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Full text of "The Loyolan"



GEORGE T. BRAVOS JR. 
EDWARD W. TRISCHMANN 

Co-editors 

VOLUME XXIX 








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Tragedy marked the beginning, tragedy and triumph 
marked the end of Cardinal Meyer's brief seven years in the 
Chicago Archdiocese. The disastrous fire at Our Lady of 
Angels called forth his sympathy and help to the bereaved. 
In the years that followed, his scholarship, vision, and leader- 
ship kept Chicago in the forefront of the social and liturgical 
renewals. Although a shy, reserved man, His Eminence was 
outspoken and forthright and impressed the Holy See. Im- 
portant appointments and honors came to him rapidly. 
Prominent among these were memberships in the Pontifical 
Commission for Biblical Studies; the Congregation for the 
Propagation of the Faith, Seminaries, and Universities; the 
Pontifical Commission for the Revision of the Code of Canon 
Law; and the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office. 

During Vatican II, Cardinal Meyer "came of age" and 
was termed the "American Voice at the Vatican Council." His 
scholarship, wisdom, and leadership impressed the Council 
Fathers and the world in general. 

In February, 1965, persistent pressure headaches neces- 
sitated the Cardinal's undergoing brain surgery for removal 
of what proved to be a malignant brain tumor. On April 9, 
1965, death came to Chicago's Shepherd of Souls. — R.I. P. 



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HIGHLIGHTS 18 

GRADUATES 54 

ADMINISTRATION 130 

ACADEMICS 158 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 228 

HONORARIES 248 

GREEK & RESIDENCE HALLS 264 

ORGANIZATIONS 326 

ATHLETICS 386 

GRADUATE DIRECTORY 416 

PHOTOGRAPHY INDEX . . 426 
ORGANIZATION INDEX 431 



Women of Loyola 




Receiving line at the Anniversary Ball 




Fifty down and forever to go — Loyola's 
4,000 coeds this year commemorated the day 
in 1915 when three women from the School 
of Sociology received their bachelor's degrees 
from the University. February 7 was chosen 
for special celebrations, which began with a 
Mass at Madonna Delia Strada, included a 
brunch, speeches and a fashion show, and was 
culminated in the evening's formal ball. It's 
hard to imagine a Loyola without women, and 
just as hard for many of the coeds to imagine 
life without Loyola. Some of the school's most 
active student leaders and servants are female, 
not to mention 7,000 devoted members of the 
Alumnae Association. In every type of ex- 
tracurricular activity, be it religious, athletic, 
musical, dramatic, honorary, co-curricular, or 
social in every branch of academic pursuit 
from the Stritch School of Medicine to the 
School of Business Administration, from en- 
tomology to English Literature; one finds the 
Loyola woman, striving to better herself and 
her environment. 




Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., assisted by 
Fathers Ralph Talkin, S. J. and Michael I. Gan- 
non, S.J., receive gift offerings for Mass pre- 
sented by Ellen Kane. 



Ellen Kane, Connie Karos, Barbara Juskiewicz, Mary 
Cook, and Lori Didzerkis prepare for the gift procession 
at the Anniversary Mass. 





A holf-century of fashions 
was one of the highlights of 
the Coed Anniversary pro- 
gram. Here Marie Rose, Pat 
Chapman, Sue S c h a g e r , 
Terri Loda, Carol Stitzer, 
Cynthia Lewis, and Jeanne 
Takitani present theirs. 




Mariette LeBlanc, Dean 
of Women, addresses 
words of wisdom to Loy- 
ola University Co-eds. 



Lori Glatt, '62, and Dr. Morgaret O'Dwyer, 
professor of History, speak on the role of 
Loyola coed graduates in the modern world. 





Terri Loda, Pat Chapman, 
Jeanne Takitani, Marie Rose, 
Lori Didzerkis, Sue Schager, 
Sheila Haverty, Gaye Bow- 
ers, Cynthia Lewis, and Carol 
Stitzer present a half-cen- 
tury of fashions. 




Rev. Fred Seidenberg, S.J. 
who introduced the first 
coeds to the University. 




Rev. Thomas Egan, S.J., Dean for many years, 
accepts gift from alumnae group. 





The Chez Paree was host to the annual Alumni luncheon and fashion 
show in 1953. 



Honore Lenk displays a TV set presented to 
the women's dorm by the Alumnae Association. 




Dr. Joseph A. Cantafio, D.D.S. presents Doctor of Durability degrees to two 
twenty-five year graduates at the annual Alumni Day. 



Alumnoe officers for the 
year 1957-58. 





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Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., enjoys a chat at 
the dinner observing the 50th Anniversary of Wom- 
en at Loyola with Winifred A. O'Toole, general 
chairman of the Anniversary Dinner; Pauline Fred- 
erick, United Nations Correspondent for the Na- 
tional Broadcasting Company and dinner speaker; 
and Letitia "Tish" Baldridge, former social secre- 
tary to the White House, who served as toast- 
mistress. 



Terri Loda, "Miss Loyola"; Mary Hanlon and Mary Madden, members of the 
Loyola class of 1918, the earliest represented at the dinner, and Ellen Mary 
Kane, president of Circumference assist in cutting the anniversary cake. 








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Mary Pat Shelley as Juliet. 




Jo Ann Carney as Anna in "The King and I. 




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Connie Balowander, Nancy Pruneau, Suzi Pink, and Mary Pat 
Shelley surround Jo Ann Carney in Brigadoon. 



Aary O'Gallagher, Lee Faust, and Nancy Pruneau as the three "Furies" in Electro. 





Toni Giarrantano as the ill-fated Desdemona in 
Shakespeare's "Othello." 



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In the Medical School, Dr. Lincoln Domm, Professor and Chair- 
man of the Anatomy Department, guides Graduate Student Diane 
Moses in microscopic slide findings. 




Agnes Piszczek, President of the So- 
cial Work Alumni and Gertrude Mack, 
social worker at St. Joseph's Hospital. 



An outstanding student graduate of 1965, 
Ellen Kane, was president of the national 
women's honorary, Circumference. 



Mary Lee Cullen, a summa cum laude grad- 
uate of 1961, winner of countless scholarships, 
an outstanding debater and lecturer. 




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The ceramics deportment may never recover from the 
feminine atmosphere introduced by dental technicians 
Dorothy Zojauskas and Barbara Jarabak. 




Alice McHugh, top scholastic graduate in 1963. 



Like most of Loyola coeds, Mrs. Frank J. Stangel (Lucille 
Anichini, '651) enters a career of marriage. 




Representative of hundreds of Loyola Education majors, Sandra 
Van Goethem, follows a teaching career. 




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Marilyn Norek demonstrates her cheerleading technique at a practice session. 



Yvonne Amar, Kathy Galiej, and Kathy Dvorak prepare copy for the spring issue of Cadence. Janet Delia, Editor of Cadence, 1963. 












Candidates for Freshman Class Queen. 



At right: Dean Harry McCloskey crowns Kathy Arendt at Freshman 
Queen. 



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Cecile Conrad, Editor of the Loyolan, 1963. 
Susan Strom, Editor of the Loyola NEWS, 1962-63. 







Janine Konauka, winner of a Woodrow Wilson Scholarship. 



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SUMMER TOURS 



San Cristobal, Indian trading in a 
color drenched market square, the 
mountains of Chiapas, strange students 
strolling across the sunny plaza, gener- 
ous students at Dumbach or Xavier 
Grill forking out some change, sweat 
and grimy hands, the austere, raw wood 
frame, and suddenly a school in a small 
Indian village thirty miles from the 
town. This is Loyola's Mission to Mexi- 
co, conceived and directed by Fr. Char- 
les Ronan, S.J. Eleven students of the 
University and six from Xavier in 
Cincinnati gave the summer of 1964 
to the belief that all men of all nations 
are brothers in Christ. 




Loyola summer tourists enjoy themselves in "Gypsy Coves," Granada, Spain. 



Europe 



The Loyola Summer Tour arrives in Paris, June, 1964. 




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Peru 




Framed at Tijuanacu, Bolivia 



A little time for monkey-business 
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Trapazoids of Machu-Picchu. 





Inca-view of Quenco. 




Good buy in any languoge. 



Mexico 



On the border between Guatemala and Mexico. 

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Selecting the site for the Trade School. 



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Digging the foundation of the Trade School. 

Pat O'Donnell and Joe Wcislo out horsebacking. 



First group prepares to return to the States. 





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One of the tedious, yet important, tasks of 
the third annual Alumni Day was the registra- 
tion of new members. 





Frank P. Knoll, general chairman of Alumni 
Day, and the Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. 
Vice-President and dean of faculties, greet the 
Most Rev. Raymond P. Hillinger, D.D., who 
celebrated the Memorial Mass. 



William Dooley, the only surviving member of 
the Golden Anniversary Arts and Sciences Class 
of '14 receives a memento of the occasion from 
the Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., president. 



Alumni Day 



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Alex Birren and his son, Robert P., representing 
the Silver Anniversary Class of '39, cut a piece 
of cake for the Very Rev. James F. Maguire, 
S.J., president. 




Father Mulligan, S.J., chats with editors from Chicago's 
four major newspapers: (left to right) Larry S. Fan- 
ning, Milburn P. Akers, Clayton Kirkpatrick, and Luke 
P. Carrol. 



Other persons participating in the Alumni Day 
were John Carmichael, sports editor, Chicago 
Daily News, Tom O'Hara, recipient of the 
Alumni Achievement Award, track coach Jerry 
Weiland, Father Maguire, S.J., and Joseph A. 
Cantafio, president of the Alumni Association. 




Graduates from every school in the Uni- 
versity and every class since 1909 gathered on 
June 13, for the Annual Alumni Day. Their re- 
union began with Mass at 9:15 celebrated by 
the Most Rev. R. P. Hillinger, D.D., who delivered 
a sermon on the "Importance of Alumni to a 
University." Breakfast followed immediately 
and then came a reception for faculty members. 
Lunch was served in the Xavier Grill with Pres. 



Cantafio, D.D.S. acting as toastmaster. In the 
afternoon members of the press and L.U. profes- 
sors delivered talks on everything from Greek 
Art to the Vatican Council II. A reception, din- 
ner, and dancing at the lovely, north side Edge- 
water Beach Hotel brought a day of making new 
memories and summoning old ones to a fitting 
close. 



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Father John McKenzie, S.J., receives the red 
carpet treatment on entering the Loyola Com- 
munity Theatre. 



Summer Curtain Guild 



The Summer Curtain Guild is a notable ex- 
ception to the inactivity of Loyola organizations 
during the long, lazy, vacation months. This 
year a new challenge was presented to the Guild 
in the form of an invitation to present a play 
before the National Catholic Theater Con- 
ference held in Detroit during the week of 
August 23-30. The play selected was Shake- 
speare's Midsummer Night's Dream, one of the 
successes of the last school year. The cast, under 
the direction of Mr. William Morris, remained 
much the same. Because of the different facili- 
ties available in Detroit, however, the play was 
presented in a three-quarter arena style with the 
costuming and setting transformed from Eliza- 
bethan to Greek. 




JoEllen Tomsic and Robert Egan display emotional unrest in The Little Foxes. 



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A dinner party in the first act seems to suggest that all is going to be well, but the illusion 
is quickly destroyed in the subsequent happenings of the scene. 




Eve Friend contemplates the suggestions made by Mary Pat Shelley and Roxanne Orloff in 
a scene from the Curtain Guild production of The Little Foxes. 



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A much enjoyed feature of the orientation week is the annual 
picnic, held again this year at Pottawatomie Park. 



"Lake Shore Campus? Well, first you take the 
Michigan Ave. bus to ... " 



The Welcome Week dance in the Georgetown 
Room of Lewis Towers is the social climax of 
the entire week. 




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Welcome Week 



Thanks to the excellent work of Joe Walsh 
and the sophomore class officers, the class of 
2,000 freshmen which began its "Welcome 
Week" on September 14, 1964, still numbered 
2,000 on September 20. None were lost; nobody 
fell in the lake; no one was frightened away; and 
best of all, very few were bored stiff. The Class 
of '68 weren't tried and true Loyolans yet, but 
those six hectic days of registration, member- 
ship drives, book buying, picture taking, speech 
making, and party going had certainly initiated 
the metamorphosis. For many the annual fresh- 
man picnic, which was held at Pottawatomie 
Park, highlighted the week of orientation, while 
others will remember the Sunday Mass and 
Communion Breakfast which appropriately 
closed the week and began the year. 



Upperclossmen of the picnic pitch in to serve 
lunch to more than twelve-hundred hungry 
freshmen. 



The activities of the week over, these Loyolans are headed 
toward four years of academic study. 




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The Chariot race is always one of the highlights of the Greek Week contests, and this year 
was no exception. The grass topped field became a Grecian race track. 



This year Greek Week began with a Mass at 
Madonna Delia Strada on October 16. The rule 
was "ladies first" and the sororities participated 
in many events during the early part of the 
week. Friday afternoon the fraternities and sor- 
orities joined in an egg-throw and three legged 
pajama race, and that night the Panhellenic As- 
sociation sponsored a mixer. Saturday marked 
the climax of activities for Greek Week with 
the Greek games during the day and the Inter- 
fraternity Council Dance in the evening. The 
Alpha Delt's again proved their prowess for 
the fifth year in a row by beating their nearest 
competitor by thirty-three points. 




He's got the right idea; it's over the bar. 



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Greek Week 




On your mark 
to be first. 



get set . . . charge! The marathon race is on and all want 



'Round and 'round he goes, 
. . . ten seconds to launch. 




They are coming to the finish line in the great chariot race, and as usual it will be a close race. 



And there it goes off to the 
beyond . . . maybe the 



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The Very Reverend James F. Maguire, S.J., 
President, presents Civic Awards for "dedi- 
cated service in the Chicago community 
and outstanding exomples of responsible 
citizenship" to Dr. Morris Fishbein, Clair 
M. Roddewig, and Hon. Roger J. Kiley. 
Front: Dr. Virginia F. Lewis; Oscar G. 
Mayer; and Joseph E. Merrion. 



Robert P. Birren presents citations to Mrs. 
David R. Morrison, Dr. William P. Schoen, 
Dr. Charles T. O'Reilly. Behind them stand 
Dr. Louis W. Tordella, Edward W. Dunne, 
James J. Gaughan and Raymond L. White. 




Mr. A. M. 

Maguire. 



Sullivan chats with Father 



The Student Medallion winners and Father 
Walter P. Krolikowski at the Founder's Day 
luncheon. 



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Founder's Day 

The Founder's Day ceremonies marked the 
94th anniversary of the founding of Loyola Uni- 
versity, the oldest institution of higher learning 
in Chicago. The day's program included aca- 
demic processions, awards to outstanding stu- 
dents, and special convocations for the com- 
munity, students, and faculty. Mr. A. M. Sul- 
livan, former editor of Dun's Review and Modern 
Industry, publications of Dun and Bradstreet, 
and the author of The Three Dimensional 
Man, was the speaker for the morning con- 
vocations. Nine outstanding students of the 
Jniversity received Students Gold Medallions. 
Z i v i c leaders were honored "as dedicated 
:itizens in the Chicago community and out- 
itanding examples of responsible citizenship to 
)resent and future generations." Noted student 
eaders and organization officers attended the 
^resident's Ball, the final event of the day, which 
vas in the Guild Hall of the Ambassador West. 





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rry L. McCloskey speaks at the Founder's Day 
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ieverend Walter P. Krolikowski, S.J. delivers address. 




tanding: Student Medallion Winners — -Frank L. Butler, Robert J. Walavich, William V. 
ullivan, Lee Jess. Seated: Constance J. Hayes, Ellen Kane, Mary Cook, Barbara A. Juskiewicz. 



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Newly crowned Miss Loyola, Terrie Loda, has the traditional 
first dance with her escort, Don Nowinski. 






They ain't just a whistlin' "Dixie.' 



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Pow Wow 



Somebody was thinking about this year's 
festivities when they named LU's annual fall 
frolic Pow- Wow Week. Wow was the only word 
for the Rambler's victory over Southwest Mis- 
souri and the six Miss Loyola candidates who 
were presented at the game and the mixer that 
followed. Wow applied to Thursday's bonfire, 
pep rally, cheer contest, and Hootenanny 
equally as well. But then Pow, just in time to 



cancel Friday's classes and the float parade, 
came the biggest blizzard in years. The Western 
Ontario team got through the storm, however, 
to be thoroughly defeated by a Rambler squad 
that no amount of snow could cool down. Fans 
skied over to Mundelein's auditorium to see the 
Rooftop Singers "Walk Right In" after the L.U. 
victory. By Saturday the planning committee 
had come up with a use for all that white stuff 
and many of the school's organizations were 
snow-sculpturing on the athletic field. The week 
ended with the Coronation Ball at the Sheraton- 
Chicago where Terrie Loda became Miss Loyola 
for 1965. WOW what a POW-WOW. 




Mary Ann Angel, Marilyn Faford, Lori Didzerkis, Peggy McDonald (1964 Miss Loyola), Nancy 
Kerrigan and Cathy Talano watch as Bob Rudnick presents bouquet to the 1965 Miss Loyola, 
Terrie Loda. 



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Village in the snow. 



Lattice in the sub-zero cold. 



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"The Uncalled Four" entertained at the 
hootenanny after the bonfire. 



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Panhellenic Reception 




Rushees Jo Corol Blumenthal and Kathy Coniglio meet with the 
sisters of Kappa Beta Gamma. 



Ginger Meares, president of Alpha Sigma Alpha, points out the 
sorority's scrapbook. 





Kathy Smilec ond Kathy Quinn, rushees, register for the Reception 
and rush tea. 



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Rush never ends at Loyola; it is a year- 
round event for all sorority women. But formal 
rush commences each semester with the Pan- 
hellenic Association Reception Tea. The pur- 
pose of the tea is to introduce rushees to sorority 
life in general and to demonstrate the Pan- 
hellenic spirit that "No one fraternity stands 
alone." 

At the reception, girls are given an oppor- 
tunity to hear the presidents of each sorority 
speak about the activities and achievements of 
her individual group and to see their separate 
displays of trophies, awards, scrapbooks, and 
jewelry. But the most important aspect of the 
tea is that the rushee has an opportunity to 
meet sorority women and decide for herself 
which rush parties she wishes to attend. The 
Panhellenic Reception begins an exciting and 
enjoyable two weeks of rushing events for the 
rushees — prospective sorority women. 




Prospective pledges glance through Theta Phi Alpha's scrap- 
book. 



Barb Dane, president of Alpha Tau Delta, explains to rushees about 
their professional nursing sorority. 




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Variety Show 




Maria Ginex, Buddy Schwind, and Jeanne Olesky explore the chimney 
in Kappa Beta Gamma's "Mary Poppins." 



"Student" was the key word in the four- 
teenth annual Variety Show, "Varieties '65." 
For the first time all technical work was handled 
by students. The Tau Delts handled all audio, 
lighting, and sound work adequately, if not pro- 
fessionally. They were awarded the first annual 
"Spirit Award," given the group which does the 
most to make the show a success. 

Those who made a visit to Lane's auditorium 
while the show was playing were given a help- 
ing of "the spice of life". Varieties '65 took the 
viewer from New York to Hawaii, from London 
to a Mississippi riverboat, and from New Or- 
leans home to Chi-town. Along the way audien- 
ces enjoyed the songs of a sparkling Irish so- 
prano, a robust blond comedienne, two fine folk 
groups, and the Lodorians. They were guided 
from the "Once upon a time" of Snow White, 
through the days of Charlie Chaplin, to the 
contemporary theatre of the absurd. There was 
only one divergence from the rule of variety — 
almost all the tickets were sold. 




The Tau Delts put on one of their four blackouts. This one titled 
"Stronger Thon Dirt." 



Anne Kennedy, sophomore coed, entertained 
with "How Are Things In Gloccamorra?", "Zip- 
pety Do-Dah", "As Long As He Needs Me." 



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Key students in the show: 
John Serpe, Business Man- 
ager; Sue Sullivan, Treas- 
urer; Bob Pirsein, Production 
Coordinator; Mary Bigongiari, 
Bob's assistant; Mike Garvey, 
Producer. Mr. Pirsein was 
one of the only two profes- 
sionals hired. 



Walt Disney was never like 
this! The UIL entertained 
with "Snow White and Six 
Dwarfs." 



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The "Two Plus Three" featured folksinging Loyolans. This group put 
the bounce in the show with their "That's What You Get For Loving 
Me," and other songs. 



"The Uncalled Four," winners of one of the 
two second place awards on Friday night: Pat 
Foley, Steve Titra, and Joe Wilderson. 



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Delaware Hall demonstrates "Island Aloha" with three lead dancers. 





Ginny Stockman, solo dancer in both the open- 
ing and the finale, closes the show with the 
back curtain up behind her and the stage lights 
being cut. 



The show's finale featured 
calypso dancers, flappers, 
and jazz dancers. 



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Sigma Delta Phi's Don Di- 
nelli sees his magic trick 
exposed in an award-winning 
act. 




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The Keystone Kops to the 
rescue os Chamberlain's 
Charlie Chaplin rescues the 
fair maiden. 



Jack McCarthy (that beauti- 
ful dear) waves "Hello!" to 
Bob Schmitt and his A K Psi 
"Purity Patrol." 



"The Noose," sponsored by a group of Lake 
Shore students, contrasted the intellectuals with 
the run-of-the-mill students. 




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Sword of Loyola 



"Courage, Dedication, and Service" — three 
qualities which enabled Inigo of Loyola, the 
reckless enthusiast who went forth under the 
Viceroy of Navarre against the French in 1521, 
to become the general of the great Society of 
Jesus before his death in '56 — three qualities 
which his 36,000 followers strive to develop in 
their modern world — three qualities which are 
the criteria for the Sword of Loyola Award. On 
November 24, 1964, J. Edgar Hoover received 



the first Sword at the Annual Award Dinner of 
the Stritch School of Medicine. A distinguished 
selection jury headed by Supreme Court As- 
sociate Justice Arthur J. Goldburg evaluated 
the qualifications of many prominent national 
and inter-national figures. Hoover, who has 
achieved world renown during his forty years 
as head of the most effective crime-fighting 
agency in the history of law-enforcement, is al- 
so the author of two perceptive best sellers. As 
the largest Jesuit institution, Loyola University 
has assumed the responsibility of recognizing 
and encouraging those leaders of mankind who 
are the incarnation of Inigo's ideals by entrust- 
ing to them his sword. 



Participants at the Annual Award Dinner included: John F. Sheehan, 
M.D., Vice-President of the Medical Center and Dean of the Stritch 
School of Medicine; Timothy J. Connelly, General Chairman; J. Edgar 
Hoover; the Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S.J., President; Francis 
J. Gerty, M.D. 




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Jeff Moss (Stan Zelesnik) introduces Ella Petersen (JoEllyn Tomsk) 
to Marty Weisenburger at a high society party in "Bells are Ringing." 



Curtain Guild 





Ella offers coffee to Inspector Barnes (Rich Buhl) and Francis (David 
Moran) in the sumptuous office of Susanwerphone in "Bells are 
Ringing." 



Sir Lionel Brittlesby sings Ben Moderoto's hit tune "Rozza Rozza 
Baby" honoring Maud and Delia Moss at the Ingenue Testimonial 
held annually at the Crying Gypsy Cafe. 



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Rehearsing for "The Little Foxes" are Mary Patrice Shelley, Eve 
Friend, Robert J. Egan, and Roxanne Orloff. 



Faust Sapanaro as Blake Barton, a 
pseudo Marlon Brando before Ella re- 
forms him. 





The Loyolc. University Curtain Guild is es- 
sentially a repertory group, and as s-.ich it at- 
tempts to provide its members and its audience 
with experience in many modes of theatre. Dur- 
ing 1965 its productions ranged from Lillian 
Hellman's drama of southern life, "The Little 
Foxes", to Comden and Green's hit comedy, 
"The Bells Are Ringing". Two such divergent 
forms as the comedy of manners and the theatre 
of the absurd found expression in the Guild's 
presentation of Sheridan's "The School for Scan- 
dal" and "An Evening with lonesco". From the 
invisibly' efficient stage hand to the one-line 
walk-on to the lauded star, members will attest 
that "There's No Business Like Show Business". 
Their high enthusiasm, hard work, and varied 
offerings are quickly convincing their audience 
that they are right. 




Sandor (David Perkovich), a cagey European con-artist, wins the heart 
of Sue (Susan Schager) to use her answering service as a front for a 
bookie operation as Gwynne (Noel Smoron) sighs. 



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Dan Connaughton goes high for the rebound 
while the rest of the team stands ready to 
assist him. 



Although the Ramblers spent their year re- 
building the team, they still showed that they 
had potential by such successes as the Wichita 
victory. 

Loyola's Track Team also had a very success- 
ful season. It placed second in the Illinois State 
meet. Also its mile relay team set a school record 
with 3:11. 

Another great year was recorded by Loyola's 
Swim and Waterpolo teams. Waterpolo is the 
baby in the sports circle at Loyola, but this year 
nationally-rated Indiana University and Ken- 
tucky University both fell to the frogmen. 



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Les Taylor executes a perfect dive to contrib- 
ute points to another victory for the swim team. 



Mike Wallace takes 
as the freshmen two 
record. 



the baton from Joe Cleary 
mile relay team sets another 



Loyola's Waterpolo team has 
had a great season and here 
are three of the reasons why. 




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University Weekend 

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Commencement 





Mr. Joseph Taylor helps wife Audrey don her cap after their 
mutual receipt of M.A.'s in math. 



The new Doctor of Laws receives congratulations from Fr. Maguire. 




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Fr. Maguire and honorary degree recipients: Archibald Cox, Alex- 
ander Enlenberg, Assoc. Prof, of Accounting at Loyola; Rev. Gordon 
E. Murphy, S.J., Jesuit Missionary from Patna, India; Bolton Sul- 
livan, Board Chairman of Skil Corp.; and John F. Smith, Jr., Presi- 
dent of Inland Steel Co. 



Flowing black gowns, a sea of tilting mor- 
tarboards, the somber brilliance of academic 
hoods, 543 mid-year graduates march toward a 
diploma and away from Loyola, but they linger 
long enough to hear Dr. Robert McAfee Brown, 
noted author and professor at Stanford Uni- 
versity, tell them of the "Catholic Layman in 
Tomorrow's World." 309 leave the Arie Crown 
Theatre of McCormick Place with degrees from 
the University's undergraduate schools, while 
over two hundred receive masters or doctorates 
from the graduate and professional divisions. So 
the mid-year class of 1965 goes from the cam- 
pus community to the community of concrete, 
and commerce and Congress, renewing the 
stream by which Loyola and institutions like 
Loyola hope to serve, to salvage, and to ennoble 
our society. 




Fr. Maguire congratulates four of Loyola's distinguished honorary 
alumni. 




Miss Joan Steinbrecher shows her newly awarded degree to the 
Dean of Women, Miss Mariette LeBlanc. 



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Mid - Year Degrees 



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Edmund B. Doly 
Leonard Andrew Stez 



DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Thomas Patrick Anderson 
Gerda Bos 
Martin J. Corcoran 
Marcel Anthony Fredericks 
Bernard Gothelf 
Rev. Harold Charles Howard 
Irene Beatrice Lang 
Sister Mariam, O.P. 
Maureen Nora McConville 
Hubert John Miller 
Gerald John Mozdzierz 
Sister Mary Olivia, S.S.N.D. 
John F. Zaroslinski 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 

Thomas Anthony Collins 
Terry Thomas Conway 
Henry F. Dabek Jr. 
Joan Mary Doersching 
Mannfred Alan Hollinger 
Jesse S. Ortiz 
Margaret Yi-Ping Yang 



MASTER OF SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
RELATIONS 

Luis Arturo Cuadrado 
Thomas C. Holland 
James Whitelaw Lemke 
Nedumparampil Jacob Lukose 
Aloysius Joseph Memmel 
Rev. Richard J. Murphy, S.J. 
Malik Chetan Parkash 
Stanley Anthony Walent 
Robert J. Waterloo 



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Conferred by the Graduate School 



Richard Wilbur Anderson, S.J. 

Rev. Jose Soleto Arcilla, S.J. 

John J. Arnold 

Daniel Wies Artley, S.J. 

Dorothy Babette Auw 

Paul Robert Baltz 

Rev. Paschal Bernard Baute, O.S.B. 

John Peter Behrendt 

Richard William Bollman, S.J. 

Manuel Roberto Briseno, Jr. 

Maurice Joseph Broderick 

Robert Michael Buren, S.J. 

Thomas Wilson Burrows 

Rev. Dionisio Cabezon, O.P. 

John A. Cippel 

Rev. Leo Bradac Cooper, C.S.V. 

William Edward Davis 

Richard Gilbert Doiron 

Edward Donald Doyle 

Robert Christian Doyle 

Rev. Ralph Francis Dunn, C.S.C. 

Thomas Patrick Emmett 

Richard Ray Finn, SJ. 

Sister Mary Frederick, C.S.J. 

Frank George Furcich 

Thomas Joseph Grady, S.J. 

Gerald Russell Grosh, S.J. 



MASTER OF ARTS 

Rev. George Gregory Harris, C.S.V. 

Sister Haydee, C.A.Ch. 

Edward J. Hester 

Rev. Hubert James Horan, W.F. 

Patrick Joseph Hunter, S.J. 

Bobetta Ann Jacobs 

Sister Mary Jerome, O.S.F. 

Chandler Terence Joe 

Sister Kathleen, D.C. 

Matthew Kozul, Jr. 

Patricia Bernice Kubistal 

Rev. Juan B. LaFarga, S.J. 

Kamal Lathi 

Dolores Mary Leahy 

Lawrence John Lippert 

Sister Lutgarda, C.A.Ch. 

Robert E. Majzler, S.J. 

Miguel Angel Martinez 

Spencer John Maxcy 

John William McCloskey 

Michael Patrick McGrath 

Ruth Marie Melvin 

Linda Anne Moir 

Jennifer Harlow Nesbit 

Donald Allen Offermann 

Patrick Joseph O'Mara 

Patricia Marie Orloski 

Bro. L. Denis Pahl, F.S.C. 



Rev. Arthur Henry Pare, S.J. 

Robert Bernard Patterson, S.J. 

Mary Kay Prendergast 

Shirley Boldo Przybylski 

Rev. Alex Joseph Rakowski 

Sister Mary Ramona, O.S.F. 

Sister Marie Raymond, R.S.M. 

Sister Mary Rene, C.S.J. 

Ralph Joseph Rosales 

Daniel J. Ryan 

Edward Peter Signatur 

Loretta Silkowski 

James Joseph Sosnoski 

Edward Robert Sunshine, S.J. 

Diane J. Szorowicz 

Audrey Helene Taylor 

Joseph Robert Taylor 

Rev. Christopher Joseph Thayil 

Peter Russell Titland, S.J. 

Charles Roger Troutman 

Mercedes Lahoz Verzosa 

Rev. Claude Louis Vincent 

Sister Mary Virginia, O.S.M. 

Stephen John Voelz 

Sister Mary Williamina, R.S.M. 

Edward M. Wittert 

Bro. Leo Bonaventure Wren, F.S.C. 

Midori Yamaha 



Sister Mary Adelma, C.S.S.F. 

Norbert Blair Allen 

Angeline Marie Ambrosia 

Sister Mary Angelique, F.S.P.A. 

Annie P. Bannister 

Rev. Manuel Antonio Barroso 

John JoseDh Bassler 

Sister Mary Beatrice, O.S.F. 

Bro. James Bluma, C.S.C. 

Donald Anton Bober, S.J. 

Margaret Goggin Bourgeois 

James Bernard Brady, S.J. 

Margaret Mary Brinker 

Bro. Justin Conrad Brombach, F.S.C. 

Ralph N. Caprio 

Sister Mary Canisia, O.S.F. 

Eileen Carter 

Dorothy M. Chambers 

John Thomas Chambers 

Gail Patricia Chiletti 

Joan Marie Chovanec 

Rev. Bernard Chu, S.J. 

Wilma M. Clair 

Elanore Therese Coghlan 

Joan Florence Daly 

Sister Mary Damasia, C.S.S.F. 

Helen Lee Davis 

Sophia Davis 

Virginia Lee Davis 

Rev. Anthony Francis de Mello, S.J. 

Mary Lauretta Dempsey 

Rev. Martin M. Dennis, O.S.M. 

Robert Francis Devlin 

Rev. Patrick M. Donovan, O.S.M. 

Mary Virginia Dunn 

Thomas Joseph Dyba 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Sister Mary Elizabeth, O.S.M. 

Bertrand W. Ellis 

Rev. William Francis Ellis, M.S.C. 

Mary Louise Elmslie 

Patricia C. Erickson 

Elenita Oliveros Fajardo 

Julia Feng-Mei Sun Fang 

Paul Joseph Faulstich, S.J. 

Bruno Stanley Figura 

Betty C. Gansinger 

Rev. Edward Francis Gillespie 

Bro. Norbert James Grass, S.M. 

Phyllis S. Greene 

Daniel Joseph Griffin 

Marcia Marie Gronkowski 

Thomas Anthony Grossman 

Philip Allen Guzik 

Kathleen Anne Healy 

Shelia Marie Healy 

Emilyann Hohman 

Edward Holmes, Jr. 

Sister Mary James Paul, S.N.D. 

Sister Mary Julie Anne, S.N.D. 

Kathleen A. Jurgens 

Galeta Carolyn Kaar 

Rev. Thomas Verus Kalorickal, C.M.I. 

Marie Mueller Kennedy 

George F. Kernwein 

Marlene A. Schaab Kernwein 

Sister Mary Kevin 

Helen Karbokis 

Emilie Kuter Koslow 

Patricia Mary Lasar 

Sister Mary Lillian, O.S.M. 

Maria Carolin de Almeida Lima 

Betty Lee Lundahl 



Beatrice Clara Mack 

William D. Magner 

Rev. Longin J. Maj, S.J. 

Sister Martha Joseph, C.S.J. 

La Verne J. Martin 

Jose Terrero Martinez, S.J. 

Janet C. Moore 

Rosalie Ann Moretti 

Dorothy Nabor 

Thomas J. Naughton, S.J. 

Frank J. Novak 

Maureen Catherine O'Hara 

Catherine Ann O'Leary 

Catherine R. O'Loughlin 

Valentin B. Patacsil 

Elizabeth Carol Paurazas 

Margot Pavlakos 

Ruth V. Petty 

Maria Dolores Ponce 

Zenaida T. Reyes 

Sister Mary Romaine, O.S.F. 

Sister Mary Rosemary, O.S.F.K. 

John D. Rossdeutcher 

Dorothy R. Ruthenbeck 

Maybelle Theresa Ryan 

Clarice Merel Schmittler 

Therese C. Slowiak 

Berry Katherine Smetko 

James E. Stimson 

Andres Torres, S.J. 

Barbara Buksar Trelo 

Aida Cuano Vargas 

Ronald P. Warwick 

John Francis Woods 

Laurence Charles Yandel 

Sister Mary Zita 



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Graduating Seniors 
Class of 1965 





STANLEY F. ABRAMSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 





DENNIS M. AMATURO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



aft*3 i . 




MICHAEL C. ARMAO JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 



58 






N ANN ADAMS 


JEAN E. ADLER 


DOMINICK C. ADORNATO JR. 


JEROME ALAKSIEWICZ 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 


M.D. 


D.D.S. 





RUBY A. AMOROSO 

B.S.N. 



NANCY R. ANDREWS 

B.S.N. 



KENT ANGERBAUER 

D.D.S. 



TSUNEO AOBA 

D.D.S. 





JOAN A. ARMSTEAD 

B.S. (S.S.) 



HUGH R. ARNOLD 

B.B.A. 



PAUL ASHKENAZ 

D.D.S. 



GUS J. ATHAS 

J.D. 



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' 



I 



s 




GAYLE A. AUBRY 

B.S.N. 



RICHARD J. AUGUSTINE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SONDRA A. AUSTIN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



VIRGINIA M. BAGNUOLO 

B.S.N. 







RICHARD J. BARANCZUK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CAROL M. BARATTA 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ANDREW W. BARAVIK 

A.B. 



JOAN T. BARRETT 

B.S. (Ed.) 






RONALD F. BARTKOWICZ 

J.D. 



MICHAEL BARTLETT 

D.D.S. 



MARY ANN BEATTY 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES C. BELLINGER 

B.A. 



60 





SENIORS 



DARREL BAILEY 

D.D.S. 



JOHN C. BANKS JR. 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SAMUEL BARAL 

D.D.S. 




KAY BARRETT 

D.D.S. 



WILLIAM M. BART 

B.S. (N.S.) 




£• •' 






JOHN B. BELLUCCI 

B.S. 



RONALD J. BENEDICT 

B.S. (N.S.) 



GERALD F. BENES 

B.S. (N.S.) 



6) 





ROBERT J. BENNETT 

B.S. (S.S.) 



GAD J. BENSINGER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



BROTHER JOHN BER 

B.S. 



SENIORS 







ROY J. BETTI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARIE C. BIEL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN J. BIKUS 

B.B.A. 





SALLY J. BOBERNAC 

B.S. (Ed.) 



HENRY C. BOBROWICZ 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CAROLYN MARY BOCHMANN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



62 






JOHN C. BERGMANN JR. 

B.B.A. 



STEVEN C. BERMAN 

M.D. 



LAURA L. BERNARD 

B.S.N. 



HUGO BERTAGNI 

D.D.S. 






ROBERT J. BLECHA 

B.B.A. 



STANLEY A. BLOCK 

B.B.A. 



RONALD R. BLOCZYNSKI 

B.B.A. 



KATHLEEN E. BLOOM 

B.S. (S.S.) 





MAUREEN A. BODKIN 

B.S.N. 



CHARLENE H. BOGAERTS 

B.S. 



PETER N. BONDI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALDINE T. BORIL 

B.S.N. 



63 





THOMAS J. BARNIG 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LEE J. BRADY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



HERMAN BRANDAU 
J.D. 



RICHARD M. BRANDL 

B.S. (S.S.) 




WILLIAM R. BRANDSTRADER 

J.D. 



ANNE BRANDT 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JUDY A. BRANDT 

B.S. (Ed.) 



GEORGE T. BRAVOS, JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 






M. LETITIA BRUNDAGE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



EDMUND J. BRONGIEL 

A.B. 



ALPHONSE T. BROWN 

M.D. 



SALLY A. BROZENEC 

B.S.N. 



64 




Sister Constantine finds herself at a Faculty Forum. 





MICHAEL G. BRENNAN 

B.B.A. 



MARVIN BRODER 

D.D.S. 



MARY ANNE C. BROOKS 

B.S. (S.S.) 






SENIORS 



GLENN BRUNER 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT L. BRUUN 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD J. BRZECZEK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



65 



SENIORS 




MARGARET A. BUCHHEIT 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN S. BUCZEK 

A.B. 





DAVID A. BUFFONE 

M.D. 







JOHN W. BURGESS 

L.L.B. 



HARRY R. BURKE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN M. BURKE 

J.D. 






JAMES P. CAILE 

B.B.A. 



CAROL M. CANDICE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARIAN CAPORUSSO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



66 







LUCILLE A. BUJAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JAMES J. BUKOVAC 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARY ANNE V. BUNDA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



GLORIA R. BUNDESON 

B.S. (Ed.) 







FRANK L. BUTLER 

J.D. 



GAIL A. BUTLER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



GEORGIANN D. BUTVILAS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ROBERT BURKE 

D.D.S. 





*K? 





JAMES CAREY 

B.B.A. 



BERNARD CARLIN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES CARLSON 

B.S. 



JOHN P. CAROBUS II 

B.S. (Hum.) 



67 






DENNIS J. CARRARA 

B.B.A. 



CAMILLE CARSELLO 

B.S. 



PATRICK V. CASALI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALD H. CERNIAK 

B.S. (N.S.) 





RANDALL L. CHIOSTRI 

B.S. 




""%.- 




RICHARD D. CHOINOSKI 

B.B.A. 




VINCENT C. CIPOLLA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JAMES M. CLANCY 

B.B.A. 



68 










JOSEPH CERNIK 
A.B. 



JOHN CERRONE 

M.D. 



GEORGIA CHAKOS 

B.S.N. 





SENIORS 



JOYCE CHROMICZ 

B.S.N. 



RONALD J. CHUDIK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DAVID CICHY 

B.B.A. 






ALLEN J. CLARE 

B.S. (N.S.) 



CLARENCE B. CLARK JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS L. CLARK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



69 




MICHAEL CLAVIN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN COFFEY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WILLIAM COLLIER 

J.D. 





COLLEEN CONROYD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARY COOK 

B.S.N. 



RICHARD COOPER 

B.B.A. 



SENIORS 





BARBARA COX 

B.S. (S.S.) 



DANIEL COX 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT COYNE 

J.D. 



70 





KATHLEEN COLLINS 

M.D. 



THOMAS COMPARINI 
B.B.A. 



FRANCIS CONNERY 

M.D. 



PATRICK CONNOLLY 

B.B.A. 






PATRICK CORBOY 

B.S. 



S 



MARY CORR 

A.B. 





MARY ANN COSENTINO 

B.S. (S.S.) 



RAYMOND COURNEY 

L.L.B. 




JAMES R. CRINIGAN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS M. CRISHAM 

J.D. 



DANIEL CROKE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



FRANCES CROWDER 

B.S. (Ed.) 



71 






THOMAS F. CUSACK 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MICHAEL S. DAMM 

M.D. 



BARBARA E. DANE 

B.S.N. 



KAREN A. DANNENHAUER 

B.S. (N.S.) 








SUZANNE S. DAWSON 

J.D. 



ANTHONY DEGNAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



GERARD DE BRUIN 

D.D.S. 






FREDERICK M. DEGRAZIA 

A.B. 



CHARLES H. DEITSCHEL, JR. 

M.D. 



GENEVIEVE DELANEY 

B.S.N. 



JOLYNN DELLARIA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



72 





MADONNA R. DARA 
B.S. (Ed.) 



DELORES H. DAVENPORT 

B.S. (S.S.) 



NANCY L. DAVENPORT 

B.S. (Hum.) 





SENIORS 



Bernie Michna in a familiar pose, with a book. 



PAUL DE DOMEN1CO 

D.D.S. 





ir v. 




DONALD J. DEMUYT 

B.B.A. 



KATHLEEN M. DENDLER 

B.S.N. 



LORETTA C. DIDZERKIS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



73 






LIBRO E. DIZINNIO 

M.D. 



JOSEPH F. DLUGOSZ 

B.B.A. 



RONALD DOERING 

D.D.S. 




JOAN M. DOUGHERTY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN M. DOWD, O.S.M. 

A.B. 



MARILYN F. DOYLE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



SENIORS 





I 




ARLENE M. DUBOWY 

B.S.N. 



SUSAN B. DUDA 

B.S.N. 



RAYMOND DUNN 

D.D.S. 



74 






MELISSA E. DOMAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



DENNIS DOMARK 

D.D.S. 



RONALD J. DOMBROWSKI 

A.B. 



DENNIS A. DOUD 

B.S. (Hum.) 






RONALD L. DRAGHI 

B.B.A. 



RONALD A. DRAUR 

M.D. 



ROBERT L. DREAS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALD D. DROZD 

B.B.A. 






JOHN J. DURKIN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN A. DWORAK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT J. EARLEY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



THOMAS J. EITERER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



75 





DONNA A. ELVIKIS 

B.S. 




MARILYN A. ENGEL 

B.S. (Hum.) 




1964! Going . . . Going . . . Gone . . . 1965 . . . Whoopee! 



PETER FAGAN 

D.D.S. 



JAMES FARRAGE 

D.D.S. 






i 





JAMES P. FEENEY 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DANIEL W. FEGAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



PETER P. FEIMER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROY E FELLOWS 

D.D.S. 



76 





LESLIE F. EPSTEIN 

B.B.A. 



ROBERT J. ERLENBAUGH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CHARLES EVANS 

D.D.S. 






SENIORS 



DANIEL F. FASANA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



HERMANN FAUBL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ELIZABETH H. FAUST 

B.S. (Hum.) 






JAMES P. FINAN 

B.B.A. 



CASIMIR F. FIRLIT 

M.D. 



JEROME FISHER 

D.D.S. 



77 






HOWARD FISHER 

D.D.S. 



JAMES G. FITZGERALD 

B.B.A. 



JOHN T. FITZGERALD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SENIORS 




JAMES L. FLETCHER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SISTER ST. FLORENCE, S.M. 

B.S.N. 



JOSEPH C. FLYNN 

M.D. 




HAROLD T. FOSS 

B.S. 



COLLEEN A. FOX 

B.S.N. 



ROBERT J. FOY 

B.B.A. 



78 






THOMAS J. FITZGERALD 

J.D. 



JOHN R. FLASCH 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN E. FLAVIN 
B.B.A, 



ARTHUR W. FLEMING 

M.D. 





ERICH H. FOLLMANN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WILLIAM FOOTE 

D.D.S. 



ALAN J. FOREST 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ANDREW FORMAN 

D.D.S. 






MARIS FREIMAN 

D.D.S. 



DAVY FRENCH 

D.D.S. 



RICHARD C. FRIES 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MINORU L. FUJITA 

B.A. 



79 






JAMES FULBRIGHT 

D.D.S. 



JAMES J. FURLONG 

B.B.A. 



CAROLE J. GALLOTTA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



DONA M. GARCIA 

B.S. (Ed.) 






MARILYNN J. GAYDA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



FLOYD W. GEDUTIS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ROBERT A. GELATKA 

B.B.A. 



SHARON H. GENELLY 

B.S. (N.S.) 




JZ*L 





MARLENE R. GIUSTI 

B.S. (Ed.) 



L. ANN GOGGINS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JUDITH A. GOLDRICK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ENID B. GOLDSTEIN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



80 









JAMES J. GARVEY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



FRANK GASIOR 

D.D.S. 



DENNIS J. GATES 

M.D. 





ROBERT A. GETZ 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WILLIAM M. GIBBONS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY ANN GILMORE 

B.S.N. 





SENIORS 



JAN GOLEC 

D.D.S. 



PAMELA M. GOLTON 

B.S. (N.S.) 



EVAN GOODMAN 

D.D.S. 



81 




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SENIORS 






ROBERT GREEN 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT GORDON 

D.D.S. 



NELSON GOTO 

D.D.S. 





ROBERT A. GREEN 

D.D.S. 



BERNARD F. GRIFFARD 

B.S. (S.S.) 



HUGH C. GRIFFIN 
A.B. 






JOHN J. GRODEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



PHILIP A. GROSSI 

M.D. 



JOSEPH J. GUNNELL 

B.B.A. 



82 





WILLIAM J. GOZE 

B.B.A. 




Loyola freshman Charlotte Chesrow, 1963 World Champion Youth 
Three Gaited Stake Champion. 



GREGORY D. GRABIAK 

M.D. 



WINONA P. GRIGGS 

B.S.N. 







ROBERT J. HADDAD 


PHILIP F. HALEY 


DAVID HAEGER 


JOSEPH D. HARBUT 


B.B.A 


B.S. (S.S.) 


D.D.S. 


B.B.A. 



83 





WILLIAM J. HARE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



KATHLEEN E. HARRIS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



BRUCE HARRIS 

D.D.S. 



LARRY HAWKINSON 

D.D.S. 





WILLIAM R. HEILIG 

B.S. (Hum.) 



THOMAS A. HEINIS 

B.B.A. 



ALBERT W. HEINRICH 

B.B.A. 



THOMAS A. HEITZMANN 

B.B.A. 






ARTHUR HEYDEN 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM D. HIBNER 

B.B.A. 



JOSEPH M. HILLERY 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARI S. HIRTZEL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



84 






JAMES A. HAYDEN 

B.B.A. 



RITA HAYES 

B.S. 



MICHAEL HEATH 

B.S. (N.S.) 




; -:#^- 





SENIORS 



THOMAS HELLGETH 

B.B.A. 



JOHN F. HENEGHAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LUCIAN J. HENRY 

A.B. 






CECELIA F. HISSONG 

M.D. 



BARBARA A. HOESS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARTIN F. HOGAN 

J.D. 



85 



SENIORS 






MAUREEN C. HOGAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ERIC HOHNWALD 

D.D.S. 



M. GERALD HOOD 

M.D. 





JANET A. HUTCHISON 

B.S. (Ed.) 



MARY ELLEN IMLAY 

B.S.N. 



ARDEN W. INDA 

B.B.A. 



Alpha Tau Delta's soulful rendition of "Just My Bill" — from the Bursar. 






VIRGINIA M. HOPKINSON 

B.S. (Hum.) 



CHARLENE M. HOPP 

B.S. (S.S.) 



EDWARD HUBENY 

D.D.S. 



RAYMOND A. HURM 
M.D. 





MARY T. INGEVALDSON 


JOHN F. IPPOLITI 


BURTON ISAACS 


ANTHONY M. IVANCEVICH 


B.S. (Hum.) 


M.D. 


D.D.S. 


B.S. (Hum.) 






JUDITH A. IVINS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY ELLEN JACHIMOWSKI 

B.S.N. 



EVERETT S. JACOBSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



CLAUDIA JENNINGS 

B.S.N. 



87 




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LEE JESS 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT H. JOCHIM 

M.D. 



JAMES A. JOHNSON 

B.S. 



PHILLIP J. JOHNSON 

B.S. 




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VERDA JOHNSON 

B.A. 



CHARLES JUDGE 

D.D.S. 



DENNIS M. JURCZAK 

M.D. 



BARBARA J. JUSKIEWICZ 

B.S. (S.S.) 




LEE P. KANE 

B.B.A. 



PETER J. KANE 

M.D. 



MICHAEL KARAKOURTIS 

D.D.S. 



MARY KAY KAPETANOVIC 

B.S. (Ed.) 



88 



PATRICK T. JOHNSTON 





B.S. (S.S.) 




LYNDA L. KAISER 

B.S. (Ed.) 




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4. 



GEORGE C. KARKAZIS 

M.D. 



JUNEMARY JONES 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LLEWELLYN JONES 

D.D.S. 







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SENIORS 



KENNETH S. KALETA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



ELLEN M. KANE 

B.B.A. 




ALFRED M. KARNICKI 

M.D. 



SISTER ANN KATERI, S.S.C.M. 

B.S.N. 



89 






JAMES C. KAUS5 
B.B.A. 



WILLIAM P. KEARNS 

M.D. 



JOSEPH KEENE 

D.D.S. 




SENIORS 



KENNETH J. KERBER 

B.B.A. 



NANCY T. KERRIGAN 

B.S.N. 





EDWARD W. KEUTH 

B.S. (Ed.) 



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NICHOLAS C. KINNAS 

M.D. 



CHARLES KIRKLAND 

D.D.S. 



GEORGE L. KISKUNAS 

B.B.A. 



90 




BERNARD P. KELLY 

B.S. (N.S.) 



PATRICK J. KELLEY 

B.B.A. 





KEITH KILLACKY 

B.S. (S.S.) 



RODNEY KIM 

D.D.S. 



Miss Dagenais's Art Class trains molders of men. 





SARAH J. KLASSEN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



GREGORY E. KLEDZIK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOSEPH KLEMM 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WALTER J. KLIMEK 

B.S. 



91 





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JOHN K. KNEAFSEY 

J.D. 



ROBERT B. KNIGHT 

B.B.A. 



JANINE KONAUKA 
A.B. 




WILLIAM J. KOLLINS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN KOLODZIEJ 

D.D.S. 



MICHAEL J. KOSIAK 
B.B.A. 





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DIANE M. KRAUSE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JAMES P. KRCMARIK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



SUE KUBIAK 
B.S. (N.S.) 



MARITA KUHL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



92 





JOSEPH KOCH 

B.A. (Hum.) 



ROBERT KOLEK 

B.B.A. 



SUSAN KOLLE 

B.S.N. 





SENIORS 



ALFRED KOUTNIK 

D.D.S. 



RAYMOND KOZIOL 

M.D. 



CASIMIR KRASOWSKI 

D.D.S. 





FELICIA KULA 

B.S. (Ed.) 



GEORGE KUZYCZ 

M.D. 



JAMES KWASEK 

D.D.S. 



93 






ALEXANDER LABAK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



THEODORE LACKLAND 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JEROME LALASZ 

B.S. 



SENIORS 





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FRANCIS LARKIN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



PATRICK LAWLER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JERRY LEAHY 

B.S. (N.S.) 





JOSEPH LETO 

D.D.S. 



J. ALFRED LETOURNEAU 

M.D. 



CAROLE LEUER 

B.S.N. 



94 






MARY LALLY 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GEORGE LAMBSON 

D.D.S. 



GERALD LANDRY 

D.D.S. 



MARTIN LANE 

B.S. (S.S.) 






ROBERT LEE 

M.D. 



LAWRENCE LEGATZKE 

B.B.A. 



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ROBERTA LENZ 

B.S. (N.S.) 









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THERESA LEPTICH 

B.S. (Hum.) 






CYNTHIA LEWIS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JEFFREY LEV 

B.B.A. 



MARILYN LINK 

B.S.N. 



THADDEUS LIPINSKI 

B.B.A. 



95 





LEONORA PUMA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY LIPUT 

B.S. (Hum.) 




Dolce fo niente at Rome Center's Christmas party. 



ROBERT LOWELL 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JEANNE LUCAS 

B.S. (N.S.) 





DENNIS LYNCH 

B.B.A. 



SYLVIA C. MADALINSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WILLIAM J. MADSEN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WILLIAM S. MADURA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



96 





DEE ON F. LLOYD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



EILEEN F. LONG 

B.S.N. 



GAIL LOUGHERY 

B.B.A. 




ANN L. LUNDGREN 

B.S.N. 



DAVID G. LUSSIER 

J.D. 




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RICHARD G. LUZIETTI 

M.D. 




SENIORS 



ROBERT T. MAEHARA 

M.D. 



TERRANCE P. MAGUIRE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



FRANK MALARTSIK 

B.B.A. 



97 



SENIORS 






ROBERT A. MALLISON 
M.D. 



RICHARD V. MANDELL 
B.B.A. 



PETER L. MANGIONE 

B.B.A. 





MARYTHERESE MAROSITS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



FRANK V. MARSICO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



EDWARD MARTIN 

D.D.S. 







MARGARET E. MATHISEN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ALBERTA P. MATULIS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WILLIAM D. MATVIUW 

B.S. 



98 





RICHARD MANILLA 


DENNIS M. MANION 


THOMAS J. MANION 


THOMAS A. MARCET 


D.D.S. 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.B.A. 




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JOHN M. MARTIN 


JAMES R. MASEK 


ELLIOT B. MASON 


DONALD A. MASTRO 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.B.A. 




JOSEPH MATZ 

D.D.S. 



MARGARET MAY 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT J. MAZE 

B.B.A. 



LAWRENCE A. MAZZARELLA 

M.D. 



99 





NANCY MAZZORANA 

B.B. (S.S.) 



JOHN R. McAULEY 

B.S. ( Hum.) 



FRANK C. McCABE 

B.S. (S.S.) 



barry w. McCarthy 

B.S. (N.S.) 




sara Mcdonald 

B.S. 



PAUL T. McENERY 

M.D. 



THOMAS F. McFARLAND, JR. 

J.D. 



MICHAEL P. McGLYNN 

B.B. A. 






ROBIN J. MICHAELS 

B.B. A. 



MARY R. MICHIELS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SISTER MICHELE O.S.F. 

B.S.N. 



JAMES J. MIGALA 

M.D. 



100 





SENIORS 



john w. McCarthy 

B.B.A. 



DANIEL J. McCOY 

B.S. 



MARGARET M. McDONALD 

B.S.N. 






RICHARD P. McGLYNN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JANE C. McMAHON 

B.S. 



EMMET J. McKUNE 

B.B.A. 




Delta Sig's sparkling "Back In The Old Routine" won first prize. 



PHILIP MILANOVICH 

D.D.S. 







JAMES M. MILICI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



BARBARA A. MILLER 

B.S.N. 



CLAUDIA E. MILLER 

B.S. (N.S.) 



SENIORS 





JAMES A. MINI 

M.D. 



DOROTHY E. MITCHELLS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



RONALD F. MOKOS 

B.S. 




