognized as a profession 
which has become a necessary part of our 
society. Over four thousand social workers 
from the continental United States, Alaska, 
Hawaii, the Philippines, and the Orient have 
received their professional training at Loyola. 



DR. MATTHEW SCHOENBAUM 
Dean 



The faculty of the School of Social Work: Standing: Miss Margaret Dwyer, Miss Margaret 
Quane, Father Felix Biestek, S.J., Miss Martha Urbanowski, Miss Constance Kellam, Mr. 
Stephen Green, Dr. Thomas Kennedy. First Row: Mr. James Wiebler, Dr. Francis Cizon, 
Miss Mary Alice O'Laughlin, Dean Matthew Schoenbaum, Miss Romana Burke, Mrs. Earline 
Woods. Miss Anne Marie Lee, and Miss Shirley Anderson. 









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Senior Class of the School of Social Work: Standing: Father David LeLievre, Donald Kleiza, 
Alden Olson, Robert Smith, Casimir Zantek, Edward Davis, Wayne Duehn, Duane Anderson, 
Irvin Stenzel, William Groendyke, Cornelius Jazbutis, Thomas Winkley, Stanley Sawicki. 
Seated: David Mellady, Dorothy Barta, Dorothy Bean, Lucyamma Isaac, Anne Marie 
Murray, Dorothy Reith, Frances Parks, Marilyn Yontem, Talma Manor, Mary Guidobono, 
Mary Voigt, Ruth Kennon, Patricia Follrath, Margaret Quinn, Lido Rossi. 




Putting the social into Social Work are Dorothy Barta (at the 
piano) and Sister Michael, David Gruenther, Barbara Kieffer, 
Paul Stewart, Jacqueline Down, Thomas Christensen, John Wilson. 



A staff meeting of the Face Sheet, the School 
of Social Work's newspaper: Kurt Wahle, 
Dorothy Barta, and Frances Parks. 





Father Biestek congratulates the award 
winners of the School of Social Work: 
Wayne Duehn, Alpha Sigma Nu, and 
Ed Davis, Founders Day Medallion. 



Fieldwork instructors: Standing: Theo- 
phile Lavizzo, Eleanor DiAngelo, Ever- 
ette Fields, Ed Novarro, Richard Mit- 
chell, Helen Dixon. Seated Char Becker, 
Barbara Wickell, Louise Ferone, Vir- 
ginia Homan. 





The officers of the student council of the School of Social 
Work. Standing: David Mellady, Dorothy Reith. Seated: Paul 
Stewart, Miss Margaret Dwyer, faculty moderator; Edward 
Davis. 



Canada, Europe, Africa . . . 

and all fifty States can count Loyola stu- 
dents among their populace . . . not residents 
on Loyola's campus, but correspondents . . . 
obtaining their education through the Univer- 
sity's HOME STUDY DEPARTMENT . 

Established in 1921 . . . Loyola's Home 
Study program is one of only two established at 
Catholic Universities in this country . . 

Countless thousands have used their homes 
as classrooms . . . completing their education 
through the mail . . . taking basically the same 
courses offered at the University. 




MARY LOUISE McPARTLIN 
Director of Home Study 



The voluminous records of the Home Study Department must constantly be kept up to date. 





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DR. PAUL MUNDY 



DR. JOSEPH F. MENEZ 



The changing face . . . 

of the modern city, much in evidence in 
Chicago, prompted Loyola University to found 
a DEPARTMENT OF URBAN STUDIES . . 

In the Fall of 1963 classes commenced . . . ex- 
ploring urban economics, urban political sci- 
ence, and urban sociology . . leading to a 
Master of Arts degree in sociology . . . 

The program benefits the student . . . giv- 
ing him a modern comprehensive view of the 
city and its problems . . . 

And it benefits the city . . . offering it men 
and women familiar with its problems, and 
fully equipped to cope with them ... a modern 
program for modern problems. 




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Pitiquito Mission, Sonora 







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REV. JEROME V. JACOBSEN, S.J. 
Director 



Jesuit Missions . . . 

in early Florida, Mexico, and Canada are 
major areas of study for THE INSTITUTE OF 
JESUIT HISTORY . . . which has published 
volumes on Jesuit history, and the quarterly, 
Mid-America, featuring scholarly research in 
American history. 

Among the subjects of studies are famous 
Jesuits as Fr. Eusebio Kino, S.J. in the South; 
Father Marquette in the Midwest, Father 
Cataldo in the Northwest, and many in South 
America. 



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Dealing with behavioral 
problems . . . 

of both children and adults is the prime 
function of THE LOYOLA GUIDANCE CEN- 
TER, under the direction of Dr. Thomas M. 
Kennedy of Loyola's Psychology department 
. . . has helped over nine thousand mentally dis- 
turbed, young and old . . . 

Staffed by full time clinical psychologists 
. . . with the assistance of well-trained students 
. . . strives to redirect the unbalanced child to a 
normal outlook and to help his parents under- 
stand their role in this process . . . 

Center also conducts tests to measure ap- 
titudes, ambitions, and job suitability for Loyo- 
lans. 




DR. THOMAS M. KENNEDY 
Director 



Standing: Dr. Thomas Kennedy, James Wiebler, Dr. Frank Roach, Dr. Ronald Walker. Seated: 
Judy Hoffman, Janice Jerling, Jean Doyle, Rita Kaman, Dr. Helen Pancerz, Jean Voss. 




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Officers. Back Row: Marvin Kopulsky, Moderator; Vincent Villinski, 
Treasurer; Thomas Bert, Ireland Duty, Edward Joyce, Secretary. 
John Flavin, Vice-President; Ted Wierbowski, President. 



Liquidating entire surplus . . . 

would be a major problem in any business 
. . . students in the ACCOUNTING CLUB 

familiarize themselves with such crucial 
decisions before their debut in the business 
world . . . With their moderator, Dr. Kopulsky, 
the 80 members meet once each month . . . 

At meetings, they hear speakers from pri- 
vate industry, public accounting, and govern- 
ment . . . topics are those of specific interest for 
accounting majors . . . 

One course in accounting is pre-requisite 
for membership in this club . . . aim is to give 
students breadth of experience impossible in 
the classroom . . . also to foster desire to enter 
professional accounting. 



Bock Row: Vincent Monzella, Phillip Gucciardo, Donald Demuit, Ken Chadwick, Steve Nally, 
Robert Brock, Jeremiah Flynn, Edward Fitzgerald, Edward Joyce, Mark Mononey, Martin 
Mayer, Arden Inda. Second Row: Marvin Kopulsky, Moderator; Walter Monco, Ronald Haynes, 
Kenneth King, Ronald Hubrick, John Flavin, Charles Rusky, Frank Sulita, Vincent Villinski, 
Theodore Wierbowski. Front Row: Lawrence Call, Dennis Lynch, Richard Ramazinski, John 
Hopkins, John Linzer, Phillip Trojanowski. 




The Federal Government . . . 

in 1937 chartered the AMERICAN CHE- 
MICAL SOCIETY, an affiliate of which func- 
tions at Loyola . . . much of the program of 
A.C.S. is geared to strengthen and expand 
chemistry and the chemical profession . . . 

A.C.S. is world's largest organization de- 
voted to a single science . . . owns, edits, 
publishes thirteen world-renowned scientific 
journals . . . 

Undergrad chemistry majors at Loyola 
may join program as affiliates . . . local chap- 
ter helps students gain a professional attitude 
impossible without affiliation with a strong 
national society of prestige . . . 

Chapter's activities include guest speakers, 
industrial tours, films, parties . . . Society seeks 
to cultivate professional attitude in all Loyola 
chemistry students. 











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Standing: Gerald Roth, James Schmitt, Dr. 
Frank Cassaretto, moderator, Seated: Peter 
Rabideau, Thomas Mortel. 



Top Row: A Frank Leo, William White, Friar Martin Jackson, William Joseph Nazarzewski, 
George McDonald. Second row: Dr. John Saul, Mitchel Smas, Peter Rabideau, Thomas Bonk, 
Ronald Monkel, Michael Jackson, Frank Joebgen. Third row: Thomas Mortell, James Schmitt, 
David Babcock, Theodore Haupert, Friar Victor Abeggy, Dr. Frank Cassaretto. Seated: Ed 
Mrozek, Pamela Galton, Hermann Faubl, Audrone Valaitis, Gerald Roth. 

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Embracing all coeds . . . 

enrolled in Loyola University is the COED 
CLUB, largest women's club on campus . . . 
draws from every college and faction of Loyo- 
la's total enrollment . . . now in its fifteenth 
year of success ... 

Moderator is Miss Joan Steinbrecher, Assis- 
tant to the Dean of Women; director is Miss 
Mariette LeBlanc, Dean of Women . . . 

Club strives to integrate the coed into the 
academic, spiritual, and social life of the Uni- 
versity . . . under new constitution, Coed Club is 
divided into seven committees, covering all 
phases of coed's university life . . . 

Each year club sponsors the Big Sister Wel- 
come Tea, a card Party-Fashion Show, two 
closed dances, a closed retreat, and a Mother- 
Daughter Communion Breakfast . . . also pro- 
vides hostesses for Pow Wow Weekend and the 
Variety Show . . . conducts extensive volunteer 
program in conjunction with Red Cross. 




Members of the Coed Club trim the tree at their Christmas dance. 



The Eexecutive Board of the Coed Club. Back row: Nancy Mullenix, Connie Karos, Charlene 
Parker, Winnie Gill, Marie Dooling, Barbara Jo Chesna. Seared: Miss Joan Steinbrecker, 
Moderator; Irene Wiznaik, Patricia Brown, Joyce Seidel. Seated on floor: Maureen Hogan, 
Peggy McCarthy. 





Rev. Lester Evett, S. J., chaplain of 
the Coed Club poses with the Club's 
Executive Board at the Welcome Tea. 



Miss Matiette LeBlanc, Dean of Women, gives word of encouragement and advice at the 
Coed Club's annual Welcome Tea for freshmen. 





Top row: Kathy Koranda, Charlene Staerk, Kathy O'Donovan, Adrienne De la Fontaine, 
Theophane Swich. Second row: Mary Ann Kowaleski, Toni Blaney, Judy Reese, Pat Dunne, 
Kathy Hogan, Chris Hosek, Judy Koppes, Maureen Lee McCormack, Kathy Conniff, Barbara 
Weyerstrahs. Third row: Joanne Dudek, Pat Kwasniewski, Charlene Jacobs, Laura Taran- 
tino, Charlene Parker, Sally Bobernac, Kathy Gallery, Cynthia Langford. 



Top row: Irene Wizniak, Barbara Chesna, Joyce Seidel, Marie Dooley, Sharon King, Cathy 
Kalowski, Peggy McCarthy, Patricia Brown. Second Row: Louizette Bouguennec, Maurene 
Hogan, Cynthia Tiechner, Alice Ehemann, Sue Bremner, Kathy Mitchell, Judy Medick, 
Barbara Buren, Mary Ann O'Hara, Connie Karos, Winnie Gill. Third row: Gail O'Hara, Karen 
Horan, Andrea Pacer, Marilyn Peals, Gayle Porter, Jo Ann Malkowski, Bonnie O'Shea, Nancy 
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Standing: William C. Morris, moderator; Peter Gilmour, Jim O'Gallagher, 
Ilka Flecht, Lee Faust, Mary Shelley, Lee Brady, Susan Schager, John 
Starkovich, Stan Zelesnik, Jim Parker. Seated: Keith Urban, Joe Hilden, 
Suzi Pink, Kathy Till, JoEllen Tomsic, Phil Hayes, Mary Elaine Brauos, 
Sue DiMasi, Bob Seiko, Anita Weisbrod. Seated: Ann Goggins, Rich Roberts, 
Bob Shearin, Peter Kaszonyi, Peter Bartlett, Carl Moore, Bob Billimack, 
Paul Barrett, Nancy Pruneau. 

Shakespeare and Shaw . . . 

have shared prime time along with Messrs. 
Lerner and Loewe in the '63-'64 productions 
of the CURTAIN GUILD . plays were Arms 
and the Man by Shaw, Brigadoon by Lerner 
and Loewe, and Midsummer Night's Dream 
and Romeo and Juliet by the Bard . . . 

Guild's two Shakespearean offerings are 
first part of a cycle of the great master's plays 
to help celebrate the 400th anniversary of his 
birth . . . 

Besides the four major productions staged 
annually, the Guild presents student-directed 
workshop plays in its Little Theater during 
schoolyear and summer . . . thespians try out 
the new of theater and revive the old . . . 

Though an extension of the Speech and 
Drama department, the Guild opens auditions 
to all Loyolans and draws from all schools of 
the University. 




Peter Bartlett and Jo Ann Carney in one of 
the delightful scenes from "Brigadoon". 





Robert Dole, Paul Barrett and Lori Didzerkis 
in Shaw's "Arms and the Man." 



The tension mounts in "Mourning Becomes 
Electro." 



Sue DiMasi and JoEllen Tomsic give dramatic 
performances in this scene from "Arms and 
the Man." 




One of the lovelier scenes of "Brigadoon" con- 
sists of Connie Balawender, Nancy Pruneau, 
Jo Ann Carney, Suzi Pink, and Mary Pat 
Shelley. 





Bob Billimack, Dennis Sherman, and Lori Did- 
zerkis perform in "Visit to a Small Planet." 




Ron Cincinelli joins Dennis Sherman 
in another scene from "Visit to a 
Small Planet." 





Standing: Warren Bracy, Terry Halberg, Jim O'Brien, John Bikus, Jim Crummy, Bill Theis. 
Seated: Elaine Koprowski, Don Stinson, Jerry Woynerowski, Jim Fletcher, Marianne Reed, 
Mary Ann Angel. Seated on floor: Ellen Kane, Nancy Prete, Noel Smoron, Pat Brown. 



Lots of talk . . . 

again was the strong point of Loyola's old- 
est extracurricular activity, THE DEBATE SO- 
CIETY 

All the talk centered around the proposit- 
ion: "Resolved: that the federal government 
should guarantee the opportunity for higher 
education to qualified high school graduates" 
. . . and the talking they did earned them tro- 
phies from all over the country . . . 

The Society also gave other schools a 
chance to be heard — it sponsored the annual 
Jesuit Colleges of America Tournament . . . 

New facets of Debate activity this year in- 
cluded Canadian Parliamentary Debate and 
the televising of an actual debate. 



Debate Society Officers. Standing: James Fletcher, Vice-President; 

Mr. Donald Stinson, Moderator. Seated: Jerome Woynerowski, Presi- 
dent; Ellen Kane, Treasurer; Nancy Prete, Secretary. 



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Back Row: Ronald Bucki, John Curran, Frank Mandarino, Harold Wiaduck. Second Row: 
William Hibner, Dennis Casty, Edward Bankmann, William Herbert. Seated: Robert Malcolm, 
Louise Wisnieski, Gail Loughery, Ellen Kane, Judy Cline. 



Officers: Ellen Kane, Dr. Sylvester Frizol, Moderator; Robert Mal- 
colm. 




Money isn't everything . . . 

is not the motto of the ECONOMIC-FIN- 
ANCE SOCIETY ... a member chapter of the 
American Finance Association, society seeks to 
expand and implement purely academic treat- 
ment of financial affairs . . . 

Any full-time student in good academic 
standing is eligible to join . . . economic and 
financial problems are strangers to no college 
student in this age . . . Loyola's Economic- Fin- 
ance Society trys to acquaint individuals with 
the implications of his own problems on a lar- 
ger scale . . . 

Under a newly-revised constitution, the 
club fosters study of those two vital areas for 
modern Americans: economics and finance . . . 
it sponsors tours, speakers, and dinners 
throughout the year . . . plus regular meetings 
. . . also encourages members in private re- 
search, with teachers assistance, to discover the 
dynamic reality of problems and theories of the 
monetary realm. 



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From the rocky shores . . . 

of Hellas ... to the seven hills of Rome . . . 
and on up through the ages flows the current 
of western civilization, as EPSILON PI RHO, 
Loyola's Classics Club aptly demonstrates . . . 

Moderated by Dr. D. Herbert Abel, chair- 
man of the Classics department, the club aims 
to make members aware of the rich legacy of 
ancient Roman and Greek culture . . . the lan- 
guage, the architecture, the customs, the 
laws . . . 

Epsilon Pi Rho brings lecturers in to speak 
on ancient times . . . sponsors discussions to 
involve members more personally in the clas- 
sical periods . . . publishes a small classical 
journal, VOX . . . magazine typifies aims and 
operations of the club. 

To balance the strong academic emphasis, 
Epsilon Pi Rho holds a Christmas party and a 
spring banquet. 




Officers. Standing: 
Editor. Seated: Dr. 
Consul Altera. 



Mark Fedota, Consul Unus; George Hoffman, 
D. Herbert Abel, Moderator; Janine Konauka, 



Back Row: Michael Leahy, Benedict Amar, Charles Goodnow, Salvatore Mangione, Arthur 
Waddy. Middle Row: James Lezon, Alice Pirelli, Sheri Gonzalez, Katherine Dvorak, Victoria 
Dolezal, Carolyn Klos. Seated: Dr. D. Herbert Abel, Moderator; Mark Fedota, Janine Konauka, 
George Hoffman, Alexandra Speliotou. 




Jo Ellyn Tomsic, Ellen Brusky, Mary Koy Kap- 
etonovic Joyce Heraldson, Mary Ann O'Hara. 



Let's saddle up . . . 

chorus the 45 avid horsemen of Loyola's 
EQUESTRIAN SOCIETY they represent the 
peak enrollment of the club, founded in 
September 1960 . . . 

Riding at the Nu-Fashion Club Stables in 
Lincoln Park, the mounted of Loyola are 
divided into three groups: two beginners classes 
and one advanced . . . Under university sub- 
sidy an instructor has been hired (who is also 
an LU student) . . . The moderator is none 
other than Rev. Hugh B. Rodman, S.J., Dean 
of Arts and Sciences, Lewis Towers . . . 

Of these enrolled, 66% are seeking credit 
for Physical Education at Loyola . . . beyond 
credit, however, Society helps students master 
the trot, canter, and gallop . . . also provides 
good weekend social outlet . . . 



Mary Ann Kiedrowski, Cindy Lewis, Bruno Bertucci, Pat Baylock, Jan Stone, Lyn Griswold. 




Dianne Dillon, Winifred Gill, Marie Dooling, 
Diane Carroll, Kathleen Kwiatkowski. 




Elaine Shigley, Albert Matulis, Teresa Vielmayer, Priscilla Meuer, Mary Marosits, President; 
Dorothy Trop, Secretary; Madonna Dora, Treasurer; Larry Patterson, Vice-President. 



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Though the "second city" . . . 

is the scene of its operations, THE FINE 
ARTS CLUB is by no means second-rate . . . 
This student-centered club was founded to in- 
vestigate and promote the cultural offerings 
of Chicago . . . 

Tickets for many downtown stage and 
screen spectacles are gotten half-price for 
members . . . Club shows award-winning films 
from the Cannes Film Festival, conducts dis- 
cussion of theme and production afterwards 
. . . This year club featured Morning Becomes 
Electro and Oedipus Rex. 

Fine Arts Club is moderated by Dr. Paul Hum- 
mert of the English department. 




Standing: Jerry Woynerowski, treasurer; Rick Foys, vice president. 
Seated: Lois Hlavaty, secretary: Bob Bassi, president; Dr. Paul 
Hummert, moderator. 



Standing: Par Carroll, Rick Foys, Camille Zarantonello. Seated: Jo Ann Larkin, Orest Dzuibyn- 
skyj, Faith Brocowski, Mark Niekrasz. 





William Bart, President; Richard Verber, Direc- 
tor; Terrence Burke, Secretory. 



Not given over . . . 

to oratory, the CHESS CLUB is reputed to 
hold the most quiet meetings of any organi- 
zation on campus . . . founded by a small group 
of diehard chess fans in 1963, the Club strives 
to find more people interested in this exacting 
game and to develop the talent of its present 
members . . . 

Lectures and demonstrations further these 
ends . . . far range projects are ambitious . . . 
to attract outside Masters ... to eventually 
compete in intercollegiate chess meets. 



Back row: Michael Laskowski, Orest Dzuibinsbyk, Carl Moore, Michael Danz, Janmes Binski, 
Tom Finnerty, Lou Britten, Jon Hunter. Second row: Naomi Sidell, Irma Williams, Sandra 
Wiencek, David Cook, Rosemary Sochos, Mary Bigorgrari, Juanita Hopkins, Gail Grodowski. 
Seated: Bernard Clarke, Ray Repsys, Richard Verber, William Bart, Terrence Burke, Mark 
Nikriasz. 




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Top row: Jerry Wojtascowski, Margaret Manning, Roger Dore, Carol Kubistal, Ken Pveviti, 
Carol Offut, Ron Dombrowski, Jim Kubik, Frank Collins, Mike Benic, Ned Whiting, Marty 
Wisenberger, Cheryl Conner, Jackie Faller. Second row: Noel Smoran, Sonia Zdrilish, Barbara 
Bega, Mary Young, Pat White, Jeanne Krogh, Sally Beozens, Carol Knes, Janice Potacki, 
Geraldine Griffin, Alberta Matulis, Peggy McCarthy, Jerry Boril, Eve Friend, Joyce Reddington, 
Jeanne Neu. First row: Mr. Campbell, director; Patricia Brown, Deanna Collins, Agle 
Augustus, Mary O'Connell, Barbara Doyle, Eleanor Stocker, Diane Dohm, Marie Mycek, Diane 
Ehrman, Penny Riddiford, Eunice Richter, Margaret Herminutz. 



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Hang down your head . . . 

Tom Dooley, Hang down your head and 
die . . ." strains of four-part harmony floating 
up from the practice hall of the Loyola 
LODORIANS ... id est, our glee club . . . this 
year, club boasts over thirty active members. 

Repertoire consists mainly of folk songs, 
with a few religious selections for more hal- 
lowed occasions . . . Lodorians sung for the 
Rogers Park Community Festival in October, 
for Founders Day, for a charity benefit at 
Hull House in late fall . . . performed their 
traditional duty of leading hymns for the an- 
nual Christmas celebration at Madonna Delia 
Strada Chapel . . . finished the year with a 
stint in Loyola's Variety Show in March . . . 

Mr. David Campbell directed the group this 
year, his first. 



A rehersal becomes informal as guitars are brought out. 



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Officers: Frank Maranto, James Rice, 
Joseph Klodzinski, James Rappel. 



Top Row: Bob Sullivan, Bernard Nolan, John Driscoll, Ralph Kownacki, John Scheer, Bill 
Kerr, Kevin Burke, James Ritt, Terrence Anderson, Thomas Byrne. Second Row: James 
Michalowski, Bernard Pettinger, George Kiskunas, Raymond Anderson, John Rubinic, Hugh 
Bagley, Joseph Krivis, Richard Sohm, Joseph Klemm, Joseph Corso, Joseph O'Callaghan. 
Third Row: William Pohlman, Peter Hurley, Daniel Murphy, Robert Kepner, Thomas Konen, 
Thomas Bonk, John Flavin, Daniel Kmety. Fourth Row: Lt. Col. Charles Murphy, James 
Reppel, Lt. Col. Matthew Giuffre, Joseph Klodzinski, Frank Maranto, James Rice. 








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Guerrilla Warfare . . . 

is a subject of great interest to Loyola 
ROTC men in GOLD TORCH . . . "counter 
resurgence/' as guerrilla warfare is militarily 
termed, is often the topic for outstanding guest 
military speakers . . . sometimes films accom- 
pany talks at Gold Torch monthly meetings. 

A resurrected association of ROTC on cam- 
pus which was forsaken for a few years in favor 
of membership in the Association of the United 
States Army . . . Gold Torch was brought back 
two years ago. 

Red, white, and gold ribbons distinguish 
Gold Torch men on campus . . . The name indi- 
cates that the "torch" is the symbol of ROTC. 



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Lt. Gen C. G. Dodge, Mrs. Dodge, Dr. Charles F. Wilson, Consul 
General of Canada in Chicago, Mrs. Wilson, and Lt. Col. M.R.J. 
Guiffre chat at the Military Ball held this year in January. 



Vicki Zima is crowned Military Ball Queen by Gemma Cassaretto, last year's Queen. The 
Ball was held at the Knickerbocker Hotel. 





Dr. McCluggage, moderator of the Historical Society, plans the 
Undergraduate Symposium held this spring which explored Classical 
Culture's Relevance to Western History. 



Napoleon, Bismark et al . . . 

are well covered in sessions sponsored by 
the HISTORICAL SOCIETY large and out 

standing academic group . . . President Chris 
Henning and officers set up lectures, seminars, 
discussions, meet-the-faculty sessions and re- 
views for comprehensive exams. Moderator is 
Dr. Robert McCluggage. 

This year Dr. Hans Morgenthau of the Uni- 
versity of Chicago addressed Loyolans on "The 
Dilemmas of American Foreign Policy" . ; . 
lecture jointly arranged by the Historical 
Society and the Political Science Club . . . 

Annual History Symposium brings together 
students from several Chicago-area schools to 
read papers on a central theme . . . this year's 
theme was "The Influence of Classical Culture 
on Western Civilization" . . . 

The Society also sponsors an Historical 
Essay Contest, open to all Loyolans . . . offers 
first and second prizes of $50 and $25. 




Officers. Standing: Donald Zeigler, Treasurer; Cecilia 
Carreon, Secretary. Seated: Richard Condon, President; 
John Stiblo, Vice-President. 



Fr. Charles Ronan, S.J. chats informally after his address to 
the Society on "Benito Juarez". 



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Standing: John Cirone, John Jurowicz, Harry Burke, Larry Devitt, LeRoy Zostavtas, Tom 
Schiltz, Robert Lesage. Seated: Pat Ebert, Sharon Risser, Barbara Schmitz, Mary Kroll, Alice 
Hagan, Pat Murphy. 



Standing: Matthew Baldwin, Fred Friedman, Bernard Nels, Bro. 
Lawrence Devocelle, C.S.V., Bill Lewinski, Charles Metelka, Mr. 
Russel V. Circo, moderator. Second row: Charles J. Roti, Don Ronin, 
Tom McGrath, Bob Graham. Seated: Joseph J. Demeo, Algimantas 
K. Bronisas, Lawrence J. Pelka, Pete Zelenkov. 




Major is no matter . . . 

students with such varied concentrations as 
history, English, philosophy, psychology, and 
sociology have banded together in the HUMAN 
RELATIONS CLUB ... the common interests 
which bind them together are varied . . . crime, 
racial problems, the family, delinquency . . . 
anything which is influenced by social inter- 
action . . . the purpose is to put these con- 
temporary social problems in a Christian 
prespective . . . 

Lectures and field trips abound . . . the em- 
phasis is on practical, first-hand experience . . . 
bringing students into actual contact with the 
problems which are to many just textbook 
matters. 



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Standing: Alice Hagan, Helene Propernick, Judy Nedrow, Gerrie Paterkiewicz, Betty Rice, 
Pat Smith. Seated: Bob Prestiano, Maria Manolis, Kathy Byrne, Mary Dienes, Terry Grace. 



Dynamo of Catholic Action . . . 

on campus is the YOUNG CHRISTIAN 

STUDENTS group . . . with 25 active mem- 
bers . . . divided into three work groups . . . 

Miss Judy Nedrow is the Campus Co- 
ordinator and Terry Grace, Peter Praetz, and 
Gayle Porter are group chairmen . . . each 
group works by itself on separate projects . . . 
The groups meet once every week to plot plans 
of attack . . . 

YCS, in large, effected the liturgical re- 
forms at Lewis Towers this year ... led to 
greater lay participation in Mass with singing 
and dialogue . . . YCS also lobbied for Loyola 
affiliation with National Students Association 
(NSA) . . . and has hosted get-togethers for 
foreign students . . . 

Aim is to put into action Christian social 
principles. 



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Top American Executives . . . 

flock to Loyola at the invitation of Loyola's 
MARKETING CLUB . . . purpose of the group 
is to stimulate interest and creative thinking 
in the broad field of marketing . . . 

Club brings in guest speakers to talk on 
sales, advertising, production control and other 
facts of the businessman's world ... 

Regular meetings help members keep tabs 
on latest developments in wholesaling, distri- 
bution, and retailing . . . 

Future of American business is guaranteed 
by these students of the age-old markets of 
human transaction. 



Standing: Joseph Lewand, James Mehl, Ree. 
Sec; Robert Meyer, Treas. Seated: Dan Tobin- 
ski, Joseph Klodzinski, Pres.; Terry Hoskins, 
Vice Pres. 



Back row: Dan Tobinski, Ted Lopinski, Dennis Looby, Maureen Malineaux, Bob Denkewalter 
Robert Weisenberger, Robert Meyer, Jack Considine, Walter Wells. Second row: Dick McGlynn, 
Judy Klein, Gail Laugherty, Edwina Bart, Jackie McQuigg, Frank Kurka, Cheryle Schnoebelen. 
Seated: James Rappel, James Mehl, Terry Hoskins, Jerry Crokin, Joseph Klodzinski, Joseph 
Lewand, Rich Pedi. 




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Back Row: Rimantas Repsys, Ed Mrozek, Terry Loda, Phyllis Krazyzek, John Yakimisky, 
Charlene Bogart, Jerome Karlak, Bonita Hart, Lucy Gabriel. Middle Row: Larry Osinski, 
Theodore Mittskus, Mary Dwyer, Richard Cyr, Antonio, Gualtieri, Tom Francl, Frank Tworek, 
Ted Lackland, Jean Adler, Bill Bart, Herman Faubl, Bill Madsen, Sue Kubiak, Jim Senft, 
Camille Zarantonello, James Herrmann. Front Row: Edward Tummillo, Don Sicks, Dr. Robert 
Reisel Moderator; Kathy Till, Edwina Krol, Walter Brooker, Ron Becker, John Graef. 



Walter Brooker, President; Kathy Till, Secretary-Treasurer; Dr. 
Robert Reisel, Moderator; Edwine Krol, Vice-President. 




A 600% increase . . . 

in mathematics majors on Loyola's Lake 
Shore campus within the past six years chal- 
lenges the vitality of the MATHEMATICS 
CLUB . . . founded in 1958 by Dr. R. Reisel, its 
present moderator . . . 

As laid down in its constitutions, the club 
caters to the academic and social needs of 
Loyola's growing math-minded population . . . 
Membership is open to undergraduates having 
at least partially completed the second 
semester of calculus . . . 

Juniors and seniors in the club meet three 
times weekly to offer tutorial services to strug- 
gling Euclids . . . beginners profit and so do 
the tutors through the chance for review . . . 

Topics relevant to mathematics but beyond 
the scope of prescribed courses, such as ques- 
tions in philosophy and vocation, are dealt with 
through popular lectures offered by the Club. 



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Standing: Jo Spitzer, Ed Wong, Cathy Kalowski, Kothy Waljeski. Seated: Marie Walsh, 
Marianne Santucci, Mary Alice Brunod, Margo Bruegge. 



Officers: Kathy Waljeski, Treasurer; Mary Alice Brunod, President; 
Margo Bruegge, Secretary. 




Parle vous . . . 

Francois? . . . Deutsch? . . . italiano? . . . 
then Mary Alice Brunod, president of THE 
MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB, invites you to 
join her group . . . 

Club stimulates interest in languages and 
foreign cultures . . . helps create the Weltans- 
chaung needed to unravel for oneself the com- 
plexities of the world of the sixties . . . 

Through group conversation, club tries to 
spur members to fluency in their favorite 
tongue . . . whether German, French, Spanish, 
Italian, or Hebrew . . . 

. . . yet another instance of the interna- 
tional flavor which Loyola is acquiring. 



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Standing: Chester Lockwood, Jack Seidler, John Kolovich, Andy Barry, Tom Markey. Seated: 
Jerry Sapienza, John Gabcik, John Egan, Edward Manzke. 



The last Victory Party . . . 

of the basketball season was sponsored by 
the MONOGRAM CLUB, composed of Loyola's 
athletic standouts in basketball, track, and 
swimming . . . 

Club maintains a year-long program aimed 
at betterment of athletics at Loyola . . . holds 
an annual Monogram Club party . . . Spring 
Communion Breakfast . . . other occasional af- 
fairs to fete certain athletes. 

Through the past years, the club has been 
instrumental in developing and encouraging 
the high-calibre of athletic spirit and ability 
exhibited by the likes of Tom O'Hara, Ron 
Miller, Vic Rouse, Johnny Egan, and the win- 
heavy Aqua-Ramblers. 



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Standing: James Ritt, Rev. D. J. Roll, S. J.; Fred Schmitz, George Lang, James Nieds, 
Robert Lowell. Seated: James Kelly, Richard Oehlberg, Michael Hayes, Wayne Wisniewski, 
Gail Butler. 



Recommended for the serious . . . 

students of physics, the PHYSICS CLUB is 

in many respects an extension of the physics 
department . . . the emphasis is on practical 
training and graduate study . . . 

Physics students are given an acquaint- 
ance with possible uses of their major in in- 
dustry . . . the Club also provides seniors with 
helpful information and counseling about 
graduate study programs . . . tutorials are held 
to assist students in elementary physics . . . 
the Club brings back Loyola grads who have 
completed their doctoral work to address the 
Club and give encouragement. 



Officers: Michael Hayes, President; Gerald 
Bielac, Ken Klein, Ron Repka. 



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Young Republican Officers: James Finn, Treas- 
urer; Joseph Kuda, Secretary; Kathi Blanks, 
Vice-President; Ross Riley, President. 



United World Federalists Executive Board. 

Fernando Llosa, Warren Bracy, Rev. G. G. 
Grant, S.J. 



Stumping for Barry 



Goldwater, the Loyola unit of the YOUNG 
REPUBLICAN COLLEGE FEDERATION, pro 

moted a massive rally for the Senator from 
Arizona to kick-off the April 10-12 Midwest 
YR convention at the LaSalle Hotel in 
Chicago . . . 

Ross Reilly, newly elected YR president at 
Loyola, says meetings are convoked whenever 
an occasion for action arises . . . other officers 
are Kathy Blanks, Vice-President, Jame Ruda, 
Secretary, and James Finn, Treasurer. 









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Young Democrat's. Standing: Charles Smith, Molly McHale, Treasurer; Mike Krukones. 
Seated: Jacqueline White, Corresponding Secretary; Tony Travis, Vice-President; Marty 
Lane, President; Joan Rapp, Recording Secretary. 



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Mrs. Kennedy received . . . 

a spiritual bouquet from Loyola's YOUNG 
DEMOCRATS last November after the tragic 
death of her husband . . . Though the YD's 
count over 200 active members, President 
Martin Lane admits that only about 30 mem- 
bers are YD's to the core . . . 

Tony Travis is V. P. . . . Jacqueline White, 
corresponding Secretary . . . Joan Rapp, Re- 
cording Secretary . . . Molly McHale, Treasurer. 

Since November the YD's have had a 
speaker a meeting for seven meetings . . . some 
examples . . . State Rep. Robert E. Mann, 23rd 
District . . . Aid. Claude W. B. Holman, 4th 
Ward. 

These avid Democrats pitched in with the 
vote-getting for the spring primaries and took 
part in the Cook County YD Convention at the 
Morrison. 



The Best Solution . . . 

to United States Foreign Policy, according 
to the UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS, is a 

strong centralized world government ... a 
United Nations fortified with stronger and 
broader authority . . . 

Rev. G. G. Grant, S.J., professor of philo- 
sophy at Loyola, moderates the group . . . usual- 
ly there ore two meetings each semester . . . 
featuring talks on foreign policy and inter- 
national relations . . . 

In April the United World Federalists chal- 
lenged any and all opponents to debate the 
topic: Resolved: A United World Federation Is 
the Only Sensible Solution to U. S. Foreign 
Policy Problems . . . 

The 35 active members are mostly from 
Lewis Towers. 



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Standing: Dr. Vasyl Markus, James Perrone, James Conway, John Gorgone, Robert Maggiore. 
Seated: Rev. Joseph J. Small, S.J., Moderator; Conrad Waligorski, Treasurer; Warren Bracy, 
Donald Senese, Theodore Just, President. 



Taking no sides . . . 

but exploring the theories and practices of 
all the POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY 

attempts to discover the relationship between 
man and his government . . . 

Local government gets a heavy emphasis 
. . . discussions and guest speakers shed light 
on the complexities of municipal and state 
politics both in theory and in practice . . . 

However the national and the international 
scenes are not slighted . . . diplomacy, the 
United Nations, and international politics are 
examined by the members . . . the emphasis 
is on the practical side . . . how things really 
are today. 



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Back row: Judy Hanrahan, Constance Balawender, Mike Allen. Front row: Bill Mac- 
Donald, Rosemary LaPorta, Anna Carlo, Jack Fitzgerald, John Middleton. 




Group with wealth . . . 

of materials to present for oral interpre- 
tation is the READERS' CIRCLE . . . under the 
moderation of Miss Katherine Geary . . . group 
is composed of speech majors and others 
interested in bringing to life the printed word 
by dramatic, expressive readings. 

Unlimited in scope, the Circle may read 
anything from a Greek tragedy to a poem 
written last week . . . Individuals are given 
freedom to choose own selections to read, with- 
in the scope of a theme if a whole program 
is set. 

Still quite young at Loyola, the Circle 
claims twenty members, from both LT and 
Lake Shore campuses. Officers are Frank 
Parente, president; Constance Balawender, 
V.P.; June Mary Jones, treasurer; William Mc- 
Donald, secretary. 



John Fitzgerald, President; Constance Balawender, Vice-President. 



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Sailing on borrowed . . . 

boats, but sailing nevertheless, the newly- 
formed SAILING CLUB was organized last 
fall ... 

Before the members even get near the water 
they undergo an extensive study program in- 
cluding terminology, nautical law, racing 
tactics and strategy, and knowledge of boats 
and equipment . . . movies augment the 
lectures . . . this spring the club started sail- 
ing, and the fledgling program was an im- 
mediate success. 



Standing: Joseph Wilderson, Publicity Chairman; John Klapp, 
Treasurer. Seated: Gray Megan, Vice-President; James Burke, 
Comodore. 



Standing: John Kudulis, Gary Megan, Jim Burke, Roger Ostrander, Dan Kozie, John Klapp, 
Bill Imber, Joe Wilderson. Seated: Peggy Effa, Lynn Relbovsky, Joan Rapp, Jackie White, 
Mary Ann Hardy, Patricia Heany, JoAnn Larkin. 




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Back row: Stan Matusik, John Klein, Tom Swierkowski, George Olson, Gerald Heiman, Ron 
Hartzer, Dick Shukes. Third row: Bob Mueller, James Kwasek, Joe Ladone, Dick Szathiewicz, 
Patrick Falvey. Mike Rosinia, Donald Steere. Second row: Raymond Dunn, Paul Del Carlo, 
Scott Shore, Lawrence Wiatr, Dick Callahan, Sheldon Shapiro. Front row: James Vrasic, Joe 
Catarello, Rev. Lester J. Evett, S. J., Moderator; Bob Novotny. 



A virgin martyred . . . 

in Alexandria in the year 250 is the name- 
sake of the ST. APOLLONIA GUILD of the 

Loyola School of Dentistry . . . for centuries St. 
Apollonia, who had her teeth viciously knocked 
out before further torture, has been patron 
saint of dentists . . . 

The Guild was established at Loyola in 
1941 . . . first chapter started by Cardinal 
O'Connell in Boston in 1920 . . . today counts 
members all across the nation . . . 

Objectives of Guild are Spiritual Progress, 
Professional Advancement, Charity ... all 
dental students of moral and professional 
integrity are eligible to belong . . . 

Recruitment Programs of the Guild strive 
to interest high school students in dentistry 
. . . has had great success . . . Guild's social 
affairs include September picnic, Fall bowl- 
ing tournament, Winter basketball dinner and 
Spring dance. 



Back row: Lawrence Wiatr, Student Council 
Rep.; Donald Steere, Vice-President; Mike 
Rosinia, Public Relations Front row: Joe 
Catarello, Treas.; James Vrasic, Sec't.; Robert 
Novotny, President. 




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Standing: Walter Wells, Ed Stevens, Arthur Heyden, Bruce Vance. Seated: Michael O'Keefe, 
William McArdle, Joe Klodzinski, George Schirmer, Thomas Freborg. 



One of the few . . . 

organizations on campus which can boast 
of representation in both the day school and 
the University College ... the SOCIETY FOR 
THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 

has been one of the most active on campus . . . 
With the specialized aim of furthering the 
understanding of management and manage- 
ment personnel among its members, SAM 
sponsors a variety of speakers, films, banquets, 
and field trips . . . One of the leading chapters 
in the country . . . Loyola's branch of SAM 
has won many awards for its excellence in 
organization and activity. 



William McArdle, Treasurer; Joe Klodzinski, President; George 
Schirmer, Vice-President. 



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Standing: Steve Mallidor, Thomas Riggs, Joseph Hilary, David Hoffman, Genevieve Burke, 
Noreen Gorman, August Crivolio, Ralph Nelson. Seated: Kathy Waljeski, Mary Kay Seibert, 
Carol McCarthy, Patricia Baylock, Constance Stemberk, Anne Beatty. 



Officers. Standing: Thomas Graziano, Vice-President; Steve Mallidor, 
President. Seated: Thomas Riggs, Treasurer; Anne Beatty, Secretary. 




"Of Mice and Men" . . . 

covers the main areas of study of the PSY- 
CHOLOGY CLUB . . . active on both campuses 
to further the interests of psychology 
majors . . . 

Lectures and experimental demonstrations 
using both human and animal subjects are the 
mainstays of psychology club meetings . . . field 
trips are periodically scheduled to such places 
as state mental hospitals and county farms . . . 
providing valuable insight into the complex 
structure of fellow men. 



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Standing: Dr. Walter Becker, Advisor; Irving Tishler, Michael Rosinia, James Evans, Laurence 
Rubin, Charles Evans, John Oswalt, Charlse Judge, Herbert Stanton, Laurence Carlsen. 
Kneeling: Frank Celta, Richard Van Verst, Robert Chavez, Llenellyn. 



Laurence Rubin, Frank Celata, Michael Ros- 
inia, Charles Evans, James Evans, John Oswalt, 
Dr. Walter Becker. 



No guarantee . . . 

is given that dentistry will be painless, but 
the STUDENT AMERICAN DENTAL AS- 
SOCIATION does aid the students in his pur- 
suit of professional excellence . . . 

The Association stresses public speaking, 
clinical study, research and writing ... it pro- 
motes the idea that dental education does not 
end in the classroom .... 

The governing board is composed of four 
representatives from each class . . . they sponsor 
guest speakers, a Clinic Day, outside research 
on dental projects ... an Honors Banquet at 
the year's end recognizes outstanding students. 




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Although years away . . . 

from the coveted M.D. . . . all students in 
the Stritch School of Medicine are eligible for 
membership in the STUDENT AMERICAN 
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION the student 

branch of the AMA . . . 

The Loyola chapter, established in 1950, 
pursues the same ideals as its senior counter- 
part ... to advance the profession ... to aid 
student welfare and advance education . . . 
to instill the high ideals of the medical pro- 
fession ... to prepare students for the civic 
and social obligations which accrue to their 
profession . . . 

Monthly meetings cover study and research 
. . . movies and guest speakers fill the pro- 
grams. 



Robert E. Lee, Jr., President of SAMA, with Albert Shiu and Raymond Koziol as they inspect 
an electrocardiograph, used in demonstrations at meetings. 




