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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 






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Published by the students of Loyola 

Frank Benak 

Co-editors 
Mary Carroll 




43 . Athletics 

71 . Administration 

99 . Campuses 
187 . Greeks/Residences 
237 . Activities 
279 . Graduates 



Midst Fun and Work Scholars Study 





Summer School 
in High School 
was only for the lazy 

now the ambitious 

read ethics on the elevated 

tacitus between the truckloads 

lead three lives 

instead of the usual two 

worker, scholar, kid 

everything moves faster 

"so much for the French Revolution 

tomorrow we'll deal with Bismarck 

you can cover Napoleon 

on your own tonight" 

The pickled cats at least 
are dissected in summer 
before they decay 

yet one studies out of doors 
on the lawn or by the water tower 
and school is less a profession 
more a pleasure 
after 539 bushels of radishes 
or the invoices for same 

the reading 

(of a Hemingway or a 
Wittgenstein) is a luxury 
less than a duty 

one feels quite privileged 
even lazy 





Good Times Spent for Good Purpose 




Every moment 
C-O-U-N-T-S 

even vacations 

Summer tours 

give 

course credits 

1-2-3-4-5-6 

They jet 

from class to class 

snooping at gargoyles 

proceeding through 
museums, galleries 

taking notes 
in Paris (shame!), 
Rome, Bruges, London, 
Venice, Chartres 

Eight weeks 
("We've lived!) 

Now what? 



"And away we go . . ." Rev. Carl J. Burlage, S. J., tour director, 
leads the way through the streets of Pompeii. 




Top: The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben 
mark the end of the road as Fr. Burlage, 
George Sullivan, and Fr. Martin look back 
on two months of discovery and enjoyment. 

Middle: Around the world, horses and little 
boys have the same appeal to all. 

Lower: "Take the bus and . . ." After four 
thousand miles, buses leave something to 
be desired. 






On the way to Stratford, tour members stopped 
for a quick visit to historic Oxford University. 




Arright BOY 

This isn't like the 

Summer Camp 

your mommy sends you to. 

This is the Army 

See? 

Climb, wade through, 

polish, duck from 

everything. 

That's right kid 
now it's your turn 
to take command 
plan, conduct 
operate, engage in 
all of it. 

O.K. Soldier 
Six weeks 
at Fort Riley 
and maybe 
(just maybe) 
you're an officer 

Got that? 
yessir 

WHAT BOY? 

YESSIR!!! 




Yessir! 






Peoria, Oak Park, South Shore - Hello, I'm From . 




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We were impressed 

overwhelmed 

by the masses 

of buildings 
so confusing 
so new so many 
we later thought 
so shoddy 

of people 

thousands 

milling 

with great determination 

In the gymnasium 
ancient and hollow; 
concrete classrooms 
snugglyrectangular 
Important Persons 
echoed at us 

The Dean of Whatsit? 
Father Who? 

". . . more work 
than you have ever 
encountered before . . " 




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Welcome! 

welcome teas 
stand in line and 
get a little tag 
"Hi! my name is 

what's yours?" 
pitterpatterpitterpatter 

welcome mixers 

in the cavernous 

campus center 

filled 

with smoke 

and freshmen 

and smoke 

"Hi! my name's . . . 

Hey . . . where are you?" 
shuffleshufflebump shuffle 

welcome smokers 

gee 

you mean you guys live in this house 

all alone? 

a what? in the basement 

"Hi, my name's brother . . . 

sign here please." 

skol gesundheit cheers 

welcome rest 
pheewwwwwwwWHAT? 
Monday already? 











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1 

Edward Bough 



Dennis McShane 



Michael Leahy 



Paul Rink 



Michael Kunich 



Bruce Spengler, Captain 








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Bowl 
Challenges 

Brain Power 



Since we lost 
no one 
really cared 

We 

made some excuses — 

the buzzers 

were different from 

the ones we practiced on 

all Summer. 

The questions 
unexpected 

The tensions 
extraordinary 

If 

we had won . . . 

Bands 
celebrations . . . 

Bragging 

"We told you so" 

The glories of Jesuit Education 

But 

since we lost 
no one 
really cared 








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Medical Center's Genesis 



Charles H. Kellstadt, Rev. Hussev, 
John F. Smith, Jr., Rev. James F. 
Maguire, S. J., Charles C. Kerwin, and 
Dr. John F. Sheehan break ground 
for Loyola's new medical center in 
Hines, Illinois. 



Dr. John F. Sheehan, dean of the Stritch School of Medicine, addresses the morning session. 




Because of: 

the "serpent and the staff" 

educators, physicians 

scientists, business leaders, 

and civic prominents 

devote: 

time, money, 

energy, talk, 

minds and 

a theory of evolution 

of a new realization 

in an expanding university 

for: 

skill, acknowledgement 

betterment and 

4,800,000 patients in need 

of treatment and a future 

evolves: 

ceremony, pride, 

fulfillment 

through the new center 

for medical studies and 

greater medical 

achievements. 



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Sword of 
Loyola Awards 



The Sword 

which Ignatius offered to God 

Loyola offers 

to James McDivitt 

and Maxime Faget 

for 

courage, dedication, service: 

qualities 
of soldiers, 
of educators 

Between men 

whose traditions include both 




After the presentation, Mr. T. J. Connelly, Dr. Francis J. 
Braceland, Very Rev. James Maguire, S. J., and Most Rev. 
Cletus F. O'Donnell congratulate award recipients Lt. Col. 
James A. McDivitt and Maxime Faget. 



Most Rev. Cletus F. O'Donnell prepares 
to present the Sword to its 1966 recipients. 




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For Service to the University and the 




CIVIC AWARD WINNERS - (from left) Wallace E. Carroll, John 
D. deButts, Ben YV. Heineman, Robert E. Joyce, Mrs. Conrad E. 



Niehoff, A. Abbot Rosen and Frank H. Woods, with Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S. J., president of Loyola University. 



STUDENT MEDALLION RECIPIENTS - Firsf row: Edward 
Bough, College of Arts and Sciences (LSC); Elizabeth Homan, 
School of Nursing; Rev. Walter P. Krolikowski, S. J., dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences, who presented the medallions; William 
M. Barth, Jr., Law School; James McCabe, School of SociaJ Work 



Second row: Jeffrey Tarr, University College; Paul F. Barrett, Col- 
lege of Arts and Sciences (LT); Roger L. Michels, School of Busi- 
ness Administration; Dennis E. Manning, Dental School, Thomas 
C. Tyler, Stritch School of Medicine. 




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Community 



For a day and a night 
once 
every year 
important people honor 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE 
who are meaningful 

to the university 
as-a-part-of-the-community 
and taken all by itself. 

The University 
singles 
out 
those whom it admires 
in business 
government 
the world; 

points to 

students it wishes to praise 

and 

in so doing 

defines its tastes 

its likes and aspirations 

its ideal self. 



ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS - (from 
left) George A. Rooney Catherine Purcell, 
Norton F. O'Meara, Harry M. Klenda, 
D.D.S., Robert G. Denkewalter, John F. 
Callahan, Essie Anglum. 





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From Mount Olympus 




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Came the Greeks 





From every comer of Hellas 
From Columbia unto Chicago Avenue 
Came the noble heroes 
Heroes of the Greeks 

Came the fearless Hellenes 
Hellenes Pietsch and Schmucker 
From every tribe of Attica 
From every house of the Pelopennese 
From Sigma Delts and Delta Sigs 
From Alpha Delts and Pi Alphs 

Unto the sacred plain 

The plain behind the El tracks 

Unto the field of honor 

The field between the parking lots 

Came the noble heroes 

In sacred procession 

Came the brave athletes 

In a short wavy line 

Came to compete with fleet foot 
And with javelin 

Came to contest with fiberglass pole 
And with old bicycle wheels 

Back to every corner of Hellas 
Went the noble Hellenes 
Noble in sad procession 

Except the TKEs, who won. 



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Characters . . . 




Perfectly ordinary students 

except of course 
an occasional beard 
hair over the eyes 

an extraordinary incidence of hoarseness 

"Hey Phil 

gimme back my rough . . ." 

Really regular collegians 

except of course 

on certain nights 

Kings Lear 

Madwomen of Chaillot 

an incredible number of Renaissance courtiers 

"Upstage me again . . . 

and I'll run you through with your own spear . 

Healthy American scholars 

except of course 

the time lost now and then 

rehearsals 

set-building sessions 

an astonishing variety of conversations 

"But dahling . . . 

I simply can't study Calculus now . . . 

my public is waiting . . ." 




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The Rite of Fall 




On the first night of the festival 

the warriors returned from battle 

having smitten the Windsor-tribe. 

The great fires burnt before the long-houses; 

the maidens danced with the pom-poms; 

the sky was lit with divine fires: 

Then did the people retire into the long-house 

jerking, fruging, twisting, waltzing . . . 

until, at the stroke of twelve thirty seven, 

they mounted their Edsels, Nashes and noble Packards 

and galloped into the night 

to study for Ethics next morning. 




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Elephants towed 
down Sheridan Road 
St. Patrick,and Whales 
and vikings with sails 
and none were undone 
by the bridge of the EL 
it went well 
our parade 





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A race eating pie 
(here's a plum in your eye) 
As two-hundred men 
push a ball six-feet tall 
grunting, and hunting 
the sophomore Tsar 
who went far 
far away 







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Pretty young ladies 

like bats out of Hades 

scratching and biting 

and running like lightening 

and all playing ball 

in this "powderpuff Game" 

(all the same 

what a waste) 





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At a much better ball 

for a girl, all in all, 

in a ballroom (more clean) 

We, with pomp, crowned our 

queen 
who would reign (only feign) 
over all you see here 
for a year 
is that clear? 





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Military Ball 



Midwinter elegance bespeaks 
the Military Ball 

a Gold-Torch-planned affair of rank 
with beauty queen and all the swank- 
tacticians plan for weeks 

the consul for old Austria 
received a medal from 
Loyola's President, prestige 
which regularly comes with ease 
to these phenomena 




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Camellia Award 



The prize 

of community improvement 

is the community 

beheld 

and understood 

its recognition — 

the Camellia Award 
and honor to the woman 
whose efforts 
are most significant 

This year: 

Mrs. Paul Galvin 
member of 

Loyola's Board of Lay Trustees 
and Women's Board 




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You and I and everyone we know — 
The Stebler Streisands 

and Chamberlain Moreaus — 
Great Mormon Tabernacle Choirs of 

Tekes, 
And bounding herds 

of terpischorean Greeks 
Are Variety and make it Show 

Fun's the key for those onstage and off, 
Variety Show lets the scoffers scoff 
At feigned Sean Conn'rys 

fresh from bio class 
Or hopeful acts 

with 'O' to boast but brass. 
Still they'll hold a crowd 

sans yawn or cough. 



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Long Hours + Hard Work + Practice = Variety Show 



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Common Stuff thru a Screen of Glamor 





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Graduation, a Very 
Special Happiness 



Most Reverend John P. Cody addresses graduates 





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Defeat: 

It's sour, certainly it's sour 

but if one thinks back, 

and not too far back, 

there is happiness to be found 

in . . . 

Victory: 

For which we can be proud 

that our "Ramblers, Ramblers" 
were inspired enough 
to attain that which 
they did . . . 




Doug Wardlavv looks on as Billy Smith rakes in one of many hard earned rebounds 



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Basketball: 

a game of no compromise 
none with the athletes 
none with the fans 
none with the time involved 
the joy endeared 
the heartbreak 
endured 
the physical strain 
incurred 
for the two above 
but realized for all by the third 
the coaches: 
athletes 
fans 
men of many faces 




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Coach and Sports Information 
Director) and George Ireland 
(Athletic Director and Head 
Basketball Coach) watch a Bam- 
bler fast break. 



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Kenna (left) checks the seri- 
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injury in the UCLA game. 



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Corky Bell (22) 

Gary Bukovsky (34) 

Bob Calihan (40) 

Jim Coleman (30) 

Bill Daly (10) 

Mike Hogan (23) 

Ed Manzke (14) 

Tom Markey (24) 

Al Miller (31) 

Denny Patterson (35) 

Frank Perez (33) 

Billy Smith (41) 

Jim Tillman (42) 

Doug Wardlaw (21) 

Stan Wolenczuk (11) 




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. . . That Lights on Board Will Notch Higher . . 



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. . . And Higher 
for a Great, "Little", Big Team and a . . . 











A team: 

a unit 

of individual units 

driving 

talking 

working 

playing 

hoping as one 
for whom? for all. 



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. . . Happy Win 

for the Ramblers . . . 






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Themselves, For the University Represented 

By Fair, Fabulous, and 
Fruitious Team Play. 



LOYOLA 




OPPONENT 


119 


Windsor 


51 


120 


NE Missouri 


79 


89 


Oklahoma City 


106 


116 


Western Illinois 


57 


96 


Ohio U. 


78 


108 


Missouri 


85 


74 


St. Louis 


73 


100 


Tulsa 


72 


109 


St. Joseph (NM) 


91 


82 


Minnesota 


69 


91 


Indiana 


68 


81 


Marquette 


65 


117 


Western Michigan 


86 


92 


Marshall 


68 


102 


°UCLA 


96 


76 


Kansas State 


70 


84 


Wichita State 


92 


106 


St. John's (Minn.) 


77 


107 


Western Michigan 


75 


77 


Dayton 


72 


94 


Wichita State 


77 


112 


N. Central Col. 


49 


109 


Bowling Green 

"Overtime 

WON 22 - LOST 2 


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LU Keglers Roll Over, Don't Play Dead, 




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It sounds easy 

to roll a hard heavy ball 

down a long narrow lane 

at ten indian-club pins 

and they aren't even moving! 
Try it! 

Try what our kegler Ramblers did so well 
without a large home-crowd watching 
without cheerleaders cheering 
all they have is quiet when they bear down 
on those ten helpless but 

glue-bottomed pins 
The season— a fair one this year 
with wins 

though not without losses: 
in their Midwest Intercollegiate Conference 
a .500 percentage 




Have Fair Season 




Mr. Charles Greenstein (coach), 
Ron Baran, Phil Takacs, Wally 
Thiele, Frank Lawlor, Al 
Chvalo. 



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Aqua-Ramblers . . . 



To get a better start at the sound of the gun 
to execute a perfectly timed turn 
to have a twenty-five yard lead 
to break time records all the year through 
to reach a peak in perfect form 
to fire a ball past an out-stretched goalie 
is to be an Aqua-Rambler 

the Aqua-Ramblers produced an All- America: 

(Paul Akers) 
and they produced an All-Unforgettable: 

(Ron Koehler) 
and they produced a team: 

(Rambler effort) 

the season was one of Loyola swimmers' best 

with but one loss 

and a hope of no more 




Coach Ralph Erickson gives the team a pep talk. 





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All Loyola Swimmers 
and Stress, and the Pains 

of Stringent, 
Striving Competition 




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Succumb to the Elements of Water and Time 





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Cindermen Manage To Pull Out 
Hard-won Victories . . . 



The hours and hours of practice 

the twisting, torturing miles 

that maul the insides 

of cindermen and harriers 

all for what . . . ? 

for anticipating nerves 

for tightening muscles 

for a good position on the line 

for a quicker start than the next man 

for the mental attitude 

not to give out, fall below 

for a first place or 

for a self-satisfaction 



Track coaches Jerry Weiland and Jerry Hahn survey practice at Mont- 
rose Harbor. 






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Stiff Competition and Scholastic Ineligibility 









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President Maguire 
Creates Dynamic, 
Progressive Policy 



Administration is Responsibility 
Answers . . . 

"To whom should one turn, 
whom ask, blame, question, praise?' 
Administration answers . . . 
It is said that it was not the same 
ten years ago (when our President came 
from Xavier in Cincinnati) 
There were not the advisories: 
Businessmen Women 

Alumni Citizens 

Laymen-as-such 
a third of the classrooms 
a quarter of the courses 
three of the schools did not exist 
Yet the difference 
seems less important than what is: 
Loyola 

whether kept or changed or bettered 
substantial in size, in reputation, 

in breadth and tolerance 
The lives of 15,000: 
students, teachers, workers — 
beings touched, nurtured, heard, 

encouraged, amplified, 

made more themselves 
Though little known to most of them 
the actions of the President — 
what he does or does not — 
will shape the lives of these, 

of all they touch and shape 
Responsibility is Administration 




VERY REVEREND JAMES F. MAGUIRE, S.J. 

President 



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ROBERT W. MULLIGAN, S.J. 

Vice-President and Dean of 
Faculties 




W. DANIEL CONROYD 

Vice-President for Development, 
Public Relations and Alumni 
Relations 




Vice Presidents 

Coordinate Functions 

In the University 



THOMAS F. HAWKINS 

Vice-President and Business 
Manager 




JOHN F. SHEEHAN, M. D. 

Vice-President for the Medical 
Center 



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Standing: Rev. Joseph De Vault, S.J., Rev. Donald Hayes, S.J., 
Rev. John \V. Bieri, S.J., Rev. Joseph Small, S.J., Seated: Rev. 
Walter P. Krolikovvski, S.J., Rev. Robert Mulligan, S.J., Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S.J., Rev. Stewart Dollard, S.J., Rev. John 
Mentag, S.J. 



Board of Trustees 



At the heart of a Jesuit university 

Jesuits 

Nine men 

with whom the President 

formulates policy 

plans 

attitudes 
This is the most important agency 
from which all decisions radiate — 
The Board of Trustees 



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Standing: (left to right) Thomas F. Hawkins, Matthew H. Schoen- 
baum, John C. Hayes, Dr. William Schoen, James C. Cox, Dr. John 
F. Sheehan, Rev. John C. Malloy, S.J. Seated: (clockwise from left) 
Rev. Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J., Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J., 
Rev. Walter P. Krolikowski, S.J., Miss Mariette Le Blanc, Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S.J., W. Daniel Conroyd, Miss Gladys Kiniery, 
Miss Elizabeth McCann, Harry L. McCloskey. 



Administrative Council 



Bringing into contact . . . 

The Administrative Council includes 

Vice-Presidents, Deans of Colleges 

of Women 
of Admissions 
of Students 

Directors of Libraries 

of Public Relations 

To make available the President 
to each other 

information on the entire complex control 

of accreditation and admissions 



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Charles C. Kerwin 
Chairman 




Cushman B. Bissell 




Louis H. G. 
Bouscaren 




Michael Cudahy Walter J. Cummings 



Dr. James J. 
Callahan 



William Boy Carnev Charles F. Clarke, 

Jr. 





Walter J. 
Cummings, Jr. 




Thomas A. Dean John D. de Butts 




Querin P. Dorschel Mrs. Paul V. Galvin Frederick M. Gillies George S. Halas 




Matthew J. Hickey, 
Jr. 



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Charles M. Hines Patrick H. Hoy John B. Huarisa Samuel Insull, Jr. 



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Owen Barton Jones 




Robert E. Joyce 




Board of Lay Trustees 

In matters 

outside of the university 

the President 

calls upon the advice of laymen 

Outside 

yet a part of the university 

The Board of Lay Trustees — 

men whose lives are occupied 

in financial and legal matters 

and in Catholic education 

In finance 

campus planning 

legal matters 
the university relies upon 
the Board of Lay Trustees 



Arthur Keating 



Charles H. 
Kellstadt 




Sidney R. Korshak 




Joseph B. 
Lanterman 



Arthur T. Leonard 



Mrs. Frank J. Lewis 






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John L. McCaffrey 




Joseph E. Merrion 





Walter F. Mullady 



Mrs. Conrad E. John F. O'Keefe William J. Quinn Vincent D. Sill 

Niehoff 







Frederick W. 
Specht 



Bolton Sullivan T. M. Thompson Reuben Thorson Jerome W. 

v °.n Gorkom 



Charles S. Vrtis 



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Loyola's Women's Board 

Communication 
is the function 
of the Women's Board 

At its quarterly meetings 
members 

learn of Loyola's academic programs 
opportunities 
plans 

become acquainted 

with Loyola's contributions 
to the community 

broaden their own intellectual experience 

Throughout the year 

each woman 

transmits the information 

and what she can 

of her understanding 

of Loyola 

to those 

who have not shared 

her opportunity 




MRS. R. JEROME DUNNE 
Chairman 




MRS. FRANK J. LEWIS 
Honorary Chairman 



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Programs Activities to Advance Catholic Education 



Mrs. Thomas Amberg 
Mrs. Thomas Stanton Armour 
Mrs. William H. Arnold 
Charles A. Bane 
B. Edward Bensinger 
Richard Bentley 
Robert Lee Berner 
Arthur E. Biddle 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
John R. Bogardus 
Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Augustine J. Bowe 
William J. Bowe 
Harry Boysen 
Jerald 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. 
William Jerome Byrnes 
Julien J. Caestecker 
James J. Callahan 
Charles B. Cannon 
William Roy Carney 
Mrs. John D. Casey 
Mrs. John A. Cassin 
Mrs. Joseph J. Cavanagh 
Mrs. Henry T. Chamberlain 
Mrs. Henry L. Charlton 
Mrs. Charles F. Clarke, Jr. 
John W. Clarke 
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. Daley 
Thomas A. Dean 
James M. Delaney 
Louis A. de Smet 
Mrs. Terrance Dillon 
Mrs. James A. Dooley 
William G. Dooley 
Querin P. Dorschel 
Harry L. Drake 
Lyman M. Drake, Jr. 
Mrs. R. Jerome Dunne 
Mrs. Paul F. Elward 

John N. Estabrook 
John J. Fahey 
Mrs. John V. Farwell, III 
Mrs. George Fiedler 



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



Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
Neil C. Hurley, Jr. 
Edward J. Hutchcns 
Michael L. Igoe 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Henry Porter Isham, Jr. 
Christian E. Jarchow 
Owen Barton Jones 

Miss Ann Joyce 

Mrs. Joseph T. Joyce 
Robert E. Joyce 
William Joyce 
Frank L. Kartheiser 
Joseph S. Kearney 

Mrs. John A. Kennedy 

Mrs. W. McNeil Kennedy 
Otto Kerner 
Charles C. Kerwin 
Edward M. Kerwin 
Weymouth Kirkland 
Sidney R. Korshak 
John R. Laadt 

Dr. Ann Lally 

Mrs. Joseph B. Lanterman 

Mrs. William J. Lawlor, Jr. 

Mrs. Eugene M. Lennon 

Mrs. Arthur T. Leonard 

Mrs. Frank J. Lewis 
James J. Lewis 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Edward C. Logelin 
Lenox R. Lohr 
John L. McCaffrey 
James J. McCarty 
Edwin B. McConville 
Eugene T. McEnery 
Charles L. McEvoy 
John F. McFeatters 
John P. McGoorty, Jr. 



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Mrs. Clarence W. Mcintosh 
Mrs. Robert C. McNamara, Jr. 
Mrs. Henry W. Meers 
Mrs. Joseph T. Meyer 
Mrs. Rober.t J. Migely 
Mrs. John S. Miller 
Mrs. John A. Morrissey 
Mrs. John T. Moss 
Mrs. Paul L. Mullaney 
Mrs. Aidan I. Mullett 
Mrs. Joseph D. Murphy 
Mrs. Lewis C. Murtaugh 
Mrs. John A. Naghten 
Mrs. Conrad E. Niehoff 
Mrs. Leonard J. O'Connor 
Mrs. John F. O'Keefe 
Mrs. John J. O'Shaughnessy 
Mrs. Bernhard Pallasch 
Mrs. William F. Petersen 
Mrs. Robert A. Podesta 
Mrs. William J. Quinn 
Mrs. Thomas W. Reedy 
Mrs. Charles J. Remien 
Mrs. Thomas A. Reynolds 
Mrs. Raymond E. Robertson 
Mrs. Frank J. Rothing 
Mrs. Charles J. Roubik, Sr. 
Mrs. Arthur Rubloff 
Mrs. William J. Schmitt 
Mrs. Herbert E. Schmitz 
Mrs. Richard W. Sears, II 
Mrs. Thomas W. Sexton 
Mrs. William Sexton 
Mrs. Edward D. Sheehan 
Mrs. Donald T. Sheridan 
Mrs. Vincent D. Sill 
Mrs. William J. Sinek 
Mrs. Walter Byron Smith 
Mrs. John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Mrs. Fredrick W. Specht 
Mrs. Carlos A. Spiess 
Mrs. Walter A. Stuhr, Jr. 
Mrs. Bolton Sullivan 
Mrs. Harold W. Sullivan 
Mrs. Joseph Francis Sullivan 
Mrs. Hampden M. Swift 
Mrs. Edwin R. Talbot 
Mrs. J. Thomas Taussig 
Mrs. T. M. Thompson 
Mrs. Reuben Thorson 
Mrs. William J. Tuohy 
Mrs. Frank J. Turk 
Mrs. Jerome W. Van Gorkom 
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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Citizen's Board 

Significant men 
from surprisingly varied fields 
make up 

"the informal arm of Loyola's 
Public Relations Department" 

Meeting quarterly 

they take away with them 

a greater understanding 

of the University they serve 

Wherever 

their far-flung influence is felt 

Loyola's influence reaches too 



Norbert F. Armour 
John W. Baird 
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. Jacob M. Braude 
A. J. Bremner 
C. M. Brennan 
James G. Brennan 
James J. Brennan 
John E. Brennan 
Ralph D. Brizzolara 
Clemens H. Bruns 
Robert E. Burke 
Thomas B. Burke 
Leo Burnett 
C. J. Burny 
Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 
Julian J. Caestecker 
Richard D. Cagney 



William E. Cahill 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Hon. William J. Campbell 
Andrew R. Carlson 
William Roy Carney 
Wallace E. Carroll 
Anthony E. Cascino 
Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 
H. M. Cavanaugh 
Norman L. Cavedo 
Fred E. Chambers 
Frank W. Chesrow 
John A. Clark 
Charles F. Clarke, Jr. 
John W. Clarke 
James W. Close 
John Coleman, Jr. 
John E. Colnon 
Charles A. Comiskey 
Philip Conley 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Philip H. Corboy 
Francis M. Corby 
Walter R. Costello 
Louis J. Cross 
George D. Crowley 
Patrick F. Crowley 
Colonel Henry Crown 




MR. WILLIAM J. QUINN 

Chairman 



Michael Cudahy 
Martin A. Culhane 
Walter J. Cummings, Jr. 
Henry J. Curran 
A. J. Cusick 
Thomas A. Dean 
John D. de Butts 
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 
Robert J. Eichner 
Joseph F. Elward 
Hon. Robert E. English 
Raymond Epstein 
Alexander Eulenberg 
Joseph P. Evans, M.D. 



John W. Evers 
Lawrence S. Fanning 
Peter V. Fazio 
Edward Fenner 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fiedler 
Hon. George Fiedler 
George J. Fitzgerald 
John C. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerald 
Peter Fitzpatrick 
Daniel L. Flaherty 
John J. Flanagan 
Frank Flick 
John J. Foley 
Ray Foley 
Clarence E. Fox 
Zollie S. Frank 
Stephen J. Frawley 
Arthur J. Gallagher 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Admiral William O. Gallery 
James L. Garard 
Lee J. Gary 
Francis J. Gerty, M.D. 
Frank J. Gillespie 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Joshua B. Glasser 



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Louis Glunz 

John P. Goedert 

Maurice Goldblatt 

Richard Goodman 

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 

Joseph E. Henry 

Harry P. Heuer 

Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 

Matthew J. Hickey, III 

Raymond M. Hilliard 

Charles M. Hines 
John P. Hoffmann 
Brig. Gen. Jeremiah Holland 

Michael Howlett 
Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
John J. Hurley 
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. Foy, Jr. 
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. Kennedy 
Charles C. Kerwin 
Edward M. Kerwin 
John P. Kiley 
John J. Kinnare 
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 
Joseph B. Lanterman 
Paul E. Lawler, M.D. 
William J. Lawlor, Jr. 
Russell J. Leander 
William A. Lee 
Morris I. Leibman 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Robert J. Ley 

Stuart List 
Perk 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 
David B. Maher, M.D. 
John J. Maher 
George S. Martin 
James R. Martin 
Howard G. Mayer 
John L. McCaffrey 
Arthur J. McConville 
Edwin B. McConville 
Hon. John V. MeCormick 
Morgan F. McDonnell 
William L. McFetridge 
William J. McGah 
John P. McGoorty 
John B. McGuire 



John F. McGuire 
Clarence W. Mcintosh 
Ivan A. McKenna 
H. V. McNamara 
Robert C. McNamara, Jr. 
Don McNeill 
John E. McNulty 
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 
Riley O'Brien 
Harold P. O'Connell 
Harry J. O'Haire 
James L. O'Keefe 
William P. O'Keefe 
William F. O'Meara 
Robert A. O'Reilly 
John E. O'Shaughnessy 
Michael F. Peckels 
Howard V. Phalin 
James M. Pigott 
Paul M. Plunkett 
Robert A. Podesta 
Howard I. Potter 
Harry W. Puccetti 
James R. Quinn 
William J. Quinn 
Frank C. Rathje 
Ben Regan 
Joseph J. Regan 
Henry Regnery 
James P. Reichmann 



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 

Dr. William M. Scholl, Jr. 

Gilbert H. Scribner, Jr. 

Barnabas F. Sears 

Thomas W. Sexton 

Martin F. Shenahan 

Edward D. Sheehan 

J. Glenn Shehee 

Joseph D. Shelly, Sr. 

Donald T. Sheridan 

Leo J. Sheridan 

Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr. 

Vincent D. Sill 

Jackson W. Smart 

John F. Smith, Jr. 

John M. Smyth, Jr. 

Frederick W. Specht 

Gerard C. Specht 

A. L. Starshak 

Clarence L. Steber 

Bolton Sullivan 

John P. Sullivan 

James E. Thompson 

T. M. Thompson 

Reuben Thorson 

William B. Traynor 

Frank H. Uriell 

Jerome W. Van Gorkom 

Arkell M. Vaughn, M.D. 

Charles S. Vrtis 

John J. Waldron 

Donald J. Walsh 

J. Harris Ward 

Tony Weitzel 

Frank M. Whiston 

Elmer J. Whitty 

Albert J. Wilkins 

James C. Worthy 

Eugene R. Zacher 



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Randolph Anderson 
Henry W. Angsten, Jr. 
James F. Ashenden, Jr. 
Norbert F. Armour 
Gen. William H. Arnold 
Alexander H. Bacci 
Samuel W. Bailey 
George M. Baker 
Frank J. Balasa 
William M. Ban- 
Charles R. Beauregard 
A. J. Belanger 
Edward J. Bennan 
John A. Bernauer 
Hon. Arthur J. Bidwell 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
Ceorge T. Bogert 
Thomas J. Boodell 
Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Leonard T. Braband 
A. J. Bremner 
James G. Brennan 
James J. Brice 
Clemens H. Bruns 
Thomas B. Burke 
William P. Burke 



C. J. Burny 
Robert E. Burny 
John D. Byrnes 
William E. Cahill 
Frank C. Callahan 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Thomas E. Carey 
Raymond N. Carlen 
A. R. Carlson 
William Roy Carney 
Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 
H. M. Cavanaugh 
Norman L. Cavedo 
John H. Chamberlain 
Fred E. Chambers 
Col. Frank W. Chesrow 
H. Grant Clark, Jr. 
Charles F. Clarke, Jr. 
James W. Close 
Robert M. Cole 
John E. Colnon 
Stuart Colnon 
Charles A. Comiskey 
Harry H. Comstock 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Arthur L. Conrad 
W. Daniel Conroyd 



Frank W. Considine 
Thomas J. Considine, Jr. 
Francis M. Corby 
Joseph N. Cordell 
Philip H. Cordes 
S. Charles Corte 
Joseph W. Cremin 
William A. Cremin 
Philip R. Crippen, Jr. 
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 
James E. Degnan 
Charles W. DeGryse 
Philip A. Delaney 
William P. Devine 
Angelo Dicello 
Terrence J. Dillon 
William T. Divane 
James L. Donnelly 



James A. Dooley 
Richard F. Dooley 
William G. Dooley 
Querin P. Dorschel 
Leo J. Doyle 
Timothy J. Doyle 
William J. Drennan 
George E. Driscoll 
Hon. Raymond P. 

Drymalski 
Thomas F. Duffy 
Edward W. Dunne 
James A. Egan 
R. J. Eichner 
Alexander Eulenberg 
David B. Fallon 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fiedler 
Morgan M. Finley 
George J. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerald 
John J. Flanagan 
Edward J. Flynn 
John J. Foley 
Michael V. Fox 
Andrew D. Frain 
Michael B. Frain 



Businessmen for Loyola 





MR. WALTER F. MULLADY 
Chairman 



MR. HENRY W. MEERS 

Vice-Chairman 



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Maurice B. Frank 
Stephan J. Fravvley 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Frank A. Gallagher 
Admiral Win. O. Gallery 
James H. Galligan 
Alfred E. Gallo 
Thomas J. Galvin 
William J. Garvy 
John J. Gearen 
J. Jay Gerber 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Edward P. Gleeson 
Louis Glunz 
Thomas A. Gonser 
Hubert Gotzes 
Bernard C. Grafft 
J. E. Grogan 
George Halas, Jr. 
William J. Halligan, Sr 
R. Emmett Hanley 
Thomas W. Havey 
Thomas F. Hawkins 
John T. Hayes 
Wayne E. Healy 
James R. Heller 
Joseph E. Henry 
Thomas J. Hermes 



University 



Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Preston A. Higgins 
Charles M. Hines 
Gen. Henry H. Hoeffer 
A. H. Hokanson 
Matthew D. Hoy 
Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
John J. Hurley 
James T. Igoe, Jr. 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Bruce R. Jagor 
Howard J. Johnson 
W. E. Johnson 
Owen Barton Jones 
Gerald F. Jordan 
Robert E. Joyce 
Joseph S. Kearney 
Arthur Keating 
Joseph W. Kehoe 
Paul A. Keim 
Charles H. Kellstadt 
Raymond L. Kelly 
Floyd M. Kenlay 
W. McNeil Kennedy 
John E. Kenney 
Edmund J. Kenny 
Charles C. Kerwin 



As Loyola 

has long served 

the business community 

providing it with leaders 

on every level 
the business community 
serves Loyola 
as the mainstay 
of its expansion 

Appealing to alumni 

businessmen 
parents 

with the 

Great Teaching Program 

Businessmen for Loyola 
has brought the University 
well over $3,000,000 
in its ten years 
of existence 



Edward M. Kerwin 
John J. Kinnare 
Weymouth S. Kirkland 
Lawrence E. Klinger 
Paul R. Klingsporn, Jr. 
Frank P. Knoll 
W. S. Knox 
Milton A. Kolar 
Sidney R. Korshak 
Leonard O. Krez 
Alexander X. Kuhn 
Thomas J. Kullman 
George A. Lane 
Joseph B. Lanterman 
Robert B. Latousek 
John N. Latter 
Elmer F. Layden 
Morris I. Leibman 
Nathaniel P. Leighton 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Robert P. Leroy 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
C. Ross Littig 
Fred G. Litsinger 
Warren A. Logelin 
Richard V. Lynch 
William J. Lynch 
William C. MacDonald 
John G. Mack, Jr. 
David S. Mackie 
Neil J. Maloney 
James R. Martin 
Robert W. Martinez 
Howard G. Mayer 
John L. McCaffrey 
Fred M. McCahey 
Arthur J. McConville 
Edwin B. McConville 
Bernard McDevitt 
Clement J. McDonald 
Henry J. McDonald 
Frank J. McGarr 
John E. McGovern 
John A. McGreevy 
Thomas P. McGuinness 
John B. McGuire 
H. V. McNamara 
Charles L. Mee 
Henry W. Meers 
Edward T. Menke 
Joseph E. Merrion 
William A. Moloney 
Edward J. Morrissey 
Walter F. Mullady 
Walter F. Mullady, Jr. 
Aidan I. Mullett 
Edward W. Nicewick 
John A. Naghten 
T. Clifford Noonan 
Robert O'Boyle 
Patrick W. O'Brien 



A. J. O'Callahan 
H. P. O'Connell, Jr. 

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 
Joseph T. O'Rourke 
John E. O'Shaughnessy 
Thomas W. O'Shaughnessy 
Carl Overton 
Bernhard Pallasch 
Paul J. Pater 
Charles E. Pigott 
James M. Pigott 
Donald A. Potter 
Howard I. Potter 
James R. Quinn 
William J. Quinn 
Thomas J. Reedy, Jr. 
Ben Regan 
Henry Regnery 
Raymond J. Revers 
William H. Roberts 
Burke B. Roche 
Edwin A. Rowland 
Anthony J. Rudis 
Philip J. Ryan 
John Schmidt 
Thomas W. Sexton 
Martin F. Shanahan 
Edward D. Sheehan 
Donald T. Sheridan 
Vincent D. Sill 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Harry T. Spellman 
Clarence L. Steber 
Bolton Sullivan 
John P. Sullivan 
Edwin M. Taber 
Richard L. Terrell 
James E. Thompson 
T. M. Thompson 
Reuben Thorson 
Harry J. Trainor 
Doran Unschuld 
Frank H. Uriel! 
Charles S. Vrtis 
Jerome W. Van Gorkom 
John J. Waldron 
John R. Walsh, Jr. 