MICHAEL MORGENSTERN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MARK G. MORONEY 

B.B.A. 



EDWIN J. MROZEK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



102 






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PATRICIA A. MILLER 

B.S.N. 



RONALD MILLER 

D.D.S. 



GERALD MILLER 

D.D.S. 



RONALD H. MILLER 

B.B.A. 





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EDWARD T. MOLNAR 

B.S. (Hum.) 



RICHARD J. MONDLAK 

B.B.A. 



MARY ANN MOORE 

B.S. (N.S.) 




ANTHONY P. MORELLI 

B.S. (Hum.) 







ROBERT S. MUELLER 

B.B.A. 



PATRICK M. MULBRANDON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



RICHARD A. MUNARETTO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOSEPH L. MURPHY 

M.D. 



103 




WILLIAM A. MURPHY 

B.S. (S.S.) 




SUSAN K. MURRAY 

B.S. (Ed.) 





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THEODORE S. MUSIALA JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 







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GEORGE L. MYSKIW 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MICHAEL R. MYSLIWIEC 

B.B.A. 



PHILIP T. NALEPA 

B.B.A. 





RICHARD F. 


NERI 


THOMAS J. NICHOLAS 


ALLEN J. NICKELS 


G. MICHAEL NIDIFFER 


B.S. 




B.B.A. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 



104 








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THOMAS MYROUP O.S.M. 

A.B. 




GREGORY A. NAPIER 

B.B.A. 




SENIORS 




LAWRENCE F. NIED 

D.D.S. 



LAWRENCE W. NOONAN 

B.B.A. 



NIJOLE M. NORKUS 

B.S. (Hum.) 



105 



SENIORS 





THOMAS F. NORTON 

M.D. 



LAWRENCE D. O'GARA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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ROGER A. NOSAL 

M.D. 



MICHAEL L. O'HARA 

M.D. 



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CARL J. NOVOTNY 

B.S. (Hum.) 




SHARON M. O'KEEFE 

B.S. (Hum.) 




ROBERT L. ORLANDO 

B.B.A. 



PATRICIA A. O'ROURKE 

B.S.N. 



DONALD OSTEN 

D.D.S. 



106 






MAXINE A. NUNEZ 
B.S.N. 



RICHARD E. OBARTUCH 
B.B.A. 



EUGENE J. O'DONNELL 

B.B.A. 



RICHARD N. OEHL6ERG 

B.S. (N.S.) 




JEAN L. OLESKY 

B.S.N. 








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EDWARD OMENS 

D.D.S. 



JOHN J. O'NEILL 

B.B.A. 



JOSEPH L. ORI 

B.S. (Hum.) 





THEA C. OSTROWSKI 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WILLIAM V. O'SULLIVAN 

B.B.A. 



MARIE M. OVERALL 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JAMES H. OWEN 

B.B.A. 



107 






JAMES M. PALANCHAR 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MARLENE H. PANEBIANCO 

B.S. (Ed.) 



HAROLD C. PAPSON 

M.D. 



EDWARD J. PASTERNAK 

B.S. (N.S.) 








JAMES PAVLATOS 

D.D.S. 



JOSEPH E. PAXHIA 

M.D. 



ANTHONY W. PECELUNAS 

B.B.A. 



BRO. JOHN N. PETERS, C.S.V. 

A.B. 







C 



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JAMES M. PIPITONE 

B.B.A. 



ALICE L. PIRELLI 

A.B. 



DAVID L. POLAREK 

B.B.A. 



ANTHONY POLITO 

D.D.S. 



108 





GAIL PASTORE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JAMES PATRICK 

D.D.S. 



JONATHAN PAVELIN 

B.B.A. 







1 





LAWRENCE J. PELKA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



RICHARD PENA 

D.D.S. 



SENIORS 



RAYMOND W. PETERSON, JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 






WILLIAM POLSON 

D.D.S. 



REGINA T. POSKUS 

A.B. 



GERALD POULSEN 

D.D.S. 



109 





NORMAN R. PROKUP 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MICHAEL PROMEN 
B.B.A. 



HELENE M. PROPERNICK 

B.S. (S.S.) 






V 



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KATHLEEN M. QUINN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT J. QUINN 

B.B.A. 



SUSAN K. RAIKOVITZ 

B.S.N. 



NIORS 





RAMON J. RAMIREZ 

B.B.A. 



JOAN R. RAPP 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN W. RAPP, JR. 

J.D. 



no 




JOAN L. PRUCHNIAK 

B.S.N. 



Ok 



FLORIAN A. PYREK 

B.B.A. 





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SHARON J. RAMLJAK 

B.S. (Ed.) 



LYLE J. RAUSCH 

B.S. (N.S.) 







*D J. RASMUSSEN 


JOHN M. RATKOVICH 


MARY T. RATTNER 


JAMES R. READ 


B.S. (Hum.) 


L.L.B. 


M.D. 


B.S. (Ed.) 



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THOMAS A. REARDON 

M.D. 



CLARENCE RED 

D.D.S. 



JOYCE C. REDDINGTON 

B.S.N. 



LUCY E. REDMON 

B.S. (Hum.) 





RICHARD H. REZNICK 

M.D. 



DANIEL L. RICHARDSON 

B.S. (N.S.) 



THOMAS J. RIGGS 

B.S. (N.S.) 



AUSTIN G. RIGNEY, JR. 

B.B.A. 






JEFFREY W. ROBERTS 

B.S. 



WILLIAM J. ROCKELMANN 

B.B.A. 



ROGER H. RODMAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



DAVID L. ROEMER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



112 





SENIORS 



THOMAS W. REEDY 

M.D. 



DUANE P. REIDY 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DAVID G. REUSS 

B.S. (N.S.) 





PAUL J. RILEY 

B.S. (N.S.) 



SHARON A. RISSER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY ELLEN T. ROBB 

B.S.N. 



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GEORGE ROONEY 

D.D.S. 



JACQUELYN F. ROSATO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOSEPH ROSSA 

D.D.S. 



113 



SENIORS 







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ANYTHONY J. ROSSI 

B.S. 






GERALD P. ROTH 

B.S. (N.S.) 





BARBARA A. RUSCITTI 

B.S. (S.S.) 



WILLIAM F. RUSH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



Chuck Flynn, Dan Fitzgerald, Mark Condon and Fr. Hayes, and Fr. Hayes, and Fr. Hayes. 



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INGEBORG ROTTENBUHER 

B.S. (Hum.) 




ROBERT A. RYAN 

M.D. 




STEVEN SANDERS 

D.D.S. 



114 





WALTER D. ROZKUSKA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



CAROLYN L. RUBINO 

B.S.N. 



DON M. RUBINO 

M.D. 



GARY E. RUOFF 

M.D. 




EDWARD RYAN 


JOANNE J. SACOMANO 


MARILYN J. SAMIS 


FAUST J. SAPONARA 


D.D.S. 


B.S.N. 


B.S.N. 


A.B. 







EDWARD SANTA 

D.D.S. 



ALBERT J. SAVARESE 

B.B.A. 



ANTHONY E. SCALA 

B.B.A. 



JOHN C. SCANLON 

M.D. 



115 







JOSEPH SCIARRA 

D.D.S, 




FRANK SCONZA 

D.D.S. 



RITA A. scorn 

B.S. (Hum.) 



KARL N. SCHABERL 

B.S. (S.S.) 




KARL W. SCHERIBEL 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN SCHMEDA 

D.D.S. 



DANIEL G. SCHMIDT 

B.B.A. 



CHARLES J. SCHMIDT 

B.S. (S.S.) 





MICHAEL J. SCHULTZ 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ROBERT M. SEBESTA 

B.B.A. 



JEFFREY T. SEEBERGER 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOSEPH F. SEMERAD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



1 16 




1 




SENIORS 



MARGARET M. SCHALKE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ROBERT J. SCHANK 

M.B.A. 



JOHN M. SCHEER 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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ROBERT P. SCHMITT 

B.B.A. 



WILLIAM G. SCHMIDT 

B.B.A. 



CHERYLE L. SCHNOEBELEN 

B.B.A. 









JOHN J. SEMERAU 


SUZANNE E. SERSHON 


MARTHA A. SHAUGNESSY 


MARY SAVA< 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (Ed.) 


B.S. (N.S.) 


B.S. (Hum.) 



117 





JOHN M. SHEAHIN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOHN L. SHERRY 

B.B.A. 



ALBERT T. SHIU 

M.D. 





PETER A. SKITTONE 

B.B.A. 



MICHAEL J. SKOWRONSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



DANIEL K. SLOAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



SENIORS 





JON T. SMITH 

M.D. 



LE ROY A. SMITH 

M.D. 



PATRICIA M. SMITH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



1 II 





MARY L. SIGNA 

B.S. (Hum.) 



MICHAEL J. SINSKO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JOHN SKAPARS 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARGUERITE K. SKINNER 

B.S. (S.S.) 





ROBERT M. SLADEK 

M.D. 




JAMES C. SMITH 

M.D. 




'Everything is Coming up Roses" for the Coed Golden Anniversary. 



PHILIP SMITH 

D.D.S. 



RONALD C. SMITH 

J.D. 



119 







WILLIAM T. SMITH 
L.L.B. 



JOHN W. SMITHWICK 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ANTON ETTE M. SOBOTA 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JEFFREY SOCHER 

D.D.S. 





LESLIE P. SPINNER 

B.B.A. 



JOHN SPREITZER 

D.D.S. 



CLAUDE W. SREDZINSKI, JR. 

A.B. 



MARCIA F. STACHYRA 

B.S.N. 






VIRGINIA C. STASICA 

B.S. (S.S.) 



ARTHUR J. STEHLY 

M.D. 



ROBERT J. STERN 

M.D. 



MICHAEL L. STEVENS 

M.D. 



120 





SENIORS 



HAROLD SOUDAH 

D.D.S. 



RONALD T. SPERO 

B.S. (Hum.) 



GERALD M. SPIDALE 

B.B.A. 




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COLETTE A. STACK 

B.S.N. 



HERBERT STANTON 

D.D.S. 



LAWRENCE J. STARZYK 

A.B. 







ROBERT C. STIFT 


THOMAS D. STOKES 


M. STANLEY STASSEN 


CHRISTINE M. STANASZEK 


B.B.A. 


B.S. (S.S.) 


B.S.B.A. 


B.S. (N.S.) 



121 




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THOMAS F. STRUBBE 

J.D. 



FRANK A. STRICKER 

B.S. 



FRANCES R. SUBAITIS 

B.S. (Ed.) 



SENIORS 







SUSAN SWED 

B.S. (Ed.) 



KATHLEEN A. SWIETON 

B.S. (N.S.) 



KENNETH A. SWIETON 

B.B.A. 






SARUNAS TAURAS 

D.D.S. 



ARTHUR N. TARVARDIAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



JOSEPH H. TAYLOR, JR. 

J.D. 



122 





MARY K. SULLIVAN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



ROBERT D. SULLIVAN 

B.S. (Hum.) 



RONALD SUNDE 

D.D.S. 



ROBERT T. SWANSON 

B.B.A. 




LEONARD SZCZESNIAK 

B.S. (N.S.) 



EARL T. SZYMANSKI 

B.S. (N.S.) 



JAMES V. TALANO 

M.D. 



JAMES P. TASTO 

M.D. 






JOSEPH R. TEAFOE 

B.S. (Hum.) 



ROBERT W. TENNYSON 

B.S. (S.S.) 



FREDERICK T. THIES 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOAN F. THINNES 

B.S. (Hum.) 



123 



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JAMES M. TIERNEY 
B.S. (Hum.) 



THOMAS TIRRITO 

D.D.S. 



IRVING TISHLER 

D.D.S. 



DONALD E. TOLVA 

J.D. 




KAREN L. TORME 

B.S. (Hum.) 



TERRY O. TOSI 

M.D. 



JOSEPH H. TRAXLER 

M.D. 



PHILIP F. TROJANOWSKI 

B.B.A. 





FRANK M. TWOREK, JR. 

B.S. (N.S.) 



WALTER UDZIELA 

D.D.S. 



HELEN I. ULLRICH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



DENNIS E. URBAN 

B.S. (S.S.) 



124 





TIMOTHY J. TOOMEY 

J.D. 



'General" receiving line at the resplendent Military Ball. 






ARLENE H. TRZECIAK 
B.S.N. 



EDWARD J. TUMMILLO 

B.S. (N.S.) 



MICHELLE TURCO 

B.S. (Hum.) 




SENIORS 





THOMAS P. URBAN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



LEONARD A. VALENTINO 

M.D. 



JOHN J. VALKIUNAS 

A.B. 



125 




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CHRISTINE J. VALLEE 

B.S.N. 




DAVID VAN HORN 

D.D.S. 



CHARLES VEITH 

D.D.S. 






EDWARD G. VOGEL 

M.D. 



JOHN VOGEL 

D.D.S. 



DIANE M. WACNOWSKI 

B.S.N. 



SENIORS 






ROBERT J. WALAVICH 

B.S. (S.S.) 



MARY WALDRON 

B.S. (Hum.) 



LAWRENCE J. WALSH 

A.B. 



126 





MARGUERITE E. VIGIL 

B.S. 



ROSALIE VILLARD 

B.S. (S.S.) 



JOHN P. VINCENT 

M.D. 



EDWARD M. VITU 

B.S. (Hum.) 





ARTHUR R. WADDY, JR. 

A.B. 



CHARLES E. WAGGONER 

J.D. 



HARVEY F. WAGLEY 

B.B.A. 



JEFFREY T. WALAN 

B.B.A. 





KATHLEEN M. WALSH 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RICHARD J. WALSH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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SANDRA M. WEINSTEIN 

B.S. (S.S.) 




ANITA E. WEISBROD 

B.S. (Hum.) 



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B.S. (Hum.) 



JACQUELINE H. WHITE 

B.S. (Ed.) 



FREDERICK C. WHITTIER, JR. 

M.D. 



ANITA M. WOJCIK 

B.S.N. 





MICHAEL A. WILLIAMS 


RONALD L. WINIARSKI 


RALPH P. WURSTER 


MICHAEL M. YAGEN 


B.S. (Hum.) 


B.S. (S.S.) 


A.B. 


B.S. (N.S.) 








DENNIS J. ZBYLUT 

B.S. (N.S.) 



STANLEY E. ZELESNIK 

B.S. (Hum.) 



PATRICIA M. ZIMMERMANN 

B.S. (Ed.) 



RITA ZIMMERMANN 

B.S. (N.S.) 



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CLEIGHTON WONG 

D.D.S. 





SANDRA L. WIENCEK 

B.S. (N.S.) 




JEROME V. WILAND 

B.B.A. 




JOHN E. YAKIMISKY 

B.S. 



LYNN M. YUEILL 

B.S. (Ed.) 



JUDY A. ZAJAC 

B.S. (Ed.) 




SENIORS 

Class 

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1965 



MICHAEL ZIVALYEVICH 

B.S. (Hum.) 



WILLIAM ZIZIC 

D.D.S. 



DENNIS ZUREK 

D.D.S. 



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VERY REVEREND 
JAMES F. MAGUIRE, S.J. 



President 
of the 
University 



Through the efforts of the Very Reverend 
James F. Maguire, S.J., Loyola has become one 
of the finest Catholic universities in the nation. 
Previous to his arrival at Loyola, he was Presi- 
dent of Xavier University in Cincinnati and 
rector of West Baden College. Appointed as 
President in 1955, he has broadened the edu- 
cation given at Loyola, especially by establish- 
ing the annual international summer trips to 
various foreign countries and the program of 
studies in Rome. Among his other innovations 
to Loyola have been the establishment of the 
Woman's Board, the Citizens' Board, the Alumni 
Advisory Council, the Board of Lay Trustees, the 
Businessman for Loyola, and the University 
Center at Lewis Towers. 



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Vice-Presidents 



REV. ROBERT MULLIGAN, S.J. 



W. DANIEL CONROYD 



THOMAS F. HAWKINS 




A graduate of Loyola, 
Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. is 
Vice-President and Dean of 
Faculties. Before assuming 
his duties as Vice-Presi- 
dent, he served as Chair- 
man of the Philosophy de- 
partment. Involved in 
many activities, he is pri- 
marily concerned with the 
improvement of faculty 
and administration re- 
lations and of the extensive 
seminar programs con- 
ducted at Loyola. At pre- 
sent, he is the editor of the 
Dialogue and President of 
Phi Sigma Tau, the nation- 
al philosophy honor society. 




Since arriving at Loyola 
in 1945, W. Daniel Con- 
royd has showngreat ability 
in administrative positions, 
especially in the field of 
public relations. He is pre- 
sently Vice-President and 
Director of Public Re- 
lations, and formerly served 
as Assistant to the Presi- 
dent. His many functions 
vary from organizing fund- 
raising programs to handl- 
ing public relations for 
Loyola and establishing 
alumni groups. 




The finances of Loyola 
are under special care 
of the guiding hands of 
Thomas F. Hawkins, Vice- 
President and Business 
Manager. Before arriving 
at Loyola thirteen years 
ago, he served as treasurer 
and comptroller for the 
Nachman Corporation. At 
present, he holds the posi- 
tion of treasurer, which he 
has occupied since 1956, 
and is in charge of all the 
financial areas of the 
University, including long- 
range plans, construction, 
and maintenance. 



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



Board of Trustees 



Entrusted with the general welfare of the 
University, the Board of Jesuit Trustees must 
have a wide scope: long range planning and 
policy formation are its main concerns. The 
Board, under the chairmanship of the Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S.J., is thus the seat of ad- 
ministrative authority — the most important 
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. Scheonbaum, James 
C. Cox, Rev. Joseph S. Pendergost, S.J., J. Raymond Sheriff, John 
C. Hayes, Dr. William Schoen. Seated: Elizabeth A. McCann, Gladys 
Kiniery, Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J., Very Rev. James M. Maguire, 
S.J., Rev. Stewart E. Dollard, S.J. Not present: Rev. Raymond C. 
Baumhart, S.J., Miss Mariette LeBlanc, Rev. Walter P. Krolikowski, 
S.J., Rev. John C. Molloy, S.J. 



Administrative Council 



The Administrative Council, composed of 
the Vice-Presidents, the Deans of all Colleges, 
the Dean of Students, the Registrar, the Dean 
of Admissions, and the Dean of Women, is an 
invaluable source of information for the Uni- 
versity President. Such matters as accreditation 
and admission procedures are all under its com- 
petent authority. 



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Charles C. Kerwin 
Chairman 



Board of Lay 
Trustees 



Organized to advise the Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire on the countless 
financial and legal matters concerning 
the University, the Board of Lay Trustees 
is a recognized authority in all areas of 
public relations, finance, education, and 
campus planning. In serving the general 
welfare of Loyola it could be considered 
a worthy counterpart to the Board of 
Jesuit Trustees. 




Michael Cudahy 




Mathew J. 
Hickey, Jr. 







Walter J. Cummings 




Charles M. Hines 






Cushman B. Bissell Louis H.G. Bouscaren 




Walter J. 
Cummings, Jr. 




Patrick H. Hoy 




mm. 

Charles H. Kellstadt Sidney R. Korshak Arthur T. Leonard 




William J. Quinn 



Vincent D. Sill 



John F. Smith, Jr. 



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Hon. Augustine J. 
Bowe 





Dr. James J. 
Callahan 



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Thomas A. Dean 



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John D. de Butts 





AS. 

William Roy Carney 




life 





Charles F.Clarke, Jr. Edward A. Cudahy 




James A. Dooley 



Quelin P. Dorschel Frederick M. Gillies 



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John B. Huarisa 







Samuel Insull, Jr. 



Mrs. Frank J. Lewis John L. McCaffery 





Owen Barton Jones 




Joseph E. Merrion 





Robert E. Joyce 






Arthur Keating 




John F. O'Keffe 




Bolton Sullivan 



Richard L. Terrell 



T. M. Thompson 



Reuben Thorson 



Charles S. Vrtis 



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MRS. R. JEROME DUNNE 
Chairman 



MRS. FRANK J. LEWIS 
Honorary Chairman 



Women's Board 



The Women's Board of Loyola University is 
a vital organ of communication between the 
campus and the community. At its quarterly 
luncheons, the Board learns of the many edu- 
cational opportunities within the University and 
of Loyola's contributions to the city and the 
nation. The school is indeed fortunate to have 
such a group of civic, cultural, and social 
leaders represented in its Women's Board. 



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Thomas Amberg 
Thos. Stanton Armour 
William H. Arnold 
George J. Aste 
Charles A. Bane 
B. Edward Bensinger 
Richard Bentley 
Robert Lee Berner 
Arthur E. Biddle 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
Leigh B. Block 
John R. Bogardus 
Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Augustine J. Bowe 
William J. Bowe 
Harry C. Boysen 
Gerald C. Brauer 
John B. Bremner, Jr. 
James G. Brennan 
Britton I. Budd 
John R. Burdick 
James O. Burke 
Thomas B. Burke 
Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 
Wm. Jerome Byrnes 
Julien J. Caestecker 
James J. Callahan 
Charles B. Cannon 
Wm. Roy Carney 
John D. Casey 
John A. Cassin 
Joseph J. Cavanagh 
Henry T. Chamberlain 
Henry L. Charlton 
John W. Clarke 
Philip R. Clarke, Jr. 
Stuart Colnon 
Fairfax M. Cone 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Thomas J. Coogan 
Thomas E. Cooke 
James C. Corbett 
William A. Cremin 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Edward A. Cudahy 
Walter Cummings, Jr. 
John F. Cuneo 
Richard J. Doley 
Andrew J. Dallstream 
Thomas A. Dean 
John de Butts 
James M. Delaney 
Louis A. deSmet 
Terrance Dillon 
James A. Dooley 
William G. Dooley 
Harry L. Drake 
Lyman Drake 
R. Jerome Dunne 
Paul F. Elward 
John N. Estabrook 
John J. Fahey 



Mrs. George Fiedler 
Mrs. Jerome K. Flaherty 
Mrs. C. Larkin Flanagan 
Mrs. Augustine A. Flick 
Mrs. Robert M. Foley 
Mrs. J. Dennis Freund 
Mrs. Charles J. Gallagher 
Mrs. Paul V. Galvin 
Mrs. Malcom D. Gilchrist 
Mrs. Joel Goldblatt 
Mrs. Donald M. Graham 
Robert F. Graham 
Joseph E. Guilbault 
Henry Hafer 
Donald H. Haider 
Emil D. Hauser 
Kenneth B. Hawkins 
Harris Haywood 
Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Charles J. Holland 
Charles J. Hough 
Dr. Helen Howe 
Mrs. Patrick H. Hoy 

Neil C. Hurley, Jr. 
Edward Hutchens 
L. Igoe 

Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Henry P. Isham, Jr. 
Mrs. Christian E. Jarchow 
Mrs. Frank W. Jenks 
Mrs. Owen Barton Jones 
Miss Ann Joyce 
Mrs. Joseph T. Joyce 
Robert E. Joyce 
Williom Joyce 
Frank L. Kartheiser 
Joseph S. Kearney 
John A. Kennedy 
Mrs. W. McNeil Kennedy 
Mrs. Otto Kerner 
Mrs. Charles C. Kerwin 
Edword M. Kerwin 
Weymouth Kirkland 
Sidney R. Korshak 
John R. Laadt 
Anne Lally 



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Mrs. William J. Lawlor, Jr. 
Mrs. Eugene M. Lennon 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Frank J. Lewis 
James J. Lewis, Jr. 
Mrs. John R. Lewis 
Mrs. Thomas A. Lewis 
Edward C. Logelin 
Lenox R. Lohr 
John L. McCaffrey 
James J. McCarty 
Edwin B. McConville 
Mrs. Eugene T. McEnery 
Mrs. Charles L. McEvoy 
Mrs. John F. McFeatters 
Mrs. John P. McCoorty, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence W. Mcintosh 



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Robert C. McNamara 


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. 


Aiden 1. 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. 


John J. O'Shaughnessy 


Mrs. 


Bernard Pallasch 


Mrs. 


William F. Petersen 


Mrs. 


Robert A. Podesta 


Mrs. 


William J. Quinn 


Mrs. 


Thomas W. Reedy 


Mrs. 


Ben Regan 


Mrs. 


Thomas A. Reynolds 


Mrs. 


Charles J. Riemien 


Mrs. 


Raymond Robertson 


Mrs. 


Frank J. Rothing 


Mrs. 


Charles J. Roubik 


Mrs. 


Arthur Rubloff 


Mrs. 


William J. Schmitt 


Mrs. 


Herbert E. Schmitz 


Mrs. 


J. Donald Scott 


Mrs. 


Richard W. Sears II 


Mrs. 


William Sexton 


Mrs. 


Thomas W. Sexton 


Mrs. 


Donald T. Sheridan 


Mrs. 


Vincent D. Sill 


Mrs. 


William J. Sinek 


Mrs. 


Walter Byron Smith 


Mrs. 


John M. Smyth, Jr. 


Mrs. 


Frederick W. Specht 


Mrs. 


Walter A. Stuhr, Jr. 


Mrs. 


Bolton Sullivan 


Mrs. 


Harold W. Sullivan 


Mrs. 


Joseph F. Sullivan 


Mrs. 


Carlos A. Spiess 


Mrs. 


Hampden M. Swift 


Mrs. 


Edwin R. Talbot 


Mrs. 


J. Thomas Taussig 


Mrs. 


Richard L. Terrell 


Mrs. 


T. M. Thompson 


Mrs. 


Reuben Thorson 


Mrs. 


William Tuohy 


Mrs. 


Frank J. Turk 


Mrs. 


Walter A. Wade 


Mrs 


John J. Waldron 


Mrs. 


Maurice Walk 


Mrs. 


Hempstead Washburne 


Mrs. 


Harold M. Williams 


Mrs. 


Lynn A. Williams, Jr. 


Mrs. 


Austin L. Wyman 


Mrs. 


Eugene R. Zacher 



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Citizens Board 



To be better able to acquaint 
Chicago with the achievements of the 
University, the Citizens' Board — its 
members all prominent Chicagoans — 
meets four times a year to gain the 
knowledge of Loyola which is a means 
to that end. Both Loyola and Chicago 
benefit from its worthwhile efforts. 




MR. WILLIAM J. QUINN 
Chairman 



Norbert F. Armour 

John W. Boird 
Charles A. Bane 
Gerald A. Barry 
O. D. Bast 
Robert L. Berner 
Otto L. Bettag, M.D. 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
Thomas J. Boodell 
Andrew R. Bopp 
Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Hon. Augustine J. Bowe 
William J. Bowe 
Judge 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 

Julien J. Caestecker 
Richard D. Cagney 
William E. Cahill 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Hon. William J. Campbell 
A, R. Carlson 
Wm. Roy Carney 
Wallace E. Carroll 
George L. Carstens 
Anthony E. Cascino 
Thomos J. Cavanagh, Jr. 
H. M. Cavanaugh 
Leo D. Cavanaugh 
Norman L. Cavedo 
Fred E. Chambers 
Frank W. Chesrow 
John A. Clark 
John W. Clorke 
James W. Close 
John E. Colnon 
Phillip Conely 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Philip H. Corboy 
Francis M. Corby 
Walter R. Costello 
Charles A. Comiskey 
Louis J. Cross 
George D. Crowley 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Colonel Henry Crown 



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. Donahoe 

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 Jerome 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 Fielder 
George J. Fitzgerald 
John C. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerald 
Peter Fitzpatrick 
Daniel L. Flaherty 
John J. Flanagan 
Frank Flick 
John J. Foley 
Ray Foley 
Arthur H. Forbes 
Clarence E. Fox 
Zollie S. Frank 
Stephen J. Frawley 

Arthur J. Gallagher 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Admiral William O. Gallery 
James L. Garard 



140 



Lee J. Gary 
Francis J. Gerty, M.D. 
Frank J. Gillespie 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Joshua B. Glasser 
Louis Glunz 
John P. Goedert 
Maurice Goldblatt 
Richard Goodman 
George W. Grace 
Donald M. Graham 
Robert F. Graham 
Thomas A. Grant 
James T. Griffin 
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. Emmett 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. Jeremiah P. Holland 

Michael Howlett 

Patrick H. Hoy 



James T. Igoe, Jr. 
Hon. Michael L. 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 
Robert E. Joyce 

Frank L. Kartheiser 
John S. Kavanaugh 
Joseph S. Kearney 
Arthur Keating 
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 
Francis H. Kullman, Jr. 
Irv Kupcinet 

Hon. Walter J. LaBuy 
William J. Lancaster 
Dr. Paul E. Lawlor 
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 
Major Lenox R. Lohr 
Bernard W. Lynch 
Richard V. Lynch 
William J. Lynch 

Jack Mabley 
John Madden 
John Madigan 
Walter J. Madigan 
Joseph E. Magnus 
Dr. David B. Maher 
John J. Maher 
James R. Martin 
Howard G. Mayer 
John L. McCaffrey 
James B. McCahey, Jr. 
Arthur J. McConville 
Edwin B. McConville 
Hon. John V. McCormick 
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 
Charles L. Mee 
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 F. O'Keefe 
William P. O'Keefe 
William F. O'Meara 
Robert A. O'Reilly 
John E. O'Shaughnessy 
Marcellus M. Oshe 

Michael F. Peckels 
Howard V. Phalin 
Herbert M. Phillips 
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 Regnery 
James P. Reichmann 
E. V. Reichstetter 
Robert W. Reneker 
Thomas A. Reynolds 
John H. Riley 
G. Gale Roberson 
Burke B. Roche 



Leonard D. Ronin 
Arthur Rubloff 
Anthony J. Rudis 

Morris B. Sachs, Jr. 
George F. Salerno 
Joseph P. Savage 
John W. Scallan 
John Schmidt 
William M. Scholl, M.D. 
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 
Vincent D. Sill 
Jackson W. Smart 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Frederick W. Specht 
A. L. Starshak 
Clarence L. Steber 
Bolton Sullivan 
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 
Charles S. Werner 
Frank M. Whiston 
Elmer J. Whitty 
Albert J. Wilkins 
James C. Worthy 

Lloyd E. Yoder 



Eugene R. Zacher 
R. A. Zimmermann 



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Randolph Anderson 

Henry W. Angsten, Jr. 

James F. Ashenden, Jr. 

Norbert F. Armour 

Alexander H. Bacci 

Samuel W. Bailey 

George M. Baker 

Frank J. Balasa 

William M. Barr 

Charles R. Beauregard 

A. J. Belanger 

Edward J. Bennan 

Chester F. Bieschke 

John M. Bireley 

Cushman B. Bissell 

Harold W. Boedeker 

John R. Bogardus 

Thomas J. Boodell 

Louis H. G. Bouscaren 

Honorable 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. Cohill 



Frank C. Callahan 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Thomas E. Carey 
Raymond N. Carlen 
A. R. Carlson 
William Roy Carney 
Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 
Norman L. Cavedo 
John H. Chamberlain 
Fred E. Chambers 
Frank W. Chesrow 
Charles F. Clarke, Jr. 
James W. Close 
Robert Cole 
John E. Colnon 
Stuart Colnon 
Charles A. Comiskey 
Harry H. Comstock 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Arthur L. Conrad 
W. Daniel Conroyd 
Francis M. Corby 
Joseph N. Cordell 
Philip H. Cordes 
Joseph W. Cremin 
William A. Cremin 
Louis J. Cross 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Michael Cudahy 
James J. 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 

William P. Devine 

Angelo Dicello 

Terrence J. Dillon 

William S. Dillon 

William T. Divane 

James L. Donnelly 

Harry J. Dooley 

James A. Dooley 

Richard F. Dooley 

William G. Dooley 

Querin P. Dorschel 

Leo J. Doyle 

William J. Drennan 

George E. Driscoll 

Hon. Raymond P. Drymalski 

Thomas F. Duffy 

Edward W. Dunne 

Edmund F. Egan 

James A. Egan 

William Q. Egan 

Paul F. Elward 

William G. Ericsson 



Alexander Eulenberg 
David B. Fallon 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fieldler 
Richard G. Finn 
Edward R. Finnegan 
George J. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerald 
John J. Flanogan 
Edward J. Flynn 
Arthur H. Forbes 
Maurice B. Frank 
Stephen J. Frawley 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Frank A. Gallagher 
Admiral William O. Gallery 
James H. Galligan 
Thomas J. Galvin 
William J. Garvy 
John J. Gearen 
J. Jay Gerber 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Louis Glunz 
Thomas A. Gonser 
Carl Gorr 
Hubert Gotzes 
Bernard C. Grafft 
J. E. Grogan, Sr. 
George Halas, Jr. 
William J. Halligan, Sr. 



Businessmen for Loyola 





MR. T. M. THOMPSON 
Chairman 



MR. WALTER F. MULLADY 
Vice-Chairman 



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. Emmett Hanley 
aul Hossett 
nomas F. Hawkins 
nomas W. Havey 
iseph E. Henry 
atthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
eston A. Higgins 
harles M. Hines 
jbert W. Hobbs 
ig. Gen. H. Hoeffer 
atthew D. Hoy 
itrick H. Hoy 
ihn B. Huarisa 
jymond Hughes 
orman Hummel 
ihn J. Hurley 
imuel Insull, Jr. 
uce R. Jagor 
Iward J. Jennett 
Dward J. Johnson 
*en Barton Jones 
>bert E. Joyce 
hn S. Kavanaugh 
seph S. Kearney 
thur Keating 
seph W. Kehoe 
iuI A. Keim 
lories H. Kellstadt 
lymond L. Kelly 
3yd M. Kenlay 



Jniversity 



John A. Kennedy 
W. McNeil Kennedy 
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 
W. S. Knox 
Milton A. Kolar 
Sidney R. Korshak 
George H. Kronberg 
Alexander X. Kuhn 
Francis H. Kullman, Jr. 
J. J. Lancaster 
George A. Lane 
George P. Latchford 
Robert B. Latousek 
John N. Latter 
Elmer F. Layden 
Morris L. Leibman 
Nathaniel P. Leighton 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Robert P. Leroy 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
C. Ross Littig 



Since its beginning in 1955, Busi- 
essmen for Loyola University has 
rought more than $3,000,000 to the 
niversity's Great Teaching Program, 
i annual fund appeal to Loyola 
umni, business and industrial execu- 
ves, parents of Loyola students, and 
>undations. The goal of the 10th 
MLU program is $460,000 or 92 
caching units, each unit being a 
Drtion of the funds used to augment 
le income of a Loyola faculty mem- 
?r. Chicago area business and civic 
aders thus recognize that Loyola's 
'owth is a contribution to the growth 
" both city and nation. 



Park Livingston 
Warren A. Logelin 
Richard V. Lynch 
William J. Lynch 
William C Macdonald 
John G. Mack, Jr. 
David S. Mackie 
John Madden 
Neil J. Moloney 
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 
Clement J. McDonald 
Henry J. McDonald 
Frank J. McGarr 
Thomas P. McGuinness 
John B. McGuire 
Clarence W. Mcintosh 
Gerard A. McKinley 
H. V. McNamara 
Henry W. Meers 
Edward A. Menke 
Joseph E. Merrion 
William A. Moloney 
Edward J. Morrissey 
Richard G. Muench 
Walter F. Mullady 
Aidan I, Mullett 
John T. Murphy 
Joseph D. Murphy 
John A. Naghten 
Edward W. Nicewick 
T. Clifford Noonan 
Robert O'Boyle 
Patrick W. O'Brien 
Ambrose O'Callahan 
H. P. O'Connell, Jr. 
William B. O'Connell 
William T. O'Donnell 
Frank E. O'Dowd 
Paul B. O'Flaherty 
John F. O'Keefe 
William P. O'Keefe 
Donovan M. Olson 
William F. O'Meara 
Eugene T. O'Reilly 
Joseph T. O'Rourke 
John E. O'Shaughnessy 
Thomas W. O'Shaughnessy 
Carl Overton 
Bernard 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 
E. V. Reichstetter 
William H. Rentschler 
Richard Revnes 
Harlan Richards 
John H. Riley 
Grady L. Roark 
William H. Roberts 
Burke B. Roche 
Gerald A. Rooney 
Edwin A. Rowland 
Anthony J. Rudis 
Clarence J. Ruethling 
John Schmidt 
Thomas W. Sexton 
Fred R. Sextro 
Martin F. Shanahan 
Edward D. Sheehan 
J. Glenn Shehee 
Donald T. Sheridan 
Vincent D. Sill 
John L. Sloan 
Jackson W. Smart 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Harry T. Spellman 
Clarence L. Steber 
Walter A. Stohrer 
Bolton Sullivan 
John P. Sullivan 
Edwin M. Taber 
Richard L. Terrell 
James E. Thompson 
T. M. Thompson 
Reuben Thorson 
J. G. Tobin 
Harry J. Trainor 
John C. Tully 
Frank H. Uriell 
Charles S. Vrtis 
John J. Waldron 
Joseph E. Wallace 
Charles S. Werner 
D. G. Wetterauer 
Frank M. Whiston 
Jerome Whiston 
Elmer J. Whitty 
Albert J. Wilkins 
William J. Yarus 
Eugene R. Zacher 



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Mr. ond Mrs. Bernard Baran 





Mr. and Mrs. John J. Budz Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bilodeau 






Mr. and Mrs. William Buhl 




Mr. and Mrs. William Harper Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayes 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lever 




Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McCarthy 



Mr. and Mrs. Mark McDonaugh 





Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pallosch 




Mr. and Mrs. Michael Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pierce 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parker 





Mr. Ellworth Finnell 





Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Maxfield Weisbrod 



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\Ar. and Mrs. Joseph Farrell 



Dr. and Mrs. Aurel Goglin 




Ar. and Mrs. John McCarthy 



Parents Association of Loyola 

Personal contact is the keynote of all ac- 
tivities sponsored by the Parent Associates of 
Loyola: the admissions program designed to in- 
terest high school seniors in Loyola, the fund- 
raising drive to increase faculty salaries, and 
last, but not least, the social program high- 
lighted by a reception for freshmen parents, a 
Christmas party, and a dinner party in April. 
Since its founding in 1957, it has helped to 
maintain the University's high level of edu- 
cation. 

Students Association of Loyola 

With representatives from fraternities, sor- 
orities, independent and academic societies, 
as well as residents of both men's and women's 
dormitories, the Student Associates of Loyola 
has become one of our most comprehensive or- 
ganizations. Closely connected with the Parent 
Associates of Loyola, SAL uses personal contact 
as the basis of its activities — thus following 
in the worthy footsteps of its "parent" organi- 
zation. 



b Walavich and Mariann Henry tell benefits of Loyola to a 
ispective student. 




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Estate Planning Commission 



"Your Influence on tomorrow" sums up the 
aim of the Estate Planning Committee, an as- 
sociation of outstanding attorneys, trust officers 
and accountants under the direction of Mr. 
Eugene R. Zacher, Director of Estate Planning. 

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




Cushman B. Bissell 
Chairman 




John J. Waldron 
Vice-Chairman 




Alexander Eulenberg 





Cloir W. Furlong 



John P. Goedert 




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Morris I. Liebman 




Frank D. Mayer 





John P. McGoorty 



William K. Traynor 



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Medical Center Council 



With the increasing number of applicants 
to the Stritch School of Medicine, plans were 
made last year to move to the new facilities 
being built in Maywood. Financing the new 
center by raising funds is the task which the 
businessmen forming the Medical Center Coun- 
cil have undertaken. With the completion of the 
final facilities, the Medical School will be able 
to accomodate more students and expand its 
operational services. 



Charles H. Kellstadt 
Chairman 








James E. Coston 



Robert W. Galvin 



Charles C. Kerwin 



Harold Lachman 



John R. Lewis 








Mrs. Frank J. Lewis 



Joseph E. Merrion 



Mrs. C. E. Niehoff 



Michael R. Notaro 



Leo H. Schoenhofen 








John F. Smith, Jr. 



Fred B. Snite 



Frederick W. Specht 



Clarence Steber 



W. Clement Stone 



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Alumni Council 



In an effort to maintain a fruitful relation- 
ship between the University and its graduates, 
the Alumni Council — created only a few years 
ago — has already initiated an Alumni News- 
letter and a very successful Alumni Day. The 
continued service of loyal alumni is the bene- 
ficial result. 




Monica T. Hoffler 




Frank J. Hogan Jr. 





A. J. Bremner 



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Edward W. Dunne 




Joseph S. Kearney Sr. 




Carl J. Madda, D.D.S. 






Norton O'Meara 



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Raymond H. Conley, M.D. 



Timothy J. Connelly 



Philip W. Cordes 




Raymond R. Ganey 





William M. Gibbons 



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John L. Keeley 





Robert C. Keenan 



Winifred O'Toole 



Fred Sextro 



John J. Waldron 



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Office of 
Admissions 



In Loyola's never-ending search for aca- 
demic quality, Rev. John C. Malloy, S.J., Dean 
of Admissions, is a mainstay. Besides being re- 
sponsible for the record evaluation of all Loyola 
applicants, his Office of Admissions holds a 
series of seminars designed to attract academic 
talent from Chicago high schools. 




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



John E. Honnon and Thomas J. Dyba, As- 
sistants to the Dean; and Mary Jo Shannon, 
Counselor. 




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Student Counselors 





REV. JOHN T. DILLON, S.J. 



REV. RALPH TALKIN, S.J. 





REV. MARK HURTUBISE, S.J. 



REV. J. DONALD HAYES, S.J. 



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The Committee on Student Activities and Welfare: Richard Kusek, 
Leona Smolinski, Rev. Joseph Small, S.J., Harry L. McCloskey, Rev. 
Charles Ronan, S.J., Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J. Not present: James M. 
Forkins, Dr. Ralph Gruber, Miss Mariette LeBlanc. 




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MARIETTE LeBLANC 
Dean of Women 



JOAN STEINBRECHER 
Assistant Dean of Women 



VIRGINIA WEBB 
Assistant to the Dean of Women 



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Office 
Of the 
Dean of 
Students 



Rights Representatives G. Marie 
Leaner, Anita Weisbrod and Jim Ma- 
sek present 2,764 student support 
signatures to Dean McCloskey, Chair- 
man of the Committee on Student 
Activities and Welfare. 





WALTER BLOCK 

Director of Housing and Administrator 

for Foreign Student Affairs 



JOHN A. TOSTO 
Director of Students Activities 



With branches at both Lake 
Shore and Lewis Towers, the Dean 
Df Students Office coordinates non- 
academic student life at Loyola. 
Student activities, housing, foreign 
student affairs, discipline, student 
nealth and welfare, student govern- 
ment, and the University Calendar 
are all important concerns in this 
area — typified by such groups as 
the Committee on Student Ac- 
tivities and Welfare — and all are 
jnder the authority of this very busy 
department of the University. 





MICHAEL HAWKINS 
Director of Male Personnel 



HARRY L. McCLOSKEY 
Dean of Students 



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Administrative Staff 



Behind the scenes is the Administrative 

Staff, helping the University to function smooth- 
ly. Although students very seldom come into 
direct contact with its representatives, all bene- 
fit from their services. A few members are here- 
in presented to suggest the wide scope of their 
activities. 




Richard A. Barry 
Director of Public Relations 





James W. Sassen 
Director of Alumni Relations 



Edward Engel 

Assistant to the Director of 

Alumni Relations 






Robert Dameron 
Assistant Director of Public Relations 



Thomas R. Sanders 
Director of Development 



Elizabeth McCann 
Registrar 



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Mary Manzke 
Examiner of Credentials 



George A. Hostert Jr. 
Assistant to Fr. Mulligan 




William P. Moloney 

Director of Development 

Stritch School of Medicine 





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Frances M. Stuhmiller 
Secretary to the President 




Marguerite S. Drury 
Assistant to Mr. Hawkins 



Eileen Scheffler 
Secretary to Mr. Conroyd 



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Library Staff 



Standing: Yvonne Damien, Mrs. Dorothy Cox, James Meehan, Mrs. 
Dionysia Pappas, Cindy Webster, James C. Cox, Director; James 
Cherry, Genevieve Delano, Horace Gray. Seated: Mary Davis, Mrs. 
Mary McGrath, Eleanor Kennedy, Mrs. Beatrice Gift, Laurel Tossing. 




Standing: Rom Nisiumas, Tom Murphy, Emil Bariuk. Seated: 
Mrs. Nancy Manning, Christine Saletta, Mrs. Mary Elliott. 



JAMES C. COX 
Director of Libraries 




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REV. WALTER P. KROLIKOWSKI, S.J. 
Dean 



The College of 
Arts and Sciences 



The College of Arts and Sciences must be 
seen as the heart of any University, pumping its 
students to the various graduate and profes- 
sional schools, empowering them first with the 
broad knowledge that they need to be good men, 
and then with the force that will speed them into 
one small capillary of learning. The muscles of 
this organ at Loyola are the Jesuits and laymen 
who staff and administer the 1 8 departments of 
the College. It is the oldest division of the Uni- 
versity, and generally the largest. Through it 
pass the most students and from it must pass 
the most fully developed men. 



Noreen Halpin, secretary to Fr. Walsh, discusses student 
problems with Nancy Lisyewski. 




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




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REV. JOSEPH M. WALSH, S.J. 
Administrative Assistant to the President 




DION J. WILHELMI 
Assistant Dean 




ROBERT P. CAHILL 
Assistant to the Dean (LT) 



LSC Arts and Sciences secretaries Jan 
Donnelly and Geraldine Mee give serv- 
ice with a smile. 





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REV. CARL J. BURLAGE, S.J. 

Honors Program Director 

Lake Shore Campus 



Honors Program 

The Loyola University Honor's Program was 
first announced on July 9, 1936, and has since 
continued in an effort to fully cultivate intellec- 
tually gifted Loyolans. Presently, the program is 
under the direction of Rev. C. J. Burlage, S.J. 
who describes it as a means to fullfill "the 
special needs of the talented student so that he 
could properly achieve the aims of personal 
development and preparation, in terms of infor- 
mation and skills for accepting and properly dis- 
charging his responsibility in American society." 
The special Honors sections in English, history, 
logic, metaphysics, and speech bring gifted stu- 
dents into close contact with each other and with 
the teacher. During the Senior year an Honor 
student experiences intensive independent in- 
quiry as he works on the Honors thesis in his 
major or prepares for his public examination. 
All Honors Students have a 3.3 average or 
better, but more important than this arbitrary 
figure to the individual within the program and 
to the entire University is the attempt at edu- 
cation in depth which Loyola is making. 




Kothie Bender in Biological Reseorch. 




DR. JOSEPH WOLFF 

Honors Program Director 

Lewis Towers 



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



Pre-Seminary 
Latin Program 

"Hawaii", "California", "Florida", read the 
tags on the baggage arriving at Loyola Hall last 
February — as well as "New York", "Pennsyl- 
vania", "Virginia", "Ohio", "North Dakota", 
"Wisconsin", and "Illinois". 

What brought people to iced-in Chicago 
from the winter vacation paradises of the world, 
and from the major metropolises of the States? 
The will to qualify as AN ANGEL after just four 
months. 

"An Angel! What do you mean!" 

Oh, by now, any resident in Loyola Hall will 
tell you. That's the name humorously applied 
to themselves by the men in Father Henderson's 
Pre-Seminary Latin Program. The name began 
in 1955; the Program, in 1948. 

And the way those fellows have to work, 
and have worked, consistently, each yearly 
group of them, since 1948, would almost make 
you think they possess angelic powers of en- 
durance. 

Equipped by June with sufficient Latin 
knowledge for acceptance into major semi- 
naries, they leave Loyola with love for Fr. 
Henderson in their hearts and write back to him 
year after year, literally around the world:' 53 
dioceses, 22 Orders, dozens of countries from 
Peru to Taiwon. 




Back row: Mark Mahowald, Carl Rubalcava, Frank Tabor, Andy 
Grimes, Quent Gipp, Ed Cupp, Jim Quinlan, Ron Tucker, Gary 
Morgan. Middle row: Al Lloyd, Dick Harris, Bob Steele, Lee Gil- 



bert, Jim McPhillips, Jerry Skaja, George Balogh. Front row: Rev. 
Laurence E. Henderson, S.J., Rod Brown, Jim Krah, George Mills, 
Tom Burgoon, Ernie Petscher, Dick Shea. 



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Standing: Dr. Hawley, Mr. Jones, Dr. Edward Palinscar, Dr. Edmund 
Guttes, Mr. Hudson, Dr. Redding, Dr. Annan, Dr. Robbins. Seated: 
Miss Virginia Kuta, Dr. Benedict Jaskoski, Rev. Walter Peters, S.J., 

Dr. Mark Goldie. 



Biology 



Chemistry 



Standing: Dr. Harvey Posvic, Dr. Raymond Mariella, Chairman; Dr. 
John Reed, Dr. Elliott Burrell, Dr. Bruno Jaselskis, Dr. Frank Cassa- 
retto. Seated: Dr. John Huston, Carl Moore, Edward Lim, James Wilt. 




164 




Rev. Edward Cincoski, S.J., Edward Menes, Rev. Raymond Schoder, 
S.J., Rev. Lawrence Henderson, S.J., Rev. Theodore Tracy, S.J., 
Chairman, Dr. D. Herbert Abel, Rev. James Mertz, S.J., Dr. Leo 
Kaiser, Charles Weisbrod, Dr. Humphary Cordes. 



Classics 



Standing: William Meyer, Dr. Samuel Mayo, Dr. Ernest Proulx, Dr. 
James Russell, Dr. Melvin Heller, Dr. Gerald Gutek, Dr. John Wel- 
lington, Rev. Drolet, S.J., Dr. Arthur O'Maro. Seated: Dr Henry 
Malecki, Dr. Jasper Volenti, Dr. John Wozniak, Margoret Dagenias 
Douglas VanBramer, Rosemary Donatelli, Carter Frieberg. 



Education 




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Standing: George Zimmer, Michael A. Bednarz, Dr. Earl J. Clark, Dr. Paul A. Hummert, 
Dr. Thomas R. Gorman, Rev. Edward J. Montville, S.J., Roger A. Geimer, Dr. Remi G. 
Dubuque, Rev. Joseph G. Milunas, S.J., Edmund Rooney. Seated: Dr. Martin J. Svaglic, 
Dr. Patrick J. Casey, Rosemary C. Hartnett, Dr. Anthony S. LaBranche, Dr. John S. Ger- 
rietts, Chairman; Dr. Catherine Jarrott, Peggy Ann Moloney. 



English 



Standing: Rita C. Clarkson, Dr. John P. Beifuss, Dion J. Wilhelmi, Dr. Stanley A. Clayes, 
Dr. James D. Barry, William C. Cavanaugh, Dr. David J. Spencer, Dr. Joseph J. Wolff. 
Seated: Edward B. Babowicz, Dr. Barbara Davis, Dr. Robert M. Davis, Catherine Cook, 
Rev. Carl J. Stratman, C.S.V., John S. Brennan. 




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Mathematics 



Back row: Joseph Zajdel, Dr. Richard Driscoll, Dr. Robert Reisel, 
Rev. Charles Rust, S.J., Chairman; John Connelly, Bernard Petosa, 
Nguyen T. Long. Front row: Joseph Taylor, Mrs. Joseph Taylor, 
Barbara Pankos, Diane Szarowicz, Chester Thompson. 



Back row: Richard Strattner, Dr. Joseph Gagliano, Dr. Franklin 
Walker, Dr. Betty Silvestro, Mary Ellen' Didier, Rev. Francis Grollig, 
S.J.; Dr. Margaret O'Dwyer, Rev. John Mentag, S.J.; Dr. Robert 
McCluggage, Rev. Charles Ronan, S.J. Front row: Raymond Teich- 
mon, Rev. William Russell, S.J.; Dr. Paul Kiniery, Rev. Jerome Jacob- 
son, S.J.; Joseph Kelly, Dr. Paul Leitz, Chairman; Dr. John Reardon, 
Dennis J. Lamping. 



History 



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Military 
Science 




Back row: Staff Sergeant Scott, Staff Sergeant Garnett Clark, Staff 
Sergeant Charles Dresdow, 1st Sergeant Tom Dolan. Front row: 
Captain William D. Vergot, Lt. Colonel Charles Murphy, Captain 
Nicholas Craddock. 



Standing: Charles Lombard, Mercedes M. Robles, Gina Daro, Albin 
Liaugmmas, Dr. Wilma Iggers, Carlos E. Martin, S.J.; Leonard 
R. Jorgensen. Seated: James Graham-Lujan, Philip M. Doherty, 
Valerio M. Laube, Dr. Lilia Frenandez, Sister Marie Celeste, Hor- 
tensia Lugo. 



Modern Language 







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Natural 
Science 



Marjorie Andre, Alice Hayes, Dr. Lloyd Ar- 
nold, Chairman; Sonja Ringstrom. 




Standing: Dr. George Connelly, George Geyer, Rev. Joseph l.oftus, S.J., Louis Tenzis, Rev. 
Joseph Walsh, S.J., Theodore Kondoleon, Rev. Murel Vogel, S.J., William O'Meara, Dr. 
F. Torrens Hecht, S.J., Chairman; Rev. Vincent Kelly, S.J., Dr. Francis Catania, Thomas 
Buckley, Hugh Scullen, Rev. Lothar Nurnberger, S.J., Peter Maxwell, Rev. William Dehler, 
S.J. Seared: Rev. Adrian Boekraad, M.H.M., Rev. Carmel Galea, Nelson LaPlante, Rev. 
F. Torrens Hecht, S.J., Chairman; Rev. Vincent Kelly, S.J., Dr. Francis Catania, Thomas 
Dolan, Dr. Robert Barry. 



Philosophy 



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Physics 



Standing: Joseph Osiki, Lynn Roll, Gerhard Ditz, Mrs. Sandra Polk, 
John Dykla, Richard Oehlberg. Seated: George Domingo, Mark 
Minkler, Rev. J. Donald Roll, S.J., Chairman; John Melchoirs, Dr. 
Albert Claus, Dr. Theodore Phillips. 



Political Science 



Standing: Dr. Vasyl Markus, Dr. Gor- 
don Patric. Seated: Dr. Joseph 
Menez, Rev. Joseph Small, S.J., 
Chairmon; Rev. Francis J. Powers. 





Standing: Dr. Vasyl Markus, Rev. 
Francis Powers, C.S.V. Seated: Rev. 
Joseph Small, S.J., Dr. Francis Schwar- 
zenberg, Rev. Robert Hartnett, S.J., 
Dr. Allan Larsen. 



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Dr. Thomas Kennedy, Dr. LeRoy Wauck, John Snyder, Dr. Ronald 
Walker, Chairman; Rev. Charles Doyle, S.J., Dr. Frank Kobler, Dr. 
Horatio Rimoldi, Dr. S. Warren Thiesen, Rev. Vincent Herr, SJ. 



Psychology 



Sociology 



Standing: Richard Smolar, Russell Circo, Richard Moodey, Robert 
Lammers. Seated: Dr. Joseph Mundi, Dr. Marcel Fredericks, "Dr. 
Edwin Gross, Dr. Paul Mundy, Chairman. 




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Standing: John Moore, William Morris, David Humphrey, Dr. Donald 
Dickinson, James Coakley. Seated: Rev. Charles Wilkinson, C.S.S.R.; 
Elaine Koprowski, Ruby deGryse, Catherine Geary, Donald Stinson, 
Chairman. 



Speech and Drama 



Theology 



Standing: Rev. David J. Bowman, S.J.; Rev. Stephen Varga, Rev. Michael I. Gannon, S.J.; 
Charles P. Kindregan, Rev. Charles J. Carmody, Rev. Edward J. Rapp, Rev. John J. Fahey, 
Rev. Arthur C. Haubold, Rev. John Kuhlmey, Rev. Philip T. Weller, Rev. Marcellus Monaco, 



Rev. Raymond F. Bellock, S.J.; Rev. Dominic M. Crossan, 
C.S.V., Rev. George V. Wormser, Rev. John Ryan, Very 
Thomas J. Bryant, S.J. Seated: Rev. Ralph H. Talkin, S.J., 
E, Mullin, S.J., Rev. Francis L, Filos, S.J., Chairman; 
George A. Slominski, Rev. William A. Dehler, S.J. 



O.S.M., Rev. Harold E. 

Rev John W. Curran, 
Rev. Robert J. Fox, S.J. 

Rev. Mark Hurtubise, 



Thompson, 
O.P., Rev. 
Rev. John 
S.J., Rev. 