"To elevate the character . . . 

and advance the interests of the profession 
of teaching and to promote the cause of edu- 
cation in the United States" . . . the aims stated 
in 1 906 when Congress granted a charter to the 
National Education Association . . . 

In October, 1963 the STUDENT NATION- 
AL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION founded a 
chapter at Loyola . . . incorporating the same 
ideals and aims as its parent organization . . . 

Biweekly meetings range from guest speak- 
ers to field trips, films, panel discussions . . . 
a student- faculty tea was held at Christmas 
... a luncheon rounded out the spring pro- 
gram. 



Standing: Jackie Vannucci, Jane Lentino, Pat Sullivan, Cecelia Kazak, Marilyn Huyghebaert, 
Jan Aumuller, Margie Whalen. Seated: Sandra Jaske, Treasurer; Nancy Gutschick, Secretary; 
Mrs. Irene Lang, Moderator; Anne Morrissey, President; Susie Grams, Vice-President; Margie 
Stacy, Parliamentarian. 



In an effort . . . 

to dispel the notion that "You can't get a 
man with a gun" the WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM 

combines social activities and shooting matches 
in an equal proportion . . . 

Designed to acquaint women with firearms 
and their proper use and to improve the shoot- 
ing skill of its members . . . the Team is 
moderated by Major Gartman and coached by 
Staff Sergeant Fugere . . . competition with 
other Coed Teams proves the value of their 
training . . . parties reassure the femininity of 
the marksmen. 



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Standing: Joan Adler, Mary Therese Marriott, Mary Kay Shannon, Pat Rittle, Major Frank 
Gartman, Sgt. Thomas Fugere, Colette Stack, Bonnie Kusmirek. Kneeling: Marcia Busiczyn- 
skyj, Sue Miller. 



Standing: Mary Therese Marriott, Mary Kay 
Shannon, Colette Stack. On the range: Bonnie 
Kusmirek, Marcis Basiczynskyj, Pat Rittle, Sue 
Miller, Jean Adler. 





Standing: Kei Narimatsu, Mark Niekrasz, John Kluke, Bill Imbur, Dick Bass, John Ruffolo, 
John Wolosewick, Tim Svec, Mike McClure. Middle row: Don O'Brien, Bob Strzyz, Marilyn 
Gayda, Noreen Mysyk, Nina Fitch, Lila Canning, Mary Jo Budill, Dick Smith. Seated: Naomi 
Sidell, Barb Hoess, Florence Kowalczyk, Orest Dziubynskyj, Kathy Bender, Mary Ann Bandala, 
Cathy Talano. 



Evaluating life . . . 

in its physical forms is the function of THE 
WASMANN BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY ultra 
active campus body with more than 140 mem- 
bers ... is primarily an academic service 
organization with some social interests . . . 

Holds bi-monthly general meetings ... bi- 
monthly film series (open to all) . . . conducts 
a tutorial service to aid underclassmen over 
lumps of General Zoology . . . sponsors Field 
Trips to various areas and institutions . . . holds 
fall Initiation Banquet and a Christmas 
Party . . . 

The Probe is Wasmann's official publi- 
cation, featuring scientific news, abstracts, and 
book reviews by graduate students . . . also 
general facts about people in science at 
Loyola . . . 

Innovations include Experimental Section 
(independent student research), Discussion 
Section (student seminars), and Administration 
Section (train students in being boss) . . . 

Wasmann was awarded the Blue Key 
Academic-Cultural Award for 1961-62 and 
1962-63. 




Seated: John Hudson, Moderator; Katherine 
Bender, Secretary. Standing: Robert Strzyz, 
Vice-President; Bob Shearin, President. 



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Back Row: Norb Wujek, Davis Sass, Bob Abene, Nicholas Emanuele, Bill O'Brien, Marty 
Notzon, Dick Zabrenski, Lance Wrobel, Mike Dubek, Middle Row: Roland Woodruff, Bruce 
Gach, Connie Pusieko, Vic Janulaitis, Paul Ingevaldson, Edward Gladney. Seated: Cathy Mon- 
talbano, Rosemary McHugh, John Klopp, Don Anderson, Paul Akers, John Knipper. 



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Creative Stimulation . . . 

of thought among Loyola students is the 
goal of CADENCE IN LOYOLA THOUGHT, 

quarterly student magazine of Loyola Uni- 
versity . . . entirely written, illustrated, and 
edited by Loyolans . . . under the able 
moderation of Miss Rita Clarkson. 

Editors keep daily office hours at Lewis 
Towers in Rm. 605, collecting and selecting 
material . . . arranging copy according to lay- 
out and theme. Staffers proofread, lay out 
galleys, handle publicity and distribution. 

Thus Cadence affords staff members with 
invaluable literary, artistic, and journalistic ex- 
perience . . . 

Quarterly includes the best of student 
originals . . . art, essays, literary and dramatic 
critiques, translations, satires, short stories, and 
poetry. 





Staff members Yvonne Amar, Kathy Galiej, and Kathy Dvorak 
do research in preparing the copy for Cadence's spring issue. 



Co-editors Benedict Amar and Michael Leahy. 



Ben Amar checks her work as Marylynn Bud- 
vaitis types copy in Cadence's office. 



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Standing: Miss Rita Clarkson, Moderator; Marylynn Budvaitis, Benedict Amor, Katherine 
Dvorak, William Imbur, Yvonne Amar, Michael Leahy. Seated: Kathy Galiej, Rich McMahon. 



Richard McMahon, Michael Leahy, Constance Balawender, and Bill Imbur discuss some of the 
artwork for Cadence. 




Always well done . . . 

accolades were again given to the LOYOLA 
NEWS for both content and style . . . 

In an attempt to spark student thought the 
News has had its ups and downs this year . . . 
controversy over censorship was one of the 
major points of contention . . . yet the News 
kept publishing . . . 

The News does not aim to please everyone 
... its freedom to say what it thinks accounts 
for its popularity ... it thrives on the contro- 
versy it engenders . . . and the praise it receives 
is well deserved. 




JAMES MASEK 
Editor-in-Chief 




GEORGE SULLIVAN 
News Editor 





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Jo Spitzer holds the News' most controversial 
issue as Alan Kaplan preserves it on film. 



Dennis Dinger and Kay Lynch checks the latest 
issue for typographical errors. 



Robert Bergstrom, Features Editor, chats with 
Ann Goggins about the stories for a coming 
issue. 




The editor edits. Ed Bough, JoAnn Larkin, Dave Fishman, and Rosemary Lukacevich check 
Jim Masek's work for spelling errors. 





Bob Rosenbaum and Al Kaplan, staff photographers go over an assignment with George Sul- 
livan, News Editor. 



Rosemary Lukacevich gets the story on the Peace Corps. 




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Jack Carobus, staff cartoonist shows his latest effort to Bill Herr 
and Dennis Doud. 




More staff members. Warren Busscher, Ed Bough, Eric Ziemer, 
and Chuck Jenkins. 



RICHARD McGLYNN 
Sports Editor 




From September 17 . . . 

to March 20 the staff of the LOYOLAN 

labors daily to produce an endless stream of 
copy, captions and pictures ... an attempt 
to preserve the highlights of a full year at 
Loyola . . . 

Even when the last page is finished the staff 
cannot relax . . . galley proofs must be corrected 
. . . page proofs must be checked . . . sales must 
be filed . . . 

Finally, in May, the product of nine months 
of hard labor arrives at the University . . . only 
then does the staff relax . . . the annual Year- 
book Banquet is filled with reminiscences . . . 
and plans for next year's book. 




PATRICK O'KEEFE 
Copy Editor 




PAUL CONARTY 
Editor-in-Chief 





ROBERT BENNETT 
Identifications Editor 



NANCY MULLENIX 
Index Editor 




ROBERT MILES 
Scheduling Editor 



ROBERT NELSON 
Photography Editor 




ROBERT RUDNICK 
Sales Manager 




GERALDINE WOLSKI 
Graduate Editor 




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Mary An Angel, Bonnie O'Shea, Ed Trischmann, and Kathy Bowers. 




Toni Blaney, Char Hopp, and Judy Reese. 



'Mike'' 




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Vol Valient, Mike Krukones, Michele Otto, Nancy Pruneau, and 
the editor. (Who sneaked in when no one was looking). 



Our artists Carole Manelli and Sandy Rafferty. 





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Every alumnus of . . . 

the Loyola University School of Law re- 
ceives a copy of the LOYOLA LAW TIMES . . . 

Covering a wide range of topics . . the 
Times covers problems of local, national, and 
international significance . . . from a legal 
viewpoint . . . showing how the correct and 
courageous application of legal principles can 
contribute to their solution . . . 

Published quarterly . . . the Loyola Law 
Times is a valuable contribution to legal 
journalism. 



Standing: Robert Mahony, editor; E. Lee Cogan, Joseph Sorota. Seated Walter Pyle, Mrs. 
Suzanne Dawson, Robert Coyne. 



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Published as part . . . 

of the Illinois Bar Journal . . . RECENT 
DECISIONS is the contribution of the students 
of Loyola University's Law School to the legal 
profession . . . 

Published monthly ... it contains recent 
cases decided by Illinois and Federal Courts . . . 
the commentaries are written by students . . . 
past commentaries are re-published and ex- 
amined in the light of more recent judge- 
ments . . . 

Recent Decisions gives practical experience 
. . . and is a valuable aid to practicing lawyers. 



Standing: Michael Ford, Gus Athas, Thomas Crisham, Walter Pyle, Lawrence Stanner, Frank 
Butler, Ronald Smith. Seated: William Quinlan, Donald Gavin, editor-in-chief; Robert Burns, 
moderator; Dennis Waldeck, Raymond Hartman, 




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ADMINISTRATION 



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As President . . . 

of the second largest Catholic university in 
the United States . . . largest Jesuit university 
in the world . . . the Very Reverend James F. 
Maguire, S.J., shoulders a mammoth bur- 
den . . . 

Since start of his tenure in 1955, he has 
founded Businessmen of Loyola . . . the Board 
of Lay Trustees . . . Women's Board . . . the 
Citizen's Board . . . the Alumni Advisory Coun- 
cil. 

He strongly supports the work of older Loy- 
ola institutions, such as PAL and SAL . . . 

Under his direction, Loyola has gone "In- 
ternational" with summer trips to Europe, Peru, 
and Japan . . . greatest feat was founding of 
Loyola in Rome, year-long liberal arts program. 




Vice-President and Dean of 
Faculties . . . 

Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. . . . formerly 
Chairman of the Philosophy Department at 
Loyola . . . graduate of both Loyola Academy 
and Loyola University . . . has also studied 
abroad. 

Coordinates and seeks to improve faculty- 
administration relations . . . has greatly im- 
proved Loyola's seminar programs ... is active 
in many other school projects. 




Vice-President . . . 

for Development and Public Relations, W. 
Daniel Conroyd . . . with Loyola since 1945 
. . . has served as Director of Public Relations 
and Administrative Assistant to the Presi- 
dent . . . 

Organizes and correlates Loyola's programs 
in fund raising, public relations, and alumni 
activities . . . 

Graduate of Loyola and DePaul. 






Vice-President . . . 

and Business Manager, Thomas J. Hawkins 
. . . handles and appropriates the University's 
finances . . . oversees accounting, purchasing, 
personnel administration, maintenance, con- 
struction ... is indispensable in any discussion 
of long-range planning. 

Formerly, Treasurer and Comptroller of 
the Nachman Corporation . . . joined Loyola 
over twelve years ago. 



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Standing: Rev. Laurence Henderson, S. J., Rev. Felix P. Biestek, S. J., Rev. Franklin C. 
Fischer, S. J., Rev. Joseph S. Pendergast, S. J., Rev. John W. Bieri, S. J., Seated: Rev. Stewart 
E. Dollard, S. J., Rev. John A. McEvoy, S. J., Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S. J., Rev. Robert 
W. Mulligan, S. J. 



Nine Jesuit priests . . . 

under the general chairman of the Very 
Reverend James F. Maguire, S. J. — Presi- 
dent of the University — compose the BOARD 
OF TRUSTEES . . 

The actual governing body of the whole 
University . . . the Board of Trustees determines 
long range planning . . . policy formation . . . 
is the source of administrative authority . . . 

General in planning , . . extensive in scope, 
the Board leaves execution of its work to var- 
ious University administrators . . . still retains 
ultimate responsibility for the well-being of 
the University . . . making it the most important 
single agency of the University. 



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Standing: Harry L. McCloskey, W. Daniel Conroyd, Rev. Hugh B. Rodman, S.J., Richard A. 
Matre, 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. 



Admission procedures 

accreditation . . . tuition structure . . . just 
a few of the many functions of the ADMINIS- 
TRATIVE COUNCIL ... one of the principal 
sources of advice for the University's President 

Academic and administrative policy come 
under close scrutiny . . . Deans of all Colleges — 
Vice-Presidents, Dean of Students, Registrar, 
and other administrators compose the Coun- 
cil. 



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Charles C. Kerwin 
Chairman 



The busy day . . . 



of the President of the University, the Very 
Reverend James F. Maguire, S.J., often leaves 
little time to study non-academic matters 
pertinent to the welfare of the University . . . 
the BOARD OF LAY TRUSTEES was organized 
to advise him on the many financial and legal 
matters which arise concerning the adminis- 
tration of University affairs ... an invaluable 
storehouse of knowledge concerning edu- 
cation, campus planning, public relations, and 
finance. 



Mrs. Frank 
J. Lewis 



Reuben 
Thorson 






Cushman B. Bissell 



Louis H. G. 
Bouscaren 





Hon. Augustine J. 
Bowe 



Dr. James J. 
Callahan 





William Roy 
Carney 



Edward A. Cudahy 





Michael Cudahy 



Walter J. 
Cummings 





Walter J. 
Cummings, Jr. 



Thomas A. Dean 



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John D. deButts 







Querin P. Dorschel Frederick M. Gillies 



Matthew J. 
Hickey, Jr. 



Charles M. Hines 








Patrick H. Hoy 



Samuel Insull, Jr. Owen Borton Jones 



Robert E. Joyce 



Arthur Keating 




Charles H. 
Kellstadt 




Weymouth 
Kirkland 



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Sidney R. Korshak Arthur T. Leonard 



John L. McCaffrey 










Joseph E. Merrion 



John F. O'Keefe 



William J. Quinn 



Vincent D. Sill 



William J. Sinek 







John F. Smith, Jr. 



Bolton Sullivan 



Charles S. Vrtis 



Richard L. Terrel 



T. M. Thompson 








Mrs. Frank J. Lewis 
Honorary Chairman 



Mrs. Thomas Amberg 

Mrs. Thomas S. Armour 

Mrs. William H. Arnold 

Mrs. George J. Aste 

Mrs. Charles A. Bane 

Mrs. B. Edward Bensinger 

Mrs. Richard Bentley 

Mrs. Robert Lee Berner 

Mrs. Arthur E. Biddle 

Mrs. John M. Bireley 

Mrs. Cushman B. Bissell 

Mrs. Louis H. Bouscaren 

Mrs. Augustine J. Bowe 

Mrs. William J. Bowe 

Mrs. Harry Boysen 

Mrs. John B. Bremner, Jr. 

Mrs. James G. Brennan 

Mrs. Britton I. Budd 

Mrs. John R. Burdick 

Mrs. James O. Burke 

Mrs. Thomas B. Burke 

Mrs. Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 

Mrs. Wm. Jerome Byrnes 

Mrs. Julien J. Caestecker 

Mrs. James J. Callahan 

Mrs. Charles B. Cannon 

Mrs. Wm. Roy Carney 

Mrs. John D. Casey 

Mrs. John A. Cassin 

Mrs. Joseph J. Cavanagh 



Mrs. Henry T. Chamberlain 

Mrs. Henry L. Charlton 

Mrs. John W. Clarke 

Mrs. Fairfax M. Cone 

Mrs. Timothy J. Connelly 

Mrs. Thomas J. Coogan 

Mrs. Thomas E. Cooke 

Mrs. 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. deSmet 

Mrs. Terrance Dillon 

Mrs. William G. Dooley 

Mrs. Querin P. Dorschel 

Mrs. Harry L. Drake 

Mrs. Lyman M. Drake Jr. 

Mrs. R. Jerome Dunne 

Mrs. Paul F. Elward 

Mrs. John N. Estabrook 

Mrs. John J. Fahey 

Mrs. George Fiedler 

Mrs. Jerome K. Flaherty 



Mrs. C. Larkin Flanagan 

Mrs. A. A. Flick Jr. 

Mrs. Frank Flick 

Mrs. Robert M. Foley 

Mrs. J. Dennis Freund 

Mrs. Charles J. Gallagher 

Mrs. Paul V. Galvin 

Mrs. Lynne W. Goldblatt 

Mrs. Robert F. Graham 
Mr. Joseph E. Guilbault 

Mrs. Henry Hafer 

Mrs. Donald H. Haider 

Mrs. Emil D. W. Hauser 

Mrs. Kenneth B. Hawkins 

Mrs. Harris Haywood 

Mrs. Matthew Hickey Jr. 

Mrs. Charles J. Holland 

Mrs. Charles F. Hough 
Dr. Helen Howe 

Mrs. Partick H, Hoy 

Mrs. Neil C. Hurley Jr. 

Mrs. Michael L. Igoe 

Mrs. Samuel Insull Jr. 

Mrs. Christian E. Jarchow 

Mrs. Owen Barton Jones 

Miss Ann Joyce 

Mrs. Joseph T. Joyce 

Mrs. Robert E. Joyce 

Mrs. William Joyce 



260 




Quarterly luncheons . . . 

bring together the members of the WO- 
MEN'S BOARD ... to examine its threefold 
aim: to contribute to the intellectual enjoyment 
of the Board's membership ... to learn more 
about the objectives, academic programs, and 
educational opportunities offered in the Uni- 
versity ... to acquaint its members with the 
educational and cultural contributions of 
Loyola to the city and the nation . . . 

These generous women then take it upon 
themselves to communicate Loyola's message 
to persons not familiar with the University. 



Mrs. Querin P. Dorschel 
Chairman 



Mrs. Frank L. Kartheiser 
Mrs. Joseph S. Kearney 
John A. Kennedy 
W. McNeil Kennedy 
Otto Kerner 
Charles C Kerwin 
Mrs. Edward M. Kerwin 
Mrs. Weymouth Kirkland 
Sidney R. Korshak 
John R. Laadt 
Dr. Ann Lolly 
Mrs. Wm. J. Lawlor Jr. 
Mrs. Eugene M. Lennon 
Mrs. Arthur T. Leonard 
Frank J. Lewis 
James J. Lewis 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Edward C Logelin 
Lenox R. Lohr 
John L. McCaffrey 
James J. McCarty 
Edwin B. McConville 
Eugene T. McEnery 
Mrs. Charles L. McEvoy 
Mrs. John F. McFeatters 
John P. McGoorty Jr. 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



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Mrs. Clarence W. Mcintosh 



Mrs. R. C McNamara Jr. 

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. Mullett 

Mrs. Joseph D. 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. Bernhard Pallasch 

Mrs. William F. Petersen 

Mrs. Robert A. Podesta 

Mrs. William J. Quinn 

Mrs. Thomas W. Reedy 

Mrs. Thomos A. Reynolds 

Mrs. Frank J. Rothing 

Mrs. Arthur Rubloff 

Mrs. William J. Schmitt 

Mrs. Herbert E. Schmitz 



Mrs. Richard W. Sears II 

Mrs. Thomos W. Sexton 

Mrs. William Sexton 

Mrs. Vincent D. Sill 

Mrs. William J. Sinek 

Mrs. Walter Byron Smith 

Mrs. John M. Smyth Jr. 

Mrs. Frederick W. Specht 

Mrs. Carlos A. Spiess 

Mrs. Walter A. Stuhr Jr. 

Mrs. Bolton Sullivan 

Mrs. Harold W. Sullivan 

Mrs. Joseph F. Sullivan 

Mrs. Hampden M. Swift 

Mrs. Edwin R. Talbot 

Mrs. J. Thomas Taussig 

Mrs. Richard L. Terrell 

Mrs. Thomas M. Thompson 

Mrs. Reuben Thorson 

Mrs. William J. Tuohy 

Mrs. Frank J. Turk 

Mrs. Walter A. Wade 

Mrs. John J. Waldron 

Mrs. Maurice Walk 

Mrs. Hempstead Washbume 

Mrs. Harold M. Williams 

Mrs. Lynn A. Williams Jr. 

Mrs. Eugene R. Zacher 



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MR. THOMAS A. DEAN 
Chairman 




Norbert F. Armour 

John W. Baird 

Charles A. Bone 

Gerald A. Barry 

O. D. Bast 

Robert L. Berner 

Dr. Otto L. Bettag 

John M. Bireley 

Cushman B. Bissell 

Thomas J. Boodell 

Andrew R. Bopp 

Louis H. G. Bouscaren 

Hon. Augustine J. Bowe 

William J. Bowe 

Hon. Jacob M. Braude 

A. J. Bremner 

C. M. Brennan 

James G. Brennan 

James J. Brennan 

John E. Brennan 

Ralph D. Brizzolara 

Clemens H. Bruns 

Robert E. Burke 

Thomas B. Burke 

Leo Burnett 

C. J. Burny 

Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 

W. J. Byrnes 

Julian J. Caestecker 

Richord D. Cagney 

William E. Cahill 

Dr. James J. Callahan 

Hon. William J. Campbell 

Andrew R. Carlson 

Wm. Roy Carney 

Wallace E. Carroll 

George L. Carstens 

Anthony E. Cascino 

Thomas J. Cavanaugh, Jr. 

H. M. Cavanaugh 

Leo D. Cavanaugh 



Norman L. Cavedo 
Fred E. Chambers 
Frank W. Chesrow 
John A. Clark 
John W. Clarke 
James W. Close 
John E. Colnon 
Philip Conley 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Philip H. Corboy 
Francis M. Corby 
Walter R. Costello 
Louis J. Cross 
George D. Crowley 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Col. Henry Crown 
Edward A. Cudahy 
Michael Cudahy 
Martin A. Culhane 
Walter J. Cummings 
Walter J. Cummings, Jr. 
Henry J. Curran 
A. J. Cusick 
Thomas A. Dean 
John D. deButts 
Donald Defrees 
Charles W. DeGryse 
William J. Donohoe 
James L. Donnelly 
James F. Donovan 
James A. Dooley 
Richard F. Dooley 
William G. Dooley 
Querin P. Dorschel 
Leo J. Doyle 
Hon. Raymond P. 
Drymalski 
Thomas F. Duffy 
John J. Dunn, Jr. 
Edward W. Dunne 
Hon. Robert J. Dunne 



Raymond W. Durst 
Joseph F. Elward 
Hon. Robert E. English 
Raymond Epstein 
Alexander Eulenberg 
Dr. Joseph P. Evans 
John W. Evers 
Lawrence S. Fanning 
Peter V. Fazio 
Edward Fenner 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fiedler 
Hon. George Fiedler 
George J. Fitzgerald 
John C. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J, Fitzgerald 
Peter Fitzpatrick 
Daniel L. Flaherty 
John J. Flanagan 
Frank Flick 
Leonard S. Florsheim 
John J. Foley 
Ray Foley 
Arthur H. Forbes 
Clarence E. Fox 
Zollie S. Frank 
Stephen J. Frawley 
Arthur J. Gallagher 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Adm. William O. Gallery 
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 F. Hampson 

R. Emmet Hanley 

Felix E. Healy 

Joseph E. Henry 

Harry P. Heuer 

Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 

Matthew J. Hickey III 

Thomas J. Higgins 

Raymond M. Hill iard 

Charles M. Hines 

John P. Hoffmann 

Brig. Gen. J. P. Holland 

Michael Howlett 
Patrick H. Hoy 
James T. Igoe, Jr. 
Hon. Michael Igoe 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Bruce R. Jagor 
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 L. Kartheiser 
John S. Kavanaugh 
Joseph S. Kearney 
Arthur Keating 



262 



Four times a year . . . 

the CITIZENS BOARD meets . . . and its 
326 members come away with a greater un- 
derstanding of Loyola . . . 

The informal arm of the Public Relations 
department . . . the members of the Citizens 
Board — all prominent Chicagoans — work in 
their own ways to acquaint Chicago with Loyo- 
la's educational achievements . . . 

Wherever the Board's influence is felt — 
Loyola's influence is felt . . . both Loyola and 
Chicago benefit. 



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 
Hon. Win G. Knoch 
Raymond J. Koch 
Sidney R. Korshak 
Leonard O. Krez 
Anthony J. Kueber 
Francis H. Kullman, Jr 
Irv Kupcinet 
Hon. Walter J. LaBuy 
William J. Lancaster 
Paul E. Lawler, M.D. 
William J. Lawlor, Jr. 
Russell J. Leander 
William A. Lee 
Morris I. Leibman 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Robert J. Ley 
Stuart List 
Park Livingston 
Edward C Logelin 
Maj. Lenox R. Lohr 
Eugene K. Lydon 
Bernard W. Lynch 
Richard V. 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 
Hon. John V. McCormick 
Morgan F. McDonnell 
William L. McFetridge 
William J. McGah 
John P. McGoorty 
John B. McGuire 
John F. McGuire 
Clarence W. Mcintosh 
Ivan A. McKenna 
H. V. McNamara 
Robert C McNamara Jr. 
Don McNeill 
John E. McNulty 
Henry W. Meers 
Edward A. Menke 
Joseph E. Merrion 
John T. Moran 
Harold Moser 
Michael F. Mulcahy 
Edward F. Mulhern 
Walter F. Mullady 
Paul L. Mullaney 
Thomas R. Mulroy 
Charles F. Murphy 
Joseph D. Murphy 
Leo T. Murphy 
Morgan Murphy 
John A. Naghten 
Cyrus H. Neuses 
T. Clifford Noonan 
Frank Nugent 



Robert O'Boyle 
Harold P. O'Connell 
Harry J. O'Haire 
James L. O'Keefe 
John 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 
Robert F. Quain 
James R. Quinn 
William J. Quinn 
Frank C. Rathje 
Ben Regan 
Joseph J. Regan 
Henry J. Regan 
Henry Regnery 
James P. Reichmann 
Thomas A. Reynolds 
John H. Riley 
G. Gale Roberson 
Burke B. Roche 
Leonard D. Ron in 
Arthur Rubloff 
Anthony J. Rudis 
Morris B. Sachs, Jr. 
George F. Salerno 
Joseph P. Savage 
John W. Scallan 
John Schmidt 
Dr. William M. Scholl, Jr. 
Gilbert H. Scribner 
Barnabas F. Sears 



Thomas W. Sexton 
Martin F. Shanahan 
Admiral D. F. J. Shea 
Edward D. Sheehan 
J. Glenn Shehee 
Joseph D. Shelly SR. 
Donald T. Sheridan 
Leo J. Sheridan 
R. Sargent Shriever, Jr. 
Vincent D. Sill 
William J. Sinek 
Edmond W. Sinnott 
Jackson W. Smart 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Frederick W. Specht 
Carlos A. Spiess 
A. L. Starshak 
Clarence L. Steber 
Bolton Sulliven 
John P. Sullivan 
Richard L. Terrell 
James E. Thompson 
T. M. Thompson 
Reuben Thorson 
William B. Traynor 
William K. Traynor 
Frank H. Uriell 
Arkell M. Vaughn M.D. 
Charles S. Vrtis 
John J. Waldron 
Donald J. Walsh 
J. Harris Ward 
Tony Weitzel 
Frank M. Whiston 
Elmer J. Whitty 
Albert J. Wilkins 
James C. Worthy 
Lloyd E. Yoder 
Eugene R. Zacher 
R. A. Zimmerman 



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MR. WILLIAM J. QUINN 
Chairman 



T, Loyal Anderson 
Henry W. Angsten, Jr. 
James F. Ashenden, Jr. 
Norbert F. Armour 
Alexander H. Bacci 
Frank J. Balasa 
Samuel W. Bailey 
Charles R. Beauregard 
Edward J. Bennan 
Chester F. Bieschke 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
James B. Blaine 
Bernard J. Blommer 
Harold W. Boedeker 
Thomas J. Boodell 
Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Hon. Augustine J. Bowe 
Paul Bowman, Jr. 
A. J. Bremner 
James G. Brennan 
James J. Brice 
Clemens H. Bruns 
Louis J. Buffardi 
Robert E. Burke 
Thomas B. Burke 
C. J. Burny 
William E. Cahill 
Frank C. Callahan 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Thomas E. Carey 
Raymond N. Carlen 
A. R, Carlson 
Thomas J. Carmody 
Wm. Roy Carney 
Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 



Eugene J. Carroll 
H. M. Cavanaugh 
John H. Chamberlain 
Fred E. Chambers 
J. F. Chambliss 
Frank W. Chesrow 
James W. Close 
Robert Cole 
John E. Colnon 
Stuart Colnon 
Harry H. Comstock 
Timothy J. Connelly 
W. Daniel Conroyd 
Francis M. Corby 
Joseph N. Cordell 
Philip H. Cordes 
Joseph W. Cremin 
William A. Cremin 
Louis J. Cross 
George D. Crowley 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Edward A. Cudahy 
Michael Cudahy 
James J. Cullen 
Stuart G. Cullen 
Walter J. Cummings 
Walter J. Cummings, Jr. 
A. J. Cusick 
August F. Daro, M.D. 
Thomas A. Dean 
John D. deButts 
Charles W. DeGryse 
Philip A. Delaney 
George Tynan Demetrio 
Angelo Dicello 
William P. Devine 



William S. Dillon 
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 
Hon. Raymond P. 
Drymalski 
Thomas F. Duffy 
Edward W. Dunne 
Edmund F. Egan 
William Q. Egan 
Paul F. Elward 
Alexander Eulenberg 
Raymond C. Eyer 
David B. Fallon 
Joseph F. Fasano 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fiedler 
Richard G. Finn 
Edward R. Finnegan 
George J. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerald 
John J. Flanagan 
Arthur H. Forbes 
Maurice B. Frank 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Frank A. Gallagher 
Admiral William O. Gallery 
Thomas J. Galvin 
William J. Garvy 
John J. Gearen 



J. Jay Gerber 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Louis Glunz 
Thomas A. Gonser 
Carl Gorr 
Hubert Gotzes 
George W. Grace 
Bernard C. Grafft 
James T. Griffin 
Thomas D. Griffin 
Harold T. Halfpenny 
William J. Halligan, Sr. 
R. Emmett Hanley 
Paul Hassett 
Thomas W. Havey 
Thomas F. Hawkins 
Wallace Hawley 
Joseph E. Henry 
Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Paul B. Higdon 
Preston A. Higgins 
Raymond M. Hi I hard 
Charles M. Hines 
Matthew D. Hoy 
Patrick H. Hoy 
John Hurley 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Bruce R. Jagor 
Edward J. Jennett 
Howard J.Johnson 
Owen Barton Jones 
Robert E. Joyce 
John S. Kavanaugh 
Arthur Keating 
Joseph W. Kehoe 
Paul A. Keim 



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A partner in Chicago's 
greatness . . . 

is the theme for the 1963-64 BUSINESS- 
MEN FOR LOYOLA UNIVERSITY drive 
driving for 450,000 dollars, the equivalent of 
90 teaching units. 

Growing with Loyola . . . from 42 members 
to 280 in seven years . . . BMLU has been a 
mainstay in the University's expansion ... a 
solid booster of academic excellence . . . 

A reciprocal arrangement . . . Loyola's 
grads fill industry's ranks . . . Chicago's indus- 
tries aid Loyola in maintaining excellence 
. . . both benefit from BMLU . . . 

More than 500 organizations receive the 
annual report . . . detailing the extent of their 
help . . . expressing the University's thanks. 



MR. T. M. THOMPSON 
Vice-Chairman 



John F. Kelley 
Charles H. Kellstadt 
Floyd M. Kenlay 
W. McNeil Kennedy 
Alexander X. Kuhn 
Francis H. Kullman, Jr. 
John E. Kenney 
Edmund J - Kenny 
Charles C Kerwin 
Edward M. Kerwin 
John J. Kinnare 
Weymouth Kirkland 
Lawrence E. Klinger 
Paul R. Klingsporn, Jr. 
Frank P. Knoll 
Louis A. Kohn 
J. F. Koridek 
Sidney R. Korshak 
George H. Kronberg 
Anthony J. Kueber 
J- J. Lancaster 
George A. Lane 
Earl S. Lathrop, Jr. 
Robert B. Latousek 
Elmer F, Layden 
Nathaniel P. Leighton 
Arthur R. Leonard 
Robert P. Leroy 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Park Livingston 
Samuel V. Lizzo 
Warren A. Logelin 
Eugene K. Lydon 
Richard V. Lynch 
William J. Lynch 
William C MacDonald 
John G. Mack, Jr. 



David S. Mackie 
John Madden 
Maurice D. Mangan 
Howard T. Markey 
John Marotto 
James R. Martin 
Robert W. Martinez 
Howard G. Mayer 
John L. McCaffrey 
J. Warren McCaffrey 
Arthur J. McConville 
Edwin B. McConville 
Bernard McDevitt 
Henry J. McDonald 
Morgan F. McDonnell 
Frank J. McGarr 
John B. McGuire 
Clarence W. Mcintosh 
Gerald A. McKinley 
Thomas E. McLaughlin 
H. V. McNamara 
Henry W. Meers 
Charles Edward Melia 
Edward A. Menke 
William Mesick 
Joseph E. Merrion 
Garfield Miller, Sr. 
Edward J. Morrissey 
Richard G. Muench 
Walter F. Mullady 
Aidan I. Mullett 
Joseph D. Murphy 
Lewis C. Murtaugh 
Edward W. Nicewick 
T. Clifford Noonan 
Robert O'Boyle 
Patrick W. O'Brien 
William B. O'Connell 



William T. O'Donnell 

Frank E. O'Dowd 

John F. O'Keefe 

William P. O'Keefe 

W. O. Oilman 

William F. O'Meara 

Eugene T. O'Reilly 

John E. O'Shaughnessy 

Thomas W. O'Shaughnessy 

Bernhard Pallasch 

Roy J. Pierson 

Charles F. Pigott 

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 

Charles H. Reilly 

Thomas W. Reilly 

William H. Rentschler 

Harlan Richards 

John H. Riley 

Williams H. Roberts 

Burke B. Roche 

Dwyer Roche 

Gerald A. Rooney 

Edwin A. Rowland 

Anthony J. Rudis 

Clarence J. Ruethling 

Peter J. Salvato 

J. M. Scanlan 

John Schmidt 

Charles F. Scholl 

Thomas W. Sexton 



Fred R. Sextro 
Martin F. Shananhan 
Edward D.Sheehan 
J. Glenn Shehee 
Donald T. Sheridan 
Vincent D. Sill 
William J. Sinek 
John L. Sloan 
Jackson W. Smart 
John F. Smith Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Fred B. Snite 
Carlos A. Spiess 
Clarence L. Steber 
Bolton Sullivan 
John P. Sullivan 
William J. Sullivan 
Edwin M. Taber 
Richard L. Terrell 
James E. Thompson 
T, M. Thompson 
Reuben Thorson 
Harry J. Trainor 
William K. Traynor 
John C. Tully 
Doran Unschuld 
Frank H. Uriell 
Charles S. Vrtis 
John J. Waldron 
Joseph E. Wallace 

D. G. Wetteraurer 
Frank J. Wetzel 
Frank M. Whiston 
Elmer J. Whitry 
A. J. Wilkins 
Eugene R. Zacher 

E. Zegers 



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A wide variety . . . 

of activities keep the members of the 
PARENTS ASSOCIATES OF LOYOLA con- 
stantly on the run . . . founded in 1957 to help 
interest promising high school seniors in 
Loyola . . . 

A threefold program punctuates the year 
. . . the social program includes a reception for 
freshman parents, a Christmas party, and a 
dinner party in April . . . the fund-raising drive 
helps to raise faculty salaries and Loyola's level 
of education . . . the admissions program calls 
for personal contact with prospective Loyolans 
. . . helping to fill the University's classrooms 
with able scholars. 



Standing: Mr. Raymond Bilodeau, Mr. Ellsworth Finnell, Mr. Joseph Farrell, Mr. Gerald Pierce, 
Mr. Bernhard Pallasch, Mr. William Buhl, Mr. William Harper, Mr. Joseph Hayes, Mr. John 
McCarthy, Mr. J. Arthur McGinnis. Seated: Mrs. Marge Bilodeau, Mrs. Ann Finnell, Mrs. 
Evelyn Farrell, Mrs. Genevieve Pierce, Mrs. Catherine McCarthy, Mrs. Magdalene Pallasch, 
Mrs. Helen Buhl, Mrs. Julia Harper, Mrs. Hannah McCarthy, Mrs. Catherine McGinnis. 

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In close contact . . . 

with the Parents Associates of Loyola 
is SAL, the STUDENTS ASSOCIATES OF 

LOYOLA ... a group of students who serve 
the University through personal contact with 
promising high school seniors . . . 

From a small beginning SAL has grown 
to encompass the whole undergraduate Uni- 
versity . . . the Executive Committee contains 
representatives from fraternities, sororities, 
independents, and academic societies on both 
campuses . . . the scope was greatly increased 
by including the residents of both the men's 
and the women's dormitories. 



Standing: Ches Lockwood, Sandy Weinstein, Bill Morris, Dennis Zbylot, Chuck Owen, Jeanette 
Caruso, Bob Gordon, Mariann Henry, Peggy O'Hara, Bob Walavich, Jill Zderadicka. Seated: 
Sharon Genelly, Bill Schmidt. 






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Chairman 



John J. Waldron 
Vice-Chairman 



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Your influence on tomorrow' 

sums up the aim of the ESTATE PLANN- 
ING COMMITTEE ... an association of out- 
standing attorneys and accountants under the 
direction of Mr. Thomas Sanders, Director of 
Development . . . 



The Committee offers a variety of plans 
designed to benefit the University including 
gifts, trusts, scholarships, buildings, professor- 
ships, research projects, and cultural activities 
... all aimed at the goal of increasing the 
quality of education at Loyola. 





Alexonder Eulenberg 



Morris I. Liebman 



Clair W. Furlong 
Frank D. Mayer 






John P. Goedert 
John P. McGoorty 



William K. Traynor 










Chorles H. Kellstadt 
Chairman 




Robert W. Galvin 





John M. Joyce Sr. 




Charles C. Kerwin 



John R. Lewis 



The growing number . . . 

of acceptable applicants to Loyola's Stritch 
School of Medicine is rapidly overflowing the 
school's Chicago campus ... a group of out- 
standing businessmen was formed to raise 
funds for a new center . . . the MEDICAL 
CENTER COUNCIL is moving with the 
rapidity and efficiency typical of its members 
to raise the funds needed for the new center 
in Maywood. 





Mrs. Frank J. Lewis 



Joseph E. Merrion 



Fred B. Snite 





Michael R. Notaro 




John F. Smith Jr. 



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The Alumni will not . . . 

lose contact with the University . . . only 
two years old but going strong, the ALUMNI 
COUNCIL has taken steps to keep Loyola's 
graduates in contact with the University and 
their former classmates . . . notable efforts 
include an Alumni Newsletter and the highly 
successful Alumni Day . . . 

The Council has succeeded in advising the 
alumni on how they may be of service to the 
University long after they have completed their 
education. 








Edward W. Dunne 



Monica T. Haffler 




Timothy J. Connelly 






Norton O'Meara 



Winifred O'Toole 



Fred Sextro 



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John L. Keeley 





Robert C. Keenon 



John J. Waldron 







Theodore E. Smart 



Carl J. Madda, D.D.S. 



Raymond H. Conley, M.D. 



Raymond R. Ganey 







Joseph S. Kearney Sr. 



Frank J. Hogan Jr. 



William M. Gibbons 



A. J. Bremner 



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




Conducting a series . . . 

of informative discussions and seminars in 
Chicago's high schools during the year, Rev. 
John C. Malloy, Dean of Admissions, scouts 
scholastic talent for Loyola . . . 

On the OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS depends 
the academic quality of the student body . . . 
Father Malloy and staff evaluate credentials 
of all prospective Loyolans, as well as attracting 
top ranking students . . . 

Both Loyola students and Loyola faculty 
members aid in presenting the Loyola seminars 
for high schools. 




John E. Hannan 
Assistant to the Dean 



Thomas J. Dyba 
Assistant to the Dean 



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Student Counselors 




REV. LESTER EVETT, S.J. 




REV. RALPH TALKIN, S.J. 




REV. J. DONALD HAYES, S.J. 




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REV. MARK HURTUBISE, S.J. 



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HARRY L. McCLOSKEY 
Dean of Students 






GEORGE KOLLINTZAS 
Assistant Dean of Students 




JOAN STEINBRECKER 
Assistant Dean of Women 



MARIETTE LeBLANC 
Dean of Women 




EILEEN WALSH 
Director of Housing 



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The advising and supervising . . . 

of all non-academic student life is the task 
of the OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS 

. . . represented on both campuses, the Dean's 
Office is always available for consultation . . . 

Varied in the scope of its duties . . . parties, 
dances, club meetings, fraternity, and sorority 
meetings, basketball trips, and many lectures 
and concerts are but a few of the functions 
over which it supervises . . . 

Student housing is also handled through 
the Dean's Office ... a function rapidly rising 
in importance with increased enrollment . . . 

The Committee on Student Activities and 
Welfare gives advice and makes recommenda- 
tions . . . and often initiates policies which are 
put into action by the Dean's Office. 



Walter Block, Assistant to the Dean 
of Students, aids in counseling and 
administrative duties. 




The Student Activities and Welfare Committee. Standing: Rev. J. Donald Roll, S. J., Richard 
Kusek, Rev. Carl Burlage, S. J. Seated: Angela Del Vecchio, Harry L. McCloskey, Mariette 
LeBlanc, Rev. Joseph Small, S. J. 



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Most students come . . . 

into contact with only a small number of 
the many people needed to carry on the ad- 
ministrative functions of the University . . . the 
majority of the ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

have no direct contact with the student body, 
although their influence is often indirectly 
felt . . . 

To present them all would take a book in 
itself . . . and all deserve mention ... a few 
are presented here . . . representative of the 
scope of their activities. 




RICHARD A. BARRY 
Director of Public Relations 





EDWARD ENGEL 

Assistant to the Director of 

Alumni Relations 



THOMAS R. SANDERS 
Director of Development 



JAMES W. SASSEN 
Director of Alumni Relations 



ROBERT A. DAMERON 

Assistant Director of Public 

Relations 



ELIZABETH McCANN 
Registrar 







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MARY MANZKE 
Examiner of Credentials 



JAMES L. ANDERSON 
Administrative Assistant to the President 





WILLIAM P. MALONEY 

Director of Development 

Stritch School of Medicine 



FRANCES M. STUHMILLER 
Secretary to the President 



MARGUERITE S. DRURY 
Secretary to Mr. Hawkins 



ROBERTA A. KLOVSTAD 
Secretary to Mr. Conroyd 































































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Lake Shore Library Staff. Standing: Ursula Vogeler, Beatrice Gift, James Cox, Horace Gray, 
Dorothy Cox. Seated: Genevieve Delana, Mary McGrath, Mary Davis, Eleanor Kennedy, Yvonne 
Da mien 




JAMES C. COX 
Director of Libraries 



Lewis Towers Library Staff. Emil Basiuk, 
Violet Bilick, Donna Marlin, Christine Sa- 
letta, Nancy McNichols, Dan deBarbieri. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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Standing: Dave Mellady, Martin Lane, George Sullivan, Keith Cook, Dean Sorenson, Jerry 
Blassage, James Fletcher, Eileen Long, George Lang, Barbara Juskiewicz. Seated: James Hill, 
John Rapp, Joseph Wcislo, Frank Cihlar, Barbara Huspen, Dennis Hillenbrand. 