D. G. Wetterauer 
Jerome Whiston 
Frank M. Whiston 
Elmer J. Whitty 
Albert J. Wilkins 
Eugene R. Zacher 
Michael E. Zacher 

E. A. Zegers 



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Mr. and Mrs. William Harper 





Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Baran Mr. and Mrs. John J. Budz 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Raymond Bilodeau 



Mr. and Mrs. William Buhl 




Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayes 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leuer 



Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy 




Mr. and Mrs. 
Maurice McCarthy 




Mr. and Mrs. 
Mark McDonaugh 





Mr. Ellworth Finnell 




Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Brien 




Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pallasch Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parker Mr. and Mrs. Michael Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pierce 



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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farrell 



Dr. and Mrs. Aurel Goglin 




Chairman Vic Janulaitis coordinates the activities of the Students 
Associates of Loyola. 





Loyola's 

Parents Associates 

Students Associates 

Personal contact 

with prospective students 
with the parents of students 
with donors 

characterizes 

Parents Associates of Loyola 
Students Associates of Loyola 

Working closely together 
they seek out 
the best 

of high school seniors 

of contributors 

for the betterment 

of the institution 

which is 

now 

a part of their family 

their contacts 

their personal lives 



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



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Estate Planning 

Attorneys 

trust officers 

accountants 

men of experience 

in planning for the future 
offer Loyola's administration 
programs covering 

gifts trusts scholarships 

buildings professorships 
cultural and research projects 
The Estate Planning Commission 
gives shape to Loyola 

as it is 

and will be 




Cushman B. Bissell, Chairman 




Alexander Eulenberg 




Clair W. Furlong 





John P. Goedert 



Morris I. Liebman 



John J. Waldron, Vice-Chairman 




Frank D. Mayer 




Medical Center Council 

The gigantic task 
of financing 
the Maywood 
Medical 
Center 
rests 

with men and women 
found also 

on other Boards and Councils 
The Medical Center Council 
consists of benefactors 
whose experience 
matches their devotion 



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 

A vital part 

of every great university 

is 

its alumni 

In four years' time 
Loyola's Alumni Council 
has bound 
Loyola graduates together 

with newsletters 

meetings 

service to the school 
in which their lives were shaped 




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A. J. Bremner 
John K. Bruun 
Dr. Raymond H. Conley 
Timothy J. Connelly 
Philip H. Cordes 
Edward W. Dunne 
Miss Marion Etten 
Walter Foody 
Raymond P. Ganey 
William M. Gibbons 
Frank J. Hogan, Jr. 
James A. Hogan 
Joseph S. Kearney, Sr. 
Dr. John L. Keeley 
Robert C. Keenan 
Dr. George LeMire 
Dr. Carl J. Madda 
D. Thomas Miller 
Paul O'Flaherty 
Norton O'Meara 
Winifred O'Toole 
Joseph P. Sanculius 
Fred Sextro 
Dr. Thomas Stamm 
John J. Waldron 



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REV. ANSELM ROMB, O.F.M. CONV. 

Student Counselor 



Student Counsellors 



Yes 

at those rare moments 

when we are so beset by reality 

as to recognize our need for aid 

but also 

in the stretching flatland 

time 

when we would loll 

slide to 
forgetting 

the Counsellors prod 

encourage 
wait 




REV. GEORGE VON KAENEL, S.J. 

Director of. Spiritual Activities 



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REV. JOHN C. MALLOY, S.J. 

Dean of Admissions 




Office of Admissions 




THOMAS J. DYBA 

Assistant Dean of Admissions 



Known only at two instants: 

when we accept Loyola 
when Loyola accepts us 

The Admissions Office 

conducting seminars 

for high school students 
examining 
placing applicants 

performs a vital service 
and passes from our view 



JOHN E. HANNAN 
Assistant to the Dean of Admissions 



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All which is not academic 
everything that is fun 
whatever students initiate 
most of what "happens to" 
students 
discipline 
housing 
health 

a heck of a party 
the place you have it 
your headache afterwards 
the talking-to or worse 
the efforts you make 
to improve your lot 
all 
are the heavy 

most promising 
responsibility 
of the Office 
of the Dean of Students 







WALTER F. BLOCK 

Director of Housing 

Administrator of Foreign 

Student Affairs 



MICHAEL E. HAWKINS 

Director of Male Student 
Personnel 



IRENE M. KREUSER 
Assistant to the 
Dean of Women 



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The Office of the Dean of Students 




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MARGIETTE LE BLANC, Dean of Women 



HARRY L. McCLOSKEY, Dean of Students 




JOHN A. TOSTO 

Director of Student Activities 




JOAN M. STEINBRECHER 

Assistant Dean of Women 




COMMITTEE ON STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND 
WELFARE - Standing: Harry L. McCloskey, Rev. 
Fred F. Bergewisch, S.J., James M. Forkins, Rev. 
J. Donald Hayes, S.J., Rev. Joseph F. Small, S.J. 
Seated: Mariette Le Blanc, Leona Smolinski. 



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Administrative 



Staff 





RICHARD A. BARRY 
Director of Public Relations 



GEORGE A. HOSTERT, JR. 

Assistant to Father Mulligan 






WILLIAM P. MOLONEY 

Director of Development 
Stritch School of Medicine 



THOMAS R. SANDERS 

Director of Development 



JAMES W. SASSEN 
Alumni Relations 



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MARY R. MANZKE 

Examiner of Credentials 



ELIZABETH A. McCANN 
Registrar 



JAMES McCUE 

Assistant to the 
Director of Development 




FRANCES M. STUHLMILLER 

Secretary to Father Maguire 




REV. JOSEPH M. WALSH, S.J. 

Adm in istrative Assistant 
to Father Maguire 




EUGENE R. ZACHER 

Director, Estate Planning 



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The Library Offers Loyolans A Place 





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For Study and Research 




Amidst the maze 
of numbers 

poi. nts/slashes 
classifications 
in which information 

(even wisdom) 
is stored away 
a few men and women 
protect 
correlate 

are familiar with 
the entire body 

The better students 
tend to know them well 





JAMES C. COX, Director of Libraries 



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Crammedinbetween 

the white and little red lights 

Rush Street; 
the solid grey 
the glass walls 
the Fashion District 
the crumbling brick, 

rotten coffee smell . . . 
Chicago Avenue. 

Lewis 
Towers 

University 

Center 

School of Law 

make up Loyola's downtown campus. 

Stuffedinside 

charging up narrow stairwells 
looking from pseudo-Renaissance windows 
Lewis Towers . . . 

pushing into THE elevator 
tinkering with the January air conditioner 
University Center . . . 

sliding on the polished tiles 
peering through glazed doors 
Law School Building . . . 

Arts and Sciences 

Business Administration 
School of Law 

are nearly half Loyola's student body. 




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Serving Men and Society: 







JOHN C. HAYES, Dean 



the Law School 



The way in which 

our society 

keeps 

itself 

in order 

moulds itself 
to please itself 

This 

for fifty-seven years 

has been the study 

the product 
of Loyola's Law School 

Not degenerating 

not necessarily improving 

but always changing 

the Law School 
and the Law 

are to serve 




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Law Students View Justice and Government 





STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION-Stewdtng: Frank Niedhart, Tim Hawkins, Bill Quinlan, 
Mike Wiedel, Gerry Rohrer, Don Shine. Seated: John Coleman (president), Roger Suhar 
(vice-president). 



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DR. JULIUS REZLER, Acting Director 



Loyola's IIR Prepares 
Its Students for Careers 
in Industrial Relations 



Humanity utilized 
(foot-pounds 
man-hours 

executive potential) 
classified 
(management 
labor 

capital) 
somewhere 

te ndst oge t(hu manit y)l ost 
tends to get (humanity) lost 

The Institute of Industrial Relations 

remembering humanity 

helps men 

(managementlaborcapitaland all) 

to recognize 

never to separate 

humanity 




Members of the staff of the Institute of Industrial Relations confer with Dr. Rezler about the coursework offered by the Institute. 



107 



More 

than climbing creaking cases 

of eroded stairs 

than hearing 

recording 

classifying 
the problems of others 

Social work is 

the understanding 

of the fabric of society 

its sicknesses 

and its strengths 

Twenty-one faculty members 

and students from around the world 

investigate these things 

at Loyola. 




DR. MATTHEW SCHOENBAUM, Dean 



Loyola's Social Workers Seek Perfection of Society 




STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS-SfWrng: James McCabe (president), James Ries 
(vice-president). Seated: Noel Perlman (secretary), Phyllis Antonelli (treasurer). 



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COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-Sfaiuftng: Clark Davis, James Tansor Terry Robinson, Robert 
McCurdy. Seated: Ed Kusek, Hilary Jenkins, Tom Doud, Mildred Coftaro. 




SOCIAL WORK COUNCIL-(clockwise from left) Ed Kusek, Carol Seinsbenner K^nne 



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Grad Students 
Follow Rugged 
Road to Academe 





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DR. PAUL KINIERY, Assistant Dean 



DR. RICHARD A. MATRE, Dean 



The phrase sounds somehow ambiguous 

"Graduate School" 

for most it is really apprenticeship 

still not quite for real yet as difficult as thought it were 

still the money flows from the student 

yet more and more his becomes the greater share of work 

still learning, but learning now to a purpose — 

learning a technique, the ability to produce 

and produce he does, until finally 

what was avocation is profession 

trade 

living. 



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Part-timers Populate University College 





Today we'll type 

or teach six hours 
or boss 

or work on a loading crew 
but at night we do 

what we want to do 

while 

outside 

the nightclubs 

are filled and emptied 
we listen 
to history and philosophy 

and accounting 

what some (unfortunate) people 

call work 
what we work for 
and hurry to 

what we, after all, want to do 



JOHN P. DONOHUE, Acting Dean 




JOSEPH A. BARNEY 

Administrative Assistant to the Dean 



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Council Enhances Social Life for University College 



UC COVNCIL-Standing: Alice Jaske, Irv 
Motluck. Seated: Jeffrey Tarr. 



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MARY LOUISE McPARTLIN, Director 



Home Study Division 



Because he is in the army 

or because he works from 8 to 5 

and again from 5 to who-knows-when 
not everyone can come to school 

so 

Loyola's Home Study Division 

since 1921 has come to 

soldiers and housewives 

mechanics and teachers in the thousands 

with the same course material 

presented at Loyola 

so 

whatever he has to do 
a man can make the most 
of his precious little time. 




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Loyola's Guidance Center 



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The world escapes 

from children too 

as suddenly 

as much 

as it does from us 

The Guidance Center 
trys 

to stretch 

their youthful reach 
out to their parents 
to their schools 

it trys 

with clinical psychologists 

and with well-trained students 

And the children 

grasp and reach as well 




DR. THOMAS M. KENNEDY 

Director of the Child Guidance Center 




Standing: Paul Wolf. Seated: Mrs. Marie Brooker, Margaret Procyk, Sister Mary Richard, 
Dr. Helen Pancerz. 



114 



Urban Studies Views the Unique Problems of Our Cities 




JOHN M. DUCEY, Director of Urban Studies 



A new program 

treats 

a new problem 

suddenly 

urgently 

the greater part of our population 

the greatest of our challenges 

center in the urban areas 

patiently 

urgently 

a small part of our faculty 

a smaller part of our student body 

study finance 

politics 

urban renewal 

in eternal terms 
treating eternal situations 




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DR. VIRGIL ROYD 

Dean 



Business Administration 



Man does not live by bread alone 

as much as man lives by bread 
it is 

in cooperation 
competition 
with other men 

in the School of Business Administration 

the necessities of accounting 

the obligations of business law 

the powers and forces of economics 

the rules of marketing 

the customs of management 

are tools 

of the possibilities 

of the Christian Ethic 

which lifts the cooperation 
above necessity 
above bread alone 




116 




VERNARD S. KORCHINSKI 

Assistaiit to the Dean 



Prepares Its Students For LaSalle Street or Law School 




LEONARD F. ZIMNY, Counsellor 
and Director, Physical Education 



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Business Council Unites School through 'Communicare' 




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Standing: Bob Seiko, John Schreiber, Lud Streck, Wally Wojcik, Dee De Carlo, Diane 
Dziedzina, John Nicholas. Seated: Tom Schmidt (secretary), Jack Quinlisk (president), Max 
Jarmoc (vice-president), Terry Riccio (treasurer). 



118 




Econ-Finance Society 

It has been said too often: 

heat does not melt 

the tons of tons of steel 

nor the motion of the hand of man 



but the concept 
which the workman 




the supervisor 
buyer-seller 




entrepreneur 
hordes 


holds back 


plants a little 
is-steward-to 


pays out 
sets free 



DR. THEODOSI A. MOGILNITSKY 

Department Chairman 



wealth-power-wealth are one. 

It is said too rarely: 

good can be made of this as well. 




ECON-FINANCE SOCIETY - First row: Louise Wisnieski (secretary), Bernadette Zawilinski, 
Elizabeth Sundberg, Alan Leksander. Second row: Dan Fitzgerald, Roger Michels, Ronald 
Hennigar. Third row: Roger Scott, Thomas Munro, Bob Kauss (president), Philip May (vice- 
president). Fourth row: John Morrow, Lawrence Avignone, Donald Perkins, Thomas Kostel. 
Standing: Mr. Ed Dielman of Harris Trust Co. 



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Left row: William Westerowski, Karl Zwolfer, Gerry Yandel. flight 
row: Alberto I. Perez, Michael Padula, Bill Diesing. 



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DR. RAYMOND A. MAYER 

Department Chairman 



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Dick Parkinson (president), 
Dave Leach (vice-president), 
Glen Di Iorio (recording sec- 
retary), Tim Walsh (corres- 
ponding secretary), Mr. Mike 
Le Coney of Humble Oil. 



S.A.M. Communicates 

Management is coordination: 
of the activities of persons 
of the presences of objects 
of all the forces 

public 

goods 

communciation with the one 
presentation of the other 
all separate persons— things 

it is not unlike choreography 

altogether unlike 

a grinding pushing-itself-each-other 

m-a-c-h-i-n-e 

for it leaves each element itself 
and creates only 
coordination 




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Left to right: Bill Sherry, Edward Walsh, John Lipinski, Richard 
Parkinson. 



121 



The Science of Business Law 
Aids the Wheel of Commerce 



A science 

which gives common meaning 

to the terms of understandings 

which make commerce possible 

is 

business law 

which makes possible 

trust 

(contracts, bonds, securities) 

on which turns 

all of commerce 




DR. JOHN A. ZVETINA, Department Chairman 




122 




A most hidden thing 

is the desire of an individual man 

at this moment 

to please a dozen men 

for a dozen months 

would seem impossihle: 

a matter of luck and guesswork 

yet men begin so much alike 
associate so much together 
are pleased with shapes 

colors 

results 
in such a way that 
if we watch them wisely 

they will reveal (implicitly) 
what they desire 



DONALD G. MEYER, Department Chairman 



Marketing: To Please the Multitude of Individuals 




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MARKETING CLUB — Standing: Mr. Donald G. Meyer (moderator), Vince Rangel, George 
Waden, Roger Turner, Al Golnik, Mike Maloney, Ed Dybas, Gary Kapke (president), Bob 
Blachovvski, Jim Cukla, Len Brabeck (treasurer), Bob Kepner, Richard Koch, Tom Breier, 
Roy Nichols. Seated: Norene Wade, Bernadette Zawilinski, Christine Tischler, Diane 
Dziedzina, Louise Wisnieski (secretary). 



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First row: Bernadette Zawilinski (secretary), Elizabeth Sundberg (president), Mary Therese 
Pullam (publicity chairman), Louise Wisnieski (treasurer), Ann Wight (social chairman). 
Second row: Mrs. Irene Kreuser, Bernadette Gniber, Diane Kociszewski, Joan Jakob, Marilyn 
Hatzell, Norene Wade, Bita Mae Lynn, Loreli Shim, Diana Dziedzina, Chris Tischler, Myra 
Swick, Jody Kujawa, Silvia Viksna, Teresa Wojcik. 



Bus. Ad. Coed Club 



The life-experience 

of a woman 

is 

somehow 

a little different from . . . 

so 

everything she encounters 

even the rushing, sexless world 
of commerce 

must come away 
a little different: 
may be treated separately 



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Standing: Robert Dold, Ronald Rayzik, Stephen Monaco, Patrick Granahan, James Bonk, 
James Balaskovits. Seated: Ronald Hubrich (vice-president), Gene Kozikoski (president), Dr. 
Robert A. Meier (moderator), Paul Hitzelberger (secretary), Thomas Ogurek. 



Beta Alpha Psi 



After honored 
actions add to honor 

Beta Alpha Psi (accounting) 
not mere self-adulation 

hears lectures 
at meetings 
meets other chapters 
strikes out into the field (trips) 
grows 
encourages excellence after 

as before election 

standards largely academic 

chose just eleven 

who 

already honored 

act (account for that!) 



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Seated: Myra Swick, Ron Bayzik, Tom Kostel, Ken Chadvvick. First raw standing: Tom 
Ogurek, Pat Granahan, Terry Zawacki, George Lejeck, Gerald Tuzzolino, Dennis Blaze, 
Robert Cooley, Jim Bonk, Robert Kirsch, Matt Engels. Second row standing: Tom Carlson, 
John Gaynor, Art Formell, John Welling, John Milakovieh, Jim Balaskovits, Dave Bredemann, 
Ed Lauduskie, Bob Dold. 

Accounting Puts Mathematics into Practical Use 




Jorry Britz (president), Paul Hitzelberger (secretary), Gene Kozi- 
koski (treasurer), Ron Hubrieh (vice-president). 



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Department Chairman 



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One of the Facets of Loyola's Downtown Campus 




127 



In the evening the sun sets 
behind the West Side water tanks 

s i Ih o u e tt e 
in black against the pink 
the clock tower of the Wrigley Building 
like a parish church 
stands above the village 
cheap coffee shops- 
pale yellow and neon-lit— 
range along the rain-slick avenue 
the university— the city 
are more and more indistinguishable 

ROBERT P. CAHILL 
Assistant to the Dean 



DR. JOSEPH J. WOLFF 
Director, Honors Program, LT 



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Lewis Towers Arts Makes Near North Side Its Campus 



REV. HUGH B. RODMAN, S.J. 

Associate Dean 




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Standing: Leon Smith (Vox editor), Anthony Macievic (con- 
sul). Seated: Dr. D. Herbert Abel (moderator), Claudette 
Ivancic (quaestor). 



REV. THEODORE J. TRACY, S.J. 
Department Chairman 



Literature of the Past Sheds Light on Present and Future 



Standing: Darlene Slipetz, Virginia Denney, Dick Jordan, Ray Pijanowski, Pat Cummings, 
Dave Anderson, Clifford Waddy, Rich Gamble, Bob Edgeworth, Dennis Bohlman. Seated: 
Virginia Zanello, Yvonne Amar, Sally Polasek, Pat Tipton, Patricia Graham, Cynthia Bara- 
nowski, Dorothy Martinkovic, Vicki Dolezal, Carolyn Klos, Janice Kapshull, Joan Dixon, 
Deborah Ludwig. 




The first height 
of civilization 
that of the Greeks 
and Romans 
still attracts men 
as it shapes 

(to an extent) 
their lives 

With Homer 

Vergil 

Caesar 

Euripides 
a department of languages 
is also 
a department of literature 



129 



Study of Foreign Cultures Melts Diplomacy to Friendship 

Standing: Michael Leahy, Sister Marie Celeste, S.C. (moderator), Margaret Hermanutz, 
Barbara Juskevich, Brother Richard Nuzzo, C.S., Janet Battiste, Mary O'Connell, Anthony 
Macievic, Yvonne Amar. Seated: Sharon Radloff, Karen Gipson. 




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Studiert die Sprache 
Etudiez la Langage 



With tape recordings 
microphones 
grammars . . . 

with Rabbelais 
Goethe 
Petrarch . . . 

an attempt is made 
to give Americans the tools 
with which to contact 
their heritage. 



DR. JOSEPH WANDEL, Department Chairman 




First row: James Carvey, Martha Le Febre, Cathy Nemchock, Sharon Radloff, Mary Alice 
Brunod, Fran O'Connor. Second row: Rita Redmond, Lambert McGuire, Karen Gipson, 
Janet Battiste, Yvonne Amar. Third row: Sandra Di Tata, Shirley Budzik, Rita Pelczyk. 
At lectern: Sister Marie Celeste, S.C. (moderator). 



131 



Scabbard and Blade: Loyola's Most Outstanding Corpsmen 



First row: Robert Golden, Thomas Roti, Paul Govekar, Robert Morris, Ronald Rokosz, Harold 
Wactor. Second row: Andrew Collins, Eugene Trzupek, Ronald Klimas, Stuart O'Byrne, 
George Anderson, Ronald Tate, David Sass. 




Neither order of knights 

nor a fighting Blue Key 

the Scabbard and Blade 

is the way special soldiers 

become (not just notice) 

the go-making factor 

in what's prone to be 

(like every unpleasant thing) 

all too mechanical 

Army 

for leadership (even initiative) 

Scabbard and Blade 

sheathes the weapon 

in thinking 



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DR. LLOYD L. ARNOLD 

Chairman, Natural Science Department 



DR. JOHN M. WOZNIAK 
Chairman, Education Department 








WILLIAM C. MORRIS 

Acting Chairman, Speech and 
Drama Department 









DR. PAUL MUNDY 

Chairman, Sociology Department 



REV. JOSEPH F. SMALL, S.J. 

Chairman, Political Science Department 



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Not only that which we worship, 
nor even only that which we love, 
but which we merely touch, 
which we see, 
which we smell . . . 

The very words . . . 
the images 
are this discipline 
which comes before 
so much else. 




REV. F. TORRENS HECHT, S.J. 
Department Chairman 



Philosophy: The Mother of All Our Knowledge 



PHI SIGMA TAU - Seated: Benedict Amar 
(president), Donna-Marie Boland (treasurer), 
Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. (moderator). 
Standing: Raymond Buschmann, Michael 
Leahy, Theresa Vielmayer, Mary Ann Ban- 
dala, Margaret Hermanutz, Patricia Gra- 
ham, Helen Gottschalk. 




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History: Man and His Situation 




DR. PAUL S. LIETZ 
Department Chairman 



Standing: Richard W. Strattner (moderator), 
Tony Travis (president), Pat O'Hayer (public 
relations). Chuck Thomason (membership com- 
mittee), Jim Luce (comprehensive committee), 
John Boyer (constitution committee). Seated: 
Marianne Malinowski (library committee), An- 
drea Pacer (programs committee), Cecilia Car- 
reon (secretary). 




The mere events of former times 
are little imitated . . . 
cause nothing. 

The men of the past 

however 

are us . . . 

History does not repeat itself, 
but men . . . 



The members of the Historical Society 
listen attentively to a report from Presi- 
dent Chuck Thomason. 



135 



Psychology Searches for Comprehension of Man 



Developing 

the student's frame of reference 

by setting him 

in dark, lonely cubicles 

and having him observe 

a single flicker of light 

fuse 

into a state of solidarity 

or sending him 

into the "rat lab" 

to slice into one of 

the not-so-permanent inhabitant's 

cortical layers 

or having him stand 
before a computer's punch board 
for an hour or two 
multiplying two times two 

but 

anything for science 




DR. RONALD E. WALKER 

Department Chairman 




Gerald Smith (treasurer, LT), James Grot (president, LSC), John Retterer (president, LSC), 
Stephen Molidor (president, LT), Stuart O'Byrne (vice-president, LSC), Gerrie Paterkiewicz 
(secretary, LT), Chris Polk (secretary, LT), Cherie Radous (vice-president, LT), Dr. Flanagan 
(moderator). 



136 




The members of the Psych Club at a lecture by Dr. Flanagan. 




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You can trace the stages 
of our growth 

The oldest buildings 
in the center: 

on the hill 
where you can walk 
for a few moments 
in Edwardian charm; 

the massive ones, 

like Romanesque basilicas, 

from the early twenties 

the dated buildings 

from the thirties 

by the lake 

where the Drive was (supposed) 

to pass 

the temporary structures 
from the forties 

and the new one 

towering 

a skeleton based in cement 

All clash in our eyes 

blend in their functions 




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Humanists and Scientists Grow Here . . . 







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HARRY BLANTON, Assistant Dean and DION J. WILHELMI, As- 
sistant Dean confer about a student's transcript. 



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

Dean 



Twelve acres of sandy soil: 

with exceptional luck 

250 bushels of wheat per year— 

not enough to support a family. 

The three thousand persons 
whose lives center here- 
studying 
teaching 
researching 
administrating 
maintaining— 

run industries 
fill professions 
advance the culture 

for which industries 
professions 
families exist. 




143 




REV. CARL J. BURLAGE, S. J. 

Director, Honors Program, LSC 



For the most ambitious 

Loyola offers- 
extra work 
extra opportunity 
extra attention 
extraordinary promise 



144 



For the priestly vocation 
(as for the professional), 

Loyola provides the tools 

to young men 

from all over the nation 

in a single semester 
of heroic effort. 



REV. LAURENCE E. HENDERSON, S. J. 
Director, Pre-Seminary Latin Program 



DR. JOHN S. GERRIETTS 

Chairman, English Department 






REV. FRANCIS L. FILAS, S. J. 

Chairman, Theology Department 



The study of 

Expression! 
for which 
to a large extent 
we strive 

hope 

continue listening. 
Living promotes 
most of all 
Beauty: Understanding. 



What God has revealed 

what man 

painfully over the ages 

has happened across. 

The meagre sun 

of our most important knowledge 
is the all-encompassing province 
of the Queen of Sciences. 



145 



Thomas Giallanza, Vicky Lacis, Frank Guziec. 




Tomorrow's Chemists 
Experiment in Off-hours 



In the midst of 

the odor 

of sulphur, 

the business of 
mixing and 
combining, 
evaluating 
elementary things 
continues. 




DR. RAYMOND P. MARIELLA 
Department Chairman 



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Conrad Naleway, Christine Chatlos, 
Frank Schmidt, Fred Hirt, Bill Hirt, 
Rich Hellgeth, Ron Przvbyla, Kristine 
Lineck, Joe Wrobel. 



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First row: Pamela Forbes, Allen 
Guest, Anthony Manzara, Marion 
Gattus. Second row: Michael Wit- 
ter, Jim Maracek, Jim Babler. 



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Firsi row: Dorothy Turek, 
Gretchen Raach. Second row- 
Edward Devine, Bruce Gober, 
Diane Fial, Bob Sawicki, Ken 
Kopicri. Third row. Elaine Bud- 
zisz, Joan Frey, Marjorie Woods. 
Fourth row. Martin Aken, Thomas 
Dolan, Neal Londos, Robert 
Zadylak. Standing: Judy Cholewa. 




Wasmann Shows Future Biologists the 





REV. WALTER P. PETERS, S.J. 

Department Chairman 



148 




Paths of Success 



First row: Patricia Evans, Patricia Merwick, Mary Grover, Donna 
Eichinger. Second row: Mary Beth McClay, Charles Janovsky, 
Robert Gibula, Patricia Sebastian, Joseph Vlchek. Third row: John 
Doinke, Robert Kazan, Paul Tomich, Chrisann Schiro. Fourth row: 
Liz Kunke, Jim Swiatek, Jim Cisco. Fifth row: Kenneth Micetich, 
Thomas Malecki, Robert Babiak. Sixth row: Janice Lundberg, 
Richard Long. 



The organization 

too large 

for us to know in itself 

we see 

in the cats 

the worms 

the leaves 

which we can begin to 
co m pr ehe n d . . . 

which give us hope 

of comprehending 




Wasmann committee projects include observations 
of unusual marine life. 



149 



Energetic Physicists 
Accelerate Activities 



The sciences 
of the material 
are 

discovery 
(in approximation) 

of the laws) 
(the humanity) 

of nature. 



PHYSICS CLUB — Background: Thomas Michaels, Sigmund Eisen- 
schenk, Dennis Lisack, Paul Fransioli, Thomas Ohlhaber, Ronald 
Colin, William Hath, Ray Rasane, Jay Woolf, James Barker, Ed 
Kamykouski, Bill Clohesy, John Baier. Foreground: Warren Buss- 
cher (vice president), John Dykla (president), Charles Dietz (secre- 
tary). Raymond Rossi (treasurer). 




REV. J. DONALD ROLL, S.J. 
Department Chairman 


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To talk about mathematics 

is 

to talk about the mind 

about all thought and knowledge 

the equations 

with which we think 

the art 

with which we project 

in pure form 

are 

the purely subjective 
purely universal 
purely human mode 



DR. ROBERT B. REISEL 
Department Chairman 



LU Euclideans: Set for the Computer Age 




MATH CLUB — First row: Dave Buehthal (president). Second row: Paula Valaitis, Ed Triseh- 
mann, Marv Kay Motto (secretary), Dennis Celeschi, John Dvkla, Charles Dietz. Third row: 
Jo Anne Matula, Alice Ehemann. Andv Wojciechowski. Fourth row: Mr. Bernard Petosa 
(moderator), Jill Dwyer (vice president). 



151 



Arts Council - Forum for Student Leadership 




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Standing: Ed Hapaniewski, Eileen Harrington, Teri Wojcik, Martv Ammer, Joe Lamas, 
Rick Garvey, Joe Sjostrom, Chris Glazar, Tom Giallanza, Charles Dwyer, Joe Jagiello. 
Seated: Mike Garvey, John Carr, Judy Reese, Mike Beehner. 



152 




LT. COL. CHARLES E. MURPHY 
Department Chairman 



The Nation's Honor 
Lies in the Skill 
Of Its Military 



Learning to promote security 

not so much through 
killing 

destroying 
defending 

as through 

discipline 

foresight 

leadership 

Cadets prepare themselves 
to prepare others. 




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'With Spit and Polish,' ROTC Takes Part in 





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the Nation's Defense 







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To Chicago's Sick 
LU Nurses Reflect 
A Spirit of Service 



She 

begins like 

almost any other student 

with English 

philosophy 

psychology 

microbiology 
Microbiology? 

The nurse 

from the beginning 

is set 

a little apart 

her aims 

a little different 

Where others 

at most 

will help 

(when called upon) 

she 

makes her life of helping 

and 

is set 

a little apart 




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MARY P. LODGE, Assistant Dean 




NURSING COUNCIL: First row— Jackie Specht, Peggy Lescher, Diane Annweiler, Cathy 
Accorsi, Terry Tortorello, Mary K. Poremski, Christine Cwiklinski, Judy Baron. Second row- 
Fat Nocek, Mickey Clabots, Trish Oliphant, Gerri Stroka, Judy Clark, Jeanne Neu, Carol 
Poulsom, Beth Homan, Betty RuiBng, Eileen Harrington. 



157 




Oh, to be young again! 





The membership of Sigma Theta Tau honorary represents the most outstanding students in 
the School of Nursing. 



158 



Ward council discussions provide theoretical solutions to usual 
and unusual difficulties. 






Student aid training includes technical knowl- 
edge of hospital equipment. 




The rewards of nursing, though few, far out- 
weigh the problems. 



Christmas decorations provide an atmosphere to uplift falling spirits. 



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Enthusiastic care lends cheer to an otherwise dreary stay. 




Restless minds while away the hours at those 
ever-intriguing tasks. 








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Education on treatments and cares 
prevents complications. 



Loyola will honor student nurses by cap- 
ping, striping and pinning ceremonies for 
the last time this year. 



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Behind the city 
just past Ashland 
where the mansions 
watched the trucks go by 

north of the railroads 

south of the expressway 

behind which the poor were kept 

where, 

on a good, grey day, 

you couldn't see the Loop, 

Loyola's Medical Center 

for forty-eight years 

supplied Chicago hospitals 

with future dentists and doctors. 

At the city's frontiers 
just past First Avenue 
where the truckdrivers 
race unlookingpast the forest 

north of the ranchhouses 
south of the ranchhouses 
in which the middle-class is kept 

where, 

on a good, grey day, 
you can't smell the city, 
Loyola's Medical Center 
for . . . 




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Physicians-in-Training Look to Tomorrow 



With a student body of 324 
and a faculty of well over 600 

the Stritch School of Medicine 

which has 

for half a century 

supplied doctors 

to the fifty states and Canada 

this year broke ground 

for a 34.5 million dollar 

Loyola University Medical Center 

at which to continue 

the intensive training 

carried on in the West Side Medical Center 

since 1917 . . . 




DR. JOHN F. SHEEHAN, Dean 



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




PAUL M. GAZZERRO 

Assistant to the Vice-President 
for the Medical Center 




DR. FREDERICK M. SELFRIDGE, Assistant Dean 



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Pre-operation analysis provides a blue- 
print for the upcoming surgery. 





Junior medical students scrub up before studying operation tech- 
niques. 



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Medical students sieze the opportun- 
ity to observe the doctor's delicate 
handiwork. 



The anesthesiologist renders the procedu 
painless and smooth. 







DR. LAD F. GRAPSKI, Director of Loyola 

University Hospitals, 

Associate Dean of Hospital Administration 



DR. WILLIAM R. RICH 

Associate Dean in charge of Academic Affairs 





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A post-operation review completes the operation procedure study. 



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Junior medical students participated in practical 
medicine at Hines' liquid scintillation counter. 



Medical researchers study the effects of drugs on isolated tissue. 





The control cage provides a center of 
pharmacalogical studies on the skeletal 
muscles. 



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The Aim- 



Through a four-year-program 

oriented toward 

the intellectual, 

social, 

spiritual, 

as well as professional 

values, 

the School of Dentistry 

educates 

approximately 400 men and 

women 

to take their place 

among the members 

of the dental profession. 

Since the first graduating class 

in 1844, 

world and national recognition 

has been accorded 

to many Loyola dental alumni. 




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DR. FRANK M. AMATURO, Assistant Dean 



Professional Attitudes in Dentistry 




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



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Skilled hands probe to detect trouble and prevent it. 





A class of assistants shows why one of every two Chicago dentists comes from Loyola. 





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The library provides dent students with a 
place to learn the theory behind the prac- 
tice. 

Bridge-building is an integral course in 
anv dental curriculum. 



Apprentice workmanship in cavity detec- 
tion is surveyed bv a critical eye. 





ST. APOLLOMA GUILD -First row: Tom Golec, Larrv Wiatr 
(president), Scott Shore (vice president), Tim Chatton. Second roiv: 
Ralph Del Monico, Terry- Danek, D.D.S., Dan Fuertges, Warren 
Avny (chairman), Dean Skuhle (historian). Third rote: Robert Kane, 



Dennis Olson, Ed Le Mire, Dominic Trumfio, Nick Pieroni, Frank 
Kaman. Fourth roic: Richard Znllo, Ronald Tracy, Gregory Kledzik, 
Wayne Milos, Vince Rossi, Dan Rudin, Ronald Sullivan. Last row: 
Kenneth Trabert. 



The technique of oral surgery is an art which must be learned from the masters. 

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DENTAL SCHOOL COUNCIL - First row: 
Dr. Richard Stamm (moderator), Ralph Del 
Monico (vice president), Dennis Manning (presi- 
dent). Edward Samples (secretary), Ronald Fel- 
lows. Second toic: John Ronaguro, Warren 
Avny, Sheldon Shapiro, Dennis Olson, Ter- 
rence Danek, Wavne Adamson. Tliird row: 
Thomas Ecker, Ernest Dovidio, Lawrence 
Wiatr, Dominic Trumfio, Laurence Carlsen, 
Wayne Milos, Gerald Cifford, Robert Goehl. 



Visual examination precedes the process of drilling. 



Instruction in periodontics makes use of all the latest tech- 
niques in operation procedure. 





Instilling confidence in a child gives the dental student confidence in himself. 




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Bellarmine Scholasticate - A Suburban Haven 




ROBERT MURRAY, S.J., 
Rector 

The Blessed Virgin Mary 

commemorated in marble 

in the lobby of a luxury hotel . . . 

a library in a silk-walled ballroom . . . 