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The School of 

Business 

Administration 



To keep pace with the rapidly expanding com- 
merce of the nation, Dean Raymond C. Baumhart, 
S.J. constantly strives to improve the School of Busi- 
ness Administration. The curriculum keeps pace with 
the most recent advances in accounting, business 
law, economics, marketing and management. The 
specialization required is augmented by liberal arts, 
philosophy and theology which round out the pro- 
gram and the student's education. The aim is to 
produce men who are well versed in both commerce 
and ethics, forming a solid foundation on which to 
base future business conduct. 





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




MR. LEONARD ZIMNY 

Freshman Counsellor and Director of 

Lewis Towers Athletic Program 



MR. JOHN M. BORGARD 
Assistant to the Dean 



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Accounting 




Standing: Marvin Kopulsky, Charles Caufield. Seated: Richard F. 
Kusek, George Cummings, Adam P. Stach. 



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Business 
Law 



Standing: John Jozwiak, 
Chairman. Seated: John 
O'Malley, Dr. John Zvetino, 
Dr. J. Raymond Sheriff. 



Economics - Finance 




Standing: Paul Grant, Dr. John Martin, Dr. Edwin H. Draine. Seated: Dr. S. M. Frizol, Dr. T. A. 
Mogilnitsky, Dr. Helen Potter, Dr. Francis Murans. 



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Dr. Gerhard W. Ditz, Dr. R. A. Meier, Frank J. Svestka. 



Marketing 



Standing: Dr. Raymond R. Mayer, Rev. Raymond C. Jancauskas, S.J.; 
Alfred S. Oskanys. Seated: Robert E. Marlin, Joseph V. McCullough, 
Dr. Joseph O. Englet. 



Management 




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University College 



RICHARD A. MATRE 
Dean 





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JOHN P. DONOHUE 
Assistant Dean 



JOSEPH A. BARNEY 

Administrative Assistant to Dean Matre 

and Editor of "Night Lire" 



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1914 marked the establishment of the Uni- 
versity College, a college of the University which 
draws from both Arts and Sciences and Business 
Administration, but at the same time exists 
as a separate entity comprising miniature 
Loyola. 

Established to enable students to complete 
their education, though unable to attend classes 
during the day, the University College carries 
all courses given during the day. Late after- 
noons, evenings, and Saturdays find the UC stu- 
dents working for A.B.'s and B.S.'s in Liberal 
Arts, Education, and Business. 

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




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Rosemary Foote and Joan Brink send advance bulletins to cur- 
rently attending students. 




University College students enjoy Joan Spitzer's discussion of the 
Book of Isaiah. 



179 




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




DR. PAUL KINIERY 
Assistant Dean 




Kay Smith, Graduate School Secretary 



180 



Graduate School 



Research and scholarship keynote the aims and 
ideals of students in the Graduate School. Since 
1926 Loyola has enrolled top students in its gradu- 
ate programs, the best receiving assistantships and 
fellowships with the common aim of all being the ad- 
vanced degree. Masters degrees in arts and science 
followed by doctoral degrees in a wide range of fields 
give the Graduate School great flexibility. 

Study in the major field is the main goal follow- 
ing an intensive program. The practical experience 
is not lacking with teaching comprising an integral 
part of most graduate programs. 




Nancy Slattery consults M.A. thesis while 
doing research project. 




Graduate students receiving guidance from Dr. Kiniery. 



181 





REV. WILLIAM O. MADDEN, S.J. 
Dean of Theology 



The traditional sundial blends easily with the modern design of the 
main entrance at Bellarmine. 



182 




Bellarmine Aurora 

June 1964 saw the end of the West Baden 
era of the Chicago Province of the Society of 
Jesus. For 30 years, the West Baden Springs 
Hotel, once a world famous spa and a gift of the 
late Charles E. Ballard, had served as a schol- 
asticate for the young Jesuits. Over that period 
549 men had made their philosophical and 
theological studies and been ordained to the 
priesthood at "Baden". 

Early in 1964 the Jesuits purchased the Hil- 
ton Inn at North Aurora and in June the com- 
munity and 28 semi-trailerloads of books and 
furniture moved thereto. Now known as Bellar- 
mine School of Theology of Loyola University, 
the new seminary consists of a group of eight 
well-constructed buildings located on a 1 2 acre 
site at the northwest corner of the junction of 
the East-West Tollway and Highway 31. Bellar- 
mine now serves as a major seminary for the 
Jesuits of the Chicago and Detroit Provinces. 

The new location provides modern housing 
accommodations, decreased maintenance, and 
proximity to the academic and cultural oppor- 
tunities of Chicago. A familiar sight on the 
East-West Tollway is the blue Bellarmine bus 
speeding the Jesuits to and from Chicago. 





REV. WALTER FARRELL, S.J. 
Rector 




REV. MICHAEL MONTAGUE, S.J. 
Dean of Philosophy 



183 





"I'd watch out for Dapper Dan in the Belmont.' 



Pleasant surroundings provide opportunity for meditation. 





'Never double with four points." 



Physical labor is enthusiastically wel- 
comed in the Platonic spirit. 



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Beautiful gloss-walled corridors join buildings and provide an enjoy- 
able atmosphere for conversations regardless of weather conditions. 

A familiar sight on Highway 41 is the blue Bellarmine bus bringing 
students to Lewis Towers. 




The "Aurora Hilton." 



185 




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School of Dentistry 




The aim of the dental curriculum is to pre- 
pare students to be competent professionals. 
Allied with this, however, is the desire to impart 
to the future dentists a sound appreciation of 
the intellectual, social, and spiritual values of 
life. The fact that Loyola has trained dentists 
whose competence is nationally recognized is a 
good indication that the school does achieve 
its aim. 

Housed in a five-story building situated in 
the West Side Medical Center, the school has 
all the facilities needed in the four year program 
for a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, includ- 
ing a large reference library, containing texts, 
reference volumes, and current medical and 
dental journals. The building also features a 
clinic which serves as a teaching laboratory, giv- 
ing the students opportunities to work with 
many varieties of cases. 



DR. WILLIAM P. SCH0EN 
Dean 




DR. FRANK M. AMATUR0 
Assistant Dean 



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MR. HANKO 
Bursar 








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DR. JOHN R. ALLISON 
Director of Clinics 




JOHN E. BLICKENSTAFF 

Director of Audio-Visual 

Education 



DR. LOUIS BLANCHET 
Pharmacology 







DR. NICHOLAS BRESCIA 
Anatomy 



DR. WILLIAM BURCH 
Pedodontics 



DR. NICHOLAS CHOUKAS 
Oral Surgery 



DR. PAUL DAWSON 
Operative Surgery 







DR. JOSEPH JARABAK 
Orthodontics 



DR. FRANK LUCATORTO 
Clinical Oral Diagnosis 



DR. GEORGE MATOUSEK 
Fixed Prothesis 



DR. JOHN O'MALLEY 
Histology 



188 









REV. LESTER J. EVETT, S.J. 
Counselor 



MARTIN MOLAR 
Librarian 







DR. ANTHONY W. GARGIULO 
Periodontics 



DR. RINERT GERHARD 
Prosthodontics 



DR. THOMAS L. GRISAMORE 
Microbiology and Pathology 



DR. ROLF G. GRUBER 
Dental Materials 







DR. GUSTAN W. RAPP 
Chemistry and Physiology 



DR. MARIO V. SANTANGELO 
Chairman of Radiodontics 

and Director of 
Dental Assistants Program 



DR. MARSHALL H. SMULSON 
Endodontics 



189 



DR. PATRICK D. TOTO 
Research and Oral Pathology 





Geraldine Sohardi, a graduate student from Indonesia discusses 
class material with Senior student William Poison. 








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A break between classes in the cafeteria — 
everyone eats and thinks about teeth. 



Mrs. Winifred Garvey is called the director of 
communications at the Dental School. 



190 



Dr. Alfred Harris demonstrates operative dentistry tech- 
niques to a group of sophomore students. 



Left to right: George Solhkhah, Dr. Fred Pacer, Dr. Rinert 
Gerhard, Chairman; Terrence Murphy, Dr. Jackson Fletcher, 
and Ralph Del Monico. 






In the laboratory operative techniques course for sophomores, we find 
Dr. Joseph Cantafio, Dr. Adalbert Vlazny, and Dr. Alfred Harris. 




191 




Dean Skuble works on a pa- 
tient while Dr. Maurice Zal- 
can, George Motousek, Steven 
Sanders, Chairman, and Kent 
Angerbauer look on atten- 
tively. 




In the Freshman Histology lab we find Alice Richter, one of the female freshman students 
in the Dental School this year. The instructors, in white, are Dr. Marshall Smulson, and 
Dr. John O'Malley, Chairman of the Histology Department. 



192 




Dr. Joseph R. Jarobak, Chairman of Orthodontics lectures to grad stu- 
dents Gene Dongieux, Buddy Ellis, Robert Lokas, Gerald Geoffrey, Peter 
Wall, Keith Grimson, Dale Kostiwa and Ed Geigel. 



Dorothy Zajauskas works 
on a clinic patient. 




193 




JOHN C. HAYES 
Dean 




The School 
of Law 



Informality proves no hindrance to dedicated scholarship. 



The most proficient and recent studies in 
law are employed by the faculty of The School of 

Law in instructing aspiring barristers to the high 
standards demanded of them in their role as 
professional men, community leaders, and ex- 
amples of living Christianity. 

In the School of Law the principles of law 
are treated as rational means to the attainment 
of true justice. Thorough preparation for a dedi- 
cated career in law is insured by a 56 year tra- 
dition of high quality and through continuous 
survey and revision of the law courses. 



194 






James Forkins 



Of course, if all the evidence is against my client, as a last resort we 
might even plead guilty. 







Faculty: Standing: Rev. John J. Kinsella, 5. J., Charles W. Linder, 
Vincent F. Vitullo. Seated: Charles R. Purcell, Jr., William L. Lamey, 



John C. Hayes, Dean; Francis C. Sullivan, Richard V. Carpenter. 



195 




No, Johnson, that was not the Bar I was discussing. 



Frederic D. Donnelly, Jr. and Alfred V. Kulys, Law School Librarians, 
pause from their many duties to accomodate an unusual request. 




196 



Mid-afternoon finds a typical scene in the Law School library. 




197 



The Stritch School 




DR. JOHN F. SHEEHAN 

Dean and Vice-President of the 

Stritch School of Medicine 




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



In recent years fortune has smiled on the 
Stritch Medical School. In 1961, 61.7 acres of 
government surplus property at the Hines 
Veterans Administration Hospital were given to 
LU for construction of a new medical center. 
Loyola's House of Medicine in Mid-America ad- 
vanced another giant step towards its goal when 
it received in the summer of 1964 a federal 
grant matching of $1,970,000 to assist in con- 
struction of research facilities in the planned 
new Medical Center. Later a grant of $7, 
964,000 was awarded for teaching facilities, in- 
cluding the hospital. Funds for the Center have 
been received from many private foundations 
and industries and drives conducted by a Build- 
ing Fund Committee. From all sources a total of 
$19 million has been collected. 

Highlighting this year's events were the an- 
nual Stritch Medical Dinner, which was more 
successful than ever, and a Medicine Jubilee 
Ball in May commemorating the 50th anniver- 
sary of the Medical School and the projected 
groundbreaking for the $26 million Loyola 
Medical Center. 

Special features of the Center will include: 
an Institute of Mind, Drugs, and Behavior; an 
Institute of Medicine and Morals; an Out- 
patient clinic staffed by Loyola trained person- 
nel; and a Physical Rehabilitation Center. 

A faculty of 615 guides 330 students cur- 
rently along the arduous road leading to the 
coveted M.D. 



DR FREDERICK M. SELFRIDGE 
Assistant Dean 




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of Medicine 



Michael Matlok, John Draus, Dr. Robert Claw- 
son, Dr. Herbert Bargausen, Miss Diane Moses, 
and Ronald Pritikin study anatomical charts. 





Junior medical students Leo Wrona, Terrence Demon, Stephen Morse, 
Robert Schumack make an analysis of pressure pulses and heart- 
sound tracings with the polygraph along witth Vincent V. Glaviano, 
Ph.D., professor of physiology, and Dr. Harold B. Haley, associate 
professor of surgery. 



Tom Claus and Frances Gauitt (foreground) along with Daryl Christ, 
Howard Murray, Kee Soon Kim, Tom Sobotka, Dr. Norten Melchior 



of the biochemistry and biophysics departments, Edward Sapp, and 
Consuelo Agrelo use new ultramicro equipment. 




199 




Students examine slides in cinemascope no less. 





On Out-Patient Medicine Clerkship at Fantus Clinic are Alfred 
Karnicki, Algirdas Kavalianas, M.D., and Steve Berman. 



Dr. John Masterson and Charles Deitschel examine a newborn 
baby and its mother. 



200 




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201 




Medical microbiology seems to fascinate these 
people, at least for the .present time. 



Gary Ruoff, Cecelia Hissong, Charles Hammel, Philip Grossi, Joseph 
Paxhia, Steven Berman, Alfred Karnicki, Dr. Robert Barnet, Raymond 
Koziol and Francis Connery at Fantus clinic. 




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Joseph Paxhia and Steven Bermon 
serve an out-patient clerkship under 
Dr. Robert Barnet, Director of Clinics 
at Loyola. 



Left to Right: Thomas Norton, James 
Talano, Paul McEnery, Robert Malli- 
son, Dr. John Masterson, Dr. Mario 
Oriatti, Al Brown, Charles Deitschel, 
Jon Smith, and Leroy Smith. 



At Cook County Children's Hospital, 
on Pediatric Clerkship are Juniors 
Dennis Weisbrod, Frank Barnett, Roc- 
co Marrese, Jack Segal, Mary Peters, 
Thomas Laskey, examining little pa- 
tient William Seneca with James 
Lee, Dr. Albert Pisani, and William 
Schmitz. 



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203 




Sophomore Medical School students attend a lecture in Pathology at Hines Hospital. 




Seven students to one patient; 
won't he get a royal treatment. 



204 



Saideh Safavi works on Elec- 
tron Microscope. 



Librarian Helen Huelsman 
. . . returned books ... on 
time . . . smiles . . . why 
not? 




Dr. Brian Jolfsson confers 
with some sophomore stu- 
dents in a Pathology labora- 
tory course. 





Gladys Kiniery 
Dean 




School of Nursing 



A strong academic program is only one half 
of the School of Nursing program. Such diverse 
studies as biology, literature, psychology, and 
philosophy are integrated with diverse hospital and 
public health training which rounds the curriculum 
and culminates 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 
designed to supplement their previous training. 

The aim of the two degree programs is to pro- 
duce highly competent nurses, to instill in them the 
fundamentals of Catholic nursing, thus producing 
a well-rounded woman capable of meeting the many 
challenges of the Nursing profession. 




Marsha Poremski examines medical 
equipment at St. Joseph's Hospital. 



Essie Anglum 
Assistant Dean 



206 




Seated: Jane Kennedy, Doris Mills, Glenna Blier, 
Virginia Stiff, and Dr. Imogene King, Director. 




Standing: Leona Smolinski, Audrey Kachelski, Jane Kennedy, Nancy Ann Smith, Avis Mc- 
Donald, Margaret Keeler, Marjorie Kaepplinger, Joan Alexander, Mary Ann Dzik, Rita 
Doubles, Dr. Imogene King, Darlene Bracegirdle, Dr. Mary Connolly, Marian Corcoran, 
Frances Geddo. Seated: Sister Victorine, D.C., Marie Arreguin, Essie Anglum, Gladys 
Kiniery, Rose McKay, Alice Bradel, Mary Sloan, Bernice Carroll. 



207 




Laura Bernard and Ruby Amoroso prepare a patient's room. 




Sister Mary Janet, C. S.F.N, and Sister Mary Jeanne, C.S.F.N., offer 
T.L.C. to children at St. Joseph's Hospital. 



208 




Marsha Poremski establishes nurse-patient re- 
lation in the psychiatric division. 




Laura Bernard and Ruby Amoroso receive in- 
structions on the operation of a defiberil- 
lator at St. Joseph's. 




Joyce Chromicz gives a ride to a patient. 



Whoever heard of a hypodermic martini? 




209 




Eileen Mulqueeney conducts a tour of the Lake 
Shore Campus for prospective nursing students. 




Senior nurses Jean Olesky, Joyce Chromicz, 
and Potricia O'Rourke study for exams. 



210 




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Diane Wachowski and Arlene Trzeciak check 
records. 



Jean Olesky explains the problems of a dia- 
betic. 




Ann Roney, Judy Peterson, and Beth Homan explain the advantages of 
Loyolo University and its nursing program to prospective students. 



211 







REV. RALPH A. GALLAGHER, S.J., R.I. P. 
Director 



Institute 

of 

Social 

and 

Industrial 

Relations 



The late Rev. Ralph A. Gallagher, S.J., was 
one of the first in this country to recognize the 
need for trained men in the complexities of In- 
dustrial Relations, Personnel Management, and 
Public Administration. In 1941 he founded what 
is now the largest graduate school of its kind: 
The Institute of Social and Industrial Relations. 

The Institute is a professional division of 
Loyola's Graduate School offering a Master of 
Social and Industrial Relations. There are cur- 
rently over 200 students enrolled in the three 
majors of this degree program. For those busi- 
ness men who are not seeking a degree, but want 
knowledge in a special facet of Industrial Re- 
lations, Personnel Management, or Public Ad- 
ministration, the Institute offers several short 
seminars each year and features some of the 
country's most outstanding businessmen as 
speakers. 

I.S.I.R., the University, and the entire com- 
munity were saddened when on March 10 
Father Gallagher died of a sudden heart attack. 
"During his 30 years at Loyola, Fr. Gallagher's 
service to the University, to Chicago, and the 
nation earned him a reputation as one of the 
country's most prominent criminologists and 
sociologists." Newspaper editorials and expres- 
sions of condolence and praise poured in from 
civic and religious leaders for one whose name 
perhaps most stood for "Loyola". R.I. P. 




I.S.I. R. Instructors, Standing: Donald Ross, Dr. Julius Rezler, Edward 
Vondrazek, Paul Grant. Seated: Anthony Lawless, Arthur Malinow- 
ski, William Howell. 



212 




At the I.S.I.R. Dinner Party, the faculty members and their wives 
smile. 



In party attire are Ernie Lenz, Mrs. Lenz, Jeanne Krogh, Marion 
Blake, Gerald Hanlon, Jeanne Lawlor, and Joseph Starkey. 




A recent seminar at the I.S.I.R. 





Donald Chenicek, Assistant to the Di- 
rector. 



Dr. Julius Rezler and Paul Grant share the podium. 



213 



School of Social Work 



The School of Social Work has instilled in its 
graduates a blend of behavioral understanding, 
appreciation of social problems, and Christian 
principals. Under the direction of Dr. Matthew 
Schoenbaum, Dean, the twenty-one professor 
faculty prods the 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 
professional training at Loyola. 




DR. MATTHEW SCHOENBAUM 
Dean 




The Faculty of the School of Social Work: Standing: Father Felix 
Biestek, S.J., Dr. Frank Cizon, Shirley Anderson, Romana Burke, 
James Wiebler, Anne Marie Lee, Margaret Dwyer, Mary Alice 



O'Laughlin, Martha Urb-inowski. Seated: Mrs. Earline Woods, Rita 
Dukette, Constance Kellam, Dean Matthew Schoenbaum, E. G. 
Novarro, Marion Meganck. 



214 




The Senior Class of the School of Social Work. 

Phyllis Antonelli and Bob McCurdy provide the 
rhythm at the Christmas party. 





How humble and modest can you be? Award Winners, Father 
James Campbell (Center) (Founder's Day Medallion), and Rev. 
Ralph Burlingham (right) (Alpha Sigma Nu) are congratulated by 
Father Felix Biestek, S.J., apparently pleased but somewhat con- 
fused at such humility. 



215 



Editors of The Face Sheet, student publication: Hugh Marti- 
nelli, Hilary Anne Jenkins, Ronald Eckerle. 





The officers of the Student Council of the School of Social Work: 

Paul Lucero, Jacqueline Down, Miss Margaret Dwyer, Faculty Ad- 
visor; Paul Stewart, and Father James Campbell. 



Committee Chairman of the Student Council: Standing: Louis 
Finocchario, Kathleen Behm, Hugh Martinelli. Seated: Verne Paith, 
Sister Mary Michael. 



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The Christmas party — emphasizing "the social" and forget- 
ting "the work." 



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Home Study Division 



Canada, Europe, Africa and all fifty States 
can count Loyola Students among their popu- 
lace; not as residents on Loyola's campus, but 
correspondents obtaining part of their education 
through the University's Home Study Division. 

Established in 1921, Loyola's Home Study 
program is one of only two established at Catho- 
lic Universities. Countless thousands have used 
their homes as classrooms, completing their edu- 
cation through the mail and taking basically the 
same courses as those offered at the University. 

Loyola's Home Study Division is under con- 
tract with the United States Armed Forces Insti- 
tute and enrolls yearly over 500 men and women 
in active military service. 



MARY LOUISE McPARTLIN 
Director of Home Study 



Susan Sexton surrounded by home-study material 

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Teresa Lam checks students' file. 




218 




Department 

of Urban Studies 



The Department of Urban Studies was 

founded in the Fall of 1963 to explore Urban 
economics, urban political science, and urban 
sociology. As a large city progresses, the prob- 
lems of urban renewal, politics, and finance pre- 
sent new challenges to the community-at-large 
and its administrators. The Department of 
Urban Studies gives the student, future adminis- 
trators, and future citizens a modern, compre- 
hensive view of the city and its needs. 

Situated on the Lewis Towers campus, the 
Department awards a Master of Arts degree in 
Sociology: a modern program for modern prob- 
lems. 



REV. JOSEPH F. SMALL, S.J. 



DR. PAUL MUNDY 



DR. JOSEPH MENEZ 




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Institute of Jesuit History 



The Institute of Jesuit History is integrated 
academically with the Graduate School and is 
open to both Jesuits and non-Jesuits holding a 
Ph.D. in history who are qualified for research in 
the formation, development, and influence of 
American Jesuit history. 

The Institute publishes monographs and 
texts on Jesuit history and a quarterly research 
publication — Mid-America. 

Some of the areas researched by the Insti- 
tute in the past have been features of explora- 
tion by famous Jesuits such as Fathers 
Marquette, Kino, and Cataldo. The Institute's 
academic influence is evidenced by the mural- 
map of Jesuit exploration in the New World 
which hangs over the library counter of the 
Elizabeth Cudahy Memorial Library. 





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




REV. JOHN MENTAG, S.J. 
Assistant to the Director 



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Standing: Dr. Thomas Kennedy, William Davis, Walter Knake, Rev. Augustus Blasi, Dr. 
Ronald E. Walker. Seated: Marcella Twomey, Marion Meganck, Sister Mary Noel, Dr. Helen 
Pancerz. 



Loyola Guidance Center 



Dealing with behavioral problems of both 
children and adults is the prime function of The 
Loyola Guidance Center, under the direction of 
Dr. Thomas M. Kennedy of Loyola's Psychology 
department. 

Staffed by full time clinical psychologists, 
with the assistance of well-trained students, the 
Center strives to redirect the child to a normal 
outlook and to help his parents understand the 
role they play in this process. 

The Center also conducts tests to measure 
aptitudes, ambitions, and job suitability for 
Loyolans. 



DR. THOMAS M. KENNEDY 
Director 



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Ed Dolon, Rev. John Felice, S.J.; Valerie Berg- 
hoff and Diane Jarmuth pause for the photog- 
rapher. 



Rome Center 



A plane pierces the sunny blue, hovers over 
the cold azure of the Atlantic, and a year of 
dreams comes to its end — -behind, the eternal 
city, the electric of a church, the stimulation of 
lecturers and friends from Europe and the 
world's greatest universities, the kaleidoscope 
and panorama of tours to the Holy Land, Egypt, 
Greece, and Western Europe — behind, Loyola 
University's Rome Center. 




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Hey, watch it, there's a horse behind you! 




The Rome faculty: Standing: Diane Jarmuth, Dr. Al Guida, Valerie 
Berghoff, Dr. Michael Fink, Dr. Ligeia Gallagher, Dr. Ettore Lalini, Dr. 
Palese, Daniel Brown, Dr. Michael Perrault, Dr. Bernard Bommarito, 
and Dr. Frank Ayd. Seated: Rev. Thomas Coonan, Rev. Michael O'Donnell, 
Rev. Stanley Tillman, S.S., Rev. Robert Mulligan, S.J., and Rev. Felice, S.J. 



222 




Standing: Joanne Karibo, Bob Nicholson, Mike McQue, Nancy Pruneau, Dr. Michael Fink, 
Bob Dale, Jim Hindmann, Rich Vaggione, Maureen Downey, John Murphy. Kneeling: Ray 
Jarvis, Kirk Alexander, Jack Segal, John Dinicola, Dave Harrington, Pete Engels, Dave 
Smith, Denny McSweeney. Seated: Barry Meyers, Terry Hagerty, Fred Wray, Dana Patka, 
Ed Fisher, Fred Pfeifer, 




The library; the place most frequented 
— by Mary Tera Ryan, Jim Hendmann, 
Chris Skowronek, Thea Kielt, Candy 
Ryan, Marie Valleratt, and Cecelia 
Tomaszkiewicz. 



223 




Some of the students enjoyed o semi-private audience with the Pope. 




Left to Right: Jan Moron, Candy 
Ryan, Rose Palita, Anne Cassari, Chris 
Kajikawa, John Ronan, Lorraine Con- 
ly, Ed Tisches, Wayne Slaughter, Kirk 
Alexander, Dave Harrington, Mike 
Dudek, Jim Dunford. Do they look 
worried about their studies? 




Carol Doyle, Bob Wozniak, Rose Palito and Mike Dudek plan a 
trip through any one of the scenic areas of beautiful Rome. 





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Ed Fischer, Terry Hagerty, Bob Dale, Fred Wran and Dr. Michael 
Fink stand around and watch the antics of Dana Patka, Jim Hind- 
mann, Johann Kariko, and Nancy Prueneau of the Curtain Guild. 



Bob Dale, Kathy Murphy, Al Lucionno, Joanne Pucillo and Brad 
Brown partake in an ancient holiday custom. 





Really Jim, he can't drink that!!! 



The holiday mail — coming and going. 



225 




Is Father telling them how to run the government? 



Pete Engels, Tom Lyons and Mike Du- 
dek meet the mighty forces of Rome. 




The mighty Loyolans — Mike McHugh, Mike Berman, Mike Dudeck, 
Jim Dunford, Jerry Roach, Steve Streuer, Tony Hayne, Terry Haggerty, 
Tom Karlow, John Hart. 

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Mass at Civis. 



The Editor sets forth plans for the next is- 
sue of the bi-monthly Observer. 



The Rome people surrounded by the beautiful art in the Mayor's palace. 




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229 



Union Board 



While a heated controversy on its purpose 
and composition raged in and out of the campus 
paper, the Loyola University Union Board kept 
right on functioning during 1965. It won the 
gratitude of thousands of frightened freshmen 
for the Welcome Week which it sponsored. Pow 
Wow and University Weekends proved that UAB 
gives the best parties at Loyola, and entertains 
with the prettiest hostess, Miss Loyola, who was 
selected in a Union sponsored election. The 
Board also is responsible for the Leadership 
Workshop, the Student Opinion Commission, the 
Student Rights Charter, and the Student Athletic 
Coordinator. There may always be a question of 
theoretic purpose, but the record shows that the 
Union Board has a concrete dedication to its 
practical end — service to the student body. 



Standing: Jack Rosso, Jim Driscoll, John Tosto, Jack Donahue, Joe Walsh, Ron Smith, 
Dr. Wolker, Jeanne Nue, Ken Kerber, Pat Miller, Paul Stewart, Anita Weisbrod. Seated: 
Jack Rapp, Brian McDonnell, Chairman; Eileen Long, Joan Steinbrecker, Toni Sobata, Les 
Spinner, Dennis Brown. 




230 





JOHN A. TOSTO 
Director 




EILEEN LONG 
Secretary 





brian McDonnell 

Chairman 



JOHN RAPP 
Vice-Chairman 



231 



Arts Council 



Self-study, reporting on Union conditions, 
sponsoring an academic information service, 
working with Fr. Krolikowski initiating a 
Freshman dance rather than party, working on 
the tri-council. The Arts Councils' status has 
risen like a geyser this year under the continued 
prod of Marty Lane and the special efforts of 
the class officers. Plans are being made to re- 
form the Council into a strongly representa- 
tive group who will review organizing clubs be- 
fore their final acceptance. Three of the classes 



have their own newspaper to keep the students 
abreast of latest happenings on anything from 
the Variety Show to the Placement Bureau. 

Candidates for class officers have been more 
numerous this year, due to the new role which 
the Council has taken on. The Council has given 
its support to such projects as Mission to Mexico 
and Loyola Men which makes obvious its con- 
cern for organizations which come under its 
realm. 



Senior Closs Officers: Jim Fletcher, President; 
Tom Cusak, Vice-President. 



Junior Class Officers: Bruce Malcolm, Vice- 
President; Mike Garvey, President. 




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The Arts Council: Standing: 

Marty Lane, Vice-President; 
Barbara Buren, Secretary; Mike 
Fagan, Treasurer. Seated: Jack 
Smithwick, President. 




Sophomore Class Officers: Detlev Von Pritchyns, 
President; Jim Donohue, Vice-President. 



Freshman Class Officers: Bill Coughlan, Vice- 
President; Tom Giallanza, President. 





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Freshman Class Officers: Charles 
Conrad, Vice-President; Craig 
Sparks, President; William Mc- 
Donnell, Secretary. 




Senior Class Officers: Standing: James Finan, Vice-President; John 
Flavin, Secretary. Seated: Pat Carey, President. 



Sophomore Class Officers: Mike Buschbacher, Secretary; Max Jarmoc, 
President; Paul Juske, Vice-President. 



Junior Class Officers: Standing: 

Bob Seiko, Vice-President. Seated: 
John Quinlisk, President; Paul 
Moses, Secretary. 




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Business Council 




"Communicare" is indeed an appropriate 
motto for the Business Administration Council, 

which is dedicated to the free exchange of ideas 
between and among the students and faculty of 
the School of Business Administration. Each 
class seats its three officers on the board, and 
thus has equal opportunity to determine and to 
learn of the Council's activities. The News Letter 
has proven itself an invaluable tool building 
school unity and spirit, and a practical means of 
realizing the Council's motto. 



Officers of the Student Council: Standing: Craig Sparks, Secretary; 
Max Jarmoc, Treasurer. Seated: Pat Carey, President, Rev. Raymond 
Baumhart, S.J., Dean; John Quinlisk, Vice-President. 





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Standing: Sally Brozenec, Treasurer; Chris Vallee, Vice- 
President. Seated: Marcia Stachyra, Secretary; Mary 
Cook, President. 



Standing: Judy Petersen, President; Beth Homan, Vice- 
President. Seated: Mariann Henry, Secretary; Eileen 
Mulqueeney, Treasurer. 



Nursing Council 



In 1951 the Association of the Basic Students 
of the School of Nursing was organized, with the 
Nursing Council as its governing body. All the 
students currently registered in the four-year 
basic program of the School of Nursing are 
members of the Association. 

The purposes of the Association and the 
Nursing Council are: 1) to encourage unity and 
cooperation among the members of the Associa- 
tion; 2) to help the members of the Association 
to develop the mental, spiritual, and professional 
qualities necessary for the practice of nursing 
in today's society; 3) to promote participation in 
the student activities of the University, and the 
local, state and national Student Nurses' As- 
sociation, and the Catholic Student Nurses' 
Council, and; 4) to aid members of the Associa- 
tion in the formation and development of skills 
in student government and management of stu- 
dent affairs. 



Back row: Beth Homan, Louise Sin- 
sko, Patricia O'Rourke, Janice Di Vito, 
Carol Poulson, Chris Vallee, Sue Sulli- 
van, Ann Tomal, Marsha Stachyra, 
Jeanne Neu. Middle row: Sharon 
Trader, Terri Tortorello, Mary Bigon- 
giari, Mary Cook, Judy Petersen, 
Mariann Henry, Pat Oliphant. Front 
row: Eileen Mulqueeny, Patricia 
Byrnes, Patricia Miller, Sally Brozenec, 
Gail Severtsen. 




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Standing: Carol Poulson, Treasurer; Jeanne Neu, Secre- 
tary. Seated: Mariann Henry, Secretary; Eileen Mul- 
queeny, Treasurer. 



Standing: Louise Sinsko, Treasurer. Seated: Sharon 
Trader, Secretary; Terri Tortorello, President; Patricia 
Oliphant, Vice-President. 




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Standing: Ray Koziol, Front row: Walter Nieri, Ray Hurm, Dennis 
Brown. Second row: Elaine Gonsior, Betty Ewald. Terrence Schurke, 
Robert Shearin, Tom Tyler. Third row: William Cassidy, Robert 



Maeharo, Joseph Murphy. Fourth row: Jack Segal, Tom Marr, Tom 
Zimmerman, Thomas Smith, Rocco Marrese. 



Left to right: Ray Koziol, President; Roy Hurm, Vice President; Tom 
Tyler, Secretary. 



Medical School Council 



To establish unity between the administra- 
tion 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. Extra-cir- 
ricular activities are stressed to relieve the tre- 
mendous pressures of study. . . 

Featured is the St. Luke's Day dinner . . . 
a testimonial to outstanding students . . . 

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




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Dental School Council 



The Student Council of the Loyola School of 
Dentistry, Chicago College of Dental Surgery, 
was created by the student body with the aid and 
cooperation of the faculty and with the approval 
of the President and Board of Trustees of the 
university. Its purpose is the development of a 
broader social, moral and cultural atmosphere 
and close unity among the members and organi- 
zations of the school. It annually sponsors the 
Winter formal dance, Christmas show, the 
Dental School News and the Dental School 
Choir . . . 




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Lee Jess, President; Dennis Manning, Secretary. 




Bock row: Sheldon Shapiro, Larry Nied, Wayne Adamson, Charles 
Judge, Harold Soudah, Lawrence Carlson. Middle row: James 
Kwasek, Dennis Domark, Ralph Del Monico, Dominic Trumfio, Robert 



Kane, Terry Danek, Bruce Harris. Front: Less Jess, Dennis Manning, 
James Fulbright, George Rooney. 



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Student 

Bar 

Association 



Standing: James Heath, Freshman Class Representative, Michael 
Strening, Third Year Representative. Seated: Leon Conlon, Secretary, 
Frank Neidhart, Second Year Representative, Michael Connelly, 
Treasurer. At Podium: John Kneafsey, President. 



The main purpose of the Student' Bar As- 
sociation is to promote and supervise student 
affairs and extra-curricular activity in the 
School of Law. Modeled after the American Bar 
Association, it furnishes to the future lawyer 
professional activities which aid in the develop- 
ment of attorneys well qualified to maintain the 
dignity of the legal profession. 

The Student Bar Association is affiliated 
with the American Law Student Association and 
participates in its nationwide programs. 

Every student in the Law School is a mem- 
ber and each class has two representatives on 
the board of governors. At the end of each 
school year election of officers takes place and 
at that time members of the Association are ap- 
pointed by the incoming officers to replace the 
outgoing heads of each committee. 




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The Student Council of Loyola's School of 
Social Work is composed of four members 
elected from each class. It aims to stimulate stu- 
dent participation in academic, professional, 
and social activities. Hence, the council sponsors 
a Lecture Services, an Annual Christmas Party, 
a Graduation Reception, and an orientation pro- 
gram for incoming first-year students. In ad- 
dition, council members contribute to The Face 
Sheet, the School's student publication, and aid 
in conducting an annual Day of Recollection. 
This year's council has been actively involved 
in the ceremonies commemorating the 50th An- 
niversary of Loyola's School of Social Work and 
its contribution to the Chicago community. 



Standing: Rosemary Fisher, Ron Eckerle, Joe Zummo, Hugh Martinelli, 
Paul Stewart. Seated: Lee Weiner, Jackie Down, Secretary; Miss 
Dwyer, Advisor; Paul Lucero, President; Phyllis Antonelli, Treasurer. 



Social 

Work 

Council 



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The Student Council of University College, 

composed of ten elected representatives of the 
school's 2800 students, activitates the UC extra- 
curricular life. In this way the Council brings 
the benefits of self-government to the UC stu- 
dent body. 

Aware that the atmosphere of University 
College differs significantly from every other 
campus of Loyola, the Council initiates policies 
and activities that reflect this difference. The 
Council serves as a liaison group for the various 
UC organizations. 

The Council assists Dean Richard A. Matre 
at time of registration. It sponsors the Dean's 
Coffee Hour at the start of the Fall Semester to 
acquaint the students with the various organi- 
zations of University College. It holds an Honors 
Banquet each Spring to award the outstanding 
graduating seniors. 



University 

College 

Council 



Carol Daron, Patricia Witt, William O'Sullivan, 
President; Sheilah Dwyer, Alice Jaske. Not 
Pictured: Jeff Tarr, Joseph Barney, Vice- 
President; James Schuler, Stanley Stassen, 
Daniel Crake. 



Operating under a new constitution this 
past year, the Loyola Hall Dorm Council fur- 
nished the residents opportunities for self- 
development. This was effected by its com- 
ponent groups: the Executive Board, the Dorm 
Senate, the Judicial Board, and the six wing 
councils. 

The Council is the energizing force in Loy- 
ola Hall's participation in intramural athletics, 
dances and mixers, Pow Wow, the Miss Loyola 
contest, campus politics, and religious activi- 
ties. Finally, the Council's influence is felt in 
academic and administrative areas of the Uni- 
versity. 



Loyola Hall 
Council 



Standing: Roger Boostrom, Frank Joebgen, Steve 
Titra, Lans Holman, Bill White, Dennis Mit- 
chell, Dick Kennedy. Seated: Bob Krance, Tom 
Layden, Tom Murphy, President; Bill Scott, 
Vice-President; John Varda. 



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Women's Dormitory 

Councils 



The Women's Interhall Council, which was 
instituted in October of 1962, consists of the 
five executive council members from each of 
Loyola's Women's Residence Halls. This year 
the delegates from Delaware Hall, Stebler Hall, 
and Chamberlain invited St. Joseph's Manor to 
participate as non-voting members. IHC serves 
as a link between the University and the dorms 
and as a regulatory body. It attempts to unite 
the resident women as a more effective force 
for progress within the school. 



St. Joseph's Manor Council: Standing: Beth Homan, Mary Jo Rosen- 
blatt. Seated: Kathleen Cleary, Jacqueline Specht, Valerie Corasinitti 



Delewore Hall Council: Standing: Joan Gilmour, Assistant House- 
mother; Jori O'Donnell, Vice-President. Seated: Diane Szarowicz, 
Housemother; Joyce Liput, Social Chairman; Marcia Gondek, Treas- 
urer; Mary Kay Kapetanovic, President. 




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Stebler Hall Executive Board: Stand- 
ing: Diane Dresen, Treasurer; Mrs. 
Shirley Dawson, Housemother; Anita 
Guzior, Secretary. Seated: Mary Ann 
Kane, Vice-President; Edna Nowak, 
President; Sharon McArdle, Social 
Chairman. 




Chamberlain Hall Executive Board: Standing: Miss Janet Bennignus, Counselor; Mrs. Eva 
Ward, Housemother; Miss Barbara Cratty, Counselor. Seated: Olga Velez, Vice-President; 
Joan Devine, Secretary; Joan Thinnes, President; Mary Kay Thegze, Treasurer; Joan Rapp, 
Social Chairman. 




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Tom Zmugg, Treasurer; Steve Richardson, Secretary; Dove Musich, 
Vice-President; John Martin, President. 



Interfraternity Council 



The Inter-Fraternity Council is the chief co- 
ordinator and regulator of Loyola's undergradu- 
ate fraternities. Since its emancipation from the 
Union Board in 1958, the Council has become a 
major organization of the University. It serves 
the member clubs by issuing an informative 
rush booklet to all men entering L. U. and spon- 
soring a general rush smoker during Welcome 
Week. IFC sets the standards for all frat rush- 
ing, pledging, membership, and activities. 
Through it the Greeks can share in various com- 
munity projects and benefit from an ever-widen- 
ing program of intra-mural sports. IFC serves 
most, however, by providing an open and demo- 
cratic forum for the discussion of fraternity 
problems. 



Back row: John Smithwick, Charles Jindrich, Bob Di Girolamo, 
George Laughlin, Ted Lackland, George Scudella, Pat Oster, Douglas 
Routherford, Jack Rissatti, Mike Buschbacher, Front row: Tom 
Zmugg, Steve Richardson, John Martin, David Musich, James Driscoll. 



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Standing: Therese Makowski, Dolores Longer, Bobbi Lenz, Carol 
Baratta, Judy Peterson, Ginger Meares. Seated: Mary Corr, Toni 
Sobota, Chris Vallee, Loretta Didzerkis, Raenito Luschek, Miss Joan 
Steinbrecher, Moderator. 




Panhellenic 



Association 



Unity is established among the sororities 
on campus through the efforts of the 
Panhellenic Association, which was known 
as the Inter-Sorority Council until this year. 
Panhellenic governs Rush and Pledge rules 
and acts as a board for discussing problems 
and topics of interest to all sorority women 
on campus. This year it sponsored a mixer 
and raffle to raise money for the envision- 
ed Panhellenic house and also held its first 
Panhellenic Rush Workshop. 



Standing: Toni Soboto, Union Board Rep.; Judy Peterson, Treasurer; 
Raenita Luschek, Secretary. Seated: Mary Corr, Parliamentarian; Miss 
Joan Steinbrecher, Moderator; Loretta Didzerkis, President. 




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Beta Alpha Psi 




Paul Malloy, Dick Rockelmann, George Kiskunas. 



Beta Alpha Psi, the national honorary ac- 
counting fraternity, was founded in 1919 at 
the University of Illinois. Expansion over the 
years has resulted in a present total of sixty- 
six chapters in various colleges and universi- 
ties across the country. Beta lota, the Loyola 
chapter, was chartered in 1960 and has a pres- 
ent membership of nine active members stu- 
dent as well as several honorary and faculty 
members. 

Membership is by invitation of the active 
members. The basic criterion for eligibility 
set by the national fraternity is high scholastic 
achievement both in accounting subjects and 
in all studies cumulatively. 

Despite its essential character as an hon- 
orary association, Beta Alpha Psi is more 
vitally active than one would expect in an or- 
ganization of its type. Activities range from 
chapter meetings to national conventions, with 
lecture meetings in the individual chapters, 
joint meeting of numerous chapters, and field 
trips adding to the interest and benefits of 
membership in an association of such stature. 



Standing: Paul Malloy, Dick Rockelmann, Seated: George Kiskunas 
Pat Furgat, Phil Trojanowski, Tom Cabarini. 




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Standing: Mr. John Jozwiak. Seated: Lawrence Legatzke, Ellen 
Kone, George Kiskanaso. 



Beta Gamma Sigma 



Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor fraternity 
for students in the School of Business Admini- 
stration. On April 21, 1962, Dr. Raymond 
Mayer, Chairman of the Management De- 
partment, established Loyola's Epsilon chapter 
of this National Organization. To be eligible 
for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, stu- 
dents must be in attendance at Loyola for three 
years, and they must either be in the upper 
ten per cent of their senior class, or the upper 
five per cent of their junior class. Because of 
these stringent requirements, admission to BGS 
is universally recognized as a singular dis- 
tinction. 




Dr. Donald G. Meyer, 
Moderator 



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Standing: Elaine Koprowski, Celeste Stachnik, Nancy Prete, Donald 
Stinson, James Fletcher. Seated: John Bikus, Louis Rundio, Ellen 
Kone, Robert Earley. 



Delta Sigma Rho 



Delta Sigma Rho — Tail Kappa Alpha is the 

imposing title of a band of Loyola's most im- 
posing and eloquent speakers. It is LU's chapter 
of the national forensic fraternity whose mem- 
bers have all distinguished themselves in inter- 
collegiate oration or debate. The organization 
provides a meeting ground for students with 
similar interests and capabilities, and works 
with the Debate Society to see that Loyola is well 
represented at forensic competitions. Member- 
ship in the group is, in itself, an honor which 
spurs the member to do better as well as the 
aspiring orator. Each Spring the fraternity holds 
a debate contest for Chicagoland high schools; 
thus, it hopes to encourage and recognize the 
young student speaker. 



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Pi Delta Epsilon 



Those who have completed at least 
one full year of journalistic effort — on 
the Loyolan, Loyola News or Cadence 

— are eligible for membership in Pi 
Delta Epsilon. The Loyola Chapter of 
this national organization was estab- 
lished in 1958 to give recognition to 
those who give their time and effort to 
student publications. 




Michael Leahy and James Masek. 



Standing: Marty Lane, Paul Reedy. Seated: George Sullivan, Anita 
Weisbrod, Dave Fishman, Pat Carroll. 




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Rev. Rene Cyr, O.S.B., Rev. Thomas N. Munson, S.J., Dr. Richard A. 
Metre, Dean; M. Jean-Louis Mandereau, Consul-General de France; 
Mme. Mandereau, Dr. Joseph Yedlicka, Sr. Marie Celeste, Faculty 
Advisor; Rev. Walter P. Krolikowski, S.J. Dean of Arts and Sciences. 



In December, the Loyola Chapter, 
Gamma Omega, of the National French 
Honor Society sponsored a reception for 
the newly appointed French Consul- 
General of Chicago, Jean Louis Man- 
dereau. A delegation of five members 
of the Embassy, as well as the Deans, 
Chairman of Departments and faculty 
were among the guests. 

Membership in Pi Delta Phi, the 
National French Honor Society is open 
to those students who maintain a B 
average in French studies for five 
semesters, and an over-all B average in 
general scholarship. 

Sister Marie Celeste, faculty advisor 
of the Gamma Omega, will conduct a 
Study Program in Paris and a tour of 
seven European countries. Participants 
include religious sisters, students and 
Chaplain. 



Standing: Brother Peters, James Sharkey, Tamara Santos, Lucy 
Gabriel, Cynthia Tiechner, Mary Louise Signa, Gail Alwine, Jim 
Johnson, George Sullivan. Seated: Miss Winifred Bowman, Sister 
Marie Celeste, Rev. Walter P. Krolikowski, S.J. 




Back row: Rev. Rene Cyr, O.S.B., Loretta Krozel, Mme. Jeannine 
Pefley, Robert Austin, Mary Roche, Terrence Burke. Front row: 
Sr. Mary Charles, S.M., Dr. Herbert Abel, Sr. Barbara Maria, S.C.N. 




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Sigma Theta Tau 



The prettiest fraternity at L.U. is the 
Alpha Beta Chapter of Sigma Theta 

Tau, the national honorary for nurses. 
Since March of 1963, it has worked to 
foster higher standards of practice and 
preparation within the profession, to 
foster fellowship among the members, 
and to unify students and alumni. This 
year the frat has had several guest 
speakers on subjects ranging from 
modern art to anthropology. 




Colette Stack (seated) discusses Sigma Theta Tau's 
Marina Towers Brunch with her committee, Peggy Mc- 
Donald, Anne Roney, Judy Rogers, Sister Ann Kateri, 
and Marcia Stachyra. 



Seated: Colette Stack, Recording Secretary, Gayle Aubry, Corre- 
sponding Secretary. Standing: Diane Peiniger, President; Margaret 
McDonald, Treasurer. 



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Blue Key 



Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 

came to Loyola in 1926. Since then the 
best of Loyola's men have participated 
in the club's many activities. This year 
a scholarship for upperclassmen was 
established with Blue Key funds and 
Father Roland DeVaux, the eminent 
archaeologist and biblical scholar, was 
invited to deliver an open lecture. The 
Fraternity once again brought the ideal 
of true intellectual vigor closer to reali- 
zation. 



Presidents past and present — Jim Fletcher, Ed Bough. 



Back row: Dennis Manning, Michael Garvey, Edward Bough, Dennis Shafer, George Sullivan, 
Daniel Croke, Jeff Tarr, Stan Sfassen, Jomes Jacobs Jr., Marvin Kruger, Herman Brandau. 
Middle row: Lee Jess, Kent Angerbauer, Charles Judge, Thomas Cusack, Frank Larkin, 
Theodore Lackland, Gerald Benford, Dennis Hetler, John Haberman, Robert Seiko, Leslie 
Spinner. Front row: John Bonaguro, William Mott, Robert Tomaszkiewicz, Michael Fagan, 
Thomas Murphy, James R. Masek, Robert Rudnick, Roger Michels, Stephen Richardson, 
Robert Kolek, Joseph A. Walsh. 



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Frank Benak, Loyolan Awards Committee Chairman, presents certifi- 
cate to recipients James Fletcher, Ellen Kane, John Martin, Roberta 
Lenz, James Masek, Mary Cook, and Brian McDonnell. 



Standing: Joe Walsh, Vice-President; Ed Bough, President; George 
Sullivan, Corresponding Secretary. Seated: Steve Richardson, Alumni 
Secretary; Roger Michels, Treasurer. 







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Circumference 



Loyola's official hostesses are members of Cir- 
cumference, which is celebrating its fifth anniver- 
sary. This organization recognizes Loyola coeds for 
outstanding achievement in scholarship, leadership, 
and service. Membership requirements include a 2.8 
cumulative average, participation in two campus 
organizations, and two major chairmanships or of- 
fices in different organizations. 




Officers: Ellen Kane, President, Sally Bobernac, 
Treasurer, Barbara Juskiewicz, Vice-President, 
Marcia Stachyra, Secretary. 




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Standing: Bernadette Javor, Karolyn Brannon, Joan Herrmann, Sarah Klassen, Jacqueline 
Specht, Virginia Webb, Manlynn Gayda, Camille Zarantonello, Colette Stack, Jacqueline 
White, Joan Mills, Joan Steinbrecher, Mary Therase Marriott, Susan Kolle, Mary Cook, Eileen 
Long. Seated: Irma Williams, Marilyn Norek, Peggy Effa, Joan Rapp, Anne Roney, Marilyn 
Faford. 




Standing: Marilyn Kolton, Patricia Smith, Patricia Murphy, Peggy McDonald, Sharon Burke, 
Elizabeth Sundberg, Jean Adler, Cathy Talano, Mary Ann Bandala, Barbara Warzel, Kathy 
Bender, Celeste Stachnik, Mary Dwyer. Seated: Barbara Juskiewicz, Ellen Kane, Manette 
LeBlanc, Moderator; Gail Loughery, Sally Jo Bobernac, Marcia Stachyra. 



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Loyolan Awards Committee: Standing: Jack 
Quinlisk, Bruce Malcolm, Joe Walsh, John 
Varda, Frank Benak, Chairman. Seated: Connie 
Karos, Jeanne Lammert, Cathy Talano, Terrie 
Loda. 



The Loyolan Awards 



Instituted several years ago to recognize the 
great demands made upon student leaders and 
the services which students perform for Loyola, 
the LOYOLAN Awards are presented to eight 
seniors who have distinguished themselves in the 
various areas of leadership, service, and scholar- 
ship. 

An independent Awards Committee selects 
the final recipients, and the awards are present- 
ed at the annual Blue Key Dance in May. 




JAMES R. MASEK 
Publications 




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Scholarship 



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Independent Man 



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Independent Woman 




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Student Government Woman 



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Alpha Chapter of Alpha Delta 

Gamma, a national Catholic college 
fraternity, was founded at the Lake 
Shore Campus of Loyola in 1924, and 
has an active membership of sixty-four 
brothers. Life within the fraternity pre- 
pares the members for community 
living, affords personal experience in 
the give-and-take of brotherly group as- 
sociation, stimulates extra-curricular 
student activities, and provides national 
contacts and horizons of interest as 
national office of the fraternity. 
Furthermore, those within the fra- 
ternity learn to respect what is unique 
in each individual member of the 
group. The fraternity is a human in- 
stitution with human imperfections, 
yet with the capacity to confer on its 
members benefits and values that last 
through the years. 



Back row: Steve Pietsch, Athletic Director; Roger Prietz, Vice- 
President; Dennis Shafer, President; Dave Conepa, Recording Secre- 
tary; Heinz Brauner, Sgt.-at-Arms. Front row: Jim Guido, Parliamentar- 
ian; Don Sicks, Treasurer; Kenne Wadas, Steward; Mike Quinlan, 
Pledge Master; Jeff Condon, Rush Chairman. 




Alpha Delta Gamma members amuse themselves with their musical 
talent. 




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Standing: Bill Grohar, George Seperich, Larry Podgorski, Cid Froelich, Pat Oster, Denny 
Shafer. Seated: Denny Mooney, Steve Pietsch, Joe Roy, Detlev Von Pritschyns, Don Sicks. 



Standing: Bob Schwaner, Dick Semic, Bob Juskevich, Gary Weber, John Fegan, Tom Loyden, 
Hugh Bell. Seated: Ken Wadas, Jack Weber, Dave Musich, Paul Akers, Roger Prietz, George 
Byrnes. 




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AKV 



Sixty years young and still growing, Alpha 
Kappa Psi was founded as the first national 
business fraternity in 1904 at New York Uni- 
versity, and the Gamma lota Chapter was form- 
ed at Loyola in 1952. Determined to develop 
tomorrow's leaders in the business world A K 
Psi stresses activities in the areas of academic, 
professional, and social work, and provides con- 
tact with individuals who have distinguished 
themselves in the business world. A few of A K 
Psi's social highlights include two parent and 
son Communion breakfasts, a St. Pat's Day 
party, a golf outing, and a school-wide New 
Year's Eve party. 



Back row: Bob Rudnick, Ron Draghi, Paul Jakubco, John Morrow, 
Les Spinner, Ludwig Streck. Second row: Richard J. Izzo, Jim Clancy, 
Pat Carey, Robert Schmitt, Jim Durkin, Jock Rossate. Seated: 



Michael J. Kosiak, Robert E. Kolek, Thomas A. Marcet, Eugene 
C. Ruffolo, Robert J. Blecha, Roger Michels. 




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Officers: Standing: James Durkin, Master of Rituals; Richard J. 
Izzo, Assistant Treasurer. Seated: Roger Michels, Secretary; Jack 
J. Rossati, President; Ludwig Streck, Treasurer. 



Standing: Stanley Bartniczak, Jose Del Campo, Robert Rogan, Don- 
ald Mansell, John Pionke, John Welling, Martin Welb. Seated: 



James Vayeh, James Prebis, John Schreiber, Thomas Schmidt, Karl 
Steigerwald, Joseph Shrader. 




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Sheldon Shapiro, Michael Bartlett, Mrs. Sheldon Shapiro, 
Charlene Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Warady, Mr. 
and Mrs. Bruce Harris, Dr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg, 
Susan Katz, Jack Rizman, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris, 
Robert Green, Kitty Pelsmann. 



Bruce Harris, President; Peter Fagan, Edward Omens, 
Vice-President; Steven Sanders, Evan Goodman, Re- 
cording Secretary. 




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The Alpha Omega Chapter seeks to unite 
students of Dentistry and to inspire them to the 
highest professional standards. Founded in 1908 
at the Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, 
it became the first national Jewish fraternity. 

The common bond of this organization is 
based on three cardinal principles: Fraternalism, 
Judaism, and Professionalism. Fraternalism — 
the friendship which binds Alpha Omegans in 
benevolance and understanding. Judaism — the 
brothers have always sought to preserve their 
heritage. Professionalism — the members 
believe in the importance of the healing art and 
its close ties with the community. 

Alpha Omega fills its calendar with smokers, 
a Halloween Dance, a January Dinner Dance, 
and sponsors discussion with the faculty and 
guest lecturers. 



Back row: Don Osten, 
Michael Bartlett, Neil 
Salem, Arnold Morof, 
Warren Avny, Louis 



Marvin Broder, Robert Green, Scott Shore, 

Wilner, Paul Ashkenaz. Third row: Don 

Geoffery Bild. Second row: Jack Rizman, 

Sommerfeld, Bob Gordon, Steven Arnstein, 



Sam Baral, Irving Tishler. Front row: Bruce Harris, Edward Omens, 
Evan Goodman, Peter Fagan, Steven Sanders. 