Indispensable liaison . . . 

between the student body and the faculty 
and administration is the LOYOLA UNION . . . 
also promotes unity and cohesion among the 
various colleges of Loyola . . . Administers and 
directs major projects and events of student 
body . . . 

The Union Board is the governing body . . . 
has delegates from each college and from 
various student groups . . . From among its 
members Board elects Chairman, Vice-Chair- 
man, and Secretary-Treasurer. 

Loyola Union sponsors Freshman Welcome 
Week, Miss Loyola Contest, Pow-Wow Week, 
University Weekend, Senior Week, and the 
Leadership Workshops . . . this year began a 
Fine Arts program . . . kick-off was Jazz Con- 
cert and Dance featuring Woody Herman and 
his "Thundering Herd." Fourpart lecture- 
demonstration Jazz series followed. 



GEORGE N. KOLLINTZAS 
Director 



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FRANK CIHLAR 
Chairman 




JOSEPH WCISLO 
Vice-Chairman 




DENNIS HILLENBRAND 
Secretary 



Leadership Workshops ore 
held frequently under the di- 
rection of the Board. 




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The Arts Council. Ron Veselsky, Trea- 
surer; Judy Brandt, Secretary; Thomas 
Durkin, President; John Van Bramer, 
Vice-President. 




The academic, social, and 
judicial . . . 

functions of the more than three thousand 
students in the College of Arts and Sciences 
are the responsibility of the ARTS COUNCIL 
. . . composed of the president and vice-presi- 
dent of each class, plus a president, vice-presi- 
dent, secretary, and treasurer elected at large 
. . . the Arts Council assumes the task of co- 
ordination of most student activities . . . 

Working through a newly established Com- 
mittee system . . . the Council has extended its 
responsibility into the area of Community wel- 
fare . . . thus helping to make the student body 
aware that its obligations extend beyond cam- 
pus confines. 



Senior Class Officers. Dennis Casty, 
Vice-President; Thomas Rhodenbaugh, 
President. 



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Junior Class Officers. Thomas Liske, Vice- 
President; Mary Corr, President. 



Sophomore Class Officers. Michael Berman, 
Vice-President; Joseph Walsh, President. 











Freshman Class Officers. Dave Williams, Vice- 
President; Jack Donahue, President. 



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Business Administration Council. Standing: 
Max Jarmoc, secretary; Kent Freundt, trea- 
surer. Seated: Stephen Cox, president; Dean 
J. Raymond Sheriff, moderator; James Car- 
ey, vice-president. 



To bring about . . . 

more effective communication between fac- 
ulty and students has been a major aim of the 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL . . . 

founded to unite all students in the School of 
Business Administration . . . 

The Council is composed of the class of- 
ficers . . . senior, junior, sophomore, and fresh- 
man class Presidents serve as President, Vice- 
President, Secretary and Treasurer respective- 
ly . . . 

The Council, through wise and extensive 
use of publicity, generally promotes wide parti- 
cipation in its activities . . . thereby developing 
a strong sense of School unity . . . and making 
the projects it undertakes highly successful. 



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Senior Class Officers. Stanle/ Kubacki, secretary-treasurer; Stephen 
Cox, president; Dennis Kozlowski, vice-president. 



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Sophomore Class Officers. Kent Freundt, president; Louis Llorca, 
vice-president; Robert Bernowski, secretary-treasurer. 





Junior Class Officers. James Rappel, secretory-treasurer; 

James Carey, president; James Finan, vice-president. 



Freshman Closs Officers. Walter Roth, secretary-treasurer; Max 
Jarmoc, president; Paul Jaske, vice-president. 




A high degree . . . 

of participation in University activities is 
only one of the functions of the NURSING 
COUNCIL . . . the organization designed to 
unify all the Nursing students at Loyola . . . 

As a recognized Council it participates in 
all phases of student government . . . the Union 
Board benefits from its participation . . . 

Social activities are extensive . . . mixers, 
parties, a Spring prom, a float for Pow Wow, a 
booth at Fair Weekend, and a newspaper cover- 
ing all Nursing activities . . . nor does the 
Council neglect the spiritual and professional 
sides of the Nurses' training. 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing: Carole Wacek, Secretary; 
Marilyn Kulla, Treasurer. Seated: Diane Peiniger, President; Mary- 
Ann Harvey, Vice-President. 

Standing: Sue Sullivan, Carol Kusnierz, Barbara Dane, Eileen Long, Pat O'Rourke, Peggy Mc- 
Donald, Roberta Kehl, Mariann Henry, Carole Wacek, Marilynn Kulla. Seated: Eileen Mul- 
queeney, Diane Peiniger, Mary Cook, Mary Bigongiari. Seated on floor: Vicky Zmudka, Pat 
Byrne, Marcia Stachyra, Pat Miller, Mary Ann Harvey. 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Sue Kolle, Secretory; Pat Miller, Vice- 
President; Mary Cook, President; Marcia Stachyra, Treasurer. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Standing: 
Vicky Zmudka, Vice-President; Eileen MuL 
queeney, President. Seated: Roberta Kehl, Sec- 
retary; Mariann Henry, Treasurer. 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Mary Biogon- 
giar, President; Sue Sullivan, Vice-President; 
Carol Kusnierz, Secretary. 




To establish unity . . . 

between the administration and the student 
body the MEDICAL SCHOOL COUNCIL 

includes representatives from each class, the 
two fraternities, the St. Luke's Guild, and the 
Student AMA . . . extracurricular activities are 
stressed ... to relieve the tremendous pressures 
of study . . . 

Featured in the St. Luke's Day dinner . . . 
a testamonial to outstanding students . . . 

Father John Bieri, S. J. guides the Council. 



Back row: Marilyn Weinberg, Denis Avery, James Boutious, Gabriel Lombard, Fred Whittier, 
Robert Cummings. Front row: Barbara Santucci, Dean Sorenson, Florence Long, Gary Ruoff, 
James Tasto, Robert Lee. 




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The annual sponsor of . . . 

the Winter Formal Dance and the Christ- 
mas Show . . . 

Presides over school elections, fraternity 
rushing and pledgings, and other student acti- 
vities . . THE DENTAL SCHOOL COUNCIL 
also has undertaken projects like the Dental 
School News and the Dental School Choir . . . 

Establishes closer unity among members . . 
develops a broad cultural, social, and moral 
atmosphere. 



Back Row: Jesse Soltysiak, Larry Wiatr, James Evans, Larry Rubin, Paul Neary, Gerry Dusza, 
Frank Celata, Griff Pritchard, Bob Green. Second Row: John Costello, Fred Oswalt, Syl 
Furmanek, Joseph Rossa, Lee Jess, James Annarino. Front Row: Michael Rosinia, William 
Foote, Dennis Hillenbrand, William Dastic, Dr. Richard Stamm, Faculty Moderator. 




291 




Standing: William Quinlan, Lawrence Stanner, Daniel Lamont, President; Jerome Vainisi, 
Michael Leyden. Seated: Dennis Waldeck, William Brandstrader, Treasurer; Robert Coyne, 
Thomas Crisham, Secretary; Roger Kiley. 



The official representative . . . 

of all law students attending Loyola Uni- 
versity is the STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION 

. . . established to aid the student scholastically 
... to give further insight into the legal pro- 
fession ... to represent the students in the 
national body of law students ... to aid the 
social relations of the students . . . 

Affiliated with the American Law Student 
Association . . . the Bar has also cooperated 
with the Chicago Bar Association, the Loyola 
Law Alumni Association, the Chicago Law 
School Association ... a high point is the 
annual Law Day Program conducted on May 1 . 



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Standing: Alberta Bowles, Margaret Dwyer, Paul Lucero, Mary Guidobono. Seated: Rev. Thomas 
Campbell, Paul Stewart, Edward Davis, Dorothy Reith. 



The difficult task . . 

of organizing the students of the School of 
Social Work falls upon the SCHOOL OF SO- 
CIAL WORK COUNCIL . . established to 
bring together men and women whose time 
is divided between studies, social work, and 
in many instances families . . . 

Despite the obstacles the Council still man- 
ages to effectively further its aims in three 
main fields; social, professional, and religious 
. . . lectures, retreats, parties and banquets . . . 

The Council is composed of one student 
from each class . . . meetings are held reg- 
ularly to further its aims. 



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All University College students . . . 

belong to the Student Association of the 
University College . . . from this association the 
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL 

is formed . . . 

Fifteen students are selected by a nomina- 
ting committee . . . ten are elected to the Coun- 
cil .. . these ten select the officers . . 

The Council seeks to interest evening school 
students in extra-curricular activities . . . there- 
by benefiting both the students and the Univer- 
sity . . . 

Two main events mark the year . . . the 
Dean's Coffee Hour . . . designed to bring 
students, especially new students, and adminis- 
tration into informal contact . . . and the Ho- 
nors Banquet ... to recognize outstanding stu- 
dents and graduates . 



Standing: Daniel Croke, president; Jerry Albrecht, William O'Sullivan, James Jacobs. Seated: 
Sheila Dwyer, vice-president; Pat Witt, treasurer; John Ruiz, Alice Jaske, secretary. 




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The largest single . . . 

dormitory, Loyola Hall, is well guided by 
the LOYOLA HALL COUNCIL a body 

elected by the nearly four hundred residents 
of the Hall . . . 

The scope of the Loyola Hall Council is 
large . . . athletics and social functions are 
predominant . . . but the pressure exerted by 
the Council is felt in academic and administra- 
tive circles as well . . . 

The Council master-minds Loyola Hall's 
participation in intramural athletics . . . dances 
and mixers . . . Pow Wow — it has supported a 
successful candidate for "Miss Loyola" for the 
last two years — -always receives extensive sup- 
port . . . 

In addition, campus politics and the relig- 
ious life of its students is not neglected. 



Standing: Tom Murphy, Jerry Blassage, Miles Patterson, Bill Rapp, Pat Kelly, Joe Murawski. 
Seated: Dan Murphy, Jim Larson, Elliott Mason, Bill Schmitt, John Downs. 




295 




Stebler Hall Council: Standing: Penny Rapp, Diane Owens, Mary Kloechner, Mary Tiltgis. 
Seated: Ann Roney, Marge Procyk, Bernadette Atkus, Mrs. Dawson, housemother; Marie 
Dooling, Edwina Nowak. 



Sharon Enderlin and Molly Laxstrom, the two 
Loyola students who are members of the 
judiciary board of St. Joseph's Manor. 



Unity is difficult . . . 

for the four Women's Residence Halls . . . 
Stebler and Chamberlain on Lake Shore, Dela- 
ware downtown, and St. Joseph's Manor some- 
where between both campuses . . . this fact 
lends greater importance to the WOMEN'S 
DORM COUNCILS . . . although each Council 
is primarily concerned with its respective dorm, 
there is a constant exchange of ideas and in- 
formation ... a newsletter keeps all the resi- 
dents informed about items of interest . . . 
the Inter-Hall Council, composed of the offi- 
cers of the individual Hall Councils, is the co- 
ordinating body. 



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Delaware Hall Council: Standing: Nancy Riley, Mary Kay Kapetanovic. Seated: Lynn Grise- 
wald, Marcia Gondek, Mrs. Margaret Barrett, housemother. 



Chamberlain Hall Council: Standing: Marilyn Gayda, Camile Zarantonello. Seated: Marcia 
Stachyra, Terese Makowski, Kathy Bender. 




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Standing: Jim Driscoll, Mike Donohue, Steve Cox, John Conley, Mike Sorvillo, Casper Alessi, 
John Gerding, Barry McCarthy, Joe Lamas, Don Williams, John Martin, John Frantonius, 
Keith Cook. Seated: Tom Blanchfield, Dick Maday, Pat Ryan, Marty O'Grady, President; 
John Schulien, Barry Henning, George Lang. 



Standing: Keith Cook, Secretary; John Frantonius, Treasurer. Seated: 
Marty O'Grady, President; George Kollintzas, Faculty Advisor; John 
Conley, Vice-President. 




Voluntary cooperation . . . 

among the undergraduate fraternities has 
contributed greatly to the successful operation 
of the INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL . . . 

The Council departed from the rule of the 
Union Board in 1958 ... its unique functions 
could not successfully be incorporated into 
the Board's program ... as an independent 
branch of the Student Government organiza- 
tion it has had great success . . . 

The IFC's operations are both regulatory 
and constructive ... its influence covers such 
topics as rushing, pledging, parties, the recog- 
nition of new fraternities ... a rush booklet is 
published by the I FC ... it established its own 
intramural program . . . the IFC Smoker . . . 
various charitable undertakings are also sup- 
ported. 



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Standing: Barbara Chorvat, Kathy Walsh, Fran Subaitis, Miss Joan Steinbrecker, moderator; 
Mary Jane Skvier, Barbara King. Seated: Emmy Lou Mahalak, Bobbie Lenz, Mary O'Brien, 
Raenita Luschek, Pat Brown, Irene Wizniak. 



Standing: Roberta Lenz, President; Mary Jane Skvier, Secretary. 
Seated: Miss Joan Steinbrecker, Moderator; Nancy O'Brien, 
Treasurer. 



Unity is established . . . 

among the sororities on campus through the 
efforts of the INTERSORORITY COUNCIL . . . 

The ISC draws two representatives from 
each sorority ... a president, a secretary, and 
a treasurer are selected from them . . . sup- 
ervision of sorority activities, regulating rush- 
ing and pledging methods, acceptance of new 
sororities come under the ISC . . . 

Greek Week gives the members a chance 
to extol the merits of sorority life ... a hand- 
book is published in conjunction with Greek 
Week . .. the choosing of "Miss Sorority" and 
serenading the Fraternity houses also high- 
light the program. 




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Bob Bileckis, Tom Cusack, Gerry Urbancik, Ray 
Jarecki do house cleaning chores after a party. 



Dick Maday, Ray Jarecki, Tom Cusack, Gerry Urbancik 
admire just one of the many trophies the Alpha Delts 
have collected. 




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Standing: Ray Jarecki, Tom Cusack, Larry Podgorski, Bob Beleckis, Jeff Condon, Bob Juske- 
vich, Dave Musich. Seated: Steve Pietsch, Mike Quinlan, Dick Maday, Tom Riley, Tom 
McGinnis, John Martino, Joe Sevick, Gerry Urbancik. 



Chicago is home . . . 

and Alpha is the chapter for ALPHA 
DELTA GAMMA . . . founded in 1924 by 
fourteen Loyola students . . . this National 
Catholic College fraternity has spread to col- 
leges across the country . . . 

Since 1957 the Alpha Delts at Loyola have 
maintained a fraternity house . . . the focal 
point of all fraternity activities and the Na- 
tional Office of the fraternity . . . 

ADG functions to support University ac- 
tivities, and benefit the social, academic and 
spiritual growth of its brothers . . . Annual 
activities include the Thanksgiving Eve Dance, 
Pow Wow, Orphans' Day, the Loyola Fair, the 
Variety Show, Intramural sports, and all other 
University activities. 



The Alpha Delta pine for that little grass 
shack at the IF Sing. 



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Standing: Robert Rudnick, Secretary; 
Ronald Draghi, Asst. Treasurer; Leslie 
Spinner, Treasurer. Seated: Jon Pave- 
lin, Vice-President; James Rappel, 
President; Robert Blecha, Master of 
Ritual. 





AK Psi's always excellent Variety 
Show act this year spoofed both Old 
Town and City government. 



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60 years young . . . 

and still growing, ALPHA KAPPA PSI, was 

founded as the first national professional com- 
merce fraternity in 1904 . . . the lota chapter 
came to Loyola in 1952 . . . 

A threefold stress . . . academic, profes- 
sional, and social . . . AK Psi unifies students 
of business administration . . . instills good pro- 
fessional attitudes . . . fraternity meetings 
highlight speakers who have distinguished 
themselves in the business world . . . 

Two father and son Communion break- 
fasts, a St. Pat's Day party ... a golf outing 
. . . and a school-wide New Year's Eve party 
are social highlights ... in addition the mem- 
bers undertake an annual research project in 
the business field. 



Top row: Leslie Spinner, Joel Widman, Ronald Draghi, Paul Jakubco, Robert Schmitt, John 
Sherry, Daniel Casey, Douglas Rutherford, Walter Roth, Louis Llorca. Middle row: Keith 
Cook, Mike Duke, Patrick Brannen, Edward Oakey, Patrick Carey, Paul Fischer, Robert 
Kolek, James Clancy, William Egan, John Rossate, Harold Wiaduck, Robert Blecka, Frank 
Mandarino, Edward Fitzgerald, Wiliam Herbert, James Rappel, Robert Rudnick. Seated: James 
Bradford, Robert Boyack, Tom Stephens, Dennis Casty, Jon Pavelin, Jack McCarthy, 
William Morris. 





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Back Row: Jack Rizman, Sheldon Shapiro, Steven Amstein, Scott Shore, Howard Warady, 
Warren Avny, Peter Fogan, Neil Wilner, Herbert Freidman. Second Row: Samuel Baral, 
Evan Goodman, Edward Omens, Michael Bartlett, Paul Ashkenaz, Robert Green, Andrew 
Forman, Louis Sommerfeld. Front Row: Dr. Donald Loiben, Moderator; Steven Sanders, Jack 
Lieberman, Marvin Broder, Bruce Harris, Arnold Moraf, Jeff Bild. 



Don Osten, Arnold Moraf, Warren Avny, Jack 
Rizman, and Ed Omens examine the work of 
President Jack Lieberman (center) in the 
laboratory. 




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Harmon ia, Honor, et Veritas' 

are the guide posts to Alpha Lambda 
Chapter of ALPHA OMEGA national fraternity 
for dental students . . . founded at the Pennsyl- 
vania College of Dental Surgery in 1908 . . . 
the first national Jewish fraternity . . . 

Seeks to unite students of dentistry and in- 
spire them to live up to high standards in their 
profession . . . fraternity boasts 75 national 
chapters in various dental schools throughout 
the country . . . total membership has rocketed 
to over 4,000 . . . Loyola chapter currently en- 
joys the largest membership in its history . . . 
attitude of building and improving prevails . . . 

Alpha Omega stocks its calender with 
smokers, other social events, such as the 
Halloween Dance and the January Dinner 
Dance . . . also sponsors activities of profes- 
sional and cultural appeal, including seminars 
and guest lecturers. 




Some of Alpha Omega's graduating seniors 
meet in the lab. Clockwise from top; Jack 
Lieberman, Don Osten, Arnold Moraf, Warren 
Avny, Jack Rizman. 



Officers: Marvin Broder, Secretary; Bruce 
Harris, Treasurer; Jack Lieberman, President; 
Steve Sanders, Vice-President; Dr. Donold 
Loiben, Chapter Deputy. 




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Alpha Tau Delta's Installation of Alumnae 
chapter officers and members: Mary Jane 
Skvier, Barbara Miedzianowski, Alberta Luko- 
witz, Mary Mulcahy, Jacqueline Gorka (Nation- 
al President of Alpha Tau Delta), Virginia Stiff 
(new president of Alumnae chapter), Catherine 
Monco, Joan Herzog, Barbara Lemley, Adrienne 
Sanchez, and Charlotte Popp. 






Standing: Eileen Long, Junior Social Chairman; Arlene 
Blinkhorn, Senior Social Chairman; Carol Wacek, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Janice Majka, Historian. Seated: Mary 
Ellen Imlay, Recording Secretary; Nancy Kerrigan, Vice- 
President; Mary Jane Skvier, President; Charlotte Popp, 
Treasurer; Beth Ford, Custodian. Seated on floor: Mary 
Ann Harvey, Editor; Barbara Dane, Pledge Marshall; 
Maryann Slivka, Pledge Mistress. 




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Standing: Barbara King, Sally Brozenec, Darlene Majka, Marie Mabey, Mary Jane Skvier, 
Sue Kolle, Eileen Long, Chris Vallee, Mary Ann Harvey. Seated: Pat Topping, Donna Clutter- 
buck, Janice Majka, Georgia McNamaro, Mary Ann Slivka, Colleen Fox. Seated on floor: Judy 
Rees, Charlotte Popp, Mary Jo Frontczak, Arlene Blinkhorn. 



It's a mistake . . . 

to call ALPHA TAU DELTA a sorority . . . 
technically it is a national fraternity for wo- 
men in nursing . . . 

From its founding in 1957 the Xi chapter 
at Loyola has sustained a pace of activities 
which would exhaust any fraternity . . . 

Orientation and Greek Week find ATD 
members on the front line of activity . . . they 
sponsor their own Mixer, "The Gimmick", and 
participate in the IF Sing . . . Pow Wow always 
finds an ATD float in contention for a trophy 
. . . the Variety Show is sparked by an act . . . 
the Fair by a booth . . . dinners, Communion 
Breakfasts, parties and a formal ball round out 
activities. 



Standing: Rosemary Prow, Barbara Dane, Judy Peterson, Beth Ford, 
Joanne Sacomano, Carol Wacek, Jill Zderadicka. Seated: Mary 
Ellen Imlay, Ann Roney, Susan Middleton, Nancy Kerrigan. Seated 
on floor: Vicki Tammen, Mary Rita Miller, Judy Van Klaveren. 




Bock row: Elaine Gonsior, Vice-pres.; Naomi 
Sideil, Chaplain; Natalie Ruffolo, Corr. Sec. 
Front row: Mary Anne Brooks, Treas.; Carolyn 
Schuttler, Pledge Mistress; Fran Subaitis, 
Historian; Barbara Juskiewicz, Pres.; Kathy 
Walsh, I.S.C. representative. 





Standing: Betty Sundberg, Naomi Sideil, Sharon 
Panfil, Natalie Ruffolo, Marlene Giusti, Kothy 
Walsh, Sue Oakes, Pauline Ziemba, Mory Corr. 
Seated: Karen Torme, Marilyn Faford, Andrea 
Longo, Mary Michiels, Maggie Hippler, Marilyn 
Norek, Valentine Valient, Alice Pirelli. 



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For the ugly man . . . 

CHI THETA UPSILON provides a means 
to capitalize on his looks . . . the sisters par- 
ticipate in varied student activities . . . this 
year captured both Ugly Man trophies . . . 

Numbering about thirty active members, 
Chi Theta is active in all university functions 
from Pow Wow Weekend to the Variety Show 
. . . makes itself felt in SAL . . . the IFC Sing . . . 
the Float Parade . . . Rush Week . . .the Fair . . . 

Only six years old, Chi Theta was the first 
social sorority to spread to both campuses . . . 
provides a lasting bond of friendship among 
its sisters through Charity Day, the Mother- 
Daughter Communion Breakfast, and the pres- 
entation of the Ignatian and Aquinas awards 
for outstanding achievement. 



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Standing: Cindy Tischner, Kothy Swieton, Jackie Gurga, Joan Mills, Jean Lawlor, Pat Rand, 
Sue Lynch, Carolyn Schuttler, Mary Anne Brooks, Elaine Gonsior. Seated: Barbara Juskiewicz, 
Fran Subaitis, Mary Ann Kiedrowski, Kitty DeMaio, DeeOn Fiedor, Jacque Melvin, Dawn 
Engle, Mary Jane Waldron. 







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Back row: Bob Ridgeway, Dick Pena, Jim Patrick, Dan Fuertges, Bill Devlin, Joe Lactone, 
Ray Lang, John Fatini, Bob James, Dick Callahan, Ken Peterson, John Webb, Don Kawane, 
John Klein, Joe Sciarra. Fifth row: Jim Farrage, Chuck Evans, Dave Pulsipher, Earl Hurst, 
Edward Martin, Duane Gunderson, Edward Ryan, Herb Stanton, George LeMire, Terrence 
Danek, Dick Saunders, Dean Skuble, Bob Chavez, Jim Lynott, George Rooney. Fourth row: 
John Vogel, Kent Angerbauer, Ron Doering, Dennis Domork, Hugh Quist, Jerome Libera, 
Dean Ingram, Ernest Dovidio, Lane Harbertson, Rodney Kim. Third row: Ralph Madonna, 
Burton Miller, Dennis Hillenbrand, Don Kurth, John Schmeda, Tsuneo Aoba, Joe Rossa, 
John Cook, Jerry Schoen, Jim Evans, Joe Clawson. Second row: Bill Dastic, John Dollard, 
Garth Brown, Jerome Maurice, Elvis Hunter, Tom Poulakidas, Eugene Ingles, Jim Lowth, 
Jim Hegedus, Mike Guzaldo. Front row: Griff Pritchard, Syl Furmanek, Steve Matokar, 
Hubert Stott, Jesse Soltysiak, Frank lerulli. 



Standing: Joe Rossa, Dennis Domark, Hubert 
Stott, Tom Poulakidas, Dr. Frank Lucatorto, 
John Schmeda, Steve Matokar — all in the 
Dental School's smallest elevator. 





Officers. Back row: Hubert Stott, Frank 
lerulli, Jesse Soltysiak, Ron Doering. Front 
row: Syl Furmanek, Griff Pritchard, Steve 
Matokar. 



There's no place . . . 

like home . . . but for the many members 
of DELTA SIGMA DELTA 710 South Ashland 
is home . . . organized to foster the two-fold 
aims of professionalism and sociability, Delta 
Sigma Delta stresses excellence in Dentistry . . . 
and a well-rounded social calendar . . . 

House parties, a Monte Carlo party, a Sen- 
ior Farewell speak the house . . . 

Since the organization of the Beta chapter 
at Loyola in 1885 Delta Sigma Delta brothers 
have been a mainstay in student organizations 
at the Dental School. 




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Standing: Lou Lagiglia, Art Inda. Seated: Tom 
Blanchfield, Pres.; Larry Schmidt. 




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Back row: Mike Donahue, Joan O'Conner, Ted Lapinski, Joseph Klodzinski, Jack O'Neil, 
Mike Keefe. Second row: Dennis Cipcich, Lou Lagiglia, Don Mastro, Ken Rapaczy, Jim 
Mehl, Art Inda, Tom Blanchfield. Seated: Tom Freborg, Terry Hoskins, Larry Schmidt, Ray 
Hasek, Dennis Manion. 



An equal mixture . . . 

of social and professional activities keeps 
the members of DELTA SIGMA PI well rounded 
. . . established to foster the study of busi- 
ness . . . Delta Sig sponsors lectures and tours 
with professional orientation . . . 

Social activities cover both the fraternity 
and the University . . . bi-monthly parties, 
hay rides, splash parties, dinner dances, com- 
munion breakfasts constitute a few of the 
fraternity affairs . . . Pow Wow, Greek Week, 
intramurals find Delta Sigs in abundance . . . 

Gammi Pi chapter was founded at Loyola 
in 1950 . . . since then it has initiated over 
400 members. 




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Standing: Joan Spicci, Chaplain; Catherine 
Makew, Treas.; Raenita Luscheck, I.S.C. rep.; 
Irma Williams, Secretary. Seated: Roberta 
Lenz, President; Joan Liscorz, Vice-President; 
Mary Mathys, Pledge mistress. 





The Delta Zeta cowboys attempt to co-corral 
a trophy at the IF Sing. 



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The Candlelight Cotillion . . . 

climaxes the active life of the sisters of 
DELTA ZETA CHI ... a life which includes 
Pow Wow, the Fair, Greek Week, the IF Sing . . . 

Although only five years on campus . . . 
Delta Zeta Chi has established its reputation as 
one of the most active sororities on campus . . . 

Emphasis is placed on drawing member- 
ship from both campuses . . . recognizing the 
need for unity and the fact that each campus 
has distinct benefits . . . 

Founding is marked each April by a 
Mother-Daughter Communion Breakfast. 



Standing: Catherine Makew, Alice Ehemann, Irma Williams, Roberta Lenz, Mary Nekola, 
Patricia Radzik. Seated: Mary Mathys, Janet Petenek, Kathleen O'Keefe, Joan Spicci, Raenita 
Luscheck, Patricia Grits. On floor: Mary McLennon, Joan Liscarz. 



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The bond of sisterhood . . . 

begins with pledging and lasts a lifetime 
. . . with this ideal KAPPA BETA GAMMA has 

developed a dynamic sorority . . . the Epsilon 
chapter was ten years old this spring. 

A large and active membership participates 
in all University activities . . . Orientation, 
Pow Wow, the Variety Show, Fair Weekend . . . 

Sorority activities also abound . . . two 
formal dances, the Kappa Knight Party, rush- 
ing Teas, a Parent-Daughter Communion 
Breakfast, hayrides . . . charitable activities 
include an Orphans' party during the Christ- 
mas holidays and a stocking fill in conjunc- 
tion with the Illinois Catholic Women's Club. 



Standing: Jean Olesky, Melanie Zittnon, Patricia Brown, Thea Ostrowski, Donna Peltzer, Karen 
McGoldrick, Barbara Kozik, Diane Dillon, Mary Ann Kane, Christine Formanek, Eileen Powlow- 
ski, Christine Stanczak, Charlene Staerk, Irene Wizniak, Cami Winiecki, Barbara Chorvat. 
Seated: Joanne Caruso, Joyce Jaskulski, Rosemary Madeja, Nancy Mullenix, Mary McCarthy, 
Peggy Benson, Carole Baratta, Carol Zmina, Marianne Santucci, Jeanette Caruso. 





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Back row: Joseph O'Connell, E. Lee Cogan, Michael R. 
Leyden, Michael Ford, Robert Sheehan, Vincent Tittle. 
Front row: Thomas Strubbe, Edward Berkson, John 
Kneafsey, Paul Kearney, William Quinlan. 



Officers. Ronald Neubauer, Cleric; Thomas Strubbe, 
Justice; Vincent Tittle, Treasurer. 




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The members carry classwork outside the Law School as they engage in an informal dis- 
cussion with Fr. Hartnett. Left to Right: Frank Petro, Fr. Hartnett, Walter Pyle, Thomas 
Strubbe, Michael Ford, Michael Leyden, Joseph O'Connell. 



Advocati lengendi . . . 

are these aspiring barristers of PHI ALPHA 
DELTA, national law fraternity . . . whose name 
actually comes from the Greek "Philos adel- 
phos" meaning brotherly love . . . 

Member of Loyola's Daniel A. Webster 
Chapter of Phil Alpha Delta encourage one 
another in the rough three-year swim before 
the Bar Exam . . . Fraternity provides social and 
professional contacts . . . medium through 
which to exchange ideas and legal theses . . . 

After graduation, brothers will belong to 
national lawyers group, Phi Alpha Delta 
alumni, composed of men from ninety-five 
chapters across the nation. 



Phi Alpha Delts get a few law pointers from their moderator, Pro- 
fessor Richard V. Carpenter. Left to Right: E. Lee Cogan, Michael 
Strening, Professor Carpenter, Paul Didzerekis. 



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Standing: Paul Schell, Treasurer; Michael 
Lavelle, K. P.; Martin Roach, Secretary. Seated: 
Frederick Whittier, Archon; Richard Hollcraft, 
Vice-President; Leslie Coley, Secretary. 




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Standing: Albert Frank, John Albright, 
Robert Sawicki, Denis Avery, Robert 
Cummings, John Delehant. Seated: 
Theodore Kanel lakes, George Motto, 
George Karrat. 



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The fraternity is old . . . 

the first chapter was established at the Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh's Medical School in 1841 
. . . Dr. L. D. Moorehead, former Dean of 
Loyola's Medical School, while a student 
founded Loyola's chapter of PHI BETA PI . . . 
the Alpha Omega chapter . . . this event is 
marked by the annual Moorehead Lectureship 
of Phi Beta Pi . . . 

The fraternity's house serves many pur- 
poses ... it is home for a majority of the mem- 
bers ... a study hall for all . . . and a gathering 
place for the many social functions which serve 
to relieve the tedium of study. 





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Bock Row: George Karrat, Theodore Kanellokes, Robert Sawicki, Valentino Menis, Denis 
Avery, John Albright, Albert Frank, Arthur Stekly, Leslie Coley. Second Row: Michael Geiss, 
Richard Hollcraft, William Senica, John Fournier, George Motto, Terrence Cook, Robert 
Cummings, John Delehant, John Bellucci, Steven Berman, Leo Wrona, John Hubanks, Ronald 
Draur, Lawrence Mazzarella. Third Row: Ronald Schmutzer, Michael Stevens, William Shorelis, 
Terrence Denman, Martin Roach, Paul Schell, John Bruno, Edward Fisher, Fourth Row: Michael 
Lavelle, Edward Hobart, Kenneth Judy, John Ward, Anthony Rippo, Samuel Delisi, Dean 
Sorensen, Gary Ruoff, Robert Sladek. Front Row: John Cronin, Frederick Whittier, Paul 
Mahoney, LeRoy Smith, Richard Thorne, Salvador Rinella. 




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Officers. Standing: Joseph Flynn, Frank Bar- 
nett, Curtis Kurtz, Ray Hurm. Seated: Edward 
Vogel, James Migala. 



Back Row: Jim Lewis, Jim Migala, Eric Ritterhoff, Fred Littzinger, Gerry Bresnan, Ken 
Herfkens. Second Row: Ray Hurm, Roger Cleve, Al Brown, Jack Bergen, Cris Stehr, Vidas 
Nemikas, Mike Hughes. Seated: Sal Azzoli, Jim Rettig, Ed McGinn, Dennis Carrol, Don 
Macluso, Jim Boutrous. 




Time out from study and conviviality reigns. 
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As was the case . . . 

with many of Loyola's fraternities which 
are now national, PHI CHI started as a local 
medical fraternity . . . for fifty-eight years it 
has been Phi Sigma . . . 

More than one hundred medical students 
hold membership . . . many of whom live at 
the house at 712 S. Ashland . . . 

The study of medicine is a long, gruelling 
process . . . the members of Phi Chi aim to 
develop a spirit of comradeship . . . the only 
way to survive the rugged medical training. 





Back Row: George Campbell, Jack Hender- 
son, Jack Durbin, Bob Sullivan, Dick Carroll, 
Enzo Sella. Second Row: Dennis Weisbrod, 
Abe Nomura, Veets Alekna, Frank Barnett, 
Carl Rankl, Curtis Kurtz. Seated: Joe Flynn, 
Bill Keenan, Chuck Deitschel, Ed Vogel, 
Gerry Hood, Ray Romanus. 



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It was a busy Christmas for Tom Wegs, Tony Schwegel, and 
John Hayes as they trim the Pi Alphs' tree. 



Standing: Chuck Owen, secretary; Frank Baukert, 
treasurer; Gene Muskus, pledgemaster. Seated: 
Pat Ryan, president; Bill Schwind, vice-president. 







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Back Row: Terry Moritz, Bill Schwind, Mike Burns, John Hayes, Tom Wegs, Chuck Owen. 
Middle Row: Denny Amaturo, Frank Baukert, Tony Schwegel, Pat Hughes. Seated: Pat 
Ryan, Gene Muskus, Mike Auriene. 



Funds were needed . . . 

in 1924 to build Madonna Delia Strada, 
the magnificent chapel in Lake Shore Campus 
. . . Fr. James J. Mertz, S.J. formed a group of 
students to help him raise the money . . . thus 
PI ALPHA LAMBDA was founded . . 

Still going strong ... Pi Alpha Lambda is a 
prominent force on campus . . . one of the larg- 
est locals ... its members participate in 
many University functions . . . collectively the 
members form a major threat in intramural 
athletics . . . participation in Pow Wow and 
the fair have become traditional ... a Com- 
munion Breakfast on Mother's Day and a 
monthly Pi Alph Mass help to bring a spir- 
itual force into the lives of its members. 




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Standing: Mike Armao, Ron Moses, Pat Hal- 
linan, Frank Marsico, Frank Foerner. Seated: 
Casper Alessi, Den Bond, Jerry Cerniak, Don 
Williams. 





The Psi Delts' "Side Show" float at Pow Wow. 




Jerry Cerniak, Pat Hallinon, and Don Williams 
polish the Psi Delts' fraternity crest. 



Loyola's youngest . . . 

fraternity is PSI DELTA PHI . . . founded in 
December of 1961, when it first petitioned the 
Inter-Fraternity Council for acceptance . . . 

After brief probation period, Psi Delta Phi 
was accorded full fraternity status and joined 
Loyola's nine other undergraduate social 
fraternities . . . now shares in all aspects of 
Loyola fraternity life . . . 

Without a moment for breath, Psi Delta 
Phi is rushing through negotiations to expand 
into a National . . . brothers hope to add 
chapters at Roosevelt, Colorado U. . . . possibly 
at Marquette and Detroit. 



Casper Alessi, President; Dennis Bond, Secretary; Jerry Cerniak, Treasurer Don Williams, 
IFC Representative. 




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Back Row: Dick Economou, Mark Finn, Harold Soudah, Hugo Bertagni, Patrick Falvey, John 
Bonaguro, Clarence Larkin, Bob Burke, Dennis Zurek, Laurence Wiatr, Dick Van Verst, 
George Olson, David Haas. Second Row: Matt Mardesich, Stan Vogel, Charles Judge, George 
Barabowskyj, Frank Gasior, Eric Hohnwald, Vernon Sanna, Cecil Touchard, Joe Bock, Bill 
Thomas, Gerald DeBruin, Chuck Veith, Glen Bruner, Tom Swierkowski, Jim Brown, Jim 
Stanger. Third Row: Bob Rokos, Charles Schnibben, Dick Zawadzki, William Zizic, Dick 
Shukes, Jim Sellett, Joe Morrissey, Dick Szatkiewicz, Dick Ochwat, Charles Stearns, Jerry 
Fisher, Edward Stabell. Fourth Row: Bob Brandimore, Al Kosel, Bob Polovy, Bob Mendez, 
Glen Schweitzer, Edward Barrelier, Jim Sislo, John Block. Front Row: Mike Rosinia, Phil 
Smith, Dick Bostyan, Jim Annarino, Ed Hubeny, Jim Kwasek, Jim McClugage. 



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Officers. Bock Row: Bob Novotny, Vernon 
Sanna, Joe Bock, Jim Annarino. Front Row: 
Mike Rosinia, Dick Bostyan, Bill Thomas. 





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A charter member . . . 

of the West Side Block of fraternities . . . 
PSI OMEGA, the largest fraternity of the Den- 
tal School, has long owned its house near the 
Medical complex ... a short walk to the 
Dental School . . . 

The scholastic year begins with an Open 
House, a Smoker, and a pledge Banquet . . . 
then the members settle down to the routine 
of study . . . punctuated by various social af- 
fairs .. . 

The members stress mutual aid in studies 
and bonds of friendship which last far beyond 
school years . . . making Psi Omega one of the 
most closely knit fraternities at Loyola. 





John Block, Ed Barrelier, Bob Polovy, Glenn 
Schweitzer, Dick Shukes, Bo Mendez, and 
Jim McClugage study a homework problem 
before their next class. 



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Standing: Donald Dinelli, Thomas Meder, 
Michael Mysleviec, Phil Lombardi, James 
Ozimek. Seated: Croig Miller, Bob Billi- 
rnack, Mary Moroney, Paul Owens, Martin 
O'Grady. 



Standing: Tom Francl, Treasurer; Ted Lack- 
land, Treasurer; Carl Scheribel, Sergeant-at- 
Arms; Ed Knych, Steward; Gerald Smith, 
Alumni Secretary; David Cichy, Alumni Secre- 
tary. Seated: Carl Moore, Secretary; Rev. 
Thomas Munson, S.J., Moderator; John Schul- 
ien, President; Fred Mausolf, Vice-President; 
Tony Kreg, Pledgemaster 




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Standing: Dennis Szymczak, Mike Cullinan, Dan Martinelli, James Farrebl, Daniel Richardson, 
Robert Shearin, Ed Garrett, Dennis Kaiser, Jim Palanchar, Tom Francl. Seated: James Read, 
Al Lubanowski, Guy Schnabel, Louis Bielakowski, Bob Dolce, Ed Bankman, Tom Finnegan. 
Kneeling: Wayne Knieper, Bob Young, Mike Sinsko, Ed Mrozek, Bob Fitt, Mike Garvey. 



One of the fastest . . . 

rising fraternities on campus has been 
SIGMA DELTA PHI established only six 

years ago, it now boasts one of the largest 
memberships of any fraternity on campus . . . 
a new house at 5947 Kenmore . . . and a 
strong group spirit . . . 

The Sigma Delts have come on strong in 
many fields . . . rare is the organization or 
organ of student government which does not 
count them among its members . . . Sigma 
Delts pose a strong threat in all intramural 
competition . . . Pow-Wow always sees a Sigma 
Delt float . . . the Fair contains a booth . . . 
and any campus activity finds willing workers. 




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Officers. Standing: Len Wantuchowicz, Ken 
Anderson, Bob Lydon. Seated: Jeff Torr, Irv 
Motluck. 





Ken Anderson ploys the piano as his fraternity 
brothers prepare to burst forth in song. 



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Night life flourishes . . . 

but of a very different kind than that which 
is evidenced on Rush street bordering Lewis 
Towers . SIGMA LAMBDA BETA, the Uni- 
versity College fraternity, is instrumental in 
promoting academic and social activities in 
the UC . . . 

1 927 is the date on its charter . . . organized 
by a group of undergrad students from Business 
Administration . . . 

Its effects are felt in the University Col- 
lege Student Council, University College Club, 
and the UC branch of SAM . . . cooperating 
with all to bring unity to the College . . . 

Highlights of Sigma Lambda Beta's year 
include the Dean's Coffee Hour and the Gradu- 
ates' Honor Banquet. 



Standing: Bill O'Sullivan, Jeff Tarr, Gerald Albrecht, Irv Motluck, Jeff Roberts, John Mc- 
Cafferty. Seated: Richard Smagur, Stan Stassen, Ken Anderson, Len Wantuchowicz, Bob 
Lydon. 





Officers. Back: James Karowowski, Alumni Sec; 
Pat Cunningham, Treasurer. Front: John 
Martin, Vice Pres; George Lang, Pres. 



Standing: Charles Jindrich, James Karwowski, Ken Klein, John O'Connell, Tom Wanat, Pat 
Cunningham, Don Waddell, Jerry Pierce. Seated: John Mayer, Hank Buhrmann, George Lang, 
John Martin, John Mickus, Fred Todd, Pat O'Keefe. 



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Congeniality is the mood . . . 

of SIGMA PI SOCIAL FRATERNITY, Beta 
Chi Chapter . . . Prior to incorporation into their 
large national, the brothers of Sigma Pi were 
a local fraternity named Phi Mu Chi . . . the 
oldest fraternity on Loyola's campus (since 
1 922) ... 

The brothers believe in solid fun yet base 
their fraternalism on the ancient Greek ideals 
of Pythagorean brotherhood . . . pledging to 
promote Truth, foster Justice, encourage 
Chivalry . . . 

Sigma Pi makes a strong bid for victory 
in intramural football, basketball, and softball 
. . . sponsors a fall open party and lavish Easter 
Orchid Ball — oldest dance in Loyola tradition. 




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Bob Getz, Vice-President; William McNamora, 
Secretary; Barrett Henning, President; John 
Fitzgerald, Pledgemasrer; Art Waddy, Treasur- 
er. 



Bob Getz, Bill McNomara, and Rich McMahon 
check the minutes of the last meeting. 