Aquinas in the bridal suite . . . 

It seems curious only because it is new 

as so much in the Church is new. 

The Bellarmine Scholasticate 

providing teachers and administrators 

for the Chicago and Detroit provinces 

resides in a former hotel near Aurora. 

Through its service as a training center — 

as much a part of Loyola 

as any of the other colleges — 

the new Bellarmine is located 

in reasonable proximity 

to the cultural and intellectual center 

just out of sight 

to whose service it is dedicated. 



JOSEPH DE VAULT, S.J. 
Dean of Theology 




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MICHAEL MONTAGUE, S.J. 
Dean of Philosophy 



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Mail call provides that longed-for break 
in the daily routine. 




A few laughs and a good sports 
story round out the day in a 
teacher's life of study. 






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Comparative study combines knowledge for deeper under- 

stanuiiig. 



From Schweitzer to McKenzie; 
to fill the mind or purge the spir- 
it: Aurora's library. 



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Jesuit scholastics commute to Lewis Towers to broaden their 
liberal education. 



Bellarmine's recreation room provides di- 
version from studies and chores. 



. . . for Future Teachers, Missionaries, and Priests 



179 




Rome: Eternally Inspiring, Enlightening and Endearing 




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




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A major part 

of a university 

is 

the (university) town 

or (university) countryside 

or (university) city-complex 

which surrounds it 

Take 

a great university: 
surround it with Rome 
envelope that in Italy 

the millenial heritage of Europe 

the Mediterranean 

a wider set 

of realities to explore 

between 

(because of) 

classes 

and you cannot help but add 
a major part 
to a university 



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Standing: John Schreiber, Ed Hapaniewski, Ed Kusek, Valentino Menis, 
Mike Wiedel, Jim Guido. Seated: Peggy McCarthy, Ginger Meares, Lora 
Rettenberger, Dawn Petrole, Vicki Tammen, Judi Cholewa. 





Denis Walsh, Chairman 



Robert Seiko, Secretary-Treasurer 



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Union Activities Board 



The UAB's an Ad Hoc giant 
made of other governments 

of all who have an interest 
in social doings 
cultural attempts 
activities 
(Union Activities Board) 
and 

whatever else may come: 

political action 
enforcement of rules 
what 
(undone) 
is left to do 

defines the Union Board 



UAB hears proposal for 

change in structure and goals 
from committee chairman Det- 
lev Von Pritschyns. 





George Sullivan, Vice-Chairman 



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Robert Rogan, Jack Rossate (president), Jim Durkin, Rich Izzo, 
Joe Del Campo, Lud Streck (treasurer), Roger Michels (secretary). 




Business School Fraternity 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



Stan Bartniczak, Jerry Kulpa, Jim Prebis, John 
Pionke. 




In Business Administration and 
Commerce it is Alpha Kappa Psi 

its membership list— 
a roster of student government leaders 
its social calendar— 

(communion breakfasts) 
(St. Pat's Day party) 
(annual golf outing) 
as comprehensive as any 

its professional projects- 
prominent businessmen addressing 

meetings 
membership research efforts 
a co-curricular activity 

its New Year's Eve party— 
an important school-wide event 
which, through its financial success, 
shows that 
Alpha Kappa Psi is in Business 




Standing: John Pionke, Jim Prebis, Don Mansell, Gene Ruffolo, 
Marty Webb, Lawrence Manning, Tom Schmidt (Master of Rituals), 
Jerry Kulpa. Seated: Jim Vahey, John Schreiber, Stan Bartniczak, 
Joe Shrader. 



188 




Standing: Janice DiVito, Mary Sheehan, Susan Trimble, Mary 
Ann Kane, Alice Ehemann. Seated: Judith Reese, Maureen Mc- 
Cormack, Maryann Bubness, Gail Grodoski. 



Panhellenic Association 

Panhellenic's how 
the claws are kept in pad at rush 
and different-family sisters hear 
what's needed 

(cup of sugar 

dash political pressure) 
to keep the block in order 

funds are born and raised 
house envisioned 

(hope forever) 

Sisterhood's whatever's why 
and Panhellenic's how 




Mary Mathys (rush chairman), Ginger Meares (UAB representative), 
Miss Joan Steinbrecher (moderator), Mary Jo Kupst (president), 
Judy Petersen (treasurer). 



189 



Bob Marrella, Sal Danza, John Stanitz, 
Paul Moss, Mike Whaley, Ross Herman, 
Al Golnik. 



Delta Sigma Pi's in Business 

The Merchants of Kenilworth, Glendale and 
Englewood 

Traffic in beach parties, hayrides and 
Greekweekgames 

They're a professional-SOCIAL fraternity. 
Since 1950 they've followed this aim. 
And yet most selectively they choose their 
purchasers 

Students in commerce with knowledge, integrity- 
Delta Sigs trade with each x other fraternally. 
The traders of Englewood, Glendale and 
Kenilworth 

Deal in researches: with lectures and office-tours 
They are a social-PROFESSIONAL brotherhood. 
Four hundred fifty have joined in the bond. 



Emil Poprawski (president), Ricardo 
Perez (sr. vice-president), Frank Raml- 
jak (treasurer), Neil Ryan (secretary), 
Joseph Storto (jr. vice-president). 






George Bohn, Ron Hennigar, Mike Buschbacher, Dick Adamczyk, Walter Wojcik, Tom Jacobs, 
Thomas Repel, Jerry May, Terry Walsh, Jim Hynes, Vince Rangel III, Ed Walsh. 



190 



Hellenes Seek Unity and Cooperation in IFC 

"The forger of your chains," said he (ironically) 

Who (fittingly) was free, "you cause your misery." 

Here it is only the Greeks who forge (eachtogether) 

In the Inter-Fraternity Council — 

Supervision of sport, planning of events, regulation of events, 

Maintenance of housing, judging offenses; 

Forgeeachtogether; protecting (each) common interests with 

other students, adm ini s tra to rs, gr o up s; 

"The forgers of your own chains," say we (most enviously) 

Who (from us) are free, "you're gentle, we can see." 




Ron Moses, Tom McGovern, president (seated), Frank Slocumb, Phil May, Mike Garvey, 
Jim Vahey, Jim Durkin, Jim Horn (secretary), Tom Cassidy (treasurer). 



191 



Kappa Beta Gamma 
Creates a Sisterly Bond 

Lighting candles 

souvenirs 

is Kappa Beta Gamma sentimental? 

one might say . . . 

a party 

Kappa Knight 

a favorite greek elected 
dinner dance in spring 

(in winter, formal brightness 
for the dulling season) 
communion breakfasts (parents) 
hayrides 

orphans' parties 

sentimental? 
all together bound 

by love 

a genuine sisterly bond 
this they value 

look: 

and who is to object? 



The Kappa girls don't seem too happy about 
George Witteman's fond farewell. 





Standing: Rev. David Bowman, S.J. (chaplain), Karen Ann McGoldrick, Pat Smith, Ida 
Velez, Joann Pucilo, Linda Kobel, Lynda Thompson, Helga Noeller, Liz Engert, Rita Lynn, 
Marie Morrissette, Dana Roehm, Noelle Dreher, Barb Przywara. Seated: Nancy Biskup, 
Maria Ginez, Mary Jo Budill, Linda Radocy, Lynn Dieter, Christine Skowronek, Sue Bradley, 
Sandy McGary, Chrisann Schiro. 



192 



Maria Ginex — Loyola's answer to Al Hirt? 




Mary Jo Kupst (Panhellenic rep.), Joyce Pieszchala (vice-president), 
Paula Valaitis (treasurer), Sue Trimble (recording secretary), Mary 
Ann Kane (president), Arlene Plocinski (corresponding secretary), 
Buddy Schwind (historian), Arlene Kolasa (rush chairman), Anita 
Guzior (pledge mistress). 





Variety Show practice with big George Witteman evokes a variety of reactions from the 
sisters of KBG. 



193 




Standing: Jeff Tarr, Ron Guzy, Jim Jacobs, Dan Croke, Joe Wolf. 
Middle row: Bernard Namovicz, Bill Beck, Ken Anderson, Earl 
Disen. Seated on floor: Joe Pater, Irv Motlucx, Jim Mirabile. 



Sigma Lambda Beta 



Fraternalism brands as active 

more so in the College 

part-time students 

men of years 

family men and full-time workers 

Sigma Lambda Beta 

are the active, the generous 

with planning parties 

leading students 
active since the twenties 
Sigma Lambda Beta 
naturally are leaders 



194 




Back row: Ralph Camp, Robert Sheehan, William Quinlan. Front 
tow. Paul Kearney, James Kevin, James Lindeman, William Beam. 



Pi Alpha Delta 



Professional Greeks 
are a practical thing: 

the Phi Alpha Delta 
exchange legal theses 
ideas 
contacts 

since 1902 

to sum what they do: 
the Phi Alpha Delta 
breed law 



195 



First row: Marty Le Febre, Sharon Stanton, Meg O'Brien, Lorraine Wolf, Cis Tomaszkiewicz, 
Jan Jachinski. Second row: Phil Reda, Mignon Moore, Tawmi Pond, Joann Pucilo, Gracie 
Quinn, Phyllis Krzyzek. Third row: Anna Marie Scalise, Mary Beth Niederst, Sonia De 
Rossi, Nancy Neitenbach, Marci McDennott. 





First row: Shirley Bartusiewicz, Judy Adent, Katie Dvorak, Margie Harvey, Jorie O'Donnell, 
Noelle Dreher. Second row: Peg McDonnell, Rita Mae Lynn, Linda Redocy, Jeanne Taraba, 
Patti Forkins, Cathy Floyd, Cheryl Kelly. Third row: Gloria Gaik, Noreen Schuhrke, Donna- 
Marie Boland, Diane Martinelli, Sue Schager, Rita Redmond. 



196 




Five Dozen Girls Shape Up 
The Stately Delaware Hall 

A cube of brick on Seneca 

Dark red black-roofed sedately middle-aged 

Discretely grey 

Within these narrow confines live 

Five doz en girls compressed into a mold 

Or so you'd say 

E'en girls can't be compressed, confined 
Re-shaped defined sedately middle-aged 
So easily 

Outside the (windows (barred)) they see 

Most tall most bright our city's living room 

And great display 

And so our ladies live their youth 

Read Proust Batman just stroll about this way: 

Where others come to see 

And where these stay. 



JUDICIARY BOARD -(left to right) Diane Martinelli, 
Donna-Marie Boland, Cis Tomaszkiewicz, Cathy Floyd, Peg 
McDonnell. 





Seated: Miss Jacqueline Fortier (housemother), 
Rita Redmond (secretary), Donna-Marie Boland 
(vice-president), Katie Dvorak (president), Miss 
Carol Smith (counsellor). Seated on floor: Margie 
Harvey (treasurer), Marty Le Febre (social chair- 
man). 



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The Famous, Unusual T K E 

Do practically everything marvelously, 

They excel at football, 

at Greek Week games, 
And at calling the referees 

curious names. 

They're academically number one; 
University Weekend was T-K-E-run 
('Twas the first to make money— 
Now how was that done?) 

At least once each month 

there are lectures to hear — 
Politicians, philosophers, 

crime-fighters peer 
At the questioning crowd 

of enthusiasts here. 
(You're imagining things — 

who said that about beer?) 

The Famous, Unusual T K E 

Do practically everything marvelously, 

With men in San Quentin, 

Sudan and Blue Key, 
And they even plant corn in their yard 

But it died. 




TKE OFFICERS: (from left) Tony De Orio, Bill Hogan, George Cenar, John Blais, 
Bill Pierce, Rev. Francis X. Grollig, S.J. (moderator), Dave Scully, John Blakemore, 
Mark Niekrasz, Hank Kreutzjans. 




Standing: Mike Timmons, John Blakemore, Bob Gajewski, Jim Finnegan, Rich Randick. 
Bob Scigalski, Ted Hodkowski, Steve Graham. Seated: Gene Daugherty, Bill Leahy, Rich 
Fardy, Louie DeRose, Pat Schmucker, Mark Niekrasz. 



198 



TKE Leads Fraternities in Sports and Academics 





Standing: Rick Blecha, Tony De Orio, 
Mike Fagan, Bill Hogan, Frank Taendler, 
Tad McCartie, Dave Scully, Paul Opiela, 
Bill Pierce, Pat Klunder, Jim O'Connor. 
Seated: John Sisul, Hank Kreutzjans, Dick 
Kennedy, Dick Greene, George Cenar, Bill 
Lyke. 



Cooperative study is one of the benefits 
of fraternity membership, as TKEs Tony 
De Orio, Bill Pierce and Bob Scigalski 
demonstrate. 



199 



Standing: Geraldyn Blake, Mary Bigongiari, Clarene Ponticelli, Joan Glaviano, Noreen 
Mysek, Joan Sorich, Mary Marmoll, Louise Sinsko, Kathryn Baumann. Seated: Pauline 
Ziemba, Jackie Melvin, Elizabeth Sundberg, Carol Kubistal, Mariterese Marriott. 




Alpha Sigma Alpha Gives Coeds 



ASA pledges Saulene Venclovas, Jane Mueller, 
Nan Johnson, Cathy Gerken and Carol Breslin 
seem to be planning a kidnapping. 





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Sorority meetings bring members and 
pledges from both campuses to the LSC 
Campus Center. 



"What is AlphaSigmaAlpha?" 
you ask, casually impossible 

"A difficult thing to pin down" 

I can stammer, necessarily superfluous 

"It is a force to be met 

in every University event 

in every consideration 

in every activity . . ." 
More prominent than even its large size suggests 
"because of ... a very active membership . . ." 

"A group with many officers: Historian 

Subscription Secretary 
a widely-known moderator ..." 
"The first two-campus sorority 
(a fact which, at Loyola, 
means a wide range of membership) 
yet only eight years old . . ." 

"Well . . . two more things distinguish it . . . 

an annual 'Charity Day' . . . 

a 'Mother-Daughter Communion . . ." 

"Add all this and the faces you see here: 

You will sense something of the character of ASA" 

"You want to understand more than this 

about a group of women? 
You are not a man then, 

or you have not met many ladies . . ." 





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One of Alpha Sigma Alpha's trophies wins an admiring glance from 
Susan Lowell, Jeanie Hinderseheid, Jo-Carol Blumenthal, Noreen 
Mueller and Carol Gregory. 



A Chance to Serve and Socialize 




ASA OFFICERS-Sfandmg: 
Stephennie Stopak, Kathy Conig- 
lio, Marilyn Norek, Kathie Cleary, 
Valerie Hackert. Seated: Cynthia 
Tiechner, Gail Grodoski, Virginia 
Meares, Mrs. Montfordi, Rose- 
marie Sochor. 



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Pi Alpha Lambda 
Follows Tradition 

Continued tradition 

is Pi Alpha Lambda 
its 1924 founder 

Rev. James J. Mertz, S.J. 

still active 
its initial purpose 

funds to build 

Madonna della Strada 
continued in a monthly mass 
Mother's Day communion breakfast 

these things shadow the ordinary: 
Pow Wow, fair, athletics 
Pi Alpha Lambda 

social with religious spirit 
is prototype 

to most Loyola greeks 




Clockwise from left: Steve Richardson (president), Bill Schwind 
(pledgemaster), Larry Antoine (vice-president), Ed Russell (secre- 
tary), Jon Anderson (treasurer). 




First row: Mel Thillens, Mike Bums, Steve Kenneavy, John Garrity, Tom Cassidy, Steve 
Richardson. Second row: Larry Antoine, Chuck Bohon, Mike Wiese, Rick Ulbrich. Third 
row: Joe Egan, Phil May, Jerry Crimmins, John Hayes, Bill Schwind. 



202 



Phi Kappa Theta - Newly National, Traditionally Loyola 




Twenty-five 

can make a stir 

in the sea of 15,000 

Phi Kappa Theta 
newly national 
Catholic for 35 years 
collected books 
(twelve thousand) 
for world distribution 

kept its high scholastic average 

had a hand in nearly all events 
fraternal or common 

little manpower did it: 
the new name 
of the established fraternity 
stands out above the slosh 



Mike Mokelke (president), Kevin Redmond (treasurer), Joseph Gard- 
ner (secretary), Jim Horn (IFC delegate). 




First row: Leon Smith, Marty Geraghty, Jerry Lattyak. Second row: Don Pluta, Mike 
Pisano, John Kapina, Jim Salitore. Third row: Bernard Doyle, Don Balick, John Stopka, 
Rich Laskowski. 



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Standing: Gail Grodoski, Jeanne Neu, Ann Tomal, Gail Garrett, Kathy Zol, Lynn Gimber. 
Seated: Kathleen Cleary, Kathy Reilly, Jeanie Hinderscheid, Mary Jo Frontczak, Janice 
Geldhof, Joan Cvitkovich, Bettina Marchlewski, Trudi Fitzpatrick, Valerie Corasiniti, Jean 
Parowski. 






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Standing: Christine Chatlos, Barb Brischle, Janice Young, Jo Ann Evans, Lynn Logman, 
Rosaleen Kelly, Eileen Daly, Peggy Casse, Jo Ann Walthers, Sharon Fitzpatrick, Mary Jane 
Archambault, Mary Jo Budill, Betty Obert, Jane Hasbrouck. Seated: Mary Bigongiari, 
Eileen Harrington, Sue Sullivan, Tina Planutis, Judy Klees, Jane Read, Lynda Hoppenjans, 
Arnieta Kurtz, Kay Michels, Claudia Fiore. 



204 




Kathy Zol (vice-president), Jean Parowski (historian), Valerie Cora- 
siniti (secretary), Gail Garrett (social chairman), Jeanne Neu (presi- 
dent), Mrs. Hartmann (house director). 



Neither Here nor There, 
Coeds Find St. Joseph's 
Is Just a Halfway House 

Midway on life's journey 

at the halfway point between 

Bonwit Teller's and the men's dormitory 

stands 

the St. Joseph's Hospital complex 

and with it St. Joseph's Manor . . . 

forty-five girls 

attending classes on either or both campuses 

live in unparalleled luxury 

as "commuting residents" 

nursing students find the hospital 
convenient to their training 

all of this . . . 

a stone's throw from the zoo 





Barbara Ann Wayne, Sallie McCaffree, Jane White, Diane Mostek, 
Mary Ann Heidenrich, Patti White, Sharon Radloff, Leatrice Svihla, 
Marge Woods, Ginny Sobanski, Beth Homan, Virginia Majcherek, 
Janet Mini, Pat Marshall, Kathy Fleis, Peggy Tillman, Vicki 
Diamantos, Lorry Jordan, Jackie Specht, Mary Kay Thegze. 



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Alpha Delts Prove Leaders Among Catholic Fraternities 

Officers: Bob Cermak (recording secretary), Phil Nash (executive secretary), Bill McDonnell 
(parliamentarian), John Daniliuk (historian), Jim Guido (president), John Fegan (vice-president) 
Kenne Wadas (sergeant at arms), George Sensor (rush chairman), Jim Carey (athletic director)' 
Bill Grohar (treasurer), Joe Boy (pledgemaster), Boss Fasano (steward). 





Back row: Paul Pazden, Bob Abhalter, Heinz Brauner, Dick Wren, Bill O'Brien, Jack Meyers 
Phil Bakes, Dick Sikorsky, Bob Murphy, Mike Bicher, George Crosby. Middle row: Tom Ken- 
nedy Don O Brien, Don Sicks, Bob Oehlberg, Bob Schwaner, John Muro George Byrnes 
Kneeling: Paul Akers, Jim Dowd, Chuck Duffy, Paul Petit, Mike Lavin, Frank Madda, Tom 
O Callaghan. 



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Back row: Jim Piala, Brian McKillup, 
Ray Drakton. Middle row: Gary Web- 
er, Mike Quinlan, Detlev Von Prit- 
schyns, Bob Trudeau, Bill Hirschauer, 
Bob Karr, Rich Sikorski. Kneeling: Den- 
ny Mooney, Walter Oweharik, Paul 
Gudewicz, Denny Shafer. 



Loyola national is ADG 

the Alpha Delta Gamma 

began in 1924 

a Catholic fraternity 

as small as (then) Loyola 

ADG has grown 

to national importance 

among (big) Loyola's biggest 
winner of the football crown 
provider of leaders 
in student government 
social organization 

the Catholic fraternity 

so Catholic-education-in-itself 
maintains its old ideal: 
"respect the individual" 
so (paraphrased) 

runs success' secret 




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Phi Mu - Loyola's Newest National Fraternity For Coeds 



First row: Alice Ehemann, Raenita Luschek, Janet Peterek, Ricarda Bankowski, Joan Liscarz, 
Mary Mathys. Second row: Kitty Maeken, Mary Kay Motto, Mary Beth McClay, Judy Martin, 
Maureen McCormack, Terri Loda. Third row: Joanne Sutkowski, Cathy Talano, Maryline 
Nestor, Margaret Billings, Rosemary MeHugh, Pat Merwick, Beverly Tough, Sheila Corboy, 
Pat Radzik, Miss Elaine Koprowski (moderator), Margaret Lewickey, Roberta Lenz. 




When a lady's name is changed 
there's something happenin' 
Phi Mu (nee Delta Zeta Chi) 
seems the same: 
it's in on all the projects 
communion breakfast 

candlelight cotillion 
all the same 
the bicycle rides, sleighrides 
enthusiasm 

(name the athlete of the year) 

they've gone national 

but still entirely ours 
we fondly hope 



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Oldest and Largest Loyola Sorority: Theta Phi Alpha 




The Theta Phi Alpha: 

a sensible, soberish, competent crowd 

(not too loud) are the oldest and largest 

have all of the what? meaning firsts 

you can shout; do without 

participate winning in singing meets, 

social life, beauty exams (which none crams for) 

in essence: Loyola-Sorority-Theta Phi Alpha 

that's all 



Judy Medick (recording secretary), Betty Kutza 
(treasurer), Connie Karos (vice-president), Lois 
Touney (marshal), Andrea Pacer (correspond- 
ing secretary), Joan Herrmann (president). 





First row: Puddy D'Esposito, Rosemarie 
Guadagnuolo, Penny Steiner, Diane Ehr- 
man, Mary Nielsen. Second row: Kathy 
Haravon, Carolee Szold, Mary Ann Ban- 
dala. Third rote: Posie Lehman, Mary 
Ann Benjamin, Elaine Burke, Adele 
Martin. 



First row: Madge Hartnett, Kathy Smialek, Connie Pietnieha, Carole Maggio, Sallie McCaffree, 
Melody Stala, Cherie Hartman, Geraldine Pacanowski, Mary Graham. Second row: Maureen 
Riordan, Betty Bereznak, Judy Reese, Betty Gitinta, Carol Knes, Vandy Rudis, Pam Phillips. 
Third row: Mary Ann Bubness, Marilyn Hatzell, Ginny Kelly, Barb Baukert, Louise Pope, Mary 
Lynn O'Neil. 



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First roii.- Al Lubanowski, Jim Magee, Dave Laubhan, Phil Lombardi, Steve Bonaguidi, 
Ralph Bawden. Second row: Jim Blascovich, Jerry Pisano, Tony Grella, Tom Kramer, John 
Vlach, Darryl Wilk, Bill Schmitt. Third row: Bob Saigh, Chuck Jenkins, Ron PrzyzylskiT 
Hilary Negele, Phil Di Telia, Paul Zilic, Bill Pyrek, Bui Kamai. 




Sigma Delts - 
A Broad Range 
of Men, Ideas 



Who founded Greek Week, wiped out hazing, 

bought a house big enough to contain Chamberlain 
and have paid for one-half percent of it? 

Who won awards in IFC Sing, Pow Wow Week, 

three "V-Shows" and Lord knows if they chose 
enough trophies to wish the trophies were real bronze? 

Who can be found on Business Council, Arts Council, 

chairmanships, committees, wins Blue Keys? 
If you please, it is Sigma Delta Phi. 

Who's the largest independent frat? 

One needn't say. 
Who do social work; run fund drives? 

There's but one may. 
Who has every kind of membership from Z to A? 
Who's important in Curtain Guild Society? 
Who has R.O.T.C. officers by twos and threes? 
Who's not tired of reading all of these banalities? 

The Sigma Delta Phi! 



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SIGMA DELT OFFICERS-Kei Nara- 
matsu, Bob di Girolamo, Mike Schwarz, 
Bob Young, Bill Kuziiek, Craig Miller, 
Ralph Bawden. 




First row: Mike Gerberi, Mike Beehner, Bill Broderick, Monte Dolzyn, John Iacco. Second row: 
Bill Powers, Frank Cimino, Richard Smith, Joe Fitzgerald, Tom Luberta. Third row: John 
Power, Jim O'Gallagher, Ed Abromaitis, Joe Thomas, Jim Brophy. Fourth row: Don Barry, 
Lou Sterling, Wayne Prepur, Tom Meder, Paul Meinardus. 



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Attractive Steblerites: 



We find gestures in one direction: 
A Halloween open house 
A barbecue called "Scrumptious" 
A party named "T.O.T.S.N." 

Gestures in another . . . 

A "Mother-Daughter Weekend" 

Yet a different gesture: 
A "Student-Faculty Tea" 

There also exist trophies — 

from Variety Shows, Pow Wows . . . 

There exists a party 

named after the Blessed Mother 

(for she is the patron of this place) 

And there is a statement that 

"Each one of these aspects 

helps make up a 'whole Catholic Woman' 





First row: Mary Collin?, Carma Bnrdonaro. Second row: Mimi Ventresca (treasurer), Mary 
Marmoll, Judy Werhand, Diane Dahm, Mary Jo McDonald, Diane Annweiler, Sudy Winslow. 
Third row: Andrea Krol, Kathy Kennedy, Jennifer Talso (vice-president), Linda Wesley, 
Patti Harty, Cleo Sipka, Noreen Mysyk, Nancy Biskup, Donia Geyer. Fourth row: Barb 
Blyth, Billie Strawn, Sue Brimmer, Sabina Ziemba, Nan Johnson (secretary), Wendy Weiss, 
Pat Schuett, Marcia Pradzinski. 



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One of Lake Shore's Campus Highlights 




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Upper row: Marilyn Ernst, Susan Eubelhower, Pamela Osborne, Barbara Williams, Janette 
Treiber, Sherrie Veague, Marcia Pradzinski, Claudia Haley, Lenore Wright, June Vaclavik. 
Lower row: Nina Fitch (president), Peggy Lescher, Judy Perkins, Cindy Kowalski, Judy 
Nichols, Sandy Mlinarcik, Carol Di Lallo, Cassandra Talso, Kathy Fleischer, Roberta Kappes, 
Janet Rust, Susan Hullinger, Marilyn Duffalo, Judy Krivis, Diane Fial, Carol Francona. 



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Standing: Nina Fitch, Nan Johnson, Jennifer Talso, Linda Kobel, 
Rita Redmond, Marty LeFebre, Kathie Bender, Donna-Marie Bo- 
land. Seated: Mimi Ventresca, Lee Nicholson, Bonnie Harding, 
Olga Velez, Mary Groeber, Lynn Roll, Katy Dvorak. 



Women's Interhall Council 



Resident's ambitions 
are in common 
but the women 
(unlike men) 
fragment 

(Stebler) 
(Chamberlain) 

(St. Joseph's) 
(Delaware) 

the Women's Interhall Council 
expresses 

a consensus 
for common regulations 
and to face the university 



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First row: Larry Mihm. Second row: Tom Krueger, Tom McGovern. 
Third row: Paul Wcislo, Larry Stockey. Fourth row: Den Kieta, 
John Wolosewick, Ron Reter. 




Sigma Pi 

Seeks to Promote 

Fraternal Ideals 




First to come to Arts 
was pre-med Sigma Pi 

its dance the first: 

the Easter Orchid Ball 
in academics LU's first 

for the Sigma Pi 
no longer all pre-med 
the Easter Orchid now in competition 
Sigma Pi 

bids strong in every field 
its Miser's (99tf) Mixer 
highlight of successful public service 

crusty Sigma Pi is fresh as ever 



Dan Janiga, Frank Slocumb, Bill Todd, Lou 
Stachura. 




John Mitchell, Matt Gryzlo, Rich Maring, John Waidzunas, Tom 
Krueger, Al Chvala, Mike Garcia. 



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Anne Roney, Mary Anne McCauslin, Jean McDonald, Suzanne 
Sullivan, Roberta Kehl, Mary Kay Thegze. 




This Pretty Fraternity 
Doesn't Belong to the IFC 



Ellen Dennis, Eileen Wayne, Eileen Mulquee- 
ney, Mary Natale, Laura Van Leaven. 





Judy Petersen, Vicki Tammen, Mary Jo Frontczak, Judy Rogers, 
Mary Sheehan. 



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Mariann Henry (treasurer), Jean McDonald (archivist), Anne Roney 
(secretary), Eileen Mulqueeney (pledge mistress), Janice DiVito 
(president), Mary Sheehan (vice-president). 



Trite is whatever one says 

about Alpha Tau Delta 

(Alpha Tau Delta Alpha Tau Delta?) 

Unaccountably yet year after year 
the prettiest of fraternities 

the events in which they take part 
leave out only intramural football 

the activities they schedule for themselves 
include everyone else's list and more 

they limit themselves only in being 
an exclusively 
nursing 

fraternity 

It does not seem to have hurt 




Judy Klees, Betty Obert, Sally Witaszczyk, Mariann Henry, Judith 
Baietto. 



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COUNSELLORS - First row: Bill Dixon, Frank Rezac. Second 
row: Bill Lavin, Denny Couch. Third row: Frank Matheu, Mark 
Condon. Fourth row: Michael Hermes, Joe Krivis, Peter Kezon. 





Rev. J. Donald Hayes, S.J., Home Director. 




Standing: Fred Wiora, Mike Hermes, Tom Ksiazek, Tom Shubalis, Chuck Jenkins, Leonard 
Salika, Jack Forsythe, Jack Hanley, Jack Boese, Neal Londos, Stephen Donlovv, Larry De- 
vocelle, Herb Moss, Denny Couch. Seated and Kneeling: Tom Giallanza, Joe Krivis, Marty 
Akan, Michael Maher, Pete Vainikos, Gerry Phillips, Gerry Del Monico, Al Ripperger. 



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Gonzaga Hall - 
Men's Residence 

Home five-days-a-week 
Gonzaga Hall 
on weekends 
is retreat house, 
all governed 

financed 

maintained 

managed 
by the thirty-some-odd men, 
the student residents 
in Arts 

Business 

Law 
the most luxurious flat-dwellers 
in the Lake Shore neighborhood. 







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First row: Greg Morrow, Denny Carney, Larry Capriotti, Rich Schwartz, Mike Donnelly, 
Al Keeney. Second row: Kirk Koski, Carl Bruno, Jim Klein, Richard Kerscher, Pat Couch, 
Bill Lavin, Mike Manley, Chuck A. Haeflinger, Bill Dixon, Jim Durkin, Harold Delzer. 
Third row: Greg Muskus, Mike Reisinger, Steve Buck, Mike England, Mark Condon, Pete 
Kezon, Frank Rezac. Fourth row: Frank Matheu, George Wameck, George Stunyo. 



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First row: Pat Merwick, Olga Velez, Connie Fico, Cathy Gerken, Donna Eichinger, Mary 
Sue Chole, Dorothy Turek. Second row: Mrs. Eva Ward (housemother), Mary Groeber, Judi 
Cholewa, Barb Tansey, Mary Ann Ostrenga, Melody Stala, Marilyn Kolanowski. Third row: 
Judy Stoops, Pat Evans, Linda Cortez, Marilyn Muldoon, Joanne Scudella. Fourth row: 
Dorothy Lindl, Irena Rusenas, Ruth Braun, Judy Porter, Diane Berna. Fifth row: (on diagonals) 
Gretchen Raach, Ellen Smith, Bonnie Harding, Elaine Culen, Sue Winklejohn, Val Smith, 
Ellen Chamberlain, Bunny Lyons, Jeanne Lammert, Mike Otto. Sixth row: Bertie Tucker, 
Mary Ellen Gulanick, Betty Maloney, Leona Nicholson, Lynn Halenar, Carol Donohue, 
Mary Ruth Grover, Lydia Sawczyn, Veronica Butler, Linda Rasmusen, Sandy Elia. 



The men have lived 

who disliked the place, 
Said the inmates were snoopy, 

and lacked social grace, 
And from windows were wont 

to throw snow in one's face, 
But each ended up 

as a dreadful case, 
For it's all for one and one for all 
And they've over a hundred 

in Chamberlain Hall. 

And women have breathed 

who felt cramped within 
Though the ceilings are high 

and the walls are thin; 
On their little complaints 

there's no cause to begin, 
Since their bodies are now 

with the next of kin, 
For it's all for one and one for all 
And they've over a hundred 

in Chamberlain Hall. 

So if you're prudent 

you'll follow me — 
Attend their luau 

and drink their tea, 
Delight in their shy 

curiosity 
Like a flower sad 

in a clearing's free. 
For it's all for one and one for all 
In a nest of temptresses wall to wall, 
They have more than enough 

in Chamberlain Hall. 



Chamberlain Hall Boasts 
Storehouse of Pulchritude 
On Lake Shore Campus 



Standing: Cathy Talano, Tern Loda, Linda Bema, Ann Mikulski, 
Diane Wysowski, Shirley Kruit, Leanne Zeczycki, Judy Xoe. Kneel- 
ing: Kathie Bender, Sue Irvin, Maureen Smith, Lynn Roll. 





Standing: Sharon Truedson, Anne Gorzelnik, Rosemarie Zabinski, Jacqueline Keser, Teresa 
Merenda, Marilyn Sheridan, Pat Brunkard, Kathy Lapinski, Roxanne Munch, Ann Leyboume, 
Fran Harshbarger, Debby Steward, Mary Helen Kalaskie, Andrea Abrams. Seated: Mary 
Clancy, Judy Klikun. 



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Tau Delta Phi Lends Accent to Frat Scene 



Paul O'Neill, Bill Loventhal, Chuck 
Woodward, Ian Natkin, Vic Janulaitis. 




From whatever viewpoint you choose to take 
it (TAU DELTA PHI) is 

writ large 
Our forty-five-man chapter gives leaders — 
to Loyola student government; 

to the national fraternity 

won five prizes at its annual convention; 

holds countless distinctions at home 

1910 (between these dates) 1949 

Tau Delts and Loyola did without each other 

who knows how 



Karl Sundstrom, Joe Lamas, Art 
Anderson, Rich Lang. 




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Tom De Zur, Vic Janulaitis, Jeff Carlson. 



Jim Morrison, Art Anderson, Karl Sundstrom, John Cal- 
lippo, Jeff Carlson, Tom De Zur, Chuck Belanger. 





Standing: Ian Nation, Rich Lang, Larry Stromm, Jim Liteau, Tom Purcell, Joe Lamas, Mike 
Kush. Seated: Eric Arroyo, John Driscoll, Vic Janulaitis. 



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In five short years 

Loyola's Delta Sigma Phi has moved: 

From a dozen brothers 

in the local Psi Delta Phi 
to 33,000 brothers 

in the international Delta Sigma Phi 

From whatever room in whatever building 

The university could spare 
to a home of their own big enough 

to rent out a spare room 

From a single chapter to 103 

From a six-year tradition to sixty-seven 

The merger has given 
Loyola's Delta Sigma Phi 
wealth, influence, breadth, bills — 
the materials for the achievement 
of its goal— a totally developed man. 




John Minarcik, Ken Kinney, Jim Callan, Ed Burton, Gerry Hope, Larry 
Alberts, Jim Weimar, Randolph Kemmer, Don Pochopien, Fred Res- 
tarsky, Mike Kretch, Fred Schudel. 







Mike Kretch, Ed Mooney, Ron Moses, Joe Giacherio, Larry Alberts. 



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Delta Sigma Phi 
Boasts New House, 
Boosts LU Activities 



Jim Montana and Phil De Pauw decorate the 
Delta Sigs' Christmas tree. 




First row— Mike McCann, Phil De Pauw, John Wolkin, Don Cleland. Second row— Tom 
Hickland, Gerry Zajaczek, Tom Mattingly, John Stevenson, Jim Montana, Frank Koerner. 
Third row— Tarry Kwacala, Ron Moses, Joe Giacherio, Jack Fabian, Ed Mooney, Ron 
Schreiber, Reg Murray. 