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ASA 



In September of 1964 the members of Chi 
Theta Upsilon became sisters in the Gamma 
Lambda chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha, one of 

the largest National Panhellenic Sororities in 
the country. The sisters are confident that this 
step will widen the scope of their activities and 
give them even more opportunity to advance in- 
tellectually, spiritually, and socially. 




MLUL 



Singers: Li la Canning, Joan Mills, Kathy Swieton, Betty 
Sundberg, Pauline Ziemba, Ginger Meares, Kathy Cleary. 



Back row: Marion Durkan, Gail Grodoski, Mary Jane Waldron, 
Nancy Riechnik, Lila Canning, Rosemarie Sochor, Mary Bigongiari, 
Sharon Panfil, Karen Torme, Fran Subaitis, Marilyn Norek. Front 
row: Beverly Kopala, Marilyn Faford, Kathleen Koranda, Kathy 
Cleary, Ginger Meares. 





Back row: Valerie Hackert, Clarene Ponticelli, Cindy Tischner, 
Rosemary Kenny, Joan Mills, Jeanne Lawlor, Dawn Engel, Janet Wege, 
Noreen Mysek, Chris Hosek, Mary Anne Brooks, Mary Corr. Front 
row: Marlene Giusti, Betty Sundberg, Miss Joan Steinbrecher, Mod- 
erator; Sonny Swaton, Alice Pirelli. 



Officers: Bock row: Cindy Tischner, Magazine Subscription Chair- 
man; Joan Mills, Historian; Mary Corr, President; Alice Pirelli, 
Treasurer; Ginger Meares, I.S.C. Representative. Front row: Marilyn 
Faford, Rush Chairman; Karen Tome, Vice-President; Gail Gro- 
doski, Corresponding Secretary; Mary Bigongiari, Chaplain; Fran 
Subaitis, Pledge Mistress. 




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ATA 



Alpha Tau Delta claims the honor of 
being the only national professional 
fraternity on Lake Shore Campus. 
Founded in 1957, a fraternity for 
women in Nursing, the XI chapter de- 
mands recognition for its many and 
varied activities on the campus — it is 
always represented in such University 
undertakings as Welcome week, Pow 
Wow, IFC, and Greek week. This year's 
variety show included Alpha Tau 
Delta's act "Alone with My Shadow" 
and this year's mixer proved most suc- 
cessful. 

Although fraternalism is dubbed 
most important by members of Alpha 
Tau Delta, excellence in individual en- 
deavors is also stressed — which ac- 
counts for the fact that the sisters can 
be found participating in numerous 
"non-fraternal" activities around the 
campus. 



Back row: Judie Baietto, Archivist; Chris Vallee, Pledge Mistress; 
Judy Peterson, Vice-President; Eileen Long, Social Chairman. Front 
row: Nancy Kerrigan, Treasurer, Barbara Dane, President; Mary 
Ellen Imlay, Secretary. 



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From New York to Paris to Hong Kong in song 
and dance with Joanne Sacomano and Alpha 
Tau Delta — Varieties '65. 



Standing: Cooleen Fox, Judy Petersen, Eileen Long, Sue Kolle, Chris Vallee, Judy Rogers, 
Maura Condon, Beth Homan. Seated: Nancy Kerrigan, Mary Jo Frontczak, Mary Ellen 
Imloy, Barbara Dane, Anne Roney, Judie Baietto, Sally Brozenec. Seated on floor: Mariann 
Henry, Eileen Mulqueeney, Vicky Zmudka, Janice DeVito, Vicki Tammen. 







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AXA 



To maintain the highest professional 
standards and to foster scientific, ethical, and 
professional progress are the goals of Delta 
Sigma Delta. Beta chapter was organized in 
1885 and has maintained members in adminis- 
trative capacities within the School of Denistry 
from its begining to the present time. 

Delta Sigma Delta brothers have been active 
in student organizations for many years and 
maintain a well-rounded social calendar. Al- 
though the value of professional as opposed to 
social fraternities is often disputed, this organi- 
zation, through its endeavors and accomplish- 
ments has more than proven its own worth. 



Gerald Miller, Historian; Joseph 
Sciarra, President; Kent Anger- 
bauer, Vice-president; Ernest Do- 
vidio, Secretary; James Farrage, 
Treasurer; Joseph Rossa, Senior 
page; Dan Debonis, Junior page; 
Lee Jess. 




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Back row: George LeMire, Robert Rokos, John Fatini, William 
Devlin, Duone Gunderson, Raymond Lang, James Lynott, Jerome 
Libera, William Tannyhill, James White. Fourth row: George Rooney, 
Kay Barrett, Joe Monte, Robert James, Lon Tiner, Richard Pena, 
Bill Randall, Dean Skuble. Third row: Charles Evans, Gerald Poulsen, 
Dan DeBonis, Dan Fuertges, Joseph Ladone, John Webb, James 



Patrick, Rodney Kim, Frank Sconza, Jeffrey Socher, Nelson Goto. 
Second row: Ronald Doering, Alfred Koutnik, Dennis Domark, James 
Farrage, Edward Ryan, Terrence Danek, John Vogel, Damian Jelso. 
First row: Herbert Stanton, Joseph Sciarra, Gerald Miller, Ernest Do- 
vidio, Robert Chavez, Kent Angerbauer, Joseph Rossa, Lee Jess. 




Delta Sigma Delta members at Dental School 
Student Council Snow-Ball Dance at Elmhurst 
Country Club. 



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Officers: Al Golnik, Secretary; Don Mastro, 
Junior Vice-President; Jack O'Neill, Senior Vice- 
President; Arden Inda, President; Paul Moss, 
Treasurer. 



Standing: Arden Inda, Emil Poprawski, Michael 
S. Buschbacher, Paul Moss, Bob LeBryk, Neil 
Ryan. Sifting: John Piegzik, Frank Ramljak, 
Denny Manion. Kneeling: Terry Walsh, Ken 
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Delta Sigma Pi is a professional and social 
fraternity in the field of commerce and business 
administration. It draws its members from those 
commerce students who display the qualities 
of leadership, integrity and scholastic ability. 
The Gamma Pi chapter was established at Loy- 
ola in 1950. Since then its has initiated over 
400 members. 

Lectures and tours are sponsored as well 
as social activities such as parties, picnics, hay- 
rides, beach parties, the Initiation Dinner-Dance 
and communion breakfasts. The members are 
active too in Greek week, Pow Wow and intra- 
murals. 



Red roses for a not-so-blue lady. 



Standing: Gregory Giacone, Don Mostro, Jack 
O'Neill, Ted Lipinski, Russ Bielak, Rick Perez. 
Seated: Vincent E. Rangel III, Chuck Urba, Joe 
Storto, Al Golnik. Kneeling: John Doe, Ross 
Herman. 




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Standing: Mary Nekola, Historian; Raenita 
Luschek, Panhellenic Delegate; Mary Kay 
Motto, Pledge Mistress; Pat Gritis, Vice- 
president. Seated: Jonet Peterek, Treasurer; 
Alice Ehemann, Secretary; Roberta Lenz, Presi- 
dent; Mary Mathys, Social Chairman. 



AZX 



Founded six years ago on April 17, Delta 
Zeta Chi is the youngest but one of the most 
active social sororities at Loyola. Its "Ideals in 
Action" attitude leads to participation in Uni- 
versity projects (such as the float parade and 
University Weekend); and the Greek-sponsored 
activities (such as the IFC Sing and the Greek 
Games). Members were thrilled this year with 
the election of their own Terrie Loda as Miss 
Loyola. 

The sorority's own social calendar includes 
a Mother-Daughter Communion Breakfast, a 
raffle and a mixer (at which the Athlete of the 
Year is named), and an annual charity day. 
Then there are parties, bicycle rides, and sleigh- 
rides. The year is climaxed by Delta Zeta Chi's 
formal dinner-dance, the Candlelight Cotillion. 
Our motto: Dignity, Zeal, and Character. 



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"And that trophy on the right is for winning 
the intramural football championship." 



Standing: Rcsemary McHugh, Catherine Macken, Sheila Corboy, Maureen McCormack, Alice 
Ehemann, Mary Nekola, Catherine Talano, Roberta Lenz. Seated: Theresa Loda, Mary 
Kay Motto, Raenita Luschek, Mary Mathys, Katherine Bender, Pat Radzik. Seated on floor: 
Joan Liscarz, Pat Gritis, Janet Peterek. 




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Back row: Mary Jo Kupst, Mary McCarthy, Susan Trimble, Anita Guzior, Buddy Schwind, 
Kathy Landott, Diane Dresen, Dolores Davenport, Sandy Wiencek, Cheris Stanasek, Arlene 
Kolasa. Second row: Susan Duda, Jean Olesky, Carol Baratta, Toni Sobota, Arlene Plocinski, 
Joyce Pieszchala. Front row: Ida Velez, Dolores Longer, Karen McGoldrick, Carole Leuer, 
Thea Ostrowski, Mary Ann Moore. 




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Loyola's Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Beta 
Gamma went to the sorority's national conven- 
tion in New Orleans during '65. The sisters 
came back with a renewed determination to 
make their group one of the biggest and best on 
campus. Since it came to LU in '54, Kappa has 
participated in all the University's activities. The 
members always look forward to their Kappa 
Knight Party, the Winter Formal, the Spring 
dinner dance, the parents' communion break- 
fast, the hay rides, the Orphans' Christmas 
Party, the rushing teas, and the bond of sisterly 
confidence and affection that their sorority pro- 
vides during the year. 




Kappa Beta Gamma — "Mary Poppins" at the Variety Show. 




Back row: Jean Olesky, Recording Secretary; Susan Duda, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Carole Baratta Pan-Hellenic Secretary; Christine 
Stanaszek, Historian; Mary Ann Moore, Treasurer. Front row: Mary 
Ann Kane, Rush Chairman; Thea Ostrowski, Vice-President; Toni 
Sobota, President; Karen McGoldrick, Pledge Mistress. 



283 



4>AA 



Loyola's Daniel A. Webster chapter of Phi 
Alpha Delta, national law fraternity, has been 
active since the fraternity was founded on 
November 8, 1902. Today there are over ninety 
active chapters and fifty alumni chapters. 

The purposes of the fraternity are to provide 
professional and social contacts, to foster prin- 
ciples which will improve the legal profession, 
and to provide a medium through which ideas 
and legal theses can be exchanged. 




Standing: James Lindeman, James Kevin, Ralph Camp, Robert 
Sheehan. Seated: William Quinlan, Jr., Michael Leyden, Justice; 
John Rice, Clerk. 



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Bock row: John Green, John Ward, Frank De Peters, Jon Rahman, 
Leo Wrona, Stan Strasevicius, Paul Schell, George Motto. Third row: 
Tom Geocaris, Pete Kamperschroer, Mike Cozza, Frank Welsh, Bob 
Lukesh, Bob Cronin, Mike De Cuir. Sitting: John Albright, Robert 



Suwecki, Walter Nieri, George Heimbach, Ed Savant, Bill Yale, Dennis 
Long, Bob Kanica. Front row: Dennis Avery, Fred Whittier, Meta 
Doering, Housemother; Robert Sladek, Jon Toussaint, Mike Di Cello. 



<J>BII 



Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity strives to ad- 
vance the Stritch medical student, irrespective 
of nationality or creed, toward his personal ex- 
cellence as a man of medicine and a child of 
God. By providing a home and fraternal com- 
panionship, by cooperating with Loyola Uni- 
versity, and by working in particular with the 
Stritch School of Medicine, it hopes to attain 
this goal. The Alpha Omega Chapter was 
founded in 1921, and is a fitting representative 
of this outstanding national organization. 



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'Gee, Imperial does melt like the high-priced spread." 



George Motto, Kathy Zelesko, George Heimbach, Mrs. Robert Sladek, 
Mrs. George Heimbach, Robert Sladek, Paul Schell, Mrs. Paul Schell, 
Leo Wrona, Judy Janiszewski at their spirited Christmas party. 




287 




Back row: Ray Morrissy, Mike Saldana, Bob Lowe, Fred Manaolf, 
Jim Kolirrich, Paul Gargano, Tom Breene, Lou Hubrich, Tom Zim- 
merman, Joe Volaitis, Bob Sherin, Tom Welch, John Corcoran, Bob 
Moll. Fifth row: Ed McGinn, Pat Griffin, Leon Spunbuer, Bob 
Novotriey, Martin Morin, Bill Cintrin, Mike Rosiecki, John Burton, 
Joe Kremper, Bob Hoover, Bob Richardson, Frank Buckr, Bill Cas- 
sidy, Chuck Dirtchle, Joe F. Synn, Jim Migalie, Mike O'Hare. 



Fourth row: Jim Collard, Bill Kennedy, Ron Baraccli, Chris Stehr, 
Bob Quivillon, Bill Donovan, Dick Carroll, Bob Sullivan. Third 
row: Larry Holbey, Ed Vogel, Ray Hurm, Frank Barnett, Eric Rit- 
terhoff. Second row: Jim Boutrous, Sal Azzoli, Jim Roettig, Jim 
Lewis, Jim Berg. Front row: Roger Kleve, George Campbell, Vitas 
Aleknos, Viclas Nimichcis. 




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Raymond Hurm, Edward Vogel, Lawrence Holbey, James Boukous, 
Solvatore Azzoci, James Berg, William Kennedy, Edward McGinn. 



Before its affiliation with the national 
medical fraternity Phi Chi, as the Phi Sigma 
chapter, this was a local Loyola fraternity 
founded fifty nine years ago. Its present mem- 
bership consists of over one hundred medical 
students, many of whom live at the fraternity 
house at 712 S. Ashland. 

Phi Chi aims at developing in its members 
a spirit of academic and medical interest, at 
providing social contacts for medical students, 
and at maintaining a close spirit of brotherhood 
to help the members through their rugged 
medical training. 



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IIAA 



In 1924 Fr. James J. Mertz, S.J. founded Pi 
Alpha Lambda to help him provide funds for 
the building of Madonna Delia Strada Chapel. 
This organization has since developed into one 
of the largest local social fraternities. 

The Pi Alphs have traditionally been active 
in intramural athletics, Pow Wow, and the 
Loyola Fair. 

The religious spirit which marked the 
founding of Pi Alpha Lambda is maintained in 
a monthly Mass and the annual Mother's Day 
Communion Breakfast. 



Officers: Standing: John Hayes, Treasurer; Bill Schwind, Historian. 
Seated: Steve Richardson, Vice-President; George Loughlin, Presi- 
dent; Dennis Amaturo, Secretary. 



290 




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'I tell you, it's an invalid syllogism". 



Standing: Fran Kelly, Larry Antoine, Ed Russell, Bill Schwind, John 
Syc. Seated: John Hoyes, Steve Richardson, George Loughlin, 
Dennis Amaturo, Jon Anderson. 




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Standing: Mike Clegg, Sgt.-at-Arms; Don Williams, Rep to I.F.C.; 
Gerald Cerniak, Treasurer. Seated: Gerald Benford, President; George 
Scudella, Pledge master. 



Everyone pitches in when there is a 
difficult job to be done. 




292 




Standing: Jim Montana, Frank Koerner, Ken Kinney, 
Terry Kordash, Joe Giacherio, Ron Moses, Jerry Cerniak. 
Seated: Mike Clegg, Don Williams, Bob Galliani, George 
Scudella, Gerald Benford. 



Delta Sigma Phi is an international college 
fraternity founded at the City College of New 
York in 1899. It was the first fraternity to issue 
a pledge manual, the first edition published in 
1925. There are 103 chapters in Delta Sigma 
Phi, of which 59 were added after World War 
II. Delta Sigma Phi stretches from coast to 
coast, and Florida to Canada. There are chapters 
at the University of Arizona, California, 
Colorado, Duke, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, L.S.U., 
Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, Ohio 
State, Oklahoma, Penn. State, Pittsburg, Pur- 
due, Rutgers, Southern Cal., Texas, and Tulane. 
Over 33,000 men have become members of 
Delta Sigma Phi. Its aim is to develop a well- 
rounded man, developed socially, scholastically, 
physically, and trained to be a leader. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Bertagni, Dr. 
and Mrs. Fred Pacer, Lydia Ki- 
bastas, Gerald DeBruin, Adrianne 
Miller, Harold Soudan. 




Back row: Eric Hohnwald, Dennis Olson, John Block, Joseph Keene, 
and Robert Mendez. Third row: Charles Judge, Glen Schweitzer, 
Patrick Falvey, Ernest Skowron, Mark Finn, Dennis Mikutis, Clarence 
Larkin, and Dennis Zurek. Second row: Philip Smith, Charles 



Veith, Richard Shukes, Richard Ochwat, Wayne Olson, and Albert 
Mategrano. Front row: Moderator, Dr. James Pacer, James Kwasek, 
William Zizic, Edward Hubeny, Paul Del Carlo, Paul Bock, John 
Bonaguro, and Robert Brandimore. 




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The largest fraternity of the Dental 
School, Psi Omega has become an im- 
portant part of the dental community. 

The purposes of the fraternity are 
the advancement of the dental profes- 
sion, the mutual assistance of its mem- 
bers both socially and academically, 
and the making of lifetime friendships 
to aid the members in their careers. The 
social activities of the year include an 
Open House, a Smoker, and a Pledge 
Banquet. Academically the members 
maintain a high level of scholastic 
achievement. 



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Officers: James Kwasek, Grand Master; Dr. Fred Pacer, Moderator; 
John Bonaguro, Junior Grand Master; John Block, Secretary; Richard 
Brandimore, Treasurer. 



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Sigma Delta Phi is an undergraduate social 
fraternity established at Loyola in 1958. This 
organization provides an opportunity for its 
members to better themselves physically, social- 
ly, morally, and academically. 

The Sigma Delts are the only local fraternity 
on campus to have a fraternity house. Serving 
as a center of their social activities, it provides 
the brothers with a place for relaxation as well 
as study. 

With a membership of over 50, the frater- 
nity displays its unity in the fact that it has 
placed either first, second, or third in every inter- 
fraternity activity this year. Also, the Sigma 
Delts are often called upon to assist at university 
and community functions, thus stressing even 
more their aim — "To unite a body of men into 
a living creed." 







Officers: Paul Zilic, Sergeant-at-Arms; Dan Richardson, House Steward; Karl Scheribel, 
Vice-President; Guy Schnabel, Pledgemaster; Ed Mrozek, Treasurer; Ted Lackland, President; 
Rev. Thomas N. Munson, S.J., Moderator. 



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Back row: Tom Finnegan, Don Dinelli, Mike Garvey, Jim Farrell, 
Dennis Zbylut, Bob DiGirolamo, Duane Reidy. Third row: Dave 
Martinelli, Steve Bonaguidi, Phil Lombardi, Mike Sinsko, Kei Nari- 
matsu, Harry Wactor, Rich Baranczuk. Second row: Paul Zilic, Dan 



Richardson, Guy Schnabel, Ed Mrozek, Ted Lackland, Rev. Thomas 
N. Munson, S.J., Moderator; Karl Scheribel. First row: Al Lubo- 
nowski, Tom Meder, John Hall, Craig Miller, Bob Young, Wayne 
Knieper, John Vlach. 




Like all good students, Sigma Delts find time for a little relaxation. 



297 




Standing: Jeff Roberts, Ron Guzy, Paul Maier, Jim Schuler, Jerry 
Albrecht, Stan Stassen, Irv Motluck. Seated: Joe Barney, Jerry 
Eischen, Dan Croke, Joe Wolfe, Jim Seales, Jim Jacobs. 



SAB 



Founded in 1927, Sigma Lambda Beta 

Fraternity is the oldest organization in Univer- 
sity College and has a rich tradition of leader- 
ship in student government and night school ac- 
tivities. Although only part-time students, the 
brothers promote a dinner-theatre party and ice- 
skating, bowling, and swimming outings. On an 
annual basis are a Christmas Party for the 
children of the members and a golf outing in 
the summer. The highlight of the year for Sigma 
Lambda Beta is the banquet in June at which 
new members are initiated and the officers in- 
stalled. 



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Bob Lydon, Stan Stassen, Irv Motluck. 



Serious thought is given to the latest proposal for an increase of 
student participation in University College activities. 




299 




Back row: Chuck Jindrich, Tom McGovern, Jerry Pierce, Frank 
Slocumb, John O'Connell, Ken Kline, Richard Maring, Dennis Kieta, 



Dennis Knipp, Tom Bowes. Front row: Mike Adams, Dan Kozie, 
Bill Todd, John Martin, Larry Pelka. 




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Sigma Pi is fraternalism . . . 

Prior to incorporation into their large 
national, the brothers of Sigma Pi (Beta 
Chi Chapter) were a local pre-medical 
fraternity named Phi Mu Chi founded 
in 1922 — Loyola's oldest fraternity. 

The brothers believe in a full college 
life. Socially, Sigma Pi sponsors the 99^ 
Mixer and the lavish Easter Orchid Ball, 
the oldest dance in Loyola's tradition. 
Athletically, Sigma Pi makes a strong 
bid for victory in intramurals ... a re- 
spected opponent on the field or court. 
Scholastically, Sigma Pi received last 
summer the Grand Chapter's award, 
best in the nation. 

A brother for life, Beta Chi is the 
hub for the Chicago Alumni Club of 
Sigma Pi. 




Dale Skallo, Herald; John Mayer, Vice-President; John Martin, 
Treasurer; Jerry Pierce, Corresponding Secretary; Charles Jindrich, 
President. 




Standing: Peter Zlenkov, Don McGowan, Jerry Brunner, Dave Reuss, 
John Wolosewick. Seated: Lou Stachura, Tom Krueger, Dale Skallo, 
John Mitchell, Ron Refer. 



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2IIA 



A long tradition of service to Loyola has 
marked the activities of the members of Sigma 
Pi Alpha. Since its founding in 1933 this local 
fraternity has been dedicated to developing its 
members intellectually and socially, physically 
and spiritually, in friendship and cooperation. 
Though one of Loyola's smaller fraternities, 
Sigma Pi Alpha has made significant contri- 
butions to campus activities and projects in 
many areas. In the recent past the fraternity 
has consistently maintained one of the highest 
academic averages of all Loyola organizations. 
Sigma Pi Alpha maintains its stress upon the 
spiritual, academic and social aspects of colle- 
giate life. Its many loyal alumni work closely 
with the undergraduate members in giving ad- 
vice and counsel, and in encouraging them in 
all their activities to live up to the ideas of 
Loyola. 




Standing: Bruce Smith, Pledgemaster; M. Rich- 
ard McMahon, Treasurer. Seated: Robert A. 
Getz, Vice-President; Barrett Henning, President. 



302 




Standing: Dan Stolarczyk, Patrick Henning, Kevin H. Red- 
mond, Martin Jaztrembowski, Jerome Lattyak, Richard Bird. 
Seated: Robert A. Getz, Barrett Henning, Thomas Stempien, 
Maurice R. McMahon, Bruce Smith. 



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TA<£ 



And you'll notice if you read down- 
wards, the first letters spell 
T-A-U-D-E-L-T- . . . 



Standing: Rich Lang, Jeff Carlson, Gary Schlesinger, Larry Stromm, 
John Driscoll, John Zei. Seated: Bob Lang, Ken Wozniak, Tom 
Cassidy, Everett Jacobson. 





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Bock row: John Driscoll, Custos; Larry Stromm, Vice-Consul; Rich 
Lang, Consul; John Zei, Quaestor. Front row: Bob White, Cor- 
responding Scribe; Tom Cassidy, Alumni Scribe; Chuck Woodward, 
Recording Scribe; Paul Chavin, Editor-historian. 



Standing: Frank Candioto, Paul Chavin, Paul O'Neil, Tom Purcell, 
Chuck Woodward, Tom DeZur. Seated: Joe Lamas, Bob White, 
Marshall Olech, Mindaugas Janulaitis. 



A national social fraternity, Tau 
Delta Phi was founded in 1910, admit- 
ted to the National Interfraternity 
Council in 1922, and organized Tau 
Eta chapter at Loyola in 1949. By 1955 
Tau Delts had Loyola's first fraternity 
house. Three years later they moved to 
their present location at 6000 Sheridan 
Road. Tau Eta strives to obtain for its 
members much more than just grades; 
consequently, it participates in a large 
variety of social, athletic, academic, 
and other university activities. During 
the past year Tau Delts doubled their 
membership, merited the Judges Award 
for best act in the Variety Show, won 
the Chariot Race, and took an overall 
third in Greek Week, collected most 
money per capita trophy in the Ugly 
Man Contest, placed second in Pow- 
Wow weekend activities, and made its 
annual Interfraternity Sing and mixer 
a huge success. 




305 




Standing: Father Grollig, Moderator; Pat McNamara, John Blake- 
more, Jim Klem. Seated: Dan Cox, Jock Smithwick, Bill Pierce. 



TKE 




At Work: Tony De Orio, Bill Pierce, Bob Scigalski. 



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The Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Tau Kappa 
Epsilon fraternity was orginally founded as the 
University Club in 1938. The Club joined the 
national fraternity in 1956 and has since risen 
to prominence among University organizations. 

The Tekes sponsor the Hallowe'en Ugly Man 
Mixer with its Ugly Man contest for the benefit 
of Patna Missions; the St. Patrick's Day Dance 
in conjunction with the Teke Sweetheart contest; 
and various lectures held at the fraternity house. 



This year the Tekes won both the fraternity 
football and basketball titles, took first in a snow 
sculptoring contest held by the school, and be- 
came the first fraternity on campus to purchase 
its own fraternity house. 

All Teke activities are oriented toward de- 
veloping in the members a dynamic spirit con- 
sistent with the motto: "Not for wealth, rank, 
or honor, but for personal worth and character." 



Standing: Father Grollig, Moderator; Hank Kreutzjans, Denny Grant, 
Tony Colosimo, Tom Zmugg, Jack Solbrig, Tom McCormick, Jim 
Hinckley, Vince Jolivette, Spencer Malecha, Richard Randick, James 
O'Connor, Mike Timmons, James Klem, Pat McNamara, Bill Leahy, 



Lenny Buzz. Seated: Al Baliunas, Dan Cox, Bill Pierce, Tad Mac- 
Cartie, David Scully, Dick Greene, Drew Trapani, John Blakemore, 
Jack Smithwick. 




Standing: Paul Lietz, Jerry Luboff, Linas Gylys, Tony De Orio, 
Rich Fardy, Rick Yule, Mike Fagan, Bill Lyke, Rick Garvey, Bruce 



Zimmerman. Seated: Mark Niekrasz, Bob 
Spencer Malecha, Bill Hogan, George Cenar. 



Scigalski, Dick Kennedy, 



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©OA 



Sorority life began on Loyola's campus 
with the founding of Upsilon Chapter of 
Theta Phi Alpha in 1943. In 1951, Theta 
Phi again had another first; it became the 
first sorority to join the National Panhel- 
lenic Council. Theta Phi stresses the ideals 
of scholarship, leadership and friendship. 
Miss Mary Louise McPartlin, director of 
Home Studies, is the moderator of the 
sorority, and Rev. Lester Evett, S.J. is the 
chaplain. Throughout the year Theta Phi 
participates in all university functions from 
Freshman Orientation week, through 
Greek Week, the Inter-Fraternity Sing, the 
Miss Loyola Contest, University Weekend, 
and the variety Show, to the annual White 
Rose Ball. 




Standing: Joan Hermann, Pledge Mistress; Gaye Bowers, Marshal; 
Bernie Javor, Historian. Seated: Mary Lou Howlett, Recording Sec- 
retary; Terese Makowski, Vice-President; Jackie McQuigg, Treasurer; 
Lorie Didzerkis, President; Ginny Hopkinson, Corresponding Secretary. 



Theta Phi Alpha wins first prize in the inter-fraternity sing. 




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Standing: Mary Lou Howlett, Janet Mroczek, Sally Jo Bobernac, 
Jackie McQuigg, Maureen Hogan, Eve Friend, Joan Herrmann, Ginny 
Hopkinson, Bernie Javor, Carole Maggio, Sharon Ramljak, Lissa 



Doman, Madge Hartnett, Terese Makowski, Lorie Didzerkis. Seated: 
Coleen Conroyd, Sheila Haverty, Sandy Weinstein, Pam Phillips, 
Pat Steiner, Kathy Reilly, Lois Touney. 




Standing: Pat Smith, Betty Kutza, Mary Ann Lynch, Borb Buren, 
Barb Bilinski, Joyce Liput, Carol Stitzer, JoAnn Riordan, Gerry 
Pacanowski, Posey Lehman, Mary Ann Bandala, Diane Ehrman. 



Seated: Mary Jane Young, Natalie Tessari, Carol Knes, Nancy 
Gracyk, Connie Karos, Midge Schalke, Marsha Poremski. 



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Mr. Paul DeDomenico, Miss 
Marty Tamburini, Mr. and 
Mrs. Roy Applegren, Mr. 
John P. Korbakis, Miss 
Aliki Anagos learn the value 
of a skilled pair of hands. 




Back row: James Brown, Thomas Nale, Ronald Magnuson, Lance 
Krusse, Roy Appelgren. Fourth row: Robert Mueller, Thomas Golec, 
Edward Walsh, Ronald Hartzer, David Binotti, Robert Hoffman, 
Robert Hodur, Frederick Orendach, Ronald Isbell. Third row: Keith 
Radley, Timothy Chatton, Gerald Heiman, Dennis Manning, Sam 
Dickason, Joseph Cappiello, John Micka, Philip Levoy, John Sullivan, 



Philip Milanovich, George Lambson. Second row: John Kolodziej, 
Jerome Alaksiewicz, Charles Kirkland, Lawrence Carlsen, Terence 
Murphy, Joseph Van Cura, Paul DeDomenico. Front row: Clarence 
Red, James Fulbright, Raymond Dunn, Anthony Polito, Ralph Del 
Monico, Dr. Jay McMahon. 




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Established at Loyola in 1930, Xi Psi 
Phi, Lambda Chapter, is a dental fraternity 
with a two-fold purpose: to develop in its 
members a devotion to their profession, 
school, and fraternity and to aid its mem- 
bers in persuing their professional and 
social desire. It also emphasizes academic 
excellence. 

Socially this organization sponsors such 
activities as house parties, an annual 
formal and a yearly golf outing. 

It also publishes the Xi Psi Phi Quarterly, 
which is the connecting link between the 
chapters of the national fraternity and 
gives each group the opportunity to publ ish 
the results of the activities. 



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X-/ 



James Fulbright, President; George Lambson, Vice-President; Philip 
Milonovich, Social Chairman; Clarence Red, Sgt.-at-Arms. 



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Loyola Hall 



Completed in 1955 and housing 360 stu- 
dents, Loyola Hall is located on the beautiful 
Lake Shore Campus. The only men's residence 
for the entire university, Loyola Hall furnishes 
many things for its hardworking residents — 
such as good, homecooked meals. It serves as 
a home away from home while providing the stu- 
dent with social, recreational, educational, and 
useful facilities — even washing machines and 
dryers. Dances, movies, guest lectures, and ath- 
letic contests are a regular fare to occupy the 
student's leisure time. Much more important 
than the above functions is the role of providing 
a school and a dorm spirit which can only be pro- 
vided by a residence hall. Loyola Hall fulfills 
this special function to the benefit of the indivi- 
dual student and the university. 




Executive board members Frank Benak, Hugh Carr, Gordy Dammann, 
and Bob Schwaner discuss coming dorm events. 



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Standing: Father Voss, S.J., Nicholas Pieroni, Father Bowman, S.J., 
Ronald Mokos, Walter Knake, Cornelius Arnold, Paul Stewart, Robert 



Tomaszkiewciz. Seated: Father O'Connor, S.J., Edward Cetinske, 
Director. 




An unseen diversion provides hours of relaxation for the exhausted 
residents. 



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The family that prays together, stays together. 



Trick. 



Treat. 




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One ball, one paddle. 



Shhh! 




"The Uncalled Four." See 
them. Count them. 



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Delaware island goes Hawaii. 




Vfc^C 



Door-to-door Christmas decorations add sparkle 
to the Holiday Season. 




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Standing: Pat Smith. Jean Takitani. Carol Zanocco, Peg McDonnell, 
Vivian Hood, Lori Vacula, Mary O'Connell. Seated: Rita Mae Lynn, 
Rita Redmond, Cindy Lewis, Jeannine Hucklenbroich, Lauren Knaus 



Katie Dvorak, Margaret Harvey. Seated on floor: Diane Ehrman, 
Cheryl Smith, Anne Marie Scalise, Mariette Timmins, Marcia Mc- 
Dermott. 



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Delaware 
Hall 



The only Lewis Towers campus residence, 
Deleware Hall houses seventy coeds in the Arts 
program. Located in the heart of the Gold 
Coast area of Chicago, the coeds are fortunate 
to live close to the excitement and magnificent 
splendor of Michigan Avenue, the Art Institute, 
the Chicago Stock Exchange, the Schubert 
Theatre, the Metropolitan Opera, and the Lewis 
Towers campus. These areas are only minutes 
away, offering unique opportunities for aca- 
demic, cultural, and social activities. In addition 
to their studying, the girls sponsor parties, 
dances, and participate in the various univer- 
sity functions. 







Judiciary Board: Mary O'Connell, Mariette Timmins, Jori O'Donnell, President; Margaret 
Harvey. 



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Standing: Joyce Roslof, Marcia Gondeck, Reggie Poskus, Linda 
Radocy, Judy Dunne, Mary Schulatz. Seated: Lauren Lee Chapman, 
Diane Malone, Margaret Schalke, Carol Ann Stitzer, Elizabeth En- 



gert, Sue McShane, Janice Jachinski. Seated on floor: Val Smith, 
Dona Garcia, Sue Ann Winkeljohn, Diane Ivan, Lorraine Wolf. 



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Bock row: Veronica Butler, Camille 
Janet Wege, Jeanne Lammert, Tin 
row: Dorothy Turek, Debra Steward 
Frances Harshbarger, Michele Otto, 
Third row: Carol Puis, Linda Berna, 
Ostrenga, Kathy Doe, Sharon Trader 
Kathie Bender, Phyllis Krzyzek, Con 
Marsha Miller. Front row: Jean 
Maureen Smith, Sadie McCaffree, 



Zarantonello, Mary Carroll, Peggy Effa, Pat Heaney, 

a Planutis, Jackie Klicman, Sue McCluggage. Second 

Joanne Sheahan, Donna Eichinger, Patricia Merwick, 

Elaine Culen, Mory Kay Thegze, Mary Ann Bubness. 

Sue Irvin, Gretchen Raach, Ann Mikulski, Mary Ann 

Eve McGrath. Fourth row: Judy Noe, Lyn Ralbovsky, 

nie Corso, Roberta Teeling, Terri Loda, Mary Groeber, 

Novak, Joanne Ott, Cathy Gerken, Bonnie Harding, 

Gerry Pacanowski, Melody Stala, Lorraine Lyons. 





Judy Noe, Sal lie McCaffree, Joanne Sheehan, Lyn 
Ralbovsky. 



Standing: Judy Howald, Nancy Brown. Seated: Sallie McCaffree, Sandy Wiencek, 
Olga Velez, Sue Bradley, Jean Novak. 



Bob Sawchyn and George Scudella receive a big 
welcome from Janet Wege, Mrs. Ward and 
Mike Otto. 




Swami Patsy Strawser tells Jackie Klicman her 
fortune at Chamberlain's open house. 




Chamberlain Hall 




The open house 
was open only one 
way for George 
Crosby, as he finds 
himself forcibly de- 
tained by his Cham- 
berlain "friends." 



Boasting the largest number of resident 
women, Chamberlain Hall is located on Loyola's 
Lake Shore Campus. The girls pride themselves 
on an "All for one and one for all" spirit that has 
helped them to success in all the University ac- 
tivities they enter. This year the hall was well 
represented during Pow Wow week, in the Miss 
Loyola competition, in the Ugly Man contest, at 
the Variety Show, and on University Weekend. 
An annual climax to dorm projects is the luau 
held at the beach during May. Chamberlain has 
done much to advance and guide its residents in 
their religious, social, and academic lives, and to 
increase their enjoyment of Loyola University. 




Executive Board 

Standing: Miss Janet Bennignus, Mrs. Eva Ward, Miss Barbara 
Cratty. Seated: Olga Velez (vice-president), Joan Devine (secre- 
tary), Joan Thinnes (president), Mary Kay Thegze (treasurer), Joan 
Rapp (social chairman). 




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Standing: Diane Dresen, Treasurer; Mrs. Dawson, Housemother; Anita Guzior, Secre- 
tary. Seated: Mary Ann Kane, Vice-president; Eddie Nowak, President; Sharon McArdle, 
Social Chairman. 




Back row: Mary Jane Deenihan, Linda Kobel, Mary Jo Budill, Mary 
Collins, Charlene Bogaerts, Cleo Sipka, Rosemarie Sochor, Anita 
Guzior. Fourth row: Marty Baum, Jennifer Talso, Diane Suloeski, 
Dana Roehm, Sandy McGary, Mrs. Dawson, Nancy Biskup, Pat 
Smith, Kay Lynch, Nino Fitch, Maria Basiczynskyj. Third row: 
Cissy Dickinson, Jane Read, Noreen Mysyk, Betty Obert. Jane 



Hasbrouck, Anne Kennedy, Judy Klees, Mary Bigongiari, Diane 
Dahm. Second row: Sudy Winslow, Donia Geyer, Eddie Nowak, 
Marilyn Faford, Sue Sullivan, Diane Owen, Beverly Kopala, Gail 
Grodoski, Sue Kubiak. Front row: Diane Dresen, Mary Ann 
Kane, Sharon McArdle, Lila Canning, Diane Brown, Marie Biel. 



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Fifth row: Judy Krivis, Marie Smrka, Nan Johnson, Judy Nichols, 
Joan Maslowski, Pat Kopernik. Fourth row: Judy Werhand, Andrea 
Krol, Sandy Mlinarcik, Kathy Kennedy, Judy Perkins, Judy Molisius, 
Mary Marmoll. Third row: Lynda Wesley, Donna Dempsey, Debbie 
Wiedmann, Jan Jarose, Barb Williams, Kathy O'Malley, Mary Ann 



Walter. Second row: Barb Blyth, Mary Palanchar, Marcie Ruholl, 
Janet Rust, Mary Knauf, Pat Harry, Betty Apke, Carol Francona. 
First row: Ruta Baltrukenas, Nancy McNally, Carma Bordanaro, 
Mimi Ventresca. 



Stebler Hall 



On the S.W. corner of Loyola and Winthrop 
rises an imposing structure, home of 11 sharp 
coeds, and known as Stebler Hall. These hard- 
working, fun-loving girls have as their standard- 
excellence. Witness their Varieties '65 act 
"Frankie and Johnny", which walked away with 
two awards — the Alumni "Iggy" and the 
Audience Popularity Trophy. Three weeks later 
saw the girls construct an outstanding booth for 
University Weekend based on the Queen of 
Hearts. Their talents even extended to the culi- 
nary skills — which were evident in their bar- 
becue in May. 

What is behind this drive and zeal? Perhaps, 
it is the T.O.T.S.N.S. that make their debut 
each Spring at the annual T.O. T.S.N. Party. 
With Stebler T.O.T.S.N.S. on the loose, Loyola 
Campus best beware! 




Standing: Judy Molisius, Betty Obert. Seated: Rosemarie Sochor, 
Mary Ann Kane; President, Diane Brown. 



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Gonzaga Hall 




A converted apartment building on Kenmore 
Avenue is the five-day-a-week residence hall for 
38 students from the College of Arts and 
Sciences, the School of Business Administration, 
the Law School and University College. On the 
weekends, Gonzaga Hall serves as a retreat hall 
for students, professional groups and others 
interested in making a closed retreat in the city. 

A unique feature of Gonzaga Hall is that it 
is managed entirely by the student residents. The 
payment of the bills, the maintenance require- 
ments and other matters concerning the ad- 
ministration of the house are handled by a House 
Council moderated by Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J. 
Gonzaga Hall's plans for the near future include 
the acquisition of a neighboring apartment 
building and the expansion of dormitory facili- 
ties for more students. 



Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J. offers spiritual counseling to the 
the residents. 



The House Council members are: Faust Saponara, Hugh Griffin, Jim 
Owen, Bernie Michna, Larry Hinman, Jack Heneghan and Mike 
Bencic. 




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Standing: Curtis Lowe, Howie Morin, Fred Wiora, Joe Krivis, Larry 
Conway. Second row: Mike Bencic, Jim Owen, Bob Smith, Larry 
Hinman, Jack Heneghan, Bill Lavin, Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J., Bob 
Stiff, Bernie Michna, Hank Corriggio, Jim Hogan, Hugh Griffin, Tom 



Hogan. Third row: Larry Capriotti, Dan Fitzgerald, John Ruffolo, 
Greg Morrow, Rick Schwartz, Pete Kezon, Mark Condon, Chuck 
Flynn. Seared: John Bladon, Jose Delgado, George Stunyo, Denny 
Couch, Bob Bennett, Vince Pascale. 




Larry Hinman: 
manages. 



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Mary Brown: 
cooks. 



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St. Joseph's Manor 



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Standing: Sue Kemper, Loretta Rocks. Seated: Jackie Specht, Chairman; 
Mary Beth Anthony, Mary Ryan, Maxine Nunez. 




Standing: Vicki Tammen, Beth Homan, Barbara Dane, 
Jean Hindersheid, Retta Rocks, Chris Vallee, Nancy An- 
drews, Nancy Kerrigan, Elizabeth Murry, Jackie Specht. 
Seated: Genie Delaney, Mary Beth Anthony, Kathleen Cleary, 
Gayle Aubry, Lynda Hoppenjans, Mary Ellen Imlay. Seated on 
floor: Diane Fial, Patty Byrne, Mickie Clabats. 




Residents chant "Emmanuel" hymn in Advent ceremony. 



The Conrad Hilton of Loyola dorms — St. 
Joseph's Manor — is, in many ways, the envy of 
the other women's halls. Its yard stretches from 
the winding lanes of Lincoln Park along the 
Outer Drive to Chicago's fabulous Gold Coast. 
Its residents share the newest and largest ac- 
commodations that the University offers to Wo- 
men. They enjoy the luxury of two elevators, 
several private parlors, and air-conditioned 
rooms. These are the extremely favorable as- 
pects of Manor dwelling, but truthful Josephites 
admit that there are a few points against their 
home. They never quite know whether to check 
"commuter" or "resident" on registration forms, 
as they recall their daily bus rides to either cam- 
pus. The food situation is also rather confusing. 
The girls spent the first semester learning to 
cook something they could eat, but in the second 
term they learned to eat what others had cooked. 
St. Joseph's has one other certain claim to fame 
among University facilities — It is the only one 
that serves DePaul students. 



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Chris Vallee and Barbara Dane add final deco- 
rations for the "door prize" Christmas contest. 




Standing: Anne Legris, Judy Elam, Marie Sliteris, Delores Davenport, Arlene Eklund, Lynn Logman, Janice Geldhof, Marcia Strachyra, Anne 
Roney, Sandra Lewis, Kathy Reilly, Joy Rosenblatt. Seated: Nancy Davenport, Gail Garrett, Mary Ryan, Valerie Corasiniti, Ellen Cham- 
berlain, Maxine A. Nunez, Mary Jo Frontczak, Colette Stack, Mary Ann Gilmore, Sue Raikovitz, Maris Judd. Seated on floor: Leslie Leline, 
Jeannine Flynn, Rosaleen Kelly, Kathy Dendler, Peggy McDonald, Ann Maria Tomal. 



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Accounting Club 



The Accounting Club experienced one of its 
most successful terms during the past year. 
Founded at Loyola in 1949, it strives to bridge 
the gap between accounting theory and practice. 
This aim is accomplished through speakers; rep- 
resentatives of public accounting firms, indus- 
try, and banking; field trips; and the distribu- 
tion of literature, encompassing the many and 
varied aspects of the accounting field. 

As an affiliate of the Illinois Conference of 
Accountancy Clubs, the organization acquaints 
the students with the opportunities available for 
employment, training, and advancement in the 
business world. Thereby, students vitally in- 
terested in accounting may share in the club- 
sponsored programs. Practice thus complements 
theory. The members are given an opportunity 
to discuss the programs and ideas of accountants 
employed in many of the outstanding Chicago 
area business firms. 




Back row: Michael J. Kosiak, Treasurer; Philip F. Trojanowski, 
Secretary. Front row: Robert Schank, President; Thomas A. Marcet, 
Vice-president. 



Back row: John Hanchav, Paul Hitzelberger, Gene Kozikoski, Thomas 
Jacobs, George L. Kiskunas, Philip Trojanowski, Gerald Britz. 
Second row: John Semerau, George Lejeck, Thomas Hoyden, Dennis 



Blaze, Thomas Comparini, Donald DeMuyt. Front row: Joseph 
Eberhardt, John Morrow, Matt Engels, Ronald Hubrich, Michael 
J. Kosiak, Thomas A. Marcet. 



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Back row: Ronald Przybyla, Frank Guziec, Veronica Lacis, Thomas 

Giallanza, James Schmitt, Denise Madigan. Fifth row: David 

Sevening, Stanley Larson, Audrone Valaitis, George McDonald. 

Fourth row: Ronald Hennis, Richard Kerr, William Braun, Mitchell 



Smas. Third row: James Babler, James Marecek, John Klube. 
Joseph Zymonas, John Crinion. Second row: Thomas Mortell, 
Jean Adler, Hermann Faubl, Pamela Golton, Joseph Nasarzewski. 
Front row: Edwin Mrozek, Gerald Roth. 



Edwin Mrozek, President; Hermann Faubl, Program Chairman; Thomas 
Mortell, Treasurer; Pamela Golton, Program Chairman; Gerald Roth, 
Secretary; James Schmitt, Vice-president; Dr. Frank Cassaretto, 
Moderator. 




American 
Chemical 
Society 



The objective of the American Chemical 

Society, the largest professional organization in 
the U.S. devoted to a single science, is " . . . 
to stimulate the interest of students in chemistry 
as a profession . . . and to build a professional 
consciousness that later will guide them into 
organized activity for the advancement of 
chemistry as a science and a profession." This 
chapter's activities have included a series of 
lectures, tutoring, films, and field trips. The first 
semester was climaxed with a Christmas party 
co-sponsored with the Math and Physics clubs. 
This Spring the annual Student Chemical Sym- 
posium of the Chicago Section of the A.C.S. was 
sponsored by the Loyola Student Affiliate 
Chapter. 



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Standing: David Krejci, Sgt.-at-Arms; 
Mary Ann Angel, Secretary; Marriette 
Timmins, Second Vice-President; Rev. 
Francis X. Grollig, S.J., Faculty Ad- 
visor; Fred Degrazia, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; Susan Raikowitz, Secretary; 
Richard Brezina, Treasurer. Seated: 
Patton Feichter, President. 



Chardin 

Anthropological 

Society 

The Chardin Anthropological Society was 

organized to stimulate interest in anthropology, 
as Loyola became this year the first Catholic 
University in the country to offer an under- 
graduate major in anthropology. A special em- 
phasis is placed on the integration of the 



"science of man" (embracing woman, too) to 
associated fields of study. The initial efforts of 
this neonate activity included social (the SHIN- 
DIG), academic (illustrated and illustrious 
lectures), and utilitarian (Anthropology Interest 
Day) programs. The Society was named after 
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, the internationally 
famous French Jesuit paleontologist, priest, 
missionary and author. The co-discoverer of 
Peking Man of Chou-Kou-Tui, China, Father 
Teilhard de Chardin died in New York, a re- 
search scholar of the Wenner Greun Foundation 
for Anthropological Research. 



Members of the Chardin Anthropological Society. 




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Kathy Mitchell, Connie Karos, Jean Smith, Anne Maureen Moloney. 

Giggles, chatter, smiles, and friendship . . . 
Sounds like one of the Coed Club's many social 
functions . . . Maybe the Big Sister Tea, the club 
dinner, the Christmas Dance, the Valentine 
Mixer or a meeting of the CC Variety Show 
usherettes . . . 

Effort, satisfaction, smiles, and friendship 
. . . Sounds like one of the Coed Club's many 
worthwhile projects . . . Maybe the volunteer 
program at Hines, the Family Communion Sun- 
day, or the Christmas Toy Drive. 

Coeds from every college of the University, 
Director Mariette LeBlanc, Moderator Joan 
Steinbrecker, and sixteen years of growth . . . 
Sounds like the Loyola University Coed Club, 
and that's what it is. 




Back row: Kathy Koranda, Pow-Wow Chairman; Sally Jo Bobemac, 
Spiritual Chairman; Anne Maureen Moloney, Secretary; Kathy Mitch- 
ell, Social Chairman; Anna Marie Scalise, Publicity Chairman. Mid- 
dle row: Pat Smith, Service Chairman; Alice Ehemann, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Miss Joan Sfeinbrecher, Moderator; Connie Karos, President. 
Front row: Bonnie O'Shea, Big Sister and University Weekend Chair- 
man; Jill Dwyer, Treasurer. 



Coed Club 



Back row: Josie Kujawa, Alexis Weickle, Eileen Klocko, Helene 
Klobucar, Mary Grant, Judy Jearas, Judy Ferraro, Nancy Gracyk, 
Bernie Javor. Third row: Alice Henek, Pat Barth, Gerry Blake, 
Jill Dwyer, Puddy D'Esposito, Kathy Corrigan, Sue Boyce, Kathy 
Conniff, Kathy Frei, Carol Kubistal. Second row: Jeannine Huck- 



lenbroich, Madge Hartnett, Gerry Doherty, Kathy Coniglio, Jo- 
Carol Blumenthal, Marietta Colletti, Alice Ehemann, Cam Cunico, 
Lynne Allen, Lori Didzerkis, Connie Karos. Front row: Maggie 
Goodrich, Kathy Koranda, Sally Bobernac, Tina Kolowski, Betty 
Bereznak, Marcia Chwierut, Joan Hawkins, Kathy Jeremia. 




Dean McCloskey at Coed Club 
Welcome Tea for incoming fresh- 
men. 




Back row: Carol Sloboda, Joan Sorich, Dorothy Turek, Andrea Pacer, 
Diane Maslanka, Anne Maureen Moloney, Kathy Quinn. Third row: 
Gerrie Paterkiewicz, Anne Tunney, Theophane Swiech, Clarene 
Joy Ponticelli, Mary Kay Motto, Terrie Loda, Connie Pietrucha, 
Louise Sinsko, Mary Ann O'Hara, Cynthia Tiechner, Kathy Mitchell, 



Judy Medick. Second row: Maryanne Milkowski, Michelle Scibor, 
Teresa Wojcik, JoAnn Seminetta, Linda Radocy, Rita Redmond, 
Melody Stala, Ann Wight, Laura Rettenberger, Gayle Porter. Front 
row: Maureen Hogan, Patricia Sullivan, Anna Marie Scalise, Bonnie 
O'Shea, Johanne Pachankis, Joyce Roslof, Pat Smith, Carolyn Szold. 




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Coed Club officers pose with their 
dates at the annual Christmas Dance. 



Coeds join in idle chatter after the 
spaghetti dinner given for them in 
the Georgetown Room. 





Coeds Dorothy and Melody 
make payment for the spa- 
ghetti dinner. 



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Curtain Guild 



The Curtain Guild is both an extracurricular 
activity and an extension of the Department of 
Speech and Drama. 

It is an extracurricular organization provid- 
ing students, who are interested in various 
phases of theatrical production, with the oppor- 
tunity to broaden their experiences in drama ap- 
preciation. 

It is a departmental organization, which, 
through its major productions, represents the 
Department of Speech and Drama and the Uni- 
versity. The plays chosen for major production 
are carefully reviewed to provide a varied and 
interesting season of plays which represent the 
best of classic, modern, and contemporary 
drama. Since Speech and Theatre have always 
been a part of Jesuit education, the Curtain 
Guild has a natural place in the University 
structure. 




Officers: John Middleton, Vice-President; Diana Berek, Secretary; 
Stan Zelesnik, President. 



Lost row: Rich Buhl, Paul Barrett, Bob Seiko,. Keith Urban, Edward 
Hapaniewski. Third row: Bernard Whitley, Lee Faust, Robert Egan, 
Joellyn Tomsic, John Burnett, Rich Forest, Paul Govekar, John Mid- 
dleton. Second row: Stan Zelesnik, Nancy Pruneau, Jim Parker, 
Mary Pat Shelley, Phil Hayes, Romualda Deksnys, David Moran. 
Front row: Bill Beadle, Suzi Pink, Sue Winkeljohn, Diana Berek, 
Peter Morganti. 






Scandal mongers (Steve Francis, Sue Winkeljohn, Mary Pat Shelley) 
confuse their gossip accounts in "School for Scandal". 



Joseph Surface (Keith Urban) endeavors to convince Lady 
Teazle (Kathy Byrne) of the "prudence" of an indiscretion. 



"There is nothing so noble as a man of sentiment". 




Sir Peter Teazle (Paul Barrett) is teased by his friends 
(Phil Hayes and John Burnett). 




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Chess Club 



Founded at the Lake Shore campus, the 
Chess Club attempts to improve the playing 
ability of Loyola students in the game of chess. 
Although it has been only recently established 
in March, 1964, the club is already deeply in- 
volved in many activities, which include minor 
tournaments, exhibitions, and lectures given by 
chess masters. Also, in the planning stage is a 
possible intercol legate chess league composed 
of colleges in this area. Directed by Richard Ver- 
ber, a renowned chess master, this club provides 
enjoyable practice for the members. 



Standing: Terry Burke, Secretary; 
Richard Verber, Director. Seated: 
Bill Bart, President. 




Standing: Jim O'Donnell, Marian Caporusso, Ted Hodkowski, Jim Klem, John Fitzgerald, 
Mary Anne Bunda. Seated: Terry Burke, Bill Bart, Richard Verber. 



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Debating Society 



Ninety years old and still kicking — that's 
Loyola's Debate Society which is now kicking 
around the idea of a federal program of public 
work for the unemployed. Although forensic 
speaking is the oldest extra-curricular activity at 
the University, its appeal has never waned, and 
students still enjoy the stimulating challenge to 
the intellect and the opportunity for free expres- 
sion which it provides. 



Bock row: John Bikus, Jim Fletcher. Front row: Ellen 
Kane, Nancy Prete, Celeste Stachnik. 




Back row: Richard McNamara, Bob Earley, Lou Rundio, Jim Crummy, Dennis Urban, Bob 
Boyda, Gary Osga, Bill Theis, Terry Hallberg. Second row: Jerry Black, Maggie Roche, Noel 
Smoron, Anne Maureen Moloney, Mary Ann Angel, Marianne Reed, Jay Melvin, Chris 
Glazar. Front row: Mr. Donald Stinson, John Bikus, Ellen Kane, Nancy Prete, Jim Fletcher, 
Celeste Stachnik, Miss Koprowski. 



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Above: Bill Hibner, Vice-President; Ellen Kane, President. Below: 
Jerry Drozd, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Kauss, Membership Committee 
Chairman. 



Economics And 
Finance Society 



The Economics and Finance Club seeks to 
introduce all Loyola students, especially those 
majoring in economics or finance, to the dy- 
namics of the business world. Activities include 
regular speaker meetings, tours of business 
operations in the Chicago area, including for the 
first time this year, Illinois Bell's Management 
Training Seminar, and an Alumni Reception to 
acquaint members with the employment and ad- 
vancement opportunities in the areas of finance 
and economics. A professional organization, the 
Economics and Finance Society aims to assist 
the members in making informed and con- 
sidered judgements concerning their academic 
futures. 




Standing: Jerry Drozd, Robin Michaels, Stan Block, Ed Jacob, Bob 
Kreiger, Jim Jackson, Paul Anderson, Pat Kelly, Bill Hibner. Seated: 



Roger Michels, Elizabeth Sundberg, Gail Loughery, Louise Wisniew- 
ski, Ellen Kane. 