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Standing: John Fitzgerald, Bob Getz, Richard McMahon, James Conniff, Barrett Henning, 
Art Waddy. Seated: Warren Bracy, William McNarama. 



Starting its fourth . . . 

decade on campus, SIGMA PI ALPHA is 

one of the oldest local fraternities on campus 
... at present counting twenty-five active mem- 
bers and one hundred and fifty alumni, its 
foundations are solidly linked with the growth 
of the University itself . . . 

Though small, Sigma Pi Alpha has been 
an active participant in many campus activi- 
ties . . . the Miss Loyola contest, the Variety 
Show, Fair Weekend, Intramural athletics . . . 
yet they achieved the highest group scholarship 
of any fraternity on campus . . . 

Social activities also play an important part 
in fraternity life . . . ranging from hayrides to 
parties, a formal dance, and Communion 
breakfasts held for active and alumni. 




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Back row: John Driscoll, editor-historian; Ron 
Veselsky, recording scribe; Don Walsh, alumni 
scribe; Ray Wright, corr. scribe; Front row: 
Barry McCarthy, consul; Frank Larkin, vice 
consul; Rich Lang, quaeston; Everett Jackobson, 
custos. 





Standing: Chuck Woodward, Jeff Grossman, 
John Priscoll, Ken Goze, Larry Sfromm, Ed 
Muldoon. Seated: Art Anderson, Bob Nelson, 
Ron Veselsky, Frank Larkin, Barry McCarthy, 
Rich Lang, Bob Conradi. 



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First, first, first . . . 

first to eliminate physical pledging, first 
to buy a fraternity house, first to hire a full 
time housemother, first to inaugurate IFC run 
intramurals ... a few of the accomplishments 
which TAU DELTA PHI boasts . . . 

Tau Eta chapter was established at Loyola 
in the spring of 1950 . . . since then it has 
become involved deeply in campus life . . . 

The sponsoring of a "Miss Loyola" can- 
didate is traditional . . . the Tau Delt home- 
coming float is always in contention for the 
first place trophy . . . the Interfraternity Sing 
is a Tau Delt innovation ... a good showing 
is made in the intramural program . . . 

Tau Eta has received awards from its Na- 
tional for its extra-curricular activities . . . 
also recognition for top scholastic chapter. 



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Standing: Toby Darkins, John Zei, Roy Wright, Don Walsh, Ed Ginnan, Jerry Werderitch, 
Marshall Olech. Seated: Bob Eagle, Dan Berliner, Everett Jacobson, Al Hartstein, Dave Wasser- 
man, Joe Lamas. Seated on floor: Tony Vanella. 



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Not for wealth . . . 

rank, or honor, but for personal worth and 
character" . . . the guiding principle of TAU 
KAPPA EPSILON ... 

Incorporated as Epsilon Kappa chapter in 
1956, the Tekes have risen to a prominent 
place in the University's Greek structure . . . 

Pow Wow float award five consecutive years 
. . . Blue Key Organization of the Year twice 
. . . IFC athletic trophy ... a few of TKE's 
honors . . . 

Tekes also sponsor the Ugly Man Mixer 
and Contest ... St. Patrick's Day Dance . . . 
New Faces Dance . . . and lecture series at the 
house, 6215 N. Kenmore . . . 

Tau Kappa Epsilon has become a leader 
in student activity. 



Standing: Colie Connolly, Terry Durkin, Matt Campbell, Mike Fagan, Pete Hurley, Bob 
Mataya, Jerry Wahl, Ed Jaszczak, James Schneider. Seated: Pat Schmucker, Al Coulolias, 
Drew Trapani', John Blais, Marty Barnicle. 

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Standing: Chuck Cannon, Jim Skorey, George Cenar, Paul Opiela, Don Hehman, Al Landt, 
John Blakemore. Seated: Bob Glowacki, Pat McNamara, Bill Pierce, Joe Redding, Jim 
O'Connor. 



Officers. Standing: John Van Bramer, Secretary; Tom Zimmerman, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms; Stan Schardon, Corresponding Secretary. Seated: Dennis 
Garvey, Chaplain; Dennis Lamping, Associate Member; Fr. Mark Hurtu- 
bise, S.J., Moderator; John Gerding, President. 




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Sorority Life began . . . 

at Loyola University with Upsilon chapter 
of THETA PHI ALPHA sorority in 1943. 

Theta Phi now is the oldest and largest 
Pan-Hellenic sorority on campus . . . important 
ideals are scholarship, leadership, and — most 
of all — friendship . . . chapter's moderator is 
Miss Mary Louise McPartlin . . . chaplain is 
the Reverend Lester Evett, S.J. 

This year girls took part in Freshman 
Orientation Week and Greek Week activities 
. . . won first prize in the Interfraternity Sing 
. . . contributed two nominess to the Miss 
Loyola Contest . . . won first prize in the Co-ed 
Club Cheering Contest to launch the Ramblers 
on the '63-'64 season. 

Theta Phi sponsored "Player-of-the-Night" 
Party after Houston game . . . entered an act 
in the Variety Show . . . made their annual 
closed retreat . . . and climaxed the year with 
their traditional White Rose Ball. 






Standing: Joyce Seidel, recording secretary; 
Margaret Larsen, corresponding secretary; Nan 
O'Brien, ISC representative; Terese Makowski, 
marshal. Seated: Mary Lou Howlett, historian; 
Emmy Lou Mahalak, president; Michael Wa- 
pole, vice-president; Mary Lou Kiley, pledge 
mistress. 




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Standing: Barbara Bilinski, Jackie McQuigg, Sharon Ramljak, Lissa Doman, Terese Makow- 
ski, Pat Smith, Sharon Burke. Seated: Diane Jenkinson, Betty Kutza, Joyce Seidel, Mary Lou 
Kiley, Michaele Wapole, Emmy Lou Mahalak, Nancy O'Brien, Natalie Tessari, Gerry Pacanow- 
ski, Barbara Buren, Seated on floor: Maureen Reilly, Loretta Didzerkis, Eve Friend, Joan 
Heramann, Barbara Jo Chesna, Carole Maggio, Connie Karos, Winnie Boylan. 



Standing: Nan Guinta, Ann Morrissey, Gail O'Hara, Cheryle Schnoebelen, Charlene Parker, 
Diane Erhman, Pat Kett, Sharon King, Maureen Hogan, Sally Jo Bobemac. Seated: Mary 
Lou Howlett, Mary Kay Nash, Bernie Javor, Mary Ann Lynch, Joyce Liput, Donna Garcia, 
Midge Schalke, Kathy Dulude, Marie Dooley. Seated on floor: Nancy Gracyk, Winnie Gill, 
Sheila Haverty, Sandy Weinstein, Carol Knes, Ginny Hopkinson. 



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Paul DeMomenico, John O'Neil, Sam Dickason, 
John Costello, Don Trumfio, and Terry Murphy 
relax at an informal party at the house. 





Fraternity business is a concern of all members. 
Standing: Ralph Delmonico, Paul DeDomenico, 
John Korbakis, Clarence Red, Donald Miller. 
Seated: Gerald Gambia, Dennis Manning, Clif- 
ford Mollsen, John Sullivan, Raymond Dunn, 
Laurence Carlsen. 



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A debt is due . . . 

Lambda Chapter of XI PSI PHI, national 
dental fraternity begun at Loyola in 1930 . 
fraternity has emphasized academic excellence 
. ... many of its members have achieved 
Master's and Ph.D. degrees in oral biological 
studies . . . 

Xi Psi Phi enhances student professional 
life by sponsoring lectures by various dental 
specialists, management experts and fraternity 
executives . . . Xi Psi Phi Quarterly is the con- 
necting link between all chapters . . . gives each 
chapter space to publish news and ex- 
pectations . . . 

Fraternity aims at developing members de- 
voted to their profession their fraternity . . . 
secondly at aiding members in pursuit of their 
professional, cultural and social desires . . . 

House parties, annual golf outing, football 
trip and formal dance are some events slated 
by Xi Psi Phi. 



Bock Row: Barbara Jarabak, Llewellyn Jones, Ralph DelMonico, Phil Milanovich, Jan Golec, 
Kent Duyvejonck, Gerald Heiman, Dick O'Neil, Dennis Manning, Sam Dickason, Bob Noetzel, 
Bob Galloway, Charles Collins, Bernard Cross, Joe Van Cura, David Binotti, Tom Golec. 
Second Row: Ron Hartzer, Bob Mueller, Edward Walsh, Roy Appelgren, John O'Neil, Joseph 
Cappiello, John Costello, Pat Nicosia, Gerald Gambia, John Micka, Paul DeDomenico, Dick 
Towerton, Clifford Mollsen, Steve Svalina, Dick Campbell, Edward Black. Third Row: John 
Korbakis, Dominic Trumfio, John Sullivan, Bob Carter, Laurence Carlsen, Phil LeVoy, Ron 
Isbell. Fourth Row: Joe Matz, Keith Radley, Fred Orendach, Tom Nale, Jim Black, Timothy 
Chatton, Don Fung, Lance Kruse. Front Row: Clarence Red, Raymond Dunn, Dr. John Allison, 
Moderator; Gerry Dusza, Francis Celata, J. Fred Oswalt. 



A Bulwark of Partisan Fans . . . 

for Rambler games, home and away, is 
supplied by LOYOLA HALL . . . spacious red- 
brick dorm for 360 male residents . . . adjacent 
Lake Shore campus . . . 

In recent years, dorm students have thrown 
themselves into student activities as a vigorous 
group . . . close co-operation and friendly cam- 
pus spirit prevails at Loyola Hall . . . 

Girls from far and wide converge on Loyola 
Hall mixers . . . from ivied Rosary, towering 
Mundelein, from distant Barat (even Stebler 
girls from across the street occasionally at- 
tend) . . . 

Sponsoring an Irish lass named Peggy Mc- 
Donald, Loyola Hall copped the Miss Loyola 
contest for the second consecutive year . . . 
makes itself felt in all student competitive 
events . . . especially in IM football. 




Waiting for their dates on Saturday night? 




Dinner, the best attended event sponsored by Loyola Hall. 



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Loyola Hall's ferocious lion sparked the Pow Wow float parade. 



One corner of the lounge is for fun 





another corner is for serious study. 



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The rooms in Loyola Hall take on the person- 
alities of their occupants. 




Phil Nash and Steve Titra man Loyola Hall's 
ever busy front desk. 




The Halloween Party found many strange 
creatures emerge for an evening of fun. 






Sunday dinner finds residents in white shirts and ties. 



Loyola Hall Counselors. Back Row: Walter Knake, Joseph Taylor, John Zielaskiewicz, Lawrence 
McCauley, James Erdmann. Front Row: William Taylor, Rev. Fred Bergewisch, S.J., Rev 
Stanley Tillman, S.J., Rev. Paul Robb, S.J., Rev. Ralph Talkin, S.J. 




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A Kaleidescopic experience . . . 

is the way the girls at DELAWARE HALL 

describe their way of life . . . coeds breeze into 
Delaware from directions of the Four Winds 
. . . battle their way home from LT each day 
through Chicago's own Michigan avenue 
tornadoes . . . 

Sixty some girls make Delaware a real home 
. . . planning parties, building floats, rehears- 
ing acts for Variety Shows . . . and occasionally 
studying ... all just five minutes from Loyola's 
Gold Coast campus . . . 

The four-story building is secure as a Greek 
statue on the corner of Delaware and Seneca. 



Coffee and talk are in order at breakfast. 



Standing: Joan Adams, Anne Byrnes, Pat Smith, Charlene Hopp, Mary Jo Cascio, Martha Lang, 
Nancy Riley. Seated: Barbara Trachel, Carol Castiglione, Cindy Lewis, Mary Ellen Julian, 
Gerry Michalski, Joeann Karibo, Pam Brunner. Kneeling: Margo Bruegge, Marcia Gondeck, 
Donna Boland, Pat Murphy. 




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Standing: Mary Fratus, Katherine Dvorak, Jorie O'Donnell, Kathy Pfau, Joann Pucilo, Lori 
Vacula, Egle Augustus, Mary O'Connell, Cheryl Conner, Jackie Faller, Jody Stearns, Lynoa 
Griswold. Seoted: Penny Riddiford, Diane Ehrman, Sharyn Mekus, Mary Liput, Margaret 
Schalke, Pat Chapman, Jacqueline Stigman. Seated on floor: Cecilia Tomaszkiewicz, Deanna 
Collins, Martha LeFebre, Nancy Lampton, Marguerite Vigil, Dona Garcia, Marge Whalen. 




Not all is study in the library. 



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The most unusual thing . . . 

about STEBLER HALL, women's dorm adja- 
cent Lake Shore Campus, is . . . the food! . . . 
according to informed sources, it's . . . it's . . . 
well. The girls are also in snowball range 
from nearby Loyola Hall, men's dorm. 

Eighty one girls, with Mrs. Dawson as house- 
mother, call the 3-story well-lampooned Rom- 
ansque relic on West Loyola avenue home . . . 
girls share double, triple, or quadruple rooms 

For those leisure hours, there are ping pong 
tables, TV sets . . . and, oh, yes, the telephone. 
Quiet hours (?) are from 8-10 p.m. and from 
1 1 p.m. on. 




The girls from Stebler build a 
Soda Shop for Fair Weekend. 




Just a glimpse of Stebler's Variety 
Show act. 



Stebler Hall Council. Standing: Penny Rapp, Diane Owen, Mary 
Kloechner, Rose Mary Tiltgis. Seated: Ann Roney, Marge Procyk, 
Bernadette Atkus, Mrs. Margaret Barrett, Housemother; Micky 
Dooling, Edwina Nowak. 




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Standing: Bonita Hort, Mary Therese Morriot, Charlene Bogaerts, Marie Biel, Maxine Nunez, 
Susan Kubiak, Bernadette, Atkus, Margaret Procyk, Dorothy Stanek, Karen Dannenhauer, 
Joan Houchin, Lynne Rank, Rose Mary Tiltgis. Seated: Gertrude Fitzpatrick, Mary Kloechner, 
Anita Guzior, Susan Trimble, Jeanne Hinderschied, Mary Ann Kane, Sharon Hannah, Michelle 
Dooling, Anne Rooney, Rita Bartoz. Seated on Floor: Judith Rees, Victoria Tammen, Barbara 
Kniering, Marilyn Faford, Edwina Nowak, Mary Frontzak, Penelope Rapp. 



Top Row: Mary Jane Deinihan, Nina Fitch, Shirleyann Coopmans, Jane Hasbrouck, Suzanne 
Sullivan, Judith Stark, Nancy Para, Maria Basiczynskyj, Jeanette Talso. Second Row: Carolyn 
Schwind, Diane Sulceski, Dona Roehm, Nanette Gendron, Cecile Dickinson, Diane Owen, 
Jane Read, Elizabeth Obert, Misty Dowiatt, Noreen Mysyk, Mary Collins, Patricia Oberle. 
Seated: Margaret Lewickey, Anne Kennedy, Gail Grodoski, Beverly Kopala, Sandra McGary, 
Lila Canning, Donia Geyer, Nancy Bishup, Patricia Smith. Seated on floor: Diane Dahm, 
Constance Lally, Dorothy Dresen, Mary Lynch, Mary Bud ill, Mary Bigongiari, Judith Winslow, 
Kathleen Joseph. 



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Newest and largest . . . 

women's residence at Loyola is CHAMBER- 
LAIN HALL, just off the Lake Shore Campus 
. . . the girls from Chamberlain pride them- 
selves in "All for one and one for all" spirit 
. . . pool their talents at volleyball, biology mid- 
terms, or house projects . . . 

This year Chamberlain girls decorated the 
house for Pow Wow . . . took part in University 
Weekend . . . threw parties . . . sponsored a few 
Sunday afternoon lectures . . . 

Through the new Inter-Hall Council, 
Chamberlain cooperated with the other Loyola 
dormitories . . . also gave its support to Loyola 
Hall contestants for Ugly Man and Miss 
Loyola. 




Biology Students' cats become community pro- 
jects in Chamberlain Hall. 



Back Row: Mari Hirtzel, Mary Grover, Mary Carroll, Pat Merwich, Mary VanBuren, Marilyn 
Gayde, Terese Makowski, Jeanne Lammert, Lyn Ralovsky. Second Row: Donna Eichinger, 
Carol Knes, Marie Mabey, Kathy Tolano, Terry Loda, Mary Schuster, Martha Constantino, 
Carol Sopsic, Roberta Teeling. Seated: Joanne Sheahan, Jean Novak, Susan Kresl, Cindy 
Krol, Jeanne Cosgrove, Veronica Butler, Marcia Stachyra, Rose Marie Zabinski, Joan Devine. 
Kneeling: Nancy Czer, Judy Howald, Ruth Braun, Barbara Wayne, Jeanne Neu, Carol Eheim, 
Mary Ellen Imlay, Nancy Kerrigan. 





Back Row: Janice Geldhof, Joan Cvithovitch, Donna Meilinger, Loretta Rochs, Mary Clabots, 
Beth Homon, Carol Wolfe, Michele Otto, Sandra Schuhrke, Janet Wege. Second Row: 
Sharon Burke, Marilyn Kolanowski, Joan Thinnes, Mary Bolsenga, Peggy Effa, Pat Heany, 
Judy Peterson, Marsha Miller, Camille Zarantonello, Mary Bubness, Anne Voorheis, Sandra 
Wiencik. Seated: Marilyn Engel, Sue Raikovitz, Marie Sullivan, Carolyn Brennan, Rita 
Zimmerman, Kathleen Cleary, Pat Byrne, Sue Birkholz, Ann Tomal, Kathy Bender. Kneeling: 
Judy Noe, Vicky Julian, Gerry Pacanowski, Kathy Riley, Jackie Specht, Olga Velez, 
Mary Vlahos, Judy Rogers, Phyllis Krzyzek, Mary Thegze. 




An unseen television provides diversion. 



Jackie Specht's English theme gets some expert 
criticism from Anne Gambol and Kathy Bender. 



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With staunch determination Chamberlain vows they will produce that elephant. 



Chamberlain's elephant was born in the base- 
ment. 




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A dual-purpose venture . . . 

functioning as both a residence hall and 
as a student run retreat house . . . GONZAGA 
HALL is a completely new concept of Chris- 
tian student living . . . 

The moderator is Fr. J. Donald Hayes, SJ. 
. . . but the student residents order the food, 
pay the bills, cook, perform maintenance duties 
. . . residing at the house during the week . . . 

On weekends the residents move out and 
retreatants move in ... a regular program of 
spiritual exercises fill these weekends . . . 
a spirit of silence fills the halls ... a novel 
experiment which time and again has proven 
its worth to the students. 




Five days a week Gonzaga is a residence hall 
and study is the main concern of its inhabitants. 




During the weekend retreatants fill the house. 



Fr. Hayes, the moderator of Gonzaga, 
discusses the business matters with 
some residents. 



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Both residents and commuters . . . 

is the fate of the residents of ST. JOSEPH'S 
MANOR . . . located approximately half way 
between Lake Shore and Lewis Towers at 2913 
N. Commonwealth . . . 

Part of the recently built St. Joseph Hos- 
pital complex, the Manor is home for forty- 
five Loyola women . . . attending classes on 
both campuses turns the residents into com- 
muters . . . 

The residents must establish their own 
traditions . . . and one which has caught on 
quickly is that of hospitality in their modern 
comfortable home away from home. 



Food was a compulsion for St. Joe's residents. 



Standing: Nancy Davenport, Carol Schiavone. 
Seated: Cecilia Kazak, Marie Overhall, Yvonne 
Smeby, Rita Santogrossi, Beatrice Krippner. 
Seated on floor: Sheri Gonzales. 








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Teresa Schmitz, Vicki Woloski, and Gail Gar- 
rett don't worry about the tree shedding — 
aluminum just doesn't dry out. 



The piano is a gathering place at 
St. Joe's. 




Standing: Marcia Murphy, Carol Forster, Delores Davenport, Jan 
Howe, Sherri Enderlin, Sue Kempfer, Rosario Martinez. Seated: 
Velda Branson, Jeanne Krogh, Kathy Bowers, Carol Devo, Teresa 
Schmitz, Molly Laxtrom. Seated on Floor: Dolores Ruzicka, Mary 
Ryan, Gail Garrett, Vicki Woloski. 





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Are you speaking . . . 

correct French? ... if so, you may be 
eligible for PI DELTA PHI . . . National French 
Honor Society . . . established at Loyola in 
December, 1963 . . . 

A "B" average in French studies for five 
semesters and an overall scholastic average of 
"B" are necessary for consideration for mem- 
bership . . . 

This spring the Society, in conjunction with 
the French consulate, sponsored a French book 
exhibit in Cudahy Library. 



Sister Marie Celeste, Faculty Advisor; M. Rene Allewaert, Cultural 
Attache, French Embassy; Mr. James Cox, Rev. Robert Boucher, S.J. 



James Brophy, Jenny Rardin, M. Rene Allewaert, Timothy Rogus, Chapter President; Gale 
Alwine, Dr. Joseph Yedlika, National President of Pi Delta Phi. 




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Just being average . . . 

is not good enough . . . only the top scholars 
in the University are eligible for membership 
in ALPHA SIGMA NU . . . the national Jesuit 
honor fraternity . . . 

The original chapter was founded in 1915 
. . . Loyola's chapter came into existence in 
1939 . . . one of over thirty Jesuit institutions 
to have such an establishment . . . 

Potential members are nominated by the 
Deans of all colleges in the University . . . pre- 
sent members may also make nominations . . . 
final selection is made by the President of the 
University . . . academic excellence consistent 
with cultural and intellectual service to the 
University are the criteria . . . the elite are 
chosen. 



Standing: Terrence Grace, Frank Cihlar, William Herr, Robert Lydon, Theodore Wierbowski, 
Dr. John Coughlin, Dr. James Rasmusson, Irvin Roger, Wayne Duehn, James Fink. Seated: 
Timothy Rogus, Gerald Mozdzierz, Joseph Wcislo, the late Rev. John Kemp, S.J., Moderator; 
Col. Matthew R. J. Giuffre, William Quinlan, Donald Gavin, Joseph Klodzinski. 





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Excellence in figures . . . 

is the primary criteria for initiation to mem- 
bership in BETA ALPHA PSI, national honorary 
accounting fraternity . . . members must show 
high scholastic in general business subjects as 
well as accounting courses . . . 

The fraternity serves its members by keep- 
ing them abreast of the latest methods and 
techniques in accounting . . . lectures are a 
primary way of serving this end ... a news- 
letter is used to explain accounting principles 
in detail . . . 

Beta lota chapter was founded at Loyola 
in November, 1960. 



Standing: Ed Joyce, Secretary; Ted Wierbowski, President. Seated: 
Vincent Villinski, Treasurer; Bill White, Vice-President. 



Standing: Ed Fitzgerald, Edward Joyce, Ted Wierbowski, Vincent Villinski, Ronald Haines, 
Robert Brach. Seated: Phillip Gucciardo, Thomas Kodosky, William White, Lawrence Call, 
Dr. Robert Meier, Moderator. 




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Only the top . . . 

ten per cent of the Senior class and the 
top five per cent of the Junior class of the 
School of Business Administration are eligible 
for membership in BETA GAMMA SIGMA . . . 
the National Honorary Commerce fraternity 
founded at Loyola in 1962 by Dr. Raymond 
Mayer . . . 

Represented on every Big Ten campus, Beta 
Gamma Sigma purposely keeps its membership 
requirements high . . . feeling that top Com- 
merce students should be given adequate 
recognition. 



Standing: Dr. Theodosi Mogilnitsky, Dr. Raymond Mayer, J. Raymond Sheriff, John Jozwiak. 
Seated: Joseph Klodzinski, Theodore A. Wierbowski, Joseph Lewand. 




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Five people . . . 

can make a real solid organization, as in 
DELTA SIGMA RHO — TAU KAPPA ALPHA 
NATIONAL HONORARY FORENSIC FRA- 
TERNITY ... big name, small group . . . Mod- 
erated by Mr. Donald Stinson, chairman of 
Loyola's Department of Speech and Drama . . . 

Just recently, the old Delta Sigma Rho 
merged with Tau Kappa Alpha (both national 
forensic societies) to form the largest national 
in the nation . . . Delta Sigma Rho had been the 
oldest forensic fraternity in the U. S. 

Only five Loyolans now are members . . . 
Chapter also has faculty members in Mr. Stin- 
son himself, Rev. Robert Hartnett, S. J., Miss 
Elaine Koprowki, and Miss Pearl Heffron . . . 

Mr. Stinson was responsible for installing 
the Loyola chapter in 1960 . . . Ever since, 
young debaters vie for the honor of being in- 
vited to pledge. Student must be in the upper 
one-third of his class and be unusually active 
in speech and debating to be accepted. 



Officers. Standing: Jerome Woynerowski, James Fletcher, Mr. Donald 
Stinson, Moderator. Seated: Elaine Koprowski, Warren Bracy, Nancy Prete. 




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The only chapter . . . 

of PHI SIGMA TAU established in a Catho- 
lic University was founded at Loyola in 1955 
... a national honor society of philosophy, it 
has several related aims . . . the encourage- 
ment and rewarding of scholarship . . . the pro- 
motion of research and advanced study . . . the 
popularization of philosophy among under- 
graduates . . . 

A nationwide essay contest ... a national 
publication ... an impressive series of guest 
lecturers promote the society's aims ... a "B" 
average for at least three philosophy courses 
is required for consideration for membership. 



Officers: Robert Egan, Georgia Carroll, Robert Bergstrom. 




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You won't find . . . 

a school of journalism anywhere on Loyola's 
campus . . . yet the University is host to several 
noteworthy journalistic efforts . . . Loyola's 
chapter of PI DELTA EPSILON was established 
to give recognition to the people who give their 
time and effort to student publications . . . the 
Loyolan, the Loyola News, and Cadence all will 
figure into the revitalization and expansion of 
Loyola's chapter, which is currently being 
undertaken with great vigor. 



John Gerding, Secretary; Helen Hershinow, 
President; Paul Conarty, Treasurer. 



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Bill Herr, John Gerding, Helen Hershinow, Paul Conarty, Bob Bassi. 





Officers. Standing: Lucile Broadwell, President; Bar- 
bara Riven, Archivist. Seated: Alice McHugh, Vice- 
President: Helen Grace, Treasurer. 



One of the newest . . . 

honorary organizations was established to 
give recognition to outstanding Nursing stu- 
dents . . . SIGMA THETA TAU, Alpha Beta 
chapter, was installed at Loyola in March, 
1963 . . . initiating both current Nursing stu- 
dents and many alumnae deserving of recog- 
nition . . . 

Designed to encourage scholarship among 
student Nurses and a bond of unity between 
the students and alumnae . . . Sigma Theta 
Tau sponsors many cooperative endeavors and 
meetings . . . aims to increase the quality of 
Nursing education. 



Standing: Helen Grace, Lucile Broadwell, Bernice Kleinfall, Norma Kubosh, Barbara Rivan, 
Ruth Ann Brinkman, Alice McHugh, Mary Cook. Seated: Kathy Zelesko, Joan Pruchniak, 
Gladys Kiniery, Monica Haffler, Colette Stack. 



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Members of Blue Key at the annual 
Dance with Fr. John McKenzie, S.J., 
moderator. 



The best all-around . . . 

Students from all schools and colleges of 
the university are invited to pledge BLUE KEY 
NATIONAL HONORARY FRATERNITY each 
year . . . among pledges are outstanding stu- 
dent leaders, the most avid scholars, and those 
who have contributed most generously of their 
time and talents for the betterment of the 
school . . . 

Under the moderation of Rev. John Mc- 
Kenzie, S.J., Blue Key members meet five or 
six times annually to discuss special projects 
. . . They usher at large university functions, 
such as Founders Day . . . Fraternity plans a 
"Great Speakers Program" to start next year 
. . . A.M. Schlessinger, well-known Harvard 
historian, has already accepted an invitation 

On April 1 1 33 Blue Key pledges were in- 
ducted at the initiation dinner in the Grand 
Ballroom of the LaSalle Hotel. Induction was 
followed by a dance and presentation of special 
awards. 




The annual Blue Key Dance, held in honor of newly 
inducted members. 



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Officers: Thomas Marcet, Treasurer; James 
Carey, Vice-President; James Fletcher, Presi- 
dent; Martin Lane, Corresponding Secretary 



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Back Row: Dennis Kozlowski, John Schulien, James Caile, Robert Shearin, William Schaefer, 
Keith Cook, Robert Boyack, Thomas Marcet, James Conniff. Second Row: Lawrence Schmidt, 
Brian McDonnell, Dennis Casty, Martin Mayer, Martin Lane, John Smithwick. Seated: James 
Rappel, Terry Robinson, Thomas Rhodenbaugh, Frank Cihlar, William Herr, James Fletcher. 
Kneeling: Paul Barrett, James Carey, Carl Moore, John Conley, John Martin. 




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Edwina Krol, President; Margie Stacy, Secre- 
tary; Helen Hershinow, Treasurer; Joyce Seidel, 
Vice-president. 




Top row: Miss Mary McPartlin, Diane Peiniger, Connie Stemberk. Second row: Michaele 
Wapole, Jan Aumuller, Sally Jo Bobernac, Helen Hershinow, Miss Mariette LeBlanc, 
Moderator. Third row: Pat Brown, Joyce Seidel, Mary Carr, Sharon Burke, Jeanette Caruso, 
Barbara Chesna. Fourth row: Lois Hlavaty, Gladys Kiniery, Marcia Stachyra, Kathy Ireland, 
Karen Torme, Mary Ann Harvey, Naomi Sidell, Edwina Krol. 



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Loyola's leading women . . . 

are recognized by CIRCUMFERENCE . . . 
founded in 1958 to acknowledge the contri- 
bution of women excelling in scholarship, lead- 
ership, and service . . . 

Membership requirements demand partic- 
ipation in two extra-curricular activities . . . 
two major offices or chairmanships ... at 
least a 2.5 cumulative . . . 

Pledging methods were revised this year 
for all qualified candidates to petition for 
membership . . . recognition of the emerging 
roles of women in campus affairs. 



Standing: Janine Konauka, Phyllis Luback, Nancy Klickman, Peggy McDonald, Barbara Juskie- 
wicz, Georgia McNamara, Mary Jane Skvier. Seated: Barbara Huspen, Ellen Kane, Gail 
Loughery, Mary Kay Neilson, Marge Procyk, Margie Stacy. 




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Loyolan Awards Committee. Standing: Emmet McKune, James 
Fletcher, Robert Rudnick, Chairman. Seated: Ellen Kane, Margaret 
Schneider, Geraldine Wolski, Margaret McDonald. 



Out of the many . . . 

undergraduate students worthy of recogni- 
tion for service and scholarship, the Loyolan 
Awards Committee had the difficult task of 
choosing nine to be recipients of the LOYOLAN 
AWARDS 

Of the many possible recipients these nine 
are representative of the high quality of leader- 
ship and scholarship . . . selected from the 
Senior Classes of Arts, Business, and Nurs- 
ing .. . 

The Awards were presented at the Blue Key 
Dance, held at the LaSalle Hotel. 





EDWINA KROL 
Independent Woman 




THOMAS RHODENBAUGH 
Independent Man 



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STEPHEN COX 
Student Government Man 



DIANE PEINIGER 
Student Government Woman 





IRENE WIZNIAK 
Sorority Woman 



MARTIN O'GRADY 
Fraternity Man 






THOMAS O'HARA 
Athletics 



WILLIAM CLUNE 
Scholarship 



WILLIAM HERR 
Publications 



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ATHLETICS 



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No believer in unlucky numbers . . . George 
Ireland this year vigorously undertook his thir- 
teenth year as Loyola's head basketball coach 
... his fifth as athletic director ... an All- 
American at Notre Dame, his run-and-shoot 
brand of basketball puts high excitement into 
every game the Ramblers play . . . 

Undertaking double duty is Jerry Lyne . . . 
a former letterman under Ireland, he has the 
double-barreled job of assistant coach and 
coach of the successful freshman team . . . 

Loyola grad Al Wagner coached an 11-1 
swimming team this year . . . most valuable 
swimmer in '55 . . . Wagner came from St. 
Phillip to pilot the successful Aqua-Ram- 
blers . . . 



His pride and joy is Tom O'Hara . . . but 
Jerry Weiland is equally proud of the whole 
track team ... a fourteen year veteran at 
Loyola and a former track star himself . . . 
Weiland also has charge of cross country ac- 
tivities . . . 

Another thirteen year man is Charles 
Greenstein ... he combines an active legal 
profession with the coaching of Loyola's bowl- 
ing team . . . founded the Midwest Intercol- 
legiate Bowling Conference to further the 
sport . . . 

John Stevens coaches the golf team ... a 
grad of DePaul Steven's allegiance has been 
with Loyola for six years ... he is also assistant 
pro at the Edgewater Golf Club. 





JERRY LYNE 
Assistant Basketball Coach 



GEORGE IRELAND 

Director of Athletics and 

Head Basketball Coach 





AL WAGNER 
Swimming Coach 



DENNIS McKENNA 
Trainer 





JERRY WEILAND 
Track and Cross-Country Coach 



Fred Kuehl, Assistant Manager and 
John Gabcik, Manager. 



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Manzke ducks as Jim Coleman makes a futile 
stab at the ball in the game against Marshall. 
Perez rushes to aid. 




A rough schedule and a costly injury to 
Vic Rouse failed to dampen the Ramblers' 
spirit ... a 28 game schedule saw the Ramblers 
fall only six times . . . the NCAA was not to be 
ours again . . . but accolades are well deserved 
. . . and special recognition to co-captains Ron 
Miller and Jack Egan, and to Vic Rouse and 
Les Hunter . . . the four seniors who sparked 
the Varsity team for three years . . . four rea- 
sons for the Ramblers three year total of 74 
victories and only 12 losses . . . 

December 2nd marked the opening of the 



season . . . the Ramblers found it open season 
on NORTH DAKOTA ... 92 to 54 .. . almost 
everyone played . . . credit Hunter with 22 
points, 15 rebounds . . . KENT STATE fared no 
better against "The Machine" . . . the Ram- 
blers never faltered . . . Miller had 24 . . . 
1 00 to 59 . . . 

DETROIT came on strong . . . the Ramblers 
came on stronger . . . overtime saw Rouse and 
Egan foul out . . . but the game was LU's . . . 
1 1 3 to 1 08 . . . WESTERN MICHIGAN, sparked 
by Manny Newsome, posed another threat . . . 



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Vic Rouse has the bosket for himself 
as he goes for two against Kent State. 



Les Hunter is just about in orbit 
against Detroit U. 





A mad scramble for the ball during 
the South Dakota game. 




Ron Miller jostles with a crowd of Detroit 
players under the boards, awaiting a rebound. 



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Les Hunter tangles with the cream of Ohio 
Wesleyan as Egan rushes to help. 





the Ramblers' offense stalled . . . Miller, Rouse, 
Wood fouled out . . . but the team held . . . 
105 to 102 . . . 

The Sioux of SOUTH DAKOTA were handi- 
ly scalped . . . used up their time outs trying to 
stop the Rambler's fast break . . . Miller con- 
tributed 31 to the 112 to 68 win . . . OHIO 
WESLEYAN gave the Ramblers an equal bat- 
tle for 13 minutes . . . from then on it was 
completely unequal . . . the Ramblers romped 
to victory ... 91 to 47 . . . 

The Christmas holidays saw the Ramblers 
invade Philadelphia for the Quaker City Tour- 
nament . . . and get unceremoniously dumped 
in the first game by unranked GEORGETOWN 
. . . the Ramblers' 38% from the field was not 
enough to stop the 69 to 58 upset . . . But they 
came back in the consolation games to beat 
NORTHWESTERN 88 to 82 . . . then TEMPLE 
74 to 65 . . . 

The Ramblers started the New Year with 
a bang . . . they tripped up highly touted IN- 



DIANA 105 to 92 in the Stadium . . . Hunter 
had 37 points and 20 rebounds . . . then fouled 
out with 12 minutes to go . . . The Eagle sea- 
son opened on January 4th . . . the Ramblers 
equaled the record for points scored in Alumni 
Gym as they thoroughly trounced MOREHEAD 
STATE ... 127 to 85 .. . MARQUETTE lasted 
for half a game . . . then it was Ramblers all 
the way ... 96 to 80 .. . 

Rouse dislocated a shoulder in practice . . . 
bad news . . . MEMPHIS STATE started the 
trouble . . . dumped the ice-cold Ramblers 83 
to 65 . . . They fared no better against WICHI- 
TA . . height was the key factor . . . LU played 
a rare zone . . . lost 80 to 76 . . . 

The combination was DAYTON to Hunter 
to Miller as the Rouse-less Ramblers took a 
"must" game 70 to 56 . . . Rouse spent 20 
minutes softening up WESTERN MICHIGAN 
. . . his teammates did the rest in fast breaks 
... a 101 to 64 Rambler rout. . . . Hunter out- 
shone the Stadium lights with 36 points as 



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Chuck Wood lofts in two points against Ohio Wesleyan. 



Typical Egan. 




the Ramblers put down IOWA 85 to 71 ... 
WICHITA returned again . . . the jinx held 
... a 65 to 60 loss . . . Morale went up . . . 
for ST. JOHN'S, that is . . . they stung the 
Ramblers 71 to 69 . . . freethrows broke us . . . 

All the Ramblers helped to step on the 
HOUSTON Cougar's tail ... 98 to 68 .. . 
BOWLING GREEN'S Komives was a one man 
team ... 40 points by himself . . . the Ram- 
blers were a 5 man team . . . result? . . . vic- 
tory, 92 to 83 . . . It was a bad start against 
MARQUETTE . . . then Rouse and Hunter got 
control of the boards . . . Miller and Egan took 
over the scoring ... an easy 99 to 81 victory 
. . . The score was tied 12 times in 35 min- 
utes . . . but the Ramblers emerged from their 
gruelling contest with ST LOUIS U. with a 79 
to 66 victory to their credit . . . Ron Miller's 
first tally against MARSHALL came with 7 
seconds gone . . . from there it was a joy ride 
as everyone got into the act . . . Marshall 
tumbled 1 1 7 to 63 . . . 

March 3rd marked the last appearance in 
the Alumni Gym for the big four . . . Egan, 




Eddie Manzke goes through Indiana's defenses 
to start the New Year with two points at the 
Chicago Stadium. 



And more Egan. 



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Jim Coleman loses the ball as Nick Aloi of Bowling Green closes in on it. 



Les Hunter soars as Morehead State's Eagles 
are grounded. 





Big Rich Rochelle works through Western 
Michigan's defenses. 



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Rochelle inadvertently turns the ball 
over to Western Mich. 





Hunter gets an elbow in the face as 
Wichita tries to hold him down. 







Hunter in one of his spectacular re- 
bounds. 



Hunter again, this time going through two of 
Wichita's defenders. 




Season's 



Record 



LOYOLA 
92 
100 
113 



WON 22 LOST 6 

OPPONENT 

North Dakota U 54 

Kent State 59 

Detroit U 108 



105 .... Western Michigan 

112 South Dakota U. 

91 Ohio Wesleyan 



58 

?,8 

74 

105 

127 



Georgetown 
Northwestern 



102 
68 
47 

69* 
82* 



Temple 65* 



Indiana 92 

Morehead State 85 

96 Marquette 80 

65 Memphis State 83 

76 Wichita 80 

70 ... . Dayton 56 

101 Western Michigan 64 

85 Iowa 71 

60 ... Wichita 65 

69 St. John's 71 

98 Houston 68 

92 Bowling Green 83 

99 Marquette 81 

79 St. Louis U 66 

117 Marshall 63 

103 Ohio U 87 

101 Murray State 91*' 

80 University of Michigan 84*' 

100 Kentucky 91*' 

* — Quaker City Tournament 

** — NCAA Tournament 



Ron Miller shoots through the arms of an Iowa Defender. 



Jim Coleman beats Indiana's best to the basket 
and reaps the rewards of his effort. 




Nothing interferes when Les wants a shot. 




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Vic Rouse shoots against Marshall as Ron Miller waits for the rebound which never came. 




Cheerleaders, left to right: Martha LeFebre, Patricia Reynolds, Carolyn Brennan, Margaret 
Howe, Candy Oliver, and Sue Williams. 



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Ron Miller snares a rebound from Stone of 
Marquette. 




Coleman watches as Vic Rouse leaves the floor 
and the Houston defenders for a duce. 



Frank Perez avoids the crowd to tally 
two for the Ramblers against Ohio. 



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Miller, Rouse, Hunter . . . and they left their 
mark on the game . . .a 1 03 to 87 rout of 
OHIO U. . . . Hunter hit 31 . . . cleared the 
boards 15 times . . . 

With NCAA in their hearts the Ramblers 
headed to McGaw Hall in neighboring Evans- 
ton .. . MURRAY STATE gave the powerful 
Ramblers little trouble . . . they walked away 
with a 101 to 91 victory and a ticket to Minn- 
eapolis . . . but on Friday the 13th the hopes 
for a repeat of last year's NCAA sweep were 
dashed by a rugged UNIVERSITY OF MICHI- 
GAN squad ... a close battle down to the 
wire . . . only in the last thirty seconds was 
the 84 to 80 loss sealed . . . the consolation 
game against KENTUCKY saw the Ramblers 
come back . . . hitting the century mark to 
end the season with a 1 00 to 91 victory . . . 

While the NCAA eluded the Ramblers this 
year it was still a fine year . . . the departure 
of four regulars will leave a large void . . . 
but the team has survived other crises . . . 
and their spirit is the spirit of the whole Uni- 
versity. 




High flying Jack Egan clicks 
Ohio Wesleyan. 



for two against 



The Varsity Basketball Team. Back Row: Jack Egan, Co-Captain; Jim Coleman, Chuck Wood, 
Vic Rouse, Les Hunter, Rich Rochelle, Frank Perez, Tom Markey, Ron Miller, Co-Captain; Dan 
Connaughton, Ed Manzke. Front Row: George Ireland, Head Coach; Jerry Lyne, Assistant 
Coach; Dennis McKenna, Trainer; Fred Kuehl, Assistant Manager; John Gabcik, Manager. 




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Looking towards Varsity . . . 

status, the LITTLE RAMBLERS, Loyola's 
freshman basketball team, wound up the '63- 
'64 season with a record of nine wins and two 
defeats . . . Only the Capital Federal Blue Chips 
and rugged A.A.U. Jamaco stopped the high- 
scoring, untiring freshman cagers. 

Frosh amassed a total of 940 points for a 
105.0 points per game average to 775 and 
86.1 average for opponents . . . 

Emulating Loyola's 1963 National Cham- 
pions, the little Ramblers often dug in to their 
bag of tricks for fancy passing and fakes . . . 
showed themselves aggressive on defense, es- 
pecially in rebounding . . . 

Next year will tell the tale. 



Joe Borella seems all alone against the Great Lakes squad. 



Some fancy ball-handling goes awry as Les Scott and Clete 
Edmunds try for the save against Great Lakes. 




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A busy fall . . . 



schedule kept the CROSS COUNTRY team 
in peak running condition . . . and the con- 
ditioning paid off . . . 

The first meet saw Northern Illinois U. fall 
to the Harriers 39 to 1 6, a complete rout . . . 
The three-way meet matching Eastern Illinois, 
Illinois Normal and Loyola was not much of 
a contest either . . . Eastern tallied 36, Normal 
38, Loyola 46 . . . The last three way meet 
threatened the Harriers' supremacy . . . but 
"all's well that ends well" ... it ended Wheat- 
on 35, Wayne State 42, Loyola 43 . . . 