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Loyola Hall Surrounded by University Environment 




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Atmosphere of Loneliness, Atmosphere of Togetherness 



The University is home and life 

for those who'll live it at Loyola Hall 

neighbors are a library 

gymnasium, lecture halls . . . 
the clock and parish church 

the tower and chapel of the college 
indifference is harder to maintain 

beauty hard to miss 
the first thing of morning 

the way home nights 
Loyola and all its opportunities 

are neighborhood 

life institutionalized has its drawbacks 

but nothing can outweigh the contrast — 

going to college 

vs. 

being at the university 





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Loyola Hall - Biggest Block of Rabid Ramblers 



Loyola Hall Staff: Mr. William McGrath, Mr. Richard Mortara, Father Charles E. Ronan, 
S.J., Father Gregory Naik, S.J., Mr. Frank Marsico, Mr. Douglas Meske, Mr. Hugh Bell 
(house director), Father Ralph Talkin, S.J. 






DORM COUNCIL - At Lectern: Pat Foley (pres- 
ident). First row: Bob Schwaner, Bob Cermak, 
Dick Kennedy. Second row: Marty Christofano, 
Jim Guido, Dennis Mitchell, Paul Petit. Third 
row: Leonard Rutkowski, Greg Nolan, Bill 
Wright, Dave Anderson. 



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Medical Students Band Together for Duration 



Seven-twelve South Ashland 
conjures little but grey 
for all but Phi Chi 

many live there 
more feel at home 
near medicine 

their work 

their rugged training 

on sixty years of tradition 
over one hundred members 
base friendships 
outweighing 
social 

professional 

domestic advantages 




The TV room provides leisure for members. 




Standing: Jeff Smoron, Bill Cassidy, Jim Elboar, Ray Palesch, Bill Scott, Tom Layden, Bob 
Hoover, Chres Pellecchia, George Volpetti, Marty Morin, Bob Quevillon. Seated: Sal Azzoli, 
Jim Lewis, Jim Boutrous, Ed McGinn, G. Bresnahan. 



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Standing: Dennis Khoury, Tom Welch, Lee Mack, Bob Poblocki, Bob Olko, Tim Collard, Jim 
Bankin, Terry Schuhrke, Bob Novotney, Ken Darcy, Tom Smith, Boger Nissen. 




Bill Donovan, Tom Welch, and Tom 
Zimmerman just took apart a skeleton. 



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Standing: Dan Fuertges, Bob Rokos, Edward LeMire, Robert James, Bill Devlin, John O'Mal- 
ley, Lane Harbertson, John Streiff, Joseph Ladone, Tom Gillman. Seated: Don Kawane, Ron 
Powell, Phil Johnson, Dick Saunders. 



Standing: Mike Tannyhill, John Ev- 
ans, James Lynott, Dan DeBonis, Dr. 
Richard Stamm (moderator), Damian 
Jelso. Seated: Elmer Takenishi, Je- 
rome Libera, Hugh Quist, Ernest Do- 
vidio. 




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Delta Sigma Delta. . Professional Dental Fraternity 




1885 

and now 

Delta Sigma Delta and Loyola 

more 

that a professional fraternity: 

integral 

to the institution 

members in administration 
student body 
everywhere 

in the Dental School 

a social factor too 
through eighty-one years 

of exuberance 
Delta Sigma Delta 
you can count out of nothing 




Standing: John Anderson, Bob Goehl, Roger Moon, Mike Sullivan, Bob Herring, Tom Haver- 
stock, John Francis, Dennis Lauth, Claude Gadbois. Seated: Dick Lubman, James Aurelio, 
Ted Brasky, Joe Cieply. 



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Their aims are not uncommon: 

excellence 

social professional academic 

devotion 

to school, fraternity, dentistry 

but Xi Psi Phi 

has novel ways of aiming: 

contributions 

to the Xi Psi Phi Quarterly 

give permanence 

communicate Xi Psi Phi's transactions 
a golf outing 
added to the usual 
inject essential creativity 
in ordinary, honorable programs. 




A home and its meaning 
companionship 
guidance 
are open to all 

whatever their accidents 
only they meet the standards: 
striving for excellence 
as men of medicine 
as children of God 

Phi Beta Pi 
since 1921 

and especially at Christmas 
has been hospitality 

encouragement 
home 




Largest of the Dental frats 
a charter member 

of the West Side block 
these facts 

which might incline them 

toward stagnation 
seem not to have distressed 
Psi Omega 
in the least 

claiming high scholastic standards 
and closest ties 

of cooperation among members 
Psi Omega shows the signs of vigor 
despite the handicaps 
of size — prestige — age 




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Professional Fraternities Develop Academic Spirit 



PHI BETA Pi-Back row: D. Avery, S. Strasevicius, M. Matlak, J. Rahman, J. Draus, L. 
Wrona, R. Cronin, \V. Walsh, R. Gorski, E. Stahl, P. Kamperschroer, \V. Senica, S. Stile, T. 
Liske, R. Kwok, C. Lambiasi, R. Malachowski, M. Roach, K. Judy, C. Gegick, W. Schwartz, 
A. Zobay. Middle row: G. Motto, F. Welsh, R. Cova, M. Decuir, T. Geocaris, W. Xieri, J. 
Hamill, L. Urdaneta. Front row: J. Hagan, E. Malloy, J. Piconi, W. Sharelis, R. Sawicki, F. 
DePeters, D. Mychak. 




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First row: Dr. James F. Coakley, John Theis, Philip Hayes, David Perkovich, John Middleton. 
Second row: Cheryl Casper, Ilka Felcht, Jo-Ellen Tomsic, Rumy Deksnys, Lee Faust, Barbara 
Kozlowski. Third row: Robert Hartigan, Rick Timmons, Mr. William C. Morris (moderator), 
Eve Friend, David Moran, Bernard Whitley, Steve Francis. 



Curtain Guild-A Contribution to the Cultural Scene 



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239 



Debate Society 



Officers: Miss Elaine Koprowski (moderator), Anne-Maureen Maloney 
(secretary), Noel Smoron (archivist), Terry Hallberg (treasurer), Bill 
Theis (president). 




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Debate: 

semantic basketball 
and every bit as rugged 
(calmer crowd though) 
Loyola's oldest 

extracurricular 
the society of 90 years 
cavorts in neighboring schools 
defends itself at home 
against British guests 
men and women 
of various majors 

plot logic on Greyhounds to Elgin 
maneuver the opposition 
sink a point here and there 

in the tradition of Lincoln 
and Douglas 
rattle back to class 

and play audience 





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Standing: Ken Kloba, Ed Sullivan, Friar Sebastian O'Kefe, OFM Conv., Joseph Kloba, Ken 
Kania, Heinz Brauner, Tom Anderson, Ted Ferguson, Dennis Kave, Jim Binsfield. Seated: 
Diane Mostek, Romy Petik, Rita Mize, Mary Murphy, Joanne Sommer, Ronald Lukas, Liz 
Kunke, Ray Domagalski. 

Human Relations: Man's Social Experience with Man 




Contact most difficult 
wonderful: 

human beings 

(habits, customs, men-around them) 

with other human beings — 

to push through the trivia 

ways and surroundings 

understanding 

by such mundane means 
as field trips and seminars 

the wonderfully mundane essentials 

is the work of the Human Relations 

Club 

the work of life's experience 



Officers: Bill Schroeder (vice-president), John 
Gahagan (secretary), Tom Cichy (treasurer), 
Jeff Condon (president). 



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The members of the Madonna della Strada council of the Knights 
of Columbus, with Rev. Mark F. Hurtubise, S.J. 



Worldly Religious 



An organization for life 

should start 

at the beginning 

started 
(at Loyola) 
two years ago 

the Knights of Columbus thrived 
into a gigantic membership 
as one could have expected 

charity projects and social too 
they organize for life. 




"X 

Jan Ramirez, Grand Knight 



A MAN Ot ACTION IN- 



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First row: Patricia Tipton, Ginny Sobanski, Cecily Dickinson. Sec- 
ond row: Dave Abhalter, Mary Olson, Virginia Zanello. Third row: 
Diane Smietana, Mary Washington, Ian Cameron. At lectern: Rev. 
Francis X. Grollig, S.J. (moderator). 




Anthropology 
Offers Insights 
Outside of Class 




Man before he knew it 

man 
today in his essentials only 
occupies 

ChardinAnthropologicalSociety 

(phew) 

extremely social 

given to the visual in lectures 

Chardin accompanies 

the first anthropology major 

at a Catholic university 

big and busy 

outward-looking 
interactive 
in the spirit of its namesake 
the Society is a familiar companion 
in the life of the University 




First row: Dr. Emily J. Blashingham, Martha Hebert (LT secretary), 
Rev. Francis X. Grollig, S.J. Second row: Chris Glazar (sergeant- 
at-arms), Patton Feichter (president), Johanne Pachankis (LSC vice- 
president), James Tracey (LT vice-president). 



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Behind the Metal Sights 



There's hardly a thing that a lady can't do 
for example (we pale to think) 
she can shoot at you 

if she puts her mind to it 

at matches 

and in practices 

she's put her mind 

to shooting targets with an alarming success 

don't be decoyed — it's the face of the rifleman 
social events and a few other trifles 

(hardly a thing that a lady can't do) 

Look out! 




Front row: Diane Dahm, Bonnie Linehan, Julie Muranyi. Second row: Tita Navarro, Mary 
Ellen Metzler, Joanne Fuentes, Diane Sullivan, Marion Grothus (captain). Third row: Judy 
Baron, Pat Slomka, Irene Baker, Rosemary Saems. 



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First row: Daniel Hopfner, Charles Smith, Ronald Tate. Second row: 
Jan Melvin, Ellery Casey, Alfred Piskarski, Robert Krueger. 



The business of a soldier 

reduced to its essentials 

still 

(whether we like it or not) 

centers around 

the rifle 

a few 

among Loyola's R.O.T.C. 

excel especially at this skill 

in wide-ranging competition 

(much of it remarkably successful) 

now 

the best of Loyola's riflemen 

perfect 

what is better art than skill 




It looks as though somebody doesn't like the photographer. 



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LT and Lake Shore Meet, Work Together in Coed Club 



Standing: Diane Mostek, Paula Valaitis, Mary Kay Motto, Mary Margaret Stilwagon, Alice 
Ehemann (membership chairman). Seated: Mary Washington, Madonna Borowski, Pam 
Forbes, Carol Wyzbicki. 








First row: Carol Sloboda (service chairman), Gerrie Paterkiewicz (LT vice-president), Marcia 
Chwierut. Second row: Barbara Kozlowski, Mary Van Vaerenbergh, Fran Smith. Third row: 
Eileen Klocko (fashion show chairman), Terri Loda, Dorothy Turek (LSC vice-president), 
Connie Pietrucha (SAL chairman), Susan Miller, Jill Dvvyer (president), Anne-Maureen Ma- 
loney (treasurer), Theresa Wojcik (secretary). 

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First row: Ricarda Bankowski, Cindy Tiechner, Betty Bereznak (social chairman), Ellen 
Chamberlain, Connie Karos. Second row: Melody Stala, Janice Knorst, Janet Knorst, Mary 
Ann O'Hara. Third row: Johanne Pachankis, Mary Gilmore, Rita Redmond. 




Giggle giggle (titter) giggle he he he 
but not entirely 

also dances, mixers (he he) teas 
besides which 

(ahheem) Christmas toy drive 

volunteer program at Hines 
family communion Sunday 

all of which is 
(a Taa Taa da da) 
the Coed Club 
essentially ( ) 
a club 
and an effective one 




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UNITED WORLD FED- 
ERALISTS: Ed Hapaniew- 
ski (president), Carol Nahn- 
sen (recording secretary), 
Irene Baker (correspond- 
ing secretary), Mike Draper 
(vice president). 





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Future Politicians Further Philosophies on Campus 



YD's: Standing: Gertrude Hickey, Mary O'Connell (treasurer), Carolyn Konrad, Arthur Lysiak, 
Ed McGinn, Pat Thomas, Charles Pratt, Joe Sjostrom, Bruce Tummire. Seated: Anastasia 
Luka (president), Jim Tracey (public relations), Tom Davy (membership chmn.). 



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Constitutional fathers 

(may statues preserve them) 

or powers in heaven 

(may laws make them safe) 

intended unknowing a faction 

(the Democrats 

or the Republicans) 
to shape the nation's life — 
hate and detest faction 
value just unity 

so the Young Democrats 
and Young Republicans 
also World Federalists 

(Adams apart) 
badger, petition, solicit 
collect funds and stimulate 
politics 
(socialized thinking): 
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YR's: John Grivetti (secretary), Jim Finn 
(treasurer), Kathi Blanks (president), Paul 
Lojkovic (vice-president). 



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Culture: 

that most absolute-pretending habit 

is the burden of each man 

visible only when different 

as in 

the International Students Association 

The ISA makes happy use 
of its collective uniqueness 

symposiums with local natives 

parties — even membership — open to all 
international students foster 
a world-image taken from many angles 




Loyola Extends Welcome Hand to Foreign Students 




Standing: Susmil GtJati, Ed Vitu, Walter Block (moderator), Mohinder Mahajam (president), 
John Poninski, Malik Parkash, Arnold Jakal, Antoine Augustine (vice-president), Edvardo 
Cadavid, Jerome Menezes, Joseph Nelluvelil, Peter Saldanha, V. Coutinho, Rev. James Loreute, 
S. J. (treasurer), M. Ortiz, G. Majznck. Seated: Karen Szczupula, Anna Maria Loredo, Chris- 
tine Diacon, Pat Schaefer, Maria Siemaszko, Belkis McNelly, Justine Lamendella. 



250 



Readers' Circle Probes Heart of Literary Works 



Marty Ernest, John Rapp, Bill McDonald, Jo Ellen Tomsic. 



Written things (and even this) 
contain their meanings fully 

in a sound 
to give the meaning full at once 
is the work of the Readers Circle 
in contests, tournaments, 

monthly public readings 
another of the Speech and Drama 

Department's co-curriculars 
gives public service 
so consistent 
as to be expected 





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Back row: William McDonald, 
(president), John Werbowec- 
ky, John Watt, John Rapp. 
Front row: Connie Fico, Ger- 
trude Hickey, Marty Emest, 
(vice-president), Phyllis Perko 
(secretary), Donna Printen. 



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Fred Schudel, Jim O'Halloran, Dean Milos, Greg Nolan, Tom 
Cassidy, Jack Page, Joe Walsh. 



Loyola Men 



Catholic 

in Catholic 

seems superfluous 

yet 

where else 

is catholic 

specific 

in action 

discussion 

planning 
the center 
not the chief qualification? 

nowhere 

perhaps 

as in Loyola Men 



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Clockwise: Rev. John T. Dillon, S.J. (moderator), Kathie Bender, 
Marjorie Woods, Dorothy Turek, Irene Baker, Mary C. Dwyer. 



Loyola Women 



No altar 

and rosary society 

this 

Loyola Women — 

press lectures 

and polls 
seek out their role 

in church 

and society 
actively foster 

the spirit —charity 
theirs 
and others 



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Chess: A Disciplinary Mental Skill 



Richard Kerscher, Tim Marcy, Gerald Hope, Tom Michaels, Ken 
Hjelm. 





Rich Petrlik, Dick Wegrzyn, John Breen, Robert Sedivy. 

Chess (the Chess Club) 

is about chess 

it does little else 

but here excels 

tourn- aments exhibits and 

lee- tures are 

among the club's many 

chess chess chess 

doings dir- ected by a 

master Richard Verber 

are to be thought a pawn 




Louis Franchi (secretary), Frank Burla (trustee). 



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Standing: Madonna Borowski, Marty 
De Nys, Harry Mosley. Seated at 
piano: Dennis Michno. 





First row: Theresa Drew, Kathy Ostap, Julie 
Fournier, Philomena Reda. Second row: 
Rita Redmond, Noreen Schuhrke, Camille 
Wanat, Barbara Schwitz, Agnes Canning, 
Mary Beth O'Halloran. 



The Lodorians 
Hip or Handel 

Sing successful 
hootenanny 
Bach or Handel 
what you will 

here's Loyola's 
young and only 
Concert Choir 
(the Concert Choir) 

a little heavy 
on sopranos 
we can stand it 
while they're pretty 

Founder's Day 
or Christmas Blessing 
sing successful 
what you will 



Standing at piano: Mr. Charles Traylor. First row: Dennis Michno, 
Vince Rangel, Bob Hartman. Second row: Theodore Smith, John 
Rubinic, Jim O'Gallagher, Harry Mosley, Marty De Nys. Third row: 
Leo O'Connell, Bob Setka, Allan Katz, Owen Hilding. 



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On Horseback, 
On Horseback. 
They Say 
It's Debonair 





Members of the Equestrian Society. 



There once was a day 
When rough horse was a way; 
Now the poor creature's elegant, 
What should we say? 

Loyolans astride him 
Through Lincoln Park ride him, 
Affright bums and lovers, 
(There who could abide him?) 

Equestrian Club 
For old horse see no sub, 
And their Near North Side elegance, 

Hmmnnn? 
Who can say nay? 



256 



Ski Club Highlights Winter Sports Activity 




Members of the Ski Club. 




Up 

for 

down 

so down 

down's why 

high Colorado 

Ski Club welcomes 

come in trains to down 

for once each year in Colorado 

(Michigan's a side trip for the frequent) 

anyone can go who'll pay, the better if they ski 





257 



State mental hospital volunteers practice one of their singalongs. 




United Independents-Loyola's 1st and Only Frarority 




First row: Patricia Hennaghan, Ray Buschman, Jim Luce, Cathy Montalbano, Rev. Robert 
J. Fox, S.J. (moderator), Bob Abene, Rich Roberts, Carol Francone, Nancy Froehlich, Jerry 
Hannigan. Second row: Bemadette Gruber, Judy Krivis, Mary Anne Milkowski, Ruth Ann 
Liszka, Judy Froehlich, Terry Prunskis, Jini Svoboda, Mary Ann Leonardi, Noel Smoron, 
Sherri Veague. Third row: Jerry Osuch, Jerry Britz, Ray Domogalski, John Murphy, Bob 
O'Neil, Rich Wegrzyn, Ralph Calistro, Rich Brinkmann, Ray Kristopaitis, Raymond Petravich. 
Fourth row: Ron Pawlicki, Tony Yerks, Dennie Sheehan, Ed Aromi. 



Most of what a Greek can do 

and coed too 
United Independents of Loyola 
is (are) unique 
here 
or almost anywhere 

without the hairy business 

of pledging, hazing, paddling, 

U. I. L. 

gets right down 

to a tremendous, steady volume 

of social action work 

and a remarkably creative 

(beep-beep) 

social schedule 

what exactly are they? 

what exactly is a friendship? 



Standing: Jerry Osuch (corresponding secretary), Judy Krivis (social 
action chairman), Tony Yerks (academic chairman). Seated: Rich 
Wegrzyn (publicity chairman), Cathy Montalbano (vice-president), Bob 
Abene (president), Mary Ann Leonardi (treasurer), Dennie Sheehan 
(executive secretary). 





UIL even has its own astro- 
naut program. 



259 



Fine Arts Club 



Discussion 

in the manner 

of salons 
is the forte 

of fine arts 

is the doing 

of Fine Arts Club 

dilettantes 
(backbone 

of culture's meaning) 
do the theatre 

from seat-side 
catch the concert 

where it bounces 

scholars 

with expression's impetus 

give the art 

to logic's form 
less than Aristotelian dull 




Jim O'Rourke (president), Dr. Paul A. Hummert (moderator), Jim 
Blachowicz (vice-president), Camille Zarantonello (secretary). 



260 



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Mike Leahy, co-editor 



CADENCE . . . 

In Loyola Thought 







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Bette Leibowitz 



Saul Leibowitz works on art for the current issue of 
Cadence. 



262 



Dick Jordan supervises, as Yvone Amar types Cadence's story. 

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Candid 

as the mind sees 
dawn and unaware 
expressing 
not constructing 
Cadence is a literary thing 
experience in black on white 
scholarship 
theology 

impossible-to-skim polemics 
labyrinthine love songs 
love songs simply 
simply everything, by staff or students 
taken improved respected 
nonetheless a student publication 
keeping pace with student minds 
sets Cadence 




Robert Goecoechea discusses copy with Benedict Amar, co-editor. 



Miss Rita C. Clarkson, moderator. 



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Frank Benak, Co-editor-in-chief 



LOYOLAN '66 

What-it-was-to-us 

a chip — a wisp of cloud in a jar 

from what-it-was-to- 15,000 

the only-learning moment 

before the years 

doing-learning-teaching 

such a thing is not 

500 photographs of 98 persons 

each one identified 
a visual word — an eloquent picture 
what we add and leave out 
these have a hope of touching it: 
the years, the place, the experience 
which enables us 
to stammer about the experience 
as they are yours 
we only strive to remind you 
of this-in-yourself 






Mary Carroll, Co-editor-in-chief 



Paul Biwer, Photographic Editor 



264 



Dan Barnes, Scheduling Editor 




Warren Busscher, Captions Editor 






Ed Trischmann, Assistant Editor 



Paul Barrett, Copy Editor 



265 



Pat Rittle, Business Manager 



A. Fred Lobo, Sports Editor 






George Sullivan 



Capturing the Experience . . . 



266 



Ed Bough 






Denny McShane, Production Assistant 



Cathy Talano, Index Editor 



267 



The Loyola News: A Friday Interlude in Student Life 



Words for 15,000: 
news words 
harsh words 
joke words 
sports words 
frequent, many words 
each week eight pages written 
reflect the university 
in what it approves 
allows 
ignores 

does not write 
what to do 
what was done 
what ought to be done: 
these are the ever-present 

much maligned 
more ignored 
Loyola NEWS - 
uniquely 
independently 
Loyola 





Bob Fletcher, Editor-in-chief 



Nick Emanuele, Features Editor 



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Jeanne Lammert, Associate Editor 





Detlev Von Pritschyns 
LSC News Editor 



269 



Mary Margaret O'Connell 
LT News Editor 



Paul Barrett, Copy Editor and Columnist 







Ed Hunt, Sports Editor 



270 



U- 

Q 

O 

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o 

(with sweat 

and incommunicado r^^H 

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and incommunicado 
but for books) 
to these 
is standard practice 

scholarship's routine 

with time to spare 

with time ordinary things 

(what others with a vague eye follow: 

bleer-brained fun) 

these organize and better 

leisure livers' best 

with what's to spare 



271 




The elite 

of honoraries 

ASN 

is filled 

by 

presidential nomination 

at behest 

of academic deans 

and present members 

academic 
cultural 
intellectual 
achievement 
are the by-words 

men 

of recognized stature 

are the judges 

not simply 

student leaders 

but only 

leading scholars 

qualify 

for the national 

Jesuit honorary 

ASN is silent 
universally 
well-reputed 

the strictest showcase 
of the total man 



272 



A Rare, Meaningful Honor is Alpha Sigma Nu 



Benedict A. Amur 
James A. Blachowicz 
Edward W. Bough 
Michael P. Connelly 
Thomas M. Chrisham 
Daniel M. Croke 
Samuel D. Delisi 
James L. Fletcher 
James A. Hill 
Dr. Leo D. Jess 
Roger J. Kiley, Jr. 
Michael E. Leahy 
Dr. Paul T. McEnery 



Patrick J. McGuan 
Roger L. Michels 
Angelo P. Monteleone 
Thomas E. Murphy 
Dr. Roger A. Nosal 
Stephen F. Richardson 
Dr. Edward J. Ryan 
John V. Ryan III 
Lawrence T. Stanner 
George P. Sullivan, Jr. 
Thomas C. Tyler 
Vito M. Volino, Jr. 



273 



Blue Key Points to Our Most Outstanding Men 




The Blue Key 
states the obvious 
marks out the men 

who 

on their own 

stand out 

to all who look 
above the middle glob 

from every college 
men who do 

as well as learn 
do more 
once honored 
by Blue Key 

a gala ball 

significant lecture 

a scholarship 
all hint 
at the dimensions 

of Blue Key 

elected 

by the brothers 
like the members 
of any fraternity 
the Blue Key roster 

is 
the leadership 

community's 
definition 
for significance 



274 



Arts and Sciences 

Robert M. Abene 
Benedict A. Amar 
Michael L. Beehner 
Frank G. Benak 
Warren J. Busscher 
Anthomj J. DeOrio 
John F. Donahue 
Nicholas V. Emanuele 
Robert P. Fletcher 
Richard J. Garvey 
James J. Guido 
Edward L. Hapaniewski 
Thomas J. McGovern 
Joseph D. Murawski 
William J. Pierce 
William F. Schwind 
Gerald J. Smith 
William H. Theis 
Detlev H. Von Pritschyns 
Jose I. Lamas 



Business Administration 

Michael S. Buschbacher 
James P. Durkin 
Max E. Jarmoc 
John J. Quinlisk 
Jack J. Rossate 
Ludivig A. Streck 
John M. War da 

Dental School 

John D. Block 
Dean W. Ingram 
Joseph A. Lad one 
Joe E. Monte 
William R. Randall 
Richard L. Saunders 
Sheldon D. Shapiro 
William E. Toolson 
Dominic R. Trumfio 



Institute of Industrial 
Relations 

John K. McCafferty 
Denis P. Walsh 

Law School 

Robert P. Cahill 
Nicholas J. Etten 
Stephen M. Hallenbeck 
Zenon Myszkowski 
William J. Quinlan 
MicJwel C. Wiedel 

Medical School 

Gerald F. Bresnahan 
Thomas J. Man 
Ricliard H. Mortar a 

University College 

Peter Bagnuolo 
James Mirabile 
Irving Motluck 



275 




Circumference 



The leading ladies 
at Loyola 
(academic marvels 
toilers 

gentle politicians) 
are marked out 
Circumference 
is the catchword: 

any-excellence 

its meaning 
a certain 

grade-point standard 

quota of offices 
will qualify 
but not define 
their membership 

they serve 

the school 
(as hostesses) 

each other 
(as a social — 
induction dinner) 

natural selection 
favors nurses 

Grecian maids 
whose way's 

less hampered by 
all-contesting males 

yet Circumference 
measures all 



276 



- Ladies with the Quality of Leadership 



Yvonne Amur 
Mary Ann Bandala 
Katherine Bender 
Mary Bigongiari 
Kathryn Blanks 
Donna-Marie Boland 
Maryann Bubness 
Cecilia Carreon 
Mary Carroll 
Patricia Carroll 
Mary Catherine Dwyer 
Ellen Ebben 
Margaret Effa 
Marilyn Faford 
Gail Grodoski 
Eileen Harrington 
Mariann Henry 
Joan Herrmann 
Elizabeth Homan 
Bernadette Javor 
Cynthia Krol 
Dolores hanger 



Mariterese Marriott 
Rosemary McHugh 
Patricia Merwick 
Catherine Montalbano 
Nancy Mullenix 
Noreen Mysijk 
Jeanne Neu 
Marilyn Norek 

Geraldine Paterkiewicz 
Carol Poulsom 

Anne Roney 
Noel Smoron 
Rosemarie Sochor 
Jacqueline Specht 
Stephennie Stopak 
Elizabeth Sundberg 

Catherine Talano 
Mary Kay Thegze 

Dorothy Turek 
Barbara Jo Warzel 
Camille Zarantonello 
Victoria Zmudka 



277 



Paul Barrett 



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George Sullivan 




Si -Mr j 

Denny Shafer 




Bob Seiko 



Experience is people 

these were ours: 
the crackpot satirist 
the quiet statesman-journalist 
the great forceful liberal 
the fraternity leader of popular vision 
the universal man 
the lady in the arena of contention 
the patriarch of politics 
the basketball king 
the active, Christian figure 
anyone who stayed on campus 

as much as an hour after classes 
has encountered them all 
and has them as a part of his education 



280 




Ed Bough 



Kathie Bender 









Mike Garvey 



Jim Coleman 




Joe Walsh 



281 



Mid-year Degrees 




DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Grace S. Bcsch 

Priscilla C. Bourgault 

Richard R. Dolezal 

James B. Erdmann 

Sister Mary Fidelis, S.S.M.O. 

Edwin O. Ceiger 

Thomas M. Keefe 

Rev. Callistus J. Maliakal, C.M.I. 

Hunter L. Mermall 

Donald V. Priola 

Donald J. Rumann 



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

A. Edward Ahr 
Robert J. Krajewski 
James F. Moore 

MASTER OF SCIENCE 

John C. Coggeshall 
Doris M. Mills 
David G. Schultenover 
Virginia L. Stift 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN 
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Thomas A. Cerwin 
John E. Cloney 
Eugene R. Croisant 
Hubert S. De Santis 



Francis H. Fernandez 

Gerald P. Hanlon 

Raymond P. Kluck 

Robert P. Marinier 

Rev. Martin F. McCormick, O.P. 

Julius E. Miklosy 

Richard L. Murphy 

Lawrence M. Negatomo 

Frank J. Occhiuto 

Emil J. Raimond 

Joseph E. Reuter 

Robert W. Roberts 

Donald J. Schmitt 

Frank J. Stangel 

David P. Tulp 

Edward L. Underwood 



282 



Conferred by the Graduate School 



MASTER OF ARTS 



Sister M. Agatha, P.H.J.C. 

Maud G. Anderson 

Sark Antaramian 

Rev. Jose L. Aran, S.J. 

Paul R. Baltz 

Michael C. Bartlett 

Valerie T. Berghoff 

Rev. Emrnett M. Bienvenu, S.J. 

Janice M. Birk 

Gerald E. Bonini 

William P. Burch 

Elisa M. Centa 

Terry R. Christian 

Frank J. Cody, S.J. 

Angela M. DAstici 

John W. J. Davis 

Alvin J. De Meo, S.J. 

Rev. Theotonius J. De Sales, S.J. 

Raymond H. Deutsch 

Rev. Robert E. Dovick 

Therese B. Dykeman 

Wayne L. Fehr, S.J. 

Lydia Z. Fernandez 

Rev. Albert M. Gallegos, O.S.M. 

Charles E. Gawne 

George A. Gleim 

Rev. Francis Gojakovich, S.V.D. 

Robert I. Grib, S.J. 



Rev. Quentin Hakenewerth, S.M. 

Carol Haney 

Virginia P. Hill 

Becky A. Hogan 

Helen W. Jackson 

Sister Mary Joseph, S.S.J. 

Joel R. Kaplan 

Carol R. Karzen 

Sister Mary Kateri, C.S.J. 

Paul R. Kennedy 

William M. Kiedaisch 

Walter P. Knake 

J. Dennis Lamping 

Judith A. Latrimore 

Josephine A. Lenkner 

Brother Kenneth L. Leveque, F.S.C. 

Neil E. Lloyd 

Rev. Leo R. Lynch 

Sister Marie Aquin, O.P. 

Sister Marie De Sales, S.S.N.D. 

Sister Marie Michele, S. H.C.J. 

Carlos E. Martin 

Mary J. Masterman 

Juliette MeLauchlin 

David A. McNutt, S.J. 

Brother Patrick S. Moffett, F.S.C.H. 

Richard C. Muller 

Matthew W. O'Brien 

Thomas F. O'Brochta 



Arthur C. Omberg, Jr. 

Alexandres J. Papadopoulos 

Donald J. Patrick, S.J. 

Sister Paul Anita, O.P. 

Rev. Mario Pedi, O.S.B. 

Donald J. Petkash, S.J. 

Sister Mary Philomene, S.S.J. 

Sister Pio Maria, O.S.F. 

Loretta Y. Postillion 

Mariano Quintana 

Thomas R. Rich 

David L. Ristau 

Sister Mary Robert Emmett, B.V.M. 

Sister M. Rose, S.C.C. 

Sister Mary Ruth, C.S.J. 

Rev. Karl-Ferdinand Schmidt, S.J. 

George E. Schultz 

Sean N. Shesgreen 

Rev. Kenan R. Siegel, O.F.M. Cap. 

Ronald S. Sipowich 

Richard E. Starr 

Rev. Peter K. Tanamachi, S.J. 

Raymond J. Teichman 

John H. Thissen 

Sister M. Veronica, CD. P. 

Warren L. Volchenboum 

Rev. Wilhelms G. Vrasdonk 

William P. Walsh 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 



Sister M. Alvis, C.S.A. 

Sister M. Angelinde, S.C.C. 

Sister Mary Anisia, C.S.S.F. 

Sister Mary Ann Joseph, S.N.D. 

Sister Anne Carmel, S.L. 

Violeta C. Aplasca 

John V. Arackal, S.J. 

Elizabeth H. Balachowski 

Irma A. Becker 

Sister M. Benedict, O.S.F. 

Mary J. Boyle 

Mary Jane Burke 

James E. Bush 

Rev. John C. Cain 

Vincent J. Caputo 

Mary C. Cascino 

Rev. Simon F. H. Cheng 

Mary Chronos 

Loretta E. Colby 

Thomas A. Consolati 

Sharon J. Crowley 

Isabel S. de Guzman 

Parimala V. Desai 

Rev. John T. Dillon, S.J. 

Sister Mary Doloretta, S.N.D. 

Sister Mary Dorosille, S.S.J. 

Barbara N. Eldridge 

Carolyn I. Erickson 

Sister M. Faith 

Rev. August C. Feccia, P.S.S.C. 

Edward N. Festle 

John Figliola 

Thomas M. Finnegan 

Dolores E. Foertsch 

Rev. Norman R. Fontaine, S.S.S. 

Sister Mary Francis Therese, S.N.D. 

Theris M. Gabinski 

Sister Mary Gabriel, O.S.M. 

Sister Mary Gaudentia, C.S.S.F. 

Sister M. Georgianne 

Joan Gibbons 



Rev. Jose M. Gil, S.J. 

George P. Hanlon 

Thomas L. Hansen 

Charles N. Hawk, Jr. 

Sister Helen Frances, S.L. 

Eleanore A. Hosman 

Janet C. Hubbard 

Leah L. Hughes 

Fred Huizinga, Jr. 

Lue Ellen Jamison 

Conchita L. Jao 

Thomas John 

Joseph E. Kasperski 

Rev. Otto Kay, O. Praem. 

Mary C. Kennedy 

Timothy G. King 

Mary C. Kirby 

Czeslaw Kolodziej 

Kurt A. Kopfstein 

Susanne M. Kramer 

Thaddeus A. Krupa 

Marion S. Laundry 

Joann F. Lellos 

Irene Lesko 

Tula M. Limbert 

Barbara R. Lindenbaum 

Thaddeus J. Lisowski 

Sister M. Louise, O.S.F. 

Ma. Consuelo R. Madamba 

Sister Marietta, S.L. 

Sister M. Maris, P.H.J.C. 

Marlene B. Masaganda 

Robert W. Matthews 

Margaret A. McMullen 

Rev. William J. Meagher 

Mary Mikros 

Angelo J. Militello 

Clarita G. Miraflor 

Sister M. Miriam, O.S.B. 

Rev. Claudio P. Moreira, S.J. 



Anna K. Moreno 

Richard L. Munson 

Thomas J. Murphy 

Isabel Nasis 

Charles G. Nehring 

Raymond A. Nestmann 

Rev. Francis A. Nickels 

Cristina G. Palacios 

Herbert J. Paske 

Joanna Pawlak 

Edward P. Petrak 

Edmonia A. Polite 

Walter J. Powers 

Purificacion C. Rana 

Julia J. Riordan 

Rev. Roger J. Risse, S.V.D. 

Agnes A. Rohlof 

Joan L. Sbarbaro 

Richard A. Schaap 

Rev. Cassian R. Schauer, O. Praem. 

Henrietta S. Schwartz 

Rev. I. C. Sebastian, S.J. 

Sally K. Sharkey 

David L. Sigler 

Mary E. Simmons 

Dorcel M. Spengler 

Edwin R. Stuart 

Janet L. Tandy 

Sister M. Teresina, O.S.F. 

Rev. Dorrance E. Tranel 

Alvera T. Ursini 

Jeanne-Marie Vitullo 

Norman J. Vonesh 

Mary R. Walsh 

Franklean A. Wegersen 

Rev. Mark J. Weiss 

Rita M. Welsh 

Rev. Mel D. Wigman, O. Praem. 