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Fourth row: Dick Jordan, Roberta Stadler, Bernadine Principe, Vicki 
Dolezal, Carolyn Klos, Bro. Joseph Smigiel, C.S.V. Third row: 
Lawrence Walsh, John Priest, Ed Brazovski, Ben Amar, Leon Smith, 
Bro. John Peters, C.S.V., Bro. John Dowd, O.S.M. Second row: 
Margaret Harvey, Cecile Dooley, Catherine Jackson, Rose Mary 



Lanazarotta, Kathy Quinn, Pat Tipton, Camille Cunico, Yvonne 
Amar. Front row: Rev. James Mertz, S.J., Janine Konauka, Dr. 
D. Herbert Abel, Cynthia Baranowski, George Hoffman, Margaret 
Patterson, Professor Edwin Menes, Fred DeGrazia. 




Epsilon Pi Rho 



Standing: Leon Smith, Quaestor; Margaret Patterson, Praetor; George 

Hoffman, Editor of Vox. Seated: Janine Konauka, Consul; Dr. D. 

Herbert Abel, Advisor; Cynthia Baranowski, Asst. Editor of Vox; 
Fred DeGrazia, Tribune. 



Epsilon Pi Rho strives to deepen the ap- 
preciation of classical culture in Loyola's stu- 
dents who are taking or have taken Latin at the 
University. The club sponsors a "Latin Interest 
Day" and a Christmas party annually. During 
the year Mr. Menes, one of the guest speakers 
invited by the organization, gave the members 
an idea of the opportunities open to a Latin 
scholar. The club also publishes a newspaper, 
Vox. 



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Mary Therese Marosits, President; Dorothy Trop, Secretary; Jeff 
Hodgson, Instructor. 




Equestrian Club 

The Equestrian Society, founded in 1953 and 
reorganized in I960, provides for those students 
interested in horsemanship. In addition, the 
club offers a Physical Education credit to those 
who comply with the requirements. 

There are two differentiated riding groups 
(advanced and beginners) that meet once each 
week at the Nu Fashion Club Stables in the 
vicinity of Lincoln Park. Here the students are 
given one-hour instructed lessons on the funda- 
mentals of equestrianism by an instructor hired 
by the University who is himself a Loyola stu- 
dent. Rev. Hugh B. Rodman, S.J., Dean of Arts 
and Sciences, Lewis Towers, has been the club's 
moderator ever since its reorganization in 1960. 

Club activities include the annual Thanks- 
giving, Christmas, and Easter rides, the Christ- 
mas dinner, and semester contests where the 
winning participants are presented with first 
place trophies and second and third place 
ribbons. 



Eileen Pawlowski, Paula Siler, Pat La Vigne, Carole Zilser. 



Joyce Roslof, Johanne Pa- 
chankis, Joan Meltz, Su- 
san McCluggage, Robert 
Harris, Elaine Braviak, 
Carol Knes, Don Watts, 
Charlotte Chesrow. 



Thomas Woljeski, The- 
resa Vielmayer, Robert 
Dreas, Sue Bonk, Joseph 
Hauser, Dorothy Trop, 
Patricia Oliphant. 




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Mary Anne Bunda, Dr. Paul A. Hummert, Lawrence Luck, Camille 
Zarantonello, Jim O'Rourke, Terrence Burke. 



Fine Arts Club 



The Fine Arts Club, organized in 1954, has 
undergone a major change this year. The club 
no longer restricts activities to a membership. 
The activities are open to the entire student 
body, giving them an opportunity to enjoy some 
of the many cultural offerings of Chicago. 

The activities presented this year offered a 
wide index of taste-appeals as exemplified by 
the legitimate theatre productions of After The 
Fall and Hedda Gabler, a Dave Brubeck Concert, 
and the Leningrad Kirov Ballet. The Fine Arts 
Club also sponsored discussions in conjunction 
with the Curtain Guild after School for Scandal 
and Evening of lonesco. An annual trip to New 
York City was organized this year. The trip is 
opened to all students. During their stay in New 
York they are able to take full advantage of the 
New York stage. 



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Back row: Jim Peipho, Joseph Johnson, Casimir Roszewski, John 
Petricie, Michael Ward, Donald Horn, Richard Buhl, James Disher, 
J. Hollenkamp, John Meyers, Anthony Valvo. Third row: Charles 
Smith, Mark Wolff, John Piegzik, Richard Sohm, J. Breitenbach, 
Robert Jacks, Vincent Rangel, Frank Marzitelli, Joseph Melvin, 
Richard Izzo. Second row: Bernard Griffard, Pat Johonson, Joseph 



Krivis, John Pionke, William Pyrek, Joseph Hrncirik, Richard 
Adamczyk, Jack McCarthy, Ralph Kownacki, John Boyer, John 
Schreiber, Vito Grimaldi, Bruce Mueller, Capt. William Vergot. 
Front row: Kenneth Chadwick, Eugene Trzupek, Joseph Debre, 
Philip May, Richard Chyba, Wayne Jorgensen, John Meyer, Ross 
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Charles Haalman, John Miller. Fifth row: Kevin Coleman, Carl 
Venezio, Frederic Wielkiewicz, George Ziemialkowski. Fourth row: 
Robert Ross, Stephen O'Callaghan, Lovert Bassett, Thomas Daly, 
James Piala, Ralph Bawden, Anthony Garcia, Matthew Ignoffo. 
Third row: Richard Hubbell, John Davito, Carl Clavelli, Jon Stev- 



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enson, Patrick Klunder, James Magee, Robert Kuehn. Second row: 
Carlo DiCarlo, Raymond Bartel, Duane Lennon, Gerald Zopp, Thomas 
Roti, Robert Abhalter, Stuart O'Byrne, Robert Krueger, Alfred 
Piskorski. Front row: Daniel Berlinger, Robert Morris, Capt. Wil- 
liam Vergot, Joseph Krivis, Celest Di Pietropaolo. 



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Gold Torch 




Back row: Kevin Coleman, David Sass, Charles Jenkins, Thomas 
McGovern, Charles Hartman, George Ziemialkowski. Fourth row: 
Richard Hubbell, Robert Ross, Lovert Bassett, Stephen O'Callaghan, 
Michael Hamilton. Third row: John Davito, Richard Slade, Jon 
Stevenson, Ralph Bawden, Frederic Wielkiewicz, Richard Polheber, 
Louis Rago. Second row: Raymond Bartel, Richard Kelly, Gerald 
Zopp, Thomas Roti, Stuart O'Byrne, Robert Krueger, Carl Venezio. 
Front row: Joseph Krivis, Robert Kuehn, Robert Morris, Capt. Wil- 
liam Vergot, Claude Sasso, Celest DiPietropaolo. 




Standing: Philip May, Wayne Jorgensen, Richard Sohm, Donald 
Horn, J. Hollenkamp, Jack McCarthy, Bernard Griffard, Capt. 
William Vergot. Seated: Eugene Trzupek, John Petricig, Charles 
Smith, Robert Madsen, William Pyrek, Ronald Tate, Richard Buhl, 
J. Breitenbach, Michael Ward. 



The Gold Torch Military Associa- 
tion, founded in 1948, is the social- 
professional organization of Loyola 
University Brigade of Cadets. The 
Gold Torch affords the individual 
cadet the opportunity to participate 
in the many and varied activities of 
campus life. Social functions spon- 
sored by the Gold Torch are a 
dinner-dance during the semester 
break, a Spring Dance, and partici- 
pation in Pow Wow Week and Uni- 
versity Weekend. The Military Ball, 
one of the finest social events of the 
year, is the Association's major pro- 
ject. As a professional group, the 
Gold Torch presents guest speakers 
and films; plans trips; and publishes 
the Bugler, a cadet newspaper. 




Pat Johnson, Treasurer; Joseph Krivis, Secretary; 
Ralph Kownacki, Vice-president; Jack McCarthy, 
President; Bernard Griffard, Vice-president. 




Escorts: James Rappel, John McCarthy, Robert Pal- 
koner, Brian Crowe, Matthew Ignoffo. Court: Lynn 
Yueill, Eileen Long, Queen Alice Jaske, ex-queen 
Vicky Zima, Pamela Wehrheim, Sue Tracey, at the 
Military Ball. 



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Historical Society 



The Loyola Historical Society has become 
one of the largest and most respected student 
organizations on campus since its inception in 
1949. Through the planning of the Society's 
members, more and better activities, not only 
necessary for the proper maturation of the 
historically minded student, but also of equal 
interest and value to members of every 
discipline, are being offered each year. 

The Society annually sponsors a History 
Interest Day for Chicago area high-school stu- 
dents. Speakers at this year's program were; Dr. 
Paul S. Lietz, Mr. Daniel A. DeBarbieri, Miss 
Barbara Unger, Dr. William R. Trimble, and 
Dr. Robert W. McCluggage. Faculty Coffee 
Hours which provide students the chance to 
speak with members of the History Department 
in an informal situation, seldom duplicated 
elsewhere, are also sponsored by the society. 




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



Second row: Rich McNamara, Anastasia Luka, Paul Barrett, 
Alan Kovac, Ken Kouba. First row: Cecelia Carreon, Isabelle 



C Mrozik, Bernie Petrauskas, Mary Ellen Moran, Mariette Tim- 
mins, Vijuna Scorochirja. 




Business Administration 
Coed Club 



Watch out you business tycoons and inter- 
national financeers! The Loyola women in busi- 
ness have united and are on the way up. Forty- 
five members strong, the Business Administra- 
tion Coed Club is a fairly new organization at 
Lewis Towers. It was established with Miss 
Virginia Webb as moderator; principally to in- 
form the women of their role in the world of com- 
merce, but this professional aim has not prevent- 
ed the group from contributing to several of the 
University's social functions. 




Officers: Gail Loughery, President; Karen McGoldrick, Secretary; 
Louise Wisnieski, Treasurer; Miss Virginia Webb, Moderator. 



Back row: Christine Tischler, Bernadette Kawilinski, Myra Swick, 
Susan MacCarthy, Noreen Wade, Cheryle Schnoebelen, Teresa Woj- 
cik, Ellen Kane. Front row: Patricia Cassidy, Georgia Sapienza, 



Gail Loughery, Elizabeth Sundberg, Kathy Landolt, Louise Wis- 
nieski, Karen McGoldrick, Diane Dziedzina. 




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Human Relations Club 



The Human Relations Club binds together 
students with varied concentration. Students 
in history, English, philosophy, psychology, and 
sociology come together to place contemporary 
social problems in a Christian perspective. 

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. 



Standing: Kathy Blanks, Bob Troike, Mr. Russell V. Circo. Seated: 
Nancy Turner, Bob Mattern, Maxine Haussler. 



Back row: George Smith, Toni Schiltz, Bob Kemp, William Gala- 
way, Jim Connelly. Third row: Judy Hanrahan, Sharon Risser, 
Fr. Rene Barczak, O.F.M., Robert Inoralski, Balgrim Ragoonanan, 
James Mataya, Joseph Grill. Second row: Mr. R. V. Circo, Mod- 
erator, Dorothy Trop, Elaine Shigby, Barbara Schmitz, Diane 
Grygienc, Barbara Jo Waszel, Donna Bankowski, Rita Redmond, 
Nina Cortesi, John Russo, Robert Storks. Front row: Kathryn 
Blanks, Robert Troike, Nancy Turner, Robert Mattern, Maxine 
Haussler, Sue Bremner, Anna Marie Scalise. 




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Standing: George Haennicke, Lawrence Kunkel, Vincent Deluga, 
Jim Belmont, James Vanderflute, Lorin Volberding, Mike Greco, 
Jim Binsfeld, Joe Hollenkamp, Frank McAdams, Tom Judge, Paul 
Yasille, Theodore Wrobleski, Michael Kosiak, Michael Seagroves, 
Paul Govekar, Jr. Seated: Tom Bartholomew, Norm Bamber, Jan 
Ramirex, Jack Beaulieu, John Girone. 



Knights of Columbus 



Although the Knights of Columbus were 
founded over 82 years ago, the organization 
did not come to Loyola University until June, 
1964. With approximately thirty members, 
under the guidance of several older and more 
experienced Knights from other councils, Ma- 
donna Delia Strada Council of Loyola Univer- 
sity was born. As the council approaches its 
first anniversary, it can look with pride on its 
accomplishments and honors. It has taken 
part in many civic and charitable projects. 
It has attained the two highest honors which 
can be bestowed on a council: it has joined 
the Century Club by inducting more than one 
hundred new members in the past year ;and 
it has attained the rating of Star Council from 
the National Board in New Haven, Connecti- 
cut. Finally, the council has offered sports 
participation and entertainment to its mem- 
bers through intramural activities at the school 
and intercouncil activities in the state. 




Officers: Standing: Jack Beaulieu, Treasurer; Michael Kosiak, 
Trustee; Lawrence Kunkel, Warden. Seated: Tom Bartholomew, 
Advocate; Norm Bamber, Chancellor; Jan Ramirez, Grand Knight; 
Frank McAdams, Deputy Grand Knight. 



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Standing: Dick Mocka, David Lawrence, George Gordon, Gilbert 
Osmond, James Fletcher. Seated: Carol Landis, Jean Debs, Re- 
becca Sharp, Carlo Young, Liz Bennet, Michele Beaumont. 



Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 




The Gerard Manley Hopkins Society was 
founded at Loyola in 1931. Its name honors the 
outstanding Irish Jesuit poet of the Victorian 
era. 

The Loyola organization is aimed at the 
fuller development and expression of students 
in literature as an art. To this end, the Society 
has sponsored numerous lectures and student 
discussions on such topics as the role of psy- 
chology in literature and on outstanding authors 
of different periods of literature. 



Officers: George Gordon, Vice-President; Jim Fletcher, Presi- 
dent; Dick Mocka, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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Lodorians 



After two short years under the direction of 
Mr. Campbell, the Lodorians have developed 
quite an extensive repertoire. Unlike traditional 
choral groups, the young organization chooses 
musical selections from many sources and of 
varying styles, and is just as enjoyable at the 
Hootenanny as at the solemn convocation. The 
many University functions at which they per- 
form include Founder's Day, the Christmas Crib 
Blessing, and the Variety Show. 



Back row: Neil Tarrant, William Clohesy, Ronald Dombrowski, 
Jerold Weiss, Vincent Rangel, John Rubinic, Robert Hartman. Sec- 
ond row: Carol Kubistal, Judy Dunne, Mary Schulatz, Elizabeth 
Engert, Ann Cychulski, Joyce Roslof, Linda Radocy, Diane Ivan, 
Rita Redmond. Front row: Mr. David Campbell, Mary Roman, 
Pat Miller, Peg McCarthy, Barbara Cox, Sally Brozenec, Carol Knes, 
Noel Smoron, Gerry Boril, Eunice Richter. 






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Loyola Men 




Joe Locashio, Jim O'Halloran, and Fr. Hayes. 



Standing: Tom Cassidy, Fred Schudel, John Boyler, Thomas Dress- 
man, Greg Nolan, Jerry Hanagan, Joe Locashio, Dave Forsthoefel, 
Warren Busscher. Seated: Joe Walsh, T. D'Esposito, Bob Smith, 
Jim O'Halloran, Fr. Hayes, Dave Babcock. 



During the past year Loyola Men has spon- 
sored days of recollection, weekly meetings, 
talks with Fr. Hayes, trips to Xavier, retreats at 
Techney, crushing the Loyola Gnus at basket- 
ball, Christmas party with the faculty. The Men 
worked on student-faculty relations during the 
first semester, but concentrated on internal for- 
mation more recently. In meetings with the 
Jesuits from Aurora topics from abolishing 
Catholic Colleges to the differences between a 
committed non-believer and a Catholic have 
been churned over. Fr. Hayes has arranged trips 
for the Men to conferences on Catholic leader- 
ship and study days at other Universities. 

From the present discussions, it looks as if 
non-Catholic speakers will be invited to voice 
their theological views at Loyola along with 
challenges from well-versed students. The Men 
want to be sure that the Christian response is 
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Back row: Rev. John T. Dillon, S.J., Maryellen Jachimowski, Down 
Petrole, Rosario Garcia, Patricia Merwick, Mary Murphy, Mary 
Grover, Donna Eichinger, Jill Dwyer. Middle row: Dorothy Turek, 
Janine Konauka, Jane Hasbrouck, Carol Nahnsen. Front row: Bonnie 
O'Shea, Vijuna Scorochirja, Phyllis Krzyzek, Mary Lolly. 



Loyola Women 



The working role of women in the modern 
world has been the main topic for consideration 
by the Loyola Women this year. A religious 
organization for co-eds, Loyola Women meets 
once a week and has sponsored such projects as 
lectures and a poll among Loyola students to 
determine their attitude toward womanliness 
and the position of women today in the home, 
the Church, and the professions. Several mem- 
bers of the group, whose moderator is Fr. Dil- 
lon, attended a week-end training school for 
Catholic leaders and participated in a closed re- 
treat during Holy Week at Gonzaga Hall. By 
such activities, the members of Loyola Women 
hope to encourage a spirit of charity through 
awareness both in the group itself and on cam- 
pus in general. 




Phyllis Krzyzek, Mary Lolly, Group leader; Jill Dwyer. 



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Standing: Dr. Don Meyer, Leslie Epstein, George Waden, Tom 
Marin, Frank Kurka, Anthony Pecelunas, James Caile, Jerry Jakubco, 



Florian Pyreck. Seated: Jim Owen, Gail Loughery, Louise Wisniew- 
ski, Jacqueline McQuigg, Ted Lupinski, Bill Hibner. 



Marketing Club 



The Marketing Club has approximately 35 
members who gain from the activities of the 
collegiate chapter by becoming better acquaint- 
ed with careers in marketing through contacts 
at meetings, conferences, tours, or other pro- 
grams, by developing contacts of value in 
locating marketing positions on graduating and 
by contacting men and companies engaged in 
marketing work in order to see immediately the 
application of classroom work. 

The Marketing Club aims at encouraging 
students to choose a career in the field of 
marketing, at stimulating interest and en- 
couraging scholarship of students presently in 
the marketing curriculum and at encouraging 
marketing students to grow professionally by 
progressing from collegiate chapter membership 
to full, regular membership in the professional 
organization of their choice. 




Standing: Gary E. Kapke.. Treasurer. Seated: Margaret Kretz, Sec- 
retary; Frank A. Kurka, President. 



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Math Club 



The Mathematics Club, established in 1951 
and currently moderated by Mr. Bernard Petosa, 
is an organization designed to encourage and 
develop an interest in mathematics and its many 
applications. The club offers lectures in 
IBM computer programming, mathematically 
oriented topics, and applications of mathematics 
in business. Membership is open to mathematics 
majors and anyone else who has successfully 
completed Calculus II and is currently complet- 
ing at least one additional course in mathe- 
matics. 

The Mathematics Club is recognized for its 
student tutorial service. This service is free and 
offers the upper division students an opportunity 
to aid the underclassmen and acquaint them- 
selves with their problems. It helps familiarize 
the juniors and seniors with student teaching, its 
rewards and its responsibilities. 




Bill Bart, Vice-President; Bob Tarjan, President; Jean Adler, Sec- 
retary; Bernard Petosa, Moderator. 



Back row: Jeff Winklebleck, Dave Buchthal, Ed Trischmann, George 
Bravos. Middle row: Sue Kubiak, Charlene Bogaerts, Robert Lam- 
mert, Terrie Loda, Mary Kay Motto, Alice Ehemann, Bobbie Lenz, 



Mary Audy, Joe Osiki, Lucy Gabriel, Dennis Celeschi, Hermann 
Faubl. Seated: Frank Tworek, Mr. Bernard Petosa, Bill Bart, Bob 
Tarjan, Jean Adler, Marion Grothus, Mary C Dwyer. 




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Modern Language Club 



Emile Zola, "La Suite Beige", "St. Joan of 
Arc," "Ansco," and Dr. Frederick Ritter reading 
German poetry — all at L.U. through the efforts 
of the Modern Language Club. This organiza- 
tion, in close cooperation with the Modern 
Language Department, is trying to stimulate an 
interest in foreign countries, peoples, customs, 
and languages. Many of the students who at- 
tended their language movies, lectures, inter- 
national dinners, interest days, and field trips 
will attest to the fact that the MLC is attaining 
its goal. 



Officers: Janine Konauka, Treasurer; Mary 
Alice Brunod, President; Theresa Leptich, Sec- 
tary. 



Standing: Gloria Sabbatiello, LaVerne Jones, Lee D. Brady, Phyllis Krzyzek, Edward Na- 
levanko, Ann Marie Bilek, Joan Sorich. Seated: Pamela Rehm, Theresa Leptich, Mary 
Alice Brunod, Janine Konauka, Susan Schager. 




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Monogram Club 

The Monogram Club of Loyola University, 
founded in the 1 920's, promotes esprit de corps 

among the athletes. Proceeds from the Mono- 
gram Club's mixer, held near the close of last 
year's school term, helped pay for the construc- 
tion of the new trophy case in the second floor 
lobby of Alumni Gymnasium. 

This past year the Monogram Club was not 
an active organization and no officers were 
elected. At the annual Communion Breakfast 
for all members, held on the last Sunday of May, 
the group elects next year's officers and awards 
Monogram Club pins to graduating seniors who 
have won a major letter in any of the major 
sports. 

A word about the Alumni Monogram Club, 
one of the strongest organizations in the Uni- 
versity. A major project is the sponsoring of the 
annual basketball banquet at the end of the 
season. 




Dan Connaughron, Ron Koehler, Dave Musich. 




Bob Brown, Jim Coleman, Dan Connoughton, Dennis McKenna, 
Paul Akers, Al Saalfeld. 



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Physics Club 



Shades of Fermi and Newton haunt the 
room as sixty Loyola undergrads concentrate 
on a lecture about theoretic physics; but, won- 
der of wonders, this isn't a class. Those intent 
faces belong mostly to physics majors, but here 
and there a language scholar or pre-med or 
poli-sci frowns in an effort to grasp the ma- 
terial. This is Loyola's Physics Club, a group 
which is trying to offer its members more than 
they would cover in the normal university 
course. The Club also attempts to acquaint 
the members with the opportunities open to 
them in graduate school and industry. 




Standing: John Baier, John Dykla, Charles Dietz, Richard Oehlberg, 
Joseph M. Osiki, Robert Lowell, Warren Busscher. Seated: Robert 
Gay, President; Gail Butler, Vice-president. 



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Political Science 
Society 



The Political Science Society immensely 
compliments the Political Science Department 
by moving the students from the abstract 
realm of the classroom to the concrete realm 
of action and discussion. 

The Society's members actively participate 
in local community groups and organizations. 
They work in voter registration and petition 
drives, in political and non-political campaigns, 
and in student and Department events. The 
Society also uses its talents of research and 
accumulated data to aid not only the individ- 
ual student but also local groups, organiza- 
tions, and independent voters. 





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Officers: Robert Tennyson, Treasurer; Dennis Urban, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Celeste Stachnik, Secretary; Theodore J. Just, President. 



Standing: Dennis Urban, Theodore Just, Joyce Haraldson, Virginia 
Stasica, Michael Krukones, Roger Rodman, Halyno Synenkyj, Paul 
Lojovic, Michael Williams, Carol Basch, Robert Tennsyson, Richard 
Collins. Seated: Celeste Stachnik, Susan Istok, Lois Warburton, 
Kathleen Bozic, Anne Moloney, William McDonald, Fred Werneth, 
Charles Goodnow, Richard Neri, William Murphy. 




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Standing: Leon Edwards, Maureen McCormick, Holyna Synenkyj, 
Jim Tracy, Mary O'Connell, Tom Davy. Seated: Joan Rapp, Jackie 



White, Tony Travis, Marylynn Budvaitis, Douglas Correia. 



Young 
Democrats 



The Young Democrats of Loyola spent this 
hectic election year working towards "the Great 
Society", and incidentally attempting to get 
LBJ and other party candidates into office. 
By October 3 they were able to rack up a 2/1 
majority in a mock election at the YD-YR 
Dance. The next week they were battling for 
Yates and Perunski on campus, and on Oc- 
tober 30 the campaign reached a climax at 
the Johnson rally in the Chicago Stadium. The 
members, however, have not forgotten the past 
in their concern for this year's critical ballot- 
ing. They held a JFK Memorial Day at which 
Mr. Strattner of the History Department spoke 
on President Kennedy's role in history. 



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United 

World 

Federalists 

The United World Federalists was 

founded in 1947. The purposes of the 
organization, expressed in its motto, 
"World Peace through World Law," is 
to create a climate of opinion favorable 
to the institution of a world federal 
system. The Loyola chapter, now six 
years old, is one of four student chapters 
in the Chicago area and is one of the 
largest college chapters in the country. 




Standing: Rev. Gerard G. Grant, S.J., JoEllyn Tomsic. Seated: 
Joyce Liput, Anita E. Weisbrod, G. Marie Leaner. 



Young Republicans 



The strong conservative trend found in 
some areas of American political thought finds 
its experssion in university life at Loyola 
through the Young Republicans. The organi- 
zation was formed in 1959 with the basic ob- 



jectives of continuing the more conservative 
American social and legislative traditions and 
of forming student opinion to take a stand from 
which they may judge the activities of the pres- 
ent in relation to the lessons of the past. 




James Finn, Joseph Ruda, Kathi 
Blanks, Ross Riley. 



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Ned Poulionis, Arnold Jakal, Larry Lickus, Barry McCarthy, Clair 
Sipka, Dick McGlynn, Everett Jacobson, Joe Lamas, Rosemary 
Tiltges, Ron Cichon, Pete Waldron, John Pionke, Todd Nelson, 
Jim Grot, Rod Marco, Steve Molidor, Tom Riggs, Dr. Robert Walker, 
Joan Gilmour, Kathy Baumann. Romualda Deksnys, Joyce Tan- 




Jack Retterer, secretary; Steve Molidor, president; Jim Grot, vice- 
president. 



zillo, Pam Wolski, Gerrie Pacanowski, Mary Jane Crowe, Nic 
Cantagallo, Bob Erlenbaugh, Lee Heidersbach, John Olivieri, Diane 
Ivan, Liz Engert, Nora Scully, Betty Kutza, Ramune Jurkunas, Mary 
Beth Anthony, Lori Didzerkis, Peggy McNulty, Kathy Gerhardt. 



Psychology Club 

The Psychology Club of Loyola has become 
one of the largest Clubs on campus. This was 
accomplished by the joint effort of the Under- 
graduate Psych Clubs of L.T. and L.S.C. The 
primary aims of the club as proposed by Dr. 
Walker, the moderator of the Club, are the 
furthering of interest in Psychology, the intro- 
duction of new ideas in the various fields, and 
familiarization of the many areas in Psychol- 
ogy. In the past year the Undergraduate Club 
has also combined with Psi-Chi, the Graduate 
Psych Club. 

The Club persists in trying to bring psy- 
chology to the interested student, presenting 
meetings that deal with Experimental, Social, 
Clinical, and General Psychology. The Psych 
Undergraduate Club and Psi-Chi also co- 
sponsored a joint meeting where a well known 
name in Psychology was invited to speak. 



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Readers Circle 



The Readers Circle is the Oral Interpreta- 
tion Organization of the Speech and Drama 
Department of Loyola University. The purpose 
of the organization is to spread and promote 
the use of oral interpretation as a legitimate 
form of speech activity. To achieve the goal 
reading hours are presented monthly for in- 
terested student and faculty members as well 
as the general public. Two large productions 
are presented yearly under the direction of 
the moderator, Miss Catherine M. Geary. 

Each year Readers' Circle sponsors the 
Readers' Rally, an oral interpretation work- 
shop on the high school level open to Chicago 
area schools. Many tournaments are entered 
and the members socialize in theatre parties. 




Standing: Bill Rapp, Vice-President; Jo Ellyn Tomsic, Secretary. 
Seated: Miss Geary, Moderator; Anne Carlo, President; Donna 
Printen, Treasurer. 



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Foreign Students Association 




Back row: Antione Augustin, Shelia Yu, Dr. Marcel Fredericks, 
Hamaal Khazan, Terrence McGovern, James Conneely. Front row: 
Dome Garen, Patricia Crane, Shirley Saldanka, Malik Parkash, 
Janet Gallagher, Michiko Sakamoto. 



The Loyola Foreign Students Association 

was founded to help foreign students become 
better acquainted with America and to help 
them aljust to American academic life. Al- 
though membership was originally open only 
to foreign students, Americans can now join. 
Monthly parties are held in American 
homes to help students understand American 
family life. Activities also include an annual 
Christmas party and international dinners, 
travel films, lectures, and debates with the 
Junior Chamber of Commerce. 




Dr. Marcel Fredericks, Moderator; Malik Parkash, President; Ka- 
maal Khazan, Board Member. 



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Ski Club 



John Tosto, Don Anronson, Dennis Slepic, Barbara Pleva, Jeff 
Winkleblech. 



The Loyola Ski Club is now completing its 
third year. Heralded by a swarth of flying 
bandages and second-hand splints, the Ski 
Club membership is increasing. With the 
growth in popularity as a recreational sport, 
the club is striving to find a more efficient 
means of bringing the opportunity of skiing 
to its members. The primary purpose of the 
Club is to bring together those in the Univer- 
sity interested in the sport of skiing, and to 
provide them with an atmosphere conducive 
to the proper appreciation of the sport. Among 
the various activities of the club this year were 
a ski trip to Aspen, Colorado, a ski raffle, and 
monthly ski movies. 



Members of the Ski Club. 




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St. Apollonia Guild 



Established at Loyola in 1941, the St. Ap- 
pollonia Guild aims to promote spiritual pro- 
gress, professional achievement, and moral and 
professional integrity among its members. It 
sponsors an interest day for high school students, 
and includes many social activities for its mem- 
bers. 

The Guild represents the high ideals and 
traditions of the dental profession, and it num- 
bers various chapters throughout the nation. 




Back row: Robert Kane, Ted Brasky, Paul Del Carlo, Daniel Bruz- 
zini, Terrence Danek, Richard Shukes, James Kwasek, Thomas 
Hagedorn, George LeMire, Arnold Morof, Dennis Lind, Stanley 



Dennis Domark, President; Ralph Del Monico, Vice-President; Joseph 
Ladone, Treasurer. 



Matusik, Timothy Chatton. Seated: Robert Mueller, Raymond 
Dunn, Ralph Del Monico, Dennis Domark, Joseph Ladone. 




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Back row: Harold Heller, Don Perkins, Gerald O'Malley, Ed Lortie. 
Third row: Jim Finan, William Westerowsky, Bill Sherry, Ron Hu- 
brich, Paul Hitzelberger, Art Heyden, Rich Mandell, Art Gheysen. 
Second row: John Bergmann, Pat Laird, Dave Leach, Dick Parlcinson, 



Bill Schmidt, Philip Nalepa, Carl Impastato, Ken Holmes, Al O'Con- 
nor, James Kane, Thomas Heinis. First row: Jerry Wiland, Pat 
Carey, Peter Mangione, J. U. McCullough, Joseph Dlugosz, Michael 
Frisby, Anthony Scala. 




Bade row: Tom Heinis, Public Relation; Art Heyden, Membership; 
Pat Carey, Corresponding Secretary; Jerry Wiland, Recording Sec- 
retary; James Finan, Program. Front row: Peter Mangione, Vice- 
president; J. U. McCullough, Moderator; Joe Dlugosz, President; 
Mike Frisby, Treasurer. 



Society 
For the 

Advancement of 
Management 



Specializing in furthering the under- 
standing of management and manage- 
ment personnel among its members, 
Loyola's branch of the Society for the 
Advancement of Management has ac- 
complished much as an organization 
and an activity. 

Representing both the day school 
and the University College, SAM spon- 
sors a variety of speakers, films, ban- 
quets, and field trips. One of the lead- 
ing chapters in the country, SAM has 
been most prominent on campus. 



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Student National 
Education Association 



In October, 1963 the Student- National Edu- 
cational Association founded a chapter at 
Loyola. Through monthly meetings ranging from 
guest speakers to field trips, films and panel dis- 
cussions, it aims at the same goals as the Nation- 
al Educational Association. 

The SNEA is an independent, voluntary, non- 
governmental organization of those who are en- 
gaged in educational work. Founded in 1857, 
it has been the most representative voice of the 
teaching profession in America and aims "to 



elevate the character and advance the interests 
of teaching, and to promote the cause of educa- 
tion in the United States." 

The Student National Educational Associa- 
tion seeks constantly to improve the quality of 
the services of the profession its members are 
about to enter. Topics such as quality teaching, 
full-day teaching, adequate facilities, health 
and safety, wholesome recreation, and system- 
atic guidance are the topics SNEA discusses. 




Back row: Carol Knes, Arlene Dovichi, Jeannine Hucklenbroich, 
Mary Ann O'Hara, Wendy Grubb, Dorothy Trop. Front row: Barbara 
Buren, Treasurer; Nancy Gracyk, Secretary; Dr. Irene Lang, Modera- 
tor; Jacqueline White, President; Bernie Javor, Vice-president. 



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A variety of goals provide the guidelines 
for the activities of the Student American Den- 
tal Association. Future dentists are acquainted 
with the purposes and ideals of the dental pro- 
fession and are given opportunities to gain ex- 
perience in writing, public speaking, and in 
the preparation of table clinics. Research is 
promoted through an annual Clinic Day when 
students display original projects in dentistry. 
The association also sponsors an honors ban- 
quet to conclude the year with the presenta- 
tion of academic and clinical awards to out- 
standing students. 

The governing body of the association is 
composed of four representatives from each 
class. All students in dentistry are eligible for 
membership in the organization, currently end- 
ing its fifteenth year of service to the university. 



Standing: Herbert Stanton, Arnold Morof, Dick Van Verst, Llewellyn 
Jones. Seated: Charles Judge, Dr. Walter Becker, Moderator. 





Officers: Charles Judge, President; Herbert Stanton, Vice-President; 
Dick Van Verst, Secretary; Llewellyn Jones, Program Chairman. 




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Officers: Jack Segal, President John Albright, Secretary; Stephen 
Morse, Treasurer, William Schmitz, Vice-President. 



Student A.M.A. 



The Student American Medical Association 
of Loyola, founded in 1950 and patterned after 
the American Medical Association, fulfills a 
four-fold purpose: advancing the medical pro- 
fession, familiarizing students with the ethics 
and ideals of medicine, contributing to the 
education and welfare of medical students, 
and preparing students to meet the obligations 
of the medical profession. 

The principal means of fulfilling these ob- 
jectives is through monthly meetings where 
medical information is dispensed, problems 
are presented, and general discussions are held 
concerning various aspects of the practice of 
medicine. The meetings are generally high- 
lighted by guest speakers and informative mo- 
tion pictures. 



Standing: John Angel, Ken Judy, Stephen Morse, John Albright, 
Lawrence Holley, John Fournier, Paul Schell. Seared: William 
Schmitz, Jack Segal. 




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Members: Standing: 
Sheehan, John Burnet 
Ross, Dan Kamykowsk 
Smoron, Al Czarnecki 
Leonardi, Judy Krivis, 



United 

Independents 
of Loyola 

In October, 1964, after a two-year pro- 
bationary period the United Independents of 

Loyola were officially recognized. Numbering 
about 40 members, the group promotes social 
and service activities for independents. 

In the social area the UIL entered the Ugly 
Man Contest, won the Pow-Wow Week cheer 



Clarence Clark, Con Spirrison, Bob Sykora, Gene Lubin, Dennis 
f, Ray Kristopaitis, Jerry Osuch, Mike McClure, Jerry Weiss, Jack 
, Ed Kamykowski, Rich Brinkmann, Father R. Fox, S.J. Seated: Noel 
Kitty Bozic, Bev Tough, Jinny Svoboda, Agnes Luby, Mary Ann 
Catherine Montalbano, Terri Prunskis, Bob Abene. 

contest, entered the snow sculptoring, promoted 
a Miss Loyola contestant, and ran a successful 
Miss X Mystery Mixer. In service activities the 
group Christmas caroled and ran a dinner for 
the old people of St. Carthage Parish along with 
the Little Brothers of the Poor. 

In the Variety Show the UIL group presented 
"Snow White and the Six Dwarfs". Large bene- 
fits have come to the members through sharing 
in common projects and through exchange of 
ideas. 



Executive Board: Standing: Al Czarnecki, Social Service Chairman, Kitty Bozic, Vice- 
President, Con Spirrison, Social Activities Chairman. Seated: Mary Ann Leonardi, Treasurer, 
Bob Abene, President, Dennis Sheehan, Executive Secretary, Dan Kamykowski, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Father R. Fox, S.J., Moderator. 




Women's Rifle Team 



Designed to acquaint women with 
firearms and their proper use, the Wo- 
men's Rifle Team strives to improve the 
shooting skill of its members. 

Competition with other coed teams 
proves the value of their training and 
dispels the notion of the fraility of 
women. Success is achieved by combin- 
ing social activities and shooting 
matches in an equal proportion. 




Linda Kobel, Rosemary Saems. 



Mary Therese Marriott, Rosemary Saems, Linda Kobel, Marion 
Grothus. 




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Standing: Mary Ann Bandala, Treasurer; Cathy Talano, Secretary. 
Seated: Kathie Bender, President; John W. Hudson, Moderator; 
John Ruffolo, Vice-President. 



Wasmann 
Biological Society 



To foster the study of science in general 
and of the biological sciences in particular is 
the main objective of the Wasmann Biological 
Society. The largest active academic organi- 
zation on campus holds bi-monthly meetings, 
featuring speakers and films dealing with var- 
ious aspects of biology. Wasmann also pub- 
lishes its own newsletter, the Probe, pro- 
vides tutoring for freshman zoology students, 
and conducts discussion groups for students 
interested in more specific phases of biology. 
Sponsoring a Pre-med and Pre-dent Parents' 
Day was one of Wasmann's main projects this 
year. The group's social activities include field 
trips, a traditional Christmas party, and par- 
ticipation in various University activities. 




Mike McClure, Pete Kozak, James De John, Steve Graham, Murray 
Unger, Donna Dempsey, John Slattery, Cathy Talano, Kathie Ben- 
der, Agnes Lupi, Cathy Montalbano, Nina Fitch, Mary Ann Bandala, 



Barbara Tansey, Lee Nicholson, Donna Gierach, Pat Merwick, 
James Fuller, Dorothy Turek, John Ruffolo, Mr. Hudson. 



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Mike Close, Dan Chamberlain, Steve Cutler, John Klapp, Terry 
Banich, Paul Wcislo, Paul Vakselis, Connie Corso, Judy Stoops, 



Lynn Dieter, Stephennie Stopak, Rosemary McHugh, Joe Ruda, 
Anne Gorzelnik, Kathy Cheney, Eve McGrath. 




'Ho! Ho! Dr. Hudson thinks we're 
studying Biology," seems to be what 
Mary Ann Bandala is telling Lee 
Nicholson, but Santa knows better. 




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Cadence 



Cadence in Loyola Thought is the quarterly liter- 
ary magazine entirely written, staffed, and edited by 
students of the various colleges and schools of Loyola 
University. While providing staff members with in- 
valuable journalistic, business, technical, and liter- 
ary experience, Cadence offers all Loyola students 
an outlet and stimulus for creative literary expression 
and appreciation. 

The editors and staff of Cadence, with the as- 
sistance of Miss Rita C. Clarkson, perform a wide 
range of activities including collecting, selecting and 
arranging material, proofreading copy, laying out 
galleys and handling publicity and distribution with- 
in the University and throughout the United States. 
Moreover, Cadence, in cooperation with the Depart- 
ment of English at Loyola and the Catholic Poetry 
Society of America, serves as sponsor of the annual 
Loyola Poetry Contest. 





Robert Goecoechea and Yvonne Amor plan lay-outs and 
proofread. 



Miss Rita C. Clarkson, Moderator, with co-editors Benedict Amar 
and Michael Leahy. 



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Staff of Cadence: Saul Leibowitz, Benedict Amar, Miss Rita C. Clorkson, Moderator; 
Michael Leahy, Yvonne Amar, Robert Goecoechea, Margaret Patterson, Katharine Dvorak. 




Margaret Patterson and Michael Leahy check copy typed 
by Saul Leibowitz. 




Benedict Amar, Katharine Dvorak and Paul Maes create interesting 
lay-outs for Cadence. 



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EDWARD BOUGH and GEORGE SULLIVAN 
Co-ed ifors-in -Chief 



The 1965 

Loyola 

News 




DAVID FISHMAN 
Associate Editor 



JEANNE LAMMERT, LSC News Editor, and 
ROBERT FLETCHER, News Editor 



FRANK JOEBGEN, Photographic Editor, MARY CARROLL, Copy Editor, 
and JOHN CAROBUS II, Cartoonist 





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As the University's only widely circulated 
student journal, the Loyola NEWS is charged 
with a two-fold responsibility: it must confront 
the student body with pertinent events and issues 
on and off campus, and it must offer the student 
every opportunity and encouragement to ex- 
press his own ideas on its pages. 

Though the NEWS is subject to prior censor- 
ship by the University Administration, it is 
published entirely at student initiative. The 



letters columns of the NEWS are open to any 
student, and the editors try to be receptive to 
all suggestions. 

Throughout the year the NEWS has main- 
tained an editorial voice independent of the stu- 
dent government or of any particular interest 
group. While it has occasionally clashed with 
the view of student and administration alike, 
the NEWS has managed to provide a sounding 
board for student opinions. 




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Managing Editor 



PAUL BARRETT 
Features Editor 



JO SPITZER and MARY GERAGHTY 
LT News Editors 




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Lucky Cleraine Uguccioni is surrounded by NEWS columnists Dick McGlynn, Paul Barrett, 
Dennis Dinger and Chuck Jenkins. 



'Who organized this filing system?" ask Friar Victor Abegg, O.F.M. Conv. 
and Frank Benak. 



NEWS photographers give a negative vote to their latest 
efforts — Paul Govekar, Frank Joebgen and Bill Kamai. 




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The "hurtin' " sports staff: Bob O'Connor, Ed Hunt (editor, 2nd semester), Fred Lobo, and 
Paul Palys (editor, 1st semester). 



The Double Entente rides again — Detlev Von Pritschyns and Nick Emanuele 
engage in a bit of collaboration. 





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GEORGE BRAVOS and 

EDWARD TRISCHMANN 

Co-editors-in-Chief 



FRANK BENAK 
Photographic Editor 





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Scheduling Editor 




A year-long task, the creation of the 
LOYOLAN involves the labor and talents of 
its small but dedicated staff from mid-sum- 
mer, when the theme of the book is decided 
upon, until April or May, when the final pic- 
tures and copy are sent out to the printers. In 
the interim, photographers, copy-writers and 
various other staff members work independent- 
ly within their own realms, with their efforts 
being coordinated by the editors to form the 
final product. 




KATHLEEN BOWERS 
Graduate Editor 



CAROL FOY 
Copy Editor 




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BONNIE O'SHEA 
Identifications Editor 



PAT NOCEK 
Index Editor 



NANCY MULLENIX 
Our Girl in Rome 



BOB BERRY 
Sports Editor 




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JOHN FITZGERALD 
Layout Editor 




Elizabeth Brinkmann, typist. 




Frank Joebgen, photographer. 



Sharon Pendleton, Linda Mason, Barbara Dick- 
elman, typists. 




383 



Drill Team 




Lost row: James Gutsell. Fifth row: Guy Schnabel, John Jendro, 
Ronald Rokosz, Robert Golden. Fourth row: Robert Anderson, John 
Karubas, Bernard Whitely, Charles Barry. Third row: Richard Stuebe, 
Gary Ellison, Kenneth Olejnik, Charles Conrad. Second row: Willard 
Stovall, Anthony Mellens, Roger Grabowski, Walter Gutowski. 
First row: Richard Obartuch, Brian Debs, George Anderson, James 
Brophy. Standing in Front: Robert Palkoner, Commander. 



Rifle Team 



Bock row: Anthony Scala, Team Captain; Robert Ross, Richard 
Prendergast, Daniel Hopfner, Joseph Melvin, Alfred Piskorski, John 
Arends. Front row: Richard Slade, Philip May, Ronald Tate, Oliver 
Gaddini, John Scheer. 




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Officers: Gus Athas, Associative Editor; Frank 
Butler, Editor-in-Chief; Tom Crisham, Associ- 
ative Editor; Lawrence Stanner, Associative 
Editor. 



Recent Decisions 

"Recent Decisions", the official 
monthly publication of the Illinois State 
Bar Association, is published as part of 
the Illinois Bar Journal. It is written and 
edited entirely by Law School students. 
With a circulation in excess of 13,000 
composed primarily of practicing at- 
torneys, "R.D." presents commentaries 
on recent Illinois and Federal cases of 
unusual significance. The purpose is to 
acquaint the practitioner with new 
developments in the Law, as well as to 
alert him to their particular importance. 
Since the analysis presented is often 
employed as a research tool after the 
date of publication, "R.D." may be 
properly considered as the barometer 
by which the legal acumen of Loyola 
Law students is measured. 



Standing: Leon Conlon, William Barth, Edmond Gronkiewicz. Second row: Vincent Getzen- 
danner, Marvin Kruger, Susan O'Meara, Roger Ki ley, Michael Connelly. First row: Frank 
Butler, Gus Athas, Tom Crisham, Lawrence Stanner, Ronald Smith, Suzanne Dawson, 
Michael Ford. 




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GEORGE IRELAND 

Director of Athletics and 

Head Basketball Coach 




Athletic Coaches 



JERRY WEILAND 
Track and Cross-Country Coach 



Notre Dame's All-American, George Ire- 
land, trained his fourteenth Loyola team this 
year. Our nationally known basketball coach 
has also doubled as the University's Athletic 
Director for the past six years. 

Jerry Lyne gives his former coach an assist 
with the varsity. This year the former Rambler 
has come up with a freshman team that really 
looks good. 

Jerry Weiland's track squad produced 
several record breaking performances in '65. 
Weiland has trained Loyola sprinters for 15 
years and was a great runner himself. 



Counsel for Loyola's Bowling Team during 
the last 14 years was attorney Charles Green- 
stein. Mr. Greenstein also found time to 
establish the Midwest Intercollegiate Bowling 
Conference. 

As assistant pro at Edgewater Golf Club, 
John Stevens skillfully coaches Loyola's tiny turf 
team. Stevens has caddied Loyola through seven 
successful seasons. 

Jerry Hahn made his LU Debut as assistant 
track coach and cross country coach this year. 
He is a DePaul graduate and has trained army 
and high school squads. 



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RALPH ERICKSON 
Swimming and Waterpolo Coach 



JERRY LYNE 
Assistant- Basketball Coach 




DENNIS McKENNA 
Trainer 




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Basketball 



With the graduation of four of the starting 
five Ramblers last year, Coach Ireland knew 
that he would be faced with a rebuilding year. 
With returning veteran Jim Coleman and Ed 
Manzke as co-captains, the Ramblers faced a 
25 game schedule that would provide worthy 
competition. 

The season opened with the Ramblers de- 
feating the men from Southwest Missouri by 
a score of 87 to 83. This narrow victory showed 
that more improvement would be needed if the 
team expected to turn in a season like the 
previous year. However, the spirit soon returned 
to Alumni Gym as Coleman scored 23 points 
three nights later to defeat Western Ontario 1 06 
to 35. Things began to look bright. 

Then the Ramblers took to the road and 
encountered a big and fast team from Kansas 
State. Loyola just couldn't get warmed up, and 
suffered its first loss by a ten point score of 77 



Getting a rebound is almost as important as getting a basket, so 
both Frank and Willie give their best. 



Frank Perez gets off another shot to contribute two more points 
to Loyola's victory over Western Michigan. 



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to 67. Two days later another powerful Kansas 
University squad took advantage of the 
Rambler's lack of height and downed them 80 
to 60. 

Spirits weren't dampened for long, though, 
for the Ramblers returned home to drown Middle 
Tennessee State 117 to 85. Loyola far out- 
classed its opponents, and reached the high 
score for the season at the same time. Yet in 
contrast, the Ramblers were practically upset 
by North Dakota State, and the game ran right 
down the wire until we pulled out an 84 to 83 
win. Another victory was achieved when North 
Dakota University couldn't match the speed of 
the Ramblers, and fell as easy prey 73 to 57. 

Highly ranked Minnesota was next on the 
schedule, and as expected, their power was too 
much for the young Rambler squad as they com- 
piled a 89 to 73 victory. But the Ramblers again 
proved that a loss did not break the spirit as 
they downed their greatest rival, Marquette, by 
a score of 83 to 71 . 




Harry Laurie lays the ball up against the Middle Tennessee defender 
to score a basket. 




Standing: Margaret Howe, Candy Oliver, Trish 
Reynolds. Kneeling: Cindy Krol, Elaine Culen, 
Bunny Lyons. 



Tom Markey gets off a good jump shot. 




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Basketball 



Harry Laurie does a perfect time behind the head lay up for another bucket. 



Harry Laurie beats the opposing Middle Tennessee State to the 
basket to score. 



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Captain Jim Coleman leads a fast break 
against Western Michigan. 




Up Jim goes for a shot. 



Another tough annua! opponent fell when 
the Ramblers claimed victory over Western 
Michigan by an 87 to 79 defeat. 

One of the major defeats of the year was 
suffered at the hands of the highly acclaimed 
St. Louis team as the final tally on the score- 
board read 90 to 57. And then to add to the 
gloom, the season's second game with Mar- 
quette saw the Ramblers lose this time in over- 
time by a point margin of 71 to 64. 



The next week the Ramblers again split 
their two games, destroying the team from the 
University of Windsor by a 1 09 to 80 defeat, and 
then losing a couple of days later 98 to 90 to 
the tough competitors from Marshall. But the 
high point of the season appeared when Billy 
Smith played in the Wichita game, and scored 
38 points to give Loyola a 93 to 92 overtime 
victory. 

The Ramblers put in a spirited effort the 




Tom Markey shows that Loyola can play defense by blocking the shot of the Middle Tennessee man. 



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Bill Smith tips the ball in while teammate Frank Perez watches. 



Frank goes high into the sky to get the sphere. 




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WON 1 1 — LOST 1 4 
LOYOLA OPPONENT 

92 Southwest Missouri State 83 

106 Western Ontario 35 

67 . . Kansas State 77 

60 Kansas U 80 

117 Middle Tennessee 85 

84 North Dakota State 83 

73 North Dakota U 57 

73 Minnesota 89 

83 Marquette 71 

87 Western Michigan .... 79 

57 . St. Louis U 90 

69 Marquette 71 

109 U. of Windsor . . . . 80 

98 Marshall U 90 

93 Wichita 92 

72 UCLA 85 

87 St. John's 92 

82 Indiana 109 

74 Miami of Ohio 79 

76 Detroit 78 

77 Wichita 80 

94 Western Michigan 81 

72 ... Dayton 83 

76 Ohio U 84 

82 Bowling Green 88 



Two Western Michigan men attempt to block the shot 
of Bill Daly. 



Jim Coleman takes one 
from thirty feet out. 



of his beautiful jump shots 





Perez leads the way to the hoop. 



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next night, but tumbled to the current NCAA 
champions, UCLA, by 85 to 72. And as if this 
were not enough, St. John's came from a seven 
point deficit to beat Loyola 92 to 87 in the 
first loss on the home courts in the past several 
years. 

Indiana was the next foe, and again size 
was the major drawback to the Rambler team 
as they were overcome 1 09 to 82. 

The squad tried to get back on its feet after 
this loss, but couldn't seem to catch Miami of 
Ohio as they lost 79 to 74. And even more frus- 
trating was the two point defeat at the hands of 
Detroit, with the final score reading 78 to 76. 

After this came the second game with the 
Wheatshockers of Wichita. But the Ramblers 
were playing on their court, and Wichita 
avenged the earlier loss by an 80 to 77 defeat. 
Yet in spite of this, Loyola proved it still knew 



how to win by downing Western Michigan for 
the second time by 94 to 81. 

However, the bad luck once again rose up 
as the Ramblers faced the last three opponents 
of the year. Dayton proved to be more than the 
Ramblers could handle as Dayton handed them 
an 83 to 72 loss. Ohio showed it was the master 
of the courts as the Loyola team was again sub- 
dued 84 to 76. The last game of the season was 
a desperate attempt to end on a happy note, 
but fatigue was the victor as Bowling Green 
handed the Ramblers their last defeat of 88 
to 82. 

But as was known, this was the building 
year. The Ramblers played hard all year and 
have learned much. With the majority of the 
starters returning, and with additions from the 
powerful freshman squad, the Ramblers are al- 
ready looking forward to next year's contests. 



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Bill Smith goes high to lay the ball into the basket. 



Bill Smith started late, but once he started he became invaluable. 




Standing: Arnie Ginsburg, Cletus Edmonds, Tom Markey, Frank 
Perez, Russ Coleman, and Bill Keenan. Kneeling: Dan Connaugh- 



ton, Eddie Manzke, Co-captain; Jim Coleman, Co-captain; Harry 
Laurie and Leslie Scott. 



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Standing: Coach Jerry Lyne, Corky Bell, Bob Rath, Denny Patter- 
son, Gene Cafferty, Jim Tillman, Roy Dolgos. Kneeling: Doug 
Wardlaw, Mike Hogan, Stan Wolenczuk, Bob Calihan, Alan Miller. 



Freshman 
Basketball 



There is much that can be expected of the 
freshman Ramblers. The team possessed height 
and speed this season, and promise to be a 
valuable addition to the varsity ranks. Losing 
only one game all season to the A.A.U. Jamaco 
team, the little Ramblers displayed great power 
and rebound ability. A great future awaits the 
men of this squad. 



Roy Dolgos uses an underhand layup to score. 




Alan Miller stretches to keep the ball out of reach of Wheaton. 



398 




Cross-Country 

Loyola's Cross Country team puts in many 
hours of hard work at Montrose Park. This year 
under a new coach, the young squad had a 
successful season. Coach Hahn's hurriers lost 
their first meet to Northern Illinois University, 
but this meet took place after Loyola had only 
practiced for a week. The long distance runners 
next met Eastern Illinois and Normal Illinois, 
whom the young squad beat. In both of these 
meets John Unger lead his six freshmen team- 
mates to the finish line. 

Loyola then came against Wayne State Uni- 
versity and Wheaton College. The totally fresh- 
men squad lost by a very close score. In this 
triangular, Bryan Kujawski lead the hurriers 
to the finish line. The team competed in one 
other meet, which was the Notre Dame Invi- 
tational. Here against some of the best college 
and university freshmen squads in the midwest 
Loyola placed second. From this meet alone it 
looks as if Loyola's Cross Country Team has a 
bright future. 



John Unger and Brian Kujawski await the firing of the gun to 
start another cross country race. 





Standing: Assistant coach Jerry Hahn, Mike Wallace, Brian Ku- 
jawski, Joe Cleary, Dave Williams, John Unger, Bob Brown, Coach 



Jerry Weiland. Kneeling: Ed Burton, Jim Johnson, Leon Munro, Jack 
Solbrig, Bob O'Conner, Tom Castronova. 



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Golf 



Fore Look out! A member of Loyola's 

Golf Team is blasting one straight toward the 
green and another sizzling victory. Since it won 
the Chicago Intercollegiate Tournament in '62 
this team hasn't cooled down. Bob Kane, Mike 
McGlynn, Gordon Dammann, Pete Stanfa, and 
Claude Sasso, under the guidance of Coach John 
Stevens, have been burning up the fairways at 
White Pines G. C. and downstate in competition 
with Western Illinois, Illinois State, U of I 
(Chicago), U of C, Roosevelt, Bradley, Mar- 
quette, and Knox. 



Standing: Gordon Dammon, Pete Stanfa. Kneeling: Ralph 
Bauden, Claude Sasso. 



Gordon Damman, Team Captain. 




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Coach Greenstein and Captain Frank Lawler discuss proper bowling 
ball grips. 



Bowling 



This year Coach Chuck Greenstein, who has 
coached the Rambler bowling team to five Mid- 
west Inter - Collegiate Bowling Conference 
championships since the beginning of his coach- 
ing career at Loyola in 1950, has had an able 
starting squad despite the loss of three of last 
year's five man team. Playing in conference 
games which included Notre Dame, De Paul, 
St. Joseph, and LIT., the Ramblers won 26 of 
their 40 games, and accumulated a total of 57 
of a possible 88 points to rank first in the con- 
ference. 

With only two men graduating this year, 
Coach Greenstein looks forward to another good 
campaign next year, and another chance to 
give the MIBC traveling trophy a resting place 
for another year at Loyola. 