The Illinois State Meet and the National 
Federation meet saw Tom O'Hara as the only 
Loyola entrant . . . the trophies on his mantle 
describe the outcomes of both meets. 



Rich Cochran and Tom O'Hara rest during practice. 



The Cross Country Team. Jerome Weiland, Coach; Tom O'Hara, Rich Cochran, Bill 
Lewinski, Dick Bade, Pat Brannigan, Jerry Drozd, Dave Williams, John Kolovich, Bob 
Berry, Robert Ratcliffe, Assistant Coach. 




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It's practically par . . . 

golf when Loyola's linkmen burn up the 
fairways . . . under coach John Stevens, Loy- 
ola's Golf Team stands 6-1 in season play . . . 
has two wins over traditional rival DePaul . . . 

Bob Kane, Bill Orsi, and Mike McGlynn 
pace the squad with handicaps of five or lower 
. . . rounding out the team are Claude Sasso, 
Gordon Dammann, Pete Stansa, and John 
Waidzunas . . . 

This year Loyola hosted the annual tour- 
nament to determine the champion of the Chi- 
cago Intercollegiate Golf Conference . . . which 
includes the U. of Chicago, DePaul, I IT, Roose- 
velt, St. Procopius, Concordia, U. of Illinois 
(Navy Pier), and Loyola. 



The Golf Team. Peter Sranfa, Gordon Bammann, Bill Bracketr, Claude 
Sasso, Bill Leahy, John Waidzunas, Rick Fardy. 




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Five times champion . . . 

of the Midwest Inter-Collegiate Bowling 
Conference is Loyola's BOWLING TEAM . . . 

coached since 1950 by Charles Greenstein . . . 
who helped found the conference in 1948 . . . 

The Rambler bowlers are 20 and 20 for 
the year . . . having won 45 points and lost 43 
. . . they are paced by Ace Kegler Mike Pan- 
zarella with a 192 average . . . also high are Ted 
Lepinski 1 85 . . . Bob Lamert, 1 80 . . . Frank 
Lawlor, 175 ... and Bill Waddell, 170 .. . 

Conference company includes DePaul, 
Notre Dame, St. Joseph's in Indiana, and I. IT. 

Loyola finished second in the conference 
this year. 



Coach Chuck Greenstein corrects Mike 
Panzarella's grip. 



Back Row: Bill Waddell, Captain; Ted Lipinski, Chuck Greenstein, Coach; 
Mike Panzarella, Ron Baron. Front Row: Bob Lommert, Frank Lawler, Phil 
Galues, Terry Menten. 



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Coach Wagner gives some kind words of advice. 



Many of the members of the 1963 AAU 
Champion Aqua-Ramblers returned this year 
. . . the new captain was Andy Barry . . . Op- 
timism for an excellent 1963-64 season ran 
high despite the lack of a diver ... a necessary 
adjunct in any meet . . . 

The first challenge was the first annual 
Titan Relays at Wisconsin State University at 
Oshkosh . . . the finmen placed first in a field 
of ten ... led the closest rival, Northern Illi- 
nois, 160-120 . . . took all first except diving 
and the 400-yard free style relay . . . 

The first home meet pitted the Aqua-Ram- 
blers against Illinois (Navy Pier) ... a 61-33 
victory which saw Koehler break records in 
200 medley and 500 freestyle . . . Illinois Nor- 
mal sank next ... a 70-24 rout . . . each win- 
ning performance by the finmen was a pool 
record . . . Illinois again challenged the Aqua- 
Ramblers . . . this time the boys from Cham- 
paign took the beating . . . 55-30 . . . marked 
the first LU victory over a Big 10 team . . . 



Tom Karels, Al Saalfeld, Heinz Brauner, Dave Musich, 
and Joe Grever pose before the start of practice. 





Standing: Andy Barry, Dave Musich, Heinz Brauner, John Fegan, Ron Koehler, Al Saalfeld. 
Seated: Al Wagner, Coach; Ex Mazwell, Joe Grever, Paul Akers, Ron Mokos, Bill Grohar. 



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Andy Barry, Captain; with Ron Mokos 
and Ron Koehler. 



The team relaxes during the meet with Western Michi- 
gan, 



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Ron Koehler moves in for a steal. 




Andy Barry finds it's a big goal to defend. 



the 400 relay team of Brauner, Musich, 
Feegan, and Maxwell decided the meet with 
North Central ... a 54-41 victory . . . Bowl- 
ing Green fell next . . . 55-38 . . . the finmen 
took 8 firsts in 10 events . . . Koehler starred 
in the 200 medley and the 500 freestyle . . . 
the next victim was Detroit Tech ... an easy 
54-39 victory . . . 

Injuries kept captain Barry out of the meet 
with St. Louis U. . . . the team was down 43-42 
until the relay team captured 6 points and the 
meet . . . 49-43 . . . The University of Wiscon- 
sin (Milwaukee) came on next . . . and went 
home with a 55-39 loss . . . LU took all firsts 
except diving and 400 freestyle . . . Western 
Michigan broke the 9 meet winning streak . . . 
dumped the finmen 56-37 in the Alumni Gym 
. . . LU took only two firsts . . . many pool rec- 
ords fell . . . most to W.M.U. . . . back in form, 
the Aqua-Ramblers smothered Beloit 58-33 
. . . took all firsts except diving and the 100 
freestyle. 

Season's end found the finmen in the Uni- 
versity of Chicago's pool . . . captured the 
Chicago Intercollegiate title with 7 out of 14 
firsts . . . 

The season was highly successful ... 1 1 
wins and only 1 loss ... a mark to swim for 
next year. 



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The Water Polo Team. Phil Lynch, Heinz Brauner, Dave Musich, 
Al Saalfeld, Ron Koehler, Paul Akers, Andy Barry, Joe Peschel. 



Back Row: Ed Maxwell, Ron Koehler, Andy Barry, John Fegan, Heinz Brauner, Dave Musich. 
Seated: Al Wagner, Coach; Al Saalfeld, Ron Mokos, Phil Lynch, Tom Karels, Cezar Froelich, 
Jack Murnane, Bill Grohar. Front Row: Joe Peschel, Paul Akers, Joe Grever. 




And Tom O'Hara? . . . 

... he and the Loyola turfmen are still 
running as the TRACK TEAM posted a success- 
ful season with one outstanding member: Tom 
O'Hara . . . the auburn-haired Loyola miler 
who, on February 13, in Madison Square 
Garden, set a world indoor mile record of 
3:56.6, including a phenomenal 55-second 
final quarter . . . and on March 6 in the 
(hometown) Daily News Relays at Chicago 
Stadium, Tom assailed his old (new?) record 
with a 3:56.4 mile . . . racing down the final 
stretch with the crowd erupting in an ear- 
splitting din . . . 

This summer it's the Toyko Olympics for 
the Irishman from Loyola . . . 

Also coming on strong is Loyola's fine mile- 
relay team of Henry White, Vern Brooks, Jerry 
Drozd, and Bob Brown . . . they bagged a first 
place in the University of Chicago holiday meet 
in January and a second place in the Daily 
News relays ... in other track events Loyola 
is getting stronger . . . High jumper John 
Rupert just missed clearing seven feet on one 
occasion . . . Henry White took a first place 
in the Broad Jump in a University of Michigan 
meet . . . and sophomore Jack Seidler is hurdl- 
ing well, both highes and lows . . . 

Eleven of the 22 men on Loyola's track 
team were freshmen this year . . . their strong 
potential gives track coach Jerry Weiland 
pleasant dreams of a rosy Loyola future. 





Tom O'Hara set the world's record for the mil 
3:56.6, at the New York Athletic Club game 



Assistant Coach Bob Ratcliffe assures Tom 
O'Hara, Russ Kramer, and Dave Williams that 
his stop-watch really is working properly. 




Tom O'Haro, receives the Daily News Trophy for his record-breaking 3:56.4 
Bankers' Mile. A victory in 1965, would make it three in a row for Tom 
and give him the Trophy permanently. 





The championship relay team of Jerry 
Drozd, Henry White, Bob Brown, and Vern 
Brooks. 



John Ruppert displays his high jump form. He holds 
the all time Loyola track team record, 6' 6". 



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John Ruppert pauses before the high jump bar, 
perhaps hoping to clear it as it is set now. 




Jack Seidler and Tom Bremner take the low 
hurdles. 



Part of the Track Team. Standing: Dennis Kane, Tom Bremner, 
Bill Lewinski. Kneeling: George Bird, Tom Guadagno, Dave Williams 
Ed Hunt. 




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Dennis Kane represents Loyola in pole vault competition. 





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Henry White, Jack Seidler, Tom Guadagno, and Ed Hunt work out 
together to pace all four relay team members together. 



The Track Team. Back Row: John Kolovich, Bill Lewinski, Ed Hunt, Dennis Kane, Jerry Drozd, 
Dave Williams, Jack Solbrig, Pat Brannigan, Steve Pietsch, Chester Lockwood. Middle Row: 
George, Bird, John O'Neill, Tom Guadagno, Tom Bremner, Jack Seidler, George Wirteman, 
Boby Berry. Front Row: Jerome Weiland, Head Coach; Bob Brown, Tom O'Hara, Rich Cochran, 
Dick Bade, Robert Ratcliffe, Assistant Coach. 




The athletic elite . . . 

make varsity . . . those of us who are 
good, though less sensational, join in Loyola 
INTRAMURAL SPORTS . . . 

On the Lake Shore gridiron last fall, an 
inspired Snogamo team out-penetrated the 
TKE's in overtime after a tie score in regu- 
lation time . . . For the Snogs the sunshine 
season was unclouded by a single defeat . . . 
For the TKE's the loss was their first . . . Thus, 
the Independent Snogamos secured the school 
championship. 



As the yearbook went to press, the frater- 
nity league featured a three-way tie for first 
between Sigma Pi, Alpha Delta Gamma, and 
Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . the Snogamos led the 
Northern league with Talkins' Falcons just 
behind ... in the Southern league it was the 
Maders (9-0) with a 3-game margin over the 
Challengers. 

Loyola intramurals are moderated by Mr. 
Jerry Lyne, assistant basketball coach . . . 
Marty Kalin is the Student Director. 



Independent All-Stars. Standing: Ron Chudik, Gordon Dammann, Nick Cuban, Denny 
McDonald, Mike Donahue, Pat Lawler. Kneeling: Dick Aschland, Bob Sevesta, Ed Bauern- 
freund, Jim Larsen, Tom Hallett, Mike McCarthy. 




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Fraternity All-Stars. Standing: Ken Kline, Don DiPinto, Jack Smithwick, Ron Draghi, John 
Blakemore, Frank Kerney, Mike Schwinn, Duane Reedy. Kneeling: Jerry Pierce, Tom 
Zimmerman, Hugh Bell, Pat Ryan, Pat Schmucker. 




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Sigma Pi, second in Fraternity Basket- 
ball. Standing: Rey Pana, Larry Pelka, 
Ken Klein, Terry McCarthy, Jerry 
Pierce. Kneeling: Jack O'Connell, Jim 
Serwatka, John Mayer, John Mickus. 




Alpha Delts, third in Fraternity Basket- 
ball. Standing: Hugh Bell, Bruz Hall, 
Terry Hegarty, Jim Porn, Kevin Burke. 
Kneeling: Den Duffy, Jerry Turry, Ray 
Dean, Larry Podgorski, Cliff Peach. 



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Tekes, Fraternity Basketball Champs. 
Standing: Joe Redding, Jack Smith- 
wick, Tom Zimmerman, Stan Schar- 
don. Kneeling: John Frantonius, Bob 
Gordon, Mike Fagan, Marty Barnical. 




Snogamos, Independent Basketball 
Champs. Standing: Hugh Bell, Bruz 
Hall, Bruce Malcolm, Bob Juskevich, 
Roger Prietz. Kneeling: Den Duffy, 
Larry Podgorski, Steve Pietsch. 




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Co-eds are on the loose . . . 

at Loyola due to the sports activity genera- 
ted by the WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL AS- 
SOCIATION . . . which began when women 
were first admitted to the university . . . 

From an almost invisible nucleus, women's 
intramurals has mushroomed into extensive 
programs in volleyball, basketball, badminton, 
tennis, golf, and billiards . . . 



Beginnings have been made in judo and 
fencing . . . group hopes to gain a full semester 
in these two fields. 

In the pool the association offers advanced 
swimming, life-saving, and learn-to-swim 
courses . . . Each year a water show is produced 
to which the public is invited . . . 

The organization promises to develop apace 
with the university for the enjoyment of all 
Loyola coeds. 




Women's Intramurals Board. Standing: Peggy Mc- 
Carthy, Joan Mills, Alice Ehemann, Maritherese 
Marriott, Betty Sundberg. Kneeling: Bobbie Kehl, 
Pat Luetkemeyer, Marilyn Norek. 




The Water Ballet team after practice. 




Women's Intramural Volleyball Champs are: Rita 
Hayes, Mary Tellers, Loraine Corley, Gerry Griffin 
standing; Mary Lou Kiley, Pat Rafferty, Margaret 
May kneeling. 

Horseplay in the pool on Coed gym night. 



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Kothy Mitchell shoots as Marilyn Norek tries to block. Kathy 
Swienton and Anne Moloney await the rebound. 




The intricacies of water ballet take much practice. 



Behind the masks are Lou Bouguennec, Margaret Billings, Sue 
Tracy, and Pat Leutkemeyer. 




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GRADUATE DIRECTORY 



ACKERMANN, GERALD C. 
8548 Sunnyside 
Chicago, Illinois 
SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

ADAMS, JOHN C. 

311 N. 78th Court 

Elmwood Park, III. 

Fine Arts Club 2; SAL 2; Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4. 

ADAMSON, CATHERINE M. 

3830 W. Wilcox 

Chicago, III. 

ANDERSON, TERRY W. 

4845 N. Ravenswood 

Chicago, III. 

AUSA 2; Gold Torch 3,4; Hist. Soc. 3,4; 

Rifle Club 1,2; Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4; 

YR'S 1,2. 

ARNOLD, PATRICK J. 

1 1325 S. Ridgeway 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4; Pol. Sci. Club 2,3,4; 

YD'S 1,2,3,4. 

AUMULLER, JEANETTE M. 

5036 N. Melvina Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2; Hist. 

Soc. 3; Loyola News 1,2; SENA 4. 

BROTHER PIUS BAKER C FA. 

ALEXIAN BROTHERS HOSPITAL 

1200 W. Belden 

Chicago, III. 

SNAI 3,4. 

BAKER, THOMAS F. 
289 Warrington Rd. 
Des Plaines, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2,3,4; YR's 2. 

BALDWIN, MATTHEW S. 
5681 N. Ridge 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2; YD'S 4. 

BANKMANN, EDWARD J. 

3630 N. Troy 

Chicago, III. 

Econ. Finance Soc. 4; Sigma Delta Phi 3,4; 

YD'S 1. 

BARRY, ANDREW B. 

9751 S. Hamilton 

Chicago, III. 

Loyola Men 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4, 

Sec. 4; Pi Alpha Lambda 2,3,4; Swimming 

Team 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4. 

BART, EDMUND P. 

226 N. Parkside 

Chicago, III. 

AUSA 1,2; Bugler 1,2; Drill Team 1,2; 

Econ. Finance Soc. 3.4; Gold Torch 3,4; 

SAM 3,4; Tracer 3; YD'S 1,2. 

BASS. RICHARD M. 
9319 Constance 
Chicago, III. 
Wasmonn Bio. Soc. 3,4. 

BASSI, ROBERT A. 
7245 S. Paulina 
Chicago, III. 
Curtain Guild 2; Fine Arts Club 3,4; 
Gerard M. Hopkins Soc. 3,4; LOYOLA 
NEWS 3,4; Features Editor 4; LOYOLAN 
3; Bd. Com. 4, Co-chamn 4. 

BASTUGA, KENNETH J. 

5642 S. Kilbourn 

Chicago 29, III. 

SAL 3,4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 4. 

BAUZA, JOHN M. 

9239 Ellis 

Chicago 19, III. 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2,3,4. 

BAUR, MARGARET M. 
4904 N. Austin 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2,3,4; Loyola Women 4; Was- 
mann Bio. Soc. 1; Pol. Sci. Club 4. 



BAYLOCK, PATRICIA E. 

1035 E. 65th St. 

Chicago 37, III. 

Code Club 1; Equestrian Club 4; Human 

Relations Club 3; Modern Language Club 

2,3,4; Psychology Club 3,4. 

BELLIPANNI, SYLVIA A. 

2632 N. 78th Ave. 

Elmwood Park, III. 

Hist. Soc. 2,4; Loyola Women 4; Pol. Sci. 

Club 4; SAL 2,4. 

BENKOWSKI, DONALD N. 
2233 N. Leamington 

Chicago 39, III. 

BERCIER, EDWARD J. 

11317 Church St. 

Chicago 43, III. 

Hist. Soc. 1,2; Human Relations Club 3,4; 

Loyola Men 1,2,3,4. 

BERGSTOM, ROBERT F. 

6808 S. Justine 

Chicago 36, III. 

Fine Arts Club 4; Loyolan 3; Loyola News 

3,4, Features Ed. 4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4. 

BERTACCHI, CAROLE L. 
1 445 Kemman 
LaGrange Park, 111. 
Code Club 2; SAL 4. 

BERTUCCI, DONALD T. 
5444 Potomac Avenue 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 1,4; Y.R.'s 1,2; Modern Langu- 
age Club 4; SAL 1,4. 

BIELAKOWSKI, LOUIS 

2238 N. Knox Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Amer. Chem. Soc. 1; AUSA 1,2; Gold 

Torch 3,4; SAL 4; Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4; 

Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4. 

BLANCHFIELD, THOMAS M. 
3830 W. 97th St. 
Evergreen Pork, III. 
Accounting Club 2,3,4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 
3,4; President 4; Junior Guide 3; Gold 
Torch 3,4; SAL 2; Student Council — Bus- 
iness Admin. Vice-president, Junior Class. 

BLASSAGE, GERALD A. 

241 Cedar Street 

Aurora, III. 

Dorm. Council 3,4; Psychology Club 1,3,4; 

Senior Memorial Fund Com. 4; Unior Bd. 

Rep 4; YD's 2,3,4. 

BLINKHORN, ARLENE E. 

3967 Carrie Ave. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Alpha Tau Delta 4; Coed Club 1; SNAI 

2,3; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. 

BLUEMINK, GARY J. 
255 Melvin Ave. 
Racine, Wisconsin 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 

BOCK, JOSEPH F. 
5342 Warner Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Psi Omega 2,3,4. 

BOYACK, ROBERT M. 

550 Kathleen Dr. 

Des Plaines, III. 

Accounting Club 3,4; Alpha Kappa Psi 

2,3,4; Interfraternity Council 2,3. Sec- 

Treas. 3. 

BOYD, KAREN L. 
8141 S. Talman 
Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 3. 

BOYLAN, WINIFRED A. 

1439 N. Larmine 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 2,3; Hist. Society 2; Theta Phi 

Alpha 2,3,4. 



BRACY, WARREN D. 
537 E. 88th PI. 
Chicago, III. 
AUSA 1,2; Gold Torch 3,4; Humon Rela- 
tions 3,4; Debate Soc. 1,2,3,4; United 
World Fed. 3,4, President 4; Hist. Soc. 4; 
IFC 2,3; Delta Sigma Pho 2,3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; Pol. Sci. Club 4; Broadcasting 
Club 4. 

BRANNEN, PATRICK J. 

5757 N. Kingsdale 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Koppa Psi 2,3,4; Blue Key 3,4; 

Freshman Class Sec; Sophomore Class 

Vice-president. 

BRICHETTO, DAVID A., JR. 
4025 N. Kedvale Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

BRINKMAN, RUTH A. 

1408 W. Glenlake Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

C.S.N.C. 4, Vice-pres. 4; Coed Club 1,2; 

Loyola Women 1; SAL 3,4; Sigma Theta 

Tau 4; SNAI 2,3,4; Woman's Intramurals 

2,3,4. 

BRODERICK, DENNIS J. 

7824 Colfax Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 1; Math Club 3,4; Physics Club 

3,4; SAL 3,4; Sigma Pi 2,3,4. 

BROOKER, WALTER L. 

816 W. Union Ave. 

Wheaton, III. 

Dorm Council 2; Math Club 4, President 

4. 

BROWN, PATRICIA L. 
6221 S. Ellis 
Chicago, III. 
Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, 
Membership Chrmn. 3; Vice-president 4; 
Debate Soc. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3; LOYOLA 
NEWS 1,2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2; Gerald 
Manley Hopkins Soc. 1,4; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2,3, 
Publicity Chrmn. 3, ISC Representative 4; 
Lodorians 4. 

BRUNK, THEODORE J. 

7508B N. Ridge 

Chicago, III. 

University College Council 3. 

BUCZEK, JOHN S. 

5556 S. Neenah 

Chicago, III. 

Epsilon Pi Rho 3; Human Relations Club 3, 

Tres. 3; Loyola Men 3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 

3. 

BUHRMANN, HENRY J. 
1886 North Shore Ave. 
DesPlains, III. 
Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4. 

BURIK, NICHOLAS J. 

307 4th Ave. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

BURKE, JAMES A. 

6507 N. Mozart 

Chicago, III. 

Sailing Club 3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4. 

BURKE, JOHN J. 

1045 N. Lorel 

Chicago, III. 

YD's 3. 

BURMEISTER, RICHARD M. 

618 W. 55th Street 

Chicago, III. 

BURRIESCI, NICHOLAS C. 

2049 McGraw Ave. 

New York, New Yorw 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

BUSCHMANN, ROBERT J. 

1918 W. Addison 

Chicago, III. 



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BUSHELL, JAMES R. 

8615 S. Loomis 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 3,4; Human Relations Club 2; 

Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4, pledgemasters 3, 

Secy 4; United World Federalists 4. 

BUSIEL, ROSEMARY 

4615 S. Kemensky 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1,4; Equestrian Club 4; Hist. 

Soc. 1. 

BYRNES, ANNE L. 

308 S. Francisco 

Evergreen Park, III. 

Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc. 1,2,4; Phi Sigma 

Tau 2,3,4. 

CALL, LAWRENCE M. 

1008 Loyola 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 2; Beta Alpha Psi 1; 

CAMPFIELD, MARK K. 

500 Home 

Oak Park, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,4; Modern Language Club 

1. 

CANNON, JOHN P. 
6441 N. Seeley Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Curtain Guild 2. 

CAPUTO, PHILIP J. 

1947 Suffolk 

Westchester, III. 

Cadence 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 4; Gerard 

Hopkins Soc, 2; Loyola News 3, 4; 

CARAHER, FRANCES T. 

829 S. Yyman 

Oak Park, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,4, Treas. 4; Hist. Soc. 3; 

Theta Phi Alpha 3,4. 

CARLSON, JAMES R. 

549 Oak 

Glen Ellyn, III. 

Fine Arts Club 1; Golf Team 2; Human 

Relation Club 3; Tau Delta Phi 2,3, V.P. 

3, Sec. 2,3. 

CAROLLO, JACK R. 

2329 N. Mobile Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Blue Key Leadership Fraternity 4; Loyola 

Historical Society 1,2,3,4; Sigma Delta Phi 

1,2,3,4. 

CARROLL, LAWRENCE A. 
1 659 Westchester 
Westchester, III. 
Econ-Finance Soc 2. 

CARUSO, JEANETTE M. 
1402 Stonegate 
Lagrange, III. 
Circumference 1; Coed Club 1; Epsilon Pi 
Rho 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 1; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 1,2,3,4, Rec. Secretary 4; SAL 
2,3,4, Executive Board 3,4. 

CARUSO, JOANNE T. 
1402 Stonegate 
LaGrange, III. 
Coed Club 1; Eosilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Hist. 
Soc. 1; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Rush 
Chairman 4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4; SAL 
3,4. 

CASTY, DENNIS J. 
5706 Washington Blvd. 
Chicago, III. 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3,4, Social Chairman 4; 
Arts Council 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Econ- 
Finance Soc. 3; Loyola Men 2; Pow Wow 
Week Executive Chairman 4. 

CELATA, FRANCIS A. 
442 Broadway 
Somerville, Mass. 
Dent. School Choir 1,2,3,4; S.A.D.A. 1,2, 
3,4, Treas. 4; St. Appollonia Guild 1,2,3, 
4; Student Council 2,4; Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4, 
V.P. 4. 



CHESNA, BARBARA JO 

4548 W. 65 Place 

Chicago, III. 

Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 

4; SAL 2,3; Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4; 

YD's 1. 

CHIDICHIMO, CARMEN A. 
146 E. Kensington 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4, V.P. 3; Econ- 
Finance Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

CHORVAT, BARBARA A. 
5424 S. Ridgeway 
Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 3,4; Commerce Coed Club 3,4; 
Econ-Finance Soc. 3,4; Kappa Beta Gamma 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; SAL 3,4; SAM 2, Soc. 
Chmn. 2. 

CIASTKO, CAROLYN R. 

347-157 Street 

Calumet City, III. 

Fine Arts Club 4; His. Soc. 2,3,4. 

CIHLAR, FRANK P. 

2648 Grove 

Berwyn, III. 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Jt. Comm. Stu. Fac. 

3; Leadership Workship Comm. 3; Loyola 

Men 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Students 

President Comm. 4; Union Board 3,4, 

Chmn. 4. 

CLIFFORD, ERIN M. 

501 Belmont 

Chicago, III. 

Chi Theta Upsilon 2,3; Coed Club 1,2; 

Glee Club 2; His. Soc. 3,4. 

CLUNE, WILLIAM H. 

349 Downing Road 

Riverside, III. 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; 

Hist. Soc. 1; Loyola Men 2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; 

Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3, Pledgemoster 2. 

CLUTTERBUCK, DONNA T. 

7110 Clyde Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4; Coed Club 1,2; 

SNAI 1,2,4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1; YD's 

1,2. 

COCHRAN, RICHARD J. 

401 S. Buchanan 

Edwardsville, III. 

Cross Country Club 3,4; Monogram Club 

3. 

COCHRAN, VIRGINIA L. 

3501 West 73rd. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 2; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,3; Coed 

Swim Club 3. 

COLEMAN, LEATICE J. 

244 East Pearson 

Chicago, Illinois 

CONARTY, PAUL F. 

5908 North Magnolia 

Chicago, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 3,4; Loyolan 2,3,4, 

Asst. editor 3, Editor 4; Loyolan Awards 

Committee 3, Chmn. 3; Pi Delta Epsilon 

2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pres-Law Club 2. 

CONERTY, PATRICIA E. 

8728 South Honore 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,3. 

CONNERS, MARY ELLEN 
7321 South Merrill 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 3; Intramurals 3,4. 

CONNIFF, JAMES S. 

4845 West End Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Human Relations Club, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 

4; Loyola Men 2,3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; 

Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4, Treas. 3,4. 



CONNOLLY, MARGARET MO 
5126 West Lunt 
Skokie, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 3,4. 

COOK, KEITH E. 

674 Irving Park 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3; I.F.C. 

3,4, Sec'y. 4; Marketing Club 3,4; S.A.L. 

2.3, Chairman 3; Union Board 4. 

BROTHER JOHN L. 

CORREDATO, C.S.V. 

6231 Sheridan Road 

Chicago, Illinois 

CORSO, JOSEPH W. 

120 Pleasant Street 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 3; Phi Sigma Tau 

3,4. 

COSGROVE, JEANNE M. 

1614 High Srteet 

Keokuk, Iowa 

Hist. Soc. 3; Loyola Women 4; YD's 

3.4, Corresponding Sec'y. 3,4. 

COX, STEPHEN J. 
6416 North Glenwood Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 1,2; Alpha Kappa Psi 
1,2,3,4; President 3,4; Blue Key 3,4, 
Sec'y-Treas. 3,4; Bus. Council 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Econ- 
Finance Soc. 1,2,3,4; Fall Frolic 3, Chmn. 
3; Freshman Class Vice-Pres.; Loyola Fair 
2, Treas. 2; Junior Class Pres.; Senior 
Class Pres.; Student President's Committee 
4; Union Board 3. 

CRAMER, STEPHANIE M. 
1 600 Monroe Street 
Evanston, Illinois 
Psychology Club 4. 

CRIVOLIO, AUGUST J. 

1906 South 59th Court 

Cicero, Illinois 

Equestrian Club 1; Fine Arts Club 4; Hist. 

Soc. 1,4; Psychology Club 1,4, Vice-Pres. 

4. 

CROKIN, JEROME P. 

5827 West End Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Marketing Club 3,4; Publicity-Director 4; 

Ski Club 3,4. 

CULLINAN, MICHAEL G. 

1 1041 Windsor 

Westchester, Illinois 

Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 

1. 

CURELO, CAROLINE M. 
2344 South Marshall Blvd. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1. 

CYPHER, CASIMIR M„ O.F.M. 

6039 North Sheridan Road 

Chicago, Illinois 

DALY, CAROLE A. 

8109 S. Oglesby 

Chicago 17, Illinois 

DAVIS, JAMES H. 

2105 Mallery St. 

Flint 4, Mich. 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,3. 

DE MAEYER, THOMAS R. 

6434 N. Sacramento 

Chicago 45, Illinois 

Accounting Club 4; Hist. Soc. 1; YR's 4. 

DEL GIUDICE, ALEXANDER J. 

3722 Kensington Dr. 

Royal Oak, Mich. 

Dorm Council 2,3,4, V.P. 4; Hist. Soc. 1; 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,4; YD's 1,2,3,4. 



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DE MAIO, CAROL A. 

3400 N. Oleonder 

Chicago 34, Illinois 

Chi Theta Upsilon 3,4; Coed Club 2; 

Curtain Guild 1,2; Equestian Soc. 4; Hist. 

Soc. 2. 

DERI, EMMA JANE 

2622 N. Marshfield 

Chicago 14, Illinois 

Coed Club 2; Equestrion Club 4; Hist. 

Soc. 2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

DIENES, MARY ELLEN 
4410 N. Greenview Ave. 
Chicago 40, Illinois 
Debate Soc. 1,2; Fine Arts Club 2,4; 
Loyola News 3,4; Math Club 2; Physics 
Club 1,2; United World Federalists 1,2,3, 
4, Chairman 2; YD's 1,2. 

Dl FONSO, VALERIE D. 

632 S. Lyman Ave. 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Amer. Chem. Soc. 1; Fine Arts Club 2; 

Math Club 4. 

DILGER, RONALD E. 
7621 N. Eastlake Terr. 
Chicago 26, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3,4. 

DONOVAN, JOAN C. 

20 Choate Road 

Park Forest, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2; Hist. Soc. 1,2; Human 

Relations Soc. 2. 

DONOVAN, JOHN J. 

7916. South Ada St. 

Chicago 20, Illinois 

AUSA 1,2,3; Gold Torch 4; SAL 2,3,4. 

DOOLING, MARY A. 

921 Union St. 

Alton, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3; Stebler Hall Council, 

Treasurer 1, President 3,4. 

DUDEK, JOANNE D. 

5244 S. Loomis 

Chicago 9, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 2. 

DURBURG, JOHN R. 

150 N. Mayfield 

Chicago 44, Illinois 

DUNKLEY, GERALDINE M. 

1376 Brown, Apt. 6 

Des Plaines, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2; Human Relations Club 3; 

Hist. Soc. 2. 

DUSZA, GERALD R. 

678 Comstock N.W. 

Warren, Ohio 

Choir 1,2,3,4; St. Appalonia Guild 3,4; 

Student Council 4; Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4, 

President 4. 

DOOLEY, MARIE D. 
314 N. Labtrobe Ave. 
Chicago 44, Illinois 
Coed Club 3,4, Religious Activities Chair- 
man 4; Equestrian Soc. 4; Hist. Soc. 3; 
Senior Gift Fund Committee 4; SAL 3,4; 
Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Philanthropy 
Chairman 3, Membership Chairman 4. 
DUTKA, EDWARD A., JR. 
4111 Archer Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
DVORCHAK, RICHARD J. 
6240 N. Bell 
Chicago 45, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3,4; Track Team 1,2. 
EBERT, PATRICIA M. 
5683 N. Kerbs 
Chicago, Illinois 
Human Relations Club 4; Ski Club 4. 
EGAN, JOHN C. 
6038 S. Fnirfield 
Chicago, Illinois 
Freshman basketball; Varsitv b^skethall 
2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Psi Delta Phi 3,4, 
Sgt. at arms 3,4. 



EGAN, ROBERT J. 
7443 W. 1 19th St. 
Palos Heights, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Bellarmine Phil. Club 
2,3; Blue Key 3,4, Sec. 4; CADENCE 1,2, 
Associate Editor 1,2; Curtain Guild 3,4; 
Dorm Council 1,2; Fine Arts Club 1,2,3,4, 
President 3; Gerald Manley Hopkins Soc. 
1,2,3,4, Vice-president 2, President 3; 
Hist. Soc. 2,3, Tres. 3; LOYOLA NEWS 
1,2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4; YD's 2,3, 
Exe. Board 2,3. 

EGAN, WILLIAM S. 

2108 S. 18th Ave. 

Broadview, Illinois 

Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3,4, Tres. 4. 

ELIAS, LULA D. 

6748 E. End Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Human RelationsClub 3; Modern Language 

Club 2. 

ELMORE, MICHAEL R., C.S.V. 

6231 N. Sheridan 

Chicago, Illinois 

ERICKSON, MICHAEL E. 

2112 W. Addison 

Chicago, Illinois 

Readers' Circle 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 2,3. 

EVANS, JAMES A. 

2734 W. 26th St. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4, Dent. School 

Choir 1; SADA 1,2,3,4, Student Council 

Rep. 3,4; Senior Class President 4; St. 

Apollonia Guild 2,4; Student Council 1,2, 

3,4. 

FABIAN, KENNETH J. 
4422 Brummel 
Skokie, Illinois 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 

FANELLI, THERESA M. 
6618 S. Francisco Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 4; YR's 4. 

FARRELL, GARY E. 

5486 Meadow Oakes 

Jackson, Miss. 

Dorm Council 4; Psychology Club 3,4, Pres. 

3,4. 

FERA, PETER A. 

5117 S. Laramie 

Chicago, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3; Pol. Sci. Club 3,4. 

FIEGEN, DIANE M. 

2108 Schiller Ave. 

Wilmette, Illinois 

FIRLING, KENNETH T. 

6235 N. Kenmore 

Chicago, Illinois 

Loyola Men 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3. 

FISHER, E. GREGORY 

234 S. Maple Ave. 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

FITT, ROBERT L. 

3658 N. Linder 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 2; Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4; 

YD's 1. 

FITZGERALD, EDWARD R. 

1951 W. Morse 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3,4, 

Vice-president 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. 

FITZGERALD, JOHN M. 

1 0734 S. Arresian 

Chicago, Illinois 

Readers' Circle 2,3,4, President 3,4; SAL 

4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; United World Fed. 

4; YR's 3. 

FITZGERALD, THOMAS J. 
1457 W. Cuyler 
Chicago, Illinois 



FLEMING, JUDY M. 
5310 W. Adams St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
YD's 3,4, Rec. Sec. 3,4. 

FLYNN, JEREMIAH J. 

6903 S. Paulina 

Chicago, llllinois 

AUSA 2; Gold Torch 3,4; Hist. Soc. 4; 

ROTC Newspaper 2,3. 

FORD, MARY E. 

620 S. Gunderson 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4, Custodian 4; Coed 

Club 1; CSNC 1,2,3,4; SAL 2,3,4; SNAI 

1,2; YD's 1. 

FOREMAN, WILLIAM W. 

5079 Monroe 

Chicago, Illinois 

FOSSIER, RICHARD N. 

8030 Luella Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Econ. -Finance Soc. 2,3,4; SAM 3,4; Tau 

Kappa Epsilon 3,4. 

FRATUS, MARY S. 
613 Jefferson 
Bellevue, Iowa 
Gerald Manley Hopkins Soc. 1,2,3,4; Loy- 
ola Women 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 
FREBORG, THOMAS C. 
6223 W. Roscoe 
Chicago, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Marketing Club 
2; SAL 1,2; SAM 4. 

FREDA, JOHN P. 
1812 N. 73rd Ave. 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 
Loyola Men 1,2,3,4. 

FULLER, WARREN R. 

1541 N. Mason 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 2,3,4; Marketing Club 2, 

3; Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; SAL 2,3. 

FURMANEK, SYLVESTER W. 
7723 Elmgrove Drive 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Delta 4, Vice-President 4, Sec. 
3; Dent. School Choir 4, President 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 

GACH, BRUCE M. 

1920 W. Lunt 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 2,3,4; Loyola News 3,4; 

Probe 4; SAL 4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 2,3,4. 

GALICH, RICHARD 

1730 W. 5th Ave. 

Gary, Indiana 

GALLAGHER, IMELDA, MARY WALSH 

5912 S. Francisco 

Chicago, Illinois 

GALLAGHER, JULTE A. 

5917 W. Lake 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Fine Arts Club 2; Psych. 

Club 3; Wossman Bio. Soc. 1,2. 

GALLAGHER, RAYMOND F. 
2058 N. Albany 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola News 1 . 

GAPPEN, CAROL M. 

5735 W. North Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3; Fine Arts Club 2; Hist. 

Soc. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3,4. 

GARNELLO, ANNETTE B. 
1706 N. Newcastle 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; CSNC 1,2,3,4; Nursing 
Council 3, Sec. 3; SAL 1,2; SNAI 1,2,3; 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2; White Cap 3,4, 
Co-Editor 3. 



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GARTMAN, FRANK T. CAPT. 
3838 Glenview Road 

Glenview, III. 

GATTI, WILLIAM M. 

80 Clarendon Place 

Hackensack, N. J. 

Med School Council; Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; 

Fresh. Class Pres.; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

GAWLIK, GERALD M. 

5936 Keeler Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Bio. Soc. 2. 

GEISS, MICHAEL J. 

416 Hubbel Ave. 
Syracuse, New York 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

GERDING, JOHN H. 
5614 N. Wayne 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3,4, Alumni Secretary 4; Hist. 
Soc. 1; IFC 3,4; LOYOLAN 2, Ass't. Sports 
Editor 2; LOYOLA NEWS 2,3, LSC News 
Editor 3; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Sec. 4; SAL 
2,3, Executive Board 3; Tau Kappa Epsi- 
lon 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 3, President 4; Loy- 
ola Men 1 . 

GILL WINIFRED A. 
9618 S. Hamilton 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1,3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, 
Publicity Chairman 3; Hist. Soc. 1,2; SAL 
1,2,3,4; SAM 1; Equestrian Club 4; 
SNEA 4. 

GILMOUR, PETER A. 
2526 110th 
Chicogo, Illinois 
Loyola News 2,3,4. 

GIUFFRE, MATTHEW R. 

3235 Wilmette Ave. 

Wilmette, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Nu 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3. 

GLASS, ELIZABETH A. 

356 9th 
Lake Oswego, Oregon 
Loyola News 3. 

GLATZ, JOHN F. 
6407 Kostner Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4. 

GONNELLA, LOUIS PETER 
735 Trumbull 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1 . 

GONSIOR, ELAINE C. 

5736 Grover 

Chicago, Illinois 

Chi Theta Upsilon 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2, 

3,4; Wasmann Bio. Club 1,2,3,4. 

GORMAN, NOREEN E. 

7349 N. Damen 

Chicago, Illinois 

Psychology Club 3,4, Corres. Sec. 4. 

GRACE, TERRENCE P. 

914 Schubert Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Hist. Soc. 3; Human 

Relations Club 3; Loyola Men 3; Loyolo 

News 3,4; Psych. Club 3,4. 

GRAMS, SUSAN B. 

2636 Mulligan 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Glee Club 2; Miss Loyola 

Contest; Modern Lang. Club 1; SNEA 4; 

United World Federalists 3. 

GREENLEY, JULIANNE 
2014 Greenwood 
Wilmette, Illinois 
Equestrian Soc. 3. 

GRIEBE, EDWARD A. 
138 Haven Rd. 
Elmhurst, Illinois 
Psi Omega 2,3,4. 



GRIFFIN, GERALDINE M. 

8121 Dorchester 

Chicago, Illinois 

GUCCIARDO, PHILIP F. 

5538 Drummond PI. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 4; Beta Alpha Phi 3,4. 

GUILFOYLE, TERRY A. 

709 Pennsylvania 

Mendota, Illinois 

Accounting Club 2,3; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 

3,4; Econ-Finance So. 3,4; Gold Torch SAL 

1. 

GUTSCHICK, FRANCES E. 

1308 Euclid Ave. 

Berwyn, Illinois 

Loyola News 3; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4, 

SNEA 4. 

GUZZO, THERESA N. 

176 Riverside Rd. 

Riverside, Illinois 

HAEGER, JOHN D. 

450 Oak 

Aurora, Illinois 

Hist. Soc. 2,3,4; Intramurols 3,4; YR's 1, 

2,3,4. 

HALLETT, THOMAS V. 

1029 Franklin 

McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

CADENCE 1,3,4; Intramurols 2,3,4. 

HANLON, GERALD P. 

8051 Crandon 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 3,4; Hist. Soc. 4; Loyola 

Men 3,4. 

HANSEN, WILLIAM M. 
1835A West Hood 
Chicago, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 3; Hist. Soc. 1; LOYOLA 
NEWS 1; Sigma Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Treas- 
urer 3; Wasman Bio. Soc. 1,2,3; YD's 1,2. 
HARTMANN, MARIANA 
245 South Street 
Elmhurst, III. 
Nursing Council 4, Sec. 4; Ski Club 3,4, 
Program Chairman 3,4. 

HARVEY, MARY ANN T. 
208 E. Florence 
Oglesby, Illinois 
Alpha Tau Delta 1,2,3,4, Editor 3,4; 
Chamberlain Council 3, President 3; Cheer- 
leader 1; Curcumference 3,4; Coed Club 
1; Dorm Council 2,3, Secretary 2; Nurs- 
ing Council 2,4; Treasurer 2; Senior Class 
Vice President; Sigma Theta Tau 4; SNAI 
1,2,3,4; Soph. Class Pres.; White Cap 4. 
HAUG, DIETJE R. 
4849 Lee 
Skokie, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; CSNC 4; SAL 2; SNAI 1,2. 
HAUPERT, THEODORE J. 
4323 N. New England 
Chicago, Illinois 
American Chem Soc. 1,4. 

HAYES, BARBARA A. 

4251 S. Artesian 

Chicago, Illinois 

Nursing Council 3; Sigma Theta Tau 4; 

SAL 3,4, Executive Board 3; Nursing Class 

Treasurer 3. 

HAZELTON, MARY L. 
14859 Kostner 
Midlothian, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc. 1,4; YR's 1,2. 
HEALY, MAUREEN ELIZABETH 
5246 S. Sangamon 
Chicago, III. 
Modern Language Club 4; Phi Siqma Tau 
3,4; Pi Delta Phi 4, Secretary 4; YD's 4. 
HEALY, TIMOTHY GEORGE 
4738 W. Grace 
Chicano. Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 2; Loyola Men 1. 



HENDERSON, JOHN P. 

4128 N. Hermitage 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

HENNING, JOHN F. 