Donna R. Wilson 

Lorraine V. Zdebski 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GRADUATES OF 1966 




JON A. ANDERSON 



ANNA MARIE 
ANGLESANO 



ROBERT S. ANSTISS MICHAEL J. ARMUTAT JAMES H. BABLER 





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MARY ANN BANDALA CYNTHIA BARANOWSKI JAMES H. BARKER CLAUDIA M. BARRETT 



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PAUL F. BARRETT 



THOMAS J. 
BARTHOLOMEW 



ROBERT J. BATISTE 



EDWIN G. 
BAUERNFREUND 



HUGH G. BELL 



285 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 




KATHERINE A. BENDER MICHAEL H. BERMAN ROBERT W. BERRY JOSEPH F. BIEL BARBARA J. BILINSKI 





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MARGARET L. 
BILLINGS 



JAMES A. BLACHOWICZ THOMAS M. BLAKE KATHRYN A. BLANKS 



DONNA-MARIE K. 
BOLAND 





STEVEN C. BONAGUIDI ROGER L. BOOSTROM EDWARD W. BOUGH THOMAS J. BOWES JOHN S. BOYLE 



286 




PATRICK J. BRANNIGAN JUDITH K. BRAUN 



HEINZ-JUERGEN 
BRAUNER 



JOHN P. BREEN 




SUSAN M. BREMNER 



WILLIAM F. 
BRODERICK 



GERALD P. BRUNET GERALD J. BRUNNER 






MARY ALICE BRUNOD DAVID C. BUCHTHAL 



BEVERLY ANN 
BUCZYNA 



BARBABA A. BUREN 




GENEVIEVE M. BURKE FRANK P. BURLA 



RAYMOND P. 
BUSCHMANN 



GEORGE T. BYRNES 



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GEORGE P. CAIN SUSAN C. CALLOW DENNIS W. JOHN J. CARACCI 



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KATHERINE F. CAREY JOHN T. CARR CECILIA M. CARREON PATRICIA D. CARROLL 




THOMAS B. CASSIDY THOMAS D. CASSIDY JUDITH A. CELLA GEORGE T. CENAR, JR. 




MICHAEL P. COLE RONALD P. COLIN MARILEE CONNERS NINA CORTESI 



288 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 






MAUREEN M. 
COSTELLO 



MADONNA P. 
COUGHLIN 



WILLIAM F. CULLEN NANCY C. CURLEY 



EILEEN F. DALLE 
MOLLE 





DOUGLAS G. 
DAVIDSON 



OLIMPIO P. 
DE CHRISTOFORO 



PENELOPE A. DEE CARMEN F. DE FIGLIA DONNA L. DENTEN 




JULIAN C. 
D'ESPOSITO 



LAWRENCE P. 
DEVOCELLE 



CHARLES J. DIETZ DONALD R. DINELLI DENNIS E. DINGER 



289 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 




ARTHUR L. DOTSOX ARLENE M. DOVICHI DAVID M. DRAXKIE JAMES F. DRISCOLL JOHN B. DRISCOLL 




MARIANNE A. 
DUELLMAN 






KATHLEEN DU LUDE ELMA O. DUNBAR MARION L. DURKAN 



MARTIN L. 
DURLACHER 





KATHARINE L. 
DVORAK 



MARY C. DWYLER JOHN J. DYKLA ELLEN M. EBBEN MARGARET M. EFFA 



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ALICE M. EHEMANN ROBERT A. EIDEN YVONNE M. ELDER DAWN M. ENGEL MARILYN J. FAFORD 






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MICHAEL C. FAGAN MARGARET M. MARK C. FEDOTA VICTOR M. FERRERA THOMAS L. FINNEGAN 

FARRELL 





EDWARD F. FISCHER DAVID L. FISHMAN LEONARD M. FLECK SALLY A. FORTUNE JOHN P. GAHAGAN 



291 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 





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JAMES J. GARVEY MICHAEL P. GARVEY MARION J. GATTUSO ROBERT G. GAY 



JOSEPHINE J. 
GIAMBRONE 





JOAN J. GLAVIANO JOEL T. GLOMSKI MARCIA A. GONDECK RONALD G. GONDECK CHARLES N. GOODNOW 









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GEORGE E. JOHN C. GOOSHERST 

GOODRIDGE, JR. 



HELEN M. 
GOTTSCHALK 



NANCY J. GRACYK PATRICIA C. GRAHAM 



292 






GEORGE B. GRIGGS PATRICIA L. GRITIS MARION D. GROTHUS WENDY B. GRUBB 






MATTHEW J. GRYZLO, 
JR. 



ANTOINETTE C. 
GUINTA 



ANNETTE F. GUZIOR 



DENNIS H. 
HALLORAN 



JOHN F. HALPER 





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MARY A. HARDY LEONARD S. HARRIS MADGE HARTNETT MAXINE J. HAUSSLER PATRICIA M. HEANY 





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JUDITH E. HEATON ADRIENNE M. HEBERT 



MARGARET 
HERMAN UTZ 



JOAN M. HERRMANN DONALD S. HILLIKER 



293 




LAWRENCE M. 
HINMAN 



MARGARET M. 
HIPPLER 



JAMES J. HOGAN RONALD G. HORLICK 






EDWINA C. HORNING ANTHONY L. IACUZZI 



JOAN K. IVAN 



MARIA IWASHKO 



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DANIEL M. JANIGA 



BERNADETTE M. 
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MARY L. JOYCE 



FLORENCE M. 
JURASZEWSKI 



294 



STANLEY G. 


CHARLES M. 


JENKINS 




JENDRUSIAK 


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THOMAS KERINS JAMES M. KESTELOOT MARCELLA M. KIRK JOSEPH A. KLOBA CAROL J. KNES 




GEORGE B. KOUTIEL ROBERT A. KRANCE DAVID J. KREJCI JULIANA KREUSER JOSEPH E. KRIVIS 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 



295 





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MICHAEL G. PHYLLIS M. KRYZEK ROBERT 1. KUEHN 

KRUKONES 



BERNADETTE M. 
KULOVITZ 



ELIZABETH A. KUTZA 






KATHERINE L. 
KVASNICKA 




CECILE C. 
LA CHANCE 






RICHARD J. LACOSKI JOSEPH I. LAMAS JEANNE T. LAWLOR 





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ROBERT J. LAZAR MICHAEL E. LEAHY THOMAS A. LENKART THOMAS W. LEZON LAURENCE M. LILLIC 



296 







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JEAN M. LIST TERRIE M. LODA PAUL A. LOJKOVIC PHILIP J. LOMBARDI PRISCILLA T. 

LOMBARDO 







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JAMES P. LUCE RAENITA LUSCHEK THOMAS J. LUSHMA WILLIAM E. LYKE, JR. 





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ADRIANS B. 
MACIEJEWSKI 



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CAROLE L. MAGGIO SANDRA C. MALANGA EDWARD T. MANZKE DAVID P. MARCUS JAMES F. MARECEK 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 



297 




MARY THERESE 
MARRIOTT 




SHARON A. McARDLE 





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MARY A. MATHYS 



marguerite g. 
McCarthy 



KAREN McGOLDRICK NANCY J. McGUIRE 



ROBERT W. MATTERN, RICHARD C. MATTIS 

JR. 



JOANNE L. MATULA 





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mary a. McCarthy 



THOMAS C. 
McCUTCHEN 



GEORGE G. 

Mcdonald 




ROSEMARY E. 
McHUGH 



BELKIS M. McNELLY JUDITH R. McNELLY 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 



298 




MARGARET C. 
McNULTY 



THOMAS W. MEDER JOHN W. MELLSKOG JACQUELINE M. CRAIG A. MILLER 

MELVIN 




ROCHELLE D. MILLER HARVEY R. MINES SARAH E. MITCHELL FRANCIS A. MOLENDA STEPHEN J. MOLIDOR 






EDWARD T. 
MONAHAN 



CATHERINE 
MONTALBANO 



DAVID A. MORAN MYRA S. MOSSE 



JOSEPH D. 
MURAWSKI 






JOSEPH M. MURPHY THOMAS E. MURPHY VINCENT P. NASCA MARY C. NASH 



299 




MARY V. NEKOLA TODD S. NELSON MARILYN D. NOREK EDNA NOWAK 




BRO RICHARD A. 
NUZZO, S. S. V. 



STUART A. O'BYRNE DIANN J. OCHER MARY ANN O'HARA THOMAS R. OHLHABER 






CANDACE J. OLIVER JAMES T. OLSON ROBERT H. O'NEILL JAMES M. O'ROURKE THOMAS B. O'ROURKE 




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GEORGE A. ORTENZO BONNIE P. O'SHEA JEROME T. OSUCH GEORGE J. PABICH 



GERALDINE M. 
PACANOWSKI 



300 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 




SHARON C. PAXFIL CARLA K. PARRILLI 



EILEEN' T. 
PAWLOWSKI 





JANINE C. PEFLEY THOMAS J. PHELAN 




WILLIAM J. PIERCE ANDREW W. PIPITONE PRISCILLA J. PITT 



LAWRENCE P. 
PODCORSKI 



ARLENE A. POND 









KAREN A. POPEK RONALD J. POSTAWA BERNADINE PRINCIPE 



FRANK G. 
PRINDIVILLE 



kwmm 

PATRICIA A. RADZIK 



301 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 





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ROSEMARY T. RAPP WILLIAM K. RAPP THOMAS P. REGAN JOYCE E. REILLY THOMAS W. REINERT 






JAMES J. REISA.JR. MELANIE M. RENK 



LORA E. 
RETTENBERBER 



EUNICE B. RICHTER 



PENNY A. 
RIDDIFORD 





ROSS M. RILEY WILLIAM L. ROACH MARY J. ROCHE ROBERT E. RODDE RONALD E. ROKOSZ 



302 







i 




I 




JOHN J. RUFFOLO, JR. ADO L. RUGAI EDWARD J. RUSSELL ALAN J. SAALFELD 




ANNA M. SCALISE SUSAN SCHAGER ROBERT P. SCHMIDT WILLIAM M. SCHMITT 






I 

EILEEN L. SCHOTZ ALICE M. SCHRETTER ARTHUR F. SCHULTZ VIJUNA H. SCOR 




JOSEPH C. SEEBERGER JOYCE A. SERTICH DENNIS M. SHEEHAN THOMAS D. SHEEHAN 



303 




KATHLEEN A. SHEEHY 





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ELAINE 


C. SHIGLEY 





CLARA R. SIPKA 



KENNETH J. 
SMENTEK 



GEORGE C. SMITH 







GERALD J. SMITH RORERT A. SMITH 



CLIFFORD J. 
SMOLUCH 



ROSEMARIE SOCHOR DIANA M. SOWINSKI 





JOAN E. SROKA 



LOUIS J. STACHURA CRAIG L. STACKNIK PETER N. STANFA CAROL A. STITZER 



304 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 





GEOFFREY V. STOVER 



RAYMOND W. 
STREZEWSKI 



CAROL A. STRIMAS 




GEORGE P. SULLIVAN PHILLIP L. TAKACS CATHERINE M. 

TALANO 



JOHN TAMOSIUNAS DAVID H. THOMAS 





JEROME F. THOMAS CYNTHIA J. TIECHNER MARY F. TIERNAN EDWARD J. TOPA, JR. KATHLEEN J. TOUHILL 






LOIS E. TOUNEY DOROTHY M. TROP SYLVIA C. TROYKE EUGENE W, TRZUPEK MARGARET M. TUNNEY 



305 








ftkta 




DOROTHY M. TUREK NANCY M. TURNER LAWRENCE J. TYLER DENNIS P. ULRICH KENNETH E. USYAK 




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OLGA A. VELEZ RICHARD \V. VERBER 



THERESA C. 
VIELMAYER 



CAROLE A. VILSER JOHN C. VLACH 




MARY K. VLAHOS JAMES M. VONDRAN J. LEE WALCZAK JOSEPH A. WALSH ELIZABETH L. WARD 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 



306 




BARBARA J. WARZEL 




EDWARD J. 
WASIELEWSKI 



WILLIAM N. 
WATERSTREET 



ROBERT J. WCISLO 






ELIZABETH WEBER JOHN J. WEBER 



GEORGE L. 

WEIDENFELLER 



FRED W. WERNETH 





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MARY E. WESTBERG EDWARD J. WHITE ALAN L. WISCHHOVER 



ANDREW W. 
WOJCHIECHOWSKI 







SHIRLEY J. 
WOJCIESZEK 



RAYMOND E. WRIGHT, 
JB. 



CAMILLE L. 
ZARANTONELLO 



PAULINE ZIEMBA 



307 








BERNARD S. ALTER 




GEORGE S. ANDERSON 





PAUL W. ANDERSON 



308 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

1966 GRADUATES 




LAWRENCE A. 
AVICNONE 



JAMES J. 
BALASKOVITS 




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GERARD J. BRITZ DOMINIC J. BUTTITTA THOMAS A. CARLSON 





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KENNETH J. 
CHADWICK 




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RONALD E. BAVZIK EUGENE H. BILECKY DENNIS V. BLAZE 




JOHN J. CLOHESSY 



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THOMAS B. COSGROVE JAMES D. CUKLA DAVID F. DENTEN ROBERT L. DE SIO EDWARD J. DILLON 




309 



Graduates 

Business 




THOMAS W. 
DONNELLY 








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EDWARD F. DYBAS 



GABRIEL ACUNA 
FELIX 








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DANIEL W. 
FITZGERALD 



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GREGORY E. FUKA 




ARTHUR K. GHEYSEN JOHN R. GLASS ALOYSIUS F. GOLNTK JOHN C. HANCHAR JOHN W. HANNON 



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JOHN L. HAYES ROSS C. HERMAN 



PAUL W. 
HITZELBERGER 



310 



RONALD L. HUBRICH JAMES E. JACKSON 










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GEORGE J. JACOB EDWARD W. JAKOB WILLIAM M. KEENAN ROBERT W. KEPNER 








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RICHARD M. KOCH THOMAS J. KOSTEL GENE M. KOZIKOSKI GEORGE E. LEJECK ROBERT J. LEMAXCIK 




PAUL A. MAIER RALPH J. MANCINI THOMAS P. MARRIN ROGER L. MICHELS FRANK A. MILAZZO 




STEPHEN A. MONACO PAUL G. MOSS THOMAS J. MUNRO ROY J. NICHOLS ALAN P. O'CONNOR 



311 




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THOMAS A. OGUREK CHARLES W. EMIL F. POPRAWSKI JOHN F. POTERASKE 

OTTLIKGER 



C. S3 



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JOHN" J. QUIXLISK JAMES A. QUINN TERREXCE J. QUIXX KEXXETH A. ROSS 





JACK J. ROSSATE EUGEXE C. RUFFOLO RONALD F. RVBAXDT JAMES E. SCHILDOEX 




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JAMES SEALES ROBERT P. SELKO RICHARD E. SERVER RODGER K. SCOTT 



312 



Graduates 



Business 





VIRGIL H. SIMONS JOSEPH P. STORTO 



ELIZABETH A. 
SUNDBERG 



ROGER J. TURNER JOHN M. VARDA 





JAMES A. VERTENTEN GEORGE J. WADEN TIMOTHY A. WALSH JOHN A. WELLING ANN P. WIGHT 





WILLIAM M. WYNNE ROBERT A. YOUNG, JR. CARL E. ZABALY TERENCE W. ZAWACKI PAUL R. ZILIC 



313 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
1966 GRADUATES 











SR. M. AMANTA 

C.S.F.N. 




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JUDITH R. BAIETTO 




MARIE A. BERRY 



314 




PATRICIA A. BYRNE MARY GALE CLABOTS KATHLEEN E. CLEARY MAURA A. CONDON JOAN CYITKOYICH 




BERNADETTE 
DAVIDSON- 



JANICE L. DI VITO 



GERTRUDE A. 
FITZPATRICK 



MARY JO FRONTCZAK JANICE R. GELDHOF 




MARY C. GINNELLY MARIANN A. HENRY 



M. JEAN 
HINDERSCHEID 



MARY KAY HUEBNER ELIZABETH A. HOMAN 



315 



Graduates 

Nursing 





PHYLLIS A. JANCO SR. M. JAXET C. S.F.N. SR. M. JEANNE C. S.F.N. ROBERTA E. KEHL SANDRA L. KOSTUS 




SR. M. LAURA O.S.F. ELIZABETH LEHMAN 



SR. MARGARET MARY 
D.S.M.P. 



SR. M. MARION 
C.S.F.N. 




CAROL D. 
MENDYGRAL 




EILEEN N. 
MULQUEENEY 



PATRICIA A. NOCEK 



SR. PAULINE RUTH 
D.S.M.P. 



MARCIA A. POREMSKI JUDITH A. PETERSEN 



316 




FAITH E. RAYNER KATHLEEN L.' REILLY 




LORETTA M. ROCKS JUDY A. ROGERS 




VICKI A. TAMMEN 



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ANN M. TOMAL 



ANNE L. ROXEY 



JACQUELINE M. 
SPECHT 




SUE E. TRACY 



SUSAN A. TRIMBLE 




BARBARA A. 
WASHINGTON 



SALLY A. 
WITASZCZYK 



MARY H. WONDRASEK VICTORIA A. ZMUDKA 



317 



STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
1966 GRADUATES 





VITAS P. ALEKNA 




■J* ^ 




JOHN J. ANGEL 




EDWARD B. BAIETTO 



318 








iiii 



FRANK J. BARNETT RONALD T. BODUCH MARYANN L. BOWER JOHN S. BRUNO 




GEORGE M. 
CAMPBELL 



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RONALD D. 
CARAVONA 



DENNIS R. CARROLL RICHARD P. CARROLL PATRICK J. CHAN LESLIE L. COLEY 




PATRICK J. CONTE TERRENCE J. COOK SAMUEL D. DELISI TERRENCE L. DENMAN JAMES R. DRYNAN 



319 








EUGENE E. DUDA JOHN P. DURBIX 





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JOHN J. 

FITZPATRICK 




JOHN H. FOURMER ALBERT R. FRANK THOMAS R. GAY 



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EDWARD D. HOBART, WILBUR L. HOLLEV DAVID M. MORA 



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THOMAS M. HELLWIG 




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JOYCE A. JANUS 



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[ACK T. JOHNS JAMES J. JORDAN KENNETH L. JUDY 



ALLEN M. KAPLAN 



320 



Graduates 

Medicine 




THOMAS E. KIEFS JAMES E. KILLEAN CURTIS G. KURTZ THOMAS E. LASKAY MICHAEL T. LAVELLE 





JAMES A. LEE 



DONALD A. 
MACALUSO 





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ROCCO A. MARRESE CHESTER A. MATETA, 

JR. 



STEPHEN R. MORSE 




GEORGE S. MOTTO 



ABE M. NOMURA 



RICHARD F. 
PAWLOWSKI 



MARY C. PETERS 



WILLIAM E. 
PETRAXDO 



321 



Graduates 

Medicine 




JOHN" R. PICOXI CARL R. RAXKL 



SALVADOR A. 
RINELLA 






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ANTHONY J. RIPPO 



JOSEPH C. 
RITSCHERLE 





ERIC J. RITTERHOFF MARTIN F. ROACH VINCENT L. ROSS MARVIN J. SALZMANN PAUL L. SCHELL 






MILTON G. SCHMITT, WILLIAM C. SCHMITZ 

JR. 



RONALD P. 
SCHUMTZER 



EDWARD J. 
SCHUMACK 



STEPHEN M. 
SCHUMACK 



322 











til 



JACK L. SEGAL ENZO SELLA WILLIAM B • SENICA 






tiiitii 

WILLIAM C. SHARELIS LEXARD R. SIMON ROBERT C. SULLIVAX JOSEPH A. TESTA 






THOMAS C. TYLER JOHX C. VIDOLOFF 



EUGENE J. 
VOLTOLINA 



JOHN I. WARD 




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DENNIS M. WEISBROD 




PATRICIA S. 
WHITTAKER 



ROBERT M. WOLNEY LEO A. WRONA 



323 




SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
1966 GRADUATES 




DANIEL B. ANDERSON 




STEVEN E. ARNSTEIN 




WARREN Y. AVNY 



324 





HAROLD G. 
BENYOVSZKY 



RICHARD W. BLASS JOHN G. BOXAGURO 



ROBERT J. 
BRANDIMORE 



LAWRENCE I. 
CARLSEN 





PAUL T. CASTELEIN ROBERT F. CHAVEZ 



DE VERE R. 
CHRISTENSEN 



JOHN E. COSTELLO TERREXCE J. DANEK 





DANIEL W. DEBONTS PAUL R. DEL CARLO RALPH F. DELMONTCO SAMUEL DICKASON ERNEST F. DOVIDIO 



325 





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BARBARA M. 
DRENNAN 




THOMAS R. ECKER JOHN S. EVANS, JR. RONALD S. FELLOWS 






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GERALD J. GAMBLA J. EARL HURST DEAN W. INCRAM JOHN F. IRELAND, JR. 





DAMIAN J. JELSO ROBERT M. KANE JOHN P. KORBAKIS ALFRED C. KOSEL 



Graduates 

Dentistry 



326 







JEROME J. LIBERA 







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JAMES V. LVNOTT JOHN J. MAHAY DENNIS E. MANNING 



life 



ALBERT MATEGRANO, 
JR. 




JOHN F. MICKA 



CLIFFORD M. 
MOLLSEN 



WILLIAM J. MOTT JOHN E. MURPHY TERENCE J. MURPHY 




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DENNIS R. OLSON WAYNE D. OLSON 



NICHOLAS A. 
PIERONI 



VINCENT J. QUAS HUGH J. QUIST, JR. 



327 




in 




WILLIAM A. RANDALL JACK RIZMAN ROBERT A. SEARLES SHELDON' D. SHAPIRO SCOTT W. SHORE 








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DEAN F. SKUBLE GEORGE SOLHKAH LOUIS SOMMERFIELD STEVEN J. SVALINA ELMER E. TAKENISHI 




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WILLIAM M. LONNIE W. TINER 

TANNYHILL 



RICHARD L. 
TOWERTON 



DOMINIC R. TRUMFIO JOSEPH E. VAN CURA 



328 




RICHARD H. 

VAN VERST 



JAMES P. VRASIC 




HOWARD J. WARADY 














JAMES T. WHITE LAWRENCE J. WIATR 



JEROME M. 
WIDLOWSKI 







ROMAN WIRSZCZUK ALESH F. WORTNER 



DOROTHY A. 
ZAJAUSKAS 



Graduates 

Dentistry 



329 






ANTHONY M. 
BARRETT 



WILLIAM M. BARTH, 
JR. 



ABE BLUMENFELD MICHAEL B. BOLAN CHARLES A. BOYLE 



330 



SCHOOL OF LAW 1966 GRADUATES 







GERALD J. BROOKS RALPH C. CAMP RONALD S. CARNER JOHN T. COLEMAN LEON S. CONLON 









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MICHAEL P. 
CONNELLY 



MICHAEL E. CRANE LINN DAVIS 



ROBERT A. ERIE JOHN R. HABERMAX 











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STEPHEN M. 
HALLENBECK 



DAVID M. HARTIGAN THOMAS F. HAWKINS, DENNIS W. HETLER PAUL L. KEARNEY 

JR. 



331 




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JAMES P. KEVIN ROBERT W. KROP MARVIN J. KRUGER 



TERRENCE E. 
LEONARD 



BRUCE D. LOCHER 



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MICHAEL T. MALLON ALLAN W. MASTERS 



JAMES F. 
MCLAUGHLIN 



THOMAS P. 
MCLAUGHLIN 



MARCEL MOLINS 
VIAPLAND 






LAlA 





JAMES T. MURRAY FRANK K. NEIDHART SUSAN C. O'MEARA JAMES H. OMVIG MICHAEL E. POLLAK 



332 



Graduates 

Law School 




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RICHARD J. POZDOL WILLIAM J. QUINLAN, KENNETH E. ROBERTS 









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GERALD T. ROHRER LOUIS H. SCHERB GREGORY L. SCHMIDT ROBERT R. SHEEHAN 




HERBERT J. SINGER JACK A. STROBEL ROGER T. SUHAR, JR. KENT D. TALBOT 




ROBERT J. 
TOMASZKIEWICZ 



MICHAEL C. WIEDEL ALLEN B. WITZ RICHARD A. YOUHN 



333 



Directory of Graduates 



ADAMS, JOAN L. 

McHenry, Illinois History 

Loyola Historical Society 1,4. 



ALLEN, DENISE M. 
Chicago, Illinois 

ALTER, BERNARD S. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Accounting 



AMANTA, SISTER M„ C.S.F.N. 

Dcs Plaines, Illinois Nursing 

AMAR, BENEDICT A. 

Chicago, Illinois Latin 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; CADENCE 1,2,3,4, 
Co-editor 2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; 
Modern Language Club 1,2,4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 2,3,4. 

ANDERSON, JON A. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

AUSA 1,2; Conservative Club 2; Gold 
Torch 3; Golf Team 1.2,3,4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Alpha Lambda 
1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; YR's 3,4. 



ARMUTAT, MICHAEL J. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Classical Club 1,2. 



History 



ARNSTEIN, STEVEN E. 
Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 4; Dental Choir 1,2; St. 
Apollonia Guild 4; SADA 4. 

AVIGNONE, LAWRENCE A. 
Chicago, Illinois Economics 

Econ-Finance Society 3,4; Historical So- 
ciety 1; Loyola Men 1,2,3,4. 

AVNY, WARREN Y. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4, President 4; Choir 
1,2; St. Apollonia Guild 3,4; SADA Rep 1,2, 
3,4; Student Council Rep. 4; UAB Rep. 4. 



BABLER, JAMES H. 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

American Chem. Society 2,3,4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4. 



BAIETTO, EDWARD B. 

Chicago, Illinois 

SAMA 2,3,4, President 4. 



Medicine 



BAIETTO, JUDITH M. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4, Archivist 3; SNAI 2. 

BALASKOVITS, JAMES J. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; 
SAM 3,4. 

BANDALA, MARY ANN 
Chicago, Illinois Biology; Psychology 

Circumference 3,4, J Secretary 4; Loyola 
NEWS 1,2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SAL 2; 
Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4; Wasmann 1,2, 
3,4, Treasurer 3; Historical Society 1. 

BARNETT, FRANK J. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Judge Advocate 2; Sen- 
ior Class Secretary; Student Council 4. 

BARRETT, CLAUDIA M. 

Chicago, Illijiois English 

BARRETT, PAUL F. 

Chicago, Illinois History- 

Blue Key 3,4; Curtain Guild 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 3; Loyola NEWS 2,3,4, Features Ed- 
itor 4; LOYOLAN Copy Editor 4; Histor- 
ical Society 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 4; Psychology Club 3. 

BAYZIK, RONALD E. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; 
Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4. 



BENDER, KATHERINE A. 
Massillon, Ohio Biology 

Chamberlain Hall Secretary 2; Circum- 
ference 3,4, President 4; Delta Zeta Chi 
2,3; LOYOLA NEWS 1,2,3; Loyola 
Women 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau Nominating 
Committee 4; UAB Rep. 4; Wasmann 
1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 3. 

BERMAN, MICHAEL H. 
Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Arts Council 2; Sophomore Class Vice- 
Pres. 



BERTUCA, ANTHONY T. 
Berwyn, Illinois 
Historical Society 3,4. 



History 



BERRY, MARIE A. 

Waukegan, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; 
Inter-Sorority Council 3. 

BERRY, ROBERT W. 
Waukegan, Illinois History 

Cross Country Team 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 
1; LOYOLAN Sports Editor 3; Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4; Track Team 1,2,3,4. 



BIEL, JOSEPH F. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Philosophy 



BLACHOWICZ, JAMES A. 
Hollywood, Florida Philosophy 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; 
Physics Club 1,2; United World Feder- 
alists 1; YD's 1,2. 

BLANKS, KATHRYN A. 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; 
Human Relations Club 3,4; YR's 1,2,3,4, 
Executive Board 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Presi- 
dent 4. 

BLASS, RICHARD W. 

Berwyn, Illinois Dentistry 

Psi Omega 1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 

1,2,3,4. 

BLAZE, DENNIS V. 

Evergreen Park, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Foreign Students 
Association 2,3; Knights of Columbus 3,4. 



BLUMENFELD, ABE 

Chicago, Illinois 



Law 



BOLAND, DONNA-MARIE K. 
Mt. Prospect, Illinois English 

Circumference 4; Delaware Hall Execu- 
tive Council 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4, Treasurer 4; Women's Inter-Hall 
Council Secretary 3,4. 

BOOSTROM, ROGER L. 
Moline, Illinois Mathematics 

Dorm Council 2,3, Senator 3; Math Club 
3,4; Pi Sigma 1,2,3,4. 

BONAGUIDI, STEVEN C. 
Des Plaines, Illinois Biology 

Dorm Council 1; Loyola Men 1,2; Sigma 
Delta Phi 2,3,4, Social Chairman 3; Was- 
mann 1,2. 



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BOUGH, EDWARD W. 
Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; American Chem. 
Soc. 4; Blue Key 3,4, President 4; Loyola 
NEWS 1,2,3,4; LSC News Editor 2, Co- 
Editor-in-Chief 3; LOYOLAN 4; Loyola 
Men 1,2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 2,3,4; Wasmann 1. 

BOWER, MARYANN L. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Class President 1,2; SAMA 1,2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3,4. 



BOYLE, JOHN S. 

McHenry, Illinois 

Judo Club 1; Wasmann 1. 



Biology 



BRAUN, JUDITH K. 

Buffalo, New York Political Science 

Historical Society 2,3; Political Science 
Society 2,3; Y'D's 4. 

BRITZ, GERARD J. 

Elmhurst, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4, President 4; Beta 
Alpha Psi 4; United Independents of 
Loyola 4. 

BRUNNER, GERARD J. 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

Amer. Chem. Society 4; Sigma Pi 2,3,4. 

BRUNOD, MARY ALICE 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology; Sociology 
Accounting Club 3; Coed Club 3; Histori- 
cal Society 2,3; Human Relations Club 4; 
Modern Language Club 1,2,3,4, President 
2,3,4; Psychology Club 4. 

BUCHTHAL, DAVID C. 
Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Loyola NEWS 3; Math Club 2,3,4, Pres. 
4; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Physics Club 3. 

BUCZYNA, BEVERLY ANN B. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

SNEA. 4. 

BUREN, BARBARA A. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Arts Council Secretary 3; Coed Club 1,2,3; 
Readers Circle 1; SNEA 2,3,4, Treasurer 
3; Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Historian 4. 

BURKE, GENEVIEVE M. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 2,3; Psychology Club 2,3,4; 
Ski Club 2,3,4. 

BYRNES, GEORGE T. 
Chicago, Illinois History 

Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4, Parliamentar- 
ian 3, Executive Secretary 4; Miss Loyola 
Contest Chairman 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



CAMP, RALPH C. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Alpha Delta 3. 



Law 



CAPPITELLI, DENNIS W. 
Stickney, Illinois Biology 

Conservative Club 2; Dorm Council 3; 
Knights of Columbus 3,4; Wasmann 1; 
YR's 3,4. 



CARACCI, JOHN J. 

Melrose Park, Illinois Political Science 
Conservative Club 2; Dorm Council 3,4; 
Knights of Columbus 3,4; YR's 2,3,4. 

CARAVONA, RONALD D. 

Parma, Ohio Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2. 

CAREY, KATHERINE F. 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 2; Fine Arts Club 1; Modem 
Language Club 1; Psychology Club 4. 

CARLSON, THOMAS A. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4; Sailing Club 3. 

CARR, JOHN T. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Arts Council Vice-Pres. 4. 

CARREON, CECILIA M. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Circumference 4; Historical Society 3,4; 
United World Federalists 4. 

CARROLL, PATRICIA D. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Fine Arts Club 1,2,4; Loyola NEWS 1,2, 
3; Nursing Council 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; 
Voung Christian Students 1,4. 



CARROLL, RICHARD P. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Phi Chi 4. 



Medicine 



CASSIDY, THOMAS B. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

InterFraternity Council 3,4, Treasurer 3; 
Loyola Men 3,4; Psychology Club 3,4; Tau 
Delta Phi 2,3,4, Scribe 3; Variety Show 3. 

CENAR, GEORGE T. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

SAL 2,3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, 
Chaplain 3,4; Wasmann 1. 

CHADWICK, KENNETH J. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4; Historical Society 
1; Gold Torch 1,2,3. 

CHAVEZ, ROBERT F. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Dental School Choir 1,2; St. Apollonia 
Guild 1,2,3,4; SADA Secretary 4. 

COLE, MICHAEL P. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Loyola Men 1; Wasmann 1; Y'D's 1,2. 

COLEMAN, JAMES L. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Basketball Team 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 3; 
Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. 

COLIN, RONALD P. 

Chicago, Illinois Physics 

Physics Club 3,4. 

COMMERS, MARILEE 

Chicago, Illinois English 



CONNELLY, MICHAEL P. 
Chicago, Illinois Law 

Alpha Sigma Nu 2,3; RECENT DECI- 
SIONS 2,3, Associate Editor 3; Student 
Bar Assn. Treasurer 3. 



CONTE, PATRICK J., JR. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



Medicine 



COOK, TERRENCE J. 
Lakewood, Ohio Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4. 

COUGHLIN, MADONNA P. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Curtain Guild 1,2,3,4; Joint Committee 
on Student Facilities Secretary 2. 

CVITKOVICH, JOAN 

Gary, Indiana Nursing 

Historical Society 1; Modern Language 
Club 1. 

DALLE MOLLE, EILEEN F. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Modern Language Club 1,2; SAL 1,2. 

DANEK, TERRENCE J. 
La Grange, Illinois Dentistry 

Delta Sigma Delta 4; Dental School Choir 
2; SADA 4; St. Apollonia Guild 2; Student 
Council 2; Dental School News, Asst. Ed. 
3, Editor 4. 

DAVIDSON, BERNADETTE E. 
Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Sigma Theta Tau 3,4. 

DEE, PENELOPE A. 

Chicago, Illinois Spanish 

Historical Society 1; SAL 1; Wasmann 1. 

DE CRISTOFORO, OLIMPIO P. 

Bay Shore, New York History 

Foreign Student Assn. 3,4; Y'D's 3,4. 

DELCARLO, PAUL R. 
Berwyn, Illinois Dentistry 

Dental School Choir 1,2,3,4: Psi Omega 
1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4. 

DELISI, SAMUEL D. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Alpha Sigma Nu 4: Freshman Vice-Pres.; 
Loyola Men 2; Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 



DENTEX, DAVID F. 

Chicago, Illinois 

DESIO, ROBERT L. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Accounting 
Accounting 



DICKASON, SAMUEL B. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1. 

DIETZ, CHARLES J. 
McHenry, Illinois Physics 

Gold Torch 1; Historical Society 1: Phys- 
ics Club 3, Secretary 4. 



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DILLON, EDWARD J. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Accounting 



DINGER, DENNIS E. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Loyola NEWS 1,2,3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 

2,3,4. 

DIVITO, JANICE L. 

Oak Park, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3, President 4; CSNC 
2,3, Vice-Pres. 3; Nursing Council 1,2,4, 
Arts Council Rep 3; Panhellenic Assn. 3, 
Delegate 4. 

DOLD, ROBERT C. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; 
Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4; Lodorians 2,3. 

DONNELLY, THOMAS W. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Alpha Kappa Psi 
3,4. 

DOVICHI, ARLENE M. 

Cliicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1; SNEA 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
VD's 3. 

DOVIDIO, ERNEST F. 
Whitticr, California Dentistry 

Blue Key 4; Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; 
SADA 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 

DRAPER, MICHAEL A. 
Joliet, Illinois Sociology 

Loyola NEWS 3,4; Loyola SNCC Public 
Inf. Dir. 3,4; Student Rights Committee 
of UAB 3,4; UWF 3,4. 

DRISCOLL, JOHN B. 
Lemont, Illinois History 

Amer. Chemical Soc. 1,2; Gold Torch 3,4; 
Interfraternity Council 4; SAL 4; Tau 
Delta Phi 1,2,3,4; Custos 3, President 4. 

DUELLMAN, MARIANNE A. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

SAL 2; Wasmann 2; YD's 1,2. 

DUNBAR, ELMA O. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,3. 

DURKAN, MARION L. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4. 

DVORAK, KATHARINE L. 

Madison, Wisconsin English 

CADENCE 3,4; Delaware Hall President 
4; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Interhall Council 4; 
Epsilon Pi Rho 2,3,4; Variety Show 2,4. 

DWYER, MARY CATHERINE 

Oak Park, Illinois Mathematics 

Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; LOYOLAN 2,3; Loyola 
Women 2,3,4; Math Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Psychology Club 1,2; SAL 2,3,4. 



DYBAS, EDWARD F. 
Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Econ-Finance Society 2,3; Foreign Stu- 
dents Assn. 2,3; Knights of Columbus 3,4; 
Marketing Club 3,4; Readers' Circle 1; 
Variety Show 1. 

EBBEN, ELLEN M. 