Top: Ron Baran, Wally Thiel, Coach Chuck Greenstein, Bob Lam- 
mert. Bottom: Marcel Crabbe, Bill Todd, Phil Takacs, Captain 
Frank Lawler. 




Swimming 



Loyola's new swim coach, Mr. Ralph 
Erickson, matched his team against 
such mighty opponents as North- 
western and Notre Dame this year. His 
men trained harder, swam better, and 
broke more varsity records than any in 
the University's history. Captain Ron 
Koehler ably led the Aqua-Ramblers, as 
he repeatedly smashed pool and varsity 
records. Freestylers Dave Musich, John 
Fegan, and Heinz Brauner all per- 
formed well. Paul Akers and Al Saal- 
feld, the butterfly swimmers, swam 
some fine races. Freshmen Bob Straub 
and Rich Harper excelled in the breast- 
stroke events while Bill Harrah and 
John Couper battled for backstroke 
honors. 




Ron Koehler, Loyola's number one swimmer, prepares for another 
big race. 



Diver Les Toylor executes a perfect reverse dive as seen here in 
the layout position. 




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Two Loyola swimmers practice starts. 





Dave Musich, Heinz Brauner, Ron 
Koehler and John Fegan compose Loy- 
ola's record setting relay team. 



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Back row: Coach Ralph Erickson, Heinz Brauner, 
John Fegan, Jeff Winklebleck, Bill Harrah, Cap- 
tain Ron Koehler, Manager Bill Grohar. Middle 
row: Dave Musich, John Couper, Rich Harper, Al 
Saalfeld, Phil Lynch. Front row: Ron Lucas, Glenn 
Nomura, Bob Sfraub, Paul Akers. 



Loyola's waterpolo team is on the 
defensive in the intersquad practice 
game. 




A Loyola waterpolo player practices a pass 
against a teammate. 



Back row: Rich Harper, Dave Musich, John 
Fegan, Heinz Brauner, Bob Straub, Ron 
Lucas, Glenn Nomura. Front row: John 
Couper, Al Saalfeld, Bill Harrah, Jeff 
Winklebleck, Phil Lynch, Paul Akers, Ron 
Koehler. 






Water Polo 

Water polo came to Loyola as a full-fledged 
activity only this year, with the appointment of 
Mr. Ralph Erickson as swimming coach. Mr. 
Erickson organized daily polo practices for his 
swimmers as pre-season and post-season train- 
ing and to maintain interest in swimming year 
round. The plan was successful: the team 
practiced and twice defeated Northwestern be- 
fore the start of actual competition. 

Led by polo captain Paul Akers, the team 
is probably one of the top ten teams in the 
nation. Forwards Ron Koehler, Heinz Brauner, 
and Dave Musich contribute much color to the 
offense while guards Al Saalfeld and John Fegan 
assist goalie Bob Straub on defense and initiate 
Loyola's deliberate, well-organized offense. 
Next year promises a more complete schedule 
for the entertainment of Loyola's many new 
water polo fans. 



405 





Al Rimas beats teammate Leroy Fry to the tape to win 
the quarter mile at the University of Chicago Track Meet. 



Leon Munro passes the stick to Joe Cleary as Loyola's 
freshmen two mile relay team runs toward a new Uni- 
versity of Chicago fieldhouse record. 




Bob Brown, Jerry Drozd, Bob O'Connor, and George Crosby comprise 
Loyola's record-setting mile relay team. 



406 




Mike Wallace anchors the two mile relay team to its fifth victory of 
the season. 



Track 



Even after the graduation of Tom O'- 
Hara, Loyola's track team runs on. Coach 
Jerry Weiland trained one of his biggest 
and best squads this year, and only two of 
the men, Jerry Drozd and Jack O'Neill, 
are seniors. The team began the season 
with several very impressive indoor sprints 
at U. of C. George Bird, Bob O'Connor, 
Leon Munro, and John Unger revealed 
some of the talent that made this year's 
track team a really competitive opponent 
and will make next year's the team to beat 
in collegiate events. 



Jack Seidler wins the sixty yard low hurdles. 




407 





Ed Hunt wins the quarter mile by thirty yards. 



Tom Guadagno wins the fifty yard dash by a fraction 
of an inch. 




Four of the best half milers Loyola has ever had: Stand- 
ing: Mike Wallace and Leon Munro. Kneeling: Ed Burton 
and George Bird. 




Jack Webster, Jack Siedler, Tom Bremner, and Chuck Stumpf give 
Loyola a great source of depth in the hurdle races. 



408 





'zSLT .,!■ ■ 



Tom Bremner cleors the last hurdle 
and heads for the finish tape. 




Back row: Bob Berry, Manager; Chuck Stumpf, Al Rimas, Frank Madda, Sumers McCormick, 
Jim Johnson, Richard Bell, Ed Hunt. Second row: Jack Webster, LeRoy Fry, George Witte- 
man, Tom Guadagno, Bob Brown, Ed Burton, Pat Brannigan. Third row: Jerry Drozd, Jack 
Solbrig, Chuck Silvosky, Jack Seidler, Leon Munro, Joe Cleary, George Bird. Front row: 
Jerry Weiland, Coach; Jack O'Neill, Bob O'Connor, George Crosby, Tom Bremner, Dennis 
Kane, Mike Wallace, Gerry Hahn, Asst. Coach. 



409 




Bill Brockett prepares to throw a long pass as the defense rushes him. 




The Woodbine Twiners lead the independent basketball league and they are 
Standing: Tim Miller, John Burnett, Gary Holman, Don Kelly. Kneeling: Ted 
Smith, Samuel Weeks, Ather Williams Jr., Captain. 



410 



Men's 
Intramurals 



The Loyola Intramural Program 

must be considered one of the most im- 
portant student activities. The 1964- 
1965 Program has contributed greatly 
to this recognition under the direction 
of Michael Pope. The program has been 
characterized by increased popularity, 
competition, and support. This system 
has really become an integral part of 
Loyola life. 

Besides the three full time major 
sports of football, basketball, and soft- 
ball, the Intramural Board has imple- 
mented individual contests, such as a 
free throw contest and a track meet. 
This is a further indication of the pro- 
gram's avowed purpose to make facili- 
ties available for every student who 
wishes to participate in athletics. This 
year's activity of the participation of 
25 footfall teams and 34 basketball 
teams demonstrates the extent to 
which these aims are being accom- 
plished. 



Everybody wants the rebound in this intramural scramble. 





Jerry Spence runs for a touchdown while Tim Zion blocks Jerry Zojaczek. 




"TKE's" first place football team are: Standing: Jack McWalter, Rick Garvey, Tony DiC 
Bob Scigalsk, Jack Smithwick, Rick Yule, Vince Jolivette, John Blakemore. Kneeling: Hank 
Kreutzjans, George Cenar, Bill Pierce, Drew Trapani, Pat Schmucker. 



411 



The pass was intended for Ed, but 
he finds many others ore willing re- 
ceivers. 



TKE's first place intramural basket- 
ball team: Standing: Al Baliunas, Rich 
Randick, Jack Smithwick, Hank 
Kreutz|ans. Kneeling: Vince Jolivette, 
Rick Garvey. 





412 



Women's 
Intramurals 

In keeping with the spirit of growth at Loyola 
University, the women's intramural program has 

also continued to expand. This year the volley- 
ball tournaments were the largest ever held. 
Almost every women's organization on campus 
has in some way contributed to these two tourna- 
ments' success. The third year of judo saw the 
same experienced enthusiasm which it first ex- 
perienced three years ago. 

One of the big events sponsored by women's 
intramurals is co-ed night. There were several of 
these each semester and they were, as always, 
greeted with enthusiasm. The guys and gals 
competed in basketball and volleyball. They also 
had a chance to use the pool. 

The girls all enjoy the intramural program 
which allows them the opportunity to steal 
away from the books for a couple of hours. 




Kei instructs the girls in the best way of handling an 
assailant. 



Here Kei explains to the girls how to throw 
an attacker from behind. 




413 




It's the boys against the girls in a cded night basketball game. 



The girls say they will challenge any team to a game of volleyball. 



Basketball is a game for girls as well as boys at Loyola. 





Maria Basiczynskyj, Bertie Tucker, Jane Hasbrouck, Judy Klees, 
and Marion Grothus learn some of the points of water ballet. 




414 




fJU&C-Z-L 




Judy Klees, Maria Basiczynskyj, Marion Grothus, Mary Ellen Gulanick, 
Bertie Tucker, Linda Wesley, Jane Hasbrouck, Judy Perkins. 



The girls test their backstroke ability as they splash the length 
of the pool. 





415 



Graduate Directory 



ADLER, JEAN E. 

3753 W. North Shore 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 
Chemistry Club 4; Circumference 4; Coed 
Club 1, 3; Math Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; 
Physics Club 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Vice- 
Pres.-Treas. 2; Women's Rifle Team I, 2, 
3, Treas. 3. 

ADORNATO, DOMINICK C, JR. 

1 115 S. Monitor Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2, 3, 4, Sergeant-At-Arms 1. 

AMATURO, DENNIS M. 

91 8 Michigan Ave. 
Evanston, Illinois 
Pi Alpha Lambda 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4. 

AMOROSO, RUBY ANN 

1851 S. Grove Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
S.A.L. 2. 

ANDREWS, NANCY R. 

22 William St. 

Glen Head, Long Island, N. Y. 

Coed Club 1; Wasmann 1; White Cap 4. 

ANGERBAUER, KENT L. 

1329 Alder Dr. 
Twin Falls, Idaho 
Delta Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Interfraternity Council 4. 

ARNOLD, HUGH R. 

1 41 N. Eastern Ave. 

Bartlett, Illinois 

Dorm Council 1; Equestrian Club 1; Fine 

Arts Club 2, 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

ATLAS, GUS J. 

9158 S. Anthony Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4; Blue Key 4; III. 
Bar Assoc. Journal 3, 4. 

AUBRY, GAYLE A. 

1314 Washington St. 

Ottawa, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4; 

S. N.A.I. 3, 4; Stebler Hall Judiciary Board 

3. 

AUSTIN, SONDRA A. 

801 4 Crandon Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Fine Arts Club I; Historical Society 3; 
Political Science Club 4. 



BAGNUOLO, VIRGINIA M. 

708 N. Oak Park Ave. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority 4; Chi Theta 
Upsilon Sorority 1, 2, 3, Social Chmn. 3; 
Coed Club 1; S.A.L. 1; S.N. A. I. 1, 2, 4; 
Wasmann Biological Soc. 1; Young Demo- 
crats 1 . 

BANKS, JOHN C. JR. 

1 702 Dempster 

Evanston, Illinois 

Dormitory Council 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2; 

Monogram Club 2; Swimming Team 1 , 2, 3. 

BARATTA, CAROL M. 

2254 W. Coulter 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Beta Gamma 

2, 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 3, Pan-Hellenic 

Rep. 4; S.N.E.A. 4; S.A.L. 3, 4. 

BARRETT, JOAN T. 

7201 S. Coles 

Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 2, 3. 

BART, WILLIAM M. 

300 S. Lincoln Ave. 
Park Ridge, Illinois 
Loyola Chess Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 
4; Loyola Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Alumni 
Hist. 2. 

BELLUCCI, JOHN B. 

2638 N. Spaulding 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Beta Pi 4; S.A.M.A. 4. 

BENFORD, GERALD J. 

80365 S. Calumet 

Chicago, Illinois 

Blue Key 4; Dorm Council 2, Corres. Sec. 

2; Intramural Program 2, Asst. Director 2; 

Psi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3. 

BENNETT, ROBERT J. 

3149 S. May St. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 1; Loyola Men 2, 3, 4; 
Loyolan 2, 3, 4, Ident. Editor 3; Modern 
Lang. Club 2, 3; Psychology Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; S.A.L. 4. 

BERGMANN, JOHN C, JR. 

5918 W. Estes 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M. 3, 4, Public Relations 4. 



BERJOHN, BRO. HAROLD F. 

1 1 00 Forest 
Evanston, Illinois 

BERNARD, LAURA L. 

1318 W. Columbia 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; S.N. A. I. 2, 3, 4. 

BERTAGNI, HUGO F. 

7936 S. Campbell 

Chicago, Illinois 

Psi Omega 2; Student Council 4; Choir 1 . 

BETTI, ROY J. 

1828 N. Natoma Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; 
Wasmann 1 , 2. 

BIEL, MARIE C. 

5501 S. Richmond 
Chicago, Illinois 
Amer. Chemical Soc. 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

BLECHA, ROBERT J. 

3865 Mill Drive 
Zanesville, Ohio 
Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4. 

BLOCK, STANLEY A. 

1655 W. 18th St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Econ-Finance Soc. 4. 

BLOCZYNSKI, RONALD R. 

8015 S. Lawler Ave. 
Oak Lawn, Illinois 

BLOOM, KATHLEEN E. 

1 135 W. Lunt 
Chicago, Illinois 
Psychology Club 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Rho 2, 
3, 4, Pledge Chairman 2; University Col- 
lege Club 2, 3; U. C. Student Council 3, 4. 

BLUM, BARTON J. 

5508 N. Berenice 
Chicago, Illinois 

BOBERNAC, SALLY J. 

61 27 Ravenswood 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spiritual Chairman 
4; Circumference 3, 4, Treas. 4; Glee 
Club 1 ; Historical Society 1, 2; Human 
Relations Club 1, 2; Loyolan 2; Modern 
Lang. Club 1, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 2; 
N.E.A. 4; S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Phi 
Alpha 2, 3, 4. 

BOGAERTS, CHARLENE H. 

Rt. 1, Box 259 
Antioch, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Math Club 2, 3, 4. 

BONK, SUSAN M. 

1820 W. 18th St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Equestrian Club 4. 

BORIL, GERALDINE T. 

361 1 W. 27th St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Glee Club 1, 2; Equestrian Club 2; Lodor- 
ians 3, 4, Pres. 4; Nursing Council 2. 

BRANDAU, HERMAN 

3315 W. Beoch 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4. 

BRANDL, RICHARD M. 

729 S. Greenwood 
Park Ridge, Illinois 
Y. R.'s 1, 2, 3; Historical Society 

BRANDSTRADER, WILLIAM R. 

417!/ 2 South Blvd. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Law Times 1, 2, Co-Editor 2; Student Bar 
Assoc. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2. 



416 



BRANDT, E. ANNE 

30 E. Elm 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Curtain Guild I, 2, 3, 4; 
Historical Society 2; Loyola News 1; Soci- 
ology Club 3. 

BRANDT, JUDITH A. 

2719 W. Logan Blvd. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Arts Council Sec. 3; S.N.E.A. 3. 

BRAVOS, GEORGE T., JR. 

3326 W. Fullerton Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 

4; Loyolan 4, Co-Editor in Chief 4; Math 

Club 2, 3, 4. 

BRENNAN, MICHAEL G. 

7653 Monroe St. 
Forest Park, Illinois 
Marketing Club 2. 

BRODER, MARVIN L. 

3043 W. Chase Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4. 

BRONGIEL, EDMUND J. 

271 1 West 55th 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

BROZENEC, SALLY A. 

6510 S. Karlov 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 

Lodorians 3, 4; Nursing Council Treas. 4; 

S.A.L. 2. 

BRUNER, GLENN 
Rt. 3, Box 173 
La Grange, North Carolina 
Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BRUUN, ROBERT L. 

324 S. Humphrey 
Oak Park, Illinois 
4; SAL. 1, 2, 4. 



Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 



BRZECZEK, RICHARD J. 

2707 W. Thomas 
Chicago, Illinois 

BUJAN, LUCILLE A. 

61 15 S. Wolcott 
Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Historical Society 2; S.A.L. 

2, 3; Y. D.'s 3. 

BUKOVAC, JAMES J. 

330 Seventh St. 
Downers Grove, Illinois 
Gold Torch 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Was- 
mann 1 , 2. 

BURGESS, JOHN W. 

1617 W. 81st St. 
Chicago, Illinois 

BURKE, HARRY R. 

6504 S. Mozart 
Chicago, Illinois 

Historical Society 3; Human Relations 

Club 3. 

BURKE, JOHN M. 

10231 S. Washtenaw 
Chicago, Illinois 
Student Bar Assoc. 1, 2, 3. 

BURKE, SHARON L. 

200 McKinley St. 
Gary, Indiana 
Circumference 3, 4; S.A.L. 1, 2; Theta 
Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BURKE, TERRENCE W. 

9952 Charles 

Chicago, Illinois 

Chess Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4; Curtain Guild 

2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 

Loyola News 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta Phi 3, 4. 



BUTLER, FRANK L. 

1 05 S. Humphrey 
Oak Park, Illinois 

BUTLER, GAIL A. 

51 40 S. Lowe Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Physics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

BUTVILAS, GEORGIANN D. 

909 W. 19th Place 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 4; Chi Theta Upsilon 

1, 2, 3; Coed Club 1, 2, 3; Equestrian 

Club 3; Historical Society 1. 

CAILE, JAMES P. 

8017 Keeler 
Skokie, Illinois 
Blue Key 3; Marketing Club 3, 4, Treas. 
4; Pow Wow Committee Chairman 3. 

CAPORUSSO, MARIAN K. 

6333 Magnolia Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 1; Wasmann Biology 
Society 1, 2. 

CAREY, JAMES J. 

3757 Lakewood 
Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1 , 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; 

Blue Key 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Class Pres. 

3, 4; Miss Loyola Contest Campus Chmn. 

3; S.A.M. 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4; Sno-Ball Chmn. 

3; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Business Ad. Student 

Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. 

CARLIN, BERNARD R. 

400 Lonnquist 
Mt. Prospect, Illinois 
Young Republicans 4. 

CAROBUS, JOHN P. II 

536 River Oaks Dr. 

River Forest, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 2, 3; Loyola News 2, 3, 4; 
Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Young Democrats 
3, 4; Young Republicans 1, 2. 

CASALI, PATRICK V. 

9034 Menard 
Morton Grove, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 3, 4. 

CERNIAK, GERALD H. 

2101 Manchester 

Westchester, Illinois 

Interfraternity Council 3,4, Athletic Chmn. 

3, 4; Psi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, 3, 4; 

Wassman Biological Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CERNICK, JOSEPH L. 

2042 Churchill 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 3, 4; Young Democrats 
4. 

CHAKOS, GEORGIA 

8038 Campkeel 
Chicago, Illinois 

Nursing Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Theta 

Tau 4. 

CHOINOSKI, RICHARD D. 

300 N. State 
Chicago, Illinois 

CHROMICZ, JOYCE C. 

2734 Mango 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; C.S.N.C. 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, Historian 2. 

CHUDIK, RONALD J. 

4904 Newport 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

CICHY, DAVID R. 

8048 Kilboum 
Skokie, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 1, Business Manager 1; 
S.A.L. 1; Sigma Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Alumni Sec. 3; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 1 , 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. 



CLARE, ALLEN J. 

6120 School Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

CLARK, CLARENCE B., JR. 

223 Colorado Ave. 
Greenville, Miss. 
U.I.L. 4; Wassman 4. 

CLAVIN, MICHAEL J. 

1012 Locust St. 
Sterling, Illinois 
Loyola News 2, 3; Math Club 2. 

COFFEE, JOHN W. 

8030 S. Harper 

Chicago, Illinois 

Historical Society 1, 2, 3; Loyola News 2; 

Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Political Science Club 

1; Y. D.'s 1, 2, 3. 

COMPARINI, THOMAS M. 

1 426 Maple Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4; Beta Alpha Psi 4. 

CONNOLLY, PATRICK C. 

5309 N. Clark 
Chicago, Illinois 

CONROYD, COLLEEN F. 

3108 Walden Lane 

Wilmette, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Historical Society 2, 3, 4; 

Human Rel. Club 2; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 

3, 4. 

CONSIDINE, JOHN J. 

3836 W. 76th PI. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Knights of Columbus 4; Marketing Club 3, 
4; SAM. 3, 4. 

COOK, MARY J. 

1426 Granville Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Circumference 4; Coed Club 1; C.S.N.C. 
2, 3, 4; Jr. Class Pres.; Nursing Council 
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; S.A.L. 3; 
Senior Class Pres.; Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4; 
S.N. A. I. 2, 3, 4; Soph. Class Sec; White 
Cap. 2. 

CORBOY, PATRICK J. 

2456 W. Pensacola 
Chicago, Illinois 

CORR, MARY A. 

271 1 W. 86th 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Cir- 
cumference 3, 4; Coed Club 1, 2; Epsilon 
Pi Rho 1, 2, 3; Modern Lang. Club 1, 2; 
Panhellenic Council 4, Parlimentarian 4; 
Variety Show 4. 

COSENTINO, MARYANN P. 

1400 N. Luna Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 

COURNEY, RAYMOND J. 

8213 S. Ada 
Chicago, Illinois 

COX, BARBARA A. 

521 Brompton 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 4; Historical Society 4; Human 

Rel. Club 4; Loyola Women 4; Lodorians 4. 

CRINIGAN, JAMES R. 

458 N. Liberty St. 
Elgin, Illinois 

CRISHAM, THOMAS M. 

8121 S. Throop St. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Law Times 1 ; Recent Decisions 2, 3; 

Student Bar Association 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2. 

CROKE, DANIEL M. 

5920 S. Albany 

Chicago, Illinois 

S.A.M. 3, 4, Historian 4 ;Sigma Lambda 

Beta 3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Council 4, 

Pres. 4. 



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CROWDER, FRANCES A. 

680 Greenbriar 
Lake Forest, Illinois 
Coed Club 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Y. D.'s 4. 

CRYGIONC, DIANE S. 

1620 W. Cuilorton 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 4. 

CUSACK, THOMAS F. 

3005 N. Oakwood 
McHenry, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Historian, 
Pledgemaster; Epsilon Pi Rho I; Gerard 
Manley Hopkins Society 4; Historical So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; 
Track Team 2; S.A.L. 2; Senior Class 
Vice-Pres. 

DANE, BARBARA E. 

345 W. 7th 

Perrysburg, Ohio 
Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Freshman Nursing Class Sec; Nursing 
Council I, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2; Pan- 
hellenic Association 4; S.A.L. 1 . 

DANNENHAUER, KAREN A. 

3042 N. Major Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

American Chemical Society 1, 2 Fine Arts 

Club 2 Historical Society 2; Stebler Hall, 

Treas. 2. 

DARA, MADONNA R. 

853 N. Laramis Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 3, 4 Equestrian Society 2, 
3, 4, Treas. 2, 3, 4 Human Relations 
Society 4 Loyola Women 1 S.N.E.A. 4; 
Y. D.'s 3, 4. 

DAVENPORT, DELORES J. 

601 Griffiths Ave. 

Springfield, Illinois 
Coed Club 4; Human Relations Club 3, 4; 
Kappa Beta Gamma 3, 4; Loyolan 3; 
S.A.L. 4. 

DAVENPORT, NANCY L. 

1 13 W. McClernand 
Shawneetown, Illinois 
Historical Society 4. 

DAWSON, SUZANNE STOCKUS 

1 1322 S. Indiana Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Kappa Beta Pi 2, 3; Law Times 2; Recent 

Decisions 3; Student Bar Association 2, 3. 

DE DOMENICO, PAUL G. 

J. N. Adam State Hospital 
Perrysburg, New York 
St. Apollonia Guild 1 , 2, 3, 4; Xi Psi Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

DEGRAZIA, FREDERICK M. 

776 Dean Ave. 

Highland Park, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 3, 4, Tribune 4; 

Chardin Anthro. Society 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 

Loyola Men 1 . 

DEITSCHEL, CHARLES H., JR. 

1310 N. Mayfield Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma 1 , 2, 3, 4; S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, 3; 

Senior Class Treas. 

DEMUYT, DONALD J. 

6301 Winthrop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4. 

DENDLER, KATHLEEN M. 

44 Argyle 
Orchard Park, New York 

DEVINE, RICHARD A. 

61 16 N. Winthrop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 2, 3, 4; Loyola News 2, 
3; National Journalism Fraternity 3, 4. 



DIDZERKIS, LORETTO C. 

4358 W. Marquette 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 4; Curtain Guild 2, 3; Miss 
Loyola Candidate 4; Panhellenic Assoc. 4, 
Pres. 4; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Rush 
Chairman 3; Who's Who in Amer. Uni- 
versities 4. 

DLUGOSZ, JOSEPH F. 

3141 Belwood Lane 
Glenview, Illinois 
S.A.M. 3, 4, Pres. 4. 

DOMAN, MELISSA E. 

2515 N. Drake Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2, 3; Historical Society 2; 

S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Phi Alpha 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

DOMARK, DENNIS J. 

7315 N. Honore 

Chicago, Illinois 

Delta Sigma Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dental Choir 

2, 3; News Staff 4; St. Apollonia Guild 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Council 4. 

DOUD, DENNIS A. 

131 Keller 

Waukegan, Illinois 

Historical Society 2, 3, 4; Loyola News 

3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 

DRAUR, RONALD A. 

2037 Christie 
Toledo, Ohio 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3; Freshman Class Vice- 
Pres.; Phi Beta Pi 1 , 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3; S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Vice- 
Pres. 3, Wasmann 1, 2, 3. 



Graduate 
Directory 



DREAS, ROBERT L. 

9522 S. Avalon 
Chicago, Illinois 
Amer. Chemical Society 1; Anthropology 
Club 4; Equestrian Society 4; German Club 
4; Glee Club 1; Modern Language Club 
3, 4. 

DROZD, GERALD D. 

27 1 Maple Ave. 

Elmhurst, Illinois 
Econ-Finance Club 3, 4, Sec. -Treas. 4; 
Loyola News 2, Sports; Monogram Club 2, 
3, 4; Psi Delta Phi 3, 4; S.A.L. 4; Track 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. 

DUDA, SUSAN B. 

3357 N. Newland 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2; Kappa Beta Gamma 1, 2, 

3, 4, Corres. Sec. 4; S.A.L. 4; S.N. A.I. 

1, 2; Variety Show. 

DUNN, RAYMOND H. 

4741 Woodland Ave. 
Western Springs, Illinois 
St. Apollonia Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2; Xi 
Psi Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3. 

EARLEY, ROBERT J. 

3650 N. Sawyer Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Rho 
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4. 

ELVIKIS, DONNA A. 

4708 W. 12th PI. 
Cicero, Illinois 
Coed Club 2; Fine Arts Club 3, 4. 



EPSTEIN LESLIE F. 

2338 N. Kedzie 
Chicago, Illinois 
Econ-Finance Club 3, 4; Marketing Club 
3, 4; S.A.L. 4; S.A.M. 4; U.I.L. 4. 

ERLENBAUGH, ROBERT J., JR. 

1401 W. Jaruis 
Chicago, Illinois 
Psychology Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

EVANS, EVANS L. 

1119 8th St. 

Rapid City, So. Dakota 

A.D.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Blue Key 3, 4; 

Delta Sigma Delta 3, 4; Senior Class Pres. 

FARRAGE, JAMES R. 

1009 E. Francis 
Corona, California 
Delta Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; 
St. Appollonia Guild 2, 3, 4. 

FAUBL, HERMANN 

6923 N. Overhill 

Chicago, Illinois 

Amer. Chemical Society 2, 3, 4; Loyola 

News 4; Math Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 

3, 4; Physics Club 3, 4. 

FAUST, ELIZABETH H. 

5282 N. Lawler 
Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2; Curtain Guild 1 , 2, 3, 4; 

Fine Arts Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Modern 

Lang. Club 1, 2, Co-Sec. 2. 

FEGAN, DANIEL W. 

7722 Lowell 
Skokie, Illinois 
C.A.L.M. 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Y. D.'s 
3, 4. 

FINAN, JAMES P. 
1 0745 Longwood 
Chicago, Illinois 
Junior Class Vice-Pres.; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 4; Senior Class Vice-Pres.; S.A.M. 4. 

FITZGERALD, JAMES G. 

9934 S. Campbell 
Chicago, Illinois 

FITZGERALD, JOHN T. 

1951 W. Morse 

Chicago, Illinois 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 1, 

2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Y. D.'s 2, 

3, 4. 

FLASCH, JOHN R. 
8539 S. Throop St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Amer. Chem. Society 4; S.A.L. 3, 4. 

FLAVIN, JOHN E. 

7533 S. May 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4, Treas. 

FLETCHER, JAMES L. 

5142 N. Mulligan 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3, 4, Pres. 4; Debate Club 1, 2, 
3, 4, Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4; Gerard Manley Hop- 
kins 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Pres. 3; Leadership 
Workshop 4; Senior Class Pres.; Student 
Rights Committee 3, 4, Co-Chairman 4; 
Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Union Board 
Independent Rep. 3; Y. R.'s 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

FLORENCE, SISTER SAINTE 

525 Wisconsin Ave. 
Oak Park, Illinois 

FOLLMANN, ERICH H. 

9018 Major Ave. 
Morton Grove, Illinois 
Fine Arts Club 1. 

FOOTE, WILLIAM W., JR. 

951 Magellan 

Costa Mesa, California 

Class Pres. 1, 2, 3; Delta Sigma Delta 2, 

3, 4; Dent. Schl. Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 

I; St. Apollonia Guild 2, 3, 4. 



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FOX, COLEEN A. 

1016 Post 
Ottawa, Illinois 
Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 4. 

FRANCIL, THOMAS J. 

139 Michoux Rd. 

Riverside, Illinois 
Loyola Hall Council 1; Math Club 2, 3; 
S.A.L. 1; Sigma Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
3; Variety Show 2, 3. 

FRIES, RICHARD C. 

1412-A Farwell 
Chicago 26, Illinois 
Loyola Radio Club 3, 4; Sec. -Treas. 4. 

MINORU, FUJITA L. 

289 Yabe-cho 

Hyoko-ku, Kobe-city, Japan 

Foreign Students Assoc. 4, Vice-Pres. 1 . 

FURLONG, JAMES J. 

2608 St. Charles Rd. 
Bellwood, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4; S.A.L. 2. 

GALLOTTA, CAROLE J. 

3309 Austin Blvd. 
Cicero 50, Illinois 
Historical Society 3, 4; Young Democrats 
3, 4. 

GATES, DENNIS J. 

3908 Kimball Ave. 

Chicago 18, Illinois 

Blue Key 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 1, 2; Phi 

Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; SAMA 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

GAYDA, MARILYNN J. 

18119 Wildwood 

Lansing, Illinois 

Circumference 4; Dorm Council 2, 3, Sec. 

2, Vice-Pres. 3; Inter-Hall Council 3; Psy- 
chology Club 1, 4; Wassman Bio. Society 

3, 4. 

GELATKA, ROBERT A. 
F.D.R. 2, Box 72 
Pectone, Illinois 
Accounting Club; Beta Alpha Psi; Eco- 
nomic-Finance Society; Phi Sigma Tau. 

GENELLY, SHARON H. 

1409 Winona 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2; Historical Society 1; 
S.A.L. 3; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 

GETZ, ROBERT A. 

3523 Norca 
Chicago 34, Illinois 
Historical Society 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 
4; Young Democrats 2, 4. 

GILMORE, MARY ANN C. 

1617 N. 22nd Avenue 

Melrose Park, Illinois 

Catholic Student Nurses Council 3, 4, Sec- 

Treas. 4; Coed Club 2; S.N. A. I. 2, 3, 4. 

GOLDBERG, MARGARET S. 

671 1 Sheridan Rd. 
Chicago, Illinois 

GOLDRICK, JUDITH A. 

1009 Monitor 
Chicago 51 , Illinois 
Young Democrats 4. 

GOLDSTEIN, ENID B. 

524 Monterey Drive 
Benton Harbor, Michigan 
Human Relations Club 1 . 

GOLTON, PAMELA M. 

5821 Kingsdale 
Chicago 46, Illinois 
American Chemical Society Student Affili 
ate 3, 4 Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

GOZE, WILLIAM J. 

8701 Essex 
Chicago 1 7, Illinois 
Accounting Club 1, 2, 4. 

GRABIAK, GREGORY D. 

New Alexandria, Pa. 
Phi Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GREEN, ROBERT A. 

9306 Lowell 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 

Representative 3 Health Career Council 4. 

GRIFFARO, EDWARD F. 

1 335 Wenonah 
Berwin, Illinois 
Gold Torch Military Society 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Historical Society 2; Brigade Com- 
mander R.O.T.C. 4. 

GRIGGS, WINONA P. 

5401 Parker Avenue 
Chicago 39, Illinois 
S.N. A. 3, 4, Prog. Chrmn. 4; Sigma Theta 
Tau 4. 

GROSSMAN, JEFFREY EARL 

7405 Fairfield Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Greek Week Chairman 4; Co-Chairman of 
Pow-Wow 4; Historical Society 1; Psych. 
Club 1; S.A.L. 3, 4; Tau Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, 
Athl. Chrmn. 3, 4, Social Chrmn. 4; Wass- 
mann Bio. Society 2, 3, 4. 

GUNNELL, JOSEPH J. 

5638 Dvision St. 
Chicago 51 , Illinois 
Economic-Finance Society 4. 

HAINES, RONALD K. 

1344 Dearborn Pkwy. 
Chicago 1 0, Illinois 
Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Pres. 4. 

HALEY, PHILIP 

1 30 Sherman 
Palatine, Illinois 
Sociology Club 4; United World Federalists 
3, 4; Young Republicans 1. 

HARE, WILLIAM J. 

9 Lotus 
Chicago 44, Illinois 

HARRIS, KATHLEEN E. 

751 1 Bell 
Chicago 45, Illinois 
Women's Intramurals 3; Pow Wow Con- 
cert Committee 3. 

HARRIS, BRUCE S. 

230 LeClaire 
Chicago 44, Illinois 
Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Corr. Sec. 3; 
Dental School Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dental Sch. 
Council 4; Lodorians 2,3, Vice-President 
3; Tau Delta Phi 2, 3, Recording Sec. 3. 

HAYES, CONSTANCE J. 

1 73 Homer Ave. 
Cortland, New York 
SAM. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HEILIG, WILLIAM R. 

5321 Harper Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Honors Program; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

HEINRICH, ALBERT W. 

4432 Manor Ave. 
Chicago 25, Illinois 

HEITSMANN, THOMAS A. 

16016 Debbie Lane 
So. Holland, Illinois 

HELLGETH, THOMAS G. 

4040 Kilbourn 
Chicago 4 1 , Illinois 
Marketing Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 

HENRY, LUCIAN J. 

647 Leamington Ave. 
Chicago 44, Illinois 
Loyola Historical Society 4; Young Demo- 
crats 4. 

HETRICK, PATRICK H. 

615 Union PI. 

Fremont, Ohio 

Alpha Delta Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. 

Sec. 2, 3; Historical Society 1, 2; Young 

Democrats 1, 2. 



HIBNER, WILLIAM D. 

6345 Keystone 

Chicago 46, Illinois 

Econ-Finance Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 

4; Marketing Club 2, 3, 4; S.A.L. 3; Senior 

Class Gift Fund Committee. 

HILLERY, JOSEPH M. 

7419 Clyde Ave. 
Chicago 44, Illinois 
Human Relations Club 2; Psychology Club 
2. 

HISSONG, CECELIA F. 

16165 Steel 
Detroit 35, Michigan 
S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HOFFMANN, DAVID G. 

10058 Union 
Chicago 28, Illinois 
Psychology Club 3, 4. 

HEYDEN, ARTHUR E. 

6851 Kenton 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 
Historical Society 1, S.A.M. 3, 4. 

HOGAN, MAUREEN C. 
1806 Oak Park 
Chicago 35, Illinois 
Coed Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Histori- 
cal Society 2; S.A.L. 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 3, 4, 
Historian 4; Theta Phi Alpha 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

HOPKINSON, VIRGINIA M. 

545 Jackson 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2, 3; Historical Society 2; 

S.A.L. 1, 2, 3; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, 

Sec. 4. 

HORLACHER, REGINA R. 

2332 Prairie St. 

Blue Island, Illinois 

Glee Club 1; Loyola Women 4; Modern 

Lang. Club 1, 2; Readers' Circle 2, 3, Sec- 

Hist. 3. 

IMLAY, MARY ELLEN 

9823 South Oakley 

Chicago 43, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4; 

Nursing Council 1 , 2, 3, 4; Curtain Guild 2. 

INDA, ARDEN W. 

3735 South Wesley 
Berwyn, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; 
Accounting Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Alpha Psi 
4; "The Bugler" 3, Editor 3, S.A.L. 1; 
S.A.M. 2. 

INGEVALDSON, MARY T. 

5540 Hawthorne 
Berkeley, Illinois 

Coed Club 2; Historical Society 2, 3, 4; 

Human Relations Club 3. 

IVINS, JUDITH A. 

915 Pleasant 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 
2, Rush Chairman 3; Coed Club 1. 

JESS, LEE D. 

636 Euclid Ave. 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 
Dent School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; 
Delta Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Tyler 4; 
Freshman Class Vice-Pres. 1; Dent School 
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2, 3, Pres. 3. 

JOHNSON, JAMES A. 

6449 North Hoyne 
Chicago 45, Illinois 
Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Treas. 4; Knights of 
Columbus 4. 

JOHNSTON, PATRICK T. 
8027 South Damen 
Chicago, Illinois 
Econ-Finance Society 4; Gold Torch 2, 3, 
4, Treas. 3, 4; Historical Society 3; Math 
Club 2; Military Ball Committee 4, Finance 
Chairman 4. 



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JONES, JUNEMARY 

77 1 9 Indiana Ave. 
Chicago 1 9, Illinois 
Coed Club 2, 3; Equestrian Club 2, 3; Hu- 
man Relations Club 2; Reader's Circle 1, 
2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3. 

JUSKIEWICZ, BARBARA J. 

3300 North Avers 
Chicago 1 8, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 1 , 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; 
Circumference 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Inter- 
Sorority Council 3, U.A.B. Rep. 3; Sopho- 
more Arts Class Vice-Pres. 2; Union Activi- 
ties Board 3. 

KAISER, LYNDA L. 

6046 W, Peterson 

Chicago 46, Illinois 

Delaware Hall 1, 2, 3, Soc. Chman. 3; 

SAL. 1, 2, 3, Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, 

Publicity Chman. 3; Variety Show 2, Sec. 2. 

KANE, ELLEN M. 

7306 North Bell 
Chicago 45, Illinois 
Arts Council Bus. Ad. Rep. 2, 3; Beta 
Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4; Bus. Ad 
Coeds 2, 3, 4, Soph. Rep. 2, Treas. 3 
Bus. Ad. Newsletter 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4 
Circumference 3, 4, Pres. 4; Coed Club 1 
Debating Society 2, 3, 4, Treas 3, Sec. 4 
Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Econ- 
Finance Society 1,2,3,4, Program Chman, 
2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Loyolan Awards 
Comm. 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4, Chman., 
Nominating Comm. 4; Pow Wow Concert 
Chman. 4; SAL. 3, 4; SAM. 2. 

KANE, LEE P. 

5030 Quincy St. 
Chicago 44, Illinois 

KARAKOURTIS, MICHAEL J. 

9000 North Cumberland 
Niles, Illinois 

SISTER, ANN KATERI, S.S.C.M. 

St. Mary Hospital 

Kankakee, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4 Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4. 

KAUSS, JAMES C. 

5448 North Artesian 
Chicago 25, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4 Econ-Finance Society 
4. 

KEMP, ROBERT D. 

77 1 2 Saginaw 
Chicago 49, Illinois 
Historical Society 2, 3 Intramural Football 
2. 

KENNEDY, RICHARD J. 

1241 North Moson Ave. 
Chicago 51 , Illinois 
Historical Society 4. 

KERBER, KENNETH J. 

1913 North 6th St. 

Springfield, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4, Union Activities Board 
4. 

KERRIGAN, NANCY T. 

9230 South Richmond 

Evergreen Park 42, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 

Treas. 4, Nursing Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Class 

Pres. 1 . 

KILLACKY, KEITH F. 

6440 South Paulina 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 Epsilon Pi 
Rho 1 .Sociology Club 4; Young Demo- 
crats 1 . 

KINNAS, NICHOLAS C. 

1024 North Waller 
Chicago 51 , Illinois 
"Medics" Baseball Team 3, 4. 



KIRKLAND, CHARLES W. 

5340 West Parker 
Chicago 39, Illinois 
Student Member, ADA. 1, 2, 3, 4 Mem- 
ber, Americon Society of Dentistry for 
Children 3, 4; Xi Psi Phi Fraternity 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

KISKUNAS, GEORGE L. 

3615 West 61st St. 

Chicago 29, Illinois 

Accounting Club 4; Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, 

Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4; 

Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; S.A.L. I. 

KLEDZIK, GREGORY E. 

3409 North Hamlin 
Chicago 1 8, Illinois 

KLIMEK, WALTER J. 

5353 North Ozanam 
Chicago 3 1 , Illinois 
Wosmann Biological Society 1 . 

KNIGHT, ROBERT B. 

2934 W. Belle Plaine 
Chicago 1 8, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 4. 

KOLIN, THOMAS A. 

1 133 Beach 

La Grange Park, Illinois 

Accounting Club 1, 2, 3; Delta Sigma Pi 1, 

2, 3, Soc. Chrmn. 2, 3; Intercollegiate 
Accounting Club 3, Loyola Rep. 3; Student 
Union Finance Comm. 3; Student Union 
Rep., Fraternity Rep. 3. 

KOLLE, SUSAN C. 

6020 Bloomingdale 

Chicago 39, Illinois 

Alpha Tou Delta 2, 3, 4; Circumference 

4; Nsg. Class Sec. 3; Loyola Glee Club 1, 

2; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Sigma Theta Tau 

3, 4 

KONAUKA, JANINE O. 

61 46 South Albany 

Chicago 29, Illinois 

Circumference 3, 4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 

3, 4, Sec. 2, 3; Loyola Women 3, 4; 

Modern Language Club 1, 3, 4, Treas. 4. 

KOZIOL, RAYMOND S. 

3055 North Avers 

Chicago 1 8, Illinois 

Blue Key 3, 4; Class Sec. 2, Pres. 3; 

S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Med. Schl. Council 

1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Who's Who 4. 

KRAUS, ROBERT R. 

5539 South Honore 

Chicago 36, Illinois 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4, Historian 3, 

Treas. 4; SAL. 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 

1, 3. 

KRCMARIK, JAMES P. 
2236 7th Avenue 
North Riverside, Illinois 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KRUG, KAREN A. 

7927 Ridgeland Ave. 
Chicago 1 7, Illinois 
Bus. Ad. Coeds 4; Pow Wow Committee 
3, 4; Marketing Club 3. 

KUBIAK, SUE E. 

412 Park Ave. 
Auburn, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; Math Club 2, 3. 

KULA, FELICIA K. 

8236 Berwyn Ave. 
Chicago 3 1 , Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.M. 2, Corres. 
Sec. 2. 

KWASEK, JAMES A. 
7335 North Oketo 
Chicago 48, Illinois 
St. Apollonia Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Dent Schl. 
Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4, Dent Schl. Newspaper 4; 
Class Treas. 1; Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Student Council 4. 



LACKLAND, THEODORE H. 

2152 Washbume 

Chicago 8, Illinois 

I.F.C. 4; Math Club 2, 3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 

4; Sigma Delta Phi Pres. -Treas.; Who's 

Who 4. 

LALASZ, JEROME B. 
3234 N. Keating 
Chicago 4 1 , Illinois 
R.O.T.C. I. 

LALLY, MARY E. 
6125 N. Knox 
Chicago 60646, Illinois 
Coed Club 3; Historical Society 3, 4; Loy- 
ola Women 3, 4. 

LANDRY, RONALD W. 

3017 N. Damen Ave. 

Chicago 60518, Illinois 

Fine Arts Club 2, 3; French Club 3; Hist. 

Society' 3, 4; United World Federalists 4; 

Young Democrats Club 4. 

LANE, MARTIN J. 

1436 Glensake Ave. 
Chicago 60626, Illinois 
Arts Council 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Blue Key 
Fraternity 3, 4; Corres. Sec. 4; Gold Torch 
Associates 1, 2, 3, 4; Loyola Men 1, 2, 3, 
4, 2nd Vice-Pres. 3, Co-Pres. 4; Loyola 
News 2, 3, Lake Shore News Editor 2, 3; 
Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Union Board 3; 
Young Democrats 2, 3, 4, Membership 
Director 2, Pres. 3. 

LARKIN, FRANCIS J. 

2928 N. Newcastle 
Chicago 34, Illinois 
Interfraternity Council 2, Editor, Co-Chair- 
man of Publicity 3, 4; Pow Wow Comm. 1, 
Chairman of Entertainment 3, 4; Tau 
Delta Phi 3, Pres. 3; Wasmann Biology 
Club 1. 

LAWLER, PATRICK S. 

318 Califomi 

E. Alton, Illinois 

Dorm Council 4, Wing Pres.; Ski Club 3, 

4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

LEANER, MARIE G. 

6841 Champlain 
Chicago 60637, Illinois 
Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Calm 3, 4, 
Tutor; Coed Club 1, 2; Curtain Guild 1, 
2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Human Relations Club 2, 3; Loyola News 

2, 3, 4; Loyolan 3, Loyolan Awards Comm. 
3; Modern Language Club 1; Political 
Science Club 3, 4; S.A.L. 1, 2; Student 
Rights Comm. 4; United World Federalists 
4, Treasurer 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; 
Y. R.'s 3. 

LEE, ROBERT E. 

6402 N. Damen Ave. 

Chicago 45, Illinois 

Student American Medical Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 

4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; Student Council 3. 

LEGATZKE, LAWRENCE A. 

607 S. Bodin St. 
Hinsdale, Illinois 
Alpha Signa Nu 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 4; 
Marketing Club 3; Phi Sigma Tau 4. 

LEO, ANGELO F. 

1006 N. Leamington 
Chicago 51 , Illinois 
American Chemical Society 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Football 2. 

LEPTICH, THERESA M. 

4323 N. Bell 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 2; Math Club 2; Modern Lan- 
guage Club 4, Secretary 4. 

LEUER, CAROLE J. 

1905 N. Rutherford 

Chicago 35, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 3; Kappa Beta Gamma 1, 2, 

3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4; S.A.L. 2, 4; 
S.N. A. I. I; Wasmann 1. 



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LEV, JEFFREY A. 

6425 Kolmar 
Lincolnwood 46, Illinois 
Golf Team 1, 3, 4; Society for the Ad- 
vancement Club 4. 

LEWIS, CYNTHIA C. 

1307 N. Jacvkson Ave. 
River Forest, Illinois 
C.A.L.M. 4; Equestrian Club 3; Loyolan 
3; S.A.L. !, 2, 3, 4; University Weekend 
Comm. 3; Variety Show 2, 4; Welcome 
Week Comm. 4. 

LEYOEN, MICHAEL R. 

6224 N. Hermitage 
Chicago 26, Illinois 

Phi Alpha Delta 4; Student Bar Assn. 

Repres. 1, 2, 3. 

LI PUMA, LEONORA M. 

2401 S. Oak Park Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
S.A.L. 1, 2. 

LIPUT, MARY J. 

C.A.L.M. 4; Delaware Hall Social Chair- 
man 4; Interhall Council 4; Loyola News 
1, 2, 4, News Editor 1; Loyolan 1; Theta 
Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, House Rep. 4; 
United World Federalists 4, Secretary 4. 

LONG, EILEEN F. 

7234 W. Myrtle 
Chicago 3 1 , Illinois 
Alpha Tau Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4, Social Chair. 
3, 4; Circumference 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Military Ball Queen Contest, Court 4; Miss 
Loyola Contest 3, Court; Nursing Council 
3; Union Board 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Variety 
Show 2; Who's Who 4. 

LOUGHEAY, GAIL L. 

4838 W. 23rd Place 
Cicero 50, Illinois 
Bus. Ad. Coeds 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Cir- 
cumference 3, 4; Coed Club 1; Econ. 
Finance Society 2, 3, 4; Marketing Club 
3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; S.A.M. 2. 

LOWELL, ROBERT P. 

7400 N. Kolmar Ave. 

Skokie, Illinois 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4, Honors Program 1, 2, 

3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2; Physics Club 3, 4. 

LUCAS, JEANNE L. 

1722 N. 21st Ave. 
Melrose Park, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 3; Swim Club 1. 

LUNDGREN, ANN L. 

6248 N. Keystone 

Chicago 60646, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2; C.S.N.C. 4; Glee Club 

1, 2; S.A.L. 2, 3, 4; S.N. A. I. 2, 4; Variety 

Show 1 . 

LYNCH, DENNIS B. 
7839 Westwood Dr. 
Elmwood Park 35, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4. 

MADALINSKI, SYLVIA C. 

2328 N. Laramie 
Chicago, Illinois 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 2. 

MADURA, WILLIAM S. 

6244 W. Montrose 
Chicago, Illinois 

MAEHARA, ROBERT T. 

3042 Hinano St. 
Honolulu, Hawaii 
Class Secretary 3, 4 Phi Chi 3, 4. 

MAKOWSKI, TERESE M. 

661 1 Montana 

Hammond, Indiana 

Chamberlain Hall Social Chmn. 2, 3, 

Panhellenic Association 3, 4; S.A.L. 1, 4, 

Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Marshal 2, 3 

MALLISON, ROBERT A 

301 S. Michael St 
St. Marys, Penn 
Phi Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



S.A.M. 3, 4. 



MANDELL, RICHARD V. 

3420 W. Armitage 
Chicago, Illinois 



MANGIONE, PETER L. 

651 8 Navajo 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 
S.A.M. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 1, 2; Ski Club 4. 

MANION, DENNIS M. 

6020 N. Knox 
Chicago, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 1 ; 
S.A.M. 3. 

MANION, THOMAS J. 

6020 N. Knox 
Chicago, Illinois 

MARGET, THOMAS A. 

3140 W. 40th Place 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4; Business Council 2, 
Treas. 2; Alpha Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pledge Master 3; Sophomore Class Busi- 
ness Pres.; Y. D.'s 1, 2; Blue Key 3, 4. 

MARSICO, FRANK V. 

7776 W. Central Ave. 

River Forest, Illinois 

Dorm Council 2; Psi Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MATHULIS, ALBERTA P. 

4123 N. Melvina Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 3, 4; Equestrian Soc. 2, 3, 

4/ Sec. 4; Sociology Club 4; Y. D.'s 3, 4. 

McCarthy, barry 

2700 W. Jerome 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Psychology Club 
2, 3, 4; SAL. 2, 3, 4; Tau Delta Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, President 3. 

MONDLAK, RICHARD J. 

5137 S. Francisco 
Chicago, Illinois 
K.C. 4; SAM. 3. 

MARIE, SISTER HELEN 

7435 W. Talcott Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 

MARTIN, JOHN M. 

2441 N. Avers 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3, 4; Gold Torch 3, 4; Historical 
Soc. 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; S.A.L. 3; 
Student Rights Committee 4; Y. D.'s 3, 4. 

MASEK, JAMES R. 

1002 Wilcox St. 
Joliet, Illinois 
Historical Soc. 3; Loyola News 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Managing Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, 
Columnist 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Pres. 
4, Student Rights Committee 3, 4, Co- 
Chairman 4; Blue Key 4. 

MASON, ELLIOTT B. 

231 7 Clawson Ave. 
Royal Oak, Michigan 
Loyola Hall Council 2, 3, President 3, 
Y. R.'s 2, 3. 

MAY, MARGARET 

2419 N. Burling St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sociology Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 

MAZE, ROBERT J. 

1816 S. 49th Ave. 
Cicero, Illinois 
Curtain Guild; Student Council; S.A.M. 

MAZZARELLA, LAWRENCE A., JR. 

3226 48th St. 
Jackson Heights, New York 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2, 3, 4. 



MICHIELS, MARY R. 

1309 W. Columbia 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigmo Alpha 4, Social Chmn. 4; 
Chess Club 2, Sec. 2; Chi Theta Upsilon 
1, 2, 3, Social Chmn. 3; Coed Club I, 2; 
Psychology Club 2, 4, Sec. 2; S.A.L. 3; 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1; Y. D.'s 4. 

MICHAELS, ROBIN J. 

3240 Lake Shore 
Chicago, Illinois 
Econ-Finance 4; Marketing Club 3. 

MIGALA, JAMES J. 

1 622 N. Long 

Chicago, Illinois 

Loyola Men 1, 2, 3; Med. School Council 

1, 2; Phi Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Presiding Senior 3. 

MILLER, BARBARA A. 

6037 N. Mason 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.N.A.I. 2. 

MILLER, CLAUDIA E. 

6935 Keystone 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1, 2, 3. 

MILLER, PATRICIA A. 

7846 W. Bloomingdale Ave. 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 
Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore 
Class President; Junior Class Vice-Presi- 
dent; Coed Club 1; C.S.N.C. 1, 3, 4; 
Lodorians 3, 4; Nursing Council 1 , 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 2; U.A.B. 4; S.N.A.I. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Wasmann 1, 2. 



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MITCHELLS, DOROTHY E. 

5543 Mango 
Chicago, Illinois 
Lodorians 1, 2, Sec. 1; Loyolan News 2, 3; 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3. 

MOLNAR, EDWARD T. 

1 100 N. Linden 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1, 2, 3; Modern Language Club 
1, 2; Sigma Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MOORE, MARY ANN 

9535 Oriolo Ave. 

Morton Grove, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 2, 3; Kappa Beta Gamma 2, 

3, 4, Treas. 4; S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; Wasmann 

Bio. Soc. 1. 

MORGENSTERN, MICHAEL 

5118 N. Drake 
Chicago, Illinois 

MROZEK, EDWIN J. 

5429 S. Racine 
Chicago, Illinois 
American Chem. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Loyola Men 1; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 
4; Physics Club 4; Sigma Delta Phi 1, 2, 
3, 4, Treas. 4; Variety Show 3; Y. D.'s 
3, 4. 

MUELLER, ROBERT S. 

8232 S. Washtenaw 
Chicago, Illinois 
Econ-Finance Soc. 4; S.A.M. 3, 4. 

MUNARETT, RICHARD A. 

737 N. Lawndale 
Chicago, Illinois 



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MURPHY, JOSEPH L. 

5856 W. Wastwood 

Chicago, Illinois 

Blue Key 3, 4; S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma 

Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. 

MURRAY, SUSAN K. 

3732 W. Agatite 
Chicago, Illinois 

MUSIALA, THEODORE S., JR. 

4122 N. Osceola 
Chicago, Illinois 

MYSKIW, GEORGE L. 

2240 W. Walton 
Chicago, Illinois 

MRSLIWIEC, MICHAEL R. 
5519 S. Kostner 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyolan 2; Sigma Delta Phi 2, 3, 4. 

McARDLE, WILLIAM J. 

8046 Yates Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Men 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. 2, 3, 4, Re- 
cording Secretory 4; Knights of Columbus 
4. 

McAULEY, JOHN R. 
6250 Winthrop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 2. 

McCABE, FRANK C. 

306 W. Main St. 

Morris. Illinois 

McCarthy, john w. 

1345 N. Lorel Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Professional 

Chairman 4; Gold Torch 2, 3, 4, President 

4. 

Mcdonald, margaret m. 

534 Jackson Ave. 
River Forest, Illinois 
Circumference 3, 4; Chamberlain Hall 
Judiciary Board 2; "Miss Loyola" 3; Nurs- 
ing Council 3; Nursing Representative to 
the Arts Council 3; Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4; 
S.N. A. I. 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4. 

McENERY, PAUL T. 

945 Linden Ave. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 
1, 2, 3; Senior Class President 1. 

McGLYNN, MICHAEL P. 

420 N. McArthur Dr. 

Palatine, Illinois 

Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Loyola News 3, 4, 

Marketing Club 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Ep- 

silon 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 3, 4. 

McGLYNN, RICHARD P. 

1 26 Columbia Ave. 
Elyria, Ohio 
Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Loyola News 2, 3, 4, 
Sports Editor 3; Loyolan 2, Sports Editor 
2; Pi Delta Epsilon 4, Psychology Club 
3, 4. 

McKUNE, EMMET J. 

6533 N. Newgard 

Chicago, Illinois 

Marketing Club 3, 4; Young Republicans 

3, 4. 

NALEPA, PHILIP T. 
900 Cadwell . 
Elmhurst, Illinois 
SAM. 3, 4, 

NERI, RICHARD F. 

1724 N. Tripp 

Chicago, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 3; Loyola Men 4; 

Political Science Club 3, 4 

NICHOLAS, THOMAS J. 

2555 W. Monroe St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 1; S.A.M. 1; Y. D.'s 1. 



Soc. Club 3, 4. 



NICKELS, ALLEN V. 