129 Blackhawk 
Park Forest, Illinois 
Sigma Delta Phi 3,4; Wasman Bio. Soc. 
1,2,3. 

HERFKENS, KENNETH D. 
602 E. 19th 
Yankton, South Dakota 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4; Sopho- 
more Vice-Pres.; Student Council 2. 
HERR, WILLIAM A. 
14046 Ohio 
Detroit, Michigan 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Dorm Council 3, 
Pres. 3; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts 
Club 2,3,4; Gold Torch 3; LOYOLA NEWS 
2,3,4; LOYOLAN 2; Union Board 4. 
HERBERT, WILLIAM J. 
3619 Jackson 
Bellwood, Illinois 
Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4; Econ-Finance Soc. 

2.3, President 3; SAL 2,3. 

HERSHINOW, HELEN M. 
2211 W. Eostwood 
Chicago, Illinois 
CCSN 1,2,3,4; Circumference 3,4, Treas. 
4; Coed Club 1; Foreign Students Ass'n. 2; 
LOYOLA NEWS 1,2,3,4; Nursing Council 
Symposium Chairman 3; Nursing Council 

3, Union Board Representative; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 3,4, President 4; SNAI 1,2,3,4. 

HICKMAN, DANIEL M. 

8927 N. Octavia 

Morton Grove, Illinois 

HILL, JOHN B. 

1304 S. Linden 

Park Ridge, Illinois 

Amer. Chem. Soc. 1,4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

HILLEBRAND, JOHN G JR. 

1451 Forest 

River Forest, Illinois 

HLAVATY, LOIS M. 

8934 Southview 

Brookfield, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 1,2, 

3.4, Sec. 4; Hist. Soc. 1; Gerard Manley 
Hopkins Soc. 1,2,3,4; Modern Language 
Club 1; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4. 

HOFFMAN, JOHN W. 
1433 Oakdale 
Chicago, Illinois 
Psychology Club 4. 

HOGAN, PATRICIA M. 
7250 Claremont 
Chicago, Illinois 
Equestrian Soc. 4; Ski Club 4. 

HOLLCRAFT, RICHARD M. 

2100 Burling 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; SAMA 

1,2,3,4; Student Council 3. 

HORAN, KAREN T. 

7758 Phillips 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,4; Marketing Club 3,4; SAM 

1,4; YD's 4. 

HOSKINS, THOMAS T. 

7224 Suffield 

Morton Grove, III. 

Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Marketing Club 2,3, 

4, Vice-Pres. 4; SAL 3,4. 

HOSOBUCHI, YOSHIO 
1 1 20 Leavitt 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Chi 2.3.4. 

HOULIHAN, KEVIN A. 
4241 Hermitage 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



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HOWE, RICHARD A. 

4825 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Wasman Bio. Soc. 1; Human Relations Club 

1; YD's 1,2. 

HRINDA, JOHN G. 

2715 W. 25th St. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Freshman Class Treasurer; Senior Class 

Pres.; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Jr. Class 

Treas. 

HUBANKS, JOHN R. 

252 Barlock 

Los Angeles, California 

Blue Key 1,2,3,4; Phi Beta Pi 2,3,4. 

HUSPEN, BARBARA M. 

2646 Newcastle 

Chicago, Illinois 

Circumference 4; Ski Club 3,4; SNAI 3,4; 

Union Board 4. 

HUYGHEBAERT. MARILYN J. 

3725 Kildare 

Chicago, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 4; Modern Lang 

Club 3,4. 

IMUNDO, MICHAEL J. 

948 Central Park 

Chicago, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2; Human Relations Club 

4; Y. D. 4. 

IRELAND, KATHY 

4550 Kirk 

Skokie, Illinois 

Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Circumference 3,4; 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Human Relations Club 

2; SAM 1. 

JACOBS, CHARLENE E. 

5437 Kolin 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 2,3,4; Hist. Soc. I. 

JANCO, MARY K. 

1021 Bohland 

Bellwood, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc. 3,4; Pow Wow 

Weekend Committee; University Weekend 

Committee. 

JARBIGIAN, GERARD A. 
8615 Brodman 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

JARECKI, RAYMOND S. 
3947 California Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 2.3.4. 

JARRETT, ROBERT T. 
337 Hyde Park 
Bellwood, Illinois 
SAMA 1,7,3,4. 

JASKE, SANDRA C. 

5901 Mobile 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc; SNEA 4. 

JASKULSKI. JOYCE A. 

1902 Newcastle 

Westchester, III. 

Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc. 1 ; Koppa Beta 

Gamma 3,4; SAL. 1,4. 

JASZUZAK, ERWIN S. 

618 Emerald 

Chicago Heights, III. 

Econ-Finance Soc. 4; Fine Arts Club 2; 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4. 

JENKINSON, DIANE M. 
3846 Lawndale Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Bus. Adm. 3,4; Circumference 3,4; Coed 
Club 1,2; Debate Society 1; Hist. Soc. 1, 
2,3; Marketing Club 2,3,4; Theta Phi 
Alpha 1,2,3,4. 

JENNINGS, JOHN F. 

6024 Monitor 

Chicago, III. 

Cadence 4; Hist. Soc. 3,4; Loyola News 4; 

Y.D. 2,3,4. 



JOHANNES JAMES D. 
716 Ashland 
Chicago, III. 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

JOHNSTON, BARBARA V. 

106 N. Bierman Ave. 

Villa Park, III. 

KAMMERMEIER, REGINA M. 

845 Le Claire 

Chicago, III. 

Youngs Christian Students 3,4. 

KANE, MAUREEN C. 

1022 79th 

Chicago, III. 

Episilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 1; 

Human Relations Club 1,2,3; Sigma Alpha 

Rho 1,2,3; University College Club 1,2,3,4. 

KARWOWSKI, JAMES P. 
2129 Webster 
Chicago, III. 
Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4. 

KAUFMANN, LUCINA G. 

6942 Rockwell 

Chicago, III. 

KAZMERSKI, DENNIS L. 

6505 Ebinger Drive 

Niles, III. 

Fine Arts Club 3,4; Hist. Soc. 2,3; Pil Sc. 

Club 2,3; Y.D. 2,3,4. 

KEANE, JAMES P. 

5800 Bishop 

Chicago, III. 

KEDZOF, MARY T. 

5310 Sawyer Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

SNAI 1,2,3,4. 

KEEFE, LAWRENCE M. 
5933 Kilbourn 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Sigma Pi 3,4; SAM 3,4. 

KEMPF, WILLIAM L. 

1913 Peoria Ave. 

Peoria, III. 

Accounting Club 4; Econ-Finance 4; 

LOYOLA NEWS 3,4. 

KESER, ROBERT F. 

5601 Racine 

Chicago, III. 

Curtain Guild 2,3; Hist. Soc. 1; Hist. 

Soc. 1. 

KILEY, MARY LOU 

6920 Crandon 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1; Hist. Soc. 1; Theto Phi 

Alpha 2,3,4. 

KING, MARY B. 

6020 Fletcher 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 1,2,3,4; Coed Club 1; 

Hist. Soc. 1; SAL 2,3,4; SNAI 1,2,3; 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2. 

KING, SHARON L. 

8525 Springfield 

Skokie, III. 

Coed Club 3,4; SAL 3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 

3,4. 

KLODZINSKI, JOSEPH A. 
3909 N. Sawyer 
Chicago, III. 
Accounting Club 3,4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; 
AUSA 1,2,3,4; Treas. 2, Pres. 3,4; Beta 
Gamma Sigma 3,4; Blue Key 3,4; Bugler 
2,3,4; Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Hist. 3; 
Econ-Finance Soc. 2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3; 
Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; Gold Torch 2,3,4; 
Treas. 2,3; Pres. 4; Hist. Soc. 1; Loyola 
Men 1,2; Marketing Club 3,4; Pres. 4; 
Marketing Club 3,4; Ed. 3,4; SAL 2,3,4; 
SAM 1,3,4; Pres. 4; Tracer 2; YR's 1,2,3, 
4; Exec. Bd. 2,3,4. 



KLONOWSKI, JOAN T. 
3115 W. 41st. Street 
Chicago, III. 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

KOEHLER, ROBERT T. 
Harmon, III. 
Psych. Club 2; YD's 4. 

KONEN, THOMAS J. 

10111 Washtenaw 

Chicago, III. 

KOWALESIK, MICHELE C. 

1007 E. 90th Street 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 3. 

KOZLOWSKI, DENNIS J. 

8800 Crandon 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3,4; 

Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; Bus. Ad. Council 4, 

Vice-Pres. 4. 

KRIPPNER, BEATRICE M. 
1 123 E. Grand 
Ingleside, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2; SNEA 4. 

KROL, EDWINA 
3555 W. 102nd Street 
Evergreen Park, III. 
Circumference 3,4; Pres. 4; Coed Club 
2,3; Soc. Chmn. 2; Dorm Council 3; Jud. 
Bd. 3; Loyola Women 4; Math Club 3,4; 
Vice-Pres. 4; MISS LOYOLA 3; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4; YD's 2,3. 

KUBACKI, STANLEY D. 

1046 Scoville 

Oak Park, III. 

Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer. 

KULLA, MARILYN J. 

1757 W. 17th Street 

Chicago, III. 

CSNC 4; Fine Arts Club 3; Nursing Council 

4; Senior Class Treas.; SNAI 1,2. 

KURASH, HELEN B. 

4339 W. 55th Street 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 2,3,4; Reader's Circle 1. 

KUTAS, ALICE M. 

4357 Sacramento 

Chicago, III. 

Chi Theta Upsilon 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2,4. 

KWASNIEWSKI, PATRICIA E. 

4805 Kostner 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 2. 

KWIATEK, KATHLEEN R. 
1224 Newberry 
LaGrange Park, III. 

LAGOCKI, JUDITH P. 
5334 Paulina 
Chicago, Illinois 
Cadence 2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 2; Modern Lan- 
guage Club 2; Readers' Circle 2,3. 
LAGIGLIA, LOUIS M. 
1821 71st. 
Chicago, III. 
Accounting Club 3,4; Delta Sigma Pi 
2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Marketing Club 2. 
LANDT, ALLAN D. 
1305 Glenlake 
Chicago, III. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4. 

LANE, JOHN D. 
6212 N. Cicero 
Chicago, III. 
Student Council 3, Rep. 3; Vice-President 
4; Union Board 4, Rep. 4; Delta Sigma 
Delta 1,2,3,4; Blue Key 4; Dental Choir 
1,2,3. 

LANG, GEORGE E. 

8236 Knight 

Niles, III. 

IFC 3,4; Intramurals 1; Math Club 3,4; 

Physics Club 4; Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Alumni 

Sec. 3; Union Bd. Rep. 4; YR'S 2,4. 



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LARSEN, MARGARET A. 
5353 Wrightwood 
Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 1,3; Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4; Sec- 
retory 3; SAL 1,2,3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 
2,3,4; Rush Chairman 3; Corresponding 
Sec. 4. 

LARSON, SONJA I. 
60 Huron 
Chicago, III. 
Foreign Student Assoc. 2,3, Executive Com- 
mittee 2; Human Relations Club 1. 
LENTINO, JANE A. 
5412 New England 
Chicago, III. 
SNEA 4. 

LENTZ, RONALD A. 
5545 Aberdeen 
Chicago, III. 
Cadence 2,3; SAL 2; SAM 1,2,3, Vice- 
President 3. 

LESAGE, ROBERT G. 
4050 57th 
Chicago, III. 
Human Relations Club 4. 

LEWAND, JOSEPH P. 

5759 Newport 

Chicago, III. 

Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4; Marketing Club 

3,4, Chairman 4; Marketing Newletter 3,4. 

LIEBERMAN, JACK L. 

2648 North Shore 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4, Editor 3, President 

4; Dent. School News 2; Student Council 

4. 

LOCKWOOD, CHESTER C. 
7805 Aberdeen 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 1,4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; SAL 2,3,4, Chairman 3,4; 
Track Team 1,2,3,4, Manager 1,2,3,4. 
LOFKY, JAMES K. 
2514 Woshtenaw 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Saint Appolonia 
Guild 1,2.3.4. 

LOMBARDO, JOSEPH M. 
5 James 
Pittston, Pa. 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 
LONG. FLORENCE 
10828 Hale 
Chicago, III. 
SAMA 1,2,3,4; Sec. Freshman Class; Sec. 
Senior Class; Student Council 1,4. 
LOOBY, DENNIS L. 
8631 Wood 
Chicago, III. 
Marketing Club 4. 

LOSINSKI, BARBARA V. 
2506 Avens 
Chicago, III. 
Sigma Theta Tau 3,4. 

LOWTH, JAMES E. 
2849 Moody 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Sigma Delta 2,3,4. 

LUBACK, PHILLIS M. 
4312 Adeline Drive 
Oak Lawn, III. 
Cadence 2,3; Circumference 3,4; Fine Arts 
Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Gerard 
Manley Hopkins Soc. 1,2,3,4, Vice- Presi- 
dent 3, Secretary 4; Hist. Soc. 1,3, Sec- 
retary 3; Loyola News 1,2, LT News Edi- 
tor 2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4, Treasurer 3. 
LUCEK, LORETTA S. 
4052 Kenmore 
Chicago, III. 
American Chem. Soc. 1,2,3,4; Loyola 
Women 1; SAL 2, Executive Board 2; 
Union Board 2; YD'S 1,2,3, Executive 
Board. 



LUETKEMEYER, PATRICIA A. 

1617 Thome 

Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 1; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2; Hist. 
Soc. 1,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Director 
2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4. 

LUKACEVICH, ROSEMARY 
3650 59th 
Chicago, III. 
Fine Arts Club 4, Membership Chmn. 4; 
Loyolan 3; Loyola News 3,4, Literary 
Supplement Editor 4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3, 
4. 

LUNN, JOHN P. 

2001 74th 

Elmwood Park, III. 

Hist. Soc. 1; Modern Language Club 2. 

LUZWICK, Anne M. 
8220 Oketo 
Niles, III. 
Equestrian Club 3; Hist. Soc. 2,3,4; Hu- 
man Relations Club 3; Modern Language 
Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; YR'S 4. 

LYNCH, EDWARD J. 

807 Harvey 

Oak Park, III. 

McARDLE, WILLIAM J. 

8046 Yates Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Loyola Men 2,3,4; SAM 2,3,4, Rec. Sec. 4. 

McBRIDE, RICHARD D. 
551 N. Central 
Chicago, III. 
Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 2. 

McCLEAN, GRAHAM JOHN 

6551 N. Sheridan Road 

Chicago, III. 

Director of Intramurals 3,4; French Club 

2; Golf Team 2; Loyola Hall Council 3; 

Math Club 3. 

McGUIRE, DAVID P. 
8133 Kingston 
Chicago, III 
Loyola Men 1,2,3,4; YD'S 2,3,4. 

McMAHON, RICHARD M. 

10237 S. Albany 

Chicago, III. 

Cadence 2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3; 

Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Hist. 3, Sec. 3, 

Pledgemaster 4. 

McMULLEN, ROSEMARY C. 

830 S. Home 

Park Ridge, III. 

Cadence 4; Curtain Guild 3,4; Hist. Soc. 

3,4. 

McMURRAY, RONALD E.,C.S.V. 
6231 N. Sheridan Rd. 
Chicago, III. 
Math Club 2,3,4. 

NEARY, PAUL L. 
48 Sherwood St. 
Boston, Mass. 
Xi Phi Psi 1,2,3,4, Pledgemaster 4, Ed. 4; 
Dent. School Choir 1; SADA 1,2,3,4; St. 
Appollonia Guild 3,4; Student Council Rep. 
4. 

NELIS, SUSAN J. 

441 S. Bruner 

Hinsdale, Illinois 

Hist. Soc. 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; 

Reader's Circle 3,4; YD's 3,4. 

NORVILAS, ALGIS A. 
7042 S. Talman 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 4. 

NOVOTNEY, ROBERT L. 
701 Wisconsin Ave. 
Streator, Illinois 
YR'S 1,2,3,4. 



O'CALLAGHAN, JOSEPH M. 
8537 Skokie Blvd. 
Skokie, Illinois 
AUSA 1,2, Sec. 2; Blue Key 3,4; Con- 
servatives Club 4, Fall Frolic Publicity 
Chm. 1,2; Gold Torch 3,4; Loyolan, 
Captions Ed. 1,2; Military Ball Chm. 3,4; 
Pi Delta Epsilon 2,3,4; Pol. Sc. Club 4; 
Pow Wow Decorations Chm. 2,3. 

OCIEPKA, BRUNO 
1404 N. Karlov Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4. 

O'FLATHERTY, PETER M. 
7835 S. Ada St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

O'KEEFE, PATRICK E. 

3822 N. Kildare 

Chicago 41, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 2; Hist. Soc. 4; Loyolan 

Copy Ed. 4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Sigma Pi 

2,3,4, Publicity Director 4. 

O'MALLEY, BERNADETTE R. 
8032 S. Harper Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1; SAL 2. 

OSADJAN, CHARLES E. 
1934 S. Grove Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

OSINSKI, LAWRENCE 
3523 W. 60 PI. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1; Math Club 3,4. 

OSTEN, RICHARD A. 

5517 N. Lakewood 

Chicago, Illinois 

AUSA 1; Gold Torch 2; Loyola Drill Team 

4; SAM 2. 

MADAY, RICHARD J. 

8242 S. Avalon 

Chicago 19, Illinois 

Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Loyola 

News 2; Psychology Club 2,3. 

MADEJA, ROSEMARY 

4844 S. Damen 

Chicago 9, Illinois 

Co-Ed Club 2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 1; Kappa 

Beta Gamma 3,4. 

MAHALAK, EMILY LOUISE 
2330 Twentieth St. 
Wyandotte, Mich. 
Coed Club 2,3,4; Dorm Council; Fine Arts 
Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3, Secretary 1, 
V.P. 2; Hist. Soc. 2,3,4; I.S.C. 4, Greek 
Week Chairman 4; Loyola Women 4; 
Senior Gift Fund Committee 4; SNEA 4; 
Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Co-Social Chair- 
man 3, Pres. 4. 

MAHONEY, MARY ELLEN 
8834 S. Wood St. 
Chicago 20, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

MAHONEY, PAUL D. 
99 Plain St. 
Stoughton, Mass. 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

MAJKA, DARLENE R. 

5928 W. Iowa 

Chicago 51, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Coed Club 1 ; 

CSNC 4; Loyola News 3; SAL 2,3,4; 

SNAT 1,2,3,4; Wassman Bio. Soc. 1. 

MAJKA, JANICE M. 

4458 S. Trumbull 

Chicago, Illinois 

Loyola Women 1,2; Coed Club 2; Alpha 

Tau Delta 2,3,4, Recording Sec. 3. 



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MALCOLM, ROBERT J. 

5N134 Central Ave. 

Bensenville, Illinois 

Econ-Finonce-Soc. 3,4; Pres. 4; Track 1, 

2,3. 

MANCZKO, FRANK J. 

1757 N. Wolcott 

Chicago 22, Illinois 

Accounting Club 3,4; Bowling Team 1,2; 

YD's 1,2. 

MANGIONE, SALVATORE E. 

4343 S. Troy St. 

Chicago 32, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Loyola Men 1,2; 

Modern Language Club 4. 

MARONEY, MARY ANN E. 

9801 S. Loomis 

Chicago 43, Illinois 

Jr. Class Secretary; Student Council 3. 

MARSH, DANIEL A. 

2936 N. Nordica 
Chicago 34, Illinois 
Marketing Club 2,3. 

MARSHALL, MARJORIE J. 
195 E. Chestnut 
Chicago 1 1 , Illinois 
Nursing Council 3,4, V.P. 4. 

MATAYA, ROBERT J. 

5002 N. Mulligan 

Chicago 30, III. 

Loyola Men 1,2,3,4; Marketing Club 3,4; 

S.A.M. 1,2; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, 

Corresponding Secretary 4. 

MATOKAR, STEPHEN M. 
92 S. Yathes Ave. 
Chicago 17, III. 
Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3, Secretary 3. 
MATT, RICHARD J. 
285 Gatesby 
Riverside, III. 
MAUSOLF, FREDRICK A. 
1243 Winnemac 
Chicago 40, III. 
Hist. Soc. 1; Leadership Workshop Com- 
mittee 4; Modern Language Club 3,4; 
Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4, V.P. 4; WasMann 
Bio. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

MAY, BERNADETTE M. 

103 S. Austin Blvd. 

Chicago 44, III. 

MAYER, MARTIN A. 

Accounting Club 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; 

Fine Arts Club 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2, 

3,4, V.P. 3,4. 

MEHL, JAMES B. 
163 N. Lamon 
Chicago 44, III. 
Delta Sigma Pi 3,4; Econ-Finance Soc. 4; 
Marketing Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Mar- 
keting News Letter 3,4; S.A.M. 3,4; YD's 
3. 

MEKUS, SHARYN M. 

10 Buenrer Rd. 

Archabold, Ohio 

Dorm Council 2,3; Treasurer 2; Glee Club 

2; Loyola Women 4; SAL. 4. 

METELKA, CHARLES J. 
4747 Newcastle 
Chicago 31, III. 
MEYER, ROBERT F. 
1428 Lill 
Chicago, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Market- 
ing Newsletter 3,4. 

MICHAS, GEORGE A. 

1838 Wood 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; S.A.M. A. 1,2,3,4. 

MILLER, MARY RITA C. 

7135 Melvina 

Chicago, Illinois 

Wassman Bio Soc. 1,2; Hist. Soc. 1; SNAI 

1,2,3; SAL 1,2,3; Abha Tau Delta 1,2,3, 

4, Pledgemaster 1; CSNC 1,2. 



MODZIKOWSKI, BARBARA J. 

7555 Constance 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Education Soc. 4; 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1 . 

MOLL, ROBERT T. 

1 125 Chestnut 

Waukegan, Illinois 

Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 

3,4; YD's 1,2,3,4; Bio Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

MOLYNEAUX, MAUREEN E. 

2924 Melwaukee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; SAM 2,4; Marketing 

Club 2,3,4; Rifle Team 1; Glee Club 1. 

MANCO, WALTER J. 

581 1 W. Eastwood 

Chicago 30, III. 

Accounting Club 4; Hist. Soc. 1; S.A.M. 4. 

MONZELLA, VINCENT M. 

1644 N. Kedvale 

Chicago 39, III. 

Accounting Club 4 

MOORE, VERNON J. 

3715 W. 1 14 PI. 

Chicago 55, III. 

Wasmann 1,2,3,4; Y.R. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 

MOORE, MARY C. 

7550 Colfax 

Chicago 49, III. 

Coed Club 4; Hist. Soc. 1,2. 

MORIN, MARTIN E. 

405 N. Hampton 

Bay City, Michigan 

MORKUNAS, JAMES M. 

6516 S. Kostner Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Dorm Council 1,2; Loyola News 2; Phi 

Sigma Tau 2,3,4. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM F. 

6132 Forest Glen 

Chicago 46, III. 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4; SAL 3 Exec. 

Committee. 

MORRISSEY, ANNE L. 

4111 N. LeClaire 

Chicago 41, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Readers' Circle 1,2,3, 

4; SAL 2,3,4; SNEA 4; pres.; Theta Phi 

Alpha 2,3,4, treas. 

MOWRY, ROGER J. 
3205 N. Pittsburgh 
Chicago 34, III. 
Econ-Finance Soc. 3,4. 

MOYLAN, WILLIAM D. 
151 N. Harvey 
Oak Park, III. 
Hist. Soc. 2,3,4. 

MUELLER, GREGORY A. 

3428 S. Kansas Ave. 

Milwaukee 7, Wise. 

Dorm Council 2; Hist. Soc. 1,4; Y.D. 1,2, 

3,4. 

MUNIZZO, ANTHONY J. 

325 W. 31 St. 

Chicago, III. 

MURRAY, HOWARD L. 

6242 S. Wolcott 

Chicago 36, III. 

American Chem. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

MUSICH CATHERINE L. 

1736 W. 105 St. 

Chicago 43, III. 

Coed Club 1,2; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. 

MUSKUS, EUGENE 

5843 W. 16 

Cicero, III. 

Pi Alpha Lamba 2,3,4; Pledge Master 3,4. 

PABICH, BRIAN T. 

1119 Locust Road 

Wilmette, III. 

Intramurals (Dorm) 4; Loyola Men 3. 



PANA, REYNOLDS A. 

928 N. Drake 

Chicago III. 

Hist. Soc. 4; Loyola Men 1,2,3,4; Sigma 

Pi 1,2,3,4. 

PARLANTI, IDA A. 

7128 West 34th St. 

Berwyn, III. 

Loyolan 3; Loyola News 2,3; Psych. Club 

3. 

PASCHEN, MARY 

1035 Pine 

Winnetka, III. 

PASCHKE, JON M. 

6332 N. Kenmore 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Delta Gamma 3,4, Vice-pres. 4; 

Hist. Soc. 3,4. 

PATTERSON, LAWRENCE F. 
4040 N. Leclaire 
Chicago, III. 
Equestrian Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 1,2,3, Vice- 
pres. 4. 

PATTERSON, MILES L. 
Rte. 3, Box 260 
Palitine, III. 
Intramurals 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; 
Psych. Club 2,3,4; Washmann Bio. Soc. 3. 
PEINIGER, DIANE M. 
1847 Morse 
Chicago, III. 
Circumference 3,4; CSNC 1,4; Director 
Women's Intramurals 3; Freshman Class 
President; Loyaquins 2,3; Nursing Council 
1,4; SAL 3; Senior Class Pres. Sigma Theta 
Tau 4; SNAI 1,2,4; Student Presidents' 
Comm. 4; Wassman Bio. Soc. 1. 
PELTZER, DONNA A. 
9918 Malta 
Chicago, III. 
Coed Club 1,2,4; Education Soc. 4; Epsi- 
lon Phi Rho 1; Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4, 
Alumni Chairman; Loyola Women 1; SAL 
4. 

PETERSON, FRANCES M. 

192 155'th 

Harvey, III. 

PHELAN, PATRICIA M. 

1914 Oak Park 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Equestrian Soc. 4; Hist. 

Soc. 1,2; SNEA 4, Historian; Theta Phi 

Alpha 2,3,4. 

PISARSKI, LENARD D. 

10029 Karlov 

Oak Lawn, III. 

POKRYWKA, ROBERT H. 

4014 Osceola 

Norridge, III. 

Loyola Men 1; SAM 1,2. 

POPP, CHARLOTTE 

814 Leavitt 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Coed 

Club 1,2; Dorm Council 2, Vice-Pres. 2; 

Fine Arts Club 2; Miss Loyola Contest 2; 

SAL 2,4; SNAI 1,2; Wassmann Bio. Soc. 1. 

POULOS, ANTHONY J. 

1927 Drake 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 3; Alpha Delta Gamma 

2,3, Treasurer 3; SAL 3; Vet's Club 1,2,3, 

President 3. 

PROCYK, MARGARET R. 

6200 Waveland 

Chicago, III. 

Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2; Psyc. 

Club 3,4, Social Chairman 4; Wasmann 

Bio. Soc. 2; Women's Dorm Council 3. 

PROW, ROSEMARY F. 

7238 Yates 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2; 

SAL 2,3,4; SNAI 2; YD's 1. 



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PRUYN, DIANNA L. 

1914 76'th 

Elmwood Park, III. 

Coed Club 1,3,4; Hist. Soc. 3,4; Pow Wow 

Dance Comm. 3; SAL 4; Theta Phi Alpha 

3,4. 

QUIRK, JEANNE P. 

109 S. Parkside 

Chicago, III. 

QUINN, PETER J. 
322 Farragut 
Park Forest, III. 
SAM 4; Sigma Lambda Beta 1,2,3,4, 
President 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 4. 

RABIDEAU, PETER W. 
7222 S. Maplewood 
Chicago, III. 
Amer. Cherm. Soc. 1, President 1. 

RAIA, NOREEN L. 

243 Iroquois Road 
Hillside, III. 
Cheerleader 2,3, Co-Captain 3; Readers' 
Circle 3,4, Secretary 3; Coed Club 1. 

RAMAZINSKI, RICHARD R. 

1816 S. Fairfield Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 4. 

RAND, PATRICIA M. 

3824 N. Keeler Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Kappa Delta 3,4; Chi Theta Up- 

silon 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2,4; Hist. Soc. 

1,2,4; Human Relations Club 3,4. 

RANK, LYNNE M. 

44 Harrison Brook Dr. 

Basking Ridge, New Jersey 

Psych. Club 3,4, Board Member 3,4; 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2,3. 

RAPACZ, KENNETH E. 

5031 N. New England 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 3,4; Delta Sigma Pi 1,2, 

3,4, Chancelor 3, Professional Chairman 

4; Loyola Drill Team 1,2,3,4. 

RARDIN, JENNYBELLE P. 

215 East Chestnut 

Chicago, III. 

REICHERT, WILLIAM V. 
6434 N. Seeley 
Chicago, III. 
Wasmann Club 1,2. 

REMAKS, WILLIAM J. 

7338 S. Washtewaw 

Chicago, III. 

REMY, RICHARD C. 

7930 Kenwood 

Chicago, III. 

Loyola Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4; YR's 1,2,3, 

Treasurer 3. 

RENDER, PATRICK W., CSV. 

6231 N. Sheridan Rd. 

Chicago, III. 

REPKA, RONALD J. 

6106 N. Austin Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Physics Club 2,3,4, President 3, Sec. 4. 

REPSYS, RIMANTAS A. 

5640 S. Ada 

Chicago, III. 

Chess Club 3; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Phi 

Sigma Tau 3,4; Physics Club 1,2. 

RETER, DENNIS A. 
5114 Parker 
Chicago, III. 
Sigma Pi 2,3,4. 



RHODENBAUGH, THOMAS R. 
81 1 Hayden Ave. 
Akron, Ohio 
Arts Council 4; Dorm Council 2,3, Presi- 
dent 2; Pow Wow Committee 4, Miss 
Loyola Chairman 4; Senior Class President; 
University Fair 3, Publicity Chairman 3; 
YD's 1,3,4. 

RICE, DAVID J. 

2700 N. 76th Court 

Elmwood Park, III. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT R. 

1830 W. Thornhill Rd. 

Palatine, III. 

Dorm Council 3; Sigma Delta Phi 1,2,3,4; 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2,3; YR's 1,2,3,4, 

Vice-President. 

RILEY, NANCY M. 
812 St. Clair Rd. 
Johnstown, Penn. 
Delaware Hall 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; 
Hist. Soc. 3; Inter-Hall Council 3,4, 
Chairman 4; Loyola News 1; SAL 3,4; 
United World Federalists 3. 

RIVAN, BARBARA J. 
414 S. Michigan 
Villa Park, III. 
Alpha Tau Delta 2,3; Circumference 3,4; 
Coed Club 1,2, Treasurer (LSC) 2; Sigma 
Theta Tau 3,4, Archivist 4; Stebler Hall 
Vice-President 2; Women's Intramural 
Board Rep. 3. 

ROBINSON, TERRY W. 

8116 S. Ada 

Chicago, III. 

Loyola Men 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Sophomore 

Class President; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3, 

President 2,3; Sociology Club 4, Pres 4. 

ROE, TAFT W. 
3720 E. Mulberry 
Evansville, Ind. 
Blue Key 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

ROGER, IRVIN S. 
834 Sheridan PI. 
Downers Grove, III. 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Loyola News 2,3,4, 
Sports Editor 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Was- 
mann Bio. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

ROGUS, TIMOTHY 

10335 Dearlove Rd. 
Des Plaines, III. 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Modern Language 
Club 4; Pi Delta Phi 4; President 4. 

ROMANUS, RAYMOND J. 

3321 N. Twelve Oaks Dr. 

Peoria, III. 

Phi Sigma of Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3. 

RONIN, DONALD W. 
6318 N. Whipple 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 1. 

RUFF, WILLIAM J. 

5421 May 

Chicago, III. 

Junior Class President; Student Council 3. 

RUFFOLO, NATALIE M. 

2419 S. Elmwood Ave. 

Berwyn, III. 

Chi Theta Upsilon 2,3,4; Corres. Sec. 4; 

Coed Club 2,3. 

RUSKY, CHARLES R. 
3521 S. Western Blvd. 
Chicago, III. 
Accounting Club 4; YR's 2,3,4. 



SAM 1,2. 



SAHAL, DIANA 
3943 W. 64 St. 
Chicago, Illinois 



SANTUCCI, BARBARA A. 

6833 W. Dickens 

Chicago, III. 

Student American Medical Assn. 1,2,3,4; 

Soph. Class Sec. 2; Student Council 2,3,4. 

SCHAEFER, WILLIAM T. 

1714 73 Ave. 

Elmwood Park, III. 

Hist. Soc. 3, Human Relations Club 3; 

Loyola Men 3,4; YD's 3,4. 

SCHIAVONE, CAROLE A. 
2913 N. Commonwealth 
Chicago, III. 
Nursing Council 2,3. Vice Pres 2. 

SCHIRMER, GEORGE H. 
717 S. Park Blvd. 
Freeport, Ml. 
SAM 3,4, Treas. 4; YR'S 1,2,3. 

SCHMIDT, LAWRENCE N. 
1707 W. Diversey 
Chicago, III. 
The Bugler 3; Accounting Club 2,3,4, 
AOSA 1,2; Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Econ- 
Finance Soc. 3,4; Gold Torch 3,4; IFC 
3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Loyola Univer- 
sity Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Marketing Club 
4; Military Ball Committee Chairman 
3,4; SAM 2,3; Senior Memorial Gift Fund 
4. 

SCHOEN, JEROME E. 

722 Reda PI. 

Evanston, III. 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Dental Choir 

1,2; Frosh. Class Vice Pres. 1; Appolonia 

Guild 1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Treas. 4. 

SCHRACK, DONALD J. 

3037 N. Mango 

Chicago, III. 

AUSA 1,2; Gold Torch 3,4; Loyola Hist. 

Soc. 1,2; Radio Club 2,3; SAM 3, Sigma 

Delta Phi 2,3,4; Wassman Bio. Soc. 1 . 

SCHUHRKE, SANDRA N. 

10738 S. Washtenaw 

Chicago, III. 

SCHULIEN, JOHN E. 
6441 N. Lakewood 
Chicago, III. 
IFC 4; ROTC Drill Team 1,2,3; Supply 
Office 3; Sigma Delta Phi Frat. 1,2,3,4; 
Soc. Chairman 2,3, Pres. 3, 4; Wassman 
Bio. Soc. 1,2,4; YD'S 1,4. 

SCHUTH, RICHARD E. 

1700 N. Austin 

Chicago, III. 

SEBASTIAN, CAROL A. 

234 Belleplaine Ave. 

Park Ridge, III. 

Junior Nursing Class Vice Pres.; Nursing 

Council 3. 

SEERING, REBA H. 

9334 S. Millard 

Chicago, III. 

SEIBERT, MARY C. 

5513 N. Natoma 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 3; Hist. Soc. 3; Psych. Club 4; 

S.A.L. 4; Theta Phi Alpha 3,4. 

SEIDEL, JOYCE M. 
91 10 S. Ado 
Chicago, III. 
Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 2,3,4, Vice. 
Pres. 4; Fine Arts Committee 4, Sec. 4; 
SNEA 4; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; Publicity 
Choirman 3, Rec. Sec. 4; ISC Rep. 3. 



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SEILLER, BARRY L. 

6265 N. Campbell Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

SENESE, DONALD J. 

6235 S. Marshfield Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4; Treas. 4; Mod. Lang. 

Club 1,2,3,4; Pol. Sci. Club 3,4. 

SERWATKA, JAMES A. 

6201 W. Eddy 

Chicago, III. 

Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4; Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; 

Wassman Bio. Soc. 2. 

SEVENING, DAVID F. 
8106 S. Honore 
Chicago, III. 
Amer. Chem. Soc. 2. 

SEVERINO, JAMES T. 

1857 N.Natchez Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

SHANNON, MARY K. 

5253 S. California 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1,2; Coed Rifle Team 1,2,3,4; 

Pres. 3,4; SNAI 2,3. 

SHANAHAN, DAVID F. 
2130 S. 5th 
Springfield, III. 
Accounting Club 3,4 AUSA 1,2; Dorm 
Council 2 Drill Team 2; Gold Torch Assoc. 
3, 4; Treas. 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4; 
Treas. 3,4. 

SHEARIN, ROBERT N. 
6300 N. Campbell 

SICKMAN, RICHARD M. 
5522 Crestwood Dr. 
Kansas City, Missouri 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 

SIDELL, NAOMI A. 

10827 S. State 

Chicago, III. 

Chi Theta Upsilon 1,2,3,4; Chaplin 4; 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

SIEBERT, THOMAS E. 

1414 W. Hood Ave. 

Chicago, III. 

Fine Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 1,2,3, 

4; Vice-President 4; LOYOLA NEWS 2,3, 

4; News Editor 3; Managing Editor 4. 

SKVIER, MARY JANE 
1747 Granville 
Chicago, III. 
Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; President 4; Cir- 
cumference 4; Coed Club 1,2; SAL 3,4; 
Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; SNAI 1,2,3; Was- 
mann Bio. Soc. 1; ISC 4. Secretary 4. 

SLIUKA, MARY ANN E. 
109 W. Main 
Bensenville, III. 
Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Pledge Mistress 4; 
Coed Club 1; Dorm Council, Social Chair- 
man 4; Fine Arts Club 1; Glee Club 1; SAL 
1,2; SNAI 1,2; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1 ; 
YD's 3. 

SLOSAR, JOHN A., JR. 

1837 S. 61st Court 

Chicago, III 

SMITH, CHARLES S. 
7658 Rogers Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Phi Chi 2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

SMARON, GREGORY M. 

6130 W. Warwick 

Chicago, III. 



SMYTH, JOSEPH P. 
3719 N. Marshfield 
Chicago, III. 
Psychology Club 3,4. 

SORENSEN, DEAN E. 
5016 N. Ashland Ave. 
Chicago, III. 
Blue Key 2,3,4; Freshman Orientation 
Comm. Chairman 2; Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; 
Treasurer 2; President 3; Parlimentarian 
4; SAMA 1,2,3,4; Secretary 2; Sophomore 
Class President; Student Council 1,2,3,4; 
Vice-President 4; Union Board 4. 

SOWA, CONSTANCE D. 

5908 W. Diversey 

Chicago, III. 

Coed Club 1; Nursing Council 2,3; Social 

Chairman 2,3; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1; YR's 

2. 

SPEH, KATHLEEN M. 

1345 Shagbark Dr. 

DesPlaines, III. 

Coed Club 3; Human Relations Club 4. 

SPICCI, JOAN D. 

2044 N. Lawler 

Chicago, III. 

Delta Zeta Chi 3,4; Chaplan 4; Coed Club 

1,2,3; Math Club 2,3,4. 

SROTYR, JANE 

3716 S. Euclid 
Berwyn, III. 
Stebler Hall Council 1,2,3,4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 3. 

STACKNIK, WESLEY R. 

3401 S. Austin 

Cicero, III. 

STACY, MARGARET M. 
3006 W. Logan Blvd. 
Chicago, III. 
Arts Council 3, Sec. 3; Cheerleader 2; 
Circurmference 3,4; Sec. 4; Coed Club 1; 
Human Relations Club 2,3; Miss Loyola 
Contest 3. 

STANEK, DOROTHY M. 

6059 S. Kildare 

Chicago, III. 

Fine Arts Club 3,4; Hist. Soc. 1; Loyola 

News 1 . 

STARMAN, WAYNE E. 

Rt. 4 Box 237-A 

Antioch, III. 

Accounting Club 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 

3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. 

STARKEY, JOSEPH K. 
14245 Dobson 
Dolton, III. 
Loyola Men 3,4. 

STASIAK, ALBIN R. 

2731 N. Drake 

Chicago, III. 

Hist. Soc. 4. 

STAVROPOULOS, GEORGIA 

2317 N. Orchard 

Chicago, III. 

STEIN, FRANK 
363 E. 40th 
Paterson, New Jersey 
SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

STEMBERK, CONSTANCE S. 
2324 S. Christiana 
Chicogo,lll. 
Cadence 2; Circumference 4; Coed Club 
1; Equestrian Club 4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; 
Loyolan 3, Assoc. Editor 3; Loyola News 
2,3; Loyola Women 4; Psychology Club 
3,4; President 4. 



STEPHENS, THOMAS J. 
8126 S. Brandon 
Chicago, III. 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3,4. 

STREZEWSKI, ROBERT M. 

4104 N. Parkside 

Chicago, III. 

STRUECK, ROSEMARY 

829 S. Marshfield 

Chicago, III. 

STRZYZ, ROBERT J. 

2600 N. Lockwood 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting. 

SULITA, FRANK C. 

2836 N. Marmora 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 1; Loyolan 3. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES G. 

6233 N. Winthrop 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Delra Gamma 2,3,4. 

SULLIVAN, PATRICIA A. 

6647 N. Chicora Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2; Hist. Soc. 3; Phi Sigma Tau 

2,3,4. 

SUMMERS, ANTHONY W. 
910 S. Austin Blvd. 

Ook Park, Illinois 

SVEC, TIMOTHY A. 

1511 N. St. Louis 

Chicago, Illinois 

Wassmann Bio. Soc. 4. 

SZUKALA, RICHARD E. 

1 1 54 Noble 

Chicago, Illinois 

SZYMANSKI, MARIE F. 

2842 E. 94th. St. 

Chicago, Illinois 

TANDY, JANET L. 

632 S. Elmwood 

Oak Park, III. 

Coed Club 1,2,3; Sec. 3; Marketing Club 

2; SNEA 4. 

TELLERS MARY V. 
2321 W. 113th PI. 
Chicago, III. 
Hist. Soc. 3; Intramurals 4; YD's 3. 

THIEDA, HAROLD W. 

6161 N. Lemont 

Chicago, III. 

Wasmann Bio. Soc. 2,3,4; YR's 1,2,3,4. 

TILL, KATHERINE E. 

4710 N. Maplewood 

Chicago, III. 

Curain Guild 3,4; Hist. Soc. 1; Glee Club 

2; Math Club 3,4; Sec.-Treas. 4. 

THOMAS, BRUNO RALPH 

8126 S. Wolcott 

Chicago, III. 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4; St. Lukes' 

Guild 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1. 

THORNE, RICHARD M. 
5025 N. Paulina 
Chicago, III. 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; Soc. Chairman 2. 

TOBINSKI, DANIEL A. 

422 Marshall 

Bellwood, III. 

Marketing Club 2,3,4; Loyola Journal of 

Marketing 3,4; YR's 3,4. 

TOPPING, PATRICIA A. 

122 Clyde 

Evanston, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Soc. Chairman 3; 

Coed Club 1; CSNC 1,2. MISS Loyola 

Contest 3; SAL 2,3,4; SNAI 1,2,3. 



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TRUPPA, MICHAEL J. 
641 N. Monticello 
Chicago, III. 
Pi Alpha Lambda 2,3,4. 

TUCCI, FRANK N. 
22 Tower PI. 

Mount Vernon, N.Y. 
Junior Class Vice Pres. 3; Phi Beta Pi 
1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2. 

ULBRICK, RAYMOND W. 

24740 Westmoreland 

Farmington, Michigan 

Loyola Men Council 1; Ep silon Pi Rho 3; 

Loyola Men 1,3; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,3,4. 

VALIENT, VALENTINE M. 
4119 Lincoln 
Westmont, Illinois 
Chi Theta Upsilon 1,2,3,4; Chaplain, 2 
Rec. Sec. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Coed Club 1 
CSNC 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Loyolan 4 
Loyola News 1; SAL 2; SNAI 1,2,3, Was- 
mann Bio. Soc. 1 ; Women's Intramural 
Board 3. 

VANCE, BRUCE W. 

6587 N. Oliphant 

Chicago, III. 

SAM 3,4. 