Oak Park, Illinois History 

Historical Society 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; YD's 
3, Cor. Secy. 4. 

EHEMANN, ALICE M. 
Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Member- 
ship Chmn. 4; LOYOLAN 3,4; Math Club 
3,4, Activities Chmn. 4; Phi Mu 1,2,3,4; 
Pledge Mistress 2, Secretary 3, VP & Pres. 
4; SAL 2,3,4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 



EIDEN, ROBERT A. 
Chicago, Illinois 
UIL 3; YD's 1,2,3. 



Political Science 



ENGEL, DAWN M. 

Chicago, Illinois Educatior 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3; Coed Club 1. 

FABIAN, JOHN S. 

Marion, Ohio Biolog) 

Alpha Phi Omega 3,4; Delta Sigma Phi 
3,4; Dorm Judiciary Board 3,4; Loyola 
Men 1,2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

FAFORD, MARILYN J. 
Oak Lawn, Illinois Biology 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3; Circumference 
3,4; Chairman of Dean of Women's Con- 
vocation 3; "Miss Loyola" Finalist 3. 

FAGAN, MICHAEL C. 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Arts Council Treas. 3; Blue Key 3,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2, 
3,4; Univ. Weekend Exec. Comm. Chm. 3. 

FARRELL, MARGARET M. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1; Equestrian Soc. 4; SAL 1; 
SNEA 3,4; YD's 3,4. 

FEDOTA, MARK C. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Arts Council 4, Editor of COMMUNIQUE 
4; Curtain Guild 2,3; Epsilon Pi Rho 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

FELIX, GABRIEL A. 

Chicago, Illinois Production Management 
SAM 4. 

FERGUSON, THEODORE R„ JR. 

Cliicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 4. 

FINNEGAN, THOMAS L. 

Sterling, Illinois Biology 

Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4; YD's 1,2. 

FISHMAN, DAVID L. 
Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Loyola NEWS 1,2,3,4, Assoc. Ed. 3; LOY- 
OLAN 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4; UAB Nat. 
Affiliation Comm. Chm. 3; UAB Student 
Rights Committee 2,3,4; Wasmann 1. 



FITZPATRICK, GERTRUDE A. 
Muskegon, Michigan Nursing 

Coed Club 1; Stebler Hall Treas. 1, Ju- 
diciary Bd. 2; YD's 1. 

FORD, H. ELIZABETH 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 3,4; YR's 3,4. 

FORTUNE, SALLY A. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 2,3,4; YD's 4. 

FRAKE, RONALD F. 

Glcnview, Illinois Political Science 

FRONTCZAK, MARY JO 

LaPorte, Indiana Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; Wasman 1. 



FUKA, GREGORY E. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Accounting 



GAHAGAN, JOHN P. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club Secretary 1. 



GARVEY, JAMES J. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Modern Language Club 4. 



English 



GARVEY, MICHAEL P. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Arts Council 3,4; President 4; Blue Key 
3,4; Interfraternity Council 4; Lodorians 
1,2; Loyola NEWS 1,2,3; Junior Class 
President 3; Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; YD's 1,2. 



GAZDA, JAMES R. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Accounting Club 3,4. 



Accounting 



GHEYSEN, ARTHUR K. 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel 

SAM 4; Ski Club 3,4. 

GIAMBRONE, JOSEPHINE J. 

Lincolnwood, Illinois Education 

Equestrian Soc. 3; SNEA 4. 

GINNELLY, MARY CATHERINE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

SAL 2. 



GLAVIANO, JOAN J. 
Villa Park, Illinois 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 3,4. 



Sociology 



GLOMSKI, JOEL T. 

Brookfield, Illinois Mathematics 

Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4, Historian 3; 
Math Club 4. 

GOEBEL, BARBARA E. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

GOLNIK, ALOYSIUS F. 
Elmwood Park, Illinois Marketing 

Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Market- 
ing 3,4. 



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GONDECK, MARCIA A. ' 
Niles, Michigan English 

Delaware Hall Judiciary Board 2,3; Ep- 
silon Pi Rho 1,2,3; Delaware Hall Treas. 
2,3; Inter-Hall Council 2,3; Loyola NEWS 
Business Mgr. 1,2; Pi Delta Epsilon 1,2. 

GOODRIDGE, GEORGE E., JR. 
Oak Park, Illinois History 

Historical Society 1,2; YD's 3; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4. 

GOODNOW, CHARLES N. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Political Science Club 2; YR's 1. 



GOTTSCHALK, HELEN M. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Sigma Tau 3. 



Spanish 



GRACYK, NANCY J. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; SNEA 1,2,3,4, Secre- 
tary 3; Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Rushing 
Chairman 3. 

GRITIS, PATRICIA L. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 3,4; Phi Mu 2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3, Historian 4; SAL 1,2,3,4. 

GROTHUS, MARION D. 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Curtain Guild 3,4; Math Club 3,4; Wom- 
en's Rifle Team 3, President 4. 



GRUBB, WENDY B. 

Chicago, Illinois 
SNEA 3,4. 



Education 



GUFFANTI, MICHELE 
Washington Township, New Jersey 
Epsilon Pi Rho 3,4; YD's 3,4; Loyola 
Women 3,4. 

GUZIOR, ANNETTE F. 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Inter-Hall Council 3; Kappa Beta Gamma 
2,3,4, Pledge Mistress 4; Stebler Hall Sec- 
retary 3; SAL 3,4. 

GYLYS, LINAS G. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4; Wasmann 1; YD's 

2,3. 

HAGAN, MARY E. 

Des Plaines, Illinois History 

Coed Club 1; Historical Society 1,2,3,4; 
YD's 1,2,3,4. 

HALLORAN, DENNIS H. 

Manitowoc, Wisconsin History 

Fine Arts Club 2; Historical Soc. 2. 

HALPER, JACK F. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Political Science Club 2. 

HANCHAR, JOHN C. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club I; SAM 1. 



HARDY, MARY ANN 
Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

CALM 3; Sailing Club 1; Sigma Theta Tau 
3,4; YR's 4. 

HARTNETT, MADGE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Historical Society 1; 
SAL 1,4; SNEA 3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 
2,3,4, Philanthropy Chairman 3. 

HAUSSLER, MAXINE J. 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Soc. 1; Human Relations Club 
3,4, Vice-President 4; YD's 3,4. 

HEATON, JUDITH E. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

HEINZ, WILLIAM T. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

HENRY, MARIANN A. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4, Treasurer 4; CSNC 
3; Equestrian Club 3; Junior Class Secre- 
tary; Nursing Council 2,3; SAL 2; Sigma 
Theta Tau 3,4; SNAI 1,2,3,4; Sophomore 
Class Treasurer. 

HERMAN, ROSS C. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Loyola Drill Team 1,2; Delta Sigma Pi 
3,4, Athletic Chairman. 

HERMANUTZ, MARGARET 
Chicago, Illinois German 

Lodorians 1,2; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Pi Delta 
Phi 3,4. 

HILLIKER, DONALD S. 
Dc Kalb, Illinois History 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 
2,3,4; Variety Show Treasurer 4. 

HINDERSCHEID, M. JEAN 

Akron, Ohio Nursing 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Variety Show 2. 

HITZELBERGER, PAUL W. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Beta 
Alpha Psi 4, Vice-President 4; SAM 3. 

HOGAN, JAMES J. 

Chicugo, Illinois Political Science 

HOLLEY, W. LAWRENCE 

Paris, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. 

HOMAN, ELIZABETH A. 
Canton, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4; Interhall Council 3; 
St. Joseph Manor President 3; Junior Class 
Vice-President; Nursing Council 3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; Class President 4; SNAI 3,4. 

HORLICK, RONALD G. 

Lincolnwood, Illinois Biology 

HORNING, EDWINA C. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

SNEA 3,4. 



HUBRICH, RONALD L. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; 
Beta Alpha Psi 4, Secretary' 4; Marketing 
Club 2; SAM 3. 



IACUZZI, ANTHONY L. 

Norridge, Illinois 
Psychology Club 4. 



Psychology 



INCRAM, DEAN W. 
Seattle, Washington Dentistry 

Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4; Delta Sigma Delta 
1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 2,3,4. 

IWASHKO, MARIA 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Foreign Students Association 4; Historical 
Society 1,2,4; YR's 3,4. 

JAKOB, EDWARD W. 

Wilmette, Illinois Finance 

Accounting Club 2; Econ-Finance Society 
3,4; Marketing Club 2. 



Graduate 
Directory 



JANCO, PHYLLIS A. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

SAL 1,2„3; White Cap Staff 4. 

JANET, SISTER M„ CSFN 

Des Plaines, Illinois Nursing 

JANIGA, DANIEL M. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SAL 3,4; Sigma Pi 
3,4, Vice-President 4; Wasmann 3,4. 

JAVOR, BERNADETTE M. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Circumference 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Coed 
Club 1,2,3; Human Relations Club 1.2: 
SNEA 2,3,4, Historian 2, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Historian 3, 
Scholarship Chairman 4; YD's 1,2,3. 



JEANNE, SISTER M. 
Des Plaines, Illinois 



Nursing 



JELSO, DAMIAN J. 

Albuquerque, New Mexico Dentistry 

Delta Sigma Delta 4; Class Vice-President. 

JENDRUSIAIK, STANLEY G. 

Chicago, Illinois Philosophy 

JENKINS, CHARLES M., JR. 
Chicago, Illinois English 

Alpha Phi Omega 4; Gold Torch 3; Loyola 
NEWS 2,3,4; Sigma Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, 
Publicity Chairman 3; Wasmann 1,2. 



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JORDAN, JAMES J. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Medicine 



JUDY, KENNETH L. 

Lancaster, Ohio Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, President 4; SAMA 

1,2,3,4. 

KANE, MARY ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Rush Chair- 
man 3, President 4; Interhall Council 3; 
Panhellenic Council 4, Publicity Chairman 
4; SAL 1,2,3,4; Stebler Hall Vice- Pres. 
3; Wasmann 1. 

KAROS, CONNIE C. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Card Party and Fashion 
Show Chairman 2, President 3, Board 
Member 3,4; LOYOLAN Awards Commit- 
tee 3; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Extension 
Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; Coed Fif- 
tieth Anniversary Chairman 3. 



Graduate 
Directory 



KARVEL, ROGER 

Niles, Illinois Biology 

Wasmann Biological Society 1. 

KAUSS, ROBERT P. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 3,4, President 4. 



KEAN, JAMES J. 

Chicago, Illinois 

KEANE, MARTIN J. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Sociology 
Psychology 



KEARNEY, PAUL L. 

Arlington Heights, Illinois Law 

Phi Alpha Delta 2,3,4, Marshal 3, Vice- 
Justice 4; Student Bar Association 1,2,3,4, 
Class Representative 1,2. 

KESTELOOT, JAMES MAURICE 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology- 

Sociology Club 4. 

KEVIN, JAMES P. 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Phi Alpha Delta 3,4, Treasurer 4. 

KLOBA, JOSEPH A. 
Cicero, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 4; Wasmann 1; 
CALM 2,3. 



KNES, CAROL J. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Equestrian Club 3; Lodorians 1,2,3,4, Sec- 
retary 3; SNEA 3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 
2,3,4, Rush Chairman 4; Wasmann 1,2; 
Variety Show 1. 

KOCH, RICHARD M. 

Mt. Prospect, Illinois Marketing 

Equestrian Society 3; Marketing Club 3,4. 

KORBAKIS, JOHN P. 

Los Angeles, California Dentistry 

Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. 

KOSTEL, THOMAS J. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 2; Loyola Men 1,2; SAM 3. 

KOZIKOSKI, GENE MICHAEL 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Beta 
Alpha Psi 3,4, President 4. 

KREJCL DAVID J. 

Bcrwyn, Illinois Philosophy 

Chardin Anthropological Society 3; His- 
torical Society 1,2,3; YD's 1,2,3. 



KRUGER, MARVIN J. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Blue Key 3,4. 



Law 



KRUKONES, MICHAEL G. 
Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

LOYOLAN 2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Political 
Science Club 2,3; YD's 1,2,3,4. 

KRZYZEK, PHYLLIS M. 

Tearing, Illinois French 

Loyola Women 2,3; Math Club 1,2; Mod- 
ern Language Club 3,4. 

KULOVITZ, BERNADETTE M. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

KURTZ, CURTIS G. 

Blue Island, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 2. 

KUTZA, ELIZABETH A. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Psychology Club 3,4; 
Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. 

KVASNICKA, KATHERINE L. 

Berwyn, Illinois Education 

Historical Society 1. 

LAMAS, JOSEPH I. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Arts Council 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Psy- 
chology Club 2,3,4; Tau Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, 
Alumni Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 
House Manager 4; Class Vice-President 4. 



LAMENDELLA, JUSTINE 
Chicago, Illinois 
Historical Society 3. 



Education 



LAWLOR, JEANNE T. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Social Chairman 
3; SNEA 3,4; University Weekend Chair- 
man 3. 

LAZAR, ROBERT J. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Political Science Club 2,4; Young Demo- 
crats 1,2. 

LEARY, MICHAEL E. 
Oak Lawn, Illinois English 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; CADENCE 1,2,3,4, 
Co-Editor 2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2, Treas- 
urer 1; Modern Language Club 1,2,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 2,3,4. 

LEE, JAMES A. 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Class Presi- 
dent; Student Council 2,3. 

LEJECK, GEORGE E. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Econ-Finance So- 
ciety 4; Knights of Columbus 3,4. 

LEMANCIK, ROBERT J. 

Morton Grove Personnel Management 

LEZON, THOMAS W. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2; Psychology Club 3,4. 



LIST, JEAN M. 

Evanston, Illinois 
SNEA 1. 



Education 



LAMESCH, DONALD S. 

Mayuood, Illinois History 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Young Republicans 3. 



LODA, TERESA M. 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Coed Club 2,3,4; LOYOLAN Awards Com- 
mittee 3; Math Club 2,3,4; Miss Loyola 
3; Phi Mu 3,4, Social Secretary 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Rifle Club 1. 

LOJKOVIC, PAUL A. 
Benvyn, Illinois Political Science 

Political Science Club 2,3; YR's 1,2,3,4, 
Executive Board 2,3, Vice-President 4. 

LOMBARDO, PRISCILLA T. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Wasmann 1. 

LUSHNIA, THOMAS J. 

Chicago, Illinois Physics 

Physics Club 3,4. 

MACIEJEWSKI, ADRIANN B. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

SNEA 3,4, Treasurer 4; YD's 3,4. 

MAGGIO, CAROLE L. 

Niles, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2; Historical Society 1; 
Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4. 

MALANGA, SANDRA C. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

MALINOWSKT, MARIANNE E. 
Chicago, Illinois History 

YD's 2,3,4. 



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MANCINT, RALPH J. 

Winchester, Illinois Personnel Management 

MANZARA, ANTHONY P. 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; Phi Sigma Tau 4. 

MARECEK, JAMES F. 

Berwyn, Illinois Chemistry 

MARION, SISTER MARY, C.S.F.N. 
Des Plaines, Illinois Nursing 

MARRESE. ROCCO A. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine; Physiology 

Medical School Council 3,4, Independent 
Representative 2. 

MARRIOTT, MARY THERESE G. 

Bensenville, Illinois Theology 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 4, Assistant Pledge 
Mistress 4; Circumference 3,4; Loyola 
Women 2; Women's Intramurals 1,2,3,4, 
Director 2,3,4; Women's Rifle Team 1,2, 
3,4, Captain 3, Assistant Captain 4. 



MASTERS, ALLAN W. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 2,3,4. 



Law 



MATEJA, CHESTER A., JR. 

Detroit, Michigan Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; Junior Class Secretary. 

MATHYS, MARY A. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 2,3,4; Panhellenic Council 4, 
Rushing Chairman 4; Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, 
Pledge Mistress 2, Social Chairman 3; 
Psychology Club 1; SAL 1,2,3,4; YR's 3. 

MATTERN, ROBERT W. JR. 

Oak Park, Illinois Sociology 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2; Historical Society 4; 
Human Relations Club 3,4, President 3; 
SAL 1; YD's 4. 



MATTIS, RICHARD C. 
Chicago, Illinois 

MATULA, JOANNE L. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Math Club 3. 



Biology 



Mathematics 



McARDLE, SHARON A. 
Evergreen Park, Illinois Psychology 

Inter-Hall Council 2,3; Psychology Club 
4; Stehler Hall Soc. Chm. 2,3; Variety 
Show 3; Wassmann 2. 

McCarthy, marguerite g. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

American Chemical Society 3,4; Coed Club 
1,2; Fine Arts Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; Historical Society 
1; Union Board 3,4. 

Mcdonald, george g. 

Skokie, Illinois Chemistry 
American Chemical Society 2,3,4, Vice- 
President 4; Physics Club 3; Radio Club 
2,3. 



McGUIRE, NANCY J. 

Denver, Colorado Sociology 

Human Relations Club 3,4; YD's 4. 

MEDER, THOMAS W. 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 3,4; Sigma Delta Phi 
2,3,4; Wasmann 1,2. 

MELVIN, JACQUELINE M. 
Skokie, Illinois French 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Social Chmn. 3, 
Panhellenic Council Representative 2; 
SAL 1,2; Pi Delta Phi 2,3,4. 

MEMIS, VALENTINO 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2, 
3,4, Class Representative 4; Class Treas- 
urer 4. 

MICHELS, ROGER L. 
Chicago, Illinois Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3,4, Secretary 3,4; 
Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Beta Gamma Sigma 
3,4; Blue Key 3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Econ- 
Finance Society 2,3,4; Variety Show 3. 

MILLER, CRAIG A. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Sigma Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Pledge Master 4; 
Wasmann 1. 



MILLER, ROCHELLE D. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



MINES, HARVEY R. 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Math Club 4; Phi Sigma Tau 4. 

MOLENDA, FRANCIS A. 

Park Ridge, Illinois Political Science 

UIL 3, Vice-President 3; YD's 3. 

MONACO, STEPHEN A. 

Elmhurst, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. 

MONTALBAND, CATHERINE 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Coed Club 3,4; UIL 3,4, Publicity Chair- 
man 3,4, Vice-President 4; Wasmann 1,2, 
3,4; Circumference 4; Reader's Circle 3,4, 
Secretary 3. 

MONTE, JOSEPH E. 
Cicero, Illinois Dentistry 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Dental School 
Choir 1,2,3; Class Secretary 4; St. Apol- 
lonia Guild 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3. 



MORAN, DAVID A. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Curtain Guild 2,3,4; UIL 



English 



MOSS, PAUL G. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Class Secretary-Treasurer 3; Delta Sigma 
Pi 2,3,4, IFC Representative 2, Treasurer 3. 

MOSSE, MYRA S. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Historical Society 1; YD's 3. 



MOTT, WILLIAM J. 
Beverly Hills, California Dentistry 

Blue Key 3,4; Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; 
Class President 4; Student Council 4. 

MOTTO, GEORGE S. 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

MONAHAN, EDWARD T. 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Math Club 3,4. 

MULLENIX, NANCY A. 
Lincolnwood, Illinois English 

Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, 
Social Chairman 2, Vice-President 3; Ital- 
ian Club 4, Treasurer 4; Kappa Beta Gam- 
ma 2; LOYOLAN 1,2,3,4, Index Editor 2, 
Rome Editor 3; Psychology Club 1,2; 
YD's 1,2. 

MULQUEENEY, EILEEN N. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4, Pledge Mistress 4; 
CSNC 1,2,3; Nursing Council 1,2,3, Sec- 
retary 1, Treasurer 2, Representative to 
General Nursing Council; President of 
Nursing Class 1,2; Treasurer of Nursing 
Class 3; SNAI 1,2,3,4. 

MURPHY, THOMAS E. 
Alton, Illinois Philosophy- 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3; Blue Key 3,4; CALM 
2; Ad Hoc Committee on Student Charter 
3,4; Union Board 4. 

NAHNSEN, CAROL A. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Loyola Women 3; Psychology Club -3,4; 
Ski Club 3; United World Federalists 4, 
Recording Secretary 4. 

NEKOLA, MARY V. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Coed Club 3; Delta Zeta Chi 2,3, Histor- 
ian 3; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Wasmann 1,3. 



NELSON, TODD S. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Psychology Club 3,4. 

NICHOLS, ROY J. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Marketing Club 2,3,4. 



Psychology 



Marketing 



NOCEK, PATRICIA A. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

LOYOLAN 3, Index Editor 3; Nursing 
Council 4; Psychology Club 2; Nursing 
Class Vice-President 4; SAL 3; Wasmann 1. 



NOMURA, ABE M. Y. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Phi Chi 4. 



Medii 



NOREK, MARILYN D. 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Chaplain 2, 
Membership Director 3,4; Circumference 
3,4; Cheerleading Squad 1; Phi Sigma 
Tau 4. 



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NOWAK, EDNA R. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Inter-Hall Council 2,3, Pres. 3; Stebler 

Hall Treasurer 2; Stebler Hall President 

2,3. 



NUZZO, BROTHER RICHARD A., 
C.S.V. 

Chicago, Illinois Philosophy 

Physics Club 1. 



O'BYRNE, STUART ABBOT 
Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Drill Team 1,2; Gold Torch 1,2,3,4; Psy- 
chology Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; 
Scabbard and Blade 4. 



OGUREK, THOMAS A. 
Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4, 
Treasurer 3,4. 



O'HABA, MARY ANN 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1; Rid- 
ing Club 2; SAL 1,2,3,4; SNEA 2,3,4, 
President 4; Variety Show 1,2,3,4. 

O'KEEFE, JOAN S. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Historical Society 1; Loyola NEWS 2,3, 
LT News Editor 3; Modem Language 
Club 2, YCS 2. 



OLIVER, CANDACE J. 

Northbrook, Illinois Sociology 

Cheerleaders 1,2,3; Coed Club 1,2,3. 



OLSON, JAMES T. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Alpha Phi Omega 3,4. 



History 



OLSON, WAYNE D. 

Oak Lawn, Illinois Dentistry 

Dental School Choir 1,2,3; Psi Omega 1,2, 
3,4, Treasurer 2. 

O'NEILL, ROBERT H. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 3,4; UIL 4. 



O'ROURKE, THOMAS B. 

Chicago Heights, Illinois 
Historical Society 1. 



English 



ORTENZO, GEORGE A. 
Villa Park, Illinois Philosophy 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Human Relations 
Club 2,3. 

O'SHEA, BONNIE P. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Coed Club 
1,2,3,4; Historical Society 2; LOYOLAN 
3,4, Ident. Editor 3; Loyola Women 3; 
Wasmann 1; YD's 2,3. 



PABICH, GEORGE J. 

Wibnette, Illinois Political Science 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

PANFIL, SHARON C. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Publicity Chmn. 
4; Coed Club 1. 

PARKINSON, RICHARD G. 

Dcerfield, Illinois Marketing 

Marketing Club 4; SAM 3,4, President 4; 
YR's 4. 

PAWLOWSKI, EILEEN T. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2, 
3,4; Riding Club 3; SNEA 4. 

PAWLOWSKI, RICHARD F. 
Broadview, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



POZDOL, RICHARD J. 
Harvetj, Illinois 



Law 



PEFLEY, JANTNE C. 

Zion, Illinois 

Pi Delta Phi 2,3,4. 



French 



PETRANDO, WILLIAM E. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-President 2; 
Student Council 2. 

PHELAN, THOMAS J. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 1; YD's 1,3,4. 

PICONI, JOHN R. 

Bridgeville, Pennsylvania Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, President 4; SAMA 

3,4. 

PIERCE, WILLIAM J. 

Oak Park, Illinois Biology 

IFC 4; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon 1,2,3,4; President 4. 

PODGORSKI, LAWRENCE P. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Athletic Di- 
rector 2,3; American Chemical Society 1; 
Sociology Club 2,3. 



POPEK, KAREN A. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Mathematics Club 3,4. 



Mathematics 



POPRAWSKI, EMIL F. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Delta Sigma Pi 3,4, President 4. 

POSTAWA, RONALD J. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

POTERASKE, JOHN F., JR. 

Broadview, Illinois Accounting 

Wasmann 1,2. 



QUINLAN, WILLIAM J., JR. 
Chicago, Illinois Law 

Phi Alpha Delta 2,3,4, Justice 3, Treas- 
urer 4; RECENT DECISIONS 4; Student 
Bar Association 2,3,4. 



QUINN, JAMES A. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Marketing 



QUINLISK, JOHN J. 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Bus Ad Council 3,4, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Class Presi- 
dent 4; LOYOLAN Awards Committee 3; 
Class President 3; Student Pres. Committee. 

RADZIK, PATRICIA A. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2; Phi Mu 2,3,4; Wasmann 
1,2. 

RAPP, ROSEMARY T. 

Downers Grove, Illinois Biology 

Stebler Hall Vice-President 2, Judiciary 
Board 1,2,3; UAB 2,3; Variety Show 2,3; 
Wasmann 1. 



REISA, JAMES J. 
Hillside, Illinois 



Biology 



RICHTER, EUNICE 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 1,2; Historical Society 1,2; 
Lodorians 1,2,3,4. 

RIDDIFORD, PENNY A. 
Elmwood Park, Illinois Sociology 

Lodorians 1,2, LT Co-President 2; YR's 1; 
Variety Show 1,2. 

RICHARDSON, STEPHEN F. 
Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Alpha Sigma Nu 4; IFC 3,4, Secretary 3, 
UAB Rep. 4; Pi Alpha Lambda 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Pow-Wow 
Committee 3,4, Miss Loyola Contest Chair- 
man 3, LSC Vice-Chairman 4; Student 
Rights Ad Hoc Committee 4; SAL 3; UAB 
4; Blue Key 3,4, Alumni Secretary 4. 



RINELLA, SALVADOR A. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



Medicine 



ROACH, MARTIN F. 

Arlington, Massachusetts Medicine 

Class President 1; Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, 
House Manager 2. 

BOCHE, MARY J. 

Chicago, Illinois French 

Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 1; Curtain 
Guild 2,3,4, Publicity Committee 4; Mod- 
ern Language Club 1; National French 
Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Eques- 
trian Society 2; United World Federal- 
ists 3. 



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RODDE, ROBERT E. 
McHenry, Illinois 
YD's 1. 



Biology 



ROGERS, JUDY A. 

Oak Park, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4; Glee Club 1; Sigma 
Theta Tau 3,4. 

ROKOSZ, RONALD E. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Loyola NEWS 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

RONEY, ANNE L. 

Rantoul, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Cir- 
cumference 3,4; Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; 
Stebler Hall Secretary 2. 



ROSS, VINCENT L. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 
Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 



Medi- 



ROSSATE, JACK J. 

Lincolnwood , Illinois Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, President 4. 



RUGAI, ADO L. 
Chicago, Illinois 

RYBANDT, RONALD F. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Drill Team 1,2. 



Political Science 



Accounting 



SAALFELD, ALAN J. 
Palatine, Illinois Mathematics 

Dorm Council 3; Loyola NEWS 3,4; Swim- 
ming Team 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Water 
Polo Team 2,3,4. 

SCALISE, ANNA MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Coed Club 2,3, Publicity Membership 
Chmn. 3; Historical Society 1; Human Re- 
lations Club 3; Italian Club 4; SAL 3. 

SCHELL, PAUL L. 

Jeannette, Pennsylvania Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2; SAMA 1,2, 
3,4. 



SCHERB, LOUIS H. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Law 



SCHMIDT, ROBERT P. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Loyola Men 1; Wasmann 1,2. 



SCHMITT, MILTON C. 

Maywood, Illinois 



Medicine 



SCHMITT, WILLIAM M. 

Paterson, N. ]. Biology 

CALM 2; Dorm Council 1,2, Sec. 2; Miss 
Loyola Contest Chmn. 2; Gold Torch 1,2 
Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4, Rush Chmn. 3 
SAL 1,4; Variety Show 1,2,3,4, Chmn. 4 
Wasmann 1,2. 



SCHRETTER, ALICE M. 
Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Historical Society 1,2; Phi Sigma Tau 4; 
YD's 3. 



SCHMUTZER, RONALD P. 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Loyola Men 1,2,3,4; Phi Beta Pi 1,2. 



SINGER, HERBERT J. 

Chicago, Illinois 



Law 



SEGAL, JACK L. 
Chicago, Illinois 
SAMA 2,3,4, Pres. 3. 



Medicine 



SEIDLER, JOHN W. 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Marketing Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 
3,4; Track Team 1,2,3,4, Captain 4. 

SELLA, ENZO 

New Haven, Connnecticut Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 

SENICA, WILLIAM B. 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 

SERTICH, JOYCE A. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 3; SNEA 3; YD's 3. 

SERVER, RICHARD E. 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel Management 

SHAPIRO, SHELDON D. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4; Student Council 
2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4, Treas. 1. 

SHEEHAN, DENNIS M. 
Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Soc. 1,2,3; SAL 3; UIL 2,3,4, 
Sec. 3,4; Variety Show 3. 

SHEEHAN, ROBERT R. 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Phi Alpha Delta 1,2,3,4, Clerk 4. 

SHEEHY, KATHLEEN A. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Coed Club 1; Historical Soc. 1; YD's 4. 

SHIGLEY, ELAINE C. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Equestrian Soc. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1; SNEA 3. 

SHORE, SCOTT W. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; St. 
Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil 1. 

SIMONS, VIRGIL H. 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Marketing Club 4; YR's 1. 



SIPKA, CLARA R. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Curtain Guild 3; Loyola Concert Choir 4; 
Psychology Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4. 

SKUBLE, DEAN F. 

Argo, Illinois Dentistry 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia 
Guild 1,2,3,4, Historian 4. 

SMENTEK, KENNETH J. 

Skokie, Illinois Political Science 

SMITH, GEORGE C. 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Equestrian Soc. 1,2; Human Relations 
Club 2. 

SMITH, GERALD J. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Historical Soc. 1,2; Human Relations Club 
3,4; Founder, Leadership Workshop 3; 
Psychology Club 4, Treas. 4; Sigma Delta 
Phi 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3; UAB 3,4; Wasmann 
1,2. 

SMOLUCH, CLIFFORD J. 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



Graduate 
Directory 



SOCHOR.ROSEMARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Recording Sec. 
3,4; Conservative Club 1; Phi Sigma Tau 
4; YR's 2,3,4. 

SOLHKHAH, GEORGE 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

SOMMERFELD, LOUIS W. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4, Social Chm. 4; Choir 
1,2; St. Apollonia Guild 3,4. 

SOWINSKI, DIANA M. 

Hillside, Illinois Biology 

SPECHT, JACQUELINE M. 

Arlington Heights, Illinois Nursing 

Circumference 3,4; Interhall Council 3; 
St. Joseph's Manor Vice-Pres. 3, Judiciary 
Board Chm. 2; Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; 
Senior Class Sec; SNAI 2,3,4; Variety 
Show 2. 



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SROKA, JOAN E. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Math Club 3,4. 



Mathematics 



STACHURA, LOUIS J. 

Elmwood Park, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 4; Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Treas. 
3. 



STACKNIK, CRAIG L. 

Cicero, Illinois 



Biology 



STANFA, PETER N. 

Chicago Heights, Illinois Political Science 

Bowling Team 2; Golf Team 2,3,4. 

STORTO, JOSEPH P. 

Chicago, Illinois Production Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

STOVER, GEOFFREY V. 

Winnetka, Illinois English 

SUHAR, ROGER T. 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Student Bar Association 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 4. 

SULLIVAN, GEORGE P. 
Wilmette, Illinois English 

Blue Key 3,4, Sec. 4; Loyola NEWS 1,2, 
3,4, News Editor 2, Co-Editor-in-Chief 3; 
LOYOLAN 4; Phi Sigma Tau 4; Pi Delta 
Epsilon 3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Pi Delta 
Phi 3,4; UAB 2,4, Vice-Chm. 4; Alpha 
Sigma Nu 3,4. 



TAMMEN, VICKI A. 

LaHogue, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Welta 2,3,4; Union Board 

Rep.4. 



TAMOSIUNAS, JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



THOMAS, JEROME F. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 4; Wasmann 1. 

TIECHNER, CYNTHIA J. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Publicity Chmn. 
2, Corr. Sec. 4; CALM 4, Coed Club 2,3,4; 
Pi Delta Phi 3,4; SAL 1; Wasmann 1. 



TIERNAN, MARY 
Chicago, Illinois 
Coed Club 1. 



F. 



Education 



TINER, LONNIE W. 
Kealia, Kauai, Hawaii Dentistry 

Delta Sigma Delta 2,3,4; St. Apollonia 
Guild 1,2,3,4. 



TOUHILL, KATHLEEN J. 

Chicago, Illinois 

SAL 1; SNEA 4; VD's 3,4. 



English 



TOUNEY, LOIS E. 

Niles, Illinois Psychology 

Historical Soc. 1; Psychology Club 4; The- 
ta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Marshal 4. 



TUREK, DOROTHY M. 
Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Circumference 4; Coed Club 3,4, LSC 
Vice-Pres. 4; Loyola Women 3,4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 3; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 3,4, 
Treas. 4; LOYOLAN 4. 

TYLER, THOMAS C. 

Maywood, Illinois Medicine 

Junior Class President; Student Council 
Pres. 4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

ULRICH, DENNIS P. 

Toledo, Ohio Political Science 

Young Republicans, 1. 

USYAK, KENNETH E. 

Xorridge, Illinois Political Science 



VERTENTEN, JAMES A. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Finance 



VIDOLOFF, JOHN C. 
Cicero, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Beta Pi, 3,4; SAMA 3,4; St. Luke's 
Guild 1,2. 

VIELMAYER, THERESA C. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1; Historical Society 1,2; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4; Equestrian Society 1,2,3; 
Young Republicans 1. 



VILSER, CAROLE A. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Equestrian Society 3. 



Education 



Graduate 
Directory 



SUNDBERG, ELIZABETH A. 

Chicago, Illinois Finance 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Beta Gamma 
Sigma 3,4; Business Coed Club 2,3,4, Pres. 
4; Circumference 3,4; Econ-Finance Soc. 
2,3,4; Variety Show 3. 

TAKACS, PHILLIP L. 
Hammond, Indiana Anthropology 

Bowling Team 2,3,4; Chardin Anthropo- 
logical Society 3,4; Curtain Guild 2,3,4. 

TALANO, CATHERINE M. 

Evergreen Park, Illinois Biology 

Circumference 3,4, Treas. 4; LOYOLAN 
4, Index Editor 4; LOYOLAN Awards 
Committee 3; Miss Loyola Finalist 3; Phi 
Mu 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Treas. 4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4; Wasmann 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3. 



TRADEWELL, SISTER M. LAURA, 
O.S.F. 

Evanston, Illinois Nursing 

Sigma Theta Tau 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

TRAVIS, ANTHONY R. 
Westchester, Illinois History 

Equestrian Society 1,2,3,4; Historical Soc. 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Pol. 
Science Club 1,2,3; YD's 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3. 

TRIMBLE, SUSAN A. 
Oak Lawn, Illinois Nursing 

Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4, Recording Sec. 
4; Panhellenic Rep. 4; YR's 1,2. 

TROP, DOROTHY M. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Equestrian Soc. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1,2; Human 
Relations Club 3,4; SNEA 3,4. 

TRZUPEK, EUGENE W. 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Gold Torch 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Historical Soc. 

3. 



TUNNEY, MARGARET M. 
Chicago, Illinois 
YD's 4. 



VLACH, JOHN C. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4. 

VONDRAN, JAMES M. 

River Grove, Illinois 
Mathematics Club 4. 

WADEN, GEORGE J. 
Dcs Plaines, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3,4. 



Biology 



Mathematics 



Marketing 



WALSH, JOSEPH A. 

Oak Park, Illinois Psychology 

Blue Key 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Loyola Men 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 2; Psychology Club 2,4; 
Freshman Class Vice-Pres.; Soph Class 
Pres.; LOYOLAN Captions Editor 1. 

WALSH, TIMOTHY A. 

Niles, Illinois Personnel Management 

SAM 2,3,4. 



WARD, ELIZABETH L. 

Chicago, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; Loyola NEWS 1. 



English 



English 



WARZEL, BARBARA J. 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Circumference 3,4; CALM 2,3; Coed Club 
2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SNEA 4; Human 
Relations Club 2,3,4; Young Democrats 4. 



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WASHINGTON, BARBARA A. 

Evanston, Illinois Nursing 

CSNC 2,3,4; Psychology Club 2; SAL 2; 
SNAI 1,2,3. 



WOJCIECHOWSKI, 

Chicago, Illinois 
Mathematics Club 
1,2,3,4. 



ANDREW W. 

Mathematics 
2,3,4; Physics Club 



WATERSTREET, WILLIAM N. 