5957 W. Foster Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 



NIDDIFFER, G. MICHAEL 

6349 Thorncrest 

Birmingham, Michigan 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

NOONAN, LAWRENCE W. 

7129 S. Oglesby Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4. 

NORKUS, NIJOLE M. 

2923 W. 64th 
Chicago, Illinois 
Fine Arts Club 1; Modern Language Club 
1 ; Variety Show 2. 

NORTON, THOMAS F. 

1431 lllini Dr. 
Rockford, Illinois 
Dent. School Council 2; Sophomore Class 
Vice-President; Phi Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

NOSAL, ROGER A. 

1626 S. 50th Ct. 
Cicero, Illinois 
S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

NOVOTNY, CARL J. 

484 Selborne Rd. 
Riverside, Illinois 

NUZBACH, EDWARD M. 

3809 W. 65th Place 

Chicago, Illinois 

O'GARA, LAWRENCE D. 

5745 W. Grace 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 4. 

O'KEEFE, SHARON M. 

731 4 Oakwood- 
Lyons, Illinois 
Coed Club 3; Hist. Soc. 3; Y. D.'s 4. 

OLESKY, JEAN L. 

6104 N. McVicker 
Chicago, Illinois 
C.S.N.C. 3, 4; Coed Club 1, 2; Kappa 
Beta Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Corres. Sec. 3, 
Recording Sec. 4; Nursing Council 2, 3; 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1 . 

O'MALLEY, GERALD J. 

2817 N. Menard Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Loyola Y. D.'s 1, 2; Marketing Club 4; 

S.A.M. 3, 4; Sophomore Class Business 

President. 

O'NEILL, JOHN J. 

5729 Emerson 
Morton Grove, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
SAM. 3, 4, Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ORI, JOSEPH L. 

1 634 N. Merrimac 
Chicago, Illinois 

ORLANDO, ROBERT L. 

442 S. 47th Ave. 
Bellwood, Illinois 

O'ROURKE, PATRICIA A. 

9349 S. Bishop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sophomore Class Nursing Vice-President; 
Coed Club 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.N.C. 2, 3, 4; 
Loyola Women 1, 2, Nursing Council 2, 3, 
4; S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N. A. I. 2, 3, 4; 
Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1, 2. 

OSTROWSKI, THEA C. 

3601 S. Austin 
Cicero, Illinois 
Coed Club 4; Hist. Soc. 2; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chmn. 3, Vice- 
Pres. 4; LOYOLAN 3; S.A.L. 3, 4; Wo- 
men's Rifle Team 1 . 



O'SULLIVAN, WILLIAM V., JR. 

1816 W. 81st St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3, 4; Sigma Lambda Beta 2, 3, 
4; S.A.M. 2, 4; Business Council 3, 4, 
President 4; U.A.B. 4; University College 
Club 3, 4, President 3. 

OVERALL, MARIE M. 

2 Willow Hill Rd. 
Dadue, Missouri 
Equestrian Soc. 2; Human Relations Club 
2, 4; Political Science 4. 

OWEN, JAMES H. 

712 Woodlawd 
Wauconda, Illinois 
Gold Torch 1, 2, 3; Marketing Club 3, 4, 
Loyola Men 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 

PALANCHAR, JAMES M. 

9318 Kimbark 

Chicago, Illinois 

Loyolan 3; Modern Language Club 2; Phi 

Delta Tau 3, 4; Sigma Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; 

Young Democrats 1 . 

PAPSON, HAROLD C. 

1 1910 Glenfield 
Detroit, Michigan 
S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PANEBIANCO, MARLENE H. 

1 147 N. Kenilworth 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Human Relations Club 3, 4. 

PASTERNAK, EDWARD J. 

1802 W. 18th St. 
Chicago, Illinois 

PASTORE, GAIL 

3100 N. Lowell 
Chicago, Illinois 

PATRICK, JAMES R. 

655C S. Indian Hill Blvd. 
Claremont, California 
Dental School Choir 1, 2; Delta Sigma 
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PECELUNAS, ANTHONY W. 

2310 S. Leavitt 
Chicago, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3, 4; Readers Circle 4. 

PEETERS, BRO. JOHN N., C.S.V. 

1 1 00 Forest Ave. 
Evanston, Illinois 
Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics 
Club 1, 2. 

PELKA, LAWRENCE J. 

3629 Wesley Ave. 

Berwyn, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 4; Sigma Pi 1,2, 3, 

4, Herald 4, Wasmann Biological Society 1. 

PIEDDINGTON, JOYCE C. 

5542 S. Neenah Ave. 
Chicogo, Illinois 
Coed Club I; Lodorians 2, 3; Women's 
Rifle Team 1, Variety Show 2, 3. 

PIRELLI, ALICE L. 

6229 N. Lowell Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Coed Club 

1, 2, 3; Epsilon Pi Rho 1 , 2, 3, 4; Modern 
Language Club 1, 2, 3; Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; 
S.A.L. 2, 3. 

POSKUS, REGINA T. 

800 Hudson Ave. 

Rochester, New York 

Delaware Hall Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 

2, 3; Epsilon Pi Rho 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Inter-Hall Council 2, 3. 

PROKUP, NORMAN R. 

1 1 333 Cottage Grove Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society I, 2, 4; Modern Lan- 
guage Club 1 . 

PROPERNICK, HELENE M. 

Box 122 Aurora Ave. 

Aurora, Illinois 

Coed Club 3, Young Christian Students 3. 



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PRUCHNIAK, JOAN L. 

4247 N. Ruby St. 

Schiller Park, Illinois 

Sigma Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, S.N. A.I. 2, 3, 4. 

QUINN, KATHLEEN M. 

7944 Jeffery 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed 1; Hist. Soc. 2; Loyola Women 1; 

Modern Language Club 1; Psychology Club 

4, S.A.L. 2. 

QUINN, ROBERT J. 
4712 Belle Plane 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M. 4. 

RAILOVITZ, SUSAN K. 

20248 Van Antwerp 

Harper Woods, Michigan 

C.S.N. C. 2, 4; Chardin Anthro. Soc. 4, Sec. 

4; Fine Arts Club 3; SNA. I. 2, 4. 

RAMIREZ, RAMON J. 

918V3 N. Cicero 
Chicago, Illinois 
Cadence 4. 

RAMLJAK, SHARON J. 

3119 N. Kostner 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Hist. Soc. 2; 
S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4; Theta Phi 
Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; United World Federal- 
ists 3. 

RAPP, JOAN R. 

9340 Vanderpoel 
Chicago, Illinois 
Chamberlain Hall Judiciary Board 2, Social 
Chairman 4; Circumference 4; Interhall 
Council 4; Sailing Club 3; Y. D.'s 3, 4, 
Recording Sec. 3, Treas. 4. 

RAPP, JOHN W., JR. 

414 S. May 
Bensenville, Illinois 
U.A.B. 3. 



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RAPPEL, JAMES F. 

6619 N. Tolmon 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 
3, 4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3, 4; Beta Gamma 
Sigma 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Business Adminis- 
tration Council 3; Junior Class Business 
Sec. -Treas.; Gold Torch 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; 
IFC 3, 4; Marketing Club 3, 4; S.A.L. 2, 
4; Variety Show 2, 3. 

RASNUSSEN, RICHARD J. 
333 1 Arden Ave. 
Brookfield, Illinois 
Hist. Soc. 3, 4; Y. D.'s 4. 

RATKOVICH, JOHN M. 

6757 S. Jeffery 
Chicago, Illinois 
Law School Class Representative. 

RATNER, MARY T. 

244 Wesley Ave. 
Oak Park, Illinois 

REDMON, LUCY E. 

3241 S. Oakley 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2; Curtain Guild 2, 3, 4, 
Readers' Circle 4; S.A.M. 1. 

REEDY, THOMAS W. 

329 N. Utica St. 
Waukegan, Illinois 
Phi Chi 4; S.A.M. A. 4. 



REIDY, DUANE P. 

8534 S. Bishop 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sigma Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

REINERT, DONNA M. 

41 S. Meyer Ct. 
Des Plaines, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Y. D.'s 1. 

REINERT, KENNETH J. 

41 S. Meyer Ct. 
Des Plaines, Illinois 
Chem. Club 1; Psychology Club 4. 

RETTALIATA, BRIAN M. 

8901 S. Pleasant 
Chicago, Illinois 

REUSS, DAVID G. 

6633 Sheridan Rd. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4. 

REZNICK, RICHARD H. 

6555 N. Francisco 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 

RIGGS, THOMAS J. 

622 S. Summit 

Villa Park, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 2; Loyola Men 2, 

3, President 3; Psychology Club 3, 4, 

Treas. 4, 

RILEY, PAUL J. 

1629 W. Chase 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 1; K.C. 4; Psychology Club 

4. 

RISSER, SHARON A. 

823 Tomawdee 

Park Ridge, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Delta Zeta Phi 2, 3, 4, 

Chaplain 3, 4; Hist. Soc. 1, 2, Equestrian 

Soc. 4; Ski Club 3, Soc. Club 3. 

ROBB, MARY ELLEN 

309 N. Taylor 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Coed Club 1; N.N.C.C. 4; Nursing Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; Wasmann Bio. 
Soc. 1. 

ROBERTS, JEFFERY W. 
550 Surf 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3, 4; Human Relations Club 2; 
Hist. Soc. 2; Sigma Lambda Beta 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3; S.A.M. 4; University 
College 3, Advisor 3, Who's Who 4. 

RODMAN, ROGER H. 

2940 W. Rasher 
Chicago, Illinois 

Chess Club 2; Gold Torch 1; Hist. Soc. 2, 

3; Political Sci. Soc. 3, 4. 

ROEMER, DAVID L. 

1973 County Line Rd. 

Highland Park, Illinois 
Chess Club 3; Hist. Soc. 3, 4; Psych. Club 
1; Y. R.'s 2, 3, 4. 

ROONEY, GEORGE E. 

1 151 Buell 

Joliet, Illinois 

Delta Sigma Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dent. School 

Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4; Senior Class 

Vice-Pres.; St. Apolonia Guild 2, 3, 4. 

ROSSA, JOSEPH W. 

6936 Lexington Lane 
Niles, Illinois 
S.A.D.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Dental News Staff 
3, 4; Dental School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Di- 
rector 3, 4, St. Appolonia Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; 
S.C.A.D.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; U.A.B. 4; Varsity 
Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Student 
Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

ROSSI, ANTHONY J. 

1810 N. Nagle 
Chicago, Illinois 



ROTH, GERALD P. 

3714 W. Sunnyside 

Chicago, Illinois 

American Chemical Soc. 2, 3, 4- SAL 

3, 4. 

ROTTENBUHER, INGEBORG 

206 Pleasant 

Oak Park, Illinois 

ROZKUSZKA, WALTER D. 

278 Winsoi 
St. Ludlow, Massachusetts 
Fine Arts Club 2; Loyola News 2, 3; Pi 
Delta Epsilon 3. 

RUBINO, CAROLYN L. 

6415 N. Keating 

Lincolnwood, Illinois 

SAL. 2; S.N. A. I. 2; Student Welfare 

Comm. 3. 

RUDNICK, ROBERT J. 

1777 W. Olive Ave. 
Chicogo, Illinois 
Alpha Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, 
Professional Chmn. 3; Business Administra- 
tion Student Council 1, Vice-President 1; 
Econ-Finance Soc. 4; LOYOLAN 3, Soles 
Mgr. 3; LOYOLAN Awards Committee 3, 
Chmn. 3; Pow Wow Executive Chmn. 4; 
Variety Show Sales Manager 2. 

RUOFF, GARY E. 

6217 Devon St. 
Kalamazoo, Michigan 
Med. School Council 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RUSH, WILLIAM F. 

9438 Nerbonne St. 
Franklin Park, Illinois 

RYAN, EDWARD J. 

6300 W. Wayne Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dent. School 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior ADA. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Dent. School Student Council 1, 4, Treas. 
4; Dental Newspaper 3, 4. 

RYAN, MICHAEL J. 

11818 S. Hole 

Chicago, Illinois 

Lodorians 1, 2; Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; St. 

Appolonia Guild 1 . 

SACOMANO, JOANNE J. 

631 Black Hills Dr. 
Claremont, California 
Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 4; Wasmann Biol. 
Soc. 1, 2. 

SAMIS, MARILYN J. 

6246 Magnolia 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club I; Pow Wow Weekend 1, 2; 

SNA. I. 2, 4; Variety Show 2; Women's 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 

SAPONARA, FAUST J. 

2712 Valley St. 
Las Vegas, Nevada 
Curtain Guild 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SAVAGE, MARY E. 

7440 Claremont 
Chicago, Illinois 

SCALA, ANTHONY E. 

1015 Hemlock Lane 
Mt. Prospect, Illinois 
Gold Torch Military Assn. 2, 3, 4; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 

4, Pres. 4; S.A.M. 4. 

SCHABERL, KARL N. 

418 Michael St. 
St. Marys, Pennsylvania 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, Exec. Coun- 
cil 3. 

SCHALKE, MARGARET M. 
348 Marengo Road 
Harvard, Illinois 
Loyola News 1, 2; Pow Wow Weekend 4, 
Sec. 4; S.A.L. 1, 2, 3; Theta Phi Alpha 
2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2; 
Welcome Week 4. 



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SCHANK, ROBERT J. 

1750 Columbia 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2; Young Republicans 2, 3. 

SCHEER, JOHN M. 

7209 Hamilton 
Chicago, Illinois 
A.U.S.A. I, 2; Gold Torch 3, 4; Young 
Democrats 3, 4. 

SCHERIBEL, KARL W. 

3018 Hollywood 
Chicago, Illinois 

Sigma Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 

3, Vice-Pres. 4. 

SCHMEDA, JOHN A. 

336 Kenilworth 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Delta Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 Dental School 
Choir 1, 2; St. Apollonia Guild 3, 4. 

SCHMIDT, CHARLES J. 

5200 Brown 
Skokie, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; 
Psych. Club 2, 4; SAL. 4. 

SCHMIDT, WILLIAM G. 

7034 Oriole 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 2, 3; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 3; Radio Club 2; SAM. 2, 3; Young 
Democrats 1, 2. 

SCHNOEBELEN, CHERYLE L. 

1310 Newport 

Chicago, Illinois 

Bus. Ad. Coeds 3, 4, Coed Club 1, 2, 3; 

Loyolan 1, 2; Marketing Club 2, 3; Theta 

Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Philanthropy Chmn. 4. 



SHERRY, JOHN L. 

7700 South Shore Dr. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4 Historical Soc. 3. 



Phi Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SHIU, ALBERT T. 

33 Queens Rd. 
Central, Hong Kong 



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SEEBERGER, JEFFREY T. 

562 Byrd Road 
Riverside, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Rush 
Chmn. 2, 3; Loyola News 1; Young Re- 
publicans 3, 4. 

SCHULTZ, MICHAEL J. 

5060 Newport 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 3, 4. 

SEMERAD, JOSEPH F. 

1933 Scoville Ave. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
Historical Society 3, 4; Young Democrats 
3, 4. 

SEMERAU, JOHN J. 

5001 Oriole 
Harwood Heights, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4; S.A.L. 1 . 

SERSHON, SUZANNE E. 

1 104 Lincoln 
Park Ridge, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2, 3. 

SHAUGHNESSY, MARTHA A. 

830 Lombard 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Wasmann Biological Soc. 1. 

SHEAHIN, JOHN M. 

88 Park Road 

Lagrange, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2, 3 Historical Soc. 2, 3, 4. 



SKINNER, MARGUERITE K. 

1424 Noyes 
Evanston, Illinois 

SKITTONE, PETER A. 

5154 Oakdale 
Chicago, Illinois 
Gold Torch 3, SAL. 1, 4. 

SLADEK, ROBERT M. 

124 Austin 

Oak Park, Illinois 

Phi Beta Pi 1 , 2, 3, 4, Social Chmn. 2, 

Vice-Pres. 4, Pledge Chmn. 4; S.A.M.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. 

SMITH, LEROY A. 

2816 Elbridge Way 

Michigan City, Indiana 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau 2,3; 

Student Council 2; Young Republicans 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

SMITH, PATRICIA M. 

3900 West 107 PI. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Circumference 4; Coed Club 1, 4, Service 
Chmn. 4; Historical Society 2; Human 
Relations Club 2; Psychology Club 4, Sec. 
4; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Scholarship 
Chmn. 4. 

SMITH, RONALD C. 

4915 Wolcott 

Chicago, Illinois 

Blue Key 1, 2, 3, Law School Delegate 2, 

3; Recent Decisions 2, 3, Case Editor 3. 

SMITH, WILLIAM M. 

2549 Washington 
Gary, Indiana 

SMITHWICK, JOHN W. 

8553 Dante Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Arts Council 4, Pres. 4; Blue Key 3, 4, 
Alumni Sec. 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 
4, SAL. 4; Tou Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 4. 

SOBOTA, ANTIONETTE M. 

3045 Central Pk. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 3; Historical Soc. 1; Kappa 
Beta Gammc 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Panhellenic 
Assoc. 4, Union Board Rep. 4; Union 
Board 4; Wasmann Biol. Soc. 1 . 

SOUDAH, HAROLD P. 

R.R. #2 
Kendallville, Indiana 
Blue Key 3, 4, Dental School Rep. 4; 
Dental School Student Council 4; Dental 
School Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 4, Assist. Edi- 
tor 3, Editor 4; Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pledgemaster 4, Scribe 3, St. Apollonia 
Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SPINNER, LESLIE P. 

742 Grove 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Busi- 
ness Ad. Newsletter 2, 3, 4, Assoc. Editor 

3, Editor 4; Union Board 4. 

SREDZINSKI, CLAUDE W. 

8324 Colfax 
Chicago, Illinois 
Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 3; French Conversa- 
tion Club 2, 4; Modern Language Club 3; 
Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4. 



STACHYRA, MARCIA F. 

322 West 117 St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Chamberlain Hall Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; 
Circumference 3, 4, Sec. 4; C.S.N.C. 2; 
Nursing Class Freshman Vice-Pres., Junior 
Treasurer, Senior Secretary; Loyola Wo- 
men 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Interhall 
Council 3; Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4; S.N. A. I. 
1, 3, 4; Wasmann Biol. Soc. 1; Who's 
Who in American Colleges 4. 

STACK, COLETTE A. 

1909 California 
Peoria, Illinois 
Circumference 4; Coed Club 1; Loyolan 1; 
Women's Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive 
Officer 3, 4; Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4, Rec. 
Sec. 4; S.N. A. I. 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

STASIGA, VIRGINIA C. 

4640 Paulina 
Chicago, Illinois 
Political Science Soc. 4. 

STASSEN, M. STANLEY 

5037 Oriole 
Harwood Heights, Illinois 
Sigma Lambda Beta 3, 4, Sec. 4; Uni- 
versity College Student Council 4. 

STERN, ROBERT J. 

2047 Touhy 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; St. Luke's Skit Com- 
mittee 4. 

STEVENS, MICHAEL L. 

521 5th Ave. 
Antigo, Wisconsin 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2, 3, 4. 

STIFT, ROBERT C. 

2542 Racine 
Chicago, Illinois 

STANASZCK, CHRISTINE 

541 3 Normandy 
Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1, 3, 4; Historical Society 1 ; 

Kappa Beta Gamma 3, 4, Historian 4; 

SAL. 3, 4; Wasmann Biol. Society 1, 2. 

STRICKER, FRANK A. 

1942 Fargo 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cadence 3, 4; Historical Society 2, 4; Phi 

Sigma Tau 3, 4; Riley Delano Theology 

Gold Key 3; Young Democrats 4. 

STRUBBE, THOMAS F. 

4024 West Eddy 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledgemaster 

3, President 4; Student Association 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

SUBAITIS, FRANCES R. 

3749 Washtenaw 

Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 

Corresponding Sec. 3, Pledgemistress 4; 

Coed Club 1, 2. 

SUNDE, RONALD R. 

30 Crestline Dr. 

Sau Francisco, California 

SWANSON, ROBERT T. 

2416 Belle Plaine 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 4. 

SWED, SUSAN C. 

9128 Cherry Ave. 
Morton Grove, Illinois 
Delaware Dorm Council 2; S.N.E.A. 4. 

SWICK, GERARD A. 

806 Vine Ave. 
Park Ridge, Illinois 

SWIETON, KATHLEEN A. 

1909 South 12th Ave. 

Maywood, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Coed Club 

1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Math Club 1, 2, 

3, 4. 



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TALANO, JAMES V. 

2510 Sayre 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Wasmann Biol. So- 
ciety 1 . 

TAYLOR, JOSEPH H. 

2947 West 102 PI. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Pledge Capt. 
3; Historical Soc. 1, 2, 3; Modern Lan- 
guage Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Delta 
2, 3, 4; Student Bar Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 

TENNYSON, ROBERT W. 

703 Ashland Ave. 
River Forest, Illinois 
Political Science Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. 

TESSARI, NATALIE A. 

255 West 1 15 St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2; Psych. Club 4; Theta 
Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 

THIES, FREDERICK T. 

King Arthur Apts. 

Northlake, Illinois 

Historical Society 3; Young Democrats 3. 

THOMAS, EITERER J. 

2642 Argyle 
Chicago, Illinois 
German Club 3, 4. 

TISHLER, IRV S. 

2009 Preuss Rd. 
Los Angeles, California 
ADA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Alpha Omega 
1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 2. 

TORME, KAREN L. 

81 26 Saginaw 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Circumference 3, 4; Coed Club 1, 2, 3; 
Pow Wow Weekend Dance Chmn. 3; Uni- 
versity Weekend Exec. Committee 2, 3; 
Variety Show Secretary 3. 

TROJANOWSKI, PHILIP F. 

2131 West 24th St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3, 4, Sec. 4; Beta Alpha 
Psi 4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

TURCO, MICHELLE 

6252 Leona 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 4; S.N.E.A. 4. 

TWOREK, FRANK M. 

3404 Nottingham 
Chicago, Illinois 
Math Club 3, 4; Physics Club 3; Ski Club 
2. 

ULLRICH, HELEN I. 

109 W. Park St. 
Mundelein, Illinois 

URBAN, DENNIS E. 

3623 N. Newland 

Chicago, Illinois 

Debating Team 4; Gold Torch 2, 3, 4; 

Hist. Soc. 2, 3; Pol. Sci. Soc. 2, 3, 4, 

Treas. 3, Vice-President 4. 

VALENTINO, LEONARD A. 

7257 Wabansia 

Elmwood Park, Illinois 

VALKIUNAS, JOHN J. 

3326 W. 61st St. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Gold Torch 4. 

VALLEE, CHRISTINE J. 

148 S. Craig 
Lombard, Illinois 
Alpha Tau Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4, Pledge Mis- 
tress 4; Coed Club 1; Nursing Council 4; 
Senior Class Nursing Vice-President; Steb- 
ler Hall Council 2, Sec. 2; Student Welfare 
Nursing Committee 4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 
I; White Cap 4, Editor 4; Y. D.'s 1. 



VEITH, CHARLES W. 

3808 W. 65 PI. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Dent. School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Psi Omega 
1, 2, 3, 4, Dent. School Council 2. 

VIGIL, MARGUERITE E. 

265 Palmer Ave. 

Northlake, Illinois 

Equestrian Soc. 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 1; 

Gerard Manley Hopkins 2; Wasmann Bio. 

Soc. 1, 2. 

VOGEL, EDWARD G. 

Benson, Illinois 
Blue Key 3, 4; Class Treas. 1, 2; Phi Chi 
1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4; S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 1 , 2. 

VOGEL, JOHN H. 

1 566 Leland Ave. 
Lima, Ohio 
Delta Sigma Delta 1,2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Class Sec. 

WADDY, ARTHUR R., JR. 

6235 Kenmore 
Chicago, Illinois 
CALM. 3; Epsilon Pi Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Historical Soc. 1, Human Relations Club 
2; Sigma Pi AlpTia 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 
Treas 3. 

WAGLEY, HARVEY F. 

3242 Nordica 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M. 4, Membership Chmn. 4. 

WALAN, JEFFREY T. 

323 Sunset 
Aurora, Illinois 
Econ. -Finance Soc. 2, 3, 4; Gold Torch 
3, 4; Young Republicans 2. 

WALAVICH, ROBERT J. 

6839 Campbell 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4. 

WALSH, KATHLEEN M. 

1 40 Menard 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Coed Club 2; 
S.A.L. 2. 

WALSH, LAWRENCE J. 

4716 Ashland 

Chicago, Illinois 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2, 4; Chardin Anthro, Soc. 

4; Modern Language Club 4; Phi Sigma 

Tau 3, 4. 

WEINSTEIN, SANDRA M. 

809 Lockwood 
Chicago, Illinois 
Arts Council 2; Coed Club 1, 2; Curtain 
Guild 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1; S.A.L. 2, 
Sec. 2; Theta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Social 
Chmn. 3. 

WEISBROD, ANITA E. 

4 1 82 Clarendon 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Psi Omega 1 , 2, 3, 4; C.A.L.M. 3, 
4; Coed Club 1; Curtain Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 3; Fine Arts Club 2; Historical Soc. 
1, 2; Loyola News 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Union Activities 
Bd. 2; United World Federalists 3, 4, Pres. 
4; Student Right's Committee 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties 4. 

WHITE, EDWARD G. 

44 Borglum Rd. 
Manhasset, New York 
Historical Soc. 3; Equestrian Soc. 3; Loyola 
News 3, News Editor 3; Young Republi- 
cans 3. 

WHITE, JACQUELINE H. 

201 Sherwood 

Decatur, Michigan 

Circumference 4; Historical Soc. 3; Sailing 

Club 3; S.N.E.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Young 

Democrats 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4. 



WHITTIER, FREDERICK C, JR. 

6044 North 21st Ave. 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Alpha Omega 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Phi 

Beta Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; 

S.A.M.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILAND, JEROME V. 

3134 Kilpatrick 
Chicago, Illinois 
S.A.M. 4, Rec. Sec. 4. 

WILLIAMS, IRMA C. 

942 Austin Blvd. 

Oak Park, Illinois 
Circumference 4; Coed Club 3; Delta Zeta 
Chi 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; S.A.L. 3, 4; Union 
Board 3. 

WILLIAMS, MICHAEL A. 

26 Franklin 
River Forest, Illinois 
Political Science Club 2, 3, 4. 

WINIARSKI, RONALD L. 

5273 Liano 
Chicago, Illinois 

WOJCIK, ANITA M. 

13201 Escanaba 
Chicago, Illinois 

Glee Club 1, Sophomore Class Treas.; 

Women's Rifle Club 1; S.N. A. I. 2. 

WURSTER, RALPH P. 

531 1 Ludlam 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4. 

YAKIMISKY, JOHN E. 

1718 Luna 
Chicago, Illinois 
Math Club 1, 3, 4; SAL. 4. 

YUEILL, LYNN M. 

6850 Oakton 
Niles, Illinois 

Pow-Wow Week Publicity Chairman 4; 

S.N.E.A. 4, Young Democrats 3. 

YUZEITIS, JAMES R. 

1714 Grace 
Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Delta Gamma 3, 4; Bridge Team 3 ; 
Captain 3; S.A.L. 4. 

ZAPPA, ROSALIE T. 

2858 Diversey 

Chicago, Illinois 

Historical Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Loyola News 

3, 4, Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4. 

ZAJAC, JUDY A. 

2440 Haddon 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1, 2; Curtain Guild 2, 3; Hu- 
man Relations Club 2; Loyola Women 1 ; 
Modern Language Club 3; S.A.L. 1 . 

ZEIGLER, DONALD W. 

520 Leamington 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 3, 4, Treas. 4. 

ZELESNIK, STANLEY E. 

453 Ash 
Waukegan, Illinois 
Curtain Guild 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Ski 
Club 3. 

ZIMMERMAN, PATRICIA M. 

9946 Washtenaw 
Chicago, Illinois 

ZIMMERMAN, RITA C. 

9946 Washtenaw 
Chicago, Illinois 

ZUREK, DENNIS J. 

2626 West 24 PI. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Photo Index 



— A — 

ABEGG, FRIAR VICTOR, OFM 

378 
ABEL, DR. D. HERBERT 165, 

339 
ABENE, ROBERT 370 
ABHALTER, ROBERT 342 
ADAMCZYK, RICHARD 342 
ADAMSENN, WAYNE 239 
ADLER, JEAN 261, 353 
AKERS, PAUL 266, 335 
ALAKSIEWICZ, JEROME 310 
ALBRECHT, JERRY 298 
ALBRIGHT, JOHN 369 
ALEKNOS, VITAS 288 
ALEXANDER. JOAN 207 
ALEXANDER, KIRK 223, 224 
ALLEN, LYNNE 331 
ALWINE, GAIL 256 
AMAR, BENEDICT 374, 375 
AMAR, YVONNE 374. 375 
AMATURO, DENNIS 290 
AMATURO, DR. FRANK 187 
AMOROSO, RUBY 208 209 
ANAGNOS, ALKILI 310 
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY 214 
ANDRE, MARJORIE 169 
ANDREWS, NANCY 324 
ANGEL, MARY ANN 330, 337 
ANGERBAUER, KENT 192 259 

277 
ANGLUM, ESSIE 206, 207 
ANNAN, DR. ORMSBY 164 
ANTHONY, MARY 324 
ANTOINE, LARRY 290 
ANTONELLI, PHYLLIS 215, 241 
ANTONSON, DONALD 363 
APPLEGREN, ROY 310 
APPLEGREN, MRS. ROY 310 
ARENDS. JOHN 384 
ARNOLD, CORNELIUS 313 
ARNOLD, DR LLOYD 169 
ARNSTEIN, STEVEN 271 
ARREGUIN, MARIE 207 
ASHKENAZ, PAUL 271 
ATHAS, GUS 385 
AUBRY, GAYLE 257, 324 
AUDY, MARY 353 
AUGUSTIN, ANTOINE 362 
AVNY, WARREN 271 
AYD, DR. FRANK 222 
AZZOLI, SALUATORE 288, 289 



— B — 

BABCOCK, DAVID 350 
BARBERNAC. SALLY JO 261 
BABOWICZ, EDWARD B 166 
BAIER, JOHN 356 
BAIETTO, JUDIE 272 
BALIUNAS, AL 307, 412 
BALOGH, GEORGE 163 
BAMBER, NORM 347 
BANDALA, MARY ANN 261 

308, 373, 372 
BANICH. TERRY 373 
BANKOWSKI. DONNA 346 
BANNAN, DR. JOHN 169 
BARACCLI, RONALD 288 
BARAL, SAM 271 
BARANCZUK, RICHARD 297 



BARANOWSKI, CYNTHIA 339 
BARATTA, CAROL 247, 282, 

283 
BARCZAK, REV. RENE OFM. 

346 
BARNET, DR. ROBERT 202, 203 
BARNETT, FRANK 203, 288 
BARNEY, JOSEPH 242, 298 
BARRETT, KAY 277 
BARRETT, PAUL 335, 344, 

377, 378 

BARRY, DR. JAMES D. 166 
BARRY, DR. ROBERT 169 
BART, WILLIAM 336, 353, 385 
BARTEL, RAYMOND 342 
BARTH, PATRICIA 331 
BARTHOLOMEW, THOMAS 347 
BARTLETT, MICHAEL 270, 271 
BARTNICZAK, STANLEY 269 
BASCH, CAROL 357 
BASSETT, LOVERT 342 
BAUMHART, REV. RAYMOND 

S.J. 174, 235 
BAWDEN, RALPH 342 
BEAULIEU, JACK 347 
BEAUMONT, MICHELE 348 
BECKER, DR. WALTER 368 
BEDNARZ, MICHAEL A. 166 
BEHM, KATHLEEN 216 
BEIFUSS, DR. PAUL P. 166 
BELL, CORKY 398 
BELL, HUGH 266 
BELMONT, JAMES 347 
BENAK, FRANK 258, 262, 312, 

378, 380 
BENCIC, MIKE 322 
BENDER, KATHERINE 162, 

261, 280, 372 
BENFORD, GERALD 259, 292, 

293 
BENNETT, ELIZABETH 348 
BENNIGNUS. JANET 245 
BEREZNAK, BETTY 331 
BERG, JAMES 288, 289 
BERGHOFF, VALERIE 222 
BERLINGER, DANIEL 342 
BERMAN, MICHAEL 226 
BERMAN, STEVEN 200, 202 

203 
BERNARD, LAURA 208, 209 
BERTAGNI, DR. & MRS. HUGO 

294 
BIELAK, RUSS 279 
BIERI, REV. JOHN W. 198 
BIESTEK REV. FELIX, S.J. 214, 

215 
BIGONGIARI, MARY 236, 237, 

272, 273 
BIKUS, JOHN 252, 337 
BILD, GEOFFREY 271 
BILEK, MARY ANN 354 
BILINSKI, BARBARA 308 
BINOTTI, DAVID 310 
BINSFELD, JAMES 347 
BIRD, RICHARD 302 
BIRREN, ROBERT 32 
BLACK, JERRY 337 
BLAKE, GERRY 331 
BLAKE, MARION 213 
BLAKEMORE, JOHN 306, 307, 

41 1 
BLANCHET, DR. LOUIS 188 



BLANKS, KATHY 346 
BLASI, REV. AUGUSTUS 221 
BLECHA, ROBERT J. 268 
BLIER, GLENNA 207 
BLOCK, JOHN 294, 295 
BLUMENTHAL, JO-CAROL 331 
BOAGUIDI, STEVE 297 
BOASTROM, ROGER 242, 243 
BOBERNAC, SALLY JO 260, 

308, 331 
BOCK, PAUL 294 
BOEKRAAD, REV. ADRIAN, 

MHM 169 
BOGAERTS, CHARLENE 353 
BOMMARITO, DR. BERNARD 

222 
BONAGURO, JOHN 259, 294, 

295 
BONK, SUSAN 340 
BORGAND, JOHN M. 174 
BORIL, GERRY 349 
BOUGH, EDWARD 258, 259, 

376 
BOUKOUS, JAMES 289 
BOWERS, GAYE 308 
BOWERS, KATHLEEN 381 
BOWMAN, REV. S.J. 313 
BOWMAN, WINFRED 256 
BOYCE, SUSAN 331 
BOYDA, ROBERT 337 
BOYER, JOHN 342 
BOYLER, JOHN 350 
BOZIC, KITTY 357, 370 
BRACEGIRDLE, DARLENE 207 
BRACKETT, BILL 410 
BRADEL, ALICE 207 
BRADLEY, SUSAN 318 
BRADEY, LEE D. 354 
BRANDAU, HERMAN 259 
BRANDIMORE, ROBERT 294, 

295 
BRANNON, KAROLYN 261 
BRASKY, TED 364 
BRAUNER, HEINZ 267 
BRACIAK, ELAINE 340 
BRAVOS, GEORGE 353, 380 
BREENE, THOMAS 288 
BREITENBACH, J. 342 
BREMNER, SUSAN 346 
BREMNER, THOMAS 409 
BRENNAN, JOHN S. 166 
BRESCIA, DR. NICHOLAS 188 
BREZINA, RICHARD 330 
BRINKMANN, RICHARD 370 
BRODER, MARVIN 271 
BROOKS, MARY ANNE 273 
BROWN, AL 203 
BROWN, BRAD 225 
BROWN, DANIEL 222 
BROWN, DENNIS 230, 238 
BROWN, JAMES 310 
BROWN, MARY 323 
BROWN, NANCY 318 
BROWN, ROBERT 335, 399 
BROWN, ROD 163 
BROZENEC, SALLY 236, 272, 

349 
BRUNNER, JERRY 301 
BRUNOD, MARY ALICE 354 
BRUZZINI, DANIEL 364 
BUCHTHAL, DAVID 353 
BUCKLEY, THOMAS 169 
BUCKER, FRANK 288 
BASICZYNSKYJ, MARIA 414, 

415 
BUDVAITIS, MARLYNN 358 
BUHL, RICHARD 46, 342 
BUNDA, MARY ANN 341 
BURCH, DR. WILLIAM 188 
BURDA, MARY ANN 336 
BUREN, BARBARA 233, 308 

366 
BURGOON, THOMAS 163 
BURKE, ROMANA 214 
BURKE, SHARON 261 
BURKE, TERRENCE 336, 341 
BURLAGE, REV. CARL, S.J. 162 
BURLINGHAM, REV. RALPH 

215 
BURNETT, JOHN 335,370 410 
BURRELL, DR. ELLIOTT 164 
BURTON, EDWARD 399 
BURTON, JOHN 288 
BUSCHBACHER, MICHAEL S. 

234, 278 
BUSSCHER, WARREN 350, 356, 

377 
BUTLER, GAIL 356 
BUTLER, FRANK L. 33, 385 
BUZZ, LENNY 307 
BYRNE, KATHY 335 
BYRNE, PATEICIA 236, 324 
BYRNES, GEORGE 266 



— C — 

CAFFERTY, GENE 398 
CAHILL, ROBERT 160 
CAILE, JAMES 352 
CALIHAN, ROBERT 398 
CAMP, RALPH 284 
CAMPBELL, DAVID 349 
CAMPBELL, GEORGE 288 
CAMPBELL, REV. JAMES 215, 

216 
CONDIOTO, FRANK 305 
CANEPA, DAVE 267 
CANNING, LILA 272 
CANTAFIO, DR. JOSEPH 191 
CAPORUSSO, MARION 336 
CAPPIELLO, JOSEPH 310 
CAREY, PAT 234, 235, 268, 

356 
CARLO, ANNE 361 
CARLSON, JEFFERY 304 
CARLSON, LAWRENCE 239, 

310 
CAROBUS, JOHN II 376 
CARR, TERRENCE 312 
CARREON, CECELIA 344 
CARROLL, BERNICE 207 
CARROLL, MARY 376 
CARROLL, PATRICIA 253 
CARROLL, RICHARD 288 
CASEY, DR. PATRICK J. 166 
CASSARETTO, DR. FRANK 164 
CASSARI, ANNE 224 
CASSIDY, PATRICIA 345 
CASSIDY, THOMAS 304, 305, 

350 
CASSIDY, WILLIAM 238, 288 
CASTRANOVA, THOMAS 399 
CATANIA, DR. FRANCIS 169 
CAUFIELD, CHARLES 175 
CAVANAUGH, WILLIAM C. 166 
CELESCHI, DENNIS 353 
CELESTE, SISTER MARIE 168, 

256 
CENAR, GEORGE 307, 411 
CERNIAK, GERALD 292, 293 
CEROTZKE, KENNETH 278 
CETINSKE, EDWARD 313 
CHADWICK, KENNETH 342 
CHAMBERLAIN, DANIEL 373 
CHAMBERLAIN, ELLEN 325 
CHAPMAN, LAUREN LEE 317 
CHATTON, TIMOTHY 310,364 
CHAVIN, PAUL 305 
CHAVEZ, ROBERT 277 
CHENICEK, DONALD 213 
CHENEY, KATHY 373 
CHESROW, CHARLOTTE 83, 

340 
CHOUKAS, DR. NICHOLAS 188 
CHROMICZ, JOYCE 209, 210 
CHWIERUT, MARCIA 331 
CHYBA, RICHARD 342 
CINCOSKI, REV. EDWARD, S.J. 

165 
CINTRIN, WILLIAM 288 
CIRCO, RUSSELL 172, 346 
CIRONE, JOHN 347 
CIZON, DR. FRANK 214 
CLABOTS, MICKEY 324 
CLANCY, JAMES 268 
CLARK, CLARENCE 370 
CLARK, DR. EARL J. 166 
CLARK, SGT. GARNETT 168 
CLARKSON, RITA C. 166, 374, 

375 
CLAUS, DR. ALBERT 170 
CLAVELLI, CARL 342 
CLAYES, DR. STANLEY A. 166 
CLEARY, JOSEPH 399 
CLEARY, KATHLEEN 272, 324 
CLOHESY, WILLIAM 349 
CLOSE, MICHAEL 373 
COAKLEY, JAMES 172 
COLEMAN, JAMES 335, 392, 

395, 397 
COLEMAN, KEVIN 342 
COLEMAN, RUSSELL 397 
COLLARD, JAMES 288 
COLLETTI, MARIETTA 331 
COLLINS, RICHARD 357 
COLOSIMO, TONY 307 
CONDON, JEFFREY 267 
CONDON, MARK 114 
CONDON, RICHARD 344 
CONIGLIO, KATHY 331 
CONDON, MAURA 272 
CONLON, LEON 240, 385 
CONLY, LORRAINE 224 
CONNAUGHTON, DANIAL 335, 

397 
CONNELLY, DR. GEORGE 169 
CONNELLY JAMES 346, 362 
CONNELLY, JOHN 167 



426 



CONNELLY, MICHAEL 240, 

385 
CONNELLY, TIMOTHY 44 
CONNERY, FRANCES 202 
CONN IFF, KATHY 331 
CONNOLLY, DR. MARY 207 
CONRAD, CHARLES 234 
CONROYD, COLEEN 308 
CONSTANTINE, SISTER MARY, 

SSJ 65 
CONWAY, BARRY 323 
COOK, CATHERINE 166 
COOK, MARY J. 33; 236, 258, 

263 
COONAN, DR. THOMAS 222 
CORASINITI, VALERIE 324, 325 
CORBOY, SHEILA 280 
CORCORAN, JOHN 288 
CORCORAN, MARIAN 207 
CORDES, DR. HUMPHREY 165 
CORR, MARY 247, 273 
CORREIA, DOUGLAS 358 
CORRIGAN, KATHY 331 
CORSO, CONNIE 373 
CORTESI, NINA 346 
COUGLAN, WILLIAM 233 
COX, BARBARA 349 
COX, DANIEL 306, 307 
CRADDOCK, CAPT. NICHOLAS 

168 
CRAKE, DANIEL 242 
CRANE, PATRICIA 362 
CRATTY. BARBARA 245 
CRISHAM, THOMAS 385 
CROKE, DANIEL 259, 298 
CROWE, BRIAN 343 
CRUMMY, JAMES 337 
CULEN, ELAINE 391 
CUMMINGS, GEORGE 175 
CUNIO, CAM 331 
CUPP, EDWARD 163 
CUSACK, THOMAS 232, 259 
CUTLER, STEVE 373 
CYCHULSKI, ANN 349 
CZARNECKI, AL 370 

— D — 

DAGENAIS, MISS 91 
DAGENI AS, MARGARET 165 
DALE, ROBERT 223, 225 
DALY, THOMAS 342 
DALY, WILLIAM 395 
DAMMANN, GORDON 312 
DANE, BARBARA 272, 324 
DANEK, TERRENCE 239, 277, 

364 
DARO, GINA 168 
DARON, CAROL 242 
DAVENPORT, DOLORES 282, 

325 
DAVENPORT, NANCY 325 
DAVIS, DR. BARBARA 166 
DAVIS, DR. ROBERT M. 166 
DAVIS, WILLIAM 221 
DAVITO, JOHN 342 
DAVY, THOMAS 358 
DAWSOM, SUZANNE 385 
DAWSON, DR. PAUL 188 
DE BONIS, DANIEL 277 
DEBRE, JOSEPH 342 
DE BRUIN, GERALD 294 
DEBS, JEAN 348 
DE DOMENICO, PAUL 310 
DE GRAZIA, FREDERICK 330, 

339 
DE GRYSE, RUBY 172 
DEHLER, REV. WILLIAM, S.J. 

169 
DEITSCHEL, CHARLES 200, 203 
DE JOHN, JAMES 372 
DELANEY, GENIE 324 
DEL CAMPO, JOSE 269 
DEL CARLO, PAUL 294, 364 
DEL MONICO, RALPH 191, 

239, 310, 364 
DELUGA, VINCENT 347 
DEMPSEY, DONNA 372 
DENDLER, KATHY 325 
DE ORIO, ANTHONY 306, 307, 

411 
D'ESPOSITO, T. 331, 350 
DEVINE, JOAN 245 
DEVLIN, WILLIAM 277 
DEZUR, THOMAS 305 
Dl CARLO, CARLO 342 
DICKASON, SAM 310 
DICKINSON, DR. DONALD H. 

172 
DIDIER, MARY ELLEN 167 
DIDZERKIS, LORETTA 247, 

308, 331 
DIEPETRAPAOLO, CELESTE 342 



DIETER, LYNN 373 
DIETZ, CHARLES 356 
DiGIROLAMO, ROBERT 297 
DILLON, REV. JOHN T., S.J. 

351 
DINELLI, DONALD 297 
DINGER, DENNIS 378 
DINICOLA, JOHN 223 
DINOKE, JOHN 342 
DIRTCHLE, CHUCK 288 
DISHER, JAMES 342 
DITZ, GERHARD 170 
DiVITO, JANICE 236, 272 
DLUGOSZ, JOSEPH 365 
DOE, JOHN 279 
DOERING, RONALD 277 
DOHERTY, GERRI 331 
DOHERTY, PHILIP 168 
DOLAN, EDWARD 222 
DOLAN, THOMAS 1 68, 1 69 
DOLGOS, ROY 398 
DOLLARD, REV. STEWART E„ 

S.J. 180 
DOMAN, LISSA 308 
DOMARK, DENNIS 277, 364 
DOMARK, DENNIS 239 
DOMBROWSKI, RONALD 349 
DOMINGO, GEORG7 170 
DONAHUE, JACK 230 
DONATELLI, ROSEMARY 165 
DONOVAN, WILLIAM 288 
DONQIEUX, GENE 193 
DONOHUE, JAMES 233 
DONTICELLI, CLARENCE 273 
DOUBLES, RITA 207 
DOVICHI, ARLENE 366 
DOVIDIO, ERNEST 277 
DOWN, JACQUELINE 216,241 
DOWNEY, MAUREEN 223 
DOYLE, CAROL 225 
DOYLE, REV. CHARLES, S.J. 

171 
DRAGHI, RON 268 
DREAS, ROBERT 340 
DRESDOW, STAFF SGT. 

CHARLES 168 
DRESDEN, DIANE 282 
DRESSMAN, THOMAS 350 
DRISCOLL, JIM 230 
DRISCOLL, JOHN 304, 305 
DRISCOLL, DR. RICHARD 167 
DRULAY, REV. 165 
DUBUQUE, DR. REMI 166 
DUDA, SUSAN 282, 283 
DUDEK, MICHAEL 224, 225, 

226 
DUKETTE, RITA 214 
DUNFORD, JERRY 226 
DUNFORD, JIM 224 
DUNN, RAYMOND 310, 364 
DUNNE, EDWARD W. 32 
DUNNE, JUDY 317, 349 
DURKAN, MARION 272 
DURKIN, JAMES 268, 269 
DVORAK, KATHARINE 316, 

375 
DWYER, MARGARET 214, 216, 

241 
DWYER, MARY CATHERINE 

261, 331, 351, 353 
DWYER, SHEILAH 242 
DYKLA, JOHN 170, 356 
DZIEDAINA, DIANE 345 
DZIK, MARY ANN 207 



— E — 

EARLEY, ROBERT 252, 337 
ECKERLE, RONALD 216, 241 
EDMONDS, CLETUS 394, 397 
EFFA, MARGARET 261 
EGAN, ROBERT J. 26, 47 
EHEMANN, ALICE 280, 331, 

353 
EHRMAN, DIANE 308, 316 
EISCHEN, JERRY 298 
EICHINGER, DONNA 351 
EKLUND, ARLENE 325 
ELAM, JUDY 325 
ELIPHANT, PATRICIA 340 
ELLIS, BUDDY 193 
EMANUELE, NICHOLAS 379 
ENGEL, DAWN 273 
ENGELS, PETER 223, 226 
ENGERT, ELIZABETH 317, 349 
EPSTEIN, LESLIE 352 
ERICKSON, RALPH 389 
EVANS, CHARLES 277 
EVETT, REV. LESTER J., S.J. 

189 
EWALD, BETTY 238 



— r — 

FAFORD, MARILYN 261, 272, 
273 

FAGAN, MICHAEL 233, 259, 

307 
FAGAN, PETER 270, 271 
FALVEY, PATRICK 294 
FARDY, RICHARD 307 
FARRAGE, JAMES 277 
FARRELL, JAMES 297 
FARRELL, REV. WALTER, S.J. 

183 
FASANO, ROSS 342 
FATINI, JOHN 277 
FAUBL, HERMAN 329 
FEEGAN, JOHN 329 
FELICE, REV. JOHN 222 
FERRARO, JUDY 331 
FIAL, DIANE 324 
FINAN, JAMES 234, 365 
FINK, DR. MICHAEL 222, 223, 

225 
FINN, MARK 294 
FINNEGAN, THOMAS 297 
LINOCCHARIO, LOUIS 216 
FISHBIEN, DR. MORRIS 32 
FISCHER, ED 223, 225 
FISHER, ROSEMARY 241 
FISHMAN, DAVE 253, 376 
FITCH, NINA 372 
FITZGERALD, DAN 114 
FITZGERALD, JOHN 336, 382 
FLAVIN, JOHN 234 
FLETCHER, DR. JACKSON 191 
FLETCHER, JAMES 232, 252, 

258, 259, 263, 337, 348 
FLETCHER, ROBERT 376 
FLYNN, CHUCK 114 
FLYNN, JEANNINE 325 
FORD, MICHAEL 385 
FORSTHOEFEL, DAVID 350 
FOX, COLLEEN 272 
FOX, REV. R., S.J. 370 
FOY, CAROL 381 
FRANCIS, STEVE 335 
FREDERICKS, DR. MARCEL 

172, 362 
FREI, KATHY 331 
FRENANDEZ, DR. LILIA 168 
FREIBERG, CARTER 165 
FRIEND, EVE 27, 47, 308 
FRISBY, MICHAEL 365 
FROELICH, CID 266 
FRONTEZAK, MARY JO 272, 

325 
FUERTGES, DAN 277 
FULBRIGHT, JAMES 239, 310, 

311 
FULLER, JAMES 372 

— G — 

GABRIEL, LUCY 256, 353 
GADDINI, OLIVER 384 
GAGLIANO, DR. JOSEPH 167 
GALAWAY, WILLIAM 346 
GALEA, REV. CARMEL 169 
GALLAGHER, DR. LIGEIA 222 
GALLAGHER, JANET 362 
GALLAGHER, REV. RALPH A., 

S.J. 212 
GALLIANI, ROBERT 293 
GARCIA, ANTHONY 342 
GARCIA, DONA 317 
GARCIA, ROSARIO 351 
GAREN, DOME 362 
GARGANO, PAUL 288 
GARGIULO, ANTHONY W. 189 
GARRETT, GAIL 325 
GARVEY, MICHAEL 232, 259, 

297 
GARVEY, RICHARD 307, 411, 

412 
GARVEY, MRS. WINIFRED 190 
GRUGHAN, JAMES J. 32 
GAY, ROBERT 356 
GAYDA, MARILYNN 261 
GEARY, CATHERINE 172,361 
GEDDO, FRANCES 207 
GEIGEL, EDWARD 193 
GEIMER, ROGER A. 166 
GELDHOF, JANICE 325 
GULANICK, MARY ELLEN 415 
GEOFFREY, GERALD 193 
GERAGHTY, MARTIN 377 
GERHARD, DR. RINERT 189, 

191 
GERRIETTS, DR. JOHN S. 166 
GERTY, FRANCIS J, M.D. 44 
GETZ, ROBERT A. 302 
GETZENDANNER, VINCENT 

385 



GEYER, GEORGE 169 
GHEYSEN, ARTHUR 365 
GIRCONE, GREGORY 279 
GIALLANZA, THOMAS 233 
GIERACH, DONNA 372 
GILBERT, LEE 163 
GILMORE, MARY ANN 325 
G'INSBURG, ARNIE 397 
GIPP. QUENT 163 
GIUSTI, MARLENE 273 
GLAZER, CHRIS 337 
GOECOECHEA, ROBERT 374, 

375 
GOLDBERGS, DR. ALLEN 270 
GOLDIE, DR. MARK 164 
GOLEC, THOMAS 310 
GOLNIK, AL 278, 279 
GONDECK, MARCIA 317 
GONSIOR, ELAINE 238 
GOODMAN, EVAN 270, 271 
GOODNOW, CHARLES 351 
GOODRICH, MARGARETH 331 
GORDON, GEORGE 348 
GORDON, ROBERT 271 
GORMAN, DR. THOMAS R. 166 
GORZELNIK, ANNE 373 
GOTO, NELSON 277 
GOVEKAR, PAUL 347, 378 
GRACHERIO, JOSEPH 293 
GRACYK, NANCY 308, 331, 

366 
GRAHAM, STEVE 372 
GRANT, DENNIS 307 
GRANT, REV. GERARD G. 358 
GRANT, MARY 331 
GRANT, PAUL 212, 213 
GRECO, MIKE 347 
GREEN, RICHARD 307 
GREEN, ROBERT 270, 271 
GRIFFARD, BERNARD 342, 343 
GRIFFIN, HUGH 322 
GRIFFIN, PATRICK 288 
GRILL, JOSEPH 346 
GRIMALDI, VITO 342 
GRIMES, ANDY 163 
GRIMSON, KEITH 193 
GRISAMORE, DR. THOMAS L. 

189 
GRITIS, PATRICIA 280 
GRODOSKI, GAIL 272, 273 
GROHAR, BILL 266 
GROLLIG, REV. FRANCIS, S.J. 

167, 306, 307, 330 
GRONKIEWOCZ, EDMOND 385 
GROSS, DR. EDWIN 172 
GROSSI, PHILIP 202 
GROTHUS, MARION 353, 371, 

414, 415 
GROVER, MARY 351 
GRUBB, WENDY 366 
GRUBER, DR. ROLF G. 189 
GRYGIENC, DIANE 346 
GUI DA, DR. ALFRED 222 
GUIDO, JAMES 267 
GUNDERSON, DUANE 277 
GUTEK, DR. GERALD 165 
GUTTES, DR. EDWARD 164 
GUZIOR, ANITA 282 
GUZY, RONALD 298 
GYLYS, LINAS 307 

— H — 

HACKERT, VALERIE 273 
HAENNICKE, GEORGE 347 
HAGEDORN, THOMAS 364 
HAGGERTY, TERRY 223, 225, 

226 
HAHN, JERRY, 389, 399 
HALBERG, TERRY 337 
HALL, JOHN 297 
HALMAN, CHARLES 342 
HAMMEL, CHARLES 202 
HANNAGAN, JERRY 350 
HANKO, MR. 188 
HANLON, GERALD 213 
HANNAH, MARY 272 
HANRAHAN, JUDY 346 
HARALDSON, JOYCE 357 
HARRINGTON, DAVE 223, 224 
HARRIS, DR. ALFRED, 191, 270 
HARRIS, MRS. ALFRED 270 
HARRIS, BRUCE 239, 270, 271 
HARRIS, MRS. BRUSE 270 
HARRIS, RICHARD 163 
HARRIS, ROBERT 340 
HART, JOHN 226 
HARTMAN, ROBERT 349 
HARTNETT, MADGE 308, 331 
HARTNETT, REV. ROBERT, S.J. 

170 
HARTNETT, ROSEMARY C. 1 66 



427 



j 



HARTZER, RONALD 310 
HARVEY, MARY ANN 316,317 
HASBROUCK, JANE 351,414, 

415 
HAUSER, JOSEPH 340 
HAUSSLER, MAXINE 346 
HAWKINS, JOAN 331 
HAWLER, DR. 164 
HAVERTY, SHEILA 308 
HAYES, ALICE 169 
HAYES, CONSTANCE 33 
HAYES, REV. J. DONALD, SJ. 

114, 322, 350 
HAYES, JOHN 290 
HAYES, PHIL 335 
HAYNE, TONY 226 
HEATH, JAMES 240 
HECHT, REV. F. TORREWS, S.J. 