VANALEK, JUDITH M. 
821 Ferdinand 
Forest Park, III. 
Coed Club 1,2,3,4. 

VAN BRAMER, JOHN D. 
1639 W. Lunt 
Chicago, III. 
Arts Council 3,4; Junior CI. Pres 3; Vice 
Pres. 4; Blue Key 3,4; Vice Pres. 4; His- 
torical Soc. 2,3; Loyolan 2; Loyola News 
1,2; Sports Editor 2; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4; 
Vice Pres. 4; YD's 3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 
1,2,3,4; Secretary 3,4; Variety Show 3; 
Producer 3. 

VAN GOETHEM, SANDRA J. 

7109 Riverside 

Berwyn, III. 

Chi Theta Epsilon 2,3,4; Curtain Guild 

2,3; SAL 3,4; Senior Class Fund Com. 

VAN KLAVEREN, JUDITH ANN 

101 1 1 S. Calumet 

Chicago, III. 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3, 

Vice Pres. 3; YRS 1. 

VANUCCI, JAQUELINE A. 
4535 S. Christiana 
Chicago, III. 
SNEA 4. 

VILLINSKI, VINCENT E. 

1479 W.72 PI. 

Chicago, III. 

Accounting Club 4; Treas. 4; Beta Alpha 

Psi 3,4; Treas. 3,4. 

VITULLO, ANTHONY R., JR. 
3034 N. Nagle 
Chicago, III. 
Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Sec. 4. 

VYDRA, KENNETH J. 

4524 W. Lawrence 

Chicago, III. 

WACEK, CAROL J. 

6515 S. Karlov 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Corr. Sec, 4; 

Senior Class, Sec; SNAI, 1,2; Program 

Planning Comm. 2; YR's, 2. 

WAHL, GERALD, F. 

555 ORANGE 

Elgin, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau, 2,3,4; Tau Kappa Episilon, 

2,3,4. 



WALIGORSKI, CONRAD, P. 
2929 N. Ridgeway 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc, 3; Pol. Sci. Soc. 4. 

WALJESKI, KATHLEEN,D. 
12221 S. Wallace 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 2; Fine Arts Club 1; Foreign 
Students Assoc. 2,3; Hist. Soc. 1; Human 
Relations Club 1,2; Modern Lang. Club 1, 
2; Pres. 2,3; Pol Sci. Club 2; Psych. Club 
4. 

WALSH, JOHN J. 

2844 N. Major 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4; Treas. 2,3; 

Parliamentarian, 4. Bellermaine Phil. Club 

1; Hist. Soc. 1,2; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2. 

WALSH, SHEILA A. 
601 S. Elmwood 
Oak Park, Illinois 
C.S.N. C. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Jr. 
Class President; Loyola Women 1; Loyo- 
lan 2; Miss Loyola Candidate 3; Nursing 
Council 2,3; SAL 1,2,3,4; SNAI 1,2,3; 
Soph class Pres.; Wassmann Bio. Soc. 1. 

WAPOLE, M. MlCHAELE 

4716 N. Hamlin 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Hist. Soc. 3; Theta 

Chi Alpha 2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 

WARD, WILLIAM Z. 

1017 S. Monitor 

Chicago, Illinois 
WCISLO, JOSEPH G. 

5622 S. Fairfield 

Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Blue Key 3,4; SAM 
1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2; Sigma Lambda Beta 
3,4; Student Ass. University College 2,3, 
Pres. 3; Tau Delta Phi 2,3,4; Union Board 
3,4, Vice-Chairman, University College 
Club 2,3, Treas. 3, Pres. 3. 

WEINBERG, MARILYN G. 

5816 N. Sheridan 

Chicago, Illinois 

Class Treasurer 4; SAMA 1,2,3,4; Student 

Council 4. 

WELLS, WALTER R. 

1 17 S. Elmhurst 
Mt. Prospect, Illinois 
AUSA 1,2, Marketing Club 3,4; SAM 4; 
YD's 1,2,3,4. 

WHALEN, ANN M 

P.O. Box 66 

Twin Lakes, Wisconsin 

CSNA 4, Loyaquin 2; Nursing Council 

1, Freshman Vice-Pres. 1; SNAI 3; Wass- 

man Bio. Soc. 1 ,2. 

WHALEN, MARGARET A. 

817 Pearson 

Des Plaines, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Delaware Hall Judiciary 

Council 2; Equestrian Soc. 1; Fine Arts 

Club 2; Hist. Soc 1,2,3; SAL 1,2,3,4. 

WHILDIN, DENNIS 
4016 N. Francisco 
Chicago, Illinois 
Pol. Sci. Club 4. 

WHITE, WILLIAM B. 

2120 N. Newland 

Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. 

Vice-Pres. 4. 

WIADUCK, HAROLD J. 

834 S. Scoville 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3,4; Class Secretary 

3; Commerce Council 3; Econ. Finance Soc. 

4. 



WIERBROWSKI, THEODORE A. 
4402 S. Mozart 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4, President 4; Alpha 
Sigma Nu 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3, President 4; Beta Gamma 
Sigma 3,4, President 4; Phi Sigmo Tau 
3,4. 

WILLIAMSON, GORDON G. 

2548 S. Washtenaw 

Chicago, Illinois 

Dent School Choir 1,2,3,4; Psi Omega 

1,2,3,4. 

WINGELNIK, KENNETH S. 
5621 S. Bishop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Men 4. 

WIZNIAK, IRENE V. 
4873 W. Wabansia 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2,3, Pres. 4; 
ISC 4; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Treas. 
3, Pres. 4; Marketing Club 2,3,4; SAL 
2,4; Student President's Comm. 4; YD's 
1,2. 

WOLF, JAMES J. 

1 444 S. Gunderson 

Berwyn, Illinois 

WOLSKI, GERALDINE C. 

3315 N. Springfield 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,3, Float Chmn. 2; Fine Arts 

Club 1,2; Hist. Soc. 1,2; Human Relations 

Club 1,2,3; Loyolan 2,3,4, Senior Ed. 4; 

Loyolan Awards Comm. 3; SAL 2. 

WOLSKI, KENNETH P. 

3337 W. 55th. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Bowling Team 2; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4; 

Wassmann Bio. Soc. 1,3,4. 

WOYNEROWSKI, JEROME J. 
4503 S. Troy 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3,4; Debate Soc 1,2,3,4, 
Archivst 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Delta 
Sigma Rho 3,4, Secretary 3,4; Fine Arts 
Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Fine Arts Comm. 
(Union Board) 4, Co-Chmn. 4; Gerard 
Manley Hopkins 3,4; Loyolan 3, Captions 
Ed. 3; Loyola News 3,4. 

ZAPPA, ROSALIE T. 

2858 Diversey 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; 

LOYOLA NEWS 3,4; Hist. Soc. 1,2,3,4. 

ZDERADICKA, JILL I. 

7423 N. Oconto 

Chicago, llinois 

Alpha ha Tau Delta 3,4; Coed Club 1; 

CSNC 1,2,3,4, S^c-Treas. 4; SAL 1,3,4; 

SNAI 1,2,4. 

ZELESKO, KATHY M. 
3725 S. Highland Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
CSNC 4; Glee Club 1,3; Nursing Council 
2; Sophomore Class Treasurer; SAL 2,4; 
Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; SNAI 2,3; Wass- 
mann Bio. Soc. 1 ,2. 

ZITTNAN, MELANIE J. 

4335 W. 25th Place 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2,4; Kappa Beta Gamma 

1,2,3,4, Corres. Sect. 3, Treas. 4; SAL 

1,2,3,4; SNEA 4. 

ZIMMERMANN, KAREN M. 
9108 S. Cottage Grove 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 3. 

ZYKS, LOIS I. 
3653 W. Eddy 
Chicago, Illinois 



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PHOTOGRAPHY INDEX 



— A — 

ABEL, DR. HERBERT 139 

ABENE, ROBERT MICHAEL 239 

ADAMS, JERRY STEVEN 352 

ADAMS, JOHN C. 187 

ADLER, JEAN ELLEN 222, 273 

AKERS, PAUL 239, 399 

ALBERTI, DR. MAURIRE 164 

ALBRECHT, GERALD FRANCIS 294, 335 

ALESSI, CASPER J., JR. 298, 328, 329 

ALLEN, KAREN A. 229 

ALLISON, JOHN 347 

ALLISON, DR. JOHN 160 

ALOI, NICK 338 

AMAR, BENEDICT, ALBERT 240, 24 1 

AMAR. YVONNE 240, 241 

AMATURO, DENNIS M. 327 

AMATURO, DR FRANK 162, 160 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR JOHN 340 

ANDERSON, DON 239, 189 

ANDERSON, JAMES 277 

ANDERSON, RAYMOND, 214 

ANDERSON, KENNETH W. 33, 335 

ANDERSON, SHIRLEY 188 

ANDERSON, TERRY WAYNE 214 

ANDERSON, THOMAS P. 135 

ANDRE, MARJORIE 143 

ANGEL, MARY ANN 206, 248 

ANGERBAUER. KENT 312 

ANGLUM, ESSIE 180, 181 

ANNARINO, JIM 330 

ANNORINO, JAMES 241 

AOBA, TSUN EO 312 

APKARIAN, MARGARET 188 

APOSTOL, ROBERTO Z. 143 

APPELGRIN, RAY 347 

ARMAO, MICHAEL CHARLES 328 

ARNOLD, DR. LLOYD 143 

ARREGUIM, MARGE 181 

ATHAS, GUS 251 

ATKUS, BERNADETTE E. 296, 355 

AUMULLER, JEANETTE M. 376 

AURIENE, MICHAEL DENNIS 327 

AVERY, DENIS 290 

AZZOLI, SALVATORE 174 

— B — 

BACKER, CHARLES 190 

BABCOCK, EDWARD 199 

BABOWICZ, EDWARD 140 

BAGLEY, HUGH 214 

BALAWENDER, CONSTANCE 205, 229 241 

BALDWIN, MATTHEW 218 

BALTZ, PAUL 140 

BANDALA, MARY 238 

BANNAN, DR. JOHN 143 

BARABOWSKY, GEORGE 330 

BARATTA, CAROL 318, 319 

BARKER, JERMEMY 17, 141 

BARNICLE, MARTIN 342 

BARON, RON 391 

BARRELIER, EDWARD 330 

BARRETT, MRS, MARGARET 297, 352 

BARRETT, PAUL 50, 51, 204 

BARRY, ANDREW 398, 399 

BARRY, DR. JAMES 140 

BARRY, RICHARD 276 

BART, EDWINA 221 

BART, WILLIAM 21 1, 222 

BARTA, DOROTHY 189 

BARTH, BILL 171 

BARTLETT, PETER 204 

BARTOSZ, RITA 355 

BASICZYNSKYI, MARIA 237, 355 

BASIUK, EMIL 279 

BASS, RICHARD 238 

BASSI, ROBERT 210, 370 

BASSLER, JOSEPH 163 

BAUKERT, FRANK 326, 327 

BAUMHART, FR. RAYMOND 25, 135, 152 

BAUTISTA, PRUDENCIA 17 

BAYLOCK, PATRICIA 209 

BEAN, DOROTHY 187 

BECKER, RONALD 222 

BECKER, WALTER DR. 234 

BELECKIS, BOB 302, 303 

Bollock, FR. RAYMOND 147 

BELNIAK, ROSALIE 183 

BENDER, KATHERINE 238, 297 

BENJAMIN, MRS. MARIE 179 

BENNETT, ROBERT 246 

BENSON, MARGARET 318 

BERGEWISCH, REV. FRED 147 

BERGSTROM, ROBERT 243, 369 

BERLINER, DANIEL 341 

BERMAN, MICHAEL 285 

BERNOWSKI, ROBERT 287 

BERTAGNI, HUGO 330 

BERTAUX, SUZANNE 42, 186 

BERTUCCI, BRUNO 209 

BEST, DR. JAMES 161 

BIEL, MARIE 355 

BUDELL, NAOMI 31 1 



BIERI, REV. JOHN 172, 256 

BIELAK, RUSSELL 30 

BIELAK, GERALD 144, 225 

BIESTEK, REV. FELIX 18, 188, 190, 256 

BIGONGIARI, MARY 218, 288, 289, 355 

BIKUS, JOHN 206 

BILICK, VIOLET 279 

BILINSKI, BARBARA 345 

BILLIMACK, ROBERT 204, 205 

BILODEAN, RAYMOND 266 

BILODEAN, MRS. MARGE 266 

BINOTTI, DAVID 347 

BINSKI, JAMES 21 1 

BIOUOS, MARY 204 

BISHOP, NANCY 355 

BISSELL, CUSHMAN 32, 258, 268 

BLACK, EDWARD 347 

BLACK, JIM 347 

BLAIR, EDWARD 32 

BLAIS, JOHN 342 

BLAKEMORE, JOHN 343 

BLANCHFIELD, THOMAS 298, 315, 343 

BLANEY, TONI 248 

BALSINGHAM, DR. EMILY 141 

BLASSAGE, GERALD 282, 295 

BLICKENSTAFF, JOHN 160 

BLINKHORN, ARLENE 308, 309 

BLOCK, JOHN 330 

BLOCK, WALTER 275 

BOBERNAC, SALLY 203, 345, 376 

BOCK, JOE 330 

BOGAERTS, CHARLENE 222, 355 

BOLAND, DONNA 352 

BONAGURE, JOHN 330 

BOND, DENNIS 328, 329 

BONK, THOMAS 199, 214 

BOSTYAN, DICK 330 

BOUCHER, REV RAYMOND 142 

BOUGH, EDWARD 243, 245 

BOURGOULT, PRISCILLA 174 

BOUSCARN, LOUIS 258 

BOUTIOUS, JAMES 290 

BOWE, HON. AUGUSTINE 258 

BOWER, MARY 177 

BOWERS, KATHY 248, 360 

BOWLES, ALBERTA 293 

BOYLAN, WINIFRED 345 

BOYLE, PETER 141 

BRACH, ROBERT 366 

BRACY, WARREN 22, 206, 368 

f,RADY, LEE 50, 204 

BRANDIMORE, BOB 330 

BRANDSTRADER, BILL 171 292 

BRANDT, JUDY 284, 377 

BRANSON, VELDA 360 

BRAUN, REV, RICHARD 1 1 

BRAUNER, HEINZ 398, 399 

BREMMER, A. J. 271 

BREMMER, SUE 203 

BRENNAN, CAROLYN 391 

BRENNAN, JOHN 140 

BRESCIO, DR. NICHOLAS 161 

BRITTEN, LOU 218 

BROADWELL, LUCILLE 32 

BROCOWSKI, FAITH 210 

BRODERICK, DENNIS 144 

BRONSIAS, ALGIMANTAS 218 

BROOKER, WALTER 222 

BROOKS, MARYANNE 310, 31 I 

BROWN, GARTH 312 

BROWN, LAVERNE 144 

BROWN, JIM 330 

BROWN, PATRICIA 203, 206, 299, 318, 319, 

376 
BROZENEC, SALLY 309 
BRUEGGE, MARGO 352 
BRUMLEY, LYLE 138 
BRUNER, GLEN 330 
BRUNNER, PAM 352 
BRUSKY, ELLEN 209 
BRYANT, REV. THOMAS, S J. 147 
BRYN JOLFSSCON, GISSUR 177 
BUCKLEY, THOMAS 143 
BUDILL, MARY 238, 355 
BUDVAITIS, MARLYNN 240, 241 
BUGNITS, PAUL 175 
BUHL, MRS. HELEN 266 
BUHL, WILLAIM 266 
BUHRMANN, HENRY 336 
BURCH, DR WILLIAM 161 
BUREN, BARBARA 203, 345 
BURKE, HARRY 218 
BURKE, JAMES 230 
BURKE, KEVIN 214 
BURKE, ROBERT 330 
BURKE, ROMANA 188 
BURKE, SHARON 345, 376 
BURKE, TERRENCE 21 1 

BURLAGE, REV. CARL, S. J 136, 143, 275 
BURNS, ROBERT 169, 251 
BURRELL, DR. ELLIOTT 138 
BUSSCHER, WARREN 245 
BUTLER, GAIL 225 



BUTLER, THOMAS 251 
BUZZEK, DAVE 137 
BYRNE, PATRICIA 288 
BYRNE, SUSAN 214 
BYRNES, ANNE 352 



CALL, LAWRENCE 366 

CALLAHAN, DR. JAMES 258 

CALLAHAN, DICK 312 

CAMPBELL, DICK 347 

CAMPBELL, MATTHEW 342 

CAMPBELL, REV. THOMAS 283 

CANFIELD, CHARLES 153 

CANNING, LILA 238, 355 

CANNON, CHARLES 343 

CAPPIELLO, JON 347 

CAREY, JAMES 286, 287 

CARLO, ANNA 229 

CARLSEN, LAURENCE 234, 346, 347 

CARMODY, REV. CHARLES 147 

CARNEY, WILLIAM 258 

CAROBUS, JOHN 245 

CARPENTER, RICHARD 169 

CARR, MARY 376 

CARROLL, DONALD 369 

CARROLL, PATRICIA 210 

CARTER, BOB 347 

CARUK, FRANK 187 

CARUSO, JEANETTE 267, 318, 319 

CARUSO JOANNE 318, 319 

CASCIO, MARY 352 

CASSARETTO, GEMMA 215 

CAS5ARETTO, DR. FRANK 138, 199 

CASTIGLIONE, CAROL 352 

CATANIA, DR. FRANCIS 143 

CAVANAUGH, WILLIAM 140 

CELATA, FRANK 234, 291 

CELESTE, SR. MARIE 142 

CELTA, FRANK 234 

CERNIAK, GERALD 328, 329 

CHAPMAN, PAT 353 

CHATTON, TIMOTHY 347 

CHAVEZ, ROBERT 234, 312 

CHESNA, BARBARA 301, 203, 345 

CHISNA, JEANETTE 376 

CHORVAT, BARBARA 318, 319, 599 

CHOUKAS, DR. NICHOLAS 164, 161 

CHRISTENSEN, THOMAS 189 

CIHLAR, FRANK 282 283 

CINCINELLI, RON 205 

CIRCO, RUSSELL 146, 218 

CIRONE, JOHN 218 

CIZON, DR FRANCIS 188 

CLARKE, BERNARD 211 

CIPCICH, DENNIS 315 

CLARK, DR. EARL 140 

CLARKE, TOM 137 

CLARKSON, RITA 140, 241 

CLAUS, DR ALBERT 144 

CLAWSON, JOE 312 

CLAYES, DR. STANLEY 140 

CLUTTERBUCK. DONNA 309 

COGAN, LEE 250 

COLEMAN, JAMES 384, 388, 390, 392, 393 

COLLINS, CHARLES 347 

COLLINS, DEANNA 353 

COLLINS, MARY 355 

CONARTY, PAUL 246, 370 

CONLEY, JOHN 298 

CONLEY, DR. RAYMOND 271 

CONNAUGHTON, DANIEL 393 

CONNELLY, DR. GEORGE 143 

CONNELLY, DR MARY 181 

CONNELLY, TIMOTHY 270 

CONNER, CHERYL 353 

CONNIFF, KATHY 203 

CONNOLLY, COLEMAN 342 

CONRADI, ROBERT 340 

CONROY, JOAN 15 

CONROYD, MAUREEN 249 

CONROYO, DANIEL 257 

CONSIDINE, JOHN 221 

CONWAY, THOMAS 141 

COOK, JOHN 312 

COOK, CATHERINE 140 

COOK, KEITH 282, 298 

COOK, MARY 288, 289 

COOKE, DAVID 21 1 

COOPMAWS, SHIRLEYANN 355 

CORCORAN, MARIANNE 181 

CORR, MARY 285, 310 

CORSO, JOSEPH 214 

COSGROVE, RAYMOND 140 

COSTELLO, REV. JAMES 10 

COSTELLO, JOHN 291, 346, 347 

COULOLIAS, ALKIVIATHIS 342 

COX, DOROTHY 279 

COX, JAMES 257, 279 

COX, STEPHEN 33, 286, 298 

COYNE, ROBERT 250, 292 

CRISHMAN, THOMAS 251, 292 

CROKE, DANIEL 294 

CROKIN, JEROME 221 

CROSS, FERNARD 347 



422 



CROWLEY, WILBERT 32 
CRUMMY, JAMES 206 
CUDAHY, EDWARD 258 
CUDAHY, MICHAEL 258 
CUMMINGS, GEORGE 153 
CUMMING5, ROBERT 290 
CUMMINGS, WALTER 258 
CUMMINGS, WALTER JR. 258 
CUNNINGHAM, PATRICK 336 
CUSACK, THOMAS 302, 303 
CYR, RICHARD 222 

— D — 

DAHM, DIANE 355 

DAGENAIS, MARGARET 13a 

DALY, LAWRENCE 141 

DALY, RICHARD 141 

DAMIEN, YVONNE 279 

DAMERON, ROBERT A, 276 

DANE, BARBARA 288, 308, 309 

DANEK, TERRENCE 312 

DANNENHAVER, KAREN ANN 355 

DANZ, MICHAEL 21 1 

DARKINS, TOBY 341 

DASTIC, WILLIAM 291, 312 

DAUM, DR ARNOLD 141 

DAVENPORT, DELORES 360 

DAVENPORT, NANCY 360 

DAVIS, EDWARD 33, 189, 190, 293 

DAVIS. ROBERT 140 

DAWSON, DR. PAUL 161 

DE BARBIERI, DONALD 279 

DAWSON, MRS. SUZANNE 250 

DE BRUIN, GERALD 330 

DE BUTTS, JOHN 259 

DE CHATELET, LAWRENCE 178 

DE DOMENICO, PAUL 346, 347 

DEHLER. REV. WILLIAM, S. J. 143, 147 

DELA FONTAINE, ADRIENNE 203 

DE MOLLO, REV. ANTHONY, S. J. 45 

DEAN, THOMAS 258, 262 

DEINIHAN, MARY JANE 355 

DELANA, GENEVIEV 279 

DEL MONICO, RALPH 346, 347 

DEL VECCHIO, ANGELO 181, 275 

DEMAIO, KATHLEEN 31 1 

DEMEO, JOSEPH 218 

DENKEWALTER, ROBERT 221 

DEVITT, LARRY 218 

DEVLIN, WILLIAM 312 

DEVO, CAROL 360 

DEVOCELLE, LAWRENCE, CSV 218 

DHAWAN, DR AVIT 167 

Dl ANGELO, ELEANOR 190 

Dl MASI, SUSAN 51, 204, 205 

DICKASON, SAM 346, 347 

DICKERSON, CECILE 355 

DICKINSON, DR. ARNOLD 146 

DIDZERKIS, LORETTA 204, 205, 345 

DILLON, DIANE 318, 319 

DINGER, DENNIS 243 

DITZ, DR. GERHARD 155 

D'LOUVA, JACKIE 17 

DODGE, GEN. C. G. 215 

DODGE, MRS. C. G., 215 

DOERINE, RON 312, 313 

DOHERTY, PHILLIP 142 

DOLAN, THOMAS 143 

DOLE, ROBERT 204 

DOLLARD, JOHN 312 

DOLLARD, REV. STEWART, S. J. 158, 256, 257 

DOMAN, MELISSA 345 

DOMARK, DENNIS 312 

DONAHUE, JOHN 285 

DONAHUE, MICHAEL 298, 315 

DONOHUE, JOHN 156 

DONATELLI, ROSEMARY 139 

DOOLEY, MARIE 201, 203, 345 

DOOLING, MARY ANN 296 

DOOLAN, MICHELLE 355 

DOREN, JACQUELIN 189 

DORSCHEL, QUENTIN 259 

DORSCHEL, MRS. QUENTIN 261 

DOUD, DENNIS 245 

DOVIDIO, ERNEST 312 

DOWIATT, MISTY 355 

DOWNS, JOHN 295 

DOYLE, REV. CHARLES, S. J. 146 

DOYLE, JEAN 195 

DRAINE, DR. EDWIN 154 

DRESEN, DOROTHY 355 

DRESDON, S.F.C. ROBERT 142 

DRISCOLL, JAMES 298 

DRISCOLL, JOHN 214, 340 

DRISCOLL, DR. RICHARD 141 

DRITZ, J. MANUEL, S. J. 142 

DRUMMY, JOHN 137 

DRURY, MARGUERITE 277 

DULUDE, KATHLEEN 345 

DUDA, SUSAN 181 

DUDEK, JOANNE 203 

DUDEK, MICHAEL 239 

DUEHN, WAYNE 189, 190 



DUNN, RAYMOND 346, 347 

DUNN, T. ELMER 25 

DUNNE, EDWARD 270 

DUNNE, PAT 203 

DURKIN, TERRENCE 342 

DURKIN, THOMAS 284 

DUSZA, GERRY 291, 347 

DUYVEJORCK, KENT 347 

DVORAK, KATHERINE 240, 241, 353 

DWYER, MARGARET MARY 188, 190, 293 

DWYER, SHEILAH 294 

DYBA, THOMAS 272 

DZUIBINSKY, OREST 210, 21 1, 238 

— E — 

EAGLE, ROBERT 314 
EBERT, PAT 218 
ECKER, THOMAS 165 
ECONOMOU, RICHARD 330 
EFFA, MARGARET 230 
EGAN, JOHN 386, 387, 393 
EGAN, ROBERT 369 
EHEMANN, ALICE 203, 317 
EHRMAN, DIANE 345, 353 
EMANNEK, NICHOLAS 239 
ENDERLIN, SHERRI 296, 360 
ENGEL, EDWARD 23, 276 
ENGELHARDT, DR GEORGE 140 
ENGLET, DR. JOSEPH 155 
EULENBERG, ALEXANDER 268 
EVANS, CHARLES 166, 234, 312 
EVANS, JAMES 33, 234, 291, 312 
EVETT, REV. LESTER S. J. 160, 202, 273 
EWERS, TOM 187 
EYLE, AUGUSTUS 353 

— F — 

FAFORD, MARILYN 310, 355 

FAGAN, MICHAEL 342 

FAHEY, REV. JOHN 140 

FALLERS, DR. LLOYD 44 

FALLEN, JACKIE 353 

FALVEY, PATRICK JOSEPH 330 

FANNING, VIRG 137 

FARRAHE, JIM 312 

FARRELL, MRS. EVELYN 266 

FARRELL, FRANK M. 32 

FARRELL, MR. JOSEPH 266 

FARRELL, S. J., REV. WALTER 148 

FATINI, JOHN 312 

FAUBL, HERMANN 199, 222 

FEGAN, JOHN 399 

FEIDOR, DEE 31 1 

FELICE, S. J., REV. JOHN 9, 10 

FERONE, LOUISE 190 

FERNARDEZ, DR. LILIA 142 

FIELDS, EVERETTE 190 

FIERRO, MANNY 137 

FILAS, REV. FRANCIS 147 

FINAN, JAMES S. PATRICK 287 

FINNEGAN, REV. WILLIAM 24 

FINK, DR. MICHAEL 16 

FINN, MARK 330 

FINNELL, MRS. ANN 266 

FINNELL, MR. ELLSWORTH 266 

FINNERTY, TOM 21 1 

FIRIZOL, DR. SYLVESTER 154 

FISCHER, REV. FRANKLIN C. 256 

FISHER, JERRY 330 

FISHMAN, DAVID LEON 243 

FITCH, NINA 355 

FITT, ROBERT LEE 238 

FITZGERALD, EDWARD R. 366 

FITZGERALD, JOHN C. 257 

FITZGERALD, JOHN THOMAS 229 

FITZPATRICK, GERTRUDE ANN 355 

FLAVIN, JOHN 214 

FLECHT, ILKA 204 

FLETCHER, JAMES 202, 206, 268 

FOERNER, FRANK 328 

FOIEL, MICHAEL 251 

FOLEY, MAUREEN KAY 141 

FOLLICO, ERNEST 163 

FOLLRATH, PATRICIA 189 

FOOTE, WILLIAM 291 

FORD, MARY 308, 309 

FORMANEK, CHRISTINE 318, 319 

FORSTER, CAROL 360 

FOX, CAROL 32 

FOX, COLLEEN 309 

FOX, REV. ROBERT 147 

FOYS, RICHARD 210 

FRANCL, THOMAS 222 

FRANTONIUS, JOHN 298 

FRATUS, MARY 353 

FREBORG, THOMAS 232, 315 

FREUNDT, C. KENT 286, 287 

FRIEBERG, CARTER 139 

FRIEDMAN, FRED 218 

FRIEND, PATRICIA 345 

FRONTCZAK, MARY JO 309, 355 

FUERTGES, DAN 312 

FUGERE, SGT, THOMAS 142, 237 

FUJITA, MINORW 17 



FUNK, DAN 347 
FURLONG, CLAIR W. 268 
FURMANEK, SYL 291, 312, 313 

— G — 

GABCIK, JOHN 383, 393 

GABRIEL, LUCY 222 

GACH, BRUCE 239 

GAGLIANA, DR. JOSEPH 141 

GAKUES, PHIL 397 

GALIEJ, KATHLEEN 240, 241 

GALLAGHER, DR. LIGELO 140 

GALLAGHER, REV. RALPH A., S. J 186, 187 

GALLERY, KATHY 203 

GALLOWAY, BOB 165 

GALVANAUSKAS, LAWRENCE 347 

GALTON, PAMELA 199 

GALVIN, ROBERT 269 

GAMBLA, GERALD 346, 347 

GANGLULA, DR. ANTHONY 161 

GANNON, REV. MICHALE 147 

GANNON, MICHAEL 163 

GARCIA, DONA 345, 353 

GARRETT, GAIL 360 

GARTMAN, FRANK 237 

GARTMAN, CAPT. FRANK 142 

GARVEY, DENNIS 144, 343 

GASIOR, FRANK 330 

GAVIN, DON 32, 170, 251 

GAYDA, MARILYNN 238, 297 

DE GRYSE, RUBY 146 
GEARY, CATHERINE 146 

GEDDO, FRANCES 181 

GEIMER, ROBER 140 

GENELLY, SHARON 267 

GENDRON, NANETTE 355 

GERDING, JOHN 298, 343, 370 

GERIETTS, DR. JOHN 140 

GERRITY, TRISH 16 

GERRES, DONA 355 

GIBBONS, WILLIAM 271 

GIFT, BEATRICE 279 

GILL, WINIFRED 201, 203, 345 

GILLES, FREDERICK 25, 259 

GILMOUR. PETER 204 

GINEMAN, AUDREY 141 

GINNAN, EDWARD 341 

GIUFFRE, MATTHEW 23 

GIUSTI, MARLENE 310 

GLADNEY, EDWARD 239 

GLOWACKI, ROBERT 343 

GOEBERT, JOHN 268 

GOGGINS, ANN 204, 243 

GOLEC, JO ANNE 347 

GOLEC, THOMAS 347 

GOLJAN, KENNETH 167 

GONDECK, MARCIA 297, 352 

GONSIOR, ELAINE 310, 31 1 

GONZALES, SHERI 360 

GOODMAN, ERAN 167 

GORDON, ROBERT 267 

GORKA, JACQUELINE 308 

GORMAN, DR. THOMAS 140 

GOZE, KENNETH 340 

GRACYK, NANCY 345 

GRAEF, JOHN 222 

GRAHAM, BOB 218 

GRAMS, SUSAN 35, 37 

GRANCHI, ANTONIO 1 0, 1 1 

GANT, REV GERARD, S, J. 143 

GRANT, PAUL 186, 187 

GRAY, HORACE 279 

GREEN, BOB 291 

GREEN, STEPHEN 188 

GREVEN, JOSEPH 398, 399 

GRISWOLD, LYNDA 209, 297, 352, 353 

GRITIS, PATRICIA 317 

GRITS, RAYMOND 271 

GRODOWSKI, GAIL 21 1, 355 

GROENDYKE, WILLIAM 189 

GROHAR, BILL 399 

GROLLIG, REV. FRANCIS, S. J. 141 

GROSS, DR. EDWIN 146 

GROSSMAN, JEFFERY 340 

GROTHOUS, DR. BERNARD 160 
GRUBER, RICHARD 141 

GHUENTHEIR, DAVID 189 

GRUNSTEIN, CHUCK 397 

GUALTIERI, ANTONIO 222 

GUCCIARDO, PHILIP 366 

GUIDOBONO, MARY 189, 293 

GUIFFRE, LT. COL. MATTHEW 142, 214, 215 

GUINTA, ANTOINETTE 345 

GURNEY, DR. B. FRANK 164 

GUNDERSON, DUANE 312 

GURGA, JACQUELINE 311 

GUTEK, GERALD 139 

GUTTES, DR. EDMUND 138 

GUZALDO, MIKE 312 

GUZIOR, ANNETTE 355 



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HAAS, DAVID 330 
HABERMAN, JOHN 171 



423 



HACHEM. TOUBIA 142 

HADEK, DR. ROBERT 176 

HAFFLER, MONICA 270 

HAGAN, ALICE 218 

HAIDUK, HARRY 137 

HAINES, RONALD 366 

HALLINAN, PATRICK 328, 329 

HANNAH, SHARRON 355 

HANNON, JOHN 272 

HANRAHAN, JUDITH 229 

HARBERTSON, LANE 312 

HURDY, MARY ANN 230 

HARPER, MRS. JULIA 266 

HARPER, WILLIAM 266 

HARRINGTON, ELAINE 15 

HART, BONITA 222, 355 

HARTMAN, RAYMOND 251 

HARTNETT, ROSEMARY 146 

HARTSTEIN, ALAN 341 

HARVEY, MARYANN 288, 308, 309, 376 

HASBROUCK, JANE 355 

HASEK, RAY 315 

HAUBOLD, ARTHUR 147 

HAUPERT, THEODORE 199 

HAVERTY, SHEILA 345 

HARTZER, RON 347 

HAYE, JOSEPH 266 

HAYES, ALICE 143 

HAYES, REV. J. DONALD, S. J. 15, 143, 273 

HAYES, JAMES C. 168, 169, 257 

HAYES, JOHN 326, 327 

HAYES, MICHAEL 144, 225 

HAYES, PHILIP 204 

HEANY, PATRICIA 230 

HECHT, REV. TORRENS, S. J. 143 

HEGEDUS, JIM 312 

HEHMAN, DONALD 343 

HEIMAN, GERALD 347 

HELLER, DR. MARVIN 139 

HENELY, REB ROBERT 147 

HENDERSON, REV. LAURENCE, S. J. 137, 139, 
256 

HENNER, JO ANN 204, 205 

HENNING, BARRETT 298 

HENRY, MARIANN 267, 288 289 

HERALDSON, JOYCE 209 

HERAMANN, JOAN 345 

HERR, WILLIAM A. 245, 370 

HERR, REV. VINCENT, S. J. 146 

HERRMANN, JAMES 222 

HERSHINOW, HELEN MARIE 370, 376 

HERZOG, JOAN 308 

HEYDEN, ARTHUR EDWIN 232 

HICKEY, MATTHEW J. JR. 259 

HIGGINS, AUBY 137 

HILDEN, JOSEPH FRANCIS 204 

HILL, AMES ALBERT 282 

HILLENBRAND, DENNIS 282, 291, 312 

HILLENBRAND, THOMAS J. 283 

HEINDERSCHEID, MARY JEAN 355 

HINES, CHARLES M. 259 

HIPPLER, MARGARET MARY 310 

HISOAKA, DR. KINICHI 138 

HLAVARTY, LOIS M. 210, 376 

HOESS, BARBARA ANNE 238 

HOFFER, DR. ABRAHAM 144 

HOGAN, FRANK JR., 21 1 

HOGAN, KATHY 201, 203 

HOGAN, MAUREEN CAROL 201, 203, 345 

HOHNWALD, ERIC 330 

HOLLCRAFT, DONALD 33 

HOLLIS, CHRISTOPHER 151 

HOMAN, VIRGINIA 190 

HOPKINSON, VIRGINIA 345 

HOPKINS, JUANITA 21 1 

HOPP, CHARLENE 248, 352 

HORAN, KAREN 203 

HOSEK, CHRIS 203 

HOSKINS, TERRY 315 

HOSKINS, THOMAS 221 

HOUCHIN, JOAN 355 

HOWARD, HAROLD 141 

HOWE, JAN 360 

HOWE, MARGARET 391 

HOWLETT, MARY 344, 345 

HOY, PATRICK 259 

HUBNEY, EDWARD 330 

HUDE, HAROLD 137 

HUDSON, JOHN 138 

HUDSON, BRO. DONALD 20, 238 

HUELSMAN, HELEN 174 

HUGHES, PATRICK 327 

HUMMERT, DR. PAUL 140, 210 

HUNTER, ELVIS 312 

HUNTER, JON 21 1 

HUNTER, LESLIE 385, 386, 388, 389, 390, 393 

HURLEY, PETER 214, 342 

HURST, J. EARL 312 

HURTUBISE, REV. MARK, S J. 23 147 273 
343 ' 

HUSPEN, BARBARA 282, 377 

HUTSON, MR. JOHN 138 



IBURG, WILLIAM 199 
IERULLI, FRANK 312, 313 
IGGERS, DR. WILMA 142 
IMBUR, WILLIAM 230, 238, 241 
IMLAY, MARY ELLEN 308, 309 
INGEVALDSON, PAUL 239 
INDA, ARDEN 134, 315 
INGLES, EUGANA 312 
INGRAM, DEAN 312 
INSULL, SAMUEL JR. 259 
IRELAND, GEORGE 35, 382, 393 
IRELAND, KATHY 376 
ISSAC, LUCYAMMA 17, 189 
ISBELL, RON 347 

JACKSON, MICHAEL 199 

JACOBS, CHARLENE 203 

JACOBS, JAMES 294 

JACOBSEN, REV. JEROME V. S. J. 141, 194 

JAMES, ROBERT 312 

JANCAUSKAS, REV. RAYMOND S. J. 155 

JANULAITIS, VIC 239 

JARABAK, BARBARA 347 

JARABAK, DR. JOSEPH 116, 161 

JARAMELLO, LUIS 137 

JARECKI, RAYMOND 302, 303 

JAROME, MAX 286, 287 

JAROSH, SHARON 173 

JASKE, ALICE 294 

JASKE, PAUL 287 

JASELSKIS, DR. BRUNO 138 

JASKOSKI, DR. BENEDICT 138 

JASKULSKI, JOYCE 318, 319 

JASZCZAK, EDWIN 342 

JAVOR, BERNADETTE 345 

JAZBUTIS, CORNELIUS 189 

JENKINS, CHARLES 245 

JENKINSON, DIANE 345 

JERLING, JANICE 

JERS, LEE 291 

JINDRICH, CHARLES 336 

JOERGEN, FRANK 199 

JOHNSON, BOB 137 

JONER, ED 137 

JONES, LLEWELLYN 234, 347 

JONES, OWEN BARTON 259 

JOSEPH, KATHLEEN 355 

JOYCE, EDWARD 366 

JOYCE, JOHN 269 

JOYCE, ROBERT 259 

JOZWIAK, JOHN 152, 154 

JULIAN, MARY 352 

JUDGE, CHARLES 234, 330 

JUROWICZ, JOHN 218 

JUSKEVICH, ROBERT 303 

JUSKIEWICZ, BARBARA 282, 310, 31 I 

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KALOWSKI, CATHERINE 203 

KANE, ELLEN 206, 327 

KANE, MARY ANN 318, 319, 355 

KAPETENOVIC, MARY 209, 279 352 

KAPLAN, ALAN 243, 244 

KARELS, THOMAS 398 

KARIBO, JO ANN 352 

KARLAK, JEROME 222 

KAROS, CONNIE 203, 210, 345 

KARPOV, VICTOR 151 

KARWOWSKI, JAMES 336 

KASPRZAK, JAMES 140 

KASZONYI, PETER 204 

KAWANE, DONALD 312 

KAZAK, CECILIA 249, 360 

KEARNEY, JOSEPH SR. 32, 271 

KEATING, ARTHUR 259 

KEENAN, ROBERT C. 271 

KEHL, ROBERTA 249, 288, 289 

KELLER, RON 137 

KELLEY, REV. VINCENT S. J. 143 

KELLSTADT, CHARLES H. 259, 269 

KELLY, JAMES 225 

KELLY, JOHN 271 

KELLY, PATRICK 295 

KEMME, THOMAS 140 

KEMP, REV. JOHN S. J. 141 

KENNEDY, ANNE 355 

KENNEDY, ELEANOR 279 

KENNON, RUTH 189 

KEPNER, ROBERT 214 

KERR, WILLIAM 214 

KERRIGAN, NANCY 308, 309 

KERSTER, HAROLD 138 

KERWIN, CHARLES A. 258, 269 

KETT, PATRICIA 345 

KIEDROWSKI, MARY 209, 31 1 

KIEFFER, BARBARA 189 

KILEY, MARY LOU 344, 345 

KIM, RODNEY 312 

KINIERY, GLADYS 180, 181, 207, 376 

KINIERY, DR. PAUL 141, 158 

KING, MARY BARBARA 309 

KING, SHARON 203, 345 



KISKUNAS, GEORGE 214 

KITAGAWA, DR. GEORGE 44 

KLEIN, JOHN 312 

KLEIN, KENNETH 225, 336 

KLEIZA, VACLOVAS 189 

KLEMM, JOSEPH 214 

KLICKMAN, NANCY 337 

KLEIN, JUDY 221 

KLODZINSKI, JOSEPH 214, 221, 232, 375 

KLOECKNER, MARY 296, 355 

KMETY, DANIEL 214 

KNES, CAROL 345 

KNIERING, BARBARA 355 

KNIPPER, JOHN 239 

KODOSKY, THOMAS 366 

KOEHLER, RONALD 399 

KOLASINSKI, JAMES 31 

KOLLE, SUSAN 289, 309 

KOLLINTZAS, GEORGE 294, 298 

KONDOLEON, THEODORE 143 

KOPALA, BEVERLY 355 

KOPROWSKI, ELAINE 146, 206, 368 

KOPULSKY, MARY 153 

KORBAKIS, JOHN 346, 347 

KOSEL, AL 330 

KOWALCZYK, FLORENCE 238 

KOWNACKI, RALPH 214 

KOZIK, BARBARA 318, 319 

KOZLOWSKI, DENNIS 286 

KRIPPNER, BEATRICE 360 

KROL, EDWINE 36, 222, 376 

KROL, DR. ARTHUR 161 

KROLL, MARY 218 

KROGEN, MANNY 137 

KRUKONES, MICHAEL 249 

KRUSE, LANCE 347 

KRZYZEK, PHYLLIS 222 

KUBACKI, STANLEY 286 

KUBIAK, SUSAN 222, 355 

KUEHL, FREDERICK 383, 393 

KUFE, MICHAEL 315 

KUKINKA, JULIUS 140 

KULAS, DR. JAMES 140 

KULHMEY, REV. JOHN 147 

KULLA, MARILYN 288 

KURKA, FRANK 221 

KURTH, DONALD 312 

KUSEK, RICHARD 153, 275 

KUSMIRCK, BIONITA 237 

KUTA, VIRGINIA 138 

KUTZA, ELIZABETH 345 

KWASEK, JIM 330 

KWASNIEWSKI, PATRICIA 203 



LACKLAND, THEODORE 222 

LADONE, JOSEPH 312 

LAGIGKA, LOU 315, 317 

LALLY, CONSTANCE 355 

LAMAS, JOSE 298, 341 

LAMB, BOB 137 

LAMBTON, NANCY 353 

LAMZY, WILLIAM 169 

LAMMERT, ROBERT 397 

LAMONT, DANIEL 292 

LAMPING, J. DENNIS 134, 343 

LANDT, ALLAN 343 

LANE, MARTIN 282 

LANE, JULIA 181 

LANG, GEORGE 225, 282, 298, 336 

LANG, MARTHA 352 

LANG, RAYMOND 312 

LANG, RICHARD 340 

LANGFORD, CYNTHIA 203 

LAPINSKI, TED 315 

LAPLANTE, NELSON 143 

LAPORTE, ROSEMARY 229 

LARKIN, CLARENCE 330 

LARKIN, FRANCIS 340 

LARKIN, JOANN 210, 230, 243 

LARNEY, DOROTHY 139 

LARSEN, MARGARET 344 

LARSON, JAMES 295 

LASKOWSKI, MICHAEL 21 1 

LAUGHRY, GAIL 221 

LAUBE, VALERIA 172 

LAVIZZO, THEOPHILE 190 

LAWINSKI, BILL 218 

LAWLESS, LEO 187 

LAWLOR, FRANK 397 

LAWLOR, JEANNE 31 I 

LAXTROM, MOLLY 360, 296 

LEBLANC, MARIETTE 202, 274, 275, 376 

LEMIRE, GEORGE 312 

LEAHY, MICHAEL 240, 241 

LEE, ANNE MARIE 188 

LEE, ROBERT 290 

LEFEBRE, MARTHE 353, 391 

LEMKEY, DR. NAOMI 138 

LEMLEY, BARBARA 308 

LENARD, BARBARA 31 1 

LENZ, ROBERTA 299 

LEO, FRANK 199 

LEONARD, ARTHUR 259 



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LESAGE, ROBERT 218 

LESAINT, REV. WM., S. J. 148 

LESIEVRE, FR. DAVID 189 

LEWAND, JOSEPH 221 

LEWICKEY, MARGARET 355 

LEWIS, CYNTHIA 209, 352 

LEWIS, MRS. FRANK J. 260 269 

LEWIS, JEAN 269 

LEWZ, ROBERTA 316, 317 

LEYDEN, MICHAEL 272 

L'HEUREUX, DR. MAURICE 173, 175 

LIBERA, JEROME 312 

LIBERSON, DR. WILLIAM 176 

LIETZ, DR. PAUL 141 

LIEBMAN, MORRIS 268 

LIM, DR. EDWARD 138 

LIPINSKI, THADDEUS 397 

LIPUT, MARY 353, 345 

LISCARZ, JOAN 316 317 

LISKE, THOMAS 285 

LIVEHAN, MRS. ANNE 24 

LLARCA, LOUIS 287 

LLOYD, ROBT. S F C 142 

LOCKERT, CHUCK 33, 267 

LODA, TERESA 222 

LOFTUS, REV. JOSEPH S. J. 137 

LOLA, ANTHONY 140 

LOMBARD, GABRIEL 290 

LONG, EILEEN 35, 37, 282, 308, 309 

LONG, ELEANOR 288 

LONG, FLORENCE 290 

LONGO, ANDREA 310 

LOOBY, DENNIS 221 

LOSACCO, FLORA 142 

LOPINSKI, TED 221 

LOUGHERY, GAIL 377 

LOWELL, ROBERT 225 

LOWTH, JIM 312 

LUBACK, PHYLLIS 377 

LUCATORTO, DR. FRANK 312 

LUCERO, PAUL 293 

LUETRITZ, VIC 137 

LUCZAK, CAROL 17 

LUGAN, JAMES 142 

LUKACEVICH, ROSEMARY 243, 244 

LUKOWITZ, ALBERTA 308 

LUOTTO, JAMES 140 

LUSCHEK, RAENITA 299, 316, 317 

LYDON, ROBERT 335 

LYNCH, KAY 243 

LYNCH, MARYANNE 345 

LYNCH, MARY 355 

LYNCH, SUE 31 1 

LYNE, JERRY 382 

LYNNE, JERRY 393 

LYNOTT, JIM 312 



MABEY, MARIE 309 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM 229 

MADAY, RICHARD 298, 302, 303 

MADDA, CARL D. D. S. 27 i 

MADEJA, ROSEMARY 318, 319 

MADONNA, RALPH 312 

MADSEN, WILLIAM 222 

MAGGIO, CAROLE 345 

MAGUIRE, REV. JAMES S. J. 10, 32, 33 256 
257 

MAHALAK, EMILY 299, 344, 345 
MAHAN, GUY 139 
MAHER, EDWARD 147 
MAHONEY, ROBERT 250 
MAJKA, DARLENE 309 
MAJKA, JANICE 308, 309 
MAKEW, CATHERINE 316, 317 
MAKOWSKI, THERESE 297, 344, 345 
MALBY, REV. JOHN A. J. 272 
MALECKI, DR. HENRY 139 
MALICSI, ALBERTO 17 
MALINEAUX, MAUREEN 221 
MALINOWSKI, ART 187 
MALKOWSKI, JOANN 203 
MALONE, REV. THOMAS M. M. 44 
MALONEY, JEAN 37 
MALONEY, WILLIAM 277 
MANELLI, CAROLE 249 
MANION DENNIS 315 
MANN, JACK 163 
MANAK, JOSEPH 146 
MANNING, DENNIS 346, 347 
MANOR, TALMA 189 
MANZKE, EDWARD 384, 387, 393 
MANZKE, MARG 277 
MARANTO, FRANK 214 
MARDESICH, MATT 330 
MARIACHIS, JOSEDE 19 
MARIELLA, RAYMOND 138 
MARKEY, THOMAS 393 
MARKUS, DR. VASYL 144 
MARLIN, DONNA 279 
MARRIOT, MARY THERESE 237 