Rock Island, Illinois Psychology 



WEINBRECHT, LINDA J. 

Skokic, Illinois 

Coed Club 1; SNEA 3,4. 



Education 



WELLING, JOHN A. 

Chicago, Illinois Public Accounting 

Accounting Club 4. 

WENDT, STEPHEN M. 

Evergreen Park, Illinois Political Science 



WOJCIESZEK, SHIRLEY J. 
Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1; SNEA 4; Variety Show 2; 
Young Democrats 4. 



WRIGHT, MICHAEL R. 

Springfield, Illinois 
Marketing Club 3,4. 



Marketing 



WRIGHT, RAYMOND E. JR. 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Mathematics Club 2; Psychology Club 4; 
Tau Delta Phi 2,3,4, Secretary 3. 



WERNETH, FRED W. 
Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Drill Team 1,2; Gold Torch 1,2; Political 
Science Society 2,3. 

WHITE, EDWARD 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Political Science Society 2,3; YR's 4. 



WHITE, JAMES T. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Delta Sigma 1,2,3,4. 



Dentistry 



WHITTAKER, PATRICIA S. 

Niles, Ohio Medicine 

SAMA 1,2,3,4. 



WIDLOWSKI, JEROME M. 

Joliet, Illinois 
Psi Omega 4. 



Dentistry 



WIEDEL, MICHAEL C. 
River Forest, Illinois Law 

Recent Decisions 2,3, Associate Editor 3; 
Union Board 3, Parliamentarian 3. 



WIGHT, ANN P. 

Wantagh, N. Y, Personnel Management 

Bus Ad Coed Club 3,4; Coed Club 3,4. 



WRONA, LEO A. 

Chicago, Illinois 
Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



Medii 



YOUNG, ROBERT A. 

Northfield, Illinois Marketing 

IFC 2; Marketing Club 1; Physics Club 2; 
Sigma Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4. 



ZARANTONELLO, CAMILLE L. 

Homewood, Illinois English 

Circumference 3,4; Chamberlain Hall 
Treasurer 2; Curtain Guild 1; Fine Arts 
Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Loyola NEWS 
1; Mathematics Club 1,2,3; Phi Sigma Tau 
3,4; Physics Club 3; Inter-Hall Council 2, 
Secretary 2. 

ZAWACKI, TERENCE W. 
Chicago, Illirxois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,3,4; Alpha Phi Omega 
3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; Beta Gamma Sig- 
ma 3,4, Pres. 4; Knights of Columbus 3,4; 
Marketing Club 2,4; Variety Show 3,4. 



ZILIC, PAUL R. 

Broadview, Illinois Personnel Management 
LOYOLAN 2; SAM 4; Sigma Delta Phi 
1,2,3,4, Sgt.-at-arms 3. 



WINKELJOHN, SUE A. 

Wabash, Indiana Drama 

Curtain Guild 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1. 

WITASZCZYK, SALLY A. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4; Wasmann 1. 



ZMUDKA, VICTORIA A. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4, Soc'l Chmn. 3; 
CSNC 2; Nursing Council 1,2, Sec'y 1 
Vice-Pres. 2; SAL 1, SNAI 1,2. 



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COLOPHON 



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LOYOLAN66 PHOTO INDEX 




Abel, Dr. D. Herbert 129 
Abene, Bob 258, 259 
Abhalter, Dave 206, 243 
Abrams, Andrea 221 
Abromaitis, Ed. 211 
Adamczyk, Dick 190 
Adams, Beverly A. 284 
Adams, Joan I. 284 
Adamson, Wayne 174 
Adent, Judy 196 
Akan, Marty 148, 218 
Akers, Paul 206 
Alberts, Larry 224 
Alekna, Vitas P. 318 
Allen, Kristi A. 284 
Alter, Bernard S. 308 
Amanta, Sr. M., C.S.F.X. 314 
Amar, Benedict A. 134, 284 
Amar, Yvonne 129, 130, 131, 

262 
Amaturo, Dr. Frank M. 171 
Ammer, Martin 152, 284 
Anderson, Art 222, 223 
Anderson, Daniel 324 
Anderson, David L. 129 
Anderson, David P. 229 
Anderson, George S. 132, 308 
Anderson, Jon A. 285 
Anderson, John 233 
Anderson, Ken 194 
Anderson, Paul W. 308 
Anderson, Tom 241 
Angel, John J. 318 
Angelsano, Anna Marie 285 
Anglum, Essie 27 
Annweiler, Diane 155, 213 
Anstiss, Robert S. 285 
Armutat, Michael J. 285 
Arnold, Dr. Lloyd L. 133 
Arnstein, Steven E. 324 
Aromi, Ed 258 
Arroyo, Eric 223 
Augustine, Antoine 251 
Aurelio, James 233 
Avignone, Lawrence A. 119, 

309 
Avny, Warren Y. 173, 174, 

324 
Azzoli, Sal 230 
Babiak, Robert 149 
Babler, James H. 147, 285 
Barer, John 150 
Baietto, Edward B. 318 



345 



Baietto, Judith R. 217, 314 
Baker, Irene 245, 248, 253 
Bakes, Phil 206 
Balaskovits, James J. 125, 126, 

309 
Balesteri, Anthony J. 285 
Baliek, Don 203 
Bandala, Man- Ann 134, 209, 

285 
Bankowski, Ricarda 208, 247 
Baran, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard 84 
Baranowski, Cynthia 129, 285 
Barker, James H. 150, 285 
Barnes, Daniel 265 
Barnett, Frank J. 319 
Barney, Joseph A. Ill 
Baron, Judy 245 
Baron, Ron 61 
Barrett, Anthony M. 330 
Barrett, Claudia M. 285 
Barrett, Paul F. 27, 265, 270, 

281, 285 
Barn-, Don 211 
Barry, Richard A. 94 
Bartii, William M. 27, 330 
Bartholomew, Thomas J. 285 
Bartusiewicz, Shirley 196 
Bartniczak, Stan 188 
Batiste, Robert J. 285 
Battiste, Janet 130, 131 
Bauernfrcund, Edwin G. 285 
Baukert, Barb 209 
Baumhart, Rev. Ravmond C, 

S.J. 75 
Bawden, Ralph 210, 211 
Bavzik, Ronald E. 125, 126, 

309 
Beam, William 195 
Beck, Bill 194 
Beehner, Mike 152, 211 
Belanger, Chuck 223 
Bell, Hugh G. 229, 285 
Benak, Frank 264 
Bender, Katherine A. 214, 221, 

253, 281, 286 
Benjamin, Mary Ann 209 
Benyovszky, Harold G. 325 
Bereznak, Betty 209, 247 
Bergewisch, Rev. Fred, S.J. 93 
Berman, Michael H. 286 
Berna, Diane 222 
Bema, Linda 221 
Berry, Marie A. 314 



Berry, Robert W. 286 

Biel, Joseph F. 286 

Bieri, Rev. John W, S.J. 74, 

165 
Biestek, Rev. Felix P., S.J. 74 
Bigongiari, Mary 204 
Bilecky, Eugene H. 309 
Bilinski, Barbara J. 286 
Billings, Margaret L. 208, 286 
Bilodeau, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond 

84 
Binsfeld, Jim 241 
Biskup, Nancy 192, 213 
Bissell, Cushman B. 76, 86 
Biwer, Paul 264 
Blachowicz, James A. 260, 

286 
Blachowski, Bob 123 
Blais, John 198 
Blake, Thomas M. 286 
Blakemore, John 198 
Blanks, Kathryn A. 249, 286 
Blanton, Harry 143 
Blascovich, Jim 210 
Blashingham, Dr. Emily J. 243 
Blass, Richard W. 325 
Blaze, Dennis V. 126, 309 
Blecha, Rick 199 
Block, Mr. Walter 92, 251 
Blumenfeld, Abe 330 
Blumenthal, Jo-Carol 200 
Blyth, Barb 213 
Boduch, Ronald J. 319 
Boese, Jack 218 
Bohlman, Dennis 129 
Bohn, George 190 
Bohon, Chuck 202 
Bolan, Michael B. 330 
Boland, Donna-Marie K. 134, 

196, 214, 286 
Bonaguidi, Steven C. 210, 286 
Bonaguro, John 174, 325 
Bonk, Jim 125, 126 
Boostrom, Roger L. 286 
Bordonaro, Carma 213 
Borowski, Madonna 246, 255 
Bough, Edward W. 22, 27, 

267, 281, 286 
Bouscaren, Louis H.G. 76 
Boutrous, Jim 230 
Bower, Maryann L. 319 
Bowes, Thomas J. 286 
Bowman, Rev. David, S.J. 192 
Boyd, Dr. Virgil 116 



Boyer, John 135 
Boyle, Charles A. 330 
Boyle, John S. 286 
Brabeck, Len 123 
Bradley, Sue 192 
Brandimore, Robert J. 325 
Brannigan, Patrick J. 287 
Brasky, Ted 233 
Braun, Judith K. 287 
Braun, Ruth 222 
Brauner, Heinz-Juergen 206, 

241, 287 
Bredemann, Dave 126 
Breen, John P. 255, 287 
Breier, Tom 123 
Bremner, Susan M. 287 
Bresnahan, G. 230 
Brinkman, Rich 258 
Brischle, Barb 204 
Britz, Gerard J. 126, 258, 309 
Broderick, William F. 211, 287 
Brooker, Mrs. Marie 114 
Brooks, Gerald J. 331 
Brophy, Jim 211 
Brunet, Gerald P. 287 
Brunkard, Pat 221 
Brunner, Gerald J. 287 
Bruno, Carl 219 
Bruno, John S. 319 
Brunod, Mary Alice 131, 287 
Bubness, Mary Ann 189, 209 
Buchthal, David C. 151, 287 
Buck, Steve 219 
Buczyna, Beverly Ann 287 
Budill, Mary Jo 192 
Budz, Mr. & Mrs. John J. 84 
Budzik, Shirley 131 
Budzisz, Elaine 148 
Buhl, Mr. & Mrs. William 84 
Buren, Barbara A. 287 
Burke, Elaine 209 
Burke, Genevieve M. 287 
Burla, Frank P. 255, 287 
Burlage, Rev. Carl J., S.J. 144 
Burns, Mike 202 
Burton, Ed 224 
Buschbacher, Mike 190 
Buschmann, Raymond P. 134, 

258, 287 
Busscher, Warren 150, 265 
Butler, Veronica 222 
Buttitta, Dominic J. 309 
Byrne, Patricia A. 315 



Bymes, George T. 206, 287 
Cadavid, Edvard 251 
Cahill, Robert P. 128 
Cain, George P. 288 
Calistro, Ralph 258 
Callahan, Dr. James J. 76 
Callahan, John F. 27 
Callan, Jim 224 
Callippo, John 223 
Callow, Susan C. 288 
Cameron, Ian 243 
Camp, Ralph C. 195, 341 
Campbell, George M. 319 
Canning, Agnes 255 
Cappitelli, Dennis W. 288 
Capriotti, Larry 219 
Caracci, John J. 288 
Caravona, Ronald D. 319 
Carey, Jim 206 
Carey, Katherine F. 288 
Carlsen, Laurence 174 
Carlsen, Lawrence I. 325 
Carlson, Jeff 223 
Carlson, Thomas A. 126, 309 
Camer, Ronald S. 341 
Carney, Denny 219 
Carney, William Roy 76 
Carr, John 152, 288 
Carreon, Cecilia M. 135, 288 
Carroll, Dennis R. 319 
Carroll, Mary 264 
Carroll, Patricia D. 288 
Carroll, Richard P. 319 
Casey, Ellery 244 
Casper, Cheryl 238 
Casse, Peggy 204 
Cassidy, Bill 230 
Cassidy, Thomas B. 191, 252, 

288 
Cassidy, Thomas D. 288, 202 
Castelein, Paul T. 325 
Celeschi, Dennis 151 
Celeste, Sister Marie, S.C., 

130, 131 
Cella, Judith A. 288 
Cenar, George, Jr., 198, 199, 

288 
Cermak, Bob 206, 229 
Chadwick, Kenneth J. 126, 309 
Chamberlain, Ellen 222, 247 
Chan, Patrick 319 
Chatlos, Christine 147, 204 
Chatton, Tim 173 



346 



Chavez, Robert F. 325 
Chole, Mary Sue 222 
Cholewa, Judith 148, 184, 222 
Christensen, De Vere R. 325 
Christofano, Marty 229 
Chvalo, AI 61, 215 
Chwierut, Marcia 246 
Cichy, Tom 241 
Cieply, Joe 233 
Cimino, Frank 211 
Cisco, Jim 149 
Clabots, Mary Gale 161, 315 
Clancy, Mary 221 
Clarke, Charles F., Jr. 76 
Clarkson, Miss Rita 263 
Cleary, Kathleen E. 200, 204, 

315 
Cleland, Don 225 
Clohessy, John J. 309 
Clohesy, Bill 150 
Coakley, Dr. James F. 238 
Cole, Michael P. 288 
Coleman, Jim 47, 281 
Coleman, John T. 104, 106, 

341 
Coley, Leslie L. 319 
Colin, Ronald P. 150, 288 
Collard, Tim 231 
Collins, Andrew 132 
Collins, Mary 213 
Condon, Jeff 241 
Condon, Mark 218, 219 
Condon, Maura A. 315 
Coniglio, Kathy 200 
Conlon, Leon S. 341 
Connelly, Michael P. 341 
Conners, Marilee 288 
Conroyd, W. Daniel 73, 75 
Conte, Patrick J. 319 
Cook, Terrence J. 319 
Corasiniti, Valerie 204 
Corboy, Sheila 208 
Cortesi, Nina 288 
Cortez, Linda 222 
Cosgrove, Thomas B. 309 
Costello, John E. 325 
Costello, Maureen M. 289 
Coston, James E. 87 
Couch, Denny 218 
Couch, Pat 219 
Coughlin, Madonna P. 289 
Coutinho, V. 251 
Cox, James C. 75, 97 



Crane, Mitchael E. 341 
Crimmins, Jerry 202 
Croke, Dan 294 
Crosby, George 206 
Cudahy, Michael 76 
Cukla, James D. 123, 309 
Culen, Elaine 222 
Cullen, William F. 289 
Cummings, Pat 129 
Cummings, Walter J. 76 
Cummings, Walter J., Jr. 76 
Curley, Nancy C. 289 
Cvitkovich, Joan 204, 315 
Dahm, Diane 213, 245 
Dalle Molle, Eileen F. 289 
Daly, Eileen 204 
Danek, Terrence 17.3, 174, 325 
Daniliuk, John 206 
Danza, Sal 190 
Darcy, Ken 231 
Daugherty, Gene 198 
Davidson, Bernadette 315 
Davidson, Douglas G. 289 
Davis, Linn 341 
Davy, Tom 249 
Dean, Thomas A. 76 
Debonis, Daniel W. 232, 325 

DeButts, John D. 76 

De Carlo, Dee 118 

De Christoforo, Olimpio P. 289 

Dee, Penelope A. 289 

De Figlia, Carmen F. 289 

Deksnys, Rumy 238 

Del Campo, Joe 188 

Del Carlo, Paul R. 325 

Delisi, Samuel D. 319 

DelMonico, Ralph 173, 174, 
218, 325 

Delzer, Harold 219 

Denkewalter, Robert G. 27 

Denman, Terrence L. 319 

Denney, Virginia 129 

Dennis, Ellen 216 

Denten, David F. 309 

Denten, Donna L. 289 

DeNys, Marty 255 

DeOrio, Tony 198, 199 

De Pauvv, Phil 225 

DeRose, Louie 198 

De Sio, Robert L. 309 

D'Esposito, Puddy 209 

D'Esposito, Julian C. 289 

DeVault, Rev. Joseph, S.J. 176 



Devine, Edward 148 

Devlin, Bill 232 

Devocelle, Lawrence P. 218, 

289 
De Zur, Tom 223 
Diacon, Christine 251 
Diamantos, Vicki 204 
Dickason, Samuel 325 
Dickinson, Cecily 243 
Diesing, Bill 120 
Dieter, Lynn 192 
Dietz, Charles J. 150, 151, 289 
Di Girolamo, Bob 211 
Dilorio, Glen 121 
Di Lallo, Carol 212 
Dillon, Edward J. 309 
Dillon, Rev. John T., S.J. 253 
Dinelli, Donald R. 289 
Dinger, Dennis E. 289 
Disen, Earl 289 
Di Tata, Sandra 131 
DiTella, Phil 210 
Di Vito, Janice L. 189, 217, 

315 
Dixon, Bill 218, 219 
Dixon, Joan 129 
Dolan, Thomas 148 
Dold, Bob 125, 126, 
Dolezal, Vicki 129 
Dollard, Rev. Stewart E., S.J. 

74 
Dolzyn, Monte 211 
Domke, John 149 
Domagalski, Ray 241, 258 
Donlow, Stephen 218 
Donnelly, Mike 219 
Donnelly, Thomas W. 310 
Donohue, Carol 222 
Donohue, John P. Ill 
Donovan, Bill 231 
Dooley, James A. 76 
Dorschel, Querin P. 76 
Dotson, Arthur L. 290 
Dovichi, Arlene M. 290 
Dovidio, Ernest 174, 232, 325 
Dowd, Jim 206 
Doyle, Bernard 203 
Drakton, Ray 207 
Drankie, David M. 290 
Draper, Mike 248 
Dreher, Noelle 192, 196 
Drennan, Barbara M. 326 
Drew, Theresa 255 



Driscoll, James F. 290 
Driscoll, John 223, 290 
Dryan, James R. 319 
Ducey, John M. 115 
Duda, Eugene E. 320 
Duellman, Marianne A. 290 
Duffalo, Marilyn 212 
Duffy, Chuck 206 
Du Lude, Kathleen 290 
Dunbar, Elma O. 290 
Dunne, Mrs. R. Jerome 78 
Durbin, John P. 320 
Durkan, Marion L. 290 
Durkin, Jim 188, 191, 219 
Durlacher, Martin L. 290 
Dvorak, Katharine L. 196, 

214, 290 
Dwyer, Charles 152 
Dwyer, Jill 151, 246, 253, 

290 
Dyba, Thomas J. 91 
Dybas, Edward F. 123, 310 
Dykla, John J. 150, 151, 290 
Dzeidzina, Diana 118, 123, 

124 
Ebben, Ellen M. 290 
Ecker, Thomas 174, 326 
Edgeworth, Bob 129 
Effa, Margaret M. 290 
Egan, Joe 202 
Ehemann, Alice 151, 189, 208, 

246, 291 
Ehrman, Diane 209 
Eichinger, Donna 149, 222 
Eiden, Robert A. 291 
Eischenk, Sigmund 150 
Elboar, Jim 230 
Elder, Yvonne M. 291 
Elia, Sandra 222 
Emanuele, Nicholas 268 
Engel, Dawn M. 291 
Engels, Matt 126 
Engert, Liz 192 
England, Mike 219 
Erickson, Ralph 62 
Erie, Robert A. 331 
Ernest, Marty 252 
Ernst, Marilyn 212 
Eubelhower, Susan 212 
Eulenberg, Alexander 86 
Evans, JoAnn 204 
Evans, John S., Jr. 232, 326 
Evans, Patricia 149, 222 



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Fabian, Jack 225 

Faford, Marilyn J. 291 

Fagan, Michael C. 199, 291 

Fardy, Rich 198 

Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

85 
Farrell, Margaret M. 291 
Fasano, Ross 206 
Fedota, Mark C. 291 
Fegan, John 206 
Feichter, Patton 243 
Felcht, Ilka 238 
Felice, Rev. John, S.J. 180 
Felix, Gabriel Acuna 310 
Fellows, Ronald S. 174, 326 
Ferguson, Ted 241 
Ferrera, Victor M. 291 
Fial, Diane 148, 212 
Fico, Connie 222, 252 
Filas, Rev. Francis L., S.J., 174 
Finn, Jim 249 
Finnegan, Jim 198 
Finnegan, Thomas L. 291 
Finnell, Ellworth 89 
Fiore, Claudia 204 
Fischer, Edward F. 291 
Fischer, Rev. Franklin C. 74 
Fishman, David L. 291 
Fitch, Nina 212, 214 
Fitzgerald, Daniel W. 119, 

310 
Fitzgerald, Joe 211 
Fitzpatrick, Gertrude A. 315 
Fitzpatrick, John J. 320 
Fitzpatrick, Sharon 204 
Fitzpatrick, Trudi 204 
Flanagan, Dr. 136 
Fleck, Leonard M. 291 
Fleis, Kathy 204 
Fleischer, Kathy 212 
Fletcher, Bob 268 
Floyd, Cathy 196 
Foley, Pat 229 
Forbes, Pam 147, 246 
Forkins, Mr. James 93 
Forkins, Patti 196 
Formell, Art 126 
Forsythe, Jack 218 
Fortune, Sally A. 291 
Fournier, John H. 320 
Fournier, Julie 255 
Fox, Rev. Robert J., S.J. 258 
Franchi, Louis 255 



348 



Evert, Rev. Lester J., S.J. 171 

Francis, John 233 

Francis, Steve 238 

Francona, Carol 212, 258 

Frank, Albert R. 320 

Fransioli, Paul 150 

Frey, Joan 148 

Friend, Eve 238 

Froelich, Judy 258 

Froelich, Nancy 258 

Frontczak, Mary Jo 204, 216 
315 

Fuentes, Joanne 245 

Fuertges, Dan 173, 232 

Fuka, Gregory E. 310 

Furlong, Clair W. 86 
Gadbois, Claude 233 
Gahagan, John P. 241, 291 
Gaik, Gloria 196 
Gajewski, Bob 198 
Galvin, Mrs. Paul 76 
Galvin, Robert W. 97 
Gambia, Gerald J. 326 
Gambia, Rich 129 
Garcia, Mike 215 
Gardner, Joseph 203 
Garrett, Gail 204 
Garrity, John 202 
Garvey, James J. 131, 292 

Garvey, Michael P. 152, 191, 
281, 292 

Garvey, Rick 152 
Gattuso, Marion J. 147, 292 
Gay, Robert C. 292 
Gay, Thomas R. 320 
Gazzerro, Paul M. 165 
Geldhof, Janice R. 204, 315 
Geraghty, Marty 203 
Gerberi, Mike 211 
Gerken, Cathy 222 
Gerrietts, Dr. John S. 145 
Geyer, Donia 213 
Gheysen, Arthur K. 310 
Giacherio, Joe 224, 225 
Giallanza, Tom 146, 152, 218 
Giambrone, Josephine J. 292 
Gibula, Robert 149 
Gifford, Gerald 174 
Gillies, Frederick M. 76 
Gillman, Tom 232 
Gilmore, Mary 247 
Gimber, Lynn 204 
Ginex, Maria 192, 193 



Ginnelly, Mary C. 315 
Gipson, Karen 130, 131 
Giunta, Betty 209 
Glass, John R. 310 
Glaviano, Jean J. 292 
Glazar, Chris 152, 243 
Glomski, Joel T. 292 
Gober, Bruce 148 
Goedert, John P. 86 
Goehl, Robert 174, 233 
Goglin, Dr. & Mrs. Aurel 85 
Giocoechea, Robert 263 
Golden, Robert 132 
Golec, Tom 173 
Golnik, Aloysius 123, 190, 310 
Gondeck, Marcia A. 292 
Gondeck, Ronald G. 292 
Goodnow, Charles N. 292 
Goodridge, George E. Jr., 292 
Goosherst, John C. 292 
Gorzelnik, Anne 221 
Gottschalk, Helen M. 134, 

292 
Govekar, Paul 132 
Gracyk, Nancy J. 292 
Graham, Mary 209 

Graham, Patricia C. 129, 134, 
292 

Graham, Steve 198 

Granahan, Pat 126 

Grabski, Lad F. 169 

Greene, Dick 199 

Greenstein, Charles 61 

Gregory, Carol 200 

Grella, Tony 210 

Griggs, George D. 293 

Gritis, Patricia L. 293 

Grivetti, John 249 

Grodoski, Gail 189, 200, 204 

Groeber, Mary 214, 222 

Grohar, Bill 206 

Grollig, Rev. Francis X., S.J., 
198, 243 

Grot, James 136 

Grothus, Marion D. 245, 293 

Grover, Mary 149, 222 

Grubb, Wendy B. 293 

Gruber, Bemadette 129, 258 

Gryzlo, Matthew J. 215, 293 

Guadagnuolo, Rosemarie 209 

Guest, Allen 147 

Gudewicz, Paul 207 

Guido, Jim 184, 206, 229 



Guinta, Antoinette C. 293 

Gulanick, Mary Ellen 222 

Gulati, Susmil 251 

Guziec, Frank 146 

Guzior, Annette F. 193, 293 

Guzy, Ron 194 

Haberman, John R. 331 

Hackert, Valerie 200 

Hahn, Jerry 66 

Harbertson, Lane 232 

Haeflinger, Chuck A. 219 

Halas, George S. 79 

Halenar, Linda 222 

Haley, Claudia 212 

Hallberg, Terry 240 

Hallenbeck, Stephen M. 331 

Halloran, Dennis H. 293 

Halper, John F. 293 

Hanchar, John C. 310 

Hanley, Jack 218 

Hannan, John E. 91 

Hannigan, Jery 258 

Hannon, John W. 310 

Hapaniewski, Ed 152, 184, 
248 

Haravon, Kathy 209 

Harding, Bonnie 214, 222 

Hardy, Mary 293 

Harper, Mr. & Mrs. William 
84 

Harrington, Eileen 152, 204 

Harris, Leonard S. 293 

Harshbarger, Fran 221 
Hartigan, David M. 331 
Hartigan, Robert 238 
Hartman, Bob 255 
Hartman, Cherie 209 
Hartnett, Madge 209, 293 
Harty, Patti 213 
Harvey, Margie 196 
Hasbrouck, Jane 204 
Hath, William 150 
Hatzell, Marilyn 124, 209 
Haussler, Mazine J. 293 
Haverstock, Tom 233 
Hawkins, Mr. Michael 92 
Hawkins, Thomas F. 73, 75 
Hawkins, Thomas F., Jr. 331 
Hawkins, Tim 104, 106 
Hayes, Rev. J. Donald, S.J., 

93, 218 
Hayes, John C. 75, 105, 202 
Hayes, John L. 310 



Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 84 
Hayes, Philip 238 
Heany, Patricia M. 293 
Heaton, Judith E. 293 
Hebert, Adrienne M. 293 
Hebert, Martha 243 
Hecht, Rev. F. Torrens, S.J., 

134 
Heidenrich, Mary Ann 204 
Hellgeth, Rich 147 
Hellwig, Thomas M. 320 
Henderson, Rev. Laurence 74, 

145 
Henneghan, Patricia 258 
Hennigar, Ron 119, 190 
Henry, Mariann A. 217, 315 
Herman, Ross C. 190, 310 
Hermanutz, Margaret 130, 134, 

293 
Hermes, Michael 218 

Herring, Bob 233 
Herrmann, Joan M. 209, 293 

Hetler, Dennis W. 331 

Hickey, Gertrude 252 

Hickey, Matthew J., Jr., 76 

Hickland, Tom 225 

Hilding, Owen 255 

Hilliker, Donald S. 293 

Hinderscheid, M. Jean 200, 
204, 315 

Hines, Charles M. 76 

Hinman, Lawrence M. 294 

Hippler, Margaret M. 294 

Hirschauer, Bill 207 

Hirt, Bill 147 

Hirt, Fred 147 

Hitzelberger, Paul W. 125. 
126, 310 

Hjelm, Ken 255 

Hobart, Edward D., 320 

Hodkowski, Ted 198 

Hogan, Bill 198, 199 

Hogan, James J. 294 

Holley, Wilbur L. 320 

Homan. Elizabeth A. 27, 161, 
204, 315 

Hoover, Bob 230 

Hope, Gerry 224, 255 

Hopfner, Daniel 244 
Hoppenjans, Lynda 204 
Hora, David M. 320 
Horlick, Ronald G. 294 
Horn, Jim 191, 203 

Homing, Edwina C. 294 



349 



Hostert, George A., Jr. 94 
Huarisa, John B. 76 
Hubrich, Ronald L, 125, 126, 
310 

Huebner, Mary Kay 315 

Hullinger, Susan 212 

Hummert, Dr. Paul A. 260 

Hunt, Ed 270 

Hurst, J. Earl 326 

Hurtubise, Rev. Mark F., S.J., 
242 

Hynes, Jim 190 

Iacco, John 211 

Iacuzzi, Anthony L. 294 

Ingram, Dean W. 326 

Insull, Samuel, Jr. 76 

Ireland, Ceorge 46 

Ireland, John F., Jr. 326 

Irvin, Sue 221 

Ivan, Joan K. 294 

Ivancie, Claudette 129 

Iwashko, Maria 294 

Izzo, Rich 188 

Jachinski, Jan 196 

Jackson, James E. 310 

Jacob, George J. 311 

Jacobs, Jim 194 

Jacobs, Tom 190 

Jagiello, Joe 152 

Jakal, Arnold 251 

Jakob, Edward W. 311 

Jakob, Joan 124 

James, Robert 232 

Janco, Phyllis A. 316 

Janet, Sr. M., C. S.F.N. 316 

Janiga, Daniel M. 215, 294 

Janovsky, Charles 149 

Janulaitis, Vic 85, 222 

Janus, Joyce A. 320 

Jarmoc, Max 118 

Jaske, Alice 112 

Javor, Bernadette M. 294 

Jeanne, Sr. M., C.S.F.N. 316 

Jelso, Damian J. 232, 326 

Jendrusiak, Stanley G. 294 

Jenkins, Charles M., Jr. 210, 

218, 294 
Johns, Jack T. 320 
Johnson, Nan 213, 214 
Johnson, Phil 232 
Jones, Owen Barton 77 
Jordan, Dick 129, 262 
Jordan, James J. 320 



Jordan, Lorry 204 

Joyce, Mary L. 294 

Joyce, Robert E. 77 

Judy, Kenneth L. 320 

Juraszewski, Florence M. 294 

Juskevich, Barbara 130 

Kalaskie, Mary Helen 221 

Kaman, Frank 173 

Kamvkowski, Edward A. 150, 
294 

Kane, Mary Ann 189, 193, 
294 

Kane, Robert 173, 326 

Kania, Ken 241 

Kapina, John 203 

Kapke, Gary 123 

Kaplan, Allen M. 320 

Kappes, Roberta 212 

Kapshull, Janice 129 

Kargol, Alexander J. 295 

Karos, Connie C. 209, 247, 
295 

Karr, Bob 207 

Karvel, Roger J. 295 

Katz, Allan 255 

Kauss, Bob 119 
Kave, Dennis 241 
Kawane, Don 232 
Kazan, Robert 149 
Keane, Martin J. 295 
Kearney, Paul L. 195, 331 
Keating, Arthur 77 
Keenan, William M. 311 
Keeney, Al 219 
Kehl, Roberta E. 216, 316 
Kehoe, Sandra A. 295 
Kellstadt, Charles H. 77, 87 
Kelly, Cheryl 196 
Kelly, Ginny 209 
Kelly, Rosaleen 204 
Kemmer, Randolph 224 
Kenneavy, Steve 202 
Kennedy, Dick 199, 229 
Kennedy, Kathy 213 
Kennedy, Dr. Thomas M. 114 
Kennedy, Tom 206 
Kepner, Robert W. 123, 311 
Kerins, Thomas 295 
Kerschner, Richard 219, 255 
Kerwin, Charles C. 76, 87 
Keser, Jacqueline 221 
Kesteloot, James M. 295 
Kevin, James P. 195, 332 



Kezon, Pete 218, 219 

Khoury, Dennis 231 

Kiefs, Thomas E. 321 

Kieta, Den 215 

Killean, James E. 321 

Kiniery, Miss Gladys 75, 156 

Kiniery, Dr. Paul 110 

Kinney, Ken 224 

Kirk, Marcella M. 295 

Kirsch, Robert 126 

Kizurek, Bill 211 

Kledzik, Gregory E. 173 

Klees, Judy 204, 217 

Klein, Jim 219 

Klenda, Dr. Harry M. 27 

Klikun, Judy 221 

Klimas, Ronald 132 

Kloba, Joseph A. 241, 295 

Kloba, Ken 241 

Klocko, Eileen 246 

Klos, Carolyn 129 

Klunder, Pat 199 
Knes, Carol J. 209, 295 
Knorst, Janice 247 
Kobel, Linda 192, 214 
Koch, Richard M. 123, 311 
Koemer, Frank 225 
Kolanowski, Marilyn 222 
Kolasa, Arlene 193 
Konrad, Carolyn 249 
Kopicri, Ken 148 
Koprowski, Miss Elaine 208, 

240 
Korbakis, John P. 326 
Korchinski, Vernard S. 117 
Korshak, Sidney R. 77 
Kosel, Alfred C. 326 
Koski, Kirk 219 
Kostel, Thomas 119, 126, 311 
Kostus, Sandra L. 316 
Koutiel, George B. 295 
Kowalski, Cindy 212 
Kozikoski, Gene M. 125, 126, 

131 
Kozlowski, Barbara 238, 246 
Kramer, Tom 210 
Krance, Robert A. 295 
Krejci, David C. 295 
Kretch, Mike 224 
Krueger, Tom 215 
Kreuser, Mrs. Irene 92, 124 
Kreuser, Juliana 295 
Kreutzjans, Hank 198, 199 



Kristopaitis, Ray 258 
Krivis, Joseph E. 218, 295 
Krivis, Judy 212, 258, 259 
Krol, Andrea 213 
Krolikowski, Rev. Walter P., 

S.J., 27, 74, 75, 143 
Krop, Robert W. 332 
Krueger, Robert 244 
Krueger, Tom 215 
Kruger, Marvin J. 332 
Kruit, Shirley 221 
Krukones, Michael G. 296 
Krzyzek, Phyllis 196, 296 
Ksiazek, Tom 218 
Kuehn, Robert J. 296 
Kujawa, Jody 124 
Kulovitz, Bernadette M. 296 
Kulpa, Jerry 188 
Kunich, Michael 22 
Kunke, Liz 149, 241 
Kupst, Mary Jo 189, 193 
Kurtz, Arnieta 204 
Kurtz, Curtis G. 321 
Kusek, Ed 184 
Kush, Mike 233 
Kutza, Elizabeth A. 209, 296 
Kvasnicka, Katherine L. 296 
Kwacala, Larry 225 
LaChance, Cecile C. 296 
Lachman, Harold 87 
Lacis, Vicky 146 
Ladone, Joseph 232 
Lamas, Joe 152, 222, 223, 296 
Lagoski, Richard J. 296 
Lamendella, Justine 251 
Lammert, Jeanne 220, 269 
Lang, Rich 222, 223 
Lantemian, Joseph B. 77 
Lapinski, Kathy 221 
Laskay, Thomas E. 321 
Laskowski, Rich 203 
Lattyak, Jerry 203 
Laubhan, Dave 210 
Lauduskie, Ed 126 
Laura, Sr. M., O.S.F. 316 
Lauth, Dennis 233 
Lavelle, Michael T. 321 
Lavin, Bill 218, 219 
Lavin, Mike 206 
Lawlor, Frank 61 
Lawlor, Jeanne T. 296 
Lazar, Robert J. 296 
Leach, Dave 121 



350 



Lehman, Elizabeth 316 
Lehman, Posie 209 
Leibowitz, Bette 262 
Leibowitz, Saul 263 
Lejeck, George E. 126, 311 
Leksander, Alan 119 
Lemancik, Robert J. 311 
Le Mire, Ed 173, 232 
Lenkart, Thomas A. 296 
Lenz, Roberta 208 
Leonard, Arthur T. 77 
Leonard, Terrence E. 332 
Leonardi, Mary Ann 258, 259 
Lescher, Peggy 161, 212 
Leuer, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 84 
Lewickey, Marge 208 
Lewis, Mrs. Frank J. 77, 78, 

87 
Lewis, Jim 230 
Lewis, John R. 87 
Leybourne, Anne 221 
Lezon, Thomas W. 296 
Libera, Jerome J. 232, 327 
Liebman, Morris I. 86 
Lietz, Dr. Paul S. 135 
Lillig, Laurence M. 296 
Lindeman, James 195 
Lindl, Dorothy 222 
Lineck, Kristine 147 
Linehan, Bonnie 245 
Lipinski, John 121 
Lisack, Dennis 150 
Liscarz, Joan 208 
List, Jean M. 297 
Liska, Ruth Ann 258 
Liteau, Jim 223 
Lobo, A. Fred 266 
Locher, Bruce D. 332 
Loda, Terri M. 208, 221, 246, 

297 
Lodge, Dr. Mary P. 157 297 
Logman, Lynn 204 
Lojkovic, Paul A. 249, 297 
Lombard!, Philip J. 210, 297 
Lombardo, Priscilla T. 297 
Londos, Neal 148, 218 
Long, Richard 149 
Loredo, Anna 251 
Loreute, Rev. James, S.J. 251 
Loventhal, Bill 222 
Lowell, Susan 200 
Lubanowski, Al 210 
Luberta, Tom 211 
Lubman, Dick 233 



Luce, James P. 135, 258, 297 
Ludwig, Deborah 129 
Luka, Anastasia 249 
Lukas, Ronald 241 
Lundberg, Janice 149 
Luschek, Raenita 208, 297 
Lushnia, Thomas J. 297 
Lyke, William E. 199, 297 
Lyne, Jerry 46 
Lynn, Rita 124, 192, 252 
Lynott, James V. 232, 327 
Lyons, Lorraine 222 
Lysiak, Arthur 249 
Macaluso, Donald A. 321 
Maciejewski, Adrian B. 297 
Macievic, Anthony 129, 130 
Mack, Lee 231 
Macken, Kitty 208 
Madda, Frank 206 
Magee, Jim 210 
Maggio, Carole L. 209, 297 
Maguire, Very Rev. James F., 

S.J. 72, 74, 75 
Majcherek, Virginia 204 
Majznck, G. 251 
Mahajam, Mohindor 251 
Mahay, John J. 327 
Maher, Michael 218 
Maier, Paul A. 311 
Malanga, Sandra C. 297 
Malecki, Thomas 149 
Malinowski, Marianne 135 
Mallon, Michael T. 332 
Malloy, Rev. John C, S.J. 75, 

91 
Maloney, Anne-Maureen 240, 

246 
Maloney, Betty 222 
Maloney, Mike 123 
Mancini, Ralph J. 311 
Manley, Mike 219 
Manning, Dennis 27, 174, 327 
Manning, Lawrence 188 
Mansell, Don 188 
Manzara, Anthony 147 
Marcus, David P. 297 
Marcy, Tim 255 
Manzke, Edward T. 297 
Manzke, Mary R. 95 
Marchlewski, Bettina 204 
Marecek, James F. 147, 297 
Margaret Mary, Sr., D.S.M.P. 