169 
HEIMAN, GERALD 310 
HEINIS, THOMAS 365 
HELLER, HAROLD 365 
HELLER, DR. MELVIN 165 
HENCIRIK, JOSEPH 342 
HENDERSHEID, JEAN 324 
HENDERSON, REV. LAURENCE 

E., S.J. 163, 165 
HENEGHAN, JACK 322 
HENEK, ALICE 331 
HENNING, BARRETT 302 
HENNING, PATRICK 302 
HENRY, MARIANN 236, 272 
HERMAN, ROSS 279 
HERR, REV. VINCENT, S.J. 171 
HERRMANN, JOAN 261, 308 
HETLER, DENNIS 259 
HEYDEN, ART 365 
HIBNER, WILLIAM 352 
HINCKLEY, JAMES 307 
HINDMANN, JAMES 223, 225 
HINMAN, LARRY 322 
HISSONG, CECELIA 202 
HITZELBERGER, PAUL 365 
HODGSON, JEFFERY 349 
HODKOWSKI, TED 336 
HODUR, ROBERT 310 
HOFFMAN, GEORGE 339 
HOFFMAN, ROBERT 310 
HOGAN, MAUREEN 308 
HOGAN, MIKE 398 
HOGAN, WILLIAM 307 
HOHNWALD, ERIC 294 
HOLBEY, LAWRENCE 288, 289 
HOLLENKAMP, JOSEPH 342, 

347 
HOLMAN, GARY 410 
HOLMAN, LANS 342, 343 
HOLMES, KEN 365 
HOOD, VIVIAN 316 
HOOVER, ROBERT 288 
HOMAN, BETH 211, 236, 272, 

324 
HOPFNER, DANIEL 384 
HOPKINSON, GINNY 308 
HOPPENJANS, LYNDA 324 
HORN, DONALD 342 
HOSEK, CHRIS 273 
HOWE, MARGARET 391 
HOWELL, WILLIAM 212 
HOWLAND, JUDY 318 
HOWLETT, MARY LOU 308 
HUBBELL, RICHARD 342 
HUBENY, EDWARD 294 
HUBRICH, LOU 288 
HUBRICH, RON 365 
HUCKLENBROICH, JEANNINE 

316, 331, 366 
HUDSON, JOHN W. 164,372 
HUMMERT, DR. PAUL A. 166, 

341 
HUMPHREY, DAVID 172 
HUNT, EDWARD 379 
HURM, RAYMOND 238, 288, 

289 
HUSTON, DR. JOHN 164 



ICUDELLA, GEORGE 292 
IGGERS, DR. WILMA 168 
IGNOFFO, MATTHEW 342, 343 
IMLAY, MARY ELLEN 272, 324 
IMPASTATO, CARL 365 
INDA, ARDEN 278 
INORALSKI, ROBERT 346 
IRELAND, GEORGE 388 
ISBELL, RONALD 310 
ISTOK, SUSAN 357 
IVAN, DIANE 317, 349 
IZZO, RICHARD 268, 269, 342 



JACHIMOWSKI, MARY ELLEN 

351 
JACHINSKI, JANICE 317 
JACKS, ROBERT 342 
JACOBS JAMES JR. 259,298 
JACOBSEN, REV. JEROME, S.J. 

167, 220 
JACOBSON, EVERETT 304 
JAKUBCO, JERRY 352 
JAKUBCO, PAUL 268 
JAMES, ROBERT 277 
JANET, SISTER MARY, CSFN 

208 
JANULAITIS, MINDAUGAS 305 
JARABAK, DR. JOSEPH 188, 

193 
JARMOC, MAX 234, 235 
JARMUTH, DIANE 222 
JARROTT, DR. CATHERINE 166 
JARVIS, RAY 223 
JASELSKIS, DR. BRUNO 164 
JASKE, ALICE 242, 343 
JASKOWSKI, DR. BENEDICT 164 
JAVOR BERNADETTE 261, 

308, 331, 366 
JAZTREMBOWSKI, MARTIN 

302 
JAZWIAK, JOHN 176 
JEANNE, SISTER MARY, CSFN 

208 
JEARAS, JUDY 331 
JELSO, DAMIAN 277 
JENKINS, CHARLES 342, 378 
JENKINS, HILARY ANNE 216 
JEREMIA, KATHY 331 
JESS, LEE 33, 277 
JESS, LESS 239, 259 
JINDRICH, CHARLES 301 
JOEBGEN, FRANK 242, 243, 

376, 378 
JOHNSON, JAMES 256, 399 
JOHNSON, JOSEPH 342 
JOHNSON, PAT 342 
JOLFSSON, BRIAN DR. 205 
JOLIVETTE, VINCE 307,411, 

412 
JONES, LAVERNE 354 
JONES, LLEWELLYN 368 
JONES, MR. 164 
JORGENSEN, LEONARD R. 168 
JORGENSEN, WAYNE 342 
JUDD, MARIS 325 
JUDGE, CHARLES 239, 368, 

259, 294 

JUDGE, THOMAS 347 
JUSKE, PAUL 234 
JUSKEVICH, BOB 266 
JUSKIEWICZ, BARBARA A. 33, 

260, 261 

JUST, THEODORE J. 357 
JUSTICE, JOHN 284 



— K — 

KACHELSKI, AUDREY 207 
KAEPPLINGER, MARJORIE 207 
KAISER, DR. LEO 165 
KAJILAWA, CHRIS 224 
KALIN, MARTIN G. 262 
KALOWSKI, TINA 331 
KAMAI, WILLIAM 378 
KAMYKOWSKI, DAN 370 
KAMYKOWSKI, ED 370 
KANE, MARY ANN 272, 283 
KANE, MARY ELLEN 33, 252, 

258, 260, 261, 263, 337, 345 
KANE, JAMES 365 
KANE, ROBERT 239, 364 
KAPKE, GARY E. 352 
KARIBO, JOANNE 223, 225 
KARLOW, TOM 226 
KARNICKI, ALFRED 200, 202 
KAROS, CONNIE 262, 308, 331 
KATEN, SISTER ANN 257 
KATZ, DR. SUSAN 270 
KAVALIANAS, ALGIRDAS, M.D. 

200 
KAWILINSKI, BERNADETTE 

345 
KEELER, MARGARET 207 
KEENAN, WILLIAM 397 
KEENE, JOSEPH 294 
KELLAM, CONSTANCE 214 
KELLEY, DON 410 
KELLY, FRAN 290 
KELLY, JOSEPH 167 
KELLY, ROSALEEN 325 
KELLY, REV. VINCENT, S.J. 169 
KEMP, ROBERT 346 
KEMPER, SUE 324 
KENNEDY, DICK 242, 243 



KENNEDY, JANE 207 
KENNEDY, RICHARD 307 
KENNEDY, DR. THOMAS 171, 

221 
KENNEDY, WILLIAM 288, 289 
KENNY, ROSEMARY 273 
KERBER, KEN 230 
KERRIGAN, NANCY 272 
KEVIN, JAMES 284 
KHAZAN, HAMAAL 362 
KIBASTAS, LYNDIA 294 
KILEY, ROGER J. 32, 385 
KIM, RODNEY 277 
KIMERY, GLADYS 206, 207 
KINIERY, DR. PAUL 167, 180, 

181 
KING, DR. IMOGENE 207 
KINNERY, KENNETH 293 
KIRKLAND, CHARLES 310 
KLAPP, JOHN 373 
KLASSEN, SARAH 261 
KLESS, JUDY 141, 415 
KLEGG, MICHAEL 292, 293 
KLEM, JAMES 306, 307, 336 
KLEVE, ROGER 283 
KLOBUCAR, HELENE 331 
KLOCKO, EILEEN 331 
KLOS, CAROLYN 338 
KLUNDER, PATRICK 342 
KNAKE, WALTER 221, 313 
KNAUS, LAUREN 316 
KNES, CAROL 308, 340, 349, 

366 
KNIEPER, WAYNE 297 
KOBEL, LINDA 371 
KOBLER, DR. FRANK 171 
KOEHLER, RONALD 335 
KOERNER, FRANK 293 
KOLEK, ROBERT E. 259, 268 
KOLIRRICH, JIM 288 
KOLLE, SUSAN 261, 272 
KOLODZIEJ, JOHN 310 
KOLOSA, ARLENE 282 
KOLTON, MARILYN 261 
KONAUKA, JANINE 339,351, 

354 
KONDOLEON, THEODORE 169 
KOPOLA, BEVERLY 272 
KOPROWSKI, ELAINE 172,252, 

337 
KOPULSKY, MARVIN 175 
KORANDA, KATHLEEN 272, 

331 
KORBAKIS, JOHN P. 310 
KORDASH, TERENCE 293 
KOSIAK, MICHAEL 268, 347 
KOSTINA, DALE 193 
KOUBA, KEN 344 
KOUTNIK, ALFRED 277 
KOVAC, ALAN 344 
KOWNACKI, RALPH 342, 343 
KOZAK, PETER 372 
KOZIOL, RAYMOND 202, 238 
KRAH, JAMES 163 
KRANCE, BOB 242, 243 
KREAFSEY, JOHN 240 
KREJCI, DAVID 330 
KREMPER, JOSEPH 288 
KRETZ, MARGARET 352 
KREUTZJANS, HANK 411,412 
KRIRIS, JUDY 370 
KRISTOPAITIS, RAY 370 
KRIVIS, JOSEPH 323, 342, 343 
KROGH, JEANNE 213 
KROL, CINDY 391 
KROLIKOWSKI, REV. WALTER, 

S.J. 32, 33, 256 
KRUCHENS, HANK 307 
KRUEGER, THOMAS 301 
KRUEGER, ROBERT 342 
KRUGER, MARVIN 259, 385 
KRUKONES, MICHAEL 357 
KRUSSE, LANCE 310 
KRZYZEK, PHYLLIS 351, 354 
KUBIAK, SUE 353 
KUBISTAL, CAROL 331, 349 
KUEHN, ROBERT 342 
KUJAWA, JOSIE 331 
KUJAWSKI, BRIAN 399 
KUNKEL, LAWRENCE 347 
KUPST, MARY JO 282 
KURKA, FRANK 352 
KUSEK, RICHARD F. 175 
KUTA, VIRGINIA 164 
KUTZA, BETTY 308 
KWASEK, JAMES 239, 294, 

295, 364 

LoBRANCHE, DR. ANTHONY S. 

166 
LACKLAND, THEODORE 259, 

296, 297 



LADONE, JOSEPH 277, 364 
LAIRD, PAT 365 
LALANI, DR. ETTORE 222 
LALLY, MARY 351 
LAM, TEREST 218 
LAMAS, JOSEPH 305 
LAMBSON, GEORGE 310, 31 1 
LAMMERS, ROBERT 172 
LAMMERT, JEANNE 262, 376 
LAMPING, DENNIS J. 167 
LANDIS, CAROL 348 
LANDOLT, KATHY 282, 345 
LANE, MARTY 233, 253 
LANG, IRENE, DR. 366 
LANG, RAYMOND 277 
LANG, RICHARD 304, 305 
LANGER, DOLORES 247, 282 
LAPLANTE, NELSON 169 
LARKIN, CLARENCE 294 
LARKIN, FRANK 259 
LARSEN, DR. 170 
LASKEY, THOMAS 203 
LATTYAK, JEROME 302 
LAUBE, VALERIE M. 168 
LAUGMINAS, ALBIN 168 
LAURIE, HARRY 392, 397 
LAURIE, WILLIAM 391 
LAVIGNE, PAT 340 
LAWLESS, ANTHONY 212 
LAWLOR, JEANNE 213 
LAWLOS, JEAN 273 
LAWRENCE, DAVID 348 
LAYDEN, TOM 242, 243, 266 
LEACH, DAVE 365 
LEAHY, MICHAEL 374, 375 
LEAHY, WILLIAM 307 
LEANER, MARIE G. 358 
LEBLANC, MARIETTA 261 
LEBRYK, ROBERT 278 
LEE, ANN MARIE 214 
LEE, JAMES 203 
LEGRIS, ANNE 325 
LEHMAN, POSEY 308 
LEIBOWITZ, SAUL 375 
LELINE, LESLIE 325 
LEMIRE, GEORGE 277, 364 
LENNON, DUANE 342 
LENZ, ERNIE 213 
LENZ, MRS. 213 
LENZ, ROBERTA C. 247, 258, 

263, 280, 353 
LEONARDI, MARY ANN 370 
LEPTICH, THERESA 354 
LEUER, CAROLE 282 
LEVOY, PHILIP 310 
LEWIS, CINDY 316 
LEWIS, JAMES 288 
LEWIS, SANDRA 325 
LEWIS, DR. VIRGINIA F. 32 
LEYDEN, MICHAEL 284 
LIBERA, JEROME 277 
LIETZ, PAUL 307 
LIETZ, DR. PAUL 167 
LIM, EDWARD 164 
LIND, DENNIS 364 
LINDEMAN, JAMES 284 
LIPINSKI, TED 279 
LIPUT, JOYCE 308, 358 
LISCARZ, JOAN 280 
LLOYD, AL 163 
LOCASHIO, JOSEPH 350 
LODA, THERESA 262, 280, 353 
LOFTUS, REV. JOSEPH, S.J. 169 
LOGMAN, LYNN 325 
LOJOVIC, PAUL 357 
LOKAS, ROBERT 193 
LOMBARD, CHARLES 168 
LOMBARDI, PHIL 297 
LONG, EILEEN 231, 343 
LONG, NGUYEN 167 
LORTIE, EDWARD 365 
LOUGHERY, GAIL 261, 345, 

352 
LOUGHLIN, GEORGE 290 
LOWE, CURTIS 232 
LOWE, ROBERT 297 
LOWELL, ROBERT 356 
LUBANSKI, AL 297 
LUBIN, GENE 370 
LUBOFF, JERRY 307 
LUBV, AGNES 370 
LUCATORTO, DR. FRANK 188 
LUCERO, PAUL 216, 241 
LUCIANNO, AL 225 
LUCK, LAWRENCE 341 
LUGO, HORTENSIA 168 
LUJAN, JAMES GRAHAM 168 
LUKA, ANASTASIA 344 
LUPI, AGNES 372 
LUPINSKI, TED 352 
LUSCHEK, RAENITA 247, 280 
LYDON, ROBERT 299 
LYKE, WILLIAM 307 



428 



LYNCH, MARY ANN 308 
LYNE, JERRY 389, 398 
LYNN RITA MAE 316 
LYNOTT, JAMES 277 
LYONS, BUNNY 391 
LYONS, TOM 226 

— M — 

MACARTHY, SUSAN 345 
MACCARTIE, TAD 307 
MACKEN, CATHERINE 280 
MAEHARA, ROBERT 238 
MA6EE, JAMES 342 
MAGGIO, CAROLE 308 
MAGNUSON, RONALD 310 
MAGUIRE, SJ:, REV. JAMES F. 

32, 44 
MAHOWALD, MARK 163 
MAIER, PAUL 298 
MAKOWSKI, THERESE 247, 308 
MALCOLM, BRUCE 232, 262 
MALECKA, SPENCER 307 
MALINOWSKI, ARTHUR 212 
MALLISON, ROBERT 203 
MALONE, DIANE 317 
MALONEY, ANNE MAUREEN 

331, 337, 357 
MALONEY, PEGGY ANN 166 
MANDELL, RICH 365 
MANDEREAU, M. JEAN-LOUISE 

256 
MANGIONE, PETER 365 
MANION, DENNIS 278 
MANNING, DENNIS 239, 259, 

310 
MANSELL, DONALD 269 
MANZKE, EDWARD 397 
MARCET, THOMAS A. 268 
MARIELLA, DR. RAYMOND 164 
MARIN, THOMAS 352 
MARKEY, THOMAS 391, 393, 

397 
MARKUS, DR. VASYL 170 
MARIOSITS, MARY THERESE 

340 
MARR, TOM 238 
MARRESE, ROCCO 203, 238 
MARRIOTT, MARY THERASE 

261, 371 
MARTIN, REV. CARLOS E., S J 



Mcdonald, patricia 26i 
Mcdonald, william 357 
McDonnell, brian 230, 231, 

258, 263 

McDonnell, william 234 

McENERY, PAUL 203 
McGINN, EDWARD 288, 289 
McGLYNN, DICK 378 
McGOLDRICK, KAREN 282, 

283, 345 
McGOVERN, TERRENCE 362 
McGOVERN, THOMAS 342 
McGOWAN, DONALD 301 
McGRATH, EVE 373 
McHUGH, MIKE 226 
McHUGH, ROSEMARY 280, 

373 
McKAY, ROSE 207 
McKENNA, DENNIS 335, 389 
McKENZIE, REV. JOHN, S.J. 26 
McMAHON, DR. JAY 310 
McMAHON, MAURICE 302 
McNAMARA, RICHARD 337, 

344 
McNAMARA, PAT 306, 307 
McPARTLIN, MARY LOUISE 

218 
McPHILLIPS, JAMES 163 
McQUE, MIKE 223 
McQUIGG, JACQUELINE 308, 

352 
McSHANE, SUSAN 317 
McSWEENEY, DENNY 223 
McWALTER, JACK 411 
MEARES, GINGER 247, 272, 

273 
MEAS, PAUL 375 
MEDER, TOM 297 
MEGANCK, MARION 214,221 
MELCHIORS, JOHN 170 
MELTZ, JOAN 340 
MELVIN, JAY 337 
MELVIN, JOSEPH 384 
MENDEZ, ROBERT 294 
MENES, EDWARD 165 
MENEZ, DR. JOSEPH 170,219 
MENTAG, S.J., REV. JOHN 167, 

220 
MERRION, JOSEPH E. 32 
MERTZ, S.J. , REV. JAMES 165 
MERWICK, PATRICIA 351, 372 



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168 
MARTIN, JOHN M. 258 263 

301 
MARTINELLI, DAVE 297 
MARTINELLI, HUGH 216 241 
MARZITELLI, FRANK 342 
MASEK, JAMES R. 258, 262 
MASTERSON, DR. JOHN 200, 

203 
MASTRO, DON 278, 279 
MATAYA, JAMES 346 
MATEGRAND, ALBERT 294 
MATHYS, MARY 280 
MATOUSEK, DR. GEORGE 192 
MATRE, DR. RICHARD A 256 
MATTERN, ROBERT 346 
MATUSEK, STANLEY 364 
MAXWELL, PETER 169 
MAY, PHILIP 342, 384 
MAYER, JOHN 301 
MAYER, OSCAR 32 
MAYO, DR. SAMUEL 165 
McADAMS, FRANK 347 
McCAFFREE, SALLIE 318 

McCarthy, jack 342, 343 
McCarthy, margaret 349 
McCarthy, mary 282 

McCLOSKEY, HARRY L. 33 
McCLUGGAGE, DR. ROBERT 

167 
McCLUGGAGE, SUSAN 340 
McCLURE, MICHAEL 370, 372 
McCORMACK, MAUREEN 280, 

358 
McCORMICK, THOMAS 307 
McCULLOUGH, J. U. 365 
McCURDY, ROBERT 215 
McDERMOTT, MARCIA 316 

Mcdonald, avis 207 

McDONALD, MARGARET 257, 
316, 325 



MEYER, DR. DONALD 352 
MEYER, JOHN 342 
MEYER, WILLIAM 165 
MEYERS, BARRY 223 
MEYERS, JOHN 342 
MICHAEL, SISTER MARY 216 
MICHELS, ROGER 258, 259, 

268, 269 
MICHNA, BERNIE 72, 322 
MICKA, JOHN 310 
MIGALIE, JAMES 288 
MIKUTIS, DENNIS 294 
MILANOVICH, PHILIP 311,310 
MILLER, ADRIANNE 294 
MILLER, ALAN 398 
MILLER, CRAIG 297 
MILLER, GERALD 277 
MILLER, JOHN 342 
MILLER, PATRICIA 230, 236, 

349 
MILLER, TIM 410 
MILLS, DORIS 207 
MILLS, GEORGE 163 
MILLS JOAN 261, 272, 273 
MILUNAS, REV. JOSEPH G., S.J. 

166 
MELVIN, JOSEPH 342 
MINKLER, MARK 170 
MITCHELL, DENNIS 242, 243 
MITCHELL, JOHN 301 
MITCHELL, KATHY 331 
MOCKA, RICHARD 348 
MODNEY, DENNY 266 
MOH, WILLIAM 259 
MOKOS, RONALD 313 
MOLAR, MARTIN 189 
MOLECKI, DR. HENRY 165 
MOLL, ROBERT 288 
MONTAGUE, REV. MICHAEL, 

S.J. 183 



MONTALBANO, CATHERINE 

370, 372 
MONTANA, JAMES 293 
MONTE, JOE 277 
MONTVILLE, REV. EDWARD J„ 

S.J. 166 
MOODEY, RICHARD 172 
MOORE, CARL 164 
MOORE, JOHN 172 
MOORE, MARY ANN 282, 283 
MORAN, DAVID 46 
MORAN, JAN 224 
MORAN, MARY ELLEN 344 
MORGAN, GARY 163 
MORIN, MARTIN 288, 323 
MOROF, ARNOLD 271, 364, 

368 
MORRIS, ROBERT 342 
MORRIS, WILLIAM 172 
MORRISON, MRS. DAVID R. 32 
MORRISSY, RAYMOND 288 
MORROW, JOHN 268 
MORSE, STEPHEN 369 
MOSES, KENNETH 293 
MOSES, PAUL 234 
MOSS, PAUL 278 
MOTLUCK, IRV 298, 299 
MOTTO, MARY KAY 280, 353 
MROCZEK, JANET 308 
MROZEK, EDWARD 296, 297 
MROZEK, ISABELLE C. 344 
MUELLER, BRUCE 342 
MUELLER, ROVERT 310, 364 
MULLIGAN, REV. ROBERT W. 

222 
MULQUEENEY, EILEEN 210, 

236, 272 
MUNDI, DR. JOSEPH 172 
MUNDY, DR. PAUL 172, 219 
MUNROE, LEON 399 
MUNSON, REV. THOMAS, S.J. 

169, 256, 296, 297 
MURPHY, CHARLES 168 
MURPHY, JOHN 223 
MURPHY, JOSEPH 238 
MURPHY, KATHY 225 
MURPHY, MARY 351 
MURPHY, PATRICIA 261 
MURPHY, TERRENCE 191,310 
MURPHY, THOMAS 242, 243, 

259 
MURPHY, WILLIAM 357 
MURRY, ELIZABETH 324 
MUSICH, DAVID 266, 335 
MYSK, NOREEN 273 

— N — 

NAHNSEN, CAROL 351 
NALE, THOMAS 310 
NALEPA, PHILIP 365 
NALEVANKO, EDWARD 354 
NARIMATSU, KEI 297 
NEIDHEART, FRANK 240 
NEINEZ, MAXINE 324, 325 
NEKOLA, MARY 280 
NERI, RICHARD 357 
NEU, JEANNE 230, 236, 237 
NICHOLSON, LEE 372, 373 
NICHOLSON, ROBERT 223 
NIED, LARRY 239 
NIEKRASZ, MARK 307 
NEIRI, WALTER 238 
NIMICHCIS, VICLAS 288 
NOE, JUDITH 318 
NOEL, SISTER MARY 221 
NOLAN, GREG 350 
NOREK, MARILYN 261 
NORTON, THOMAS 203 
NOVAK, JUNE 318 
NOVARRO, E. G. 214 
NOVEK, MARILYN 272 
NOVOTRIEY, ROBERT 288 
NURNBERGER, REV. LOTHAR, 
S.J. 169 

— O — 

O'BYRNE, STUART 342 
O'CALLAGHAN, STEPHEN 342 
O'CHWAT, RICHARD 294 
O'CONNELL, MARY 316, 317, 

358 
O'CONNOR, AL 365 
O'CONNOR, JAMES 307 
O'CONNOR, REV., S.J. 313 
O'CONNOR, ROBERT 379, 399 
O'DONNELL, JAMES 336 
O'DONNELL, JORI 317 
O'DONNELL, DR. MICHAEL 222 
O'DWYER, DR. MARGARET 167 
OEHLBERG, RICHARD 170,356 
O'GRADY, DR. DONALD 169 



O'HALLORAN, JAMES 350 
O'HARA, MARY ANN 366 
O'HARE, MICHAEL 288 
O'LAUGHLIN, MARY ALICE 

214 
OLECH, MARSHALL 305 
OLESKY, JEAN 210,211,282, 

283 
OLIPHANT, PATRICIA 236, 

237 
OLIVER, XANDY 391 
OLSON, DENNIS 294 
OLSEN, WAYNE 294 
O'MALLEY, GERALD 365 
O'MALLEY, JOHN DR. 176, 192 
O'MARA, DR. ARTHUR 165 
O'MEARA, SUSAN 385 
O'MEARA, WILLIAM 169 
OMENS, EDWARD 270, 271 
O'NEIL, PAUL 305 
O'NEILL, JACK 278, 279 
O'ROURKE, JIM 341 
O'ROURKE, PATRICIA 210, 236 
OSGA, GARY 337 
O'SHEA, BONNIE 331, 351 
OSIKI, JOSEPH M. 170, 353, 

356 
OSMOND, GILBERT 348 
OSTEN, DONALD 271 
OSTER, PAT 266 
OSTROWSKI, THEA 282, 283 
OSUCH, JERRY 370 
O'SULLIVAN, WILLIAM 242 
O'REILLY, DR. CHARLES T. 32 
ORENDACH, FREDERICK 310 
ORIATTI, MARIO DR. 203 
ORLOFF, ROXANNE 27, 47 
OWEN, JIM 322, 352 

— P — 

PACANOWSKI, GERRY 308 
PACER, DR. FRED 191, 295 
PACER, MRS. FRED 294 
PACHANKIS, JOHANNE 340 
PAITH, VERNE 216 
PALESE, DR. JOSEPH 222 
PALINSCAR, DR. EDWARD 164 
PALITA, ROSE 224, 225 
PALKONER, ROBERT 343 
PALYS, PAUL 379 
PANCERZ, DR. HELEN 221 
PANFIL, SHARON 272 
PANKOS, BARBARA 167 
PARKASH, MALIK 362 
PARLCINSON, RICHARD 365 
PATKA, DANA 223, 225 
PATRIC, DR. GORDON 170 
PATRICK, JAMES 277 - 
PATTERSON, DENNIS 398 
PATTERSON, MARGARET 339, 

375 
PAWLOWSKI, EILEEN 340 
PAXHIA, JOSEPH 202, 203 
PECELUNAS, ANTHONY 352 
PEETERS, JOHN, CSV 256 
PEINIGER, DIANE 257 
PEIPHO, JAMES 342 
PELSMANN, KITTY 270 
PENA, RICHARD 277 
PEREZ, FRANK 390, 394, 395, 

397 
PEREZ, RICHARD 279 
PERKINS, DONALD 365 
PERKINS, JUDY 415 
PEREREK, JANET 280 
PERRAULT, DR. MICHAEL 222 
PERKOVICH, DAVID 47 
PETERS, MARY 203 
PETERS, REV. WALTER, S.J. 

164 
PETERSEN, JUDITH 211,236, 

247, 272 
PETOSA, BERNARD 167,353 
PETRAUSKAS, BERNIE 344 
PETRICIE, JOHN 342 
PETROLE, DAWN 351 
PETSCHER, ERNIE 163 
PFEIFER, FRED 223 
PHILLIPS, DR. THEODORE 170 
PIALA, JAMES 342 
PIEGZIK, JOHN 278, 342 
PIERCE, JERRY 301 
PIERCE, WILLIAM 306, 307, 

41 1 
PIERONI, NICHOLAS 313 
PIESZCHALA, JOYCE 282 
PIETSCH, STEVE 266, 267 
PIONKE, JOHN 269 
PIRELLI, ALICE 273 
PISANI, DR. ALBERT 203 
PISKORSKI, ALFRED 342, 384 
PLEVA, BARBARA 363 



429 



PLOCINSKI, ARLENE 282 
POOGORSKI, LARRY 266 
POLITO, ANTHONY 310 
POLK, MRS. SANDRA 170 
POLSON, WILLIAM 190 
POPRAWSKI, EMIL 278 
POREMSKI, MARSHA 206, 209, 

308 
POSKUS, REGGINA 317 
POSVIC, DR. HARVEY 164 
POULSEN, GERALD 277 
POULSOM, PATRICIA 237 
POULSON, CAROL 236 
POWERS, REV. FRANCIS, CSV 

170 
PREBIS, JAMES 269 
PRENDERGAST, RICHARD 384 
PRETE, NANCY 252, 337 
PRIETZ, ROGER 266, 267 
PRINTEN, DONNA 361 
PROULX, DR. ERNEST 165 
PRUNEAU, NANCY 223, 225 
PRUNSKIS, TERRI 370 
PUCILLO, JOANNE 225 
PURCELL, THOMAS 305 
PYRECK, FLORIAN 352 
PYREK, WILLIAM 342 

— Q — 

QUINLAN, JAMES 163 
QUINLAN, MICHAEL 267 
QUINLAN, WILLIAM 284 
QUINLISK, JOHN 234, 235, 

262 
QUIVILLON, ROBERT 288 

— R — 

RADOCY, LINDA 317, 349 
RADZIK, PAT 280 
RAGOONANAN, BALGRIM 346 



RODDEWIG, CLAIR 32 
RODMAN, REV. HUGH, S.J. 160 
RODMAN, ROGER 357 
ROETTIG, JAMES 288 
ROGAN, ROBERT 269 
ROGERS, JUDY 272 
ROKOS. ROBERT 277 
ROLL, REV. DONALD, S.J. 170 
ROLL, LYNN 170 
ROMAN, MARY 349 
RONAN, REV. CHARLES, S.J. 

167 
RONAN, JOHN 224 
RONEY, ANNE 211, 257, 261, 

272, 325 
ROONEY, EDMUND 166 
ROONEY, GEORGE 239 
ROONEY, JAMES 277 
ROSENBLATT, JOY 324, 325 
ROSIECI, MICHAEL 288 
ROSLOF, JOYCE 317, 340, 349 
ROSS, DONALD 212 
ROSS, JACK 370 
ROSS, ROBERT 342, 348 
ROSSA, JACK 230 
ROSSA, JOE 277 
ROSSATE, JACK 268, 269 
ROTI, THOMAS 342 
ROY, JOE 266 
RUBALCAUA, CARL 163 
RUBINIC, JOHN 349 
RUDA, JOSEPH 373 
RUDNICK, ROBERT 259, 268 
RUFFOLO, EUGENE 268 
RUFFOLO, JOHN 372 
RUNDIO, LOUIS 252, 337 
RUOFF, GARY 202 
RUSSELL, EDWARD 290 
RUSSELL, DR. JAMES 165 
RUSSELL, REV. WILLIAM, S.J. 

167 



Photo Index 



RADLEY, KEITH 310 
RAIKOVITZ, SUE 325, 330 
RALBOUSKY, LYN 318 
RAMIREZ, JAN 347 
RAMUAK, FRANK 278 
RAMUAK, SHARON 308 
RANDALL, WILLIAM 277 
RAUDICK, RICHARD 307, 412 
RANGEL, VINCENT 279, 342, 

349 
RAPP, DR GUSTAN 189 
RAPP, JOAN 245, 261, 358 
RAPP, JOHN 230, 231 
RAPP, WILLIAM 361 
RAPPEL, JAMES 343 
RASZEWSKI, CASIMIR 342 
RATH, ROBERT 398 
RAUSCH, LYLE 381 
REARDON, DR. JOHN 167 
RED, CLARENCE 310, 311 
REDDING, DR. WILLIAM 164 
REDMOND, KEVIN 302 
REDMOND, RITA 316, 346 

349 
REED, DR. JOHN 164 
REED, MARIANNE 337 
REHM, PAMELA 354 
REIDY, DUANE 297 
REIDY, PAUL 253 
REISEL, DR. ROBERT 167 
REILLY, KATHY 308, 325 
RETER, RONALD 301 
REUSS, DAVID 301 
REYNOLDS, PATRICIA 391 
REZLER, DR. JULIUS 212, 213 
RICE, JOHN 284 
RICHARDSON, DAN 296 
RICHARDSON, ROBERT 288 
RICHARDSON, STEPHEN 258 

259, 290 
RICHTER, ALICE 192 
RICHTER, EUNICE 349 
RIECHNIK, NANCY 272 
RIMOLDI, DR. HORATIO 171 
RINGSTROM, SON J A 169 
RIORDAN, JOANN 308 
RISSER, SHARON 346 
RITTERHOFF, ERIC 288 
RIZMAN, JACK 270, 271 
ROACH, JERRY 226 
ROBBINS, DR. CLYDE 164 
ROBERTS, JEFF 298 
ROBLES, MERCEDES 168 
ROCHE, MAGGIE 337 
ROCKS, LORETTA 324 



RUSSO, JOHN 346 

RUST, REV. CHARLES, S J 167 

RYAN, CANDY 224 

RYAN, EDWARD 277 

RYAN, MARY 324, 325 

RYAN, NEIL 278 

— S — 

SAALFELD, AL 335 
SABBATIELLO, GLORIA 354 
SABOTA, TON I 247, 283 
SAEMS, ROSEMARY 371 
SAFAVI, SAIDEH 205 
SAKAMOTO, MICHIKO 362 
SALDINA, MICHAEL 288 
SALEM, DONALD 271 
SALDANKA, SHIRLEY 362 
SANDERS, STEVEN 192,270, 

271 
SANTANGELO, DR. MARIO 189 
SANTOS, TAMARA 256 
SAPIENZA, GEORGIA 345 
SAPONARA, FAUST 47, 322 
SASSO, CLAUDE 342 
SCALA, ANTHONY 365, 384 
SCALISE, ANNA MARIE 316, 

331, 346 
SCHAGER, SUSAN 47, 354 
SCHALKE, MARGARET 308, 

317 
SCHARDI, GERALDINE 190 
SCHEER, JOHN 384 
SCHERIBEL, KARL 296, 297 
SCHILTZ, THOMAS 346 
SCHLESINGER, GARY 304 
SCHMIDT, WILLIAM 365 
SCHMIDT, THOMAS 269 
SCHMITT, ROBERT 268 
SCHMITZ, BARBARA 346 
SCHMITZ, WILLIAM 203 369 
SCHMUCKER, PATRICK 41 1 
SCHNABEL, GUY 296, 297 
SCHODER, REV. RAYMOND, S J 

165 
SCHOEN, DR. WILLIAM 32, 

187 
SCHNOEBELEN, CHERYL 345 
SCHOENBAUM, DR. MATTHEW 

214 
SCHREIBER, JOHN 269, 342 
SCHUDEL, FRED 350 
SCHULATZ, MARY 317 349 
SCHULER, JAMES 242 298 
SCHURKE, TERRENCE 238 
SCHWANER, ROBERT 266 312 



SCHEWITZER, GLEN 294 
SCHWINAL, BUDY 282 
SCHWIND, WILLIAM 290 
SCIARRA, JOE 277 
SCIGALSKI, ROBERT 306, 307, 

41 1 
SCMYCH, RICHARD 266 
SCONZA, FRANK 277 
SCOROCHIRJA, VIJUNA 344, 

351 
SCOTT, LESLIE 397 
SCOTT, WILLIAM 242, 243 
SCUDELLA, GEORGE 293 
SCULLEN, HUGH 169 
SCULLY, DAVID 307 
SEAGROVES, MICHAEL 347 
SEALES, JAMES 298 
SEGAL, JACK 203, 223, 238, 

369 
SELFRIDGE, DR. FREDERICK 

198 
SELKO, ROBERT 234, 259 
SENECA, WILLIAM 203 
SEPERICH, GEORGE 266 
SEVERSTEN, GAIL 236 
SEXTON, SUSAN 218 
SHAFER, DENNIS 259, 266, 

267 
SHAPIRO, SHELDON 239, 270 
SHARKEY, JAMES 256 
SHARP, REBECCA 348 
SHEA, RICHARD 163 
SHEARIN, ROBERT 238, 288 
SHEEHAN, DENNIS 370 
SHEEHAN, JOANNE 318 
SHEEHAN, DR. JOHN 44, 198 
SHEEHAN, ROBERT 284 
SHELLEY, MARY PAT 27, 47, 

335 
SHERIFF, DR. J. RAYMOND 176 
SHERRY, WILLIAM 365 
SHIGBY, ELAINE 346 
SHRADER, JOSEPH 269 
SHORE, SCOTT 271 
SHUKES, RICHARD 294, 364 
SICKS, RONALD 266, 267 
SIGNA, MARY LOUISE 256 
SILER, PAULA 340 
SILVESTRO, DR. BETTY 167 
SINSKO, LOUISE 236, 237 
SINSKO, MICHAEL 297 
SKASA, JERRY 163 
SKALLA, DALE 301 
SKOWRON, ERNEST 294 
SKUBLE, DEAN 192, 277 
SLADE, RICHARD 384 
SLATTERY, JOHN 372 
SLATTERY, NANCY 181 
SLAUGHTER, WAYNE 224 
SLEPIC, DENNIS 363 
SLITERIS, MARIE 325 
SLOAN, MARY 207 
SLOLARCZYK, DAN 302 
SMALL, REV. JOSEPH, S.J. 170 

219 
SMITH, BRUCE 302 
SMITH, CHARLES 342 
SMITH, CHERYL 316 
SMITH, DAVE 223 
SMITH, GEORGE 346 
SMITH, JEAN 331 
SMITH, JON 203 
SMITH, KAY 180 
SMITH, LEON 339 
SMITH, LEROY 203 
SMITH, NANCY ANN 207 
SMITH, PATRICIA 261, 308 

316, 331 
SMITH, PHILIP 294 
SMITH, ROBERT 350 
SMITH, RONALD 230, 385 
SMITH, THEODORE 410 
SMITH, THOMAS 238 
SMITH, VALARIE 317 
SMITH, WILLIAM 390, 394 

397 
SMITHWICK, JACK 233, 306, 

307, 411, 412 
SMOLAR, RICHARD 172 
SMOLINSKI, LEONA 207 
SMORON, NOEL 47, 337 349 

370 
SMULSON, DR. MARSHALL 

189, 192 
SNYDER, JOHN 171 
SOBATA, TONI 230 282 
SOCHER, JEFFREY 277 
SOCHOR, ROSEMARIE 272 
SOHM, RICHARD 342 
SOLBRIG, JACK 307 399 
SOLHKHAH, GEORGE 191 
SOMMERFIELD, LOUIS 271 
SORICH, JOAN 354 



SOUDAH, HAROLD 239 294 
SPARKS, CRAIG 234 235 
SPECHT, JACQUILINE 261 324 
SPENCER, DR. DAVID 166' 
SPINNER, LESLIE 230, 259 268 
SPIRRSON, CON 370 
SPITZER, JO 377 
SPUNBUER, LEON 288 
STACH, ADAM 1 75 
STACHNIK, CELESTE 252 261 

337, 357 
STACHYRA, MARCIA 236 257 

260, 261, 325 
STACHURA, LOU 301 
STACK, COLETTE 257, 261 

325 
STANASZEK, CHRISTINE 282 

283 
STANMEYER, WILLIAM 169 
STANNER, LAWRENCE 385 
STANTON, HERBERT 277 368 
STARKEY, JOSEPH 213 
STARKS, ROBERT 346 
STASICA, VIRGINIA 357 
STASSEN, STANLEY 242, 259 

298, 299 
STEELE, ROBERT 163 
STEHR, CHRIS 288 
STEIGERWALD, KARL 269 
STEINBRECKER, JOAN 230 

247, 261, 273, 331 
STEINER, PAT 308 
STEMPIEN, THOMAS 302 
STEVENSON, JON 342 
STEWART, PAUL 216, 230 

241, 313 
STIBLE, JOHN 344 
STIFT, VIRGINIA 207 
STINSON, DONALD 172,252, 

337 
STITZER, CAROL 308, 317 
STOOPS, JUDY 373 
STOPAK, STEPHENNIE 373 
STORTO, JOSEPH 279 
STRATMAN, CARL J., CVS 166 
STRATTNER, RICHARD 167 
STRECK, LUDWIG 268, 269 
STRENING, MICHAEL 240 
STREUER, STEVE 226 
STROMM, LARRY 304, 305 
SUBAITIS, FRAN 272, 273 
SULLIVAN, A. M. 32 
SULLIVAN, GEORGE 253, 256, 

258, 259, 376 
SULLIVAN, JOHN 310 
SULLIVAN, SUE 236, 237 
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM V. 33 
SUNDBERG, ELIZABETH 261, 

272, 273, 345 
SVAGLIC, DR. MARTIN J. 166 
SVOBODA, J INI 370 
SWARTZENBERG, DR. 170 
SWATON, SONNY 273 
SWICK, MURA 345 
SWIETON, KATHY 272 
SYC, JOHN 290 
SYKORA, ROBERT 370 
SYNENKYJ, HALYNA 357, 358 
SYNN, JOSEPH 288 
SZAROWICZ, DIANE 167 

— T — 

TABOR, FRANK 163 
TAKITAN, JEAN 316 
TALANO, CATHERINE 261, 

262, 280, 372 
TALANO, JAMES 203 
TAMBURINI, MARTIN 310 
TAMMEN, VICKIE 272, 324 
TANNYHILL, WILLIAM 277 
TANSEY, BARBARA 372 
TARJAN, ROBERT 353 
TARR, JEFF 242, 259 
TARRANT, NEIL 349 
TATE, RONALD 348 
TAYLOR, JOSEPH 167 
TAYLOR, MRS. JOSEPH 167 
TEICHMAN, RAYMOND 167 
TENNYSON, ROBERT 357 
TENZIS, LOUIS 169 
TESSARI, NATALIE 308 
THEGZE, MARY KAY 245 
THEIS, WILLIAM 337 
THIESEN, DR. S. WARREN 171 
THINNES, JOAN 245 
THOMPSON, CHESTER 167 
TIECHNER, CYNTHIA 256 
TILLMAN, JAMES 398 
TILLMAN, REV. STANLEY 222 
TIMMINS, MARIETTA 316, 

317, 330, 344 
TIMMONS, MICHAEL 307 
TINER, LON 277 



430 



TISCHES, ED 224 
TISCHLER, CHRISTINE 345 
TISCHNER, CINDY 273 
TISCHLER. ISVING 271 
TITRA, STEVE 242, 243 
TOMASZKIEWICZ, ROBERT 

259, 313 
TOME, KAREN 272, 273 
TOMSIC, JO ELLYN 26, 46, 

358, 361 
TORDELLA, DR. LOUIS W. 32 
TORTORTELLO, TERRY 236, 

237 
TOSTO, JOHN A. 230,231, 

363 
TOTO, DR. PATRICK D. 189 
TOUGH, BEV. 370 
TOUNEY, LOIS 308 
TRACY, JAMES 358 
TRACY, REV. THEODORE, S.J. 

165 
TRADER, SHARON 236, 237 
TRAPANI, DREW 307, 411 
TRAVIS, TONY 358 
TRIMBLE, SUSAN 282 
TRISCHMANN, EDWARD W. 

353, 380 
TROIKE, ROBERT 346 
TROP, DOROTHY 340, 346, 

366 
TRUMFIO, DOMINIC 239 
TRZECIAK, ARLENE 211 
TRZUPEK, EUGENE 342 
TUCKER, BERTIE 414, 415 
TUCKER, RON 163 
TUREK, DOROTHY 351, 372 
TURNER, NANCY 346 
TWOMEY, MARCELLA 221 
TWOREK, FRANK 353 
TYLER, TOM 238 

— U — 

UGUCCIONI, CLERAINE 378 
UNGER, JOHN 399 
UNGER, MURRAY 372 
URBA, CHUCK 279 
URBAN, DENNIS 337, 357 
URBAN, KEITH 335 
URBANOWSKI, MARTHA 214 

— V — 

VACULA, LORI 316 
VAGGIONE, RICH 223 
VAKSELIS, PAUL 373 
VALENTI, DR. JASPER 165 
VALLEE, CHRIS 236, 247, 272, 

324 
VALVO, ANTHONY 342 
VAN BRAMER, DOUGLAS 165 
VAN CURA, JOSEPH 310 
VANDERFLUTE, JAMES 347 
VAN VERST, DICK 368 
VARDA, JOHN 242, 243, 262 
VAS, REV. S. J. 313 
VAYEH, JAMES 269 
VEITH, CHARLES 294 
VELEZ, IDA 282 
VELEZ, OLGA 245, 318 
VENEZIO, CARL 342 
VERBER, RICHARD 336 
VERGOT, WILLIAM D., 

CAPTAIN 168, 342 
VICTORINE, SISTER D. C. 207 
VIELMAYER, THERESA 340 
VLACH, JOHN 297 
VLAZNY, DR. ADALBERT 191 
VOGEL, EDWARD 288, 289 
VOGEL, JOHN 277 
VOGEL, REV. MUREL, S.J. 169 
VOLAITIS, JOSEPH 288 
VOLBERDING, LORIN 347 
VONDRAZEK, EDWARD 212 
VON, PRITSCHYNS, DETLEV 

233, 266, 379 

— W — 

WACHOWSKI, DIANE 211 
WACTOR, HARRY 297 
WADDAS, KEN 266, 267 
WADE, NOREEN 345 
WADEN, GEORGE 352 
WALAVICH, ROBERT J. 33 
WALDRON, MARY JANE 272 
WAUESKI, THOMAS 340 
WALKER, DR. 230 
WALKER, DR. FRANKLIN 167 
WALKER, DR. RONALD E. 171, 

221 
WALL, PETER 193 
WALLACE, MIKE 399 
WALSH, EDWARD 310 
WALSH, REV. JOSEPH, S J. 169 



WALSH, JOSEPH A. 230, 258, 

259, 262, 350 
WALSH, TERRY 278 
WARADY, MRS. HOWARD 270 
WARBURTON, LOIS 357 
WARD, MRS. EVA 245 
WARD, MICHAEL 342 
WARDLAW, DOUG 398 
WARZEL, BARBARA JO 261, 

346 
WATTS, DONALD 340 
WAUCK, DR. LEROY 171 
WCISLO, PAUL 373 
WEBB, JOHN 277 
WEBB, VIRGINIA 261, 345 
WEBER, GARY 266 
WEBER, JACK 266 
WEEKS, SAMUEL 410 
WEGE, JANET 273 
WEHRHEIM, PAMELA 343 
WEICKLE, ALEXIS 331 
WEILAND, JERRY 388, 399 
WEINER, LEE 241 
WEINSTEIN, SANDY 308 
WEISBROD, ANITA 230, 253, 

358 
WEISBROD, CHARLES 165 
WEISBROD, DENNIS 203 
WEISENBURGER, MARTY 46 
WEISS, JEROLD 349, 370 
WELB, MARTIN 269 
WELCH, THOMAS 288 
WELLING, JOHN 269 
WELLING, DR. JOHN 165 
WERNETH, "FRED 357 
WESLEY, LINDA 415 
WESTEROWSKY, WILLIAM 365 
WHITE, BILL 243 
WHITE, BOB 305 
WHITE, JACQUELINE 261, 358, 

366 
WHITE, JAMES 277 
WHITE, RAYMOND L. 32 
WHITE, WILLIAM 242 
WIEBLER, JAMES 214 
WIELKIEWICZ, FREDERICK 342 
WIENCEK, SANDY 282, 318 
WILAND, JERRY 365 
WILHELMI, DION J. 166 
WILKINSON, FR. CHARLES, 

CS.S.R. 172 
WILLIAMS, ARTHUR 410 
WILLIAMS, DAVID 399 
WILLIAMS, DONALD 292, 

293 
WILLIAMS, IRMA 261 
WILLIAMS, MICHAEL 357 
WILNER, NEIL 271 
WILT, JAMES 164 
WINKEUOHN, SUSAN ANN 

317, 335 
WINKLEBECH, JEFF 353, 363 
WIORA, FRED 323 
WISNIESKI, LOUISE 345, 352 
WITT, PATRICIA 242 
WOJCIK, TERESA 345 
WOLENCZUK, STANLEY 398 
WOLF, LORRAINE 317 
WOLFE, JOE 298 
WOLFF, DR. JOSEPH J. 162, 

166 
WOLFF, MARK 342 
WOLOSEWICK, JOHN 301 
WOODS, EARLINE 214 
WOODWARD, CHUCK 305 
WOZNIAK, BOB 225 
WOZNIAK, DR. JOHN 165 
WOZNIAK, KEN 304 
WRAN, FRED 225 
WRAY, FRED 223 
WROBLESKI, THEODORE 347 

— Y — 

YASILLE, PAUL 347 
YEDICKA, JOSEPH 256 
YOUNG, BOB 297 
YOUNG, CARLA 348 
YOUNG, MARY JANE 308 
YU, SHELIA 362 
YULE, RICK 307, 411 
YVEILL, LYNN 343 

— Z — 

ZAJACZEK, JERRY 411 
ZAJAUSKAS, DOROTHY 193 
ZAJDEL, JOSEPH 167 
ZALCMAN, DR. MAURICE 192 
ZANOCCA, CAROL 316 
ZARANTONELLO, CAMILL E, 

261, 341 
ZBYLUT, DENNIS 297 
ZEI, JOHN 304, 305 



ZELINESNIK, STAN 46 ZIMNY, LEONARD 174 

ZIEMIALKOWSKI, GEORGE 342 ZION, TIM 411 

ZIEGLER, DONALD 344 ZIZIC, WILLIAM 294 

ZIEMBA, PAULINE 272 ZLENKOV, PETER 301 

ZILIC, PAUL 296, 297 ZMUDKA, VICKY 272 

ZILSER, CAROLE 340 ZMUGG, THOMAS 307 

ZIMA, VICKY 343 ZOPP, GERALD 342 

ZIMMER, GEORGE 166 ZUMMO, JOE 241 

ZIMMERMAN, BRUCE 307 ZUREK, DENNIS 294 

ZIMMERMAN, TOM 238, 288 ZVETINA, DR. JOHN 176 

General Index 

Accounting Club 328 

Alpha Delta Gamma 266 

Alpha Kappa Psi 268 

Alpha Omega 270 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 272 

Alpha Tau Delta 274 

American Chemical Society 329 

Arts Council 232 

Beta Alpha Psi ., 250 

Beta Gamma Sigma 251 

Blue Key 258 

Business Administration Coed Club 345 

Business Administration Council 234 

Cadence 374 

Chamberlain Hall 318 

Chamberlain Hall Council 244 

Chardin Anthropological Society 330 

Chess Club 336 

Circumference 260 

Coed Club ■ 331 

Curtain Guild 334 

Debate Society 337 

Delaware Hall 316 

Delaware Hall Council 244 

Delta Sigma Delta 276 

Delta Sigma Pi 278 

Delta Sigma Rho 252 

Delta Zeta Chi 280 

Dental School Council 239 

Drill and Rifle Team 384 

Economics-Finance Society 339 

Epsilon Pi Rho 338 

Equestrian Society 340 

Fine Arts Club 341 

Foreign Students Association 362 

Gerard Manley Hopkins Society 348 

Gold Torch 342 

Gonzaga Hall 322 

Historical Society 344 

Human Relations Club 346 

Interfraternity Council 246 

Kappa Beta Gamma 282 

Knights of Columbus 34/ 

Lodorians ,49 

Loyola Hall VA 

Loyola Hall Council «*•> 

Loyola Men 350 

Loyola News 376 

Loyola Union Activities Board jjy 

Loyola Women 351 

Loyolan 380. 

Loyolan Awards ^oz 

Marketing Club 352 

Mathematics Club 3bj 

Medical School Council 2J8 

Modern Language Club 354 

Monogram Club 355 

Nursing Councils 236 

Panhellenic Association f*» 

PAL ' 44 

Phi Alpha Delta 284 

Phi Beta Pi 286 

Phi Chi 288 

Physics Club 336 

Pi Alpha Lambda 290 

Pi Delta Epsilon 23J 

Pi Delta Phi 236 

Political Science Club 33/ 

Psi Delto Phi 292 

Psi Omega 294 

Psychology Club 36U 

Readers Circle 361 

Recent Decisions 383 

St. Appolonia Guild 364 

Sigma Delta Phi 296 

Sigma Lambda Beta %t° 

Sigma Pi 300 

Sigma Pi Alpha 3U2 

Sigma Theta Tau ir" 

Ski Club ■ ' ,5? 

5NEA 366 

Social Work Council 241 

SAM 365 

Stebler Hall 320 

Stebler Hall Council 244 

Student American Dental Association 368 

Student American Medical Association f69 

SAL ]A\ 

St. Joseph's Manor i/f 

Student Bar Association f4U 

Tau Delta Phi 3° 4 

Tau KaDpa Epsilon 3U6 

Theta Phi Alpha 308 

United Independents of Loyola 370 

United World Federalists 358 

University College Council 242 

Wasmann Bioloaical Society 3/2 

Women's Rifle Team 371 

Xi Psi Phi 310 

Young Democrats 338 

Young Republicans 



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With this final page, the production of the 1965 Loyolan is 
completed. The task of producing a yearbook of this size was an 
enormous one, requiring the talents and hard work of a great many 
people. But the work that culminated in a few hectic weeks of long 
nights and finol deadlines is now finished. And so to those people 
who were willing to spend long hours forming and coordinating the 
activities that resulted in the 1965 Loyolan, and to those who have 
helped in other capacities, we sincerely extend our gratitude. 

In particular, we wish to express our thanks ot the following 
persons: 

To Mr. Bernord Cullen, our moderator, whose spirit of cheer 
and even-tempered personality saw us through every crises. It must 
have often seemed to you that you carried the whole weight of this 
book yourself. Often you did. Many thanks. 

To Father Bryant, whose beaming person put forth the kind of 
diligent effort we needed in obtaining necessary photographs, copy, 
and identifications. Without you this book would have been im- 
possible. 

To Mr. Harry McCloskey and Mr. John Tosto, whose help in 
many matters proved invaluable in the production of this annual. 

To Mr. Brad Peterson, our publisher's representative, whose 
assistance, suggestions, and work greatly aided our task. 

To Richard Barry and Robert Dameron and others in the Public 
Relations office for their willing assistance and interest. 

To Mrs. Nomura of the Dental School and Mrs. Conneely of the 
Medical School for helping us out with identifications and other 
problems which we brought you. 

To Barb, Judy, and the others in the Dean of Students' Office 
for putting up with countless disturbances. 

To Austen Field and Marshall Studios for their excellent work 
with the senior portraits. 

To Jim Kilcoyne for his numerous photographs and friendly 
smile. 

And yet this list would be incomplete without expressing our 
thanks to our staff: 

To Lyle Rausch, for assuming the headache of scheduling the 
various organizations for their pictures, or would it be more correct 
to soy re-scheduling. Thanks for a task well done. 

To Frank Benak, for his excellent photography and limitless 
determination. Without you we wouldn't have made it. 

To Kathy Bowers, for editing and organizing what probably 
seemed to be thousands of graduote activity sheets. Really, there 
weren't. 

To Pat Nocek, for assembling a mountain of names into the 
neat and invaluable index. Thanks, Pat. 

To Carol Foy, for writing ond editing those numerous pages 
of copy. A most excellent job, Carol. 

To Bonnie O'Shea, for identifying the countless pictures that 
were used. The work must have often seemed impossible at times. 

To John Fitzgerald, for giving our layouts original arrangements 
and more artistic design. Thanks, John. 

To Nancy Mullenix, for being our correspondent in Rome. Your 
pictures were a valuable asset for our Rome Center section. 

To Bob Berry, for giving us a good look at the athletic depart- 
ment and its achievements. Fine job, Bob. 



Finally, recognition must be given to some of the other members 

of the staff who generously gave of their time and ability to produce 
this effort. Special thanks: 

To Mary Carroll, for giving us a hand when we most needed it. 
Your help was greatly appreciated. 

To Sharon Pendleton, who saw to it that our typing basket was 
always empty at the end of the day. Many thanks. 

To Frank Joebgen, for his daily campus-hopping to get us the 
pictures we needed. 

To Ed Hunt, for his help in compiling sports statistics and other 
data necessary for the athletic section. 

Thanks also to the countless others who have assisted us during 
this year. The production of the 1965 Loyolan has not always been 
an easy task, nor has it always been enjoyable. But with this volume 
now completed, we can finally relax and remember that "The reward 
of a thing well done is to have done it." 

GTB 
EWT 



George T. Bravos Jr. 

Edward W. Trischmann Editors-in-Chief 

Lyle Rausch Scheduling Editor 

Frank Benak Photography Editor 

Kathleen Bowers Graduate Editor 

Patricia Nocek Index Editor 

Carol Foy Copy Editor 

Bonnie O'Shea Identifications Editor 

John Fitzgerald Layout Editor 

Nancy Mullenix Rome Correspondent 

Robert Barry Sports Editor 



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Rev. Thomas J. Bryant, S.J. 



STAFF MEMBERS 



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Mary Audy 
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Barbara Dickelman 
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