MARKEY, THOMAS 393 

MARLIN, DONNA 279 

MARRIOTT, MARY 237, 355 

MARSHALL, MARJORIE 33 

MARSICO, FRANK 328 

MARTIN, DR. JOHN 154 

MARTIN, EDWARD 312 

MARTIN, JOHN 298, 336 

MARTIN, REV. LEO S. J. 143 

MARTINEZ, ROSARIO 360 

MARTINO, JOHN 303 

MASEK, JAMES 242, 243 

MASON, ELLIOTT 295 

MASTRO, DONALD 315 

MATAYA, ROBERT 342 

MATOUSEK, DR. GEORGE 161, 162 

MATHYS, MARY 43, 316, 317 

MATOKAR, STEVE 312, 313 

MATRE, DR RICHARD 141, 156 

MATZ, JOSEPH 347 

MAUKOCH, INGELBORG 181 

MAURICE, JEROME 312 

MAWGEN, MRS. 296 

MAYER, FRANK 268 

MAYER, JOHN 336 

MAYER, DR. RAYMOND 155 

MAYO, DR. SAM 139 

MAZARELLO, THEODORE 17 

MAZWELL, ED 399 

MC'ARDLE, WILLIAM 232 

MC'AVOY, REV. JOHN S. S. 15 

MC'CAFFERTY, JOHN 266, 335 

MCCAFFREY, JOHN 259 

MC'CANN, ELIZABETH 257, 276 

MCCARTHY, BARRY 298, 340 

MCCARTHY, CATHERINE 266 

MCCARTHY, DANIEL 140 

MCCARTHY, ELIZABETH 141 

MCCARTHY, HANNAH 266 

MCCARTHY MARGUERITE 201, 203 

MCCARTHY, MARY 318, 319 

MCCLOSKEY, HARRY 257, 274, 275 

MELADY, GERALD MICHAEL 189 

MELCHIOL, JOHN 144 

MELCHIOR, DR. MORTEN 173 

MELLADY, DAVID STEPHEN 190, 282 

MELUS, MR. MARTHA 173 

MELVIN, JACQUELINE MARGO 31 1 

MENDEZ, BOB 330 

MENES, EDWIN 139 

MENKI, MARTHA 15 

MENEZ, DR. 24, 144, 193 

MENTAG, REV. JOHN 141 

MENTEN, TERRENCE TOBERT 397 

MERMALL, HUNTER L. 173 

MERRION, JOSEPH E. 259, 269 

MERTZ, S. J., REV. JAMES 139 

METELKA, CHARLES JOSEPH 218 

MEYER, CARDINAL 10, 1 1 

MEYER, DONALD 155 

MEYER, TOBERT F. 221 

MEYER, WM. 139 

MICHAEL, SISTER 189 

MCCLURAGE, JIM 330 

MCCLURE, MIKE 238 

MCCORMICK, MAUREEN 203 

MC'CULLOUGH, JOSEPH 155 

MCDERMOTT, MARGARET 181 

MCDONALD, GEORGE 199 

MCDONALD, DR. HUGH 178 

MCDONALD, MARGARET 35, 36, 37, 288, 377 

MCEVAY, JOHN 256 

MCGAARTY, JOHN 268 

MCGARY, SANDRA 355 

MCGINNIS, CATHERINE 266 

MCGINNIS, J. 266 

MCGINNIS, THOMAS 303 

MCGLYNN, RICHARD 221, 245 

MCGOLDRICK, KAREN 318, 319 

MCGARTH, MARY 279 

MCGRATH, MICHAEL 218 

MCGREENER, JACK 187 

MCHUGH, ROSEMARY 239 

MCINERNEY, JOSEPH 140 

MCKENNA, DENNIS 383, 393 

MCKENZIE, REV. JOHN 141 

MCLENNON, MARY 317 

MCMAHON, RICHARD 241 

MCNAMARA, EDWARD 85 

MC'NAMARA, GEORGE LEE 309, 377 

MCNAMARA, PATRICK E. 343 

MC'NICHOLS, NANCY JANE 279 

MCPARTHIN, MARG L. 191 

MCPARTHIN, MARY 376 

MCPHILAMY, BOB 137 

MCQUIGG, JACQUELINE M. 221, 345 

MEADE, DICK 137 

MEDICK, JUDY 203 

MEGAN, GRAY 230 



MEHL, JAMES B. 315, 221 
MEIER, ROBERT A. 153 
MEIER, DR. ROBERT 366 
MEKUS, SHARYN MARIE 353 
MEGILNITSLEN, DR. THEDORE 154 
MOKOS, RONALD FRANK 399 
MOLLSEN, CLIFFORD 346, 347 
MOLNAR, EUGENE 162 
MAVCELLUS, REV. MONACO 147 
MONCO, CATHERINE 303 
MONKEL, RONALD EUGENE 199 
MONTALBANO, CATHERINE 239 
MONTEILLE, REV. EDMUND 140 
MOORE, CARL EDWARD 138, 204, 21 1 
MOODEY, RICHARD 146 
MOORE, PHILIP MARTIN 143 
MORITZ, TERRY FRANCIS 327 
MOROF, ARNOLD SOLLIE 164 
MORRIS, WILLIAM 146, 204, 267 
MORRISSEY, AMME LOUISE 345 
MORRISSEY, JOE 330 
MORTELL, THOMAS R. 199 
MOSES, RONALD ROBERT 328 
MICHALSKI, JAMES R. 214 
MICHALSKI, GERRY 352 
MICHIELS, MARY R. 310 
MICKA, JOHN 347 
MICKUS, JOHN CASIMIR 336 
MIDDLETON, JOHN MARCUS 229 
MIDDLETON, SUSAN M. 309 
MIEDZIANOWSKI, BARBARA 308 
MILANOWICK, PHIL 347 
MILES, TOBERT HENRY 247 
MILLER, BURTON 312 
MILLER, DONALD 346 
MILLER, MARY RITA 309 
MILLER, PATRICIA ANN 289, 288 
MILLER, RONALD 25, 385 

390, 391, 392, 393 
MILLER, SUE 237 
MILLS, JOAN F. 31 1 
MINEHAN, S. SGT ED 142 
MITCHELL, KATHLEEN 203 
MITCHELL, RICHARD 190 
MITTSKUS, THEODORE CASMIR 222 
MOTLUCK, IRVING EUGENE 335 
MROZEK, EDWIN JOSEPH 199, 222 
MUELLER, TOBERT STRPHEN 347 
MUESPLE, STANLEY 140 
MULCAHY, MARY E. 308 
MULDOON, ED 340 
MULLENIX, NANCY ANN 201, 203, 

246, 318, 319 
MULLIGAN, REV. ROBERT 10, 32, 45, 

147, 256, 257 
MULQUEENEY, EILEEN NORA 249, 288, 289 
MUNDAY, DR. PAUL 146, 193 
MUNRO, GEORGE 137 
MURANS, DR. FRANCIS 154 
MURAWSKI, JOSEPH DENNIS 295 
MURPHY, LT. COL. CHARLES 142 
MURPHY, ANNE ELIZABETH 214 
MURPHY, DANIEL EDWARD 214, 295 
MURPHY, HAROLD B. 140 
MURPHY, MARCIA 360 
MURPHY, PATRICIA ANN 218, 352 
MURPHY, PATRICIA LOUISE 218 
MURPHY, TERRY 346 
MURPHY, THOMAS K. 295 
MURRAY, ANNE MARIE 189 
MUSICH, DAVID 303, 398, 399 
MUSKUS, EUGENE 326, 327 
MYSYK, NOREEN 238, 355 

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NALE, THOMAS WALTER 347 
NAPIERALSKI, EDMUND 140 
NAKEMATSU, KEI 238 
NASH, MARY 345 
NAZARZEWSKI, JOSEPH 199 
NEARY, PAUL 291 
NEILSEN, MARY 377 
NEKOLA, MARY 317 
NELS, BERNARD 218 
NELSON, ROBERT 247, 340 
NIARCHOS, GEORGE 155 
NICHOLS, DR. PETER 162 
NICOSIA, PAT 347 
NIEDS, JAMES 225 
NICBRASZ, MARK 238 
NIEKRASZ, MARK 210 
NIEM, AVIS 181 
NIKRIASZ, MARK 211 
NOETZEL, BOB 347 
NOLAN, BERNARD 214 
NOREK, MARILYN 310 
NOTARG, MICHAEL 269 
NOTA, REV. JOHN, S.J. 143 
NOTZON, MARTIN 239 
NOVARRO, ED 190 



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NOVOTNY, ROBERT 330 

NOWAK, EDNA 296, 355 

NUNEZ, MAXINE 355 

NURNBERGER, REV. LOTHAR, S.J. 143 

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O'BRIEN, JAMES 206 

O'BRIEN, MARY 299 

O'BRIEN, NANCY 37, 299, 344, 345 

O'BRIEN, THOMAS 239 

O'BYRNE, MARGARET 32 

O'CALLAGHAN, JOSEPH 214 

O'CONNEL, DR. JOHN 162 

O'CONNELL, JOHN 336 

O'CONNELL, MARY 353 

O'CONNOR, JAMES 343 

O'CONNOR 315 

O'DONNEL, JORIE 353 

O'DONAVAN. CATHLEEN 203 

O'GALLAGHER, JIM 204 

O'GRADY, DR DONALD 143 

O'GRADY, MARTIN 298 

O'HARA, GAIL 203, 345 

O'HARA, MARGARET 267 

O'HARA, MARY ANN 203, 209 

O'KEEFE, MICHAEL 232 

O'KEEFE, RICHARD 140 

O'KEEFE, PATRICK 246, 336 

O'LAUGHLIN, MARY 188 

OLECH, MARSHALL 341 

OLESKY, JEAN 3 ' 8. 319 

OLIVER, CANDACE 391 

OLSON, GEORGE 330 

O'NEAL, DICK 347 

O'NEIL, JOHN 346, 347 

ORENDACH. FREDERICK 347 

OPIELA, RALPH 343 

OSIKI, JOSEPH 144 

OSINSKI. LAWRENCE 222 

OSTRANDER, ROGER 230 

OSTROWSKI, CASIMIR 318, 319 

OWEN. DIANF 298. 355 
OLSON, ALDEN 187 
O'MALLEY, DR. JOHN 161 
O'MALLEY, JOHN 154 
O'MARA. DR ARTHUR 139 
O'MCARA NORTON 270 
O'NEILL, JOHN 315 
ORLOSKI, PATRICIA 141 
OSADYAN CHARLES 179 
O'SHEA, BONNIE 203. 248 
OSKAMP, ALFRED 155 
O'C il ' IVAM Wli I 1AM 294, 335 
OSWALT, FRED 291 
OTOOLE, WINIFRED 270 
OVERTHALL, MARIE 360 
OAKES, SUE 37, 310 
OBERLE, PATRICIA 355 
OBERT, ELIZABETH 355 
O'BRIEN, BERNICE 17 
O'BRIEN, DONALD 238 
OCHWAT, RICHARD 330 
OEHLBERG, RICHARD 225 
OSWALT, J FRED 234, 347 
OTTO, MICHELE 249 
OWEN, CHARLES 267, 326, 327 

— P — 

PACANOWSKI, GERALDINE 345 
PACER, ANDREA 203 
PALINSON, DR. EDWARD 138 
PALLASCH, BERNARD 266 
PALLASCH, MRS. MAGDALENE 266 
PANCERZ, DR. HELEN 125 
PANFIL, SHARON 310 
PANZARELLA, MICHAEL 397 
PAPADOPOULOS, ALEXANDER 141 
PARA, NANCY 355 
PARE, REV JAMES, S.J. 141 
PARKASH, MALIK 17 
PARKER, CHARLENE 37, 201, 203 
PARKER, JAMES 204 
PARKS, FRANCES 189 
PARSONS, HON JAMES 32 
PARTIPILO, ANTHONY, M D 32 
PARTER, GAYLE 203 
PASVIC, DR. HARVEY 138 
PATRIC, DR. GORDON 144 
PATRICK, JAMES 312 
PATTERSON, MILES 295 
PAWERS, REV. FRANCIS, CSV. 144 
PAWLOWSKI, EILEEN 318, 319 
PEALS, MARILYN 203 
PEDI, RICHARD 221 
PEINIGER, DIANE 33, 288, 376 
PEISS, DR. CLARENCE 179 
PELKA, LAWRENCE 218 
PELTZER, DONNA 318, 319 
PENA, DICK 312 
PENDERGAST, REV. JOSEPH, S. J 

134, 256, 257 
PEREZ, FRANK 384, 392, 393 



PETENEK, JANET 317 
PETERS, REV. EDWARD, C.S.P. 147 
PETERS, REV. WALTER 138 
PETERSON, JUDITH 309 
PETERSON, CHARLES, S.J. 137 
PETERSON, DON 187 
PETERSON, KEN 312 
PETOSA, BERNARD 141 
PETTINGER. BERNARD 214 
PFAU, KATHY 353 
PHILLIPS 144 
PIERCE, GREALD 266 
PEIRCE, MRS GENEVIEVE 266 
PIERCE, JEROME 336 
PIERCE, WILLIAM 343 
PIESZKO, HENRY 144 
PIETSCH, STEPHEN 303 
PINK, SUZI 204, 205 
PIRANO, ANNA 15 
PIRELLI, ALICE 310 
PODGORSKI, LAWRENCE 303 
POHLMAN, WILLIAM 214 
POLKA, ZANDRA 141 
POLONY, BOB 330 
POPE PAUL VI 10 15 
POPP, CHARLOTTE 308, 309 
POTKAY, CATHERINE 88, 240 
POTTER, DR. HELEN 154 
POULAKIDAS, TOM 312 
PRETE, NANCY 206, 368 
PRISCOLL, JOHN 340 
PRITCHARD, GRIFF 291, 312 

313 
PROCYK, MARGARET 296, 355 

377 
PROULY, DR. ERNEST 139 
PROW, ROSEMARY 309 
PRUNEAU, NANCY 204 205 249 
PUCIL, JOANN 353 
PULSIPHER, DAVE 312 
PU5IEKO, CONSTANCE 239 
PYLE, WALTER 250, 251 

— Q — 

QUIGLEY, JULIA 181 
QUILAN, MICHAEL 303 
QUINN, MARGARET, 189 
QUINN, WILLIAM J. 259 264 
QUINN, WILLIAM 251 292 
QUIST, HUGH 312 

— R — 

RABIDEAU, PETER 199 
RADLEY, KEITH 347 
RAFFERTY, SANDY 249 
RAMLJAK, SHARON JEAN 345 
RAND, PATRICIA M. 311 
RANDALL, DR WALTER 178 
RANK, LYNNE MARIE 355 
RAPACZ, KENNETH EDWARD 

23, 315 
RAPP, DR. GUSTOVE 161 
RAPP, JOAN R. 230 
RAPP, JOHN 282 
RAPP, ROSEMARY T. 296, 355 
RAPP, WILLIAM K 295 
RAPPEL, JAMES FRANCIS 

221, 289 
REARDON, JOHN 141 
RED, CLARENCE 330, 343, 346 
REES, JUSITH MELISSA 203, 248, 

309, 355 

REILLY, MAUREEN M. 345 
REINHARDT, FREDICK 10 
REISEL, DR, ROBERT 141 146 
222 

REITH, DOROTHY 189, 190, 293 

RELBOUSKY, LYNN 230 

REPKA, RONALD 225 

REPPEL, JAMES 214 

REPSYS, RIMANTAS 21 1, 222 

REYNOLDS, TRISH 391 

REZLER, DR. JULIUS 186, 187 

RHODENBAUGH, THOMAS 284 

RICE, JAMES 214 

RICE, MARY 141 

RIDDIFORD, PENNY 353 

RIDGEWAY, BOB 312 

RILEY, NANCY 35, 297, 352 

RILEY, THOMAS 303 

RIMOLDI, DR. HORATIO 146, 158 

RINGSTROM, SONIA 143 

RISSER, SHARON 218 

RITT, JAMES 144, 214, 225 

RITTLE, PAT 237 

ROACH, DR. FRANK 195 

ROBERTS, RICHARD 204 

ROBERTS, JEFFERY 335 

ROBERTSON, PATRICIA 173, 179 

ROBLES, MERCEDES 142 

ROCHELLE, RICHARD 388, 389, 393 

RODMAN, REV. HUGH 134, 257 

ROEHM, DANA 355 

ROHDE, ROBERT 25 



ROHS, MIKE 137 

ROKOS, ROBERT 330 

ROLL, REV. D. J. 225 

ROONEY GEORGE 312 

RONEY, ANNE 296, 309, 355 

RONIN, DONALD 218 

ROONEY, EDMUND 140 

ROSENBAUM, BOB 244 

ROSINIA, MICHAEL 234, 291, 330 

ROSS, JIM 170 

ROSSA, JOSEPH 291, 312 

ROSSI, LIDO 189 

ROTH, GERALD 199 

ROTH, WALTER 287 

ROTI, CHARLES 218 

ROUSE, WALTER 385, 391, 

392, 393 
ROZAN.'jAN 164 
RUBIN, LARRY 234, 291 
RUBING, JOHN 214 
RUDNIK, ROBERT 247 
RUEZ, JOHN 294 
RUFFOLO, JOHN 238 
RUFFOLO. NATALIE 310, 311 
RUOFF, GARRY 290 
ROLL, REV. L. 144, 275 
RUSSELL, DR. JAMES 139 
RUST, REV. CHARLES 141 
RUZICKA, DOLORES 360 
RYAN, EDWARD 312 
RYAN, MARY 360 
RYAN, MARY ANNE 15 
RYAN, PATRICK 298, 326, 327 

— S — 

SAALFELD, ALAN 398, 399 

SACOMANO, JOANNE 309 

SAKAMOTO, MICHIKO 17 

SALETTA, CHRISTINE 279 

SAMMAN, MICHAEL 168 

SANCHER, ADRIENNE 308 

SANDERS, THOMAS 276 

SANNA, VERNON 330 

SANTANGELO, DR. MARIO 161, 163, 
167 

SANTOGROSSI, RITA 360 

SANTUCCI, BARBARA 290 

SANTUCCI, MARIANNE 318, 319 

SASS, DAVID 239 

SASSEN, JAMES 276 

SAUL, JOHN DR. 199 

SAUNDERS, DICK 312 

SAWICKI, STANLEY 187 

SCANLON, MARGARET 137 

SCERRI, LOUIS 149 

SCHAGER, SUSAN 50, 204 

SCHALKE, MARGARET 345, 353 

SCHARDON, STANLEY 343 

SCHEER, JOHN 214 

SCHIAVONE, CAROLE 24, 360 

SCHILTZ, TOM 218 

SCHIRMER, GEORGE 232 

SCHMIDT, JAMES 199 

SCHMIDT, LAWRENCE 22, 315, 343 

SCHMIDT, WILLIAM 267 

SCHMITT, WILLIAM 295 

SCHMITZ, BARBARA 218 

SCHMITZ, FRED 225 

SCHMITZ, TERESA 360 

SCHMUCKER, JOHN 342 

SCHNEIDER, JAMES 342 

SCHNIBBEN, CHARLES 330 

SCHNOEBELEN, CHERYLE 221, 
345 

SCHODER, REV. RAYMOND 18, 

139 
SCHOEN, JERRY 312 
SCHOEN, DR. PHILLIP 162 
SCHOEN, DR. WILLIAM 162, 257 
SCHOENBAUM, MATTHEW 188, 257 
SCHULIEN, JOHN 298 
SCHULTE, JOSEPHINE 141 
SCHUTTLER, CARLYN 310, 311 
SCHWARZENBURG, DR. FRANCIS 18 
SCHWEGEL, ANTHONY 326, 327 
SCHWEITZER, GLENN 330 
SCHWIND, CAROLYN 355 
SCHWIND, WILLIAM 326, 327 
SCIARRA, JOE 312 
SCIARTINO, DR. ROSARIO 146 
SCUDDER, CHARLES 174 
SCULLY, DR NORBERT 138 
SEGNI, ANTONIO 10, 1 1 
SEIDEL, JOYCE 203, 344, 345, 376 
SELEFRIDGE, DR. FREDERICK 172, 

173 
SELKO, ROBERT 204 
SELLETT, JIM 330 
SENESE, MARY JANE 17 
SENFT, JAMES 222 
SERWATKA, JAMES 31 
SEVICK, JOSEPH 303 



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SEXTRO. FRED 270 
SEYMOUR, JACK 137 
SHANNON, MARY 237 
SHEARIN, ROBERT 51, 204, 

238 
SHEEHAN, DR. JOHN 172, 173 
SHEEHAN, MAUREEN 179 
SHELLEY, MARY 51, 204, 205 
SHERIFF, J. RAYMOND 152, 257, 

286 
SHERMAN, DENNIS 205 
SHUKES. RICHARD 330 
SICKS, DON 222 
SIDELL, NAOMI 21 1, 238, 

310, 376 
SIGNATUR, EDWARD 50, 141 
SILL, VINCENT 259 
SINEK, WILLIAM 259 
SISLO, JIM 330 
SKACH, REV, CHARLES 147 
SKORY, JAMES 343 
SKUBLE, DEAN 312 
SKVIER, MARY JANE 299, 308, 

309, 377 
SLIVKA, MARYANN 308, 309 
SLOAN, MRS MARY 181 
SLOMINISKI, REV GEORGE 147 
SMAGUR RICHARD 335 
SMALL, REV. JOSEPH 144, 193, 

275 
SMALLEY, DR. O. A. 155 
SMART, THEODORE 271 
SMAS, MITCHEL 199 
SMEBY, YVONNE 360 
SMITH, JACK 137 
SMITH, JOHN JR. 259, 269 
SMITH, KAY 159 
SMITH PATRICIA 345, 

352, 355 
SMITH, PHIL 330 
SMITH, RICHARD 238 
SMITH, ROBERT 189 
SMITH, RONALD 251 
SMOLEN. RICHARD 146 
SMORON, NOEL 50, 206 
SMYTH, NANCY 181 
SNITE, FRFD 269 
SOCHOS. ROSEMARY 21 1 
SOHM RICHARD 214 
SOLTYSIAK, JESSE 291, 312, 313 
SORENSON, DEAN 282, 290 
SOROTA, JOSEPH 250 
SOHOFN, DR WILLIAM 160 
SORVILLO, MICHAEL 298 
SOUDAH, HAROLD 330 
SPACEK, LEONARD 32 
SPICCI, JOAN 316, 317 
SPIEGEL, ELMER 25 
SPITZER, JOAN 243 
STABELL, EDWARD 330 
STACHYRA, MARCIA 283, 288, 297, 376 
STACH, ADAM 153 
STACK, COLETTE 237 
STACY, MARGARET 376, 377 
STAERK, CHARLENE 203, 318, 319 
STAMM, DR. RICHARD 291 
STANASZEK, CHRISTINE 318, 319 
STANEK, DOROTHY 355 
STANGER, JOHN 330 
STANNER, LAWRENCE 251, 292 
STANTON, HERBERT 234, 312 
STARCH, JUDITH 355 

STARKOVICH, JOHN 204 
STASSEN, STAN 335 

STEARNS, CHARLES 330 

STEINBRECHER, JOAN 201, 274, 299 

STEMBERK, CONSTANCE 376 

STENZEL, IRVIN 189 

STERNS, VODY 353 

STETKEWYCZ, DR. JAROSLAV 45 

STEVENS, ED 232 

STEWART, PAUL 25, 189, 190, 293 

STIFT, VIRGINIA 308 

STIGMAN, JACQUELINE 353 

STINSON, DONALD 146, 206, 368 

STONE, JAN 209 

STONE, W CLEMENT 32 

STOTT, HUBERT 312, 313 

STRATMAN, REV. CARL CSV. 140 

STRATTNER, RICHARD 141 

STROMM, LAWRENCE 340 

STRZYZ, ROBERT 238 

STUHMILLER, FRANCIS 277 

SUBAITIS, FRANCES 299, 310, 31 1 

SULESKI, DIANE 22, 355 

SULLIVAN, BOLTON 259 

SULLIVAN, FRANCIS 169 

SULLIVAN, GEORGE 242, 244, 282 

SULLIVAN, JOHN 346, 347 

SULLIVAN, ROBERT 214 

SULLIVAN, SUZANNE 288, 289, 355 

SULZMAN, BILL 137 

SUNDBERG, ELIZABETH 310 

SUR, ROSE 17 



SVALINA, STEVE 347 

SVAGLIC, DR. MARTIN 140, 238 

SWANISH, DR. PETER 155 

SWEITZER, EDNA 179 

SWENSON, ROGER 137 

SWICK, THEOPHANE 203 

SWIERKOWSKI, TOM 330 

SWIETON, KATHLEEN 311 

SZAROWICZ, DIANE 141 

SZATKIEWICZ, RICHARD 161, 163, 331 



TALANO, CATHERINE 238 

TALKIN, REV. RALPH S.J. 273 

TALSO, JEANETTE 355 

TAMMEN, VICKI 309, 355 

TARR, JEFFREY 335 

TASTO, JAMES 290 

TATO, DR. PATRICK 161, 167 

TAYLOR, JOSEPH 141 

TEICHMAN, RAYMOND 141 

TERREL, RICHARD 259 

TESSARI, NATALIE 345 

THACHET, TOM 176 

THEIS, BILL 206 

THOMAS, WILLIAM 330 

THOMPSON, REV. HAROLD C.S.J. 147 

THOMPSON, T. M. 259, 265 

TIECHNER, CYNTHIA 203, 31 1 

TILL, KATHERINE 204, 222 

TILLMAN, REV. STANLEY S.J. 143 

TILTGES, ROSEMARY 296, 355 

TISHLER, IRVING 234 

TOBINSKI, DANIEL 221 

TODD, FRED 336 

TOMASZKIEWICZ, CECELIA 353 

TOMSIC, JO ELLEN 204, 205, 209 

TOPPING, PATRICIA 309 

TORME, KAREN 376, 310 

TOUCHARD, CECIL 330 

TAWERTON, DICK 347 

TRACHEL, BARBARA 352 

TRACY, REV, THEODORE S.J. 139 

TRAPANI, DREW 342 

TRAYNOR, WILLIAM 268 

TRIMBLE, SUSAN 355 

TRIMBLE, DR. WILLIAM 141 

TRISCHMANN, ED 248 

TRUITT, ROBERT 50 

TRUMFIO, DOMINIC 347 

TRUMFIO, DON 346 

TRYNER, FLO 15, 16 

TUMMILLO, EDWARD 222 

TWOREK, FRANK 222 

— U — 

URBAN, KENITH 204 

URBANCIK, GERALD WALTER 302, 303 

URBANOWSKI, MARTHA L. 188 

— V — 

VADAKEKALAM, THOMAS P. 17 

VALAITIS, AUDRONE ANNE 199 

VALIENT, VALENTINE MARIE 249, 310 

VALLEE, CHRISTINE J. 309 

VACULA, LORI 353 

VAINISI, JEROME 292 

VALIENTI, DR. JASPER 139 

VAN BRAMER, JOHN DOUGLAS 33, 139, 284, 

343 
VANCE, BRUCE 232 
VAN CURA, JOE 347 
VAN KLAVEREN, JUDITH A. 309 
VAN VERST, DICK 234, 330 
VANELLA, ANTHONY GRAHAM 341 
VARGA, STEPHEN V. REV. 147 
VEITH, CHUCK 330 
VERBER, RICHARD WILLIAM 211 
VERZOSA, MERCEDES LAHOZ 17 
VESELSKY, RONALD LEWIS 284, 340 
VIDOLOFF, JOHN 174 
VIGIL, MARGUERITE E. 353 
VILLINSKI, VINCENT E. 366 
VITULLO, MARGARET MARY 15 
VOGEL, JOHN 312 

VOGEL, STAN 330 
VOGELEE, URSULA 279 
VOIGT, MARY EDNA 189 
VOSS, JEAN 195 
VRTIS, CHARLES C. 259 
VYE, CECILE ANNETTE 140 

— W — 

WACEK, CAROL J. 288, 308, 309 
WADDELL, DONALD E. 336 
WADDELL, WILLIAM C. 397 
WAGNER, AL 383, 398, 399 
WAHL, GERALD FRANCIS 342 
WAHLE, KURT A. 189 
WALAVICH, ROBERT 267 
WALDECK, DENNIS 170, 251, 292 
WALDROW, JOHN 268, 271 
WALDRON, MARY 31 1 
WALFF, DR. JOSEPH 140 
WALKER, DR. RONALD 195 
WALOVICH, ROBERT 267 



WALSH, DONALD 340, 341 
WALSH, EDWARD 347 
WALSH, EILEEN 274 
WALSH, JOSEPH 285 
WALSH, REV. JOSEPH SJ. 135, 145 
WALSH, KATHLEEN 299, 310, 31 1 
WANAT, THOMAS 336 
WANTUCHOWICZ, LEONARD 335 
WAPOLE, MICHAELE 344, 345, 376 
WARTHEN, MARVA 179 
WASSERMAN, DAVID 341 
WAURK, DR. LEROY 146 
WCISLO, JOSEPH 282 283 
WEBB, JOHN 312 
WEGS, THOMAS 326, 327 
WEIGEL, REV. GUSTAV S.J. 45 
WEILAND, JEROME 383 
WEINBERG, MARILYN 290 
WEINSTEIN, SANDRA 267, 345 
WEISBROD, CHARLES 139 
WEISBROD. ANITA 50, 204 
WEISEN'BERGER, ROBERT 221 
WEISMAN, GARY 174 
WELLER, REV. PHILLIP 147 
WELLINGTON, FR, JOHN 139 
WELLS, WALTER 221, 232 
WERTERICH, JERRY 341 
WESTBROOK, JEAN 140 
WEYERSTRAHS, BARBARA 203 
WHALEN, MARY 353 
WHITE, JACQUELINE 230 
WHITE, VALTON 163 
WHITE, WILLIAM 199, 366 
WHITE, WILLIAM F. 366 
WHITTIER, FRED 290 
WIATER, 291, 330 
WICKELL, BARBARA 190 
WIEBLER, JAMES 188, 195 
WIEDEL, MICHAIL 171 
WIENCEK, SANDRA 21 1 

WIERBOWSKI, THEODORE 366 

WILDERSON, JOSEPH 230 

WILHELMI, DION 195 

WILLIAMS, DAVID 285 

WILLIAMS, DON 298, 328, 329 

WILLIAMS, IRMA 21 1, 316, 317 

WILLIAMS, SUELLEN 391 

WILSON, DR. CHARLES 215 

WILSON, MRS. CHARLES 215 

WILSON, JOHN 189 

WILT, DR. JAMES 138 

WINIECKI, CAMILLE 318, 319 

WINKLEY, THOMAS 189 

WINSLOW, JUDITH 355 

WISNIEWSKI, WAYNE 225 

WITT, PATRICIA 294 

WIZNIAK, IRENE 201, 203, 299, 318, 319 

WOLFF, DR. JOSEPH 136 

WOLOSKI, VICKI 360 

WOLOSEVICK, JOHN 238 

WOLSKI, GERALDINE 247 

WOOD, CHUCK 387, 393 

WOOD, PAUL 142 

WOODRUFF, ROLAND 239 

WOODS, EARLINE 188 

WOODWARD, CHUCK 340 

WORMSER, REV. VALJEAN 147 

WOYNEROWSKI, JEROME 206, 210, 368 

WOZNIAK, DR. JOHN 139 

WRIGHT, RAYMOND 340, 341 

WYLDE, MRS. ELEANOR 161, 163 

WROBEL, LANCE 239 

WUJEK, NORBERT 239 

YAKIMISKY, JOHN 222 
YAMAHA, MIDORI 17 
YONTEM, MARILYN 189 
YOSEPIAN, JEAN 17 
YOTIS, DR. WILLIAM 176 

— Z — 

ZABKAR, REV. LOUIS S.J. 18 

ZABRENSKI, RICHARD 239 

ZAHN, DR. GORDON 146 

ZALEMON, DR. MAURICE 162 

ZANTEK, CASIMIR 189 

ZARANTONELLO, CAMILLE 210, 222, 297 

ZAWADZKI, RICHARD 330 

ZEBNIK, STAN 204 

ZDERADICKA, JILL 267, 309 

ZEI, JOHN 341 

ZEIMER, ERIC 342 

ZELENKOV, PETER 218 

ZIEMBA, PAULINE 310 

ZIMA, VICKI 215 

ZIMMERMAN, THOMAS 343 

ZITTNAN, MELANIE 318, 319 

ZIZIC, WILLIAM 330 

ZMINA, CAROLE 318, 319 

ZMUDKA, VICTORIA 288, 289 

ZOSTAUTAS, LEROY 218 

ZUREK, DENNIS 330 

ZOETINA, JOHN 154 



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On this last page of the 1964 Loyolan I can fin- 
ally stop editing and indulge in a little editorializing 
. . . finally I can yield to a temptation which at 
times has been almost overpowering . . . 

We have strived for a maximum of organization 
. . . with a minimum of confusion . . . sometimes the 
reverse seemed to reign . . . we each started out 
with one job to do . . . and ended up with six . . . 
our five hour days became twelve hour nightmares 
... to my recollection we never made a deadline 
. . . our schedule was revised . . . expediency was the 
guide . . . and despite some midyear doubts, here it 
is ... all I can do is shake my head and ask how . . . 
But then the real reason for giving me this page 
is to tell you, our patient readers, exactly how the 
book finally did get finished ... no snow, the real 
reasons . . . 

The one thing I learned early in this venture is 
that a successful yearbook requires two things . . . 
the cooperation of the entire University and a com- 
petent and willing staff . . . the 1964 Loyolan has been 
blessed with both in large quantities .to the follow- 
ing people, then, go my most humble thanks . . . 
To Mr. Bernard Cullen . . . whose most difficult 
job of moderator I have tried to make a bit easier . . . 
I am most thankful for your advice . . . you've had a 
pretty stubborn editor this year . . . but your patience 
and wisdom have won out . . . for the better . . . 
To Mr. Harry McCloskey . . . whose advice and 
suggestions have gone a long way toward making this 
book a success . . . and many thanks for the strings 
you've pulled . . . without which there would be no 
yearbook . . . 

To Irene, Judy, Barb and the other girls in the 
Dean of Students Offices . . . thanks for putting up 
with such a pest . . . 

To Richard Barry, Thomas Sanders, Edward Engel 
and all the others in the Office of Public Relations 
. . . your interest and pictures were most helpful when 
we were in our tightest spots . . . 

To all the people in the Athletic department — 
especially Jerry Lyne — who have been so patient 
about missed appointments and so generous with their 
photographs . . . 

To Brad Peterson . . . who represents our publisher 
... I really enjoyed those long-distance phone calls . . . 
my gratitude for your time and interest . . . 

To Austen Field Studios and Marshall Studios . . . 
get ready for even more seniors next year . . . 

To Mrs. Nomura of the Dental School and Mrs. 
Conneely of the Medical School . . . who identified 
countless photographs for us . . . 

Yet my literary ability is completely inadequate 



to express my thanks to the staff . . . 

To Bob Miles . . . who took on the monumental 
job of scheduling . . . and still found time to be my 
voice on the phone and right arm in the office . . . 
good luck next year, Bob . . . 

To Pat O'keefe ... I told you that being copy 
editor would be no picnic ... it was a baptism of 
fire to prepare you for Northwestern's School of Jour- 
nalism next fall ... I expect to see you editor of the 
Trib some day . . . the first Chicago paper to use 
ellipsis throughout . . . 

To Father Bryant . . . who managed to keep a 
sense of humor in our crises . . . yet who took the book 
as seriously as anyone . . . whom we constantly badger- 
ed for pictures . . . but without whose master photog- 
raphy we never would have gotten started . . . And 
to your chief helpers, Father, Jim Kilcoyne and Steve 
O'Shaughnessey . . . who always managed to come 
through when we needed them most . . . 

To Bob Bennett . . . identifications editor and 
fellow psych major . . . many thanks for a good job 
. . . and the psych comps aren't really that bad . . . 

To Bob Nelson . . . photography editor and human 
dynamo . . . many thanks for the help and the helpers 
. . . relax, you'll live longer . . . 

To Geri Wolski . . . our graduate editor . . . you 
were wonderful, Geri . . . and if the senior class was 
big this year . . . come back in about 1974 . . . 

To Nancy Mullenix . . . our index editor . . . for- 
give me, Nancy, for ever having a doubt that the 
index would be on time . . . and God bless your hard- 
working pledges . . . 

To Bob Rudnick . . . sales manager . . . you've 
done a great job . . . through your efforts we have 
achieved the largest circulation ever . . . thanks, 
Bob . . . 

Many of our staff members have been outstand- 
ing . . . and a few deserve special recognition for 
their work . . . 

Michele Otto . . . "Mike" . . . thanks for much 
hard work and high spirits ... Ed Trischmann . . . 
who did the Herculean job of revising the layout . . 
good show, Ed . . . Cecile Kazak and Mike Krukones 
. . . two of our best workers . . . 

Thanks must be extended to the activities and 
pledges of Alpha Kappa Psi, Kappa Beta Gamma, and 
Tau Delta Phi for manpower (and womanpower) when 
urgently needed . . . 

To the Tiger . . . who has patiently put up with a 
grumpy editor . . . 

There have been many others . . . too many to 
name here . . . but my personal thanks to everyone 
for making this an enjoyable and rewarding year. 



Jo Ann Larkin 
Bill Clark 
Bob Desjardins 
Carole Manelli 
Sandy Rafferty 
Lon Wright 
Jim Schmidt 
Barbara Wyerstrahs 



STAFF MEMBERS 

Kathy Bowers 
Toni Blaney 
Judy Reese 
Mary Ann Reed 
Mary Ann Angel 
Delores Davenport 
Brenda Marshall 
Valentine Valient 



Cindy Lewis 
Eileen Mulqueeney 
Bobbi Kehl 
Maureen Conroyd 
Nancy Pruneau 
Bonnie O'Shea 
Charlene Hopp 
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