316 







351 




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352T 



Leahy, Bill 198 

Leahy, Michael 22, 130, 134, 

262, 296 
Le Blanc, Miss Mariette 75, 

93 

Lee, James A. 321 

Le Febre, Martha 131, 196, 
214 

Mariella, Dr. Raymond 146 
Maring, Rich 215 
Marion, Sr. M., C.S.F.N. 316 
Marmoll, Mary 213 
Marrella, Bob 190 
Marrese, Rocco A. 321 
Marrin, Thomas P. 311 
Marriott, Mary 298 
Marshall, Pat 204 
Marsico, Frank 229 
Martin, Adele 209 
Martin, Judy 208 
Martinelli, Diane 196 
Martinkovic, Dorothy 129 
Masters, Allan W. 332 
Mategrano, Albert, Jr. 327 
Mateja, Chester A. 321 
Matheu, Frank 218, 219 
Mathys, Mary A. 189, 208, 

298 
Matre, Dr. Richard 110 
Mattern, Robert \V. 298 
Mattingly, Tom 225 
Mattis, Richard C. 298 
Matula, Joanne L. 151, 298 
May, Jerry 190 
May, Phil 119, 191, 202 
Mayer, Frank D. 86 
McArdle, Sharon A. 298 
McCabe, James 27 
McCaffree, Sallie 204, 209 
McCaffery, John L. 77 
McCann, Miss Elizabeth A. 
75, 95 

McCann, Mike 225 
McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. J. 84 
McCarthy, Marguerite C. 184, 
298 

McCarthy, Mary A. 298 
McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. M. 84 
McCartie, Tad 199 
McCauslin, Mary Anne 216 
McClay, Mary Beth 149, 208 
McCloskey, Dean Harry L. 75, 
93 



McCormick, Maureen 189, 208 
McCue, B. James 95 
McCutchen, Thomas C. 298 
McDermott, Marie 196 
McDonald, Jean 216, 217 
McDonald, George G. 298 
McDonald, Mary Jo 213 
McDonald, William 252 
McDonaugh, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 

84 
McDonnell, Bill 206 
McDonnell, Peggy 196 
McGary, Sandy 192 
McGinn, Ed 230, 249 
McGoldrick, Karen 253, 298 
McGoorty, John P. 86 
McGovern, Tom 191, 215 
McGrath, William 229 
McGuire, Lambert 131 
McGuire, Nancy J. 298 
McHugh, Rosemary E. 208, 

298 
McKenna, Dennis 47 
McKillup, Brian 207 
McLaughlin, James F. 332 
McNelly, Belkis M. 251, 298 
McNelly, Judith R. 298 
McLaughlin, Thomas P. 332 
McNulty, Margaret C. 299 
McPartlin, Mary Louise 113 
McShane, Denny 22, 267 
Meares, Ginger 184, 189, 200 
Meder, Thomas W. 211, 299 
Medick, Judy 209 
Meers, Henry W. 82 
Meier, Dr. Robert A. 120, 125 
Meinardus, Paul 211 
Mellskog, John W. 299 
Melvin, Jacqueline M. 299 
Melvin, Jan 244 
Mendygral, Carol D. 316 
Menezes, Jerome 251 
Menis, Valentino 184 
Mentag, Rev. John, S.J. 74 
Merenda, Teresa 221 
Merrion, Joseph E. 77, 87 
Merwick, Pat 149, 208, 222 
Meske, Douglas 229 
Metzler, Mary Ellen 245 
Meyer, Donald G. 123 
Meyers, Jack 206 
Micetich, Kenneth 149 



Michaels, Kay 204 

Michaels, Thomas 150, 255 

188, 311 
Michels, Roger L. 23, 119, 
Michno, Dennis 255 
Micka, John F. 327 
Middleton, John 238 
Mihm, Larry 215 
Mikulski, Ann 221 
Milakorich, John 126 
Milazzo, Frank A. 311 
Milkowski, Mary Anne 258 
Miller, Craig A. 211, 299 
Miller, Rochelle D. 299 
Miller, Susan 246 
Milos, Dean 252 
Milos, Wayne 173, 174 
Minarcik, John 224 
Mines, Harvey R. 229 
Mini, Janet 69 
Mirabile, Jim 194 
Mitchell, Dennis 229 
Mitchell, John 215 
Mitchell, Sarah E. 299 
Mize, Rita 241 
Mlinarcik, Sandy 212 
Mogilnitsky, Dr. Theodosi A. 

119 
Mokelke, Mike 203 
Molenda, Francis A. 299 
Molidor, Stephen J. 136, 299 
Mollsen, Clifford M. 327 
Moloney, William P. 94 
Monaco, Stephen A. 125, 311 
Monahan, Edward T. 299 
Montague, Rev. Michael, S.J. 

177 

Montalbano, Catherine 258, 

259, 299 
Montana, Jim 225 
Montfordi, Miss Harriet 200 
Mooney, Denny 207 
Mooney, Ed 224, 225 
Moore, Mignon 196 
Moran, David A. 238, 299 
Morin, Marty 230 
Moron, Dorothy 184 
Morris, Robert 132 
Morris, William C. 133, 238 
Morrison, Jim 223 
Morrissette, Marie 192 
Morrow, Greg 219 
Morrow, John 119 



Morse, Stephen R. 321 
Mortaro, Richard 229 
Moses, Ron 191, 224, 225 
Mosley, Harry 255 
Moss, Herb 218 
Moss, Paul G. 190, 311 
Mosse, Myra S. 299 
Mosse, Peter 234 
Mostek, Diane 204, 241, 246 
Motluck, Irv 112, 194 
Mott, William J. 327 
Motto, George S. 321 
Motto, Mary Kay 151, 208, 

246 
Mueller, Noreen 200 
Muldoon, Marilynn 222 
Mullady, Walter F. 77, 82 
Mulligan, Rev. Robert W., S.J., 

73, 74, 75, 134 
Mulqueenev, Eileen N. 216, 

217, 316 
Munch, Roxanne 221 
Mundy, Dr. Paul 133 
Munro, Thomas J. 119, 311 
Muranyi, Julie 245 
Murawski, Joseph D. 299 
Muro, John 206 
Murphy, Bob 206 
Murphv, Lt. Col. Charles E. 

153 ' 
Murphy, John E. 258, 327 
Murphy, Joseph M. 300 
Murphy, Mary 241 
Murphy, Terence J. 327 
Murphy, Thomas E. 300 
Murray, James T. 332 
Murray, Reg 225 
Murray, Rev. Robert, S.J. 176 
Muskus, Greg 219 
Mysyk, Noreen 213 
Nahnsen, Carol 248 
Naik, Rev. Gregory, S.J. 229 
Xaleway, Conrad 147 
Namovicz, Bernard 194 
Naramatsu, Kei 211 
Nasca, Vincent P. 300 
Nash, Mary C. 300 
Nash, Phil 206 
Natale, Mary 216 
Natkin, Ian 222, 223 
Navarro, Tina 245 
Negele, Hilary 210 
Neitenbach, Nancy 196 



353 



Neihart, Frank K. 196 
Nekola, Mary V. 300 
Nelluvelil, Joseph 251 
Nelson, Todd S. 300 
Nemchock, Cathy 131 
Nestor, Maryline 208 
Neu, Jeanne 161, 204 
Nicholas, John 118 
Nichols, Judy 212 
Nichols, Roy J. 123, 311 
Nicholson, Leona 214, 222 
Niedhart, Frank 106 
Niedherst, Mary Beth 196 
Niehoff, Mrs. Conrad E. 77, 

87 
Niekrasz, Mark 198 
Nielsen, Mary 209 
Nissen, Roger 231 
Nocek, Patricia A. 316 
Noe, Judy 221 
Noeller, Helga 192 
Nolan, Greg 229, 252 
Nomura, Abe M. 321 
Norek, Marilyn D. 200, 300 
Notaro, Michael R. 87 
Novotney, Bob 231 
Nowak, Edna 130, 300 
Nuzzo, Bro. Richard A., S.S.V. 
Obert, Betty 204, 217 
O'Brien, Bill 206 
O'Brien, Don 206 
O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis 84 
O'Brien, Meg 196 
O'Byme, Stuart A. 132, 136, 

300 
O'Callaghan, Tom 206 
Ocher, Diann J. 300 
O'Connell, Leo 255 
O'Connell, Mary Margaret 

130, 249, 270 
O'Connor, Alan P. 311 
O'Connor, Jim 199 
O'Donnell, Jorie 196 
Oehlberg, Bob 206 
O'Gallagher, Jim 211 
Ogurek, Thomas A. 125, 126, 

312 
O'Halloran, Jim 252, 255 
O'Halloran, Mary Beth 255 
O'Hara, Mary Ann 247, 300 
O'Hayer, Patrick 135 
Ohlhaber, Thomas R. 150, 

300 



O'Keefe, John F. 77 
O'Kefe, Friar Sebastian, OFM 

Conv. 241 
Oliver, Candace J. 300 
Olko, Bob 231 
Olson, Dennis 173, 174, 327 
Olson, James T. 300 
Olson, Mary 243 
Olson, Wayne D. 327 
O'Malley, John 232 
O'Meara, Norton F. 27 
O'Meara, Susan C. 332 
Omvig, James H. 332 
O'Neil, Mary Lynn 209 
O'Neill, Paul 222 
O'Neill, Robert H. 258, 300 
Opiela, Paul 199 
O'Rourke, James M. 260, 300 
O'Rourke, Thomas B. 300 
Ortenzo, George A. 300 
Ortiz, M. 251 
Osborne, Pamela 212 
O'Shea, Bonnie P. 300 
Ostap, Kathy 255 
Ostrenga, Mary Ann 222 
Osuch, Jerome T. 258, 259, 

300 
Ottlinger, Charles W. 312 
Otto, Michele 222 
Owcharik, Walter 207 

Pabich, George J. 300 
Pacanowski, Geraldine M. 209, 

300 
Pacer, Andrea 135, 209 
Pachankis, Johanne 243, 247 
Padula, Michael 120 
Page, Jack 252 
Pallasch, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard 

84 
Pancerz, Dr. Helen 114 
Panfil, Sharon C. 301 
Parkash, Malik 251 
Parker, Mr. & Mrs. Walter 84 
Parkinson, Richard 121 
Parowski, Jean 204 
Parilli, Carla K. 301 
Pater, Joe 194 
Paterkiewicz, Gerrie 136, 246 
Pauline Ruth, Sr., D.S.M.P. 316 
Pawlicki, Ron 258 
Pawlowski, Eileen T. 301 
Pawlowski, Richard F. 321 
Pazden, Paul 206 



Pefley, Janine C. 301 
Pelczyk, Rita 131 
Pellechia, Chres 230 
Perez, Alberto I. 120 
Perez, Ricardo 190 
Perkins, Donald 119 
Perkins, Judy 212 
Perko, Phyllis 252 
Perkovich, David 238 
Peterek, Janet 208 
Peters, Mary C. 321 
Peters, Rev. Walter P., S.J., 

148 
Petersen, Judith A. 189, 216, 

316 
Petik, Romy 241 
Petit, Paul 206, 229 
Petrosa, Mr. Bernard 151 
Petrando, William E. 321 
Petravitch, Raynold 258 
Petrlik, Rich 255 
Petrole, Dawn 184 
Phelan, Mr. & Mrs. Michael 84 
Phelan, Thomas J. 301 
Phillips, Gerry 218 
Phillips, Pam 209 
Piala, Jim 207 
Piconi, John R. 322 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 84 
Pierce, William J. 198, 199, 

301 
Pieroni, Nick 173, 327 
Pieschala, Joyce 193 
Pietrucha, Connie 246 
Pijanowski, Ray 129 
Pionke, John 188 
Pipitone, Andrew W. 301 
Pisano, Jerry 210 
Pisano, Mike 203 
Piskarski, Alfred 244 
Pitt, Princilla J. 301 
Planutis, Tina 204 
Plocinski, Arlene 193 
Pluta, Don 203 
Poblocki, Bob 231 
Pochopien, Don 224 
Podgorski, Lawrence P. 301 
Polasek, Sally 129 
Polk, Chris 136 
Pollak, Michael E. 332 
Pond, Arlene A. 301 
Pond, Twani 196 
Poninski, John 251 



Pope, Louise 209 
Popek, Karen A. 301 
Poprawski, Emil F. 190, 312 
Poremski, Marcia A. 316 
Poremski, Mary Kay 161 
Porter, Judy 222 
Postawa, Ronald J. 301 
Poteraske, John F. 312 
Powell, Ron 232 
Power, John 211 
Powers, Bill 211 
Pozdol, Richard J. 333 
Pradzinski, Marcia 212, 213 
Pratt, Charles 249 
Prebis, Jim 188 
Prepur, Wayne 211 
Principe, Bemardine 301 
Prindiville, Frank G. 301 
Printen, Donna 252 
Procyk, Margaret 174 
Prunskis, Terry 258 
Przybyla, Ron 147 
Przybylski, Ron 210 
Przywara, Barb 192 
Pucilo, Joann 192, 196 
Pullam, Mary Therese 124 
Purcell, Catherine 27 
Purcell, Tom 223 
Prek, Bill 210 
Quas, Vincent J. 327 
Quevillon, Bob 230 
Quinlan, Mike 207 
Quinlan, William J., Jr. 104, 

106, 195, 333 
Quinlisk, John J. 118, 312 
Quinn, Gracie 196 
Quinn, James A. 312 
Quinn, Terrence J. 312 
Quinn, Mr. William J. 77, 80 
Quist, Hugh J., Jr. 232, 327 
Raach, Gretchen 148, 222 
Radloff, Sharon 130, 131, 204 
Radocy, Linda 192 
Radous, Cherie 136 
Radzik, Patricia A. 208, 301 
Ramirez, Jan 242 
Ramljak, Frank 190 
Randall, William A. 328 
Randick, Rich 198 
Rangel, Vince 123, 190, 255 
Rankin, Jim 231 
Rankl, Carl R. 322 
Rapp, John 252 



354 



Redmond, Rita 131, 196, 214, 
247, 255 

Redock, Linda 196 

Reese, Judy 152, 189, 209 

Regan, Thomas P. 302 

Reilly, Joyce E. 302 

Reilly, Kathleen 204, 317 

Reinert, Thomas W. 302 

Reisa, James J., Jr. 302 

Reisel, Dr. Robert B. 151 

Reisinger, Mike 219 

Renk, Melanie M. 302 

Repel, Thomas 190 

Restarsky, Fred 224 

Reter, Ron 215 

Rettenberger, Lora E. 184, 302 

Retterer, John 136 

Rezac, Frank 218, 219 

Rezler, Dr. Julius 107 

Riccio, Terry 118 
Rich, William B. 169 
Richard, Sister Mary 114 
Richardson, Steve 202 
Richer, Mike 206 
Richter, Eunice B. 302 
Riddiford, Penny A. 302 
Riley, Ross M. 302 
Rinella, Salvador, A. 322 
Rink, Paul 22 
Ripperger, Al 218 
Riordan, Maureen 209 
Rippo, Anthony J. 322 
Ritscherle, Joseph C. 322 
Ritterhoff, Eric J. 322 
Rittle, Pat 266 
Rizman, Jack 328 
Roach, Martin F. 322 
Roach, William L. 302 
Roberts, Kenneth E. 333 
Roberts, Rich 258 
Roche, Mary J. 302 
Rocks, Loretta M. 317 
Rodde, Robert E. 302 
Rodman, Rev. Hugh B., S.J. 

128 
Roehm, Dana 192 
Rogan, Robert 188 
Rohrer, Gerald T. 104, 106, 

333 
Rogers, Judy A. 216, 317 
Rokos, Bob 232 
Rokosz, Ronald E. 132, 302 
Roll, Rev. J. Donald, S.J., 150 




355 




188, 312 
303 



202, 303 



229 



312 



Roll, Lynn 214, 221 

Ronan, Rev. Charles, S.J., 229 

Roney, Anne L. 216, 217, 317 

Rooney, George A. 27 

Ross, Kenneth A. 312 

Ross, Vincent L. 322 

Rossate, Jack J. 188, 312 

Rossi, Raymond 150 

Rossi, Vince 173 

Roti, Thomas 132 

Roy, Joe 206 

Rubinic, John 255 

Rudin, Dan 173 

Rudis, Vandy 209 

Ruffolo, Eugene C. 

Ruffolo, John J., Jr. 

Rugai, Ado L. 303 

Rusenas, Irena 222 

Russell, Edward J. 

Rust, Janet 212 

Rutkowski, Lenard 

Ryan, Neil 190 

Rybandt, Ronald F. 

Saalfeld, Alan J. 303 

Saems, Rosemary 245 

Saigh, Bob 210 

Saldanha, Peter 251 

Salika, Leonard 218 

Salitore, Jim 203 

Salzmann, Marvin J. 322 

Samples, Edward 174 

Sanders, Thomas R. 94 

Sass, David 132 

Sassen, James W. 94 

Saunders, Dick 232 

Sawczyn, Lydia 222 

Sawicki, Bob 148 

Scalise, Ann M. 196, 303 

Schaefer, Pat 251 

Schager, Susan 196, 303 

Schell, Paul L. 322 

Scherb, Louis H. 333 

Schildgen, James E. 312 

Schiro, Chris Ann 149, 192 

Schmidt, Frank 147 

Schmidt, Gregory L. 333 

Schmidt, Robert P. 

Schmidt, Tom 118, 

Schmitt, Milton G. 

Schmitt, William M. 

Schmitz, William G. 

Schmucker, Pat 198 



303 
188 
322 
210, 

322 



303 



356 



Rapp, Rosemary T. 302 
Rapp, William K. 302 
Rasane, Ray 150 
Rasmusen, Linda 222 
Rayner, Faith E. 317 
Read, Jane 204 
Reda, Philomena 196, 255 
Redmond, Kevin 203 
Schoen, Dr. William 75, 170 
Sehoenbaum, Dr. Matthews 75 
108 

Schoenhofen, Leon H. 87 
Schotz, Eileen L. 303 
Schreiber, John 118, 187, 188 
Schreiber, Ron 225 
Schretter, Alice M. 303 
Schroeder, Bill 241 
Schudel, Fred 224, 252 
Schuett, Pat 213 
Schultz, Arthur F. 303 
Schumaek, Edward J. 322 
Schumaek, Stephen M. 322 
Schumtzer, Ronald P. 322 
Schuhrke, Noreen 196, 255 
Schuhrke, Terry 231 
Schwaner, Bob 206, 229 
Schwartz, Rich 219 
Schwarz, Mike 211 
Schwind, Bill 202 
Schwind, Buddy 193 
Schwitz, Barbara 255 
Scigalski, Bob 198, 199 
Scor, Vijuna H. 303 
Scott, Rodger K. 199, 312 
Scudella, Joanne 222 
Scully, Dave 198, 199 
Seales, James 312 
Searles, Robert A. 328 
Sebastian, Patricia 149 
Sedivy, Robert 255 
Seeberger, Joseph C. 303 
Segal, Jack L. 323 
Self ridge, Dr. Frederick M. 165 
Seiko, Robert P. 118, 184, 

280, 312 
Sella, Enzo 323 
Senica, William B. 323 
Sensor, George 206 
Sertich, Joyce A. 303 
Server, Richard E. 312 
Setka, Bob 255 
Shafer, Denny 207, 280 
Shapiro, Sheldon 174, 328 



Sharelis, William C. 323 
Sheehan, Dennis M. 258, 259, 

303 
Sheehan, Dr. John F. 73, 75, 

164 
Sheehan, Mary 189, 216, 217 
Sheehan, Robert R. 195, 333 
Sheehan, Thomas D. 303 
Sheehy, Kathleen A. 304 
Sheridan, Marilyn 221 
Sherry, Bill 121 
Shigley, Elaine C. 304 
Shim, Loreli 124 
Shine, Don 104, 106 
Shore, Scott 173, 328 
Shrader, Joe 188 
Shubalis, Tom 218 
Sicks, Don 206 
Siemaszko, Maria 251 
Sikorski, Dick 206, 207 
Sill, Vincent D. 77 
Simon, Lenard R. 323 
Simons, Virgil H. 313 
Singer, Herbert J. 333 
Sipka, Cleo 213, 304 
Sisul, John 199 
Sjostrom, Joseph 152, 249 
Skowronek, Christine 192 
Skuble, Dean 173, 328 
Slipetz, Darlene 129 
Sloboda, Carol 246 
Slocumb, Frank 191, 215 
Slominski, Miss Leona 93 
Slomka, Pat 245 
Small, Rev. Joseph F., S.J. 93, 

133 
Smentek, Kenneth J. 304 
Smialek, Kathy 209 
Smietana, Diane 243 
Smith, Charles 244 
Smith, Ellen 222 
Smith, Fran 246 
Smith, George C. 304 
Smith, Gerald J. 136, 304 
Smith, John F., Jr. 77, 87 
Smith, Leon 129, 203 
Smith, Maureen 221 
Smith, Pat 192 
Smith, Richard 211 
Smith, Robert A. 304 
Smith, Ted 255 
Smith, Tom 2.31 
Smith, Valerie 222 



Smoluch, Clifford J. 304 . 
Smoron, Noel 240, 258 
Snite, Fred B. 87 
Sobanski, Ginny 204, 243 
Sochor, Rosemarie 200, 304 
Solhkah, George 328 
Sommer, Joanne 241 
Sommerfield, Louis 328 
Sowinski, Diana M. 304 
Specht, Fred W. 77, 87 

Specht, Jacqueline 161, 204, 

317 
Spengler, Bruce 22 
Sroka, Joan E. 304 
Stacknik, Craig L. 304 
Stala, Melody 209, 222, 247 
Stamm, Dr. Richard 174, 232 
Stanfa, Peter N. 304 
Stanton, Sharon 196 
Stanitz, John 190 
Stachura, Lou 215 
Steber, Clarence 87 
Steinbrecher, Miss Joan 93, 

189 
Steiner, Penny 209 
Sterling, Lou 217 
Stevenson, John 225 
Steward, Debbie 221 
Stilwagen, Mary Margaret 246 
Stitzer, Carol A. 304 
Stockey, Larry 215 
Stone, W. Clement 87 
Stoops, Judy 222 
Stopak, Stephanie 200 
Stopka, John 203 
Storto, Joseph P. 190, 313 
Stover, Geoffrey V. 305 
Straun, Billie 213 
Streck, Lud 118, 188 
Streiff, John 232 
Strezewski, Raymond W. 305 
Strimas, Carl A. 305 
Strobel, Jack A. 333 
Stromm, Larry 223 
Stuhlmiller, Francis M. 95 
Stunyo, George 219 
Suhar, Roger T., Jr. 104, 106. 

333 
Sullivan, Bolton 77 
Sullivan, Diane 245 
Sullivan, Ed 241 
Sullivan, George P. 185, 266, 

280, 305 



Sullivan, Mike 233 
Sullivan, Robert C. 323 
Sullivan, Ronald 173 
Sullivan, Sue 204, 216 
Sundberg, Elizabeth A. 119, 
124, 313 

Sundstrom, Karl 222, 223 
Sutkowski, Joanne 208 
Svalina, Steven J. 328 
Svihla, Beatrice 191 
Svoboda, Jini 258 
Swiatek, Jim 149 
Swick, Myra 124, 126 
Szczupla, Karen 251 
Szold, Carolee 209 
Taendler, Frank 199 
Takacs, Phillip L. 61, 305 
Takenishi, Elmer E. 232, 328 
Talano, Catherine M. 208, 

221, 267, 305 
Talbot, Kent D. 333 
Talkin, Rev. Ralph, S.J. 229 
Talso, Cassandra 212 
Talso, Jennifer 213, 214 
Tammen, Vicki 161, 184,-216, 

317 
Tamosiusnas, John 305 
Tannyhill, Mike 232 
Tannyhill, William M. 328 
Tansey, Barbara 222 
Tarbara, Jeanne 196 

Tarr, Jeffery 27, 112, 194 

Tate, Ronald 132, 244 

Testa, Joseph A. 323 

Thegze, Mary Kay 161, 204, 
216 

Theis, William 240 

Theis, John 238 

Theile, Wally 61 

Thillens, Mel 202 

Thomas, David H. 305 

Thomas, Jerome F. 305 

Thomas, Pat 249 

Thomason, Charles 135 

Thompson, Lynda 192 

Thompson, T. M. 77 

Thorson, Reuben 77 

Tiechner, Cynthia J. 200, 247. 
305 

Tiernan, Man' F. 305 

Tillman, Peggy 204 

Timmons, Mike 198 

Timmons, Rick 238 



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Tiner, Lonnie W. 328 
Tipton, Patricia 129, 243 
Tisehler, Chris 123, 124 
Todd, Bill 215 
Tomal, Ann M. 204, 317 
Tomaszkiewicz, Cis 196 
Tomaszkiewicz, Robert 333 
Tomich, Paul 149 
Tomsic, Jo-Ellen 238, 252 
Topa, Edward J., Jr. 305 
Tortorello, Terry 161 
Tosto, John 93 
Tough, Beverly 208 
Touhill, Kathleen J. 305 
Touney, Lois E. 209, 305 
Towerton, Richard L. 328 
Trabert, Kenneth 173 
Tracy, Ronald 173 
Tracey, James 243, 249 
Tracy, Sue E. 317 

129 
Tracy, Rev. Theodore J., S.J. 29 
Travis, Anthony 135 
Traylor, Mr. Charles 255 
Treiber, Jaanette 212 
Trimble, Susan A. 189, 193, 

317 
Trischmann, Edward W. 151, 

265 
Trop, Dorothy M. 305 
Troyke, Sylvia 305 
Trudeau, Bob 207 
Truedson, Sharon 221 
Trumfio, Dominic 173, 174, 

328 
Trzupek, Eugene W. 132, 305 
Tucker, Bertie 222 
Tunney, Margaret M. 305 
Turek, Dorothv 148, 184, 222, 

246, 253, 306 
Turner, Nancy M. 306 
Turner, Roger J. 123, 313 
Tummire, Bruce 249 
Tuzzolino, Gerald 126 
Tyler, Lawrence J. 306 
Tyler, Thomas C. 27, 323 
Ulbrick, Rick 202 
Ulrich, Dennis P. 306 
Usyak, Kenneth E. 306 
Vaclavik, June 212 
Vahey, Jim 188, 191 
Vainikos, Pete 218 
Valaitis, Paula 151, 193, 246 
Van Cura, Joseph E. 328 
Van Gorkom, Jerome W. 77 
Van Leaven, Laura 216 



Van Lines, Baskin 307 
Van Vaerenbergh, Mary 246 
Van Werst, Richard H. 329 
Varda, John M. 313 
Veague, Sherrie 212, 258 
Velez, Ida 192 
Velez, Olga A. 214, 222, 306 
Ventresca, Mimi 213, 214 
Verber, Richard W. 306 
Vertenten, James A. 313 
Vidoloff, John C. 323 
Vielmayer, Theresea C. 134, 

306 
Viksna, Silvia 124 
Vilser, Carole A. 306 
Vitu, Ed 251 
Vlach, John C. 210, 306 
Vlahos, Mary K. 306 
Vlchek, Joseph 149 
Volpetti, George 230 
Voltolina, Eugene J. 323 
Vondran, James M. 306 
Von Kaenel, Rev. George, S.J., 

91 
Von Pritschyns, Detlev 207, 

269 
Vrastic, James P. 329 
Vrtis, Charles S. 77 
Wactor, Harold 132 
Wadas, Kenne 206 
Waddy, Clifford 129 
Wade, Norene 123, 124 
Waden, George J. 123, 313 
Waidzunnas, John 215 
Walczak, J. Lee 306 
Waldronfi John J. 86 
Walker, Dr. Ronald E. 136 
Walsh, Denis 184 
Walsh, Ed 121, 190 
Walsh, Joseph A. 252, 281, 306 
Walsh, Rev. Joseph M., S.J. 

95 
Walsh, Terry 190 
Walsh, Timothy A. 121, 313 
Walthers, JoAnn 204 
Wanat, Camille 255 
Wandel, Dr. Joseph 131 
Warady, Howard J. 329 
Ward, Elizabeth L. 306 
Ward, Mrs. Eva 220 
Ward, John I. 323 
Warneck, George 219 
Warzel, Barbara J. 307 
Washington, Barbara A. 317 
Washington, Mary 243, 246 
Wasielewski, Edward J. 307 



Waterstreet, William N. 307 
Watt, John 252 
Wayne, Barb 204 
Wayne, Eileen 216 
Webb, Marty 188 
Wcislo, Paul 215 
Wcislo, Robert J. 307 
Weber, Elizabeth 307 
Weber, Gary 207 
Weber, John J. 307 
Wegrzyn, Rich 255, 258, 259 
Weidel, Mike 104 
Weidenfeller, George L. 307 
Weiland, Jerry 66 
Weimar, Jim 224 
Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. 

85 
Weisbrod, Dennis M. 323 
Weisbrod, Mr. andl Mrs. 

Maxfield 85 
Weiss, Wendy 213 
Welch, Tom 231 
Welling, John A. 126, 313 
Werbowecky, John 252 
Werhand, July 213 
Werneth, Fred W. 307 
Wesley, Linda 213 
Westberg, Mary E. 307 
Westerowski, William 253 
Whaley, Mike 190 
Whitley, Bernard 238 
White, Edward J. 307 
White, James T. 329 
White, Jane 204 
White, Patti 204 
Whittaker, Patricia S. 323 
Wiatr, Lawrence 173, 174, 

329 
Widlowski, Jerome M. 329 
Wiedel, Michael C. 106, 184 
Wiese, Mike 202 
Wight, Ann P. 124, 313 
Wilhelmi, Dion J. 143 
Wilk, Darryl 210 
Williams, Barbara 212 
Winslow, Sudy 213 
Wiora, Fred 218 
Wirszczuk, Roman 329 
Wischhover, Alan L. 307 
Wisnieski, Louise 119, 123, 

124 
Witaszcyzyk, Sally A. 217, 317 
Witteman, George 192, 193 
Witter, Michael 147 
Witz, Allen B. 333 



Wojchiechowski, Andrew W. 

151, 307 
Wojcieszek, Shirley J. 307 
Wojcik, Teri 124, 152, 246 
Wojcik, Walter 188, 190 
Wolf, Joe 194 
Wolf, Lorraine 196 
Wolf, Paul 114 
Wolff, Dr. Joseph J. 128 
Wolkin, John 225 
Wolney, Robert M. 323 
Wolosewick, John 215 
Wondrasek, Mary H. 317 
Woods, Marjorie 148, 204, 253 
Woodward, Chuck 222, 223 
Woolf, Jay 150 
Wortner, Alesh F. 329 
Wozniak, Dr. John M. 133 
Wren, Dick 206 
Wright, Bill 229 
Wright, Lenore 212 
Wright, Raymond E. 307 
Wrobel, Joe 147 
Wrona, Leo A. 323 
Wynne, William M. 313 
Wysowski, Diane 221 
Wyzbicki, Carol 246 
Yandel, Gerry 120 
Yerks, Tony 258, 259 
Youhn, Richard A. 333 
Young Janice 204 
Young, Robert A. 211, 313 
Zabaly, Carl E. 313 
Zabinski, Rosemarie 221 
Zacher, Eugene R. 95 
Zadylak, Robert 148 
Zajaczek, Gerry 225 
Zajauskas, Dorothy A. 329 
Zanello, Virginia 129, 243 
Zarantonello, Camille L. 260, 307 
Zawacki, Terrence W. 126, 

313 
Zawilinski, Bernadette 119, 

123, 124 
Zeczycki, Leanne 221 
Ziemba, Pauline 307 
Ziemba, Sabina 213 
Zilic, Paul R. 210, 213 
Zimmerman, Tom 231 
Zimny, Leonard F. 117 
Zmudka, Victoria A. 317 
Zol, Kathy 204 
Zullo, Richard 173 
Zvetina, Dr. John A. 122 
Zwolfer, Karl 120 



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Accounting Club 126 

Alpha Delta Gamma 206 

Alpha Kappa Psi 188 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 201 

Alpha Sigma Nu 272 

Alpha Tau Delta 217 

American Chemical Society 147 

Beta Alpha Psi 125 

Blue Key 274 

Business Administration Coed Club 124 
Business Administration Council 118 

Cadence 262 

Chamberlain Hall 220 

Chardin Anthoropological Society 243 

Chess Club 255 

Circumference 276 

Coed Club 246 

Concert Choir 254 

Curtain Guild 238 

Debate Society 240 

Delaware Hall 196 

Delta Sigma Delta 233 

Delta Sigma Phi 224 

Delta Sigma Pi 190 

Economics-Finance Society 119 

Epsilon Pi Rbo 129 

Equestrian Society 257 

Fine Arts Club 260 

Gold Torch 154 

Gonzaga Hall 218 

Historical Society 135 

Human Belations Club 241 

Interfraternity Council 191 

International Students' Association 250 

Kappa Beta Gamma 192 

Knights of Columbus 242 

Loyola Hall 226 

Loyola Men 252 

Loyola NEWS 268 

Loyola Union Activities Board . 182 
Loyola Women 253 



Loyolan 264 

Marketing Club 122 

Mathematics Club 151 

Men's Rifle Team 144 

Modern Language Club 131 

Panhellenic Association 189 

PAL 84 

Phi Alpha Delta 195 

Phi Beta Pi 235 

Phi Chi 230 

Phi Kappa Theta 203 

Phi Mu 208 

Phi Sigma Tau 134 

Physics Club 150 

Pi Alpha Lambda 202 

Pi Delta Phi 130 

Psi Omega 234 

Psychology Club 137 

Readers' Circle 251 

St. Apollonia Guild 174 

Sigma Delta Phi 210 

Sigma Lambda Beta 194 

Sigma Pi 215 

Sigma Theta Tau 159 

Ski Club 250 

SAM 121 

SteblerHall 212 

Student American Dental Assn. 172 

SAL 85 

St. Joseph's Manor 204 

Student Bar Association 105 

Tau Delta Phi 222 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 198 

Theta Phi Alpha 209 

United Independents of Loyola 258 

United World Federalists 249 

Wasmann Biological Society 149 

Women's Rifle Team 245 

Xi Psi Phi 234 

Young Democrats 248 

Young Republicans 249 



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